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Title: Crestview news bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 2006
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MELISSA HOWARD'S MURDER: NINE MONTHS LATER


community still undone


* After nine months, neighbors
and residents who live on
Tiffot Court are still haunted by
the unsolved murder of their
neighbor, Melissa Howard.

Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
About two weeks before Melissa Howard
was murdered, she revealed a chilling pre-
monition to a close friend who was her next-
door neighbor.
"She said,'If someone ever finds me dead,
please don't let them rule it a suicide,"' her
friend said recently. "I thought that was such
a strange thing for her to say. She was such a
strong person."
The friend, still living next to the vacant
home, wishes to remain anonymous because
of her close relationship with Howard.
"I never thought anything like that would
happen next door," she said. "You definitely
don't expect somebody to knock on your
door at 11 p.m. and tell you what her daugh-
ter told me that night."
Howard, who was 33, was murdered in
her home On Jan. 6 sometime between the
hours of 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Keri Winkler, one of Howard's daughters,
and two other individuals discovered her
body shortly after 11 p.m.
Now, nine months later, the woman who
used to sit on Howard's patio and watch their
,kids playeis.haunted by the.brutal-H1'Bg-
that is still unsolved.
The doors that lead to her back Peck an
area once reserved for relaxed evenings and
friendly conversation are now blocked by
her son's makeshift hamster cage.'
"I very seldom go on my back porch now,"
she said. "I definitely don't go out after dark.
"It's definitely changed the mood of the
street."
Howard was murdered in her home 222
Tiffot Court.
Many of the street's residents, who once
felt impervious on the one-way cul-de-sac,
have since bought handguns. Many have
installed extra lighting and more deadbolts
and security alarms.
Several neighbors were interviewed for
this story. Only three were willing to disclose
their identities. But each had the same con-


The house at 222 Tiffot Court remains empty since the Jan. 6 night that local nurse Melissa Howard was murdered.


cerns. Many worry for their own safety
because officials have never confirmed
whether or not the murder was an isolated
incident or a random act of violence.
Fabian and Leslie DeLeon are a married
couple who live across the street from
Howard's address. Fabian is a firefighter on
Eglin Air Force Base. He was working a 24-
hour shift the night of the murder. Leslie was
home cleaning.
She remembers a street flooded with panic
and confusion. The flicker of red and blue
emergency lights flashed rhythmically
against her windows and she soon discov-
ered that her friend had been murdered.
"It's disappointing that nothing has hap-


opened Leslie said, while standing in the
street in front of Howard's home.
The DeLeons have since installed extra
locks on their doors; they have added alarm
sensors in their back yard. They don't let
their daughter play in the street anymore.
"Obviously you're going to think about it
everyday," said Fabian. "It's always there."
Leslie, who had visited Howard the day
before the murder, looked up to the woman
who had become an accomplished surgical
nurse at North Okaloosa Medical Center.
Howard influenced Leslie's decision to
change her major; she changed her degree
path from pursuing a physical therapy assis-
tant degree to enrolling in the nursing pro-


gram at Okaloosa-Walton College.
Tiffot Court is ostensibly an all-American
street. The houses are new; the lawns, for the
most part, are manicured. The chatter of
sprinklers clamors in every direction in the
mornings and evenings; more often than not
yards are a ripe shade of green, squishy and
damp.
During the day, the sounds of whistles and
laughter echo from Walker Elementary
School. American flags protrude from homes
and lazily lap up the breeze.
In the afternoons, children still ride their
bicycles up and down the dead-end street.
See UNDONE, page 7A


Sheriff Morris appointed to serve

on statewide training panel


Crestview News Bulletin
Okaloosa County'Sheriff Charlie
Morris is one of three people
named by Governor Jeb Bush to the
Florida Criminal Justice Standards
and Training Commission on Oct.
9.
Sheriff Morris previously served
two years on the commission to fin-
ish out the term of former Clay
County Sheriff Scott Lancaster, but
this is his first full four-year
appointment to the board by the
Governor.
He will also be eligible for a sec-
ond term when this one expires in
2010.


The com-
mission's pri-
mary mission
is to ensure
Florida's law
enforcement
and correc-
Stional officers
have proper
training, qual-
ifications, and
MORRIS ethical stan-
dards.
Others named to the panel
Monday are Holmes Beach Police
Chief Jay Romine and Palm Beach
County Deputy Sheriff Belinda
Murvin.


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State responds to Holt land rezoning issue


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
One local developer has to meet some state recom-
mendations before he can continue plans to have 480
acres of land in Holt rezoned.
The state Department of Community Affairs
responded to a transmittal, from the Okaloosa Board
of County Commissioners concerning a large parcel
of land adjacent to Trawick Creek Road.
Developer Doug Harris hopes the county will
rezone the land from its current agriculturally zoned
designation to a low-density residential zoning.
But before the county will consider rezoning,
Harris must meet some recommendations made by
the DCA, the state organization that reviews all land
amendments where 10 acres or more would be affect-
ed if amended.
Some of the objections in the DCA review include
inadequate traffic analysis; a lack of need for a resi-
dential development; and the potential for urban


sprawl. The DCA also recommends that the county
should not adopt the proposed amendment because
it is close to Camp Rudder's runway.
Harris, who has been a developer for more than 20
years, has developed several large subdivisions
throughout Northwest Florida, including locations in
the Shoal River Country Club area and Old Bethel
Road.
Though his long-term plans are to build 1,200 to
1,500 homes and a commercial shopping center on
the property, he's quick to remind those who oppose
such a project that this is the beginning stage of a
long, tedious process.
"Just because I might get some initial approval,
I'm not going to go out there and do it right away,"
he said. "This is a project that could take 10 to 20
years to develop."
Harris believes Holt is an essential part of north
Okaloosa County's future growth. He compares Holt
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Crestview News Bulletin/ PAGE 3A


Sheriff warns residents about mailbox thieves


From staff reports
The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office is
urging Crestview area residents to use
extra precautions when putting bills in
their mailboxes.
The sheriff's office has received several
reports of someone stealing bills, credit
cards and other items from area mail boxes.
The sheriff's office urges residents to


bring in mail promptly whenever possible.
Also, take bills and other information con-
taining personal information like account
numbers directly to the post office.
Officials also urge residents to be aware
of the current status of credit reports and
bank accounts.
Please report any suspicious activity to
the sheriff's office by calling 689-5650 or
651-7400.


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Main Street Downtown Crestview

Halloween Costume Contests Food & Craft Vendors
SGames Musical Entertainment Free Goodies for the Kids

0 & FALL FUN FOR ALL!

Supporting Sponsors & Volunteers & Vendors
are needed. Please respond soon! Participant


registration


deadline is Monday, October 16th

A Main Street Crestview Association and
City of Crestview Sponsored Event.
If you, your business, your church, or your organization would
like to provide a carnival style activity/booth/vendor display in
the downtown area for enjoyment by the youngsters (and
Adults) of our community during the Fall Festival, please
complete a participant registration form (available at
the City Hall office of the Crestview Main Street
Program Director and other area locations). Call
the MSCA's Fall Festival Event Coordinator, Grace
Ferdon, at 682-0031 or the City of Crestview's
Main Street Program Director, Bill Kilpatrick,
-at 689-3722 for detailed information.


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Raymond Russell is reassembling a pole barn that was once located at the Snowden
hom;',tead in the Beaver Creek area north of Baker. The building is the latest additieonito
the museum's heritage village.

Baker Block Museum to hold

2nd annual heritage festival


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
The Baker Block
Museum's 2nd annual her-
itage and folk festival will be
held Nov. 2.
This year's event, which
is from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., is
slated to be even bigger than
the last.
Everything from seafood
gumbo to hamburgers to live
music to Civil War enactors
will be on the day's agenda
of events.
The museum's "Heritage
Days and Folk Festival" will
be held at the museum's
Heritage Park, which has
grown since last year's festi-
val.


The Baker Block Museum
needs volunteers, to help
organize the heritage festival
to be held on Nov. 2.
To volunteer, call the
museum at 537-5714.

The park, located adjacent
to the museum in downtown
Baker, has had several addi-
tions since last year's festi-
val, including a pole barn,
two bears carved from stone,
a furnished log cabin com-
plete with a rustic chimney,
a corn crib and a converted
blacksmith shop with
authentic tools.


Festival organizer
Rebecca Watkins said the
event is growing because the
museum has grown over the
last year.
"There will be more
music, more demonstrations
and more vendors this year,"
she said.
Museum curator Jeanette
Henderson said that people
are really beginning to
notice what a jewel the
museum is to the local com-
munity.
"I think the uniqueness
has just really begun to be
known," she said. "The her-
itage day is going to be larg-
er, bigger and better.
"We're hoping for a big
crowd."


Bob Sikes Library to be closed on Oct. 30


* It will also be an early voting site from
Oct. 23 until Nov. 4.


Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Robert L.F.
Sikes Public Library will be
closed on Monday, Oct. 30, for


computer software upgrades.
Books (but not movies, CDs,
tapes, etc.) may continue to be
left in the outside drop box.
Any materials normally due


on Oct. 30 will automatically be
extended until the Oct. 31.
Please note: The library will
be an early voting site Monday,
Oct. 23 through Saturday, Nov.
4. The library lobby will be open
Oct. 30 to allow access to early
voting, but no library services
will be available that day. Call
682-4432.


Officials seek robbery suspect
Adam Ziglar made by Turner and Griffith, applied for by the sheriff's
Crestview News Bulletin the couple were sleeping office; but has not been
when Davis used a metal tri- issued yet, according to the
The Okaloosa County pod to beat them. report.
Sheriff's Office is currently "He didn't wake us up; he Turner has not returned to
seeking a man who entered a beat us awake," Turner said her home since the incident.
Holt residence, battered two recently. She has been staying with
victims and stole a truck. After a brief scuffle in the Frankie Griffith's mother,
Clenny Terrl Davis, 42, is living room, Turner said that Charlotte Griffith, who lives
being sought by lawmen for Davis took the keys to her in Crestview.
aggravated battery and red 2000 Toyota Tacoma "She has been a very good
grand theft. bearing the license plate angel," Turner said about
On Sept. 10 at around 11 C754HZ. Charlotte.
p.m., Davis was allegedly at Officials were reluctant to Frankie wasn't too con-
the home of his sister, comment on the open inves- cerned about his injuries.
Patricia Turner, who lives on tigation, but the report said "I don't mind him beating
Wilkinson Bluff Road. Turner that the two victims had mul- me in my sleep, but to beat
was sleeping in the living tiple injuries to their heads his own sister that's just
room with her boyfriend, and arms from being struck sorry," Griffith said.
Frankie Griffith. by the tripod. '"I still have nightmares at
According to statements A warrant has been night," Turner said.


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OPINION & EDITORIAL


WEDNESDAY
JUNE 11, 2006


LETTERS

TO THE EDITOR


Farm Bureau thanks county
for outpouring of support
Dear Editor:
Farm Bureau Federation has been in Okaloosa
County for the past 60 years, and for the last 57
years we have held an annual meeting. Each year
we have gone to local merchants for their
support.
I am bringing this to your attention because of
the overwhelming response we received this year.
I am sure businesses in other communities are
responsive, however I really do not think the
response we received in our community could be
beat.
We would like to say thank you to the
following merchants: Crestview Tire and Wheel,
Winn-Dixie, Award Chevrolet, Lloyd's Glass,
Margie's Nylon and Lace, Sears, Publix, Eye Site,
Tanning and Hair Center, Coach and Four
Steakhouse, Big T Tires, Hard Core Fitness Center,
Cracker Barrel, Taylormade Subs, Cato Baker
Farm Center, Badcock Furniture, Compass Bank,
First National Bank of Crestview, Coastal Power
Wash, Moulton's Pharmacy, Wise Equipment,
Crestview Paint & Body, Boogies Watersports,
Wachovia Bank, Radio Shack, A Touch of Class
Salon, Ryan's Family Steakhouse, Outdoor Power,
Lee Pontiac, AmSouth Bank, Art's TV, the
Uniform and Trophy Shop, and Emerald Coast
Clothing Outlet.
How blessed we are to be in a community like
ours.

Farm Bureau Federation
Crestview


Your most valuable asset
Dear Editor,
What do you consider as your most valuable
asset? Most people would answer this question in
relation to the amount of property they own or
cash in the bank. Either of those answers would
be incorrect. Your greatest and most valuable
asset is your health and the health of your
children.
In the United States we have become 67% .
obese and the numbers continue to rise. What is
even moxe alarming is a percentage of children as
young as 2 and 3 years of age is dangerously
obese. Some car seat companies are considering
increasing the size of their infant/toddler seats. A
local Northwest Florida restaurant has admitted
to enlarging their booths to accommodate larger
customers. America is collapsing under the
pressure, so to speak.
Being a nurse, I have seen first hand how
obhsity destroys a person's overall health. No one
really wants to discipline themselves when it
comes to food. Numerous diseases could be
prevented by not becoming overweight.
People do not wake up one morning and plan
to put on an extra 100 or 200 pounds. It happens
gradually. Our lifestyle and nutritional habits are
key factors in fighting obesity. The examples we
sei for our children are extremely important. As
parents we want the best for our children. We
protect, love and support them in all they do. Our
children's nutritional habits and exercise should
be at the TOP of the list in protecting them.
We teach children not to run out into the street
because they could get struck by a car. We teach
them the harm of drugs and alcohol. Parents, we
also must teach them that poor nutritional habits
and lack of exercise will also harm them.
I am a strong believer that nutrition needs to be
taught in elementary school. If we provide
children with the knowledge of nutrition they can
make healthier choices. Serving sizes are.much
smaller than we want to admit. Fast food servings
are two to three times the portion size that is
'appropriate for a child or an adult. We have to
educate ourselves and pass this on to our
children. Diabetes among children in the United
States is a growing problem. Common sense and
nutrition and exercise can prevent and in some
cases cure certain health problems.
My goal is to educate and encourage people to
take control of their family's health. The reward
of being healthy is much greater than a few
.seconds of fast food satisfaction.

:Sylvia Williams, Vital Health
*swilll20@yahoo.com



WHAT'S YOUR OPINION?

; :' .We encourage our readers to write to us at
any time 'ith their thoughts and ideas. Opinions
may bet 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.
Please include your name, address, arid day
arid'evening phone numbers for verification.


Letters must be signed. Mail them to: Crestview
Bulletin, 295 W. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536. You may also email it directly to the
managing editor at the razorbaque@yahoo.com
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An article for Lupus Awareness Month








An article for L upus A4waereness Mon th


(Dear Reader: I shall be patient will find that a
away from my computerMy number of specialists
for the next two weeks, Opinion will necessarily be called
in to aid in the
and thought that since ob treatment. Depending
October is Lupus AlBb on the severity and
Awareness Month, you Allen complexity of a specific
might find the following case, internalists,
interesting.) is given to spreading the rheumatologists,
word to the masses. cardiologists,
Somebody What "word" needs to dermatologists, and
get out? Let's begin with perhaps others may be
you know a few statistics, numbers invited to offer advice
that are easily and a treatment regimen.
has lupus!! understood and that can If lupus in its various
be appreciated by all. forms has no known
There are three types of cause or cure, how is it
If someone walked up lupus discoid lupus' diagnosed? Frankly, it is
to you and asked you a that affects only the skin; quite difficult to do, and
simple question such as, systemic lupus initially patients will be
"Do you know anybody erythematosus, the most treated for the various
i lupus what talent form of lupus. srit Oily a
would yoU 'say? .' at ""ad the tpt'e that attct ev'ral isits toa
Unless you and those various systems and physcian, copled'th
with whom you organs within the body; some lab work may a
associate have been very and drug-induced lupus, firm diagnosisbe made.
fortunate, or you do not a condition brought on "Okay," you say,
know as much about as a side effect of certain what is the prognosis?"
your friends as you prescription drugs. Some twenty-five years
think, you probably do! That having been ago, when the disease
SLook around your said, approximately 90% reared its ugly head in
work place, or school, or of those afflicted are our family, an
church. For every 100 women, and the disease antiquated book in the
people that you see, one manifests itself during library was consulted,
or two, or possibly more, the childbearing years ndthereit was staged
suffer from some form of 18 to 45. The disease hat life expectancy for
lupus! does not discriminate, the lupus patient was
"So what?" you may but the facts are that it is something like five
say, "They all look most likely to afflict years! Now, however,
healthy to me!" You are minorities African- there are reported cases
probably absolutely Americans, Hispanics, of people living three
right. Lupus is not Asians, and American and four decades with
readily detectable and Indians. the disease, so there is
shows very few outward What causes lupus? hope and no need for
signs, especially in its The answer is quite despair.
early stages. But, with simple no one knows!
time, it can be a very What is the cure for
debilitating disease, and lupus? Again, no one Crestview T
the associated problems knows! What is the "The News Y
brought on by it can be treatment for lupus?
fatal. That is a much more To report news, for information, subs
October is National difficult question to Jim Knudsen
Lupus Awareness answer, for the disease Publisher
Month, but because manifests itself in many News Information
there is no recognizable forms and thus the ou have a concern or
celebrity who carries the medication prescribed comment about The Crestview
torch for the Lupus can take on many News Bulletin's coverage,
Foundation of America different identities. please call 682-6524.
(LFA), little column Further, because this If you have a news tip,
space or television time disease is so elusive, the please call:


CITY OF CRESTVIEW

CONTACT INFORMATION


City Hall
(850) 682-6134
Mayor George Whitehurst
(850) 682-3812
City Council
Brenda Bush, Ellis Conner,
Sam Hayes, Linda Parker &
Charles J. "Chip" Wells
(850) 683-0987 or
(850) 689-1618


John Parrott
Military Reporter


City Clerk Janice Young
(850) 682-1560
Public Services Director
General "Jr." Cox
(850) 682-0356 or
(850) 682-6132
Administrative Services
Director Michael Wing
(850) 689-1618 or
(850) 689-1619


Heather Gann
Classified Ads


Rae Moffitt
Receptionist


One question that is
often asked is, "Why is it
called 'lupus'?" "Lupus"
is the Latin word for
"wolf," and one of the
characteristics of the
disease is an occasional
rash across the nose and
cheeks. Some people
refer to it as a "butterfly
rash," while others
reportedly claim it to
look more like a wolf.
Further, there are often
aches and pains in
various joints not
always the same joints -
and thus the patient will
often exclaim, "The wolf
is loose!"
The foregoing paints a
rather bleak picture, but
there is hope for the
Snewlyf diagnosed. There"
is a lupus support
chapter in Pensacola (1-
800-458-8211) that can
provide considerable
written material (free) on
the subject, and there are
a multitude of lupus
patients in the area who
will be most willing to
discuss the disease and
give insight to it. And, of
course, one can always
refer to the Internet,
where more material
than one really wants is
available.

Bob Allen is a resident of
the Crestview area and a
retired member of the
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McLaine and Eunice Booger, got hearty laughs from the crowd during last Friday's
Crestview High School Homecoming Parade on Main Street. The duo pretended to be
the homecoming king and queen from Holmes County High School, Crestview's oppo-
nent last Friday night. The Bulldogs won the game 49-0.


City annexes in large land parcel


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview City
Council unanimously
approved annexation of a
340-acre parcel of land
Monday night.
The land, owned by the
D.R. Horton development
company, is the second pro-
posed planned unit develop-
ment to be brought into the
city limits.
This site could mean up
to 999 more residential hous-
ing units possibly a com-
bination of single family


homes and townhouses.
The council's decision
Monday night ensured that
the property, however used,
would receive utility and
public safety services from
Crestview, and become part
of the city's increasing tax
base.
The addition also
expands the city's borders to
the east.
"They plan to build up to
999 dwelling units in there,"
said Mike Wing, the city's
Administrative Services
director. "We've only been
given phase 1, as far as con-


struction plans are con-
cerned."
Wing said the planned
unit development land use
designation requires devel-
opers to include recreational
amenities with a develop-
ment.
The city also has other
large residential develop-
ments on the horizon.
"We've been working on
this for quite some time,"
Wing said. "We have some
others coming up that are
nearly that size; there's a lot
of that kind of development
that is in the works."


FWB wants judicial annex, fairgrounds

on its property at Lewis Turner Boulevard
Cal Zethmayr workshop meeting with the locate near a Judicial Center
News Bulletin Correspondent Fort Walton Beach City and that should be a selling
Council, but for the council point for putting it on the
The Fort Walton Beach b'rmbers it was conducted rs o "
City Council voted a special meeting so ethy j i rsp a
Monday night to direct their were able to o ally vote t ~o est a air oer-


city manager to work with
the Okaloosa County
Administrator and their
respective staffs to come up
with a proposal to locate the
south county judicial annex
on part of the 42 acre site the
City of Fort Walton Beach
purchased on Lewis Turner
Boulevard.
Several of the Fort Walton
Beach council members indi-
cated they want to try to
keep the fairgrounds on this
same property and to have
both facilities as well as their
softball parks and to be able
to work out joint use of any
parking areas created to
accommodate the judicial
annex.
The Okaloosa County
Commissioners met in a


let the county know they
were serious about getting
the best possible use of the
42-acre property.
"I thought this was a very
productive meeting from the
aspect that the county got the
votes from the city council
that we are very interested in
helping put the Judicial
Center Annex there on our
fairgrounds," Fort Walton
Beach Mayor Mike Anderson
said. "Now it's just up to the
staffs to negotiate a good
deal for both bodies.
"There was available
under utilized property
along Lewis Turner hear the
fairgrounds that would be
suitable for law offices,
restaurants and other busi-
nesses that would eventually


ation could still remain on
the property in spite of the
fact that his city council
recently voted to terminate
the lease with the Fair
Association.
"We are in the process of
analyzing some inputs front
the fair association, ere
going to have a worls
with them later or' Oi
month to discuss thosjgna
of things," he said. "Anridv
are getting ready to let ,con-
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Special to the News Bulletin
This Sunday will mark the beginning of a
week-long series of events and activities
across the United States that are part of one
of America's most observed drug preven-
tion awareness campaigns each year, "Red
Ribbon Week." This year organizers antici-
pate that an estimated 80 million Americans
will participate in events across the nation in
observance of Red Ribbon Week. What
many Americans don't know is that one of
the driving forces behind the creation of this
event 20 years ago was an effort to memori-
alize the ultimate sacrifice made by DEA
(Drug Enforcement Administration) Special
Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena, who was
kidnapped and brutally murdered in the
line of duty by drug traffickers in Mexico in
March of 1985.
"Agent Camarena's death was a sobering
reminder to us all that the "War on Drugs" is
not just a metaphor used by our government
and heads of slate to detour people from
abusing drugs; it is a hard reality that makes
us recognize we are at war against drugs
and that more Americans have lost their
lives to drug and alcohol addiction than the
combined casualties of all wars in American
history. There is no greater threat to our way
of life and the security of our country than
drug and alcohol addiction," said J.T. Daily,
a drug education specialist for Narconon
Arrowhead, one of the country's leading
drug rehabilitation groups who actively


support Red Ribbon Week each year.
Red Ribbon Week has evolved into one of
the country's most popular drug prevention
awareness campaigns, and while Agent
Camarena's untimely death was a tragedy
deserving of acknowledgement, Red Ribbon
Week has come to represent a time for
America to unite and look at what solutions
we as Americans do have available to us to
win the war on drugs. It is an undeniable
truth that drug enforcement alone has not
and will not solve the drug crisis in America.
If the sacrifices of agents like Camarena and
many others before and after him were
made to protect us against the cartels and
pushers were not made in vain, then it is
time for Americans to realize the war on
drugs must include effective rehabilitation,
prevention programs and broad national
awareness campaigns if we are to be victori-
ous.
Daily, a Certified Chemical Dependency
Counselor and enthusiastic supporter of
Red Ribbon Week, is very outspoken when
he talks about solutions to America's drug
problem. After successfully beating drug
addiction himself through completing the
highly effective Narconon drug rehabilita-
tion program, Daily decided to help others
steer clear of drug addiction and after an
extensive training program became a Drug
Education Lecturer and Specialist.
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LOCAL NEWS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2006


POLICE


iBLOTTEIR

Information taken from actual law
enforcement reports, compiled by
ADAM ZIGLAR.


Blinded by a
full moon
Recently, a juvenile was
arrested for mooning some-
one.
The kid was riding in the
back of a school bus in
Crestview when he pulled
down his pants and pressed
his rear against the glass of the
bus's back door, mooning the
vehicle behind him.
The driver who saw the
whole incident was another
student who was accompa-
nied by his younger sister.
Apparently, the two
teenage boys were making
gestures at one another from
the vehicles, but the mooning
took the visual game of "sign
language" too far.
The driver and his sister,
who was victimized by hav-
ing to see the moon at 7:30
a.m. called the police and the
astronaut was arrested for
indecent exposure.
Man versus machine
Recently, a group of
teenage boys were bored and
broke, so they went to their
local high school to look for
something to break and steal.
They found the school's
vending machines, which
were camped outside under
an awning.
The boys used a crowbar to
pry the machines open. In all,
they took more than $85 from
the machines.
The following morning, the
incident was reported to the
sheriff's office. The deputy
interviewed a few students
and knew right away who the
miscreants were, and he knew
where to find them.
After searching for the
boys off school groundshe-
found their rivng ii d
probably looking for ftrire
trouble.
The deputy separately
quizzed the boys about break-
ing into the vending
machines.
One boy admitted to the
crime; the other told the
deputy he wasn't there.
The deputy wasn't buying
the kid's story, so he arrested
both kids.
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report. Apparently, in law
enforcement academies,
would-be deputies are taught
unique ways to describe
crimes.
For example, on this arrest
report, the deputy wrote that
the teens are charged with
"molesting a coin operated
machine."
Poor machine, so helpless.
No limbs to defend itself. It
just has to sit there like a block
and take it. It's a good thing
deputies are standing up for
the rights of vending
machines. Somebody needs
to.
Beer belly blowout
The one advantage to
being a sloppy drunk with a
swollen abdomen is that you
can use the spare tire as a
weapon, especially against
old people who are too frail to
defend themselves.
Here's a local guy who did
just that. He and an elderly
gentleman (probably his
grandfather) got in a verbal
argument that quickly spi-
raled into a belly heaving
frenzy.
The younger guy, who was
intoxicated, was arguing with
the older guy about a DVD
player. It'snot known what
the specific nature of the argu-
ment was about. Maybe the
young guy was trying to
explain that laser discs don't
fit into modem day DVD
players.
The young guy got into the
older guy's face and began to
thrust his gut, knocking the
guy back. The older guy tried
to call 911 twice, but the
young guy kept knocking the
phone from his hand. He then
pushed the older man on the
ground. He straddled"th; '
ninn's' body, pinning himu:t'
the ground: He then began to
strike the old man in the face.
The young guy's father ran
into the room and pushed his
son off the older man. He then
held the guy down until the
police arrived.
The older man had a large
contusion on his head. The
young man eventually
calmed down, but the family
has now reverted back to the
days when VHS tapes were
the preferred medium to view
entertainment.


Crestview Fire Dept.
Dispatch Analysis
Motor vehicle accidents -
28. Auto Aid 2. EMS Alpha -
3. EMS Charlie 6. EMS Delta
- 10. EMS Echo 2. EMS
Uncoded 8. Fire Alarm 4.
Brush Fire 2. Auto Fire 1.
Structure Fire 1. Gulf Flight
Standby 5. Hazard 2. Illegal
Burning 1. Life Flight
Standby 1. Mutual Aid Given
-1.

City of Crestview
fire responses
9/28-10/3: Motor vehicle
accident 14; Unattended
death 1; Auto aid 1; EMS -
13; Fire alarm 1; Brush fire -
1; Gulf flight standby 4; Illegal
burning 1; vehicle lockout 1;
manpower assistance 3;
smoke investigation 1.

City of Crestview
crime reports
9/2: Randy Spears, age 38,
of 637 Love Joy Road, Fort
Walton Beach, was charged
with reckless driving, fleeing
and eluding the police and
leaving the scene with property
damage.
9/18: Michael Jerome
Moore, age 30, unknown, was
charged with trespassing after
warning.
10/3: Daniel Jake Powers,


age 27, of 4954 Griffith Mill
Road, Holt, was charged with
criminal mischief, burglary to a
vehicle without persons inside,
criminal mischief and resisting
officer without violence.
10/4: Travis Michael Kelley,
age 24, of 11091 Charlie
Foster Road, Baker, was
charged with possession of
marijuana under 20 grams.
10/5: Charles Edmund
Tucker, age 28, of 997 Kelvin
Court, Crestview, was charged
with domestic battery.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
8/14: Joseph Jordan, age
46, of 6340 Killcrease Road,
Baker, was charged with FS.S.
arson of a dwelling.
9/15: 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.
9/21: Kenyatta Johney
Beckford, age 24, of 197 Ratliff
Street, Crestview, was arrested
per capias on charges of two
counts of worthless checks.
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notice to appear on the offense
of battery.
9/24: Jeffery Wayne
Vincent, age 44, of 3785
Hinote Road, Crestview, was
arrested for a DUI.
9/25: A 17-year-old juvenile,
of Crestview, was charged with
'a felony offense of battery on a
school employee.
9/26: Timothy Wade Nance,
age 19, of 485 Second Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of a controlled sub-.
stance. Henry Eugene
Jackson, age 30, of 622 West
Griffith Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with one count each of
possession of a controlled sub-
stance (crack cocaine), pos-
session of marijuana under 20
grams and no motor vehicle
insurance.
9/28: James Dewayne
Grimes, age 58, of 1649 East
James Lee Blvd. #11,
Crestview, was charged with
aggravated assault.
9/29: A 16-year-old juve-
nile, of Crestview, was issued a
notice to appear on the offense
of trespassing upon grounds of
a school facility. A 15-year-
old juvenile, of Crestview, was
charged with a felony offense
of retaliating against a witness.
* A 17-year-old juvenile, of
Crestview, was charged with a
felony offense of retaliating
against a witness. A 16-year-


old juvenile, of Crestview, was
charged with a felony offense
of retaliating against a witness.
9/30: Joseph Franklin
Beitler, age 37, of 5202
Dorothy Lance, Holt, was
charged with grand theft,
resisting an officer without vio-
lence and driving while his
license was suspended. A
15-year-old juvenile, of
Crestview, was charged with a
felony offense of escape from a
detention center. A 15-year-
old juvenile, of Crestview, was
charged with a felony offense
of battery to a detention staff
member. This offense did
occur at the Okaloosa
Regional Detention Facility.
10/1: A 16-year-old juvenile,
of Coral Springs, was charged
with a felony offense of aggra-
vated battery. Jerome Patrick
Medley, age 18, of Palm Bay,
was charged with a felony
offense of aggravated battery.
This offense did occur at the
Okaloosa Regional Detention
Facility.
10/2: A 17-year-old juvenile,
of Crestview, was'charged with
indecent exposure. Ricky
Lee Belcher, age 43, of 4550
Hwy 90, Milton, was charged
with trespassing, petty theft
and arson. Jackie Darell
Long, age 47, of 4393 Fleet
Wing Road, Holt, was charged
with domestic battery.


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NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT
OF ORDINANCES

Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code and Section
166.041, Florida Statutes, the Crestview City Council proposes to adopt
the following ordinances set forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1280
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING FOR THE
REZONING OF 1.99 ACRES, LOCATED IN SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE
24 WEST, FROM INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (M-1) ZONING TO SINGLE OR MULTI-FAMILY
DWELLING DISTRICT (R-2) ZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PRO-
VIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1281
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING FOR THE
REZONING 0.36 ACRES,. MORE OR LESS, LOCATED IN SECTION 117, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST; FROM COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) ZONING TO SINGLE
FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1) ZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY; AND.PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1282
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING FOR THE
REZONING 0.41 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, LOCATED IN, SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, FROM SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1) ZONING
TO COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) ZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
t U .. .;ii OKlDINANCE NO. 1283
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING FOR THE
REZONING OF 9.90 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, LOCATED IN SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, FROM AGRICULTURAL (AA) ZONING TO SINGLE FAMILY
DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1) ZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PRO-
VIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the City Council meeting
and to provide written arid/or verbal comments on the matters under consideration. The
ordinances are available for public inspection during normal business hours at the
Administrative Services Department, City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview,
Florida from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not discriminate upon the basis
of any individual's disability status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and 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 proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and any evi-
dence 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
October 11, 2006


Southern Sports Tonight radio host Scott McKinney (center) broadcasts his show live
from Adara Golf Course in Crestview last Thursday while posing for a photo with Dr.
Thomas Bender III and pro shop employee Samantha Callich. McKinney's show airs
regionally Monday-Friday from 4-7 p.m. on WTKE 98.1-FM. He also hosts The Morning
Wrap each weekday from 6-9 a.m. You can also read McKinney's weekly column on the
Southeastern Conference in the News Bulletin's sports section every Wednesday.


Munson set to celebrate its heritage

with weekend festival at Blackwater


Crestview News Bulletin

The Munson Community
Heritage Festival is a celebra-
tion of the old days and old-
time ways of life in the Deep
South, with folk-art demon-
strations, old-time acoustic
music, and an opportunity to
enjoy and learn about
Blackwater River State Forest.
The festival will take place
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this
Saturday and Sunday in the
Blackwater River State Forest
at Krul -Reereation Area,
located on the north side of
State Highway 4. This is just a
half-mile east of Munson
Crossroads in Santa Rosa
County. The 9-5 hours will
also be observed Saturday
only at the Munson Fire
Department and Red Rock
Masonic Lodge just south of
the crossroads.
A partial list of activities,


exhibits, and demonstrations
are available at no charge to
the public and includes
white-oak and pine needle
basket making; tatting, cro-
cheting, quilting, and sewing
on treadle-operated sewing
machines; blacksmithing;
Native American exhibits;
cow milking; cooking on
wood-burning stoves; gourd
painting; corn shuck dolls;
wood carving; bee keeper;
Dutch oven cooking; whip
making; antique farm equip-
ment; plowing, with mules;
sugar cane mill; cane syrup,
making; museum displays.
Activities and exhibits also
include a chicken house;
smoke house; cross-cut saw-
ing; Civil War camp re-enact-
ment; dulcimer maker; water-
powered grist mill operation;
old logging equipment; old-
time shoe cobbler; old-time
trapping display; antique gas:


engines; food preserving, and
more.
Sawgrass Revival and the
White Sands Panhandle Band
headline the list of continu-
ous acoustic string bands.
Education/ Information
displays will include
Division of Forestry profes-
sionals available to discuss
landowner assistance pro-
grams, State Forest manage-
ment practices, and the ecolo-
gy and bird life of Blackwater
River State Forest. Fish and
Wildlife .,,, .Conservation
Commission staff will be
available to discuss fish and
wildlife native to the area,
and to provide information
on hunting and fishing regu-
lations. Live specimens will
be on display.
For further information,
contact Ben Wolcott, Forestry
Operations administrator, 'at
(850) 975-6151.


UNDONE, from page 1A


I People still cross the street
to discuss sports games with
next door neighbors. They
still plan cookouts and week-
end get-togethers.
But when the sun goes
down, many say they choose
,to stay indoors. Porch lights,
motion lights and streetlights
now compete for the night's
shadows.
The slaying is still fresh in
the minds of those who were
close to Howard.
"People are still a little on
edge," said Charley Fisher, a
neighbor who lives three
houses down from Howard's


address.
Fisher, along with neigh-
bors who were closest to
Howard, is frustrated that
officials made statements
shortly after the murder that
essentially said that an arrest
would soon be made.
"Most of my neighbors are
sort of mystified at how no
one's been arrested," Fisher
said.
For now, those neighbors
wait for answers that never
seem to come.
"If we found out that it
was someone she knew, we
would be relieved because


we wouldn't be concerned
with strangers coming on the
street," Fisher said.
A for sale sign has been
planted in front of Howard's
house for several months. A
leaflet inside says the price
has been lowered by $7,000.
"Bring all offers," the paper
reads.
Neighbors wish the home
would sell as well.
"Maybe if the house gets
sold and somebody moves
in, it might change things a
bit," Fisher said.
"For us, it's a constant
reminder."


HOLT, from page 1A


to Mossy Head, an area with
two major future develop-
ments. One developer plans
to build around 2,000 homes.
"I think Holt is the
future," he said. "You're 35
minutes from Pensacola and
you're right there at the
Interstate 10 interchange.
"I really think Holt has
more potential than Mossy
Head does," he said. "We'll
definitely be able to offer
more house for less money
than any of the areas around
Crestview."
County commissioners
will hold a public hearing on
Nov. 21 to address the rezon-
ing amendment. They will
make their final motion then.
Harris must address the
DCA hurdles before the
county will rezone the land.
However, he doesn't see
the objections as hurdles that
would thwart the rezoning
amendment.
"I don't anticipate any
problems with it," he said.
"I've never had one (a rezon-
ing request) come back that


the state doesn't make some
recommendation."
County planning manager
Terry Jernigan views the
DCA recommendations dif-
ferently.
"They hit him pretty hard
on urban sprawl," he said.
"Those seem like pretty
major objections."
Jernigan explained that
developers are given 30 to 40
days to flesh out any con-
cerns raised from the DCA's
objections. That's the point
when county commissioners
will hold their final public
hearing and choose whether
or not to amend the current
zoning.
At that point, the county
will take on the responsibili-
ty of any legal details that
would follow.
Larry Elliott, a Holt resi-
dent who lives near the land,
hopes the county will deny
the rezoning request.
"I think this is an abnor-
mally large number of objec-
tions," he said after reading
the DCA's review. "He's


going to have to counteract
these objections; after read-
ing over them I don't know
how he's going to do that."
Harris said he has good
intentions. With the average
cost of a home in Crestview
revolving around the
$250,000 range, he said it
became nearly impossible
for people like his daughter
and her husband, who is in
the Army, to purchase a
home.
"They can't afford the
average price of a home
around here; a lot of people
can't," he said.
He hopes to build homes
that will cost less than
$150,000.
If the land is rezoned,
Harris doesn't expect to get a
development order until
mid-2007. He is confident
that he'll overcome the objec-
tions made by the DCA.
"There's nothing out there
that can't be overcome," he
said. "Any objection can be
overcome by logical engi-
neering."
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Crestview News Bulletin / PAGE 8A


O COMMUNITY CALENDAR


If your organization has a regular-
ly scheduled standing meeting
that you would like to see in our
calendar, please mail it to the
Crestview News Bulletin, 295
West James Lee Blvd., Crestview,
FL 32536; FAX it to 682-2246; or
e-mail us at
okpublishing@crestviewbulletin.c
om. Please label all correspon-
dence: "Attn Weekly Calendar."

CIVIC
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
OF THE OKALOOSA PUBLIC
SCHOOLS FOUNDATION will
meet on Thursday, October 12
at 11:30 a.m. in the Office of
Community Affiars, Okaloosa
School District, Fort Walton
Beach.
CONCORD LODGE #50
F&AM holds their regular
meeting 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 ASSOCI-
ATION 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.
meeting 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 pub-
lic. 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
meetings 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
Cgfig League Detachment 915
meets at 7:30 p.m. Any former
or retired Marine interested in
joining should contact Jack
Howell at 683-0412 or Tom
Burns at 682-3992.
The 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 $250
jackpots. Call Robert Boutwell
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
Friday of the month at NOMC's
Senior Circle Classroom in
Crestview. For more informa-
tion call 1-800-458-8211.
The ALZHEIMER'S SUP-
PORT GROUP meets on the
2nd Tuesday of every month at
11 a.m. in the Covenant
Hospice Community Education
Room at 370 W. Redstone
Drive in Crestview. Guest
speakers, group discussion
and support from friends are all
a part of it.
COVENANT HOSPICE
ON-GOING GRIEF SUPPORT
GROUP Covenant Hospice


invites anyone who has suf-
fered the loss of a loved one to
attend this free on-going grief
support group on the first and
third Wednesday of each
month from 11:00 a.m. to Noon
at its Crestview office located
at 370 W. Redstone Drive.
The bereavement specialist
will present current information
on growing through grief, the
impact of grief, and renewal


after loss. "Dutch" lunch follows
the meeting. For more informa-
tion, please contact Charlotte
at 682-3628, ext. 235.
The Twin Cities Hospital
and the National Headache
Foundation invite you to attend
the monthly HEADACHE SUP-
PORT GROUP meetings. Call
Susan at (850) 897-0542 for
more information and to RSVP.
A Crestview area cancer
support group, the PINK RIB-
BON PALS meets every sec-
ond Thursday of the month at 6
p.m. in the Health Resource
Center, 127 Redstone Avenue,
Suite A, in Crestview. For more
information please call Jody
Jacobson at 862-9747 or Betty
Weeden at 682-7848.
EATING DISORDER SUP-
PORT GROUP (ANAD) meets
each Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
Fort Walton Beach Creative
Senior Center, 31 Memorial
Parkway SW. Nationally affiliat-
ed; local advisory board. Call
796-3277 for information.
WEIGHT WATCHERS
meets every Thursday at the
First United Methodist Church,
599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview.
Room 212. Registration and
weigh in begins at 5 p.m.,
meeting follows.
LUPUS SUPPORT NET-
WORK meetings are held on
the third Saturday of every
month at the Crestview Public
Library in the Conference
Room.
These support groups are
sponsored and conducted by
Lupus Support Network. There
is no charge for the meetings
and everyone is welcome.
For more information please
call Lupus Support Network at
800-458-8211.
SENIOR CIRCLE ACTIVI-
TIES: To register and make
reservations for all events,
please call 689-8409. The SC
classroom is at 127 E.
Redstone Avenue in Crestview.
Exercise classes Stretch,
Flex & Tone aerobics every
Monday at 9 a.m. in the SC
classroom, at a cost of $10 per
month. Line Dancing every
Tuesday in the SC Classroom
at 9 a.m., $10 per month.
Water aerobics every
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m: at
Crestview Physical Therapy,
557 Brookemeade ,,Drive,
Crestview. Cost of $2,50 per:
class or $10 a month.
HOLT FIRE DISTRICT


BOARD OF COMMISSION-
ERS holds their regular sched-
uled meetings every third
Thursday of the month at 490
W. Hwy 90, Holt, in the commu-
nity building at 6:30 p.m. The
public is encouraged to attend.
HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
holds its regular training meet-
ing the second and fourth
Thursday from 7 p.m. at the
fire station located at 490 W.
Hwy 90 in Holt. Persons inter-
ested in joining the department
are welcome to attend.

SOCIAL
DOGWOOD GARDEN
CLUB meets the 1st Monday of
each month from September
through May at 7:00 p.m. at dif-
ferent members' homes. For
more information please call
682-2691 or 682-3639.
The GOLD WING ROAD
RIDERS ASSOCIATION
(GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0,
meets at the Ryan's steak-
house on North Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview, across from Wal-
Mart. Every third Saturday
morning for breakfast at 8 a.m.
and business at 9 a.m.
Dedicated to the group motto
"Friends for fun, safety, and
knowledge," members enjoy
the freedom of belonging to a
nonprofit, nonreligious, and
nonpolitical organization.
There are over 80,000 mem-
bers worldwide, and all motor-
cycles and owners are wel-
come to join. For information,
call Wes Davis at 892-0318 or
Jack Birge at 682-3650.
WESTERN GATE CHAP-
TER, FLORIDA TRAIL ASSO-
CIATION: For more details on
any events, visit the group's
web site at http://westgate.flori-
datrail.org or call 850-932-
5469.
Third Thursday meetings
are held at 7 p.m. at First
Christian Church located at the
corner of Langley and
Goodrich Avenues, Pensacola.
Saturday, Qctober 14, 2006
at 9:00 a.m. Volunteers needed
by the Western Gate Chapter
of the Florida Trail Association
for a work hike in the
Blackwater River State Forest.
RSVP to leader at (850) 932-
0125.
0 .PENSA 9 ilypLKS-
IMARCH CLUB. Walking &
Social. ,Club,..Mqetings&, take
place at 7:00 p.m. every third
Tuesday of the month at


Founaris Brothers Restaurant.
Visitors welcome. Details: 474-
9012 or on the web site at
www.angelfire.com/trek/pen-
sacolafl/.
HAPPY HOMEMAKERS
HCE CLUB is one of the oldest
volunteer groups in the U.S.,
although the name has
changed from "Extension
Homemakers." Home and
Community Education mem-
bers are volunteers in the
Family & Consumer Sciences
program of the UF/IFAS
Extension program in Okaloosa
County. Helping Florida fami-
lies meet the practical chal-
lenges of daily life remains one
of the goals of the organization.
Members enjoy educational
programs, community service
work, leisure arts, and fellow-
ship. They are also involved at
the county, district, and state
level. Meetings are available to
all persons without regard to
race, color, sex, age, handicap,
religion, or national origin. For
more information call Nita at
682-3118.
The SONS OF CONFED-
ERATE VETERANS hold
meetings at Sonny's in
Crestview. The public may
attend. Call Jack Bonham at
862-3891 for information.
The next meeting will be
October 9th with dinner at 6:00
p.m. and the meeting to follow.
The SONS OF AMERICAN
REVOLUTION holds meetings
at Neighboehood Cafe in Mary
Esther. The public is invited to
attend. For more information
call John Cahoon at 862-5078.
The next meeting will be
October 14th at 8:00 a.m.
The MOMS CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW: The MOMS Club


Cancer survivors of Okaloosa and Walton Counties are invited to attend Cancer
Survivors Day: A Celebration of Life, providing lunch, fellowship, and entertainment by
h o ds Cheryl Jones of Jones & Company and the Okaloosa Walton College's Jazz Band.
Crestview Cancer Center/21st Century Oncology
THE Place to Watch the Game! 601 Redstone Avenue, Crestview
For more information, call 683-0003

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is an international non-profit
support group for at-home
mothers, including those who
have home-based businesses
or who work part-time but are
home with their children during
the day.
The MOMS Club of
Crestview has monthly meet-
ings with speakers and discus-
sions, park playdays, holiday
family outings, outings for
mothers and their children, and
activity groups like playgroups,
cooking club, a monthly MOMS
Night Out, and babysitting
coops. They also do service
projects for the needy. The
monthly meetings are held
every third Friday of the month
at the Epiphany Episcopal
Church, 424 Garden St.,
Crestview at 9:30 a.m. The
meeting is open to mothers of
all ages that are residents of
Crestview. Please contact
Membership Vice President
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.
MOMS OF MANY SEA-
SONS is a group for moms of
all ages. The meetings are on
the second Tuesday of each
month at the First Baptist
Church Fellowship Hall across
from the Crestview


Courthouse.
For more information con-
tact Penny Byrd at 682-2544.
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 meet-
ing 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
bi11358@earthlink.net or at 537-
8341.
BLOSSOM GARDEN
CLUB You may call Hilda Ard
(537-4642) or Amarene Griffith
(537-3791) for more informa-
tion.
GENEALOGICAL SOCI-
ETY OF OKALOOSA COUN-
TY For more information, con-
tact Chuck Licari at 850-243-
6696.
SPANISH TRAIL CRUIS-
ERS has released their calen-
dar of events.
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.


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0 BUILDING PERMITS


City of Crestview permits
9/27: CW & Kathleen Ansley,
442 Williams Avenue, Crestview,
single family dwelling.
10/2: Brent Acree, 392 E
Chestnut Avenue, Crestview, sin-
gle family dwelling by Brent Acree
Construction.
10/3: Wayne L. Adams, 212
Raptor Drive, single family
dwelling by Adams Homes of
Northwest Florida. Lyman Miller,
138 Alicia Drive, single family
dwelling by Key Lime Homes.
Okaloosa County permits
9/27: James Cooper, 4703
Conner Drive, Crestview, plumb-
ing by homeowner. Patrick
Howantiz, 5882 Saratoga Drive,
irrigation by homeowner. *
Rodney and 'Sue Jones, 7007
Hernderson Road, Laurel Hill,
mechanical by Hilton's Heat. *
Westerheim Homes, 2201
Hagood Loop, Crestview,
mechanical by John Boutwell. *
Whitworth Builders, 3094 Border
Creek Road, Crestview, mechani-
cal by John Boutwell. Calvin and
Jennifer Johnson, 4580 Scarlet
Drive, Crestview, Mechanical by
American Res. T&L Shackleford,
6708 Hwy 85N, Laurel Hill, plumb-
ing and gas by Grandstaff
Plumbing & Gas. Richard and
Betty Rominger, 4715 Conner
Drive, Crestview, plumbing by
Everson Plumbing.
9/28: Kirby and Teresa
Boxberger, Bambi Road,
Crestview, mobile home and


plumbing by CJ's Mobile Home
Services. James Jr. and Deanna
Skinner, 4716 Connor Drive,
Crestview, plumbing by Everson
.Plumbing. Michael Singletary,
1000 Hwy C4A, Baker, mechani-
cal by Mack's Heating & A/C. *
Ronald Jr. and Donna Vlasic, 1271
Finkel Road, Baker, mechanical
by Mack's Heating & A/C.
Thomas and Tarya Miles, 2905
Shoffner Avenue, Crestview, sin-
gle family dwelling and plumbing
by homeowner. Clayton and
Tina White, 4574 Scarlet Drive,
Crestview, pool by Wilks Pools Inc.
* Darren and Jeri Faircloth, 5856
Calumet Court, Crestview, pool by
homeowner. David Youngblood
Jr., 1255 Youngblood Road,
Baker, single family dwelling by
Jim Robertson Homes. John
Mackin, 4604 Bobolink Way,
Crestview, electrical and mechani-
cal by Crestview Electric. *
Christopher Daggs, 6400 Silver
Street, Crestview, mechanical by
Artic Air & Controls. Kelly
Goshom, 5633 North Brook Drive,
Crestview, mechanical by
Anderson Heating &A/C. *Adams
Homes, 2399, 2398 and 2400
Barberee Drive, Crestview,
mechanical by Calvin's Heating &
NC.
9/29: Adam and Mae Lynn
Ziglar, 5188 Hwy 4, Baker, electri-
cal, mechanical, plumbing and
building addition by homeowner. *
Tonia Henderson, 1908 Cotton
Creek Road, Baker, gas by R&S
Gas Services. John Mackin,


4604 Bobolink Way, Crestview,
plumbing by Faith Mechanical. *
Thomas Curenton, 121 West
Walker Circle, Crestview, plumb-
ing by Faith Mechanical. Michael
and Madge Pickens, 518 Hwy
90N, Crestview, mechanical by
Ned C Stewart Mechanical.
Beena and Bhagwandath Majaraj,
5853 Calumet Court, pool and
electrical by homeowner. John
Jr. and Beverly Scott, 1040
Farmer Street, Crestview, fire
alarm by Alarms Unlimited. *
Henry and Deborah Whitley, 2667
Brodie Lane, Crestview, electrical
and mechanical by Crestview
Electric. William and Pearl
Wilson, 4650 Canary Way,
Crestview, plumbing by Skips
Plumbing & Repair. Ray
Maddox, 6507 Torrey Pines Trce,
Laurel Hill, plumbing by Skips
Plumbing & Repair. Ruthie Ann
Horton, 2896 Oakdale Street,
Crestview, electrical by homeown-
er. Okaloosa Community
Development Corp., 4646 Dove
Way, Crestview, single family
dwelling by Unlimited
Renovations. Westerheim
Homes, 2104 Cleo Lane,
Crestview, mechanical by John
Boutwell. Raybon Builders, 2969
McCarty Avenue, Crestview,
mechanical by Artic Air & Controls.
10/02: Billy and Judith Benson,
106 Wheeler Place, Crestview,
electrical by homeowner. Tew
Construction, 3087 Craig Ter,
Crestview, plumbing by Lee Byrd
Plumbing. Chessher
Construction, 6179 Jonquil Street,
Crestview, plumbing by Lee Byrd
Plumbing. Paul Sexton, 6346


Kilcrease Road, Baker, electrical
by homeowner. Ryan and Sarah
Thayer, 8399 Ludlam Road,
Laurel Hill, electrical by American
Electric Service. Carl
Caughman, 3184 Parkview
Avenue, electrical by homeowner.
10/03: Marion and Vanessa
Duckworth, 3323 Helms Farm
Road, Laurel Hill, electrical by
Allen A/C, Heating & Electric. *
OKLCO, 2148 Hagood Loop,
Crestview, plumbing by Always
Plumbing. Okaloosa Community
Development Corp., 4609 and
4611 Eagle Way, 4646 Dove Way,
and 4661 Bobolink Way,
Crestview, plumbing by A-1
,Plumbing. Steve and Michelle
Anderson, 6101 Garden City
Road, Crestview, home occupa-
tion. Harvest Life Church, 5978
Old Bethel Road, Crestview, elec-
trical by American Electric Service.
* Raybon Builders, Ella Garrett
Road, Baker, single family
dwelling by Raybon Builders; elec-
trical by Ates Electric. Raybon
Builders, 2969 McCarty Avenue,
Baker, electrical by Ates Electric. *
Sandra Cook, 4617 Summertime
Drive, Holt, electrical by Harrington
Electric. J McKinney and J
Whitley, 8162 Hwy 189N, Baker,
gas by Zachary's Gas Services. *
Jerry and Jennifer Wayer, 6101
Staff Road, Crestview, gas by
Zachary's Gas Services. Carolyn
and Marsha May, 1581 Vinson
Ray Road, Baker, mechanical and
electrical by Casey Electric. R&B
Construction, 2188, 2190, 2192,
2194, and 2196 Lake Silver Road,
Crestview, electrical by D B
Electric.


Kennedy and Cox to wed

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Amber Kennedy and Daniel Cox are planning their
upcoming wedding.

Amber Nicole Kennedy and Daniel Lee Cox are
announcing their wedding, which will be held Nov. 11 at
Victorious Life Church. A reception will follow at Shoal
River Country Club.
Amber is a 2003 graduate of Baker High School. She is
currently employed at AmSouth Bank of Crestview. She's
also a student at Okaloosa-Walton College.
Daniel is a 2001 graduate of Middleburg High School
in Jacksonville, Fla. and is training in the Army National
Guard.


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Nov. 19, 1925 Oct. 8, 2006
Clydie Bell Bulger passed
away Oct. 8, 2006 in Crestview,
Fla. She was born Nov. 19, 1925
in Coffee County, Ala. to Oscar
and Idella Simpler. She spent all
her childhood in South Alabama,
where she met her future hus-
band, J.D. Bulger Jr., and married
Nov. 27, 1942.
They moved to Escambia
Farms, Fla. in 1947, where they
made their home and raised their
three children: Sandra, Larry and
Deborah. They farmed as well as
operated J.D. Bulger General
Store from the late 1950's until
the early 1970's.
-- During- that time she al6s
6egan a career as a cosmetoli-
gist, owning and operating
Highland Beauty shop and
MiLady Hair Salon in Andalusia,
Ala. Then in 1974 she began the
final phase of her professional
career, owning and operating
Parkway Beauty College in Fort
Walton Beach, and Walker
Beauty Academy and Florida
University of Cosmetology in
Pensacola. Clydie retired in 1990.
During her many years as a
school owner and operator, she
influenced many lives. She was
known affectionately by her stu-
dents as "Ms. B." It was not
uncommon for her to open her
home to many of her students
who were experiencing a time of
need.
Clydie's career was very
important to her and required
many hours of hard work, but
her first priority was her chil-
dren, her grandchildren and
great-grandchildren. Ask anyone
that knows them, and they will
tell you she "spoiled them rot-
ten."
Clydie was a great cook,
loved entertaining her extended
family, and always looked for-
ward to a full house on holidays
and special occasions.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, J.D. Bulger Jr.;
brother, Robert Simpler; sisters,
Bertha Cauley and Lillie Vickery.
She is survived by her children,
Sandra Givens, Larry Bulger and
Deborah and husband David
Brown; grandchildren, John Hart


and Selena Alford, and her hus-
band Matt; great-grandchildren
Devin Hart, Dillon Alford and
Alex Alford. Also surviving is
her sister, Rosa Lee Mathews,
and many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were con-
ducted at 10 a.m. Thurs., Oct. 12
in the chapel of Brackney
Funeral Service. Burial followed
in Red Oak Cemetery in Florala,
Ala.
The family will receive
friends Wednesday from 5 p.m.
to 8 p.m. at the funeral Home.
Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, is in charge of
arrangements.

Billie C. (B.B.)BongO
''* 'm^b QoS9.7 t.1, 2006
Bili" C'. "BBoling, "age 69, of
Crestview, Fla., passed away Sat.,
Oct. 7, 2006. He was born Feb. 1,
1937 in Covington, County, Ala.
Mr. Boling was raised in Laurel
Hill, Fla. and was a lifelong resi-
dent of Okaloosa County. He
attended Life Tabernacle
Apostolic Church.
Survivors include his wife,
Mary F. Boling of Crestxiew; orte
son, Billie Boling Jr. and -ife
Trish of Washington; one datigh-
ter, Mary L. Kervin of Fort
Walton Beach, Fla.; one brother,
John Boling of Crestview; one
sister, Emma Jo Hillan of Milton,
Fla.; eight grandchildren, Travis
J. Pollard of Grand Prarie, Texas,
Misty C. Pollard of Fort Walton
Beach, Shawn McDuffie 'of
Crestview, Christen Peters of
Fort Walton Beach, Brandon
McDuffie of Grand Prarie,
Danny Munholland, Joseph
Munholland, and Nikki
Munholland; one great-grand-
child, Chad Ryan Miller of
Crestview.
Funeral services will be con-
ducted at 1 p.m. Wed., Oct. 11 in
the chapel of Brackney Funeral
Service with Reverends Shane
Chessor and Roland Jordan offi-
ciating. Burial will follow in Live
Oak Park Memorial Cemetery
'with military honors.
The family received friends
Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
the funeral home. Brackney
Funeral Service is in charge of
arrangements.


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Tori was born in Milton,
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Tori has been married for Tori Wyatt
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beautiful 9-year-old daughter named
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spending her free time with her family and
friends. She attended the CNA class at
Parthenon and up one completion of the class
became certified and has been employed at
our facility.
Tori stated what she likes most about her
job at PHC is taking care of her residents.
Tori enjoys talking to the residents and
putting a smile on their faces.
Parthenon Healthcare of Crestview staff
and residents want to thank Tori for her hard
work and dedication to PHC.


Resident of the
Month
PHC is pleased to
announce that John
McLaughlin has been
selected as their Resident
of the Month for October
2006.
John was born in John
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1930. Mr. McLaughlin has been married to
Croleen for 45 years, who was a nurse, and
they have 5 children,
In the past, John enjoyed going hunting
and fishing. John enjoys strolling the halls r
and socializing with the residents and staff at
PHC. He brings a lot of smiles to everyone
he meets. John states that his joy comes from:
his strong personal relationship with the
Lord.
John is a joy to the PHC staff.
Congratulations for being selected as the
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Crestview resident recognized as extensive
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business, a direct seller of accessories,
home-decorating accents. designed
"I am so excited to join the with family in mind.
AtHome America family as a "All of AtHome America's
HomeStyle Specialist," said products represent the heart
Strawter. "It is a business of the family-the home,"
hat will support my family's said Strawter. "It is a won-
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Okaloosa Gas District offers free furnace
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take advantage of discounted "We want to ensure that our
gas appliance inspections senior customers have safe
during this period. The full operating heating equipment.
inspection which checks all It provides peace of mind for
natural gas appliances in the the customer and for us."
home and also provides a car- Okaloosa Gas. customers
bon monoxide test usually who are 65 and older can call
costs $45, but is available to 729-4700 to schedule the free
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BUSINESS



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LUNCH SPECIAL


Since 1982, Ed Overstreet has
provided area residents with qual-
ity insurance at competitive, trust-
worthy rates.
Overstreet is -- ~-~
an agent at
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offers al types of
property and
casualty insur-
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including auto
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ance, renters insurance and com-
mercial insurance.
Located at 887 S. Ferdon Blvd.,
the company's hours are 8 a.m. to
5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
His office has more than 40
years of combined insurance expe-
rience, and is entering a second-
generation era providing for the
insurance needs ofi north Okaloosa
County residents.


"Competitively priced, individ-
ual service is what we specialize
in," says Overstreet, who is a life-
time Okaloosa
County resident.
His oldest son,
." Adrian, joined
his team in 1999.
Last year, Daniel
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i,.' -"Service is our
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for our cus-
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expanding his office near First
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Tide fans are
seeing red
Page 2B

Johnson enjoys
Charlotte track
Page 4B


PORT


Volleyball

Middle school teams
conclude season

Page 6B


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NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Today
Middle school cross country
Destin Invitational, 4 p.m.
Thursday
Volleyball
Crestview at South Walton, 6 p.m.
Baker at Laurel Hill, 6 p.m.
Cross country
Laurel Hill" t Baker, 3:30 p.m.
Junlor,,varslty football
Crestview at Fort Walton Beach,
4:30 p.m.
Northview at Baker, 6 p.m.
Middle school football
Richbourg 'vs. Davidson, 6 p.m. at
Crestview High School
Friday
Football
Fort Walton Beach at Crestview,
7:30 p.m. (WAAZ-FM 10417)

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

Thomhave golf
The Christian Thomhave
Memorial Golf Tournament
will take place Friday at
Foxwood Country Club. The
tournament benefits a schol-
arship fund at Okaloosa-
Walton College. Shotgun
start at 1 p.m. Format is two-
person Florida Lowball pre-
flighted according to handi-
cap or playing ability. Prizes
in each flight. Entry fee is
$44 for each golfer ($34 for
Foxwood members). For
more information, call (850)
682-2012.or (850) 826-2012.

Chamber golf
The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce pres-
ents the annual Hackers
Holiday Golf Tournamenl on
Oct. 21, .sponsored by North
Okaloosa Medical Center.
Shotgun start is at 9 a.m. at
Foxwood Country Club. Gold
($500), Silver ($300) and
Hole Sign ($100) sponsor-
ships are.. available. Single
player entry fee is $65.
Registration deadline is noon
on Oct. 18. Contact the
Chamber at (850) 682-3212
for details.

Martial arts
The Hub City
Championships invitational
martial arts tournament will
be he(d 02t. 21 at Davidson
Middle School. The tourna-
mtent is hosted by Gordon
Martial Arts of Crestview. For
details, visit the tournament
Web site at http://www.gor-
donmartialarts.com/tourna-
ment/index.html.

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.

11U baseball
The 11U Florida Heat
travel baseball team is look-
ing for a second baseman, a
center fielder and a power
pitcher. If you are interested
in playing with one of the top
travel baseball teams in the
panhandle, call (850) 499-
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Laurel Hill set for district tourney E


Hoboes peaking

at the right time
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

LAUREL HILL Laurel
Hill's volleyball uniforms
include white socks with the
word "volleyball" stitched all
over them in blue lettering.
Fittingly, the Hoboes have
socked it to many of their
opponents down the stretch
this season.


-- Volleyball -
LHS (8-11 after a win
against Opp on Senior Night
on Monday) found its groove
just in time for the most
important part of the season.
The Hoboes tied for first
place in the District 1-1A
standings. They will enter
the district tournament as the
No. 1 seed and as the defend-
ing champion.
"We're getting better
every day," Hoboes sopho-
more Katie Free said.
"Everyone is moving their


District 1-5A (Crestvlew)
Oct. 16, 17 and 19 at Tate
District 1-2A (Baker)
Oct. 17 and 19 at Freeport
District 1-1A (Laurel Hill)
Oct. 17 and 19 at Laurel Hill

feet a lot better and commu-
nicating."
LHS started this season
with most of its top hitters
back from its 2005 district
championship team, but
without an experienced set-


ter. The Hoboes also needed
to gain experience with a reg-
ular lineup that sometimes
includes five sophomores
and freshmen.
Jami Sheets volunteered to
help fill the opening at setter
after watching recent LHS
graduate Mary Smith earn
All-State honors at the posi-
tion last year.
"She always looked like
she enjoyed it, and I thought
it would be a lot of fun,"
Sheets said.
See SET, page 6B


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Laurel Hill setter Jami Sheets
tips a ball over the net.

Golf


Three


Dawgs


advance

CHS fourth at

the district meet
Special to the News Bulletin

PANAMA CITY The
names changed, but the
results stayed eerily the
same.
Crestview's girls golf
team finished fourth at the
District 2-2A meet Monday
at Bay Dunes. The Dawgs
finished one spot shy of a
team trip to next week's
regional-just like last year.
Crestview did claim all
three individual regional
berths just like last year.
Vickie Schirg, Sam Walden
and Judy Smith will play in
the Region 1-2A meet Oct.
17 at Fernandina Beach.
Two CHS golfers went
head to head in a playoff to
determine the final region-
al qualifier just like last
year. Smith edged team-
mate Michelle Gartman in
a three-hole playoff.
Niceville won the team
title just like last year.
The Eagles shot a 342 to
edge Leon by three strokes.
Chiles claimed the final
regional berth. Crestview
See THREE, page 6B


Crestview adds a

new dimension

to its offense
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Crestview's football team
already gave opponents
plenty to worrx about with
its power running game at
the start of the 2006 season.
The Dawgs presented
their foes with a whole new
set of concerns when they
unleashed an efficient short
passing game in their htwo
biggest games of the year.
Class 4A No. 10 Crestview
(6-0, 1-0) hopes to have all of
its offensive options clicking
when its hosts Fort Walton
Beach on Friday in a District
2-4A contest.
The Bulldogs' offensive
line and running game
overpowered the Vikings
when Crestview won 17-7
at Fort' Walton Beach last
year. The Vikings now have
to deal with the same col-
lection of linemen and run-
ning backs, plus the Dawgs'
air show.
"You'll probably see more
passes this year than you've
ever seen at Crestview," sen-
ior receiver Rhys Polk said.
"We just execute and try to
get it done."


Ken Nelsern I ne News Bulleiln
Crestview senior wide receiver Kyle Harrington (left) makes a move after catching a pass dur-
ing the Bulldogs' Kickoff Classic against Niceville. on Aug. 18.


Crestview turned to a
short passing game to move
down the field for the
clinching touchdown dur-
ing its 21-3 at win then-
Class 4A No. 4 Pace on Sept.
15.-
The Dawgs used a similar
look to spread the field
against a bigger
Choctawhatchee team on


Fort Walton Beach (2-5)
at Crestview (6-0), 7:30 p.m.
See preview on Page 5B

Sept. 29 during a 31-7 victory
in the district opener.
"We're just taking advan-
tage of what they've given


us," Crestview coach Matt
Brunson said. "In those situa-
tions, the defenses were play-
ing not to get beat deep and
giving us the underneath.
"It makes defenses have to
defend the whole field. And
being able to throw has defi-
nitely helped the running

See PASSING, page 5B


Former players now coaches in rivalry game


Todd, Moore assist

at former schools
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Davidson Middle School
football coach Dexter Day
and Richbourg counterpart
Chris Sweatt coached Blake
Moore and Randall Todd in
the local middle school
sports programs not long
ago.
Moore and Todd will
coach alongside Day and


- Middle schools -


Sweatt, respectively, when
the Roadrunners (5-2) and
Panthers (3-4) meet
Thursday to wrap up the
middle school football sea-
son.
Moore played on the first
two Davidson football teams
when the school opened in
the late 1990s. He is in his
first season on the Panther
coaching staff.
Todd played at Richbourg
before going on to a stellar
career at Crestview High


PIUUKI: IUUU
School and at Bethel College.
He is in his second season as
a Roadrunner assistant.
"It makes me feel good to
see that," Day said. "I'm glad
to see them.
"I still like beating
Randall," Day added with a


Richbourg (5-2) vs.
Davidson (3-4), 6 p.m. at
Crestview High School

wink. "But it makes me feel
good to see them."
Todd said he first thought
about someday pursuing a
coaching career during his
middle school days at
Richbourg. Todd lists Day
- then a Roadrunner coach
- as one of his coaching
role models.


He joined the Richbourg
staff as a science teacher and
assistant football coach last
year. Sweatt credits Todd for
the Roadrunner players'
progress in the weight room
over the past year work
that helped Richbourg
achieve its first winning sea-
son in years this fall.
"I push them pretty hard,
and I hope I bring some
things to the weight program
that Richbourg hadn't had
before," Todd said. "I hope
I've been able to help out."
See RIVALRY, page 5B


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
UPWARD YOUTH SPORTS:
Upward Basketball and Upward
Cheerleading registration is underway.
Register at the Church Office at Central
Baptist Church, 951 S. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview. For details, call (850) 682-
5525, or visit the church Web site at
www.centralcrestview.com.
Registration fee is $65 per child for bas-
ketball and $75 per child for cheerlead-
ing before Oct. 31. (An additional $10
will be charged after Oct. 31). Upward
Basketball at Central Baptist Church is
for boys and girls and is designed to
promote salvation, character and self-
esteem through the game of basketball.
SHERIFF'S GOLF TOURNEY:
The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Golf
Tournament will take place Oct. 27 at
Fort Walton Beach Municipal Golf
Course. Proceeds benefit the Florida
Sheriff's Youth Ranches. Shotgun start
at noon. Format is Florida Lowball
four person scramble. Registration
options are $400 for a Silver Sponsor
(registration for four golfers plus a hole
sponsorship) or $220 per team/$55 per
player. Entry fee includes cart, lunch
and refreshments. For details, call
(850) 609-3046 or (850) 651-7410.
TREE STAND: The Baker foot-
ball program will give away a tree
stand in a raffle drawing during the


Gators' final regular season home
game on Oct. 27. Tickets are $2, and
proceeds go to the Baker football pro-
gram. Tickets are available from any
Gator football player.
LITTLE LEAGUE: Crestview
Little League Baseball is excited to
announce that it will offer Fastpitch
Softball for the 2007 season. The
league is currently looking for experi-
enced coaches, managers and umpires.
For details, check the league Web site
at www.eteamz.com/crestviewll.
CITY HOOPS: The City of
Crestview Parks and Recreation youth
basketball league will feature a new "Pee
Wee" division for ages 5 and 6 this win-
ter. Registration for all divisions is tak-
ing place during the month of October at
Twin Hills Park. Registration cost'is $60
per player ($65 outside city limits).
There are seven possible divisions for
boys and girls between the ages of 5 and
15. For details, call (850) 682-4715 or
visit Twin Hills Park between 8 a.m.-5
p.m. on weekdays.
MARTIAL ARTS: The Hub City
Championships invitational martial arts
tournament will be held Oct. 21 at
Davidson Middle School. The tourna-
ment is hosted by Gordon Martial Arts
of Crestview. For details, visit the tour-
nament Web site at http://www.gordon-
martialarts.com/toumament/index.html.


Track returns to

action on Oct. 20
Special to the News Bulletin

HOLT Emerald Coast
Dragway has crowned its
points champions for the
2006 season.
Champions are Mark
White (Super Pro), Wilbur
Baxley (Footbrake), Patrick
Butler (Street) and Matthew
Chavers and Lucas
Thompson (Junior Dragster).
Emerald Coast Dragway
is dosed this weekend. The
track will return to action
next weekend. The facility


-- Auto racing -
will conduct regular Test &
Tune and Grudge Racing on
Oct. 20, along with a
Midnight Madness event for
Street Legals between 10
p.m.-midnight.
ECD will hold a "Two
Races in One Day" event on
Oct. 21, along with a Real
Street shootout. Prizes will
be awarded. Gates open at
10 a.m. Time trials start at 11
a.m. Races start at 1 p.m.
For details, contact the
tract at (850) 537-7223, or
visit the track Web site at
www.emeraldcoastdrag-
way.com.


CHS Homecomin Court 2006


Kent Buckner/The News Bulletin
Members of the Crestview High School 2006 Homecoming Court are
seniors Mary Andrews, Homecoming Queen Whitney Buckelew, Jessica Makowski, Jocelyn Shaud;
juniors Rebekah Fox, Shardai Harmon, Mary Masterson, Jade Rice,
sophomores, Jessica Davis, Dawn Holderfield, Sammy Masterson, Kayce Rodriquez;
freshmen Lalie Bowman, Jordan Brown, Lauren Estep, and Megan Gordon.


Ritz Food Store
880 Hwy 90 W
Crestview
(850) 682-8337


Danco Transmissions
861 W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview
(850) 689-8646


Casey Electric
225 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview
(850) 682-3037


Award Chevrolet
4150 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview
(850) 682-2731


First National Bank
of Crestview
301 N. Wilson St.
Crestview
(850) 682-5111


Whitehurst- Powell
Funeral Home
436 W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview
(850) 682-3052


Wise Equipment
1147 S. Ferdon Blvd
Crestview
(850) 682-3052


Phillip's Oil Company
808 Hwy 90 W
Crestview
(850) 682-5127


Foxwood Country Club
4927 Antioch Rd.
Crestview
(850) 682-2012


Respiratory Services of
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694 E James Lee Blvd.
Crestview
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Dr. Terrence Barnes
801 S. Pearl St.
Crestview
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Lewis & Co Jewlers
866 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview
(850) 682-3638

Factory Spec Collision
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Crestview
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Lee Pontiac
4300 S. Ferdon Blvd.
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CNB Florida High School Football POST Ratings

Below is a ranking of all of the high school football teams in Florida, based on a computer formula cre-
ated by News Bulletin Sports Editor Kyle Wright. A team's ranking is determined by evaluating how it would
perform against a hypothetical "average" team. The No. 1 team Trinity Catholic, would defeat an "average"
team by 40.614 points. The No. 511 team, Brevard Christian, would lose against an "average" team by 57.895
points. Teams with a ranking of "N/A" have not provided sufficient data to receive a rating.


No. Team Rating
1 Trinity Cath. (0) 40.614
2 Pahokee 38.448
3 MIa. NW 34.544
4 Immolakee 34.296
5 Bolles 31.813
6 Pine Casile Cnr 31 663
7 Lakeland 31.349
8 Clewlston 28 867
9 Glades Day 28.131
10 Glades Cenl 27353
11 Apopka 26.817
12 Edgewater 26.048
13 Moore 25.536
14 St. Thom. Aq. 25.464
15 Victory Chr. 25.395
18 Lafayette 24.735
17 Armwooa 24.635
18 Chaminace 24.301
19 Jefferson 24.204
20 F. Meade 24.163
21 Cocoa 23.798
22 Palm Bay 22.647
23 Dade Chr. 22.600
24 Homestead 22.568
25 Astronaut 22.520
26 Frostproof 22.492
27 Holy Trin. Esp 22.050
2.' Nease 21.533
2...Mla. S'ddge 21.378
30. S. Sumter 21.061T
31 Harmony 20.175
32 Royal Palm Bch. 20.028
33 CRESTVIEW 19.402
34 Plant 19.107
35 W jlnr. 1 0175

38' Hardea 16 778
39 Goaby 18489
40 PortSt Joe 18 344
41 FSU 17.972
42 Am. Heritage (DB) 17.854
43 N. Marion 17.677
44 Wash. (Mia.) 17.618
45 N. Ft. Myers 17.587
48 N. Fla. Chr. 17.532
47. Booker 17 52Z...
48. Mooney 17265
49 Wash (Pens) 17125
50 Cape Coral 17 007
51 Madison Co. 16.956
52 RIvervlew 16.925
53 Boyd And. 16.874
54 Pine Forest 16.710
55 Lake Brantley 16 1460
56 Hillsborough 16 429
57 Northview 16.279
58 SeaDreeze 16.278
59 Orange PaKn 16012
60 Eustls 15996
61 Atlantlc lDRI 15 742
62 Mandari-. 15738
63 Dwyer 15 67
64 W Bjca RaTi.n 15 587
65 Colurnoia 15 528
866 Ea Wnle 15.266
67 Warner Chr. 15.059
68 *Mia Killian 15024
69 Keystone His. 14861
70 Tampa Cath. 14.750
71 Tavares 14 516
72 Cypress Bay 14 496
73 Blountstown 14417
74 FirstAcad.10, 14 316
75 Lake Gibson 14 278
76. Wa ulla 14 029
77 Kathleen 13966
78 Gaillher 13 909
.79 Naples 13.853
80. Oviedo 13.810
81 Mainland 13.724
82 First Coast 13.607
83 S. Dade 13.389
84 Belen 13.337
85 E. Ridge 12.992
86: Episcopal 12967
87 Carroll 12,948
88 Riverview (S) 12.928
89 Cnadone 12.881
00 Northsale Chr. 12.833
91 N. Mla. Bch. 12598
92 Dr. Phillips 12.544
93 Sebastian RIv. 12.456
94 Keswick Chr. 12.418
95 Coconut Crk. 12.272
968 Trinity Prep 12259
97 ,Zepnymllls 12079
98..And Jackson 11889
9g8 'Flagler Pim. Cat 11889
.100 Largo 11.794
101 Bartram Tr. 11.730
102 Monarch 11.727
103 Deerfleld Bch. 11.690
104 Pensacola 11.617
105 Pens. Cath. 11 540
108 CypressLake .11.456
107 Jupiter Chr 11 395
108 Countryslce 11.388
109 Summit Cnr. 11.375
110 Eagle's View 11.170
111 Bradford 11.139
112 Winter Park 11.116
113 Ely 11.071
114 Palm Bch. Lks. 11.028
115 New Smyr Bch. 10889
116 Mar. Pace 10847
117 Gull 10.810
118 Wharton 10612
116 Catv. Chr (FL); 10.510
.120 Fleming It. .. 10.209
121 Hollywood His. 10.068
122 Pemb. Pines Chtr. 9.967
123 S. Fork 9.837
124 Lely 9.735
125 Ft. Myers 9.731
126 Merritt Is. 9.684
127 Winrer Haven 9,611
128 Fl Chr (FM) 9.603
129 Timber Crk. 9 527
130 Am Heritage ,PI) 9.521


No. Team Rating
131 Land O'Lakes 9.437
132 Gibbons 9.436
133 Palm Bch. Gdns. 9.409
134 Bartow 9.357
135 S. Lake 9.278
138 Bayscae 9.214
.137 Snyder '9.169,
138 MIa. Edison' 9083
.139 Marin Co. 8.990
140 Walton .8.937-
141 Chiles 8.878
142 Marianna 8.823
143 Varela 8.821
144 Gulliver Prep 8.819
145 Palmetto 8.537
,146 Leqsburg ,8.500.
147 Palatka ; 447
148'.E.lBay8, -t17. t ;
.-149 Mla. aN'ran ,42.
150 Osceol& (G .217
151 St. John Neu. 8.057
152 Sandalwood 8.016
153 Jefferson Co. 7.857
154 University (FL) 7.783
155 Sebrlng 7.758
1568'Ubertyo.-o, ,43.
157.-Coral G-( .4, :-i'.63l'

160 St.d Anidrew -' .: *r7.476
161 McCarthy 7.210
162 Manatee 7.117
163 Titusville 7.075
164 Baker Co. 7.065
165 Fla Cnr (M) 7000

168 Haines City ...706
169 Mia Central ,.., 683
170 Agape Crtistian 6.660
171 W. Nassau 6.556
172 Dunnellon 6.510
173 Bradenton Prep 6.372
174 Golden Gate 6.246
175 St. John Luth. 6.060
176 W. Oak$. .s 6.000
,177.Newoei... 9,..' 52.
178 Hawthortle b -. 5.929'
179 MIa. Jackson 5 885
180 E. Gadsden 5.750
181 Centennial 5.731
182 Ridgewood 5.701*
183 Villages 5.466
184 Pace 5.452
185 Navarre 5.313
186 Forrest 5.250
187. S. Plantation 5.210
188 qunedln 5.127
19 Dixie Co. 5.071
190 Palm Bch. CenL 5.005
191 Bay PoinT 4919
192 DeLand 4901
193 Englewood 4869
194 EScamola 4810
195 Kenny 4794
196 Dlllard -. 4.783,
197. LaSalle .722
198 Eastslde '-.-'4.651
199 Northeast SP) 4.921.
2QQO.Mddleto -_- =4.54
201 Avon Park 4 503
202 Vanguard 4 480
203 Columbus 4 448
204 Ocoee 4 395
205 Beievilew 4 290
206,.Raines ,, : .' 4.2621.
207Chilpley" -';: -:,U:Z4a.'
'08Srot 'r -,4:,201'.
209 St. Ed; .'- ,'1490,.P ,
-210oem..RnI .;' ,-+026."
211 Southeast 3.993
212 E. Lake 3.959
'213 Baldwin 3.952
214 Wlldwood 3.942
215 Fla, Air 3.863
216 Nonheapft OFR) .-742
'e217 Alonro:. ,'^j5' ;j44
218 King's Aoqd,: .'; ,3.476'
21 .Flanagan 3..'.. ,".3,417 .,
220Temnpiq Chr 3.398
221 Palm Harbor U 3 139
222 Bay 2.967
223 Jupiter 2.950
224 Okeechobee 2.901
225 Barron Collier 2.789
226 Mlhaerm'ar.. '-.- ""2.767,
227 Evans., .P'.i, .2.746,,
228 Marathorn.,- i'Y" 2.659
229 DeSoti 4 4 2~
280 Roblnad ':--' :.5677
231 Wesley Chpl. 2.422
232 Trinity Chr. (D) 2.409
233 Benjamin 2.381
234 Out-of-Door 2.263
235 Gainesvllle 2200
236 Lake.1Miir9". i"-, -,020
237 Nqture oa i ,, '; .80.
R38 lnd.; )l, ':." 1
23 .. ,,, | a :.-,: ,I,;B6o'-;
240: M i' 333
241 Mla. Carol City 1.800
242 Everglades 1.706
243 Rlckards 1.683
244 Hemando Chr. 1.642
245 Nlcevllle 1.583
240 LakObo 1.8
247 l0iK'Cle. ,' t-1,4'14
24All :,I '' 41. i :1tllB :
24BI.w0 fl||(lh 1 ,22g
"t0lMONdllht [. .0.721
261 Gulf Breeze 0.631
252 Cri, Spga, Chtr, 0,608
253 St. Pats Cathollc 0.497
254 Lakeland Chr. 0.493
266 Buchholz 0.480
258. MI, C try, .-, 0 456
257 Hillilrd 0.389
258WJ.L Leonard-' ":0.387
259 Clay : '0.310
260 W%'Orange 0.231


No. Team. Rating
261 Newsome 0.136
262 Lincoln 0.100
263 Pine Crest -0.078
264 Hollywood Chr. -0.079
265 Colonial -0.085
268 LaBelle -0.194
267-Suwannee -0 250
268 Ftl Pierce Cent.' -0.464
269 Boca Raton -0.617
'270 Western -0.647
271 Freedom (T) -0.721
272 Mia. McAthr. N. -0.828
273 Potter's House -0.860
274 Curley -1.091
275 Boone -1.099
,276 Ype.. ,. -1.160
'277llt.-Gm re -1.194.
.'278.P.K, Yonge -1.266 ,
;276.Laie Worth -1.278
*280M4lB'5Sunset,..- -1:338
281 Oak Hall -1.367
282 Upperroom Chr. -1.444
283 Winter Springs -1.496
284 Fla. Deaf -1.550
285 Ft. Walton Bch. -1.593
286Tarppn Spr, .....-1.616.
287.Lake Hlgh..Prep -1.656
288 Palmetto Rdge;. : -1.717-
289.St.. Joseph'. -:' -1.830 :
"290;fllvaeale -1.864
291 American -1.933
292 FAMU -1.952
293 Jesuit -1.959
294 Choctaw -1.970
295 Tern,. .. 4-

I dpcl-2 *2.472
298 Chamberlain ", .2.480 1
29-.Pasco.. -2.500.
299 Canterbury -2 500
301 Citrus -2.563
302 Fletcher -2.583
303 Mia. Palmetto -2.611
304 Clearwater CC -2.703
305 Cottondale -2.721
306 Plantation -2.867
307,Newmart. ,-.3.018
308 Sprindsteao '. 3.071
309 Masters 3.240
310 University (O) -3.389
311 Cocoa Bch. -3.429
312 Shorecrest -3.441
313 Coral Reef -3.444
314 N. Miami -3.536
315 1Halean -3639
316 W. Pnrt -3.694
317 Mater Acad. -3.700
318 King -3.755
'31 Freeport -3.770
320 Jay -3.917
321 Weaannicnka .3964
322 Munroe -4 058
323 Clearwaicr -4 116
324 S Miami .4 294
325 Dixle Holins .4 353
326 BAKER -4.363
327 Rockleage -4 472
328'Key West -4.482
329 Mariner -4.690
33OQS. Petersburg -4802..
331 Mitchrll -4.857
332 Park Vista -5 133
333 Lyman -5 222
334 LaKe Weir -5.310
335 Cambridge -5 466
336'.Lebn -5.486
337' Boynto Bch -5.494
r-338 pr. Krmo -5.690
.3399 entral -5.735
'840 Santa Fe'. -5.868
341 Braddock -6.000
342 Carrabelle -6.007
343 Tate -6.129
344 Jones -6.143
345 Space Coast -6.175
3486 Tylor Co. -6,349
-347 Ft. White -6.385
'348 Olympla -6.378
349.Lakewood Rch. -6.394
350 Lake Wales .-6.417.
351 Sneaas -6 524
352 Santaluces -6.744
353 Durant -6.779
354 Merritt Isl. Chr. -6.974
355 Douglas -7.090
350 Atlantic (PO) -7.127
357,,Piper -7.210
368 Celebration -7.382
S359 Robert E. Lee -7.500
380 University Chr. -7.773
361 Plant City -7.661
382 S. Ft. Myers -7.873
363 Dunbar -7.885
363 Port St. Lucle -7.885
365 Wellington .7 910
366 Umatllla -7.921
.;a7- Parcway -7.927
36 Holmes Co. -*8.078
369Veioe': -8222
.'370'Delfone : -8258
371 HIaleah-ML -8.306
372 Plnellas Park -8.349
373 Taylor -8.371
374 Aucllla Chr. -8.400
375 Hamilon Co -8.615
376, Port.,harltte -.840
37t-Provitenbe Chr -8.786
376 Coral i1ides .8.881
3719 Hemmndo" -8.901
380. Ranrom Ever. -9.003
381 Palmer Trnity -9.107
382 Ft. Pierce W'wd. -9.163
383 Ridge -9.345
384 John Paul II -9.484
385 Blake -9.694
386HIghland tr, 9.734
387 Bell :-9.762
388 Tampa Bapllt -9.919
389 Lake Howell -10.175
390 Forest .10.187


No, Team Rating
391 Wolfson -10.250
392 Mulberry -10.361
393 Union Co. -10.459
394 Broward Chr. -10.498
395 Crescent City -10.532
396 Matanzas -10664
397 Berkeley -10.795
398 CaIh. Chr. (Cn -10 808
399 Mia. Springs -10.833
400 Seminole (Se.) -10.873
401 Cent. Fla. Chr. -11.304
402 Gibbs -11.548
403 Orangewd. Chr. -11.819
404 Lake Region -11.857
405 Jensen Bch. -11.863
46, Gateway : -12.290
.407 IlMLaughlln -12.478
408:Llghihouse Cnr. -12.617
409,Adm.Farragut -12,848
4 '.iEstio; : .- -13032
411 Suncoast -13.244
412 Evangelical Chr. -13.306
413 Ft Lauderdale -13.405
414 Cr. Spgs. Chr. -13.421
415 Bayshore -13.445
41.,Gracevillee -13.512
-417,Eau Galle -.13.536
481.Provideneq. .14.017
.419 Cooper City. .14.019
420'Lehigh: .. -14.060
421 Goleman -14.063
422 Lake Placid -14.087
423 Ocala Christian -14.089
424 Taravella -14.107
25 J' 14 116

42 8'triatian '14 532
S.49 stall River -14.558
'430 Miami -14627
431 Femandina Bch. -14.667
432 N. Port -14.853
433 Branford -14.868
434 Bloomlngdale -15.147
435 N. Brwd. Prep -15.224
436. Melboume CC -15.413
.437.CyprepaQc -16.160
438 Olympic Ht; -16.7Q3
439 Vernon -16.746
440 SW Miami 17.~0
441 Ferguson -17.167
442 Middleburg -17.3 1
443 Gulf Coast -17.303
444 Aubumdale -17.435
445 Bronson -176E4
44..Branaon 4eo4
447 Trenton
448 MoArt ur
449 Bozeman
450 Santa Fe Cath -- 7
451 Pope JP II -1Q.153
452 Lal -18.37
453 S. Walton -' 6
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455 Lemon Bay -1&'rr5
456 Boca Raton Chr. '-'. 3
457 MIa. Cnnstlan.
458 All Slnts' ,
459 St. Cloud -*
460 Stanton
461 Sickles .19 2
462 Nova -1 9
463 Rlagevew -19,976
464 Coral Springs -1"l'78
465 Oak Riage -20.004
466-Paxon 8
467 Hudson
468 Chlefland 8
469 ,eq: Jenklns .* 3
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471 Spanish River -21:406
472 Bradenton Chr, -21.548
473 Pine Ridge -21.778
474 Panama City Chr: -22.350
475 Poinciana -22.541
476 Tampa Tech -22.690
477 First Acad.(L) -22.870
478 Freedom (0) -22.915
479 River Ridge -23.020
480 .'erot -23480
481 tastiand Cnr -23.600
482 Doral -23.847
483 Mt. Dora Bible -23.852
484 Hallandale -24.550
485 NW Chr. -24.833
486 Menendez -24.933
487. Father Lopez -25.496
488 Gateway Cntr. -25.993
489 Pompano Bch. -26.034
490 Rutherford .-28 056
491 Interlachen -26.810
492 Baker (CC) -26.837
493 Miami Beach -27.091
494 Shrdn. Hills Chr. -27.214
495 Mt. Dora -27.262
496 Calv. Chr. (OB) -28.373
497 SL-Johns 28.73
498 Mla. Coral Perk -29.636
499 Forest HI -" ,'-30.60b
500 West. Acad. -31.2868
501 W. Fla. -31.623
502 Moore Haven -31.6864
503 John Carroll -32.722
504 Foundation -32.830
505 Lecanto -32 857
506 Zion Lhli.h -34.229
607.Treasdre Coast -34,.34
508'Statllte -3.575
509 Shekinah Chr -37.218
510 LakeMary Prep -40.540
511 Brevard Chr. -57.895
Braden River N/A
North Lauderdale N/A

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Bulletin Sports Editor Kyle
'Wright. Local teams are listed: n
BOLD CAPS. Other teams of
local Interest are listed in bold.


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2006 SPORTS

Friday's local football matchups PASSING, from page 1 B


Crestview News Bulletin / PAGE 5B


Fort Walton Beach (2-5, 0-1)
at Crestview (6-0, 1-0)
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Last meeting: Crestview won 17-7 at Fort
Walton Beach last season.
Quick facts: District 2-4A matchup ...
Fort Walton Beach was the district runner-up
last season. ... The Vikings have made four
consecutive playoff appearances. ... Fort
Walton Beach has lost three straight, including
a 26-11 loss at Niceville last week. ... Three of
the Vikings' defeats are by
one score. ... Fort Walton
Beach averages 18.6 points,
and allows 19.6. ... Leading
rushers: LeKendrick Ingram
(524 yards and 74 carries, 2
-TDs), Markee King (438
yards on 50 carries, 5 TDs),
Sam Zelinskas (281 yards on
S.THRASH 72 carries, 3 TDs). ...
Leading passer: Sam
Zelinskas (43 of 83, 524 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs).
... Leading receivers: LeKendrick Ingram (11
catches for 204 yards, 2 TDs), Felton Payton
(12 catches for 160 yards, 1 TD). ... Leading
tackler: Matt Coffee. ... Crestview is the reign-
ing district champion. ... The Bulldogs can
clinch a spot in the FHSAA Class 4A playoffs
with a win and a Navarre victory against
Choctawhatchee. ... Crestview started the
week ranked No. 10 in the state Class 4A poll.
.. The Dawgs defeated
Holmes County 49-0 last
week. ... Crestview averages
33.7 points, and allows 3.8.
... The Dawgs have three
shutouts. ... Leading rushers:
Calvin Siler (386 yards on 50
carries, 7 TDs), Stephon
Thrash (259 yards on 34 car-
N. JOHNSON ries, 5 TDs), John Robinson
(22 yards on 47 carries, 5
TDs). ... Leading passer: Joe Thigpen (44 of
59, 674 yards, 4 TDs, 134.4 NFL passer rat-
ing). ... Leading receivers: Kyle Harrington (10
catches for 236 yards, 2 TDs), Shaun Cobb (8
catches for 128 yards, 1 TD), Rhys Polk (7
catches for 116 yards, 1 TD), Johnathan
Peacock (11 catches for 102 yards). ...
Leading tacklers: J.L. Thomason 52 tackles
(14 solos). ... Kyle Harrington 49 (20 solos),
Randy McKee 32 (8 solos), Nathan Johnson
30 (4 solos). ... J.L. Thomason and Randy
McKee have six sacks apiece. ... J.L.
Thomason has recovered three fumbles....
Tysean Thrash and James Amos have two
interceptions apiece. ... Nick Jewell has con-
verted 2 of 5 field goals and all 28 of his extra
point attempts.


Crestview coach Matt Brunson's keys
to the game: "We've got to win the line of
scrimmage and make the fewest mistakes. I
think it will be a hard-fought game. We're glad
that we're playing at home, and I think it will be
an exciting one for the fans to come out and
see."
If you go: Crestview High School's Jack
Foster Stadium is located at 1250 North
Ferdon Boulevard in Crestview.

Baker (5-2) is idle
Quick facts: Baker can clinch a spot in
the FHSAA Class 2B playoffs if Northview
defeats South Walton on Friday. ... The
Gators will host Graceville (2-2) next week.
... Baker lost 34-0 at North Florida Christian
last week. ... The loss snapped the Gators'
five-game winning streak. ... Baker averages
24.6 points, and allows 17.6. ... Leading
rushers: David Langston
(448 yards on 28 carries, 5
TDs), Caleb Jordan (360
yards on 53 yards, 4 TDs),
Billy Whatmough (265 yards t
on 62 carries, 2 TDs), ,
Cameron Domangue (244
yards on 43 carries, 6 TDs).
... Leading passer: Laine '
Barnhill (50 of 105, 646 C. JORDAN
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 (11 catches for
108 yards, 1 TD). ... Leading tacklers: Travis
Peoples 52 tackles (24 solos), Joe Smith 45
(17 solos), Matt Jordan 36 (15 solos)....
Braden Jenkins has 4.5 sacks and 10.5 tack-
les for loss. ... Ben Griffith has 2 sacks and 5
tackles for loss. ... Joe Smith has forced two
fumbles. ... The Gator defense has six inter-
ceptions. ... David Beck has made 15 of 17
extra point attempts and 1 of 2 field goals.
Baker coach Bob Kellogg's keys to
the week: "We're going to give them Monday
and Friday off to relax and recuperate.
They've been going every week since we
started in August, so this will give us a little
time to relax. We'll give them a look at
Graceville, but we're really focusing on our-
selves to try to continue to get better and
stay in shape. We'll stay brushed up on fun-
damentals and work on our specialty teams,
and throw the football a little bit and try not to
lose our edge. On Friday, we'll split up as a
staff and some of us will go to Northview
(Baker's opponent on Oct. 27) and some us
will go to Graceville. Both will be tough oppo-
nents and have a lot of athletes."


game. When you throw,
they've got to honor the pass,
and it opened up some holes."
Dawgs senior quarterback
Joe Thigpen has orchestrated
the passing game like a maes-
tro. Thigpen has completed 75
percent of his passes. He has
yet to throw an interception.
Thigpen boasts a quarter-
back rating of 134.4, according
to the NFL's passer rating for-
mula. Some perspective:
Peyton Manning of the
Indianapolis Colts holds the
all-time NFL single season
passer rating record at 121.1.
"Joe has a lot to do with it,"
Polk said. "We've got a great
line and a lot of receivers to
throw to. We go out there every
game and try to show what we
were working on all summer."
The Dawgs' pack of
receivers has done its part.
Kyle Harrington, Shaun Cobb,
Johnathan Peacock and Polk
have combined for 28 catches,
582 receiving yards and four
touchdowns.
How much respect do
opponents have for
Crestview's receivers:
Harrington ran a 10-yard
comeback route early in the
Choctawhatchee game. The
Indian defender retreated 20
yards before coming back to
try to make a tackle.


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Ed Lowe of Crestview Paint & Body and Crestview football
coach Matt Brunson (right) honor the "Hometown
Touchdown Players of the Game" from the Dawgs' 49-0 vic-
tory against Holmes County on Oct. 6. Calvin Siler (left) ran
for 106 yards on four carries and scored two TDs. Bobby
English returned an interception for a score and also record-
ed a sack. Crestview Paint & Body, Inc. will be donating $250
to a scholarship fund after every CHS football 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're all able to get the
first down when we need it,"
Peacock said. "That's what
our mission is."
The mission for Friday:
Improve to 2-0 in the district


and extend the program's best
start since Crestview's run to
the 2002 Class 3A state finals.
"This is going to be a tough
game," Polk said. "Emotions
will be flying."


RIVALRY, from page 1 B


Todd, Day and Sweatt all
agree Todd made the right
choice to pursue a football
career over a baseball career.
All three told the story of how
Todd uncorked a throw from
left field that sailed over the
backstop at the RMS diamond.
"He didn't know where
the ball was going in base-
ball," Day said. "But he was a
good, hard-nosed football
player."
Day remembers Moore as
part of a hard-nosed group


that formed Davidson's first
two teams.
"The y., ere a scrappy
bunch," Day.,,id. "They didn't
give up. They didn't give in.
They didn't let down. And that
was part of the group that went
to state (at Crestview High
School in 2002)."
Moore played two seasons
at Mississippi College. He
now is wrapping up his
degree in exercise physiology
at the University of West
Florida.


The coaching bug bit
Moore last year. Day gave his
former player a chance to
work with the defensive ends
and offensive line.
"I think (former players
coaching) helps the communi-
ty a lot, and it helps Coach Day
to see he affected his players in
a positive way," Moore said.
"When we come back, maybe
we can give the players some-
thing and make them want to
come back and give to the
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Middle school volleyball


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11,2006


@ Bulletin! Board


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Davidson's Elizabeth Bass (4) passes as Hannah Day (1) and
Alicia Dukes look on during the Panthers' match at Richbourg
on Oct. 4. The match was the season finale for both teams.



Season finale a



fight to the finish


Davidson rallies

past Richbourg


Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Richbourg threw down a
challenge.
Davidson dug deep for
an answer.
Crestview's middle
school volleyball programs
concluded their seasons,
with a .good-to-the-last-
bump match Oct. 4 at
Richbourg.
The Roadrunners rallied
to win Game 1, but the
Panthers prevailed in three
'games.
Final score:,24-26, 25-7,
15-10.
"The first game we
played loose and had some
plays go the other way,"
Davidson coach James
Kerrell said. "The second
game they really stepped up
and showed a lot a charac-
.ter, and it carried on to the
third game."
.Davidson held a 24-21
lead in Game 1, but
Richbourg won the next
five points to swipe the
game.
The Panthers answered
with some strong serving
in Game 2 to even the
match.
The Roadrunners took
the early lead in the decisive
third game. Davidson
answered quickly and main-
tained the lead the rest of
the way.
The Panthers finished
with a 7-3 mark, including a
four-match winning streak
to conclude the season.
"We learned to relax and
have fun playing volley-
ball." Kerrell said. "It's a


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Richbourg's Amber Lancia
winds up to hit a serve.
fun game, and the girls
learned to not take them-
selves so seriously and to
get out and play and do
what they already know
how to do."
Richbourg finished 3-7,
but coach Allison Whited
said the Roadrunners got
better every time they took
the floor. The season finale
against Davidson offered
proof of progress. The
Panthers swept Richbourg
in the season opener for
both teams.
"Each game, I saw
improvement, and that was
a plus," Whited said.
"I hope the eighth-
graders keep their heads
up, and approach the high
school program and try to
be successful up there. And
I hope the young ones work
on their skills in the offsea-
son, because it's not a one-
time sport. You have to
work on it in the offseason,
too."


M IId' ovIIe h llb s IeIason inreview


-- Davidson-

Varsity /-.
roster f
No. Name --
1 Hannah Day '
2 Micaela Smith
3 Sara Cadenhead
4 Elizabeth Bass
5 Sara White
7 Shelby Gainer
8 Kara Home
9 Holly Stanford
10 Sara Hamilton
11 Bea Hansford
12 Hannah Hamiton
13 Andrea Harland
14 Jacey Sanders
15 Caitlyn Pawlak
16 Alicia Dukes
17 Morgan Goshom
Coach James Kerrell


Schedule
Date Opponent
Aug. 30 Richbourg
Sept. 6 at Lewis
Sept 11 ,Destin
Sept. 13 at Liza Jackson
Sept. 1,8 Meigs
Sept:.20 at Ruckel
Sept. 25 Pryor
Sept. 27 at St Mary
Oct. 2 Bruner
Oct. 4 at Richbourg


Result
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
W


- Richbourg-

Varsity
roster
No. Name '
1 Jennifer Ellis
2 Tanya Ketis
3 Megan Warman
4 Marley Galvan
5 Amber Lancia
6 Kersten Lindberg
7 Sydney Pinkert
9 Jessie Oglesby
10 Autumn Tolar
11 Ally Pavlicek
12 Jessica Phillips
13 Jenn Williams
14 Katarina Sykes
15 Emily Walker
Coaches Allison Whited, Andrea Tew


Schedule
Date Opponent
Aug. 30 at Davidson
Sept. 6 Destin
Sept. 11 at Liza Jackson
Sept. 13 Meigs
Sept. 18 at Ruckel
Sept. 20 Pryor
Sept. 25 at St. Mary
Sept. 27 Bruner
Oct. 2 at Lewis
Oct. 4 Davidson


Result
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
L


HIGH SCHOOLS
FOOTBALL
District standings
District 2-4A
District All
Team W-L W-L
Crestview 1-0 6-0
Navarre 1-0 4-2
Fort Walton Beach 0-1 2-5
Choctawhatchee 0-1 1-6
Oct. 6
Crestvlew 49, Holmes County 0
John Curtis (La.) 41, Choctaw 3
Niceville 26, Fort Walton Beach 11
Oct. 13
Fort Walton Beach at Crestvlew, 7:30
p.m.
Navarre at Choctawhatchee, 7:30 p.m.
District 1-2B
District All
Team W-L W-L
Baker 1-0 5-2
Northview 0-0 7-0
South Walton 0-1 1-6
Oct. 6
N. Florida Christian 34, Baker 0
Northview 41, John Paul II Catholic
(Tallahassee) 0
Walton 47, South Walton 7
Oct. 13
Northview at South Walton, 7 p.m.
VOLLEYBALL
Oct. 3
Crestvlew 3, South Walton 1
South Walton 9 25 11 17
Crestview 25 23 25 25
Crestvlew statistics Kills: Jamla
Akins 7, Nicole Lovering 7, Jessica Long 6,
Heather Waters 4. Digs: Jamia Akins 9,
Whitney Buckelew 6, Courtney Halnes 4.
Assists: Amy Katzman 11, Sarah Smith 5.
Blocks: Jessica Long 4. Aces: Brittany
Zellars 7.
Baker 3, East Hill 0
East Hill 5 10 7
Baker 25 25 25
Baker statistics Kills: Kendria Young
9, Apryl Crawford 8, Preslee Maki 7,
Chelsea Combest 5. Blocks: Apryl Crawford
5. Preslee Maki 3. Aces: Preslee Maki 8,
Chelsea Combest 4. Assists: Chelsea
Combest 16, Kendria Young 14.
Rocky Bayou 3, Laurel Hill 0
Rocky Bayou 25 25 25
Laurel Hill 21 18 16
Laurel Hill statistics Kills: Katie
Free 16. Digs: Amanda King 10, Katie Free
7. Blocks: Katie Free 3. Aces: Amanda King
3.
Oct. 5
Choctawhatchee 3, Crestview 1
Crestview 25 25 15 27
Choctaw 20 27 25 29
Crestview statistics Kills: Courtney
Haines 13, Jessica Long 10, Jamia Akins 7.
Blocks: Jessica Long 6. Digs: Jamla Akins 8,
Courtney Haines 7, Kelly Balcerak 5.
Assists: Amy Katzman 24.
Laurel Hill 3, East Hill 0
Laurel Hill 25 25 25
East Hill 17 12 14
Laurel Hill statistics Kills: Katie
Free 17. Digs: Katie Free 4. Aces: Katie Free
3.
Oct. 7
Tate Tournament
Crestview def. Pensacola
Crestview def. Escambia
..rs tvlew defPine Forest
.~Bensacola Gatioliq def- Crestview
Baker 2, West Florida Tech 0
SBaker 2, Faith Academy 0
Baker 2, Tate 0
Washington 2, Baker 0
Baker 2, West Florida Tech 0
Baker 25 25
West Florida Tech 22 18
Baker statistics Kills: Preslee Maki
6, Apryl Crawford 4, Kendria Young 3,
Chelsea Combest 2. Blocks: Preslee Maki 2.
Assists: Kendria Young 10, Chelsea
Combest 8. Digs: Sydney Boutwell 7.
0
Baker 2, Faith Academy 0.
Baker 25 25
Faith Academy 19 18
Baker statistics Kills: Chelsea
Combest 6, Kendria Young 5, Preslee Maki
2. Blocks: Preslee Maki 6, Apryl Crawford 3.


--Crestview-

Volleyball
Crestview (8-
11,2-8) wrapped
up its District 1-
5A schedule with
a tough four-game loss at
Choctawhatchee on Oct. 5.
Two of the four games
went beyond the 25 point
mark.
"The girls played amaz-
ing," CHS coach Nicki Batson
said. "They played their
hearts out and showed the
way they were capable of
playing."
The Dawgs went 3-1 on
Oct. 7 during a tournament at
Tate. Crestview defeated
Escambia, Pensacola and
Pine Forest before falling
against pool winner
Pensacola Catholic.
CHS started its week with
a four-game "win against
South Walton on Oct. 3.
Crestview concludes the reg-
ular season Thursday at
South Walton.

Cross country
A pair of youngsters con-
tinued their impressive sea-
sons Oct. 7 during the
Rutherford Rams Invitational
Freshman Lauren Day
placed fifth in the girls race
with a time of 21:01.
Freshman Jacob Gourlie
helped the CHS boys finish
fourth in the team standings
by taking 10th place in 18:29.
Sabrina King also finished
in the top 10 in the girls race,
but Crestview did not have
enough runners to field a full
team.
Joe Doyle backed up
Gourlie in the boys race with a
13th place finish.


Kyle WrightThe News Bulletin
Crestview's Jeremy McLaughlin watches his chip on the
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Crestview's Jeremy McLaughlin watches his chip on the
18th green during the boys county golf meet Oct. 5 at
Indian Bayou. The Dawgs competed in the District 2-2A
boys tournament late Tuesday at Eglin Golf Course.


Digs: Sydney Boutwell 8, Whitney Boutwell
5, Chelsea Combest 3. Assists: Kendria
Young 11, Chelsea Combest 8.
Baker 2, Tate 0
Baker 25 25
Tate 23 14
Baker statistics Kills: Kendria
Young 6, Chelsea Combest 5, Preslee
Maki 2, Kali Flanders 2, Whitney Boutwell
2. Blocks: Preslee Maki 5. Digs: Sydney
Boutwell 6, Whitney Boutwell 4, Kali
Flanders 4, Kendria Young 3, Chelsea
Combest 3. Assists: Chelsea Combest 12,
Kendria Young 9.
Washington 2, Baker 0
Baker 23 15
Washington 25 25
Baker statistics Kills: Preslee Maki
6, Kendria Young 4, Chelsea Combest 4,
Apryl Crawford 2. Blocks: Preslee Maki 2.
Assists: Chelsea Combest 9, Kendria Young
8. Digs: Sydney Boutwell 4, Kendria Young

Oct. 9
Laurel Hill 3, Opp (Ala.) 0
Opp 17 22 24
Laurel Hill 25 25 26
Laurel Hill statistics Kills: Katie
Free 13, Rianna Flowers 4. Aces: Katie Free
7, Amanda King 4. Digs: Katie Free 6,
Rianna Flowers 4, Amanda King 4. Assists:
Amanda King 3.
District standings
District 1-5A
Team W L
Nlceville 10 0
Fort Walton Beach 8 2
Choctawhatchee 6 4
Tate 3 7
Crestview 2 8
Pace 1 9


-- Baker-

Volleyball
The Class
2A No. 4 Gators
went 3-1 during w
a tournament at
Tate on Oct. 7.
Baker (21-2, 6-0) swept
West Florida Tech, Faith
Academy and the host
Aggies in best two-of-three
matches. The Gators fell in
two games against eventual
tournament champion
Washington.
Baker started its week
with a sweep victory against
East Hill on Oct. 3. The
Gators clinched the No. 1
seed for next week's District
1-2A tournament with a forfeit
victory against Freeport on
Oct. 5.

Cross country
Baker junior Chad Lawhon
won his fifth race in five tries
this fall with a first place finish
in a meet Oct. 5 at Paxton.
Lawhon completed the
course in 18:13.
Ned Babbitt finished ninth
in 20:26 to help the Gators
finish second behind Walton
in the team standings.
Baker will host a multi-
team meet Thursday on the
school grounds. The race will
start at 3:30 p.m.

- Laurel Hill-

Cross
country
The Hoboes
finished fourth
in a multi-team meet Oct. 5 at
Paxton.
AJ Whitten led LHS with a
top-11 finish. Whitten com-
pleted the course in 20:56.


District 1-2A


Team
Baker
Freeport
Pensacota Christian
Jay
Distrl
Team
Laurel Hill
Central
Rocky Bayou
East Hill


lot 1-1A


W L
6 0
4 2
2 4
0 6
W L
4 2
4 2
4 2
0 6


GIRLS GOLF
Oct. 3
Nicevllle 169, Crestview 189,
Choctawhatchee Incomplete
(At Adara Golf Club)
Crestvlew Vicki Schirg 41, Sam
Walden 45, Judy Smith 48, Mary Masterson
55.
Oct. 9
District 2,2A 16 M .
(Ar Bay Duribs)f" *I
Team score.
Niceville 342, Leon 345, Chiles 365,
Crestview 375, Lincoln 447, Mosley 493,
Rutherford 591.
Crestview scores Vickle Schirg 83,
Sam Walden 96, Judy Smith 98, MIchelle
Gartman 98, Mary Masterson 105.
BOYS GOLF
Oct. 5
Okaloosa County Meet
(At Indian Bayou)
Team scores
Fort Walton Beach 301,
Choctawhatchee 320, Niceville 323,
Crestvlew 346, Rocky Bayou 356.
Crestview scores Mike Taylor 83,
Brad Speakman 84, Anthony Perez 87, Jay
Morgan 92, Jeremy McLaughlin 96.


SET, from page 1B

A lot of fun, but also a lot
of hard work. Sheets found
herself running all over the
practice court to learn how
to get in proper position to
make good sets.
"She was always coming
in here and saying, 'Katie,
help me with this. Help me
with that,'" said Free,
Laurel Hill's top hitter and
the beneficiary of Sheets'
hard work. "It showed she
wanted to get better."
Everything clicked when
the Hoboes hosted district
rival Central on Sept. 28.
Laurel Hill blew the Jaguars
off of the floor in four
games, completing a season
sweep against a team that
spent most of the season
ranked in the top 10 in the
state Class 1A polls.
"Everyone was having
fun and talking," Sheets
said. "It seemed like we
were really playing volley-
ball that night."
Other LHS underclass-
men also elevated their
games. Elizabeth VanWinkle


BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 5
Walton 41, Baker 57, Paxton 72, Laurel
Hill 91
Baker 1. Chad Lawhon 18:13. 9. Ned
Babbitt 20:26. 12. Matt Wilde 21:30. 15. Ryan
Lewellen 22:02. 20. Austin Lassiter 23:18.
Laurel Hill AJ Whitten 20:56. Daniel
Fortune 21:58. Gory Becker 23:20. Ray Pate
23:21. Joey Okkema 23:22.
Oct. 7
Rutherford Rams Invitational
Crestvlew finished fourth
Crestview 10. Jacob Gourle 18:29.
13. Joe Doyle 18:50. 22. Angelo Fajardo
20:27. 24. Eric Smith 20:41. 43. Mitch
Petoskey 24:16. 46. John Wood 25:27.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 5
Walton 17, Paxton 54, Freeport 62, Baker
Incomplete
Baker 12. Erin Grundel 29:16. 13.
Stephanl Tucker 29:16. 25. Julia Terry 39:41.
Oct. 7
Rutherford Rams Invitational
Crestview did not field a complete team
Crestview 5. Lauren Day 21:01. 10.
Sabrina King 22:32. 40. Christy Wood 31:11.
MIDDLE SCHOOLS
FOOTBALL
Okaloosa County Conference standings
Team W L
Bruner 7 0
Lewis 6 1
Rlchbourg 5 2
Melgs 4 3
Davldson 3 4
Destin 2 5
Ruckel 1 6
Pryor 0 7
Oct. 5
Davidson 26, Destin 0
Richbourg 22, Melgs 8
Ruckel 27,. Pryor 18
Bruner 36, Lewis 14
Oct. 12
Richbourg vs. Davidson, 6 p.m. at
Crestvlew High School
Melgs vs. Pryor, 6 p.m. at Etheredge
Stadium
Lewis vs. Ruckel, 6:30 p.m. at Niceville
High School
Destin vs. Bruner, 7 p.m. at Fort Walton
Beach High School
LOCAL SPORTS
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Oct. 5
1st place (13 under) Fred
Schneider, Claude Stiles, Jerry Devoy,
David Smith, Fred Heiler.
2nd place (7 under) Howard
Mitchell, Brian Kamrowski, Gene Kester,
Jesse Dennis.
3rd place (5 under) Werth Pittman,
Nell Thompson, Jimmy Johnson, Robert
Reed, Byron Davis.
4th place (5 under) Barry Taylor, Neil
Locke, David Gansel, Mike Vaughn.
5th place (4 under) Ron Magruder,,
Darrell Salter, Aaron Daniel, Robert E. Tilley.
SmThe next Thursday Lowball is Thursday
at 8 a.m. Call (850) 682-2012 for details.
Sunday Lowball
Oct. 8
1st place (14 under) Brian Davis,
Steve Howard, Dale Anderson, Scott
Johnson, Ferrell Sasser.
2nd place (12 under) Kee Anderson,
Mike Babine, Bob Tilley, Ralph Armstrong.
3rd place (11 under) Ron Henderson,
Gene Cox, Don Widmaier, Jesse Dennis.
4th place (10 under) George
Holland, Howard Mitchell, Ron Magruder, Bo
Belanger.
5th place (10 under) Rance Harrell,
Archie Perez, John Barrow, Charles
Crumpton.
6th place (9 under) Tim Stanley,
Dustin Stanley, Leon Cunningham, Alan
Parsons.
The next Sunday Lowball is Sunday at
12:30 p.m. Call (850) 682-2012 for details.
His & Her "
Oct. 7
1st place (51.7)- Barbara/Fred Heller.
2nd place (55.4) Lea/Brian Davis
3rd place (58.4) Liz/Bob Frazier.
4th place (60.6) Carol Johnson/Fred
Schneider.
5th place (61.2) Tracy/Will Bonham.







,"Everyone was having
fj.and talking. It seemed
lie woe were really play-
ing volleyball that night."


JAMI SHEETS
Laurel Hill setterpn te
Hoboes' play Seif. 286'
against Central.



gives the Hoboes another
option at setter. Free said
Adeana Reeves has emerged
as a reliable passer.
Laurel Hill's players
hope they can sock their
way to another district title
next week.
"Everyone is working
hard this time of year,"
Sheets said. "I hope we are
talking to each other,
because that's the main
thing. When we talk and
communicate, then we are
doing fine."


THREE, from page 1B


shot a 375, 10 shots back of
Chiles for third place.
CHS sen-
ior Vickie
Schirg fired
a season-
best 83 and
finished
fifth over-
all.

SCHIRG S a m
Walden
shot a 96. Smith and
Gartman carded 98s. Mary
Masterson had a 105.


"Everyone probably
played their best round of
the year and put together
some good numbers,"
Crestview coach Brian
Humphrey said. "Having
three individuals advance is
good.
"We just hate to leave
that fourth and fifth person
at home."
The boys District 2-2A
tournament took place late
Tuesday at Eglin Golf
Course.


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light from the porch, a car or
even a window; be sure to
check the neighbor's lights
and the street lights too.
Some people prefer to use a
closet or even a cardboard
box; just as long as your
plant gets thirteen hours of
continuous darkness each
day for eight weeks and
bright but not direct sun-
light for the remaining
eleven. The second bud set
trigger many miss is tem-
perature, Christmas cactus
need to be subjected to cool
temperatures of 50 to 600F at
night. Do not allow temper-
atures to rise above 90F
once the flower buds are set.
Continuous warm tempera-
tures can cause the flower
buds to drop. For these rea-
sons the suggestion of nest-
ing it outside can be the bet-
ter choice. Don't worry too
much about the plant get-
ting cold; Christmas cacti
are quite tolerant of temper-
atures down to 35F and as
high as 100F. A normal
house temperature of 65 to
80 is perfect.
After the last bloom has
dropped your plant may
need pruning or possibly re-
potting. Pruning is accom-
plished simply by pinching
back one or two leaves at
the joint either with your
fingers or a sharp knife; this
helps the plant branch out
and should increase the
number of blooms next sea-
son. The Christmas cactus
flowers best when kept
somewhat pot bound. If
your plant drains very fast
or seems to need water
quite often, it may be in
need of a larger pot.
Normally this would occur
about every three years. ,A
quick way to check is to
turn the plant out and
inspect the roots, if they are
circling the planting medi-
um it is time for a new
home.
Christmas cactus is-inotca
true cactus -but rathdir a
tropical plant that requires a
potting mix for succulent
plants; the potting media
must be well-drained with
good aeration as your plant
will not grow well in heavy
wet mixes. A good mix
would be combining two
parts purchased potting soil
and one part perlite ofitei~-
miculite; do not useiyour
garden soil as it is too heavy
and contains too manjyoiRt-
ters your house plants Tafi-
not tolerate. This mixte
can be used in the re-pdting
process or as the media~in
which to pop those 'pinch-
ings' and begin new plantat
While tempting, potting
mixes with added fertilizer
and moisture retaining
qualities are not necessary
for healthy plants; in -.the
.case of the Christmas cacti
they may even be too much
of the good thing.
Christmas cacti don't
require much in the way of
fertilizing; feeding your
plant two to four times a
year is plenty with a feed
that reads 20-20-20 on the
label, be sure to stop feed-
ing by the end of October.
Begin right now and
enjoy that lovely old plant;
cared for properly it can live
20 years and more. If you'd
like to try a new one,
Christmas cacti and their
cousins Thanksgiving cacti
should be in the stores later
this month; occasionally
offered is another cousin the
Easter cactus. All have sim-
ilar cultivation require-
ments and make a lovely
addition to our holidays.
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staff and the public, has
announced the 2006-2007 aca-
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performances and events
include inspirational African-
American speakers, noted
artists, a black film festival
and frank discussions about
women, including a special
performance that focuses on
what it means to be a Latina in


the U.S. All performances are
free and open to the public.
"We are proud to offer this
lineup to UWF and all of
Northwest Florida," said
Phyllis Metcalf-Turner, associ-
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Office of Diversity and
International Education and
Programs, which administers
the program. "As our com-
munities continue to increase
in diversity, it is important
that we offer programming
that meets the educational
and social needs of every-
one."
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best known for her recurring
role as Etta Kibbee on the tele-
vision series "In the Heat of
the Night" and is the director
of Theatre Arts at Alabama
State University. She was
nominated for a National
Association for the
Advancement of Colored
People Image Award for her
role in the movie "A Time to
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sDAOCTOBERa 11. 2006 C NWSULLETIN


Viola Owens
Crestview News Bulletin

Domestic violence is not a
new thing. It has been
around since the beginning
of time when one brother
killed the other. It is not
bigoted; it effects pretty
much everyone in one way
or another.
My Daddy's daddy used
fists and a bullwhip on him;
my family used belts and
switches; I used my hands or
a paint paddle. ON A CHILD!
What kind of sense does that
make?! And the screaming
and hollering fussing and
fighting as though words
and tone of voice have no
effect. If only I could take it
all back...I can't undo what
has been done. I can only
forgive and understand that
we did what we did with the


knowledge and understand-
ing that we had at that time.
Time has changed. We
now have more knowledge
of how what we do and say
affects those we love. Take
some time to read the rest of
this page. Mull it over. Think
about it. Look around. Talk
about it. Do something
about it.
This is the second in a
series of four pages focusing
on domestic violence creat-
ed with the collaboration of
Shelter House, Inc., our local
domestic violence shelter.
The Crestview News Bulletin
wants to thank Jeannette
Debs, Executive Director
and Angelina Garofalo,
Victim Advocate Coordinator
of Shelter House, Inc. for
providing information and
graphics.


Effects of Dating


Between 3.3 million and
25 million children
experience domestic vio-
lence in their home each
year. The number is greatly
under-reported.
Between 50% and 75%
of male batterers also
abuse their children.
40% of suspected child
abuse also includes a his-
tory of domestic violence.
25% of victims of
domestic violence are
pregnant women.
70% of the children in
domestic violence shelters
are physically abused or
neglected.


T: *n *80% of runaways come
Abuse on Teens from homes where
domestic violence occurs.


Boys from homes with
domestic violence are 4
times more likely to
abuse in a dating relation-
ship, 25 times more like-
ly to commit rape as an
adult, 6 times more likely
to commit suicide, have a
74% greater chance of
committing crimes against
others, are 24 times
more likely to commit a
sexual assault as an adult
and 1000 times more
likely to commit violent
acts against an adult part-
ner or their own children,
Children who live. in
homes where their moth-
ers are battered are 50%
more likely to be beaten
themselves.
Children from homes
where their mothers is
beaten suffer eating and
sleeping disorders, have
headaches, ulcers, rashes,
depression, and anxiety
caused by the trauma of
witnessing abuse.


Staggering facts


I vo nGirls from homes with i""""'""i"'""I'I "' EMOTIONAL EFFECTS
domestic violence are 46.5 rape.
omesti violencey a e 6 n Shame, guilt, and self-blame, ie., "I caused it" or
S times morlikely to -be Boys who grow up in non- "I should have been able to stop it."
1i sexually assaulted, and violent homes have one X Grief for family and personal losses.
V .V ^/ / />^ more likely to become chance in'400 of becoming ^ Grief for family and personal losses.
more likely to become chance in 400 of becoming Confusion about conflicting feelings toward parents.
whogrowpregnant as a teen abusive adults, but boyslent X Fear of abandonment, of expressing emotions, or
....... homes w hav one -chanene unknlpow and/or personal injury.a;,, ;,,. .. :
in two of becoming abu- Anger about violence and the chaos in their lives.
sive adults. Depression, feelings of helplessness and powerlessness.
W\ 1 Embarrassed by the effects of abuse and the dynamics
USING COERCION USING at home.
AND THREATS INTiMIBATION BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS (may be opposite extremes)
MB8kg r cariin out htres MiIng her varadi b0rsing
to dsor8lhilng iolurlther Ilo, aiionl, g4 esstime s Acting out versus withdrawing, aggressive versus
Ibrealtnint to loeav liar, to n Strashiflo flingS 0 destroimn
0r rmit suic,d to rep~It her property*ausin passive.
USING her IowH ltre-maliig p. tsdisplaying / Overachiever versus underachiever.
ErCONMinC he dr ear a~ nio w w "EMO USING X Refusal to go to school.
A E00o I I Ninag EMOTIONAL
twi ABUSE X Caretaking, more concern for others than for self,
W eeprBin her rr l Puottrltig her d an rn acting as a parent substitute.
rS Of a. iol making ner dt 1 abot ^ ,ask for money giving rher an fet tbd about fltenrl ilalnu hr t / Lying to avoid confrontation.
sallowsane t r i o games makin es' t. jrr it' Rr Rigid defenses (aloof, sarcastic, defensive, "black and
l1am mw aborior We access playing mindhgamesr it.n r-.:ar' her
I D tameIn income. rSnIIl n makinil, r furl uillv. white" thinking).
SR / Excessive attention seeking, often using extreme,
A D ~behaviors.
ANDX Bedwetting and nightmares.
SCONTR O Out of control behavior, not able to set own limits r,,
USItNG MALfE PRIMLEG;E USIN ISOLATION follow directions. M
Treating her t ~i a swwear mriri athe conralfiog' iW1 se oees, hiotiie sees X Reduced intellectual competency.
big dedsins* ar' a tke the "master of and talks to, what 'shb feads, whatrp a:
tht carile" being~Mhe oia she goes* rlirnming her outside X Manipulation, dependency, mood swings.
USING MINIMIZING, o itient us i a .'n- oSgt Anne SOCIAL EFFECTS
USING MINIING SDPD Anne
CHIDREN DENYING O'Dell worked for X Isolation from friends and relatives.
Making hrPN gUil94 AND BL ING the San Diego
about ae chilren ng Makin light Of iheabue police Department Relationships that are frequently stormy, start
ti r children to relay messages and nfi tairtu li ier heCnfls for 20 years. During intensely and end abruptly.
t US reein g ) Wa a r boutil sernouslysa rsngrtse her last 6 yearmestic X Difficulty in trusting, especially adults.
children away. i ha s ehar Volenceand Stalking. X Poor anger management and problem solving skills.
she cause it. i developing methods of X Excessive social involvement to avoid home life.
cinescuigang domestic valence Passivity with peers or bullying toward peers, play
the Training Director for STOPDV, with peers gets extremely rough.
Inc., and has trained criminal justice,
judicial and medical professionals in X Engaged in exploitative relationships, either as
the United States ad d abroad. Ms. perpetrator or victim.
O'Dell is the author of the San Diego perpetrator or victim.
Police Department's preliminary
Investigations Manual and she produced the "Specialized Training on Preventing Domestic Violence" videotapes
and "T'l Death Do Us Part; The Domestic Violence Stalker" training videotape.


-- IUPPOIlfihg gUIUOu o io ClhO~efte

Please contact tus... If you feel that a family mem-
ber or intimate partner is endangering your physical or
emotional safety,"or if you know someone experiencing this
in their home call: 3 7 :.m
ouse, 911 if you are in immediate danger
MISSION STATEMENT Shelter House's hotline: 1800-44-ABUSE
Supporting victims of domestic violence by Local hotline: 850-863-4777
providing services and shelter, while promoting
prevention through education and advocacy. To schedule an appointment ith
Shelter House, Inc. is a non-profit Outreach Services calk
organization, supported by donations Crestview 683-0845
as well as state and federal grants. If
you are moved to help with donations DeFuniak Springs 892-5411
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/ Effects on Children Who \

Live With Domestic Violence
Taken from Training on Domestic Violence
with Sergeant Anne O'Dell

Let's begin with the assumption that children
do not sleep through domestic violence.
Therefore, they are potential witnesses to a
crime because they very likely heard or saw
something. What the officer does or does not do
at the domestic violence crime scene will irrevo-
cably affect them.
More than 3 million children each year are
front row spectators to domestic violence in
their homes. In half of the homes where domes-
tic violence occurs, the abuse eventually
includes the children. Children grow up believing
power and control are used to settle disputes
and are more likely to repeat the same behavior
as adults.
PHYSICAL EFFECTS
X Exhibit "failure to thrive" symptoms even as
infants.
X. Somatic complaints, headaches, and stomach
aches.
X Nervous, anxious, short attention spans, frequently
misdiagnosed as Attention Deficit Hyperactive
Disorder.
X Tired and lethargic.
X Frequently ill.
X Poor personal hygiene.
X Regression in development, thumb sucking, etc.,
depending on age.
X Desensitization to pain.
) High risk play and activities.
X Self-abuse.
X Adolescent eating disorders, substance abuse, suicide,
delinquency.


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C COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS


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


OCTOBER
CHS CHORUS YARD SALE:
Please come and help support the
CHS Chorus raise money for Disney!
The yard sale will be at Crestview
High School on Saturday, October
14th starting at 7:00 a.m.
CHS SONIC NIGHT: The
Crestview High Cheerleaders will be
waiting on customers from 5 p.m. to 7
p.m. Thursday, October 12th. They
are working to raise funds for scholar-
ships, uniforms, competitions, and
away games.
Sonic will be donating a portion of
all proceeds to the cheerleaders.
FAMILY HISTORY CONFER-
ENCE: The Fort Walton Beach
Family History Center and the
Genealogical Society of Okaloosa
County present A Family History
Conference on Saturday, October 14,
2006, at the Family History Center,
339 Lake Drive, Fort Walton Beach.
Admission is FREE and starts at 8:45
a.m. with the Conference beginning at
9:00 a.m. and ending at 12:30 p.m.
Door prizes, ample parking, great
speakers. Call Margaret Harris for
details at 850-243-4589 or e-mail
Smmharris52@yahoo.com.
FREE MEDICAL CLINIC: For
those who do not have the benefit of
medical coverage, there will be a free
medical clinic on Sunday, October
15th at Our Lady of Victory Church
Hall, 550 Adams Drive. Several doc-
tors, nurses and health professionals
will be available to assist people with
medical problems. These services
are offered free of charge. Parents
are encouraged to bring their children.
MOTORCYCLE EVENT: The 6
Gold Wing chapters in the Panhandle
are hosting their 4th Annual Gold
Wing Motorcycle Event again this
year in Crestview at the Old Spanish
Trail Park. The event will be October
20 and 21. Gates open at noon on
Friday and continues through
Saturday with something for all to
enjoy. Vendors, parade, lighted bike
show, Elvis impersonator, poker run,
games and grand prizes.
All bikes welcome. Come out and
enjoy the fun! For more information
contact Jack Birge at 850-682-3650.
"'STAMPFEST IV": The
Panhandle Philatelic Society will host
"Stampfest IV", the last of four shows
in 2006 on Saturday, October 28. The
show will be held at the Knights of
Columbus Hall, 205 Carol Avenue,
Fort Walton Beach. Show hours will
be 9:00 a.m: to 5:00 p.m. Admission
and parking are free.
Collectors of all levels of expertise,
as well as interested non-collectors
are invited to come to sell, trade, buy,
or just browse among the thousands
of stamps and other items on display.
For additional information please call
Fred Brafford at 850-651-2770.
ALATEX REUNION: The reunion
will be at Ryan's Family Steakhouse
on October 14th at 11:00 a.m. Please
call Nita at 682-3118 for more infor-
mation.;.
EMERALD COAST CHIL-
DREN'S ADVOCACY CENTER: You
are invited to party! The Emerald
Coast Children's Advocacy Center is
hosting its 6th birthday party on
Friday,, October 20th from 2:00-4:00
p.m. at the Center located at 401
McEwen Drive., Niceville.


Come join us for refreshments
and see the newly finished Burke's
Children Garden. Ribbon cutting is at
3:00 p.m. For more information,
please contact Marisol Kingsbury at
833-9237, ext. 222.
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 fluctuations in the water
system. The fire department apolo-
gize for this inconvenience.
FOOD/DIAPER SHORTAGE:
Sharing and Caring, a local organiza-
tion, is in desperate need of food sup-
plies 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 others.
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.
DINE AND DONATE FUND
RAISER: The Okaloosa County
Growth Management Department in
conjunction with The Building Industry
Association of Okaloosa & Walton
Counties will be hosting a fund raising
benefit for Harold Owens. This is to
help off set Mr. Owens medical
expenses for cancer treatments.
The meal will consist of a rib eye
steak, baked potato, salad, desert
and a drink. Tickets for this meal will
be $10.00 each. There will also be a
$5.00 raffle for the chance to be win
two $500 gift certificates for Bass Pro
Shop.
For more information or to make a
donation, please contact BIA at 850-
863-5107 or Growth Management
Departments at 850-651-7180 or 850-
689-5080.
MENSA TESTING DAY 2006: If
you think you're smarter than 98% of
the population, it's time to discover
Mensa! American Mensa's ninth
annual Mensa Testing Day is on
October 21, 2006. That day, at test
sites around the country, the public
will be invited to take the Mensa
Admission Test. If you score in the top
2%, you'll be invited to join the organi-
zation!
Northwest Florida Mensa will
administer the Mensa Admission Test
at Robert L.F.Sikes Library at 10:30
a.m. Anyone interested in taking the
Mensa Admission Test on October 21,
2006 should arrive by 10:15 a.m. The'
test fee is $30 and a photo ID is
required. The test is open to anyone
age 14 and older, but parental per-
- mission is required foranyone-age'l-4
17. Call 850-315-0255 or email
johome@cox.net for more informa-
tion.
Mensa is an organization open to
anyone who scores in the top two per-
cent on an accepted, standardized
intelligence test. For more informa-
tion about the organization, visit
www.us.mensa.org.
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.
TRAUMA INTERVENTION PRO-
GRAM: A training academy has been
set to begin in late October and is
open to anyone 16 years of age and
older in Okaloosa County.
The Trauma Intervention Program
is a group of citizen volunteers who
provide emotional and practical sup-
port to victims of traumatic events and
their families in the first few hours fol-
lowing a tragedy.
If you're interested in becoming a
TIP volunteer, please call 850-934-
6654 or email tcnkat@bellsouth.net.
HOLIDAY DECORATING
EXTRAVAGANZA: Christmas will be
here before you know itl Come to the
GFWC Woman's Club of Crestview
second annual Holiday Decorating
Extravaganza fundraiser on
Thursday, Oct. 19, 6:00 p.m., at the
Crestview High School Auditorium,
featuring Crestview native and nation-
ally recognized floral designer Kirby
Holt.
Light refreshments will be served.
Proceeds from this event support the
charities of the GFWC Woman's Club
of Crestview. Tickets are $10.00 and
available from any club member or by
calling 683-9117.
FALL FESTIVAL: Come one,
come all to the best place to be this
fall! The Main Street Crestview
Association and City of Crestview will
be sponsoring the Fall Festival in
downtown Crestview on Saturday,
Oct. 28, 2006 from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m.
The festival will have a Halloween
costume contest, food and craft ven-
dors, games, musical entertainment,
and free goodies for the kids.
If your business, church or organi-
zation would like to participate in the
Fall Festival, please contact Grace
Ferdon at 682-0031 or Bill Kilpatrick at
689-3722.
PAXTON HERITAGE FESTIVAL:
The Annual Paxton Heritage Festival
will be held Oct. 28 in Paxton from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Walton County
Sheriff substation. This is where the
old welcome station used to be, on
U.S. 331 in downtown Paxton, Fla.
Crafters and demonstrators are
needed. Music, blacksmithing, crafts,
Civil War enactors, and a petting zoo
are scheduled, and the town hopes to
have many more activities for kids
and families. For information or to sign
up, contact Alice at
alicem@gtcom.net, or call 850-834-
3031 (home) or 850-978-0968 (cell).
BOGGY BAYOU MULLET FES-
TIVAL: The 30th Annual Boggy
Bayou Mullet Festival promises a
ririiB hJr1th6-0w
entertainment, fine art and home
hand-crafts, and a staggering array of
food concessions. This celebration of
food and fun will take place on the
weekend of Oct. 20-22. Admission is
$6.00 and children under 12 are free.
Performers include Blake Shelton
on Friday night, Lonestar on Saturday
night, several local church groups
and many others performing through-
out the weekend. The Children's
Stage will also be hosting SpongeBob
Squarepants and Jimmy Neutron on
Sunday.
For detailed information on enter-
tainers and other activities, visit the
web site at www.cityofniceville.org
and link to the Mullet Festival.
CRISIS LINE VOLUNTEER:


Make a difference and volunteer with
the Crisis Linel The training class will
be Saturday, Oct. 14 from 8 a.m. until
5 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will be
served and all materials will be pro-
vided.
For more information call 682-
.0101 or e-mail Sybie Hobbs at
shobbs@bridgeway.org.
SHINE: A Florida Department of
Elder Affairs Program, is in need of
volunteer counselors to provide
Medicare and prescription counseling
to elders and caregivers. Volunteers
must have free time to give 16 hours
a month and have computer knowl-
edge.
Training is conducted by the
Department of Elder Affairs. The next
introductory class will be held on Oct.
10 and the Phase 1 three training will
be held on Oct. 24, 25 and 26. If you
would like to help our elders with their
Medicare needs, please call Sandra
Cleckler, SHINE Liaison, 850-494-
7100 ext. 213 or 866-531-8011.


NOVEMBER
TOYS FOR KIDS: Crestview's
8th Annual "Run for the Toys" will be
held on November 5th. Registration
will take place between 11 a.m. -
12:30 p.m. in the Crestview WalMart
parking lot. Toys and donations will be
accepted in the parking lot during reg-
istration. Distribution of all toys and
funds by Families First Network.
After the ride there will be food,
refreshments, raffle, 50/50, music and
a door prize all at the VFW on 90
West.
ALL motorcycle enthusiast are
welcome. For- more information
please contact Ken Henninger at 850-
537-9798.
JAMES BOND TRIVIA CON-
TEST: Win passes to see Casino
Roya/eat the Crestview Cinema III on
November 17th. Stop by the Cinema
or the Library Circulation Desk to pick-
up your questionnaire entry form. All
entries must be tumed in by Saturday,
November 11th. Winners will be ran-
domly drawn from all correct entries.
Passes will be awarded during the
James Bond Phenomenon multi-
media presentation, held at the
Crestview Public Library on Monday,
November 13th, at 6 p.m.
HOLT ANTIQUES DAY NOV. 18:
Artists and craftsmen are wanted to
participate in the Holt Antiques,
Crafts, Art & More event at Firs
Baptist Church Nov. 18 from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m.
Antiques dealers will be on site to
give verbal appraisals of your
antiques (up to 3 items for a cost of
$6.
Vendors may rent a table for $25
to sell, demonstrate or demo their
business. Vendors keep all their prof-

Some ahildcare crafts and games
will be available for $5 per hour. For
more information, contact Trina at
305-6349 or Dave at 305-6350.

VENDORS WANTED FOR
TRADING DAYS" EVENT: The
Auburn Pentecostal Church, in
Crestview, will be hosting their first
annual 'Tradin' Days in the Country"
on Saturday, Nov.4th.
If you would like to rent a space to,
sale your antique items, yard sale
items, crafts, bake goods, seasonal
product, etc., call and make a reser-
vation now. For more information on
the event or for reservations, please
call 682-3571, 537-1744, or 683-
0622.


CHRISTMAS EXPO DAY: The
Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of
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 infor-
mation, 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 inter-
ested in participating in this event.
Please contact either Mr. Fletcher
Williams at 689-1284, e-mail fletch-
er.williams@cox.net; or Liz Westby,
682-8288, e-mail elizabeth.west-
by@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 divi-
sions:
"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 mini-
mum 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.american-
queenpageant.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
"I1..r ,;r.:I n 1 P_-ii* "116-'To e
cate the youth of Florida on the values
of volunteer work and inspire them to
make a difference in the lives of their
neighbors through volunteer commit-
ment. There are five age divisions for
ages 4 19. The winners will have a
busy year of fun and excitement rep-
resenting their hometown throughout
the state.
For a brochure or additional infor-
mation, please call 352-326-4217 or
go to www.FLHometownUSA.com to
print an application.


DECEMBER
CALL FOR ARTISTS: The
GFWC Milton Women's Club needs
artists for its Christmas on the River


$ PUBLIC NOTICES


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

CELSO MENDEZ-CHAGOYA
Petitioher,
and

MA. REMEDIOS HERNANDEZ-
ARANDA
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MARRIAGE

TO: Ma. Remedios Hemandez-
Aranda
Respondent's Last Known
Address:
Rancho Arperos Municipro de
Guanojuato Mexico
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
and that you are required to serve
a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to Celso Mendez-Chagoya,
whose address is 5335 Bamboo
Place, Apt. A, Clearwater, FL
33760 on or before October 23,
2006, and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, FL 32579, before service
on Petitioner or immediately there-
after. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in
this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current Address,
Florida Family Law Form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address on record
at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
Dated September 11, 2006
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Teresa Fleming
Deputy Clerk
09/20/06
09/27/06
10/04/06
10/11/06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2006-CP-001174
IN RE: ESTATE OF

CLARA ROZELLE MCMINN
KENNEDY
a/k/a CLARA ROZELLE
KENNEDY
a/lka CLARA KENNEDY MCMINN
a/lka 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 Williamsqn
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
FIRE COMMISSIONER OPENING
the North Okaloosa Fire District
is seeking a motivated Indlvid-
ual to serve their community as
the 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 position for two
years beginning 16 November
2006.
Interested District members
should mail a resume, and refer-
ences to: NOFD, Attn:
Commissioner Vacancy, P. O.
Box 973, Crestview, FL 32536 or
via e-mail to: nofdadmin@wool-
com.net. Applications will be


accepted until 5:00 p.m.,
November 15,2006.
10/04/06 10/07/06
10/11/06 10/14/06
10/18/06 10/21/06
10/25/06 10/28/06
11/01/06 11/04/06
11/08/06 11/11/06
11/15/06
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 decedents
estate, Including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION 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 Government Street, Suite D
Niceville, 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 2006-CP-882
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN N. MCCABE, SR.,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the Estate of
JOHN N. MCCABE, SR.,
Deceased, File Number 2006-CP-
882, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Okaloosa County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101 East James Lee
Boulevard, Crestview, Florida
32536. The names and addresses
of the Personal Representative
and the Personal Representative's
attomeys are set forth below.
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
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE PERI-
OD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER BECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of


this. Notice is.. . October 2l t


this Notice is October 11, 2006.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
RICHARD N. SHERRILL
Florida Bar Number 172812
CLARK, PARTINGTON, HART,
LARRY, BOND & STACKHOUSE
Suite 801,125 West Romana
Street
Post Office Drawer 13010
Pensacola, Florida 32591-3010
Telephone: (850) 434-9200
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
ELIZABETH R. MCCABE
251 Leaning Pines Loop
Destin, Florida 32540
10/11/06
10/18/06
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Blackman FD Invites all
North Okaloosa County Special
Fire District Commission
Members to enjoy coffee and
discuss area fire needs on 14th,
October, 2006 at Blackman
Community Center, 7590
Highway 189 N., Baker. Area
commissioners, local and state
representatives will be on hand
to discuss FD Issues. Coffee will
be served from 10:00 to noon.
The public Is welcome.
10/11/06
NOTICE OF SALE

In accordance with Florida
Statutes, Dansher Mini
Warehouses, located at 1110 N.
Ferdon Blvd. in crestview, Florida
will offer for sale to the highest bid-
der the household and other goods
stored in the below listed units of
Dansher Mini Warehouses. Said
goods are to be sold to recover the
rents not paid by the tenant.
Unit # C-13
Salenia Cole
9150 Ridge Road
Navarre, FL 32566
Unit # E-17
Lenny Garaczkowski
P.O. Box 2156
Crestview, FL 32536
The sale shall take place October
27, 2006, at 9:00 a.m., in the
Dansher Mini Warehouses parking
lot.
10/11/06
10/18/06
United States Postal Service
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULA-
TION
Required by 39 U.S.C. 3685


Publication Title: Crestview News
Bulletin. Publication Number 010-
209. Filing Date: October 9, 2006.
Issue Frequency: Twice Weekly.
Number of Issues Published
Annually: 104. Annual Subscription
Price: In County $31.20, Out of
County $36.20. Complete Mailing
Address of Known Office of
Publication (Not printer): 295 W.
James Lee Blvd. Crestview, FL
32536. Contact Person: Jim
Knudsen. Telephone: (850) 682-
6524. Complete Mailing Address of
Headquarters or General Business
Office of Publisher (Not printer):
295 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536. Full Names
and Complete Addresses of
Publisher, Editor, and Managing
Editor: Publisher: Jim Knudsen,
295 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536. Editor: Steve
Andrews, 295 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536. Managing
Editor: Steve Andrews, 295 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536. Owner: Full. Name:
okaloosa Publishing company,
Inc.. Complete Mailing Address:
295 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536. Known
Bondholders, Mortgagees, and
Other Security Holders Owning or
Holding 1 Percent or More of Total
Amount of Bonds, Mortgages, or
Other Securities: None. Publication
Title: Crestview News Bulletin.
Issue Date for Circulation Data
Below: September 27, 2006.
Extent and Nature of Circulation:
a. Total Number of Copies (Net
Press Run). Average No. Copies
Each Issue During Preceding 12
Months: 5,000. No. Copies of
SSingle Issue Published Nearest to
Filing Date: 5,300. b. Paid and/or
Requested Circulation. (1)
Paid/Requested Outside-County
Mail Subscriptions Stated on Form
3541 (Include advertiser's proof
and exchange copies). Average
No. Copies Each Issue During
Preceding 12 Months: 190. No.
Copies of Single Issue Published
Nearest to Filing Date: 178. (2)
Paid In-County Subscriptions
Stated on Form 3541 (Include
advertiser's proof and exchange
copies): Average No. Copies Each
Issue During Preceding 12
Months: 2,100. No. Copies of
Single Issue Published Nearest to
Filing Date: 1,974. (3) Sales
Through Dealers and Carriers,
Street Vendors, (Include advertis-
er's proof and exchange copies):
Average No. Copies Each Issue
During Preceding 12 Months:
2,041. No. Copies of Single Issue
Published Nearest to Filing Date:
2,400. (4) Other Classes Mailed
Through USPS: Average No.
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Nearest to Filing Date: 0. Total
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[Sum of 15b. (1), (2), (3), and (4)1:
Average No. Copies Each Issue
During Preceding 12 Months:
4,366. No. Copies of Single Issue
Published Nearest to Filing Date:
4,580. d. Free Distribution by
Mall(Samples, complimentary and
other free): (1) Outside-County as
stated on Form 3541: Average No.
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Preceding 12 Months: 9. No.
Copies of Single Issue Published
Nearest to Filing Date: 9. (2) In-
County as stated on Form 3541:
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During Preceding 12 Months: 0.
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Published Nearest to Filing Date:
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Preceding 12 Months: 0. No.
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Nearest to Filing Date: 0. e. Free
Distribution Outside the
Mall(Carriers or other means):
Average No. Copies Each Issue
During Preceding 12 Months: 300.
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Published Nearest to Filing Date:
350. f. Total Free Distribution (Sum
of 15d. and 15e.) Average No.
Copies Each Issue During
Preceding 12 Months: 309. No.
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Nearest to Filing Date: 359. g.
Total Distribution (Sum of 15c. and
151.) Average No. Copies Each
Issue During Preceding 12
Months: 4,675. No. Copies of
Single Issue Published Nearest to
Filing Date: 4,939. h. Copies not
Distributed: Average No. Copies
Each Issue During Preceding 12
Months: 325. No. Copies of Single
Issue Published Nearest to Filing
Date: 361. i. Total (sum of 15g.
and h.) Average No. Copies Each
Issue During Preceding 12
Months: 5,000. No. Copies of
Single Issue Published Nearest to
Filing Date: 5,300. j. Percent Paid
and/or Requested Circulation (15c.
divided by 15g. times 100)
Average No. Copies Each Issue
During Preceding 12 Months: 93%.
No. Copies of Single Issue
Published Nearest to Filing Date:
92%. The Publication of Statement
of Ownership will be printed In the
October 11, 2006 issue of this
publication. I certify that all infor-
mation on this form is true and
complete. I understand that any-
one who furnishes false or mis-
leading Information on this form or
who omits material or information
requested on the form may be
subject to criminal sanctions
(including fines and imprisonment)
and/or civil sanctions (including
civil penalties).
James J. Knudsen, Publisher
10/11/06


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2006


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 par-
ticipate.
The booth fee is $50. For an appli-
cation call 850-983-8310 or email:
COTRO6@aol.com.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are need-
ed to invest their time and skills in
North Okaloosa YMCA. If you have a
service to offer, time to volunteer, or
would like additional information,
please contact Volunteer Coordinator
Susan Goff at 682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE EMERALD
COAST: Adult and Teen volunteers
are needed. Volunteers serve in dif-
ferent ways to assist both the patient
and the entire family. If you are inter-
ested, but fear you might be uncom-
fortable working directly with patients,
let's explore other areas of volun-
teerism such as clerical, fundraising,
bereavement and public relations
opportunities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
Volunteer Coordinator, at 850-689-
0300.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SER-
VICES FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: If
you are pregnant and concerned
about alcohol and drugs, free and
confidential help is available. All preg-
nant women are eligible 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
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,
contact your local March of Dimes
office or visit
www.marchofdimes.com.- For spon-
sorship and ticket inlormatnon call
(850) 432-5014.
BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: If you
are looking for local history, artifacts,
photos, and a good selection of area
newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday Friday from
10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the third
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.,
with special tours available upon
request. For more information, call the
museum at 537-5714, Jeanette
Henderson at 850-537-4401, or send
an email to bakermuseum@aol.com.
SHELTER HOUSE: It costs more
than $100 a day to shelter a victim of
domestic violence. For more informa-
tion on how you can help, call 683-
0845.


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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


102
Drivers
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOWI
Werner needs entry-
level semi drivers
No exp. required
Avg. $36k+lst yr
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area
1-866-280-5309.

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.

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


102 104
Drivers General Help

DRIVERS Flatbed AUTO BODY Tech
$1700 trainees needed at
SIGN ON BONUS Factory Spec Colli-
AL, GA, & FL Dis- sion Center. Must be
patch mechanically in-
HOME WEEKENDS dined and career
GUARANTEED minded. Any auto-
Earn up to .39 mi. motive experience is
BCBS Ins.-Medical, a plus. 4 day work
Dental & Vision, Co. week, great benefits
Match 401K in 90 and awesome work
days, 50% Pre-load- environment. Call for
ed & Tarped Loads appointment 423-
Must be atleast 23 0691.
yrs old & lyr OTR HELP NEEDED out-
Flatbed Exp. side sales, please
SUNBELT apply in person
TRANSPORT 1405 S. Ferdon
Call Herb: Blvd. 689-0921
1-800-494-8471
www.PatriotTrans.com NOW ACCEPTING
applications for em-
104 ployment at Learn-
General Help ing Tree Day
School, Inc., 201
$ ABSOLUTELY Valley Rd. Must be
THE BEST $ 18 years of age. Ap-
Temporary Staff- plicant should have
ing Co. in this CDA or equivalent
area. Labor Find- and have experi-
ers needs you! nce working with
Highest Pay, Best children in a daycare
Assignments. setting. Apply in per-
$6.50-$12.00 per son only.
hour paid daily. BUSINESS
Positions open OPPORTUNITY
daily. Have A POSTAL CAREERS
Car? Earn extra 20061 $20/hour
$$. Open 5:30A.M. starting, Avg. Pay
6-B Hollywood $57K/year. including
Blvd., FWB. Never benefits & overtime.
a fee. 850-243- Paid training & vaca-
2699 tions. No Experi-
ence Needed. 1-
FAST GROWING 800-584-1775.
Company looking Ref # P2900. (not
for energetic people aff. w/USPS)
to represent unique
L product line, full or 108
part time. Good Hotel/Motel
commissions, train- & Restaurant
ing provided. Call for
an interview now CRACKER BAR-
850-428-2029 REL of Crestview
Now hiring pm
COMFORT cooks and dish-
KEEPERS washers. OW stu-
Dedicated people dents welcome 682-
needed to assist our 8804
seniors in their
homes. Flex hours, 110
ft/pt, mileage paid, Labor
$8.hr. 279-6294
HELP WANTED
PART TIME evening Lawn Maintenance
cook needed at Cre- Lawn Maintenance
sent Park Village Landscape experi-
h Assisted Living, ap- ence preferred. Will
E ply in person, 551 train. Drivers license
- Redstone Ave West required! Crestview
F area. Call 259-7745
n NEEDED CHURCH or 305-2319
w choir director-paid
Position. Call 682- 114
. 5280 for more infor- Medical
mation.


114
Medical
LAKEVIEW CEN-
TER is currently hir-
ing for: Family Serv-
ices Counselor/Fam-
ily Support Workers.
Positions are locat-
ed in Walton Coun-
ty, Santa Rosa,
Crestview, Ft. Wal-
ton Beach, DeFu-
niak Springs. Fs
Counselor requires
BA degree in social
services. FS Work-
ers requires (2)
years of social serv-
ices experience. A
valid Florida driver's
license required.
LAKEVIEW CEN-
TER INC.
EOE/AA/M/F/D/V/Dr
ug Free Workplace
www.ebaptistheatlh
care.org/lakeview
center

120
Professional

SHOAL RIVER
Learning Center ac-
cepting applications
& resumes for:
Child Care Facility
Director Pre-
School Teacher &
Teacher Asst Con-
tact Regina: 850-
682-8081, fax re-
sumes to 682-6108
or parlang @ cox.net

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.


120
Professional

AIRCRAFT ENGI-
NEERS, Designers,
& Drafters needed.
Auto-CAD and/or
Solid-Works exp. re-
quired. Beech C-12
king air exp. is a
plus. fax resumes to
(251)650-0602
or e-mail
hr@staraviatlon.com

116
Office Work


FRONT DESK
Receptionist/
Classified Ad
Type Setter
Full Time 8-5.
Must be computer
literate.
Must be able to
type 40 words or
more per min..
Apply in person at
CNB, 295 W.
James Lee Blvd, or
fax resume to 850-
689-2246 or email
resume to
legals @Crest-
viewBulletin.com
NO PHONE
CALLS


126
Skills/Trade

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.
HELP WANTED
Carpenters and Car-
penter Helpers
needed.Crestview/B
aker area. 537-3647


IB& M

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


126 315
Skills/Trade Business Services

AUTO BODY shop ALL PHASES OF
foreman needed at CONCRETE, Con-
Factory Spec Colli- create coatings, Con-
sion Center. great create repair. Deck
opportunity for a and Driveway addi-
quality body tech tions Free esti-
with organizational, mates, Low rates.
and leadership 305-1957
skills. 4 day work
week with great ben-
efit package 423-
0691 R ,
WANTED: INSTAL- T
LATION technician
for security and sur-
veillance systems.
Experience helpful
but not necessary. c.
Call (850)862-7365.
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315
Business Services

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


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
NEED A
DUMPSTER?
Call 683-5752
AAA Crestview
Hauling, construc-
tion & debris re-
moval. We accept
Visa & Master-
card.
MAJOR PANES
Glass & Mirror LLC,
providing window re-
placement, showers,
doors, mirrors, tab-
letops and more.
Call 305-6988.

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


.'DElectAc wc.
David King Owner

"' RESIDENTIAL

REMODELING
LC# ET11000749
Work: 850-306-5381
117 Sikes Drive Fax: 850-689-8081
Crestview, FL 32539 Home: 850-683-0400


315
Business Services
PANHANDLE
COMMERCIAL
CLEAN
Now serving Escam-
bia, Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties.
New construction,
area business
Condos, move outs
& residents Please
call Jennifer
850-346-6995.
Licensed & Insured
SO MANY bills, not
enough $$$? We
can help you out!!
Call us now
1-866-236-5871
Zero upfront fees
1st Mortgage 2nd
Mortgage whatever
you need
we can help
1-866-236-5871
Business, Personal,
Car, Home
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.

325
Domestic
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.
320
Child Care


320
Child Care

INFANT CAREGIV-
ER, 5 days a week
M-F call 537-2140
REGISTERED
CHILD Care Provid-
er accepting children
ages 1-4. Call Paula
398-6818.

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

335
Financial Services
NEED A LOAN?
DON'T KNOW
WHERE TO
START? CALL THE
EXPERTS
1-877-681-5104
QUICK & RELIA-
BLE SERVICE

337
Concrete

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


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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 bisi-
ness. 423-0255 'i;

A-0 AAA
CONCRETE i,-s
25yrs Experience,.'
Driveways, patios, .
tearouts, stamp "
work coloring, Bob
Kat work, reasona-
ble prices, :.
Licensed/Insure6d :
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.

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.


MAINTENANCE PERSON
Weekly Pay Paid Vacation
Meals Paid Life Insurance
401K & Profit Sharing Medical Insurance
Full time, year 'round position in Ft. Walton / Destin /
Pensacola area. Must have HVAC and refrigeration
experience. Plumbing, carpentry and electrical experi-
ence a plus. Excellent work environment. Fax resume
to (850) 438-5608.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Snice fireplace. Trey ceilings
O FF. ,. I,,,,, l in both dining area and
master bedroom. There is


337
Concrete

CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble pIfces, Free esti-
m tes, '0 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488


1IAL^, 340
SHome Repair

Plumbing
And Repair
Service
Faucets, Toilets,
Vanities & Hot
Water Heaters
Robert
Brewer
Wetess Plumbing, LLC
682-8683
830-2631
State Licensed
& Insured

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

TILE PRO
Floors, walls, re-
pairs, new installa-
tion, handi-cap bath
specialist, custom
shower stalls, free
estimates, Quality
workmanship
543-8308


340
Home Repair

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

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

RICHARD GRAND-
QUEST FENCING
(850) 682-9856

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

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
LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheapl 682-2075.


342
Landclearing

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


345
Lawn Care

DAVE'S HAULING
LLC. Pressure
washing, tree trim-
ming, under brush
mowing, debris re-
moval, lawn mainte-
nance & more
758-5222

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


UN LIM ITED

HOME RESTORATION, INC.
Home Repairs & Renovations

KITCHEN & BATHROOM REMODELING
WINDOWS & DOORS FANS & LIGHTING
TILE DRYWALL* WOOD-ROT
TRIM MOULDING DECKS ROOF REPAIR

5 8S*0.902.1299 ,
Free Estimates
Licensed Insured


345
Lawn Care

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

WALKER
LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available













"LORIE'S"
LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Lic. & Insured.
Residential or com-
mercial. Free esti-
mates special winter
rates 826-2298


355
Sewing &
Alterations
SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360
Miscellaneous
CABLE TV or phon
outlets installed o
any wall. Call R
chards Cable 391
6304

NEED DIRT!
Sand etc. and bu
dozer work Ca
Spuds Hauling 850
902-5098
TRACTOR WOR
all type 682-749
cell 546-1218
TRIPLE- E
Enterprises
Land clearin
demo. loader
backhoe work.
cense and insure
850-865-0826


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... ....452.. .... 456..
Apartments For Homes For Rent
Rent
2/1 LAUNDRY,
1/1 CONDO Sand- large kitchen,
piper Cove, Destin. $550./$550. 3/1
Washer/dryer, utilit- large fenced yard
ies included, $675./$675. 537-
$950/mo (850)682- 9798.
3238 AMERICAN
2 BEDROOM $550 REALTY
deposit $550 rent of Northwest Florida,
No pets, 650-7614 Inc.682-4822
or 585-1574 or
BENT CREEK 651-5717
.Apartments I Vouch- Equal Housing
ers Accepted. 1 & 2 Opportunity
BR HC & non-HC 5375 Stallion Rd.
accessible apart- 2/1 $625.
ments. Water, Sew- 867 Brett St. 2/1.5
le er, and Garbage, $650.
)n provided. 209 Bent 6191 Bethany Dr 3/2
i- Creek Rd. Crest- $675.
8- view, FL Call 850- 1219 Pinewood 3/1
682-5563, TDD 711, $750.
Voice 800-955-8770 3957 Bear Creek Rd
Equal Housing Op- 2/1.5 $795.
II- portunity. 122 Jeff Dr. 3/2
0- BENT CREEK $800.
APARTMENTS II 117 Oak Terrace 3/2
Vouchers Accepted. $850.
K Some rental assis- 718 E. Lee Ave 3/2
D2 tance may be availa- $875.
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom 722 E. Lee Av 3/2
HC & non-HC ac- $875.
cessible apartments. 178 Swayng Pine
209 Bent Creek Rd. Ct. 3/2.5 $925
g, Crestview, FL. Call2940 Stllwe Blvd
& 850-682-5563, TDD 3/2$950
Li- 711, Voice 800-955- 710 Riva Ridge Dr..
ed 8770 Equal Housing 4/3$1,300
pportu2715 Paddock Cir
Opportunity.


456
Homes For Rent

3 & 2 BEDROOM
Homes for rent, No
Pets 682-1972.


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143 Carr Drive Charmin 3 bd/2 ba brick home located in the heart
of Crestview. Ceramic tile floonng in both bathoms; breakfast bar & tile
countertops in kitchen; fenced-in backyard w/ 2 storage buildings; large
covered back patio w/ metal roof.
576 Majestic Blvd. Cozy 3 bd/2 ba doublewide manufactured
home on 1.S4 acres in Mossy Head. Double vanities, garden tub & separate
shower in master bath; pump house w/ 4" well; 20' x 30' slab out back
complete with j-bolts.
5303 Old River Road 3 bd/l ba home on nearly 10 acres in Baker.
35' x 32' shed; both house and shed are being sold "as is"; lots of mature
trees; wonderful investment opportunity!
Lot 15, Algonquin Place Beautiful 2.4 acre parcel which backs
up to a large, crystal clear creek located in prestigious Mathison Creek
Estates. Perfect place for your dream home!
(850) 682-1800
S 828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestvlew, FL 32536
www.jlnetlohnsonrelty.com


S 456. ,7-
Homes For Rent

3BR/2BA 2CG new
Brick home in Laurel
Hill, $975.mo $975
DD Days 682-5533,
night & weekends,
682-4341
RENTALSIll
204 Booker St.,
$600, 3/1
107 Pointer Ln,
$1,075, 3/2/2, small
pet w/owner appro-
val
107 Dogwood,
$1,350, 3/2/2, in-
cludes basic lawn &
pool maintenance
123 Gillis Dr,
$1,400, 4/3.5, in-
cludes lawn care, no
pets
All properties require
a credit check, one
year lease; no inside
smoking, pet fees
are non-refundable.
Call Debra Frost -
682-6156 / Teel and
Waters Real Estate.
NORTHEAST
CRESTVIEW
2BD/2BA Town-
home,carpet/tile,larg
e utility room, cathe-
dral I ceiling.
$750mo./$750dd,
585-5007


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
COMMERCIAL LISTINGS:
XX GEORGE AVENUE, CRESTVIEW
Nice 1/2 acre lot just outside the
city limits off Hwy 90 East-168
ft on George Ave. Zoned commer-
cial & has a 2400 SF metal build-
ing/warehouse on it The bldg
has a concrete floor, 2 doors, a
drive-in door and a shingle roof.
$144,900
2581 LIVINGSTON STREET,
CRESTVIEW Corner lot approxi-
mately an acre, with 200'+/- on
Industrial Drive and 232' on
Livingston Street. Level, and just
past the Old Spanish Trail Fair
Grounds. You can see this parcel
from Highway 85 going South.
This would make a nice Office,
Business or Retail location.
$400,000
RESIDENTIAL LISTINGS:
000 CRACKER lACK LN. MOSSY
HEAD 50 acres on a paved road
with a gracious 2,000 SF home.
Includes a clear spring-fed pond
(full of fish!), oaks, magnolia's, a
1200 SF barn, inground swim-
ming pool. This acreage and
home is full of possibilities. A
must see!
4020 NIKKI LN, CRESTVIEW
Quiet country living in this 2-
story home. On 5 secluded acres
with a stocked pond & large
oaks, magnolias. 256 SF Florida
room opens to a balcony deck
overlooking the pond. Gorgeous!
$299,900
3178 OLD PLACE RD, LAUREL
HILL A great for the kids to play
& horses to frolic! Large home on
1.2 acres w/new sheet rock &
paint, new dishwasher and nice
hardwood floors just refinished.
Don't pass this one up!
$189,900
112 TRENTON AVENUE,
CRESTVIEW 3BR2BA located on
the south side of Crestview.
French doors open onto a large
deck the perfect place to relax
asyiew the pear and apple
trees -A stone fireplace and --
vaulted ceilings add to the
charm of this home. $175,000
RENTALS
116 SANDSTONE TRAIL,
CRESTVIEW Nice 3BBR2BA in
Redstone Estates. 1,801 SF and
convenient to everything!
$1,100/mth, I year lease
4034 RANDI ROAD, CRESTVIEW
New 1,585 SF brick home in
Mount Olive Subdivision.
3BR/2BA split floor plan.
$1,100/mth, I year lease


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456
Homes For Rent

NEW BRICK'
3bd/2ba 2010s.f.
$1,350/mo.
lawn/pest service in-
cluded, security de-
posit required, call
689-0821.


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
Very nice all brick 2
story townhouse with
wood-burning fireplace.
Roomy; 3 bedroom, 2
bath. Spanish lace walls in
every room. Huge deck on
back of house. Great price
for the space you're
getting! $156,000.
20 beautiful acres
adjoining Shoal River
Ranch. Abundant wildlife,
dirt roads for fourwheeling
and/or horse back riding.
The double wide mobile
home features tile floors,
corner fireplace, large
kitchen. A great place to
call home! $325,000.
Just 2 years old and
sitting on 1.17 acres, this 3
bedroom, 2 bathroom
home is a real find!
Ceramic tile floors greet
you in the foyer and
continues in the kitchen,
mud room and both
bathrooms. Hot tub on
patio, fruit trees and
goldfish pond outside.
178,000.
Come home to this
all brick home where the
builder went the extra mile
with vaulted ceilings, large
kitchen with all wood
cabinets, triple windows in
master bedroom, even a
walk-in closet in the
garage! I acre lot but more
land available if.
desired.$285,00.
Absolutely exquisite
home with lovely
landscaping just waiting
for you! Entertain your
guest in the formal dining
r f ,d ,M* d .ss-
M boring coffee, on the-
screened paifi'. 4/, over
3100 SF. $335,000.
A beautifully laid
out open floor plan for
family .enjoyment or
entertaining guest. Warm
colors throughout, custom
cabinets, Jacuzzi tub, and
many other wonderful
amenities make this a
"must see today" home!
$229,900

OutstandingAgentf.
OutstandingResult.


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

456
Homes For Rent

BEAUTIFUL BRICK
3bd/2ba near Bob
Sikes School
$1100/mo plus sec.
available Nov. 1 call
Mike 699-3833


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NEWER HOMES ON THE MARKET
NOW IN THE $130,000-
$140,000'S PRICE RANGE!
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FOR SALE!
I From small lots to large acreage or
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you're looking for.
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456 456 556
Homes For Rent Homes For Rent Homes For Sale

COLDWELL TWO 3BD/2BA 2cg, HOME FOR sale by
BANKER brick in Crestview owner cute 1400sf,
JME Realty $850. month $850. 3bd/1.5ba w/family
117 Courthouse DD and $950. month room, new roof, cov-
Terrace $950. DD 682-5333/ ered front porch,
Crestview, FL 32536 682-4341 back deck, lot
(850) 689-1515 100x200, home at
or(850) 682-5922 JANET JOHNSON end of deadend
Equal Housing Realty, Inc. 682- street $158,500. 322
Opportunity. 1800 Equal Hous- Forrest Parkway,
114 Hampton Dr ing Opportunity C restvi ew .
2bed/1.5bath 900 315 John King Road (850)375-2351
sq.ft. $600, fenced $850 rent; $850 de- (850)375-2425
yard posit. No pets!
116 Hampton Dr 194 Villacrest Drive 4BD/2BA HOME for
2bed/1.5bath 900 $995 rent; $995 de- Sale or Rent on se-
sq.ft. $600, fenced posit. No pets! cluded acre in North
yard 124 Walker Circle Crestview. $180k or
687 Valley Rd. $975 rent; $975 de- $900/mo, $900/sd.
2bed/1bath 960 posit. 682-9675 leave
sq.ft. $675, pet TWO 3BD/2BA lcg, message
w/owner approval, all appliaries, 1255 REMODELED 3/1
689 Valley Rd sq/ft $1025. plus se- 1,000sqft. perfect
3bed/1Dath 1.384 curity deposit, De- home or investment,
sqtt $800. pet cembgr free with quiet neighborhood,
w/owner approval, I.yleare ase 259-1861 $99,900 (850)642-
5365 Monterrey Rd BEDROOM No 5151.
3bed/1.5 bath I Month to
sq.ft. $81 $800. Old Be- 560
base p. ..;Rd. Crestview Land For Sale
sure.- 0277
3267' 7 1 ACRE wooded lot
3bed/2b1 t 2 ''3BD/1BA 2CG in Silver Hills Road
sq.ft.- $895- -Pet Crestvjew, $750. 150x300 $95,000.
w/owner approval, month,.$750. depos- ph. 585-8948
439 Panari i pets, no smok-
3bed/2bath:~ 1 year lease, 3 LOTS in Clear
sqft $900 510226 Creek Estates in
109 "e -" Crestview, lot 1 2.88
Dr 3e 460 acres $80,000., lot 2
sq.ft Mobile Homes For 2.66 acres, cleared
w/ow/ierpro al Rent area for home site,
206 Tiffot Ct. water meter instal-
3 bed12 b a t h 2BD/1BA VERY led, $95,000., lot 3
1,659sq.ft $995. pet nice trailer $550/mo 2.5 acres, $75,000.,
w/owner approval. $550/dd 682-8867 Clear Creek runs
105 Swaying Pine leave message through back 1/3 of
.Ct. 3bed/2bath- 3BD MOBILE Home lots, lots have been
1,415 sq.ft.- $950 1 on 1 acre lot bush hogged.
car garage. $600mo/$600dd. no (850)375-2351 or
5814 Reinke Dr. pets, References re- (85075-2425
3 b ed / 2 b a.t h quired. Call 682- 35 ACRES Borders
1,180sq.ft. $1,150 1045 daytime, or Black Water State
pool svc provided 6 8 2 2 8 8 0 Forest! Beautiful
2640 Paddock Cir. after5:00pm. mature Hardwoods,
4 b e d / 3b a t h streams and creek,
3,042sq.ft. $1,375 3BD/2BA DOUBLE- fantastic home sites
community pool WIDE mobile home. only $6,900 per
812 Travis Ct Crestview on one acre. .Owner 652-
41ef/3btfl v2558' acre $800. month ,3639
e $800. dep. 682-1 ,, F SL _
s a or 93)648-2850 FOR SALE 3.1 acre
w/owner approval or(931)648-2850 lots, each with Mo-
137 Mill Pond CV 3BR/2BA IN Mossy bile- Home on May-
5bed/3bath '2,102 Head. Available im- hair Road. Call 682-
sq.ft. $1,500- In m e d i at e I y 1045 daytime or
ground pool. $850mo/$850sd. 682-2880 after'5pm.
502 Jillian Dr. Call 850-305-7796
4bed/3bath 2,687 daytime 850-682- FOR SALE By Own-
sq.ft. $1,500, pet 3951 after 7:30pm. er 6 Hilltop acres,
w/owner approval. Clearcreek Estates
For.further informa- 464 Crestview. No trail-
tion visit www.emer- Roommates ers, horses wel-
aldcoasthomeson- Wanted come. $28,000
line.com per/acre. Call 423-
MATURE ADULT, 1234 or 758-9254.
HOUSE FOR Lease. no kids, no pets, RESIDENTIAL LOT
North of Baker 3 Br. $350/mo. plus 1/2 75ftx125ft in Down-
1.5 baths CA/H utilities, $200/dep. town Laurel Hill
Appls. large fenced avail. Dec 1st $19,900 owner 652
yard. No Pets, No 850-398-2404 3639.


Smoking. House will
accommodate a
couple and 1-2 chil-
dren. $800. month
$800. security de-
posit. Rent includes
curb side garbage
pickup and once a
Month yard mowing.
Call 537-2561 Credit
report and Ref. re-
quired.
IRENE KINGSLEY
CENTURY 21
Moulton Realty
(850) 682-3849
Rentals:
5209 Kervin single
wide mobile home,
$600.rt $600.dp
7010 Bill Luhdy 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

3BR, 2BA. Garage
CH&A new carpet,
paint. 2872 Aplin
Rd. Crestview
$800mo./$800dd.
No pets 850-834-
4767.
ALL BRICK
4bd/2ba, 2cg $1325
month, new home
(904)813-0119


554
Commercial

ANDALUSIA AL.
good location 27 unit
mini storage, rented
20 10x10, 7 5x10,
$85,000. (386)846-
1957

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.
NO MONEY
DOWN *
Free list of proper-
ties available with
no down payment.
Free recorded
message. 1-800-
831-5358, ID 1043
Keller Williams
Realty Emerald
Coast


562
Mobile Homes For
Sale

DEALER REBATE
3 Bed 2 Bath Double
wide for $430
month. Comes with
FREE Jet tub! Call
for details 850-683-
0758
FALL SALE 2 Bed
2 Bath Double wide
for $335 month. Call
850-682-4284
RED TAG CLEAR-
ANCE 3 Bed 2 Bath
only $512 month.
Ask about the stain-
less steel package.
Call 850-683-0856
for details.
LOT CLOSE OUT 4
Bed 2 Bath finished
dry wall, jet tub, fire
place, dream kitch-
en, attic only $584
month. Will not last
long only one left.
No payments until
2007! Call Clayton
Homes at 850-682-
3344
SALE 2 Bed 2 Bath
with porch for $327
month. Ask about
military discount!
Call Clayton Homes
at 850-682-334


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


Bill Spears
invites everyone to
stop by and talk
S with him about the
great deals going on
now. Bill can help
you to drive away in
a new or used
vehicle today!


Aw 7Your Silverdoado Hequrter Locally Owned & Operated
l JEU l C T 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
ifBWUUWina 682-2731


562
Mobile Homes For
Sale

HANDYMAN SPE-
CIAL 4 Bed double
wide for $15,000.
call 850-683-0758

HUGE HOLIDAY
Home 5 Bed 3 Bath
only $550 month. No
payments until 2007.
REDUCED FOR
CLEARANCE 3 Bed
2 Bath only $380
month. First come,
First serve only 3
homes left. Call Ca-
lyton Homes
850-683-0856
USED HOME ON
LAND 3 Bed 2 Bath
move in tomorrow
call for details 850-
683-0758
SAVE THOU-
SANDS lot model
sale EVERY HOME
on lot reduced! 10
different models, 1
each from 2bd/2ba
up to 4bd/3ba all
UPPER GRADE
HOMES, all come
with a 2-10 year
warranty. Choose
from 3 2006 mod-
els, 7 2007 models,
most w/2x6 outside
walls, overhead
vents, thermal pane
windows, & plywood
floors. QUALITY at
AFFORDABLE
PRICE come see us
Southern Homes
Inc. Laird Rd Hwy
90 Mossy Head,
892-2232


708
Pets

FREE TO good
home large breed
dog call John 685-
1300
LOVABLE FULL
blooded male Chi-
huahua 4 years old,
no papers, shots up
to date. $100
(850)758-1642.
RED NOSED Pitbull
puppies, all shots
and health certifi-
cates. call 259-9795

712
Lost & Found
PETS

LOST DOG: 41b.
Black male Chihua-
hua "Poppy", family
heart broken. 225-
2383


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


802
Antiques

CLOCKS FOR sale
Holland House
Grandfather Stell
mantle Clock, Ba-
varian Cuckoo Clock
Slot machines call
689-0625

804
Apparel

BEAUTIFUL WED-
DING dress, never
been worn, size 8,
veil included, $200.
obo 423-0276

806
Appliances

KENMORE EXTRA
large capacity dry-
er, $100. Amana
heavy duty dryer
$90. runs great 398-
2564
KENMORE STOVE,
dishwasher and mi-
crowave $100 each
call 537-2140
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844!!!
SEARS MAYTAG
Ensigma washer,
top of line $650 new,
large capacity, sell
$225 682-0688

810
Computers

NEW AND used lap-
top computers. start-
ing at $475., 499-
1680, e-mail nutter-
larry@hotmail.com
813
Farm & Garden

JUMBO GREEN
and boiled peanuts
Holland farm 877-
675-6876
814
Furniture

2 QUEEN mattress
sets, still in plastic,
$125. for one, $200.
for other, new black
sofa $189., loveseat
$169. call 496-0085
or 689-8995
ANTIQUE DROP
leaf table w/four
chairs, solid maple
24"x36" with leafs
down, 92"x36" with
leafs up good con-
diction $125.00 537-
4465
FOR SALE hide-a-
bed sofa $100. table
and four chairs all
wood $75. call 689-
0232
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.
GREEN COUCH
with wood trim in
good condition $150
obo 826-0445

KING PILLOWTOP
mattress and box-
spring, Serta pillow-
top alone 14" thick,
still in plastic $350.
496-0085 or 689-
8995

829
Garage Sales


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829
Garage Sales

10/14, 8-12PM,
2865 Soles Lane, off
Stillwell; kids furni-
ture; H20bed,
w/mattress, head-
board, 12 drawers;
sports; entertain-
ment center; more
BACK YARD sale
multi-family, Fri/Sat
Oct. 13/14, 8-12,
something for every-
one, 1223 Pinewood
Lane
BACK YARD sale,
Sat. Oct. 14th,
7:30am-12:00, 117
Sikes Dr. off Valley
Rd.
BIG YARD sale,
Saturday, Oct. 14th
8:00-?? 469 Jillian
Drive (Countryview
Estates)
ESTATE SALE
Fri/Sat, Oct. 13/14
8:00am-5:00pm no
early birds! lots of
stuff, tools, xmas,
etc. 107 Eagle Drive
(Foxwood Country
Club)
ESTATE SALE fur-
niture, stove over
stove, microwave,
dishwasher, dishes,
pictures, lamps,
sewing machine,
piano and swivel
stool. Leather west-
ern horse saddle-
used once, welding
machine, assorted
tools, 2000 Yamaha
Silverado Roadster
motorcycle, Pontoon
fishing boat, 8:00-
2:00 Sat. Oct. 14th,
no early birds 6105
Bud Moulton Rd.
Crestview off Lake
Silver Rd off 85
North.
GARAGE SALE
Saturday, Oct. 14th
8-12, Grandview
Heights 5592
Wheeler Place
HUGE 5-FAMILY
furniture, lots of
namebrand clothes,
tools, misc. 2149 E.
3rd Ave., Thursday-
Sunday Oct. 12-15,
7:00am-3:00pm,
682-8939
HUGE ESTATE sale
Sat. Oct.14th, 7am
to 2pm, in Holt, 4643
Main St. 1 block off
Hwy 90 Lots of fur-
niture, antiques, jew-
elry, carnival, de-
pression, Iris & H,
glassware, kitchen-
ware and tools. Too
much to list,
PLEASE no early
birds.
HUGE GARAGE
sale Sat. Oct. 14th,
from 8 till noon,
6091 Blueberry Ln.








IN BAKER, Huge
Sale, 5727 Hwy 4,
next to Gator Cafe,
Fri/Sat, Oct 13/14,
7-?, furniture, toys,
baby clothes, christ-
mas decorations,
home interior, much
more.
YARD SALE misc.
stuff and husband
cleaning out shop,
slot machine, play
station, games,
clothes, shoes, and
lots more. 5126 Key-
ser Mill Rd. Baker


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829
Garage Sales

YARD SALE Glass
table w/4 chairs cor-
ner cabinet, recliner,
clothing, misc. can-
cel if rain. 5849 Re-
inke Drive.

YARD SALE Sat.
Oct. 14th 975 E.
Chestnut Ave. 8am-
til cancel if rain

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

12 FOOT wide Intex
pool, like new, 2
pumps, 2 ladders,
cover $75. 682-8498
2 WHEELCHAIRS,
hardly used, electric,
complete with bat-
teries and chargers.
please call 218-8864
or 682-5075




















TWO CEMETERY
lots for sale in Live
Oak Park at Garden
of Prayer $1,100.
ea. Call 423-9987
leave message if no
answer.

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted

WANTED! ANTI-
QUE furniture in
need of repair 682-
0688


829
Garage Sales

YARD SALE 3131
Auburn Rd, 7am til
Oct. 13th and 14th,
3 way crib, a/c win-
dow unit with heat
strip 4 yrs old both
excellent conditioner
also a natural gas
dryer and much
much more.

LIVING ROOM
kitchen furniture,
small appliances,
bath/bedroom lin-
ens, electronics, log
splitter, piano,
books, vcr/cassette
tapes, aluminum x-
mas tree & decora-
tions, misc. 401 To-'
bago Ct., Old Bethel
Estates. Oct. 14th,
8am-lpm, no early
birds

MULTI FAMILY
yard sale bunkbeds,
daybed, glass com-
puter desk, anti-
ques, more. 5458
Hayburn St. "off Still-
well" Sat. Oct.14th.
8-2
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD sale Oct.14
7-12pm 5843 Antler
Way, lots of good
stuff
SATURDAY, OCT.
14th 8am-3pm, 5594
Pine Lake Drive,
household goods,
tools and furniture
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305.
YARD SALE at
Brickhouse, Kettle
224 N. Main St. Sat.
Oct. 14th 7am-til
YARD SALE
Fri./Sat. 9-11 Cres-
cent Ave, off Valley
Road. Stock up on
brand new clothing
for the whole family
including, large
women's sizes, plus
loads of children's
clothes, houseshoes
jackets, jeans, x-
mas dresse's, Hal-
loween items and
clothes. Assorted
Fall rugs, flowers
and glassware, le-
go's and many other
items.
MULTI-FAMILY
SALE 10/13, 10/14
6am-2pm, antique
claw foot dining ta-
ble, matching hutch,
furniture, toys, and
clothes


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1995
TRANS SpORT






Newer Engine &
Front End
A/C, Seats 6-7
GREAT TRANSPORTATION
Call Ray @
850-689-3779

CASH FOR your car
dead or alive. We al-
so clear garage,
yard sale items,
rental clearing, no
job too small. 305-
1957







2000 Nissan
Altima
Great on gas,
A/C, Good
Condition
$550000 (obo)
537-8042
or 259-5385



'02 Honda
Accord




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

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


1984 FORD
BRONCO
4x4 :
Good condition
Runs good

$2,500

689-2029














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


S-- 1996 LEGACY 172CC

WITH 1996

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with Stainless steel Pirop.
Too many extras to list.
$6,000 305-7192 or 689-0800


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$399,900 850-689-1088


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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 Sell!
$235,000 $209,900 689-3658


3BD/2BA, 1/2 acre, Privacy fence, Screened
patio, Brick, Metal roof. In town. Detached
garage, plus many extras.

$169,000P 689-2029


1996 Maxima








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


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Runs great, Cold A/C, Tow package,
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$8,00000
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904
Cars
WILL TRADE clas-
sic 1978 Ford Pick-
up short wheel base,
step side, runs
great, all original 6
cylinder automatic,
restored outside with
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wooden bed, need
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plus a 1993 Ford
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what kind of vehicle
you have to trade.

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


910
Motorcycles
HONDA 2005 CBR
600RR Black with
Grey flames. In-
cludes matching hel-
mets! Has 9500
miles. Great condi-
tion. $7500.00 Call
689-3304 or 546-
0216.

210 SOUTHGATE DRIVE



V 4BR/3BA
V 2 Car Garage
/ All Brick
V 1925 sqft
t/ 2 Screened Porches
V Handicap Accessible
758-1751
or 423-0656


910
Motorcycles

2003
SUZUKI
JR80
DIRTBIKE
like new,
garaged $1,000.
826-0431 or
689-3784

RED CAVALIER
2005 CHEVY CAVALIER
Fully loaded
Excellent condition
48,000+ miles
Selling due to Army deployment.
Call Amanda:
(850) 537-4304


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


17' CABIN
CRUISER




17' WOODEN CABIN CRUISER
CuSEon CUSHIONS & CAHVAS,
RADIO/CD-PLAu n, SWIM uADDER,
TEIEFLEX STEERING IYSTEt, GALVA-
NIlED TiAIER WITH NEW SPRINGS,
TInES, FEstDE, & BUNIS. NsEED
MINOR WOOD WORK AND OUTBOARD.
ALL FOR $1450.00
582-22111


914
Recreational


Dutchman RV




A/C, Wooden inside.
In good condition.
All electronic.
EXCELLENT FOR LONG TRIPS
$10,000
368-0066

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.


916
Sport Utility
Vehicles


'96 ISUZU RODEO
4-cylender, 5 Speed
A/C, Good Condition
Good gas mileage
$3,0000 (obo)
(850)398-2278

918
Trucks
1981 DODGE Ram
D-50, small pick-up
$1200., light blue,
manual, call 428-
9256


916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

1984 FORD
BRONCO
4x4
Good condition
Runs good
$2,500
689-2029
I-1



918
Trucks
1999 FORD Ranger,
supercab 4-door
XLT, v-6 $7500 obo
682-7188 leave
message


916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

2003 CHEVY
AVALANCHE
28k miles
Excellent Condition
Runs Great
Extra set of tires
$19,900
689-2029




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.


2005 Chevy Suburban. Gold
w/tan leather. 22,428 miles.

$27,000 (obo) 305-6688


1993 36' TRAVEL SUPREME
5TH WHEEL WITH 2 SLIDES
S' Washer/Dryer, Queen
S size bed, Microwave,
Ceramic toilet & Tile,
Hardwood floors,
Couch bed.
$14,000 (obo)
Call for app6inhftmi nt
850-859-2260


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


916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

'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

920
Vans

93 Ford Van




J E-250 RUNS GOOD
J WORK VAN
/ GooD TIRES
$2,000
850-398-5197

918
Trucks


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