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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2008


UP ON
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Today's Forecast
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I Bolduc: 'We accomplished a
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Jonathan Roberts from the "Danc-
ing With the Stars" television show
takes the floor with Rachel Nich-
olson of Fred Astaire Franchised
Dance Studio in Crestview.
Crestview News Bulletin
Fred Astaire Franchised Dance
Studios in Crestview had a special-
guest for its grand opening
Thursday.
Jonathan Roberts, who has taken
part in five seasons of the "Dancing
With the, Stars" television program,
spent the day at the studio.
Roberts provided lessons during
the day and appeared during the free
grand opening celebration Thursday
night.


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Photo illustration by Greg Allen. Images from magazine
and catalog clippings provided by Esin Gershaw.


Find trendy fall fashions


in local stores


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Wide belts. Fashionable scarves.
Boots of all heights.
All are "in" this fall, according to
Esin Gershaw, a local resident who
has been involved in modeling and
fashion since she was 15.
You could pay thousands of
dollars for some designer garments
and accessories, or you can find
equally nice versions in North
Okaloosa County.
Gershaw offered tips for finding
the trendiest fall fashions in the
area.
Belts
Gershaw says "wide belts are
very much in fashion" this fall.


She suggests wide belts worn
over dresses and outerwear or with
a three-quarter sweater or tunic.
Boots
Boots of all heights are in vogue
and being worn with dresses, tights,
textured hose and over slim slacks.
"What we're seeing this year"
said Gershaw "are ankle boots
which used to be worn with slacks
because the pants would cover the
ankle, are now being worn with
dresses and with tights."
She s-ubmitted a photo of a pair of
boots priced at $1,295, but said local
shoppers can find fashionable boots
for a fraction of the price.
"I thought the price was
interesting because you can find
similar boots in local shoe stores at


affordable prices," she said.,'
Handbags
Trendy handbags have bright
colors and "hardware" closures.
Look for copies of the designer
bags in local stores.. They look just
as nice, without the sticker shock.
"The prices are incredible here,"
Gershaw said.
Fabrics
Fabrics such as chiffon, lace and
tulle are making a comeback.
Gershaw suggests chiffon dresses
during the day, worn with high or
ankle-length boots. A dress made of
tulle creates an airy look and feel.

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Kyle Wright I Crestview News Bulletin
Tim Bolduc completes some paperwork during
his last day as Laurel Hill's City Manager.

Former Laurel Hill

city manager reflects

on his tenure
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL The city of Laurel Hill is
still a part of Tim Bolduc, whose last day as the
community's City Manager was Thursday.
Bolduc caught himself making several
references to "we" when speaking to city council
members following Thursday's city budget
hearing, even though his tenure officially
concluded at the same moment the meeting
ended.
Bolduc sat down after the meeting with News
Bulletin editor Kyle Wright to discuss his time
.with the. city.
Kyle Wright: It's your last day here. Describe
your emotions knowing you'll be walking out of
this building for the last time today?
Tim Bolduc: "It's a little bittersweet. I'm
excited about the opportunities I have in front of
me. I'm excited about the things we've done at
the city and I look forward to hopefully seeing
some of those things come to fruition even after
I'm gone. But it's a little bittersweet. I'll miss the
people. I won't miss the stress, but I'll miss the
people."
KW: What was the city's biggest success
during your time here?
TB: "We have accomplished a tremendous
amount. We brought in $300,000 in that'
appropriation (for a new water tower). We
brought $33,000 and some change to the park. We
improved the maintenance of the streets quite a
bit. We cut the overall spending quite a bit. We
were able to cut the millage rate this year with a
balanced budget, which is nice. If (the council)
can maintain the spending plan we set before
them they're going to have some money left in the
bank at the end of the year, which is something
the city has been lacking. So I'm proud of what
we were able to do in a short amount of time.
I'll be proud to see the water tower go up. It's
something they really needed."
KW: Is there anything that did not get done
you wish had been accomplished?
TB: "There's some logistical things with some
items on the comprehensive plan I would have
liked to gotten accomplished. We did a lot in a
real short time so it's hard to be unhappy about
how much we got done. There's a few decisions
that were made along the way I wish we would
have done differently, but we did the best we
could with the information we had."
KW: A person in your position often is
subject to criticism. Looking back, was there any
criticism that was particularly unfair?
TB: "Really and truly for the most part the
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The team lost 26-6.

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Jeremy Willis (4) of Baker's 9-10 football team
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Jason "Jay $$" Moore of Baker's 7-8 youth football team
breaks through the line against Straughn. The team lost
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RELIGION


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PULPITher Raymond Williamscomes
i Brother Raymond Williams


We know that an idol is
nothing in the world, and
that there is none other God
but one... To us there is but
one God, the Father, of whom
are all things, and we in him;
and one Lord Jesus Christ, by
whom are all things, and we
by him. Howbeit there is not
in every man that knowledge
(I Corinthians 8:4, 6-7).


She was an old Chinese
woman and stood balanc-
ing herself on her tiny
bound feet with the aid of
a cane. She was listening
to a missionary telling the
story of Jesus to a group of
women.
"That is wonderful," she
said to herself, "but the for-
eigner must be mistaken. I


will ask the Chinese wom-
an who is with the mission-
ary if the story is true."
"Yes, it is true," said the
Chinese woman in answer
to her question, "and I will
come and see you and tell
you more."
The next day the Bible
woman went to call on
her new acquaintance. She


spent an hour telling her
the Gospel story and about
the true God. Finally the
old lady said she believed
and great joy and peace
came into her heart.
A few nights later she
had a strange dream. A
great light fell across the
floor of her room, and the
idols on the shelf began to


move. Then a figure whom
she took to be Jesus stood
in the doorway, and all the
idols climbed down from
the shelf.
"Where are you going?"
she asked them. "When
Jesus comes, we have to
get out," they replied. Then
she awoke.
When Jesus comes into


our hearts the old idols of
the world must get out.
Our affections must be set
on the things above.

Brother Raymond Wil-
liams is pastor at New
Beginnings Church located
at 412 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Phone (850) 689-
2988.


Pastors rally for Marriage Protection Amendment


Tom McLaughlin
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A group rallying support
for the controversial Marriage
Protection Amendment came
to Crestview on Wednesday
to hold a pep rally for local
pastors.
Members of SupportMar-
riage.org, 'an organization
working for passage of the
amendment, are traveling
the state to urge church lead-
ers to sell their flocks on its
significance. The group also
organized meetings in Tam-
pa and Jacksonville. Addi-
tional meetings in Orlando,
Fort Myers and Miami are
planned.
About 30 pastors were at
the First Baptist Church of
Crestview to hear the mar-
keting pitch.
If approved, Amendment
2 would make marriage be-
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For Amendment 2 to pass,
it must receive 60 percent
of the votes cast Nov. 4. The
most recent poll on the issue,
conducted by Quinnipiac
University, shows 55 percent
of likely voters in favor of the
amendment and 41 percent
opposed.

Are your for or against
Amendment 2? Tell us why at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Photos by Ann Spann
Crestview News' Bulletin
Above, local pastors pick
up yard signs in support
of Amendment 2 during
a pastor's rally at the
First Baptist Church in
Crestview on Wednesday.
At left, the Rev. Clayton
Cloer (right), pastor of the
First Baptist Church of
Central Florida, spoke with
Thomas Kinchen, President
of The Baptist College of
Florida at the rally. :


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The Rev. Fran Picker, former pastor of First
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pastor at Live Oak Baptist in Crestview, will be the
speaker.
Each night, a different age group will be
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with ice cream social afterwards. A nursery will be
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with Sunday School at 9:45 and morning worship
at 10:30. Dinner will be served afterward. Bring a
covered dish and a friend.
MINOR PROPHETS STUDY TIME CHANGES:
Baker United Methodist Church now has Minor
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at 11 a.m., due to winter hours.
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morning Bible classes and offering an additional
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BOLDUC continued from 1


citizens of Laurel Hill
understand what we
tried to accomplish
here. There was a lot of
misconception about
what our goal was.
When we came in we
came into a town where
the water department
wasn't self-sufficient, the
general fund wasn't self-
sufficient. There were a
lot of things that needed
to be fixed. So when you
come into a situation
that has been headed in
a certain direction for 25
or 30 years and you have
to try to make changes to
that, sometimes it affects
the individual citizens.
We had to raise the water
rates, and shortly before I
came on the millage rate
was added. Sometimes
when it affects people's
pocketbooks they don't
see the whole picture and


that's unfortunate.
"I was proud to have
served with Mayor
James Dunn. He is an
excellent leader and a
visionary like no one I've
ever worked for before
who will empower the
people who work for him
to complete the vision
and dreams he had. It's
too bad we met so late
in his term because I
think we really could
have accomplished some
things if we had started a
few years ago."

KW: On the flip side,
are there any criticisms
you think about now and
say, 'You know, they had
a good point'?
TB: "We put a cell
phone tower up in town
people weren't real happy
with, and I truly regret
that the voices weren't


heard beforehand on
that. If I could go back
and change one thing, I
would have wished those
people would have come
forward before the tower
went up, and maybe
we could have done
something different. ... I
don't think the criticism
we got on the cell tower
was fair, but the end
result on the cell tower
was unfortunate. When
(the builders of the tower)
came to the city we
opened it up to the public
on several occasions.
We knew it was a bad
business deal for the city
so I turned them down
and let them go to private
citizens. When they came
back with the location
they have it on right now,
we opened it up, there
was a public hearing,
and nobody made any
real comments. So I don't
think the criticism toward
us was fair. We thought


we did everything we
could. But the end result,
I wish we could have put
it somewhere else.
"Now, we needed (the
tower). We didn't have
a cell tower. There was
no doubt the city needed
that. But had I known it
was going to create such
grief for so many people,
I would have tried to do it
differently."

KW: For those who
don't know, what is the
next step for you?
TB: "I'm real excited.
I've taken a job with the
city of Fort Walton Beach
as their building official.
Their building official
who had worked there for
about 25 years, (Friday
was) her last day and I'll
start on Monday. So I'm
excited about that. It's
familiar territory for me.


I love what I've done
out here and I love
the job I had out here.
I'm finishing up some
schooling and I'd like to
do it (city manager) again
in the future sometime,
here or somewhere else."

KW: Any final words
you would like to say
to the people of Laurel
Hill?
"I would like to thank
all of the citizens in the
city of Laurel Hill. For the
most part people have
been really good to me -
Chris Jowers, (Doug and
Estelle) Rogers, Matthew
and Theresa Stucki at
the (1905) Gallery, Crista
and Doug Shepheard
... Mayor James Dunn
and I have developed
a real good friendship
through this I think will
last a long time. He is


probably the greatest
loss to the city in his
resignation. So I would
like to thank the citizens
for the opportunity to
serve them. It has been a
pleasure."

COUNCIL
APPROVES
BUDGET
The Laurel Hill City
Council approved the
city budget for the 2008-
09 fiscal year during a
hearing Thursday at City
Hall.
The budget includes
a 4.84 millage rate, down
from 5.0 mils.
The millage rate and
budget passed 3-0. Betty
Whliar,:iri:on asked that the
record also reflect she
0,:'uiI h ,.e. preferred a
ci',\er mrriilage rate Gar,
'ji iiarrii-..:n .,.a_'. unabli e to
attend.


FASHIONS continued from 1


Scarves
"This season's scarves
are more decorative than
functional," Gershaw
said.
She said a creative
woman can find any kind
of fabric from a local store
and transform it into an
attractive scarf. Scarves
are tied loosely around
the neck and extend to
the shoulder or even the


knees.
Tie a scarf
handbag for
personal touch.

Final tips
Gershaw
reads Vogue,
York Times and


as a 7th Avenue model by
to your doing a little research.
a light, "People who are
interested in fashion keep
up with it," she said.
"Subscribe to fashion
regularly magazines and log on
the New to the Internet to get the
I the New latest fashions."


York Post to keep up with
the latest fashions.
She says local residents
canbe as fashion-conscious


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Esin Gershani keeps up
aith the latest fashions, but
she also has outfits she
has worn since the 1970s.
She says some "classic
clothes" never go out of
style particularly the
"little black dress."
"4 little black dress is
a must," she said. "Not a
pencil skirt. Not too tight.
Just a straight dress. It
always stays in fashion."
Gersnaw recommends


owning one black
dress cut right
under the knee
and another cut
at the calf. The
same applies to
black skirts. -
"Once you
have those. you
can dress it up
or dress it down." Esin (
she said.
Gershaw said a person
can combine the skirls with


, a sporty sweater
and boots and
go to work, and
then change
to a chiffon,
lace shirt with
a metallic belt
and be ready for
dinner at a nice
restaurant.
?rshaw These tips
also work with
straight legged or boot cut
slacks.


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Crestview News Bulletin I 5


CRESTVIEW CITY COUNCIL AGENDA


The Crestview City Council
meets Monday at 6 p.m. in
Council Chambers. The public
in invited and encouraged to
attend.
1. Approval of Consent
Agenda.
2. Presentation of
Proclamation & Service Awards
- Mayor Cadle.
3. Public Hearing:
a. Ordinance #1398-
Small Scale Comprehensive
Plan Amendment 08S3 (0.30
acres in Section 26, Township 3
North, Range 24 West, located
along Arena Road, adjacent to
the sprayfield. {See "Projects
from TRC & LPA" TRC 8-4-08;
LPA 8-19-08 for September
Meetings}). Requested by City
of Crestview, Property Owner
- Second Reading.
b. Ordinance #1402 -
Repealing Ordinance 1309
because of an erroneous
property description and
Annexation of 100.363
acres, located in Section 1,
Township 2 North, Range 24
West. Request by Cook and
Watts, LLC, Property Owner -
Second Reading.
c. Ordinance #1411 -
Rezoning 0.40 acres in Section
17, Township 3 North, Range
23 West, commonly known
as the drive-thru for the First
National Bank was recently
passed as Comprehensive
Amendment 08S2 -
Requested by First National
Bank, Property Owner -
Second Reading.
d. Ordinance #1412 -
Rezoning 6.00 acres in Section
21, Township 3 North, Range
23 West, recently passed as
Comprehensive Amendment
06-1-7 Requested by David
Nicometo, Property Owner -
Second Reading.
4. New Business:
a. TEFRA Hearing (GNMA
Collateralized-Freedom Walk
Apartments Project) City
Attorney.
b. Ordinance #1401 -
Small Scale Comprehensive
Plan Amendment 08S4 (1.99
acres in Section 36, Township 3
North, Range 24 West, located
on Cadle Drive. {See "Projects
from TRC & LPA" TRC 8-4-08;
LPA 8-19-08 for September,
Meetings)). Requested by
Michael Carroll, Property Owner
- First Reading.
See Booklet
"Comprehensive Plan Cycle
08-1 ORC Response Report
and Ordinances": (Ordinances
#1403-1414)
. c. Ordinance #1403 Plan,
Amendment 08-1-1 34.58
acres in Section 32, Twp 4
North, Range 23 West, on Old
Bethel Road. Requested by
Fred Proctor, Agent for Lizzie
Davidson Trust, Property Owner
- First Reading.
d. Ordinance #1404 Plan
Amendment 08-1-2 304.05
acres in Section 27, Twp 3
North, Range 23 West, on
Redstone Ave East. Requested
by D. R. Horton, Inc., Property
Owner First Reading
e. Ordinance #1405 Plan
Amendment 08-1-3 122
acres in Sections 15 and 16,
Twp 3 North, Range 23 West,
on James Lee Blvd East.
Requested by Rita Chimiak,
Property Owner First
Reading.
, f. Ordinance #1406 Plan
Amendment 08-1-4 100.13
acres in Section 1, Twp 2 North,
Range 24 West, on Old Antioch
Road. Requested by Cpok and
Watts, LLC, Property Owner -
First Reading.
g. Ordinance #1407:- Planr
Amendment 08-1-5 36.22
acres in Section 18,.Twp 3
North, Range 23 We::i .:.rn : .
South Lloyd Street. Requested
by Roger Grace, Property
Owner First Reading.
h. Ordinance #1408- Plan
Amendment 08-1-6 66.39
acres in Section 22, Twp 3
North, Range 23 West, on., i ,
Redstone Ave East. Requeste'r
by Okaloosa County School
Board First Reading.
i. Ordinance #1409- Plan
Amendment 08-1-7 72.59
acres in Section 32, Twp 3
North, Range 23 West, on P. J.
Adams Pkwy. Requested by
James Wellborn, Managing
Member of Retire Early, LLC,
Property Owner First
Reading.
j. Ordinance #1410 Plan
Amendment 08-1-8 34.58
acres in Sections 31 and 32,
Twp 4 North, Range 23 West,
on Old Bethel Road. Requested
by Philip Bowman, Agent
for Property Owners First


Reading.
k. Ordinance #1414 Plan
Amendment 08-1-9- Policy
revision 7.A.1.3 in conjunction
with Plan Amendment 08-1-4 -
First Reading.
I 1. Veterans Support Issue -
Councilwoman Linda Parker.
m. Crestview Police
Department Facility Plan -
Chief Mitchell.
n. Direction on Veterans
Affairs Committee
, appointments Administrative
Services Department.
o. direction on General


Employees Retirement Board
appointment Administrative
Services Department.
p. Resolution #08-18
(Supporting the Incorporation
& Bed-down of the F-35 Joint
Strike Fighter Integration
Training Center at Eglin AFB)
City Clerk.
q. Resolution #08-19
(Authorizing the use of
$250,000.00 of CRA TIF
Funding to be used as
Leverage for the Small Cities
CDBG Application to the Dept.
of Community Affairs for FY
2008.) City Clerk.
r. Fifth Annual Blackwater
Bluegrass & Barbeque Cook-
Off- The Professional &
Inspired Leaders of Tomorrow
(PILOT) Committee of the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce.
5. Mayoral Report.
6. Business from the Floor.


Middle school teams sweep opponents

Davidson still perfect; Richbourg improves to 1-1


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


The Davidson and
Richbourg middle school
football teams both earned
big wins Thursday night.
Richbourg evened its
record at 1-1 with a 34-
12 home victory against
Lewis.
Davidson remained
unbeaten with a 36-0 road
romp against Pryor.
Tyler Henderson ran
wild for the Panthers with
more than 100 yards and
three touchdowns.


Hender,
Davidson's
on a 10-y.
second qu
scored on
and a 41-ya
return.


son scored
s first points
ard run in the
carter. He later
an 83-yard run
ard interception


Jaylynn Robinson
scored on a 22-yard
interception return to put
the Panthers ahead 14-0 at
halftime.
Dakota Dean scored on
a 6-yard run in the fourth
quarter for Davidson's
final TD.
Dean, Cole Matthews
and Dennis Gibbons


all had two-point
conversions.
Dalvin Boyd and Justin
Rebholtz scored two
TDs apiece as Richbourg
romped past Lewis.
Boyd scored on a 70-
yard interception return in
the first quarter and on a
17-yard run in the second
period. Rebholtz scored
on runs of 17 and 5 yards.
Tate Sweatt ran in
from 8 yards out in the
fourth quarter for the
Roadrunners' final score.
Boyd had two-
point conversions after


Richbourg's first two
scores.
Boyd finished with 73
yards rushing. Rebholtz
added 56 yards. Sweatt
completed 4 of 5 passes
for 55 yards, including
a 30-yard completion
to Jonathon Buckelew
that set up the final RMS
touchdown.

See middle school
football standings at www.
crestviewbulletin.com. Click
on the "Sports" tab to find
the Davidson and Richbourg
sports home page.


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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 2008


COMMUNITY


Crestview News Bulletin I 7


SUP ON

THE HILL Tree in front yard conjures pleasant memories
Estelle Rogers


The beautiful elm tree
in our front yard has pro-
vided shade for the house
many years. Alas, leaves
started fluttering to the
ground in late August.
The leaves were raked
up as though fall had de-
scended upon us until the
drifting slowed up.
I searched the Internet
and learned this happens
to elm trees. We are hold-
ing on to her as long as
she can stay firmly plant-
ed on her root system.
In the South we trea-
sure our trees and moan
sadly when a storm takes
one from us.
My family lived in the


white house across the
street from Laurel Hill
School surrounded by
pecan trees. Sadly, a huge
pecan tree grew to be a
danger to the house and
had to be taken down
a few years ago. One of
the huge limbs held a
wooden swing where my
younger brother would
swing as high as the
swing would allow him
to go, often with me sit-
ting beside him.
Our swing on the
screened front porch gets
a daily workout. The elm
tree continues to provide
shade and a home for
singing birds and frisky


squirrels. The scupper-
nong vines are sagging
under pressure of ripe
fruit. Mama made scup-
pernong cobblers, but I
am not that ambitious!
The birds are having a
field day.
I recently spent sev-
eral days visiting some-
one at North Okaloosa
Medical Center. I discov-
ered the good food in the
hospital cafeteria and the
friendly caring staff on
the third floor. I tried not
to have a favorite ... Dee,
you are always special!
I did learn that if you
should need a nursing
home for rehab, be very


firm with your choice. If
you don't make the effort
to contact the nursing
home yourself, you might
be told by your social
worker that no room is
available. We are blessed
to have a good hospital in
Crestview with ongoing
improvements.
The Laurel Hill Vol-
unteer Fire Department
could use a few good
men and women on its
team. Citizens never
know when their services
will be needed. Fire Chief
Jeff Sory has a dedica-
tion to the citizens of our
small city, but he needs
help from able-bodied


neighbors with the same
dedication. The depart-
ment fights fires, and
when an emergency call
comes from a resident,
first responders arrive
before an ambulance can
drive from Crestview.
Hats off to a great group
of neighbors.
Last weekend we
enjoyed a visit with Gin-
ger Rogers Snyder and
daughter Jordan from
Palm Harbor. Jordan is in
her second year of college
in Tallahassee. Seems like
only yesterday she was
posing in antique hats
and smiling for my cam-
era. She now is a


beautiful young lady of
19 with the same sweet
smile. How time flies.
The Gallery Gals of
Laurel Hill, Red Hat So-
ciety, met for lunch and
fellowship in Crestview
at the Uptown Cafe.
Plans are in the making
for Thanksgiving and
Christmas. The beautiful
Florala Lake House Bed
& Breakfast is always our
Christmas overnight cel-
ebration.
Except the Lord build the
house, they labour in vain
that build it: except he Lord
keep the city, the watchman
waketh but in vain. Psalm
127:1


Culpepper, Griffith to wed


Special to the News Bulletin

Randall and Cynthia
Culpepper of Stafford, Va.,
are pleased to announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Keely Lynne Culpepper,
to Warren Andrew Griffith,
the son of Warren and Deb-
bie Griffith of Baker.
Keely graduated from
Baker High School and is
attending Liberty Univer-
sity, where she is working
on her international busi-
ness degree.
Warren, also a Baker
graduate is working to-
ward a forecasting degree
at Liberty University. They
are both employed in the


Keely Lynn Culpepper and Warren Andrew Griffith


Business Intelligence Office
at Liberty University.
The wedding will take


place in December 2008 at
Old Christ Church in Pen-
sacola.


Trumans renewing vows

Adam Brock and Crys- Sept. 28, 2008 at 2 p.m. at the Damascus Commu-
tal Lynn Truman request "'at the home of Billy and nity Club House. In the
the honor of your pres- Linda Truman on Truman event of inclement weath-
ence as they renew their Road in Florala, Ala. er, the ceremony will also
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S VANGUARD BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY;
EMERALD TOWERS AS-
SOCIATION, INC,; are
the Defendants, I will sell
ANNOUNCEMENTS to the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN
1100 Legal Advertising FRONT OF CLERK'S
1110 Classified Notices FRONT DOOR OF
1120 Public Notices/ SHALIMAR ANNEX at
Announcements 11:00 AM, on the 10
1125 Carpools & day of October, 2008,
1130 Adoptionsre the following described
1140 Happy Ads properly as set forth in
1150 Personals saidFinal Judgment:
1160 Lost
1170 Found UNIT 202, EMERALD
TOWERS, A CONDO-
MINIUM, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
11THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN CONDO-
MINIUM PLAT BOOK
Legal # 100403 3 PAGES 57
THROUGH 77 AND
IN THE CIRCUIT ACCORDING TO THE
COURT OF THE FIRST DECLARATION OF
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN CONDOMINIUM AS
AND FOR RECORDED IN OR
OKALOOSA BOOK 1188 PAGES
COUNTY, FLORIDA 1342, OF THE PUBUC
CIVIL ACTION CASE RECORDS OF
NO.: O K A L OOS A
2006-CA-4563-S FILE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NO. F06018664
TOGETHER WITH THE
BANK OF AMERICA, UNDIVIDED INTEREST
N.A. N THE COMMON EL-
Plaintiff, "MENTS DECLARED
N THE DECLARA-
vs -ION OF CONDO-
MINIUM TO BE AP-
KEN W. BRADBURY, et P U R T E N A N T
al, THERETO.
Defendant(s).
A/K/A 1044 HIGHWAY
NOTICE OF RESCHED- 98 EAST #202, DESTIN,
ULED FORECLOSURE FL, 32541
SALE
Any person claiming
NOTICE IS HEREBY an interest in the
GIVEN pursuant to an surplus from the
Order Rescheduling Fore- sale, if any other
closure Sale dated Sep- than the property
tember 10, 2008 and en- owner as the date of
tered in Case No. the Lis Pendens must
2006-CA-4563 S of the file a claim within
Circuit Court of the FIRST sixty (60) days after
Judicial Circuit in and for the sale.
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein BANK WITNESS MY HAND
OF AMERICA, N.A., is and the seal of this Court
the Plaintiff and KEN W. on September 12, 2008.
BRADBURY; MARION M.
BRADBURY; ANY AND Don W. Howard
ALL UNKNOWN PAR- Clerk of the Circuit Court
TIES CLAIMING BY, By: Viki Jackson
THROUGH, UNDEI Deputy Clerk
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI- Florida Default Law
VIDUAL DEFENDANTS Group. PL. P.O. Box
WHOA RE NOT 25018 Tampa, Florida
KNOWN TO BE DEAD 33622-5018
OR ALIVE WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- IMPORTANT
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- In accordance with the
TEREST AS Americans with Disabili-
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI- ties Act, persons with dis-
SEES GRANTEES OR abilities needing special
OTHER CLAIMANTS;


accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
(850)689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eclin Parkway, Shalimar,
F 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
09/20/2008
09/27/2008

Legal # 100405
PUBLIC NOTICE


Detendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHED-
ULED FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling Fore-
closure Sale dated Sep-
tember 15,2008 and en-
tered in Case NO.
2007-CA-4767 of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County
Florida wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA, is
the Plaintiff and MI-
CHAEL P. MARTIN;
SARAH A. MARTIN- are
the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder for cash at CREST-
VIEW: SOUTH DOOR
OF THE OKALOOSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:00 AM on the 15
day of October, 2008
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:


A PORTION OF THE
Alltel Corporation is pro- EAST 600 FEET OF
posing to build a 186 WEST 1066.01 FEET
foot Self- Support Tele- OF THE EAST 2415.5
communications Tower FEET OF THE SOUTH
Southwest of Barnes 1/2 OF SECTION 16,
Road, Crestview, FL LYING SOUTH OF
32536. Public comments THE RIGHT OF WAY
regarding potential ef- OF U.S. HIGHWAY
fects from this site on his- 98, TOWNSHIP 2
toric properties may be SOUTH, RANGE 25
submitted within 30 days WEST, ACCORDING
from the date of publica- TO THE PUBLIC REC-
tion to : Danna Gosney, ORDS OF
Wireless Projects, Envi- OKALOOSA COUNTY
ronmental Resources FLORIDA, DESCRIBED
Management, 498 AS FOLLOWS: BE-
Wando Park, Suite 100 GINNING AT THE
Mount Pleasant, SC SOUTHWEST COR-
29464, e-mail: pub- NER OF AFORESAID
lic comments@ PARCEL; THENCE
dotri ht.com. tele# RUN NORTH ALONG
1-843-416-1221 THE WEST RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF
09/20/08 COUNTY ROAD
472.5 FEET; THENCE
RUN WEST A DIS-
Legal #100404 TANCE OF 246 FEET
FOR A POINT OF BE-
IN THE CIRCUIT OF GINNING; THENCE
THE FIRST JUDICIAL RUN WEST A DIS-
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TANCE OF 108 FEET-
OKALOOSA THENCE RUN NORTH
COUNTY, FLORIDA A DISTANCE OF 67.5
CIVIL ACfION CASE FEET* THENCE RUN
NO.: 2007-CA-4767 EAST A DISTANCE OF
FILE NO. F07035950 108 FEET, MORE OR
LESS AND TO A
WELLS FARGO BANK, POINT WHICH IS 246
NA FEET WEST OF THE
Plaintiff, WEST RIGHT OF WAY
OF SAID COUNTY
vs ROAD; THENCE RUN
SOUTH ALONG A
MICHAEL P. MARTIN, et LINE PARALLEL WITH
al, THE WEST TIGHT OF


WAY OF SAID FILE NUMBER
COUNTY ROAD 67.5 08-CP-688 DIVISION
FEET, MORE OR LESS
AND BACK TO THE IN RE: .ESTATE OF
POINT OF BEGINN- CHARLOTTE B. ED-
ING. ALSO KNOWN WARDS
AS LOT 36 OF AN Deceased
UNRECORDED PLAT.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
A/K/A 30 SNOOKE TORS
ROAD MARY ESTHER,
FL 32569 The administration of the
estate of CHARLOTTE B.
Any person claiming EDWARDS, deceased,
an interest in the File Number 08-CP-688, ::
surplus from the is pending in the Circuit
sale, if any,. other Court for Okaloosa
than the property County Florida Probate
owner of the date of Division, the address of
the Us Pendens must. which is P.O. DRAWER
file a .claim within 1359, CRESTVIEW, FL
sixty (60) days after 32536-1359. The names
the sale. and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
WITNESS MY HAND the personal
and the seal of this Court representative's attorney ,
on September 17, 2008. are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
Don W. Howard SONS ARE NOTIFIED
Clerk of the Circuit Court THAT:
By: Viki Jackson All creditors of the dece-
Deputy Clerk dent and other persons
having claims or de-
Florida Default Law mands against
Group P.L. P.O. Box decedent's estate, m.clud-
25018 Tampa, Florida ing unmatured, contin-
33622-5018 gent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy
IMPORTANT of this notice is served
In accordance with the must file their claims with
Americans with Disabili- this Court WITHIN THE
ties Act, persons with dis- LATER OF THREE ..
abilities needing special MONTHS AFTER THE
accommodation to partic- DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- "'-
ipate in this proceeding LICATION OF THIS NO-
should contact Court Ad- TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
ministration at 101 James AFTER THE DATE OF
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- SERVICE OF A COPY OF
view, FL, 32536-3515; THIS NOTICE ON
telephone number THEM.
(850)689-5000, Exten- All other creditors of the '-r
sion 7497, prior to the decedent and persons -,i.
proceeding. or Shalimar having claims or de- -
(850)651-7497 mands against the
decedent's estate, includ-
IMPORTANT ing unmatured, contin- -
In accordance with the gent or unliquidated
Americans with Disabili- claims, must file their :
ties Act, persons with dis- claims with this court
abilities needing special WITHIN THREE
accommodation to partic- MONTHS AFTER THE
ipate in this proceeding DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
should contact Court Ad- LICATION OF THIS NO-
ministration at 1250 N. TICE.
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar, ALL CLAIMS NOT SO f"l;
F 32579; telephone FILED WILL BE FOR-
number (850)651-7497, EVER BARRED.
prior to the proceeding. Notwithstanding the
time periods set
09/20/2008 forth above, any
09/27/2008 claim filed two (2)
years or more after
the decedent's date
LEGAL#120091 of death is barred.
The date of the first publi-
IN THE CIRCUIT cation of this Notice is
COURT FOR September 20, 2008.
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA Attorney for Personal
PROBATE DIVISION


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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 2008


M PEEK 2 ._ o6,6,r
ment Street, Suite D
Niceville, Florida 32578
T e I e -
phone:2850)678-1178
Florida Bar No.:329010
Personal Representative:
HERBERT and RUTH
ROST Untere Str. 45B,
69151 Neckargemuend,
Germany
09/20/2008
09/27/2008



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PETS & ANIMALS
2100 Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials



Boston Terrier pups, 1st
shots, parents on site
ready 9/16. $400
685-8319 or 398-5513
For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi-
huahua puppies. Born
May 4th $150. & up.
Call 850-902-7275


NfW irogAY
Mini- Schnauzer pups. 2
solid white/ rare & 2
black & silver call Staci
478-320-1799 or Chris
478-320-0308


NEW TW1A V

PROFESSIONAL
PET
GROOMING
Certified pet groomer
in Crestview accepting
new clients. Call 850-
398-3250 for appt.



Happy Jack Onex:
wound dressing repels
flies and kills hatching
larae. Prevents infection.
P r o m o t e s
healing...OKALOOSA
GRAIN FEED STORE
6 2 9 3 3 3
www.happyjack
inc.com


MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120- Arts & Crafts
3130 -Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
W310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
1330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)




11NW TOBIAV

Whirlpool washer &
dryer set. good condition
do mechanical problems
$275. OBO call
398-6036


[ 3230 ]
Creslview
RUMMAGE SALE
Saturday, September
20
7am 1pm 295 W.
James Lee Blvd. News
Bulletin Parking Lot
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.
Crestview
Gigantic Yard
Sale
Sat & Sun 8 until ?. Furni-
ture, household items,
toys, halloween cos-
tumes clothes, shoes.
Lots of Everything I
3018 Colonial
Circle
off of Monterrey
Crestview
Silver Oaks
2647 Sorrel Ridge, Sat.
7-12. Hunting Meadows
to Sorrel Ridge; Left.
Furn, Baby, misc


NHW WlAY


CLASSIFIED


S3310 6130 1
Less than year old GK Crestview 3BR/2.5BA
300 Watt Bass Amp. behind hospital. lawn
was $600. will take maintenance included.
$450. Pink Metallic New appliances. $706
Daisy Rock Bass Guitar month $700dd. Call Pam
was $200. will take 850-569-2315 cell
$100. Call 218-1849 850-209-4216
--6140


3BR/2BA half acre on
Aurora Dr. $800.;
3BR/2BA half acre on E.
Chestnut $1000.;
3BR/2BA 1810 sf. on
EMPLOYMENT Limestone $1095.;
3BR/2BA on half acre,
4100 Help Wanted Pool w/pool mainte-
4110 Restaurants/Clubs nance. Property Profes-
4120- Sales sionals 683-1714
4130 Employment
Information 4BR/2BA, Antioch Es-
F- states $1100.; 4BR/2BA
2403sf. Old Bethel Es-
tates $1400.; 4BR/4BA
4100L Holly Hills, pool, pond, 2
Healthcare acres, $1600. Property
Healthcare Professionals 683-17f4
Medical Assistant Crestview 3BR/2BA
Crestview. Exp not 4008 Poverty Creek
necessary, computer Rd.(off airport rd) $700.
knowledge is VERY es- mo+ $700. d. Call
sential Write Box 11, 689-4442 or 240-0474
2260 S Ferdon, Crest- 2
view, 32536 Crestview- 3bd 2ba
3376 Polly Ln. X Large
Insurance fenced ard $775 mo +
$775. Dep. 642-2121
A Terrific Crestview- 4 br 2 ba
Opportunity! 1850sf. S. of 1-16. Nice
neighborhood. $1100
Liberty National Life mo. 685-7442


Crestview Insurance Company
Yard Sale!I! $100 000+ Earning Po-
4619 Top Flight ential Benefits, Pension,
v .p ., 401 (k1 BCBS Insurance.
Drive Call -1800-257-5500.
Sept 20, 2008 Quality Assurance/Safety
7a-lOa
Lots of boys nb-18 mths & Mystery
girls 8-10 clothes. So e
Leather recliners, toddler E Shoppers
bed, many misc items. dorn upto $150shper
ay. Undercover shop-
^ pers needed to judge re-
tail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience not
o3240 required. Please call
1-877-664-5368
GUN SHOW Web ID #27821849
Santa Rosa County Retail/Wholesale
Auditorium Milton. FL.
Sept. 20 & 21, 2608. ASSISTANT
9am 5pm. (850) MANAGER
957-4952 / 261-8407 -" ,
Gen. Admission $5. PT/FT SALES
Hibbett Sports is hiring in
Cresiview. Apply at:
,South, Crestview FL
3250 32536. Hibbett sports
conducts drug testing.
Jumbo Green & www.hibbett.com
boiled peanuts. Holland
Farms 1-877-675-6876 ----.. --..
3 2 6 0 b u'


Treadmill
Proform PT6 0 good con-
dition $3W Call REALESTE FOR RE
826-1415 REALESTATE FOR RENT
6100- Business/
Commercial
NW OAV 6110 -Apartments
NONu H 6120 Beach Rentals
6130- Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
Unbelievable 6150- Roommate Wanted
S 6160 Rooms for Rent
ental 6170 Mobile Home/Lot
Benefits 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
Save up to 80% on all 6190 Timeshare Rentals
dena work only 6200 Vacation Rentals
$14.95-19.95 /mo.
Also available: health
benefits $29.95-
59.95/mo. Please 6100
Call Ashley Johnson Commercial office space
(850) 689-8679 for lease 828 N. Ferdon
Blvd. 682-2735
cc For Lease Main Street
location. 201 N. Main
S 3300 ofSt. Call 682-2735
Crestview Elks Lodge For Lease, Newly Re-
Turkey Shoot begins on modeled Commercial
September 20 @ 9:00 Space 176-178 S. Indus-
am, and each Saturday trial Drive. 682-2735
Excellent Prizes. Hw
90E to Fairchild Rd. F
low Signs.
Dinnerware 12 place 6110
settings and all extra Crestview- 2br, 1lba,
serving pieces. $100. quiet, gated no pets
call 678-8496 $575mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req.
585-6985
NfW TIW AY Crestview Bent Creek
Apts 11 Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
Glass sliding doors may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
w/screen 72X)80 $50., HC & non-HC accessible
Two sizeable sliding apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
drawers for cabinets Crestview, FL. Call 850
$50. Oak desk w/chair 682-5563, TDD/TTY
$150. call 689-0419 711. Equal Housing Op-
If you enjoy dining out, portunity
why not enhance your ex- 2
pernence by torelaxin to
1he live piano sound of
16 yr old Jordan 6130
Colclasure Every Sat. at Crestview 305 Purl
Coach n Four Sfeakhouse Adams, 2 br, ] 1/2ba,
,Cview, 530pm- 830pm W/D $705/mo + dep.
pianobyjordan.com Avail now 5434742


I 3220
Flexsteel Sofa & Loveseat I."
moss green excellent con-
dition $250. caol l :
678-8496 -
Wood bunk beds for
sale, full size bottom and *
new twin mattress top.
175. Call 398-8624 [HEV ILET


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


5.,.


Crestview- Beautiful
brick 3 br, 2 ba, garage,
W/D, incl. $950mo +
dd. Call 699-3833
Crestview Rentals:
* S. Willson 2 homes
$460 & $475
SS Spring St 3 br, 1 ba
$6 0
* Tall Pines 3 br, 1.5 ba
$675
* Edgewood PI 3br, 1 ba
$850
4 Cabanna Way 3br,
2ba $850
4 Krest Dr 3 br, 2 ba
$950
* Jacob St 4 br, 2 ba
$1000
Rick Epperson Realty LLC
850-865-7777
Crestview: S. 1-10, 3BR
2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
dep. Flex lease for mili-
tary. 850-502-9340
FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
construction house w/
fenced yard available for
lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
cation to both bases.
Terms negotiable. $1200
mo. CaIf850 699-2189


Laurel Hill 2BR, split
bath, stove, fridge, air &
heat. Avail Oct 1. $550
mo+utils 850-652-4155


Rent to Own
Crestview- Owner fi-
nanced. 3 br, 1 ba.
$690 mo. (includes taxes
& insurance) with $3000
down. 537-9798


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
S204 Booker St.
500 2 br 1 ba
4 139 Stephens Lane,
$875 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC
+ 231 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
1 1524 Long Needle Ct,
$1100, 3, 2, no pets
* 391 Riverchase
$1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
4 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


6170


16x80 M.H. 3br./ 2ba
w/ W/D hook up,
CH&A, $695 per mo.,
$500 dep. 682-1266


Auburn area3br, 2ba,
.frTt ^Alarge yard. Large trailer.
E UW TOU No smoke/pets. $550
mo. $575dd. 240-0890
Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800 Crestview 2br, 2ba,
Bake private lot. Close to Hwy
Baker 9 & Antioch. $575/mo.
* 5750 Griffith Mill Rd Available now. Call
3 br, 1 ba; $600 8624595 or 217-2750
*1112 Country Living Rd
3 br, 2 ba; $950
Crestview
0 116 Hampton Dr-
2 br 1.5 ba; $535
* 3689 Cosson Circle -
3 br, 2 ba; $600
* 216 Virginia St-
2 br, 1.5 Ba; $625
* 2377 Lake Silver Rd -
2 br 1 ba; $650
* 694 Lee Ave -
3 br, 1 ba; $675
* 1704 1st Ave-
3 br, 1.5 ba; $700
* 262 Virginia St-
2 br 1.5 ba; $700
S.315 Brackin St -
3 br 1 ba; $725
S26 Virginia St
2 br 1.5 Ba, $750
* 172 Cabana Way -
3 br, 2 ba; $750
S381 Crooked Pine Trail
3 br, 2.5 bao $750
* 329 John King Rd-
3br62ba;$80D
* 106 Corwin Dr- ,
2 br 2.5 ba; $800
* 107 Corwin Dr-
2 br 2.5 ba; $800
* 698 Lee Ave :-
4 br, 2 ba; $800 Ai
* 134 Swaying Pine Ct -
3 br, 2.5 ba; $825
* 2805 Wilson Ln -
3 br, 2 ba; $900
S6462 Moonliqht Ln -
2 br, 2ba; $110 50
* 5442 E Brook Dr 08
4 br 2 ba; $1200
* 6 17bHavenmist Ln Emplo
4br, 2ba; $1250
* 2704 Ashley Maria Ct
3 br 2 ba; $1250
03280 Chappelwood Dr
4 br, 2 ba; $1400


Bill Spears,
Invites everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
Bill can help you to drive
away in a new or used
vehicle today!


-KI> AN AMERICAN R2VOUi010N
Your Silverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
ET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


Crestview Large 3br,
2ba, doublewide wood
floors. 427 Brookmeade
Dr. $600mo 398-6600
Mobile Home on 1.91
acres, 3BR/2BA, 960
sf., fenced yard, small
pet ok, $525. mo Prop-
erty Professionals
683-1714




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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condof/ownhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
1150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190- Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



Cozy 3 br, 1 ba in
Crestview with new
paint, tile, carpet, and
much more. Large clos-
ets. Fenced backyard.
$64,900. Iron Horse Re-
ally 850 951-2703





Crestview





4br, 3ba, 2500sqft S of


Drive. $224,000. Call to
see today -4259-1327.
Crestview New homes
available in Silver
Springs Estates starting at
$152,900. floor plans
rom 1225sf. up to
2680sf. call Bill or Gail
Gross @ 585-5565
Building America Realty
Services Inc.
Crestview No Money
Down @$850. mo. CDrop
dead georgous 3BR/2B
2502 Sunset Dr. call
1 800-you-sell or
850-699-4026


NEW rTIJAY
Crestview- 3 br 2 ba
on Lincoln St. Built in '98,
1230sf. Credit check
req. Make offer. Carol's
Realty (941) 627-2769


'08 Chrysler 300 18063
Employee Price $28,420
Rebate $2,250

Your Price $26, 170


Crestview News Bulletin I 9


S 7100 7100 7150
Sale or Trade 702 ac-
You to can sell your res, tbr/dev. land Holmes
DJUStd ie' house "As is" for a fair Co. Fl. nr 1-10, $3,500
em"a.'deled pice on the date of your acre 850-892-3398
choice and move when
FWB you are ready 1800 you .
V....... J sll --


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 wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
link back yard perfect
for ets. $299,000.
Call 850 226-6754



LOOK

Individual wants to buy
house for investment. Call
651-0987






Navarre ~
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.


7120

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


w..runir l811


FWB Commercial
1035 N. Beal $2600mo
509K, www.owners.com
rWTW3747)
706.483.47WTW3747






26acres N. Okaloosa.
Well stocked pond.
Creek. Pasture. Manufac-
tured home. Guest cabin.
Butcher house. $299K.


Pre-Foreclosure Iron Horse Realty 850
Ranchettell Brick 4 br, 2 951-2703
ba on 2 acres in Baker
with 8 stall barn. Fire-
place. Big kitchen..
$198,900 Iron Horse Re- Crestview 5 Lots availa-
alty 850 951-2703 ble south of 1-10 starting
at $10,000. up to
$20,000. Call Bill or
,Gail Gross @585-5565
-. nJV for info Building Amer-
9IIIFl/ TUUI ica Realty Service nc.
NEW -- 1A "I


OPEN

HOUSE

The Great
Emerald Coast
Open House
Sunday, September 21st
from 1:00 3:00 pm.
Preview homes & receive
driving directions at:
www.emeraldcoast
openhouse.com


Cview Clears 1+ ace


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 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


$ Cash $
for Junk Cars!
Will pick u Running or
Noti Call 585-5004



8120
Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ blk
soft top (619) 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-
ing. Chrome wheels. Our
kias have grown and this
van is now ready to carr
yours. $8000. Call
651-0164 or 699-3444


with some nice trees,
new septic tank, water
meter, & 200 amp power
pole. Close to town & Ju- 8160
niper lake. Mobiles okay.
$29,999. 496- 9546 1997 Honda 750 Night-
hawk good condition
great gas mileage
$1500. call 423-1223
DeFuniak
2 acres
home site ready, cit
water, septic, power. 50 8210
min to Eqlin AFB, 12 mi-
les to 1-1 & Lowes. Near 1998 Fourwinds inboard
King Lake. $59,900. outboard needs work
Cal 850-699-4350 $2500. 689-0161


For Active Duty and Retired Military
PLUS You Get the Rebates!


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B Dodge Caravan
>yee Price $24,176
Rebate- $4,500

Your Price $19,676


t&III 3


'08 Jeep Liberty.....
Employee Price $22,577
Rebate $3,500

Your Price $19,077


"U0 Dodge Charger .
Employee Price $33,493
Rebate $2,500

Your Price $30,993


C NH RtYS i-E RS


*i Jeep


Lee Chrysler Dodge Jeep

5200 Highway 85 South Crestview (850)689-3200. leeautomotive.com
Active or retired military and reserve eligible. Prices plus tlax, title, license and $399 customer service fee. Must finance through CFC.


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C8269 C8145
'08 Jeep Wrangler '08 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Employee Price $19,530 Employee Price $28,141
Rebate $1,000 Rebate $4,500

Your Price $18,530 Your Price $23,641


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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN





SPORTS


AREA SCHEDULE
Today
High School Volleyball
Crestview at Jean King
Tourney, Niceville, (V) TBA

High School Cross
Country
Crestview at Gulf Coast
Cross Country Stampede,
Pensacola Equestrian
Center, 8 .m.

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

High School Volleyball
Laurel Hill at Pensacola
Christian, (JV) 5 p.m., (V) 6
p.m.

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

Tuesday
High School Boys Golf
Crestview vs. Fort Walton
Beach, Choctaw, Niceville at
Bluewater Bay, 3 p.m.

High School Volleyball
Rocky Bayou at Laurel Hill,
(JV) 5 p.m., (V) 6 p.m.
Walton at Baker, (JV) 5 p.m.,
(V) 6 p.m.
Crestview at Pace, (JV) 4
p.m., (V) 5 p.m.

Junior Varsity Football
Baker at Flomaton, Ala., 6
p.m.

Correction
Ryne Wickery is the name
of one of the players in the
Baker football photograph
on Page B1 of the Sept.
17 edition of the Crestview
News Bulletin.

Cross county
The Davidson Middle
School cross country teams
swept a meet against
Richbourg on Wednesday.
See an online photo gallery
from the meet at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.
Photos also will appear in
the Sept. 24 edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin.

Red Cross Golf
Classics
The Northwest Florida
chapter of the American
Red Cross will host two
Red Cross Golf Classics
in Okaloosa County on
October 9 and 10.
The "Short Swing" event
on Oct. 9 will feature three
rounds of miniature golf
scramble for 54 four-player
teams at The Track Family
Recreation Center in Destin.
Teams can sign up to start
play at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. or
3 p.m. Top teams will be
awarded. Contests include
raffle drawings and hole-in-
one prizes.
If you want to play on a
new course with your clubs,
the Heritage Plantation Golf
& Country Club in Laurel
Hill will be the site for the
"Big Swing" on Oct. 10.
Special events are planned
for spouses while the golf
tournament is being played.
A live auction will feature
vacation getaways, artwork
and sports memorabilia.
Prizes will be awarded to top
teams. The hole-in-one prize
is a customized golf cart.
Businesses and
families are encouraged
to participate. These fun
events will benefit Red Cross
programs and services in
Northwest Florida. To join
us and learn more about
teams and sponsorship
opportunities, visit www.
YourRedCross.org today.

YMCA youth sports
Registration for flag
football, soccer and


cheerleading will be held
for children ages 2-14'until
Sept. 30.


DAWGS'



DRIVING FORCE


"Jacob is very
inspirational and a very
hard worker," she said.
"There is no lazy day for
him. He just goes, goes,
goes every day.
"Lauren is our top girl
runner. She's has the same
kind of attitude as Jacob.
Both of them work well
together and are very
inspirational."
Most people believe
cross country runners
take the road less traveled
who pay the price to be
successful in a sport that
often takes place away
from the cheering crowds.
Then there are athletes
like Gourlie and Day who
seem destined to spend


Lauren Day and Jacob

Gourlie lead CHS cross

country teams

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Juniors LaurenDay and Jacob Gourlie
enter the 2008 cross county season the
undisputed leaders of the Crestview
High School teams as the Bulldogs kick
off the season today at the G6ilf Coast
Cross Country Stampede in Pensacola.
Day was a force as a sophomore.
She won the Region 1-3A title with a
time of 19:28.92. She al-o finished 15th
at the Class 3A state meet, running the
3.1-mile course in 19:39 Her best time
during the postseason was a 19:12.70
she turned in when she finished second
at the district championships.
Gourlie was a leader for the Bulldog
boys. He ran a team-best 17:28.35 to
finish 32nd at the district. Earlier in the
year he ran a 17:24.
Crestview coach Katie Blansif is glad
to have both of her stars back for their
third season.

Ann Spann 1 Crestview News Bulletin
Jacob Gourlie (left) and Lauren Day
lead the Crestview High School cross
country teams.


the lonely hours putting
in the miles.
"I've always had a
knack for running," said
Gourlie, who began
running distance races in
fourth grade. "My parents
said I started to run before
I learned to walk. I've
always loved running and
it is a passion for me.
"It's just something
I'm good at and it feels
great to run and race other
people."
Day got her start in
cross country at Davidson
Middle School when coach
Mike Russell came to her
and told her he heard she
was a great runner and
that she should come out


for the team.
"I started running and
fell in love with it," Day
said.
Day will run track in
the spring, but strongly
prefers cross country.
"In track I feel like a
hamster because I'm going
around a wheel a bunch of
times," she said. "In cross
country you get to be on
your own, and you don't
hear anybody, so you
have to be self-motivating.
It's a lot more fun out
here because it's different
seeing .different places."
Blansit sees a shared
quality in Day and Gourlie
that allowed them to
become the best on their


r


teams.
"They want to stand
out more," she said.
"They don't want to be
average."
The drive of Day and
Gourlie has become
a driving force in the
Bulldog program.
"I keep a log where
they (team members) set
goals," Blansit said. "All
the time the goal of the
other runners is to try
and run with Jacob or try
and run with Lauren and
better their times."

Monitor the Crestview
cross country teams' top
times this season at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Crestview High School
cross, country coach
Katie Blansit enters her
third season \with mixed
expectations as the
Bulldogs open the season
at the Gulf Coast Cross
Country Stampede in
Pensacola today.
She expects the Dawgs
to make some noise on
the boys side of things as
a deep and veteran squad
returns.
'She's waiting to see
how an inexperienced
girls team performs.
"Our boys team
is ..very, very strong,"
Blansit said. "We have
some strong runners
returning in addition to
some freshmen that have
come out and added to
the depth of our team,
so I'm looking for some
improvement from what
we've had in the past."
Jacob Gourlie heads
a strong and deep boys
team where competition
is the order of the day.
Seventeen runners are
vying to earn the seven
varsity spots for each
meet.
"Only seven of them
can run varsity so every


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Members of the Crestview High School cross country team practice Thursday.
The Dawgs are scheduled to open their season today.


weektheyhaveto compete
for those," Blansit said.
"They compete on a daily
basis to see where they
are at with each other."
Dylan Tillman, Dylon
Brown, Blake Shefflar and
Corey Smith are working
to run even with Gourlie.
"With the boys our
.top seven are very close,"
Blansit said. "Jacob
may run a 17:20 (for 3.1
miles) or a little faster.
But that's the good thing
about the boys. After him
everybody is really close.
They run all together,
which means we can do
well as a team."


The girls team
advanced to the regional
in 2007 and just missed a
trip to the Class 3A state
meet. Yes, junior Lauren
Day is the returning
Region 1-3A champion,
but the only other
girls returning to the
seven-person team are
sophomores Elise Jenkins
and Taylor Polk.
"Our girls team is in a
rebuilding year," Blansit
said.
Katelyn Barton, April
Sanders, Juliet Yarger and
Cyndi Skipper round out
the girls squad. Blansit
will be watching to see


how the newcomers
respond when they are
thrown into the fire of
competition.
"The three girls that
are returning know what
to expect," she said.
"What I'm worried about
is the other four that have
never been to a meet.
"Taylor is getting up
there close to Lauren,
but we have such a gap
between the first two
runners. The top five
score so we are just going
to have to get out there
and see how we compare
to the rest of the teams
out there."


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GOLF TIPS

from the pro


Taking it to a

higher level
Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Golf is a game often
shaped by the terrain of the
course. In
the past we
have looked
at hitting the
ball from
a downhill
lie and an
uphill lie. The
Jeffa slope of a
exars course can
Marks affect your
play in other ways. In this
week's Golf Tips from the
Pro, Heritage Plantation
PGA teaching pro Jeff Marks
explains how to get the best
results when hitting a shot
with the ball above your feet.
Balance is the key on
these shots. I think the
biggest problem most people
have is falling off the shot. We
have to have good balance
on our feet when we make
our swing.
You need to understand
how the lie of the ground
affects your flight.
Here's how we want to
think about it: If we had a
bucket of water, if we poured
that bucket of water where
the ball is, where is the water
going to run? It's going to run
down with gravity. That's how
a golf ball reacts as well.
If you just remember a
bucket of water is going to be
the same as your ball flight,
then you are going to be fine.
On a shot like this where
the ball is above your feet, the
ball is going to tend to pull a
little bit to the left so we have
to compensate a little bit to .
make up for it.
To get technical for a
second, the more we raise
this golf club (Marks raised
the club to chest level to
illustrate), where is the club
face aiming nRow? About 3,0
or 40 yards left. You get that
same effect to a small degree
if the ball if the ball is two or
three inches above your feet.
So on a shot like this I can
expect my ball to curve five to
10 yards.
Because we know with a
good golf swing this shot will
turn right to left (left to right
for a left-hander), I might set
up five to 10 yards right (or
left for the lefty golfers) of
target.
The more the club is
above your feet the more the
club face will aim left (right for
left-handers).
When you try to hit your
normal shot from this lie
you will inevitably lose your
balance or hit the shot way
left. Here too we talk about
balance being the big key.
What you are going to find
is because gravity is pushing
us to our heels on this shot,
you need to try and stay on
the balls of your feet. Not on
your toes, but the balls of
your feet a little bit. That way
as our weight naturally shifts
to our heels, we want fall
backwards.
I will set my feet and my
club just a little bit right of
the target. I'm going to play
the ball in the same position I
normally would.
My weight will favor the
front of my feet instead of my
heels a little bit. It's a good
idea to get a little bit wider
(stance). If you get a little bit
wider base in your feet you
will maintain your balance
during your swing a lot better.
With a natural swing or a
decent swing plane that ball
will turn about five to seven
yards.

If you have a golf question
for PGA teaching pro Jeff
Marks send e-mail it to
News Bulletin Sports Editor
Randy Dickson at randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com. Or you
can mail it to Randy Dickson,


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