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CRESTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL

OCTOBERFEST
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2008


A2 Firefighter A4 restview A7 Bird's-eye view Today's Forecast
Weekend Homecoming of new schools I 85 High 58 Low


City council



addresses



variety of topics


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Baker School Principal Tom Shipp, left, presents math teacher Pam Byrd with the Foundation
for Excellence in Education award. Assistant Superintendent of Schools Rodney Nobles, right,
was on hand for the recognition.




Baker's class act


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin.
routine after-school
teacher's meeting in
Baker School's au-
ditorium suddenly
became anything but
routine for math teacher Pa-
mela Byrd.
Baker Principal Tom Shipp
introduced the Florida Foun-
dation for Excellence in Edu-
cation Excel Award, noting
"we've not had this particular
opportunity before at Baker
School."
The award goes to no more
than 100 teachers statewide
who have seen significant
FCAT score gains among their
students, Shipp explained.
"The Excel Award is an
integral component of 'Excel-
lence in Teaching,' an initia-
tive created ... to learn and
share the secrets of success-
ful teaching from effective


The award goes to no more than 100 teachers
statewide who have seen significant
FCAT score ,;, ,'//Os!, their students.


educators," the foundation's
congratulatory letter to Shipp
read.
"This particular person
has tremendous gains in her
area," Shipp said before he
announced Byrd as its recipi-
ent.
"This is surprising!" said
Byrd. "I'm shaking. I'm
shocked. It's so wonderful.
It's a good Monday."
The Foundation for Excel-
lence in Education presented
Byrd with a $1,000 cash
award and other gifts. Baker
School also received $1,000
from the foundation.
Explaining her award-win-
ning teaching method, Byrd
said, "I work hard to make


the kids work hard. We do a
lot of remedial work."
To produce the high test
scores that earned the recog-
nition, Byrd said she drills her
students using books as well
as supplemental materials.
That and "practice, prac-
tice, practice."
Byrd'sadvice for other
teachers: "Never give up.
Keep, looking for new ways
to help your kids do
better."
"We're so proud of Pam
and what she does for her
students," praised Shipp.

What are your favorite
teachers' methods? Tell us at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview City
Council expressed support
for a range of constituen-
cies at Monday evening's
meeting, beginning with a
contingent of scouts.
Visiting Boy Scouts,
Cub Scouts, Webelos, a
Daisy and scouting lead-
ers lead the Pledge of Al-
legiance. Mayor David
Cadle then proclaimed
Oct. 4 as Scouting Day in
Crestview.
"Scouting provides
youth with an opportunity
to try new things, provide
service to others, build
self-confidence, and rein-
force ethical standards,"
the mayoral proclamation
read in part.

Other busifiess
The council unani-
mously passed a procla-
mation supporting a vet-
erans center for Okaloosa
Count-. one of 30 to be
located across Florida out-
side of six already serving
the southern part ot the
state.


The council voted 3-1
to request Police Chief Bri-
an Mitchell to work with
Public Works and Admin-
istrative Services staff to re-
vise the latest floor plan for
the new police headquar-
ters planned for the former
CitiChurch building.
Revisions would in-
clude addressing the issue
of public restrooms that
would serve both visitors
to the police station as well
as people using the multi-
purpose auditorium.
Providing back-stage
access to the multi-pur-
pose room for theatricals,
concerts and similar uses
also was recommended.
Council member Bob
Allen, who raised the rest-
rooms issue, voted nay.
Joining several other
area communities, the
council unanimously
passed a resolution of sup-
port for the incorporation
and bed-down of the F-35
Joint Strike Fighter Inte-
gration Training Center at
Eglm AFB.
"I am concerned that
Washington is only hear-
See COUNCIL A5


Brian Hughes / Crestview Newv. Bulletin
Area scouts listen attentively at Monday's city council
meeting as Crestview Mayor David Cadle proclaims
Saturday, Oct. 4, Scouting Day in the City of Crestview.


CHS senior Dreaden named National Merit semifinalist


Brian Hughes / News Bulletin
National Merit Scholarship semifinalist Cody Dreaden
of Crestview pauses during his gifted externship duties
at the city library.

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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Of approximately
16,000 recently an-
nounced National Merit
Scholarship Program
semifinalists, just one is a
student in north Okaloosa
County.
Crestview High School
senior Cody Dreaden re-
ceived the honor as one
of the highest-scoring
entrants of the Prelimi-
nary SAT/National Merit
Scholarship Qualifying
Test.
Semifinalists represent
less than one percent of


their state's high school
seniors, according to ma-
terials supplied by the
National Merit Scholar-
ship Corp.
Dreaden, the young-
est of Sandra and Art
Dreaden's four sons, next
must meet additional
standards. His SAT scores
must confirm his PSAT
performance. He also will
submit a self-descriptive
essay on the theme, "What
Sets You Apart from the
Others."
That part's easy,
Dreaden says.
"I'm real, not someone
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homework, and gets up in
the morning and, repeats
the process," he said. "I
have a life after school."
In addition to captain-
ing the CHS sailing team,
Dreaden plays alto sax in
the CHS band and is on
the Bulldog tennis team.
He is currently per-
forming a gifted extern-
ship at the Crestview
Library several times a
week. He looks forward
to a career in medical re-
search or biomedical en-
gineering.
Dreaden is also work-
ing on his college applica-
tions.


"If I can get enough
scholarship money, I'll go
for (Florida) or (Florida
State)," he said. "I'm a
Gator at heart, but if FSU
gives me more money, I'll
go there."
About 15,000 National
Merit semifinalists will
become finalists, with
about 8,200 ultimately
receiving scholarships
worth a total of more than
$35 million in 2009.
Send Cody Dreaden your
congratulations by com-
menting on this story at our
Web site, www.crestviewbul-
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Event provides free firefighter training


Kyle Wright
Special to the News Bulletin

NICEVILLE Vol-
unteer firefighters from
all over the state, in-
cluding representatives
from most of the north
Okaloosa County de-
partments, attended the
Northwest Florida Fire-
fighter Weekend this
past weekend at North-
west Florida State Col-
lege.
Officials said 168 stu-
dents took part in 26
different, classes and
received 2,816 hours of
training.
"Our mission is to
provide free, quality
training to firefighters,"
said Charlie Frank, pres-
ident of the Northwest
Florida Volunteer Fire-
fighter Weekend Coun-
cil, Inc., and chief of the
Valparaiso Fire Depart-
ment.
"We had instructors
from all over the state
with 30-plus years of
experience. It was a
great opportunity to get
training, fellowship and
good food all provided


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Firefighters gather near the Holt Fire Department's rescue vehicle after training in'the
controlled burn tower.


for free."
Next year's. North-
west Florida Volunteer
Firefighter Weekend is
tentatively slated for the
third weekend of Sep-
tember 2009.

Did you receive
training at the Northwest
Florida Firefighter Week-
end? Share your experiences
at www.crestviewbulletin.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT


Crestview News Bulletin I A.3


it OUT


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian

Did you know you can
renew items online from
home or work?
Just go to our library
Web site listed below. In
the drop-down section
menu, click on "Search
Catalog," then "My Ac-
count," and then enter
your 14-digit library
barcode number (typed
with no spaces). Under
"Checked Out" click on
the box next to the items
you wish to renew and
click "Renew."
Two renewals per item
are allowed, provided the
item is not requested by
another patron and there
are no fines or overdue
items on your account.
Items must be renewed
by the day before they are
due.

PROGRAMS
"Fall Fun" is the top-
ic for Story Time today
and Thursday at 10:15
a.m..
The "Craft from
Around the World" for
Sept. 29 is a carp kite,
from Japan. Children age


6 and up may start their
craft any time after 3 p.m.
but must be finished by
5 p.m.
The next semi-annual
Friends of the Crestview
Library book sale is Oct.
3-5. There is a $2 admis-
sion charge for non-friends
for the 5-8 p.m. Friday ear-
ly-bird sale. Why not join
today? Go to our library
Web site Friends page in
the section menu to down-
load a membership appli-
cation. You may also join
at the book sale. Saturday
and Sunday hours are 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Oct. 7 First
Tuesday Lecture "Ironies
of the Civil War" will be
presented by Dann Wal-
lis, local author of the
Civil War novel "Burnin'
Daylight." The program
begins at 10:30 a.m., with
coffee and cookies served
beginning at 10 a.m.

STAFF PICKS
"The 21 Irrefutable
Laws of Leadership"
(658.4092 Max). This
revised and updated
10th anniversary edition
of John C. Maxwell's
million-seller reveals how,


like them or not, the laws
of leadership govern your
personal and organiza- :
tional effectiveness.
"Just Who Will You
Be?" (170.44 Shr). I read
this slender, inspirational
book by Maria Shriver
when it first came out this
spring around graduation
time. It's still hitting best-
seller li-ts. Her message
(distilled from a speech
she gave at her nephew's
high school graduation):
It's not what you do in
Nour life that's important:
it's who you a re.
"Social Intelligence:,
Beyond IQ, Beyond
Emotional Intelligence"
(158.2 Gol) Daniel Gole-
man, Ph.D, author of the
blockbuster "Emotional
Intelligence" goes beyond
feelings with this ground-
breaking bestseller, re-
vealing how our interac-
tions with others actually
have the power to shape


our brains. Science con-
firms our intuitions that
.good relationships nour-
ish us and support our
health, but toxic relation-
ships can poison us. How
does social intelligence
develop in childhood?
How can we improve it?
How can we deal with
those who lack it? The an-
s\xers are essential iread-
inrg for businesspeople,
parents, educators, health
professionals actually,
all of us.
"Strengthsfinder
2.0" (658.409 Rat). There's
a reason this new and up-
graded edition of "Now,
Discover Your Strengths"
by Tom Rath has been on
the Wall Street Journal's
business bestseller list for
what seems like forever.
Too many people de-
vote more time to fixing
shortcomings rather than
developing strengths. You
can read this book in one


DANIEL

GOLEMAN


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INTELLIGENCE



setting, but you' II use it as
a reference for decades.

WEB SITE PICKS
With unemployment
rates up in many parts of
the country, resources re-
lated to employment and
career choice are more
important than ever.
The Labor Depart-
ment's Occupational
Outlook Handbook
(www.bls.gov/oco.home.
htm) reviews new occu-
pations, salaries, trends,
and more. Career Voy-
ages, (www.careervoy-
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between the departments
of Labor and Educa-
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career-changers find out
about high-growth jobs
with better wages and
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Murder and music grace area


Curtain to rise on "10 Little Indians" and "Willy Wonka" J


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Two very diverse
productions from three
accomplished theatre
troupes will grace area
stages when an Agatha
Christie murder mystery
and the stage adaptation
of a delightful musical
open in October.
First up is Christie's
own stage adaptation of
her 1939 thriller "Ten Lit-
tle Indians," produced by
the Crestview High School
drama program under the
direction of drama teacher
Joe Hernandez.
A butler and his wife-
are joined on an English
island by eight invited


guests. Each of the 10 re-
ceives a figurine of a sol-
dier and a copy of the chil-
dren's rhyme "Ten Little
Indians." (In some varia-
tions of the production,
the rhyme is "Ten Little
Soldiers.")
By the end of the story,
each has been killed by a
method comparable to the
demise of one of the Indi-
ans in the poem.
In true Christie twists
and turns, it becomes evi-
dent one of the 10 must be
the murderer, yet it is also
apparent than none could
have been.
Did the butler do it?
You'll just have to be at
Crestview High School's
Pearl Tyner Auditorium


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for one of the Oct. 2-5 per-
formances to find out.
Friday and Saturday
night performances fea-
ture a pre-show dinner ca-
tered by the school's'Ciuli-
nary Arts program. Seats
are limited for the dinner;
reserve now.
Interestingly, North-
west Florida State College
will also present a varia-
tion of the same story un-
der the title "And Then
There Were None," Oct.
8-11, at the Mattie Kelly
Fine and Performing Arts
Center.

Willy Wonka at
DeFuniak Springs
Toward late October,


the stage adaptation of
the film musical "Willy
Wonka and the Choco-
late Factory" opens at
the Florida Chautauqua
Theatre in DeFuniak
Springs.
The show incorpo-
rates favorite Leslie Bri-
cusse and Anthony New-
ley songs from the film,
including "The 'Candy
Man," "Pure Imagina-
tion" and "(I've Got a)
Golden Ticket."
Join Charlie Bucket,
Grandpa Joe and a cast
of naughty, haughty or
presumptuous kids for
a scrumdidilyumptious
visit to candy maker Willy
Wonka and all his Oompa-
Loompas Oct. 23-26.


WILLY WONKA & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY:
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Special to the News Bulletin
Florida Chautauqua Theatre's costume chairwoman Tammy
Godwin fits Kyle Chase with his outfit as the lead in
"Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" as Jade Wilder and
Taylor Lancaster pick out accessories.


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NEH grant brings famous images to area


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Pastel Society
Exhibition
An exhibition from
the Pastel Society of
North Florida's 10th
Biennial National Ex-
hibition is on display
through Oct. 9 at the
Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Center
Galleries at Northwest
Florida State College.
Gallery hours are
Monday to Thursday,
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sun-
days from 1 to 4 p.m.
For information, con-
tact the gallery office at
(850) 729-6044.

"Rent"
This filmed stage
performance (not the
2005 movie version) of
Jonathan Larson's smash
Tony and Pulitzer Prize-
winning Broadway mu-
sical hit is presented in
digital cinema and sound.
Opens today and runs
Thursday, Saturday and
Sunday at Rave Motion
Pictures, Destin Com-


mons. Call (850) 650-4579
orvisitwww.ravemotion-
pictures.com for informa-
tion and advance ticket
purchase.

Crafts from
Around the World
Children 6 and up
will enjoy the fun of cre-
ating crafts from cultures
around the world Mon-
day between 3 and 5 p.m.
at the Bob Sikes Crest-
view Public Library. Call
(850) 682-4432 for infor-
mation and advance reg-
istration (required).

Decorating
Seminar
Carol Stearns and
Debbie Starling of IN-
TERIORS By Decorating
Den, present "What's
Hot and What's Not," a
free decorating seminar,
Sept. 30, 6:30 p.m., at
Northwest Florida State
College's Building K
Gallery on the Niceville
campus. Seating is lim-
ited. Call (850) 244-2255
by that morning to con-
firm seating.


'Picturing America' comes to town


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Where can you go to
see some iconic images of
America, its history and
culture? You can stay right
here in Crestview.
The "Picturing Amer-
ica" exhibit will be at the
Bob Sikes Crestview Pub-
lic Library and Southside
Elementary School, thanks
to grants from the National
Endowment for the Hu-
manities.
Thelibrary applied for the
Picturing America grant six
months ago, said reference
librarian Sandra Dreaden.
The exhibit will run through
May 2009.
"The nation's artistic
heritage our paintings,
sculpture, architecture, fine
crafts, and photography -
offers unique insights into
the character, ideals, and
aspirations of our country,"
the NEH says on its Project
America Web site.
"By bringing high-quali-
ty reproductions of notable
American art into public


and private schools, librar-
ies, and communities, Pic-
turing America gives par-
ticipants the opportunity to
learn about our nation's his-
tory and culture in a fresh
and engaging way."
The program uses art as
a catalyst for the study of
America the cultural, po-
litical, and historical threads
woven into our nation's fab-
ric over time.
The exhibition consists of
large prints depicting great
works of American art, in-
cluding paintings, sculp-
ture, photography, crafts
and architecture.
"After the display, the
prints will go into circula-
tion so teachers can check
them out for their class-
rooms for one-month peri-
ods," said Dreaden.
Other area institutions
receiving the grant to host
the exhibit include Wal-
ton Academy in DeFuniak
Springs, the Fort Walton
Beach public Library, and
Edwins Elementary and
Saint Mary schools in Fort
Walton Beach.


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Crestview Library Director Jean Lewis reviews the prints to be
displayed during the "Picturing America" exhibit. Works include
Thomas Hart Benton's "The Sources of Country Music," bottom,
and Jacob Lawrence's "The Migration Series, no. 57."


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WEDNESDAY, SEPT 24, 2008








Hecr i a iviiphiing eofwhat people had to say
1abot riticet north OkaloosaL County inew' top-
;tic. Coiiinents U'terI collected fiomi the www.
c1c 4tN~'e'l'rilctin.com1' Web site.

Topic: Column by News Bulletin pho-
tographer Ann Spann's opposes Crest-
view City Council's decision to transfer
ownership of downtown Alatex building
to Florida A&M University.
Change is alwa\-s the hardest lung tor
human beung- to do or accept Turning the
sweat shop known as the Alatex building into
a college of pharmacN, is \without a doubt its
best possible future. I think I heard the lawyer
feller say that the simple fee transfer was in
the best interest of the ctv. Ten nulhon and
a hall big ones are a lot of money to ignore
and I say the councilmen took a leap of faith
in the right direction. I think someone has
gotten complacent with the past in her ten
years on the council, and Crest iew s others
should look to a visionarv to replace her in
2011 IBobj Allen. tChip \Vells and Charles)
Baugh hold y our heads up. \ou did what was
required tor vour city and its citizens.

Thanks again to Councilhoman Linda
Parker for putting the true interests of the
City of Crestview and its citizens first And
thanks to Ann Spann for hat ing the courage
to finally say publicly what I believe many
residents ha\ e been saving privately. As.
thnlled as I believe vee all are at the prospect
of FAMU bringing its pharmacy school to
Crestxieu, and as delighted as ie should be
with the genuine \ ision Sen Durell Peaden
has shown in truiating and actively pursu--
ing this matter, simply handing ov er city
assets on someone else's terms clearly is
just not good business,. period. regardless of
whether it is to FAMlU or lohn Doe.
*
Mrs. Parker, try making a -selfless deci-
sion in tavor of the city and not simply for
"good press' from \our cohort Wav to be
trendsetters Mr Allen. Baugh. and WVells,
keep our ciht mo\ ing forward'

VWhy \\ as a long-term lease not consid-
ered? If the pharmacy school is going to
be as beneficial to the community as the
council members think why would they
give such a huge chunk ot plopertv in the
heart ot the historic district away? Even
more alarnung in my opinion is the bit in
the article about Creshtieiv paying for the
cleanup. Ha\ e any figures been run on what
this might cost? Does anyone on the council
have a clue regarding what kind of ent iron-
mental nightmare could be in the building.
Hax e any studies been done to determine
what numght be involved in tils clean up?

IVW it to add t the H iiHbbub? Snid ,l ti
thlw t,-h ,,n 011mu ni.IDrth Ok ,.aloc:-a C, anitu aci's.
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Profundity
Brian Hughes

Banned Book Week begins on Saturday
One of America s greatest statesmen con-
tributed these thoughts on the topic of book
censorship and banning.

"Shall a laiMnan, simple as ourselves,
set up his raisoi as the rile for what
we a're to read? It is anl itsutlt to our
citizens to question whether they i are
rational beings or not."


THOMAS JEFFERSON
(1743- 1826)
Third president of the United States


Amendment 2: The anti-love amendment


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


As my grandfather lay
dying, the family gath-
ered around his hospital
bed. Our gathering was a
celebration of the life of
a remarkable man who
chose to live in America
rather than the Austro-
Hungarian Empire in
which he was born.
During his life, Poppa
had been a farmer, a bus
driver, a janitor and an
educator. He was decorat-
ed for service to the Unit-
ed States in both World
Wars. (He lied about his
age both times, being too
young for World War I
and too old for World War
II.)
Yet someone very im-
portant was, by law, al-
most excluded from that
gathering: my "Aunt" Lil,
Poppa's constant, patient,
supportive and loving
companion of more than
50 years.
Because Poppa never
divorced my grand-
mother, had my mother
not signed the appropri-
ate forms, Aunt Lil never
would've been allowed
to be at Poppa's hospital
bedside during those last
moments of his life.
The law said she
wasn't "family."
Recently a group of
very good, very kind
and very well-meaning
people attended a "rally"
in support of Amendment
2, known among its sup-
porters as the "protection
of marriage" act and the
"'gay marriage ban."
Both appellations


trouble me. I had many
gay friends through my
involvement in the New
Orleans theatre commu-
nity. It pains
me that even
now, in a
supposedly
enlightened
period of
I our his-
ria.n tory, people
Brian still think
Hughes organizing
pogroms,
no matter how they're
disguised, against gay
people is acceptable.
It further astounds me
that there are people who,
despite reams of evidence
to the contrary, really be-
lieve people choose to be
gay.
You can choose to be
ignorant. You can choose
to be hateful. You can
choose to be bigoted and
intolerant.
But gay people are
born gay. It's not a hobby
one takes up like bowling
or gardening or fishing.
I wondered further
what it was about mar-
riage that needs "protect-
ing."
Are the marriages of
the amendment's pro-
ponents in such shaky
condition that the specter'
of adding another lov-
ing couple to their ranks,
even if same-sex, is cause
for jealousy?
If so, maybe they need
to channel all that energy
they're hurling against
fellow citizens into
strengthening their own
relationships.
Do the amendment's
supporters worry that


without them tinkering
with the state constitu-
tion, their church will be
forced to allow its gay
congregants to marry
within its walls?
If that's the concern,
their own pastors can
assure them if their
dogma does not con-
done marriage between
same-sex couples, its gay
parishioners will have to
be formally united else-
where.
Do they feel their own;
personal religious beliefs
must be codified into
state mandate for all of
Florida's citizens, regard-
less of other peoples' own
values and beliefs?
If so, that's a mindset
more appropriate for a
Middle Eastern totalitar-
ian theocracy.
State laws already
prohibit the same-sex
marriages Amendment
2 would outlaw. If that
redundancy is its intent, '
its authors should have
stopped at "This Amend-
ment protects marriage
as the legal union of only
one man and one wom-
an."
By adding the diatribe
against "other unions," its
authors not only revealed
their bigotry, but at the
same time dumped all
couples, homosexual or
not, under its reach.
It's sad that such good,
godly but only partially
informed neighbors have
been duped into support-
ing a bigoted amendment.
Knowing that the
amendment is deliber-
ately targeted toward a
segment of the population


that can't help a happen
stance of its birth, and irn
its blind frenzy, also af-
fects loving couples like
my grandfather and
Aunt Lil, makes Amend;-
ment 2 an embarrassing
tragedy more worthy of
the 17th-century Puritan:
.witch hunts or a Nazi
concentration camp mnit-
tality.
Each Sunday mor ngi.i.,
our pastor assures us trt
ignorance and hate, an',.
their relatives, bigotry .
and intolerance, are not
Christian or family -
values, and assuredly qe
not something we want-
enshrouded in our state'
constitution.
They are conditions
that can be alleviated
with an open mind and a
loving heart, supplement-
ed by a little education"
and understanding.
I wonder if some of
those eager voices at
last Wednesday's "rally"
belong to people who
profess themselves Chrris-
tians, yet can't or
won't allow them-
selves to find through
the vehemence in their-'
voices any love in their'.
souls?
Do they even realize'
the people they'd voting
against, should they 5'
vote for Amendment 2,)
aren't just our gay
neighbors, but my grand-
father and my Aunt Lil as
well?

Brian Hughes is the .
News Bulletin's Reporte
Contact him at 682-652 r
e-mail brianh@crestview -
letin.com. '1


Bonus Hubbub: The Amendment 2 ral


A rally in support of
Amendment 2 was held Sept.
17 at First Baptist Church
in Crestview. Here is a sam-
pling of the comments in re-
sponse to the event posted at
the www.crestviewbulletin.
com Web site.

The pro-homosexual
crowd floods in and shouts
the words "hate mongers"


and insinuates intolerance.
I have not seen a single
person say they hate gays
or homosexuals. Especially
at the rally. So go right
ahead and label and ste-
reotype with your hate and
hateful terms. Your igno-
rance is shining through.
*
I wonder what it is
like to be absolutely sure


you know the mind of
'God'. The Bible is full of
translation errors a fact
acknowledged by most
Christian and non-Chris-
tian clergy and scholars.
The people who claim to
have this ability to know
exactly what .'God' wants
are clearly a special breed.
0
As a Christian man


with a gay nephew, I'.
ashamed these people
think they are being go
Christians. I checked
Bible this morning. No ,
nothing there about .
"love thy neighbors, e
cept the gay ones, who
it's OK to hate." Thank
for encouraging me wi
this rally. You have my
"no" vote.


Letter to the Editor


Frustrations for
freshman football
Today's Bulldog (foot-
ball) Freshman 20 gave
it their all and after play-
ing to the point of exhaus-
tion they lost. I and
many other parents are
calling it the Freshman
20 because it is approxi-
mately only that many
players that play, and only
those played for the first
three games. I have a son
that is not in the Fresh-
man 20, one that may not
be the best on the team,
but has given his all to the


coaches and the team. He
has been at every prac-
tice and has come home
bruised and bleeding
from doing so. He would
rather miss anything
than miss football prac-
tice.
I am not a coach, but I
have been around football
on all levels all my life
and played in sports from
grade school through
college. I have watched
coaches and experienced
coaches who give their
starters a break by trust-
ing in the bench, trust-
ing the coaching those


young people have been
given and worked hard
to learn would serve the
team. I am disappointed
our freshman coach does
not trust himself and his
team, his entire team, to
play for him.
My son is frustrated, as
are others. There are some
that have even quit the
team for these reasons. I
don't think it is-fair to
the team as a whole to
continue this way. I
know it's not fair to those
who would bleed and
have bled, those that
give their heart and soul


for this coach, to not
play.
My husband and I gi e
many hours of our tim^
and for the team. We gi
our money. We give ourj
all for our children, our
church and our
community. I have thus
far sat silent because myi
son begged me to do so
for fear of repercussions
that would befall him. I
can no longer sit silent
as not only my child but.
others are being treated ,
unjustly.
Tracy Willis
Crestview


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Bob Jones / Special to the News Bulletin


RMS principal gets bird's-eye


view of new schools

Jones takes ariel shots of Shoal River, Riverside


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Area elementary and
middle school educators
have been closely moni-
toring progress on the
new Shoal River Middle
and Riverside Elemen-
tary schools being con-
structed off Okaloosa
Lane.
Richbourg Principal
Bob Jones gives the new
campus even closer scru-
tiny when he inspects it.
Jones is a private pilot.
He periodically flies over


the schools and photo-
graphs them.
In the above photo,
taken Aug. 30 from
the south, Shoal River
Middle School is on
the left, and Riverside
Elementary is on the
right.
The lake in the up-
per left corner be-
yond the running track
taking shape is part of a
nature study area. The
schools will share the
park, which purposely
will be kept partially
wild.


From woodworking
classes that will construct
boardwalks, benches and
instructional furniture
to biology classes study-
ing the area's fauna and
flora, the nature park
will be one of the new
schools' most versatile
instruction spaces.
What subjects would
you suggest students could
learn at the shared nature
area? Share your sug-
gestions at our Web site,
www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


Photos special to the News Bulletin
At top, Mrs. Kristina Clark's third graders at Antioch Elementary School discovered the
necessity of cartilage in our backbones by recreating them in a very creative manner. Cameron
Herring, Chelsea Frank, Jacob Hensley, Kylie Oyler and Ryan Stoutenburgh used straws to
simulate spines. Dried pasta acted as bone. Soft gummy candy provided the cartilage that
allowed smooth movement of the backbones! Above left, the kindergarten classes at
Antioch Elementary School celebrated family with their annual Grandparents Tea. The youngest
Aviators performed their own upbeat renditions of classic nursery rhymes before an attentive
audience! Avery Dauphin welcomed his grandparents, Bobby and Brenda Dauphin, as well as
George and Neva Pierce. Above right, grandparent pride is beaming as Faye and Mark
Chancey congratulate Gracie Marier on a stellar performance during the kindergarten production.


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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2008


Paul K. Cram
Paul K. Cram, 52, of Holt
died Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008
in a local hospital. He was born
in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Paul was a veteran of the
United States Air Force and Air
Force Reserves. He worked at
Silvercrest Manor in Crestview
for many years.
Paul was preceded in death
by his father, John L. Cram.
Survivors include his loving
wife of 28 years, Patti Cram
of Holt; his mother, Lorraine
Nachell Cram; brothers, Tom
Cram, Steve Cram and Dan
Cram; and sister, Joan Paris,
all of Massachusetts; father-
in-law, Morelle E. Larouche
and wife Ginny of Fort Walton
Beach, several brothers-in-law,
nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be from 6 to
8 p.m. Thursday at Crestview


Memorial Funeral Home. Fu-
neral mass will be celebrated
at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 26 at
Our Lady of Victory Catholic
Church with Rev. John Cayer
officiating. Burial will follow
in the Liveoak Park Memorial
Cemetery.
Arrangements are entrusted
to Crestview Memorial Funeral
Home. You may offer condo-
lences, share .memories and
sign the guestbook' at www.
:rus-tt ice n.m.:.rr. i flth ,:..n'-
Dorris L. Maxson
Dorri- L M'I. con age 65, of
Bak..-r pa.-ed .3 -\ Sa .iturd.,.
SeF.t 210, 211.1'' at h,:n.,. She was
born Oct. 25, 1942 in Baker and
was a lifelong resident. She
was a homemaker and a mem-
ber of Shockley Springs Baptist
Church.
Mrs. Maxson was preceded


in death by a son, David Lynn
Maxson.
Survivors include her hus-
band of 47 years, Robert L.
Maxson Sr. of Baker; two sons,
Robert L. Maxson Jr. and Me-
lissa of Baker and William
Daniel Maxson of Crest-
view; three daughters, Eliza-
beth Renea Rhodes of Baker,
Anna Maria Maxson of Crest-
view and Jean Walker of Baker;
three brothers, Dudley Smith
and Norman Ed Smith, both of
Auburndale, and Thomas No-
lan Smith of Mossy Head; two
sisters, Mary Cobb of Baker
and Sandra Morgan of Gillette,
Pa.
She is also survived by
eight grandchildren, Jason and
Shanna M. Rhodes, Robert Eli-
jah Miller, Dominick Julian and
Roseann Leara Rediker, and
David L., Travis and Savan-


nah F. Maxson; and four great-
grandchildren, Ivory, Kayleigh
and Gage Montgomery Rhodes,'
and Allen J. Rhodes-Tucker.
Funeral services were held
at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23 in
the chapel of Brackney Funeral
Service with Rev. Keith Parrott
officiating. Burial followed in
Shockley Springs Cemetery.
The family received friends
Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
funeral home.
A special thanks goes to
Hattie, Vicki, Jessie and Dr.
Fletcher with Covenant Hos-
pice for their help and sup-
port.
Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of ar-
rangements.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for Dor-
ris L. Maxson online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Hikers hit the



trail Saturday


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Taking advantage of
Crestview's designation
as a gateway to the Florida
Trail and the cooler fall
weather, the local Florida
Trail Association chapter
is organizing a hike on
Saturday through Eglin
Reservation.
The hike begins at 8
a.m. on the west side of
State Road 85, just south
of the Shoal River bridge


south of Crestview.
Hikers can choose a
4-mile, 7-mile or 8.5-mile
hiking distance. Vehicles
will be positioned at the
end of each of the three
lengths to take partici-
pants back to the starting
point.
A boat will be waiting
to take hikers who com-
plete the full distance to
the return-trip vehicle.
Interested hikers can
contact Wallis Mayo at
(850) 682-6098 for more in-
formation.


what's .
happening?
COMMUNITY EVENTS
From staff reports

TODAY

HUMAN
TRAFFICKING: Inspector
George Collins of the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office will present "Human
Trafficking" today 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.

NORTH OKALOOSA

CRESTVIEW HIGH
OCTOBERFEST: Thursday
through Sunday at Old
Spanish Trail Park on Stilwell
Blvd. in Crestview. Flea
market, foods, a carnival,
pony rides and games are
planned. All proceeds benefit
the high school Admission is
free. Details: (305) 458-4077.
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Saturday,
Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. at New
Beginnings Church, 412 ,
West James Lee Boulevard,''
Crestview. It will continue
until monthly food
allowance has been given
out. Details: lunmv Smith,
689-2988.
New Beginnmings is an
equal opportunity provider.
MEMBERSHIP TEA: '
The GFWC Woman's
Club of Crest-iet \\will
host a membership tea on
Sunday at 2p.m. at the 150
Woodlawn Drive club house
in Crestview.
An informational
program will be presented
on the club and its purpose.
Refreshments will be served.
Details: Karen Boisjohe at ,
682-1416 or Jeri Jones at 217-
5869.
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. i
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Entries should be
turned in by Friday. 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.
SPAGHETTI FUND-
RAISER: Crestview's
Knights of Columbus Council
7968 is hosting a Charity
Fund-Raiser Spaghetti Dinner
on Saturday from 4:30 to 7:30
p.m.
Dinner includes spaghetti
& meatballs, Italian salad,
and coffee or tea. The price
is $7. There will also be a
Specialty Dinner for $8.
The Knights of
Columbus Hall is located
at 701 E. James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview.
SCIENCE SEMINAR:
"Sabotage in the Arctic: Fate
of the Submarine Nautilus"
is the topic of a free seminar
on Friday at NWF State
College on the Niceville
campus.
Dr. Stewart Nelson will


speak about Sir Hubert
Wilkins' 1931 attempt to
reach the North Pole via
submarine at 11 a.m. in the
Robert E. Greene, Jr. Science
building on the Niceville
campus in the main lecture
hall, room S-110.


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BLEACHERS


SCHEDULE
Today
Middle School
Volleyball
Davidson at Ruckel, 3:30
p.m.
Pryor at Richbourg, 3:30 p.m.

Middle School Cross
Country
Davidson, Bruner at Ruckel,
3 p.m.
Lewis, Pryor at Richbourg, 3
p.m.

Thursday
High School Boys Golf
Crestview, County
Championships at Indian
Bayou, Noon

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

Junior Varsity Football
Pace at Crestview, 3:30 p.m.

Freshman Football
Pace at Crestview, 5 p.m.

Middle School Football
Lewis at Davidson, 6:30 p.m.
Richbourg at Bruner, 6:30
p.m.

Friday
High School Football
Baker at South Walton, 7
p.m.
Crestview at Pace, 7 p.m.

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.

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 tourna-
ment field.

Red Cross
Golf Classics
The Northwest Florida
chapter of the American
Red Cross will host two
Red Cross Golf Classics in
Okaloosa County on Oct. 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
See SPORTS B3


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Josh Appelberg is in the face of the West Gadsden quarterback as he looks for a receiver.



Dawgs ready for a






CHALLENGE


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview senior linebacker
Gabe Goodson is looking forward
to traveling to Pace on Friday to
take on the Patriots.
Forget that Pace is consistently
one of the top Class 4A football
teams in Northwest Florida or that
Pace beat the Bulldogs 49-14 last
year. All Goodson knows is the Pa-
triots like to pound the-rock. That
suits him just fine.
"As a middle linebacker I hate
the complications that the spread
teams bring to the football game,"
he said with a gleam in his eye. "I
just love Pace because they line it
up and run right at you, and it's ba-


FRIDAY'S GAME
resln.nei a 12-1i- at Pace. n -21, 1 p.m.
Radio: WAAZ-W JSE
Last meeting: Pac:e bear Crest.iew
49-1 -4 Iait /ear
Fast fact: Cre.tview beat P ace 21-3
in 2(06. That', tre Patiiots' w\orst
regular-season loss since the i~ rt ort
trie 2:rC5 season


sically seeing who's the strongest,
and I love it.
"We are going to try our hardest,
and I hope we just beat the crap out
of them."
The Bulldogs (2-1) are coming
off an unusual 5-3 win over West
Gadsden last week.


CHS coach Matt Brunson is try-
ing to put that game in the rearview
mirror as quickly as possible.
"The bottom line about West
Gadsden is we are very fortunate
to come out with a win," he said.
"I'm proud of J.T. Arnold with a
clutch kick (a 40-yard game-win-
ning field goal with less than two
minutes remaining). I hope he gets
to kick a couple of more down the
road. Now he's been there and got-
ten the experience of kicking the
game-winning field goal."
Brunson isn't fooled by Pace's
1-2 start, with the Patriots drop-
ping close games against Pine For-
est and Escambia. He knows when

See DAWGS B3


Gators prepare for district opener


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER The Baker
football team tries to get
back into the win column
Friday night in its District
1-2B opener at South Wal-
ton.
Gators coach Bob Kel-
logg shook off a 42-21 loss
this past Friday against
unbeaten Arnold, the Dis-
trict 1-3A runners up in
2007 and a team expected
to again be in the playoffs
at the end of this season.
"We go back in our
league (district) and we
have to put that one be-
hind us," he said. "We
know they were a lot
better than us, and that's
about all you can say
about that one.
"We are back in our
league where you've
got two similar teams.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Baker running back Marcus Jones bursts through the line
during the Gators' Week 2 game against Franklin County.


They've got their advan-
tages and we've got ours.
I think it will be a war Fri-
day night, and I think the
team that makes the few-
est mistakes will come
out victorious."
South Walton is off to
the best start in program


history at 3-0.
The loss to Arnold was
the first for the Gators (2-
1).
The teams have two
common opponents. The
Seahawks beat Franklin
County 14-6 and Bozem-
an 28-27. Baker downed


FRIDAY'S GAME
Baker (2-1) at Soulh
Walton (3-0)
~ p m
Radio: WTJT
Last meeting: Baker wonr
20-7 lasr.t year
Fast fact: Baker leads the
all-time series 4-1. with
the only South Walton win
coming in 2005.

Bozeman 20-14 and rolled
to a 35-14 win against
Franklin County.
The similarities don't
end there.
"We (South Walton
coach David Barron and
Kellogg) are real good
friends," Kellogg said.
"We coached together at
Niceville, and we became
head coaches the same
year.

See GATORS B3


Baker, South Walton programs share many traits


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Bob Kellogg and his
Baker football team had
to be a little discour-
aged by a 42-21 loss to
Arnold this past Friday,
but that discouragement
didn't last long.
The Gators already
were talking about this
week's District 1-2B
opener at South Walton
as they left the field.


Disappointed, yes,
but now tested against
one of the two best
teams they'll probably
play this year. (Walton is
the other. Like the Mar-
lins with Jeremy Hester,
the Braves have a break-
away back in Issac Jack-
son. But that game is
still a few weeks down
the road.)
The similarities be-
tween South Walton and
the Gators are numer-


ous, starting with the
head coaches.
Both David Barron of
South Walton and Bak-
er's Kellogg were assis-
tant coaches for most of
their careers before end-
ing up at their respec-
tive schools four years
ago. These coaches have
battled through growing
pains along with kids
who grew up in their
programs.
The freshmen that


played for the Sea-
hawks and the Gators
in 2005 are now seniors.
They've taken their
lumps, and now they
are ready to make a run
for the playoffs.
Early indications
are recent District 1-2B
power Northyiew might
be a little down this
year. The Chiefs started
the year 1-2.

See SHARE B3


VOLLEYBALL
Baker 3, Laurel Hill 0
It's not how you start but
how you finish, and the Baker
volleyball team proved that
Tuesday against rival Laurel Hill.
The Gators might have
struggled in the beginning,
but they finished strong in
sweeping the Hoboes 3-0 by
scores of 25-19, 25-23, 25-13
on Sept. 16 to take their third
consecutive win.

Fort Walton Beach 3,
Crestview 0
Fort Walton Beach received
12 aces from junior Katrina
Slater and 18 assists from se-
nior Emily Lyerly as the Vikings
defeated District 1 -5A foe
Crestview in three games on
Sept. 16, 25-15. 25-12, 25-23.

Crestview 3, Escambia 1
The Dawgs picked up
their first District 1-5A win on
Thursday.

Baker 3, Freeport 2
Up two games to none,
Freeport looked to be on its way
to a win over District 1 -2A foe
Baker on T-oiurstd, before losing
junior Heather Moore,, to an ankle
injury and, eventually, the match,
24-26,17-25, 25-18, 25-20,
15-11.
Baker Kali Fanders 8 kills,
8 digs; Courtney Fountain 7 kills,
11 digs; Allyssa Horn 14 kills;
Kaylee Bradley 16 kills; Lauren
Griffith 39 assists.

Laurel Hill 2, Opp (Ala.) 1
Katie Free had a huge night
at the net to lead the Hoboes to
a non-district win on Thursday.
, Free had 19 kills to lead the
way for Laurel Hill, which won
the first and third games to
clinch the match, 25-19,13-25,
15-10.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 19
kills, 2 digs, 2 aces; Amanda
King 2 kills, 4 aces, 3 digs;
Elizabeth Van Winkle 8 assists, 1
ace, 1 dig; Jami Sheets 3 digs,
4 assists.

Walton 3, Baker 2Z
Walton took the final two
games Monday to rally past
Baker, 20-25, 25-17, '14-25,
25-22, 15-11.
All of the Gators' losses
this season have come in five
games.
Baker: Alyssa Horn 10 kills,
4 blocks; Courtney Fountain
10 kills; Kali Flanders 4 kills, 7
digs; Lauren Griffith 26 assists;
Kaitlin Hunter 12 digs.

Laurel Hill 3,
Pensacola Christian 1
Laurel Hill recovered from
a slow start to improve to 7-4
with a 15-25, 25-23, 25-22,
25-21 win Monday.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 17
kills, 6 digs, 3 aces, 2 assists;
Amanda King 5 kills, 3 aces, 2
digs, 3 blocks; Amber Richey 4
kills, 2 blocks, 5 digs; Elizabeth
VanWinkle 12 assists, 3 aces,
2 digs; Jami Sheets 11 assists,
10 digs 1 ace.

BOYS GOLF
Choctawhatchee 157,
Walton 162, Niceville
169, Crestview 184
Crestview: Mike Taylor
40, Anthony Perez 45, Wesley
Josey 49, Anthony Locke 50.v

Miracle Strip
Invitational
Fort Walton Beach won
the team title, and Crestview
finished 18th this past
Wednesday.
Crestview: Mike Taylor 82,
Anthony Perez 85, Cole Glass
86, Jay Morgan 93, Corey
Penden 93.

GIRLS GOLF
Niceville won the team title,
and Crestview finished 11 on
Sept. 16.

See BRIEFS B4


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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2008


e ekmm~rum


At top, Amond Robinson returns a game-clinching
interception with less than a minute left against West
Gadsden. He is escorted by Ben Baber and Jordan Glover.
Above, cross country runners from Davidson Middle
School pass the halfway mark during a meet against the
Richbourg Roadrunners.


Bulldogs offensive lineman Nick Brown blocks a West
Gadsden defender as D.D. Johnson carries the ball for
Crestview.


Cross country runners from Davidson and Richbourg
Middle Schools competed during a meet on Wednesday.

Crestview's football team won its homecoming game, and
the Davidson and Richbourg middle school cross country
teams raced against each other. See online photo galleries
from both events at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


ARNOLD 42,
Arnold BAKER 21
avenged a Arnold back
34-20 loss Arnold 21 14 7 0 42 J e
against Baker 7 0 0 14 -- 21 / Jeremy
Baker last 1ST QUARTER /Hester was
year ARNOLD -Jeremy Hester 1 run (Jordan Masker on his way
kick) 9:39 to 228 yards
ARNOLD -Jeremy Hester 11 run (Jordan Masker and five
kick) 8:27 TDs. He
BAKER Logan Wagner 1 run (David Beck kick) now has 14
/"3:47 \TDs on the
A 43-yard ARNOLD Jeremy Hester 3 run (Jordan Masker kick) season
pass to 1:54
K 1:54 2ND QUARTER
Kelan ARNOLD- Jeremy Hester 1 run (Jordan Masker kick)
Meeks set 8:08 The
up Bakers ARNOLD -Jeremy Hester 65 run (Jordan Masker kick) Gators
first score 1:34 fumbled
3RD QUARTER fumbled
ARNOLD- Chris Jackson 25 run (Jordann Masker kick) the ball
8:47 away
4TH QUARTER at their
Baker's BAKER Cameron Davis 11 pass from Cameron own 11,
coaches Domangue (David Beck kick) 9:26 setting up
honored BAKER Cameron Domangue 8 run (David Beck kick) an easy
Marcus 1:47 score for
.Inns as. ... ... Arnold


the team's
Offensive
Player of
the Week.
Jones had
a season-
best
rushing
total



The Mar-
lins aver-
aged 10.7
yards per
rushing
attempt.\
Jeremy \
Hester \
averaged
11.4 yards
per carry.


rLAEP STATISTICS
OFFENSE
PASSING Baker, Cameron Domangle 8-19-1-143,
Logan Wagner 1-2-1-11.


RUSHING Baker, Marcus Jones 12-106, Cameron Baker's
Domangue 18-85, Logan Wagner 1-1. coaches
RECEIVING Baker, Kellan Meeks 4-81, Vada Moore honored
1-31, Josh Rose 2-21, Cameron Davis 1-10. Josh Rose
DEFENSE / as the
Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss not included in teams
total) Kellan Meeks 5-3-8, Dakota Hooper 6-1-7, Josh Defensive
Rose 3-4-7, Cameron Davis 4-2-6, Christian Mainor Player of
4-1-5, David Beck 2-3-5, Vada Moore 4-0-4, Brandon Ates the Week
0-2-2, Tyler Moberly 2-0-2, Preston Nixon 2-0-2, Logan
Wagner 1-1-2, Tyler Holley 1-0-1
Forced fumble Josh Rose
Fumble recoveries Josh Rose, Cameron Davis


TEAM STATISTICS
ARNOLD
FIRST DOWNS 15
TOTAL NET YARDS 359
NET YARDS RUSHING 33-352
NET YARDS PASSING 2-5-0-7
FUMBLES-LOST 4-2
PENALTIES-YARDS 3-25


These
BAKER were sea-
19 son lows
346 -' in rushing
31-192 and total
9-21-2-154 yards for
4-30 Baker


CRESTVIEW 5,


Baseball
score?
Not! None
of the
15 MLB
games
played
Friday
ended
in a 5-3
score



J.T Arnold
missed a
25-yard
field goal
earlier in


WEST GADSDEN 3 One
possible
West Gadsden 3 0 0 0 3 reason for
Crestview 2 0 0 .3 -- 5 the Dawgs'
struggles
1ST QUARTER on offense?
CRESTVIEW-Safety, punt blocked out ofend zone, 8:10 West
WEST GADSDEN Pablo Escobar 35 FG, 4:06 Gadsden
4TH QUARTER Brown is
CRESTVIEW J.T. Arnold 40 FG, 1:56 one of the
top college
PLAYER STATISTICS prospects
and plans
OFFENSE to play at
PASSING Crestview, Jason Parker 3-11-0-23. Florida next
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- WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 2008


SPORTS


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Northview's slow start
makes this Friday's game
between the Gators (2-1)
and the Seahawks (3-0)
even more important.
If Northview contin-
ues to struggle it seems
Baker, South Walton
and Vernon will be the
three teams fighting for
the two playoffs spot in
the district. (The Yellow
Jackets are 2-0 coming
off their open week.
Friday they step up a
classification to take on
Walton).
The Gators lost to a
3A school when they
fell against Arnold. In
a few weeks the Gators-
travel over to DeFuniak
Springs to take on Wal-
ton
Kellogg's willing-
ness to schedule larger
schools should help Bak-
er against district foes.
It's doubtful the best
players Vernon or North-
view have compare with
Arnold's Hester or Wal-
ton's Jackson.
Yet you never know.
Smal schools can pro-
duce big-time players.
Several years ago
Graceville turned out
running back Neal An-
derson, who went to
Florida and had a decent


career in the National
Football League with the
Chicago Bears.
I don't think Kellogg
or Barron has to worry
about seeing a future
NFL star on the other
side of the ball Friday
night.
The Seahawks will
have to find a way to stop
Baker quarterback Cam-
eron Domangue. That
task is getting more diffi-
cult as Domangue is start-
ing to throw effectively as
well as run the football.
Baker and South Wal-
ton might not be the
marquee game a lot of
people are looking for
Friday night, but from
my perspective it should
be a great contest.
Two coaches who
respect each other and
understand the price the
guy on the other sideline
has paid will take their
evenly matched teams to
battle.
It should be a good
one.

See News Bulletin
Sports Editor Randy Dick-
son .iaOd Nes Bulletin Edi-
tor KIle' [\rihti make their
ic'ki. for Frda u's games
at ulww.crp'st iewbulletin.
com.


DAW GS continued from B1


the dust clears Patriot
coach Mickey Lindsey will
have Pace competing for
the District 1-4A title and
ready to make a long run
into the playoffs.
"They do a great job
over there in the weight
room in the offseason,"
Brunson said. "Coach
Lindsey and his staff do a
great job, and they are not
an easy out ever.
"They are going to be
physical. They are going
to get in the I and run it
right at us. If we stop their
run game their quarter-
back, Anthony Munoz,
who is a very good player,
throws the ball as well as
they have had."
Pace will line up in a
5-2 defensive set and play
tough, physical football
Most coaches might
prefer to play Pace at
home, but Brunson is hap-
py to be facing the Patriots
in their own backyard.
"We beat Pace a couple
of times over there, but
we've yet to beat them
(at home) in my tenure as
head coach," he said. "So
we like going over there
to play them."
When Arnold isn't kick-
ing the football he's lined
up at outside linebacker.


Like Goodson, he's anx-
Aious to. see how things
will shape up Friday'
"They're tough team
and we haxe to prepare
real good for them and
practice hard this week
if we are going to come
through," he said. "They
run it up the middle a lot
and it's basically going to
be a power game.
"It's going to be who
can hit harder, and the
most physical team is go-
ing to win."
The Bulldogs have
next week off, and then
open District 2-4A play at
Choctawhatchee on Oct.
10. Brunson will use the
Pace game to get a little
better idea of where his
team is heading into dis-
trict play.
"We take a lot of pride
in playing those guys (the
Patriots), and they take a
lot of pride in playing us,"
Brunson said. "It's just a
good rivalry.
"It's a non-district
game, but it's a great mea-
suring stick to see where
we are."

Visit our Crestview sports
online reference page at
http://www.crestviewbulle-
tin.com/sections/sports/


Players of the Week recognized


Special to the News Bulletin

J.T. Arnold was recog-
nized as the Crestview
High School football
team's Player of the Week
from the Dawgs' 5-3 win
this past Friday against
West Gadsden. Arnold
kicked the game-winning
field goal with less than
two minutes remaining.
Crestview Paint & Body
makes a donation to the
CHS football program af-
ter each Bulldog win.
Baker's coaches se-
lected Marcus Jones as the


J.T.
Arnold


Gators' Offensive Player
of the Week from Baker's
last two games. He has
170 total rushing yards the
past two games.
Dakota Hooper was


Thursday, Lowball, Sept. 18
1. Howard Mitchell, Bill Chandler, Don Mazerat, Mac Henderson
-9
2. Don Kearney, Jesse Dennis, Alan Parsons, Hal Jellison -7
3. Mike Costabile, George Bonner, Werth Pittman, Neil Thompson
-5'
4. Ed Ross, David Smith, Jimmy Johnson, David Hinnant -3

Night Golf, Sept. 20
1. Chad Allen, David Gansel, Judy Gansel, Sonny Gomez,
A.J. Anderson 33
2. Brian Davis, Larry Cox, Carol Hower, BonnieRincon, Tim
Rincon 34
3. Heidi Blair, John Blair, Jeff Holmes, Sakoto Holmes, Pete
Sniezko 35
4. Kerry Barbee, Craig Barbee, Tom Patterson, Caleb
Jackson, Krystal McLane 36
5. Aaron Odom, Bob Tilley, Joe Alteiri, Jerry Maughon 37
6. Karen Quinn, Pat Quinn, Dee Fischer, Billy Smith 38
7. Kaylee Carver, Max Carver, Samantha Carver, Rachel
Carver 38

Sunday Lowball, Sept. 21
1. Tony Petrea, Archie Perez, Jesse Perez, Hal Jellison -13
2. Steve Whiddon, Mike Bouchard, Jerry Maughon, Joe
Garriga -11 '
3. Aaron Odom, Dick Hickson Tom Prier, Dean Martin, -10
4. Jeff Holmes, Heidi Blair, John Blair, Ralph Armstrong Ron
Magruder -9
5. Jay Merrifield, Tom Cook, Bill Goodard, Danny Josey -9



GATORS continued from B1


"He has a ninth-grade
bunch (that started with
Barron in 2005) that aie
seniors now. It's the same
with us. This is kind of the
bunch we started with, so
for both of us this is kind
of the payoff."
The payoff both teams
are looking for is a spot in
the postseason.
"Our group of kids, all
they've talked about is
a district championship
and getting to the play-
offs," Kellogg said. "And
I would imagine his kids
(the Seahawks) are the
same way."
On the surface the Sea-
hawks seem to have a
slight advantage in size.
Give the Gators the ad-
vantage in skill positions,
with quarterback Cam-
eron Domangue and run-
ning back Marcus Jones.


"Our advantage is we
have a little more speed
than them," Kellogg said.
"They are bigger than we
are. Strength-wise we were
pretty successful against
them in our weightlifting
meets (last spring) so I
kind of leave that even.
"We feel like those two
will counter each other. I
think the advantage they
do have is they have a lot
of momentum. They are
coming off an overtime
win a couple of weeks ago
against (Wewahitchka),
and then they came back
and beat Bozeman late in
the game."
South Walton's size -is
not lost on Baker receiver
Josh Rose.
"They were big and
physical when we played
them in the spring jam-
boree, so we are not go-


Josh
Rose


Baker's Defensive Player
of the Garne against Frank-
lin County. Hooper made
11 tackles against the Sea-
hawks. Jacob Lawson was
the Special Teams Player


A W -of the Game
against
Franklin
County.
... Josh Rose
- was Baker's
Defensive
Brandon Player of the
Ates Week against
Arnold. Rose
had seven
tackles, broke
up a pass and
recovered a fumble.
Brandon Ates was
the Gators' Special Team
Player of the Week against
Arnold.


SPORTS continued from B1


events are planned for spous-
es 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 sponsor-
ship opportunities, visit www.
YourRedCross.org today,

Foxwood MGA Golf
Tournament
The Foxwood MGA champi-
onship will be held Oct. 11 and
12 at Foxwood Country Club.
The tournament.is only for
members of Foxwood and
MGA and will have an 8 a.m.
shotgun start each day.
Teams will be drawn by the
tournament committee


ing to take South Walton
for granted," he said. "We
are going to have a hard
week of preparation and
go out there and play Fri-
day night and hope for the
best.
"We've got a little bit of
speed, and I think that will
help us. They are big and
physical, but we play hard
and hit hard so we'll just
see how it goes."
Lineman Blake Bol-
linger thinks the Seahawks
might have revenge on
their minds.
"We know they are go-
ing to be a good team, and
they are going to be upset
for the spring jamboree
and homecoming (last
year, when Baker won),"
he said. "We just have
to buckle it up because
they've got some big boys
on that team.


Entry deadline is 4 p.m. Oct.
10.

Christian Thomhave
Memodal Tourney
The Christian Thomhave .
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 (formerly
Okaloosa-Walton College) in
memory of Christian Thomhave.
There will be six flights in the
tournament with cash prizes in
each flight.
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.


"We have to get that
jump start win in district.
We are coming off the big
loss to Arnold and the
team is looking down.
Even though a loss is just a
mark on a piece of paper, a
win would help us tremen-
dously.
The prelims are over.
The march for a shot at
the playoffs starts Friday
night.
"It's like we tell our kids,
everything else was just a
warm-up," Kellogg said.
"We've played some qual-
ity teams and we've (Baker
and South Walton) played
some similar teams.
"I really look for it to be
a good game."

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COMMUNITY SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2008


Motocross winner


Photos special to the News Bulletin by Cindy Carroll / cindycarroll71@yahoo.com
Above, Baker's John Mateleska hands off to Andy Sipos in the 5-6 game. Below right, Tyler Gill
makes a hit for BAYA in the 11-12 contest. Bottom left, Mason Smith runs the ball for BAYA in the
9-10 match p. Below right, Brooks Taylor runs for Baker's 11-12 team against Opp. Bottom right,
a Crestview defender stops Javon Graham in the 7-8 game.


Special to the News Bulletin
Local youngster Cory O'Malley placed first in the 125 B and Schoolboy classes of a recent
motocross series held in Bainbridge, Ga., and Panama City. Despite riding with a broken
nose and sore ribs he was able to top his classes. O'Malley is continuing in motocross and
hopes to enter arena racing. He rides a Kawasaki 250 with a four stroke engine.



BRIEFS continued from B1


Crestview: Kenna Rogers
119, Erica Newnan 130, Alei
O'Connell 132, Karen Jones
134.

BOYS CROSS
COUNTRY
Paxton 33, Freeport 51,
Baker 63, Walton 101
Freeport's Michael Garziani
finished first on the 5K course
on Sept. 18 at Walton.
Devin Scott led the Gators,
finishing second overall.
Baker: Devin Scott 18:51,
John Scott 19:31, Dyl an
Scott 20:33.

Gulf Coast
Stampede
Crestview finished 18th
in the team standings
Saturday at the Escambia
County Equestrian Center.
More than 40 teams com-
peted.
Crestview: 60. Jacob
Gourlie 17:50; 70. Corey
Smith 17:58; 107. Dylon
Tillman 18:38; 131. Dylon
Brown 19:06; 154.
Cameron Sanchez 19:36;
159. Connor Marshall
19:43; 185. John Louito
20:15.


Paxton 41, Freeport 68,
Baker 74, Central 77,
Walton 99
Freeport's Michael
Graziana was the individual
winner, and host Paxton took
the team win Monday.
Devin Scott posted Baker's
best time
Baker: Devin Scott 18:53,
John Scott 19:51, Dillon'Scott
20:38, Austin Stanton 22:45,
Tyler Goggans 23:44.

GIRLS CROSS
COUNTRY
Freeport 22, Paxton 49,
Baker 79
Walton's Lindsey Phillips
was the top finisher on Sept.
18 at Walton, while Freeport
easily won the team title.
Baker: Landon Thiessen
27:18, Brannon 34:33, Kali
Havens 35:16.

Freeport 34, Paxton 42,
Walton 110, Baker 140
Freeport took the top two
places and the team win at
Paxton on Monday.
Baker: Cassie Cooper
27:21, London Thiessen
29:34, Morgan Lewellen
34:06, Cheyenne Brannon


34:10, Kali Havens 36:19

Gulf Coast tampede
Crestview also fin-
ished 18th in the girls team
standings Saturday at the
Escambia County Equestrian
Center. More than 40 teams
also competed in the girls
race.
Crestview: 8. Lauren Day
20:11; 48. Taylor Polk 21:22;
130. Juliet Yarger 23:35; 146.
Elise Jenkins 24:08; 223.
Katelyn Barton 26:59; 253.
April Sanders 29:36.

MIDDLE SCHOOLS
Volleyball
Sept. 18
Davidson def. Liza
Jackson, 2-0
Richbourg def. Meigs, 2-0
Sept. 22
Ruckel def. Richbourg,
2-0.
Davidson def. Meigs, 2-1

Cross Country
Sept. 17
Boys
Davidson 22, Richbourg 45
Girls
Davidson 15, Richbourg
76


Young Dawgs,


Gators take the field


Special to the News
Bulletin

The Crestview Area
Youth Association and
Baker Area Youth Associa-
tion football teams squared
off this past Saturday in


Jack Foster Stadium.
Crestview won the
games in the 5-6, 9-10 and
11-12 age divisions, all bv
6-0 scores.
Baker earned a 26-0 vic-
tory in the 7-8 age division.
Baker's 11-12 team had


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Crestview News Bulletin I B5


Pink Junebug Designs celebrates grand opening


Online store to make contributions

to breast cancer research


Special to the News Bulletin

Pink Junebug Designs
has made its way to the
Web, and Crestview is
feeling the cuteness.
Pink Junebug Designs is
celebrating the Sept. 10
Grand Opening of its lo-


cal, family-owned online
boutique.
Pink Junebug Designs
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"I am thrilled to intro-
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as well as across the
country," Pink Junebug
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bring a fresh concept
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Williams, whose
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the inspiration for the
designs, plans to add
more designs, colors,
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as soon as possible.


"Our focus was to
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ABWA assists our schools


Special to the News Bulletin
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Elementary School during the week of Sept. 8.





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qualify, and the IRS will
mail or direct deposit
your check. If you need


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known that Charlie OF THE PUBLIC REC-
Brown Climatic Control ORDS OF
Mini Storage, Inc., lo- 0 K A L 0 O 5 A
cated in Valparaiso, COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, gives notice to: A/K/A 207 ANN
CIRCLE UNIT 2 DES-
Derrick Williams TIN, FL 32541-6000
1409 Beaver Run Road,
Niceville, Fl. 32578 that Any person claiming
personal property stored an interest in the
in Unit # 16-B shall be surplus' from the
sold to the public on Oc- sale, if any, other
tober 2, 2008 at 9:30 than the property
am at the mini storage fa- owner as of the date
cility. of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
Legal # 100401 WITNESS MY HAND


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
46-2008-CA-000986
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
..WILSON T. GLOVASKI,
* et al,
Defendant(s).
- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
"NOTICE IS HEREBY
,GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
.nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
-September 09,2008 and


.3 1Q,.-,j,, -1 .O3 ..
GULF MANOR FIRST Legal f# 100406
(850)651-7497 ADDITION, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT IN THE CIRCUIT
IMPORTANT THEREOF AS RE- COURT OF THE FIRST
In accordance with the CORDED IN PLAT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
Americans with Disabili- BOOK 8, PAGE 9, AND FOR
ties Act, persons with dis- PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA
abilities needing special O K A L 0 0 S A COUNTY, FLORIDA
accommodation to partic- COUNTY, FLORIDA FILE NO.
ipate in this proceeding 2008-CP-001029 DI-
should contact Court Ad- A/K/A 400 PRIM- VISION: PROBATE
ministration at 1250 N. ROSE CIRCLE, DES-
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, TIN, FL 32541 IN RE: ESTATE OF HEDI
F, 32579; teleEhone M. DUNSTAN
numerl l /4/,A ny *ersn.caimng. ecesed


number (8J0)651-/49, Any person claiming Deceased.
prior to the proceeding, an interest in the
surplus from the NOTICE TO CREDI-
09/17/2008 sale, if any, other TORS
09/24/2008 than the property
owner as of the date The administration of the
of the Lis Pendens Estate of HEDI M.
must file a claim DUNSTAN, deceased,
within sixty (60) whose date of death was
Legal # 100402 days after the sale. death May 22 2008, is
pending in the Circuit
IN THE CIRCUIT WITNESS MY HAND Court for Okaloosa
COURT OF THE FIRST and the seal of this Court County, Florida, Probate
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN on September 12, 2008 Division, the address of
AND FOR which is P.O. DRAWER
OKALOOSA Don W. Howard 1359, CRESTVIEW, FL
COUNTY, FLORIDA Clerk of the Circuit Court 32536-1359. The names
CIVIL ACTION CASE By: Viki Jackson and addresses of the Per-
NO. 2007 CA Deputy Clerk sonal Representative and
005356 S DIVISION the Personal
FILE NO. F07048041 Florida Default Law Representative's attorney
Grouor P.L. P.O. Box are set forth below.


DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST
COMPANY AMERICAS
AS TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
vs
DAVID L. TALBERT, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE


and the seal of this court NOTICE IS HEREBY
on September 12, 2008. GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
Don W. Howard gage Foreclosure dated
Clerk of the Circuit Court September 09, 2008
By: Viki.Jackson and entered in Case No.
Deputy Clerk 200Y CA 005356 S of
the Circuit Court of the
Florida Default Law FIRST Judicial Circuit in
Group P.L., P.O. Box and for OKALOOSA
25018 Tampa, Florida County, Florida wherein
33622-5018 DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST
COMPANY AMERICAS
IMPORTANT AS TRUSTEE, is the Plain-
In accordance with the tiff and DAVID L.
Americans with Disabili- TALBERT; are the Defend-
ties Act, persons with dis- ants, I will sell to the
abilities needing special highest and best bidder
accommodation to partic- for cash at IN FRONT OF
ipate in this proceeding CLERK'S FRONT DOOR
should contact Court Ad- OF SHALIMAR ANNEX
ministration at 101 James at 11:00 AM, on the 28
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- day of October, 2008,
view, FL, 32536-3515; the following described
telephone number property as set forth in
(850)689-5000, Exten- said Final Judgment:
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding, or Shalimar LOT 1, BLOCK E,


25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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 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.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
F, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
09/17/2008
09/24/2008


....., 103 11Al
FORTH ABOVE, ANY 205 MATTIES: WAY DES-
CLAIM FILED TWO 12) TIN, FL 32541
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE ANY AND ALL UN-
OF DEATH IS BARRED. KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
The date of first p...bl..:o T H R O U G H ,
tion of this notice is Sep- U N D E R A N D
tember 24, 2008. AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
AARON B. WVENTZ DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
Attorney f.:.r Ps.' .r.al ANT(S) WHO 'ARE
Representative NOT KNOWN TO BE
Florida Bar No. DEAD OR ALIVE,
0065810 WHETHER SAID UN-
814A Shadow Lane KNOWN PARTIES
Ft. Walton Beach, Fl MAY CLAIM AN IN-
32547 TEREST AS SPOUSE,
T e I e p h a n e : HEIRS, DEVISEES,
850-863-8006 GRANTEES, OR
Fax: 850-863-8009 OTHER CLAIMANTS
JACQUE M. RIVAS LAST KNOWN AD-
Personal Representative DRESS: UNKNOWN
5882 Autumn Chase Cir-
cle CURRENT ADDRESS:
Sanford, FL 32773 UNKNOWN


09/24/08
10/01/08


Legal # 100407
IN THE CIRCUIT
1RT Ir / T FIR EDCT


All creditors of the Dece- JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IN
dent and other persons AND FOR
having claims or de- OKALOOSA
mands against COUNTY, FLORIDA
Decedent's Estate on CIVIL ACTION CASE
whom a copy of this no- NO: CA-1579 S DIVI-
tice is required to be SION:
served must file their
claims with this court JPMORGAN CHASE
WITHIN THE LATER OF BANK NATIONAL AS-
3 MONTHS AFTER THE SOCIATION AS TRUS-
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- TEE FOR THE OWMIT
LOCATION OF THIS NO- MORTGAGE LOAN AS-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER SET BACKED CERTIFI-
THE DATE OF SERVICE CATES SERIES 2006-1,
OF A COPY OF THIS Plaintiff,
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the vs
Decedent and other per- NIKKI L. SLATTERY, et al
sons having claims or de- Defendant(s)
mands against
Decedent's Estate must NOTICE OF ACTION
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 TO: NIKKI L. SLATTERY
MONTHS AFTER THE LAST KNOWN AD-
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- DRESS: 205 MATTIES
LOCATION OF THIS NO- WAY DESTIN, FL 32541
TICE.
CURRENT ADDRESS 205
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED MATTIES WAY DESTIN,
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- FL 32541
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE LAST KNOWN
FLORIDA PROBATE ADDRESS:
CODE WILL BE FOREVER WILLIAM SLATTERY
BARRED. 205 MATTIES WAY DES-
NOTWITHSTANDING TIN FL32541
THE TIME PERIODS SET CURRENT ADDRESS:


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 6, BLOCK 0,
KELLY PLANTATION,
PHASE 1 ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 15, PAGE 27,
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 3
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 service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafer; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 19 day of Septem-
ber, 2008.


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk


Total $75,600
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box 09/10/08
25018 Tampa, Florida 09/17/08
33622-5018 09/24/08
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili- Legal # 100436
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special IN THE CIRCUIT
accommodation to partic- COURT OF THE FIRST
ipate in this proceeding JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
should contact Court Ad- AND FOR
ministration at 101 James OKALOOSA
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- COUNTY, FLORIDA
view, FL, 32536-3515; CASE NO.:
telephone number 2008-DR-3750 DIVI-
(850)689-5000, Exten- SION: TRK
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar IN RE: CHANGE OF
(850)651-7497 NAME
IMPORTANT DWINDALIN DENIECE
In accordance with the SMITH,
Americans with Disabili- Petitioner/ Mother
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special and
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding TERRY JAMES FURLOW,
should contact Court Ad- JR
ministration at 1250 N. Respondent/Father
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone NOTICE OF ACTION
number (850)651- 497, FOR CHILD NAME
prior to the proceeding. CHANGE
09/24/2008 TO: TERRY JAMES
10/01/2008 FURLOW, JR.
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS 6333 Posada
Court, Palmdale CA
93552


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 $2,500
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 -
,$10,000, Legal Ads
$200, Chief Funds -
3,000, Forestry Grant -
10,000, Fire Chief As-
soc. Dues $400 Emer-
gency Fund $5,300


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 orin-
nal with the clerk of tAis
Court at Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FE 32579 be-
fore service on Petitioner
or immediately thereafter.
If you 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


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B6 I Crestview News Bulletin


CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 20,08


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-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.1 Future
papers in this law-
suit 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, includir
missal or stril
pleadings.
Dated: Septem
2008
CLERK OF THE
COURT
By: K Broom
Deputy Clerk
09/10/08
09/17/08
09/24/08
10/01/08


ng dis-
king of

ber 5,

CIRCUIT


Legal # 100439
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FISRT
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKLAOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CSE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-15375
DIVISION: FILE NO.
F08017760
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE
CMLTI BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES
2007-AMC3,
Plaintiff,
vs.
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


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


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WITNESS my hand nod
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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
2501, 6 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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 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.
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
F, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
09/17/2008
09/24/2008



LEGAL # 120090
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-004135
DIVISION: FILE NO:
F08055356
COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS, INC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LATILSHA MARSH
A/K/A LATILSHA
LATOYA MARSH, et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LATILSHA MARSH
A/K/A LATILSHA
LATOYA MARSH
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 1610 Ella Ruth
Drive Fort Walton Beach
FL 32547.
CURRENT ADDRESS:


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2008, on Florida Default i 1130
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose Adoption Caring, lov-
address is 9119 Corpo- ing, financially secure
rate Lake Drive, Suite couple is looking to
300 Tampa, Florida adopt a baby. Medical,
33634 and file the origi- living expenses paid
nal with this Court either counseling. Call Karen @
before service on At. Brenner Office
Plaintiff's attorney or im- (800)362-9660 Confi-
mediately thereafter; oth- dental #260101
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
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for two consecutive Single white male 70
weeks in the the Crest- 5'8 1701bs. Looking for
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9 day of September, a good woman to share
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Please write RLB P.O.
Don W. Howard Box 876, Crestview, FL
Clerk of the Court 32536, or call (650)
By: Kitty Sims 689-8038
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group P.L P.O. Box --t
25018 Tampa, Florida Ol \ .
33622-5018 '
IMPORTANT .
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis- PETS & ANIMALS
abilities needing special I M
accommodation to partic- 2100 Pets
ipate in this proceeding 2110 Pets: Free to
should contact Court Ad- Good Home
ministration at 101 James 2120 Pet Supplies
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- 2130 Farm Animals/
view, FL, 32536-3515; Supplies
telephone number 2140 Pets/Livestock
(850)689-5000, Exten- Wanted
sion 7497, prior to the 2150 Pet Memorials
proceeding, or Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
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ties Act, persons with dis- huahua puppies. Born
abilities needing special Ma 4th $150. & up.
accommodation to partic- Cal 850-902-7275
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should contact Court Ad- Looking for a Registered
ministration at 1250 N. Toy Foodle for Stud.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, 850-682-8815
FL 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497, Mini- Schnauzer pups. 2
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CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU. ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-


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wwwGulfCoastSupply.com 16 yr old Jordan (866622-8892 Code X
Colclasure Every Sat. at-
MIh Coach n Four Sfeakhouse
CIooleTI! ,Cview, 530pm-830pm
3230 pianobyjordan.com
Baker Now Available! 2008 '.
MULTI-FAMILY Post Office Jobs."
YARD SALE! $18-$20/Hr. No Experi
Yt. 2 -n ..iL ence, Paid Training, Fed
Sat. Se t 27',7-Und .Benefits Vacations Call
480 lzie Rd. 00 0-9941 Todayl REAL ESTATE FORRENT
Galliver cut-off) Beautiful 'F FL08
dresser, clothes & lots of 6100 Business/
misc. -------- Commercial
S6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
NEW 6130 Condo/Townhouse
W I 6140 House Rentals
6150- Roommate Wanted
Crestivew 6160- Rooms for Rent
I M 6170 Mobile Home/Lot
Yard Sale 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
5358 Fairchild Rd off 610 Timeshare Rentals
East Sat. 8-? XEX- EMPLOYMENT 6200 Vacation Rentals


Crafter, Fabric++, Floral,
Wood, Kitchen, Bath,
Bikes, Furniture, Nascar,
Queen Sleep memory
bed, Holiday & stuff
Crestview
3 FAMILY YARD
SALE!
Sat. Sept. 27, 7-10 AM,
1520 Texas Pkwy, Too
much to list
Crestview
ESTATE SALE!
In and Out Sale Sept
26 & 27 from 7AM- Tiff?
607 Noble Cirle
(Br6okmeade Villas Apts)
Antiques
Creslview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Look for signs
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park. 240-9678
Crestview
Multi Family
Garage Sale
202 Juniper Ct Saturday
Only 8-1. Directions:
Adara Country Club,
Electronics, Books DVDs,
some furniture and toys
.Crestview
Multi-Family
S Yard Sale
.ai Sept. 27, 7am-?
1i-:-,:1218, & 1223
Eqc. r (PJ Adams to Vil-
dla.":'i i .:. Ego Dr).
Crestview
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE!
Sat. Sept. 27, 7:30AM -
Noon, 3239 Auburn Rd.
Futon, Glass top tables,
Misc. household items,
few clothes(adults only)
Lots of Avon Products All
price to sell. 682-1886
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie
682-4305


3240

Gun Show
Ft. Walton Bch
Fairgrounds
September
27-28
*Sat. 9-5
*Sun. 10-4
Free Parking
(407)
275-7233
floridagunshows.com


31003250 1
All Types of Watch & Jumbo Green &
thers, tl grndfc-, boiled peanuts. Holland
wes uymantels, cucall Farms 1-877-675-6876
we u antiques, Call


Do you Experience Anx-
S 3110 iety? There are answers
in this book. Buy and
N.u TgAoV read Self Analysis by L.
NUf 1 0 Ron Hubbard. Price
$15.00. Hubbard Dia-
netics Foundation
Kenmore Dryer $50. call (813)872-0722 E-mail
after 5:00 682-0870 cofstampa@gmail.com.

.. .6 ,. ,-4

The Kids Mart

A Children's Consignmenri S.le,
Old Spanish Trail Shrine Club
W Hwy. 90, Crestview
Fall/Winter Sept. 26 Sept. 28, 2008
Join us as at The Kids MartI Come and purchase
great deals on gently used children's items....Fall/
Winter clothes from newborn to pre-teen, baby and
juvenile furniture, car seats and strollers, play yard
equipment, nursery items, maternity clothes, books
and videos and TOYS, TOYS, TOYS!!!
x' Once you experience
'- The Kids Mart, you'll never want to miss it!

The Kids Mart's schedule is as follows:
*IJ Fri. Sept. 26th: 8am 3pm
12 Sat Sept. 27th: 8am 3pm ,r:
-i Sept. 28th: 10am 2pm I
(5l0% OFF Day)
\\ i otrfering Ladie's clothing ,
1- 7.'-65 e01796 '*19


4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120- Sales
4130 Employment
information






Drivers
OTR
CDL "A" Drivers
Top pay for Hazmat
+ clean MVR
99% No Touch Freight
Solos avg to 3000 mpw
Teams avg to 5000 mpw
Real Home Time
800-500-3089
Empire Express
Healthcare
Medical Assistant
Crestview. Exp not
necessary, computer
knowledge is VERY es-
sential Write Box 11,
2260 S Fercdon, Crest-
view, 32536'
Logistics/Transportation


Commercial office space
for lease 828 N. Ferdon
Blvd. 682-2735
For Lease Main Street
location. 201 N. Main
St. Call 682-2735
For Lease, Newly Re-
modeled Commercial
Space 176-178 S. Indus-
tnal Drive 68272735




Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet, gated no pets
$575mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req.
585-6985
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity


Driver Trainees Crestview Inn
Needed No CDL? No Motel $35 daily, $165
Problem! Earn up to wk efficiency $200 Wk.
$900wk. Home week- $60 4 weeks. Call
ends w/TMC. Company 682-4466
endorsed 'CDL Trainin.
1-866-280-539
Quality Assurance/Safety I
6130
Mystery Crestview 305 Purl
Shoppers Adams, 2 br, 1 1/2ba,
Earn up to $150 per W/D $705/mo + dep.
day. Undercover shop- Avail now 543-4742
pers needed to judge re-
fail and dining estab-Crestview 3BR/2.5BA
lishments. Experience not behind hospital, lawn
required. Please call maintenance included.
1-877-664-5368 New appliances. $706
Web ID #27821849 month $700dd. Call Pam
850-569-2315 cell
Retail/Wholesale 850-209-4216


*ASSISTANT
MANAGER
PT/FT SALES
Hibbett Sports is hiring in
Crestview. Apply at:
2529 Ferdon Blvd.
South Crestview. FL
32536. Hibbett Sports
conducts drug testing.
www.hibbett.com
WANTED: Someone to
Bush hog 3 acres. Previ-
ously cleared and bush
hogged. Call Tom
683-1305



Colonial Life seeks an
entrepreneurial profes-
sional with sales experi-
ence to become a District
Manager. A Life/Health
license is required. Sub-
stantial earnings poten-
tial. Please contact:
meredith. brewer@
coloniallife.com or call
(904)424-5697.
Deliver RVs for payl
Deliver "new" RVs to all
48 states and Canada.
Get paid to travel For
details log on to
www.RVceliveryJobs.com
Driver-Bynum Transport-
needs qualified drivers
for Central Florida- Local
& National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker,
no hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits, competi-
tve pay & new equip-
ment. (866)GO-BYNUM.
Need 2 years experi-
ence.
Drivers: Call ASAPI $$
Sign-On Bonus $$
3 5-41cpm Earn over
$1000 weekly Excellent
Benefits Need CDL-A & 3
mos recent OTR
(877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com.
No Truck Driver Experi-
ence- No Problem.
Wil-Trans Trucking Will
Teach You How to Drive.
Company Sponsored
CDL Training. Be OTR in
Three Weeks. (888)
368-1205. Must be 23.
Post Office Now Hir-
ing! Avg Pay $20/hr or
$57K/yr Including Fed-
eral Benefits and OT.
Placed by adSource, not
USPS who hires. Call
(866)713-4492.


3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
$12,6001 Only $199/
Mol 5% down 20 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR
$259/Mol For listings
(800)366-9783 Ext


6140
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 683-1714
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
6117 Magnolia
3br, 2ba, $775mo+dd
143 Lonnie Jack
3 br, 2ba $880mo+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
S369 John King
3 br 2 ba $800
*513 WingSan Way
3br, 2V2ba $775+dd
6117 Magnolia
b L') Lm 7C


5 6140
Crestview 3br, 2ba
2cg, new paint, tile &
carpet. S of 1-10 $89,5mo
+ dep 217-7344 ,:

Crestview- 3bd 2ba
3376 Polly Ln. X Large
fenced yard $775 mo +
$775. Dep. 642-2121


NEW TDIJ4V
Crestview 3br, iba
downtown, screened
porch big lot. $550mo.
682-8'48 or 865-3421

Crestview- 4 br 2 ba,
1850sf. S. of 1-16. 'ice
neighborhood. $1100
mo. 685-7442

Crestview: S. 1-10, 3R
2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
dep. Flex lease for mili-
tary. 850-502-9340

NEW ToA.


Downtown Crestview
(2 2br, block Wiidow
unit $400/$450 +-SD.
Partially furnished.
682-8483 or 865-34.21


3 13, //
* 2413 HalfMoon FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
3 br 2 ba $1200+dd construction house/'w/
* 115 Mill Pond Cove fencedyard available, for
4 br, 2 1/2 ba, $1000 lease Oct. 1st. Greit lo-
cation to both bases.
Terms negotiable. $1200
Coldwell Banker United m. Call850 699-2189
Realtors 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview FI
32536 1(850) 689-J151
or (850) 682-5922-EHO
0307 Walnut Ave br,
1ba, 700sf $425 triplex NEW TDAY
* 305 Walnut Ave 2br
ba, 900sf, $500 end Janet Johnson
unit
* 309 Walnut Ave; 2br Realy, Inc. ,
1ba 900sf, $500 end EquallHousing
* 230 Runnymeade Dr
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $600 682-180
Lawn Service&quarterly
pest control provided Baker
end unit *1112 Country giving Rd
* 238 Runnymeade Dr. 3 br, 2 ba;$950
2br, 1.5ba, 930 sf, Crestview $
$600, lawn service & 116 Hapto D
quarterly pest control pro-2 br 116 ba; $535ton Dr
vided- interior unit br 1.5ba, $535 -
* 130 Patton St 2br, lbasson Circle
900sf $625 no pets al- 3 br 2 ba; $600
lowed .2)6 Virinia S-
* 418 Brown PI 2br 2 br 1.5 a;$625
Iba 1066sf $675 S 2377 Lak Silver
1-10 2 br 1 ba; $650
S6106 Magnolia Lane 64 LeAve -
3br15ba 1026sf $695- 3 br 1 ba; $675
1 st months rent free 1704 1st Ave -
* 8146 8th Ave 3br,2ba 3 br 1.5 ba; $700
1355sf $750 Laurel Hill 202 Virainia St-
S152 SawyinPines CT 2 br1.5 Ba; $700 S
3br.5 ba 309sf 315 rackin St-
$800- End Unit 3 br, 1 ba; $725
S 747 Maestic Dr 0 206 Virainia St
3b25ba 124sf br 1.5 1a $750
$8251 months free rent- 329 John king R'
Soth of 1-10 3 br, 2 ba; $800
0 5720 Reinke Dr 3br, 0 106Corwin Dr- i
2ba 1253sf $850 2 br 2.5 ba; $800
approval t 107 Corwin Dr -
S50AbbeyRd 3br, 2ba 2 br 2.5 ba; $800
1165sf $875 Cathedral 0 698 Lee Ave -
ceilings in master bed 4 br 2 ba; $800
02904 Orchidcrest Dr. 134 Swayin Pinet-
4br, 1ba, 1600sf, $900 3 br 2.5 ba; $825 o:
/2 months free rent 0 205 Wilson Ln -;
2813 Mohican Wa 3 br 2 ba $900
3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $95 26062Moonli5h Ln -
South of 1-10 2 br, 2 ba; $1130
o 507 White Oak Lane 542 EBrook Dr
$br, 2ha 1850sf $995 4br 2ba; $1200
First Months Rent Free 0 6r 17 Havenmist Ln
0 238 Tiffot Ct. 3br, 2ba 4 br 2 ba;l 1250 Ma
1620sf, $995, first *324Ahey; C50
months rent free 3 80 C ba $ elwo250 Dr
1305 Jefferyscot ct 3br,3280 C apelwoood r
2ba 4 br, 2 ba; $1400'
0 4713 Connor Dr 4br
2ba 1748sf $1006
South of I-10 free months
rent to military 0 m t
S2140 Hamgood Loop DoSomethi
4br 2.5ba 2254sf, '
$125 split bedroom G d
floorplan uo0oF0 r
01235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
2ba, 1758sf, $1125 T rW
large fenced back yard ITomorrow
0 248 Limestone Cir ,
3br,4ba 1866sf $1200 -
no pets allowed
04180 Big Buck Trail
4$br 2ba, 1823sf,
$1215 no pets allowed
S228 Riverchase Blvd RECYCLE!


ba 2547Ssf $1300CO 10b%
military discount
* 435 Hatchee Dr 4 br,
2 ba, 2250sf, $1300
all appliances included.
05262 Clint Mason Rd. R Y L
3br 2.5ba, 1878sf.
$1400 pets allowed w/
approval. TOD Y
For further information
and to apply online,
please visit our website JO
at: www.cburpm.com


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Automotive consultant foi
Award Chevrolet, would like
to extend an invitation to tl'e
public to stop by and let hi;
answer any questions
you may have.


AN AMERICAN RVOUJTION
war d," / Your Silverado Headquarters. Locally Owned & Operated
# CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview.
682-2731


an action to foreclose a UNKNOWNI'
mortgage on the follow- 2004 Chew Imala
in property in ANYAND ALLRUN- IGIZS52854F'20670 Ha p
OALOOSA Coun KNOWN PARTIES C 2120
Florida: County CHI ING BY, The auction will be held Happy Jack Onex:
THROUGH UNDER. at 956 W. James Lee wound dressing repels
LOT 56, WINDSOR AND AGAINST TH1 Blvd, Crestview, Fl flies and kills. watching
FOEST, A 63 LOT HEREIN NAMED IN 32536, Crestview Paint larae Prevents infection
RESIDENTIAL. SUBDI- DIVIDUAL DEFEND- & Body has the right to S r r,. i-
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COUNTY, FLORIDA OTHER CLAIMANTS Wet Nosa, -....
Walrmnaw n, UVVA. Tf


MERCHANDISE
3100- Antiques
3110d- Appliances
3120 -Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
I 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
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


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CLASSIFIED


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


Nfy 1 8 Beautiful 64 acre farm Virginia Mountains 2
...1.4..;11 u o 9 ,-14, ..a with 2500-/+ sqaore foot acres on mountaintop .,


Laurel nill LD, Bpl
bath, stove, fridge, air &
heat. Avail Oct 1. $550
mo+utils 850-652-4155


Rent to Own
Cre- f. ; ... Owner
t,r,ar,.:cd 3 br, 1 ba.
0 ,-..:. (includes taxes
& insurance) with $3000
down. 537-9798




NEW TOaAY

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
5 204 Booker St.
500 2 br, 1 ba
231 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br,.2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
$ V ;.'l Riverchase
1I .1, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No ets
1, 39 Stephens Lane,
1$850, 3 br, 2ba, I1 AC
1 ]524 Lon Needle Ct,
$1100, 3, 2, no pets
4 Commercial
290 Main Street $1500
'All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
p inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
S Call Debra Frost
682-6156


Venice New 1 and 2
bedroom homes from
$900 per month in active
lifestyle community with
waterfront sites, resort
d~menities, on-site activi-
tfes and events.
(866)823-8960.






Female roommate
wanted to share home in
Crestview. $500mo. Call
974-0051






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


'Auburn area3br, 2ba,
large yard. Large trailer.
No smoke/pets. $550
mo. $575dd. 240-0890


-Cestview 2br, 2ba,
.private lot. Close to Hwy
'90 & Antioch. $575/mo.
_I Available now. Call
862-4595 or 217-2750


Crestview Large 3br
to.a do.ublewide, wood
floors. 427 Brookmeade
Dr. $600mo 398-6600


Mobil e Home on 1.91
acres, 3BR/2BA, 960
s.I, fenced yard, small
&l :. $525. mo Prop-
Mrr. Professionals
68''.i j 14


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
"7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Houme/
Property
,7120 Commercial
7130 Condo.7ownhouse
I 7140 Farms & Ranches
't150 Lets and Acreaqe
" 7160 Mobile Homes
, 7170 Walerlront
.'7180 Investment
, 710 Properly
7190 Out-ol-lown
Real Eslale
" 7200 Timeshare


Crestview
1



4br, 3ba, 2500sqft S of
110, Treat view in great
neighborhood, rick
home, 419 Christopher
Drive. $219,000. Call to
see today 259-1327.

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. Drop
dead georgous 3BR/2BA
2502 Sunset Dr. call
1800-you-sell or
850-699-4026

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




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/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system
updated, electronic irri-
gation, large screened
aorch under roof, chain
ink back yard perfect
for ets. $29,000.
Call 950 226-6754


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.
18 parking spots, great
traffic Crestview. ew
carpet, paint profes-
sional building. Call
Dino Sinopoli RE/MAX
Agency 7 One
850-974-7778


FWB Commercial
1035, N. Beal $2600mo
509K, www.owners.com
6WTW3747)
706.483.4773


35+ 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
property tour
866)6966-5263 x4576.
Crestview 5 Lots availa-
ble south of 1-10 starting
at $10,000. up to
$20,000. Call Bill or
Gail Gross @585-5565
for info Building Amer-
ica Realty Service nc.
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
DeFuniak
2 acres
ho, .r. f.ad r l:r
m.r, .:. Eql, b I2 r
Ic. L 1.10 .., Lo... flO-Ior
c.-ir S5 i-/ "'.4 .L'j'


For Rent
Don't miss your opportunity
to live in a
Brand New Touchstone Energy
Efficient Beautiful Quality Built
Single Family Home.
Close to Crestview and Eglin AFB.
Homes include 3 & 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and 1 & 2
car garage, kitchen (with self-cleaning oven, stove,
dishwasher & microwave/hood), patio, central
heat end air, carpeting and ceiling fans.
Come in and sign a 12 month lease
and receive $100 OFF your 1t
month's rent.
Rent starting at $885.00 per month.


. .






Call today

(850) 689-2221
,, Offer expires10/10/08


HUNTERS!
Great land for hunting In
fact, enjoy the bounty
year round Call for the
great land locations,
some with nice homes,
ponds, and lakesI
1 ACRE LOT
in nice subdivision-
away from the hustle and
bustle, yet so convenient..
3 WOODED
ACRES
5 minutes from town.
Will make three 1 acre
homesites or enjoy a
home on all three
COMMERCIAL
3+ acres near hospital.
Seller will divide as small
as half acre.
Mildred C.
Heaton.
Realty, Inc.
850 689-1334
850 582-3806


Lakefront living at its
finest. Homesites availa-
ble nestled in the moun-
tains of NC along 150
miles of shoreline. 30%
discounts for limited time
(800)709-LAKE.


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


7190

*Low $ Down Homes*
Gov't & Bank Repos! Lit-
tle $ Down! Call Nowl
(800)861-5890


executive home located
in Thomas County, GA.
Would make a great
horse farm... 529900.
Call Norris Bishop Realty
@(229)890-1186.

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.lakesiderealty-tn.com.

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-
ketll Call Now
[803)826-6033 (Brokers
Protected).


Steal My Marshfront
Owner sacrificelll Drop
dead gorgeous
Marshfront. Mv neighbor
paid $389,90. I'1 sell
mine for less than the
bank repo's. My six fig-
ure loss is your ain.
$229 900. tall:
(888)306-4734


Tennessee Land Rushl
1+acre to 2acre home-
sites, wood views. Start-
ing at $59,900. Tenn
River & Nick-a-Jack view
tracts now available Re-
tirement guide rates this
area #2 is U.S. places to
retire. Low cost of living,
no impact fee.
330 699- 741 or
866 550-5263, Ask
About Mini Vacationl


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S 26,418,549 M'RP 28,325 $9


08 SUBURBAN Z714X4 08 TAHOE HYBRID
"52,275 $ 5 s" 52,780 $
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near Nsew Kiver State
Park, great fishing, view,
private. $29,500 must
sell, call owner
(866)789-8535






AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
RECREATIONAL
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 ATVIOff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


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(Spinnaker) in good
cond. Need to sell
bought a newer one.
$3500. Very nice. call
537-9611 or 826-2897

Police Impounds for
Salel 95 Honda Accord
5001 93 Acura Legend
50011 For listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext
9271





Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ blk
soft top (619) 204-1406


Chrysler
Family Van
Price reduced Must
make room in garage for
wife's new car. Her
former car is a 2000
Chrysler Town & Country
minivan. Top of the line.
Leather. Chrome wheels.
1 owner (non-smoker).
Garage kept. Only 80
miles. $6995. Call
651-0164 or 699-3444







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


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CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2008


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2008 MUSTANG V6 COUPE
STK# 85130799


STARTING AT $14,990


2008 FOCUS 2DR COUPE
- ..- STK# 8W263830


STARTING AT $12,290


2008 IRONMAN EXPLORER 2008 EDGE FWD SE 2008 F150 4X2 STYLESIDE REG CAB
W/1LEAHER STK# 80B10089 STK# 8BB01785 STK# 8K018194


MSRP $29,035 STARTING AT $23,245 STARTING AT $12,995
SALE PRICE $21,390
TOTAL SAVINGS $7,645


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