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hN" l"ll- &iil ti 50C VOLUME 33 ISSUE 71 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2008

2 Chamber proclamation 0 Church marks 1 IIiJ, Today's Forecast
backs BRAC milestone 87 High 61 Low


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Your kids'favorite author
just published another book
in a popular ongoing series.
With your children clamoring
to indulge in their hero's latest
adventures, you take them to the
library...
... Only to find the librarian
was forced to remove the book
from the shelves because some-
one found the book offensive.
Banned Books Week for
2008 will be observed
beginning today and
lasts through Oct. 4.
Works by some of our na-
tion's most cherished and
respected authors have been
challenged when made avail-
able on our libraries' shelves.
Among them are such giants
of literature as Mark Twain,
Harper Lee, Maya Angelou,
Kurt Vonnegut, Ernest Hem-
ingway and John Steinbeck.
"Free access to information
is a core American value that
should be protected," said
Judith E Krug, director of the
American Library Associa-
tion's Office for Intellectual
Freedom on the organization's
Web site. The ALA is one of
Banned Books Week sponsors.
"Not every book is right
for each reader, but an indi-
vidual's interpretation of a
book should not take away my
right to select reading materi-
als for my family or myself,"
Krug said.
It's a stance shared by the
staff of the Crestview Bob Sikes
Public Library


2007 MOST FREQUENTLY CHALLENGED BOOKS
Compiled by the American Library Association Office for
Intellectual Freedom:
1; "nr Tar-ino L..lakes Three.' b, Justrin Ricrards.r-ri Peter Painell
2) The Chr,,:,:,ate War" b, RobL'r Curnmier
3) "Cl, e ..:,),ean r., Kevin Henrkes
4) "The Golden C.:n-,pr.,a.s." b, Pniip Fullnmar,
5) "The Adven-.ures ocf HLuckIeberr,' Fi nn." ,' IMark Twain
6) "The Color FPurple, b', Alice Walker
7) "TTYL." by Lauren lMlyracle
;. I Know Wr,, the Caged Bird Sing.i." 0, f'.lya .arigelou
9) "It's PFerfectl, r'Jrrnal." b, Robie Harris
10) "Trie Perk.s of Being WVallllcwver,' ,. Steph-iern ChbO.sk
For more information visit the American Library Association's Web
site, www.ala.org.'ala/oif'bannedbooksweek/bannedbooksweek.cim


"We have books for ev-
erybody," said Director Jean
Lewis. "Libraries should have
books for every person who
reads books. We can't choose
books just for one particular
group."
"There are many books in
our library I would read, but
other people might not agree
with my choices," added refer-
ence librarian Sandra Dreaden.
"It's not a good library if
there's not something in here
that wouldn't offend some-
body. We're not doing our jobs
if there wasn't," Dreaden said
with a smile.
Among the books chal-
lenged or banned outright in
some communities are popular
and critically acclaimed fa-
vorites such as J.K. Rowling's
Harry Potter series, Mark
Twain's "Adventures of Huck-
leberry Finn," Harper Lee's "To
Kill a Mockingbird, "The Color
Purple" by Alice Walker, and
Maya Angelou's "I Know Why
the Caged Bird Sings."


Mark Twain consistently
makes the ALA's top ten list of
banned authors. (Last year he
was in third place.)
Even the Bible has not been
immune from challenges.
Dreaden advised parents to
assist their children with their
book selections. Some younger
teens aren't ready to be classi-
fied as young adults, she said,
and should stick to books in
the "youth" section.
"YA, or young adult, mate-
rial is racier than it used to be,"
she cautioned.
Literature, like any other
work of art, is perceived dif-
ferently by each person who
encounters it. The best way to
address a book you find objec-
tionable is not to read it.
"If a person doesn't like a
book, he can choose another
book," said Lewis.
Would you ever be in favor of
banning books from the public li-
brary? Comment on our Web site,
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Srrepare


boiled peanuts


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Boiled peanuts usually
are labeled a "Southern
thing" since they are
grown and traditionally
consumed in the South.
It takes approximately
90 to 100 days to grow
peanuts for boiling. For
best results they should
be boiled when they are
green.
For those of you who
are not from the South,
a green peanut does not
indicate it is green in
color, but simply that it is
freshly harvested.
Green peanuts require
refrigeration in order to
keep them fresh. They
can be frozen green and
boiled later. Boiled pea-
nuts also have a short
shelf life unless refriger-


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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Elwyn King dips up a large spoon of fresh boiled peanuts
at Jon Kelley's Famous Green Peanuts in Milligan.



Local governments


Approve budgets


for 2008-09


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Okaloosa County's
government and the north
half of the county's two
municipal governments
approved budgets for
their 2008-09 fiscal years
in the past week.

City of Crestview
The Crestview City
Council approved the
city's budget for the 2008-
09 fiscal year during a
hearing Wednesday night.
The budget of
$31,429,113 is a decrease
from the 2007-08 fiscal
year. The millage rate re-
mained at 5.8466, the same
as last year.
"The budget will work
this year," said city finance
director Patti Mann. "With


the decrease in revenues,
it was the best way we
could go. We did the best
we could, and I think it's
workable."
The budget includes
funding for three addi-
tional city police officers,
requested by the Crest-
view Police Department to
help the department keep
up with the city's growth.

Okaloosa County
Okaloosa County com-
missioners agreed Tuesday
to lower next year's coun-
ty budget below the staff's
recommended level.
Commissioners voted
unanimously to reduce
the property tax rate and
approved a $304 million
budget for fiscal .2008-

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The Crestview Public Library proudly includes in its stacks some of the many books
that have been removed from other public libraries.



Protecting the right to


Banned Books Week begins today


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LOCAL


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2008


Chamber issues proclamation of support for BRAC


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce on
Thursday issued a procla-
mation in support of the
Base Realignment and
Closure Law and the F-35
Joint Strike Fighter Mis-
sion.
"We felt very strongly
we needed to support the
military and our commu-
nity, and we felt we need-
ed to add our voice to the
mix," said chamber presi-
dent Pat Dingess. "There
has been so much nega-
tive, and we want to stress
the positive as well."
The proclamation in-
cludes a passage stating,
"The noise generated by
the F-35 and all aircraft
using the Eglin complex
is the sound of freedom."
The city of Valparaiso has
sued the Air Force, alleg-
ing previously requested
information about Base
Realignment and Clo-
sure measures have been
withheld. The city has
expressed concerns about
noise the mission will gen-
erate.
"Airplanes make noise,
and if you live by an air-
port, by choice or by job,
it's a fact you have to ac-
cept," said Richbourg
Middle School Principal
Bob Jones, a member of the
chamber's board of direc-
tors. "A lot of us wouldn't
be here if it wasn't for Eg-
lin. Without it, this com-
munity wouldn't be any-
thing at all."




Octoberfest

this weekend

at OSTP

Workers ready carnival
rides for the Crestview
High School Octoberfest
that will be held at the
Old Spanish Trail Park
through Sunday. The
festival includes a flea
market, foods, a carnival,
pony rides and games.
All proceeds benefit
Crestview High School.
Admission is free.


Ann Spann / Crestview News
Bulletin


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce President Pat Dingess (at podium) and the
chamber Board of Directors issued a proclamation of support for BRAC and the F-35
Joint Strike Fighter Mission.


The Niceville Val-
paraiso Chamber of Com-
merce has adopted its
own resolution in support
of the military mission at
Eglin Air Force Base. The
Niceville Valparaiso reso-
lution includes a state-
ment saying the cham-
ber's board of directors is
"committed to working
with Eglin Air Force Base
for resolution of compat-
ibility issues associated
with this mission."

Crestview Chamber
of Commerce
proclamation text
The Crestview Cham-
ber's full proclamation
reads:


"Whereas, Eglin Air
Force Base is a vital com-
ponent of our local econ-
omy; a $1.5 billion annual
economic impact; and
"Whereas, the new
F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
Integrated Joint Train-
ing Site will be based at
Eglin to provide aircrew
and ground crew train-
ing; and
"Whereas, personnel
from the United States Air
Force, the United States
Navy and the United
States Marine Corps will
come to Eglin for training;
and
"Whereas, numerous
international partners
will come to Eglin for this
training as well; and


"Whereas, the F-35 de-
livers joint and, coalition
air power which is essen-
tial to our national secu-
rity strategy; and
"Whereas, the F-35 is a
capability needed to de-
feat 21st Century threats;
and
"Whereas, the noise
generated by the F-35 and
all aircraft using the Eglin
complex is the sound of
freedom; and
"We, the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce,
therefore proclaim our to-
tal support of the new F-35
mission at Eglin Air Force
Base and pledge to do what
is necessary to ensure its
successful bed down and
mission execution."


K of C raises
funds for church,

children's hospital L
Crestview's Knights of
Columbus Council 7968
recently held its annual
spaghetti dinner, which
attracted hundreds of people.
Half the proceeds went to" .'
Sacred Heart Children's .
Hospital in Pensacola. The :. - j
other half was given to the ...
building fund at Our Lady of .
Victory Catholic Church. .

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302 N. Wilson Street
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Say Hi to Judy Bennett, Head Teller at the Main Office of First
National Bank of Crestview. With 24 years of banking experience,
Judy has worked at First National for 8 years. Born and raised in
Montgomery, she is a huge Alabama Fan with her favorite expression
being, "ROLL TIDE." Her son is a Crestview High School senior and
she and her family attend First Baptist Church of Crestview. With
her great personality and smiling face, Judy has the extraordinary
ability to make everyone who comes in the bank feel welcome.
When asked about her job, Judy replied, "I just love working here.
I have the very best coworkers. We treat our customers like friends
and not like account numbers. Our customers really appreciate it
when we call them by name. It adds that extra personal touch."


Main Office
1301 Industrial Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-5111


Southside Office
2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-3111


Today's Weather


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upper 80s and lows in in the upper 80s and the upper 80s and
the low 60s. lows in the low 60s. lows in the mid 60s.




Sunrise: Sunrise: Sunrise:
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Clearwater 88 71 sunny
Crestview 87 61 sunny
Daytona Beach 89 71 sunny
Fort Lauderdale 86 80 t-storm
Fort Myers 91 72 t-storm
Gainesville 89 64 sunny
Hollywood 87 77 t-storm
Jacksonville 88 68 sunny
Key West 84 79 t-storm
Lady Lake 88 67 sunny
Lake City 87 63 sunny
Madison 87 63 sunny
Melbourne 87 73 sunny
Miami 85 79 t-storm
N Smyrna Beach 88 70 sunny

National Cities


Atlanta
Boston
Chicago
Dallas
Denver
Houston
Los Angeles
Miami


58 pt sunny
59 rain
59 mst sunny
62 sunny
52 mst sunny
61 sunny
63 sunny
79 t-storm


Ocala 90
Orlando 89
Panama City 86
Pensacola 85
Plant City 90
Pompano Beach 86
Port Charlotte 89
Saint Augustine 86
Saint Petersburg 87
Sarasota 88
Tallahassee 88
Tampa 89
Titusville 88
Venice 89
W Palm Beach 87


65 sunny
70 sunny
68 sunny
66 sunny
69 mst sunny
77 t-storm
71 pt sunny
67 sunny
76 sunny
71 sunny
63 sunny
71 mst sunny
70 sunny
72 mst sunny
77 t-storm


Minneapolis 71 53 t-storm
New York 69 63 rain
Phoenix 100 75 sunny
San Francisco 77 56 sunny
Seattle 64 48 cloudy
St. Louis 82 63 sunny
Washington, DC 76 66 rain


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RELIGION


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


FROM THE

PULPIT
The Rev. Mark Broadhead


What love has to do with it


The late Bill Bright,
founder of Campus Cru-
sade for Christ, told the
following story from his
own life.
Bright knew two law
partners who used to
hate each other. When
one became a Christian,
he asked Bright, "Now
that I'm a Christian, what
should I do?"
Bright said, "Why not
ask him to forgive you
and tell him you love
him?"
"I could never do
that!" the lawyer replied.
"Because I don't love
him."
That lawyer had put
his finger squarely on one
of the great challenges
of the Christian life. On
the one hand, everybody
wants to be loved. On the
other hand, many people
never experience it. That's


why we need to learn to
love as Christ loves un-
conditionally.
We can't manufacture
that kind of love. It only
comes from God. It's a
love that draws people to
Christ.
Bright prayed with that
attorney. The next morn-
ing, the attorney told his
partner, "I've become a
Christian, and I want to
ask you to forgive me for
all I've done to hurt you,
and to tell you that I love
you.",
The partner was so
surprised and convicted
that he, too, asked for
forgiveness and said, "I
would like to become a
Christian. Would you tell
me how?"
See what love can do?
It helps us to heal the
wounds in our hearts. It
helps us to reconcile with


one another. It helps us
give up our vindictive
desires to hurt another
who has wronged us.
Reconciliation, the
restoring of a friendship,
is an act of love. That act
of love allows walls to be
torn down and divisions
to be healed. This is what
God has done for us in
Jesus Christ.
The Apostle Paul says
in Ephesians 2:14-15:
"For Christ Jesus is our
peace; in his flesh he has
made both groups into
one and has broken down
the dividing wall, that is,
the hostility between us.
He has abolished the law
with its commandments
and ordinances, that he
might create in himself
one new humanity in
place of the two, thus
making peace, and might
reconcile both groups to


God in one body through
the cross, thus putting
to death that hostility
through it."
We are not called in
this life to be estranged
from one another. We are
not called to hold grudges
against one another. We
are not called to seek re-
taliation for anything that
may happen to us.
Instead, we are called
to love our neighbor as
we love ourselves and
to forgive when we are
wronged.
The Apostle Paul said,
"From now on, therefore,
we regard no one from
a human point of view;
even though we once
knew Christ from a hti-
man point of view, we
know him no longer in
that way. So if anyone is
in Christ, there is a new
creation: everything old


has passed away; see, ev-
erything has become new!
All this is from God, who
reconciled us to himself
through Christ, and has
given us the ministry of
reconciliation; [Marker]
that is, in Christ God was
reconciling the world
to himself, not counting
their trespasses against
them, and entrusting the
message of reconciliation
to us." (2 Corinthians
5:16-19)
If you are estranged
from someone in your life
who used to be very im-
portant to you (and you
have read this far into this
column) perhaps now is
the time to pray about of-
fering words and actions
of kindness. Now is the
time to seek reconciliation
for whatever caused the
hard feelings in the first
place. Now is the time to


restore a broken friend-
ship. Re-read the two pas-
sages of scripture above
and then offer a prayer
for strength. After lifting
up your prayer, lift up
the telephone and call the
person with whom you
need to reconcile.
Five simple words will
go a long way: "I'm sorry.
Please forgive me."

The Rev. Mark Broad-
head is pastor at.the Laurel
Hill Presbyterian Church,
8115 Fourth Street, Laurel
Hill (850) 652-2164 and the
First Presbyterian Church
of Crestview, at the intersec-
tion of U.S. Highway 90 and
State Road 85 in the heart of
Crestview (850) 682-2835.
Sunday morning worship is
at 9 a.m. in Laurel Hill and
11 a.m. in Crestview. Web
site: www.firstpresbyterian-
crestview.org.


Locals celebrate denomination's first century


Crestview Church of the Nazarene to join

worldwide 100-year anniversary observances


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

On October 5, the Crest-
view Church of Nazarene
will join its sister churches
in, 151 countries all over
the world as they celebrate
their denomination's 100-
year anniversary.
"Every state and church
in the United States and all
over the world, in all dif-
ferent languages, will cel-
-ebrate," said Pastor Gary
Monk.
The church has been in
Crestview about three years
and has a congregation of
about 50 members.
The church is growing
regionally. Monk said new
churches have been started
in Milton and in DeFuniak
Springs in the last year
and a half. The denomina-
tion is preparing to start a
church in Navarre and also
is working on a church in


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Sandestin.
The Protestant denomi-
nation grew out of the Wes-
leyan Methodist Church
when its founder, Phineas
Bresee, started the. church
in California, Monk ex-
plained.
"And it spread," he said.
"Other denominations
joined it over the first few
years."
The Church of the Naza-
rene has universities and
hospitals all over the world.


Its Nazarene Publishing
House is the world's largest,
Monk said. The denomina-
tion is headquartered at its
brand new Global Ministry
Center in Lenexa, Kan.
For the anniversary ob-
servance, "we're going to
do what they did back in
1908 when they marched
around a tent," Pastor
Monk said. "It's called a
Hallelujah March, but we'll
do ours around our church
building."
Monk said for the de-
nomination's worldwide
celebration on Oct. 5, the
pastors both missionar-
ies or in church will be
preaching the same mes-
sage: "The Church as a
Chosen People."
"And we'll all be doing
a worldwide communion
together," he said.
Attendees are invited to
a celebration luncheon fol-
lowing the 10:45 a.m. wor-


4


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
The Rev. Gary Monk, pastor of the Crestview Church of the Nazarene, and his wife Rita are
excited about their church's participation in the Church of the Nazarene's 100-year celebration.


ship service.
Afterward, the local
Nazarene Youth Interna-
tional student group will
do a "celebration time."
The group will recount the
history of the church, hav-
ing consulted their grand-


parents and older relatives
to learn about the church's
early years.
A Nazarene Mission In-
ternational celebration is
scheduled for 6 p.m.
Pastor Monk and his
wife, Rita, cordially invite


visitors to the Crestview
Church of the Nazarene's
participation in the world-
wide anniversary obser-
vance.
"We're just celebrating
and we want the commu-
nity to, too," Monk said.


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to the News Bulletin by 2 p.m. on
Wednesday.

EVENTS

CHURCH COMMUNITY PICNIC: at
Crestview Seventh-Day Adventist Christian
Church on Oct. 5 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
location is at the corner of Old Bethel Road
and Roberts Road.
Bring your lawn chairs. Food and
beverages will be provided. You may
bring your coolers, but no alcohol please.
Come prepared for fun, games and
fellowship.
HOMECOMING AT WESTSIDE:
Pastor Kolmetz invites everyone to attend
Homecoming Oct. 5, with Sunday School
at 9:45 a.m. and morning worship at
10:30 a.m.. Dinner will be served afterward.


Bring a covered dish and a friend.
MINOR PROPHETS STUDY TIME
CHANGES: Baker United Methodist Church
now has Minor Prophets Study at 10 a.m.
on Sunday and worship at 11 a.m., due to
winter hours.
EPIPHANY HOSTINGTAILGATE SALES:
To raise funds for Epiphany Episcopal
Church's outreach activities, the church
hosts tailgate sales every last Saturday of the
month.
Participants can sell whatever they want
to sell at a cost of $10 per parking space.
Concessions will be available inside.
Call Mary at (850) 665-3437 for details.
The church is located at 424 Garden St. in
Crestview.
VENDORS NEEDED: The Shalimar
United Methodist Church has only a few
vendor booths still available for its Oct. 18
Shalimar Arts & Crafts Holly Fair. All craft
and art items must be handmade, painted or
decorated by the exhibitors.


New this year are outside vendor spaces,
10-by-10 feet, added for the convenience of
those exhibitors needing larger display areas.
Fees are $70 for the larger outside booths
and $60 for the 6-by-10 inside booths.
Prospective exhibitors should contact
Marijo Strauss at (850) 651-5743 or
mstra68337@aol.com for an application or
more information.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

BORN TO WIN: Radio show airs every day
at 12:30 p.m. on WTJT 90.1 FM. Presented by
Northwest Florida Church of God, pastored by
Carl Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The Rite of Christian Ini-
tiation of Adults (RCIA) is designed for those
seeking one or more of the Sacraments of
Initiation; Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucha-
rist. This formation process is the church's
approved method for individuals to become


members of the Catholic community. Sessions
are held at the Eglin Chapel Center Annex from
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. each Wednesday evening. For
more information, please call Susan Huberty
at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE CORRESPONDENCE
COURSE: Airport-Road' Church of Christ is
offering a free Bible correspondence course.
Call 682-4025 for more information. The ra-
dio program airs Monday through Saturday at
5:45 a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELATIONS STUDY: Each
Sunday evening at 5 p.m., the Good Hope
Congregational Church presents the study of
the Book of Revelations. Rev. Tommy Coleman
will be presenting the study and there will be
finger foods to follow every Sunday evening.
Anyone interested may join. Call 537-4307 for
more information.
SQUARE DANCING: The New Bethel
Methodist Church hosts square dancing in the
Fellowship Hall on Thursday nights at 7 p.m.
Come out for fun and good exercise


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First Baptist Church of Niceville
Child Development Center
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729-6915
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Project

presentation

Wednesday

Special to the News Bulletin

A Meth Free Project
presentation will be held
10 a.m. to noon Wednes-
day at the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce.
The presentation, titled
"Meth Destroys: The High
is a Lie," is presented by
Okaloosa County Drug
Prevention and Recovery.
The mission of the Meth
Free Project is, "to free our
nation of the methamphet-
amine epidemic by means
of community action pre-
vention and recovery pro-
grams that transform lives
through Jesus Christ."
The Meth Free Project
is an outreach of Leland
Family Ministries, based
in Bartow.
"We are excited about
working with the Okaloosa
County community," said
Kathi Mathis, executive
assistant for the Meth Free
Project and Leland Family
Ministries.

METH DESTROYS
10 a.m. to noon
Wednesday.

Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce

Learn more at www.meth-
freeproject.com.


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LOCAL


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2008


OBITARY


Dalton C. Head
Mr. Dalton C. Head, age 75, of
Fairhope, Ala., passed away on
Sept. 20,2008.
Mr. Head was a graduate of
Southwestern University in Waxa-
hatchie, Texas. He worked as min-
ister of music in several churches
in Florida. He also worked for The
State Farm Insurance Company in
Winter Haven. In 1968 he joined
Allstate Insurance in St. Petersburg.
He was owner and operator of Sil-
verhill Antiques.
Mr. Head is survived by his
wife, Eloise Head, of Fairhope; three
daughters, Lynne (Larry) Cornwall
of Port Orange, Beverly (James)
Shaffer of Crystal River and Tina


(Greg) Farbolin of Port Orange; one
son, John (Robin) Head of Acworth,
Ga.; one sister, Loetta (Wilson) Bar-
row; nine grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service for Mr.
Head will be held Saturday, Sept.
27 at 2 p.m. from the Nino and Kim
Frego's Farm at 8080 Bishop Road
in Fairhope.
The family asks that in lieu of
flowers or donations, please pass
an act of kindness on to someone in
his memory. Arrangements by Ca-
son Funeral Service, Foley,Ala.
Sign, leave a remembrance or
view the guest book for Mr. Dalton
C. Head online at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


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Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Man arrested
in burglaries
The Crestview Police De-
partment announced the ar-
rest of Bradley Paul Borland,
22, of Crestview, in connec-
tion with a string of recent
business burglaries.
Borland was arrested 8
a.m. Monday at the Days
Inn and charged with three
counts of burglary, two
counts of criminal mischief,
one count of possession of
a controlled substance and
one count of possession of
a new legend drug. He was
found in possession of 1,783
assorted pills, later deter-
mined to be stolen from an
area pharmacy.
According to the depart-
ment release, Borland was
seen on video when rolls
of coins were taken from
Coach 'N' Four restaurant
Aug. 25 an Sept. 21.
When interviewed, Bor-
land told police he commit-
ted the burglaries in an at-
tempt to get money to pay
traffic fines.
Man charged
with fraud
A 32-year-old Crestview
man has been arrested on
felony scheme-to-fraud and
contracting without a license
charges.


Rodney Hansford of
Flamingo Road contracted
with a Crestview resident in
June to install an aluminum
screened-in room at her
Crestview residence.
She allegedly paid Han-
sford $2,100 for materials,
which Hansford assured
her would be delivered by
June 30.
When the materials did
not show up, nor any work
was started on her screened-
in room, the woman tracked
Hansford down to a Mossy
Head address. Hansford
"did not give any indication
when he would be back to
start the screen room or if he
would be back," the arrest
report stated.
When the woman filed a
police report, officers discov-
ered Hansford did not have
a professional construction
license from the Department
of Business and Professional
Regulation.
Crestview Police investi-
gators also discovered "Han-
sford had been involved in
fraud with other victims In
Florida in the past," the re-
port stated.
After the victim filed the
report with the police, Han-
sford ordered materials to
construct the room, but did
not pay for them nor had
them delivered, the report
stated.
Hansford faces an Oct. 21
court date.


'


Ann Sparn / Crestview News Bulletin
Firefighters from the Crestview and North Okaloosa Fire Departments responded to a UPS tandem
trailer truck rollover on Interstate 10 on Thursday.



Wreck snarls traffic in area


Robbyn Brooks
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

One lane of Interstate
10 near mile marker 55
was closed Thursday af-
ternoon while the Depart-
ment of Transportation
worked to repair about
350 feet of guardrail dam-
aged when a UPS tandem
trailer truck overturned


Thursday morning.
John W. Riley, 60,, of
Jackson Miss., was driv-
ing eastbound in the
outside lane when he
swerved and traveled
onto the south shoulder
of the road about 7:30
a.m., according to a Flor-
ida Highway Patrol acci-
dent report.
Riley overcorrected
and crossed the outside


and inside lanes and col-
lided with the guardrail
on the north shoulder of
the interstate, the report
said.
Riley only suffered mi-
nor injuries from the ac-
cident.
Traffic was backed up
at least 12 miles as res-
cue crews worked at the
scene and drivers were
rerouted at the Holt exit,


resulting in increased
traffic in Crestview.
The 2007 Sterling trac-
tor trailer sustained about
$20,000 in damage.
Riley was wearing a
seat belt, according to the
report, and no alcohol was
involved.

See video of the accident
scene at www.crestviewbul-
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Native Americans, who
occupied regions now lo-
cated in the southeastern
United States. Confeder-
ate soldiers with limited
food supplies and cook-
ing capability relied heav-
ily on boiled peanuts as
an important nutritional
source. Salt originally was
added as a preservative
and soon became part of
the desired flavor.
Boiling peanuts is as
much a cultural experi-
ence in the South as it is
a food source. It is associ-
ated with the fall season,


fires on the ground, large
cooking pots, roadside
stands, football games
and social gatherings.
The process is simple
and can be enjoyed by
anyone who likes pea-
nuts.
Begin by placing the
desired amount of clean
peanuts into a large pot
and completely cover
them in water. Bring
to a hard boil, add salt
and reduce the heat to
a low boil. On the aver-
age about three pounds
of fresh green peanuts


should boil for two to
three hours and require
about one cup of salt. It
is important to keep the
peanuts covered in water
as they boil. You may
need to add more water,
depending on the boiling
time.
There are many
variables when boiling
peanuts, depending on
the desired texture and
amount of salt. Cooking
time also varies according
to the maturity and vari-
ety of the peanuts used.
Taste the peanuts to see


if they are soft. If they are
still slightly crunchy, they
are not done yet. If they
are not salty enough the
peanuts can be left in the
salty water after turning
off the heat, but be care-
ful to monitor the time
or they can take on too
much salt. Drain the wa-
ter from the peanuts once
the desired salt flavor is
reached.

Where do you get your
boiled peanuts? Tell us your
favorite spots at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


BUDGETS continued from 1


2009, $9 million lower
than in fiscal 2007-08.
Commissioners cut
the tax rate from 3.3443
mills to 3.2995 mills.
" Reducing the millage
rate will result in the
county receiving about
$745,000 less in tax dol-


lars than it would have
gotten with the staff's,
recommended tax rate.
The county will make
up about $530,000 of that
shortfall 'with better-
than-e\pected savings-
on' insurance policies.
Property taxes account
for 18.5 percent of the
county budget.
District" 1 Commis-
sioner Sherry Camp-
bell said the budget in-
cludes funds earmarked
for multiple projects in
north Okaloosa County,
including:
Another $90,000 for
improvements to the
county courthouse in
Crestview.
Widening and over-
lay of County Road 393
from U.S. Highway 90 to
Poverty Creek Road. .
Widening of Fairch-
ild Road from U.S. High-


wa 0 '0 to the end of the'
current pavement.
Widening and resur-
facing of Mormon Tem-
ple Church Road.
Widening, resur-
facing and improving
the draining on Count)
Road 180 from- State
Road 189 to the Alabama
-state line.
Improvements to the
intersection of P.J. Adams
Parkway and State Road
85 in conjunction with
planned development in
the area.
Campbell said the
road striping budget was
increased from $100,000
to $300,000. She esti-
mates about $130,000 of
the funds will be used
in the north half of the
county.
She said about
$600,000 in new fund-
ing was appropriated


for "cold mix" projects
in the north 'half of the
:county, and $200,000 was
appropriated to resurface
roads in the area,...

City of Laurel Hill
The Laurel Hill City
Council approved the
$635,000 city budget for
the 2008-09 fiscal year
during a hearing Sept. 18
at City Hall.
The budget includes a
4.84 millage rate, down
from 5.0 mils.
The millage rate and
budget passed 3-0. Betty
Williamson asked that
the record also reflect she
would have preferred a
lower millage rate. Gary
Williamson was unable to
attend.
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Crestview News Bulletin I 5


Plans for local Veterans Day Parade announced


Special to the News Bulletin

The Crestview Veterans
Affairs Committee and
the city of Crestview are
proud to announce the
jointly sponsored annual
Veterans Day Parade will
be held Nov. 8. The Com-
mittee and the city invites
and encourages local civic
organizations, religious
organizations, businesses,
and individuals to partici-
pate in this event honor-
ing all military veterans.
This is a perfect oppor-


tunity to show all veterans
you believe in what they
have done and are still do-
ing.
Main Street Crestview
Association will provide
cooperation and coordina-
tion assistance to ensure
the success of another
Veterans Day Parade.
The parade will begin
at 2 p.m. with form-up
starting at 12:30 p.m. in
the vicinity of the First
Assembly of God Church
on South Main Street.
The parade will pro-


ceed north on Main Street
past the Okaloosa County
Courthouse.
Parade participant
registration forms may be
acquired by download-
ing a copy from the city
of Crestview's Web site
(www.cityofcrestview.
org/events), or from the
office of the city of Crest-
view's Administrative
Services Department at
City Hall, or by calling
Fletcher Williams Jr., the
Crestview Veterans Af-
fairs Committee Chair-


person, at 689-1895.
Participant registration
forms should be com-
pleted as soon as possible
and returned by mail to
Administrative Services
Department, 198 N. Wil-
son Street, Crestview,
Florida 32536, or person-
ally delivered to the of-
fice of the Administrative
Services Department at
City Hall, no later than 5
p.m. on Oct. 17.
There is no charge
for participating in this
event. For planning pur-


poses, it is highly pre-
ferred that replies indi-
cating participant inten-
tions be provided no later
than Oct. 17. However,
the Crestview Veterans
Affairs Committee will
accept entrant registra-
tions up to the actual date
of the event.
Any additional cor-
respondence may be di-
rected to: Veterans Day
Parade Committee, c/o
Crestview Administra-
tive Services Department,
198 N. Wilson Street,


Crestview, Florida 32536,
or by email to fletcher.wil-
liams@cox.net.
The Crestview Veterans
Affairs Committee and
the City of Crestview ex-
tends a thank you for your
support, cooperation, and
consideration in this mat-
ter and ask that you please
mark your calendar for
Nov. 8 and make plans to
attend and/or participate
in this year's Veterans
Day Parade honoring our
military veterans ... past,
present, and future.


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports


TODAY

USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Today 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:
Jimmy Smith, 689-2988.
New Beginnings is
an equal opportunity
provider.
CRESTVIEW HIGH
OCTOBERFEST: continues
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.
SPAGHETTI FUND-
RAISER: Crestview's
Knights of Columbus
Council 7968 is hosting
a Charity Fund-Raiser
Spaghetti Dinner today
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.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit
http://choctaw.floridatrail.
org for details on their
upcoming events.
Today at 8 a.m. Hike the
Cimarron Section to Yellow
River. Details 682-6098.


NORTH OKALOOSA

BLOOD DRIVE:
Northwest Florida Blood
Center drive Sunday, Oct.
5 at First United Methodist
Church, Crestview from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. Details: 862-
4216.
MEMBERSHIP TEA:
The GFWC Woman's
Club of Crestview will
host a membership tea
on Sunday at 2 p.m. at
the 150 Woodlawn Drive
clubhouse in Crestview.
An informational
program will be presented
on the club and its
purpose. Refreshments will
be served. Details: Karen
Boisjolie at 682-1416 or Jeri
Jones at 217-5869.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
CPR/AED adult Sept.
29
American Red Cross
training can be scheduled
by calling 1-800-773-7620


or sending an e-mail to
myerscr@usa.redcross.org.
BOOK AND MOVIE
SALE: for the Crestview
library will be held Oct.
3-5.
On Oct. 3 from 5-8 p.m.,
a preview sale will be held
at a charge of $2 for non-
members of the Friends of
the Crestview Library and
free of charge for members.
Saturday and Sunday
hours are from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m.
ACT/SAT
WORKSHOP: The
deadline is Oct. 6 to
register for the workshop
being held Oct. 21, 22,
27 and 28 in Fort Walton
Beach High School's Media:
Center and Oct. 23, 24, 29
and 30 in Niceville High
Schools Media Center.
Students will need
to bring a calculator. All
materials, snacks and
drinks will be furnished.
Details: Mrs. Hart via
e-mail at Amhartl966@
aol.com or (615) 585-2401.
You may also contact your
high school guidance
department.
The ACT test will be
held Oct. 25, and the SAT
test is on Nov. 1.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: are held
the first Tuesday of each
month at 10:30 a.m. in
the library meeting room
on Commerce Drive in
Crestview.
Oct. 7 "Ironies of the
Civil War will be presented
by Dann Willis, author
of the Civil War novel
"Burning Bright."


Nov. 4 "The Making of
the Crazy Horse Memorial
by Dennis Standing Bear
Campos, a descendant of
Crazy Horse.
FALL FESTIVAL
PARTICIPANTS are
wanted for the Main Street
Crestview Association's
Oct. 25 event. Forms may
be picked up at the Main
Street Program Director's
office in the west wing of
City Hall at 198 N. Wilson
Street in Crestview. They
should be completed and
returned no later than 5
p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15.
TOPS YARD SALE:
Friday and Saturday, Oct.
3 and 4, starting at 7 a.m.
at 1200 Valley Road in
Crestview. All proceeds go
to TOPS Chapter #796.
MCCURLEY FAMILY
REUNION: will be held
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
on Oct. 11 at the Baker
Recreation Center on
U.S. Highway 4. Bring
old family pictures and
come enjoy each other's
company.
QUARTER BINGO:
The Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every
Tuesday. The games run
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The
K of C hall is located at
701 James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview. Come join the
fun.
GOLF TOURNAMENT:
The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
is hosting an Oct. 11 golf'
tournament at Heritage
Plantation. Sponsorships
are available for the event.


Four-person teams are
being formed, with one
10-handicap player only
per team. The deadline to
register as a team is Wed.,
Oct. 8, with 27 teams total.
For details, call or visit the
chamber office at 682-3212,
502 S. Main St.
"SOCK HOP" FOR
SENIOR CITIZENS: Staff
members from Emerald
Coast Hospice (131 E.
Redstone Ave, Crestview)
will host a free sock hop
dance for Crestview and
surrounding area senior
citizens at the ROC behind
Central Baptist Church on
Oct. 18 from 2 to 5 p.m.

MISCELLANEOUS
BREAST CANCER
AWARENESS: Dr. Melinda
Graham, obstetrician and
gynecologist, will provide
a free presentation on
Women's Health and
Breast Cancer Awareness
on Wednesday at 10 a.m. in
the Suite 3 Resource Center
conference room at Sacred
Heart Hospital on the
Emerald Coast.
Dr. Graham will
discuss key prevention
topics in women's health,
including focusing on
breast cancer awareness
and early detection. Breast
cancer affects up to one
in eight women in their
lifetime, and there are
numerous things you can
do now to be proactive in
your overall health and
wellness.
VEIN DRAIN: Blood
Drive Saturday, Oct. 4 from


11 a.m. 4:30 p.m. at Santa
Rosa Mall in Mary Esther.
Perks: An American Red
Cross t-shirt, a coupon for
10 percent off of tickets
to the North West Florida
Ballet's production of
"Dracula" and admission
to the Jaycees Haunted
House. Donors' names will
be entered into a regional
drawing for a $1,000 gift
card and a drawing for two
tickets to the North West
Florida Ballet's production
of "Dracula" and a
drawing for two tickets
to the Jaycees Haunted
House.
The performance of
Winthrop Corey's Dracula
will be on Oct. 18 at
7:30 p.m., and.Sunday,
Oct. 19 at 2 p.m. at the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center
at Northwest Florida
State College. Following
the performance will be
Dracula's Bash, an elegant
party catered by Vin'tij,
located on the stage.
Details: (850) 664-7787.
BOATING SEMINARS:
at the University of West
Florida Coombs Campus
on Lovejoy Road irinFort
Walton Beach are:
Oct. 4,7 p.m., Crew
Overboard
Oct. 11, 7 p.m., Radar
Oct. 19, 7 p.m., Onboard
Weather Forecasting
Oct. 25, 7 p.m., Charts
Oct. 4, 7 p.m., four-week
Public Boating Course.
Registration is available
at www.uwf.edu online.
Details: (850) 315-0686 or
(850) 474-2914 or visit the
website www.fwsps.com.


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Crestview News Bulletin 7


Special to the News Bulletin
Brother and sister Juanita Cook Price Cutlip of Baker and Henly
Albert (Joe) Cook of Renick, W.Va., recently celebrated their
shared birthday together for the first time in 58 years.


Siblings celebrate


birthday together for


first time in 58 years


Special to the News Bulletin
Two family members
with the same birthday re-
cently got to celebrate their
special day together for
the first time in 58 years in
Greenbrier County, W.Va.
Juanita Cook Price Cut-
lip of Baker and Henly
Albert (Joe) Cook of Ren-
ick, W.Va., came together
for a celebration Sept. 20.
Both were born on Sept.
22 in different years, but
had not been together on
their shared birthday since
1950.
Juanita and Henly's
mother died in 1940, and
several of the children were
sent to stay with loved ones


in Alabama and Florida.
Juanita moved to Crest-
view when she was 16. Joe
stayed in West Virginia.
They visited often
through the years. Joe
worked in Crestview,
Niceville, Destin and other
area communities when he
was a young boy.
Juanita is married to
Gail, and Joe is married
to Sylvia. A brother, Sam
Cook, lives in Laurel Hill
with his wife, Mary Ann.
Another brother, Richard,
lives in Seminole with his
wife Ruby. A sister, Loucille
Myers, lives in Alabama.
Several children, grand-
children, nieces and neph-
ews also reside in the area.


Amvets hold mystery poker



run for injured compatriot


Special to the News Bulletin
About 70 Amvet Post
35 riders participated in a
mystery poker run Satur-
day in support of fellow
Amvet bikers Bob Meyers
and Toni Grogg, who were
injured in a near-fatal mo-
torcycle crash on May 31.
Meyers, who was par-
alyzed from the waist
down, will benefit from
the proceeds.
"We want to help Bob,"


said fellow rider and
sponsor of the event, Ken
Henninger who also spon-
sors the annual Toys for
Kids run.
"Bob needs all the fi-
nancial help he can get,"
said Pam White, Amvet
wives auxiliary member.
"His medical bills have
been enormous."
Those interested in
helping Meyers can con-
tact any Amvet Post 70
rider.


Special to the News Bulletin
Biker Terri Kamphaus rides out of Amvet parking lot on first leg
of a Mystery Poker run in support of fellow biker Bob Meyers.


Girl Scouts selling nuts and candy


Special to the News Bulletin

Girl Scouts don't just sell cook-
ies!
Girl Scouts throughout north-
west Florida have launched
their fall fundraiser featuring
premium nuts and candy pro-
duced by the Trophy Nut Com-
pany.
This year's varieties include
Chocolate Mint Trefoils in a lim-
ited edition collector's tin; Whole
Cashews; Chocolate Toffee Al-
monds; Natural Pistachios; Pecan
Supremes; Cranberry Trail Mix;
Dulce deLeche; Spicy Cajun Mix;


.Sugar Free Chocolate Toffee Bits,
Peanut Butter Cups and Fruit
Slices.
Vouchers from the publish-
ers of TIME magazine are also
available.
Product prices start at $4.
Deliveries begin on Oct. 27.
Like the Girl Spout Cookie
Sale, the Nut Sale is an important
source of income that helps fund
program activities for girls. Rev-
enue from the sale remains in the
local community.
For more information on Girl
Scouts in your area call (800) 624-
3951.


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Destin Seafood
Festival activities
DESTIN The 30th
Annual Destin Seafood
Festival will take place
at HarborWalk Village,
alongside Destin's harbor,
on Oct. 3-5. In addition to
the wide selection of fresh
seafood, more than 30,000
visitors and locals will
enjoy nationally known
headlining entertainment,
arts and crafts booths,
children's activities, and
more. Visit the Destin Area
Chamber of Commerce to
purchase your 30th An-
nual Destin Seafood Fes-
tival admission passes to-
day. Passes are $5 per day
or $10 for the entire 3-day
festival. For a complete
schedule of events and
detailed festival informa-
tion, please visit www.
DestinSeafoodFestival.org
or contact the Destin Area
Chamber of Commerce at
837-6241. The Chamber is
located at 4484 Legendary
Drive, Suite A, at the en-
trance to Regatta Bay.

Destin Seafood
Festival -
entertainment
DESTIN- Mark Famn-
er, formerly of Grand
Funk Railroad, and the
Commodores will take
center stage during the
Destin Seafood Festi-
val's 30th celebration on
Oct. 3-5, along the Des-
tin harbor. The Commo-
dore's opening act will
be Captain Fantastic, the
premier Elton John Trib-
ute Show complete with
stunning costumes and a
5-foot baby grand piano,
which dazzles with lights,
smoke, and lasers. Local
favorites will also hit the
stage during the event.
Dread Clampitt and
Chuck Lawson will play
on Saturday afternoon
and the Sal Salaz Project


and Jones and Company
will play Sunday.
In addition to the live
entertainment, the Des-
tin Seafood Festival will
offer a wide selection of
fresh seafood and spe-
cialties from some of
the. area's favorite res-
taurants, arts and crafts
booths, children's activi-
ties, and more. For a com-
plete schedule of events,
please visit www.Destin-
SeafoodFestival.org or
contact the Destin Area
Chamber of Commerce
at 837-6241.

Oktoberfest
SANTA ROSA COUN-
TY The community is
invited to come out and en-
joy a day of fun at the Ok-
toberfest Arts and Crafts
Fair on Oct. 2-5 at Milton
Riverwalk. Oktoberfest
will showcase local arts
and crafts, feature carnival
rides, a variety of vendors,
delicious foods and fun
and challenging games for
everyone. Proceeds benefit
United Way of Santa Rosa
County. For more details
and pricing, call Martin
Simmons at 623-9015.

Encounters Festival
NAVARRE Coastal
Encounters Festival will
be on Oct. 4 from 10 a.m.-3
p.m. at Navarre Park 8543
Navarre Parkway. Free
admission. Civic organiza-
tions, agencies, artists, 4-H
clubs and school groups
are invited to provide a
hands-on activity, fund
raise, provide an educa-
tional display or just attend
this fun event. The event
will be at Navarre Park,
8543 Navarre Parkway.
Free admission. For more
formation contact: Debbie
Holland 983-5359, or Chris
Verlinde 623-3868.

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the party of the season on
Sept. 28. A group of area
women decided to host
this party with a two-fold
purpose in mind: that of
bringing all their friends
together for a good time,
while raising funds to as-
sist local gal pal and resi-
dent Donna Johns, who
is battling breast cancer.
The party will feature all
the ingredients for an ex-
citing evening around the
pool with music, food, a
bar, and silent auction.
Party with a Purpose
will be held at Church
Street Village Clubhouse
and Pool in Santa Rosa
Beach, the subdivision
located behind Commu-
nity Church, just off Hwy
98. It starts at 5 p.m. All
are encouraged to BYOB.
Those who wish to make
donations for the silent
auction or who would,
like to send a check can do
so by contacting Tammy
Williams via cell phone
(850) 855-8456 or by snail
mail at 152 Zander Way,
Santa Rosa Beach, Flori-
da, 32459.

Pine Needle Basket
FORT WALTON
BEACH The City of
Fort Walton Beach Heri-
tage Park & Cultural Cen-
ter is offering an arts class
on pine needle basket
weaving on Oct. 4 from 11
a.m.-3 p.m. inside the In-
dian Temple Mound Mu-
seum Lazarus Education
Center. The cost of the one
session four hour course
is $50 per student and
all supplies are included.
Eight person minimum
are required for class with
a maximum of twelve
participants. Advance
registration and payment
by check is required.
Heritage Park & Cultural
Center is at 139 Miracle
Strip Parkway SE. To reg-
ister for class or for ques-
tions please contact Mike
Thomin at 833-9595.


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Davidson's Stephen Frye goes into the end zone for a touchdown during the Panthers'
victory over Lewis Middle School.


Davidson wins; Richbourg falls


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Justin Rebholtz was a force offensively
and defensively for Richbourg, even as
the Roadrunners fell to unbeaten Bruner
36-14 on Thursday.
The Okaloosa County Conference's
other unbeaten team, Davidson, stayed
perfect with a 46-6 win against Lewis.
Rebholtz racked up more than 100
yards in total offense with four carries
for 56 yards and five receptions for 45
yards.
Dalvin Boyd was equally impressive
on offense for Richbourg (1-2) with 15
carries for 42 yards and three catches for
41 yards.
After the Roadrunners trailed 24-0 at


the half, Boyd scored the first Richbourg
touchdown on a 10-yard run in the third
quarter.
Derrick Steele added a fourth quarter
score from 12 yards out and Tate Sweatt
went over for the two-point conversion.
The Steele touchdown was set up by a
38-yard reception by Jonathon Buckelew
Sweatt had an impressive game, hit-
ting 9-of-13'passes for 96 yards.
Richbourg coach Chris Sweatt noted
Danzel Ware played well defensively.
Davidson travels to Bruner on Oct. 2
with first place in the conference on the
line.

Visit our middle school sports online ref-
erence page at http://www.crestviewbulletin.
com/sections/sports.


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Legal # 100403
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
2006-CA-4563-S FILE
NO. F06018664
BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs
KEN W. BRADBURY, et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHED-
ULED FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling Fore-
closure Sale dated Sep-
tember 10, 2008 and en-
tered in Case No.
2006-CA-4563 S of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein BANK
OF AMERICA, N.A., is
the Plaintiff and KEN W.
BRADBURY; MARION M.
BRADBURY; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH i UNDER
AND AdAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHOA RE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI-
SEES GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS;
VANGUARD BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY;
EMERALD TOWERS AS-
SOCIATION, INC,; are
the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00 AM, on- the 10
day of October, 2008,
the following described
property as set forth in
saidFinal Judgment:
UNIT 202, EMERALD


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THEREOF AS RE- A PORTION OF THE ULED FORECLOSURE
CORDED IN CONDO- EAST 600 FEET OF SALE
MINIUM PLAT BOOK WEST 1066.01 FEET
3 PAGES 57 OF THE EAST 2415.5 NOTICE IS HEREBY
THROUGH 77 AND FEET OF THE SOUTH GIVEN pursuant to an
ACCORDING TO THE 1/2 OF SECTION 16 Order Rescheduling Fore-
DECLARATION OF LYING SOUTH OF closure dated Sept. 18,
CONDOMINIUM AS THE RIGHT OF WAY 2008 and entered in
RECORDED IN OR OF U.S. HIGHWAY Case NO.
BOOK 1188 PAGES 98, TOWNSHIP 2 2006-CA-4320-S of the
1342, OF THE PUBLIC SOUTH, RANGE 25 Circuit Court of the FIRST
RECORDS OF WEST ACCORDING Judicial Circuit in and for
0 K A L 0 0 S A TO THE PUBLIC REC- OKALOOSA County,
COUNTY, FLORIDA, ORDS OF Florida wherein COUN-
OKALOOSA COUNTY TRYWIDE HOME
TOGETHER WITH THE FLORIDA, DESCRIBED LOANS, INC is the
UNDIVIDED INTEREST AS FOLLOWS: BE- Plaintiff and MARGO E.
IN THE COMMON EL- GINNING AT THE BOOTH; are the Defend-
EMENTS DECLARED SOUTHWEST COR- ants, I will sell to the
IN THE DECLARA- NER OF AFORESAID highest and best bidder
TION OF CONDO- PARCEL; THENCE for cash at IN FRONT OF
MINIUM TO BE AP- RUN NORTH ALONG CLERK'S FRONT DOOR
P U R T E N A N T THE WEST RIGHT OF OF SHALIMAR ANNEX
THERETO. WAY LINE OF at 11:00AM, on the 20
COUNTY ROAD day of Oct, 2008, the
A/K/A 1044 HIGHWAY 472.5 FEET- THENCE following described prop-
98 EAST #202, DESTIN, RUN WEST A DIS- erty as set forth in said Fi-
FL, 32541 TANCE OF 246 FEET nal Judgment:
FOR A POINT OF BE- LOTS 14 AND 15,
Any person claiming GINNING; THENCE AND THE NORTH 15
an interest in the RUN WEST A DIS- FEET OF LOT 13
surplus from the TANCE OF 108 FEET- BLOCK 50, AND THE
sale, if any other THENCE RUN NORTH EAST 100 FEET OF
than the property A DISTANCE OF 67.5 THE 20 FOOT VA-
owner as the date of FEET- THENCE RUN CATED ALLEY LYING
the Us Pendens must EAST A DISTANCE OF BETWEEN LOTS 15
file a claim within 108 FEET, MORE OR AND 16 BLOCK 50,
sixty (60) days after LESS AND TO A TOWNSITfE OF PORTf
the sale. POINT WHICH IS 246 DIXIE ACCORDING
FEET WEST OF THE TO PLAT THEREOF
WITNESS MY HAND WEST RIGHT OF WAY ON FILE IN PLAT
and the seal of this Court OF SAID COUNTY BOOK 1, PAGES 64,
on September 12, 2008. ROAD; THENCE RUN 65 AND 66 OF THI
SOUTH ALONG A PUBLIC RECORDS OF
Don W. Howard LINE PARALLEL WITH O K A L OOS A
Clerk of the Circuit Court THE WEST TIGHT OF COUNTY, FLORIDA.
By: Viki Jackson WAY OF SAID A/K/A 35 7TH STREET,
Deputy Clerk COUNTY ROAD 67.5 SHALIMAR, FL 32579
FEET MORE OR LESS Any person claiming an
Florida Default Law ANI BACK TO THE interest in the surplus
Group P.L. P.O. Box POINT OF BEGINN- from the sale, if any,
25018 Tampa, Florida ING. ALSO KNOWN other than the pro ert
33622-5018 AS LOT 36 OF AN owner as of the date of
UNRECORDED PLAT. the Lis Pendens must file
IMPORTANT a claim within sixty (60)
In accordance with the A/K/A 30 SNOOKE days after the sale.
Americans with Disabili- ROAD MARY ESTHER, WfTNESS MY HAND
ties Act, persons with dis- FL 32569 and the seal of this Court
abilities needing special on Sept. 22, 2008.
accommodation to partic- Any person claiming
ipate in this proceeding an interest in the Don W. Howard
should contact Court Ad- surplus from the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ministration at 101 James sale, if any, other By: Vicki Jackson
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- than the property Deputy Clerk
view, FL, 32536-3515; owner of the date of
telephone number the Us Pendens must Florida Default Law
(850)689-5000, Exten- file a claim within Group, P.L. P.O. Box
sion 7497, prior to the sixty (60) days after 25018 Tampa, Florida
proceeding. or Shalimar the sale. 33622-5018
F850)651-7497
WITNESS MY HAND IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT and the seal of this Court In accordance with the
In accordance with the on September 17, 2008. Americans with Disabili-
Americans with Disabili- ties Act, persons with dis-
ties Act, persons with dis- Don W. Howard abilities needing special
abilities needing special Clerk of the Circuit Court accommodation to partic-
accommodation to partic- By: Viki Jackson ipate in this proceeding
ipate in this proceeding Deputy Clerk should contact Court Ad-
should contact Court Ad- ministration at 101 James
ministration at 1250 N. Florida Default Law Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, Group P.L. P.O. Box view, FL, 32536-3515;
FL, 32579; telephone 25018 Tampa, Florida telephone number
number (850)651-7497, 33622-5018 (850)689-5000, Exten-
prior to the proceeding. sion 7497, prior to the
IMPORTANT proceeding, or Shalimar
09/20/2008 In accordance with the (850)651-7497
09/27/2008 Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis- IMPORTANT
abilities needing special In accordance with the
accommodation to partic- Americans with Disabili-
Legal #100404 ipate in this proceeding ties Act, persons with dis-
should contact Court Adc- abilities needing special
IN THE CIRCUIT OF ministration at 101 James accommodation to partic-
THE FIRST JUDICIAL Lee Boulevard East, Crest- ipate in this proceeding
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR view, FL, 32536-3515; should contact Court Ad-
OKALOOSA telephone number ministration at 1250 N.
COUNTY, FLORIDA (850)689-5000, Exten- Ealin Parkway, Shalimar,
CIVIL ACTION CASE sion 7497, prior to the FL, 32579; telephone
NO.:'2007-CA-4767 proceeding. or Shalimar number (850)651-7497,
FILE NO. F07035950 (850)651-7497 prior to the proceeding.
WELLS FARGO BANK, IMPORTANT 09/27/2008
NAA In accordance with the 10/04/2008
Plaintiff, Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic- Legal 100408
MICHAEL P. MARTIN, et ipate in this proceeding
all should contact Court Ad- PUBLIC NOTICE
Defendant(s). ministration at 1250 N. NOTICE IS HEREBY
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, NOTICE IS HEREBY
NOTICE OF RESCHED- F, 32579 telephmar GIVEN that a public
ULED FORECLOSURE number (850)651-7497, hearing was held before
SALE prior to the proceedingE the Bcoard of County
SALE prior to the proceeding. Commissioners of Oka-
NOTICE IS HEREBY 09/20/2008 loosa County, Florida on
GIVEN pursuant to an 09/27/2008 September 2, 2008, and
Order Rescheduli __a Resolution was
rider Rescheduli Fore- adopted vacating a por-
tember 15,2008 and en- LEGAL #120093 tioght-of-way locateda-
tered in Case NO. ong the southern en-
2007-CA-4767 of the IN THE CIRCUIT tranc e within the riht-of-
Circuit Court of the FIRST COURT OF THE FIRST trance with for Oxmore rivetof-
Judicial Circuit in and for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Cresview, Florida, said
OKALOOSA County AND FOR property bein more par-
Florida wherein WELL' OKALOOSA ticularly described as fol-
FARGO BANK, NA, is COUNTY FLORIDA lows:
the Plaintiff and Ml- CIVIL ACTION CASE lows
CHAEL P. MARTIN; NO. Commence at the 1 2"
SARAH A. MARTIN are 2006-CA-4320-S FILE on railroad spike, no
the Defendants, I will sell NO: F06017420 D. marking the Southeast
to the highest and best corner of the southwest
bidder for cash at CREST- COUNTR Y WIDE quarter of the southwest
VIEW: SOUTH DOOR HOME LOANS, INC, quarter of said section
OF THE OKALOOSA Plaintiff, 10, township 3 north,
COUNTY COURTHOUSE range 23 west, thence
at 11:00 AM on the 15 vs. ao 00 02'00" W a
day of October, 2008 distance of 530.40
the following described MARGO E. BOOTH, thenceo 5 890 49' 30"
et al, W, a distance of 35.39'


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m.:.r.umreri r..:. 1C' ,, h, d c-, : deri e .'Ile ir,:lkd-
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: o nif.:.rT. . L'r. o: q"|,I Di ...'r I.da-ed
so.,', o', ll',6 rcoid plain claim-, cnr ,,ho,T, a cop/
of Homewood Estates as of this notice is served
recorded in Plat Book must file their claims with
20 Page 49, Public Rec- this Court WITHIN THE
ords of Okaloosa LATER OF THREE
County, Florida; thence MONTHS AFTER THE
go N 000 52' 08" W DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
along said westerly right- LICATION OF THIS NO-
of-way line a distance of TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
60.02' to the point of be- AFTER THE DATE -OF
ginning; thence continue SERVICE OF A COPY OF
S00 52'08" W, a dis- THIS NOTICE 'ON
tance of 47.11' to a %" THEM.
iron rod, no ID., marking All other creditors of the
the southeast corner of decedent and persons
the Vann property as re- having claims or de-
corded in Official Rec- mands against the
ords Book 1718, Page decedent's estate, includ-
524, Public Records of ing unmbtured, c6ntin-
Okaloosa County, Flor- gent or unliquidated
ida; said point also being claims, must file their
on the northerly right-of- claims with this court
way line of Oxmore WITHIN THREE
Drive (right-of-way var- MONTHS AFTER THE
les); thence departing DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
said westerly rifhtf-of-way LICATION OF THIS NO-
line go S 89 49'30" W TICE.
along the southerly line of ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
said Vann Property and FILED WILL BE FOR-
Northerly Right-of-way EVER BARRED. "
line of Oxmore Drive, a Notwithstanding the
distance of 534.95' to a time periods set
1" iron pipe, no ID., forth above, -any
marking the southwest claim filed two-(12)
corner of said Vann Prop- years or more after
erty; thence go N 89 the decedent's date
42'49" W along the of death is barred.
southerly line of Tot 1 The date of the first publi-
Block D of the aforesaid cation of this Notice-,is
Homewood Estates and September 20, 2008 -
northerly right-of-way line
of Oxmore Drive, a dis- Attorney for Personal
tance of 111.68'; thence Representative: SAMUEL
departing said southerly M. PEEK 222 Govern-
line and northerly ment Street, Suite D
right-of-way line, go S Niceville, Florida 32578
70 44' 10" E, a dis- T e I e . -
tance of 96.65'; thence phone:J850)678-1178
go N 890 47'51" E, a Florida Bar No.:329010
distance of 271.48';
thence go S 810 15'22" Personal Representative:
E, a distance of 91.34'; HERBERT and RUTH
thence go S 890 38' 25" ROST Untere Str. 45B,
E, a distance of 194.34' 69151 Neckargemuend,
to the point of beginning, Germany
said parcel of land con-
tains 22,317 square feet, 09/20/2008
(0.51233 acres, more or 09/27/2008
Iess).
JAMES CAMPBELL
Chairman F
09/27/08 I 1--


LEGAL# 120091
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER
08-CP-688 DIVISION
IN RE:- ESTATE OF
CHARLOTTE B. ED-
WARDS
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of CHARLOTTE B.
EDWARDS, deceased,
File Number 08-CP-688,
is pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. DRAWER
1359, CRESTVIEW, FL
32536-1359. The names
and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
f


Found Pit Bull Call
(850) 306-5092 to iden-
tify.

Found: Male mix breed
dog, brown, approx 6
mos. old on 90 W and
Old Bethel Rd, Crestview
on 9/23. 682-5248 :







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




For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi-
huahua puppies. Born
May 4th $150. & up
Cal 850-902-7275 ,


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W Hwy. 90, Crestview
Fall/Winter Sept. 26 Sept. 28, 2008
Join us as at The Kids Mart! Come and purchase
great deals on gently used children's items....Fall/
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Crestview News Bulletin I 11


2100 L_ 3260
Looking for a Registered
To Poodle for Stud. Unbelievable
850-682-8815 Dental
Mini- Schnauzer pups. 2 Benefits
solid white/ rare & 2 Save up to 80% on all
black & silver call Staci dental work only
478-320-179 or ChrisC $14.95-19.95/mo.
478-3200308 or s Also available: health
benefits .. $29.95-
59.95/mo. Please
PROFESSIONAL Call: Ashley Johnson
PET (850) 689-8679
GROOMING
Certified pet groomer
in Crestview accepting
new clients. Call 85 3300
398-3250 for appt. Crestview Elks Lodge
Turkey Shoot begins on
September 20 @ 9:00
am, and each Saturday
Excellent Prizes. Hwy
90E to Fairchild Rd. Fol-
Slow Signs.
Glass sliding doors
w/screen 72X%80 $50.,
Two sizeable sliding
drawers for cabinets
MERCHANDISE $50. Oak desk w/chair
Antiques--s $150. call 689-0419
3100 -Antiques--------
3110- Appliances If you enjoy dining out,
3120- Arts & Grafts why not enhance your ex-
3130- Auctions pernence by relaxing to
3140- Baby Items he live piano sound of
3150- Building Supplies 16 yr old Jordan
3160-Business Colclasure Every Sat, at
3170 Equipment Coach n Four Sfeakhouse
3180 Computers ,Cview, 530pm- 830pm
3190 Electronics pianobyjordan.com
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns J
3250 Good Things to Eat U
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous EMPLOYMENT
3310 Musical Instruments I
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ 4100 Help Wanted
Supplies 4110- Restaurants/Clubs
3330 Restaurant/Hotel 4120 Sales
3340 Sporting Goods 4130 Employment
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) Information


04100


Kenmore Dryer $50. call
_after 5:00 682-0870 NEW T IODAY

New dishwasher & New
elec. stove. call Administrative/Clerical
758-9518.
PT Clerical
.~We are seeking a PT
Clerical employee. Appli-
cant must have basic of-
fc.trina an om


NEW TODAY
Beautiful Steel Build-
'ings Utility Commercial,
Agricultural. Discounted,
Can Erect.
Local Consultant.
'www.sc -grp.com
Sburce#OWA


puter sllls'. Pleas apply
at 755 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536.
Web ID #27828417
Drivers
OTR
CDL "A" Drivers
Top' pay for Hazmat
+ clean MVR
99% No Touch Freight
Solos avg to 3000 mpw
Teams av to 5000 mpw
Real Home Time
nn. 0nn-in0o


3220 Empire Express
Healthcare
NEW TODAY Medical Assistant
- Crestview. Exp not
A Brand Name KinaPil- necessary, computer
lowtop set. New in las- knowled e is VERo es-
"tlic w/warr. $200. Can sential rite Box 11,
'Deliver 850-255-3050 2260view, Ferdon, Crest-
view, 32536
Insurance
NEW TO1AY A Terrific

All Brand New Queen Opportunity!
Pillbwtop Set. In plastic Liberty National Life
w/warrr. $165.Delivery Insurance Company
available 850-255-3050 $100000+ Earning Po-
tentiac, Benefits, Pension,
Beautiful 401 (, BCBS Insurance.
Antique 4 piece Call T'800-257-5500.
Bedroom Suite WANTED: Someone to
Early 20th century, dark Bush hog 3 acres. Previ-
wood with appliqued ously cleared and bush
hand carved wood de- hog.ged. Call Tom
car. double size bed. 683-1305
$1250. Call (205) -
602 1923


NEW TOA Quality Assurance/Safety


Bed A 100% all new Full
size mattress set in plastic
w/warrany. $119.00.
850-255-3050


NEWTODAY

Solid wood bunk bed
without mattresses. Has 5
drawer storage, 3 shelf
bookcase & Built in desk
w drawers. Askinq
$50. OBO caN
423.0302 or 217-8734


3230
Crestivew
Yard Sale
5358 Fairchild Rd off
East Sat. 8-? XEX-
Crafter, Fabric++, Floral,
Wood, Kitchen, Bath,
Bikes, Furniture, Nascar,
Queen Sleep memory
bed, Holiday & stuff
Crestview
Multi Family
Garage Sale
202 Juniper Ct, Saturday
Only 8-1. Directions:
Adara Country Club,
Electronics, Books DVDs,
some furniture and toys
Cresiview
Yard Sale
Sat & Sun 27th 28th
7am ? Lots of baby
items, clothing, furniture,
and others. From hwy 85
N Turn on Auburn Rd,
take first right Old Hick-
ory. At end of Old
hickory, turn left. 3128
Gibbs 6r.




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




Jumbo Green &
boiled peanuts. Holland
-Farms 1-877-675-6876


Mystery
Shoppers
Earn up to $150 per
day. Undercover shop-
Fers needed to judge re-
rail and dining estab-
lishments. Experience not
required. Please call
1-877-664-5368
Web ID #27821849


PETS 73


$500/mo + $5d0 dep.
795 Barrow at.
| 6100 398-2284
Commercial office space Crestview- 4 br 2 ba,
for lease 828 N. Ferdon 1850sf. S. of 1-10. Nice
Blvd. 682-2735 neighborhood. $1100
_____________ mo. 685-7442
For Lease Main Street
location. 201 N. Main
St. Call 682-2735 NfW TODAY
For Lease, Newly Re- Crestview- Brick 3br, 2
modeled Commercial ba on 1 acre Auburn
Space 176-178 S. Indus- area, $700/mo 850
Ha Drive. 682-2735 652-4374


NEW TODAY NEW TODAY


Office in. Crestview
South of 1-10. Call (850)
306-5091

S 6110


NEW TODAY

Crestview 2br 1ba
duplex Larqe fenced yard
$650mo. 2912 B res-
cent Ave. 537-0141


NEW T1DAY


Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
$650/mo + $650 dep.
No petsl Oct 1st 850
398-5757 or 420-1517
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
opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL Call 850
682-556,3 TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Furnished 1 BR for ma-
ture person, no smoking
or pets. Utilities furnished
$550. Call 689-1318




Crestview 305 Purl
Adams, 2 br, 1 1/2ba,
W/D $705/mo + dep.
Avail now 543-4742


NEW TODAY
Crestview- 3 br 2/2
ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart.
Pets ok. $900/mo. Avail
10/15 496-2563




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, pand, 2
acres, $1600. Property
Professionals 683-1714


Crestview Rentals:
SS. Willson 2 homes
$400 & $450
S Spring St 3 br, 1 ba
$550
* Tall Pines 3 br, 1.5 ba
$675
* Edgewood PI 3br, Iba
* Rest Dr 3 br, 2 ba
$900
* Jacob St 4 br, 2 ba
$950
Rick Epperson Realty LLC
850-865-7777

NEW ToDAY


Crestview, 114 Jacob
St. 3br 2ba, 1100sf. Lg.
yard, $875/mo. Per/
smoking ok. 652-2285
Crestview, FL
Beautiful
Crestview
Home For Rent
Great Neighborhood,
close to everything,
large yard 2300 sf un-
furnished 4 BR, 2.5 BA
2 car 9araqe. Call
850-259-1560.
Crestview: S. 1-10, 3BR
2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
dep. Flex lease for mili-
tary. 850-502-9340
Downtown Crestview
(2) 2br, block Window
unit $400/$450 + SD.
Partially furnished.
682-8483 or 865-3421
FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
construction house w/
fenced yard available for
lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
cation to both bases.
Terms negotiable. $1200
mo. Call 850 699-2189
Laurel Hill 2BR, split
bath, stove, fridge, air &
heat. Avail Oct 1. $550
mo+utils 850-652-4155
Rent to Own
Crestview- Owner
financed. 3 br, 1 ba.
$690 mo. (includes taxes
& insurance) with $3000
down. 537-9798 '
Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Booker St.
$500 2 br, 1 ba
S 231 LustanDr, $1000
4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
S391 Riverchase
1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
139 Stephens Lane,
$850 3 br 2ba 1 AC
1524 Long Needle Ct,
$1100, 3, m 2, no pets
+ Commercial
290 Main Street $1500
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


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6100 Bnsiness/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130- Condo/Townhouse
6140- House Rentals
6150- Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


NEW TIrOAY
Crestview Auburn are.
Nice brick 3br, 2ba. No
pets/smoker. Lease
750 mo. 682 8356.
Crestview 3br, Iba,
downtown, screened
porch, biy lot. $550mo.
682-848 3 or 865-3421


NEW TOOAY


Crestview Navarre -
l 2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,,
0WA!AfY VlI rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and
1 separate shower in mas-
4br, 3ba, 2500sqft S of ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
110, great view in great waterfront neighborhood.
neighborhood brick Priced to sell at the re-
home, 419 hristopher 'duced rice of $260K..
Drive. $219,000. Call to Call 850 261-0322, or
see today 259-1327. 685-8048 leave msg.


'08 Dodge CaravanH

Employee Price $24,176
Rebate,- $4,500
Your Price $19,676


(8269
'08 Jeep Wrangler
Employee Price $19,530
Rebate $1,000

Your Price $18,530


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'08 Chrysler 300 <103
Employee Price $28,420
Rebate $2,250

Your Price $26,170


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| 6150
Female roommate
wanted to share home in
Crestview. $500mo. Call
974-0051


6170 |
16x80 M.H.3br./ 2ba
w/ W/D look up,
CH&A, $695 per mo.,
$500 dep. 682-1266


NEW TOIJAY
3BR/2BA on 3122
Auburn Rd. Large yard,
no pets $600. mo &
$600.dd call 546-1960
Auburn area3br, 2ba,
large yard. Large trailer.
No smoke/pets. $550
mo. $575dd. 240-0890
Mobile Home on 1.91
acres, 3BR/2BA, 960
sf., fenced yard, small
pet ok, $525. mo Prop-
erty Professionals
683-1714







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



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


. ".- ------ -- -


Crestview New homes
available in Silver
Springs Estates starting at
$152,900. floor pans
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 lof. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
ink back yard perfect
for ets. $299,000.
Call 50 226-6754





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



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Pre-Foreclosure
Ranchettell Brick 4 br, 2
ba on 2 acres in Baker NCIR
with 8 stall barn. Fire- W --
place. Big kitchen.
198,900 Iron Horse Re- 2 br 2 ba, CH&A, $10K
alty 850 951-2703 3 br, 2 ba, CH&A, $13K
Both in FWB. Must sell by
You to can sell your 9/28/08. 259-2180,
house "As is" for a fair
price on the date of your
choice and move when ,..- .
you are ready 1800 you



7120
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Perfect location RECREATIONAL I
2580sqft 8100 Antique & Collectibles
Onl$1799 8110- Cars
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With six races remaining, place finish left him second.
it looks as though once again Speaking of making histo-
the Craftsman Truck Series ry, should Hornaday's
championship is not even momentum continue, the
close to being locked up. three-time champion has an
Johnny Benson, who fin- opportunity to become the
ished 27th at Las Vegas with series' first back-to-back
a DNF (cut tire leading to a champion.
crash into the wall) doesn't With the Benson-
have any cushion in which to Hornaday battle heating up, a
find comfort. He holds only a watchful eye should be kept
single-point lead over Ron on the three drivers right
Hornaday, the closest behind them.
between first and second After a solid third-place
after 19 races in series histo- finish at Las Vegas, Matt
ry. Crafton hangs on to the third
Benson went into the race spot only 164 out of first.
a 74-point lead over Ron Erik Darnell gave Mike
Hornaday Jr. While the two Skinner a run for his money
swapped the points lead a in his second photo finish of
number of times throughout the 2008 Craftsman Truck
the night, Hornaday's fifth- Series season.,

Tale of two Oz natives


The Nationwide Series
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completely different goals.
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national series title.
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On the

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Driver: Robby Gordon
Owner: Robby Gordon
Points: 2,130
Points out of 34th: 3
Points ahead of 36th: 8
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Dietrich Mateschitz
35 Robby Gordon
36 Rob Kauffman
37 Roger Penske
38 George Gillett, Jr.


spectrum is Jennifer Cobb, a
Kansas City native attempt-
ing to make her third career
Nationwide Series start and
first in 2008. For Cobb, just
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considered a victory.
Cobb has raced before at
the 1.5-mile track located in
her hometown. She has four
ARCA starts with a best fin-
ish of ninth in 2004 and a
16th at the track in 2002. In
her two attempts in a nation-
al series race though, the
results haven't been quite as
impressive -- in fact it's safe
to say they couldn't have
gone worse for Cobb.


Robby Gordon
Driver Points
Scott Riggs 2,195
A.J. Allmendinger 2,133
Robby Gordon 2,130
Michael McDowell 2,122
Sam Hornish, Jr. 2,052
Patrick Carpentier 1,877


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SPORTS


SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, 2008


SCHEDULE
Today
High School Cross
Country
Crestview, JD Mac Invitational
at Jay, 8 a.m.

Monday
Middle School
Volleyball
Pryor at Davidson, 3 p.m.
Richbourg at St. Mary's, 4 p.m.

Tuesday
Freshman Football
Niceville at Crestview, 6 p.m.

High School Volleyball
Crestview at Escambia, (JV) 4
p.m., (V) 5 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Pleasant Home,
Ala., (JV) 4:30 p.m., (V) 5:30
p.m.
Baker at Jay, (JV) 5 p.m., (V)
6 p.m.

Red Cross
Golf Classics
The Northwest Florida
chapter of the American Red
Cross will host two Red Cross
Golf Classics in Okaloosa
County on October 9 and 10,
2008.
The "Short Swing" event on
Oct. 9 will feature three rounds
of miniature golf scramble for
54 four-player teams at The
Track Family Recreation Center
in Destin. Teams can sign up
to start play at 11 a.m., 1 p.m.
or 3 p.m. Top teams will be
awarded. Contests include
raffle drawings and hole-in-one
prizes.
If you want to play on a
new course with your clubs,
the Heritage Plantation Golf &
Country Club in Laurel Hill will
be the site for the "Big Swing"
on Oct. 10. Special events
are planned for spouses while
the golf tournament is being
played.
A live auction will feature
vacation getaways, artwork
and sports memorabilia.
Prizes will be awarded to top
teams. The hole-in-one prize is
a customized golf cart.
Businesses and families
are encouraged to participate.
These fun events will ben-
efit 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
championship 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
Entry deadline is 4 p.m.
Oct. 10.

Memorial
Tournament
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 (former-
ly Okaloosa-Walton College)
in memory of Christian
Thomhave.
There will be six flights in
the tournament with cash
prizes in each flight.
Flights will be determined
according to handicaps and
playing abilities.
Entry fee is $34 for
Foxwood members and $44
for non-members.
Mail entry fee to Foxwood
Country Club, 4927 Antioch
Rd., Crestview, 32536.
For more information call
B.J. Thomhave at 682-2012


or 826-2012.


Great Scotts


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Baker cross country runners Devin Scott (right) and John Scott warm up before a recent practice.


Baker's Devin and John Scott



connected by passion for running


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Devin Scott and John Scott are
related only in their love for run-
ning for the Baker cross country
team.
Devin, a sophomore, is the
more gregarious of the duo. John,
a junior, shares Devin's passion
.for running, but is a bit more re-
served.
"John and Devin Scott are com-
peting for one, two each time,"
Gators coach Sheri Brewer said.
"They are very competitive.
"They get almost to the point
of pushing themselves, too hard
to beat each other."
The Scotts took their own roads
to cross country.
"My mom told me I was good
at the sport, and that's how I got
started last year," John said. "I
like being out there running as
long as I can.
"I really don't feel anything
when I'm out there running. I just
keep running as fast as I can."
John's has a personal-best time
of 18:23 for a 5K race and once
finished second in a meet.
Like John, Devin is in his sec-


ond year of cross country. His
first distance running experience
literally was a Rocky Mountain
high. He ran last year in Colora-
do, where his father was working
at the time.
"The first, two weeks I was up
there I wasn't full acclimated to it
(the high altitude), and I was re-
ally jumping into it," Devin said.
"I did pretty bad considering my
times down here.
"I did like a 21:19 up there (his
best 5K time in this area is 17:32).
I would normally keel over after
I finished and stay on the ground
about an hour."
Devin said the courses in Col-
orado, where the mountainous
landscape comes into play, are
much different from those here in
Northwest Florida. He described
the Colorado courses as hilly
with loose gravel. Some even
have rivers runners negotiate in
their runs.
Devin got his start in track
with the Gators. It only seemed
natural for him to run cross coun-
try as well.
"It's been really fun (running
track and cross country)," he said.
"It gives me something to do after


school and keeps me in shape.
"I guess it's getting better as
my times get better."
John also is a member of both
teams and prefers running the
oval to cross country.
"I'd rather do the track season
more than cross country actu-
ally," he said. "The meets go by
so fast.
"And just coach "0" (David
Oglesby) and the whole coaching
staff and stuff like that."
Like John, Devin prefers track
to cross country.
"I prefer the events more than
cross country, because cross coun-
try is just basically one event,"
Devin said. "When you are in
track you have a variety and you
can choose what you want (to
run).
"I prefer the mile and two-
mile."
Asked about their goals for the
season, Devin was the first to an-
swer.
"I'd like to come in first at least
once this year," he said.
John agreed.
"My goal is the same as
Devin's," he said. "I want to come
in first."


Gators' new coach enjoying season


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Sheri Brew-
er is settling in her new
position as the Baker
cross country coach.
"It's going very well,"
she said. "I've enjoyed
having the opportunity
to see these kids in their
after-school activities
in a personal setting as
opposed to sitting on
the sidelines and just
watching. It's a lot more
enjoyable."
Brewer has been im-
pressed by the way the
team has come together
and the work the ath-
letes put in on and off
the course.
"They have been
working so diligently,"
Brewer said. "They've
come a long way from
where they started. They
are pushing themselves,
both on the course run-
ning and in the class-
room."
The future might be a
few years away for the
Gator girls, but for the
Baker boys the future is
now.
"The girls are ex-


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Baker cross country runners set out for an afternoon practice.


tremely young," Brewer
said.
Sophomore Kathy
Cooper and freshman
London Theissen are the
only high-schoolers
Brewer's roster in-
cludes seven middle-
schoolers, including
sixth-graders Morgan
Lewellan and Haley Ha-
vens and seventh-grad-
er Cheyenne Brannon.
The- middle school
girls are allowed to com-
pete at the varsity level
during regular season


meets. Once the district
meet arrives Cooper and
Theissan will have to
make do themselves to
advance to the regional.
John and Devin Scott,
no relation, are the
leading runners for the
Gator boys. They are
joined by Austin Stan-
ton, P.J. Coggins and
Nick Peters.
"The boys have a lot
more high-schoolers
than we do with the
girls," Brewer said.
"(The boys) came in


third at both of our
meets and were just a
few points out of sec-
ond."
Brewer believes with
a little luck and hard
. work the Gators will get
over the hump and fin-
ish second or even first
at a meet.
Time will tell if she's
right.

Visit our online Baker
cross country page at http://
www.crestviewbulletin.
com/sections/sports.


GOLF TIPS

from the pro


Balance

key on ball

below feet

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

In last week's Golf Tips
from the Pro Heritage
Plantation PGA teaching pro
Jeff Marks
discussed
hitting a shot
when the ball
is above your
T feet. This
week Marks
continues his
discussion on
Jeff hitting vari-
Marks ous lies as he
talks about
hitting the
shot when the ball is t
your feet.
This is a tough shot.
Even for tour pros this one
can be kind of tough.
The key to this shot, as
with the ball above your
feet, is balance. This shot is
tougher than the shot with
the ball above your feet be-
cause it is tougher to keep
your balance.
Think about a bucket
of water. If you throw a
bucket of water down on
the slope, which way will
the water run? It runs with
gravity. That's also how your
ball flight will shape for just
about anybody.
It doesn't matter what
kind of swing plane you
have or what level golfer you
are.
In this case, because
the ball is below my feet,
we can assume the ball will
push out to the right (left for
left-handers) a little bit. So
we need to compensate.
Good balance is critical.
What I want to do, because
gravity is pulling me toward
my toes, I want to dig into
my heels just a little bit
more.
I want to get in a wider
stance so I will have a better
base under me.
Because I have a flat
lie with the ball below me
I'm not going uphill or
downhill I can play the
ball like I normally do. With
my wedge, I play it right in
the middle of my feet.
I'm going to set my feet
just left (ust right for lefties)
of target to make up for the
ball pushing out to the right.
This shot is kind of tough
because of what your bal-
ance does, so you might
want to go up one more
club and swing a little
easier.
Any time you are fighting
your balance you can't get
the club head speed you
normally can when you have
good balance under you.
It's really not a good
thing to feel you are. reach-
ing for the ball. One thing '
we want to feel is good bal-
ance and decent rotation
through the shot meaning
we want to feel the hip joints
working for us so we can
get good direction, good


See GOLF 8


Randy Dickson / News Bulletin
Jeff Marks prepares to hit
a shot with the ball below
his feet. Notice how Marks
has his feet set slightly left
of target to compensate for
the ball pushing to the right
on this type of shot.


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