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IN THIS ISSUE

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2008

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Ann Spann /Crestview News Bulletin
Obama supporters listen to retired Gen. Wesley Clark speak in Crestview on Tuesday.


The campaign



comes to Crestview

Local residents react to Gen. Wesley Clark's appearance


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview got a taste of
2008 presidential campaign
Tuesday morning.
Retired Gen. Wesley Clark,
a former presidential candi-
date, spoke to about 80 Ba-
rack Obama supporters from
the steps of Northwest
Florida State College's local
campus.
"I'm just a military guy up
here giving you the ammuni-
tion," Clark said.
He went on to critique the
current administration's re-
sponses to four crises over the
last eight years the Sept. 11
attacks, the Iraq War, Hurri-
cane Katrina and the current
financial situation and con-
cluded "we need new ideas
and new leadership."
He capped his 20-minute
address by leading a cheer of
"Yes we can!" the rallying
cry of the Obama campaign.
Bill Cox of Crestview hopes
Clark will play a prominent
role in the next administra-
tion if Obama wins the elec-
tion.
"I hope he's going to be our
next Secretary of Defense,"
Cox said. "We need to change
the direction that this coun-'
try's been in the last couple of
years. We need to get back to
basics."
Crestview residents like
Katina Robinson came to pro-
vide backing for the Obama
campaign.
"I'm an Obama support-
er, and I'm here to show my
support," she said. "He's for
change."
Attendees like Samuel Al-
len hoped Clark would clar-
ify some of Obama's stances
on the key issues.
"I want to find out exact-
ly what (Obama) is talking
about," Allen said. "That's
my main reason for coming
out. Even though I'm a sup-
porter, I still want to know


Retired Gen. Wesley Clark shakes hands with Crestview resident
George Stakley after speaking at a rally in support of Barack
Obama.


Crestview residents Samuel Allen and Florence Hayes were
among the Obama supporters that gather to hear retired Gen.
Wesley Clark speak on Tuesday.


what kinds of things he has
to say.
"I want to hear some
straighttalk, what should I
expect from the candidate if
he is elected. That'%. what I
w\rant to hear."
Veterans like George Stak-
ley of Crestvie\\- made up the
maloritv of the audience
"As you can see I'm a vet-
eran," Stakley said, noting his
Army hat, "and I'm interest-
ed in things about veterans.


I want to-hear Gen. Clark's
views how the government
will respond to the current
situation. I want to hear the
truth, and I believe he will
give us the truth."
Kevin Cate of the Obama
campaign explained the ra-
tionale for an Obama rally in
a Republican stronghold.
"No. 1 there, are a lot of
veterans in this area," he said.
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Fulfilling a long-recog-
nized need, Toys For Tots
now has a presence in
Crestview.
The U.S. Marine Corps'
Christmas toy collection
campaign now has local
representation, spearhead-
ed by Crestview resident
Melinda Manchee.
She said the Crestview
office has been approved
by the USMC to collect
and distribute toys in the
Baker, Laurel Hill and Val-
paraiso communities.
"All donations will stay
in our community," Man-
chee assured. "Everything
we raise here stays here."
Manchee said monetary
donations the local Toys
For Tots effort receives
will be spent at local mer-
chants to buy toys for dis-
tribution.
This year's local Toys


Brian Hughes /News Bulletin
Local Toys-For-Tots
organizer Melinda Manchee
announces the formation of
their group to area pastors
during their September
ministerial association
meeting.

For Tots drive begins to-
day and runs through
Christmas Eve.
Manchee encourages
See TOYS A8


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This grey fox was captured by The Ark Wildlife Removal staff
after likely eating a homeowner's cat off John King Road.

Cat-eating fox captured

near Shoal River


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When a Shoal River Cove
resident knew something
was up when her cat didn't
turn up for its supper.
A call to The Ark Wildlife
Removal Service brought
local critter experts Johnny
Vincent and his stepson Jeff
Collinsworth to the home
off John King Road.
The duo quickly identi-
fied the likely culprit as a fox
and set a trap.
Vincent said foxes, well,
outfox the usually alert
cat, which can defend itself
against dogs by the familiar
hissing, puffing up, clawing
and biting.
Foxes are another story.
"The cats don't know
how to fight like that," Vin-
cent said. "Cats are used to
something that will bark and


fight them. A fox will sneak
up on 'em and bite him on
the back of the neck. Then
it's all over for the cat."
Last Friday The Ark's
trap held the likely perpe-
trator of the resident's cat's
demise: a grey fox with or-
ange-tipped fur.
"That fox can kill a cat al-
most twice his size," Vincent
observed. "He liked the first
one so much he wanted one
more to go!"
Instead, the fox earned
a free ride up to the woods
near Laurel Hill, where, with
the landowner's permission,
it was released unharmed.
By Florida law, Vincent
explained, critters must be
released at least 10 miles
from the place where they're
captured and must be ob-
served for 24 hours before
release to make sure they
aren't rabid.


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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin


Real horsepower on U.S. Highway 90

Motorists on U.S. Highway 90 in Crestview on Monday morning shared the road with some real horsepower. A group
of horseback riders touting itself as the "Heckowee Tribe" rode through Crestview en route to the Northwest Florida
Championship Rodeo scheduled to start Thursday in Bonifay. The group stopped at Burger King for a breakfast break
before riding on to its annual appearance at the rodeo.


COMMUNITYBIEF


Special to the News Bulletin

Kiwanis Club
installs officers
The Kiwanis Club of
Crestview, at its annual in-
stallation dinner on Sept.
19, named its officers for
the 2008-09 term.
Ken Frost was passed


the gavel to become presi-
dent. Karen Donaldson
will serve as vice presi-
dent/president elect. Bet-
sy Miller and Malcolm
Haynes will continue in
their roles as secretary and
treasurer, respectively.
The local Kiwanis club
meets weekly on Wednes-
days at noon at Ryan's. All


who are interested in serv-
ing the youths of our com-
munity while having an
enjoyable time are invited
to join Crestview's oldest
civic organization.

Relay For Life
kickoff event set
A Crestview Relay For


Life Team Rally Kick-
off will be held at 6 p.m.
Thursday at Walker El-
ementary.
Attendees are asked
to wear their favorite at-
tire from the 1980s. The
event will include lots of
1980s fun and informa-
tion about the 2009 Relay
For Life.


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Health Dept. announces flu shot program Available from Commercial News Providers


Special to the News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
Health Department will
be hosting Maxim Health
Systems to offer its influ-
enza vaccination program
at the both its Fort Walton
Beach and Crestview lo-
cations during October
and November.
Maxim will offer flu
and pneumonia immu-
nizations to improve the
health of the local clm-
munity.


Maxim provides flu
shots to children age 9 and
older unless restricted by
a state 'regulation or law.
For children younger than
9, parents should contact
their pediatrician or visit
the health department.
Pregnant women can re-
ceive a flu shot without a
physician's order, but will
require one for a pneumo-
nia shot.
Crestview area clinics
will be hosted at 810 James
Lee Blvd. at the dates and


times listed below.
Oct. 9: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Oct. 16: Noon to 4 p.m.
Oct. 23: 9 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Oct. 30: Noon to 4 p.m.
Nov. 6: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Nov. 13: Noon to 3
p.m.
Nov. 27: 1 p.m. to 3
p.m.
Maxim accepts Medi-
care Part B with no co-
pay required. For those
paying out of pocket, the
influenza vaccination is


$30 and the pneumonia
vaccination is $45.
The following primary
insurances will also be
accepted: Aetna, Ameri-
group, AvMed, Blue Cross
Blue Shield of Florida,
Care Plus Health Plans,
Freedom Health, Health-
spring, HIP of NY, Opti-
mum Health, Preferred
Care Partners of Florida,
Quality Health Plans, and
Vytra.
Please bring your in-
surance and I.D. cards.


City of Crestview reports
MICHAEL TRACY LONG SR., 147
Third Ave., Crestview, was charged
with cruelty to animals.
8/29: ROBERT OREN CANNON,
41, of 510 Candlewood. Lane,
was charged with retail theft. JAMES
MELVIN COX, 40, of 3029 Stilwell
Blvd.,, Crestview, was charged with
driving under the influence of alcohol
or drugs and driving while license
suspended or revoked, first offense.
* JAMES MELVIN COX, 40, of 3029
Stilwell Blvd., Crestview, was taken
into custody based on a warrant from
Santa Rosa County.
8/30: CARLOS ESTEBAN MEN-
DEZ RODRIGUEZ, 42, of 441 Race-
track Road, Lot 54, Fort Walton
beach, was charged with driving un-
der the influence, failure to drive in
a single lane and driving a vehicle in
an unsafe condition. JESSICA JADE
PENNINGTON, 24, of 4054 Elmcrest
Drive, Pensacola, was charged with
retail petit theft. RACHEL NI-
COLE DIAZ, 29, of 1447 Cypress St.,
Niceville, was charged with retail pe-
tit theft. EARNEST T. GOODMAN,
23, of 102 Laurel Oak Terrace, Crest-
view, was charged with possession
of less than 20 grams of marijuana.
* TONY PAUL HENDERSON, 3068


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Aplin Road, Crestview, was charged
with disorderly intoxication. *
DUSTIN D. EMERSON, 27,5150 First
Ave., Crestview, was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
9/1: PAUL BLASING, 25, of 104
North Hillside Dr., Oconto Falls, Fla.,
was charged with operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license.
9/2: JOSEPH CORDARYL HEN-
DRIX, 21, of 206 McArthur St., Crest-
view, was charged with sale of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a convenience
business and possession of cocaine
with intent to distribute within 1,000
feet of a convenience business.
9/3: ANDREW MARSHALL MCK-
INNEY, 5442 U.S. Highway 4, Baker,
was charged with driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked, first of-
fense.
9/21: BRADLEY PAUL BORLAND,
22, of 2190 Hagood Loop, Crestview,
was charged with burglary, criminal
mischief possession of a controlled
substance, possession of a new legend
drug and theft. MICHAEL CHRIS-
TOPHER FEIOR, 29, of 4633 Eagle
Way, Crestview, was charged with
three counts each of grand theft and
committing a Florida Communication
Fraud Act.


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An update from Almarante Volunteer Fire
Department Chief Dave Henderson. Alma-
rante's fire department holds a 6/9 ISO rat-
ing.
Several Almarante firefighters took part
in the Northwest Florida Volunteers Fire-
fighter Weekend last month in Niceville and
received valuable hours of training.
The department tentatively has sched-
uled its Open House for Oct. 25 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
The department plans to team up with
the Laurel Hill Fire Department for a safety
presentation at Laurel Hill School in mid-Oc-
tober. This will be the fourth year the depart-
ments have teamed up for the presentation.
The department soon will start selling
raffle tickets from a hand-made cypress porch
glider. Tickets will be $5. The department
hopes to sell 500 tickets. Tickets will be avail-
able from any Almarante firefighter and at
the Laurel Hill Grill. The glider will be on
display at Farm World on State Road 85. The
drawing is scheduled for Dec. 1

"Fire Chief's Report" appears in the News Bul-
letin on Wednesdays and will provide an update
on fire departments in north Okaloosa County.


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... OF CRESTVIEW MEMBER FDIC
'our Hometown Bank Since 1956!


Our newest "Friendly Face" at First National Bank of Crestview is Vice President, Terry
Ford, Mortgage Loan Officer Extraordinaire! Terry, a 21 year banking veteran, also
serves as our Community Reinvestment Act Officer. Under her leadership and expertise,
First National Bank of Crestview received an "Outstanding" rating in CRA by the Federal
Regulators. She is a graduate of the University of Florida, School of Banking.
An expert in consumer credit counseling, Terry also participates in financial education
6f:-c consumers of all ages including affordable housing seminars. Active in the community,
Te rry is a past director and a member of the education committee of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce. She also serves on the Women's Advisory Committee of the North
Okaloosa Medical Center and is Treasurer of the Okaloosa Saves Community Coalition,
deigned to encourage individuals to "build wealth, not debt."
Terry and her husband, Jim, are eagerly anticipating the birth of their first grandchild.
When asked to comment on First National Bank of Crestview, Terry replied, "One thing
that sets us apart from other financial institutions is that we still have one on one contact
with our customers. We know them by name and consider them friends. The very best thing
is the family atmosphere we have with our coworkers and customers."


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


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


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PROGRAMS
Preschoolers and
Caregivers, meet some
marvelous marsupials
at Story Time today or
thursday! Sign-in begins
it 10 a.m. The stories,
ongs and finger plays
bout koalas, kangaroos,
wombats and more begin
at 10:15 a.m. We'll give
you a kangaroo and joey
o make at home! Next
Week, Oct. 8 or 9, join us
for a celebration of our
ovable, smart, curly-
ailed friends and make a
ig! What did the sow say
o the hog? "You're such
a pig!"
Teens ages 12 and
ip, come play Wii with
is from 2 to 4 p.m. on
Fridays.
It's that time again!
Vany people have made
fabulouss donations, and
we are simply overflow-
ng with books! The much
anticipated Friends of the


Library Book Sale opens
Friday from 5 to 8 p.m.!
To get first pickings on
Friday, there is a $2 ad-
mission charge, or it's free
if you join the Friends
of the Library. Go to our
Web site or call to find out
how, or come to the book
sale, and they'll sign you
up in person. The book
sale will continue Satur-
day and Sunday from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. with no ad-
mission charge.
Happy Birthday to
you! What kid doesn't
like to celebrate a birth-
day? So, whether it's your
birthday or not, children
under the age of 3 and
their caregiver are official-
ly invited to Lap Sit on
Tuesday. Sign-in begins at
10 a.m. The stories, songs,
and finger-plays begin at
10:15 a.m.


STAFF PICKS
"Ella Enchanted"
by Gail Carson Levine
(J Fic Lev). Asha Thorn-
ton, one of our student


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2008






it OUT


volunteers, made a list
of two books I must read
and one movie I must
watch. She would claim
it was forever ago. To be
honest, I'm not sure how
long it's been sticking
to my computer moni-
tor (long enough for the
sticky note stickiness to
become ineffec-
tive, so I had to
reinforce it with
tape). The list
is: 1) "What My
Mother Doesn't '
Know" by So-
nya Sones; 2)
"Ella Enchant-
ed" movie;
and 3) "Ella
Enchanted"
by Gail Carson Levine.
(Actually, Asha wrote
"Ella Enchated," but we
can't all be OCD about
spelling. Asha and I
agree books generally
beat movies based on
books every time, so if
we haven't read the book
when a movie comes out,
we watch the movie first
to avoid disappointment.
Then we can enjoy the
movie and the book).
I skipped "What My
Mother Doesn't Know"
because I was looking
for a movie based on a
book to show for a Fam-
ily Library Time, so I
can't recommend it at this


time, nor can I remove
the sticky note from my
monitor. I thoroughly
enjoyed watching "Ella
Enchanted," but the book
was oh so good! It's the
first book I've read in a
long time that I couldn't
put down. I love to sleep,
and not much wins out
when it's time
to sleep, but this
book kept the
light burning!
Disney's version
of Cinderella
paints a picture
of a girl whose
heart is so good
that she cheer-
fully slaves
away in her
own home. Now really, I
don't know anyone with
a heart that good. At least,
I can't identify with her.
Gail Carson Levine paints
a much more realistic
picture. (That's a funny
statement about a fairy
tale with ogres, elves, and
curses). Thanks for the
recommendation, Asha!
I'll have to read "What
My Mother Doesn't
Know" soon!


JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask Jean, Lise, Sandra,
Anna, Marie, Sengdara,
Tracey, Janice, Audrey,


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Web: www.cityofcrest-
view.org/library.htm

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Talents are best nur-
tured in solitude: char-
acter is best formed in
the stormy billows of the
world." Goethe.


Scout accomplishments on display at Crestview library

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display is on the left. A Boy
Scout display to the right. A
Scout Day display is in the
center.
Fact sheets describe the
programs in detail. Local
Cub and Boy Scout units are
shown with their Charter
Organization name and the
schools they usually recruit
from. Boys do not need to at-
tend public school to join.
Scout Day began in Crest-
view last year. Scout Day is
Saturday in the city of Crest-


SA display highlighting the
scouting program from first-
;rade Tiger Cubs through Boy
Scouts, Explorers and Ventur-
ers greets visitors to the Crest-
view library this month.
"We hope that this dis-
:lay will excite our boys and
lelp them join the program,"
wrote Rae Schwartz, Area
3oy Scouts of America Unit
Commissioner. "We also hope
t brings back great memories
or our adults! It might even
pur some to offer their expe-
-ience to our units."
Visitors who walk through
-he library's main entrance
will see three cases full of
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program will not be held, but
Schwartz hopes individual
scout units in the area will
mark the occasion.
"This year we're mark-
ing our tradition of service,"
Schwartz said. "We're en-
couraging everyone to wear
their uniform on Saturday
and do or plan a service event
for the public. We're looking
to see what we can do to help.
That's part of our promise to
help other people, especially
in these times."
Local scouts also will cel-
ebrate the achievements of
Chayne Sparagowski, the
area's newest Eagle Scout.
Sparagowski's Court of Hon-
or will be held Saturday.


This shelf in the Cub Scout case highlights the annual Pinewood Derby.
Boys make their cars and race in their packs, with the winners going on to
the District Derby. Some units also do a Space Derby or Raingutter Regatta.


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Ten Little Indians
Agatha Christie
murder mystery
presented by the
Crestview High School i
Drama Club. Limited
seats available for
pre-show dinner Friday
and Saturday night,
presented in conjunc-
tion with the Culinary
department, served at
6 p.m. in the Bulldog
Caf6. Tickets are $7 for
students and adults;
$5 for children 10 and
under; dinner theatre is
extra. Thursday, Friday
and Saturday at 7:30
p.m.; 2 p.m. Sunday
matinee. Call (850) 689-
7177, x3640 for tickets or
information.

'Out of the Closet'
Art Seminar
The North Okaloosa
Cultural Arts Associa-


tion presents an infor-
mal session Saturday
to encourage local
artists to get out.
their art supplies,
pens and paper,
paint and canvas, or
dancing shoes and ex-
press themselves. Baker
Block Museum, time
TBA, (850) 537-5714,
www.bakerblockmu-
seum.org.


And Then There
Were None
Another Agatha
Christie murder mys-
tery, presented by
Northwest Florida State
College. Performed at
7:30 p.m. in the Sprint
Theater at the Mattie
Kelly Fine and Perform-
ing Arts Center on the
NWFSC Niceville cam-
pus on October 8, 9,
10, and 11. Tickets; $20
for adults and $15 for
youth.


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Family Library Time: Pumpkin Painting
Bring your own pumpkin and wear paint-able
clothes to the Crestview Community Center on
October 21! We're painting pumpkins!
Registration is required for this free event spon-
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Okaloosa County Public Library Cooperative.
Anyone 6 years old and older (including moms,
dads, grandmas, etc.) may pre-register and pick
up a free ticket at the Crestview Public Library..
When you visit the pumpkin patch to pick the
perfect pumpkin, keep in mind it will be wet with
paint when you leave. We recommend small pie
pumpkins because they are cost-effective and eas-
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Painting begins at 7 p.m. in the Meeting Room.
Call 682-4432 with questions.

First Tuesday Lecture
Local author Dann Wallis will present "Iro-
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Lecture at the Robert L. F. Sikes Public Library in
Crestview. Wallis is the author of the historical fic-
tion adventure novel "Burnin' Daylight" set in the
early days of the war's western campaign. A se-
quel in the works is tentatively titled "Up Trail."
The lecture begins at 10:30 a.m. with coffee and
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MILITARY


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2008


Glenn awarded Legion of Merit __


Maj. John Heil
332nd Medical Brigade
public affairs

NASHVILLE, TN -
On a hot, sunny Sept.
13 at the Gaylord Opry-
land Resort, Command
Sgt. Maj. Gary Glenn (Ret)
formally handed over
command of the 332nd
Medical Brigade to Com-
mand Sgt. Maj. Donnie
Montgomery, the same
day Glenn was awarded
the Legion of Merit for
serving his country with
distinction and honor for
more than 30 years.
Glenn lives with his wife
Helena in Crestview and
works for the Okaloosa
County Board of Commis-
sioners as a Supervisor.
Glenn had served as
Command Sergeant Major
of the 332nd Medical Bri-
gade since Feb. 1, 2003.
He earned his associ-
ate's degree from Indiana
University and attended
numerous military schools,
including U. S. Army Re-
cruiters School and the
U.S. Army Sergeant Ma-
jors Academy.
Command Sgt. Maj.
Glenn enlisted in the Army
in May 1978. His many as-
signments included squad
leader, platoon sergeant,
First Sergeant, and Com-
mand Sergeant Major.
Other awards Glenn re-
ceived during his career in-
clude the Meritorious Ser-
vice Medal with two oak
leaf clusters, Army Com-
mendation Medal with
seven oak leaf clusters,
the Army Achievement
Medal with 10 oak leaf


Special to the News Bulletin
At top, Command Sgt. Maj. Gary Glenn (Ret) hands over
the unit saber to Brig. Gen. Margaret Wilmoth, commander
of the 332nd Medical Brigade, who then handed it over
to Command Sgt. Maj. Donnie Montgomery on Sept. 13
in Nashville. Glenn ended his five-plus-year role as the
command sergeant major of the 332nd Medical Brigade
and 30-plus-year career in the U.S. Army. Above, Glenn is
awarded the Legion of Merit by Wilmoth.


clusters, Good Conduct
Medal with fourth clasp,
Army Reserve" Compo-
nents Achievement Medal
with third oak leaf cluster,
National Defense Service
Ribbon with Bronze Star,
Armed Forces Expedition-
ary Medal, Armed Forces
Service Medal, and the
Order of Military Medical


Merit.
Glenn also has been
honored as the Army Sol-
dier of the Year and Eu-
rope Non-commissioned
Officer of the Year.

Congratulate Command
Sgt. .Maj. Gary Glenn by
posting a note at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


Local soldier earns quarter


honors at Qatar camp


Pfc. Chyna Williams (right), from Crestview, was honored as the Area Support
Group Qatar Soldier of the Quarter at Camp As Sayliyah, Qatar, on Sept. 18. "This
was a great experience," said Williams, ASG-QA postal clerk. Since its 2004, the
program has provided a local respite for over 165,000 war fighters. With Williams is
Army Sgt. Wavney Clery, from Brooklyn, N.Y., the Area Support Group Qatar Non-
commissioned Officer of the Quarter


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Zachary Hyatt
Zachary Hyatt of Baker grad-
uated from U.S. Air Force basic
training at Lackland. Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas, on
Aug. 28.
During the six weeks of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organization, and
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate in applied
science degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air Force.
Zachary is the son of Donnell
and Donald Stroheker of Baker.
He has three brothers and two
sisters. He is a graduate of Baker
School.

Samantha L. Robinson
Samantha L. Robinson has
joined the United States Army
under the Delayed Entry Pro-
gram. The program gives young


men and women the opportuni-
ty to delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the new
soldier the option to learn a new
skill, travel and become eligible
to receive as much as $50,000
toward a college education. Af-
ter completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive ad-
vanced individual training in
their career job specialty prior to
being assigned to their first per-
manent duty station.

Mike Snodgrass
Mike Snodgrass has been
promoted to the rank of senior
master sergeant in the U.S. Air
Force.
Snodgrass, a first sergeant
with 23 years of military service,
is assigned to the 436th Airlift
Wing, Dover Air Force Base, Del.
He is the son of Susan and Cal-
vin Coulboum of Crestview.
The sergeant received an as-
sociate's degree in 2000 from
Community College of the Air
Force, Maxwell, Ala. He earned
a bachelor's degree in 2005 from


Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale, Ill.

Katherine V. Guillory
Marine Corps Pfc. Katherine
V Guillory, daughter of Reigh
A. Rupert of Crestview, recently
completed the Administrative
Clerk Course at Personnel Ad-
ministration School, Marine
Corps Combat Service Support
Schools, Camp Lejeune, N.C.
During the eight-week
course, Guillory learned basic
skills and knowledge in person-
nel management and adminis-
tration procedures.
With her newly acquired
knowledge, Guillory is ready
to prepare personnel evalua-
tions and reports, leave autho-
rizations, military identification
cards, and official orders for Ma-
rines changing duty station.
Guillory is a 2005 graduate
of Okaloosa-Walton College Col-
legiate High School of Niceville
and joined the Marine Corps in
March 2008.

Denny T. Prier
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Denny
T. Prier has arrived for duty at
the 343rd Recruiting Squadron,
Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha,
Neb.
Prier is an enlisted accessions
recruiter with 15 years of mili-
tary service.
He is the son of Tom and
Monika Prier of Holt. The ser-
geant is a 1992 graduate of Crest-
view High School.

Timaria D. McKay
Air Force Airman 1st Class
Timaria D. McKay has arrived
for duty at Malmstrom Air Force
Base, Great Falls, Mont.
McKay, a force management
apprentice, is assigned to the
341st Force Support Squadron.
He is the son of Natalie S.
Williams of Laurel Hill and Earl
McKay of Crestview, and a 2007
graduate of Laurel Hill High
School.

Shuwta S. Moore
Air Force Airman 1st Class
Shuwta S. Moore has graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organization, and
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and spe-
cial 'training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate in applied
science degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of Betty
Moore of Laurel Hill.
Moore graduated in 2000
from Laurel Hill School, and
received an associate degree in
2003 from International Acad-
emy of Design in Tampa.

Daniel A. Geer
Air Force Airman Daniel A.
Geer has graduated from basic
military training at Lackland.Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of train-
ing, the airman studied the Air
Force mission, organization, and
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate in applied
science degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Ben Geer of
Crestview. 44


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Happy First Birthday!

Aiden Dutf' (top) re-
cently celebrated his first
birthday. He is the son of
Misha and Peter Duffy of ..
Okaloosa Cournty. ..
Allie Cadenhead (bot- .
tom) recently celebrated
her first birthday. She is .. -,
the daughter of Adam and .
Cristelei of Crestview
Is your child celebrat-
ing his or her first birth- -
day soon? Jill Smith takes
the Crestview' News Bul-
letin's "Happy First Birth-
day!" photos in het siidi..-
at 5669 Reinke Dr., behind
the Crestview library. Pho-
tos will be taken by ap-
pointment between 8:30 '"
and 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays
starting Oct. 7. Please call
826-1819 for an appoint-
ment. A free birthday photo
will be taken for publica-
tion in the Crestview News
Bulletin. Additional photo
packages are available for
purchase. "Happy First
Birthday!" photos are pub- --' '
lished on the first and third
Wednesday of the month.
Photos must be arranged child's first birthday. Call
within one month of the 826-1819 for details.


TOPS helps pave


the way to health


An unprecedented
study of more than 350,000
American adults by the
Centers for Disease Con-
trol (CDC) has revealed
that more Americans than
ever before identify them-
selves as overweight or
obese.
A national health ob-
jective, Healthy People,
administered by the U.S.
Department of Health and
Human Services, aims to
reduce the adult rate of
obesity to no more than 15
percent by the end of 2010.
TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off
Pounds Sensibly) helps
individuals live healthier
lives and contributes to
the success of reducing
obesity and obesity-relat-
ed illnesses.
TOPS actively promotes
a combination of sensible
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maintain their weight-loss
goals.
Sarah Hernandez said
she lost 101 pounds by
incorporating more fruits
and vegetables into her
diet, making time to exer-
cise every day and attend-
ing weekly TOPS chapter
meetings.
"It wasn't easy," Sarah
admitted. "The support
of my chapter helped me
reach my goal and helps
keep me there as well."
To find one of the local
chapters, visit www.tops.
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quarters at (800) 932-8677.


Felgenhauers celebrate 60 years


On Sept. 18, Art and Es-
telle Felgenhauer celebrat-
ed their 60th anniversary.
A celebration was held
on Sept. 20 at the Senior
Activity Center at Spanish
Trail Park for family and
friends. The theme was a
Hawaiian luau, "bluegrass
style." Music was provid-
ed by the "Pickers & Grin-
ners," a bluegrass/gospel
group that performs at the
senior center on Thurs-
day and Friday nights at
6 p.m. Karaoke was also
part of the evening's en-
tertainment, as well as Art
playing his Hawaiian steel
guitar.


Art and Estelle were
married in Prospect
Heights, l., and lived
in the Chicago area until
10 years ago, when they
moved to Crestview.
They have two children,
nine grandchildren and


Wells prepare for 50th anniversary
Mary and
Chuck Wells of
Crestview will
celebrate their -.- -
golden wedding
anniversary Oct. H
15. The couple
was married in
1958 at Our Lady
of Perpetual
Help Church in
Toledo, Ohio.
The couple has a son, Chip Wells, and a daughter,
Cindy Williams. Their grandchildren are Sarah (Matt)
Becky, Rick, Katie and Jodi. They also have a great-
granddaughter, Paige.
The Wells will celebrate at a later time with a trip to
Branson, Mo.


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Opinion & Editorial


Here is a sampling of what people had to say
about recent north Okaloosa County news.top-
ics. Comments were collected from the www.
crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: News Bulletin Reporter Brian
Hughes opposes Amendment 2, an
amendment meant to define marriage as a
union between one man and one woman.
I belie\ e this is more about homosexu-
als trying to gain society's acceptance of
their sinful lifestyles than about trying to
gain any legal benefits a normal marriage
enjoys. Homosexuals are still free to live
as they choose and there is nothing pre-
venting them from co-habitating. How-
ever. the government has no business in
sanctioning a lifestyle the majority of us
find unacceptable and immoral. I have
nothing against homosexuals in general
as individuals... but I am totally opposed
to having my tax dollars being used to
fund something that I find illegitimate
and immoral.

How exactly are vour tax dollars be-
ing used fund something? Last I checked
the parties involved paid for the marriage
license, the sen ice. etc. As for this being
about homosexuals trying to gain accep-
tance, just where did you get that idea
from? I could hale sworn this was about a
relgious coalition formed for the express
purpose of establishing their belief as word
of law by way of the Defense of Marriage
amendment.

Because we, as Christians, don't sup-
port gay marriage does not mean we
cannot find any love in our souls as Mr.
Hughes speculated in his article. As a
Christian I have friends who are gay that
I love very dearly, and they know it. They
also know that I do not agree with what
I consider their "lifestyle" and I do not
agree with gay marriage. They love me
in spite of what they consider my "flaw".
It is possible to be loving, compassionate
and empathetic when there are differences
in beliefs and opinions, and it is possible
to have very meaningful relationships in
spite of them.

I have learned an awful lot about hn-
mosexuality ever, since our nephew told
the family he wa- gay. I chose to open
my heart and my mind and learn more
about why people are gay and why they
are not. My nephew did not choose to be
gay. Why would someone choose some-
thing that is so reviled by those who are
so close-minded? When my nephew finds
a special man I hope he will be able to
form the same lawfully binding union
that my wife and I enjoy without the
hatred and rancor and ignorance I read
in some of these posts. If you choose to
believe gays are not born gay, fine. But
you have no right to try to turn your ig-
norance into state mandate!



Profundity
Brian Hughes

As I travel around western Europe, I'll
share some travel-related Profundities in my
absence.

"I think the epic journey is a part
of our lives... The journey's goal is
to attain a truth, a new knowledge.
But unless it's brought back and
shared, the journey/ isn't complete."

DR. ROBERT BALLARD
(1942- )
Oceanographer and Underwater Archeologist


Guest commentary: Dear Rep. Miller


Peter J. Blome, Secretary
of The Libertarian Party of
Okaloosa County, delivered this
open letter to the office of Rep.
Jeff Miller.

Dear Sir,
I am sure you are aware
the American economy is
in trouble.
It has become sick from
decades of government in-
tervention. It is ill from the
misguided idea that the
government can make an
economy run better than
those who own, work and
invest in it.
This mistake is about to
be done again. You will be
asked to use government
funds to buy $700 billion
in bad investments made
by Wall Street financiers.
You will be asked to make
the American people buy
financial paper that is es-
sentially worthless. Along
with other related debts
recently assumed by the
government, you will be
asked to force a total of
$18,900 in debt on each
and every man, woman
and child in America, at
interest, forever, for some-
thing they had nothing to
do with. You will be asked
to use the threat of im-
prisonment to enforce this
debt.
I am going to ask you,
at the very least, to do
nothing about this bill. My
very best hope is that you
will take the lead to roll
back government subsi-
dies and privileges across
the board. Government
intervention brought us to
this point, and more gov-
ernment intervention will
only make the problem
worse. Our dysfunctional
economy is the result of at
least a century of special
favors given to those who
have influence in Wash-


Asyou well know, a few weeks ago the United States
became as socialist as any Cold War adversary
by nationalizing the mortgage industry to the cost
of $5 trillion dollars. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
became the massive liabilities they are because they
had an implied government backing to their bonds.


ington and the use of an
unsound money system. It
is time that this stop.
The role of government
is not to own companies,
nor to grant favors, but to
protect individual rights.
The government own-
ing companies makes a
mockery of the Constitu-
tion and its rights and pro-
tections.
Government makes the
laws and over time will
favor itself. Government
has access to the Federal
Reserve Bank's money
printing presses, and
hence unlimited funds.
Government uses these
powers every time to the
disadvantage of every
citizen that competes with
it. It is inherently unjust.
America deserves better
from its representatives.
Since March of this year
American citizens have
endured the privately
owned but government
supported Federal Reserve
Bank acting illegally and
forcing the purchase of a
private bank (Bear Stearns)
by another private bank
(JP Morgan) using the
Federal reserve's unique
privilege to print money
to fund the deal. Even ex-
Fed Chairman Paul Volker
euphemistically called this
"stretching the legal enve-
lope."
This summer the Ameri-
can people received a $160
billion "stimulus package"
from the Congress. This
apparently "free" pack-


age was funded by the
private Federal Reserve
Bank printing it and loan-
ing it to the Government at
interest.
In the past six months
the Federal Reserve Bank
has announced $200 billion
in privileged money sales
to banks to pump more
cash into circulation. It
may save banks that have
made bad decisions, but it
also fuels inflation. Retire-
ment accounts, pensions,
fixed investments and fu-
ture payments from Social
Security and Medicare will
all become worth less as a
result.
As you well know, a
few weeks ago the United
States became as socialist
as any Cold War adversary
by nationalizing the mort-
gage industry to the cost of
$5 trillion dollars. Fannie
Mae and Freddie Mac be-
came the massive liabilities
they are because they had
an implied government
backing to their bonds.
They used that to undercut
competition and grow far
larger than they should
have in a truly free mar-
ket. Backing their bonds
and nationalizing these
companies was a betrayal
of American concepts of
liberty and property.
This past month wit-
nessed a complete disre-
gard for any pretense of
legality when the Federal
Reserve and the Treasury
forced a private insurance
company, AIG, to sell an 80


percent controlling interest
in its company to the Trea-
sury of the United States
for $85 billion in instantly !
created dollars. It seems
the government can take
whatever it wants now,
and pay for it with money
created in the blink of an
eye. What if a majority in
Congress decides it wants
what you have, Congress-
man?
A moral hazard has
sprung up where every
company in trouble seeks
a bailout. There is now tallk
of insuring all money mar-]
ket accounts to the tune~-f
$50 billion, and bailing oiut
General Motors and Ford
motor companies for $25
billion each.
Over the years econom-
ic control has been cen-
tered in Washington. Now:
the debts accumulated can'
fatally flaw the U.S. dol-
lar. The resulting inflation
will destroy the average
American. It will reduce
our ability to compete in;.
the world economically
and politically. It threatens,
to destroy the fabric of our'
society.
Make no mistake. Our
government is changing
for the worse its relation-
ship with the American
people, and the role of the
market, contracts, private
property and the Constitu-!
tion in our daily lives.
Don't kill that which
made us great as a nation:
individual rights, free 'm4r-'
kets and limited govern-
ment.
Sincerely,
Peter J. Blome, Secretary'
The Libertarian Party of
Okaloosa County

Editor's Note: Rep. Jeff
Miller voted against the pro-
posed $700 billion Wall Street
bailout/rescue plan.


Ask the Attorney: Landlord-tenant success Ii


Earlier I discussed the
importance of establish-
ing and following good
ground rules in the land-
lord-tenant relationship
to avoid conflict in a re-
lationship that should be
mutually beneficial.
Equally important is
maintaining good com-
munication between land-
lord and tenant, especially
when a conflict does de-
velop.
Not surprisingly, com-
municating effectively
within the landlord-tenant
relationship requires a
working knowledge of the
lease and the law. Lease
provisions often specify
certain communications
between landlord and
tenant that must be made
in writing. Further, Chap-
ter 83, the chapter of the
Florida Statutes covering
most aspects of the land-
lord-tenant relationship,
specifies several situations
where a written notice
is required to preserve a


/ legal right.
In some situ-
ations Chap-
ter 83 even
gives sample
language
that should
be used and
Nathan specifies how
D. Boyles and when
certain com-
munications are to be de-
livered.
For instance, a landlord
is required to give the ten-
ant written notice that the
rent is overdue at least
three business days before
filing a suit for eviction.
Tenants also have a legal
obligation to put certain
communications in writ-
ing, a requirement often
overlooked by tenants
believing a phone call
will suffice. For example,
the tenant must give the
landlord written notice of
a maintenance deficiency
before having a legal right
to act on the landlord's
failure to fix the problem.


Thus, it is important to
know which communica-
tions must be in writing,
any language that should
be included and any spe-
cific instructions for deliv-
ering the communication.
Written communica-
tions are generally prefer-
able, even if the message
being conveyed is not
required to be in writing
by the lease or the law. A
written document leaves
little room for ambiguity,
provides proof the com-
munication was made and
is easily referenced later
in the relationship. Some
may find written com-
munication to be overly
formal or threatening,
but the benefit generally
outweighs the risk. Fur-
ther, the negative impact
of a written communica-
tion can be lessened by
a quick phone call to the
party receiving the com-
munication to advise them
a notice is forthcoming,
informing them of the


contents of the communi.
cation and why it is being
sent in writing.
With a little effort by
both parties, the landlord-
tenant relationship can be
mutually beneficial. Es- .
tablishing a set of ground
rules and becoming famii-
iar with those rules can
help to avoid potential '
conflicts. Practicing good
communication by puttiirg!
important information irn
writing can help to restlye;
a conflict quickly if and:
when one does arise. -

Nathan D. Boyles, At-'. .
torney at Law, practices at.
204 N. Main St.; Crestiieu, j
FL 32536. He can be reached
at 689-8505. His column iz'l
appear on the first lVcdneslnu
of the month. This coluinmis
intended for general educa" '
tional and entertainment p b-!
poses and is not legal advice
Every situation is unique.
If you have a legal issue yoit
should contact a lawyer wii' I
can provide counsel. d,


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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 2008
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WEDNESDAYOCTOBER 1 8


EDUCATION


Crestview News Bulletin IA7


From

An update from Antioch
Elementary Principal Glen-
da Robinson


Recent news
Antioch has imple-
mented a Hands on
Science program with a
"nutty" Professor Pink
who brings science to
life! Her unique ward-
robe, the "hanging"
planets and the constant
hypothesizing, observ-
ing and calculating help
students understand sci-
ence in a new light.
Students have been
studying our great Con-
stitution and the rights,


the Principal's Desk: Antioch Elementary


Glenda
Robinson


privileges
and respon-
sibilities of
being an
American.
Learning
to sing the
Preamble
helped
many Avia-


tors under-
stand the importance of
this document.
At a recent Parent
Writing Night parents
obtained strategies to
assist their children in
becoming better writers.
Emphasis was placed
on being writing role
models and allowing


children to see the im-
portance of written com-
munication in everyday
life.


Upcoming events
Our pre-kinder-
garten, kindergarten,
first-graders and second-
graders will participate
in Read for the Record
on Thursday by reading
the book "Corduroy."
Jumpstart's Read for the
Record is a campaign
designed to bring atten-
tion to the importance
of early education. By
encouraging hundreds
of thousands of children


and adults to read the
same book on the same
day, Jumpstart aims to
break a world record
and to make early edu-
cation a national priority.
Children and adults will
read together at events
nationwide in schools,
libraries, stores, hotels,
playgrounds, offices,
and homes.
Our first grade
Aviators will perform
Johnny Appleseed under
the direction of music
teacher Patti Mitchell on
Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. in our
Multipurpose Room
The Kids Vote, Too
election will be held


Nov. 4 in our Media
Center. Each 'registered'
Aviator will cast their
vote for president. We're
building citizenship,
instilling the importance
of being a part of this
great country and bring-
ing current events to
children.
Kids for America,
a songfest to honor our
military, will be conduct-
ed by music teacher Patti
Mitchell..Grades K-2 will
perform Nov. 7 at 9 a.m.,
and grages 3-5 grades
will perform Nov. 10 at 9
a.m. in the multipurpose
room.
American Education


Week will be celebrated
Nov. 17-21 with special
activities planned for
each day. Spelling Bees
in grades 1-5, Open
House, Scholastic Book
Fair in the Media Center
and a Blood Drive are
opportunities for our
parents and commu-
nity to participate in the
wonderful educational
environment of our 810
Aviators.

"From the Principal's
Desk" appears in the News
Bulletin on Wednesdays and
will provide an update on
news from schools in north
Okaloosa County.


NWFSTATE I COLLEGEGRADUAT


Northwest Florida State
College recently announced
the Summer Term 2008
graduates.
A total of 521 individuals
graduated from the college
for the summer semester
that ended in August.

Highest Honors
'Students earning Highest
Honors, a grade point
average of 4.0, include:
Certificate.
Crestview: Jason L. Oliver,
Madeline Maria-Fernanda Perry

Applied Technology
Diploma
Crestview: Deborah Kesler

Educator Preparation
Institute
Crestview: Connie Sue
Miller

High Honors
Students earning High
'Honors, a grade pointaverage.
of 3.8 to 3.99, include:
Associate of Arts Degree
Crestview: Yvonne Marie
Corrie, Karen Elizabeth Rogers

Associate of Applied
Science Degree
Crestview: Leslie Leanne
Beaman

Educator Preparation
Institute
Crestview: Rachel Elizabeth


Campbell Baker, Donald R.
Gleason, Jennifer Walker

Honors
Students earning Honors,
a grade point average of 3.5
to 3.79, include:
Associate of Arts Degree
Baker: Amy Elizabeth
Hession
Crestview: Victoria Bartos,
Christopher E. Denham, Cara
Nichole Hulion, Shawn Richard
Kelly, Harry F. Paulus, Mary
Salmond

Associate of Applied
Science Degree
Crestview: Abigail Kinsey,
Rosetta Mae Klemkosky

Certificates
Baker: Mary Valtina Yedo
Crestview: Larry E. Crabtree,
Rachel L. Hilton, Reba Martin,
Bryan S. Miller, Skylar Nitesh,
Rachel Rothe, Aritha Kastein
Watson, Jerod Robert Wilson

Applied Technology
Diploma
Crestview: Sarah J. Adams

Educator Preparation
Institute
Crestview: Myra Haley Mann
Kirby

Degrees and
Certificates
Students who completed
the requirements for degrees
and certificates include:


Bachelor of Applied
Science Degree
Baker: Daniel Alan Batson
Crestview: Christy Harbottle,
Felecia M. Jarriel, Nora Maria
Jessen, Antonio Union

Associate Of Arts Degree
Baker: Dustin Ray Ball,
Katie L. Barnhill, Weylin
Ceferino Felicilda, Marcell
Young
Crestview: Amy Nicole
Anderson, Jessalynn Borja,
Jenica Renee Brunson, Angela
Lauralee Cannon, Jennifer
Christine Carrasquillo, John
David Cassady, Matthew Ryan
Cawthon, La'terica Shonte
* Clark, Torri Lynn Yoshiko
Coleman, Diana Maria Conner,
Rory Angus Dale, Lisa. Michele
Day, Sarah Jeanette Dunn,
Patricia Ann English, Christine
Faith Gowan, Marina Hobson,
Nicole Hunt, Erica V. Jarrard,
'Kimberly Jones, Alissa Nicole
Kahler, Melissa May King,
Erin Lindsay Maijub, Miriam
Serall McGriff, Kelvin James
McLaughlin, Terry Miles,
Michael Tyrone Miller, Kaila
Marie Muriera, Chris Newell Jr.,
Tabitha Paschal, Tyler Renner,
Amanda Michelle Richards,
Perscilla Love Ritenour, Alma
Roberts, Janice Roberts,
Tina D. Rushing, Steve Seals
II, Justin Stephens, Dalvin
Anthony Williams Jr.
Holt: Donna Chance
Laurel Hill: Joshua Edward
Bowness, William Bundrick,
Kelsie Reeves, Winston
Monroe Tillman


Associate of App
Science Degre
Crestview: Nina R.
Jessalynn Borja, Sid
Bright, David R. Debolt
Orlando Gutierrez,
Hobson, Nora Maria
Michael Craig Lemley,
J. Moore II, Antonio
Jerod Robert Wilson
Holt: Michael A. Zie

Associate of Scier
Degree
Crestview: Sean
Jason L. Oliver

Certificate
Baker: Lindsay R. D
Dennis Andrew C
Rachael Joyce Kil
Crystal Nicole Nichols
Crestview: Nina R.
Maria Hokulani Brown,
Brown, Jeffery A. Cain
Chavez, Joshua L.
Lindsay Leigh Da
Joseph Gennaro, Ch
J. Goleta, Jasmine F
Stacy Lynne Lipscomb
St. Pierre Massey, Bc
Moore II, Erich Nickless
K. Pratt, Jared Charles
Michael A. Vinzant,
Wright
Holt: David T. Pilkilt
Laurel Hill: Jessica
Douglas

Educator Prepara
Institute
Crestview: Cryst
Scott


lied
e
Ailster,
ney M


NWF State College recognizes

paramedic graduates

Special to the News Bulletin


S oergio Northwest Florida State College recently recognized
Marina
Jessen, the 2008 class of students who successfully complet-
Bobby ed the college's Paramedic vocational certificate pro-
Union, gram at the end of Summer term.
Paramedic Certificate graduates from North Oka-
rden loosa County are:
Baker: Matthew Baxley
Crestview: Christopher Clark, Joshua L. Conley,
Griffith, Jason L. Oliver.
Barry Reed, EMT/Paramedic/EMS program man-
ager, said the graduates are eligible to sit for the
Florida Paramedic certification exam and the Na-
)uncan, tional Registry examination.
gamble, A
Increase All graduates successfully completed a rigor-
ous 1,206 hours of classroom time and 676 hours
Ailster, of clinical training on ambulances and in
Donald hospitals.
SAdam Graduates are now certified in Advanced Cardiac
Conley
augette: Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Sup-
iadwick port (PALS), Acute Coronary Care Syndrome (ACS),
R. Hall, Advanced Stroke Life Support (ASLS) and Interna-
, Carol tional Trauma Life Support (ITLS).
s, David New students may begin the paramedic
3Smith, program each August, but applications for admis-
Paris sion to the program are accepted on a year-round
basis. For information contact 729-4924 or see the
Nicole program's Web page at www.nwfstatecollege.edu/
Paramedic.
All the college's health related programs of study,
ition including Nursing, Dental Assisting, Radiography,
EMT and Paramedic will hold an information ses-
tal C. sion and open house for prospective students on Oct.
14 at 5:30 p.m. at the college's Niceville campus in
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2008


Fire destroys Crestview home

", 1 ----Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW An early morning fire Monday de-
stroyed a home on Cavalier Drive.
Firefighters responded to a home that was totally en-
gulfed in flames at 3:23 a.m. Monday.
The residence, owned by Henry C. Price, was a to-
tal loss, but firefighters were able to save an adjoining
building and workshop on the property. The Cavalier
Drive residence is located at the intersection of Register
Lane, about one block north of U.S. Highway 90.
The North Okaloosa Fire Department responded to
the call, aided by the Crestview and Dorcas Fire Depart-
ments.
There was an estimated $125,000 in property dam-
age.
The cause of the fire is currently under investigation
by the State Fire Marshal's office. Investigators from the
Pensacola and Panama City offices were on scene late
Monday morning, along with a K-9 trained to detect
flammable liquids.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Detective Tommy Barron and his K-9 Amy from the Bureau
of Fire & Arson Investigations office in Panama City were
called to investigate the cause of the early morning house
fire on Cavalier Drive.


CAMPAIG N continued from Al


"We. need to make sure
we're talking to veterans
about the issues they care
about. We believe Sen.
Obama's message is loud
and clear. He has been
behind them throughout
his career and will stand
behind them as the next
commander in chief.
"What is important
about this campaign is
fact we are not limiting
ourselves to traditional
blue areas. This is not a
blue-red campaign. This
is a campaign for change.
Sen. Obaba's message is


resonating in areas like
Crestview. On this par-
ticular tour we're going
to highlight the rural and
military issues that come
before our residents every
day. It's important that
folks like Wesley Clark
come out here because
it brings the community
together to hear the mes-
sage."


See video of Gen. Wesley
Clark's comments at North-
west Florida State College's
Crestview facility online at Ann Spann ICrestview News Bulletin
www.crestviewbulletin.com. Retired Gen. Wesley Clark spoke in support of Democratic
presidential nominee Barack Obama on Tuesday.


TOYS continued from Al


businesses and churches
to set up collection boxes
to receive new, unopened
toys, or to collect mone-
tary donations organizers
will use to purchase toys.
The News Bulletin is a
collection point. You may
bring new, unwrapped
toys to our offices, 295 W.
James Lee Blvd.
The local Toys For Tots
group seeks volunteers
to help run fundraisers,
gather donations, and dis-
tribute toys at Christmas.
"Hopefully we'll have
a lot of donations, so we'll
need a lot of volunteers,"
Manchee smiled.
Local organizers request
clergy to refer members of
their congregations who
may benefit from Toys For
Tots contributions.
"A lot of families could
use the help but aren't
enrolled with us, or some
don't like to ask for help,"


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* Campaign organized atdcay ,over almost 500 cornrnrni-
ties in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia
* Between r1947 and 2003. Marines distributed .?313 mllin
tos to 151 million need', children
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For information about vol-
unteering, donating toys,
setting up a collection-box,
or enrolling a family, con-
tact Melinda Manchee at
(850) 902-7351 or e-mail
Melinda.rnanc hee@'yaroo.
-corn The annual Tcys-For-
otrs drive begins today arid
Scontirues -,thougrih Dec.
4. Bring newv. unwrapped
gils to any local collec-
tion point, including the
Crestview Bulletin's office,
295 W. James Lee Blvd.


Manchee said.
She requested that
people referring families
for 'toy distributions pro-
vide the age and sex of the
child.
"We don't want to give
a little boy a Cabbage
Patch doll," Manchee said,
hastening to add, "unless
he wants one, of course."


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B3 Fridayfootball B4 Commun0ity B5 Local company WEDNESDAY,
boxscores sports photos makes donation OCTOBER 1,2008


SCHEDULE
Today
Middle School
Volleyball
Davidson at St. Mary's, 3 p.m.
Bruner at Richbourg, 3:30 p.m.

Middle School Cross
Country
Davidson, Liza Jackson at
Lewis, 3 p.m.
Richbourg, Meigs at St.
Mary's, 3 p.m.

Thursday
Boys High School Golf
Crestview, Rutherford at
Walton, 3 p.m.

Girls High School Golf
Crestview host at Heritage
Plantation, 3 p.m.

Junior Varsity Football
Niceville at Crestview, 4 p.m.
Baker at Northview, 6 p.m.

High School Volleyball
Pine Forest at Crestview, JV 4
p.m. V 5 p.m.
Baker at Vernon, JV 5 p.m.,
V6 p.m.
Quincy Monroe at Laurel Hill
Varsity DH, 3:30 p.m,, 5:30
p.m.

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

Middle School Boys
Basketball
Pensacola Christian at Baker,
5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m.

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.

Hacker's Holiday
Golf Tournament
The Crestview Chamber
of Commerce will host its
Annual Hacker's Holiday Golf
Tournament on Oct. 11 at
Heritage Plantation Country
Club. .
The tournament is spon-
sored by the North Okaloosa
Medical Center.
The event is open to the
public at a cost of $75 per
player or through team spon-
sorships which are available
for $400 or $500.
If you would like to play or
help sponsor the tournament
you can get an application by
going to www.crestviewcham-
ber.com or call 682-3212.

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.


Unsung HEROES



Appelberg's effort impresses Crestivew coaches


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

In a world of unsung
heroes Crestview defen-
sive lineman Josh Appel-
berg might just be on the
top of the list.
Standing 5-foot-8 and
weighing 175 pounds, Ap-
pelberg isn't the prototypi-
cal nose guard even at
the high school level. As
a backup player his action
often is limited to a hand-
ful of plays a game when a
starter needs a break.
Don't think for a second
think Appelberg isn't ap-
preciated by his coaches
and teammates.
"I haven't ever known
him to miss a practice,"
Bulldog defensive coordi-
nator Keith White said. "I
haven't ever known him to
miss a rep.
"I've never known him
to talk about anything that
would hurt someone else.
He's always positive. He
always tries to encourage
other kids. And he always
gives maximum effort."
Bulldogs head coach
Matt Brunson, whose team
is 2-2 with a bye this week,
also appreciates Appel-
berg's effort.
"Josh Appelberg is a kid
that gives great effort every
day," he said. "Maybe he


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's coaches praise the efforts of senior
defensive lineman Josh Appelberg.


doesn't get rewarded with
as much playing time as he
would like, but he always
has a positive attitude and
never a negative word.
."He does nothing but
pick up and encourage his


teammates."
Crestview middle line-
backer Gabe Goodson gets
an up-dose look at Appel-
berg's effort.
"He's a hard worker
and a good guy," Goodson


said. "He works real hard
in the weight room. He
doesn't get a lot of play-
- ing time, but he still comes
to practice every day and
practices real hard. '
"He reminds me that
even though I'm starting.
right now that he could
take my spot. He could
take anyone's spot, and it
just makes me work hard
to make sure I keep my
spot on the field."
White put Appelberg's
value to the team in a
proper perspective.
"He doesn't get a lot
of snaps in the game, but
he understands that with-
out him at practice giving
the offense a great look
the offense is not going to
be very good on Friday
night," White said.
"If he's in the game
he's always running to the
football you'll know
that's him because he's al-
ways sprinting to the foot-
ball. He doesn't give up
on a play until the whistle
blows or a coach calls him
off."
Appelberg was encour-
aged to play football by
CHS freshman coach Jay
Sanders when he was in
middle school.
Once he got on the field

See CRESTVIEW B2


Hooper earned prominent role in Gator lineup


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER To para-
phrase an old cliche,
when talking about Baker'
football player Dakota
Hooper, it's not the size
of the Gator in the fight,
but the size of the fight in
the Gator. .
Standing around
5-foot-8 and weighing in
the neighborhood of 160
pounds, Hooper hardly
strikes fear into the oppo-
sition physically. Yet with
37 tackles in four games
he's among the defensive
leaders for the 3-1 Ga-
tors.
"You're not big enough
and you're not strong
enough to be on the field,
but now you are and
you're an integral part
of the team," a beaming
Baker coach Bob Kellogg
told Hooper. "You're the
guy."
Hooper handled the
praise in humble fashion.
"It makes me feel
good," he said. "I feel like
he has trust in me even
though I'm not the big-
gest player, I can still get
the job done."
Hooper battles a size


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Dakota Hooper does a little bit of everything for the
Baker football team.


disadvantage, and he also
serves as an inspiration


by not letting diabetes
keep him from the game


he loves.
"I have to check my
sugar all the time and
watch what I eat," he
said, "but it doesn't con-
trol me. I control it.
"It has given me a lot
more responsibility and
forces me to keep my
head right."
Kellogg looks at Hoop-
er as the epitome of what
. a high school player
should be.
"Dakota is what high
school. football is all
about," he said. "It's
about kids that want to
overachieve and make a
commitment to a team
and are dedicated.
"That's Dakota when
you wrap it all up. He's a
coach's player. Whatever
you ask Dakota to do,
he'll do."
There's nothing like
football to Hooper.
"I love football," he
said. "I always liked the
game.
"I've been playing here
since I was in the eighth
grade, and the coaches
have given me opportu-
nities. I just love playing
football."

See GATOR B2


Separating CHS football facts from rumors


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Since last week, I've
heard the rumors sur-
rounding the Crestview
football team.
That "X" number of
players left the team for
whatever reason.
I've sought.answers.
Getting answers from
any coach high school,


college or professional, in
any sport at times can
be difficult at best and im-
possible at worst.
A coach is there to pro-
tect the program and the
players who are gutting it
out in the difficult times.
About the only thing
I can say with absolute
certainty is leading rusher
D.D. Johnson was not with
the Crestview football


team as of this writing.
Whether he'll be a Bulldog
again in the future remains
to be seen. That's a family
issue between coach Matt
Brunson and his team.
I'm not sticking my
head in the sand pretend-
ing other problems within
the Bulldog family may
not exist.
If you had been in
Brunson's office Monday


morning you would know
I tried to get the facts from
him like a, well, Junkyard
Dawg.
I presented my case
that the rumors would
continue until there were
solid answers.
His position, which
I can understand and
respect, is that a conversa-

See FACTS B2


VOLLEYBALL
Laurel Hill 3,
Rocky Bayou 2
Rocky Bayou Christian and
Laurel Hill locked horns in a
District 1 -A volleyball marathon
that lasted almost two hours
Sept: 23.
In the end a healthy dose of
Katie Fiee led the Hoboes to
the five-game win 10-25, 25-
18, 26-28, 25-13,15-9.
Free filled the stat sheet with
28 kills, 10 digs, 7 blocks, 5,
aces and two assists.
Laurel Hill: Elizabeth Van
Winkle 14 assists, 1 ace, 8 digs;
Katie Free 28 kills, 10 digs, 7
blocks, five aces, 2 assists;
Jami Sheets 12 assists, 6 digs,
1 ace; Amber Richey 5 aces, 5
digs, 2 kills, 1 assist; Amanda
King 4 aces, 4 kills, 5 digs.

Crestview 3, Pace 0
Jacey Sanders' nine as-
sists and three aces were part
of a well-rounded Crestview
attack in a 25-17, 25-15,
26-24 District 1-5A win on
Sept. 23. Crestview (3-5, 2-3)
also received three kills and
two aces from senior Brittany
Zellars.
-Crestview: Lauren Estep
1 block, 2 aces, 1 kill; Alicia
Dukes 3 kills, 1 block, 3 aces;
Brittany Zellars 3 kills, 1 assist,
2 aces; Dawn Holderfleld 2
kills, 1 block, 1 ace.

Crestview 3, Freeport 0
Alicia Dukes had 10 kills
and Jacey Sanders had 15
assists to lead Crestview to a
25-20, 27-25, 25-22 win over
Freeport on Thursday in a
non-district match.
Crestview: Alicia Dukes
10 kills, 1 block, 3 aces, 1
assist; Anne Hooper 5 kills, 5
blocks, 1 assist; Erin Koester
5 digs, 2 aces; Jacey Sanders
15 assists.

Baker 3, Rocky Bayou 2
Baker won the final two
games to rally for a 25-22,
15-25, 25-27, 25-10, 15-5
non-district win over Rocky
Bayou.'
Baker: Kaylee Bradley 13
kills; Alyssa Horn 10 kills, 5
blocks; Kali Flanders 9 kills,
6 digs, 3 blocks; Courtney
Fountain 7 kills, 5 digs; Lauren
Griffith 31 assists.

Laurel Hill 3, Central 1
The Hoboes picked up
their second District 1-1A win
of the week, this one by a
26-24, 25-19, 18-25, 25-19
score.

BOYS GOLF
Choctawhatchee 166,
Walton 168, Niceville 170,
Crestview 188
Walton's Paul McClure was
the low medalist with a 38, but
Choctawhatchee won a close
match at Bluewater Bay.
Crestview: Mike Taylor
40, Anthony Perez 46, Cory
Peaden 48, Wesley Josey 54

Okaloosa County tour-
nament
A tough field and tough
conditions were not enough to
stop Choctawhatchee's boys
golf team from repeating as
Okaloosa County champions.
Brandon Jowers won the
individual title, beating FWB's
Kyle Andre on the first hole of
a playoff. Both players shot
a 79.
Team scores:
Choctawhatchee 325, Fort
Walton Beach 333, Niceville
339, Crestview 376, Rocky
Bayou 423.
Crestview: Jay Morgan
87, Mike Taylor 92, Anthony
Perez 96, Wesley Josey 101.

GIRLS GOLF
Niceville 160, Fort
Walton Beach 174,
Choctawhatchee 216
Mary Mackin shot a 39 to
earn low medalist honors and
See BRIEFS B2


RARE Y UV IL ED We are always looking for sports information and news
from those involved in our community.
Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor __ R- I.ID A"
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@crestviewbulletin.com N a t t o..


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CRESTVIEW continued from B1


FACTS continued from B1


he was hooked on the sport.
He continued playing for
other reasons.
"I like playing because
it helps me keep my grades
up," he said. "It keeps me
disciplined and I don't get
in trouble at all.
"And it helps you meet
good people. Most of the
people here (teammates)
are like brothers, and you
can rely on them a lot."
Appelberg might not
take a lot of game memo-


ries with him when he
graduates in the spring, but
that's not to say he won't
have plenty to look back on
from his playing days with
the Dawgs.
"I love it (being on the
team)," he said. "Going up
against our first (offense), I
love hitting them. It gives
you a challenge.
"And being with my
friends fishing on week-
end, or coming together on
the practice field having


fun."
The Bulldog coaches also
will have fond memories of
Appelberg.
"He's not a big guy, but he
has a big old heart," White
said. "I could use a bunch of
Josh Appelberg's hearts in a
bunch of players."

Look up Josh Appelberg's sta-
tistics and stats for the rest of the
Dawgs at our online Crestview
sports reference page at www.
crestviewbulletin.conm.


BRIEFS continued from B1


lead Niceville to'its best team
score in years in a match at
Rocky Bayou Country Club.
Crestview: Kenna Rogers
60, Erica Newman 63, Karen
Jones 67

CROSS COUNTRY
J.D. Mac Invitational
Crestview finished second
in the boys team standings
Saturday at this event in Jay.
Crestview was sixth in the
girls team standings.


Crestview boys: 5. Jacob
Gourlie 17:08; 6. Corey Smith
17:22; 7. Dylon Brown 17:22;
10. Dylon Tillman 17:38; 11.
Blake Sheffler 17:40.
Crestview girls: 2.
Lauren Day 19:08; 5. Taylor
Polk 20:22; Juliet Yarger
22:28; Anessa Heatley 23:58;
Katelyn Barton 24:57

MIDDLE SCHOOL
Volleyball
Ruckel def. Davidson 25-


12, 25-17
Richbourg def. Pryor
Davidson def. Pryor 25-
15, 25-18
Richbourg def. St. Mary's

Boys Cross Country
Pryor 32, Richbourg 37,
Lewis 62
Ruckel 23, Bruner 51,
Davidson 62

Girls Cross Country
Ruckel 20, Davidson 70,
Bruner 73


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tion between a player and
coach is a private matter...
even when the consequenc-
es of that conversation
seem to be news to the rest
of the sports community.
Saying I understand and
respect Brunson's position
isn't saying I completely
agree with it.
Yes, the conversation is a
private matter.
But the first law of
physics is, for every action
there's an equal and oppo-
site reaction. The question
on my mind is, what was
the action that caused the
equal and opposite reaction
of Johnson not being with
the team at this time?
I don't deal with rumors
from anonymous sources.
I won't speculate without
cause. Nor will I spread
gossip.
If you want to read gos-
sip, pick up a supermarket
tabloid.


Brunson's position has
always been to shed a posi-
tive light on high school
sports and to give the kids
who are in the program,
credit rather than perhaps
give some sort of credibil-
ity to one who decided to
leave.
He maintains we are
talking about high school
sports, not a major college
or professional team.
I'm not denying that ar-
gument. At the same time,
the Crestview Bulldogs are
one of the top sporting at-
traction in north Okaloosa
County and to the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
The relationships
between coaches and
members of the media are
unique. Often we must
deal with each other with a
guarded trust.
Sometimes a coach stays
silent about a situation to
try and keep a calm for the


kids who are still on the
team.
My senior year at Gulf
Breeze High School we
had five or six players quit
over a decision the coaches;
made about members of
the football team not es-
corting the homecoming
court for the first time in
school history. Some of the
players were starters and
key backups we could have
used down the stretch run.
After 33 years I really !
don't remember if there
was an article in the paper
about the players quitting.
I do remember it was a
team matter that was best
handled by the team.
That's the stance that
Brunson is taking.
As long as there are
no facts that suggest a
program out of control, I
respect Brunson's position,!
even if I don't completely
agree with it.


GATOR continued from B1


Hooper admits he's al-
ways been on the small
side. His parents were
reluctant to let him play
football at first. Yet by
the time he was 10 he
was suiting up in youth
leagues. He has been on
the gridiron ever since.
Hooper didn't make
a strong first impression
on Kellogg and the Baker
coaching staff.
"I can remember him
as a sophomore last year.
I'm sitting there saying,
'There's no way we can
put him on the field in
this league,'" Kellogg
said. "But you couldn't


keep him off the field.
The kid knows his abil-
ity, and he knows how to
use that ability.
"I think about Dakota
when he first came to us.
He was up around 5.5
or 5.6 in the 40 and he's
worked his way down by
hard work to a 4.9."
That hard work paid
off with Hooper becom-
ing a jack of all trades for
the Gators.
"We play him at safe-
ty, at wideout, we move
him to outside lineback-
er," Kellogg said. "The
kid will play anywhere
you ask him to play, and


he'd do a great job. He's
a very intelligent kid, but
he's a highly motivated
kid.
"He's what makes
high school coaching
fun. If you could put 11
Dakotas on the field you
could be successful year-
in and year-out. He's just
a great kid and that's
what's fun about coach-
ing the game."

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I AR L AGES AN I G I


1ST DIVISION
Jaguars 62.0
Armageddon 61.0
Hit Men 54.0
Disfunctional Dogs 42.0
Who Darted? 27.0
Scorpions 24.0

WEEKLY HIGH IN STATS
Doug Cooper T20
Jo Mims 67

WEEKLY HIGH out STATS
Terry Parker T60
Marie Bundrick 40

SEASON HIGH IN STATS
Adam Kelly T30,
Jo Mims 91

SEASON HIGH OUT
STATS
Terry Parker T60
Ellen Hashek/ Marie
3undrick 40

MEN'S MVP POINTS &
TONS
Adam Kelley, 152, 24;
John Montford, 138, 22;
ferry Parker, 129, 23; Wayne
Matlock, 118, 21; D.J. Parker,
113, 18; Mark Benoit, 109,
1 6; Kevin Fitzgerald, 107,
25; Ray Knudson, 105,
14; Ron Meyer, 104, 22;
oug Cooper, 95, 14; Ken
undrick, 95, 23; Steve
-linrichs, 93, 14; Brooks
Faylor, 92, 7; Bobby Gainey,
34, 16; Bob Duboise, 84,
12; Rodney Brackett, 74,
4; Tom Pallone, 61, 8; Bill
Brumbaugh, 55, 11; John
-lashek, 32, 5; Brian Soals,
,32, 6; Keith Howell, 18, 4;
Ron Jackson, 10, 2; Chuck
3agner, 3, 3; Joe Davison, 2,,
,; John Wood, 0, 0.

WOMEN'S MVP POINTS
[TONS
Ellen Hashek, 79, 10;
Marie Bundrick, 50, 5; Judy
Fitzgerald, 45, 6; Jo Mims,
26, 4; Ann Olszewski, 19, 0;
Rhonda Cooper, 0, 0; Sharon
Hindrichs, 0, 0.

2ND DIVISION
Hell's Henchmen 57.0
Stars & Stripes 37.0
Fallout 34.0
Darty Minds 24.5
AL Riders 23.0
A:L.Longshots 19.0


Elizabeth Kooncz 96

WEEKLY HIGH OUT
STATS
Rich Wesche 92
Lydia Benoit 42

SEASON HIGH IN STATS
Rich Wesche T20
Johnathon Haggard T20
Elizabeth Koonce
96
SEASON HIGH OUT
STATS
Jack Miller T06
Lydia Benoit 59

MEN'S MVP POINTS &
TONS
Jonathan Haggard, 111,
19; Rich Wesche, 105, 19;
Jonathan Burris, 96, 6; Aaron
Zimmerman, 79, 14; Kenny
Blair, 77, 8; Terry Hindall,
72, 9; Devin Fitzgerald, 70,
11; Carl Smiley, 63, 8; Paul
Carney, 60, 9; Jack Miller,
52, 5; Al Zimmerman; 51, 3;
Russel Carroll, 49, 4; Dan
Cowan, 47, 2; John Griffen,
41, 2; Mike Ricks, 40, 3; Walt
Montford, 37, 0; Larry Page,
36, 7; Gary Easterwood, 25,
0; Phil Phillips, 25, 5; Brian
Martin, 17, 2; Darryl Brooks,
16, 0; Kevin Yaw, 13, 2; Jeff
Blair, 10, 0; Robert Griffen,
9, 1; Rob Davis, 9, 0; Billy
Becknell, 9, 0; Ted Glover, 4,
0; Russell Chamberlain, 0, 0;
Charlie Suggs, 0, 0.

WOMEN'S MVP POINTS
& TONS
Jenny Montford, 71, 7;
Lydia Benoit, 65, 2; Elizabeth
Koonce, 44, 2; Kim Page,
31, 7; Kristina Carroll, 30, 1;
Jean Decker, 13, 1; Donna
Barbera, 0, 0; JoAnn Smiley,
0,0.

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2008. John Montford, T80,
04 Sep 2008.
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PACE 37,

Z CRESTVIEW 13
Pace has This field
won th Crestview 7 0 0 6 13 goal was
wonlhe Pace 14 3 20 0 37 kicked as
last two 1ST QUARTER time expired
meetings PACE Tyler Bousson 31 pass from Aaron Munoz in the first
against /(Greg Peranich kick), 8:11 half. CHS
CHS by a PACE- Tyler Bousson 37 pass from Aaron Munoz coaches
combined (Greg Peranich kick), 2:49 coaches
score of CRESTVIEW -Jordan Glover 18 pass from Jason Parker tired to
86-27 (J.T. Arnold kick), :47 convince the
f 2ND QUARTER officials the
PACE Greg Peranich 32 FG, :00 kick came
3RD QUARTER after time
Pace's PACE Tyler Hunt 4 run (Greg Peranich kick) expired. The
Tyler 11:54 discussion
Bousson PACE Tyler Bousson 23 pass from Aaron Munoz resulted in
led the (Greg Peranich kick), 5:17
led the PACE- Tyler Bousson 40 interception return three
Pensacola (kickfailed), 4:30 personal
area in 4TH QUARTER fouls
receiving CRESTVIEW Jordan Glover 20 run (conversion failed), against the
yards 2:32 Dawgs ...
prior to \
this game PLAYER STATISTICS
OFFENSE .. allowing
PASSING Crestview, Jason Parker 10-20-2-102, Blake Pace to
The Ritchie 5-12-0-46 kick off
RUSHING Crestview, Jordan Glover 13-109, Jerry Siler from the
HS lost 6-77, Jason Parker 8-29, Chase Boals 1-1 CHS 15 to
fumble RECEIVING Crestview, Artis Coleman 5-68, Chris start the
came on Pickett 4-40, Jordan Glover 1-18, Allen Caldwell 3-14, second
a play Taylor Paul 1-8 half. Pace
that could tried an
have tied DEFENSE onside
the game Crestview tackles-assists-total (total does not include onside
at 14 sacks) Gabe Goodson 5-7-12, Amond Robinson kick,
Pace's T p 3-5-8, Chris Briley 1-4-6, Darius Robbins 2-2-5, Chris recovered
Holstein Pickett 2-3-5, Josh Jadin 1-4-5, Cody Swenbeck 0-5-5, it and
stripped a B.J. McClure 3-0-3, Ben Baber 1-2-3, Levi Hendrix 0-3-3, scored to
sippe a Mitch Kertis 0-1-1, Chase Boals 0-1-1. go ahead
CHS Opponent's fumbles forced-B.J. McClure 1. g 24-7
runner Opponent's fumbles receovered DQ Dorsey 1.
who Sacks- Chris Briley, Darius Robbins.
appeared Gabe
to be en TEAM STATISTICS Goodson
route to a C P has led
60-yard FIRST DOWNS 15 9 CHS in
TD late TOTAL NET YARDS 364 336 tackles
in the NET YARDS RUSHING 28-216 29-115 in three
second NET YARDS PASSING 15-32-2-148 -11-15-0-211 straight
second FUMBLES-LOST 2-1 1-1 s g
quarter. PENALTIES-YARDS 5-65 5-70 games


BAKER 35,
Baker SOUTH WALTON 33
spoiled
South Baker 14 7 14 0 35 Baker
Walton's South Walton 0 14 13 6 33 needed two
3-0 start. 1ST QUARTER plays on its
BAKER Cameron Domangue 19 run (kick first scoring
failed), 11:35 drive and
BAKER Kellan Meeks 1 run (Cameron Do- moved 85
mangue run), 3:56 2N yards in 92
This Baker 2ND QUARTER seconds on
TD came SOUTH WALTON Dennis Smith 1 run (David Bazylak the second
one play kick), 8:20
after BAKER Kellan Meeks 25 run (David Beck kick) 8:10 scoring
South SOUTH WALTON David Bazylak 36 pass from drive.
Waton Cody Adams (David Bazylak kick), 1:43
Walton's 3RD QUARTER
David SOUTH WALTON David Bazylak 75 kickoff return South
Bazylak (David Bazylak kick) 11:45 Walton
returned BAKER Kellan Meeks 63 pass from Cameron used a
the Domangue (David Beck kick) 11:26 flea-flicker
opening SOUTH WALTON David Bazylak 22 FG, 8:07 to score
kickoff SOUTH WALTON David Bazylak 26 FG, 3:15 this TD
of the BAKER Kellan Meeks 27 run (David Beck kick), 1:45
of the 4TH QUARTER
second SOUTH WALTON David Bazylak 19 run (conver-
half for a slon failed), 10:02 Cameron
score Domangue
PLAYER STATISTICS w ent over
OFFENSE went over
PASSING Baker, Cameron Domangue 3-4-0-88 -200 yards
RUSHING Baker, Cameron Domangue 26-207, rushing in
South / Kellan Meeks 8-90, Marcus Jones 4-19 a game for
Walton RECEIVING Baker, Kellan Meeks 2-71, Christian the third
came up Mainor 1-17. time this
inches DEFENSEseason
short on Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss not included
this in total) David Beck 6-5-11, Kellan Meeks 5-3-10, \ In addition
PAT Cameron Domangue 7-2-9, Dakota Hooper 5-3-8, Tyler to his
that would Holly 2-5-7, Josh Rose 2-2-6, Christian Mainor 3-2-5, \ s
have tied Josh Williams 1-4-5, Cameron Davis 3-1-4, Tyler Moberly season-
the game. 1-3-4, Brandon Ates 1-3-4, Jacob Lawson 0-1-1, Logan \ best
Baker Wagner0-1-1. running
then Tackles for loss Kellan Meeks 2, Josh Rose 1 total,
went on Sacks-Josh Rose 1 Kellan.
went on Interception Brandon Ates Meeks
a 17-play Meeks
drive that TEAM STATISTICS recorded
used up B SW double-
all but 2.7 FIRST DOWNS 19 17 digits in
seconds TOTAL NET YARDS 404 259 tackles for
of the NET YARDS RUSHING 38-316 30-135 the third
NET YARDS PASSING 3-4-0-88 9-12-1-124 time this
remaining FUMBLES-LOST 1-0 1-0 '
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COMMUNITY SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2008


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Special to the News Bulletin
At left, the Emerald Coast United Ul5 boys won the Endless Summer Soccer Tournament last month in Panama City.
Team members are: Dylan Barbee, Amani Beliveau, Eddie Bird, Ricky Hoegg, Mikey Lightbourne, Frank Martinez-
Soto, Marcos Melecio-Zambrano, Andrew Morrell, Manny Paravalos, Alex Parker, Kyle Pfeiffer, Anthony Provost, Omer
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Youth soccer teams win tournaments


Special to the News Bulletin

A pair of Emerald Cost United
soccer teams featuring local play-
ers won their divisions at the End-
less Summer Soccer Tournament
last month in Panama City.


The Emerald Coast United
U15 boys beat Tops of Florida
6-0 in the championship game.
The team finished the event
with a 4-0 record and outscored
it opponents 17-0. The team
earned a 5-0 win in a prelimi-


nary game against Tops of
Florida, a 3-0 win against BCYSA
and 3-0 against Bay United Soccer
Club.
The Emerald Coast United Ull
girls also captured first place in
their age group.


Special to the News Bulletin

DeFUNIAK SPRINGS
- Choctawhatchee Elec-
tric Cooperative (CHEL-
CO) held the 2nd Loop the
Lake 5K and 1 mile kids'
fun run on Sept. 13 to raise
funds for the American
Heart Association. To-
gether with the help of
sponsors, race participants
and many other donations
CHELCO raised more than
$7,000. The .Northwest
Florida track club timed
230 participants, about
half from north Okaloosa
County, as they crossed
the finish line. Twenty-five
children completed the 1
mile fun run.
Crestview High School
junior Lauren Day was the
female run overall winner
with a time of 20:08. Day's
parents, Dexter and Rhon-
da, and sister Hannah also
took part in the race.
John Bailie of Crestview
won the male walk overall
category with a time of
39:21. Day's coach in the
CHS cross country pro-
gram, Katie Blansit, won
her age division.
A large contingent of
runners from Davidson
Middle School also par-
ticipated.
"I would like to thank
of the volunteers, spon-
sors and participants for
helping contribute to the
American Heart Associa-
tion. Without them this
would not be possible. I


am looking forward to
next year's race," said
Kevin Wilkerson, CHEL-
CO's race chair.

Did you take part in. the
Loop the Lake 5K? Tell us
why others should join next
year by posting a note at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.

TOP LOCAL FINSHERS
Women'y overall run
1. Lauren Day 20:08
Women's 10-14 run
1. Kaitlynn Slavin 23:21
2. Katrina Silva 23:32
3. Hannah Day 23:47
Women's 30-39 run
1. Katie Blansit 22:14
Women's 40-49 run
2. Rhonda Day 27:44
3. Victoria Montalvo 28:15
Men's 15-19 run
3. Dylan Tillman 19:22
Men's 30-39 run
1. Loren Sheffler 21:13
Men's 40-49 run
3. Mark Kannapel 19:55
Men's 50-59 run
1. Michael Russell 23:41
2. John Ensor 26:37
3. Mike Million 26:46
Men's overall walk
1. John Bailie 39:21
Men's 30-39 walk
2. Jason Cromer 49:14
Men's 50-59 walk
1. Cliff Calderwood 44:58
Women's 10-14 walk
1. Brooke Cromer 43:29
2. Emily Morris 53:14
3. Kristin Woefel 54:25
Women's 30-39 walk
3. Misty Cromer 43:30
Women's 50-59 walk
3. Peg Calderwood 45:06
Women's 60-and-up walk
2. Paula Knight 55:47


Special to the News Bulletin

The Baker Area Couith
Association football team
had a rough day this past
Saturday against Andalu-
sia.
Baker's 5-6 team fell
33-0.
The 7-8 team dropped a
33-13 decision.
The ,9-10 squad lost
19-0.
The closest game was
-he.'11-12 contest,,,'but the
young Gators'fell 1-2-0

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Above, Hunter Godwin
makes a tackle for
Baker's 5-6 team.
At left, Jax Anderson
(30) and Javon Graham
(3) stop the Andalusia
run in the 7-8 game.

Photos special to the
News Bulletin by Cindy
Carroll
cindycarrolll71 @yahoo.
com


Baker announces


Players of the Week


Special to the News Bulletin

The Bak-
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coaches
have an-
nounced
their Play-
ers of the
Week from
the Gators' Kellan
win against Meeks
South Wal-
ton this past
Friday.
Kellan Meeks was the
Offensive Player of the
Week. Meeks finished with
161 yards total offense and


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David Beck was the De-
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Beck led the team with 11
tackles.
Cameron Domangue
was Special Teams Player
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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1,2008


Publication aims to help families manage finances


Special to the News Bulletin

To help families strug-
gling to make ends meet,
the University of Florida's
Institute of Food and Ag-
ricultural Sciences, has
published a new bottom-
line guide to personal fi-
nances.
"Managing in Tough
Times," is a 40-page book-
let available free at county
extension offices, includ-
ing the office in Crestview,
and online at http://fycs.
ifas.ufl.edu.
The booklet was cre-
ated in response to recent
economic woes, said Nay-
da Torres, a professor and
chairwoman of UF's fam-
ily, youth and community
sciences department.
"Families are faced with
making difficult choices
as the cost of living con-
tinues to increase but their


IN-P.ERSON
PRESENTATIONS
The local UF/IFAS extension
office has a program based
on the "Managing Tough
Times" booklet .. ..ill pres-
ent for groups or at work
sites. Contact the exten-
sion office at 689-5850 for
details.


income does not," Torres
said.
Elaine Courtney of the
local extension office en-
courages north Okaloosa
residents to pick up or
download the booklet.
"All we have to do is
look at our bank state-
ments and see things are
costing more now," Court-
ney said. "We are in some
touch economic times.
Now is time to tighten our
belts, look at what our fi-


nancial resources are and
assess our situation, and
make decisions that will
help us be economically
stable."
Published in English
and Spanish, the book-
let contains 18 chapters,
addressing topics from
savings and teen employ-
ment to stress and low-
cost entertainment. Each
chapter was written by UF
experts.
Users will need to do
more than read the book-
let, they'll need to take ac-
tion, said Michael Gutter,
a family, youth and com-
munity sciences assistant
professor who led the
project.
Unlike most UF exten-
sion publications, "Man-
aging in Tough Times" is
the size of an address book
and printed on tough card-
stock pages held together


CASH FOR YOUR BASH
Okaloosa Saves, an Okaloosa County/University of
Florida Extension Education Program, h a i rv., event this
year for businesses in Okaloosa County Cash For Your
Ba1i.ih1
Registrants have an opportunity to win $500 for an em-
pl:',,;':e pa-rrt at a drawing on November 21.
T:, qualify, for the dra'..'irng. businesses enroll 25 or more
ro.' kli.dal..: Tea,...er en-plcyees and sign up for a one-
ri,:,Lur iriaricial v.orkshnor., provided by Okaloosa Saves.
[Eepartmenis. .'itI,,rin A organization also can participate
a:. lorigr a.: there, meet tre above requirements. Employees,
Iuenrid anj fanil., menmr.-ers qualify as Okaloosa Savers.
'W!c.rkshrop rincluje G-en rig out of Debt, E-Commerce Do's
. Don'r: Sarvor, .r Auto Purchases, Identity Theft and
rnore.
Register ,..:ur buL'Irie s or department by Oct. 10. Submit
Enlr, pa..: etls l'ihlI 25 n e roilee and s.:re.:li cl a we i f rtin n-
ci'l '..v.r.r.:rh:pI no later than Nov. 14.
The purpose of Okaloio':., Saves and Cash' For Your Bash
i, t edu:.-u:ate :itacensti:, io :ut 'OrIuild.ingj ..e lth, nr,:, :1.:
rnore intc'rrr. tiori, l t c, al,, a-c-,- a s; r .: rInt,,: I
Bienda Srrnllh at I51 797--49.


with a ring binder. It was
designed to encourage us-
ers to carry it with them,
Gutter said.


Family, youth and com-
munity sciences faculty
had been discussing the
idea of a bottom-line fi-


nancial project for some
time. The booklet was
created at the request of
IFAS Dean for Extension
Larry Arrington, who was
concerned about recent
events.
"As we looked around
the state at the pressures
facing families as a result
of energy costs, rising
living expenses and the
number of families strug-
gling with mortgages, we
decided that a quick reac-
tion was necessary," Ar-
rington said.
Department faculty
and extension personnel
are planning an educa-
tion program for Florida
residents based on the
booklet, Gutter said. The
program, emphasizing
discussion and practical
activities, will be available
at extension offices later
this year.


Special to the News Bulletin

Gordon Air Conditioning will
offer a "Geo Field Day" from
1 to 2 p.m. Oct. 3 at 120 Eagle
Drive in Crestview.
Attendees can see the outside
loops installed for a geothermal
system.
"Geothermal is the best way
to have the most comfortable
home possible with the low-
est power bill," wrote Thomas


Gordon of Gordon Air Condi-
tioning. "Not only is it super
efficient, it's also a cleaner and
safer way to heat and cool your
home. Plus, no unsightly metal
vent stacks going through the
roof!
I "For builders, it gives you
a competitive edge over other
builders that don't understand
and won't take the time to learn
about geothermal. Potential cli-
ents are looking for ways to be


able to afford their home. While
geothermal systems will cer-
tainly have upfront costs, it will
always yield a lower overall
monthly bill when combining
your mortgage with your utility
rate."
Gordon said he also will of-
fer the demonstration for those
who cannot attend the Geo Field
Day.
Visit www.gordonair.com for
details.


Harris named PHC Resident of the Month


Parthenon Healthcare of Crestview
is pleased to announce John Harris has
been selected as the Resident of the
Month for September.
John was born in Crestview on Aug.
20, 1933. He worked for Civil Service
for 12 years. He also worked for Em-
erald Coast Nursing Home as a houl.E-..
keeper.
He's single and has two sisters who


live in Crestview.
John enjoys playing bingo and horse
racing games. He likes to participate
in the Men's Social Club and Walking
Club, as well as most religious gather-
ings. His main hobby in the past was
freshwater fishing.
John brings a lot of smiles to the staff
and residents at Parthenon Health-
care.


BBB warns of to-good-to-be-true loan offers


Thousands fall for

enticing scams

Special to the News Bulletin

The Better Business
Bureau has seen an in-
crease in the number of
calls about advance-fee
loan scams and is warn-
ing consumers to be
leery of offers that sound
too good to be true.
Every year, thousands
of consumers respond to
enticing offers of "mon-
ey to loan...regardless of
credit."
The problem, accord-
ing to the Federal Trade
Commission (FTC), is
that consumers who re-
spond to such ads usu-
ally must pay fees in
advance to obtain the
so-called "guaranteed"
loans. Most advance-
fee loan companies
get consumers to pay
the up-front fee by per-
suading the consumers
that they are certain or
nearly certain to receive
loans. The fees may
range from $25 to sever-
al hundred dollars. They
may assure consumers


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that they will receive a
refund in the unlikely
event that a loan is not
approved.
However, after paying
the fee, consumers either
never hear from the com-
pany again or they get a
form letter saying they
don't qualify for credit.
And they never get that
promised refund.
Advance-fee loan
scams are especially of-
fensive because they of-
ten sound very credible
at first and they prey
upon the most defense-
less consumers. The
scams .are enticing to


those consumers who
are the most vulnerable:
those out of work, those
with poor credit ratings
or those who need mon-
ey right away for emer-
gencies.
Many advance-fee
loan scams operate
outside of the United
States, using mail drops
in the U.S., Canada and
the Caribbean to allow
direct dialing without
long and obviously for-
eign country codes. The
result is that it is more
difficult to identify and
stop these cross-border
scammers.


Advance-fee loans
are simply illegal. Le-
gitimate lenders never
"guarantee" or say that
you are likely to get a
loan or credit card before
you apply, especially if
you have bad credit, no
credit or a bankruptcy.
If you don't have a
credit offer in hand and
a company asks you to
pay for a guaranteed
loan, it's fraud and it's
against the law.
For more information
and advice you can trust
on protecting yourself
against identity theft,
start with bbb.org.


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NEW makes donation

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Special to the News Bulletin
Shown from left to right are Sue Vonderheide, NEW's
director of operations, Pat Dingess, director of branch
operations for Covenant Hospice, and Susan Fabry, NEW's
human resources manager, as the company presented
Covenant Hospice with $1,000 toward the annual Blue
Jean Ball.


Coldwell Banker

announces top sellers

Special to the News Bulletin

Coldwell Banker Unit-
ed, Realtors' Crestview of-
fice announced its top pro-
ducers for August. Merle
DuBose took honors for
top sales agent. Michelle
Garon took honors for top Merle Michelle
listing agent. DuBose Garon


Geo Field Day set for Friday


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, October
13, 2008 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the
Council Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida, the City Council of the City of Crestview
proposes to adopt Ordinance #1413 which is set forth by
title as follows:

ORDINANCE NO. 1413
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA,
AUTHORIZING THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW TO ISSUE BONDS
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ALLEVIATING THE SHORTAGE OF
AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND ENCOURAGING CAPITAL
INVESTMENT IN HOUSING IN THE CITY; SPECIFYING THE
POWERS OF THE CITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN
THE CITY'S CODE OF ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY AND -PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Copy of the proposed ordinance is available in the City
Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in the
City of Crestview, Florida, where they may be inspected by
the public and interested parties, and interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed ordinances.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability
status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure
access to and participation in the meeting should contact
the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate
arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
City Council with respect to any matter considered at this
meeting or public hearing such person will need a record
of the proceedings and for such purpose, such person may
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the testimony and any
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".
Janice F. Young October 1, 2008
City Clerk
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86 | Crestview News Bulle n


LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 200


. ......... .. .. .. .. . ... ....


9/17: Joe and Kathy Brett,
10 Warbler Way, Crestview.
Remodel/buildout by Linc
Grant Construction. Dennis
Jr. and Ellen Lanum, 5421
Monterrey Road, Crestview.
Electrical by DB Electric. *
Hardrock Road Properties,
598 Armistead Blvd., Holt.
Mechanical by Hilton's
Heating, Ventilation &A/C. *
MTP Properties, 4617 Chanan
Drive, Crestview. Irrigation
by Faith Mechanical. Oliff
and Timmy Weeks, 6110
Sonny Lane, Crestview.
General building by CQ
Construction. Donald
and Sarah Harrell, 127
Stephens Lane, Crestview.
General building by CQ
Construction. Lyentte
and Ronnie Rouse, 3125 Earl
Kennedy Road, Crestview.
PlumbingbyA-1 Plumbing.*
Marvin and Toni Davis, 502
Ridge Lake Road, Crestview.
Electricalby owner. Glendal
and Sherrie Lewis, 800 Sioux
Circle, Crestview. Gas by
Zachary's Gas Services. *
Centennial Development
Corp., 2260 Lewis St.,
Crestview. Plumbing by
Always Plumbing.
9/18: Whitworth Builders,


3008 Crown Creek Circle,
Crestview. Electrical by
Richardson Enterprises.
D & D Abita Springs, 997
Industrial Drive, Unit B,
Crestview. Mechanical and
commercial electrical by
Crestview Electric Co. Paul
Vermillion, Choctaw Cirde,
Crestview. Single family by
owner. Lynette and Ronnie
Rouse, 3125 Earl Kennedy
Road, Crestview. Electrical
by 1 Source Contracting. *
Southern Woodworks,
3185 Maple St., Crestview.
Electrical by 1 Source
Contracting. Okaloosa
Airport Authority, 5549 John
Givens Road, Crestview. Fire
protection system by Action
Fire & Safety Equipment. *
Beulah First Baptist Church,
1875 W. U.S. Highway 90,
Baker. Fire protection system
by Action Fire & Safety
Equipment. OKLCO, LLC,
2262 Lewis St., Crestview.
Single family by Centennial
Development Corp/Ok
CO. Adams Homes, 2384
Barberee Drive, Crestview.
Single family by Adams
Homes.
9/19: Adams Homes,
2392 and 2368 Barberee


what's .


COMMUNITY EVENTS


TODAY

ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591.
Today at 4 p.m.
the monthly planning
meeting will be held in the
. Auditorium Building of
the UWF/OWC campus
on Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd. in Fort Walton Beach.
Supper after the meeting a
local restaurant.
BREAST CANCER
AWARENESS: Dr. Melinda
Graham, obstetrician and
gynecologist, will provide
a free presentation on
Women's Health and
Breast Cancer Awareness
today 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.

NORTH OKALOOSA

MEETING
RESCHEDULED: The
Parks Advisory Committee
meeting today has been
canceled. Parks Advisory
Committee meetings are
held the first Wednesday
of each month, and will
resume Nov. 5 for their
regularly scheduled
meeting. It will be at the
Crestview Public Works
Conference Room, at 3
p.m.
For more information
or questions, call 689-5084.
For a list and directions to
all Okaloosa County parks,
visit www.okaloosafl.com
online.
BOOK AND MOVIE
SALE: for the Crestview
library will be held Friday-
Sunday.
On Friday 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 Monday
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 School's
Media Center.
Students will need
to bring a calculator. All
materials, snacks and
drinks will be furnished.
Details: Mrs. Hart via
e-rriAil 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
Saturday, 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,
starting at 7 a.m. at 1200
Valley Road in Crestview.
All proceeds go to TOPS
Chapter #796.
TIP TRAINING
SESSION: The Trauma
Prevention Program
(TIP), a group of citizen
volunteers who provide
emotional and practical
support to victims of
traumatic events and
their families in the first
few hours following a
tragedy, will conduct
its fall training program
beginning Oct. 16.
Registration, and a $50
registration fee, is required
by Oct. 10. No previous
experience is necessary.
Each volunteer will receive
50 hours of training
provided by professional
trainers. Details: (850)
934-6654, 243-2291 or visit
www.tip-ser.org online.
MCCURLEY FAMILY
REUNION: will be held
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
on Oct. 11 at the Baker
Recreation Center on State
Road 4. Bring old family
pictures and come enjoy
each other's company.
Bring a covered dish to
share.
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 a
Oct. 11 golf tournament
at Heritage Plantation.
Sponsorships are available
for the event.
Four-person teams are


Drive, Crestview. Single
family by owner. Ken
and Darrell Blocker, 931
W. James Lee Blvd., Lot 4,
Crestview. Manufactured
building and plumbing by
Mike Bush. Sheddon and
Marion Whatmough, 2007
Faulk Ferry Road, Baker.
Mechanical by Niceville
Refrigeration & A/C. *
Kathy McDonald, 5995 Staff
Road, Crestview. Electrical by
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Company; mechanical by
Advantage Air.
9/22: Adams Homes,
2368,2384 and 2392 Barberee
Drive, Crestview. Plumbing
by Amore Plumbing
Company. Whitworth
Builders, 3098 Border Creek
Road, Crestview. Mechanical
by John Boutwell. Michael
Crowder, 5753 Highland
Hills Road, Crestview.
Accessory structures by
Okaloosa Construction. *
Dan Harrison, 1158 E. U.S.
Highway 90, Crestview.
Electrical by Elite Electrical.
9/23: Steve and Lily
Bilodeau, 5824 Laurelwood
Drive, Crestview. Mechanical
byGordonAirConditioning&
Associates. Adams Homes,


being formed, with one
10-handicap player only
per team. The deadline to
register as a team is, 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
VEIN DRAIN: Blood
Drive Saturday 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 in Fort
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.
BLUE JEAN BALL
VOLUNTEERS:
Covenant Hospice is
seeking individuals and
groups that would like to
volunteer at their annual
event, The Blue Jean Ball,
to be held at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 18 at the
Crestview Community
Center. Volunteers are ,
needed to decorate, serve,
greet, seat guests, clean up
and take down.
A planning meeting
will be held at 5:30 p.m. on
Tuesday at the Covenant
Hospice Crestview branch
office, located at 370 West
Redstone Ave., To register
for this meeting or for
details, call Jodie Williams
at 682-3628.
EARN WHILE YOU
LEARN" WORKSHOP:
The Career Resource
Center at Northwest
:*Florida State College, in


2368,2392 and 2384 Barberee
Drive, Crestview. Electrical
by Richardson Enterprises. *
Bill Ansley, 8431 Davis Road,
Laurel Hill. Electrical by
homeowner. Larry and
Inge Nutter, 2495 Kingston
Road, Crestview. Electrical
by Crestview Electric Co. *
David and Debora McCabe,
131 Wedgewood Lane,
Crestview. Mechanical by
Casey Electric. McCullough
& Norton Investments, 5846
N. U.S. Highway 189, Baker.
Accessory structures by Sun
Lighting. Jobe Everson,
1158 W. U.S. Highway 90,
Holt. Plumbing by Everson
Plumbing; remodel/build
out by owner. Kenneth and
Julie Nielsen, 6815 Johnson
Lane, Crestview. Demolition
by Jobes Dirt Works. *
Sunflower Land, 3985 E.
U.S. Highway 90, Crestview.
Accessory structures by
owner, commercial build. *
Kathy and Joe Brett.
Plumbing by Lee Byrd
Plumbing.
9/24: Donna and William
Karlek-Watts, 5440 E. Brook
Drive, Crestview. Electric by
Sanders Brothers Electric. *
Raul and Estherlina Campa,


conjunction with the Office
of Personnel Management
at Eglin Air Force Base,
will conduct a free
information workshop,
"Earn While You Learn,"
on Wednesday, from 10 to
11 a.m. in room 128 of the
Learning Resources Center
(library) on the NWF State
College Niceville Campus.
The workshop will
provide information
about Eglin's Student
Educational Employment
Program which offers
college, vocational and
high school students
the opportunity to gain
valuable work experience
by training with personnel
who manage the day-
to-day business of the
national government.
Students participate while
enrolled in school and are
paid for their work.
Reservations are
required for the free
workshop. For more
information or to make a
reservation, contact Sylvia
Niedzwiecki at 729-5227.
COUNTRYSIDE
FESTIVAL Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at
353 Juniper Lake Road
in DeFuniak. Food, fun,
games, a petting zoo,
talent show, country store
and other activities are
planned. Admission is
free, with proceeds going
to the Friendship House
Brain Disorder Support
Foundation.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION:
Visit http: / / choctaw.
floridatrail.org for details
on their upcoming events.
Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. Meet at
Riverwalk Park in Milton
for a walk around town
with dinner following.
Details: (850) 995-4267.
Saturday at 8:30 a.m.
Join the Florida Trail
Association for Three
In One Fun. Hike, bike,
kayak Juniper Creek Trail.
Do one or all. Details:
(850) 474-5359.
Friday-Sunday, Oct. 10-
12. Camping and hiking
at Karick Lake's north
campground. Details 683-
0803.
Sunday, Oct. 12 at 8 a.m.
Garcon Point Trail hike.
Details (850) 623-1646.
Saturday, Oct. 18 at ,8
am. Volunteers needed
for maintenance on Eglin
trails. Details: (850) 341-
1389.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591.
HOBO FESTIVAL
UPDATE: Hobo Festival
Motorcycle Poker Run
($1,000 to win) will take
place on Oct. 11 at Gene
Clary Park in Laurel Hill.
Hobo Festival Car
Show & Shine to be held
during the Hobo Festival
on Oct. 11, at Gene Clary
Park in Laurel Hill.
They still need food,
arts, crafts and other
vendors. For applications
or questions please call
(850) 826-0606.
DECORATING
EXTRAVAGANZA: Oct.
21 at 6 p.m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Shrine Club,
971 U.S. Hwy. 90 Westin
Crestview. This GFWC
Woman's Club holiday


5332 Monterrey Road,
Crestview. Plumbing by
Juan A. Lopez. Margaret
and James Reynolds, 6143
Buck Ward Road, Baker.
General building by CQ
Construction. Crestview
Acquisition Corp., 5486
Fairchild Road, Crestview.
Plumbing by Jack Dollar
Plumbing. Keith and
Sherrie Lewis, 800 Sioux
Circle, Crestview. Accessory
structures by North Okaloosa
Development. Larry and
Inge Nutter, 2495 Kingston
Road, Crestview. Mechanical
by Majik Touch. BCC
Airport, 5583 WS Fairchild
Road,Crestview.Commercial
electrical by Wise Services.
9/25: Jason W. Thomas,
3616 Central Circle, Laurel
Hill. Electrical by Gamble
Construction. Cassady
Homes Corp., 2264 and
2265 Lewis St., Crestview.
Single family permits
by owner. Robert and
Nancy Bennett, Painter
Branch Road, Crestview.
Single Family by Campbell
Construction and devel-
opment. Christopher
Parker, 2788 Lake Silver
Road, Crestview Plumbing


decorating fund-raiser will
feature Crestview native
and nationally recognized
floral designer Kirby Holt.
Tickets are available for
a $10 donation, available
from any GFWC member,
at the door, or by calling
683-9117. Proceeds support
group charities.
TOYS FOR KIDS:
Nov. 2 in the Crestview
Wal-Mart parking lot.
Registration is from 9:30 to
11 a.m. and costs $10 and a
new, unwrapped toy.
All motorcycle
enthusiasts are welcome
to participate in the event,
a ride from Wal-Mart to
the VFW on U.S. Highway
90. Music by Hat Trick, a
cash door prize, and other
activities are planned.

OKALOOSA/SANTA
ROSA/WALTON

HAPPIEST BABY
SEMINAR: Come learn
an extraordinary approach
to calm your baby in
the Happiest Baby Class
on Oct. 14 at 6 p.m. in
the Family Birth Place
classroom at Sacred Heart
Hospital on the Emerald
Coast.
New and expecting
parents will learn step-by-
step ways to help babies
sleep longer in addition to
finding out how to soothe
even the fussiest infant in
minutes or less.
For more information
or to register for the
class, please call (850)
278-3600 or toll-free 1-877-
416-1600 or visit www.
sacredheartemerald.org.
BENEFIT RIDE: A
Dep. Anthony Forgione
Benefit Run sponsored by
Heritage cycles H-D will
be held Saturday, with
proceeds going to his
family. Registration starts
at 9:00 am at Heritage
Cycles, 788 North Beal
Parkway, Ft. Walton Beach.
First bike out at 10 a.m.,
last bike out at 11 a.m., and
last bike in at 2 p.m. The
50/50 drawing and prize
giveaways start at 2:30
p.m. Heritage Cycles Has
Generously Donated $500
in gift certificates.
Cost is $15 per rider
and $20 with passenger.
Additional hands $10.
Cost includes food and
refreshments afterward.
HAUNTED HOUSE
VOLUNTEERS: The Fort
Walton Beach Jaycees are
looking for volunteers for
the 2008 Haunted House
at HarborWalk Village.
Volunteers will help with
construction, decoration,
playing a monster or
working security. Your
organization or group of
friends can decorate and
maintain your own room.
The Haunted House
will be open on Oct. 17, 18,
23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 31 and
Nov.1 from 7 p.m. until
everyone is scared away.
Some benefits of
working there include a
tee shirt, food, drinks and
prizes for best at season
end.
Volunteers should be
16 and older unless a
parent volunteers with
them. Everyone will need
to sign a release form and


and manufactured building
by CJ's Mobile Home
Services. Stacie and Terry
Rembold, 4588 Scarlet Drive)
Crestview. General building
by owner. Sue Colemar{
and Neil Redmond, 3654
New Ebenezer Road, Laurel
Hill. Electrical by Neil
Redmond, Inc. Keith and
Jeanette Grice, 2854 Atoka
Trail, Crestview. Remodel/
build out by homeowner.
9/26: David R. Smitl
Development, 4613 Eagl&
Way, Crestview. Single family
by owner. GT Comm.,
6945 Bill Lundy Road, Laurel
Hill. Electrical by Samni
Enterprises. Raymond
C. Arbuckle, 6909 U.S,
Highway 393, Laurel Hill,
Electrical by Nelson Electrical
Contractors. Roddy H4
and Rosie Steele, 7521 Red
Barrow Road, Baker. General
building by Russell Turner
Roofing. Gary and Gloida
Fehlman, 2548 Lake Sylver
Road, Crestview. Mechanical
by Gordon Air Conditioning
and Associates. Robert anc
Belinda Smith, 6025 Trestlu
St., Crestview. General
building by Vanderheydenj
Inc.


accumulates community
service hours.
Details:
fortwaltonbeachjaycees@
yahoo.com, visit www.
myspace.com/fwbjaycees
or call 642-5292.
The Jaycees are open.
to anyone age 18-40
who wants to develop
leadership skills through
community service
projects.
FOLK ART PAINTING:
The Heritage Museum of
Northwest Florida will
host artist and instructor
Anna Sandlin on the first
and third Wednesday of ,
September, October and I
November for traditional
folk art style painting
classes.
You'll learn folk art,
one-stroke techniques and
create new projects each
class. Classes are held
from 10 a.m. -1 p.m. at i
the Heritage Museum in
Valparaiso. Cost is $35
per class or $30 for HMNF
members. Space is limited.1
Call 678-2615 to register
and for a supply list.
VENDORS NEEDED:
for the Holly Jolly
Christmas Craft Show Dec.,
6 at Destin Community !
Center, 101 Stahlman Ave.,
Destin, from 10 a.m. to 3.
p.m.
The indoor fee for
vendors is $25 per 1
10x10, 6' table spaces. The
outdoor fee is $10 for a
10x10 space. Electrical set
up will be available. : -
Setup is Friday from 5
to 8 p.m. on Friday, and
7:30-9:30 a.m. on Saturday.
Table must be occupied
from 9 to 3 p.m. Other
restrictions include: no'.
animals, alcohol, overnight'
parking, no indoor
tents, no refunds and
no exceptions. Vendors
must clean and vacate the
premises by 5 p.m.
For details call 654-5184.'
ECCA SEASON I
TICKETS: The Emerald
Coast Concert Association
is selling tickets for its Nov.:
16 March 7 season. The
6-series package price will i
be $100 until Oct. 15, after
which the price will go up.
Individual ticket prices
and maybe a Snowbird '
Special, of four concerts
will be published at a later
date.
The season includes a
performance by Nikolai
Massenkoff, international
acclaimed star of The !
Massenkoff Russian Folk
Festival, at the Mattie Kelly
Arts Center on March 7.
For details call (850) 362-
0356.
VENDORS NEEDED:
SThe 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.
Outside 10' x 10'
vendor spaces have added.
Fees are $70 for the larger
outside booths and $60 for
the 6x10 ft. inside booths.
Prospective exhibitors
should contact Marijo
Strauss at 651-5743 or
mstra68337@aol.com for
an application or more
information. '


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WEDNESDAYOCTOBER 1 8


CLASSIFIED


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


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-1oa,1.03 ..,,...1103o,1 .. .
file their claims with this NOT KNOWN TO BE
court WITHIN 3 DEAD OR ALIVE,
MONTHS AFTER THE WHETHER SAID UN-
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- KNOWN PARTIES
V_%_11im pLICATION OF THIS NO- MAY CLAIM AN IN-
ANNOUNCEMENTS TICE. TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
1100 Legal Advertising ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED GRANTEES, OR
.1110 -Classified Notices WITHIN THE TIME PERI- OTHER CLAIMANTS
1120 Public Notices/ ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
Announcements TION 733.702 OF THE LAST KNOWN AD-
1125- Carpools & FLORIDA PROBATE DRESS: UNKNOWN
I Rideshare CODE WILL BE FOREVER
S1130- Adoptions BARRED. CURRENT ADDRESS:
1140 Happy Ads UNKNOWN
150 o-Personals NOTWITHSTANDING
,.,1,160 Lost
.*i' o Found THE TIME PERIODS SET YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
FORTH ABOVE, ANY an action to foreclose a
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) mortgage on the follow-
YEARS OR MORE AFTER in property in
: THE DECEDENT'S DATE OKALOOSA County,
OF DEATH IS BARRED. Florida:
legal # 100400 The date of first ublica- LOT 6A BLROCK .


ton of this notice is Sep-
tember 24, 2008.


In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, let it be AARON B. WENTZ
known that Charlie Attorney for Personal
Brown Climatic Control Representative
Mini Storage, Inc., lo- Florida Bar No.
coated in Valparaiso, 0065810
Okaloosa Couny, Flor- 814A Shadow Lane
ida, gives notice to: Ft. Walton Beach, Fl
32547
Derrick Williams T e I e p h o e :
1409 Beaver Run Road 850-863-8006
NicevilleN Fl 32578 that Fax: 850-863-8009


personal' property stored
in Unit # 16-B shall be
sold to the public on Oc-
tober 2, 2008 at 9:30
am at the mini storage fa-
cility.


Legal # 100406


JACQUE M. RIVAS
Personal Representative
5882 Autumn Chase Cir-
cle
Sanford, FL 32773
09/24/08.
10/01/08


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Legal # 100407
AND FOR
OKALOOSA IN THE CIRCUIT
COUNTY FLORIDA COURT OF THE FIRST
FILE NO. JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IN
2008-CP-001029 DI- AND FOR
VISION: PROBATE OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA


IN RE: ESTATE OF HEDI
M. DUNSTAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
Estate of HEDI M.
DUNSTAN, deceased,
whose date of death was
death May 22 2008, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is P.O. DRAWER
V1359,' CRESTVIEW, FL
32536-1359. The names
and addresses of the Per-
sonal Representative and
the Personal
Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the Dece-
'dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
Decedent's Estate on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be
. served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other-creditors of the
Decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
'mands against
Decedent's Estate must


Take a Break &
Call Carefree Services
to clean your home.
Lic/Ins 850 240-9678

CONRET


i VIL ACTION CASE
NO: CA-1579 S DIVI-
SION:
JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK, NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION AS TRUS-
TEE FOR THE OWMIT
MORTGAGE LOAN AS-
SET BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES SERIES 2006-1,
Plaintiff,
vs
NIKKI L. SLATTERY, et al
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: NIKKI L. SLATTERY
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 205 MATTIES
WAY DESTINY, FL 32541
CURRENT ADDRESS 205
MATTIES WAY DESTIN,
FL 32541
LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS:
WILLIAM SLATTERY
205 MATTIES WAY DES-
TIN FL 32541
CURRENT ADDRESS:
205 MATTIES WAY DES-
TIN, FL 32541


..-.. 1.10,3, ... ... .10o .j
Legal # 100409 manded in the peti-
tion.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST Copies of all court
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF documents in this
FLORIDA IN AND case, including
FOR OKALOOSA orders, are available
COUNTY CASE NO. at the Clerk of the
2008 CA 003021 S Circuit Court's office.
You may review
FLAGSTAR BANK, F.S.B., these documents
Plaintiff, upon request.


JAMES S. WILSON, et.
al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LINDSAY S. WIL-
SON


WHOSE RESIDENCE IS:


KELLY PLANTATION, 520 PELHAM ST FORT
PHASE 1 ACCORD- WALTON BEACH FL,
ING TO THE PLAT 32547 & 6194 bOG-
THEREOF, AS RE- WOOD DRIVE W,
CORDED IN PLAT CRESTVIEW, FL 32536
BOOK 15, PAGE 27,
OF THE PUBLIC REC- If alive, and if dead, all
ORDS OF parties claiming interest
O K A L O O S A by, through, under or
COUNTY, FLORIDA. against LINDSAY S. WIL-
SON and all parties hav-
has been filed against ing or claiming to have
ou and you are required any right, title or interest
fo serve a copy of your in the property described
written defenses, if an herein.
on or before October 31
2008, on Florida Default YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
Law Group, P.L., an action for Foreclosure
Plaintiff's attorney, whose of Mortgage on the fol-
address is 9119 Corpo- lowing described prop-
rate Lake Drive, Suite erty:
300, Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi- LOT 3 BLOCK 4, WIN-
nal with this Court either THROP PLACE, AC-
before service on CORDING TO THE MAPR
Plaintiff's attorney or im- OR PLAT THEREOF AS
mediately thereafter; oth- RECORDED IN PLAT
erwise a default will be BOOK 2, PAGE(S) 191
entered against you for PUBLIC RECORDS OF
the relief demanded in OKALOOSA COUNTY,
the Complaint or petition. FLORIDA.
WITNESS my hand and a/k/a 520 PELHAM ST
the seal of this Court on FORT WALTON, FL
this 19 day of Septem- 32547
ber, 2008. .


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
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
Sroceedinq. 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 Act-
ministration at 1250 N


ANY AND ALL UN- Eglin Parkway
KNOWN PARTIES F, 32579;
CLAIMING BY, number (850]
T H R O U G H prior to the proc
UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE 09/24/2008
HEREIN NAMED IN- 10/01/2008
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE


Airlines Are Hiring -
Train for high paying Avi-
ation Maintenance Ca-
reer. FAA approved pro-
gram. Financial aid if
qualified Job placement
assistance. Call Aviation
Institute of Maintenance
(8881349-5387.


American Concrete ________....
Driveways, Tear Outs,
Replacements, Sidewalks Learn to Operate a
Bobcat Work. Free est. Crane or Bull Dozer
543-7743 Heavy Equipment Train-
Sing. National Certifica-
LATHAM CONCRETE tion. Financial & Place-
Robert Latham ment Assistance. Georgia
Masonry, Contractor School of Construction.
Li./Ins. Since 1977 www.Heavy5.com Use
Alltypes of Concrete code "FLCNH" or call
work. House slabs, (866)218-2763.
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
every job.
Also Bobcat work.
Free est.
682-0137
Cell 826-1672
Farm Direct
Stamped Concrete Centipede, St. Augustine,
Cool Deck & Exposed Zoysia, Bermuda.
Aggregate. Slabs, Powiv e r & install.
was hing Remove, Re- Call 244-6651
place & Repair Lic./Ins. Suncoast Sod Farms
Free est. 305-1258______


Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling
Additions, Concrete
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383
Lasco Handyman
Inc. Licensed and In-
sured. Honest and de-
pendable, references.
Call Terry 902-3928

Small Job Specialist,
no job to small. Painting,
stucco, stone, drywaTI
debris removal ecf. call
Allen 8,26-351 .


WALKER LAWN
MAINTENANCE
Mowing, Trimming,
Pruning, One time or
year round. Licensed
and insured 537-4419
References Available






MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
censed & Insured. Free
estimates. Ph. 682-5347.
Senior citizen discounts.


/, Shalimar,
telephone
d651-7497,
oceeding.


Rescreen windows &
doors or New Screen
frames. Also patio
rescreening or new
screen rooms by profes-
sional call DIY Screen
Co. 682-4445







Price's Quality
Tree Service
850-398-1169
10% off your next tree
Lob with his Ad! Offer
Expires: 10-31-2008


SHEETS TREE SERVICE
Exp. Tree Trimming and
Removal, Stump Removal.
50ft Bucket Truck and
Brush Chipper.
Free est. Lic./Ins.
689-3429/398-3347
758-8619








TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, sar-
ages portable shs,
CARPORTS
Call for best
prices in town!
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Single carport $595
Double only $695
850) 983-2296
850 206-4008


has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it, on Nwabufo
Umunna, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address


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, including dis-
missal or striking, of
pleadings.
Dated: September 5,
2008
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: K Broom
Deputy Clerk
09/10/08
09/17/08
09/24/08
10/01/08

LEGAL #120094


view, FL, 32536-3515; Happy Jack Onex:
telephone number woun dressing reels
(850)689-5000, Exten- wound drein repatchels
sion 7497, prior to the flies and kills hatching
on 7497, price or tSho telarae. Prevents infection.
roceeding4or Shalimar P a m o t e s
850)651-7497 healinoc...OKALOOSA
IMPORTANT GRAIN FEED STORE
In accordance with the w.hac6 8 2 9 3 3 3
Americans with Disabili- happyck
ties Act, persons with dis- inc.com
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic- .- gT l "l
ipate in this proceeding : -I
should contact Court Ad- | |
ministration at 1250 N. 2130
Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar,
FE, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497, OfU T
prior to the proceeding. NEW T


For Sale: Hay, Coastal
Bermuda, Round bales
only $30. er bale $35.
delivered Call 682-8034
Leave Message


10/01/2008
10/08/2008

LEGAL #120096
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, Self Service
Storage Center, Inc., Lo-
cated" at 901 Industrial
Drive in Crestview, Flor-
ida will offer for sale to
the the highest bidder the
household and other
goods stored in the be-
ow listed units of Self
Service Storage Center,
Inc. Mini Warehouses.
Said goods are to be
sold to recover the rents
not paid by the tenant.
Unit # B-5 Don York 927
W. James Lee Blvd. #3
Crestview, Florida
32539
This sale shall take place
on Friday, October 10,
2008 at 9:00A.M. at the
Self Service Storage Cen-
ter location.
10/01/2008


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR 1110
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE E
NO.: 46-008-CA- 54
46-2008-CA-004654


is 290 Stirling Road DIVISION: FILE NO: Closeout Sale
Suite 300, Fort Laud- F08061913 50% OFF Cut
erdale, Florida 33312 50% OF Cut
on or before November THE BANK OF NEW Semi-precious Gem-
6, 2008, and file the YORK AS TRUSTEE stones, 40% off all Gem-
original with the Clerk of FOR THE BENEFIT OF stone and select crystal
this Court either before THE CERTIFI- czech beads. Friday thru
service on Plaintiff's atfor- CATEHOLDERS Sunday at the Rock Shop,
ney o immediately there- ASSET-BACKED CER- Pace. Please go to
after; otherwise a default TIFICATES, SERIES ace lease go to
will be entered against 2007-3, www.pearid erocksh
you for the relie de- Plaintiff, com. or call 94-6883.
handed in the complaint. I
vs. Donate Your Vehicle
WITNESS my hand and *Receive $1000 Grocery
the seal of this Court this ADRIAN WOMACK, Coupon United Breast
25 day of September, et al, Cancer Foundation Free
2008 Defendant(s). Mammograms, Breast
Cancer Info*
Don W. Howard NOTICE OF ACTION www.ubcf.info Free Tow-
As Clerk of the Court ing, Tax Deductible,
By: Kitty Sims TO: ADRIAN Non-Runners Accepted,
As Deputy Clerk WOMACK LAST (888)468-5964.
KNOWN ADDRESS:
A copy of this Notice of 1820 HEARTLAND Run your ad State-
Action, Complaint and Lis DRIVE FORT WALTON widely Run your classified
Pendens were sent to the BEACH, FL 32547 ad in over 100 Florida I
defendants and address CURRENT ADDRESS: newspapers reaching I
named above. UNKNOWN over 4 Million readers.
ANY AND ALL UN- Call this newspaper or
In accordance with the KNOWN PARTIES (866)742-1373 for more
Americans with Disabili- CLAIMING BY, details or visit:
ties Act, persons needing THROUGH UNDER, www.florida-classifieds.com
a reasonable accommo- AND AGAINST THE_
dation to participate in HEREIN NAMED, IN-
this proceeding should DIVIDUAL DEFEND- I" AOPION
no later than seven (7j ANT(S) WHO ARE
days prior contact the NOT KNOWN TO BE 1130 I
Clerk of the court's disa- DEAD OR ALIVE,
ability coordinator at WHETHER SAID UN- Pregnant? Considering
8506517497, 1250 N KNOWN PARTIES adoption? A married cou-
EGLIN PKWY SUITE MAY CLAIM AN IN- pie, large extended fam- I
A114 SHALIMAR FL, TEREST AS SPOUSE, ily, seeks to adopt. Finan- I
32579. If hearing im- HEIRS DEVISEES, call secure. Expenses
paired, contact TDD) GRANTEES, OR paid Call KAREN & I
8009558771 via Florida OTHER CLAIMANTS KEVIN. (ask for
Relay System. LAST KNOWN AD- michelle/adam). (800)
DRESS: UNKNOWN 790-5260. FL Bar#
This is an attempt to CURRENT ADDRESS: 0150789
collect a debt. Any UNKNOWN_
information ob- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
tamed will be used an action to foreclose a 111FPES
for that purpose, mortgage on the follow-
in property in 1
-- OKALOOSA County,
Florida: Sin le white male 70 I
Legal # 100436 LOT 2 BLOCK C 5'8 170bs. Looking for
COVENTRY PARK a slender white lady
IN THE CIRCUIT VILLAGE PHASE ONE 65-72. I am easy going I
COURT OF THE FIRST ACCORDING TO THE and easy to please. Just
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN PLAT THEREOF, RE- need a good woman to
AND FOR CORDED IN PLAT share and do things to-
OKALOOSA BOOK 11, PAGES 20 ether. Please write RLB
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND 21 OF THE .O. Box 876, Crest-
CASE NO.: PUBLIC RECORDS OF view, FL 32536, or call
2008-DR-3750 DIVI- O K A L 0 O S A (850) 689-8038
SION: TRK COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against i
IN RE: CHANGE OF you and you are required ir FOUND
NAME fo serve a copy of your I
written defenses, if any,| 1170
DWINDALIN DENIECE on or before November
SMITH, 4, 2008, on Florida De- Found Pit Bull Call
Petitioner/ Mother fault Law Group, P.L, (850) 306-5092 to iden-
Plaintiff's attorney, whose tify.
and address is 9119 Corpo--- -
rate Lake Drive, Suite
TERRY JAMES FURLOW, 300, Tampa, Florida. -~
JR., 33634 and file the origi- I. .
Respondent/ Father nal with this Court either /
before service on
NOTICE OF ACTION Plaintiff's attorney or im-
FOR CHILD NAME mediately thereafter; oth-.,
CHANGE erwise a default will be
Entered against you, for ,1* -V V
TO: TERRY JAMES the relief demanded in S a
FURLOW, JR. the Complaint or petition. PETS & ANIMALS
LAST KNOWN AD- This notice shall be pub- 2100-Pets
DRESS 6333 Posada lashed once each week 2110 Pets: Free to
Court, Palmdale CA for two consecutive Good Home
93552 weeks in the Creslview 2120 Pet Supplies
News Bulletin. WITNESS 2130 Farm Animals/
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that my hand and the seal of Supplies
an action has been filed this Court on this 23 day 2140 Pets/Livestock
against you and you are of September, 2008. Wanted
required to serve a copy Don W. Howard 2150 Pet Memorials
of your written defenses, Clerk of the Court
if an, it on By: KiE y Sims
DWINDALIN DENIECE As Deputy Clerk
SMITH, whose address is
105 NIVANA DRIVE, Florida Default Law | 2100
CRESTVIEW, FL 3253 Group PPO Bx Lookin for a Regisered
on or before October 17, 2501o Tampa, Florida Toy Poodle for Stud.
2008, and file the origi- 33622-5018 80- 82-8815
nal with the clerk of this 850-682-8815
Court at Okaloosa IMPORTANT
County Courthouse, In accordance with the
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, Americans with Disabili- PROFESSIONAL
Shalimar, FL 32579 be- ties Act, persons with dis- PET
fore service on Petitioner abilities needing special GROOMING
or immediately thereafter, accommodation to partic- Certified pet groomer
If you fail to do so, a pate in this proceeding in Crestview accepting
default may be en- should contact Court Aa- new clients. Call 85 I
tered against you ministration at 101 James 3983250 for ppt
for the relief de- L ,,,,I,, F-r 398-3250 or pppt.


NEW TOJAV

Baker
Multi Family
Yard Sale
1699 Pickens Circle
Baker, FL. Saturday,
Oct 4, 7AM until.
Directions: Approxi-
mately 1 mile up Hwy
4 turn ripht by Milljian
Assemb Y of God
Church fake first right
bottom of hill on left.
Toys, clothes, misc
baby items household
items and much more.
Sneak preview Friday
evening 10/3 6-8PM.
1699 Pickens Circle,
Baker 537-4261.

Crestview



Ginormous
Multi Family
Indoor/Outdoor
Rummage Sale
Sat 7 12
302 Adams Dr. No rea-
sonable offers refused.
Crestview'
3-FAMILY YARD
SALE!
Sat Oct 4 8-Until, 208
McArthur St. Furniture,
what-nots, lots of items


Crestview
Yard Sale
Fri & Sat 7am-?
Tools, furniture, books,
clothes, and misc.
525 Tom
Sawyer Lane
Riverchase Subdivision
Crestview
Yard Sale
Fri. Sat. & Sun.
8am-1 pm, 5421
Constitution Rd. Bongos,
books, & lots of misc.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Oct. 4th 7am-? 152
Shady Lane. From 85 N
turn left @ Park Ln. then
right @ Shady Ln. Variety
of Items.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. 7 11am
429 Alonzo Dr.
PJ Adams to Northview
to Christopher to Alonzo
398-8049

Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. Oct. 4, 8am-? 3205
Auburn Rd.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat.Oct. 4th, 7am-1 pm
5794 Kellie Dr. hoff a-
ley Rd) Something for
everyone. CHEAPIII


NEW TODAY NEW TODAY


Crestview
Big Yard Sale
248 Bracewell St Fri &
Sat 4th-5th from 7-?? Lots
of $1 items.
Crestview
Cul-De-Sac Sale!
Oct. 4, 7am-12pm, 221
Hunter Dr. household
items tires, fishing equip.
washer, dryer, antique
rendering elkes.
Crestview
Garage Sale
Sat. 7 10am
524 Tom
Sawyer Lane
Baby's, men's, &
women's clothing, and
household items.


appliance repair, -ppli- NEW T00 "
tnce parts 213 N. Main
Street, call 689-1007. Crestview
After hours 305-8515 Huge. Inside
42- O Yard Sale
AUCTOS429 N
s310 Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
abalauction.com Cal- Park. 240-9678
houn CTY Altha, FL. 3
BD 3.5 BA on White Crestview
Pond. On Line Bidding Multi-Family
Nowl Live Auction Oct.
16 850-510-2501. Sat7- 1lam
AB2387 Lots of furniture & morel
6016 Bud
Moulton Rd.


NEW TODAY


Over 20 colors in stock, Crestview
several profiles to choose MULTI-FAMILY
rom. Quick turnaround.
Delivery available. YARD SALE!
352498-0778, Sat. Oct. 4, 7AM-Noon,
888 393-0335. 811 Cloverview Dr.
wwwGulfCoastSupply.com (Country View Estates)
Furniture & Baby items.


3220 NW ODA
A Brand Name Kin Pil- .
Iowtop set. New inPla s Crestview.
ic w/warr. $200. Can MULTI-FAMILY YARD
Deliver 850-255-3050 SALEI
__Sat. Oct. 4 7AM -
Al Brand New Queen Noon, 312 Powell Dr.
Pillowtop Set. In plastic ff Texas Pkwy)Clothes
w/warrr. $165.Delivery Kids thru plus size, Furni-
available 850-255-3050 ture & toys.
Crestview
Beautiful Multi-Family
Antique 4 piece Yard/Moving
Bedroom Suite Sale
Early 20th century, dark Fri. & Sat. 8am-? 2 mile
wood with appliqued East on Hwy 90. watch
hand carved wood de- for signs Furniture, glass
car double size bed. wear home items. To
02-1923. ( ) much to list. Don't miss it
Bed A 100% all new Full Crestview
size mattress set in plastic Multi-Moving
w/warranty. $119.00. Sale
8B0-255-3050 Oct.4th 7am-? 3014 Co-
-- lonial Cir. Leather Jacket,
Solid wood bunk bed prom dress, men's,
without mattresses. Has 5 women & teen girls
drawer storage, 3 shelf cloths, truck tool box, fur-
bookcase & built in desk' niture, other misc.
w/ drawers. Asking
$250. OBO. Crestview
SOLDIII Neighborhood
Yard Sale
SSat. Oct 4, 7am-2 Mount
914 0 1 MR Olive Estates. 7 miles
320 I Hwy 90 East.to Mount
,"h,,_ R .l 4 D ft llo,,, .; .


NEW TODAY
Auburn


GARAGE SALE!
Sat. Oct. 4, 9AM-1PM
3142 Audrey Dr. (N.85',
Tools new & old. Much
morel


NEW TODAY

Baker
Big Yard Sale
Sat, Oct 4th. 9am-2. Just
north of traffic light in
baker on the left. Look for
si ns, too much to list.
537- 3064


Baby items, name brand
cloths, wedding decor,
furniture, household items
& much more


NEW TODAY
Crestview
Sidewalk Sale
Sat. Oct. 4 from 8am-??
504 N Main St, Down-
town Crestview across
from the Courthouse.
Glassware, Furniture,
Lamps, Home Decor,
Misc Household Items.
Pictures, Antiques, Cor-
lectibles & Jewelry.
Storewide SALEI Items
REDUCED and PRICED to
SELLI 850-398-6557


MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
310 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
hers, mantels, cuckoos,
we bu antiques, Call
689-1.607
sal-.uu


NOTICE OF SALE


3150
Metal Roofing. Buy di-
rect from manufacturer.


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Crestview
YARD SALE
Sat. Oct. 4, 7AM 2PM,
2415 Woodbine Dr.
Furniture Household
items fishing gear, tools,
home decor, priced to
gol
Crstview
Yard Sale
Sat 7 noon
Furniture, clothes, decor,
exercise equipment, elec-
trical, and misc.
Holt
6 Family Yard
Sale
4785 Galfiver Cut-Of
Lots and Lots of New
baby items. Yard sale
price.
Mossy Head
3-Family Yard Salel
Oct. 2 3 & 4 8AM4PM,
5556 Hwy 393 (Off of
Hwy 90 East, past
Maddox Store) Follow
signs, to much to list
Come check us out..


NEW TODAY

Mossy Head
YARD SALE
Fri. & Sat Oct. 3 & 4,
8AM Until, 5425 Hw/
393 (1 mile off Hwy 90
To much to list

Moving Sale Sat. the
4th 7 am 1091 Farmer
St. Crestview. Appliances
dishes


NEW TDrAY

North of Crestview
3-FAMILY YARD
SALE!
Sat. Oct 4 7AM-1PM,
7257 Hwy 5 N. (7 mi-
les north of CHS). Home
Int., Christmas Decor, An-
tiques, Maternity & De-
signer clothes & ools.


NEW TODAYo

Tanning bed. new bronz-
ing bulbs. $550 firm.
902-2607 call 4pm-8pm

TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
er. Call Jackie
682-4305


32SO
Jumbo Green &
boiled peanuts. Holland
Farms 1-877-675-6876




Unbelievable
Dental
Benefits
Save up to 80% on all
dental work only
$14.95-19.95/mo.
Also available: health
benefits $29.95-
59.95/mo. Please
Call: Ashley Johnson
(850) 689-8679



3300
Attend College Online
from Home. 'Medical,
*Business *Paralegal,
*Computers, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement as-
sistance. Computer avail-
able. Financial Aid if
qualified. Call
(866)858-2121
www.CenturaOnline.com


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8 Crestview News Bulletin


CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1,2008


-- 3300
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Turkey Shoot begins on
September 20 @ 9:00
am, and each Saturday
Excellent Prizes. Hwy
90E to Fairchild Rd. Fol-
low Signs.
Glass sliding doors
w/screen 72XB0 $50.,
Two sizeable sliding
drawers for cabinets
50. Oak desk w/chair
150. call 689-0419
If you enjoy dining out,
why not enhance your ex-
perence by relaxing to
hhe live piano sound of
16 yr old Jordan
Colclasure Every Sat. at
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Now Availablel 2008
Post Office Jobs.
$18-$20/Hr. No Experi-
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Benefits Vacations. Call
8800)910-9941 Todayl
REF #FL08.
STATEMENT OF
OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT AND
CIRCULATION
Publication:
Crestview New Bulletin
295 W. James Lee Blvd
Crestview, FL 32536 '
Publication Number
010-209
Filing Date:
September 26, 2008
Issue Frequency
Twice a Week
Published Annually:
105
Annual Subscription
Price:
$31.20 in County
36.20 out of County
Contact Person:
Darrell Snyder
850-3154480
Complete Mailing Ad-
dress of Known Office of
Publication and General
Business Office of Pub-
lisher:
295 W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, Florida
32536


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Information






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We are seeking a PT
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Crestview, FL 32536.
Web ID #27828417


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$3200/mo
to drive new cars w/ads.
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Publisher:
Jason Mobley Healthcare
295 W. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, Florida Medical
32536 Crestview.


Editor:
Kyle Wright
295 W. James Lee Blvd
Crestview, FL 32536
Managing Editor
N/A
Owner:
Florida Freedom News-
paper, Inc
(a Florida Corporation)
P.O. Box 1940
Panama City, FL 32402
Freedom Newspapers,
Inc
(a Delaware Corpora-
tion)
P.O. Box 19549
Irvine, CA 92713
Known Bondholders
Mortgages, and Other
Security Holders Owning
or Ho ding 1 Percent or
More of Total Amount of
Bonds, Mortgage, or
Other Securities:
Freedom Newspapers
Acquisitions, Inc.
17666 Fitch
Irvine CA 92614
Freedom Communica-
tions, Inc.
17666 Fitch
Irvine, CA 92614
Publication Title:
Crestview News Bulletin
Issue Date for Circulation
Data: August 30, 2008
Extent and Nature of Cir-
culation- Average No.
Copies Each Issue During
Precoding 12 months;
Actual N0.Copies of Sin-
gle Issue Published
Nearest to Filing Date.
Total Number of Copies:
Average: 3054
Actual 2378
Paid Circulation
Mailed Outside-County
Paid Subscriptions Stated
on PS Form 3541:
Average: 121
Actual 108
Mailed In- County Sub-
scriptions Stated on PS
Form 3541:
Average: 1481
Actual 1344
Paid Distribution Outside
the Mails Including Sales
Through Dealers and
Carriers,Street Vendors,
Counter Sales, and Other
Paid Distribution Outside
USPS:
Average: 886
ActuaF 1670
Paid Distribution by
Other Classes of Mail
Through the USPS:
Avera e:0
ActuaL 0
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Avera e: 2488
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Total Distribution
Average: 2488
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Copies not Distributed:
Avera e: 566
Actua: 256
Total:
Average: 3054
Actual: 2378
Percent Paid:
Avera e: 100
Actual 100
Publication of Statement
of Ownership:
October 1, 2007


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sential Write Box 11,
2260 S Ferdon, Crest-
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tion furnished on this
form is true and com-
plete. I understand that
anyone who furnishes
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Smationon this form or Quality Assurance/Safety
who omits material or in-
formation requested on Mystery
the form may be sub ect stery
to criminal sanctions Shoppers
(including fines and im- Earn up to $150 per
prisonment) and/or civil day. Undercover shop-
sanctions (including civil pers needed to judge re-
penalties.2 fail and dining estab-
October 1,2008. lishments. Experience not


required. lease call
10/1/2008 1-877-664-5368
10/4/2008 Web ID #27821849
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-1 6110
Furnished 1 BR for ma-
&.' L ture person, no smoking
or ets. Utility ies Furnished
$550. Call 689-1318
BUSINESS & FINANCIAL] *
5100 BusinessI
Opportunities | 6130
5110- Money to Lend Crestve 305 Pu
Crestview 305 Purl
Adams 2 b 1 1/2ba
W/D $705/mo + dep.
o 0Avail now 5434742
Crestview- 3 br 2V2
All Cash Candy Route ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart.
Do you earn $800 in a Pets ok. $900/mo. Avail
dayd 30 Local Machines 10/15 496-2563
and Candy $9,995.
888)629-9968
M2000033. Call Us:
We will not beb T
undersold! | 6140
3BR/2BA half acre on
Financial Freedom for Aurora Dr. $800.;
you. $1000/day return- 3BR/2BA half acre on E.
?M phone calls. Not Chestnut $1000.;
M.M. No buying or sell- 3BR/2BA 1810 sf. on
ing products. Legal, Limestone $1095.;
moral and ethical. 3BR/2BA on half acre,
www.mygoldplan.com/ Pool w/pool mainte-
bigmoney nance. Property Profes-
888)276-8596. sionals 683-1714
Guaranteed Weekly 4BR/2BA, Antioch Es-
Settlement Check. Join tates $1100.; 4BR/2BA
Wil-Trans Lease Operator 2403sf. Old Bethel Es-
Program. Get the Benefits states $1400.; 4BR/4BA
of Being a Lease Holly Hills, pool, pond, 2
Operator without any of acres, $1600. Property
the Risk. 1866) Professionals 683-1714
O0n'9 OOO AA..,* L. b'


6140 6140 | 6140 0
Crestview: S. 1-10. 3BR
2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+ Rent to Own
dep. Flex lease for mili- Crestview- Owner
*E TOtary. 850-502-9340 financed. 3 br, I ba,
.~ T aVI 850-502-9340 $690 mo. includes taxes
tEW TU0 FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer & insurance) with $3000
construction house w/ down. 537-9798
Crestview- 3 br 1 ba fenced yard available for ------
duplex, CH&A. Con- lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
pletely renovated, all cation to both bases.
new carpet, ceramic tile Terms negotiable. $1200
floors, new cabinets & mo. Call 850 699-2189 W T


alliances. N pets.
$6b0mo+dd. 6824024


NEW TODAY
Crestview 3BR/1BA
600. mo $400. dd.
462 Savage St. call
682-3931'


NEW TODAY

Crestview
2/1 Duplex
New carpet / freshly
painted, $600 mo/$600
DD, pets ok with addi-
tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri


NEW TODAY

Crestview
3/1 Duplex
New carpet / freshly
painted, $700 mo/$700
DD, pets OK with addi-
tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri



Crestview 3br 2ba,
$500/mo + $500 dep.
795 Barrow t.
398-2284


Crestview- Auburn area
Nice brick 3br, 2ba. No
pets/smoker. Lease
750 mo. 682 8356.


NEW TfloAy
Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker
*1112 Country Living Rd
3 br, 2 ba; $950
Crestview
* 116 Hampton Dr-
2 br 1.5 ba; $535
* 3689 Cosson Circle -
3 br, 2 ba; $600
* 216 Virginia St-
2 br 1.5 b;a $625
* 2377 Lake Silver Rd -
2 br, 1 ba; $650
* 694 Lee Ave -
3 br, 1 ba; $675
* 1704 1st Ave-
3 br 1.5 ba; $700
* 262 Virginia St -
2 br 1.5 ha; $700
* 315 Brackin St-
3 br 1 ba; $725
* 266 Virginia St
2 br, 1.5 a, $750 .
* 329 John king Rd-
3 br, 2 ba; $800
* 106 Corwin Dr-
2 br 2.5 ba; $800
* 107 Corwin Dr -
2 br 2.5 ba; $800
* 698 Lee Ave -
4 br, 2 ba; $800
* 134 Swayin Pine Ct -
3 br 2.5 ba; $25
* 2805 Wilson Ln -
3 br 2ba;'$900
* 6462 Moonlight Ln -
2 br, 2 ba; $1150
0 5442 E Brook Dr -
4 br 2 ba; $1200
* 6317 Havenmist Ln -
4 br, 2 ba; $1250
* 2704 Ashley Maria Ct
3 br, 2 ba $1250
*3280 Chappelwood Dr
4 br, 2 ba; $1400

NEW roTlAY

Janet Johnson.
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
pportunity
692-1800


7U-/YO ., Must Ue 2.
Own a Recession Proof fI DAV
Business Established ac- fW
counts with the average
owner earning over
$200K a year call 24/7 Century 21
(866)622-8892 Code X 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
S6117 Magnolia
3br, 2ba, $775mo+dd
1 143 Lonnie Jack
3 br, 2ba $880mo+dd
6100 Business/ 4638 Falcon Way
Tomm- sercial 3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd
6110 Apartments 220 Water Oak
6120 Beach Rentals 3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd
6130 Condo/Townhouse 0 5474 Haburn St.
6140 House Rentals 3 br 2 ba, $900
6150 Roommate Wanted 309 John King
6160 Rooms for Rent 3 br 2 ba $800
6170 Mobile Home/Lot *513 WingSpan Way
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals 3br, 2'2ba $775+dd
6190 Timeshare Rentals 0 6117 Magnolia
6200 Vacation Rentals 3 br 2 ba $775
02413 Half Moon
3 br, 2ba $1200+dd
6100 4 br, 2 1/2 ba, $1000
Coldwell Banker United
NEA Realtors 117 Courthouse
NEWfI l Terrace, Crestview, FI
32536 (850) 689-1515
Commercial office space or 8501 682-5922-EHO
for Lease 828 N. Ferdon e307 Walnut Ave, 1br,
Blvd. 682-2735 ba, 70sf $425 triplex
Blv. 82275 305 Walnut Ave 2br
1ba,.900sf, $500 end
NEW TO A uy m u309 Walnut Ave. 2br.
S1ba 900sf, $500 end
unit
Crestview For lease 0 230 Runnymeade Dr
Commercial Space 798- 2br, 1.5ba 930sf $600
A&B S. Main St. Lawn Service&quarterly
682-2735 pest control provided -
end unit
238 Runnymeade Dr.
... l /lf l l ~2br. 1.5ba, 930 sf,
IEW I o $600, lawn service &
quarterly pest control pro-
For Lease Main Street vided- interior unit
location. 201 N. Main 130 Patton St 2br, 1ba
St. Call 682-2735 900sf $625 no pets al-
,_,___, __-, _. ~ lowed
418 Brown PI 2br,
I, 1ba 1066sf $675 S of
NEW rTU -10* 6106 Magnolia Lane -
3br,1.5ba 1 26sf $695-
For Lease, Newly Re 1 st months rent free
modeled Commercial 0 8146 8th Ave 3br,2ba
Space 176-178 S. Indus- 1355sf $750 Laurel Hill
trial Drive. 682-2735 0 152 Saw ginPines CT
3br2.5 ba 309sf -
-$880 End Unit
Office in Crestview 0 747 Majestic Dr
South of 1-10. Call (850) 3br2,5ba 1424sf -
306-5091 $85"1 months free rent -
--South of 1-10
S0 118 Campbell Dr
S3br,2ba 1207sf $850 -
O E & pets with approval
LI iI61 0 5720 Reinke Dr 3br,
2ba 1253sf $850 pets
NlW" Tfllr iAY 9 50 Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba
EWl IVt 1165sf $850 1 months
rent free to military
1 mo Free Renti o2904 Orchidcrest Dr.
Cr. Few et 4br 2ba, 1600sf, $875
Crestview- 2br, Iba, /2 months free rent
ce; g,-,te. No pets 238 Tiffot Ct 3br,2ba
o ep,12 1620sf $899 1st
mo lease req. 585-6985 month's rent free
4713 Connor Dr 4br,
S2ba 1748sf. $925 -
.... rlln l South of 1-10 free
NMEW II1 months rent toMilitary
9 2834 Atoka Trail 4br
Broakmeade Villas 2ba 1953sf. $995- 1f
Apts. I apartment months rent free to mil
available now for the eld- r507 White Oak Lane
ery, handicapped & dis- 50.Wit.Ok.an
elbirs r 2ba 1850sf $995
abed. 102 Noble Circle ^. 2 8 $ -
e 102272 TDD2bleCir Firs MonthsRent Free
Cresview F l 2140 Hagood Loop
850-689-2272 TDD/1T'Y 4 2ba 2254sf,
711. Equal Housing Op- 25 spit bedroom
potuny. floor plan
*1235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
Crestview 2br 1ba 2ba, 1758sf, $1125
duplex Large fenced yard large fenced back yard
$650mo. 2912 B Cres- 0 248 Limestone Cir
cent Ave. 537-0141 3br,4ba 1866sf $1200 -
no pets allowed
Crestview- 2 br 1 ba, 4180 Big Buck Trail,
$650/mo + $650 dep' 4br 2ba, 1823sf,
No petsl Oct 1st 850 $1215 no pets allowed
398-5757 or 420-1517 228 Riverchase Blvd
4br,2ba 2555sf. $1300
Crestview Bent k1 st months rent free
Crestview Bent Creek 0 301 Sunesta CT 4br
Apts II Vouchers Ac- ba 2547 sf $1300 10/
cepted. Rental assistance military discount or ,/2
may be avail. 1 & 2BR Month s Rent free to Mili-
HC'& non-HC accessible tary
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. 435 Hatchee Dr 4 br,
Crestview FL. Call 850 2 ba, 2250sf, $1300
682-5563, TDD/TTY all appliances included.
711. Equal Housing Op- a52l Clint Mason Rd.
portunity 3br 2.5ba, 1878sf
$1400 pets allowed w/
Crestview Inn approval
Motel $35 daily $165 For further information
wk, efficiency $200 Wk. and to apply online,
$600 4 weeks. Call please visit our website
682-4466 at: www.cburpm.com


Crestview Spacious
2500sf, qreat location,
pets ok, $1200/mo. Da-
vid 850-826-1662


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Booker St.
500 2 br, 1 ba
231 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br, 2 ba, 2 cgS of -10
391 Riverchase
$1150, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
*139 Stephens Lane,
$850 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC
* 1524 Long Needle Ct,
$1000, 3, 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
Venice New 1 and 2
bedroom homes from'
$900 per month in active
lifestyle community with
waterfront sites, resort
amenities, on-site activi-
ties and events.
(866)823-8960.


I 6170
16x80 M.H. 3br:/ 2ba
w/ W/D hook up,
CH&A, $695 per mo.,
$500 dep. 682-1266
3BR/2BA on 3122
Auburn Rd. Large yard.
no ets $600. mo&
$600.dd call 546-1960
Auburn area3br, 2ba,
large yard. Large trailer.
No smoke/pets. $550
mo. $575dd. 240-0890


NMfEW TlDAY
Crestview Newly Re-
modeled 2br, 1 ba,
$450mo. Quiet park. No
pets. Military & seniors
welcome. 850-585-8192
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









Crestview


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Laurel Hill 2BR, split 4br, 3ba, 2500sqft S of
bath, stove, fridge, air & 110, great view in great
heat. Avail Oct 1. $500. neighborhood, Brick
mo+utils 850-652-4155 home, 419 Christopher
Drive. $219,000. Call to
.... TnnlV see today-259-1327.


Crestview, 114 Jacob N W IU
St. 3br 2ba, 1100sf. Lg.
yard $875/mo. Pet/ Milligan 3BR/2BA
smoking ok. 652-285 Near Hwy 90 Brand new
$875.265 or+ dd call
685-2650 or 682-0965


NEW TODAY
Crestview, 2 br, 1 ba,
CH&A, section 8 ap-
proved. 740 Dixie Street,
$585mo, $500 dd.
683-8928 or 758-1609


Crestview, FL
Beautiful
Crestview
Home For Rent
Great Neighborhood,
close to everything,
largeyard 230 sf un-
furnished 4 BR, 2.5 BA
2 car gara.e. Call
850-259-1560.


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7100

S ldeted
FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on auiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel liances, corner
FP w/aI brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated elecfronc irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
nk back yard perfect
for ets. 299,000.
Call 850 226-6754


LOOK

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




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


7120
484 Wilson Street
Perfect location
2580sqft
Only $1799
per month
2580sqft $1799 per
month. Wow Act Now.
18 parking spots, great
traffic Crestview. New
carpet, paint profes-
sional building. Call
Dino Sinopoli RE/MAX
A agency One
850-974-7778

FWB Commercial
1035 N. Beal $2600mo
509K, www.owners.com


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
1866)696-5263 x4576.
Baker 2 acres with 2
mobile homes for sale all
included. Call 217-0571
WILL FINANCE
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



2 br, 2 ba, CH&A, $10K
3 br, 2 ba, CH&A,$13K
Both in FWB. Must sell by
9/28/08. 259-2180,



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


7190
res with great view, very
private, big trees, water-
falls & large public lake
nearby, $49,500 call
now (66)789-8535.
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-
ketlI Call Now
(803)826-6033 (Brokers
protected .
Steal My Marshfront
Owner sacrificelll Drop
dead gorgeous
Marshfront. My neighbor
paid $389,900. I'll sell
mine for less than the
bank repo's. My six fig-
ure loss is your gain.
$229,900. tall:
(888)306-4734
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.
330699-2741 or
8661550-5263, Ask
About Mini Vacationl


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110-Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
B140 -Vans
8150 Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Molorhomes



1995 Lincoln Town car
(Spinnaker) in good
cond. Need to sell
bought a newer one.
$3500. Very nice. call
537-9611 or 826-2897
2001 Ford Mustang Co-
bra. Good Condition
Yellow color PW PL, 5
spd, low miles $11,500.
call 758-5057


8120
Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K,mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/blk
soft top (619) 204-1406




GMC
Sierra 1500 SLE
Ext Cab '02
Deep Royal Blue with
ray cloth interior,
/C, AM/FM w/CD,
Pwr windows, door
locks, mirrors. Tow
pkg, bedliner w/
toneau cover. 4.8L V8
with automatic. 162k
miles and it has been
regularly maintained.
$7500 obo. Call
850-651-4446


8160
Harley Nightster
2007, comes with 7 year
warranty, only 1600 mi-
les $9500 firm.
398-2284


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 and air, carpeting and ceiling fans.
Come in and sign a 12 month lease
and receive $100 OFF your 1st
month's rent.
Rent starting at $885.00 per month.


Call today

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


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Baker
5804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br 2 ba $900
Crestview- Brick 3br, 2 *d '112 Country Living
ba on 1 acre Auburn 3 br, 2 ba; $950
area, $700/mo 850 r, a; $5
652.4374 Crestview
9 694 Lee Ave E-
3 br 1 ba; $525
S* 3689 Cosson Circle -
3 br 2 ba; $600
216 Vir'inia St-
2 br 1.5 ba; $625
g T/DA 1690-A Farmer St -
2 hbr 1 ba, $675
NEW1* 1704 1st Ave -
3 br, 1.5 ba; $700
Crestview NE, MH out 202 Virginia St -
in the country on 1 acre, 2 br 1.5 ba; $700
nice 3 br, 2 ba, w/ 698 Lee Ave. E -
porches, playhouse shed 4 br 2 ba, $700
all appls. incl. W/D. 315 Brackin St-
$625/mo. + $350sd. + 3 br 1 ba; $725
inside pet dep. 850 0 266 Virginia St
758-8629 or 682-2009 2 br 1.5 Ba, $750
1607Corwin Dr-
2 br 2.5 ba $750
S* 39 John king Rd-
3 br 2 ba; $795
106CorwinDr-
Crestview Rentals: 2 br 2.5 ba; $800
+ S. Willson 2 homes 134 Swayin Pine Ct -
$400 & $450 3 br 2.5 ba $825
*SSpring St 3 br, 1 ba 205 Wilson Ln -
$550 3 br, 2 ba; $900
* Tall Pines 3 br 1.5 ba 5682 Reinke Dr.-
$675 4 br 3 ba $900
* Ed ewood'PI 3br, 1ba 6462 Moonliqht Ln -
$800 2 br, 2 ba; $1150
* Krest Dr 3 br, 2 ba 0 5442 E Brook Dr-
$900 4br 2ba; $1200
* Jacob St 4 br, 2 ba 6317 H 'venmist Ln -
$950 4 br 2ba; $1250
Rick Epperson Realty LLC 204Ashley Maria Ct
850-865-7777 3 br, 2 ba; $1250
*3280 Chataelwood Dr
4 br, 2 ba; $1400


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