<%BANNER%>
HIDE
 Section A: Main
 Section A: Main continued
 Section A: Main: Opinion and...
 Section A: Main continued
 Section A: Main: Business...
 Section B: Sports
 Section B: Sports: Nascar...
 Section B: Sports
 Section B continued
 Section B: Classifieds














Crestview news bulletin
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028411/00149
 Material Information
Title: Crestview news bulletin
Portion of title: Bulletin
Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 2006
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crestview (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okaloosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Crestview
Coordinates: 30.754167 x -86.572778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 9, no. 37 (Sept. 5, 2001); Title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002758666
oclc - 48122675
notis - ANN6621
lccn - 2001229458
System ID: UF00028411:00149
 Related Items
Preceded by: Crestview news leader

Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Opinion and Editorial
        page A 4
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 5
        page A 6
        page A 7
        page A 8
        page A 9
        page A 10
        page A 11
    Section A: Main: Business Directory
        page A 12
    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
    Section B: Sports: Nascar Insider
        page B 2
    Section B: Sports
        page B 3
        page B 4
        page B 5
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
    Section B continued
        page B 9
        page B 10
    Section B: Classifieds
        page B 11
        page B 12
        page B 13
        page B 14
Full Text







Longtime
educator
Ansley retires
Page A

City may hire
lobbyist group
Page SA


'CRESTVIEW


n 1 W /1.2/06or6 IOR -O

S T r district t611
GP. o Tr district title


Previews


ruaine


S


Hunt for missing Crestview man intensifies


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
The family of Charlie Blue, the
90-year-old respected Crestview
businessman and entrepreneur that
mysteriously disappeared on Oct.
18, has enlisted the help of an expe-
rienced investigator from Sarasota.
Captain William J. Spitler, the
lead criminal investigator with the
Sarasota Police Department,
arrived in Crestview late Monday


night with Sgt. Kevin Stiff, another
investigator with the Sarasota
Police Department. They did so at
the request of Blue's daughter
Deborah.
"We are just here simply to lend
a hand," said Spitler Tuesday
morning.
"Being that Sarasota has such a
large population of elderly and
retirees we deal with cases like this
all of time."
Tips of information have been


slowly coming in,
with supposed
sightings in
Milton, Pace and
Brewton, Ala.
Blue has a
medical condi-
tion that requires
dialysis treat-
ments three times BLUE
a week.
The Blue family is frustrated, as
they realize time is running out for


their father. So Deborah Blue called
her close friend, Captain Spitler for
help.
"We have been on the go since
Thursday," said Blue's daughter,
Charlsie.Shine. "We can't sit around
waiting. He has missed his last
three dialyses. It's not looking
good," admitted Shine somberly.
"Time is running out for my
dad," said Deborah. "We have to
find him and we have to find him
soon. That's why I called Bill and


asked for his help. He has been
doing this for more than 20 years.
He's the best there is."
An attorney and former prosecu-
tor from Sarasota, Deborah, her sis-
ter Charlsie, a businesswoman
from the Tampa area, and their
brother Danny Blue, from
Brooksville, all rushed to Crestview
last Thursday when they heard of
their father's disappearance.
See MISSING, page 2A


Its all for the


ids'


New police chief


gets introduced


to Hub City


OSteve nuruwa/1 n1Tuh W OUlluIIII
Baker resident Ken Henninger sits on his motorcycle Monday while holding a stuffed animal, one of the
many toys that will be distributed to local underprivileged children at Christmas time.

Local motorcyclists revving up to ride

-; in annual Toys or Kids' fundraiser
-*-M .' I.* J ': 'T '-f .. .:** *-


Steve Andrews
Managing Editor
With Christmas just two months
away, Ken Henninger is already
feeling the spirit of giving.
Henninger, a Baker resident, is
beginning his eighth consecutive
year of leading the "Toys for Kids"
drive, making sure underprivi-
leged kids 'throughout the area
have a joyous holiday season.
His campaign, a local version of
the "Toys for Tots" fundraiser, has
been growing each year, ensuring
more and more youngsters receive
presents. For some, it's the only
gifts they may receive.,
"The kids don't know who these
gifts come from, and that's not
what is important here," Henninger
said. "This isn't about me or any of
the other riders. It's about the kids
and giving something to them."
Henninger, an avid rider of his
2001 Harley-Davidson .:Classic,
began gathering fellow riders -


and non-riders, who just wanted to
help and started the "Run for the
Toys," a short journey through and
around. Crestview to raise money
and collect toys.
"Me and a bunch of other bikers
around the area had talked about it
for a year or two, then back in 1999,
I just made up my mind that I was
going to do it," Henninger said.
"It keep growing every year,
which means more and more kids
are getting gifts."
Last year's ride drew in about
200 riders and raised nearly
$10,000. Henninger hopes to bring
in around 300 riders this year, and
hopes to collect between $15,000
and $20,000.
"What we raised last year made
Christmas for over 700 kids, but I
know there a lot more children in
need this yar than there was last
year," he said. "There was a big
need, and I come from a fairly poor
. background myself, so I kind of.
know what it's like.


"It's really just fulfilling a need
that's there."
The ride will take place on
Sunday, Nov. 5, beginning at the
Wal-Mart parking lot. The ride will
head north on State Road 85. Riders
will then turn onto Highway 90
east and travel onto Highway 393
(Dorcas Highway)';The route then
turns down Poverty Creek Road
and will go west on Airport Road.
It will proceed across State Road 85
onto Old Bethel Road and continue
to U.S. Highway 90. The ride will
then go west on 90, ending at the
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5450
facility.
Henninger is hoping that more
residents will line the route this
year to show their appreciation for
the bikers' efforts.
"I think it would be neat to see
mere people on the sides of the
road cheering as the bikes rode by,"
he said.
See TOYS, page 9A


Brian Mitchell met with
City Council members,
police officers ard other
officials Monday, getting a
taste of some of the
challenges he faces when
he takes over on Nov 7.
Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's new police chief
-made.bia.first public-appearance
MCniday night at the City Couincil
meeting.
Mitchell met with council
members, officers and other offi-
cials and learned about some of
the challenges he'll face when he
begins work on Nov. 7.
Mayor George Whitehurst
publicly acknowledged Mitchell
and allowed him to address the
council.
"I know this has been a long,
drawn out process, but we feel
that Brian is going to do a good
job for our city," Whitehurst said
at the meeting.
After the council meeting,
Mitchell commented on his first
goals as chief.
"The to do list is to get to
know the folks around town and
get to know the employees," he
said. "It's kind of hard to analyze
it now, but once I get here and
start getting input, we'll know
what needs to be addressed
first."
Mitchell, 42, will replace for-
mer chief Travis Gillihan, who
retired Oct. 3. Gillihan's reasons
for leaving included frustrations
with officers' salaries and poor
employment retention.
Selected by a committee of
local officials, Mitchell was one
of 45 applicants who submitted
resumes to the city in September
when the job opening was
announced. Applications came
from as far away as Michigan
and New Jersey.
The selection committee -
comprised of City Clerk Janice
Young, Fire Chief Joe Traylor and
Dino Villani, Okaloosa County's
public safety director whittled


New Crestview Police Chief
Brian Mitchell stands before the
City Council on Monday night,
after officially being introduced.
down the list of applicants to just
five. The committee interviewed
four of the five finalists. Chuck
Upton, a Whitney, Texas police
chief, canceled his interview.
Earlier this month, the city
council agreed on Mitchell's
annual salary of $60,000, plus
$2,000 for moving expenses.
The 2007 city budget also
includes funding for eight addi-
tional officers.
"We're going to go out and
look for the best and the brightest
to serve the public," Mitchell
said.
Mitchell is coming from the
Havana Police Department, a
rural community 15 minutes out-
side of Tallahassee.
He worked as a patrolman and
detective in Riviera Beach, as a
public safety captain in
Greenacres and he was Havana's
chief for eight years.
He earned his bachelor's
degree in criminal justice from
Southeastern Louisiana
University.


www.foxwoodcc.com
682-2012


GARY S
CARPET
CLEANING
Since 1985 *FREE Estimates
"Our Goal i Customer Salifacion."
Gry Holt
OWNER
(850)682-4438
250 Henderson Street,
Cresliew, FL 32539


SPEAKS






SQuick Pest EiirUnatoimo!
682-5354
www.spearspestcontrol.com


Page 1B


I ,


Wednesday is Ladier Night!
Friday i 2-4-1 Drinksr
Wed., Fri., & Sat.
Live DJ
DR NK SPECIALS ON SATURDAY
No COVR
4050 Ferdon Blvd. 682-6111


Gill' 'wm-'J

lipfe.


mm 7 t


servi


Ul L Iw N










2A I Crestview News Bulletin


LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


Have you seen this carP


Special to The News Bulletin
A 2005 gold Honda Accord, similar to the one shown above, is the vehicle that Charlie Blue was last Inown to be dri-
ving. the 90-year-old Blue was reported missing last Thursday and is in dire need of his medication.


XAogeet Ekee-carce

S All Phases of Tree Work
iI Stump Removal
Landscaping


850-225-1718
'_ 6ob,


NEW HOMES, CLEARANCE HOMES,
USED HOMES, DEALER REBATES! "i

All homes must go to make roomfor new year!!!!
1 0% down for Landowners.
SNo Payment until 2007.
Land / Home packages available.
Call for details..


MISSING, from page 1A
"The last time that we
know for sure that he was
seen was at the CHELCO
office in Baker on Oct. 18,"
said his son Danny.
Friends and family spent
the weekend frantically
searching for Charlie
throughout the Baker and
Holt areas, where he was
known to spend a lot of his
time.
Local pilots, and naval
helicopters from Whiting
Field flew aerial recog-
nizance on Saturday and
Sunday in hopes of spotting
the 2005 Gold Honda Accord
that Blue was reportedly dri-
ving at the time of his disap-
pearance.
The Crestview Police
Department enlisted the help
of the Bay County Sheriff
Department's search and res-
cue helicopter Monday to
again pattern a search grid of
the Baker and Holt area.
"We have had just an
enormous amount of support Charli
from the community and the the Sar
oc paper,'" sa/ Deboran., agq
"Now. with Captain Spitler Tuesda
here we feel that we can take family
this search to another level." Blue
The siblings have also dri- Wear
ven to Milton, Pace and
Brewton following up on
leads. for as l
On Friday they spent be of as
much of the afternoon "The n
reviewing surveillance tapes find Ch
from a Tom Thumb Food you if
Store in Brewton where a him d(
clerk is reported to have seen need to
him. Foll
S:Spitler said that his chief vision
didn't hesitate to allow him TV 3, '
the time off to come to their graph
friend's aid, dent ca
"Deborah Blue has been had po:
so good to the police depart- "Sh
ment in Sarasota and is so seen m
well loved and respected by Genera
the legal community that my Thursd
phone was ringing off the age (
hook yesterday before I left Charlsi
to come up here," said spoke
Spitler. "I have a huge list of to say i
people that have called and or not.
said, 'Hey, I want to come he had
with you, why didn't you ask Wal-Mi
me."' it didn
He said he didn't know said.
how long he would be in "Bas
Crestview. start v
"I am going to stay here thing t


850-682-3344
5208 S. Ferdon, Crestview, FL


Today's Weather


72/51
Mostly
sunny skies.
High 72F.
Winds light
and variable.


Sunrise:
6:56 AM
Sunset:


Ken Nielsen/The News Bullebn
e Blue's daughter, Charisie Shine, and brother, Danny Blue (white shirt), met with
rasota Police Department's lead criminal investigators lliam Sitsr (leaning
in'st al)i fro-fon the ol;alcice'Un%1 Weara cltot Aain Stiret
y. Spitler, a.personal friend of. ChadlieBlle's daglUghte,~ a ,. was asked by the
y to come to Crestview and assist them in locating their father. The 90-year-old
has been missing since Oct. 18. He and his wife Hilda owned the Classic Men's
store. Spitler put it near the top of his list Tuesday morning as a place to search
for clues into the mysterious disappearance of Blue.


ong as I feel that I can
assistance said Spitler.
umber one goal is to
larlie. Now I can't tell
we're going to find
ead or alive, but we
Find him."
owing an Oct. 19 tele-
news cast on WEAR
which aired a photo-
of Blue, a Milton resi-
lled and said that she
ssibly seen him.
he said that she had
ly father in a Dollar
1 Store in Milton on
ay purchasing a pack-
of crackers," said
ie. "We went and
with her. It's difficult
whether it was my dad
We also got a call that
been seen in Pace at
art. After going there
't pan out," Charlsie

sically I'm going to
with retracing every-
hat we know Charlie


did the day he disappeared,"
said Spitler. "We're going to
start by interviewing every-
one that we know he spoke
to that day."
Spitler met with
Crestview Police Sergeant
Marc Oliver around 6:30
Tuesday morning to intro-
duce himself and exchange
what available information
there was.
S"They have done an excel-
lent job as far as the informa-
tion that they were able to
provide us," said Spitler.
"I may not be able to tell
you where he is, but I'm
going to be able to tell you
where he isn't. Now that may
sound like a profound state-
ment but obviously we have
to eliminate where he is not,"
continued Spitler.
"We want to follow every
lead, no matter how insignif-
icant it may appear. That's
why we're here. By following
all of these leads it will take


us back to the original theory.
I can tell you where he is not.
And that hopefully will nar-
row down our search."
A search that includes
finding Mr. Blue's 2005
Honda Accord.
"The car in this case, as in
any missing person case, is
huge," said Spitler. "The fact
that the car has not been
found yet is not good."
At this point lawmen
don't suspect foul play.
"We don't know that
Daddy just didn't lose con-
trol of his car and maybe run
off the road into a densely
wooded area that can't be
seen from the road," said
Charlsie.
Anyone with any informa-
tion about the whereabouts
of Charlie Blue, or who
believes they may have spot-
ted his 2005 gold Honda
Accord is asked to call the
Crestview Police Department
at 850-682-2055.


'Get the Det' $25 Winner











Lisa Taylor of
Crestview (right), is
one of this week's
News Bulletin
"Got the Dot" $25
winners, by being .
spotted by
reporter Adam
Ziglar and the
Prize Patrol with a
CNB Dot on her
antenna ,


4JwtB
77/53
A few thun-
derstorms
possible.


Sunrise:
6:56 AM
Sunset:


71/43
Windy with a
mix of sun
and clouds.




Sunrise:
6:57 AM
Sunset:
'6:02 PM


75/44
Abundant
sunshine.
Highs in the
mid 70s and
lows in the
mid 40s.


Sunrise:
6:58 AM
Sunset: :'
6:01 PM


70/43
Abundant
sunshine.
Highs in the
low 70s and
lows in the
low 40s.


Sunrise:
-.'6:59 AM
Sunset:
'-nnDI


Florida At A Glance
,3k -. :~


Jacksonville
69/50


71/61


.-.. -0


Area Cities


Ulearwater lb
Crestview 72
Daytona Beach 72
Fort Lauderdale 80
Fort Myers 79
Gainesville 72
Hollywood 80
Jacksonville 69
Key West 78
Lady Lake 73
Lake City 71
Madison 73
Melbourne 75


Miami 79 6!
N Smyma Beach 73 51

National Cities

Boston 53 3!
Chicago 50 4(
Dallas 76 67
Denver 57 3
Houston 80 7:
Los Angeles 75 5;
Miami 79 61


J HEIDI DUE7,7


b 11101 ouiiny
1 mst sunny
3 mst sunny
3 rain
3 mst sunny
7 mst sunny
7 rain
3 mst sunny
4 ptsunny
3 mst sunny
3 mst sunny
3 mst sunny
9 rain
3 rain
6 ptsunny



39 pt sunny
0 met sunny
7 rain
1 rain
2 t-storm
7 mat sunny
3 rain


Iyx IIur e= ......


Ucala /o
Orlando 75
Panama City 73
Pensacola 71
Plant City 77
Pompano Beach 80
Port Charlotte 78
Saint Augustine 68
Saint Petersburg 75
Sarasota 77
Tallahassee. 71
Tampa 76
Titusville .74
Venice 77
W Palm Beach 78


Lct, III L o oend. U


linneapull- o-
New York 52
Phoenix 83
San Francisco 73
Seattle 51
St. Louis 53
Washington, DC 55


ms sunny
mst sunny
mst sunny
met sunny
mst sunny
rain
mrstsunny
mst sunny
mrt sunny
mst sunny
mst sunny
mst sunny
pt sunny
mst sunny
rain


InIl oulIny
ptsunny
sunny
mst sunny
rain
rain
mst sunny


Moon Phases





New First Full Last
Oct22 Oct 29 Nov 5 Nov 12


UV Index
Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
10/25 10/26 10/27 10/28 10/29

High Moderate High High High
The UV Index Is measured on a 0 11 number scale. 0 mII 11
with a higher UV Index showing the need for greater
skin protection.

02005 American Profile Hometown Content Service


:


k


"~~^"~~"


;m 4










WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006 LOCAL Crestvlew News Bulletin 3A


Shaw Moving & Storage
WE DO LOCAL MOVES WE SELL
Call Richard for a Free Quote V BoxPesa aper
682-2765 120 WBoiams Street, Cresview, FLTape
6682-2765 12o w.Wifliams Street, Crestview, FL


4385 South p. A
Ferdon Blvd. 3yS le
JW souU ofl1-10 4i&A I., nIl
on 8 Sth, U II Iun
682-5500 CARPETMILL OUTLET
~~Irmlaft


Pioneering educator


Wayne Ansley retires


SAffiliated Insurance of Crestview
Health Insurance A CONTRACTED GENERAL AGENCY FOR
Life Insurance J BlueCross BlueShleld
Long Term Care Insurance of Florida
SRetirement Planning Aninndepe..ndent ...
SRetre en of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Assooatlon
.759 : Medicare Supplements* Biu .... .ed Anif
"5 Group Health Benefit Plans lorida Combined Life
ech St.* Florida Combined Life and Its Parent, Blue Cross and Blue
T"d 31. #61411-0903 Shield of Florida, are Independent Licensees of the Blue
Vachovia Bank) v110903 Cross Blue Shield Association
*Not connected or endorsed by the U.S. Government or the Federal Medicare Program.


"Working with
principals that we have
in the north zone will be
the greatest thing I miss.
They're dynamic, they
have a tremendous
work ethic. Working
alongside them and
making education work
has been a joy of my
life." ayne Ansley

Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
After serving north
Okaloosa County schools for
the past 37 years, Wayne
Ansley is retiring.
Ansley was recognized
Monday night at the regular
Okaloosa County School
Board meeting at the
Crestview Courthouse.
Superintendent of Schools
Don Gaetz acknowledged
Ansley's years of service.as a
teacher, a principal and now
the superintendent of north-
zoned schools. Since 2000,
Ansley has presided over
schools in north Okaloosa,
County.
Gaetz, who also attended
his last school board meet-
ing, referred to Ansley as a
giant among educators.
"He set standards that
were higher than anywhere,"
Gaetz said, while presenting
him with a vibrant blue crys-


tal vase.
Gaetz praised Ansley's when he first started teaching
efforts to tear down divisive at Ruckel Junior High School
lines that possibly pitted in Niceville.
north Okaloosa schools below Four years later, he became
those in the more prosperous the school's assistant princi-
south end. pal.
"Under Ansley's steward- Over the years, Ansley has
ship of north county schools, worked with numerous prin-
that line--if it ever existed cipals and helped to build
has been erased," Gaetz said, cohesive programs. While
Continuing. "You helped to working as the principal of
, ceate educatiQualequality," ..Baker School in the 1980s,
SAnsley who tu !irn 9 is Afi' "~ty helped to provide art
his career began in 199 and secondary bo rad stu-
His career began in 1969, and secondary grade stu-


dents.
"We really crossed the hall
and offered opportunities for
our elementary students," he
said, remembering a mile-
stone that makes him proud.
Ansley plans to work in
the private sector in real
estate sales and investments.
"It's been a most reward-
ing career," he said. "Helping
ypung ppqple get their edu7
ication and overcome o
many hurdles it's just
been so rewarding."


City considers hiring lobby group


Key Lime Homes, Inc. /
Your Key to Quality and Value
850-897-4663 www.Keylimehomes.net


Darren Payne, MD
Board Certified
Eye Physician & Surgeon


Lee Mullis, MD
Board Certified
Eye Physician & Surgeon


DARREN PAYNE, MD
* Full-Time Medical Director of Crestview Office
* 15 Years Experience
* Special interest in Senior Eye Care, including
Cataracts, Glaucoma, Droopy Eye Lids and Retina
Problems.
* A friendly and caring personality


LEE MULLIS, MD

* Over 25 years experience
* National Leader in Painless No-Stitch
Cataract Surgery
* A kind and friendly way

We specialize in the Diagnosis and
Treatment of Eye Conditions
S Associated with Aging, including:


* Glaucoma
* Droopy Eye Lids


The Friendly &
Caring Staff


The finest in Senior Eye Care right here in Crestview


* Crestview mulls over the idea to hire a lobbyist
group to represent its needs in Washington, D.C.


Adam Zlglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview could get some
face time in Washington,
D.C. if the City Council
chooses to hire a lobby group
to compete for grants.
George Harris, an attor-
ney representing Bradley
Arant Governmental Affairs
Practice Group, spoke to the
council Monday night. That's
the second time he's met
with local officials since
August. Harris is trying to
convince Hub City officials
to hire his firm to represent
the city at the federal level.
Harris said his firm can
secure funding to help allevi-
ate transportation issues that
affect Crestview residents -
mainly State Road 85.
"Crestview has a lot of
opportunities right now, and
a lot of growth that make you
an attractive candidate in
Washington," he said. "But
you've got to have those pro-
posals in to Washington by
January."
Harris explained that con-
gressional members need
submissions for funding
requests at the beginning of
the year.
"We'd like to submit those
in January so we can meet
with the various offices and
explain the needs of the com-
munity," he said.
Harris first met with city
leaders in March. At an infor-
mal meeting at the Robert
L.F. Sikes Public Library,


Harris, along with local and
state representatives and offi-
cials from Andalusia, Ala.,
met to discuss transportation
needs and hurricane evacua-
tion routes. Andalusia is one
of more than 15 cities in
Alabama represented by
Bradley Arant. From 'there,
Mayor George Whitehurst
asked Harris to speak to the
council.
Small and mid-size cities
and town are jumping on
board and using the knowl-
edge of federal lobbyists to
gain leverage in Washington.
Cities like Crestview -
Andalusia, Atmore,
Robertsdale and Brewton, to
name a few -- are using
Bradley Arant's federal lob-
bying power to achieve an
array of goals. Those include
major transportation pro-
jects, water, sewer, utility and
public safety projects and
technology upgrades for city
departments, like police and
fire protection.
Bradley Arant is also
working to secure funding
for housing. The Federal
Emergency Management
Agency recently announced
that $400 million in grant
money is available for hous-
ing in Florida, Alabama,
Mississippi and Louisiana.
Harris said Crestview
could get some of that, if it's
pursued aggressively.
"We've worked to help
put together a proposal for
almost $250 million of that
money in each of these states,


including Florida," Harris
said.
"We know that because of
the growth you're experienc-
ing here that housing is a big
issue."
Council president Ellis
Conner said that the council
would consider hiring
Bradley.Arant; he suggested
that the council consider the
issue during an upcoming
workshop.
"Let's see whether the city
is interested in hiring a firm
to represent the city in
Washington to lobby for
major projects," Conner said.
"We just got through with
the budget process. There's
been a lot going on in the
city.
"I think it's too important
to discuss in this setting."
Councilwoman Brenda
Bush suggested that the
council set a date to meet and
discuss the issue; however,
no date was set.
Whitehurst stressed that
the city needs representation,
on the federal level to get
help on large projects.
"This is what the city is
going to have to do in the
future to get any real help for
the sizeable amount we
need," he said. "We're going
to need somebody in
Washington and Tallahassee
working for us."
For more than 15 years,
Whitehurst has worked to
have a bypass built around
Crestview.
"You see how far we've
gotten," Whitehurst said,
frustrated by the ongoing
quandary. "Look at the shape
we're in on State Road 85."


News Bulletin Subscribe Now!

$31.20 1 Year 682-6524
mm m mm mmm mmm mmmmm mmmmmmmmm mmmmmmm mmmmmamm


Ken Nlelsen/The News Bulletin
Wayne Ansley (left) gets recognized by School Board
member Cathy Thigpen for his 37 years of service in edu-
cation during Crestview High School's football game
against Milton on Friday night.


1965: Graduated from Crestview High School.
1967: Graduated from Okaloosa-Walton Junior College.
1969: Graduated from the University of West Florida with a bach-
elor's degree in political science and history.
1969: Began teaching career at Ruckel Junior High in Niceville.
1973: Appointed as assistant principal at Ruckel; graduated with
master's degree in educational administration and supervision from
the University of West Florida.
1982: Appointed to principal of Baker School.
1990: Appointed to principal of Crestview High School.
2000: Appointed to assistant superintendent of north-zoned schools.


* Cataracts
* Retina Problems


Medicare Assignment Accepted

Mullis Eye Institute
Call for an appointment
682-5338


m~~lr~ra~s~i~r~a


The Finest in

SENIOR EYE CARE

Ri(yht Here in Crestview
I I" --- I


Crestview News Bulletin I 3A


WEDNESDAY,. OCTOBER 25, 2006 LoCAL










0


Road situation in

Crestview
A couple of weeks
ago, as we were My
traversing the Opinion
"fruited plains" and
appreciating the Bob
magnificence of B
God's hills and dales Allen
in Ohio and
Pennsylvania, I was reminded of that song from
The Sound of Music in which Julie Andrews
sang, "The hills are alive...."
No sooner did my spouse and I return to
Crestview than we heard at a local business
establishment that the world of politics is also
alive!
According to my calendar, municipal elections
are some five months away, but already a handful
of "wannabes" is lining up to replace the
Honorable George Whitehurst as mayor of this
fine municipality. Additionally, several
individuals have also intimated that incumbents
holding seats on City Council might be in
jeopardy of losing their positions.
Several months ago it was reported that a
councilman stated that things in Crestview were
going just fine, that Council is able to handle all
administrative matters, and that hiring a city
manager was out of the question. If this is so, we
are truly blessed to have five such educated and
knowledgeable persons running the town! But, if
such is not the case, it is my opinion that changes
are in order.
Somebody a long time ago observed that our
founding fathers never fathomed that our
government, at any level, should be run by
"career politicians." In fact, it was suggested that
no individual would want to stay in public office
beyond a couple of terms. Yet, we keep sending
the same folks to Washington, and we are doing
the same thing in Crestview!
The Crestview City Council has a member
with over 20 years in office, one with about a
dozen, one with almost ten, one with about six
years, and one with something like four. Now, if
this assemblage is doing a spectacular job, as at
least one contends, let them stay, but, and here
lies the basis for "term limits," if they are simply
maintaining the status quo and doing nothing to
help the citizens progress in the 21st century, now
is the time to think about change.
I am not supporting any specific candidate. I
am merely suggesting that the electorate consider
where it is that they want to be a decade or so
from now. Further, I am suggesting that others
might want to consider "throwing their hats into
the ring."- The-"gpod olp boy" syndrome,
hopefullyis a thing of the past. Now is the time'
whnth the voters need to look at qualifications
and forget about name recognition and which
soccer team was supported in bygone days.
Crestview has many challenges staring it in the
face. Think for a moment what the influx of
some 10,000 new residents will do to our traffic,
our water, our schools, etc. Think what a
challenge these changes will be to a city council
that claims that all is well! Personally, I feel that
we need new faces, faces who, without personal
agendas, can lead us forward.
Bob Allen is a resident of the Crestview area and a
retired member of the United States Air Force.


WHAT'S YOUR OPINION?
We encourage our readers to write to us at any
time with their thoughts and ideas. Opiniohs may be
mailed, faxed or e-mailed to our office :
Letters may be edited to fit available spate
without altering the viewpoint of the writer. Keep it to -;
the point, support ideas with facts, and aim for a wovy '
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 als''
email it directly to the managing editor at- the
razorbaque@yahoo.com or fax it to (850) 682-2246.



Crestview News Bulletin
The News You Need Today"
To report news, for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 682-6524.


Jim Knudsen
Publisher
News Information
If you have a concern or
comment about The Crestview
News Bulletin's coverage,
please call 682-6524.
If you have a news tip,
please call:
Steve Andrews..managing editor
Kyle Wright.............sports editor
Ken Nielsen...................reporter
Adam Ziglar...............reporter
Production
Viola Owens................ad design
Greg Allen..............graphic artist
Renee Bell.................typesetting
Sunshine Wright........typesetting
Office Manager
Lynn Gann


Classifieds
Rae Moffitt............. receptionist
Elliot Gennan.........classified ads
Advertising information
Jeremy Cadle...............retail adv.
Cati Shirley ................retail adv.
Heather Gann................retail adv.
Circulation information
682-6524
The Cstview News Bulletin is puAlshd twie
weddy eah W~acsy ad Satr by OIMm
Publishing Co., at 295 W. James Lee Blvd
Criew, Fosda 32536. nixflals Pn ap Fd at
Cremtvi, loida. FPOSMASfER: PCmla
addmrs changes to Cratiew Nes Bulletin. P.
Box 447, C Qstiw, odida 32539. All mnal
hern is puopey ofthe Curiw News Bulletin.
USPS 010-209
CRESTVIEW
NEWS
BULLETIN
n 4-Yr. r.4rt^


I SUSCRPTIO RAES


In County
3 months.....................$9.00
6 months....................$17.00
1 year $31.20


Out of County
3 months.....................$14,00
6 months...................22.00
1 year $36.20


OCTO6ER: 2 1 _


U
c N f t'*[*..;*'.a^Jl_*

S ta~tr


Conpyrighted Material



Syn i cated C content

Available from Commercial News Providers








go10 Ow
doe dmwmmN 6%wW qO d ers


PublshWW


Manqing ~tdhr


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


-lIuM
or Mq


Holt land rezoning equals urban sprawl


Editor:
The Okaloosa
County Board of
Commissioners voted
unanimously on
August 1, 2006 to
transmit to the State
Department of
Community Affairs a
rezoning request from
AG to LDR for a 480
acre parcel of land with
the 'potential to result
in a net increase of
approximately 2,369
Swelling units' on
Trawick Creek Road in
Holt.
The State responded
-with sever a major ,
objections to'this
proposed rezoning.
One very serious
concern the state
addressed, in objection
#5, is the 'proliferation
of'urban sprawl'. As
per the state this
proposed rezoning
change "exhibits the
following urban sprawl
indicators:
1) Promotes, allows
or designates for the
development of
substantial areas of the
jurisdiction to develop
as low-intensity, low
density or single use
development or uses in
excess of demonstrated
need;
2) Promotes, allows
or designates
significant amount of
urban development to


occur in rural areas at facilities and service, LOCATION. While
substantial distances including roads, most of us are aware
from existing urban potable water, sanitary that housing prices are
areas while leaping sewer, storm water more affordable in the
over undeveloped lands management, law north end-of the
which are available enforcement, county, the majority of
and suitable for -education, health- care, the workforce works in
development; fire and emergency the south end,
3) AS a result of response, and general requiring a round-trip
premature or poorly government; commute of 60-100
planned conversion of 6) Discourages or miles per day, and
rural land to other inhibits infill hours on the road. We
uses, fails to development or feel that affordable
adequately to protect redevelopment of workforce housing
and conserve natural existing neighborhoods options should be .
resources, such as and communities; available within a 15
wetlands, floodplains, 7) Fails to .mile one-way
native vegetation, encourage an commute. This puts the
environmentally attractive and responsibility of
sensitive.areas, u iMri functional nix of uses, ~'aIng' i workforkfce.
groundwater"afr. and .housi)g.issuers
ricizrge areas, akes, )Fails to provide a' squarely on the
rivers, shoreline, clear separation shoulders of all
beaches, bays, between rural and stakeholders in the
estuarine systems, and urban uses." south end of the
other significant In addition to the county, whether.it is
natural systems; proliferation of Urban private industry,
4) Fails adequately Sprawl this proposed municipalities, or the' ,
to protect adjacent development does not county." .:-
agricultural areas and meet one of the most It is clear that the .
activities, including fundamental criterions proposed rezoning
active agricultural and of the very definition of request and subsequent
silvicultural activities 'Affordable Workforce 'development' fits the
as well as passive Housing'. As per 'The state's definition-of
agricultural activities Workforce Housing 'Urban Sprawil', aind
and dormant, unique Task Force of the does not meet the most'
and prime farmlands Economic Development important, fundamental:
and soils; Council' of Okaloosa requirement of
5) Allows for land County findings, Workforce Housing
use patterns of timing published in the EDC's Development:
which fourth quarter 2006 LOCATION.
disproportionately news letter:
increase the cost in :"One of the most Sincerely,
time, money and important elements of Larry Elliott
energy, or providing our definition of Holt, FL.


and maintaining


workforce housing, is


Ted Mathis for mayor


Editor;
:Ted Mathis has just
conveyed that he is
going to run for mayor
again and many folks
are delighted because
they were hoping he
would! Crestview needs
a strong and
experienced mayor.
Ted's perceptiveness,
wisdom and experience
is unsurpassed and it is
greatly needed at this
time when we are
undergoing rapid
change. Ted has already
done a great deal for
Crestview.
I do not know of a
kinder and more
understanding and


freely giving person
than Ted Mathis. Even
today heis forever
helping someone or
leading some project for
the betterment of
Crestview and
sometimes for the entire
county. His
insightfulness and vast
experience as an
administrator and
engineer are
unparalleled. I do not
know of anyone whose
service has been so
freely given to his
country, his church and
to Crestview, He has no
peer. He was a great
mayor before, always
going beyond the call of


duty. Furthermore he is
a man of great integrity.
In times of disaster in
the states of Florida,
Louisiana, Georgia,
Alabama, Illinois and
South Dakota, Ted
organized mercy
missions to these states,
even driving one of the
big trucks himself. His
list of accomplishments
for Crestview during
his years as mayor is
virtually endless. Just
one of many examples
is the Bob Sikes
Regional Airport. He
appointed a board and
headed it for nearly
three years against
heavy odds until we


finally obtained an
instrument landing
system that enabled'
aircraft to land during
stormy weather. This"
had not been possible
before. This enabled the:
airport to experience
very significant growth,
bringing in new
industry. The list goes
on and on.
I fervently hope he
will be reelected by
grateful people as
nobody is better
qualified than Ted
Mathis.

Respectfully yours,
Dr. Mark Weatherly,
Crestview


Kyle


Ku ~
Rpom ~ipr~
Rspi Iii



~ls.3


Com-une Nw












^:


Rtd
ReWa


Friday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. Is the last day to turn in letters supporting candidates for the Nov. 7 election.


John Parrott Elliot German Rae Moffitt Bobby Barkley Robert Skelton Grog Allen M Iot Owe,
Military Reporter Classifieds Receptionist Hook & Trigger Distribution Graphic Artist Adi
"' "?:,' ., *. :


* .. ': -. ,
* -- ',',I- ', '


OPINION & EDITORIAL


.. 1.


_


.













WFDnNFRDAY OCTOBER 25. 2006


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I 5A


C IHS disc
S John Parrott
S News Bulletin Reporter

''. resfview High School
Student Services
*' ttintristrator Ron
P n Fuci has the perfect back-
S ground for his profession.
I-( was a career police officer
:, iv ,h the Boynton Beach
S ot:e department for 16
S vef before returning to
S public education.
The walls of his office are
meticulously decorated with
S,. photographs of him in his
former occupation, which
was as diverse as it was chal-
S leriging. From K-9 officer to
ecial Weapons and Tactics
'- t feam member, he h.as
S* seen it all in a career than'
wah filled with incredible
hiighs to unexpected and bit-
to ittiows; :. ,
Sitting prominently on a
bookcase behind his desk is
his battle scarred SWAT hel-
*. met.One suspects it is there
Sfor two reason, the first of
which is a less than subtle
reminder fo those who come
into his office that he has
been around the block a time
or two and is not easily
foolqd.The second reason
Iaye;thatit. reminds him
S of here he has been and
lheehe is today. "
uslyanucci is
d of wha0 he has accom-
ed, and it shows. He is
ally proud of what he is
gw doing, a id that, too,
shows. *
S The married Crestview
resj.nt and father of two
sayshe laughs when he'sees
the Hollywood version of a
police SWAT team. "A lot of
the tuff they do is pure fic-
said P anucd, "but
imy ctrent job and
1i are similar is
btth of them have taught me
remain co)l and collected,
ev3,whgh things become
coifr ntaaonal."
'Panucci isthe go-to man
wheu*itqomes to neting out
unis ent, and he is in the
when angry
p nd answers. It
t"is capacity that he
meets the demands of the
,11


hiplinarian relies on police skills to find answers


John ParrottThe
Ron Panucci, sitting at his de*
discusses life as a cop ai
school system, as well as
meeting with students and
parents on one-on-one
encounters.
Oftentimes these encoun-
ters are not cordial and civi-
lized, but nevertheless,
Panucci handles them with
the same professionalism as
when he wore the uniform of
a police officer.
"We have a'student body
nearing 2,000, and I seldom
Shave contact with the vast
majority of students," said
Panucci. "It is 10 to 12 per-
cent, whom I call the at-risk
students, that I deal with."
Before coming to
Crestview High, he was the
administrator of Okaloosa
Academy, one of the charter
schools for troubled youths,
andit was while assigned
'ilere as a teacher that he got
interested in administration.
"When this job opened
up, I applied for it and here I
am," said the Newark, N.J.
native.
Panucci got his Bachelor
of Arts degree in Physical
Education from Kean
University in Union, N.J., in
1980. He statd his career i
educanon that same year at
Union s1'omeale High
School.
"But after about a year
and a half, I became aware I


He carefully weighed the
two offers, and it came down
to money. The starting salary
was higher with the police
S department, plus there were
all kinds of incentives which
could not be matched by the
S Palm Beach County School
system.
"You have to remember,
teacher pay in the early
~.:; f 1980s was extremely low,
ri a. m- and it was a pretty easy deci-
Ssion for me to make at the
time," said Panucci. John Parrott/The News Bulletin
He was first a patrolman, Ron Panucci's police
then a K-9 police officer badge and departmental
before becoming a SWAT decorations.
member, and laughs about
all the press clipping Cesar, self-defense, firearms, and
his K-9 partner, got when he chemical weapons. One of
SNews Buln retired. "Look at these," he the schools they sent me to
Sa Cesew H S lin, said, pointing to an impres- led me to develop a health
sk at Crho view High School, sive stack of newspaper clip- and fitness program for the
pings that glowingly refer to Boynton Beach Police
was not going to be rehired his dog partner but hardly Department.
as a PE teacher, but would be mention him. "I also supplemenrited my
offered a different position One of the humorous income by being a personal
which I felt limited my pro- aspects of his dog's retire- trainer, and that is something
fessional options. So having ment was that it made head- I still do, but on a more limit-
nothing to hold me there, I lines in one of the popular ed basis nowadays."
decided to follow the sun- supermarket tabloids, a point Among his many memen-
shine and move south." Panucci finds pretty funny. "I tos from his police career is a
"I have an older brother didn't know it until a cousin photograph of him demon-
who lives in Boynton Beach, of mine in New Jersey called starting Australian-style rap-
and I had just visited him me and told me I'd made the spelling down the side of a
several months before and paper," he said, laughing. building. "That is a rush,"
liked the area really well, so I In further discussion on Panucci said with a smile.
decided to try my luck down his life with the police i, His mood grew somewhat
there, and moved in with department, Panucci stated, somber and more introspec-
them while I looked for "Actually, there is some pub- tive when asked to describe
work" lic misconception about police work at its low point.
Panucci learned that find- SWAT teams. In reality, we "Police work is a noble pro-
ing a job was harder than he were among the best and session, but everybody is out
had imagined, especially one most highly trained and pro- to get you-the media,
teaching Physical Education. tected members of the police lawyers, politicians, public,
"As far as finding a job, I force, but in actual fact it is and your own department,"
was looking to take the best the cop on the beat who has he said, referring a series of
deal I could get, and at the a far more dangerous job. We bizarre lawsuits brought
time PE teachers were in always knew what we were against the department by
abundance," said Panucci. getting into as SWAT mem- citizens or groups represent-
"It was in the late summer bers, but the cop on the beat ing citizens.
months and school was does not, and that makes his One, a highly publicized
about to start. At this point job riskier and potentially lawsuit brought against the
Panucci smiled and began more dangerous." police department by a
explaining how he became a Even in police work, known drug dealer, especial-
police officer. Panucci always put himself ly left him disheartened and
"I decided to apply for a in a position to learn and bitter toward the justice sys-
job with the police depart- then teach, a trait that still tem. The suspect attacked
mert just in case I couldn't m inspires him todq a "I ent ,r attempted to kill Ptcci
find a teaching postand to every school, se- ,a v wh.. a butc4ieknife,fbut was
oddly enough, I got iob workshop offered 'yte ot by his partner. Shortly .
offer from a school and the police department, and got afterwards the drug dealer
police department the same certified to instruct in every and her operatives filed a $6
day. discipline, in use of force, in million lawsuit against the


Boynton Beach Police
Department, and won.
However, Panucci thinks
the lawsuit, and others like
it, reflects an increasingly
permissive society. He has
some definite opinions about
where this is heading and
what he would do to make
society more responsible for
its actions.
"A lot of what we hear is
the blame game," he said.
"Parents blame teachers,
teachers blame parents,
politicians blame school
boards and school boards
blame politicians, but what I
think is at the very heart of
the issue is accountability.
No one seems accountable
anymore. We can't demand it
of students, parents can't
demand it from the kids and
so on. What we have is a
never-ending cycle of blame
but no accountability.
"We are not doing our
kids any favors by not teach-
ing them certain behavior is
unacceptable, and being
increasingly liberal in our
thinking only exacerbates the
issue. "
"If I could, I would like to
roll the clock back about 50
years see if we couldn't fig-
ure out a way to turn this
around. I'd like to see us go
back to a time when personal
accountability meant some-
thing."
Panucci continued with
his assessment of modem
life and how it reflects on
education and public behav-
ior.
"We live in an age of tol-
erance, and as a result we are
getting exactly what we ask
for. Public education has
made tremendous strides in
the past half century, and
there is no doubt about that,
but we have gone in the
opposite direction with
regard to behavior and char-
acter development. We have
a generation that is less
respectful and.more pronto
,violence than at any time m
our past, and yet at the same
time we reduce the sense of
urgency by compromising
expectations."


GET THE


VIP TREATMENT

WITH MEDIACOM!






Get More, Pay Less...Every Month On Video, Internet & Phone!


SAVE OVER $400 WHEN YOU ORDER ALL THREE SERVICES!


VIDEO

UPD 135 CHAMUILS
OFVMO&t MUSIC
TO 21 CHANNELS
OF STAIRZ ENCORE
& S1IR' ON DEMAND


$29.95
L ''MmroiMamSRuSIEIO


1- a.'Am-

lk I I


INTERNET

10 MbpsVIP HIH
SPEWD INTERNET
SERVICE
*ALUWIS CONNECTED,
NO DIALING IN


$29.95
AmmWronR6MWm


PHONE

* INLIMTED CALLING
IN THE US & CANADA
* 13CALUJNG FM URES
* EEPYOUill CURRENT
PHONE NUMBER


$29.95S
mSt. saS


-'JIM


Call Now and Get Standard
Installation for Only $9.95t


CALL 1.877.560.1847




Mediacom)
www. mediacomcable.com


"a,GM MuIao/wMOMISAME OITO WMLNIID SW ESID1ALCOWIT&Q bmownsbsusSO Cbe WmIDu Ou Ver Pa MInaw' a*kdqipeedt aorm uv s realm Vts otofIthe dsmtly Oek U. Fam iiUC.eWi, CigU Cne StxPakand*ecomVP CO*i)slipud kIui
,.i9 r 6vU4UtOd b sV4k1oO. kbga el cittes of die* meoipeod, to enaft eitfo"CAie O eSlar P~-be$4 s1 W*d4mllavabe$MS3Araan eahia[ moeto skid noiEraswis If awllId suwcs ae oWe ed ugble rornow mW perd, al *NO
,k*Mwvi M owe xm4d" for FftedlWonlet beef*s, ea atf doae10Wqda-Ut Pi tnM smiw& If Ore F Urips pCarNea h.r no ViP Q Bm t*isSWW Ieodkt WAXUmKnnet
l sdanefut Mi Ptlc e BveiwevAWey Sw ydw sad olnoamrot b e Aa mlnall aDOcaN sbleb eTV ideo, myteanda mcalmoden m ep* del i mo O el o Medetmdbiehaim IOOdie?'1tJ rVt~jtC I r Vt C* l
CanifrduxjeEtis dEndtevmay be faosd fors 1Lma w is torn mMadiret to ba idon Dog a l uirt sotapnted edoadmy very D"xdapo* maybe wMaer.sCveonsaPrmifor pMakisiccipw reImike eipn-miiWd ojei1"ntSys M.r ipirted ktolecm sarnaselOM f
41 tAs nut lorecolOwrr h 4 booeas *r MerciacOrrbo akidqri Ii a tems Wpoies M asuttand nas am skj t~Io dwg F tedug. slaf teadIo pm mfta e4by kes awg mry areatbW Ora may riot bertned iO" #ayfoatt er ios tas ele r-d s vad otmrbto. Otter iogen p n m w *vvd s
*M*n*kaI vr stio hnandcrrjas may menW am w do~om rnrapktovrinitandroe m&40Ca~ulul wlclMei~ootdkefor cui~e delkha xm i vded by an Ade d MT, Igtony It. a Mkrcfm norvWlei&cnm tV Oa ieg 11y Qm tflColNikr ryn ~kmrorioQntfl~e % 95
Swtdkd hor tons ('amlecaisi Weftetioa free Se08r64 4Nt worsk Mataecr1* cei'm o ayr ea s n e seUard trerde a rrys Avoaymlo w rieri iryw yMW4a1b-E04


..*. '.4
:r:: Ye j?


VV L.WFIL-%"F% I,---


~;311sP---"--4--~li~0~3L-- __~~sl&


~dBsC -. rmlg


I


~::













6A F CresMew News Bulletin CRIME WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


POLICE

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

A light for every
occasion
Recently at the Okaloosa
County Jail, a man tried to
conceal a cigarette lighter by
hiding it in hi5 mouth.
While the man was check-
ing into the facility, the offi-
cers were searching him for
contraband. The mouth is a
routine checkpoint. After all,
this guy was just too quiet.
After the officers asked
him to open his mouth, the
purple, slobbery lighter
popped out. The man admit-
ted that he was trying to
sneak it in because he hoped
some of the guys inside
would have some smokes.
He was charged for the
crime and will now have to
wait even longer before he
can have a cigarette in the
free world.


Desperate and busted
Recently, a woman who
was currently incarcerated at
the Okaloosa County Jail,
was arrested for possessing
methamphetamine.
Apparently serving time
on work detail, the woman
was busted when an employ-
ee where she was working
called the sheriff's office and
reported that she had in her
possession a plastic bag that
contained drugs. The drugs
were later identified as
methamphetamine.
The substance was found
in a compartment inside her
shoe.
An officer who questioned
here about the drugs. She rat-
ted out her sister, telling him
that the shoes were her sis-
ter's she had no idea they
had secret compartments that
contained drugs.
The case was closed with
and arrest and the woman
will most likely stay in jail for
a longer period than original-
lyal aectedoM risnnsvsr ;ni9leM
;fi' r:i-w'V lai39iq i ,JliPI 1eqnpioM
aCanitaKerous
counterfeit
Recently, a man tried to
pay for his gas and a pack of
cigarettes with a fake bill -
$100 to be exact.
After pumping gas, he.
entered a convenience store
innestview and handed the
clerk%.the bill.
hte clerk marked it with a
niUi pen, which reveals the
f~iess of bills.
Te pen never lies. The bill
wasrfake.
r' Te6 clerk contacted law
enforcement. But before
dQ'g so, the man told her
that he would go home and
get'cash to pay for the gas.
He 'after all, found the bill on
the ide of the road, he says.
,je went home to fetch real
money. By the time he
returned, a lawman was on
the scene. He paid for his gas
and his smokes and the
owner of the store didn't
press charges.
The bill was submitted as
evidence and will most likely
be shredded and the rem-
nants will be stuffed in one of
those clear writing pens.


New


@ CRIME REPORTS


Okaloosa County
Sheriff's report
10/9: A 17-year-old juvenile,
of ,Crestview, was issued a
notice to appear on charges of
battery. This offense did occur
at Crestview High School.
10/11: Timothy Alan
Shanklin, age 18, of Huckle
Berry Road, Crestview, was
charged with burglary to a
dwelling and grand theft.
10/12: Michael W Holman,


age 35, of 523 W Hwy 90, Holt,
was charged with carrying a
concealed weapon.
10/14: A 17-year-old juve-
nile, of Pensacola, was charged
with aggravated bakery. This
offense did occur at the
Okaloosa Regional Detention
Facility. Francisco Jesus Leal,
age 21, of 208 Lakeview Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription. *
Jessica Kay Moore, age 18, of


2896 Wisteria Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with
domestic battery. Sebastian J.
Durm, age 30, of 506 North
Spring Street, Crestview, was
charged with resisting officer
without violence and possession
of marijuana under 20 grams. *
Josue Jesus Duante Jacome,
age 27, of 401 Brett Street,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of drug parapherna-
lia.
10/16: Brett Alan Phillips,


age 25, of 544 North Main
Street, Crestview, was issued a
capias on the offense of battery.
* A 16-year-old juvenile, of
Crestview, was issued a capias
on the offenses of two counts of
grand theft, robbery with a
firearm, burglary of an unoccu-
pied dwelling, vehicle theft, flee-
ing or attempting to elude offi-
cers, leaving a scene of an acci-
dent and burglary of an unoccu-
pied conveyance. Albert
Randolph Skelton, age 30, of


228 Terri Cove, Niceville, was
issued a capias on 6 counts of
worthless checks.
10/17: A 14-year-old juve-
nile, of Crestview, was issued a
notice to appear on the offense
of possession of marijuana
under 20 grams. This offense
did occur at Davidson Middle
School. Drew Martin Harris,
age 34, of 4264 Moon Road,
Crestview, was charged with two
counts of domestic battery.


CRIME STOPPERS'





WANTED FUGITIVES
m l wom-e I


1999 homicide of

Kimberly Ball
Kimber-
lyn Ball's
'body h was
found in a
canal at the
end of
County
Road 393 on
June 12,
1999. Her
,a car, a 1997
black Honda
Civic was
BALL "discovered
on June 10 at
a home she was scheduled to
clean on Holiday Isle. Her purse
and other contents of the car had
apparently not been disturbed. A
$1,000 reward is offered for Infor-
mation leading to the arrest and
conviction of the persons)
responsible for her murder.


Howard case
Emerald Coast Crune Stoppers will
pay a cash reward to an anonymous
caller who provides information that
helps the CrestFie6il13oik3VA
w,lh a horriteide invb'`tio'n' ~ 'w
On in o, 200o, then murndec i;Ubat4
of Mebssa Howard was found in her
residence. There appears to have been
a struggle and ,ome items were stolen
from the residence. Assooate Medical
Exairner Cameron Snider said
Howard was repeatedly stabbed in
the neck and showed signs of blunt
force trauma to her head.
Anybody with information about
this incident should contact
Investigator Nicky Myers with the
Crestview Police Department at 682-
2130 ext. 126, Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers at 863-TIPS (863-8477), or
toll-free at 1-888-654-TIPS. Crime
Stoppers callers are never required to
reveal their identity nor testify in
court. A code number system is used
to pay cash rewards without compro-
mising the tipster's identity.

Hit & run incident
Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers
will pay a cash reward to an anony-
mous caller who leads the Florida
Highway Patrol to the driver of a
vehicle that struck and killed Alvie
Holbrook as he attempted to cross the
street on his bicycle Wed., March 1.
Holbrook was crossing Beal Street
on his three-wheeled bicycle at the
intersection ot Crmel Drive shortly
before 9 3) p.m. when he was struck by
an unknown southboundd vehicle The
vehicle continued without stopping.
The hit and run vehicle is
described as possibly, a four-door
mid-size silver, gray or pewter col-
ored. It should have moderate to
extensive front end damage. Law
enforcement officers encourage local
auto body shops to report any suspi-
cious damage.

Pharmacy burglary
Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers
will pay a cash reward to the anony-
mous caller who helps authorities
identify the burglar(s) who took sev-
eral controlled substances from the
Health Smart Pharmacy at 5809 North
State Road 189 in Baker at about 5:30
on the morning of Sun., Feb. 15, 2004.
The burglar entered the business
by forced entry to the front door, acti-
vating the alarm, and took several
containers of prescription medication.
The burglar is described as a white
male wearing a ball cap, jacket and
blue jeans. Witnesses noticed a gray
extended cab pickup truck parked in
front of the pharmacy at the time of
the burglary.

Meadors hit & run
Cash will be awarded to the
anonymous caller who leads authori-
ties to the driver of a vehicle that
struck a killed and 15-year-old girl in
Destin. An additional $5,000 has been
raised by the victim's mother as a
bonus reward. Okaloosa Sheriff
Charlie Morris has also offered a
$1,000 reward.
On Aug. 10, 2002, Michelle
Meadors was struck by a pickup truck
that ran off of U.S. Highway 98 in
Destin and onto the sidewalk.
Michelle died from her injuries the
following day. The truck that struck
her continued eastbound and left the
area without stopping. Witnesses
describe it as a full size pickup truck
with extended cab, and pulling a
small boat on a trailer.


Vonsha Montrez Marshall, B/m
02-13-82, 23, 6'01" 180 lbs.,
Black hair brown eyes. Fel: lewd
& lascivious exhibition,lewd and
lasc. molestation, sexual perform-
ance by a child, showing pomog-
raphy to a minor & contributing to
the delinquency of a minor.


David Randall Bessent, W/m 10-
19-56, 49 years old, 5'11" 180.
pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: FTA- Trafficking in Stolen
Property

' j~ I


Sean Patrick Bares, W/m 01-25-
1982 24 years old, 6'02" 170
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP Burglary/Poss. of
Burglary Tools / Grand Theft /
Grand Theft Auto / Shooting into
a Building. LKA: FWB


Michael Travis Findley. W/m 07-
03-75 30 years old, 5'11" 285
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP- Felony Criminal
Mischief. LKA: Defuniak
Springs


Allen Junior Coles, B/m 09-04-
81 24 years old, 6'02" 211
Dominique Lawrence White, pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
W/m 02-27-73 32 years old, Fel: VOP Poss. of Cont.
6'01" 174 pounds Black Hair Substance with Intent to
Dark Eyes. Fel: VOP-False Distribute & Poss. of Cocaine.
Imprisonment. LKA: Destin LKA: FWB


Donna Mae Beth Lnder, W/f 10-
14-81 24 years old, 5'08" tall
Brown Hair. Fel: Poss. of
Cocaine with Intent to Distribute.
Possibly in the Mary Esther Area


Kenneth Charles McCoy, W/m
11-01-57 47 years old, 6'0" 260
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Lewd & Lascivious
Acts upon a Child. LKA: FWB


Russell Wayne Stephens, W/m
07-05-75 30 years old, 6'08" 240
pounds. Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Burglary of Structure
& Grand Theft


Herbert Eugene Morgan, W/m
03-11-1945 61 years old, 5'08"
Brown Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Grand Theft. LKA: Destin


Jorge Joaquin Gomez, W/m 06-
21-62 43 years old. 5'06", 250
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Grand Theft & Fraud. LKA:
Baker


I I -
Richard Charles Nunn, Jr., W/m
05-11-76 29 years old. 6'02" 230
pounds Shaved Head Blue Eyes.
Fel: Poss. of Controlled
Substance & Poss. of Marijuana
& PCP with Intent to Sell


Daniel Carlos Medina, W/m age
unknown, 5'08" 180 pounds
Black Hair One Brown Eye &
One with a Bluish Tint. Fel:
Aggravated Battery with a
Firearm. Considered armed &
dangerous. LKA: Crestview


William Andrew Pugliesi, W/m
10-07-1965 age 40, 6'02" 180
pounds Blonde Hair Brown Eyes.
el: Aggravated Battery & False
Imprisonment. May be using
aliases of Andy Rhose or William
Rhose. LKA: FWB


Macrino Sagastume-Garcia, H/m
10-30-1978 27 years old, 5'06"
140 pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: Aggravated Battery
with a Deadly Weapon. LKA:
FWB


Michael Aaron Anderson, W/m
09-22-1971 34 years old, 5'08"
175 pounds Brown Hair Hazel
Eyes. Fel:. Worthless Checks &
FTA for DWLSR LKA: Destin


Dennis Raymond Lewis, B/m
10-15-1971 34 years old, 6'01"
217 pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: Several Counts of
Grand Theft.


James Edward Tanner, W/m 08-
08-1951 55, 6'04" 235 pounds
Gray Hair Blue Eyes. Fel: FTA-
Driving on Suspended License
with Prior Convictions, DUI,
Narcotics Violations


Ricky Joe Hawkins, B/m 10-29-
1974 31 years old, 5'08", Black
Hair Green Eyes. Aggravated
Battery with Great Bodily Harm.
LKA: FWB
I, "'".


Mohammed Samir Qureshi, H/m
10-11-1974 31 years old, 6'03"
200 pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Escaped from Eglin
Federal Prison in October 2003.


Talena Joe Cox, W/f 01-13-72 33,,,
years old. 5'01" 100 pounds 'ristine Anne Pugh, W/f 04-14-
Blonde Hair Green Eyes. Fel: 1968 38 years old, 5'02" 160
VOP-Poss. of Controlled pounds Blonde Hair Hazel Eyes.
Substance & Poss. of Fel: VOP-Poss. of Cocaine.
Paraphernalia LKA: Laurel Hill LKA: Navarre


-..


Jamil Mahdeen Hampton, B/m
04-17-71 35 years old, 5'10"
200 pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: Distr. Of Cocaine and
Resisting Arrst. 'Suspect is
known to carry a firearm. LKA:.
FWB













Donald Lawrence Scott, W/m
06-09-72, 33 years old, 5'08"
132 pounds Brown Hair Blue
Eyes. Fel: VOP- Possession of
Controlled Substance. LKA:
Crestview


Jason D. Jones, B/M, black hair,
brown eyes. 27 years old (06-06-
78), 6 ft. tall, 175 lbs. Violation
of probation on original charge
of arson.
;. .


Eric J. Dupont, W/m 07-25-
1953, 53 years old, Brown Hair
Brown Eyes. Fel: Grand Theft
Auto. LKA: Crestview.


Adam Tuerrell Pond, W/m 01-
27-1975 31 years old, 6'0"
Unknown Hair Unknown Eyes.
Obtaining Property by"False
Impersonation & Grand Theft.
LKA: FWB


Charles Lace Surry, W/m 01-15-
63 42 years old, 5'10" 195
pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Grand Theft.


Donald Ray Alford, W/m 03-27-
66 39 years old, 5'07' 180
pounds Brown Hair Green Eyes.
Fel: Aggravated Battery &
Resisting Arrest without
Violence. LKA: Crestview


Anita Sue Pinto-Aguilar, Wif 06-
19-1963 43 years old, 5'03" 120
pounds Blonde Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Tampering with Evidence.
May be driving a 2005 silverialu-
minum Toyota pickup truck.


For Sale By Owner Ad Runs In the News
$0 Bulletin & News Extra
1 Col. By 2 Inch Ad F r 6
20 Words, With Photo For 6 ISSueS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


6A I Crestview News Bulletin CRIM E










WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006 LOCAL




Baker School


Crestview NewsBulletin I 7A




Honor Roll


A Honor Roll
1st Grade: Jonathan Adams;
Ivee Allen; Megan Ayala; Jessica
Black; Erika Caro; Samantha
Carver; Zachary Childs; Isabelle
Devoid; Emmy Fountain; Ashlyn
Gleissner; Natalie Hall; Dylan
Kimmons; Jacob Kitchen; Abby
Mainor; Kim McCranie; Logan
McMahon; Askani McQueen;
Markos Mitchell; Drake Nelson;
Thomas Nikakis; Courtney O'Brien;
Joseph Peterson; Hunter
Polhlopek; Zakeah Presley; Dalton
Richards; Lindsey Sapp; Noah
Shaw; Bryan Smith; Rashaun
Smith; Chris Steele; Wade Walker;


Payton Wallace; Zala Weappa
2nd Grade: Tressie Adams;
Valerie Commee; Hannah Cox;
Tom Crowson; Matthew Fowler;
Jordan Gatewood; Morgan Griffitts;
Alex Hayden; Peyton House; Ethan
Howze; Hannah Kline; Alexis
Lehnert; Cassidy Mahan; Bethany
McCranie; Allison O'Brien; Bianca
Peters; Camden Reece; Logan
Rickmon; Emily Stuckey; Jodie
Welch; Shiana Youngblood
3rd Grade: Ashley Black;
Allysa Brewer; Brittany Brunson;
Hunter Carnley; Brennan
Christiansen; Sabrina Corbin;
James DeBord; Alex DeVoid; Kip


Fee; Alec Franklin; Bryce Giles;
Brianna Kimmons; Cameron
Merritt; Abigail Patterson; Christian
Sanguyo; Anastasia Scott; Jaclyn
Tipton
4th Grade: Haleigh
Gastonguay; Tatum Edge; Seth
Forehand; Ryan Galaviz; Jonathan
Gatewood; Autumn Herndon; Jack
Lewis; Ashley Martin; Alexis
Mitchem; Mary Quizon
5th Grade: Eileen Brown;
Brandon Engler; Colton Golloher;
Malcolm Griffith; Wilder Kersey;
Tyler McDonald; Julia Robertson;
Alex Roy
6th Grade: Taylor Carlisle;


Nathan Castonguay; Harley Darby;
Hannah Drury; Lindsay Gatewood;
Kaitlan Godwin; Melody Maki;
Alicia Morris; Blake Phillips;
Meagan Pittman; Brittany Rock;
Garrett Sanders; Justin Smart;
Haley Wagner; Katelyn Wickery
7th Grade: Kristen Anglin;
Rebecca Davis; Paige Drury
8th Grade: Jacob Alien; Palge
Dabney; Michael Dingess; Raimy
Engel
9th Grade: Colton Jernigan
10th Grade: Chad Engler;
Preslee Maki; Loren Raiford; Ryne
Wickery; Rachel Williamson
11th Grade: Russel Scott;


Nikita Wilson
12th Grade:
Delana Thompson


Hanna Funk;


AB Honor Roll
1st Grade: Maddy Adams;
Nichole Adams; Kristen Allen; Jax
Anderson; Aubrey Booker; Ryan
Bowden; Hannah Chandler; Kellum
Chessher; Kaylee Dean; Eddie
Dettmer; Caleb Eldrldge; Colton
Farris; Desiree Fryar; Ryker
Gilmore; Natalie Goetzke; Hannah
Hancock; Emaleigh Henderson;
Kalie Hicks; Connor Hight; Peyton
Horton; Johnathon Hubbard; Taylor
Johnson; Shawhia Lake; Cheslee


II


won
ff 15ff

o f select generators
Iels and 80 Ib. concrete Oft nppes o 65117. |227B0 SeSdc may

s.'ister. e e for aslats. store.ao ,, -'







,,
!oOff 20 6ff.ans





ll-size gas grills all in-stock ceiling fans
st. e d as markqcl. Availabilty may vary 'Ofner avId 10/26/06 though 103/06. Pne reduction
etoe f oretails. takenat rage. See store for deaths.


SPECIALVALUE! z :SSPECIALVALUE!
now H now

$98 YOURCHOICE $577


32" or 36" 9-Lite Steel Entry Door Unit
*Ready for lockset and deadbolt *Primed and ready
to paint *Ready-to-install door with frame *Adjustable
_,-sill with full composite substrate for a tight fit


7/16" x 4' x 8' OSB
*Use for roof and wall construction
*Recommended for covered. use #12212


floor frame kit -
"t! !e s58 value.
Feceve a free floor frame kit (iten a 27 26)
worth purchase of Item r 2738.98483 Offer
vaed 10/26/06 through 10130/06.
\ J


SPECIALVALUE! SPECIALVALUE!
nOW Honeywell now
$29 $219
was $39 was $259


5-2 Day Programmable
Thermostat
*Slim, compact design
*Large, easy-to-read display.
#39501


10 x 8' Steel
Storage Building
*440 cu. ft. of space
#92738, 98483


YOURCHOICE
SPECIALVALUE!
now
$78
32" or 36" White Fremont
Storm Door
*Self-storing window and
screen are fully adjustable for
ventilation #103087, 88


Let's Build Something Together




20% off

weatherstrippiing
Price reduction taken at register. Offer valid
10/26/06 10/3006 See store for details.


T h


25% off

all in-stock R-13
fSia.erm|ema iSn..l ad i -Mnn


IIUEI 1lQOb II UU IUXI.IY


4~ ~
...,,


Offer valid 10/26/06 through 100/06. Price reduction taken at register. See store for detas.
PLUS $100 Gift Card offer In effect until 11/26/06
Via ma-in rebate with phase of $299 or more of In-stock bergss insulation.
mit2 per customer. See store for details. .
i 'i. *'~I -,'..


LED technology


SPECIALVALUE!
now ~<
$79
was *132
Wemer6' Fiberglass
Stepladder
*375 lb. load capacity #212665
Werner 8' Fiberglass
Stepladder *375 lb. load
capacity #212668 $95


SPECIALVALUE!

nowroA990M


was 480
2-1/4"W Casing
Contractor Pack
*Fingerjoint pine #204085
YOURCHOICE

per10%Off 10% Off n
was 620 in-stok $027
was 6 treated decking James Hardie $27
3-1/4"W Base Moulding siding prodUcts 24", 30", 32" or 36"
Contractor Pack Offr applies to item #21210, ,
Congeointractor Pack #208770 2, 8673 6-Panel Molded
Fingeoint pine #208770 68820191,201704cnl. Price tn d at W -Fold Door
Prier reduction taken at mrister. Offer vald 10/26o through BI-Fold Door
Primed and ready to paint. Profles Offer vald 10/2i06 through 10/3d06. See store for details. #10757, 58, 59, 60
may vary. Moulding sold by bundle. 10/30/06. See store for details.
Available In convenient pre-cut lengths.


C bonus 4-pack
free tube Included

104 4-pack
10.1 Oz. Silicone I
Window and Door 100%
Silicone Rubber Sealant
#35166


SPECIALVALUEI
now
$34
was $5374
100-Amp Workshop
Panel Kit
*Includes main breaker
#214802


2 for2 5

3AA 1-Watt Plastic
LED Flashlight
*While supplies last. deal
for trick-or-treaters #102786


SPECIALVALUE!
now
$5973-pack
was $797
Pleated Air Filter
*Brand and size may vary
by market


For the. Lowe's nearest you, call 1-800-993-4416 or visit us online at Lowes.com
Prices may vary after October 30, 2006 if there are market variations. Was" prices in this advertisement were in effect on October 19, 2006, and may vary based on Lowe's Every Day Low Price policy. See store for detls
regarding product wananties. We reserve the right to limit quantities. 02006 by Lowe's. All rights reserved. Lowe's and the gable design are registered trademarks of LF, LLC. 061092


0011610971016


Amber Lewis; Allyson McCranie;
Robert McMahon; Tomlka
Richardson; Kasey Wlthrow
12th Grade: Amanda Adams;
Mary Allen; James Barfield; Ashley
Bermes; Robert Copeland; Ashlyn
Crawford; Robyn Griffith; Alisia
Hodge; Mary Hughes; Jessica
Jeter; Tara Mursch; Curtis Reed;
Vincent Williams


Mathis; Kelly McMaster; Caleb
McQueen; Bailey Miller; Mikala
Miller; Turner Reed; Wyatt
Shumway; Josh Stewart; Easton
Thames; Brett Walker; Austin Wolfe
2nd Grade: Cierra Able;
Miracla Adkinson; Jerrica Barton;
Logan Cadenhead; M,E. Cates;
Caitlin Cimino; Jacob Commee;
Jamaal Day; Haley Dorantes;
Autumn Eldridge; Alalna Fisher;
Gregory Geiger; Savannah Griffith;
Hannah Harrison; Lydia Harrison;
Isabel Helton; Karlie Henderson;
Madison Hohider; Logan Holt;
Jesse Keefe; Jacob. Lehman;
Austin Mayo; Taylor Oglesby;
Christopher Ostrander; Gracie
Patterson; Josey Peterson; Zane
Prestwood; Brittany Richburg;
Austin Scott; Emily Stewart; Ryan
Turner; Alejandra Valenzuela;
Tanner Ward
,3rd Grade: Courtlyn Barrow;
Cole Briggs; Austin Carden; Justice
Clifton;. Cody Collinsworth; Kayla
Cook; Jarett Costner; Whitli
Cunningham; Lena Daoud; Brianna
Dreading; Ryan Frazier; Karl Gay;
Matthew Gray; Jessica Hall; Bobby
Hice; Briana Hicks; Michael Holley;
Lexie Jones; Alyssa Legros;
Natalie Leonard; Lesley Lundy;
Connor MacDonald; Caroline Maki;
Taylor Martin; Kaitlin McCart;
Hayley Melanson; Jacob
Melanson; Jessica Queen;
Samantha Sargent; Mason Smith;
Taylor Stephens; Elizabeth
Swanner; Victoria Swanner; Starr
Whitehead; 'Kayleigh Williams;
Tyler Williamson
4th Grade: Candace
Anderson; Cody Barnhill; Anna
Bills; Calvin Blankenship;
Cheyenne Brannon; Curstin Brown;
Cortney Brunson; Rachael Carver;
Isabella Chunn; Alante Coleman;
Kyle Corbin; Tanner Cross; Nicole
Deloach; Samantha Flores; Beau
Harris; Nick Hice; Chandler
Holmes; Alexander Hubbard; Lara
Keefe; Kyle Kilcrease; Madison
Kline; Alyssa Lee; Hannah Lindsay;
Austin Martin; Michelie Mitchell;
Christina Morgan; Brittany Motley;
Tyler Oliver; Kyndall Reed; Stefan
Sanguyo;. Leanne Senterfitt;
Jordan Smith; Brittany Weeks;
Sebastian Williams
5th Grade: Samantha Arvin;
Rachel Arzaga; Amber Barrow;
Remington Costner; Kais Daoud;
Gavin Easterling; Alexa Farris;
Brittany Grant; Jack Griffith; Elena
Hattaway; Austin Henderson;
Lihdsay Hitt; Karlie Holmes; Avery
Jemigan; Cailtin Kennedy; Morgan
Lewellen; Mason Lowery; Chassity
McCranie; Tyler Meeks; Katie
Merritt; Savannah Mobley; Justin
Morgan; Emily Parker; Norma Rae
.Parker;..Galen Perkins; Brianna
Rolin; Savannah Risen; Justin
Shaw; Katie Smith; Jenna
Stevenson; Richard Stroheker;
Josh Taylor; Miranda Whatmough;
Jake Wheat
6th Grade: Gabriela Alonso;
John Atkins; Clint Caro; Bethany
Chestnut; Cody Chunn; Brittany
Cook; -Adam Crowson; Hannah
Detrick; Julian Engel; Erica Evers;
Kyndra Frierson; William
Harrington; Chelsea Hollingsworth;
Sarah Hudson; Taylor Johnson;
Rage Lafata; Stephanie Lawson;
Haley Levins; Quinton Lindsey;
Haleigh Morgan; William Nixon;
Andrea Oglesby; Kyle Polhlopek;
Chenoa Powell; Kathryn Rickmon;
Devin Robbins; Kayla Sapp;
Samantha Sierra: Adrian Smith;
SJaydin Vanderford; Victoria
Voorhees; James Weeks; Macie
Wilde
7th Grade: Michael Brace;
Paige Cotton; Kristen Forehand;
Meghan Gaines; Joshua Griffitts;
Mariah Hills; Nathaniel Holley; Alec
Hubbard; Mary Johnson; Morgan
Jones; Victoria Kilcrease; Tiffany
Kruse; Joshua Lawson; Danielle
Martin. Shirley Mayberry; Taylor
Morgan; Tiffany Morgan; Madeline
:Ray; Kaitlyn Rickmond; Ciera
Shaw; Laurie Steele; Caitlin
Susman
8th Grade: Audrey Ada;
Courtney Andrews; William Bailey;
Carly Barton; Jarrod Batson;
James Brunson; Cassandra
Cooper; Courtney Johnson; Dylan
Kersey; Kameron Legg; Jerica
Lewis; Landis Mathis Haynie;
Susan Mayberry; Travis Merritt;
Mollie Pizzotti; William Raiford;
Randy Rhoads; Adam Royal; Mollie
Royal; Rebecca Smart; Logan
Wagner; Cassandra Waight
9th Grade: David Cain; Ryan
Clark; Jessie Davidson; Lauren
Griffith; Dakota Hooper; Courtney
Jones; Ashley Melver; Stephanie
Miller; Jessica Morgan; Jonathan
Taylor
10th Grade: Caitlin Arzaga;
Dustin Barrow; Cynthia Bass;
Zachary Baxter; Brittany Briggs;
Josh Copeland; Brittany Farris;
Jake Gamble; Joellyn Gironda;
Elliott Howard; Heather Hudson;
Johanna McGraw; Jesse Medley;
Bethany Miesch; Jennifer Purvis;
Isaiah Reeves; Cheyenne Rock;
Stephen Shelley; Stephanie Tucker
11th Grade: Lauren Albaugh;
Norman Babbitt; Nathan Brown;
Autumn Brunson; Daniel Cain;
Hunter Dubose; Brandon Gorman;
Erin Grundel; Dustin Harlan;
Zachery Jackson; James Kain;
Payge Lawhorn; Melinda Lawson;


I











A v Nw B-ue L N ,2


Gibbs to discuss Macedonia mission trip at 0 OBITUARIES


Betty "Aunt Bessie" Ables
Dec. 28, 1920-Oct. 23, 2006


FUMC in Baker


sister, Doris McLelland a.d
her husband J,D. of BleR;
grandchildren, Mikki Hardy,
Trisha Henderson and., her
husband Barry, Dana Hardy,
Christy Jones, and James
"Bubba" Ruch;. greatgrand-
children, Phoenix, Jones,
Wyatt Jones, and Taylor .Ruch.
A time of visitation was
held Tues., Oct. 24 from 6p.m.
until 8 p.m. at Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home. The
funeral service will be held
today at 1,0 a.m.y at ;Golan
Assembly of God in Baker
with Rev. James P4ul officiat-
ing. The burnail will fellow at
Mount Pisgah in Andalusja.
Ala. Whiteh ur.st-Powell
Funeral Home is entrusted
with services.. ,


On Sun., Oct. 29 at 11 a.m.
at the First United
Methodist Church, Baker,
Margaret Gibbs of Dothan,
Ala. will give a talk and
video presentation on her
recent mission trip to
Macedonia in Northern
Greece and south West
Bulgaria.
Ms. Gibbs will tell some


interesting stories on how
God worked during her mis-
sion trip, as she and other
American volunteers,
including physicians, set up
portable medical clinics to
care for the medical needs of
the local people in the
Macedonia area. Her group
of area volunteers also con-
ducted street meetings and


Vacation Bible School classes
for the children.
While in Macedonia, Ms.
Gibbs visited such ancient
Biblical sites as Philippi,
where the Apostle Paul in
the first century was jailed
for preaching the gospel.
Paul also authored an epis-
tle, or letter, to the first cen-
tury Christians who were


living there. This epistle is
one of the books in the New
Testament called "The
Epistle to the Philippians."
In addition to her
Macedonia trip, Ms. Gibbs
has on mission trips to Brazil
and Guatemala.
The members at the
church cordially invite the
public to attend this service.


Mom's Club tours the E.C.C.

Advocacy Center

. ..


Tiffany Marie Blount of
Mesa, Ariz. And Alan David
Cawthon of Destin, Fla. were
married in the Mesa Arizona
Temple of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-Day
Saints on Oct. 7,2006.
The wedding reception
was held that evening at the
bride's home.
The bride is the daughter


of Jerry and Trudy Blount of
Mesa. The groom is the son
of David and Rhonda
Cawthon of Crestview, Fla.
Tiffany will be completing
culinary school in December.
Alan works as a hair stylist at
The Change Salon in Destin,
Fla.
The couple plans to reside
in Destin.


,r 1~n. ; "
Members of local Crestview Mom's Club recently toured
the Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy Center to learn
more about its mission for children in our community.
The club recently voted to do a project for the center.
Their contribution will help continue its mission to stop
the hurt for child abuse victims. Pictured are Dawn
Onuffer, Wendy Deemer, LeAnne Archer, and Amy
Neville, along with their children and Joy Hudson and
Julie Hurst of the CAC. (photo submitted)


Crestview headstart program celebrates fire prevention month

,F


TCJV Because Experience Matters..

EMERALD COAST

MEMORIALS

683-0511 weff Color
3051 Granite for Less,
Serving NW Florida & S. Alabama Since 1928
832 NORTH FERDON BLVD. CRESTVIEW, FL


/ CW^ItezuwieA a Pu.we f


DIRECTORS ,. .,, i :
George Whitehurst Andy PowellU
Richard Fleming Ami Holley ;
ADVANCED PLANNING Brenda Anderson: r
Phone: (850) 682-3052 436 West James Lee Bild.
Fax: (850) 682-3600 Crestview, Florida, 325K3l

PDOMPTr .w CoUBrEOaS EP1t3IEIfr SERVOE-
SMcKinnie Funeralm~i1f
898 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave .
Crestview, Florida 82536
Family Owned Sc Operpte;. ;
Pre-Need Services Availabe i ,
] A Lighthouse In Your Hour Of Dazkness-


Crestview, FL 82586 CampbelltonF, 82426
(850)682-3385 (850)268-8333
*:.' *?; *3 *** *'- '.; .f Say


K9en NieIen n/ no Nrews uiierin
Crestview firefighters Lt. Mike Waterman and firefighter Jeff Grandstaff demonstrate the Jaws of Life to kids at the
Crestview Head Start on Edney Street Friday. Crestview firefighter, Captain Jodie Small, far right tells the kids how it
works. Heads Start kids include La Toya Smiley, Yoloni Frederick, Zamiya Griffin, Jarvis Skinner, and Shaniya Smothers.


Bridgeway Center, Inc. named best place to work among

large employers in Okaloosa and Walton counties


Award presented by
Workforce Development
Board at 'Celebrating
Workplace Excellence'
ceremony

Fort Walton Beach, FL-
Bridgeway Center, Inc. was
recently named "Best Place
to Work" among large
employers in Okaloosa and
Walton counties at the
Second Annual Breakfast of
Champions. Bridgeway
Center, Inc., with 300
employees, won the 150-plus
employee category while
competing against compa-
nies with more than 1,000
employees.
"The efforts of Bridgeway
/Center associates and volun-
teers to recruit and retain the
best people in order to create
the best client experience
made this award possible,"
stated Bridgeway Center
CEO Dan Cobbs.
The Celebrating
Workplace Excellence cere-
mony is hosted by The
Workforce Development
Board of Okaloosa and
Walton Counties, in partner-
ship with the Economic
Development Councils of
Okaloosa and Walton
County. The rigorous


Accepting the Employer of the Year Award for Bridgeway Center are (L-R) Executive
Assistant Diana Gosselin, CEO Daniel Cobbs, and Vice Presidents Julia Peterson and
Larry McFarland. (photo submitted)


employer application sub-
mission and selection process
was conducted by Personnel
Dynamics Consulting of Fort
Pierce, and awards were
given for the most outstand-
ing small, medium, and large
employers.
In addition to a compre-
hensive orientation and
training program, Larry
McFarland, BCI's Vice
President of Human
Resources, attributes


Bridgeway's success as an
employer, in part, to the open
communication programs
throughout the organization.
"Mr. Cobbs has quarterly
coffees with new employees
after their first 90 days, town
meetings once a month, a
state of the union address
after training meetings at
both the north and south
Okaloosa facilities, and he
attends all department staff
meetings," he outlines.


Bridgeway is a not-for-
profit organization with 20
site locations dedicated to
providing quality and afford-
able behavioral, judicial,
educational, and in-home
senior services for individu-
als throughout Okaloosa
County and beyond. For
more information on
Bridgeway and its services,
call 850-833-7500, or visit the
company web site at
www.bridgewaycenter.org.


Betty Ables, age 85, of
Baker Fla., passed away
Monday morning, Oct. 23,
2006 at North Okaloosa
Medical Center. Betty was
born in Andalusia, Ala. on
Dec. 28, 1920. She lived in the
Baker area for many, many
years. Betty was a member of
Golan Assembly of God, and
was a loving wife, mother,
grandmother, and great-
grandmother.
She is survived byher hus-
band of 60 years, Clifton Ables
of Baker; son, Nathan Able
and wife Hilda of Escambia
Farms,, Fla.; daughters, Patsy
Ruch, and Peggy Hardy and
husband Pete, all of Baker;
brother, Clyde Green and his
wife Eva of Crestview, Fla.;


Blount and Cawthon united
in marriage


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBERh'25, 2006


8A ICrestviewNews Bulletin LoCAL


i'











-frmipage IA .
tion yill be held Christmas to each other, -r.
between 11 woouldn't that be great?" :
'~..2129 *. p.m., hen: Knowing that he is able
Swill begin rain or to help young children in
A rally will then be need is also a nice feeling.
t the VFW to collect Five years ago, Henninger
id toys and money. was approached by a mbth-
l-Mart and general er holding a small boy. She
pr Jon Kurpil have simply told him "Thanks."
y kicked off the fund- The woman said that if it
Idriv1 with the store's was not for the "Toy for
UOOO donation. The Kids" event, her son would
chipped in $300 not have gotten anything for.
e mVets have'added 'Christmas.
S". hv a .."That was tough to take,
.'of the local busi- but it's things like that that
Helped out gra- keep you gojng,"
,pver the past years," Henninger.said., -:.
nn :ynpi who now .: He also emphasized that
to Weep'te pVpt grovw-: non-riders are also welcome
S to participate at the post-
r l't its fst some-: ride rally at the VFW, where
tiAt Os to. be done," refreshments will be served
1, "l'q OV of those and a raffle will be held. :
that once yos start, "And this isn't just about
conscience won't let Harley riders," he said.
uit Even if I wanted- "Sometimes I think that is aP
uldn't quit doing this. jtisconception :
i'this. is .one of the "Anyone on any type of
liable events where 'bike can come join 'us."
dime is spent on the Henninger also encour-
wn for Christmas." ages riders to participate in
before Christmas, the as. many toy runs as they
Ie distributed to the can, not just his.
r children while $10 .:"It's good to do a toy run,
rt gift certificates are but it's great to do more
Ip the teenagers. than one toy run, so go to as
erybody seems to for- many as you can," he
lut the older children, encouraged; ."What's the
Years pid who don't worst.-that can happen,
)" Henninger said. some kid gets an extra toy?"
nake sure they get Donations are generally
Ung, oo."o $10 and a -new, unwrapped
mn ner.s.the father of: toy. The toys will be distrib-
hidren,. now adults, 'ixted by .Families First
i grandchildren. He,' Network.
dsstn.ce in his effort Monetary donationss
ect toys'from his son, should .e : made out to
Henninger and his "Toys for Kids," and can be.
ter; .Heather Gillet, given to Henningdr or
f Crestview. deposited, directly into a
adhits that the event bank account set up at the
im and his family a First National Bank of
4trt on getting into .:Crestview. ;
ristmsspirit. Henninger would also
love Christmas," like to. get. more business
nger said. "I think sponsors to help with dona-
nas is the greatest tions.
since peanut butter. "It really is a: great
Christmas fan and I event," he said. "Come on
out and enjoy the fun and
people had thesame help some kids in the
I all"year that they process."
ring the Christmas For more information or
ys .- perfect to make a donation, contact
ers saying Merry Henninger at 537-9798.


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I 9A


Board ready to purchase school sites


* Southside Elementary and Richbourg Middle
School's replacements will be built in 2007.


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
School Board unanimously
approved an intent to pur-
chase 66 acres of land for two
new Crestview area schools
Monday night.
The school board must
hold a public hearing and get
final approval. Once complet-
ed, the district will purchase
land known as the T"Paler
Property," a :66-acre tract


located on Redstone Avenue
west of Okaloosa Lane.
"At the end of the day, it's
the only site out of all the ones
that we were looking at that
met all the criteria," said
Tommy Kranz, the district's
chief officer of educational
support services.
The district was looking at
five sites, including the
Palmer Property. But this site
has sufficient access in and
out, and the acreage is enough
for two schools, Krariz said.


The price, totaling more
than $3.8 million, is fair mar-
ket value.
Initially, concerns were
raised because part of
Redstone Avenue is not
paved. The road, within the
Crestview city limits, contains
two wetlands crossings and
requires permits from the
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection and
the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers.
"The permits have been
processed, but we don't have
them in hand yet," said Mike
Wing, Crestview's adminis-
trative services director.


The city should receive the
permits within the next two
weeks, Wing said.
The school district plans to
annex into the city once the
purchase is made.
Under Superintendent of
Schools Don Gaetz's direc-
tion, the school district has
aggressively sought property
for two new Crestview area
schools.
The schools will accommo-
date north Okaloosa's contin-
ued growth, and they'll put
the district in good standing
with the state's impending
class size reduction amend-
ment.


Burglaries causing workload for police


Wot, .








sal






.Ier





jftSSiirl
Y l.Mjstl




atoi 17


.Ave 'cb










Juolid
*Mis "




both~ of







;fin, -


half are committed by just a
handful of criminals. That's
why we see a drop for a few
weeks in cases when we
make an arrests."
Cook didn't have any spe-
cific numbers on the number
of burglars that the CPD has
arrested over the past year,
but said he believed that more
than half the cases had ended
in an arrest.
Burglaries are classified
three different ways. Burglary
to vehicles, businesses, resi-
dences, and construction
sites.
Between 2004 and 2005 the
number of items stolen from
construction sites spiked.
Cook said that might have
been due to the enormous
amount of new housing pro-
jects going on during that
time period.
"Right now most of the
cases I'm seeing have to do
with autos, businesses and
homes," said Cook.
He said the majority of the
items stolen are recovered.
"Sometimes people will
find property discarded in a
wooded area. Often times
we'll make an unrelated drug-
arrest and find stolen goods
at the arrest location, or fur-
ther investigation into other
crimes leadsus to- toltei
property," Cook said.
Though most burglars are


not very sophisticated or
organized, Cook believes that
someone is helping burglars
store their stolen loot.
"These guys that we are
arresting are often times
homeless. They live on the
streets, sleep in abandon cars,
or are juveniles and still live
at home with mom and dad.
They don't really have ware-
house facilities to stash large
screen TV's, computers
playstations," said Cook.
In April the CPD and the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
office conducted a joint raid at
802 E. Williams Avenue and
recovered a JVC 52" TV,
numerous four wheelers, new
computers in un-opened
boxes and an assortment of
other electronics.
"That turned out to be one
of the locations that was
being used to store all this
stolen stuff," said Cook "I
believe there are other loca-
tions just like it. The stuff has
to be stored someplace."
During the investigation of
Tommy Davis, investigators
regularly found partially
eaten food items around the
crime scene.
"Because he lived on the
streets, this was his way of
survival," said Cpok. "When
we would-go into the home,
we would find a carton of
milk left out that he had


drunken or the refrigerated
raided. This trend was at
most of the places he broke
into. That's how we were able
to connect him to so many
cases. :
Cook said that at one point
a local family feeling sorry for
Davis took him into their
home for a month and fed
and clothed him.
"Suddenly he just up and
left," said Cook "Two weeks
later that home was broken
into and they had more than
$2,500 worth of property
stolen. He won't fess up to it,
but in my heart I believe he
did it."
Jason Ourey is the commu-
nity-policing officer for the
Crestview Police Department.
He regularly holds communi-
ty workshops to inform peo-
ple how they can help pre-
vent crimes in their neighbor-
hoods.
"People need to get out-
side and talk to their neigh-
bors. Get to know them. A
good neighborhood watch
program can be a great deter-
rent to burglaries. Burglars
don't spend a lot of time in
neighborhoods that are pre-
pared with, a good neighbor-
hood watch program."
Anyone interested in form-
ing a neighborhood :watch
program can contact Officer
Jason Ourey at 682-3603.


No Closing Costs

SEasy MasterCard@ Access Payment decreases as balance decreases
w Minimum Advance of $5,000 and Maximum of $150,000
'': Available in 1Florida counties

"' or more information, contact our Real Estate Department at LEDER
: (850) 862-0111 extension 1830.
Home Equity Lin of Credit 5.25% *Annual Percentage Rate is available for a limited time only on new lines of credit and is
subject to credit approval. The six.moinh introductory period begins with the date of the loan. After the six-month promotional
period l~ lan will convert to an adjustable.rate. The interest rate will vary based on the ** Wall Sreet Journal Prime Rate which
a ~We5 APR as of 06/29/06. Rates and terms are subject tp change without notice. The maximum APR will not exceed 16%.
Tht,, f losing Costs" special does not.include appraisal fees. This fee may be waived with an acceptable tax assessment. You
il, il4 cen t itak advisor regarding the dedutibility of Interest on this loan. This offer is available on single-family primary
'.' i ce or owner occupied condominiums located in Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Bay, Holmes, and Washington
*.:,. ,~,~a Thies. Tis offer not valid onmanufactured homes. Membership Required.

A '"Were Mib rs Matter Most"




FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
www.eglinfcu.org 862-0 I11


Beginning October 30, 2006
CHILDCARE NETWORK CRESTVIEW will be offering
a NEW VPK session from 12:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

This is a FREE Florida Pre-K class!
It will follow the public school calendar and is
available to children who turned FOUR BY 9/1/06.

Class size is limited so it is on a first come
first served basis. Call now for details:
683-0055
Please be sure to share the news!


I


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Police
Investigator in charge of bur-
glaries, John Cook, was hop-
ing that the arrests of
Jonathan and Tommy Davis
would put an end to a long
string of burglaries over the
past year.
"It's amazing sometimes
when we are able to make one
or two arrest how the number
of overall burglaries goes
down for a few weeks," said
Cook.
And, in the case of the
Davis brothers Cook said that
he did get a couple of weeks
were he wasn't getting calls
every morning about a break-
in. 1
"It didn't last .long
though," said Cook from his
office Thursday. "I received
eight more cases today.".
: Since hebecame aninvesti-
gator one year ago, Cook has
been assigned more than 200
cases.
Of the 200 cases, 118 are
still active. 'Of those still
active, 102 are burglary relat-
ed. The others indude grand
theft auto, criminal mischief,
and fraud.
"Just because I have 102
burglary cases in no way indi-
cates that there are 102 bur-
glars out there. More than


ir.17,


9s 2n.0i


I &















































For years experts have
recommended regular aero-
bic exercise to promote good
health and maintain a
healthy weight. Recent stud-
ies now suggest that strength
training needs to be incorpo-
rated into a regular exercise
routine to maintain weight,
flexibility, balance and
strength, especially as you
age.
Studies also reveal that
many older adults, even
highly active ones, skip
strength training. According


to a National Health
Interview Survey of more
than 5,500 people, only about
11 percent of adults age 65
and older participate in
strength training, as were
women and the obese.
Without adequate muscle
exercise, most adults lose 20
to 40 percent of the muscle
they had as young adults.
With too much muscle loss
people have difficulties per-
forming daily activities that
allow them to live indepen-
dently.


ejitda Whitenton, Associate Dean OT Tecnnology oT uwu
ri6Ently spoke to the, Rotary Club about the health-relat-
bEd'rograms available at OWC. Pictured left to right are
I :CNed Couey, Linda Whitenton and Dawn Helms.


Jeff Scrogglns recently spoke at the Rotary Club about
the CHOICE Program a Crestview High School.


Jeremy Cadle and Tyrone McLaughlin are welcomed Into
the Rotary Club. Pictured left to right are Bill Barnhlll, Tyrone
McLaughlln, Don Turner, Jeremy Cadle, and Dawn Helms.


"Strength is a basic com-
ponent of fitness and well-
ness and is crucial for opti-
mal performance in daily
activities such as sitting,
walking, lifting, carrying,
doing housework, or enjoy-
ing recreational activities,"
says Amy Goldwater, B.S.,
physical fitness expert for
TOPS Club, Inc., and interna-
tional, nonprofit, weight loss
support organization.
"Strength training helps to
maintain muscle tissue,
maintain a higher resting


LOCAL


1 0A I C~rntview Nw RBulletin


Area Contours Express gyms raise over $2,800

for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation


Area Contours Express
gyms located in Crestview
and Destin, Fla. raised over
$1,400 locally. These dona-
tions from members,
friends, staff and surround-
ing businesses will be
matched by Contours
Express corporate for a total
contribution to The Breast
Cancer Research Foundation
of over $2,800.
Contributions from all of the
350 plus Contours Express
gyms could reach $50,000 or
more nationwide.
"We held two events,
Bunco for Breast Cancer and
10-5 To Save Lives, at both
gyms and both events were
a lot of fun. More important-
ly, we were able to raise
awareness and money to
assist with a cure of this
deadly disease that will
affect over 200,000 women
and their families this year,"
said Mitch Newton, owner
of the area gyms. "Our


Crestview gym and its mem-
bes won our competition
locally; they really got the
Crestview community and
our members involved."
Although corporate
matches have ended, area


Okaloosa County Contours locally.
Express gyms will continue For further information,
to offer FREE membership please contact Mitch
enrollment for new mem- Newton at (850) 803-3301,
bers in October that donate info@contoursnwfl.com
any amount to the BCRF or visit
through Contours Express www.contoursnwfl.com.


metabolism, and decrease
the risk of injury. Muscle
strength is also valuable in:
improving posture, personal
appearance, and self-image,"
she adds.
Experts say that even
small gains in muscle can
make significant differences
in how seniors live. Some
studies suggest that as little
as 3 or 4 months of proper
training can slow and possi-
bly reverse many of the
symptoms associated with
aging.


h

Q NOVEMBER CALE AR

A CHRISTMAS CAROL: The Florida Chautauqua Theatre'Invites
everyone to see Its production of Charles DiCkens' *AChristmas
Carol...a classic tale that Is as much a part of the Christias tradition as
mistletoe and carolers
Opening night is Thursday, November 9th with additional evening
performances on November 10th and 11th at 7:00 piMand 8. y,
November 1.th matinee at 2: kets lt lo 06ter
Ogih t e.Florlda ef 'at l i.ue In
De`FulFp'prlngs. ThEiLost gfgts isT'1.d6r-adults and "''.00 for"
children and students age 22 and under. ,
For more Information call 850-892-9494. ,
CAT'SHOW: CFA Pedigreed cats'from all over h! ctr- will comr-
pete In Kitten, Championship and Premlership.Dlvli 4 V Iei ,v2q dlf-
ferent breeds of cats will be represented it thie.,F.Sodia ihtreat..'
Fairgrounds on November 11th and 12th,.,' ;'5," ,
The show Is belhg sponsored by the 'tnera.d:C ld Ca Farter,,
Inc. with the proceeds to benefit local and natiohel ,h(tfaniergapl-;,
tlons.. The admission is $5.00; chlldrer 12'and unde.iAre, i'.;
For" .ore'"' information. viilt t, thaC ~ e,;' at
www.peneas olac athow.org. ',.,..' "' '.-; ..:. ';;;
ARTS FESTIVAL: Join the hundreds'of dedlcatdlUteesf'whb
help to make the Great Gulf Coast Arts 'estlval:CJldr.e 'Area'a suc-
cess.
The festival will run November 3rd through November n' with the
3rd being a special day for handicapped children':of Esar blae and
Santa Rosa from 9:00 a.m. to nooh. The 4th and 5 will be'open to-the
public from 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. The festival will be held at Bartram
Park (on the Bay) Just south of Seville Square. :'
BLOOD DRIVES: Blood drives for October 30th though !. vqber
5th, 2006: ." :
tMohndyOctober 30 Sacred Heart Hospital Srideatln -: am to
6pm: 71/estyOctober 31 Whfe Willaso 9am toln: 'n4. y
November 1 First United Methodlest Church NIcdllle', ,lprl to 8pm:
Thursday November 2 BaKer School 12pril ,' 8pm, Walton
Correctional DeFunlak Springs 8am to 11am and ChiutlUqua Health
and WelIness Center DeFunlak Springs 1pm to 6n';: Suitun/ay
November 4 At Gulf Coast Immediate Care Center spoanars Qantum
Radio and Bluebell Icecream 1pm to 4prn ,
For more Information phone 862-4216.. ,
CANDLE LIGHTING CEREMONY' ,EIdSr. B IC of ~Ofalb.:
County will llght,"clhdles of care" on November 9th to. F rVmbeir those
who passed away as a result of Alzhelmer'e dileaseA 6h' 7lqt1i lllheia,
and to support the Increasing number'of famllles,qurr'ntl:aftd by '
the:bralh disorder. ,' '.. '.'
Elder Services will hold its candle lighting cetrot'at Autumn
House ALF, 207 Hospital Drive,' NE, Fort Walton Beao'i;beginning at
7:00 p.m. For more Information eall 833-9g86.' ':, '
TOYS FOR KIDS: Crestvlew's 8th Annliaf"Run for ti T li"wjl.abe
held on November 5th. Registration will take place between 11 a.m. -
12:30 p.m. In the Crestvlew WalMart parking lot. Toys and'donations will
be accepted in the parking lot during registration, Distributlon.of 1 il toys
and funds by Families First Network. '
After the ride there will be food,, refreshments, raffle,'9/80i, music
and a door prize all at the VFW on 90 West. ., .
ALL motorcycle enthusiast are welcome. Fo .m'ore,' information
please contact Ken Hennlnger at 850-537-9798. ''
CITY OF CRESTVIEW WATER & SEWER CONSUMERS: Just a
reminder that the fixed residential sewer rate for the' year 2007 will be
based on the average of the gallons of water used for the' months of
November, December and January, combined and averaged, for the
succeeding 12 months. Please conserve your consumption of water
during these months. For any questions, feel free tocontadt the utility
department at 682-6131 or 682-6134." .,, 1
CHRISTMAS EXPO DAY: The Ladles. Auxiliary of ,oi. Khights of
Columbus, Crestvlew Council #7968, will be holdlingthilr. manual
Christmas Expo Day Nov. 4th at the Knights of Columnbiu Hall:' 701
Highway 90 East. Tables will be available. Coat will be 20% of sales.
Lunches and baked goods will be available. Starts 'at 900 a.m. until
3:00 p.m. For more Information, call 689-1631 after 8 p.m.
Covenant Hospice Is partnering with the Knights of Columbus
Ladies' Auxiliary to raise funds by offering a selection of brand-new arti-
ficial Christmas trees and holiday decorations for sale at the expo.
VETERAN'S DAY PARADE: The Veteran's Organizations of North
Okaloosa County have come together to sponsor q. Veteran's Day
Parade for the City of Crestview. This parade will be held.dn Nov. 11 at
2:00 PM, and the theme for this.year is "America s1, Beause' of Her
Veterans". The parade route will start at the south end of Main Street
and continue to north past the Okaloosa County Court House, then left
to Wilson Street for dispersal. This parade and will Include floats,
Pands and many other entries. The planning committee would like to
hear from anyone Interested In participating In this event. Please con-
tact either Mr. Fletcher Williams at 689-1284, e-mail
fletcher.wllllemsecox.net; or Liz Westby, 82-8286, e-mail
ellzabeth.westby0eglln.af.mll.


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


SPet of the Week
GFidget is a very '
sweet girl. She
is about 4 1/2 4
months old. She
is spayed and
has all her nec-
essary vaccina-
tions. Gidget g
plays well with
other pets, no
problem with cats
or dogs. She
also does well
with children.
Please call
Panhandle
Animal Lovers for
more information
on this little ladyl
850.683.4104 or
850.699.4091.



Rake In, e iSav ins
Fall Fest ival- ale
Now iN PROqRESS


COOPER S FINE JEWELRY
CUSTOM DESIGNS & SETTINGS, REPAIRS, ENGRAVING
525 E. CEDAR AVE. PHONE:850-6838004
CRESTVIEW, FL 32539 FAX: 850-683-8005
EMAIL: GEMSErrER@HOTMAIL.COM


~fast ghoivi(tg 0coipanj
0oo0ing Ok eliehget e peo0Qe!

To represent a unique product line
Full-time or Part-time
Good commissions, Training provided
Call for an interviewtoday!
850-428-2029


AAA MORTGAGE OF N.W.FL, INC.
Peggy Day & Laurin Wheelock

100% FINANCiNG
AVAILABLE THRU
RURAL DEVELOPMENT & VA


850-689-0098 850-689-0063 FAX.
492 TEXAS PARKWAY, CRESTYIE, FLORIDA 32536








Let your home shine bright
this holiday with our :
brilliant selection of i
Christmas items!


Ad~adlj
1 26% OFF


198 MAiN ST.
CRESTViEW, FL


S You're Invited
to a Holiday
Open House
Join usI You'll find
something Beauty-fidu for
everyone on your list!
Friday, Ngvemfer3rd
10 am- 6 pm

Saturday, ~vember 4th
10 am 4pm

.Door Prizes ifts w/ Purchase
10% 50% discounts (on sed*cutte s)
.w HoHioaday Colors &' ift Sets


811 North Main Street
Crestview, FL 82586
682-6655
More Norman Cosmoticl Studlo
havo boon Indopondontly owned
and operated inco 1981,


Tops Club says strength training means

better health and independence for seniors


i w a I%.OCFO lo IOVY LJ IIVIl










LOCAL


WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25. 2006


Crestview News Bulletin I 11A


A Honor Roll
1st grade: Barrentine, Makayla /
Black, Drew / Bouchard, Milton
Bouchard, Rod / Brenning, Sydney
Brown, Alyssa / Carrico, Austin / Erik,
Stephen / Flowers, Hayleigh / Fox,
Zachary / Johnson, Demetrius /
Jomacion, EJ / Kirkpatrick, Ailee /
Lewis, Antionette / Lisle, Dale /
Peters, Ryan / Philpott, Abby /
Philpott, Erin / Pierce, Miranda /
Scheer-Martinez, Sandra / Scheiterle,
Aaron / Schweig, Everett / Sima, Lexi
/ Simon, Rachel / Sykes, Jena /
Strom, Mimi /Thursby, Jacob /Tucker,
Emily / Williamson, Jaida / Winegar,
Abigail
2nd grade: Adams, Nicky /


Our Low Pies Not
LiUmited to Just a FeI
temL...You Choose tl
Specials at Baker
Pic-N-Sav!


Antioch Elementary Monor Roll


Benson, Jake / Bertling, Daniel /
Davis, Wyatt / Eason, Hannah /
Errington, Kacie / Gerard, Hunter /
Gunter, Drew / Johnson, Alyssa /
Kelsey, Hannah / Loften, Wimberly /
Mallette, Rachel / Mears, Brenden/
Menard, Michael / Ramsey, Joshua /
Stegner, Quinn / Via, Caitlin / White,
Hunter / Young, Christian
3rd grade: Calimlim; Justin /
Jones, Austin / Myrick, Ally I
Slaughter, Emily
4th grade: Barber, David /
Burnette, Anja / Bushaw, Kylie /


Cadenhead, Casey / Cumbia, Jill /
Farrar, Kianna / Hunker, Esther /
Kimm, Matthew Ramos, Alfredo
5th grade:; Adams, James /
Bufkin, Kristen / Critcher, Shelby /
Unzy, Jordan / Lux, Foster / Miller,
Jarrod / Parikh, Shaan / Rosa,
Andrew / Sabarre, Vincent / Stegner,
Evan / Williams, Blake
AB Honor Roll
1st grade: Adams, Makenzi /
Brito-Wilson, Lucy / Bumgardner,
Taylor / Casey, Kashira / Cole, Lauren


QUALITY MEATS.




PICi


/ Cooley, Michael / Demler, Zachary
Duncan, Hunter / Duran, Aleah
Evans, Alexis / Franzel, Riley /
Gagnon, Wyatt / Garcia-Thornton,
Ricky / Garrison, Sarah / Geier, Julia
Green, James / Gutmann,. Kate /
Harris, Alexis / Harrison, Brianna
Hemphill, Megan-Ann / Hensley,
Jacob / Inness; Katelynn / Johnson,
Brant/ Kellum, Tnstan / Kelly. Brenyn
/ Kull, Devin / Lewis, David / Uttle,.
Max / Madden, Emily / McPherson,
Spencer / Melral, Henry / Miller,
Hannah / Miller, Lacey / Mills, Hunter /


FOOD OUTLET




bSAV


Nichols, Eric/Owens; Marissa/Oyler,
Kylie / Parsons, Robert / Pena, Aidan
/ Pratt, Stefan / Price, Lane / Prine,
Brandon / Quick, Maddie / Raines,
Chris / Roberts, Matthew/ Robinson,
Trinity / Scialdo, Tim / Sessions,
Brandon / Sexton, Gabe / Smith,
Hannah / Staten, Kelanna / Stone,
Vivian / Stoulenburgh. Ryan I Strom,.
Hannah / Taylor. Kayleigh / Vlets,
Carleigh / Ward, lan / White, Rayphal:
! Witte, Josiah 7 Woodard, Jacob /
Wratheli, Jade
2nd grade: Acol, Andrew /



SW.C.AND E.B.T. :
CARDHOLDERS
WEULCOE


Super Market

1294 Georgia Avenue Baker, FL 5374047

Quantity : Quantity
Rits SUSdRigh
fsp COSt Plus 10%;^)


Prices Effective October 25 thru October 31,2006.
These Are Our Regular Prices, Not Special Prices. Prices Change Qnly When Our Costs Change


Baeumler, Jacob.. Barringer, Felicia I/
. Bondi, Emily '/ Cheney, .Brendan /- .
Chnstopherson, Morgan / Critcher,
Taylor / Deerman. 'Alexandria .:/'. ...
Duncan, Zachary / Feole, Derek /,
Fetcher, Brendan / Gelzer, Joey /
Grois, Gabriella / Harrington, Steven /
Henderson, Skyler / Howell, Hannah /
Hoyt, Ivy / Hunsinger, Jessica /
Jefferson, Jasmine / Kane, Alexis /
Kastner, Fallyn / Kelley, Preston /
Matthew, Jeremy / McDonald, Lauren
/ Mollura, Gage / Moorer, Rusty /.
Owens. Chelsey I Plummer, Jayla/
SQuenga, Chel Ann / Redd, Keenan/ i
- Robinson, Jennifer I Rogers, Marsa /
Slingeriand, Ryan / Springle, Joshua /
Stiles, Michael / Tolbert, Tate / Valdez,
Tyler / Vigren, Matthew / Ward, Tatum
/ Williams, Ty / Wills, Travis
3rd grade: Allen, Ashley / Balazs,
Erika / Berry, Bryant / Bullard, Casey /
Bush, Chris / Chavez, Victoria/Clott,
Sam /.Cole, Shelby / Coleman,
SAlexander/ Couch, Nicholas / Dale,
Katy / Franzel, Garrett / Ferguson,:
Aaron Fletcher, David / Fordhm,.
Shelby / Gainer, Malique i-/ Geier,.
Philipp / Gilbert Saarah / Graziano,;
Anthony / Hale, Heather / Helmstetter,
Jarrid /. Hodge, Mikayla /. Horlacher,
Maura / Hutchins, Raven / Johnson,
Hunter / Johnson, Keaton / Keesey,
Bryce / Kelly, Joya / Martin, Arik
McClure, Chelsie/ Medina, Jordan/
Michalke, Travis / Mincey, Andrew /
Monette, Micah I Moore, Rhianna!.-
.Nichols, Melissa / Paez, Meaghan /
Parker, Jace / Paull-Ross, Amanda /
;.Pena, Eduardo / Petro, Colby /
:Philipp. Samantha / Philpott, C.J /
'Pittman, Logan / Quick, Camden /
Riffle; Christina / Roper, Lilly -
Saldana, Tani / Schirmer, Zachary I
Schwieg, Julia I/ Smith, Nathan ..
Smith, Wesley / Thompson, David /
Tobin, Sloane / Torster, Kara / Tyler,
Lacey Ward, Tristan / Williamson,
Devin / Witte, Alicia
4th grade: Bufkin, Jared :
Camachi,. Valerie / Canhonier,'
Charissa /Chatman, Ashleigh / Cook,
Jemiah / Cox, Joshua / Dianat,
Alexander / Estep, Baylee / Fahie,
Janaai / Gainer, Rachel / Gileau, Brett
t Gilligan, Carrie Gooden, Nekia /
Hepworth, Suzin / Janssen, Mathew
Johnson, Brandon / Kelsey, Julia /.
Kitchens, Joshua / Lambert, Nicholas
/ Uoyd, Sierra / Lowry, Myla / Metral
Cristina / Moore, Diondra / Owens,
Carli / Ouenga, Rena / Ramsey,
Allisobn / Ranlett-Lopez; Pablo /
Rogers, Eliette / Sawyer, Kalyn /:
Sledge, Isaiah:/ Stoutenburgh, lan /
Tucker, Andrew /Tyson, Haley
5th grade: Clark, Meagan /:
Connolly, Sean / Dukes, Kevin /
Ferguson, Patrick / Reser, Tiffany
Gileau, Matthew I Harris, Connor .
Haverstock, Joshua / Keith, Jason /
Kelch, Kayla / Kelly, Alandra / Kile,
Tyler / Lawrence, Vemesha / Lemley,:
Shelby I. McKosky, Kandice /...:.
Merchrit, KJ / Messick, Alexander /
Mesta, Thomas / Peters, Russell I
Pierce, Taylor / Quesnette, Anthony /
Ramirez, Katelyn/ Ramos, Natalie /
Scbultz, Kiara / Stringfellow, Victoria /
Wagner, Joshua / Ward, Emily / Witt,
Justin

Lakeside Concert:
Oct. 29 at St.
Agatha's


On Oct. 29, St. Agatha's
Episcopal Church will have a
return of the Madrigal Singers
from Okaloosa-Walton
College under the direction of
AllAUison Everitt, and also the
Schola Cantorum under the
direction .: of -- John
Leatherwood. The college
musical aggregations have
performed. in the Concert
Series before, and it is always,
a pleasure to welcome them toi
the community.
All concerts will begin at 3:
p.m. on Sunday afternoon:
There is no admission, though
a collection will be taken up
during the concert. As many:
:of you know, seating is limit-
ed, so. plan accordingly. A.
reception will follow each con-
cert. .
It will be a particular plea-.
sure to welcome Jean Johnson-
for an organ concert on Jan. 14.,
Jean has been one of the guid-.
ing spirits of the Con Brio Trio.
She is also a gifted organist,!!,
and thiswill be an opportuni-
ty to hear the church's won-
derful instrument played by a:"
marvelous artist. On March
18, St. Agatha's will host a per-
formance by the Silver Strings
Trio, consisting of RobinHorn,
flute, Carol Hayes, violin and
Judy Holgate, cello. This will:
:be a return engagement by a'.
talented ensemble.
Lakeside Concerts are,
Sponsored by St. Agatha's as a
community service. While the
venue is small, the acoustics
are outstanding. It remains a
wonderful place to hear a con-
cert. The church itself is on the
National Historic Register,
and is in the process of being
restored through the generosi-
ty of a grant from the State of'
. Florida, as well as the people
of the DeFuniak Springs com-
munity. All. contributions to
the Lakeside series are spent
on the concerts alone. For
more information call (850)
892-9754.


I








PAGE 12A CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


B uis ine ss


Dir ect or


y


dy ___ o
by']- i


LUNCH SPECIAL


Sandwich, Chips 8 Drnk*
*Does not include smoothies or shakes.
BODY B- HEALTHY 2227 S. Ferdon
NUTM TON CENTER Blvd. Court Plaza
HIEra'wOODSa~EU 682-8893


Nectar W/Ney Protein Drilk

Aspartame free

0 Carbs, 0 Fat

$2.00 OFF

Was $397359




HoQdjA Goroloni.is..well,.known .appetite, suppressanit; d. mood. enhancer
derived femr-a leafless; -spiky succulent., Recent..research has shown -hat the
Hoodia Gordonii species contains a
,, ,I,,.,. ~ molecule that is similar to glucose, only
SMUCH stronger. The scientists believe
that this molecule in Hoodia 'fools' the
body into believing that it has just
eaten. The result of eating Hoodia is
thus a complete lack of appetite.
Because of this property, Western
countries have
claimed that Hoodia
is the 'new miracle
diet ingredient'.
SThere is strong evi-
Sdence to suggest
that Hoodia may
,:;: become a worldwide
answer to obesity, as
studies confirmed
excellent results.



Optimum Nutrition Protein,Drink 10% OFF

Bluebonnet Super Earth Multi Vitamin Now on Sale.


Paison Profession
Counseling Center; in


Linda Cavett, LMHC, CAP
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Certified Addiction Prevention Professional
682-1234 259 E. Oakdale Ave.

Sn IV


,Lhecl out our websitefor super specials!
www.Foxwoodcc.com









Agency One, Inc.
Geraldine
"Geri" House 301 S. Ferdon Blvd., Suite A
Bmker/Iowner, CRS, GRI Crestview, FL 32536
Office: (850) 682-8309
Toll Free: (800) 239-8309
Email: gerrihouse@gerrihouse.com
B Website: www.gerrihouse.com
Each Office s Independently Owned and Operated.
Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated.


CscI~a &4uur6t


Abbey has
the Keys to
Your New
423-0700 / 884-1400 Homel


SHCountrywide
HOME LOANS


, ,r --" -r w -p
#1 FREE Childrens Meal with
Purchase of Adult Entree
Excludes Child's New York Sfip
#2 Buy One Meal get
$2 OFF Second Meal
One offer good per visit Dine In Only
Join us at our new location on John King Road
behind La Rumba's Restaurant (rmerL La Bamba).
605 W. Hwy. 90, Cresivlew, FL 32536
850-689-2155


Adrien
llStat Overstreet
You're In good hands Associate Sales
24-Hour Producer
Customer Service Ed Overstreet

877 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536

Phone: 850.682.6856
Fax: 850.682.6942
251.246.0303
Email: adrienoverstreet@allstate.com
Auto, Home, Business and Life

1 -- -


-A M IS 20if I21- Jj


I I


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


PAGE 12A


~' '-<*'''*"












Nextel Cup
heads to Atlanta
Page 2B

Alabama fans
getting restless
Page 3B


CRES rvmwPO Rs Buir





PORT


Soccer

Meet the Lady Dawg
girls soccer team

Page 4B


WEDESDY, CTOER25,200 'q& Mws)"l MeI PAGE-1


Runners seek redemption at district meets


Local competitors had rosscountry-


Schedule
Thursday
Cross country
Baker and Laurel Hill at District 1-1A
meet, 4 p.m. at Maclay High School,
Tallahassee
Friday
Football
Navarre at Crestview, 7:30 p.m.
(WAAZ-FM 104.7)
Northview at Baker, 7:30 p.m.
(WTJT-FM 90.1)
Football
Coverage of the
Crestview and Baker varsity
football games can be found
in the Saturday edition of the
News Bulletin. The Saturday
edition includes game
recaps, photos and boxs-
cores from the Bulldog and
Gator games on Friday
nights.
City Hoops
The City of Crestview
Parks and Recreation youth
basketball program will fea-
ture a new "Pee Wee" divi-
sion for ages 5 and. 6 this
winter. Registration for all
divisions is taking place dur-
ing 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.

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

Auto racing
Emerald Coast Dragway
in Holt will be closed this
weekend. The track will host
the Heads-Up Nationals on
Nov. 4, with over $35,000 in
prize money up for grabs;
Gates open at 8 a.m. Time
trials start at 10 a.m.
Eliminations start at 6 p.m.
Admission is $25 (ages 12
and under admitted free).
The track also will be
open Nov. 3 for Test & Tune,
in addition to one round of
qualifying for the Heads-Up
Nationals.
For details, visit the track
Web site at www.emerald-
coastdragway.com, or con-
tact the track at (850) 537-
7223.

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

1998 2006
Award Winning LI
Newspaper
Florida Press Assoca t on
Better Weddy Newspaper Contest


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Baker's Chad Lawhon (left) and
Crestvlew's Jacob Gourlie compete at
the Okaloosa County Meet.


tough luck in 2005
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Baker junior Chad Lawhon still
feels the pain one year later. ,
Lawhon started the 2005 District
1-1A cross country meet with high
hopes. He finished the race with a
sprained ankle that slowed him just
enotxgh to keep him from qualifying
for the regional.
Laivhon gets a chance to erase those
memories Thursday when the Gators
compete,in the District 1-1A meet at
Maday High School in Tallahassee.
"I hurt'iny ankle and couldn't run
to my full potential," Lawhon said.


"I'm not going to allow that to hap-
pen again."
Laurel Hill will join Baker at the
District 1-1A meet. Crestview will
compete at the District 1-3A meet
Saturday at Escambia County
Equestrian Center.
Lawhon qualified for the regional
as a freshman at Laurel Hill. He
seemed on course to return last fall
during his first year at Baker.
Lawhon held a spot comfortably in
the top 15 during last year's district
meet when he rolled his foot on a
stray root. Lawhon fought to the fin-
ish, but came in 21st in a race where
only the top 15 advanced.
Lawhon came back with a
vengeance for his junior year. He


High school football: Week 10


Photos bV Kent Buckner, Special to ne News Bulletin
Crestview's Tysean Thrash (left) and Baker's Caleb Jordan (right) hope to celebrate their final regular season home games with
district championships. The Dawgs host Navarre for the District 2-4A title. The Gators face Northview for the District 1-2B crown.




Fantastic finis hes?


CHS, Baker to play
for district titles on
Senior Night
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

The 24 seniors on
Crestview's football team
couldn't ask for a better
setup for their final regular
season home game.
Ditto for the eight seniors
in the Baker football pro-
gram.
The Bulldogs and Gators
both will play for district
titles during their Senior
Nights on Friday evening.


Navarre (6-2) at
Crestview (7-1), 7:30 p.m.
Northview (8-0) at Baker
(6-2), 7:30 p.m.
See previews on Page 7B
Crestview goes for its sec-
ond straight District 2-4A
title when it hosts Navarre.
Baker seeks its first district
title since 2001 when it hosts
reigning District 1-2B cham-
pion Northview.
"It will be exciting," CHS
coach Matt Brunson said last
week. "Any time you get an
opportunity to play for a dis-
trict championship, it's big.


And being that Baker is
playing for one and we are
too, I think it will be an excit-
ing week for the north end of
the county."
Brunson introduced
Crestview's current senior
class during the program's
2005 postseason banquet
and predicted Dawgs fans
"could have some fun with
these guys" in 2006.
He was right. Crestview
won its first seven games for
the program's best start
since 2002. The Dawgs
already have clinched a spot
in the FHSAA playoffs.
"We've got a very talent-
ed group," Brunson said.
"They've got a lot of charac-


ter, and that is evident in the
success that we are having."
SCrestview's seniors hope
to spend the next few weeks
adding to a legacy that
already includes the pro-
gram's first district title as a
Class 4A program under the
current FHSAA alignment.
"I want to be remem-
bered as a champion in any
way I can," senior lineman
Tyler Reeves said. "I want
our team to go out and do
something where years
down the road, like the
(state runner-up) team of
2002, we will still be
remembered.
See FINISH, page 3B


Thursday
District 1-1A (Baker and Laurel Hill)
At Maclay High School
(Tallahassee), 4 p.m.
Saturday
District 1-3A (Crestview)
At Escambia County Equestrian
Center, 8:30 a.m.
See previews on Page 6B

won his first six races of the 2006 sea-
son. He looks forward to running
with the leaders on Thursday.
"The teams look to be a lot better
this year, so it's going to be a really
tough race," Lawhon said. "I'm
See RUNNERS, page 3B

Volleyball-

New group of

Gators reaches

the regional
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor


BAKER New faces.
Same old results.
Baker's volleyball pro-
gram started its 14th
straight FHSAA playoff
appearance late Tuesday
with a Region 1-2A quarter-
final match against Vernon.
Six of the Baker players
who took the floor to face
the Yellow Jackets took part
'th "' af
FHSAA vct--
leyball play-
off match for
the' first
time.
T h e
Gators had
to replace FLANDERS
seven sen-
iors from a 2005 team that
reached the regional cham-
pionship game. The new-.
look Baker squad won the
program's fourth straight
district title and entered the
playoffs with a 25-2 record.
"We came in as a new
team and it wasn't really
expected of us," said soph-
omore Kali Flanders, one of
the six newcomers. "But we
came in and did it again."
Gators coach Kathy
Combest correctly predicted
that her 2006 squad would
feature good defense. Baker
also developed a strong
attacking game with middle
hitters Preslee Maki and
Apryl Crawford.
"Every tine, you win
with different'girls, and
people overlook that,"
Combest said. "People
think, 'Oh, that's Baker.
They won another one.' But
it's always different."
The Gators expect the
run of success to continue
for the next few weeks and
in 2007. Baker has just one
senior all-around player
Kendria Young.
"It is expected of us,"
Flahders said. "And hope-:
fully we can keep on doing
it."


Contact us


Visit the Crestview News Bulletin Web site at Email News Bulletin Sports Editor Kyle Wright Report your sports news and results to the
www.crestvlewbulletin.com. at kwrlght@crestvlewbulletln.com. News Bulletin at (850) 682-6524.


Fax Information about local sports events to
the News Bulletin at (850) 682-2246.


P-l HERNT... R ES
WITH A BIG DOSE OF COMMON SENSE.~


EMBARGO
THIS WAY TO COMMON SENSE." '

Voice Data Internet I Wireless Entertainment


NEWS &
NOTES


m


I -rr!l rfML-jd-%Klc! I







WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


2B I Crestview News Bulletin SPORTS


NASCAR QUIZ
Q. Which driver holds the record for
most wins at Atlanta iotor
Speedway?
A. The late Dale Eamhardt (9).


NEXT RACE "
Race: Bass Pro Shops 500
Where: Atlanta Motor Speedway /
When: 2:30 p.m. ET Sunday /
Television: NBC /
Defending race winner: Carl Edwards


o..r Ibo


wo' -069, '%


04gwm


%I %t... aN4,)q p be


A n Copyg htid Material- N..o.- -

A Syndicated Content j


Availablemfrom Commercial News Providers"


LM 44W


-A
~~0 4WD


4 04


*mo So*0
40~ ~C ,
44up2m


'- pyptf.
a o e oo o w so an o c


4E -Cmap 4w:~ -



j~. __


-- me


- 4)_


-1 -
*E I ~


the Confnet (Chftistmas that is!!) get Supeh ?ow TiceOs Lomn qjyou 'uJew'


Blue Topaz & Diamond
Ring or Pendant
S jH Your Choice


' Journey Diamond Jewelry,
wig eff '* prw
1/2 ctw Diamond Matching Earrings
Journey Pendant t4 g oAgg


Diamond Ring
VA&eL .14K Gold


LCbJ3bW


PB6152W

al, Olke4a"o


o6 CTiatmond
1/2 ctw fror
$499!
LE6034 -Set


LE6035 Set


LE6033W- Set


WHERE THE EMERALD COAST GETS ENGAGED'


16", 18" OR 20"
PEARL STRAND
Free
$992 Gift Box
6mm Pearl $29t
Studs $299


NEw HOURS: MondAy FRidAy 9:00AM TO 6:OOpM
SATURdAy 9:00AM TO 5:00pM


4Na4


J E W E L E R S Goldrush, Inc.


866N. FERdon Blvd. CRESTViEW, FL32539
850-682-3638 FAX 850-398-5158


-c>


Ta

?=


3-c
Ta
;5


- I-


~ecL~


V=7,6


1


r -a 77


L. -

-- -~ -r


10








% .RTS % or M'NwBultn.


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


AIdbdrnI fl% (.11 I c)I tad~t( Ifterf


IIIde% Idtt,%t 4 0flfrtefltt ItP%


C.
Iv m -



-r a
- -


N-.w AM


-

40ho w -ow-od=


- -


4w *'ll ''S


lp- -



no -4m- -OMM .- -
*



-r .


- -..* m- ..*-A.. -



SCopyrighted Materia


-... Syndicated Content ..


Available from Commercial News
40M .W -
4%,r -, H 2
-.44
dM. -.Wfen~- -. Gomm
a r


~ *
--- _
age '-D, e 0 _Op 41
a o- 0M.-=i -du

--a -.00 *
-~4- -W- -MMM-

W __M.__ -M- 0.. b
4b. 4b -~- .---_p
o 41b -E-MM- MOM
f qW. 4 1~0 4D qnww
-~ -) L -


Providers"





40.11A-O lfm Go*
-

0t .




.- -0
__"-,wqmm fo-
"Mo. m .q-
--






0 --
O -om -"


Got the Dot? Call (850) 682-2012


New Construction S reho
Custom Homes &B k Sin 96SE
r!na ercial ..

Coi3notiis to sen DO
PARTY
1132 N. Ferdon Blvd. A S.
62 889-4375
CBC 1250675 WWW.PLANSERVICES.NET 436 U.S. 90 West


Noted LASIK Surgeon

Right Here in Crestview!


Good Vision Without Eye Glasses
Dr. Payne has performed thousands of Lasik procedures.
That's experience you can trust!
Safe & Painless!
Wave Front Procedure Performed locally in office.


'Darren Payn,, MD
Board Certified Eye Surgeon and
Medical Director in Crestview






Your Hometown Bank Since 1956...
















Now with 3 locations to serve you.





:OF CRESTVIEW MEMBER FDIC,
Downtown Office Main Office Southside Office
302 N. Wilson St. 1301 Industrial Dr. 2541 S. Hwy 85
682-5111 682-5111 682-3111


"We want people to
remember that we were a
team that played together
and never gave up. That no
matter what the obstacle, we
met it with the same intensi-
ty week by week."
Both Crestview and
Baker face some formidable
obstacles on Friday.
The Dawgs must slow
Navarre's spread offense,
directed by panhandle pass-
ing yards leader Austin
Grimm.
The Gators must deal
with Northview's explosive
running game, anchored by
panhandle rushing leader
Nakita Myles.
"It will be reminiscent of
the old Baker days and the
playoff atmosphere," Gators
coach Bob Kellogg said.
"Some of our seniors went
through the glory days of
Baker when they were
young kids, and now
they've got an opportunity
to experience what they did
as little kids."
Kellogg said his small-
on-numbers, big-on-effort
senior class led the Gators'
quick improvement after a
winless 2005 season. Baker
won five straight games


REEVES BARNHILL
after a loss in the season
opener. The Gators already
have sealed up their first
playoff berth since 2004 and
their first winning season
since 2003.
"We did help turn it
around from last year, and it
is nice to know that," Baker
senior quarterback Laine
Barnhill said. "We hope
Baker fans remember us as
the kind that came up and
gave it our all."
*
CHS and Baker will honor
their seniors during pregame
ceremonies Friday.
The Crestview football
players and cheerleaders
will be introduced at 7 p.m.
in Jack Foster Stadium
Baker's football players,
cheerleaders and band
members will be introduced
at 7 p.m. in Doug Griffith
Memorial Stadium.


RUNNERS, from page 1B


going to find the person I
know is just a little better
than me and just keep up
with him."
Crestview's boys cross
country team also experi-
enced a tough ending to its
2005 season.
The Dawgs finished ninth
at the District 1-3A meet last
season, one spot short of a
team regional trip.
Crestview went into the.
2005 district meet thinking it
would duke it out with rival
Pace for the eighth and final
regional berth.
The Bulldogs edged the
Patriots by two points, but


682-0648


Bay came out of nowhere to
claim eighth place.
"The guys realized you
can be so close, but you
don't actually have it until
you have it that day," CHS
coach Katie Fitchett said.
"So it does motivate them,
and they realize they need
to step it up in order to go
on to regionals this year."
Injuries and -departures
took a toll on the CHS roster
this fall, but senior Joe Doyle
said the remaining Dawgs
will try to finish strong.
"We'll do our best and try
to enjoy the meet," Doyle
said.


U~d ai <\f&on
Formerly at Hair & Co
invites all friends an past clientele
1o visit metmy new .Icatlon...


265 N. Main St. Crestview
just call for an appointment or
as always, Walk-ins are welcome


First United Methodist Church
599 Eighth Avenue' Crestviewl, FL ,.
Bruce Sheffleld, Pastor
Invites all to: V'





Contemporary Worship Service at 9:32 a.m.
Each Sunday in the Christ Chapel


Weri I.


Website:www.crestviewfumc.com
Call 682-2018 ext. 107 for more information
MAkE AJoyful NOISE UNTO God, All The EARTh. PSAlM 66:1


FINISH, from page 1B


Crestview News Bulletin I 3B


v m v ww w w





SPORTS


am -








SPORTS


ICrestview News Bulletin


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


CRESTVIEW GIRLS SOCCER


Coach's


Corner
with Coach Carlos Bonilla

"Are you ready for some
Futbol?"

The Crestview Lady Dawgs
soccer teams are set for the
season. With a team-orient-
ed philosophy, new coach
Carlos Bonilla has worked
with the players for the past
few months, building up
skills, endurance, team
chemistry and excitement
for the upcoming season.
As anticipation builds for
the first match, players are
excited and can't wait to
take the field next Monday.


Meet The Lady Dawgs!


S. 2006-07 Scedue


Date
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.


STACY
MEYERS
Senior Captain


RACHEL
RIES
Senior


JESSICA
MAKOWSKI
Senior


MARY
ANDREWS
Senior


KRISDON
JONES
Junior


30
7
14
16
18
20


Opponent
* at Niceville
* at Tate
* Fort Walton Beach
Rocky Bayou
Navarre
* Pace


Nov. 28 Tate
Dec. 5 at Choctawhatchee
Dec. 8 at Timber Wolf Tourney
(at Tallahassee)
Dec. 9 at Timber Wolf Tourney
(at Tallahassee)
Dec. 15 Niceville
Jan. 2 at Fort Walton Beach
Jan. 4 Choctawhatchee
Jan. 9 vs. Rocky Bayou
(at Twin Oaks)


Time


7
7:30
7:30
6
11
7:30
7:30
7:30


7:30
7:30
7:30
6


Jan. 12 at Navarre
District 1-5A matches


MARY
MASTERSON
Junior


LEIGH
HOOKER
Junior


JOHNSTON
Junior


SHANNON
MISSLER
Junior


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
TBA


TBA


p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.


TBA


LIE
ARDISSONE
Senior Captain


DANIE
MILLER
Senior


KAHLEY
TEAL
Senior


SAMANTHA
GOURUE
Senior


AUSON
MAY
Sophomore


Coach Bonilla is very
excited to see what this
. season will bring. "-We.
will take every win, draw
or loss as a learning
opportunity," Bonilla said.

The Lady Dawgs will take
Sthe field for their first game
against Niceville on Oct.
30. The game is at Twin
Oaks Park in Niceville. The
JV game starts at 5 p.m.
and the varsity at 7 p.m.

Mark your calendars for
home games and come
support the CHS girls soc-
cer program. Visit the
team's Web site at
www.chsladydawgsoccer.com
for more information and
the latest team news.


In the

community
The Crestview girls soccer
team already is taking an
active role in the community.

You can meet and greet the
Lady Dawgs on Saturday
during the Fall Festival, and
also from 5:30-9 p.m. at
Azteca, Beef O'Brady's,
Applebee's and Sonny's.

'The squad plans a yard sale
fundraiser Nov. 11 from 7
a.m.-4 p.m. at Central
Baptist Church. Tommy
Goodale and Mobile Attica
of Northwest Florida have
provided a storage unit at
Central Baptist Church for
donations to the sale. Items
can be dropped off most
afternoons starting
Thursday through Nov. 10.


i










SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


Crestview News Bulletin I 5B


Fan of the Week


All-star





Hitters

Batting Center


GET READY FOR BASEBALL SEASON!

1-ON-1 BATTING INSTRUCTION

Call Ryan Gillis at 305-0714
to visit our new facility


Downtown *0





CertstVieWIL


CONM ONE, COME Al TO m BEST PLCE TO BE rml FAW



Saturday, October 28, 2006


Main Street Downtown Crestview


Halloween Costume Contests Food & Craft Vendors

SGames Musical Entertainment Free Goodies for the Kids


& FALL FUN FOR ALL!!


Supporting Sponsors & Volunteers & Vendors

are needed. Please respond soon! Participant

registration deadline is Monday, October 16th.


A Main Street Crestview Association and
City of Crestview Sponsored Event.
If you, your business, your church, or your organization would
like to provide a carnival style activity/booth/vendor display in
the downtown area for enjoyment by the youngsters (and
adults) of our community during the Fall Festival, please
complete a participant registration form (available at
the City Hall office of the Crestview Main Street
Program Director and other area locations). Call
the MSCA's Fall Festival Event Coordinator, Grace
Ferdon, at 682-003 1 or the City of Crestview's
Main Street Program Director, Bill Kilpatrick,
at 689-3722 for detailed information.






All the Things You



Love About a Kubota


... and More!


7 ,-v


Exceptional power,
optimum versatility and
maximum comfort everything you've
come to expect from a Kubota is built right
in to our M-Series tractors ranging from 45 pro HP to 98 PrO HP.
Designed to handle a multitude of jobs in the field, each M-Series tractor is powered by a Kubota
E-TVCS diesel engine.
Standard features include a Live-Independent hydraulic PTO, hydrostatic power steering and a
heavy-duty Category I & I, 3-point hitch (varies with model). Operator comfort is enhanced with an
ISO-mounted deck and deluxe seat. The optional'maximum comfort cab' comes with a tilt steering
wheel, dual level air conditioning/heater, stereo and side-opening windows.
Available with 8F/8R fully-synchronized main and shuttle transmission, a 12F/12R transmission
(including creep speed) on narrow and low models and 16F/16R powershift transmission on mid-
size M-110/M-120 farm tractors.
Coupled to a Kubota performance-matched loader, our M-Series tractors are incredibly efficient
on the farm, ranch, construction site, dairy, orchard and golf course. l


I(Jboto.
Wise Equipment Sales & Service
1147 S. Ferdon Blvd. Crestview, FL 32536
(850) 682-3366


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 Baker-Graceville football game on Oct. 20. 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 49.081 points. The No. 512 team, Brevard Christian, would lose against an "average" team by 49:241
points. Teams with a ranking of "N/A" have not provided sufficient data to receive a rating.


No. Team Rating
1 Trinity Cath. (0) 49.081
2 Pahokee 39.500
3 Lakeland 37.056
4 Glades Cent. 36.684
5 Immolakee 36.281
6'-' qlles 35674
7 I.' ;N w35.391
,8 Gids Day '33200
9 '^Lalayelte 30 540
10''Clewlston 29658
11 Victory Chr. 28.379
12 Trinity Chr. (J) 27.858
13 Pine Castle Chr. 27.220
14 St. Thom. Aq. 26.723
15 Royal Palm Bch. 26.036
16 Ft, Meade 25,958
?7 ..'Ariwood'. 25564
18.' Hardee 25.507
19 -efferson 25.096
20. Appka 24.985
21 S. Sumter 24.736
22 Nease 24.724
23 Edgewater 24.554
24 Moore 24.064
25 Cocoa 24.003
O Dade Chr. 23 188
Godby 23.065
28 Palm Bay 22.785
29 Holy Trin. Esp. 22642
30 Mia. Sridge 22637
31 Cnam.,nade 'I4
32 Astronaut 22 196
33 Homestead ,, I' 'I
34 St. Augustine -21.708,
35 Harmony 21.549
W3-' Keswick Chr. 21 492
37 Riverview 21 215
38 N. Fla. Chr. 20.476
.W9 Pine Forest 20 365
'4d' Dwer 19.643
41 N. Ft. Myers 19.264
42 Wash. (Mia.) 19.217
43 Plant 19.214
44 Frostproof 19.002
44 Tampa Cath. 19.002
,46- Ntorthview 18.958
4'.Willslon' 18.642
48- Naples 18.549
'4 'Eustls 18.545
5 W.Mainland 18.467
51 Blountstown 18.127
52 Msr. Pace 18.046
53 Mooney 18.027
54 Port St. Joe 17.984
55 Wasn IPens 17 939
56 CRESTVIEW 17.626
57 Wamer Chr. 17 366
N.-Marion 17.351
S Braen Riv 17286
60 FSU. 17203
61 FirstAcad. (0) 17.122
62 Lake Gibson 16.850
63 Madison Co. 16.696
64 Booker 16.694
65 Bartram Tr. 16.300
4Oviedo 15964
'Orange Park 15917
$8B'eabreeze 15885
:oiurmbla,' :,. 15.770
Ate '15.723
71 Ea Wnae 155415
72 Kalmleen 15495
73 Hillsborough 15.151
74 Gather 14.929
75 Tavares 14.927
i;P E. Ridge 14.802
7,': First Coast 14630
78. Pens. Oath 14594
-tW, Boca. Ralon *14.564
9BO vCai. hr (FL) 14.453
81 Fl. Chr. (FM) 14.408
82 Ft. Myers 14.395
83 Boyd And. 14.248
84 Mandarin 14.177
85 Mia. Killlan 14.111
86. Cypress Bay 14.107
$7: Dr. Phillips 14102
88 Winter Haven 13 833
89 Trinity Prep 13.758
', Flaglar PIm. Cst 13 625
91 Largo 13 554
92 Episcopal 13.494
93 Cape Coral 13.427
94 Lake Brantley 13.251
95 Wakulla 12.962
96 Ah. Country Day 12906
,47 Deerfield Bch. 12.724
98 'Keystone His. 12672
99' ,Wharton 12.414
100 And: Jackson 12345
101 S. Dade 12.330
102 Coconut Crk. 12.272
103 New Smyr. Bch. 12.236
104 Jupiter Chr. 12.201
105 Fleming Isl. 12.192
.10 S. Plantation 12175
'10t.Countryside 12.036
109 Milton 11.599
109 Northside Chr. 11.580
1110 Sebastian Riv. 11578
111 Am. Heritage (DB) 11.465
112 Titusville 11.347
113 Hollywood His. 11.237
114 Winter Park 11.089
115 Am Herilage (PI) 10.858
116 Manatee 10.791
1,17 Lincoln 10.446
118 Riverview (S) 10.188
119 S. Broward 10.184
120 N. Mia Bcn. 9.851
121 Timber Crk. 9.783
122 Mia. Central 9.768
123 Ely 9.760
124 Gulliver Prep 9.744
125 Mia. Edison 9.605
126 Bay Point 9.484
127 Bartow 9.470
128 Land O'Lakes 9.465
129 Sandalwood 9.458
130 Zephyrhills 9.387


No. Team
131 Gibbons
132 DeLand
133 Palm Bch. Gdns.
134 Martin Co.
135 Carroll
136 Palm BCh.:m L ,
'137 Palmetto -"'.'%
138 Mernmtt li.' '/*.
139 Hawthorne,'.- C:t
140 Dunnellon'T) ~,'-_
141 Marianna
142 Cypress Lake
143 Gulf
144 Mia. Jackson
145 Bayslde
146 Walto q;
147 Sebnng
148 Pensacola' :.
149 Belen "
*150 Pemb. Pinels.Chtl


Rating
9.131
9.052
9.031
9.000
8.864


151 Centennial 7.907
152 Lely 7.880
153 Osceola (S) 7.777
154 S. Fork 7.766
155 Southeast 7.732
156 Lakeland Chr.. -.4.4W
157 Univerilty (Fl) -";7
158 Sarasota :.
159 Leesburg '. 't
160 Mosley 7' 7.41
I11 \\ rJJ Su 375
-1C Liberty Co., 7351
1 16: C.,,rlr,,us. '7.316
164- Charlotte 7.094
165 Marathon 7.050
166 Eastslde .'
167 Bellevlew '
168 Newaeny .
169 DeSoto Co0, ,-
170 E Bay.. ,
171 Mia. Norland 6.866
172 Northeast (OP) 6.864
173 E. Gadsden 6.817
174 St. Edwards 6.785
175 Dunedin 6.724
176 Navarre
177 Miramar 4
178 Dillard '-',V.SJQ.
179 St. John Neu.,- 6.0
180 Coral Gables- ...-.109..',
181 E. Lake 6.036
182 Varela 5.903
183 Barron Collier 5.814
184 Out-of-Door 5.588
S85 Golden Gale 5 587
186 Vanguard '
187 Palatka ; .
188 Dixie Co .
189 Monarch'1 ..
190 Hollywood ir.:.'
191 Curley 5.012
192 Boone 4.937
193 Agape Christian 4.725
194 Baldwin 4.712
195 Middleton 4.617
196 Villages '' *' .55
197 Avon Parkl. i'':_4.5S '
198 ClearwaterCl Cd .
199 Pawc .
200 Benjamin -. :..
201 Chilles 4 342
202 Jenreron Co 4 313
203 Osceola (K) 4.261
204 Alonso 4.198
205 FAMU 4.174
206 Suwannee -,4.1'3
207 Fla Chr. (M): 4i
208 Nature Coast" .'.
209 Bradford -,, '
210 King's Acad.. 3.
211 Englewood 3.950
212 Northeast (SP) 3.933
213 Haines City 3.816
214 Wesley Chpl. 3.724
215 Forrest 3.672
21 Serm Ridge 3.4AT
217 Mia. oarol City`; ,.- 0q
218 Raines ..
219 Kenny ,- ,'3.
220 St. Andrews.. '*.. 9d
221 PIre Cres 3 103
222 Jupiter 3.094
223 Mia. Sunset 3.063
224 Ridgewood 3.036
225 Eagle's View 2.806
226 Temple Chr;- ',i,
227 Hllllar *, .
228 Bay ,
229 Lake Mary 3"
230 St Pete CatholIc 'sJ-
231 Chipley 2.344
232 Robinson 2.140
233 NIcevllle 2.063
234 S. Lake 2.000
235 Baker Co. 1.967
236 Melbourne :.i'S
237 Park Vista i.l
238 Galnesvlle '
239 Cocoa Bch. -;
240 Central .
241 Parkway 1.653
241 Tarpon Spr. 1.653
243 Ft. Walton Bch. 1.605
244 St. Joseph 1.406
245 W Gadsden 1 357
246 Fla. Air ..liSD 0;'
247 Trinity Chr. (D) -.1.10'-
248 Vero Beach 1,234,
249 Jesuit ,1.23 .
250 SI. John Lulh. 1.0356'
251 Mia. Cntry. Day 0.975
252 Berkeley 0.889
253 Freedom (T) 0.793
254 Western 0.763
255 Ocoee 0.727
256 Escambla 0. .2
S'257 Okeechobee 0.632 .
258 Lakewood 0.401)1
259 Newsome 0.488 1,
260 Gulf Breeze OA42 1,;


No. Team
261 Mariner
262 LaBelle
263 Snyder
264 Shorecrest
265 Plantation


Rating
0.394
0.342
0.284
0.137
0.097


281 Buchholz- -0.969
282 LaSalle -0.987
283 Cd. Spgs. Chtr. -1.060
284 Riverdale -1.181
285 Potter's House -1.345




291 Fl Pirce Ceni 953
292 Bell -1.954
293 Winter Springs -1.984
294 McCarthy -2.218
295 American -2.250


MW .43-113

301 Graceville -2.473
302 Rlckards -2.518
303 Lakewood Rch. -2.519
304 Hemando Chr. -2.638
305 Ke West -2.647


~. 2.842
'04 .9 4
311 Canterbury -2.948
312 VWPort -3.047
313 Springstead -3.573
314 Boca Raton -3.665
315 Oak Hall 3 694
.1 &.00rn#



321 Plant City -3.979
322 Cottondale -4.052
323 Terry Parker -4.113
324 Rockledge -4.146
325 University (0) -4.292




331 Pasco -4 644
332 Hamilton Co -4 828
333 Space Coast -4.866
334 Woodham -4.882
335 W. Orange -4.902




341 Citrus -5.385
342 Venice -5.441
343 Summit Chr. -5.907
344 Ridge -6.146
345 PIDer -6.216


351 McLaugnlIn -6825
352 Cambridge -6.947
353 N. Miami -7.090
354 Ft. Pierce W'wd. -7.094
355 Ft. White -7.147




361 Dunbar -7.484
362 King -7.502
363 John Paul II -7.518
364 Orangewd. Chr. -7.552
365 Blake -7.873
i' -, ,-7.60'
i.(0 .i

4.; ',8;487 .
371 Crescent City -8.531
372 Douglas -8.586
373 Wolfson -8.632
374 Taylor Co. -8.663
375 Mitchell -9 167
ti'5s ~V u -""".,"." :., -9.5742
T .. :. .-. -9.698
379 R~akimn.SVr. -9.766
'.A8'Tate'. -9.769
381 Gibbs -10.031
382 Holmes Co. -10.167
383 Atlantic (PO) -10.325
384 Port Charlotte -10.337
385 Lake City Chr. -10.633
FeS. rMp i'"'" -10.746
-,0.888.
'o .91Z
.1016 -
r~1.D80.


No. Team Rating
391 Melbourne CC -11.074
392 Seminole (Se.) -11.095
393 Adm. Farragut -11.122
394 Yulee -11.153
395 Umatilla -11.182
396 Hialean-ML 11.194
397 Broward Chr. -11 214
398 Cn Spgs Cnr. 11.486
399 Tajavella 11601
400 Pine Ridge -11.750
401 Crystal River -11.790
402 Lake Placid -11.852
403 Miami -11.858
404 Ft. Lauderdale -11.923
405 Pinellas Park -11.946
406;Palmer Trinity 11 957
407 Lake Wales 12 125
408 Gateway .12214
'.409i highland Chr. -12.?81
410.Lake Howell -12 477
411 Deltona -12.542
412 Calv. Chr. (CI) -12.575
413 Pope JP 11 -12.607
414 Mulberry -12.772
415 Cent. Fla. Chr. -12.947
416 Eslero 12 991
.,417 Aucilla Chr .13 304
418 Ocala Chnstian .13 545
419 Olmpiz His 13850
420 N Pon -13.868
4 _1 C v C._' _:- r -13 .8 9 0
422 Union Co. -13.939
423 Branford -13.991
424 Coral Shores -14.295
425 Lighthouse Chr. -14.599
.426 Bradenton Chr. -14 818
427 Lake Weir 14 970
428 Ferguson -15260
429 Semlnole (Sa.) -15 633
430 Santa Fe Caim -15 642
431 Port St. Lucie -15.688
432 Ribault -15.772
433 Tampa Baptist -15.806
434 Jensen Bch. -15.835
435 Femandina Bch. -15.859
436 Suncoasl 15.955.
437 S. Walton -16.052
438 Vernon -16.156
439 Stranahan 16 571
440 Brandon 16 929
441 Munroe -17.079
442 Cooper City -17.101
443 Boca Raton Chr. -17.208
444 Goleman -17.260
445 Spanish River .17 -51
446 Bozeman -17.769
447 Eau Gallie .1 965
448 Mi. Dora Bible -17.990
449 Gulf Coas -17 998
.450.McArthur :' -18.143
451 SW Miami -18.159
452 Paxon -18.199
453 West. Chr. -18.217
454 Lake Region -18.314
455 Nova -18.583
456 Middleburg -18.642
S457 N. Brwd Prep -18.788
458 Stanton -18.984
S459 Taylor -19.172
'4608Rldgevlew -19323
-161 NW Chr -19.513
462 An Sains -19.866
463 Bloomingdale -20.512
464 Hudson -21.287
465 Leto -21.696
466 Verol -21.734
467 Menendez -21.758
468 Aubumdale -21.810.
489 M.a Cnristan -22.015
470 Sickles -22.046
471 Pompano Bch. -22.329
472 St. Cloud -22.373
473 Oak Ridge -22.688
474 Providence -22.885
475 Tampa Tech -23.009
,476 Geo. Jenkins -23.772
477 Bronson -24.167
478 Panama City Chr -24.515
479 Lemon Bay -24.556
480 Eastland Chr. -24.616
481 Fainer Lopez -24.750
482 Coral Springs -24.923
483 Poinciana -25.508
484 Chiefland -26.240
485 River Ridge -26.740
488 Inerlachen -26.953
487 Freedom (O) -27.171
488 ML Dora i -27.191'
489 Mli. Coral Park -27.250
.490 Miami Beach ,, -27.555
491 Doral -27.663
492 Hallandale -27.742
493 West. Acad. -28.042
494 Forest Hill -28.110
495 Rutherford -28.819
496 Caiv Chr (OB) -29.015
497 St. Johns -29.716
498 Foundation -30.383
499 Shrdn Hills Chr. -31.120
500 Gateway Chlr. -31.224'
501 Shekinah Chr. -32.445
502 Lecanto -32.644
503 John Carroll -32.855
504 First Acad. (L) -33.724
505 Satellite -35.042
506 Moore Haven -35.266
507 W. Fla. -35.606.
508 Baker (CC) -35.654
509 Treasure Coast -39.569
510 Zion Lulh -41.823
511 Lake Mary Prep -44.447
512 Brevard Chr. -49.241
N. Laud. Acad. N/A

Rankings compiled by News
Bulletin Sports Edilor Kyle
Wrighl Local leams are islea In
BOLD CAPS Oiner leams of
local Interest are listed in bold


~s~e4'0l;~,~l~s
M.I~I












/ i t a I U Ire S LV I ,e IMV V "- U IIvII I


Cross country

FHSAA District Meets
What: District 1-3A meet.
Where: Escambia County Equestrian Center.
When: Saturday, 8:30 a.m. (girls race) and 9:15 a.m. (boys
race).
Who: Crestview, Bay, Chiles, Choctawhatchee, Escambia, Fort
Walton Beach, Leon, Lincoln, Milton, Mosley, Navarre, Pace,
Rutherford, Tate and Washington.
Advancement: Top 15 individuals in the boys and girls races
advance to the Region 1-3A meet Nov. 4 at Miccosukee Greenway
in Tallahassee. If 15 or more full teams are entered, then the top
eight teams advance to the regional. If 14 or fewer full teams are
entered, then the top six teams advance to the regional.
Outlook: Chiles is the team to beat in the boys and girls
races. Crestview's boys came within one place of a regional
berth last year and will try to get over the hump this year. The
CHS girls have not had enough runners for a full team since
early this season, but freshman Lauren Day has finished in the
top 10 in three major races. Day could crack the top 15 in the
girls meet.
Crestview coach Katie Fitchett says: "Our guys team is
pretty strong and I think they can advance to the regional. We
are dealing with some injuries and inexperience on the girls'
side, but I think individually, some of our girls can go on to the
regional."
If you go: The Escambia County Equestrian Center in located
at 7750 Mobile Highway in Pensacola. Admission is $5.

What: District 1-1 A meet.
Where: Maclay High School, Tallahassee
When: Thursday, 4 p.m. Crestview time (girls race), 4:30 p.m.
(boys race).
Who: Baker, Laurel Hill (boys only), Apalachicola, Bozeman,
Central (boys only), East Hill, Freeport, Jay, John Paul II, Maclay,
North Florida Christian, Paxton, Pensacola Christian, Port St. Joe,
Rocky Bayou, South Walton and Wewahitchka.
Advancement: Top 15 individuals in the boys and girls races
advance to the Region 1-3A meet Nov. 4 at Miccosukee Greenway
in Tallahassee. If 15 or more full teams are entered, then the top
eight teams advance to the regional. If 14 or fewer full teams are
entered, then the top six teams advance to the regional.
Outlook: Host Maclay's boysand girls teams both are consid-
ered state title contenders and are the teams to beat in this meet.
Baker junior Chad Lawhon finished in the top 15 in a district meet
two years ago and is the top local hope. Laurel Hill typically finish-
es with its runners in a tight pack, a strategy that could help the
Hoboes finish ahead of some of their local rivals on Thursday.
Baker's girls could have a chance to advance if the Gators can
field five healthy runners. Only nine full girls teams competed at
this district meet last year.
Baker coach Mike Martello says: "I think the experience they
had last year at the district meet will pay off this year. That was a
humongous meet and we hadn't competed in anything like that the
whole year. I'm hoping they will use that experience this year and
get over the anxiety of competing in such a big meet. It is going to
be a stretch for us to finish in the top eight as a team, but I think
we've got a couple of runners who have a good possibility of fin-
ishing in the top 15."
Laurel Hill coach Tim Geoghagan says: "We are looking for-
ward to competing in the district race. We have a very young group
this year, but we are hoping to gain some valuable experience to
build on in the future."
SIf you go: Maclay High School is located at 3737 North
Meridian Road in Tallahassee. Admission is $5.


SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


@ Bulletin! Board


HIGH SCHOOLS
FOOTBALL
District standings
District 2-4A
District All
Team W-L W-L
Crestvlew 2-0 7-1
Navarre 2-0 6-2
Fort Walton Beach 0-2 2-6
Choctawhatchee 0-2 1-7
Oct. 20
Milton 7, Crestview 6
Navarre 17, FSU High 6
Oct. 27
Navarre at Creatview, 7:30 p.m.
(WAAZ-FM 104.7)
Choctawhatchee at Fort Walton Beach,
7:30 p.m.


Team
Baker
Northview
South Walton


District 1-2B
District
W-L
1-0
1-0
0-2
Oct. 20


Baker 26, Graceville 24
South Walton 28, Munroe Day 13
Oct. 27
Northview at Baker, 7:30 p.m. (WTJT-
FM 90.1)
VOLLEYBALL
District tournaments
District 1-5A
(At Tate)
Quarterfinals
Oct.16
Tate 3, Crestview 1
Choctawhatchee 3, Pace 0
Semifinals
Oct. 17
Nlceville 3, Tate 0
Fort Walton Beach 3, Choctawhatchee 2
Championship
Oct. 19
Fort Walton Beach 3, Niceville 2
District 1-2A
(At Freeport)
Semifinals
Oct. 17
Freeport 3, Pensacola Christian 0
Baker 3, Jay 0
Championship
Oct. 19
Baker 3, Freeport 0
Baker 3, Jay 0
Jay 8 12 17
Baker 25 25 25
Bakerstatistics Kills: Apryl Crawford
12, Preslee MakI 11, Chelsea Combest 9,
Kendria Young 8. Blocks: Apryl Crawford 5,
Preslee Maki 3. Digs: Sydney Boutwell 14,
Kali Flanders 8, Chelsea Combest 6,
Whitney Boutwell 5, Kendria Young 3.
Assists: Kendria Young 12, Chelsea
Combest 11. Aces: Whitney Boutwell 5, Kali
Flanders 3.
Baker 3, Freeport 0
Freeport 12 15 16
Baker 25 25 25
Baker statistics Kills: Apryl Crawford
8, Chelsea Combest 5, Whitney Boutwell 4,
Kendria Young 4, Preslee Maki 4. Blocks:
Preslee Maki 4, Apryl Crawford 4. Assists:
Chelsea Combest 11, Kendria Young 6.
Digs: Sydney Boutwell 11, Chelsea Combest
6, Kall Randers 6, Whitney Boutwell 6,
Kendria Young 6.


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Baker's Whitney Boutwell (right) goes up for a kill during the
Gators' District 1-2A championship win at Freeport on Oct.
19. Boutwell and her Baker teammates played against Vernon
In a Region 1-2A quarterfinal late Tuesday night.


Region 1-2A
Quarterfinals
Oct. 24
Vernon (6-10) at Baker (25-2)
Wewahltchka (8-9) at Blountstown
Freeport (17-5) at Cottondale (12-14)
Sneads at Liberty County (23-4)
Semifinals
Oct. 28
Vernon or Baker vs. Wewahitchka or
Blountstown
Freeport or Cottondale vs. Sneads or
Puberty County
Championship
Nov. 2
Semifinal winners
FHSAA Class 2A state semifinals and
finals are Nov. 8 and 9 at The Lakeland
Center.
District 1-1A
(At Laurel Hill)
Semifinals
Oct.17
Rocky Bayou 3, Central 1
East Hill 3, Laurel Hill 2
Championship
Oct. 19
Rocky Bayou 3, East Hill 0


East Hill 3, Laurel Hill 2
East Hill 25 19 14 25 16
Laurel Hill 23 25 25 20 14
Laurel Hill statistics Kills: Katie
Free 24. Digs: Katie Free 6, Jaml Sheets 6.
Assists: Jami Sheets 15.
GIRLS GOLF
Oct.17
Region 1-2A Meet
(At Fernandlna Beach Golf Club)
Team scores
Niceville 364, Leon 366, Chiles 385,
Navarre 407, Pace 408, Fort Walton Beach
411, Femandlna Beach 421, Fletcher 443,
Mandarin 498.
Crestvlew Individuals Vicki Schirg
90, Judy Smith 107, Sam Walden 111.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 20
Okaloosa County Meet
Team scores
Choctawhatchee 18, Niceville 56, Fort
Walton Beach 56, Crestvlew 124, Rocky
Bayou 137, Baker 157.
Crestview 16. Jacob Gourlie 18:41.
20. Joe Doyle 18:58. 28. Angelo Fajardo
20:36. 29. Eric Smith 20:37. 31. Cody


Dreaden 20:57. 37. Mitch Petoskey 23:20.
38. John Wood 23:34.
Baker 16. Chad Lawhon 18:40. 33.
Matt Wilde. 34. Ned Babbitt. 36. Ryan
Lewellen. 39. Dwight Fisher. 41. Zach
Baxter. 42. Austin Lassiter.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Oct. 20
Okaloosa County Meet
Team scores
Niceville 18, Fort Walton Beach 44,
Choctawhatchee 62, Crestview, Baker and
Rocky Bayou incomplete
Crestvew 5. Lauren Day 20:54.19.
Sabrina King 23:02. 25. Christy Wood
30:04.
Baker 24. Stephani Tucker. 25. Erin
Grundel. 26. Julia Terry.
LOCAL SPORTS
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Oct. 19
1st place (7 under) David Smith,
Gary Zick, Melvin Cox, Robert Tilley.
2nd place (7 under) Michael
Vaughn, Gene Kester, David Gansel, Jesse
Dennis.
3rd place (6 under) Aaron Daniel,
Darrell Salter, Neil Locke.
4th place (4 under) Werth Pittman,
Nell Thompson, Howard Mitchell, Paul
Coyne.
The next Thursday Lowball .Is
Thursday at 8 a.m. Call (850) 682-2012 for
details.
Sunday Lowball
Oct. 22
let place (15 under) Steve
Whiddon, Mike Bouchard, Dona Bouchard,
Archie Perez, Brian Middleton.
2nd place (12 under) David
Campbell, Leon Cunningham, Lavaughn
Dorman, Ralph Armstrong.
3rd place (10 under) George
Holland, Howard Mitchell, Brian Davis, Larry
Fordyce.
4th place (10 under) Frank Barrett,
Joe Tom, Corey McSween, Andrew Gamble.
The next Sunday Lowball is Sunday
at noon. Call (850) 682-2012 for details.
AUTO RACING
FIVE FLAGS SPEEDWAY
Snowball Derby Schedule
Nov. 18 Open practice
Nov. 29 Pits and Tech open; Green
Flag Party
Nov. 30- Bomber and Sportsman fea-
ture races
Dec. 1 Snowball Derby Pole Night;
Mini Sportsman and Super Stock features
Dec. 2 Snowball Derby qualifying;
Modified feature; Snowflake 100
Dec. 3 39th annual Snowball Derby
Schedule subject to change. For
details, call (850) 944-8400.
SPORTS BRIEFS
HOPE GOLF TOURNEY: The Bob
Hope Memorial Charity Golf Tournament will
take place Nov. 12 at the City of Fort Walton
Beach Golf Course. Shotgun start Is at 11
a.m. Teams may register on the Intemet at
www.afenllstedwidows.org, or by calling
Charlie Ray at (850) 651-3766. Cost Is $200
per four-person team. Sponsorship opportu-
nities are available.


Factory Quality
Auto Glass
Replacements
& Windshield
Repair
SFree Mobile Service
* Lifetime Warranty


150 West Redstone Ave.

689-0535


GIRESTIEW i PEDIATRICS -, onALD
& ADOLESCENT CENTER *Brenda Strand, ARNP*
Joseph Philip Peter, M.D. F.A.A.P. *- .Pa-Tl a rla, RNP *LD
I AND'CAPING
For all your children's medical needs. i
School physical *Immunizations IGHT TRACTOR WC
Newbom checks ADHD Evaluation & Mgmt
Same Day Sick Appointments New Construction
ACCETNG NEW PATIENTS Tree and Stump Removal
Mini Excavation
Most Insurance Accepted (Including Medicaid) Free Estimates

683-5100 i3 te, c.et Di C e 683-5101 Dependable And Courteous Serv


Licensed and I~u'ited
ice (850) 685-2792


V usl- On-Lin


I.F.KEP

CENTI

VALTON BEA<
*" *I ';'
-A ''*"
^w^ ^'^
*; :-


SSnoringA Problem In Your House?


WeCan Help!

S2 Locations to Serve You:

CRESTVIEW FT. WALTON BEACH
502 EAST PINE AVE. 151 Mary Esther Blvd. #203
850-689-5496 850-243-4456

Board Certified Sleep Medicine Doctor on Staff
Roman Kesler, DO FAASM



RESPIRATORY

SERVICES
OF NWF, INC.
"HOMETOWN PROFESSIONALS
HOME CARE SOLUTIONS"
694 East James Lee Blvd. Crestview, FL 32539 (850) 689-5499
333D Racetrack Road Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32547 (850) 864-5498

With Storms on the
horizon don't put yourself
at risk, be prepared. If
you use aerosolized
medications, protect .
yourself with a battery
operated Nebulizer.

Comes with:
/ Carry Bag
V A/C Adapter
/ D/C Adapter
/ Rechargeable
battery pack

No Power, No Problem
r $120.00
a While supplies last

Cash, Checks, Visa and MasterCard accepted.


r


I,7


G ut unr Ustqidcu iun kds far $999 monduk
Be cabful4-the '' irnOc9 body wasn'tffdcsi t Ko be an the phone all ttme-
Wlh opt Keep on Tlkin"' Plan. d; 't onybody in your region as much diand as
long cs yo.u like Wlth uylimited cellular ard vnltmited Push to Talk for fle tOW
monthly price? Jusr tEertMber to switch shoulders a Few ime's r n hout


NOWS SATELLITS INC
WO'S Ferda -Blvrd.
dftbdoft& Cr ol Aaw-


di


Se",~nIN


lb'I'am, Lo~a `i Ca
650-6824831h Aiw arlzd ea leb

*'r~agon CrIqfsnd 6ir5 asliNC\ k D cd i Isoluz~iu OsAI Gnor* am ei o IiU Cn- r23 ci'bnl bad
cz dm 8g hso is a~~~a bltc .. ALnpId~ws assiila ~d4 AaaIbizkuvdil~s pwanm dn~s or'p~kP3 s Wt O puamo
Fb~skdsm ~l i~_L~~~l~iol~~mm*mai~ bqh~r~d A30 IZdO mdlcrb SImIr mes 135 aewdoe bs u4 a'
kw. "dw Vaduf/ AUa Ah@"~ ,n S Whsle s i R ited ~ a
1114, IdOODWWWO b -. ~ited Will alM lvi s Im. -SmS a SatlNC of %%t\~b Lm fpi do i
nub S.dm WW*m t tw= :h .6wv m m Canpmm .lww:h mid 'C
mar4iasd) mki or. .gd...d~ US~lp~~l Pcsi hbhic Pa n(Su ,o.1
c Smawn CwooW 6 ormuklimp -


~s-,








I~lltod,


A /irrraqtvipw Npw.- Rulleltin


H* i








Crestview News Bulletin I 7B


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006 SPORTS


Frllers local football matohuns


NEWS BULLETIN SPORTS













Available At:.
The Prescription Shoppy
536 E. First Avenue, Crestview, FL (850) 682-2008
I .i "
1425h,2006 '200 p. 6
42.
e a2006.* m,2:Q..-. n

.- .~O .-. Fu'ji $3 Q~




Vaccines to be administered by:
Professional Health Examiners
Cash, Check, Visa/MC



In the event of an automobile

accident know your rights


Why you should let us
repair your car:

Lifetime warranty nationwide
We will make your insurance
claim for you We will pick up and
deliver your car to you No
Charge We offer
legal assistance
with rrour accident


KNOW YOUR RIGHTS.
If your insurance company
has offered you incentives so
that you will go to the shop
they recommend, be
aware, they are
only help-


...., .. .... t -ing them-
if you need it*
Need'a selves. You have


rental? We've got you covered in most
caraea Mnhile eatimatiny we will


the right to choose, where


come to you Free towing fim the you .utomobi es repairR. .
'6ne-ofthe accident Got qubiMti fi .E ACCEPT AI INSUR"E "
about yoWE ACCEPT ALL INSB,EC
about your accident? Call or email us A"%OrJ WrIrVU A A ,T


at lowedowncpb@hotmail.com. We
have answers!


UIMJJ.rNrY I LSTI VU ANLD
PAYMENTS.


Auto Accident?

,, DON'T LET YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY

MAKE YOU A VICTIM TWICE.


Crestview Paint & 'ody, Inc.
Still serving Crestview after 20 years
Glenn and Ed Lowe, Owners
www.crestviewpaintandbody.com


Phone: 850-682-5257
Fax: 850-689-0196


Crestview' 8th Annual

RMS for c To

L .November 5th, 2006

Crestview WalMart Parking Lot
(In Crestview on Highway 85 by I-10)
4 A Registration... I lam -12:30
(Please bring a NEW unwrapped toy.) 0 ./
Contact: Ken Henninger at 537-9798 "



& Va o-t e~w / (So hold on to your registration ticket)
All after the ride... at the VFWon 90 West of town


All Motorcycle

Enthu1usiasts

Thanks to your W eco
contributions in 2005,
at the Toys for Kids
ride, Families First Toys and Donations
Network was able
to implement accepted at WalMart
"Operation Santa's Ef"arking lot on
in which the children
in their care receivedN member th
either a toy or a Nove ber 5th
gift certificate for | 1230
Christmas. As of 11am 12:30
September, Okaloosa Distribution of all toys and
County alone has 1,135 funds by
children in need. Families First Network


Navarre (6-2, 2-0)
at Crestview (7-1, 2-0)
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Last meeting: Crestview won at Navarre 37-
27 last year to wrap up a perfect District 2-4A cam-
paign.
Quick facts: This game will determine the
District 2-4A champion. ... Both teams already
have clinched spots in the FHSAA playoffs....
Navarre has won four straight, including a 17-6
victory against FSU High last week. ... The
Raiders average 23.9 points, and allow 11.3. ...
Navarre is coached by Larry Olson, who
coached Crestview from 1986 to 1998. ... The
Raiders are headed to the playoffs for the first
time in the program's history. ... Leading rush-
ers: Derek Nelson (594 yards on 99 carries, 5
TDs), Austin Grimm (380 yards on 94 carries, 2
TDs). ... Navarre quarterback Austin Grimm (102
of 164, 1,260 yards, 10 TDs, 8 INTs) leads the
Pensacola area in passing yards. ... Leading
receivers: Donte Rome (34 catches for 431
yards, 5 TDs), Chris Weaver (25 catches for 320
yards, 2 TDs), Tremain Barnes (17 catches for
222 yards, 1 TD). ... Leading tackler: John Blatz.
... Crestview is the defending district champion.
... The Dawgs fell 7-6 against Milton last week.
... Crestview averages 27.3 points, and allows
4.6. ... Leading rushers: Calvin Siler (500 yards
on 81 carries, 8 TDs), Stephon Thrash (393
yards on 64 carries, 6 TDs), John Robinson (256
yards on 56 carries, 5 TDs). ... Leading passer:
Joe Thigpen (60 of 95, 869 yards, 4 TDs, 1 INT).
... Leading receivers: Kyle Harrington (14 catch-
es for 280 yards, 2 TDs), Johnathan Peacock (17
catches for 159 yards), Shaun Cobb (9 catches
for 138 yards, 1 TD), Rhys Polk (8 catches for
123 yards, 1 TD). ... Leading tacklers: J.L.
Thomason 68 tackles (17 solos), Kyle Harrington
63 (22 solos), Nathan Johnson 44 (11 solos),
Brett Moore 41 (8 solos), Randy McKee 41 (12
solos). ... J.L. Thomason has 7 sacks. ... Tysean
Thrash and James Amos have two interceptions
apiece. ... Nick Jewell has converted 29 of 30
extra points and 3 of 8 field goals.
Crestview coach Matt Brunson's keys to
the game: "Navarre is a spread football team.
They get four or five receivers, but then they are
run first and pass second. They do a bunch of
things that force you to defend the whole field on
every snap. Their quarterback is doing a great
job, and their fullback and main running back
have done a great job and had big years.
They've got a receiver who catches the ball
down the field, and they are playing great
defense. It should be a great contest for the dis-
trict championship. We're just glad to have it at
home."
'* If you go: Crestview High School's Jack
Foster Stadium is located at 1250 North Ferdon
Boulevard in Crestview.


Northview (8-0, 1-0)
at Baker (6-2, 1-0)
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Last meeting: Northview defeated Baker 46-
12 last year.
Quick facts: This game will determine the
District 1-2B champion. ... Both teams already
have clinched spots in the FHSAA playoffs ..
Northview is the defending district champion ...
The Chiefs started the week ranked No. 6 in the
state Class 2B poll. ... Northview was idle last
week. ... The Chiefs defeated South Walton 46-0
on Oct. 13 in their most recent game. ... Northview
averages 37.9 points, and allows 8.9. ... The
Chiefs' closest game is a 19-point win against
Freeport on Sept. 8. ... Nakita Myles (897 yards on
105 carries, 14 TDs) leads the Pensacola area in
rushing yards. ... Travion Lockett has 682 rushing
yards on 63 carries and 12 TDs. ... Leading pass-
er: Kyle Sebestyen (29 of 52, 497 yards, 5 TDs, 6
INTs). ... Leading receiver: Deonta Davison (14
catches for 234 yards, 2 TDs). ... Leading tackler:
James Lewis 59 tackles. ... Baker seeks its first
district title since 2001.... The Gators defeated
Graceville 26-24 last week to clinch their first win-
ning season since 2003. ... Baker averages 24.8
points, and allows 18.4.... Leading rushers: David
Langston (480 yards on 37 carries, 5 TDs), Caleb
Jordan (385 yards on 59 carries, 4 TDs), Billy
Whatmough (331 yards on 79 carries, 2 TDs),
Cameron Domangue (326 yards on 51 carries, 7
TDs). ... Leading passer: Laine Barnhill (57 of 114,
755 yards, 6 TDs, 4 INTs). ... Leading receivers:
Ben Griffith (9 catches for 167 yards), Josh Beck
(13 catches for 128 yards, 1 TD), David Langston
(7 catches for 127 yards, 2 TDs), Kellan Meeks (11
catches for 108 yards, 1 TD). ... Leading tacklers:
Travis Peoples 58 tackles (26 solos), Joe Smith 46
(17 solos), Matt Jordan 42 (21 solos). ... Braden
Jenkins has 4.5 sacks and 11 tackles for loss....
Joe Smith and Kellan Meeks have forced two fum-
bles apiece. ... Joe Smith (knee injury) likely will
miss Friday's game. ... David Beck has converted
17 of 20 extra points and 1 of 2 field goals.
Baker coach Bob Kellogg's keys to the
game: 'To play for a district title after last year (an
0-9 season) is a phenomenal feat these kids have
accomplished. We don't want to stop here. We feel
like we can play with (Northview), but we've got to
play the best game we've played. They are similar
to North Florida Christian. They may not be quite
that good, but they are close. They have two great
backs, a real.good wideout, and their linemen are
real big. It will be a big challenge for our kids, but
what has been neat about this season is every
time we've given them a challenge and told them
they've got to step up their game to another level,
they've pretty much done it."
If you go: Baker School's Doug Griffith
Memorial Stadium is located at 1369 14th Street in
Baker.


.-.Showd own temppora rilya


divides Gardner household


Teresa Gardner will have
allegiance all over Jack
Foster Stadium when
Crestview and Navarre face
off for the District 2-4A title
on Friday.
Gardner's oldest daugh-
ter, Morgan, will be in the
Navarre cheering section
coaching the Raider cheer-
leaders.
Scott Crouch, who dated
Morgan as far back as high
school, will be on the
Navarre sidelines coaching
the Raider running backs.
Gardner's middle child,
CHS senior Chelsea, will be
patrolling the parking lot as
she oversees the Crestview
Junior ROTC students
directing the game traffic.
And finally, Gardner's
son, Patrick, will be on the
Crestview sidelines playing
the role of the Crestview
Bulldog mascot.
"They say blood is thicker
than water," Teresa said.
"And I guess that is true,
except when it comes to
school spirit and football
allegiance."
This house divided has its
foundation in Navarre.
Morgan made the Raider
cheer squad during the first
year for Navarre High
School.
The family relocated to
Raleigh, N.C., during
Morgan's sophomore year.
Morgan would join the cheer
squad for Southeast High
School in Raleigh.
"But her love was for the
Raiders of Navarre," Teresa
said.
Morgan met Scott
Crouch during her second
year at Navarre. Scott
would go on to become an
All-State athlete in baseball
and football for the Raiders.
Scott's college football
career took him from
Alabama to South Carolina
to Coastal Carolina.
Morgan was a member of
the cheer squads at the lat-
ter two schools.
Both graduated from
Coastal Carolina in 2005.
Crouch played one year of
pro football with a team in
Rome. Morgan made two


Passing

Shots

Kyle
Wright

trips to Italy to cheer Scott's
team on.
Both have returned to their
roots in Navarre. Morgan
teaches intensive reading at
the school. Scott teaches psy-
chology and history.
Chelsea started her high
school career in Raleigh. She
helped the Southeast cheer-
leading squad win state and
national honors during her
freshman year.
The family came back to
the Florida panhandle before
Chelsea's sophomore year.
Teresa jokes that she and her
husband, Pat, chose to live
in Crestview to avoid the
traffic on U.S. 98 in Navarre.
"Ha!" she said. "Traffic on
Highway 85 is just as bad."
Chelsea made a smooth
transition from the blue and
green of the Southeast High
School Bulldogs to the red
and white of the Crestview
High School Bulldogs. Her
list of activities at CHS
includes Youth Alive, FCA,
ROTC and Destiny
(women's show choir). She
also helped manage the
undefeated Crestview fresh-
man football team this fall.
She will compete for the
CHS varsity wrestling team
for the third year this winter.
Patrick, a sophomore, also
boasts a long list of activi-
ties, including Youth Alive,
FCA, Spanish Club and
Chanticleer (top show choir).
Chorus and football sched-
ules conflicted, so Patrick
tried out for the mascot posi-
tion as a way to stay involved
during football games.
"Now his most cherished
spot at CHS is in the big grey
Bulldog suit," Teresa said.
Morgan and Scott crossed
school lines to help Patrick
during the Crestview
Homecoming parade. The
regular "Mrs. Bulldog" mas-


Special to the News Bulletin -
CHS mascot Patrick Gardner
(left) shares a pregame f
moment with his sister, ;
Navarre cheerleading spon-
sor Morgan Kilgore. I
cot could not ride alongside
"Mr. Bulldog" Patrick dur-
ing the event. But big siste,
Morgan eagerly jumped in
and filled the spot. Scott pro-
vided the truck for the mas-
cots to ride in.
"We all had fun being
Bulldogs for a day," Teresa
said. "But now it is time to
draw a line in the sand."
Chelsea and Patrick will
cheer for Crestview to
defend its District 2-4A title
on Friday. Morgan and Scott
will try to help Navarre win
its first district title.
Whose side will Mom
take?
"I know whatever the
outcome of the game, two of
my young'uns will be disap-
pointed," said Teresa, herself
a graduate of Fort Walton
Beach. "But they are all win-
ners in my book. And even
better, they are all winners
in the Lamb's Book of Life.
"Two things are for sure.
All four of them will give
thanks to the Lord for giving
them their talents and know-
ing they all did all that was
expected of them, which is
giving their best. And the
other thing will be that
whichever team advances,
they will be behind each
other with love and support
through it all."
Column based on a message
from Teresa Gardner. Kyle
Wright is the News Bulletin
Sports Editor. He can be
reached at (850) 682-6524, or
by email at kwright@crestview-
bulletin.com.


956 W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536









WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


8B I Crestview News Bulletin SPORTS


Local sports


Busy day in




sports of all sorts

Special to the News Bulletin M,. --fl


Sports enthusiasts could
sample from a smorgasbord
of local events on Oct. 21.
The Crestview Chamber
of Commerce presented its
annual Hackers Holiday Golf
Tournament on Saturday at
Foxwood Country Club.
North Okaloosa Medical
Center sponsored the event.
Eighteen teams represent-
ing local businesses took part
in the scramble tournament.
The team representing
Okaloosa Teachers Federal
Credit Union won the A Flight
with a score of 51. Team mem-
bers were Jerry Maughon,
Mike Bouchard, Steve
Whiddon and Tom Prier.
Across town, almost 500
competitors and spectators
attended the Hub City
Martial Arts Inyitational in
the Davidson Middle School
gym. Gordon Martial Arts
sponsored the event.


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
The team representing Okaloosa Teachers Federal Credit Union
won the A Flight at the Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce
Hackers Holiday. Team members (alphabetically) were Mike
Bouchard, Jerry Maughon, Tom Prier and Steve Whiddon.


The tournament featured
84 divisions.
Specialty divisions, musi-
cal forms, weapons and
black belts competed first to
free up the participants to


judge other divisions. The
day concluded with the
popular board breaking
event.
Next year's tournament is
scheduled for Oct. 20, 2007.


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
The team representing Award Chevrolet won
the B Flight at the Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce Hackers Holiday. Team members
(alphabetically) were Earl Cadenhead, Michael
Gardner, Ward Hendrix and Craig Yort.


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
The team representing Bryan Pest Control won
the C Flight at the Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce Hackers Holiday. Team members
(alphabetically) were John Evans, Steve
Kisabeth, Billy Riley and Mike Roy.


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Chris Stevens of Gordon Martial Arts took first place in his division during the Hub City Martial
Arts Invitational held Oct. 21 at Davidson Middle School. Over 500 spectators and competitors
attended the annual tournament, sponsored by Gordon Martial Arts.


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
Swww.centralcrestview.com. Registration
fee is $65 per child for basketball and
$75 per child for cheerleading 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 pro-
mote salvation, character 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 sponsor-
ship) or $220 per team/$55 per player.
Entry fee includes cart, lunch and
refreshments. For details, call (850) 609-
3046 or (850) 651-7410.
TREE STAND: The Baker football
program will give away a tree stand in a
raffle drawing during the Gators' final
regular season home game on Oct. 27.
Tickets are $2, and proceeds go to the
Baker football 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 look-
ing for experienced coaches, managers
and umpires. For details, check the league
Web site at www.eteamz.com/crestviewll,
or call 423-1011.
CLAY SHOOT: The OWC-Beach
SBank Sporting Clays tournament will
Stake place Nov. 18 at the Shoal River
Sporting Clays in Crestview on Nov. 18.
The event is limited to 16 four-person
teams. Sponsorships and team entry
Slots still are open. Team entry fee is
$200. Station sponsorship is $150.
Mandatory registration is at 10:30 a.m.,
with lunch at 11:30 a.m. and tournament
start at 12:30 p.m. For details, call the
OWC Foundation Office at (850) 729-
5357 or go online to www.owcfounda-
tion.org.
HOPE GOLF TOURNEY: The
Bob Hope Memorial Charity Golf
Tournament will take place Nov. 12 at
the City of Fort Walton Beach Golf
Course. Shotgun start is at 11 a.m.
Teams may register on the Internet at
S www.afenlistedwidows.org, or by call-
ing Charlie Ray at (850) 651-3766. Cost
is $200 per four-person team.
Sponsorship opportunities are available.


Crestview
SC-inema 3
Northview Plaza Hwy 85 N. 682-3201

Call for

Movie

Schedule

682-3201

Regular Admission
Adult = $600 Senior/child = $4
Daily Matinees


J TERENCE D, BARNES, D.M.D.
Family Lenst. i .. .

801 South Pearl Street
Crestview, Florida 32539
850-689-1858

Now Accepting New Patients
Monday Thursday from 8:00am to 5:00pm

Look for our new location on Highway 90 West

Weacp ilitry nd 4cholBardInsrne


We atewillingto
Audibel see patients who no longer have
L A L Learing care specialist. We service al
C riHALLEN GE!Iew w


VACUUM CENTER"
Destin Ft. Walton Beach
Highway 98 722 N. Beal Pkwy
(Across from Regatta Bay) (Across from Big 10)
S 269-0505 862-1222
2 LOCATIONS IN PENSACOLA 1 IN MOBILE


Audibel is offering the "Audibel Hearing Aid
Challenge" to a select number of people in your area.
Audibel's newest hearing instrument, Virtue,TM is
revolutionizing the industry and guaranteeing your
hearing will never be the same. For a limited time, to
give everyone an opportunity to share the excite-
ment of this AMAZING ADVANCEMENT IN
SHEARING, Audibel is offering special facto-


... .... -- -IF ry rebates to anyone who gets their near-
* NO WHISTLING Audibel's Virtue'" virtually ELIMINATES feedback Bb ing tested through this offer.
* ADAPTS TO YOUR LISTEN ENVIRONMENT Audibel's Virtue"' learns j sQ tid CALL TODAY! SPACES ARE LIMITED!: LOAi
to adapt to different listening situations OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30. 006 .1ATI
* AUTO TELEPHONE RESPONSE Audibel's VirtueT-' allows people to B U D IB EL 'TO SuRE You
use the phone clearly & easily, unlike other hearing aids The scription Shoppe
Wt v Authorized Center for Hearing Excellence T .
r850- 28-3 4 -536 East 1st Ave.
Audibel Factory Rebate #23144 850-4 8-3940 Creiew, FL 32536:
S 00 A0 I 1209 Airport Road Suite 5
$IS0 900 V O r any size VirtueTM hearing instrument I THURS & FRI IN CRESTVIEW AT THE PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE Destn,FL 32541
Expires Nov. 30, 2006
L---- ------ ------------ Satisfaction Guaranteed Walk-in's Welcome. To avoid waiting, please make an appointment. 837-3247


I r





I,. "_


...


-~~ ~~~---~-


Ill















@rtober i |a meltic Pioleuce sout)a


When is it okay to be hit and/or cursed at by
your ? (You fill in the blank
here: > Spouse> Partner> Boy Friend>
Friend?)
When I...
(A) Don't have the house cleaned.
(B) Don't have dinner ready!
(C) Don't have everything perfect!
Or when
(D) I've done something he doesn't like.
If any of you answered A,B,C or D, you
got it wrong. The CORRECT answer is
NEVER. IT is NEVER okay!
DUCKS
Have you ever felt like you lived in a box?
Everything is okay as long as ALL your
ducks were in a row > BUT> if a duck was
missing, or you weren't sure you took care
of all the ducks you were supposed to before
he got home> You're racing around desper-
ately trying to find the missing duck before
he gets home. Rushing everywhere to get all
your ducks in line.
Will he be in a good mood? (Duck #1)
Did he have a good day at work today?
(Duck#2)
Did he stop for a drink or 2, or 3? & Is he
drunk? (Ducks#3 & 4)
Did he lose his job? (Last Duck)
WORDS
Have you ever SAID these words? "What
did I do wrong? How can I fix it? I didn't
talk to that man! I didn't look at that man! I
don't want anyone
else! You are all I
ever want! I W HEN TO LE
Didn't touch> I
didn't look> I A Gun in your mouth
Love You> You're A Gun against your
all I want> I
Promise!" < YOURLIFE
OR "Please
don't hurt me!" YES YOUR MARRIA
"Please don't say DEATH DO US PAR
that to me!" PLACE TO "I
"Please don't kick
me!" "Please IT' TIME
don't do that T
again!" "Please
don't leave me < I'll be the wayyou want me
to b6 > I'll do what you want me to do, just
please don't talk to me like that. Please don't
hurt me anymore!"
Has this ever been you? It's been n. i've
been iriyour shoes I KNOW what-you are
going through, what you have gone
through... You could say I have my MAS-
TER'S DEGREE IN THAT KIND OF PAIN,
HUMILIATION & PLAIN OLD FEAR!"
WARNING SIGNS
Warning signs which I only knew too
well> Why shouldn't I? I COULD "FIX"
EVERYTHING>Except my own life> I
stayed too long> WAY PAST ALL THE
SIGNS>....and, I got to witness and watch
my own execution style hit.> I'm here to tell
you what happened > and how I struggled
to survive so I could make a difference for
FUTURE SURVIVORS of violent crimes
related to Domestic Violence.
If my story of Survival can help just one of
you take that IMPORTANT STEP, wouldn't
that be awesome?
Let me introduce myself > I'm Victoria
and I am a SURVIVOR of Domestic
Violence...
I pulled into my drive way after a long
day at work and as I was getting out my car,
I felt the first blow to the back of my head. I
came to as I was being dragged in my drive-
way. It was all like a slow motion horror
movie. I could see the people and what they
were doing. But I was unable to stop it. I
watched them basically stage the crime that
was planned so well> I saw my shoe being
taken off and hung on the fence. I saw
everything and when they came back
towards me, I remember thinking, I hadn't
told my parents' how much I loved them
and now they would never know... That's
the last thing I remember. I woke up in a
hospital three months later.
I knew without a doubt that my husband
had planned the whole thing right down to
the last minute detail, I couldn't prove it,


Ai
h?
h
I
GE
T
D

1


because he was good at what he did. He had
basically been training all his adult life.
I had been told in the hospital I could not
get a new identity> or even think of it,
because of my Husband's Jb_> It would never
benefit> He would always find me> and
before I left town, he did. He'd find me
through my credit cards, my car's vin num-
ber, phone records. He always knew where I
was, even when I rented a car. He informed
me he knew which card I had used to rent
the car, what kind it was, what hotel I was at
and the spot where the car was parked!> I
would come home and drawers would be
left open > pictures rearranged on my
walls> but the doors would always remain
locked> It was if > I was CRAZY > to think
anything was different.
He let me know that when I was in the
coma on life support, I had been finger print-
ed so that I could NEVER work in my pro-
fession or go anywhere without him finding
me: and/or knowing where I was. He said it
didn't matter where I went he would always
be there.
Any one that helped me had strange
things happen to them too! Even my parents
were affected. When my Mom got sick, I
knew it was time to take the drastic step>
that would change my life as I knew it FOR-
EVER!> That is when I put my Survival
Plan into action!> That was. the day I died!
I left my family, including my teenage
daughter behind> I went to a state that had
a town that was not on the internet yet. I
legally changed my name> and found out
that a program
Sexists that
YE IMMEDIATELY gives sur-
vivors of
? A Gun at your throat? Domestic
ead? It's never a joke! Violence and
Violent
IS IN DANGER > Crimes new
identities, so
E VOWS STATED UNTIL that's what I
BUT IT'S NOT THEIR did. While
0 US PART" doing this, I
discovered
ro GET OUT! that I was
pregnant.
Was this
easy? NO! I Couldn't take my daughter, my
college education, my degrees, my work his-
tory, I couldn't even take my Blockbuster
video account with me.
:.j1 COULD NEVER GO HOME AGAIN>
No wedAings, no funerals, no birthdays. No
high school reunions> Not even my own
daughter's graduation and future wed-
ding... NOTHING that linked me to my
family!
It took me four years not to turn when
someone called my BIRTH Name! It took me
longer not to duck and block my face when
anyone reached their arm or hand above my
head which is embarrassing but a FIGHT OR
FLIGHT reflex.
There's help for everyone. The programs
that helped me, can help you. The local shel-
ters have trained people. Law Enforcement
is trained to help you. There is HELP!
I know that I know that I know if it had-
n't been for the Grace of God> I would be
dead now, and no one would EVER have
found me.,
THE FIRST TIME YOU GET HIT,
PUNCHED, KICKED, VERBALLY ABUSED,
BITTEN, BEATEN, SLAPPED OR SHOVED
> SHOULD BE THE LAST TIME. > ARE
YOU ARE AFRAID????? JOIN THE
CROWD!> DO IT AFRAID! DO IT FOR
OTHERS!> DO IT FOR YOURSELF!
My prayers are for all of the survivors
present, for the loved ones who have lost
people to this crime; and To all the Law
Enforcement Officers who deal with this
day in and day out Consistently putting
their lives in danger> Thank you!
By the way> Once the fear has subsided
and you are not looking over your shoulder
as much anymore> The feeling of NO
FEAR> Not having to rush home and make
sure all those ducks are in a row> Is a great
feeling and to all you Future Survivors> I
pray for your safety and courage each and
every day.
Thank You


This advertising space was donated by Crestview News Bulletin.


When is it OK?...A survivor's story


Viola Owens
Crestview News Bulletin

I feel truly blessed to have been' given
the opportunity to create these Domestic
Violence information pages for the
Crestview News Bulletin. It seems like I
have working toward this my entire
life...and in a lot 6f ways that is very true.
My life experience and the guidance of a


Higher Power have brought me to be able
to understand that what has always been
is not necessarily what. should have been.
Thank' you again to Jeannette Debs,
Executive Director and Angelina Garofalo,
Victim Advocate Coordinator of Shelter
House, Inc. for providing support, infor-
mation and graphics and to our publisher,
Jim Knudsen for his insight into the need
for this information to be published.


Inck


0House, Inc.

MISSION STATEMENT
SSupporting victims of domestic violence by
'providing services and shelter, while promoting
prevention through education and advocacy.

Shelter House, Inc. is a non-profit organi-
zation, supported by donations as well as
state and federal grants. If you are moved
to help with donations of money, non-per-
ishable food, paper goods, services or time
call 863-4777.


Domestic Violence...

Please contact us.. If you feel that a family
member or intimate partner is endangering your physical or
emotional safety, or if you know someone experiencing this in
their home call:

911 if you are in immediate danger

Shelter House's hotline: 1800-44-ABUSE

Local hotline: 850-863-4777

To schedule an appointment with
Outreach Services call:


Crestview
DeFuniak Springs


683-0845
892-5411


Ft. Walton Beach 243-1201


What you can do...


Get Iwwm Get Inwe! Get INm"w!

If you know someone who is being battered:
* Believe her, and keep what she tells you confidential.
* Let her know she is not to blame for the abuse; she is not responsible for it and
does not deserve it.
* Take the time to talk with her privately and ask about suspicious bruises or fights
that you know about. She needs to tell her story in her own time and at her own
pace.
* Help her make safety plans for herself and her children. It could save their lives
* Validate her feelings; she may feel hurt, angry, afraid, ashamed or trapped. She
may love the abuser.
* If you suspect that abuse is occurring, call 91 I. Assault is a crime.
* Make strong statements against violence in your social circles and in support of
victims building violence-free, autonomous lives.
* Give her information about local resources; the local crisis phone number is
850-863-7444; the Florida Domestic Hotline phone number is I-800-44-ABUSE
* Offer to assist her in keeping safe by letting her stay with you, if possible, or
keeping documents, money, a packed suitcase for her, or identifying a code
word that she can use to signal the need to call the police on her behalf.
* If appropriate, talk to her children about what they are seeing and feeling.
Help them make plans to be safe.

If you know someone who is battering:
* If you are violent, stop the violence immediately, and seek assistance.
* Interrupt verbal harassment, and if it is safe to do so, acts of violence that you
see happening.
* Call the police, if it is unsafe for you to intervene. It may save someone's life.
* Let batterers know that domestic violence is a crime and that they could be
prosecuted and sent to jail.
* If a perpetrator is justifying violence or harassment because of something the
victim did, point out that the perpetrator is the only one who is responsible
for violent acts. Don't let perpetrators get away with victim-blaming, minimizing
or trivializing their violence.
* If you don't like it when someone makes jokes about women or about battering,
let the person telling the joke know it and why.
* Talk to perpetrators you know about the violence they are doing, but do not
disclose information given to you by a victim, unless you have their permission.
Let perpetrators know that violence is not acceptable and that they can choose
to stop it.
* Support strong law enforcement intervention in cases of domestic violence. Don't
defend the batterer to police, prosecutors or judges. Act as a witness to a crime.
* If you are an employer, assist police, sheriff or other law enforcement officers to
serve orders of protection, subpoenas, or other documents.
* Do not ostracize the victim nor "side" with the perpetrator.
* Make strong statements against violence in your social circles. Advocate for full
accountability by perpetrators, and for full restitution for victims.

ror Starters Help support sheers and
programs for survivors and their children :
* Regular, consistent financial donations.
* Food donations.
* Donations of equipment, gifts, clothing, furniture, blankets, computers, etc.
* Donations of meeting rooms, technical or professional services, etc.
* Volunteer to assist shelter programs with answering crisis lines, working with
survivors, raising funds, training/mentoring for survivors.
* Volunteer to work during renovation, clean-up, mailings.
* Write letters to City, County, State and National elected officials encouraging
them to support funding for intervention in domestic violence and survivor services.
* Write letters to the editor supporting services for survivors.

Projects for individuals, groups or teams:
* Adopt-an-agency for a year: Provide donations of all kinds; put on a fund-raising .
event; bring a group of friends/work associates together to form a work party
for an agency.
* Prepare starter kits for survivors -- ask a shelter for exact contents of kit:
Household kits (pots, pans, utensils, kitchen towels, broom, .clock, etc.); Personal
hygiene kits (soap, shampoo, bath towel, wash cloth, comb, toothbrush and v~
paste); Bedding kits (sheets, pillows, blankets, bedspread); Children's kits (crayons
or art supplies, pajamas, stuffed animal, toothbrush and paste); Employment kits
(clock, appointment calendar, hose, good work/ interview clothes); Winter kits
(mittens or gloves, umbrella, hat, raincoat or warm coat).
* Provide blankets or make quilts for shelter residents.
* Share your skills through mentoring, tutoring, presenting workshops on parenting;
computer use, employment, literacy/GED readiness or job skills.


PAGE 9B


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006















10B 1 crestview News sull n


LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


0 CALENDAR OF EVENTS


ZOO BOO FESTIVAL:
Northwest Florida is going Battyl
The ZOO will unveil its newest resi-
dents-two Indian Flying Foxes. In
the Bat House, 6 adult.vampire bats
are in a colony with a new baby
vampire bat and a colony of over
200 tropical fruit bats.
The annual ZOO Boo festival will
be celebrated on October 28th from
9 a.m. 4 p.m. There will be chil-
dren's games, crafts, and
Halloween goodies. TK101 is host-
ing the event and activities will
range from cookie decorating to
snake handling.
HUANTED HOUSE FUNDRAIS-


ER: A spooky and safe altemative
to trick or treating for your little gob-
linsl
The Cathedral of the Sacred
Heart Haunted House Fundraiser
will be open Friday & Saturday,
October 27 & 28 from 7 11:00 p.m.
and Tuesday, October 31st from 7 -
11:00 p.m. Cost is a $5.00 donation
per person. Children under 10 must
be accompanied by an adult.
The haunted house will be locat-
ed at 1218 Moreno Street in
Pensacola. For more information,
please call 850-438-3131 ext. 16.
CRAFTS AND COLLECTIBLES
SHOW: The Fort Walton Beach


Creative Center is now accepting
vendor applications for the annual
"Crafts and Collectibles Show" to be
held Saturday, October 28th.
The show will be begin at 9:00
a.m. and wrap up at 3:00 p.m. Door
prizes and balloons for the kids will
be given away all day, and lunch
items, as well as special holiday
treats, will be available for sale.
The center is located at 31
Memorial Parkway SW. For infor-
mation on the event or to request an
application, contact Jackie Fleming
at 833-9586.
"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 exper-
tise, as well as interested non-col-
lectors 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.
SPEN AND INK DRAWINGS: The


Local Color Artists Club is pleased
to announce a special exhibition of
miniature pen and ink drawings by
Helen Blair at the Bob Sikes Library
in Crestview, Florida, September
28th through October 28th, 2006.
This event is a continuation of a
series of exhibitions by Local Color
Artists at the Bob Sikes Library. Oil
paintings will be exhibited in
November and December. LCAC is
happy to partner with the Bob Sikes
library in the promotion of art in the
community and will be presenting
additional exhibits and events
throughout the coming year.
FALL FESTIVAL: Come one,


come all to the best place to be this
fall! The Main Street Crestview
Association and City of Crestview
will be sponsoring the Fall Festival
in downtown Crestview on
Saturday, Oct. 28, 2006 from 3 p.m.
until 7 p.m.
The festival will have a
Halloween costume contest, food
and craft vendors, games, musical
entertainment, and free goodies for
the kids.
If your business, church or orga-
nization would like to participate in
the Fall Festival, please contact
Grace Ferdon at 682-0031 or Bill
Kilpatrick at 689-3722.


& 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 51at or 8th Precinct
validated by the Supervisor of
Elections, and a willingness to
serve in the position for two
years beginning 16 November
2006.

Interested District members
should mail a resume, and refer-
ences to: NOFD, Attn:
Commissioner Vacancy, P. O.
Box 973, Crestview, FL 32536 or
via email to: nofdadmln@wool-
com.net. Applications will be'
accepted until 5:00 p.m.,
November 15, 2006.


10/04/06
10/11/06
10,id/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/i11i06


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/lda CLARA S. NONEMAKER
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of
CLARA G. NONEMAKER
a/lkla CLARA F. NONEMAKER
alkla 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 agansi tne decedent's
asl re nrcludrng u.-imarurea C.r.'
b.ngenl or unhlquilaled 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 decedents
estate must file their claims with
this.coirt 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

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, Kyougld-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
Okeloose County, Crestview,
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, et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
I SALE

t 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 Us 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, P.A.
Attomey 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
10/25/06

NOTICE OF SALE

n' b cordance with Florida
.f art, r .-" 'K. 4?il S1:. I,:..:...a:
edar 101 HCo.pal Or,r.e Crei..rv.,
Florida willoffer for sale to the high-
est bidder the household and other
goods stored in the below listed
units. Said goods are to be sold to
recover the rents not paid by the
tenants.

Unit C65 & C66 S. Smothers
Unit H04 Pam Conroy
Unit H08 Jamie Chapman
Unit K30 & D27 Juan Hemandex
Unit K15 Winifred Jackson
Unit 144 Katie Sandoval
Unit 155 Jason Smith
Unit 159 Al Wright
Unit B22 Amber Sudbeck
Unit E02 Charolotte
Westmoreland
Unit E13 Kenneth Winn

The sale shall take place on
October 27, 2006 At 9:00 a.m. at
KeepSafe Storage.

10/21/06
10/25/06

PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
public hearing will be held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
The City of Orestview, on
November 7th, at 8:30 a.m. in the
Commissioners' Meeting Room at
the Okaloosa County Courthouse,
101 James Lee Blvd. East RM 120
Crestview, Florida to consider
transfer ownership of Arena Road
to the City of Crestview.

That portion of Arena Road owned
by Okaloosa County by prescriptive
right of way that traverses through
Section 19, Township 3 North,
Range 23 West, and Sections
24,25,26 and Section 35, Township
3 North, Range 24 West, Okaloosa
County, Florida.

If a person decides to appeal any
decision made with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting,
such person will need a record of
the proceeding and, for suchpur-
poses, such person may need to
insure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal'is to
be based.

SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman

10/25/06

PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
public hearing will be held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
Moulton Land Title, agent for
Charles O. Booker and wife
Elizabeth A., on November 7, 2006
at 8:30 a.m. In the Commissioners'
Meeting Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101 James
Lee Blvd. East RM 120 Crestview,
Florida to consider Okaloosa
County to quit-claim any interest it
may have in that portion of Trudell
Terrace Road and Richman Road,
described as follows:

Begin at the NE comer of Section 8
Township 2 North Range 25 West,
thence run west along North sec-
tion line 572 feet to POB. Thence
run Southerly a line NO 2" 11' 25" E
for 682.43 feet, thence run Easterly
and parallel to North Section line
355 feet a line S 90" 00' 00' E,
thence run south 60 feet, thence
run Westerly a line 60 feet South of
S90" 00' 00" E to intersect West
quarter line, thence run along West
quarter line 60 feet North, thence
run Easterly a line S90" 00' 00"E for
645.96 feet, thence run Northerly to
intersect North section line 60 feet
West of POB. This is known as


Trudell Terrace and Richman Road,
Holt Florida, as recorded in the
Official Record Book 2207, Page
1748 Okaloosa County.




If a person decides to appeal any
decision made with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting,
such person will need a record of
the proceeding and, for such pur-
poses, such person may need to
insure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman

10/25/06

PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
public hearing will be held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, for a property
exchange between Okaloosa
County and Duggan Pond
Development Group LLC, for the
Live Oak Church Road relocation
project, on November 7, 2006 at
8:30 a.m. in the Commissioners'
Meeting Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101 James
Lee Blvd. East RM 120 Crestview,


and said westerly right of way, run
Southwesterly an arc distance of
336.68 feet through a central angle
of 55 degrees 16 minutes 37 sec-
onds (chord of said arc bearing
South 31 degrees 28 minutes 29
seconds West a chord distance of
323.77 feet) to a point on the
northerly right of way of the existing
Live Oak Church Road, said point'
being the end of said westerly right
of way; thence along said northerly
right of way, run South 59 degrees
06 minutes 48 seconds West a dis-
tance of 180.00 feet; thence leaving
said northerly right of way, run
North 32 degrees 38 minutes 57
seconds West a distance of 60.00
feet; thence North 48 degrees 10
minutes 58 seconds East a dis-
tance of 45.00 feet; thence North
29 degrees 01 minutes 51 seconds
East a distance of 84.86 feet;
thence North 08 degrees 24 min-
utes 26 seconds East a distance of
113.24 feet; thence North 26
degrees 54 minutes 38 seconds
East a distance of 63.06 feet;
thence North 03 degrees 16 min-
utes 27 seconds East a distance of
76.89 feet to the southerly right of
way of the realignment of Live Oak
Church Road; thence along said
southerly right of way, run South 85
degrees 17 minutes 16 seconds
East a distance of 233.28 feet to
the Point of Beginning, containing
1.670 acres, more or less.

PARCEL "C"


Florida. Commencing at a concrete monu-
Conservation Area ment marking the Southwest comer
Parcel "A" of Plantation Oaks, as recorded in
A conservation area over, under Plat Book 11, Page 48, Public
and across a portion of Section 5, Records of Okaloosa County,
Township 2 North, Range 23 West, Florida, proceed South 04 degrees
Okaloosa County, Florida, being 45 minutes 45 seconds West
more particularly described as fol- 663.32 feet along the extension of
lows: the West boundary of said
Plantation Oaks to a point on the
COMMENCE at a concrete monu- centerline of Liveoak Church Road,
ment marking the southwest comer an existing 66 foot county right of
of Plantation Oaks, as recorded in way; thence South 34 degrees 32
Plat Book 11, Page 48, of the Public minutes 50 seconds West 398.51
Records of Okaloosa County, feet along said centerline to the
Florida; thence South 04 degrees beginning of a curve to the right
45 minutes 55 seconds West a dis- having a radius of 3437.75 feet and
tance of 663.32 feet along the a central angle of 04 degrees 53
extension of the west boundary of minutes 17 seconds; thence
said Plantation Oaks to a point on Southwesterly along said curve and
the centerline of Live Oak Church centerline an arc distance of 293.28
Road, an existing 66 foot county feet (chord bearing and distance =
right of way; thence South 34 South 36 degrees 59 minutes 29
degrees 32 minutes 50 seconds seconds West 293.29) to- end of
West a distance of 398.51 feet curve; thence South 39 degrees 26
along said existing centerline to the minutes 07 seconds West 27.07
beginning of a curve, concave feet to the beginning of a curve to
northwesterly, having a radius of the riqht ha'jng a radiu of 409.26
3437.75'feet; thence along sa.a feet ar. cerir.al ngle bf 51.
Thir'le"iitR'Wrtght itftl'Blda4MstfIg d"glies SW'Rilt3SW'e "isitStEB't;"
centerline, run Southwesterly an thence Southwesterly along said
arc distance of 293.28 feet through curve and centerline an arc dis-
a central angle of 04 degrees 53 tance of 368.59 feet (chord bearing
minutes 17 seconds (chord of said and distance = South 65 degrees
arc bearing South 36 degrees 59 14 minutes 12 seconds West
minutes 28 seconds West a chord 356.26 feet) to a point of intersec-
distance of 293.19 feet); thence tion with the centerline of the pro-
along said existing centerline, run posed Park entrance Road (66 foot
South 39 degrees 26 minutes o7 Right of Way); thence South 03
seconds West a distance of 27.07 degrees 50 minutes 11 seconds
feet to a Point of Curvature of the West 52.41 feet along proposed
centerline of the realignment of Live centerline; thence departing center-
Oak Church Road (as described by line proceed South 86 degrees 09
Okaloosa County Engineering minutes 49 seconds East 33.00
Department), said point being on a feet to a point on the Easterly Right
curve concave northwesterly, hav- of Way line of proposed Park
ing a radius of 409.26 feet; thence Entrance Road and the Point of
leaving said existing centerline Beginning; thence North 03
along said curve to the right and degrees 50 minutes 11 seconds
said realignment centetline, run East 15.06 feet along said Easterly
Southwesterly an arc distance of Right of Way line to a point on the
394:84 feet through a central angle Southerly Right of Way line of
of 55 degrees 16 minutes 37 sec- Liveoak Church Road realignment;
onds (chord of said arc bearing thence Northeasterly along said
South 67 degrees 04 minutes 26 Right of Way line and curve to the
seconds West a chord distance of left having a radius of 449.26 feet
379.70 feet); thence along said and a central angle of 14 degrees
realignment centerline, run North 30. minutes 23 seconds; thence
85 degrees 17 minutes 16 seconds Northeasterly along said Right of
West a distance of 134.02 feet; Way and curve an arc distance of
thence leaving said realignment 113.75 feet (chord bearing and dis-
centerline, run North 04 degrees 42 tance of North 79 degrees 48 min-
minutes 44 seconds East a dis- utes 37 seconds East 113.44 feet)
tance of 40.00 feet to a point on the to the intersection with the Westerly
northerly right of way of the realign- Right of Way line of Liveoak Church
ment of Live Oak Church Road, Road (66 foot right of way); thence
said point being the POINT OF South 49 degrees 26 minutes 07
BEGINNING. From said POINT seconds West 33.66 feet along said
OF -BEGINNING, along said Westerly Right of Way line to the
northerly right of way, run North 85 beginning of a curve to the right
degrees 17 minutes 16 seconds having a radius of 1259.39 feet and
West a distance of 93.29 feet; a central angle of 07 degrees 38
thence leaving said northerly right minutes 27 seconds; thence
of way, run North 61 degrees 21 Southwesterly along said Westerly
minutes 03 seconds East a dis- Right of Way line and curve an arc
tance of 12.11 feet; thence North 35 distance of 167.95 feet (chord bear-
degrees 19 minutes 27 seconds ing and distance = South 43
East a distance of 53.01 feet; degrees 15 minutes 21 seconds
thence North 77 degrees 38 min- West 167.82 feet) to a point of ihter-
utes 45 seconds East a distance of section with the Easterly Right of
97.08 feet; thence South 35 Way line of proposed Park Access
degrees 22 minutes 29 seconds Road (66 foot Right of Way);
West a distance of 66.61 feet; thence Northeasterly along said
thence South 11 degrees 09 min- Easterly Right of Way line and a
utes 41 seconds West a distance of curve to the left having a radius of
23.63 feet to the point of beginning, 414.97 feet and a central angle of
containing 0.119 acres, more or '16 degrees 00 minutes 42 seconds
less. an arc distance of 115.97 feet
(chord bearing and distance =
North 11 degrees 50 minutes 31
Parcel "B" seconds East 115.59) feet to the
Point of Beginning. Contains 0.15
A conservation area over, under acres more or less.


and across a portion of Section 5,
Township 2 North, Range 23 West,
Okaloosa County, Florida, being
more particularly described as fol-
lows:

COMMENCE at a concrete monu-
ment marking the southwest comer
of Plantation Oaks, as recorded in
Plat Book 11, Page 48, of the Public
Records of Okaloosa County,
Florida; thence South 04 degrees
45 minutes 55 seconds West a dis-
tance of 663.32 feet along the
extension of the west boundary of
said Plantation Oaks to a point on
the centerline of angle of 55
degrees 16 minutes 37 seconds
(chord of said arc bearing South 67
degrees 04 minutes 26 seconds
West a chord distance of 379.70
feet); thence along said realign-
ment centerline, run North 85
degrees 17 minutes 16 seconds
West a distance of 6.77 feet;
thence leaving said realignment
centerline, run South 03 degrees
50 minutes 11 seconds West a dis-
tance of 40.00 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING, said point being
the intersection of the southerly
rigfit of way of the realignment of
Live Oak Church Road and the
westerly right of way of the realign-
ment of Wayside Park Entrance
Road (as described by Okaloosa
County Engineering Department).
From said POINT OF BEGINNING,
along said westerly right of way, run
South 03 degrees 50 minutes 11
seconds West a distance of 12.07
feet to a curve concave northwest-
erly, having a radius of 348.97 feet;
thence along said curve to the right


If a person decides to appeal any
decision made with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting,
such person will need a record of
the proceeding and, for such pur-
poses, such person may need to
insure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to
be based.

SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman

10/25/06

PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
public hearing will be held before
the Board of County
Commissioners of Okaloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
Wayne Miller on November 7th,
2006 at 8:30 a.m. In the
Commissioners' Meeting Room at
the Okaloosa County Courthouse,
101 James Lee Blvd. East RM 120,
Crestview, Florida to consider
vacation of all or a portion of
unopened R.R. Street right-of-way
described as follows:

A parcel of land located In Section
8, Township 3 North, Range 23
West, Okaloosa County, Florida
and being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at a found concrete
marker at the NE Corner of said
Section, Township, and Range;


thence run South for 482.60 feet;
thence run North 89 degrees 35
minutes 16 seconds West for
440.25 feet, said being the Point of
Beginning; thence run North 89
degrees 35 minutes 16 seconds
West for 44 feet, thence run South
11 degrees 49 minutes 35 seconds
West for 216.63 feet; thence run
South 89 degrees 47 minutes 11
seconds East for 39 feet; thence
run North 13 degrees 08 minutes
46 seconds East for 217.56 feet
back to the Point of Beginning.
Said parcel contains 0.20 acres
more or less.

If a person decides to appeal any
decision made with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting,
such person will need a record of
the proceeding and, for such pur-
poses, such person may need to
insure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made, which record
includes the testimony and evi-
dence upon which the appeal is to
be based.


SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman

10/25/06

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 05-CA-4994


CITIFINANCIAL SERVICES, INC.
SUCCESSOR BY REASON OF
MERGER TO CITIFINANCIAL
SERVICES, INC. 344, LLC SUC-
CESSOR BY REASON OF MERG-
ER TO ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL
SERVICES COMPANY OF FLORI-
DA, INC. SUCCESSOR BY REA-
SON OF MERGER WITH ASSOCI-
ATES FINANCIAL SERVICES OF
AMERICA, INC.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

HOMER WILLIAM THOMPSON,
et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Amended Final
JudgrQept 9f.Mortgage foreclosuree
daa ''Ottded6er 72:' 2006 and

e'Mi asifflgigfeES 'T0itA-4994
of the Circuit Court of .the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County, Florida
wherein CITIFINANCIAL SER-
VICES, INC. SUCCESSOR BY
REASON OF MERGER TO CITIFI-
NANCIAL SERVICES, INC. 344,
LLC SUCCESSOR BY REASON
OF MERGER TO ASSOCIATES
FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPA-
NY OF FLORIDA, INC. SUCCES-
SOR BY REASON OF MERGER
WITH ASSOCIATES FINANCIAL
SERVICES OF AMERICA, INC., is
the Plaintiff and HOMER WILLIAM
THOMPSON; PATRICIA ANN
THOMPSON; SEARS, ROE-
BUCK, & CO.; NORTH
OKALOOSA MEDICAL CENTER;
GE MONEY BANK SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO MONOGRAM
CREDIT CARD BANK OF GEOR-
GIA; are the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash at CRESTVIEW: SOUTH
FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE at 11:00AM, on the 13th
day of November, 2006, the follow-
ing described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment:
BEGINNING AT THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER
OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP
3 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST,
THENCE RUN SOUTH 210
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF TRACT
HEREIN CONVEYED;
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
420 FEET; THENCE EAST
210 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 420 FEET) THENCE
WEST 210 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, SIT-
UATE, L 'INO AND BEING IN
OKALOOSA COUNTY,-
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 5402 LUNNIE BARNES
STREET, BAKER, FL 32531

Any person claiming an Interest
In the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lie
Pendens must file a clairr .nln
sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on October 19,, 2006.


Don W, Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By:Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk

Publish in Crestview News Bulletin
Invoice To: Echevarria, Codilis &
Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F05018643

ASSOCIATES CONV B -
rharnig
**See Americans with Disabilities
Act
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabllltles Act,
persons with disabilities needing
special accommodation to par-
ticipate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101 James Lee
Boulevard East, Crestvlew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone number
(850) 689-5000, Extension 7497,
prior to the proceeding. or
Shallmar (850) 661-7497

IMPORTANT

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


10/25/06
11/01/06

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED

Notice Is hereby given that
MTAG, as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said certifi-
cate for a Tax Deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number
and year of Issuance, the name
In which the property is
assessed and the description of
the property is as follows:

Certificate # 1019 of 2004
Assessed to: Steven M Barber
Description: Beg SW cor E 175 ft
N 217.09 ft to POB N 66.64 ft E
145 ft S 66.64 ft W 145 ft to POB
Parcel ID#: 09-3N-23-0000-0044-
0000 Opening Bid: $1,958.12
all of said property being In the
County of Okaloosa, State of
Florida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex,
Shellmar, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on
November29, 2006.

Dated this 18th day of October
2006.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED

Notice Is hereby given that
MTAG, as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said certifi-
cats for a Tax Deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number
and year of Issuance, the name
In which the property Is
assessed and the description of
the property is as follows:

Certificate # 944 of 2004
Assessed to: Ada Frances


Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex,
Shallmar, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on
November 29, 2006.

Dated this 18th day of October
2006.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS

By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk


10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given that
MTAG, as holder of the following
certificate, has filed ssid certifi-
cate for a Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number
and year of issuance, the name
In which the property Is
assessed and the description of
the property Is as follows:

Certificate # 914 of 2004
Assessed to: Charles Fortney
Description: 10th Add Elllotte Pt
Lot 17 lBk 18
Parcel ID#: 18-2S-23-080L-0018-
0170 Opening Bid: $2,415.97
all of said property being In the
County of Okaloose, State of
Florida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okalooss
County Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florids at 10:00 a.m. on
November 29, 2006.

Dated this 18th day of October
2006.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS

By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06 .

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED

Notice Is hereby given that John
Atzberger, as holder of the fol-
lowing certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed to be
Issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of Issuance,
the name in which the property is
assessed and the description of
the property is as follows:

Certificate # 1436 of 1999
Assessed to: Charles Ferdon
Description: Ferdon Heights All
BIk 3
Parcel ID*: 18-3N-23-0890-0003-
0000 Opening Bid: $801.43
All of said property being in the
County of Okaloosa, State of
Florida.

Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okalooss
County Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on


November 29, 2006.

Dated this 18th day of October,
2006.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS

By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED


Notice Is hereby given that
MTAG, as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said, certifi-
cate for a Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number
and year of Issuance, the name
In which the property Is
assessed and the description of
the property Is as follows:

Certificate 1376 of 2004
Assessed to: Henry Wlnesett
Description: E165 ft of Beg
265.51 ft e of NW cor of NE1/4 of
NE1/4 S 330 ft E 360 ft N 355.21 ft
NW alg Rd 361.5 ft S 47.21 ft to
POS
Parcel ID#: 32-3N-23-0000-0002.
0010 Opening Bid: $4,505.65
all of slad property being in the
County of Okaloosa, State of
Florida.

Unless the. certificate Is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on
November 29, 2006.

Dated this 18th day of October
2006.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS

By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06


Branch ,
Description: Re-S/D Blk 18 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR
Oakdale M/F ~ots 5 & 6 Blk!,. I, ,- TAX DEED
Parcel ID4.i04-3N-23.2-1 t -
0050 OpeniaflhIBa!$2,R't4. rlhre- f-tthe'dby given that
all of said property being In the .MAG, as holder of the following
County of Okaloosa, State of certificate, has filed said certfi-
Florida. cate for a Tax Deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number


and year of Issuance, the name
In which the property Is
assessed and the description of
the property Is as follows:

Certificate # 2004 of 2004
Assessed to: Ethel I Price
Description: Beg SW cor Lot 8
Blk 5 Sylvania Hts W 75 ft N 100
ft E 75ft S 100 ft to Beg
Parcel ID#: 09-2S-24-0000-0058-
0000 Opening Bid: $2,034.23
all of said property being In the
County of Okaloosa, State of
Florida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex,
Shallmar, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on
November 29,2006.

Dated this 18th day of October
2006.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS

By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06

NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR
TAX DEED

.Notice Is hereby given that
MTAG, as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said certifi-
ciae for a Tax Deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number
and year of issuance, the name
In which the property Is
assessed and the description of
the property is as follows:

Certificate # 2055 of 2004
Assessed to: Charles Edward
Hooks
Description: Pinevlew S/D Lots 1
& 2 Blk 3
Parcel ID#: p9-2S-24-20700003-
0010 Opening Bid: $3,110.20
All of sald property being In the
County of Okalooss, State of
Florida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okalooss
County Courthouse Annex,
Shallmar, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on
November 29, 2006.

Dated this 18th day of October,
2006.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS

By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED


Notice Is hereby given that
MTAG, as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said certifl-
cate for a Tax Deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate number
and year of Issuance, the name
In which the property Is
assessed and the description of
the property Is as follows:
Certificate #2678 of 2004
Assessed to: Shena D Mulllkin


Description: Brookwood Lot 12
Parcel ID#: 16-2S-25-0274-0000-
0120 Opening Bid: $43,596.64
all of said property being In the
County of Okaloosa, State of
Florida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifi-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okalooss
County Courthouse Annex,
Shallmr, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on
November29,2006.

Dated this 18th day of October
2006.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS

By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk r

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 06-CC-1302

CRESTVIEW WHOLESALE
BUILDING SUPPLY, INC.,
Plaintiff,

vs

THE CUTTING BOARD, INC. dba
THE OYSTER BAR.
Defendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: The Cutting Board, Inc.
Stephen W. House, Agent
Post Office Box 16550
Pensacola, FLorida 32507-4550

and

,The Cutting Board, Inc.
Stephen W. House, Agent
Post Office Box 784
Milton, Florida 32570

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed against you
in the County Court in and.for
Okaloosa County, Florida and you
are required to serve a copy of our
written defenses to it, if any, to:

JASON R. MOULTON
Anomelor, Plaintiff. -
660-A NSFidBh vrf--'' "
Crestview, FL 32536

on or before December 1, 2006,
and file the original with the Clerk
of this Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, Crestview,
Florida either before service on
Paintiffs attomey or immediately
thereafter, or a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or
Petition.

DON HOWARD
CLERK OF COURT

By: Dianne Love
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 06-CP-1156

IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
CYNTHIA LOUISE HUDSON
Deceased,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of
CYNTHIA LOUISE HUDSON,
deceased is pending in the Circuit
Court in and for Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is The Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101 James
Lee Blvd East, Crestview, Florida
32536.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attomey
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT'
All persons on whom this notice is
served who have objections that
challenge the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdic-
tion of this Court are required to
file their objections with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three
months after the date of the first
publication of this notice must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is October 25, 2006.

Attomey for Personal
Representative:
James C. Campbell, Esquire
#4 11th Avenue, Suite 2
Shalimar, Florida 32579
Telephone (850) 651-9313
Florida Bar No. 0708283
(904)651-9313

Personal Representative:
CLAIRE M. CROCKER

10/25/06
11/01/06


L









PAGE 11B


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 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 Livestopk
706 Livestock Supplies
708 Pets
710 Pet Supplies
712 Lost & Found
800 GENERAL MERCH.
802 Antiques


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


Write your own successful classified ad...
* Be sure to give full details in your ad. Give asking price or price you are willing
to pay, response will be greater. Don't abbreviate it doesn't save money and your
ad is harder to read. FREE offers run one time free. Found ads run one time free.
FOR CLASSIFIED ASSISTANCE, CALL...


850-682-6524


UOU
CASI-.


1. Phone it in and use your VISA or MASTER CARD.
2. Mail it to P.O. Box 447, Crestview, Florida 32536
3. Bring it in to 295 W. James Lee Blvd., Crestview, Fl. 32536
4. E-Mail it to: okpublishing@crestviewbulletin.com
5. Fax it in to 850-682-2246


I


DEADLINE: MONDAY 10 AM FOR WEDNESDAY'S PUBLICATION
THURSDAY 3 PM, FOR SATURDAY'S PUBLICATION



BUY SELL TRADE

1 S 1S S I Ir.>SCS>' r

Bult*


oa








-S. S 1 Sf -


BASE $3.90
BASE $4.65
BASE $5.40
BASE $6.15

BASE $6.90
BASE $7.65

BASE $8.40

BASE $9.15


BASE $4.05
BASE $4.80
BASE $5.55
BASE $6.30

BASE $7.05
BASE $7.80

BASE $8.55

BASE $9.30


BASE $4.20 BASE $4.35
BASE $4.95 BASE $5.10


BASE $5.70
BASE $6.45

BASE $7.20
BASE $7.95

BASE $8.70

BASE $9.45


BASE $5.85
BASE $6.60

BASE $7.35
BASE $8.10

BASE $8.85

BASE $9.60


0e




BASE $3.75
BASE $4.50
BASE $5.25
BASE $6.00
BASE $6.75

BASE $7.50
BASE $8.25

BASE $9.00 0

BASE $9.75



IFm-Pay Two Issues




Srds E 00
15 $700


eagh additional word 25'
vptei Party Ads.Orly
eo E.meMrcial Accounts


UR ISSUES

4. ,35


.. editionn word 45'
pnt f trget.aboutour





A' p fiorgetabout our
A ^TION GRABBER




1s 00


t; c. '4joi


ATENIO GABBERw


*
*
*
0


S # (VISA)/# ,(M/C)
* Exp. Date / / Exp. Date __ /
, , a . .


BATSON REUNTIN
Sunday, November
5, 9-3 Baker Center.
Baker, Florida.
ELKS LODGE Tur-
key Shoot, starts at
9:00am, 23 Sept
and every Saturday
until 16 Dec. Go 90E
to Fairchild Rd. fol-
low signs to proper-
ty. Come enjoy the
fun.
SINGLE WHITE
male 70, 5'8 170.
I'm retired and own
my home and live
alone. I am search-
ing for a nice honest
lady close to my age
not much over-
weight for a serious
relationship.Please
write and or call
689-8038, RB, P.O.
Box 876, Crestview
FL. 32536


102
Drivers
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
Werner needs entry-
level semi drivers.
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+lst yr!
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309.
DRIVER:
EARNINGS OVER
$50,000 per year &
Home Weekends!
Looking for drivers for
Dedicated Customer
No back-hauls
Paid Odometer Mile-
age Loaded & Empty.
Excellent benefits and
bonus program!
Call Bill or Neal for de-
tails
@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


102 104' 126 315
Drivers u General H~~l ,' .f, ;Skillls/Trade Business Services
DRIVERS FFlatbedO. CCiMACHINE p- AUTO BODY Tech AAA CRESTVIEW
$1700 erators No experi- needed at Factory HAULING
SIGN ON BONUS ence' Necessary. Spec Collison (off of We Rent roll off
AL, GA, & FL Dis- Day Shift Monday 1-10) in Crestview, containers for con-
patch thru Thursday: Will FL. 4 day work struction and de-
HOME WEEKENDS Train. Apply in per- week, great work bris removal Call
GUARANTEED son 8AM-11AM environment and (850) 683-5752
Earn upto .39 /mi. Monday Thursday awesome benefit
BCBS Ins.-Medical @ 3100 Adora Teal package (850)423- ALWAYS
Dental & Vision, Co. Way, Crestview 850- 0691. A
Match 401K in 90 689-2889. EOE TREAT
daysc% ePre- 89 E W JOIN .THE fastest With Amazing Face
days, 50% Pre-load- C R E S T VI E W growing security and Body Shop Ph:
ed &Tarped Loads AREA: House systems integrator in 689-3900 Facials,
Must be at least 23 Cleaning Company the Florida Panhan- Massages, Spa
yrs old &lyrOTR needs help. 32 die. Technicians & Treatments, etc. Are
Flatbed Exp. hours p/week, start- trainees needed im- you aware Oct. 23rd
SUNBELT ing pay $6.40 must mediately. Call for starts Massage
CTRANSPOR have reliable trans- interview 850-682- Awareness Week?
1-800-494-8471 portation call 758- 7365 Schedule yours to-
www.PatriotTrans.com 8891 120 day (FL Estab. Lic
NEED DRIVER with HARD WORKING Professional #MA16666)
man to work for fam- MEEn A
a clean Class B & E man to work for fai- NEED A
License, position in- owned trash com- THE NORTH Oka- DUMPSTER?
cludes some physi- pany in Holt, Drug loosa Family YMCA Call 683-5752
cal labor. Apply in Test Required, 537- is currently looking AAA Crestview
person at Crestview 3282 For a gymnastics/ Hauling, construc-
Wholesale, 984 W. FAST GROWING cheer instructor to tion & debris re-
James Lee Blvd. Company looking take over their gym- moval. We accept
Crestview. for energetic people nastics/cheer pro- Visa & Master-
to represent unique gram in Crestview. card.
104 product line, full or for more information
General Help part time; Good please contact the DUMP TRAILER
commissions, train- North Okaloosa Don't tear up your
$ ABSOLUTELY ing provided. Call for Famiily YMCA @ yard or crack your
THE BEST $ an interview now 689-2999 M-F 8am- driveway with a
Temporary Staff- 850-428-2029 8pm. dumpster. Get a
ing Co. in this dumpster on wheels
area. Labor Find- 108 128 from Lawn Tek
ers needs you! Hotel/Motel Positions Wanted Call Brad @
Hinhe.t Pnv R..st & Restaurant ,.... ,.A i ,_ n,. 865-3266
mi rite from wn Tek


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
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.

COMFORT
KEEPERS
Dedicated people
needed to assist our
seniors in their
homes. Flex hours,
ft/pt, mileage paid,
$8.hr. 279-6294


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
126
Skills/Trade
EXPERIENCED
IRRIGATION
service technician.
Testing required
upon hiring. 689-
0921
HELP WANTED
Carpenters and Car-
penter Helpers
needed.Crestview/B
aker area. 537-3647


MT NAMm I RllUii-
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


310 Business
Opportunities
POSTAL CAREERS
20061 20/hour start-
ing, 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
PANHANDLE
COMMERCIAL
CLEAN
Now serving Escam-
bia, Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties.
New construction,
area business
Condos, move outs
& residents Please
call Jennifer
850-346-6995.
Licensed & Insured
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075
320
Child Care
RELIABLE BABY-
SITTER avail, eve-
ning 'childcare, any
age, 6pm Mon-Fri.
Call to discuss futh-
er details. 499-6430
325
Domestic
MOMS WITH MOPS
cleaning service.
Residential, deep
cleans, move-outs.
Flat rate billing! Call
today for your esti-
mate (850)598-9987


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

P f FREE ESTIMATES


325 335
Domestic Financial Services
BEV'S BROOM INC NEED A LOAN?
We clean private DON'T KNOW
homes, offices, WHERE TO
move outs & new START? CALL THE
construction in the EXPERTS
Crestview area. 1-877-681-5104
Honest & dependa- QUICK & RELIA-
ble, licensed and in- BLE SERVICE
sured. Contact Bev-
erly Hilton 685-6249 337
or 376-0000 Concrete
DETAILED HOUSE A-0 AAA
CLEANING Will pro- CONCRETE
vide cleaning prod- 25yrs Experience.
ucts. Excellent local Driveways, patios,
references. Reason- tearouts, stamp
able. Call Sharon at work coloring, Bob
218-0572. Kat work, reasona-
IF YOU need a ble prices,
F YOU need a Licensed/Insured
clean house, and Free estimates.
live in, Crestview God Bless Ameca.
ea.God Bless America.
area. I will be happy Call
to help you. Please 850-685-9396
call 428-6023. 850-685-9396
ALL PHASES OF
332 CONCRETE, Con-
Watch & Clock create coatings, Con-
Repair create repair. Deck
and Driveway addi-
ALL TYPES OF tions Free esti-
WATCH & mates, Low rates.
CLOCK 305-1957
REPAIR CONCRETE CON-
Grandfather, STRUCTION- Drive-
Mantel, Antique ways, Foundations,
Clocks Cuckoos & patios. Reasona-
We buy Antiques ble prices, Free esti-
and old Clocks mates, 30 years ex-
Call 689-1007 after perience. Licensed
hours 682-2844 & Insured 685-7488


% Electri L.L.C.
David King Owner

. ., RESIDENTIAL

REMODELING


117 Sikes Drive
Crestview, FL 32539


Quality Curb
& RESURFACING LLC
CUSTOM CONCRETEADSCAPEBORDER
Color/Texture & Stamp Impressions Available
Specializing In Decorative Overlays Of New/Existing Concrete
Pool Decks, Patios, Porches, ,i
682-8228
Driveways, Walks JOE McCARTHY/OWNER 682-
S Licensed and Insured / Cell:
S So Much More Reasonable Rates 21728
Residential & Commercial www.qualitycuurb.com (CURB)2
(CURB) ".


LC# ET11000749
Work: 850-306-5381
Fax: 850-689-8081
Home: 850-683-0400


337
SConcrete,,
BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Bamhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remold-
ing, door removal,
porches, decks. No
job too small, 25
years in the busi-
ness. 423-0255
DOUGLAS
HENDERSON
Masonry 25 years
experience Long
time' resident of
Okaloosa Co. Drive-
ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932 /
546-0363
LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.
340
Home Repair

RICHARD GRAND-
QUEST FENCING
(850) 682-9856


CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Pressure Washing,,
(Hot & Cold).,i'Aoddo
Painting 'and' lRe',
modeling ResdBhi '
tial & Commercial,.
Honest work. Refer-
ences avaidabTe!A
682-0011 or'' -':
6998 a,
CRESTVIEWIr :
CARPENTRY,, ::,,,
Cabinets, additions;,-;
remodeling. Qudlitj Y,
dependable work
Custom wood work,,.
ing, 25 years experi--
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wbi'1
689-1575 We aio.;
do handicap ramps.:

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


U 09LIMP d0 I1.T ED

HOME RESTORATION, INC.
Home Repairs & Renovations
KITCHEN & BATHROOM REMODEUNG
WINDOWS & DooRS FANS & LIGHTING
TILE DRYwAu.L WOOD-ROT
TRIM MOULDING DECKS ROOF REPAIR

S 850.902.1299 ,
Free Estimates i
Licensed Insured


Oake
i n,_ Inc


FURNITURE APPLIANCES a TIRES... OR MY.

BULLETIN BOARD CLASSIFIED, TAKE A TAX WRITE OFF OR POCKET TAX FREE CASH.


Fill out form completely and mail it with payment to P.O. Box 447, Crestview,
Fl. 32536, or bring it in to our office at 295 W. James Lee Blvd., Crestview,
Fl, or copy and Fax to 850-682-2246

Classification # choose one from selection at left.

CHECK ONE: 1 issue, 2 issues, 4 issues, 8 issues




Border Bold Capitalized Centered Reverse Symbol
$250 Words Words Words $150 $1pers
per ad 25"per lne 250perline 25 ,per line per ad ,V .
per insertion per insertion per insertion per insertion per insertion per insertion
additional additional additional additional additional additional



WRITE YOUR OWN AD HERE


NAME:BASE AMOUNT
-$____ +
PHONE: ATTENTION GRABBER

ADDRESS: $ ,_ =
TOTAL $
CITY: ST:. ZIP:_TOTAL
Payment Method:___ Check Enclosed, Credit Card, _Bill Me.


a
a



S


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN











WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


PAGE 12B CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


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

n. 865-7777 or 682-7718
Mikm rick@nwfla-homes.com www.nwfla-homes.com


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
All brick, 2 story, So.
Of 1-10 with 6 Bedrooms,
3.5 Bathrooms. Really nice
house on 2 fenced acres,
privacy fence around pool.
Fireplace to enjoy, 2 yard
buildings for storage
3373sqft. $400,000.
This is what
you've been looking for!
3.05 acres right on the
water. Located on Tallokas
Road, this is the last lot in
this unrecorded
subdivision. Great place
for your dream/ retirement
home. $174,900.
Have horses but
need more room? We've got
it right here! 10 acres with
not only a lovely home with
fruit trees and grape vines,
but everything you could
possibly want or need to
raise, train, and care for
horses. You'll just have to
see for yourself! $550,000.
Looking for a place
to house a new business?
Look no further. 650
Industrial Blvd, remodeled
and repainted, 3 I/2 ton
heat pump only 4 year old,
excellent location.Come
check it out today.
$249,900.
5 Bedroom, 3
Bathroom, beautiful
home in a nice
neighborhood with an
added plus: a loft area that
can be a playroom,
gameroom, or computer
room. Above ground salt
water pool and a lovely
screened in patio. The
perfect home for a large
family! $239,900.
New Listing! And
what a charming home,
right in the heart of
Niceville. 3/2, on a cul-de-
sac, close to schools and
shopping. This a great
deal so come and take a
look today. $250,000.


Outstandbng ApgmT


345
Lawn Care
T & J TREE SERV-
ICE licensed and In-
sured, 17 years ex-
perience (850)689-
1411 or (870)759-
0704.
TOP OF THE LINE
LLC
Lawn maintenance,
clean-ups, bush
trimming, all types of
lawn work, low cost,
dependable, li-
censed and insured.
685-9697
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Prunlng,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available

355-
Sewing &
Alterations
SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
S360
Miscellaneous
CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any wall. Call Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304


oumdhResul 35 GLAMOUR PIC-
IC Lawn Care TURES, family pic-
r Ltures, beauty pag-
Agency One, Inc. BRIAN'S LAWN meant portfolio only
AgencyService and Land- $19.95. Includes
682-8309 or 678-8919 escaping. We do 1- 8x10 portrait, 1
or tee(8(00)239-8309 running and most complimentary
301 S. Ferdon Blvd. lawn service call makeover, hair
Crestview, FL32536 682-9122/305-8454 styled by profes-
EACHOFFICE sional cosmotolo-
NDEPEND Y LDAVE'S HAULING gist, 4 fashion
OwNEDAND LLC. Pressure w a rd r o b e
OPEmATD washing, tree trim- changes. By ap-
www.gerrihouse.com ming, under brush ointment only
mowing, debris re- 682-3468
moval, lawn mainte-
340 nance & more
Home Repair 758-5222 NEED DIRTI
Sand etc. and bull-
HANDY D'S 25 Ji ,BE Eid4c toz6r work Call
years experience---reasonable -rates. Spuds haulimg-850-
no job olo small. call toaay. Free EsIt- 902-5098 "',
Home repairs and mates. Licensed
improvements, If you and Insured. Call TRACTOR WORK
want it done call 537-7412. all type 682-7492
537-9066 cell 546-1218
KWC DRYWALL & LAWNTEK, TRACTOR WORK
Painting. Ceiling, re- LLC For Hire: Light grad-
spray, fire and water Lawn Mante- Ing, bushlogging,
restoration, trim and nance Profes- etc Call Tracy
tile 682-1774 sonals (850) 689-4792 or
Competitive (850) 546-0549.
RANDY LITTLE rates, Quality
PROGRESSIVE work, Free estl- TRIPLE- E
PAINTING. mates. Call Enterprises
.Interior, Exterior, 865-3266 or Land clearing,
Free Estimates. 682-7316 demo. loader &i
Specialize In Licensed backhoe work. Li-
repalnting. Will Insured cense and Insured
beat all bids. Owner 850-865-0826
Pressure Brad Overly
washIlng service
Licensed & Insured. "LORIE'S"
1682-7375 LAWN MAINTE-
2 40-8443 NANCE Lic. & In-
sured. Residential or
s Lf-ASCO commercial. Free
HANDYMAN estimates
INC. special winter rates
Licensed and In- 826-2298
sured Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences. Call Terry V
902-3928
TE PRO 452
Floors, walls, re- r a 1 ] Apartments
pairs, new installa-
tion, handi-cap bath 2 BEDRM $550
specialist, custom 2 BEDROOM $550
shower stalls, free deposit $550 rent
estimates, Quality 6 No pets, 650-7614
workmanship 5.60 or 585-1574
543-8308


No i heTmet By


The Name

You Can Trust

With People

Who Care.


Losmo spelli

850-699-1856
www.nwfl4sale.com
cosmo@nwfl4sale

Office: 850-682-4953
Fax: 850-689-1993


Baylis & Davis
Each office Is Independently owned and operated.


-340
Home Repair

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

342
Landclearing
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 537-
2142
LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheaply 682-2075.


.OPEN HOUSE -
SUNDAY, OCT.
28 1-3 P.M.
Come see this iEUiGIFUL
home! Home was ust
newly painted and
installed with new heating/air, new ceramic tile in foyer, bath-
rooms and kitchen. Home comes with a one year home warran-
ty. $203,500 ECAR#439889

REDUCTION
A Horse Lovers
Dream.
This rustic country
home is located on 2.25 acres in Crestview. Home is
loaded with amenities such as heated & cooled sunroom,
huge gourmet kitchen, wood burning fireplace and over-
sized garage. $279,900 ECAR#437939
Immaculate 3/2 brick home
located on 15+ acres that
have absolutely stunning
grounds. Property is
designed for. horse lovers.
S Olympc size heatePoo is just one of the many amenities.
$395,000 ECAR#443615
Pea ue Agent
Grace Rwud Papadopouloo
Cel:(850) 902-1861
markos96@earthlink.net
Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
Pe can 5210 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
www.pelicanproperty.com


DINO SINOPOLI
(850) 974-7778
Email: dino@calldino.com
CALL TODAY'
*Commercial or Investment Property
*Residential Property 'Acreage *Condo's
*New Construction *Relocation Assistaice
FREE MARKET EVALUATION li

Office: 850.974.7778 Toll Free: 1.888.225.3072
RE/MAX Southern Realty www.calldino.com M' i
4100 S. Ferdon Blvd., Unit C-4 Crestview, FL 32536 I
& m- ---m-- ---- ----------*-1


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

454
Commercial
OFFICE/RETAIL
SPACE: 1800 sq ft
fronting Main Street
with Hwy 85 visibili-
ty, available
12/01/06. Also, Ex-
ecutive Office space
available now in
McLains Office Pla-
za. 682-0791
456
Homes For Rent
2,3 AND 4 BED-
ROOM Homes for
rent, No Pets 682-
1972.
315 JOHN King Rd -
3BD/2BA $850 rent.
124 Walker Circle
4BD/2BA $975 rent.
194 Villacrest Drive
3BD/2BA $950 rent.
134 Swaying Pine
Court 3BD/2BA
$995 rent.
3BD/1BA 2CG in
Crestview, $800.
month, $800. depos-
it, no pets, no smok-
ers, 1 year lease,
951-0226
3BD/2.5BA TOWN-
HOUSE newly built
192 Swaying Pine
Court, 1500 sqft,
$900/mo plus de-
posit call David
(850)206-3611
3BD/2BA 188 1st
A v e n u e .
$750mo/$450dd Call
758-1477
FOR. RENT house in
Crestview on 1 acre
lot 3bd/2ba $900mo
+ dep. Call 682-
4280
IRENE KINGSLEY
CENTURY 21
Moulton Realty
(850) 682-3849
Rentals:
5209 Kervin, single
wide mobile home,
$600.rt $600.dp
7010 Bill Lundy Rd
4bd/3ba $875.rt
$875.dp
2918' Crescent Ave
3bd/2ba $875.rt
$875.dp
304 Crooked Pine
3/2.5 new $1,000.rt'
$1,000.dp
4BD/2BA 161 North
A v e n u e
$750mo/$450DD.
Call 758-1477


e




'2




ir


2








D

w







1-







li



;e


t


456
Homes For Rent
TWO 3BD/2BA 2cg,
brick in Crestview
$850. month $850.
DD and $950. month
$950. DD 682-5333/
682-4341
TWO 3BD/2BA 1cg,
all appliances, 1255
sq/ft $1025. plus se-
curity deposit, De-
cember free with
year lease 259-1861.

460
Mobile Homes
2BD/1BA VERY
nice trailer $550/mo
$550/dd 682-8867
leave message
3BR/2BA IN Mossy
Head. Available im-
mediately
$850mo/$850sd.
Call 850-305-7796
daytime 850-682-
3951 after 7:30pm.
FOR RENT
3BR/2BA Mobile
Home on 1 acre lot.
$600 rent, $600 DD.
682-1045 daytime
682-2880 after 5pm.

464
Roommates
Wanted
MATURE ADULT,
fntr'Rq, nd^ pets,
$350/mo plus 1/2
utilities, avail. Dec.
1st
850-398-2404
MATURE ADULT,
no kids, no pets,
$350/mo. plus 1/2
utilities, avail. Dec.
1st
850-398-2404


456 456
Homes For Rent Homes For Rent
COLDWELL AMERICAN
BANKER REALTY
JME Realty of Northwest Florida,
117 Courthouse lnc.682-4822
Terrace or
Crestview, FL 32536 651-5717
(850) 689-1515 Equal Housing
or (850) 682-5922 Opportunity
Equal Housing 5375 Stallion Rd.
Opportunity. 2/1 $625.
114 Hampton Dr 6191 Bethany Dr 3/2
2bed/1.5bath 900 $675.
sq.ft. $600, fenced 1219 Pinewood 3/1
yard '. $750.
116 Hampton Dr 3957 Bear Creek Rd
2bed/1.5bath 900 2/1.5.$795.
sq.ft. $600, fenced 122 Jeff Dr. 3/2
yard $800.
2499 Kingston Rd 117 Oak Terrace 3/2
2bed/1bath 804 $850.
sq.ft. $650, pet 718 E. Lee Ave 3/2
w/owner approval $850.
687 Valley Rd. 178 Swaying Pine
2bed/1bath 960 Ct. 3/2.5 $895
sq.ft. $675, pet 374 Brackin St 3/2
w/owner'approval. $900.
689 Valley Rd. 2940 Stillwell Blvd.
3bed/1bath 1,384 3/2 $950
sqft. $800, pet 3008 Pine Lake Dr.
w/owner approval. 3/2 $1050.
5365 Monterrey Rd. 5414 Josh Dr. 3/2
3bed/1.5 bath 1,721 $1175.
sq.ft. $815. Led 710 Riva Ridge Dr.
base paint disclo- 4/3 $1,300
sure. 2715 Paddock Cli
439 Panagra Ln 4/2 $1350.
3bed/2bath 1,107 5813 Phillip Rd. 3/2
sq.ft. $850, corner $1350
lot 423 Raptor 4/2
118 CaoBbell Ave. $1400
3bed/2ba"hfjV Visit us @:www.era
sq.ft. $850, -fenced. american.com
yard
3267 Falrview Ave. 3BD/2BA 5 miles
3bed/2bath-1,252 North of Crestview
sq.ft.- $895- Pet $750mo/$500DC
w/owner approval available In 2 weeks
109 Steeplechase Call (850) 678-1659
Dr 3bed/2bath 1,537 3BR/2BA 2CG new
sq.ft. $995. pet Brick home in Laure
w/owner approval Hill, $975.mo $976
105 Swaying Pine DD Days 682-5533
Ct. 3bed/2bath- night & weekends
1,415 sq.ft. -$950 1 682-4341
car garage
5814 Reinke Dr. HOUSE FOR Lease
3 bed/2 bath North of Baker 3 Br
1,180sq.ft. $1,150 1.5 baths CA/H
pool svc provided Appls. large fence
2640 Paddock CIr. yard. No Pets, Nc
4'b e d/3 b at h Smoking. House wll
3,042sq.ft. $1,375 accommodate a
community pool couple and 1-2 chil.
812 Travis Ct dren. $800. montr
4bed/3bath 2,558 $800. security de.
sq.ft. $1,500 pet posit. Rent includes
w/owner approval curb side garbage
137 Mill Pond CV pickup and once a
5bed/3bath 2,102 Month yard mowing
sq.ft. $1,500- In Call 537-2561 Credl
ground pool. report and Ref. re-
502 Jillian Dr. quired.
4bed/3bath 2,687 NEWLY RENOVAT
sq.ft. $1,500, pet ED fpr leas.
w/owner approval. 3BR/1BA/1CG
For further informa- fenced corner B o
tion visit www.emer- fenced corner
aldcoasthomeson- small, pet ok, wit
line.com d e p o s i
750dep/750mo. 682
BARN-HOUSE 4054
BAKER Area for
quiet tenant with, NEW HOME 240(
horses) 900SF sq.ft. 4bd/2ba/2c!
Studio apt. and 3 $1200/mo, $1200/se
stalls on 12 acres dishwasher and re
of fenced pasture. frigerator include<
$800/mo + dd 683-5355(w),689
(850) 537-8500 0453(h),368-2392(c
cell 582-1138 Sy Dang





ANEcI
RUbboni Curtttii

S Thursday, October 26th
11:00 to 2:00 :


A AUCTIggON


WATERFRONT HOMES & SITE
[3 Destin homes & 1 home site in high-demand locations]

DESTIN, FLORIDA

-'-IMQWHM


NOVEMBER 11
[Saturday, 3:00 PM (CT)]

8 800.558.5464 4




Real Estate: J. P. King Auction Company, Inc.; Auctioneer: J. P. King Auction Company, Inc.,
ABOOOl99; James S. King, AU0000358; 10% buyer's premium


Custom Built /Home
In Baker
I




Baker. Hidden Springs, 1801 Waterway Dr.
4br/ 3ba/ 3cg 3354sf. I acre corner lot. Details & pictures
see Listing #12347 @ www.salebyownerrealty.com or
AD # MB010548 @ www.militarybyowner.com
bcpete@earthlink.net 850-689-1088


CREAM PUFF! Ready for move-in. This bright and
cheery 3BR, 2BA home sits in quiet, shaded neighborhood
near Crestview High. Roomy lot.
6020 Dogwood Drive. MLS # 445132
Contact: Darlene Dean 974-9074 or
Dave Russell 682-3073 Teel & Waters Real Estate 682-6156


3BD/2BA, I/2 acre, Privacy fence, Screened
patio, Brick,. Metal roof. In town. Detached
garage, plus many extras.
$169,000( 689-2029


556
Homes For Sale

*A
NO MONEY
DOWN

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

AFFORDABLE
HOME
South of 1-10.
3 bed/2 bath, 1555
SF, reduced to sell
@ $185K
(MLS #428186).
Seller has orders
to Korea, must sell.
Almost new 3 bed/2
bath, 1419 SF, in
the heart of
Crestviewl
(MLS #445719).
Almost 10 acres of
mostly wooded
peace & quiet!
Well, electric, & sep-
tic already on site.
Enjoy the spring fed
stream.
(MLS #444247).
Call Diana Baker
Teel & Waters Real
Estate@ 685-5135
or 682-6156


Totally Renovated!







422 West 1st 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


556
Homes For Sale

CREEK FRONT
FOR SALE 7 plus
acres with over 300ft
on Pond Creek.
County road and
public water availa-
ble. Nicely wooded.
Price reduced to
$12,000 per acre.
Contact the Dave
Russell Realty Team
at Teel & Waters.
850-682-6156.
BAKER 4BD/2BA
custom built Jacob-
sen manu. home.
2 1/2 acres
$170,000 850-758-
0514
REMODELED 3/1
1,000sqft. perfect
home or investment,
quiet neighborhood,
$99,900 (850)642-
5151.
560
Land For Sale

1 ACRE lot located
at Country Breeze
Estates in Crest-
view, Florida. Ask-
ing $40K call Lisa
(850)773-2002
10 ACRES Wilker-
son Bluff Rd. Flat
beautiful home sitel
5 4 6 0 2 7 7.
$220,000.00


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS
2601 LAKE SILVER RD
1830 sq ft 4/2 on
1.22 acres totally
renovated. Quiet
country living just
minutes from town.

3208 TWILIGHT 3/2
1555 sq ft All brick
home in much
desired Spring
Hollow Estates.

3178 OLD PLACE
Road on lacre in
Laurel Hill. 2300 sq
ft 3/2 with hard
wood floors on a
paved road.
$189,900

4637 BOBOLINK WAY
New construction
3/2 1240 sq ft w/2 .
car garage.
$179,900

3000 CABELA LANE.
Very well main-
tai ,/2 % y car.bi,
garage. ;ireened.,,,,
porch '& privacy-
fenced back yard.
$178,000

112 Trenton Ave
3/2 w/2 car garage.
Fenced backyard on
the south side of
Crestview.
$172,000
268 LIMESTONE IN
REDSTONE ESTATES
3/2, 1232 sq ft on
the southside of
town $169,900

229 PANAMA DR
3/2, 1237 sq ft spit
floor plan, custom
blinds $159,500



Baylis d
Davis Reahty
Your Crestview
Connection








560
Land For Sale

2.46 ACRES Coun-
try Living Road,
Baker, level utilities
available, 10 miles
from Crestview,
$99,500 850-758-
6707
FOR SALE 3 ,1 acre
lots, each with Mo-
bile Home on May-
hair Road. Call 682-
1045 daytime or
682-2880 after 5pm.


For Sale By Owner


155 Oak Terrace. South of 1-10 off John
King Rd. 3br/2ba, many new
upgrades. Open House every Fri/Sat
6a-6p. 683-4142


I AT THNE GROCERS.:

SPAM, NO POP UPS, NO SHIPPING FEES.


554
Commercial
Property Foir Sale
ANDALUSIA AL.
good location 27 unit
mini storage, rented
20 10x10, 7 5x10,
$85,000. (386)846-
1957
PROPERTY FOR
Sale: Holt, Hwy 90,
next to old school,
130ft Hwy frontage,
180ft deep,
$150,000. 537-4465
556
Homes For Sale

1 ACRE fenced lot
with small 1br home,
hook-up for R.V.
completely fenced
850-902-2426
4BD/2BA
HOME
FOR SALE
OR RENT
on secluded acre In
North Crestview.
Available December
1, $180k or $750/mo,
$500/sd. (850)376-
7676 leave message


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


PAGE 12B













WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006.


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


ats..a.4tm~citumtiutmat~wtC" rU~* It. Rn.1itttC is .aatUtntx

-. .lali HaatnotaS~ L~~itU~rakr
4aomn 5.y--tinit.1445-tW ,nl
n.t..,..Stn t'b d csa~at4iiaI. tNtil ,w .in itxsruani a,'a
10UU0 tiiltiSJltO NV,.,

L~IDBCLHWYICHU-44.I LUIa -.(lpI) 4.M ,ib t Ittt
1a~~l Y- sitaint i itt.. at6. a-,,ait
IIL- ossi i.ttr4 ?-.'.daa.a t.,Lmc4ataat i. a.iu- 01
I.4, 4ttttt4Pi5(444.4,5514, O~B~
I--~ t~~m-itC.Lafffhi.r. nianittaW44tKt~Lat
s.. aitti-ita ta. it,' 454. it.,0a-ait~as..$taitn~i
TL-4...'S Ob,.aS-.VttL~inmf
445450Itit itM fP404? a u as.= n t
mtfrl Cit kl- p 0. situn trt'tt..4Tt ''r .h "' tttvKn.Cmrattril=
aaamlIti tlk~MtilL ttSC~itiLSA salflttt-tan)l tin M5..itait4 44
fit!CI lr-~ Supa ts tiilt*V VE ktEi-
Ltdlra~apmsh
a~fl.tOa~attttl4-t~t wIna~uaarnIthanpI~kama
u0.4.. i ah ~ it .4aalttaasii, ur. tri il i tu ti~i t
atr~ara 0*atyAtitalht.tufata hrro-u a.n~55 'a it-irutisfa iat. tw
mlt44mt~r 3lo h4It.W.,454.Aitaith
Bn~jsflfhias awc.,vnU ttCtITat~~itRisttl7,. m lttttli~iL~t.4t..i
*U~~~nn~~neb4.15 -l~u~nr~n~ln~- .at, 4.4. i saw i.4.A
AUCS ~ ~ n~P~Y CLittOAtt.aatti0 4n~m aplt4~ttitTSJ4O- t mtlitti
r- atttl 44 it Ea V. aaiUittatss
itaMitat. IWh o I~ U V st.tCn mtt-aat 44..tkb5,.4at
aituVIL .Wt..aa L tatIt4404a .4- tattt aYLittamCtIit 4444.44..t4.I
&,at~tt~att~aa not Pcta tdk IapLhn V mmINLti .31 44 4 it
vIta~w ....bt. l t. ,iitttaatitO~fla l ttiitcit P1155545Wo-
aattpkCttff it iltmmtt..tai
Uit-t t~th54.L1.i.iPta.t~i~~
4.it.ttiaait-&pt tta 54
a-Sg asInf Eatnt~F tt~at.C.4.jiit~P.t~
Mlanihaaamblh-ta ,sasnlitt-sts~Y~O n..a
it. k~r~-~a Oatiat asi itmt ,it..amr .0.
it. a i.1N taut. Pitt* tat~sn Sta ato~a~a~l~*cosnaitn-atrr r..ito- statt.tat5P t

aIti itra tat1 5att1M C~a~at1 1 54. UOYit, Caital I
.aaig.53 ila iini VA ~tits~st r.atitmmaisita,.lsrn us Sin! Bar~* ldt~~bp
ItIt0Paitttitt aln1) -I mmI .pspt '-...aINat itit ,4.at
Calasaita4 Pitltaittatt.
athW *lr*MM it ttlattaattitsit. tt 'itnstast tflit~tt
aD~aUCULULIIIs-ata -~~*L~lMl _(O~IIIU~CI
H*W ,ttat.44 Vt'sIIWIU*B Ptt~itttinl t alnt. aLt~i4 siitta


tats... rmmh ~ tita WtssT ititt ass. snta
~- as 'tat. --r m *w ptitlftditdm .44.4-it litt C~attit
sqat.Mtita4i..ttltattitti 5)44!.~d iLYrrh~
t~ac (U~tatS~..a a4,tacctt..nsu ittaita
a MttiaP.atVl~tatitatatMsn~dait
itfl*a..aa..aatlal apat..a 544 D nEM~stfatIttL ~bsF SE.,Paatsa~~~tat
.1a444a.tatatd a-t M(M'u*i~tstmtaturd mIl~elbiWn~(
.44.n*(~sUlha C P4.314.44X bay atatn
ititittatittttt4-44it-i asaiusa ititattt a ita a
p~m agl~att 1 ttitia IltatOl ins tn-Atu*#tstntiti. 40iaai46N
~n~i~ UI *Ilr taoitaiatDnlaintts atittirittaH~~hl SILB ldD
ata... o 4Cr 5itWCtita i-nt 4t4 OLn. 4
.mlittafltati'Ul iI~
athb-h1Y I ratIY~illmaTitdo ir attaatS~ 055544450-1
-n~~xam~mur, ~ t&5 4St44ttl~p~~r. itt-SC tnt I
r-..at~..at.'tmn alat r4 t Fin is. 44
?it Pi? t aitst liitt55 (aiitiiti .1101 (Weekvm hm~r~ ~,


560
Land For Sale

1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
CRESTVIEW
BAKER AREA,
38+/- acres,
$19K per acre,
10 acres/$15K per
acre, Hardwoods,
Daniel E. Crocker,
Florida Lic.
R. E. Broker
229-403-6297, Will
co-op with Brokers.
FOR SALE: 50x150
lot on Lake Drive
cleared. $29,900.
call 398-7349

562
SMobile Homes For
Sale

DEALER REBATE
3 Bed 2 Bath Double
wide'-' for -"$430
monk Comes with
FRE- Jer tul! Call
for details 850-683-
0758
FALL SALE 2 Bed
2 Bath Double wide
for $335 month. Call
850-682-4284
HUGE HOLIDAY
Home 5 Bed 3 Bath
only $550 month. No
payments until 2007.
850-682-3344
LOT CLOSE OUT 4
Bed 2 Bath finished
dry wall, jet tub, fire
place, dream kitch-
en, attic only $584
month. Will not last
long only one left.
No payments until
20071 Call Clayton
Homes at 850-682-
3344
RED TAG CLEAR-
ANCE 3 Bed 2 Bath
only $512 month.
Ask about the stain-
less steel package.
Call 850-683-0856
for details.
REDUCED FOR
CLEARANCE 3 Bed
2 Bath only $380
month. First come,
First serve only 3
homes left. Call.
Clayton Homes
850-683-0856

SAVE THOU-
SANDS lot model
sale EVERY HOME
on lot reduced! 10
different models, 1
each from 2bd/2ba
up to 4bd/3ba all
UPPER GRADE
HOMES, all come
with a 2-10 year
warranty. Choose
from 3 2006 mod-
els, 7 2007 models,
most w/2x6 outside
walls, overhead
vents, thermal pane
windows, & plywood
floors. QUALITY at
AFFORDABLE
PRICE come see us
Southern Homes
Inc. Laird Rd Hwy
90 Mossy Head,
892-2232

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
Mobile Homes For
Sale

REDUCED PRICES
5/acres 3bd/2ba
home in Dorcas
$129,900
4bd/1ba in Crest-
view, handyman
special $69,900
2-story 4bd/2ba on
1.22 acre in Holt
$250,000
Commercial approx.
1200sq.ft. in Crest-
view for $120,000
Call Century 21
Moulton's Realty or
Linda Stegway 240-
3406 or 682-3849.

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


702
Boarding

BARN-HOUSE
BAKER Area for
quiet tenant with
horses) 900SF
Studio apt. and 3
stalls on 12 acres
of fenced pasture.
$800/mo + dd
(850) 537-8509
cell 582-1138

708
Pets

BLUE PITBULL
puppies 8 wks, 2
males, 2 females,
$300.00 each, ears
cropped, ready to go
305-0072 or 398-
5146
FREE CIRCUS
MONKEY to good
home. Knows sever-
al Tricks, can open.
fridge and twist top
bottles, has cage.
682-4846
ONE 6 yr old Arabi-
an Gelding Green-
broke $800.00 Two
King of Texas show
saddles. Prices vary.
One women West-
em Saddle $150.00.
One female mini
horse $450.00. Pri-
ces negotiable. 537-
4411 or 537-3206.
TWO JACK Russell
female puppies for
sale. Call 850-306-
5042

710
Pet Supplies

150
GALLON
aquarium $300.00
689-2956
75 GAL. Aquarium
canopy stand retail
$1500.; $1,000. obo,
2 small animal cag-
es $200. each obo
229-328-7018

712
Lost & Found
PETS


712
Lost & Found
PETS

REWARD! RE-
WARDI
Caim Terrier Ben-
gi, red collar, tan, off
Airport Rd in Crest-
view near Grand-
view, R.2A-444


802
Antiques

MOSTLY ANTI-
QUES, Furniture,
.Glassware. Crest-'
view, 328 Dixie St,
7-12
RON'S ANTIQUES
Specializing in Anti-
que furniture, clocks
and clock repair. An-
tiques. Buy and Sell
Estates. M-F 9-5
Sat.. 9-2, 213 N,
Main St. Crestview
850-689-1007 305-
2441

806
Appliances

KENMORE and
Amana electric dryer
1 each, heavy duty
extra large capacity
$60 each 398-2564
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-284411!
SIDE BY side fridge
ice and water. Ex-
cellent cond. 652-
4019 or 902-1264

812
Farm Equipment

300' FARM Fence
w/ double 12' gate
and posts. For view-
ing call 682-3972
$250.00


UTILITY TRAILER
16ft $400. 682-8586

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


M,"-m


814
Furniture

CONTEMPORARY
791N long sofas, blk,
tan, or mutli fabric.
All new $199.00
496-0085 689-8995
DAYBED $400.
great condition, trun-
dle included, call
682-9288 leave.
message
FOR SALE Two
twin craftmatic beds.
Does not include top
mattress. $200.00
each. 537-3185
FOR SALE: Cherry
entertainment cen-
ter. Excellent condi-
tion. $650.00 Call!
(850) 496-9450
FOR SALE: Solid
wood coffee table
and 1 end table w/
lots of storage in
both $100.00. Com-
puter desk $35.00
Call 683-1303
NEW KING size cor-
douy bean bag sofa
and makes 2 king
size beds. $550.00
Call 850-240-9678
QUEEN MAT-
TRESS sets still in
plastic, Sealy Pos-
turepedic. $225.00
Certa pillowtop
$250.00 496-0085
689-8995
HUGE MULTI-FAM-
ILY Yard Sale. Sat-
urday Oct 28th 7am-
3pm. 650 W James
Lee Blvd. No early
arrivals.


818
Lawn Equipment

MOWERS: MUR-
RAY 20in, 3.5 H/P
$50, Snapper 4.0
H/P, 21in, rearbag-
ger, $60, Murray
22in, highwheel,
$50. 682-7316
OLDER MODEL
Cub Cadet model
1000 Heavy duty rid-
ing mower in excel-
lent condition 48"
cutting width. New
battery, new disc
brakes, & new tires.
$800.- 682-6551

828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR

FOR SALE: brand
new Jensen touch-
screen CD/DVD
player. Never been
used. Retails for
$850. Asking $550.
OBO call 758-1071


MULTlI FAMILIES
Friday/ Saturday
Oct. 28/29 7:00-
2:00. 1003 Quigley
Drive. More great
items to sell: house-
hold items, antique
glassware, fumiture.
Rain or shine.


829
Garage Sales

SATURDAY 10/28
Tools, direct tv sys-
tem, fumiture, small
appliance, pottery,
baby items & much
more. 3062 Craig
Terrace 8am-till
ESTATE SALE 7AM
-1PM 10/26,27,28
everything goes an-
tiques, furniture,
tools, collectibles
and more. 1160 lona
Ln of Bush Rd
HUGE MULTI-FAM-
ILY Yard Sale. Sat-
urday Oct 28th 7am-
3pm. 650 W James
Lee Blvd. No early
arrivals.
INSIDE SALE Fri. &
Sat. 8am til. Grady
Ln (Airport Rd to
Oppossum Ridge
Rd) take right on
Melissa Ln, right on
3461 Grady Lane.
TWO FAMILY Yard
Sale Sat. 10/28,
8am. 5769 Buck
Ward Rd. Baker.
From Crestview take
90W over Yellow
River, them follow
signs. Fishing gear,
two 16in Pirelli all-
terrain tires,
printer/scanner, nice
children's clothes
NB-ST, crib chang-
ing table, stroller,
swing, pack-n-play,
many other baby
items, misc. house-
hold, coffee and
doughnuts while
they last.


829
Garage Sales

BACK YARD sale
Fri. Oct 27th 8-12
o'clock. Rain or
shine. 176 W First
Ave.
STOVE, 2 dryers,
computer table,
Kenwood stereo
system, double bed
w/ mattresses &
dresser, wheelchair,
tools, household
items. 6397 Hwy 4
W. 537-3064 10/28
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305.
YARD SALE Sat.
Oct. 28th 7am. Fox-
wood Estates 2207
Titanium Drive.

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

ORDER YOUR
Christmas Gifts
now Special Offer
on slot machines
$350.00. Must be
paid for by Decem-
ber, picked up by
December 20th
call 689-0625

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


830
Miscellaneous.
For Sale

PRONTO M6 Elec-
tric scooter/wheel-
chair by Invacare. In
like new condition
with owner's opera-
tor and maintenance
manual. 682-6551
FIBERGLASS
CAMPER top w/
clamps for S-10,
long bed pickup.
$75.00 682-0895
GLASS BLOCKS:
total of 36, 8x8x4,
$3.00 a piece, obo
never used, still in
box. (850)682-5307
(850)694-1825


WOLFF
TANNING
BEDS
Full body units from
$22 a monthly Buy
Direct and save.
Free color catalog.
call today 1-800-
7 1 1 0 1 5 8.
www.np.etstan.com


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

PECANS FOR Sale
$1.501b. You pick
$1.001b. 537-2815 or
902-0149




















832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
WANTED: USED
Tommy lift for 2001
F-150 Ford pickup.
682-8408

FRIENDLY
VILLAGE
CHINA,
Green Ghost game,
Children's detective
books (Happy Hollis-
ter's, Trixie Beldon,
etc.) 682-8185




904
Cars


1992 BUICK Road-
master 189,000
miles, well main-
tained. Kenwood CD
$1700. 582-6466
1997 PONTIAC
Grand Prix, high
mileage but, well
maintained, clean in-
side and out, only
$2700. 850-902-
2426


2005 KIA

SORRENTO
7300 miles
New $25K
Asking $17K

585-8070






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


WASHERS 8 D yS 8 TOYS... OH MY.

BUEiLETIN BOARD CLASSIFIED, ..AKt::WRITEl O ORFF POCKET TAX FREE CASH.


PAGE 13B


Ill


I~a~?P~lllk~Q~~












- ..Ina 1973 PINZGUAR 4.cY


5-speed, High/Low range, 4-wheel
drive, Locking hubs on the go. Call
862-7755, ask for Gary.


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


107 RGAwhC03 TOIEG II I B iA1 4 NI, GA


*13,928 #


1 8,984
INCLUDES REBATE & DISCOUNT


2001 CHEVY
SILVERADO LS
Ext. Cab, 129,000 miles,
V-6. Good condition,
21mpg(hwy).
EFCU loans $11,400'
Asking $8,5000
758-0953 or
682-9448


>-rLAK rPUWn rI II


#10897 STARTING AT


AC, Locking Diff. 6 Liter V-8, Auto Trans., TallerTow Pkg.

I III I i" II '' I
#11108 A __kM AkAlk- -


CL'ESREBATE DISCOUNTT


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


1157 IAi I
#11157 Az a a *,i. .


5-WAR POWERTrAIN


UD#10896 RE E &


d w= -INCLUDES RBATE & DSN


W, EA2, &60,6So
LUES RATE DISCOUNT


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


SAN AMERICAN EVOLUTION


wa rr CRESTVIEW 682-2731

FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214

kCHEVROLET PENSACOLA 994-0101

V InBIUE WmImI 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.


2006 Chevy Silverado.
4-door, Factory 20" wheels. Blue metallic
granite w/Charcoal cloth interior. 8,200mi.
$25,000 (obo) 305-6688


DANIEL'S AUTOMOTIE SERVICE
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
MAJOR & MINOR REPAIR
SPECIALIZING IN ENGINE OVERHAUL FORGN & Dome c
WRECKER SERVICE AVAILABLE
DOING BUSINESS SINCE ????
Licensed & Insured

mm850.537.3828 "
523 Hwy 90 WEST HOLT, FL


1994 F-350 One-ton Dually, 7.3 Liter
Power Stroke Diesel, Fully loaded.
Runs great, Cold A/C, Tow package,
Camper/shell included.
$8,000 5
546-1062 or 537-0352


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


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


COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
906
Boats
2-800LB. SKI-LIFTS
$600./pair 503-6339

17' CABIN
CRUISER



IT WOODEN CABIN CRUISER
CUITO (USHIONS & CANVAS,
RADIO/lD0PLATE, SWIM UDDER,
TELIEEX STEERilG SYSTE, GALVA-
IZED TRAILER WITH NEW SPRINGS,
TiRES, FENDEti, & Bu NEEDS
MINOR WOOD WO A0 I OTBIOARD.
ALL FOR $1450.00
582-2211

914
Recreational

| ^ ^


2000 MoNAo 40,'
Double Sliders
Refrig. w/Ice Maker
Shower
Hydraulic Leveling
Rear Camera
Monitor
$120,000
850-682-0201


2002 OLDSMOBILE SILHOUETTE
73K miles, DVD, dual power sliding doors,
loaded, OnStar. Excellent condition.
$10,500 398-1894


Truck
1976 CHEVY C-30 WORK TRUCK. Heavy duty
I-Ton, new transmission, bed liner, leather
seats. Runs great!
$1,800( (obo) 428-1161


82 GMC P/U & 89
Toyota P/U. Nei-
ther runs but good
for parts or project
truck. Both for $400
OBO. 850-420-
1142 or 850-598-
0520 if no answer
leave message.


1984 FORD
BRONco
4x4
Good condition
Runs good
$2,500
689-2029





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


2003 CHEVROLET
LS, 42,000 miles,
$14,450. 682-2179
call after 5pm
PRICE REDUCED
1999 FORD Ranger,
supercab 4-door
XLT, v-6 $7000 obo
682-7188 leave
message

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 Vanl
699-0897
$1,700 (.bo)


#11044


I


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2006


PAGE 14B


' ''''' "''''"~