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CRESTVIEW


Museum
holds tree
lighting
Page 2A


CPD hires
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Page 3A


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District announces CHS principal candidates


* Current principal Andy Johnson has announced that
he will retire in January due to a spinal injury.


Adam Ziglari
Crestview News Bulletin
Four applicants have been
named and will be interviewed for
the principal's position at
Crestview High School.
The interviews will bV conduct-
ed on Jan. 4 by a selection commit-
tee led by Deputy Superintendent
Rodney Nobles.
All applicants are currently
school district employees: They are:
Ed Coleman, current vice prin-


cipal at Niceville High School.
Thomas Allen Barber, assistant
principal at Pryor Middle School.
Phillip Hutcheson, physical
education instructor at Niceville
High School.
M Rhonda Whetstone, program
director in Information Services.
Current Principal Andy Johnson
will step down from his post in
January.
The 53-year-old educator has
worked as a teacher, a guidance
counselor and an administrator in


Okaloosa County schools for more
than 30 years. For the last five
years, he has served as Crestview's
principal.
Earlier this year, Johnson had
two discs penetrate his spinal
chord, causing severe pain. He
underwent surgery in August, but
has since had to wear a neck brace.
After considering limitations
induced by surgery, he decided to
retire midway through the school
year.
The job was posted on the school
district's Web site for 10 days. After
the interviews, Superintendent of
Schools Alexis Tibbetts expects to
announce who the new principal is


at the Jan. 22
School Board"
meeting.
According to
Tibbetts, all
administrators
are hired on one-
year contracts.
The selection
committee has JOHNSON
an array of com-
munity leaders, teachers and busi-
ness professionals.
"We picked people out of the
community, some from the school
advisory council and we're trying
to get a good selection of teachers
on there," Nobles said.


SThe committee includes four
teachers, First National Bank
President Dale Rice, Jr., Publix
Manager Tim Bryant and others.
Richbourg's principal Bob Jones
will also serve as an committee
administrator, Nobles said.
Tibbetts can choose one of the
four applicants, or she can transfer
someone from within the district
that is not currently an applicant.
"She has complete authority to
choose a transfer," Nobles said,
explaining that the final decision
rests with the superintendent.
"This is a committee recommen-
dation. She can accept it or reject
it."


ean streak


Steve Andrews/The News Bulletin
Adam "Dragon" Kelley pf Crestview won his first fight in Combat Sports Elite ultimate fighting by way of technical knockout, and now looks
to move up the ladder toward a championship, Kelley's Sept. 16 fight will be replayed via DVD Thursday night at Beef O'Brady's in Crestview.

Kelley looks to fight his way to the top in Combat Sports Elite


Steve Andrews
Managing Editor
When Crestview resident Adam
Kelley beat down a Midland City
(Ala.) police officer on Sept. 16,
there was no criminal act involved.
The 35-year-old stucco-tint spe-
cialist was just doing what he
entered the ring to do.
Kelley, known more for his
broad smile and teddy bear
demeanor, has embarked on a
fighting career with Combat Sports
Elite, an ultimate fighting organi-
zation out of Ozark, Ala.
At a stout 6-foot-3 and 265


Want to watch the action?
SWhat: A replay of Kelley's Sept. 16 fight
When: Thursday at 7 p.m.
a Where: Beef O'Brady's in Crestview
P I;*


pounds, Kelley won his first fight
over Tony Franks, a 380-pound
police officer, in the super heavy-
weight division. Kelley earned the
technical knockout at 2:38 of the
second round, pounding away at
his bigger opponent until the refer-


ee stepped in. :
"My corner man got me really
psyched up while we were walk-
ing to the ring," Kelley said. "He
got me focused, so when I stepped
into the ring my entire focus was
on Tony Franks."


Kelley, who goes by the nick-
name "Dragon," will compete in
his second fight on Jan. 12 in the
Dothan (Ala.) Civic Center when
he takes on Josh Smith. His first
fight will be replayed via DVD on
Thursday night at Beef O'Brady's
in Crestview beginning at 7 p.m.
"This is just something I've
wanted to do," he said. "I enjoy
getting in the ring and competing,
and testing my skills against other
guys."
Kelley has a second-degree
black belt in Tae Kwon Do and is


See DRAGON, page 5A


Attorney may

be related to

Civil War hero

John Parrott
News Bulletin Military Reporter

If you look closely at a recent
photograph of Crestview native
and Pensacola attorney Mike
Schofield, and then at a photograph
of Civil War hero Lt. Gen. John M.
Schofield, you cannot help but
notice a striking resemblance. The
earlier Schofield was a highly
respected career soldier, while the
latter is a highly respected career
lawyer who specializes in aircraft
litigation.
"I can't be 100,percent sure, but I
am fairly certain I am a direct
descendant of his," said Schofield,
as he recently sat down for a cup of
coffee at the Tropical Palm
Restaurant.
What started the idea was a con-
versation Jerry Schofield, Mike's
father. It was all about flying and
the love of airplanes.
"When I was a young man, I had
my heart set on flying airplanes in
the military," said Schofield, who is
a multi-engine rated licensed pilot,
and one who uses his understand-
ing of aerodynamics in the court-
room.
"I'd always been interested in
airplanes, and during my teens I
began taking flying lessons here in
Crestview. My ambition was to
become a military pilot just like my
father had been."
The aspirations continued
through college, and part of his
flight training continued -in
Gainesville, where he attended the
University of Florida, his alma
mater. Schofield graduated with a
B.A. degree, and then enrolled in
the school of law. He graduated
with honors in three years under an
accelerated program.
In law school, Schofield began
thinking seriously about a military
aviation career, but his ambitions
were dashed when he flunked a
flight physical eye exam.
Even though the Crestview
native's love of aircraft and flying
couldn't be fulfilled in an Air Force
uniform, he did put his aviation
knowledge to good use.
It wasn't long before he got a call
from a friend in Miami who told

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LOCAL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2006


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Celebrating Christmas at the museum
Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin
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Lily Lewis, 5, Hannah Strawn, 9, and Robby Duren, 9, peer through the glass at the lighted city inside the Baker Block
Museum's lighted city window display.


Traditions are aplenty
in Baker, especially
around Christmas
time.
Saturday's Christmas tree
lighting ceremony at the
Baker Block Museum was
filled with warm conversa-
tions near the fireplace,
sounds of laughter and
singing and the playful ener-
gy of children.
The event, the first of its
kind at the local museum,
honored Joyce Grubbs, a
Baker native who passed
away last September. Her
wish- was to see a lighted
Baker at Christmas. She
always had a bright yard
filled with colorful
Christmas lights, life size
ornaments, a nativity scene
and other festive outdoor
embellishments.
Her husband, Wendell,


recently sold the couple's
home on Stanley Lane and
moved to a ranch in
Tennessee. But before leav-
ing, he donated all of Joyce's
ornaments and Christmas
decorations to the museum.
"Every year she'd say,
'Why don't y'all do some-
thing in Baker?'" said muse-
um curator Jeanette
Hendersonof Joyce's wish to
see Baker garnished in fes-
tive flare. "Joyce's wish came
true."
Dozens of area families
attended the event. Children
had their pictures taken with
Santa in the museum's
newly restored log cabin and
everyone gathered around
the towering lighted
Christmas tree to sing carols.
"We were really pleased
with the event," said
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one of 11 new officers to be hired in the city's new fiscal budget.


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Adam Ziglar
Crestview News Bulletin

As the city grows, so does
the police department that
provides its protection.
The Crestview Police
Department has started hiring
new officers. The first of 11
was sworn into office by
Mayor George Whitehurst.
Valparaiso resident Bob
Kollar, 37, took the oath to
protect and serve Friday
morning before a crowded
gathering of other officers and
police officials in the mayor's
office.
Kollar has finished police


academy schooling and will
continue to train with Sgt.
Andrew Schneider. Once he
completes field training he
will work as a patrol officer.
"We're pleased to add to
our force," Whitehurst said
after Kollar was sworn to
duty. "Our city is growing so
that we need more officers to
be out in our communities."
In November, 172 new peo-
ple moved to Crestview,
according to city water
department figures. An aver-
age of 11 families a week
moved to the city.
This year will end with
over 1,600 more residents and


more than 1,108 additional
vehicles traveling on
Crestview's roads. Since Jan.
2, 1,632 new residents have
moved to Crestview, nudging
the city's population above
20,000 people.
Two additional officers will
be added within the next
month.
One of them is David
Bracewell, a former officer and
local pastor, who will rejoin
the force full time and work as
a community policing officer.
This is a duty he once shared
with Billy Napier, a communi-
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about four months. Under the direction of Victoria Adams and her Creative Learning
Studio, students of all ages participated in the evening and played select pieced they
had learned during the previous months.

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Dr. Khan serves as the Medical Director of Bridgeway Center,
Inc. He has been with BCI for 3 years. He received his doc-
torate from King Edwards Medical College and completed his
Residency and Child Psychiatry Fellowship at the Southern
Illinois University School of Medicine. He has since attained
Board Certification in general Psychiatry and has attended
additional training for Board Certification for child and ado-
lescent psychiatry. His commitment to providing excellent
clinical care with compassion is an inspiration to those who
work with him. He provides a positive treatment experience
for clients.
Dr. Holliday serves as the Assistant Medical director of
Bridgeway Center, Inc. She has been with BCI for 3 years.
She holds her doctorate from Chulalongkorn University. She
completed her Residency in Psychiatry at Saint Louis
University Hospitals in St. Louis, Missouri. She has also
obtained Board Certification in Adult Psychiatry. Dr. Holliday
consistently displays respect and dignity with inpatient
clients as well as clients in residential services and BCI staff
above and beyond what is expected.
BCI wishes to express our sincere appreciation for Dr. Khan's
and Dr. Holliday's dedication and commitment to the BCI
Vision to "Create the best customer experience by giving
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WEDNESDAY
DECEMBER 20, 2006


Quit messing


with perfection

There is little
that irritates me My
more than to hear Opinion
some "celebrity,"
claiming to exer- B
cise "artistic Bob
license" or using Allen
some other lame
excuse, butcher-
ing the National Anthem. I feel that I am safe
in stating that that which was done several
years ago by a "comedienne" was nothing
short of being repulsive and insulting!
In the past several days, I heard of a local
church choir jazzing up George Frederick
Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus," from "The
Messiah,"' clapping and swaying to the point
that it was only remotely recognizable!
SI must ask myself, "Why?" Why must we
always have to have a "personal" rendition?
Why can't we sing the music as it has been
written?
Since Thanksgiving, I have had the fre-
quency of any one of three radio stations set
in my truck so that I can enjoy seasonal music
whenever I am driving. Unfortunately, the
number of times that I have heard an altered
version of an old standard far exceeded a
straightforward rendition. Even the time test-
ed Christmas carols, as opposed to the mod-
ern songs such as "White Christmas" or
"Rudolph, the Rednosed Reindeer," have
been distorted and, at times, rewritten to the
point that they are virtually unrecognizable.
It is my opinion, and perhaps I am showing
my age by so stating my position, that there
are some things in life that need to be kept
pure; unblemished, and undistorted.
: -We have had a Pledge of Allegiance for
longer than I can remember, and for the last
half-century, at least, it has contained the
words "under God.' It is a pure sentiment,
harmful to no one, but yet there is an element
that wants to revise it, to drop the phrase.
I understand full well that change, if prop-
erly directed, is good; it is a sign of progress.
But much of our "good life" is based on a
foundation that does not need to be changed,
to be weakened. That foundation is called
"tradition," and if we have nothing on which
to stand, we crumble. We are going to have
chaos. When nothing is sacred, bedlam will
prevail "..
'Yes, I am a flag-wavu-g patriot! I love oiur
National Anthem and cringe when I hear it
.prostituted. Similarly, I have great admiration
for Handel's oratorio, for I have sung it
numerous times.with a college choir, and I do
notappreciate hearing it sung any way but
the way- it-was composed. The King of
England reportedly- thought that it,was* so
magnificent that he rose when he heard it!
Call.me an old fogey, but more appropri-
ately, call me a purist. There are some things
That need not be changed.
Having said all this, Gigi and I, and on
behalf of our extended family from Uncle
Wally to Peanut, want to wish our friends of
the Jewish tradition Happy Chanukah, and
for those of a Christian belief, Merry
Christmas.

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




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New Orleans report Part II


It is understandable
that no one, including
FEMA, is used to dealing
with a disaster of
Hurricane Katrina's
magnitude. But it is no
excuse for poor manage-
ment and even poorer
judgment. There must be
flexibility in the rules
and regulations.
For instance, FEMA
wanted to get rid of 150
buildings by the City
Park. FEMA notified and
gave the city only two
weeks to get competitive
bids. This, of course, was
impossible in November
2005, as there was more
work around than any-
one could handle. FEMA
finally gave an okay to a
semi-competitive bid
process and, a majop con-.,
tractor came in, removed
the buildings, and spent
$1.4 million. That con-
tractor has been paid
only $35,000.00 to date.
Another interesting
example at the City Park
was their request to get
their hand tools
replaced. No one could
find what happened to
the hand tools, whether
they were stolen, washed
away, sunk, or possibly
taken by the National
Guard or other people to
use. Because of this, the
request made months
ago still sits on hold as
the search for these tools
continues. Bob Becker,
CEO of City Park, would
make an extremely inter-
esting witness. I want to
emphasize that a lot of
problems are not just the
fault of FEMA, the
Corps, the EPA, the state,
the city, etc., but it is leg-
islation or rules on the
books which need to be


Inside
Congress

Lou
Frey

changed, so that in emer-
gencies people can use
their heads and get
something done.
Realistic planning and
coordination at all levels
in the future are essen-
tial.
We had an interesting
discussion with Warren
J. Riley, who is the
Superintendent of Police.
He is a 24-year veteran of
the New Orleans Police
Force, and had once been
captain in the Ninth
Ward. We found. 4ia
direct and willing to talk
about what happened
and what mistakes were
made. One of the first
mistakes he said he
made was not having
press conferences during
the first few days, after
Katrina hit.
They had no primary
police communications,
and their back-up com-
munications were gone.
They had planned for
back-up communica-
tions using a large gener-
ator, which was located
high enough to be dry.
However, the fuel
lines were severed by
flying debris. They had
planned for this possibil-
ity and had a group who
was hired to come in and
fix the fuel lines. The
problem was the military
would not let them in
because they lacked the
proper credentials.
During the first few days
the jail was underwater,


so when they arrested
someone, the only thing
they could do was take
their name and let them
go.
What happened at the
Superdome and
Convention Center is
totally different than
what was reported by
the press. Approximately
400,000 people left the
city, 50,000 people stayed
and 35,000 went to the
Superdome. There was
one attempted rape at
the Superdome, in a
bathroom. The young
lady yelled for help and
two of her friends came
in, beat up the attempted
rapee and turned him
over to the police.
In the Superdome
.they had food and water,
and had planned for a.
number of people to stay,
but too many showed
up. There was chaos in
the Superdome when the
roof blew off, and they
had to transfer 15,000
people to the
Convention Center. The
Convention Center was
used as back-up, but
there had been no plan to
use it at all, so the food
and water, etc., was min-
imal. Eleven people died
at the Convention
Center. Ten of them, the
very young or very old,
died from the weather
and natural causes.
There was one mur-
der-rape. The superin-
tendent said because
they had no communi-
cations or power they
did not know what was
being reported, and the
alleged rapes and dead
bodies piled up, report-
ed by the media, were
just false. Hotels lied to


tourists. Some hotels
told them there were
buses waiting to take
them to the airport (not
true), and when they left
the hotel, the hotel
would not let them back
in. The superintendent
said in planning for the
next hurricane they
have tried to rectify
problems by making
arrangements for prison
buses to be brought in,
by changing the com-
munications system,
issuing proper creden-
tials in advance, and by
planning for a lot more
supplies way ahead of
time.
Police officers have
been affected, as 80% of
their homes are still
, gone,,,a4 ie force is
not at full strength. The
police, he said, did a
great job finding boats
and rescuing people, but
this pulled them from
the anti-looting detail.
They did rescue some
8,000 to 10,000 people.
They did not antici-
pate the extent of the
looting, but will be bet-
ter prepared in the
future. The military did
not arrive for four days,
but did a great job once
there. The city was 17
days without power,
and in some parts 21
days before the water
receded.
To be continued.

Lou Frey, Jr. is a former
member of Congress
(FL '69-'79), Past
President, Former
Members of Congress,
Partner, Lowndes,
Drosdick, Doster,
Kantor & Reed, P.A.,
Orlando, Florida.


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City of Crestview

City Hall
(850) 682-6134

Mayor George
Whitehurst
(850) 682-3812

City Council
Brenda Bush
Ellis Conner
Sam Hayes
Linda Parker
Charles J. "Chip"
Wells
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(850) 689-1618

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Young (850) 682-1560


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Michael Wing
(850) 689-1618 or
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Travis Gillihan
(850) 682-3544

Crestview Fire Chief
Joe Traylor
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LOCAL NEWS


Crestview News Bulletin I 5A


DRAGON, from page 1A


currently training in Ju-Jitsu.
"I've dabbled in a lot of
different martial arts, taking
pieces of each one to develop
my own style," he said. "I
just take what's useful to me
and make it work."
Kelley's physical trainer
at Gold's Gym in Fort
Walton Beach is Jim
"Wood" Honstedder.
Team Kelley, as he calls it,
also includes a second cor-
ner man, Paul Cotton, a
longtime friend who helps
with sparring workouts. D.J.
Kelley serves as his manager
and coordinator.
"I go to the gym five
nights a week and train in
Ju-Jitsu on Sundays," Kelley
said. "I also have other spe-
cialists helping me train
with kicks, hand speed and
those things.
"But working on my car-
dio is probably the most
important part of this."
Most people who know
Kelley find it hard to believe
that this gentle giant can
have such a brutal side. But
he explains that it's just part


of competing in the ring.
"When I step in the ring
it's like a switch flips and it's
time to fight," he said. "I
look across the ring and
know that my opponent is
going to come after me, so I
know what I've got to do.
"Then, when I step back
out of the ring, I'm back to
being a big old teddy bear,"
he added with a laugh.
The 1990 graduate of
Walton High School in
DeFuniak Springs has com-
peted in tough-man contests
in the past, but admits that
he didn't train for those like
he has since entering CSE.
"I want to take this just as
far as I can," he said. "I want
a championship."
He hopes that dream
comes true in either his cur-
rent organization or in the
more popular Ultimate
Fighting Championships.
"If it's in the UFC, that's
great, but I believe if
Combat Sports Elite keeps
growing like it is, they will
be just as big as UFC in
about five years," he said.


"I've got in on the ground
floor in this organization, so
I'd love to have a champi-
onship here."
A self-proclaimed video
junkie in his rare spare time,
Kelley has two young sons
- Blaise, 12, and Alexander,
7 who have already
begun to show interest in
the fight game.
"They are starting out,
wanting me to show them
some things, but I'm waiting
for my baby boy to get a lit-
tle older," Kelley said.
The CSE still operates
under amateur rankings, so
no cash prizes are awarded.
Instead, they earn room,
board, jewelry and other
gifts. The prize for his
upcoming fight will be a
"Super Bowl-type" ring,
emblazoned with the CSE
logo.
"At this point, I'm not
really in it for the money," he
said.. "I just want to keep
training, keeping fighting
and getting better.
"After that, who knows
where it can take me?"


Available fro Commercial News Providrs


Crestview's Adam "Dragon" Kelley gives some knee kicks to the midsection of Tony
Franks during their Sept. 16 Combat Sports Elite fight in Ozark, Ala. Kelley will next face
Josh Smith on Jan. 12 at the Dothan (Ala.) Civic Center.


RELATED, from page 1A


him about a job opening with
the law firm Kimbrell &
Hamann in downtown
Miami. They were looking for
someone with Schofield's
background in law, and in
aviation.
"I went down there, inter-
viewed for the job, and they
hired me. I think that was in
1984 or 1985," said Schofield.
"The firm liked the idea of
someone in the courtroom
who understood both the law
and flight physics. I worked
for them for the four years,
and we,handled for some of
the biggest names in civil avi-
ation, as well as small family
owned parts companies.
Then, afterwards I went to
work for Lanza, O'Connor in
Coral Gables."
He went on to explain sev-
eral,facets and levels of his
career, and the many cases he
had tried in the courtroom.
"Each case is different,"
said Schofield. "There is no


John Parrott/The News Bulletin
Mike Schofield talks about his famous look-alike ances-
tor, court cases and aircraft. He was able to successfully
blend his law career with an interest in aviation.


magic bullet, no way to tell
how a jury will rule, but you
always have to do your best."
'Whenrasked if he had ever
trif' a'ase .that he wasn't


sure of, or where he thought
the person might have been
guilty, Schofield was quick to
describe how he dealt with
these situations.


"Honestly, I have always
had a rule never to try a case
that I didn't believe in. There
were times I knew in my
heart my prospective client
was guilty and I wasn't going
to defend them, but those I
took, I always gave it my
best, and overall I am happy
with what I have done. Just as
important to me or any
lawyer is, those whom I rep-
resented have been over-
whelmingly satisfied."
After a moment's pause,
Schofield said, "I'll tell you
something else: there is
always one case that stands
out in a lawyer's mind. And
in mine it is about defending
a young woman severely
burned in a aircraft crash sev-
eral years ago. She had been
burned from the waist down
when the small plane she was
a passenger in caught fire as it
flipped while trying to make
an emergency landing on a
beach. She was atrpped ir her


Special to The News bulletin
Civil War Lt. General John
M. Schofield, potential
ancestor of attorney Mike
Schofield.
seat as the plane caught fire.
"We litigated for four
years and eventually
obtained a good settlement
for her. She was so glad and
grateful," said Schofield. "It
is very nice and humbling


when someone you repre-
sented believes in you as the
attorney and then thanks you
afterwards. It was a tough,
contentious case with multi-
ple out-of-the-area attorneys
from major firms on the other
side who fought every issue.
But in the end our client
received enough to take care
of her for probably the rest of
her life, and she was such a
nice young lady."
With a 24-year law career
behind him, Schofield has
won his share of cases, and
very candidly says he has no
regret over any case he has
tried.
"I've lost a few cases that I
thought I'd win," he said, and
then added, "but every jury is
different and there is no way
to determine how they will
rule. But what you as a
lawyer must do is work hard
and do your best. Otherwise
you are in the wrong profes-
sion."


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6A I Crestview News Bulletin CRIME


POLICE


BLOTTiER

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


Counterfeit copycat
Recently, a Crestview
teenager wanted to try his
hand at making counterfeit
bills, so he used his print-
er/copier combination at
his home and made several
copies of different monetary
denominations.
According to police
reports, he then took the
bills to a Destin outlet store
and spent the money on
items, moving to different
registers within the same
store so as to not give away
his intentions.
However, after purchas-
ing items at the different
registers, he left the store.
The store's management
team discovered the phony
bills and quickly reviewed
security tapes and analyzed
register transactions.
As it turns out, the
employees knew the kid
because he was a former
store employee.
The teen was arrested for
forgery and uttering a
forged instrument, both
felonies, and hopefully he's
lost his computer privileges
for a while.

Eluding the inevitable
Recently, a Crestview
man was cruising through
town on his bicycle.
Knowing that it was getting


dark outside, the deputy
noticed that the man didn't
have a light on the front of
his bike.
As the deputy
approached him, the man
sped up, peddling fervidly
away from the patrol vehi-
cle. The deputy turned on
his blue lights and ordered
the man to stop his bike.
Ignoring the cop, the man
made a sharp U-turn and
headed in the opposite
direction. The deputy then
began to pursue him more
aggressively. He called for
backup and continued to
order the man to stop the
uncontrollable bicycle
wheels.
As the man rode on, the
deputy noticed that the man
started to drop things to the
ground.
Eventually, the man
ditched the bike and fled
through some woods.
However, the deputy
jumped from his patrol car
and caught the man.
After arresting him for
attempting to elude an offi-
cer, the deputy discovered
that the man was trying to
ditch his cocaine. He also
arrested the man for pos-
sessing a controlled sub-
stance and
tampering/destroying evi-
dence.


* CRIME REPORTS ,,,


City of Crestview
crime reports
11/26: Marquise T
Richardson, age 22, of 1339
Garner Lane 109, Columbia, SC,
was charged with failure to rede-
liver hired vehicle.
12/06: Brian Edward Albritton,
age 29, was charged with sexual
battery.
12/08: Shawn Lee McDonald,
age 30, of 3574 Four Oaks Blvd,
Tallahassee, was charged with
domestic violence injunction vio-
lation.


12/09: Michael Andrew
Gilmore, age 19, of 5516 Royal
Street, Crestview, was charged
with battery touch or strike. *
Curtis L Blackshear, age 25, of
1838 Wadsworth Road,
Crestview, was charged with DUI
and property damage.
12/11: A 14-year-old juvenile,
of Crestview, was charged with
grand theft auto.
12/12: Malcolm Darnell
Union, age 24, of 110 Oglesby,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of cocaine and posses-
sion of marijuana less than 20


* OBITUARIES


Isaac David
Davis
Apr 05, 1935 Dec 10, 2006
Isaac David Davis, age 71,
born April 5, 1935 and left us
to be with the Lord on
December 10, 2006.
He is survived by his long
t,:time soulmate and wife of 53
years, Helen M. Davis; 5 chil-
dren, Barbara Ann Ingram
and husband Brad of
Titusville, FL, Hilda Lee and
husband Kirk of Titusville,
FL, Wanda Cooper and hus-
band David of Houston, TX,
Kathy Davis of Houston, TX
and Isaac David Davis, Ji; of
Crestview, FL.; numerous
grandchildren, Denise
Michelle and Cecil Gantt of
Houston, TX, Billy, Bobby
Watson, Tiffany Ingram of
Titusville, FL, and Tamny
and Sandy Merrifield of
Titusville, FL; and 11 great-
grandchildren.
He is also loved by his 4
sisters, Lillian Posey, Bonnie
:Batson, Dollie Snipes and
Evelyn Neddles who all live
in the Crestview area.
: Isaac D. Davis will be
greatly missed by his loving
wife, his children, sisters and
other persons who came into
, contact with him. He was
just that type of person. You
couldn't know him without
loving him.
Services were held on
SWednesday, December 13 in
the chapel of Brackney
Funeral Service with Re-i.
Raymond Williams officiat-
ing. Burial followed atRock
H-l Cemetery.,
The family Areceived
friends on' Tuesday,


December 12 at the funeral
home.

Robin Renea
Ramirez
Apr 23, 1942 Dec 12, 2006
Mrs. Robin Ramirez, age
64, of Crestview passed away
December 12, 2006 at her
home in Crestview. She was
born on April 23, 1942 in
Lima, Ohio to Joseph and
Harriet Mlorrisey.
Mrs. Ramirez had been
resident of 38 years moving
from Lima, Ohio. She was
Episcopal by faith and a
member of Epiphany
Episcopal Church. She was
preceded by her husband
Jorge M. Ramirez in 2001 and
her father. She loved ani-
mals, her family, her God,
and she enjoyed bowling
with the Senior Circle.
Mrs. Ramirez is survived
by her daughters Dawn
Neely of Lima, Ohio and
Renee Goodrich and husband
Shawn of Crestview, one
brother Richard Morrisey of
Lima, Ohio and five grand-
children.
A time of visitation was
held on December 15, 2006 at
Epiphany Episcopal Church
in Crestview.
Funeral services were con-
ducted on Friday, December
15 at Epiphany Episcopal
Church,. with Father George,
Gilbert officiating. Burial fol-
lowed inDorcas Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers dona-
tions may be made to Noah-
roxth_.Qkaloosa Humane
Society, 5464 Clint Mason
Road, Crestview, FL 32539.


grams. Demetrius Harris, age
39, of 487 Lincoln Street,
Crestview, was charged with
domestic battery touch or strike. *
Lawrence Kevin Styron, age 23,
of 802 Barrow Street, Crestview,
was charged with burglary and
grand theft.
12/13: Andrew Eric
McDonald, age 22, of 3167 Main
Street, Crestview, was issued a
capias on the offense of contempt
of court-violation of injunction pro-
tection domestic violence.


Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
12/05: Kevin Earl McCranie,
age 22, of 3632 Richardson
Road, Crestview, was charged
with domestic aggravated battery.
12/06: A 14-year-old juvenile,
of Crestview, was charged with
fraudulent use of a credit card
and grand theft.
12/12: Ronny J. Foret, age 23,
of 1150 South Wilson Street,
Crestview, was charged with lewd
or lascivious battery.


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Dear Jane,
I am entertaining this holi-
day season and love the detailed
look of new baseboards (trim)
in a room. Is it hard to install
or do I have to call a profession-
al?
Thanks,
- Stella G.
Dear Stella,
We know exactly what
you mean the look of base-
board molding can add so
much to any room of the
house. The good news is
that this is definitely a do-it-
yourself project, but it does
take a little effort. With the
right tools you can do this
project in less than a day.
(Depending of course on
how many rooms you are
doing.) To make it even eas-
ier, we recommend you con-
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molding. Simply cut, mount
and fill in the gaps. Here's
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look to your home.
Step I
First, measure the room to
get an estimate of how much
baseboard molding you
need. Molding is sold by
length, so it's best to know
this before heading to the
home improvement store. A
rule of thumb is to buy at
least 10% more than you
think you need. Leftover
pieces can always be used
for cutting practice, future
repairs or mistakes.
Step 2
Using a putty knife or pry
bar and a little leverage,
remove any existing base-
boards. Use a shim between
the wall and the drywall to
prevent causing any dam-
age.
Step 3
If you are planning to
paint your baseboards, you
will want to prime and paint
them before you begin the
installation process. This is


much easier to complete
before the baseboards are up
on the walls!
Step 4
Now, remember to follow
the adage: measure twice,
cut once. Put on your safety
glasses and head to the
miter saw. You can use
either a Power Compound
Miter Saw or a combination
Miter Box and Back Saw to
make your mitered (angled)
cuts. Begin by first verifying
the angle of each cut and if
using a Miter Saw be sure
the trim is flush against the
saw's guide before making
the cut. If you're creating
compound cuts or cuts at
odd angles, you may want
to make some test cuts on
scrap or leftover trim. For
Outside corer angles (they
jut out instead of turning in),
called a miter joint, cut the
wood at opposite 45 degree
angles, so that they will fit
together. A coping joint is a -
corner that turns inward. If
your comers are a little
imperfect, you can always
shape the wood with a file
or fill gaps with caulk once
you put them in place.
Step 5
Dry fit the pieces in place


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on the wall, making sure the
length, angles and joints are
perfect. Expect a little imper-
fection at the covers after
all, no walls are perfectly
straight. You'll be able to fill
in any gaps in a moment.
Step 6
Time to put the pieces in
for real. A helper r~1Iv
comes in handy h ir. GIe of
you can hold the ,riim piece
steady as the other uses the
nail gun to fasten it to the
wall. To install your new
baseboards, you'll want to
begin in the comer on the
wall opposite the door and
attach a nail about every 6-
10 inches.
Step 7
Fill in any gaps with
paintable caulk making sure
to wipe away as much
excess as possible. Let it dry
and then sand those areas
and touch them up with
Syuir choicei6fp'iit color.
Hope this helps!
Hugs n' hammers,
The Janes
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1 Reynolds Slow Cooker Liner
1/4 cup water
4 medium red potatoes, cut in quarters
1 medium onion, cut in quarters
1 package (16 oz.) peeled baby carrots
1 envelope (1 oz.) onion soup mix, divided
1/4 teaspoon each salt, pepper and dried
thyme leaves
2 1/2 to 3 pound boneless beef chuck pot
roast

OPEN slow cooker liner and place it
inside a 5- to 6 1/2-quart slow cooker bowl.
Fit liner snugly against the bottom and sides
of bowl; pull top of liner over rim of bowl.
PLACE water and three-fourths of the
vegetables in the lined-slow cooker. Reserve
1 tablespoon onion soup mix. Sprinkle
remaining onion soup mix over vegetables;
stir gently to coat evenly. Sprinkle and rub
salt, pepper and thyme over the pot roast.
Place pot roast on top of vegetables. Place
remaining vegetables around pot roast;
sprinkle vegetables with remaining onion


soup mix. Place lid on slow cooker.
COOK on LOW for 8 to 9 hours OR on
HIGH for 5 to 6 hours, until pot roast is ten-
der.
CAREFULLY remove lid to allow steam
to escape. Serve food directly from slow
cooker. Do not lift or transport liner with
food inside. Cool slow cooker completely;
remove liner and toss.

REYNOLDS KITCHENS TIP:
If you like, substitute four peeled white
potatoes for red potatoes AND substitute
four whole carrots, peeled and cut in 2 inch
pieces for peeled baby carrots.


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Prep Time: 10 min. Cook Time: 2 1/2 hrs.
Makes: 36 to 48 (3 oz.) servings

1 Reynolds Oven Bag, Turkey Size
1 tablespoon flour
12 to 16 pound fully-cooked whole ham,
bone-in
Whole cloves (optional)

PREHEAT oven to 325"F.
SHAKE flour in Reynolds Oven Bag;
place in large roasting pan at least 2 inches
deep. Trim skin and excess fat from ham,


leaving a thin layer of fat. If desired, score
ham by lightly cutting diamond shapes into
surface of ham; insert cloves in center of
diamonds.
PLACE ham in oven bag.
CLOSE oven bag with nylon tie; cut six
1/2-inch slits in top. Insert meat thermome-
ter through slit in bag into thickest part of
ham, not touching bone. Tuck ends of bag
in pan.
BAKE 2 1/2 to 3 1/4 hours or until meat
thermometer reads 140oF. Let stand in
oven bag 10 minutes before slicing.


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0 CALENDAR OF EVENTS


Ifyour organization has a regularly HEALTH Center, 127 Redstone Avenue,
scheduled standing meeting that NORTH OKALOOSA Suite A, in Crestview. For more
you would like to see in our calen- GASTRIC BYPASS SUP- information please call Jody
dar, please mail it to the Crestview PORT GROUP: will have Jacobson at 862-9747 or Betty
News Bulletin, 295 West James Lee monthly meetings at Body-B- Weeden at 682-7848.
Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536; FAX it Healthy, 2227 South Ferdon EATING DISORDER SUP-
to 682-2246; or.e-mail us at okpub- Blvd., Crestview, on the sec- PORT GROUP (ANAD) meets
lishing@crestviewbulletin.com. ond Thursday of every month each Thursday at 7 p.m. at the
Please label all correspondence: from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Hours are Fort Walton Beach Creative
"Attn Weekly Calendar." subject to change with holi- Senior Center, 31 Memorial
CIVIC days. Email Donika at man- Parkway SW. Nationally affili-
SCONCORD LODGE #50 adonika@yahoo.com to con- ated; local advisory board. Call
F&AM holds their regular firm. 796-3277 for information.
meeting at 404 Garden Street, Meetings are open to any- WEIGHT WATCHERS
Crestview, on the first and third one who has had the surgery, meets every Thursday at the
Monday of each month at 7 wants to have it, or is just inter- First United Methodist Church,
p.m. For further information, ested in learning more about it. 599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview.
call 423-1030. For more information call Room 212. Registration and
The NATIONAL ASSOCI- Donika at 826-1177. weigh in begins at 5 p.m.,
ACTION FOR ACTIVE & LA LECHE LEAGUE of meeting follows.
RETIRED FEDERAL the Central Panhandle (serv- LUPUS SUPPORT NET-
EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION ing Walton, Okaloosa, and WORK meetings are held on
CHAPTER 1428 gets together south Santa Rosa Counties) the third Saturday of every
once a month for 11:00 lunch now meets on the third Friday month at the Crestview Public
and an 12:00 meeting at of each month at 10 a.m. in Library in the Conference
Barnhill's in Fort Walton Niceville. Call 850-420-3900 Room.
Beach. For more information, for more details. These support groups are
call 678-5678. LUPUS SUPPORT NET- sponsored and conducted by
DISABLED AMERICAN WORK LSN meets every third Lupus Support Network. There
VETERANS get together every Friday of the month at NOMC's is no charge for the meetings
third Tuesday of the month for Senior Circle Classroom in and everyone is welcome.
a 6 p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. Crestview. For more informa- For more information
meeting at the chapters 5296 tion call 1-800-458-8211. please call Lupus Support
Hare Street location in MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS Network at 800-458-8211.
Crestview. For information, call SUPPORT GROUP meetings SENIOR CIRCLE ACTIVI-
the chapter office at 682-0982 are open to those who have TIES: To register and make
or write them at DAV Chapter MS, their families, and those reservations for all events,
57, PO. Box 63, Crestview, FL who care about them. please call 689-8409. The SC
32539. Meetings in the Fort Walton classroom is at 127 E.
THE WALTON GUARD Beach area are held at 10:30 Redstone Avenue in
meets at the White Sands AM on the second Saturday of Crestview.
Bowling Center in Fort Walton each month at the Bob Gates Exercise classes Stretch,
Beach. The meetings are pub- Welcome Center located at the Flex & Tone aerobics every
lic. Contact Cheryl Harris at Bob Hope Village in Shalimar. Monday at 9 a.m. in the SC
244-3053 for details. For more information or to classroom, at a cost of $10 per
The Crestview CON- receive our monthly newsletter month. Line Dancing every
CERNED CITIZENS GROUP please call Tina in Crestview at Tuesday in the SC Classroom
meets on the first Thursday of 423-1193. at 9 a.m., $10 per month.
every month at 6 p.m. The The ALZHEIMER'S SUP- Water aerobics every
meetings are held in the PORT GROUP meets on the Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at
Fairview .Park building on 2nd Tuesday of every month at Crestview Physical Therapy,
McClelland Street. 11 a.m. in, the Covenant 557 Brookemeade Drive,
MARINE CORPS Hospice Community Education Crestview. Cost of $2.50 per
LEAGUE On the second Room at 370 W. Redstone class or $10 a month.
Thursday of each month at the Drive in Crestview. Guest HOLT FIRE DISTRICT
American Legion Post 235 in speakers, group discussion BOARD OF COMMISSION-
Fort Walton Beach, the Marine and support from friends are ERS holds their regular sched-
Corps League Detachment all a part of it. uled meetings every third
915 meets at 7:30 p.m. Any COVENANT HOSPICE Thursday of the month at 490
former or retired Marine inter- ON-GOING GRIEF SUPPORT W. Hwy 90, Holt, in the com-
ested in joining should contact GROUP Covenant Hospice munity building at 6:30 p.m.
Jack Howell at 683-0412 or invites anyone who has suf- The public is encouraged to
Tom Burns at 682-3992. fered the loss of a loved one to attend.
The OLD SPANISH TRAIL attend this free on-going grief HOLT FIRE DEPARTMENT
SHRINE CLUB (Hadji support group on the first and holds its regular training meet-
Temple), located at 971 West third Wednesday of each ing the second and fourth
James Lee Blvd., has bingo month from 11:00 a.m. to Noon Thursdays from 7 p.m. at the
games every Thursday night. at its Crestview office located fire station located at 490 W.
The club alS'bbffers three $2~O atl3 70W. Redstnpe -rivee. ..-' ~, 0 ir- rns inter-
jackpots. Call Robert Boutwell T:- the bereavement specialist e'd in jofing the department
at 682-5087, or stop by. will present current information are welcome to attend.
ELKS LODGE meets first on growing through grief, the SOCIAL
and third Thursdays at 127 impact of grief, and renewal DOGWOOD GARDEN
Pine Avenue in Crestview- after loss. "Dutch" lunch fol- CLUB meets the 1st Monday
Phone 682-2110. lows the meeting. For more of each month from September
SHARING AND CARING, information, please contact through May at 7:00 p.m. at
298 W. Martin Luther King Charlotte at 682-3628, ext. different members' homes.
Blvd., offers emergency food 235. For more information please
service to the needy from 9 The Twin Cities Hospital call 682-2691 or 682-3639.
a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday and the National Headache EGLIN OFFICERS
through Friday (closed on Foundation invite you to attend WIVIES CLUB will meet
Thursdays. the monthly HEADACHE SUP- Thursday, January 18, 2007,
The ORDER OF THE PORT GROUP meetings. Call at the Eglin Officers Club.
EASTERN STAR, Crestview Susan at (850) 897-0542 for Social will begin at 11 am and
Chapter #203 holds their regu- more information and to RSVP. lunch will be served at 11:30
lar monthly meetings on the A Crestview area cancer am. The program will be Nancy
first and third Thursday of each support group, the PINK RIB- Turner Speaker. Please call
month. Meetings are held at BON PALS meets every sec- Marilyn Bassett at 897-2369 by
404 Garden Street and start at ond Thursday of the month at 6 January 11, 2007 for reserva-
7:30 p.m. p.m. in the Health Resource tions.


* PUBLIC NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 06-1496
DIVISION CPS-WFS
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ADDIE M. SPOON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ADDIE M. SPOON, deceased,
whose date of death was
November 3, 2006; is pending in
the Circuit Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Probate Division;
File Number 06-1496; CPS-WFS;
the address of which is P.O.
Drawer 1359, Crestview, FL
32536-1359. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and


other persons, who have claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, Including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, and
who have been served a copy of
this notice, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons who have
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including unma-
tured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.


NOTWITHSTANDING THE PERI-
ODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS
DECEMBER 13, 2006.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Laurence P. Van Houten
Florida Bar No. 207241
606 Powell Drive
P.O. Box 189
Niceville, FL 32588-0189
Telephone: (850) 678-6532
Personal Representative:
Maedell S. Bass
1915 Oak Avenue
Niceville, FL 32578'
12/13/06


12/20/06
NOTICE OF SALE FOR
STORAGE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS BELONG-
ING TO THE PARTIES NAMED
BELOW AND LISTED BY UNIT
NUMBER WILL BE SOLD AT
PUBLIC SALE BY DAY'S PAC-
RAT MINI-STORAGE AT THE
MINI-STORAGE LOCATED AT
2510 S. FERDON BLVD.,
CRESTVIEW, FL, AT 9:00 A.M.,
JANUARY 2, 2007 UNLESS
CHARGES ARE PAID IN FULL
BEFORE THE TIME OF SALE.
RANDALL MORGAN UNIT # 28
SAKANYA JOINES HOWARD -
UNIT # 30
RANDALL MORGAN UNIT # 39
12/13/06
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ADVENTURE CLUB
meets several times a month.
For more information call
Clarice Habinck at 850-581-
4591 or email
freklz100@cox.net.
There will not be a monthly
planning meeting in December.
The GOLD WING ROAD
RIDERS ASSOCIATION
(GWRRA), Chapter FL 1-0,
meets at the Ryan's steak-
house on North Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview, across from Wal-
Mart. Every third Saturday
morning for breakfast at 8 a.m.
and business at 9 a.m.
Dedicated to the group motto
"Friends for fun, safety, and
knowledge," members enjoy
the freedom of belonging to a
nonprofit, nonreligious?- and
nonpolitical organization.
There are over 80,000 mem-
bers worldwide, and all motor-
cycles and owners are wel-
come to join. For information,
call Wes Davis at 892-0318 or
Jack Birge at 682-3650.
WESTERN GATE CHAP-
TER, FLORIDA ASSOCIA-
TION: For more details on any
events, visit the group's web
site at http://westgate.florida-
trail.org or call 850-932-5469.
Third Thursday meetings
are held at 7 p.m. at First
Christian Church located at the
corner of Langley and
Goodrich Avenues, Pensacola.
PENSACOLA VOLKS-
MARCH CLUB. Walking &
Social Club. Meetings take
place at 7:00 p.m. every third
Tuesday of the month at
Founaris Brothers Restaurant.
Visitors welcome. Details: 474-
9012 or on the web site at
www.angelfire.com/trek/pen-
sacolafl/.
HAPPY HOMEMAKERS
HCE CLUB is one of the oldest
volunteer groups in the U.S.,
although the name has
changed from "Extension
Homemakers." Home and
Community Education mem-
bers are volunteers in the
Family & Consumer Sciences
program of the UF/IFAS
Extension program in
Okaloosa County. Helping
Florida families meet the prac-
tical challenges of daily life
remains one of the goals of the
organization.
Members enjoy educational
programs, community service
Wq*9, leisi ie arts, and fellow-
ship. They are also involved at
the county, district, and state
level. Meetings are available to
all persons without regard to
race, color, sex, age, handi-
cap, religion, or national origin.
For more information call Nita
at 682-3118.
The SONS OF CONFED-
ERATE VETERANS hold
meetings at Sonny's in
Crestview. The public may
attend. Call Jack Bonham at
862-3891 for information.
The SONS OF AMERI-
CAN REVOLUTION holds
meetings at Neighborhood
Cafe in Mary Esther. The pub-
lic is invited to attend. For
more information call John
Cahoon at 862-5078.
The MOMS CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW: The MOMS
Club is an international non-
profit support group for at-
home mothers, including those
who have home-based busi-
nesses or who work part-time
but are home with their chil-
dren during the day.
The MOMS Club of
Crestview has monthly.meet-
ings with speakers and discus-
sions, park playdays, holiday
family outings, outings for
mothers and their children, and
activity groups like playgroups,
cooking club, a m :.hly MOMS
Night Out, and babysitting
coops. They also do service
projects for the needy. The
monthly meetings are held
every third Friday of the month
at the Epiphany Episcopal



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Church, 424 Garden St.,
Crestview at 9:30 a.m. The
meeting is open to mothers of
all ages that are residents of
Crestview. Please contact
Membership Vice President
Joelle Curcio at 758-6187 or
email at Joelle96@cox.net for
more information.
S MOTHERS OF
PRESCHOOLERS OF
CRESTVIEW meets the first
and third Thursday of each
month from 9:15 a.m. 11:30
a.m. at Emmanuel Baptist
Church in Crestview.
You do not have to be a
member of the church to
attend the meetings. The
group web site address is
www.MOPS.org. Call 682-
9416 for information.
MOMS OF MANY SEA-
SONS is a group for moms of
all ages. The meetings are on
the second Tuesday of each
month at the First Baptist
Church Fellowship Hall across
from the Crestview
Courthouse.
For more information con-
tact Penny Byrd at 682-2544.
The CRESTVIEW COM-
PUTEI CLUB workshop will
be held every 2nd Thursday of
the month at OWC Rm. 303,
Hwy 90 East, from 2-4 p.m.
Every 3rd Thursday of the
month will be a business meet-
ing and workshop at New
Bethel UMC, 5894 Hwy 85,
from 7-9 p.m.
Beginners and experienced
are welcome to join. For more
information, contact Bill at
bill358@earthlink.net or at
537-8341.
BLOSSOM GARDEN
CLUB You may call Hilda Ard
(537-4642) or Amarene Griffith
(537-3791) for more informa-
tion.
GENEALOGICAL SOCI-
ETY OF OKALOOSA COUN-
TY For more information,
contact Chuck Licari at 850-
243-6696.
S THE DEFUNIAK
SPRINGS DANCE ASSOCIA-
TION has line dance classes
for beginners on Monday
nights at the DeFuniak Springs
Community Center from 6:30
p.m. to 8 p.m. for beginners,
and from 8 to 9 dancing .only
(no teaching). For more infor-
mation contact Rodney Ryals
at (850) 892-2562, 892-8284
(rdcordedT boljiTmbers), or
e-mail "th'irimt opvnkv-
rakko@gdsys.net.
GOVERNMENT
The DEMOCRATIC
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Voter registration assistance is
available. For details please
call 582-6909.
SThe REPUBLICAN
WOMEN OF OKALOOSA,
meets at Two Trees
Restaurant in the clubhouse of
Fort Walton Beach Golf
Course.
The BAKER FIRE DIS-
TRICT BOARD OF COMMIS-
SIONERS now meets the first
Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Baker Area Public
Safety Building, located at
1375 19th Street in Baker. The
public is encouraged to attend.
If you have any questions,
please call 537-2487; if there
is no answer, please leave a
message.
A member of
Congressman ALLEN
BOYD'S (D-North Florida) staff
will be visiting Destin on the


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I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2006


second Thursday of every
month so the people of
Okaloosa County have the
opportunity to personally dis-
cuss issues concerning them.
The REPUBLICAN CLUB
OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
meets regularly on the fourth
Thursday of the month. For
general information on the
Republican Club, please con-
tact Marvin Brigman at 609-
3341.
The LAUREL HILL VOL-
UNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
holds its regular monthly meet-
ings on the second Friday of
each month at 7 p.m. in the
Fire Department office located
in the Laurel Hill City Hall.
The City Hall is located at
8209 Hwy 85 North. Public is
always welcome to attend.
The NORTH OKALOOSA
FIRE DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each month
at the fire station 83, located at
5241 Highway 4 in Milligan.
Each meeting begins at 7:00
p.m.
The OKALOOSA WAL-
TON TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING ORGANIZATION
normally meets on the third
Thursday of the month at the
Niceville Community Center,
204 North Partin Drive (SR
285) at 3:00 p.m. To confirm
the meeting date and location,
call 1-800-226-8914 ext. 231.
The LAUREL HILL CITY
COUNCIL meets on the first
Thursday of each month at
City Hall on State Road 85N in
Laurel Hill. Each session starts
at 7:00 p.m.
The ALMARANTE VOL-
UNTEER FIRE DISTRICT
holds their monthly business
and commissioners meeting
on the second Thursday night
of each month at the fire sta-
tion.
ROBERT L.F. SIKES
PUBLIC LIBRARY EVENTS:
Infant and Toddler Lap Sit
Program meets in the Story
Room on the 2nd and 4th
Tuesday morning of each
month at 10:15 a.m. The pro-
gram introduces you and your
child to books through reading,
rhymes, and music. Please call
Heather for more information
at 682-4432 or 682-8776.
First Tuesday Lectures
begin at 10:30 a.m. in the
library meeting room on the
first Tuesday of Wacfi'm6titti7
PASSIONATE PAINTERS
CLUB meets every second
Monday evening of the month
at Hughes Cabinet Shop.
Social starts at 6 p.m. For
more information call Deb at
682-2555 or Darliene at 217-
0869.
FRIENDS OF THE
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY meet-
ings are on the third Thursday
of January, March, May, July,
September and November at
10:30 a.m. at the Robert L.F.
Sikes Library. The Friends wel-
come new visitors and new
members.
The THAILAND-LAOS-
CAMBODIA BROTHER-
HOOD, INC. is seeking mem-
bers from all branches of the
military U.S., foreign and
civilian occupations (Air
America, USAID, State
Department, etc.) for member-
ship in the organization. For
more information, contact
Woody Freeman at (850) 729-
8081 or visit the web site at
www.TLC-Brotherhood.org.


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Wildfire danger is increasing in Northwest Florida


TALLAHASSEE Florida
Agriculture and Consumer
Services Commissioner
Charles H. Bronson is asking
the public to be careful with
all outdoor fires this holiday
season.
"Florida has received
below-normal amounts of
precipitation through the fall
months, and the recent freez-
ing temperatures in the
northern part of the state
have left much of our wild-
lands vulnerable to wildfire,"
Bronson said. "The freeze-
dried vegetation will only
add to the already accumu-
lated debris that is still scat-
tered across Florida from
2004 and 2005 hurricane sea-
sons."
Relative humidity below
35 percent, lack of rainfall for
two weeks or longer, and
strong, dry winds are all
components that create
extreme fire danger.
"Any fire that stars during
these weather conditions
could get out of control and
spread quickly," said
Bronson.
Bronson encouraged the
public to follow these tips:
Report any suspicious fire
by calling 911.

Florida-grown
Christmas
trees presented
to Governor
Bush and
Commissioner
Bronson
TALLAHASSEE The
Florida Christmas Tree
Association today presented
Christmas trees to Governor
Jeb Bush and Agriculture
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson. The trees will
remain on display in The
Capital throughout the holi-
day season.
The Red Cedars were
donated by Jack and Judy
Ewing, owners of Santa's
Christmas Tree Forest in
Eustis, and presented on
behalf of the Florida
Christmas Tree Association,
which has more than 100
family members and repre-
sents Christmas tree pro-
ducers statewide. The asso-
ciation educates producers
and promotes fresh.
Florida-grown trees to the
public.
"Buying homegrown
Florida Christmas trees
helps support our famers
and its boosts our state's
economy," Bronson said.
"In addition, buying locally
grown trees is better for the
environment because less
fuel is used in transpora-
tion."
An estimated 20,000 trees
are grown in Florida each
year and include Red Cedar,
Virginia Pine, Sand Pine,
Arizona Cypress and
Leyland Cypress.
Christmas tree farming in
Florida is a small industry
run by family-owned busi-
nesses on land that has often
been passed through gener-
ations.
Jack and Judy Ewing
started their Christmas tree
farm on 13 acres in 1987.
"Over the years we have
added features to our
choose-and-cut farm," Jack
Ewing said. "We make a
family's trip to cut their
Christmas tree into an enter-
taining adventure. They not
only can get their tree, but
they can visit our craft shop,
take horse, pony or minia-
ture horse cart rides, roast a
hot dog on the fire, take a
hay ride or play on the
haystack. On the busy
weekends, we entertain up
to 1,500 people a day. Santa


Claus visits our farm during
the first weeks of December
to greet children and receive
their wish lists."
For more information on
Florida Christmas trees,
visit www.Florida-
Agriculture.com or
www.flchristmastrees.com


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Clear an area down to bare
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important to trim trees and
limbs within 15 feet of your
chimney and make sure that you
have a properly working spark


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local Division of Forestry
office for more information
on fire prevention tips and
burning regulations, or visit
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1OA I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2006


Duaqui helps USAF maintain


communications at Osan Post


Dona Fair
Army & Air Force
Hometown News
Special to the News Bulletin
OSAN AIR BASE, South
Korea At first glance every-
thing about this U.S. air base
just south of the capital city
of Seoul makes it look like
any other base around the
world. Modern barracks,
plenty of American restau-
rants, tons of local shopping
- even a golf course make
the base one of the better
assignments in the Air Force.
But for the son of a Crestview
resident, it's not the obvious
that makes this assignment
also one of the most tense in
the world.
Air Force Staff Sgt. Johnny
Duaqui, son of Juliet D.
Salter of Crestview, is often
awakened to early-morning
siren blasts and ominous
messages over the loud
speaker and forced to don


Air Force Satt Sgt.
Johnny Duaqui
gas mask and weapon in
preparation for an enemy
that sits in wait not more
than 50 miles away. Duaqui
is a tactical systems techni-
cian with the 607th Air
Communication Squadron,
part of a unit that is literally
the first line of air support
should a conflict ever be
sparked between democratic


South Korea and their com-
munist neighbor to the north.
"I help maintain tacti-
cal/secure communication
equipment which is located
throughout South Korea,"
said Duaqui, who graduated
in 1997 from Fort Walton
Beach High School, Fla.
As the most forward
deployed wing in the world,
the airmen of the 51st Fighter
Wing are capable-of provid-
ing combat ready forces in a
moment's notice. Recent
events in North Korea have
reinforced the need for the
airmen to always be alert and
ready for action.
"The situation in North
Korea has heightened our
awareness and put more
emphasis on our training,"
he said.
Living in Korea, where the
sights and smells are like
nothing ever encountered in
the United States, is an eye
opener for Americans sta-


tioned here. "The thing that
has left a lasting impression
on me is how the Korean
people are so kind and
friendly towards the U.S.
Armed Forces," said Duaqui.
"They seem to appreciate the
fact that we are away from
our families in order to serve
and protect them from com-
munist North Korea."
Even though they have
some of the creature com-
forts of home, being separat-
ed from loved ones can make
it hard to stay focused, on
readiness. "Being away from
my beautiful wife and ridicu-
lously cute three year old son
is the hardest thing I've ever
had to do during my military
career. I miss them terribly!"
Duaqui said.
Although most airmen
consider this to be the "gar-
den spot" assignment in
Korea, Duaqui and his fellow
Airmen, know that danger is
only minutes away.


Tomaszewski

completes basic USAF

training in Texas


Airman Joseph W.
Tomaszqwski 3

Air Force Airman
Joseph .W. Tomaszewski
has graduated from basic
military training at


Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman stud-
ied the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies;
performed drill and cere-
mony marches, and
received physical training,
rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human rela-
tions.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an
associate degree through
the Community College of
4the Air Force.-.
He is the son of Robert
and Brenda Tomaszewski
of Crestview, Fla., and a
2006 graduate of
Crestview High School.


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The Red Cross assisted 11
adults and 1 child with lodg-
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at a cost of more than $2,200.
Red Cross disaster assistance
occurs 24 hours/day, 7
days/week by dedicated staff
and volunteers.
Four out of seven home
fires occur from December to
February every year. Half of
these fires are caused by can-
dles, overloading electrical
circuits and alternative heat-
ing sources like space heaters,
fire places and wood burning
stoves. Candle safety alone
would help prevent numer-
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simple precautions like keep-
ing candles away from
Christmas trees and never
leaving children unattended
in a room with lit candles
could prevent numerous
deaths each year as well.
The American Red Cross
recommends the following
safety tips:
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Place your tree away from heat
sources and water it daily.
Decorate only with flame-
retardant or non-combustible
materials.
Check tree lights and do not
use if cord is frayed or cut.
Do not exceed lights-manu-


factures recommendations for
number of strings of lights
attached together.
Inspectfire places and wood
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professional and cleaned if neces-
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paper.
Remove Christmas stock-
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Enroll in First Aid, CPR
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emergency situation arise.
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Northwest Florida helps peo-
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respond to emergencies. Last
year, local volunteers
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family disasters. We trained
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skills and delivered 3,657
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U,S. service members separat-
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BUSINESS


Crestview News Bulletin 11A


Okaloosa County honors


Bridgeway Judicial Probation


Services with proclamation


Pictured (L-R) are: Bridgeway Center CEO Dan Cobbs, County Commission Chairman
Sherry Campbell, and Probation Services staff members Cathleen Johnson, Brittany
Carlisle, Agnes Coppola, and Cindy Kelly.


RIBBON CUTTINGS


.Freedom Tax Service Plus


Area business owners and supporters gather Dec. 15, for a ribbon cutting at
Freedom Tax Service Plus. The business is located at 594 N. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview.


AAA Mortgage


"-TORT'WALTON-BEACIT O- alo6siCa-City.*" ~"~.
- In recognition and honor In 1984, Bridgeway
of the Probation Services of Center, Inc. established the
Bridgeway Center, Inc., the Judicial Services Probation
Okaloosa County Board of Department in the 1st
'Commissioners declared Judicial Circuit of Okaloosa
Nov. 21, 2006 as Judicial County to monitor misde-
Probation Services Day with meanant and diversionary
the presentation of a procla- offenders and their court
nation to Bridgeway ordered requirements. The
Center, Inc. CEO Dan Cobbs county recognized that since
and the Probation Services its inception 22 years ago,
staff. Bridgeway Center has pro-
According to the procla- vided dynamic and cost-
mation presented by effective misdemeanor and
Commission Chairman diversionary programs for
Sherry Campbell, Judicial Okaloosa .County by.
Probation Services Day uniquely incorporating
throughout Okaloosa technology, case manage-
County is to "recognize and ment, and outstanding pro-
honor Probation Services of fessional service for offend-
Bridgeway Center, Inc. for ers, victims, the judiciary,
their client performance by and citizens of Okaloosa
establishing numerous judi- County.
cial diversion programs, Bridgeway facilitated the
such as the first Mental establishment of an alterna-
He l program in tivA() ipferatiQr. .with
J' ~ ^. ^ -


fhd^e"irst and only platform
for Okaloosa County's Drug
Court Program. In addition,
the Probation Department
established the Domestic
Violence Court in 1997, the
Community Service Work
-program in 1996, and the
Mental Health Court pro-
gram in 2002, all of which
enhance the rehabilitation
capabilities for clients.
Bridgeway Center, Inc. is
a not-for-profit organization
with 20 site locations dedi-
cated to providing quality
and affordable behavioral,
judicial, educational, and in-
home senior services for
individuals throughout
Okaloosa. County and
beyond. For more informa-
tion on Bridgeway Center,
Inc. and its services, call
850-833-7500, or visit their
Web site at www.bridgeway-
center.org.


AAA Mortgage celebrates its ribbon cutting Dec. 14 with a host of supporters, busi-
ness owners and members of the Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce. AAA
Mortgage is located at 492 Texas Parkway in Crestview.



KOFC brings holiday cheer


BUILDING PERMITS


Okaloosa County
building permits
12/06: W and Sue Jones,
7007 Henderson Road,
Laurel Hill, gas by Zachary's
Gas Services. Michael
Stepro;"4709 Connor Drive,'
Crestview, plumbing by
Everson Plumbing. OKLCO,
5206 Moore Loop, Crestview,
electrical by Richardson
Enterprises. Richard
Moulton, 2798 Dogwood
Acres, Crestview, accessory
structures. Richard Greene,
- 2014 -taeey L-ane;-Grestview,
electrical by King Electric. *
Vivian Tidwell, 5357 Fox
Hound Lane,. Baker, home
occupation. Daniel and.
Yong Britt, 1422 Quail Ridge,
Crestview, roof by Nichols
Roofing Company.
12/07: Daniel and Linda
Augustin, 218 West Walker
Circle and 421 Shoal' Lake
Drive, Crestview, plumbing by
Faith Mechanical. William
Padgett, 5363 Hillcrest Road,
Crestview, remodelibuildout,
electrical and mechanical by
homeowner. John and Mary
Tribble, 2530 Sunset Drive,
Crestview, general building
permit by CTG
Improvements. Winfred and
Ingeborg Angle, 3564
Buckhorn Drive, Crestview,
roof by Russell Turner'
Roofing. Julio" Rodriguez
and Rosa Godet, 4723
Connor Drive, Crestview,
plumbing by Everson
Plumbing. Richard
Marcellin, Bryant Bridge Cut
Off, Holt, single family home
by Miller Quality Builders. *
Dorn Slaughter Jr., 4720
Connor Drive, Crestview,
plumbing by Everson
Plumbing. Joseph
Robinson, 4718 Connor
Drive, Crestview, plumbing by


Everson Plumbing. Holiday homeowner.
Builders, 2438 Cumberland 12/12: Wator
Way, Crestview, mechanical Reclamation, 6722 Florida
by John Boutwell. Lawrence Avenue, Laurel Hill, accesso-
SLooney Jr., 5692 John Givens ry structures by Southeaster
Road, Crestview, electrical by Consulting & Development. *
. Richardson Ent, ...Joy and .Thonas Uhl, .Jim
12/08: Okaloosa County Green Road, Crestview, elec-
Farm Bureau, 921 James Lee trical and mechanical by
Blvd, Crestview,- homeowner; manufactured
commercial/industrial struc- building and plumbing by CJ's
ture by Jay Terrell Mobile Home Services. *Drill
Construction. Sonja South Supply, 3196 James
Chenishov, 1059 Trawick Lee Blvd East, Crestview;
Creek Road, Holt, electrical electrical by Neil Redmond..
.by hoineowner. Margaret McCojy,. 1585 Old
:" 127f1:-"Ke&i aiid VUir~e'n 'I Da'd Road, Baker,. general
Blackburn, 6503 Torrey Pines building; by homeownere. *
Trace, Laurel Hill, mechanical Douglas and, Margarat
:by Advanced Air & Heating. Sheperd; .6340" Garden City
SRichard Moulton, 2798 Road; Crestyiew, pl(ambing by
Dogwood .Acres, Ciestview, Grandstaff Plumbing & Gas. *
plumbing and electrical by David-and Kim Beattie, 4671
homeowner. Irma Nichols, ;Browiring- Court,., Crestvlew,
5400 Tommy, Eiland: Road, mr echanioal-b' Four Seasons
Baket, electrical by Amnerici A/C, .leattrng.8iRefrigprati;ng
-Electric Servile. Heritage Vernon and Sellna IVMorgan,
Plantation,. 3201 Heritage 4732 Conner'. Drive-'
.Plantation Blvd, Laurel 4ill, Crestview, plumbing by
mechanical by Ken Harper Everson Plumbing.
A/C; fire alarm by Superior Amorsola and Burkard
Alarm Systems. Michael .Strother, 4734 Connor frive,
and Lori Green, 5388 Hannah Crestview, plumbing' by
Branch Road, Crestview, Everson plumbing. -Y Motell
mechanical by Ken Harper Moses, 5362 HqMe .Street,.
A/C. *.Billy Jr. and Sheryl Crestvlew,.bgas .by:. Wejless
Ross, 3176 Palmetta Avenue, Plumbing. Holiday Bullders,
Crestview, electrical by home- 2412 Cumberland Way,
owner. *.John Jr. and Brenda Crestview, mechanical by
Bray, 201 West Walker Circle, John Boutwell; Vivian
Crestview, plumbing by Jack Prybille, 6002 Old Bethel
Dollar Plumbing. Ben and Road, Crestview, mechanical
Flora Kimbrough, 1688 Hwy by Casey Electric. *Stephen
C180, Baker, plumbing by and Kathy .Bijrd;', 2906
Nelson Plumbing Crescent' Avenue, Crestview,
Contractors. William Edge, mechanical ,by Ca ey
1952 Four Wheel Drive, Electric. '* Bbbby 'Parker,
Baker,' home occupation. 8461 Loosa Drive, Crestview,.
Shantee Person, 6141 general building. permit by
Santee Street, Crestview, CTG Improvements. Linda
plumbing by Skip's Plumbing Ritter, 314 John King Road,
& Repair. Jonathan Smith, Crestview, general building
5925 Pineforest Drive, permit by CTG
Crestview, mechanical by Improvements.


The Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus and some area girl scouts visited
Parthenon Healthcare residents on Dec. 10. They gave out presents and sang Christmas
carols in the main hall. (photo submitted)


On Dec. 10, 2006, the
Ladies Auxiliary to -the
Knights of Columbus, after a
lot of preparation, presented
gifts and some needed joy to
the 120 residents residing at
the Parthenon Healthcare of
Crestview. Also joining in on
the fun was Mr. & Mrs. Santa
Claus, Brother George Liedel
and Virginia Long and their
four elves, Girl Scouts wanti-


ng to support this communi-
ty function.
Brother Herb Fosman was
also there with his accordion,
and' members of the Ladies
Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. Santa
Claus, the four elves and
some of the residents sang
Christmas songs. One resi-
dent, Jose Valdez, who spoke
little English, sang three solo
Christmas songs in Spanish.


He has a golden voice. What
a pleasure it was to hear him
sing.
Later, all residents who
could not make it to the hall
were visited in their rooms.
The Knights of Columbus
thank the Ladies Auxiliary
for all they do; they are a
wonderful asset to our
Crestview community. (story
submitted)


Cable. damage disrupts phone service


CRESTVIEW-A con-
struction crew working to
relocate a drainage system
on Hwy 85 South acciden-
tally severed a fiber optic
telephone cable on Friday,
Dec. 15, causing disruption
of telephone service to some
Embarq customers in the
area.
The damaged cable was
pulled apart late Friday
morning, causing service
outages to approximately
800 customers in the area,
including mostly residential


customers and some busi-
nesses as well. Those cus-
tomers affected are not able
to place or receive local or
long distance calls until the
cable is repaired. Outages
include some residents in
the John King Road area,
Country View Estates,
Southern Estates, and
Rattlesnake Bluff, and possi-
bly others along Highway
85 South whose service was
provided from the damaged
cable.
Embarq technicians are


on the site at this time work-
ing to splice the fiber togeth-
er to restore phone service.
Access to the damaged cable
was initially hampered
because of the inaccessibili-
ty to the fiber, which is
buried 15 feet below the sur-
face. Heavy construction
equipment was brought in
to dig and expose the cable,
and then water had to be
pumped from the pit anc\
gravel added to allow access
safe access for the techni-
cians.


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NEWS &
NOTES


Schedule
Today
Boys basketball
Crestview at Arnold Tournament,
TBA
Thursday
Boy basketball
Baker at Central, 6 p.m.
Wrestling
Crestvlew at "Bash at the Beach",
10 a.m. at Fort Walton Beach
Friday
Wrestling
Crestview at "Bash at the Beach",
10 a.m. at Fort Walton Beach

Bowl update
Crestview High School
graduate Shawn Todd and
the Troy football team will
play in the New Orleans
Bowl on Friday in the
Louisiana Superdome.
The Trojans (7-5) face
Rice (7-5). Kickoff is set for 7
p.m. The game is scheduled
to be tele-
vised by
ESPN2.
Troy is
the Sun
*b B e I t
Conference
cg-champi-
on. Rice is
TODD from the
Western
Athletic Conference.
This is the Trojans' sec-
ond bowl appearance in
three years.
Todd, a 2003 CHS grad,
starts at defensive end for
Troy. He has compiled 30
tackles, including seven
tackles for loss and 3.5
sacks.

Photos
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Registration for the City
of Crestview baseball and
softball season will take
place during the month of
January. Players may regis-
ter between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at
Twin Hills Park. The city
offers five divisions between
ages 5-15 for baseball, and
two divisions between ages
7-12 for softball. Cost is $60
per child ($65 for non-city
residents), with a discount
for multiple players from the
same family. For details,
contact the park at 682-
4715.

Little League
Crestview Little League
registration will be on Jan. 20
at the Crestview Little League
Complex, Jan. 27 at Sport
2000 and CLL Complex, and
Feb. 3 at the CLL Complex.
Players can register online
anytime at www.crestviewlit-
tleleague.com or at the
YMCA until Feb. 2.
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 pre-
viously.
The league also is raising
funds for a new flagpole for
the Little League facility. The
current flagpole is not visible
from all fields during events.
Information about regis-
tration or the flagpole
fundraising drive is available
online at www.crestviewlittle-
league.com or by calling
423-1011.

Welghtllfting
River Ridge High School
in New Port Richey will serve
as host for the 2007 and
2008 FHSAA girls weightlift-
Ing state championship
meets, the FHSAA office
announced. The 2007 event,
will be held Feb. 10.

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Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

LAUREL HILL One of
Katie Free's Christmas wish-
es came true a few months
early this year.
Free returned to action for
Laurel Hill's girls basketball
program after missing almost
two seasons because of con-
cerns over a heart condition.
"It feels wonderful to be
back," Free said earlier this
month. "I love it. It's unbe-
lievable. It really is."
Hoboes coach Scott
Varnum sees Free's return as


Thigpen named MVP

at Pensacola Sports

Association game
Steve Andrews
Managing Editor

PACE Crestview quarterback
Joe Thigpen wanted to wait until.
after last Friday's Pensacola Sports
Association East-West All-Star Game
to A4eie what his future would
hold. :,.
The 6-foot-I, 190-pound senior
had garnered interest from some
smaller colleges after taking the
Bulldogs to the playoffs for the sec-
ond consecutive year.
Now, the three-year starter may be
in store for some added interest after
being named offensive MVP in the
All-Star game.
"This is awesome," Thigpen said,
while holding his gold football tro-
phy. "Not so much the award, but
just coming out here and playing
with these guys. I had a blast out here
this week."
Thigpen nearly led the East team
to an overtime victory when he con-
nected with Choctaw's Alyx Schank
on a 10-yard touchdown strike on the
first down of overtime.
Unfortunately, the extra point was
blocked, allowing the West to strike
back with a TD and extra point to
win it 10-9.
It was the second time in three
years that a Crestview player was
involved in the All-Star game's first
touchdown. James (J.A.) Wilkerson
scored the first touchdown in the


- Girls basketball
a welcome gift for his pro-
gram. Free has averaged 6.6
points per game in limited
action during her sophomore
season. Her efforts helped
LHS finish the first half of the
season in second place in the
District 1-1A standings.
Laurel Hill has a 4-6 record
overall.
Free learned she had car-
diomyopathy a disease
that affects' the heart's ability
to pump blood and deliver it
to the rest of the body at
the start of her eighth-grade
season in the Hobo basket-
ball program.
She had to put her basket-
ball career on hold, but doc-


FREE VARNUM
tors did allow her to play
volleyball and softball. She
has emerged as the top hitter
on the LHS volleyball team
and the ace pitcher for the
Hobo softball program. Free
received Class 1A volleyball
honorable mention all-state
recognition earlier this
month.
She first contemplated a
basketball comeback when


inaugural showcase in 2004, when he
hauled in a pass and darted 63 yards
to paydirt.
This year, Thigpen was joined by
five Bulldog teammates, including
running back Stephen Thrash,
defensive back Tysean Thrash,


she responded favorably to a
new medicine.
"I was on two medicines
before, and they weren't
working," Free said. "Then
they put me on a third medi-
cine, and it got a lot better. I
brought it up to the doctor
how I felt. He thought about
it for a while, and my num-
bers were good enough that
he said yes."
Free's doctors initially
allowed her to play one
minute per quarter. They
later bumped her court time
up to two minutes per quar-
ter, and then a pair of two-
minute intervals per quarter.
"I hope by my senior year
I can play all 32 minutes,"
Free said. "But not now."


defensive lineman Kevin Walle,
kicker Nick Jewell and center Tyler
Reeves, who had to sit out with a
broken foot.
Baker also placed two players on
the squad with running back David
Langston and lineman Matt Jordan.


Free's presence allows
Varnum to reserve some rest
time for LHS leading scorer
Sally Feagins and Hobo post
players Mercedes Day and
Nyiece Underwood. Free
relieves Feagins of some of
her ballhandling and scoring
responsibilities and gives
Laurel Hill some height on
the wing.
Varnum initially asked
Free to start and finish quar-
ters. She now plays between
the six-and four-minute
mark of each quarter, and
during the last two minutes
of each quarter.
"We look for her to score
when she gets in there,"
See FREE, page 3B


Schools from Okaloosa and Santa
Rosa counties made up the East squad.
Escambia County made up the West.
"There were no rivalries out here
this week," Thigpen said of the cama-

See MEMORIES, page 4B


Despite losses, girls soccer reaching its goals


Dawgs fall against --Glrlssoccr--


Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Lexl Ardlssone lines up a corer kick during the Crestvlew
girls soccer match Saturday against Navarre.


Niceville, Navarre
Kyle Wright
News Bulletin Sports Editor

Reagan Eastwood left the
Navarre-Crestview girls soc-
cer match Saturday morning
in Jack Foster Stadium a few
minutes early to get a head
start on her family's trip to
Mobile to visit her grand-
mother.
The Dawgs no doubt wish
Eastwood had departed
about 45 minutes earlier.
Eastwood scored two
goals early in the second half
to propel the Raiders to a 3-0
victory. The loss concluded a
grueling 16-hour stretch for
CHS. The Dawgs lost 6-0
against District 1-5A leader


Niceville on Friday night.
Crestview played both
games with just one substi-
tute available.
"We were just completely
out of gas," CHS coach Carlos
Bonilla said. "No excuse, but
having back-to-back games
just killed the girls."
The two losses dropped
Crestview's record to 1-10-2
(0-7-1 in district play), but
Bonilla said those who focus
on the wins and losses lose
sight of the bigger picture.
"Everything we are work-
ing on is coming together. We
know it is not our time right
now, but eventually it will be
our time," Bonilla said. "Yes,
it would be nice to win. But
we are not going to look at
those numbers. We look at if


we attained our goals, and if
we had fun playing soccer."
The CHS girls soccer Web
site offers several quotes that
emphasize Bonilla's point.
Words like, "Too many
people miss the silver lining
because they are expecting
gold," adorn the top of the
site's news page. The slogans
also remind visitors that,
"The greatest test of courage
is to bear defeat without los-
ing heart," and that, "A suc-
cessful season is not always
defined by numbers."
Niceville scored a number
of goals in the early moments
Friday to take command. The
Eagles took a 5-0 lead in the
first 20 minutes. Crestview
competed evenly the rest of
the way.
See GOALS, page 3B


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AII-Star memories


The local representatives at the Pensacola Sports Association East-West All-Star Football Game pose for a photo after
the contest. In front is Baker's David Langston. In the middle from left are Crestvlew's Tyler Reeves, Joe Thigpen and
Nick Jewell. In back from left are Crestview coach Matt Brunson, CHS players Stephon Thrash, Tysean Thrash and
Kevin Walle, Baker player Matt Jordan and Gators coach Bob Kellogg.


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FREE, from page 1B


Varnum said. "It takes a few
trips up and down the floor
to get a rhythm for both
teams. I don't want that time
wasted. So we get her in
there later, and that seems to
work better."
Free admits she had to
shake off some rust during
her first few games.
She still cannot take part
in basketball-specific condi-
tioning. She also had to
recalibrate her shooting
touch and re-adjust to the
speed of varsity competi-
tion.
"I have missed so
much," Free said. "My
shooting is terrible. I've
practiced and practiced, but
I still have to work two
years of rust off."


f wonderful to be
tibk. I love it."

KATIE FREE
- Laurel Hill sopho ore on
her return to the
basketball pro



The more Free plays, the
better she seems to get. She
cracked double figures in
scoring for the first time with
11 points during an LHS win
at'tEstHill on Dec. 5. She has
scored over 10 points in


Laurel Hill's last four games,
including a season high of 12
points during the Hoboes'
big win against Rocky Bayou
in their last game before the
holiday break.
Free's scoring spree coin-
cided with some helpful
advice she got from Varnum
earlier this month. Vamum
encouraged Free to slow
down and not rush the
action during her time on
the court.
She has averaged almost
a point a minute since then.
"I'm real proud of her,"
Varnum said. "We're look-
ing to work with her over
Christmas break, and we'll
see what happens 'in
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GOALS, from page 1 B
The Dawgs played
Navarre to a scoreless draw
in the first half Saturday
morning. The Raiders
slipped behind the CHS
defense for goals three times
in the second half to earn the
win.
Eastwood scored the first
two goals on near-identical
runs down the right side.
Gabi DeVries tallied g
Navarre's other score.
In football terms: The
Dawgs racked up all kinds
of yards and time of posses- -
sion, but struggled in the red
zone. ""
One Crestview direct kick
sailed just past the goalpost \.
during the first half. A.
A Dawg shot in the sec-. 1 '
ond half smacked the left, .'. ;
post and bounced away. (
"We had a lot of offense,"
junior Leigh Hooker said. ci",- --
"We just need to work on ---.-.-'.
getting it into the goal. And &. .
it will come. I have confi- : ... .
dence."
Bonilla also looks for- t
ward to the program's
future. The .varsity has .
*shown progress, and the ,
CHS junior varsity has just :'. "
one loss. .-" .
"We. are competing," .. '' -.
Bonilla said. "We are just not
getting the ball into the goal. Kyle Wright/The News Bulletin
Next year, it will be a differ- Crestview junior Leigh Hooker boots a direct kick during the
ent story." first half of the Dawgs' game Saturday against Navarre.








4B I Crestview News Bulletin


SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2006


Football


All-Star game reunites



longtime friends


Local coaches

help East team
Steve Andrews
Managing Editor

PACE Not only was
last Friday's Pensacola
Sports Association Football
All-Star Game a good way
for players throughout
Northwest Florida to mingle
and get to know one another,
but it was also a treat for the


coaches, who got to know
some of their counterparts in
a more personal light.
All of the head coaches in
Okaloosa and Santa Rosa
counties made up the East
team's staff. The rival coach-
es schemed together instead
of against each other.
"It's neat to be a part of
something like this," said
Crestview coach Matt
Brunson, who served as the
defensive coordinator for Steve AndrewsdTt
the East. "We are kind of Baker coach Bob Kellogg (le
Olson watch the action dui
limited in what we can do, Olson watch the action du
Association All-Star Football
but is been a fun week. assistant when Olson was th
Former Crestview coach
and current Navarre coach coordinator for 16 years -
Larry Olson was named East 13 at Crestview and three at
head coach and organized the Navarre.
outline leading up to the "That was a tremendous
game. pleasure and an honor for me
"Being the head coach is to be back with Bob," Olson
not really special, but just said. "He's my best friend in
being a part of it and bring- the world. Next to maybe my
ing the Okaloosa and Santa brother, my son and my fam-
Rosa coaches together to ily, he's my best friend."
build our friendships and to Kellogg called Olson's
get to know each other a lit- organizational skills the
tle better," Olson said. "And biggest key in the short
what a great group of kids week of preparation.
we had to work with. That's "Larry is so organized,
what was special." when you see how he organ-
The week was even more ized our practices and every-
special for Olson as his best thing," Kellogg said. "We
friend, Baker coach Bob kept hearing all week that we
Kellogg, -was back on the were in trouble because-{the--
sideline i him. Kellogg 'West) had a lotbetter atl lete s;
served as Olson'' offensive so it was kind of a tribute to


ie news Buillein
ft) and Navarre coach Larry
ring the Pensacola Sports
Game. Kellogg,served as an
ie head coach at Crestview.
Larry that we hung right in
there with them."
Neither side was able to
put it in the end zone during
regulation, taking a 3-3 tie
into overtime before the
West pulled it out 10-9.
"Offenses work all year
from summer, and it's a
work in progress," Brunson
said. "Finally, by midseason
you hope to be in form. So, in
a week's time, trying to put a
bunch of kids together, the
defense is definitely going to
be ahead of the offense.
"Coach Olson did a great
job heading up our team and
it was an honor to work with
theseguys. Everybody, got ,i
along well and worked well
together."


MEMORIES, from page 1B


raderie with his new team-
mates. "From the start,
everybody was very
respectable to one another
and we all came together to
have fun and play football.
"Practice normally does-
n't have a record of being
fun, but this week we
enjoyed it. We came out here
and everybody worked hard
and worked as a team from
the first day. That's some-
thing you don't see a lot of.
No bad attitudes.
Everybody came to work."
Thigpen finished the sea-
son with 1,108 passing yards
and five touchdowns, com-
pleting 57 percent of his
passes.
"It was an honor to have
some of our guys play in this
game, then for them to per-
form the way they did,"
Crestview coach Matt
Brunson said. "For Thigpen
to win the MVP was an
honor for our school and our
program."
Thigpen was not expect-
ing to hear his name called
when the award was being
announced.
"I can't even explain the
feeling," he said. "It was an
awesome award to get and I
am honored to receive it." '
Tysean Thrash and Walle
were an intricate part of the
East defense that kept the
West offense out of the end
zone until overtime.
"It was pretty fun, but it
just went by so quick,"
Thrash said. "Our plan was
to just go out there and get
after it and have fun."
He admitted that playing
in his final high school game
carried some emotions.
"I'm going to miss play-
ing high school football, but
I'm going off to college and
that's a better thing," Thrash
added.
Jewell, who led the coun-
ty's kickers in scoring this
season with 44 points, tied
the game at 3-3 for the East
,with a 28-yard blast midway
through the fourth quarter.


c. :A.

Special to the News Bulletin
Crestview's Nick Jewell uncorks a 63-yard punt during the
Pensacola Sports Association All-Star Football Game.


He also got an ovation from
the crowd when he belted a
63-yard punt early in the
third quarter.
"I figured I had to redeem
myself for some mistakes I
made earlier in the game,"
said Jewell, who missed his
first field goal attempt. "I
haven't kicked a football for
a while, but I have been
practicing for the last week."
Jewell, who is also a
mainstay on the Bulldog soc-
cer team, had to readjust to
kicking the football.
"It's a different ball," he
said with a chuckle. "Not
quite as round."
Langston led the county
with 11.2 yards per rush this
season, while powering
Baker to the playoffs for the
first time in two years.
"It's an amazing feeling
to be able to come out here
and have the opportunity to
show people what I can do,
and lhave gaome fiun playing
with guys that I have played


Steve Andrews/The News Bulletin
Crestview's Joe Thigpen
holds the MVP award
against this season,"
Langston said. "At first I
didn't know what it would
be like, but it was a lot of fun
to meet people from other
schools and make new
friends. It'was'a very -good
week."


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Boys


Results
Dec. 12
Laurel Hill 80, Central 37
Dec. 14
Freeport 84, Baker 60
Dec. 15
Tate 65, Crestview 60 (OT)
Laurel Hill 55, Paxton 47
Monday
Crestview 77, St. George's Grand
Bahamas 70 (20T)

Schedule
Today
Crestview at Arnold Toumament, TBA
Thursday
Baker at Central, 6 p.m.

Leaders
(Through Monday)
Name Scoring average
Jeffery Reese LHS 17.3
I Timariae M;W, -" J t l!5.64"
Josh'Rbtse.'Bat?",'-' bnf; !h.>w4g-."


Stephen Shelley, Baker
Chad Lawhon, Baker
Skylar Armstrong, CHS
Tyrell Mays, CHS
Chad Donley, Baker
Wyatt Lee, LHS
Zach Sledge, LHS
Colton Henry, Baker
Austin McCart, Baker
Cory Wenrich, CHS
Daren Weekley, LHS
Demitrus Glover, CHS
Matt Sanders, CHS
Shawn Gilbert, CHS
Isaiah Ralte, LHS
lan Glover, CHS
Austen Stucki, CHS
Tyler Maldonado, CHS
Tony Womack, LHS
Chris Pickett, CHS


11.3
11.1
10.9
10.8
8.8
7.6
6.2
6.1
5.9
5.5
5.0
5.0
4.2
3.4
3.0
3.0
2.8
2.8
2.3


Results
Dec. 12
Baker 64, Central 37
South Walton 49, Laurel Hill 44
Dec. 14
Laurel Hill 54, Rocky Bayou 19

Schedule
Crestview
Crestview next plays in the Fort Walton
Beach Blowout starting Dec. 27
Baker
Baker next plays in the Walton
Tournament starting Dec. 28
Laurel Hill
Laurel Hill next plays in the Walton
Tournament starting Dec. 28

Leaders
(Through Monday)
Name Scoring average
Sally Feagins, LHS 16.8
Chelsea Combest, Baker 14.2
Kendria Young, Baker 12.7
Tera Gainer, CHS 12.6
JamiaAkins, CHS 12.4
Shawntia Blackshear, CHS 8.1
Courtney Fountain, Baker 8.0
Ashley Archie, CHS 7.6
Katie Free, LHS 6.6
Mercedes Day, LHS 6.5
Uz Graham, CHS 5.9
Nylece Underwood, LHS 5.5
Heather Chestnut, Baker 5.3
Shawn Josey, Baker 4.7
Laqueatta Williams, LHS 4.1
Kall Flanders, Baker 3.3
Sophie Dimartino, Baker 3.2
Lauryn Hetrick, Baker 3.2
Dee Thompson, CHS 3.0


Boys District 1-5A
Team W
Nicevlle 4
Fort Walton Beach 3
Choctawhatchee 2
Tate 2
Creetview 1
Pace 0
Girls District 1-5A
Team W
Fort Walton Beach 6
Crestview 4
Niceville 3
Pace 2
Choctawhatchee 1
Tate 0


Game of the Week
Tate 65, Crestview 60
Dec. 15
The Dawgs trailed for much of the game, but
CHS rallied in the fourth quarter to force overtime
in this District 1-5A matchup. Tate regrouped and
outscored Crestview 12-7 in the extra session to
claim the win. Skylar Armstrong scored 21 points
for the second straight game to lead the Dawgs.

Game to Watch
Baker at Central
Thursday 6 p.m.
Baker's sensational young six will go head to
head against Central's dynamic senior duo. The
Gators have six players averaging between 6 and
15 points per game. All of them are underclass-
men. The Jaguars (8-2) rely on seniors Keith
Germann and Logan Campbell to carry the load,,, o
Baker (.6-3) has matched its win total from last year,. V
but would like to get a victory in a statement game,...


Player of the Week
Timaria McKay
Laurel Hill
McKay, a senior guard, has scored at least 19
points in each of his last five games after starting
his season slowly because of illness and injury. He
scored a team-high 22 points to lead the Hoboes
to a big District 1-1A win Dec. 12 against Central.
He scored 21 more points Dec. 15 at Paxton as
Laurel Hill rallied to beat its rival. McKay stepped
up his performance when area scoring leader
Jeffery Reese had to spend time on the bench with
foul trouble. The Hoboes' victory left them alone in
first place in the district standings.


Girls

Game of the Week
South Walton 49, Laurel Hill 44
Dec. 12
LHS senior Sally Feagins poured in a career-
high 30 points to keep the Hoboes close, but the
Seahawks held off an LHS rally. Katie Free added
10 points in limited action for Laurel Hill. The
Hoboes lost by 15 the first time they played South
Walton (on Nov. 21), so LHS coach Scott Vamum
was pleased with his team's improvement. "We kept
the score closer the second time we played them,
so hopefully that is a good sign," Vamum said.

Game to Watch
Baker vs. Bay
Dec. 28 6 p.m. at Walton
This game is a key matchup for two reasons.
Class 2A No. 7 Baker gets a chance to measure
its progress against a Class 4A program in the
first round of the Walton holiday tournament: The
outcome also determines Laurel Hill's opponent in
the tourney semifinals. LHS will face the Baker-
Bay winner on Dec. 29. Baker is the tournament's
defending champion.

Player of the Week
Chelsea Combest
Baker
Combest led Baker in every statistical catego-
ry as the Gators whacked Class 1A No. 5 Central
64-37 on Dec. 12. Combest scored 16 points,
grabbed six rebounds, dished out four assists,
made three steals and blocked two shots as
Baker (7-2) bounced back from a loss Dec. 11
against Class 1A No. 3 Paxton.


District standings
Boys District 1-2A
Team W I
Freeport 1 (
Jay 1 (
Pensacola Christian 1
Baker 0 :


Team
Baker
Freeport
Jay


Girls District 1-2A
W
2
1
0


Boys
Team
Laurel Hill
Central
Paxton
Rocky Bayou
Dr. Gainer
East Hill
Escambla Charter
Girls
Team
Paxton
Laurel Hill
Central
Rocky Bayou
East Hill


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W
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4
2
2
1
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4 0
3 1
2 2
2 3
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HIGH SCHOOLS
BOYS BASKETBALL
Dec.11
Baker 65, Calvary Christian 27
Baker 10 16 18 11 65
Calvary Christian 9 8 4 6 27
Baker scoring Josh Rose 13, Chad
Lawhon 13, Austin McCart 12, Stephen
Shelley 8, Chad Donley 6, Cameron Davis 4,
Matt Wilde 2, Colten Jemigan 2, Brandon
Ates 2, Jarrod Batson 2.
Dec. 11
Laurel Hill 80, Central 37
Central 11 7 10 9 37
Laurel Hill 20 22 20 18 80
Laurel Hill scoring Timaria McKay
22, Jeffery Reese 19, Zach Sledge 6, Daren
Weekley 6, Austen Stuckd 4, Isaiah Raite 4,
Jace Smith 2, Harold Bielec 2, Tony
Womack 2.
Dec.14
Freeport 84, Baker 60
Freeport 19 25 22 18 84
Baker 10 13 12 25 60
Baker scoring Chad Donley 13,
Colton Henry 12, Chad Lawhon 10, Josh
Rose 9, Stephen Shelley 7, Austin McCart 6,
Matt Wilde 3.
Dec. 15
Tate 65, Crestvlew 60 (OT)
Crestview 9 13 15 16 7 60
Tate 15 17 9 12 12 65
Crestvlew scoring Skylar Armstrong
21, Cory Wenrlch 13, Shawn Gilbert 11,
Tyrell Mays 10, Tyler Maldonado 5.
Laurel Hill 55, Paxton 47
Laurel Hill 16 12 9 18 55
Paxton 17 18 6 6 47
Laurel Hill scoring Timarla McKay
21, Wyatt Lee 12, Austen Stuckl 8, Zach
Sledge 7, Jeffery Reese 4, Daren Weekley
3.
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Dec.12
Baker 64, Central 37
Central 11 9 11 6 37
Baker 19 21 15 9 64
Baker statistics Chelsea Combest
16, Kendria Young 16, Courtney Fountain
10, Shawn Josey 8, Preslee Maki 5, Heather
Chestnut 4, Ariel Adkinson 2, Lauryn Hetrick
2, Hanna McGraw 1.
South Walton 49, Laurel Hill 44
Laurel Hill 6 12 11 15 44
South Walton 12 7 19 11 49
Laurel Hill scoring Sally Feagins 30,
Katie Free 10, Laqueatta Williams 2,
Mercedes Day 2.
Dec.14
Laurel Hill 54,,Rocky Bayou 19
Rocky Bayou 0 5 7 7 19
Laurel Hill 18 12 12 12 54
Laurel HIll scoring Sally Feagins 15,
Katie Free 12, Nyiece Underwood 9,
Mercedes Day 8, Laqueatta Williams 6,
Megan Tersegno 2, Tabitha Vanwinkle 2.
WRESTLING
Dec.14
Crestview 48, Rutherford 36
NIceville 57, Crestvlew 22
Crestview results
103 Daniel Johnson 2-0.
112 Zack Carty 0-2.
119 -Andrew Noe 1-1.
125 Kyle Miller 2-0.
130 Kenny Lndros 2-0.
135- Travis Bamhill 0-2.
140 Nate Johnson 2-0.
145 Eric Smith 0-2.
152 -Nick Pangcci 0-2.
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liailvl7-Aaron I)eandi)t Kyleluusk-O-0.
189 Ryan Foust 1-1.
215- Jordan Gregory 1-1.
275 Trevor Sauls 0-2.


BOYS SOCCER
District standings
District 1-5A


W


Team
Nlceville
Choctawhatchee
Pace
Fort Walton Beach
Crestvlew
Tate


L


5 0
4 2
4 2
2 4
2 4
0 5


GIRLS SOCCER
Dec. 15
NIceville 6, Crestvlew 0
Nicevlle 5 1 6
Crestview 0 0 0
Dec.16
Navarre 3, Crestvlew 0
Navarre 0 3 3
Crestview 0 0 0


District standings
District 1-5A


Team
Niceville
Pace
Tate
Choctawhatchee
Fort Walton Beach
Crestview


W L
8 0
6 2
4 3
2 5
1 4
0 7


LOCAL SPORTS
FOXWOOD COUNTRY CLUB
Pacemakers 10/20/30
Dec. 11
A Flight
1st place Charles Grosskurth
2nd place- Amie Radowicz.
3rd place Mike Costablle.
B Flight
1et place Dick Riley.
2nd place -Tom Fink.
3rd place Harry Kapp.
C Flight
1st place Tom Bums.
2nd place Donald Dew.
3rd place David Reece.
Super Seniors
1st place Harry Dugwell.
2nd place Duffy Ringstad.
3rd place Fred Schneider.
Thursday Lowball
Dec. 14
1st place (10 under) Mike Vaughn,
Gene Kester, David Gansel, Brian
Kamrowski.
2nd place (9 under) Howard
Mitchell, Jerry Devoy, Claude Stiles, David
Smith, Fred Schneider.
3rd place (6 under) Ron Magruder,
Aaron Daniel, Neil Locke, Barry Taylor.
4th place (5 under) Jesse Dennis,
Janice Cheatham, Lavaughn Dorman, David
Hinnant.
5th place (4 under) Norm Hullinger,
Jerry Smyrl, Jimmy Johnson, Amie Rodriguez.
The next Thursday Lowball Is
Thursday at 8 a.m. Call (850) 682-2012 for
details.
Sunday Lowball
Dec. 17
1st place (14 under) Chester
Highsmith, Tom Cook, Jon Tremblax, Glenn
Mashbum.
2nd place (10 under) Brian Davis,
Brad Gutnik, Lavaughn Dorman, Janice
Cheatham.
3rd place (10 under) David Smith,
Brandon Mobley, Fred Schneider, Norm
Hullinger.
4th place (9 under) Rance Harrell,
Sarah King, Terry Bays, Steve Sparkman. -
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- Crestvlew-

Boys
basketball
The Dawgs
(4-5, 1-4 District
1-5A) had to play 12 extra
minutes to earn a split of two
games this week.
Crestview fell 65-60 in
overtime in a district game at
Tate on Dec. 15. Skylar
Armstrong scored 21 points
for the second straight game,
but a late CHS rally went for
naught.
The Dawgs started a
three-day tournament at
Arnold with a 77-70 double-
overtime win against St.
George's (Grand Bahamas)
on Monday. CHS rallied from
an 18-4 deficit after one quar-
ter and pulled out the win.
Cory Wenrich scored 17
points to lead Crestview.
The Dawgs played Oak
Ridge (Orlando) late Tuesday.
The tournament concludes
today.

-- Baker--

Boys
basketball
Baker (6-3, 0-
2) couldn't
recover from a slow start in an
84-60 loss against reigning
District 1-2A champion
Freeport on Dec. 14.
The Gators trailed 19-10
after one quarter and never
recovered. Baker has trailed
after one quarter in seven of
its nine games this season,
including all three losses.
Chad Donley (13 points),
Colton Henry (12) and Chad
Lawhon (10) all scored in
double figures for the Gators.
Baker did lead after one
quarter on Dec. 11 against
Calvary Christian and went
on to a 65-27 win. Josh Rose


led a balanced Gator offense
with 13 points. Stephen
Shelley contributed six
rebounds, five steals and
three assists. Eight Baker
players scored in all.

Girls basketball
Baker (7-2) headed into
the holiday break in style with
a 64-37 win against Class 1A
No. 5 Central on Dec. 12. The
Jaguars had lost just once
entering the game.
Kendria Young and
Chelsea Combest scored 16
points apiece to lead the
Gators. Courtney Fountain
added 10 points and four
assists.

-- Laurel Hill-

Boys
basketball
Timaria
McKay scored
21 points as the Hoboes (7-1,
6-0) took over sole possession
of the District 1-1A lead with a
55-47 come-from-behind win
Dec. 15 at rival Paxton.
LHS now has won 34 con-
secutive district games (regu-
lar season and tournament .
Wyatt Lee added 12 points
for the Hoboes.

Girls basketball
Laurel Hill (4-6, 3-1) head-
ed to the holidays in sole pos-
session of second place in
the District 1-1A standings
with a 54-19 romp against
Rocky Bayou on Dec. 14.
The Hoboes led 18-0 after
one quarter and went on to
the easy win.
'We put a lot of pressure
on them and we finally shot
the ball well," LHS coach
Scott Vamum said.
Sally Feagins led LHS with
15 points. Katie Free added
12.


Sunshine Wright/Special to the News Bulletin
Laurel Hill's Daren Weekley follows through on a shot during
the Hoboes' game Dec. 12 against Central. Class 1A No. 10
Laurel Hill played at Baker late Tuesday.


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Holiday driving alert: Drivers are responding to road rage with more rage


Fully one-half of drivers
who are subjected to aggres-
sive driving behavior on the
road respond with aggres-
sion of their own, thus risk-
ing a more serious confronta-
tion.
According to a recent
released national survey by
car insurer Response
Insurance, when a driver is
cut off, tailgated or given the
finger, 50% of the victims
respond with horn honking,
yelling, cutting-off, and
obscene gestures of their
own.


The "Response Insurance
National Driving Habits
Survey" revealed that 34% of
drivers say they honk their
horn at the aggressor, 27%
yell. 19% give the finger back,
17% flash their headlights,
and 7% mimic the initial
aggressive driving behavior.
2% of drivers admit to trying
to run the aggressor off the
road.
"Road rage is a two-way
street," noted Ray Palemo,
director of public relations for
Response Insurance. "It
takes two people to fight. So,


if you are subjected to aggres-
sive driving, often the best
way to ensure it does not get
any worse is to just ignore it."
When it comes to aggres-
sive responses, men are more
likely than women to
respond aggressively ( 54%
vs. 46%), as are drivers age
18-24 (67%) versus drivers 65
and older (30%). Drivers
with children are more likely
to respond aggressively
(59%) versus those without
children (45%), and cell
phone users (59%) versus
those who do not use a cell


phone while driving (39%).
How to avoid
aggressive driving and
aggressive drivers
Attitude: Driving is not a
competitive sport. How
much is really "won" by cut-
ting ahead of another car?
Stay calm, focus on getting
from one place to another
safely, and try to forget about
time if you're running late.
Road rage is a 2-way
street: One driver can't fight
alone. Don't allow yourself
to get drawn into a confronta-


Courtesy: Err on the side
of being courteous.
Turn signal: Using your
turn signals makes sure dri-
vers around you aren't sur-
prised by your maneuver.
Tailgating: Tailgating not
only greatly reduces your
ability to respond, it can
annoy the other driver.
Keeping a safe distance never
annoyed anyone.
Gestures: Don't make
obscene gestures. Avoid any
visible sign that you may be
angry.


Ease up: If someone cuts
you off, slow down and give
them room. Their aggression
may escalate if you respond
in kind.
Get help: If you think you
are in serious danger, use a
cellular phone to call the
police, or drive to a police sta-
tion or heavily populated
area. Do not drive to your
home and do not get out of
the care until safe.
Apologize: If you make a
mistake try to apologize to
the other driver with an
appropriate gesture.


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The Heitage ep m-keepstradi- ,t-lealth ar y training for more
tional Ifndfa ve though the, than 90-years. To reserve your
popular and ongoing Heritage Craft seat, please RSVP by calling 800-
Series. Call(850) 678-2615 to pre- 773-7620 ext. 23 or e-mail Caria


Gilmore at gilmorec@usa.red-
cross.org
CITIZENS ACADEMY: In the
Citizens Police Academy, you will
spend about two hours each week
in a classroom learning how to
handcuff and fingerprint. You will
also become familiar with the cru-
cial difference between "reason-
able suspicion" and "probable
cause," and most of all, you will
develop confidence in your ability
to make yourself and your property
less attractive to criminals.
Classes start January 8 on
Monday evenings from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m. at the Cinco Bayou Town Hall
on Yacht Club Drive. For more
information contact Ashley
Barrineau and Kathleen Larney at
850-651-7410.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
POWER WHEELCHAIRS
AVAILABLE: The Senior Wheels
USA Program makes available
Power Wheelchairs to Senior
Citizens and the Permanently
Disabled at no cost to the recipient,
if they qualify.
If the patient's need is for use in
the home, please call 800-246-
6010.
KID'S CARNIVAL: The
American Red Cross annual Kid's
Carnival event is currently planned
for March 3-4 at Spanish Trails
Park in Crestview.
The Kid's Carnival is an event
specifically meant to meet the
needs of children. There will be
vendors, presentations, celebrity .
story tellers, games, rides and
food!
We are accepting vendors,
sponsors and merchandisers at
this time. For more information or
to down load vendor and sponsor
forms, log on to our web site at
www.northwestflorida.redcross.org
or call Sheri at 850-682-3356.
CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE:
Financial assistance for child care
is now available through the Early
Learning Coalition of Okaloosa and


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


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


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


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income families who need help
paying for child care. Call Child
Care Services at 833-9330 or 833-
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BECOME A COVENANT HOS-
PICE VOLUNTEER: Covenant
Hospice is seeking compassionate
volunteers who are interested in
making a difference in the lives of
patients and families facing life-lim-
iting Illnesses. Volunteers are
needed in north Okaloosa and
Walton counties in the areas of
patient/family care, bereavement
services, event planning and
administrative tasks. Even if you
only have a little time to give, you
can make a big difference. For
more information on volunteer
opportunities, please call Donna
Chapman at 850-682-3628.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS are
needed to invest their time and
skills in North Okaloosa YMCA. If
you have a service to offer, time to
volunteer, or would like additional
information, please contact
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HOSPICE OF THE EMERALD
COAST: Adult and Teen volunteers
are needed. Volunteers serve in
different ways to assist both the
patient and the entire family. If you
are interested, but fear you might
be uncomfortable working directly
with patients, let's explore other
areas of volunteerism such as cler-
ical, fundraising, bereavement and
public relations opportunities.
Please call Teresa Smith,
Volunteer Coordinator, at 850-689-
0300.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE SER-
VICES FOR PREGNANT WOMEN:
If you are pregnant and concerned
about alcohol and drugs, free and
confidential help is available. All
pregnant women are eligible for pri-
ority substance abuse treatment
services.
Women's Intervention Services
& Education can provide informa-


tion and assist you in getting the
help ypu need. WISE serves as a
client advocate and coordinator of
services for pregnant women with
substance abuse problems.
WISE is a program of the
Community Drug and Alcohol
Council. For more information, call
(850) 689-4024 in Crestview or
(850) 833-3729 in Fort Walton
Beach.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Volunteer Organizations Active in
Disasters needs volunteers to work
in the Emergency Operations
Center assisting county personnel
in the event of any natural or man-
made disaster affecting Okaloosa
County.
Okaloosa County Public Safety
will open the EOC, located at the
Okaloosa County Courthouse in
Shalimar, when a disaster occurs.
There will be a need for data entry
volunteers.
For more information, please
contact Yvonne Earle at (850) 863-
1530, extension 230.
THE MARCH OF DIMES: For
information on grants and how you
can help in the fight or save babies,
contact your local March of Dimes
office or visit
www.marchofdimes.com. For spon-
sorship and ticket information call
(850) 432-5014.
BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM: If
you are looking for local history,
artifacts, photos, and a good selec-
tion of area newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday Friday
from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the
third Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3:30
p.m., with special tours available
upon request. For more informa-
tion, call the museum at 537-5714,
Jeanette Henderson at 850-537-
4401, or send an email to baker-
museum @aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUNTEER
DRIVERS: Volunteers are needed
to drive the DAV van, which takes
veterans to their appointments at
the VA Outpatient Clinic in
Pensacola. You would only drive


two days per month. For further
information, contact the local
Veterans Service Office at 601-A
North Pearl Street, or call 689-
5922.
SHELTER HOUSE: It costs
more than $100 a day to shelter a
victim of domestic violence. For
more information on how you can
help, call 683-0845.
ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER
INFORMATION: Located at 132
Butler Avenue at the fire tower site,
the Hub City Environmental Center
offers a free opportunity to learn
about native plants and animals.
To reserve the park for your
group, call the Leisure Services
Department at 682-4715.
NARCONON ARROWHEAD:
Narconon, a nonprofit organization
dedicated to helping those with
drug addictions, is here to help res-
idents of Escambia and Okaloosa
counties. For help, call 1-800-556-
8885. You may also visit the nation-
al web site at
www.stopaddiction.com.
YOUTH FRATERNITY: The
J.R.L. Conyers Masonic Lodge
#364, PHA, sponsor of the Malcolm
N. Haynes Sr. Council of The
Knights of Pythagoras, is accepting
applications for membership into
their youth fraternity. Membership
is open to all young men from 9 to
17 years old; however parent or
guardian must accompany them
when filling out an application.
For more information and appli-
cations, please contact either
Thomas D. Dargan, Jr. at 609-0326
or Barney L. Bailey, Jr. at 689-
3773.
DESTIN LA SPANISH CLASS-
ES: Spanish classes for children
ages 3-10 are held at Emmanuel
Baptist Church in Crestview on
Monday from 5-5:45 p.m.
Beginner adult classes are held
Tuesday from 5 to 6 p.m. at Tall
Pines Academy. Please call' 50)
682-0886.to register now, and visit
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2006


PERSONALS


SINGLE WHITE
male 70 5'8" 170 re-
tired from civil serv-
ice. Searching for
nice lady close to
same age for a seri-
ous relationship. I
hope there is at
least one lady out
there is as lonely as
I am. I would love to
hear from you.
Please write RB
P.O. Box 876, Crest-
view, Fl. 32536, or
call 689-8038


EMPLOYMENT


102
Drivers
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOWI
Wemer needs entry-
level semi drivers.
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+1st yr!
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309.
DRIVER:
EARNINGS over
$50,000 per year &
Home Weekends!
Looking for drivers for
Dedicated
Customer
No back-hauls
Paid Odometer
Mileage Loaded
n& Empty:-
Excellent benefits and
bonus program!
Call Bill or Neal for
details
@ 866-592-7006
Drivers-Flatbed
GOT FREIGHT?
WE DOI
HOME WEEKENDS
GUARANTEED
AL, GA, & FL Dis-
patch
$1700
SIGN ON BONUS
Earn Up to .390/mi.
BCBS Ins. 50% Pre-
loaded & Tarped
Loads
Must be at least 23
yrs old & lyr OTR
Flatbed Exp.
SUNBELT
TRANSPORT
Call Herb:
1-800-494-8471
www.PatriotTrans.com

LOOKING FOR
CDL driver must
have CDL, will train
if needed 537-9833
104
General Help
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
POST OFFICE
NOW HIRING
Avg. $20/hour start-
ing,or $57K/annually
including Federal
benefits & overtime.
Paid training, vaca-
tions. PT/FT. 1-800-
584-1775.
USWA Ref #P2900
COMFORT
KEEPERS
Dedicated people
needed to assist our
seniors in their
homes. Flex hours,
ft/pt, mileage paid,
$8.hr. 279-6294
POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Pick-Up and Deliv-
ery Driver. Must
have current driv-
ers license with
clean driving re-
cord.
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.


104
General Help

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

106
Home Based
Business
BUSINESS OP-
PORTUNITY. Inde-
pendent sales con-
sultants needed for
industry leader of
premium skin care,
body care, nutrition
and anti-aging prod-
ucts or mineral oil.
Generous compen-
sation plan, bonus-
es, and qualification
for company paid
vacations. Must be
positive minded, and
enjoy showing oth-
ers how to obtain
fantastic health and
unlimited wealth.
Call 582-8882 or
689-0674.
108
Hotel/Motel
& Restaurant
'CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring pm
cooks and dish-
washers. OW stu-
dents welcome 682-
8804
CRACKER BAR-
REL of Crestview
Now hiring servers,
server assistants
and day hostesses
682-8804
NOW HIRING part-
time front desk, Ap-
ply within. Jameson
Inn, 151 Cracker
Barrel Dr., Crestview
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 experi-
ence 537-9833
124
Sales &
Telemarketing
PIONEER TELE-
PHONE Directories
Corp. has openings
for three sharp indi-
viduals to sell yellow
page advertise-
ments. $80k com-
mission per year.
Direct sales experi-
ence necessary.
traveling involved.
for interview call 1-
800-304-4129
126
SkillasTrade
ELECTRICIAN
WANTED- Commer-
cial, industrial and
service experience
preferred. Good pay,
benefits. Call Third
Phase Electric 850-
652-3011
"ELECTRICIANS
NEEDED" Now Hir-
ing. Commercial,
Residential, and Ex-
perienced Helpers.
Top Pay. The best in
benefits, 27 year old
Company. Start a
Career; Call 850-
837-8474 for Inter-
view


SERVICES


310
Business
Opportunities


310
Business
Opportunities .
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Cash$ Work from
home business on-
line. See how Join
now!
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Freedom.com/?refid
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FORTUNES BEING
made by average
people Go to:
www.secret-
biz.com/TinaV
315
Business Services
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
MOBILE HOMES
transports. Call 682-
2075.
NEED A
DUMPSTER?
Call 683-5752
AAA Crestview
Hauling, construc-
tion & debris re-
moval. We accept
Visa & Master-
card.

NEED MASONRY
Work, Block, Brick,
Concrete, Repair,
Big or Small, Free
Estimates, Days
850-758-1020, Night
850-682-4369
OKALOOSA SIGNS
850-683-5255
All your sign needs.
Also T-shirts, mag-
nets, embroidery,
trailer lettering and
window lettering
Sand or Dirt deliv-
ered no job too Big
or too Small 682-
2075
320
Child Care
CHILD CARE pro-
vider now accepting
children for before
and after school pro-
gram. Antioch dis-
trict. 689-1960
NOW ACCEPTING
applications for em-
ployment at Learn-
ing Tree Day
School, Inc., 201
Valley Road. Must
be 18 years of age.
'Applicant should be
dependable, availa-
ble to work Mon-Fri.,
and willing to work
varying shifts as
hours will vary. Ap-
ply in person only.
PROFESSIONAL
NANNY available 24
hrs. a day to your-
home. CPR, first-
aid, 17 years of ex-
perience excellent
references 1-732-
882-8554
325
Domestic
BEV'S BROOM INC
We clean private
homes, offices,
move outs & new
construction in the
Crestview area.
Honest & dependa-
ble, licensed and in-
sured. Contact Bev-
eriy Hilton 974-0097
or 376-0000
IF YOU need a
clean house, and
live in Crestview
area. I will be happy
to help you. Please
call 428-6023.
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
CONCRETE CON-
STRUCTION- Drive-
ways, Foundations,
& patios. Reasona-
ble prices, Free esti-
mates, 30 years ex-
perience. Licensed
& Insured 685-7488


Rooms Effitientie par
CABLE TV, TELEPHONE & A/C
RENT DAILY, WEEKLY, OR MONTHLY
683-1964 OR 683-07201
296 Oakdal Avenue West in Historic
Downtown Crestview, Florida 32536


337
Concrete

A-0 AAA
CONCRETE
25yrs Experience.
Driveways, patios,
tearouts, stamp
work coloring, Bob
Kat work, reasona-
ble prices,
Licensed/Insured
Free estimates.
God Bless America.
Call
850-685-9396
BARNHILL
CONSTRUCTION
INC.
Bamhill Construction
Inc Custom residen-
tial building Remold-
ing, door removal,
porches, decks. No
job too small, 25
years in the busi-
ness. 423-0255
DOUGLAS
HENDERSON
Masonry 25 years
experience Long
time resident of
Okaloosa Co. Drive-
ways patios, brick
block, stone, & stuc-
co. 850-537-8932 /
546-0363
JD MATTHEWS ce-
ment work, big or
small. Foundations,
patios, sidewalk,
driveways, tearouts,
etc. LLC Licensed &
Insured. Cell 850-
546-0368, Hm. 850-
652-3111.
LATHAM
CONCRETE
Works Since 1977,
Robert Latham Ma-
sonry, Contractor-Li-
censed, Insured. All
Types of Concrete
Work. House Slabs,
Driveways, Addi-
tions. 3000 PSI Mix
Used on Every Job.
Free Estimates.
682-0137.


HOME
REPAIR


340
Home Repair
CHUCK
HAMPTON'S
Pressure Washing
(Hot & Cold) And
Painting and Re-
modeling Residen-
tial & Commercial,
Honest work. Refer-
ences available.
682-0011 or 259-
6998
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
KWC DRYWALL &
Painting. Ceiling re-
spray, fire and water
restoration, trim and
tile 682-1774
LASCO
HANDYMAN
INC.
Licensed and In-
sured Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences. Call Terry
902-3928

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


340
Home Repair
HANDYMAN SERV-
ICE, 20 years expe-
rience, dependable,
honest, and reliable,
free estimates, li-
censed and insured
689-2944

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

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




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CARE


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
EDDIE'S
YARD CARE
Yard Maintenance,
complete cleaning of
yards, trimming,
weed eating, edging.
Liscensed & Insured
537-4506 or 217-
2338







Tree Service
PROFESSIONAL
TREE & STUMP
REMOVAL

682-9474
"LORIE'S"
LAWN MAINTE-
NANCE Lic. & In-
sured. Residential or
commercial. Free
estimates special
winter rates 826-
2298
WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning,One time or
year round. Li-
censed and insured.
537-4419 Referen-
ces Available


rs & Renovations
.,TORATIO NI
KITCHEN & BATHROOM REMODELING
WINDOWS & DOORS FANS & LIGHTING
STILE DRYWALL* WOOD-ROT
TRIM MOULDING DECKS ROOF REPAIR

* 8501190211299
Free Estimates
U-Licensed Insured 3


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!
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
LOT CLEARING
and demolition.
Cheapl 682-2075.









639-3429o1i-
546-046


355
:Sewlngt& :,- '
S- Alterations .-,
SEWING
MACHINE
&
VACUUM
CLEANER
REPAIRS
Call 682-3041 or
664-2245
360
Miscellaneous
ACRYLIC GLAM-
OUR spa/tub, white,
72x44, $200 obo.
2/72in vanity tops
w/double white
sinks, green lami-
nate w/hardware
$75 ea obo. 689-
7523
CABLE TV or phone
outlets installed on
any wall. Call Ri-
chards Cable 398-
6304
COMPUTER RE-
PAIR all brands in-
cluding laptops, low
flat fee 682-3912.
HOW TO CREATE
NEW Legal Credit
Files and New Iden-
tity in One Day! Call
850-398-6729
NEED DIRTI
Sand etc. and bull-
dozer work Call
Spuds Hauling 850-
902-5098
TRACTOR WORK
all type 682-7492
cell 546-1218


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REAL ESTATE
FOR RENT


452
Apartments For
Rent
1-2BR APTS. Some
utilities $450-$550
per month. $550D.D
1 year lease, no
pets. 850-834-4767

VERY NICE 2Br
apt., all wood floors,
new appliances,
quiet neighborhood.
158 Lake St.
$700/$700 682-8867
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Apartments For
Rent
BENT CREEK
Apartments I Vouch-
ers Accepted. 1 & 2
BR HC & non-HC
accessible apart-
ments. Water, Sew-
er, and Garbage,
provided. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crest-
view, FL Call 850-
682-5563, TDD 711,
Voice 800-955-8770
Equal Housing Op-
portunity.
BENT CREEK
APARTMENTS II
Vouchers Accepted.
Some rental assis-
tance may be availa-
ble. 1 & 2 bedroom
HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563, TDD
711, Voice 800-955-
8770 Equal Housing
Opportunity.
NEED TO find a
place to call home
before Christmas?
Progressive Man-
agement has some-
thing for everyone.
1& 2Bd. from
$425.00 up to
$545.00. Fof details
call 682-6310 and
ask for Jennifer
2BR/1BA DUPLEX
Apt. $550.00mo
$550.00dd, some
utilities, no pets,
lease required 850-
834-4767.

456
Homes For Rent

2,3 AND 4 BED-
ROOM Homes for
rent, No Pets 682-
1972.
2,3,4 bedroom trail-
ers and homes. for
rent Milligan and
Crestview area. 682-
4070 or 830-2061
3BR/2BA $800/mo
$800/dd plus utilit-
ies. NO smoking.
Crestviev.499-6890
3BR/2BA 2CG new
Brick home in Laurel
Hill, $975.mo $975
DD Days 682-5533,
night & weekends,
682-4341
3BR/2BA HOME in
Crestview on 5
acres with 7 stall
horse barn
$1500/mo 682-4341.
4 BD / 2 B A
$950/$950 newly
renovated. 3Bd/2Ba
plus. $700/$700 No
pets. References &
lease required.
(850)682-8282 or
(850)830-3954
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FOR LEASE 1700
sq.ft. o f f i c e
space, $1400. p/m
call Elmer Sanders,
realtor, Coldwell
Banker JME Realty,
682-4300 or 582-
1831
FOR RENT by own-
er 1555 Texas
Pkwy, 3BR/2BA,
1400 sqft. home w/a
split bedroom plan,
...ge kitchen
w/breakfast nook,
formal dining room,
fireplace, laundry
room, privacy
fenced yard w/2
storage sheds. No
dogs allowed.
$900mo/milltary dis-
count given. 758-
0767. Owner is a li-
censed Real Estate
Agent.
JANET JOHNSON
Realty, Inc. Equal
Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
602 Henderson
Street- 2bd/1ba, in-
cludes water, sewer,
garbage, monthly
pest, lawn mainte-
nance)$675 rent;
$675 deposit.
315 John King Road
- 3 bd/2ba, $795
rent; $795 deposit
Swaying Pine Court
- 3bd/2.5ba, $900
rent; $900 deposit.


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AMERICAN FOR RENT house in
REALTY of Crestview on 1 acre
Northwest forlda lot 3bd/2ba $700mo
Inc. $700dep. Call 682-
682-4822 or 4280. or 699-4281
651-5717 COLDWELL
Equal Housing BANKER JME
Opportunity REALTY
648 McDonald St. 117 Courthouse
4Bd/2Ba, $600 Terrace Crestview
219 Jones Rd. Fl. 32536
3Br/1.5Ba, $750 (850)-689-1515 or
3957 Bear Creek (850) 682-5922
Rd. 2Br./1.5Ba,$795 Equal Housing Op-
4600 Middleton Rd. portunity
5Br/2.5Ba, $800 116 Hampton Dr.,
135 Lonnie Jack Dr. 2BR/1.5BA, 1000
3Br/2Ba, $875 sq.ft., $550, fenced
217 Southview Dr. yard
3Br/2Ba, $900 6106 Magnolia
3008 Pine Lake Dr. 3 B R / 1 5 BA ,
3Br/2Ba, $975 1,026sq.ft., $650,
327 Strawbridge Dr. fenced yard
3Br/2Ba, $975 2464 Kingston Rd.,
519 Krest Dr. 3BR/1.5BA, 1,080
3Br/2Ba,$995 sq.ft., $695, fenced
607 Huck Finn Dr. yard.
3Br/2Ba, $1000 689 Valley Rd.,
4737 Whitewater Ln. 3BR/1 BA, 1,384
3Br/2Ba, $1050 sq.ft., $795, pet
3033 Cabela Ln. w/owner approval
3Br/2Ba, $1050 226 Runnymeade Dr
1002 Quigley Dr. 2 B D /1 5 BA ,
3Br/2Ba, $1100 930sq.ft. $675
474 Jillian Dr. Townhouse
3Br/2Ba, $1100 301 Runnymeade Dr
301 Tislow 3BD/2BA, 1052sq.ft.
3Br/2Ba, $1150 $800, fenced yard
5414 Josh Dr. 105 Swaying Pine
3Br/2Ba, $1175 -' Ct., 3BR/2BA, 1,415
346 John King Rd. sq.ft., $875, 1 car
5Br/3Ba, $1200 garage
243 Raptor Dr. 803 Aunt Polly PI.,
4Br/2Ba, $1275 3BR/2BA, 1,702
104 MuskogeeTr. sq.ft., $1,150, pet
3Br/2Ba, $1300 w/owner approval
Visit us at www.era- 5814 Reinke Dr.,
american.com 3BR/2BA, 1,180
sq.ft., $1,000, in-
IRENE KINGSLEY ground pool
CENTURY 21 812 Travis Ct.,
Moulton Realty 4BR/3BA, 2,558
(850) 682-3849 sq.ft., $1,500, pet
Rentals: w/owner approval
5209 Kervin,. single,,.137 Mill Pond Cv.,
wide mobile, home, SBR/3BA, 2,102
$600.rt $600.dp .. sq.ft., $1,500, in
2918 Crescent Ave ground pool
3bd/2ba $875.rt For further informa-
$875.dp tion visit
304 Crooked Pine www.cbjmeproperty-
3bd/2.5ba new management.com
$1,000.rt $1,000.dp
211 Warrior St, LEE FARMS- New
3bd/2ba $1495.rt Brick 3bd/2ba
$1495.dp $ 1 3 5 0 /m o .
902 Dixie, 3bd/2ba lawn/pest service in-
$875.rt, $875.dp eluded, call 682-
5219 Griffith Mill 8081.
Road, Baker NEW 3 & 4 bedroom
2bd/1ba $475.rt, rental homes ready
475. dp for move in. Starting
NEW ZONE II at $850/mo. Range,
NEW ZONE III hu- DW, and micro hood
cane rated custom included. Easy ac-
mobile home located cess to Crestview
on 55 acres in S. and Niceville. Sec-
Walton County off tion 8 accepted. Call
Hwy 331 just north 850-689-2221 8-5,
of the bay. 1,200sf M-F, 850-546-1253.
unfurnished
3bd/2ba, LG kitchen
w/island. 800sf
screened porch, car-
port, 600sf storage
s h e d
$800mo/$800dd, ASPHAITPAVING
1st/last month rent. Commeal o
no pets, Credit & BG
checks on appli- + SEAL-C
cants. Micki 850- + STRIPING
864-2663/850-240- STR
3227 + HAULING
CRESTVIEW 4/2 Office: (850) 537-97
Large fenced Cell: (850) 499-79
yard,carport, quiet
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Areas
Uve here while you
build your dream
home 3/2 brick setting
on 5 acres, convenient to
town, yet private. 2 exterior
buildings, dog kennel
convey. Call for an
appointment today.
$219,000.
Split-bedroom floor
plan featured in this
beautiful home. Formal
living room and dining
room, large family room,
4/2, nice screened-in pool.
South of 1-10, close to
schools, golf course,
hospital, shopping. $275,00.
PRICE REDUCTION!
3/2, a wonderful must-see
home that's loaded with
upgraded features.
Extremely high energy
efficient,, Florida room with
2 skylights, surround-sound
throughout. Priced to sell
under appraised value.
$330,000.
In a lovely country
setting, this nice, 2/2
mobile home, has built-in
cabinets, garden tub in
master bath, bonus room for
another bedroom, computer
room, whatever. A deep well
outside, covered front and
back porch. $75,000.
Double wide mobile
home with nice deck on
back, sitting on a cleared
approx. I acre lot in the
Baker area. 3 bedroom, 2
bathroom. Maybejustwhat
you need! $96,600.
Nestled among large
oaks, this all brick lovely
home is in a well established
subdivision in the Crestview
area. 9-ft. ceiling in foyer,
cathedral ceilings in tiled
living room, French doors
leading to rear deck just to
name a few amenities.
$232,000.


Outstanding Agents
Outtandlng Results.


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682-8309 or 678-8919
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301 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
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3Bd/2Ba .Mobile
Home in Baker area,
Electric, water, and
garbage incl. $650.
mo. /$300 Dep. NO
PETS Call 537-8482
VERY NICE
1216sq.ft. 3Bd/2Ba
Mobile-home, large
private lot upscale
neighborhood, 1mi
from Publix and
Hospital, yard maint.
& appliances. No
Smoking/pets $850
plus deposit 423-
0967
FOR RENT
2BR/1BA Mobile
Home on 1 acre lot,
no pets. 682-1045
daytime 682-2880
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THIS WEEK'S
USTINGS
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.-lotst~u~a
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$1WiQ,900 **"^^

3178 OLD PLACE
RD, LAUREL HILL
3/2 2300 sq ft on
one acre. New
paint, dishwasher
& newly refinished
hardwood floors.
$185,000

3208 TWILIGHT
DR in Spring
Hollow 3/2, dbl
garage, screened
back porch, solid
counter tops, fire-
place, lots of
u pgrad e.s
$185,000

104 CARDINAL
COURT in
Grandview
Heights. 3/2 on I
acre, above ground
pool, new paint,
very spacious
kitchen $225,000




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THIS 2-STORY HOME
IS LOCATED OFF THE
10TH FAIRWAY OF
Foxwoop CouNr m
CLue. Seller will pay
majority of closing costs with acceptable offer! $229,000
ECAR#403817
LAKEFRONT PROPERTY
on 3 Acres! Enjoy the coun-
try life and be within min-
utes to Crestview. There is a
doublewide manufactured
,home-ithattached screen.
in-porch, and 24x42jMetalilding w/fdll bathind.two
car garage. $205,000 ECAR#438981 '! ..(! A' "


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850-240-4785
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462
Rooms For Rent
ROOM FOR RENT
also may share
.house @ $145.
week New home,
cable, phone, utilit-
ies & swimming pool
included $10. de-
posit for cleanup.
537-9258, cell
(850)221-8544
464
Roommates
Wanted
MATURE ADULT,
no kids, no pets,
$350/mo. plus 1/2
utilities, avail. imme-
diately
850-398-2404


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FOR SALE


THIS 2-STORY HOME
IS LOCATED OFF THE
10TH FAIRWAY OF
FOXWOOD COUNTRY
CLUB. Seller will pay
majority of closing costs with acceptable offer! $229,000
ECAR#403817
LAKEFRONT PROPERTY
on 3 Acres! Enjoy the coun-
try life and be within min-
utes to Crestview. There is a
doublewide manufactured
home with attached screen-
in-porch, and 24x42 metal building w/full bath and two-
car garage. $205,000 ECAR#438981

8.2 Acres on State
Hwy 85, property is
between Laurel Hill and
Florala. There is approx.
1,000' of highway frontage.
$250,000 ECAR#439957
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552
Apartments
NEW TOWN-
HOMES Eagles
Landing South 1-10,
2Bd/2.5Ba &
3Bd/2.5Ba Call
Property Professio-
nals 683-1714

554
Commercial
FOR SALE Restau-
rant located on busy
Hwy 137 in Wing, AI.
Restaurant .sits on
3/4 acre commercial
property. Storage
building included.
Restaurant in opera-
tion. great invest-
ment ,and. location
turn-key asking
$151,500 call 334-
858-5629 or 850-
306-5197
556
Homes For Sale
FOR SALE House
on 1 acre, 6 miles
north of Crestview
850-652-2732
CUTE HOME For
Sale. 6127 Old Hick-
ory Rd., Crestview
3Bd/2Ba, 1220 sq.ft.
New large capacity
washer and dryer.
Tile floor with Berber
carpeting .in bed-
rooms. 1 car garage,
patio, small fish
pond, fruit trees,
nicely landscaped,
fenced backyard.
$174,900. Accepting
offers. 689-0674,
cell 582-8882


556
Homes For Sale

CRESTVIEW
THREE NEW
HOMES 444 1st
St., 4 Bd/2Ba
$224,700, 410
Beech St., 3Bd/2Ba
$157,000, 420
Beech St.,, 3Bd/2Ba
154,000 Fred Bow-
man Realty, Inc.
Registered Real Es-;
tate Broker 850,682
1313
NEW BRICK Home
3Bd/2Ba double car
garage, 1281 sq. ft.
living area with
many upgrades
$165,000 682-4341
or 956-2533

MUST SELL relo-
catingl Almost new
3bd/2ba, 1419 sf,
downtown Crest-
view. Drastically re-
duced to $159,000,
MLS #445719
ENTERTAINMENT/
Handyman Para-
dise! Move in ready
updated 3bd/2ba on
2 acres. In-ground
pool, hot tub, com-
mercial size grill,
huge food smoker,
multiple outbuildings
for work and play.
$350,000 MLS #
447596
ALMOST110 acres
Only 1/10th mile of
smooth dirt road.
$1 90,000.MLS
#444247
BUILD your new
home Carnegie
Hills PH 2 Beautiful
upscale subdivision
of .50+ acre lots.
Utilities
underground, curbs,
gutters, mailboxes,
light posts, and side-
walks. $64,900. per
lot.
Call
Diana Baker -
Teel & Waters Real
Estate 685-5135 or
682-6156
INVESTMENT
HOME must see,
renovated 3br Flora-
la comer lot home,
neat design, re-
stored wood,
oak/pine trees,
beautiful azaleas,
front and back
porch, carport, awn-
ings, near schools,
park, lake, peaceful,
low traffic, relocat-
ing. hayesss@au-
bum.edu, (334) 858-
5814


SBEST BUYS! Melisa Cove...$165,000.
Steeplechase...$175,000. Moss Drive...
$178,900. E.Brook Dr....$249,000. Nun
Dr....$179,900. Laurel Hill...$210,000.
Hagood Loop...$355,000. Horn Hollow...
$375,000. DeFuniak... $115.000.
Rick Epperson, MOTIVATED SELLERS. CALL ME NOW!
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556
Homes For Sale

NICE BRICK
3BD/3BA w/fire-
place, large yard,
trees, and 8ft. priva-
cy fence, close to
schools, grocery,
gas, etc. Down Air-
port Rd. left on Hill-
ary Street on cul-de-
sac, extra nice
neighborhiod;,eavail-
able now.-aele- ce-
ral"iiiC" tie-aPT bs Bbei
carpets call 334-
887-8022
NEW SPECIAL land
home financing
available for limited
or bad credit call
Clayton Homes for
details 850-682-
3344.
560
Land For Sale
1 ACRE wooded lot
Silver Hills Road
150x300 $95,000.
ph. 585-8948
5 ACRES in Clear
Creek Estates,
wooded lot $95,000
954-801-2860
FOR SALE 2 Acres
of land in Holt area,
zoned 1 dwelling per
acre, rental mobile
home on 1 acre,
w/monthly sustained
income. $85,000 se-
rious inquiries only.
No Owner Financ-
ing. 850-537-6222,
850-499-7412
FOR SALE 4.5
acres on Poverty
Creek RD Crestview
682-4341
MUST SELL: 10
acre parcel in Baker,
FL, on Homestead
Road, close to town
and school,
$110,000. negotia-
ble. Call 850-682-
9036
562
Mobile Homes
3BD/2BA 1992
Model 4563B Fleet-
wood Stone Creek
28x54 mobile home
1498 sq. ft. $20,000
contact Linc 682-
4021

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706
Livestock Supplies
Billy Cook Roping
Saddle 16 1/2 in.
seat Stamped and
silver Brand new
accessories Sacri-
fice $475 259-0298
SQUARE BALE,
Bahia hay for sale,
Fert. & Shed kept
dry, Baker, FL, All
cut this summer
$3.50/Batq;,',.50-
582-1054

708
Pets

AKC LABRADOR
puppies- English
Block Heads All
Colors Accepting
Deposits, Ready
Christmas $350,
Two Black Females
9 mo. $150 850-
902-1861
AKC YORKIE
males, 1 year sweet,
cudley, 6-7 Ibs $700.
4 year very lovable
6-7 lbs $400. OBO
652-4011
BREEDER SELL-
OUT Chihuahua's all
colors, ages, sizes.
Call 850-398-
6805/Kim Sellers
FREE TO good
home, female ger-
man shepherd, ap-
prox. one year old.
Call for info 803-
8865 very kid friend-
ly and loving.
HUNTERS.
SPECIAL
PUREBREED
REGISTERED
BLOODHOUND
PUPPIES
Parents on prem-
ises. Great Christ-
mas Gift. $400
652-3711 leave
message
GREAT PYRON-
ESE pups, 6 wk. old,
$200 689-2063
712 Lost & Found
PETS
FOUND JEWELRY
in Crestview with
name, Kristy N.
Combs, call to I.D.
902-5090


PETS &
LIVESTOCK


2002 BUICK LESABRE
BRONZE, 47K MILES, IMMAACULATE

$ 10,800 (o.o) 689-2,166


802
Antiques
RON'S ANTIQUES
Specializing in Anti-
que furniture, clocks
and clock repair. An-
tiques. Buy, and Sell
Estates. M-F 9-5
Sat. 9-2, 213 N,
Main St. Crestview
850-689-1007 305-
2441
806 :
Appliancg$ -
QUALITY USED
Appliances. Washer,
Dryers, Refrigera-
tors, & Stoves
w/warranty. Batson's
Appliances. PARTS
& REPAIR 209 N.
Main St. 682-1149.
RON'S
APPLIANCE &
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All brands-
We buy working
appliances-
215 N. Main Street
Call 689-1007
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814
Furniture
SELLOUT AT Super
Flea Market Booths
D51, 52, 53. 2 Sofa
SLove seat sets, 5
Table & Chair sets,
much more 682-
0348

816 Jewelry

GIVE HER some-
thing to talk about -
-1.37 carat diamond
solitaire Tiffany
mounting Appraisal
priced to sell 259-
0298
818
Lawn Equipment
NEW HOLLAND
Skid Steer, serious
inquiries only. Price
negotiable. 334-858-
2453
2453


822
Musical
Instruments
KIMBALL CON-
SOLE Piano
w/bench, Great con-
dition $500 OBO
689-8661
LOWRY CHORD
Organ, excellent
condition, accesso-
ries included. Sacri-
fice due' -to Illness
$500 689-3415
826
Sporting Goods
HOME GYM by
Weider, new $395
sell for $150 682-
8867
828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
32" MITSUBISHI
Color TV complete
w/stand, DVD, VCR
682-7891
829
Garage Sales

FLEA MARKET
CLOSING!
LAST WEEKEND!
BOOTH C39
Clearance Items
up to 75% off.
Thanks to all my
loyal customers.
Look forward to
serving you on my
website and by
phone www.gold-
diggercoins.com or
Howie@golddig-
gercoins.com
850-240-2786
Howard Brockett,
Owner
TUPPERWARE
NEW Catalog,
monthly special Re-
placement order.
Call Jackie 682-
4305.
830
Miscellaneous
For Sale


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208 Aza Place: 2040sqft, 3BR/2BA + Bonus room.
Upgraded kitchen, w/ Ref., Smooth-top stove, DW, Microwave.
One-car garage. New Roof, Siding, & Gutters. Walker School. Will
pay some closing costs. A Must See!
$179,900 689-3658


830 830
Miscellaneous Miscellaneous
For Sale For Sale

ELECTRIC CON- FOR SALE Pro
CRETE mixer, never Form 535 Treadmill
used $100, Crafts- $50, Image 15.0Q
man 10" Table Saw Treadmill $150,
$50, 8" Black & 11,000 BTU Whirl-
Decker Miter Saw pool A/C $150850-
$35, 12" Bicycle 305-8319/892-2111
w/training wheels ext. 175
$10, 4 drawer letter
size,file.cabinet.$30.. FOR SALE 2005 7
KKevirG* G.. helfn tn' cu.ft. Electric Mortar
$30,,,'Wheelbarrow,* Mixer "$1500,-3898-
$10, Cast iron 5153, (318)305-
weight set $25, 12 6868
Sheets used Pres- POLICE OR Correc-
sure treated ply- tion Boots, women'
wood $10, 12 4x4x8 size 6m, 1 pr. dress
Pressure treated Corfam shoes, size
posts $5 ea, Old sol- 6m, like new, cash
id Maple Hutch $75, only $125 682-4229
2 glass & chrome
end tables $20 both, TWO NEEDLE
entertainment cen- Serger $100 call
ter, dark oak, $35, 850-865-0638
16mm sound projec-
tor $30, twin size 832
mattress $10, set of Miscellaneous
steel horseshoes Wanted
$10, Forge' $50, LOOKING FOR a
Wood Lathe $50, small child's Rock-
Old singer sewing ing Chair 682-5144
machine, portable
$20, Wheel-chair In-
vacave $25, 8'
Wooden step ladder
$15, Solid maple ba-
by changing table
$35, 27" Sanyo TV
$35, Torpedo Pro-
pane Outdoor Heat-
er $30 682-4317


THE FOLLOWING
GUNS ARE FOR
SALE. CALL SID
BRAUNSTIEN @
850-598-9715 TRA-
DITIONS LIGHTEN-
ING lightweight 50
caliber (black pow-
der) never shot
$100, Winchester
Ranger Model 20 12
gauge pump Rifled
Barrel Tasco 4x32
scope $250, Rem-
ington 700 LH 3006
BDL Bushnell Wide
angle 4x32 scope
$500, Marlin Model
60 22 caliber auto-
matic $125, Moss-
berg Auto 12 gauge
Auto 9200 2 3/4 and
3 inch (new) $350,
H&R Model 088 20
gauge single shot
$75, Mossberg 12
gauge pump with lee
choke $250

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


TRANSPORTATION



904
Cars
2000 DODGE Neon,
silver, pwr
steering/brakes,
ac/heat, standard,
25-30 mpg. Good-
condition. $3100
obo. Call 305-1761
CASH FOR your car
dead or alive. We al-
so clear garage,
yard sale items,
rental clearing, no
job too small. 305-
1957
905
Auto Repair
COMPLETE AUTO
Painting includes
Body work and ma-
terials $400. Free
pick up and delivery.
682-2075.
910
Motorcycles
2004 HONDA 250
Rebel, Black, 2000
miles $2500 546-
0789 or 689-0731


208 Aza Place: 2040sqft, 3BR/2BA + Bonus room.
Upgraded kitchen, w/ Ref., Smooth-top stove, DW, Microwave.
One-car garage. New Roof, Siding, & Gutters. Walker School. Will
pay some closing costs. A Must See!
$179,900 689-3658


: Kenneth
Cadenlhead
S Sales Professional
for Award Chevrolet,
Should like to answer
CHEVPD any questions you
''. may have about our
quality vehicles.
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904
Cars

1991 Chevy

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$5,000
682-2204


904
Cars



2001 HoLda
Civic Si Ca"ie
GREAT CONDITION
VERY ECONOMICAL
Nice wheels, Sporty
Red w/ Black Interior
Hurry Great Value
Only $5,500
850-974-7778


904
Cars

CLOSING
Dec 24'
Prices Slashed
upto
50 OFF
Crestview's
Super Flea
Flea Market
(Across from Walmart)


904
Cars

CLsAsc CAR


1984 OLDSMOnBLE
TORANADO
Excellent condition
74,000 miles
Beautiful, garage kept
collector car.
850-699-1683
S.at mt miw N~ Sul.Nn Lot


910
Motorcycles
2004 HD Super-
glide, exc condition,
many extras, 13,800
miles $12,000obo,
826-0122.
914
Recreational
2001 HONDA
400 EX,
Low Hours,
Great Condition
$3000 OBO. Josh
902-1101


914
Recreational

Dutchman RV


A/C, Wooden inside.
In good condition.
All electronic.
EXuw aI LOr TumPSt
RiDUCEDI $5,000
368-0066


918
Trucks
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.
1990 MAZDA
B2200 Pick-up.
Runs good. 179k.
Rebuilt engine.
$2000 398-6728 af-
ter 5pm


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1995 Ford F-350
Diesel Crew Cab



XLT Power everything, 5th-wheel hitch,
Air rid suspension, 3rd fuel tank, Dual
wheels, Lots of extras. Looks good. Runs
good. $11,000 Cell: 912-247-6148


2004
Newmar 35' 5th Wheel
2 slides, I 1/2 baths, Rear bunks, Awning, Ceiling fan,
Outisde shower, Double A/C. Low Mileage. 689-1034


1992 34' FLEETWOQD BOUNDER
Under 50,000 miles. Good condition, T, VR, new L C.
$23,000 (obo) 758-5366


918
Trucks
1985 Dodge
Long
Wheelbase
V-8
$1,s200
80437-8805
or
8Bo-30B-,S-7


918
Trucks



1991 Nissan
Truck
Automatic
New paint
$3,000(oo
537-2815 or
582-1825 after 5pm


918
Trucks
1977 CJ5 JEEP
great condition
$2500 call 398-0962
920
Vans

'89 FORD
ECONOLINE


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

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