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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 18, 2006
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Big Red Machine to host West Florida Classic


* More than 17 marching bands, including Crestview
and Baker, will perform this Saturday at Jack Foster
Stadium in the annual event.


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
The public is invited to join the
Big Red Machine when they host
the West Florida Classic Band


Festival this Saturday.
The annual event draws high
school marching bands from across
the Southeast to compete in vari-
ous classifications. This year, more
than 17 bands will be performing.


"This is a huge undertaking for
our band," said Big Red Machine
band director Jodie Dunn.
The logistics of putting on an
event of this magnitude is enor-
mous.
"This is a big challenge that we
look forward to each year," said
Dunn. "Parking 17 buses along
with their equipment trucks, the
security and taking care of six
judges' custodial services, it's a big


deal."
Local bands that will be compet-
ing include the Baker and
Niceville.
"This event is one of the high-
lights of our year," said Dunn. "But
not just for us. Band directors from
all over the southeast call us and
express their desire to come to
Crestview and perform."
The event starts at 2 p.m. and
will run to 8 p.m.


Vote,


Ken NielsenrrThe News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections Pat Hollarn talks to fifth-grade students in Mr. Randal Teal's class at Antioch Elementary School.

Area students taking part in local elections


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Supervisor of
Elections Pat Hollarn is on the elec-
tion campaign trail again. But this
time it's not gathering votes for
herself, but rather helping
Okaloosa school students better
understand our country's election
process.
"We don't teach civics in our.
classrooms like we used to," said
Hollarn, herself a school teacher
for 22 years. "This is my attempt to
give the students a better idea of
how our election process works."
With the creation of her Kids
Vote, Too program in 1989, the
proactive election official, with the
help of the school district has been
on a mission to get students excit-
ed about their future right to vote.
"Our right to vote is so impor-
tant," said Hollam. "My hope is
that students will become familiar,


Early voting will again be available for'the November 7
general election beginning Oct. 23 and continue until
Nov. 4.
Hours of early voting operation are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Saturday. Two locations are avail-
able, one in Crestview at the Bob
Sikes Library and another in
Fort Walton Beach at the
Northwest Florida Fairgrounds.


For more uiiormation about the
upcoming general elecon visit the
Supervisor of ElectorLs wvebsite at
www.govole-okaloosa.com.
or call 689-5600.


accustomed, excited and have a
better understanding of our demo-
cratic process through this pro-
gram."
Poll workers that now work for
Hollarn during election time were


once students that participated in
the Kids Vote, Too program.
"We have several young people
that work at the polling stations
that have told me they remember
the Kids Vote, Too program."


Hollarn's message is still hitting
home with many young students.
"I'm learning a lot about vot-
ing," said Antioch Elementary fifth
grade student Foster Lux. "I've
learned that it's important to vote,
because if we don't then someone
else will, and we may not like the
person who won.".
After listening to Hollarn's dis-
cussion about the history of voting
in America, fifth grader Eva
Valverde had a better understand-
ing of the privilege of voting.
"No matter of their color or reli-
gion, everyone should have the
right to vote," said Valverde.
The program has developed
into a six-week timetable that
includes a website with resources
and curriculum guides for teach-
ers. It culminates with students
voting via the Internet on election
day.
See VOTE, page 8A


Future


VA clinic


breaks


ground

John Parrott
News Bulletin Military Reporter
EGLIN AFB Weather was
against the symbolic spade of earth
to break ground for the new
Veterans Administration Clinic, but
those in attendance at the indoor
Air Force Armament Museum cere-
mony heard what they have long
wanted to hear.
Keynote speaker for the event
was William McLemore, deputy
assistant secretary for
Intergovernmental and
International Affairs. McLemore, a
decorated Vietnam War veteran,
talked about the need for the clinic
and gave thanks to Congressman
Miller for the effort he made.
"All of you can thank
Congressman Miller," McLemore
said, leading the applause, and
when it came time for him to speak,
Miller talked about how difficult it
is to get things done in
Washington. He received rousing
applause when he said, "...but we
have it, and it is about time."
Veterans have looked for, fought
for and begged for a veterans clinic
in the area for decades, but have
always been forced to go to
Pensacola, the nearest veterans
medical clinic for outpatient treat-
ment. Thankfully that will soon
end.
A $5.44 million state-of-the-art
medical facility is to be constructed
on 10 acres of government-donated
land adjacent to Eglin Regional
Military Hospital, and just outside
Eglin's main base. The clinic will be
16,000 square feet of floor space,
and be staffed by 35 full time med-
ical doctors, nurses and techni-
cians. It is conservatively estimated
that 8,000 patients will use the facil-
ity in its first year of operation. It
will be open from 8:a.m. until 4:30
p.m. Monday through Friday.
Construction is to commence
immediately, and the target date
for completion is late autumn of
2008.
Local veterans and service orga-
nizations such as the American
Legion, AmVets and Veterans of
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a Through the GED Plus program, citizens can
now join the National Guard without a high
school diploma or a GED.


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Enlistment trends are
changing for one branch of
service.
The National Guard now
offers GED training after
signing on for service.
"They're actually taking
the applicant without a GED
or a high school diploma,"
explained Sgt. 1st Class


Markus Paridon, who works
at the National Guard
Armory in Crestview.
Paridon said the enlist-
ment changes have allowed
the service to reach a new
group of people that it was
missing.
"There are so many qual-
ified applicants who are
willing to serve for one rea-
son or another," he said.
"We were just missing a


huge number of people out
there."
Despite nationwide
retention trends, the local
Crestview National Guard
has seen a steady level of
devoted servicemen and
women.
About four to five people
sign up for National Guard
training in Okaloosa County
each month. Typically,
males between the ages of
17 to 26 are enlisting.
However, recent policy
changes allow for persons
up to 42 years of age to
enlist.


The GED Plus program
has had a 95 percent success
rate since its inception near-
ly five months ago.
Paridon said the training
is an added incentive that
makes communities better
places to serve and work.
We're offering military
and job skills training,"
Paridon said. "Then we're
turning them back into the
community to serve as a cit-
izen soldier."
The Crestview armory is
going through a complete
transformation, including a
remodeling process and a


unit change.
"We've been a signal unit
for the last 15 to 20 years,"
Paridon said. "Now we're
going to an engineering
unit. That's going to open
up more technical jobs for
the Crestview area."
The National Guard also
offers paid college tuition
and sign-on bonuses.
For more information
about joining the National
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Nasty weather blows through
Ken Nielsen Meteorologist Allen Strum, is now moving towards the
Crestview News Bulletin an area of low pressure that eastern seaboard."
developed earlier this week Strum went on to say that
High winds and rain caused Tuesday's nasty for the most part the rain
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Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
A Niceville man wanted
for grand theft auto was
apprehended in Crestview
Tuesday.
George Lomax "Jody"
Cain, 38, was taken into
custody at the Thrifty
Food Store on south
Wilson Street Tuesday
afternoon by Crestview
Police Investigator Jamie
Grant.
According to the sher-
iff's department arrest
report, Cain refused to
return a 2004 Volkswagen
Passat belonging to his sis-
ter, Amy Cain, after she
allowed him to borrow it
earlier this month.
Sheriff's investigators
working on the case got a
tip that Cain was going to
the Thrifty Food Store
Tuesday to cash a check
and notified the Crestview


Ken NielsenTre News Bulletin
The Crestview Police Department's lead Investigator
Lieutenant Jamie Grant, detains Jody Cain of Niceville at
the Thrifty Food Store In Crestview Tuesday afternoon. The
Okaloosa County Sheriff's Department wanted Cain for
grand theft auto. Sheriff's deputies arrived moments after
Grant nabbed Cain and took him Into custody.


Police Department to be on
the lookout for him.
Investigator Grant


apprehended Cain in the
store's parking lot shortly
after he arrived.


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
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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.
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Oct. 23 through Saturday, Nov.
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WEDNESDAY
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Democracy marching forward:
Violence and progress
co-exist in Iraq

Maj. Gen. William B. Caldwell, IV

One year ago, on October 15, 2005, nearly 10
million Iraqis more than 63 percent of registered
voters cast their ballots in a referendum to
approve the Iraqi Constitution. It was a stirring
display of the Iraqis' desire for democracy.
If a constitution is a blueprint for building an
effective government, last October's 80 percent
approval of the document propelled Iraq down the
path towards responsive, democratic leadership.
In December, an even higher number of Iraq's
citizens twelve million voted in
constitutionally-mandated elections that filled
Iraq's Council of Representatives with a
representative mix of Shia, Sunni, Kurd, and other
candidates. Three months later, 275 members were
sworn to four-year terms. By May, Prime Minister
Nouri Al-Maliki, a Shiite, President Jalal Talabani, a
Kurd, and Vice President Tariq Al-Hashimi, a
Sunni, had become Iraq's first democratically
elected leaders in 50 years.
Since those early days of democratic
governance, Iraqis have confronted new challenges
to their security and prosperity. After January's
elections, countless voters grew impatient as their
elected representatives took months to agree upon
the country's leaders. Sectarian violence, sparked
by the February bombing of the Samarra mosque,
continues to sow fear and division in Iraq. Today,
the Maliki government though barely over four
months old- is struggling to provide the levels of
security and basic services that Iraq's citizens
expect.
Yet Iraq's framework for governance is holding.
Passing the Regions Law, which establishes
procedures for the formation of regions, is a recent
example of the type of compromise in Iraq's
current system. It is tempting to see this law as a
sign of potential disintegration, but the Iraqi
Constitution recognized and accounted for the
possibility of forming regions. In representative
bodies throughout the world, debates over the
balance of power between central and regional
governments are common. That Iraq has begun its
own debate and built into it a year and a half of
deliberation is encouraging. Iraq's elected leaders
are abiding by their political processes within the
framework of the Constitution.
Iraq's Council has met 47 times, and is already
addressing the country's most pressing and
potentially divisive issues. Besides the Regions
Law, it recently passed the Fuel Import
Liberalization Law, which is designed to thwart
black market sales, improve fuel supplies, and
reduce corruption. This legislation will open that
lucrative sector to private investment, and will take
effect by the end of year.
Additionally, the Council recently passed an
Investment Law giving financial incentives for
foreign investment. The law is similar to a regional
Kurdistan law that has sparked an investment
boom in that region. Next, the Council will tackle
perhaps its toughest challenge: a Hydrocarbon
Law to ensure fair distribution of oil revenues -
and further assure Sunnis that the Iraqi
government recognizes their needs.
There are tough challenges still to address.
Militias remain a top concern and it will be
through reconciliation forums and negotiations
-currently ongoing-that a solution will emerge.
A recent report painted a grim picture of Iraq's
government, describing meetings between Prime
Minister Maliki and Shia and Sunni leaders that
inevitably ended in shouting and finger-pointing,
with each side blaming the other for the security
problems. But this vigorous disagreement is a
hopeful sign. Leaders on both sides blame each
other, but continue their dialogue. Their priority is
the same to stop the violence and their
disagreement is not over the problem, but the best
solution. Perseverance under such circumstances
constitutes democracy at its best.
Violence and progress coexist in Iraq. As the
violence continues against security forces and
innocent Iraqis during the Muslim holy month of
Ramadan, it is easy to look at the rise in casualties
and decide that Iraq is getting worse. The violence
is indeed disheartening. But as we look at Iraq one
year into its new constitution, we see a nation
whose government is acting the way a democracy
should: with deliberation, decisiveness, and
strength.

Maj. Gen. William B. Caldwell, IV is spokesman for
the Multi-National Force-Iraq and is based in
Baghdad.


WHAT'S YOUR OPINION?
We encourage our readers to write to us at any ,
time with their thoughts. Opinions may be mailed, I
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, and day and
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 or fax it to (850) 682-2246.


LETTERS

TO THE EDITOR


For too long, now, we
all have heard the
perception of the
populace that we, in
Crestview and its
immediate
surroundings, have a
traffic problem. Perhaps
I am like the ostrich, or
it is because I was born
and raised in the third
largest city in the
Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania (at the
time), or maybe it is
because I lived and
drove in large
metropolitan areas, such
as Columbus, Ohio,
Philadelphia, or
Washington, but I do not
hold this perception.
Yes, at times there are
streams of cars lined up
on "South 85" and it
takes a few minutes to
get through an
intersection on a Friday
afternoon. But, is this a
"traffic problem"?
We do not have a
"traffic problem"! What
we have is a "people
problem." We have too
many folks, each and
every one, in separate
vehicles, all trying to get
from Point A to Point B
at the same time and
using the same
thoroughfare.
Translated, this means
that we have more
vehicles occupying the
same space at the same
time, and things are


My
Opinion

Bob
Allen

going to bunch up. Add
in a few "fender
benders" or an
emergency vehicle run
and you have virtual
chaos.
Is there a solution to
this problem? Yes. Is it
that we need to lengthen
Rasberry Road past
Lowe's and out to Arena
Road? No!
Look at the traffic
buildup on South 85 on
Friday afternoon. Where
is W "congestionlahd *a
where does it become
less of a bottleneck? My
experience is that it is in
the neighborhood of the
Ryan's restaurant. If this
is the case, what good
will a new road past
Lowe's do? It will only
serve to reduce the
traffic "through town,"
traffic that is already in
the throes of dissipating.
But, wait! In the past
few weeks I got wind
that there is going to be
a new motel built near
Dollar General! Add to
that, there are plans to
build a five-story hotel
behind Ryan's! And, if
this isn't enough, there is
talk of putting a mall to


Important phone numbers


City of Crestview
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
City Clerk
Janice Young
(850) 682-1560
Public Services Director
General "Jr." Cox
(850) 682-0356 or
(850) 682-6132
Administrative Services
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Michael Wing
(850) 689-1618 or
(850) 689-1619
Crestview Fire Chief
Joe Traylor
(850) 682-6121


John Parrott
Military Reporter


Parks & Recreation
(850) 682-4715
Robert L.F. Sikes
Public Library
(850) 682-4432
Crestview Housing
Authority
Sam Brunson
682-2413 or 682-5025
FAX 689-4559

Okaloosa County Officials
Commission Chairman
Bill Roberts
651-7515
Commissioners
Don Amunds,
Elaine Tucker,
James Campbell,
Sherry Campbell
651-7105
County Administrator
Jim Curry
651-7515
Asst. County Administrator
Donna Miller
689-5007


the west, near the flea
market!
Now, how is all that
traffic going to get
there? You guessed it!
Right past Ryan's; right
through the intersection
that is the "bottleneck."
Now, I am not a civil
engineer, nor a traffic
planner, but in my
opinion the solution to
this traffic dilemma is to
reduce the number of
vehicles trying to get
through the intersection
under discussion. This
can happen in several
ways, any one of which
can take place in a
reasonable amount of
time. First, HOV (High
Occupancy Vehicle)
lanes can be built to h
speed up movement and
to encourage several
individuals to ride
together, thus reducing
the number of vehicles.
Second, public
transportation direct to
the larger employers in
the south part of the
county can be provided,
although this would
require riders to forego
their own "space" and to
sit along side a total
stranger! Third, vehicles
now wanting to turn on
to P. J. Adams or to go
directly through the city
could be redirected
around traffic if
Rattlesnake Bluff Road
was leveled and paved,


and a bridge was built
across the river to
connect P. J. Adams in
the vicinity of the
Antioch Elementary
School.
Supposedly, we have
had a number of studies
concerning this problem.
Reportedly, City Council
has been working with a
U. S. Senator for almost
two years. And, finally,
thanks to a lobbyist from
Andalusia, a provision
has been placed in the
federal budget for
additional study. But,
nothing more has been
done, and the influx of
new neighbors is already
underway. We are
almost as bad off as
"Nedo~bhe emperor who
fiddled while Rome
burned! Instead of
doing something, we are
still "studying" the
problem!
I once was told,
"Don't just sit there! Do
something, even if it is
wrong. But, do
something." Harkening
back to driving in the
hills of Pennsylvania,
one soon learns that in
icy conditions there is
no sense to spin one's
wheels. I am afraid that
we are doing just that!

Bob Allen is a resident of
the Crestview area and a
retired member of the
United States Air Force.


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Crestview News Bulletin / PAGE 5A


Pet perks for Crestview


Mari Settles ) Stagey elific own "The Dog House," Crestview's own pet supply
locate off Joh ri Roa The jtor9 has been opened for two weeks. Its hours are 10 a.i
Cityl.i Monday through Saturday.
Ci tyhig Dorcas fire department

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Crestview has gone to the dogs and cats
with its own pet supply store, The Dog
House.
Crestview area pet owners have rea-
son to bark.
The Dog House is now open in
Crestview. Located just off John King
Road next to the Pet Laundry, the pet sup-
ply store is now the central location for
pet owners, who no longer have to drive
to neighboring cities for pet supplies.
Two friends who have a kindred spirit
for puppy love started planning to open
the store in August.
The owners, Maria Settles and Stacey
Elliott, attended an August car show in
Crestview. They were spreading the word
about Emerald Coast Golden Retriever
Rescue, a non-profit group Elliott heads
to find homes for needy golden retriev-
ers. Settles is the foster home coordinator
for the group.
While at the car show, they came to the


conclusion that Crestview needs a pet
supply store.
"People in Crestview who own pets
shouldn't have to travel to Fort Walton or
Destin to buy pet supplies," said Elliott.
"That's when it started. We did this in
seven weeks."
The store, now two weeks old, is cur-
rently focusing on dog and cat supplies.
The owners will stock products for other
pets as they discover the needs of area pet
owners.
"We're waiting for people to come in
with other pets and tell us what they're
looking for," Elliott said.
Currently, they have Science Diet and
Nutro dog food for all breed types. They
also carry pet jewelry, collars, clothes and
costumes, treats and soft and hard chew
toys.
They also carry Frontline and Capstar
flea prevention medication, tape worm
tablets and pet beds.
The store's hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
Monday through Saturday. For more
information, call 689-1064.


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hydrant locations. The coun-
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supply a tear sheet when dis-
patching calls.
Out of the seven fire dis-
tricts mn the north Okaloosa
area considering changing to
the city's dispatch center,
only Dorcas chose to do so.


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motes a donation drive for Crestview High School. Every time shoppers pur-
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LOCAL NEWS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2006


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My family is
poisoning me!
Recently, a Crestview man
called the sheriff's office
because he was worried that
his family might be poison-
ing him.
The origin of the poison,
he believes, was in his crack
cocaine.
The man called and told
the deputy that he believed
his family was putting poison
in his crack cocaine because
every time he smoked it his
heart rate rapidly increased
and he felt "strange."
This is not a joke to make
some people seem more
absurd and bizarre than they
really are. This really hap-
pened.
The deputy went to the
man's house. He was obvi-
ously high, very confused
and disturbed by the thought
that his family could be lac-
ing his crack cocaine with
some poison. Oh, let's ven-
ture a guess. Could the crack
be laced with crack? That
might be the problem.
The deputy was invited
into his home. While there, he
noticed that the man was
holding a crack pipe. He
asked him to put it down on
the table.
The deputy searched the
man but didn't find any
crack. The man then began to
act crazy He started accusing
his brother of flushing his
crack down the toilet. He
began to act so crazy that the
deputy had to restrain him
and place him in his patrol
car.


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While there, the deputy's
civilian ride-along observed
that the man began to beat
his head against the bars in
the patrol car. His heart was
racing and he started hyper-
ventilating.
At that point, the deputy
called EMS to transport the
man to the hospital where he
was treated for the drug-
related incident.

Confessions of a des-
perate thief
Recently, a Crestview man
was involved in a traffic
crash that spurred a confes-
sion.
The single car crash
occurred one evening. A
deputy was called to the
scene.
When he arrived, the man
behind the wheel of the car
approached him with his
hands in the air.
He confessed to the officer,
"I did it, I wrecked the car
and I don't have a driver's
license." He continued, "I've
been drinking and I stole the
car."
He went on to tell the
deputy that he took the car
without permission.
The confession reached its
climax when he begged the
deputy to take him to jail.
As you wish.
The deputy arrested the
man, shortly after he was
taken to the hospital for
minor injuries. He was
charged with grand theft.
The owner of the car was
notified that the car had been
involved in an auto accident.


O CRIME REPORTS


City of Crestview
crime reports
10/4: Melissa Lyn Simmons,
age 24, of 161 West North
Avenue, Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine within
a 1000 feet of a church. William
Robert Kimmons, age 37, of 161
West North Avenue, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
cocaine within 1000 feet of a
church.
10/5: Ryian A. Peterson, age
21, of 6033 Flamingo Road,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session .of a controlled sub-
stance, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia. *
Jrod M. Adkinson, age 22, of
7395 Old River Road, Baker, was
charged with four counts of larce-
ny-petit theft.
10/6: Benjamin E Mack, age
34, of 405 Edney West Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with dri-,
ving while his license was sus-
pended. Kenyatta Johney
Beckfacd, age 24, of 206 West
Bowers Avenue, Crestview, was
charged with possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon. *
Georgelee Houstion Hinton, age


20, of 659 West Griffith Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of a controlled substance
and possession of under, 20
grams of marijuana.
10/11: Eden Noel Crockett,
age 19, of 133 Villacrest Drive,
Crestview, was issued a notice to
appear on the offense of posses-
sion of alcohol by a person under
21. Whitney Megan Langley,
age 18, of 950 Mayo Trail,
Crestview, was issued a notice to
appear on the offense of posses-
sion of alcohol by a person under
21. lan Michael Ellsworth, age
19, of 111 Hollow Cove,
Crestview, was issued a notice to
appear on the offense of posses-
sion of alcohol by a person under
21.
10/13: Nikki L Little, age 28,
of 748 Amos Street, Crestview,
was charged with driving while
her license was suspended. *
Harvey J Brundidge, age 18, of
104C Brentwood Lane,
Crestview, was issued a notice to
appear on the offense of retail
theft. Joseph Daniel Talbot,
age 20, of 922 Cannon Drive,
Laurel Hill, was charged with two
counts of retail theft. Nemiah
Liam Barnett, age 20, of 163 Oak


Terrace Drive, Crestview, was
issued a capias on the offenses
of kidnapping of a child-inflict
bodily harm and battery-touch or
strike. Jeremiah L. Berry, age
23, of 116 Laurel Oak Terrace
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with culpable negligence and
child abuse-intent act could
expect physical/mental injury. *
Andrew Eric McDonald, age 22,
of 117 Kennedy Drive, was
charged with one count each of
retail theft, resisting merchant,
resisting an officer and violation
of injunction. Michael J.
Dawsey, age 18, of 513 South
Lincoln Street, Crestview, was
charged with battery-touch or
strike. William Jay Jones, age
37, of 5404 Hilton Lane, Baker,
was charged with possession of a
controlled substance.
10/14: Johnny R. Mooney,
age 63, of 511 23rd Street,
Panama City, was .charged with
disorderly intoxication.
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
10/5: Ryan Dean Langley,
age 26, of 6256 Possum Ridge
Road, Crestview, was charged
with possession of greater than


20 grams of marijuana.
10/7: A 15-year-old juvenile,
of Baker, was charged with grand
theft and burglary to conveyance.
* A 15-year-old juvenile, of Baker,
was charged with grand theft. *
Clarence Lee Robbins, age 19, of
101 North Lloyd Street,
Crestview, was charged with
grand theft of a vehicle.
10/8: Jeffery Allen Barnhill,
age 37, of 5751 Old River Road,
Baker, was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine, resisting an
arrest without violence and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia. *
Timothy Flynn, age 49, of 102
North Main Street, Crestview,
was charged with false imprison-
ment and trespassing after warn-
ing.
10/9: John Tracey Horak II,
age 24, of 674 East Brock Street,
Crestview, was charged with for-
gory and uttering forged instru-
ment. Troy Anthony Delima,
age 28, of 333 John King Road,
Crestview, was charged with
domestic battery and child abuse.
10/10: A 14-year-old juvenile,
of Baker, was charged, per a
Santa Rosa County warrant, with
grand theft auto and fraudulent
illegal use of credit card.


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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.
EGLIN OFFICERS WIVIES
CLUB will meet Thursday
November 16, at the Eglin
Officers Club. Social will begin at
11 am and lunch will be served
at 11:30 am. The program will be
Jim Moore storyteller. Please
call Marilyn Bassett at 897-2369
by November 9 for reservations.
ADVENTURE CLUB meets
several times a month. For more
information call Clarice Habinck
at 850-581-4591 or email frek-


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The GOLD WING ROAD
RIDERS ASSOCIATION
(GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0,
meets at the Ryan's steakhouse
on North Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview, across from Wal-
Mart. Every third Saturday morn-
ing for breakfast at 8 a.m. and
business at 9 a.m. Dedicated to
the group motto "Friends for fun,
safety, and knowledge," mem-
bers enjoy the freedom of
belonging to a nonprofit, nonreli-
gious, and nonpolitical organiza-
tion. There are over 80,000
members worldwide, and all
motorcycles and owners are ,
welcome to join. For information,
call Wes Davis at 892-0318 or


Jack Birge at 682-3650.
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TER, FLORIDA TRAIL ASSO-
CIATION: For more details on
any events, visit the group's web
site at http://westgate.florida-
trail.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, November 4, at
8:00 a.m. Join the Western Gate
Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association for a hike on the Titi
Creek Trail. Free. Contact leader
for'details at (850) q39-0966.
Saturday, November 4, at
8:00 a.m. Volunteers needed by


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Florida Trail Association for a
work hike on the Garcon Point
Trail. Contact leader for details
at (850) 623-1646.
PENSACOLA VOLKS-
MARCH CLUB. Walking &
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at 7:00 p.m. every third Tuesday
of the month at Founaris
Brothers Restaurant. Visitors
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Home and Community
Education members are volun-
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Sciences program of the
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Okaloosa County. Helping
Florida families meet the practi-
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remains one of the goals of the
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) SOCIAL CLUBS I MEETINGS


682-3118.
The SONS OF CONFED-
ERATE VETERANS hold meet-
ings at Sonny's in Crestview.
The public may attend. Call Jack
Bonham at 862-3891 for infor-
mation.
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 Caf6 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
is an international non-profit
support group for at-home moth-
ers, 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 meetings
with speakers and discussions,
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 meet-
ings are held every third Friday
of the month at the Epiphany
Episcopal Church, 424 Garden
St., Crestview at 9:30 a.m. The
meeting is open to mothers of all
ages that are residents of
Crestview. Please contact
Membership Vice President
Joelle Curcio at 758-6187 or
email at Joelle96@cox.net for
more information.
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 contact
Penny Byrditar62-2544.
-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 meeting and workshop
at New Bethel UMC, 5894 Hwy
85, from 7-9 p.m.
Beginners and experienced
are welcome to join. For more
information, contact Bill at
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 COUNTY
For more information, contact
Chuck Licari at 850-243-6696.
THE DEFUNIAK SPRINGS
DANCE ASSOCIATION has line
dance classes for beginners on
Monday nights at the DeFuniak
Springs Community Center from
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for begin-
ners, and from 8 to 9 dancing
only (no teaching). For more
information contact Rodney
Ryals at (850) 892-2562, 892-
bers), or e-mail him at opvnkv-
rakko @ gdsys.net.
SPANISH TRAIL CRUIS-
ERS has released their calendar
of events.
October 21 Annual Fun in
the "Son" / October 28 Car
Show in Downtown Opp /
November 11 End of Summer
Blowout.

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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18. 2006


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Antioch Elementary fifth grade students Foster Lux, left,.
and Eva Valverde, listen intently to Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections Pat Hollarn at an assembly during
the kick-off week of the Kids Vote, Too, program.


VOTE, from page 1
"We have around 30,000.
students registering and vot-
ing each year," said Hollarn.
This year the elementary
students will have a mock
ballot that will include the
local Superintendent of
Schools race, the Florida
gubernatorial race, and the
Florida U.S. Senate race.
Randal Teal is a fifth grade
teacher at Antioch
Elementary. He said he
appreciates all that Hollam is
doing, and is taking advan-
tage of the website and its
resources.
"We began the Kids Vote,
Too campaign with a couple
of days of discussion. about
-the various political parties
in our country," said Teal.
"Students filled out voter
registration forms and chose
a political party to be affiliat-
ed with. It's been very inter-


testing .to listen to -.t'.stu-
derit's disc#sions about the
differences between the
Republicans and the
Democrats,f said Teal with a
smile. "It's Obvious they pick
a lot of information up at
home."
Since being elected as the
Supervisor, of Elections in.
1988, Hotllim said that she
has found a la ck of voting'
enthusiasm in adults, pri-
marily those from the late
1970's and 1980's that may
have not been exposed to
civics classes while in
school.
Part of Hollarn's Kids
Vote, Too program includes
personal visits to many of the
district's schools. She meets
with students of all ages and
discusses the history of our
democracy and tells the stu-
dents about some of the new


innovations that she has
implemented to make our
election experience more
enjoyable and efficient.
One of those innovations
is early voting. During that
period voters have an oppor-
tunity to use modem TSX
touch screens that make vot-
ing more user friendly, espe-
cially for the disabled.
"We had nearly 5,000 peo-
ple participate in the early
voting for the primary in
September," said Hollar. "It
ran flawlessly. I hope to
increase the number for the
general election in
November,"
Early voting fop the Nov. 7
General Electioni ~ill begin
Oct. 23 and continue until
-Nov. 4.
Hollarn has a theory as to
why voter turn out has been
so low over the past few


yeprs.
"We are no longer the age
of information but rather the
age of information over-
load," said Hollar. "Voters
are barraged with imperson-
alized form letters and com-
plicated automated phone
messages from candidates. I
think this has in some ways
detached the voter from the
process."
:She hopes her efforts
through the Kids Vote, Too
program will change that
mind set.
"I hope by getting the kids
involved now, we will see a
greater respect and enthusi-
asm for our election process,
" Hollarn said.
On Nov. 7, Okaloosa
County voters will, again
have the opportunity and
privilege to cast their votes in
the 2006 general election.


VA, from page 1A
Foreign Wars have been
actively lobbying for a VA
outpatient clinic in the area
for two generations. The first
call came right after World
War II, but it and many oth-
ers that followed were
ignored until 2001, when
newly elected Congressman
Miller began exploring the
possibility.
At one point Crestview
was in the running as a likely
spot, and through the office
of Mayor Whitehurst, several
land offers were made. In the
end, the Eglin site was cho-
sen, and as Miller stated later,
"This was the best choice due
to its dose proximity to Eglin
Regional Hospital."
No one could argue that
point, because a VA clinic
next door to the hospital
lends itself to expansion.
something Miller touched on
when asked about the loca-
tion and the rationale behind
it.
"I can easily see a VA hos-


pital here in the future," ,;: ._ *'.r*-.
Miller said. '
The closest VA inpatient
facility is located in Biloxi,
Mississippi, and considering
the growing number of mili- .
tary veterans there, it is a dis-
tinct possibility the site could
be expanded to a full service
VA hospital in the future.
For now though, the VA
clinic is a done deal. As many' .
veterans explained, "It was
about time." And how right
they are. -:
"The rapid growth of the
area and the large number of
retired, active duty, guard..
and reservists in the area was.
one of the primary factors in-
putting the clinic he(m-c -ta :. nu
Eglin)," said Charles SepwK I" "I "iwfb it da.. tae lH a
director of the VA Gulf Coast l IN a n artists' rendering of VAit.w hih will be 1Ited dacmnt to tglin Regional Hospital.
Veterans Health Cam Incoenidence and cost was tripp. ..a W der aand have a rapidly, agiig group the growing number of mili-
System. 'Another factor was ihot the only thing hindering mord IW..tr~ was too of veterans s ho find travel tarv veterans, we knew this
converuence for those who their travel to and from hard oaitthem Co igreman more and mote difficult who clinic was needed and need-
seek VA medical assistance, medical visits to Pensacola. Miller 'ab- t; at he -was have been forced to make ed now."
because it reduces travel Their medical condition adamrart~arhWi-eply on that the round tri' to Pensacola. It is doubtful any area
time." played a huge role in how subject. "Thiudis what this is And with th4 rapid growth veteran would argue that
As our veterans age; they were able to make the about," said' Miller. "We of this area, coupled with point.


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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.


parties are welcome to attend.
For information about the
meeting or FACFM, contact
Sharon Yeago at (386) 454-3950.
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.
EMERALD COAST
CHILDREN'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 apologiae4
this inconvenience. ., '
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
organization!
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 permission is
required for anyone age 14 17.
Call 850-315-0255 or email
johorne@cox.net for more
information.
Mensa is an organization open
to anyone who scores in the top
two percent on an accepted,
standardized intelligence test.
For more information 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,
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October 28th, 2006.


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Newlyweds Vicki and Lonnie Miller honeymooned in
the Western Carribean.
Vicki G. Paul, of Samson, Ala., and Lonnie Miller, of
Crestview, Fla., were married in a sunset wedding on
Sept. 9, 2006 on the beach at Jetty East, Destin, Fla.
The bride is the daughter of Tom and LeVinuia Grimes
of Crestview. The groom's parents are Selma and James
Cosson of Crestview:and Mr. and Mrs. JB Miller of
Keystone Heights, Fla.
The double-ring ceremony was presided over by Rev,
Sam Totten. A sand ceremony symbolizing the uniting of
the families was held with the bride, groom and their,
children
Vicki was escorted by her father. She was attended by
her daughter, Tori Paul, as maid of honor and Ashley
Miller of Tallahassee, and Danie Miller of Crestview,
daughters of the groom; Stephanie Sanders, sister of the
groom; and Jacey Sanders, niece of the groom, and both
of Crestview.
Attending the groom as best man was his son,
Zachary Miller and Rick Gaines of Ft. Drum, N.Y., and
Nicky Grimes of Gainesville, Fla., brothers of the bride;
Robby Gaines of Ft. Drum, and Drake Gaines of
Louisville, Ky., nephews of the bride; Matt Sanders,
nephew of the groom, and Jay Sanders, brother-in-law of
the groom, and both of Crestview. The flowerboy was
Logan Gaines of Atlanta, Ga., nephew of the bride.
The special guest at the ceremony was the bride's
grandmother, Bertha Williams of Enterprise, Ala.
The reception was held in the Anchor Room at Jetty
East.
The couple honeymooned on a cruise of the Western
Caribbean. They will make their home in Alabama.


Okaloosa Saves completes third year


University of Florida Extension
IFAS partnered with Okaloosa $aves,
a "community coalition designed to
encourage children to "build wealth,
not debt."
Okaloosa $aves just completed
their third annual "Teach Children to
Save" event, wherein 186 youths
made 231 deposits totaling $16,941.28.
From the names of students who
entered, six youths were drawn and
awarded $100 savings bonds.
NEW of Florida provided funds for
the savings bonds. Presentation of the
awards to students was made by Sue
Vonderheide and Crestview
Commissioner Sherry Campbell in
the large break area.Attendees
include the students' parents and
Beach Community Bank representa-
tives.


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Exciting activities and stellar line up announced for 72nd Annual
Pensacola Interstate Fair


PENSACOLA, FLA. The
72nd annual Pensacola
Interstate Fair is back in 2006
with'fun-filled rides, mouth-
watering food, exhibits and
more shows than ever before
daily from Thurs., Oct. 19
through Sunday, Oct. 29. Back
this year is also an exciting star
line up featuring headliners
such as Skid Row, Jeff Bates
and SHeDAISY daily from
Thurs., Oct. 19 through Sat.,
Oct. 28.
Fair visitors can enjoy
Circus Maximus, a petting zoo
and Amazing Animal
Adventures. Especially for the
youngest visitors, Dora the
Explorer will be at the Fair live
from 6-9 p.m. on Mon., Oct. 23.
Fair staples including live-
stock auction, fine arts
exhibits, antiques and col-
lectibles, woodcarving and
photographic art exhibition
will be back as well. Premium
awards for the fair total more
than $100,000 and are given to
exhibit winners each year.
Also, the Progress through
Education program offers stu-


dents, who have in some way
participated in the fair, $40,000
in scholarships.
This year's star line up
kicks off at 6:30 p.m. on Thurs.,
Oct. 19 with EndingsEdge fol-
lowed at 8 p.m. with Revel.
Recent winners of the WABB
97 FM's "Local Music
Smackdown," Revel played at
the Florida Music Festival in
Orlando, joined by Endings
Edge as the only other band
from the Pensacola area to
earn a spot at the mammoth
industry party.
Metal fans and adrenalin
junkies -. get ready for some
hard rocking music with Quiet
Riot at 6:30 on Friday, Oct. 20
followed by Skid Row at 8
p.m.
Nicknamed after his debut
album, "Rainbow man" Jeff
Bates will return to the Fair's
entertainment stage at 7:30
p.m. on Sat., Oct. 21.
Singer/songwriter Trent
Tomlinson is one of those rare
performers whose music is as
straight-ahead and unpreten-
tious as he is. Dance to his


heavy rockin' country songs
and sway to his heart-charging
ballads at 7:30 p.m. on Mon.,
Oct. 23 at the Pensacola
Interstate Fair.
At 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
Oct. 24, the country duo
Bomshel unites powerhouse
singer Buffy Lawson with
fiery fiddler Kristy O. Alone,
both guaranteed to be the
most colorful women in any
room they enter.
Jimmie Van Zant Band will
hit the Pensacola Interstate
Fair's entertainment stage at
7:30 p.m. on Wed., Oct. 25.
Listen to one of this year's
most played country songs -
"Wherever you are" live at
7:30 p.m. on Thurs., Oct. 26. as
Texas country-rocker Jack
Ingram hits the stage backed
by his Beat Up Ford Band.
Jack's high-energy live shows
are legendary, and Texas
music icon Billy Joe Shaver
calls him "one of the best per-
formers around."
SHeDAISY, also known'as
"Sisters K," have been singing
together for probably almost


as long as they can remember.
The stunning Kristyn, Karli
and Kassidy Osborn will
enchant visitors of the
Pensacola Interstate Fair at
7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 27.
Three of country music's
most powerful bands,
Blackhawk, Little Texas and
Restless Heart, have joined
together as "Triple Threat" to
bring their platinum-selling
music on a U.S. tour. "Triple
Threat" will perform at 7:30
p.m. on Sat., Oct. 28 in a 90-
minute show at the fair-
grounds' entertainment stage.
Shows at the Pensacola
Interstate Fair are always free
with the price of admission.
Admission is $9 for everyone
12 years and older, $4 for chil-
dren 4 through 11. Children 3
or younger are admitted free.
Advanced discounted tickets
are available online at
www.pensacolafair.com or
through AmSouth Bank.
Parking is $4.
For more information, call
(850) 944-4500 or visit
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the entire family, with
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hanr crafts, and a stagger-
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let tans will consume this
hurible fish that has played
suc i an important role in
botd the local economy and
in general nutrition of our
culture. This celebration of
food and fun will take place
on the weekend of October
20-22. Admission is $6 -
children under 12 only $1.:
Lonestar will be delight-
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festival on Saturday night.
Also appearing on Saturday
night will be Trent Willmon.
Performing on Friday
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along with Sean Nelson &
The Road Dawgs and The
BluesCrabs.
The Grascals and The
Alley Cats, America's pre-
mier Doo-Wop Group, have
performances on both
Saturday and Sunday.
Several local church
groups will be performing
on Sunday afternoon. For
detailed information on
entertainers and other
activities, visit www.city-
ofniceville.org and link to
the Mullet Festival.
Not to be missed on the
Children's Stage will be an
array of clown shows,
magic shows, and cartoon
characters, which will par-
ticularly delight the
younger set over the three-
day festival. Special guest
stars on Sunday will be
SpongeBob Squarepants &
Jimmy Neutron, Boy
Genius.
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by King Mobile Home Service. Tate, 2767 Phil Tyner Road,
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Cumberland Way, Crestview,
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mechanical and electrical by
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NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Thursday
Volleyball
District 1-2A tournament champi-
onship, Baker or Jay vs. Freeport or
Pensacola Christian, 6 p.m. at Freeport
District 1-1A tournament champi-
onship, Laurel Hill or East Hill vs.
Central or Rocky Bayou, 7 p.m. at Laurel
Hill
Friday
Football
Milton at Crestview, 7:30 p.m.
(WAAZ-FM 104.7)
Graceville at Baker, 7:30 p.m.
(WTJT-FM 90.1)
Cross country
Crestview and Baker at Okaloosa
County Meet, 4 p.m. at Okaloosa-
Walton College

Chamber golf
The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce pres-
ents the annual Hackers
Holiday Golf Tournament on
Saturday, 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) sponsorships are
available. Single player entry
fee is $65. Registration dead-
line is noon today. Contact the
Chamber at (850) 682-3212
for details.

Baker football
BAYA football players and
cheerleaders are invited to
attend the Baker varsity foot-
ball game Friday; against
Graceville. BAYA players and
'cheerleaders will be admitted
for free if they are in uniform
and in a group with their
coach or sponsor. BAYA par-
ticipants are asked to arrive
at the game by 7 p.m.
The Baker football pro-
gram will give away a tree-
stand in a raffle drawing dur-
ing the Gators' final regular
season home game on Oct.
27. Tickets are $2, and pro-
ceeds.go to the Baker foot-
ball program. Tickets are
available from any Gator
football player.

Auto racing
Emerald Coast Dragway
in Holt will conduct regular
Test & Tune and Grudge
Racing on Friday, along with
a Midnight Madness event
for Street Legals between 10
p.m. and midnight.
ECD will hold a "Two
Races in One Day" event on
Saturday, 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, check out the
track Web site at www.emer-
aldcoastdragway.com.

CHS wrestling
There will be a mandatory
meeting for prospective
Crestview High School
wrestlers this Saturday at 10
a.m. in the CHS field house.
All students interested in
wrestling or managing must
attend, as well as their fami-
lies. The meeting will consist
of season information,
scheduling, practice informa-
tion, and a booster meeting.
A few minutes wilR be spent
readying the field house for
practices, which begin
Monday at 5:30 p.m.
For info or if you absolutely
cannot make it, contact Coach
Fowler at (850) 585-5806, or
cjnxmfowler@cyou.com, or
jeff@ ebccrestview.com.

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Freshmen lead Bulldog cross country pack


Day, Gourlie make

a quick impact
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

A pair of young pups
emerged as the lead Dawgs
for the Crestview cross coun-
try program this fall.
Freshmen Lauren Day and
Jacob Gourlie run at the front
of the pack for the CHS girls
and boys teams, respectively.
Crestview coach Katie
Fitchett looks for her talented


-Cross country-
ninth graders to continue
their strong seasons when
the Dawgs travel to the
Okaloosa County Meet on
Friday at Okaloosa-Walton
College and to the District 1-
3A meet on Oct. 28.
"They are both good role
models," Fitchett said.
"They show that even
though you might be the
underdog or it might be
your first year, if you put
the hard work into it, you
can still be on top."


DAT GOURUE
Fitchett had a hunch that
Day and Gourlie would suc-
ceed during their first high
school seasons. The runners
themselves didn't know
what to expect after moving
up from the Davidson


Okaloosa County Meet
4 p.m. on the Okaloosa-
Walton College campus
Crestview and Baker are
scheduled to participate

Middle School cross country
program.
"I'm surprised," said Day,
who has run distance races
for four years. "I was told I
would get shown that I was-
n't that good. And I was sur-
prised, because I saw a lot of


High school football: Week 9




Behind the scenes


Experience a week

with the Baker

football team
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Baker football coach Bob Kellogg
granted the News Bulletin a behind-
the-scenes look at the Gators' prepara-
tion for their game Oct. 6 at North
Florida Christian.

Weekend
Baker's preparation for its Oct. 6
game North Florida Christian start-
ed jiist a few moments after the
Gatdcit rA'pped' up their big 54-13
home win against District 1-2B foe
South Walton on Sept. 29.
The victory extended Baker's win-
ning streak to five and would prove to
clinch a playoff spot for the Gators,
but the Baker coaches didn't spend
much time celebrating. Gators coach
Bob Kellogg and his assistants
divvied up DVDs of the South Walton
game and of North Florida Christian
games before heading home.
A new machine in Kellogg's office
made the needed copies of the South
Walton game in just a few minutes.
Kellogg already had copies of North
Florida Christian films. Kellogg and
NFC coach Casey Weldon exchanged
films via mail during the week.
The Gator football offices stay
quiet on Saturday. Kellogg might
come to the office and take care of
some administrative work, or drive
to a meeting point to exchange films
with another school's coach. The
Baker assistant coaches break down
film on their own. The Gator players
take advantage of the chance to rest
their bumps and bruises.
"It's nice to sleep in once a week,"
Gator senior Ben Griffith said.
Baker's coaches gathered on
Sunday at 1:30 p.m. to start their for-
mal preparations for the North
Florida Christian game.
The game plan for the trip itself
comes before the game plan for the
actual contest. The coaches decided
when the Gator buses would leave
for Tallahassee and assigned duties
to make sure the trip would go
smoothly.
The coaches then began to put
together their strategy for the North
Florida Christian game.
Some of the Baker players came to
the stadium at around 2 p.m. to do


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Baker football coach Bob Kellogg gives his pregame speech before the
Gators' game at North Florida Christian on Oct. 6.


Milton (6-2) at Crestview (7-0),
7:30 p.m.
Graceville (3-2) at Baker (5-2),
7:30 p.m.
See previews on Page 5B

some running on their own. They
sometimes pop their heads in the
coaches' offices to say hello.
"It's been neat to see them do that
on their own," Kellogg said.
If all goes well, the coaches leave
between 7 and 8 p.m. They have
their schedule for the entire week
mapped out.
"We go until we get it done,"
Kellogg said.

Monday
The Gator players' formal prepa-
rations for North Florida Christian
started during their football class
early Monday morning.


Kellogg gave the players some
themes for the week before they
went through their twice-weekly
weight workout.'
"It's going to be a great chal-
lenge," Kellogg told the players.
"But a great challenge can mean a
great reward."
The Gators reassembled when
classes dismissed at 2:30. The coach-
es handed out awards from the
South Walton win and talked more
about the North Florida Christian
game.
Baker hit the field at 3:30. The
Gators spent the next two and a half
hours going over the offensive and
defensive game plans.
"Monday is recognition day,"
Griffith said. "We go through and
see what defense we are going to be
doing and our responsibilities for
the week and if we are putting any
new plays in. It is kind of a more
See SCENES, page 6B


(the high school runners) out
here running when I was

over (at Davidson), and they
looked so much faster than
me."
Day and Gourlie proved
they belonged by cracking
the top 10 at major meets and
by leading Crestview's con-
tingents at every race so far
this fall.
Fitchett said the two
freshmen didn't back down
from more experienced run-
ners during early-season

See PACK, page 5B


Volleyball

Tate eliminates

Crestview from

district tourney
Special to the News Bulletin

CANTONMENT Crestview's
volleyball season ended with a
four-game loss Monday against
Tate in the quarterfinals of, the
District 1-5A tournament on the
Aggies' home floor. The Dawgs fell
25-23, 15-25, 25-21, 25-19.
"The second game, we played up
to our potential," said coach Nicki
Batson, whose first CHS team fin-
ished with a 9-12 record. "The other
games, we didn't have that intense
drive to go out there and dominate.
"We played decent, but we didn't
take advantage of some times that
we had a lead.
Batson said senior hitter Jamia
Akins and- "jiiir setter -Amy
Katzman performed well.
"All of the girls made great
progress," said Batson, whose team
won five of seven.matches to con-
clude the regular season. "I'm
proud of them for coming out and
giving the effort they gave."
Baker and Laurel Hill played
their district tournament semifinal
games late Tuesday. The Gators
played against Jay at Freeport. The
Hoboes hosted East Hill.

0olf

Thomhave tourney

raises over $10,000

for scholarship fund
Special to the News Bulletin

Foxwood Country Club hosted
the Christian Thomhave Memorial
Golf Tournament on Oct. 13. The
event raised $10,000 for a scholar-
ship fund at Okaloosa-Walton
College in Thomhave's name.
The tournament is named after
the late son of Foxwood Country
Club general manager B.J.
Thomhave. Christian Thomhave, a
standout golfer at Niceville, lost his
life in a car accident four years ago.
B.J. Thomhave expressed his
appreciation to the sponsors, play-
ers, volunteers and donors. He
also offered thanks to Hometown
Meat Market for donating food,
and to Hooters of Crestview for
preparing food and offering bever-
age cart service.
Kee Anderson and Tim Brunson
won the tournaments Flight 1.
Complete results are on Page 7B.


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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
basketball and $75 per child for cheer-
leading 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, charac-
ter and self-esteem through the game of
basketball.
11U TRAVEL BASEBALL: An
11U travel baseball team is looking for
an additional pitcher and catcher.
Youths who will not turn 12 before
April 30, 2007, may schedule a tryout
by calling 499-2675 or 501-3513.
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 (registra-
tion for four golfers plus a hole spon-
sorship) or $220 per team/$55 per play-


er. Entry fee includes cart, lunch and
refreshments. For details, call (850)
609-3046 or (850) 651-7410.
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 pro-
ceeds go to the Baker football program.
Tickets are available from any Gator
football player.
LITTLE LEAGUE: Crestview
Little League Baseball is excited to
announce that it will offer fast pitch
softball for the 2007 season. The league
is currently looking for experienced
coaches, managers and umpires. For
details, check the league Web site at
www.eteamz.com/crestviewll, or call
423-1011.
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 winter,
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.


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Special to the News Bulletin


S- GAINESVILLE The
Florida High School Athletic
Association Board of
Directors approved a
Baseball Advisory
Committee recommenda-
tion to experiment with a
best-of-3 regional tourna-
ment final series during the
2008 and 2009 seasons.
Games 1 and 2 will take
place on the Tuesday of
Week 45 in the FHSAA cal-
endar. Game 3, if necessary,
will'be played the next day.
All games will be held at
the same site. The host
school will be designated


the home team in Game 1,
the visiting school will be
designated the home team
in Game 2, and a coin toss
held at the beginning of the
series will determine the
home team in Game 3. The
host school will have its
choice of dugout in all
three games.
The board also approved
a pilot Academic Team
Champion program, to be
conducted in the sports of
baseball, boys and girls bas-
ketball, football, boys and
girls soccer, softball and
girls volleyball. The pro-
gram will recognize the
team in each classification
that has the highest average
cumulative GPA with a com-
memorative award.


Yes! You can manage your own building project!



Back bypopular demand, FREE building seminar in Crestview Oct. 19


Thinking about
building a new home or
addition? Then reserve
your seat today for the
free building seminar
to be held Thursday,
October 19, 7 p.m., at the
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce, 502 South
Main Street.
The informative free
seminar will be conducted
by building professionals
with UBuildIt-Destin.
A similar event held in
Crestview in August ran
out of seating.
"Attending this free
seminar is the perfect
first step for anyone
thinking about building
in the Crestview area,
said Bill Crawford,
UBuildIt-Destin planning
consultant and owner.
Among other things,
the free UBuildIt seminar
shows people how to
earn substantial savings
and take control of their
building project by
managing it themselves,
and how to build their
home now in Crestview.
"We are putting
people in control of
building their perfect


dream home in the
Crestview area, or
remodeling their existing
home, while saving
thousands of dollars in the
process," said Crawford.
In fact, UBuildIt is
working with so many
Crestview area owner-
builders, Crawford said
he will soon open a
Crestview location.
Have no building
experience? Crawford
says you have nothing to
fear.
. "Most of the people
building a new home
or addition in the
Crestviw area with the
help of UBuildIt are
just like you," explained
Crawford. "With UBuildIt
by their side, Crestview
owner-builders are
successful without any
contracting experience
and without ever so much
as hammering a nail."
By providing
knowledge and
builder experience,
professional UBuildIt
building consultants
take the mystery out of
the building process.
UBuildIt owner-builders


simply spend a little time
overseeing the project
each day.
"With our help and
guidance, just about
anyone can do it,"
Crawford promises.
UBuildIt construction
consultants not only
give their customers the
project planning tools to
make the most efficient
use of their valuable time,
they are behind them
every step of the way.
UBuildIt can help owner-
builders choose their
home site, establish a
budget, select home plans
that fit the customer's
land, budget and
requirements, and walk
them through the loan and
permitting process.
UBuildIt provides
a list of proven and
qualified subcontractors
and suppliers who are
willing to provide volume
discounts to UBuildIt
clients, and they will help
the client select the right
subcontractors for them
and their project.
The amount of
help UBuildIt provides
is determined by the


customer. Some require
more services than
others, depending on
their knowledge and
experience with the
building industry.
While many of
UBuildIt's customers
choose only to manage
their project, others save
even more or get more
home for their money
- by doing some of
the construction work,
painting or site clean up


themselves.
"How much one
saves is truly up to
the individual," said
Crawford. "The typical
cost savings among our
owner-builders is 20- to
30 percent."
Don't think UBuildIt
is just for smaller
projects. UBuildIt has
clients with budgets as
high as $1.1 million.
"Even for large
projects and budgets, it's


all about getting the most
value," said Crawford.
Don't miss out on
this special opportunity.
Seating is limited!
Attend the free building
seminar in Crestview
and see if becoming an
owner-builder is right
for you. Call UBuildIt
today at 650-5039 to save
your seat for Thursday
evening.

(850) 650-5039


UBulldit provides step-by-step guidance through the entire construction
process, including site visits with the owner-builder during construction.
Detailed planning and UBulldit financial management tools helped this
owner-builder move up from vinyl siding to brick and stay In budget.


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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2006


Is EftEus Fan of the Week


Kent Buckner/Special to the News Bulletin
IS THIS YOU? If you are the one who has been circled in the above photo you are this week's Beef
O'Brady's Fan of the Week. Each week the News Bulletin will be taking a photo of the crowd at
one of our local sporting events. We will randomly select someone in that photo to be our top fan.
This week's winner was at the Fort Walton Beach-Crestview football game on Oct. 13. If you are
our winner please call 682-6524 to arrange to receive a $25 gift certificate from Beef O'Brady's.



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 44.706 points. The No. 511 team, Brevard Christian, would lose against an "average" team by 56.292
points. Teams with a ranking of "N/A" have not provided sufficient data to receive a rating.


No. Team Rating
1 Trinity Cath. (0) 44.706
2 Pahokee 36.762
3 Lakeland 35.263
4 Mia. NW 35.243
5 Glades Day 33.821
6 Glades Cent. 33024
7 Immolakee 32929
8 Pine Castle Chr 32.583
9 Bolles 32 523
10 Clenislon 30.959
11 St. Thom. Aq. 28.336
12 Lafayette 26.573
13 Apopka 25.980
14 Palm Bay 25.038
15 Edgewater 25.031
16 Vlctory Cnr. 24 736
17 Hardee 24 426
18 Trinity Chr. (J) 24.351
19 Moore 24 281
20 Fl Meade 24 027
21 Royal Palm Bch. 23.703
22 Armwood 23.515
23 Cocoa 23.316
24 Dade Chr. 23.061
25 Jefferson 22.768
26 S. Sumter 22 750
27 Homestead 22311
28 'Harmony 22.179
29 Mia S'ndge 21.783
30 Fodby 21.170
31 .q Fla Chr. 21.064
32 Mit. Augustine 21.041
33 Nease 20.908
34 Holy Trin. Esp. 20.853
35 Plant 20.513
36 Astronaul 20 388.
37 Cnaminade 20.001
38 Eust.s 19342
39 Riverview 19217
40 CRESTVIEW 19.111
41 Port St. Joe 18.635
42 Williston 18.497
43 Frostproof 18.191
44 Columbia 18.163
45 -SU 18.023
46 Jorthview 17.652
47 irsl Acad (Oi 17.584
48 aalson Co 17.559
49 Pine Forest 17.416
50 mainlandd 17408
51 ,fNa':r, i Penrs 17 1.14
52 alln.r 16 995
53 Vasnr (iM a 16 82-
5- 3ak, C,'Oin 16 71
55 aT1 Pace 1 478
56 Manon 16475
57 ampa Caih 16193
58 )wyer 15840
59 )range Park 15712
60 illsiolougn 15.634
6.1 f Fi MyrrS 15.579
61' 2 mandarinn 15.518
63 "d White 15.480
64 ooney 15.376
65 Oviedo 15.270
66 la. Killian 15232
67 ;alv Chr (FL) 15214
68 looKer 15204
69 7 lounlstown 15120
70 avares 14 982
i1 Sea.reezi 14.867
72 :Trinity Prep 14.839
73 ,Naples 14.766
74 'Cape Coral 14.634
75; Kathleen 14.413
76 'Lake Branley 14393
77 Ridge 14247
78 'Coconut Crk. 14.218
79 'Keystone Hts 14 204 ,
80 W. Boca Raton 13.996
81 Keswick Chr. 13.935
82 ,Boyd And. 13.895
83 Flagler Pim. Cst. 13.796
84 Cypress Bay 13.714
85 Northside Chr. 13.707
86 eearfield Bch 13 589
87 BartramTr 13311
88 Jupller Chr. 12.883
89 'Pens Calh. 12.798
90 First Coast 12.707
91 Zephyrhills 12464
92 Martin Co. 12.154
93 Ft. Myers 12.103
94 Largo ,12.097
95 Am. Heritage (DB) 11.924
96 Wnanon 11908
97 Countryslae 11 817
98 Seoasiian Rw. 11 766
99 S Dade 11 755
100 Winter Haven .: 11.694
101 Winter Park 11.685
102 Warner Chr. 11.645
103 Gulf 11.615
104 Dr. Phillips 11.612
105 Gulliver Prep 11.491
106 Wakulia 11490
107 Rlverview (S) 11.466
108 Atlantic (DR) 11.132
109 FI Chr (FM) 11.006
110 S Broward 10.997
111 Episcopal 10.963
112 Merritt Isl. 10.946
113 Cypress Lake 10.911
114 Fleming Isl. 10.753
115 Manatee 10.667
116 And Jackson 10530
117 Pemb Pines Chtr. 10356
118 Monarch 10337
119 Am Hartage (PI) 10.331
120 Art Country Day 9964
121 Palm Bch. Lks. 9.857
122 Carroll 9.789
123 New Smyr. Bch. 9.770
124 Ely 9.701
125 E. Gadsden 9.653
126 Pensacola 9610
127 Mia Norland, 9571
128 Bartow 9.559
129'Mla. Central, : 9.417
130 N Mia Dech. 9.368


No. Team Rating
131 Marianna 9.359
132 Milton 9.357
133 Bradford 9.250
134 Timber Crk. 9.185
135 Lely 9.172
136 Baysiae 9.116
137 S. Fork 9065
138 Hollywood His. 9.037
139 Palm Bch Gdns. 9003
140 Walton 8.745
141 Agape Christian 8.610
142 Centennial 8.585
143 Miramar 8.493
144 Osceola (S) 8.447
145 S. Plantation 8.382
146 Golden Gate 8349
147 Charlotte 8.298
148 Sanoalwool 8 293
149 Dunedin 8283
150 Sr Andrews .8.265
151 Varela 8.232
152 Mia. Edison 8.182
153 Land O'Lakes 8.041
154 Marathon 7.939
155 Sarasota 7.920
156 D.liard 7.755
157 Leesburg 7750
158 Palmetto 7739
159 Mia. Jackson 7686
160 Unwlersity (FL) 7512
161 Gibbons 7.381
162 Belen 7.189
163 Titusville 6.990
164 Bay Point 6.879
165 Dunnellon 6.781
166 Coral Gables .6.776
167 Chlles 6.701
168 Liberty Co. 6.633
169 DeLand 6.617
170 Eastside 6 597
171 Vanguard 6.314
172 Mosley 6.155
173 Lincoln ,6.086
174 Southeast 5.905
175 Jefferson Co. 5.903
176 Dixie Co :5.857
177 Hawthorne 5816
178 St. John Neu. 5.753
179 W. Nassau 5714
180 Eagle's View 6i690
181 CeSoto Co. 5.588
182 W Oaks 5.560
183 Bradenton Prep 5.508
184 Hairnes C.ry 5 J197
185 K.,g a Acad 5 361
186 Nortneast (OP) 5.251
187 E Bay 5.224
188 E Lake 5.199
189 Villages 5.179
189 Palatka 5.179
191 Hollywood Chr. 5.125
192 Newberry 5.097
193 Kenny 5.088
194 Columbus 4.834
195 Pace 4.696
196 Bay 4 558
197 Boone .4.508
198 SL Edwards 4 505
199 Rldgewood 4.495
200 Sam Ridge 4 465
201 Navarre 4.276
202 Raines 4.272
203 FAMU 4.053
204 Temple Chr. 3.667
205 Wildwood 3.569
206 Fla. Chf (M) 3542
207 Snyder .3473
208 Northeads (SP) 3464
209 Sabring' 3.421
210 Bellevlew 3383
211 S. Lake 3.306
212 Forrest 3.286
213 Osceola (K) 3.232
214 Mia. Carol City 3.188
215 Ocoee 3.089
216 Chlpley 3082
217 Lakawood 3.000
218 Alonso 2916
219 Suwannee. 2.824
220 Benlamln 2 778
221 Mdaieln 2 10
222 Fla. Air 2.596
223 Baker Co. 2.557
224 Ft. Walton Bch. 2.495
225 Barron Collier 2.453
226 Oul.ol-Door 2 344
227 Wesley Cnpl 2.239
228 Lakeland Chr. 2.226
229 Gainesville 2214
230 Curley 2.175
231 Crl. Spgs. Chtr. 2.051
232 Englewood 2.008
233 Nature Coast 1.962
234 St. Joseph 1.875
235 Avon Park 1.777
236 Arnold .: r 1 774
237 Baldwin. '.. 1.763
238 Nicevillle 1.679
239 Escambla I1 559
240 W Gadsden 1 347
241 Ft. Pierce Cent. 1.339
242 Flanagan 1.266
243 Pine Crest 1.212
244 Lake Mary 1.138
245 Ind. Rocks Chr. 1.116
246 Park Viita 1.095
247 Plantation : 1 087
248 Clearwaler CC 1.007
249 Palm Bch. Cen 0.970
250 Newso :me 0.964m:
251 Melbourne 0.916
252 Mariner 0.903
253 Jupiter 0.823
254 Gulf Breeze 0.742
255 P.K. Yonge 0.668
256 Potters House 0.636
257 Robinson 0.634
258 LaBelle 0.423
'259 Palm Harbor U 0401
260 Mia Cntry Day 0.344


No. Team Rating
261 Trinity Chr. (D) 0.342
262 Evans 0.321
263 McCarthy 0.224
264 Freedom (T) 0.190
265 Hernando Chr. 0.161
266 Vero Beach 0.153
267 Hlaleah 0061
268 Tarpon Spr. -0.127
269 Rlverdale -0.172.
270 Colonial -0.194
;71 Weiirn .-0249
272 St. John Luth. -0.326
273 Boca Ciega -0.338
274 St. Pete Catholic -0.357
275 Buchholz -0.372
276 Jesuit -0.682
277 Hllllara -0.852
278 Upperroom Chr. -0 858
279 Mil Sunset -1.143
280 Cocoa Bch -1 153
281 Lake High. Prep -1.173
282 Palmetto Rdge. -1.191
283 Winter Springs -1.194
284 Citrus -1.202
285 Newman -1.262
286 W Orange -1.291
287 Clay 1 342
288'Choctaw -1.355
289 Parkway -1 418
290 Chamberlain -1.533
291 Rickards i "
292 Spruce Cr1l,;3a 4
293 Woodham -1.721
294 Dr. Krop -1.778
295 Mia. Palmetto -2.102
296 Summit Chr. -2.156.
297.Okeechobee -2258
298' Lakewood Rcn. -2.448
299 Springsread -2.505
300 Unlversity Cnr -2.524
301 Everglades -2.558
302 Freeport -2.663
303 Key West -2.690
304 W. Port -2.740
305 Boca Raton -2.810
306 BAKER -2.904
307 American -2.929
308 S Miami -2.972
309 Clearwater -2.984
310 Canterbury -2.996
311 Lae W.:.rin .30W95

312 Terry Parker -3.135
313 J.I. Leonard -3.477
314 Centrai 3 493
31i. le ner -3 793
316 LaSalle -3813
317 University (O) -3.816
318 Fla. Deal. -3935
319 Jay -3.980
320 Venice -3.997_
321 Mia. McAthr. N. -4.075
322 Graceville -4.095
323 Master's -4.109
324 St. Petersburg -4.247
325 Pasco -4.328
326 Wewanilchna -4.374
327 Coral Reel -4.380.
328 Rockledge -4.714';
329 Bell -4.726.
330 Plant City -4.783
331 Braddock -4.875
332 Ft. Pierce W'wd. -5.010
333 Cambridge -5.071
334 Shorecrest -5.099
335 Cottondale '-5.185
336 Mater Acad. -5.186-
337 Boynlon Bch -5.415
338 Mitchell -5.423
339 Oak Hall -5.541
340 Space Coast -5.796
341 Sneads -5.813
342 Lake City Chr. -6.012
343 N. Miami -6.071
344 Ft. White -6.102
345 Santaluces -6.133
346 Hamilton Co. -6.184
347 King -6.261
348 Wolfson -6.486
349 Taylor Co -6508
350 Dixie Holllns -6 717
351 Inlet Grorve -6 756
352 Olympia -6.795
353 Santa Fe -6.821
354 Robert E. Lee -6.837
355 Berkeley -7.018
356 Yulee -7.171
357 Merrin Isl Cnr. -7.420
358 John Paul II -7.765
359 Blake -7.997
360 Durant :-8.038
361 Orangewd. Chr. -8.151
362 Dunbar -8.196,
363 Celebration -8.331
364 Atlantic (PO) -8.444
365 Ridge -8.564
366 Providence Chr -8.786
367 Palmer Tnnlty -8 802
368 Lehigh 8.865
369 Leon -8.947
370 Holmes Co. -8.962
371 Wellington -9.045
372 Hernando -9.253
373 Tate -9.264
374 Umatilla -9.344
375 Tampa Baptist -9.446
376 Coral Glades -.-9506
377 Lake Weir -9.515
378 Seminole (Se) : -9.531
379 Jones -9584
380Carrabelle : -9643.
381 S. Ft. Myers -9.856
382 Pinellas Park -9.862
383 Lyman -9.875
384 Evangelical Chr. -9.981
385 Douglas -10.112
386 Crescent City -10.158
387 Taylor : -10205
388 Piper ', 10 207
389 Lake Wales :, -10.224
390 McLaughlin -10228


No. Team Rating
391 Mulberry -10.339
392 Forest -10.357
393 Calv. Chr. (CI) -10.463
394 Gibbs -10.554
395 Deltona -10.658
396 Miami f: .-10
397.-laleah-ML '.f- .
'398 Matelaizas
399 Bayshore .
400 Jensen Bch', .
401 Porl Si Luc.e 11 286
402 Cent. Fla. Chr. -11.395
403 Branford -11.835
404 Ransom Ever. -11.885
405 Port Charlotte -12.043
406 Suncoast '". -12.11,
407 Mia: Springs ;-i217
408 Gateway ..
409 HIghland Chr. -12,35,
410.fakePlacfid .12.733.
411 Lake Howell -12.783
412 Union Co. -12.849
413 N. Port -12.911
414 Crl. Spgs. Chr. -13.406
415 Munroe -13.629
416 Melbourne CC -13a.81C
417 Ft. Lauderdnlale. -
418 Trenton ii
419 BrovardChr. I'
420 SemlnoIe.(Sa.). -1i 4 _:2 .
J-I C,_ ita1l n ,.-r .1* 21 -r.
422 West. Chr. -14.340
423 Coral Shores -14.463
424 Femandlna Bch. -14.469
425 Aucilla Chr. -14.591
42 Lighthouse ci:.Ch i-I4f
427 Olympct. q .t-
428 Cypress Crk. t--16.f'i
429 Eau Galle "1
430 Paxon 583
431 Bradenton Chr. -15.726
432 Cooper City -15.747
433 Taravella -15.831
434 N. Brwd. Prep -15.838
435 Bozeman -15.961


48 Vernon .
439 Brandon -'' .
440 Santa Fe Cath. ;-16.466
441 Golerran -16 467
442 Adm. Farragut -16.500
443 Ferguson -16.548
444 Ocala Christian -16.754
445 All Saints 16818
446 Mlddleburg : '17.:51
447 Stras1haen' .-. .f17:33'.
448 Bloomnngdale -.7M939
-449SW.Mlami 18.10
.450.sWalto .; S-',_ia.l
451 Aubumdale -18.225
452 Leto -18.334
453 Pine Ridge -18.523
454 Spanish River -18.653
455 Providence -18.756
456 Booa Raton Chr. *18.864'
457,Bronsso .. .-10.868R
458 Lemon Bay .' -18,23,
459Stanton '*-1:9.q21r
460 Ridgevlew -1044
461 Nova -19.130
462 McArthur -19.524
463 Ribault -19.690
464 Pope JP II -19.698
465 Sickles -20.123
466 Gblf Coast :, -20,331
467 Mlar Christln .. ,0.4,ba
468 Hudson '!." 1. 1,'.4
,-469 Coral Soping" -' 21.28- -
47d St. Cloud .4 1.980,
471 Mt. Dora Bible -22.057
472 Verot -22.066
473 NW Chr. -22.151
474 Father Lopez -22.847
475 Tampa Tech -22.922
476. Gateway Chr. -2:3.Q9
477 6ak.Rrdge ,"-, '2X'3
:478' Eastlard Chr:'- --2: 49;
479 Mepende .
480 Doralr 3.64p.,
481 Poinciana -24 286
482 Geo. Jenkins -24.827
483 Chlefland -24.862
484 Panama City Chr. -25.036
485 Hallandale -25.188
486 Pompano Bch. 26.103'
487 Rutherford '-26.228
488 First Acad. (L) -26.488'
489 River Ridge -26;497.
490 ML Dora : ::28.:11
491 Forest Hill -27.083
492 West. Acad. -27.107
493 Calv. Chr. (OB) -27.137
494 Freedom (0) -27.221
495 Interlachen -28.245
496 St. Jonns .. -28.257;
497 Mia. Coral Iark. '-28.651
498 Miami Beach -28.943
499 Shrdn. Hills Chr. -30 599'.
500 Lecanto -321026
501 John Carroll -32.210
502 W. Fla. -32.366
503 Baker (CC) -32.900
504 Moore Haven -33.622
505 Foundation -33.820
606 Satellite.- 4770'
507 Treasure Coast '35.722
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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18, 2006


SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin / PAGE 5B


Milton (6-2) at Crestview (7-0)
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Last meeting: Milton defeated Crestview 27-
17 in a Region 1-4A quarterfinal last year. The
Panthers also defeated the Dawgs 20-3 during the
regular season. Crestview last defeated Milton in
the 2002 Region 1-3A.championship game.
Quick facts: Milton is a District 1-4A program.
... The Panthers currently lead their district with a 2-
0 record. ... Milton has w6n five straight, including a
36-8 victory against Escambia last week. ... The
Panthers average 30.3 points, and allow 17.6....
Leading rusher: Christian Woods. ... Milton starting
quarterback Dustin Land is out for
the season. ... Mike McMillion
(son of the Panthers coach of the
same name) and Jeremy Tolbert
Alternated at quarterback last
week, with Tolbert throwing for
"* Close to 300 yards. ... Leading
tacklers: William Beasley, Tony
Johnson and Matt Chavers. .
COBB Linebacker Nate Douglas has
scholarship offers from Southern
Mississippi and Louisiana-Lafayette, and interest
from other Division I programs. ... Crestview is a
District 2-4A program. ... The Bulldogs have
clinched a spot in the FHSAA playoffs. ... Crestview
edged Fort Walton Beach 10-7 last week. ... The
Dawgs started the week ranked No. 9 in the state
Class 4A poll. ... Crestview averages 30.3 points,
and allows 4.3. ... The Dawgs are one of four
unbeaten teams left in Class 4A, and the only
unbeaten left in Region 1. ... Leading rushers:
Calvin Siler (453 yards on 67 carries, 7 TDs),
Stephon Thrash (309 yards on 46 carries, 6 TDs),
John Robinson (230 yards on 51 carries, 5 TDs). ...
Leading passer: Joe Thigpen (52 of 75, 812 yards, 4
TDs, 122.7 NFL passer rating). ... Leading
receivers: Kyle Harrington (13 catches for 270 yards,
2 TDs), Shaun Cobb (8 catches for 128 yards, 1 TD),
Johnathan Peacock (12 catches for 126 yards),
Rhys Polk (8 catches for 123 yards). ... Leading
tacklers: J.L. Thomason 61 tackles (16 solos), Kyle
Harrington 56 (20 solos). ... J.L. Thomason and
Randy McKee have six sacks apiece. ... Tysean
Thrash and James Amos both have two intercep-
tions. ... Nick Jewell has converted all 29 of his extra
points attempts and 3 of 7 field goals.
Crestview coach Matt Brunson's keys to the
game: 'They are very athletic. We've got to control
the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball and
contain their new quarterback sensation in Jeremy
Tolbert, who can run and throw. Offensively, we've
got to be more consistent than we were (against
Fort Walton Beach) and that's the bottom line.
Milton just plays tough, hard-nosed football. You've
got to stop the run, and when you do stop the run,
you've got to stop their quarterback, and they've got
a stable of receivers who are very athletic."
If you go: Crestview High School's Jack
Foster Stadium is located at 1250 North Ferdon
Boulevard in Crestview.


Graceville (3-2) at Baker (5-2)
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Last meeting: Graceville defeated Baker 42-
13 last season
Quick facts: Graceville is a District 1-1B
program. ... The Tigers have clinched a spot in
the FHSAA playoffs. ... Graceville was the Class
1B state runner-up last year. ... The Tigers have
won two straight, including a 51-8 victory against
Carrabelle last week. ... Graceville averages
22.8 points, and allows 17.8. :.. Running back
J.J. Laster is the reigning state Class 1B Player
of the Year. ... Lee Steverson is Graceville's
quarterback. ... Mauntrez
Bullock is Graceville's top 4'
receiver. ... Linebacker Chris i
Moore was a Class 1B All-State
selection last season. ... Baker i
is a District 1-2B program ..
The Gators have clinched a
spot in the FHSAA playoffs. ...
Baker was idle last week. ...
The Gators lost 34-0 at North BECK
Florida Christian on Oct. 6. ...
The loss snapped a 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
on 62 carries, 2 TDs), Cameron Domangue (244
yards on 43 carries, 6 TDs). ... Leading passer:
Laine Barnhill (50 of 105, 646 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 tackles for loss.
... Ben Griffith has 2 sacks and 5 tackles for loss.
... Joe Smith has forced two fumbles. ... The
Gator defense has six interceptions. ... David
Beck has made 15 of 17 extra point attempts and
1 of 2 field goals.
Baker coach Bob Kellogg's keys to the
game: "Graceville is going to be a big challenge.
They played in the state championship game last
year and they've got a core group of those kids
back. They've got strength and speed everywhere.
They've probably got the best running back in
north Florida (Laster). The key is going to be stop-
ping him and eliminating the big play, and for us to
move the ball offensively. They've played the peo-
ple we've played pretty closely, so I look for it to be
a real tough game for both sides. Whoever makes
the most plays and eliminates the most mistakes
will win it. I think it will give us a good look at what
we're going to face the following week." (Baker
hosts Northview on Oct. 27 for a game that will
determine the District 1-2B title).
If you go: Baker's Doug Griffith Memorial
Stadium is located at 1369 14th Street in Baker.


Friday's local football matchups


PACK, from page 1B


races. Both join the lead
packs early in their races
and stay near the front until
the end.
"They were like, 'I'll take
on as many as I can,'"
Fitchett said. "They never
went back. They kept mov-
ing forward."
Day and Gourlie both had
to adjust to the longer dis-
tance of high school courses.
The two runners competed
on two-mile courses during
middle school. High school
courses cover 3.1 miles.
"I had to change my
whole style of running
because it's a longer course,"


said Gourlie, who has com-
peted in distance races for
eight years. "The way I used
to run was more for a short
course."
Fitchett said both fresh-
men possess laid-back per-
sonalities that help them
blend in with their older
teammates.
"Jake is definitely the class.
clown," Fitchett said. "He
loves to be the center of
attention and make every-
body laugh. Lauren is very
easygoing, too.
"And the older kids are
very supportive. They help
them reduce their stress


before races and are very
good about helping them."
*
Day and Gourlie posted
the best Crestview times dur-
ing the Panhandle
Championships held Oct. 14
in Marianna.
Day placed 20th in the
girls race in a time of 20:53.
The Dawgs did not have
enough female runners to
field a complete team.
Gourlie took 42nd place in
18:06 to help Crestview's
boys finish 13th in the team
standings. Joe Doyle finished
close behind, placing 52nd in
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Ed Lowe of Crestvlew Paint & Body (right photo, right) and Crestview football coach
Matt Brunson (right photo, left) honor the "Hometown Touchdown Players of the Game"
from the Crestview High School football team's 10-7 victory against Fort Walton Beach
on Oct. 13. In the left photo from left are Brett Edwards, J.L. Thomason, Brett Moore
and Tysean Thrash, the defensive players of the game from the victory against the
Vikings. Edwards made six tackles, Including three solo tackles and the team's only
sack. Thomason led Crestview with nine tackles, including a pair of solo tackles. Moore
made eight tackles and recovered a fumble in the third quarter. Thrash led a CHS sec-
ondary that limited Fort Walton Beach to five completions in 20 passing attempts. In the
right photo is offensive player of the game Nick Jewell, who averaged 40.2 yards per
punt and connected on a 40-yard field goal. Crestview Paint & Body, Inc. will be donat-
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Baker football assistant coach David Oglesby (right) talks with Gator defenders during halftime
of Baker's game Oct. 6 at North Florida Christian.


SCENES, from page 1 B


relaxed day than the rest of
the week."
Baker's 26 varsity players
received a DVD of the South
Walton game and of a North
Florida Christian game
before they left. The Gators
only have a few moments
during football class to go
over game tapes, so the
coaches count on the players
to do their own film work.
"This way, the kids can
study when they want to,"
Kellogg said. "We try to quiz
the kids during the week.
They've been pretty good
this year."
Tuesday
Tuesday marks the begin-
ning of three days of intense
work going over the game
plan for the North Florida
Christian game at full speed.
"Repping" is the term the
Gators use. They try to repeat
thieey playsias tnany times
as.possible ..
They also hit harder on
Tuesday than on any other
day.
"Tuesday is full pads and
get ready to hit somebody,"
Griffith said. "Go all out."
The Baker players can't
rest their weary bodies when
.hey get home sometime
after 6 p.m. The homework
ias to get done first.
"The schoolwork and
everything ... that's tough,"
senior Matt Jordan said.
"'You're tired from practice
and you don't have as much
pTe for homework as other
people do. You've got to be
something else to do sports
and keep your grades up."
| The football coaches occa-
ionally offer study tables,
but the stats show Baker ath-
etes know how to manage
their time. Almost 80 Gator
athletes finished the 2005-06
school year with GPAs of 3.5
or higher.
Wednesday
The Wednesday practice
looks a lot like Tuesday's
workout, without quite as
much pain.
The Gators went through
their two-minute offense and
continued to work on their
game plan.
"A little more relaxed than
Tuesday," Griffith said.
Thursday
The day-before-the-game
workout includes more repe-
tition of the game plan, plus
some time devoted to special
teams.
Does Kellogg let the play-
ers relax a bit to stay fresh
with a game one day away?
It depends on how the first
three days of the practice
week went.
The players eat a pregame
meal together on Thursday
nights. Kellogg appreciates
everyone who provides
meals for the squad, but said
the Thursday night meal has
the greatest impact on a
team's Friday performance.
"It's more important than
the game day meal," Kellogg
said.

Game day
Baker's buses rolled out of
the school parking lot at 1


p.m to start the long drive to
Tallahassee.
The Gators rode in the
comfort of charter buses on
this day. Baker usually trav-
els in a caravan of regular
school buses. "The yellow
birds," as Kellogg calls them.
Okaloosa County students
had the day off, so the Gators
did not miss any classes.
Baker's players normally
start game days by dispers-
ing through the school to visit
their "Adopt A Gator" class-
es. The Gator players stop by
an elementary school class
every Friday to spend time
with young Baker students.
The Gators read books to the
youngsters and answer their
questions about football.
On this Friday, the day
starts with the bus trip. The
Baker traveling party stopped
at Sonny's in Marianna for
lunch. The stop serves as a
pregame meal, and 'also
breaks the trip in half.

Pregame
Kellogg designed Baker's
pregame routine to help the
Gators relax as much as pos-
sible. They need that energy
once the game starts.
Baker's players and
coaches meet immediately
after school before home
games. Local churches pro-
vide the Gators with their
pregame meal. Baker's play-
ers then spend the afternoon
resting on a large mat in the
school auditorium.
The Gators try to get to
game sites two hours before
kickoff during road trips. The
schedule put Baker in
Tallahassee at 4:30 p.m. on this
day.
Baker's players immediate-
ly walked into North Florida
Christian's stadium to test the
field. The Gator coaches chat-
ted with Weldon and his assis-
tants. They returned game
films. They discussed the
scheduling predicament of
some Class 1B schools in the
Tallahassee area (three schools
in Region 1-1B have forfeited
games because of a lack of
players this fall). They talked
about the college possibilities
for North Florida Christian
quarterback Chris Walley.
The Baker players start
getting dressed 90 minutes
before kickoff time in this
case, at 5 p.m. Some players
got taped on training tables
in the NFC gymnasium.
Some peeked across the adja-
cent softball field to the Eagle
locker rooms, trying to get
glimpses of the players they
watched all week on film.
Kellogg quieted an
impromptu cheer that went
up after a silent half hour.
"Just chill. Get off your
feet and relax," he said.
"We'll do that soon enough."
Anything to save energy.
Baker assistant David
Oglesby returned from the
field a few moments later.
"They are as athletic as we
saw on film," he reported.
The Gators started their
special teams meeting 50
minutes before kickoff.
Oglesby read off the various
punt and kickoff combina-
tions. The 11 players who


make up each unit stood at
the appropriate times.
Kellogg then started his
pregame address.
"It's the same thing it's
been all year," he began.
"They are bigger and
stronger. But we've played so
hard all year and we've got
to play hard tonight.
"These are the fun ones,
when you play someone who
is supposed to beat you. They
are good. But we want you to
hit them. I don't think they've
been hit. That's the thing
you've done that has been a
shock to a lot of people.
"Keep your mouths shut
and play football. And let's
get after them."
A few players shouted,
"Let's go y'all," as the Gators
left the locker room. They
calmly walked to the field in
single file. Saving energy to
the very end.
Halftime
A frustrated bunch of
Gators gathered under the
goalposts on the west side of
the field.
Baker trailed 27-0. North
Florida Christian's last score
came on a 46-yard Hail Mary
as time expired in the second
quarter. The Eagles rested
top wide receiver Darrius
McQueen, but still gained
big yards with their running
game.
"We told you they were
good, but you're making them
look great," Kellogg said -
firmly, but calmly. "We can
play with these guys. When
we go back, I want you to play
like it's zip-zip. Go win the
second half, and maybe you
win the game."
Kellogg sent the players
off to get some water and
rest. The defense met after a
few minutes. Defensive coor-
dinator Brian Wagner and
assistant coach Oglesby did-
n't call for major adjust-
ments. They asked the Gator
players to get back to their
hard-hitting ways.
The offense went next.
Coordinator Steve Combest
diagrammed a short pass
play on a marker board.
"We can move the ball
with this," he said.
The players huddled up
one last time before returning
to the field to stretch.
"I don't want to see any
heads down," Jordan
instructed his teammates.
"We scored 28 points in the
second half last week. I want
to see a difference this half.
We can take this."
Postgame
The Gators battled, but
they fell 34-0.
Baker's players and
coaches shook hands with
the Eagles and then huddled
up at midfield. After a
prayer, Kellogg offered his
postgame postmortem.
"You did what we told
you to do," he said. "It was 7-
0 in the second half, and
that's what we asked. You
came back in the second half
and battled."
Kellogg dismisses the
players to the locker room.
Time to start another
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HIGH SCHOOLS
FOOTBALL
District standings
District 2-4A
District All
Team W-L W-L
y-Crestvlew 2-0 7-0
y-Navarre 2-0 5-2
Fort Walton Beach 0-2 2-6
Choctawhatchee 0-2 1-7
Oct. 13
Crestview 10, Fort Walton Beach 7
Navarre 21, Choctawhatchee 14
Oct. 20
Milton at Crestview, 7:30 p.m.
FSU High at Navarre, 7 p.m.
y clinched playoff spot

District 1-2B
District All
Team W-L W-L
y-Baker 1-0 5-2
y-Northview 1-0 8-0
South Walton 0-2 1-7
Oct. 13
Northvlew 46, South Walton 0
Oct. 20
Gracevllle at Baker, 7:30 p.m.
Munroe Day at South Walton, 7 p.m.
y clinched playoff spot

VOLLEYBALL
Oct. 10
Baker 3, Central 0
Central 7 10 13
Baker 25 25 25
Baker statistics Kills: Preslee Maki
10, Apryl Crawford 7, Chelsea Combest 7,
Kendria Young 4. Blocks: Preslee Maki 7,
Apryl Crawtord 5 Assiss: Kendria Young
1T7 Chelsea Combest 14. Digs: Sydney
3ouwelF ll.

Oct. 12
Crestview 3, South Walton 1
Crestvleaw 20 25 25 25
Soath Walton 25 23 13 14

SBaker 3, Laurel Hill 0
Baee 25 26 25
Laurel Hill 22 24 21
Baker statistics Kills: Apryl Crawford
14, Chelsea Combest 7, Whitney Boutwell 6,
Preslee Maki 4, Kendria Young 4. Blocks:
Preslee Maki 8. Digs: Sydney Boutwell 11,
Kali Flanders 8, Chelsea Combest 6, Kendria
Young 5, Whitney Boutwell 4. Assists:
Chelsea Combest 10, Kendria Young 9.
Aces: Kendna Young 5.
Laurel Hill statistics Kills: Katie Free
15. Digs: Jami Sheets 6, Katie Free 5,
Amanda King 5, Rianna Flowers 4, Jacky
Jerkins 4, Elizabeth VanWinkle 3. Aces: Katie
Free 3. Assists: Jami Sheets 7, Elizabeth
VanWinkle 6.

District tournaments
District 1-5A
(At Tate)
Monday
Tate 3, Crestview 1
Choctawhatchee 3, Pace 0
Tuesday
Tate vs. Niceville, 5 p.m.
Choctawhatchee vs. Fort Walton Beach,
6:30 p.m.
Thursday
Championship, 7 p.m.

Tate 3, Crestview 1
Crestview 23 25 21 19
Tate 25 15 25 25
Crestview statistics Kills: Jamla Akins
10, Courtney HaRinSOficole Lovering 7,
'essica Long E Diig, jAkins 9, Courtney
Haines 8, SaruMliM', Witney4-Bdkelew
5, Kelly Balcerak 4, Brittany Zellars 4. Assists:


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Crestview defenders Brett Edwards (left) and Randy McKee (right) pursue Fort Walton Beach quarterback Sam Zelinskas during
the Dawgs' 10-7 victory against the Vikings on Oct. 13 in Jack Foster Stadium. Crestview clinched a spot in the FHSAA Class 4A
playoffs with the victory. The Dawgs host possible regional opponent Milton on Friday.


Amy Katzman 23. Blocks: Nicole Lovering 9.
Aces: Brittany Zellars 3, Sarah Smith 3.

District 1-2A
(At Freeport)
Tuesday
Pensacola Christian vs. Freeport, 5 p.m.
Jay vs. Baker, 6:30 p.m.
Thursday
Championship, 6 p.m.

District 1-1A
(At Laurel Hill)
Tuesday
Rocky Bayou vs. Central, 6 p.m.
East Hill vs. Laurel Hill, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday
Championship, 7 p.m.

BOYS GOLF
Oct. 10
District 2-2A Meet
(At Eglin Golf Course)
Team scores
Chiles 298, Leon 299, Mosley 311,
Niceville 319, Lincoln 332, Crestview 351,
Bay 359, Rutherford 389
Crestview scores Brad Speakman
85, Trey Rousseau 86, Jay Morgan 88, Mike
Taylor 92, Anthony Perez 94.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 12
Baker 33, Laurel Hill 47,
Central Incomplete
Baker 1. Chad Lawhon 19:26. 3. Ned
Babbitti29609i'6. Matt Wilde 23:32. 11.
Dwighi F;ri-., 25:10. 12. Austin Lassiter
-25:55.-15 Zacn Baxt'r 28:26. 16. Brandon
Ates 30:18. 17. Ryan Lewellen 30:32.


Laurel Hill 7. Daniel Fortune. 8. AJ
Whitfen 24:33.9. Cory Becker 24:34. 10. Ray
Pate 24:43. 13. Joey Okkema 26:20.

Oct. 14
Panhandle Championships
Team scores
Chiles 44, Choctawhatchee 78, Leon 96,
Lincoln 155, Niceville 171, Fort Walton
Beach 187, Maclay 249, Godby 251, North
Florida Christian 262, South Walton 264,
Rutherford 299, Wakulla 341, Crestview
360, Wewahitchka 434, Walton 440,
Enterprise 458.
Crestview 42. Jacob Gourlie 18:06.
52. Joe Doyle 18:39. 77. Eric Smith 20:05.
78. Angelo Fajardo 20:07. 112. John Wood
23:03.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 12
Baker 15, Central incomplete
Baker 1. Cassie Cooper 33:05. 2.
Danni Mayhair 34:43. 3. Erin Grundel
34:51;. 4. Kawli Johnson 39:15. 5. Julia
Terry 39:19.

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Panhandle Championships
Team scores
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Lincoln 172, Leon 213, Walton 263,
Wakulla 302, Enterprise 317, Godby 345,
North Florida Christian 364, Wewahitchka
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Sabrina King 22:06. 72. Samantha Gourlie,
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1st place (10 under) Chester
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5th place (7 under) Judd Torche,
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1st place (8 under) Bob Krupyak, Tim
Munts.
2nd place (8 under) Dave Campbell,
Leon Cunningham.
3rd place (6 under) Mike Murphy, Jeff
Murphy.
4th place (4 under) Dee Fisher,
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5th place (4 under) Craig Barbee,
Tom Patterson.
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1st place (8 under) Mike Bouchard,
Jerry Maughon.
2nd place (5 under) Doug Sills,
Dennis Stewart.
3rd place (4 under) Rick Gutenmann,
Erik Stenberg.
4th place (3 under) Bill Hanna, O.W.
Murphy.
5th place (2 under) Brett Phillips,
Steve Thompson.'
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let place (4 under) Brian Davis,
Carol Hower.
2nd place (1 under) Ron Leighton,
Louis Hale.
3rd place (1 under) Fred Schneider,
Paul Coyne.
4th place (even) George McCann,
George McCann Sr.
5th place (even) John Santos, Jon
Tremblay.
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let place (1 over) Alan Parsons,
Jerry Smyrl.
2nd place (1 over) Michelle Stewart,
Becky Sills.
3rd place (5 over) Jeremy Newell,
Dan Watford.
4th place (6 over) Drew Black, Bill
Paxton.
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DeLano.

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Oct. 12
1st place (11 under) Kee Anderson,
Fred Heller, Jesse Dennis.
2nd place (9 under) Jerry Devoy,
Claude Stiles, Fred Schneider.
3rd place (7 under) Eric Zimmerman,
Lavaughn Dorman, Jerry Smyrl, Jimmy
Johnson.
4th place (7 under) Michael Vaughn,
David Hinnant, David Gansel.
5th place (7 under) Howard
Mitchell, Frances Eck, Gene Kester, Brian
Kamrowski.
The next Thursday Lowball is
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Oct. 15
1st place (12 under) Rance Harrell,
Tim Stanley, Steve Howard, Lavaughn
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Davis.
3rd place (9 under) Steve Whiddon,
Bo Belanger, Earl Cadenhead, Chris
Faircloth.
4th place (8 under) Mike Bouchard,
Brian Middleton, Jerry Maughon, David
Smith, Gene Cox.
5th place (8 under) Don Keamey,
Jesse Dennis, Hal Jellison, Don Widmaler?
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2006


Martial arts



Testings part of busy month at GMA


Local school will

host tournament

on Saturday
Special to the News Bulletin

Oct. 3 and 5 marked the
biggest testing to date at
Gordon Martial Arts, with 54
people attempting to earn
their new rank in the recently
renovated 5200-plus square
foot facility in downtown
Crestview.
Students as young as 3
years old demonstrated a
required level of expertise in
the martial arts for their
level. The parents, specta-
tors, instructors, and fellow
students were given a
demonstration on what
they've learned and how
much they've advanced in
the martial arts.
These testing give the
public and students a chance
to see progress first hand.
The students are very sup-
portive and encourage each
other, making this one of the
few activities that can be
done by the whole family. In
an attempt to cover all
requests, Gordon Martial
Arts offers specific curricu-
lum for 3-4 year olds, exclu-
sive MiniMartial program for
5-6 year olds, a junior pro-
gram for ages 7 and up, and
an adult program. Any age
can start and benefit from
martial arts and a person is
rarely too young or too old.
The students, all wearing
white uniforms with various
belt colors indicating skill
level, start the testing by lin-
ing up according to rank to


S, : ;: : : -

I ~


S Special to the News Bulletin
Brandon Pierce (right) spars
with Mr. Bo Jackson as he
successfully tests for his
decided red belt. Brandon
joined Gordon Martial Arts
on its grand opening day,
Nov. 1, 2003.


Special to the News Bulletin
Gordon Martial Arts held its promotional ceremony on Oct. 7. Front row from left are Mini Martials Jonah Frith, Kirkland Griffith, Matthew Zamorski, Braden
Mobley, Harper May, Donnie Perry, Nakiya Wytch and Alexandra Garcia, and Tiny Taes Dalton Grice, Ali Wheelbarger, Cassidy Hamilton and Cody Hudson.
Second row from left are Mini Martial Graduates Benjamin Nowers, Tiffany Dees, Devon Grice, Felicia Gordon, Bobby Jackson and Lexa Garcia. Juniors-
Richard Rounsaville, C.J. Calimlim, Justin Calimlim, Gunnar Curcio, Alex Fader, Za Bell, Alyssa Vdn Almen and Samuel Johnson. Third row from left are
Lisa Gordon, Conor Willis, John McCullough, Hannah Naylor, Samantha Jackson, Julian Engel, Brandon Pierce, Kodi Richardson, Tiffany Gordon, Dylan
Brock, Ben Frith and Taylor May. Back row from left are Raimy Engel, Thomas Gordon, Nikki Montgomery, Chris Stevens, Angle Reber, Gabbie Reber,
Sebastian Engel, Randy Stevens, Gregory Bledsoe and Bo Jackson.


make for a very structured
environment.
Ms. Tiffany Gordon and
Mr. Bo Jackson co-conducted
the testing to keep things
going smoothly and efficient-
ly. During testing, students
are called up in groups with
people in similar ability so
there are no stressors and no
cliques.
At first, the student goes
through a set of prearranged
movements. Then they face a
fellow classmate and take
turns defending against a
common punch and some
self defense techniques. As
the higher ranked students


II II

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Hosted by Gordon Martial Arts
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Bow in: 10 a.m.
Admission: $5 for adults
and $3 for children (youths
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After 18 months, six of the
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Tiffany Dees, Felicia Gordon,
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During the covered dish
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was a lot of buzz of the
upcoming tournament
Saturday hosted by Gordon
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program finally being
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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18,2006 CRESiVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


eAttobe viw f omestitc e


A cop's-eye view of domestic violence


worked with the sheriff's


Adam Ziglar office since 2000. She has
Crestview News Bulletin seen the darkest sides of
domestic violence the
Roberta Holloway times when she must inter-.
reviews anywhere between vene because other preventa-
80 and 180 domestic violence tive methods have proved to
cases each month. be fruitless.
In all of the cases, the sher- She works using help
iff's office has made just 31 from the STOP Violence
domestic violence related Against Women grant. The
arrests in north Okaloosa sheriff's office acquired the
County since Jan. 1 this year. grant in 2002 so an investiga-
An investigator with the tor could handle domestic
Okaloosa County Sheriff's violence related crimes.
Office Criminal Under the STOP grant,
Investigations Division, Holloway strictly monitors
Holloway specializes in deal- domestic violence and adult
ing with domestic violence sexual assault crimes, look-
related crimes, and has ing for patterns of dangerous



S 7." Do I"stay

IF YOU STAY... If you decide to stay with your abusive TEMA your children t
partner, there some things you can do to make your situation TEAC your children a
better and to protect yourself and your children. DREM P and practice
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM KO where you are
(I-00-44-ABUSE) When you are in dA
TELq someone what is going on always return the later with p
SLEAw what your options are when you feel the tension buil
SMAKE a safety plan children by leaving.
SFIND away to stash some cash
BuLD as strong a supportsystemas possible AF ANDNNG FOR YO
SDmELop a positive way of looking at yourself yoUR OPTIONS CAN HI
SKNOW that NOTHING you did or said caused the you PROTECT YOURS
abuse. IT IS NEVER OK! 'AND YOUR CHILDREN.
MAKE AN EsCAPE PLAN
It is likelyyou will be physically abused again in the near While there are certainly
additional questions and con
future. Having an escape plan can make the difference additional queions and con
erations you may face while
between being severely injured or killed and avoiding injury decide to stay or leave, these a
all together. beginning. It may also be hel
PREPARE AN ESCAPE BAG to list the positives and negat
Have a container (plastic bin, garbage can, suitcase, o r pros and cons of both st
just a plastic garbage bag) hidden in a SAFE place. Include: and leaving.
S2 changes of clothing for everyone : What do I gain by staying
Copy of Birth Certificates for everyone I What do my children gai
Copy of Social Security Cards for everyone 0 What are my expectation
Copy of bills rent, mortgage, utility receipts, etc work to get them?
: Insurance cards What am I willing to do
SChecking/Saving account books material things, my hea
Extra stpffs s, my self-esteem, etc.?
This is, of course, not a complete list but you WILL need .Lat is the price I've be
these items if you flee. relationship?
SHow will staying/leaving
BE HONEST WTH THE CHILDREN from now?
They know something is wrong. They need to know the What do I value? What d
abuser's behavior is wrong. They need to know it is NOT and others?
THEIR FAULT!


Making a

Leaving ;
Planning ahead for an escape-will improve chances of getting our safely. Consider dis-
cussing it with a domestic violence counselor before you make the move. Things to be discussed
should include: I) how to decide the best time to leave; 2) the actual steps of leaving; 3) safe-
ty during the "escape"; 4) transportation; 5) where to go; 6) who should help you. There may
other needed plans. You may call a counselor at 1-800-500-1119 to discuss your plan.

After you are safely away
Domestic violence counselors suggest you consider using a safety plan for the days and
weeks after you leave. Safety at your new home can be improved by planning for the unex-
pected.
Choosing to keep your new location a secret is a decision only you can make. If you do
choose this, there are some important items to consider.
I. Who can you trust to keep your secret?
2. Can children be "used" to find you? Through visitation? School?
3. Can your employment or school be a point of location or stalking?
4. Will the abuser go "all out" to find you? (Stalk employer, friends, family;
file court papers, abuse reports, missing persons reports, etc?
If you answered "yes" to any of these, you may need to have a special plan that includes
getting help from other people, such as your employer.


behavior based on prior
offenses.
Holloway is involved in
the injunction violation
process. The four different
types of injunctions that can
be issued against a person
who has victimized someone
are:
Domestic violence
Dating violence
Repeat violence
Sexual violence
There are misconceptions
about the use of injunctions.
"You don't necessarily
have to be in a domestic
violence relationship with a
person to get an injunction,"
Holloway said.


The sheriff's o
involved in d
violence prevention
of ways. Holloway
with the Domestic
Coordinating Cou
local group of traine
teers who try to s
occurrences of th
through education
awareness.
She said the cou
issues on the table t
to be addressed.
"We discuss thing
ter see how we can s
victims," she said. "V
we do to try and c
before it happens?"


or leave?


o dial 911
bout a "Safe Place"
Using a "Code Word"
going and how to get there
anger, GET OUT!! You can
police officers if necessary. But
ding, protect yourself and your


DUR
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ELP
ELF

iany
isid-
you
ire a
pful
ives,
saying


IF YOU LEAVE...
The first 72 hours after leaving can be the mo
ous time in your life. Leaving does not mean the a
stop being abusive. Increased threats and stalking
mon during this period. This is a time when many
murders happen. "If I can't have you nobody can


be the theme here.


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in by living in a violent home?
ns for the future? How can I
without if necessary --
Ith, my emotional stability,
en paying to stay in this .
affect me one year/five years
o I want and need from myself


Safety Plan
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oome I ips iur oautty
[Use tips from above in addition to the following


I Will Consider These (t')


Made Part of Safety Ph


L Remember the danger may get worse during an escape or after
leaving a violent relationship.
O Have a safety plan for as long as there is communication with/from
the abuser ---- and longer. Review it with a counselor often.
L If you move, put rent, phone, and utilities in another's name.
O Get an Injunction for Protection
Q Keep injunction copies at home, work, in purse.
l Have someone else pick up or deliver children if a judge orders visitation.
O Use a post office box (or Mail Boxes Etc.) instead of a street address.
Check it during busy hours.
c Report suspicious things to police, file violations of the injunction, as necessa
L Keep copy of injunction, custody orders etc.at school.
OL Make special arrangements to pick-up children from school.
QO Ask school to call about any unusual contact by abuser.
LI Make same arrangements with childcare/babysitters.
L Make special arrangements for daycare & school to make contact if there
is an emergency. For example: use a pager..
Q Have mail sent to the domestic violence center to be forwarded or to another
Safe place. If you use a change of address card with post office, you may be
found. It is not private.


IF YOU ARE IN DANGER CALL 9


member, you know yo
better than anyone el
the best judge of I
danger you and you
are in. It is very imp
you to accurately
danger and take
precautions to pr
and your children.
Too many p
tinue to believe tha
violence is a priva
between family
rather than a crmin
that merits a strong


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Domestic Violence...

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Even when cases are brought, domestic crime
cult to prosecute. All too often victims are so terry
they fear for their lives if they call the police. Sile
abuser's best friend. We have to end the silence a
our attitudes toward domestic crime.

YOU HAVE BEEN. STRONG-ENOUGHT
YOUR FAMILY TOGETHER UNDER THE
POSSIBLE CIRCUMSTANCES. NOW, WI
HELP OF A STRONG SUPPORT SYSTEM 1
STRONG ENOUGH TO BUILD A UFE V
VIOLENCE.


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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2006


iotlete lonitb


SDomestic violence is
officee is
domestic not just against
in a lot
works women and children...
Violence
nsel, a Domestic violence occurs in all cultures, people
d volun- of all races, ethnicities, and religions can be perpe-
e crim e trators of domestic violence. Domestic violence is
e crime
n and perpetrated BY. AND ON. BOTH MEN AND
WOMEN, and occurs in same-sex and opposite-
nsel gets sex relationships. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.)
hat need According to Florida statues: "Domestic
violence" means any assault, aggravated assault,
;s to bet- battery, aggravated battery, sexual assault, sexual
serve the battery, stalking, aggravated stalking, kidnapping,
What can false imprisonment, or any criminal offense result-
mut it off ing in physical injury or death of one family or
household member by another family or household
member.
"Family or household member" means spouses,
former spouses, persons related by blood or mar-
riage, persons who are presently residing together
: : as if a family or who have resided together in the
past as if a family, and persons who are parents of
a child in common regardless of whether they have
st danger- been married. With the exception of persons who
abuser will have a child in common, the family or household
g are cor- members must be currently residing or have in the
Domestic past resided together in the same single dwelling
Seems to unit. 741.28 Domestic violence; definitions.--As used in ss.
741.28-741.31
Iur abuser Domestic abuse has many forms, including
e. You are physical violence, sexual abuse, emotional abuse,
r children intimidation, economic deprivation or threats of
Prtant for violence. There are a number of dimensions:
asses the mode physical, psychological, sexual
necessary and/or social
otect you frequency one offense, occasional, chronic
*. severity -. in terms of both psychological
people con- or physical harm and th' need for treatment
t domestic transitory or permanent injury mild,
ate matter moderate, severe up to homicide
members, (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
nal offense
and sift If you are in a domestic -

sarediffi- abuse situation...
rized that 'Always keep a record of dates and times of incidents.
lnce is the
nd change is the Always report the violence to your doctor and
ensure that they record your injuries as well as all
the details of the assault.
r' KEEP *Always seek medical attention for any injuries do
WORST not cover up the true cause.
ITH THE 'Always take legal advice.
YOU ARE
WmUT Do tellyour family and friends what is happening
to you.
*Do not be provoked into retaliating.

Some things you will need...

0 Driver's license or I.D.
1] L Passports, Green Cards, work permits
"' (') U Birth certificates
SQL Social Security cards for self & children
O Checkbook/bank book
OU l Extra keys: house, car, storage
Q 0 ATM Card
O; L [ Medicaid or copy of prescriptions
O. 0 Credit cards
.L Address book / phone numbers
[]O L Car registration
I OU Car, health, life insurance papers
O IU School & medical records
O LQ Divorce, custody, injunction papers
]0 IO Copies of family bills
SProof of partner'.income (pay stub)
[O Pre-paid long distance card
O Home calling card (calls can be traced)
[ LO Changes of clothes
O Personal items: toothbrushes, tampons, etc
LI Pictures, jewelry, keepsakes
1 LO Picture of abuser (I.D. to serve court papers)


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2006


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ussell and Mrs. Robinson are having too much fun,


Laurel Hill School's Art Department has been busy. Mrs. Lyons, Art Teacher, held a
Spanish Heritage Celebration for elementary students.
The students made pifiatas and filled them with candy. They then celebrated by having a
Spanish party. They sang Spanish songs and danced to Latin American music. Gracias to
Senora Lyons; great job! (story submitted)


Mrs. Lyons and Mrs. Russell get in on the fun doing the Me


SCHOOL NEWS

UM News
HOMECOMING: The
University of Mobile invites alum-
ni and friends to Homecoming
and Family Weekend Oct. 27-28.
Events include concerts,
reunions, Rams soccer, a fall
camival, and more.
To register or for more infor-
mation, visit the UM website at
www.umobile.edu/homecoming
or call the Alumni Office at 251-
442-2212.
Highlights of the weekend
include a fall carnival with laser
tag, mechanical bull, bungee run
and more with a children's play
area on Friday, Oct. 27, from 6-
11 p.m. The UM women's soccer
team will play Spring Hill College
at "The Jungle," UM's soccer
field, at 7 p.m. A concert with The
Mike Warren Band and Eliot
Morris will be held on Weaver
Hall's north lawn.
Events on Saturday, Oct. 28,
include an alumni choir
rehearsal with Dr. Kenneth
Bergdolt, professor emeritus,
and alumni meeting and parent
meetings. Residential students
will compete in "Dorm Warz," a
relay style event; a Student
Government Association
reunion, the UM men's soccer
team vs. Spring Hill College at 6
p.m., and a concert featurina
Seraph, Lift and Jason Morant.
UF News
CONCERT FOR A CURE:
Renowned musician Livingston
Taylor will take the University of
Florida University Auditorium
stage November 4th to help
raise money for the College of
Medicine's glycogen storage
research program.
Taylor is the brother of music
legend James Taylor of "Fire and
Rair"'fame and is perhaps most
well-known for his 1970s hit, "I
Will Be in Love With You."
Taylor's duet with Carly Simon,
called "Best of Friends," also
was on the charts earlier this
year.
All'proceeds from the event,
dubbed Concert for a Cure, will
benefit the Matthew Ehrman
Fund for Glycogen Storage
Disease Research. The Concert
for a Cure will begin at 8 p.m. in
the, auditorium, located next to
Century Tower on the corner of
Union and Newell drives.
Tickets are free for children
under 5, $10 for children over 5
and $10 for students. General
admission is $25 for adults and
orchestra section seating is $50.
Tickets are available by calling
the box office at 352-392-2787.
Anyone interested in attending
an invitation-only reception with
Taylor prior to the concert can
call Meredith Beard at 352-265-
0855.


Mrs. Lyons, Art Teacher, and Mrs. Russell and her third grade class
proudly display their pifiatas. Mrs. Lyons and Mrs. Russell dressed in
festive attire for this special celebration of Spanish Heritage Month.


Mrs. Shreves, school nurse, entertained the children as she played the
guitar and sang a beautiful Spanish song.


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*PUBLIC NOTICES


NOTICE OF GROUP I
FIRE COMMISSIONER OPENING
The North Okaloosa Fire District
Is seeking a motivated Individ-
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, Crestvlew, FL 32536 or
via email to: nofdadmin@wool-
com.net. Applications will be
accepted until 5:00 p.m.,
November 15, 2006.


10/04/06
10/11/06
10/18/06
10/25/06,
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06


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


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
attorneys 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 DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of
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 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 06-CP-1266
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CLARA G. NONEMAKER
alk/a CLARA F. NONEMAKER
a/kla CLARA S. NONEMAKER
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
CLARA G. NONEMAKER
a/k/a CLARA F. NONEMAKER
a/k/a CLARA S. NONEMAKER
deceased, File Number 06-CP-
1266, 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 names and addresses
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or


demands against the 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 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 decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of the first publication of
this Notice is October 18, 2006

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
SAMUEL M. PEEK
222 Govemment Street, Suite D
Niceville, FL 32578
Telephone:(850) 678-1178
Florida Bar No: 329010
Personal Representative

Angela C. Armstrong
700 Linden Avenue
Niceville, FL 32578

10/18/06
10/25/06


INTECRUI OR O 11/18/06.. .


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO 99-CP-696

IN RE: ESTATE OF
DAVID ALAN BOYNTON
NOTICE

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that
Gerald L Boynton, personal repre-
sentative of the above styled
estate, has deposited with the
Clerk of Circuit Court, unclaimed
funds in the amount of $26,758.46
belonging to Han-Sun Boynton,
whose last known address was 8/6
328-12 Sinchang-1-Dong Songtan-
City, Kyougki-Do Republic of
Korea.

Be advised that anyone having
any claim to the moneys or knows
there whereabouts of Han-Sun
Boynton, must contact the Clerk's
office within six (6) months. If the
money is not claimed within this
time, then it will be forwarded to
the State of Florida, State
Treasurer's Office, pursuant to the
Florida Statute 733.816.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
set my hand and official seal at
Okaloosa County, Crestvlew,
Florida on the 10th day of
October, 2006

DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY: Teresa Rogers
Deputy Clerk


10/18/06


11/18/06

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2006-CA-003236 S
DIVISION

FREMONT INVESTMENT AND
LOAN,
Plaintiff

vs
THOMAS L. SCHWAB JR, at al,
Defendantss,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgement of
Foreclosure dated October 10,
2006 and entered in Case No.
2006-CA-003236 S of the Circuit
Court of the FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein FREMONT
INVESTMENT AND LOAN,
is the Plaintiff and THOMAS L.
SCHWAB JR; CHAE U. SCHWAB;
MATTHEW B. NICHOLSON;
FRANCIS M. NICHOLSON; are
the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
SHALIMAR COURTHOUSE
ANNEX FRONT DOOR, 1250
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, FL 32579
at 11:00AM, on the 13th day of
November, 2006, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgement to wit:


LOT 2, BLOCK "D', FIRST ADDI-
TION TO BEL AIR, ACCORDING
TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGE 77, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY: Teresa Fleming
Deputy Clerk

Publish in Crestview News Bulletin
Invoice To: Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
Attorney for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, Suite 300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
Telephone: (305) 770-4100
Fax: (305) 653-2329

In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing special accom
modation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Court
Administration 850-651-7497 1250
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar. FL 32579
WAY, SHALIMAR, FL. 32579;
10/18/06
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2006


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


350 Senior Care
355 Sewing & Alterations
360 Miscellaneous
450 OKALOOSA FOR RENT
452 Apartments
454 Commercial
456 Homes
458 Land
460 Mobile Homes
462 Rooms
464 Roommate Wanted
466 Vacation / Resort
550 OKALOOSA FOR SALE
552 Apartments
554 Commercial
556 Homes
558 Investments
560 Land
562 Mobile Homes
564 Vacation / Resort
700 PETS / ANIMALS
702 Boarding
704 Livestock
706 Livestock Supplies
708 Pets
710 Pet Supplies
712 Lost & Found
800 GENERAL MERCH.
802 Antiques


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN / BULLETIN BOARD CLASSIFIED


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


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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
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Box 876, Crestview
FL. 32536


102
Drivers
NEED DRIVER with
a clean Class B & E
License, position in-
cludes some physi-
cal labor. Apply in
person at Crestview
Wholesale, 984 W.
James Lee Blvd.
Crestview.
DRIVER:
EARNINGS
OVER
$50,000
PER YEAR
&
HOME
WEEKENDS!
Looking for drivers for
Dedicated Customer
No back-hauls
Paid Odometer Mileage
Loaded & Emoty.
Excellent benefits and
bonus program
Call Bill or Neal for details
@866-592-7006
NEEDED: CDL Driv-
er's, CAD Techni-
cian, mechanics and
surveyors. Top pay.
Full benefits. Apply
at B&H Contracting,
Inc., 2408 Caton
Road, Florala, AL.
36442. 334-858-
6666


102
Drivers

DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOWI
Wemer needs entry-
level semi drivers.
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+lst yrl
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309.
DRIVERS Flatbed
$1700
SIGN ON BONUS
AL, GA, & FL Dis-
patch
HOME WEEKENDS
GUARANTEED
Earn up to .39 0/mi.
BCBS Ins.-Medical,
Dental & Vision, Co.
,Match 401K in 90
days, 50% Pre-load-
ed & Tarped Loads
Must be at least 23
yrs old& lyr OTR
Flatbed Exp.
SUNBELT
TRANSPORT
Call Herb:
1-800-494-8471
www.PatriotTrans.com

104
General Help
NOW ACCEPTING
applications for em-
ployment at Learn-
ing Tree Day
School, Inc., 201
Valley Rd. Must be
18 years of age. Ap-
plicant should have
CDA or equivalent
and have experi-
ence working with
children in a daycare
setting. Apply in per-
son only.

mm il


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.


104
General Help

AUTO BODY Tech
trainees needed at
Factory Spec Colli-
sion Center. Must be
mechanically in-
clined and career
minded. Any auto-
motive experience is
a plus. 4 day work
week, great benefits
and awesome work
environment. Call for
appointment 423-
0691.
$
ABSOLUTELY
THE BEST
$
Temporary Staff-
ing Co. in this
area. Labor Find-
ers needs you!
Highest Pay, Best
Assignments.
$6.50-$12.00 per
hour paid daily.
Positions open
daily. Have A
Car? Earn extra
$$. Open 5:30A.M.
6-B Hollywood
Blvd., FWB. Never
a fee. 850-243-
2699

100 WORKERS
NEEDED. Assemble
crafts, wood items.
To $480/wk. Materi-
als provided. Free
information pkg. 24
Hr. 801-428-4649
CRESTVIEW
AREA: House
Cleaning Company
needs help. 32
hours p/week, start-
ing pay $6.40 must
have reliable trans-
portation call 758-
8891
FAST GROWING
Company looking
for energetic people
to represent unique
product line, full or
part time. Good
commissions, train-
ing provided. Call for
an interview now
850-428-2029
HARD WORKING
man to work for fam-
ily owned trash com-
pany in Holt, Drug
Test Required, 537-
3282
NEEDED CHURCH
choir director-paid
position. Call 682-
5280 for more infor-
mation.


108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring pm
cooks and dish-
washers. OW stu-
dents welcome 682-
8804
110
Labor
HELP WANTED
Lawn Maintenance
Landscape experi-
ence preferred. Will
train. Drivers license
required! Crestview
area. Call 259-7745
or 305-2319
114
Medical

HEALTHMARK
REGIONAL
MEDICAL CEN-
TER
DeFuniak Springs,
FL 32435
EOE drug-free fa-
cility is presently
taking applications
for all shifts in all
Nursing Units.
*RN'S
*LPN'S
*CNA'S
Also taking appli-
cations for:
*Maintenance
Managers/Work-
ers
*File Clerks
Persons interested
in these positions
may apply in per-
son, telephone
(850)951-4507, or
fax resume to
(850)892-7079.

126
Skills/Trade

AUTO BODY shop
foreman needed at
Factory Spec Colli-
sion Center. great
opportunity for a
quality body tech
with organizational,
and leadership
skills. 4 day work
week with great ben-
efit package 423-
0691
ELECTRICIANS
NEEDED: Career
opportunity residen-
tial, commercial, and
service electricians .
Top pay, best bene-
fits in area. 850-837-
8474


126 120
Skills/Trade Professional
WANTED: INSTAL- AIRCRAFT ENGI-
LATION technician NEERS, Designers,
for security and sur- & Drafters needed.
veillance systems. Aulo-CAD and/or
Experience helpful Solid-Works exp. re-
bul not necessary quired. Beech C-12
Call (8501862-7365 king air exp. is a
AUTO BODY Tech plus. fax resumes to
needed at Factory (251)650-0602
Spec Collison (off of or e-mail
1-10) in Crestview, hr@staravation.com
FL. 4 day work
week, great work 116
environment and Office Work
awesome benefit SCRARY FOR
package (850)423- SCRETAR R
package (850)423691. small office, general
0691.office skills required
HELP WANTED and must be corn-
Carpenters and Car- puter literate. Fax
penter Helpers resume to 689-1802
needed.Crestview/B or mail to P.O. Box
aker area. 537-3647 162R Crestview. FL.


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
OKALOOSA
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.


32536
128
Positions Wanted
MY NAME is Rhon-
da, I work 20hrs. a
week, taking in-
bound phone calls. I
average $600-
$800/wk, I need help
handling calls, there
is other jobs availa-
ble also, call ERF 1-
866-311-0701

Ber;IIIRH


310
Business
Opportunities
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in Travel Biz; http://
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POSTAL
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2006! $20/HOUR
STARTING,
AVG. PAY
$57K/YEAR.
including
benefits & overtime.
Paid training & vaca-
tions. No exp. need-
ed. 1-800-584-1775.
Ref # P2900. (not
aff. w/USPS)

315
Business Services


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struction and de-
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transports. Call 682-
2075.
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Car, Home
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Child Care
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Domestic
DETAILED HOUSE
CLEANING Will pro-
vide cleaning prod-
ucts. Excellent local
references. Reason-
able. Call Sharon at
218-0572.
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cleaning service.
Residential, deep
cleans, move-outs.
Flat rate billing Call
today for your esti-
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clean house, and
live in Crestview
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 428-6023.

332
Watch & Clock
Repair
ALL TYPES OF
WATCH & CLOCK
REPAIR
Grandfather,
Mantel, Antique
Clocks Cuckoos
We buy Antiques
and old Clocks
Call 689-1007 after
hours 682-2844
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
A-O AAA,
CONCRETE
25yrs Experience.
Driveways, patios,
tearouts, stamp
work coloring, Bob
Kat work, reasona-
ble prices,
Licensed/Insured
Free estimates.
God Bless America.
Call
850-685-9396
ALL PHASES OF
CONCRETE, Con-
crete coatings, Con-
crete repair. Deck
and Driveway addi-
tions Free esti-
mates, Low rates.
305-1957
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488


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Concrete

BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Bamhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remold-
ing, door removall.
porches, decks. No
job too small, 25
years in the busi-
ness. 423-0255
DOUGLAS
HENDERSON
Masonry 25 years
experience Long
time resident of
Okaloosa Co.. Drive-
ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932 /
546-0363
JD MATTHEWS ce-
ment work, no job
too big or small, al-
so small tracker
work with back
howe. LLC Licensed
& Insured. Cell 850-
546-0368, Hm. 850-
652-3111. '
LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


340
Home Repair

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

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
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296 Oakdale Avenue West in Historic .
Downtown Crestvie, Florida 32536


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Home Repair

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

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

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QUEST FENCING
(850) 682-9856
TILE PRO
Floors, walls, re-
pairs, new-installa
tion, handi-caIpbath
specialist, custom
shower stalls, free
estimates, Quality
workmanship
543-8308

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PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing. Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.
HANDY D'S 25
years experience,
no job too small.
Home' repairs and
improvements, if you
want it done call
537-9066
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774

342
Landclearing
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
2142
LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheapl 682-2075.
J&K TREE Service
reasonable rates.
call today. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.


345
Lawn Care

BRIAN'S LAWN
Service and Land-
scaping. We do
running and most
lawn service call
682-9122/305-8454


345
Lawn Care

DAVE'S HAULING'
LLC. Pressure
washing, tree trim-
ming, under brush
mowing, debris re-
moval, lawn mainte-
nance & more
758-5222
J&K TREE Service
reasonable .rates.
call today. Free Esti-
mates. Licensed
and Insured. Call
537-7412.

LAWN TEK,
LLC
Lawn Mainte-
nance Profes-
sionals
Competitive
rates, Quality
work, Free esti-
mates. Call
865-3266 or
682-7316
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LAWN MAINTE-
NANCE Lic. & In-
sured. Residential or
commercial. Free
estimates
special winter rates
826-2298

TOP OF THE LINE
Lawn maintenance,
pressure washing
low cost dependa-
ble. Service con-
tracts not required
but available license
and insured. 850-
685-9697. Chris
Green.
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
* ces Available


345
Lawn Care

T & J TREE SERV-
ICE licensed and in-
sured, 17 years ex-
perience (850)689-
1411 or (870)759-
0704.

355
Sewing &
Alterations
SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360
Miscellaneous
CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any wall. Call RI-
chards Cable 398-
6304
NEED DIRT
Sand etc. and bull-
dozer work Call
Spuds Hauling 850-
902-5098
TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218 ..
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demo. loader &
backhoe work. Li-
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452
Apartments For
Rent

1/1 CONDO Sand-
piper Cove, Destin.
Washer/dryer, utilit-
ies included,
$950/mo (850)682-
3238

2 BEDROOM $550
deposit $550 rent
No pets, 650-7614
or 585-1574


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452
Apartments For
Rent
BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC & non-HC
accessible apart-
ments. Water, Sew-
er, and Garbage,
provided. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crest-
view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Voice 800-955-8770
Equal Housing Op-
portunity.
BENT CREEK
APARTMENTS 11
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
tance may be availa-
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563, TDD
711, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housipg
Opportunity.

456
Homes For Rent

RENTALS111
3599 Home Hollow
Rd, $1,000, 3/2, 12
acres
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.
3BR, 2BA. Garage
CH&A new carpet,
paint. 2872 Aplin
Rd. Crestview
$800mo./$800dd.
No pets 850-834-
4767.
NORTHEAST
CRESTVIEW
2BD/2BA Town-
home,carpet/tile,larg
e.utility room, cathe-
dral ceiling.
$750mo./$750dd,
585-5007
2/1 LAUNDRY,
large kitchen,
$550./$550. 3/1
large fenced yard
$675./$675: Crest-
view 537-9798 or
830-0409


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Homes For Rent

COLDWELL
BANKER
JME
REALTY
117 Courthouse
Terrace
Crestview, FL 32536
(850) 689-1515
or (850) 682-5922
Equal Housing
Opportunity.
114 Hampton Dr
2bed/1.5bath 900
sq.ft. $600, fenced
yard
116 Hampton Dr
2bed/1.5bath 900
sq.ft. $600, fenced
yard
2499 Kingston Rd
2bed/1 bath 804
sq.ft. $650, pet
w/owner approval
687 Valley Rd.
2bed/1 bath 960
sq.ft. $675, pet
w/owner approval.
689 Valley Rd.
3bed/1bath 1,384
sqft. $800, pet
w/owner approval.
5365 Monterrey Rd.
3bed/1.5 bath 1,721
sq.ft. $815. Led
base paint disclo-
sure.
439 Panagra Ln
3bed/2bath 1,107
sq.ft. $850, corner
lot
3267 Fairview Ave.
3bed/2bath-1,252
en. .- pocane- r


OWNER/OCCUPANT OR
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
@ $88 per sqft. Approx 2,600sf, 2-story,
4/2. Located at Foxwood Country Club.


sq.lt.- $o59- ret
w/owner approval 456
109 Steeplechase. Homes For Rent
SDr 3bed/2bath 1i,537,
sq.ft. $995. 'pe t 3BR/2BA 2CG new
w/owner approval Brick home in Laurel
105 Swaying Pine Hill, $975.mo $975
Ct. 3bed/2bath- DD Days 682-5533,
1,415 sq.ft. $950 1 night & weekends,
car garage 682-4341
5814 Reinke Dr.
3bed/2bath 3BD/1BA 2CG in
1,180sq.ft. $1,150 Crestview, $800.
pool svc provided month, $800. depos-
2640 Paddock Cir. it, no pets, no smok-
4bed/3bath ers, 1 year lease,
3,042sq.ft. $1,375 951-0226
community pool
812 Travis Ct Cusom DI
4bed/3bath 2,558 CUStom B
sq.ft. $1,500 pet In B
w/owner approval
137 Mill Pond CV -
5bed/3bath 2,102
sq.ft. $1,500- In .
ground pool.
502 Jillian Dr.
4bed/3bath 2,687
sq.ft. $1,500, pet
sqftowner approvalet Baker. Hidden Spring
For further informa- 4br/ 3ba/3cg 3354sf. I acre
tion visit www.emer- see Listing #12347 @ ww
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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
doorand ashingleroof. $144,900
2581 LIVINGSTON STREET,
CuESTVIE 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 JACK 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! $649,900
4020 NIKKI LN. CRESTVIEW
Quiet country living in this 2-
story home. On secluded acres
with a stocked pond & large
oaks, magnolias. 256 S Florida
room opens to a balcony deck
overlooking the pond. Gorgeous!
$299,900
3178 OLD PLACE RD, LAUREL
HIL 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.
CRESTIEf 3BR/28A located on
the south side of Crestview.
French door open onto a large
deck the perfect place to relax
and view the pear and apple
trees. A stone fireplace and
vaulted ceilings add to the
charm of this home. $175,000
208 LIMESTONE CRESTVIEW
Close to medical facilities and
shopping, this newly constructed
home features an open floor plan
with a raised bar area, master
bath with double vanities and a
walk in closet. The price is
right"call for a showing appoint-
ment today! $169,900
RENTALS
4034 RANDI ROAD CRESTVIEW
New 1,585 SF brick home in
Mount Olive Subdivision.
3B9/2BA split floor. plan.
1,100/mth, Iyear lease



Baylis d
Dals Realty
Your Crestview
Connection

Crest viewr^Bj^

Wanda Dav^^ is^R


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
You will love this
custom built home
with wonderful features
that include pocket doors
throughout the house, open
design living area, custom
built cabinets with slide
out shelves and so much,
much more. $215,000.
Quiet country living
at its best! Oversized stone
fireplace with cedar mantel
and 8 ft. hearth welcomes
you into the living room of
this 3/2 home, resting on
4.45 acres and includes a
nice 3/2 mobile home as
well. $390,000.
Split level floor
plan, large eat-in
kitchen, new laminate
flooring, and formal living
and dining rooms are what
you will find in this 4/2,
south of I-10. Also includes
an in-ground completely
screened pool. Beautifully
landscaped. $289,900.
Lake front lovely
older home, on 2.5
acres. Three large
bedrooms, 2 baths, family
room that leads to
screened-in porch. Built-in
cabinets in dining area to
display your family
pictures or collectibles.
$265,000.
New starter home
priced to sell. 3/2, Spanish
lace walls, tiled bathrooms
and kitchen and carpet
throughout the rest of the
home. Comes with
dishwasher, stove/oven. Put
this one on your list to see!
$149,000
What a charming
comfortable home, south of
1-10, in popular
Countryview Estates! The
homeowner has made all
kinds of improvements and
upgrades to make this the
lovely home it is; new
kitchen tile and counters,
new carpet, fresh paint
throughout.. Nice level
fenced yard.$165,000.


Outstanding nim
Outsn.Jng Results.



Agency One, Inc.
682-8309 or 678-8919
To Free (800) 239-8309
301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
EACH OFFICE
INDEPENDENTLY
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456
Homes,For Rent..,

TWO 3BDI2BA 2cg,
brick in Crestview
$850. month $850.
DD and $950. month
$950. DD 682-5333/
682-4341
TWO 3BD/2BA lcg,
all appliances, 1255
sq/ft $1025. plus se-
curity deposit, De-
cember free with
year lease 259-1861


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gs, 1801 Waterway Dr.
corner lot. Details & pictures
w.salebyownerrealty.com or
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THIs iS 2-STORY -s R
HOME is located off US R
the 10th Fairway of
Foxwood Country
Club. Seller will pay
majority of closing
costs with acceptable offer! $249,000 ECAR#403817
LAKEFRONT PROPERTY
on 3 Acres! Enjoy the .
country life and be with-ace
in minutes to Crestview. 208 Aza Place: 2041
There is a doublewide Upgraded kitchen, w/ Ref., Sm
manufactured home with One-car garage. New Roof, Sidin
-- attached screen-in- paysome closing costs. PCSin
porch, and 24x42 metal building w/ full bath and two- $235, 0 $209,9
car garage. $205,000 ECAR#438981
8.2 ACRES OH STATE HWY 456
85, property is between Homes For Rent
Laurel Hjilahid Florala.
There is approx. 1,000' of IRENE
highway frontage. KINGSLEY
$305,000 ECAR#439957 CENTURY 21
Feaer Agent IMoulton Realty
MA iel tW eir (850) 682-3849
850-240-4785 Rentals:
mel.weir@pelcanproperty.com 5209 Kervin, single
Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508 wide mobile home,
Peican 5210 5. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview $600.rt $600.dp
n a a .._pelicanproperty.com bdf'-a' $875 rt.
..... r .,l l ,,' il Lu75.dp dy Rd
2918 Crescent Ave.
3bd/2ba $875.rt
$875.dp
OH ON 304 Crooked Pine
S."Mm- 3/2.5 new $1,000.rt
682-1800 $1,000.dp
B^ b dCRESTVIEW NEW-
itbbOH Cuttmi 5 LY renovated
3bd/1 ba in quiet
Thursday, October 26th neighborhood. Stor-
11:00 to 2:00 age shed. $900/mo
S and $900/sd. No
: Food & Soft Drinks will be provided. pets. References
'" e Jois o te .* and lease required.
Ceelt at ol t (850)682-8282 or
(850)830-3954.
Leave message.
AMERICAN
REALTY
of Northwest Florida,
(850) 682-1800 lnc.682-4822
828 N. Ferdon Blvd. or 651-5717
Crestview, FL 32536 al
a wI www.jm ane4aohnxohreay.com Equal Housing
Opportunity
5375 Stallion Rd.
2/1 $625.
For S By Ow f 867 Brett St. 2/1.5
S$650.
s 6191 Bethany Dr 3/2
$675.
1219 Pinewood 3/1
$750.
3957 Bear Creek Rd
2/1.5 $795.
119 W. North Ave,
155Oak Terrace. South of1-10 off John 12 5.ff Dr. 3/2
King Rd. 3br/2ba, many new $800.
upgrades. Open House every Fri/Sat 117 Oak Terrace 3/2
6a-6p. 683-4142 $850.
718 E. Lee Ave 3/2
$875.
374 Brackin St. 3/2
$900.
178 Swaying Pine
Ct. 3/2.5 $925
1BD/1BA FU- 3 &3M 2940 Stillwell Blvd.
3/2 $950
3/2 $1050.
5414 Josh Dr. 3/2
3BD/2BA, 1/2 acre, Privacy fence, Screened $1175.
Detachen d 710 Riva Ridge Dr.
patio, Brick, Metal roof. In town. etached $1,300id r.
garage, plus many extras. 2715 Paddock Cir
004/2 $1350.
$169,000 689-2029 5813 Phillip Rd. 3/2
$1350 Visit us
@ :456 456 www.eraameri-
456 456 can.com
Homes For Rent Homes For Rent NEW HOME 2400
sq.ft. 4bd/2ba/2cg
1BD/1BA FUR- 3 & 2 BEDROOM $1200/mo, $1200/sd
NISHED house, in- Homes for rent, No dishwasher and re-
cluding w&d, wsg, Pets682-1972. frigerator included
lawn maintenance 683-5355(w),689-
$500/mo, $400/sd. HOUSE FOR 0453(ad. Available
Hwy 90 East, 3 LEASE. Sy Dang
miles from DFS 892- NORTH OF $85
2097 BAKER 460
3BD1/2.5BA TOWN- 3 Br. 1.5 baths CA/H Mobile Homes For
HOUSE newly built Appls. large fenced Rent
192 Swaying Pine yard. No Pets, No 3BR/2BA IN Mossy
Court, 1500 sqft, Smoking. House will Head. Available im-
$900/mo plus de- accommodate a m e d i a t e I y
posit call David couple and 1-2 chil- $850mo/$850sd.
(850)206-3611 dren. $800. month Call 850-305-7796
$800. security de- Cai 850-380-7796
NEW BRICK posit. Rent includes 3951 after 7:30p
3bd/2ba 201Os.f. ,,,,h i, 3951 after 7:30p


$1 ,350/mo.
lawn/pest service in-
cluded, security de-
posit required, call
689-0821.


pickup and once a
Month yard mowing.
Call 537-2561 Credit
report and Ref. re-
quired.


4BD/2BA HOME
For Rent Private Lot
in Wooded Area
$875./mo 850-685-
3604


)sqft,.3BR/2BA + Bonus room.
ooth-top stove, DW, Microwave.
g, & Gutters. Walker School. Will
ig Must Selll
900 689-3658


560
Land For Sale
320 AC prime devel-
opable land. Beauti-
ful lake & East TN
mtn. views, 80% roll-
ing pasture. Clinch
Mtn. Realty & Auc-
554 tion 865-993-5263
Commercial www.clinchmountain
Property For Sale realty.com Many
smaller tracts &
ANDALUSIA AL'7 farms avdilablblU'i
6good' locatiori' 2 ui .-
mini storage, ented" FOR SALE 3;,1 acre
20 10x10, 7 5x10, lots, each with Mo-
$85,000. (386)846- bile Home ofi May-
1957e hair Road. Call 682-
1045 daytime or
PROPERTY FOR 682-2880 after 5prm.
Sale: Holt, Hwy 90,
'130ft Hwy frontage, er 6 Hilltop acres,
S80ft deep, Clearcreek Estates
$150,000. 537-4465 Crestview. No trail-
ers, horses wel-
556 come. $28,000
Homes ForSale per/acre. Call 423-
41234 or 758-9254.
1 ACRE fenced lot 3 LOTS in Clear
with small lbr home, Creek Estates in
hook-up for R.V. Crestview, lot 1 2.88
completely fenced acres $80,000., lot 2
850-902-2426 2.66 acres, cleared
4BD/2BA HOME for area for home site,
Sale or Rent on se- water meter instal-
cluded acre in North led, $95,000., lot 3
Crestview.Available 2.5 acres, $75,000.,
December 1, $180k Clear Creek runs
or $750/mo, through back 1/3 of
$500/sd. (850)376- lots, lots have been
7676 leave message bushhogged.
(850)375-2351 or
NO MONEY (850) 375-2425
DOWN *
Free list of proper- 562
ties available with Mobile Homes For
no down payment. Sale
Free recorded DEALR
message. -1-800- DEALER REBATE
831-5358, ID 1043 3 Bed 2 Bath Double
Keller Williams wide for $430
Realty Emerald month. Comes with
Coast. FREE Jet, tubl Call
for details 850-683-
REMODELED 3/1 0758
1,000sqft. perfect FALL SALE 2 Bed
home or investment, 2 Bath Double wide
quiet neighborhood, for $335 month. Call
$99,900 (850)642- 850-682-4284
5151.
HANDYMAN SPE-
BAKER 4BD/2BA CIAL 4 Bed double
custom built Jacob- wide for $15,000.
sen manu. home. call 850-683-0758
2 1/2 acres
$170,000 850-758. HUGE HOLIDAY
0514 Home 5 Bed 3 Bath
only $550 month. No
GRAND OPENING payments until 2007.
new home in Crest-
view w/lots of space LOT CLOSE OUT 4
and chef's kitchen, Bed 2 Bath finished
custom one-of-a- dry wall, jet tub, fire
kind gem. Built for place, dream kitch-
entertaining. Granite en, attic only $584
counters for easy month. Will not last
cleaning. See your long only one left.
new home at 136 In- No payments until
dian Trail on Satur- 20071 Call Clayton
day, October 21st. Homes at 850-682-
It's a steal at this 3344


bargain price-
$360,000.
560
Land For Sale
1 ACRE lot located
at Country Breeze
Estates in Crest-
view, Florida. Ask-
ing $40K call Lisa
(850)773-2002
1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
FOR SALE: 50x150
lot on Lake Drive
cleared. $29,900.
call 398-7349


RED TAG CLEAR-
ANCE 3 Bed 2 Bath
only $512 month.
Ask about the stain-
less steel package.
Call 850-683-0856
for details.
SALE 2 Bed 2 Bath
with porch for $327
month. Ask about
military discount!
Call Clayton Homes
at 850-682-334
USED HOME ON
LAND 3 Bed 2 Bath
move in tomorrow
call for details 850-
683-0758


562 802
Mobile Homes For Antiques
Sale
RON'S ANTIQUES
REDUCED FOR Specializing in Anti-
CLEARANCE 3 Bed que furniture, clocks
2 Bath only $380 and clock repair. An-
month. First come, tiques. Buy and Sell
First serve only 3 Estates. M-F 9-5
homes left. Call Sat. 9-2, 213 N,
Clayton Homes Main St. Crestview
850-683-0856 850-689-1007 305-
2441
SAVE .TOU- .
SANDSAn o'.-'fo el"" 806
sale EVERY HOME Appliances
on lot reduced! 10
different models, 1 FOR SALE washer
each from 2bd/2ba and dryer, good con-
up to 4bd/3ba all edition $200 both, 6'
UPPER GRADE camper top brown
HOMES, all come and white $75. 758-
with a 2-10 year 1591
warranty. Choose KENMORE STOVE,
from 3 2006 mod- dishwasher and mi-
els, 7 2007 models, crowave $100 each
most w/2x6 outside call 537-2140
walls, overhead
vents, thermal pane GAS COOK top
windows, & plywood electric oven, over
floors. QUALITY at mount microwave
AFFORABLE and. solid wood,
PRICE come see us kitchen cabinets with
Southern Homes pull-outs (850)279-
Inc. Laird Rd Hwy 6225
90 Mossy Head, QUALITY USED
892-2232 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
708682-2844111
Pets STOVE $50., over
stove microwave
FREE TO good $35., dishwasher
home large breed $50., very clean,
dog call John 685- very good condition,
1300 currently being
RED NOSED Pitbull used. remodeling.
puppies, all shots 682-9729
and health certifi-
cates. call 259-9795 Computers
Computers
712
Lost & Found NEW AND used lap-
PETS top computers. start-
ing at $475., 499-
LOST 1YR. old 1680, e-mail nutter-
Great Dane, missing larry@hotmail.com
since 10-13-06, gray 812
w/black spots 398- Farm Equipment
5304


804
Apparel
BEAUTIFUL WED-
DING dress, never
been wor, size 8,
veil Included, $200.
obo 423-0276
802
Antiques


UTILITY TRAILER
16ft $400. 682-8586


Farm & Garden
JUMBO GREEN
and boiled peanuts
Holland farm 877-
675-6876


830
Joe Babich, Miscellaneous
Automotive consultant For Sale
for Award Chevrolet,
would like to extend an 12 FOOT wide Intex
Invitation to the public pool, like new, 2
pumps, 2 ladders,
to stop by and let him cover $75. 682-8498
answer any questions
Syou may have. FOR SALE L-Shap-
S *ed glass computer
desk with extra
SiANAIMMIIANLEMTN glass side table
Y our Slverado Headquarters Locally Owned Operated $200. call 305-2441
IL 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestvlew after 4:00pm
682-2731
QUEEN SIZE mat-
tress set with frame
814 829 good condition
Furniture Garage Sales $150., computer
desk $25. good
2 QUEEN mattress SATURDAY 10-21- shape, men's jack-
sets, still in plastic, 06 7:00-?? 104 Lea ets some new $5.00
$125. for one, $200. Place, Crestview, each. large and ex-
for other, new black FL. lots of stuff!! tra large 683-1419
sofa $189., loveseat URDAY, OCT. SEARS POOL ta-
$169. call 496-0085 SATURDAY, OCT. SEARS POOL ta-
69. c 496-8 21st, 7;00-?? 2609 ble, good cond. $75.
or 689-8995 Palamino Trail (Sil- OBO 689-3183
DAYBED $400. ver Oaks) lots of TWO CEMETERY
great condition, trun- GOOD toys, clothes, lots for sale in Live
die included, -call fumiture and more. Oak Park at Garden
'68289288.. leave.,.T U.P R TWWFtEP fS -Prayer-$4 ,*400. -
message ': NEW Catalog, ea. Call 423-9987
FULL SIZE soft.side monthly special Re- leave message if no
waterbed mattress placement order, answer.
complete with foun- Call Jackie 682-
dation, heater, drain 4305. 832
and fill kit, and 2x4 Miscellaneous
supports, $75.00. TWO FAMILY yard Wanted
Quilters floor frame, sale Friday/Saturday
adjusts for heiht Oct. 20/21 7:00-2:00 WANTED: USED
and tilts, $25.00 GE 1003 Quigley Drive Tommy lift for 2001
Dishwasher, (off of PJ Adams) F-150 Ford pickup.
$30.00.682-5039 washer, dryer, sew- 682-8408 C.-ee
ing machine, house- ,sM
KING SIZE mat- hold goods, lots of siT
tress, boxspring set great stuff. Rain or uov
(Sealy) $180. with shine
frame call 682-0348 YARD SALE Thurs.
SEALY SOFA hide- & Fri. 10/19, 10/20
a-bed green $180., lots misc. some
extra large entertain- mens clothes, 7:30-
ment center (glass 11:30 cancel if rain
doors) solid Oak .1461 Coremo Drive
$175., solid wood
pedestal round-table YARD SALE: 1219
pedestal roundtable Lexie Drive, Coun-
with lease, 4 large Lexie Drve, Coun-
chairs w/2 matching tryview Estates. I
bar Stools $275 for Boys clothes, toys,
all, two display glass carseats, age 2-4 904 '
shelf units $130 misc. items, lamps, Cars
each, other misc. women shoes, etc. 199 R
682-0348 FOXWOOD ES- 1992 BUICK Road-
master 189,000 :
TATES neighbor- miles, well main-..
828 hood sale Oct. 21st tmle. well ma
tamed. Kenwood CD
Electronics 7am-?? $1700. 582-6466
Stereo-TV-VCR GARAGE$1700 582-6466SALE
GARAGE SALE: 1997 PONTIAC
FOR SALE: brand Saturday, October 1997 Prix hi
new Jensen touch- 21 8am til, antique mileage but, well,
screen CD/DVD furniture, Thomas- maintained, clean in-
player. Never been ville sofa. corner side and out, only
used. Retails for cabinet, gun cabinet, $2700 850-902-
$850. Asking $550. clothes, misc. 154 2426
OBO call 758-1071 Patch Avenue 682-
9398
MOVING SALE T S nT
10/21 7am-?? 2415 TRANS SPORT
5 Woodbine. Small
kitchen appliances,
linens, furniture,
computer desk, misc
GAR AG tools, curtains, holl-
SALS day decor, clothes, Newer Engine &
shoes. Priced to sell. Front End
829 MULTI FAMILY A/C, Seats 6-7
Garage Sales Sale Oct. 21st 2863 GREAT TRANSPORTATION
Silver Hills Road Call Ray @
CHURCH ARD MULTI FAMILY 850-689-3779
sale 10/21 8-11am 850-689-3779
5978 Old Bethel Rd. yard sale 10/21 8-??
9Crestview. All pro Hwy 90 East across CASH FOR your car
Creeds go toA po- from Emanuel Bap- dead or alive. We al-
ceeds go to Youth list Church. To much
House Fund. s so clear garage,
10nto listt. ...r z i, i ,


MULTI-FAMILY
YARD sale
Oct20/21 7am-til?,
years of accumula-
tion. Too much to
mention. Hwy 90 to
Old Bethel, left on
Sioux Circle, left on
Shell, right on
Eloise. Look for
signs.
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD sale, Thurs.
Oct. 19th noon to
7pm, Fri. Oct. 20th
7am to 2pm, 5596
Galaxy Dr.
OCT. 21 7/11 am,
household items,
collectors glass-
ware, lots of misc.
2783 Willow Bend
Ct.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale








22x24 S '109l:


yaru sa e it iios,
rental clearing, no
job too small. 305-
1957

905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.

908
Farm Equipment
1977 MASSEY
FERGUSON 17
tractor, 4cyl diesel;
bush hog, box
blade, disk. $5,500.
850-398-0907


Totally Renovated!


422 West Ist Ave. 3/4 bedroom, 2 Bath 2078
sqft home on 1/3 acre, fenced lot. Totally reno-
vated, ready to move in. $5K toward closing.
$189,900 642-4663





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oANIEL'S AUTOMOIYE SERVICE
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
MAJOR & MINOR REPAIR
SPECIALIZING IN ENGINE OVERHAUL FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
WRECKER SERVICE AVAILABLE
DOING BUSINESS SINCE ????
Licensed & Insured
* 8a50-5373828 "
523 HWY 90 WEST HOLT, FL


Work Truock





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


1)19 IU ~ hA 'III P~sI I'] ~ ~ ~YI~A t iT~ U


10 ILVR 1/2ITN I RWI CA


#10897


STARTING AT

j20,969
S- Photo for
Illustration
purposes only.


73K miles, DVD, dual power sliding doors,
loaded, OnStar. Excellent condition.
$10,500 398-1894


V-8, Auto, PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FM CD, Locking Diff., Tinted Windows


5-YEAR POWERTRAIN


107I RGCB


-A Af A


2005 Chevy Suburban. Gold
w/tan leather. 22,428 miles.
$27,000 (obo) 305-6688


# 146 I I
#11146 A '" -- -" -


IL I [ 3/4RTON9 I' E RA iBEGICAB


#10150


$18,984
INCLUDES IlEbAtD& ) ISCDINt


1999 Grand Am
$4,000v (bo),-,
2 new tires Runs great!
902-3025


PW, PL, CR,TL, Keyless Entry, 3rd Seat, Aim. Wheels, AM FM CD


#10896

1 8,1 73
INCLUDES REBAT9 & DISCOUNT


3TAK uR ruVrw.mLIN


AC, Locking DIff. 6 Liter V-8, Auto Trans.,Traller Tow Pkg.

06 COAL wthACAMFMC


#11028


12,;606
, LUDES REBATE & DISCOUNT


914
Recreational
6.5 HP go-cart, 2-
seater, Yerf Dog, roll
cage with shocks
537-5519, 758-1506

Dutchman RV


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


PW, PL, Cruise, Tilt, Aim. Wheels, AM FM CD


AN AMERICAN EVOLUTION

vwalla i CRESTVIEW 682-2731

CHnEV FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214
CHEVROLET PENSACOLA 994-0101

TEim EUWIB UIi M 4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW
Residency restrictions apply. See sales person for details. Rebates to dealer. All prices, plus tax, tag, title and processing fee. Photos for Illustration purposes only.


17' CABIN 1984 FORD
CRUISER BRONCO
I4x4
Good condition
Runs good
17' WOOEN CABIN CRUISER $2,500
CUSTOMn (USHIONS & CANV ,,
RDiO/CD-PuIER, SWIM lADDER, 689*2029
TELEFLEX nTEERINGSYSTEM, GALVA-
NHIED TRAILER WITH NEW SPRINGS,
TIRES, FENDER, & BUNHI. NEED
MINOR WOOD WORK AND OUTEOAID.
Au. FOR $1450.00
582-2211


'96 ISUZU RODEO
4-cylender, 5 Speed
A/C, Good Condition
Good gas mileage
$3,000 (obo)
(850)398-2278


93 Ford Van




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


'89 FORD
ECONOLINE


140,000 miles.
Runs great, just
needs a fuel pump.
Great Work Van!
699-0897
$1,700 (oo)


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


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


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


1994 F-350 One-ton Dually, 7.3 Liter
Power Stroke Diesel, Fully loaded.
Runs great, Cold A/C, Tow package,
Camper/shell included.
$8,00060
546-1062 or 537-0352


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