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Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 2006
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Weather doesn't halt Veterans Day events


John Parrott
News Bulletin Military Reporter


The day started with great promise as
more than 150 spectators showed up for the
traditional Veterans Day wreath laying cere-
mony at the Okaloosa County Veterans
Memorial here in Crestview.
However, as parade time drew near, a
small but violent rainstorm rumbled
through the area, doing more mischief than
just wetting unprepared spectators. It
caused considerable confusion, which led
many to believe the parade had been
scrapped. Some elements of the parade
were canceled, but not all of them, and


many people left shaking their heads in dis-:
belief.
Crestview High's Big Red Machine
Marching Band, Baker High School Band,
and the JROTC guard were removed, but
the main body remained intact.
Word of the cancellation spread
unchecked through the crowd on either side
of North Main Street, and a woman was
desperately trying to console her four-year-
old daughter. "She won't stop crying," the
exasperated young mother said with a note
of desperation in her voice.
Others were equally disappointed, and
none more so than Alan and Tamara Moser
of Crestview, whose son Cory is a member


of the Big Red Machine. "We came to see'
our son, and now its been cancelled," Allen
said as they walked toward their car,
unaware that what they had just heard was
in fact an unsubstantiated rumor.
The parade has not been held for the past
three years and many thought this was
going to be the biggest and best to date.
From all indications it would have been.
However, things went much smoother earli-
er in the morning at the wreath laying cere-
mony.
Master of Ceremonies Bill Glade,
Commander of VFW Post 5450, opened the
See VETERANS, page 2A


Bowl-ing over hunger


Steve Andrews/The News Bulletin
Bob Sikes Elementary School art director Karen Hutchinson (right) works with a group of first-graders on the Empty Bowls Project, an effort
to raise money to fight hunger throughout the world. The students include, from left, Enzo Sullivan, Kricket Kronmiller and Breana Etheridge.

Bob Sikes students helping raise money through national project


Steve Andrews
Managing Editor

They are being made in all shapes, textures
and colors. But they are all for one purpose.
Thanks to Bob Sikes Elementary School art
director Karen Hutchinson, North Okaloosa
Medical Center and the national Empty Bowls
Project, local students are now helping fight the
hunger epidemic on a local level.
The project, which will culminate with a
soup dinner and silent auction at the school
Thursday night, is an effort to raise money for
the local Sharing & Caring facility.
"You can pick any organization to donate to,
as long as it goes to stop hunger," Hutchinson
said. "We chose Sharing & Caring, so that way
the money we raise will stay right here in our
community."
Bob Sikes is the only school in Okaloosa
County participating in the event, which began
nationally in 1990 when a high school art
teacher in Michigan helped his students raise
funds to support a food drive.
What evolved was a class project to make
ceramic bowls for a fund raising meal. Guests


The basic idea for Empty Bowls is simple.
Participants create ceramic bowls, then serve a
simple meal of soup and bread.
Guests choose a bowl to use that day and to
keep as a reminder that there are always
Empty Bowls in the world. In exchange for a
meal and the bowl, the guest gives a
suggested minimum donation of $10.

Where: Bob Sikes Elementary School.
When: Thursday, (silent auction from
5:30-7:17 p.m.; soup dinner at 6:30 p.m.)
To benefit: Sharing & Caring

were served a simple meal of soup and bread,
and were invited to keep the bowl as a
reminder of hunger in the world.
The project then transpired into Empty
Bowls, an ongoing effort to provide support for
food banks, soup kitchens, and other organiza-


tions that fight hunger. Since then Empty
Bowls events have been held throughout the
world, and millions of dollars have been raised
to combat hunger.
"To me, Thanksgiving is the perfect time for
this," said Hutchinson, who looks to keep the
project going annually, and hopes to get other
area schools involved. "This project has turned
out to be so awesome, with the involvement of
community members and the involvement of
parents. In fact, the setup and takedown are
totally being run by parents.
"That's the beautiful part about this, draw-
ing people together for one great cause. It has
been amazing."
The event begins Thursday at 5:30 p.m., with
bowl exhibits throughout the classrooms and
the opening of the silent auction, which will
allow guests to purchase bowls made by teach-
ers, area dignitaries and honorary guests.
The humble meal of soup and bread will
then be served in the cafeteria at 6:30 p.m., with
the auction ending at 7:15 p.m. At that time,
Wayne Harris, executive director of the
See BOWLS, page 7A


Deputies


arrest ATV


thieves

Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
The Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office has ended a string of four-
wheeler thefts that have occurred
over the last two months.
Many of the four wheelers were
being stolen and bartered for phar-
maceutical-grade drugs and other
illegal narcotics. Some were sold at
prices far below market value.
"It's happening all over," said
Mike Irwin, investigator with the
sheriff's office. "A good four wheeler
will bring you about a quarter cookie
of crack cocaine on the street."
Neighboring counties are dealing
with similar problems, Irwin said.
The sheriff's office made arrests
based on witness statements who
had ATVs, tools and other personal
equipment stolen.
Andrew Eric McDonald, a 22-
year-old Crestview resident, was
arrested in connection with at least
eight four wheeler thefts, Irwin said.
According to a sheriff's office
probable cause report, McDonald,
along with Johnny Aplin and Brian
Denmon, allegedly committed sever-
al of the crimes together over a two-
month period.
McDonald bargained with investi-
gators by giving them ues as to
where other stolen items were and
how they could be accessed and
returned to the owners.
Irwih said that buying a four
wheeler at a much lower price than
its market value is also a crime.
"As far as I'm concerned, the peo-
ple who are buying these four wheel-
ers are just as guilty as the ones who
are stealing them," Irwin said. "If
somebody wants to sell you a $6,000
four wheeler for $1,500, that should
tell you that something's not right."
Many of the stolen four wheelers
and other items have been returned
to the property owners.
Irwin explained that a lot of the
stolen items like four wheelers are
fenced, or stored, on secluded prop-
erty, making it nearly impossible to
recover the items without the help of
informants or witnesses.
If you are confronted by someone
who wishes to sell a four wheeler at a
price far below market value, contact
the sheriff's office at 689-5650. Callers
who wish to remain anonymous can
call 1-866-TIPS.


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VETERANS, from page 1A


ceremony. After the brief
invocation by' Father
Florencio Lagura of Our
Lady of Victory Catholic
Church, the guest speaker
was introduced.
"Today marks the 53rd
year America has gathered to
celebrate Veterans Day," said
the keynote speaker United
States Air Force Colonel
Stephen A. Chapman. He
also is commander of the
919th Special Operations
Wing.
Chapman quoted from the
1954 Presidential
Proclamation issued by
President Eisenhower that
the reason for Veterans Day is
to "pay appropriate homage
to the veterans of all wars
who have contributed so
much to the preservation of
this nation." Chapman went
on to remind spectators that
veterans are the reason we
live in freedom and are the.
torchbearers of democracy.
He also made particular men-
tion of the role the United
States Air Force plays in pro-
tecting America.
"Airmen are working to
find ways to enhance their'
ability to protect and serve
America. Off the ground anid
beyond the skies, the Air


Forc,; is also defending
America in sp4ce and cyber-
space.
"The Air Force's domi-
nance in space and cyber-
space delivers sovereign
options for the defense of the
Unites States of America and
its 'global interests.
Delivering sovereign options
means operating across the
joint spectrum to provide the
President with a myriad of
choices that are unlimited by
distance and time, and span
the entire range from human-
itarian assistance to nuclear
strike," stated Chapman.
"This day is for all airmen
that have defended our free-
dom or risked their lives to
help another, and for the
loved ones who keep the
home fires burning, awaiting
their return. This is for all
family members who have
borne the burden of worry,
we express our sincerest grat-
itude. We thank you for your
sacrifices and we honor you
today," stated Chapman.
One of the most touching
and emotional moments
came during the wreath cere-
.mony when retired Army
Sergeant First Class Dwight
Tipton, of Shalimar, spoke
about his son, Captain John


Tipton, who was killed in
Iraq in 2004. Sitting diectly
behind him was his wife,
Kyong, and daughter
Rebecca, both of whom
wiped their eyes several
times during his emotional
address.
Tipton left no doubt about
whom he referred when he
singled out a notorious anti-
war demonstrator, Sandy
Sheehan, during his remarks.
"It is said that everyone
handles their grief differently.
Some choose to be pests and
aggravate the president. I
chose to help veterans and
the families of the fallen by
becoming a service officer
and to support this memori-
al," said Tipton.
He also mentioned the sol-
dier's memorial wall in
Crestview and the names of
known dead who were not
inscribed.
"My family and I came
here twice to discover that
my son's name was not on
the wall after being told that
he would be. That was a feel-
ing I do not want others to
experience," said Tipton.
"However, thanks to some
very generous people, sever-
al names were recently
placed on the wall. IMy son's


name was included. I want
to remind you, just a small
donation from all of us will
insure other heroes' names
will be added to this place of
honor. They gave all and we
can give some. We must pre-
serve this special place for
them and their families. God
bless our troops."
Several World War II,
Korean War and Vietnam
War veterans were among the
spectators and guest speak-
ers. Included among guests
were VFW, Amvet and
American Legion officials.
One notable absence was
Crestview's elder statesman
Sam Hayes, a highly decorat-
ed World War II veteran who
is recuperating in Shoal
Creek Rehabilitation Center.
Others present included one
of the oldest local World War
II veterans, Laurel Hill resi-
dent Bill Meyn.
The short, poignant cere-
mony ended as the wind
kicked up due to an
approaching storm. It
seemed completely appropri-
ate to hear the haunting notes
of "Taps" played by
Crestview High School senior
Ryan Keller as the storm
gathered and unfurled the
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Area dentists filling the gap for colleague


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin

When Dr. Larue Curenton
retired from his dentistry
practice in January of 2005,
he knew he would soon be
back at work.
Having been a dentist in
Crestview since the 1960s,
work became natural. But
now his work as one of
Crestview's foremost den-
tists has been filled with new
purpose.
"Just recently, one of our
colleagues in DeFuniak
Springs found out he had
cancer," said Curenton, refer-
ring to Dr. Mark Kirby, who
is one of the neighboring
city's only practicing den-
tists.
"The town really needs his
practice," said Curenton,
who is a colon cancer sur-
vivor. "It's almost like we're
doing it for the city as well as


for him."
Kirby was recently diag-
nosed with a form of
esophageal cancer. Though
His colleagues say the cancer
is a serious one with a low
survival rate. But doctors
have given him a good prog-
nosis.
Currently, he is at the
M.D. Anderson Cancer
Center in Houston. He is
undergoing chemotherapy
treatments and should
undergo surgery for the can-
cer soon.
Curenton, along with Drs.
Terence Barnes and Al
Tillman are offering their
time to help Kirby and his
staff meet the needs of
DeFuniak Springs residents.
They've been traveling back
and forth for the past two
months so Kirby's dentist
office can remain open.
Tillman and Kirby were
classmates in dental school at


the University of Florida. The
two kindled a friendship and
have since helped each other
along the way. Kirby, who is
originally from New Smyrna
Beach, has worked in
DeFuniak Springs for about
20 years.
Tillman now feels com-
pelled to offer assistance to
Kirby in his time of need.
"Dr. Tillman really was
the driving force," Curenton
said. "They have such a close
friendship that he felt like he
needed to help him out."
The willingness to help a
fellow comrade is a testa-
ment to local dentists who
have been able to help each
other over the years.
"It's more of a blessing for
us to help one of our com-
rades in a situation like this,"
Tillman said. "Sometimes in
life you get an opportunity to
help. That's the time to step
up."


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Dr. Larue Curenton is currently working along with Drs. Terel
help Dr. Mark Kirby, a DeFuniak Springs dentist who is und
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lergoing cancer treatments.
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Antioch Elementary School gets new crossing guard, courtesy of the city


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Mayor George
Whitehurst addressing con-
cerns from parents who have
children attending Antioch
Elementary School, and have
to cross Antioch Road each
day to get to school placed a
crossing guard at the intersec-
tion of Antioch Road and
Garrett Pit Road Tuesday
afternoon.
Up until this school year
the Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Department provided a cross-
ing guard to assist children
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for the buses to turn out from
the entrance to the school.
That individual was either
an off duty deputy or a posse
member that volunteered
time twice a day to perform
the service.
When the 2006 school year
began the sheriff's depart-
ment had no one to perform
the duty.
Whithurst wished he had
he been informed of the situa-
tion sooner. "That's a danger-
ous area and we have got to
keep an eye on the traffic there
when school is letting out,"
said Whitehurst.


Sheriff's spokesperson
Michele Nicholson said that
their personnel were volun-
teers and that the sheriff's
department did not intention-
ally stop the service, but sim-
ply did not have anyone vol-
unteer this year.
"As soon as we were noti-
fied that the volunteer we had
at the location was no longer
going to be able to provide
that service, we contacted the
principal of the school," said
Nicholson.
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the kids across to the school."
Whitehurst raised the issue
of a crossing guard before the
city council at Monday night's
regular council meeting. He
told the council that he had
received a number of calls
concerning the dangerous sit-
uation.
Council president Ellis
Conner directed police chief
Brian Mitchell to look into the
situation and come back in
two weeks at the next meeting
with a recommendation.
"I don't think that I'm
going to wait two weeks,"
said a concerned Whitehurst
Tuesday morning. "If it's a,
money issue then we'll find
the money. The council finds
it for other things. The safety
of our children is a priority. I
have the authority to put an
officer there immediately,"
said Whitehurst. "That may
be just what I do."
He asked Mitchell Tuesday
morning to meet with Antioch
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released from school TuesdayI
afternoon at 3:15 p.m. Mitchell
had assigned an officer to the
student crosswalk at the
school.
"I'm just really glad to see a
man in uniform down there,"
said Monica Kendrick, who
has two children that braved
the traffic everyday since
school started. "People don't
even bother to slow down
when they come through the
school zone."
Crestview community
policing Officer Jason Oury
stood at the. crosswalk
Tuesday afternoon and
observed the traffic going by.
"Many of these vehicles com-
ing through here today
appear to be travelling well
over the posted school zone
20 mile per hour speed limit,"
said Oury. "I'm going to bring.
our flashing speed sign trailer
down here tomorrow-prob-
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too."
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from the entrance to the
school.
The school and the apart-
ments are in the city of
Crestview. Antioch Road, a
major east-west bypass
around Crestview, runs
directly between the school
and the apartments. Large
dump trucks regularly use the .
road to access Point Center
C&D landfill behind the
school.
School district staff mem-
bers are not allowed to direct
traffic off of school property
because of possible liability
issues.
Antioch Elementary j
teacher Blane Kellogg pushes I,
the envelope of that rule daily.
"Coach Kellogg is wonder-
ful. We appreciate him so
much," said Kendrick.
"Everyday he gathers our
children up at the very edge of
the school property. He talks
to the kids and tells them to
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Antioch. He does this whether
it's raining or shining. And, he
waits patiently waits for them
in the same spot every morn-
ing to be sure all the children
have made it safely across the
road."
With less than 12 hours oni"
the job, newly appoiitd"'
assistant superintendent' 6f'
schools Rodney Nobles'
echoed Whithurst's concernig.
"As a school system 't7e
safety of our students is the
number one priority," 'said.
Nobles. "We appreciate the
mayor's quick response."
Antioch is not the only
school in the district without a
crossing guard.
According to a school dis-
ttict report received at the'
News Bulletin Tuesday after-
noon, none of the following
schools currently have cross-
ing guards; Baker School, Bob
Sikes Elementary, Cherokee,
Florosa, Laurel Hill School,
Longwood Elementary, Oak
Hill, Ocean City, Silver Sands,
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OPINION & EDITORIAL


WEDNESDAY
NOVEMBER 15, 2006


LETTERS

TO THE EDITOR


Ted Mathis for mayor
Editor:
I have just learned that Ted Mathis is going to
run for reelection as mayor of Crestview and that
is really good news! I can't think of any person
who is as totally qualified as Ted. He made us a
fine mayor for eight years, accomplishing many
things for our good. The projects and other things
he brought into being are really too many to list
and he always did them without any fanfare.
Ted's integrity is above reproach. He is one of
the most caring and giving men I have ever
known, and I have known some good ones. He
holds a five year degree in engineering from the
University of South Carolina and taught at
Sumter Technical College for three years. Ted has
an abundance of knowledge and experience as a
teacher, administrator and mayor.
He is a U.S. Navy veteran, having served in the
Korean War. He began as an enlisted seaman and
rose to the commissioned rank of Lt. Commander.
Even as a private citizen has has been an
invaluable promoter of Crestview.
I most sincerely hope Ted will be our next
mayor elected without opposition. If any man
ever deserved that fortunate to have him as our
mayor again. Let's all go for Ted. Like the TV
commercials say, "He's earned it."

Thank you,
Hugo King, Crestview.


RMS Chorus director

appreciative
Dear Editor:
On behalf of Richburg Middle School Chorus I
would like to thank the community for their
generous support of our program. The concert
held on Veterans Day, Saturday, November 11,
2006 raised more than $1600.00 through
advertising and attendance of the event. Your
community spirit will help us buy needed items
for our classroom including new sheet music for
each student. We are also hopeful we will be able
to purchase a new computer with software that
will help us read and interpret music better. With
this wonderful support I would love to make a
class field trip possible to the Pensacola Opera.
We would like to express our appreciation for
Mr. Jim Hubbard for his outstandFnrg performance
during our concert. His tireless effort to support
music in the schools is truly a very altruistic gift.
Please accept our sincere gratitude for your
wonderful generosity and support of the youth in
our community.
We greatly appreciate and want to thank the
organizers of this event, Kim Davis, Chairperson
and Karen Phillips of So. Tier Ink. Both gave
many hours to make this event happen. And
finally our thanks go out to the wonderful
volunteers that gave of their time and to the
parents who continue to support their children
and encourage their participation in the choral
music program. We hope that the community will
continue to support the Richbourg Middle School
Chorus program in the future.

Steve Box, Chorus Director
Richbourg Middle School


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Introduce yourself to the new chief of police


There is an antiquated
saying that goes
something like this:
"There's a new gun in
town." Nothing could be
more truthful!
I have had the pleasure
of meeting the new Chief
of Police, Brian Mitchell,
and I am certain that he is
somewhat overwhelmed
by all the new names and
faces. He has been
ushered hither and yon
since his arrival, "pressing
the flesh" and getting to
know the movers and
shakers.
Obviously, I did not
read his resume, so I really
am not in a position to
discuss his credentials, but
in our brief conversation I
have found him to be
likeable, communicative,
and professional, both in
appearance and demeanor.
I, for one, am looking
for big things to happen,


My
Opinion

Bob
Allen

within the police
'department, and if a first
glimpse is any indicator,
they should be for the
better.
But, unfortunately, often
there are too many "cooks
in the kitchen," and a
multitude of totally
unqualified politicians
who either think that they
have all the answers, or
who attest to "that's the
way we've always done
it," who williy to y exrt.
their influence on'- '-
professionally.trained and
qualified employees.
Crestview continues to
grow, as we all know. The
city has experienced better


than a 5% increase in
population in the first 10
months of this year; over
600 additional cars
belonging to Crestview
residents have been
registered in the same time
frame; some 500+
children, the equivalent of
a school's total enrollment,
have moved into town are
now calling Crestview
home. In other words, we
are not going to be able to
operate as we have in the
past, and our police
department is going to
have to be ready, with
manpower, equipment,
and training, to meet the
challenges brought on by
such an influx of people.
Thanks to Mayor .
Whitehurst and the
selection committee that he
formed, it is my opinion
that the groundwork has
been set to take the police
department to the next :


level.
I encourage each civic
organization, church, or
whatever to inviteChief
Mitchell to a gathering, to
meet him, to get to be
known, and to hear his
thoughts. Remember the
"new gun in town" knows
virtually no one, so it is
imperative that we get
known to him, and he to
know us! Someone once
said that it is better to meet
the "cops" informally than
it is to break ground when
they are acting
professionally!
The chief and his
family are the new folks on
the block Let's welcome
them to our community!


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


The U.S. is largely a Christian nation


It was the summer of
1787. The heat in
Philadelphia was
oppressiveand the
delegates to the
Constitutional Convention
fanned themselves and.
longed for adjournment
Debate had dragged on for
days over how the States
would be represented in
Congress. The Convention:
faced an impasse. At this
point aged Dr. Benjamin
Franklin rose and
addressed himself to
General Washington in the
Chair.
"In this situation of this
Assembly, groping
as it were inthe
dark to find
' political truth, and
scarce able to
distinguish it
when presented to
us, how has it
ist happened, Sir, that
we have not
ads hitherto once
thought of
n humbly applying
ctor to the Father of
tant Lights to
illuminate our
n understand-ings?"
He reminded
twie te them at at the
alosa
Blv, beginning of the
:Paid war with England,
ri.O. the Continental
l Congress had, in
that very room,
prayed for divine
protection, and
their prayers were
answered. He
N continued: "I
have lived, Sir a
long time and the
S longer I live, the
more convincing
proofs I see of this
.00 truth that God
.00 governs inthe
.20 affairs of men. If a
sparrow cannot


Miller
Report

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Miller


fall to the ground unseen
by him, is it possible that
an empire could arise
without his aid?" It was
his firm belief that without
divine aid the Convention
would succeed in their
political building no better
than the builders of Babel,
but would find them-
selves so divided and split
by local interests that they
would become a reproach
to future ages.
In D.C., it is easy to get
caught up in worldly
things if you don't go into
it knowing who you are
and what your morals are.
Every day, I pray that I do
God's will, that he will
guide me and give me the
strength to avoid
temptation, and that he
will use me as a vessel to
further his agenda and
plan for our country.
One of the issues that
has taken center stage in
recent years is religion and
its place is government.
Some Americans think that
politics and faith are
antonyms; that prayer and
public service can't coexist


John Parrott
Military Reporter


Some even think that
they shouldn't And
some know that our
leaders need faith as a


guide. Our
government needs
the church because
only those humble
enough to admit they
are sinners can bring
democracy the tolerance it
requires in order to
survive.
A widespread myth
exists in our day that the
foundation of our
freedoms lies in the great
documents that launched
our national history: the
Declaration of
Independence and the
Constitution. But
important as these may be
as instruments of freedom,
they are not the foundation
of it Freedom rests on the
moral righteousness of
each member of this
nation. When individual
righteousness fails on a
large scale, laws lose their
force, judges fail in their
powers, enforcement
becomes impracticable,
and the Constitution itself
is soon changed to reflect
the currently acceptable
level of morality. Freedom
is possible only if men
believe in God and seek to
do his will. William Penn
was right when he said
that if men will not be
governed by God, they
must be governed by


Rae Moffitt
Receptionist


tyrants.
Too often, people base
their decisions on personal
benefit rather than on what
is right for the greater
good. By emphasizing
traditional values in what
we do, we help others as
much as we help
ourselves. American
government has
recognized the part played
by our Creator, from the
Declaration of
Independence in 1776 to
the Supreme Court in 2002,
where the Marshall
implores that "God Save
the United States and this
Honorable Court" to open
each session. President
Bush summed it up best
when he said, America is
a nation that values our
relationship with an
Almighty."
We must not forget that
although the first
amendment ensures a
separation of church and
state, our founders'
intentions were not to keep
God out of the govern-
ment, but to keep the
government out of the
church. The United States
was and still is, not only a
religious nation, but
largely a Christian nation.
We establish no religion in
this country and never
will, but we poison our
society when we substitute
political correctness for
morality.


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Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin

James Bond enthusiast
Brian Hughes gave a special
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tion Monday night at the
Bob Sikes Library. .6 .
Hughes passion for the
Bond character grew while
in the eighth grade when he
took the three dollars his
mother gave him for a
German Dictionary and
instead bought his first
James Bond novel.
"I never looked back
after that," said Huges.
His program Monday
night included a lecture and
multimedia presentation
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the most successful ongoing
film series in history, James
Bond.
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Cinema will begin showing
the newest release in the
Bond film series, Casino
Royal, including free Bond
giveaway posters and pins
until the supply runs out.
Showtimes include a spe-
cial screening at 1 p.m. and
then again at 4:15 and 7:30
p.m. Showtimes for
Saturday and Sunday are
the same. Bond enthusiast Brian Hughes lectured Monday on the
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road. Southbound traffic on Ferdon had to be diverted for around 45 minutes.

Public invited to Dec. 6 candlelight vigil
SHALIMAR-The local community is ..
invited to share in the Air Force Enlisted
Village's annual candlelight vigil at the
Christmas Box Angel statue, also known as
the Angel of Hope, Wed., Dec. 6 at 6 p.m.
The event will be held in the Garden of
Hope on the Bob Hope Village campus, 92
Sunset Lane, Shalimar, near the Poquito
Bayou subdivision. A reception will be held in "
the Bob Gates Welcome Center immediately
following the vigil.
Author Richard Paul Evans introduced the
Christmas Box Angel in his best-selling book,
"The Christmas Box." The statue has come to
symbolize a beacon of hope for parents griev-
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to comfort anyone mourning the loss of a in Shalimar around the Christmas Box
loved one. The angel was dedicated at Bob Angel at the Air Force Enlisted Village.
Hope Village Oct. 9, 2003. The vigil is held annually in memory of
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Parade entry deadline ends today


Adam ZIglar
Crestview News Bulletin

After today, you'll have to
watch the parade from the
sidelines unless you submit
your entry form before the
day is through.
The deadline to enter the
Crestview Christmas parade
is today. Entry forms can be
completed at the Main Street
Crestview Association office
located at the city


Administration Building at
198 Wilson Street. Entries
must be turned in before 5
p.m.
Parade officials are hoping
this year's parade matches
last year's record breaking
success.
"Last year we had about
145 entries. That was a record
number. We had anticipated
something dose to that this
year," said Bill Kilpatrick,
program director for the Main


Street Crestview Association.
As of 3 p.m. Tuesday, 80
entries had been submitted to
the city.
Kilpatrick expects an
influx of entries today.
The parade will be on Dec.
2 at 5:30 p.m. This year's
theme is "Christmas the
Miracle Birth Celebration."
The parade will follow the
traditional south to north
route through Crestview's
Main Street thoroughfare.


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The candy caper
Recently, a deputy was
flagged down by a man who
was walking along one of
Crestview's roads.
According to the arrest
report, the man ran toward
the deputy waving at him.
The deputy slowed his
vehicle and, according to the
report, the man held up an
item that appeared to be
crack cocaine.
The deputy asked the
man what he had. He
replied, "What, this?" and
displayed a red metal crack
pipe. He then handed it to
the deputy and said that he
found it on the side of the
road.
The deputy then asked
the man to reveal what was
in his left hand. According to
his report, he grabbed the
man's hand and asked him
to open it. The man opened
his hand and revealed a
rolled up piece of chewing
gum. The deputy then told
the man that he was
detained and asked if he had
anything else in his posses-
sion.
Any Laffy Taffy? Any
Skittles? What about a pack
of Nerds? You know, those
things will rot out your teeth.
The man then became
evasive. Apparently, he des-
perately needed to go to the
dentist, but he wasn't going


to go without a fight. He
then grabbed the crack pipe
from the deputy and fled.
However, the deputy caught
up with him and took him
into custody, recovered the
pipe and arrested the man.
The pipe was tested positive
for the presence of cocaine
and possible dust from pixie
straws.

Bingo gamble
After consecutively losing
273 games of bingo, a
Crestview woman decided
that she would get even by
writing more than $900 in
worthless checks at one of
the local bingo halls.
The seventh time is the
charm, so we've heard.
After writing seven bad
checks from her mother's
checkbook the woman was
caught by the sheriff's office
and arrested. Apparently,
she thought the trees at the
bingo hall had money grow-
ing on them.
The attendant at the hall
said that the woman was a
regular, (obviously not a reg-
ular winner) so she didn't
have a problem cashing the
checks.
We see this all the time,
sons and daughters stealing
money from their parents.
Usually, however, the kids
aren't in their mid-30s, like
this little tyke.


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10/31: Tonya M Kimmons, age 27, of 4819 Gilmore Road,
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theft.
11/02: John Garon Hickman, age 38, of 3189 Lakeview
Street, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia,
possession of a controlled substance, driving while his license
was suspended and introduction of contraband to a county
detention facility.
11/03: Jason Robert Miles, age 22, of 364 John King Road,
Crestview, was issued a notice to appear on the offenses of
possession of marijuana under 20 grams and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Andy William Emilyon, age 22, of 305
Hudson Drive, Crestview, was charged with possession of a
controlled substance.
11/04: Malcolm M McCoy, age 29, of 1240 Walter Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with domestic battery touch or strike.
11/05: Tracy W McCook, age 40, of 6903 Ella Road,
Bagdad, FL, was charged with domestic battery touch or strike.
11/08: Julie Rondeau Hickman, age 37, of 3189 Lakeview
Street, Crestview, was charged with principal larceny grand
theft over 1000 dollars.


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Okaloosa County Sheriff's reports
11/01: A juvenile, of Crestview, was issued a notice to appear on
the offense of damage to public lands.
11/03: Andrew Eric McDonald, age 22, of 3167 Main Drive,
Crestview, was charged with burglary/conveyance, grand theft and
dealing in stolen property.
11/04: Kenneth A Bodtke, age 23, of 787 Green Street, Crestview,
was charged with failure to register as a sex offender.
11/06: Everette L Booth, age 37, of 353 West James Lee Blvd,
Crestview, was charged with theft. Carlton Cletis McClellan, age 32,
of 536 Brackin Street, Crestview, was charged with aggravated bat-
tery. Michael A Turner, age 43, of 2109 Hagood Loop, Crestview,
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11/07: Jerome Alexander Robinson, age 29, of 59 Jonquil Avenue,
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Commerce, will announce the
winners.
There have been 683 Bob Sikes
students and a group of 20 after-
school students from Richbourg
and Davidson Middle Schools
and Baker School that have been
working on the project for the
past two months.
"Some children in the world
don't have any food and we want
to help them," said first-grader
Breana Etheridge, who plans to
take her bowl home and eat cere-
al out of it "every morning."
Fellow first-grader Kricket
Kronmiller called this her
favorite art project.
"Now when we eat breakfast
in the morning we will think
about the people that don't have
any food," she said. "And now
we can help them get some
food."
The making of a bowl begins
with a one-pound ball of cay that
is flattened and formed over a
bowl mold. After sitting to dry
for 24 hours, the bowls are then
fired in a kiln to produce green-
ware.
They are then painted with
glaze and fired once again to
become the finished ceramic
product.
With no kiln on campus,
Hutchinson has counted on four
community volunteers Jo
Ellen Schacht, Terry Vance,
Shirley Gilmore and Steve
Phillips to fire about 100 bowls
a week.
"The most difficult part of this
project is not having a kiln,"
Hutchinson said. "So, it has been
such a blessing to have these vol-
unteers step forward and help us
with that."
She also gave a lot of credit to
North Okaloosa Medical Center
and marketing director Kim
Willis for partnering up to pro-
vide the cay and the soup that
will be served.
Parent volunteer Sherrie
Enzor has also been a driving
force in the entire project.
Each child's parent will also
donate $10, which will enable the
child to keep the bowl he or she
made.
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bowls in the drying process.


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Woodlawn Fall Festival held Oct. 28


The Fall Festival which
was held at Woodlawn
Baptist Church on Oct. 28
was a huge success. Events
included a hay ride, bean
bag toss, tin-spin art,
golfing, "make your own
cookies," spacewalk,
fishing, balloon darts, ski-
ball, plinko, duck pond,
popcorn, hot dogs, and
plenty to drink.
Woodlawn wishes to
thank the following
merchants for their
generous donations and
support: Gamble
construction, Helen's
Barber Shop, Applebee's,
Wal-Mart, Taco Town,
Moulton's Pharmacy,
Dawn Barnes Independent
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members of the business
community, will feature
classroom training as well
as field trips to local
businesses and government
agencies. Guest speakers
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leadership, and the class
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WEDNESDAYNOVEMBER 6


EDUCATION


Crestview News Bulletin I 9A


First phase of the LifeSmarts consumer issues competition kicks off


TALLAHASSEE-Florida
Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson has
announced the first phase of
the annual LifeSmarts pro-
gram is now under way. in
Florida. The online competi-
tion will culminate in a battle
for the state championship at

AmeriCorps
Disaster team
forms at OWC

Application
deadline is today
AmeriCorps at Okaloosa-
Walton College is seeking
committed adults to serve
on a Disaster Response and
Preparation team for
Okaloosa and Walton
County beginning January
1, 2007.
Applications must be
received by today.
Applicants must be at least
18 years of age and have a
high school diploma, GED or
higher education.
Full-time members will
complete the requirements
for OWC's new Emergency
Administrator and Manager
Certificate program during
the service year. AmeriCorps
Disaster Response team
members will assist and edu-
cate citizens with special
needs to prepare for emer-
gency situations and respond
to disaster needs in the Gulf
states.
Members will participate
in local mitigation projects
and help recruit the assis-
tance or community volun-
teers.
Full time AmeriCorps
member commit to 1,700
hours, receive a taxable liv-
ing allowance and an educa-
tion voucher in return for
their service to the communi-
ty.
Applicants must enroll as
OWC students and complete
a financial aid application.,
Special benefits may include
free health insurance and
childcare if qualified.
Applications are available
at all six OWC campuses.
For more information, con-
tact the AmeriCorps Office at
729-6037 or 729-4946,
Niceville Campus, or 892-
8100, OWC Chautauqua
Center in DeFuniak Springs.
Program is contingent upon
funding.

Workshop for

tests later

this month

Events will prepare
local students for
the ACT and SAT
A workshop to .:assist
Okaloosa County high
school students who will be
taking the Dec. 2 SAT and
the Dec. 9 ACT tests will be
held at the Fort Walton
Beach High School Media
Center. Alice Hart will con-
duct the workshop, which
will consist of 6 meetings
and about 12 hours of
instruction.
Dates and times are from
2:15 to 4:15 p.m. each day
from Nov. 28 to Nov. 30, and
Dec. 4 to Dec. 6.
Registration must be
postmarked by Tues., Nov.
14. Forms have been mailed
to area high schools. All
materials, snacks and drinks
will be furnished. Students
will need to bring calcula-
tors.


For more information,
contact Mrs. Hart via email at
Amhartl966@aol.com, phone
her at 615-585-2401, or con-
tact your high school guid-
ance department.


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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2006


Z COLLEGE EDUCATION UPDATES


Newlyweds Kristen and Travis Morales were married
on Oct. 14 in Niceville.


Beattie & Morales

united in marriage


Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Beattie of Crestview, Fla.
have the honor of
announcing the marriage
of their daughter, Kristen
Elizabeth, to Travis Wade
Morales of Crestview.
The couple was united
in the sacrament of mar-
riage on Oct. 14th at Holy
Name of Jesus Catholic
Church in Niceville.
The officiating clergy
was Father Steven
O'Connor of Our Lady of
Victory Catholic Church,
along with Deacon Gary
McBride of Holy Name of
Jesus Catholic Church.
The bride's attendants
were Jill Kerschitz of
Niceville as her Matron of
SHonor, along with Kim
Berry, Jessie Urena and
Sandy Whiting, also of
Niceville, as her brides-
maids. Her junior brides-
maids were-Taylor Berry
of Niceville and Bethany
Nick of Crestview. The
flower girl was Cassidy
Berry of Niceville.
The groom was accom-
panied by Brian Nick as
his best man; Brian
Beattie and Michael
Beattie of Crestview were
groomsmen, along with
Jerome Duet of Baton
Rouge, La. The Lushers
were Garrick Damron
and Dave Rose of,
Crestview.
The bride wore a satin
strapless, corset back
Maggie Sottero gown,
accented with SwarovSki
crystals. The bride's atten-
dants wore light blue hal-
ter gowns with, crystal
beaded accents.
The. wedding was
attended by the bride's
parents, Ed and Kathy
Beattie of Crestview, her
maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
McDonnell of Sun City,


Fla., and her paternal
grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Wicek of
Levittown, N.Y., along
with relatives and friends
from New York, Virginia,
Maryland, Arizona,
Georgia and Florida. The
groom's family was also
in attendance, his parents
Brian and Charmaine
Nick of Crestview,
Florida, his maternal
grandmother, Mrs, Mary
Morales of Baton Rouge,
La., his paternal grand-
parents Mr. and Mrs.
Rodger Nick of Erie,
Penn., along with other
family and friends from
Louisiana, Pennsylvania,
Alabama and Florida. The
bride and groom also had
a special surprise all the
way from Iraq. A very
good friend of theirs, PFC
Greg Maskell, was able-to.
take leave in order-to *
attend their wedding and
surprise the couple.
Following the church
ceremony a dinner, dance
reception was held at the
Ramada Plaza Beach
Resort in Fort Walton
Beach. The couple honey-
mooned at Sandals in St.
Lucia, one of the
Windward Islands locat-
ed in the Lesser Antilles
of the Eastern Caribbean.
S' Kristen is a graduate of
Crestview High School
and Okaloosa-Walton
College and is employed
at Tippy Toes Pro Dance
in Niceville and The
Apple Tree Preschool in
Crestview. Travis is a
graduate of Baker Home
School. He served in Iraq
for a year withthe U.S.
Army 1st /504 PIR 82nd
Airborne Division and is
currently employed by
the City of Niceville.
The couple will reside
in Crestview.


Okaloosa County Marriage Licenses

7/6: Eli Nathan Holley, 31, and Kristy Leanne Burgess, 30,
both of Crestview.
10/13: Robert Michael Boddy Jr., 19, and Rhiannon Lee
Bultez, 25, both of Crestview.
10/2: Michael David Neau, 21, of Eglin Air Force Base, and
Alicia Michelle Burt, 18, of Crestview.
10/26: Corey Johnnie Evans, 19, and Mercedes Elizabeth
Casteal, 19, both of Crestview.
11/3: Thomas Wende, 47, and Donna Samantha Vaughn,
25, both of Crestview.
10/20: Terrence Michael Halloran, 20, and Kristina Lucille
Edwards, 20, both of Crestview.
10/25-10/31: Thomas Loy McDonald, 34, of Holt and
Kimberly Nichole Shatzer, 34, of Crestview. Arthur John
Archer, 49, and Cheryl Lynn Grant, 39, both of Baker.
10/27: Jonathan Lamar Crabtree, 18, of Laurel Hill, and
Kayla Nichole Reynolds, 19, of Crestview.
11/2: Gabriel Rojas, 44, and Suzanna Padilla, 45, both of
Crestview.
10/30: Billy Don Cunningham, 40, and Cristina Nicole
Rodriguez, 33, both of Crestview.

10/16: Gary Allen Linger, 46, and Lucinda Sue Wilson, 38,
both of Holt.
10/28: Jesse Allen Davidson, 20, of Lima, OH, and Stacy
Denise Hege, 19, of Crestview.
10/26: Michael Anthony Spera, 22, and Rebecca Elizabeth
Bumette, 35, both of Crestview.
9/16: Michael Darryl Cox, 39, of DeFuniak Springs, and
Jennifer Kristin Zapletal, 27, of Crestview.
9/21: Jason Richard Thorne, 21, and April Renee' Bulton, 21,
both of Crestview.


ANNOUNCEMENTS 12:30 p.m. University representa-
STETSON LAW INFORMA- tives and current students will be
TION DAY: Stetson University on hand to provide admission and
College of Law invites prospec- academic information to future
tive law students to its annual students and parents. Attendees
Law School Information Day from will also have the opportunity to
9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 18 at take a campus tour. The Open
1401 61st St. S. in Gulfport. The House is free and open to the
deadline to register is Nov. 13. public.
The program features a simu- The spring 2007 Open House
lated law class, a faculty-moder- schedule is as follows: Jan. 20,
ated law student panel, campus Feb. 17, March 17 and April 21.
tours, and information about law For more information, contact
school admissions, financial aid the Office of Admissions at (850)
474-2230 or e-mail at admis-
for law school and legal careers. 74-2230or at adm
Prospective students can also sions@uwf.edu.
learn more about Stetson's inter- JAZZ PIANO COMPETI-
national and part-time law pro- TION: The Department of Music
grams and its award-winning trial is seeking competitors for the
and moot court teams. Kathleen T. and Philip B. Phillips,
To learn more and to register M.D. Jazz Piano Competition.
for this free event, please visit This annual event, made possible
Stetson online at by the generosity of the Phillips
http://www.law.stetson.edu/admis family, is open to currently
sions/lawschoolinformationday.as enrolled undergraduate and grad-
uate students, ages 17 through
OWC NEWS 35, from colleges and universities
OW NWS throughout the U.S. Finalists will
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED compete for cash prizes totaling
FOR PLANTING VEGETATION: $10,000. The final round of the
On Saturday, November 18th the competition will be held as a free
Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance public performance March 30,
(CBA) will be conducting a shore- 2007 at the historic Saenger
line restoration project at Cessna Theater in downtown Pensacola.
Park. Volunteers are needed The competition coincides with
staring at 10am to help with the Pensacola's annual JazzFest,
more than 6,000 Smooth which will feature the winner in
Cordgrass plants that will be concert March 31' 2007.
installed along the park shoreline Five finalists will be selected
to help reduce erosion and nutri- by a panel of judges and notified
ent loading into Choctawhatchee by March 1, 2007. Finalists
Bay. should plan to arrive in Pensacola
AUDITIONS FOR SHAKE- March 29 in preparation for the
SPEARE'S "THE TAMING OF competition. Each finalist will be
THE SHREW": OWC will hold allowed a maximum of 20 min-
auditions for Shakespeare's cor- utes performance time. Prizes to
edy, "The Taming of the Shrew", be awarded include: First place:
on Saturday, November 18 and $5,000; Second place: $3,000;
Sunday, November 19 from 2:00 Third 'place: $1,500; and two
pm to 5:00 pm both days. The Honorable Mentions at $250
role of "Kate" has already been each. Each finalist will be allocat-
cast. The remaining actors need- ed a $500 travel and housing
ed for the play are eight men and stipend.
six women. The age range need- Competitors must submit
ed is open except for two father applications no later than Feb.
roles. 16, 2007. They should include a
The rehearsal schedule for the letter of recommendation from
play will be three Saturdays start- the student's applied teacher, an
ing December 2 through audition CD or videotape (not to
December 16, from 2:00 pm until exceed 30 minutes) that includes
5:00 pm and four days per week pieces representing at least three
starting January 8, 2007 through different jazz styles, proof of age
March 9 and also Sunday, March and student status.
11 through Friday, March 16 For more information and
Technical rehearsals will be application materials, visit
Sunday, March 18 through uwf.edu/music/phillipsjazz or call
Tuesday, March 20. the Department of Music at (850)
For more information, contact 474-2147..
Clint Mahle at OWC at 729-6007. "MUSIC AND POETRY": The
UWF NEWS Center for Fine and Performing
DISCOVER UWF AT OPEN Arts and Department of Music will
HOUSE: UWF will host an Open present a faculty recital "Music
i'S I-1-.1 led by Leonid
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and Performing Arts, Building 82. f6bSo df music, Nov. 20 at 7:30
Check-in will be held from 9 to p.m. in the Mainstage Theatre in
9:30 a.m. The program begins at the CFPA, Building 82. Admission
9:30 a.m. and will conclude at is free and open to the public.


The time to learn about

end-of-life care is now


Dale O. Knee
Special to the News Bulletin

November is
annually celebrat-
ed as National
Hospice Month.
Hospice care is
considered the
gold standard for
end-of-life care in
this country. For
those who may
not be familiar,
hospices use an
interdisciplinary Dale O
team of health the pi
care professionals and chi
and trained vol- tive o
unteers to provide Cov
pain-manage- Hosp
ment, symptom
control, psycho-social sup-
port, and spiritual care to
terminally ill patients and
their families.
The National Hospice
and Palliative Care
Organization reports that
1.2 million patients were
served in this country by
hospices in 2005. Here local-
ly, Covenant Hospice served
over 5,000 patients in 2005,
and we currently serve over
1,100 patients a day.
Yet so much remains to be
done. Many Americans are
unaware that support for
the dying and their loved
ones is available, unaware
that pain and symptom con-
trol, emotional and spiritual
support, bereavement care,
and dignity are all possible
at the end of life.
Too many people still are
unaware that hospice care is
available at little or no out-
of-pocket cost under
Medicare, Medicaid, most
private insurance plans,
HMOs and other managed
health organizations.
Even more importantly,
they are unaware that any-


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ef
ffi(
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one can make a hospice
referral. Far too many peo-
ple wait until they are facing
a health crisis in
'their family to
'learn about care
options. As you
can imagine, it
becomes very dif-
ficult to make
informed deci-
sions at times like
these. The best
time to learn about
end-of-life care
Knee is options is before it
sident becomes a serious
execu- issue.
cer of I hope that you
nant will take this
e, Inc. month as an
opportunity to
find out more about end-of-
life care options and I would
also remind you about the
importance of communicat-
ing your wishes to family
and loved ones early and
often.


For more information or to
reserve free tickets, call the
CFPA Box Office at (850) 857-
6285.
PROFESSIONAL ACCOUN-
TANCY CERTIFICATION: The
Department of Accounting and
Finance now offers a Certificate
in Professional Accountancy. The
certificate is offered online and is
designed for students and
accounting professionals with
bachelor's degrees in accounting
or the equivalent, who need the
additional four courses required
to sit for the CPA examination in
Florida. A GMAT score is not
required to obtain the certificate.
An application form is avail-
able online at
uwf.edu/account/certificate.htm.
You may also take the course as
a regular class. For more infor-
mation, contact Chula King, chair
of the Department of Accounting
and Finance, at (854) 474-2719
or e-mail cking@uwf.edu.
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMA-
TION SYSTEMS CLASS: The
Division of Continuing Education
will offer GIS Academy -
Integrating GP.S with GIS Dec. 4
and 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
the UWF Main Campus, Building
13. The class will allow students
to become familiar with the gen-
eral principles, of how a Global
Positioning System works, how to
obtain real-time differential and
post-processed data, how to plan
a field survey and collect feature
data with a GPS, how to transfer,
convert and display field work in
ArcGIS and how to integrate GPS
data with other data layers, such
as aerial photos in a GIS. The
class is geared toward facilities
planning, site assessment and
emergency management profes-
sionals seeking to improve their
methods of collecting field data.
The registration deadline is Nov.
27.


Flooded areas, fallen power
lines, street damage and brush
piles can all be coded by location
in real time. For more information
or to register, call (850) 474-2914
or visit
ContinuingEd.uwf.edu/Gis.cfm.
MOBILE LEARNING PRO-
GRAM FOR MILITARY PER-
SONNEL: Pam Northrup,
Academic Technology Center
director, was awarded
$1,000,000 from the U.S. Naval
Education and Training
Command for a project
Anytime...Anywhere Mobile
Learning Partnership, which will
provide support for continued
development of mobile learning
degree programs for military per-
sonnel pursuing education oppor-
tunities while ashore, at sea. or
deployed.
For more information, contact
Northrup at (850) 473-3255 or e-
mail at pnorthru@uwf.edu.
STEINWAY CONCERT: The
Department of Music will kick off
its All-Steinway School fund with
a concert by Steinway artist,
William DeVan, Nov.18 at 7:30
p.m. in the Center for Fine and
Performing Arts (CFPA) Music
Hall, Building 82. With the slogan,
...on our way, 'All-Steinway
School' by 2008, the goal of the
initiative is to purchase: 18
Steinway pianos eight studio
uprights and 10 grand pianos to
place in the UWF performance
hall, rehearsal halls, student
practice rooms and faculty stu-
dios. The concert will be followed
by a reception. They are both free
and open to the public.
For more information or to
reserve tickets, call the CFPA Box
Office at (850) 857-6285 or visit
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inquiries, contact Jerre Brisky,
CFPA assistant director, at
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EDITORIAL


News Bulletin / PAGE 11A


Ray Sansom joins AEC's economic development team


ANDALUSIA,
ALA. Alabama
E e c t r i c
Cooperative, Inc.
announced on Nov.
1 that Ray Sansom
will join AEC's
Government &
Economic Affairs
division as
economic c
development
representative for
northwest Florida,
effective immediately.
"We are delighted
welcome Ray to
Government & Econo:
Affairs staff," says Hoi
Horn, vice president
government & econo:
affairs.' "We are look
forward to a long
beneficial relations
among Ray, AEC
northwest Florida."
As econo:
development representat
Sansom will work w
existing econo:
development profession
in AEC's 10-county ser


area in northwest
Florida, regional
and statewide
e c o n o omic
development
organizations, and
distribution
members to,
promote economic
development.
"Ray is a man of
many talents who
SANSOM has numerous
contacts, particularly
in the northwest Florida
to area," says Seth Hammett,
the AEC director of economic
mic development. "I think his
race joining the AEC team will
of enable us to participate in
mic economic development in
ing northwest Florida at a higher
and level than ever before."
;hip Sansom was elected to the
and Florida House of
Representatives in 2002 and
mic re-elected without
ive, opposition in 2004. He has
vith been selected by his
mic colleagues to serve as
nals Florida's Speaker of the
vice House in 2008-2010.


He is currently chairman
of the House Transportation
Committee and serves on the
Rules and Calendar Council,
State Infrastructure Council,
Transportation
Appropriations Committee
and Governmental
Operations Committee.
Sansom, a native of
northwest Florida, has been
involved in economic
development for over 10
years. "This position with
AEC provides a great
opportunity to help
encourage job creation,
recruit industry and develop
a highly-trained workforce
for the future of northwest
Florida," Sansom says. "I am
impressed by AEC's sincerity
in serving communities in
Alabama and northwest
Florida, and I am excited for
the chance to play a part in,
AEC's mission."
Sansom serves on the
Emerald Coast YMCA Board
of Directors, Board of
Directors of Vanguard Bank
and other community


boards. During his time on
the Okaloosa County
Commission, he was
presented the President's
Award by the Florida City
and County Managers
Association, being the first
county commissioner to
receive this honor. Sansom
was also selected "Freshman
Legislator of the Year" in
2003 by the Association of
Counties. He holds a
Master's Degree in


Educational Leadership from
the University of West
Florida, a Bachelor's Degree
in Political Science from
Florida State University, and
an Associates of Arts Degree
from Okaloosa-Walton Junior
College.
Sansom resides in Destin,
Fla., with his wife, Tricia, and
three daughters, Jessica, 17;
Carlee, 12; and Julia, 11.
He is a firm believer in
the golden rule and that life


is about building
relationships. He most
remembers the saying,
"Remember your roots
because they will always
keep you grounded."
AEC's 20 distribution
members provide reliable,
affordable, environmentally
sound energy to more than
380,000 consumers in 39
counties in Alabama and 10
counties in northwest
Florida.


Smoke, fire, training at firefighter weekend


Classes are starting to fill
up for the first Northwest
Florida Volunteer Firefighter
weekend taking place from
Dec. 8th through the 10th.
This is a great educational
opportunity for volunteer
firefighters from across
Northwest Florida.
The continuing education
classes being offered at this
event are not normally
available to volunteers, due
to the lack of funding and/or
the availability of instructors.
This weekend brings the
instructors, resources and
students together at no cost
to the students or their
department. Saturday
evening the students and
staff will be treated to a
catered banquet.
The classes have been
sanctioneS y Y~t State Fire
College and atteiidees will
receive training credit from
the state. Classes being
offered include Search &


Rescue Techniques,
Emergency Vehicle
Operation, Farm Medic, and
Volunteer Company Officer.
The participants will be able
to obtain up to 20 hours of
continuing education.
Instructors are coming
from across the Sunshine
State. They bring years of
experience in fire service.
The State Fire College
has made their confined
space search and rescue


trailer available. Students
will go through various
mazes to learn how to
conduct searches during a
fire. The South Walton Fire
District has made their fire
blast trailer available. This
trailer will simulate a fire
inside a building complete
with live flame and smoke,
temperatures as high as 500
degrees on the floor. For
more information on this
event, call 850-729-5410.


On Monday, Premier Community Bank held the groundbreaking ceremony for their new
Crestview location. The bank will be located on James Lee Boulevard next to the Wings
of Fire restaurant. Pictured here are left to right, bank CFO Jim Blalock, board of
directors members Dr. Lee Thigpen, county commissioner Sherry Campbell, Wayne
Rogers, Joe Franey, J. Michael Woody, Larry Wright, and Sean Davis.


Boxberger top

agent for

October

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At JME Realty's Crestview
office, Jay Boxberger was the
top sales agent and the top
listing agent for the month of
October, 2006. (photo
submitted)


Scholarships

available for

grant writing

workshops

Scholarships in the
amount of $74.00 off the
registration fee are available
for nonprofit and faith based
organizations, government
agencies, schools and
students to attend a two day
grant writing workshop
presented by Zocklein and
Associates.
This program has been
approved by NASW-GA, IN,
KY, NY and TX Chapters for
up to 14 social work
continuing education hours.
All classes will start at
8:30 a.m. and end at 5:00
p.m. The December class
will be in Clearwater at the
Holiday Inn Express on Icot
Blvd. on December 11-12.
The January class will be in
Orlando at the Holiday Inn
Express on Palm Parkway
on January 10-11. To register
call Zocklein and Associates
at 800-371-5703 or visit the
web site at
www.zockgrant.com


Premier Community Bank of the

Emerald Coast breaks ground


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but for many people, it is also a time of self- depressed during the holiday season, even
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"failures" and anxiety about an uncertain anxiety once the holidays have passed. This
future. post-holiday let down after January 1 can be
The "holiday blues" can be caused by the result of emotional disappointments
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Drivers take aim
at Johnson
Page 2B

Iron Bowl slips
in stature
Page 3B


CPO RT


Hobo IhoOps

LHS boys compete
at Tipoff Classic

Page 4B


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NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Thursday
Girls basketball
Laurel Hill at Freeport, 6:45 p.m.
Tate at Crestview, 7 p.m.
Rocky Bayou at Baker, 7:15 p.m.
Girls soccer
Rocky Bayou at Crestview, 6 p.m.
Friday
Girls basketball
Fort Walton Beach at Crestview, 7
p.m.
Men's college basketball
Okaloosa-Walton College Coca-
Cola Classic, 7:30 p.m.
Women's college basketball
CFCC Shootout, Okaloosa-Walton
College vs. Seminole, 5 p.m.

Baker classic
Baker's boys basketball
program will host a Tipoff
Classic on Friday and
Saturday.
The Gators will take on
Escambia Charter at 7:30
p.m. Friday. Baker will face
East Hill at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday in the second
game of a doubleheader.
Admission is $4 for each
evening.

Little League
Registration for the 2007
season at Crestview Little
League will be held' on Dec.
9, Jan. 20, Jan. 27 and Feb.
3, with locations to be
announced.
Children ages 5 to 16
who live within the Crestview
Little League boundaries are
eligible to enroll to play
baseball or fast pitch soft-
ball. Registration is required
even if the child played pre-
viously.
Parents can find more
information online at
www.eteamz.com/Crestviewll,
or call 423-1011 and leave a
message.
For more information on
Little League, visit the Little
League Web site at www.lit-
tleleague.org.

CHS girls soccer
The Crestview High
School girls soccer program
will complete its yard sale
fundraiser Saturday from 7
a.m.-2 p.m. at Central
Baptist Church.

Club volleyball
A Crestview club volley-
ball team is holding open
gym from 4-6 p.m. on
Sunday. The club hopes to
draw enough players to form
teams in the 17U, 15U and
14U divisions. For details,
contact Nicki Batson at
Crestview High School at
(850) 689-7177.

OWC sports'
The Okaloosa-Walton
College men's basketball
team improved to 4-0 with a
pair of victories at the
Georgia Perimeter Classic.
The Raiders beat North
Atlanta Prep 84-75 on Nov.
10. OWC edged Georgia
Perimeter 85-82 on Nov. 11.
The Okaloosa-Walton
College women's basketball
team fell to 2-2 with a pair of
losses at the Alzheimer's
Classic at Chipola.
The Raiders fell 61-48
against Monroe on Nov. 10.
Trinity Valley edged OWC
86-80 on Nov. 11.

Pacemakers golf
The next Pacemakers
Senior Golf Association tour-
nament is Nov. 20 at 9 a.m.
at Foxwood Country Club.
Arrival time is 8 a.m. Format
is 7-7-5. Entry fee is $19.
Players must be age 50 or
older to play. For details, call:
(850) 682-2012 for' (850)
826-2012.

Photos
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sporting events can be seen
on the Internet at www.pic-
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CHS freshman finishes 44th at state meet


Special to the News Builetin
Crestview freshman Lauren
Day crosses the finish line at
the FHSAA state meet.


Day first local runner
at finals since 2003
Special to the News Bulletin
DADE CITY Lauren
Day completed -a successful
freshman season in the
Crestview cross country
program with a 44th-place
finish at the FHSAA Class
3A state finals held Nov. 11
at Little Everglades Ranch
in Dade City.


SCross country
Day finished the 5K
course in 21:27.
"She did an extraordi-
nary job and finished her
first high school cross coun-
try season on a high note,"
CHS coach Katie Fitchett
said.
The race took place in con-
ditions one would expect in
August. Morning fog result-
ed in humid conditions.


Temperatures hit 80 degrees
by the time the Class 3A race
started.
"We were all asking our-
selves, 'Where is the cold,
brisk morning?'" Fitchett
said. "It was definitely not
the type of weather expected
at a state cross country
meet."
Day finished in the top25
percent of 180 competitors
and sixth among freshmen in
Class 3A.


Day was the first CHS rep-
resentative at the state finals
since the entire Bulldog team
qualified in 2003.
Satellite repeated as Class
3A girls team champion by a
55-126 margin over Chiles.
Plant junior Brigithe
Moreno won the individual
title in 18:36. Moreno fin-
ished 16 seconds ahead of
sophomore Tori Lawson of
Vanguard. Lawson also fin-
ished second in 2005.


Baseball


Kyle Wrignt/The News Bulletin
Crestview senior wrestler Nate Johnson (right) spars with a teammate during a Bulldog prac-
tice earlier this month. Johnson starts the season needing 34 victories for 100 career wins.




A winning beat


Bulldog senior Wrestlllng


Johnson closing

in on 100 victories:
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Nate Johnson marches to
the beat of a different
drummer.
Fortunately for the
Crestview High School
wrestling program, that
beat frequently includes the
sound of opponents getting
thumped to their backs. It
also features the riffs of ref-
erees slapping the mat to
signal pins.
Johnson's 34-13 record
last season at 130 pounds
was music to the ears of the,
Bulldog wrestling coaches.
They expect the winning
beat to continue this winter
during Johnson's senior
year.
"We have a lot of high
hopes for him this year,"
Jeff Fowler of the CHS
coaching staff said.
Johnson started pound-
ing wrestling opponents
just a few years ago when
his family lived in Italy. He
quickly developed as one of
the best wrestlers in his
area. He represented the


Mediterranean district at a
European championship.
"I had always :wrestled
with my brother," said
Johnson, who also studied:
taekwondo and judo. "It
just came naturally to me."
Johnson came to
Crestview during his sopho-
more year. He arrived in
time to go 14-13 during the
regular season and earn a
spot in the regional. He came
within one win of qualifying
for the state finals.
Johnson continued to
improve last season. He
won 34 more matches and
returned to the regional.
Fowler compares
Johnson's progress to that
of 2006 CHS grad Thomas
Bortner, the Class 2A state.
runner-up at 215 pounds
last season.
Like Bortner, Johnson
overwhelms many oppo-
nents with his strength and
gradually has improved on
technique.
Like Bortner, Johnson
racks up pins that result in
big points for the Dawgs in
team competitions. Forty-
one of Johnson's 48 wins at
CHS came by fall.
Like Bortner, Johnson
starts his senior season


See a preview of the
Crestview wrestling season
on Page 4B.

within range of 100 career
high school wins. Johnson
needs 34 more victories to
hit the century mark:
"The kid has got a lot of
heart, and is freakishly
strong for how small he is,"
Fowler said. "Each year he
has gotten better and better.
"His technique had not
been very good. But so far
this year, his technique has
been cleaned up a lot. He
used to go out with a 'I'll
pin you or I'll be pinned'
attitude. This year, he has
changed."
Johnson's unpredictable
style on the mat carries
over outside the wrestling
room. He might spend one
weekend boxing, the next
weekend camping, and the
next weekend doing some-
thing else altogether.
"Nate is different,"
Fowler said. "He will ride
his bike from his house to
the school just because. But
he is also a kid you want on
your side. He will back you
up no matter what. He is
loyal, and a great kid."


Kyle wngni ne News Bulleun
Crestview senior J.L. Thomason (with pen) signs his letter
of intent to play baseball at Troy. With Thomason in the
front row are his mother Debble, father Dennis and brother
Seth. In back from left are CHS football defensive coordi-
nator Keith White, principal Andy Johnson, school board
representative Cathy Thigpen, baseball coach Tim Gillis
and assistant baseball coach Chris Sweatt.


Dawgs' Thomason


headed to Troy
-big- scheduled his signing cere-
,..el.bs g a.a. ony during 'Crestview's
fit for the Trojans football class.
"It's a positive for all of
Kyle Wright these guys to see it and
News Bulletin Sports Editor aspire to be where he is sit-
ting today, whether it is in
J.L. Thomason walked footballbasketball, academ-
into the Crestview High ics, baseball, or whatever the
School media center on Nov. case may be," CHS baseball
8 and got a round of coach Tim Gillis said. "I'm
applause from his team- proud for him and proud
mates in the CHS football everyone got to see it."
program. Thomason caught the eye
The Dawgs shared the of Troy coaches by hitting
moment as Thomason signed .386 with a pair of home
a letter of intent to play col- runs and 27 RBI for the CHS
lege baseball at Troy starting baseball team last spring.
with the 2007-08 school year. He also impressed the
"I've known all of these Trojan staff with his per-
guys since I was little," formances at some Troy
Thomason said. "And for allcamps.
of them to be here like this is The Trojans went 47-16
just great." and won the Sun Belt
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Thomason had his
friends in mind when he,


See TROY, page 5B


Crestview grad


signs with Samford


OVC school excited
to add Stephens
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Expect to see Jonathan
Stephens pitching the big
Ohio Valley
Conference games
for the Samford base-
ball program in the
near future.
Stephens, a 2005
Crestview High
School graduate,
recently signed a let-
ter of intent to play STEF
baseball for Samford
starting with the 2007-08
school year. Stephens cur-
rently pitches for Alabama
Southern Community
College.
"As a staff we set out to
bring in an experienced


JUCO arm in this signing
class," Samford coach Casey
Dunn said in a release
issued by the school. "I am
extremely excited that
Jonathan is that guy. At 6-8
he has an intimidating pres-
ence on the mound and
should be able to step right
in and play a major
role on next year's
staff. He was the go-
to guy on the mound
last year at Alabama
Southern and will be
again this season. I
believe Jonathan has
lENS the ability to be a
Friday night guy for
us here at Samford."
Stephens caught the
attention of Samford's staff
last spring during his fresh-
man season at Alabama
Southern.
See GRAD, page 5B


Contact us


Visit the Crestview News Bulletin Web site at Email News Bulletin Sports Editor Kyle Wnght Report your sports news and results to the
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Parade entry registration forms are available at the
City Hall office of the Main Street Program
Director and at the Crestview News
BBill
Bulletin. Call Kim Gerhardt at 758-7536 or
Mickey Rytman at 974-4369 or Bill
Kilpatrick at 689-3722 for detailed
information. The entry dead-
line date is Wednesday,
November 15th, 2006.


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
w w.centralcrestview.com.
Registration fee is $75 per child for
basketball and $85 per child for cheer-
leading. Upward Basketball at Central
Baptist Church is for boys and girls and
is designed to promote salvation, char-
acter and self-esteem through the game
of basketball.
11U TRAVEL BASEBALL: An
11U travel baseballteam 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 501-35A,
LITTLE LEAGUE: Registration
for the 2007 season at Crestviev. Little
League will be held on Dec. 9, Jan. 20,
Jan. 27 and Feb. 3, with locations to be
announced. Children ages 5 to 16 who
live within the Crestview Little League
boundaries are eligible to enroll to play
baseball or fast pitch softball.


Registranon is required even if the child
played previously. Parents can find
more information online at
www.eteamzcom/Crestviwll, or call
423-1011 and leave, message. Formore
information on Little. Leiage, visit- th
Little League Web site at www.linle-
league.org.
CLAY SHOOT. The OWC-Beach
Baik Sporting Clays tournament ill
take place Nov. 18 at the Shoal River
Sporting Clays in Cresrview.oin 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-
tioxi,org.
CHARITY GOLF ''UItNA-
MENT! The Golf Cluib at BIuwater
Bay will be the setting for Bridgeway
Center, Inc.'s Chanty Golf.Toumnament
to be held Nov. 18.. All proceds will
benefit Bridgeway .'Center, Inc.'s
Families in Crisis Program, specifically
parenting classes for \icims of domes-


tic violence. The tournament is a four-
person scramble, with a shotgun start at
9 a.m. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and
is $65 per person. Fee includes green
fees, cart, practice balls, and refresh-
ments. Mulligans are available at regis-
tration for $5/each, with a limit of four
per person. Awards will be presented to
tournament winners. Emerald Air is
sponsoring a Hole-In-One Contest val-
ued up to $10,000. A silent auction will
also be held, and door prizes will be
given. For further information, contact
Patty Partin, tournament coordinator for
Bridgeway Center, Inc., at 850-833-
7501, or by e-mail at pparin@bridge-
way.org. Registration deadline was
November 14.
CHEERLEADING FUNDRAIS-
ER: The Davidson Middle School
cheerleading squad is selling raffle tick-
ets to raise money for its trip to a com-
petition in Jacksonville in January. Top
prize is a set of Sorrelli jewelry. Second
prize is a day spa-package valued at
$250. Tickets are $5 per chance. To pur-
chase a ticket, contact any Davidson
cheerleader or mother, or contact spon-
sor Melissa Walts at the school at (850)
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4B I Crestview News Bulletin SPORTS


aF Fan winner


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Jeff Shaffer (right) receives a $25 Beef O'Brady's Fan of the
Week gift certificate from Beef O'Brady's Jessy Campbell.
Shaffer attended the Baker-Jay football game on Nov. 3.




Crestview
Coach: Jeff Fowler (sixth season)
2005-06 results: 12-12 record, 5th at District 1-2A
tournament, 15th at Region 1-2A tournament, 24th at
FHSAA Class 2A state finals
2006-07 district and opponents: District 1-2A
with Choctawhatchee, Fort Walton Beach, Mosley, Pace,
Rutherford and Tate.

Outlook
Fowler expects this to be the first in a string of highly successful
seasons for the wrestling program. The Dawgs lost Thomas Bortner
(Class 2A state runner-up at 215 pounds). But a trio of regional
qualifiers Nate Johnson, Nick Panucci and Artum Pazych return
to anchor the lineup. Crestview could have varsity veterans in seven
other weight classes, and the Dawgs have talented youngsters
pushing to crack the lineup up and down the roster. Crestview
boasts nearly 50 wrestlers in its room in all. "I honestly think we
have what is necessary to win a district title," Fowler said. "Top to
bottom, we are the most solid we've ever been." Crestview's busy
schedule includes three home duals events, the Panhandle
Championships, and a January trip to Maryland.

Nate Johnson's breakdown
General outlook: "I think we're looking better than ever. We
have a lot of new young guys who are working hard."
Strength of the team: "We all have a lot of speed and
endurance. The lower weight classes have a lot of speed and a lot
of strength. The upper weight classes have some really strong
freshman guys coming out."
Something to improve: "I would say there is a lot of inexperi-
ence and that could hurt us."
Favorite Coach Fowler saying: "That can go in the paper?
Probably 'Don't sacrifice the move for speed.' That means if you are
going to do a move, do it right. As long as it looks good and is work-
ing for you, it's OK. If you are doing a move fast and it is not work-
ing for you, then slow it down and get back to the basics."
Move people use in 'play wrestling' that works in real
wrestling: "A hip lock. Grabbing an opponent's head and arm and
pulling the opponent over your hip and landing on top of him."


Schedule
Event
Fort Walton Beach Invitational
Quad Meet with Pace, Tate and
Choctaw at Davidson Middle School
Gulf Breeze
Capital City Classic at Florida State
Tri Meet with Rutherford and Niceville
Fort Walton Beach Beast at the Beach
Patriot Classic at Northern (Md.)
at South Walton with Bozeman
CHS Panhandle Championships
Marianna Duals


Varsity returnees
Name (2005-06 weight) Grade
Cory Dye (103) 10
Chelsea Gardner (112) 12
Kyle Goshorn (152) 10
Daniel Horne (119) 12
Daniel Johnson (103) 10
Nate Johnson (130) 12 34-13
Kenny Lindros (119) 11
Kyle Miller (112) 11
Nicholas Panucci (140) 11 15-26
Artum Pazych (171) 12 19-13
Trevor Sauls (Hwt) 10


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Travis Barnhill
Alexis Brand
Kevin Carter
Zack Carty
Josh Chapman
Aaron Dean
Matt DeFranza
Cory Dye
Kurtis Finn
Ryan Foust
George Frye
Chelsea Gardner
Jordan Gregory
Kyle Goshorn
Robert Hansford
Levi Hendrix
Daniel Home
Ryan Jacobs
Daniel Johnson
Nathan Johnson
Kenny Lindros
Kyle Lusk
Michael Mason
Kyle Miller
Carlos Natal
Andrew Noe
Zachary Olson
Nicholas Panucci
Artum Pazych
Sammy Qadar
Max Rigtrup
Anthony Rivera-Rodriguez
Eric Roland
Bradley Russell
Trevor Sauls
Jacob Sgro
Harrison Slayton
Colin Smith
Fric Smith
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10 Joseph Sporer
9 NickStumbaugh
9 Garret Toole
10 Daniel Winstead
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11-16
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HIGH SCHOOLS
Football
Region 1-4A quarterfinals
Nov.10
Milton 10, Crestvlew 3
Uncoln 33, Wolfson 0
Pace 26, Navarre 7
Mosley 17, First Coast 14
Region 1-4A semifinals
Nov. 17
Lincoln (6-3) at Milton (8-3)
Mosley (7-3) at Pace (8-3)
Region 1-4A championship
Semifinal winners
Region 1-2B semifinals
Nov.10
Chipley 20, Northview 14
Blountstown 50, Baker 6
Region 1-2B championship
Nov. 17
Chlpley (7-4) at Blountstown (11-0)
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Nov. 11
FHSAA Class 3A State Finals
Team scores
Satellite 55, ChIles 126, St. Thomas
Aquinas 131, Plant 139, Vanguard 140,
Wn3non 161, Fort Myers 185. Barren Collier
269 Fon Warson Beach 300, Seminole 316
Leon 342, Lely 360. Lake Region 372 Neass
375, Ridgevlew 378, Choctawhatchee 384,
Manatee 426, Gulf 430, Mariner 439,
Rockledge 462, Brandon 475, Titusville 574,
Martin County 574, South Fork 686.
Crestvlew 44. Lauren Day 21:27.
BOYS SOCCER
Nov. 7
Nlceville 6, Creltvlew 0
Crestvlew 0 0 0
NIcevllle 2 4 6


Nov. 9'
Pace 3, Crestview 0


Pace
Crestvlew
District
Dlstr
Team
Choctawhatchee
Niceville
Pace
Tate
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Crestview


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GIRLS SOCCER
Nov. 7
Tate 4, Crestvlew 1
Crestvlew 0 1 1
Tate 1 3 4
Crestview goal Leigh Hooker (PK).
District standings
District 1-5A
Team W L T
Niceville ... 3 0 0
Tate 2 1 0
Fort Walton Beach 1 2 0
Pace 1 2 0
Choctawhatchee 0 1 0
Crestview 0 2 0
LOCAL SPORTS
AUTO RACING
EMERALD COAST DRAGWAY
Fell Series Points Standings
(Through two races)
Suoer Pro


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Eric Batista heads a ball during the Crestview boys soccer
team's 3-0 loss against Pace on Nov. 9. The Dawgs' next home
contest is scheduled for Nov. 27. City of Crestview youth soccer
players who attend the match will be admitted for free. Youths
must wear their uniform shirt and be accompanied by a parent.
The JV match starts at 5 p.m., with the varsity to follow.


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season. Troy also was one of
the last 32 teams left in the.
SNCAA tournament.
"They just want to win,
and they don't care how they
do it," Thomason said. "Even
at the camps, when we were
playing little games, we all
wanted to win."
Thomason's big bat
should fit right in the Trojan'
lineup. Troy finished second
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final Jemigan Sr. 12, Brett Glbbens 12,
,hlle Sowell 11, Jerry Brooks 11, Artice
ipper 11, J.R. Gibbens 10, Heather Tindle
,.David Seay 9, Melvin Tompklns 9, Chad
aft 9, Casey Smith 9, Sharon Hashem 8,
sine Capers 8, Bryant Walding 8, Greg
llie 8, Heath Fillmore 7, Joann Pynes 7,
chael Dean 7, Mike Turpentine 7, Ray
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xth in the country in batting
average in 2006.
"For them to make an
investment like this in J.L.
ells J.L. and tells us a lot
bout what kind of player he
," Gillis said.
Troy expected to sign up
13 players this month.
rojans coach Bobby Pierce
expects Thomason's class to
take an immediate impact.
"This is the best group of
igh school talent, collec-
vely, that we have signed


Tom Hayes 7, Shane Schulman 7, Junior
Dady 6, Doug Simmons 6, Jason Kirby 6,
Paul Richardson 6, Charlie Johnson 6, Mike
Miller 6, David Reynolds 6, Donald Dady 5,
Larry Green 5, Jennifer Groves 5, Mike
Turpentine 5, Clay Kinsey 5, Gary McNeil 5,
John Ranger 5, Jason Cahoon 5, Bill Thorne
5, Jennifer Koch 4, Nick Carroll 4, Danny
Toole 4, Larry Barbarow 4, Shan Cloud 4,
Todd Godwin 4, Gary McArthur 4, Kristi Berry
3, Terry Vickers 3, Jerry McAtee 3, Hershel
Slade 3, Wade Kirby 3, Matt Nowling 2,
Robbie McLaney 2, Steve Hunter 2.


at Troy University," Pierce
said in a statement released
by the school. "Not only
does the athletic ability of
the group fit well into our
system, we are convinced
each of the players offers
great character to our pro-
gram. I expect many posi-
tive contributions from this
recruiting class."
Thomason plans to major
in accounting or business. He
also led the Crestview foot-
ball team in tackles this fall.


Pro/Sportsman
Matt Nowling 24, Paul Romel 21, Jim
Griffiths 19, Wilbur Baxley 17, Jason Woods
17, Harry Green 17, Rick Amendt 15, Chris
Nelson 15, Bruce Berntsen 15, Darren
Chitty 15, Missy Sowell 14, Tiffany Sowell
13, Randy Walker 113, Larry Moore 12,
Chad Craft 12, Rick Thomley 11, Kieth Kelly
11, Joey Branhof 10, Henry Anglin 10, Dan
Beight 9, Lyle Smith 8, Jason Cote 8, Bill
Rennie 7, Mike Jubinski 7, Perry Strehle 7,
Brent Wolfe 6, Jason Chitty 6, Lewin Lloyd
6, Zack Hammett 6, Larry Brown 6, Mike
Luvera 5, Patrick Butler 5, Larry Boudreaux
5, Gene Chitty 5, R.D. Helsm 5, Harvy
Enfinger 5, Don Martin 5, Aaron Broxon 5,
Rick Pinch 5, Bobby Powell 4, David
O'Conner 3, Robert Overly 3, Phil Reed 3,
James Puckett 2, David Schofield 2, Jim
Dion 2, Darrell Ardiss 2, Brian Anglin 2,
Chris Coppinger 2, Robb Bush 2, Sal
Martinez 2.
Junior Dragsters
Matthew Chavers 11, Tiffany Adkinson 9,
Lucas Thompson 8, Kyle Kirkland 7, Max
Gibbens 7, D.J. Martin 7, Dylan Chitty 7,
Katie Berry 6, Dustin Mack 6, Kayla McLain
6, T.J. Tindle 6, Dylan Craft 5, Mary. Ella
McLain 5, Alicia Morgan 4, Brandon Berry 3,
Dianna Humpert 2, David Berry 2, Ryan
Johnson 2.
Street ET
Mike Jubinski 8, Darrell Ardis 8, Joey
Branhof 6, Patrick Butler 5, Darren Wood 4,
Larry Hall 3, Jason Peter 3, Tony Hood 3,
Justin Davis 2, Michael Nelson 2.
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.
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Nov. 9
1st place (10 under).- Ron Magruder,
Neil Locke, Aaron Daniel, Eric Zimmerman.
2nd place (8 under) David Smith,
David Hinnant, Mike Rees-Evans, Robert E.
Tilley, Jimmy Johnson.
3rd place (7 under) Fred Schneider,
Claude Stiles, Melvin Cox, Jerry Devoy, Paul
Coyne.
4th place (6 under) Jack Patten,
Lavaughn Dorman, Jim Fogle, Jesse Greer.
5th place (6 under) Brett Phillips,
Brian Kamrowskl, Bryan Davis, Gene Kester.
The next Thursday Lowball is Thursday
at 8 a.m. Call (850) 682-2012 for details.
Sunday Lowball
Nov. 12
1st place (11 under) Don Keamey,
Jesse Dennis, Hal Jelllson, Richard Lawson,
Don Widmaler.,
2nd place (11 under) Jeff Holmes,
Bob Tilley, Bill Burgess, Brad Gutnik.
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"For (Troy) to make an
iin'vestment like this in
J.1. tills J.L. and tells us
a lot about what kind of
player he is."


TIM GILLIS
CHS baseball coach on.
senior J.L. Thomaron's
choice to play at Troy


GRAD, from page 1B


Stephens compiled an 8-2
record with two saves and a,
1.89 ERA. Stephens struck
out 59 ;batters and walked.
just eight.
His efforts helped
Alabama Southern to a 40-15
record. The Eagles climbed
as high as 17th in the nation-
al junior college polls.
"When we got him, he'
was a year off of arm surgery
and his velocity was around
80 to 82 mph, but he was


throwing well," Alabama
Southern coach Scot Sealy
said. "He took advantage of
the year and learned how to
pitch and got his velocity
back around 86 to 89 mph.
"He's a big game pitcher
and a tremendous kid both
on and off of the field."
Stephens earned tri-MVP
honors during his senior sea-
son at Crestview. Stephens'
progress doesn't surprise
CHS coach Tim Gillis.


"He came off of that injury
and worked hard to get back
to where he was, and he
exceeded where he was to
start," Gillis said. "That shows
you the kind of worker and
the kind of competitor he is."
Stephens said. Crestview
fans might not recognize his
frame he has put on 20
pounds of muscle but
should recognize his game.
"I'm still trying to throw
strikes and get batters out,"


he said. "Hopefully I can go
to Samford and be the No. 1
guy and try to do the same
things I did at Alabama
Southern."
Samford went 34-25 last
season and won the OVC
regular season title. The
Bulldogs came within one
inning, of an NCAA
Tournament berth.
Stephens plans to major in
business or management. He
also had interest from Troy.


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6B I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL


Free jazz concert Nov. 28


"Raiders of the Lost Art"

The jazz ensemble
"Raiders of the Lost Art"
will present a fall concert on
Tuesday, November 28 at
7:30 pm at The Arts Center
at Okaloosa-Walton College
in Niceville. The concert is
free of charge and will be
presented in the main the-
ater of The Arts Center.
The jazz ensemble com-
prises students, alumni and
faculty of OWC and the
University of West Florida
and is led by Cheryl "Dr.
Diva" Jones. The free con-
cert will include a great line-
up of jazz favorites includ-
ing the music of Duke
Ellington, Glenn Miller,
Dizzy Gillespie, Freddie
Hubbard, and more. Jones
and Company vocalist,
Cheryl Jones, aligns her
musical expertise with this
"big band" ensemble for an
evening of fun with a touch
of "class".


Musicians include: vocal-
ists Jane Vega and Patty
Harcrow-Orr; Jim Schell,
tenor saxophone; Daniel
Hutson, alto sax; Jennifer
Morgan, trumpet; Jace
Delgado, trumpet; Geoff
Strawn, trumpet; Jim
Remsburg, bass; Nick
Mazzilli, bass; Rudy
Applewhite, steel drums;
Jesse Schofield, piano,
french horn; Micha McLain,
drums; and Jake Colvinator,
guitar.
The Arts Center at OWC
is a $25 million fine and per-
forming arts complex that is
the finest venue on the
Emerald Coast. It is easily
accessible via the mid-bay
bridge, Interstate 10 and
state highways 85 and 285.
For directions or informa-
tion see The Arts Center
website at owc.edu/arts or
contact the box office at
(850) 729-6000.


Antioch studies M


Antioch EledIT~loty Kintlergarteri students studied the let-
ter M with JMuifinsfdf'Mom. Mrs. Dawn O'Hara :and her
son Jacob enjoyed the bread of learning with Mlrs. 'Delilah"
Lewis. (photo submitted)


Thomas attends


Judson reception


sara I nomas ot urestview, -la., a new student at Juason
College in Marion, Ala., attended the annual President's
Reception on Sept. 7. Pictured with her is college presi-
dent Dr. David Potts. (photo submitted)


Antioch Readers


Front row Left to Right: Micha "Thunderfoot" McLain,
Drums; Jim Schell, Tenor Saxophone; Cheryl "Dr. Diva"
Jones, Director; Daniel "Big Bizness" Hutson, Alto Sax;
Rudy AppleWhite "AppleSeed", Steel Drums.
Back Row (left to right): Jake Colvinator, Guitar; Jennifer
Morgan, Trumpet; Jace Delgado, Trumpet; Jesse "Salmon
Pattie" Schofield, Piano; Patty Harcrow-Orr, Vocal; Nick
Mazzilli "Nicholai Sanchez", Bass;
(Not Shown): Jim Remsburg "The Bass Jinn", Bass; Jane
Vega, Vocal; Geoff "El Jaff'e" Strawn, Trumpet.

NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT
OF ORDINANCES
Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code and Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the
Crestview City Council proposes to adopt the following ordinances set forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1313
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING ORD 13131
FOR REZONING OF 26.75 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROP- ARENARD
ERTY LOCATED IN SECTIONS 35 AND 36, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 24 WEST, FROM INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (M-1) TO MULTI-FAMI- Rf
LY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-2); PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE
CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.. ENISE
ORDINANCE NO. 1314 o"
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING ADDIS PL
FOR REZONING OF 18.34 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROP-
ERTY LOCATED IN SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 24 -
WEST, FROM COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) TO MULTI-FAMILY
DWELLING DISTRICT (R-2); PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE
CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PRO- PON" CENTER RD
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1315
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING ARENARD
FOR REZONING OF 1.66 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER-
TY LOCATED IN SECTIONS 29 AND 32, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE
23 WEST FROM OKALOOSA COUNTY ZONING DISTRICT OF BUSINESS
GENERAL (BG) TO CITY OF CRESTVIEW ZONING DISTRICT OF MULTI- ORD 1314
FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (R-3); PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE
CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. .p ,
ORDINANCE NO. 1316 A S PL
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING
FOR REZONING OF 3.78 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER-
TY, LOCATED IN SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, P
FROM COMMERCIAL (C-1) ZONING DISTRICT TO PLANNED UNIT P cTERd RD
DEVELOPMENT (PUD 06-02) ZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR
AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING
MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1317 O' 1 R QAKi
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING hTh
FOR REZONING OF 1.36 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER- N-ND ID
TY LOCATED IN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST,,.
FROM COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) TO SINGLE FAMILY DWEjLING, a '
DISTRICT (.-.); PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OFTHE CRESTVIEW ZON- -
ING MAP" PROVIDING OR~SVERABL T, AND'PhiVIDilIG "FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1318 -
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING ORD # 1315
FOR REZONING OF 10.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER-
TY, LOCATED IN SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST,
FROM COMMERCIAL (C-1) ZONING DISTRICT TO PLANNED UNIT _,
DEVELOPMENT (PUD 06-03) ZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR "
AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING HUG.QLN
MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE. \ I I I _-
ORDINANCE NO. 1319 PLA AVE .
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA PROVIDING
FOR REZONING OF 13.66 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER-
TY, LOCATED IN SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, ORD # 1316 --- -
FROM COMMERCIAL (C-1) ZONING DISTRICT TO PLANNED UNIT -
DEVELOPMENT (PUD 06-04) ZONING DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR
AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING
MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE. BARNHILL RD
The public hearing in conjunction with the second reading of the
ordinances will be held on Monday, November 27, 2006 at 6:00 p.m., A P I
in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, -.-- b6 A_
Florida. --
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the City
Council meeting and to provide written and/or verbal comments on
the matters under consideration. The ordinances are available for .n n... t f-
public inspection during normal business hours at the Administrative ,
Services Department, City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, I PLN ROADI
Florida from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. .-I- iv I _j
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not discrimi- I
nate upon the basis of any individual's disability status. Anyone __ NVE JORD 1317
requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for in the
Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and participation
in the meeting should contact the Office of the City Clerk at (850) .. ..
682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make r E RECSTO \~E
appropriate arrangements. l=
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council coV L.-RD
with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or public hear-
ing such person will need a record of the proceedings and for such
purpose, such person may need to insure that a verbatim record of -
the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
any evidence upon which
the appeal is to be j- -l l -' L
based. [. L r-T\ ."', r ^L..lJ.i..........


The City of Crestview
supports "Equal
O p p or t u n i t y
Employment, Housing
and Providing Handicap
Access".


Antioch Elementary School celebrates reading with
monthly Accelerated Reader luncheons with their princi-
pal, Mrs. Robinson. This month's featured students are
Skyler Henderson, Cristina Metral, Marcus Flavors, Roy
Chavez, Kayleigh Taylor, and Jennifer Robinson.


Janice F. Young
City Clerk
November 15, 2006









WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2006 LOCAL


Eat safely this
holiday season:
Tips on avoiding
food poisoning
WASHINGTO, DC -
Thanksgiving and the hol-
iday season iare fast
approaching and plans are
undoubtedly under way in
kitchens across America
for the family feasts, to
come. The Amrerican
College of Emergency
Physicians reminds every-
one that even meals pre-
pared by the most loving
of cooks can become
unhealthy if food is
improperly stored, han-
dled and cooked.
"Food poisoning is
often the unfortunate
result of some of the most
anticipated meals of the
year," said Dr. Brian
Keaton, president of
ACEP, "When you're
preparing a holiday dinner
for large numbers of peo-
ple, sometimes the every-
day safety tips people fol-
low in the kitchen are not
maintained as crowded
ovens and refrigerators
result in food not being
prepared or handled in the
safest way."
The Centers for Disease
Control estimates that
food borne diseases cause
approximately 76 million
illnesses each year. The
most severe cases of food
poisoning result in 325,000
hospitalizations and 5,000
deaths in the United States
each year. Food poisoning
can be caused by bacteria
or by the toxins produced
by bacteria already in the
food.
Most cases of food poi-
soning run their course in
a couple of days, and
symptoms usually begin
from two hours to two
days after eating the taifit-
ed food. The symptoms
are similar to those of the
flu and should be treated
the same. These syinptoms
include headache, nausea,
yomitirg, diarrhea 'and
abdominal pain. Food'di'-"
soning especially can be
dangerous to young chil-
dren and the elderly.
"I's important-for those
who may have eaten taint-
ed food to prevent dehy-
dration," said Dr. Keaton.
"As soon as they are able
to keep liquids down they
should drink water, diliut-
ed fruit juice or weak tea,
Adults can handle dehy-
dration much better than
children, so parents should
keep a dose eye on chil-
dren experiencing these
symptoms. If symptoms
continue for more than 24
hours or if someone is
unable to drink any liquids
contact your primary care
physician or visit the
emergency department."
ACEP suggests the fol-
lowing safety tips to
reduce the chances of food
poisoning:
Always follow recom-
mended precautions for food
handling and preparation.
Check expiration Or sell-
by dates on food labels; don't
consume food with expired
labels.
Wash hands before
preparing food, and always
wash hands, utensils and
countertops thoroughly
immediately after handling
raw foods.
Be sure frozen poultry
and meat are fully defrosted
before they are cooked.
Defrost foods in a microwave
oven or refrigerator.
Cook meat, poultry, fish
and eggs thoroughly to kill
harmful bacteria.
Never keep food lukewarm
for long periods; bacteria can


multiply without obvious
signs of spoilage.
Refrigerate raw foods
and leftovers promptly,
because bacteria multiple
rapidly; discard perishable
food left at room temperature
longer than 2 hours.
ACEP is committed to
advancing emergency care
through continuing educa-
tion, research and public
education.


Covenant Hospice announces November's Volunteers of the Month


Covenant Hospice's
Crestview branch named
the Airport Church of
Christ Ladies as their
November Volunteers of
the Month. The group has
taken on sewing projects to
benefit Covenant Hospice's
Alzheimer's patients. The
"busy aprons" (shown) pro-
vide Alzheimer's patients
with activities like button-
ing, zipping and tying,
keeping hands dexterous
and minds active.


Volunteer services manag-
er, Donna Chapman, pre-
sented the group with a cer-
tificate of appreciation for
their efforts.
Names from left to right:
(back row, standing) Sue
Settles, Charlotte Tracy,
Lorene Owen, Blaine
Cooper, Shirley Mangrum
(center, standing) Donna
Chapman (front row, sitting)
Nell Lawson, Louise
Wildberger, Beverly Mann,
Bernice Elliott


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8B t Crestview News Bulletin


LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2006


COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS


Please turn in your commu-
nity news briefs to the News
Bulletin by 5 p.m. on the
Thursday prior to publica-
tion.


NOVEMBER
CRAFTER'S COUNTRY
FAIR: The First Baptist Church
of Baker will be holding a country
fair on November 18, from 10:00
a.m. 2:00 p.m. Unique gifts,
jewelry, holiday decorations,
concessions and much more will
be at this year's fair.
Funds from the sale will ben-
efit the youth department. For
more information contact Wendy
at 537-2993.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
CLASS SCHEDULE: The
Department of Health Safety for
the American Red Cross of
Northwest Florida has
announced the following
November class schedules for
Okaloosa and Walton Counties.
To sign up for all classes please
go to The Red cross web site at
www.northwestflorida.redcross.o
rg.
Nov. 16, Nov 30: 6pm 10pm,
CPR-Adult / Nov. 17: 6pm -
10pm, CPR/AED-Adult / Nov. 18:
8am 6pm, CPR for the
Professional Rescuer / Nov. 18:
8am 5pm, Standard First Aid
with CPR- Adult, Child and Infant
/ Nov. 21: 6pm 10pm, CPR-
Adult, Child Infant / Nov. 22:
8am 3pm, Standard First Aid
with CPR- Adult / Nov. 25: 8am -
5pm, Standard First Aid with
CPR- Adult, Child and Infant /
Nov. 25: 9am 5pm, Babysitter
Training / Nov. 25: 10am- 2pm,
Pet First Aid
BAKER WATER SYSTEM
MEETING: The next annual
meeting of the Baker Water
System will take place at the
water system office on Nov. 20 at
7 p.m. All BWS customers are
encouraged to attend.
FACES OP LIFE BOOK
SIGNING: For National Hospice
Month, Covenant Hospice will
present its new book, Faces of
Life, at the Robert L.F. Sikes
Public Library, 1445 Commerce
Drive, Crestview, from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m.
The book costs $29.95, and
its proceeds will be used for
unfunded or underfunded pro-
grams and indigent patient care.
For more information, call 682-
3628.
'ADDICTION AND THE HOLI-
DAYS: .Are you having a hard
time .getting into the spirit of
things because you have a loved
one struggling with addiction?


Do you not know what to do to
help? Call Narconon today at
800-468-6933 or log onto
www.stopaddiction.com now.
RED CROSS CHRISTMAS
TREES: This year the American
Red Cross has teamed up with
their friends across Okaloosa
County to bring you a Christmas
Tree lot in Crestview, North
Okaloosa County. They will have
Frasier Fir Christmas trees from
the mountains of North Carolina,
wreaths, a beverage station for
hot chocolate and cider. Shhh-
there will also be visits from spe-
cial holiday friends. Make it a
family event and come buy your
tree from usl
The lot opens Nov. 24th from
12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. And
then, Monday Friday 3:00
p.m. 7:00 p.m.; Saturday-
10:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m.; Sunday -
12:00 7:00 p.m.
SENIOR BINGO: The Ladies
Aux. of the Knights of Columbus
is sponsoring a free Senior Bingo
event Nov. 16 at the Knights of
Columbus Hall. Games start at
10:30 and lunch will be provided.
If you are a senior citizen and
would like to attend, please call
689-2487 or 682-9695 for reser-
vations and information.
DOLL SHOW: The 7th
Annual Northwest Florida Doll
Show is scheduled for November .
19th at the Fort Walton Beach
Creative Senior Center :on
Memorial Parkway.
The event will feature vin-
tage, modern and collectible
dolls and bears of every decade..
The show opens at 9 a.m. and.
runs until 3 p.m. The charge for
admission is $2 per person; chil-
dren over 12 years old $1.00,;
children under 12 are free.
Contact Jackie Fleming at.
833-9586 for more information.
JAMES BOND: The
Crestview Cinema III will be
showing Casino Royale starting
this Friday, November 17. The
cinema will be holding special
showings on Friday at 1:00 p.m.,
4:15 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. Come
join the 007 excitement!
HOLT ANTIQUES DAY NOV.
18: Artists and craftsmen are
wanted to participate in the Holt
Antiques, Crafts, Art & More
event at First Baptist Church
Nov. 18 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Antiques dealers will be on
site to give verbal appraisals of
your antiques (up to 3 items for a
cost of $6.
Vendors may rent a table for:
$25 to sell, demonstrate or demo
their business. Vendors keep all
their profits.
Some childcare crafts and
games will-be available for $5


per hour. For more information,
contact Trina at 305-6349 or
Dave at 305-6350.
DECEMBER
"HOLIDAY TREASURES -
UNLOCK THE MAGIC": is the
theme for the 2006 Fort Waltonr
Beach Christmas Parade. This
year's event is scheduled for
Monday, December 4, 2006 at
6:30 p.m. Mayor Mike Anderson
will serve as the Grand Marshal
in-this annual event, which kicks
off the Holiday Season along the
Emerald Coast:
As always, the last float in the
parade will feature.Santa Claus
accompanied by his elves which
will be dispersing Christmas can-
dies to the children, both young
and old.
To obtain a parade entry
application, or receive additional
information on the Christmas
Parade, please' contact Linda
Sinwelski at the Parks &
Recreation Department at 833-
9576. The. deadline to submit
your parade application is.
November 29,2006 at 5:00 PM.
"CHRISTMAS ON THE
COAST": The Pensacola
Children's Chorus' presents its
annual production of "Christmas
on the Coast" December 7, 8 & 9
at 7:30 p.m., and will offer a new
matinee performance this year at
2:30 p.m. on Sunday, December'
10. All performances take place
at the Pensacola Saenger
Theatre in downtown Pensacola.
Tickets are on sale at the
Saenger Theatre Box Office, at
all TicketMaster outlets, and at
www.ticketmaster.com, or charge
by phone by calling 850-434-
7444. Prices are $26.00, $23.00
and $12.00. The price includes a,
$2.00 facility fee and tickets are
also subject to an additional box,
office processing fee at the time'
of purchase.
CHRISTMAS IN CRESTVIEW
TOUR OF HOMES: The GFWC
Woman's Club of Crestview,
Inc.'s Annual "Christmas in
Crestview Tour of Homes will be
held on Sun., Dec. 3 from 2 to 5
p.m. Several local homes will be
beautifully and lovingly decorat-
ed for the holidays. Every home
will be unique and inspiring, and'.
refreshments will be served at
the Clubhouse Building at 150
Woodlawn Drive, Crestview
(behind Woodlawn Baptist
Church).
Tickets are $10 for adults and
$5 for children under 12. For.
information or tickets, please call
682-1963, '682-1777, or 683-.
9117. Proceeds will go to club.
charities.
SENIOR CHRISTMAS
PARTY: E-lder---ServiGes of
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Okaloosa County will be holding
its -Annual Countywide Senior
Christmas Party Wednesday,
December 13, 2006 at the BPOE
Elks. Lodge, Okaloosa Island.
Reservations are limited to the
first 150 guest and maybe made
by calling 833-9165; The event
will include a traditional holiday
meal, entertainment, door prizes
and special guests.
The event is supported by the
BPOE Elks Lodge, Niceville
ROTC, and Gulf Power
Companies. Call today to make
a reservation.
CHRISTMAS PARADE: The
"2006 Downtown Crestview
Christmas Parade" will be on
Saturday, December 2 at 5:30
p.m. The parade will follow the
traditional (south to north) route
through downtown Crestview.
Santa Claus will ride in the
parade and will greet and hear
about wish list items immediately
following the parade.
A record number of area busi-
nesses, churches, organizations,
school groups, bands and Indi-
viduals are expected to be in the
parade this year. Plaques will be
awarded to first and second
place float entry participants.
Volunteers are still needed; If
you would like to participate,
please call Kim Gerhardt at 758-
7536 or Mickey Rytman at 974-
4369.
CALL FOR ARTISTS: The
GFWC Milton Women's Club
needs artists for its Christmas on
the River event. Dates and times
are Dec. 1, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
and Dec. 2, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
South Riverwalk Park and Willing
Street in downtown Milton, Arts
and crafts vendors are invited to
participate.
The booth tee Is $50. For an
application call 850-983-8310 or
email: COTR06@aol.com.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
COLLEGIATE HIGH
SCHOOL APPLICATIONS: The
OWC Collegiate High School, a
public charter school for 10th,
11th and 12th graders, located
on the Nicevllle campus of
Okaloosa-Walton College antici-
pates openings in the 10th and
11th grade for the: January sec-
ond semester. Students interest-
ed in earning a college degree
and their high school diploma at
the same time should call the
Collegiate High School, 729-
4949, for application information
or .visit the website. at
www.owcollegiatehigh.org.
The Collegiate High School
has recently been nationally rec-
ognized as a 2006 Blue Ribbon
School. Applications for the
upcoming 2007-2008 school year


will be accepted in February
2007.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are
needed to invest their time and
skills in North Okaloosa YMCA. If
you have a service to offer, time
to volunteer, or would like addi
tional information, please con-
tact Volunteer Coordinator
Susan Goff at 682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE EMERALD
COAST: Adult and Teen volun-
teers are needed. Volunteers
serve in different ways to assist
both the patient and the entire
family. If you are interested, but
fear you might be uncomfortable:
working directly with patients,
lel's explore other areas of vol-
unteerism such as clerical,
fundraising, bereavement and
public relations opportunities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
Volunteer Coordinator, at 850-
689-0300.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SER-
VICES FOR PREGNANT
WOMEN: If you are pregnant
and concerned about alcohol and'
drugs, free and confidential help
is available. All pregnant women
are eligible for priority substance
abuse treatment services.
Women's Intervention
Services & Education can pro-
vide information and assist you
in getting the help you need.
WISE serves as a client advo-
cate and coordinator of services
for pregnant women with sub-
stance abuse problems.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and. Alcohol
Council. For more information,
call (850) 689-4024 in Crestview
or (850) 833-3729 in Fort Walton
Beach.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Volunteer Organizations Active
in Disasters needs volunteers to
work in the Emergency
Operations Center assisting
county personnel in the event of
any natural or manmade disaster
affecting Okaloosa County.
Okaloosa County Public
Safety will open the EOC, locat-
ed at the Okaloosa County:
Courthouse in Shalimar, when a
disaster occurs. There will be a
need for data entry volunteers.
For.'more information,: please
contact Yvonne Earle at (850)
863-1530, extension 230.
THE MARCH OF DIMES: For
information on grants and how
you can help in the fight or save
babies, contact your local March
of Dimes office or visit www.mar-
chofdimes.com. For sponsorship
and ticket information call (850)
432-5014.
BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: If
you: are looking for local history,
artifacts, photos, and a good
.. ; ( -, -e.i. ,1 f n .:it-


selection of area newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday Friday
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and
the third Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m., with special tours
available upon request. For more
information, call the museum at
537-5714. Jeanette Henderson
at 850-537-4401, or send an
email to
bakermuseum @ aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER
DRIVERS: Volunteers are need-
ed to drive the DAV van, which
takes veterans to their appoint-
ments at the VA Outpatient Clinic
in Pensacola. You would only
drive two days per month. For
further information, contact the
local Veterans Service Office at
601-A North PearlStreet, or call
689-5922.
SHELTER HOUSE: it costs
more than $100 a day to shelter
a victim of domestic violence.
SFor more information on how you
can help, call 683-0845.
ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
INFORMATION: Located at 132
Butler Avenue at the fire tower
site, the Hub City Environmental
Center offers a free opportunity
to learn about native plants and
animals.
To reserve the park for your
Group, call the Leisure Services
Department at 682-4715.
NARCONON ARROWHEAD:
Narconon, a nonprofit organiza-
tion dedicated to helping those
with drug addictions, is here to
help residents of Escambia and
Okaloosa counties. For help, call
1-800-556-8885. You may also
visit the national web site at
www.stopaddiction.com.
YOUTH FRATERNITY: The
J.R.L. Conyers Masonic Lodge
#364, PHA, sponsor of the
Malcolm N. Haynes Sr. Council
of The Knights of Pythagoras, is
accepting applications for mem-
bership into their youth fraternity.
Membership is open to all young
men from 9 to 17 years old; how-.
ever parent or guardian must
accompany them when filling out
an application.
For more, information and
applications, please contact
:either Thomas D. Dargan, Jr. at
609-0326 or Barney L. Bailey, Jr.
at 689-3773.
DESTIN LA SPANISH
CLASSES: Spanish classes for
children ages 3-10 are held at
Emmanuel Baptist Church in
Crestview on Mondays from 5-
5:45 p.m. Beginner adult classes
are held Tuesdays from 5 to 6:
p.m. at Tall Pines Academy.
Please call (850) 682-0886 to
register now, and visit the Destin
LA web site at
www.DestinLA.com.
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PUBLIC NOTICES


NOTICE OF GROUP I


FIRE COMMISSIONER OPENING

The North Okaloosa Fire District
is seeking a motivated Individ- .
ual to serve their community as
the Group I Commissioner.
Qualifications for the position
Include a desire to Improve fire
service for your community;
residence In the unincorporated
drie of the 5slt 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 mall a resume, and refer-
ences to: NOFD, Attn:
Commissioner Vacancy, P. 0.
Box 973, Creatvlew, FL 32536 or
via e-mail to: nofdadmln@wool-
com.net. Applications will be
accepted until 5:00 p.m.,
November 15, 2006.


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NOTICEOF 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 corner 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,
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 Ia 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 #944 of 2004
Assessed to: Ada Frances
Branch


Description: Re-SID Blk 18
Oakdale M/F Lots 5 & 6 BIk 1
Parcel ID#: 04-3N23-1848-0001-
0050 Opening Bid: 52,764.40
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 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 sl as follows:
Certificate #914 of 2004
Assessed to: Charles Fortney
Description: 10th Add Elllotts Pt
Lot 17 BIk 18
Parcel ID#: 18-2S-23-080L-0018-
0170 Opening Bid: $2,415.97
all of said property being In the
County of Okafoosa, State of
Florida.

Unless the certificate Is
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifl-
cate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door of the
Clerk's Office at the Okeloosa
County Courthouse Annex,
Shallmar, Florida at10:00 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
Blk.3
Parcel IDO: 18-3N-23-0890-0003-
0000 Opening Bid: $801.43
All of said property being In the


County of Okaloosa, State of Florida. bidder at the front door of .the 11/15/06


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 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 slsuance, the name
In which the property is
assessed and the description of
the property Is as follows:
Certificate # 1376 of 2004
Assessed to: Henry Winesett
Description: E165 ft .of Beg
265.51 ft e of NW corner of NE1/4
of NE1/4 S330 ft E 360 ft N 355.21
ft NW alg Rd 361.5 ft S 47.21 ft to
POB
Parcel ID#: 32-3N-23-0000-0002-
0010 Opening Bid: $4,505.65
all of said property being In the
County of Okaloosa, State of
Florida.

Unless the certificate la
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 Okaloose
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 sald 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 # 2004 of 2004
Assessed to: Ethel Price
Description: Beg SW comer Lot
8 BIk 5 Sylvania Hts W 75 ft N 100
ft E 75 ft S 100 ft to Beg
Parcel ID#: 09-2S-24-0000058-
0000 Opening Bid: $2,034.23
all of said property being In the
County of Okaloosa, State of


Unless the certificate Is:
redeemed according to law, the
property described In the certifl-
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.


Clerk's Office at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse Annex''. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Shallmar, Florida at 10:00 a.m. on FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
November 29, 2006. FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
Dated this 18th day of October CASE NO. 2006-CA-2638


2006.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS


Dated this 18th day of October By: Daniel Luke
2006. Deputy Clerk


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS

By: Daniel .uke
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06 .
11101/06
11/08/06
11115/06

NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR
TAX DEED

Notice. ia 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 Ia
assessed and the description of
the property Is as follows:

Certifcate # 2055 of 2004
Assessed to: Charles Edward
Hooks
Description: Plneview S/D Lots 1
& 2 Blk 3
Parcel ID#: 09-2S-24-2070-0003-
0010 Opening Bid' 53,110.20
All of said property being In the-
County of Okeloosa. State of
Florpds..
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 la 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 # 2678 of 2004
Assessed to: Shena D Mulllkin
Description: Brookwood Lot 12
Parcel ID: 16-28-25-0274-000-
0120 Opening Bid: $43,596.64
all of sead 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


10/25/06
11,06/06
11./1506
11/15/06

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

CRESTVIEW WHOLESALE
BUILDING SUPPLY, INC.,
Plaintiff,

vi-va.' : s. :.

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

NOTICE OF ACTION

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

The Cutting Boar., Inc.
Stephen W. House. Agent
Post Office Box 74
Milton. Flonda 32570

YOU ARE NOTIFIED mat an
action has been filed against,
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
Attomey for Plaintiff
S660-A N.Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview. FL 32536
on or before December 1. 2008
Sana file me original witE nme ClerK
of this Court at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, Crestvew,
Florida either before service on
Paintiff's 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: Diarine Love
Deputy Clerk

10/25/06
11/01/06
11/08/06
11/15/06
NOTICE OF SALE FOR
STORAGE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS BELONG-
ING TO THE PARTIES NAMED
BELOW AND LISTED BY UNIT
NUMBER WILL BE SOLD AT
PUBLIC SALE BY DAY'S PAC-
RAT MINI-STORAGE LOCATED
AT 250 S, FERDON BLVD.,
CRESTVIEW, FL, AT 9:00A.M.,
NOVEMBER 27, 2006 UNLESS
CHARGES ARE PAID IN FULL
BEFORE THE TIME OF SALE

KEAUNDRA HART UNIT# 107

11/08/06


FREEMONT INVESTMENT AND
LOAN,
Plaintiff,

vs

JAMES A. CARR, IF LIVING, AND
SIF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN:
-SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES.
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES
LIENORS CREDITORS.
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER.
EST BY THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST, JAMES A CARR.
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JAMES
A. CARR; UNKNOWN TENANT;
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REG-
ISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC.(CMERS),
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur
suant to a Final Juagement ol
Foreclosure dated October 30,
2006, and entered in Case No.
2006-CA-2638, of the Circuit of the
First Judicial Circuit In and for
Okaloosa County, Florida, wherein
FREEMONT INVESTMENT AND
LOAN,is a and Plaintiff JAMES A.
CARR, IF LIVING, AND IF DEAD,
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE.
HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES. LENORS CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN
INTEREST BY THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST, JAMES A.
CARR; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JAMES A. CARR; UNKNOWN
TENANT; MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC.('MERS"), are the
Defendants. I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at
Shalimar Courthouse Annex, front
door, 1250 Eglin Parkway,
Shaltnar, FL 32579, at 11:00 A.M.
S.on November 30,2006, the follow-
ing described property as set forth
In said Final Judgment, to wit:

CONDOMINIUM UNIT 102,
WATERWAY CONDOMINI-
UM, TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN
THE COMMON ELEMENTS,
ACCORDING TO DECLARA-
TION OF CONDOMINIUM
THEREOF RECORDED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
1117, PAGE 212, AS AMEND-
S ED FROM TIME TO TIME,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA

Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60 days of the
sale.

DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: Vicki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk

Dated this 1st day of November,
2006
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons need-
ing a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should, no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the Clerk of the


Court' disability coordinator at
8506517497. 1250 N EGLIN
PKWY. SUITE A114 SHALIMAR,
FL, 32579. it nesnng Impairea
contact (TDDI 800)558771 via
Flonda Relay System

Publish: CRESTVIEW NEWS
BULLETIN

Submitted by: Ben-Ezra & Katz,
P.A., Atty for Plaintiff, 2901 Stirling
Rd, Ste 300, Ft Lauderdale, FL'
33312
Telephone (3051 770-4100
Fax (305) 653-2329

11/08/06' .:
11/15/06 ,

PUBLIC AUCTION

Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
ton November 30, 2006, at 8:00
A.M. for the following described
vehicles:

1993 Ford Tempo
VIN # 1FAPP36X5PK223204

1989 Toyota Cressida
ViN a JT2MX83E6K0034166

The auction will be held at 861 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL,
Danco Transmissions has the right
to turn down any and all bids.
11/15/06

PUBLIC AUCTION

Pursuant to Section 713.75, Florida
Statutes, there will be a public auc-
tion NOVEMBER 27, 2006 at 9:00
A.M. for the following described
vehicles:

1977 CHEVY P/U
VIN # CCD147A153923

The auction will be held at 956 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL,
Crestview Paint n Body has the
right to turn down any and all bids.
11/15/06

NOTICE OF SALE

In accordance with Florida
Statutes, Dansher Mini
Warehouses, located at 1110 N.
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview, Florida
will offer for sale to the highest bid-
der the household and other goods
stored In the below listed units of
Dansher Mini Warehouses. Said
goods are to be sold to recover the
rents not paid by the tenant

Unit #A-20
Brandy Rayben
516 Forrest Court
Crestview, FL 32539

Unit #A-34
Tim Mathews
2987 Adams Road
Crestview, FL 32536
Unit # A-40
Michael Porter
121 Seminole Trail
Crestview, FL 32536

SUnit # B-33
Hazel Polk
6174 Mastel Lane
Crestview, FL 32539
Unit# B-45
Tammy Molinari
544 Mayo Trail
Crestview, FL 32536
Unit # C-40
Chris Senzig
105 Toscanini Ave., Apt 224


Sierra Vista; AZ 85635
Unit a E-1
James Cames
6087 Blueberry Lane
Crestv.ew. FL 32536

The sale shall take place 4th,
December, 2006, at 9:00 a.m., irt ;
the Dansher Mini Warehouses
parking lot.
11/15/06
11/22/06
PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mai
a pucl.c hearing was naid belora
the Boara or Counry
Commissioners or Okeloosa
County, Florida, at the request of
Thomas L. McKrinie, on
November 7th, 2006 at 8:30 A.m.
in the Commissioners' Meeting
Room 101 e. James Lee Blvd.,
RM 120 Crestview, Florida to con-
sider vacation of all or a portion of
Block 11, Oakdale Miniature
Farms Crestview; Florida
described as follows:

The south three hundred feet of
the un-opened twenty-five feet
alley described as all of the alley
platted as twenty five feet wide
lying east of and adjacent to Lots 3
$ 4, Block 11, and west of and
adjacent to Lot 15, Block 11,
Oakdale Miniature Farms, as
recorded in Plat Book 1, Page
129, Public Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida.

SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman .
11/15/06

PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
a public hearing was 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 Comer 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.
SHERRY S. CAMPBELL
Chairman
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THE CNB CALENDAR BON PALS meets every second
If your organization has a regularly Thursday of the month at 6 p.m.
scheduled standing meeting that in the Health Resource Center,
you would like to see in our calen- 127 Redstone Avenue, Suite A,
dar, please mail it to the Crestview in Crestview. For more informa-
News Bulletin, 295 West James Lee tion please call Jody Jacobson at
Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536; FAX it 862-9747 or Betty Weeden at
to 682-2246; or e-mail us at okpub- 682-7848.
lishing@crestviewbulletin.com. EATING DISORDER SUP-
Please label all correspondence: PORT GROUP (ANAD) meets
"Attn Weekly Calendar." each Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
civic Fort Walton Beach Creative
CONCORD LODGE #50 enior Center, 31 Memorial
SCONCORD LODGE #50 Parkway SW. Nationally affiliat-
F&AM holds their regular meet- Parkway SW. Nationally affiliat-
ing at 404 Garden Street, ed; local advisory:board. Call
ing at 404 Garden Street' 796-3277 for information.
Crestview, on the first and third 796-3277 for information.
Monday of each month at 7 p.m. m Th y a
For further information, call 423- iets every Thursday at the
1030.First United Methodist Church,
0The NATIONAL ASSOCIA- 599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview.
TION FOR ACTIVE & RETIRED Room 212. Registration and
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES weigh in begins at 5 p.m., meet-
ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 1428 ing follows.
gets together once a month for LUPUS SUPPORT NET-
gets together once a month for WORK meetings are held on the
11:00 lunch and an 12:00 meet- third Satrda eer mon
ing at Barnhill's in Fort Walton third Saturday of every month at
Beach. the Crestview Public Library in
The next meeting will be the Conference Room.
November 28. Pat Rice will be These support groups are
the guest speaker. For more sponsored and conducted by
information, call 678-567mo8. Lupus Support Network. There is
DISABLED AMERICAN no charge for the meetings and
VETERANS get together every everyone is welcome.
third Tuesday of the month for a Fo.mor information please
6 p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. meeting-all s Support Network at
at the chapters 5296 Hare Street 800-458-8211.
location in Crestview. For infor- SENIOR CIRCLE ACTIVI-
mation, call the chapter office at TIES: To register and make
682-0982 or write them at DAV reservations for all events,
Chapter 57, P.O. Box 63, please call 689-8409 The SC
Crestview, FL 32539. classroom is at 127 E. Redstone
THE WALTON GUARD Avenue in Crestview.
meets at the White Sands Exercise classes Stretch,
Bowling Center in Fort Walton Flex & Tone aerobics every
Beach. The meetings are public. Monday at 9 a.m. in the SC
Contact Cheryl Harris at 244- classroom, at a cost'of $10 per
3053 for details. month. Line Dancing every
The Crestview CON- Tuesday in the SC Classroom at
CERNED CITIZENS GROUP 9 a.m., $10 per month. Water
meets on the first Thursday of aerobics every Wednesday at
every month at 6 p.m. The meet- 10:30 a.m. at Crestview Physical
ings are held in the Fairview Park Therapy, 557 Brookemeade
building on McClelland Street. Drive, Crestview. Cost of $2.50
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE per class or $10 a month.
-On the second Thursday of HOLT FIRE DISTRICT
each month at the American BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
Legion Post 235 in Fort Walton holds their regular scheduled
Beach, the Marine Corps League meetings every third Thursday of
Detachment 915 meets at 7:30 the month at 490 W. Hwy 90,
p.m. Any former or retired Marine Holt, in the community building at
interested in joining should con- 6;30 p.m. The public is encour-
tact Jack Howell at 683-0412 or aged to attend.
Tom Burns at 682-3992. HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
The OLD SPANISH TRAIL holds its regular training meeting
SHRINE CLUB (Hadji Temple), the second and fourth Thursdays
located at 971 West James Lee from 7 p.m. at the fire station
Blvd., has bingo games every located at490W.Hwy 90inHolt.
Thursday night. The club also Persons interested in joining the
offers three $250 jackpots. Call department are welcome to
Robert Boutwell at 682-5087, or attend.
stop by. SOCIAL
ELKS LODGE meets first DOGWOOD GARDEN
and third Thursdays at 127 Pine CLUB meets the 1st Monday of
Avenue in Crestview-Phone each month from September
682-2110. through May at 7:00 p.m. at dif-
SHARING AND CARING, ferent members' homes. For
298 W. Martin Luther King Blvd., more information please call
offers emergency food service to 682-2691 or 682-3639.
the needy from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. EGLIN OFFICERS WIVIES
Monday through Friday (closed CLUB will meet Thursday,
on Thursdays. December 21, at the Eglin
The ORDER OF THE Officers Club. Social will begin at
EASTERN STAR,, Crestview 11 am and lunch will be served at
Chapter #203 holds their regular 11:30 am. The program will be
monthly meetings on the first and the Holiday Program. Please call
third Thursday of each month. Marilyn Bassett at 897-2369 by
Meetings are held at 404 Garden December 14, 2006. for reserva-
Street and start at 7:30 p.m. tions .
HEALTH ADVENTURE CLUB meets
LA LECHE LEAGUE of the several times a month. For more
Central Panhandle (serving information call Clarice Habinck
Walton, Okaloosa, and south at 850-581-4591 or email frek-
Santa Rosa Counties) now lz100@cox.net.
meets on the third Friday of each Thursday, 16 November, 3
month at 10 a.m. in Niceville. PM. Bike ride in Destin, in the
Call 850-420-3900 for more Holiday Isle area. Meet at West
details. Marine parking area, on the
LUPUS SUPPORT NET- south side of Highway 98, just
WORK LSN meets every third east of the intersection of 98 and
Friday of the month at NOMC's Gulf Shore Drive.
Senior Circle Classroom in Saturday, 18 November, 10
Crestview. For more information AM. A Day in the Gulf Shores,
call 1-800-458-8211. Alabama Area. Meet at the
The ALZHEIMER'S SUP- Burger King at the intersection of
PORT GROUP meets on the 2nd Highway 59 and Highway 180 in
Tuesday of every month at 11 Gulf Shores. First we will bike
a.m. in the Covenant Hospice the Gulf Shores Bike Path. The
Community Education Room at bike path is a separate path that
370 W. Redstone Drive in parallels 180 and goes toward
Crestview. Guest speakers, Fort Morgan.
group discussion and support Tuesday, 21 November, 3
from friends are all a part of it. PM. Bike ride in Holley-by-the-
COVENANT HOSPICE ON- Sea/Hidden Creek
GOING GRIEF .SUPPORT Resort/Subdivision in Navarre.
GROUP Covenant Hospice Meet at the Hidden Creek golf
invites anyone who has suffered course club house parking area.
the loss of a loved one to attend The GOLD WING ROAD
this free on-going grief support RIDERS ASSOCIATION
group on the first and third (GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0,
Wednesday of each month from meets at the Ryan's steakhouse
11:00 a.m. to Noon at its on North Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview office located at 370 Crestview, across from WaI-Mart.
W. Redstone Drive. Every third Saturday morning for
The bereavement specialist .breakfast at 8 a.m. and business
will present current information at 9 a.m. Dedicated to the group
on growing through grief, the motto "Friends for fun, safety,
impact of grief, and renewal after and knowledge," members enjoy
loss. "Dutch" lunch follows the the freedom of belonging to a


meeting. For more information, nonprofit, nonreligious, and non-
please contact Charlotte at 682- political organization. There are
3628, ext. 235. over 80,000 members world-
The Twin Cities Hospital and wide, and all motorcycles and
the National Headache owners are welcome to join. For
Foundation invite you to attend information, call Wes Davis at
the monthly HEADACHE SUP- 892-0318 or Jack Birge at 682-
PORT GROUP meetings. Call 3650.
Susan at (850) 897-0542 for WESTERN GATE CHAP-
more information and to RSVP. TER, FLORIDA TRAIL ASSOCI-
A Crestview area cancer ATION: For more details on any
support group, the PINK RIB- events, visit the group's web site


at http://westgate.floridatrail.org
or call 850-932-5469.
Third Thursday meetings are
held at 7 p.m. at First Christian
Church located at the corner of
Langley and Goodrich Avenues,
Pensacola.
Saturday, November 18, 2006
at 8:00 a.m. Join the Western
Gate Chapter of the Florida Trail
Association for an overnight
backpacking hike on the Alaqua
Creek Trail. Free. R.S.V.P. to
leader at (850) 862-9633.
Saturday, November 18,
2006 at 9:00 a.m. Join the
Western Gate Chapter of the
Florida Trail Association for a
bike or hike on Navarre Beach.
Free. Lunch following at Juan's
Pagoda. Details: (850) 932-
0125.
PENSACOLA VOLKS-
MARCH CLUB. Walking &
Social Club. Meetings take place
at 7:00 p.m. every third Tuesday
of the month at Founaris
Brothers Restaurant. Visitors
welcome. Details: 474-9012 or
on the web site at
www.angelfire.com/trek/pen-
sacolafl/.
HAPPY HOMEMAKERS
HCE CLUB is one of the oldest
volunteer groups in the U.S.,
although the name has changed
from "Extension Homemakers."
Home and Community
Education members are volun-
teers in the Family & Consumer
Sciences program of the
UF/IFAS Extension program in
Okaloosa County. Helping
Florida families meet the practi-
cal challenges of daily life
remains one of the goals of the
organization.
Members enjoy educational
programs, community service
work, leisure arts, and fellowship.
They are also involved at the
county, district, and state level.-
Meetings are available to all per-
sons without regard to race,
color, sex, age, handicap, reli-
gion, or national origin. or more
information call Nita at 682.3118.
The SONS OF CONFED-
ERATE VETERANS hold meet-
ings at Sonny's in Crestview. The
public may attend. Call Jack
Bonham at 862-3891 for infor-
mation.
The SONS OF AMERICAN
REVOLUTION holds meetings
at Neighboehood Caf6 in Mary
Esther. The public is, jnyited,too
attend. For more information call-
John Cahoon at 862-5078.
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including those who have home-
based businesses or who work
part-time but are home with their
children during the day.
The MOMS Club of Crestview
has monthly meetings with
speakers and discussions, park
playdays, holiday family outings,
outings for mothers and their
children, and activity groups like
playgroups, cooking club, a
monthly MOMS Night Out, and
babysitting coops. They also do
service projects for the needy.
The monthly meetings are held
every third Friday of the month at
the Epiphany Episcopal Church,
424 Garden St., Crestview at
9:30 a.m. The meeting is open to
mothers of all ages that are resi-
dents of Crestview. Please con-
tact Membership Vice President
Joelle Curcio at 758-6187 or
email at Joelle96@cox.net for
more information.
MOTHERS OF
PRESCHOOLERS OF
CRESTVIEW meets the first and
third Thursday. of each month
from 9:15 a.m. 11:30 a.m. at
Emmanuel Baptist Church in
Crestview.
You do not have to be a mem-:
ber of the church to attend the
meetings. The group web site
address is www.MOPS.org. Call
682-9416 for information.
MOMS OF MANY SEA-
SONS is a group for moms of all
ages. The meetings are on the
second Tuesday of each month
at the First Baptist Church,
Fellowship Hall across from the ;
Crestview Courthouse.
For more information contact
Penny Byrd at 682-2544.
The CRESTVIEW COM-
PUTER CLUB workshop will be
held every 2nd Thursday of the
month at OWC Rm; 303, Hwy 90
East, from 2-4 p.m. Every 3rd
Thursday of the month will be a
business meeting and workshop
at New Bethel UMC, 5894 Hwy
85, from 7-9 p.m.
-.Beginners and experienced
are welcome to join. For more
information, contact Bill at
bill358@earthlink.net or at 537-
8341.
BLOSSOM GARDEN
CLUB You may call Hilda Ard,
(537-4642) or Amarene Griffith
(537-3791) for more information.
hENEALQQICAL SOCL-
ETY OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
For more information, contact
Chuck Licari at 850-243-6696.
The next meeting will be


Saturday Nov. 11, 2006 with the
featured program by Thelma
Phillips entitled "Finding Female
Ancestors". The meeting begins
at 10:30AM at Fort Walton
Beach Family History Center,
339 Lake Dr. NW in Fort Walton
Beach. Contact Bev Gross 850-
729-2185 for information.
THE DEFUNIAK SPRINGS
DANCE ASSOCIATION has line
dance classes for beginners on
Monday nights at the DeFuniak
Springs Community Center from
6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for beginners,
and from 8 to 9 dancing only (no
teaching). For more information
contact Rodney Ryals at (850)
892-2562, 892-8284 (recorder at
both numbers), or email him at
opvnkv-rakko @ gdsys.net.
GOVERNMENT
S The REPUBLICAN
WOMEN OF OKALOOSA,
meets at Two Trees Restaurant
in the clubhouse of Fort Walton
Beach Golf Course .
The BAKER FIRE DIS-
TRICT BOARD OF COMMIS-
SIONERS now meets the first
Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Baker Area Public
Safety Building, located at 1375
19th Street in Baker. The public
is encouraged to attend. If you
have any questions, please call
537-2487; if there is no answer,
please leave a message.
A member of Congressman
ALLEN BOYD'S (D-North
Florida) staff will be visiting
Destin on the second Thursday
of every month so the people of
Okaloosa County have the
opportunity to personally discuss
issues concerning them.
The REPUBLICAN CLUB
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
meets regularly on the fourth
Thursday of the month. For gen-
eral information on the
Republican Club, please contact
Marvin Brigman at 609-3341.
*The LAUREL HILL VOLUN-
TEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
holds its regular monthly meet-
ings on the second Friday of
each month at 7 p.m. in the Fire
Department office located in the
Laurel Hill City Hall.
The City Hall is located at
8209 Hwy 85 North. Public is
always welcome to attend..
The NORTH OKALOOSA
FIRE DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each month at
the fire station 83, located at
5241 Highway 4 in Milligan. Each
meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. .
The OKALOOSA WAL-
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PLANNING ORGANIZATION
normally meets on the third
Thursday of the month at the
Niceville Community Center, 204
North Partin Drive (SR 285) at
3:00 p.m. To confirm the meeting
date .and location, call 1-800-
226-8914 ext. 231.
The LAUREL HILL CITY
COUNCIL meets on the first
Thursday of each month at City
Hall on State Road 85N in Laurel
Hill. Each session starts at 7:00
p.m.
The ALMARANTE VOLUN-
TEER FIRE DISTRICT holds
their monthly business and com-
missioners meeting on the sec-
ond Thursday night of each
month at the fire station.
ROBERT L.F. SIKES PUB-
LIC LIBRARY EVENTS: Infant
and Toddler Lap Sit Program
meets in the Story Room on the
2nd and 4th Tuesday morning of
each month at 10:15 a.m. The
program introduces you and your
child to books through reading,
rhymes, and music. Please call
Heather for more information at
682-4432 or 682-8776.
First Tuesday Lectures begin
at 10:30 a.m. in the library meet-
ing room on the first Tuesday of
each month.
*PASSIONATE PAINTERS
CLUB meets every second
Monday evening of the month at
Hughes Cabinet Shop. Social
starts at 6 p.m. For more infor-
mation call Deb at 682-2555 or
Darliene at 217-0869.
FRIENDS OF THE
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY meet-
ings are on the third Thursday of
January, March, May, July,
September and November at
10:30 a.m. at the Robert L.F.
Sikes Library. The Friends wel-
come new visitors and new
members.
The next meeting will be on
Thursday, November 16, at
10:30. a.m. The guest speaker
will be Kendra Attelt, a chemical
dietician at the North Okaloosa
Medical Center. She'll talk about
eating for better health. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
The THAILAND-LAOS-
CAMBODIA BROTHERHOOD,
INC. is seeking members from all
branches of the military U.S.,
foreign and civilian occupations
(Air America, USAID, State
Department, etc.) for member-
ship in the organization. For
more information, contact Woody
Freeman at (850),,,7298.08W
visit the web site at www.TLC-
Brotherhood.org.


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Assignments. crafts, wood items.
$6.50-$12.00 per To $480/wk. Materi-
hour paid daily. als provided. Free
Positions open information pkg. 24
daily. Have A Hr. 801-428-4649
Car? Earn extra BUSINESS
$$. Open 5:30A.M. OPPORTUNITY
:6-B Hollywood Post Office now
Blvd., FWB. Never Hiring. Avg. Pay
a fee. 850-243- $20/hour or $57K
2699 annually including
FAST GROWING Federal Benefits and
Company looking OT. Paid Training,
for energetic people Vacations, PT/FT. 1-
for energetic people 800-584-1775 US-
to represent unique 800-584-175
product line, full or WA Ref#P2900.
part time. Good
commissions, train- 108
ing provided. Call for Hotel/Motel
an interview now & Restaurant
850-428-2029


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

114
Medical
HEALTHMARK
REGIONAL
MEDICALCENTER
DeFuniak Springs,
FL 32435
Call (850)951-4507
Registered Nurses
All Shifts
Operating Room
Supervisor
Intensive Care
Unit
*Emergency De-
partment
Charge Nurse
Licensed Practical
Nurses
Persons interested
.n this position may
apply in person or
fax resume to
(850)892-7079
EOE drug free
workplace

120
Professional
THE NORTH Oka-
loosa Family YMCA
is currently looking
For a gymnastics/
cheer instructor to
take over their gym-
nastics/cheer pro-
gram in Crestview.
for more information
please contact the
North Okaloosa
Family YMCA @
689-2999 M-F 8am-
8pm.


120 128
Professional Positions Wanted
FIREFIGHTER PO- SOAP OPERA Dry
.SITIqNSMogh. The.leaners and Laun-
North Okaloosa-Firer: dry Full time-position
District has open- available. Evenings
ings for six full-time 2-10pm. Please ap-
shift firefighters and ply in person Hwy
four part-time fire- 90 West 682-2598.
fighters. Applications
are avialable at Sta-
tion 81, 3502 Hemp-
hill Road, Crestview,
FL or by calling
850/682-1808 and /
will only be accepted
in person or by mail
- no faxes or emails.
Closing date for ap-
plications is 17 No- SERVICES
vember 2006, 1700
hours. For more in-
formation contact --
682-1808. The 315
NOFD is an AA/EEO Business Services
employer.


116
Office Work
MASH MEDICAL
Now Accepting Ap-
plications for full-
time positions.
Please apply at
1505B South Ferdon
or fax resumes to
682-2996.
126
Skills/Trade
CABINET MAKER
needed, some expe-
rience needed. Must
have vehicle. Call
398-3142.
SANTA ROSA
Beach Company hir-
ing granite installers.
Must have valid driv-
er's license. Pay ac-
cording to experi-
ence. Please call
850-267-9424 for
more information or
fax resume to 850-
267-0396.
WANTED ME-
CHANIC to repair
private vehicles for
cash or trade, 1969
Ford F250, 682-
0462.

128
Positions Wanted


AAA CRESTVIEW
HAULING
We Rent roll off
containers for con-
struction and de-
bris removal Call
(850) 683-5752
DUMP TRAILER
Don't tear up your
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Call Brad @
865-3266
HARDWOOD
FLOORS supplied
and installed, sand-
ed and finished. Al-
so old floors resand-
ed and finished.
850-259-5771.
MOBILE HOMES,
transports. Call 682
2075.
NEED A
DUMPSTER?
Call 683-5752
AAA Crestview
Hauling, construc-
tion & debris re-
moval. We accept
Visa & Master-
card.
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too.Big .
or too Small 682-
2075


320
Child Care
HOME DAYCARE
has openings for:
ages 2 and up After-
school slots also
available. Meals,
snacks and leading
activities included.
689-1388.
325
Domestic
WILL DO light
house keeping or
will sit with elderly
weekdays only 652-
2118.
BEV'S BROOM INC
'We clean private
homes, offices,
move outs & new
construction in the
Crestview area.
Honest & dependa-
ble, licensed and in-
sured. Contact Bev-
erly Hilton 974-0097,
or 376-0000 -
IF YOU need a
clean house; and
live in Crestview
area, I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 428-6023.
MCCURLEY
CLEANING Service.
Family owned and
operated. Licensed
and insured. Rea-
sonable rates. Resi-
dential and Con-
struction. Call for
appt. on estimate.
Holiday Special-Let
us do all the hard
work so all you have
to do is enjoy 585-
5311 or 537-8925.
332
Watch & Clock
Repair'
ALL
TYPES OF -
WATCH &
CLOCK
REPAIR
Grandfather,
Mantel, Antique
Clocks Cuckoos
We buy Antiques
and old Clocks
Call 689-1007 after
hours 682-2844


335 337
Financial Services Concrete
ARE YOU An Heir CONCRETE CON-
Of An Estate Caught .,STRUCTION- Drive-
In Probate' And In ways, Foundations,
Need Of Immediate & patios. Reasoha-
Cash? ble prices, Free esti-
$5000 to $100,000 mates, 30 years ex-
cash advance perience. Licensed
No Credit Checks & Insured 685-7488

Requirements
No Spending: Re-
strictions
Call (866) 515-7065
337
Concrete
LATHAM.,
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977, A
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete 340
Work. House Slabs, Home Repair
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix RICHARD GRAND-
Used on Every Job. QUEST FENCING
Free Estimates. (850) 682-9856
682-0137. ....


A-O AAA
CONCRETE
25yrs Experience.
Driveways, patios,
tearouts, stamp
work coloring, Bob
.Kat work, reasona-
ble prices, .
Licensed/Insured
Free estimates..
God Bless America.
Call
850-685-9396
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


MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior,
also Pressure
Washing Licensed
& Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior
citizen discounts.
CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Pressure Washing
(Hot & Cold) And
Painting and Re-
modeling Residen-
tial & Commercial,
Honest work. Refer-
ences available.
682-0011 or 259-
6998
HANDYMAN SERV-
ICE, 20 years expe-
rience, dependable,
honest, and reliable,
free estimates, li-
censed and insured
689-2944
HANDY D'S Repairs
and Improvements.
-We Do Most Any-
thing." Detailed. 25
years experience.
We show up. 537-
9066.


340
Home Repair
CRESTVIEW
CARRENTRY:,-
Cabinets, additions,
: remodeling. Quality.
dependable work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wes
689-1575 We also
do handicap ramps
RANDY LITTLE
PROGRESSIVE
PAINTING.
Interior, Exterior,
'Free Estimates.
Specialize in
repainting. Will
beat all bids.
Pressure
washing service
Licensed & Insured.
682-7375
240-8443

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

LASCO
HANDYMAN
INC.
Licensed and In-
sured Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences. Call Terry
902-3928
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774

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


Yoii Ji ^ P FORT
omDAYS

; n ,Spesi..


Insur^a Ceeduui
Boned $12s-opt
Residences* Offices Apartments
A Top-To-Bottom Process
($12.50 per room, 8 room minimum, 200 sqft maximum per room.)
"We Do More Than The Rest"
an FREE ESTIMATES
Chuck Chapman 850-758-8891


ASPHALT PAVING & MAINTENANCE
Commercial or Residential
+ SEAL-COATING
4 STRIPING + EXCAVATING
+ HAULING + DRAINS
Office: (850) 537-9702
Cell: (850) 499-7913
(850) 499.6357


U N L I M I T E ,-

HOME RESTORATION, INC;
Home Repairs & Renovations

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

e85S0.902.1299
Free Estimates
Licensed Insured


SOUTHERN

RsLawn Care

Residential Commercial Free Estimates


* Quality Lawn Care
* Dependable Service


* Reasonable Rates
* Licensed and Insured


850.682.3098 850.259.1840


&- Soft Walker's Novelties
HAVE COMBINED OUR SHOPS
INTO ONE GREAT LITTLE STORE!
758-0989 *MAntiques *Crystal
Fiber Optics 'Flags
Furniture
i Native American
34103 Crafts, Herbs,
Music, Pottery & Primitives
Te: MF.., 8-5 Sat... 9-5
565 South Main Street


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DRASTICALLY
REDUCED!!
i This 2-Story home
is located off ihe
10th Fairway of
Foxwood [ouniry
(lub Seller will pay majorriy of closing costs with accep-
able offer! $229,000 ECAR#403817
30 ACRE PARCEL
that has a pasture
area, wooded area,
"" '" crop !oil and a pond
,. -"' located near SW cor-
i ner of property.
-"'. *$240,000-
~ -.- ECAR#439692
LAKEFRONT PROPERTY
on 3 Acres! There is a dou-
blewide manufactured home
with attached screen-in-
porch, and 24x42 metal
building w/ full bath and
r-o car garage. $205,000 ECAR#438981
FeaturedAgent M W i
/lMel Weir
850-240-4785
mel.weir@pelieanproperty.com
Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
Pelcan 5210 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
www.pelicanproperty.com


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS

RENTALS

5255 SUE CIRCLE
New 3/2, dbl garage on I
acre $1,100 per month

4034 RANDI ROAD
New 3/2, dble garage on I
acre $1,100 per month ,

4591 ToP FLIGHT
3/2, dbl garage w/baket-
ball court on the 17th green
in Shoal River Country Club
$1,300 per month

HOMES

229 PANAMA 3/2
Split floor plan,
custom blinds &
deck off kitchen.
$158,900
4242 EDGE PERRY
RD 3/2 on I acre.
Detached garage,
surround sound,
1450 Sq Ft
$169,900
3000 CABELLA
LANE 3/2 Split
floor plan on cor-
ner lot, privacy
fencing and
screened back
porch $178,000
4637 BOBOLINK
WAY New
Construction 3/2,
split floor plan, dbl
garage, fireplace
with lots of
upgradU$~f 63O
3911- HIGH RIDGE
RD New
Construction 3/2
split floor plan-on I
acre, dbl garage,
fireplace $184,900
104 CARDINAL
COURT 3/2 in
Grandview Heights
onl. I -,acre, above
ground pool & nice
workshop p
$235,000




Baylis (k
Davis Really
Your Crestview
Connection .



Cresvie


345
Lawn Care

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













STUMP GRINDING,
lawn care, tree work,
odd jobs, clean up.
682-4109, 902-
0291, 758-5073.


345
Lawn Care

LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheap! 682-2075.

LAWN TEK,
LLC
Lawn Mainte-,
nance Land-
scaping Irriga-
tion Palm tree
installation *
Sod Dirt Work.
Free estimates.
Call
865-3266 or
682-7316
Licensed
Insured
Owner
Brad Overly

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,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available
355
Sewing &
Alterations
SEWING
MACHINE
&I
. JACUUM, '
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360
Miscellaneous
CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any wall. Call.. Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304

COMPUTER RE-
PAIR all brands in-
cluding laptops, low
flat fee 682-3912.


1986 BMW
GOLD


Dependable, runs good, good
tires & brakes, 192k.
$1,500
225-8734
an be seen at Crestview News
Bulletin parking lot

NEED DIRT!
Sand etc. and bull-
dozer work .Call
Spuds Hauling 850-
902-5098:
TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218

TRACTOR WORK
For Hire: Light grad-
ing, bushlogging,
etc. Call Tracy @
(850) 689-4792. or
(850) 546-0549.

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


iPrIC'"Iur. Iog-.
682-1800

576 MAIESTnC BLVD. Well maintained 3 bd/2 ba 1999 manufac-
tured home located on 1.54 acres in Mossy Head. New carpet; garden
tub & separate shower in mb; 20 x 30 concrete slab out back complete
w/j-bolts.
8323 OLD EBENEZER ROAD Charming 3 bd/1.5 ba home on a full
I acre lot located in Laurel Hill. Laminate & ceramic tile flooring; refrig-
erator w/ icemaker, 16 x 36 rear deck, privacy fenced-in backyard &
storage shed.
LOT 15, ALGONQUIN PLACE Beautiful 2.4 acre parcel in prestigious
Mathison Creek Estates. Great spot for your dream home or wonderful
investment opportunity!
5032 GALLIVER CUTOFF Cozy 3 bd/2 ba home located on 2 acres
in Baker. Wood burning fireplace in living room; countertops & appli-
ances are all under 2 yrs old; ceramic tile; custom window treatments.
(850) 682-1800
828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
l t Crestview, FL 32536
|l J. www.janetjohnsonrealty.com


CLASSUIJED


GOOD SENSE REALTY
Call: 423-0700 Or Visit: GodSnseRealty. ;
.~.. 4 re~~6;, +,v~m= ; ,- 0:,'. ir


REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT


452
Apartments For
Rent,

1BR/1BA APART-
MENT w/kitchen, liv-
ing room, central
heat/air, all utilities
f u r n i s h e d ,
furnished,
$700mo/$700dd or
$200wk/$200dd,
850-398-0834.
2 BEDROOM $550
deposit $550 rent
No pets, 650-7614
or 585-1574
FOR RENT
2BR/1BA Apt.,
washer, dryer,
stove, refrigerator,
110 Lake ,Street
$5007mo $500dep,
682-6614.
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 M CREEK
APARTMENTS II
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
jIance may be availa-
ile ','-, 2 bedroom
'iC &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
Property For Rent

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.
3BD/1BA/1CG in
Crestview, $800.
month, $800. depos-
it, no pets, no smok-
ers, '1 .year lease,
951-0226
3BR/2BA 2CG new
Brick home in Laurel
Hill, $975.mo $975
DD Days 682-5533,
night & weekends,
682-4341
3BR/2BA HOME in
Crestview on 5
acres with 7 stall
horse barn
$1500/mo 682-4341.
3BR/2BA STEE-
PLECHASE Subdi-
vision, screened
porch, 2 car garage,
storage shed, avail-
able now
$1030mo/$900dd
682-8887.
COUNTRY LIVING
3/4 mile north of
High School.
3BR/1.5BA, $975.00
per month, $900.00
security deposit. No
pets. Call 830-8411
or 582-2722.


456
Homes For Rent

AMERICAN RE-
ALTY OF
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA INC.
682-4822 or 651-
5717 Equal Housing
Opportunity
616 E. Lee Ave.,
2BR/2BA, $575
5375 Stallion Rd.,
2BR/1BA, $625
1219 Pinewood,
3BR/1BA, $750
.122 Hillwood Dr.,
3BR/1.5BA, $750
3957 Bear Creek
Rd., 2BR/1.5BA,
$795
135 Lonnie Jack Dr.,
3BR/2BA $900
401 Northview Ln.,
3BR/2BA, $895.
4737 Whitewater
Ln., 3BR/2BA,
$1050o
3008 Pine Lake Dr.,
3BR/2BA, $1050
3033 Cabela Ln.,
3BR/2BA, $1100
1002 Quigley,
3BR/2BA,$1100
1302 Jeffrine Dr.,
3BR/2BA, $1100
5414 Josh Dr.,
3BR/2BA, $:1175:
710 Riva Ridge Dr.,
4BR/3BA, $1300
346 John King Rd.,
5BR/3BA, $1300
423 Raptor,
4BR/2BA;$1400
Visit us @ www.era-
american.com
COLDWELL
BANKER
JME
REALTY
117 Courthouse
Terrace
Crestview Fl. 32536
(850)-689-1515 or
S(85.0 682-5922
Equal Housing Op-
portunity
422 Spring St.,
3 B R / 2 B'A ,
1,086sq,ft., $595, 1
car garage
114 Hampton Dr.,
2BR/1.5BA, 900
sq.ft., $600, fenced
yard
116 Hampton Dr.,
2BR/1.5BA, 1,000
sq.ft., $600, fenced
yard
2499 Kingston Rd.,
2BR/1BA, 804 sq.ft.,
$650, pet w/owner
approval
6106 Magnolia,
3BR/1.5BA, 1,026
sq.ft., $725, fenced
yard
689 Valley Rd.,
3BR/1 BA, 1,384
sq.ft., $800, pet
w/owner approval
5365 Monterrey Rd.,
3BR/1.5BA, 1,721
sq.ft., $800,, Led
Base Paint Disclo-
sure
439 Panagra Ln.,
3BR/2BA, 1,107
sq.ft., $850, corner
lot
118 Campbell Ave..
3BR/2BA, 1,207
sq.ft., $850, fenced
yard
3267 Fairview Ave.,
3BR/2BA, 1,252
sq.ft., $850, pet
w/owner approval
105. Swaying Pine
Ct., 3BR/2BA, 1,415
sq.ft:, $875, 1 car
garage
229 Westview Dr.,
4BR / 2 BA,
1,527sq.ft., $995,
fenced yard
5814 Reinke Dr.,
3BR/2BA, 1,180
sq.ft., $1,150, pool
service provided
812 Travis Ct.,
4BR/3BA, 2,558
sq.ft., '$1,500, pet
w/owner approval
137 Mill Pond Cv.,
5BR/3BA, 2,102
sq.ft., $1,500, in
ground pool
For further informa-
tion visit www.emer-
aldcoasthomeson-
line.com


GRANDVIE HEIGHTS


208 Aza Place: 2040sqft, 3BR/2BA + Bonus room.
Upgraded kitchen, w/ Ref., Smooth-top stove, DW, Microwave.
One-car garage. New Roof, Siding, & Gutters. Walker School. Will
pay some closing costs. PCSing Must Selll
$199,900 689-3658


101 Blue Gill Way 5 bedroom,
3 bath, 2550 sqft, on .9 acre lot. Totally
renovated. $300K 682-5879
bobby0377@yahoo.com


Crestview News Bulletin I 11B


PINEY WOODS SUBDIVISION, BAKER


6 MONTHS FREE


MORTGAGE PAYMENTS!

JEREMY STEWART CONSTRUCTION'S

custom homes offered exclusively at

Teel & Waters Real Estate

Ask for Lucille King 682-6156 or 582-9696
19 L--- I -.l:hLI :. ..i. 4 LUUI .l.ak D E pAkEnnil


456
Homes For Rent
HOUSE FOR rent, l
3BR/1 BA, fenced 111 1
yard, central a/c, no
pets, $750mo w/DD,
682-9333 or 682-
8665. 464
JANET JOHNSON Roommates
Realty, Inc. 682- Wanted
1800 Equal Hous- MATURE ADULT,
ing Opportunity no kids, no Ipets,-
315 John King 350/mo. plus 1
Road, 3BR/2BA $350/mo. plus 1/2
$850 rent, $850 de- utilities, avail. Dec.
ist.
posit. 850-398-2404
124 Walker Circlen
4BR/2BA, $975. rent,
$975 deposit.
134 Swaying Pine,
Court, 3BR/2.5BA,
$995 rent, $995 de-
posit.
NEW 3 & 4 bedroom
rental homes ready Cal
for move in. Starting
at $850/mo: Range,
DW, and micro hood FOR 7 S
included. Easy ac-
cess' to Crestview
and Niceville. Sec- 554
tion 8 accepted. Call Commercial
850-689-2221 8-5, Property For Sale
SM-F, re 850-546-1253. 8 6-






689-0821. COMMERCIAL
NEW H E BRICK NDALUSIE wh 2 oAL
3bd/2ba 2010s.f. rime location B 27
$1200/mo, $00/s.unit mini storage,
lawn/pest service in- 20 10xL0, 7 '5X10,
eluded, security de- rented, ;" $67,000.
posit required, call (386)846-1957.
689-0821. sCOMMERCIAL
NEW HOME 2400 SITE with 212ft on
sq.ft. 4bd/2ba/2cg Ferdon Blvd and
$1200/mo, $1200/sd 163+ff on Goodwin
dishwasherandrr RdLots of parking
frigerator 'included:with room for expan-
683-5355(w),689- sion. Seller is ready
0453(h),368-2392(c) to move on. Call
Sy Dangle- Rick Epperson-Real-
tor at 850-865-7777
BEAUTIFUL BRICK for more info.
3 bO-d/ 2 b ca
washer/dryer, near 556
Bob Sikes School, Homes For Sale.
-:.$985/mo plus secur-..
."Ity. -NMw available '4 Ba3BA' 'Withi-'of-
call Mike 699-3833 --fice, 383 .River-
SLONE, 2,3,4 bedroom chase, large "yard
trailers and homes. wth shed above
Milligan and Crest- ground pool, cov-
view area 830-2061 ered patio.
or 689-3302. 3000sq.ft. 'for: only
r $298,500. 689-3993.
-FOR RENT 4BD/2BA HOME for
2BR/1BA house Sale or Rent on se-
$600mo plus DD. cluded acre in North
Prefer elder or mid- Crestview.Available
die-age couple w/1 December 1, $180k
child 682-4287. or $750/mo.
FOR RENT house in $500/sd. (850)376-
Crestview on 1 acre 7676 leave message
lot 3bd/2ba $700mo ADAMS/POWELL-
$700dep Call 682- highly desirable
4280. neighborhood offers
FOR RENT S-110, 2232SF 3/2.5 2CG
3BR/2BA, 1CG, home in very good
,tile/carpet/fireplace, condition on lot that
freshly painted, pri- is 2/3 acre!. Many
vacy fence, bonus items.
screened porch, Mildred C. Heaton.
$900+S/D, 682- Realty, Inc. 850-.
8483. 689-1334, 850-582-
HOUSE FOR lease. 3806
North of Baker 3BR AFFORDABLE 3/2
1.5 baths. .CA/H Energy Efficient
Appls. Large fenced Homes.by Jay Ter-
yard. No pets. No rell, beginning at
smoking. $750 $129,900. Mildred
month, $750 securi- C. Heaton Realty,.
ty deposit. Rent in- -Inc. 850-689-1334.
cludes curbside gar- BUYERSII It truly
bage pickup and is a BUYER'S Mar-
.once a month yard ketl If you want to
mowing. Call 537- know what I mean,
2561. Credit report call me and let my
and ref. required. 30+ years experi-
Sence in the Real Es-
460 tate Market work for
Mobe Homes F you. Unbelievable
2BR/1 1/2BA mobile deals available!
home, upgraded in- Mildred C. Heaton
side, quiel park. Realty, Inc; 850-
mostly senior citi- 689-1334.
zens, no pets, $480 CUSTOM HOME on
rent, same deposit. over an acre-Extras!
(850) 585-8192 Nice sized rooms.
3BR/2BA DOUBLE great storage, 1.742
Wide in Milligan.. SF, in good area.
Available now! Out- $239,995. Seller
side pets okay, no helps with CCI
s m o k i n g Mildred C. Heaton
$650mo/$650dd, Realty, Inc. 850-
376-7676. 689-1334.
3BR/2BA IN Mossy NEW SPECIAL land
Head. Available iN .. home financing
m e d i a.t e.l y available for limited.
$850mo/$850sd. or bad credit call
Call 850-305-7796 Clayton Homes for
daytime 850-682- details 850-682-
3Q9O1 after 7.30nnm 3344.


MOIVATED SmELRS, MAE AN OFFER!!
3 PLUS ACRES Poverty Creek $115.000

10+ ACRES on Perkins Road 5150.000

5 ARE FARM WITrr HOUSE, Barn & Fencing $375,000
Rick Epperson, 40 ACRES with Lob Loy pine, will divide $15,000 P/A
Broker
865-7777 or 682-7718
Si swww.northHestflahomes.com.


556
Homes For Sale

HALF ACRE, Level
lots, in new S/D off
Poverty .iCreek "d,.
.Lots are 150 feel
wide affording great-
er distance between
neighbors, under-
ground utilities, hill-
top setting, $59,500.
Individuals welcome,
and will build to suit
MHdred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334.
LAKEFRONT
HOME- 3 acres
beautifully wooded
property on lake.
Over 2000sf, 3/2
home perfect for the
setting- $295,000.
Mildred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 8850-
689-1334.
PRIVACY, CREEK-
FRONTI 1490 SF,
2/2 rustic home on
2.5 acre, naturally
beautiful, quiet lot on
Poverty. Creek! Only
$194,9951
MIldred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334.

560
Land For Sale

1 ACRE lot located
at Country. Breeze
Estates in Crest-
view, Florida. Ask-
ing $40K call Lisa
(850)773-2002
1 ACRE wooded, lot
-Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
2.46 ACRES Coun-
try Living Road,
Baker, level utilities
available, 10 miles
from Crestview,
$99,500 850-758-
6707
3 LOTS in Clear
Creek Estates ih
Crestview, lot 1 2.88
acres $80,000., lot 2
2.66 acres, cleared
area for home site,
water meter instal-
led, $95,000., lot 3
2.5 acres, $75,000.
Lots have been
bush ho.g g e d.
(850)375-2351 or
(850) 375-2425
6 ACRES of land for
sale on Harper Rd in
Laurel Hill. Wooded
with pond. Call for
more information
652-3280.
FARMIACREAGE
with home only mi-
nutes from town.
Lots of road front-
age, large lake full of
fish, may divide]
Mildred C. Heaton
Realty, Inc. 850-
689-1334.
FOR SALE 4.5
acres on Poverty
Creek RD Crestview
682-4341

562
Mobile Homes
$65,000 LAND and
home tor sale. 1992
SW 3BR/2BA, sits
on 1/4 acre, great
shape ready. to
move in. Call Greg
306-5066,
BEAUTIFUL BRICK
3 bd/2 b a
washer/dryer, near
Bob Sikes School,
$985/mo plus secur-
ity. Now available-
call Mike 699-3833.
ONE,.2;3,4 bedroom
trailers :and: homes.
Milligan and Crest-
view area. 830-2061
or 689-3302.


IGEN9tAI^^.
MERCHANDISE
t. -


802
Antiques
RON'S ANTIQUES
Specializing In Anti-
que furniture, clocks
and clock repair. An-
tiques. Buy and Sell
Estates. M-F 9-5
Sat. 9-2, 213 N,
Main St. Crestview
850-689-1007 305-
2441
806
Appliances
A/C UNITS 18,000
BTU/$150,' 5,000
BTU/$50, 1 wall
mount gas
heater/$125. Like
new, 850-902-3263.
FOR SALE side by
side refrigerator
freezer, works great
$200, 682-9200, al-
mond-black.
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.


EXECUTIVE HOME
IN NORTH COUNTY
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5 MILES FROM CRESTVIEW IN HIDDEN SPRINGS
1801 WATERWAY DA. 4br/ 3br/ 3cg/ 3354sf. I acre corer
lot. Details & Pictures see -- www.forsalebyowner.com
Listing # 20736756 ""OR"" www.militarybyowner.com
Ad. # MB010548.
bcpete@earthlink.net 850-689-1088


806
Appliances

RON'S
APPLIANCE &
PARTS
Appliance Repair,
All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
After hours
682-2844!!!
SIDE BY Side bridge
ice and water
$300.00, electric
.stove $75.00 652-
4019 or 902-1264.
SUPER LOAD dry-
er, 2yrs :old, excel-
lent -working condi-
tion, $200. 398-
6750.
812
Farm Equipment
















813
Farm & Garden
JUMBO GREEN
and boiled peanuts
Holland farm 877-
675-6876
PECANS FOR Sale
$1.501b. You pick
:$1.00lb. 537-2815 or
902-0149.
814
SFurniture.
NEEDS .TO go! Ar-
moire and dresser
set w/mirror and
nightstand, head-
board, fits queen or
full. $500/obo. 305-
9309.
822
Musical
Instruments
FOR SALE Piano
Werlitzer good
shape $350 buyer
must transport call
689-2597.


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829
Garage Sales
11/18/06 5663 Re-
inke Drive 7:00-
12:00pm, .kids
clothes 2-5T, ladies
and men's clothes,
toys, misc., too
much to list.
3 FAMILY Yard Sale
Hwy 90 West, Ter-
ries Floral 11-18-06,
8am-12pm.
BACKYARD SALE
Saturday Nov 18
from 8-12. 3464
Grady Lane call
683-8774 for direc-
tions.
SATURDAY/NOV
18TH, 7:00-1:00pm,
Lakewood Church,
clothes, appliances,
furniture and much
more.


Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
SPACIOUS IS THE DESIGN
of this all brick, 3BR/2BA
home with split floor plan.
Ceramic tile and carpet
throughout Large yard
for the children or pets.
Well-maintained, smoke-
free and pet-
free.$187,500.
A BEAUTIFUL PLACE-
for a home; already has
septic tank and a shed
with concrete floor and
power. Located ohn
Wilkerson Bluff Road,
these 10.46 acres is a
great place to have horses
or isi eiijoy wa tcing Ih6
wildllle. $220,000

LOOKING FOR A
WONDERFUL HOME
on a large lot? Here it is!!
This 3/2 home has been
well maintained and will
speak for itself. Features a
Florida room that is
, heated/cooled, screened
back deck and a 35rt04
woiksholi. 291,500.
THIS MOBILE HOME
sits on two lots in
Oakwood Hills in DeFuniak
Springs. You could live in
the mobile home while
building your new home!
Two sheds for storage,
goldfish pond, a creek on
the backside of lots. See
today. $64,900.
CHECK OUT THIS NEW'
HOME in town that is?
close to shopping, schools,
restaurants, daycare.
Solid wood cabinets, walk-;
in closets, garden tub,
separate shower. Tile-.
floors in entry, kitchen,
dining, and baths. Nice
level yard. $165,900.
P R I M E
COMMERCIAL
property, 9.75 acres
located on So. Hwy. 85
next to the RPM Depot.
Seller will finance wth
20% down. Dnve by and
take a look today!
$2,500,000.

OutstandingAgets
Omuawiag Results.



Agency One, Inc.
682-8309 or 678-8919
Tou ric( 301 S.Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
EACH OFFICE
INDEPENDENTLY
OWNED AND
OPERATED
www.genihouse.com


829
Garage Sales
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305.
FRI/SAT NOV 17/18
1151 Skeeter Ln off
Keyser Mill Rd, Bak-
er, 3 family lots of
misc 8-2pm.
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD sale 7:00am-
?? 2941 Barton
Road, Saturday,
Nov. 11th.
NEIGHBORHOOD
GARAGE sale, Sat-
urday 11/18 7:00-?
Brooke Estates (off
Airport Rd) Lots of
stuff
REMOVING SALE
Sat. Nov. 18th 7AM-
1PM. 1208 Grand-
view Drive. Power
saws, drill, tools, lots
of "shed stuff," wick-
er patio set, kitchen
items, computer ta-
ble, lots of misc., too
much to list.


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704
Livestock
FOR SALE Two 1/2
boar goats, female 1
1/2yrs old $75, call
537-0352 anytime of
the day.
FREE NUBIAN
goat, 4 years old, to
good home. Call
682-8635 or 305-
6164.
708
Pets
PITBULLS FOR
."sale. Black. aid Red-
nose, pups and
adults ADBA regis-
tered $100 and up. 1
Blue male 10
months, 850-685-
0187.
"712,
Lost & Found
PETS
REWARD BENGI
caim terrier, tan with
black markings. light
on face, red collar,
small, 10yrs. 850-
682-4445. .


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ALL 2007 MODELS CARRY THE BEST

WARRANTY IN

AMERICA
5 YEAR -100,000
MILE POWERTRAIN S-YEAR POWERTRAIN
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Michael Gardner
of Award Chevrolet
invites everyone to
stop by and let
him show you how
you can drive away
in a new or used
vehicle today.
M AMN 9UC A FEVOUTfION
AWaE iYour Slverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
ARw L & 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
JMlllEVROLE 682-2731


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#11065 AC, AM FM CD


904
Cars
1991 MAZDA Miata
convertible 5-speed,
silver and black,
143K miles, 28mpg,
great sports car,
$3000, 305-8319 or
892-2111 ext. 175.
2001 MUSTANG GT
Convertible, excel-
lent condition, 20K
miles, 6CD changer,
automatic, garaged,
fully loaded $12,000.
Call 682-8556.
2002 BUICK Lesa-
bre light bronze met-
allic, showroom con-
dition; only 47K
miles, $11,300
OBO, 689-2166.


#1144 PW, PL, CR, TL, AM FM CD, Power Driver Seat


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#10192 6.0 L V-8 Engine, Auto Tans, AC, Cruise, Tilt, Heavy DutyTrallering Pkg. #11044 V-6, Auto,'ABS, Culse, Aim. Wheels, AM FM CD


5 Speed, Racing fin,
A System, Sunroof,
New Motor
Good Condition
$4,500 (obo)
682-7231 or 389-1756
CASH FOR your car
dead or alive. We al-
so clear garage,
yard sale items,
rental clearing. no
job too small. 305-
1957
FOR SALE 2002
Chevy Impala, 1
owner, 33K miles,
$9500. 678-7983.

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


99 Suburban



1999 Suburban
139K miles
Great Condition!
S:Leather
New Fuel Pump
$7,300
758-7050

918
Trucks
1972 FORD F100,
nice body, big block
460, has potential,
$3000 OBO, 850-
685-0187.

PRICE ROUCI
1999 Ford Ranger
XLT Supercab,
4-door, V-6
$7,000 (h)
682-7188
Leave Message


922
Other

- 1998
TrausAm
LSi
WS6 Package
Leather, T-Tops
$11,000
Call Jason at:
951-2433
or 333-1184


829
Garage Sales
GARAGE SALE so-
fa, loveseat, clothes,
coffee table, misc.
5332 Monterrey Rd.
11/7 & 11/8, 8-
12:00pm.
HUGE HUGE Yard
Sale November
18/19 and Novem-
ber 25/26 A-Z, 3288
Aster Avenue (off of
Jonquil, off of Au-
burn Road) 8:00-
5:00pm.
MOVING SALE Sat-
urday 11/18 7-?
Years of accumula-
tion. Something for
everyone. 2415
Woodbine Drive,
Crestview.


829
Garage Sales
HUGE SALE Nov.
17 & 18, 4818 Chap-
peral. 7 Families!
Ping pong table,
tools, car audio box
with twin speakers,
bunk bed frames,
rocking horse, dart
board, entertainment
unit, rocking chair,
boys bike, and
clothes, karoake
machine, and much
more! Just before
Stonebridge addition
off John King Rd.
MOVING SALE Sat.
11/18 at 8am. Furni-
ture, kids stuff, and
lots of misc. 433
Stillwell Ave.


2005 16' ALUM-CRAFT
TUNNEL HULL BOAT





* Drive-on Trailer. *2005 Nissan 25HP
* Hydraulic jack plate Life jackets & anchors
* New 551b. thrust Minn-Katoa trolling motor
$7650 850-259-0949


829
Garage Sales
MULTI FAMILY in-
door yardsale in
Baker, blue building
on Hwy 4 next to
Baker ball park. Au-
to parts, motorcycle
parts, slicks, furni-
ture, bicycles, king
size spreads, cur-
tains, uniform tops,
and lots of other
stuff, 11/18 begin-
ning at 8:00am-
2:00pm.
GARAGE SALE
Sat. from 7 to 1pm
2808 Mohican Way.
830
Miscellaneous


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
PORCH SWINGS
hand crafted, 4-6ft.,.
great Christmas gift,
place your order
now. Call David 689-
5181.

WOOD HEATER
encasing, full bed
complete w/night-
stand, new wicker
rocker and chair,
bamboo table, 2
chairs and rocker,
50ft. chain link fence
w/poles, 'stereo
cd&cassette, all in
good condition 682-
0553.


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


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
BEANIE BABIES,
mint condition, com-
mons .50, bears .75,
single or in lots.
Great deal 689-
3779.














6 PIECE set of pas-
sive exercise/toning
tables, excellent
condition $2500. De-
livery not included.
850-826-1620.

chine-Pink Panther
$250.00, Play Sta-
tion II with 12 games
$100.00 537-2031.
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$100.00 537-2031.


830
Miscellaneous
FoirSale


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EDDIE BAUER 2-
seat stroller, only
used once, excellent
condition $150. 398-
6750.
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
6X10 ENCLOSED
trailer. Prefer ramp
back door 830-8411.
PORCH SWINGS
hand crafted, 4-6ft.,
great Christmas gift,
place your order
now. Call David 689-
5181.


TRANSPORTATION
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904
Cars
1991 CAPRICE
Classic, tint, cold
A/C, $3500 OBO,
2001 Oldsmobile
Alero 4-door, leath-
er, 89K miles,
$5,000 OBO, 850-
685-0187..
1995 THUNDER-
BIRD V8 Flowmas-
ter exhaust, sunroof,
17" wheels, awe-
some stereo system,
$3,400. 682-4845,
865-1874.
2002 MITSUBUSHI
Eclipse 72Kmiles,
black, electric win-
dows, locks, sun-
roof, great condition.
Refinance balance
in your name, ap-
prox. $11,600. Call
850-699-9140.


905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
910
.Motorcycles
FOR SALE Honda
Shadow Spirit
1100cc, excellent
condition, call after
4:00pm 689-2252
for more information.
05 HONDA Shadow
750cc, dark blue
w/silver flames. Ex-
tended forward con-
trols. 3K miles. All
factory maintenance
up to date. A must
see. Asking payoff
only, $5,200. Call
Justin 682-414.1
home or 826-1149
cell.
916
Sport Utility
Vehicles

'04 Tahoe




37K Miles
Alloy Wheels
SColored Fender Flares
Rear A/C
Cloth 3rd row seats
One Owner
$19,000
537-9144
82 GMC P/U &.89
Toyota P/U. Nei-
ther runs but good
for parts or project
truck. Both for $400
OBO. 850-420-
1142 or 850-598-
0520 if no answer
leave message.


2005 Chevy Z71




Leather Tanuo Cover
Nerf Bars
44,000 miles
$24,000 OZ
Call Jason at:
951-2433 ^
or 333-1184

1991 GMC1500 O0

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Pickup, 43 V6, Automatic,
CD player, Tow-Package,
Tinted windows, Bed liner.
Great condition. 69,700
original miles. Contact Travis
at
902-3834
$3,800 (ob

2004 Chevy
Colorado Z71



4x4, Leather,
Heated/Elect Seats
Loaded, 59k miles
Financing available.
Trade-ins allowed.
$17,599 (
(850) 830-4613


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