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Fire destroys couple's home


Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
A Crestview family is staying
with friends today after their home
and nearly everything in it was
destroyed by fire Monday after-
noon.
"It's gone...it's all gone," said a
somber Warren Jones Tuesday
morning as he and two neighbor-
hood teens, Daniel Correta and his
brother Jarod, sifted through the
Jones wet, charred home.
Crestview, North Okaloosa, and
Dorcas Fire Departments all
responded to the blaze that began


around noon.
"When I arrived there was heavy
black smoke coming from the attic
area," said Crestview Fire Chief
Ralph Everage. "We performed an
interior attack but had to pull the
crew out because the ceiling and
roof were falling in around them."
Allene Jones was in the home
with her two pet dogs, Niketa and
Jako, when the fire started. She
heard a large bang and went into the
kitchen to look out the back door to
investigate.
She noticed an old antique wash
stand was burning at the bottom.
She turned to get a fire extinguisher,


not noticing that the ceiling and attic
above her were on fire. She smelled
the smoke, looked up and got her-
self and the pets out of the house.
"I was at the VFW Hall when my
wife called me," said Warren.
"We have a fire," Allene Jones
shaky voice told her husband. "I'm
OK, the dogs are OK, but you need
to come home. It's very bad."
The home was located on Jillian
Street just east of P.J. Adams, one of
the highest points in the city.
"The wind on that hill was a real
contributing factor to the speed with
See FIRE, page 5A


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Firefighters had to fight the fire from the outside as crews were pulled
form the interior as the ceiling and roof bean to collapse inside.


Toy drive

in full swing

at NOMC

The hospital will host a
holiday celebration today at .
4:30 p.m. in the admitting
lobby to honor the memory
of the nurses for which the
drive is named.
Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
The North Okaloosa Medical
Center toy drive this year honors.
the memory of'h%'o former nurses.
The Nancy' Allen and Melissa
Howard Toy Drive, already in its
second week, will brighten
Christmas morning for several
community
children who |[fTl 1'
would other-
wise go with- What: Nanc
out toys this Allen and Melsa
year. The drive Allen and Merissa
will end Dec. Howard Toy Drive
12. and celebration
To commem- E When: 4:30
orate the p.m. The drive
drive's new lasts until Dec. 12.
name the hos- 0 Where:
pital will host a North Okaloosa
holiday cele- Medical Center
bration today admitting lobby.
at 4:30 p.m. in E Contact:
the admitting 689-8445
lobby to honor
the memory of
the nurses for whom the drive is
named.
Currently, there are 15 children
ages four to 17 on the hospital's
-angel tree located in the admitting
lobby.
According to hospital marketing
director Kim Willis, the celebration
will be a touching ceremony of
remembrance.
"What people remember most
about them is how much they
loved their children," she said.
"What better way to honor two
moms than to have a toy drive
named after them that is going to
touch kids for years to come.
"I really think it will be very
heart touching. "
Nancy Allen, a former nurse,
died Dec. 5, 2004, from surgery
complications.
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Former CHS band director announces candidacy for mayor


Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
Former Crestview High School band
director David Cadle has announced
that he will run for mayor of
Crestview.
The 59-year-old retired band
director made the announcement
Tuesday amidst a crowd of sup-
porters who gathered under
the gazebo near the county
courthouse lawn.
"Yes, I am a candi-
date for mayor of
Crestview," he said,
concluding a brief
speech to a crowd
of 35 to 40 attendees.
"I'm not an expert. I'm
not a politician. But I'll do
my best to represent the city of
Crestview."
Cadle is currently the only candidate
who has publicly announced that he
will run in the March 13 municipal
election, which also includes two
vacancies for Crestview's at large city
council seats currently held by Linda
Parker and Ellis Conner.
As of Monday morning, no one
had officially pre-filed to run for
mayor, according to Okaloosa
County Supervisor of Elections Pat
Hollarn. She did say that Cadle had


called her to request information about
running for office. Cadle went to her
office Tuesday to file his paperwork. He
has appointed Danny Bowers Jr. to be
his campaign treasurer. All contribu-
tions and expenses must be reported to
the supervisor of elections office. He
paid a $175 filing fee. The annual may-
oral salary is $15,017.60.
.---Rumors of Cadle:s possible interest
in Crestview's mayoral position have
circulated throughout the community
for several months. The seat is currently
held by the city's longest serving
mayor, 80-year-old George Whitehurst,
who does not plan to run again for
office.
Cadle is embarking on the mayoral.
race on the fringes of a successful career
as Crestview High School's band direc-
tor. In his last year, he led the band in
the Super Bowl of high school band
opportunities the Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York
City.
At his farewell concert, Cadle sup-
porters gave a number of sentiments
.and gifts, including a free cruise vaca-
tion and other accommodations from
hundreds of people who filled the
school auditorium.
Though Cadle has no political expe-
rience, he is confident that he'll bring
See CADLE, page 5A


Under Cadle's direction ...
David Cadle has three primary goals, if elected as
Crestview's mayor:
Retain experienced police and fire personnel. He hopes
to raise salaries to compete with neighboring cities and
departments.
SStudy impact fee structure for developments.
Cadle believes a "pay as you go" strategy will
increase the city's budget and allow for better -
services. Developers
would pay for any
impact caused by growth.
Traffic. Cadle believes
state legislatures should be held
accountable for the traffic congestion
currently burdening city residents along
State Road 85. He wants the city to continue
and explore alternatives like connector roads.


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Crestview firefighters Keno Wallace, far left, and Marquis Johnson, far right, join Sean
O'Brian, center from the North Okaloosa Fire Department, inspecting the kitchen area of
the Krystal restaurantt on north Ferdon Boulevard Saturday night.

Grease fire ignites in Krystal's


No one was hurt
and the restaurant is
already back open for
business.
Ken Nielsen
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview firefighters
were called to the Krystal's
restaurant around 8 p.m.
Saturday night when grease
from one of the deep friers
caught fire.
"I guess it had been build-


ing up, and because it was in
an area on the back of the
equipment we didn't notice
it," said restaurant owner
Tom Austin.
The restaurant was open
with customers enjoying a
snack after the Christmas
parade.
Crestview Police
Department Lt. Kent
Buckner was one of the first
to arrive on the scene.
"The entire seating area
was full of gray smoke and
the customers and employ-
ees were all gathered up in


the parking lot," said.
Buckner.
Firefighters used a dry;
chemical agent to extin-.
guishe the fire. The fire wasi
too small to activate the|
restaurant's fire protection$
system.
"It's just a mess," said,
Austin, as he and his staff
began the clean up process,
Sunday morning. "Thank-
God, no one was hurt."
After some extensive
cleanup, Austin had the pop-
ular restaurant back open for;
business Monday morning. "


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Members of the First Baptist Church of Crestview looked on as church and civic leders
ceremonially broke ground for their new $6.2 million expansion program. Church omffwls
hope to hold service in the new sanctuary in early 2008.


Big Red Machine's truck raffle needs boost!
Adam Ziglar ted. "Ineed band alumni and last year's M -s"
Crestview News Bulletin parents of band students to Thanksgiving Day Parl-. ,
buy a ticket so we can give Award Chevrolet has Bf,.
Big Red Machine this truck away." working with the foundation
Foundation will give truck Phillips needs to sell 1,600 and has lowered the Prie
away at winter concert Dec. tickets by Dec. 12, the the vehicle consid lt,
12. evening of the band's winter at $10 a ticket,
The Crestview High concert when a name will be worried by the lack .O
School Big Red Machine drawn and the truck will be port that the fund-raise
Foundation wants to give given away. generated. tax
away a new 2007 red "Right now, we've only The donation is ta
Chevrolet Silverado pickup sold about 900 tickets," she deductible. Ticket holders do
truck. said. not have to be pesmen t wL
But after selling tickets for The fund-raiser's purpose but the drawing w bhld
the, past several months, is to help pay for the band's at the winter cont
Foundation President Terri uniforms. p.m., Dec. 12 in
Phillips is worried that her The foundation purchased Crestview High school AU|i|
fund-raising efforts are new uniforms two years ago torium.
falling on deaf ears. when the band discovered To purchase a e t 2-5957
"I need help," she admit- that it would be playing in tact Tenri hilips a 2

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Melissa Howard, a surgi- known for their love and Donations Will osa 5 to
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year. dren. Walton coUnties~,ration
Howard was murdered in Gifts can be donated at the For more iiia atp 689o
her Crestview home. hospital. All gifts must be contact lKim1 a' |
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Unit E06 MELISSA MOORE
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4A OPINION & EDITORIAL


WEDNESDAY
DECEMBER 6, 2006


The list process of

council selection
From time to
time it is neces- My
the hypotheti- O
'-cal, for condi-
tions, although Bob
not currently in Allen
existence, could
happen at some
time in the future, or perhaps never.
Sometimes a condition existed in the past
and could conceivably happen again in the
future, and nobody did anything about it
when it did occur!
That having been said, let's take another
look at our city charter, that wonderful
document created by some myopic indi-
vidual(s).and obviously accepted by the
citizens at its time of inception. Therein is
a provision for the filling of a vacancy on
City Council should one occur between
elections. The way I understand it, and I
am willing to be corrected if I am in error,
the four sitting members of Council are
provided a list of names of individuals
willing to take a seat on Council if chosen
by a majority of the sitting members. In
other words, if an individual is accepted
by three of the four sitting council mem-
bers, that individual is selected.
Well, you might say, that seems reason-
able, but what happens if the list is
lengthy and the first named individual
gets the necessary votes? Does council
continue down the list, voting on all the
others? Or, is the voting stopped as soon
as the first confirming ballot is taken?
Assuming that the voting ceases with
the first favorable vote, it is obvious that
the ideal situation is for an individual to
get his or her name at the top of the list,
ahead of all others, and first to be consid-
ered.
Imagine what maneuvering could take
place behind the scenes to gain a favorable
spot on the list of candidates. Imagine
what pressure could be put on the person
preparing the list. Imagine what creden-
tials, what education and experience,
could be disregarded in favor of the "good
old boy" syndrome! Imagine what entice-
ment; financial or otherwise, could be dan-
gled before the "list preparer" in order to
get a "preferred candidate" above all oth-
-e- s!.;;. ,,' .. .-.. -I ..
-,,.Seyeral.years-ago, I am told, a list was
created to fill a position in a-local govern- ,
mental agency. If my information is cor-
rect, and I have no reason to disbelieve my
source, the list of candidates was arranged
so that the name of the individual having
been the greatest contributor to a political
campaign was right at the top of the list,
and the selecting body found no reason to
dip.any further down to find the ideal
r replacement.
: Now, remember that this is all hypo-
thetical, but, in my opinion, is very possi-
.I ble, and, I might suggest, very probable!
.-,Will something be done to change this pro-
cedure? Probably not! Could it be
Changedd. Yes!
.,-, In a few months we will have another
local election, and two councilmanic seats
: .will be up for-filling. Whoever is elected,
along with the two sitting council mem-
bers may very well be selecting a fifth
member of council. You might want to
think about who it is that you want in
these places of representation for the next
four years.

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



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'The Right Thing' to do


As a normal rule, I
do not choose to
respond to letters to the
editor. However, today
I'll make an exception.
In a recent issue of
our local newspaper a
letter entitled "It's
never too late to do the
right thing" was printed
over the signature of
Mr. Eric Zimmerman of
the Crestview Little
League.
He stated that "In a
little over a month,
Crestview will again
repeat what is what I
feel one of its most
embarrassing annual
ventures."
- He was-correct-in ---
announcing that we will
register for youth base-
ball and softball during
the month of January.
As always we are excit-
ed about the upcoming


season. I have worked
with the City of
Crestview through sev-
enteen of those January
registrations and the
playing seasons that fol-
lowed. Each of my
seven children partici-
pated and I now look
forward to the first sea-
son for my oldest
grandson.
I do not recall a sea-
son when we were not
filled to capacity with
excited children.
During that time frame
I would estimate we
have enrolled 12,000
plus children who have
played in 5,000 plus ball
, gam es. .... ..-.
The area continues to
grow, as do bur city
programs. We welcome
the formation of other
leagues, as we cannot
accommodate every


Lynn Gann
Office Manager


child in the area. ments. The Crestview
We are not at all News Bulletin faithfully
embarrassed with our reports of their success.
league and hope that We will continue to
the children and parents offer a very successful
of other youth sports and strong program.
programs are not We do not need and are
embarrassed with not searching for an
theirs. organization to come in
As for doing the and take over the pro-
"right thing". At least gram. Parental involve-
for the last seventeen ment and direction will
years I feel that the come from the parents
cooperative effort who currently partici-
between city staff, par- pate in the city recre-
ents and fans, and the ation programs and not
children has been the from without.
right thing during those I join with the City
exciting early spring Council and Mayor
and summer months. Whitehurst and invite
Our league focuses on you to come visit with
-the regular season.e a- game or
games; for many chil- "Two th0rs season. You
dren this will be their might find that to be
only involvement in "the right thing" to do.
sports. We also, annu-
ally, send teams to play Michael Wing,
in post season tourna- City of Crestview


'Tis the season to switch


Grace-Marie Turner
Special to the News Bulletin

It's that time of year
again, when gift-giving,
good food, and family
get-togethers are on all
our minds. But amidst
the hustle and bustle of
holiday activities, seniors
enrolled in the new
Medicare prescription
drug plans need to be
thinking about whether
they want to stay with
their current plan. For
those interested in mak-
ing a switch, now is the
time.
It's also the time for
seniors who didn't pick a
Medicare drug plan
before last May's cut-off
date to enroll. Every
month that seniors delay
costs them an additional
1 percent in premiums.
Between Nov. 15 and
Dec. 31 every year,
Medicare hosts an open
enrollment period in
which seniors can reex-
amine their current pre-
scription drug coverage
and switch or sign up for
the first time. (Those with
retiree coverage through
their former employers
generally don't need to
do anything if their
employer offers a qualify-
ing Part D plan.)

This yearly period
allows seniors to take


advantage of the many
competing offerings pro-
vided under Medicare's
drug plan and pick the
one that's best for them.
The open-enrollment
period also keeps plan
providers on their toes.
Knowing that beneficia-
ries have the option to
switch to a competitor
means that insurers are
always trying to come up
with better plans which
results in lower prices
and a broader array of
choices.
This option to choose
between a host of private
insurers is what makes
Medicare Part D so differ-
ent from other govern-
ment programs.
By leveraging the
power of private-sector
competition, Medicare
Part D provides more
drugs than the frequently
vaunted programs in
Europe or Canada. Part D
is also vastly superior to
the drug benefit program
run by the Department of
Veterans Affairs, which
uses a more traditional
government-run model.
Almost 90 percent of
all prescription medica-
tions on the market are
currently available
through Part D.
That's in sharp con-
trast to other healthcare
systems across the world.
In France, for example,


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the government recently
asked doctors to pre-
scribe fewer medicines to
cut costs. In Germany,
many of the most-innova-
tive drugs aren't reim-
bursable. And even in the
United States, the
Department of Veterans
Affairs refuses to cover
many of the newest,
most-effective pharma-
ceuticals unless other
drugs are first tried.
When one compares
any of these programs to
Part D, there's simply no
comparison.
That's probably why
most seniors are pleased
with their current Part D
plans. Earlier this year,
the Kaiser Family
Foundation reported that
more than eight in 10
seniors enrolled in the
service are satisfied with
the plan they picked; that
their initial experiences
have been positive; and
three out of four would
pick the same plan again.
In fact, the drug bene-
fit is actually offering
more and better choices
than anyone anticipated
when Congress crafted
the program. Although
the government estimat-
ed that seniors would'
pay $37 a month in pre-
miums for their Medicare
drug coverage, the aver-
age premium has turned
out to be much lower -


just $25 a month.
These choices have
resulted in some great
deals for healthcare con-
sumers. Some prescrip-
tion drug plans, for
example, cost as little as
$5 a month. Others elimi-
nate the $250 deductible
before coverage kicks in.
Many plans are pro-
viding drug coverage in
the infamous "donut
hole"-the gap in the
standard plan where
insurance coverage is
interrupted between
moderate and high drug
expenses. As a result, the
majority of America's
seniors-72 percent-
now have some drug
coverage in the donut
hole.
Medicare Part D's suc-
cess owes much to the
many options it provides
to beneficiaries. This holi-
day season, seniors who
aren't fully satisfied with
their coverage should
take advantage of those
options by switching to
the plan that's best for
them. And for those who
haven't signed up yet,
this is the time.

Grace-Marie Turner is
president of the Galen
Institute, a research orga-
nization based in
Alexandria, Va., that focus-
es on free-market ideas
for health reform.


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FIRE, from page 1A


which the fire spread through the attic," said
Everage.
Heather Hendrix is a kindergarten teacher
at Antioch Elementary School. She also lives
next door to the couple.
Not knowing which house was on fire, she
hurried home when she heard that a house on
Jillian Street was a blaze.
"I could see the smoke and the flames up
on that hill from the school parking lot," said
Hendrix. "I didn't know what to think. I just
knew it was near where I lived and I rushed
there as fast as could."
The fire raged for nearly an hour as more
than a dozen firefighters battled the blaze
from the ground and above with Crestview
ladder truck number 5.
The Holt fire department brought their new
rescue truck, the only one in the area specially
equipped with an air cascade system that
allows them to refill portable air breathing
tanks on site.
The Crestview Fire Department's incident
report estimated the property loss at $250,000,
and the contents at $50,000.
"How can you put a value on all of the per-
sonal items, photographs, heirlooms?," said
Jones as he carried a handful of soggy, white
with ash, items out of the home.
"Sure we're going to rebuild right here,"
said Jones. "We like the area and we'll rebuild
right here on this same spot."
For now the Joneses are staying with their
dose friend Bill Glade, commander of the
VFW Post 5450.
"We were here together here at the hall
when he got the call from his wife," said
Glade. "I had no idea that it was going to turn
out to be that bad. I was there this morning
with them. They have lost everything."
Glade said that the VFW is doing every-
thing that they can to help the family indud-


Ken Nielsen/The News Bulletin
Warren Jones comforts his wife Allene as
they stand in a neighbor's driveway watch-
ing their dream home consumed by fire.
ing holding a special fundraiser for them after
the first of the year.
Jones said the response from the communi-
ty has been overwhelming.
"Every one at the VFW hall, all of our
neighbors, everybody up and down the street
has come to us and said," 'Anything you need,
clothes, food, just let us know.'"
An account has been opened in the family's
behalf with Eglin Federal Credit Union, for
those who would like to make a donation to
help them.


CADLE, from page 1A


fresh ideas and leadership to
local government.
"When I retired, I had no
idea what I was going to do,"
he said. "I was sort of adrift
there for a while. But then
my phone started ringing."
Shortly after retirement,
people started planting the
seed in Cadle's ear to run for
mayor.
"I finally started listening
to them and to their concerns
about the city and its future,"
Cadle said.
Cadle has studied the
facets of city government
that,,fiL, under ,themayor' .,
leadership. i: ,V, .- n i '- .... ;
S.. According ,to the ,city's.
charter, Crestview uses a city
council-mayor form of gov-
ernment. Unlike a number of
neighboring cities, including
Niceville, Crestview does not
have a city manager. The
mayor's duties include over-
seeing public safety the
police and fire departments
- and enforcing laws and
ordinances. The mayor also
has the authority to initiate
investigations and reports
and can veto ordinances
established by the city coun-
cil. The mayor also repre-
sents the city on legislative
levels and often makes trips
to Tallahassee to speak on
behalf of the city council con-
cerning local issues. Cadle
promises to speak to legisla-
tures and press them about
local issues like traffic cotn-
gestion.
"I'll remind them that


thousands are moving here,"
he said.
Cadle believes his finger is
on the pulse of local issues. _
"We're in a situation now
that the growth is coming at
us so fast and furious that I
think it's caught us a little off
guard," he said. "We're play-
ing catch up now; we need to
play it quickly."
For the past few months,
Cadle has gotten feedback
from numerous city resi-
dents, including civic and
business leaders, police offi-
cers and other citizens not
involved in public office.
,,, Cadle admits that the city
;is not a marching band. But'
he believes he learned
lessons in education that par-
allel those in politics. And he
plans to apply 38 years of
wisdom and knowledge
obtained from working with
a diverse array of students
and parents involved in band
programs.
"Each year I took students
from every economic class,
every household and tried to
meld them into one unified
body," he said. "The city is
like that. The city has so
many different neighbor-
hoods with different prob-
lems.
"I think a leader with
experience in bringing peo-
ple together and compromis-
ing and working together to
come up with solutions I
think what I've done with
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Cadle. believes that traffic
concerns are the biggest chal-
lenges Crestview faces.
"I feel we need to press
our state representatives
much more to get on board to
help us find the solution con-
cerning traffic," he said,
referring to State Road 85.
He also hopes to see an
elevated salary schedule for
police officers and firemen.
"Everyone knows that we
lose those guys just as soon
as they get six months expe-
rience," he said. "They're
moving on to communities
around, us that pay -them

The mayor will have to
examine the city's millage
rate the property tax rate
expressed in mills per dollar
of property value.
"The millage rate is too
high. So how do you bring
taxes down for city residents
and take care of city employ-
ees?" Cadle asked rhetorical-
ly.
Cadle suggested the city
raise developers' impact fees
and lower the millage rate.
Many opponents of
impact fees say that home-
owners end up fronting the
higher costs anyway. While
Cadle agrees, he sees no
other option.
"Of course the developer
is going to pass the fee on to
the homeowner, but I see no
other way for us to correct
the budget imbalances we
have," he said. "It needs to
be a pay as you go situation."
All business aside, Cadle
calls Crestview home
because he was welcomed i
here 28 years ago when he
moved his family from a eco-
nomically depressed coal
mining town in West
Virginia.
"I was welcomed with
open arms," he said. "I
would like to see our city,
even in all its growth, to
retain that sense of small-
town community even with
the growth going on here.
"I want all these newcom-
ers to sense that same thing
my family felt when we
moved here."
Cadle mostly believes that
the mayor can forge relation-
ships and display an exam-
ple of compromise in the face
of disagreements.
"The mayor can set an
example of leadership to
bring all the different groups,
together, to unify the council'
to meet common goals," he
said.
"Compromise is so impor-
tant. People get so
entrenched in their position
that they won't budge and
that hurts the city. There has,
to be a working relationship
between the mayor and
council members."


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6A I Crestview News Bulletin CRI M E


,POLICE
BLOTTER
Information taken from actual law
enforcement port, compiled by
ADAM ZIGLAR
Mr. Baggy Pants
Recently, the sheriff's office
arrested a man on charges of
providing a false name while
being detained; carrying a
concealed weapon and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
According to an adden-
dum of probable cause, the
man was asked for his identi-
fication, but refused to tell the
deputy his full name.
The deputy described the
incident this way. The man
thumbed through his wallet
and came across an insurance
card. The deputy asked to see
it so he could:verify the name
that the man gave him.
After reading the card, the
man admitted that he gave the
deputy a false name. The
deputy then searched the man
and soon realized that his
pants were fairly heavy and
baggy.
After searching him, the
deputy discovered four pock-
et knives and a marijuana
smoking device. There were
two larger knives in the car
and the back seat was full of
circus downs. OK, no circus
owns, but the man was
arrested and somewhat
relieved when the deputy
lightened his load.

Fun with tree limbs
Some people, kids at heart,
still like to climb trees. Some
like to use tree limbs to whack
their friends over the head.
Here's an example of a


man who has been charged
with aggravated battery for
"whopping" his friend over
the head and "slicing him
good," according to a sheriff's
office report.
The deputy reported that
the man and another friend
were hanging out in nature
when one of the men grabbed
a tree limb and whacked the
other over the head.
The man sustaining the
injuries was taken to the hos-
pital and the man who is
accused of swinging the stick
refused to provide deputies a
statement.

'Working out' the
personal problems
Recently, a local couple
were traveling down the high-
way, talking through their
personal problems.
According to police offi-
cials, the couple were talking
when the boyfriend grabbed
the woman by the arm and hit
her with his dosed right fist
on her upper right arm leav-
ing a red mark.
The couple's seven month
old son was in the car when
the incident occurred, accord-
ing to the report.
The female, who se prob-
lems were getting worked on,
was driving. She stopped the
car and the boyfriend fled on
foot. Apparently he had
worked on the relational
problems long enough and he
wanted to shift his focus to
some of the physical fitness
issues that he also needed to
Deal with. He was later arrest-
ed on the charge of battery.


OBITUARIES

Esker "Buck" Hall
Dec. 2, 1929 Dec. 3, 2Q06
Esker "Buck" Hall passed away Sun., Dec. 3, 2006 at North
Okaloosa Medical Center. Buck was born in Elba, Ala. on Dec.
2 1929 to the late Esker and Lizzie Kate Hall. Buck was a lov-
ing father, grandfather, brother, and uncle who enjoyed spend-
ing time with family and friends. He loved his special furry
friend Bozo.
Buck served his country as a soldier of the U.S. Army dur-
ing the Korean War.-He "was honorably discharged and
returned to civilian life. He worked for many years as a car-
busi--,L
I, equipment operator fdr'
Ol .Ok sa Countyuntil his zretirexient..Even then he continued
to work odd jobs.
Buck was predeceased by his son, Stevie Hall, granddaugh-
ter, Michelle Elder, and sister, MurtieJ. Lunsford.
He is survived -by his daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara
and Shelby Windham of Baker Fla., Kathy and Ron Tlton of
Navarre, Fla., Carol and Mike Bratsztein of Orlando, Fla., and
Donna and Frank Noltee of Tallaiassee, Fla.; sisters and broth-
:, ers-in-law; Murl and Harrell Hancock of Crestview, Fla. and
*Mary Smith of Chatsworth, Ga.; 15 grandchildren, Donna
i .'Barrow, Stephan Whatmough, Mike Rice, Kady Hall, Stephanie
Screen, Aaron Tilton, Alex Tilton, Joseph Bratsztein, Chris
I-ewhouse, Teresa Parr, Jason .Newhouse, Lauren Newhouse,
er Hopkins, Steven Hall,.arid Salina Elder; 21 great-
i a children and numerous nieces and nephews.
sThe family says, "We love you and will miss you, but now
are in the arms of Jesus."
S Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wed., Dec. 6 in the
chapel of Brackney Funeral Service. Burial will follow in
Cotton Cemetery. The family received friends Tuesday from 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Brackney Funeral, Service, Crestview, is in charge of
arrangements. .
Macy Grant
Dec. 7, 1921 Nov. 30. 2006
Macy Grant, age 84, of Crestview, passed away Thurs., Nov.
30, 2006. She was born Dec. 7, 192) in Monticello, Fla. and
moved to Crestview in 1954. She was retired from first Bank of
Crestview, a charter member and teacher at Harvest Life
Church in Crestview, and attended T.O.P.S. in Crestview..
IMacy was preceded in death by her husband, Bascom Grant
Sr., and son Bill Grant.
Survivors include one daughter, Shirley Parker, one loving
daughter-in-law, Joan Grant;seven grandchildren, seven great-
grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.
S Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Mon., Dec. 4 at
Harvest Life Church with Rev. Dale Walters officiating. Burial
followed in Live Oak Park MeNorial Cemetery. The family
received friends Sunday from 4,pma.to 6 p.m. at the church.
Brackney Funeral Service, Crestyiew, was in charge of arrange-
ments.


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City of Crestview crime reports
11/23: Amelia G Ramirez, age 20, of 710 Lee Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with driving while her license was sus-
pended. Amy L Blank, age 24, 353 James Lee Blvd, Crestview,
was charged with driving while his license was suspended.
11/24: Marty E Henderson, age 46, of 1348 Rayburn Street,
Crestview, was charged with driving while his license was sus-
pended, possession of marijuana under 20 grams, possession of
a controlled substance without a prescription arid possession of
narcotic equipment. Alejandro M Morales, age 25, of 707*Amos
Street, Crestview, was charged with domestic aggravated battery
and domestic aggravated sexual assault. John D Eves, age 35,
of 22768 9th Avenue, Florala, AL, was charged with a DUI.
11/25: A 17-year-old juvenile, address unknown, was charged
with two counts of domestic battery. Kenneth N Cansler, age 45,
of 2409 Rocky Shores Drive, Niceville, was charged with driving
while his license was suspended.
11/26: Melissa A Radford, age 38, of 403 Apple Drive,
Crestview, was charged per capias on the offense of aggravated
assault without the intent to kill. Alan Green, age 20, of
Lebanon, OH, was charged with grand theft auto. Mantoie R
Harvey, age 34, of 245 Church Street, Brownwood, GA, was
charged with grand theft auto. Melissa Sykes, age 27, of 3157
Southside Road, Columbia, NC, was charged with grand theft
auto. Matthew A Yeomans, age 21, of 105 Beacons Bend,
Crestview, was charged with attaching a car tag not assigned.
11/27: Kaycee N Cotton, age 19, of Shoffner Avenue,
Crestview, was charged with driving while her license was sus-
pended and financial responsibility for damage.
11/30: Cynthia L Gilday, age 49, of 3 Creek Court, Destin, was
charged with trespassing-failure to leave property after warning.
Okaloosa County Sheriff's reports
11/17: A 15-year-old juvenile, of Dothan, AL, was charged with
battery on a detention staff member.
11/20: A 17-year-old juvenile, of Niceville, was charged with
possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver
while on school property and possession of marijuana under 20
grams. This offense did occur at Crestview High School.
11/21: A 16-year-old juvenile, was issued a notice to appear
on the offenses of possession of marijuana under 20 grams and
possession of drug paraphernalia. Michael Jerome Dawsey, of
5411 Old Bethel Road, age 18, of Crestview, was issued a notice
to appear on the offense of possession of marijuana under 20
grams.
11/22: Kelly Rebecca Johnson, age 27, of 8210 Jakes Hill
Road, Laurel Hill, was charged per capias with failure to appear
for docket day on the charges of violation of probation and two
counts of driving while her license was suspended. Christopher
Owen Wilson, age 28, of 1870 Wadsworth Road, Baker, was
charged with violation of probation and driving while his license
was suspended. Roy Ed Stover, age 27, of 5300 S Ferdon Blvd.
Lot 14, was charged with domestic battery.
11/23: Christopher Andrew Oglesby, age 21, of 4291 Batten
Road, Crestview, was charged with domestic battery. A 14-year-
old juvenile, of Crestview, was charged with battery on a detention
slaff member.

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11/24: Nathaniel :Lee Whitman, age 22, of 873 Brett Street,
Crestview, was charged with aggravated battery. Kimberly
Gayle Katanas, age 40, of 4856 Kensington Lane, Crestview, was
charged with being a fugitive from justice per teletype from Santa
Barbara County, CA. Jeri Madoline Owens, age 37, of 4017
Sparrow Drive, Holt, was charged with providing false name while
lawfully detained and for 3 counts of worthless checks. Randy
Howard Campbell, age 37, of 4017 Sparrow Drive, Holt, was
charged with providing false name while lawfully detained, carry-
ing a concealed weapon and possession of drug paraphernalia. *
Delma Bryan Denmon Jr., age 20, of 5024 Chestnut Street, Baker,
was charged with principle to burglary/conveyance, burglary and
grand theft.
11/25: Shane Darrell Long, age 20, unknown address, was
charged with retail theft. Ralph Wayne Moorer, age 47, of 698
Georgia Avenue, Crestview, was charged with domestic battery.
Nathan Levi Reddick, age 22, of Adams Road, Crestview, was
charged per capias with failure to appear on the original charge of
driving while his license was suspended.
11/26: Tara Michelle Miller, age 22, of Will Owens Road,
Laurel Hill, was charged per capias with 9 counts of worthless
checks. Christopher Allen Hawkins, age 28, of 4618 Bobolink
Way, Crestview, was charged with domestic battery. A 17-year-
old juvenile, of Crestview, was charged with domestic battery.
Christopher Clayton Banks, age 21, of 5657 Smokey Branch
Blvd., Crestview, was charge with violation of probation.
11/27: Cornelius Terrill Union, age 20, of 1005 Martin Luther
King Blvd Apt B5, Crestview, was charged with possession of mar-
ijuana with the intent .to distribute, possession of cocaine with the
intent to distribute and .tamperingwith evidence, Corey Brooks,
age 24, of 503 West Griffith Street; Crestview, was charged pos-
session of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of
cocaine with the intent to distribute and tampering with evidence.
*A 13-year-old juvenile, of Panama City, was charged with battery
on a detention staff member. *,Morris Singleton, age 62, of 4487
Mullins Trail, Holt, was charged with unlawful dumping. Alvaro
Iguaeio Abaunza, age 37, of Cosson Circle, Crestview, was
charged per capias on 5 counts of worthless checks. Latonya D
Harris, age 34, of 4008 Poverty Creek Road, Baker, was charged
with affray.
11/28: Shannon Dora Brown, age 33, of 310 Timberline Drive,
Crestview, per warrantwas charged with violation of probation on
the original charges of domestic battery, violation of injunction and
possession of drug paraphernalia. Dale Renee Collins, age 44,
of 499 Pearl Adams Road, Crestview, was charged per warrant on
violation of probation on the original charge of DUI. Kenneth
Earl Wise, age 37, of 1850 Dreaden Circle, Baker, was charged
per warrant on violation of probation on the original charge of
worthless checks.
11/29: Ricky Paul Turney, age 41, of 1150 Airport Road Apt
168, Destin, was charged with being a fugitive from justice per
teletype from Allegheny County Sheriff's office, PA. Henry Paul
Miller, age 44, of 1150 Airport Road Apt 168, Destin, was charged
with possession of marijuana under 20 grams and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Elizabeth Ann Floyd, age 27, of 106
Monahan Drive, Crestview, was charge per capias on the offense
of worthless checks.

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e. feel at home


With the holidays right
around the comer, 'tis the
season for guests! We all
want to make our family
and friends feel at home, but
sometimes the condition of
our guest room is nothing
more than an afterthought to
all of the other craziness this
time of the year brings. Sure,
there are clean linens on the
bed, but is your guest room
a place where people feel
truly comfortable?
Usually a spare room
serves more than one func-
tion. The guest room often
doubles as an office or den,
which can be a little uncom-
fortable for your guests. You
don't want them to feel as if
they are invading your
space. Besides, who really
wants to sleep amongst the
computer and stacks of
papers? There are several
ways in which you can use a
room for more than one pur-
pose in a less obvious way.
Storage Space:
The advantage you have in
your guest room is that your
closet can be used for just
about anything but clothes.
(Assuming that you don't
have any overflow from
your own closet!) Unless
you are expecting long-term
guests, they generally will
only need a small rack to
hang a few garments with a
little leftover room for lug-
gage. A free closet can serve
any number of purposes, so
be creative! If it is pretty
large, consider converting it
into an alcove where you
can place your desk, book-
cases, or an organized stor-
age area for all of your files.
Browse a home organization


store for ideas; they can
serve as a great starting
point if you are lost.
Functional
Furnishings: To help
balance comfort and func-
tion, look for furniture that
can be used in more than
one way. For instance, a day
bed makes a great couch for
you and can double a twin
or full size bed for your
guests. A flat-paneled mon-
itor can serve your guests as
a television screen and can
also be adapted to work
with your computer.
Armoires and secretaries
also make excellent furni-
ture for a guest area, as they
expand for more room, and
look less like a workstation
and more like warm and
inviting touches to your
guest room. Can't buy new
furnishings? Look at what
you have to see what might
work an old piano bench
can work as a chest, a book
case can be cleared out to
double as drawer space.
The trick is to get creative.
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Comfort Is Key:
Make sure your guests have
plenty of fresh linens. Towels
and sheets that look and
smell dean can make all the
difference and are inexpen-
sive. Warm the room's
atmosphere by installing a
dimmer switch or placing
seasonal aromatic candles in
non-hazardous areas.
This year, before your
guests come knocking at
your door, take a look at
your spare bedroom and see
if there are any improve-
ments to be made. Giving
visitors a great place to stay
is one of the best gifts you
can give! Moreover, it will
make everyone more com-
fortable and make your time
together all the more enjoy-
able. Happy Holidays!
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Makes: 15 to 30 (3 oz.) servings

1 Reynolds Oven Bag, Turkey Size
1 tablespoon flour
2 stalks celery, sliced
1 medium onion, sliced
12 to 24 pound turkey, thawed
Vegetable oil
1 tablespoon dried sage
1 teaspoon dried thyme
1 teaspoon dried rosemary
1 teaspoon seasoned salt

PREHEAT oven to 3500F.
SHAKE flour in Reynolds Oven Bag;
place in large roasting pan at least 2 inches
deep. Spray inside of bag with nonstick
spray to reduce sticking, if desired.
ADD vegetables to oven bag. Remove
neck and giblets from turkey. Rinse turkey;
pat dry. Brush turkey with oil. Combine
sage, thyme, rosemary and seasoned salt.
Sprinkle and rub herb mixture over turkey,
turning to coat evenly.
PLACE turkey in oven bag on top of veg-
etables.
CLOSE oven bag with nylon tie; cut six
1/2-inch slits in top. Insert meat thermometer


through slit in bag into thickest part of inner
thigh not touching the bone. Tuck ends of,
bag in pan.
BAKE 2 to 2 1/2 hours for a 12 to 16 Ib.
turkey, 2 1/2 to 3 hours for a 16 to 20 ib.
turkey, and 3 to 3 1/2 hours for a 20 to 24 Ib.
turkey, or until meat thermometer reads
1800F. For easy slicing, let stand in oven
bag 15 minutes before opening.
REYNOLDS KITCHENS TIPS:
For stuffed turkey: Lightly stuff turkey
with your favorite stuffing recipe before
brushing with oil. Add 1/2 hour to bake time.
If turkey sticks to oven bag, gently
loosen bag from turkey before opening bag.
Estimate 1 pound per person for gener-
ous servings with leftovers.


ORANGE CRANBERRY WILD DUCK


Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 1
hour Makes: 4 servings

1 Reynolds@ Oven Bag, Large Size
2 tablespoons flour
2 pound wild duck, split in half
Salt and pepper to taste
2 tablespoons butter or olive oil
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon grated orange peel
1/4 cup orange juice
1/4 cup honey
1/2 cup coarsely chopped fresh or frozen
cranberries
Orange slices (optional)

PREHEAT oven to 325'oF. Shake flour in
Reynolds Oven Bag; place in 13x9x2-inch or


larger baking pan with opening toward wide
side of pan.
SPRINKLE duck with salt and pepper.
Melt butter in large skillet over medium-high
heat. Cook duck in butter until lightly
browned, turning once. Place duck in oven
bag.
COMBINE cinnamon, garlic powder,
orange peel, orange juice and honey in
bowl; stir in cranberries. Spoon sauce over
duck in oven bag.
CLOSE oven bag with nylon tie; cut six
1/2-inch slits in top; tuck ends of bag in pan.
BAKE 1 to 1 1/4 hours or until meat ther-
mometer registers 180F. Stir sauce; serve
over duck. If desired, garnish with orange
slices and cranberries.
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8A I Crestview News Bulletin


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2006


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Recently Antioch faculty and staff provided a Christmas breakfast for bus drivers, maintenance and custodial staff,
lunchroom ladies and other support personnel in appreciation for their hard work. Special entertainment was pro-
vided by fourth grade Aviators, who caroled under the direction of Ms. Patti Mitchell. The singing was enjoyed by
everyone. (photo submitted)


Elder Services to host

piano and violin recital


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Anna Isler, 6, plays the violin in a recent recital. Isler has
been playing for about four months. She will perform at
the Elder Services piano and violin recital on Dec. 14.


Elder Services of
Crestview will host a piano
and violin recital Dec. 14 at 6
p.m.
The recital, titled
"Beethoven spends
Christmas in Crestview," will
display the talents of young,
aspiring piano and violin
players who are under the
direction of local instructor


The Be Ready Alliance
Coordinating for
Emergencies (BRACE) and
the Federal Emergency
Management Agency
(FEMA) signed an agreement
on Friday, October 27 turning
ownership of FEMA mobile
homes and travel trailers
used to house disaster vic-
tims over to BRACE. Jackie
Bell, BRACE Chair and Scott
Morris, FEMA Florida Long
Term Recovery Director,
signed the agreement.
Also in attendance was
key partners including
Catholic Charities, Escambia
County, Neighborhood
Enterprise Foundation, Inc.,
City of Pensacola and United
Way of Escambia County.
Once BRACE takes own-


Victoria Adams.
Adams also teaches piano
lessons to senior adults at
Elder Services. The players
have learned a number of
classical pieces. The children
will play seven musical
pieces each.
Elder Services is located at
198 S. Wilson Street. For more
information, call 689-7958.


ership of the mobile homes
and travel trailers, they will
launch "Mission Homeward
Bound," a program to assist
those still living in tempo-
rary housing in finding per-
manent housing, either
through ownership of the
mobile home they occupy or
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Crestview News Bulletin I 9A


UDon't let holiday sopping blc..u ,ow your


Don't let holiday shopping blow your budget


Jason Alderman
Special to the News Bulletin
Now that the leftover
turkey is gone, you've proba-
bly moved on to the next sea-
sonal event holiday spend-
ing. Between gifts, entertain-
ing and travel, many of us
spend considerably more
than we'd planned, let alone
budgeted for. Add the
inevitable 10-pound weight
gain and it's not hard to
understand why for many,
December is the most stress-
ful month.
Ideally, you've been set-
ting money aside all year to
pay your holiday expenses.
No? Then make that a New
Year's resolution priority for
next year. In the meantime,
here are some tips for plan-
ning a holiday season bud-
get:
First, take a hard look at
what you typically spend on
gifts, decorations, new out-
fits, wrapping paper, cards,
special meals and year-end
gratuities.
At the same time, look at
the rest of your budget and
estimate how much you can
afford to spend without rack-
ing up debt. Some financial
planners recommend spend-
ing no more than 1.5 percent
of your annual income on
holiday expenses. If you
haven't saved that much,
look for ways to cut back. For
example:
Make gifts get your
kids involved in this family
activity.
Draw names with fami-
ly members so you each buy
fewer, nicer gifts.
Give older relatives gift
certificates for chores they
can't easily do. Grandma
doesn't need more bath salts;
she needs someone to help
shop and do yard work.
Be honest about what
nonessentials you could cut
outhius-year. Think about
some of the unnecessary gifts
you received last year: would
you have been any less
happy without them? You
might just save someone a
trip to the return window.
Make a list check it
twice. Decide what you wafAt
to spend on each item and
stick to your guns. It helps to
know in advance what you
want to buy so you're not
enticed by all the attractive
merchandise on the shelves.
Monitor your spending.
Practical Money Skills for
Life, a free personal financial
management site sponsored
by Visa USA, contains sever-
al online budgeting calcula-
tors including a printable gift
log to track the money you
spend on gifts (www.practi-
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your gift list and how much
you plan to spend; then, as
you buy gifts, enter the actu-
al amount spent and click
"Calculate" to add them up.
This tells how well you're
sticking to your budget and
warns when to economize.
Shop online. Think
about all the time and gas -
you waste wandering from
store to store, looking for
inspiration. Even if you
choose to buy things in per-
son, at least do your initial
research online. It's a great
way to find ideas and many
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a list of everything you need
to do and plot it out on a cal-
endar. Maybe that means
writing holiday cards on
your lunch hour or shopping
online while watching the


news, but isn't, that better
than staying up all night
putting together a bicycle?
This is supposed to be a
joyous time; don't let the
temptation to overspend ruin
your holidays and make


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Many Internet retailers also
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10A I Crestview News Bulletin


BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 06, 2006


Coleman earns Social Worker of the Year honor


Shirley (Dortch) Coleman,
a native of Crestview, Fla.
and one of 12 children born
into a devout Christian fami-
ly to Ms. Catherine Dortch
and the late Rev. Claude
Dortch, was recently recog-
nized by the Florida
Association of School Social
Workers as Social Worker of
the Year.
Mrs. Coleman is a 1982
graduate of Crestview Senior
High School. She graduated
from Okaloosa-Walton
Junior College in 1984 with
an A.A. degree in Criminal
Justice. She transferred to the
University of South Florida
in 1984 and graduated in
1986 with a B.A. degree in
Criminal Justice with the
intent of attending law
school and becoming an
attorney.
"God redirected me into
social work, and I love what I
do. I don't see at as a job, it is
a mission. I've been doing
this for 15 years, and I feel
my future is very bright."
Three years after receiving


her B.A. degree, Mrs.
Coleman returned to the
University of South Florida
and graduated from the
Master's of Social Work pro-
gram in 1991.
She says, "I eventually
would like to teach at a col-
lege or university. I'd like to
expand my work with young
people. You must enjoy what
you do and be able to be ded-
icated, patient and focused in
this business if you want to
be successful. I have had
numerous opportunities to
work with a diverse popula-
tion. I've gotten quite an edu-
cation from the people I've
helped along the way. And
I've had some memorable
experiences along the way,
some I'll never forget."
Mrs. Coleman is really
thrilled that the state organi-
zation recognized her. "The
fact that a 64-year-old organi-
zation recognized me means
a lot. It's always good to
know you're doing a good
job and other people know
that."


As a social worker in
Hillsborough County, Mrs.
Coleman works with the
Head Start Federal Program.
She is also a Head Start grad-
uate and was featured in the
2005 Edition of "Head Start
Success Stories" publication.
"I was never apprehensive
about working with children,
because this is what I love
doing and I know our young
people need positive role
models. This recognition will
provide greater opportunities
for me to advocate for chil-
dren and families and serve
in a greater capacity for fami-
lies in the State of Florida.
"This award confirms that
people value and appreciate
the social work profession
and realize the vital role we
play when serving children
and families. We're the polit-
ical voice and advocacy to
promote advanced policies
that have benefited all chil-
dren at all grade levels."
Mrs. Coleman has been a
member of the association
for the past 14 years, and in


September at their annual
conference, was elected as
treasurer and served as the
Minority Caucus chairper-
son.
Married for 15 years to
David Coleman. They have
four children. She has also
been a member of the Church
of God By Faith in Crestview
since 1980, serving under
Elder Theodore Powell. She
now attends Little Rock
Church of God By Faith
(Tampa, FL) where Dr.
Albert Landers Jr. is pastor.
At Little Rock COGBF, Mrs.
Coleman serves as District
Choir Directress, Local
Assistant Choir Directress,
Primary Sunday School
teacher, and Corresponding
Secretary, and is a member of
the Outreach Program.
"I feel very proud and
honored to have received
such an outstanding award. I
thank God and my family
and friends for all they have
helped me to accomplish in
my life. To God be the glory!"
she said. (story submitted)


Mrs. Shirley Coleman loves her job as a social worker,
and is proud to have been selected Social Worker of the
Year by the Florida Association of School Social Workers.
"The fact that a 64-year-old organization recognized me
means a lot. It's always good to know you're doing a
good job and other people know that." (photo submitted)


Contours Express declares Breast Cancer Awareness Fitness Initiative a success


NICHOLASVILLE, Ky.- warding off breast cancer," research.
As part of October's Breast said Myra J. Biblowit, presi- "We are thrilled that the
Cancer Awareness Month, dent of The Breast Cancer '10-5 To Save Lives' event
Contours Express, an all- Research Foundation. was a financial success and
women circuit training gym "Contours Express advocates will help fund key research
featuring real weights for real strength-training exercise, for The Breast Cancer
results, and The Breast community and education Research Foundation," said
Cancer Research Foundation among their members and Bill Helton, president of
launched their first partner- we're thankful that they Contours Express. "But our
ship fundraiser in an effort to chose our organization to be pride comes in knowing that
raise money for breast cancer a part of their successful out- our franchise owners came
research. Over 80 Contours reach." During Breast Cancer together to educate the hun-
Express clubs and 10,000 Awareness Month, hundreds dreds of women in communi-
members participated nation- of initiatives are launched in ties nationwide about the
wide in raising approximate- an effort to raise millions of benefits of strength-training
ly $50,000 to support the dollars in the fight against exercise in helping to reduce
foundation in their charge to breast cancer. In partnering the risk of and aiding in the
find a cure and further edu- with The Breast Cancer recovery from breast cancer."
cate women about the bene- Research Foundation, The event was an all day
fits exercise has in combating Contours Express, the coun- fitness initiative where
and recovering from breast try's #2 all-women circuit Contours Express members
cancer. training gym behind indus- donated their 29-minute
"From research that The try-leader Curves, was workout to The Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Research ensured that at least 85% of Research Foundation. Each
Foundation has funded, we monies raised during the "10- member raised pledges for
know that exercise is an 5 To Save Lives" event would their workouts and donated
important component of go directly to breast cancer the proceeds to the cause.
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Social Security email scam

Okaloosa County Sheriff designed to look like Social message or anything similar,
Charlie Morris is warning the Security's Internet Web site. please report it to Social
public about a new email Once there, the individual is Security's Office of Inspector
scam that is being circulated asked to register by giving out General hotline at 1-800-269-
under the title "Cost-of-Living personal information such as 0271.
for 2007 Update". his or her Social Security num- You can also use a Public
The Social Security ber, bank account informa- Fraud Reporting Form that is
Inspector General's Office tion, and credit card informa- available online at OIG's web-
says the message redirects tion. site http://www.socialsecuri-
readers to a phony Web site If you receive such an email ty.gov/oig.


Salvation Army Kettles volunteers needed


Prior to the launch of the
event, the Contours Express'
corporate office announced
that they would donate
matching funds to the BCRF,
adding to the franchisees'
fundraising efforts. This is
the first of many fundraising
efforts that Contours Express


will sponsor as part of their
partnership with The Breast
Cancer Research Foundation.
Currently, both the founda-
tion and Contours Express
are working together to con-
cept new fundraising initia-
tives that will launch in June
2007.


More information about
the program and other events
can be found at
www.ContoursExpress.com
or www.bcrfcure.org. To
learn more about your local
club's efforts, please contact
Sarah Pritts at 502.394.9189 or
sarahp@carryonpr.com.


The Salvation Army is in
the midst of its major fund-
raiser of the year, the kettle
program. For a successful
event, 2,307 volunteers are
required to keep all 50 sites
covered. The funds from the
kettles support the programs
of The Salvation Army all
year round.
Volunteer commitment is
running low and The
Salvation Army is asking you
to consider if it has impacted
your life in any way, and if so,


it asks that you pass it on.
If during the war you
received a cup of coffee or a
doughnut, pass it on. If you
have been reconnected to a
family member, enrolled
your child in the sports pro-
gram, if you have been sent
to camp, or if The Salvation
Army provided daycare for
your child, pass it on.
If you were once homeless,
given food, or a place to lay
your head, pass it on. If you
have had your house pay-


ment or your utility bill paid,
had your medication filled at
no charge, pass it on. If you
were given a meal, bottled
water or ice after a disaster,
pass it on. If you or your
child were provided a toy
during the holiday season,
pass it on.
You can pass it on by help-
ing raise the funding to con-
tinue to provide these ser-
vices by ringing a bell just
one shift. Call 554-4348 or
sign up at www.ringbells.org.


I BUILDING PERMITS


Okaloosa County
11/22: Leo Wilfred Jr., 4686
Middlebrook Road, Holt, gas by
homeowner. Maureen J.
Timoney, 6277 Holloway Road,
Baker, alarm system by
Dependable Alarm Company. *
Mickey G Mason, 4656
Bobolink Way, Crestview, elec-
trical by homeowner. LewLew
United Partnership, 1480
Vinson Ray Road, Baker, com-
mercial build and electrical by
homeowner. WH and Shiriey
Alford, 5261 Fowler Road,
Crestview, home occupation. *
Holiday Builders, 2407
Cumberland Way, Crestview,
irrigation by Panhandle Lawn &
Sprinkler. Leonard and Linda
Smith, 104 West Walker Circle,
Crestview, roof by Kenneth
Jackson Roofing..
11/27: Maureen J Timoney,
6277 Holloway Road, Baker,
gas by Zachary's Gas Services.
* Hipolito and Ruth Rodriguez,
5135 Blue Springs, Baker, gas
by Zachary's Gas Services. *
David Youngblood Jr., 1255
Youngblood Drive, Baker, elec-


trical by homeowner. Gregory
Schultz, 380 Brown Place,
Crestview, plumblng.by Everson
Plumbing Inc. Lavem Crews,
4382 Antloch Road, Crestview,
electrical by Third Phase
Electric. R&B Construction,
2209 Lake Silver Road,
Crestview, plumbing by Reeves
Plumbing. Guenter and GIsela
Bosner, Bayrldge Drive,
Crestview, electrical by home-
owner.
11/28: Gregory and Patricia
Seip, 5862 Deermont Drive,
Crestview, manufactured home
and plumbing by John's Mobile
Home Services. William E
Landsberg, Leitemann Road,
Baker, electrical by homeowner.
* OKLCO, Moore Loop,
Crestview, single family dwelling
by Centennial Development
Corp. Mike Josey
Construction, Eagle Drive,
Crestview, single family dwelling
by homeowner. Richard Jr.
and Jane Connolly, 4730
Connor Drive, Crestview,
plumbing by Everson Plumbing.
* William and Margare Smith,


3073 Cosson Circle, Crestview,
accessory structure by Jacob
Locke Construction. WM and
. Rebecca Tlllman, 120 Hillwood
Drive., Crestview, plumbing by
A-1 Plumbing. Henry
Company Homes, 6200 Flash
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Mike Martello, a member
of the Knights of Columbus
and head boys basketball.
coach at Baker High School,
arranged the annual Knights
of Columbus Spelling Bee
held at Baker High. Three


hundred and seventy four
students from grades 5
through 10 participated in the
competition. The top 10 from
each class competed in the
final round of competition
held on Oct. 24.


Judges for the event were:
Richard Walcheck, State
District Deputy, George
Liedel, Trustee, Herb Fosman,
Church Director, and Knight
members Rod Echevarria and
Ace Cooper.


Winners from each level
received a $50.00 US savings
bond and a first place ribbon.
Second and third place win-
ners received second and
third place ribbons. The first
place winners in each division


will compete at the district
spelling bee competition to be
held at the Crestview Knights
of Columbus Hall on Dec. 2,
with winners advancing to
the regional competition.
Regional winners will


advance to the State of Florida
competition to be held in
Orlando area in January 2007.
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Grand Knight, who presented
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Meeting in regular session Emergency Medical
November 21, the Okaloosa- Technicians. Applications to
Walton College District Board the program will be accepted
of Trustees approved revisions starting December 1 and will
to the admissions require- be available on the OWC web-
ments for the college's popu- site.
lar Registered Nursing pro- In other items, OWC
gram to allow individuals trustees approved a proposal
enrolled in a Licensed for a long-term lease of OWC
Practical Nursing (LPN) pro- property to the Heritage
gram to apply and be admit- Museum in Valparaiso for use
ted to the college's RN pro- in planned expansion of the
gram on a provisional basis museum.
until they receive an LPN Trustees also approved two
license, endowed teaching chairs for
OWC's health technology the college. An endowed chair
instructional offerings were in women's athletics, the first
also expanded as college teaching chair for OWC's ath-
trustees approved admissions letics program, will be named
requirements for a new for Bluewater Bay resident
Emergency Medical Elizabeth Shwiller, an ardent
Technician certificate program fan of the OWC Raider athlet-
that begins at OWC in March. ic teams. Shwiller established
The EMT program at OWC a gift for the M. Elizabeth
will prepare students to apply Shwiller Distinguished
for the exa'ihaff Mftoi, Endowed Teaching Chair .in
"Te 'm" aY o'n' ii d- teEfiF Women's -A-Atiko -tlougte
Emergency Medical the OWC Foundation.
Technician and a National The James and Christian
Registry Emergency Medical LaRoche Distinguished
Technician-Basic. Endowed Teaching Chair in
The 11-credit OWC pro- Poetry and Literature was
gram for the EMT certificate named by Frederick LaRoche
will blend classroom instruc- in honor of his late parents. A
tion with hands-on skills $100,000 donation to create the
training and real world cini- endowed chair through the
cal education to prepare stu- OWC Foundation will also be
dents as entry level eligible for state matching


funds and will provide sup-
port for the college's
Communications
Department.
Trustees also approved the
proposed naming of the Allyn
C. Donaldson, Jr.
Entrepreneurial Institute at
the South Walton Center for
the purpose of enhancing eco-
nomic development and creat-
ing entrepreneurial opportu-
nities for business owners,
students and the community.
Details of the gift will be
announced at a later date. The
OWC South Walton Center is
currently in the site-prepara-
tion stage of development.
Also approved by trustees
were:
Retirement resolutions for
Bob Atwood of Niceville, an
OWC Graphic Design professor
for 30 years; Lucia Robinson of
Fort Walton Beach, an OWC
SePolrwwuicatioMs.pAqofessor for- 20-
years; Colandus Chatman of
Lockhart, Al, with OWC's
Physical Plant for more than 19
years of service; and Roy McGriff
of Fort Walton Beach with
OWC's Physical Plant for more
than 15 years of service;
An endowed scholarship
agreement with the National
Defense Industrial Association to
provide 4-year scholarships for


engineering majors who begin
their program of study at OWC
and go on to the College of
Engineering at the University of
Florida. OWC has an articulation
agreement with UF which pro-
vides admissions for OWC stu-
dents who successfully complete a
specified program of study; '
A clinical nursing agree-
ment with Crossroads Medical
Clinic in Fort Walton Beach for
students in the Bachelor of
Science in Nursing program to
obtain clinical experience at the
facility;
An easement to Gulf Power
Company at the OWC Fort
Walton Beach campus to allow
for electrical power to the
Children in Crisis organization,
which is building facilities on the
campus property;
The 2007-2008 college cal-
endar; and
The 2007-2008 admissions
.pocess fow A.he 1G. Gdlegiate
High School which provides for a
primary application period dur-
ing February 2007, a lottery
process if the applications exceed
capacity, and a secondary appli-
cation period during March 2007
if space is open in the charter
school.
The next OWC District
Board of Trustees meeting is
January 16, 2007 at 6:30 p.m.


State Education Commissioner visits to recognize

OWC Collegiate as National Blue Ribbon School


Florida's Chancellor for K-
12 education, Dr. Cheri Yecke
from the Florida
Departmentof Education, vis-
ited Okaloosa-Walton College
on November 20 to give for-
mal state recognition of the
national Blue Ribbon designa-
tion recently awarded to the
OWC Collegiate High School.
Yecke spoke to a crowd of
more than 300 students, par-
ents, community leaders and
Collegiate school staff, noting
that the national Blue Ribbon
designation was/ similar to
winning an NFL national
championship ring, "Its rare,
it's earned by hard work and


it recognizes excellence," said
Yecke.
In her keynote address,
Yecke continued her theme of
excellence, recognizing
Collegiate High School stu-
dents and teachers for being
among only two public high
schools in Florida to receive
the national Blue Ribbon des-
ignation. Yecke also com-
mended students for making
a "choice for their future" by
enrolling in the Collegiate
school, noting that students
graduate for the charter high
school with an AA college
degree and thus have a two-
year headstart on their educa-


tion, careers, and life in gener-
al.
The Collegiate High School
at Okaloosa-Walton College
was named a "2006 No Child
Left Behind Blue Ribbon
School", among 250 nation-
wide and 12 from Florida,
who were recognized by the
U.S. Secretary of Education
Margaret Spellings. School
officials traveled to
Washington, D.C. in early
November for ceremonies
that honored all schools who
received the national Blue
Ribbon designation.
The Blue Ribbon Schools
Program honors public and


private K-12 schools that are:
academically superior in their,
states or that demonstrate
dramatic gains in student
achievement. The schools are
nationally recognized for their
academic achievement as
among America's most suc-
cessful schools. The OWC

Collegiate High School's Blue
Ribbon award is the first time
a local school has been recog-
nized since Niceville High
School was named a Blue
Ribbon school in 1996.
"To be recognized at the
national level is a true honor,"
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NEWS&
NOTES


Schedule
Thursday
Boys basketball
Rocky Bayou at Laurel Hill, 7:15
p.m.
Girls basketball
Baker at Jay, 6:45 p.m.
Pace at Crestview, 7 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Paxton, 7:15 p.m.
Girls welghtliftng
Baker, Choctawhatchee and
Nlceville at Crestview, 3 p.m.
Middle school basketball
Davidson at Meigs, 5 p.m.
Richbourg vs. St. Mary's, 5 p.m. at
Chester Pruitt
Middle school soccer
Destin at Davidson, 5 p.m.
Richbourg vs. Ruckel, 5 p.m. at
Niceville Softball Complex
Friday
Boys baski tiia
Pensacola Christian at Baker, 7:15
p.m.
Crestview at Laurel Hill, 7:30 p.m.
Girls soccer
Crestview at Timber Wolf
Tournament In Tallahassee, 4:30 p.m.
_Wrestling-
Crestview at Lincoln (Tallahassee)
Tournament, TBA at Florida State
University

Photos
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sporting events can be seen
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Little League
Registration for the 2007
season at Crestview Little
League will be held Saturdhy
at Ace Hardware and at
Walgreen's. Registration is
from 10 a.m.-2 p.m..
The league will also have
registration on Jan. 20, Jan.
27 and Feb. 3.
Children ages 5 to 16
who live within the
Crestview Little League
boundaries are eligible to
enroll to play baseball or
fast pitch softball.
Registratign- -is- required
even if the child played pre-
viously.
Parents can find more
information online at
www.crestviewlittleleague.co
m or call 423-1011.

Reindeer Run
The YMCA/North
Okaloosa Medical Center
Reindeer ,Run 5KW10K
Run/Walk will be held
Saturday at 8 a.m. near the
NOMC. Entry fee is $17 ($20
on race day). Entry fees will
be used to improve current
YMCA facilities and to bring
new programs to the com-
munity. Participants can find
links to register online at
www.ecymca.org/NorthOkal
oosa/index.html. For details,
call (850) 689-2999.

OWC sports
The Okaloosa-Walton
College men's basketball
team improved to 9-1 with a
pair of wins at the Panhandle
Shootout at Chipola.
The Raiders defeated
Santa Fe Community
College 83-76 on Dec. 1.
OWC beat South Georgia
Tech 81-77 on Dec. 2.
The Okaloosa-Walton
College women's basketball
team split a pair of games at
the Florida JUCO Classic in
Gainesville.
The Raiders (8-3) fell 61-
57 against Santa Fe on Dec.
1. OWC routed FCCJ 62-33
on Dec. 2 in its final game
before the holiday break.

Cheer fundraiser
The Davidson Middle
School cheerleading squad
is selling raffle tickets to
raise money for its trip to a
competition 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 purchase
a ticket, contact any
Davidson cheerleader or
mother, or contact sponsor
Melissa Waits at the school
at (850) 683-7500 x703.


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Two ex-Dawgs

headed to bowls
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Three former Crestview
football players received
early Christmas presents
over the weekend.
Shawn Todd (Crestview
'03) and the Troy football
team earned a share of the
Sun Belt Conference title and
a trip to the New Orleans
Bowl.
Richard Bortner
(Crestview '04)'and Sun Belt
co-champion Middle


S College report-
Tennessee State got a bid to
the Motor City Bowl.
Brian Reynolds
(Crestview '03) and the Delta
State football team advanced
to the semifinals of the
NCAA Division II tourna-
ment.
Todd and the Trojans (7-5,
6-1) clinched their share of
the Sun Belt title with a 26-13
victory Dec. 2 at Florida
International.
Troy will face Rice (7-5) on
Dec. 22 in the New Orleans
Bowl. The game kicks off at 7
p.m. in the Louisiana
Superdome and will be tele-


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vised by ESPN2. The bowl
bid is Troy's second in'three
years.
Todd, a starting defensive
end, has 30 tackles, 3.5 sacks,
17 quarterback hurries and
two forced fumbles.
Middle Tennessee State
(7-5, 6-1) finished its season
in November. The Blue
Raiders will face MAC


Challenger Award


Photo Illustration by Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Crestview senior Joe Thigpen (left) and Baker senior David Langston (right) were named their
schools' Challenger Award recipients during a banquet Monday in Pensacola.




Role models


Thigpen, Langston
receive the
Challenger Award
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

PENSACOLA Joe
Thigpen and David
Langston combined to pro-
duce over 2,200 yards and 14
touchdowns for the
Crestview and Baker foot-
ball programs this fall.
Their teammates thought
just as highly of their per-
formances off of the field.
Thigpen and Langston
were honored Monday night
during the Challenger
Awards banquet in the
Pensacola Civic Center.
Thigpen received the
Crestview award for the sec-
ond straight year. Langston
is Baker's first recipient in
recent memory.
The Bulldog and Gator
players voted for a team-
mate who best represented
the teachings of Jesus Christ,
both on and off of the field.
Players from 30 football pro-
grams in the Pensacola area
were honored Monday.
Thigpen and Langston
serve as president of the
Fellowship of Christian
Athletes at their schools.


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Travis Freeman delivers the
keynote speech during the
Challenger Award banquet.
Freeman played high school
football despite losing his
sight at age 12.
Crestview coach Matt
Brunson and Baker coach
Bob Kellogg praised their
school winners during the
awards presentation.
"This young man's per-
sonal character and integrity
are unsurpassed," Brunson
told the crowd during
Thigpen's introduction.
Said Kellogg: "David is a
great leader both on and off
of the field, and shows he
great character."
The two players hope
their football performances


helped them serve as wit-
nesses for their faith.
"I hope I showed that no
matter what' obstacle may
come in the way, just keep
on keeping on and keep
your eyes focused on what is
important, and that is the
man above," said Thigpen,
who quarterbacked the
Bulldogs for three years.
"He will lead you in the
right direction."
Langston led Baker in
scoring and all-purpose
yards as a senior. He also led
most of the Gators'
postgame prayers.
"The most important
thing I want people to see is
that God is more important
than anything you can do on
or off of the field," Langston
said. "He should be No. 1,
and that is one goal I have
set."
,The 1,500 athletes in
attendance also heard testi-
mony from Florida State,
Auburn and Alabama foot-
ball players. Florida players
usually attend the banquet,
but the Gator representa-
tives encountered travel dif-
ficulties.
Travis Freeman delivered
the keynote address.
Freeman gained national

See ROLE, page 3B


champion
Central
Michigan (9-,
4) in the
Motor City
Bowl on Dec.
26. The game
will kick off
REYNOLDS at 6:30 p.m.
(Crestview
time) in Ford Field and will
be televised by ESPN. The
bowl bid is MTSU's first
since 1964.
Bortner, a reserve offen-
sive lineman, saw action in
11 Blue Raider games.
Reynolds and Delta State
continued their postseason
run with a 27-10 victory
against North Alabama in


the Southeast Region cham-
pionship game.
North Alabama was the
top seed in the region and
was ranked No. 3 in Division
II national polls. The
Statesmen avenged a 17-10
regular season loss against
the Lions.
The Statesmen (12-2)
advance to play at top-
ranked and defending
Division II champion Grand
Valley State (13-0) on
Sunday at 6 p.m. ESPN2 will
televise the game. The
Lakers defeated, North
Dakota 30-20 to win the
Northwest Regional.
See REPORT, page 3B


Crestview, Baker


get back on track


Key players return

from injuries
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Some sore feet started
feeling better last week,
helping the Crestview and
Baker boys basketball teams
take some steps in
the right direction.
The Dawgs and
Gators combined for
five wins in six games
last week as their top
returning scorers
returned from vari-
ou's foot injuries. S
Crestview (2-3) SH
defeated Pace and Walton
before falling against
Niceville. The Dawgs had
started 0-2 without center
Matt Sanders (broken bone
in foot) and shooting guard
Shawn Gilbert (ankle).
"Shawn and Matt both fill
big roles for us," CHS coach
Brian Humphrey said.
"They enhance our team
tremendously."
Baker (3-1) swept West
Florida Baptist, South


-Boys basketball-
Walton and Bozeman. The
Gators had lost their opener
against Rocky Bayou as
sophomore forward
Stephen Shelley rested a
sprained ankle. Baker coach
Mike Martello thinks his
team might have finished
S November with a 4-0
mark if Shelley could
have played against
the Knights.
"1 like to think
Stephen is worth at
least five points to us
on offense and at
least five points on
S defense, and we lost
by 10," Martello said.
Sanders and Gilbert com-
bined for seven points on
Nov. 28 as Crestview picked
up its first win of the season
with a 44-35 home victory
against District 1-5A foe
Pace.
P "I tried to get in the mid-
dle and rebound and set
other guys up for shots,"
said Sanders, who has
played through his injury

See HOOPS, page 5B


Soccer captain


keeps her focus


Stacy Meyers is a

leader for CHS
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Carlos Bonilla looked into
Stacy Meyers' eyes and saw
a player with the same vision
he has for the Crestview girls
soccer program.
Bonilla then tapped
Meyers to serve as one of
the captains of his
first Dawgs team -
in other words, to
serve as the
Crestview coach's
eyes on the field.
"My captains are
like my right hand,"
Bonilla said. "I tell
them what to do and E
it gets done, and I can con-
centrate on their training.
"Stacy became a captain
because I saw her leader-
ship and her ability to take
care of the girls inside the
field. I can take care of
them outside the field, but I
need my captains to take
care of them inside the
field."


- Girls soccer-
Meyers has seen a lot of
things on the soccer field
since she started playing the
sport at Davidson Middle
School. She played defender
for most of her career, a
position that naturally
honed her field vision and
leadership skills.
"You are in the back of
the field and you kind of see
everything," she said. "You
have to let people
know what is going
on, so I've always
been a vocal player."
Meyers' role
means a lot of extra
responsibilities other
people don't see.
ERS Meyers arrives at the
program's various
functions and fundraisers
long before the events start.
She stays long after they end.
"She promotes the pro-
gram itself by doing the
fundraisers and meeting and
greeting the parents and the
girls," Bonilla said. "She has
made my life a lot easier."
See SOCCER, page 5B


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Special to the News Bulletin

PENSACOLA
Snowball Derby winner
Johnny Brazier and runner-
up Bobby Gill were disquali-
fied in postrace inspection
following the race Sunday
night at Five Flags Speedway.
That gave the victory to
Clay Rogers, who had fin-
ished third.
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Wallace, the 2003 winner, took the lead for good on
finished second. Panama Lap 219, passing Cassius
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REPORT, from page 1B


Reynolds, a defensive
back, has 26 tackles (15
solos), two tackles for loss
and an interception.
Football
Mississippi College sen-
ior Javaris Peoples
(Crestview '03) was named
to the American Southwest
Conference honorable men-
tion all-conference list.
Peoples finished the sea-
son with 21 tackles (11
solos), including 5.5 tackles
for loss and 2.5 sacks.
The Choctaws finished 5-
5, a three-win improve-
ment.
James "J.A." Wilkerson
helped the Jacksonville State
(Ala.) football program
achieve its fourth straight
winning season.
Wilkerson ranked second
on the team with 21 catches
for 393 yards. Wilkerson also
scored a pair of TDs.
The Gamecocks finished
6-5 overall (5-3 in the Ohio
Valley Conference).
Wrestling
Eric Flinchum
(Crestview '02) had no trou-
ble making the adjustment
to a new weight class for the
University of the
Cumberlands (Ky.)
wrestling team.
Flinchum won the
Ashland Open heavyweight
division on Nov. 18. He went
undefeated at the Hoosier
Du*iAn Blobmington (Ind.)
durt g Tiariksgiving week-
end. '


Flinchum, the NAIA run-
ner-up at 197 pounds last
year, is No. 2 in the heavy-
weight division in the
NAIA national individual
rankings. Flinchum defeat-
ed a Cleveland State
wrestler who was 11th in
the NCAA Division I indi-
vidual rankings in the
championship round of the
Ashland Open.
Cumberlands is No. 4 in
the NAIA national team
rankings
Thomas Bortner
(Crestview '06) concluded
his first month of college
competition with a 4-1

record. Bortner wrestles at
235 pounds for the Marion
(Ala.) Military Academy
squad.
All of Bortner's wins
came by pin. He has com-
piled 29.5 team points, the
highest amount on the
squad.
Basketball
Chase Combest (Baker
'05) made a successful debut
for the Jones County (Miss.)
Community College basket-
ball team.
Combest scored 20 points
as the Bobcats defeated East
Miss in their season opener.
Jones County finished the
month with a 1-6 record.
Chad Martin (Baker '04)
is averaging 1.2 points and
2.4 rebounds per game for
the Jefferson Davis College
men's basketball team.
The Warhawks finished
the month with a 1-4 record.


Faith Gregory'
(Crestview '05) is averaging
1.8 points per game for the.
Enterprise-Ozark College
women's basketball team.
The Boll Weevils finished
November with a 1-3 record.
Brad Reese (Laurel Hill
'06) is expected to redshirt
for the Southeastern
Louisiana men's basketball
team this year. Reese would
have four seasons of eligibil-
ity remaining after this year.
The Lions started 4-2,
including a 3-0 performance
at a tournament hosted by
Oregon State.
Volleyball
SMichele Watkins (Baker
'04) and the Maryville
(Tenn.) College volleyball
team capped their season
with an appearance in the
NCAA Division IIInational
tournament.
The Scots earned a tourney
bid by winning the Great
South Conference tourna-
ment in Demorest (Ga.).
Simpson (Iowa), eliminat-
ed Maryville in the first
round of the NCAA tourna-
ment. The Scots finished 25-
12. Watkins compiled 38 kills
and 11 blocks in 42 games.

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Boys


Results
Nov. 28
Crestview 44, Pace 35
Baker 72, West Florida Baptist 41
Laurel Hill 57, Rocky Bayou 50
Nov. 30
Crestview 62, Walton 59
Baker 59, South Walton .42
Dec. 1
NlcevIlle 57, Crestvew 24
Baker 58, Bozeman 51
Laurel Hill 75, Escambla Charter 40

Schedule
Thursday
Rocky Bayou at Laurel Hill, 7:15 p.m.
Friday
Pensacola Christian at Baker, 7:15 p.m.
Crestview at Laurel Hill, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday
Baker at Paxton, 7:15 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 11
Baker at Calvary Christian, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec.12
Central at Laurel Hill, 7:15 p.m.

Leaders
(Through Monday)
Name Scoring average
Jeffery Reese, LHS 20.0
Josh Rose, Baker 18.3
Chad Donley, Baker 15.3
Tyrell Mays, CHS 11.0
Stephen Shelley, Baker 10.0
Chad Lawhon, Baker 9.8
Wyatt Lee, LHS 9.0
Skylar Armstrong, CHS 8.2
Timaria McKay, LHS 7.3
Zach Sledge, LHS 6.7
Cory Wenrch, CHS 6.4
Daren Weekley, LHS 6.0
Austin McCart, Baker 5.0
Colton Henry, Baker 5.0
Matt Sanders, CHS 5.0
Tony Womack, CHS 4.0
Demitrius Glover, CHS 3.7
Shawn Gilbert, CHS 3.3
Austen Stuckd, LHS 3.3


Results
Nov. 28
Holmes County 69, Crestview 67
Baker 53, South Walton 29
Nov. 30
Baker 60, Freeport 48
Dec. 1
Crestview 49, Choctawhatchee 41
Dec. 4
Baker 58, Niceville 53
Walton 44, Laurel Hill 33

Schedule
Thursday
Baker at Jay, 6:45 p.m.
Pace at Crestview, 7p.m.
Laurel Hill at Paxton, 7:15 p.m.
Monday, Dec. 11
Paxton at Baker, 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec.12
Central at Baker, 5:30 p.m.
Laurel Hill at South Walton, 6:30 p.m.

Leaders
(Through Monday)
Name Scoring average
Sally Feagins, LHS 15.2
Chelsea Combest, Baker 14.7
Tera ne&,'ZCHS......-. -12.8
Kendria Young, Baker 11.2
Mercedes Day, LHS 8.2
Courtney Fountain, Baker 8.2
Shawntia Blackshear, CHS 7.9
Nyiece Underwood, LHS 7.6
Ashley Archie, CHS 7.5
Uz Graham, CHS 7.0
Heather Chestnut, Baker 6.5
Shawn Josey, Baker 4.7
Lauryn Hetrck, Baker. .. 4.0
Laqueatta Williams, LHS 3.8
Dee Thompson, CHS 3.5
Katie Free, LHS 3.2
Sophie Dimartino, Baker 3.2
Jordan Thurman, CHS 2.0


Boys I
Team
Fort Walton Beach
Niceville
Choctawhatchee
Crestview
Tate
Pace


District 1.


-5A
W L
2 0
2 0
1 1
1 2
0 1
.0 2


Girls District 1-5A
Team W
Fort Walton Beach 2
Pace 1
Crestview 3
Niceville 1
Choctawhatchee 1
Tate 0


Game of the Week
Crestview 62, Walton 59
Nov. 30
The Dawgs rallied from a six-point deficit in the
final quarter to earn a win against a program that
reached the Class 3A state quarterfinals last year.
Tyrell Mays scored 23 points to lead Crestview.
Skylar Armstrong made four of five free throws
down the stretch to preserve the Dawgs' lead.

Game to Watch
Crestview at Laurel Hill
Friday 7:30 p.m.
North Okaloosa County basketball fans
packed the gyms to watch a pair of Laurel Hill
wins against Crestview last winter. Expect anoth-
er big crowd Friday when the Hoboes host the
Dawgs. Both teams have changed their casts of
characters since last year. Jeffery Reese has
emerged as the top scorer for LHS. Tyrell Mays is
the top point producer for Crestview. The Hoboes
started this week with a regular season winning
streak of 18 games.

Player of the Week
Jeffery Reese
Laurel Hill
Reese, a junior forward, powered the Hoboes
to a pair of district victories. Reese scored 18
points to lead Laurel Hill to a 57-50 win at Rocky
Bayou on Nov. 28 in the Hoboes' District 1-1A
opener. Reese poured in a season-high 25 points
against Escambia Charter on Dec. 1 as LHS
rolled to a 75-40 win. Reese's total was two off of
his career high.


Girls

Game of the Week
Baker 58, Niceville 53
Dec. 4
The Gators trailed 41-34 entering the final
quarter, but immediately went on a 7-0 run to tie
things up. The game stayed close until the end,
when Baker pulled away for a big win against a
Class 5A opponent. Chelsea Combest led Baker
with 17 points and six rebounds.

Game to Watch
Pace at Crestview
Thursday 7 p.m.
A challenging week continues for the Dawgs.
Crestview played at reigning District 1-5A champi-
on Fort Walton Beach on Tuesday. CHS hosts
another district rival on Thursday. Pace started
the week with an unbeaten record. Erica Wright
has been the Patriots' top scorer during the early
season. Crestview swept three closely-contested
games against Pace last season.

::Player of..the Week
S 'd;laYiirY ..
Baker
Young, a senior guard, did a little bit of every-
thing for the Gators during a 3-0 week. Young
scored 15 points, grabbed six rebounds and made
four steals during Baker's win at South Walton on
Nov. 28. She scored 18 points, grabbed six
rebounds and made five steals as the Gators picked
up a district win against Freeport on Nov. 30. She
wrapped up her week with 14 points, eight
rebounds and a key 3-pointer to start the fourth
quarter as Baker rallied past Niceville on Monday.


District standings
Boys District 1-2A
Team W L
Baker 0 0
Freeport 0 0
Jay 0 0
Pensacola Christian 0 0


Team
Baker
Freeport
Jay


Girls District 1-2A
W
1
1
0


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Laurel Hill
Central
Dr. Gainer
Paxton
East Hill
Rocky Bayo
Escambia C


Boys District 1


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2
2
0
0
0
Du 0
charterr 0


Girls District 1-1A
Team W
Laurel Hill 1
Paxton 1
Central 1
Rocky Bayou 1
East Hill 0


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doubleheader Nov. 30 at Richbourg. If you are our winner please call 682-6524 to arrange to
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HOOPS, from page 1B


since the Bulldog football was great hustle and team-
team's game at Pace on Sept. work by everybody."
15. "Shawn is a shooter and a Chad Lawhon scored 16
really good guard. He can get points to lead five Baker
out there and shoot threes players in double figures
when we need them." during the Gators' 72-41 win.
Tyrell Mays and Skylar Nov. 28 against West Florida
Armstrong combined for 27 Baptist. Baker scored the last
points for CHS. The Dawgs SANDERS GILBERT 15 points of the first half to
built a quick lead and spent snap a 20-20 tie and went on
the rest of the game daring Shawnbngs some had- to the blowout win.
Pace to come out of its zone. nosed defense and some Josh Rose scored 26 points
Gilbert made Crestview's intelligence and some shoot- r toh Rose scored 26 points
biggest defensive play of the ing," Humphrey said. "Matt fo the atrsduring Baker's
week during the Dawgs' brings size inside and on o.30.nRsescored 11 of his
game Nov. 30 against Walton. defense. Both of them are Nov. ose scored o s
Gilbert took a charge in the going to bring a lot when we points in the final quarter as
open court to give the Dawgs start playing well." the Gators broke open a tie
momentum after the Braves Shelley averaged 10 points game.
built a six-point lead in the per game in Baker's three Chad Donley sank six 3-
fourth quarter, victories pointers and scored 25 points
Mays (23 points) and "Other teams had to as the Gators held off
Armstrong (14 points) spear-, -g.a-d me, and that opened Bozeman 58-51 on Dec. 1.
headed the CH-S comeback. everyone, else up for shows" "'m: real happy : th
Armstrong made four of five.. Shelley said...'We had good. Chad," Martello said. "'He
free throws in the final shooting by everybody. Our had struggled shooting earli-
minute to seal the win. rebounding was looking a lot er this year, but he really
Sanders and Gilbert com- better, and our defense and sparked us against
bined for 12 points. press did very well. There Bozeman."



SOCCER, from page 1 B


n..... The aftermath of October
YOUNG knee surgery only sharpened
Meyers' soccer eyes. The sur-
gery forced Meyers to miss
Crestview's season opener,
but also gave the band mem-
ber the rare opportunity to
-1A view the show from the


director's perch.
"She learned a lot because
she was sitting with me on
the bench and she saw what I
saw," Bonilla said. "She was
like, 'I can't believe we're not
doing this. I can't believe
we're not doing that.' She
was able to take that experi-
ence and transpose it on the
field and help the girls."
Bonilla moved Meyers to
midfield for her senior year
to take advantage of her
field awareness and her
understanding of Bonilla's
system.
Meyers also understands
her coach's long-range vision


"I want this program to
gro. ... I am glad for the
girls who are coming up
that they are going to have
a better program for the
years to come."

STACY MEYERS
CHS girls soccer captain



for th6 CHS girls soccer pro-
gram, though she might not.
reap the immediate divi-
dends.
"I want this program to
grow," she said. "Maybe it
won't happen for us here
now that we grow as much
as we could have. But I am
glad for the girls who are
coming up that they are


going to have a better pro-
gram for the years to come."
The Dawgs have showed
signs of progress this season.
Crestview's 0-6-2 record
doesn't look much better
than the Dawgs' 1-14 mark of
last season. Crestview's aver-
age match score, however, is
more than a goal per game
closer than its average match
score of last season.
Meyers can see the
improvement.
"We have definitely come
a long way so far," Meyers
said. "A lot of us see we have
a lot of shots on goal that
don't go in and we'll be like,
'Why isn't it happening for
us?' All we can say is that it's
not our time yet, but our time
is coming.
"We just have to keep
working hard and not lose
our drive to win and try to
do better every game."


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CHEERLEADING FUNDRAIS-
ER: The Davidson Middle School cheer-
leading squad is selling raffle tickets to
raise money for its trip to a competition
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 purchase a ticket,
contact any Davidson cheerleader or
mother, or contact sponsor Melissa Walts
at the school at (850) 683-7500 x703..
MGA GOLF: The Men's Golf
Association will hold a tournament
Dec. 9 at Foxwood Country Club.
Shotgun start is at 8 a.m. Players must
sign in by 7:45 a.m. Format is for man
teams international points. Points based
on two net scores per hole. Teams
drawn by the tournament committee.
Players must sign up by 4 p.m. Dec. 8.
Entry fee is $10 plus $2 for a skins
game. Players must be members of
Foxwood Country Club and the Men's
Golf Association, and must have a veri-
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Tournament will be held Dec. 11 at
Foxwood Country Club. Shotgun start
at 9 a.m. Format is 10/20/30. Players
must be age 50 or older to compete.
Four flights, including Super Seniors.
Entry fee is $30. For details, call (850)
682-2012 or (850) 826-2012.
BASEBALL CAMPS: Enterprise
native Adam Godwin is making plans
for weekend baseball camps through
the final weekend in February 2007.
Godwin, who holds the NCAA single-
season record for stolen bases and is an
outfielder in the Los Angeles Dodgers
organization, will offer individualized
instruction in improving speed, hitting,
fielding, throwing, strategy, agility, and
other fundamentals of the game,
excluding pitching. Godwin charges
$35 per hour for the instruction or $110
for four lessons. Family and youth
league team rates are also available.
The lessons can be stretched out
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taken all in the same weekend.
Instruction will be designed to work on
those areas selected by the individual
player. These instructional sessions will
be held rain or shine, Friday-Sunday
except Christmas and New Year's
weekends. For further information or to
register for instruction, call Godwin at
334-475-6777. Leave a message if there
is no answer.
LITTLE LEAGUE: Registration
for the 2007 season at Crestview Little
League will be held Saturday at Ace
Hardware and Walgreen's. Registration
is from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on both days. The
league will also have registration on Jan.
20, Jan. 27 and Feb. 3 with times and
locations to be announced at a later date.
Children ages,5 to 16 who live within
the Crestview Little League boundaries
are eligible to enroll to play baseball or
fast pitch Softball. Registration is
required even if the child played previ-
ously. Parents can find more informa-
tion online at www.crestviewlittle-
league.com or call 423-1011 and leave a


message. Little League is the world's
largest youth sports program with more
than 2.8 million children and 1 million
volunteers in more than 100 countries.
For more information on Little League,
visit the Little League Website at
www.littleleague.org.
CLUB VOLLEYBALL: A
Crestview club volleyball team is hold-
ing 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.
CHALLENGER BASEBALL
REGISTRATION: Challenger
Division Registration for District 1
Little League Baseball will take place
Dec. 9 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Ruckel
Middle School in Niceville. Prospective
players should bring a birth certificate
copy or some other proof of age. For
more information, contact Diane Covey
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- Crestview Baker


HIGH SCHOOLS
BOYS BASKETBALL
Nov. 28
Crestview 44, Pace 35
Pace 9 6 11 9 35
Crestview 14 8 13 9 44
Crestview scoring Tyrell Mays 16,
Skylar Armstrong 11, Cory Wenrich 10, Matt
Sanders 5, Shawn Gilbert 2.

Baker 72, West Florida Baptist 41
WFB 8 12 4 17 41
Baker 14 21 26 11 72
Baker scoring Chad Lawhon 16,
Josh Rose 15, Stephen Shelley 12, Chad
Donley 11, Austin McCart 10, Matt Wilde 4,
Colton Henry 4.

Laurel Hill 57, Rocky Bayou 50
Laurel Hill 13 15 16 13 57
Rocky Bayou 13 11 14 12 50
Laurel Hill scoring Jeffery Reese
18, Timaria McKay 12, Wyatt Lee 12, Zach
Sledge 6, Isaiah Raite 6, Daren Weekley 3.
Nov. 30
Crestview 62, Walton 59
Walton 15 18 11 15..- 59
Crestview 14 18 11 19 62
Crestview scoring Tyrell Mays 23,
Skylar Armstrong 14, Matt Sanders 7,
Shawn Gilbert 5, Tyler Maldonado 4,
Richard Moore 4, Cory Wenrich 3, Chris
Pickett 2

Baker 59, South Walton 42
Baker 5 23 8 23 59
South Walton 9 11 16 6 42
Baker scoring Josh Rose 26, Chad
Lawhon 12, Stephen Shelley 10, Chad
Donley 9, Colton Henry 2.
Dec. 1
Niceville 57, Crestview 24
Niceville 11 13 20 13 57
Crestview 8 5 0 11 24
Crestview scoring Gory Wenrich 8,
Skylar Armstrong 4, Shawn Gilbert 3, Tyler
Maldonado 3, Matt Sanders 3, Demitrius
Glover 2, Richard Moore 1.

Baker 58, Bozeman 51
Bozeman 17 13 11 10 51
Baker 5 22 23 9 58
Baker scoring Chad Donley 25,
Josh Rose 13, Stephen Shelley 8, Chad
Lawhon 6, Austin McCart 4, Colton Henry
2.

Laurel Hill 75, Escambla Charter 40
Escambia Charter 7 12 7 14 40
Laurel Hill 26 19 17 13 75
Laurel Hill scoring Jeffery Reese
25, Wyatt Lee 12, Daren Weekley 9, Tony
Womack 8, Zach Sledge 7, Timaria McKay
6, Austen Stucki 5, Harold Blelec 2, Isaiah
Raite 1.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Nov. 28
Baker 53, South Walton 29
Baker 16 7 17 13 53
South Walton 7 10 4 8 29
Baker scoring Kendria Young 15,
Courtney Fountain 11, Heather Chestnut 8,
Chelsea Combest 7, Shawn Josey 7, Arel
Adkinson 2, Samantha Gronberg 2, Shea
Griffith 1.

Holmes County 69, Crestview 67
r ti ew 119 B 9 25 15 67

Cdresvrew scoring' Taea Gainer 24.
Liz Graham 16, Jamia Akins 10, Ashley
Archie 7, Shawntia Blackshear 6, Dee
Thompson 2, Dominique Maisonet 2


Pace
Fort Walton Beach
Crestvlew
Tate


GIRLS SOCCER
Nov. 28
Tate 1, Crestview 0
Tate 0 1 -1
Crestview 0 0 0


Dec. 1
Pace 2, Crestview 0

Dec. 4
Choctawhatchee 3, Crestview 0


District standings
SDistrict 1-5A


Team
Niceville
Pace
Tate
Choctawhatchee
Fort Walton Beach
Crestview


Ken Nielsen/ne News bulletin
Baker's Shawn Josey looks for an open teammate during a
Gator game earlier this season. Baker went 3-0 during the
week, including a comeback win against Niceville on Monday.


Nov. 30
Baker 60, Freeport 48
Freepqrt 13 5 6 24 48
Baker 20 8 15 16 60
Baker scoring Chelsea Combest 18,
Kendria Young 18, Courtney Fountain 8,
Heather Chestnut 7, Shawn Josey 5, Sophie
Dimartino 2, Lauryn Hetrick 2.
Dec. 1
Crestview 49, Choctawhatchee 41
Crestview 19 5 11 14 49
Choctawhatchee 8 12 4 14 41
Crestview scoring Ashley Archie 13,


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712 Lost & Found
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Niceville 15 12 14 12 53
Baker 16 11 7 24 58
Baker scoring Chelsea Combest 17,
Kendria Young 14, Heather Chestnut 13,
Shawn Josey 6, Lauryn Hetrick 6, Courtney
Fountain 2.

BOYS SOCCER
Dec. 4
Crestview 5, Milton 2
Crestview 1 4 5
Milton 0 2 2
Crestview goals Nick Jewell 2,
David Pyle 2, Ryan Jewell 1.


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LOCAL SPORTS
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Thursday Lowball
Nov. 30
1st place (9 under).- Becky Shatney,
Pat Shatney, Jerry Smyrl, Lavaughn
Dorman.
2nd place (9 under) Eric
Zimmerman, Jimmy Johnson, Gene Kester,
Brian Kamrowski.
3rd place (8 under) Darrell Salter,
Aaron Daniel, Nell Locke, Barry Taylor.
4th place (7 under) George Bonner,
Claude Stiles, Fred Schneider, Norm
Hullinger, Jerry Devoy.
5th place (6 under) Dave Gansel,
Pat Bauer, Ron Magruder, Michael Vaughn.
6th place (5 under) David Smith,
Jesse Dennis, Melvin Cox, Gary Zlck.
The next Thursday Lowball Is
Thursday at 8 a.m. Call (850) 682-2012 for
details.

Sunday Lowball
Dec. 3
1st place (11 under)-Steve Whiddon,
Mike Bouchard, Dona Bouchard, Mike
Russell.
2nd place (9 under) Ted Mieszala,
Eric Pederson, Bo Belanger, Mike Babine.
3rd place (9 under) George Holland,
Howard Mitchell, Sonny Gomez, Lavaughn
Dorman.
I 4th place (8 under) Larry Fordyce,
Bill Ward, Ralph Armstrong, Tom Prier.
5th place (8 under) Brad Gutnik,
Brian Davis, Frank Carr, Jon Trombley.
6th place (8 under) Mike Vaughn,
Ron Boisjolle, Pat Harris, Bill Harris.
The next Sunday Lowball Is Sunday at
noon. Call (850) 682-2012 for details.
His & Her
Dec. 2
A Flight
1st place (77) Becky/Pat Shatney.
2nd place (81) Charles/Mary
Grosskurth.
3rd place (84)- Judy/Bill Beard.
4th place (87) Beverly
Coyne/George Bonner.
B Flight
1st place (83) Brian Davis/CArol
Hower.


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4th place (89) ir.n M.igrud.r Deora
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Girls
basketball
Crestview (5-
3 overall)
improved to 3-1 in District 1-
5A play with a 49-41 victory
Dec. 1 at Choctawhatchee.
The Dawgs got 25 points
from their inside duo of Ashley
Archie and Shawntia
Blackshear.
"Our inside people
stepped up and really came
through and made some cru-
cial, important shots'" CHS
coach Sarah King said. "We
played defense pretty well
and helped each other out
and played team ball."
The Dawgs' week started
with, a tough 69-67 loss Nov.
S30 at Holmes County.
Crestview was awarded
possession with five seconds
left and the score tied at 67.
But the call was overturned
and the Blue Devils scored
the winning points just before
the buzzer.
Tera Gainer scored 24
points for Crestview at
Holmes County.
CHS played at reigning
district champion Fort Walton
Beach late Tuesday.

Boys soccer
Crestview (2-4, 1-4)
exploded for four goals in the
second half of a 5-2 win
Monday at Milton.
Nick Jewell and David Pyle
scored twice for CHS. Ryan
Jewell scored the Dawgs'
other goal.
Crestview played a District
1-5A match late Tuesday
against Tate.

Girls soccer
Crestview fell to 0-6-2
overall and 0-6-1 in District 1-
5 play after three district loss-
es.
The Dawgs fell 1-0 Nov. 28
against Tate.
"The first half, we played
a defensive game," CHS
coach Carlos Bonilla said.
'The second half; we played
an offensive game and we
almost pushed in the tying
goal." .
Pace defeated CHS 2-0 on
Dec. 1. Choctaw knocked off
the Dawgs 3-0 on Monday.


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Girls

basketball
The Gators
(5-1, 1-0)
capped a perfect week with a
58-53 come-from-behind win
against Niceville on Monday.
Kendria Young hit a 3-
pointer and Chelsea Combest
and Heather Chestnut both
made baskets as the Gators
immediately erased a 41-34
deficit entering the final peri-
od. The game seesawed back
and forth until Baker pulled
away at the end.
Combest led the Gators
with 17 points. Young added
14 points and Chestnut 13
points.
Combest and Young
scored 18 points apiece as
Baker beat Freeport 60-48 on
Nov. 30 to take control of the
District 1-2A race. The Gators
built a big early lead and held
off a Bulldog rally.
Baker started the week
with a 53-29 victory at South
Walton on Nov. 28. Young
scored 15 points to spark the
Gators.

Girls
weightlifting
The Gators started off their
season with a tri-meet
Tuesday with
Choctawhatchee at Fort
Walton Beach.
Baker, Niceville and
Choctawhatchee will compete
at Crestview on Thursday.

Laurel Hill---

Boys

basketball
Laurel Hill (3-
0, 2-0) picked up
a pair of District 1-1A wins.
The Hoboes got 18 points
from Jeffery Reese during a
57-50 win at Rocky Bayou on
Nov. 28. The contest was a
rematch of last year's district
title game.
Timaria McKay and Wyatt
Lee added 12 points apiece
for LHS.
The Hoboes celebrated
Homecoming with a 75-40
rout of Escambia Charter on
,"^e 1. Reese led. Laurel:Hill *
with 25 points. Wyatt Lee
added 12. Nine LHS players
scored in all.


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Assembly Person.
Need person to
set-up new equip-
ment.
Both positions are
full-time and re-
quire good physi-
cal condition. Ap-
ply in person at
Wise Equipment in
Crestview.

FAST GROWING
Company looking
for energetic people
to represent unique
product line, full or
part -time. Good
commissions, train-
ing provided. Call for
an .interview now
850-428-2029

FREE ESTIMATES

Reality Curl
RESURFACING U


104
General Help

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

PIC/SAV BAKER
Now hiring Full-time
meat cutter. Apply in
person at 1294
Georgia Ave. Baker,
FL

108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring pm
Jqcooks--a6d,---dFTdil-
"'washers. OW stu-
dents welcome 682-
8804
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring servers,
server assistants
and day hostesses
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
116
Office Work
OFFICE HELP
needed for full or
part time must
have references and
at least 2 years ex-
perience 537-9833
118
Part Time
















126
Skills/Trade

CABINET APPREN-
TICE needed, must
have some carpen-
try experience de-
sired, $8/hr. Call
850-398-3142


CUSTOMCONCRLEfELANDSCAPEBORDER
S Color/Texture & Stamp Impressions Available t
Specializing In Decorative Overlays Of New/Existing Concrete O
Office:

Driveways, Walks JOE McCARTHY/OWNER 6828228
& So Much More Licensed and Insured/ Cell:
& So MchMore Reasonable Rates 217-2872
', Residential & Commercial www.qualitycuurb.com 2172872
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CHROMALLOY
FLORIDA, an aero-
space company lo-
cated in the Com-
merce and Technol-
ogy Park in Ft.Wal-
ton Beach, has
openings for the fol-
lowing positions:
DETAILERS (Sheet
Metal Workers)-En-
try level accepted.
Willtrain. Ability to
use hand
tools/measuring
equipment as well
as any equipment
required for sheet-
metal work.
CLEAN LINE/HON-
ER OPERATOR-
Special processes
area dealing with
washing and clean-
ing of metal parts
and component as-
-semblies.,-Grit blast-
ing parts and as-
semblies with use of
honing booth. Will
train Experience in a
production type en-
vironment a plus
QUALITY CMM OP-
ERATOR 1-2 years
prior CMM operation
or CNC program-
ming experience
preferred. Position
requires high school
diploma orequiva-
lent. Must have
good aptitude rela-
tive to detail with
ability to interpret in-
dustry specifica-
tions. Must have
ability to read and
interpret blueprints
and drawings.
MACHINE OPERA-
TORS- Quality
minded individuals
with experience in
turning, milling,
grinding, drilling,
CNC knowledge an
advantage.
MACHINISTS- Must
be proficient in the
operation and set up
of equipment such
as vertical turret
lathe, horizontal
lathe, horizontal en-
gine lathe, vertical
mill, radial drill, and
drill press. CNC pro-
gramming a plus.
WELDERS-Experi-
enced tig welders
needed for frame
case and sheet met-
al application. Must
have ability to use
hand tools/measur-
ing equipment as
well as any equip-
ment required for
Tig Welding.
Clean, air-condi-
tioned/heated work-
ing environment. Ex-
cellent benefits:
medical, dental, vi-
sion, and life insur-
ance, 401k plan, va-
cation, holidays.
Wages very compet-
itive for this area.
E.O.E. M/F/D/V.
Drug and Alcohol
free workplace. All
applicants must
complete a Chro-
malloy Florida appli-
cation. Applications
are available at
Chromalloy Florida,
630 Anchors Street
NW, Fort Walton
Bch, Florida 32548 .


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315
Business Services

NEED MASONRY
Work, Block, Brick,
Concrete, Repair,


337
Concrete

JD MATTHEWS ce-
ment work, big or
small. Foundations,


Big or Small, Free patios, sidewalk,
124 Estimates, Days driveways, tearouts,
Sales & 850-758-1020, Nite etc. LLC Licensed &
Telemarketing 850-682-4369 Insured. Cell 850-

PIONEER TELE- Sand or Dirt deliv- 546-0368, Hm. 850-
PHONE Directories ered no job too Big652-3111.
Corp. has openings or too Small 682- A-0 AAA
for three sharp indi- 2075 CONCRETE
viduals to sell yellow MOBILE HOMES 25yrs Experience.
page advertise- transports. Call 682- Driveways, patios,
ments. $80k com- 2075. tearouts, stamp
mission per year. work coloring, Bob
Direct sales experi- OKALOOSA SIGNS Kat work, reasona-
ence necessary. 850-683-5255 ble prices,
traveling involved. All your sign needs. Licensed/Insured
for interview call 1- Also T-shirts, mag- Free estimates.
800-304-4129 nets, embroidery, God Bless America.
trailer lettering and Call
310 window lettering 850-685-9396
Business
Opportunities 320 DOUGLAS
Child Care HENDERSON
$NEED XTRA Masonry 25 years
Cash$ Work from HAVE SPACE for 2- experience Long
home business on- 3yr old in my regis- time resident of
line. See how Join tered home day care Okaloosa Co. Drive-
noWeboV wen Jo689-2107" i o-. -ov ,:. ..ways patios, brick-
www,Crowning ,....,, .... .. ....,..block, stone, & stuc-
Freedom.com/?refid 32co, 850-537-8932
=nwc Domestic 546-0363
POST OFFICE IF YOU need a
NOW HIRING Avg. clean house, and
Pay $20/hour or live in Crestview
$57K annually in- area. I will be happy
cluding Federal Ben- to help you. Please
efits and OT. Paid call 428-6023.
Training, Vacations. MCCURLEY
PT/FT. 1-800-584- CLEANING Service.
1775 USWA Family owned and I 10HM
Ref#P2900. operated. Licensed .E
WORK ONLINE AT and insured. Rea- AIR
HOME 23 people sonable rates. Resi- .
needed immediately. dential and Con-
Eam a part or full- struction. Call for
time income. Apply appt. on estimate. Plumbing
FREE online and get Holiday Special-Let and Repair
started! 800-807- us do all the hard
5 1 7 6 work so all you have Service


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Enter Ad Code 1808


SERVICES



315
Business Services

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

DUMP TRAILER
Don't tear up your.
yard or crack your
driveway with a
dumpster. Get a
dumpster on wheels
from Lawn Tek
Call Brad @
.865-3266
GIVE RELAXATION
Spa Packages, Gift
Certificates New!
Mineral Make-Up
Amazing Face &
Body Shop Phone:
689-3900

NEED A
DUMPSTER?
Call 683-5752
AAA Crestview
Hauling, construc-
tion & debris re-
moval. We accept
Visa & Master-
card.


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

337
Concrete

LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.
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
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488


Faucets, Toilets,
Vanities & Hot
Water Heaters
Robe. I
Brewer
Wetless Plumbing, LLC
682-8683
830-2631
State Licensed
& Insured

340
Home Repair

CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Pressure Washing
(Hot & Cold) And
Painting and Re-
modeling Residen-
tial & Commercial,
longestt 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
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774

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


00-WYNUM TRANSPORY nandqoonlld dri- f.
C-00.1 0001. L1.0..A& 0,00.1 GTEpwidem.Food p.0.
000.qap0.0.0. MG .00YUlMd. Need02 o ap.,i-
Cma. L U,. 1.0, h Imdd K. sl 6, 17.Un Wao2 Reanat
-600,2 people ih H .0. piand Mae-o.000 ..poci-
0 H0.0 p.oddod. (305)30-m&.
Peat 00.,.Naa, d.&1 ..A..pay S2Mo-.o.,5K anneall
inaledf ioln Benefitsand OT. (8W0700-WM USWW 000

DATA 1ENTRY Weak. F..- Aq.lo,.iHome.P.. P0.
Mod co.0peo00.ImrO01 00000.ll1o ne Caeoo..0 5Sa.
ov elqold, GOnly (900)344-9630 6 0L 7W.
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PTFNo EopiCo. C.1? Tod~yl (3001400.22I A-- IfrDo,

HommuorSste
PALM HARBOR P0,003 yUI qvlSale. 2006 Model,
Mue et.Go .dula. Mobit& 0 Stilt Hemea. 0%0DOWN Whn
Ton0D- ooOuor On10. Co l 0.. Cllfo0REE000.1., 0,02.
(80001622-2832.
Inostrutioi
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PLOYMENT: Odiedooo.. 0000.,.. Loo Dump Thacl.
00..,. S..s~po,,eO..oo,,N.000d CAioooo.oboioo
manooAo.uoo Assolood Training Smi ee00 G 23?I.3274

AMERICA-S DRIVING ACADEMY Stn900 d0.040..
.00,0.dyl Olfeinog -o 1.oCOL A. L- 1iti00,.?tMany
Payment optional No mg ittin feel (866)889.0210

HoEqslpamt0p=rn. CERYIPJRD.100.00T,,ioin
J.2 PI..,oameAoCsanneo. C-il Toll Fm (S6)933.1575. AS
SOCIATED T RAIN00GSERVICES. 5177 HmmOmu Tol.
-oooM. Frioa 34461.
Lots&Acreage
-LAND AUCTION' 230 Pep M. MI I. 0dl I- 0D0,
0.Z Fin,,oi,, F-,, Caalog (80091037-1601
-ov LAoNDAUCTIGN ,, 0RLL Sul0. LLC:A25309.
0.leledAU3448. 0nh,0.mAU3440. M,,ok:047.
MedlalSuppues
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UsTorlFoo (866)294!3476 nd nioo, FlUEMER[ Am,
Mod QualityMebane S1pp0l..
Mlscellscous
DIVORCES79.S3NCOVERS 0,ld00.0.. Orp d o .1g.
0000090001 d0.l.,.qo01E00Cdlwmaai 00y0M62.
2000..600.(500.61o,.)A1100000 LLC.EO0Otiold 1937.
ArrENDCOLLEGONUNLftnU,0. M0di.i.400.1
-cr. -pandevel. lc..Vu--Criminal lution ob pt.-.t
.0011.0 Copolea, pWooL Fk0Il Aid lfqulifaL Col
(186)518-2121 o oxv- iioT~do.idmunTmt.
WOLPP TANNING BEDSBSy Dimt and0So? Fell Body
neits Sam S22. emool2 FREECoeoCalo g CALL TODAYI
(800942-.1303


340
Home Repair

CRESTVIEW
CARPENTRY
Cabinets, additions,
remodeling. Quality
dependable work.
Custom wood work-
ing, 25 years experi-
ence. Licensed and
insured. Call Wes
689-1575 We also
do handicap ramps
HANDY D'S Repairs
and Improvements.
"We Do Most Any-
thing." Detailed. 25
years experience.
We show up. 537-
9066.
LASCO
HANDYMAN
INC.
Licensed and In-
sured Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences. Call Terry
902-3928

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

SMALL REPAIR
work to mobile
homes, re-level, ex-
tra anchors, etc.
850-585-1159

342
Landclearing
NORTHWEST
FLORIDA
LANDCLEARING
Fill-Dirt, Leveling,
Site-work. Licensed
and Insured 682-
6317 or 978-2142


Ub a I 1
Injured J1L
Tree Service
PROFESSIONAL
TREE & STUMP
REMOVAL


682-9474


345
Lawn Care
A-1 TREE Service
Licensed, bonded
insured. 25years ex-
perience free esti-
mates no waiting.
Bobcat services also
available (334)504-
0806, (850) 398-
0261
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


345
Lawn Care

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

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


LEADING EDGE,
LLC Lawn
Services, Fall leaf
removal and
pressure wash-
Ing 758-8199
,; (cell), 537-8828
free estimates
FALL SPECIAL!!













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


AIRLINES ARE HIRING Trmin for high pyini Avio
Min.o Cor. FAA pprovad opmpm. PFiu1c aid if
qudliSd Job pl m .daio CALL Avtoo Inltlout
of Mainaunc (888)349-537.
RealEstate
NORTH CAROLINA- BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE Mo-a
tTin Viw. 3.2 Ao Mountai EM. Heavily Wooded wi.t
Stren. EZ Finlanng. 29,900. (800)2304380., 620.
BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAROLINA. MUST SE BEHAUTI-
FUL & COLORFUL FALL POLIAOEI WESTERN NC
MOUNTAINS Homes. C0bin. Acreo & INVESMENNS.
Chbrokee Mounain Re.ly OMAC Real E9te, Murphy.
thmkmnomainilt.com caI. fot fe & ouW (800)WI-I
5868.
TENNESSEE AfbowrdIbl&uke d mu-ual p,.Pd. LowI
property 0.0. No stt =Icon 0 Po.our 000 Southerno
bhopitltPy. For moI info Cd L.l e Rdty (88)291-5253

WYOMING RANCH DISERSAL35 49.900 7
a S89.900; 107 m $129.900. So-cppd mun0.in
view. Surrounded by st lnd. Abundl wildlife RIecr-
iorml p!die. Low e. EZ 0e,. Co uR0. ,. LLC.
(81s)541.5263.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 29 0iale family i MW.. hont in
oFlki.d. P&.K.9 I.da OK r. oij .L1om Cl So
Lbik (727)214-7442. Emil: iiblk44040@ol.o.
Gulf frUt nt 951. Homae* iting mid S300L. Nm u
plmeu frot cmmvuity m beuill MuU 1,1d"
rCoro,.Ci.0,.TX-0w0n0a0 0o0=0.(omo (866)891.
5163.
VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS L.g 5 .tcr tlog. very large.
I hlol-lolaw ( r 5m ll I-
t-ou l0.i0m with primea e1ovteld b0m0 eU g0.1 od 1 n1a, vew,.
0.*, neub ri, 59.500 (86)789.-535.
Co..tl Gr Noe, Pr. Coostloimo OolfComoounly.
Lugr Iot a otdo m w/ cl unh, golf, atu, viow.
0.d Golf, Fi-. Coler. Tenni Trnil Dock. 170-
S300k. (877)266-7376 .o inm
GA/FL Bordr.. R,.Coo tion O Gnd Oponing. 20 AC
$99,900.FP0y oCilo.igC0i.S Toi oppy 0 ow2000
i. OA. Cornt! rgIon. No. mtvy, Mbdvi.ion pol.o.i.
excel fliu1Rin ohe mllunblob pire of $99.900. CALL
NOWI (810)989.4409 XD002 CLP-OA LAd Sa.vi LLC.
Liced Re Ete Boker.
Steel Buildlngs
STEELBUILDINGS. Fac.ory Deli.S. S5. 40 60'i 100
x 20W. E.: 50 x 100 12' 3.601/q ft (800)65s.288~.
-.dridbulldlne.cm.
BUILDING SALK-.'DoMimld" I- Final Cl ~ n. Dpoit
will old W 111rial, 25'x40s xl2' $4. 4,x6D'lx6' 12.,00.
Fronl ad optln.M. Re. nd included, Olhn. Plonr.






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cas'sonoel


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




Q4on^ 9orse
h TOWNHOMES

4 QualtyT uilt

Pre-Construction T'ownowmes
STARTING IN THE $160's
These 3BR/2.5BA homes are conveniently
located near 1-10, hospital, shopping,
dining, and schools with an easy commute
to both Eglin and Huriburt RFid AFB
as well as to the pristine beaches
of the Emerald Coast
Amenities include but are not limited to
the following one-car garage with
opener, ceramic tile, upgraded appliances,
cultured marble vanity tops, playground,
pod, and many more,
For development information, please contact:
John Susko at: (850) 2959-5924 (850)423-0211 or
Chad Wilkinson at: (850) 582-1640 (850)682-9227
www.ironhorsetownhomes.com
Phone: 682-9227 Fax: 689-7508
5210 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Pelican Crestview, Florida
L www.pelicanproperty.com


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BULLETIN BOARD CLASSIFIED, No SPA


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Crestview
Homes And
Surrounding
Areas
Have you dreamed
of your own private sandy
white beach? You will find
it here beside the nice
creek and 10 acres to
roam, ride horses, go four
wheeling, etc., plus a nice
3 BR/2BA home with
great features. Come see
today. $216,000.
This all brick home
south of 1-10 on 2 acres
with in-ground pool is
calling your name if you
have a large family and
need space! 6 bedrooms,
3 1/2 baths, 2 formal
living rooms, family room
with fireplace. $400,000.
Investment
property at it's finest -
2.25 acres recently
rezoned R-2, south of I-
10. Seller intended to put
townhouses on these lots;
some of the work already
done. $600,000.
Wonderful home
on a large lot, set up for
easy living. Heated and
cooled Florida room,
3BR/2BA, well-
maintained and will
speak for itself. Large
workshop and brick yard
building. $291,500.
Your opportunity
to own 3.05 acres right
on the water. Last lot in
this unrecorded
subdivision on the lake.
Great place for your
dream/retirement home.
Don't miss out $174,900.
Absolutely
gorgeous executive home
in Silver Oaks Subdivision
Lovely landscaped yard
outside and inside, built-
in bookcases around the
fireplace in the great
room, 4/3, formal dining
area off foyer. Just
exquisite!! $335,000.
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Agency One, Inc.
682-8309 or 678-8919
Toll Fe (800) 239-8309
301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
EACROFFCE
INDEPENDENTLY
OWNEDAND
OPERATED
www.gerrihouse.com


345
Lawn Care

LOT CL HEARING
and demolition.
Cheap! 682-2075.

355
Sewing &
Alterations

SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245

360
Miscellaneous

TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218












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Crestview News Bulletin I 9B


F OU R SE A"7!.


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS

229 PANAMA DR
3/2 w/single
garage. Split floor
plan, custom blinds
with deck off the
kitchen. $149,900

3000 CABELLA
LANE 3/2 w/dbl
garage Split floor
plan, corner lot,
privacy fenced
back yard with
screened back
porch $178,000

4737 BOBOLINK
WAY NEW CON-
STRUCTION
READY TO MOVE
IN! 3/2 w/dbl
garage. Custom
paint, crown mold,
treyed ceilings,
fireplace lots of
upgrades
$179,900

3178 OLD PLACE
RD, LAUREL HILL
3/2 2300 sq ft on
one acre. New
paint, dishwasher
& newly refinished


Joe Babich,
Automotive consultant
for Award Chevrolet,
would like to extend an
Invitation to the public
to stop by and let him
answer any questions
you may have.


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Your Sllverado Headquaorte Locally Owned Operated
r 4150 8. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


BEST BUYS! Melisa Cove...$164,900.
Moss Drive...$178,900. Steeplechase...
$179,900. Nun Dr....$179,900. Laurel
Hill...$210,000. Hagood Loop...$360,000.
Horn Hollow...$375,000. Old Bethel...
$400,000.
Rick Epperson, MOTIVATED S ERS. CALL ME Now!
Broker
865-7777 or 682-7718
EL m www.northwestflahomes.com


456
Homes For Rent

DECEMBER RENT
free with 1 year
lease; Townhomes
south of. 1-10
2BR/2.5BA/1CG,
1220sqft. $900
Property Professio-
nals Plus 683-1714
FOR RENT by own-
er 1555 Texas
Pkwy, 3BR/2BA,
1400 sqft. home w/a
split bedroom plan,
large kitchen
w/breakfast nook,
formal dining room,
fireplace, laundry
room, privacy
fenced yard w/2
storage sheds. No
dogs allowed.


456
Homes For Rent

FOR RENT Crest-
view North Hwy 90
3BR/2BA 1,527sqft.
1/2 acre, fence,
shed, 2 car garage,
$975 Property Pro-
fessionals 683-1714
NEW 3 & 4 bedroom
rental homes ready
for move in Starting
at $850/mo. Range,
DW, and micro hood
included. Easy ac-
cess to Crestview
and Niceville. Sec-
tion 8 accepted. Call
850-689-2221 8-5,
M-F, 850-546-1253.

460
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560
Land For Sale
1 ACRE lot locate
at Country Bree;
Estates in Cres
view, Florida. As
ing $40K call LiU
(850)773-2002
1 ACRE wooded I
Silver Hills RoE
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
10 ACRES in CreE
view on Wilkersi
Bluff Rd. Flat & hi;
beautiful home sil
$220,000. obo 85
546-0277.
3 LOTS in Cle
Creek Estates
Crestview, lot 1 2.1
acres $80,000., lot
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hardwood floors. 456 $900mo/military dis- a fo o
452 456 456 area for ho
$189,900 452 456 456 count given. 758- 3BR/2BA IN Mossy water mete
Apartments For Homes For Rent Homes For Rent 0767. Owners a i- Head.Availableim- led, $95,00
3208 TWILIGHT Rent COLDWELL 3BR/2BA 2CG new censed Real Estate m e d i a t e I y 2.5 acres,
DR in Spring BENT CREEK BANKER Brick home in Laurel Agent. $850mo/$850sd. Lots have
Hollow 3/2, dbl Apartments I Vouch- JME Hill, $975.mo $975 TEEL AND Waters Call 850-305-7796 b u s h h o
garage, screened ers Accepted. 1 & 2 REALTY DD Days 682-5533, Real Estate daytime 850-682- (850)375-23
back porch, solid BR HC & non-HC 117 Courthouse night & weekends, 204 Booker St, 3951 after 7:30pm. (850) 375-2
counter tops, fire- accessible apart- Terrace 682-4341 $575, 2/1 3+ ACRES
place, lots of ments. Water, Sew- Crestview Fl. 32536 3BR/2BA DOWN- 107 Pointer Ln, in Holt, FL c
u p g r a d e s er, and Garbage, (850)-689-1515 or TOWN Crestview $1,050, 3/2/2, small er Lane
$199,900 provided. 209 Bent (850) 682-5922 $950.mo, $950. de- pet w/approval. OBO 850-54
Creek Rd. Crest- Equal Housing Op- posit. No ets. ll 107 Dogwood,850
104 CARDINAL view, FL Call 850- portunity (850i 543 3522 $1,350, 302/2, In-
COURT in 682-5563, TDD 711, 114 Hampton Dr., ) 5 2 udes basic lawn er Road in
Grandvie w Voice 800-955-8770 2BR/1.5BA, 900 3BR/2BA HOME in & pool malnte- Hill. Wood
Heights. 3/2 on I Equal Housing Op- sq.ft., $550, fenced Crestview on 5 nance. pond. Seriol
acre, above ground portunity. yard acres with 7 stall 5710 Seminole Dr, ers only 65;
pool, new paint, 116 Hampton Dr., horse barn $775, 3/2, on 2 REAL ESTATE FOR SAI
very spacious FOR RENT nice 2BR/1.5BA, 1,000 $1500/mo 682-4341. acres. FOR SALE acres on
kitchen $225,000 2Bd/1Ba apt, wash- sq.ft., $550, fenced 3BR/2BA STEE- 229 Pinoak Ct, Creek RD C
er, dryer, stove, re- yard PLECHASE Subdi- $925, 3/2/1, washer 682-4341
^ fridgerator 136 Lake 422 Spring St., vision, screened & dryer, pet w/ap-
Street $500R/$500D 3 B R / 2 B Aproval. 554 MUST SE
511,086s.ft, $595, 1 storage shed,avail107 Dogwod Dr. Commercial acreparcel
Bayjjs 2RB DULX car garage able now $1,350, /2, washer FL, on Ho
Agyl d 2BR/1BA DUPLEX o w 5 32464 Kingston Rdwasher ANDALUSIA AL. Road, close
Apt. $550.00o R/12464 Kingston Rd.,080 $1030mo/$900dd & dryer, lawn & prime location 27 and
s Re .o 3BR/1.5BAso 1,080 682-8887. pool maintenance unit mini storage, $110,000
$550.00dd, some sq.ft.,$695, 121 Eloise Place 20 10x10, 7 rage, $110,000e. Call
Your Crestview utilities, no pets, 6106 Magnolia, JANET JOHNSON $95, 32 small pet 20 10xrented,0, 7 5x10, ble. Call9036
Connection lease required 850- 3BR/1 .5BA, 1,026 Realty, Inc. Equal w/deposlt (386)846-1 957.
Cresviw 834-4767. sq.ft., $725; fenced Housing Opportu- All properties re-(36)
2BR/1BA TOWN- yard nity quire a credit 556
HOUSE Apt. 418 Brown P., 602 Henderson check, one year Homes For Sale
$550.00mo $550dd 2BR/2BA, 1,066 Street- 2bd/1ba, lease; no inside
no pets, CH&A, r sq.ft., $675, pet $675 rent (includes smoking, pet fees HOME FOR sale by
lease 850-834-4767. w/owner approval water, sewer, gar- are non-refunda- owner cute 1400sf,
414 Brown PI., bage, monthly pest ble. Call Debra 3bd/1.5ba w/family
456 R/2B ii w 0l 2 ,coqt!WU; .$67.5. (~-wFrost 682-6156it-uaoroom, new roof, I
4,60 lq f1~7a e .... ,thWwer-la7pproval-,, 344 Fi. .....st NEW HOME- 2400 home at endl- of -
scelaneous 689 Valley Rd., West 3bd/2ba, sq.ft. 4bd/2ba/2cg deadened t PETS
CABLETVorphon AMERICAN 3BR/1BA 1,384 $795 rent; 795 de- $1200/mo, $1200/sd $147,000 322 Fo- LIVEST


6304 chards or 3BR/1.5BA,r 1,721 rent; $850 deposit 0453(h),368-2392(c) INVESTMENT Livest
4 651-5717 sq.ft., $800, Lead 134 Swaying Pine SyDang HOME must see,
NEED DIRT! Equal Housing Base Paint Disclo- Court 3bd/2.5ba, FOR RENT Crest- renovated 3br Flora- 8-YR OLD
Sand etc. and bull- Opportunity sure $900 rent; $900 de- view South Hwy 90 la comer lot home, ing mare. Si
dozer work Call 648- McBonat&-St '-3267 Fairview Ave., posit. 3BR/2BA 1,645sqft. neat design, re- flaxen mane
Spuds Hauling 850- 4/2 $600. 3BR/2BA, 1,252 FOR RENThousein pool, fence, large stored wood, $1,200 ca
902-5098 122 Hillwood Dr. sq.ft., $850, pet Crstview on 1 acre shed, 2 car garage oak/pine trees, 4079
3/1.5 $750. w/owner approval lot 3bd/2ba $700mo $975 Property Pro- beautiful azaleas,
219 Jones Rd. 3/1.5 105 Swaying Pine bd a fessionals 683-1714 front and back FOR SALE
$750. Ct. A 141 $700dep. Call 682- porch, carport, awn- ture horse
3957 Bear CreekRdCt., 3BR/2BA, 1,415 4280. or 699-4281 FOR RENT Crest- ings, near schools, and browi
957 ear CreekRd sqft., $875, 1 car view South 1-10 2 park, lake, peaceful, each 850-7E
2/15 $795. garage CRESTVIEW: 3 Townhomes 2BR/2 low traffic, relocat-
2993 Windsor Cir 803 Aunt Polly PI., Br, 2 Baths, big /2BA 22sqft. 1 ing. hayesss@au- 708
3/2 $850. 3BR/2BA, 1,702 fenced yard, pets 12 A q ig. hayesss@au- Pet
135 Lonnie Jack Dr sq.ft., $1,050, pet OK, includes W/D, car garage $900 bum.edu (334) 858-
3/2 $875 w/owner approval electric stove and Property Professio- 58142 POME
RE TAT 217 outhview Dr 5814 Reinke Dr., frig. Screened as -1 JUST REDUCED. puppies $3
FR 'A] 3/2$900. 3BR/2BA, 1,180 porch and fire- HOUSE FOR Priced to sell. 1 male, 1
FOR M N 3033 Cabela Ln 3/2 sq.ft., $1,000, in- place. Carport sale/rent, sale price $79,900. In the mid- 2yr. old por
$1.050. ground pool and storage shed. $195,000 rent die of town, kittens $25
3008 Pine Lake Dr. 812 Travis Ct., $625 month $500 $850MO/$850SD. 2BR/1BA fenced in several cats
452 3/2 $1,050. 4BR/3BA, 2,558 deposit. No lease No smokers/no pets yard perfect starter good hom
Apartments For 4737 Whitewater Ln sq.ft., $1,500, pet needed. 304 Elm contact 850-200- home or rental in- 1977
Rent 3/2 $1,050. w/owner approval Ave. Old home in 3328 vestment. Call Scott BREEDER
1002 Quigley 3/2 137 Mill Pond Cv., good condition! IRENE KINGSLEY Kearney at Dennis OUT Chihu
2 BEDROOM $550 $1,100 5BR/3BA, 2,102 Call Bob at 683- CENTURY 21 Mann Realty 546- colors age
deposit $550 rent 1756 Pearl St 4/2 sq.ft., $1,500, in 1040 or 902-0223 Moulton Realty 1192 Call
No pets, 650-7614 $1,100 ground pool for more info. (850) 682-3849 NEW SPECIAL land 6805/Kim S
or 585-1574 301 Tislow 3/2 For further informa- Available now. Rentals:5209 Kervin, home financing 680 m
$1,150. tion visit www.emer- single wide mobile h ble fo Sancin
BENT CREEK 5414Josh Dr. 3/2 aldcoasthomeson- 2,3 AND 4 BED- single wide mobil available for limited
APARTMENTS II $1,175. line.com ROOM Homes for home, $600.rt or bad credit call PIT
Vouchers Accepted. 710 Riva Ridge Dr. rent, No Pets 682- $600.dp Clayton Homes for BUL
Some rental assis- 4/3 1,200 COUNTRY LIVING 1972. 7010 Bill Lundy Rd details 850-682- lyr 4 mon
tance maybe availa- 243 Raptor 4/2 3/4 mile north of 4bd/3ba $875.rt 3344. well behave
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom $1,275. High School. FOR RENT by own- $875.dpNICE BRICK758-2014
HC & non-HC ac- 104 Muskogee Tr 3BR/1.5BA, $975.00 er 1555 Texas d2b9 Crescent87 3BD/3BA w/fire- 4944
cessible apartments. 3/2 $1,300. per month, $900.00 Pkwy, 3 bed, 2 ba, bd/ 75rt pace, large yard, FREE TO
209 Bent Creek Rd 346 John King Rd security deposit. No 1400 sq.ft. home $875.dp plees, large yard, FREE TO
Crestview, FL. Call 5/3 $1,300. pets. Call 830-8411 with a split bedroom 304 rooked Pine trfence, close e to cat, spayed, Indo
850-682-5563, TDD Visit us @:www.era or 582-2722. plan, large kitchen 3bd/ba2.5 new cy fence, close to cat, spayed,
850-682-5563, TDD Visit us @:www.era or 582-2722. plan, large kitchen rt$1 000d schools, grocery, white 758-07
711, Voice 800-955- american.com CRESTIEW 3/1 with breakfast nook, $1,000rt $1000.dp schools, etc. Down Air- GOLDEN R758-0
711, Voice 800-955-Housing formal dining room, 211 Warrior St, gas, etc. Down Air- GOLDEN RI
8770 Equal Housing Large fenced yard, fireplace laundry 3bd/2ba $1495.rt port Rd. left on Hill- ER CKC
Opportunity. 3BDBA, VING quiet $675/$675 room, privacy $1495.dp ary Street on cul-d- available De
ROOM, dinning 537-9798 room, privacy sac, extra nice $100 willh
FOR RENT 1BR room, front and back 537-9798fenced yard with 2 902 Dixie, 3bd/2ba sac, extra nice $500, will h
studio in Auburn porch, small yard, CRESTVIEW NEW storage sheds. No $875.rt, $875.dp neighborhood, avail- Christmasl
with w/d hookup and central H/A all utilit- 4BR'/3BA/2CG, dogs allowed. Milita- 223 Tiffot Court rami tle now also e- 3793
1cg/storage. Sits on ies furnished, courtyard, 2,047sqft. ry discount given.3bd/2ba $1,000t, amic tile and barber GMY G
1/2 acre. $450 plus $1,000./$750 mo. or 2161 Hagood Immed. occup. 1,000.dp carpets call 334- PYGMY G
s/d. Rick Epperson $300 week with Loop/Lee Farm, $875/m 758-0767 5219 Griffith Mill 887-8022tered $60-
Realtor 850-865- $300 deposit. All re- $1,350 plus deposit, owner is a licensed Road, 5 a old proven
7777. done. 398-0834 No pets 496-1080 Real Estate Agent 2bdba $5 $100, 537-81
475.dp


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1801 WATERWAY DR. 4br/ 3br/ 3cg/ 3354sf. I acre
corner lot. Details & Pictures see -- www.forsaleby-
owner.com Usting # 20736756 ""OR""' www.mili-
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208 Aza Place: 2093sqt, 3BR2OBA + Bonus room. Upgradd
kitchen, w/ Re, Smooth-top stove, DW, Hicowave On-ar garage.
New Roof, Siding Gutters. Walker School. Will pay some closing
costs. A Must See! $189,900 689-3658


758-0989 -Aiques "
SPottery & Prir
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305-1035 Crafts, Herbs,
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829
Garage Sales
GARAGE SALE
12/8 8am 302 Fel-
don Dr., Christmas
tree and decora-
tions, gas log heat-
er, electronics,
snnrts enluinmnt


lot .. ISE Eu
d MERCHANDISE SEALY SOFA chi- much more
nese red with dark
sunflowers with HUGE SALE, Tho-
green mix, two endt- mas the tank engine
st- 802 ables, rug, two collection, trains,
on Antiques lamps all $365.00 trucks, table, room
gh delivered, solid ma- decor, furniture,
te! RON'S ANTIQUES pie kitchen hutch clothes, and much
50- Specializing in Anti- two drawers more. 913 Maracel
que furniture, clocks $265.00 delivered, Loop 7-1 pm, 683-
and clock repair. An- two antique parlor- 5759
ar tiques. BuyandSell chairs, tapestry LOTS OF STUFF
in Estates. M-F 9-5 $140.00 both, oak 9AM- TILL, 602
8 Sat. 9-2, 213 N, pedestal clawfeet MCLAUGHLIN
ed Main St. Crestview round table, leaf, six AVENUE
ed 850-689-1007 305- chairs $350.00 deliv-
te, 2441 ered, sofa hide-a- 3 FAMILY yard sale
3 806 bed, loveseat with Fri. 12/8 7-1, 3190
0. Appliances rocker recliner Pinewoods Dr.
en $250.00 delivered, Xmas trees, decora-
d. FOR SALE Ken- oak vanity $55.00 tions, china anti-
or more 18cu. white re- more call 682-0348 ques, kitchen items,
frigerator $150, Hot- WATERBED MAT- sewing machines,
point washer $100, TRESS, fullsizesoft- outdoor equipment,
le upright freezer $80 side complete with clothes, stuffed ani-
P- 398-6242 foundation, heater, als, tools, what-
KOHLER knots. Something for
KOHLER CASTIR- and 2x4 supports. keveyonmet. Ever
ON kitchen sink, $75.00 682-5039 everyone E
p- whiteself-rimming thing must go. Too
rel double with delta 818 much to list.
ith faucet and sprayer. Lawn Equipment BACKYARD SALE
lir- Paid $229.00 sale CHIPPER 563 S. Main St. Yee-
S $50.00 682-5039 6.P CHIPPER haw! Good deals on
SShredder less than good stuff Sat. Dec
.5 QUALITY USED 4hrs running time, 9th 7-4.
ty Appliances. Washer, like new, $350/OBO
ew Dryers, Refrigera- 902-3928 CRESTVIEW FLEA
tors, & Stoves market is liquidating
10 w/warranty. Batson's 822 new and used mer-
er, Appliances. PARTS Musical chandise in 7 booths
ad & REPAIR 209 N. Instruments on aisle A this Satur-
n Main St. 682-1149. F SAL day Dec. 9th. Ga-
Nn 'n S FOR SALE- 1931 rage doors open at
ol, RON'S Era Gui Bransen 8am. Items will be-
a- APPLIANCE & Piano, good shape sold in quantity price
2- PARTS needs tuning $300. or individually. Ev-
Appliance Repair, 537-7787 erything going
All brands-
All buy working 826 cheap and all must
appliances- Sporting Goods sell. Alot of new
S appliancwallpaper, books,
215 N. Main Street BOW-FLEX SPORT clothes and 13 foot
Call 689-1007 $500 almost new, helium blimp plus
After hours Welder Pro 4250 100's of items. See
682-28441!! Home Gym $300 7 you there cash only
^"1 -nril 8 p u'Stations" ful, FRi. 42.l. and rSat.
SComputers^ O ......... :.,12/94J7-12 at straw.,"
m 537-0352/call berry patch in Baker,
FOR SALE com- any time Christmas decora-
mercial grade color NEW GAS powered tions, computer with
S printer, Epson pocket bike. x-treme table, printer, micro-
EPLC8000 needs scooters xp-490. wave with table,
some work $600 Awesome Christmas clothes dryer, toys,
537-8247 gift.$300 call LP record collection
id- (850)368-6156 (Diana Ross, Mi-
ith 812 cheal Jackson and
ail Farm Equipment 828 more.) glassware,
37- Electronics household items
Stereo-TV-VCR 537-3064
ia- NEW PANASONIC MULTI-FAMILY

00 model #TH- Dec.9th 12-??, 3205
6 i42PD6U, $1100 Auburn Rd. house-
8 699-3994 hold items, Christ-
PECAN mas decorations,
desk, lots misc.
P EN S E TUPPERWARE
ch NEW Catalog,
le, monthly special Re-
4 placement order.
nd Call Jackie 682-
to 4305.
58- TWO FAMILY ga-
813 GARAGE rage sale 2113 Ha-
L- Farm & Garden good Loop, Christ-
a l mas items, lots of
all PECANS stuff! 8 a.m. until?
- Elliot pecans al- YARD SALE Tools,
ready cracked, OKALOOSAp YARD SAE Tools,
2.751b. Must go COUNTY TO HOLD Christmas items,
423-1103 or 978- PUBLIC miscellaneous 6012
423-1103 or 978- maeofe
4558 SURPLUS Holly Dr. 7-12 Sat-
PROPERTY SALE urday
YARD SALE Dec.
Gry 814 The Okaloosa Coun- 9th 8am-12:00pm
all Furniture ty Board of Comis- 470 Ridgelake. Fur-
4- sioner's Purchasing nature, books,
FOR SALE 6-chair Department willhold games, antiques,
od dining set and hutch, a sale for pre-tagged lamps
ile 3-piece living room, surplus property YARD SALE Tup-
& asking $650, call from 7am-12pm on perware 50/75 off
850-682-3805 Friday, Dec. 15, clothesware Saturday
V- FULL 2006 at the surplus Dec. 9th 4 Flora
center located at
es SIZE BED- 5489 Old Bethel Cove, off of Aplin, 7
id. ROOM Rd., Crestview (be-
2- SET hind the County Ex- 830
includes; headboard, tension Office). Miscellaneous'
mattress, boxspring, Items for sale may For Sale
a- tv/stand, dresser be previewed Thurs-
s- w/mirror, nightstand day, Dec. 14, 2006 334 ISSUES of
yr and bookshelf from 10am-2pm. Sports Illustrated
8" $400.00 or best offer This is a first-come, spanning from 1972-
683-9827 first serve "as is" 2006. $100 obo 682-
sale of surplus com- 2417
puter equipment, ra- BOWFLEX TREAD
dios, fumiture office Climber TC5000
equipment and Climber mat, $15000
more. Cash or check w/floor mat, $1500,
morwill be accepted. or6mo old. Call 537-
Some select items 5333 ask for Donna
will be sold by FOR SALE 3 real
Sealed Bid. Sealed unused Elvis Pres-
bids will be opened ley stamps. Call
at 10am on Dec. 15, 537-8759/leave
2006. name & number,
For further informa- make offer
D Player with changer, tion, contact Jack Al- FOR SALE- gas
Dual electric doors., len or Nick Lombar- heater black with
niles. Good tires. di, Okaloosa County gold trim fake logs in
682-0407 Purchasing, 689- front $250. 537-
5960 7787


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Miscellaneous
For Sale
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER solid oak,
holds up to 38" t.v.,
glass doors, draw-
ers, CD and cas-
sette holder, paid
$700 take $200,
537-2422
CRYSTAL LEATH-
ER jackets, chaps,
motorcycle helmet,
shop lights, anti-
ques, schwinn sting-
ray bike, girls 10-16
clothes, vacuum 7-1
Friday 3190 Pine-
woods Dr.


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale

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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
WASHER & Dryer
$350, Buffer Clarinet
$500 682-1914
GORGEOUS ARTI-
FICIAL tree 10.5ft,
holds 1400 orna-
ments. It's a bargain
$35.00 682-1391
832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
6X10 ENCLOSED
trailer. Prefer ramp
back door 830-8411.


TRANSPORTATION

904
Cars
1992 BUICK Regal
$1200 new tires,
battery, stereo, fuel-
system, call 902-
5724


904
Cars
FOR SALE 2002
Chevy Impala white,
33,000 miles, excel-
lent condition $8500
call 678-7983
1997 HONDA CRV,
4wd, low miles ex-
cellent condition -
30mpg/Hwy $7,000.
682-2204 or 682-
3819
CASH FOR your car
dead or alive. We al-
so clear garage,
yard sale items,
rental clearing, no
job too small. 305-
1957


904 904
Cars Cars


FULLY LOADEDII
Leather, All power,
18" wheels. Immaculate,
well cared for vehicle.
29,000 miles. Extended
Warranty included. Only
$24,600 683-0897


904
Cars

1995 Oldsmobile
Aurora


Fully Loaded!
V-8
Automatic
Transmission
$3,500
758-5349


2002 BUICK LESABRE
BRONZE, 47K MILES, IMMAACULATE
$10,800 (oso) 689-2166


1992 34' FLEETWOOD BOUNDER
Under 50,000 miles. Good condition, TV, VCR, newA/C.
$23,000 (ob) 758-5366


2001 Newmar Kountry Star



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Sth-Wheel, 34ft, 3 Slides, LOADED, W/D, Satellite TV,
Ice maker, New leather Recliners, Corian counter tops.
Top condition. 26,000 must see to appreciate.
850-682-9103 cell 850-830-2551.


904
Cars
RED 1993 Mazda
Miyata $4000, like
brand new, 1987
Starcraft Aluminum
Outboard with trailer
$400, refrigerator
with ice maker $100,
big t.v. $100 689-
2586

05 ScioN XB


SHOW CAR
42,000 miles
17" wheels 5 TVs
$17,995
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for pictures and information.
352-562-4226


905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
906
Boats
16' BASS boat new
seats, carpet, aera-
tor, bilge pumps,
wiring, switches,
lights, timers, tires
on trailer.
100hp/Johnson runs
great $2,500. 546-
1062, 537-0352


910
Motorcycles
2004 HD Super-
glide, exc condition,
many extras, 13,800
miles $12,000obo,
826-0122.
914
Recreational
2001. SUZUK gquad
300 4x4, 4 wheeler
$2900 obo 758-5365
**GO-CART**
Fiberglass Nascar
body, new condi-
tion $300, must
sell! 689-2312

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5th Wheel RV
with hitch'
Excellent Condition
$7,200 (obo)
Must Sell
537-9717
918
Trucks
2003 GMC Sonoma
107,000mi runs
good, automatic,
A/C, needs minor
body work $4500
OBO 850-546-1159
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.

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