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Publication Date: September 17, 2008
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2008


A2 Crestview High School A3 CHEC tU
homecoming courts it OUT


A5 Community
photos


Today's Forecast
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SU REVIVAL


John Parrott / Crestview News Bulletin
Newly promoted U.S. Army 1st Sgt. James Holland (right) is
congratulated by unit commander, Capt. Bart Love.


Crestview National


Guard Armory


manager promoted


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Student art connoisseurs admire the works displayed during the Crestview High School art show in April.


Teachers of many subjects

keep arts alive in schools


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
From grade-schoolers play -
ing the violin to high-sc hoolers
tackling Agatha Chri.he. tight
budgets have not squeezed the
arts out of our schools
On the contrary, dedicated
teachers, many of whom usu-
ally instructinnon-art, related
subjects, assure the survival
of arts instruction in schools
that had limited or no art pro-
grams.
"When I took over the
school district, there were
schools that did not have art
S programs," said Superinten-
dent of Schools Dr. Ale\is Tib-
betts. "I spoke to the princi-
pals and told them it was m\-
expectation that ever\ school
have some kind of visual or
performing arts program."
At Laurel Hill School, math
teacher Lena Steele brought
music instruction to K-3 stu-
dents.
"I wanted a music program
to return to our school, at least
with elementary kids, and I
got my wish," Steele said.
Her students are planning
a Christmas concert in Decem-
ber.
Baker School's Roger O'Neil
advises the "Drama Llamas"
club, which will soon begin
rehearsals for its "Christmas


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Check out the News
Bulletin's Fall Arts Preview
on Pages A6 and A7

Follies" program of skits and
songs. The program brings
joy to area nursing home resi-
dents.
In addition to teaching Eng-
lish, Laurel Hill teacher Sabine
Lyons started a visual arts pro-
gram.
"We participate in almost
every available art show in
our area," Lyons said, proud-


i adding that her students
brought back more than 20
awards la.t year..
Lyons' students have used
art to raise money for the hun-
gri' and have made gifts and
decorahons for nursing home
residents as well as active
duth troops. Functional math
games created by Lyons' art
student-s were donated to the
school's elementary students.
"I want my students to
have not only an understand-
ing and appreciation for art,
but also to put their creativity
to good use and try to impact
someone with it," Lyons said.
Citizens and members of
the business community are
integral in helping support
our schools' arts programs.
For example, violin teacher
Ingrid Roberts assists South-
side Elementary School mu-
sic teacher Jeri Downs, who
recently finagled financing to
buy classroom violins for her
students in third grade and
above.
Lyons had praise for the
contributions of Carolyn Stew-
art, owner of the Crestview
Arts Center; Rae Schwartz, an
instructor in the OVAL (Oka-
loosa Volunteer Arts Lessons)
program; retired educator Dr.
Mabel Jean Morrison, who
recently sponsored the Art
See ART A4


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin
With the posting of
Army special orders num-
ber 04-159, U.S. Army Mas-
ter Sgt. James Holland was
promoted to first sergeant.
The former rank chev-
ron was ripped ceremoni-
ously from his crisp uni-
form, thrown on the floor,
and immediately replaced
with one designating his
new rank.
Holland, a Crestview
native, is also the National
Guard Armory ) manager
and readiness NCO. He
has an 18-year history
with the armory and has
overseen its growth from
its former shell to a re-
cently modernized multi-,
task complex. He was also
largely responsible for the
smooth transition from a


signal company to an en-
gineering company, no
easy task for any career
soldier.
According to Capt. Bart
Love, detachment com-
mander, "First Sgt. Hol-
land is a leader in every
sense of the word. We
know all -about his his-
tory and his leadership
skills, but what we want
everyone to know is 1st
Sgt. Holland deserves this
promotion based on out-
standing merit and perfor-
mance. He's seen this unit
through an Iraq rotation
and came back with the
all personnel and equip-
ment intact. And that is a
phenomenal achievement
in itself."
For Holland, the promo-
tion is what professional.
See PROMOTED A4


Crestview alums


scramble to help

classmate hit by Ike


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Members of the Crest-
view High School Class
of '82 hope to help a class-
mate hit hard by Hurri-
cane Ike.
Jimmy Baker, who
played football for three
years and was in the
school's JROTC program,
lives on South Caicos Is-
land in the Turks and Ca-
icos Islands. His younger
brother Toby also lives on
the island.
The islands, a Brit-
ish dependency 90 miles
north of Hispaniola, were
directly in the path of Ike's
fury.
"Jimmy took a signifi-
cant hit in the loss of his
business in the fishing in-
dustry," explained class-
mate Aubrey Fountain.
"All of his boats were de-
stroyed."


JIMMY BAKER
RELIEF FUND
To- mnal:e donations I
rielp Jirrim, Baker, CHS
class of 1982, and his
,:.onstituenrt orn Scuth
Caicos Island. visit an,
Comrnpass Bank arid
donate to the Jimmynrn
Baker Relief Fund.
For more information
call classmate Aubrey
Fcintain at
(80)l 650-2380

Fountain has been in
contact with Baker since
the storm.
"Jimmy said the earli-
est that electricity would
possibly be restored is
two months," Fountain
reported. "He has to go to
an island with power just
to use e-mail."
Baker told Fountain he

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ClRESTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL

HOMECOMING SCHEDULE 2008

Friday 6:10 p.m. Pre-game activities at Jack Foster Stadium
9:30 a.m. Homecoming Pep Rally 7 p.m. Crestview vs. West Gadsden football game
9:30 a.m. Crown Homecoming King
2 p.m. Parade lineup Saturday
3 p.m. Parade begins (down Main Street) 8-11 p.m. Homecoming Dance


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Court: (left to
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Mayo, Kameron
Miller, Clay
Styron, Katie
Toolan, Hannah
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CHS Sophomore
Court: (left to
right) Allen
Caldwell, George
Stakely, Andrew
Lemke, Andrew
Petkus, Hayden
Hritz, Sydney
Carty, Brittany
Bonilla, Jennifer
Ellis.


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CHS Junior
Court: (left to
right) Chase
Boals, Joel
English, Artis
Coleman,
Wesley Josey,
Courtney Cliff,
Cambrai Berezo,
Lalie Bowman,
Skyler McCool.


12TH

CHS Senior
Court: (left to
right) Randall
Hartley, Cortez
Whatley, Cody
Kurpil, Cody
Hancock, Dawn
Holderfield,
Sammy
Masterson, Olivia
Weeks, Ashley
Windham. (not
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CHECK


it OUT


Jean Lewis
Library Director

PROGRAMS
Teens 12-18 join us
for Nintendo Wii play
every Friday from 2 to 4
p.m. Parents and family
members are welcome
to hang out and use the
library, but the Wii activi-
ties will be available only
to teens. Come in and try
out your dancing skills
with "Dance, Dance Rev-
olution." Any questions
please ask Ms. Janice.
Sign up at the front
desk and receive a birth
month shape, write the
child's name and birth
date on it and we will
post it on our Birthday
Club board. September's
shape is a Crayola crayon.
Youngsters may come
into the library during
their birthday month, find
their name and shape on
the board and bring it
back to the front desk to
receive a prize.
The next Story Time
is Sept. 24 or 25 at 10:15
a.m. The theme is "Fall
Fun" Children who are at
least 3 years old are wel-
come to participate in the
stories, finger-plays and
crafts.
The next "Crafts
From Around the World"
program will be held
between 3 and 5 p.m. on
Sept. 29. Children ages
6 and up join us in our
travels around the world.
We will be stopping this
month in Japan, and the
craft will be a carp kite.
Children may start their
craft any time after 3 p.m.
and should finish by
5 p.m.
The next Lap Sit is
10:15 a.m. Tuesday with a
"Bath Time" theme. Lap


Sit programs are designed
for children under the age
of 3 and their caregiver.
The October First
Tuesday Lecture program
begins at 10:30 Oct. 7 in
the meeting room. Cof-
fee and cookies will be
served starting at 10 a.m.
Our guest lecturer will be
local author Dann Wallis,
who will speak on Ironies
of the Civil War. (See side-
bar).
Voter registration
forms and absentee bal-
lots are available at the
library. For more informa-
tion visit www.govote-
okaloosa.com.
The Friends of the
Library Book Sale Early
Bird Special is Oct. 3
from 5 to 8 p.m. Admis-
sion Oct. 3 is $2 for non-
Friends. No admission
charge Oct. 4 or 5.

STAFF PICKS
"50/50: Secrets I
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by Benjamin Mee (McN
590.734 ). In October 2006
the Mee family bought
a zoo and began the.
adventure of a lifetime.
Benjamin Mee, his wife
Katherine, 6-year-old
Milo, 4-year-old Ella,
Benjamin's brother Dun-
can and his 76-year-old
mother join together and
purchase the Dartmoor
Wildlife Park a zoo in the
English countryside. It
was Benjamin's dream to
refurbish the zoo and run
it as a family business.
The family members envi-
sioned opening the zoo in
the spring of 2007. They
had more than 200 exotic
animals to learn how to
care for as they became
trairne zookeepers. They
needed to make repairs to
the property and rebuild
the house that was also
located on the property.
Throughout the story
the) learn the mysteri-
ous lessons of the animal
kingdom. They also learn
how' to deal with family
tragedy when Katherine
is diagnosed with brain
cancer. As her illness
progresses the family
has to make a decision to
keep planning for the zoo
opening or give up the
dream. An unforgettable
family story.

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"My alma mater was
books, a good library I
could spend the rest of
my life reading, just sat-
isfying my curiosity." -
MalcolmX X1


FIRST TUESDAY LECTURE
Local au thor Dann WalliI will present "Irc'nie,- ot the C i,! War" for the Oct First TuIesida, Lecture at the Robert L F. Sikes
Public Library Man,, interesting. ironic tidbits of C,.ii War history v.%ill be dJicuse., irn- cludjirin:c the t', morI tfta:i'iou Jr Uniron gen-
erals .vhc. did not fight under the narnes gwern :to then at birth and hc,', rte Emar.:cipation Proclarnaticn.r did rlnot free -a ingle
sla..e and that Lincoln was not the first to issue it.
Walllis is the author of the historical fiction adventure no'.el "Burnin' D',liiint'" set in the earl, da,s cof the r's westernn
ca ir'ain. anr, area frequrient[,, overlooked t1:,. man, Ci.,ii War histriarr anjd nriter-. ,et the are -..here the f ti:.t ad at : a.t tes
of the war fought .4A sequel is in the works, lentatrivel, titled "Up Trail
The lecture begtlin ar 10 30 a.rn with conlee and coolo-ies serve,:i starting at 10 a mn The libr.ar,. i: zrlor.ted t 1 -J115
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celebrates



70th birthday


Special to the News Bulletin
Nicholas Barlotta, president of the new Crestview Exchange
Club, bangs his gavel, officially inaugurating the city's newest
service club.


New service



club chartered


Crestview Exchange Club

hopes to enhance community


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

With the bang of a gavel,
Crestview recently gained
a new service club.
The Crestview Ex-
change Club joins the
ranks of the city's other or-
ganizations committed to
making our area a better
place to live.
The National Exchange
Club was founded in De-
troit in 1911 and is de-
voted to four programs of
service Americanism,
community service, youth
activities, and its national
project, the prevention of
child abuse.
The word "exchange"
in the club's name was se-
lected because the group
wanted to exchange ideas
and information with like-
minded individuals about
how to better serve their
communities, according to
a history of the organiza-
tion on its Web site.
Accepting the charter
for the 24 founding mem-
bers of the Crestview Ex-
change Club was its presi-
dent, Nicholas Barlotta. He


thanked representatives
from the Niceville club -
Dorothy Miller, who is its
president, and Paul Mc-
Shane for their sponsor-
ship of Crestview's club.
The National Exchange
Club welcomed the new-
ly established Crestview
club with a presentation
of official banners, certifi-
cates and other club arti-
facts.
Crestview Mayor Da-
vid Cadle presented city
pins to state and district
officials who attended the
establishment of the Crest-
view Exchange Club.
As one of its first acts,
the club presented Crest-
view High School junior
Jordan Colclasure with a
certificate saluting his vol-
unteer work with young-
er students. Jordan also
played piano to entertain
at the gala.

The Crestview Exchange
Club meets every second
and fourth Thursday at 6:30.
p.m. at the First Presbyterian
Church at the intersection
of South Ferdon and West
James Lee boulevards.


Today Lillian Havard
Rein is 70. Many of her.
friends know her as "Lil,"
and her grandchildren
know her as "Nana." Her
family and friends would
like to wish her a very
happy birthday.
She was born in Chan-
cellor, Ala., and moved to
Crestview in 1968. By far,
she is the best Nana and


Mom around. Lillian has
two daughters, Audrey
and Scherie. She has three
grandchildren, Hayden,
Rylee, and Carson.
Lillian is married to
a wonderful husband
named Eugene Rein, also
known as Poppy. Family
and friends will be cele-
brating her birthday today
at Azteca at 5 p.m.


Young Gators chomp Straughn


Special to the News Bulletin
Evan Chandler and the Baker Area Youth Association 9-10
youth football team opened its season with a 20-7.wihn
against Straughn (Ala.). See more photos of Baker's youth
football players in the Sept. 20 edition of the Crestview
News Bulletin. Submit photos of your favorite local youth
football team to kylew@crestviewbulletin.com.


PROMOTED continued from A1


soldiers aspire to.
"For me, it is the per-
sonal satisfaction that I
have reached one of the
top enlisted tiers in the
army," Holland said as
he sat in his office.
"But having said that,
I would not be here to-
day, sitting in this of-
fice, if it were not for the
men out there," Holland
said pointing to the door
leading into the armory
staging area.
"It has taken a lot of
help and support from
them, but one of the
most important things
in my career has been
my good fortune to have
remained here in Crest-
view. Usually when we
are promoted we are
moved from one armory
to another throughout
the state, but in my case,
I have remained here, in
my hometown."
It has had more than
just a continuity effect on
those who serve under


him.
As Sgt. Steven Nixon
of Baker said of Holland,
"I am a farmer by trade,
but soldier by choice, and
it has been my privilege
to serve as one of 1st Sgt.
Holland's platoon lead-
ers. It is guys like him
who make this worth-
while for all of us."
According to Capt.
Love, the military de-
pends on its core of
professional and high-
ly trained senior non-
commissioned officers,
or SNCOs. It is an elite
corps whose standards
require the very best.
Now Holland has
joined those ranks.
"A good first sergeant
can make a bad com-
mander look good, but
a bad commander can-
not make a good first
sergeant look bad," Love
said.
Holland, who is mar-
ried and expecting an-
other child at any mo-


ment, is justly proud of
his achievements, but
he also understands the
complexities of his unit
and its personnel.
The makeup of the
armory staff and mem-
bership ranges from
tissue and organ trans-
plant technicians to soy-
bean farmers to asphalt
inspectors. They come
from as far away as Mi-
ami and as near as the lo-
cal area.
What drives them is
more than adding anoth-
er line in their resumes.
They are driven by a be-
lief of self-sacrifice and
brotherhood.
"At this level that is
what this is about," said
Capt. Love. "About pro-
tecting your brother sol-
dier, and no one does it
better than 1st Sgt. Hol-
land."

Congratulate 1Vt Sgt. Hol-
land by posting a note at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


It has taken a
lot of help and
support flom them,
but one of the most
important things in
my career has been
my good fortune

to have Iremained
here in Crestview.
Usually when we
are promoted we
are moved from
one armory to
another throughout
the state, but in
my case, I have
remained here, in
my hometown."
1st Sgt. James Holland


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department at Laurel Hill
School with a generous
donation; and Johnna Es-
terberg, a local artist, who
donated clay, glazes and
other tools to Laurel Hill's
arts program.
Tibbetts, too, had high
praise for those who help
school arts programs.
"If we don't support
the arts during tough eco-
nomic times, the arts will
go away, and that should
never happen," she said.
Many local schools are
fortunate to have full-time
arts instructors, including
choral and band programs
as well as teachers of visu-
al and performing arts.
Crestview High School
alumnus Joe Hernandez
returned to his alma mater
last year to teach drama.
His students are currently
in rehearsals for the Chris-
tie murder mystery "Ten
Little Indians," opening
in October. (See story on
page 7.)
CHS art teacher Laurel
Siwicki is excited to have
10 talented students in her
Advanced Placement art
program.
"Each has their own
style and own ambitions
for where they want to
go in their art careers,"
Siwicki said proudly. Stu-
dents in AP classes are
graded by college faculty
from the AP Board and can
receive college credit for
the course upon submit-
ting a portfolio of at least
24 pieces, she said.
After the CHS spring
arts show, Siwicki and
English teacher Kelly
Hayes plan to take a group
of students to Italy during
the summer to experience
some of the world's most
renowned art treasures.,
North Okaloosa Coun-
ty schools' arts programs
have consistently proven
to be important parts of
students' educations.
t "They help kids be bet-
'.ter cihzens and adults,"
said Tibbetts "I -\ant our
students to enjoy fine or
visual or performing arts
throughout their entire
life.
"We have to keep a na-
tion of citizens who are
literate in math and sci-
ence and reading, but we


IKE continued from Al


and his neighbors are in
dire need of man\ ba-sics.
from food to building sup-
plies.
"They are'in need of
water, canned goods,
handy-N~ipels :(since they
don't have clean water
right now), peel-and-seal
roofing material, plywood,
etc.," Fountain said.
Because of the expense
of flying needed goods to
the islands, after discus-
sions with Baker, Fountain
agreed financial support
would help the most and
get supplies to the island-
ers the quickest.
"By being in the fishing
industry, he has contacts
in south Florida, where he
sends his fish, and he feels
he could get supplies de-
livered to him from there,"
Fountain said. '
Fountain said Baker is
district president of South
Caicos and will be using
funds to assist others in


the community.
The Class of '82 estab-
lished a Jimmy Baker Re-
lief Fund -\ith Compass.
Bank. 1 .
"Donahons can. be
made at any Compass
Bank." Fountain said.
He said donors who
aren't; near a Compass
Bank can contact him at
(850) 650-t380 for infor-
mation on other options.
Fountain stressed the
urgency of helping their
classmate and his c6nstit-
uents.
"I know Jimmy will
appreciate knowing that
his friends and classmates
from Florida are behind
him and can be a part of
helping him rebuild his life
for him and his family."

Did you go to school with
Jimmy Baker? Share memo-
ries of your classmate at our
Web site, www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.


The address of the suspect named in the "Holt man
arrested on molestation charges" posted on the News
Bulletin Web site was not correct. The News Bulletin
apologies for the error.


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ART APPREQIAIrION
IN ELEMENTARY
SCHOOLS
Rae Schwartz has
been active with OVAL -
Okaloosa Volunteer Art
Lessons since 1989, a-
year after the elementary
arts program was found-
ed. Today she trains the
program's volunteers.
"The wonderful thing
about this is you need
no art background,"
Schwartz said. "If you
love looking at pictures
and helping with children.
you'll be a great success.
Volunteers do half-
hour lessons, "basically
critical thinking skills,"
based on the subject of
fine arts prints including
such famous works as
"Whistler's Mother" and
Gilbert Stuart's portrait of
George Washington.
"We do often draw."
Schwartz said. "Drawing
is a different way of
getting students to look
at a picture."
To be an OVAL
volunteer, call Diane
Meredith at the Okaloosa
School District, (850)
833-5856 or e-mail her
at meredithd@mail.
okaloosa.ki2.f.us.
"The fun thing about
this program is that
every volunteer brings
something different to
the classroom," Schwartz
said.
"What we're really
teaching long Term is how
to look at art. so when
these kids grow up and
they pass a museum or
an art gallery, they're not
intimidated and they can
go in there. We're giving
them a skill that opens up
experiences for them."

have to also have a nation
of people, who, are literate
in the arts," Tibbetts said.
"I think that's what makes
America strong."
Lyons also finds re-
wards in students' indi-
vidual artistic accomplish-
ments.
"There is nothing more
delightful than having
a student start the year
not feeling capable of do-
ing anything worthwhile,
only to discover a talent
and throw himself into his
new found passion," she
said.








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No Child Without Health Care



Fair exceeds expectations


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Mayor David Cadle was one of many volunteers who helped
bring food to Sharing and Caring this past Saturday.

Groups stock Sharing and

Caring's food kitchen


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
A parade of cars
and people stocked the
shelves at the new Shar-
ing and Caring building
with $1,500 worth of
food on Saturday.
The Old Spanish Trail
Cruisers, the Crestview
Elks #2624 and Walmart
chipped in to purchase
food for the local charity.
All three groups donated
$500 in food.
"They needed a help-
ing hand," said Betty
Clark, Exalted Ruler of
the Crestview Elks. "We
wanted to get them set
up so the\ have some-
thing to help people
\with."
Main Street Crest-
view Association. the
Crestview Medical Cen-
ter and the city of Crest-
view also were recog-
ruzed for their financial
donations to the ne\x
building.
City of Cresthiew offi-
cials helped to carry the
food into the organiza-


tion's new facility just
off of the intersection of
Wilson Street and Martin
Luther King Street.
"This is really, re-
ally appreciated," said
Madge Timmons of
Sharing and Caring.
"You don't know how
much.
"This has been my
dream for three years to
have the new building,
and doubly so with the
extra food."
The Old Spanish Trail
Cruisers led a caravan
that started the day at
Sharing and Caring,
drove tto pick up food.
and then returned to
Sharing and Caring to
stock the shelves
"The Old Spanish
Trail Cruisers always
want to help the com-
munirty." said Ron Gaut-
nev, a member of the
organization. "\Ve came
up with the idea. and it
went from there."
Se'e 'ideO honi the ILod
dt'/lh'l at da *' '.ifa t lter-


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The Mt. Zion A.M.E.
Church was transformed
into one of the biggest
health care facilities in the
area for a few hours Satur-
day.
. Organizers say more
than 500 people attended
the No. Child Without
Health Care Fair at the
church.
"A huge turnout,"
said Jean Lewis of Velma
Conyers Chapter #7A,
Order of the Eastern Star,
one of the fair's organizing
groups. "If you missed it, it
was a good time."
The fair provided physi-
cals, immunizations and a
chance learn about other
health care topics for chil-
dren who do not have ac-
cess to health care.
Organizers hoped to
raise money for children
in need of health care as-
sistance.
"Any child should have
a chance to see a doctor if
needed." Lewis said.
Multiple organizahonns
chipped in to make the day
a success. The Crestview
Police Department con-
ducted child fingerprint-
ing. The Northwest Florida
Blood Center had its mobile
donation station on hand.
Youngsters could play on
the slide and spacewalk
outside the church, and
then enjoy a free lunch.
Local physicians Dr lo-


seph Peter, Dr. Michael
Neuland and Dr. Tara Gon-
zales were among the many
health care professionals
who donated their time to
make the event a success.
Sharlene Cox served as the
event coordinator.
Sponsors included City
Council members Lil-
lie Conyers and Charles
Baugh; the 3rd Masonic
District, PHA; the North
Okaloosa Ministerial As-
sociation; the Concerned
Citizens Group; the Carv-
er Hill Historical Society;
and Hub City Ford.
"It's wonderful how
these organizations have
come together to provide
this event," said Crestview
Mayor David Cadle, who
made the fair his first stop
on a busy Saturday in the
community. "This is what
it means to be a part of
Crestview."
See video from the event at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Pholos by Kyle Wright /
Crestview News Bulletin
Above, Kyle Ayers, 5,
has his height
measured during
the No Child Without
Health Care Fair.
At left. Dr. Joseph
Peter checks a
youngster's vision
during the No Child
Without Health Care
Fair.


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The Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra and
Chorus will kick oft their sea
with a concert called "Good
Gold" Sept. 17.


Sept. 17. Good as Gold.
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T.:e- i [. '-1 Visit www.
nfsymphony.org."
-A Sept. 18. Dance With a
Star. L-.- .:b, ..iir. i -, .13, z
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app-ar: ail ir.i re:ll i.C FI.-.jI
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:E le b erl.. ; ..i 11,i l ,:i a group
1aia'.: lIE-:. -:n The ,app arar..: i,
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r.-.n : e r, Dre: i, 'i .rnarl a"ujal
o..r e-iTniir-llTial ITi
Sept. 24. 25. 27 and 28. "Rent."
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rid -..: ri.u 1 -.I i .1:li:r
F i .iir-; L:e hIr., mic..rnr.r Call
(850) 650-4579 or visit www.
ravemotionpictures.com for
information and advance ticket
purchase.
Sept. 29. Crafts From Around
the World. ,: rIllrert. i an up ..IIl
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r..iT. .ullurei ar:.ouidj ir .\.:,rll
S:, prrm al be Bol :. .
relri,.'. FCJli.: LiC-rar, Call
(850) 682-4432 for information
and advance registration
( required).
Sept. 30. What's Hot and
W hat's Not. ar,:.l :r. ar. rn: ai-
S'EC .- : I.rlani, : Ii ITERI'-i :" B,
L'e.:CoralibI Lebn pr-.: i] a Ire
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B u il.j i..l I" all r , *:.r, i r- ii :- e ill
-- rtiCu :- I,-j iQ I- inTiilCjl Call
(850) 244-2255 by that morning
to confirm seating.

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Oct. 2-5. "Ten Little Indians,"
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pe "-ire,-il C e ':. b .n-.i Hibr,
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are I. -r :[ijlude.j an alj ull: { .
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'-air- i.: e.lra Trbur.i a Fr.-,,e
anrI '.-alurj al "i:i p IT 2
P ,T. :-ur..., irnali.n, Call (850)
689-7177. x3640 for tickets or
information.
S;' Oct. 4. "Out of the Closet"
Art Seminar. ThE I :rir. 'r ,: al,:.:
u lui.U' -rl: : ].:,.:,:a11,'.-, p:,'e r I :
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upplhe- per.", arldpap-r pani

:pP' ; r-,i-,T ; e: er Bi. .:,P
.1u:eT |i,,,in Te- (850) 537-
5714. www.bakerblockmuseum.
org.
Oct. 8-11, "And Then There


Were None." r.aor.:-r -.r 1irF,
Ch.fa-Ti- nur.er ii -ler,
Cr- -ni-.-.I C. J'rlh..r.ziI Fl.'ri'Ja
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- Oct. 11, Family Folk Art
Experience. luri pi.lrarir.,
:, ,:lF .rr: inr.:luirn. par-rlirn.
papT er quill.ri ii an, arnd ,l-riEr
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I -IC 5 a- up i pon:iz--red -.
Ir.e I l:. ]r., l jl,-,, ; a ,ullural -r| :.
- -;:.al..:., Call (850) 682-3339
for registration and details. Tinie
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Tibetan monks will create a
dazzling "Mandala," or sand
painting, at the Mattie Kelly
Fine & Performing Arts Center
galleries Oct. 14-18.


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- Oct. 14-18. Mandala Sand
Painting. TIC.iean ura -.j.jlr,
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The Northwest Florida Ballet
presents "Dracula" Oct. 18 and
19. just in time for Halloween.

- Oct. 18 and 19. "Dracula:' The,
C-:-C iular Hall-:..c-h Cr.'.:..lu i-rt.
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C:,re, anri, rru .,: C, Lr-::l -raul .,
r ariT~. r'lar I.C.a : Barr, an.
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-rI e ',i er al I ,:.r' ,- -'I Fl,':,rj.a
:iai- i.ii.a:leg For tickets visit
www.nfballet.org or call (850)
664-7787.

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"Willy Wonka & the Chocolate
Factory" opens the Florida
Chautauqua Theatre's season
Oct. 23-26.

- Oct. 23-26, "Willy Wonka
and the Chocolate Factory."
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I-a re I.Lee r-br.:-uEre ran
nir, I, JEI-. 'niji .-bIr '. lbe
liT. inl: iujinri l Trh- ,'3ri r.lar,
F'ur.e liTia rri al..n arid i] '..:.|
a G:'ld.-en Ti:Fel and addi" i-:-.-e
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pi' ,:,,d C Ij,: C,,:,-, i,, e F Inri.l ea
Chautauqua Theatre, 850 Baldwin
Ave., DeFuniak Springs, 7 p.m.


T r,,jr Fr ,. i 1 i 0;: n ri :ur,
For tickets e-mail info'@fcweb.
org or call (850) 892-9494 for
tickets.
- Oct. 25.Tween the Rivers
Folk Art Festival. "r.:.n.-. :red.
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al-,.. ..iir. b re.l l .:.cd 1 I a rr,
- ipm i, :r i .ur'd '.l it.
Ba.ker Bl,:..:i I lu:eun-, Call
(850) 537-5714 or visit www.
bakerblockmuseum.org for
information. Fre"e, nl'r r:.n
erlne al: ,- ar, l,-Irer I:-C,.- : .. .ill CE
r.,, i .j ,uri.i ir.. I l;l ,.'. r.3 ..e,-I
- Oct. 25. Downtown Crestview
Fall Festival. Trhe r l anr. ir -i

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niiu..: iiree p-rl.rTar iri .-'
a.i-e aj iTad .re ir:.m urnil P.
p rr, Call (850) 689-3722 for
booth and vendor information.
- Oct. 26, Tops in Blue. The .11
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trin,3 ircir 5.'5. ar.r', : ..ring.r
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- Oct. 26 Dec. 4, Florida
Fellowship Art Exhibition. -ri
r. ,:,.\ repre ;. rroinr ;.:,'. -i, :. ir-, e
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r.iall I I F I, Fir.,e .. F'erlr.:.mrin.r i :
ieiger F. Pllr e rI

- Oct. 27. All-County Choir
Concert. Talerilen ,.:.juri .,.:.a li I
Ir nm ':i- al::,:,- a ,: .ur, i, iT..Ile an rd
ar.i:ir, ..:,,,l n, a C - ph rl.:.,n ,in ar .
ir.:re.jEl. .- e t rC.- I .:rh.ral r .ii .:
arTi lr, lri.:lid j a.r' -liu lE-n : lr.:.I i
( r-;.e... arj air ti rqh ';r..:.:.l
,-i m ire lr ;.; r- .:..:.l ,:r r.,_h : F,,:,,
a.-iT-, i.:.,. p T, .larii.e CII. Fine
P. Pe-'t:.rmrii..3 ri : er,[.r .lair
-: lae-
Oct. 27. Crafts From Around
the World. '- r.,ic-rri 6 aind up .ill
rir i, ire lunr. : .:i re 1- g .: r a ll
lr.-.rn ,:ullur : aC i rr ih ...:rl1.
1? r. n. l aIl ir.'C : ot,
re- ,-.. F Puhli: LiT.rar, Call
(850) 682-4432 for information
and advance registration
(required).



- Nov. 1. Baker Heritage
Festival. -ri-iuvil .:Ele.Cr ah.i'.r .,.1
ri-rin I lr.ea rn.: i or, r :ulur,
I,:,,:,, rijI-: arr a r i erirdae al
I E B l., : r L..:l f.: lu-s-J_ 'r .e ,r
i' p 'Ti ..Ec *jmrrc..riolr al-:ri'
Ih r. TII ..e j n I e l ir.:al :.
ei n I.:-, .e ir il :_.- r I .-l r' l rri.:,d

ere. Call (850) 537-5714 or visit
www.bakerblockmuseum.org for
information.
- Nov. 1-8, Art & Design Society
Art Week. Ch-i -. g r :rl "r.:.. enr.3
'jijl d C' r.lr, hr,, 'n i ii'per .:'r. ,.,pi-,
I.' .un- ar li .,-:.'Jr[ ..i'.: H[
ine .- ,i1'::i :I.: r ..p a i id ,all r.
1- Fir-:I -lrel i Fc.i '.' eli.rr, -.r 'r,
Call (850) 244-1271.
- Nov. 1-30, Bonded Art Exhibit.
E . lirili:,i ri, .,l .1. a Ti e : lilT
p riri: i troni iTrn i a' liT


II-i nr:e' ,:,rr :J il .-I :r i r .n in i
I1 I: e T r -I \I- o,,:,C :
ir l i ,., Futli" LiT, ar ,duriri,.
Openingihri ur: Call (850) 682-
4432 for Information.
- Nov. 1. A Night at the Opera.
TriE r i: rl i ...:- I -l,,ia : ,Tipr, :,ri,

Cl ar Iia; "I nr riip i.:', :r':
ele:.: r IrA,-rr : 'I i i. l :.p- r

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I lu rr 3 n lbi- Ih l.. 'rr i, ; .:ril,,
: I, pr :i : .: j I ,1 ii

- Nov. 8. Jungua: Descendants
of the Dragon. I i.rrrI. ;i FI.:. .a
.:il.i Ae i,' :ll. pr.- : a 1 ..3
irnlpa: Ihe alh lr.: eal l er'lanmIrl
expererrn.: ,' I I'- a l .'1 F ulrn Fu
.aC:r.:.a i,: mu" e:nd dar r:
di' am .eli': '.:-i"r uii r.li-..: pr.:p
an ir, 1 : .: .iiTe : .: ,..iTC n, e .- .I, l
brnra, lir .e l a.:.C':ar': ar-i maiTl,.al
ar rT i' a :i- r: r ; i:i T p I T, I,: e- :

- Nov. 13. Full Moon Indian
Hunting Camp. Jir.ii F,-rri F':'. -l I
ai-. .3.i : .,: : I . 1 .: r ij lui -ar..
I-., rirl a,_., 1. Il.:"-- a l ,:,ri, H a lr.,dh ar,-
,ni, e r Ibr. lull iTi.:..:.. : ae ,ple
Irni.ein ':ul,,ne r, an r, 'erid ':' n r. l
Iaurdrinr.3 rilh rlUle iTiu" -.r I 1'ale
F'earr-.r ,r inh.; Fehi.:.ar, I'.- r
Pre-Erni.-I., l.. Irb:et. '.: '
' : i .-. FjuCli.: LiC.r a Call
(850) 682-4432 for information.
(In case of rain, the event will


Discover local native heritage
at the Full Moon Indian Hunting
Camp at the Crestview Public
Library on Nov. 13.

Nov. 13. "Raiders of the
Lost Art" Jazz Ensemble Fall
Concert. : .- :: n raii: r i, ,
.h -:.,-- i,,irn : r l,- Il..r ir, ;r F l.:.,ja,
J.1r,.: l 'r-,:, _:. ] .1: :-il-lb I-_r .- jlah r

-li e ,"rb ri) i:i r iun i e .:1 l: : a--
Fr.,e 'ni p I-i .
Nov. 21-23. "Arch the Angel
of the 91st Airborne Division."
I" a rn,-r D- an e .3lr:, gl-.llr l h I.rnin |[Tian :
r'iu .:al 1 r -'a 5 r,, I I IlE ,.n b I i al,:ril
Sl'.i jlrc .au Tr li r,- -Ia'' a
pr,,,,Ju : I.:.r :- i FI. T I lu ,:' ,
S1,r all ir .I er. al.I .*: :i r: .:, : I
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L'eFj,-,: a prin),: p T Fri 5
: i : -i iTi :-uni Visit info@
fcweb.org or call (850) 892-9494
for tickets and show times.


"The Nutcracker:' a timeless
family favorite, will be performed
by the Northwest Florida Ballet
Nov. 22 and 23.

- Nov. 22 and 23, "The
Nutcracker." T-he IJ:.rrn,..- i
Fl,.rija Ball, pre .ienr a p rei-nr,,al
lailr. I r,,,-ldc a.,-: F-' ali
L-.ar: a ,1- ir,- i-O rlar.i -.j EBall- I.a r
ir, mIr r., l.:.ri-a ,J F l"-I brli !l Ir ael
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al C- In 1.l l ,i- I .'l 1, F ib .' .
F.r'-rrl,,rmiin-, C .-r, .r For ticket
information visit www.nfballet.
org or call (850) 664-7787.



- Dec. 2, Ceramics: Creation
and Celebration. Fir: iTu, d a,7

i hjre'II 1iri : ii I I I,- 1 ,:
irb.' 6'-:,E.L -:2 r- l, ,e. Futh-.:
LL.-r ar, Call (850) 682-4432 for
information.
- Dec. 4, "Nunsense" starring
Sally Struthers. I .:.rr.'..: i Fl,,r,,
;l le .;:ll ',.:e b r a.j,3. a, :er,- ;
L:.e ,liri .'..,Ir, ir, I:,n,,|.,u-,-rr ,, ,
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The Okaloosa Chamber Singers
will delight with their annual
Christmas concert on Dec. 5
and 7.


- Dec. 5 and 7, Okaloosa
Chamber Singers Christmas
Concert. Tr.,- eaEr., ,ar.iir:p.aied
rb,.li a, E e.il ., ill leailurE- in
u'u:,.': :.1 a h':r l .' .r .:ir.:rhe i|r.e l
,a- ,.:.: ITipa nriiTi ,t l a n, ,: arol' l.:,r
.:h,:ir a ,nd au iJ iEr: e -,li. -.:,rn
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F.:.r '.'; li. P:.r, '. : 3 p T- r i
F ir .r I Ir ne, r l i',,:, :l jr,:r. in
D-Furn.t 1:_:prirng: Call director
Dr. Marilyn Overturf at (850) 682-
9651 for information.
- Dec. 5. Madrigal Singers and
Bella Voci Christmas Concert.
i,.:.urmTie[ ..: :erl ar,d lujrinir.
. ,,: r- C .,T .,r.- ir. i dE-li.rniul
S.erCir.t .:.l ti.:.ld.ja, mu.li:C al
I 1i:. 'i ,, e Fi,:,n, a -l alE C- 1.:.l -
i, pC Ii.: T i i '
- Dec. 7. Northwest Florida
Symphony Youth Orchestra Fall
Concert. Fir. i [I-I. regi.-.r.
.i ,..un.' rnu' Ciar pE.,l-.rrm .a
:.:.r: r .:.I1 hb.hll.a, an, : la :..:Ial
-j'.- p ,T, Fr.e *
- Dec. 9. Davidson Middle
School Winter Concert. Hin in
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The Crestview High School
Chorus will present its eagerly
anticipated Christmas concert
on Dec.11.

Dec. 11. Crestview High
School Chorus Christmas
Concert. E'rnC-I: ir- ainiii, o:,r
a E.:li hllul '- in-ori: .:,I h':l.j a,
rinlij alurr. a .r aili.jdrital an'i'i
new c.,arol.:i. irn: lui g in. .-g -r-
CppuI er auimc.-.e .:intg-arinQg'.-imr
:,lnr i.qni p7 C i. r. II,-h P arl
T,rn.r "u- l..'iuiTi al ,H:.
Dec. 12. Holiday Pops. Tr.e
l-r.nr .e: i Fl,:,riIa e: .,Tmpc I n,
'.rb.:,ra an: d r,,.rru' pr,- enli a
p"''pulaI ,:,.;:-Er ol la.,nrle r,,:,l a,
CTiui.,.: T:.';F i: 1|.2. .i 3.'l pm r,
Dec. 13. Christmas in the
Country. I I-e, rai-a erin,,, li;:-al
e-nir. irri-e rrii ini rm ir, le; ...l
l'-i'.l':r arli- a.:,ri ar-n e ri| and ri j:.,
.:,Ir ,-r r,.:.l,.ja taln',l, 3.:1, ,Ilc i
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u lu ral l r- l ; i,:,.:,i li.n:. i a[ i ,
E'atr BIC.:. I.luJ-urn ,jrTiM-
TBE Call (850) 537-5712 for
information.
Dec. 15. Crafts From Around
the World. : biri.rn r. er. up An.il
enrilo,, inr lur,i I .:rel ai.ir, r C ai
,:..T iur : ar.:.un I. l :.rid
:" I:- . al i, lrtr i.: -, .:
:r 1 --.' F tl:iC: L .C-rar, Call
(850) 682-4432 for information
and advance registration
(required).
Dec. 16. Laurel Hill School
Elementary Music Program
Christmas Concert. Fre:-er.l,:j
t., i'lud-j i r.n'irom i raje: -'i i3,r,
ine :C .:l- ',:, nre uiTiir_ pr.:,.ranr
i.: riJ:C i-I C, Lne :.i-?l; TuT2-
ari ],:. a,,:a.-, TB- Call (850) 652-
4111 for Information.
Dec. 16. Crestview High
School Band Winter Concert.
C"lt.iral. in- r,:.lhiia, l .*,inh a
i,-' rr, Ir 11 I rC AiC h, yr ,rilirna i
.: ar,:.I ar-. j e'a :ral fiJ .:
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ire F arl T,I,-n r -uj il.:.i rnu j a I '-.H ,
- Dec. 16 and 17."Oliver!"
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pre:'.ii h: i-, .-r-,popjular Lrnel
Barr iTmu i '.31 rel alurii.Jr Lr, .'.a,'
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


Folk Art Festival adds to Heritage Day celebration


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The 4th Heritage Day
Festival is set for Nov. 1 at
the Baker Block Museum.
The event features a day
of fun for the entire fam-
ily with a large variety of
heritage demonstrations
and exhibits. Heritage
'Day is also one of the ma-
jor fundraising events that
helps provide many of the
educational programs of-
fered at the museum.


A new event has been
added to this year's cal-
endar that will feature the
work of area folk artists
and musicians. "Tween
The Rivers" Folk Art Fes-
tival is scheduled for Oct.
25 in the heritage park ad-
jacent the museum.
There will be several
individual programs held
in the museum in conjunc-
tion with the two festi-
vals. Long-term'plans are
to establish a week-long
festival that will showcase


area heritage and cultural
events with a variety of
seminars and classes of-
fered each day.
Elaine Courtney
from the University of
Florida Extension Ser-
vices will present a pro-
gram Oct. 23 titled "Who
Gets Grandma's Yellow
Pie Plate?" The seminar
will provide a guide to
passing on personal pos-
sessions or- non-titled
property and is sched-
uled for 10:30 a.m. at


the museum.
Peggy Veneable from
the Tama Tribal Town
of the Lower Muskogee
Creek Tribe will help ge-
nealogists track their Na-
tive American genealogy
roots in the southeastern
United States on Oct. 31.
She will also be on hand
during Heritage Day to
tell stories and talk about
the history of the Musko-
gee Tribe. Veneable is a
favorite at the museum
and very knowledgeable


in Native American gene-
alogy.
This year's Heritage
Day demonstrators will
include a blacksmith,
flintknappers, turpentine
tools, Native American
trading post, shingle mak-
ing, beekeepers, railroad
history, bluegrass and
gospel music, and much
more.
North Okaloosa His-
torical Association Presi-
dent Larry Bulger invites
everyone to come and


be a part of what he sees
becoming one of the best
folk life festivals in the re-
gion.
"The festival is gain-
ing momentum, we have
many of the favorites back
and a lot of new exhibitors
this year," said Bulger.
Handmade art and
craft vendors still have
time. to reserve booth
space for Heritage Day.
Anyone interested may
contact Rebecca Watkins
at 537-2351.


Arts in our communities


For the artist or the artist lurking within


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Cast members of "Ten Little Indians" rehearse at Crestview High School last week.
From left are Zach Hillard, Forrest Jenkins, Rochelle Kandler, Jarick Rivers,
Kelsey Hundley and Jason Porrata.


Crestview High drama club


practicing for perfection


'Ten Little indians' rehearsals underway


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainrrientr-
Editor

Nobody knew how to
craft a murder mystery
like the late Dame Ag-
atha Christie.
Her own stage adap-
tation of her 1939 thriller
"Ten Little Indians" will
be produced by the Crest-
view High School drama
club next month.
Under the watchful eye


of drama teacher Joe Her-
nandez, the story unfold-
ed on the Pearl Tyner Au-
ditorium stage last week,
where the cast members
are ready "off book," hav-
ing memorized their lines.
Take a butler and his
wife at an old house on
an English island, toss in
eight invited guests, then
bump them off one by
one. One of the 10 must
be the murderer, yet it is
.soon apparent than none


could have been.
Who dunnit? Be at
CHS auditorium for one
of the Oct. 2-5 perfor-
mances to find out.
Call 689-7177, x3640,
to reserve your tickets
now. Friday and Satur-
day night's show will
be preceded by a special
pre-show dinner catered
by the CHS Culinary
Arts program. Seats for
the dinner are limited so
book now.


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Whether you're al-
ready an artist or you
feel there's an artist lurk-
ing inside you, local re-
sources can help you dis-
play, find and encourage
your muse.
Exhibition space for
your work is available
at the Crestview Public
Library, with monthly
exhibits by .local artists.
hanging on the walls
and the opportunity to
display dimensional
art in the lobby display
cases. (Contact Sandra
Dreaden at 682-4432 to
discuss exhibiting your
work.)
Several area arts or-
ganizations are eager to
help you develop and
showcase your skills, be
they fine or .performing
arts.

North Okaloosa
Cultural Arts
Association
The North Okaloosa
Cultural Arts Associa-
tion welcomes artists of
any genre.
"This is an organiza-
tion that is driven by
the members, not from
the top down. We waht
it to be a group effort,"
said Larry Bulger, one
of the group's organiz-:
ers. "We're just looking
for people to make things
happen, that's our goal."
Bulger stressed that
the arts come in many
different varieties, and
all artists are welcome in


the NOCAA.
"We don't want it to
be just one area of the
arts. We want to see ev-
eryone encouraged,"
Bulger said.
When Bulger arrived
in the north county area.
several years ago, he was
surprised that the grow-
ing region didn't have an
arts organization.
"I figured if I don't do
something about bring-
ing the arts to the area,
then I wouldn't have
any reason to complain."
Bulger chuckled. I
The NOCAA has sev-
eral: events coming up
this. fall, including par-
ticipation in the "Tween
the .Rivers" Folk Arts
Festival and weekly Sat-
urday open mic nights at
the Convergence Coffee
House, 498 N. Wilson St.,
in Crestview for poets
and performers. (See the
Fall Arts Preview calen-
dar for details.)
"We're hoping by this
time next year there will
be something going on
every week in the north
county area," Bulger
said.
"We're not wanting to
own anything, we just
want to facilitate it and
get it on the way."
NOCAA meetings are
the third Tuesday of each
month at 7 p.m., location
TBA. All artists in .all
artistic genres are wel-
come. For information
call Bulger at (850) 902-
2678.

Around the county
The Arts and


Design Society. of
Fort Walton Beach has
many members from
Crestview and other
north Okaloosa commu-
nities, said member and
-Crestview resident Faye
Jones.
ADSO provides art
and pottery instruc-
tion for adults and chil-
dren as well as many art
competitions including a
regional juried fine arts
show, Jones said.
For more informa-
tion on membership
and activities,, call the
Arts & Design Society at
(850) 244-1271, or visit
www.artsdesignsoci-
ety.com. Their offices
and gallery are at 1.7
First Street, Fort Walton
Beach.
For enthusiasts of
the art of plein-air paint-
ing, the Emerald Coast
Plein Air Painters, affili-
. ated with Plein-Air Flor-
ida, welcomes you.
The local group is an
informal organization of
painters with a roster of
almost 100 artists.
Plein-ait painting is
done in the manner of
19th-century French im-
pressionists, emphasiz-
ing the effects of outdoor
light and atmosphere.
"We meet on Wednes-
day mornings at a desig-
nated location to paint
the beauty of northwest
Florida," said Jones,
who also belongs to this
group.
For information, e-
mail Carol Ann Cain at
carolanncain@cox.net or
call (850) 729-1709.


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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 2008








Here is a sampling of whnat people had to sayi
about recent north Okaloosi Couintyv inte' top-
ics. Comments were collected from the wiiaw.
crestvie'wbulletin.com Web lsite.

Topic: Crestview City Council votes to
transfer ownership of downtown Alatex
building to Florida A&M University.
Something positive for a change. FAMU-
Crestview does sound pretty good. The
building probably does have some cleanup
to complete before making a college out of
it. I bet the return of investment after the
community gets behind the idea for a col-
lege right here in the Hub City exceeds the
cost of the clean-up.
*
How much will cleaning up any lead-
based paint or asbestos cost? What busi-
ness leader agrees to a contract without
knowing the cost?
*
Well I'll be dang, Crestview's getting a
graduate-level school Good job City Coun-
cil, come on August 2010.
*0
Lets get this pharmacy school started.
OWC started out like this a few years ago.
I pray the same will happen for our city of
Crestview. FAMNU, the ball is in your comer
now, and Crestview is counting on you to de-
hver. The council made a bold move to iruti-
ate the FAMU project after hearing the voice
of Creshview's citizens. FALMU-Crestview.
now that has a good ring to it.
Topic: North Okaloosa Fire District
charter amendment to appear on general
election ballot.
I am so sick of hearing all the negative
comments about North Okaloosa Fire (Dis-
trict). Apparently some of you do not know
as much as you'd hke everyone to believe.
If you know so much about a firefighter's
income then you would know just how
lucky you are that there are people out there
who care more about you and your family's
well-being then they do about money. lMost
of them make less than the average person,
and they are the ones working a manda-
tory 20-25 hours overtime every week! To
those of you who think the fire department
needs to "tighten their belts" I would like
to ask you, how much you have cut back?
Ask yourself when was the last time you
went 3 or 4 years without a raise, or the last
time you had to do Your job with 75 percent
less staffing than you needed to do the job
expected and still did it right' If you have
such a problem with it, why don't you annex
your property into the city of Crestview and
pay them so every time you need their help
you can enjoy watching them pull up in the
brand new fire trucks bought on your tax
dollars, (gas also purchased on tax dollars)
while in the meantime the only new vehicles
North Okaloosa is getting are used and do-
nated. Yet somehow they still arrive minutes
before. Just remember the next time you dial
911 or your house is on fire, thank the fire-
fighter who responds to help you even after
knowing you could care less about them!

Want to add to the Hubbub? Sendi your
thoughts on any north Okaloosa County news
topics to kulew@crestriewbulletur.com, or post
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Profundity
Brian Hughes

"I think all the people of the world
are brethren. Then why are the waves
and wZinds so unsettled today?"

MATSUHITO
(1852 1912)
Meiji Emperor of Japan


PASSING Alatex building transfer


S HOTS had to be done
'Kyle Wright


Stupid out-of-area
drivers.
I was returning to north
Okaloosa County on State
Road 85 after visiting a vaca-
tioning relative in Destin.
I was in the middle of
the road's three lanes as I
approachedthe north end
of Shalimar, where the road
merges to two lanes.
The driver in the turn-
only lane to my right didn't
realize her lane would end.
She began creeping into my
lane.
I tried to speed up to get
out of the way, but my new
roadside friend channeled
her inner Dale Earnhardt
and tried to turn the situa-
tion into a drag race.
I immediately swerved
into the outside lane to avoid
getting sideswiped.
Did I follow all of the
driver's ed guidelines for
changing lanes check mir-
ror, check mirror, check blind
spot, gradually merge?
No way. One look had to
suffice.
Was it the right decision
nonetheless?


Absolutely.
I thought of the incident
often following the most re-
cent Crestview City Council
meeting.
The meeting concluded
with the vote to transfer by
fee simple title the down-
town Alatex building to Flor-
ida A&M University, where
FAMU is expected to build a
pharmacy school.
Did the council dot literal-
ly every 'i' and cross literally
every 't' regarding the issue
before making its decision?
Probably not.
(Example: I walked out
of the meeting unsure of' .
whether the council was
agreeing to FAMU's,request
for the city to foot the bill to
remove hazardous materi-
als from the building, or
just agreeing to transfer the
building via fee simple title).
Was it the right decision
nonetheless?
Absolutely.
Understand: The coun-
cil members were voting
on more than just how to
transfer the Alatex building
to FAMU. They also found


themselves picking between
two equally valuable -
though completely contradic-
tory bits of common sense.
1) "He who hesitates is
lost."
The three council mem-
bers who voted in favor of
the transfer as outlined in
a letter from FAMU likely
would agree.
2) "Be sure to look before
you leap."
That's all Linda Parker,
who voted against the trans-
fer as outlined in a letter
from FAMU, was really try-
ing to say.
, (On a related note, all
city'councdl members and
employees involved in this
project should be required
to speak with local resident
William D. Moise Sr., who
experienced a similar situa-
tion as a council member in
Providence, R.I., Mr. Moise
said a similar decision to
provide city buildings for
higher education in Provi-
dence did not benefit Rhode
Island's state capital. City of-
ficials would be wise to ask
Moise how Crestview can


avoid a similar fate).
The final take here: The
fee simple title transfer had
to be done.
FAMU's request to re-
ceive the building via fee
simple title appeared non-
negotiable. I can give you
countless examples from
the sports world of teams
that lost out on valuable as-
sets because they went one
round of negotiations too far:
The real or imagined
specter of another city
swooping in to grab the proj-
ect the out-of-area driver
edging into Crestview's lane
-also loomed.
Did the council decision
represent the governmental
equivalent of a textbook lane
change?
'Probably not.
Was it something that had
to be done?
Absolutely.

Kyle Wright is the News -
Bulletin Editor. Contact him
at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com. Visit the
"Passing Shots" blog at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Crestview deserves more from council members


The citizens of Crestview
deserve niuch more from a
city council member than
one who wakes up long
enough to read a prepared
script in the form of a mo-
tion to give away city-owned
historical and financial assets
with few strings attached.
As if that were not
enough, the agreement ap-
proved during the most re-
cent Crestview City Council
meeting specifies the city will
clean all hazardous materials
from the 70-year-old build-
ing at a price that is yet to be
determined in order to gift
the building to the Florida
A&M University. .
Hard to believe, but you
read correctly. The city of
Crestview will be responsible
for cleaning "all hazardous
material, including, but not
limited to, asbestos and lead
based paint" from a building
constructed in 1937, once the
university engages a firm to
conduct an environmental
audit and gets back to the
city with a price tag.
During last Monday
night's city council meeting
council member Bob Allen
read a prepared motion to
transfer a fee simple title
without restrictions or other
limitations of the city-owned
Alatex building to FAMU.
His motion was seconded
quickly by Charles Baugh,
in what appears to have be-
come a standard motion-and-
second method of operation
between the two. Chip Wells
cast the third and deciding
vote. The motion carried 3-1,
with the lone nay vote com-
ing from Linda Parker.
(Council President Lillie
Conyers was not present
for the meeting. Conyers


S....... remains hos-
pitalized in
Tallahassee
following an
automobile
accident, but
continues to
show signifi-
Ann cant improve-
Spann ment accord-
ing to family
members).
FAMU has pledged $2.5
million appropriated by
the state to begin .rerova-
tions. on the building It will
complete the renovations
and begin operations with
an additional $8 million,
presumably if the state leg-
islature comes through with
the additional appropria-
tions. ',
The deed will contain
a reverter clause, but the
agreement gives the univer-
sity five years to commence
construction or renovation
on the building. Parker and
several citizens in attendance
asked for consideration of a
long-term lease to the uni-
versity, since the city uses the
property and building as a
match for city grant requests
and could continue to do so
if it owned the building.
During a previous meet-
ing, officials from FAMU
declared their willingness to.
work with the city for joint
use space within the build- ~
ing. The university also has
several facilities across the
state that are leased. The
:council has forfeited the abil-
ity to negotiate these or any
other issues in its haste to
give the building away.
Allen argued the city must
hurry before someone else
comes along and swoops the
project away from Crestview.


That argument implies Allen
has little faith in State Sen.
Durrell Peaden's ability to.
retain the project which
he introduced and for which
he obtained legislative fund-
ing in his hometown of
Crestview. It is beyond im-
probable the senator would
lose control of this project
and a weak argument on Al-
len's part.
Mr. Baugh believes "we
sowed the seeds for some-
thing great for the city of
Crestview" by giving away
the anchor to the city's his-
toric district. Sadly, he failed
to recognize the great seeds
that have long been a part
of our community, the very
ones that made his gift pos-
sible.
Two women who should
be credited for their role in
the preservation of the Alatex
building quickly come to
mind. Pearl Tyner donated
$27,000 to match state grant
funds to roof the building,
saving it from destruction.
Caroline Allen lobbied hard
for the preservation of the
building and was the first
.to suggest a branch library
there after a previous council
moved the city's public li-
brary to the northern edge of
the city limits. Both women,
now deceased, were strong,
advocates of education and
would no doubt be proud
of the FAMU school in our
city. Both were equally as
strong advocates for histori-
cal preservation and financial
accountability and probably
would be ashamed of the
irresponsibleness.
The historic preservation
advocates who have fought
to preserve this building
have been labeled as "crazy"


by some of the very same
individuals who wanted it
bulldozed down for a park-
ing lot and were equally
as anxious to give it away.
It's obvious if the "crazies"
had not succeeded in the
first place, the city'would
not have a building to offer
FAMU. The council should
have given that fact more
consideration.
Parker spoke of the build-
ing's value as a city asset, its!
historic value and work that
has already been done on it,
both through private contri-
butions and city funds.
"My issue is accountabil-
ity and responsibility for the
city of Crestview, no matter
who we are dealing with,"
said Parker.
Now there's an idea: An
elected official who is ac-
countable and responsible to
the citizens who elected her
and to her own city before
outside interests.
Sadly, only a handful of
citizens attend city council
meetings. The voter turnout
in the last municipal election
was approximately 14 per-
cent of those registered.
Hopefully a few responsi-
ble citizens will step up to the
plate for city's next election T-
in March 2009. The seats held
by councilmen Wells and
Baugh will be on that ballot,
but the city is stuck with Al-
len until 2011. The city could
benefit from the leadership of
independent thinkers', with
business savvy who will be -
accountable for city assets
and funds.

Contact News Bulletin
photographer Ann Spann at
682-6524 or e-mail anns@crest-< ',
viewbulletin.com.


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Crestview Police
Dept. reports
9/3: JOHN A. ATKINS, 32, of
23122 McCauley Lane, Opp, Ala.,
was charged with sale of metham-
phetamines within 1,000 feet of a
school and bringing a controlled
substance (methamphetamines)
into the state. CHRISTINA K.
ATKINS, 21, of 23122 McCauley
Lane, Opp, Ala., was charged
with sale of methamphetamines
within 1,000 feet of a school.
9/5: JAMES JUNIOR JACK-
SON, 30, of 548 S. Savage St.,
Crestview, was charged with tres-
passing on public housing.
9/6: RODNEY LEE SNYDER,
35, of 2951 Aplin Road, Crest-
view, was charged with operating
a motor vehicle without a valid
license.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
8/29: JONATHON HILLARD
DAVIS, 25, of 158 Cross Drive,
Crestview, was charged with un-
armed burglary to a structure and
grand theft.
8/31: ALBERT D. CADEN-
HEAD, 23, of 6411 Lake Ella
Road, Crestview, was charged
with felony battery by strangu-
lation and battery, both with do-
mestic violence.
9/3: RICHARD LEE MCKIN-
NEY, 41, of 3442 Ivy McCormick
Lane, Crestview, was charged
with cultivation of marijuana,
grand theft, tampering and/or
destruction of physical evidence.





Ruby Roberts
Ruby Roberts, age 86, of Crest-
view, passed away Friday, Sept.
12, 2008. She was born on Jan. 8,
1922 in Crestview and was a life-
long resident. Mrs. Roberts was a
homemaker and Pentecostal by
faith.
She was preceded in death by
a daughter.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 671 years, Elton Roberts;
three children, Virginia Delores
and Jerry Mitchem, Dorothy V.
and Ray Bolton, and Larry E.
Roberts Sr.; one sister, Roma Lee
and husband Fred Henderson; 10
grandchildren, 17 great-grand-
children and two great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14 at
Auburn Pentecostal Church with
Pastors Ron Williamson and
Steve Bolton officiating. The fam-
ily will received friends Saturday,
Sept. 13, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
the funeral home. Brackney Fu-
neral Service, Crestview, was in
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for Ruby
Roberts online at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.








From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

LIBRARY MEETING:
The Friends of the
Crestview Library will meet
at the library on Thursday
at 10:30 a.m.
The'featured speaker
will be Joe Barley, vice
president of the Friends,
wlho will talk about his
travels in Europe this past
summer.
The public is invited.
The library is located on
Commerce Drive.
COLORING CONTEST:
The Ladies Auxiliary of
the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 5450 is hosting a
coloring contests for pre-k
and kindergarten students.
First prize is $25, and
second prize is $15.
Poppy wreath coloring
entries can be picked up
at the Bulletin office on
U.S. Highway 90 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Entries
should be turned in by
Sept. 26. Winners will be
announced by Sept. 30. All
entries will be sent to the


military troops overseas
for Veteran's Day. Details:
Lynn, at 537-3375 any time,
or Kelly, 537-9321, after 5
p.m.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
Babysitter Training -
Sept. 27
Standard First Aid w/
CPR and AED (adult,
infant, child) Sept. 20
CPR adult, infant, child -
Sept. 23 and 25
CPR/AED adult Sept.
29
Bloodborne Pathogens -
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Crestview's Knights of
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Prices are $31 for
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longest drive.
An awards luncheon
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upcoming events.
Saturday, Sept. 20 at 8
a.m. Volunteers needed for
maintenance on Eglin trails.


Details: (850) 341-1389.
Saturday, at 8 a.m.
Trail maintenance at Fort
Pickens. Details: (850) 932-
0125.
Sunday, at 8 a.m. Hike
on the Juniper Creek Trail.
Details (850) 939-0966.
Sept. 23 at 6 pm.
Monthly meeting of the
Florida Trail Association
at LaRumba restaurant in
Niceville. Visitors welcome.
Details: 682-6098.
Sept. 27 at 8 a.m. Hike
the Cimarron Section to
Yellow River. Details 682-
6098.
HUMAN
TRAFFICKING: Inspector
George Collins of the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office will present "Human
Trafficking" Sept. 24 at
7 p.m. at the Crestview
Knights of Columbus Hall,
701 E. James Lee Blvd. in


Crestview.
The public is invited,
and light refreshments
are provided free of
charge. ,
LIBRARY SALE
DONATIONS: The Friends
of the Crestview Library
are asking for donations of
used books, VHS movies
and DVDs for the fall book
sale in October. Items will
be accepted at the library,
on Commerce Drive in
Crestview, behind the post
office.
All types of hardbound
and paperback books are
needed, but no magazines.
To arrange pickup of
books and movies in
north Okaloosa County,
call Flo Lembeck at
689-1535 or Dot Moxcey at
682-5759.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: are held the


first Tuesday of each month
at 10:30 a.m. in the library
meeting room.
FALL FESTIVAL
PARTICIPANTS are
wanted for the Main Street
Crestview Association's
Oct. 25 event. Forms may
be picked up at the Main
Street Program Director's
office in the west wing of
City Hall at 198 N.
Wilson Street in Crestview.
They should be
completed and returned
no later than
5 p.m. Oct. 15.
QUARTER BINGO:
The Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every
Tuesday. The games run
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The
K of C hall is located at
701 James Lee Boulevard,
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SCHEDULE
Today
Middle School Cross
Country
Richbourg at Davidson,
3 p.m.

Middle School
Volleyball
Davidson at Liza
Jackson, 3 p.m.
Meigs at Richbourg,
3:30 p.m.

Thursday
High School Boys Golf
Crestview, Miracle
Strip Invitational at FWB
Municipal, 8 a.m.

Junior Varsity Football
Crestview at Choctaw,
4,p.m.

High School Volleyball
Baker at Freeport, (JV)
5 p.m., (V) 6 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Opp, Ala., (V)
6 p.m.
Escambia at Crestview,
(JV) 4 p.m., (V) 6 p.m.

High School Cross
Country
Baker at Walton,
3:30 p.m.

Friday
High School Football
Panama City Arnold at
Baker, 7 p.m.
' West Gadsden at
Crestview, 7 p.m.

Knights of
Columbus Golf
Tournament
Crestview's Knights of
Columbus Council 7968
will hold its annual golf
tournament Saturday at
Foxwood Country Club.
Entry fees are $31 for
Foxwood members and $45
for non-members. There
will be prize money for win,
place and show, along
with closest to the pin and
longest drive.
An awards luncheon
will follow with a menu
consisting of roast beef,
turkey, potatoes, vegetables
and desert. Door prize
drawings will follow the
luncheon.
'Entry forms can be
obtained by calling Bob
Kopp at 826-0137 or Herb
Fosman at 423-12.62. Entry
forms can also be obtained
at the Foxwood Pro Shop.

Foxwood Night
Golf
Night golf is coming to
Foxwood Country Club
Saturday.
Play gets underway at
7 p.m. with a shotgun start.
Entry fee is $25 per
player and includes cart and
tee gift.
Team pairings will be
done by Foxwood.
Drink specials start at
5 p.m.
The event is limited to the
first 48 paid players.

Hooters Charity
Golf Tournament
Hooters of Crestview will
hold its third annual Charity
Golf Tournament on Oct. 3
at Heritage Plantation Golf
and Country Club.
Proceeds from the
tournament will go to the
Mike Josey Foundation.
Cost of the tournament
is $200 per foursome.
A Hooters girl will be
assigned to each team as
a caddy.
Sponsorships also are
available for $100, $400 and
$500.
For more information call
the Crestview Hooters at
259-3567.
See NOTES B4


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Baker quarterback Cameron Domangue (1) heads downfield with an escort from Ryan Wickery (50).




CLASHof the




UNBEATEN N S


Baker prepares to host Arnold


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Things couldn't have gone much
better for the Baker football team in the early
going.
The Gators opened the season with a 20-14
win against Bozeman as Cameron Domangue
rushed for 285 yards. They followed the Boze-


man victory with a 35-14 win against Franklin
County. Domangue went over 200 yards rush-
ing for the second time.
"Franklin County was a inuch-improved
team over last year," Baker coach Bob Kellogg
said. "I thought our kids played well Friday
night. We got better from the Bozeman game to

See CLASH B3


Dawgs seek a happy homecoming


CHS hosts West Gadsden


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Homecoming comes early
for Crestview this year when
the Bulldogs host West Gads-
den on Friday.
The Bulldogs (1-1) are com-
ing off of a tough 28-26 loss
against county rival Niceville,
but the Class 1A Panthers
should be just the cure for
anything that ails the Dawgs.


Bulldog coach Matt
Brunson was upbeat despite
Friday's loss.
"You find your biggest im-
provement between week one
and week two in the regular
season," he said, "and we
found our biggest improve-
ment in the third quarter the
other night.
"If we can continue on the

See DAWGS B3


Crestview's
Chris
Pickett
heads to
the outside
during the
Dawgs'
game
against
Niceville
this past
Friday.
Nick
Tomecek
/ Florida
Freedom
Newspapers


Close loss could propel Bulldogs to big things


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Anyone who missed
Friday's Crestview-
Niceville football game
missed a classic.
The Bulldogs trailed
by 21 points with 9:44
left in the third quarter
before mounting a furi-
ous comeback that fell
just short. Niceville held


on for a 28-26 win.
Some people in atten-
dance said the game re-
minded them a lot of the
1982 contest between the
Eagles and the Dawgs.
That was the last time
Crestview pulled off a
win against Niceville. It
is my understanding a
wild comeback was part
of the 1982 win.
At times it was almost


as if the spirit of the
young men who played a
part in that long-ago win
were willing their team
to another improbable
win.
I wasn't at that 1982
game, but I've witnessed
plenty of CHS games in
the last seven-plus years.
I'd rank Friday's game
the second-most exciting
I've covered.


The one that gets top
billing is Crestview's 30-
27 overtime win against
Milton in the Class 3A
regional finals in 2002.
Then in his second
year as head coach, Matt
Brunson rolled the dice
and trusted hard-running
tailback Adam Phillips
to score a late touchdown

See BIG THINGS B3


VOLLEYBALL
Niceville 3, Crestview 0
Niceville's volleyball team
came out swinging Sept. 9
in its season opener against
Crestview.
Led by a 10-kill perfor-
mance by senior outside hit-
ter Ijanae Holman, the Eagles
had 30 kills as they swept the
Bulldogs 25-16, 25-9, 25-11
in a District 1-5A match.
Niceville's win spoiled
the home debut of first-year
Crestview coach Ashley
Miller.
Holman set the tone for
the night on the first rally
of the match with a kill to
give the Eagles the lead.
A Niceville error allowed
Crestview to tie things up at
1-1, but the Eagles
responded with three un-
answered points and never
trailed.
Niceville pushed the
lead to 13-5 before a rally
sparked by a Jacey Sanders
block allowed the Bulldogs
to pull within five at 17-12
with Lauren Estep in serve.
Some youthful Bulldog mis-
takes helped cool the rally as
Niceville went on an 8-4 run
to end the first set.
"We knew they were
good," Miller said. "We ex-
pected them to be good. We
definitely didn't underesti-
mate them. The first set we
came out and played well.
The third set I thought we
staged a little bit of a come-
back."
The Eagles get off to a
quick 8-1 start in the sec-
ond set. Crestview pulled
within 9-5, but .back-to-
back Niceville kills helped
stretch the lead to 14-6. The
Bulldogs never challenged
again.
With Karson Hinds in
serve, the Eagles scored the
first seven points of the third
set as Crestview never got
closer than 8-3.

Baker 3, Vernon 0
Baker's volleyball team
earned a hard-fought victory
over Vernon on Sept. 9, giving
first-year coach Lisa Roy her
first win
The Gators downed
Vernon in three sets, winning
26-24, 25-21, 25-13 to claim
the District 1-2A win.
Baker (1-2): Lauren Griffith
26 assists; Kaylee Bradley
11 kills; Kali Flanders 8 kills;
Courtney Fountain 7 kills, 8
digs; Allyssa Horn 6 kills, 5
blocks.

Rocky Bayou 3,
Laurel Hill 1
Allison van de Voorde
scored 16 points on six aces
to help push Rocky Bayou to
a 25-23, 25-18, 12-25, 25-19
win against Laurel Hill.

Baker 3,
Pensacola Christian 0
Led by Kaylee Bradley at
the net, Baker (2-2) won a
non-district contest, 25-21,
25-19, 25-23 on Thursday.
Baker: Kaylee Bradley 13
kills; Kali Flanders 6 kills,
9 digs; Courtney Fountain
6 kills, 7 digs; Allyssa
Horn 5 kills; Lauren Griffith 22
assists.

Laurel Hill 3, Bethlehem 0
Laurel Hill improved to 5-3
on the year with a victory over
Bethlehem in three sets in a
non-district contest on
Friday.
The Hoboes won 25-17,
25-7, 25-22.
Katie Free led the way
with seven kills and three
aces, while Amanda King and
Amber Richie had four aces.
Britany Kelley had three aces
and Elizabeth VanWinkle con-
tributed six assists.

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Photos by Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Above, the Baker Gators take the field for their game against the Franklin County Seahawks this past Friday.
At left, Baker quarterback Cameron Domangue ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more.
At top left, The Baker band, "The Sound of the Swamp," entertained the crowd at halftime.


Above, Jaylynn Gibbons
finds a big hole as he
goes up the middle for the
Davidson Panthers.
At right, the DMS
cheerleaders cheered the
Panthers to victory during
their first game
of the season.
Below, the Richbourg
Roadrunners take the
field for their opening
game of the season.
Bottom, the Davidson drum
line was a favorite with the
crowd.


Baker


improved
to 2-0 for
the first
time since
the Jeff
Webb era;
Franklin
County
still seeks
the first


BAKER 35,

FRANKLIN COUNTY 14


This was
Franklin County 0 6 0 8 14 Baker's third
Baker 14 7 7 7 35 offensive
1ST QUARTER / play and
BAKER Cameron Domangue 60 run (David Beck Domangue's
kick), 10:30 first carry of
BAKER Cameron Domangue 4 run (David Beck kick), the game
6:32
2ND QUARTER
FRANKLIN COUNTY Gene Anderson 2 run (pass failed)


win in 3:57
school BAKER Kellan Meeks 26 pass from Cameron
history Domangue (David Beck kick) 2:34
3RD QUARTER
BAKER Josh Rose 20 pass from Cameron
This score / Domangue (David Beck kick) 3:39
came on / 4TH QUARTER
third-and- FRANKLIN COUNTY Kevin Beasley 10 run (Gene
goal from Anderson run), 9:38
the 20 and BAKER Marcus Jones 3 run (David Beck kick), 7:48
put Baker
ahead PLAYER STATISTICS
28-6 OFFENSE
PASSING Baker, Cameron Domangue 5-7-0-83, Logan
Cameron Wagner 0-1-0-0.
C...... RUSHING Baker, Cameron Domangue 14-236,
Domangue Marcus Jones 11-64, Billy Whatmough 4-30, Kellan
has 521 Meeks 3-13, Vada Moore 1-4. '
rushing RECEIVING Baker, Kellan Meeks 2-33, Josh Rose 2-32,
yards Cameron Davis 1-18.
in two
games DEFENSE -


The
Seahawks'
rushing
total
includes
a 20-yard
loss on a
bad snap


Baker
scored
one play
after
senior
Billy
Whalmough
left the
game with
an ankle
injury

Baker
didn't
force any
turnovers,
but a
. penalty
wiped out
nn IMT


Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss not included that would
in total) Kellan Meeks 4-8-14, Dakota Hooper 9-2-11, have
Cameron Davis 6-5-11, David Beck 3-7-11, Tyler Holley ended
5-2-7, Tyler Moberly 3-3-7, Josh Rose 2-4-6, Josh ended
Williams 1-4-6, Preston Nixon 0-6-6, Vada Moore 2-1-4, Franklin
Brandon Ates 3-0-3, Christian Mainor 0-1-3, Jacob County's
Lawson 0-3-3, Billy Whatmough 1-1-2 second
Tackles for loss-- Christian Mainor 2, Kellan Meeks 2, scoring
Josh Williams 1, Vada Moore 1, Tyler Moberly 1, David drive
Beck 1.


when
Franklin TEA
County
was close TOTAL NET YARDS
to scoring NET YARDS RUSHING
late in the NET YARDS PASSING
first half FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-YARDS


M STATISTICS Baker
FC BAKER averaged
267 430 10.5
34-114 33-347 yards per
13-21-0-153 5-8-0-83 rushing
1-6 0-0 rushing
6-46 7-60 attempt


NICEVILLE 28,

CRESTVIEW 26


Crestview


A pair


has not Niceville 6 15 7 0 28 of pass
has not Crestview 0 7 6 13 26 interference
defeated 1ST QUARTER calls'against
Niceville NICEVILLE Stephan Haynes 2 run (conversion CHS aided
since failed), 4:45 the first
1982 2ND QUARTER Niceville
NICVEVILLE- Reed White 29 FG, 11:48 Nce
NICEVILLE Stephan Haynes 4 run (conversion failed), score
9:43
CRESTVIEW- D.D. Johnson 9 run (J.T. Arnold kick),
6:41
NICEVILLE Kody Williams 73 pass from Rick
Niceville / Whiddon (conversion failed), 5:26 This was
needed / 3RD QUARTER the first
just three NICEVILLE- Rick Whiddon 11 run (Reed White kick), of three
plays to 9:44 botched
answer CRESTVIEW D.D. Johnson 12 run (kick failed), 5:11 snaps for
the first 4TH QUARTER Niceville's
Crestview CRESTVIEW-- Jason Parker 3 run (J.T. Arnold s ecial
score kick), 5:43 \ special
CRESTVIEW Artis Coleman 6 pass from Jason teams
Parker (conversion failed) :30

PLAYER STATISTICS
OFFENSE
Niceville's PASSING- Crestview, Jason Parker 10-13-0-130.
defense RUSHING Crestview, D.D. Johnson 26-140, Jason Chris
ense arker9-80, Chris Pickett2-12, Jordan Glover 3-11, Pickett'O
stopped Amond Robinson 1-9, Jerry Slier 2-1. punt
Chris RECEIVING Crestview, Jordan Glover 4-73, Chris to
Pickett Pickett 3-42, Artis Coleman 3-21, Allen Caldwell 1-4. threturn to
on the the Eagl
Dawgs' DEFENSE 15 set up
two-point Crestview tackles-assists-total- Gabe Goodson 2-7-9, this score
attempt to Amond Robinson 2-6-8, Chris Pickett 1-5-6, Ben Baber
seal the 3-2-5, B.J. McClure 1-4-5, George Frye 2-2-4, Darius
win Robbins 0-4-4, Jordan Glover 1-2-3, Levi Hendrix 1-2-3,


Niceville
had just
two first
downs /
during the
second
half


Jerry Slier 1-1-2, Josh Jadin 0-2-2, Mitch Kertis 0-1-1,
Cortez Whatley 0-1-1, Billy Grace 0-1-1
Opponent's fumbles forced Chris Pickett. This
Opponent's fumbles recovered Amond Robinson fumble
recovery
TEAM STATISTICS led to
N C a CHS
FIRST DOWNS 11 19 score
TOTAL NET YARDS 302 332 after an
NET YARDS RUSHING 29-193 48-209 exchange
NET YARDS PASSING 5-9-0-109 11-15-0-130 of
FUMBLES-LOST 2-1 4-1
MTLPTIES-YARrDS 7-57 6-59O possessions


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-CLASH continued from B1

Franklin County.
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Marlins are off .to a 2-0 It doesn't g
:start. Arnold destroyed extra confidence
-Bay 49-21 and Bozeman "We know they
42-14 behind the running to be mad becau
of junior running back Jer- er school beat
;emy Lester. year).
Last year Baker upset "We can't sn
-Arnold 34-20. Kellogg them this yea
"knows the Marlins haven't they know we
.,forgotten the beating. and are going t
" "We went down there The Gators a
:last year and really up- at their wins thi
:set them," Kellogg said. help build their
,"I think they took us real "Our confidE
Slightly last year so we are a little bit (beca
-,kind of a marked team 2-0 Lstart)." sen
This year. They feel like it's Ryan \Vickerv
"payback time. we can't get ove
"One of their coaches and big-headei
made the comment to me they could con
that last year when they and easily take
were looking at film of "If we do v
us, one of their kids;said make a big sta
'e looked like a IV team. show all the sc
1 think they found what a w\e are going to
JV team plays like." to contend with
Senior offensive line- The Gators
man Blake Bollinger isn't. without starting'
putting any stock in last and defensive
year's win over the Mar- Whatmough, w
ns. h is leg against


SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin IB3


DAW GS continued from B1


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County. Christian Mainor
probably will get the nod
in the secondary. Tyler
Holley will move from re-
ceiver to halfback. Dakota
Hooper likely will move
into Holley's receiver
spot.
"We have to prepare for
this game just like every
other game," Hooper said.
"We practice both sides of
the ball so that's just an-
other thing I have to pick
up."
Kellogg is concerned
Lester, but his biggest wor-
ries center on the strength
and depth of the Marlins.
"Probably the biggest
challenge for us is they are
like Bozeman in size and
strength, except stronger,"
Kellogg said. "They've got
a lot of,kids that are very
strong, and they have a lot
of size.
"But the biggest strug-
gle we will have this week
is they've only got one kid
that plays both ways full
time, and we've got six or
eight going both ways. I
think that's going to be a
factor if we can hang with
them because it's going to
be tough. "

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and send the game into
OT. A few minutes later
the Bulldogs kicked the
game winning field goal.
CHS advanced to the state
semifinals where it beat
St. Augustine 20-10 before
falling against Rockledge
22-0 in the championship
game.
Nobody knows how
Friday's close showing
with Niceville will help
the Bulldogs in the weeks
to come, but I think it
should propel them to a
good season.
Crestview hosts West
Gadsden for homecoming
this week before embark-
ing on a three-game road
trip that will take them
,to Pace, Choctawhatchee
and Mosley. The Dawgs
also have an open date in
that stretch before return-
ing home to host Fort Wal-
ton Beach in a key District
2-4A game Oct. 24.
Looking ahead (which


I can do since I'm not a
coach or player), I think
Crestview will handle
West Gadsden fairly eas-
ily. Playing at Pace is
never easy, but I think
the Patriots are down just
enough for the Bulldogs
to pull out the win.
If Crestview wins at
Pace, the Dawgs likely
would be favored in all
of their remaining games
save the showdown
against Fort Walton Beach.
D.D. Johnson is prov-
ing to be a workhorse
at running back and is
coming off of a 28-carry,
140-yard game. Some fans
might want to see the 50-
yard run, but Johnson's
'workmanlike style of 10
5-yard runs to get that 50
keeps the clock moving
and the opposing offense
off the field.
If you like efficiency,
you have to love Jason
Parker, Crestview's quar-


terback. Parker was 10-of-
13 passing for 130 yards
against Niceville. He also
had nine carries for 80
yards while running for a
touchdown and throwing
for another.
If the Bulldogs con-
tinue to protect the ball
on offense and play the
kind of defense they did
in the second half against
Niceville, they should be
able to play with anyone
on their schedule.
There aren't any cup-
cakes on the Crestview
schedule after Friday, but
that won't matter if the
Bulldogs play like they
did in the second half
against Niceville.

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track we started on once it
went to 28-7 (Niceville's
biggest lead) ... We forced
three stops defensively
and scored 19 unanswered
points, so we are proud
of that and hope we can
build on it."
West Gadsden lost
against Niceville 42-7 in
its season opener but re-
bounded for a 37-10 win
against District 1-A foe
Blountstown.
Dawgs beware: West
Gadsden features defen-
sive tackle Gary Brown,
a 6-foot-3, 275-pound
wrecking crew Rivals.
com ranks as the No. 7
defensive tackle in the
country. Brown has com-
mitted to play at Florida
next year.
"Brown is a great foot-
ball player," Brunson
said. "He's the best de-,
fensive lineman we are
going to see.
"(West Gadsden) gave
Niceville fits early, and.
the depth thing was an
issue for them in the sec-
ond half. We hope we
can run them down a
little late."
Senior offensive line-
man Josh Hamilton defi-
nitely isn't taking the
Panthers lightly.
"We just can't un-
derestimate them," he
said. "We need to come
out and .play a good
game.
"We have to get
more prepared and work
harder to shut Brown
down."
Brunson and his play-
ers understand the im-
portance of not getting


'7e just want to keep getting
better as a football team. We are

going to focus on Crestview."

Matt Brunson, Crestview coach


FRIDAY'S GAME
We:. Gadsen (1 1 al
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La .t meeting: Crestview
beat W'es. G.aid':en 2.7-
last ar
Fast tact West Gadisd-en
is a ClasI 1 program: the
rest or the .1opporienrts on
the DaAgs' schedule are
Cla-:s 4A or L'igcyer.

too caught up in the
homecoming festivities.
"We try to tell them
(the players) our part
in homecoming will be
kickoff at 7 o'clock, and
everything else is for the
fans and the alumni,"
Brunson said. "We hope
it's a good week (for
all the Bulldog faith-
ful), but our part is to
make the game be suc-
cessful."
Hamilton doesn't see
homecoming activities as
too big of a distraction.
"With all the different
days and getting dressed
up and the dance it
isn't too hard to stay
focused," he said, "but
your mind does wander
a bit."
Junior linebacker Ben
Baber sees the game's
place on the schedule as
a bigger issue.
West Gadsen has, all
the makings of a trap


game. The Dawgs are
coming off of an emotion-
al game against Niceville
and have another rivalry
game in Week 4 at Pace.
"We can't overlook
this game and look ahead
to Pace (next week) be-
cause when West Gads-
den played Niceville it
was only like 14-0 in the
second quarter," Baber
said. "As they went on
they wore them down,
but we can't overlook
them. We've just got to
have fun and go out and
play a good game."
Brunson is more con-
cerned about Crestview
playing its game than
any problems the Pan-
thers might present Fri-
day night.
"We just want to keep
getting better as a foot-
ball team," he said. "We
are going to focus on
Crestview.
"Offensively we have
to keep gaining momen-
tum and playing with
confidence and getting
better. Defensively we
are going to keep tack-
ling and try to defend the
big play."

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2008


BRIEFS continued from B1


BOYS GOLF
Choctawhatchee
317, Niceville 336,
Crestview 385
Brandon Jowers shot a
low score of 72 to help pace
Choctawhatchee on Sept. 9
at Shalimar Point.
Crestview's Mike Taylor
had the next lowest score
with a 78.
Crestview: Mike Taylor
78, Anthony Perez 88, Cory
Peden 103, Anthony Lott 106.

Fort Walton Beach
152, Choctawhatchee
154, Niceville 164,
Crestview 178
Choctawhatchee's
Brandon Jowers was the
low medalist with a 35 in


nine holes at the Fort Walton
Beach Pines Course on
Thursday, but Fort Walton
Beach got the team win.
Crestview: Anthony
Perez 39, Mike Taylor
44, A.J. Locke 46, Alec
Chamberlain 49.

GIRLS GOLF
Niceville 181,
Fort Walton Beach 210,
Clioctawhatchee 216,
Crestview incomplete
Jaime Jordan grabbed
low medalist honors with a
37 as the Eagles easily won
in a nine-hole competition at
Bluewater Bay.
Crestview did not have
enough players for a
team score.


Crestview: Kenna
Rogers 64, Erica Newman
67, Karen Jones 70.

Niceville 166, Fort
Walton Beach 196,
Choctawhatchee 213,
Crestview 263
Niceville's Joy Armbrester
carded a 35 to take
home low medalist
honors over nine holes at
Foxwood Country Club as
the Eagles easily notched
the victory.
Crestview: Kenna
Rogers 60, Erica Newman
64, Alei O'Connell 68, Karen
Jones 71.

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Team Hammonds fails to qualify in Concord


Special to the News Bulletin

CONCORD, N.C. -
Team Hammonds is disap-
pointed it did not qualify
for eliminations at the in-
augural NHRA Carolinas
Nationals at the new zMax
Dragway in Concord, N.C.
Crestview native and
team owner/driver Tom
Hammonds launched to a
good start in the front half
of the quarter-mile, but
could not find the closing
speed to bump into the
field. He finished 21st with
an elapsed time of 6.738
seconds (204.94 mph) in the
fourth qualifying session.
"This has been a learn-
ing experience with our
chassis. We have changed
4-link combinations, tried


'Whether it is a

chassis situation or

whether it is a setup

problem, whatever it

is we are not running

what we are capable

of running.")

Tom Hammonds

different carburetors, dif-
ferent ignition boxes, ev-
erything. Nothing seems
to make a difference in our
performance," said a dis-
enchanted Hammonds.
Hammonds was 17th af-
ter the first two rounds of
qualifying. Hot and humid


conditions slowed Ham-
monds during his third run.
"It is just disappointing
to know we have the horse-
power to qualify. But, for
whatever reason, we are not
getting the most out of our
engines that we should,"
Hammonds said. "Wheth-
er it is a chassis situation or
whether it is a setup prob-
lem, whatever it is we are
not running what we are
capable of running."
Riche Stevens qualified
fourth with a THE engine.
"Obviously, we are hap-
py that Richie Stevens ran
well for the third session
because he has our engine,"
Hammonds said. "But, it is
disappointing to know that
we should have run as well
or better."


NOTES continued from Bi


NOAH Golf
Tournament
The North Okaloosa
Humane Society will hold a
golf tournament Oct. 4 at
Foxwood Country Club with
an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
The format is a four-person
flighted scramble. You don't
need to have four people to
sign up.
Cost of the tournament is
$30 for Foxwood members
and $40 for non-members.
There is 30 team first
pay, first play limit to the


tournament field.'
Gold and silver sponsors
also are needed for the tour-
nament. A gold sponsorship
is $100 with two hole signs. A
silver sponsorship is $50 for
one hole sign.
For more information,
contact Faye or Terry at 682-
0705.

Christian Thomhave
Memorial
Tournament
The Christian Thomhave


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, September
22, 2008 at 6:00 RM., at a Regular Council meeting in the
Council Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida, the City Council of the City of Crestview
proposes to adopt Ordinance #1402 which is set forth by
title as follows:

ORDINANCE NO. 1402

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE 1309 BECAUSE
OFAN ERRONEOUSPROPERTYDESCRIPTION; PROVIDING
FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR ANNEXATION OF
100.13 ACRES OF CONTIGUOUS LANDS, LOCATED IN
SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, INTO
THE CITY LIMITS AS SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING
FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR BOUNDARY;
PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND ZONING DESIGNATION;
PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE BASE,.LAND USE
AND ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR A COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR FILING WITH THE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND
THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

The 100.13 acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1402 is
identified in the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's
Office by parcel identification numbers 01-2N-24-0000-
0001-012A, 01-2N-24-0000-0001-0500, 01-2N-24-0000-
0001-1210, 01-2N-24-0000-0001-1220, 01-2N-24-0000-
0001-122A, 01-2N-24-0000-0001-1230, 01-2N-24-0000-
0001-1240, 01-2N-24-0000-0001-1270, 01-2N-24-0000-
0001-1280, 01-2N-24-0000-0001-1290, 01-2N-24-0000-
0004-0010, 01-2N-24-0000-0004-001A, 01-2N-24-0000-
0004-01 OC, 01-2N-24-0000-0004-010E, 01-2N-24-0000-
0004-0030, 01 -2N-24-0000-0005-0010, and a part of 01 -2N-
24-0000-0001-0140. Said 100.13 acres is located in Section
1, Township 3 North, Range 24 West, on Old Antioch Road.
The parcel's location is shown on the map labeled "Ord.
1402" in this advertisement.

Copy of the proposed ordinance and complete legal
description of the property being annexed are available in the
City Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in
the City of Crestview, Florida, where they may be inspected
by the public and interested parties, and interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed ordinances.

The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability
status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure
access to and participation in the meeting should contact
the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate
arrangements.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
City Council with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing such person will need a record
of the proceedings and for such purpose, such person may
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the testimony and any
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".

Janice F. Young September 10, 2008
City Clerk September 17, 2008


Memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament is set for Oct.
24 at 1 p.m. at Foxwood
Country Club.
Play in the two-person
scramble begins at 1 p.m.
with a shotgun start.
The tournament funds
a scholarship at Northwest
Florida State College (for-
merly Okaloosa-Walton
College) in memory of
Christian Thomhave.
There will be six flights in
the tournament with cash
prizes in each flight.
Flights will be determined
according to handicaps and
playing abilities.
Entry fee is $34 for
Foxwood members and $44


for non-members.
Mail entry fee to
Foxwood Country Club,
4927 Antioch Rd.,
Crestview, 32536.
For more information call
B.J. Thomhave at 682-2012
or 826-2012.

YMCA youth sports
Registration for flag foot-
ball, soccer and cheerleading
will be held for children ages
2-14 until Sept. 30.

YMCA swimming
lessons
The fall session of YMCA,
swimming lessons started


Sept. 4. Private lessons are
also available. For more infor-
mation call 689-2999.

Foxwood Ladies
Golf Association.
Attention all lady mem-
bers of Foxwood Country
Club: The Foxwood Ladies
Golf Association (LGA) cor-
dially invites you to join its
association.
The LGA is a very ac-
tive group, hosting numer-
ous events throughout the
year, as well as weekly play
each Wednesday. This year
the LGA will be playing in
The Greater Pensacola
Ladies Golf Conference
at Pensacola Country
Club, Tiger Point, Solutia,
Osceola, Tanglewood, A C
Reed, Stonebrook, Hidden
Creek, Marcus Point, Scenic
Hills and Foxwood.
The Emerald Coast


League will be playing the
following courses through
out the year: Bluewater
Bay, Shalimar Point, Rocky
Bayou, Eglin, Regatta Bay,
Emerald Bay, Fort Walton
Beach, Hidden Creek and
Gator Lakes. The end-of-
year awards presentation
will be held at Foxwood on
June 1.
The LGA participates
in many Home to Homes
with other courses in the
surrounding area. The end-
of-year ice cream party is
superb.
Dues are only $20 per
year. The new season runs
through June 2009.
For more information
please contact membership
chairperson Carol Johnson
at 682-4781 or via e-mail at
carolbj @cox.net; or contact
president Beverly Coyne at
683-9640 or via e-mail at
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: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2008


BUSINESS


Crestview News Bulletin I B5


Auburn water receives multiple honors


Florida Rural Water votes system the best-tasting


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Last month's annual meeting of
the Florida Rural Water Associa-
tion concluded with a local operator
bringing two awards home to north
Okaloosa County.
Auburn Water System's general
manager, Doug Sims, was selected
Manager or Administrator of the
Year at the Daytona Beach confer-
ence.
In addition, judges' discriminat-
ing palates chose Auburn's water as
the association's Best Tasting.
The association represents 1,300
rural water providers throughout
the state.
' "I have a real good team here to
make that possible," Sims said. "It's
nice to win an award, but it's really
an honor to win two.
"The really nice thing about these
awards is that we did not know they
were coming. We thought we had
the best-tasting water, but it's good
to hear the people who were judg-
ing thought that, too."
Before Sims assumed the role of


general manager at Auburn Water
System, he spent 33 years as envi-
ronmental health director for the
county health department.
He remains modest about the
honor he brought home from Day-
tona Beach.
"I was able to get this award be-
cause I have a team that supports
the water system and supports me
in trying to be the best there is,"
Sims said. "This award is not for me;
it's for them. I accepted it on behalf
of them."

About Auburn Water
Auburn operates under two li-
censes, regulating its qualitative
and quantitative output.
The former falls under the Flor-
ida Department of Environmental
Protection. The volume of water
Auburn pumps is monitored by the
Northwest Florida Water Manage-
ment District.
The system presently is applying
to the latter agency for a ten-year
permit instead of the current five-
year permit.
"That will allow us to pump ad-


ditional water if we need it," Sims
said.
With more and more people
moving to the rural areas served
by Auburn, water usage has been
steadily increasing.
"We have noticed a lot of sprin-
kler usage," Sims said. "Even
though it tends to cost more, peo-
ple tend to water a lot because they
don't want to lose the investment
they made in their lawns."
With 5,600 customers, Auburn
is the largest water service in the
county.
"We're very fortunate that we
have an ample supply of water and
of such good quality," Sims said.
The system actively promotes
water conservation, Sims said.
"For people who water their
lawns, we encourage them to dig
shallow wells," he said. These wells
don't tap into the aquifer, but allow
the water system to conserve water
needed for drinking.
"That helps long term with the
adequacy of water and it helps
them (lawn waterers), too," Sims
said.


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
The water flowing from Auburn Water Systems' tanks was
selected as the best tasting out of 1,300 member systems by the
Florida Rural Water Association.


AUBURN WATER SYSTEM ONLINE: Visit www.auburnwatersystem.com for information
about the system, boil water notices (if any), to pay bills online, and to review you five month usage.


Emerald Coast Hospice


donates to Holt Food Pantry


Holt Food Pantry in H
Thanks to generous


Staff members from the ing from individuals
'" Emerald Coast Hospice organizations in the Ci
Crestview office collected view area and around
1,437 pounds of food for country, food is being
the needy during just 10 livered to needy orgar
summer days as part of an tions nationwide.
annual national food drive "As our friends at
led by its parent company, food banks say, 'Hui
Gentiva Health Services, doesn't take a vaca
Inc. during the summer,'"'
Emerald Coast Hospice Susie Chestnut, Eme
employees at the Crest- Coast Hospice Crestv
view office and their coun- Account Executive.
terparts around the coun- want to thank all of
try placed food collection many local health org
bags at various healthcare zations and businesseE
facilities and other busi- well as our friends, ne
nesses in their respective bors and associates,
communities from Aug. contributed so much
25 to Sept 5. this drive at a time w
The Crestview collec- charitable groups
tion has been donated to chronic shortages of f
First Baptist Church of and our community


Wild Olive donates to

: Brian Hughes
SCrestview News Bulletin


:olt.
giv-
and
rest-
Sthe
de-
niza-

the
nger
tion
said
rald
view
"We
the
;ani-
s, as
eigh-
who
h to
'hen
face
food
ef-


forts must focus on both
the needs of local people
affected by the economy
and the victims of natural
disasters.
"Since Emerald Coast
Hospice staffers are never
satisfied with the status
quo, we look forward to
.breaking our record next
year."
Emerald Coast Hospice
provides hospice services
to patients in Okaloosa
and Walton counties. Em-
erald Coast Hospice's of-
fices are staffed by area
professionals familiar
with the health needs of
community residents.

Thank Emerald Coast
Hospice for its efforts by
posting a note at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


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Commenting,:"I wish it
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ie, co-owner of the Wild
Olive restaurant, present-
ed a check for $235 to rep-
resentatives of the Relay
for Life.
Presented in conjunction
with McDuffie's partner,
Chef Chris Chirun, the check
L represented 10 percent of
revenue earned by the res-
taurant on a recent day.
Accepting the donation
were the American Can-
cer Society's staff partner
for the Crestview area,


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Brian Hughes / Crestview News'Bulletin
Wild Olive co-owners Susan McDuffie and Chef Chris Chirun,
center, present a check for $235 to Pam Cartman, left, and Robin
Moody, both representatives of the American Cancer Society
and its Relay for Life.
Pam Cartman, and Robin local Relay for Life organi-
Moody, event chair for the zation.


Crescent Park hosts Senior Circle luncheon
Brian Hughes :
Crestview News Bulletin U ,: ''.S.l H


In celebration of Nation-
al Assisted Living Week,
Senior Circle's monthly
luncheon last Thursday
was hosted by Crescent
Park Village.
Residents made all the
decorations, according to
Crescent Park administra-
tor Elaine Hill. More than
100 seniors showed up.
Senior Circle holds the
luncheon once a month,
sponsored through the
North Okaloosa Medical
Center.
Seniors in the area
brought a covered dish.
Hill said the NOMC pro-
vided the main entree.


Elaine Hill / Special to the News Bulletin
Local seniors prepare to feast at the monthly Senior Circle
luncheon, hosted this month by Crescent Park Village. More than
100 seniors enjoyed the lunch and the speaker afterwards.


The luncheon usually in-
cludes a speaker and is held
on the second Thursday of
the month.
The luncheon is held
on the second Thursday of


the month at the Shriners'
Club on Highway 90. Con-
tact Senior Circle if you
wish to make reservations
for the October gathering,
(850) 689-0489.


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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2008


Career workshops planned at NWF State College


Special to the News Bulletin

The Career Resource
Center at Northwest
Florida State College will
hold a series of 50-minute
workshops that provide
tips on improving job
search skills, choosing a
college major and keys
for job success.
Workshops are free


and open to students
and the general public.
Participants will learn
how to write an effective
resume that employers
will want to read, how
to present skills and
achievements confident-
ly during a job interview,
how to develop a college
career plan, and how to
develop strong work-


place skills that can lead
to career advancement.
To reserve a seat in
any of the following free
workshops, call 729-
5227.
On each date the free
workshops begin at 5
p.m.
The "Write" Ap-
proach Keys to Ef-
fective Resume Writing:


Oct. 13 and Dec. 9 on the
Niceville campus; Sept.
22, Oct. 28 and Nov. 17
on the Fort Walton Beach
campus.
Don't "Tell" Your-
self Short Keys to
Effective Interviewing:
Sept. 18, Oct. 15 and Dec.
11 on the Niceville cam-
pus; Sept. 24, Oct. 30 and
Nov. 19 on the Fort Wal-


ton Beach campus.
Extinct or Distinct
- A Workplace "DNA"
Journey: Oct. 2 and Nov.
12 on the Fort Walton
Beach campus; Nov. 3 on
the Niceville campus.
Choosing A College
Major: Oct. 22 at 5 p.m.
on the Niceville campus;
Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. on the
Niceville campus.


Breaking news online at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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Main Street event
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Participants are wanted for
the Main Street Crestview As-
sociation's Oct. 25 event. Forms
may be picked up at the Mlain
Street Program Director's office
in the west wing of City Hall at
198 N. Wilson Street in Crest-
view. They should be completed
and returned no later than 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 15.

Chamber Golf
Tournament
The Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce is hosting a Sat.,
Oct. 11 golf tournament at Heri-
tage Plantation. Sponsorships are
available for the event.
Four-person teams are being
formed, with one 10-handicap
player only per team. The dead-
line to register as a team is Wed.,
Oct. 8, with 27 teams total. For
details, call or visit the chamber
office at 682-3212, 502 S. Main
St.

Cash For Your Bash
Okaloosa Saves has a new
event this year for businesses
in Okaloosa County Cash For
Your Bash. Registrants have an
opportunity to win $500 for an
employee party at a drawing
on
To qualify, businesses enfroll
25 or more new Okaloosa Saver
employees and sign up for a
one-hour financial workshop
provided by Okaloosa Saves.
Departments within an orga-
nization can also participate as
long as they meet these require-
ments.
Employees, friends and
family members qualify as an
Okaloosa Saver. Workshops in-
clude: Getting out of Debt,, E-
Commerce Do's & Don'ts, Sav-
ing on Auto Purchases, Identity
Theft and more.
Register your business or de-
partment between now and Oct.
10. Submit entry packets (with
25 enrollees and scheduled
date of financial workshop) no
later than Nov. 14. For more
details, visit okaloosasaves.
org or call Brenda Smith at
(850) 797-4902.

Deadline extended
Due to Tropical Storm Fay, the
Department of Business and Pro-
fessional Regulation has extend-
ed the Aug. 31 renewal deadline
to Sept. 30 for contractors to finish
their continuing education hours,
which must include one hour of
laws and rules-related training.
Contractors that do not adhere
to the new rule or fail to provide
proof of the required training will
not be allowed to renew their li-
cense.
For more information about
education requirements, visit
www.MyFloridaLicense.com.

Gulf Power to host
symposium
The 12th annual Gulf Power
Company Economic Sympo-
sium will be at the Baytowne
Conference Center in Sandestin
on Sept. 22 and 23. The popular
and information-packed con-
ference brings together about
500 civic, government and busi-
ness leaders to share views'. on
creating an economically com-
petitive region.
For more information or to
register and reserve a hotel room,
visit www.gulfpower.com/
ecodev/symposium_2008.asp
online.

SBDC workshops
Franchise Basics, Tges-
day and Thursday mornings,
Sept. 23 and 25 from 9 a.m. to
noon. Discover if you are suited
to be a franchisee, how to locate
and evaluate opportunities; fi-
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The fee is $45. Bring a calcu-
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Preparing a Business Plan,
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NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE OF FORECLO-
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- SURE SALE
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated NOTICE IS HEREBY
ANNOUNCMENTS September 09,2008 and GIVEN pursuant to .a Fi-
entered in Case No. nal Judgment of Mort-
1100- Legal Advertising 46-2008-CA-000986 of gage Foreclosure dated
1110 Classified Notices the circuit Court of the September 09 2008
1120 Public Notices/ FIRST Judicial Circuit in and entered in Case No.
Announcements and for OKALOOSA 2007 CA 005356 S of
1125- Carpools & County, Florida wherein the Circuit Court of the
Rideshare ,WELLS FARGO, NA, is FIRST Judicial Circuit in
1130 Adoptions the Plaintiff and WILSON and for OKALOOSA
1140- Happy Ads T. GLOVASKI; IVANI T. County, Florida wherein
1160 Persona GLOVASKI; are the De- DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST
1170 Found fendants, I will sell to the COMPANY AMERICAS
highest and best bidder AS TRUSTEE, is the Plain-
for cash at SHALIMAR: tiff and DAVID L.
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S TALBERT; are the Defend-
|FRONT. DOOR OF ants, I will sell to the
.-.. ..,--.. .I SHALIMAR ANNEX at highest'and best bidder
Leagal #100410 11:00 AM, on the 17 for cash at IN FRONT OF
day of November, 2008 CLERK'S FRONT DOOR
NOTICE OF APPLICA- the following described OF SHALIMAR 'ANNEX
TION FOR TAX DEED property as set forth in at 11:00 AM on the 28
said Final Judgment: day of October, 2008,
the following described
Notice is hereby given LOT 2 MIKSTAKEL property as set forth in
that Neptune 1 LLC, as ACCORDING TO THE said Final Judgment:
holder of the following PLAT THEREOF, AS
certificate, has filed said RECEDED IN PLAT LOT 1, BLOCK E,
certificate for a Tax Deed BOOK 9 PAGE 41, GULF MANOR FIRST
to be issued thereon. The OF THE PUBLIC REC- ADDITION, ACCORD-
certificate number and ORDS OF ING TO THE PLAT
"year of issuance, the 0 K A L 0 0 S A THEREOF AS RE-
siname in which the prop- COUNTY, FLORIDA. CORDED IN PLAT
erty is assessed and the BOOK 8 PAGE 9,
description of the prop- A/K/A 207 ANN PUBLIC RECORDS OI
-'rty is as follows: CIRCLE UNIT 2 DES- OK A L 0 0 S A
Certificate # 433 of TIN, FL 32541-6000 COUNTY, FLORIDA
* 2005 Assessed to: Larry
D & Camille Breeden Any person claiming A/K/A 400 PRIM-
" Description: Golf Villas @ an interest in the ROSE CIRCLE, DES-
Regatta Bay Lot 1 surplus from the TIN, FL 32541
Parcel ID#:' sale, if -any, other
00-2S-22-2091-0000- than the property Any person claiming
0010 Opening Bid: owner as of the date an interest in the
$16,804.63 of the Lis Pendens surplus from the
All of said property being must file a claim sale, if any, other
in the County o0 within sixty (60) than the property
Okaloosa,, State of Flor- days after the sale. owner as of the date
ida. of the Lis Pendens
UWITNESS MY HAND must file a claim
Unless the certificate is and the seal of this court within sixty (60)
redeemed according to on September 12, 2008. days after the sale.
_low the properly de-
scribed in the certificate Don W. Howard WITNESS MY HAND
w Will be sold to the highest Clerk of the Circuit Court and the seal of this Court
bidder at the front door By: Viki Jackson on September 12, 2008
.-of the Clerk's-Office at Deputy Clerk
the Okaloosa County Don W. Howard
Courthouse Annex, Florida Default Law Clerk of the Circuit Court
Shalimar, Florida at Group, P.L. P.O. Box By: Viki Jackson
-,1,0:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 25018 Tampa, Florida Deputy Clerk
September 30, 2008. 33622-5018
Florida. Default Law
1 Dated this 15th day of IMPORTANT Group, P.L. P.O. Box
August 2008. In accordance with the 25018 Tampa, Florida
Amriericans with Disabili- 33622-5018
DON W. HOWARD ties Act, persons with dis-
CLERK OF COURTS abilities needing special IMPORTANT
i By:Daniel Luke, accommodation to partic- In accordance with the
Deputy Clerk ipate in this proceeding Americans with Disabili-
should contact Court Ad- ties Act, persons with dis-
08/27/08 ministration at 101'James abilities needing special
09/03/08 Lee Boulevard East, Crest- accommodation to partic-
09/10/08 view, FL, 32536-3515; ipate in this proceeding
09/17/08 telephone number should contact Court Ad-
(850)689-5000, Exten- ministration at 101 James
sion 7497, prior to the Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
.,Legal # 100401 proceeding: or Shalimar view, FL, 32536-3515;
.IN.THE.RCU.IT 850)651-7497 telephone number
IN THE CIRCUIlT (85 )689-5000, Exten-
COURT OF .THE FIRST IMPORTANT sion 7497, prior to the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN In accordance with the proceeding. or Shalimar
AND FOR Americans with Disabili- 1850651-7497
OKALOOSA ties Act, persons with dis-
COUNTY FLORIDA abilities needing special IMPORTANT
,CIVIL ACfTION CASE accommodation to partic- In accordance with the
NO. ipate in this proceeding Americans with Disabili-
46-2008-CA-000986 should contact Court Ad- ties Act, persons with dis-
...... DIVISION ministration at 1250 N. abilities needing special
E lin Parkway, Shalimar, accommodation to partic-
WELLS FARGO, NA, FP, 32579; telephone ipate in this proceeding
Plaintiff, number (850)651-7497, should contact Court Ad-
prior to the proceeding. ministration at 1250 N.
vs E8lin Parkway, Shalimar,
. .. T i 09/1'7/2008 F, 32579; telephone
WILSON T. GLOVASKI, 09/24/2008 number (850)651-7497,
et 'ndantls). prior to the proceeding.

NOTCE OF FOREC Legal # 100402 09/17/2008
NOTICE OF FORECLO- 09/24/2008
SURE SALE IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR Legal # 100405
OKALOOSA
Adorable COUNTY FLORIDA NOTICE OF APPLICA-
CIVIL ACfION CASE TION FOR TAX DEED
Affordable NO. 2007 CA
".. ,A- -l- 005356 S DIVISION
AildoSl MD S FILE NO. F07048041 Notice is hereby given
F-70804 ,that Pluto 1 LLC, as
DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST holder of the following
COMPANY AMERICAS certificate, has filed said
; AS TRUSTEE, certificate for a Tax Deed
SPlaintiff, to be issued thereon. The
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2005 Assessed to: Jo
Ann Blanton Anderson
Description: Beg 1955 ft
E & 675 ft S oNW Car
SE1/4 S 75 ft W 230 ft
N 75 ft E 230 ft to Beg
Less 1/2 Sold
Parcel ID#:
15-2S-25-0000-0011
0190 Opening Bid:
$2,641.27
All of said property being
in the County oa
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed.in he certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08


Legal # 100406
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Donald R. Gates, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and.
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1298 of
2003 Assessed to: Dwan
L & Glenda Smith
Description: Bea 246 ft
W & 365 ft S o0 NE Car
of Sec E 109 ftS 75 ft W
109 ft N 75 ft to Beg
Parcel ID#:
15-3N-23-0000-0027-
0030 Opening Bid:
$2,745.95
All of said property being
in the County o6
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on, Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100407
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby aiven
that Saturn 1 LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed saia
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 13 of 2005
Assessed to: Alice Byrne
Estate
Description: Val paraiso
P/C #3 Lot 25 Blk 37 &
Part of Adjacent Alley as
Ord. 85-570
Parcel ID#:
05-1 S-22-256C-0037-
0250 Opening Bid:
$2,797.09
All of said property being
in the County oT
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.


Coastal Cabinet Unless the certificate is
Refacing Inc redeemed according to
Complete cabinet refac- law the property de-
ing& new cabinets New scribed in the certificate
cabinet line available at will be sold to the highest
wholesale prices. Solid bidder at the front door
wood, 7 design and of the Clerk's Office at
color choices, the- Okaloosa County
850-758-0056 Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.


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DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100408
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Pluto 1 LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sai.
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate'# 87 of 2005
Assessed to: H 0 Mason
Description: Beq NW
Cor SW1 /4 of NW1/4
of NW1/4 S 104.35 ft


for BeE 60 ft S 104.5
ft W 6 ft N 104.35 ft to
Beg
Parcel ID#:
17-1S-22-0000-0050-
0000 Opening Bid:
$4,126.15
All of said property being
in the Counfy O
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08


Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

LEGAL # 100413
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


09/17/08 Notice is hereby given
that Mars 1 LLC as
'holder of the following
Legal # 100409 certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
NOTICE OF APPLICA- to be issued thereon. The
TION FOR TAX DEED certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
Notice is hereby given erty is assessed and the
that Neptune 1 LLC, as description of the prop-
holder of the following erty is as follows:
certificate, has filed saia Certificate # 1332 of
certificate for a Tax Deed 2005 Assessed to: Pat
to be issued thereon. The Taylor
certificate number and Description: S1/4 oF
year of issuance, ,the W1/2 of SW1/4 of
name in which the, prop- NE1/4 Ex 210 ft N S By
erty is assessed and the 420 ft E' & W in NW
description of the prop- Car
erty is as follows: Parcel ID#:
Certificate # 247 of 32-3N-0000-0040-0000
2005 Assessed to: John Opening Bid:
Frank Clark $3,745 1
Description: Coral Reef All of said property bein
Club Ph 1 Unit4 in the Couny of
Parcel ID#: Okaloosa, State of Flor-
00-2S-22-055A-0000- ida
0040 Opening Bid:
$9,374.18 Unless the certificate is
All of said proper being redeemed according to
,in the County of law the property de-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- scribed in the certificate
ida.. will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
Unless the certificate is of the Clerk's Office at
redeemed according to the Okaloosa County
law the property de- Courthouse Annex,
scribed in the certificate Shalimar, Florida at
will be sold to the highest 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
bidder at the front door September 30, 2008.
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County Dated this 15th day 'of
Courthouse Annex, August 2008.
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008. DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS .
Dated this 15th day of By:Daniel Luke,
August 2008. Deputy Clerk


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,'
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100411
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Pluto 1 LLC, as
holder ,of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 689 of
2005 Assessed to: Alfred
D Scott
Description: Be% 737.85
ft S.$ 4238 ftT of NW
Cor of SW1/4 E 326 ft
S 649.3 ft W 326.ft N
650.81 ft to Beg
Parcel ID#:
28-4N-22-0000-0002-
019B Opening Bid:
$3,745.90
All of said property being
in" the County Of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless 'the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008. .
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100412
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Mercury 1 LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 793 of
2005 Assessed to: Steve
Clock
Description: Valparaiso
Plat lots 12 & 13 BIk 3
less the Wly 109.02 ft
thereof
Parcel ID#:
12-1 S-23-253A-0003-
0120 Opening Bid:
$5,773.49
All of said property bein
in the County of


08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100414
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Okaloosa, State of Flor- certificate number and
ida year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
Unless the certificate is erty is assessed and the
redeemed according to description of the prop-
law the property de- erty is as follows:
scribed in the certificate Certificate # 91 of 2005
will be sold to the highest Assessed to: Edward J
bidder at the front door Dobson
of the Clerk's Office at Description: Bayshore Lot
the Okaloosa County 68 BIk 2
Courthouse Annex, Parcel ID#:
Shalimar, Florida at 17-1 S-22-3090-0002-
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 0680 Opening Bid:
September 30, 2008. $8,019.32
All of said property being
Dated this 15th day of in the County ot
August 2008. Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS Unless the certificate is
By:Daniel.Luke, redeemed according to
Deputy Clerk law, the property de-I
scribed in the certificate
08/27/08 will be sold to the highest,
09/03/08 bidder at the front door
09/10/08 of the Clerk's Office at
09/17/08 the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
Legal # 100416 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
NOTICE OF APPLICA- September 30, 2008.
TION FOR TAX DEED Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.
Notice is hereby aiven
that Mercury 1 LLC, as DON W. HOWARD
holder of the following CLERK OF COURTS
certificate, has filed said By:Daniel Luke,
certificate:for a Tax Deed Deputy Clerk
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and 08/27/08
year of issuance, the 09/03/08
name in which the prop- 09/10/08
erty is assessed and the 09/17/08
description of 'the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2462 of
2005 Assessed to: Hub Legal # 100420
City Development Group
Inc. NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Description: Coam NE Car TION FOR TAX DEED
W 1226.57 ft S 350.1 ft
W 88.57 ft S 431.74 ft


to POB S 144.46 ft E
605.08 ft N 144.46 ft
W 602.89 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
09-2N-25-0000-0018-
003D Opening Bid:
$13,277.13
All of said property being
in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08,

Legal # 100417
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Notice is hereby given
that Pluto 1 LLC, Notice is h ereby given
holder of the following that MTAG LLC, as
certificate, has filed sai holder of the llowinci
certificate for a Tax Deed certificate, has filed sai
to be issued thereon. The certificate fora Tax Deed
certificate number and to be issued thereon. The
year o'f issuance, the certificate number and
name in which the prop- year of issuance, the
erty is assessed and the name in which the rop-
description of the prop erty is assessed an toe
erty is as follows: description of the prop-
Certificate # 2.191 of rty is as follows:
2005 Assessed to:. Louis Certificate # 2571 of
D Pryor 2005 Assessed to: Arthur
Description: Con SW & Eleanor Brooks
Car of NW Car N 547 ft Description .
to POB N 195.57 ft N Com NW Cor SW1/4 E
520.52 ft W 50.85 ft S 2498 ft S 218 ft to POB
716.51 ft E 53.65 ft to W210ftS 94 ft E 210ft
POB Less S 50 ft N 94 ft to POB
Parcel ID#: Parcel ID#:
16-2S-24-0000-0034- 16-2S-25-0000-0035-
001C Opening Bid: 0170 Opening Bid:
$5,044.08 ,$5559.42. .
All of said property bein All of said property bein
in the County o in te County o
Okaloosa, State of Flor Okaloosa, State ofFlor-
ida. ida.
Unless the certificate is Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to redeemed according to
law the property de-law the property de-
scribed in the certificate scored in he certificate
will be sold to the highest will be soldto to the highest
bidder at the front door bidder at the- front door
of the Clerk's Office at of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 10:00 a.m, on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008. September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of Dated this 15th day of
August 2008. August 2008.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100415
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Venus 1 LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2362 of
2005 Assessed to: Jason
A & Dovie A Brooks
Description: Com SE Cor
N74 deg W 1791.86 ft
to POB N 74 deg W
576.16 ft N 08 deg W
675.75 ft N 85 deg E
596.5 ft S 04 deg E
866.57 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
31-3N-24-0000-0001-
0090 Opening Bid:
$3,460.49
All of said property bein
in the, County o


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100418
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that MTAG LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The


Legal # 100422
NOTICE OF APPUCA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
-that MTAG LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1065 of
2005 Assessed to: Joan
C Thompson
Description: Crestview
Easterly 15 ft Lot 2 &
Westefly 45 ft of Lot 3
BIk 94
Parcel ID#:
17-3N-23-2490-0094-
0030 Opening Bid:
$3,325.59
All of said property being
in the Couny ot
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to .the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse, Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
riDe-tv Clerk


Notice is hereby given
that MTAG LLC, as 08/27/08
holder of the following 09/03/08
certificate, has filed said 09/10/08
certificate for a Tax Deed 09/17/08
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop- L.gal # 100424
erty is assessed and the al # 100424.
description of the NOTICE OF APPLICA-
property is as follows: TION FOR TAX DEED
Certificate # 871 of
2005 Assessed to: C
Adkins, K Redcay & D Notice is hereby given
Vilmenay that, MTAG LLC, as
Description: Finisterra holder of the following
Unit 4 certificate, has filed said
Parcel ID#: certificate for a Tax Deed
06-2S-2350-7000-004D to be issued thereon. The
Opening Bid: $3,893.55 certificate number and
All of said prope being year of issuance, the
in the Cout .or name in which the prop-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- erty is assessed and the
ida. description ofi the prop-
erty is as follows:
Unless the certificate is Certificatp # 2526 of
redeemed according to 2005 Assessed to: Rob-
law the property de- ert B & Roxanne Martin
scribed in the certificate Descrip tion: Com NW
will be sold to the highest Caor 1530.52 ft S
bidder at the front door 4226.89 ft to POB S 6
of the Clerk's Office at deg E 150 ft S69 de
the Okaloosa County W 291 ft N 6 deg
Courthouse Annex, 150 ft N 69 deg E 291
Shalimar, Florida at ft to POB, Lot 1003
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Parcel ID#:
'September 30, 2008. 16-2N-25-0000-0003-
... 1430 Opening Bid:
Dated, this 15th day of 14 ,365.68
August 2008. of saidproperty being
in the Count o
DON W. HOWARD OkaloQsa, State of Flor-
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke Unless the certificate is
Deputy Clerk redeemed according to
08/7/.08 law the property de-
08/,2/08 "scribed in the certificate
09/03/08 will be sold to the highest
09/ 10/08 bidder at the front door
09/17/08 of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Legal # 100421 Shalimar, Florida at
eg10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
NOTICE OF APPLICA- September 30, 2008.
TION FOR TAX DEED Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.


Notice is hereby given
that MTAG LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed saio
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
,erty is as follows:
Certificate # 955 of
2005 Assessed to: Hub
city Development Group
Inc
Description: Jack Ken-
nedy S/D Lots 43 & 44
Blk4
Parcel ID#:.
08-3N-23-1380-0004-
S0430 Opening Bid:
6,433.46
All of said property being
in the County o
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless -the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the ropert de-
scribed in he certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08


Legal # 100435
PUBLIC ANNOUNCE-
MENT
BLACKMAN FIRE DIS-
TRICT PROPOSED AN-
NUAL BUDGET FOR
2008-2009
Will be presented for
adoption on 06 October
2008 at 7:00 P.M.
New 'Brush Truck Pay-
ment $10,000, Insur-
ance $10,000 Office
Equipment $2,800
Electrial Service $2,506
Internet $1,000, Dish
$1,000, Vehicle Fuel -
$4 000, Office Supplies -
$400., Vehicle Mainte-
nance $4,000, Building
Maintenance $4 000,
County Tax Collector
$2,000, Attorney Fees -
$1 000, Audit Fees -
,$f 0,000, Legal Ads
$200, Chief Funds -
$3,000, Forestry Grant -
$10,000, Fire Chief As-
soc. Dues $400., Emer-
gency Fund $5,300
Total $75,600

09/10/08
09/17/08
09/24/08


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Crestview News Bulletin


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2008


Legal # 100436 TRUSTEE FOR THE
CMLTI BACKED
IN THE CIRCUIT PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
COURT OF THE FIRST CATES, SERIES
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 2007-AMC3,
AND FOR Plaintiff,
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA vs.
CASE NO.:


2008-DR-3750 DIVI-
SION: TRK
IN RE: CHANGE OF
NAME
DWINDALIN DENIECE
SMITH,
Petitioner/ Mother
arid
TERRY JAMES FURLOW,
JR.,
Respondent/ Father
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR CHILD NAME
CHANGE
TO: TERRY JAMES
FURLOW, JR.
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS 6333 Posada
Court Palmdale CA
93552
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and you are
required to serve a copy
of your written defenses,
if any, to it on
DWINDALIN DENIECE
SMITH, whose address is
105 NIVANA DRIVE,
CRESTVIEW, FL 32536
on or before October 17,
2008, and file the origi-
nal with the clerk of, thlis
Court at Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, F 32579 be-
fore service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter.
If ou fail to do so, a
default may be en-
tered against you
for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office.
You may review
these documents
upon request.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your .current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
roved Family Law
Form 12.915.1 Future
papers in this law-
sul will be mailed to
the address on rec-
ord at the clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Fam-
ily Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires cer-
tain automatic dis-
closure of documents
and information.
Failure to comply
can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.


THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER, OR
AGAINST GARY W.
WOOD A/K/A GARY
WILLIAM WOOD, DE-
CEASED, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: AARON ROBERT
WOOD AS HEIR OF
THE ESTATE OF GARY
W. WOOD A/K/A
GARY WILLIAM WOOD,
DECEASED
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 73 Montgomery
St., SE Atlanta, GA
30317
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:


has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy at your
written defenses, if any,
on or before October 22,
2008, on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before services on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demand in the
Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand nad
the seal of this COurt on
this 10 day of Septem-
ber, '2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk .
Florida Default Law
Group P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-


abilities needing special
Dated: September 5, accommodation to partic-
2008 ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ministration at 101 James
COURT Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
By: K Broom -view, FL, 32536-3515;
Deputy Clerk telephone number
(850)689-5000, Exten-
09/10/08 sion 7497, prior to the
09/17/08 proceedings, or Shalimar
09/24 08 850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
in accordance with the
Legal # 100437 Americans with Disabili-
NOT.IC E.OF SALE FO. ties Act, persons with dis-
NOTICE OFSALE FORabilities needing special
U S.TO.RAGEO S accommodation to partic-
HOUSEHOLD GOODS ipate in this proceeding
BELONGING TO THE should contact Court Ad-
PARTIES NAMED BE- ministration at 1250 N.
LOW AND LISTED BY E 'lin Parkway, Shalimar,
UNIT NUMBER WILL BE FP 32579; telephone
'SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE number (850)651-7497,
BY DAY'S PAC-RAT prior to theproceeding.
ILn ^rr -n A T T P


/VINI ST J GL'E'l /' HE Il
MINI- STORAGE LO-
CATED AT 2510 S.
FERDON BLVD CREST-
VIEW, FLA, AT 9:00
A.M., September 25
2008 UNLESS
CHARGES ARE PAID IN
FULL BEFORE THE TIME
OF SALE.
TIA MILLER
UNIT #25
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100438
AUCTIONS
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, Advance
Storage, Inc located at
518(7 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL, will offer
for sale to the ,,qhe:i
bidder the househcl.f arnd
other goods stored .. ihe
below listed units '.ad
goods are to be .sold 10
recover the rents noi padI
by the tenants.
Advanced Storage I
Mary Darwin
Unit F 42
Michele Edmond
UnitC46
Lora Hattaway
Unit HI1
Catherine Lonidier
Unit D22
Marquita Jolinson
Unit C25
Traci Macedo
Unit H9
Advanced Storage II
Anthony Langdon
Unit R4
The sale shall take place
on September 20 2008
at 9:00-10:00 a.m. at
Advance Storage.
09/13/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100439
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FISRT
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKLAOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CSE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-1337S
DMSION: FILE NO.
F0801 7760
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS


09/17/2008
09/24/2008


ord at the clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Fam-
ily Law.Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires cer-
tain automatic dis-
closure of documents
and information.
Failure to comply
can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
leading.
Dated: Auaust 21 2008.
CLERK OF HE CURT
Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
08/27/2008
09/03/2008
09/10/2008
09/17/2008

LEGAL # 120088
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-00
4051 DNISION: FILE
NUMBER:
F08058627
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST,
NA AS TRUSTEE OF
HVMLT 2007-6,
Plaintiff
vs.


UNKNOWN
ANY AND, ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES
GRA TEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA prt.County,
Florida:
LOT 14 BLOCK C, ST.
ANDREWS VILLAGE
SOUTH AT
BLUEWATER BAY,
UNIT II, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 6 AT PAGE 94
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are required
fo serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before October 16,
2008, on Florida Default
Law Group, RP.L,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300 Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and


September,
rd
iurt
rk
ault Law
P.O. ,Box
a, Florida


e with the
th Disabili-
ns with dis-
ng special
n to partic-
proceeding
Court Ad-
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numrrber
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e with the
th Disabili-
ns with dis-
ng special
n to partic-
proceeding
t Court A9
t1250 N.
, Shalimar,
telephone
651-7497,
oceeding.



090
I9CUIT
THE FIRST
RCUIT IN
FOR
OSA
LORIDA
ON CASE
-004135
FILE NO:
5356
WIDE
IS, INC,



MARSH
LATILSHA
HARSH, et


ACTION
A MARSH
LATILSHA
ASH


LAST KNOWN AD- NOTICE OF ACTION
DRESS: 1610 Ella Ruth OF DISSOLUTION OF
Drive Fort Walton Beach, MARRIAGE
FL 32547
To: Daniela K. Benson
CURRENT ADDRESS: 13 Ivy Lane Newton
UNKNOWN Grove, NC 28366
ANY AND ALL UN- Daniela K. Benson P.O.
KNOWN PARTIES Box 673 Newton Grove,
CLAIMING BY, NC 28366
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE Daniela K. Benson P.O.
HEREIN NAMED IN- Box 1024 Salemburg,
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- NC 28355
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
DEAD OR ALIVE, FIED that an action for
WHETHER SAID UN- dissolution of marriage
KNOWN PARTIES has been filed against
MAY CLAIM AN IN- you and you are required
TEREST AS SPOUSE, fo serve a copy of your
HEIRS DEVISEES written defenses, if any,
GRA TEES, OR to Donald R. Benson Jr,
OTHER CLAIMANTS Petitioner, c/o Mark S.
Rubin, Esq., RUBIN LAW
LAST KNOWN AD- FIRM, 173 NE Eglin
DRESS: UNKNOWN Parkway, Fort Wa ton
Beach, Florida 32548,
CURRENT ADDRESS: on or before October 1,
UNKNOWN 2008, and file the onrii-
nal with the clerk of this
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that court at the Okaloosa
an action to foreclose a County Courthouse An-
mortgage on the follow- nex, 1250 N. Eglin Park-
ing property it way, Shalimar, FL
OKALOOSA County, 32579, before service
Florida: on Petitioner or immedi-
LOT 10 BLOCK D ately thereafter. If you
EMERAL6 VILLAGE fai to do so, a de-
FIRST ADDITION, BE- fault will be entered
ING A PORTION OF against you for the
SECTIONS 8 AND 9 relief demanded in
TOWNSHIP I the petition.
SOUTH, RANGE 24 Copies of all court docu-
WEST, OKALOOSA ments in this case, includ-
COUNTY, FLORIDA, ing orders, are available
ACCORDING TO TH at the Clerk of Court's of-
PLAT RECORDED IN fice. You may review
PLAT BOOK 18 these documents upon re-
PAGES 87-88 OF THE quest.
PUBLIC RECORDS OF You must keep the Clerk
SAID COUNTY of the Circuit Court's of-
fice notified of your cur-
has been filed against rent address. (You may
ou and you are required file Notice of Current Ad-
fo serve a copy of your dress, Florida Supreme
written defenses, if any, Court Approved Family
on or before October 21, Law Form 12.915.) Fu-
2008,' on Florida Default ture papers in this lawsuit
Law Group, P.L., will 'be mailed to the ad-
Plaintiff's attorney, whose dress on record at the
address is 9119 Corpo- clerk's office.
rate Lake Drive, Suite WARNING: Rule
.300 Tampa, Florida 12.285 Florida Family
33634 and file the origi- Law Rules of Procedure,
nal with this Court either requires certain auto-
before service on matic disclosure of docu-
Plaintiff's attorney or im- ments and information.
mediately thereafter; oth- Failure to comply can re-
erwise a default will be suit in sanctions, includ-
entered against you for ing dismissal or striking
the relief demanded in opleadinas.
the Complaint or petition. Dated:8-20-08
.This notice shall be pub- CLERK OF THE COURT
lished once each week By:Tiffany Gardner
for two consecutive Deputy Clerk
weeks in the the Crest-
view News Bulletin. WIT- 08/27/2008
NESS my hand and the 09/03/2008
seal of this Court on this 09/10/2008
9 day of September, 09/17/2008
2008.


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
Florida' Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018


Legal 100434
IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-
fAAAbAoo n ncIAkiI


002898 DIVISIOuN:
IMPORTANT FILE NO: F08029991
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili- LASALLE BANK NA-
ties Act, persons with dis- TIONAL ASSOCIATION,
abilities needing special AS TRUSTEE ON BEHALF
accommodation to partic- OF GSAA HOME EQ-
ipate in this proceeding UITY-TRUST 206-14,
should contact Court Ad- Plaintiff,
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- vs.
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number SCOTT A. MEANS, et al,
(850)689-5000, Exten- Defendants(s).
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar NOTICE OF ACTION
(850)651-7497


25018 Tampa. Florida


33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with
disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
Court Administration at
101 James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (85J1689-5000,
Extension 7497, prior to
the proceeding. or
Shalimar (850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with
disabilities needing spe-
cial accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
Court Administration at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579; tel-
ephone number
(50)651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
09/10/2008
09/17/2008



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F pund: Qmrljn femaleti


IMPORTANT TO: SCOTT A MEANS Found: Brown female
MPORTANT dog, red collar, no tail. In
In accordance with the LAST KNOWN AD- Escambia Farms on 9/1.
Americans with Disabili- DRESS: 800 Fort Pickens Call 537-5957
ties Act, persons with dis- Road Apartment 401
abilities needing special Pensacola Beach, FL .
accommodation to partic- 32561 "
ipate in this proceeding .
should contactCourt AT- CURRENT ADDRESS: '
ministration at 1250 N. UNKNOWN
E.lin Parkway, Shalimar, L ..A..
F, 32579; telephone ANY AND ALL UN-
number (850)651-7497, KNOWN PARTIES
prior to the proceeding. CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER PETS & ANIMALS
09/17/2008 AND AGAINST THE
09/24/2008 HEREIN NAMED IN- 2100- Pets
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- 2110 Pets: Free to
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- Good Home
gal #100419 NOSNO O ARE 2120- Pet Supplies
Legal #100419 NOT KNOWN TO BE 2130-sFarm Animals/
NOTICE OF APPICA -DEAD OR ALIVE, Supplies
TION FOR TAX DEED WHETHER SAID UN 2140 Pets/Livestock
D KNOWN PARTIES Wanted
MAY CLAIM AN IN- 2150 Pet Memorials
Notice is herTEREST AS SPOUSE,
Notice is hereby given HEIRS DEVISEES,
that MTAG LLC, as GRANTEES, OS
holder of the following OTHER CLAIMANTS
certificate, has filed sai OTHER CLMAT210
certificate fora Tax Deed LAST KNOWN AD- Boston Terrier pups, 1st
to be issued thereon. The DRESS: UNKNOWN shots, parents on site
certificate number and ready 9/16 $400
year of issuance, the CURRENT ADDRESS: 685-8319 or 398-5513
name in which the prop- UNKNOWNFSe
erty is assessed and the For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi-
description of the prOp- YOU ARE NOTIFIED ih ahu p ies.Born
erty is as follows: Ma 4th $150. & up.
Certificate # 432 of acon r 85902.7275
2005 Assessed to: Mark rr..t',agae on 5h0-e 0,27,
& Jamie Letourneau & E. qP.,4L0LS r.,r,. r. S
uity Partners Group Irn.: o ,', d
De:cription:m Regatta Ba, I 2120
Fh 3 Lol 8
arcEl ID UNIT 2B, MACO RO' Happ, Jack one.N
0 en22-2090"r,0 MINIUMM TOGETHER e avour, dtire ssr 'epel
0080 O enin B.d WTH IT UNDIVIDED lle a I' k -ll "l.:hr
1168 0 SHARE OF COMMON lae Pre r..'n,~ r,'on
il lsaidprope be9 ELEMENTS FACIULITIES haF' rn mor L e
.n he Count o AND OFHER AP healn OKALOOSA
Okaloosa, State of flor- PURTENANT RIGHTS GRAIN EED STORE
ida. MORE PARTICULARLY ww 6 k2 3 3
DESCRIBED IN THE www.happyjack
Unless the certificate is DECLARATION OF inc.com
redeemed -according to CONDOMINIUM RE- ------
law the ropert de-CORDED UNOFFICIAL
scribed in the certificate RECORDS BOOK 'F I
will be sold to the highest 2704 PAGES 2908 ,
bidder at the front door OF THE PUBLIC REC -
of the Clerk's Office at ORDS OF
the Okaloosa County0 OK A L 0 0 S A
Courthouse A"rrei>., COUNTY FLORIDA
Shalimar, Fl.da al TOGETHIR WITI4 '''-
10:00 a.m -. juesda..; PARKING SPACES MERCHANDISE
September 30, 2008. 124 AND 125 AND SE
Dated this 15th dy of STORAGE UNIT 222. 3100 Antiques
Dated this, 15th day of ,311, Appliances "*..
August 2008. been filed against 3120-Arts Crans
you and you are required .3130,-Auctions
DON W HOWARD written defenses, f 3150 BuildinSupplies
CLERK OF COURTS on or before tobera n'3160 Bus.ness
By:Daniel Luke, 2008 on Forida Defaul Equipment
Deputy Clerk n Florida Default 3170 Collectibles
u Law Group, P.L., 3180 Computers
08/27/08 Plaintiff's attorney, whose 3190 Electronics
09/03/08 address is 911 Corpo- 3200- Firewood
09/10/08 rate Lake Drive, Suite 3220 Furniture
099/ 108 300 Tam.pa, Florida 3230 Garage/ard Sales
09/17/08 33634 andfile the origi- 3240 Guns
nal with this Court either 3250- Good Things to Eat
LEGAL #120081 before service on 3260 Health & Fitness
Plaintiff;s attorney or im- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
IN THE CIRCUIT mediately thereafter; oth- 3280 Machinery/
COURT OF THE FIRST erwise a default will be Equipment
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN entered against you for 3290 Meical Equipment
AND FOR the relief demanded in 3300 Miscel.laneous
OKALOOSA the Complaint or petition. 331 Musical instrument
COUNTY, FLORIDA' 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
COUNTY FLORIDASupplies
CIVIL ACTION CASE WITNESS my hand-and 3330- Suppliesnt/Hotel
.NO. 08-DR-4540 the. seal of this Court on 3340 Rstuporting Goods
this 4 day of September, 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
IN RE: The Marriage of 2008: Tl
DONALD R. BENSON, Don W Howard
JR., Don W. Howard
Petitioner/Husband, Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims ,0
and As Deputy Clerk All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
DANIELA K. BENSON, Florida Default Law others, mantels, cuckoos,
Respondent/Wife. Group, P.L P.O. Box we bu antiques, Call
689-1007


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Open to the public.
Booths are $10. to
rent. Call 682-6524 to
reserve your booth. All
booths MUST be set up
and cars moved by
7am. Will be shutting
down promptly at 1 pm.



NEW NTiJAY


HEW TrOIAY


Crestview
BIG YARD SALE
248 Bracewell St
Fri & Sat 7am till
Low prices!
Crestview
ESTATE SALE
In and Out Sale, Sept
18 19 & 20 from 7AM -
Till. 607 Noble Cirle
(Brookmeade Villas Apts)
Cre Ar.,e-,
GARAGE SALE!
*;al .esp 20 MM.0.$1 Tll


Ron's Appliance & Parts,
appliance repair, appli-
ance parts 213 N. Main
Street call 689-1007.
After hours 305-8515


3130 L
Auction 182 Acres Di-
vided 2500 Sq. Ft.
Home Thurs. Oct. 2,
4:00 p.m. Dooly County,
GA This Farm will sell di-
vided into 7 tracts rang-
ing in size from 12 to,59
acres, with 4 tracts sell-
ing absolute. The Farm
features 120 acres of
productive 'cropland &
62 acres of hardwoods &
ines. The home was
built in 2005 and has 3
bedrooms & 2 baths, cus-
tom cabinets, & garden
tub. The Farm will be
sold divided, in combina-
tions of tracts or as a
whole if requested. In-
spection: Sept. 28, from
1 till 4 p.m or by ap-
pointment. Farm equip-
ment sells at absolute
auction. Pay 20% dwon,
10% buyer's premium.
GAL # 2034. For De-
tailed Information
www. johndixon.com
1800) 479-1763 John
Dixon & Associates
Auctions-Marketing.



Metal Roofing Bu., d.-
rect from manrufa.:lurer"
Over 20 col..r:i ,.r, i ck
several profiles to choose
from. Quick turnaround.
Delivery available.
352 498-0778,
(888)393-0335.
www.GulfCoastSupply.com



Sony 51 in. Widescreen
Rear Projection, HDTV
perfect condition $600.
Call 567-7788





NEW TIIAY

Flexsteel Sofa & Loveseat
moss green excellent con-
dition $250. call
678-8496


HNEW TlAY

Wood bunk beds for
sale, full size bottom and
new twin mattress top.
$175. Call 398-8624"


S 3230
Baker
Giant 4 Family
Garage Sale
Fri & Sat 8am-noon Rain
or Shine. 5985 & 5995
Jack Stokes Road.

Crestview


I (J fllo hiamir[ner ,..I'et.rev. Exp noi
Dr...e (GCrand,'.e.s nec:eA'.ary computer
He,ohri) LoT; of .ru, iulf knowledge is VERY ez.
ar, e en a l.."Ariiquel .eriial W'vrie Box 11
2200 S Feidbn, Cie:i.
Cresilvie.-, .,e 32536
Gigantile LYard ogistics/Transportation

Sat & Sun 8 until ?. Furni- Driver Trainees
ture, household items, Needed No CDL? No
toys, halloween cos- Probleml Earn up to
tumes clorythes soes. $900wk. Home week-
.ts.o f I ends w/IMC. Company
3018 Colonial endorsed CDL Traininq.
Circle 1-866-280-5309
off of Monterrey Quality Assurance/Safety
Crestview
Huge inside Mystery
Yard Sale Shoppers
Look for signs Earn up to $150 per
2 .day. Undercover shop-
y429 N ,pers needed to ludge re
Hathaway St ail and dir.;ng e:.tab-
Across from Twin Hills lishments. Experience riot
Park. 240-9678 required. Please callI
1-877-664-5368
Crestview Web ID #27821849
Multi-Family Retail/Wholes6le
Yard Sale
Sat. Sep. 20, 7am-? ASSISTANT
502 E. Hickory Av. @
Crestview Family Den- MANAGER
tistry (across from KFC). PT/FT SALES
t a Hibbett Sports is hiring in
Crestview Crestview. Apply at:
Multi-Family 2529 Ferdon Blvd.,
Yard Sale South, Crestview FL
Sat. Sep 20 8am-4pm, 32536. Hibbett Sports
6849 Hwy 8N (8 miles conducts drug testing.
North). www.hibbett.com
Crestview
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE! 413
Sat. Sept. 20 Drivers: Call ASAPI $$
6AM-Noon, 3170 Sign-On Bonus $$
Pinewoods Drive (off 35-41 cpm Earn over
Shoffner Blvd gain to, $1000 weekly Excellent
ward the airport) Furni- Benefits Need CDL-A & 3
lure baby items, some mos recent OTR
clothes & toys, new (877)258-8782
health & beauty aids. www.meltontruck.com.


NEW rTIJAV
3BR/2BA half acre on
Aurora Dr. $800.;
3BR/2BA half acre on E.
Chestnut $1000.;
3BR/2BA 1810 sf. on
Limestone $1095.;
3BR/2BA on half acre,
Pool w/pool mainte-
nance. Property Profes-
sionals 68.3-]714


NEW TooAY
4BR/2BA, Antioch Es-
tates $1100.; 4BR/2BA
2403sf. Old Bethel Es-
tates $1400.; 4BR/4BA
Holly Hills, pool, pond, 2
acres, $1600. Property
Professionals 683-1714

Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
107 & 121 Swaying
Pine 3br, 2.5ba $850
mo + $600 dd
504 Tall Pines
3 br, 1 ba, $725+dd
4638 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd
220 Water Oak
3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd
5474 Haburn St.
3 br 2 ba, $900
309 John King
3 br 2 ba $825
0513 WingSpan Way
3br, 2/ba $775+dd
6117 Magnolia
3 br 2ba $775
2413 Hal Moon
3 br 2 ba $1200+dd
1 5 Mil Pond Cove
4 br, 2 1/2 ba, $1000
T<


LOT 56, WINDSOR
FOEST, A 63 LOT ALMA W. JESTER, et
RESIDENTIAL SUBDI- al,
VISION IN DESTIN, Defendant(s).
FLORIDA, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT NOTICE OF ACTION
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT TO: ALMA W. JESTER
BOOK 13, PAGE 61 LAST KNOWN AD-
AND 62 OF THE PUB- DRESS: 1053 Troon
LIC RECORDS OF Drive East Niceville, Fl
O K A L OO 5 A 32578
COUNTY, FLQRIDA CURRENT ADDRESS:


LEGAL # 120082 ti's da' of
2008
SIN THE CIRCUIT Don W Howar
COURT OF THE FIRST Clerk of the Cc
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN By: Kitty Sims
AND FOR As Deputy Cler
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA Florida Def
CIVIL ACTION CASE GrsoupPL P.
NO. 08-DR-3631 25018 Tamp
IN RE: The Marriage of 33622-5018
RICARDO C. ESGUERRA, IMPORTANT
Petitioner/Husband, In accordance
Americans wi
and ties Act, perso
LOURBEL A. ESGUERRA, accommodation
Respondent/Wife. i .pate in this
No-C OF ATIN should contact
NOTICE OF ACTION r,;ir.i-;onr, a1
OF DISSOLUTION OF ,,Ie,ard
MARRIAGE ,e FL 32
To LOURBEL A h8n6e9.500
ESGUEPRA 10313 Wes, son 7497, p
Roanoke Avenue lon oroceed,.rg .:.
dale, AZ 85392 (850)651.-. 4
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- IMPORTANT
FIED that an action for In accordance
dissolution of marriage Americans wi
has been filed against ties Act, perso
you and you are required abilities "needi
o serve a copy of your accommodation
written defenses if any, ate in this
to Ricardo C. Esguerra, should contact
Petitioner, c/o Mark S. ministration at
Rubin, Esq. RUBIN LAW *Eglin Parkway
FIRM, 17 NE Eglin FPL 32579'
Parkway, Fort Walton number 25850)
Beach, Florida 32548, prior tothe prc
on or before October 6, prior to the pr
2008, and file the orini- 09/10/2008
nal. with the. clerk of t is 09/17/2008
.court at the Okaloosa
County Couri.h:,c,'e,
1250 N. Eglir Pork.,a,. LEGAL # 120C
Shalimnar, FE 325 79 be-
fore service on P.i;i~oner ''IN THE'CI
or immediately thlre.3flr COURT OF 1
If you fail to do so, a JUDICIAL CI
default will be en- AND F
tered against you OKALO
for the relief de- COUNTY, F
handed in the peti- CIVIL ACTIC
urt's ffice. on.ou NO.
Copies of all court 46-2008-CA
documents in this DIVISION: I
case, including F08055
orders, are avalabthe
at the Clerk of COUNTR
Court's office. You HOME LOAN
may review these Plaintiff,
documents upon re-
quest. vs.
You must keep the
Clerk of .the 'ircuit LATILSHA
Court's office notified A/K/A
of your current ad- LATOYA MA
dress. (You may file al,
Notice of Current Defendant(s).
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap- NOTICE OF A
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.4 Future TO: LATILSHA
pa ers in thi law- A/K/A
sui will be mailed to LATOYA MAI
the address on rec-


A.Y )U V -U I LII.. -


3230 | 130
Crestview Post Office Now Hir-


horse & dog items, tools, USPS who hires. Call
ect. (866)7134492.
Laurel Hill ..
Huge Family
Yard Sale
Fri. & Sat, 7am-1pm ...-' J
8587 Hwy 85 N. (1/ L '
mile north of caution
light.)
TUPPERWARE BUSINESS FINANCIAl
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or- 5100 Business
der. Call Jackie Opportunities
682-4305 5110 Money to Lend



m o Ge & All Cash Candy Route
Jumbo Green Do yu earn $800 in a
boiled peanuts Holland ay. 30 Local Machines
Farms 1-877-675-6876 and Candy. $9,995.
m (8881629-9968
Q2000033. Call Us:
"We will not be under-
S 3260 soldlI
Treadmill Free Rags To Riches
Proform PT6.0, ood con- Mail Order Opportunity
edition $325 Call Guidel Name Address,
826-1415 Zip and $3 S/H to Em--
mer: 1903D Bermudd-
Cir. Coconut Creek, FL
33066.
..ustelnme@ao1.Lcom
3300 954)972-5312. ,,
Attend Colleqe Online Guaranteed Weekly
from Home. Medical, Settlement Check. Join
*Business, *Paralegal Wil-Trans Lease Operator
*Computers, *Criminal Program. Get the Benefits
Justice. Job placement as- of gr Being a Lease
distance. Computer avail- Operator without any of
able. Financial Aid if the Risk. (866
qu, alified. Call 906-2982. Must be 23.
(866)858-2121,
www.CenturaOnline.com Own a Recession
Proof Business Estab-
Crestview Elks Lodge lished accounts with the.
Turkey Shoot begins on average owner earning
September 20 9:00 over $200K a year call
am, and each Saturday 24/7 (866)622-8892
Excellent Prizes. Hw CODE X
90E to Fairchild Rd. Fol-
low Signs. .

NEW TiAV, I

Dinnerware 12 place
settings and all extra
servirna pieces. $100.
call 678-8496 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100- Business/
.flHIV Commercial
,flW JU01 6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130- Candof/ownhouse
If you enjoy dining out, 6140- House Rentals
why not enhance your ex- 6150- Roommate Wanted
perience by relaxing to 6160- Rooms for Rent
the live piano sound of 6170 Mobile'Home/Lot .-.
16 yr old Jordan 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
Colclasure Every Sat. at 6190- Timeshare Rentals
Coach n Four Sfeakhouse 6200 Vacation Rentals
,Cview, 530pm- 830pm
pianobyjordan.com -
Now Availablel 2008 I 6100
Post Office Jobs.
$18-$20/Hr. No Experi Commercial office space
ence, Paid Training, Fbd for lease 828 N. Ferdon
Benefits., Vacations. Call Blvd. 682-2735
(80091 0-9941 Todayl For Lease Main Street
REF #FL08. location. 201 N. Main
St. Call 682-2735
For Lease, Newly Re-
330 modeled Commercial
3310 Space 176-178 S. Indus-;
trial Drive. 682-2735

NfEW rfOIJA
Less than year old GK *7 6110
300 Watt Bass Amp. Brookmeade Villas
was $600. will take Apts. 1 apartment
$450. Pink Metallic available now for the eld-
Daisy Rock Bass Guitar erly, handicapped & dis-
was $200. will take abled. 102 Noble Circle
$100. Call 218-1849 Crestview Fl 32539
850-689-2272 TDD/TTY
SOTN 711. Equal Housing Op-
k-G Dportunity.
3340 Crestview- 2br, Iba,
quiet gated no pets
GUN SHOW $57mo/$50dep; 12
Santa Rosa County mo leasereq.
Auditorium Milton FL 585-6985
Sept. 20 & 21, 2008. Crestview Bent Creek
9am 5pm. 48501 Apts' II Vouchers Ac-
9574952/ 261-840 cepted. Rental assistance
Gen. Admission $5. may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
a ts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
S.. Crestview, FL. Call 850
t ) 682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Ol-
portunity
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 daily, $165
wk e Ifficiny $20 Wk.
$600 4 weeks. Call
EMPLOYMENT 6824466
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130- Employment 6130
information Crestview 305 Purl
Adams. 2; br, 1 1/2ba,
W/D ,70.5 r,4o + dep.

Drivers Cresview 3BR/2.5BA
behind hospital., lawn
Drivers needed with aintenace included,
Class B or better license oNe a djh$ 0 d c as l $70
person at 984 W. ames 850-569-2315 cell
Lee Blvd., Crestview 850-209-4216
Healthcare' .

Medical Assistant 6140


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I- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,2008


CLASSIFIED


Crestview News Bulletin I B9


6140 6140
Crestview 3br, 2ba, Rent to Own
2cg, new paint, tile & Crestview-' Owner fi-
carpet.'S of 1-10 $895mo nanced. 3 br, 1 ba.
+ dep 217-7344 $690 mo. (includes taxes
& insurance) with $3000
Crestview 3BR/2BA down. 537-9798
$725. mo call scott
546-1192 NEW TlIAY


NEW TIIDAY
Crestview 3BR/2BA
4008 Poverty Creek
Rd.(off airport rd $700.
mo + $700. dd. Call
689-4442 or 240-0474
Crestview- 3BD 2 BA
plenty of room horses
welcome. $1000. mo.
call Scott 546-1192
Crestview- 3bd 2ba
3376 Polly Ln. X Large
fenced yard $775 mo +
$775. Dep. 642-2121
Crestview- 4 br 2 ba,
1850sf. S. of 1-16. Nice
neighborhood. $1100
mo. 685-7442


Crestview- Beautiful
brick 3 br, 2 ba, garage,
W/D, incl. $95 mo +
dd. Call 699-3833


NEW TOIAY
Crestview Rentals:
* S. Willson 2 homes
$460 & $475
* SSpring St 3 br, 1 ba
+ Tall Pines 3 br, 1.5 ba
$675
* Ed ewood PI 3br, 1 ba
* Cabanna Wa 3br,
2ba $850
* Krest Dr 3 br, 2 ba
$950
* Jacob St 4 br, 2 ba
$1000
Rick Epperson Realty LLC
850-865-7777

Crestview, FL
Beautiful
Crestview
Home For Rent
4br 2.5ba 2cg.
2300sqft, unfurnished,
large yard, great neigh-
bor ood. Call
850-259-1560.


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 204 Booker St.
$500 2 br, 1 ba
* 139 Stephens Lane,
$875 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC
*231 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
+ 1524 Long Needle Ct,
$1100, 3, 2, 2, no pets
+ 391 Riverchase
$1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
+ Commercial
290 Main Street $1500
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156
Venice New 1 and 2
bedroom homes from
$900 per month in active
lifestyle community with
waterfront sites, resort
amenities, on-site activi-
ties and events.
(866)823-8960.


6170
16x80 M.H. 3br./ 2ba
w/ W/D hook up,
CH&A, $695 per mo.,
$500 dep. 682-1266
3br, 2ba, large yard.
Lar e trailer. No
smoke/ ets. $550/mo.
$575dd. 240-0890
Crestview 2br, 2ba,
private lot. Close to Hwy
90 & Antioch. $575/mo.
Available now. Call
862-4595 or 217-2750


NEW iTDAY
Crestview Large 3br
2ba, doublewide wood
floors. 427 Brookmeade
Dr. $600mo 398-6600
Holt
3 Bd. 2Ba/4Bd2 Ba


Call Scott 546-1192
Crestview: S. O-10 3BR
2BA, 2CG $995mo.+ N-
dep. Flex Ilease for mili-
tary. 850-502-9340 NEW TODA
FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer Mobile Home on 1.91
construction house w/ acres, 3BR/2BA, 960
fenced ard available for sr., fenced.ard, small
lease Oct. 1st. Great Io- pet ok, $525. mo Prop-
cation to both bases erty Professionals
Terms negotiable. $1200 683-1714
-mo. Calr850 699-2189


TA NEW uu',A'
W A Mossy Head 3br 2ba
private lot. all electric,
Laurel Hill 2BR, split good condition, cute
bath, stove, fridge, air & place no pets.
heat. Avail Oct 1. $550 $ 5 5 0 / $ 4 $0 .
mo+utils 850-652-4155 850-225-0949


REAl. ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



Bank Speciall 3 bed-
rooms, 2 bathrooms
large lot! Make offers
Gracious Living Realty.
www.graciousliving.org
e-mair william@
graciousliving.org
.800 749-5263 Bank
says 'Sell, Sell, Selll"





Crestview


NEW rITAY
I'm Retiring The
home of Judge
Charles A. Wade is
for Sale. 2,600 SQ. FT.
Brick Tri-Level home at
14 bel Cerro Camino,
Crestview, FL on beautiful
Lake Larga. Fish from
your backyard & enjoy
fantastic view from wrap
around porch's top floor.
Home is on 3 1/2 acres,
on paved road, with barn
and shed with 2 1/2 ac-
res fenced and cross
fenced for horses, with
creek running through
pasture. Home has beau-
tiful pool, with fenced
concrete patio around
pool, overlooking lake
with 2 car garage with
bathroom & shower.
Huge master bedroom
with walking closet and
bath 2 more bedrooms,
large family room
w/stone fireplace, large
living room upstairs with
lovely stone fireplace and
cathedral ceilings with
windows all around for
perfect view of old oak
trees and lake. Dining
area and separate
kitchen. You must see this
All for $350,000. Like
being in the country, but
just outside the city limits.
all 850-682-9600 far
appointment. .


You to can sell your
house "As is" for a fair
price on the date of your
choice and move when
you are ready 1800 you
sell.





484 Wilson Street
Perfect location
2580sqft
Only $1799
per month
2580sqft $1799 per
month. Wow Act Now.
I parking spots, great
traffic Crestview. New
carpet, paint profes-
sional building. Call
Dino Sinopoli RE/MAX
A ency One
850-974-7778





45+ Acres from
$34,900 First Come,
First Served Saturday,
October 4, 2008 South-
ern Colorado ranches Ex-
cellent financing availa-
ble Call for your private
propery tour
/riAOtgA3'9 A-x57A


Crestview 5 Lots availa-
ble south of 1-10 starting
W lO O ,K at 10000. up to
4br, 3ba, 2500sft of $20,00. Call Bill or
110, rea vfew S frea Individual wants to buy Gail Gross @585-5565
11; o o .ricr house for investment. Call for info Building Amer-
home, 419 hristopher 651-0987 ica Realty ServiceInc.
Drive. $224,000. Call to
see todarv 259-1327.- .


Crestview New homes
available in Silver
Springs Estates starting at
$152,900. floor plans
from 1225sf. up to
2680sf. call Bill or Gail
Gross @ 585-5565
Building America Realty
Services Inc.
Crestview No Money
Down @$850. mo. Drop
dead georgous 3BR/2BA
2502 Sunset Dr. call
1800-you-sell or
850-699-4026



FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP w/al brick hearth,
vaulted .:ei,,,g fresh
paint, c'.,ir, system,
updated elec ronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
ink back yard perfect
for pets. $299,000.
Call 950 226-6754


SNavarre ~
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
Priced to selF at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.


NEW OWAY
NEW HOMES
Quality built starting ai
$89,08 $149,995 Nu-
merous areas, conveniernt
to Eglin.
GREAT
All brick home on full
acre lot, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 c
$174,995
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850 689-1334
850 582-3806


Cview Clears 1+ acre
with some nice trees,
new septic tank, water
meter, & 200 amp power
pole. Close to town & Ju-
niper lake. Mobiles okay.
$29,999. 496-9546


NEW TrIJAY
HALF-ACRE LOTS
Underground utilities, indi-
viduals welcome, or
WILL BUILD TO
SUIT!
GREAT FIND!
1 acre within minutes of
downtown Crestview.
No Restrictions, in good
area
ESCAMBIA
FARMS
Starting at $5000 P/AC
Some of the lowest
priced acreage listings in
he area. Paved Road
Frontage. Hunting Land -
Some parcesl with nice
homes.
ONE ACRE
Lot in nice neighborhood
with country setting.
$42,500
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850 689-1334
850 582-3806


Owner Sacrifice
Ocala/Orlando Area
10.29 Acres reduced to
$169,785. Perfect sett-
ing, hills, views, fenced,
abuts trail system min-
utes to The Villages.
Owner/Broker (866)
656-0022

South Carolina low
country Hunting/ Recrea-
tion Tracts for sale. Close
to 1-95 in Bamberg CO.
Peaceful/secluded and
loaded with deer, turkey,
hogs and timber value
too. 42ac-85ac-120ac-
235ac-500ac-730ac- all
on the Little Salkahatchie
river. Roads, game plots,
stands new Ready to
hunt. Priced below mar-
ketil Call Now
(803)826-6033 (Brokers
Protected).

Steal My Marshfront
Owner sacrificelll Drop
dead gorgeous
Marshfront. My neighbor
paid $389,900. I'll sell
mine for less than the
bank repo's. My six fig-
ure loss is your gain.
$229,900. tall:
(888)306-4734


Virginia Mountains
Log cabin shell on 2 pri-
Lakefront living at its vote acres near very
finest. Homesites availa- wide trout stream in the
ble nestled in the moun- Galax area and New
tains'of NC along 150 River State Park
miles of shoreline. 30% $139,500. Owner (866)
discounts for limited time 789-8535
(800)709-LAKE.


*LOW $ DOWN
HOME* Gov't & Bank
Reposl Little $ Downl
Call Nowl (800)
861-5890 '

Sale or Trade 702 ac-
res, tbr/dev. land Holmes
Co. Fl. nr 1-10, $3,500
acre 850-892-3398


EW T 7190


DeFuniak
2 acres
home site ready, city
water, septic, power. 50
min to Eglin AFB, 12 mi-
les to I-10 & Lowes. Near
Kin? Lake. $59,900.
CalF 850-699-4350


CHEVhLILL


East Tennessee afforda-
ble lake lots and homes
minutes from the Great
Smoky Mountains on pris-
tine Norris Lake. Call
Lakeside Realty
@(8881291-5253 or visit
www.lakesidereally-tn.com.


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATVWOff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


Claude Mitchell
With over 30 years experience
in the automobile business,
I encourage you to come in
and let's look at your vehicle
needs. With current cash
incentives & finance plans,
together we will find a solution
that best suits your situation.


A .AfI IEMAMMAN lVfflOTN
wa r __ ,'1Your Silverado Headquarters. Locally Owned & Operated
CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


$ Cash $
for Junk Cars!
Will pick up. Running or
Notl Call 585-5004


95 Nissan SE Maxima 4
door, V-6 AT very good
condition 55,000 origi-
nal miles $5500. OBO
call 758-1020


Chevy Lumina '99, New
starter, battery, tires
body and interior ood
condo. Need work/blown
head gasket. $500 OBO
689-8576


8120


Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio white w/ blk
soft top (6 9) 204-1406


Great Family
Vehicle
2000 Chrysler Town &
Country minivan. Top-of-
line Limited edition. Only
80k miles. Well main-
tained. Leather interior.
Four captain's seats. Re-
movable third-row seat-
in. Chrome wheels. Our
kids have grown and this
van is now ready to carry
yours. $8000. Call
651-0164 or 699-3444



8160


NEW iJIJAV
1997 Honda 750 Night-
hawk good condition
great gas mileage
$1500. call 423-1223



8210




1998 Fourwinds inboard
outboard needs work
$2500. 689-0161


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Close to Crestview and Eglin AFB.
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Come in and sign a 12 month lease
and receive $100 OFF your 1st
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STARTING AT $14,990


2008 FOCSR COUPE


STARTING AT $12,290


2008 IRONMAN EXPLORER 2008 EDGE FWD SE 2008 F150 4X2 STYLESIDE REG CAB
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MSRP
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STARTING AT


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$12,995


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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2008


B10 I Crestview News Bulletin


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