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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 2006
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9-year-old cancer survivor inspires others


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Among other things,
Dorothy Sweeney wants to
be a model, an actress, a doc-
tor and a missionary when
she grows up.
The 9-year-old girl and
her parents share a new per-
spective on life since she bat-
tled for her life when she
was five.
Dorothy had leukemia.
The disease, tackled by treat-
ments, numerous bouts of
chemotherapy and a healthy


dose of faith, was defeated.
And Dorothy's optimistic
spirit never waned. She
remained active and posi-
tive throughout the treat-
ments and long stays in hos-
pitals. She competed in
beauty contests and tried
her luck at modeling. She
even raised money for Relay
for Life and other organiza-
tions while she was sick
with cancer.
Now, four years later,
she's still pressing forward
to do what she loved, to do
what. was nearly taken from


her.
She is now pursuing a
new challenge; she's raising
money to attend the "Talent
Rock" teen modeling and
acting competition in
Orlando. The deadlines for
entries is in November.
Currently, she has only
raised a tenth of the money
needed to qualify for the
prestigious competition.
Her parents, Cindy and
Gary, have fully supported
Dorothy. The family moved
from Arizona to Crestview
in May. Though they've


been faced with numerous
hardships from three mis-
carriages, to Dorothy's sick-
ness to a medical bankrupt-
cy that threw the family in a
financial tailspin the
Sweeneys have remained
positive and continue to
focus on life's important
treasures.
"Material things don't
mean anything," said Cindy
of the simple but enduring
message that has become the
family's creed,
Dorothy still has quarter-
ly checkups. And she still


honors those who struggle
with the same disease that
nearly took her life.
., She's an avid food label
reader and she knows more
about cooking and eating
healthy than most adults.
While shuffling through a
cluster of beauty pageant
trophies, Dorothy recited the
words to a message she lives
daily: "Never give up hope."
To help Dorothy attend
the Talent Rock competition,
send checks care of "Talent
Rock" "to P.O. Box 6134,
Miramar Beach, Fla. 32550.


Norwood airs reality TV show

E The local recording
artist's newest project
"More than the Music" will
be rebroadcast tonight and -
Thursday night on WPAN.

Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Local country singer and moti-
vator Daronri Norwood launched
the first episode of his new reality'
TV show Tuesday.
Norwood's show, "More than
the Music," coincides with his ,
"keep it Straight",tirug prevention
program for people of allages. 1e._- ...
tours the country performing for -.
students, telling them to make wise 4 : .
choices and to abstain from drugs ...
and alcohol.
"This program is a marriage
between the music and the pro-
gram Keep it Straight," Norwood
said Tuesday.
The pilot show, which can be
seen by viewers from Mobile, Ala.
to Walton County, was filmed at
several area locations, including
Richbourg Middle School.
It takes Norwood's basic mes-
sage that he brings to school kids
nationwide abstain from drugs
and alcohol and combines it
with informal interviews, music
videos and his encounters with stu-
dents to create a fast-paced show
that both children and adults can
enjoy.
Norwood hopes the show's mes-
sage will speak loudly in a positive
way.
"We're not trying to be preachy; Special toe News Bulletin
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we just want to let life speak," he Country music recording star Damron Norwood, seen here inside a barber shop in Holt, aired the first'
said. "We're really trying to hit episode of his new 30-minute reality show, "More than the Music," Tuesday night on WPAN Channel 18.
See REALITY, page 5A The show will be rebroadcast tonight and Thursday night on the same channel.


Longtime

councilman

Sam Hayes

back home

Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview City Councilman
Sam Hayes is finally at home fol-
lowing some complications he
experienced after
double bypass
heart surgery.
Sitting com-
fortably in his
lounge chair next
to the fireplace,
Hayes is sur-
rounded by
recent issues of
the Crestview
News Bulletin,
and his councilman informational
packets from City Hall.
"I'm looking forward to getting
back down to City Hall and seeing
all the folks down there," said
Hayes...
The 86-year-old Hayes, who has
served for more than 20 years on
the Crestview City Council,
returned home Sept. 19, following
double bypass heart surgery on
Aug. 4.
He said that he has not let the
business of the city, particularly the
recent budget hearings, or the
retirement of the police chief worry
him too much.
"I am concentrating on healing
up so I can get back to City Hall,"
said Hayes.
"I keep up with what's going on
around town by reading the
See HAYES, page 7A


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* If the sandwich business continues to succeed, owners
Jake and Jennifer Taylor have their sights set on future
expansion in and around north Okaloosa County.


Steve Andrews
Managing Editor

As a youngster, Jake Taylor
enjoyed hanging out around the old
Crestview Apothecary and watch-
ing how his grandfather, Perry


Smith, ran his business with a
friendly smile and a hometown atti-
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pharmacy for many years, is now
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TaylorMade Subs opened its first
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First National Bank of Crestview opens new facility


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
The doors are open, the
air conditioning is on and
so are the smiles at the new
home office of the First
National Bank of
Crestview.
The beautiful three
story, 24,000-sqaure-foot
facility, located on
Industrial Drive north
across from Crestview
High School, officially
opened its doors Sept. 25.
"We hit the ground run-
ning," said bank senior
vice president Pennie
Hartzog. "The lobby and
the drive through have
both done a tremendous
number of transactions."
The downtown office,
which has served the com-
munity for more than 50
years, will continue to pro-
vide customers with full
service banking.
"Our negotiations with
the county for leasing a
portion of the downtown
building are still moving
forward," said Hartzog.
"Either way, we are com-


mitted to keeping a full ser-
vice facility at that location
in the downtown area."
The bank's third full ser-
vice location is the south-
side office of the city at the
Big Lots shopping center.
The new location and
the downtown location
drive through are open
Monday to Thursday 8:15
until 4 p.m. The southside
location drive through is
open Monday through
Friday from 8:15 a.m. until
5.p.m.
On Saturday the
Industrial and Southside
location drive through are
open from 8:15 until noon.
"I believe that we are
now strategically placed
through out the city, said
bank president Dale Rice.
"To be located here near
the post office, the library,
community center and the
high school puts us in a
great position to meet all of
the expected future growth
from Crestview to Laurel
Hill," Rice said.
An official grand open-
ing celebration has been
scheduled for Dec. 8.


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Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
First National Bank of Crestview president Dale Rice, far left,
and senior vice president Pennie Hartzog, far right, join mem-
bers of the bank's staff to raise the flag in celebration of the
opening of the banks new location on Industrial Drive next to
the U.S. Post Office.


parade coming Friday
.Dozens of CHS stu-
dents are using their
creative and artistic
talents this week
building floats for
Friday's
Homecoming
Parade. Pictured
here at a secret loca-
tion are junior class
members, left to
right, Nicole
Johnson, Sarah
Moening, Kayla
Clifton, and Kyrsten
McKeand. The
Crestview News
Bulletin, supporters
of the many activities
at Crestview High
School, donated
S'hundreds of newspa-
pers to the float
building project. The
parade begins at 3
p.m., on Main Street.
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will be sold starting on Friday evening at this year's CHS Homecoming game. The truck can be viewed during the
week at Award Chevrolet on south Ferdon Boulevard. It will also be featured in this year's homecoming parade that
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Local gifted students learn about astronaut training


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Fifth-grade students
enrolled at the North
Okaloosa Gifted Center
learned what it takes to be an
astronaut.
And they even inter-
viewed for jobs.
The students are from var-
ious elementary schools in
north Okaloosa County. They
come to the gifted school
each week to learn hands-on
lessons about advanced
career fields like astronaut
training.
Several military personnel
from Eglin Air Force Base
came to the gifted center
behind Walker Elementary
School on Thursday to inter-
view the class of accelerated
students for mock positions


as astronauts.
The interactive lesson was
part of the center's approach
to theme-based learning
principles that teach children
the merits of real world expe-
rience in dynamic work
fields.
Beckie Sinor, the center's
teacher, organized the activi-
ty, enlisting the aid of five
military officers to ask stu-
dents mathematical and sci-
entific questions that only a
true astronaut would know.
"We partnered up with the
CHOICE aviation program
and we are focusing more on
career training," Sinor said.
On Thursday students sat
nervously across from inter-
viewers and accurately
answered questions about
the phonetic alphabet, math-
ematics, science and


advanced technology.
Sinor continued, "For
these gifted students, we
focus on what to do to get to
where you want to be."
Megan Summers thinks
she has the best skills to
become a pilot astronaut. At
10, she also thinks this kind
of learning is preparing her
for her future in the "real"
world.
"I think it will help me
when I'm older when we
go to real job interviews
when we're in our 20s or
30s," she said.
Evan Stegner, 10, is ready
to become a payload special-
ist.
"It seemed like it needed
the most science," the confi-
dent 10-year-old said. "I just
keep getting 100s on (science)
tests."


Adam Ziglar/The News Bulletin
Fifth grader Vincent Sabarree answers questions posed by 1st Lt. Nicole Alford about
living in space. When asked what he would do to curve the isolation from his family,
Sabarree told Alford that he would bring a toy with him.


Fire hydrants being tested
Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Fire Department began conducting bi-
annual fire hydrant flow tests throughout the city on
Monday
The tests are the departments way to check the water
pressure at various locations and to insure the mechanical
integrity of each of the city's more than 800 fire hydrants.
During the testing some water users may encounter a
slight discoloration or fluctuation in the water system.
"What happens sometimes when we open the valve it
stirs up some of the sediment and causes the water to dis-
color for a moment," said Crestview Fire Chief Joe
Traylor. "It's a very localized event and would affect very
few homes for just a moment or so."
Traylor said if the discoloration appears, allow the
water to flow for a minute until it disappears.
In addition to the maintenance issues, the test plays a
significant role in the department's ISO rating.
"Water supply is around 40 percent of the departments
ISO rating," said Crestview Fire Lieutenant Jeff Sorey.
"Our goal is to insure the very best fire protection and
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Senior adults
explore the piano
through lessons at the
Elder Services Center.
Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Ruth McCallum has
never played the piano her
whole life, that is until her
new piano teacher, Victoria
Adams, taught her how to
play Johann Sebastian
Bach's "Prelude in C Major"
during a conversation over
the telephone.
McCallum and nearly a
dozen other area women are
learning how to play piano
in the prime of their lives.
"This is all new to me,"
McCallum said Wednesday
morning at the Elder
Services office on Wilson
Street where Adams offers
lessons.
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like the piano.
"I've always wanted to
learn," she said. "I could
just stay home and let her
teach me over the phone,
but getting together with
everyone is what makes this
so fun."
The room is bright with
the mellow yawr of early
morning sunshine. Notes
from the piano hammer
through the house that has
been transformed into a
community service center.
The notes, like the sunlight
in the prime morning light,
warm and fill the room.
As one "pupil" practices
Beethoven's Ninth
Symphony, the women talk
among themselves and ner-
vously look over notebooks
with handwritten, colorful
numbers the process is a
simplified way to teach
piano.
"They're learning and
that's what's so fun," said
Adams, a DeFuniak Springs


Adam Ziglar/The News Bulletin
Ruth McCallum practices the piano while her instructor, Victoria Adams, plays along
with her violin. Adams is teaching piano lessons at Crestview's Elder Services Center o.;
Wilson Street.


To find out more.about piano lessons at
Elder Services, contact Paula or Linda at
689-7958.


resident who drives to
Crestview each Wednesday
to teach an hour-long class
to anyone interested.
"This is for people who
have had bad experiences


taking piano lessons," she
said.
The horror stories were
numerous: overlords with
rulers, endless lessons
before learning a solitary


song most of the women
had their own horror story
from days of their youth.
Adams teaches a simple
counting method and other
visual explanations.
"It's really simple once
you understand how the
method works," McCallum
said.
Adams' message is sim-
ple and clear: "You're rarely
too young and never too old
to twinkle."


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OPINION & EDITORIAL


WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER 4, 2006


Inexcusable abuse of

trust in office
Last week, I
was shocked Miller
and disgusted Report
by the news p
regarding Mark
Foley's Jeff
inappropriate e- Miller
mail exchanges
with former
Congressional
pages.
I cannot even begin to fathom how any
person, especially one in a position of trust,
could take advantage of his authority and use
it to harm children who look up to and admire
him. It is perverse, inexcusable, and an
embarrassment to the office in which he
served.
I find myself in a position of feeling
betrayed. Mr. Foley was a member of the
Florida delegation and a colleague of mine. I,
like many Members of Congress, always
assumed that he was in Washington to work
as a civil servant, promoting the greater good
for both Florida and the nation as a whole.
When the story broke and the Internet and
instant message exchanges that took place
between Foley and the former pages were
released, I was appalled and disappointed in
my colleague's inexcusable behavior.
Equally disconcerting are the allegations
that followed, claiming that the Republican
leadership knew about Foley's inappropriate
behavior for months yet did not take action. I
support a full investigation into this case. I
want to know who knew about Foley's
behavior and when they knew about it. It is
the duty of Congressional leadership to act as
leaders. The safety of the nation's children
should come before the safety of the
Republican Majority. Keeping control of the
Congress is not worth risking the safety and
wellbeing of those whose parents have
entrusted us.
This week, Mr. Foley checked himself into
rehabilitation for alcoholism. Alcoholism is no
excuse for pedophilia. I stand in support of a
criminal investigation of his actions, and if
found guilty, his punishment.
This situation is not a partisan one. It has
nothing to do with Republicans or Democrats,
rather, what is right and what is wrong. Every
Member of Congress should be angry and.
"upset over th'e actions of Mr. Foley. No one
should claim that what he did was permissible
under any circumstance. We stand united to
investigate the actions of both Mr. Foley and
those who may have known, yet ignored his
actions.
It saddens me deeply to think that any of
my colleagues could be involved in illegal
wrong doings. It fosters distrust among the
American people. It is our duty as elected
officials to serve our constituents honestly,
ethically, and to the best of our ability.
The Congressional page program is a
w'vonderful program. A spot in the program is
one of the most sought after positions in
Washington, DC for young people. Only 72
positions are open each year, with over 400
Members of Congress wishing to recommend
young people for a position. These kids are
some of the most motivated, brightest, hard
working young people in the country;.
It is my sincere hope that Congress will
take a good look at the program and the
safety of the youths involved to ensure that
cases such as this one never again cast a dark
shadow on such an admirable program.
As the investigations proceed, my wife
Vicki and I continue to pray for the young
victims as well as Mr. Foley and his family.

United States Representative Jeff Miller was sworn
in as the Congressman of the First District
Congressional District of Florida in October of
2001. He is a member of the House Armed Services
Committee and the Committee on Veterans' Affairs.


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with a giant sized pine
tree!'
The airbag deploys as
the vehicle comes to rest,
and although cut and
bleeding, you realize
that you are generally
okay, though your mode
of transportation may
never again serve its
original purpose.
Take this a step
further, for this is a
lonesome stretch of road,
void of too many cars at
that particular time of


night, and
here you
sit, with an
incapaci-
tated
vehicle, so
you reach
for your
trusty cell phone.
Unfortunately, there are
not too many towers in
the area and you cin't
make contact with the
"outside world." You sit
there, bleeding, waiting
for a "Good Samaritan"
to come along and offer
assistance.
When help does
arrive it is obvious that
you are in need of more
than a tow truck; you
need medical attention!
But it is a few miles to
the nearest operative
telephone, and it takes
time to find it and to get
the ambulance to you.
All the while, you are
bleeding!
This may seem a bit
gruesome, but it is very
possible. The insurance
company will take care
of the vehicle, get it
fixed or make a
settlement. But what
about you? Who is
going to patch up
your wounds and
replace the vital fluids
that you have lost, if
those vital fluids are
available?


We encourage our readers to write to us at
any time with their thoughts and ideas. Opinions
may be mailed, faxed or e-mailed to our office.
All letters are read, but not all are published.
Letters may be edited to fit available space
without altering the viewpoint of the writer. Keep
It to the point, support ideas with facts, and aim
'for a word count of 250 or less.


Every-
My body
Opinion assumes
that
Bob hospitals
All are well
Allen stocked
and that
whenever there is a need
for blood someone
simply goes to a supply
room and gets whatever
type is needed for
transfusion. If only such
was the case!
Unfortunately, blood
centers are constantly
asking for donations,
and all too often such
requests fall on deaf
ears. Too many folks
figure that somebody
else will take the time to
stick out an arm and
make a donation. There
is an ongoing need for
blood, and there is a
shortage of regular
donors!
"Do you give blood?"
I am often asked, and I
can answer in the
affirmative. Then, the
next question is, "How
many pints have you
given?" It is then that I
reply that I stopped
counting at 19 gallons!
"Wow, but doesn't it
hurt?" Probably not as
much as when you got
your ears pierced, or
when you had that ugly
tattoo put on your arm!


How to save a life, possibly


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"But why do you give
blood?" The reason is
simple. I have it and do
not need it; somebody
needs it and doesn't
have it! Besides, I can
make a donation and my
body will replenish that
which it has lost in little
more than three days.
Because of strict
controls placed on blood
donations, the number
of individuals eligible to
give has been reduced,.
Thus, it is imperative
that those who meet the
criteria make the effort
to do so. All that it
takes is a healthy
individual over the age
of 17 who is willing to
devote about one hour
of time. There are some
who have traveled to
exotic places or who
have certain life styles
that are not acceptable,
but these are the
exceptions.
So the next time you
see a blood mobile at
Wal-Mart or wherever,
stop and take the time to
be a donor. Who
knows? You may save
somebody's life, just as
somebody else may
some day save your life!

Bob Allen is a resident of
the Crestview area and a
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The Lou Frey Institute Reform
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Government at the Control Congress
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UCF Student Union
Pegasus Ballroom. The
program beings at 9:30
a.m. with Congressmen
Keller (R-FL), Feeney (R-
FL) and Mr. Chester
Glover, a Representative
from Congresswoman
Corrine Brown's (D-FL)
office. Congressman
Keller several months
ago spent a week with
the Border Patrol along
the Mexican border, and
will highlight what he
found.
Senator Mel Martinez
(R-FL), who was key in
putting together the
Senate Immigration Bill,
will outline its
provisions. He is the
only immigrant in the
United States Senate. He
came to Florida as a
young teenager as part
of the Pedro Pan
Program. He
understands this issue
intellectually and
emotionally.
Speaking with him
will be Congressman
Romano Mazzoli (D-
KY), who was first
elected to Congress in
1970. He was a key
member of the House
Judiciary Committee,
and after years of work,
was co-author of the
1986 Immigration


Simpson-


Mazzoli
Bill. Congressman
Mazzoli says the bill was
like a "three-legged
stool." Leg one was
improved security
against illegal crossings.
Leg two was the H-2A
Temporary Worker
Program for agriculture
workers. Leg three was
legalization, which
allowed some, but not
all undocumented aliens
living and working in
the United States to
regularize their unlawful
status and begin the
long process to earn
temporary residency and
eventually, if they chose,
to earn permanent
residency and
citizenship. He will look
at what was done, what
else could or should
have been done, and
where we stand today.
One of the key issues
is our relations with
Mexico. The Honorable
Ger6nimo GutieIrrez,
Under Secretary for
North America, Mexican
Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, along with
Consulate Jaime Paz y
Puente G, Consulate of
Mexico, Orlando, will
speak about this
problem. Other
speakers include Noah


Pickus
from
Duke,
author of
True Faith
and .
Allegiance:
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gration
and American Civic
Nationalism; Dennis
Clare, an immigration
attorney who is in the
front lines in dealing
with the problem;
Bishop Thomas Wenski,
who has been extremely
active in this area,
especially with Haitian
refugees; and David
Harris, director of the
International and
Terrorist Intelligence
Program and Former
Intelligence Official of
the Government of
Canada.
The evening program
will be highlighted with
a discussion entitled,
"Immigration Policy: Is
there Any Common
Ground?" featuring Carl
Thomas, and Bob
Beckel, both syndicated
columnists, "Common
Ground", USA Today.
You have probably seen
both of these gentlemen
on many Washington
talk shows.
Immigration is a topic
that will not go away.
The issue is stalled in the
Congress. One reason is
that the House bill is ,
enforcement heavy, and
the Senate bill is
enforcement light.
Senator Martinez and


others have attempted to
work out a compromise,
but because of the
election year, and the
fact that Congress has
, -li l after the
,id-iterme ection, there
is .ittIehQpof
legislation this year.
Republicans in the
House feel they have an
issue that is resonating
with their political base.
They are unwilling to
compromise.
Symposium
information, including
pre-registration, can be
found by going to
loufrey.org. We have had
a number of colleges and
high schools who have
received the program
live over the internet in
the past. This service is
still available, and can be
obtained by calling the
Director of The Frey
Institute, Doug Dobson,
at 407-823-4018 or
Professor Drew Lanier at
407-823-3753. The subject
for the Spring
Symposium on April 2,
2007 is the environment.
Panels will discuss
topics such as global
warming, the
Everglades, oil drilling,
and air and water
pollution.

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member of Congress (FL
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Hobo Festival this Saturday


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
The 2006 Hobo Festival
is scheduled for this
Saturday at Gene Clary
Park in Laurel Hill.
The annual event fea-
tures local entertainers
Samantha Purvines and Jim
Hubbard.


"We have lots of arts and
crafts and food booths,"
said committee member
Joan Smith. "We also have
for the first time a car and
motorcycle show."
The festival gates open at
9 a.m. and the entertain-
ment will continue until 5
p.m.
All of the proceeds from


the festival go to support
various activities and orga-
nizations in the Laurel Hill
community.
"We keep just enough of
the proceeds to get us start-
ed on next year's festival,"
said Smith. "The rest of the
money goes to help support
the many other projects
here in the community."


YMCA using tiles to decorate, raise funds


Special to The News Bulletin
Country recording artist Daron Norwood hangs out at Richbourg Middle School during a
recent photo shoot for his soon-to-be-released new album.


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lies."
The show introduces Keep
it Straight to a larger audi-
ence, allowing parents to see
what their children have
seen at school. It is not over-
ly religious, but there are
threads of Norwood's per-
sonal faith woven through-
out the show, including the
performance of a Christian
song at Olive Baptist Church
and an endorsement from
the church's lead pastor, Ted
Traylor.
Norwood, who launched
Keep it Straight about 10
years ago after battling with
his own addictions, hopes to
use his positive music to
influence viewers to make
the right decisions about
drugs, alcohol, substance
abuse and-the grand scheme


"More than the Music" will air each week on WPAN,
Channel 18 on local cable. Below is a listing of times
to watch the show.
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Wednesday at 10:30 p.m.


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"I'm tired of people say-
ing the wrong things with
music," he said, explaining
why he uses music in a posi-
tive way to influence peo-
ple's decisions.
While Norwood reached
roughly 125,000 students last
year nationwide, the show
has the potential to reach
even more people as each 30-
minmute, gment is aired
weekly on local cable TV.


Norwood's latest album,
which is currently not named
and in the last stages of pro-
duction, will highlight songs
that can be heard on the
show.
The album is a collection
of original and previously
recorded songs, including
John Denver's "Country
Road" and Lynyrd Skynyrd's
"Sweet Home Alabama."-
The album will be
released later this year.


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
The North Okaloosa
Family YMCA is inviting
local residents to help deco-
rate their recently opened
facility on Wilson Street.
Beginning this week spe-
cial ceramic tiles are being
sold for $15 to help raise
money for the YMCA Strong
Kids program.
Individuals have an
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their artistic talents by per-
sonalizing the tiles with
paint or photographs.
"We want as much a
variety as we can get," said
North Okaloosa Family
YMCA director Amye
Myers. "The more color and
variety the better."
The tiles will form a dec-
orative border that will
encircle the interior of the
facility.
"We're going to start dis-
playing them in the front
lobby as soon as we get 50 of
them completed," said
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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 4. 2006 CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


BULLETIN KID


This week's Bulletin Kid
is 13-year-old Brittany
Boothe of Crestview. She is
the daughter of Melissa
Smith of Crestview. Brittany
attends Rocky Bayou
Christian School. Active in
her church youth group and
Acteens, she also plays the
flute in her school band.
This week's and last
week's temperatures accord-
ing to Brittany are:
Highs


LOWS
09/27
09)28
09,2
09)3


Brittany Boothe
10/02 88 59
10/03 86 58
If you would like your
child to be a Bulletin Kid,
stop by the Bulletin office at
295 W. James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview with a photo.


Stuck out


Recently a
man was
attending a ball-
game at a local
ball complex.
His son was
playing in a lit- 00- \1
tie league base-
ball game and
the father was
in sweats. It was a close
game; everything was riding
on this one.
Actually, the kids were
too young and too preoccu-
pied with throwing sand at
each other to care what was
going on in the game.
However, one little boy's
dad made a big scene; '
First, he arrived to the
park intoxicated. He spat
and spewed obscenities from
the sidelines, telling the
umpire that he was blind.
After offending half the
people at the park and
screaming words that hun-
dreds of little kids have since,
repeated, the umpire asked
the crazy, drunken guy to
leave.
Instead of leaving quietly,
he argued with the umpire
and started cursing again.
;* umpire stopped "the
game and-&tffed-th'e'guy to
leave a second time. He went
to the, bathrooms, probably
to throw up. He then
returned to the game, but
another umpire met him-
halfway and ordered him to
leave the park.
Instead of leaving, he
went to his vehicle, cracked
open another cold one and
started yelling more words
fhiai his vocabulary he's a
big "Pulp Fiction" fan.
-i'Tinally, someone called
lawenforcement. When they
arrived, the guy was sitting
in his truck, drinking a beer.
After noticing the lawmen,
he6islowly lurched himself
out of the front seat and
stumbled as he concealed the
beer behind his seat.
6iThe drunken baseball fan
struck out. He was charged
with disorderly conduct and
trespassing after being
warned. However, the police
report said nothing about
charges for being intoxicat-
ed, nor how he got home
from the park.

When drummers
lose control...
Recently, a teenager was
charged with disturbing the
peace.
The neighbors had com-
municated with the boy and


POLICE

BLOTTER
Information taken from actual law
enforcement reports, compiled by
Adam Ziglar

his mother more than 20
times since last November,
when the maddening noise
first started.
The young man is a drum-
mer. He's lost control. When
drummers lose control,
when the music overtakes
them, they drum for hours.
They can't stop. So is the case
with this drumming lad.
At first, the drumming
was easily ignored. He
would play for a few min-
utes at a time, then stop.
However, he was quickly
overtaken by the rhythm. He
started drumming for sever-
al hours a day.
The neighbors grew anx-
ious; their nerves flared.
They stopped listening to
Led Zeppelin years ago. The
pulsating rock 'n' roll was
too much.
Several neighbors eventu-
ally filed a complaint with
the sheriff's office and the
boy was charged with
breaching the peace.

New and improved
wife beater
Some men search the bet-
ter part of their young lives
to find the perfect woman.
Other men, however, fall
in love with a woman, ask
them to move in, and then
beat the crap out of them for
agreeing to do so.
It's a strange arrange-
ment, but here's one local
couple who recently fail in
love. They have only lived
together for about two
months. Soon after the cou-
ple moved in together, the
woman became the guy's
punching bag.
He's busted her lips, cut
her arms, legs and thighs.
He's choked: her numerous
-times and, recently, stabbed
her with a chef's knife.
The story gets even more
absurd when the deputies
come to arrest him for nearly
stabbing the woman to
death. When they asked him
why he nearly killed his girl-
friend, his response was, "I
love her."
We sure would hate to see
what this guy would do to
somebody if he hated them.


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POLICE
REPORTS
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
8/14: Joseph Jordan, age
46, of 6340 Killcrease Road,
Baker, was charged with F.S.S.
arson of a dwelling.
9115: Alvaro Ignacio
Abaunza, age 36, of 3088
Cosson Circle, Crestview, was
charged with three counts of
making a false statement to
obtain credit, grand theft auto
and one count of failure to reg-
ister. Karen Barnes McCool,
age 45, of 3088 Cosson Circle,
Crestview, was charged with
obstruction and grand theft
auto.
9121: Kenyatta Johney
Beckford, age 24, of 197 Ratliff
Street, Crestview, was arrested
per capias on charges of two
counts of worthless checks.
9/28: James Dewayne
Grimes, age 58, of 1649 East
James Lee Blvd. #11,
Crestview, was charged with
aggravated assault.


TALLAHASSEE Tom
Gallagher, Florida's chief
financial officer, warns
Floridians to be on the look-
out for a bogus letter telling
them they've won a contest
and urging them to send a
check to collect the prize.
Florida is among several
states whose residents have
been targeted by this scheme
in recent weeks.
The letter is on forged
MAG Mutual Insurance
Company stationery and


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United Way volunteers recently helped out local schools. Student council officers Tara
McLaney, Jacky Jerkins, and Marie Williams, shown here with United Way volunteer
Jeremy Coon (1-r), paused momentarily for the camera while taking
a break from painting. (photo submitted)


implies the recipient has
won $250,000 in a contest.
The letter includes a worth-
less check for about $2,900 to
cover "administrative pay-
ment and clearance fees"
and asks the recipient to
deposit the check and then
write one of their own for the
costs of receiving the non-
existent prize.
"We are working with
company representatives
and other state's law
enforcement agencies to


track down the perpetrators
of this scam," said Gallagher,
who oversees the
Department of Financial
Services' Division of
Insurance Fraud, which was
initially alerted to the scam
in recent days. "We will not
tolerate anyone trying to
steal our citizens' hard-
earned money."
The scam perpetrators
seek to receive and cash the
recipient's check before they
or their bank realizes the


check sent with the letter is
worthless. So far, only one
Floridian has reported
receiving the letter. Anyone
who gets one of the letters is
urged to call the depart-
ment's Fraud Fighters' hot-
line at 1-800-378-0445.
"We urge anyone who
may have information about
this scheme to call our hot-
line and report it," Gallagher
said. "These schemes often
prey on those who can least
afford it."


October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month


This October, the,
Okaloosa Walton Domestic
Violence Coordinating
Council is planning four
vigils to commemorate vic-
-tims and-honorindividuals'
n" fatte 1" %10o have '
been affected by domestic
violence. The public is
encouraged to participate.
"This annual activity is an
opportunity for members
of the community to
remember those who died
as a result of domestic vio-
lence and honor those who
continue to work for a vio-
lence free community"
according to Jeannette
Debs, Executive Director of


Shelter House, Inc. and co-
chair of the DVCC. The
candlelight vigils will be at
the following locations:
Domestic Violence
rAwareness'Vigils: .
! 10/03: Ft. Walton
Beach; The Landing 6:30
pm 7:30 pm. 10/10:
Okaloosa Walton College
Chautauqua Center,
DeFuniak Springs 5:45
pm 6 pm. 10/17:
Crestview Courthouse -
6:30 pm 7:30 pm. 10/24:
Sacred Heart Hospital,
Santa Rosa Bch. 6:00 pm -
7:00 pm.
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Chautauqua Center to
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es" said Carolyn
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chair of the Walton
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victims, survivors and
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the campaign to keep our
communities safe and free


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If you fel fhat a family
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physical or emotional safe-
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experiencing this in their
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hotline at 1-800-44-ABUSE,
or 850-863-4777. For more
information about Shelter
House and domestic vio-
lence, visit Shelter House's
website at www.shelter-
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OBITUARIES


James Lee Long
Oct. 20, 1935 Sept. 26, 2006
James Lee Long, age 70, a resident of Laurel Hill, Fla.,
passed away at his home Tues., Sept. 26, 2006. He was born
Oct. 20, 1935 in Indianapolis, Ind., the son of Hugh T. Long
and Susie East Long. He served in the U.S. Air Force during
the Korean conflict. Later he was employed with a military
contractor at Fort Rucker, Ala. as an electronic technician.
Survivors are his wife, Mary Edna Long; his son, Jeron Lee
Long, and wife Linda; daughters, Melony Lewis and Lisa
edge; sister, Sandy McQueen; eight grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29 at
Evans Funeral Home in Florala, Ala. with Rev. Mike McVay
officiating. Visitation was held Thurs., Sept. 28 at Evans
Funeral Home from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Interment was in the
Svea Cemetery in Okaloosa County, Fla.

Sonja A. Josey
Nov.1,1940 Oct. 2, 2006
Sonja A. Josey, age 65, of Crestview, Fla., passed away on
Monday, Oct. 2, 2006 at a local hospital. Sonja was born on
Nov. 1, 1940 in Milwaukee, Wis. and moved to Crestview in
1946. She was a school teacher for 22 years, teaching at
Southside and Walker Elementary Schools. She was a mem-
ber of Our Savior Lutheran Church.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Alice and Albert
Dusterhuff.
Survivors include her husband of 36 years, Marvin Josey
of Crestview, Fla.; brother-in-law, George "Robert" Josey of
Crestview; nephews, Mike Josey, George Ralph Josey,
Thomas E. Josey, and Peter Doran Josey; niece, Christina A.
Hart.
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Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home from 1 until 2 p.m., fol-
lowed by the funeral service at 2 p.m. with Rev. Vance Tech
officiating. Burial will follow in Holt Cemetery in Holt.
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HAYES, from page
Crestview News Bulletin and
my wife brings all of my mail
and council packets to me
from City Hall."
Hayes said that he has on
occasion rode in the car with
his wife on her errands to the
post office but hasn't yet
been able to get out and walk
around much.
"I'm getting all of my
strength back," said Hayes.
"I walk around the house
some and I spend a lot of
time relaxing on the front
porch enjoying the fresh
air."
Hayes said that he missed
not being involved in the
recent budget decisions
made by the council.
"I sure missed not being
there during the recent bud-
get meetings," said Hayes. "I
have always been in favor of
giving the citizens a break,
but I did not want to lower
the millage just yet. I would
rather to have waited a year
until all of the recent con-
struction of new homes got
on the city's tax roll and then
see where we stood financial-
ly."
He said that he has regu-
larly visited the new commu-
nity center. Only able to


enjoy it from the car, he is
anxious for it's completion.
"I plan on being there in
November when they dedi-
cate the new community cen-
ter," smiled Hayes.
"It's something that I
think the city really needs. I
have already received a
number of calls here at my
home from people as far


away as Atlanta that want
more information on how to
go about reserving the facili-
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forward to the day that he
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Jake and Jennifer Taylor, owners of TaylorMade Subs in Crestview, have opened two
locations in less than a year. They hope to expand .even more in the future.


SUBS, from page 1A


With Giff's being part of a
franchise, the Taylors were
restricted by franchise guide-

lines to make their own
adjustments to the menu and
bring in additional products.
They decided to close
Giff's last year, then began
planning the launch of their
own "franchise" on Jan. 6 of
this year.
"We enjoyed it, but we just
felt that it was time to go out
on our own and branch out,"
Jake said. "Don't get me
wrong, Giff's was a wonder-
ful experience for us. It
taught me a lot, and I will
always be grateful for that."
But the Taylors had broad-
er ideas and wanted a way to
bring those ideas to light.
"Our direction was differ-
ent than the franchise direc-
tion of Giff's," Jennifer
added. "We wanted to be
able to do some different
things. Obviously, we have
no restrictions on ourselves."
Depending on the success
of the first two shops each
located inside Fill-Ups Food
Store complexes at 1238-C N.
Ferdon Blvd. and at 3200 S.
Ferdon Blvd. more expan-
sion could be on the horizon.
They have considered
opening shops in Baker,
Laurel Hill, Florala and
DeFuniak Springs.
"We have aspirations of
opening more locations, but
we don't have any sort of
timeline for expansion," Jake
said. "It all just depends on
how successful our business
is here."
TaylorMade offers over 40
different sandwich combina-
tions, on either white or
wheat French loaf breads,
made fresh daily. While most
tradition sub shops offer 12-
and 6-inch options,
TaylorMade offers three sizes
- 15-, 10- and 5-inch subs.
Any sub can also be made
into a salad.
The menu items are,


themed around golf, Jake's
favorite sport. With names
like the Birdie, the Tiger and
the Bogey Hoagie, a new tra-
dition in sandwiches has
been born.
"Something else we do.
that makes us a little more
unique, is the fact that every-
thing is homemade in our
restaurant," Jake said. "We
don't serve anything that we
don't prepare right here in
our shop."
The homemade chicken
and tuna salad subs have
become customer favorites.
But the Taylors recently
added a new French dip sub
that has been even more of a
delight.
"Everybody has just fallen
in love with it," Jake said,
before added with a chuckle,
"including myself."
Their plans are to eventu-
ally transform the stores into
more of a New York-style
deli, bringing in more vari-
eties of breads and expand-
ing the contents.
"We don't want to be a tra-
ditional sub shop, like
Subway or Firehouse, and
we don't want to be looked at
like that," Jake said. "We
want to be able to offer a dif-
ferent taste to everybody."
The Taylors also accept the
fact that they cannot compete
head-on with the national-
chain sub shops.
"We can't compete against
companies that spend over
$1 million a year in advertis-
ing nationwide," Jennifer
said.
But, they aren't trying to
compete, either, according to
Jake.
"We have confidence in
ourselves," he said. "We
know if you try us once, you
will be coming back again.
That's a foregone conclusion
with us, because we are con-
fident in our product.
"We're going to keep it
homemade, homegrown,


and that's not going to
change." ".v,
With each working over,
70 hours a week in the two,
shops, the Taylors have had,
to make adjustments to
spend more time with their
6-year-old daughter,
Kayleigh,. a first-grader at
Antioch Elementary.
Needless to say, Kayleigh
has become a fixture at the
two sub shops.
"She loves it and people
seem to love her being in
here," Jake said with a big
grin. "Before long we will
have her making sandwich-
es."
The name TaylorMade is
no more than a play on
words, with yet another golf
reference.
"But it really rings true,
because the Taylors are mak-
ing food for you everyday,"
Jake said. "And it's tailor
made to the way you want
it."
DELIVERIES: Taylor-
Made is also offering free
deliveries to businesses and
residential neighborhoods.
"You can call or fax in
your order and we will get it
to you in timely fashion,"
Jake said.
Deliveries to businesses
are made Monday-Saturday,
from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., and 3-8
p.m. for residential deliver-
ies. The minimum orders are
$20 for businesses and $15
for residential deliveries.
To get food delivered, call
423-6980 or fax your order to
423-6981.
WEDNESDAY NIGHTS:
A new faith-based group is
meeting each week, from
6:30-8 p.m. at TaylorMade
Subs on the north end of
town. Life Connect, led by
Emmanuel Baptist Church
Pastor Mark Seagle and his
wife, Susan, is open to the
entire community, offering
group discussions, along
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Crestview City Councilman Sam Hayes reviews a City
Council informational packet in the comfort of his home
Monday. Hayes is recovering from a double bypass heart
surgery on Aug. 4. He said he is looking forward to return-
ing to City Hall sometime in the next six weeks.









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@BUSINESS
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Chamber collecting
food at breakfast
meeting
Due to a food shortage at
Sharing and Caring in
Crestview, the Crestview
Area Chamber of Commerce
is collecting food and money
from members during its
chamber breakfast meeting
on Thurs. Oct. 5.
Forestry signup ends
Nov. 15
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Sciences' Division
of Forestry will hold the third
and final signup to assist
forest landowners impacted
by the 2004 hurricane season
through Nov. 15.
To be eligible for the
Forest Land Recovery
Program, all expenses must
have been related to damage
from the 2004 hurricane
season and incurred after
October 13 of that year.
Landowners can obtain
application forms from their
local Division of Forestry
office and from other
cooperating agencies. For
more information, contact
David Smith, Conservation
Programs Manager, Division
of Forestry, at (850) 414-
9907, your local County
Forester, or visit
http://www.fl-dof.com.
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$70M
expansion plant
Gold Kist will celebrate the
official opening of the $70
million, 180,000-square-foot
expansion of its Live Oak,
Fla., poultry processing
facility on Nov. 2 at 10 a.m.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony
will feature a keynote address
by Florida Commissioner of
Agriculture Charles H.
Bronson.
It incorporates the latest
food safety technology and
utilizes advanced robotic
product inventory and order
processing system that is
designed to ensure proper
product rotation and- rapid
assembly of customers'
orders. In addition, the
expansion will provide
modern employee welfare
and training facilities.


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Status of suits filed against PayPal, phone companies


TALLAHASSEE
Attorney General Charlie
Crist announced on Sept. 28
that 28 states have reached
an agreement with PayPal,
Inc., resolving concerns
about the company's pay-
ment systems. The agree-
ment requires the company
to provide adequate con-
sumer protection to con-
sumers before they sub-
scribe to the service and
whenever they make pay-
ments to others using
PayPal's system. Consumers
have already received $9.2
million in restitution
through a previous class
action lawsuit.
Crist's office received
more than 130 complaints
about PayPal from Florida
consumers and launched an
investigation in July 2003.
The complaints dealt with a
variety of issues, including
hidden fees for sellers, mis-
representations about the
terms and conditions of pay-
ment methods, as well as
problems with the default
bank settings on the
account, which resulted in


money being drawn directly
from a consumer's bank
account even if another pay-
ment source is preferred.
"Consumers should be
comfortable that their
money is secure and they are
treated as customers, not
merely sources of revenue,"
said Crist. "Companies
should go the extra mile to
protect those who use their
products or services."
The settlement ensures
that PayPal spells out
important terms and condi-
tions before a consumer
becomes a PayPal member
and when members initiate
transactions. The agreement
also requires that whenever
a PayPal member gets ready
to make a purchase he or she
will be presented with a
dear choice regarding what
form of payment to use.
PayPal must provide clear
access to web pages contain-
ing important differences
between its in-house PayPal
dispute resolution programs
and chargeback rights grant-
ed by federal law for con-
sumers who use electronic


banking, debit cards and
credit cards to make pay-
ments and purchases.
Florida's share of the $1.7
million in settlement funds
is $144,500, which will reim-
burse taxpayers for the costs
of the investigation.
In addition to Florida,
participating states are
Alabama, Arizona,
California, Delaware,
Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana,
Maryland, Minnesota,.
Mississippi, Nebraska,
Nevada, New Jersey, New
York, North Carolina, Ohio,
Oklahoma, Oregon, South
Dakota, Tennessee, Texas,
Vermont, Washington and
West Virginia.
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webfiles.nsf / WF / MRAY-
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On Sept. 18, Crist sued
an internet service compa-
ny for improperly tacking
unauthorized charges onto


consumers' phone bills on
Sept. 18. He joined
Florida's Public Counsel
Harold McLean in filing a
petition with the Public
Service Commission
demanding that Verizon,
BellSouth and Embarq be
held responsible for
charges placed on phone
bills and calling for full
reimbursement for affected
consumers.
Crist's Economic Crimes
Division launched an
investigation this May
after charges for
Plantation-based Email
Discount Network, LLC,
an online shopping service,
appeared on phone bills
from several different tele-
phone carriers. The $12.95
and $14.95 charges are
examples of "cramming," a
billing practice that
charges for extra services
without the customer's
knowledge.
According to records
reviewed by Crist's office,
at least 70 customers have
been billed for the charges.
every month for a year.


Florida consumers may
have lost a combined total
of nearly $200,000 to the
company.
Investigators estimate
that more than 258,000 cus-
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nationwide, including
more than 20,000
Floridians. Other internet
service companies with the
same owners as Email
Discount Network are still
under investigation and
could have more than a
million affected customers.
Investigators with
Crist's office spoke to vic-
tims of the scam, none of
whom were aware of sign-
ing up for the service.
Email Discount Network
charged many consumers
after they signed up to
receive coupons or took
online surveys. The com-
pany failed to clearly
inform the consumers that
this would result in
charges on their phone
bills. Some of the victims
did not even have comput-
ers, or were out of town
when they supposedly


signed up. In light of this
scam, Crist encouraged
consumers to carefully
read their phone bills to
catch repeated charges
before they add up to large
sums of lost money.
In their petition filed
with the Public Service,
Crist and McLean assert
that under Florida law,
phone companies should
not have included the
charges from Email
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, October 9, 2006 at 6:00 P.RM., at a
Regular Council meeting in the Council
Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida, the City Council of the City
of Crestview proposes to adopt Ordinance
#1307 which is set forth by title as follows:

ORDINANCE NO. 1307

AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 1.88 ACRES OF CONTIGUOUS
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 23 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED AS SET
FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PRO-
VIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR
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VIDING FOR FILING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, THE CHIEF ADMINIS-
TRATIVE OFFICER OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
The 1.88 acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1307 is iden-
tified in the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's
Office by parcel identification numbers 04-3n-23-1840-
0011-0010. Said 1.88 acre parcel is located in Section 4,
Township 3 North, Range 23 West. The parcel's location
is shown on the map labeled "Ord. 1307" in this adver-
tisement.
Copies of the proposed ordinance and complete legal
description by metes and bounds of the property being
annexed are available in the City Clerk's Office, at City
Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in the City of Crestview,
Florida, where they may be obtained and inspected by
the public and interested parties, and interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to
the proposed ordinances.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does
not discriminate upon the basis of any individual's dis-
ability status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommoda-
tion as provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act
to insure access to and participation in the meeting
should contact the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-
6131 at least five (5) calendar days prior to the meeting
to make appropriate arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
City Council with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing such person will need a record
of the proceedings and for such. purpose, such person
may need to insure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record includes the testimony
and any evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".
Janice F. Young
City Clerk
September 27, 2006
October 4, 2006


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Okaloosa County
building permits
9/18: Lawrence Looney Jr.,
5692 John Givens Road,
Crestview, remodel/buildout by
Raymond Duke Ent. Brenda
Hart, 7136 Hart Road, Laurel
Hill, mechanical by Advantage
Air. Anders Homes, 2568
Kingston Road, Crestview,
mechanical by Hilton's Heat,
Vent & A/C. Lanier and Faith
Gray, 95 Navajo Tface,
Crestview, mechanical by
Hilton's. Heat, Vent & A/C. *
Carthel and Sandra Givens,
4036 Poverty Creek Road,
Crestview, gas by Zachary's
Gas Services. Kelly
Goshom, 5633 North Brook
Drive, Crestview, electrical by
Crestview Electric Company. *
Kenneth and Lisa Jackson,
114 Twin Oak Drive,
Crestview, home occupation. *
Joshua and Tami Wood, 333
Hudson Drive, Crestview,
plumbing by Faith Mechanical.
9/19: James and Mamie
Morgan, 4933 Galliver Cutoff,
shed by homeowner. J
Whitley and J McKinney, 8162
Hwy : 189 North, Baker,
mechanical by Heath Oglesby
A/C.. Christopher Daggs,
6400 Silver Street, Crestview,
electrical by Ates Electric
Company. *. Okaloosa
Community Development
Corp, .4438, 4436, 4434
Goldfinch Way, Crestview,
mechanical by Oglesby.
Heating & A/C. Dustin Keith
and Robert Justice, 2463 Bell
Ridge Drive, Crestview, irriga-
tion by Jerry Duncan. HLOT
Family Ltd, 2600 Corner Creek
Road, Crestview, irrigation by
Jerry Duncan. Christopher
and Amy Halloway, Hester
Church Road, Baker, single
family dwelling, electrical and
mechanical by homeowner. *
Chessher Construction Co,,
6179 Jonquil Street,
Crestview, electrical by Source
Contracting. Billy and Judith
Benson, 106 Wheeler Place,
Crestview, accessory struc-
tures by homeowner. Alfred
and Angela McLeod,
McDonald Road, Crestview,
mechanical, electrical and.
plumbing by homeowner.
Ester Rose, 2562 Lake Silver
Road, Crestview, aluminum
glass room by Titan Specialty
Construction. Carson
Sasser, 5807 Hillcrest Drive.
Crestview, electrical and
garage by homeowner. Tony
and Donna Robertson, 5821
Flamingo Road, Crestview .
eldArical by Odrestview Electrf
Company. Alexanrra-Ernst -
and N Price, Whipperwill
Drive;: Holt, manufactured
building, plumbing, electrical
and mechanical by homeown-
er. Carl Caughman,
Parkview Avenue, Crest, man-
ufactured home and plumbing
by Little Lots Mobile Home
Transport. Phillip and Kristen
Cjaya, 905 Shoal River Drive,
.Cr view, gas by Ken's Gas
i *g. Adams Homes,
23#1, 2333, 2335 Genevieve
Way, Crestview, plumbing by
Amore Plumbing Company. a
OKLCO, 5308 Marilea Court,
Crestview, electrical by
Richardson Ent. Holiday
Builders, 2402 and 2404
Halfmoon Lane, Crestview,
electrical by Richardson Ent. *
Krista Taylor, Susan Drive,
Crestview, manufactured
home and plumbing by CJ's
Mobile Home Services.
9/25: R&B Construction,
. -2178, 2176, and 2180 Lake
SSilver Road, Cresiview, electri-
cal by DB Electric. Kelly
-Goshorn, 5633 North Brook
Drive, Crestview, mechanical
byAnderson Heating & A/C.
Acams Homes, 2398, 2400
and 2399 Barberee Drive.
Crestview, mechanical by
Calvin's Heating and A/C. *
JRW Development, 335 Dove
Run, Holt, electrical by Thor
Electrical Contracting;
mechanical by Kevin Fuqua. *
Henry Price, 5304 and 5300
Cavalier Drive, Crestview,
manufactured building by B&B
Mobile Home Services. *
OKLCO, 2148 Hagood Loop,
Crestview, electrical by
Richardson Ent. Christopher
Daggs, 6400 Silver Street,.
Crestview, mechanical by
Arctic Air & Controls. *
Kathleen Ates, 4688 Hardy
Adams Road, Holt, plumbing
by Grandstaff Plumbing &.
Gas. Watree Construction &
Land, 3153 Forrest Ayenue,
Crestview, electrical by
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wounded/disabled veterans get their
Florida teacher certification and place
them in teaching positions in schools
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women will be selected to participate
in the program during each of the two
pilot years. The Hometown Heroes
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contributions provided by Workforce
Florida, Inc., Workforce Escarosa, Inc.
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NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Today
Middle school volleyball
Davidson at Richbourg, 3:30 p.m.
Middle school cross country
Okaloosa County Conference Meet,
3:45 p.m. at Okaloosa-Walton College
Thursday
Volleyball
Crestview at Choctawhatchee, 5
p.m.
Laurel Hill at East Hill, 5 p.m.
Baker at Freeport, 5:30 p.m.
Cross country
Baker and Laurel Hill at Paxton,
3:30 p.m.
Boys golf
Crestview at Okaloosa County
Meet, noon at Indian Bayou
Middle school football
Destin vs. Davidson, 6 p.m. at
Crestview High School
Richbourg at Meigs, 6 p.m.
Friday
Football
Baker at North Florida Christian,
6:30 p.m. (WTJT-FM.90.1)
Holmes County at Crestview, 7:30
p.m. (WAAZ-FM 104.7)

Football
Coverage of the
Crestview and Baker football
teams' Friday night games
can be found in the Saturday
edition of the News Bulletin.

City Hoops
The City of Crestview
Parks and Recreation youth
basketball program will fea-
ture a new "Pee Wee" division
for ages 5 and 6 this winter.
Registration for; all divi-
sions is taking place during
the month of October at Twin
Hills Park.' Registration cost
is $60 per player ($65 out-
side city limits). There are
seven possible divisions for
boys and girls between the
ages of 5 and 15.
For details, call (850) 682-
4-715 or visit Twin Hills Park
between 8 .a.m.-5 p.m.. on
weekdays.

Auto racing
Emerald Coast Dragway
in Holt will host the NHRA
Division II Junior Dragster
Finals this weekend.
Gates open Friday at 4
p.m. Time trials start at 6
p.m. and eliminations at 8
p.m. Gates open at 9 a.m.
Saturday. Time trials start at
noon. Racing begins at 4:30
p.m. Gates open at 9 a.m.
Sunday. Time trials start at
10 a.m. Eliminations start at
11:30 a.m.
General admission pass
for the weekend is $25 ($35
for car and driver). Ages 12
and under are admitted for
free. For details, contact the
track at (850) 537-7223, or
visit the track Web site at
www.emeraldcoastdrag-
way.com.

Tree stand
The Baker football pro-
gram will give away a tree
stand in a raffle drawing dur-
ing the Gators' final regular
season home game on Oct.
27. Tickets are $2, and pro-
ceeds go to the Baker football
program. Tickets are available
from any Gator football player.

Little League
Crestview Little League
Baseball is excited to
announce that it will offer fast
pitch softball for the 2007
season. The league is cur-
rently looking for experienced
coaches, managers and
umpires. For details, check
the league Web site at
www.eteamz.com/crestviewll,
or call 423-1011.

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Buckelew

Senior excelling --

at libero position backthe
Kyle Wright son. I
News Bulletin Sports Editor never-
tribut
Those thuds coming from impro
the Crestview High School few w
gymnasium on volleyball "Sh
nights mean Whitney make
Buckelew is hard at work. happe
The Bulldog volleyball coach
team can count on Buckelew attituc
to go diving to the floor to and h
save a point a few times dur- in the
ing each CHS match. Buc
Buckelew has emerged as ball ca
a key part of the Crestview court


's hustle sparks Dawgs


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row since switching to
bero position at midsea-
Her passing skills and
-quit attitude have con-
ed to the Dawgs'
Dved play over the last
'eeks.
he is always ready to
something positive
n," first-year Crestview
Nicki Batson said. "Her
de will always be good
er head will always be
game."
tkelew spent her volley-
reer playing all over the
until a few weeks ago.


The CHS coaches noticed
Buckelew's positive mindset
during the Dawgs' dispiriting
five-match losing streak.
Batson thought Buckelew
could best put that fighting
spirit to use as a libero player
-a free-substituting defen-
sive specialist.
"When I think of
Whitney, I think of the fact
she comes out of every
game with bruises all over
her body," Batson said.
"One thing you have to ask
of all volleyball players,
especially defensive volley-
ball players, is no matter
what, you need to get your


High school football: Week 7


: Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Brett Edwards (right) and Kyle Harrington take down Choctawhatchee quarterback Jace
Blanchard (left) during the Crestview football team's win against the Indians on Sept. 29.


menace


Crestview defense

dominating the

opposition
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Dawgs be nimble.
Dawgs be quick.
Dawgs' defense makes
opponents feel sick!
The Crestview football
team's speedy defense made
opposing offenses look like
Mother Goose during the
Dawgs' five five games. The
CHS 'D' has yielded just 4.6
points per contest to help
Crestview to a 5-0 start and
the No. 8 ranking in the
Class 4A state poll.
"These guys have exceed-
ed our expectations and are


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Baker (5-1) at North
Florida Christian (3-2)
Holmes County (0-6) at
Crestview (5-0)
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playing well," CHS coach
Matt Brunson said. "They
are playing with a lot of
intensity, and the effort is
great."
The Dawgs seek to extend
the program's best start
since 2002 on Friday night
when Holmes County visits
Jack Foster Stadium for
Crestview's Homecoming
game.
"The defense has got to
keep playing with the enthu-
siasm and effort and intensi-
ty we've had," Brunson said.


Hard to believe now, but
Crestview's coaches consid-
ered the defense a question
mark before the season. The
Dawgs lost five of their top
11 tacklers from the 2005
squad. Several returnees had
to learn new positions.
"The jury is still out,"
Brunson said during a pre-
season interview.
The jury has delivered its
verdict: This defense is pret-
ty good.
The defense made a mark
in all five Crestview victo-
ries.
The Dawgs started the
season with a 28-0 victory
against Jay the program's
first shutout since 2002.
Crestview's defense
held Woodham to negative
See MENACE, page 5B


body to where that ball will
stay off of the floor.
"Whitney complies with
that request at all costs."
The role came naturally
for Buckelew. She focused on
her defensive play when she
played basketball. She appre-
ciated the chance to devote
her energies to defense on
the volleyball court.
"I've always been a
defense person, I guess,"
Buckelew said. "The libero
player is supposed to be the
go-getter. And I enjoy play-
ing back row because I can
See SPARK, page 6B


\eUn i~irerSenl noe i'ews Duinuein
Whitney Buckelew cheers on
her teammates during a
recent Crestview match.


CHS grad on


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Johnson playing --Collegereport-


at Darton College
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Tiffany Johnson is one
month into her freshman
season in the Darton College
women's soccer program,
and she has yet to experi-
ence her first loss.
The Cavaliers fin-
ished September
with an 11-0 record
and the No. 1
national ranking in
the NJCAA Division

Johnson, a. 2006 O
Crestview High
School graduate, has scored
seven goals and distributed
eight assists in seven games.
Darton faces a test
Thursday when it travels to
Young Harris College. The
Mountain Lions are ranked
sixth in the country.
"I want to make sure we
don't relax and lose focus on
what our ultimate goal is for
the season," Cavaliers coach


Ken Veilands said in a
release issued by the school.
"There is still plenty of the
season left and great compe-
tition ahead of us."

Football
Shawn Todd (Crestview
'03) has made 12 tackles (10
solos and two assists) for the
Troy football team's
defense.
Todd has three
tackles for loss, a half-
sack, and a team-best
six quarterback hur-
ries.
Troy has "lutfour
ON "straight since a victo-
ry in its season open-
er. The Trojans played
competitively in defeats at
Florida State (24-17 on Sept.
9) and Georgia Tech' (35-20
on Sept. 16).
Richard Bortner
(Crestview '04) has seen
action on the offensive line
in all five games *for the
Middle Tennessee State foot-
ball team.
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Arena at the the Baker Area Recreation Association facility.


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mark in Sun Belt Conference
play.
Middle Tennessee State
will play No. 8 Louisville on
Friday in Nashville. The
game is scheduled to be tel-
evised by ESPN2.
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Delta State finished
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Javaris Peoples
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host of big plays for the
Mississippi College football
team's defense.
Peoples leads the
Choctaws with 3.5 tackles
for loss, 2.5 sacks and a


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forced fumble. He has 11
tackles in all.
Mississippi College is 3-1
(2-1 in the NCAA Division
III America Southwest
Conference). The Choctaws
defeated then-No. 21 Texas
Lutheran 28-21 on Sept. 16.
Mississippi College jumped
ahead 14-0 against No. 5
Hardin-Simmons in its most
recent game, but the
Cowboys stormed back for a
48-28 win.
Andrew Rasbury
(Crestview '02) has helped
the Huntingdon College
football team to a 3-2 start.
The Hawks' two losses
came against ,teams ranked
,in the NCAA Division III
national polls.
Rasbury plays on the
offensive line for
Huntingdon.

Volleyball
Michele Watkins (Baker
'04) has helped the Maryville
College (Tenn.) volleyball
team to a 16-8 start, includ-
ing a 3-0 mark in Great South
Conference play.
Watkins has 15 kills and
10 digs in 23 games for the
Scots.
Maryville started this
week with a six-match win-
ning streak.
Kathy Phillips (Baker
'06) ranks second on the
Jefferson Davis College vol-
leyball team with 98 assists.
Phillips also has 19 kills
and four aces in 44 games
during her freshman sea-
son.
The Warhawks are 1-19
(0-8 in Alabama Community
College Conference play).

The College Report runs on
the first Wednesday of the
month. To report news of for-
mer local athletes playing col-
lege sports, contact News
Bulletin Sports Editor Kyle
Wright at (850) 682-6524, or
email kwright@crestviewbul-
letin.com.













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perform against a hypothetical "average" team. The No. 1 team, Pahokee, would defeat an "average" team
by 37.807 points. The No. 511 team, Brevard Christian, would lose against an "average" team by 53.587
points. Teams with a ranking of "N/A" have not provided sufficient data to receive a rating.


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No. Team Rating
1 Pahokee 37.807
2 Trinity Cath. (0) 36.653
3 Clewiston 34.410
4 Bolles 33.773
5 Pine Castle Chr. 33.663
6 Immolakee 33.639,
7 Mia NW 32.753
8 Glades Cent 32 300
9 Glaaes Day 31.267
10 Lakeland 28.720
11 St. Thom. Aq. 28.453
12 Ft. Meade 28.347
13 Edgewater 26.400
14 Moore 26.339
15 Lafayette 25.947
16 Jefferson 25.667.,
17 Apopka 25.517
18 DadeChr. 24973
19 Cocoa 24 733
20 Nease 24.083:
21 Homestead 23.987
22 Armwood 23.813
23 Mooney 23.089
24 Frostproof 23.039
25 Palm Bay 22.953
26 Cnarn-inade 22 229
27 Vitlory Cnr 22 144
28 M.a S'ndge 21 600
29 N Manon 21.561
30 A.;irdnaut .7 20 700' .
31 S. Sumter 20.622
32 Harnmony;-,i ; '20.167
33 Plant 19.687
34 Port St. Joe 19.261
35 Royal Palm Bch 18 806
36 Wash (Mia I 18.463
37 Eooxer 18358
38 Godby 18280
39 N. Fi Myers 18260
40 CRESTVIEW 18.120
41 Largo 18.020
42 Holy Trin. Esp. 17.997
43 Hardee 17.994
44 Cape Coral 17.778
45 Columbia 17.639
46 Naples 17553
47 P.ne Foeast 17 400
48 Eustis 17311
49 Riverview 17013
50 Ma Killian 16 744
51 Dwyer 16.740
52 Williston 16.639
53 Warner Chr. 16.578
54 Trinity Chr. (J) 16.572
5? Si Auau-t.;n, IE 5?8
55 W Boca Raion 16 360
57 Hiilsborough 16222
58 First Acad (O) 16.139
59 Seabreeze 16.094
60 LaKe BFartiley 15 922
61 Keystone Hts. 15.600
62 Am. Heritage (DB) 15.570
63 Boyd And. 15.517
64 Pens. Cath. 15.453
65 Wash. (Pens.) 15.187
66 Tampa Camr. 15 172
67 Mandann 15022o
68 Northvlew 14.872
69 Riverview (S) 14 850
70 Keswick Chr. 14.800
71 Madison Co. 14.673
.72 S. Dade 14.573
73 Merritt Isl. 14.444
74 Atlantic (DR) 14.420
75 Eagle's View 14.267
76 FSU 14247
77 And Jackson 14.173
78 Cournlryeide 14078
79 Timber Cik 13922
80 N Mia. Bcr 13907
81 N. Fla. Chr. 13.860
82 Bartram Tr. 13.800
83 Mainland 13.711
84 Lake Gibson 13.687
85 Belen 13.520
86 First Coast 13.517
87 Pemb Pines Cnir 13470
88 S. Fork 13467
89 Blounisiown 13422
90 Tavares 12.993
90 New Smyr Ben 12 993
92 Marianna 12.956
93 Pensacola 12.842
94 Carroll 12.822
95 Oviedo 12.672
96 Wakulla 12 122
97 Kalnlean 12 106
98 Seoast-an Riv 11 922
99 Winmer Park 11 900
100 E. Ridge' 11 850
101 Episcopal 11.642
102 Bradford 11.607
103 Jupiter Chr. 11.383
104 Calv. Chr. (FL) 11.222
105 Ed White 11.127
106 Ft Myers 11 089
107 Cypress Lake 11 078
108 Cypress Bay 11.000
109 Flagler PIm C=l 10867
110 Ely 10.780
111 Dunedin 10.600
112 Msr. Pace 10.372
113 W. Nassau 10.233
114 Coconut Crk. 10.230
11' Dr Pr. ii.p 10.040
116 Land O Lakes 9.900
117 Zephyrhills 9.806
118 W. Oaks 9.775
119 Mosley 9.740,
120 Middleton 9.739
121 Mia. Central 9.733
122 Charlotte 9.487
123 Orange Park 9.467
124 Gibbons 9.433
125 Okeechobee 9.393
126 Bay Point 9:308
127 Nonneast (OP1 9260
128 Gulliver Prep, 9 180
129 Fleming Isl. 9 137
130 Am. Heritage (PI) 9.003


No. Team Rating
131 Baker Co. 8.911
132 Out-of-Door 8.811
133 Palm Bch. Gdns. 8.600
134 E. Gadsden 8.567
135 Leesburg 8.522
136 Wharton 8.500
137 Bayslde 8.444
138 S. Bioward 8.422
139 Boone .8400
140 Varela .r -8375
141 Mia Norland 8347
142 Buchholz 8.300
143 Mia. Edison 8.206
144 Osceola (S) 8.197
145 Coral Gables 8.144
146 Milton ,8.089
147 Hollywood His., 7.958"
148 Tnnity Prep 7.943
149 Winter Haven 7.887
150 Newberry 7.853
151 Agape Christian 7.840
152 Dunnellon 7.744
153 Gaither 7.733
154 Titusville 7.628
155 Monarch 7.625
156 Barlow 7.594
157 Walton 7.533
158 Martin Co. 7.506-
159 Northsleq Chr. 7.433
,-160-E Bayes 7307
161 Centennial 7.244
162 Sam. Ridge 7.190
163 Sandalwood 7.117
164 Lely 7.017
165 St John Luth. 6.961
166 Deerfield Bch. 6.720
167 Columbus ,, 6.700
168 FAMU .6633
169 Ridgewood "6.467
170 Miramar. .6.433,'.
171 S. Lake 6.380
172 Palm Bch. Lks. 6.360
173 Flanagan 6.303
174 LaBelle 6.227
175 Fla Cnr 1Mi 6211
176 Mia. Jackson 6.207
177 Southeast 8138
178 Gull 6.067
179 Palmetto "6.028"
180 Vanguard :6.007 .
181 Ocoee 5.950
182 Navarre 5.883
183 Belleview 5.867
184 Liberty Co. 5.793
18' Nonreaslt SPi 5 792
186 Fl Chr (FM) 5.771 ,
187 Alonso 5.700
188 LaSalle 5661
189 Avon Park 5.622
190 Marathon .. 5.620
191 Bradenton Prep 5.596
192 McCarthy 5.493
193 Sarasota 5.457
194 Palatka 5.357
195 Summit Chr. 5.083
196 Trinity Chr. (D) 5.000-.
197 Golden Gate 4.980-
198 Manatee. 4940..
199 Haines City 4 887"
200 Pace 4.728,
201 Baldwin 4.720
202 Hawthorne 4.717
203 Benjamin 4.540
204 Wildwood 4.439
205 Chiles 4.280
2068 DeLand 4.233 .
207 Escambla 4.206
208 Villages 4.128.'
209 W. Gadsden 4. 000 :
210 Englewood .3.939-
211 ir.o R.:i:KsChr 3900
212 S. Plantation 3.867
213 St. John Neu. 3.767
214 Temple Chr. 3.711
215 Palm Bch. Cent. 3.708
216 Lakewood 3647
217 Eastside 3.620
218 ClearwaterCCO 3.517
219 Mia. Carol City 3.500'.
220 Bay :.'.. '- 3344
221 D.ioe Co 3294
222 Sebring 3.140
223 Kenny 3.053
224 Gainesville 2.967
225 Plantation 2.950
226 Wesley Chpl. 2.900
227 Hemando Chr. 2 820 .
228 Jefferson Co. 2.767
229 Osceola (K) 2.600
230 Robinson 2.283
231 Raines 2.256
232 Lake Mary 2.228
233 Foriest 2.093
234 Lake Worth 2.027
235 St. Edwards 2.000
235 Fla Air 2000
235 Lincoln ., 2.000
238 St. Andrews 1.967
238 Melbourne 1.967
240 DeSoto Co 1 856
241 Colonial 1.728
242 E. Lake 1.628
243 Hilliard 1.553
244 Mia. Cntry. Day 1.000
245 Nature Coasl 0 973
246 Boca Clega 0.972
247 Mia. McAthr. N. 0.908
248 Boca Ralon 0.870
249 Woodham 0.833
250 Carrabelle 0.813
251 Canterbury 0.800
252 Crl. Spgs. Chtr. 0.769
253 Vero Beach 0.407
254 Evans 0.327
255 Dillard 0.160
256 J I. Leonard 0 107
257 Univeirsty (FL) -0.033
258 Lakeland Chr. -0071
259 Oak Hall -0.180
260 P K. Yonge -0 533


No. Team
261 Chipley
262 Palmetto Rdge.
263 Fletcher
264 Potter's House
265 BAKER
266 FL Walton Bch.
267 .Upperroom Chr.
268 Barron Collier
269 Arnold
270 Suwannee
271 Fi Pierce Ceni
272 King's Acad.
273 Freedom (T)
274 Yulee
275 Park Vista
276 Curtay
277 -Cambridge
278 Gulf Breeze
S279 Hollywood Chr.
280 American
281 Spruce Crk.
282 Mia. Palmetto
283 W. Orange
284 Rickards
285 King
.286 Hialeah
287 Art Country Day
288 Cotiondale
289 Riverdle ..
290 Wintef Springs-
291 Shorecrest
292 Clearwater.
293 Mia. Sunset
294 Snyder
295 Dixie Hollins
296 Jesuit *
297 Choctaw
298 Tate .
-299 Fl. White -
300 Gateway
301 Crescent City
302 Freeport
303 Wewahitchka
304 Newsome
305 Western
306 Niceville
307 Chamberlain
308 Clay
309 Jupiter
:310 Rockledge..-
311 Palm Harbor U.
312 Everglades
313 Mariner
314 Pine Crest
315 S Miami
-316 Mater Acad.
317 Munroe
318 Olympia
-319 Santa Fe
320 Cocoa Bch.
321 Terry Parker
322 Coral Reef
323 Venice
324 Springstead
325 Inlet Grove
.326 Master's
327 Celebration
328 Key-West
329 'Jones
330 Lyman
331 Central
332 Newman
333 Mulberry
334 Lake Weir
335 Jay
336 St Joseph
337 Dunbar
.338, St. Pete Catholic
339 Citrus
.340 Mitchell
341 Pasco
342 John Paul II
343 Coral Glades
344 Braddock
345 Dr. Krop
.346 Lake High. Prep
.347 St Petersburg
348 Holmes Co.
W'349 Hialeah-ML
:350 Taylor Co.
351 Leon
352 Tarpon Spr.
353 Lake Region
354 Sneads
355 Douglas
356 N. Miami
357 Berkeley
358 Durant .
359 Umatilla
360 Blake
361 Jensen Bch.
362 Space Coast
363 W. Port
364 Merritt Isl. Chr.
365 Lakewood Rch.
366 Palmer Trinity
367 Ransom Ever.
368 Providence Chr.
369 Wellington
370 Caly. Chr. (CI)
370 Robert E. Lee
372 Hemando
373 University Chr.
374 Broward Chr.
375 Boyrion Bch
378 FL Pierce Wwd
377 Santaloces
378 Pinellas Park
379 Seminole (Se)
380 Lake Wales ,
381 Fla. Deaf
382 Port St. Lucie
383 Lake Howell
384 Cent. Fla. Chr.
385 Deltona
386 Orangewd. Chr.
- 387 Union Co
388 Wolfson
389 Port Charlotte
390 Stranahan


Rating No. Team Rating
-0.628 391 Piper -10.453
-0.673 392 Mia. Springs -10.694
-0.687 393 Parkway -10.827
-0.714 394 Plant City -10.978
-0.889 395 West. Chr. -11.147
-0.920 396 -Taja ap. ti l 11.314'
-1 061 397,'Adnm:Fr '' -11.700
-1.072 398. gljhouae.Chr. -8.100.
-1.122 39?.BE :a, -,." .*. 5
-1.153.. _400 La O C Clr. '1Ba,
1 160 401 Matanzas -12300
-1.233 402 Cri. Spgs. Chr. -12.320
-1.244 403 Goleman -12.480
-1,350 404 Lake Placid -12.507
-1.408 405 Highland Chr. -12.520
-1.460 .1 406-G,?A'.,

.1.689 406 AiJc laC .' .
-1.827 410;UnM~Wl ,s-6'10a-
-1.911 411 Ridge '-13.067
-1.939 412 Eau Gallie -13.200
-1.944 413 Gracevllle -13.222
-1.967 414 Aubumdale -13.228
-2.039 415 McLaughlin -13.497
-2.120- 416Semrino( dlei, a
-2.200o 417 ,ero,.,' S',i

-?2.272, 41 .jravai,. .
S-2.36 .
-2.372 '421 Bayshore -14.196
-2.428 422 S. Waltodnr -14.256
-2.433 423 Lehigh -14.287
-2.450 424 Leto -14.587
-2.467 425 Hamilton Co. -14.680

4622: .L 42 ,
-2 627-- 428,

-2.793 431 S. Ft. Myers -15.180
-2.807 432 Nova -15.280.
-2.813 433 Boca Raton Chr. -15.286
-2.867 434 Atlantic (PC) -15.413
-2907 435 Pope JP II -15423
-2.944 t "
-3 .139 5
-3.350
-3.353
-3.367 441 Bozeman -16.450
-3.370 442 Femandina Bch. -16.473
-3.447 443 Vernon -16.722
-3.478 444 Bell -16.758
3 489 445 RIDauilt 16 906
-3 633 446 Cooper Clty -t
-3.688 447, Sanla.Fe;Cat,"7-".,117.673-
-3.739 448. Bi~detn r- ,.-12,
-3.833. 449b mnpic.l-t ,.":-171,844
-3.917 '"450 Gyp1rea.,-"-'. '-17'983
-3.960 451 Providence -18.011
-4.178 452 N. Brwd. Prep -18.042
-4.360 453 Tampa Tech -18.139
-4.433 454 Spanish River -18.253
-4.580 455 SW Miami -18.293

S -4.733 457 liarguson ,
-4.783-,- 458 NPoit
-4.820 .. ,4 9 5 ni ', .. ,., _
4.889 *4"0.Hiudson,.:,'- S
-4.919 461 Geo. Jenkins -19.511
-4.927 462 Father Lopez -20.067
-5.167 463 Sickles -20.144
-5.187 464 First Acad. (L) -20.175
-5.193 465 Brandon -20.200
-5550 486 Coral Siore -;
-5.640 .467,Panama'Cyeh?0 .
c -5.656 408 .. DOtl,
-5:687 469 CqrI sp''(n 4
.'.:772 ,,47o0 ',Al ,aliht W.
-5 872 471 inierlacnen -21 207
-6.093 472 Trenton -21.406
-6.100 473 Verot -21.427
-6.117 474 Paxon -21.706
-6.480 475 Freedom (0) -21.911
-6.493 476 Eagsiand'Chr."'' ;-22.03
-6.507 477 NWChrl' ,.:
-6.611 478,Rliver, Ridge '.';'
4-.720 .. 479.Mene 9ez .-
-6.753 80,Pin Ridge2
-6807 481 Poinciana -23200
-6.883 482 St. Johns -23.770
-6.960 483 Hallandale -23.830
-7.017 484 Pompano Bch. -24.004
-7.078 485 Rutherford -24.222
-7.127 *-486 Qak'R e''iF.
-7.3568 ".488 MamlB ,,Z ,
-7.367 489:. gateway Chtr.'
-7 393 '480 SL. Cl8id;- ; '. 2 e,6L !
-7.447 491 Mt. Dora Bible -25.700
-7.750 492 Chiefland -26.060
-7.800 493 Baker (CC) -26.644
-7.817 494 Mia. Christian -26.917
-7.870 495 Shrdn. Hills Chr. -27.010
-7.900 496 Calv..Chr, (O0)
-B.208 497 John Carroll.'-i, .'"-8,
-8.250 498 Foundation 2 9,l.
-8.325 499 Mia. Coral Park .-,-2, 8,
-8.413 SOMl. Dora .',.,-
-8.413 501 Zion Luth. -29.825
-8.567 502 Moore Haven -31.269
-8.597 503 Forest Hill -31.450
-8.733 504 Treasure Coast -32.473
-8760 505 Shekinah Chr -32492
. -8.817 i06'L .' .'7 -
-8.969 507W.'Fl a,.-; ,
-9.183- .'5 Wead
-9.320 ; =S1egall9te,'SS
-9.393..r 10Lak Muiy P
-9.450 511 Brevard Chr. -53.587
-9.683 Braden Riv. N/A
-9.861 N. Laud. Acad. N/A
-9.890
-9.900
-10.080 Ranklni Iled
i 10.083 Bullitin Spoi, o'l
-10.233 Wrigh, Local
-10247 BOLD CAPS:
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Holmes County (0-6) at
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Time: 7:30 p.m.
Last meeting: Crestview defeated Holmes
County 42-14 last year.
Quick facts: This is Crestview's
Homecoming game. ... Holmes County is a
District 2-2B program. ... The Blue Devils lost
14-13 against Chipley last week. ... Two of
Holmes County's losses are by one point. ... The
Blue Devils average 15.8 points, and allow 33.0.
... Leading rushers: Evan Speights and Brad
White. Leading passer: Justin Miller. ... Leading
receiver: Ed Peacock. ... Holmes County had
just 22 players on its roster when it played
Navarre on Sept. 22. ... Crestview is a District 2-
4A program. ... The Dawgs started the week
ranked No. 8 in the state Class 4A poll. ...
Crestview won at Choctawhatchee 31-7 last
week. ... The Dawgs average 30.6 points, and
allow 4.6. ... Leading rushers: Calvin Siler (280
yards on 46 carries, 5 TDs), Stephon Thrash
(191 yards on 32 carries, 4 TDs), John Robinson
(187 yards on 43 carries, 5 TDs), Tyler Rollo
(155 yards on 23 carries, 1 TD). ... Leading
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128.3 NFL passer rating). ... Leading receivers:
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recoveries. ... Randy McKee has five sacks. ...
Tysean Thrash and James Amos both have two
interceptions.
Crestview coach Matt Brunson's keys to
the game: "We have to keep working offensive-
ly and defensively. I thought our pass protection
was much improved last week (against
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on our pass protection and keep running the
football. Defensively, we stopped the run pretty
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pass coverage."
If you go: Crestview's Jack Foster Stadium is
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MENACE, from page 1B


yardage for most of the sec-
ond half in Week 2, keying a
comeback from a 13-0 deficit
en route to a 31-13 win.
The Dawgs gave up just
65 total yards during a 21-3
victory at then-Class 4A No.
4 Pace on Sept. 15.
Crestview posted anoth-
7--Ier uti' n Sept. 22 durg
Sa""-0 aYiory against Lake
City Christian.
The Dawgs sent
Choctawhatchee backward
on four of six second half
drives last week, helping
Crestview pull away for a 31-
7 triumph.
"Our defense has come a
long way," said senior line-
man Brett Edwards. "We
weren't sure how we were
going to be at the start of the
season, but we turned out to
be a very strong defense."
Brunson took a moment
immediately after the
Choctaw game to praise the
efforts of his defensive assis-
tants.
Barry Koehn and Ernie
Martin coach the linemen.
Marc Mason and defensive
coordinator Keith White han-
dle the linebackers. Tim Dixon
and Edwin Lowery work with
the defensive backs.
Crestview often gives up
some size to its opposition.
The Dawgs instead get the
job done with quickness -
both mentally and physically.
"Our speed helps us
because we are undersized,"
senior defensive back James
Amos said. "One of us might
not bring you down, but 10
of us will bring you down.
"And we can't just out-
physical our opponents.


Baker (5-1) at
North Florida Christian (3-2)
Time: 6:30 p.m. (Baker time).
Last meeting: North Florida Christian won
41-6 at Baker last year.
Quick facts: Baker is a District 1-2B program.
... The Gators have won five straight since a loss at
Walton in their season opener. ... Baker rolled past
South Walton 54-13 last week. ... The Gators aver-
age 28.7 points, and allow 14.8 ... Leading rushers:
David Langston (403 yards on 21 carries, 5 TDs),
Caleb Jordan (323 yards on 44 carries, 4 TDs), Billy
Whatmough (263 yards on 54 carries, 2 TDs),
Cameron Domangue (237 yards on 40 carries, 6
TDs). ... Leading passer: Laine Barnhill (41 of 82,
592 yards, 4 TDs, 4 INTs).... Leading receivers: Ben
Griffith (7 catches for 142 yards), Josh Beck (13
catches for 128 yards, 1 TD), Kellan Meeks (7 catch-
es for 97 yards, 1 TD). ... Leading tacklers: Travis
Peoples 49 tackles (22 solos), Joe Smith 42 (14
solos), Matt Jordan 32 (12 solos), Ben Griffith 29 (10
solos). ... Braden Jenkins has 3.5 sacks and 8.5
tackles for loss. ... Ben Griffith has two sacks and
five tackles for loss. ... Ben Griffith has forced two
fumbles ... North Florida Christian is a District 3-1A
program. ... The Eagles started the week ranked
sixth in the state Class 1A poll. ... North Florida
Christian has won its last two games, including a 38-
0 victory against University Christian (Jacksonville)
last week.... The Eagles's two losses came against
undefeated teams (Wakulla and Blountstown). ...
North Florida Christian averages 30.4 points, and
allows 20.4.... Leading rushers: Cody Ledford and
Dayne Read. ... Leading passer: Chris Walley, who
has interest from SEC colleges. ... Leading receiver:
Darrius McQueen, who leads the Tallahassee area
in receiving.... North Florida Christian coach Casey
Weldon was the 1991 Heisman Trophy runner-up as
a senior at Florida State.
Baker coach Bob Kellogg's keys to the
game: 'This is probably the best football team we've
played since I've been here. They feel like their quar-
terback and wide receiver combination is the best in
north Florida and I would have to agree. This might
be the best quarterback I've seen in years. This year,
we've had to stop one and possibly two people, but
here, both wideouts, both running backs, tight end,
everyone is a threat. It's going to take a tremendous
effort because it's a mismatch on paper."
If you go: North Florida Christian School is
located at 3000 North Meridian Road in Tallahassee.


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Ed Lowe (center) of Crestview Paint & Body and
Crestview football coach Matt Brunson (right) honor the
"Hometown Touchdown Players of the Game" from the
Bulldogs' 31-7 victory at Choctawhatchee on Sept. 29.
Players from left are quarterback Joe Thigpen, running
back Calvin Siler, linebacker J.L. Thomason and defen-
sive back/wide receiver Kyle Harrington. Thigpen com-
pleted 12 of 18 passes for 233 yards and two TDs. Siler
ran for 95 yards on 12 carries and scored a touchdown.
Thomason recorded 12 tackles, including two sacks.
Harrington made eight tackles and caught a 52-yard TD
pass. Crestview Paint & Body, Inc. will be donating
$250 to a scholarship fund after every Crestview foot-
ball victory. This donation will be made in honor of the
Bulldogs' "Hometown Touchdown Players of the
Game," and will be dispersed with the CHS athletic
department's recommendation.


We've got to outthink our
opponents, too. We watch a
lot of film so we know where
to be."
The CHS players say they
can get even better by the
end of the season. Amos
would like for the defense to
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Jerry Rankin (right) of Crestview receives a $25 Beef
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O'Brady's Jay Porter. Rankin attended the Davidson-
Ruckel middle school football game on Sept. 21.


scores. Edwards said the
Dawgs can get even faster
and even more physical.
"Like the old saying goes,
offense wins games, but
defense wins champi-
onships," Amos said. "We
have to get better every week
and keep it going."



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a scholarship fund at Okaloosa-Walton
College. Shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Format is two- person Florida Lowball
preflighted according to handicap or
playing ability. Prizes in each flight.
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2006


0 Bulletin! Board


HIGH SCHOOLS
FOOTBALL
District standings
District 2-4A
District All
Team W-L W-L
Crestview 1-0 5-0
Navarre 1-0 4-2
Fort Walton Beach 0-1 2-4
Choctawhatchee 0-1 1-5
Sept. 29
Crestview 31, Choctawhatchee 7
Navarre 14, Fort Walton Beach 0
Oct. 6
Holmes County at Crestview, 7:30 p.m.
Choctawhatchee at John Curtis (La.),
6:30 p.m.
Fort Walton Beach at Niceville, 7:30 p.m.
District 1-2B
District All
Team W-L W-L
Baker 1-0 5-1
Northview 0-0 6-0
South Walton 0-1 1-5
Sept. 29
Baker 54, South Walton 13
Northview 39, Wewahitchka 17
Oct. 6
Baker at North Florida Christian, 6:30
p.m.
John Paul II Catholic (Tallahassee) at
Northview, 7 p.m.
South Walton at Walton, 7 p.m.
VOLLEYBALL
Sept. 26
Fort Walton Beach 3, Crestview 1
Fort Walton Beach 25 25 20 25
Crestview 22 11 25 12
Crestview statistics Kills: Courtney
Haines 12, Jessica Long 6, Jamia Akins 6.
Digs: Jamia Akins 6, Courtney Haines 5,
Amy Katzman 4. Assists: Amy Katzman 23.
Blocks: Jessica Long 7.
Baker 3, Pensacola Christian 0
Baker 25 25 25
Pensacola Christian 15 13 12
Baker statistics Kills: Preslee Maki
10, Apryl Crawford 6, Chelsea Combest 4,
Kendria Young 3. Blocks: Preslee Maki 8,
Apryl Crawford 5. Digs: Sydney Boutwell 10,
Chelsea Combest 5, Kendria Young 3.
Assists: Kendria Young 14, Chelsea
Combest 10.
Walton 3, Laurel Hill 0
Walton 25 25 25
Laurel Hill 21 19 12
Laurel Hill statistics Kills: Katie
Free 15. Blocks: Katie Free 3. Digs: Amanda
King 7, Rianna Flowers 6, Katie Free 5.


Sept. 28
Baker 3, Freeport 0
Freeport 12 7 16
Baker 25 25 25
Baker statistics Kills: Preslee MakI
13, Chelsea Combest 10, Kendria Young 6,
Apryl Crawford 5. Blocks: Preslee MakI 7,
Apryl Crawford 3. Digs: Sydney Boutwell 10,
Kali Flanders 8, Chelsea Combest 6,
Whitney Boutwell 6. Assists: Chelsea
Combest 16, Kendria Young 16.
Laurel Hill 3, Central 1
Central 13 15 27 23
Laurel Hill 25 25 25 25
Laurel Hill statistics Kills: Katie
Free 26. Digs: Amanda King 16, Katie Free
14, JamI Sheets 10. Assists: Jami Sheets
19. Aces: Amanda King 5.


District
Distri
Team
Niceville
Fort Walton Beach
Choctawhatchee
Crestview
Tate
Pace
Distri
Team
Baker
Freeport
Pensacola Christian
Jay
Distri
Team
Laurel Hill
Central
Rocky Bayou
East Hill


standing
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W L
9 0
8 1
5 4
2 7
2 7
1 8
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4 1
2 4
0 6
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4 2
3 2
0 4


BOYS GOLF
Sept. 26
FCA Tournament
(At AC Reed Course)
Crestvlew finished 8th of 15 teams
Crestview Brad Speakman 81, Mike
Taylor 83, Trey Rousseau 93, Jay Morgan
94, Jeremy McLaughlin 96.
GIRLS GOLF
Sept. 26
FCA Tournament
(At AC Reed Course)
Crestview finished 5th of nine teams
Crestview Vickie Schirg 94, Judy
Smith 94, Sam Walden 98, Michelle
Gartman 98.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Sept. 28
Walton 53, Paxton 54, Baker 54, Freeport
121, Laurel Hill 124


Baker- 1. Chad Lawhon 17:42. 7. Matt
Wilde 20:08. 11. Ned Babbitt 21:07. 12. Ryan
Lewellen 21:15. 23. Brandon Ates 22:31.
Laurel Hill Daniel Fortune 22:13.
Ray Tate 22:31. AJ Whitten 23:00. Cory
Becker 23:04. Joey Okkema 23:20.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Sept. 28
At Paxton
Baker- 12. Erin Grundel 29:10.
MIDDLE SCHOOLS
FOOTBALL
Okaloosae County Conference standings
Team W L


Bruner
Lewis
Richbourg
Meigs
Davidson
Destin
Pryor
Ruckel


6 0
6 0
4 2
4 2
2 4
2 4
0 6
0 6


Sept. 28
Melgs 28, Davidson 13
Richbourg 37, Ruckel 0
Bruner 30, Pryor 8
Lewis 28, Destin 14
Oct. 5
Destin vs. Davidson, 6 p.m. at
Crestview High School
Richbourg at Melgs, 6 p.m.
S Ruckel vs. Pryor, 6 p.m. at Etheredge
Stadium
IBruner vs. Lewis, 6:30 p.m. at Niceville
High School
LOCAL SPORTS
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Sept 28
e1st place (11 under) Dan Vollmer,
Byron Davis, George Bonner, Paul Coyne.
2nd place (10 under) Ron Magruder,
Darrell Salter, Aaron Daniel, Werth PIttman.
3rd place (9 under) Jason
McDonald, Jimmy Johnson, David Smith,
Jesse Dennis, Don Widmaler.
The next Thursday Lowball is Thursday
at 8 a.m. Call (850) 682-2012 for details.
Sunday Lowball
Oct. 1
1st place (12 under) Larry Fordyce,
Tom Prier, Randy Taylor, Bo Belanger.
2nd place (12 under) George
Holland, Howard Mitchell, Philip Weltin,
Ralph Armstrong.
3rd place (10 under) Lavaughn
Dorman, Alan Parsons, Dave Campbell,
Leon Cunningham.


DARTS
CDL Standings
1st Division
Hit Men 60
Bad Boys 39
Stars & Stripes 37
Black Widows 34.5
Stray Dogs 28
Jaguars 23
High In
Brooks Taylor 80
Keith Howell 80
Judy Frltzgerald 72
High Out
Brooks Taylor 79
Judy Fitzgerald 10
Lisa LaGrone 10
High In Season
Adam Kelley 125
Judy Fritzgerald 84
High Out Season
Bob Brich 134
Ellen Hashek 60
1st Division
Men's MVP Points & Tons
Bob Brich 121, 26; Mike Miller 104, 27;
Eddie Noris 97, 16; Steve Hinrichs 94, 11;
Keith Howell 83,13; Lyle Forrest 77, 6.
Women's MVP Points & Tons
Lisa LaGrone35 35, 3; Judy Fitzgerald 32,
2; Jean Decker 19, 4; Ellen Hashek 11, 1.
2nd Division
Devils 39
Wanderers 34
Al Riders 21
Go For The Gusto 16
High In
Jeramiah Taylor 96
Odessa Taylor 46
High Out
Walt Montford 57
Odessa Taylor 20
High In Season
Rodney Brackett 101
Misty Forsythe 110
High Out Season
Walt Montford 71
Misty Forsythe, Odessa Taylor 86
Men's MVP Points & Tons
Jonathan Haggard 79, 14; Jeramiah
Taylor 73, 9; J. D. Way 66, 10; Rick Tyler 56,
10; Bill Brumbaugh 49, 5.
Women's MVP Points & Tons
Odessa Taylor 74, 10; Misty Forsythe
66, 3; Jewel Boutwell 32, 0; Dixie Way 21, 0;
Janice Tyler 13, 2.
Announcements
1st Division
Low Ton AI Zimmerman 108
High Ton Brooks Taylor 160
2nd Division
Low Ton Walt Montford 114
High Ton Odessa Taylor 139
Captain's Meeting at VFW on Oct. 10
at 7 p.m.


SPARK, from page 1 B


focus on one thing, and that
is getting passes up."
Buckelew stands out dur-
ing CHS matches because
the libero player must wear a
different colored jersey, and
because she goes diving all
over the court for stray balls.
The Bulldog players and
coaches all remember a spec-


tacular diving save
Buckelew made during
Crestview's match Sept. 19
against District 1-5A leader
Niceville.
"I didn't realize it was
going to hurt as bad as it did
until I realized I was three
feet in the air," Buckelew
said. "But it was fun."


Added Batson: "I told her
I wished ESPN had been
there for that one."
Buckelew also serves as
an unofficial team cheer-
leader. She often is the first
to congratulate teammates
on good plays, and the first
to give a teammate a pep
talk after a mistake.


She brings the same posi-
tive presence to the Bulldog
girls tennis team and to sev-
eral CHS dubs and organi-
zations.
"I can't say enough good
things about her," Batson
said. "I'm very proud to
know her and have her be a
part of our team."


Are wIkin eve


- Crestview-

Volleyball
The Bulldogs
(4-9, 2-7 in
District 1-5A) fell
in four games
against reigning district cham-
pion Fort Walton Beach on
Sept. 26 in their only match of
the week.
Crestview held a 17-9 lead
in Game 1, but fell victim to a
stretch that saw the Vikings
win 24 of the next 27 points to
take control of the match.
The Dawgs won Game 3
on the strength of a four-point
run that extended a 10-9 lead
to 14-9.
"I was very impressed with
our overall game," CHS
coach Nicki Batson said.
"We've got to learn to quit
playing in.spurts. When we
play those high spurts, we
look great. When we learn to
put those spurts together into
a consistent game, we'll be
where we want to be."

Golf
Crestview's boys finished
in eighth place out of 15
teams at the FCA Tournament
held Sept. 26 in Pensacola.
The Dawgs compiled a team
score of 351, led by Brad
Speakman's 81.
Crestview's girls finished
fifth out of nine teams at the
FCA Tournament. The Dawgs
finished with a team score of
384, led by Vickie Schirg and
Judy Smith with 94s.
The CHS boys will com-
pete in an Okaloosa County
Meet on Thursday at Indian
Bayou. Both teams will com-
pete in their district tourna-
ments next week.
-- Baker

Cross
country
Baker junior
Chad Lawhon
continued his dominant sea-
son with a victory at a multi-


team meet held Sept. 28 at
Paxton.
Lawhon finished in 17:42,
his best time of the season.
Lawhon has won all four
meets he has entered this
fall.
Baker finished tied for sec-
ond in the team standings,
just one point behind Walton.
Matt Wilde also placed in the
top 10, finishing seventh in
20:08.
Erin Grundel was the only
area competitor in the girls
race. Grundel finished 12th.

Volleyball
The Gators (15-1, 5-0)
took command of the District
1-2A race with sweep victo-
ries against Pensacola
Christian and Freeport.
Class 2A No. 5 Baker can
clinch the No. 1 seed for the
district tournament with a win
Thursday at Freeport.

-Laurel Hill-

Volleyball
The Hoboes
(6-10, 3-1) con-
clude their
District 1-1A
schedule this week with a
match late Tuesday against
Rocky Bayou and a match
Thursday against East Hill.
Laurel Hill started the
week in control of its own des-
tiny in the race for the No. 1
seed for the district tourna-
ment. The Hoboes took over
first place in the district with a
four game home win Sept. 28
against Class 1A No. 10
Central.
Laurel Hill started the
week with a 3-0 home loss
against Walton on Sept. 26.

Cross country
Laurel Hill finished fifth at a
multi-team meet at Paxton on
Sept. 28.
Seventh-grader Daniel
Fortune led the Hoboes with a
time of 22:13. All of Laurel
Hill's scoring runners finished
within 1:07 of each other.


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Crest Supply, Hair World,
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2006


A tober BCES tit NiEte BntLETJ


Viola Owens
Crestview News Bulletin
The photograph was beauti-
ful, the lighting perfect, and the
presentation very professional;
a lovely bouquet was draped on
a walnut coffin with gleaming
brass fittings. The caption read,
"He beat her 150 times she
only got flowers once."
Statistics indicate that every 15
seconds in the United States a
woman is beaten, and for as
many as four million of them,
this battering is so severe med-
ical or police intervention is
required. Although over 4,000
women die each year from
domestic violence, domestic
abuse is not always physically
violent; isolation, emotional
abuse, and intimidation are just
as serious as physical violence
in a relationship.
One of the most prevalent
forms of abuse is isolation. The
abuser, in order to remain in
control of his victim, must con-
trol who she sees or talks to. A
common tactic is to exhibit
behavior which embarrasses the
victim in front of her family and
friends. To avoid this humilia-
tion in the future, the victim
learns to avoid contact; she
stays away from the very people
who can protect her.
Another common form of
abuse is emotional abuse. The
abuser says and does things
intended to belittle, put down,
publicly humiliate, and embar-
rass. Name calling, mind games
and manipulation are other


forms of emotional abuse.
I, too, am a survivor of
domestic violence. In 1996,
while at Favor House, a domes-
tic violence shelter in
Pensacola, I wrote the follow-
ing:
For me, the most difficult
form of abuse to deal with was
intimidation. There were times
when my abuser would draw
back his hand as if to hit me, but
would hit the wall beside my
head instead. I never knew
when he would actually hit me
and not the wall. Then there
were the stares and glares
designed to say "Behave your-
self of else." It was always the
"or else" that I feared the most.
Not long after we were married,
my "loving husband" built a
bonfire in the yard and proceed-
ed to burn all my clothes along
with everything I had before we
were married. Later on, when
my puppy had been slightly
injured in a car accident, rather
than take the animal to a doctor,
he simply broke his neck, dug a
hole in the yard and buried it.
However, the most frightening
aspect of his technique was his
fascination with knives. For at
least two years my abuser slept
with a T-bar knife within easy
reach. This behavior was not
for our protection; it was to
make me wonder if he really
would follow through with his
threat to slice my throat while I
slept and watch me bleed to
death.
Unfortunately, like many oth-
ers, I did not recognize that I


was being abused
until it was almost
too late.
However, I am at
the end of my -
abuse. I am cur-
rently a resident
at a safe house
and am receiving
the counseling I -
need to begin
healing so that /<
the cycle of abuse ,4
can end for me.
Although I have
lived with isola-
tion, emotional
abuse, and intimi- /
dation for almost
11 years in this
marriage, I do not
intend to become
one of the 4,000
women who will .,
die this year at
the hand of her
abuser At the age
of 45, my life is
just beginning!
Since this
story was written,
I graduated from
Pensacola Junior -
College, with
Honors, with an This dt
Associates of
Science Degree in Do y
Multi-Media
Technology. I was the
Coordinator for the Walton
County Domestic Violence
Shelter while I worked for
Shelter House, Inc. I am now
the Ad Production Manager at
the Crestview News Bulletin. I


drawing represents some of the
many faces of abuse.
ou see someone you know?
live in an abuse free environ-
ment, and, again, my life is just
beginning!
The drawing was done while
attending a seminar on self-
empowerment during my time
with Shelter House, Inc.


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS A SERIOUS, WIDESPREAD SOCIAL PROBLEM IN AMERICA: THE FACTS


PREVALENCE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
* Estimates range from 960,000 incidents of violence against a current or former
spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend per yearl to three million women who are physi-
cally abused by their husband or boyfriend per year.
* Around the world, at least one in every three women has been beaten, coerced
into sex or otherwise abused during her lifetime.
* Nearly one-third of American women (31 percent) report being physically or
sexually abused by a husband or boyfriend at some point in their lives, according
to a 1998 Commonwealth Fund survey.
** Nearly 25:percant f. Amiriicavomen report being raped and/6'Ephysically /
assaulted by a current or former.ipouse, cohabiting partner, or date at some time
in their lifetime, according to the National Violence Against Women Survey, con-
ducted from November 1995 to May 1996.
* Thirty percent of Americans say they know a woman who has been physically
abused by her husband or boyfriend in the past year.
* In the year 2001, more than half a million American women (588,490 women)
were victims of nonfatal violence committed by an intimate partner.
* Intimate partner violence is primarily a crime against women. In 2001, women
accounted for 85 percent of the victims of intimate partner violence (588,490
total) and men accounted for approximately 15 percent of the victims (103,220
total).
* While women are less likely than men to be victims of violent crimes overall,
women are five to eight times more likely than men to be victimized by an inti-
mate partner.
* In 2001, intimate partner violence made up 20 percent of violent crime against
women. The same year, intimate partners committed three percent of all violent
crime against men.
* As many as 324,000 women each year experience intimate partner violence dur-
ing their pregnancy.
* Women of all races are about equally vulnerable to violence by an intimate.
* Male violence against women does much more damage than female violence
against men; women are much more likely to be injured than men.
* Women are seven to 14 times more likely than men to report suffering severe
physical assaults from an intimate partner.
DOMESTIC HOMICIDES
* On average, more than three women are murdered by their husbands or
boyfriends in this country every day. In 2000, 1,247 women were killed by an inti-
mate partner. The same year, 440 men were killed by an intimate partner.
* Women are much more likely than men to be killed by an intimate partner. In
2000, intimate partner homicides accounted for 33.5 percent of the murders of
women and less than four percent of the murders of men.
* Pregnant and recently pregnant women are more likely to be victims of homi-
cide than to die of any other cause and evidence exists that a significant pro-
portion of all female homicide victims are killed by their intimate partners.
* Homicide is the leading cause of death overall for pregnant women, followed by
cancer, acute and chronic respiratory conditions, motor vehicle collisions and
drug overdose, peripartum and postpartum cardiomyopthy, and suicide.
HEALTH ISSUES
* The health-related costs of rape, physical assault, stalking and homicide com-
mitted by intimate partners exceed $5.8 billion each year. Of that amount, near-
ly $4.1 billion are for direct medical and mental health care services, and nearly


$1.8 billion are for the indirect costs of lost productivity or wages.
* Thirty-seven percent of women who sought treatment in emergency rooms for
violence-related injuries in 1994 were injured by a current or former spouse,
boyfriend or girlfriend.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND YOUTH
* Approximately one in five female high school students reports being physically
and/or sexually abused by a dating partner.
* Eight percent of high school age girls said "yes" when asked if "a boyfriend or
d eji s eyr. forced aggingt your will." _,
S rfort t rcpt.pf girls'age 14 to 17 report knowing someone their age who has
been hit or beaten by a boyfriend.
* During the 1996-1997 school year, there were an estimated 4,000 incidents of
rape or other types of sexual assault in public schools across the country.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND CHILDREN
* In a national survey of more than 6,000 American families, 50 percent of the
men who frequently assaulted their wives also frequently abused their children.
* Slightly more than half of female victims of intimate violence live in households
with children under age 12.
* Studies suggest that between 3.3 10 million children witness some form of
domestic violence annually.
RAPE
* Three in four women (76 percent) who reported they hid been raped and/or
physically assaulted since age 18 said that a current or former husband, cohabit-
ing partner, or date committed the assault.
* One in five (21 percent) women reported she had been raped or physically or
sexually assaulted in her lifetime.
* Nearly one-fifth of women (18 percent) reported experiencing a completed or
attempted rape at some time in their lives; one in 33 men (three percent) report-
ed experiencing a completed or attempted rape at some time in their lives.
* In 2000. 48 percent of the rapes/sexual assaults committed against people age
12 and over were reported to the police.
* In 2001, 41,740 women were victims of rape/sexual assault committed by an
intimate partner.
* Rapes/sexual assaults committed by strangers are more likely to be reported to
the police than rapes/sexual assaults committed by "nonstrangers," including inti-
mate partners, other relatives and friends or acquaintances. Between 1992 and
2000, 41 percent of the rapes/sexual assaults committed by strangers were report-
ed to the police. During the same time period, 24 percent of the rapes/sexual
assaults committed by an intimate were reported.
STALKING
* Annually in the United States, 503,485 women are stalked by an intimate part-
ner.
* Seventy-eight percent of stalking victims are women. Women are significantly
more likely than men (60 percent and 30 percent, respectively) to be stalked by
intimate partners. m.
* Eighty percent of women who are stalked by former husbands are physically
assaulted by that partner and 30 percent are sexually assaulted by that partner.

Copyright 2005 Family Violence Prevention Fund All rights reserved


Symptoms of Abuse


Threats; Power Misuse; and Control
What symptoms below fit-your life?
USING EMOTIONAL ABUSE
Putting the other down
Making the other feel bad about themselves
Calling the other names
Making the other think they are crazy
Playing mind games
Humiliating the other
Making the other feel guilty

USING PRIVILEGES
Treating the other like a servant
Making all the big decisions
Acting like the master of the castle
Being the one who determines the roles

USING ECONOMIC ABUSE
Preventing the other from getting or keeping a job
Making the other ask for money ,
Giving the other a alliance
Taking the other's money
Not Jetting the other know about or have access
to family income

USING COERCION AND THREATS
Making or carrying out threats to do something
to hurt the other
Threatening to leave the other, to commit suicide,
report the other to welfare
Making the other drop charges
Making the other do illegal things

USING INTIMIDATION
Making the other afraid by using looks,
gestures, or actions
Smashing things
Abusing pets
Displaying weapons
Using Children
Making the other feel guilty about the children
Using the children to relay messages
Using visitation to harass the other
Threatening to take the children away
Using Isolation
Controlling what the other does, who they see and
talk to, what's read, and where they go
Limiting their outside involvement
Using jealousy to justify actions
Minimizing, Denying, Blaming
Making light of the abuse and not taking the
other's concerns about it seriously
Saying the abuse never happened
Shifting responsibility for abusive behavior
Saying the other caused it
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WFDNFRDAY OCTOBER 4. 2006


COLLEGE NEWS


OWC NEWS
FIRST COMPUTER MINI-
EXPO: On Oct. 7, a computer
mini-expo sponsored by the
Northwest Florida Association of
computer User Groups will be
held at the Niceville campus
gallery in building K.
Presentations -by Jen
Clausen of Smart Computing
Magazine, Robert McDonald of
Corel, and Joe Haley, developer
evangelist for Microsoft Gulf


States, will last from 9 a.m. to 12
p.m., then resume from 1 to 2:30
p.m. Presentations are focused
on the home computer user.
Students and commercial inter-
ests will find them highly infor-
mative. Vendor booths will be
open, get answers to your com-
puter questions, and attendees
can also join area user groups.
The event begins at 8 a.m.
with coffee, and will stop for
lunch at nearby restaurants at


12 p.m.
Attendance and parking are
free.
PRIME TIME ENROLL-
MENT: Registration for PRIME
Time personal enrichment class-
es at Okaloosa-Walton College
is now in progress for non-credit
courses that start throughout
September, October and
November. Classes range in
price from $20 to $75.
All PRIME Time courses are


designed for leisure learning
with no grades or tests given.
Classes are open to adults of
any age and focus on comput-
ers, health, travel, foods, poli-
tics, and crafts. A series of trips
and tours is also available. The
PRIME Time schedule and reg-
istration is available at all col-
lege locations, on the college
web site at www.owc.edu and at
area chambers of commerce
and public libraries.


PRIME Time participants
receive the benefits of regular
OWC students, including use of
the library, access to special
events, and free parking. For
information, call 729-6084 or
729-6085.


UWF NEWS
DEAN'S HONOR LIST: The
following University of West
Florida area students were rec-


Shawn Colvin, Patty Griffin,
Joan Osborne and the Indigo
Girls. Her third album,
"Dreaming Through the Noise,"
has just been released.
Proceeds for the concert will
benefit the UWF Alumni Affairs
Dan McLeod Memorial scholar-
ship.
For information, contact Sue
at (850) 474-3177 or e-mail
csue@uwf.edu. For tickets, call
the UWF Ticket Office at (850)
474-2405.


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W%,i lI 1- L- s- md %- =a s


ognized on the summer semes-
ter 2006 Dean's Honors List. All
undergraduate students who
earn a grade point average
equal to or greater than 3.5 on a
minimum of six semester hours
of graded coursework at UWF
are recognized. The students
are listed by city.
BAKER: Sheri Fountain,
Mark Harder. CRESTVIEW:
Michele Busbee, Lori
Demarsico, Rachel Ferrand,
Anthony Goodwin, Constance
Jackson, Sarah King, Latasha
Matthews, Amanda Newell, Ed
Parent, Gina Philhower,
Jennifer Ramos, Joan Schmidt,
Robert Shepherd, Kimberly
Showier, Seth Smith, Cecilia
Snyder, Kimberly Spaulding,
Bryan Tatro, Angela Tourgee,
Christine Vickers, Jerod Wilson,
Marc Yu.
PRESIDENT'S HONOR
LIST: The following University
of West Florida area students
were recognized on the sum-
mer semester 2006 President's
Honor Roll. All undergraduate
students who earn a grade point
average equal to or greater than
3.9 on a minimum of six semes-
ter hours of graded coursework
at UWF are recognized. The
students are listed by city.
BAKER:- Patrick Davis,
Christen Swilley. CRESTVIEW:
Nicholas Barlotta, Melisa
Brown, Brandon Cook, Melissa
Didonato, Irina Dmitrieva, David
Fletcher, Jason Gallina, Teaetta
Gilbert, Tara Irvine, Latisha
Lawhern, Michael Lindsay,
Tamara Luthy, Anna Weeks.
DISABILITY AWARENESS
DAY: UWF President John
Cavanaugh has designated
Oct. 5 "Disability Awareness
Day at UWF." The university will
recognize October as National
Disability Awareness month
with various activities and
events Oct. 2 and 5 to bring
awareness to the challenges
people with disabilities face.
The events are free and open to
the public.
Cavanaugh and a volunteer
team, including the UWF men's
and women's basketball teams,
will compete against the Mobile
Patriots in the Fourth Annual
Wheel Chair Basketball Game
at the UWF Field House on Oct.
2 at 7 p.m. A kick-off and a pre-
sentation by guest speaker,
David Bigoney, a nationally
known speaker on disability
issues and blind triathlete .will
be held on Oct. 5al 8 45 a.r, in
the UWF Comronrs Auditoriuim.
And, from 10 to 2 p.m. in the
UWF Commons Concourse,
various exhibitors and vendors
will present disability-related
information and services.
Michael Beechem, UWF sociol-
ogy professor, will facilitate
experiential activities designed
to educate and raise awareness
about the experiences of people
with disabilities from 1 to 3:30
p.m. in the Building 12, Alumni
Room. There will be an ice
cream social following the activ-
ities.
For more information, con-
tact Fred Callaway with the
Disability Awareness Day com-
mittee at (850) 474-2518 or e-
mail tcallaway@uwf.edu.
.RETIREE LUNCHEON: A
UWF Retiree Luncheon will be
held Oct. 9 at 11:30 a.m. in the
University Commons
Conference Center, preceded
by a social. President John
Cavanaugh and UWF vice pres-
idents will provide campus
updates for the group, and a
association membership drive
will be discussed. All retirees of
UWF are invited to attend. The
luncheon is $12 per person.
For more information, con-
tact Betsy Oram at
boram@uwf.edu or Leah
Dugan, coordinator, UWF
Special Events, at (850) 857-
6215.
VIENNA TENG CONCERT:
UWF will host a singer/song-
writer Vienna Teng for her third
concert performance on Oct.
27. The concert will be .held at
7:30 p.m. in the University
Commons Auditorium. Tickets
go on sale Oct. 2 and cost is
$7.50 per person for the gener-
al public and $5.50 per person
for non-UWF students, senior
citizens and military. Admission
is free for UWF students, but
tickets are still required.
Teng has appeared on the
Late Show with David
Letterman, and has toured
widely, opening for such acts as

















Community Calendar


THE CNB CALENDAR
If your organization has a regularly
scheduled standing meeting that
you would like to see in our calen-
dar, please mail it to the Crestview
News Bulletin, 295 West James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536; FAX it
to 682-2246; or e-mail us at okpub-
lishing@crestviewbulletin.com.
Please label all correspondence:
"Attn Weekly Calendar."
CIVIC
CONCORD LODGE #50
F&AM holds their regular meet-
ing at 404 Garden Street,
Crestview, on the first and third
Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
For further information, call 423-
1030.
The NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION FOR ACTIVE & RETIRED
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
ASSOCIATION CHAPTER
1428 gets together once a
month for 11:00 lunch and an
11:45 meeting at Barnhill's in
Fort Walton Beach.
DISABLED AMERICAN
VETERANS get together every.
third Tuesday of the month for a
6 p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. meet-
ing at the chapters 5296 Hare
Street location in Crestview. For
information, call the chapter
office at 682-0982 or write them
at DAV Chapter 57, P.O. Box 63,
Crestview, FL 32539.
THE WALTON GUARD
meets at the White Sands
Bowling Center in Fort Walton
Beach. The meetings are public.
Contact Cheryl Harris at 244-
3053 for details.
The Crestview CON-
CERNED CITIZENS GROUP
meets on the first Thursday of
every month at 6 p.m. The meet-
ings are held in the Fairview
Park building on McClelland
Street.
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE
- On the second Thursday of
each month at the American
Legion Post 235 in Fort Walton
Beach, the Marine Corps
League Detachment 915 meets
at 7:30 p.m. Any former or
retired Marine interested in join-
ing should contact Jack Howell
at 683-0412 or Tom Burns at
682-3992.
The OLD SPANISH TRAIL
SHRINE CLUB (Hadji Temple),
located at 971 West James Lee
Blvd., has bingo games every
Thursday night. The club also
offers three, $25, jackpots. Call,
Robert Boutwel. at -682-5087,,or ,
stop by.
ELKS LODGE meets first
and third Thursdays at 127 Pine
Avenue in Crestview-Phone
682-2110.
SHARING AND CARING,
298 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.,
offers emergency food service to
the needy from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Monday through Friday (closed
on Thursdays.
The ORDER OF THE
EASTERN STAR, Crestview
Chapter #203 holds their regu-
lar monthly meetings on the first
and third Thursday of each
month. Meetings are held at 404
Garden Street and start at 7:30
p.m.
HEALTH
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the
Central Panhandle (serving
Walton, Okaloosa, and south
Santa Rosa Counties) now
meets on the third Friday of
each month at 10 a.m. in
Niceville. Call 850-420-3900 for
more details.
LUPUS SUPPORT NET-
WORK LSN meets every third


$ PubliclNotices


Friday of the month at NOMC's 10:30 a.m. at Crestview CIATION: For more details on
Senior Circle Classroom in Physical Therapy, 557 any events, visit the group's web
Crestview. For more information Brookemeade Drive, Crestview. site at http://westgate.florida-
call 1-800-458-8211. Cost of $2.50 per class or $10 a trail.org or call 850-932-5469.
The ALZHEIMER'S SUP- month. Third Thursday meetings are
PORT GROUP meets on the HOLT FIRE DISTRICT held at 7 p.m. at First Christian
2nd Tuesday of every month at/ BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Church located at the corner of
11 a.m. in the Covenant Hospice holds their regular scheduled Langley and Goodrich Avenues,
Community Education Room at meetings every third Thursday Pensacola.
370 W. Redstone Drive in of the month at 490 W. Hwy 90, Friday, October 6, 2006 at
Crestview. Guest speakers, Holt, in the community building 6:00 p.m. Join the Western Gate
group discussion and support at 6:30 p.m. The public is Chapter of the Florida Trail
from friends are all a part of it. encouraged to attend. Association for an evening hike
Next meeting will be October HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT around downtown Pensacola.
10th. The topic will be holds its regular training meeting Free. Dinner will be at
"Dementia and the Family the second and fourth McGuire's. RSVP to leader at:
Impact" presented by Dr. J. Thursday from 7 p.m. at the fire 932-0125.
Christopher. Lunch is provided station located at 490 W. Hwy 90 Saturday, October 7, 2006 at
and everyone is welcome. in Holt. Persons interested in 9:00 a.m. Join the Western Gate
COVENANT HOSPICE joining the department are wel- Chapter of the Florida Trail
ON-GOING GRIEF SUPPORT come to attend. Association for a hike and picnic
GROUP Covenant Hospice SOCIAL at Blakely State Park. Details:
invites anyone who has suffered EMERALD COAST CHAP- (850) 995-4267, 723-7924.
the loss of a loved one to attend TER OF THE AMERICAN Saturday, October 14, 2006
this free on-going grief support SOCIETY FOR TRAINING AND at 9:00 a.m. Volunteers needed
group on the first and third DEVELOPMENT is excited to by the Western Gate Chapter of
Wednesday of each month from have internationally known the Florida Trail Association for a
11:00 a.m. to Noon at its speaker and author Leslie work hike in the Blackwater
Crestview office located at 370 Yerkes as featured speaker at its River State Forest. RSVP to
W. Redstone Drive. workshop and luncheon on leader at (850) 932-0125.
The bereavement specialist October 10th, Participants will PENSACOLA VOLKS-
will present current information learn a process for building MARCH CLUB. Walking &
on growing through grief, the mutual understanding and Social Club. Meetings take
impact of grief, and renewal shared commitment rather than place at 7:00 p.m. every third
after loss. "Dutch" lunch follows perpetuating resistance and Tuesday of the month at
the meeting. For more informa- misunderstanding, learn five key Founaris Brothers Restaurant..
tion, please contact Charlotte at behaviors of communication, Visitors welcome. Details: 474-
682-3628, ext. 235. and learn how to coach organi- 9012 or on the web site at
The Twin Cities Hospital national leaders to deliver impor- www.angelfire.com/trek/pen-
and the National Headache tant messages. sacolafl/.
Foundation invite you to attend The workshop, open to all HAPPY HOMEMAKERS
the monthly HEADACHE SUP- interested persons who make HCE CLUB is one of the oldest
PORT GROUP meetings. Call reservations, will be conducted volunteer groups in the U.S.,
Susan at (850) 897-0542 for on Tuesday, October 10th, from although the name has changed
more information and to RSVP. 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m., at OWC in from "Extension Homemakers."
A Crestview area cancer Niceville, in the Gallery Room, Home and Community
support group, the PINK RIB- Building K. The workshop, Education members are volun-
BON PALS meets every second which includes a buffet lunch, teers in the Family & Consumer
Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. costs $75. To make a reserva- Sciences program of the
in the Health Resource Center, tion, contact Charlie Ray at 850- UF/IFAS Extension program in
127 Redstone Avenue, Suite A, 651-3766 or ray@afenlisted- Okaloosa County. Helping
in Crestview. For more informa- foundation.org. Florida families meet the practi-
tion please call Jody Jacobson Visit the local chapter website cal challenges of daily life
at 862-9747 or Betty Weeden at at www.astd-emeraldcoast.org. remains one of the goals of the
682-7848. DOGWOOD GARDEN organization.
EATING DISORDER SUP- CLUB meets the 1st Monday of Members enjoy educational
PORT GROUP (ANAD) meets each month from September programs, community service
each Thursday at 7 p.m. at the through May at 7:00 p.m. at dif- work, leisure arts, and fellow-
Fort Walton Beach Creative ferent members' homes. For ship. They are also involved at
Senior Center, 31 Memorial more information please call the county, district, and state
Parkway SW. Nationally affiliat- 682-2691 or 682-3639. level. Meetings are available to
ed; local advisory board. Call EGLIN OFFICERS WIVIES all persons without regard to
796-3277 for information. CLUB will meet Thursday race, color, sex, age, handicap,
WEIGHT WATCHERS October 19, at the Eglin Officers religion, or national origin. For
meets -every Thursday at the Club. Social will begin at 11 am more information call Nita at
.First United Methodist church, and lunch will bieservedat 11:30 682-3118.. .
,.599: Eighth-Avenue., Crestview.. .-amrThe-prograrm will -be- Floral- ., *The-SONS OF CONFED-
Room 212. Registration and Designer -Judi Stickland. Please ERATE VETERANS hold meet-
weigh in begins at 5 p.m., meet- call Marilyn Bassett at 897-2369 ings at Sonny's in Crestview.
ing follows, by October 12 for reservations The public may attend. Call Jack
LUPUS SUPPORT NET- ADVENTURE CLUB meets Bonham at 862-3891' for infor-
WORK meetings are held on the several times a month. For more mation.
third Saturday of every month at information call Clarice Habinck The next meeting will be
the Crestview Public Library in at 850-581-4591 or email frek- October 9th with dinner at 6:00
the Conference Room. lz100@cox.net. p.m. and the meeting to follow.
These support groups are The GOLD WING ROAD The SONS OF AMERICAN
sponsored and conducted by RIDERS ASSOCIATION REVOLUTION holds meetings
Lupus Support Network. There (GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0, at Neighboehood Cafe in Mary
is no charge for the meetings meets at the Ryan's steakhouse Esther. The public is invited to
and everyone is welcome. on North Ferdon Blvd. in attend. For more information
For more information please Crestview, across from Wal- call John Cahoon at 862-5078.
call Lupus Support Network at Mart. Every third Saturday morn- The next meeting will be
800-458-8211. ing for breakfast at 8 a.m. and October 14th at 8:00 a.m.
SENIOR CIRCLE ACTIVI- business at 9 a.m. Dedicated to The MOMS CLUB OF
TIES: To register and make the group motto "Friends for fun, CRESTVIEW: The MOMS Club
reservations for all events, safety, and knowledge," mem- is an international non-profit
please call 689-8409. The SC bers enjoy the freedom of support group for at-home moth-
classroom is at 127 E. Redstone belonging to a nonprofit, nonreli- ers, including those who have
Avenue in Crestview. gious, and nonpolitical organiza- home-based businesses or who
Exercise classes Stretch, tion. There are over 80,000 work part-time but are home
Flex & Tone aerobics every members worldwide, and all with their children during the
Monday at 9 a.m. in the SC motorcycles and owners are day.
classroom, at a cost of. $10 per welcome to join. For information, The MOMS Club of
month. Line Dancing every call Wes Davis at 892-0318 or Crestview has monthly meetings
Tuesday in the SC Classroom at Jack Birge at 682-3650. with speakers and discussions,
9 a.m., $10 per month. Water .WESTERN GATE CHAP- park playdays, holiday family
aerobics every Wednesday at TER, FLORIDA TRAIL ASSO- outings, outings for mothers and


their children, and activity
groups like playgroups, cooking
club, a monthly MOMS Night
Out, and babysitting coops.
They also do service projects for
the needy. The monthly meet-
ings are held every third Friday
of the month at the Epiphany
Episcopal Church, 424 Garden
St., Crestview at 9:30 a.m. The
meeting is open to mothers of all
ages that are residents of
Crestview. Please contact
Membership Vice President
Joelle Curcio at 758-6187 or
email at Joelle96@cox.net for
more information.
S MOTHERS OF
PRESCHOOLERS OF
CRESTVIEW meets the first and
third Thursday of each month
from 9:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. at
Emmanuel Baptist Church in
Crestview.
You do not have to be a
member of the church to attend
the meetings. The group web
site address is www.MOPS.org.
Call 682-9416 for information.
The CRESTVIEW COM-
PUTER CLUB workshop will be
held every 2nd Thursday of the
month at OWC Rm. 303, Hwy 90
East, from 2-4 p.m. Every 3rd
Thursday of the month will be a
business meeting and workshop
at New Bethel UMC, 5894 Hwy
85, from 7-9 p.m.
Beginners and experienced
are welcome to join. For more
information, contact Bill at
bill358@earthlink.net or at 537-
8341.
BLOSSOM GARDEN
CLUB You may call Hilda Ard
(537-4642) or Amarene Griffith
(537-3791) for more information.
GENEALOGICAL SOCI-
ETY OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
For more information, contact
Chuck Licari at 850-243-6696.
THE DEFUNIAK SPRINGS
DANCE ASSOCIATION has line
dance classes for beginners on
Monday nights at the DeFuniak
Springs Community.Center from
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for begin-
ners, and from 8 to 9 dancing
only (no teaching). For more
information contact Rodney
Ryals at (850) 892-2562, 892-
8284 (recorder at both num-
bers), or email him at opvnkV-
rakko@gdsys.net.
SPANISH TRAIL CRUIS-
ERS has released their calendar
of events.
October 7 Miracl "Strip
Mopar Club Annual Car Show /
October 21 Annual Fun in the
"Son" / October 28 Car Show in
Downtown Opp / November 11 -
End of Summer Blowout.

GOVERNMENT
The BAKER FIRE DIS-
TRICT BOARD OF COMMIS-
SIONERS now meets the first
Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Baker Area Public
Safety Building, located at 1375
19th Street in Baker. The public
is encouraged to attend. If you
have any questions, please call
537-2487; if there is no answer,
please leave a message.
A member of Congressman
ALLEN BOYD'S (D-North
Florida) staff will be visiting
Destin on the second Thursday
of every month so the people of
Okaloosa County have the
opportunity to personally dis-
cuss issues concerning them.
The REPUBLICAN CLUB
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
meets regularly on the fourth


Thursday of the month. For gen-
eral information on the
Republican Club, please contact
Marvin Brigman at 609-3341.
The LAUREL HILL VOL-
UNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
holds its regular monthly meet-
ings on the second Friday of
each month at 7 p.m. in the Fire
Department office located in the
Laurel Hill City Hall.
The City Hall is located at
8209 Hwy 85 North. Public is
always welcome to attend.
The NORTH OKALOOSA
FIRE DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each month at
the fire station 83, located at
5241 Highway 4 in Milligan.
Each meeting begins at 7:00
p.m.
The OKALOOSA WAL-
TON TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING ORGANIZATION
normally meets on the third
Thursday of the month at the
Niceville Community Center,
204 North Partin Drive (SR 285)
at 3:00 p.m. To confirm the
meeting date and location, call
1-800-226-8914 ext. 213.
The LAUREL HILL CITY
COUNCIL meets on the first
Thursday of each month at City
Hall on State Road 85N in
Laurel Hill. Each session starts
at 7:00 p.m.
The ALMARANTE VOLUN-
TEER FIRE DISTRICT holds
their monthly business and com-
missioners meeting on the sec-
,pnd Thursday night of each
month at the fire station.
ROBERT L.F. SIKES PUB-
LIC LIBRARY EVENTS: Infant
and Toddler Lap Sit Program
meets in the Story Room on the
2nd and 4th Tuesday morning of
each month at 10:15 a.m. The
program introduces you and
your child to books through
reading, rhymes, and music.
Please call Heather for more
information at 682-4432 or 682-
8776.
First Tuesday Lectures begin
at 10:30 a.m. in the library meet-
ing room on the first Tuesday of
each month.
PASSIONATE PAINTERS
CLUB meets every second
Monday evening of the month at
Hughes Cabinet Shop. Social
starts at 6 p.m. For more infor-
mation call Deb at 682-2555 or
Darliene at 217.a869., .. -..
FRIENDS OF THE.
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY meet-
ings are on the third Thursday of
January, March, May, July,
September and November at
10:30 a.m. at the Robert L.F.
Sikes Library. The Friends wel-
come new visitors and new
members.
The Friends of the Crestview
Library will meet at the Library
on Thursday, Sept. 21, at 10:30
a.m.
The featured speaker will be
Mary Ann Vincek, head of TOPS.
FL 325-an organization that
encourages weight loss for all
ages. She will discuss health,
weight loss and camaraderie of
the members.
The THAILAND-LAOS-
CAMBODIA BROTHERHOOD,
INC. is seeking members from
all branches of the military -
U.S., foreign and civilian occu-
pations (Air America, USAID,
State Department, etc.) for
membership in the organization.
For more information, contact
Woody Freeman at (850) 729-
8081.


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 Muriicipro 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 2006-CP-001072-C
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRED REED
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
FRED REED, deceased, whose
date of death was July 14, 2006
and whose Social Security
Number is N/A, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Post Office
Drawer 1359, Crestview, Florida
32536. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON


THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is September 27, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
BEN L. HOLLEY
P.O. Box 1238
Crestview, FL 32536
(850) 682-2336
FLA BAR # 0036838
Personal Representative
LEANN REED BAYLIS
903 Twain Lane
Crestview, FL 32536
09/27/06
10/04/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2006-CP-001174
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CLARA ROZELLE MCMINN
KENNEDY
a/lka CLARA ROZELLE
KENNEDY
a/k/a CLARA KENNEDY MCMINN
a/l/a CLARA ROZELLE MCMINN
Deceased


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Clara Rozelle McMinn Kennedy,
deceased, whose date of death
was March 4, 2006, and whose
Social Security Number is 416-30-
9499, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate Division;.the
address of which is 1250 N Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, Florida 32579.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is September 27, 2006.
Attorney for Personal


Representative:
A. Wayne Williamson
Florida Bar No. 0115002
Welton & Williamson, LLC
1020 S Ferdon Blvd
Crestview, Florida 32536
Telephone: (850) 682-2120
Personal Representative:
Jeanette Carr
719 Brock Avenue
Crestview, Florida 32539
09/27/06
10/04/06
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
FOR MEMBERS OF THE MILLI-
GAN WATER SYSTEM
The Milligan Water System will
hold an informational meeting for
all members of the water system,
Saturday the 14th of October
2006, at the Milligan Assembly of
God, located on Hwy 4 and Belah
Dr., (approximately 1 mile from
Hwy 90), at 9:00 am. This meeting
is for the purpose of disseminating
information about the easement
letters, discussing and receiving
input on the proposed water sys-
tem improvements/upgrades and
the impact to the system due to
construction and widening of Hwy
4 between Milligan and Baker, as
well as the intent to apply for
financing in the estimated amount
of $5.5 million for such improve-
ment/upgrades through the
U.S.D.A., Rural Development. This
meeting will give members an
opportunity to become acquainted
with the proposed project and to
comment on such items as eco-
nomics,fire protection, etc. For fur-
ther information call the Milligan
Water System at 537-9131
09/30/06
10/04/06
10/07/06
10/11/06
NOTICE OF GROUP I


FIRECOMMSSIOERtOENIN


FIRE COMMISSIONER OPENING
The North Okaloosa Fire District
Is seeking a motivated Individ-
ual to serve their community as
he Group I Commissioner.
Qualifications for the position
include a desire to Improve fire
service for your community;
residence in the unincorporated
areas of the 51st or 8th
Precinct, validated by the
Supervisor of Elections, and a
willingness to serve In the posi-
tion for two years beginning 18
November 2006.
Interested District members
should mall a resume, and refer-
ences to: NOFD, Attn:
Commissioner Vacancy, P. O.
Box 973, Crestview, FL 32536 or
via email to: nofdadmln@wool-
com.net. Applications will be
accepted until 5:00 p.m.,
November 15, 2006.


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10/07/06
10/14/06
10/21/06
10/28/06
11/04/06
11/11/06


NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO
FORM A BANK HOLDING
COMPANY
FNBC FINANCIAL
CORPORATION
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
FNBC Financial Corporation, 1301
Industrial Drive N., Crestview,
Florida 32536, intends to apply to
the Federal Reserve Board for
permission to form a bank holding
company by acquiring 100% of the
outstanding shares of a bank. The
entity to be acquired is First
National Bank of Crestview,
Florida.
The Federal Reserve considers a
number of factors in deciding
whether to approve the applica-


tion, including the record of perfor-
mance of banks we own in helping
to meet local credit nreeds. You are
invited to submit comments on this
application to the Federal Reserve
Bank of Atlanta, 1000 Peachtree
Street N.E., Atlanta, Georgia
30309-4470. The comment period
will not end before November 6,
2006, and may be somewhat
longer. The Federal Reserve's pro-
cedures for processing the appli-
cation may be found at 12 CFR
Part 262. Procedures for process-
ing protesting applications may be
found at 12 CFR 262.25. If you
need more information about how
to submit Community
Reinvestment Act comments, con-
tact Ms. Joan Harroff Buchanan at
(404) 498-7345. Other questions
on the application may be directed
to Mr. David W. Smith at (404)
498-7228. The Federal Reserve
will consider your comments and
any request for a public meeting or
formal hearing on the application if
they are received by the Reserve
Bank on or before the last date of
the comment period.
10/04/06
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 06-CP-1182
IN RE:ESTATE OF
KENNETH ALLEN CARTER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
KENNETH ALLEN CARTER,
deceased, File Number 06-CP-
1182, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. DRAWER
1359, CRESTVIEW, FL 32536-
1359
The name and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.


ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
'ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, on
whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR-
TY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the decadent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Notwithstanding the time peri-
ods set forth above, any claim
filed two (2) years or more after
the decedent's date of death Is
barred.
The date of first publication of this
notice is October 4, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
SAMUEL M. PEEK
222 Govemment Street, Suite D
Nideville, FL 32578
Telephone: (850) 678-1178
Florida Bar No.: 329010
Personal Representative
AMELIA C. CARTER
1084 Emerald Bay Drive, Destin,
FL 32541
10/04/06
10/11/06


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Booth 31 & 32
Touch Lamps,
Prisms, Cut Glass,
Fiber Optics, and
Western Decor
850-255-5813



SIMPLY SIGNS
Booth 52
Meeting All Your
Small Sign Needs
Banners,
Magnetics,
Decals, &
Custom T-Shirts


OF GIFTS
Booth 33 & 34

Civil War Chest Sets,
Statues, Medieval
Sets, & Sports Cards


e,

A DOLLAR PLUS
MORE

Booth 14
Discount Pocket
Knives, Pet Supplie
Toys and Office
Supplies


Open Fri, Sat,
and Sun


THE CUTTING EDGE
Booth 36

Knives
Major Brands
Hunting, Pocket
Collectors Swords


Please turn in your commu-
nity news briefs to the News
Bulletin by 5 p.m. on the
Thursday prior to publica-
tion.
OCTOBER
FLOWING FIRE HYDRANTS:
Beginning on Mon., Oct. 2 for the
next several months, the Crestview
Fire Department will be flowing fire
hydrants in all areas of the city.
During this testing you may
encounter dirty water and fluctua-
tions in the water system. The fire
department apologize for this incon-
venience.
FOOD/DIAPER SHORTAGE:
Sharing and Caring, a local organi-
zation, is in desperate need of food
supplies and diapers to feel the
shelves for local residents in need.
The organization recently ran out
of foodstuffs. Items requested are
things that can be opened easily by
people without a can opener and
that don't need heating up. This
includes tinned meats, peanut butter
and jelly, and crackers, among oth-
ers.
The organization is located at
298 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in
Crestview, and is open Monday
through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12
p.m.
The Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce is also collecting mone-
tary and food donations for Sharing
and Caring at its Oct. 5 Chamber
breakfast.
PEN AND INK DRAWINGS: The
Local Color Artists Club is pleased
to announce a special exhibition of
miniature pen and ink drawings by
Helen Blair at the Bob Sikes Library
in Crestview, Florida, September
28th through October 28th, 2006.
This event is a continuation of a
series of exhibitions by Local Color
Artists at the Bob Sikes Library. Oil
paintings will be exhibited in
November and December. LCAC is
happy to partner with the Bob Sikes
library in the promotion of art in the
community and will be presenting
additional exhibits and events
throughout the coming year.
SOUTHSIDE FALL CARNIVAL:
Southside Elementary would like to
invite the families of Crestview to it's
Fall Carnival. The Carnival takes
place on October 5th from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. Come and enjoy yummy
food, fun games and great prizes.
This is a major fundraising event for
Southside PTO.
Come show your support for the
Southside Tigers.
CRESTVIEW HOMECOMING
PARADE: The Student Council of
Crestview High School is sponsor-
ing the annual Homecoming parade
on October 6th with a starting time
of 3:00 p.m. The parade lineup
begins at 2:00 p.m. on Main Street.
Any churches, clubs, organiza-
tions, or individuals who would. Jike
to participate, free of charge,.should
call 689-7177 ext. 175 during school
hours. For businesses to partici-
pate, there is a $10.00 charge. Call
for more information.
To those who wish to throw
candy in the Homecoming parade:
the adult in charge must have at
least one individual walking on each
side of the entry, and the candy
must be thrown away from the entry
as much as possible.
HOLT COMMUNITY YARD
SALE: The annual yard sale will be
held on Saturday, October 7 from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be'multiple
sales on Highway 90 from Wilkerson
Bluff Road west to the Okaloosa-
Santa Rosa County line.
First Baptist Church of 'Holt will
participate in the yard sale. If any-


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MARGIE'S
CONSIGNMENT
SHOPPE
Gifts, Antiques and
Collectibles
Booth 17,18
850-994-2286
Tues-Fri 9-2 Sat
& Sun 8-4


RHONDA'S AVIARY
and Small Pet
Supply
Toys, Cages, Food,
Supplements

Booth 39


RUTH'S
THIS N THAT

Booths 22 & 23

Old Glass,
Antique Jewelry,
Books & Movies



MOST
EVERYTHING GOLF

Gloves, Jackets,
Hats, Visors, Wind
Shirts, Towels,
Shoes, Sox, Men and
Ladies Accessories


850-450-7825 850-675-1848 850-380-0932 850-994-0383


THE SADDLE LADY
Booth 54

Wholesale
Western Tack,
Biker Gear, &
Dog Supplies

850-217-3914


JJ & J ANTIQUES
& FLEA MARKET

Specializing in
jewelry (Vintage)
Depression,
Collectible and
Unusual Nic Naks

Fri-Sun 10-4pm


WAR BONNET
TRADING POST
Authentic
Native American
Products \

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850-418-1746


CAROL'S PLACE
Fishing Supplies
&
Nautical Items
Rods & Reels
Fresh Local Honey
Booth 27
850-291-4315



BELLES ANTIQUES
& COLLECTIBLES

Booth 42

Vintage Jewelry,
Furniture,
Glassware, McCoy,
Fenton, Many
Unique Gift Ideas


ELVIS LIVES
Booth 45 Inside Mall
ALL ELVIS ALL The Time
Shirts, Purses, Blankets, Party
Supplies. Life Size Talking ELVIS.
Hundreds of ELVIS Gifts for the
ELVIS Fan. Christmas Layaway.
Free Gift with Purchase.
Sat 8-3 Sun 9-3
850-217-5852


CHRIS' BOOKS &
STUFF

Videos, Toys,
Knick Knacks,
& Much More

Booth 29 & 30



FILLIES CRAFTS
& MORE

Booths 47-48
Craft Supplies,
Handcrafted Gift
Items, & Flea Market
Odds & Ends


HUNGRY?

STOP AT ZULLO'S
AUTHENTIC
ITALIAN ICE
Lunch Specials, Hot
Food, Ice Cold
Drinks, &
Homemade Desserts



AVON DISCOUNTS
Booth 35
Avon Products,
Diabetic Socks,
Sterling &
Costume Jewelry,
Cell Phones
Sat & Sun 8-3


850-983-0528 850-418-0443


PEA RIDGE FAMILY HAIR
CARE CENTER
Full Service, Low Cost,
Quality Hair Care & Products
Visit Debbie, Tex, & Cristy
Call Thurs & Fri 8-2
Sat & Sun 8-4
Appts & Walk Ins
850-529-4570
Booth 49 & 50


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YARD SALE
TABLES THAT
CHANGE WEEKLY
ALWAYS
SOMETHING NEW!


one has items they would like to TOUR OF GARDENS: A tour of
donate to the church for sale, please gardens and plant sale will be held
contact the church office at 537- on Oct. 7 (rain date Oct. 14) from
6170 no later than Tuesday, October 8:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. See five
3. Proceeds raised by the church beautiful gardens, attend open
will be used for 2007 mission trips, house at the Valparaiso Community
NORTHWEST FLORIDA Library, buy some great plants to
BLOOD CENTER: Blood drives for plant in your garden this fall, and
October 2nd through 8th, 2006: consult a Master Gardener for
Wednesday October 4 Village answers to your garden dilemmas.
Baptist Church Destin 3pm to Tickets and informative brochures
7pm / Thursday October 5 North are available at any Okaloosa
Okaloosa Medical Center County Public Library Cooperative
Crestview 10am to 5pm / Saturday (Crestview, Fort Walton Beach,
October K Mart- Niceville- 10am Niceville, Mary Esther, Destin,
to 2pm / Sunday October 8 St. Rita Valparaiso), at Valparaiso City Hall,
Catholic Church Sandestin 8am or at Bayou Books in Niceville. Call
to 2pm 729-5406 for more information.
For more information please call Sponsored by the Valparaiso
862-4216. Friends of the Library.
TRAUMA INTERVENTION FALL BOOK SALE: The Friends
PROGRAM: A training academy has of the Crestview Library are asking
been set to begin in late October and for donations of used books for the
is open to anyone 16 years of age Fall Book Sale, which will be held at
and older in Okaloosa County. the Library Oct. 6-8.
The Trauma Intervention Books will be accepted at the
Program is a group of citizen volun- Library. Please bring all types of
teers who provide emotional and hardbound and paperback books,
practical support to victims of trau- but no magazines. There is a special
matic events and their families in the need for paperback westerns and
first few hours following a tragedy. mysteries.
If you're interested in becoming a Books will only be picked up in
TIP volunteer, please call 850-934- the north end of the county. To
6654 or email tcnkat@bellsouth.net. arrange for pickup, call Flo Lembeck
FALL FESTIVAL FUN DAY: at 689-1535 or Dot Moxcey at 682-
Okaloosa Heart and Vascular will 5759.
sponsor the 2006 Fall Festival Fun A lot of books on Elvis Presley
Day on Oct. 7 at the Baker Area have been donated for the sale, and
Youth Association facility, located at hand-painted plates will also be
the corner of Charlie Day Road and available for purchase.
Hwy. 4. The event starts at 10 a.m. On Friday from 5 to 8 p.m., there
Games, food and fun for the entire will be a "preview" sale. Members of
family are planned, and thee bicy- the Friends of the Library will be
cles and other items are being raf- admitted free of charge, while non-
fled to raise money for the American members will be charged $1. On
Heart Association. Saturday and Sunday, the hours for
HOLIDAY DECORATING the Book Sale will be 9 a.m. to 4
EXTRAVAGANZA: Christmas will p.m.
be here before you know it! Come to ANNUAL AWARENESS LUN-
the GFWC Woman's Club of CHEON: This year the Lupus
Crestview second annual Holiday Support Network has arranged for a
Decorating Extravaganza fundraiser panel of speakers to speak on the
on Thursday, Oct. 19, 6:00 p.m., at mind, body and spirit. The panel
the Crestview High School consists of a rheumatologist, Dr.
Auditorium, featuring Crestview Ellen McKnight; a psychologist, Dr.
native and nationally recognized flo- Michael DeMaria and a pastor, Jeff
ral designer Kirby Holt. Spooneybarger. The focus for this
Light refreshments will be year is for a person with chronic ill-
served. Proceeds from this event ness to not become their disease.
support the charities of the GFWC This event is scheduled for
Woman's Club of Crestview. Tickets Thursday, Oct. 5 at Carrabba's
are $10.00 and available from any Italian Grille at 11 a.m. Tickets are
club member or by calling 683-9117. available for the luncheon for $10
FALL FESTIVAL: Come one, per ticket.
come all to the best place to be this SHINE: A Florida Department.of
fall! The Main Street Crestview Elder Affairs Program, is in need of
Association and City of Crestview volunteer counselors to provide
will be sponsoring the Fall Festival in Medicare and prescription counsel-
downtown Crestview on Saturday, ing to elders and caregivers.
Oct. 28, 2006 from 3 p.m. until 7 Volunteers must have free time to
p.m. give 16 hours a month and have
The festival will have a computer knowledge.
Halloween costume contest, food Training is conducted by the
and craft vendors, games, musical Department of Elder Affairs. The
entertainment, and free goodies for next introductory class will be held
the kids. on Oct. 10 and the Phase 1 three
If your business, church or orga training will be held on Oct. 24, 25
nization' would like 'teparticipate' in ,-and 26. If you-would like to help our-
the Fall Festival, please contact elders with their Medicare needs,
Grace Ferdon at 682-0031 or Bill please call Sandra Cleckler, SHINE
Kilpatrick at 689-3722. Liaison, 850-494-7100 ext. 213 or
FESTA ITALIANA 2006: The 866-531-8011.
Sons of Italy Lodge is proud to pre- NOVEMBER/DECEMBER
sent Festa Italiana 2006 at the VENDORS WANTED FOR
Emerald Coast Conference Center, "TRADIN' DAYS" EVENT: The
Highway 98, Oct. 7th and 8th, start- Auburn Pentecostal Church, in
ing at 10 a.m. You won't want to Crestview, will be hosting their first
miss all the food, fun, prizes, and annual "Tradin' Days in the Country"
entertainment, for the entire family. on Saturday, Nov.4th.
Patrons will have the opportunity If you would like to rent a space
to purchase souvenirs, arts and to sale your antique items, yard sale
crafts. Real Italian ice cream will be items, crafts, bake goods, seasonal
available along with children's activi- product, etc., call and make a reser-
ties. Parking is free and there is no ovation now. For more information on
admission charge to the Festa. For the event or for reservations, please
further information please contact call 682-3571, 537-1744, or 683-
Sons of Italy Lodge at 850-862- 0622.
2758, Mary Mancini at 850-689-1115 CHRISTMAS EXPO DAY: The
or Greg Peters 850-581-6179. Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of


Okaloosa County Courthouse in
Shalimar, when a disaster occurs.
There will be a need for data entry vol-
unteers.
For more information, please con-
tact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-1530,
extension 230.
THE MARCH OF DIMES: For
information on grants and how you can
help in the fight or save babies, con-
tact your local March of Dimes office or
visit www.marchofdimes.com. For
sponsorship and ticket information call
(850) 432-5014.


Columbus, Crestview Council
#7968, will be holding their annual
Christmas Expo Day Nov. 4th at the
Knights of Columbus Hall, 701
Highway 90 East. Tables will be
available. Cost will be 20% of sales.
Lunches and baked goods will be
available. Starts at 9:00 a.m. until
3:00 p.m. For more information, call
689-1631 after 6 p.m.
VETERAN'S DAY PARADE:
The Veteran's Organizations of
North Okaloosa County have come
together to sponsor a'Veteran's Day
Parade for the City of Crestview.
This parade will be held on Nov. 11
at 2:00 P.M, and the theme for this
year is "America Is, Because of Her
Veterans". The parade route will
start at the south end of Main Street
and continue to north past the
Okaloosa County Court House, then
left to Wilson Street for dispersal.
This parade and will include floats,
bands and many other entries. The
planning committee would like to
hear from anyone interested in par-
ticipating in this event. Please con-
tact either Mr. Fletcher Williams at
689-1284, e-mail
fletcher.williams@cox.net; or Liz
Westby, 682-8288, e-mail eliza-
beth.westby@eglin.af.mil.
FLORIDA STATE AMERICAN
QUEEN PAGEANT: The 2007
pageant will take place on Sunday,
Nov. 26th at the European Village
Resort in Palm Coast, FL.
Local titleholders are now being
sought and appointed for city, town
and county titles throughout the
entire state of Florida to represent
their areas in the state pageant.
Local titles are being awarded based
on residency in the following age
divisions:
"Junior-Teen", ages 13-15:
"Teen", ages 16-18: "Miss", ages 18-
25: "Ms." Ages 26-49 (any marital
status): "Mrs." Ages 21-49, married a
minimum of 6 months: "Ms. Classic",
age 50+, any marital status.
The local titleholders who are
selected will compete at the Florida
State American Queen Pageant in
Palm Coast in the following judging
categories: Interview (with a focus
on Community Service), Fitness,
and Evening Gown Presentation.
There is no talent competition and
no height or weight requirement.
For an application to be consid-
ered as a Florida Local Title holder
and more information on The
American Queen Pageant, please
call 386/313-3026 or visit
www.americanqueenpageant.net.
FLORIDA'S HOMETOWN USA
PAGEANT: A special invitation is
extended to all Florida residents to
participate in the 20th pageant to be
held Nov. 17-19 in Orlando, FL.
The purpose of Florida's
Hometown USA Program is to edu-
cate the youth of Florida on the val-
ues of volunteer work and inspire
them' to make a difference in the
lives-of their-neighbors through vol--' -
unteer commitment. There are five
age divisions for ages 4 19. The
winners will have a busy year of fun
and excitement representing their
hometown throughout the state.
For a brochure or additional
information, please call 352-326-
4217 or go to
www.FLHometownUSA.com to print
an application.
CALL FOR ARTISTS: The
GFWC Milton Women's Club needs
artists for its Christmas on the River
event. Dates and times are Dec. 1,
11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Dec. 2, 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. at South Riverwalk
Park and Willing Street in downtown
Milton. Arts and crafts vendors are
invited to participate.
The booth fee is $50. For an
application call 850-983-8310 or
email: COTR06@aol.com.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are needed
to invest their time and skills in North
Okaloosa YMCA. If you have a service
to offer, time to volunteer, or would like
additional information, please contact
Volunteer Coordinator Susan Goff at
682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE EMERALD
COAST: Adult and Teen volunteers
are needed. Volunteers serve in differ-
ent ways to assist both the patient and
the entire family. If you are interested,
but fear you might be uncomfortable
working directly with patients, let's
explore other areas of volunteerism
such as clerical, fundraising, bereave-
ment and public relations opportuni-
ties.
Please call Teresa Smith,
Volunteer Coordinator, at 850-689-
0300.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: If you are
pregnant and concerned about alcohol
and drugs, free and confidential help is
available. All pregnant women are eli-
gible for priority substance abuse
treatment services.
Women's Intervention Services &
Education can provide information and
assist you in getting the help you
need. WISE serves as a client advo-
cate and coordinator of services for
pregnant women with substance
abuse problems.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol Council.
-For more information, call (850) 689-
4024 in Crestview or (850) 833-3729
in Fort Walton Beach.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Volunteer Organizations Active in
Disasters needs volunteers to work in
the Emergency Operations Center
assisting county personnel in the
event of any natural or manmade dis-
aster affecting Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County Public Safety will
open the EOC, located at the


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090 Announcements
092 Auctions
094 Meetirgs
096 Personal
098 Training
100 EMPLOYMENT
102 Drivers
104 General Help
106 Home Business
108 Hotel/Motel/Restaurant
110 Labor.
112 Management
114 Medical
116 Office Work
118 Part Time
120 Professional
122 Retail
124 Sales & Telemarketing
126 Skills / Trade
128 Positions Wanted
300 SERVICES
305 Auto
310 Business Opportunities
315 Business Services
320 Child Care
325 Domestic
330 Equipment Repair
335 Financial Services
340 Home Repair
345 Lawn Care


350 Senior Care
355 Sewing & Alterations
360 Miscellaneous
450 OKALOOSA FOR RENT
452 Apartments
454 Commercial
456 Homes
458 Land
460 Mobile Homes
462 Rooms
464 Roommate Wanted
466 Vacation / Resort
550 OKALOOSA FOR SALE
552 Apartments
554 Commercial
556 Homes
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


804 Apparel
806 Appliances
808 Arts & Crafts
S810 Computers
812 Farm Equipment
814 Furniture
816 Jewelry
818 Lawn Equipment
820 Lumber & Hardware
822 Musical Instruments
824 Office Equipment
826 Sporting goods
828 Electronics
829 Garage Sales
830 Misc. For Sale
832 Misc. Wanted
900 TRANSPORTATION
902 Auto Supplies
904 Cars
906 Boats
908 Farm Equipment
910 Motorcycles
912 Motor Homes
914 Recreational
916 Sport Utility
918 Trucks
920 Vans
922 Other
980 Tanning


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the Creth'ivew NewgBulletin :
weekends and evenings.'
Hourly wage plus sign up bonuses.
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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.
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

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NEED DRIVER with
a clean Class B & E
License, position in-
cludes some physi-
cal labor. Apply in
person at Crestview
Wholesale, 984 W.
James Lee Blvd.
Crestview.


SOUTHERN
BELL
Sandwich
Company needs
Route Person to
deliver sandwich-
es to convenient
stores and sur-
rounding area.
Call
1-800-344-4670
M-F 8:30am
4:30pm.

DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOWI
Werner needs entry-
level semi drivers.
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+1st yrl
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309.


DRIVERS Flatbed
AL, GA, & FL Dis-
patch
HOME WEEKENDS
GUARANTEED
Earn 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 & 1 yr OTR
Flatbed Exp.
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TRANSPORT
Call Herb:
1-800-494-8471
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DRIVER DEDICAT-
ED ACCOUNT
OPENING.- Tango
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

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
100 WORKERS
needed. Assemble
crafts, wood items.
To $480/wk. Materi-
als provided. Free
information pkg. 24
Hr. 801-428-4649
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.
HELP NEEDED out-
side sales, please
apply in person
1405 S. Ferdon
Blvd. 689-0921
NOW HIRING 2006
POSTAL JOBS
$18/hour starting,
Avg. Pay $57K/year
Federal Benefits, No
Experience Needed
1-800-584-1775 Ref.
#P 2900
PART TIME evening
cook needed at Cre-
sent Park Village
Assisted Living, ap-
ply in person, 551
Redstone Ave West


104
General Help
FAST GROWING
Company looking
for energetic people
to represent unique
product line, full or
part time. Good
comrfissions, train-
ing provided. Call for
an interview now
850-428-2029
108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring pm
cooks and pm serv-
ers and night main-
tenance. OW stu-
dents welcome 682-
8804
110 Labor
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319
120
Professional
THE NORTH Oka-
loosa Family YMCA
is currently looking
For a gymnastics/
cheer instructor to
take over their gym-
nastics/cheer pro-
gram in Crestview.
for more information
please contact the
North Okaloosa
Family YMCA @
689-2999 M-F 8am-
8pm.
126
Skills/Trade
AUTO BODY shop
foreman needed at
Factory Spec Colli-
sion Center. great
opportunity for a
quality body tech
with organizational,
and leadership
skills. 4 day work
week with great ben-
efit package 423-
0691
AUTO BODY Tech
needed 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.


124
Sales &
Telemarketing
OUTSIDE SALES
position open with
Arban & Associates.
Construction experi-
ence helpful but not
required. Salary plus
commission based
upon experience.
Please call 850-836-
4362.


310
Business
Opportunities
ATTENTION:
CRESTVIEW What
kind of new busi-
ness, would you like
to see in Crestview?
Email your opinion
to:crestviews-
opinion @hotmail.co
m
WORK AT HOME
on line 23 people
needed immediately.
Earn a part or full-
time income. Apply
Free online and get
started 800-807-
5176
www.wahusa.com
Enter Ad Code 1808
315
Business Services

AAA CRESTVIEW
HAULING
We Rent roll off
containers for con-
struction and de-
bris removal Call
(850) 683-5752
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
MAJOR PANES
Glass & Mirror LLC,
providing window re-
placement, showers,
doors, mirrors, tab-
letops and more.
Call 305-6988.


315 ..
Business Services.
ALWAYS
A
TREAT
With Amazing Face
and Body Shop Ph:
689-3900 Facials,
Massages, Spa
Treatments, etc. Are
you aware Oct. 23rd
starts Massage
Awareness Week?
Schedule yours to-
day! (FL Estab. Lic
#MA16666)
CASH FOR your car
dead or alive. We al-
so clear garage,
yard sale items,
rental clearing, no
job too small. 305-
1957
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
NEED A
DUMPSTER?
Call 683-5752
AAA Crestview
Hauling, constuc-
tion & debris re-
moval. We accept
Visa & Master-
card.

PANHANDLE
COMMERCIAL
CLEAN
Now serving Escam-
bla, Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties.
New construction,
area business
Condos, move outs
& residents Please
call Jennifer
850-346-6995.
Licensed & Insured
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075
SO MANY bills, not
enough $$$? We
can help you outll
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
320
Child Care
INFANT CAREGIV-
ER, 5 days a week
M-F call 537-2140
325
Domestic


325
Domestic
CARE GIVER, DAY,
night or live in, I take
care of the sick Ref-
erences 682-0938
DETAILED HOUSE
CLEANING Will pro-
vide cleaning prod-
ucts. Excellent local
references. Reason-
able. Call Sharon at
218-0572.
IF YOU need a
clean house, and
live in Crestview
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 428-6023.
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
BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Barnhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remold-
ing, door removal,
porches, decks. No
job too small, 25
years In the busi-
ness. 423-0255
CONCRETE 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.


337
Concrete. -:. : .
A-O 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
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


340
Home Repair
BOBBY KEN-
NEDY'S Remodel-
ing LLC, New Con-
struction Licensed
and Insured large
jobs, small jobs.
Please call 682-
2390 or 978-0705
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
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774


340
Home Repair

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

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


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OlAB & M

ASPHALT PAVING & MAINTENANCE
Commercial or Residential
+ SEAL-COATING
+ STRIPING + EXCAVATING
+ HAULING + DRAINS
Office: (850) 537-9702
Cell: (850) 499-7913
(850) 499-6357




WAREHOUSE/OFFICES







2100 SQ.FT.

OFFICES/RETAIL 1250 SQ.FT.

LOCATED ON P J ADAMS PKWY


340
Home Repair

RICHARD GRAND-
QUEST FENCING
(850) 682-9856
LASCO
HANDYMAN
INC.
Licensed and In-
sured Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences. Call Terry
902-3928
HANDY D'S -25
years experience,
no job too small.
Home repairs and
improvements, if you
want it done call
537-9066

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


345
Lawn Care









Lice sd Insured
6.8-3429 or


S LAWN TEK,
LLC
Lawn Mainte-
nance Profes-
sionals
Competitive
rates, Quality
work, Free esti-
mates. Call
865-3266 or
682-7316
Licensed
Insured
Owner
Brad Overly

LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheap! 682-2075.

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

T & J TREE SERV-
ICE licensed and in-
sured, 17 years ex-
perience (850)689-
1411 or (870)759-
0704.
TOP OF THE LINE
Lawn maintenance,
pressure washing
low cost dependa-
ble. Service con-
tracts not required
but available license
and insured. 850-
685-9697. Chris
Green.
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCfI
Mowini;- --Trinemiin(Fs
SPrunirig,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


SOUTHERNN


Residential awn Commercial ree Estimates
Residential Commercial Free Estmates


* Quality Lawn Care
* Dependable Service


* Reasonable Rates
* Licensed and Insured


850.682.3098 850.259.1840


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2430 Woodbine Drive Well-maintained 4 bd/2 ba home locat-
ed on a 12 acre lot in Ridgelake Estates. New freiie carpet & porcelain
ceramic tile; new roof w/30 year dimensional shingles in 2005; large
open deck & fenced-in backyard.
2913 Douglass Avenue Brand new 3 bd2 ba home w/many
upgrades located convenient to town. Tray ceilings in living room & mas-
ter bedroom; ceramic tile in kitchen, bathrooms & entry; double vanities
in mb; 24' x 12' covered back porch.
5428 East Brook Drive Brand new 4 bd/2 ba home located in
Brooke Estates. large living room w/8' sliding glass door; split floor
plan; huge walk-in closet inmaster bedroom; double vanities & linen
closet in master bath; privacy fenced-in backyard.
7614 Creston Barrow Road Gorgeous 10 acre parcel equipped
w/a 32' x 14' stable, 250 gallon deep well and 3 water & septic tank
hook-ups; 5.5 of the 10 acres are fenced and mature live oaks & fruit
trees are abundant (850) 682-1800
828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestvlew, FL 32536
i- www.laneohnsonrealty.com



lUST REDUCED!


Mobile Home with 10 acres! Adjoining 20 wooded
acres available. $195,000 ECAR#423696





Country Living.. 4 acres of cleared land with newly
renovated mobile home. $99,000 ECAR#413374
S- NEW LISTING!
Investors or just start-
ing out? This is a I/I
condo in Destin. Beach
is approx. 400 yards
away. Amenities include picnic area, exercise room, pool and
clubhouse. Bring all offers. $156,900 ECAR#443648
FeatWre3 Agent
Chad Wilkinson
chadwilkinson@pelicanproperties.com
Cell:(850) 582-1640
Phone: 682-9227 Fax:689-7508
PElican ]52105 Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
S- www.pelicanproperty.com


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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 Selll
$235,a00 $219,900 689-3658


360
Miscellaneous

CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any wall. Call Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304
NEED DIRTI
Sand etc. and bull-
dozer work Call
Spuds Hauling 850-
902-5098
TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218

TRIPLE- E
Enterprises
Land clearing,
demo. loader &
backhoe work. Li-:
cense and insured
850-865-0826


452
Apartments For
Rent

BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC & non-HC
accessible apart-
ments. Water, Sew-
er, and Garbage,
provided. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crest-
view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Voice 800-955-8770
Equal Housing Op-
portunity.

BENT CREEK
APARTMENTS II
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
tance may be availa-
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563, TDD
711, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housing
Opportunity.


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CALL TODAY!
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456
Homes For Rent Baker. 4br/3ba/3cg/3354SF For D
#12347 @ www.salebyi
1BR FURNISHED AD # MB010548 @ ww
home on one acre Email: bcpete@
located in Holt $450. $399,900
(850) 902-2426
3&2 BDRM Homes 456
for rent, Earl Ken- Homes For Rent
nedy Rd. No Pets
682-1972. COLDWELL
3BR, 2BA. Garage BANKER
CH&A new carpet, JME Realty
paint. 2872 Aplin 117Courthouse
Rd. Crestview Terrace
$800mo./$800dd. Crestview, FL 32536
No pets 850-834- (850) 689-1515 .
4767. or (850) 682-5922
Equal Housing
3BR/2BA 2CG new Opportunity.
Brick home in Laurel 116 Hampton Dr
Hill, $975.mo $975 2bed/1.5bath 900
DD Days 682-5533, sq.ft. $600. fenced
night & weekends, yard
682-4341 687 Valley Rd.
FOR LEASE 1700 2bed/1bath 960
sq.ft. of f i c e sq.ft. $675, pet
space, $1400. p/m w/owner approval.
call Elmer Sanders, 689 Valley Rd.
realtor, Coldwell 3bed/1bath 1,384
Banker JME Realty, sqft, $800, pet
682-4300 or 582- w/owner approval.
1831 5365 Monterrey Rd.
HOUSE FOR Lease. 3bed/1.5 bath 1,721
North of Baker 3 Br. sq.ft. $815. Led
1.5 baths CA/H base paint disclo-
- Appnis YnPU l 2f..I ( 5Utffinrf sr;..2 J;.2Ai.ia
yard. No2 -Pets,;:N,'q 326T7-TFaieW-AeAV2:
Smoking. House will 3bed/2bath-1,252
accommodate a sq.ft.- $895- Pet
couple and 1-2 chil- w/owner approval
dren. $800. month 439 Panagra Ln
$800. security de- 3bed/2bath 1,107f
posit. Rent includes sqft. $900 corner lot.
curb side garbage 419 Whirlaway Ct.
pickup and once a 3 bed /2 bat h
Month yard mowing. 1,544sq.ft. $995 pet
Call 537-2561 Credit w/owner approval.
report and Ref. re- 109 Steeplechase
quired. Dr 3bed/2bath 1,537
RNTALSsq.ft. $995. pet
RENTALSII w/owner approval
204 Booker St., 1235 Gabrielle Dr.
$575,3/1 3 bed/2 bat h
107 Pointer Ln, 1,758sq.ft. $1,050.-
$1,075, 3/2/2, small Fenced yard
pet w/owner appro- 206 Tiffot Ct.
107 3bed/2bath
107 Dogwood 1,659sq.ft $995. pet
$1,350, 3/2/2, in- owner approval.
cludes basic lawn & 105 Swaying Pine
pool maintenance Ct. 3bed/2bath-
119 Gillis, $975, 1,415 sq.ft. -$950 1
4/2/1, includes lawn car garage
care, no pets car garage
care, no pets 5814 Reinke Dr.
123 Gillis Dr, 3.bed/2bath
$1,400, 4/3.5, in- 1,180sq.ft. $1,150
eludes lawn care, no pool svc provided
pets 2640 Paddock Cir.
All properties require 4 b e d / 3 b at h
a credit check, one 3,042sq.ft. $1,375
year lease; no inside community pool
smoking, pet fees 812 Travis Ct
are non-refundable. 4bed/3bath 2,558
Call Debra Frost sq.ft. $1,500 pet
682-6156 / Teel and w/owner approval
Waters Real Estate. 137 Mill Pond CV -
ALL BRICK 5bed/3bath 2,102
4bd/2ba, 2cg $1325 sq.ft. $1,500- In
month, new home ground pool.
(904)813-0119 502 Jillian Dr.
4bed/3bath 2,687
IRENE KINGSLEY sq.ft. $1,500, pet
CENTURY 21 w/owner approval.
Moulton Realty For further informa-
(850) 682-3849 tion visit www.emer-
Rentals: aldcoasthomeson-
5209 Kervin single line.com


wine mobile nome,
$600.rt $600.dp
7010 Bill Lundy Rd
4bd/3ba $875.rt
$875.dp
2918 Crescent Ave
3bd/2ba $875.rt
$875.dp
304 Crooked Pine
3/2.5 new $1,000.rt
$1,000.dp


NORTHEAST
CRESTVIEW
2BD/2BA Town-
home,carpet/tile,larg
e utility room, cathe-
dral ceiling.
$750mo./$750dd,
585-5007


details & Pictures See Listing
ownerrealty.com "OR"
w.militarybyowner.com
?hughes.net
850-689-1088

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
$650.
5187 Azalea Ave.
3/2 $700.
3957 Bear Creek Rd
2/1.5 $795.
122 Jeff Dr. 3/2
$800.
722 E. Lee Ave 3/2
$875.
2612 Victoria PI. 3/2
$875
366 North Ave. 3/2
$895
178 Swaying Pine
3/2.5 $925
2940 StiliwlIi- Bi.,
3/2 $950 -
710 Riva Ridge Dr.
4/3 $1,300
2164 Hagood Ln 4/3
$1325
2715 Paddock Cir
4/2 $1350.
5813 Phillip Rd. 3/2
$1350
2121 Hagood Ln 4/3
$1400
Visit us @:www.era
american.com
TWO 3BD/2BA lcg,
all appliances, 1255
sq/ft $1025. plus se-
curity deposit, De-
cember free with
year lease 259-1861

FOR RENT 3bd/2ba
2 car garage, 2yrs
old, South of 90,
$950. month, dep.
required 368-3539
or 689-0239
TWO 3BD/2BA 2cg,
brick in Crestview
$850. month $850.
DD and $950. month
$950. DD 682-5333/
682-4341

460
Mobile Homes For
Rent

3BD MOBILE Home
on 1 acre lot
$600mo/$600dd. no
pets, References re-
quired. Call 682-
1045 daytime or
6 8 2 2 8 8 0
after5:00pm.

3BD/2BA Mobile-
home on 1 acre lot
in Holt area.
$700mo. Deposit &
references. 537-
6222 or 499-7412.

3BR/2BA IN Mossy
Head. Available im-
mediately
$850mo/$850sd.
Call 850-305-7796
daytime 850-682-
3951 after 7:30pm.


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Mobile Homes For
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Crestview on one
acre $800. month
$800. dep. 682-8173
or (931)648-2850


556
Homes For Sale

0 DOWN for land-
owners. Use your
land or family land.
Call Clayton Homes
at 682-3344.
1200SF HOUSE
2bd/1bp., 98% reno-
vated.: tiK ,.as. is-
will finish for $125 K
689-1985
1995 CLAYTON
Double I Wide
$15,000 won't last
long. Call today 683-
0758.
1BR HOME with
storage building
completely fenced in
one acre $59,000.
(850)902-2426
YOUR LAND is your
credit. pall Clayton
Homes at 682-4284.
3BR/1BA BRICK
house 1305/sq.ft.
with 1 acre in Crest-
view, 6053 Robin
Road (Auburn area)
$165,000.00. Has
been totally remod-
eled with new win-
dows (with warran-
ty), carpet, and tile.
Covered deck off
dining room. Hard-
wood floors in dining
room, kitchen area.
Fireplace in Family
room. Fenced in
yard. Lots to see.
This house is priced
to sell. All new re-
mote fans and fix-
tures. All stainless
steel kitchen appli-
ances with above
the stove microwave
A/C two years old,
roof 3 years old.
Large utility room
with washer/dryer
hookup. Workshop
in back with power
hooked up. It is very
clean and move in
ready. Call for ap-
pointment (850)682-
1766 or (850)585-
7033.
SINGLE WIDE blow
out. Largest single
wide selection in
North West Florida.
We finance and in-
sure our homes! Call
Clayton Homes at
683-0856.


556
Homes For Sale

2500SF COUNTRY
Style Brick Home.
6yrs old,
3BD/2BA/2CG, city
conveniences, much-
more. For full details
call owner 683-
8786.
3BD/1BA ON
320'x150' lot in
DeFuniak Springs,
price reduced call
(850)537-7162
3BD/1BA ON
320'xl 50' lot in
DeFuniak Springs,
price reduced call
(850)537-7162
ADAMS/POWELL-
HIGHLY desirable
neighborhood offers
2232 sf 3/2.5 2 cg
home in very good
condition on lot that
is 2/3 acre! many
bonus items. Mil-
dred.C. Heaton Re--
alty, Inc.
850-689-1334 or
850-582-3806
AFFORDABLE 3/2
energy efficient
homes by Jay Ter-
rell, beginning at
$129,900.
Mildred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334.
CRESTVIEW 507
LONG DRIVE
3BD/2BA Screened
porch, fenced, cor-
ner lot, carport, new
paint/carpets. Ap-
praised $168,500.
sell price $165,000.
(850)682-0258 or
(850)499-4354
WALKER SCHOOL
District 3B/2B
1236sqft, all brick,
fenced yard move in
ASAP $159,000;
NEVER lived in,
3B/2B 1470sqft, Da-
vidson District
$170,000;
8 acres inground
pool 3B/2B new roof
1546sqft. workshop
$450,000 move in
today;
4 acres Kings Lake
Estates mobiles al-
lowed $55,000;
Keller-Williams Ste-
phanie Johnson
850-902-0084.
WILL IMPROVE
your property with
well, septic, drive
etc. Our home, your
land, make small
payments 'til you
own both! Call Clay-
ton Homes at 682-
3344.
LAKEFRONT
HOME- 3 acres
beautifully wooded
property on' lake.
Over 2000 sf 3/2
home perfect for the
setting- $295,000.
Mildred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334.


556
Homes For Sale

CUSTOM HOMES-
on over an acre
close in. Affordably
priced.
Mildred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334.
FARM/ACREAGE
WITH home only mi-
nutes from town.
Lots of road front-
age, large lake full of
fish, may divide!
Mildred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334.
HOME ORDERED
wrong, will sacrifice
at a deal!! Come
see, no reasonable
offer refused! EZ fi-
nancing available.
Call Clayton Homes
at 682-4284.
MONSTER HOME
close out! 4 bed-
room, 2 bath 2400
square feet with
game room, gour-
met kitchen, formal
dining, too much to
list. Financing and
insurance available.
Make offer call 682-
4284.
NEW DOUBLE
Wide 3 bedroom, 2
bath, only $349 per
month. Available
with screened in
porch. Call 682-
3344.
OPEN HOUSE
Sorrell Ridge Rd
Silver Oaks PH 1
Sat. Oct.7, Sun.
Oct.8, 12-3
SPECIAL BUILDER
INCENTIVE TO
BUYER FOR CON-
TRACT EXECUTED
BEFORE OCT.10
Teel & Waters Real
Estate Co.
(850)682-6156
REMODELED 3/1
1,000sqft. perfect
home or investment,
quiet neighborhood,
$99,900 (850)642-
5151.
SHORT ON down
payment? Will help
get Down Payment
Loan, or consider
lay-away program.
Call Clayton Home
at 683-0758.
SPECIAL LAND
home pkg for those
who already own
land! Call Clayton
Homes at 683-0856.

560
Land For Sale

FOR SALE By Own-
er 6 Hilltop acres,
Clearcreek Estates
Crestview. No trail-
ers, horses wel-
come. $28,000
per/acre. Call 423-
1234 or 758-9254.


LAND & FARMS
FOR SALE!
From small lots to large acreage or
the small farm to thelarge ranch.
Call me. Let me know what
S | you're looking for.
Rick Epperson,
Broker NOW IS THE TIME! Call me TODAY.

i 865-7777 or 682-7718
| LS.| ImM rick@nwfla-homes.com www.nwfla-homes.com


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
THIS IS A NEW HOME
being built by Anders Homes,
Inc. north of Crestview and
near schools and shopping.
The slab has been poured so
there is time for you to select
your colors, flooring, cabinets,
and other items for your brand
new 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom
home. $189,000.
BRING YOUR HORSES, four
wheelers or golf carts 'cause
there's plenty of room 10
acres worth, to relax or
entertain your family and
friends. The huge deck on this 3
bedroom/2 bathroom
mobilehome overlooks the
pasture, large barn and stable.
Awesome kitchen, large closets,
garden tub....or go to the
creek$225,000.
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO
OWN 3.05 acres right on the
water is here! Great place for
your dream/retirement home.
Close to town but also has a
little bit of that country feel
with all that land. Don't miss
ouat174,900.
A COZY MOBILE HOME,
neat as apin and obviously has
had great care. New carpet
throughout, great cabinet
space, walk-in closet in master
bedroom and garden tub in
masterbath. Don't wait, come
see this one today!$98,000.
WHAT A CHARMING
HOME south of 1-10 in popular
Countryview Estates with all
kinds of wonderful
improvements! Almost
completely redone kitchen, new
carpet, fresh paint
throughout...WOW! Nothing
left for you to do but move in
and enjoy! $175,000
SIT OUT ON THE LANAI
(that's city talk for porch!),
drink a cup of coffee and enjoy
the wildlife. Built on a lush
green 15+ acres, this 4
bedroom/3_ bathalso has a
detached second story bonus
room that can be whatever you
need it to be. This all brick
home with its 12 ft ceilings and
other great amenities beckons
you to come to the country and
take a look today.620,000.


Outstanding AmrnT
OicsaSmdiong mesu l



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

560
Land For Sale

1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948

1.8 ACRES cleared,
water meter, paved
street $59,500. Also
two building lots In
Crestview, paved
street, $39,500.
each (850)902-2426

22.5 ACRES located
SantaRosa County,
Hwy/89, between
Jay, FL. and Brew-
ton, AL. 251-867-
5348 or 251-510-
1777

FOR SALE 3 1 acre
lots, each with Mo-
bile Home on May-
hair Road. Call 682-
1045 daytime or
682-2880 after 5pm.


RIGHT HERE, EIGHT NOW, RIGHT PRICE.

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560
Land For Sale
LOT FOR sale per-
fect for mobile home
asking $25,000, call
689-1985
LAND FOR SALE:
Great Southern
Land, LLC has over
4,700 acres for sale
in Bullock, Cren-
shaw, Dallas, Mar-
engo, Perry, Sumter
and Wilcox counties,
ranging in size from
5 to 384 acres. Of-
fered by sealed bid
on November 14,
2006. Opportunities
include: land & tim-
ber investments, de,
velopment, recrea-
tional, hunting, lake
sites, creeks, etc. In-
formative seminars
will be held in Bir-
mingham 10/10/06.
Tuscal:oosa
10/11/10, Meridian
10/12/06, Biloxi
10/16/06, Mobile
10/17/06, Pensacola
10/18/06 and' db'i-
gomery 10/i19/06.
Details: 800-782-
5263 ext. 203 or
www.greatsouthern.
com
BAKER, FLORIDA
Homestead Dr. two
10 acre parcels
$135,000. each 682-
9036
RESIDENTIAL LOT
75ftx125ft in Down-
town Laurel Hill
$19,900 owner 652-
3639.
35 ACRES Borders
Black Water State
Forest! Beautiful
mature Hardwoods,
streams and creek,
fantastic home sites
only $6,900 per
acre. Owner 652-
3639

562
Mobile Homes


CREST
lot, with
1 bath
oak tre
1447


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VIEW 1 acre
1 2, bedroom,
trailer, large
es call 259-


QUARTER HORSE
with papers, english
western, sweet,
shots, coggins cur-
rent $2800. Jennifer
682-2651 or 218-
6052


706
Livestock Supplies
PERENNIAL PEA-
NUT hay for horses
and goats. 501b bale
$6.00 per bale. Call.
(850) 834-3881.
708
Pets
FREE TO good
home large breed
dog call John 685-
1300
FREE TO 'good
homes, one male
kitten (orange). and'
one female kitten
(white), both born
July 18,2006: Moth-
er cat -also, spaded
and vaccined, call
305-0196
710
Pet Supplies
55 GALLON salt
water fish tank $550.
for information call
326-0162, 683-0991
askfor..hilip -. ,-


802
Antiques
RON'S ANTIQUES
Specializing in Anti-
que furniture, clocks
and clock repair. An-
tiques. Buy and Sell
Estates. M-F 9-5
Sat. 9-2, 213 N,
Main St. Crestview
850-689-1007 305-
2441

806
Appliances
KENMORE EXTRA
large capacity dry-
er, $100. Amana
heavy duty dryer
$90. runs great 398-
2564

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
682-28441!!


Work Truck







1976 CHEVY C-30 WORK TRUCK. Heavy duty
I-Ton, new tranny, some rust, runs well, bed
liner, leather seats.
$1,995 428-1161


806
Appliances
KENMORE STOVE,
dishwasher and mi-
crowave $100 each
call 537-2140

810
Computers
NEW AND used lap-
top computers. start-
ing at $475., 499-
1680, e-mail nutter-
larryphotmail.com
813
Farm & Garden
HAY FOR sale
round bales $30.
per roll call 537-
8482,
JUMBO GREEN
and boiled peanuts
Holland farm 877-
675-6876
SWEET JAPANESE
Persimmons 301b
box $30 per box.
Call (850)834-3881.
814
Furniture
53" PANASONIC
HDTV, 1080i, with 3
piece entertainment
surround. $1000.
call 689-2830
FOR SALE: brown
suede rocker reclin-
er with ottoman
$90., New dryer
$100., 7 piece black
iron bedroom set
$175., baby bassinet
$30., call 305-0196
leave message.
SOFA DARK tan
tapestry $150, gun
case for six guns-
locks $130, Bassett
dining group table
w/leaf, six chairs
with buffett $200,
oak curio cabinet,
$130, king mattress
ultra plush with
frame $200, pine
coffee large rope
trim $130, vanity,
entertainment cen-
ter, call 682-0348
can' deliver
FOR SALE hide-a-
bed sofa $100. table
and four chairs all
wood $75. call 689-
0232
ROCKER RECLIN-'
ER like new faux
leather' light brown
$200 call 582-9693
8am to 8pm
822 Musical
Instruments
NICE ORGAN for
sale, has many mu-
sical instrument but-
tons, tape recorder,
asking $1,000. call
428-7273
NICE ORGAN for
sale, has many mu-
sical instrument but-
tons, tape recorder,
asking $1,000. call
428-7273


210 SOUTHGATE DRIVE




/ 4BR/3BA
vt 2 Car Garage
/ All Brick
/ 1925 sqft
/ 2 Screened Porches
V Handicap Accessible
758-175
or 423-0656










829
Garage Sales
2 FAMILY yard sale
6020 Staff Rd Oct.
6/7, 8-1, hunting
bows, movies,
books, clothes, toys,
lots more.
3 FAMILY yard sale
Fri, Sat, & Sun 8-5
935 S. Pearl St. rain
or shine, lots of stuff
4 FAMILY yard sale
Oct. 6th & 7th, 7am-
12pm, 3190 Pine-
woods Drive. Kitch-
en items, x-mas
decorations, anti-
ques, clothes, camp-
ing items, wedding
items, what-knots,
furniture, Nascar,
misc. Too many
items to list. some-
thing for everyone.
A MULTI-FAMILY
yard sale will be
held at the Dorcas
Baptist Church Edu-
cational Building on
Saturday, October
7th, from 7:00 am
until 1:00 pm. The
church is located in
the Dorcas Com-
munity, off Highway
393 on McCallum
Road. For more in-
formation or for di-
rections, please call
the church office at
682-4958, 682-
2946, 682-2072, or
682-2301.
YARD SALE for the
elderly at Crestview
Manor Oct. 7th 7 til
12:00
SAT. OCT. 7th,
crafts, afghan's,
cap/scarf sets, golf
clubs, Halloween
and misc. stuff Red-
stone Extension first
driveway on right
YARD SALE Sat.
8-? 2974 McCarty
Ave. coffee table,
bar stools, baby
items, camper shell,
car seats, bass gui-
tar, amp, misc.


1993 36' TRAVEL SUPREME
5TH WHEEL WITH 2 SLIDES
Washer/Dryer, Queen
size bed, Microwave,
Ceramic toilet & Tile,
Hardwood floors,
Couch bed.
$14,000 (obo)
Call for appointment
850-859-2260


829
Garage Sales
BIG YARD sale Sat-
urday, Oct. 7, 7:00
am-??, 5915 Oak
Hill (off Old Bethel)
baby items, furniture
and misc.
EMERALD COAST
Parents of Multiples
Sat. Oct.7: 7-12 Live
Oak Church Rd to
Shoal River Country
Club left to 109 Live
Oak Ct. Huge Sale:
Single and double
strollers, peg pergo
double, bassinet, car
seats, bouncers,
walkers, bikes, in-
fant bike seats, ride
on battery operated
car, toys, double
breast pump, infant
and children's
clothes, Halloween
costumes, Christ-
mas outfits, materni-
ty clothing. 682-
4556
GARAGE SALE
Sat. Oct. 7th, 9am-
5pm 920 B Street,
West 90 to Cason St
to B Street, fumiture,
rocking horse, cloth-
ing, dishes, assorted
household items,
and misc.
GARAGE SALE:
Saturday, Oct. 7th,
8:00-noon, 2672
McDavid Road. Fur-
niture, antiques,
cabinets, household
goods & more!
MOVING SALE tons
of stuff, Fri&Sat
9am-til, 1137 Coun-
try Living Rd (off Ga-
liver Cutoff), Baker
MULTI FAMILY
yard sale Sat.. Oct.
7th, 7-?? Laurel-
wood Estates 2 1/2
miles down Airport
Rd.
MULTI-FAMILY
OCT. 7th 8:00am-til,
202 Warrior Street in
Old Bethel Estates,
living, dining, baby
furniture, boat
w/trailer, 5x7 trailer,
clothes, baby/toddler
and household items
YARD SALE
What's It Shop at
Laurel Hill Fri&Sat
9-5, glass table
w/chairs, p.v.c. set,
rod iron sets, misc.
furniture, kitchen,
items, flowers, hang
ing baskets, new
items. Can be used
for x-mas gifts, nice
clothes. This will be
a big sale. Also!
Sale thru-out shop.
we have a new load
of antique cows,
calves, Irg&small
deer, pigs, benches,
fountains,small
items. Lay-A-Way
now for x-mas. 652-
2599


829
Garage Sales
SATURDAY, OC-
TOBER 7, 8am-
3pm, 2 family yard
sale! New and old
clothes, toys,
shoes,dresses, and
much more! 3083
Oak Street North.
Off of Auburn and
Old Hickory!
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305.
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD sale Satur-
day, Oct. 7th
8:00am-til, 3014
Colonial Circle (off
Monterrey) too many
items to list!
YARD SALE Sat.
7th Oct. 8-12 1425
Quail Ridge Dr.
Grandview Heights
YARD SALE: too
much stuff to list,
492 Pearl Adams,
Sat. Oct. 7th, 8-12,
pre moving
830
i Miscellaneous
For Sale
2 WHEELCHAIRS,
hardly used, electric,
complete with bat-
teries and chargers.
please call 218-8864
or 682-5075
COMPLETE KING
size semi-waveless
waterbed w/heater,
mirrored headboard
and sheets $65., Ka-
thy Ireland treadmill
$25., new George
Foreman rotiserie,
$20, Soloflex $150
obo, dvd-vcr combo
w/remote $25, large
pet carrier $30 689-
4320
SEARS WINDOW
a/c 18,000 btu with
heat strips $350.,
older natural gas
dryer works good.
$50. 423-6961
TWO CEMETERY
lots for sale in Live
Oak Park at Garden
of Prayer $1,100.
ea. Call 423-9987
leave message if no
answer.








BUIIGIN




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1996 Maxima






5-speed, Alloy wheels, Radio,
Cruise control, A/C, Sunroof,
Spoiler, Full power, Tinted
glass, 183,000 miles.
$4,25000 682-0470


830
Miscellaneo s
For Sale \
6 PERSON hot tub,
good condition
$750. call 537-9307


904
Cars
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.




1979 CADLlAC
Coupe DeVillede Elnu
Custom Paint,
New Top
SNew Headliner
Power Windows
Runs Good
$1,500 (obo)
850-758-0701
Anytime

CAR FOR sale 1994
Ford Taurus de-
pendable, a/c,
$1500 obo 682-4217







2000 Nissan
Altima
Great on gas,
A/C, Good
Condition
$5500o (obo)
537-8042
or 259-5385








Good Condition,
Garage Kept,
Nice,
120,000 miles
$1,600
Phone: 682-5729
Cell: 826-2100


Claude Mitchell
With over 30 years
Experience In the
automobile business, I
encourage you to come In
and let's look at your
CHEVR L vehicle needs. With current
Cash Incentives & finance
plans, together we will find
:' ,' a solution that best suits
S .your situation.
Claude Mitchell Award Chevrolet
1i- A 4 EMCAN B EVOIfB ICn
A Wa L'' ^ / Your SlIverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
E UIE 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
Ie 682-2731


904
'Cars


'02 Honda
Accord




54,000mi. Automatic, CD.
New tires. GLD CERTIFIED
ExTn CLEAR, LIKE 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 oBO
902-5967



90 Chevy
Van


8 Passenger,
Clean,
302 Engine.
$1,100
Call: 682-1231


1997 LINCOLN
TOWNCAR
EXCELLENT CONDITION!
64,200 Miles
$8,900o
682-5538 or
758-7309


ALL WORK GUARANTEED
MAJOR & MINOR REPAIR
SPECIALIZING IN ENGINE OVERHAUL Fomca & Do snc
WRECKER SERVICE AVAILABLE
DOING BUSINESS SINCE ????
Licensed & Insured

8s50.537.382$8

523 HWY 90 WEST HOLT, FL


9~ thBick
1,Sabre


One owner, serviced
regularly. 134,000 miles,
Automatic, Air, Power win-
dows & locks, AM/FM. Runs
great. EXCELLENT family car
$2,400(
682-6909

wi0i. TRADE clas-
sic 1978 Ford Pick-
up short wheel base,
step side, runs
great, all original 6
cylinder automatic,
restored outside with
new paint job and
wooden bed, need
restoring on inside
plus a 1993 Ford
Taurus 4 door, runs
good, no air for one
decent automobile,
"NO JUNK". Call
537-8759 leave
name, number and
what kind of vehicle
you have to trade.
FOR SALE 1972
Volkswagon Beetle,
excellent condition
$3500. 683-0630 or
428-0741
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
906
Boats
14 FT. bass boat,
stick steer w/40
horsepower evin-
rude electric start.
$2500. 423-6961

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

2004 TAHOE
36,000 miles,
cd/cassette, am/fm,
third row seat, rear
air, alloy wheels,
color-keyed fender
flares $21,000. 537-
9144

910
Motorcycles

250 YAMAHA En-
duro bike 2005,
must sell, gone to
Iraq, $3,000 obo
4,800 miles 682-
9764
H-D 2003 Dyna
Lowrider, Anniversa-
ry colors. 440 miles.
Mostly kept in stor-
age $8,000. Call
543-3604.


914
Recreational


Dutchman RV






A/C, Wooden inside.
In good condition.
All electronic.
Ex"ceLs wp nirsl
$10,000
368-0066



'06 Honda TRX

350 4-Wheeler




Yellow w/elect. shift button.
In January paid $4,252. Will
sell for $4,000 (obo). Only
has 60 hours riding time.
652-3283
or 546-0543

918
Trucks

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.


'02 DODGE
DAKOTA SPORT




GOOD & CLEAN!
5-Speed, A/C
127k Miles
$6,500 (obo)
685-3556


TRACTOR
DIESEL
DAVID BROWN
CASE
NEEDS A LOT OF WORK
WILL DELIVER LOCALLY
$ 1,400

902-2634


1999 NOMAD 5TH WHEEL CAMPER
Good condition, TV, VCR, Microwave,
Bed, Couch Bed, New Awning.
Call for appointment:
850-859-2260 $10,900 (obo)


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BY OWNER

A picture is worth a thousand words. Sell your merchandise in

the pages of the Crestview News Bulletin and News Extra.

1997 CRESTVIEW
NISSAN

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Sunroof, Luggage .. E
Rack, Loaded,
Excellent rIf a]LE"IN
Family Car p T & t es fW r y 'eAy
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GALVANIZED TRAILER
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Bulictin.
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for more information.
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