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In, search of hi story

Local man uses metal detector to unearth unique artifacts
Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview resident Don-.,
ald Perring bought a metal
detector at a yard sale and
found a $400 diamond ring
on his first outing.
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cially these days when he b t
searches for area historical
sites and the small threads
of evidence that document
them.
"Every job's a treasure ,,
hunt,like a detective sto-
ry,"rsaid Perring. am
Perring, a Connecticut
native and history buff,
was treasure hunting
long before his wife's job
brought them to North-
west Florida.
He started diving to
retrieve nets for relatives
in the commercial fishing
business, which ledtodiv-
ing on old shipwrecks. He
retrieved artifacts such as
a ship's compasses, spy-
glasses, whistles and ch ina,
most of which he donated
to area museums. His fam-
ily used iron stone china
he brought up from the
"Granite State" a steam-
boat that sank in 1883 --
for its holiday dinner table
for many years.
His metal detecting
often is based on the thrill
of the hunt. There are trea-
sures to be found, but their
value often is in the eye of
the beholder.
For example, one of Per-
ring's favorite finds is a
mangled padlock that was
obviously opened by force,
probably an explosion.
See HISTORY A7
Above right, Don Perring
holds his metal detector
and a few of the artifacts he
has discovered with it. At
right, artifacts that Perring
has unearthed at sites in
north Okaloosa and Walton
Counties.
Ann Spann / News Bulletin


Beloved local


veterinarian


honored


The late Dr.
John Fountain
opened area's
first clinic
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The area veterinary
community celebrated the
legacy of the late Dr. John
Fountain this past week.
Dr. Fountain was hon-
ored posthumously Friday
by the Florida Veterinary
Medical Association for his
dedication and devotion to
the veterinary profession.
Dr. Fountain was the
FVMA's first recipient of
the President's Award. The
award is given in apprecia-
tion to a person who made
an impact on another vet-
erinarian or on the veteri-
nary profession.
"Dr. Fountain epito-
mized the spirit behind the
award," said FVMA Execu-
tive Director Philip Hinkle.
Dr. Fountain's family
accepted the award during
the FMVA's 79th Annual
Conference at the Buena
Vista Palace Resort and Spa
in Orlando. More than 10
members of Dr. Fountain's
family made the trip.


Dr. John E. Fountain


"It's a chance to honor
an outstanding veterinar-
ian, human being and
someone who made a con-
tribution during his life,"
said FVMA President Dr.
James Brechin of Destin.
"He was one of those peo-
ple who was always there
for anyone who had a prob-
lem. He was always very
supportive of veterinary
medicine and was glad to
offer advice to anyone who
needed it. He was the kind
of man everyone would
like to grow up to be."
Dr. Fountain, who
passed away earlier this
year at age 75, was a be-
loved veterinary in Crest-
See LOCAL A7


Planned exchange


in Shalimar brings


ire of retirees


Locals say
complex
should be built
in north county

John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin
Some north Okaloosa
County military retirees
say a proposal to build
a multi-million dollar
Armed Forces Exchange
Service (AAFES) shop-
ping complex within the
shadow of Hurlburt and
Eglin is a waste of tax-
payer money and ignores
marketplace potential.
The proposal was fea-
tured in a Sept. 9 news
article in the Northwest
Florida Daily News. Joe
Giuffreda, vice president
of the community develop-
ment initiative and plans
directorate for AAFES,
stated the 500,000-square-
foot store would be built
on federal property in


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ABOUT THE BASE
EXCHANGE
Read the original article
about the proposed BX at
www nwfdailynews corn.
Type "base exchange" into
the search window.

Shalimar and would be
something of a novel idea
insofar as it also would be
home to non-traditional
stores and shops, which
might include restau-
rants like Olive Garden or
Chili's.
North end residents say
the plan misses the point
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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8, 2008 -


A message from Crestview's Mayor


An update from Crest-
view Mayor David Cadle:

Scouting Day in Crest-
view was scheduled for
Oct. 4. This is a great
time for the citizens of
Crestview to recognize
and acknowledge the
outstanding contribu-
tions that scouting has
provided for our city and
our nation.
The mission of the
Boy Scouts is to prepare
young people to make


ethical and
moral choic-
es over their
lifetimes by
instilling
in them the
values of
the Scout
David Oath. The
world has
changed
in the last 98 years since
the founding of the Boy
Scouts but the scouts
have remained true to
their original principles


of civic service activities
and through thousands
of community service
projects have fostered the
spirit of citizenship.
The Girl Scouts of
the USA is the world's
preeminent organization
dedicated solely to girls
where, in an accepting
and nurturing environ-
ment, girls build charac-
ter and skills for success
in the real world.
Congratulations to
our active Boy and Girl


Scout organizations in
the Crestview commu-
nity and we wish them
much success in all their
endeavors. Keep up the
great work!

"Message from the
Mayor" will rotate be-
tween Crestview Mayor
David Cadle and Laurel
Hill Mayor Vizell Robbins.
"Message from the Mayor"
will appear in the Crestview
News Bulletin four times a
month.


The Laurel Hill City Council III. Public comments V. Auditor's Reort
meets Thursday at 7 p.m. at City IV. Minutes VI. Reports
Hall. The public is invited and en- 1. Sept. 11 CDBG Public Hear- 1. Clerk's Report
courage to attend. ing 2. Mayor's Report
I. Call the meeting to order 2. Sept. 11 Regular Meeting VII. Approve Payment of the
II. Prayer and Pledge of alle- 3. Sept. 18 Final Budget Hear- Bills
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Rally held in support of 'Crestview Kitten'

Crestview News Bulletin

About 20 people braved rainy conditions Tuesday
morning to conduct a rally in support of a Crestview
kitten killed with a sledgehammer in August.
The two men accused of killing the kitten were sched- .
uled to appear in court Tuesday to face felony animal -
cruelty charges. I 85T
Visit www.crestviewbulletin.com or pick up today's ~ i I -
edition of the Northwest Florida Daily News for more in-
formation about Tuesday's rally and court proceedings., .
Find out what News Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright '.
thought about the rally on Page A6.


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Downtown Office
302 N. Wilson Street
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


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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
t' .r consumers of all ages including affordable housing seminars. Active in the community,
Terry 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,
designed 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
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Lise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian

PROGRAMS
Full Moon Indian
Hunting Camp: Bring the
whole family and relive
the past with Blue Heron
(Wah-ka-chobee), a Semi-
nole/Creek Indian. Farris
Powell presents a unique
historical impression of
the Seminole warrior at
the turn of the 19th cen-
tury. See history come to
life in this authentic 1830s
hunting camp -- the
clothing, weapons, tools,
games, musical instru-
ments and food.
This authentic south-
eastern Indian hunting
camp program will be
held outside under the
full moon at the Crest-
view Robert L.F. Sikes
Public Library on Nov. 6
from 6 to 8 p.m. Park in
the east parking lot and
follow the sounds of the
Native American flute
played by Dale Palmer
of the local dulcimer
music group, The Pelican
Pickers. Sample the In-
dian drink "soffkee" and
pumpkin fry bread.
, Bring blankets or lawn
chairs and dress appro-
priately for the weather.
The program is designed
for school-aged children
through adult.


In case of rain the
event will be held next
door in the Crestview
Community Center.
Please call 682-4432 with
any questions.
Knitting and cro-
chet: Join our knitting
and crochet group every
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.
For more information
e-mail Rae Schwartz at
bakerny@yahoo.com.

YOUTH PROGRAMS
October is a special
month for the younger
among us. We'll be hav-
ing our regular programs,
plus a few more with our
special seasonal touch.
Lap Sit, held in the
Story Room, is designed
for children under the
age of 3 with their care-
giver. Older children are
always welcome. Join
us on specific Tuesdays
at 10:15 a.m. for stories,
songs, and finger- plays.
The Oct. 14 theme will be
"Happy Birthday!"
Story Time is de-
signed for those who are
at least 3 years old (un-
less accompanied by an
older sibling) and meets
at 10:15 a.m. on Wednes-
days and Thursdays in
the Meeting Room for sto-
ries and songs. After the
program, you and your
child may do a simple


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craft together. October
will be the celebration of
adorable webbed-footed
creatures. Listen to sto-
ries, sing songs, and make
your own webbed feet
and duck bill. The theme
today and Thursday will
be "Flap Your Wings."
The theme Oct. 15 and 16
will be "Just Ducky"
One Monday after-
noon a month, children
ages 6 and up will put
their creative energy to
work and create Crafts
From Around the World.
Children can start their
craft any time after 3 p.m.
but need to finish their
craft by 5 p.m. Parents
are welcome to visit once
and get a feel for the
class, and then, enjoy the
library! We'll bring your
child to you when he/she
finishes. Registration at
the front desk is required.
We need to know how
many crafts to prepare..
Attendees do not need to
bring supplies.
Teen Read Week will
be held Oct. 12 to 18 ev-
ery afternoon from 2 p.m.


to 4 p.m. Come celebrate
with us and play Nin-
tendo Wii.
Teen Time with the
Wii! is designed for ages
12-18 only. Nintendo Wii
will be available for play
every afternoon from 2
to 4 p.m. during the Teen
Read Week. After Oct.
18 we will go back to the
regular Friday afternoon
schedule. Parents and fam-
ily members are welcome
to hang out and use the li-
brary, but the Wii activities
are only available to teens.
If you have any questions,
just ask for Miss Janice.

FAMILY
LIBRARY TIME
Bring your own pump-
kin and wear paint-able
clothes to the Crestview
Community Center on
Oct. 21! We're painting
pumpkins! 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.
Registration is required for


this free event sponsored
by the Crestview Public
Library and the Okaloosa
County Public Library Co-
operative. When you visit
the pumpkin patch to pick
the perfect pumpkin, keep
in mind that it will be wet
with paint when you leave.
We recommend small pie
pumpkins because they are
cost-effective and easier to
handle, especially when
wet. Painting begins at
6 p.m. in the Crestview
Community Center. Please
call 683-4432 if you have
any questions.

STAFF PICKS
"The Miracle at
Speedy Motors" by Alex-
ander McCall Smith and
narrated by Lisette Lecat
(CD Fic McC). This is the
latest in the series of 'The
No. 1 Ladies' Detective
Agency'. I listened to this
on CD and really enjoyed
it. The narrator for this se-
ries is wonderful. She has
the beautiful lilt that comes
with the Botswana transla-
tion. Of course, it is one of
my favorite series so I am
biased. But if you are look-
ing for a soft read with an
incredible insight into the
feelings of others, you are
sure to love these stories.
"Nothing to Lose"
by Lee Child and nar-
rated by Dick Hill (CD


Fic Lee). This is another
favorite series of mine
as well as a lot of other
readers. Every time a
new story comes out, we
get a long line of requests
in both book and CD
format. This latest has
the beloved character
Jack Reacher doing what
he does best, going after
the bad guys. This time
it is not merely one bad
guy but a whole town
aptly called "Despair."
Be ready for a fast read.
It's hard to put the book
down or turn the CD off.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask any staff member,
Jean, Sandra, Anna,
Heather, Marie, Sengdara,
Lise, Tracey, Janice, Au-
drey or Sharon.

CONTACT US
Web: www.cityofcrest-
view.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive, Crestview,
FL 32539 (Behind the
Crestview Post Office)

QUOTE
"America, this is our
moment. This is our time.
Our time to turn the
page of the policies of the
past." Barack Obama.


Sand painting to be created at NWFSC


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Area residents will have
the unique opportunity
to observe the creation of
a Tibetan sand painting
next week at Northwest
Florida State College.
Monks from the
Drepung Loseling Monas-
tery will visit the college's
Mattie Kelly Fine & Per-
forming Arts Center McIl-
roy Gallery, where, begin-
ning Tuesday morning,
they will start work on the
painting.
Called a "mandala,"
a Sanskrit word for a sa-
cred cosmogram (a sym-
bol harmonious with the
world), each painting is


MANDALA SAND PAINTING
The rna:ndala sand painting ,egjns with an opening
cerern-,nri at 10 a.rn, Tu,.esdayv, Oct 14 The gallery, will
bLe open until 4 p rn Manricla creation continues Oct. 15-
17, 9.am to., 4 p rm. There will be a public reception or the
Tibetan monk artistls Frida., Oct. 17. 5 to 7 p m Special
Sunday hours are 9 a m. until after the closing ceremony;
,,hih ,-egir,,z at 3 p.nm. All events are free and ,pen to the
public. N'rmtri','.et Florida Smte College. Matte Kell\ Fine &
Feric.mring 4rls Cenrter M,'cllro, Galleri. Call (8501 729-6044
focr moie inforrnatiron


an intricate work created
from millions of grains of
colored sand.
The monks will begin
their creation with a cer-
emony at 10 a.m. during
which the site where the
painting will be made will
be consecrated by chants,
music and recitation of a
Buddhist mantra.


The work will continue
each day until a closing
ceremony on Oct. 18, at
which time the sand will
be swept away, a metaphor
for the impermanence of
all that exists, including
ourselves.
"In general all manda-
las have outer, inner and
secret meanings," said a


NWFSC release. "On the
outer level they represent
the world in its divine
form; on the inner level
they represent a map by
which the ordinary human
mind is transformed into
enlightened mind; and on
the secret level they depict
the primordially perfect
balance of the subtle ener-
gies of the body and the
clear light dimension of
the mind.
"The creation of sand
painting is said to effect
purification and healing
on these three levels," the
release added.
The ceremonies and
mandala creation process
are free events and open
to the public.


I ART ALENARI


'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 Per-
forming Arts Center on
the NWFSC Niceville
campus today through
Saturday. Tickets; $20
for adults and $15 for
youth.

Family Folk Art
Experience
A fun exploration
of folk arts including
painting, paper, quilt-
making, and other
hands-on projects for
the family (ages 5 and
up) on Oct. 11. Spon-
sored by the North
Okaloosa Cultural
Arts Association. Call
(850) 682-3339 for reg-
istration and details.
Time and location


* TBA. Families will
have the opportunity
to submit artwork for
the Display Booth at
the Tween the Rivers
Folk Art Festival on
Oct. 25.

Mandala Sand
Painting
Tibetan Bud-
dhist monks from the
Drepung Loseling
Monastery will con-
struct a Mandala sand
painting in the McIlroy
Gallery at the North-
west Florida State Col-
lege Mattie Kelly Arts
Center. The Oct. 14
opening ceremony be-
gins at 10 a.m. The gal-
lery will be open until
4 p.m. and on Oct. 15,
16, and 17 from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. A reception
will be held Oct. 17,
5-7 p.m. On Oct. 18,
the gallery will open
from 9 a.m. through
the closing ceremony,
which begins at 2 p.m.
Free.


Find the latest Arts & Entertainment new
online at www.crestiewbulletin.conm.


"And Then There Were None"


Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview High
School Theatre De-
partment presented its
production of "And
Then There Were None"
(formerly "Ten Little In-
dians") this past week-
end.

Cast members
Rogers Zach Hil-
lard
Mrs. Rogers Ro-
chelle Kandler
Frankie Narracott -
Chancer Teel
Vera Claythorne Sa-
mantha Lowrie
Philip Lombard Jes-
se Hinton
Adrian Marston -
Amanda Pack
William Blore Jarick
Rivers
General MacKenzie -
Marcus Mastra


Emily Brent Kelsey
Hundley
Sir Larence Wargrave
- Jason Porrata
Dr. Armstrong For-
rest Jenkins

Student production
staff
Assistant Director/
Stage Manager Morgan
Teel/Brittany Bray
Assistant Stage Man-
ager Ciara Ammons/
Susanna Cooper
Set Construction -
Jarick Rivers, Jason Por-
rata, Forrest Jenkins, Jesse
Hinton, Zach Hillard
Poster/Art Design -
Jennifer Puette
Painting "10" Cast
Sound Chayne Spar-
agowski
Video T.V. Produc-
tions Class
Lighting Arial Bel-
lamy, Taylor Lindley,


Fallon Simmons
Costumes Alyssa
Hamm
Props Cheryl Porte

Production staff
Director/Desinger -
Joe Hernandez
Chorus Director/Vo-
cal Coach Maeghan
Hernandez
Set Construction -
Larry Laxton, Joe P.
Hernandez, Rod Hil-
lard, Randall & Susan
Jenkins
Photographer Tra-
vis Patterson Photogra-
phy
Costumes Mrs.
Hamm.

What's next?
The CHS Theatre De-
partment plans to pres-
ent "Footloose" in April.
Show dates are set for
April 16-19.


Photos by Sunshine Wright / Special to the News Bulletin
Above, Jarick Rivers played the role of William Blore in the CHS Theatre Department
production. Below, Jarick Rivers (from left), Kelsey Hundley, Amanda Pack and Sam
Lowrie share the stage during the CHS production of "And Then There Were None."


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COMMUNITY


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2008


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Felgenhauers celebrate

60 years together


On Sept. 18, Art and
Estelle Felgenhauer cel-
ebrated their 60th anni-
versary.
A celebration was held
on Sept. 20 at the Senior
Activity Center at Span-
ish Trail Park for family
and friends. The theme
was a Hawaiian luau,
"bluegrass style." Mu-
sic was provided by the
"Pickers & Grinners," a
bluegrass/gospel group
that performs at the se-
nior center on Thursday
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, Ill., and lived
in the Chicago area until
10 years ago, when they
moved to Crestview.
They have two chil-
dren, nine grandchildren
and one great-grand-
child.


Stewarts celebrate

65th anniversary

Their entire family
wishes Jamie and Gudrun
4 Stewart a wonderful 65th
wedding anniversary.
Family members
wrote, "Your example in-
spires your two sons and
one daughter, your twin
grandchildren and your
three great-great-grand-
children."





Miller and Hardwick to wed


Ronnie and Vanessa
Miller of Baker announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Caitlin Ann
Miller, to Joseph Jacob
Hardwick. Hardwick is
the son of Jacob and Den-
ice Hardwick of Knoxville,
Tenn., and Khader and
Dora Daoud of Baker.
Caitlin graduated from
Baker High School and
attends Troy University,
where she will receive a
B.A. degree in December.


Joseph, a Baker High
School graduate, is em-
ployed by Okaloosa Gas
District.


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
You don't need to travel to the German Rheinland to sample great European food. Just head to the American
Legion Auxiliary's "Dinner Around the World."


Dinner around the world

Burritos meet egg rolls and bratwOrst at American Legion scholarship fundraiser


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Close your eyes and you could
almost hear the hoot of a barge
on the Yangtze, the chimes of Big
Ben, or a mariachi band playing in
the plaza. Can you feel the breeze
carrying the aroma of grilled
bratwfirst, or bearing the skirl of
Highland bagpipes?
For the 11th year, the Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary invites you
to join it for "Dinner Around the
World," its annual scholarship
fundraiser.
Nowhere else in the north
county region can you choose


from such a tempting array of in-
ternational cuisine.
From Asia to Europe and
down to South America, sample a
scrumptious buffet of dishes from
China, Thailand, Mexico, Italy, Po-
land, Scotland, Ireland, England,
Switzerland, Germany and more.
"Then we have a dessert table
that will have desserts from all
the countries represented," said
spokeswoman Ann O'Connor.
All the proceeds from the din-
ner benefit the Travis Schoenbeck
Scholarship Fund, named for the
grandson of a Crestview Legion-
naire who as a young man was
killed in a car accident. Every


year the legion auxiliary awards
a $1,000 and a $500 scholarship to
area college students.
The 11th Annual Dinner
Around the World will be held 7
p.m. on Saturday, at the Crestview
American Legion Post #75 hall at
898 East James Lee Blvd. The buf-
fet is $12. Call (850) 689-3195 for
more information.
There's no need to get a pass-
port, buy a plane ticket or pack
you luggage to enjoy great inter-
national cuisine. And you don't
need reserve in advance, said
O'Connor.
"Just show up," she said, "and
bring your appetite.


NOARC congratulates new Eagle Scout


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the Tech exam and was
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since then. He now is the
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ideas for his Eagle proj-
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proud of the role our club
had in Chayne's accom-
plishment.
This summer Chayne
achieved something very
significant something
many young men attempt
to attain, but very few


Special to the News Bulletin
New Eagle Scout Chayne Sparagowski (left), with Cal Zethmayr,
also is active in the North Okaloosa Amateur Radio Club.


succeed. ...
The highest rank in
scouting. ...
Eagle Scout.


Chayne's Eagle Scout
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EDUCATION


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Crestview News Bulletin A.5


Baker's school year is


off to a tremendous start


An update from Baker School Principal
Tom Shipp

The 2008-2009 Gator school year
has got-
ten off
to a tre- FROM THE
mendous FT
start. PRINCIPAL'S
Students
S dVdOFFICE
and staff
alike are
already
making remarkable accomplishments,
and I am confident that the best is yet
to come.

Recent news
Middle and high school math
teacher Pam Byrd was honored with
the prestigious Excel Award, noting
her hard work and that of her students
last year. Her students made some of
the highest FCAT math gains in the
state of Florida.
Our football and volleyball
teams both have winning records as
they reach the midway mark of their
respective seasons. I know Coach Kel-
logg and Coach Roy are proud of their
players.
Our own Sound of the Swamp
took straight superiors in last week-
end's band competition in Andalusia,
with drum major Elliot Howard taking
best of show.
The Baker P.R.I.D.E., our new
high school leadership class led by
teacher Becky Madsen, has been very
busy coordinating playground im-
provement efforts and raising money
for the Red Cross. At last count the
class had collected more than $1,000
for disaster relief.
Fourth-grade teacher Lori Wag-
ner once again won a Boeing grant to
further aeronautical-related studies on
her grade level.
Okaloosa County led the state
in students achieving Ready to Work
Credentials this past school year, and
Baker School was one of the tops in
the county thanks to the efforts of
JROTC officials Carl Dean and Eddie
Dennis. This year they will be joined
by CHOICE Web Design instructors
Brian Wagner and Rusty Oglesby. Ex-
pect big things from this crew during
this school year.


Baker School Principal Tom Shipp is
shown during summer work on the
school's parking lot.

Upcoming events
Upcoming events of significance
include the Miss Baker Pageant this
weekend and our fall open house Nov.
13. Special activities at open house
will be the ever-present Blood Mo-
bile sponsored again by our dynamic
JROTC. Additionally, we have teamed
with the Chamber of Commerce to
conduct a college and career night for
our students on the open house date.
We are expecting much business, col-
lege, and military participation and
many visiting students and parents.
There will be something for everyone
that night as elementary parents visit'
with their teachers and secondary
parents and students learn of future
employment opportunities.
Also don't forget Baker Homecom-
ing on Nov. 7!

Closing thoughts
I must mention how much stu-
dents, staff, parents, and visitors have
enjoyed our new and improved park-
ing. It was much needed for some
time. I would like to thank Superin-
tendent (Alexis) Tibbetts and our fabu-
lous school board for seeing that proj-
ect through in tough financial times.
Go, Gators!

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


Photos special to the News Bulletin
Mr. Teal's class gathers to thank Paul Lux, Supervisor of Elections-elect, and Tiffany
Rivera, Kids Vote, Too, coordinator, for sharing their time and knowledge.


More fun and learning



at Antioch Elementary


Mrs. Glenda Robinson, principal of Antioch Elementary,
finds herself surrounded with super readers and their new
books. Brian Son, Isaiah Cooke, Sean Maine and Quinn
Stegner were selected and rewarded because of their
outstanding efforts toward meeting their individual reading
goals.


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During Freedom Week,
Isaiah Harland, Connor
Bartlett, and Aaron Davis,
and Rebecca Bryan are
beginning the Kids Vote,
Too, process by registering
to vote in the Media Center
at Antioch.


Schools: Submit
photos of
activities at
your school to
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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY. OCT 8. 2008



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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: Gen. Wesley Clarks speaks at a
Barack Obama campaign rally in Crest-
view.
I can't believe people believe anything
Obama says. He hasn't given up any of
his money and won't ever. It is plain old
wealth re-distribution, and aborhon is
MURDER. How can anyone vote for that'"
*
Shucks, I am so disappointed that I
missed the rally. Now I can only look for-
ward to some painful dental work.

Too bad, I missed it too. Want change,
we will have it with a woman being or V\'P.

Topic: News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright writes in his "Passing Shots" blog
that the $700 billion spent to bail out/
rescue Wall Street would have been better
spent on checks to taxpayers to be used to
pay off debts.
\Ve just received $600 each from the gov-
ernnment We were told to spend it to help
stimulate the economy. Since that did not
help I don't think adding a few more zeros
to a figure will take care of the problem.
Market adlustment ultimately comes as it
did in l187 and probably needs to come in
the current economic environment. If we
listen to the "Chicken Little" stories from
our leadership and continue to get our in-
formation from the' talking heads" making
millions a year, we might )ust get what we
deserve. Bankruptcy laws replaced debtors
prison's and perhaps a combination of the
two could solve the current economy prob-
lems. Entitlement programs are not fair.
ta.\payers paying the rich guys failures are
ridiculous, and shooting the messenger is
Hey, maybe that's the answer!

Topic: News Bulletin Online Editor
Greg Allen comments on Microsoft's new
advertising campaign.
I agree that it s hard to figure out what
their purpose is especially the ones
where Bill (Gates' and ferrvy Seinfeld) are
living with the 'average' family. But then I
realized that the fact that we are discussing
them proves that the real purpose is to get
people talking about Microsoft.

Topic: Column by News Bulletin
Sports Editor Randy Dickson discusses
the departure of a key Crestview High
School football player.
Randy Dickson through no fault of his
own is in a little over his head when he tries
to separate rumors left on message boards
by store clerks and facts about anything.

WVant to add i t te Hubbub? Send llour
thought on inii north Okaloosa Co01titl nt ews.
topic.: to kdlew,_' -crestiie';.bulleti.com., or post
a comnCt oil o the stort' andri blogs at crcst-
vitLbiulletin coin.



Profundity
Brian Hughes

Here's another travel Profundity I have
sometimes pondered...

"Wl'/, oh iwlit,, do the wrong people
travel when the right people stall/
back home?"

SIR NOEL COWARD
(1899- 1973)
British humorist, playwright and songwriter, in
"Sail Away"


PASSING Concern for Animals 1


SKyle Wright Concern for Humans 0


A rally to support a
sometimes-downtrodden
group without a voice of its
own was scheduled to take
place Tuesday morning on
the lawn outside the Crest-
view courthouse.
The rally wasn't in sup-
port of the homeless. It
wasn't in support of those
in need of proper medical
care. It wasn't in support of
local residents who have re-
cently lost their jobs thanks
to the tanking economy.
This rally was in re-
sponse to the August
sledgehammer death of a
kitten in Crestview. The
group, with the support of
the Humane Society of the
United States, scheduled


the rally to coincide with
the plea date for the father
and son accused of killing
the kitten and throwing its
body into a neighbor's yard.
The concept of an anti-
animal abuse rally is fine.
Here's the part that has
me scratching my head:
I've been in this role at
the News Bulletin since De-
cember.
Right now, the score is
Pro-Animal Rallies 1, Pro-
Human Rallies 0.
We aren't aware of any
similar events that have tak-
en place to raise awareness
of the plight of people "who
don't have a voice," to use
the words of the "Crestview
Kitten" rally's organizer.


If there have been any
- and if so, I apologize for
missing it the organiz-
ing groups haven't sought
publicity.
Understand: I have no
problem with an animal
rights rally. My family has
a spoiled cocker spaniel at
home. If what happened to
the "Crestview Kitten" hap-
pened to our "Lew," and I
believed there was crimi-
nal intent, I might stage a
courthouse lawn rally of my
own.
The hope here: Organiz-
ers expected about 50 peo-
ple at Tuesday's rally.
They did something
good for animals "who
don't have a voice."


Now they should strive
to do something equally
good for people "who don't
have a voice."
And, most of us in-
cluding yours truly need
to find more ways to do the
same.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor. Contact him
at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com. Visit
the "Passing Shots" blog at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.
Recent blog posts comment on
Gen. Wesley Clark's campaign
appearance in Crestview and
suggestions for how Congress
could better spend the $700 bil-
lion in the Wall Street rescue/
bailout package.


This column initially was
submitted as a Letter to the
Editor.
The race between McCa-
in and Obama is currently a
dead heat. This election will
be decided by who wins,
independent voters and
swing states.
Guess what? America's
presidential ballot includes
lifelong consumer advocate
Ralph Nader, running as an
Independent, and several
others one a Libertarian,
another a Green, etc. They
are viable candidates with
growing support. Each de-
serves to be heard and to be
in on the debates.
Why aren't you covering
this story? Third-party can-
didates from diverse views
of the political spectrum
will play a large role in this
2008 election. Your readers
want to know this! Our na-
tion is stuck in two wars,
sinking deep into recession,
with huge financial cor-
porations collapsing daily,
mortgage foreclosures esca-


lating, stock market falling
and manipulated oil prices
permeating our economic
landscape. President Bush,
his mostly inept appoin-
tees, and both major parties
greatly contributed to the
policies and decisions that
got us into this terrible, hor-
rific quagmire.
Yes, I support Ralph Na-
der! My 20 years of volun-
tary Air Force service are far
in the past; however, they
only indicate how much
I love our vast country. I
am totally disappointed by
what she has become! Cor-
porate and personal greed
continues to be exposed as
a prime culprit for much
of my disappointment. We
have lost our way, become
selfish and greedy, and
need true leadership to find
the way out of this mess.
Ralph Nader has always
had the citizen's best in-
terests in mind! He has led
the fight in many battles to
make sure that .we are pro-
tected to live another day.


We are indebted to him for
making this country safer.
Ralph Nader's position on
the key issues mirror the
majority of yours and mine.
They are clearly stated on
his Web site, www.votenad-
er.com. Everything is out in
the open.
In the past I haven't
provided much financial
support, due to the huge
amounts being spent on
election campaigns. This
year is different, and I have
made several smallish
contributions at this point.
Just to say, "putting money
where my mouth is."
With all the state pe-
titioning completed, the
Ralph Nader campaign an-
nounced, "that Nader/Gon-
zalez will be on the ballot in
45 states plus D.C. That in-
cludes populous California
and New York. That's the
most ballots Nader has ever
been on 12 more than in
2004, [two] more than in the
infamous election 2000."
The problem is this:


Ralph Nader is still not be-
ing mentioned by the news
media as a candidate for
our presidency. He is be-
ing shut out of the debates;
even though his national
polling is over six percent.
He opinions on fixing this
mess are refreshing and
concise.
Many say voting for
Nader is nonsense because
he can't win. I say it is non-,
sense to vote for anyone
that doesn't express your
way of doing business.
That, plus taking corpora-,
tion money to task for try-'!
ing to buy our vote.
I urge you to live up to
your responsibility and tell
the American people about
their alternatives. For the
sake of the American voters,
for the sake of our democra-
cy, please do your job. I am-
a total Nader backer, and he
expresses the views many
of us share. Ralph Nader is.
for REAL!
Gerald Flynn is a DeFuniak
Springs resident.


Letters to the Editor


Student questions
Alatex decision
Dear Editor,
I am an 11-year-old
student who attended the
Crestview City Council
meeting Sept. 8. I disagree
with the decision to give
the Alatex building to the
FAMU school. I feel that
Bob Allen's motion to give
the Alatex building away
was a poor decision and for
Charles Baugh to second it
was equally irresponsible.
I also feel they should have
just leased the building. I
think it would have just
taken a little more time
and effort. That way if the
school decided to move or
close, the city could have
the Alatex building and


all its renovations. Again a
little more time and effort
would have been more re-
sponsible in this decision.
I also noticed that Bob
Allen said "the Alatex
building has zero value,"
and that shocked many
people in the audience even
those who agreed in giving
the Alatex building away.
I feel the building has lots
of value and its history
needs to be preserved. If
the building has zero value
why does the University
want it in the first place?
I think that the city and
the University could have
worked together and still
protected the city's best in-
terest. The citizens of Crest-
view elect these city council
members and they should


put the city first. I support
Linda Parker's vote to not
transfer the ownership of
the Alatex Building from
our city.
Anissa Thompson
Crestview

BBB President:
Thanks to event
helpers
Identity theft affected
more than 8.1 million Amer-
icans last year. Contrary to
popular belief, the vast ma-
jority had their information
compromised because of a
paper trail, not because of a
computer-related breach.
Your BBB serving north-
west Florida would like to
take a moment to recognize


the numerous parties who *
helped make our second
Secure Your ID Day such a
success. Without the help of:
Gilmore Services, who do-
nated employees' time and
the cost to run the shred-
ding trucks on-site; Simon
Property Group and Santa
Rosa Mall, who hosted the
events at no charge in their
parking lots; and our friends
in the media who helped
out at the Secure Your ID
Day events, we couldn't
have helped consumers re-
sponsibly destroy more than,
10 tons of personal informa-
tion, keeping it out of the
hands of identity thieves.
Norman Wright
President/CEO BBB serv-
ing Northwest Florida


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LOCAL continued from Al


HISTORY continued from Al


:view since 1960 when
he opened the city's first
veterinary clinic. He also
opened the first emergency
clinic in the area in 1995.
He retired in 1997 but
remained active in local
and state veterinary asso-
ciations.
"The first thing I got
from him was a genuine
concern for others," said
Dr. Donald Pyle of the Ani-
mal Health Center on U.S.
90, where Dr. Fountain
concluded his career. Dr.
Pyle came to the area from
Niceville in 1997 and got to
learn from Dr. Fountain.
"The second thing, he
was always on the go and
very energetic. He certain-
ly didn't act his age! There
was always something he
was doing. The third thing
was his love of family. He
was always talking about
his children."
Dr. Fountain also was
active in the community
and in his church. He was


WORDS TO REMEMBER
Dr. John Fountain's family received a plaque during the
FMVA's 79th Annual Conference at the Buena Vista Palace
Resort and Spa in Orlando. This is the plaque's inscription:
"To Dr. John E. Fountain, in honor of his dedication and
service to the Veterinary Profession and to That of His
Community."


a member of Kiwanis, was
a Cub Scout Master and
taught Sunday School for
25 years.
Clients and co-workers
offered warm memories of
Dr. Fountain.
One local veterinarian
told event organizers how
Dr. Fountain found the
cause of an illness in a dog
with unusual symptoms
that had never been diag-
nosed correctly.
"The owner to this day
still remarks about the
wonderful job Dr. Foun-
tain did with her pet," the
veterinarian told organiz-
ers.
"Dr. Fountain was loved


by everyone," said Sherry
Merriner, speaking for "all
of the girls" at the Animal
Health Center. Merriner
worked for Dr. Fountain
for 10 years.
"He was compassionate
with the pets, very caring.
He made a very pleasant
work environment and he
had his funny moments
too. He was an all-around
well-liked guy. Even
though he has been retired
for 10 years, we still have
clients telling us they miss
him."

Share your memories of
Dr. Fountain at www.crest-
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MILITARY continued from Al


on several important
fronts.
Once of the most vo-
cal critics is Bruce Hoon,
a longtime Crestview
resident and officer with
Amvets Post 35. Hoon
has already begun an
aggressive write-in cam-
paign against the pro-
posal.
His idea is simple and
makes perfect sense to
north county residents
who have complained
about a lack of north
county amenities.
"This makes no sense
at all," Hoon says testily.
"It simply can't be justi-
fied.
"The biggest gripe
we have is they (mean-
ing the cadre of retired
flag officers living in the
South end) conveniently
ignore the fact that we
are the growing market.
If and when the Special
Forces guys come here,
they won't be located in
Shalimar or Valparaiso,
but right up here some-
where in or around Duke
Field. What sense does
that make to build a
,military exchange down
there?"
Others have raised
-their voices in frustra-
tion and anger.
Melody Hafner, an
ex-military wife, says
the plan ignores north


'This makes no sense at all. It simple
can't bejustified."

Bruce Hoon

Amvets Post 35


county retirees, many
of whom are in failing
health and find the drive
to Eglin and Hurlburt
increasingly difficult.
"It would make a lot
more sense if they built
the exchange some-
where up here, possibly
on Duke Field, and those
aged retirees wouldn't
have to spend so much
time getting back and
.forth to the exchange or
commissary," she said.
The current drive
time for a person living
in Laurel Hill to Eglin or
Hurlburt is more than
an hour. Some estimate
if the proposed complex
is built in the proposed
location, it would add
another half hour to the
trip.
Critics of the current
plan say building the
complex in the north end
would reduce the drive
time by more than half.
"It also makes a lot
more sense business-
wise," Hafner.
Ted Mathis, civic
leader and former Crest-
view mayor, has long


advocated the Air Force
build some sort of satel-
lite pharmacy, exchange
and small commissary
within the Crestview
area to accommodate the
growing number of mili-
tary retirees.
That was one of his
platform ideas during
the past mayoral elec-
tion. Mathis still feels
strongly about the issue.
"Absolutely we need
a pharmacy up here and
I will continue to (work
to) see it happen," said
Mathis.

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The lock was found along
an old stagecoach route
that ran through the Oak
Grove community in
north Okaloosa County.
Perring has heard sev-
eral stories of how the
stage was robbed in that
area.
"I love the old sto-
ries," he said.
The stories and histor-
ical angles led Perring to
the Baker Block Museum.
The museum has plenty
of old maps and records
that help point him in
the direction of long-
forgotten settlements and
slices of area history. He
said Jeanette Henderson,
the museum's curator,
has been a tremendous
help with research and
leads.
One of Henderson's
leads helped with his
most recent find of the
Oak Grove School site off
the Old River Road. His
only clue was a newspa-
per article quoting Oak
Grove pioneer Mabel
Peaden in the museum's
library. Peaden stated
the school was on an old
dusty road and that it
burned to a pile of ashes
in 1923 after the potbelly
stove was overloaded.
Perring researched
land deeds in what was
then Santa Rosa County
and used a topographical
map and GPS to locate
the.acre of land that was
donated for the school.
"It's like a jigsaw puz-
zle, with a lot of pieces to
fit in," said Perring.
He then took his metal
detector to the acre site
and located iron sides
from a school desk dated
1893 and the leg of a pot-
belly stove.
"It's like I found a
treasure," he said.
Many of the items he

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unearths are donated
to the museum and are
displayed there. His
donations include arti-
facts found at the site of
Euchanna, a community
in Walton County first
settled by Scottish im-
migrants in the early
1820s. The community
boasted a Masonic lodge,
jail, school, stores and
sawmill.
Perring has found mi-
nie balls, bridle rosettes,
boot heels, buttons and a
ring, in addition to iron
from the jail and school
left behind by these early
settlers.
The site also relin-
quished what is perhaps
Perring's most significant
historical find to date.
The community was the
first county seat in Wal-
ton County, which was
established in 1824. The
courthouse was located
there until it burned in
the mid-1880s and the
county seat was moved
to DeFuniak Springs.
Perring found what he
believes to be the first
circuit court seal of Wal-
ton County at the site.
He has yet to locate any
documents stamped with
the seal, but is confident
he will do so with a trip
to the state archives in
Tallahassee.
Perring discovered
another seal similar to
the Walton County find
on another old stage
route north of Crestview.
The seal has the words
"Echo, Ala, progress as-
sembly, founded Oct.
24, 1893." He has had no
luck in finding the origin
of this seal, but continues
to research.
He often uncovers
items that are a mystery
and relies on the Internet
or local historians for





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answers.
"I like to find out what
an item was used for and
who used it," he said.
He has found 179
rings and only three
silver coins during his
twelve years of metal de-
tecting.
"No one had any mon-
ey at these rural sites,"
said Perring.
His biggest reward
came from the enjoyment
of returning a 1936 class
ring to its 86-year-old
owner. His wife traced
the initials in the Bristol
(Conn.) High School ring
to a lady in Raleigh, N.C.
"I went to her door
with flowers and the
ring and she went nuts. I
loved it," said Perring.
Topographical maps
are an important tool in
Perring's searches. He is
quick to praise the pa-
tience of Donnie Thames,
who is a supervisor in
the Agricultural Depart-
ment of the Okaloosa
County Property Ap-
praiser's office.
"I'm in there all the
time and he helps me
a lot, he is very knowl-
edgeable of the area," he
said.
Perring considers the
winter as the best time
for metal detecting.
"The foliage is off the
trees and the snakes are
in holes," he said. "In the
summer here it's just too
(darn) hot," he adds with
his New England accent.
"It's a good healthy
hobby. I get plenty of
exercise and meet some
fine people along the
way."

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WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 8, 2008


SCHEDULE
Today
Middle School Cross
Country
St. Mary's at Richbourg, 3
p.m.
Davidson at Meigs, 3 p.m.

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

Thursday
Junior Varsity Football
Choctaw at Crestview, 4 p.m.

High School Volleyball
Crestview at Tate, JV 4 p.m.,
V5 p.m.
Central at Laurel Hill, JV 4
p.m. V5 p.m.

Boys High School Golf
Choctaw, Niceville at
Crestview, at Heritage
Plantation, 3 p.m.

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

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

Middle School Football
Ruckel at Davidson, 6:30 p.m.
Richbourg at Destin, 6:30 p.m.

Friday
High School Football
Northview at Baker, 7 p.m.
Crestview at Choctaw, 7 p.m.

AMVETS Post 35
Golf Tournament
The AMVETS Post 35 will
be holding a golf tournament
at Foxwood Country Club on
Oct. 25.
Check-in starts at 7 a.m.
and play is set to begin at 8
a.m.
Cost is $40 per person
with cheats that include mul-
ligans, throws and use of red
tees available for a dollar each.
For more information con-
tact John Rice at jrice61@
cox.net

Heavy Hitters 12U
Baseball
The Heavy Hitters 12U
baseball team will hold
tryouts Saturday, Nov. 15
from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. at the
Baker Area Youth Complex.
Players who turn 13
before May 1, 2009 are not
eligible.
For more information call
902-6237 or 496-6235.

Foxwood MGA
Golf Tournament
The Foxwood MGA cham-
pionship will be held Saturday
and Sunday 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. Friday.

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.

See NOTES B2


Nick Tomecek IFlorida Freedom Newspapers
Crestview quarterback Jason Parker drops back to pass during the Dawgs' Week 2 game against Niceville. Parker
and the Dawgs open District 2-4A play Friday at Choctawhatchee.




Crestview faces a tall




task against Choctaw


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview High
School football team opens
District 2-4A play Friday
night when the Bulldogs
travel to Etheredge Sta-
dium to take on Choctaw-
hatchee.
Crestview (2-2) is com-
ing off a bye week after los-
ing to Pace 37-13 on Sept.
26.
The Bulldogs actually
outgained the Patriots, pil-


ing up 364 yards in total
offense. Pace had 336 total
yards.
More than 200 of those
yards came from the senior
tandem of quarterback Ja-
son Parker and running
back Jordan Glover. Parker
threw for 102 yards and ran
for another 29 against the
Patriots. Glover added 109
yards on the ground, had
one catch for 18 yards and
scored both of the Crest-
view touchdowns.
Choctaw (2-3) has


dropped its last three
games, including a 49-48
double-overtime loss to
Milton this past week.
The Indians also scored
40 points in a shootout
against Niceville. They are
averaging 31.5 points a
game.
Bulldog coach Matt
Brunson knows the Indians
pose a tough test.
"District play is what we
try to prepare for all year,"
he said. "Coach (Greg)
Thomas is doing a great job


at Choctaw. They scored 88
points the last two weeks.
"We are going to have
a hard time trying to con-
tain them. They are playing-
hard and that's the bottom
line."
Brunson said the Bull-
dogs must find a way to
stop running back Le'Keefe
Robinson and quarterback
David Weber. Robinson,
who didn't play against
Milton because of a mi-

See CRESTVIEW B2


Baker takes on 'the team to beat' in District 1-2B


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Billy What-
mough had a smile on his
face as he visited with Baker
football coach Bob Kellogg
in Kellogg's office Monday
afternoon.
And for good reason. Af-
ter missing the Gators' last
two games with an ankle
injury, Whatmough is ready
to get back on the field when
Baker hosts Northview in a
big District 1-2B game Fri-
day night.
"Looking at them, they
are a good football team,"
Whatmough said. "We are
going to have to come out
and have a great week of
practice and play our best
game.
See BAKER B2


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Kellan Meeks runs with blocking from Tyler Holley (85) during an early-season game for
the Gators. Baker hosts District 1-2B foe Northview on Friday.


Reese's recruiting story


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

I've always tried to
avoid having favorite
players or teams that I
cover..
I'm supposed to be ob-
jective, and when you let
your heart lead over your
head sometimes things
get skewed.
Anyone who has met


former Laurel Hill bas-
ketball player Brad Reese
knows he's one kid that
it's easy to pull for.
So I too was excited
upon hearing he'll be
signing a scholarship next
month to play basketball
for Louisiana State.
I've known Reese
from a distance since his
sophomore year at Laurel
Hill. I got to know him


deserved happy ending
better his junior year. I got graceful off the court as
to know him well while he is gliding to the basket.
doing a big article on him For those of you who
his senior year. don't know the full story:
I spent a lot of time Reese is the fourth of 10
with Reese while doing kids in his family and
the story. I followed him was the first of his gen-
around school for a day, eration to graduate from
went to basketball prac- high school. His younger
tice and even spent some brother, Jeffery, a pretty
time with him at home. good basketball player


Those hours taught me
Reese is just as good and


See STORY B2


BLEACHERS


VOLLEYBALL
Crestview 3, Escambia 0
Alicia Dukes had a
team-high nine kills to help
Crestview sweep past
Escambia in a District 1-5A
match on Sept. 30, 25-23,
25-22, 25-11.
Crestview: Alicia Dukes
9 kills, 1 block, 5 aces; Dawn
Holderfield 2 kills; Lauren Estep
3 kills; Hannah Hamilton 1 kill.

Laurel Hill 3, Pleasant
Home 0
Laurel Hill (10-4) swept
Pleasant Home on Sept. 30,
26-24, 26-24, 25-8, behind a
big night by Katie Free.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 11
kills, 6 digs, 3 blocks, 2 aces;
Amanda King 4 kills, 4 digs, 6
aces; Jami Sheets 10 assists,
7 digs, 4 aces; Brittany Kelley
3 kills, 6 assists, 3 aces.

Baker 3, Jay 0
Kali Flanders had eight kills
as the Gators won in a District
1-2A contest on Sept. 30, 25-
22, 25-9, 25-16
Lauren Griffith added 12
assists, while Alyssa Horn had
five kills for Baker (6-3, 4-1).
Baker: Kali Flanders 8 kills;
Alyssa Horn 5 kills; Kaitlyn
Hunter 9 digs; Lauren Griffith
12 assists; Courtney Fountain
4 aces.

Laurel Hill 3-3, Munroe 0-0
Katie Free exploded for 25
kills as the Laurel Hill volleyball
team swept a pair of District
1 -A games from Quincy
Monroe on Thursday.
The Hoboes (12-4, 4-1)
won in straight sets in both
games as Amanda King had
13 digs, seven aces and five
kills
The score of the first match
was 25-12, 25-14, 25-12.
Laurel Hill won the second
match 25-17, 25-18, 25-17
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 25
kills, 7 digs, 3 aces, 2 blocks;
Amanda King 5 kills, 13 digs,
7 aces; Amber Richie 3 kills,
4 assists, 6 digs, 3 aces;
Elizabeth Van Winkle 17 as-
sists, 6 digs, 6 aces.

Pine Forest 3, Crestview 2
Tough defense and accu-
rate serving were keys as Pine
Forest rallied past Crestview in
District 1-5A action Thursday,
16-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-23,
15-11.

Baker 3, Vernon 0
Baker maintained its lead in
District 1-2A on Thursday with
its second sweep this season
against the Yellow Jackets.
Baker: Alyssa Horn 11
kills, 2 blocks; Kaylee Bradley
7 kills, 3 aces; Kali Flanders 4
kills, 6 aces, 5 digs; Courtney
Fountain 4 kills, 2 blocks;
Lauren Griffith 18 assists.

Crestview 3,
Pensacola Catholic 2
Crestview (10-7) rallied
for a tough non-district win
Monday, 25-22, 20-25, 23-25,
26-24, 15-10.
Crestview: Alicia Dukes
19 kills, 3 blocks, 3 aces;
Anna Hooper 6 kills, 10
blocks; Lauren Estep 5 kills, 2
blocks, 5 aces; Jacey Sanders
25 assists, 7 aces, 1 kill; Sara
Hamilton 2 kills, 1 block.

Laurel Hill 3, Bethlehem 0
The Hoboes (13-4) ex-
tended their winning streak to
eight with their second sweep
of Bethlehem this season, 25-
11,25-9,25-13.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 10
kills, 3 aces, 2 digs, 4 assists;
Amanda King 4 kills, 10 aces,
5 digs; Elizabeth VanWinkle 7
assists, 2 aces, 2 digs.

GIRLS GOLF
Niceville 178, Fort
Walton Beach 199,
Choctawhatchee 206,
Crestview incomplete
See BRIEFS B2


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STORY continued from B1


in his own right, has since
graduated from LHS and
is with Brad at Gulf Coast
Community College.
Jeffery took the direct
route to Gulf Coast. Brad
had a stop at Southeastern
Louisiana along the way
as part of his growing ex-
perience.
When Brad gradu-
ated from Laurel Hill in
2006 he was considered
a pretty good prospect.
Several teams that would
be considered mid-major
Division I programs were
after him. He settled on
Southeastern.
The Southeastern
coaches seemed to be
pretty high on Brad. At the
time he signed, they made
it seem as if he would be
in the mix for significant
playing time his freshman
year.
That never happened.
Southeastern signed some
junior college players and
Brad found himself being
redshirted. He decided to
leave Southeastern and
get closer to home at Gulf
Coast.
Maybe it was the year
of only being able to prac-
tice, but Brad exploded
on the scene at Gulf Coast
last season, earning All-
Panhandle Conference
honors.
Suddenly the kid that
only got looks from small
D-I schools two years
earlier was on everyone's
hot list. Reese continued to
improve his stock at vari-
ous junior college camps
this past summer. He had
offers from some big-
name schools, including
Alabama, Oklahoma State,
Texas Tech, Kentucky and,
of course, LSU.
Two years older and
wiser, Reese was able to


Randy Dickson / Crestview News Bulletin
Former Laurel Hill star Brad Reese shown here during
a summer all-star game at Crestview High School -
announced this week he will accent a scholarship to play
basketball at LSU.


look at recruiting from
a more mature perspec-
tive this time around. He
knew not only to listen to
a coach, but also to look
at the whole program and
who was playing where.
Without coming out
and saying it, Reese hinted
his experience taught him
some coaches might have
tried to sell him a bill of
goods.
If the timing had been
different, Brad might have
ended up somewhere else
like Kentucky. Or if he was
just coming out of high
school like Jeffery and


had time to wait his turn
on the bench for a couple
of years, he might have
ended up at Alabama, his
favorite team growing up.
In the end LSU had
everything Brad wanted.
The Tigers are looking for
him to play right away in
the powerful Southeastern
Conference.
It couldn't happen to
a nicer, more deserving
young man than Brad
Reese.

Post your thoughts on Re-
ese's college choice at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


NOTES continued from B1


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
numbers; 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.

Red Cross Golf
The Northwest Florida
chapter of the American
Red Cross will host a
Red Cross Golf Classic
in Okaloosa County on
October 10.
If you want to play on a
new course with your clubs,
the Heritage Plantation Golf
& Country Club in Laurel Hill


will be the site for the "Big
Swing" on Oct. 10. Special
events are planned for
spouses while the golf tour-
nament is being played.
A live auction will feature
vacation getaways, artwork
and sports memorabilia.
Prizes will be awarded to
top teams. The hole-in-one
prize is a customized golf
cart.
Businesses and families
are encouraged to partici-
pate. These fun events will
benefit Red Cross programs
and services in Northwest
Florida. To join us and learn
more about teams and
sponsorship opportunities,
visit www.YourRedCross.
org today.

Memorial tourney
The Christian Thomhave
Memorial Scholarship Golf


Tournament is set for Oct. 24
at 1 p.m. at Foxwood Country
Club.
Play in the two-person
scramble begins at 1 p.m. with
a shotgun start.
The tournament
funds a scholarship at
Northwest Florida
State College (formerly
Okaloosa-Walton College) in
memory of Christian Thomhave.
There will be six flights in the
tournament with cash prizes in
each flight.
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.


CRESTVIEW continued from B1


nor injury, is averaging 113
yards a game rushing and
has scored six touchdowns.
Weber has completed
more than 50 percent of his
passes and has thrown for
more than 500 yards this
year.


understatement. "They look
pretty good on film, but
I can't wait to play them.
I've always had fun playing
them.
"Our defense has been
having better practices, and
our offense is doing a lot


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"We are without a doubt
the underdog going into the
game, so we have to go in
ready for it."
Baker (3-1, 1-0) is com-
ing off of an exciting 35-33
win over South Walton on
Sept. 26 in the District 1-2B
opener.
Senior linebacker Josh
Rose was lost for the sea-
son with a shoulder injury
during that game, making
Whatmough's return even
more important to the Ga-
tors.
"We feel like we are go-
ing to get Billy back this
week, which is going to be a
tremendous help," Kellogg
said. "We lost Josh Rose for
the year, so we won't get
him back at all.
"(Freshman contributor)
Vada Moore is questionable
so we'll just have to see how
it goes this week. But really
we have everybody but Josh
Rose, and that's a big loss to
us."
With Rose out for the
season Baker defensive co-
ordinator David Oglesby is
moving Kellan Meeks from
inside to outside linebacker.
Dakota Hooper moves from
safety to outside linebacker.
Whatmough returns to the
defensive secondary.
Those players are some
of the pieces who will try
and stop an explosive Chiefs
squad that Kellogg said is
better than its record (2-2,
1-0) indicates.
"Northview played out
of its' league (classifica-

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Catholic and Walton who
are two very quality teams,"
Kellogg said.
"They are still, I think,
the team in the district to
beat, even though Vernon
won last year. I think they
have the athletes and the
best size. That's what scares
me."
Kellogg noted the Chiefs
have joined the long list of
teams going to the spread
offense.
They also have player
similar to Gator quarter-
back Cameron Domangue.
Senior quarterback Jay Jack-
son ran for 221 yards and
three touchdowns while
throwing for another 74
yards and a touchdown
in Northview's 34-19 win
over Holmes County
Whether Jackson is as
valuable to Northview
as Domangue, who leads
the area in rushing and is
third in the state in all clas-
sifications with 813 rushing
yards (according to www.
maxpreps.com), remains
to be seen. But there is no
doubt Kellogg is impressed
with what he's seen on
video.
"If you want to stop
them you better stop the
quarterback," Kellogg said.
"The thing about them is
they have athletes that they
can throw at you at all the
spots.
Oglesby is equally im-
pressed with Northview's
attack.


"It's been a long wait
before starting our district
play this year, but that's a
good thing," he said. "It has
given us time to practice.
"The bye week helped; a
lot. We have a lot of people
coming back from injuries,
and we went out there and
had four hard days of prac-
tice, and then we got to take
a day off for rest."
A win would be a big
way to open district play,
but Brunson isn't billing :it
as a must-win game.
"We would love to be
1-0 after Friday night, but
even if you drop one you're
not out of it," Brunson said.
"You still hold your own
destiny.
"Friday night is big, but
regardless of what happens
we still hold our own des-
tiny and we have the other
two (district games with
Fort Walton Beach and Na-
varre) at home."

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football reference page at www.
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"Their quarterback is an
outstanding runner," Ogles-
by said. "Their fullback
(Ka 'Darius Grice), No. 7
(Devin Moorer), No. 9 (Aus-
tin Arrington) and No. 18
(Chris Sheets) are all great
athletes to me.
"What they try to do is
spread you out and create
some space. We've got to
get 11 people to the football
and try to take away their
threats. To me they are all
big threats, but we have
to get our best athletes (on
defense) on their best ath-
letes."
Tyler Moberly will be one
of the players trying to slow
the Chiefs.
"I think they are going
to be pretty good," he said.
"From the film I've watched,
they've got a pretty good
back and their quarterback
is pretty good.
"We just have to do what
we are told and go where
we are supposed to. Thiis
is a big game because if we
win it will keep us first in
the district."
Kellogg likes his team's
chances if the Gators can
keep their mistakes to -a
minimum.
"It will be an execution
game for us," he said. "I
think if we can execute our
offense and don't turn tfe
ball over we can play with
them.
"We just have to pl4y
our "A" game to keep with
them because they have: a
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Crestview 191
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Dillan Tillman 18:42; 18.
Dylan Brown 18:31; 25.
Cameron Sanchez 18:53;
28. Blake Shefflar 19:05; 35.
Connor Marshall 19:24; 62.:
James Russell 21:24
Crestview girls: 1.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2008


COMMUNITY SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


CITY OF
CRESTVIEW
YOUTH SPORTS

FOOTBALL
Pee Wee 1
Team W-L
Steelers 4-0
Vikings 4-1
Bulldogs 3-2
Buccaneers 1-4
Cowboys 0-5
Pee Wee 2
Team W-L
Cowboys 4-0
Vikings 4-1
Packers 3-1
Bulldogs 3-2
Buccaneers 1-4
Titans 1-4
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Stingers 3-3-0
Rangers 2-3-0
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Cyclones 0-4-1
U12
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Stingers 6-0-0
Mutiny 4-1-0
Cosmos 2-3-1
Rangers 1-3-1
Cyclones 0-6-0
U15
Team W-L
Cosmos 5-0
Cyclones 3-2
Mutiny 2-3
Rangers 0-5


BAYA team qualifies for Super Bowl


Special to the News Bulletin
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league Super Bowl with a
19-6 win against Opp this
past Saturday.
Baker's 9-10 team fell
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game against Opp, and
then dropped a 13-9 de-
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lasted 90 minutes a
marathon for the 5-6 age
group.
Submit photos of your
favorite youth football team
to kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com.


Photos special to the News Bulletin by Cindy Carroll / cindycarroll71@yahoo.com
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LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2008


From staff reports

TODAY

REGISTRATION
ENDS TODAY for the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce golf tournament
at Heritage Plantation on
Saturday.
Four-person teams are
being formed, with one 10-
handicap player only per
team, with 27 teams total.
For details, call or visit the
chamber office at 682-3212,
502 S. Main St.

NORTH OKALOOSA

DMS FUNDRAISER:
The Davidson Middle
School Cheerleaders will
be holding a Multi-Family
Yard Sale on Oct. 18 at
Crestview High School
from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Limited rental spaces
available: one table, $10;
three tables, $20. If you
have your own tables you
can rent a space for $7.
Call Flo Fader at 974-
5539 to reserve your table
or space, or for more
information.
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 Friday. 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.
ALATEX REUNION:
Saturday at Ryan's. Event


starts at 11 a.m. Questions?
Call Nita at 682-3118.
MCCURLEY FAMILY
REUNION: will be held
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on
Saturday 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.
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.
NWF BLOOD CENTER
DRIVE: Saturday, Oct. 11
at Wal-Mart in Crestview
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
STRONG WOMEN
FOR A STRONG
AMERICA: A non-partisan
celebration of women
and voting rights in this
year of Sarah Palin and
Hillary Clinton's historic
achievements will be
held Saturday along
Harborwalk Village at the
Emerald Grande in Destin.
Enjoy the view, speakers,
and a screening of the HBO
film "Iron Jawed Angels"
at 10 a.m. in the ballroom.
Make reservations by
e-mail at strongwomen4@
aol.com. Female business
owners and organizations
are welcome to join by
e-mailing for information.
CHURCH
HOMECOMING:
First Baptist Church in
Laurel Hill will have its
Homecoming services on
Sunday. Sunday School
is at 9:45, worship is at
11 a.m. and lunch is at
noon. Samantha Purvines
with Sweetwater Run
will be singing at 5 p.m.
Rev. McVay and the
congregation welcome you.


what's


COMMUNITY EVENTS


VOLUNTEER
TRAINING: Covenant
Hospice is seeking
individuals who are
interested in making a
difference in the lives
of patients and families
facing end-of-life issues
and in supporting the
organization.
A free workshop will
be held from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Oct. 15 at the 370 W.
Redstone Ave. branch office
in Crestview. Food and
drinks will be provided.
To register or to learn
more, call Jodie Williams at
682-3628.
VETERANS PARADE
SIGNUP ENDS OCT. 17:
The Veterans Day Parade
will be held Nov. 8 at 2
p.m., with form-up starting
at 12:30 p.m. in the vicinity
of the First Assembly of
God Church on South Main
Street.
Parade participant
registration forms may be
acquired by downloading
a copy from the City of
Crestview's web site
(www.cityofcrestview.org/
events), or from the office
of the City of Crestview's
Administrative Services
Department at City Hall,
or by calling directly to
Fletcher Williams, Jr., the
Crestview Veterans Affairs
Committee Chairperson, at
689-1895.
Details: Fletcher Williams
Jr., 689-1895.
BREAST CANCER
AWARENESS SEMINAR:
Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. at
Woodlawn Baptist Church,
824 N. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview.
The free event will
feature information on
mammogram techniques
and how they help doctors
diagnose, evaluate and
treat women who have had
breast cancer. A light dinner
will be served, and door


prizes will be presented.
Reservations required; call
Jane Lindberg at 689-8446.
HEALTH & WELLNESS
MEETING SCHEDULE:
The Crestview Chamber
Health & Wellness
Committee will have a
meeting each week the
entire month of October
leading up to the Health
Fair. Details: 682-3212.
Meetings are at 8 a.m.
Tuesday on Oct. 14, 22, and
29 at the chamber office
located at 502. S. Main St.
EARLY VOTING: will
take place from Oct. 20 to
Nov. 1 at the Crestview
library on Commerce
Drive. Hours are 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
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.
"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.
DECORATING
EXTRAVAGANZA: Oct.
21 at op m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Shrine Club,
971 U.S. Highway 90 West
in Crestview. This GFWC
Woman's Club holiday
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.
GIRLS NIGHT IN: A
celebration of women and a
Relay for Life Event, will be
held Oct. 23 from 5 p.m. to
8 p.m. in Northview Plaza
in Crestview (by Cinema 3).
Many activities are
planned, including music,
food, door prizes, health
and wellness.
Wear your tiara, boas,
glitter, sequins, etc. to
be entered in a special
drawing.
There's room for more
vendors to participate. Call
428-2787 for details, or get
a form at Curves, 775 N.
Ferdon Blvd. Suite C. in
Crestview from 7 a.m. to
7 p.m. Monday-Friday, or
Saturday from 7 a.m. to
noon. Ask for Lisa Brennan.
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.
TOYS FOR TOTS: A
local Toys for Tots effort
will collect toys for local
children now through Dec.
24.
All toys collected
will stay in the local
community.
Businesses or individual
interested in helping the
Toys for Tots effort can
contact Melinda Manchee
at (850) 902-7351, or e-mail
Melina.manchee@yahoo.
com.
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.
Nov. 4 "The Making of
the Crazy Horse Memorial
by Dennis Standing Bear
Campos, a descendant of
Crazy Horse.
CHRISTMAS PARADE
SIGNUP: The Main Street
Crestview Association is
taking entries for the City
of Crestview Christmas
Parade. Only the first
125 paid parade entry
applications will be
accepted in the parade,
with only half of those
reserved for floats The
deadline is Wednesday,
Nov. 19 at 5 p.m. Cutoff
could be sooner depending
on how soon the first 125
applications are received.
Download an
application from the
City Web site at www.
cityofcrestview.org/events.
Forms are also available
at Bill Kilpatrick's office
at 198 N. Wilson St. in
Crestview (in the west
wing of City Hall), at the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce office on Main
St., at the Crestview News


Bulletin, Tanning & Hair
Center, Window Fashions
and other downtown
businesses. Please turn in
entries to Bill Kilpatrick.
To volunteer your help
or for details, call Cindy
Harris at 865-8595, Micky
Rytman at 974-4369, or Bill
Kilpatrick at 689-3722, est.
230.
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.

MISCELLANEOUS

FIREFIGHTER
FUNDRAISER: Oct. 24 at
Outback Steakhouse, 601 E.
Gregory St., 12:30 to 2 p.m.
Personal firefighter
attendants, they'll dish up
your favorite dishes and
offer tips for tips.
Luncheon is free,
but reservations are
required. Proceeds benefit
the American Lung
Association.
RED CROSS GOLF
TOURNAMENT: Big
Swing is Friday at
Heritage Plantation Golf
& Country Club in Laurel
Hill. Complimentary
shuttle bus from Destin
Commons to Laurel Hill
for golfers and their
spouses. Special events
are planned for spouses
while the golf tournament
is being played. Spouses
can compete in a putting
contest for prizes, enjoy spa
treatments, visit a winery,'
join their spouses for
lunch and dinner, and tour
the Heritage Plantation '
property. Alive auction will
feature vacation getaways,
artwork and sports
memorabilia., Prizes will be
awarded to top teams and
the hole-in-one prize is a
customized golf cart.
These fun events
will benefit Red Cross
programs and services in
Northwest Florida. To join
us and learn more about
teams and sponsorship
opportunities, visitwww.
YourRedCross.org.
MULLET FESTIVAL:
Oct. 17-11 in Niceille at
the intersection of U.S.
Highway 85 North and
College Blvd.
On Saturday and
Sunday, a Kid's Stage and
Clown Show are planned.
Friday night performers"
include The BluesCrabs,
Rodney Atkins and
Jeff Fiorello. Saturday
performers include Jason
Aldean, SweatWater Jade,
and Na Na Sha. Local
church groups will perform
Sunday afternoon, as well as
The Springs, a teenage band
from enterprise. Sara Evans
will close out the festival.
Further details available
at www.cityofniceville.org
and linking to the Mullet
Festival, or by calling 729-
4545.


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held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
through Saturday.
Cost is $50 per hookup,
with unlimited hookups
per site. Payment during
registration is preferred,
but payment options are
available.
Jeanette Cook of Black-
man Community Water
System says customers
should expect their water


bill to be at least $19 per
month regardless of usage.
She said the system
needs to register at least
250 people.
For details, call 537-
9737 or 537-5571".
Blackman Community
Water System has received
grant money for the con-
struction of the new water
system.


C HA MBER CALENDAR


Upcoming Crestview
Area Chamber of Com-
merce events:
The Health and Well-
ness Committee will meet
every Tuesday this month
to prepare for the 2008
Community Health Fair
scheduled for 8 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at the
Crestview Community
Center. For details, contact
Health Fair Coordinator
Elaine Hill at 683-3997.
The Ambassadors
Committee meets 8 a.m.
Thursday at the chamber.
Members of the Mili-
tary Affairs Committee are
scheduled to meet Tues-


day at Ryan's.
The PILOT young
professionals committee
meets Oct. 16 at Coach 'N'
Four. Featured speaker is
Jack Azzaretto, Dean of the
University of West Florida
Emerald Coast campus.
The Education Com-
mittee has scheduled Col-
lege and Career Nights for
.Oct. 16 at Laurel Hill and
Nov. 13 at Baker. The com-
mittee meets Oct. 21 at 8:30
a.m. at the chamber.
The Governmental Is-
sues Committee meets Oct.
28 at 8 a.m. at the chamber.
The nation's economic cri-
sis is scheduled to be the


topic of discussion.
The chamber's annu-
al Hackers Holiday Golf
Tournament, sponsored
by North Okaloosa Medi-
cal Center, is scheduled
for Saturday at Heritage
Plantation. Sponsorships
are available for the event.
Four-person teams are
being formed, with one
10-handicap player only
per team. The deadline to
register as a team is today,
with 27 teams total.
For information on how
to join the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce,
contact the chamber at
682-3212.


NOMC contributes more


than $5,000 to Heart Walk


Ann Spann / Creti i' .' Ne,,- EBuilletmL
Coworkers paid for a chance to dunk North Okaloosa
Medical Center RN Leann Baylis on Friday during
activities leading up to the American Heart Association's
2008 Heart Walk.


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Bulletin

The North Okaloosa
Medical Center had
more than lul.0 alkers
at the American Heart
Association Heart Walk
held Sept 27 at North-
west Florida State Col-
lege.
The hospital raised
more than $5.000 for
the \alk. Fundrais-
ers included a -sotball
game against the Crest-
% iew Police Depart-
ment and a cookout
with a dunking booth
the da\ before the
event.

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Vista Green Recycling owner Jim Knudsen (left) examines some scrap metal at the
recycling center.


New recycling center


aims to keep area green


Crestview News Bulletin

A recent Harris Poll in-
dicated 20 percent of peo-
ple in the South who do not
recycle say they would do
so if convenient recycling
services were available.
Guess what: A conve-
nient recycling service now
-is available in Crestview.
Vista Green Recycling
recently opened its facility
at 536 E. Cedar Ave.
Vista Green accepts alu-
minum, brass, copper, re-
frigerators, steel, stainless
steel and "pretty much
any metal," according to


owner Jim Knudsen.
The company lives up
to its motto, "It pays to
go green with Vista Green
Recycling." People who
bring in their recyclable
materials can receive cash
in return. The program
should bring back memo-
ries for those who earned
spending money by recy-
cling cans or bottles.
"With the cost of living
today, anything a house-
hold can do to save or
make money is a benefit,"
Knudsen said.
The "Vista Green" name
refers to the future goal of


a green earth.
"I realized recycling is
a valuable asset and we
didn't have anything in
Crestview," said Knud-
sen, who became aware of
the need for recycling dur-
ing a year as part-owner
of a battery warehouse.
"With a brand new child
and three grandchildren,
I want to do my part to
make sure we don't hurt
the Earth.
"The community has
really come out and sup-
ported us, and we've al-
ready kept a lot of stuff out
of the landfills."


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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2008


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meeting

The local Working
Women Express Net-
work will honor breast
cancer survivors dur-
ing its Oct. 16 meeting
at The Wild Olive in
Crestview.
Baker School teacher
and girls basketball
coach Kathy Combest,
a breast cancer survi-
vor, will be the guest
speaker.
The meeting beings
at 5:15 p.m.
Those who would
like to attend are asked
to RSVP no later than
Friday to Susie Chest-
nut at 259-3001 or sus-
iechestnut@gmail.com,
or to Dawn Mann at 689-
6705 or dawn@openmri.
gccoxmail.com.


Crestview
Cinema
Norl ew Plaza-Hwy 85 N.682-3201
Movie Schedule Starting
Friday, October 10, 2008
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MON-THUR ............4:00.. 6:45PM
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dult = $700 Senior/child = $50
DAILY MATINEE $500 l.


ECAR hosts area-wide open house


Special to the News Bulletin

It was the biggest open house
on the Emerald Coast and a buy-
er's dream come true.
The first Emerald Coast Open
House held last month featured
a cornucopia of area homes for
sale. Buyers could pick and
choose from a vast array of


homes simply by visiting www.
EmeraldCoastOpenHouse.com
and selecting which homes
they'd like to see in their desired
neighborhoods.
The Emerald Coast Open.
House, hosted by the Emerald
Coast Association of Realtors'
member offices, featured virtu-
ally all kinds of homes con-


dos, town homes and houses-
in virtually all kinds of locations
and price ranges.
With a few clicks of a mouse,
buyers could access maps and
driving directions along with
homes available for view-
ing. Participating homes were
marked with special Emerald
Coast Open House signs. Pre-


registration was not necessary
for the free event.
The Emerald Coast Open
House was a first for ECAR, but
it's certainly not the last. The
event will continue to be held on
the third Sunday of each month.
For more information please
visit EmeraldCoastRealtors.com
or call 243-6145.


Military members help Children in Crisis


Special to the News Bulletin

Military members
with the Eglin Air Force
- Sergeants Association
Chapter 554 and Hurl-
burt Field Chapter 567
recently teamed up with
students from the Eglin
and HF Airman Leader-
ship Schools, HF Focus
56, HF Chiefs Group
and other military orga-
nizations to conduct Sat-
urday workdays at the
CIC Children's Neigh-
borhood.
The volunteers rolled
up their sleeves to help
lay sod, plant trees/
shrubs, cut the grass
and take care of the
general grounds mainte-
nance. Over 200 volun-
teers helped the kids!
Ken Hair, Executive
Director, Children in
Crisis, said, "Military
and civilian children
of our community fall
under the same foster
program. I'm very thank-


ful that the military com-
munity has also taken
the challenge to make a
difference in the life of a
child. A big thanks to all
who participated in the
Children's Neighborhood
workdays! These won-
derful people help make
the Children's Neighbor-
hood a safe and secure
place for at-risk chil-
dren."
Children in Crisis, Inc.
is a non-profit, 501(c)(3)
charity of caring people
from the community.
CIC is building The Chil-
dren's Neighborhood
which has an emergency
shelter and a group fos-
ter home. The neighbor-
hood administrative cen-
ter will open in Novem-
ber and the recreation
center will open in the
spring of 2009. For infor-
mation on CIC, volun-
teering or to make a do-
nation, call 850-864-4242
or visit www.childrenin-
crisisfl.org.


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Special,to the News Bulletin
Military volunteers helped at the Children In Crisis Neighborhood.


Area lawmakers meet to discuss water regulations


Special to the News Bulletin

DESTIN Several
Northwest Florida utilities
gathered at the Destin Wa-
ter Users plant last week
for a first-ever regional
briefing to inform law-
makers from the region
about present and future
issues that could impact
the area's water supply.
Greg Brown, a staff rep-
resentative for State Sen.
Durell Peaden attended
the meeting.
The meeting was called
in response to a push by
South Florida utilities to
create new statewide rules
and regulations that could
be detrimental to the utili-
ties in North Florida and
their customers.


Utility managers from
Panama City to Pensacola
provided lawmakers with
an overview of the storage,
treatment and distribution
of water for the region.
Other topics included pro-
jected water needs, con-
struction projects, funding
concerns and governance.
In each presentation, the
message was clear -
Northwest Florida's water
needs are different from
other parts of the state. At-
tendees expressed a belief
that there is an abundance
and diverse source of wa-
ter to meet current and fu-
ture demands.
Northwest. Florida
utilities also urged the
legislators to consider the.
regional impacts of any


statewide mandates and
water policy issues that are
presented during the leg-
islative session. There was
strong agreement among
the utilities that the North-
west Florida Water Man-
agement District does an
outstanding job and that
regulation should remain
at the regional level.
"We like our water
management district. They
have a good staff and they
understand us," said Jeff
Littrell, director, Okaloosa
County Water and Sewer.
"There's been talk of put-
ting a czar over all of the
water management dis-
tricts and I am strongly
opposed to that. The dis-
tricts need to manage their
own unique areas."


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EFCU's Youth Essay
Contest
Eglin Federal Credit
Union invites all youth
members between the ages
of 15 and 18 to participate


Local Company Celebrates 30th


The local firm Hodges Roofing
& Renovation is celebrating their
30 year anniversary, "We were first
to provide an unheard of, 10-year
workmanship warranty on our work
in the 70's," said John Hodge, owner
and CEO. Many.people confuse the
manufacturers product warranty (a
pro rated warranty that guarantees
the product itself, like say 30 year
shingles with the Workmanship
warranty). The workmanship
warranty is the important one; this
protects the customer completely
from out of pocket expense. You
depend on the local company for
this. Hodges has set itself apart from
the competition; they were the first
to apply computer based bidding.


"Most of my customers are very
cost conscious" says Hodge "I knew
from the beginning that accurate
competitive pricing was the key to
success in this business".
"We wouldn't be where we
are today if it wasn't for our
suppliers. We have a super rapport
with our suppliers and vendors
and we hold those relationships
dose to our hearts. Hodge's
roofs are dependable because the
workmanship is impeccable. A
detailed inspection system keeps
the quality up to Hodges standards
providing the most modern, state-
of-the-art technologies in roofing
systems and backing with a rock
solid guarantee.


"The most important thing with
the manufacturers is Guarantee
registration, getting the paperwork
straight from the beginning is the
trick" says the superintendent.
'We give our customers big-city
discounts while maintaining small
town, personalized service.
In the past 30 years, Hodge's
has put that guarantee to work on
more than 15.6 million square feet
of roofing in the three-county area,
every inch of it standing up to the
company's specialized and unique
guarantee. Such a warranty can
mean a lot to you, the home owner,
with the new, higher insurance
deductible brought on by the last
few years hurricanes.


in its 2008 Youth Essay Con-
test.
The essay theme is:
"What does it mean to be fi-
nancially responsible? How
can your credit union help
you achieve your financial
goals?"
Students are required to
submit a typed essay of no
more than 700 words. The
essays will be judged on cre-
ativity, content, clarity, and
organization. Results will be
announced in January 2009.
The first place winner will
be awarded a $500 scholar-
ship, and two runners up
will each be awarded a $100
American Express gift card.
For additional informa-
tion and Official Rules,
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org and click on e-fcu Stu-
dent Center, or call 862-0111
ext. 1316 or toll-free 1-800-
367-6159.

Ribbon cuttings
The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce is
hosting the following rib-
bon cuttings and other
events:
Oct. 15, 2 p.m., ground
breaking for Habitat for
Humanity at 235 Oakview
Place
Oct. 17, Hope House rib-
bon cutting, 10 a.m. at 5127
Eastland St.
Oct. 22, 11:30 a.m., Dr.
Michael P. Roberts ribbon
cutting at 369 N. Main St.
. Call 682-3212 for more


details on any of these
events.

SBDC workshops
To register for either
workshop, call (850) 473-
7830 or go to www.sbdc.
uwf.edu and click on
training.


Cash For Your Bash
Okaloosa Saves has a
new event this year for
businesses in Okaloosa
County Cash For Your
Bash. Registrants have an
opportunity to win $500
for an employee party at
a drawing on
To qualify, businesses
enroll 25 or more new
Okaloosa Saver employ-
ees and sign up for a one-
hour financial workshop
provided by Okaloosa
Saves. Departments with-
in an organization can
also participate as long as
they meet these require-
ments.
Employees, friends and
family members qualify
as an Okaloosa Saver. '
Register your business
or department between
now and Oct. 10. Submit
entry packets (with, 25
enrollees and scheduled
date of financial work-
shop) no later than Nov.
14. For more details,
visit okaloosasaves.org
or call Brenda Smith at
(850) 797-4902.


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. Legal # 100409
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
, COUNTY CASE NO.
2008 CA 003021 S
flAGSTAR BANK, F.S.B.,
Plaintiff,


32547 vs.
has been filed against JOHN THORNTON;
you and you are required JOYCE THORNTON;
to serve a copy of your and JEREMICHA
written defenses, if any, PRINCE,
to it, on Nwabufo Defendant(s).
Umunna, Attorney for
Plaintiff, whose address NOTICE OF SALE
is 2901 Stirling Road,
Suite 300, Fort Laud- NOTICE IS HEREBY
erdale, Florida 33312 GIVEN pursuant to on
on or before November Order or Final Judgment
6, 2008, and file the scheduling foreclosure
original with the Clerk of sale entered on October
this Court either before 2, 2008, in this case
service on Plaintiff's attor- now pending in said
ney a immediately there- Court, the styre of which
after; otherwise a default is indicated above.
will be entered against
you for the relief de- I will sell to the highest
manded in the complaint, and best bidder for cash
at the front south door,
WITNESS my hand and Okaloosa County Court-
the seal of this Court this house, 101 James Lee
25 day of September, Boulevard East, Crest-
2008 view, Okaloosa County,
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Don W. Howard the 6th day of Novem-
As Clerk of the Court ber, 2008, the following
By: Kitty Sims described as set forth in
As Deputy Clerk said Order or Final Judg-
ment to-wit:


A copy of this Notice of
,vs. Action, Complaint and Lis COMMENCING AT
JAMES S. WILSON, et Pendens were sent to the THE NORTHWEST
al. defendants and address CORNER OF SEC. 10
Defendants named above. T2N R25W,
Defendants OKALOOSA FLOP-
NOTICE OF ACTION In accordance with the IDA; THENCE 89 50'
Americans with Disabili- E ALONG THE
TO: LINDSAY S. WIL- ties Act, persons needing NORTH LINE OF SAID
SON a reasonable accommo- SECTION 10 A DIS-
WHOSE RESIDENCE IS dation to participate in TANCE OF 1634.45
520 PELHAM ST FORT this proceeding should FEET; THENCE SOUTH
WALTON BEACH- FL no later than seven (7 883.96 FEET TO THE
32547 & 6194 boG' days prior contact the POINT OF BEGINN-
WOOD DRIVE W Clerk of the court's disa- ING; THENCE CON-
CRESIEW, FL32536 bili coordinator at TINUE SOUTH
8506517497, 1250 N 100.00 FEET- THENCE
If alive, and if dead all EGLIN PKWY SUITE EAST 612.60 FEET;
parties claiming interest A14, SHALIMAR FL, THENCE N 19 47'
by, through, under o 32579. If hearing im- 56" W A DISTANCE
-ainst LINSAY WIL- pired, contact TDD) OF 106.28 FEET;
SNN and all parties hv- 8009558771 via Forida THENCE WEST
ing or claiming to hav Relay System. 576.00 FEET TO
any right, title or interest POINT OF BEGINN-
in the property described This is an attempt to ING, BEING LOT 609
herein, collect a debt. Any OF AN UNRECORDED
information ob- S/D.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that tainted will be used PROPERTY RUNNING
,.an action for Foreclosure for that purpose. EAST GOES TO THE
of Mortgage on the fol- CREEK AS IT MEAN-
'lowing described prop- Legal # 100413 DER.
NNrty: TH E CIRCUllT BEG NW COR


'LOT 3 BLOCK 4 WIN- COURT OF THE FIRST
RTHROP PLACE' AC- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
CORDING TO THfE MAP AND FOR
OR PLAT THEREOF AS OKALOOSA
RECORDED IN PLAT COUNTY, FLORIDA
BOOK 2, PAGES) 191 CASE NO.
PUBLIC RECORDS OF 08-CA-3296
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
LORIDA COUNTY' CORNERSTONE NDCON-
STRUCTION AND DE-
-b/k/a 520 PELHAM ST VELOPMENT, INC.,
-FORT WALTON, FL Plaintiff,


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WEST, OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES 50 MIN-
UTES EAST ALONG
THE NORTH LINE OF
SAID SECTION 10 A
DISTANCE OF
1634.45 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH
883.96 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINN-
ING; THENCE EAST
576.00 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 01 DEGREE
49 MINUTES 59 SEC-
ONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 125.00
FEET; THENCE WEST
385.5 FEET TO A
POINT ON A CURVE
HAVING A RADIUS
OF 233.10 FEET;
THENCE ALONG SAID
CURVE 72.29 FEET-
THENCE SOUTH 60
DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 159.84
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING BE-
ING LOT 610 OF YEL-
LOW RIVER VALLEY,
AN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION.
TOGETHER WITH A
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME IDENTIFICATION
NUMBERS:
GAFLV75A67785CD21
and
GAFLV75B67785CD21(
1998 CARRY 76')
ORDERED at Okaloosa
County, Florida this 2
day of October 2008,
DON HOWARD
AS Clerk, Circuit Court
Okaloosa County,
FLroida
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
JASON R. MOULTON,
Esq.
66%-A North Ferdon
Boulevard
Crestview, Florida
32536
850-689-1474
Florida Bar No.
0150126
Attorney for Plaintiff


00414


PROPERTY IS FUR- before service on
THER DESCRIBED AS Plaintiff's attorney or im-
BEING THE SOUTH- mediately thereafter; oth-
EAST 120.00 FEET OF erwise a default will be
LOT 52 CALHOUN'S entered against you for
SECON6 REVISION the relief demanded in
AS RECORDED IN the Complaint or petition.
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE This notice shall be pub-
43A OF THE PUBLIC lished once each week
RECORDS OF for two consecutive
O K A L O O S A weeks in the Crestview
COUNTY, FLORIDA. News Bulletin. WITNESS
my hand and the seal of
A/K/A 314 CALHOUN this Court on this 1 day
AVENUE, DESTIN, FL of October, 2008
32541


Any person claiming
an interest in the
surplus from the
sale, if any other
than the property
owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on October 3, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald ,
Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court. Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515:
telephone number
(850)689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding. or Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
10/08/2008
10/15/2008


LEGAL # 120099


COMMENCING AT IN THE CIRCUIT
THE NORTHWEST COURT OF THE FIRST IN THE CIRCUIT
CORNER OF SECTION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN COURT OF THE FIRST
10 TOWNSHIP 2 AND FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
NORTH, RANGE 25 OKALOOSA AND FOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA OKALOOSA
CIVIL ACfTION CASE COUNTY, FLORIDA
-.NO: 2007 CA005621 CIVIL ACTION CASE
S DIVISION: FILE NO.:46-2008-CA-00
I .i 1 f irn j NUMBER: 4383 DIVISION: FILE
F07053656 NO: F08059282


THE BANK OF NEW THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS INDENTURED YORK, AS TRUSTEE
TRUSTEE FOR THE BEN- FOR THE BENEFIT OF
EFIT OF THE CWABS THE CWABS INC.,
INC, ASSET-BACKED ASSETBACKE6 CER-
NOtES, SERIES TIFICATES, SERIES
2007-SEA1, 2007-1'
Plaintiff, Plaintiff,


---------vs. vs.
Lose up to 10 inches vs. vs.
in one hour Call Sheila ROGER R. BRUNSON, et OSMIRA FENILLI
@ 398-2707 LMT MA al, TOURELLE A/K/A
52795 Defendant(s). OSMIRA TOURELLE,
et al,
NOTICE OF RESCHED- Defendant(s).
Massage Time to Re- ULED FORECLOSURE
lax Call Sheila @ SALE NOTICE OF ACTION
398-2707 LMT MA
52795 NOTICE IS HEREBY TO: OSMIRA FENILLI
GIVEN pursuant to an TOURELLE A/K/A
Order Rescheduling Fore- OSMIRA TOURELLE
B closure Sale dated Octo- LAST KNOWN AD-
ber 2, 2008 and entered DRESS: 734 LEGION
in Case No. DRIVE APT 6 DESTINY, FL
2007-CA-005621 S if 32541
MIKE GOLLES the Circuit Court of the CURRENT ADDRESS:
PAINTING FIRST Judicial Circuit in UNKNOWN
Interior, exterior, also and for OKALOOSA ANY AND ALL UN-
pressure washing. Li- County Florida wherein KNOWN PARTIES
censed & Insured. Free THE BANK OF NEW CLAIMING BY,
estimates. Ph. 682-5347. YORK AS INDENTURED THROUGH UNDER,
Senior citizen discounts. TRUSfEE FOR THE BEN- AND AGAINST THE
EFIT OF THE CWABS, HEREIN NAMED IN-
INC, ASSET-BACKED DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
NOTES SERIES ANT(S) WHO ARE
2007-SEA1, is the Plain- NOT KNOWN TO BE
tiff and ROGER R. DEAD OR ALIVE,
Rescreen windows & BRUNSON; are the De- WHETHER SAID UN-
doors or New Screen fendants, I will sell to the KNOWN PARTIES
frames. Also patio highest and best bidder MAY CLAIM AN IN-
rescreening or new for cash at IN FRONT OF TEREST AS SPOUSE,
screen rooms by roafes- CLERK'S FRONT DOOR HEIRS, DEVISEES,
sional call DIY Screen OF SHALIMAR ANNEX GRANTEES, OR
Co. 682-4445 at 11:00am, on the 3 OTHER CLAIMANTS
day of November, 2008 LAST KNOWN AD-
the following described DRESS: UNKNOWN
property as set forth in CURRENT ADDRESS:
said Final Judgment: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
BEGIN AT THE an action to foreclose a
Price's Quality SOUTHWEST COR- mortgage on the follow-
Tree Service NER OF LOT 52, ing property in
850-398-1169 BLOCK D, OKALOOSA County,
10% off your next tree CALHOUN'S SECOND Fbrida:
Lob with this AdI Offer REVISION, DESTIN, LOT 6, LEGION VIL-
Expires: 11-7-2008 FLORIDA, PROCEED LAGE TOWNHOMES,
NORTH .50 DEGREES ACCORDING TO MAP
21 MINUTES. EAST;,OR PLAT THEREOF AS
ALONG THE SOUTH RECORDED IN PLAT
LINE OF LOT 52 BOOK 6 PAGE 81,
100.00 FEET, THENCI OF THE PUBUC REC-
NORTH 39 DEGREES ORDS OF
39 MINUTES WEST O K A L 0 OS A
TNT Metal 120.00 FEET ALONd COUNTY, FLORIDA
Building, Inc. THE EAST PROPERTY has" been filed- against
R.V. & Boat covers, gar- LINE THENCE: SOUTH you and you are required
ages portable sheds, 50 DEGREES 21 MIN- to serve a copy of your
CgesARPORTS UTES WEST '100.00 written defenses, if any, o
Call for best FEET PARALLEL TO or before November f2,
prices in town THE SOUTH LINE OF 2008, on Florida Default
Galvanized Steel LOT 52, THENCE Law Group, P.L.,
Many sizes/colors SOUTH 39 DEGREES Plaintiffs attorney, whose
Free delivery & setup. 39 MINUTES EAST address is 9119 Corpo-
Single carport $595 120.00 FEET ALONG rate Lake Drive, Suite
Double only $695 THE WEST PROPERTY 300. Tampa, Florida
850 983-2296 UNE, TO -THE POINT 33634 and file the origi-
8SO 206-4008 OF BEGINNING. THIS nal with this Court either


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


COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2008-CA-004654
DIVISION: FILE NO:
F08061913
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS
ASSET-BACKED CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES
2007-3,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ADRIAN WOMACK,
et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION


Don W. Howard
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
10/08/2008
10/15/2008
10/22/2008
10/29/2008

LEGAL #120094
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA r


LEGAL #120095
COMMUNITY AC-
TION PROGRAM
COMMITTEE INC.
1380 NORTH
PALAFOX STREET
PENSACOLA, FLOR-
IDA 32501
Licensed Residential,
General and Building
Contractors interested in
being involved with the
Community Action
Program's Weather-
ization Program in
Okaloosa County for the
current fiscal year may


pick up qualification
packets at the Elder Ser-
vices Offices of
Okaloosa County (north
county office) beqinnin
October 13, 200 M,-
nority owned firms and
women's enterprises are
encouraged to apply.
Completed application
packets must be returned
to the Elder Services of-
fice no later than 12:00
P.M. on Monday, Octo-
ber 20 2008. Please
print "Attention: Agnes
Doering" on the packet
envelope. The Elder Ser-
vices office is located at
198 South Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida.
10/08/2008
10/15/2008



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2120 -Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
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2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted '
2150 Pet Memorials



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3110 -Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140- Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
.3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood .
3220 -:Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
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 &
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-- 3110
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Yard Sale
Thurs. & Fri. 5329 Hwy
4, 7am-? Lots of Christ-
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Rain date Oct. 16/17



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Crestview
LARGE YARD
SALE
Sat. Oct. 11 8AM-2PM,
Sun. Oct. 12
10AM-2PM, Monday
Oct. 13 8AM-2PM.
5858 Huckleberry Lane
(off Airport Rd. East) Bed-
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248 Bracewell St Thurs-
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Low prices

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Garage Sale
Fri.&Sat., 7am-? .623
Alysheba Dr. (behind
hospital Steeple Chase)
Baby cloths(girls 18 mos
& under) furniture, house-
hold items.

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Garage Sale
Sat. Oct. 11, 7am-1pm,
1264 Sioux Circle off
Old Bethel Rd/ Hwy 90
Misc. household and
other items.

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Huge Inside
Yard Sale
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Ain Hills
Park. 240-9678


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TO: ADRIAN
IMPORTANT WOMACK LAST
In accordance with the KNOWN ADDRESS:
Americans with Disabili- 1820 HEARTLAND
ties Act, persons with dis- DRIVE FORT WALTON
abilities needing special BEACH, FL 32547
accommodation to partic- CURRENT ADDRESS:
ipate in this proceeding UNKNOWN
should contact Court Ad- ANY AND ALL UN-
ministration at 101 James KNOWN PARTIES
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- CLAIMING BY,
view, FL, 32536-3515: THROUGH UNDER,
telephone number AND AGAINST THE
(850)689-5000, Exten- HEREIN NAMED IN-
sion 7497, prior to the DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
proceedina. or Shalimar ANT(S) WHO ARE
(850)651-7497 NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
IMPORTANT WHETHER SAID UN-
In accordance with the KNOWN PARTIES
Americans with Disabili- MAY CLAIM AN IN-
ties Act, persons with dis- TEREST AS SPOUSE,
abilities needing special HEIRS DEVISEES,
accommodation to partic- GRANTEES, OR
ipate in this proceeding OTHER CLAIMANTS
should contact Court Ad- LAST KNOWN AD-
ministration at 1250 N. DRESS: UNKNOWN
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, CURRENT ADDRESS:
F 32579; telephone UNKNOWN
number (850)651-7497, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
prior to the proceeding. an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
10/08/2008 ing property in
10/15/2008 OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LEGAL #120100 LOT 2 BLOCK C,
COVENTRY PARK
VILLAGE PHASE ONE,
IN THE CIRCUIT ACCORDING TO THE
COURT OF THE FIRST PLAT THEREOF, RE-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN CORDED IN PLAT
AND FOR BOOK 11, PAGES 20
OKALOOSA AND 21 OF THE
COUNTY, FLORIDA PUBUC RECORDS OF
CASE NO.: OKALOOSA
2008-DR-5348-S DI- COUNTY, FLORIDA
VISION: FAMILY has been filed against
y M ou and you are required
JENNIFER RUTH M. to serve a copy of your
PINE, written defenses, if any,
Petitioner/Wife, on or before November
4, 2008, on Florida De-
and fault Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
MARIONITO PINE, address is 9119 Corpo-
Respondent/Husband. rate Lake Drive, Suite
A O 300 Tampa, Florida
NOTICE OF ACTION 33634 anmdfile the origi-
FOR DISSOLUTION nal with this Court either
OF MARRIAGE before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
TO: Marionito Pine mediately thereafter; oth-
Address Unknown erwise a default will be
entered against you for
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the relief demanded in
an action has been filed the Complaint or petition.
against you and that you This notice shall be pub-
are required to serve a lished once each week
copy of your written de- for two consecutive
senses, if any, to it on Ste- weeks in the Crestview
ven D. Miller, P.A., News Bulletin. WITNESS
whose address is 817 S. my hand and the seal of
University Drive, 122, this Court on this 23 day
Plantation, Florida of September, 2008.
33324 on or before Don W Howard
Nov. 11, 2008, and file Clerk of the Court
the original with the clerk By: Kitty Sims
of this Court at Florida, As Deputy Clerk
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately Florida Default Law
thereafter. If you fa Group P.L. P.O. Box
to do so, a default 25018 Tampa, Florida
may be entered 33622-5018
against you for the
relief demanded in IMPORTANT
the peittion. In accordance with the
Copies of all court docu- Americans with Disabili-
ments in this case, includ- ties Act, persons with dis-
ing orders, are available abilities needing special
at the Clerk of the Circuit accommodation to partic-
Court's office. You may ipate in this proceeding
review these documents should contact Court Ad-
upon request. ministration at 101 James
You must keep the Lee Boulevard East Crest-
Clerk of the Circuit view, FL, 32536-3515;
Court's office notified telephone number
of your current ad- (850)689-5000, Exten-
dress. (You may file sion 7497, prior to the
Notice of Current proceedin.or Shalimar
Address, Florida Su- -850)651-7497
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law IMPORTANT
Form 12.915.) Future In accordance with the
pa ers in this law- Americans with Disabili-
sui* will be mailed to ties Act, persons with dis-
the address on rec- abilities needing special
ord at the Clerk's of- accommodation to partic-
fice. ipate in this proceeding
WARNING: Rule should contact Court Ad-
12.285 Florida Family ministration at 1250 N.
Law Rules of Procedure, Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
requires certain auto- F[ 32579; telephone
matic disclosure of docu- number (850)651-7497,
ments and information. prior to the proceeding.
Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, includ- 10/01/2008
inc dismissal or striking 10/08/2008
ofpleadings.
Dated: 9-30-2008 --


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B8 I Crestview News Bulletin


CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2008


I 3230
Crestview
Huge Yard Sale
Sat. Oct 11th
7am-3pm,6494 Hw 85
N.) 4 mile N. of Winn
Dixie). MOVING EVERY-
THING MUST GOIII.
Wood craft mans shop,
tools galore, partial list
includes: boat parts,
plumbing, electrical, trac-
for, kitchen cabinets,
bathroom vanity s, cul-
tured marble countertops
Polaris 4 wheeler, 14 ft.
kayak baby cloths &
more. See Crai~s list for
details. Follow the signs.
682-7158


NEW TODAY
Crestview
MULTI Family
Priced to SELL
Oct 10 & 11 (Fri & Sat)
8-2 Linene Drive, 85 N
to take Silver to Linene
Woods Subdivision. All
Kinds of stuff, teen to
mens designer shirts.
Crestview
Multi-Family
Yard Sale
Oct.llth, 7am-?, 6114
Willow Ln North (Airport
Rd. to Home -Hollow)
Kitchen apple. Lots ot
household items.


NEW rODAY
Crestview
Rummage Sale Disa-
ble American Veterans
Auxilary D.A.V. Chapter
Home 5296 Hare St.
Shoffner City go 90 E to
D.A.V. sign left inside.
Oct. 11 8AM Noon
Crestview
Yard Sale
Fri. & Sat. 8am-? 1219
Valley Rd. Children& La-
dies clothes, furniture. To
much to list.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Fri. Sat. 8am-? 6157
Garden City Rd. Girls
clothes, toys, fishing, dec-
orations, misc.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Oct. 11, 7am-? 698
Long Dr. Apt. A, furniture
wasner.


I 3280 ]
Equipment for Sale:
Owner Retiring, 1984
KW with sleeper, Dorsey
20 yard dump trailer,
Chaney 35 ton lowboy
w/hyd. ramps, John
Deere 550 dozer, Case
w20c with forks & 3 yard
bucket, 1966 GMC 10
wheeler & 4 yard oose
neck dump trailer. All for
$41,500. 537-9310 or
217-1420


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NEW rII/AY


Administrative/Clerical

NEW16A0 Program Office
Assistant
Cresview Tri-County Community
YAresvi D SALEew Council, Inc., is accept-
Oct. 1 A I53 ng applications for a
Oct. 11, 8AM-1PM 553 TmporarF-Time Pro-
S. McDonald St. Glass-emporarFuA
items, OfficeAssistant.
ware, Ktchen items, ne position is in Ft.
whatnots etc. Walton and on in Crest-
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NEW TIDAY


Primary Duties: Assist in
implementation and oper-
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Sat. Oct. 11, 7AM-1PM School Diploma (GED);
206 Brittany Lane (Off o 1-3 months related expe-
Old Bethel) rience or training.

SMust have Current
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rV f gDproper vehicle insurance
coverage. Must comply
Ponce De Leon with background screen-
CHURCHWIDE ing.
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3100 Hwy 81 South (3 call Sharon Kent, Admin-
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Pleasant Valley Baptist 800-395-2696
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TUPPERWARE from the Tri-County Com-
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special replacement or- from lobs Plus in Ft. Wal-
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682-4305 submitted by October
___________ ~10, at 4:00 pm.
4 Successful Applicant will
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6100- Business/
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6110 Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



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Crescent Ave. 537-0141
Crestview- 2 br 1 ba,
$650/mo + $650 dep.
No petsl Oct Ist 850
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6110
Crestview Inn
Motel $35d $165 wk,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4
wk Call 682-4466
Furnished 1 BR for ma-
ture person, no smoking
or pets. Utilities furnished
$550. Call 689-1318


I 6130
Crestview 2BR 1BA
townhouse at 146 Lake
St. Washer, dryer stove
and fridge $500mo+
$500dep 682-6514



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

3BR/2BA half acre on
Aurora Dr. $800.;
3BR/2BA half acre on E.
Chestnut $1000.;
3BR/2BA 1810 sf. on
Limestone $1095.;
3BR/2BA on half acre,
Pool w/pool mainte-
nance. Property Profes-
sionals 683-1714
4BR/2BA, Antioch Es-
tates $1100.; 4BR/2BA
2403sf. Old Bethel Es-
tates $1400.; 4BR/4BA
HollyHills, pool, pond, 2
acres, $1600. Property
Professionals 683.1714


NEW T0I0Ay
American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
130 Hampton Dr. 2br,
1.5ba $545
363 C Brackin St @br,
1 ba $575
297 Seminole Tr. 3br,
1ba $595
546 Purl Adams Ave.
3br,1.5ba $750
2455 Starmount Dr.
3br 2ba $750
b 25 0neyAve. 3br,
2ba $750
115 Oak Terrace 3br,
2ba $750
165 Patch Ave 3br,
2ba $775
13 Flora Cove 3br,
2ba $800
526 Wingspan Way
2br,2.5 ba $800
530 Wingspan way
2br,2.5ba $800
517 Wingspan way
2br,2.5ba $800
511 Winqspan way
2br,2.5ba $800
512 Wingspan Way
2br,2.5ba $80an
515 Wingspan Way
2b, 2.5ba $825
2993 Windsor Cir
3br,2ba $825
6110 Sonny Ln
3br,2ba $825
519 Wingspan Way
3br,2.5ba $875
455 Wingard St. 3br,
2ba $850
519 Wingspan Way
3br, 2.5ba $875
503 Wingspan Way
3br,2.5 ba $875
2932 Sholtz Ave
3br,2ba $895
110 Cabana Way
3br, 2ba $895
203 Cabana Way
3br,2ba $900
*106 Split Creek Dr
3br,2ba $900
309 Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba $900
2812 Atoka Tr
3br,2ba $950
631 Alysheba 3br,2ba
$950
144 Indian Tr.
3br 2ba $980
12 Courtney Ln. 4br,
2b, $1000
4707 Young Rd. 4br,
2ba $1195
429 Hatchee Dr. 4br,
2ba $1195
104 Muskogee Tr 3br,
2ba $1200
2196 Hagood Lp 4br,
3ba $1200
223 Trish Dr 4br,2ba
$1300
109 Fairway Ct 3br,
2.5ba, $1300
6377 Havenmist Ln
4br, 2ba $1395
DeFuniak Springs
68 A Twin Trees 2br,
1 ba $475
68 C Twin Trees 2br,
1ba, $475
68 D Twin Trees 2br
1ba, $475
1004 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
1046 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
1084 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
1120 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
1138 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


6140 6140
Crestview 2BR/1BA
Century 21 $500. mo + dd Call
Moulton Realty 682-8921
682-3849 Crestview 2BR/2BA
Rentals: Perf. for RM Mates.
$850. mo + dd call
107 & 121 Swaying 685-2650 or 6820965
Pine, 3br, 2.5ba
$850 mo + $600 dd
504 Tall Pines
3 br 1 ba $725+dd
*6117 Maanolia NE O
3br 2ba $775mo+dd
478 Balboa Crestview- 3 br 1 ba
4br, 2ba$000mo+dd duplex, CH&A. Com-;
143 Lonnie$Jack pletely renovated, all
3 br, 2ba $880mo+dd new carpet, ceramic tile
4638 Falcon Way floors, new cabinets &
3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd ap liances. No pets.
5474 Haburn St. $600mo+dd. 682-4024
3 br 2 ba, $900
5219 G'riffith Mill Rd Crestview 304 Elm
2 br, 1ba,$475+dd Ave.3 BR/2BA
0513 WingSpan Way screened in porch,
3br, 21/2ba $775+dd fenced yard, pels OK,
2413 Half Moon no lease req $500.
3 br 2 ba $ 1100+dd mo + $250. dd Avail.
125 Mill Pond Cove soon Call 683-1040
4 br, 2 1/2 ba, $1000 1__ _
Crestview 3BR/1BA
Coldwell Banker United $600. meo $400. dd.
Realtors 117 Courthouse 462 Savage St. call
Terrace Crestview Fl 682-3931
32536 (850) 689-1515
or 1(850) 682-5922-EHO Crestview 4BR/2BA
*307 Walnut Ave, l br, 6411 Lake Ella Rd.
lba 700sf $425 triplex $400. mo + dd Call
* 365 Walnut Ave 2br 682-8921 865-8921
1ba, 900sf, $500 end _______rsv
unit
* 309 Walnut Ave 2br Crestview
1 ba 900sf, $500 enA 2/1 Duplex
unit New carpet / freshly
* 228 Runnymeade Dr. painted, $600 mo/$600
2br, 1.5ba 30sf $575 DD, pets ok with addi-
Interior Unit townhouse tional deposit, 682-7731
* 230 Runnymeade Dr Mon-Fri
2br 1.5ba 930sf $575
End Unit Townhouse Crestview
* 238 Runnymeade Dr. re e
2br,1.5ba 930sf $575, 3/1 Duplex
Interior Unit Townhouse New carpet / fresh
* 130 Patton St 2br, ba painted, $700 mo/$700
900sf $625 no pets al- DD, pets OK with addi-
lowed tonal deposit, 682-7731
* 418 Brown PI 2br Mon-Fri
1ba 1066sf $650 S of Ct e -3
1-10 Crestview- 3bd 2ba
* 6106 Magnolia Lane 3376 Polly Ln. Brick, no
3br,1.5ba 1026sf $695- large pets, X Large
1st months rent free fenced yard $700. mo +
* 8146 8th Ave 3br2ba $700. Dep. 600+Credit
1355sf $750- Laurel'Hill Score a plus. 642-2121
* 118 Campbell Dr 3br,
2ba 1207sf $795 pets Crestview- 3br 2ba
with approval 1 cg 11 00sf. Custom up
* 152 Sawying Pines CT graded home. W/D inc.
3br 2.5 ba 1309sf $875mo close to schools
$800-End Unit & shopping. Section 8
* 747 Majestic Dr approved. Call 850
3br2.5ba 1424sf 642-1612 or 642-1642
$825 1 months free rent-
South of 1-10 Crestview 3br, 2ba,
* 5720 Reinke Dr 3br, $500/mo + $500 dep.
2ba 1253sf $850 pets 795 Barrow St.
w/ approval 398-2284
* 50 Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba -22e
1165sf $850 1 months Crestview- Brick 3br, 2
rent free to military ba on 1 acre Auburn
02904 Orchidcrest Dr. area $700/mo 850
4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $875 652-4374
V2 months free rent -
* 238 Tiffot Ct 3br,2ba Crestview- Countryview
1620sf $895 1st 4 br 2 ba built in 2004.
month's rent free ONCY $900mo! Call
* 4713 Connor Dr 4br, Jenny at Pelican Real Es-
2ba 1748sf. $895 tate 315-0972
South of 1-10 free
months rent to Military
* 324 Lakeview Dr 3br BA
2ba 1088sf, $900 A T
appliances included
* 118 Palmetto Dr 4br
2ba 1927sf $900 b 'Crestview Downtown
Fenced in Backyard 2br, 1 ba, all new carpet
* 4815 Summer Creek window ac unit, covered
Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf patio $425 + $400 sd.
$995 privacy fenced 682-8483 or 865-3421
backyard
* 2834 Atoka Trail 4br, Crestview, 114 Jacob
2ba 1953sf. $995 1 St. 3br 2ba, 1100sf. Lgq
months rent free to mili- yard, $875/mo. Pet/
tary White smoking ok. 652-2285
* 507 White Oak Lane
$br, 2ba 1850sf $995
First Months Rent Free T
* 5121 Whitehurst lane NEW UT AY
4br 2ba 1836sf $1000
*- alapgnces included Crestview, 2 br, 1 ba,
S240 Hagood Looo CH&A section 8 ap-
4br. 2.5ba 2254sf proved. 740 Dixie Street,
$1025 split bedroom $565mo, $500 dd.
oorp lan 683-8928 or 758-1609
o1235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br _683-892 or 758-1609
2ba, 1758sf, $1125
large fenced back yard Crestview, FL
* 248 Limestone Cir Beautiful
3br,4ba 1866sf $1200- Cresiew
no ets allowed Crestview
*4180 Big Buck Trail, Home For Rent
4br 2ba, 1823sf, Great Neighborhood,
$1215 no pts allowed close to everything,
* 228 Riverchase Blvd large yard 2300 sf un-
4br,2ba 2555sf. $1300 furnished 4 BR, 2.5 BA
1st months rent free 2 car garage. Call
* 301 Sunesta CT 4br 850-259- 560.
ba 2547 sf $1300 10 V._L
military discount or 1/2
Month's Rent free to Mili- Crestview: Near Anti-
tary och Elementary. S of 1-10
*35 Hatchee Dr 4 br 3BR,2BA 2CG, $795mo.
2 ba, 2250sf, $1300, +dep. 850-502-9340
all appliances included -
05262 Clint Mason Rd. FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
3br 2.5ba 1878sf construction house w/
$1400 pets allowed w/ fencedYard available for
approval lease ct. 1st. Great Io-
For further information cation to both bases.
and to apply online, Terms negotiable. $1200
please visit our website mo. Call 850 699-2189
at: www.cburpm.com Laurel Hill 2BR, split
bath, stove, ride, air &
Do ga ':n heat. Avail Oct 1. $500.
g mo+uils 850-652-4155
Good For Rent to Own
Tonlorrow Crestview- Owner
mOrrOW financed. 3 br, 1 ba.
$690 mo. (includes taxes
RECYCLE & u with $3000

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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,
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and receive 100 OFF your 1st
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Offer expires 10/10/08


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 204 Booker St.
$500 2 br, 1 ba
+ 5710 Seminole Dr
$725 3 br, 2 ba on 2 ac
*231 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
b 391 Riverchase Blvd
1150, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No ets
* 139 Stephens Lane,
$850, 3 br 2ba, 1 AC
* 1524 Lona 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


o6140 7150
Venice New 1 and 2 Baker 2 acres with 2
bedroom homes from mobile homes for sale all
$900 per month in active included. Call 217-0571
lifestyle community with WILL FINANCE
waterfront sites, resort
amenities, on-site activi- Lakefront living at its
ties and events, finest. Homesites availa-
(866)823-8960. ble nestled in the moun-
tains of NC along 150
Smiles of shoreline. 30%
discounts for limited time
6160 X (800)709.LAKE.

Crestview Furnished
rooms avail Oct. 15
$85. wk. Great for out of 7 P7160
town workers or local
376-7676 Crestview- 3 br 2 ba
on 10 acres, 20d2 dou-
Roommate to share ble wide, 1400sf. Make
3br 2ba, brick house offer. Credit check re.
$450mo includes all utii- Carol's Realty, (941)
ties/ cable. Call 627-2769
689-8978 Niceville- 3 br, 2 ba on
103 Roberts Ave 2005
Double wide, 2025sf.
^A 3 2 Make offer. Credit check
1 6170 req. Carol's Really, (941)
627-2769
3BR/2BA on 3122
Auburn Rd. Large yard,
no pets $600. mo &
$600.dd call 546-1960 Ii 11
1 7190 1
Baker 3bd, 2ba, util ***Free Foreclosure List-
incl, 4are yard $700 ings*** Over 200,000
mo $400. dep No pets properties nationwide.
Call 850-758-9721 after row Down Payment. Call
4pm Nowl (800)817-5434.
Crestview South Carolina low
2 br. 1 ba. $425. ma. country Hunting/ Recrea-
$425. DD water & sew- tion Tracts for sale. Close
ae provided Located on to 1-95 in Bamberg CO.
. Chestnut @ Crestview Peaceful/secluded and
Mobile Home Park. Call loaded with deer, turkey,
305-0776 or 398-6246 hogs and timber value
too. 42ac-85ac-120ac-
Crestview Newly Re- 235ac-500ac-730ac- all
modeled 2br, 1ba, on the Little Salkahatchie
$450mo. Quiet park. No river. Roads, game plots,
pets. Military & seniors stands new Ready to
welcome. 850-585-8192 hunt. Priced below mar-
---- ketll Call Now
Holt & Baker Centrally (803)826-6033 (Brokers
Located Singlewide MH Protected).
3 br 2 ba on a 1 acre
private lot in quiet neigh- Steal My Marshfront
borhood. No pets Re- Owner sacrificelll Drop
centy upgraded dead gorgeous
$550dep $550mo. Also Marshfront. My neighbor
3bd 2ba Newly remod- paid $389,900. I'll sell
eled w/ upgrades on mine for less than the
1/2 acre private bank repo's. My six fig-
Iot.$450 mo+ $450dd ure loss is your gain.
No pets References re- $229 900. Call:
quired 865-3406 (888)306-4734
Mobile Home on 1.91 Tennessee Land Rushl
acres, 3BR/2BA, 960 1+acre to 2acre home-
sf., fenced yard, small sites, wood views Start-
pet ok, $525. mo Prop- ing at $59,900. Tenn
erty Professionals River & Nick-a-Jack view
683-1714 tracts now available Re-
tirement guide rates this
----- area #2 is U.S. places to
retire. Low cost of living,
4,, no impact fee.
S330699-2741 or
S866 550-5263, Ask
S --- About Mini Vacationl
SVirginia Mountains 2
VirLg1nirai acres on mountain top
I r near New River State
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE RiverState
Park, great fishing, view,
7100-Homes private. $29,500 must
7105- Open Houses sell call owner
7110 Beach Home/ (866)789-8535.
Property
7120 Commercial--------
7ana uu,,uui a wnhniuub


7140- Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 Watertront
7180 Investment
Property
7190- Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



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


R.m..deled

FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner lotf. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
ink back yard perfect
for ets $299000.
Call 850 226-6754



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



V/thisoiit
Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 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.


7140
Lookin to rent: Pro-
fessionaT Retail Man-
ager moving to Crest-
view area with Nation-
ally recognized com-
pany seeks small farm
or home with Acreage
for' rent or possible
lease option. Must have
fenced pasture for 2
horses. Please call
850-544-9173. Leave
message.


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes







1990 Che Corsica 3.1
engine, A/C, new front
axes, good tires asking
$1000. OBO caD,
682-0871 or 902-0987.
Police Impounds for
Sale! 95 Honda Civic
$400! 9 VW Jetta
$50011 For listings call
800)366-9813 Ext
927




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
qray 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




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


I4


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.I..., .! -M, Invites everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
-"' great deals going on now.

CHElV ILET Bill can help you to drive
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vehicle today!

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