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Asthma,
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Former foes back Powell for circuit judge seat

Sc Despite the endorsements, Terry Ketchel is
confident he'll still win the Nov. 7 general election. Mo i 1


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Former 1st Judicial Circuit candi-
dates Mike Schofield and Michael
Webster have announced that they
are endorsing judicial hopeful Dixie
Dan Powell.
In two letters sent to the Crestview
News Bulletin on Monday, both for-
mer candidates cast their support
for Powell.
Powell, a Crestview attorney, is
running against Shalimar attorney
Terry Ketchel in the race to replace
retiring judge Jere Tolton, who pre-
sides over the Circuit Court bench at


the Okaloosa County Courthouse in
Crestview. The 1st Judicial Circuit
represents Okaloosa, Walton, Santa
Rosa and Escambia counties.
The former candidates were
defeated by Ketchel and Powell in
the primary election.
Schofield, a Pensacola attorney,
was optimistic that he could influ-
ence Escambia County voters to cast
their vote of support. Schofield met
with both candidates before making
his decision.
"I'm impressed with his trial
, record, primarily," he said of Powell.
"I know that Mr. Powell has beeinin
the trenches in state court as well as


SCHOFIELD WEBSTER
federal court.
"He's tried cases in front of the
very kind of judge that he wants to
be."
Ketchel, who gained voter recog-
nition by running for Congress in
1990 and 1992, secured 31 percent of
the votes in the four-county district.
Powell received 28 percent of the
See JUDGE, page 5A


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Crestview attorney Dixie Dan Powell has received endorsements from"
two former candidates in the race for 1st Judicial Circuit Court judge.,


Honoring a fallen hero


Ken Nielsen/ ne News Bulletin
Terry Weimortz center is presented a plaque honoring his son, CpL David Gardner Weimortz, 28, by Bill Everett, president of Chapter 566 of
The Military Order of the Purple Heart. Cpl. Weimortz was killed August 26, 2006, by an improvised explosive device while on patrol in Iraq. A
photograph of Cpl. Weimortz rest on the table behind Everett. Also in the photo is Weimortz' stepmother, Carol.

Weimortz family presented Purple Heart memorial plaque


John Parrott .
News Bulletin Military Reporter


The sky grew ominously dark as
Crestview residents Terry and
Carol Weimortz remembered their
son David. They stood in front of
Okaloosa County Veterans
Memorial and- reflected on the
priceless moments they'd had with
him from infancy to manhood. And
now they stood in longing sorrow
for the son who had given his all for


his country.
"David was a good kid, and
never gave us a moment's prob-
lem," said his father. "He didn't
join the Marine Corps until he was
25, but he immediately found his
niche, and loved the Marines and
loved doing what he did."
A university of South Carolina
graduate, and corporal in the
United States Marine Corps, David
was killed in action in Iraq on July
9, 2006, a month into his second


Moments before heavy rain fell,
Crestview mayor George
Whitehurst reminded those in
attendance why they had assem-
bled. "I want to take this opportu-
nity to thank everyone for coming
out on this rainy morning for the
purpose of presenting the Purple
Heart award to Terry and his fami-
ly in memory of David, their son.
We appreciate all of your atten-
dance."


It was fitting that on Monday,
Sept. 18, 2006 a somber memorial
service was held for Weimortz. His
family received the Military Order
of the Purple Heart Memorial
plaque from Bill Everett, President
of Chapter 566 Military Order of
the Purple Heart Association.
Everett is a combat wounded
Vietnam veteran and holder of the
Purple Heart.
See MEMORIAL, page 7A


Alatex grant

proposal gets

good feedback

in Tallahassee

* The proposed grant for
$350,000 would be used
to restore the historic
building to be used as
museum, city offices.
Cal Zethmayr
News Bulletin Correspondent
City of Crestview
Administrative Services
Director Mike Wing and Jerry
Milligan, Chairman of the
Crestview Historic Preservation
Board, along with the city's
grants consultant, Fred Fox,
made their formal presentation
in Tallahassee Tuesday morning
in support of a grant application
for $350,000 to make the Alatex
building into usable space for a
museum, and city offices and
storage.
Crestview's application is
one of nearly 200 asking for a
total of $35 million. The group
made its presentation to the
Florida Historic Preservation
Division of the Office of
Secretary of State.
"We had some very good
complimentary statements by
members of the panel," Milligan
said. "They asked us about the
interior of building and if we
were going to be able to main-
tain the integrity of the build-
ing. One of the primary interests
was if we used the building in
the way that we have talked
about...will we be able to main-
tain its character inside with the
posts and beams.
"I told them that it was some-
thing that we were very con-
cerned about and we will do
everything possible, including
working with a historic build-
ing architect, in order to work
those posts and beams into
whatever we do for the city of
Crestview."
The presentation included a

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LOCAL NEWS


WEDNESDAYSEPTEMBER 2006


Asthma, Allergy Fair a success once again


Ken Nieisenrrhe News Bulletin Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Liz Sexton and Dee Olson with the Emerald Coast Allergy Center show Richard Bostrero a model of the human ear. Okaloosa 4-H member Hannah Mooers ,6, shows off this
Bostrero's toddler son has had repeated ear infections. He hoped to learn more about his son's condition while at the ball of feathers she calls "Silky" the chicken during
Asthma, Allergy Fair held this past Saturday at Crestview High School. Saturday's Asthma, Allergy Fair at Crestview High School.

Medical personnel gather at Crestview High to promote health Today's Weather


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
Physicians, nurses, and drug repre-
sentatives all gathered at Crestview
High School Saturday to discuss asth-
ma and allergies with the public.
Parents were able to talk one on one
with asthma and allergy specialists
and find out all of the latest informa-
tion about airborne diseases.
"The purpose of the fair is all about
education and fun," said Mike
Neuland, with the Emerald Coast
Allergy Center. "We have all types of
fun activities for the adults and kids.
Hopefully while they're having fun
they'll learn a little something about
asthma and allergies' '
!o-Nearly thirty-displays were set up.
in the school's cafeteria, with goodies


and trinkets for the visitors and loads
of useful information.
"I'm really interested in this model
of the human ear," said Richard
Bostrero as he peered into a larger
than life ear canal. "My son gets ear
infections all the time. Talking with
these nurses and'having them take me
through this model really helped me
to have a better understanding of
what's happening inside my son's ear,
and why he may have repeated infec-
tions."
This is the fourth year that Dr.
Joseph Peters and Crestview
Pediatrics have sponsored the event.
"Every year it gets bigger and big-
ger," said Peter's. "Each year we try to..
add just a little nimre sd that.there-i
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More than 6,000 Gulf
Power customers were with-
out power for nearly six
hours Monday following an
apparent lightning strike at
the company's substation on
Goodwin Avenue near Gulf
Power's main Crestview
office.
"Our large transmission
line that runs through
Crestview to Niceville fell
onto some smaller distribu-
tion lines around 4:15 p.m.,
causing a chain reaction of
power outages in the
region," said Gulf Power
spokesperson Lynn Erickson.
The power outage caused
traffic signals along Ferdon
Boulevard from U.S. Hwy 90
south to 1-10 overpass to fail.
Rush hour traffic traveling
north on State Road 85 was
reported to have backed up
nearly to the Duke Field
entrance.
Okaloosa County Sheriff
Deputies had to assist
Crestview police with traffic
control until enough police
officers could be called in to
deal with the additional traf-
fic problems.
"My entire day shift was
performing traffic control at
the intersections," said
Crestview Police Sgt.
Andrew Schneider.
"For a time we had calls
that we could not immediate-
ly respond to because of lack
of .manpower," said
Schneider.
Crestview firefighters
responded to the Physicians
Medical Center to rescue a
group that had gotten
stranded in the elevator
when the power went out.
"We had to call the night
shift in early, in addition to
calling in some of our reserve
and auxiliary police officers,"
continued Schneider.
SHis shift, which'idrmlly
leaves"'Aroutd' 6ti-o :00-p.m
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for city's police, residents


Kien Nielsen/ ine News BuIletin
During the height of evening rush hour traffic, Crestview
Police Officer Mike Gaydos does everything he can to
protect himself and keep motorists moving at the inter-
section of Aplin Road and Ferdon Boulevard. A Gulf
Power main transmission line lies across the road just a
few yards from Gaydos.


when the traffic congestion
began to ease.
Crestview Police Chief
Travis Gillihan was out in his
patrol car after dark checking
on the businesses that had
been affected by the outage.
He found the windows at
Kim's Beauty Supply broken
out by vandals.
"No entry was made into
the building," said Crestview
Police Lt. Kent Buckner. "But
these are the typical type of
incidences that occur during
power outages. Once the
evening shift got the addi-
tional help from the auxiliary
and reserves we were able to
spend the rest of the night
checking on businesses to
make sure that they were
secure."
The Wal-Mart Super
-Center 'and Lowe's home
:improvement center became
gathering places for those


without electricity and air
conditioning.
"We're here just more or
less hanging out because we
have no power," said
Crestview city council mem-
ber Chip Wells, while his
wife and daughter casually
looked at items in the
women's department at Wal-
Mart.
Some residents in the
Baker and Milligan area also
experienced power outages
related to the incident.
"Some of the service in
those areas are down the line
from Crestview but they
could have been affected
when our system automati-
cally tried to send a feed
from another substation
when the one in Crestview
went down," said Erickson.
By 11:00 p.m.. power had
',,been restored to most of'the
affected area.


Sheriff's Office seeks volunteers

for senior assistance program


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
To lean
The Okaloosa County program
Sheriff's Office has started a at6
new volunteer-based pro-
gram to help home bound geogrr
senior adults and disabled cit- need r
izens. contact
The program, called Bar
Seniors Helping Seniors "budd
and/or Disabled, was created unteer
to help homebound senior through
adults and disabled citizens in make r
rural areas of north Okaloosa She
County. dents
Ashley Barrineau, a crime volunt
prevention specialist with the request
sheriff's office, organized the unteer.
program recently and hopes "Mo
area residents will volunteer want t
and come to the aid of fellow help to
seniors and disabled resi- enough
dents. said. "
She began the program nizatic
after realizing that many senior
seniors are alone and located don't
in secluded rural areas. because
"The more involvement I else ne
have had working with senior do. "
citizens the more needs I Fra
saw," Barrineau said. "So Crestv
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iphically close. They
nore of the one-on-one
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rineau has created a
y system," where vol-
s call frequently
;hout the week and
regular visits.
hopes more area resi-
will respond by either
eering or by calling and
ting the service of a vol-

ore than anything, I
he ones who need the
o realize that there is
h help available," she
There are tons of orga-
ons out there to help
citizens, but many
want to ask for help
e they think somebody
needs it more than they

n Mathews is a
iew resident and a vol-
She worked with ter-


id what it looks like
hat it has been sand-
d and the broken win-
repaired.


minally ill patients for several
years. Now retired, she volun-
teers because she enjoys serv-
ing others.
Committed to service,
Mathews says volunteering is
all about giving back to the
community that she has been
blessed to live in.
She visits five senior adults,
regularly sitting with them
and doing routine chores like
shopping for groceries.
"I've always loved peo-
ple," she said. "There's more
people that need help than we
know about. They're just a
phone call away."
One of the things volun-
teers look for are situations
where senior citizens could be
in an abusive environment.
Volunteers are also taught
how to report signs of abuse.
A complete background
check is required to volunteer
for the program.


Milligan said that once
the applications are
reviewed, the panel will
rank them.
"We would hope to know
later this week or sometime
next week where we rank,"
Milligan said. "And then it
will be next spring when
the Legislature meets before
we will know how much
money will be in the bud-
get.
"This past year some
$14,000,000 was provided
statewide for these special
grants."
Cal Zethmayr is a broadcaster for
Crestview radio stations WAAZ-
FM and WJSB-AM and can be
contacted at ckz38@cox.net.


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OPINION & EDITORIAL


WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER 20, 2006


What are your

standards?

While reading
last week's My
column to my n
staunchest critic, Opinion
my bride, she
told me that there Bob
are several good Al
places to dine in en
Crestview and
that I should not
bunch them together with all the others. In my
defense, I replied that I am fully aware that you
can get good meals locally, but that I was
advocating finer dining, the kind of places that
feature starched table cloths, silverware that
matches, dinnerware with the same pattern, etc.
After I e-mailed my column to this paper, I
began to think more about our conversation and
what had been written. It was then that I thought
back to my college days and to a philosophy
professor who taught Introduction to Logic.
Dr. Charlie Mattern, long deceased now, was
rambling on one day about "satisfizing." In
essence, he said, there is a multitude of ways to
solve a problem, but there are a varying amount
of costs and degrees of complexity associated with
the several solutions. Some simple ways may
solve the problem but create others along the way;
other solutions may be more time-consuming and
expensive, but there generally are fewer side
effects.
The more that I thought about this, I came to
the conclusion that this is how we often go
through life. All too often, we settle for the simple
way of doing things, instead of expending a little
more effort, time and money and doing it right.
In other words, we have reduced our standards.
There are many places here to eat. Some places
have plastic "silverware"; some places have
mismatched china; some places simply wrap a
sandwich in paper and forego the "china." If all
that is wanted is food, any one of them will
suffice.
In my opinion, this philosophy of doing and
settling for the least can be summarized in a
single term "complacent mediocrity." We have
become complacent in too many things. In the
name of progress and expediency, we have
surrendered so many "little things" that made
service exciting. We pump our own gas, clean our
own windshield, and occasionally check our own
oil simply because the "service station" doesn't
provide the service once expected any longer.
Why? Do you get your gas any cheaper? The old
service station owner knew your vehicle as well as
Syou did, and there was a loyalty between the
station owner and his regular customers. No such
loyalty exists today.
Too often, we willingly settle for less. What we
get is the simplest solution to our problem. It
might not be the best solution, but "it'll do."
This can be extended to virtually all of our
lives, from restaurants, to gas stations, to
government, to you-name-it.
We can accept an easy solution by simply
letting somebody else determine how things are
going to be done, or we can get involved,
demanding that we want the best people available
to make decisions that are going to affect the lives
of us all!
We have just had a primary election and the
voters, that handful of citizens who took the time
to cast their ballots, have decided who the
candidates will be in the general election in
November. And, no sooner will the campaign
signs be down when another batch will spring
forth, for Crestview will be electing a new mayor
and two at-large council members in March.
Some of the wannabeess" have already made
their intention to run known; other names will
become household words in the very near future -
possibly surprising some folks.
Regardless of what names appear on the ballot,
think about them. Do we want to go the simple,
inexpensive route with all the personal "baggage"
and agendas, or do we want to travel the "high
road"? Now is the time to begin considering who
will lead this city for the next four years. The
status quo can be maintained, or new and vibrant
leadership can be inaugurated. It is up to you.
What are your standards?


Crestview News Bulletin
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR



A better Florida than in days past


Several months ago,
the Attorney General of
Florida, Charlie Crist,
publicly named four
Orange County Ku
Klux Klan members,
who are believed to
have planted a bomb
that killed black civil
rights leaders Harry T.
Moore and his wife
Harriette on Christmas
night 1951 in Mims,
Brevard County,
Florida. The state had
conducted three
previous investigations
and had come to no
conclusion. All four of
these individuals have
been dead for years.
One of the couple's
daughters, Evangeline,
has been involved for
years, attempting to get
justice for her parents.
Their daughter was
quoted in the Orlando
Sentinel as saying,
"Today I am perfectly
satisfied with what they
found.....they have the
evidence and they
named names."
Mims was in my
congressional district,
but this was not an
issue during my time in
Congress. I had heard
of the bombing, but it
was just a distant part
of Florida's history.
I was somewhat
surprised several years
ago to get a phone call
from former New York
Congresswoman and
former prosecutor
Elizabeth Holtzman.
Elizabeth, a Democrat,
was the youngest
woman elected .
Congress in 1972 and
had been a member of
the Watergate
Committee. She was
one of the leaders in
preparing the Articles
of Impeachment against
President Nixon.
Although we had, and
have philosophical
differences, we became
friends over the years. I
respect her integrity
and her sense of duty.
Elizabeth was
working on reopening


the case.
Her
question
to me was
if the
Attorney
General


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Lou
Frey


Florida, Charlie Crist,
was someone who
would take a fair look
at this and not just bury
it. I responded that
Attorney General Crist
was a decent, honest
person. He had an
independent streak and
if he felt that this case
had merit, he would
look into it.
The Congresswoman
sent me some items to
review. One of the most
important was a book
by Ben Green entitled,
"Before His Time: The
Untold Story of Harold
T. Moore, America's
First Civil Rights
Martyr", published by
Simon and Schuster in
1999. This book traces
the life of Harry T.
Moore and also opens
up much of the history
of Florida in this era,
which is not pretty. I
also received a tape
entitled, "Freedom
Never Dies: The Legacy
of Harry T. Moore",
which was produced by
the Freedom Forum at
the University of
Florida in 2000.
It appeared on PBS
and it may be possible
to obtain a copy of this
from the Freedom
Forum, 4401 Sunset
Boulevard Los Angeles,
-:,CA, 90
recommend ou get the
book and tape.
I reviewed the
materials and learned a
lot about Florida's
history that did not
make me proud. For
instance, the Governor
of Florida in the early
1900s said that there
should be no public
schools for blacks. In
the book "Before His
Time..." Ben Green
states on page 45, "The
disturbing truth was


that for
decades
Florida
had been a
haven for
lynching, a


bothersome fact that
flew in the face of its
image as a tourist
paradise. From 1900 to
1930, Florida had the
highest per capital rate
of lynching in the
South, 4.5 lynchings for
every 10,000 blacks.
This was twice the rate
of lynching in
Mississippi, Georgia
and Louisiana and
three times that of
Alabama. From 1921 to
1946 Florida had 61
lynchings, twice as
many as Alabama, and
topped only by
Mississippi and
Georgia."
Florida had many.
postcards showing
alligators, flamingos
and beaches, but it also
had "coon cards"
depicting blacks in a
despicable manner.
There were disturbing
incidents such as the
disappearance of WWII
.veteran Leroy Bradwell,
who was accused of
writing a letter to a
white woman asking
for a date, and the
Groveland Boys rape
case. In 1949, two of the
"Groveland" suspects,
who were handcuffed
together, allegedly
attempted to escape
and were shot by Lake
County Sheriff Willii
McCall. A jury found
McCall innocent of any
wrongdoing. I passed
on my feeling to the
Attorney General's
office that this case was
worth reviewing.
Harry T. Moore
moved to Brevard
County in 1925, became
a principal of a black
school and began his
work for the NAACP of
Florida, eventually
becoming its Executive
Director. He was


constantly fighting for
equal rights and most
importantly voting
rights, trying to
organize blacks to
register and to vote. It
was an uphill battle
over those many years,
but he never quit
trying. He carried on
his work despite threats
and constant
harassment. In 1949 he
had 90 speaking
engagements to
NAACP chapters
statewide. He helped
increase black votes by
600% from 1944 to 1949,
reaching 116,143. This
represented 31% of all
eligible blacks. The
bomb on Christmas
night ended his work.
I am incredibly
proud of Attorney
General Crist and his
staff, of Evangeline
Moore who never gave
up, of Elizabeth
Holtzman, and of
friends of the Moore
family like Clennon
King, Jr. (his father was
civil rights attorney
Chevene Bowers "C.B."
King)..We do care. This
is a different and better
Florida. In Brevard
County, there is the
Harry T. and Harriette
V. Moore Courthouse.
It is not a perfect
Florida. There are still
racial prejudice and
discrimination, but we
are moving in the right
direction. The rule of
law is working. We are
lucky to have leaders
such as Charlie Crist
Wyho are t afraid to
stek thertifth. It took
55 years to find
answers but it was
worth the wait. As Crist
said, "Because of a
daughter, we are where
we are today."

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


Sgt. Rick Hord
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office

Not all laws are
created equal. Virtually
everybody supports and
obeys the laws against
theft, murder, and child
abuse.
Some laws are
controversial and have
been subject of public
debate for many years.
More than just a few
laws are archaic,
obscure, or arcane, and
seldom or never
enforced. One from
1905, for example, sets
the pay for any Sheriff
or Deputy Sheriff at two
dollars per day for
providing security at
automobile race meets.
Other laws are well-
known but not always
obeyed. Most drivers
have exceeded the
speed limit or
committed a "rolling
stop" due to
inattentiveness, or
maybe because they


believed the law was
not important.
On the other hand,
quite a few laws
deserve to be better
known, obeyed, and
enforced. They probably
would be, except most
people don't know they
exist. Let's try to correct
that. Here's my personal
top-5 list of important,
but ignored laws:
5-The Bicycle
Helmet Law. Up to the
age of 16, anybody
riding on a bicycle
must wear a safety
helmet. The law also
applies to kids riding
in a trailer pulled by a
bicycle. It appears the
publicity from several
years ago may have
worn off.
4-Driver License
Requirements. Are you
visiting Florida? If so,
your home state Driver
License will do. If you
are employed in Florida
or engage in any trade,
profession, or
occupation in Florida, or


enter a child in a Florida
public school, you are
driving illegally unless
you obtain a Florida
Driver License within 30
days. Active duty
military personnel may
enter kids in school
without triggering the
DL requirement, but
getting a civilian job
(even an on-base one)
does mandate a Florida
License.
3-Bicycles Are
Vehicles. When a bike is
on a public road, it must
follow the same rules as
if it were a car. That
means stopping at stop
signs and red lights,
driving on the right side
of the road, and obeying
speed limits and other
laws. Yes, the DUI law
does apply to bicyclists.
2-Stop When Traffic
Obstructed. The law
says you must not enter
an intersection unless
it's clear to go all the
way through. That
means stopping for a
green light when traffic


is backed up. The
obvious intent of this
law is to prevent
gridlock.
And my Number One
most ignored law:
1-The "Move Over
Law." This is another
one that entered with
fanfare just four years
ago, although nobody
seems to know about it
now. When an
emergency vehicle or a
wrecker is parked by
the side of the road with
its emergency lights
flashing, traffic in that
direction must move
over, out of the lane
closest to the stopped
patrol car, fire truck,
ambulance, or wrecker.
On a two lane road,
traffic must slow way
down...to 20 MPH less
than the posted limit.
This is an important
law: Florida averages
one emergency worker
per day injured when
struck by traffic while
performing his or her
job.


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LOCAL NEWS


Crestview News Bulletin / PAGE 5A


JUDGE, from page 1A


votes.
When Ketchel heard the
news of the endorsements
Tuesday morning, he said he
"won't be doing anything dif-
ferently."
"I continue to be gratified
by the fact that the over-
whelming number of attor-
neys and judges that respond-
ed in the judicial candidates
poll had me rated significant-
ly higher (than Powell),"
Ketchel said, referring to a
peer review poll conducted
by the Okaloosa-Walton Bar
Association.
Ketchel said he considers
the results of the review poll
to be "more significant" than
Schofield and Webster's
endorsements.
"We're very confident that
the results will be positive,"
Ketchel said of the Nov. 7
election outcome.
Powell defeated Ketchel in
Escambia, Santa Rosa and
Walton counties by a slim
margin of 611 votes. Ketchel
followed closely in second
place in each of those coun-
ties. However, he broke away
from Powell and the other
candidates in Okaloosa
County, gathering 12,930


votes and defeating Powell
by 4,156 votes.
In Okaloosa County, 3,891
votes were cast for Schofield;
7,773 were cast for Webster,
who is a Fort Walton Beach
attorney.
Powell continues to ride
on his record of jury, civil and
criminal trial experience. He
plans to work at earning the
votes of constituents in the
south and central portions of
the county, where Ketchel
received the greatest margin
of victory.
"I'm going to stay the
course and get my message
out that I have vastly more
-jury trial and courtroom
experience than my oppo-
nent," he said.
"I'm very pleased and
honored that they're both
putting their trust and confi-
dence in me. We ran shoulder
to shoulder for the past five
months during this cam-
paign. That should tell the
voters something."
Ketchel, who raised just
over $50,000 in contributions
compared to Powell's total of
more than $250,000, spoke to
both Schofield and Webster
after the primary election,


hoping that they would
decide to support him.
His goal is to get better
known in the neighboring
counties where Powell beat
him.
"If you look at the results
in the county where the vot-
ers knew us the best, we had
an overwhelming victory," he
said of his campaign. "It's my
goal to continue to get better
known in the counties in
which I was not as well
known."
Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections Pat
Hollarn said that Schofield
and Webster's endorsements
could bring more voters to
the polls.
"That's interesting," she
said when she first heard of
the former candidates'
endorsements. "I think there
will more likely be a better
number of votes cast in that
race; it's the last one on the,
front side of many ballots."
Typically nonpartisan
races like the judicial race suf-
fer from ballot drop off.
"As you go through the
ballot, people vote less and
less," she said.
Webster said he decided to


endorse Powell soon after the
primary election.
"Schofield and I talked,"
he said. "We came to the same
conclusion independently."
Webster said that he won't
pressure voters to vote for
Powell, but he hopes that his
constituents examine each
candidate carefully.
"If they trusted my judge-
ment to vote for me for this
position, I hope they'll trust
my analysis in the candidates,
too," he said.
Webster said he had a front
row seat to examine both
Powell and Ketchel while
running against them. He
gave several reasons for
endorsing Powell. His main
reason, however, was
Powell's experience working
within the circuit. He also
said that he was impressed
with Powell's devotion to his
family, his ability to stay
relaxed and his desire to take
on more responsibility than
what would be required.
"I would suggest that
Dixie is the best qualified
individual; it's just another
factor to consider as the vot-
ers do make their selection,"
Webster said.


NRA supports Powell for circuit judicial seat


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin

The National Rifle
Association and the Unified
Sportsmen of Florida are
endorsing Dixie Dan Powell,
who is in a runoff for the seat
of the 1st Judicial Circuit.
Powell is running against
Shalimar attorney Terry
Ketchel. In the primary elec-
tion on Sept. 5, Ketchel gath-


ered 31 percent of the total
votes from precincts within
the four-county circuit.
Powell, a Crestview native,
gathered 28 percent.
On Thursday, Marion
Hammer, NRA's past presi-
dent and the executive direc-
tor of the Unified Sportsmen
of Florida, delivered a signed
letter to Powell endorsing him
for the judicial circuit seat.
"Because of your 20 years


of practicing law, extensive
courtroom and jury trial expe-
rience, we believe it would
tremendously benefit the legal
community, and more impor-
tantly, the citizens of the cir-
cuit if you were elected,"
Hammer wrote in the letter.
Hammer gave other rea-
sons for supporting Powell,
including his longtime affilia-
tion with the NRA and his
support of the right to bear


arms for lawful purposes.
Powell said it's an honor to
have the support of Hammer,
who is well known for sup-
porting the political cam-
paigns of Charlie Crist and
others.
"To have her support and
endorsement I'm really
humbled by that," Powell
said. "I'm really honored to be
thought of by her; she is one
of a kind."


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Shalimar attorney Terry Ketchel said Tuesday that despite
the recent endorsements in support of his opponent,
Dixie Dan Powell, he still feels confident to win the seat
for 1st Judicial Court judge.



To the Crestview News Bulletin:
As a recent candidate for Circuit Court Judge, Group
15, running in the race with Mr. Ketchel, Mr. Powell and
Mr. Webster, please allow me to say thank you to the
wonderful people we all met while campaigning during
the primary. As the four of us crisscrossed the four
counties, we met people from all walks of life, with
many different viewpoints, and who supported us for
different and varying reasons. Now that the race
continues with only Mr. Powell and Mr. Ketchel, please
allow me to also say that in the general election, I shall
be voting for Mr. Powell. Mr. Powell's experience trying
jury and non-jury cases in both state and federal court
is more extensive and I believe he is the best candidate
for the position. I wish him success in his pursuit of the
Group 15 Circuit judgeship.

Sincerely,
Michael J. Schofield
Former candidate for circuit judge, group 15

To the Crestview News Bulletin:
Please allow me to express my thanks to all the
people who worked so hard in my campaign for Circuit
Judge, First Judicial Circuit, Group 15, and to the
thousands of citizens who voted for me during the
September 5, 2006, primary. While I do regret that I did
not receive enough votes to advance to the general
election on November 7, I have absolutely no regrets'
about having been involved in the democratic process
at such an intense and personal level. I had the
pleasure of visiting virtually every community in
Northwest Florida and meeting thousands of people of
varying political, ethnic, religious, and economic back-
grounds. This campaign and my personal contact with
so many individuals literally changed my life.
While campaigning, I also had extensive interaction
with my opponents, and opportunities to learn more
about their qualifications and personalities. This race
continues with only Mr. Ketchel and Mr. Powell
remaining on the ballot for the Group 15 Circuit Judge
position. I have decided to vote for, and actively sup-
port, Mr. Powell. It is my observation that Mr. Powell's
extensive experience in our state Circuit Courts, his
involvement with the improvement of our court system,
and his demeanor make him the best candidate to fill
this position once held by his father decades ago. I
hope that those of you who voted for me will likewise
vote for and elect Mr. Powell.

Sincerely,
Michael T. Webster
Former candidate for Circuit Judge, Group 15


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Recently, a
group of teenage
boys were bored
and broke, so they
went to their local
high school to look
for something to
break and steal.
They found the
school's vending
machines, which were
camped outside under an
awning.
The boys used a crowbar
to pry the machines open. In
all, they took more than $85
from the machines.
The following morning,
the incident was reported to
the sheriff's office. The
deputy interviewed a few
students and knew right
away who the miscreants
were, and he knew where ito
find them.
After searching for the
boys off school grounds, he
found them driving around,
probably looking for more
trouble..
The. deputy separately
quizzed the boys about
breaking into the vending
machines.
One boy admitted to the
crime; the other told the
deputy he wasn't there.
The deputy wasn't buying
the kid's story, so he arrested
both kids.
The humor creeps into the
story when the deputy sits
down to write his arrest
report. Apparently, in law
enforcement academies,
would-be deputies are
taught unique ways to
describe crimes.
For example, on this arrest
report, the deputy wrote that
the teens are charged with
"molesting a coin operated
machine."
Poor machine, so helpless.
No limbs to defend itself. It
just has to sit there like a
block and take it. It's a good
thing deputies are standing
up for the rights of vending
machines. Somebody needs


Beer belly revolt
The one advantage to
being a sloppy drunk with a
swollen abdomen is that you
can use the spare tire as a
weapon, especially against
old people who are too frail
to defend themselves.
Here's a local guy who
did just that. He and an
elderly gentleman (probably
his grandfather) got in a ver-
bal argument that quickly
spiraled into a belly heaving
frenzy.
The younger guy, who
was intoxicated, was arguing
with the older guy about a
DVD player. It's not known
what the specific nature of
the argument was about.


P POLICE

IBLOTTElR
I Information taken from actual la
\ enforcement reports, compiled b
Adam Ziglar


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y


Maybe the young guy was
trying to explain that laser
discs don't fit into modern
day DVD players.
The young guy got into
the older guy's face and
began to thrust his gut,
knocking the guy back. The
older guy tried to call 911
twice, but the young guy
kept knocking the phone
from his hand. He then
pushed the older man on the
ground. He straddled the
man's body, pinning him to
the ground. He then began to
strike the old man in the face.
The young guy's father
ran into the room and
pushed his son off the older
maA. He then held the guy
down until the police
arrived.
The older man had a large
contusion on his head. The
young man, eventually
calmed down, but the family
has now reverted back to the
days when VHS tapes were
the preferred medium to
view entertainment.
Fake dope,
real cop
Recently, a police officer
was working an off-duty
part-time job, helping his
father lay asphalt in the
parking lot of a local conve-
nience store.
While working one
evening, he was approached
by a man with a strange ner-
vous twitch. The cop, wear-
ing street clothes, was slop-
ping and spreading tar even-
ly on the ground. The man
asked the cop if he wanted to
buy some fake crack.
You may wonder, why
would anyone want to buy
fake crack? Even a jufike
knows that's stupid; The
man then explained that he
could turn around and sell
the fake crack to someone
who was even more dumb
than the guy trying to sell the
fake rock.
The cop played along.
"Yeah, sure. Do you have
anything I can put it in?" the
cop asked.
The fake dealer put the
rock in a baggie and the cop
pretended to be excited.
Suddenly, the cop whipped
out his badge. That's when
the fun began. The two got in
a scuffle and the cop eventu-
ally had to wrestle the dealer
to the ground. He was arrest-
ed and really mad. Now, no
one can enjoy the fake crack.


When should I go to the Emergency Department?


When machines


are violated


WASHINGTON, DC-
More than 300,000 Americans
on average are treated in our
nation's emergency depart-
ments every day, according to
the latest government statis-
tics, and patients are treated
for a wide variety of medical
conditions.
How do you decide when a
medical condition rises to the
level of a medical "emer-
gency?" The American
College of Emergency
Physicians offers a list of 10
warning signs that indicate a
medical emergency, which are
also available with additional
health and safety information
on the organization's Web site
athttp://www.adep.org/web
portal/PatientsConsumers/.
Difficulty breathing,
shortness of breath Chest or
upper abdominal pain or
pressure Fainting, sudden
dizziness, weakness
Changes in vision
Confusion or changes in men-
tal status Any sudden or
severe pain Uncontrolled
bleeding Severe or persis-
tent vomiting or diarrhea *
Coughing or vomiting blood


* Suicidal or homicidal feel-
ings
Children have unique
medical problems and may
display different symptoms
than adults. Symptoms that
are serious for a child may not
.be as serious for an adult.
Children may also be unable
to communicate their condi-
tion, which means an adult
will;have to interpret the
behavior. Always get imme-
diate medical attention if you
think your child is having a
medical emergency.
"If you or a loved one think
you need emergency care,
come to the emergency
department and have a doctor
examine you," said Dr.
Frederick Blum, president of
ACEP "If you think the med-
ical condition is life-threaten-
ing or the person's condition
will worsen on the way to the
hospital, then you need to call
9-1-1 and have your local
Emergency Medical Services'
provider come to you."
Emergency departments
see patients based on the
severity of their illnesses or
injuries, not on a first-come,


first serve basis. With that in
mind, ACEP offers the follow-
ing tips to patients when they
come to an emergency depart-
ment in order to get the best
possible care as quickly as
possible:
Bring a list of medications
and allergies: What's the
name of the medication you
are taking? How often do you
take it and for how long? A
list of allergies is important,
especially if there are many of
them. Be sure to include med-
ications, foods, insects or any
other product that may cause
an allergic reaction. Bring a
medical history form with
you. ACEP has medical histo-
ry forms available on its Web
site.
Know your immuniza-
tions: This will likely be a
long list for children; mainly
tetanus, flu and Hepatitis B
for adults. Remain calm:
Obviously it is difficult to
remain composed if you've
been badly injured, but a calm
attitude can help increase
communication with the doc-
tors and nurses who are car-
ing for you.


Florida inspectors on the lookout for fresh bagged

spinach; FDA warns consumers to avoid product


TALLAHASSEE-On Sept.
15 Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson deployed the depart-
ment's food safety inspectors
to make sure that fresh
bagged spinach has been
removed from the produce
aisles of Florida supermarkets
and other retail food stores.
Bronson's action comes in
the wake of a U.S. Food and
Drug Administration warning


advising consumers through-
out the country to avoid eat-
ing the product because of its
association with approxi-
mately 50 cases of E. coli in
eight states.
While no reported illness-
es have occurred in Florida,
the warning covers the entire
nation.
"We want to be sure that
our supermarkets and other
retailers have received the
word from the federal gov-


ernment about consumers
avoiding fresh bagged
spinach," Bronson said.
Toward that end, inspec-
tors from the department's
Food Safety Division are on
the lookout for the product
while they are out performing
their routine sanitation
inspections of food stores. If
any such product is found,
inspectors will notify store
personnel of the FDA warn-
ing.


Most of Florida's major
supermarket chains already
have removed fresh bagged
spinach from their stores, but
it is unclear whether some of
the state's smaller grocery
stores have received the word
from FDA and have pulled
the product from their pro-
duce aisles.
The federal government is
continuing its investigation of
the outbreak to determine the
source of the bad spinach.


PUBLIC SAFETY REPORTS


Fire Department
call statistics as
, of ,9/13/O6
Motor vehicle. accidents -
33. Airheart Standby 1. Auto
Aid 2. Fire -1. EMS Charlie -
9. EMS Delta 9. EMS Echo -
2. EMS uncoded 5. Fire
Alarm 1. Structure Fire 6.
Gulf Flight Standby 1. Illegal
burning 1. Vehicle Lockout -
2. Lines down 1. Mutual Aid
Given 2. Manpower assist -
1. Smoke investigation 1.
Special detail 1. Total 79.
Crestview Police
Dept.
crime reports
9/3: Charles Howard
Coleman III, 25, of 213 Grimes
Avenue, was 'charged with
sale of a counterfeit controlled
substance.
9/4: Debra Theresa Clark,


43, of 512 Boyd Circle, was
charged with drug parapherna-
lia, and possession of
Schedule IV drug Diazapam.
9/8: John Harold King, 22,
of 537 Long Drive, Crestview
(last known address) was
charged with grand theft auto
with damages, used as a get-
away vehicle in a robbery.
9/13: Kevin Earl McCranie,
22, of 353 W. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, was issued a
notice to appear on a charge
of trespassing. Patricia Fay
Ewing, 19, of 185 W. Bowers
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with child abuse via neglect.
9/17: Kenneth C. Carver,
54, of 200 Hospital Drive, #58,
Crestview, was charged with
aggravated battery to a person
with a deadly weapon.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff

crime reports


9/8: Johnny Harold King,
22, of 22496 8th Ave.,
Florala, Ala., was charged
with grand theft of a vehicle.
9/11: Shawn Michael
Griffith, 21, of Crestview, was
charged with battery on a
person 65 years of age or
older (domestic violence).
9/12: Johnny Harold King,
22, of 22496 7th Avenue,
Florala, Ala., was charged
with resisting arrest without
violence. A 15-year-old and
a 14-year old Crestview teen
'were charged with criminal
mischief, molestation of a
coin operated machine at
Crestview High, and theft..* A
14-year-old Crestview
teenager was issued a notice
to appear on possession of
alcohol and tobacco by a
minor. A 16-year-old
Crestview teen was charged
with battery/domestic vio-


lence.
9/13: Andrew Eric
McDonald, 21, of 3167 Main
Street, Crestview, was
charged wi!th.'burIglary. and
grand theft.
9/15: A 16-year-old
Crestview teenager was
charged with battery after hit-
ting another girl at school. *
Natira Lynn Lyons 20, of
702 E. Pine Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with
burglary to an unoccupied
structure and trespassing at
a structure/conveyance.
Shane Anthony Burke, 22,
was charged with burglary to
an unoccupied structure and
trespassing at a
structure/conveyance.
9/17: Harris Randall
Lewis, 33, of 5830 Willow
Lane, Crestview, was
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The Asian cockroach is the
small "flying" roach that has
become such an epidemic in
the Crestview area.
It was first described in
Okinawa, Japan in 1981, and
first confirmed as an invasive
species within the United
States from a sample collect-
ed by a professional pest con-
trol operator down in
Lakeland in 1986. I first
noticed the species up here in
the Crestview area in 1993
while performing a home
pest, control treatment.
Today, it has heavily infested
all of the Florida Panhandle
and progressed even further
north into Alabama and
Georgia.
The Asian roach looks
very similar to the German
roach, the common problem-
atic "indoor" roach. In fact,
entomologists believed it
was an outdoor strain of the
German roach in Asia.
However, despite the almost
identical appearances, the
two species are easily distin-
guishable by their dramati-
cally different habits and
habitat. The German roach is
typically transported indoors
and tends to be mostly a
problem in the kitchen/bath-
room areas of buildings (i.e.,
available water, food,
warmth, and ideal harbor-
age) and does not fly. In stark
contrast, the Asian roach
lives outside and is very agile
as it is capable of sustained


The Asian Coachroach


flight of up to 150 feet.
This troublesome insect is
very prolific with reported
population densities of
30,000 to 250,000 individuals
per acre. They occur almost
anywhere outdoors to
include grass, leaf litter, and
mulch. Like other insect
pests, they are most active
during the warmer months
(from about April-October in
this area) and become even
more of a problem after thun-
derstorms, tropical storms,
and hurricanes.
Asian roaches become
active in the evening and are
attracted to light. The will
swarm around exterior light-
ing and readily fly into doors
and windows as they are
opened. Once inside, they are
typically drawn to brightly-
lit areas such as light-colored
walls and illuminated televi-


sion/computer screens.
Because of their extraordi-
nary mobility and popiila-
tion abundance, the Asian
roach is difficult to control.
The best way to gain ade-
quate control of this pest is
by having your pest control
.professional treat both your
home exterior perimeter and
your yard with either baits,
granules, or long-lasting pro-
fessional sprays. This
approach will target the
source harborage areas and
dramatically reduce the pop-
ulations that would most
likely cause a problem.
Besides being a general nui-
sance, like other roach
species, the Asian roach can
carry disease and should be
controlled. For more infor-
mation about this pest and
other local pests, visit
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MEMORIAL, from page 1A


The inscription on the
plaque reads as follows:
Honoring the memory of
David G. Weimortz
August 26, 2006
For
Defending Freedom
And
SServing His'Country
Presented By Chapter 566
The Military Order Of The
Purple Heart
Marine Gunnery Sergeant
William Conner also present-
ed the Weimortz family with
a Marine Corps album as a
token of appreciation for
their son's fidelity and unwa-
vering service to duty.
The program was some-
what shortened due to a
heavy downpour, but not
before Terry Weimortz
placed a commemorative
brick at the foot of the monu-
ment as a permanent memo-
rial to his son.
"David was a good kid, a
big, strapping 6-foot-6 guy
who played sports and went
to college on a golf scholar-
ship," said his father. "Even
when he got injured, he
wouldn't stay in the hospital
despite his commander's rec-
ommending him to."
Carol, his stepmother,
talked about his deep love
and affection for Iraqi chil-
dren, and said that only days
before he was killed he had
called and requested they


send more stuffed animals.
"He loved those children
and often said that it would
only be through them peace
could come to that land."
In an online
www.youtube.com interview
about six months ago, David


Weimortz said, "Until your
life is on the line, you don't
know what you're made of."
Today we know Dave was
made of the right stuff, and
that is a legacy of which
America will always be
proud.


Ken Nielsen/I ne News ulletln
Terry Weimortz places a brick bearing his son's name at
the foot of the Okaloosa County Veterans Memorial
Monday. Weimortz son, Cpl. David Gardner Weimortz, 28,
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2006


* Weddings, Engaements and Anniversaries


Summer Pruett and Mic Parker of Destin are planning a
November wedding.


Parker and Pruett, to wed


Newlyweds Melanie and Matthew Bush were married
July 21, 2006 at Live Oak Baptist Church in Crestview.


Burke & Bush


united in 'marriage


The nuptials of Melanie
Suzanne Burke and Matthew
Alan Bush of Crestview, Fla.
were held July 21, 2006 at
Live Oak Baptist Church in
Crestview.
The bride is the daughter
of Daniel and Christine
Burke of Baker, Fla. The
groom's parents are James
and Brenda Bush of
Crestview.
Melanie was given away
by her father in a double-
ring ceremony presided over
by Rev. Bill White. She was
attended by her maid of
honor, Megan Nichols.
M-fthew'b S 'Bldot, I R6I6bb
Bush, was best man.
Loren Olivia Bush, niece


Okaloosa County
building permits
9/6: Kenneth and Jennifer Bray, 1303
Farmer Street, Crestview. Gas by
Grandstaff Plumbing.and Gas. James
and Sonja Walls, 574 Tailspin Drive, Holt.
Electrical by homeowner. HLOT Family
Ltd., 2649 Corner Creek Road, Crestview.
Plumbing by Southern Plumbing & Gas. .
OKLCO, 2146 Hagood Loop, Crestview.
Electrical by Richardson Enterprises. *
Tew Construction, 3087 Craig Terrace,
Crestview. Single family dwelling by
homeowner. Gary and Debbie Crabtree,
5531 Kervin Road, Crestview. Dennis
and Ellen Lanum, 5421 Monterrey Road,
Crestview. Electrical by Tim Robbins Jr.
9/7: KGII Development, 2626 Brodie
Lane, Crestview. Gas by Zachary's
Services. Margie and Benjamin Scott,
Old River Road, Baker, Plumbing by
homeowner. Julie Smith and Jarad
Chumbley, Moming Glory Lane, Laurel
Hill. Singe family residence by R&D
Development. Adams Homes, 2395,
2400 and 2399 Barberee Drive,
Crestview. Plumbing by Amore Plumbing.
* Calvin and Shirley Caro, Bone Creek
Road, Holt. Plumbing by Amore
Plumbing. Westerheim Homes, 2104
Cleo Lane, Crestview. Plumbing by
Amore Plumbing. Robert Murphy, Mare
Creek Drive, Crestview Plumbing and
electrical by homeowner. Okaloosa
Community Development Corporation,
Falcon Way, Bobolink Way and Lots 1
and 2 on Eagle Way, Crestview. Single
family residence by Superior Exteriors.
Wiley and Virginia Shirey, 6172 Mastel
Lane, Crestview. Plumbing by Faith
Mechanical. Michael and Dessie
Peaden, 6226 Old River Road, Baker.
Electrical and mechanical by homeowner.
Walter and Darla Henderson, 4701
Connor Drive, Crestview. Plumbing by
homeowner.'
9/8: Whitworth Builders, 3090 and
3092 Border Creek Road, Crestview.
Single family residence by West Florida
Homes. Michael Singletary, 1000 Hwy.
C4A, Baker. Burglar/fire alarm by
Suncoast Security. Jason and Courtney
Henley, 1382 Henderson Lane, Baker.
Burglar/fire alarm by Suncoast Security.
Mechanical by Ned Stewart Mechanical. .
Dalila and Benito Rios Jr., 309 Hudson
Drive, Crestview. Plumbing by Everson
Plumbing. Hyun and John Stockman,
4040 Brown Place, Plumbing by Everson
Plumbing. Robert and Melanie Guthrie,
4799 Live Oak Church Road, Crestview.
Demolition. Stewart and Sons
Investments, .1378 Georgia Avenue,
Baker. Mechanical by Mack's Heating and
A/C. Racheal Sain, 115 W. Walker
Circle, Crestview. General building by
CTG Improvements. James and
Shannon Watts, 6030 Staff Road,
Crestview. Gas by Zachary's Gas
Services. Mark and Tamela Higdon,
5980 Springdale Drive, Crestview.
Accessory structures by homeowner. *
Robert Mitchell, 3704 Hwy. 90 East,
Crestview. Electrical by homeowner. *
Miller Quality Builders, 4681 Liberty Blvd.,
Holt. Mechanical by Crestview Electric. *
David Ring, 4637 Bobolink Way,


of the groom, was the flower
girl. Music for the wedding
was provided by Steve
Elliot.
The ceremony was fol-
lowed by a reception at the
Live Oak Fellowship Hall.
Megan, a Crestview High
School graduate, is the man-
ager of the Wal-Mart
Customer Service
Department. Matthew grad-
uated from CHS and is
working toward a Bachelor
of Science degree in
Computer Science.
He is employed by
Applied Research
Associates. /.
The couple honeymooned ,
in Florida.


Crestview. Mechanical by Crestview
Electric Co. Bruce and Linda Fogarty,
4606 Bobolink Way, Crestview. Electrical
by Crestview Electric Company. *
Southeastern Consulting Co.; 3202
Heritage Plantation Blvd., Laurel Hill.
Pump house by homeowner. Jerry and
Joyce Moran, 4324 Hassell Road,
Crestview. Home occupancy. Scott
Fortune, 150 Old Milligan Road,
Crestview. Electrical by homeowner.
Whitworth Builders, 3090 and 3092
Border Creek Road, Crestview. Electrical
by homeowner. William and Pearl
Wilson, 4650 Canary Way, Crestview.
Single family by Jay Terrell Construction.
* Freddie and Susan Spears, 2860
Shoffner Avenue, Crestview. Mechanical
by Xpert Air Systems. Westerheim
Homes, 5304 Marilea Ct., Crestview.
Mechanical by John Boutwell. West
Florida Homes, 3078 border Creek Road,
Crestview. Mechanical by John Boutwell.
9/11:- Andrew and Scherie Baxter,
2832 Old Mill Way, Crestview,
Remodel/build out by homeowner. Bryan
Kempski, 6114 Blueberry Lane,
Crestview. Mechanical by Anderson heat-
ing and A/C. Barbara Hunter, 2780
Keats Drive, Crestview. Remodel/build
out permit by homeowner. Raptor
Financial Service, 3907 High Ridge Road,
Crestview. Mechanical by Oglesby
Heating and A/C. R & B Cosntruction,
2458 S. Lakeview drive, Crestview.
Electrical by GM&A Electric Co. Robert
and Debra Ross, 1084 Reeves Road,
Baker. Electrical by GM&A Electrical Co.
* R& B Construction, 2168 and 2170 Lake
Silver Road, Crestview. Electrical by
GM&A Electric Co. Richard Greene,
2014 Lacey Lane, Crestview. General
building by Barefield Co. Westerheim
Homes, 5304 Marilea Court, Crestview.
Burglar/fire alarm by Advanced Design
Tech Systems. Jr. Food Store, 1992
James Lee Blvd. West, Crestview.
Demolition by D&B Builders. Jill Lewis,
4591 Top Flight Drive, Crestview. Home
occupancy.
9/12: Jackie Odom, 5248 Newman
Ave., Crestview. Mechanical by Oglesby
Heating and A/C; electrical by Gaskin
Electric. Alfred and Angela McLeod,
McDonald Road, Crestview.
Manufactured building by Barlow BJS
Johnson Mobile Home Installers. *
Kathleen Ates, 4688 Hady Adams Road,
Holt. Additions by Holt Development. *
Wendell and Joyce Grubbs, 1122 Stanley
Lane, Baker. Electrical by homeowner. *
3-D Construction, 3244 Twilight Drive,
Crestview. Irrigation by A Cedar Oak
Landscaping. Mills Cemetery, 4256
Jenkins Road, Crestview. Electrical by
homeowner. William and Brigitte Kelley,
3410 Melissa Lane, Crestview, Additions,
electrical, mechanical, and plumbing by
homeowner. Bruce and Linda Fogarty,
4606 Bobolink Way, Crestview. Plumbing
by Faith Mechanical. Raybon Builders,
2969 McCarty Avenue, Crestview.
Plumbing by Faith Mechanical. Holiday
Builders, 2402 Halfmoon Lane,
Crestview. Electrical by Richardson
Enterprises and single family residence
by homeowner. Mary Keeling, 2284
Curtis Madden Road, Baker. Gas by
Amerigas Propane LP.


The relatives of Mic
Parker and Summer Pruett
are congratulating them on
their engagement. The cou-
ple is to be married on Nov.
17, 2006 at Sandals Regency
St. Lucia Resort in the east-
ern Carribean.
Mic is the son of Mike
Parker and Dody Griffith.
Summer's mother and step-
father are Sharon and Danny
Dollar of Crestview. Her
father is Britt Pruett. Her
maternal grandparents are


Ray and Virginia Wilson.
Her paternal grandfather is
Bob Pruett. Summer's broth-
ers are Josh, Ronnie, and
Daniel.
Mic is a graduate of
Choctaw High, and resides
in Destin, Fla., where he
works as a boat captain.
Summer is a graduate of Fort
Walton Beach High, and
went on to graduate from
Florida State University with
honors. She now works at
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FEA launches major push to promote quality public education campaign


In a push to encourage
Floridians to send a message
to the next governor that
high quality public edica-
tion should be his top priori-
ty, the Florida Education
Association announces a
major statewide radio buy to


inform the public about its I
Pledge campaign.
"This shows how serious,
we are about getting
Floridians to take the pledge
and insist that improving
public education be the next
administration's highest pri-


ority," said FEA President
Andy Ford. "I Pledge gives
every Floridian an opportu-
nity to bring about positive
change."
FEA is putting the one-
minute spot on 34 radio sta-
tions from south Florida to


the Panhandle. The ads
began airing Aug. 14 and run
through November. It can be
heard by visiting the I Pledge
Web site at www.ipledge-
florida.com.
The ad begins with the
new governor being wel-


comed by his staff amid the
sounds of news cameras and
reporters who have assem-
bled in the governor's office
for his first day on the job.
"What's all this?" the gover-
nor asks as he sees the stack
of I Pledge cards sent in by


Floridians. After telling him
about the pledge cards, the
woman welcoming the gov-
ernor says, "Oh governor,
you took the pledge, didn't
you?"
An announcer then gives
details about the campaign
and asks Floridians to visit
the I Pledge Web site to take
the pledge.
The campaign calls on the
next governor and legisla-
tors to improve our schools
by supporting:
Smaller class sizes for
Florida's children.
Competitive pay for
teachers and other public
school employees.
Adequate funding for
our public schools.
Support for struggling
public schools not private
school vouchers.
In 2002 voters passed the
class size amendment,
demanding that the legisla-
ture fix Florida's overcrowd-
ed classrooms. Florida con-
tinues to rank low nationally
in high school graduation
rates, public school funding
and teacher pay.
A St. Petersburg Times poll
published in April showed a
majority of Floridians sup-
port smaller classes, oppose
private school vouchers and
dislike the use of the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test to reward or penalize
schools.
"This campaign is all
about our children's future,
and nothing should be more
important for our next gov-
ernor," Ford said. "The time
has come to do right by our
public schools and Florida's
next generation." More
information can be found at
www.ipledgeflorida.com.


Parthenon


announces

September

honorees
Parthenon Healthcare of
Crestview is pleased to
announce that Ira Haskins
has been selected as the
Resident of the Month and
CNA Tameka Edwards has
been selected Employee of
the Month for September
2006.
Ira was born in
Covington, Ind. on Sept. 13,
1917. Mr. Haskins was mar-
ried to Myrtle
Haskins for
60 years and
they had four
sons.
In the past
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going hunt-
ing and col- Ira Haskins
lecting old
coins. He
enjoys play-
ing bingo,
and socializ-
ing with the
residents and
staff at PHC. .
Ira is a joy Tameka
to all the staff Edwards
at Parthenon Healthcare.
Congratulations for being
selected as the Resident of
the Month for September.
Tameka was born in
Milton, Fla. on March 22,
1976 and raised in
Crestview, Fla. She has been
married for almost two
years to Craig, and is the
proud mother of two chil-
dren, a son, Ke'Andre, and a
daughter, Janiya. Tameka
states she enjoys reading
and spending her free time
with her family and friends.
She attended the CNA class
at Parthenon, and upon
completion of the class
became certified and has
been employed for over a
year and a half at our facili-
ty.
Tameka stated what she
likes most about her job at
PHC is taking care of her
residents and working with
her fellow coworkers.
Parthenon Healthcare of
Crestview staff and resi-
dents want to thank Tameka
for her hard work and dedi-
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NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Today
Middle school volleyball
Davidson at Ruckel, 3:30 p.m.
Pryor at Richbourg, 3:30 p.m.
Middle school cross country
Davidson and Liza Jackson at
Lewis, 3 p.m.
Richbourg and Meigs at St. Mary, 3
p.m.
Thursday
Volleyball
Crestview at Tate, 6 p.m.
East Hill at Laurel Hill, 6 p.m.
Cross country
Baker and Laurel Hill at Walton,
3:30 p.m.
Boys golf
Crestview at Miracle Strip
Invitational. 7:30 a.m. at Fort Walton
Beach
Girls golf
Crestview at Miracle Strip
Invitational, 7:30 a.m. at Fort Walton
Beach
Junior varsity football
Crestview at Navarre, 5 p.m.
Baker at Bozeman, 6 p.m.
Freshman football
Crestview at Navarre, 7 p.m.
Middle school football
Ruckel vs. Davidson, 6 p.m. at
Crestview High School
Richbourg at Destin, 6 p.m.
Friday
Football
Lake City Christian Academy at
Crestview, 7 p.m. (WAAZ-FM 104.7)
Bozeman at Baker, 7:30 p.m.
(WTJT-FM 90.1)

NOAH golf
The North. Okaloosa
Humane Society charity golf
tournament will take place
Sept. 22 at Foxwood'Country
Club. Shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Format is tour person scram-
ble. Players may sign up
individually or with a team.-
Entry forms available at
Foxwood or via email from
twtgolf@cox.net or
lalti@gulf.net. Field is open
to first 30 teams or 120 play-
ers. Cost is $40 ($30- for
Foxwood members) and
includes hot dog, chips and a
soft drink. Numerous door
prizes and contests. Hole
sponsors are needed. Call
(850) 682-0705 for more
information.

Auto racing
Emerald Coast Dragway
in Holt will be closed this
weekend. The track is sched-
uled to conduct regular Test
& Tune and Grudge Racing
Sept. 29. The facility will hold
an NHRA Bracket Racing
double points event to con-
clude the points season on
Sept. 30.
For details, contact the
track at (850) 537-7223 or
visit the track Web site at
www.emeraldcoastdrag-
way.com.

11U baseball
An 11U travel baseball
team is looking for an addi-
tional pitcher and catcher.
Youths who will not turn 12"
before April 30, 2007, may
schedule a tryout by calling
499-2675 or 501-3513.

10U softball
A U10 fast pitch softball
team is looking for players
from Crestview and sur-
rounding areas. Tryout is
Sept. 23. For details, contact
Lynn Holcomb at (850) 902-
0865, or call Sport 2000 at
(850) 682-4574.

Sheriff's golf
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Golf Tournament
will take place Oct. 27 at
Fort Walton Beach
Municipal Golf Course.
Proceeds benefit the Florida
Sheriff's Youth Ranches.
Shotgun start at noon.
Format is Florida Lowball
four person scramble.
Registration options are
$400 for a Silver Sponsor
(registration for four golfers
plus a hole sponsorship) or
$220 per team/$55 per play-
er. Entry fee includes cart,
lunch and refreshments. For
details, call (850) 609-3046
or (850) 651-7410.

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'Iron Women' forging a winning season


numbers as Baker's middle
hitters. Kali Flanders and
Sydney- and Whitney
Boutwell typically lead the
Gators in digs, but could
pop up anywhere on the
court.
It all works because the
Gators have developed natu-
ral athletic abilities and
mindsets from years of play-
ing sports together.
"We work so well togeth-
er, and we've been together
for so many years," Whitney
Boutwell said. "Since ele-
mentary school, we've been
playing basketball and vol-
leyball and softball and stuff
together."
Combest and Harrison
knew they might have some-
See BAKER, page 5B


Ken NelservThe News Bulletn
(L-R) Baker's Kali Flanders, Apryl Crawford and Kendria Young
wait to receive a serve during a match against Laurel Hill.


No. 4 in Class 2A
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

BAKER Kathy
Combest and Kim Harrison
don't have much company
on the Baker volleyball
bench this fall.
The Gator coaches have
successfully utilized a seven-
player rotation during the
2006 season. Two Baker play-
ers rotate in and out at mid-
dle hitter. The other five
Gators play all the way
around.
Baker's "Iron Women"
started this week with a 12-1
record and the No. 4 state
ranking in Class 2A.


"We're better than I
thought we would be,"
Sydney Boutwell said. "I did-
n't think it would go like this
because we were so small. I
felt like other teams would
be gigantic and would intim-
idate us. But we keep our
intensity up and we beat
them."
Combest has used short
rotations in the past -
including a six-player rota-
tion one year but the cur-
rent Gator players' all-
around skills pose a different
look for Baker opponents.
Chelsea Combest or
Kendria Young might dig,
set and attack all in the same
point. Preslee Maki and
Apryl Crawford rack up big


High school football: Week 5




I Familiar face


Kent Buckner/Special to the News Bulletin
Former Florida State and NFL player Tamarick Vanover watch-
es his Lake City Christian Academy team warm up Sept. 15 at
Baker. Vanover brings his team to Crestview on Friday.


Former FSU star

Vanover leading

a new program
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Tamarick Vanover once
flew down the sidelines as a
wide receiver S-and- lkick-
returner for the Florida State
Seminoles and in the NFL.
He now stalks the side-
lines as the head coach of the
Lake City Christian
Academy high school foot-
ball team.
Vanover brought his War
Eagles to Baker on Sept. 15,
where the Gators gave Lake
City Christian a 40-0 football
lesson.
The War Eagles return to
the area on Friday for a
game at undefeated
Crestview. The games in
north Okaloosa County kick
off Lake City's four-game
road trip that also includes a
game in Foley, Ala.
"Since our team is in its
first year and can't go to the
playoffs, I said I would take
my team on the road and get
used to different environ-
ments so we'll be ready," said
Vanover, whose team won its
first two games before the
setback at Baker.


A traditional cheer needs


First, a disclaimer: I've
subjected those around me to
the following rant for almost
15 years. This is nothing
against the Crestview fans
who enthusiastically cheered
the Bulldogs football team to
its victory at Pace on Sept.
15.
The chant went up from
the Crestview cheering sec-
tion as time wound down in
Pace's Patriot Field last
Friday with the Bulldog
football team ahead by a 21-
3 score.
"Over-rated ... Over-
rated ... Over-rated."
It was like fingernails on
a chalkboard to my ears.
The "overrated" chant
never has made sense to
me.
Pace was overrated?
Crestview's own fans say
the Bulldogs didn't really


beat the No. 4 team in Class
4A after all?
If anything, CHS fans
should hope the Patriots
were underrated. If Pace real-
ly should be ranked, say,
No. 2 in the state, then that
means the Dawgs would be
No. 1.
The "overrated" chant
only serves to diminish
one's own accomplishments!
That said, we still need a
good chant for fans to start
up at the end of a victory
against a highly-ranked
team.
A few suggestions, all of
which will fit in the same
cadence as the "0" word.
"We beat Number Four!"
- Or Number One, or
Number Seven, or whatever
ranking is held by the team
about to get beat. The chant
would get the same message


Passing

Shots

Kyle
Wright

across as the "overrated"
cheer. The chant also would
show that the fans took the
time to research the correct
ranking in preparation for
the victory celebration.
"Win streak over!" -
Chances are, a team with a
lofty state ranking will have
something of a winning
streak going. Pace, for exam-
ple, had won 14 straight reg-
ular season games. Let the
losing team's fans know
their streak is over.
"Stay on topic!" Often,
the fans of the losing team


Lake City Christian (2-1)
at Crestview (3-0), 7 p.m.
Bozeman (0-4) at Baker
(3-1), 7:30 p.m.
See preview on Page 3B

"I didn't want to play
teams we knew we could
beat or teams in a similar sit-
uations. We hope it will pay
off next year."
Local Florida State fans
remember Vanover as a star
kick returned and wide
receiver for the Seminole
teams of the early 1990s. He
played for FSU's national
championship team in 1993.
Vanover went on to spend
five seasons with the NFL's
Kansas City Chiefs. He
returned a kickoff for a
touchdown in his first NFL
game, helping the Chiefs to a
win in Seattle. He would
score eight special teams TDs
during his career.
Vanover said he always
"had a vision" about some-
day running his own pro-
gram. He uses some of the
lessons he learned from
Florida State coach Bobby
Bowden.
"The one thing I took
from Coach Bowden is that
you've got to go out and
play every play like it's your


last play," Vanover said.
"And that's what I try to
instill in my guys, but like
I've said, we are young and
undisciplined. Hopefully, as
we mature, things will
change for us."
Vanover still sees Coach
Bowden when he attends
Florida State games, but they
rarely talk football.
"There is no question that
Tamarick knows a lot about
football," Bowden told the
News Bulletin on Tuesday.
"He's played at the very
highest level in both college
and the NFL. I'm happy that
he seems to have gotten his
life on track and I think he
could offer a lot to a young
person, in terms of not losing
sight of what is important.
"If I was playing his team,
I think I'd watch out for the
kick returned."
Vanover began to get
involved with the football
scene in Lake City after a
See VANOVER, page 3B


a little change


will start a counter-cheer to
distract attention from the
losqs at hand. A group of fans
might chant, "More state
titles!" if their school has
more overall championships
than the team about to beat
them. Another popular tactic
is to chant something like,
"Wait'til baseball!" if a
school knows its will have
better luck in another sport.
Force the losing team to deal
with the present by chanti-
ng, "Stay on topic!"
"We are Number 'e to the
2 pi i!"' One of my
friends swears MIT students
use this chant when the
Fighting Rocket Scientists
(actually, it's the Engineers)
win a sporting event. "e to
the 2 pi i" equals one, so the
students actually are saying,
"We are Number One!" in a
very rocket scientist-like
manner.


(It doesn't have much of a
rhythm to it, but it definitely
would confuse and quiet the
opposing sidelines).
I'm not trying to be a
killjoy. Fans from the city
school in my hometown area
traditionally chanted, "Start
your tractor!" in the direc-
tion of their small-school
opponents every year dur-
ing the district basketball
tournament. I didn't like it
at the time. In retrospect, it
was pretty funny. Such
chants are part of the game.
For the sake of my ears,
though, please use anything
but the "0" cheer.
It's highly overrated.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Sports Editor. He can
be reached at (850) 682-6524,
or by e-mail at
kwright@crestviewbulletin.com.


contact us


Visit the Crestview News Bulletin Web site at Email News Bulletin Sports Editor Kyle Wright
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name," Vanover said. "Not
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asked him if he would lead
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them, with him being an FSU
grad and being a big name
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Crestview senior lineman
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ward to Vanover's visit to
Jack Foster Stadium on
Friday.
"It will be awesome,"
Reeves said. "But I wouldn't
be afraid to play against Bear
Bryant. You've got to put all
the fear out of your mind
because fear is something
that will hold you back."

Managing Editor Steve
Andrews contributed to this
story.


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Quick facts: Lake City Christian Academy is an independ-
ent program. ... The War Eagles are fielding a varsity football
team for the first time since 1999. ... Lake City Christian lost 40-
0 at Baker last week. ... The War Eagles average 24.7 points,
and allow 26.0. ... Demetrius Scippio led Lake City Christian
with 38 rushing yards against Baker. ... Kiambi Staples is the
War Eagles' quarterback. ... Jeremiah Thomas had a big game
in Lake City Christian's Sept. 1 victory against Mount Dora Bible.
... The War Eagles' coach is Tamarick Vanover, a former Florida
State and NFL player.... Crestview is a District 2-4A program. ...
The Bulldogs won 21-3 at then-Class 4A No. 4 Pace last week.
... Crestview seeks its first 4-0 start since 2002. ... The Bulldogs
average 26.6 points, and allow 5.3. ... Stephen Thrash (152
yards on 23 carries, 3 TDs), Calvin Siler (145 yards on 30 car-
ries, 3 TDs), John Robinson (97 yards on 27 carries, 3 TDs) ...
Leading passer: Joe Thigpen (28 for 35, 366 yards, 1 TD) ...
Leading receivers: Kyle Harrington (6 catches for 118 yards, 1
TD), Shaun Cobb (4 catches for 66 yards). ... Leading tacklers:
Kyle Harrington 36 (17 solos), J.L. Thomason 33 (11 solos),
Randy McKee 21 (6 solos). ... J.L. Thomason has four sacks...
Nathan Johnson and Randy McKee have three sacks each....
James Amos has two interceptions. ... Nick Jewell has convert-
ed all 11 of his extra points attempts and is 1 for 3 on field goals.
... Crestview had no injuries of note as of Tuesday afternoon.
CrestvJew coach Matt Brunson's keys to the game: "We
would like to keep our wining streak going. Hopefully our defense
will continue to play well and hopefully we'll get our offense going
and put some points on the board."
If you go: Crestview High School's Jack Foster Stadium is
located at 1250 North Ferdon Boulevard in Crestview.

Bu.wnmani (0-4) at Baker (3-1)
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Last meeting: First meeting
Quick facts: Bozeman is a District 2-2B program. ... The
Bucks fell 42-0 at Chipley last week.... Bozeman's program is in
its second varsity season and its first with seniors. ... The Bucks
,have lost 12 of 13 games in the program's history, with nine of the
losses by shutout. ... Bozeman averages 4.3 points, and allows
36.3. ... The Bucks' opponents have a combined record of 11-4.
... Receivers Brett Shumate and Troy Stanford scored Bozeman's
touchdowns during a 34-17 loss Sept. 1 against Cottondale ....
Other key players: Andrew Brannon (QB), Corey Nelson (RB),
Mason Bennett (RB) and Matt Lyon (DL). ... Baker is a District 1-
2B program. ... This is Baker's Homecoming game.... The Gators
shut out Lake City Christian Academy 40-0 last week, posting
their first shutout since 2001.... Baker has won three straight. ...
The Gators seek their first four-game winning streak since 2001.
... Baker averages 23.5 points, and allows 16.5. ... Leading rush-
ers: Billy Whatmough (237 yards on 48 carries, 2 TDs), Caleb
Jordan (167 yards on 32 carries, 3 TDs), David Langston (153
yards on 8 carries, 1 TD), Cameron Domangue (138 yards on 27
carries, 3 TDs). ... Leading passer: Laine Barnhill (27 of 54, 400
yards, 1 TD, 4 INTs). ... Leading receivers: Ben Griffith (7 catch-
es for 142 yards), Josh Beck (9 catches for 90 yards), Kellan
Meeks (5 catches for 70 yards, 1 TD). ... Leading tacklers: Travis
Peoples 29 (16 solos), Ben Griffith 21 (6 solos), Cameron
Domangue 18 .(9, solos), Joe Smith 17 .(6 solos). ... Braden
Jenkins has 3.5 sacks and 4.5 tackles for loss. ... Ben Griffith has
2 sacks and 5 tackles for loss. ... David Beqk has converted 8 of
10 extra point attempts. ... Billy Whatmough was evaluated for a
shoulder injury on Monday. As of Monday morning, he was not
expected to play against Bozeman.
Baker coach Bob Kellogg's keys to the game: "They
were very similar to us when I scheduled them. They rely more
on their strength than the speed factor. I think the game will be
determined by who executes the best. They are probably hungry
for a win, which might work in their favor, but I hope we are still
hungry as well."
If you go: Baker School's Doug Griffith Memorial Stadium I is
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Below is a ranking of all of the high school football teams in Florida, based on a corrputer formula cre-
ated by News Bulletin Sports Editor Kyle Wright. A team's ranking is determined by evaluating how it would
perform against a hypothetical "average" team. The No. 1 team, Glades Central, would defeat an "average"
team by 36.667 points. The No. 511 team, Brevard Christian, would lose against an "average" team by 40.833
points. Teams with a ranking of "N/A" have not provided sufficient data to receive a rating.


No. Team
1 Glades Cent.
2 Pine Castle Chr.
3 Trinity Cath. (0)
4 Nease
5 N. Ft. Myers
6 Eagle's View:,
7 Mia. NW
8 Plr.al.Cion
9 holy Trin E-p
10 lmmrlal ee
11 Bolles
12 Tampa Cath.
13 Edgewater
14 Pahokee
15 Armwood
16 Glades Day
17 Apopka ,
18 Ft. Meade
19 Belen
20 Jefferson
21 Mia. S'ridge
22 Cocoa
23 Clewiston
24 Wash. (Pens.)
25 N. Marion
26 \'.,ilry Cnr
27 Dare Cr,
28 Lakeland.

'-I0 i lli.-, .r,_
31 Harmony
32 Palm Bay
33 Godby
34 Trinity Chr. (J)
35 Hardee
36 Atlantic (DR:
37. Lafayette
38 Eustis
39 Ri6,ri'ew
.40 FiisIprool
41 Lake Brantley
42 St. Thom. Aq.
S43 Tavares
44 Hillsborough
45 Dwyer
46 Lake G.uson
47 Piar.l
S3 W Boca Ralon
49 :'.Ciumbia
50 Cnarmnaae-
51 Boker
52 CRESTVIEW
52 Moore
54 Providence Chr.
55- Bsriarr.i Tr
56 Hme-iiil ad
57 Ano Jackson
58 Roal Pairm B.-:h
59 N Mia Bch
60 Nonhvlew
61 Pens. Cath.
62 Martin Co.
63 Gibbons
64 Kathleen
65 Merritt Isl.
66 E GaC,3aen
67 FI Cr.r i.FMi
68 Maa;orn Co
69 Larigo
70 LeeSl'urg
71 St. John Luth.
72 S. Broward
73 Cypress Lake
74 Seabreeze
75 S. Fork
76 Wasn (Mia)
77 Fal.. B.:n Gdns
-6 riplac .z.
'79 CountrysOeia
10 Mia Killian
80 Pine Forest
82 Marianna
83 Sarasota
84 Keystone Hts.
85 St. Augustine
86 Mandarin-
87 Gulf '
88 New Smyr. Bch.
89, Northeast (OP),
90 Cape Coral ,
91 Mainland
91 Pemb. Pines Chtr.
93 Winter Park
94 Timber Crk.
95 Osceola (K)
96 Milton
97 Orange Park
98 AstronaUt
99 Port St. Joe
100 SI Jrnn Naeu.
101 Pensacola
-102 Dunedin
102 Land O'Lakes
104 Mia. Jackson
105 S. Sumter
106 First Acad.
107 Episcopal
108 Kenny
109 Temple Chr.
109 Wewahitchka
111 Trinity Chr. (D)
112 Mosley
113 Okeechobee
114 Lely
115 Wharton
116 Northside Chr.
117 Osceola. (S)
118 S Dade
119 Fla Air
120 RIvervlew (S)
121 Middleton
122 Haines City ,
122 Oviedo
124 Chiles
125 LaSalle
125 Out-of-Door
127 CentennIal.;
128 Bellevlew
128 Cypress Bay
18o Varela


No. Team
131 Golden Gate
132 Mia. Central
133 Warner Chr.
134 Am. Heritage (PI)
135 Columbus
136 Baker Co
137 Jupiter Chi.
138 Carraoelle
139 Newman
140 Baysiae
141 Fleming IsI.
142 Calv. Chr. (FL)
143 N. Fla. Chr.
144 Woodham
145 S. Lake
146 Avon Park
147 Charlotte
148 Lake Wortn
148 ULibeny Co
150 S Plantation
151 Ft. Myers
152 Buchholz
153 Miramar
154 W. Port
155 Wesley Chpl.
156 Hemanoo Chr
157 Ed While
158 Sandaiwood
'159 Mia Norand '
irT rloor,:-?5i(' _P'
161 Barron Collier
162 FSU
163 Clearwater CC
163 Ely
165 Villages
166 Snydeai
167 Zepnyrniills
168 Raines
169 Dr. Phillips
170 Colonial
171 Deerfield Bch.
171 Gaither
173 Walton
174 E. Ridge
175 Sebastian RIV.
175 T.iusmille
177 Boone
178 Boca Ratort
179 Soulheasi
180 Deltona
181 Carroll
181 W. Nassau
183 Lakewood
184 Dillard
184 Manatee
186 Bradloid
186 E Bay
186 Ridgenood
189 Bicunli.,,wn
190 Palmeno
191 Boca Ciega
191 Msr. Pace
193 Hawthorne
194 Sebring
194 Agape Christian
196 Mia McAinr N
197 Mia Carol City
198 Wakulia
199 Mia. Edison
200 Canterbury
201 Mia. Palmetto
202 Newberry
203 Coconut Crk.
204 First Coast
205 Baldwin
206 Barto*
207 Fi Wrnie
208 Winier Haven
209 Bay Po.nl
210 Palmetto Rdge
211 Dunnellon
212 Fla. Chr. (M)
213 Ocoee
214 E. Lake
215 Keswick Chr.
216 Bay I
216 Suwannee
218 Cambriage "
?19 Key West
220 Arnold
220 Coral Gables
222 Dunbar
223 Eastside
223 St. Andrews
225 Cottondale
225 Escambia
227. Evans. -
228 Flanagan *
228 McCarthy
230 Evangelical Chr.
231 Space Coast
232 Fletcher
233 Park Vista
234 Dixie Co.
235 Coral Reef
,236 Yulee :
237 Meoumrne
237 Palir Bch Cent.
239 Vero Beach
240 Mariner
241 Robinson
242 Boyd And.
243 Pace
244 Trinity Prep
245 Jefferson Co.
246 Jesuit
246 Sprlngstead
248 Freedom (i)
249 Hollywood His.
250 Mia, Cntry. Day
251 Tate
252 JI. Leonard
253 Clay
254 Merritt Isl. Chr.
254 Navarre
256 DeSolo Co
257 Maier Acad
'258 Am. Heritage (DB)
259 Western
260 Englewood


Rating
8.500
8.444,
8.417
8.375
8.167
8.021
8 000
7.917
7.778
7.750
7.667
7.563
7.500
7.361
7.292
7.188
7.125
7.000
7 000
6 944
6.938
6.875
6.861
6.833
6.604
6.500
6.472
6.438
6417

6.250
6.229
6.125
6.125
6.083
6028
6.000
5 979
5 958
5 938
5.917
5.917
5.583
5.438
5.375
5375
5 333
5 ?232
5 139
5 042
5.000
5.000
4.708
4.667
4 66"
4 583
4 583
4 583
4479
4 417
4.313
4.313
4.292
4.278
4.278
4 111
3938
3 521
3.479
3417
3.313
3.278
3.188
3.042
3.000
2 938
2.889
2861
2 833
2771
2 729
2.646
2.542
2.500
2.479
2438
2.438
2417
2.271
2 250
2.250
2.083
1.833
1.833
1.813
1 813
1 778
1.611
1 611
1 604
1.563
1.438
1.250
1.208
1.188
1.146
1.125'
1.125.
0.979
0:938
0.750
0.729
0.708
0.694
0.667
0.500
0.500
0.479
0 396
0.306
0.250
0.222
0.146
0.083
0.083
0.063
-0 194
-0.271
-0.333
-0.354


No. Team
260 W. Orange
262 Bradenton Prep
263 Flagler PIm. Cst.
264 LaBelle
265 Gainesville
266 Coral Glades
267 W Gadsden
268 Freeport
269 Everglades
270r Gulliver Prep
271 Forrest
271 Lincoln
273 St. Joseph
274 Monarch
275 Olympia
276 King
277 Choctaw
278 Umarilla
278 University (FL)
280 Holmes Co.
281 CrI. Spgs. Chtr.
282 Alonso
283 Benjamin
283 Gateway
285 Sneads
286 Rooen E Lee
287 Vanguard
288Celebraqoq:
269-Fr PleiceCeni.
29gr Rannom El .r
.291 Rockledge
292 Palm Bch. Lks.
293 BAKER
294 Lyman
295 Upperroom Chr.
296 Santaluces
297 Dixie Hollins
297 Bradaock
299 Jay
300 Ft. Walton Bch.
301 Lakeland Chr.
302 Hialeah
302 Terry Parker
304 Newsome
304 University Chr.
306 Jupiler
307 Arl Counlry Day
308 Chipley
309 Taylor Co
310 Mitchell
311 Citrus
311 Hernando
313 Parkway
314 Spruce Crk.
315 FAMkJ
316 Chamberlain
317 Stranahan
318 Venice
319 Palm Harbor U
320 Cent Fla Chr.
321 Mia. Springs
322 Ft. Pierce W'wd.
323 Wildwood
324 Coral Shores
325 Nature Coast
326 Niceville
326 Winter Sprilngs
328 Si Edwards
329 Palatka
330 Taravelia
331 Pasco
332 Tampa Baptist
333 Sem. Ridge
334 Ind. Rocks Chr.
334 Lake Placid
836 Santa Fe
337 Jensen Bcr.
338 Wollson
339 Hialeah-ML
340 American
341 ..amiranleiSe e)
341 St. Petersburg
343 Lake Mary
344 Orangewd. Chr.
345 Dr. Krop
345 Si Pele Catholic
347 N Miami
348 S Miami
349 Mia Sunset
350 Clearwater
351 Leon
352 Wellington
353 Union Co.
354 Marathon
355 Boynton Bch.
356 Eslero
357 Palmer Trinity
358 Lake Wales
358 Plant City
360 R,veidale
361 Lake Region
362 Goleman
363 Berkeley
364 Blake
365 P.K. Yonge
366 Interlacnen
367 Shorecrest
368 Lake Weir
369 S. Walton
370 Hilliard
371 Master's
372 DeLand
372 John Paul II
374 Auburndale
375 Pine Crest
376, Crescent City
377 Potter's House
378 Mt Dora Bible
379 Lake High Prep
380 West. Chr.
381 Piper
382 Ft. Lauderdale
383 Lake Howell
384 Central
385 Calv. Chr. (CI)
386 Port Charlotte
387 Tarpon Spr.
388 W. Oaks
389 Cocoa Bch.
390 Gulf Breeze


Rating
-0.354
-0.444
-0.458
-0.500
-0.563
-0.625
.0.667
-0.688
0.694
-0 708
-0.750
-0.750
-0.896
-1.000
-1.063
-1.146
-1.188
-1.250
-1.250
-1.375
-1.396
-1.472
-1.500
-1.500
-1.583
-1 611
-1.625
.4
.: 0'8
-2.083
-2.111
-2.333
-2.375
-2.417
2 500
-2.563
-2 583
-2.722
-2.750
-2.778
-2.917
-2.917
-3.125
-3.125
-3.222
-3.333
-3.396
.3417
-3 667
-3.750
-3.750
-3.778
-3.833
3 944
-4063
-4 222
-4 229
-4 250
-4.306
-4.354
-4.375
-4.625
-4.722
-4.750
-4.875
-4 875
-4 896
-4 917'
-4.958
-5.333
-5.354
-5.375
-5.417
-5.417
-5.479
'-5.563 '

-5.667.
-5,722
-5.729
-5.729
-5.750
-5.792
-5.875
-5875
-6 222
-6 250
.6.625
-6 688
-6.750
-6.792
-6.813
-6.972
-7.000
7 056
-7 111
-7 167
-7 167
-7625
-7.694
-7.750
-7.833
-7.917
-8.083
-8.139
-8.188
.8 292
-8.313
8444
-8.472
-8.500
-8.500
-8.563
-8.646
. -8.806
-8.813
-9.021
9.063
-9.222
-9.250
-9.313
-9.375
-9.500
-9.611
-9;625
-9.667
-9.750
-9.813
-10.083


No. Team
391 University (0)
392 Douglas
393 Ridgeview
394 Matanzas
395 Father Lopez
396 N Port *
:, 397 Plnellas Park
398 Seminole (SB.)
399 Port St. Lucie
400 Inlet Grove
401 Gracevllle
402 Oak Hall
403 Mulberry
404 Olympic Hts.
405 Sickles
406 Lakewood Rch.
407 Bayshore
408 Boca Raton Chr.
409 Luke City Chr.
410 Coral Springs
410 Suncoast
412 Aucilla Chr.
413 McLaughlin


Rating
-10.125
-10.208
-10.313
-10.389
-10.444
-10.667
-10 750
-10.813
-10.854
-10.875
-11.000
-11.292
-11.306
-11.375
-11.417
-11 528
-11.556
-11.611
-11.889
-12.111
-12.111
-12.167
-12.188


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36.667
36.333
34.896
33.708
31.167
30 688
30250
30.000
29 438
28 750
28.479
28.313
a7.139
25.806
25.625
2'5 438
24 938
2-3 792
23 ill
22 396
22.354
22.333
22.139
21.833
21.667
21 313
21 194
.21 r000

V, 33
20.813
20.583
20.458
19.917
19.813
19 606
19 556
19 438
19.278
18833
18.313
18.222
17.917
17.750
17.111
16 -50
16639
16611
16.563
16 444
16.361
16.333
16.333
16.250
16.188
ie 056
16 'K0'
1 750
15578
15.375
15.333
15.313
15.125
15.021
14.854
14 792
14 625
1 4 500
14 417
14 250
14.000
13.750
13.667
13.625
13.500
13417
13333
1 104
12 I96
12813
12.813
12.521
12.444
12.333
12.313
:12.104'
12.000
11 875
11 861
11 688
11.667
11.667
11.563
11.521
11.479
.11.438
11.167'
11.146.
11.063.
11.028
11.000
10.917
10.917
10.813
10.688
10.625
10.479
10.333
10.167

10.167
10.083
10.063
9.875
9.854
9.688
9.61i
9.500
9.188
9.139
9.111
9.063
9.000
9.000
8.771
8.750
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FOOTBALL
District standings
District 2-4A
District All
Team W-L W-L
Crestview 0-0 3-0
Fort Walton Beach 0-0 2-2
Navarre 0-0 2-2
Choctawhatchee 0-0 1-3
Sept. 15
Crestview 21, Pace 3
Columbia (Lake City) 45,
Choctawhatchee 7
Fort Walton Beach 12, Tate 7
Milton 43, Navarre 21
Sept. 22
Lake City Christian Academy at
Crestvlew, 7 p.m. (WAAZ-FM 104.7)
Choctawhatchee at Milton
Satsuma (Ala.) at Fort Walton Beach
Holmes County at Navarre
District 1-2B
District All
Team W-L W-L
Northview 0-0 4-0
Baker 0-0 3-1
South Walton 0-0 1-3
Sept. 15
Baker 40, Lake City Christian
Academy 0
Northview 39, Holmes County 7
South Walton 29, John Paul II Catholic
(Tallahassee) 18
Sept. 22
Bozeman at Baker, 7:30 p.m. (WTJT-
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Marianna at Northview
Cottondale at South Walton .
VOLLEYBALL
Sept. 12
Creatview 3, Pace 2
Crestview 27 25 23 20 15
Pace 25 11 25 25 10
Crestview statistics Kills: Jamia Akins
12, Jessica Long 7, Courtney Haines 5. Digs:
Courtney Haines 5. Assists: Amy Katzman 22.
Blocks: Jessica Long 4, Nicole Lovering 4.
Aces: Brittany Zellars 6, Sarah Smith 5.
Baker 3, Laurel Hill 0
Laurel Hill 16 15 13
Baker 25 25 25
Laurel Hill statistics Kills: Katie Free
7. Blocks: Katie Free 3. Digs: Katie Free 4,
Amanda King 4. Aces: Amanda King 5.
Baker statistics Kills: Chelsea
Combest 10, Apryl Crawford 8, Preslee Maki
7, Kendria Young 6. Blocks: Preslee Maki 3.
Aces: Preslee Maki 3, Whitney Boutwell 3.
Digs: Sydney Boutwell 11, Kall Flanders 7,
Chelsea Combest 5, Whitney Boutwell 4,
Kendria Young 4. Assists: Chelsea Combest
15, Kendria Young 11.
Sept. 14
Baker 3, Pensacola Christian 0
Pensacola Christian 8 17 16.
Baker 25 25 25
Baker statistics Kills: Preslee Maki
16, Chelsea Combest 8, Kendria Young 8,
Whitney Boutwell 6, Apryl Crawford 6.
Blocks: Preslee Maki 7, Apryl Crawford 3.
Digs: Sydney Boutwell 13, Kall Flanders 10,
Whitney Boutwell 9, Chelsea Combest 6,
Kendria Young 6. Assists: Chelsea Combest
18, Kendria Young 15.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Laurel Hill's Alicia Blocker send a pass back into the court
Sept. 12 during the Hobo volleyball team's match at Baker. The
Gators won the match in three games.


Sept. 16
Niceville Tournament
Crestvlew def. Moody
Wakulla def. Crestview
Maclay def. Crestvlew
District standings
District 1-5A
Team W
Nicevllle 5
Fort Walton Beach 5
Choctawhatchee 4
Tate 2
Crestvlew 1
Pace 1
District 1-2A
Team W
Baker 2
Freeport 2


Pensacola Christian 1 2
Jay 0 3
District 1-1A
Team W L
Laurel Hill 1 0
Rocky Bayou 1 0
Central 1 1
East Hill 0 2
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Sept. 14
At Freeport
Baker 1. Chad Lawhon 20:08. 10.
Matt Wilde 22:57. 13. Ned Babbitt 23:25.
19. Austin Lassiter 24:26. 22. Ryan
Lewellen 24:43. 27. Dwight Fisher 25:44.
29. Brandon Ates 26:02. 39. Zach Baxter
30:26.


Laurel Hill 11. AJ Whitten 23:25. 21.
Ray Pate 24:28. 24. Daniel Fortune 25:01.
30. Cory Becker 26:40. 33. Joey Okkema
28:06.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Sept. 14
At Freeport
Baker 16. Erin Grundel 33:54.
Laurel Hill 4. Sally Feagins 27:17. 9.
Alllcia Griggs 31:47.
BOYS GOLF
Sept. 12
Fort Walton Beach 164, Choctawhatchee
164, Creatvlew 167, NIcevllle 169
(At Adara Golf Club)
Crestview Anthony Perez 40, Mike
Taylor 42, Trey Rousseau 42, Brad
Speakman 43.
Sept. 14
Fort Walton Beach 317, Choctawhatchee
319, Crestview 345
(At Pines)
Crestview Brad Speakman 81,
Anthony Perez 83, Mike Taylor 87, Trey
Rousseau 94.
MIDDLE SCHOOL
FOOTBALL
Okaloose County Conference standings
Team W L
Bruner 4 0
Lewis 4 0
Melgs 3 1
Rlchbourg 2 2
Destin 2 2
Davidson 1 3
Pryor 0 4
Ruckel 0 4
Sept. 14
Bruner 48, Davidson 0
Richbourg 42, Pryor 14
Lewis 20, Melgs 16
Destin 7, Ruckel 6
Sept 21
Ruckel vs. Davidson, 6 p.m. at
Crestview High School
Rlchbourg at Destin, 6 p.m.
Meigs vs. Bruner, 6 p.m. at Fort Walton
Beach High School
Pryor vs. Lewis, 6:30 p.m. at Niceville
High School
BOYS BASKETBALL
Seventh grade Ponce de Leon 25,
Baker 24
Eighth grade Baker 39, Ponce de
Leon 36
LOCAL SPORTS
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Sept. 14
1st place (8 under) Neil Thompson,
Werth Pittman, Fred Heller, Jerry Smyrl,
David Smith.
2nd place (8 under) Aaron Daniel,
Ron Magruder, Jimmy Johnson, Darrell
Salter.
3rd place (7 under) Mike Rentals,
David Gansel, Brian Kamrowski, Gene
Kester.
4th place (7 under) Fred Schneider,
Claude Stiles, Jerry Devdy, Howard Mitchell.
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Volleyball
The Class 2A
No. 4 Gators
improved to 12-
1 overall and 2-
0 in District 1-2A play with a
three-game home win Sept.
14 against Pensacola
Christian.
Baker eamed more than
50 of its 75 points in the
match on its own kills and
blocks.
Preslee Maki led the
Gators with 16 kills and
seven blocks.
. Baker played at District 1-
2A rival Jay late Tuesday.

Cross country
Chad Lawhon won the
boys race in 20:08 to help
Baker finish second in the
team standings during a meet
Sept. 14 at Freeport's home
course.


Lawhon has won both of
his races this fall. He covered
the Freeport course in 20:08:
Coaches at the meet say the
course was approximately .4
miles longer than the stan-
dard 3.1 mile cross country
course.

-- Crestvlew-

Volleyball
Crestview
picked up its first
District 1-5A vic-
tory Sept. 12 by
holding on for a five-game tri-
umph at Pace.
The Dawgs (3-7, 1-5) won
the first two games, then won
the fifth game 15-10.
CHS trailed 5-2 and 7-5 in
Game 5, but then won seven
of the next eight points to take
control.
Kelly Balcerak's ace
clinched the win for
Crestview.


CHS went 1-2 on Sept. 16
during a tournament at
Niceville. The Dawgs defeat-
ed -Moody in their opener.
Crestview fell against Wakulla
and Maclay in its final two
matches.
The Dawgs hosted
Niceville late Tuesday.

Boys golf
Crestview played well dur-
ing a home meet Sept. 12.
The Bulldogs finished just
behind Fort Walton Beach
and Choctawhatchee and just
ahead of Niceville during a
meet at Adara Golf Club. The
match was shortened to nine
holes because of inclement
weather.
Anthony Perez led the
Dawgs with a 40 as all four
scoring CHS players scored
between 40 and 43.
Fort Walton Beach and
Choctawhatchee finished well
ahead of the Dawgs during an


18-hole meet Sept. 14 at
Pines. Brad Speakman had
an 81 for Crestview.

-- Laurel Hill -

Volleyball
The Hoboes
(3-8) fell in three
games at Baker
on Sept. 12 in
their only match of the week.
LHS played a key District
1-1A match late .Tuesday at
Rocky Bayou.

Cross country
Laurel Hill competed in a
meet at Freeport on Sept. 14.
Sally Feagins led the Hobo
girls with a fourth-place finish
in her first cross country meet.
Feagins finished the course in
27:17. Allicia Griggs placed
ninth.
AJ Whitten led the LHS
boys with an 11th-place finish
in 23:25.


BAKER, from page 1B


thing special during presea-
son drills.
The Baker coaches would
try to throw or hit the ball to
spots where their players
couldn't get them and
they still tracked down
everything.
"We're scrappy," Whitney
Boutwell said. "We play all
the way around and some-
times it's difficult, but we
pull it out."


Fatigue usually doesn't
present a problem. Partly
because many of Baker's
matches end in the minimum
three games. And partly
because the Gators don't see
much in matches that they
haven't seen during their
workouts.
"It does get pretty tiring
when we have long rallies,"
junior Sydney Boutwell said.
"But eventually, we get used


to it because Coach throws
the ball so quickly at practice
and makes us run after it."'
Baker started this season
with just three players back
from its 2005 regional finalist
team. The Gators affirmative-
ly answered any preseason
doubts with a 10-match win-
ning streak to start the sea-
son. The only loss came
against Class 4A No. 6
Navarre in the championship


match of the Raiders' own
tournament.
"Baker is a very good
team and well deserving of
their ranking and the pub-
licity they get," Laurel Hill
coach Kent Zessin said after
his Hoboes fell against the
Gators on Sept. 12. "Kathy
Combest does an excellent
job with those girls, and
they always come ready to
play."


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AmVets fete Junior Miss Forestry


John Parrott
News Bulletin
Military Reporter

At 12 years of age,
Brittany Smith has accom-
plished more than most peo-
ple twice her age.
Home schooled by her
mother, Kellie Garrett, Smith
is already well on her way to
becoming a woman to be
reckoned with.
"I want to be a marine
biologist," said the young
Crestview resident, who
came in fourth in the
National Forestry Junior
Miss pageant in Tipton, Ga.
She was also named Miss
Hospitality in the same
event.
Brittany had already won
the title Florida Forestry
Junior Miss, and is the first
young woman from Florida
to have made it that far in the
highly competitive National
Forestry contest. The compe-


tuition attracted 47 young con-
testants from around the
country.
The pageant, sponsored
entirely by U.S. Forestry, is
one of the few that actually
has a legitimate agenda.
Recipients are expected to
promote forestry and
forestry products.
It is not a beauty pageant,


but rather a series of tests to
determine who among the
contestants are genuinely
interested in forestry and
forestry management.
Beauty and charm are only a
part of the overall process.
Smith has already gar-


nered more than 27 other
titles relating to her personal-
ity, poise, looks and grace.
She is the current Junior Miss
Old Spanish Trail Festival
Queen, and can add the title
Junior Miss Florida Forestry
to her resume. In her spare


time she is a baton twirler
with the All American Girls.
AmVets Post here in
Crestview is her primary
benefactor, and on Monday,
Sept. 11, 2006 the group's
Ladies Auxiliary honored
Smith with a pair of diamond


earrings and a necklace.
"We are so happy to spon-
sor you," said Pam White,
Programs officer and
spokesperson for the presen-
tation. "You have done us
proud, and we look forward
to next year."


Brittany Smith


Brittany Smith received one of these trophies for fourth place at the
National Forestry Junior Miss Pageant, and the one on the right for
Miss Congeniality. Her knowledge of trees, plant life, and the ecosys-
tem also earned the title of Florida Forestry Junior Miss.
(photo by John Parrott)

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joins the National Arbor Day
Foundation during
September 2006.
The free trees are part of
the nonprofit Foundation's
Trees for America campaign.
"These magnificent wide-
spreading trees will be pic-
turesque additions to your
landscape," John Rosenow,
the Foundation's president,
said. "They were selected
because of the shade and
special beauty they will give
your home. Live oaks grow
rapidly when young and
may live to be centuries old."
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* Obituary

Jennie Olado Zapatos
Jennie Zapatos passed away on Sept. 15, 2006. She was preceded in death
by her husband, Severmo "Mr. Pat" Zapatos. The couple retired to Crestview
20 years ago from Connecticut.
Jennie loved the warm climate in Florida and enjoyed gardening, loved
reading, and was a regular at the Bob Sikes Library. Most of all she loved her
husband Pat, her three children, and her delightful grandchildren.
Jennie is survived by her daughter, Inez Zapatos McCarthy and her htus-
band Jim; her two sons, Phillip LaFlesh and Craig Zapatos and his wife
Margaret; 5 grandchildren; 5 great- grandchildren.
A visitation will be held Thursday, Sept. 21 from 6-7 p.m. at Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home. The funeral service will take place Friday, Sept. 22 at
10:00 a.m. at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home with Reverend Buddy
Duncan officiating. Burial will follow at Barrancas National Cemetery in
Pensacola.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to
Covenant Hospice in Crestview.


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You're family at Harvest Life, Church


Harvest Life Church,
peacefully situated on Old


Bethel Road in Crestview, is
home to big goals, big


The Souled Out Puppet Show delights everyone with their
humorous tactics and upbeat songs. (photo submitted)


visions and big dreams.
Although the world-wide
missions and the outreaches
continue to be an integral
part of the church, Harvest
Life also promotes a friend-
ly family atmosphere.
Recently, Harvest Life
Church sponsored Family
Day, a day to celebrate fam-
ily and friends with an
emphasis on children and
youth. On this particular
day, the children took
charge of praise and wor-
ship, and delighted the con-
gregation with their enthu-
siasm and childlike appeal.
Afterwards, Josh Bitikofer
entertained all with his
incredible juggling ability.


The Sunday service cul-
minated with the awesome
performance of the Souled
Out Puppet Team. Young
and old laughed and sang
along with the zany puppet
characters and upbeat
songs.
Despite the festivities, the
movement of God was evi-
dent by all as we witnessed
a miraculous healing. We at
Harvest Life Church believe
in a miracle working God
and continue to expect
amazing things to happen
through the workings of the
Holy Spirit, to God be all
the praise.
After the service, the
church family and honored
guests gathered around to
eat and enjoy each other's
company. Hamburgers, hot-
dogs and an enormous
selection of side dishes, fruit
and mouth-watering
desserts made a delightful
buffet for all. Children and
the youth gathered to play
games while the rest of us,
who lacked their youthful
energy, sat around in the
shade and enjoyed the food
and companionship.
Harvest Life is a non-
denominational church and
open to all who want to
worship God. Come and see
how the awesome power of
God can impact the lives of
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those who simply come to
Him. We at Harvest Life are
all growing in Christ and
invite you to come and
grow along with us.
Services begin at 10:30 on
Sunday and we would love


to see you there. If you have
any questions about the
church, call Pastor Dale
Walters at 682-6219. You'll
be so glad you did! (story
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Puppet Team (left to right) Jennah Portillo, Tania Eastman,
Becky Hadick, Christi Hadick, Susan Brock, Jacob Portillo,
James Sanders (photo submitted)


TRANSPORTATION PLANNING MEETINGS
(THE PUBLIC IS INVITED)
Okaloosa-Walton Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Meeting
Thursday, September 21, 2006 at 3:00 p.m.
Niceville Community Center 204 N. Partin Drive (SR285)
Niceyille City Hall Complex
The-Agenda will include the following items:
1. PUBLIC HEARING -Adoption of FY2008 FY2012 Project Priorities
2. Adoption of Title VI Complaint Procedures
3. Adoption of 2006 Congestion Management Process (CMP) Plan
4. Endorsement of Transit Development Plan (TDP) Update
5. Approval of new Citizens' Advisory Committee and Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory
Committee Members
6. Approval of Letter to FDOT District 3 Requesting Appointment of Transportation
Proportionate Fair-Share Agreement Contact
7. PUBLIC HEARING This is an opportunity for the public to address the TPO about
transportation issues
Other TPO related meetings currently scheduled for September 21, 2006 include the following:
* TPO Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC) Meeting 9:30 a.m. in Niceville Community Center
* TPO Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) Meeting 1:30 p.m. in Niceville Community Center
* TPO Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) Meeting 11:30 a.m. in Niceville City Hall
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tact Nick Nickoloff at 1-800-226-8914 ext 21.2. Agendas are available at the TPO's website at
http://www.wfrpc.dst.fl.us/owtpo.
The TPO will make reasonable accommodations for access to the meetings in accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act and for language requirements other than English. Please notify Ms. Ellie
Roberts of access or language requirements at 1-800-226-8914 or 850-595-8910 ext 218 at least 48 hours in
advance.


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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2006


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS


Please turn in your communi- WIREGRASS MODEL RAIL-
y news briefs to the News ROAD SHOW: The 15th Annual
bulletin by 5 p.m. on the Wiregrass Model Railroad Show
Thursday prior to publica- and Sale will be held Saturday,
Thursday prior to publica- September 16, from 9 a.m. to 5
tion. p.m. and Sunday, September 17,
SEPTEMBER from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The show
BAKER HOMECOMING site is the main exhibit building at
PARADE: The Baker Gator 2006- the National Peanut Festival
2007 Homecoming Parade will be Fairgrounds, three miles south of
Friday, September 22 at 1:00 p,m. Dothan on US Hwy 231.
Forms for the parade are avail- Admission to the show is $5 for
able in the front office. Deadline for adults and free for children age 12
the forms Is Monday, September and under. For more information,
18th. No latb forms will be accept- contact Danny Lewis at 334-790-
ed. 6284.
CRAFT BAZAAR: A shopper's "ASTHMA AND ITS EFFECTS
paradise! The Eglin Officers, ON SCHOOL CHILDREN": The
Spouses' Club will host its 21st Health & Wellness Committee of
Annual Craft Bazaar on September Crestview Area Chamber of
30th from 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.mr. Commerce is hosting this program
This event is open to the public and on Saturday, September 16 at the
will be held at the Niceville Crestview High School. There will
Community Center. This'will be a be entertainment, door prizes, clas-
wonderful opportunity to do some sic car show, petting zoo, free
early holiday shopping and find that health screenings and program
perfect handcrafted item. speakers.
For more information, please Registration starts at 8:30 a.m.
contact Kim Hoelscher at 850-897- and the program is from 9:00 a.m.
4509 or mkhoelscher@aol.com. to 3:00 p.m. Lunch is free to chil-
PARADISE LOST?: Thinking dren 16 and younger, adult lunches
about Florida's environmental his- are $1.
tory presented by Jack E. Davis, COVENANT HOSPICE VOL-
University of Florida, will be held on UNTEER TRAINING: Covenant
Thursday, September 28 at 12:00 Hospice is seeking compassionate
'p.m. This presentation between volunteers who are interested in
humans and the environment and making a difference in the lives of
between Florida's natural beauty patients and families facing life-lim-
and visions of paradise will be at iting illnesses. Volunteer training
the Heritage Museum of Northwest session 1 will be held from 10:00
Florida, Valparaiso. a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Friday, Sept.
For more information about this 22 and session 2 will be held from
presentation or speaker, contact 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Friday,
Leigh Cominiello at 850-678-2615. Sept. 29. Both training sessions
PANCAKE BREAKFAST: On will be held, at the Covenant
Sunday, Sept. 17, Crestview's Hospice office located at 370 W.
Knights of Columbus Council 7968 Redstone Dr. in Crestview.
will host a pancake breakfast after The volunteer training sessions
the 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Masses at are for those interested in becom-
Our Lady of Victory Catholic ing patient/family volunteers. The
Church in Crestview. training is free and lunch will be
Breakfast will consist of pan- provided. To register or to learn
cakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and more, please contact Donna,
juices. Price of admission is a Chapman at 682-3628 or at
donation. The public is welcome. donna.chapman@covenanthos-
NORTHWEST FLORIDA BAL- pice.org.
LET'S 25TH ANNIVERSARY NUT- GFWC WOMAN'S CLUB OF
CRACKER REUNION: The CRESTVIEW: Interested in helping
Northwest Florida Ballet is calling the community and being part of a
all Clara's, all cast and participants wonderful group of woman? A
of The Nutcracker since the NFB membership tea will be held ,on
first performed this holiday classic September 24, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. in
24 years ago. Anyone who has the clubhouse at 150 Woodlawn,
ever participated in the production Crestview. There will be refresh-
in any capacity as dancer, cos- ments and an informational pro-
tume maker, stage assistants and gram about the club and its pur-
corporate supporters is invited to pose.
come back to the ballet to reunite For more information please
with other members and supporters call, Maryrose Scott at 683-1401 or
Saturday, Sept. 23 from 4 to 6 p.m. Jeanne Gutenmann at 682-9117'
Everyone is welcome to attend "TAKE THE FAMILY DAY
and watch a ,portion of the PLEDGEI": It's such a simple thing
rehearsal of this year's Nutcracker but it can pay big dividends. The
cast. Food and refreshments will more often kids and teens eat din-
be available and memorabilia of ner with their families, the less like-
the first performance of 1981 will ly they are to smoke, drink, and use
featured. _- drugs. Add to that they also get bet-
The NFB is as;k'rg tre onginal Ter grades, haveilower levels of
18eastTiembe-to-.ontoQt.t.-.ct..ess at home, and are at lower-
ballet at,850-664-7787 or e-mail to risk of thoughts of suicide.
Sheila Vaughen. at That's just a few of the many
svaughen@nfballet.org. great reasons that the Okaloosa
The Ballet building is located at County Sheriff's Office and
310 Perry Ave. at Miracle Strip Okaloosa chapter of the "Coalition
Parkway in downtown Fort Walton of a Drug-Free America" are
Beach. Find out more at encouraging local residents to take
www.nfballet.org. part in Family Day on Monday,


September 25th. It's as simple as OKTOBERFEST: The 12th
sitting down together for your annual Oktoberfest. and Arts &
evening meal. Although every day Crafts Festival in Bluewater Bay is
should be Family Day, this is a looking for artists and craftsmen
national effort to promote family interested in selling their work. The
dinners as an effective tool for festival, sponsored by the Mid-Bay
reducing substance abuse among Rotary Club, will be held on Fri.,
children and teens. Sep. 29th from 5 to 10 p.m. and
To learn more, visit the Crime Sat., Sep. 30th from 11 a.m. to 10
Prevention Section of the Okaloosa p.m. Interested persons should call
County Sheriff's Office website, Bert at 897-3190 to obtain an appli-
www.sheriff-okaloosa.org. You can cation. The festival Is open to the
also contact OCSO Crime public with no admission charge.
Prevention Specialist Kathleen BARBERSHOP SHOW: More
Larney at 609-2005 than 80 barbershop singers from
NORTHWEST FLORIDA around the Panhandle will deliver a
BLOOD CENTER: Blood drives for one-time show at Camp
September 18th through 24th, Timpoochee on Sat., Sept '16 at 7
2006: p.m.
Monday September 18 Eglin The show will feature four cho-
BX 8.30am to 5pm rus presentations and a number of
Tuesday September 19 quartets competing for trophies.
Crestview High School 7.30am to The combined big chorus and "Last
1.30pm Call," an international competitor
Wednesday September 20 quartet from central Florida, will
Okaloosa Sheriff Department 8am perform at the show.
to 11am and Tybrin 12.30pm to Seating is limited to the first 200
4pm tickets ($10 each) sold. To get tick-
Thursday September 21 Eglin ets in Crestview, call 682-3226.
78 PMEL and 46th Test Squad You may also buy them at Bayou
8.30am to 3.30pm Books in Niceville, P.S. Gifts in Ft.
Sunday September 24 St. Walton, Connect with Flowers in
Peters Catholic Church Mary Shalimar, or call 243-3088 to have
Esther 8.30am to 1pm your tickets held at the door.
For more Information, 862- Tickets will also be sold at the door
4216. to the rustic Camp Timpoochee
CRESTVIEW AREA CHAMBER auditorium.
OF COMMERCE: The chamber will The camp is located 1-2 miles
be hosting FAQs Seminar spon- east of White Point Road on State
scored by the Education Committee. Road 20, then onto County Line
The seminar will be held on Road at the Camp Timpoochee
Tuesday, Sept. 19th at 8 a.m. at the sign. Follow the lighted path to
Crestview Public Library. There will parking.
be a continental breakfast provided RED CROSS TRAINING,
by Publix. This event is no charge CRESTVIEW: To sign up for the
for members and non-members. following American Red Cross of
Please join us for this informa- northwest Florida classes, call cus-
tive question and answer seminar tomer service at 1-800-773-7620 or
on your chamber benefits. Please register online at http://northwest-
submit any questions you would florida.redcross.org. For more
like addressed. All Chamber sub- information or to schedule work-,
jects are open for discussion, place training at your business, call
POWWOW: The Spirit People customer service.
of America Host First Ever First Aid with CPR Adult, Infant
Powwow Sept. 22-24. Drumming, & child, Sept. 2, 8, 9, 16, 23 and
dancing, storytelling and an educa- 30. First Aid with CPR Adult,
tional village add to this cultural Sept. 2, 6, 12, 13, 16, 23, 26 and
event,.which is open to the public. 28. CPR Adult, Sept. 7, 18, 20,
The drumming and dancing will 27, 28, and 30. CPR Adult, Child
begin at 1 p.m. each day of the & Infant, Sept. 19, CPR Child &
event and last into the evening Infant, Sept. 8 and 15. Babysitter
hours. Other powwow activities Training, Sept. 9, 16, and 30. Pet
include native story telling, flute First Aid, Sept. 2, 14, and 30.
playing, an educational village fea- OCTOBER
turning tools and lodges from vari- HOLIDAY DECORATING
ous tribes. Chante Ishta of WMNF EXTRAVAGANZA: Christmas will
88.5FM will emcee and special be here before you know it! Come
guests include representatives of to the GFWC Woman's Club of
Wounded Knee Rosebud reserva- Crestview second annual Holiday
tion in South Dakota. Decorating Extravaganza fundrais-
Friday, Sept. 22 is Kid's Day er on Thursday, October 19, 6:00
with free hotdogs, face painting, p.m., at the Crestview High School
games and demonstrations for chil- Auditorium, featuring Crestview
dren. Visitors are encouraged to native and nationally recognized
bring lawn chairs and blankets. floral designer Kirby Holt.
Spirit People of America mem- Light refreshments will be
bers meet at 3 p.m. on the first srved roceetdsrom.this even.
Saturday of every month 't the support the charities of the GFWC
Starkey Ranch. After their business Woman's --,Club of Crestview.
meeting, the group enjoys an edu- Tickets are $10.00 and available
national lesson, storytelling, a from any club member or by calling
potluck dinner and sacred ceremo- 683-9117.
ny. If you are interested in the BEARS FOR BEARS RUN:
monthly meetings or for more infor- The Gulf Coast Chapter of
nation about the powwow, contact American Bikers Aimed Toward
Waterbird at (727) 773-2161 or Education will host its annual
spiritpeople2006@yahoo.com. Bears for Bears Run to benefit the


Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office
on Sunday, October 1st.
Registration for the event begins at
9:00 am to 11:00 am at the Home
Depot, 4829 Hwy 90 in Pace. The
fully police escorted ride will depart
from the Home Depot at 11:00 am
and ride to the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office 5755 E Milton Rd in
Milton. The fee to participate is
$5.00 along with the donation of
one small to medium stuffed ani-
mal. The first 400 registrants will
receive a commemorative ride pin
designed by local graphic artist
Dan Kelley.
For more information contact
ABATE President Dan Powers at
981-2398 or ABATE Vice-President
Dan Kelley at 934-3117.
FALL FESTIVAL: Come one,
come all to the best place to be this
fall! The Main Street Crestview
Association and City of Crestview
will be sponsoring the Fall Festival
in downtown Crestview on
Saturday, October 28, 2006 from 3
p.m. until 7 p.m.
The festival will have a
Halloween costume contest, food
and craft vendors, games, musical
entertainment, and free goodies for
the kids.
If your business, church or
organization would like to partici-
pate in the Fall Festival, please
contact Grace Ferdon at 682-0031
or Bill Kilpatrick at 689-3722.
BOGGY BAYOU MULLET FES-
TIVAL: The 30th Annual Boggy,
Bayou Mullet Festival promises a
great time for the entire family, with
entertainment, fine art and home
hand-crafts, and a staggering array
of food concessions. This celebra-
tion of food and fun will take place
on the weekend of October 20-22.
Admission is $6.00 and children
under 12 are free.
Performers include Blake
Shelton on Friday night, Lonestar
on Saturday night, several local
church groups and many others
performing throughout the week-
end. The Children's Stage will also
be hosting SpongeBob
Squarepants and Jimmy Neutron
on Sunday.
For. detailed information on
entertainers and other activities,
visit the website at www.city-
ofniceville.org and link to the Mullet
Festival.
FESTA ITALIANA 2006: The
Sons of Italy Lodge is proud to pre-
sent Festa Italiana 2006 at the
Emerald Coast Conference Center,
Highway 98, October 7th and 8th,
starting at 10 a.m. You won't want
to miss all the food, fun, prizes, and
entertainment, for the entire family.
Patrons will have the opportuni-
ty to purchase souvenirs, arts and
crafts. Real Italian ice cream will
be available along with children's
activities. Parking is free and there
is no admission charge to the
Festa. F-r'TuTh-ir 'fOfraTiTlon
please contact Sons of Italy Lodge
at 850-862-2758, Mary Mancini at
850-689-1115 or Greg Peters
850-581-6179.
TOUR OF GARDENS: A tour of
gardens and plant sale will be held
on October 7 (rain date October
14) from 8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
See five beautiful gardens, attend


open house at the Valparaiso
Community Library, buy some great
plants to plant in your garden this
fall, and consult a Master Gardener
for answers to your garden dilem-
mas. Tickets and informative
brochures are available at any
Okaloosa County Public Library
Cooperative (Crestview, Fort
Walton Beach, Niceville, Mary
Esther, Destin, Valparaiso), at
Valparaiso City Hall, or at Bayou
Books in Niceville. Call 729-5406
for more information.
Sponsored by the Valparaiso
Friends of the Library.
FALL BOOK SALE: The
Friends of the Crestview Library
are asking for donations of used
books for the Fall Book Sale, which
will be held at the Library October
6-8.
Books will be accepted at the
Library. Please bring all types of
hardbound and paperback books,
but no magazines. There is a spe-
cial need for paperback Westerns
and Mysteries.
Books will only be picked up in
the north end of the county. To
arrange for pickup, call Flo
Lembeck at 689-1535 or Dot
Moxcey at 682-5759.
In addition to used books, hand-
painted plates will be for sale.
On Friday from 5 to 8 p.m.,
there will be a "preview" sale.
'Members of the Friends of the
Library will be admitted free of
charge, while non-members will be
charged $1. On Saturday and
Sunday, the hours for the Book
Sale will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
ANNUAL AWARENESS LUN-
CHEON: This year the Lupus
Support Network has arranged for
a panel of speakers to speak on the
mind, body and spirit. The panel
consists of a rheumatologist, Dr.
Ellen McKnight; a psychologist, Dr.
Michael DeMaria and a pastor, Jeff
Spooneybarger. The focus for this
year is for a person with chronic ill-
ness to not become their disease.
This event is scheduled for
Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006 at
Carrabba's Italian Grille at 11 a.m.
Tickets are available for the lun-
cheon for $10 per ticket.
CRISIS LINE VOLUNTEER:
Make a difference and volunteer
with the Crisis Line! The training
class will be Saturday, Oct. 14 from
8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Breakfast and
lunch will be served and all materi-
als will be provided,
For more information call 682-
0101 or email Sybie Hobbs at
shobbs@bridgeway.org.
SHINE: A Florida Department of
Elder Affairs Program, is in need of
volunteer counselors to provide
Medicare and prescription counsel-
ing to elders and caregivers.
Volunteers must have free time to"
give 16 hours a month and have
computer knowledge.
Training is'c'n d'ld-d"bY-the
Department of Elder Affairs. The
next introductory class will' be held
on Oct. 10 and the Phase 1 three
training will be held on Oct. 24, 25
and 26. If you would like to help our
elders with their Medicare needs,
please call Sandra Cleckler, SHINE
Liaison, 850-494-7100 ext. 213 or
866-531-8011.


* PUBLIC NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 06-DR-1864

IN RE: The Marriage of
LESLEY BENKHALIFA
Petitioner/Wife,

and

FOUAD BENKHALIFA,
Respondent/Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION OF DISSO-
LUTION OF MARRIAGE

To: Fouad Benkhalifa
6309 NW 63rd Street, Apt 40
Oklahoma City, OK 73132

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for dissolution of
marriage has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to Lesley Benkhalifa,
Petitioner, c/o Mark S. Rubin, Esq.,
RUBIN LAW FIRM, 173 NE Eglin
Parkway, Fort Walton Beach,
Florida 32548, on or before
September 25, 2006, and file the
original with the clerk of this court
at the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex, 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL 32579,
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fall
to do so, a default will 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 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 Supreme Court
Approved 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 dis-
closure of documents and Infor-
mation. Failure to comply can
result In sanctions, Including
dismissal or striking of plead-
ings.
Dated: 08/21/06

CLERK OF THE COURT
.1
By: Teresa Fleming .
Deputy Clerk

08/30/06
09/06/06
09/13/06
09/20/06

Public Notice

The Board of Fire Commissioners
of the North Okaloosa Fire District
will hold a public hearing to con-
sider modification of the FY07 bud-
get spend plan and revisions to
Policies 4.1 Payroll and 4.2 Leave


authorizations. A copy of the pro-
posed spend plan and policies are
available for review upon request,
and may be obtained by contacting
the NOFD administrative office at
(850) 682-1808 or mailing nof-
dadmin@woolcom.net.

*The meeting will be held on 21
September 2006 at 7:30 p.m. at
the NOFD Milligan Fire Station,
5241 Highway 4.. The public is
invited to attend.

09/06/06
09/13/06
09/20/06

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 2006-CP-001104

IN RE: ESTATE OF
ISAAC A. STEELE alk/a
ISAAC A. STEELE, JR
I.A, STEELE,
I.A. STEELE, JR and
ISAAC ALEXANDER STEELE, II
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an
order of Summary Administration
has been entered in the Estate of
ISAAC A. STEELE a/k/a, ISAAC A.
STEELE, JR, I.A. STEELE,
I.A. STEELE, JR, and ISAAC
ALEXANDER STEELE, II,
deceased, File Number 2006-CP-
001104, by the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Florida, Probate
Division; the address of which is
Post Office Drawer 1359,
Crestview, Florida 32536; that the
decedent's date of death was
December 8, 2004, that the total
value of the probate assets in this
estate, exclusive of homestead
real property, is $2,500.00 and the
names and addresses of those to
whom it has been assigned by
such order are:
CAROLE S. STEELE a/k/a, CAR-
OLE BETH STEELE who, through
scrivener's error, was referred to
as CORAL BESS STEELE In
decedent's Last Will and
Testament
289 Glen Avenue
Valparaiso, FL 32580
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:

All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent other than
those for whom provision for pay-
ment was made in the Order of
Summary Administration must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.

AIL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.


NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) OR
MORE YEARS AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.

THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS SEP-
TEMBER 13, 2006
ATTORNEY FOR PERSON GIV-
ING NOTICE:
BEN L. HOLLEY
P.O. Box 1238
Crestview, FL 32536
(850) 682-2336
FLA BAR # 0036838

PERSON GIVING NOTICE:
CAROLE S. STEELE a/k/a, CAR-
OLE BETH STEELE who, through
scrivener's error, was referred to
as CORAL BESS STEELE in
decedeni's Last Will and .
Testament
289 Glen Avenue
Valparaiso, FL 32580

09/13/06
09/20/06

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-2900
DIVISION:'

DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
Plaintiff,

vs.

CLAUDETTE M. RICHARDSON,
at al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
CLAUDETTE M. RICHARDSON
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
3850 Highway 98 East #7
Destin, FL 32541

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

FRANK F. RICHARDSON
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
3650 Highway 98 E #7
Destin, FL 32541 I
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following property In
OKALOOSA County, Florida.

UNIT 7, GREENREEF
TOWNHOMES, PHASE 2, A
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOP-
MENT, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 7, PAGE
30, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, If any,
on or before October 20, 2006,
on Echevarria, Codllls &
Stawlarskl, Plaintiffs attorney,
whose address Is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file
the original with this Court
either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or Immediate-
ly thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the
Complaint or petition.

This notice shall be published
once each week for two consec-
utive weeks In the Crestview
News Bulletin .

WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 8th day of
September, 2006.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court

By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk

Invoice to & Copy to:
Echevarria, Codills & Stawlaraki
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06011242

LITTON CONVY B sklawlter
"See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persona with disabilities need-
Ing special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crestview,
FL, 32536-3515; telephone num-
ber (850) 689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the proceeding. or
Shallmar (850) 651-7497

IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities need-
Ing special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number (850) 651-
7497, prior to the proceeding.

-09/13/06
09/20/06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 06-CA-2769

BANK OF NEW YORK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS CWABS, INC.
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2005-13
Plaintiff,

vs.

RICHARD W. CUDDY, JR, at al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
September 11 2006 and entered In
Case No. 06-CA-2460 of the Circuit
Court of the FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATEHOLDERS CWABS,
INC. ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2005-13, Is the
Plaintiff and RICHARD W. CUDDY,
JR; CINDY L. CUDDY; HOi""E-
HOLD FINANCE CORPORAl ION,
III; are the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash
at CRESTVIEW: SOUTH FRONT
DOOR OF THE OKALOOSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 13th day of
October, 2006, the following
described property as set forth In
said Final Judgment:

LOT 7, SOUTHGATE PHASE
III, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORD-
ED IN PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE
54, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 213 SOUTH-
GATE DRIVE, CRESTVIEW,
FL 32539

Any person claiming an Interest
In the surplus from the sale, If
any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on September 14,
2006.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk

Publish in Crestview News Bulletin
Invoice To: Echevarria, Codills &
Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06010623
COUNTRY CONV B/C R -
vhargis


"See Americans with Disabilities
Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities needing
special accommodation to par-
ticipate In this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101 James Lee
Boulevard East, Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone number
(850) 689-5000, Extension 7497,
prior to the proceeding. or
Shallmar (850) 651-7497

09/20/06
09/27/06

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 204-CA-3693-C

LASALLE BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE OF
MERRIL LYNCH MORTGAGE
INVESTORS TRUST SERIES
2002-AFC1,
Plaintiff,

vs
PATRICK M VINSON, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
March 14, 2006 and entered in
Case NO. 2004-CA-3693-C
of the Circuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County, Florida
wherein LASALLE BANK NATION-
AL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE
OF MERRIL LYNCH MORTGAGE
INVESTORS TRUST SERIES
2002-AFC1, is the Plaintiff and
PATRICK M VINSON; DEBRA S.
VINSON; are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash at SOUTH FRONT DOOR
OF THE OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM, on
the 13th day of October, 2006, the
following described property as set
forth In said Final Judgement:
LOT 3 AND 4 COTTON-
WOOD ESTATES,
UNRECORDED, FURTHER
DESCRIBED AS:

COMMENCING AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
THE NORTHEAST 114 OF
THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
SECTION 24; TOWNSHIP 4
NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST,
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; RUN NORTH 90
DEGREES, 00 MINUTES,
WEST ALONG THE QUAR-
TER SECTION LINE, 292.60
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING;

THENCE CONTINUE NORTH
90 DEGREES, 00 MINUTES,
00 SECONDS, WEST, 270.00
FEET;


THENCE SOUTH 00
DEGREES, 01 MINUTES 06
SECONDS, WEST 299.26
FEET TO THE NORTH R/W
LINE OF A 60 FOOT ROAD;
THENCE NORTH 90
DEGREES, 00 MINUTES,
EAST, ALONG SAID R/W
LINE 270.00 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 00
DEGREES, 01 MINUTES, 06
SECONDS, WEST, 299.26
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
ALSO A 1/25TH INTEREST
IN RECORDED ROAD
RIGHT-OF-WAYS.

TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON
AS A FIXTURE AND APPUR-
TENANCE THERETO BEING
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:

1988 FLEETWOOD; HS
GAFL075A0526SWE.

A/K/A 6278 Misty Lane,
Crestview, FL 32539

WITNESS MY HAND and seal of
this Court on September 14, 2006.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Echevarria, Codlls & Stawilarkld
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06011242

LITTON CONV B sklawiter
"See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons with disablitites need-
Ing special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crestview,
FL, 32536-3515; telephone num-
ber (850) 689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the proceeding. or
Shalimar (850) 651-7497

IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 32579;
telephone number (850) 651-
7497, prior to the proceeding.

09/20/06
09/27/06

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 06-DR-3733
DIVISION

CELSO MENDEZ-CHAGOYA
Petitioner,


and

MA. REMEDIOS HERNANDEZ-
ARANDA
Respondent

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: Ma. Remedios Hemandez-
Aranda
Respondent's Last Known
Address:
Rancho Arperos Municipro de
Guanojuato Mexico

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 Celso Mendez-Chagoya,
whose address is 5335 Bamboo
Place, Apt. A, Clearwater, FL
33760 on or before October 23,
2006, and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, FL 32579, before service
on Petitioner or Immediately there-
after. 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 September 11, 2006

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Teresa Fleming
Deputy Clerk

09/20/06
09/27/06
10/04/06
10/11/06
NOTICE OF SALE

Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
tion October 9, 2006 at 8:00 A.M.
for the following described vehicles:

1995 Plymouth
VIN # 1P4GH44R25X6220006

1993 Chrysler
VIN # 2C3EL56TOPH518440
The auction will be held at 861 W.
James Lee Blvd, Crestview, FL
32536, Danco Transmissions has
the right to turn down any and all
bids.

09/20/06


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096 Personal
098 Training
100 EMPLOYMENT
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112 Management
114 Medical
116 Office Work
118 Part Time
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122 Retail
124 Sales & Telemarketing
126 Skills / Trade
128 Positions Wanted
300 SERVICES
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310 Business Opportunities
315 Business Services
320 Child Care
325 Domestic
330 Equipment Repair
335 Financial Services
340 Home Repair
345 Lawn Care


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450 OKALOOSA FOR RENT
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456 Homes
458 Land
460 Mobile Homes
462 Rooms
464 Roommate Wanted
466 Vacation / Resort
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558 Investments
560 Land
562 Mobile Homes
564 Vacation / Resort
700 PETS / ANIMALS
702 Boarding
704 Livestock
706 Livestock Supplies
708 Pets
710 Pet Supplies
712 Lost & Found
800 GENERAL MERCH.
802 Antiques


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806 Appliances
808 Arts & Crafts
810 Computers
812 Farm Equipment
814 Furniture
816 Jewelry
818 Lawn- Equipment
820 Lumber & Hardware
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824 Office Equipment
826 Sporting goods
828 Electronics
829 Garage Sales
830 Misc. For Sale
832 Misc. Wanted
900 TRANSPORTATION
902 Auto Supplies
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906 Boats
908 Farm Equipment
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912 Motor Homes
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Albert Jack Haas,
owner of "Diamond
Jack's Jeweler", will be
sadly missed by his fam-
ily and friends. After 15
years on Main Street in
Crestview, he moved to
Dallas, TX and joined his
brother and sister in
their family business.
Al is survived by his
only son, Adam justin
Sandier Haas and
Justin's mother, Debbie
Adams, along with her
girls Christine & Chelsea
Barrow; Purl & Barbara
Adams, and all their
family who dearly loved
him; Aunt Jean & Uncle
Danny Campbell and
family and so many
more.
He was proceeded in
death by his dad,
William Haas, and moth-
er Elenor Haas, sister
Barbara Davis and
brother Stewart Haas.
The funeral was held
in Dallas, TX on
September 8, 2006.





ELKS LODGE Tur-
key Shoot, starts at
9:00am, 23 Sept
and every Saturday
until 16 Dec. Go 90E
to Fairchild Rd. fol-
low signs to proper-
ty. Come enjoy the
fun.


Exciting opportunity in the advertising
sales profession. Join a well known compa-
ny with contacts throughout the market
area. Established territory plus fresh leads
abound.
Compensation in the 40K range with
health insurance pkg., vacation pay and
paid holidays.


Kiosk workers needed to hand out
the Crestview News Bulletin
weekends and evenings.
Hourly wage plus sign up bonuses.


SINGLE WHITE
MALE 70,
5'8 170.
I'm retired and own
my home and live
alone. I am search-
ing for a nice honest
lady close to my age
not much over-
weight for a serious
relationship.Please
write and or call
689-8038, RB, P.O.
Box 876, Crestview
FL.32536


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.


NEWS
BULLETIIN

Send resume to
Jim Knudsen, Publisher
295 W. James Lee, Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536


FedEx Home Delivery, a member of the
FedEx family of companies, seeks TEM-
PORARY DRIVERS to service Crestview,
and surrounding areas.
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!
WE PROVIDE THE VEHICLE!
QUALIFICATIONS:
* At least 21 years old
Good driving record
Able to work Tuesday-Saturday
APPLY IN PERSON at the terminal
10 AM-3 PM, TUESDAY-SATURDAY
408 Brook Mead Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
As k for lhn Sandarc.


102
Drivers

DRIVER
DEDICATED
ACCOUNT
OPENING.
T a n g o
Transport Dedicated
Services is now hir-
ing for the Standard
Furniture account.
Start at .40 cpm.
New Conventionals.
Home weekends.
Family Medical/Den-
tal. 401K. CDL-A
w/18 months OTR
exp req'd. Call: 877-
826-4605 EOE
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOWI
Wemer needs entry-
level semi drivers.
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+1st yr!
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309.


102
Drivers

DRIVERS
FLATBED
$1700
SIGN ON
BONUS
AL, GA, & FL
DISPATCH
HOME
WEEKENDS
GUARANTEED
Eam up to .39 mi.
BCBS Ins.-Medical,
Dental & Vision, Co.
Match 401K in 90
days, 50% Pre-load-
ed & Tarped Loads
Must be at least 23
yrs old & lyr OTR
Flatbed Exp.
SUNBELT
TRANSPORT
Call Herb:
1-800-494-8471
www.PatriotTrans.com


102
Drivers

SOUTHERN BELL
Sandwich Company
needs Route Per-
son to deliver sand-
wiches to conven-
ient stores and sur-
rounding area. Call
1-800-344-4670 M-
F 8:30am-4:30pm.

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
TAYLOR MADE
SUBS
All positions, all
shifts, Hiring imme-
diately. Apply at
1238C N. Hwy 85
(Next to Crestview
High School) or Call
(850)689-0062.
100 WORKERS
needed. Assemble
crafts, wood items.
To $480/wk. Materi-
als provided. Free
information pkg. 24
Hr. 801-428-4649

NOW HIRING 2006
POSTAL JOBS
$18/hour starting,
Avg. Pay $57K/year
Federal Benefits, No
Experience Needed
1-800-584-1775 Ref.
#P 2900
B&C FIRE Safety,
sprinkler fitters/la-
borers wanted, with
benefits. Drug free
workplace. 862-
7812 or apply in per-
son to 823 Navy St.
FWB.
FIRST UMC Crest-
view is seeking a
bass guitar player
for the 9:32am Con-
tempory service.
Call Bryan 682-
2018.


104
General Help

HOMEMAKER/
COMPANION Will-
ing and able team
member sought to
work with seniors in
their homes. Will
assist with daily life
skills activities.
High school diploma
or GED required
plus good FL driving
record. Position is
in Crestview.
Please reply to:
Bridgeway Center
Inc., Human Resour-
ces Dept., 137 Hos-
pital Dr., FWB, FL
32548. Drug
Screening Required.
EOE/AA
AUTO BODY Tech
trainees needed at
Factory Spec Colli-
sion Center. Must be
mechanically in-
clined and career
minded. Any auto-
motive experience is
a plus. 4 day work
week, great benefits
and awesome work
environment. Call for
appointment 423-
0691.
114
Medical
CERTIFIED NURS-
ING ASSISTANTS
(CNA) Seeking
compassionate and
dependable team
members for Oka-
loosa Senior Serv-
ices to work with Se-
niors in their'homes
in Okaloosa Com-
munities. Current
Florida CNA Certifi-
cation; Good driving
record. Must have
own transportation.
Excellent wages and
benefits. CEC's
available on-site.
Positions are in
Crestview. Please
reply to: Bridgeway
Center Inc., Human
Resources Dept.,
137 Hospital Dr.,
FWB, FL 32548.
Drug Screening Re-
quired. EOE/AA
110
Labor
LABORS NEEDED
for interior trim
crews. Experience a
plus 902-0002 or
685-8421.


110
Labor
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319
108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring pm
cooks and pm serv-
ers and night
main01502087ten-
ance. OW students
welcome 682-8804
116
Office Work
SALES ASSOCI-
ATE/ADMINISTRA-
TIVE Assistant. Ac-
cepting applications
at Badcock Home
Furnishings 594 N.
Main Street until 21
September 2006.
$8.00 per hr.
118 Part Time
NOW HIRING for
P/T Preschool
Teaching Position
exp. preferred
(850)682-7319


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120 128
Professional Positions Wanted

THE NORTH Oka- HAIR STYLISTS
loosa Family YMCA needed: Are you
is currently looking looking to work in a
for a gymnastics/ new upscale elegant
cheer instructor to and classy atmos-
takeover theirgym- here. Two booths
nstake overheir pro.still available. All in-
nastics/cheer pro- terviews are private
gram n Crestview. and confidarential
for more information and confidential.
please contact. the Call "The Blonde
North Okaloosa Bellagio" 682-0352
Family YMCA @ 126
689-2999 M-F 8am- 12Sk6llTrade
8pm. Skills/Trade
"COMPUTER IN BARBER NEEDED
STR"COMPUTER IN-to in Baker. Potential
teach the blind/visu- partnership for grow-
ally impaired in San- ing shop. Full-time
ta Rosa, kal or part-time call 537-
ta Rosai,,Okaloosa, 8470/ 376-7676.


and walton uoun-
ties. $13.00 per
hour With benefits.
AS Degree or equiv-
alent certification re-
quired. Fax resume
to (850) 479-4025 or
mail to Independ-
ence for the Blind,
1302 Dunmire St.
Pensacola, FL.
32504 by 6 October,
2006. Include a
Cover Letter. See
Web Site for details
At "www.ibwest.org"

126
Skills/Trade


LAQUEENA'S
HAIR Designs now
hiring Stylists, Nail-
Tech & Barber's.
Call 682-7740.
LAQUEENA'S
HAIR Designs Now
Open. Specializing
In relaxers, styles,
frenchrolls and hair
cuts. Call 682-7740.
NOW HIRING Car-
penters, Helpers
and Laborers must
have transportation.
Local work. 546-
0484.


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Specializing In Decorative Overlays Of New/Existing Concrete Office:
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Driveways, Walks JOE McCARTHY/OWNER
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Areas
Calling all buyers!!! Just 10
minutes to schools, shopping,
and the heart of Crestview,
this home is loaded with
upgraded features. Sits on 2
cleared and landscaped acres
with irrigation system. 3
BB/2BA with lots of great
features. This is a MUST SEE
home! $340,000.
Wonderful home in the
Pinnacle Point Subdivision in
Crestview area. New metal
roof in 2005, new stainless
steel appliances, and a nice 3
R/2.5BA floor plan with so
many amenities make this a
great-home to come by and
take a look at today!
Reduced $221,500.
This is the perfect home for
your family.5BR/3.SBA,
spacious kitchen with
movable island, nice loft
computer/family area, above
ground swimming pool and
so much more. Back of house
faces a stocked pond. Make
sure you see this one today.
Reduced $239,900.
just north of town, you'll find
this cute home on a corner
lot Enjoy setting on the
screened patio overlooking
the in-ground pool.
3BR/I.IBA, on I acre lot.
Fenced back yard, 2 outside
buildings for storage. Priced
to sell! $185,000.
A great home on a large lot
that has been well
maintained and will speak
for itself. Set up for easy
living. Nice Florida room
and screened back deck,
brick yard building with
garage door, large workshop.
You'll love this one!
$291,500.
Quiet country living on 4.45
acres in a custom built home.
What a find! Oversized stone
fireplace, solid oak cabinets
in kitchen and eat-in area
where you can enjoy
watching the deer, quail and
other wildlife over your
morning coffee. Along with
this lovely home is a very
nice mobile home included.
Put this one on your list to
see today. $390,000.


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126
Skills/Trade

AUTO BODY Tech
heeded at Factory
Spec Collison (off of
1-10) in Crestview,
FL. 4 day work
week, great' work
environment and
awesome benefit
package (850)423-
0691.

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315
Business Services

Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075


315
Business Services

AAA CRESTVIEW
HAULING
We Rent roll off
containers for con-
struction*and de-
bris removal Call
(850) 683-5752

BELL FAMILY
Homes Florida Certi-
fied Residential
Contractor License
CRC1327972 Re-
modeling Detached
Garages, Barns,
Storage Sheds, etc.
(850)689-0769
CASH FOR your car
dead or alive. We al-
so clear garage,
yard sale items,
rental clearing, no
job too 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
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
NEED A
DUMPSTER?
Call 683-5752
AAA Crestview
Hauling, construc-
tion & debris remov-
al. We accept Visa
& Mastercard.
PANHANDLE
COMMERCIAL
CLEAN
Now serving Escam-
bia, Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties.
New construction,
area business
Condos, move outs
& residents Please
call Jennifer
850-346-6995.
Licensed & Insured
SO MANY bills, not
enough $$$? We
can help you out!!
Call us now
1-866-236-5871
Zero upfront fees
1st Mortgage 2nd
Mortgage whatever
you need
we can help
1-866-236-5871
Business, Personal,
Car, Home
WARNING BE-
FORE you sign a
contract to get irri-
gation or well drilled
call the Better Busi-
ness Bureau of NW
FL at 850-429-
0002.

320
Child Care

HOME DAYCARE
now has openings
for ages two and up.
Snacks, meals,
learning activities in-
cluded 689-1388.
THE APPLE Tree
Pre-School has
openings for 2yr
olds on Tuesdays
and Thursdays,
please call 689-
3899.
325
Domestic

IF YOU need a
clean house, and
live in Crestvlew
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 428-6023.
332
Watch & Clock
Repair


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8W. 6 8002

101 Golf Course Drive Lovely 3 bd/2 ba home located in Foxwood
Country Club. Ceramic tile & cypress wood flooring; large built-in enter-
tainment center in LR; screened-in back porch w/ multilevel deck & 10 x
12' storage shed; ceramic tiled front porch.
136 Phillips Drive Spacious 3 bd/2 ba home located on a large lot
in Adams Powell S/D. Large den & inside utility room; washer & dryer to
convey w/ home; covered front prch & rear deck; fenced-in backyard &
shed which has been wired for electricity.
8323 Old Ebenezer Road Cozy 3 bd/I.S ba home located on a
full I acre lot in Laurel Hill. Gorgeous laminate & tile flooring; den is wired
for surround sound; walk-in closet in master bath; refrigerator w/ ice-
maker; 16'x 36 wood deck & storage shed.
225 Swaying Pine Court Charming 3 bd/2.S ba townhome cen-
trally located in town and convenient to hospital, shopping & schools,
Great for investment or primary residence!!!
(850) 682-1800
828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
[Li y Crestvlew, FL 32536
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332
Watch & Clock
Repair

ALL TYPES OF
WATCH & CLOCK
REPAIR
Grandfather,
Mantel, Antique
Clocks Cuckoos
We buy Antiques
and old Clocks
Call 689-1007 after
hours 682-2844
337
Concrete

A-0 AAA
CONCRETE
25yrs Experience.
Driveways, patios,
tearouts, stamp
work coloring, Bob
Kat work, reasona-
ble prices,
Licensed/Insured
Free estimates.
God Bless America.
Call
850-685-9396
BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Bamhill 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 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
JD MATTHEWS ce-
ment work, no job
too big or small, al-
so small trackor
work with back
howe. LLC Licensed
& Insured. Cell 850-
546-0368, Hm. 850-
652-3111.
LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
'Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


340
Home Repair

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
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774


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ATTENTION BUYERS!
NOW is the time to Buy Your First Home
or Investment Property. Inventory is HUGE.
Interest rates are still very good.
NOW is the time to take advantage
of opportunity. Need Financing? I work
Rick Epperson, with many local lenders that can help.
Broker NOW IS THE TIME! Call me TODAY.

(f_ gi 865-7777 or 682-7718
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340
Home Repair

LASCO
HANDYMAN
INC.
Licensed and In-
sured Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences Call Terry
902-3928

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

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

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

342
Landclearing

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


345
Lawn Care

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

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

LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheaply 682-2075.


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345
Lawn Care

QUALITY LAWN
Care services, li-
censed and insured
now accepting ac-
counts for 2007.
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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.


PANHANDLE

TREE

SERVICE
Licensed & Insured





Spedalizing in dangerous
tree removal, trimming
and stump grinding

Office
850-537-7700
Jason CCell
306-5375
STUMP GRINDING,
-lawn care, tractor
work, tree work, odd
jobs, clean up. Com-
mercial, residential
free estimates 682-
4109, 902-0291,
758-5073.

T & J Tree Service
licensed and Insur-
ed, 17 years experi-
ence (850)689-1411
or cell (870)759-
0704.
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and Insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available

355
Sewing &
Alterations

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

360
Miscellaneous


360
Miscellaneous

CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any. wall. Call Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304
MAJOR PANES
Glass & Mirror LLC,
providing window re-
placement, showers,
doors, mirrors, tab-
letops and more.
Call 305-6988.
NEED DIRT
Sand etc. and bull-
dozer work Call
Spuds Hauling 850-
902-5098
RAY'S MOBILE
Home Repair. We
Refurbish Homes to
code, Relevel Mo-
bile Homes, Skirting,
Porches, Pressure
Washing and we
move Sheds. We
have 10 years ex-
perience. Cheapest
prices around. We
work in the following
counties: Walton,
Okaloosa, Santa
Rosa, and Escam-
bia. Call today for a
free Estimate. (850)
1305-6003 Ask for
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TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218
TRIPLE- E
Enterprises
Land clearing,
demo. loader &
backhoe work. Li-
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452
Apartments For
Rent

1B/R LAUNDRY
room,water, gar-
bage, gas, furnished
$500mo. $500dd.
No pets lease re-
quired 850-834-
4767.
CRESTVIEW INN
Motel $45 daily
$250 weekly
Furnished efficiency
$250 weekly 682-,
4466
BENT CREEK
APARTMENTS II
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
tance may be availa-
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563, TDD
711, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housing
Opportunity.


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Commercial or Residential
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452
Apartments For
Rent

BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC & non-HC
accessible apart-
ments. Water, Sew-
er, and Garbage,
provided. 209 'Bent
Creek Rd. Crest-
view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Voice 800-955-8770
Equal Housing Op-
portunity.
2 BEDROOM $550
deposit $550 rent ,
No pets, 650-7614

456
Homes For.Rent

AMERICAN
REALTY
of Northwest Florida,
Inc.682-4822
or
651-5717
Equal Housing
Opportunity
5375 Stallion Rd.
2/1 $650.
867 Brett St. 2/1.5
$675.
5187 Azalea Ave.
3/2 $700.
103 Blaylock St, 3/2
$795
122 Jeff Dr. 3/2
$800.
3957 Bear Creek
Rd. 2/1.5 $850.
811 6th Ave. 3/2
$875.
3112 SkyHawk Dr.
3/2 $945
178 Swaying Pine
Ct. 3/2.5 $950.
19 Dabney Ct. 3/2.5
$950
24 Dabney Ct. 3/2
$950
2940 Stillwell Blvd.
3/2 $975.
106 Split Creek Dr
3/2 $1000.
5435 Fairchild Rd
3/2 $1050
710 Riva Ridge Dr.
4/3 $1,300
2164 Hagood Loop
4/3 $1325
5813 Philllp Rd. 3/2
$1350
2715 Paddock CIr
4/2 $1350
2121 Hagood Loop
4/3 $1400
Visit us @:www.era-
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all brick, 4br/2ba,
2 6 2 5 ssqft .
$1,200month/$1,200
deposit. Call Sy or
Rosle 850-683-
5355, 702-413-
3229.


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456
Homes For Rent

COLDWELL
BANKER
JME Realty
, 117 Courthouse
Terrace
Crestview, FL 32536
(850) 689-1515
or (850) 682-5922
Equal Housing
Opportunity.
687 Valley Rd.
2bed/1 bath 960
sq.ft. $675, pet
w/owner approval.
689 Valley Rd.
3bed/1 bath 1,384
sqft. $800, pet
w/owner approval.
5365 Monterrey Rd.
3bed/1.5 bath 1,721
sq.ft. $800. Lead
base paint' disclo-
sure. "
3580 Airport Rd.
3bed/2bath 1,350
sq.ft. $875.-Lead
base paint disclo-
sure
3267 Fairview Ave.
3bed/2bath-1,252
sq.ft.- $895- Pet
w/owner approval
439 Panagra Ln
3bed/2bath 1,107
sqft. $950 comer lot.
419 Whirlaway Ct.
3 bed /2 bath
1,544sq.ft. $1,000
pet w/owner appro-
val.
1235 Gabrielle Dr.
3 bed /2 bath
1,758sq.ft. $1,050.-
Fenced yard
206 Tiffot Ct.
3 bed /2 bath
1,659sq.ft $1,095.
pet w/owner appro-
val.
105 Swaying Pine
Ct. 3bed/2bath-
1,415 sq.ft.'- $1,100
1 car garage
5814 Reinke Dr.
3bed / 2 bath
1,180sq.ft. $1,150
pool svc provided
2640 Paddock Cir.
4 bed /3 bath
3,042sq.ft. $1,375
community pool
812 Travis Ct
4bed/3bath 2,558
sq.ft. $1,500 pet
w/owner approval
137 Mill Pond CV -
5bed/3bath 2,102
sq.ft. $1,500- In
ground pool.
502 Jillian Dr.
4bed/3bath 2,687
sq.ft. $1,500, pet
w/owner approval.
For further Informa-
tion visit www.emer-
aldcoasthomeson-
line.com
3&2 BDRM Homes
for rent, Earl Ken-
nedy Rd. No Pets
682-1972.


SOUTHERN




Residential Commercial Free Estimates

* Quality Lawn Care Reasonable Rates
* Dependable Service Licensed and Insured



850.682.3098 850.259.1840


GEORGIA/ NORTH CAROLINA Captivating mountain
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Log ho kit; @ S39,900. Umidto availbbility. Callu (888)39.
3504 X700.
SAVANNAH AREA DESIRABLE RICHMOND HILL
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Large ,lo w/ddpra r, noh, golf, nature view. Gated. Golf,
Fiti CEntor, ToenL, Tra. Oak Pa Docks. S70k', S3001k
(877)266-7376 www.coonernointLom.
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(966)725-337 Cop FeP- Blufs, LLC Broker.
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wildlife, clo to BLM. H obck riing, hiking, hung.
Perfec for vacation, inveswuoolt, raiirmenL UtElaticiy. 100%
financing. Lager arge available. (866)365-2825.
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V.cation. Nav m, Oklooa Ilad, Dend, South Walton,
Pano.at Citywww.a ein. (00)336.669.


(Week of September 18, 2006)


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
2601 Lake Silver Rd
4/2 bath on 1.22 acres.
Country charm just minutes
from the center of town. This
home has been renovated
and has large living room
w/wood floors, spacious
kitchen w/plenty of counters
& cabinets, tiled den w/wood
burning stove. $218,000
380 Vicki Ln 4/2.5, dbl
garage. Beautiful tri-level
Lake front home in Mossy
Head on 3.1 acres. New
appliances, new metal roof
on home and barn. Barn has
electric & water, fenced.
Wood & tile flooring through
out!k9 M0irqe eplpceJt e
Reduced 84,900--
3208 Twilight 3/2 bath
in Spring Hollow Estates.
Screened porch, solid counter
tops, new appliances, securi-
ty system, trench doors into
master bath w/garden tub &
separate shower. Like brand
new. $215,000
208 Limestone Close to
medical facilities and shop-
ping; this newly constructed
home features an open floor
plan with a raised bar area,
master bath with double
vanities and a walk in closet.
Very affordable, call for a
showing appointment.
$169,900
229 Panama Dr. This
3BR/2BA home was built just
a year ago and features a
split floor plan. Centrally
located in Crestview and
backs up to woods for priva-
cy. The price is right, you
must see to appreciate!
$164,900
112 Trenton Ave.
3BR/2BA located on the
south side of Crestview.
French doors open onto a
large deck the perfect place
to relax and view the pear
and apple trees. A stone fire-
place and vaulted ceilings
add to the charm of this
home. $175,000




Baylis 8
Davis Realty
Your Crestview
Connection








456
Homes For Rent

COUNTRY LIVING
Holt 3bd/1ba fenced
yard $725 monthly
$500 deposit, Sec-
tion 8 welcome. Cell
830-0409.
3BD HOUSE $850
Rent, $850 Deposit,
802 Barrow, No Pets
682-1972
3BD HOUSE-802
Barrow St. $750
Rent/$750DD. No
pets. 2 BD at 1496
North Pearl St. $650
Rent/$650DD. 682-
1972.


456
Homes For Rent

2 & 3 Bedroom,
$575 Rent, $575
Deposit, 3109 Earl
Kennedy Rd., No
Pets 682-1972
2 BEDROOM house
$750 Rent, $750
Deposit, 3121 Earl
Kennedy Rd. No
Pets 682-1972
IRENE KINGSLEY
CENTURY 21
Moulton Realty
(850) 682-3849
Rentals:
304 Crooked Pine
3/2.5 new
$1 ,000/$1 ,000
1213Jefferyscot 3/2
$980/ $980
FOR RENT, with op-
tion to buy.
1,800sqft. 3BR Ce-
dar Home on 3.75
acres in Holt.
Fenced 400 ft. road
front, pasture for
horses, creative fi-
nancing. 850-537-
2592 or 850-546-
1264.
FOR RENT 4 bed-
room 2 bath 1874s.f.
2 car garage on Golf
Course $1200. Call
683-1714 Property
Professionals Plus,
Inc.
NEW BRICK
3bd/2ba 2010s.f.
$1,350/mo. lawn
service Included, se-
curity deposit re-
quired, call 689-
0821.
NORTHEAST
CRESTVIEW
2BD/2BA Town-
home, utility room
$800mo./$800dd,
585-5007
NEWLY REMOLD-
ELED Duplex
3bd/1ba Centrally lo-
cated, central A/C,
heat, W/D hookup
available 10/1/06,
$ 45 0 DD / $ 5 7 5
per/mo Call 683-
5759.
TWO 3BD/2BA 2cg,
brick In Crestview
$850. month $850.
DD and $950. month
$950. DD 682-5333/
682-4341

FOR RENT Crest-
view 3 bed 2 bath
1826s.f., Skynight
$1100; 3 bed 2 bath
1645s.f. Brook-
meade $1150; 3 bed
2 bath 1527s.f. Air-
port $975; 3 bed 2
bath M.H. 960s.f.
1.91 acres Rebecca
$500; 2 bed 1 bath
800s.f. Caswell
$500 Call 683-1714
Property Professio-
nals Plus, Inc.
CAMPTON
3BO/2BA large fam-
ily room w/fireplace,
40'x30' bam with 4
stalls and tackroom,
6 acres fenced and
cross fenced, locat-
ed 6 miles north of
Crestview High
School. Call for
more Information
(850)652-4608.


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456 556 562
Homes For Rent Homes For Sale Mobile Homes
3BD/2BA Close to FOR SALE In Crest- NEW TODAY Crest-
schools and shop- view: view; 97 Fleetwood
ping. No 2834 Atoka Trail 4 24'x28'. 3br/2ba 1
smoking/No pets. bedroom, 2 baths, acre lot, storage
$800mo/$825DD, 1930 s.f., over 1/2 buildings 5292 Fair-
850-240-890 8 9 0 acre only $220,000; child Rd. Below ap-
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Rd. Crestview Brick home, fenced bedroom, 2 bath,
$800mo./$800dd. back yard, new car- 1492 sf., over 1/2
No pets 850-834- pet, tile, kitchen cab- acre, pool, workshop
4767. inets, also includes only $189,900; Call
3BR/2BA 2CG new side by side refriger- Property Professio-
Brick home in Laurel ator washer & dryer. nals Plus 683-1714.
Brick home in Laurel $189,000 Call 682-
Hill, $975.mo $975 8566 leave mes- 2500SF COUNTRY
DD Days 682-5533, sage Style Brick Home.
night & weekends, 6yrs old,
682-4341 1200SF HOUSE 6yrs o3BD/2BA ldCG, city
2bd/lba. 98% reno- conveniences, much
458 Land vated $115K as is more. For full details
will finish for $125 K call owner 683-
SHOAL RIVER, Riv- 689-1985 8786.
erview Drive. For -
RenPtWq lney tile: 2BD/2.5BA RIVER- -oia ei560ni- n ".706 j ,'"a'
avai-labl y"-Mp'er S.VIHEOA .Dv6 Land For Sale Livestock Supplies
dock, deck plus 1 ACRE wooded lot PERENNIAL PEA-
460 more 850-682-8914. Silver Hills Road NUT hay for horses
Mobile Homes 150x300 $95,000. and goats. 501b bale
FOR SALE By Own- ph. 585-8948 $6.00 per bale. Call
2 BD Mobile Home. er: 232 Holland St., (850) 834-3881
3110 Holley Drive 3br/2bath, 1836 35 ACRES Borders (850) 834-3881.
$650 rent $650 De- sq.ft. over 1/2 acre Black Water State 708
posit, no pets. 682- privacy fence, new Forest! Beautiful Pets
1972. A/C & roof, 15x30 mature Hardwoods,
3BD MOBILE Home screen patio, detach streams and creek, YR OLD SHIH-i
on 1 acre lot garage, fireplace, fantastic home sites TZU DOG, male
$600mo/$600dd. no sunken Ivrm, tile only $6,900 per $400 OBO, neu1
pets, References re- floors, stainless acre. Owner 652- tered. Call 682
quired. Call 682- steel k/appliances, 3639 9331.
1045 daytime or w&dryer. $199,000. FOR SALE 3 1 acre AKC SHETLAND
6 8 2 2 8 8 0 Call for appt. h:689- lots, each with Mo- Sheepdog puppies

after5:00pm. 2029 c:1-877-782- bile Home on May- (Shelties) The little
o BA ol- 5657 w:883-9214. hair Road. Call 682- "Lassies." Precious.
3BD/2BA Mobile-
home on 1 acre lot REMODELED 3/1 1045 daytime or Vet checked, shots
in Holt' area. 1,00Osqft. perfect 682-2880 after 5pm. and wormed.
$700mo. Deposit & home or rental, quiet LAND FOR SALE: Champion Sire
references. 537- neig h borhoo d; Great Southern $350, $500. Call
6222 or 499-7412. $99,000 (850)642- Land, LLC has over 689-1535.
5151. 4,700 acres for sale CKC MINI Dachs-
3BR/2BA IN Mos- in Bullock, Cren- hunds. 2 males, 1
seyhead. Available WALKER SCHOOL shaw, Dallas, Mar- female 8 week pup-
im m e d i a t ely District 3B/2B engo, Perry, Sumter pies/1st shots & Hlth
$850mo/$850sd. 1236sqft, all brick, and Wilcox counties, Cert/w CKC
Call 850-305-7796 fenced yard move in ranging in size from paper/$350. Parents
daytime 850-682- ASAP $159,000; 5 to 384 acres. Of- on site. Call 850-
3951 after7:30pm. NEVER lived in, fered by sealed bid 826-0769 leave
4BD/2BA HOME 3B/2B 1470sqft, Da- on November 14, message if interested.
For Rent Private Lot vidson District 2006. Opportunities
in Wooded Area $170,000; include: land & tim- FREE TO Good
850-685-3604 8 acres inground ber investments, de- Home, female Ger-
pool 3B/2B new roof velopment, recrea- man Shepherd,
464 Roommates 1546sqft. workshop tional, hunting, lake spayed, needs com-
Wanted $450,000 move in sites, creeks, etc. In- pany, good with kids
today; formative seminars 537-4093.
R OOM MATE 4 acres Kings Lake will be held in Bir- H
WANTED to share Estates mobiles al- mingham 10/10/06. HAPPY JACK Skin
3BR/2BA Brick lowed $55,000; T u s c a I o o s a Balm stops scratch-
home. $450./mo in- Keller-Williams Ste- 10/11/10, Meridian ing & gnawing. Pro-
cludes all phanie Johnson 10/12/06, Biloxi motes healing &
utilities.$225/DD 850-902-0084. 10/16/06, Mobile hairgrowth due to
689-8978 10/17/06, Pensacola Hot Spots on dogs &
10/18/06 and Mont- cats without ste-
A f o r d a b I e gomery 10/19/06. roids!. Okaloosa
S Housing! The Details: 800-782- Grain Feed Store
i'at room has a 5263 ext. 203 or (6 8 2 -9 3 3 3 )
,ter nice fireplace. www.greatsouthern. (www.estitch.com)
hey ceilings in
both dining area com 712
and master bed- LOT FOR sale per- Lost.& Found
room CAram;c tile and nyll sidig to assure low maintenance fect for mobile home
and longevity. $139,000 ECAR#427885 asking $25,000, call MISSING CAT
SThis 2-Story 689-1985 White grey Siamese
home is located RESIDENTIAL LOT mix Blue eyes miss-
off the 10th 75ftx125ft in Down- ing from Galaxyl 699-8905
Fairway of town Laurel Hill or 689-0232 Ask forgive Call 699-8905
F o x w o o d $19,900 owner 652- Lin 689da022 Ask or
-Country Club. 3639. Lnda


Seller will pay majority of closing costs with acceptable
offer! $249,000 ECAR#403817
eThis 2BR/IBa Townhome. Is a must
see for Investors or first time home
buyers. Don't miss this opportunity!
Townhome has been completely
repainted (inside/out) and ready to
go. $99,000 ECAR #411700
AMel Weir

850-240-4785
mel.weir@pelicanproperty.com
Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
pelican 5210 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
6 -6-8 S Ji www.pelicanproperty.com


Beautiful Home
In Baker


Baker. 4br/3ba/3cg/3354SF. For Details & Pictures See Listing
#12347 @ www.salebyownerrealty.com "OR"
AD # MB010548 @ www.militarybyowner.com
Email: bcpete@hughes.net


$399,900


850-689-1088


712
Lost & Found
LOST GERMAN
Shepherd mixed,
black female dog,
red collar. Lost
around Escambia
Farms and. Black-
man area. Reward!
537-2265.


ADAMS AUTO SALES
BUY SELL TRADE
On Lot Financing


222 Texas Pkwy. 682-1965
located behind Hub City Pawn


814
Furniture
8 2 WOODEN mani-
cure tables, UV
.... lamp table, 1 recep-
S tion desk, 1 chair, 1
WNlamp for table, all for
$700 537-9201.
802 BABY FURNITURE
Antiques for sale. All prices,
u. must see. Call 682-
RON'S ANTIQUES. 4394. o v "
Specializing in Anti- .
que furniture, clocks SOFA WITH love-
and clock repair. An- seat dark blue $200
tiques. Buy and Sell both, king size mat-
Estates. M-F 9-5 tress and box
Sat. 9-2, 213 N, springs with frame
Main St. Crestview $290 Sears extra
850-689-1007 305:- plush. 682-0348
2441


SUMMER SALE be-
gins Wednesday
13th ends Saturday
23rd, all furniture
and oriental rugs 25-
50% off original
price excluding
"firm" pieces. Call for
hours, Daisy's Anti-
ques 1307-D, Geor-
gia Avenue, Baker
537-5253.
806
Appliances
FRIDGE BOTTOM
Freezer with ice-
maker Like New
$300.00 652-4019
or 902-1264
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844!!!
813
Farm & Garden
JUMBO GREEN
and boiled peanuts
Holland farm 877-
675-6876
SWEET JAPANESE
Persimmons 301b
box $30 per box.
Call (850)834-3881.


826
Sporting Goods
25.06 BOLT Action
Rifle w/Kassnar
Scope. 5.5 boxes of
ammo. $500. firm
826-0271
BERSA THUNDER
.380 comes with 3
magazines and 100
rounds of P.P. am-
mo $350. Cobra .32
comes with 3 maga-
zines and 168
rounds of P.P. am-
mo $250. 305-8100.
FOR SALE or trade.
Like new tree climb-
er $80 or trade for
ladder stand or
ground blind, call
682-4080.
TREDMILL TRANI-
UM- $75. Call 682-
5665.


829
Garage Sales
137 TWIN Oak Drive
Crestview, in Dog-
wood Estates, Fri. 8-
3 Sat. 8-12, Lots of
misc. All must go.
SEPT 23RD 8am.
No early birds
please. Glass top
dinnett set, recliner,
mens & women's
clothing, misc. 5849
Reinke Drive.


Totally Renovated!


4qZ west Ist Ave. -j/iq Oearoom, I 2 am zut o
sqft home on 1/3 acre, fenced lot. Totally reno-
vated, ready to move in. $5K toward closing.
$189,900 642-4663


208 Aza Place: 2040sqft, 3BR/2BA + Bonus room.
Upgraded kitchen, w/ Ref., Smooth-top stove, DW, Microwave.
One-car garage. New Roof, Siding, & Gutters. Walker School. Will
pay some closing costs. PCSing Must Sell!
$235,000 $219,900 689-3658


829
Garage Sales
HUGE SALE
Clothes, baby items,
toys, dishes, a little
bit of everything.
Fri-Sat 7-2 5751 Re-
inke Dr.
MULTI-FAMILY
SEPT 30th 7:00am-
'12:00pmr, in'front of
-CHS:- All-proceeds
will support The Big
Red Machine, lots of
great stuff!
SATURDAY, SEPT.
23rd 7:00 am-??
901 Pinellas Drive
(Countryview Es-
tates) 10 years of
stuff must gol Lots
of baby items.
FAMILY YARD Sale
7-12 Saturday,
Sept. 23rd. Lots of
clothes arid misc.
1317 Valley Rd.
THURSDAY AND
Friday. 5329 Hwy 4.
Hardware, Clothes,
Furn. Lots of Misc.
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305. or 689-4744
VARIETY OF Items,
Sat. 7-12, 108 Ray-
bum St.
YARD SALE Satur-
day 7-12 103 Briah
Dr. Countryview Es-
tates
YARD SALE Satur-
day, September
23rd @ 6451 Moon-
light Lane. Lots of
infant & toddler
clothing, toys,
household & misc.
items. 7:30-???

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
WASHER AND
dryer
vgc $225, Floor
buffer $125, Floor
stripper $50, small
warehouse sweeper
$100, Go cart $325,
2004 Yamaha
BearTracker 250
ATV $2300,
Camper shell 6ft.
bed $300.
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BUNK BED andC
weight bench $75
each. Call 305-9741
or 682-7336.
EARTHLITE PORT-
ABLE Avalon Mas-
sage Table with
headrest and half
round booster, grey
$200. Call 537-
9201.
FOR LEASE 2 acre
Quail Farm in Dor-
Brooders and Fly
Pens. For more de-
tails call after 7pm
850-682-1714.


904
Cars

2006 SUZUKI
Grand Vitara
$16,000; 2003
Windstar Van
$10,000; 2002 Rialta
Winnebago $40,000
Call 758-1795.




1979CADIuAC
Coupe DeVifle de lganu
* Custom Paint,
* New Top
* New Headliner
* Power Windows
* Runs Good
$1,500 (obo)
850-758-0701
Anytime


$1,800
Newer Engine &
Front End
A/C, Seats 6-7
GREAT TRANSPORTATION
Call Ray @
850-689-3779
1979 CAMARO 350
A/T minor body work
$2,500; 1986 Suzuli
175 Dirt Bike $500;
1973 Volkswagon
$1,000; Sandrail
Dunebuggy high
performance race
motor $2,500 582-
3164.


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BULiTIN BOARD CLASSIFIED, No SPAM, NO POP UPS, NO SHIPPING FEES.


'93 Cadillac Sedan DeVille


With parts car! Blue Cadillac
runs good with clean interior.

$3,500 850-398-5000


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Call for appointment:
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Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars


'02 Honda
Accord


54,000mi. Automatic, CD.
New tires. GOLD CERTIFIED
ExTRA CtEA, iKLE NEW!
Won't last long!
334-572-4176 or
334-504-3342
$9,995


96 LINCLON
TOWNCAR


FOR SALE 1996
LINCLON TOWNCAR
130,000 MILES
GREAT CONDITION!
NEW PAINT
$3,500 o0o
902-5967


'95 LINCOLN
TOWNCAR


New Wheels
New Transmission
Many New Parts
$3,800 (obo)
217-7160


95 Buick
LeSabre


One owner, serviced
regularly. 134,000 miles,
Automatic, Air, Power win-
dows & locks, AM/FM. Runs
great. EXCELLENT family car
$2,40012
682-6909


$1,100
Call: 682-1231


904
Cars
1981 CADILLAC
ELDORADO
BIARITZ
CLASSIC LEATHER
INTERIOR, GREAT
CONDITION.
First $1,500 steals it!
CALL BMAN
850-546-0566


FOR SALE 1984
Cadillac $1,000 689-
4583 after 5pm.
905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
906
Boats

15' BOAT
FIBERGLASS
TRI-HULL
Bow RIDER
NEEDS INTERIOR WORK
GOOD FOR THE BAY
$29500
902-2634



910
Motorcycles
1997 HARLEY Da-
vidson Soft tail cus-
tom, 17,000 miles,
Many custom extras,
$13,500 call 537-
9606
2003 H-D
Dyna
Low-Rider
Anniversary colors
440 miles
Mostly been in storage
$8,200
for more
information
or to see call:
543-3604
H-D 2003 Dyna
Lowrider, Anniversa-
ry colors. 440 miles.
Mostly kept in stor-
age $8,000. Call
543-3604.
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
1984 K-5 Blazer,
runs good, needs
paint $2,500 682-
7316.
918
Trucks
1989 GMC S-15 Si-
erra Classic 5sp.
2.5liter, toolbox.
New speaker box,
runs, needs work.
$500 as-is. 682-
2414.


918
Trucks
1986 CHEVY S-10
Pickup runs good,
new tires, good work
truck $1000.
(334)858-3704
82 GMC P/U & 89
Toyota P/U. Nei-
ther runs but good
for parts or project
truck. Both for $400
OBO. 850-420-
1142 or 850-598-
0520 if no answer
leave message.
95 EXTENDED Cab,
3/4 Ton Chevy
Truck, Power Win-
dows, AC, runs
great, $7,800, fi-
nancing available,
call 682-2317
F350 Bus


1989 Ford F-350 Bus.
. 26 Passanger.
Blue & White.
Can be seen atl NB parking lot
$3,000 (obo)
682-6191

TRACTOR
DIESEL
DAVI D BROWN
CASE
NEEDS A LOT OF WORK
WiLL DELIVER LOCALLY
$1,400
902-2634


920
Vans


'89 FORD
ECONOLINE


140,000 miles.
Runs great, just
needs a fuel pump.
Great Work Vanl
699-0897
$2,000 (.)

98 Dodge
Caravan



GOOD CONDITION,
AUTOMATIC, CRUISE,
165K Miles.
$3,800(oBo)
305-9409 or
305-1443
Para Espahol
1989 GMC S-15 Si-
erra Classic 5sp.
2.5liter, toolbox.
New speaker box,
runs, needs work.
$500 as-is. 682-
2414.


21' Motor Home
2004 BT
Cruiser
5kw Generator, Canopy, 2 CFord
E-350
V-10, A/M,
A/C, 20k,
Cruise,
5kw Generator, Canopy, 2 Couches,
Sleeps 4, Tub/Shower. Many Extras!
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