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Your 'Front Page' story


Local financial


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Pauline Buis /Special to the News Bulletin
Richbourg Middle School language arts teacher Cindy King (back right) and math teacher Doralyn
Chaloupka (back left) with their Building Blocks students from the 2007-08 school year. King was
honored with a 2008 Excel Award after Chaloupka the award's initial recipient realized the
recognition was for improvement in reading scores.



A win-win situation

RMS teacher King honored after colleague's act of honesty


'Pauline Buis
Special to the News Bulletin

Pictures were taken. Stu-
dents cheered. Co-workers
celebrated.
Then suddenly it was "Stop
the presse-s!.
The initial cause for the
celebration was Richbourg
Middle School Principal Bob
Jones's presentation of a 2008
Excel Award to sixth-grade
math teacher Doralyn Cha-
loupka for leading her stu-
dents to some of the highest
gains on the Florida Com-
prehensive Assessment Test
(FCAT).
Chaloupka refused the
award. Why? It actually be-
longed to RMS language arts
teacher Cindy King, Chaloup-
ka's good friend and partner
in an innovative educational
model known as "Building
Blocks."
Chaloupka made the de-
cision after contacting the
Florida Foundation for Excel-
lence in Education to make an
inquiry regarding the nature
of the award and learning the
honor was bestowed for im-
provement in reading scores
rather than math scores.
Several years ago, King and
Chaloupka had -a vision for a
new kind of sixth-grade expe-
rience for Richbourg students.
They pitched their ideas to
Jones, who wholeheartedly
supported the program.
Students whose FCAT
scores indicated a need for
more intensive instruction
were placed in an extended-
time, gender-segregated block
with both teachers. Instead of
a traditional 50 minutes, these
students remain with King
and Chaloupka from 8:15 a.m.


to 11:30 a.m. While in this
block, students are infused
with intensive instruction in
reading and math. This elimi-
nated the need for changing
classes .-or taking a; separate
reading class. Each group has
about 98 minutes of instruc-
tion from each teacher every
day targeted to fit the individ-
ual math and literacy needs of
the students. '
Jones expressed pride in
both teachers.
"It is a wonderful thing to
see great teachers recognized,"
he said. "We are well aware
of the awesome teaching go-
ing on in our Building Blocks
program. Mrs. King and Mrs.
Chaloupka are a great team
'\and are working miracles
with struggling students. This
recognition awarded to Cindy
is a tribute to her hard work,
as well as that of Doralyn, and
their combined commitment
to the Building Blocks model
they created. I am proud to
work with such wonderful
teachers." .
RMS Literacy Coach Lynn


Griffith lauded both teachers
for their willingness to open
classroom doors to other edu-
cators in the district and state.
"I was so thrilled when Mr.
Jones suggested Mrs. King
and Mrs. Chaloupka for my
Observation Classroom teach-
ers," Griffith said. "Working
with them has been a phenom-
enal experience that has led
to exceptional gains amongst
a segment of our population
that needs researched-based
instruction of high quality.
The Building Blocks model is
a huge success and a panacea
for many students."
Asked about the Build-
ing Blocks philosophy, King
said, "Our goal is to provide
students a non-threatening
environment for experienc-
ing as much success as pos-
sible. Students who told me
they 'would not' read became
frequent flyers to the library,
finding a whole new world in
books."
Okaloosa County Super-
See WIN A4


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Local residents won-
der how the recent tu-
mult on Wall Street will
affect the average Ameri-
can on Main Street.
Local financial adviser
Will LaMar of Edward
Jones coincidentally
with a Crestview office.
on Main Street assures
area residents "this too
shall pass."
He also notes some
government action is
needed to get the gears
of the economy going
again, and says it's tough
to predict the impact
events in New York and
in Washington might
have in north Okaloosa
County.
LaMar foresaw some
"very tough times" if the
U.S. government had not
taken some action in re-
sponse to the crisis. He
was encouraged by the


"speed and creativity"
Congress displayed to
put together a rescue/
bailout proposal. The the
initial measure was de-
feated earlier this week,
but another version of the
proposal passed the Sen-
ate and then the House
on Friday.
"It's the lesser of two
evils," he said of the bail-
out/rescue plans. "No-
body feels the bailout is
a good thing, but money
is the grease that turns
the gears of the economy.
Right now there is very
little grease in the gears.
Money is frozen and
banks aren't lending to
each other or consumers
or small businesses.
"If something had not
passed, there would have
been a domino effect that
goes from Wall Street to
Main Street."
The eventual effect in
See ADVISER A4


Ann Spann /C retxiew Nei. Builk.inn
Crestview Mayor David Cadle and Police Chief Brian
Mitchell look on as District Deputy Grand Master Gus
Harris Jr. presents a check to CPD Community Service
Division Commander. Lt. Kent Buckner.


CPD acquires


digital child ID kit


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Police
Department recently re-
ceived a $2,000 donation
from the Most Worship-
ful Union Grand Lodge
Masonic District #3 for the
purchase of a digital child
identification kit.
The kit is used to fin-
gerprint, photograph and
record personal informa-
tion about children. The
information is given to
parents for storage and can
be printed or stored on a
CD. The process takes less
than five minutes, accord-
ing to Lt. Kent Buckner,
commander of the police
department's Community


Service Division.
The ID kit was put to
use during the recent "No
Child Without Health
Care Fair" and a neigh-
borhood block party. The
department also plans to
set up- the identification
program at city hall and
will ask parents to bring
children during office
hours. Dates and times
will be announced.
"This was a project that
we had looked at during
budget considerations,
but just didn't have the
money for," said Buckner.
The police department
was contacted by Masonic
District #3 Grand Instruc-

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2008 =


UP ON

THE HILL
Estelle Rogers


Favorite stories from

the community table


Locals call it the "com-
munity table" at the
Laurel Hill Grill. A spot
where we gather around,
spin a few stories and
leave while others arrive
to take their place.
Cassie and I enjoyed
lunch at the table with
locals recently. Robert,
Bessie, Tinney, Barbara
... among our friendly
neighbors. Living in a
small town has many
privileges!
Kathleen McMichael
and I were guests Sept.
28 at the GFWC Woman's
Club of Crestview mem-
bership Tea.
The beautifully deco-
rated clubhouse, delicious
food and friendly ladies
made us feel welcome.
President Karen Boisjolie
received the Rookie of
the Year honor, presented
by Jeanne Gutenmann.
Lisa Brennan was cho-
sen Woman of the Year.
Gigi Allen gave the
welcome and introduc-
tions. Marietta Birdsell
presented an interesting
program of history, pur-
pose and membership.
Teri McLead talked about
the many worthwhile
club projects and upcom-
ing events. Sharlene
Cox works with the high


school Juniorettes, and
a few of the beautiful
young ladies served at the
Tea. Velma Holmes was
the guest of Jeri Jones,
both seated at our table.
Velma sends greetings to
our Laurel Hill neighbor,
Karen Turner.
Jordan Colclasure is
a talented 16-year-old
Crestview High School
student. He presented
beautiful selections for
our listening enjoyment
during the Tea. He has
been playing keyboard
professionally for about
a year as his part time
job. Coach N Four Steak-
house presents Jordan
every Saturday from 5:30
to 8:30 p.m. He will be
performing a citywide
Christmas Concert at the
Crestview Community
Center on Dec. 22 from
6 to 9 p.m. For more
information call (850)
582-3273 or visit www.
PianoByJordan.com
There is a vacant
spot at City Hall with the
departure of city manager
Tim Bolduc. Mayor Rob-
bins is doing a good job
of keeping the city run-
ning. I haven't asked our
new First Lady Robbins
how she is dealing with
the constant telephone


calls. City clerk Christa
and water clerk Barbara
are doing double-duty
filling in the gaps. We ap-
preciate the city workers
doing their best for the
community.
While traveling in
Fort Walton Beach on
June 22, my car was
broadsided by a hit-
and-run driver. Luckily,
I was not hurt. My car
was towed to a paint
and body shop, where
it remained for more
than 90 days until it
mysteriously burned
during the night on Sept.
26. Needless to say, car
shopping is now at the
top of my agenda. Want
to learn more about the
car's fate? Contact me
via News Bulletin Editor
Kyle Wright at kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com.
Carolyn Williams
brings informative mate-
rial to the new Alzheim-
er's support group in
Laurel Hill. Meetings are
held at 10:30 on the third
Thursday of each month
at First Baptist fellowship
hall. You are welcome to
attend and learn more
about this dreaded dis-
ease. Many in our area
are dealing with this situ-
ation.


Silvercrest Manor
on Brookmeade in Crest-
view is one of the smaller
nursing homes, but not
in care and concern. A
lovely courtyard is in the
center of the building
where residents enjoy a
beautiful garden. When
we recently were faced
with making a choice of
nursing homes for rehab,
I pressed for Silvercrest,
even though I was told by
the hospital social worker
there was no room avail-
able. We found Silvercrest
Manor provides first-class
nurses and care givers.
For information call (850)
682-1903.
Community con-
dolences to the family
of Lexie C. Kendrick,
a Laurel Hill resident
since 1964. She was
preceded in death by
her husband, Joseph
Kendrick; and her
daughter, Joann Peoples
Prestwood. She passed
away Sept. 23. Funeral
services were Sept. 26.
Burial was at Almarante
Cemetery in Laurel Hill.
And we know that all
things work together for
good to them that love God,
to them who are called ac-
cording to His purpose. Ro-
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An update from Laurel
Hill Mayor Vizell Robbins:

I went to a meeting
in Fort Walton Beach re-
garding BRAC and heard
from a retired general and
other Air Force dignitar-
ies, and everything looks.
favorable.
Everyone knows
Valparaiso is having
questions (Editor's note:
the city has sued the Air
Force), but things look
favorable for Laurel Hill.
I told them we never
hear airplanes over our
area! I know we were all


on the same page about
BRAC because it would
mean more money, more
jobs and more people
to live in this area. I re-
minded them we have
plenty of spaces and that
they could find plenty
of land. For people who
have hope of Laurel Hill
expanding, it would be
good if BRAC comes in.
We're also patching
the streets and looking
to put speed bumps on
some of the roads where
people are speeding
to try to get the traffic
slowed down.


HOBO FESTIVAL
HOBO FESTIVAL
UPDATE: HC.oo Festiv.'al
Motoc/;cle Poker Run
1$i ,000 to .rini will take
place on Oct. 11 at Gene
Clar; Park in Laurel Hill.
Hobo Festival Car Show,
& Snhine to be held during
the Hobo Fe3stil.al on Oct.
11, at Gene Clary Park in
Laurel Hill.
They shll need food,
arts. crafts and other
vendors. For applications
or questions please call
1850) 826-0606C


"Message from the
Mayor" will rotate between
Crestview Mayor David Ca-
dle'and Laurel Hill Mayor
Vizell Robbins. "Message
from the Mayor" will appear
in the Crestview News Bul-
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First Nitoon.l Bank ofCrestview received an "Outat.ndaing" r ting in C RA by the Fcderdl
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Terry i a pat director and a member of the education commnitte ot the Cresrvies Are.a
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 Coah.lon.
designed to crincourage individu ,l to "build \.ealth. not debt."
Terry and her hubind, jim. are eagerly anticipaing the birth of their first grandchild
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RELIGION


SPULPIT Turn your weaknesses into strengths

Dr. Donnie Cadenhead


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


Oftentimes our weak-
esses or handicaps can
become our strengths.
In Judges 20, we find a
group of 700 left-handed
soldiers from the tribe of
Benjamin fighting against
the armies of Israel. They
Were not armed with'
swords, the traditional
weapon, but with slings.
They had developed such
deadly accuracy with
these slings that "every
one could sling stones at
an hair breadth and not
miss."
Recently while read-
ing this story I became
intrigued as to why these
700 soldiers were all left-
handed. They had not
been chosen simply be-
cause from birth they had
used their left hands more
than their right. A soldier
using a sword in his left
hand would have no
advantage over a right-
handed soldier. They had
been chosen because of


their usefulness in battle,
because of the deadly
accuracy they had de-
veloped in the use of the
sling, even with their left
hands. Apparently these
men had been wounded
in previous battles and
could not use their right
hands. In spite of these
wounds they would not
quit fighting.
Not able to use their
right hands, they pre-
pared themselves to
return to battle by devel-
oping a fighting left hand.
They had.given up their
swords because swords
were useless without the
ability to carry the shield
as protection. They took
up slings since they could
be used with one arm.
Probably thousands of
other wounded soldiers
went home and quit fight-
ing, but not these 700 left-
handed soldiers.
God is looking for
those to battle for him


who will not quit when
things become difficult.
Like these left-handed
soldiers, we can let our
weaknesses become
our strengths. If we will
learn to face our handi-
caps, God will make our
strengths even stronger.
Many Christians will
not admit to their weak-
nesses, but rather try to
continue to go to battle
unprepared or unable
to fight. After they face
defeat, they often retire
to the sidelines and never
actively engage in spiri-
tual warfare again.
Acknowledging your
handicaps is the first step
in overcoming them. I
recently read a story of
General Booth, the found-
er of the Salvation Army.
Upon learning he would
be blind for the rest of
his life, he asked his son,
"You mean I shall never
see your face again?"
His son answered that


he would not see his face
again in this world. Gen-
eral Booth took his son's
hand and said, "I have
done what I could for
God and for the people
with my eyes. Now I shall
do what I can for God
and for the people with-
out my eyes."
Many people think to
acknowledge their handi-
caps would be an admis-
sion of weakness. In real-
ity, it is an indication of
strength.
Some reading this arti-
cle may have a handicap.
Perhaps you did not have
the educational advan-
tage and now think it is
too late.
I have pastored folks
who thought their handi-
cap was money, age, or
time or a million other
excuses.
It doesn't always take
money to do God's will.
If age is the excuse,
Moses was 80 years old


when he led the children
from Egypt. Abraham
was 100 years old when
Isaac was conceived.
Don't allow the lack of
time to be the problem.
God will take the small
amount of time you have
and multiply its accom-
plishments. Just be will-
ing to give whatever time
you have to God.
I once read of a Chi-
nese proverb that said,
"God never closes the
door in a man's life but
that he opens a window."
Let me close with one
last story of encourage-
ment. Handel wrote
"Messiah" when his en-
tire right side was para-
lyzed, and he was so poor
that he begged bread on
the streets in order to
have enough strength for
his work. It is said Handel
often thought of suicide.
Today Handel's "Mes-
siah" has become a mas-
terpiece.


Don't allow the weak-
nesses in your life to
cause you not to be used
of the Lord, but rather
admit your weaknesses
and allow the Lord to in-
crease your strengths for
His glory.
The scriptures say, "All
things are possible with
God." Doubt your doubts
and believe your beliefs.
Life's greatest battles
are often won by left-
handed soldiers sol-
diers who keep fighting
in spite of handicaps; sol-
diers whose swords are
broken, but whose spirit
is not, and so they fight
on to victory.

Dr. Donnie Cadenhead
is the pastor of Victorious
Life Worship Center, located
one mile north of Crestview
High School on State Road
85. Service times at Victori-
ous Life are 10:30 a.m. and
6 p.m. on Sundays and
7 p.m. on Wednesdays.


First Baptist of Milligan

plans homecoming

Special to the News Bulletin

The 144th annual homecoming of the First Bap-
tist Church of Milligan will be held at the church on'
Sunday. Everyone is invited to attend.
Activities of the day include Bible study at 9:45
a.m. and morning worship at 11 a.m. Former pas-
tor Keith Hamilton of St. Mary's in Georgia will be
the guest speaker. He and his wife, Nanette, will
also be singing in the afternoon.
A fellowship meal will be served immediately
following the morning service. Afterward, special
music will be provided by Don Kirkland of Milton.


Antioch Baptist Church

preparpares for Oktoberfest


Special to the News Bulletin

Antioch Baptist Church
ts putting on a community-
wide Oktoberfest on Oct.
5 at its 4796 Antioch Road
location in Crestview. Food,
games, and prizes will be
part of the festivities.
1 The church is requesting
inoney and other donations
om commriiyni fisiness-:
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gift cards, hamburgers, hot
dogs, buns, chips, soda,
juice, bottled water, candy,
cakes, cupcakes, pies or
toys (for the game prizes).
The church will pick
up all donations on Oct.
17. Please make checks
payable to Antioch Bap-
tist Church. Contact Sarah
Baskin at 585-6680 or Jami
"ichardso6 at 585-3282 to
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A meeting was held Sept. 22 to organize a cold night shelter program in Crestview. Organizers at the meeting included, front row from
left, Mia Hagedorn (HOPE Network Coordinator), David Barrentine (First Assembly of God), Kiana Frank and Edward Frank (2024 Min-
istries) and Cynthia Hall. Back row from left are Yvonne Franklin (Fort Walton Beach Cold Night Shelter Director), Lewis Becker, Lola
Becker, Michele Perkins, Darla Perkins, JoAnn Williams (First Presbyterian Church), Mary Phillips and Bret Phillips (Emmanuel Baptist)
and Edward Kitchen. Not pictured: Ann Sprague (Community of Christ, Crestview Cold Night Shelter Program Director).


Group organizes cold night shelter program


Special to the News Bulletin

A meeting was held at
First Presbyterian Church
on Sept. 22 to organize a
local cold night homeless
shelter program.
The program is in re-
sponse to a January 2008
survey that found more
than 150 homeless peo-
ple in the area around In-
terstate 10. The program
will be modeled after a
similar program in the
Fort Walton Beach area
that has been in opera-
tion the past seven years.
Yvonne Franklin, direc-
tor of the Fort Walton
Beach program, attend-
ed the Sept. 22 meeting
to explain the program
to representatives from
the various churches in
Crestview.
Four churches initially
committed to the shelter
program in Crestview. The
First Presbyterian Church,
the Community of Christ
Church and Central Bap-
tist Church will open their
doors when the tempera-
PhmJW U bU


WANT TO HELP?
The next planning meeting for the Crestview Cold Night
Shnelter Program is 6 p.m. Thursday at the First Pres,.vtenar,
Cliurch Conference Room.
For details, contact Ann Sprague. director of the
Crestview Cold Night Shelter Program, at 537-5781.


ture falls below 40 de-
grees. Emmanuel Baptist
Church will staff the First
Presbyterian Church shel-
ter one night a week.
Organizers hope to
have seven churches to
run shelters, one for each
night of the week. First
Presbyterian Church -and
the Community of Christ
Church have offered use
of their buildings if a
church would like to vol-
unteer its services but is
unable to open its build-
ing.
Churches interested in
staffing a shelter or offer-
ing their church as a shelter
may contact Ann Sprague,
director of the Crestview
Cold Night Shelter Pro-
gram, at 537-5781.
Individual volunteers


also are needed. It takes
12 to 15 people to staff
a shelter at night. Vol-
unteers work four- to
six-hour shifts. Contact
Sprague or JoAnn Wil-
liams at 682-6781 to vol-
unteer.
Organizers say sup-
plies are needed for these
shelters, including blan-
kets of any size or condi-
tion, towels, wash cloths,
'body wash, shampoo,
white socks for men or
women, underwear and
personal supplies for
ladies. Supplies can be
donated to any partici-
pating church or to Flor-
ida Microfilm and Office
Supply. People who live
in the Holt area can drop
off items at First Baptist
Church of Holt. Items


are needed soon so ev-
erything will be in place
when the first cold night
shelter opens. Once shel-
ters are in operation, res-
taurants or individuals
may donate food to shel-
ters. Contact Sprague or
the church of your choice
to make arrangements.
The program is under
the direction of the Crest-
view HOPE Network
(Helping Other People Ef-
fectively), a part of Oppor-
tunity, Inc., the Okaloosa-
Walton Coalition for the
Homeless.
The group asks the
city of Crestview and sur-
rounding areas to come
together to address the
problem of homelessness.
The next meeting to
plan for the cold night
shelter program is 6 p.m.
Thursday at the First Pres-
byterian Church Confer-
ence Room.

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help the homeless in the area?
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4 I Crestview News Bulletn


Davidson drops heartbreaker


in clash of unbeatens


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Bruner struck paydirt
with 39 seconds remain-
ing to win the battle of the
"middle school unbeaten
,Thursday against David-
son, 28-22.
The Panthers (3-1) fell
behind 8-0 early in the first
quarter, but came back and
tied it up at 8 on a 55-yard
pass from Dakota Dean to
Tyler Henderson.
Bruner returned the en-
suing kickoff for a touch-
down to jump back in front
14-8.
But the Panthers weren't
finished in an action-filled
first quarter. Dean hit Da-
vid Robinson on a 22-yard
swing pass to tie things at
14.
Davidson trailed 20-14
in the fourth quarter until
Dean hit Angel Perez with
a 45-yard TD pass. Dean


made the two-point conver-
sion to put the Panthers in
front 22-20.
However, Bruner had
the knockout punch late to
take the win.
"I couldn't be prouder
of the kids," Panther coach
Chris Small said. "They
played hard and gave it ev-
erything they had.
"I made a couple of
coaching decisions that
didn't put them in position
to win the game."

RMS tops Pryor
Justin Rebholz rushed
for 121 yards on eight car-
ries and scored a touch-
down as Richbourg beat
Pryor 24-20.
Denzel Ware put the
Roadrunners (2-2) on the
scoreboard early in the first
quarter, scoring on a 21-
yard run to cap Richbourg's
opening drive. Tate Sweatt


hit Jonathon Buckelew on a
pass for two-point conver-
sion.
Dalvin Boyd scored from
eight yards out in the third
quarter and also picked up
the two-point conversion.
Rebholz picked up the
final Richbourg TD on an
82-yard run early in the
fourth quarter. Boyd added
the two-point conversion.
Ware finished the night
with 33 yards on five car-
ries. Boyd had 54 yards on
15 carries.
Richbourg coach Chris
Sweatt also noted the play
of offensive linemen Chris
Rahn and Dakota Wood-
ward. Sweatt said Ware,
Jarrod Miller and Jake
Lewis turned in strong de-
fensive efforts.

Visit our middle school
sports online reference page
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2008


Standoff ends without incident
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Police Department responded Thursday to 413 Triton Drive
after receiving a call that a male subject was threatening to do harm to himself,
according to a CPD release. Upon arrival of patrol officers, the subject retreated
inside the residence where he was thought to possess several firearms.
The Crestview Police Department's SWAT team was used to make entry into
the residence at which time the subject was detained without incident.
The male subject, 24, was transported to the Bridgeway Center in Fort Walton
Beach for a mental evaluation.
No criminal charges were pursued as a result of this incident.



ADVISER continued from Al


Crestview? Tough to pre-
dict.
As an example, LaMar
said if the credit crisis
eventually led it military
cutbacks, it would affect
the local area. The hous-
ing slump and decline in
tourism already has taken
a toll.
"No local area is im-
mune to what is going on,"
he said. "It's hard to know
exactly what will happen
on a local level but what
we do know is if things
stay the way they are, we'll
see more mortgage defaults
and more small businesses
struggling to pay the bills
because they don't have


REVIEW YOUR PORTFOLIO
Will LaMar l.I Edvard Jone-s in Crestview invites members
-o.f uie community, to ,..sit his office for a complimentary port-
toljo re.lewA "No*w more rhan ever. people need a sound
firnancial planr- to weather the cui.rent environmentt' he said.


those (loan) options."
LaMar advises local
residents to review their fi-
nancial plan with a profes-
sional and to keep a long-
term outlook with quality
investments and a diverse
portfolio.
"It's important for peo-
ple to know it's bad we got
here, but in no way is this
the end of the world," he
said.


He noted the country
has endured 31 "bear mar-
kets" (market declines of 20
percent or more) since 1900,
followed by 31 recoveries.
"So I have no reason to
doubt better times will re-
turn," he said.

Has the economic crisis
affected you? Share your
stories at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


ID continued from Al


tor Malcolm Haynes dur-
ing the planning stages
of the "No Child Without
Health Care Fair" and
asked to participate in a
child identification pro-
gram, according to Buck-
ner.
"The lodge stepped


forward when they real-
ized the department did
not have a digital kit,"
said Buckner. "It will be
a tremendous asset to our
program"
The money used to
purchase the ID kit was
from personal donations


from lodge members, ac-
cording to District Deputy
Grand Master, Gus Harris
Jr.
The Crestview Ex-
change Club also donated
identification booklets to
be used in conjunction
with the program.


W IN continued from Al


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. . .


intendent of Schools Dr.
Alexis Tibbetts praised
the efforts of Richbourg
Middle School and the
Building Blocks team.
In a note concerning
this award, Dr. Tibbetts
congratulated King for
the amazing gains gener-
ated by the model she and
Chaloupka created.


"We must continue to
encourage our middle
school students to read for
enjoyment. Cindy King is
doing a fantastic job en-
suring her students devel-
op and maintain a love of
books," Tibbetts said.

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and Chaloupka by posting a


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Port St. Joe, St. Joseph & St.
Andrew Bay
Date Time Ht Time Ht
10/01-W 07:46A 0.3L 10:53P 2.0H
10/02-Th 08:41A 0.2L 11:27P 2.0H
10/03-F 09:50A 0.2L
,10/04-S 12:10A 2.0H 11:19A 0.2L
10/05-Su 01:03A 2.0H 12:47P 0.2L
10/06-M 02:04A 2.0H 01:52P 0.2L
10/07-T 03:09A 2.0H 02:36P 0.1L
10/08-W 04:12A 1.9H 03:07P 0.2L
10/09-Th 05:15A 1.8H 03:28P 0.2L
10/10-F 06:27A 1.7H 03:41P O.4L
10/11-S 08:01A 1.4K 03:40P 0.7L
10:52P 1.1H
10/12-Su 03:02A 0.91L 10:02A 1.2H
03:14P 1.0L 09:40P 1.2H
10/13-M 04:29A 0.7L 09:18P 1.6H
10/14-T 05:32A 0.3L 09:26P 1.8H
10/15-W 06:33A 0.1L 09:56P 2.0H
10/16-Th 07:43A O.OL 10:41P 2.2H
10/17-F 09:07A -0.1L 11:38P 2.3H
10/18-S 10:45A -0.2L
'10/19-Su 12:44A 2.3H 12:15P -0.2L
10/20-M 01:54A 2.3H 01:25P -0.2L
110/21-T 03:05A 2.1H 02:17P -0.1L
10/22-W 04:17A 2.0H 02:51P 0.1L
10/23-Th 05:32A 1.7H 03:05P O.3L
10/24-F 07:09A 1.3H 02:48P 0.7L
10:09P 1.1H
10/25-S 03:21A 0.0L 09:37A 1.OH
01:36P 0.91 09:05P 1.3H
10/26-Su 04:46A 0.6L 08:50P 1.6H
10/27-M 05:38A 0.2L 08:58P 1.8H
10/28-T 06:20A 0.1L 09:17P 1.9H
10/29-W 07:02A O.OL 09:44P 2.0H
10/30-Th 07:51A O.0L 10:20P 2.0H
10/31-F 08:51A O.OL 11:02P 2.0H
Harris, The Narrows
Date Time Ht Time Ht
10/01-W 01:12A 1.9H 12:22P 0.3L
10/02-Th 01:36A 2.0H 01:17P 0.2L
10/03-F 02:10A 2.0H 02:26P 0.2L
10/04-S 02:53A 2.0H 03:55P 0.2L
10/05-Su 03:46A 2.0H 05:23P 0.2L
10/06-M 04:47A 2.0H 06:28P 0.2L
.10/07-T 05:52A 2.0H 07:12P 0.1L
10/08-W 06:55A 1.9H 07:43P 0.2L
10/09-Th 07:58A 1.8H 08:04P 0.2L
10/10-F 09:10A 1.7H 08:17P 0.4L
-10/11-S 10:44A 1.4H 08:16P 0.7L
10/12-Su 01:35A 1.1H 07:38A 0.9L
12:45P 1.2H 07:50P 1.0L
10/13-M 12:23A 1.2H 09:05A 0.7L
10/14-T 12:01A 1.5H 10:08A 0.3L
10/15-W 12:09A 1.8H 11:09A 0.11
10/16-Th 12:39A 2.0H 12:19P O.OL
10/17-F 01:24A 2.2H 01:43P -0.1L
10/18-S 02:21A 2.3H 03:21P -0.2L
10/19-Su 03:27A 2.3H 04:51P -0.2L
10/20-M 04:37A 2.3H 06:01P -0.2L
10/21-T 05:48A 2.1H 06:53P -0.1L
10/22-W 07:OOA 2.0H 07:27P 0.1L
10/23-Th 08:15A 1.7H 07:41 P 0.3L
10/24-F 09:52A 1.3H 07:24P 0.7L
10/25-S 12:52A 1.1H 07:57A 0.9L
12:20P 1.0H 06:12P 0.9L
11:48P 1.3H
10/26-Su 09:22A 0.6L 11:33P 1.5H
10/27-M 10:14A 0.2L 11:41P 1.8H
10/28-T 10:56A 0.1L
10/29-W 12:00A 1.9H 11:38A 0.OL
,10/30-Th 12:27A 2.0H 12:27P O.OL
10/31-F 01:03A 2.0H 01:27P 0.OL


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Dove limit increased
When Florida's first phase of the
mourning dove season opens today
hunters will find an unexpected bonus
- an increase in the bag limit from 12
to 15 birds.
The daily bag limit is a combined
bag limit and applies to both mourning
doves and white-winged doves.
Florida's dove season runs 72 days.
This year it's Oct. 4-27; Nov. 15-30; and
Dec. 13 Jan. 11, 2009. Hunting during


the first phase is legal from noon to sun-
set. Hunting is allowed during the latter
two phases from 30 minutes before sun-
rise to sunset.
The 2008-09 migratory bird regula-
tions for dove, snipe, woodcock, rail,
moorhen, crow and early waterfowl
seasons may be obtained by contacting
the FWC's regional offices, or may be
viewed online at MyFWC.com/hunt-
ing/pdf/2008-2009MigratoryBrochure.
pdf.


West Bay Creek, West Bay
Date Time Ht Time Ht
10/01-W 08:44A 0.3L 11:49P 2.0H
10/02-Th 09:39A 0.2L
10/03-F 12:23A 2.0H 10:48A 0.2L
10/04-S 01:06A 2.0H 12:17P 0.2L
10/05-Su 01:59A 2.0H 01:45P 0.2L
10/06-M 03:00A 2.0H 02:50P 0.2L
10/07-T 04:05A 2.0H 03:34P 0.1L
10/08-W 05:08A 1.9H 04:05P 0.2L
10/09-Th 06:11A 1.8H 04:26P 0.2L
10/10-F 07:23A 1.7H 04:39P 0.5L
10/11-S 08:57A 1.5H 04:38P 0.7L
11:48P 1.1H
10/12-Su 04:OOA 0.9L 10:58A 1.2H
04:12P 1.0L 10:36P 1.2H
10/13-M 05:27A 0.7L 10:14P 1.6H
10/14-T 06:30A 0.3L 10:22P 1.8H
10/15-W 07:31A 0.1L 10:52P 2.0H
10/16-Th 08:41A O.OL 11:37P 2.3H
10/17-F 10:05A -0.1L
10/18-S 12:34A 2.4H 11:43A -0.2L
10/19-Su 01:40A 2.4H 01:13P -0.2L
10/20-M 02:50A 2.4H 02:23P -0.2L
10/21-T 04:01A 2.1H 03:15P -0.1L
10/22-W 05:13A 2.0H 03:49P 0.1L
10/23-Th 06:28A 1.7H 04:03P 0.31
10/24-F 08:05A 1.4H 03:46P 0.7L
11:05P 1.1H
10/25-S 04:19A 0.9L 10:33A 1.0H
02:34P 0.9L 10:01 P 1.4H
10/26-Su 05:44A 0.6L 09:46P 1.6H
10/27-M 06:36A 0.2L 09:54P 1.8H
10/28-T 07:18A 0.1L 10:13P 1.9H
10/29-W 08:00A 0.OL 10:40P 2.0H
10/30-Th 08:49A O.OL 11:16P 2.0H
10/31-F 09:49A O.OL 11:58P 2.0H
Fishing Bend, Santa Rosa Sound
Date Time Ht Time Ht
10/01-W 12:16A 1.9H 10:22A 0.3L
10/02-Th 12:40A 2.0H 11:17A 0.2L
10/03-F 01:14A 2.0H 12:26P 0.2L
10/04-S 01:57A 2.0H 01:55P 0.2L
10/05-Su 02:50A 2.OH 03:23P 0.2L
10/06-M 03:51A 2.0H 04:28P 0.2L
10/07-T 04:56A 2.0H 05:12P 0.1L
10/08-W 05:59A 1.9H 05:43P 0.2L
10/09-Th 07:02A 1.8H 06:04P 0.2L
10/10-F 08:14A 1.7H 06:17P 0.4L
10/11-S 09:48A 1.4H 06:16P 0.7L
10/12-Su 12:39A 1.1H 05:38A 0.9L
11:49A 1.2H 05:50P 1.0L
11:27P 1.2H
10/13-M 07:05A 0.7L 11:05P 1.5H
10/14-T 08:08A 0.3L 11:13P 1.8H
10/15-W 09:09A 0.1L 11:43P 2.0H
10/16-Th 10:19A O.OL
10/17-F 12:28A 2.2H 11:43A -0.1L
10/18-S 01:25A 2.3H 01:21P -0.2L
10/19-Su 02:31A 2.3H 02:51P -0.2L
10/20-M 03:41A 2.3H 04:01P -0.2L
10/21-T 04:52A 2.1H 04:53P -0.1L
10/22-W 06:04A 2.0H 05:27P 0.1L
10/23-Th 07:19A 1.7H 05:41P 0.3L
10/24-F 08:56A 1.3H 05:24P 0.7L
11:56P 1.1H
10/25-S 05:57A 0.9L 11:24A 1.0H
04:12P 0.9L 10:52P 1.3H
10/26-Su 07:22A 0.6L 10:37P 1.5H
10/27-M 08:14A 0.2L 10:45P 1.8H
10/28-T 08:56A 0.1L 11:04P 1.9H
10/29-W 09:38A O.OL 11:31P 2.0H
10/30-Th 10:27A O.OL
10/31-F 12:07A 2.0H 11:27A 0.0L


Pensacola Bay, Entrance
Date Time Ht Time Ht
10/01-W 08:57A 0.2L 10:36P 1.4H
10/02-Th 09:52A 0.2L 11:10P 1.4H
10/03-F 11:01A 0.2L 11:53P 1.4H
10/04-S 12:30P 0.2L
10/05-Su 12:46A 1.4H 01:58P 0.2L
10/06-M 01:47A 1.4H 03:03P 0.2L
10/07-T 02:52A 1.4H 03:47P 0.1L
10/08-W 03:55A 1.4H 04:18P 0.2L
10/09-Th 04:58A 1.3H 04:39P 0.2L
10/10-F 06:10A 1.2H 04:52P 0.3L
10/11-S 07:44A 1.OH 04:513P 0.5L
10:35P 0.8H
10/12-Su 04:13A 0.6L 09:45A 0.9H
04:25P 0.7L 09:23P 0.9H
10/13-M 05:40A 0.5L 09:01P 1.1H
10/14-T 06:43A 0.2L 09:09P 1.3H
10/15-W 07:44A 0.11L 09:39P 1.4H
10/16-Th 08:54A O.01 10:24P 1.6H
10/17-F 10:18A -0.1L 11:21P 1.7H
10/18-S 11:56A -0.2L
10/19-Su 12:27A 1.7H 01:26P -0.2L
10/20-M 01:37A 1.7H 02:36P -0.2L
10/21-T 02:48A 1.5H 03:28P -0.1L
10/22-W 04:OOA 1.4H 04:02P 0.1L
10/23-Th 05:15A 1.2H 04:16P O.2L
10/24-F 06:52A 1.0H 03:59P 0.5L
09:52P 0.8H
10/25-S 04:32A 0.6L 09:20A 0.7H
02:47P 0.6L 08:48P 1.OH
10/26-Su 05:57A 0.4L 08:33P 1.1H
10/27-M 06:49A 0.2L 08:41P 1.3H
10/28-T 07:31A 0.1L 09:OOP 1.4H
10/29-W 08:13A O.OL 09:27P 1.4H
10/30-Th 09:02A O.OL 10:03P 1.4H
10/31-F 10:02A O.OL 10:45P 1.4H
Choctawhatchee Bay, East Pass (Destin)
Date Time Ht Time Ht
10/01-W 08:57A 0.1L 11:26P 0.9H
10/02-Th 09:52A 0.1L
10/03-F 12:OOA 0.9H 11:01A 0.1L
10/04-S 12:43A 0.9H 12:30P 0.1L
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Huntin' season's crankin' up


Crossbow season oc-
curs on the Monday after
Thanksgiving (Dec. 1), and
lasts one week through
Dec. 7 in the Northwest
zone.
This season is for any
hunter who would like to
use a crossbow or continue
using a bow on private
lands. This is not just for
disabled hunters. Cross-
bow season doesn't apply
to wildlife management
areas (WMAs).
Only bucks may be
taken by deer hunters. One
antler must be at least five
inches long above the hair-
line. The daily bag limit on
antlered deer is two.
Wild hogs considered
livestock on private lands
- may, with landowner
permission, be hunted
year-round with no bag or
size limits.
It's also legal to shoot
gobblers and bearded
turkeys during crossbow
season. Only one may be
taken per day. There's a
two-bird fall-season limit.
(You can't hunt turkeys in
Holmes County during the
fall and winter).
Crossbows and bows
must have a minimum
draw weight of 35 pounds.
Hand-held releases on
bows are permitted. For
hunting deer, hog and tur-
key, broadheads must have
at least two sharpened edg-
es with a minimum width
of 7/8 inch.
Legal shooting hours are
a half-hour before sunrise
to a half-hour after sunset.
Except for turkeys, hunters
may take resident game


over feed such as corn on
private lands.
Muzzleloading gun sea-
son runs Nov. 21-23 in the
Northwest Zone.
During muzzleload-
ing gun season, bows
and crossbows are legal
methods of taking game on
private lands, along with
muzzleloaders. On WMAs,
only muzzleloaders may
be used.
Legal shooting hours are
the same for muzzleload-
ing gun season as cross-
bow season. Legal game,
including bag limits and
prohibited methods for
taking game, also are the
same as crossbow season.
Bag limits and antler/size
restrictions for game on
WMAs can differ, so check
the specifics of the area be-
fore you hunt.
For hunting deer,
muzzleloaders firing single
bullets must be at least
.40-caliber. Guns firing
two or more balls must
be 20-gauge or larger. You
may not use muzzleloaders
with self-contained car-
tridge ammunition capa-
bilities or possess modem
firearms during muzzle-
loading gun season.
The first phase of the
mourning and white-
winged dove season begins


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VC Media Relations Coordinator

today and ends Oct. 27
statewide. Shooting hours
during this first phase are
noon to sunset. There is a
new, 15-bird daily bag limit
this year.
The only firearm you're
allowed to hunt doves
with is a shotgun, but you
can't use one larger than a
10-gauge. Shotguns must
be plugged to a three-shell
capacity (magazine and
chamber combined).
You may hunt doves
over an agricultural field,
as long as the crop's been
planted as part of regular
agricultural practices. It's
against the law to scatter
agricultural products over
an area for the purpose of
baiting.
In addition to a Florida
hunting license, you'll
need a $5 crossbow permit
to hunt during crossbow
season. A $5 muzzleload-
ing gun permit is needed
to hunt during muzzle-
loader season. You'll need
a no-cost migratory bird
permit if you're going to
hunt doves. If you hunt on
a WMA, you must have a
management area permit
that costs $26.50.
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LOCAL


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2008


Red Cross raising funds through golf tourney


Special to the News Bulletin

With two months left in
this year's hurricane season
and the house fire season ap-
proaching, the local American
Red Cross needs community
support.
The Northwest Florida chap-
ter is asking for support from
individuals and businesses to
participate in the "Big Swing"


golf tournament. Funds raised
from this event will enable the
local Red Cross to help resi-
dents in Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa and Walton counties
when disaster strikes.
The new Heritage Plantation
Golf & Country Club will be
the site for the "Big Swing" on
Friday. Just ten miles north of
1-10 on State Road 85 in Crest-
view, this new golf community


is nestled among nature pre-
serves and wildlife sanctuaries.
Players will start at noon
with a shotgun start for this
handicapped scramble. A live
auction will feature a stay at
the El Conquistador Resort in
Puerto Rico, artwork, enter-
tainment, vacation and holi-
day packages. Prizes will be
awarded to top teams and the
hole-in-one prize is a custom-


ized golf cart. Golfers can un-
wind after play with a compli-
mentary chair massage from
Bella Donna Spa and enjoy a
gourmet pasta dinner during
the awards ceremony.
The individual entry fee is
$79 and includes cart and greens
fees, box lunch, awards dinner
and course contests. Corpo-
rate sponsorships are available
starting at $500. Players can


register by phone and pay at
the door or register online. To
sign up, visit www.YourRed-
Cross.org or call (800) 773-7620.
This event will benefit Red
Cross programs and services in
Northwest Florida.
A second golf event, a min-
iature golf tournament sched-
uled for Thursday at The Track
in Destin, has been postponed
until later this year.


From staff reports

TODAY

TEN LITTLE INDIANS:
Crestview High School's
Theatre Department kicks
off its season with Agatha
Christie's suspenseful
murder mystery Ten Little
Indians.
Performances are today
at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2
p.m. Tickets are available
for purchase through the
Theatre Box Office or at the
door 30 minutes prior to
curtain time. Tickets are $7
for adults and $5 for senior
citizens and children under
10.
For more information
and group prices contact
Joe Hernandez at 689-7177,
ext. 3640.
WESLEYAN INDOORS
YARD SALE: from 7 a.m.
to 12 p.m. at 599 8th Ave.
in Crestview. The group
is raising funds for school
supplies for the center.
Children's books, toys,
videos, Home Interiors and
other items. No early birds.
VEIN DRAIN: Blood
Drive today from 11 a.m.
to 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.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit
http:/ /choctaw.floridatrail.
org for details on their
upcoming events.
Three In One Fun at
8:30 a.m. Hike, bike, and
kayak at Juniper Creek
Trail. Do one or all. Details:
(850) 474-5359.
COUNTRYSIDE
FESTIVAL from 10 a.m.
to 8 p.m. at 353 Juniper


Swha'


Lake Road in DeFunia
Food, fun, games, a p
zoo, talent show, corn
store and other activity
are planned. Admissi
free, with proceeds go
to the Friendship Hou
Brain Disorder Suppo
Foundation.
BENEFIT RIDE: A
Anthony Forgione Be:
Run sponsored by He
cycles H-D will be he]
today with proceeds g
to his family. Registra
starts at 9 a.m. at Heri
Cycles, 788 North Bea
Parkway, Fort Walton
Beach. First bike out a
a.m., last bike out at 1
a.m., and last bike in
p.m. The 50/50 draw
and prize giveaways
at 2:30 p.m. Heritage
Cycles Has Generous]
Donated $500 in gift
certificates.
Cost is $15 per ride
and $20 with passeng
Additional hands $10
Cost includes food an
refreshments afterward


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COMMUNITY EVENTS
ak.
getting NORTH OKALOOSA
entry
ties HEALTH &
on is WELLNESS MEETING
)ing SCHEDULE: The
use Crestview Chamber Health
)rt & Wellness Committee
will have a meeting each
Dep. week the entire month of
nefit October leading up to the
ritage Health Fair. Details: 682-
ld 3212.
going Meetings are at 8 a.m.
tion Tuesday on Oct. 7, 14, 22,
itage and 29 at the chamber
1 office located at 502. S.
Main St.
at 10 ACT/SAT
1 WORKSHOP: The
at 2 deadline is Monday to
ng register for the workshop
start being held Oct. 21, 22,
27 and 28 in Fort Walton
ly Beach High School's
Media Center and Oct. 23,
24, 29 and 30 in Niceville
2r High School's Media
er. Center.
Students will need
d to bring a calculator. All
rd. materials, snacks and


drinks-will be furnished.
Details: Mrs. Hart via
e-mail at Amhartl966@
aol.com or (615) 585-2401.
You may also contact your
high school guidance
department.
The ACT test will be
held Oct. 25, and the SAT
test is on Nov. 1.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: are held
the first Tuesday of each
month at 10:30 a.m. in
the library meeting room
on Commerce Drive in
Crestview.
Tuesday "Ironies
of the Civil War will be
presented by Dann Willis,
author of the Civil War
novel "Burning Bright."
Nov. 4 "The Making
of the Crazy Horse
Memorial by Dennis
Standing Bear Campos,
a descendant of Crazy
Horse.
FALL FESTIVAL
PARTICIPANTS are
wanted for the Main Street
Crestview Association's
Oct. 25 event. Forms may
be picked up at the Main
Street Program Director's
office in the west wing of
City Hall at 198 N, Wilson
Street in Crestview. They
should be completed and
returned no later than 5


p.m. 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.


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500 300 200 200


Menard to leave DEI


Paul Menard has reached
an agreement to drive for
Yates Racing in the NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series beginning
with the 2009 season.
"This is a great opportunity
and I'm glad to be joining the
Yates Racing organization
next season," Menard said. "I
think a lot of what Doug Yates
and Max Jones are doing over
there is building for continued
: success. I'm excited to be a
s part of their future and excited
to work with Travis [Kvapil]
and David [Gilliland].
"You look at what Doug
and the Ford Motor Company
have done in this sport,
they've created a lot of horse-


Team Red Bull

Red Bull Racing Team
announced that Mike Skinner
and Red Bull development
driver Scott Speed will replace
A.J. Allmendinger in the No.
84 for the rest of the 2008
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
season.
The No. 84 currently sits
33rd in owner points.
"The schedule we put
together is in the best interest of
both Red Bull Racing Team
and A.J.'s plans for the future,"
said the team's vice president
'j and general manager Jay Frye.
... "Allowing Mike Skinner and
.' Scott Speed to share the No. 84
for the balance of the season


On the

Bubble

Driver: Robby Gordon
S Owner: Robby Gordon
Points: 2,182
Points out of 34th: 50
Points ahead of 36th: 29
Place Owner
33 Dietrich Mateschitz
34 Joe Custer
35 Robby Gordon
v- 36 Rob Kauffman
37 Roger Penske
38 George Gillett, Jr.


power and hoisted quite a few
trophies over the years. I'd like
to help continue that for both
of them.",
Menard's Ford Fusion will
feature sponsorship from
Menards, his father's
Midwest-based hardware
chain that will follow him
from his current ride at Dale
Eamhardt Inc.
Without Menard, DEI has
just one full sponsor in Bass
Pro Shops for Martin Truex Jr.
He recently agreed to a one-
year extension with DEI that
takes him through 2009, but is
winless this season and failed
to make the Chase for the
Sprint Cup championship.


charges ahead

helps our team continue devel-
oping our program for the
future."
Skinner, who drove the No.
84 Toyota for five races earlier
in the 2008 season, will take the
reins of the No. 84 at the Cup
races in both Talladega and
Charlotte. His best finish for
the team was 27th at Atlanta.
Skinner currently sits fifth in
the Truck Series standings with
a victory and 15 top-10s in 19
starts.
Speed will drive the No. 82
Toyota at Charlotte on Oct. 11 -
the same weekend he attempts
to clinch the ARCA RE/MAX
Series championship in Toledo.


Robby Gordon
Driver Points
A.J. Allmendinger 2,271
Scott Riggs 2,232
Robby Gordon 2,182
Michael McDowell 2,153
Sam Hornish, Jr. 2,116
Patrick Carpentier 1,958


Sweet home Alabama


Will Little E win his sixth restrictor plate race?


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

The name Earnhardt and Talladega Superspeedway are a very
dynamic combination.
Between the late Dale Earnhardt Sr., and his son, Dale
Jr., they have combined for an impressive 15 % ins
This Sunday Earnhardt Jr. till be looking to put his
sixth career notch in his Talladega belt and possible ,
close in on teammate and current Chase for the Sprint
Cup points leader, Jimmie Johnson
"Well, to me it's special I don't dunk e% ern one gets
that sensation going into the race. But to me it's a pret-
ty important place just 'cause mi fanuh 's done so ell .'
there," said Eamhardt who is in eight place in the Chase
and 190 points behind Johnson. "And the \\a\ the fans
treat us there makes it e\ciring. make it a place \ou look
forward to. I think that's probablN the biggest ke\. the
fans and how they've treated us at that track
It really gets you excited \ lien it's
coming up on the schedule
"I don't know. I think as
far as our position no, in the
Chase, we just kind of got to .

out there and take some '
chances, really take someone
risks."
When talking about
risk and going for broke. i GOOD" .ViIA
could Earnhardt take .-
on more of an amrude
race fans sa\ trom ni
Carl Ednards last
Sunday at Kansas
Speedway. F .
"I haven't seen
what Carl did. I've
had it de,:,cnbed to i
me. All I can sa\ is.
you know. it takes a
lot of guts to make a
move like that. It
really takes a lot."
said Eamhardt.
"You can criticize
the recklessness ot
the situation, but it,
really shows how
hard of a racer
Carl is,
ho w
deter-
mined,
what he's
willing to do
1"I haven't
really seen it on TV -
As long as it wasn't put-
ting anybody% else in jeop-
ardy, I think it just sho% s % hat
kind of true ernt a gu\ ke Carl
has."
This v.eekend is going to be


After Camping World 400

After Camping World 400


Driver
Jimmie Johnson
Carl Edwards
Greg Biffle
Jeff Burton
Kevin Harvick
Jeff Gordon
Clint Bowyer
Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Matt Kenseth
Denny Hamlin


even more special as not only will Dale Jr. be on the track, but
also the names of 73,000 fans will be on the No. 88 Chevy
Impala as part of the Ride with Dale Jr. promotion.
"This has been a good track for us. Always run good
there. Got a lot of fans there," said Earnhardt.
"We're going to have a special paint scheme with
all the fans tlat signed into the promotional deal
'w ith Ap. All their names will be on the car,
about t'il.1.11t names. We're pretty excited
about that.
1 I don't know; it's just a good track. It's
m. 'ore of a mental race than a physical race.
S : It's not really who has the best car; it's the
gu.. \ "ho makes the best moves and makes the
S right decisions there at the end of the race."
For Earnhardt and the rest of the drivers, drafting
1 ill be the key and he learned from a man who
SmaNm think as actually able to see the air going
)\ around the cars on the track, his father Dale

,I "My dad was a real good
plate racer. So I loved
going to the plate tracks
-c -'- .H ...- tA o v. e tch and to be a part
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Legal.# 100410
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-004395
DIVISION: FILE NO.
F08065974
GMAC MORTGAGE,
LLC,
Plaintiff,.
vs.
MICHAEL AKERS A/K/A
MICHAEL JOE AKERS, et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MICHAEL AKERS
A/K/A MICHAEL JOE
AKERS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 197 NORTH
HAMPTON CIRCLE FORT
WALTON BEACH, FL
32547


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CUJPPENrT -DEDRES: E .S.'SINE', r,T. ha rand etal, Defendant(s).
UNKNOWN the seal of this Court on
this 26 day of Septem- NOTICE OF ACTION
LAST KNOWN AD- ber, 2008.


DRESS: CAROLYN
AKERS A/K/A
CAROLYN MARIE AKERS
197 NORTH HAMPTON
CIRCLE FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 32547
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box
2501 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018


TO1: MICHAELAtL
MEDERNACH
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 5405 JOSH
DRIVE CRESTVIEW, FL.
32536
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


ANY AND ALL UN- LAST KNOWN AD-
KNOWN PARTIES IMPORTANT DRESS: -AUDREY F.
CLAIMING BY, In accordance with the MEDERENACH
THROUGH UNDER Americans with Disabili- LAST KNOWN AD-
AND AGAINST THE ties Act, persons with dis- DRESS: 5404 JOSH
HEREIN NAMED IN- abilities needing special DRIVE CRESTVIEW, FL.
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- accommodation to partic- 32536
ANT(S) WHO ARE ipate in this proceedin
NOT KNOWN TO BE should contact Court Ad- CURRENT ADDRESS:
DEAD OR ALIVE, ministration at 101 James UNKNOWN
WHETHER SAID UN- Lee Boulevard East Crest-
KNOWN PARTIES view, FL, 32536-3515; ANY AND ALL UN-
MAY CLAIM AN IN- telephone number KNOWN PARTIES
TEREST AS SPOUSE, (850)689-5000, Exten- CLAIMING BY,
HEIRS DEVISEES sion 7497, prior to the THROUGH UNDER
GRANTEES, OR proceedin .or Shalimar AND AGAINST THE
OTHER CLAIMANTS [850)651-7497 HEREIN NAMED IN-
UEVIUUlAL UiEcinU-


LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:


IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
E lin Parkway, Shalimar,
F, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
orior to the proceeding.


LOT 2 WINDMILL II,
ACCORDING TO THE 10/04/2008
PLAT BOOK 12 10/11/2008
PAGE 84, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
O KA LOOSA la Ll # 100411
COUNTY, FLORIDA.


has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before November
7, 2008, on Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.


UIVIUUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-


IN THE CIRCUIT L1 pro pertuy n
COURT OF THE FIRST OKALOOSA County,,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN rlorida
AND FOR LOT 14 BLOCK C,
OKALOOSA LO
COUNTY FLORIDA ANTIOCH ESTATES
CIVIL ACIONCASE BEING A PORTION
NO.:46-2008-CA- OF SECTION 35 AND
004847 DIVISION: 36 TOWNSHIP 3
FILE NO.F08069871 NORTH, RANGE 24
WEST, OKALOOSA
WELLS FARGO BANK, COUNTY, FLORIDA
NA SUCCESSOR BY ACCORDING TO PLAT
MERGER "TO WELLS RECORDED IN PLAT
FARGO HOME MORT-BOOK 17, PAGE
GAGE INC., 53-54 OF THE PUBLIC
Plaintiff, RECORDS OF SAID
Plainti, COUNTY.


MICHAEL MEDERNACH,


.-.,nen .-lete J.e'. I ani,"
or. Or blef:re Nc,.embe ,
6, 2008, on Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.,-".
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-'
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300. Tampa, Florida
33634 and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will beo
entered against you for ..
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and
the se3al of fhis Court on
this 25 day of Septem-
ber, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law,
Group, P.L. P.O. Box.
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the."
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-' '
ipate in this proceeding '
should contact Court A
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East Crest-:`
view, FL, 32536-3515;.
telephone number
(850)689-5000, Exten-._
sion 7497, prior to the
proceedinq.or Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with thel
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-'
abilities needing special '
accommodation to partic-,
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-.
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.


10/04/2008
10/11/2008

Legal # 1004


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Crestview News Bulletin I 9


. 171-lf3 n..-.i.13..J .-a-f1:A3j.smj4:3
AND FOR TOWNSITE OF PORT
OKALOOSA DIXIE ACCORDING
COUNTY, FLORIDA TO PLAT THEREOF
CIVIL ACTION CASE ON FILE IN PLAT
NO.: BOOK 1, PAGES 64
46-2008-CA-003934 65 AND 66 OF THE
DIVISION: FILE NO: PUBLIC RECORDS OF
F08057626 OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CHASE HOME FI- A/K/A 35 7TH STREET,
NANCE LLC SUCCES- SHALIMAR, FL 32579
SOR BY MERGER TO Any person claiming an
CHASE MANHATTAN interest in the surplus
MORTGAGE CORPORA- from the sale, if any,
TION, other than the property
Plaintiff, owner as of the dare of
the Lis Pendens must file
vs. a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
KATHERINE S, VANCE, WITNESS MY HAND
et al, and the seal of this Court
Defendant(s). on Sept. 22, 2008.


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KATERINE S.
VANCE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 39 LOG PLACE
DESTIN, FL 325412028
CURRENT ADDRESS: 39
LOG PLACE DESTIN, FL.
325412028
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
in property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Vicki Jackson
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
proceeding. or Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
E lin Parkway, Shalimar,
F, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
09/27/2008
10/04/2008


I)T 39, PINE RIDGE _______,_._..
TRACE A
TOWNHOME DEVEL- LEGAL #120097
OPMENT ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT IN THE CIRCUIT
FILED THEREOF IN COURT FOR
PLAT BOOK 7 OKALOOSA
PAGES 60 AND 61' COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN THE OFFICE -00 PROBATE DIVISION
THE CLERK OF CIR- FILE NO. 08CP1093
CUlT OKALOOSA DIVISION
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF LOIS


has been filed against FRANCES WHITE
you and you are required Deceased.
to serve a copy of your TICE TO CREDITORS
written defenses,if any, NOTICE TOCREDITORS
on or before November
12, 200, on Florida De- The administration of the
fault Law Group, P.L., estate of Lois Frances
Plaintiff's attorney, whose White, deceased, whose
address is 9119 Corpo- date of death was August
rate Lake Drive, Suite 6th, 2008, and whose
300 Tampa, Florida social security number is
33634 andfile the origi- 438-62-7062, is pend-
nal with is Court either n in the Circuit Court
before service on for Okaloosa County,
Plaintiff's attorney or im- Florida Probate Division,
mediately thereafter; oth- the address of which is
erwise a default will be 101 E. James Lee Blvd.
entered against you for Crestview, FL 32536.
the relief demanded in The names and ad-
the Complaint or petition. dresses of the personal
representative and the
WITNESS my hand and personal representative's
the seal of this Court on attorney are set forth be-
this 30 day of Septem- low. All creditors of the
ber, 2008. decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
Don W. Howard mands against
Clerk if the Court decedent's estate on
By: Kitty Sims whom a copy of this no-
As Deputy Clerk lice is required to be
served must file their
Florida Default Law claims with this court
Grou, P.L. P.O. Box WITHIN THE LATER OF
25018 Tampa, Florida 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
33622-5018 TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
IMPORTANT TWICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
In accordance with the THE DATE OF SERVICE
Americans with Disabili- OF A COPY OF THIS
ties Act, persons with dis- NOTICE ON THEM.
abilities needing special All othercreditors of the
accommodation to partic- decedent and other per-
ipate in this proceeding sons having claims or de-
should contact Court A9d- mcmds against
ministration'at 101 James decedent's estate must
Lee Boulevard East Crest- file their claims with this
view, FL, 32536-3515; court WITHIN 3
telephone number MONTHS AFTER THE
(850)689-5000, Exten- DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
sion 7497, prior to the LICATION OF THIS NO-
proceeding.or Shalimar TICE.
1850)651-7497 ALL CLAIMS. NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
IMPORTANT ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
In accordance with the TION 733.702 OF THE
Americans with Disabili- FLORIDA PROBATE
ties Act, persons with dis- CODE WILL BE FOREVER
abilities needing special BARRED.
accommodation to partic- NOTWITHSTANDING
ipate in this proceedirta THE TIME PERIOD SET
should contacCourt Court Ac- FORTH ABOVE ANY
ministration at 1250 N. CLAIM FILED tWO(21
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, YEARS OR MORE AFTER
FL 32579; telephone THE DECEDENT'S DATE
number (850)651-7497, OF DEATH IS BARRED.
prior to the proceeding. The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
10/04/2008 October 4, 2008.
10/11/2008 Personal Representative:
Joseph Edmond LeBlanc,
LEGAL #120093 Jr. 14323 Sun Harbor
Dr. Houston, TX 77062
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST Attorneys for Personal
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Representative: Russell R.
AND FOR Winer Attorney at Law
OKALOOSA 1904 E. Busch Blvd.
COUNTY FLORIDA Tampa, FL 33612-8666
CIVIL ACTION CASE T e I e
NO. phone:(813)933-5700
2006-CA-4320-S FILE Florida Bar No. 517070
'NO: F06017420
10/04/2008
COUNTRYWIDE 10/11/2008
HOME LOANS, INC,
Plaintiff,


vs.
MARGO E. BOOT
et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RESCUE
ULED FORECLOSU
SALE
NOTICE IS HERE
GIVEN pursuant to
Order Rescheduling Fc
closure dated Sept. 1
2008 and entered
Case N
2006-CA-4320-S of t
Circuit Court of the FIR
Judicial Circuit in and
OKALOOSA Cour
Florida wherein COLU
TRYWIDE HOM
LOANS, INC is t
Plaintiff and MARGO
BOOTH; are the Defer
ants, I will sell to I
highest and best bid(
for cash at IN FRONT
CLERK'S FRONT DOC
OF SHALIMAR ANN
at 11:00AM, on the
day of Oct, 2008,
following described pri
erty as set forth in said
nal Judgment:
LOTS 14 AND 1
AND THE NORTH
FEET OF LOT 1
BLOCK 50, AND TI
EAST 100 FEET I
THE 20 FOOT V
CATED ALLEY LYI
BETWEEN LOTS
AND 16, BLOCK 5


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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 N6.Copies of Sin-
glle Issue Published
Nearest to Filing Date.
Total Number of Copies:
Average: 3054
ActuaE 2378


1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
uiet gated. No pets
$57,mo/ $S50dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-6985

Prookmeade Villas
Apts. 1 apartment
available now for the eld-
erly, handicapped & dis-
abed. 102. Noble Circle
Crestview Fl 3253P
850-689-2272 TDD/1TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity.


NEW TODAY


Paid Circulation Crestview 2br 1 ba
Mailed Outside-County duplex $650mo. 2912 B
Paid Subscriptions Stated Crescent Ave. 537-0141
on PS Form 3541:
Average: 121 Crestview- 2 br 1 ba,
Actual: 08 $650/mo + $650 dep.
., .. No petsl Oct 1st 850
Mailed In- Couny Su 398-757 or 420-1517
scriptions Stated on nPS
Form 3541:
Average: 1481 Crestview Bent Creek
Actuaf: 1344 Apts II Vouchers Ac-


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:
Averae:O0
Actuap 0
Total Paid Distribution:
Average: 2488
Actual 2122
Total Free or Nominal
Rate Distribution:
Avernnage: 0


cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
opts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity

Furnished 1 BR for ma-
ture person, no smoking
or pets. Utilities furnished
$550. Call 689-1318



I-- 6130


NfW r00AY


Actual: 0 Crestview 2BR 1 BA
townhouse at 146 Lake
Total Distribution St. Washer, dryer, stove
Average: 2488 and fridge $500mo+
Actua 2122 $500dep 682-6514
Copies not Distributed: Crestview- 3 br 2i/2
Average: 566 b, cg, near Wal-Mart.
Actua 256 Pets ok. $900/mo. Avail
Total: 10/15 496-2563
Average: 3054
ActuaF 2378
Percent Paid:
Avera e: 100 6140
Actual 100 3BR/2BA half acre on
Publication of StatementAurora Dr. $800.;
oaf Ownership: statement 3BR/2BA half acre on E.
October 1, 2007 Chestnut $1000.;
3BR/2BA 1810 sf. on
Jason Mobley Limestone $1095.;
General Manager 3BR/2BA on half acre,
September 26, 2008 Pool w/pool mainte-
I certify that all informa- nance. Property Profes-
tion furnished on this sionals 683-714
form is true and com-
plete. I understand that 4BR/2BA, A,-i.:.,h Es-
anyone who furnishes states $1100. JBF'/2BA
false or misleading infor- 2403sf. Old Bethel Es-
mation on this form or states $1400.; 4BR/4BA
who omits material or in- Holly Hi'l p.:.:.. pond, 2
formation requested on acres, I 1.01, Property
the form may be subject Professionals 683-1714
to criminal sanctions
(including fines and im-
prisonment) and/or civil
sanctions (including civil 111
penalties. I
October 2008.
october 1, 2008. Crestview 2BR/1BA
10/1/2008 $500. mo + dd Call
10/4/2008 682-8921


pletely renovated, all
new carpet, ceramic tile
floors, new cabinets &
appliances.. No pets.
$60mo+dd. 682-4024


NEW TlOBAY


fenced ard available for
lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
cation to both bases.
Terms negotiable. $1200
mo. CalP850 699-2189
Laurel Hill 2BR, split
bath, stove, fridge, air &
heat. Avail Oct 1. $500.
mo+utils 850-652-4155


Crestview 304 Elm Mlligan JbK/ZBA
Ave. 3 BR / 2 B NearHwy 90 Brand new
screened in porch $875. mo + dd call
fenced yard, pets OK, 685-2650 or 682-0965
no lease req. $500. -
mo + $250. dd Avail.
soon Call 683-1040 T

Crestview -' 3BR/1BA
$600. mo $400. dd. Rent toOwn
462 Savage St. call Crestview- Owner
682-3931 financed. 3 br, 1 ba.
$690 mo. (includes taxes
& insurance) with $3000
NEW rOAY down. 537-9798
Teel & Waters
Crestview 4BR/2BA Real Estate
6411 Lake Ella Rd. RENTALS
$400. mo + dd Call
682-8921 865-8921 682-6156
f 204 Booker St.
Crestview $500 2 br, 1 ba
/ Duplex 231 Lustan Dr, $1000
2/1 Duplex 4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
New carpet / freshly 391 Riverchase
painted, $600 mo/$600 $1150, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
DD, pets ok with addi- No pets
tional deposit, 682-7731 139Stephens Lane,
Mon-Fri $850, 3br, 2ba, 1 AC
1524 Long Needle Ct,
Crestview $1000, 3, 2, 2, no pets
3/1 Duplex + Commercial
New carpet / fresh C 290 Main Street $1500eral
painted, $700 mo/$70 290 Main Street $1500
DD, pets OK with addi
tonal depsOKith 682a77ddi All Pro erties require a
Mon Freposit, 682-771 credit c eck, 1 yr lease,
Mon-Fri ________ no inside smoki'n. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
N Call Debra Frost
EW T 682-6156


Crestview- 3bd 2ba
3376 Polly Ln. Brick, no
large pets, X Large
fenced yard $700. mo +
$700. n De) 600+Credit


Score a plus. 642-2121 NE TODAY

NEW TODAY Crestview Furnished
rooms nvnil Oct 15


Crestview- 3br 2ba
1 cg 1100sf. Custom up-
graded home. W/D inc.
$875mo close to schools
& shopping. Section 8
approved. Call 850
642-1612 or 642-1642


$85. wk. Great for out of
town workers or local
376-7676_
Roommate to share
3br 2ba,' brick house
$450mo includes all utili-
ties/ cable. Call
689-8978


Crestview 3br, 2ba, ......
$500/mo + $50 dep
795 Barrow St
398-2284 ,t
Crestview- Brick 3br, 2
ba on 1 acre Auburn
area, $700/mo 850 N f TluA
652-4374 W
16x80 M.H. 3br./ 2ba
.., T. Day w/ W/D hook up,
NEWrq UII CH&A, $695 per mo.,
$500 dep. 682-1266 or
Crestview- Countrwiew 978-3196
4 br, 2 ba built in 2004.3BR/2BA on 3122
ON[Y $p0mol Call Auburn Rd. Large yard,
Jenn at Pelican Real Es- no ets $600 mo &
tate 15-0972 $600.dd call 546-1960
Crestview NE, MH out Auburn area3br, 2ba,
in the country on 1 acre large yard. Large trailer:.
nice 3 br, 2 ba, w/ No smoke/pets. $550
porches, playhouse shed mo. $575dd. 240-0890
all applsin. W/D.
$625/mo. +$350sd. + Baker 3bd, 2ba, until
inside pet dep. 850 ind, large yard $700.
758-8629 or 682-2009 mo $400. dep No pets.
Crestview --Spacous Call 850-758-9721 after
Crestview Spacious 4pm
2500sf, qreat location, 4pm
pets ok,1200/mo. Da-Crestew Newly Re-
vid 850-826-1662 modeled 2br, 1 ba,
-$450mo. Quiet park. No
Crestview, 114 Jacob $4pets. Mlituiet ark No
St. 3br 2b, 1100sf. pets Military & seniors
ySt. 3brd, mo. PetL welcome. 850-585-8192
yard, $875/mo. Pet/--
smoking ok. 652-2285 Holt & Baker Centrally
SLocated Singlewide MH
Crestyiew, 2 br, 1 ba, 3 br 2 baona 1 acre
CH&A, section 8 ap- private lot in quiet neigh-
roved. 740 Dixie Street, orhood. No pets Re-
$585mo, $500 dd. centl upgraded
683-8928 or 758-1609 $55dep $550mo. Also
S3bd 2ba Newly remod-
Crestview, FL. eled w/ upgrades on
Beautiful 1/2 acre private
lot.$450 mo+ $450dd
Crestview No pets References re-
Home For Rent quired 865-3406
Great Neighborhood,
close to everything,
large yard 2300 sf un
furnished 4 BR, 2.5 BA
2 car .ara.e. Call
850-259.156o. F i' UJI


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


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vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
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ink back yard perfect
for ets. $299,000.
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house for investment. Call
651-0987


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Crestview- 3 br 2 ba
on 10 acres, 20d2 dou-
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SCHEDULE
Today
High School Cross
Country
Crestview at Rutherford Meet,
Panama City, 8 a.m.

High School Volleyball
Crestview at Tate
Tournament, TBA

Monday
High School Volleyball
Laurel Hill at Bethlehem, 5:30
p.m.
Catholic at Crestview, JV 4
p.m., V 5 p.m.

Girls Middle School
Basketball
EMCS at Baker 5 p.m., 6
p.m.

Middle School
Volleyball
Richbourg at Lewis 3 p.m.
Bruner at Davidson, 3 p.m.

Tuesday
Boys High School Golf
Crestview vs. Niceville,
Choctaw, FWB at Kelly
Plantation 3 p.m.

Girls High School Golf
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, 3 p.m.

High School Volleyball
Choctaw at Crestview, JV 5
p.m., V 6 p.m.
Pensacola Christian at Baker,
JV5 p.m., V6 p.m. /
Laurel Hill at Walton, JV 5
p.m., V 6 p.m.

Freshman Football
Choctaw at Crestview, 6 p.m.

Junior Varsity Football
Jay at Baker, 6 p.m.

Boys Middle School
Basketball
Baker at Laurel Hill, 4 p.m.,
5 p.m.

Girls Middle School
Basketball
Baker at Laurel Hill, 6 p.m.,
7 p.m.

Bulldog Golf
Tournament
The Crestview High
School boys and girls golf
teams are sponsoring a
3-person scramble Oct. 18
at Adara Country Club with
sign-in at 8:30 a.m. followed
by a 9 a.m. start.
Cost of the tournament
is $45 in advance or $50 the
day of the tournament.
Entry fee includes green
fee, cart, mulligans, throws,
closest-to-the-pin prizes and
refreshments.
Prizes will be awarded to
the first, second and third
place teams.
You can sign up a team
or sign up as an individual
and be.placed with a team.
Send entry form and
fee to Gene Parish, c/o
Crestview High School, 1250
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview,
FL 32536. You can call to
register at the following num-
bers: Gene Parish (home)
682-9489, Kenny Rogers
689-7177, ext. 1560 or
Adara Country Club 689-
1111.
The field is limited to the
first 22 teams to register.

Memorial
Tournament
The Christian Thomhave
Memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament is set for Oct. 24
at 1 p.m. at Foxwood Country
Club.
SPlay in the two-person
scramble begins at 1 p.m. with
a shotgun start.
The tournament funds
a scholarship at Northwest
Florida State College (formerly
Okaloosa-Walton College).
in memory of Christiarn


Thomhave. '
Entry fee is $34 for
Foxwood members and $44
for non-members.


Leader of the pack



Crestview golf team depends on senior Mike Taylor


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview senior golf-
er Mike Taylor has a hard
time remembering when
he didn't play the game.
"I've probably been
playing since I was three
or four," he said. "My
dad got me started and
taught me everything.
"Foxwood (Country
Club) was my second
home growing up."
Now grown up, Taylor
is the leader of the Bull-
dog team.
"Mike's a pretty good
leader," CHS coach Gene
Parish said. "He keeps
the kids in line pretty
well. He understands it's
a team sport.
"When he has a bad
day I think everybody
has a bad day. When he
has a good. day, he usu-
ally brings the other kids
up with him. He kind of
keeps them going."
Parish said Taylor has
a leadership style fitting
of his own personality.
"Mike's kind of qui-
et," Parish said. "He's
not real open.
"He doesn't talk a lot
that I've seen. He kind of
stays within himself."
That aspect of Taylor's
personality seems perfect
for the game of golf.
"You don't play
against other players,
you play against your-
self," Parish said. "That's
what I try to emphasis to
him."
Playing against him-
self is the thing Taylor
loves most about golf.
"Nobody can beat you
except yourself," he said.
"It's completely person-
al.
"Nobody is going to
make you play worse be-
sides yourself. You con-
trol what you are going
to do."
What Taylor sees
as the weakness in his
game, Parish sees as his
strength.
"The short game (is
most difficult) because
of having to be patient,"
Taylor said. "You have
to know how to control
yourself, and it's a strug-
gle."
Taylor -apparently
hides his short-game
struggles well.
"His chipping and
putting are probably his
strengths," Parish said.
"He drives the ball well,


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Mike Taylor putts the ball during a recent CHS golf practice.


but sometimes he gets
carried away (with his
driving) and starts spray-
ing the ball around.
"So mostly chip-
ping and putting are his
strengths."
When things are going
well off the tee, Taylor
believes that is the easi-
est thing in golf.
"I want to say driving
(is the easiest), but not all
the time," he said. "When
you have a good day, it's
a good day. When you
have a bad day, it's a bad
day."


Parish thinks those
bad days off the tee are
just a sign of Taylor's
youth.
"Sometimes kids have
to show off a little bit, and
when they over-swing
they end up hitting a bad
shot," he said.
When that bad shot
comes, Taylor borrows a
tactic from Tiger Woods.
"He has 10 (physical)
steps he gives himself to
calm down," Taylor said.
"At the end of those 10
steps he doesn't remem-
ber anything. And I try to


do that."
Taylor enjoys hav-
ing three courses in the
Crestview area and be-
lieves the variety that
Foxwood, Adara and
Heritage Plantation of-
fer will only enhance his
game in the future.
"You have three dif-
ferent challenges and
you have to know how
to play three different
games," he said.
"None of the courses
we play are the same, and
neither are the courses
where we practice."


CHS golfers closing in on the competition


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Gene Parish laughs as
he tells the story about
how he ended up as the
Crestview High School
boys golf coach this
year.
"Mr. Coleman (Crest-
view principal Ed)
caught me down at
Sam's (Club in Fort Wal-
ton Beach) and asked
me if I wanted to do the
boys golf," Parish said.
"And then he went back
to school and tells every-
body he got so desperate
he had to go to Sam's to
find him a golf coach."
Parish, a longtime
coach and school ,ad-


ministrator in Okaloosa
County, is enjoying his
time with the Bulldog
golf team even if it
has been a game of catch
up since he took over the
team.
"It's different," he
said. "The thing about
it is, he talked to me two
or three months before,
but I didn't sign a con-
tract until two or three
weeks before the season
started.
"We really had to hus-
tle to get a schedule. We
play Fort Walton Beach,
Choctaw and Niceville
about six or seven times.
Of course they've been
beating our brains out
because they are so far


ahead of us, but we will
catch up. We've got a lot
of young kids that are
coming along."
I Seniors Mike Tay-
lor and Anthony Perez
are the top two Bulldog
players with plenty of
others in the mix.
Junior Jay Morgan,
who got a late start this
year when he got stuck
in Japan for two weeks
while trying to return
from his native Korea, is
starting to come around.
Cory Peaden and fresh-
man A.J. Locke are
among the more consis-
tent players on the team.
Crestview has 11 play-
ers who compete for the
five playing slots each


week. Parish uses that
depth to try and keep his
team sharp.
"We have qualifiers
on Mondays and the
top five guys play that
week," he said. "We
have another qualifier
the next week.
"I tell them this is a
sport you practice on
your own. I'll watch
them and give them tips,
but it's something you
do yourself."

Review the results from
all of Crestview's boys golf
matches and check out the
Dawgs' top individual
scores at our online CHS
golf reference page at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


of Jeff Marks' golf tips at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


CRE8TVIEW NEWS BULLETIN





SPORTS

SATURDAY, OCTO5fn 4f


A RE U INVOE D IsWe are always looking for sports Information and news
II ,l I f V7 from those involved in our community. M
Please direct all sports news, Information and results to Sports Editor o 7F-_-O.. .RI1ADA
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@crestviewbulletin.com cp., NeaF .prits e


GOLF TIPS

from the pro


How to

avoid tree

trouble
Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

There's a joke among golf-
ers about a 70-something golf-
er telling a 20-something golfer
"that when he
was the young
man's age he
would take his
7-iron and hit
the ball over
the tree in the
middle of the
Jeff fairway.
Marks When the
young man
tries, his shot hits about two-
thirds of the way up on the ma-
jestic 60-foot tree and ricochets
back into the fairway.
At that point the old man
says, "Of course when I was
your age that tree was only 10
or 12 feet tall."
Inevitably every golfer from
the weekend hackers,to the
PGA pro finds himself or herself
with the task of dealing with a
tree.
In this week's segment of
Golf Tips from the Pro, Heritage
Plantation PGA teaching pro
Jeff Marks tells us how to hit
it the ball low to get under the
tree. Next week Marks will dis-
cuss hitting over the tree.
Nobody hits it in the middle
all day long. Sometimes we are
in the trees, unfortunately. So
we need to go over trees or
under trees.
It is (hitting under tree limbs)
a pretty easy technique. What
we want to do is get the club in
a position at impact where it is
de-lofted, or the grip is leaning
toward the target a bit.
The easy way to do that
is to play the ball back in your
stance, kind of in between the
middle of your stance and your
back foot.
We want to lean our weight
toward our front foot a little bit.
Set our hands forward. And
we are going to take an ab-
breviated backswing about
three-quarters-- and hit down
on the shot.
The key to hitting this shot is
you have to finish low with your
hands in front of the club.
Keep your weight forward
toward your front foot and fin-
ish low.
You do want to get some
hinge in your swing going back
so you can get some power.
But the key is to hold the hinge
so you can keep your hands in
front coming into impact.
It is a little bit difficult. If you
have a right-sided golfer he's
right-handed, and because
they are so right-handed they
tend to flip (the club) at impact,
which adds more loft when you
hit it.
What you want to feel on
this shot is you want take your
dominant hand out of the shot
and feel like your other hand is
in control.
You can practice this by put-
ting your dominant hand in your
pocket and taking a few swings
with your glove hand across the
grass. That will help you quite
a bt,
Whenever you play the ball
back in your stance you want
to set your feet a little left (right
for left-handed golfers). That will
compensate for the ball wanting
to go right (or left for lefties).
As far as hitting the shot,
you want to go right down the
line.
The biggest key is keeping
the top hand dominant, hands
in front, finish low.

If you have a golf question
for Heritage Plantation teach-
ing pro Jeff Marks e-mail it to
Randy Dickson at randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com, or mail
it to Randy Dickson, 295 W
James Lee Blvd., Crestview,
FL 32536. See video versions




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