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IN THIS ISSUE


Families honor
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No action taken


on OSTF beer


sales request


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Same issue. Same re-
sult.
The Crestview City
Council will take no action
on the Old Spanish Trail
Festival Society's request
for the council to consider
revising a city ordinance
that forbids sale of alco-
holic beverages on city
property.
Council member Chip
Wells' motion to direct
staff to prepare possible
revisions to the current
ordinance failed by a 2-2
vote. Wells and Linda
Parker were in favor of
considering revisions to
the current ordinance. Bob
Allen and Charles Baugh
were opposed.
City Council President
Lillie Conyers was unable
to attend as she continues
to recover from injuries
sustained in a summer
auto accident.
The council earlier this
year voted to take tno ac-
tion on a similar OSTF re-
quest.
"My hope is to get this
to a public hearing," Wells
said before the vote. "Last
year we voted to take no
action. We owe it to (the
OSTF Society) to take a


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Covenant Hospice's social worker Nanette Borland.



Little ladv


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Social workers sometimes
have a bad rap. For any num-
ber of unpleasant reasons,
when one shows up at the door,
it often has heart-wrenching re-
sults for the family, particularly
in child welfare or abuse cases.
Not so when Nanette Bor-
land, Covenant Hospice's sole
social worker, comes knocking.
"When a family hears a
social worker is coming, they
think, why do I need a social
worker?" Borland said. "My
job is to allay those fears and
establish trust, to support them
and prepare them for what lies
ahead."
Indeed, many patients and
their families positively beam
when the little lady with the big
heart comes calling.
Most of her patients are fac-
ing terminal illnesses.
"Families are typically
frightened when you start talk-
ing about end-of-life issues,"
Borland said. "I have to educate
them in order to let them make
decisions. But when it comes
down to it, my job is to be an
advocate for the patient."
Her typical day might in-
clude home visits with patients
and their caregivers in Laurel
Hill and DeFuniak Springs, and
then visits to patients at local
nursing facilities. Her travels
take her throughout northern
Okaloosa and Walton counties.
"When I walk into a house,
I never know what to expect,"
Borland said.
Some families are prepared
for their loved ones' end of life,
but "there are people who are


BLUE JEAN BALL
Co. enant Hospice's Blue
Jean Ball is Satur.la', at the
Crestview Conrnuniir, Center.
Read more about the event orn
Page A7.

in denial," Borland said. "They
are in denial from the time I
walk in the door until the time
their loved one has passed
away."
Patients are referred to
Covenant Hospice by doctors,
hospitals, nursing homes and
family members. The doctor
must first certify the patient
has a terminal prognosis before
Borland and her team can ac-
cept the case.
"We're not there to fix the
patient," Borland explained.
"We're there to help lessen pain
and make life more comfort-
able."
Providing emotional sup-
port for the patient, his or her
caregiver, family members and
friends is an important part of
Borland's job.
Helping patients commu-
nicate with their families and
friends is likewise important.
Often it is hard to discuss end-
of-life wishes, such as funeral
arrangements. Sometimes there
are things a patient wishes to
say to his or her family that
Borland can help the ill person
articulate.
For families and caregivers
who are overwhelmed by the
many details facing a loved
one's end of life, Borland as-
sists by connecting them with
community resources to get
food, care and even housekeep-


ing services. She frequently
connects families with the VA,
Department of Families and
Children, and other agencies to
assure patients receive benefits
for which they are qualified.
"People have pride and they
won't say, 'Please get me...'"
Borland said. "That comes from
building a relationship with
people and gaining their trust.
We can't fix every problem but
we try to make it easier to get
the care the patient needs."
Covenant Hospice's team
approach to patient care in-
cludes bereavement counseling
and chaplain services.
"The best part of working at
Covenant Hospice is the team
approach," Boland said. "We
communicate with each other.
Often, especially when it is a
young patient, it is extremely
difficult for the family as well
as for me as a mother. It's very
hard, but that hospice team
makes it easier."
Becoming a social worker
"wasn't one of those things
where you say, that's what I
want to be when I grow up,"
Borland said.
But her grandmother was a
social worker. Borland would
frequently assist her during
house calls.
When she had to make a
career decision, she chose the
profession.
"It's rewarding for me. It's
a job where at the end of the
day, I feel I have made a differ-
ence in peoples' lives," Borland
said. "Patients and caregivers
feel I'm doing all the work, but
what they don't know is I'm
the one who received the bless-
ing."


The Crestview City
Council will take no
action on the Old Spanish
Trail Festival Sodety 's
request for the council to
consider revising a city
ordinance that forbids sale
of alcoholic beverages on
city property.

look at it and have a docu-
ment we can vote on one
way or another."
Baugh expressed con-
cerns about insurance and
security costs if beer sales
were permitted during the
festival. He also shared in-
formation from his conver-
sations with Niceville and
Fort Walton Beach officials
concerning the topic.
"This (the OSTF) has al-
ways been a family event,"
Baugh said. "Nobody has
any ideas besides injecting
alcohol sales into this fam-
ily event?
"The city founders put
this ordinance in here for
a reason."
Former OSTF Society
President "Mac" MacKen-
dree noted the OSTF had
"tossed around ideas like

See BEER A7


Two local residents


headed to D.C.


on Honor Flight


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview residents Ev-
erett McCrary and Thomas
Warnick are scheduled to
be among the World War
II veterans on the Emerald
Coast Honor Flight bound
for Washington, D.C. to-
day. A total of 104 veterans
from across Northwest
Florida were selected for
the second flight to visit
the World War II veterans'
memorial.
The Emerald Coast
Honor Flight is a non-
profit organization that
honors America's veterans
for their sacrifices by pro-
viding the one-day free
visit to Washington, D.C.
Veterans are selected on
a first-come, first-served
basis, with priority given
to WWII veterans and all
others with terminal ill-
ness. The organization re-
ceives both corporate and
individual funding, but no
government sponsorship.


Everett Thomas
McCrary Warnick

McCrary is a native of
Troy, Ala., and a gradu-
ate of the University of
Alabama. He was drafted
into the U.S. Army while
attending the university
and shipped to Germany,
where he was assigned to
the 3rd Infantry Division
Band. He had played in
the Million Dollar Band
at the University of Ala-
bama. McCrary was dis-
charged as a technical ser-
geant in January 1947. He
and his wife Judith moved
to Crestview in 1956. He
has served on the board of
directors at the First Na-
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The North Okaloosa Medical Center unveiled its new CT scanner this past week.


NOMC introduces new CT scanner


Special to the News Bulletin

Patients and physicians
utilizing the Emergency
Room at North Okaloosa
Medical Center now can
access the latest diagnos-
tic imaging technology
from Philips Medical Sys-
tems dedicated to the ER
use.
The hospital's new CT
(computed tomography)
scanner produces crisp,
detailed images of the
body in just seconds.
"The .placement of this
technology within our
Emergency Room dem-
onstrates how technology
innovations are improv-
ing both the speed and ac-
curacy of imaging results
enabling our physicians
to detect and treat our
Emergency Room patients
with greater accuracy and
speed," reported Dr. Dar-
ren Cook, Medical Direc-
tor of Emergency Depart-
ment and Chief of Staff.
CT includes technol-
ogy that ensures patients
receive less radiation, sup-
porting North Okaloosa
Medical Center's com-
mitment to patient safety
across the entire spectrum
of patient care.
A CT scanner com-
bines X-rays with com-
puter technology to cre-
ate detailed images of


'While NOMC has additional CT
scanners, the Board of Trustees and our
corporate office agree that the location of
the new scanner in the Emergency Room
greatly enhances the quality of care
provided to our patients. "

Dr. Michael G. Foley, NOMC's Chief Medical Officer.


your internal structures
and organs, according to
Tammy Clark, Director of
Diagnostic Imaging at
NOMC.
During an emergency
situation, time and com-
fort are vital to meeting
the medical needs of pa-
tients.
Jeff Claudio, Director
of Emergency Depart-
ment, said the location of
the CT in the Emergency
Room meets the National
Stroke Standards for po-
tential stroke patients. The
standards require CT scan
upon arrival to the hospi-
tal's ER.
"The design of this new
system is more open and
allows patients to see out-
side the machine during
examinations which helps
to reduce claustrophobic
effects," he said
"The CT scanner lets
physicians see an incred-


ible level of detail, which
translates into earlier di-
agnoses of life-threatening
issues such as trauma,
stroke, and heart or lung
disease," added Dr. Mi-
chael G. Foley, NOMC's
Chief Medical Officer.
"While NOMC has ad-
ditional CT scanners, the
Board of Trustees and our
corporate office agree that
the location of the new
scanner in the Emergency
Room greatly enhances
the quality of care provid-
ed to our patients."
Responding to a 10 per-
cent growth in the number
of Emergency Room vis-
its over 2007, additional
equipment is vital in tak-
ing health care to new lev-
els in the Crestview area.
The new CT scanner is a
part of the $7.5 million of
capital injected into North
Okaloosa Medical Center
during 2008.


"We are very pleased to
grow the quality and the
capabilities of our com-
munity hospital to meel
the growing needs of oui
community," said David
S. Sanders, Chief Execu-
tive Officer of North Oka-
loosa Medical Center. "We
will continue to strive tc
be the hospital of choice
for our community."
In addition to the CI
scanner in the ER, NOMC
will complete installation
of a new PET-CT scanned
later this month, a new
cath lab by year end, and
renovation of most ol
the interior of the hospi-
tal in the first quarter ol
2009. Earlier in the yeai
the NOMC completed the
renovation of their obstet-
rics department and nurs-
ery as well as renovation
of the ambulatory surgery
center.
"Speaking for the Board
of Trustees, it is our inten-
tion that the services ol
this hospital enhance the
health needs of people ir
our community. It will be
our endeavor to continue
to provide updated and
necessary equipment and
facilities used for the ben-
efit of our patients," re-
ported Dr. Pam Meadows
Chairperson of the Nortlh
Okaloosa Medical Centei
Board of Trustees.


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Baker marking Fire Prevention Month


Baker Fire District Chair-
man Ben Carr provided this
update from his department.
Baker's fire department holds a
5/8B ISO rating.
' We are an all-volunteer
department. We receive no
pay. We are insured as re-
quired by Florida Statute.
We are located at 1375
19th St. in Baker, three blocks
north of the traffic light.
The Baker Fire District
Board of Commissioners
is comprised of five mem-


I FIRE CHIEF'S
STATION
bers who are elected by the
registered voters of Oka-
loosa County Precinct 1, to
serve four-year terms. The
Commission meets the first
Thursday of every month at
7 p.m. These meetings are
open to the public.
Several Baker firefight-
ers took part in the North-
west Florida Volunteers


Firefighter weekend last
month in Niceville and re-
ceived valuable hours of
training. We also provided
our new "Fire Truck" Grill
and cooked hamburgers,
hot dogs and more for all
the students and instruc-
tors.
Since October is Fire
Prevention Month, the de-
partment will be visiting
with Baker School students
this month, providing
safety demonstrations and


tours of our facilities and
equipment.
As a reminder, we are
always in need of new vol-
unteers to join. We provide
the training. We just need
you. We meet every Thurs-
day night at 7 p.m. at our
main station.

"Fire Chief's Station" ap-
pears on Wednesdays and
provides updates from the fire
departments in north Okaloosa
County.


Breaking news onlline at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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


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-. OF CRESTVIEW MEMBER FDIC
Your Homeiown Bank Since 1956!
ur 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
,cT es as our Community Reinvestment Act Officer. Under her leadership and expertise,
Fi, ;t National Bank of Crestview received an "Outstanding" rating in CRA by the Federal
RL gulators. She is a graduate of the University of Florida, School of Banking.
An expert in consumer credit counseling, Terry also participates in financial education
..r consumers of all ages including affordable housing seminars. Active in the community,
TI ry is a past director and a member of the education committee of the Crestview Area
C -. .mber of Commerce. She also serves on the Women's Advisory Committee of the North
Ok loosa 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
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2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-3111


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2008


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Jean Lewis
Library Director

PROGRAMS
Pumpkin Painting is
the Family Library Time
activity on Oct. 21 from 6
to 8 p.m. Bring your own
pumpkin. We suggest you
purchase small pie-size
pumpkins because they
will be easier to paint
and handle when wet.
Children must be at least
6 years old. .We will meet
at the Crestview Commu-
nity Center (next to the
Library) at 7 p.m.
This months' "Crafts
From Around the World"
program will be held
Oct. 27. Children ages
6 and up join us in our
travels around the world.
We will be stopping this
month in Australia, and
the craft will be a boomer-
ang. Children may start
their craft any time after 3
p.m. and finish by 5 p.m.
Space is limited so please
come in and sign-up be-
fore Oct. 27..
Teens 12-18 join us
for Nintendo Wii play
every Friday afternoon
from 2 to 4 p.m. Parents
and family members are
welcome to hang out and
use the library, but the
Wii activities will only be
available to teens. Come
in and try out your driv-
ing skills with the "Mario
Kart" games. Any ques-
tions please ask Ms. Jan-
ice. This week in celebra-
tion of "Teen Read Week"


we are playing Wii every
day from 2 to 4 pm.
Sign up at the front
desk and receive a birth
month shape, write the
child's name and birth
date on it, and we will
post it on our Birthday
Club board. October's
shape is a pumpkin. Chil-
dren may come into the
library during their birth
month, find their name
and shape on the board
and bring it back to the
front desk to receive a
prize.
The next Story Time
is today and Thursday at
10:15 a.m. The theme is
"Just Ducky." Children
who are at least 3 years
old are welcome to partic-
ipate in the stories, finger-
plays and crafts.
The next Lap-Sit is
Oct. 28 at 10:15 a.m. The
theme will be "Autumn &
.Halloween". Don't forget
to have the children wear
a costume! Lap Sit pro-
grams are designed for
children under the age of
3 and their caregiver.

EARLY VOTING
The Library is once
again an early voting site.
You can cast your vote
between the hours of 8:30
a.m. and 4:30 p.m. starting
Oct. 20 through Nov. 1.

STAFF PICK
"Cold Running
Creek" Zelda Lockhart
(Fic Loc). This book-is full


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to the brim with untold
historical stories that
span the years pre- and
post-Civil War. The un-
forgettable cast of char-
acters consists of three
generations of women
of African American and
Native American descent.
The first chapter begins
with Raven, who is the
daughter of Choctaw Na-
tive Americans who have
escaped the relocation of
the tribe from Mississippi
to Oklahoma. We are in-
troduced to Raven as her
father Inki prepares her
for the probable attack
of the soldiers. He tells
her if such an attack hap-
pens she is to gather her
younger sister and broth-


er and run-and hide in the
swamp. The members of
the ti ibe had decided they
%, ould not be relocated
and w.'ould ask for the
land that was promised to
those who wished to stay
in NIississippi. When the
. soldiers arrived the adult
' members of the tribe went
to meet them in hopes
, that their wishes were be-
in met, but the soldiers
Ser,- not there to give
aw.a', supplies and land.
The) were there to fight.
At the end of the fighting
Raven is half-alive, and
her sister and brother
were the only other survi-
vors. We follow the three
as they find shelter and
help in the swamp land of
Mississippi. Raven even-
tually meets and marries
a half-French, half-Choc-
taw man and becomes the
mistress of LeFlore plan-
tation. Raven is unable to
have children and raises
Lily, a half Black, half
Choctaw baby that was
born to one of the planta-
tion slaves, as her own.
Lily is given all the privi-
leges of the LeFlore name
and is considered heir to
LeFlore plantation. Unfor-
tunately during the last
three years of slavery Lily


was captured and sold as
a slave. Once freed it took
years for her to embrace
freedom. Generations
later Lily's plight brings
understanding and free-
dom for her children and
ancestors. An extremely
moving book. "


E-BOOK
, Tre.at y0urselfto..this
free holiday read:'.'Shor
Thomas J. Prestopnik has
posted his new, novel on
his Web site The nov.el
has not been publiBhed
in book formni'a of vet
He is mnviting'the.public
to read it tor frtWitlfi no
registration required. The
entire book is online.
To view "A ChrisLMia
Castle" and read a press
release about the book, go
to www.TomPresto.com.
Recommended for Adults
and Young Adult readers.
Below is the author's
brief summary of the book:
'In A Christmas
Castle,' eight-year-old
Jack Mason glances up at
a shooting star on Christ-
mas night in 1966, result-
ing in a chain of events
not revealed for 82 more
years. The novella's set-
ting is the Harbor View
Retirement Home nestled
in the middle of New
York State in 2048.
Jack, now a 90-year-
old resident, chats with
Gloria Grant, who is 75.
While gazing at the rural
moonlit landscape above


a snowy river valley, Jack
mentions how it reminds
him of that Christmas
night when he saw the
shooting star.
Gloria's curiosity is
piqued by Jack's further
remarks and she makes
a startling revelation-if
Jack had never seen that
shooting star as a boy,
then she would never
have been born. Jack is
skeptical since he has
known',Gloria for only
three nri6lths, and what
followsis.an exploration
of a life, a family and a
childh6od dream."

JUST ASK
Anr questions' ILst
ask ahn staff member
Jean, Sandra. Heathet.
Anna. Marie, Seigdara,
"tise, Traey, Janice, Au-
drey and'Sharon.

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

QUOTE
"A good library will-
never be too neat, or too
dusty, because somebody
will always be in it tak-
ing books off the shelves
and staying up late read-
ing them." Lemony
Snicket


Northwest Florida Ballet

season opens Saturday


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Ballet has come a long
way from skinny, girls in
tutus and musclemen in
tights leaping around the
stage,
Dance today is a com-
bination of grace and
theatrical dazzle, and the
Northwest Florida Bal-
let's opening pfoddction,
"Dracula," is no excep-
tion.
Bram Stoker's classic
Gothic tale of vampire
lust gets a whole new look
when the NWFB takes
to the stage for their first
production of the new
season.
The ballet's artistic di-
rector Todd Eric Allen will
perform the title role to
the choreography of Win-
throp Corey. The produc-
tion includes music by
both classical and contem-
porary composers, includ-
ing Liszt, Strauss, Brahms,
Kilar, Glass, Barry and
Goldenthal.
"Dracula" will be per-
formed Saturday at 7:30
p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m.
at the Mattie Kelly Fine &


Special to the News Bulletin
Northwest Florida Ballet
artistic director Todd Eric Allen
will perform the title role in
, "Dracula,"' this Saturday and
Sunday.
Performing Arts Center
on the Northwest Florida
State College campus in
Niceville.
Upcoming produc-
tions include "The Nut-
cracker" in November,
and "Cinderella" in Feb-
ruary.
For reservations or
more information, call the
Northwest Florida Ballet
at (850) 664-7787, or visit
www.nfballet.org.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin

Library speaker discusses

ironies of Civil War
Dann Wallis speaks with Shalimar resident Kathy Gerth
following his First Tuesday Lecture at the Bob Sikes
Library in Crestview. Wallis spoke on ironies of the Civil
War. He is the author of a novel titled "Burnin Daylight"
based on historical facts of the war and is currently
working on a second book.



CALENAR


Holiday Decoration
Extravaganza
Oct. 21, Holiday
Decoration Extravaganza.
The GFWC Women's Club
of Crestview fourth an-
nual Holiday Decoration
Extravaganza fundraiser on
Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Shrine Club,
971 U.S. Highway 90 West,
featuring Crestview native


and nationally recognized
floral designer Kirby Holt.
Light refreshments will be
served and finished prod-
ucts will be available for
purchase. Proceeds from
this event support the char-
ities of the GFWC Women's
Club of Crestview.
Tickets are $10 donation
and available from any club
member, at the door, or by
calling 683-9117.


Never too

rainy for

reading!

Two-year-old Lilian
Fitch of Crestview was
prepared for the rainy
weather last week when
she arrived for a visit
at the Bob Sikes
Public Library.
Ann Spann /
Crestview News Bulletin


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LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2008 ,


Hayes honored by NWF League of Cities


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Monday's Crestview
City Council meeting
opened with the North-
west Florida League of
Cities' presentation of a
framed photo in honor of
late city council member
Sam Hayes.
The League has estab-
lished a scholarship in
Hayes' name.
Fort Walton Beach
Mayor Mike Anderson,
who also serves as the
President of the North-
west Florida League of
Cities, presented the pho-
to. Council member Chip
Wells accepted on behalf
of the city. Hayes' widow,
Florence, was recognized
during the presentation.
"He was not only a pa-
triot and a statesman, but
also a gentleman," An-
derson said.
The photo defines ser-
vice with these words:
"The high road to ser-


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Fort Walton Beach Mayor Mike Anderson (left) presented this framed photo in honor of
late Crestview city council member Sam Hayes. Council member Chip Wells and Hayes'
widow, Florence, accepted on behalf of the city.


vice is traveled with in-
tegrity, compassion and


understanding ... people
don't know how much


we know until they know
how much we care."


Bush's contributions


recognized


Special to the News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Commissioner Sherry Campbell (right)
presented a plaque to the family of the late Brenda
Bush during the most recent commissioners' meeting.
The plaque reads: "In Honor of Brenda Bush. She
lighted the way, Her light is here to stay. Our gratitude
is extended for her heartfelt efforts in obtaining a traffic
light at the Intersection of Highway 90 and Old Bethel
Road, as well as her overall dedication to safety and
our community."


Special to the News Bulletin

Okaloosa County
Commissioner Bill Rob-
erts has been appointed
to the Century Com-
mission for a Sustain-
able Florida by Gov.
Charlie Crist.
Roberts' term began
Oct. 1 and ends August
21, 2012.
"I'm honored that
Governor Crist has se-
lected me to serve on
the Century Commis-
sion. I look forward to
working with all mem-
bers of. the Commis-
sion in making recom-
mendations as to how
we best accommodate
population growth,
while maintaining our


quality of life," stated
Roberts.
The Century Com-
mission for a Sustain-
able Florida, estab-
lished in 2005, envisions
the future of Florida
to ensure the ability to
meeting the needs of
the current population,
without compromis-
ing future generations.
The Commission has
15 members who look
at challenges such as
growth, an aging popu-
lation, education, trans-
portation, water sup-
ply, natural calamities
and economic issues, to
name a few, and work
to balance and sustain
the needs of its citizens
now and in the future.


How-to seminar offered

for independent travelers

Special to the
Crestview News Bulletin

If you've always wanted to see Europe but don't
like the idea of being treated like a sheep, herded
on and off a bus on a frenzied "If It's Tuesday This
Must Be Belgium" package tour, then Europe Bound
is just for you.
No matter your age or interests, Europe Bound, a
how-to travel seminar just for independent travel-
ers who eschew the package tour mentality, will
show you how easy it is to plan and execute your
trip.
It also offers tips on getting around the conti-
nent once you arrive, such as when you shouldn't
tip a waiter.
Conducted as a "Prime Time" program at
Northwest Florida State College, the seminar is
instructed by Crestview News Bulletin/Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers travel writer Brian
Hughes.
The three-night seminar will cover topics such
as:
Planning your trip
Passport and travel documents
Choosing a railpass
Selecting and packing the right luggage
Money matters
Beating jetlag
Traveling by train
Eating and sleeping within your budget
Getting around town
Your personal safety while abroad.
Europe Bound will be taught over three succes-
sive Wednesday evenings from 5 to 7 p.m. begin-
ning Oct. 22.
The seminar is perfect for anyone who wants
to explore Europe on their own, including back-
packing college students, retirees with an indepen-
dent streak, and families planning a meaningful,
enlightening vacation. Advance registration is re-
quired.



HONOR continued from A1


tional Bank of Crestview
since 1970.
"I am honored to get to
fly on the veterans' flight
and have done a lot of
reminiscing, since being
selected," McCrary said.
Warnick entered the
U.S. Army in 1942 from his
hometown of San Fran-
cisco. His military service
consisted of 10 years active
duty and 10 years reserve.
He completed his service
at the rank of captain in


the U.S. Air Force.
"I am honored to be
here. In many ways I don't
feel worthy of this honor,
but in the spirit of the code
of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars of the United States,
I 'Honor the Dead by:
Helping the Living,'" said'
Warnick.

Congratulate these two
local veterans by posting a
note at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.


Roberts appointed to

Century Commission








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Opinion & Editorial


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Here is a sampling of what people had :
to say about recent north Okaloosa Count)
news topic. Comments were collected from
the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Some area residents think
,planned new base exchange should be
built closer to the north end of the county.
The first thing people need to know is that
the Base Exchange, AAFES, is a non-appro-
priated funded entity. There is no taxpayer
money involved. Funds for new AAFES
facilities are generated from within the ex-
change system. BX or PX are FIRST for active
duty personrmel and their dependents then
retirees. The location for the new exchange
outside the gate i- most important for the
single airmen or soldier living on the base.
Do you really think a $60 million project is
going to be built on Duke Field, 30 miles
away from the vast majority of the active
duty personnel and their dependents? Have
(those opposed to the proposed site) checked
out what AAFES is going to build on Duke
Field for the incoming Special Forces? They
might want to set up a meeting i vi th the
General Manager of AAFES on Eglin to get
an updated briefing. Since AAFES is a busi-
nes-. they know how ran'y retnees are lo-
cated within 100 miles of Eghn I consider
myself as an older retiree and I make it to the
base once a month for my needs.

In the first paragraph of the article it
states some military retirees say a shop-
ping complex within the shadow of
Hurlburt and Eglin is a \ aste of taxpayer
money \\hat a waste ot tax paying dollars
it would be to build a satellite pharmacy,
exchange and small commissary within
the Crestvier area for the retirees U'-e the
mail pharmacy for your meds if you canit
get to base. and shop in the local market
for 'our other needs., which is just as cheap
as the B\. That way you won't be clogging
up the parking lot at the base during lunch
when the w orkimg crowd is trymg to use it.
0


I believe the idea i. a waste of taxpayer
money. not because of location or anything
hke that but because the B\ no longer
provides any cost savings to military mern
bets'. It hasn t for many\ ears no\ Mo-st
items sold at the B\ can be purchased for
less or the same price off base. I'm not re-
all\ sure what adv antage the B\ create-s fo
nulitar) members. now, if any at all

Topic: Animal rights rally held outside
Cresthiew courthouse in response to new,
of kitten killed with sledgehammer.
These people need to get a job and a
life! There are more important things in lif
than a kitten

\ou conunent saying that they need to
get a life something that these people
took away tror a defenseless animal.
These people are voicing their frustration
with the people that inflict cruelt- to de-
fenseless animals, not lu-t this kitten I pet-
.ona!ll attended the lallv I am an engineer
and I took the da\ off to help their cause.

lVinit to hid tOL the Huibbib.'1. Sindl iou
thioug-Ilt 0 mi o n/t ot ti0 Okalooa 1 Cou1nty ili eii
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New Orleans playwright and director


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PASSING Crestview will


SSKyleWright have beer sales


Crestview will have sale The real question WHO VOTED FOR WHAT?
of alcoholic beverages on )
city-owned property one is, what event or Council members Chip Wells and Linda Parker want to make
day. it crystal clear.
The real question Organization will The Old Spanish Trail Festival beer sales issue has come
what event or before the c..:.uII .. twice in 2008. n
is, what event or provide the impetus Both times, council votes resulted in no action on the issuel1,
organization will Both times, Wells and Parklr catl their .,:s[ to iurthri.r the iv
provide the impetus fr it to happen? discussion on the topic. 9t
for it to happen? The language in the proposals is a little confusing an 9(;
Crestview's City Coun- 'aye' vote on the first proposal rrneanr ore thing, and 'aye votmt
cil will not be taking any on Monday's proposal meant another but Wells and Parker,
action on a request for an town Crestview but asked to make it clear they cast their votes to further the dis- r
ordinance revision that the school also needed cussion on the topic on both occasions.
could allow sale of alco- the city to allow sale of
holic beverages on city- alcoholic beverages at
owned property under Old Spanish Trail Park pushing for the ordinance beer sales one day. ,.
certain circumstances. two days a year. revision because they All we learned Mon-3
The current ordinance If that happened, the see beer sales as the. only day is not enough council
forbids any sale of alco- city would have a revised way to keep the festival members deem the Oldr .
holic beverages on city alcohol ordinance within alive. Spanish Trail Festival )-,
property. a month. If they thought banning worthy of making it hap-
Some version of the As it actually hap- alcohol from the entire pen. ,
proposed ordinance revi- opened, the Old Spanish city would keep the fes- r.
sion presented during Trail Festival Society was tival alive, they would Kyle Wright is the News
Monday's city council the de facto sponsor of have pushed for that in- Bulletin Editor. Contact (.
meeting will pass one the proposal discussed stead. him at 682-6524 or e-mail.
day. during Monday's city The memories of the kylew@crestviewbulletin..
Let's say representa- council meeting. festival's better days ap- corn Visit the "Passing v '
tives from Florida A&M A few things to keep parently weren't strong Shots" blog at www.crest-..
University came before in mind about the OSTF enough to persuade a ma- viewbulletin.com to see
the council. Let's say folks: jority of council members Kyle's ideas on how the ".
they announced every- They weren't pushing to risk possible public OSTF can raise money from
thing was on schedule for for the ordinance revision heat in order to change people who don't supportI,
the proposed pharmacy because they want beer the ordinance, sale of alcoholic beverages,r
school to come to down- at the festival. They're Crestview will have on city-owned property. c"





Letters to the Editor


Dem says Obama
lacks experience
I am a 69-year-old reg-
istered Democrat and I've
seen my share of Dems .
win the Party's endorse-
ment. But I've never seen
one with so little experi-
ence nominated for the
top spot. I can't image
what the party elders
could have been think-
ing when they put Barack
Obama up for national .
election. Surely they must
know that American vot-
ers use common sense
when we pick our presi-
dent. We generally look
for solid experience, good
leadership and manage-
ment expertise. That's
why we've sent more gov-
ernors than anyone else to
the White House being
chief executive of a state is
good training.
I worked for a big
corporation before retire-
ment and I never did see
the Board of Directors
promote an entry-level
person to CEO in a single
step just because he was a
smooth talker. We the peo-
ple are the nation's Board
of Directors and we are
being asked to promote an
entry-level senator to CEO
of the entire country just
because he gives a good
speech. Sen. Obama has
no other proven relevant
experience. When we look
at his scant professional
experience we can find
nothing that will prove he


is qualified for t
executive positi
he talks a good
but "where's th
In these uneasy
we need a person
tested and expe
for the job of CE
commander-in-,
White House is
for on-the-job tr


Make an edu
vote for McCl
Dear Editor:
I am a McCai
er and I am con
that the voters
be getting the ii
tion they need t
educated decisi
election. Please
following:
ECONOMY'
McCain does nc
government to:
our lives, but th
not mean all res
were removed f
banking industi
Fannie Mae/FrE
The kind of der
McCain support
allow banking c
to use their ATI\
across state line
were restriction
in place that the
man of the SEC
have been overs
prevent the final
saster on Wall S
received $126,0(
Fannie/Freddie


:he chief short time he has been in
on. Yes, the Senate. McCain has
game, received $22,000 over 10
e beef?" years. Both campaigns
times have lobbyists working
)n who is on their staff, but Joe
rienced Biden's son and brother
EO and have been lobbyists for
chief. The years. In fact, Hunter
no place Biden lobbied Obama for
raining. his clients and received
$340,000. Hunter Biden
Jane Kenny stopped lobbying after his
Crestview father was selected as the
VP candidate.
cated BUDGET The in-
dependent organization
ain called "Citizens Against
Government Waste"
in support- tracks our elected officials
cerned and found that Obama
may not had received almost
nforma- $800,000 in earmarks in
to make an his short time in the Sen-
on in this ate. McCain had ZERO in
share the his entire 26 years! They
ranked McCain at 100
Y Yes, percent and Obama at 12
ot like the percent! They also ranked
regulate each on how they voted
iis does on wasteful bills that
strictions came before the Senate -
rom the Obama at 18 percent and
ry or from McCain at 88 percent (a
eddie Mac. higher number is better).
regulation In May 2004 and Septem-
ted was to ber 2004, McCain present-
:ustomers ed statements to the Sen-
A cards ate urging them to curb
's. There spending before it was
is left too late. In January, 2005,
e Chair- McCain co-sponsored a
should bill, "The Federal Hous-
seeing to ing Enterprise Regulatory
incial di- Reform Act." McCain
3t. Obama said, "If Congress does
00 from not act, American taxpay-
in the ers will continue to be


exposed to the enormous'
risk that Fannie Mae and
Freddie Mac pose to the
housing market, the ovj-:
all financial system, and,-
the economy as a whole."
The bill never made it c t
of committee and no on4
wanted to do anything.-'
Obama did NOTHING!o.
(Check the "Congressior, -
nal Record".) .
McCain's position onr,
taxes and health care
come from a common
sense approach to provide
for America's citizens
without breaking the rj-,
bank. He won't promise,-.
you the world, but he will
do the best he can for eyr
eryone. ,
DEFENSE I woq4d
feel much safer to haveu
McCain in charge of our,
country's defense and tl e
War on Terror. The worW-
knows he will not back& .
down, but will do whatn .
ever is needed to defend.
our country.
Go online and check .
the official government '
records not blog spots
- to verify this informd-
tion. McCain has crossed
the aisle to work with thre
Democrats and has gone
against his own party '
trying to change the wa,
things have always beeni
done. Please give him arid
Sarah Palin the oppor- )-
tunity to make the right
changes in WashingtonP '

Mary Brown
Freeport
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2008


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


SBlue Jean Ball



set for Saturday


Special to the News Bulletin

Don your favorite den-
im outfit for a casually
elegant evening to benefit
Covenant Hospice.
Whether you go west-
ern, complete with Wran-
glers and ropers, or
whether you dress up your
denim with diamonds and
pearls, the Blue Jean Ball
offers you the opportunity
to make a difference in just
one night in the comfort
of your jeans.
The event will be held
at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Crestview Community
Center.
5Tickets are $50 and are
on sale now at Covenant
Hospice offices.
SAttendees will enjoy a
silent auction, steak dinner
and dessert buffet. Clark
&W Company will perform
throughout the evening.
Attendees also will en-
joy a special performance
by the Northwest Florida
State College show choir.
Covenant Hospice
Branch Manager Pat Ding-
egs will take on Crestview
Area Chamber of Com-
merce Executive Direc-
tor Wayne Harris, Crest-
view city council member
Charles Baugh and Coastal
Christian Magazine pub-
lisher Jenni Perkins in a
"Dancing With the Stars"
fundraiser.
Corporate sponsorships
are available and range
fibrom $250 to $5,000.
b"Memory tables" also
are available. Memory
tables are dedicated to
deceased friends or fam-


BLUE JEAN BALL
If you are interested in
tickets, sponsorships or
donating auction items
for the Blue Jean Ball,
contact Shelley Canales
at 729-1800 or e-mail
shelley.canales@cove-
nanthospice.org. If you are
interested in sponsoring a
"Memory Table" contact
the Crestview Covenant
Hospice office at 682-
3628.


ily members and can be
decorated with keepsakes
and photographs in their
memory.
One of the tables will be
dedicated to Jean Nolan, a
Covenant Hospice nurse
well-known in the Crest-
view area who passed
away earlier this year.
"It is a nice way to re-
member a family member
who has passed on," said
Shelley Canales of Cov-
enant Hospice.
"Memory tables" are
$650 and includes 10 tick-
ets to the event.
All proceeds benefit
Covenant Hospice's un-
funded programs in north
Okaloosa and north Wal-
ton counties, including
bereavement services,
children's support pro-
grams, chaplain services
and indigent patient care.
The organization provid-
ed more than $1.2 million
in care for uninsured or
under-insured patients
facing a terminal illness.
Covenant Hospice accepts
patients regardless of abil-
ity to pay.


BEER continued from Al


you wouldn't believe,"
and that members spent
$4,300 of their own money
in, recent years to try to
keep the festival going.
MacKendree told the
council the organization
had hoped beer sales at the
annual event could revive
the festival's fortunes.
He said the organization
c&fuld secure more than
$30,000 in sponsorship if
sdle of alcoholic beverages
during the festival was ap-
pioved. Asked if the fes-
tival would take place in
2A9 if a revised ordinance
was not approved, MacK-
endree replied, "I hate to
say it, but probably not."

Other business
.: Other business dis-
cussed during the coun-
cj's three-hour-plus
ineeting Monday:
o The council unani-
mously approved a
$10,000 appropriation for
tl}e Economic Develop-
nrent Council of Okaloosa
County. The council also
requested quarterly re-
ports from the EDC.
EDC representatives
rrmade a presentation sum-
marizing of their efforts
on behalf of the city prior
;t0 the council's vote. The
6E C said it estimates
:6aL00 military personnel
ad family members will
come to Crestview as a
result of the Base Realign-
ment and Closure law,
creating "a lot of needs to
be addressed."
The council unani-
mously passed a consent
agenda that included ap-
proval of site construction
plans for Premier Plaza, a
12,000-square-foot office
building planned for the
I' ersection of Brett Street,
*kdale Avenue and Mc-
skill Street. The con-
s: t agenda also accepted
a id of $45,523.75 from
- llard Excavating, Inc.,
f resurfacing alleyways
i the historic downtown
blasiness district.
The council unani-
mously approved second
readings of nine amend-
ments to the city's com-


prehensive plan.
The council unani-
mously approved an or-
dinance authorizing the
city to issue bonds for
the Freedom Walk devel-
opment planned for the
north side of the city. The
development will provide
housing for persons of
moderate, middle and low
incomes. The council later
unanimously approved
a resolution approving a
September hearing held
in connection with the
topic.
The council unani-
mously voted to provide
funds for needed insur-
ance coverage for the Vet-
erans Day Parade in No-
vember.
Michael Fleming was
recognized for 20 years of
services with the Public
Services Department.
Mayor David Cadle
reported on his meetings
with state and county of-
ficials regarding transpor-
tation needs.
He said the county is
pushing strongly for a six-
lane State Road 85 up
to the Shoal River.
"So that will get ev-
erybody to the bottleneck
quicker," Cadle said.
Cadle said he also
spoke with a company
about the possibility to
increasing the mass tran-
sit from the north county
to Eglin Air Force Base.
Herb Henderson spoke
from the floor after Cadle
and encouraged Crest-
view citizens to write to
U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller and
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson about
the traffic situation.
City Attorney Ben
Holley informed the
council that a summary
judgment in the city's liti-
gation with National Pipe
went in National Pipe's
favor. The council unani-
mously voted not to pur-
sue the matter further.
Post your thoughts on
city business at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com. News
Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright
weighs in with his take on
the beer sales issue on Page
A6.


Much enthusiasm at Bob Sikes Elementary


An update from Bob Sikes
Elementary Principal Gary
Massey

The Bob Sikes El-
ementary Bullpups are
welcoming fall with
much enthusiasm. This
autumn our Bob Sikes
community is celebrating
our 50th birthday, stu-
dent success in Acceler-
ated Reader and an all-
around love of learning.
Bob Sikes is excited
to launch into our next
50 years with a day-
time parade for current
students and an eve-
ning event for former
principals, teachers,
students and dignitar-
ies of Northwest Florida
on Oct. 23. During the
daytime event the stu-
dents and teachers will
dress in 1950s attire
and parade around the
neighborhood to share
in the excitement of our
milestone. We will be
burying a time capsule
following the parade. It
will include items from
each grade level as a
reflection of Bob Sikes
Elementary today. Our
evening event will be
filled with dedications


FROM THE
PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE
and testimonials from
many with ties to our
school. We look forward
to bidding heavily on
cakes brought by guests
to be auctioned off to
the highest bidder. Pro-
ceeds will be dedicated
to improving technol-
ogy here at Bob Sikes
Elementary. The entire
day will be dedicated to
celebrating the school
and the life of Congress-
man Bob Sikes.
Our new Acceler-
ated Reader incentive
program has everyone
excited about reading,
earning points and earn-
ing prizes. Students are
given an A.R. point goal
aligned with their read-
ing level. They receive
rewards as they achieve
50 percent, 100 percent,
150 percent, 200 percent
and 500 percent of this
goal. Rewards include
pencils, dragon scales
(to be placed on our res-
ident A.R. Goal Dragon
with the student's name


Bob Sikes' Elementary Gary Massey


& grade), bracelets,
pins, "reading samurai"
headbands and t-shirts.
It is exciting to see our
plain green dragon
turn into a magical
purple A.R. Dragon as
students adorn it with
their scales. Each nine-
week grading period
will allow our dragon to
change colors as students
achieve higher goals.
The faculty and staff of
Bob Sikes Elementary are
inspired by the efforts of
our young readers.
Overall, we are wit-
nessing a renewed focus
on learning here at Bob
Sikes Elementary. Vol-
unteers are assisting us
with the education of our


students. Teachers are
going above and beyond
the call of duty to be
sure students are getting
the help they need to be
successful. Support staff
members are working
hard to ensure we have
an atmosphere of suc-
cess. Students are work-
ing harder than ever to
become successful.
No matter what the
challenge is. Everyone at
Bob Sikes Elementary be-
lieves; I CAN & I WILL.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2008


Justice Clarence
Johnson
Justice Clarence Johnson,
age 83, resident of Baker, passed
away Thursday morning, Octo-
ber 9, 2008, in Crestview after a
lengthy illness.
Mr. Johnson was. born in
Baker on May 1, 1925 to the late
William Henry Johnson and
Violetta Cody Johnson. He was
a veteran, serving in the Navy
during World War II, and was a
retired construction supervisor.


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Mr. Johnson was also a longtime
member of Pyron Chapel Baptist
Church in Baker.
Survivors include his wife,
Ella Bea Johnson, of Baker; son-
ifn-law, Lee Everett Sidwell, of
Pensacola; three grandchildren,
Laura E. Maki and her husband,
Andy, Justin Lee Sidwell and his
wife, Rachael Ann, and Jonathan
Everett Sidwell; and five great-
grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the
direction of Whitehurst-Powell
Funeral Home in Crestview.


Special to the News Bulletin
Mrs. Lilybeth Bilodeau was crowned as Kayumanggi Cultural
Society (KCS) Philippine Queen USA 2008 on Sept. 13 'during
the KCS Barrio Fiesta and Coronation Ballat the Old Spanish
Trail Shriners Building. With Bilodeau (center) are KCS President
Ludie E. Nicholas and Crestview Mayor David Cadle.


Special to the News Bulletin

The Collegiate High
School at Northwest
Florida State College an-
nounces Tawanah Reeves
of Crestview was one of
its three students named
as a National Merit Com-
mended Scholar.
National Merit Com-
mended Scholars are stu-
dents recognized for ex-
ceptional academic prom-
ise demonstrated by their
outstanding performance
on the qualifying test for
the National Merit Schol-
arship.
Reeves also was recog-
nized as an Achievement
Scholarship semifinalist.
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Special to the News Bulletin

Two north Okaloosa ed-
ucators will be among the
honorees later this month
when former Gov. Jeb Bush.
recognizes the teachers
whose students made the
greatest academic gains in
the state
Pamela Byrd, an eighth-
grade math teacher at
Baker School, and Cyn-
thia King, who teaches
sixth grade at Richbourg
Middle School, are among
the 100 Florida educators
who will be honored Oct.
24 in Orlando by Bush's
Foundation for Florida's
Future.
The awards are de-
signed to pay tribute to
teachers whose effective
teaching methods resulted
in their students moving
up dramatically during the
2007-2008 school year.
Byrd has taught in Oka-
loosa County for eighteen
years. She began her ca-
reer at Richbourg Mid-
dle Scho6l, and for the
past five years has been
a member of the middle
school faculty at Baker.
She is being honored for
the performance of her
students who began last
year already proficient in
math, but who ended the
year with extraordinary
gains.
King, a teacher for 15
years, began at Walker
Elementary School and
transferred to Richbourg
Middle School in 2003. The
Foundation for Florida's
Future will recognize her
success in helping lower-
performing students dra-
matically increase their
reading ability.
Only two other North-
west Florida teachers are
among the 100 educators
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WEDNESDAY,
OCT. 15, 2008


Today
Middle School Cross
Country
Davidson, Richbourg at
Northwest Florida College
(OWC), 3:45 p.m.

Thursday
High School Volleyball
Crestview at Pine Forest, JV 4
p.m., V5 p.m.
Laurel Hill at John Paul II,
Varsity DH 2 p.m. 4 p.m.

JV Football
Crestview at Navarre, 4 p.m.

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

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

AMVETS golf
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
The Heavy Hitters 12U
baseball team will hold tryouts
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.

Semi-pro football
The Crestview
Thunderbirds, an adult mi-
nor league football team,
has been formed. The team
will be made up of men 18
years and older with various
backgrounds. The Crestview
Thunderbirds were invited to
attended the inaugural year-
end meeting of the Premier
Football League.
Tryouts for 2009 season
are scheduled for Saturday,.
from 9 to 11 a.m.; Nov. 1
from 3 to 5 p.m.; Nov. 15
from 9 to 11 a.m. and Dec.
13 from 3 to 5 p.m. Tryouts
at Old Spanish Trail Park.
Wear shorts, shirt, and cleats
(if you have them). Contact
Coach Taylor at 305-2317
or e-mail coach@crestviewt-
hunderbirds.com with any
questions.

Bulldog Golf
The Crestview High
School boys and girls golf
teams are sponsoring a
3-person scramble Saturday
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 greens
fee, cart, mulligans, throws,
closest-to-the-pin prizes and
refreshments.
Prizes will be awarded to
the first, second and third
place teams.
You can sign up a team or
sign up as an individual and
be placed with a team.
Send entry form and fee
to Gene Parish, c/o Crestview
High School, 1250 N. Ferdon
Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536.
You can call to register at
the following 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.


Explosive matchup

Randy Dickson . ......_ _ _
Crestview News Bulletin


BAKER Bob Kellogg shakes
his head when he thinks about the
Walton offensive juggernaut his
Baker football team (4-1) faces Fri-
day night.
The Braves (4-1) are loaded,
starting with Issac Jackson, a multi-
talented running back. Jackson
leads the area in scoring with 92
points and is second to Baker's
own Cameron Domangue in rush-
ing with 792 yards.
Jackson is just one of many
weapons at the disposal of Walton
coach Lenny Jankowski.
Senior quarterback Tarrell Bram-
let has thrown for 814 yards and six
touchdowns. Deron Hogans has
23 receptions for 290 yards as the
Braves continue to trot out athletes.
"It is a big test for us," Kellogg
said. "When we played Arnold
(Baker's only loss) we knew that
was a big challenge for us, and they
were physically going to manhan-
dle you, which they did.
"I think Walton is a finesse team.
They have skill all over the place.
For us to hem up all their skill is go-
ing to be big challenge for us Friday
night."
Gator defender Dakota Hooper
knows the best way to stop Jack-
son.
"We have to gang tackle him
and get 11 men to the ball," Hooper
said.
Beating Walton isn't as easy as
just stopping Jackson.
"You know you've got to stop
Jackson, and then they throw three
or four other guys at you that are
just as hard to stop," Kellogg said.
"Jackson is the number one guy,
but they've got skill everywhere,
and I don't know how you take it
all away.
"If you take one away they'll
hurt you with one of the others."


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Baker's Billy Whatmough (22) returned from an injury to score a pair of TDs
against Northview this past Friday.


FRIDAY'S GAME
Baker (4-1) at Walton (4-1)
7 p.m. .
Radio: WTJT
Last meeting: Walton won 57-12
last season.
Fast fact: Walton has outscored
Baker 126-26 In the last three meet-
ings.


Kellogg is trying to develop a
similar arsenal around Domangue
at Baker.


"That's what we hope will hap-
pen with us," he said. "If they try to
stop Cameron that Marcus (Jones),
Kellan (Meeks) or Billy (What-
mough) will pick up the slack.
"The key to us being success-
ful in the second half of the season
is being able to spread it out and
have those threats. Kellan has his
best game two games ago (against
South Walton). And then Marcus
comes in and has the night he had
against Northview (rushing for a

See MATCHUP B2


Crestview hopes to bounce back against Mosley


Nick Tomecek / Florida Freedom Newspapers
Chris Pickett (with ball) tries to escape a Choctaw tackler
during the Dawgs' game this past Friday against the Indians.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

The last two games
have not been kind to the
Crestview football team.
Despite outgaining
both Pace and Choctaw-
hatchee, the Bulldogs
ended up on the short
end of the scoreboard in
both contests.
The loss to the Indians
was especially discour-
aging. Choctaw kicker
Dillon Drake kicked
the game-winning field
goal with eight seconds
remaining to hand the
Dawgs a 31-28 defeat in
the District 2-4A opener
for both teams.
Things don't get any
easier for the Bulldogs
(2-3) this Friday as they
travel to Bay County to
take on Mosley.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
at Bozeman School on
State Road 77, just south
of State Road 20.
The Dolphins (4-1)


FRIDAY'S GAME
Crestvie-w (2-3) at
o.1osle/y (4-1)
7 p m at Bozeman
Radio: W-4Z-WJSB
Last meeting: Mosley
spoiled the Dawgs'
norrecoming 38-31 last
ye ar.
Fast fact: Both teams
nave scored at least 25
points a piece in each
o(f te three meetings
since 2005.


also are coming off a loss,
a 31-28 setback against
Leon in a District 3-4A
game.
Mosley's 28 points
against the Lions repre-
sented its worst offensive
showing of the year.
The Dolphins are av-
eraging more than 45
points a game.
"Mosley has a good
club, they are 4-1," CHS
coach Matt Brunson said.

See HOPES B2


Baker in the driver's seat in District 1-2B


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It's a little early to
be crowning the Baker
football team the District
1-2B champions, but the
Gators definitely are in
the proverbial driver's
seat.
Baker improved to 2-0
in district play with a 34-
21 win over Northview
this past Friday. The Ga-
tors got a little help when


South Walton traveled
to Vernon and upset the
Yellow Jackets.
Those results left
Baker as the only team in
the district without a loss
at the midpoint of the
district schedule.
This week the Gators
step up a classification
when they travel to De-
Funiak Springs to take on
Walton. The Braves are
probably the second-best
team Baker will see dur-


ing the regular season,
with Arnold being the
best.
Everything seems to
be going right for the Ga-
tor with the exception
of a couple of injuries,
the biggest of which is
the loss of linebacker
Josh Rose. Even without
Rose, the Baker defense
continues to come up
with enough stops to win
games.
With an offense that


features quarterback
Cameron Domangue,
who is fifth in the state
in all classifications in
rushing with 208 yards a
game, the Baker defense
doesn't need to make a
lot of stops to assure the
win.
The bad news for
Gator opponents is Do-
mangue is no longer a
one-man show.

See BAKER B2


BLEACHERS


VOLLEYBALL
Choctaw 3, Crestview 1
Powered by the hit-
ting of Megan Gorey,
Choctawhatchee took a 3-1
win over Crestview in District
1-5A volleyball action on Oct.
6.
Games scores were 26-
24, 25-17, 18-25, 25-10.
Crestview held leads early
in the first two games, but
Choctaw rallied to win both.
Sophomore Alicia Dukes
had four of her match-
high 15 kills in Game 3 as
Crestview kept the match
alive.
But coming off a five-
game win over Catholic on
Oct. 5, the Bulldogs finally
ran out of gas as the Indians
cruised to the win in game
four.
Crestview: Brittany
Zellars 1 ace; Dawn
Holderfield 1 block; Erin
Koester 4 aces, 2 digs; Anne
Hooper 3 blocks; Lauren
Estep 3 aces, 3 blocks, 2
kills; Alicia Dukes 1 block, 1
dig, 15 kills; Jacey Sanders
4 aces, 15 assists, 1 block,
1 kill; Sara Hamilton 1 block,
1 kill.

Baker 3,
Pensacola Christian 0
Baker coasted to a District
1-2A win against Pensacola
Christian on Oct. 6, 25-21,
25-17, 25-14. The Gators
have won eight of their last
nine matches.
Baker: Alysaa Horn 7 kills,
2 blocks; Kali Flanders 5 kills,
3 digs; Courtney Fountain
5 kills, 1 ace, 2 digs; Kaitlyn
Hunter 12 digs, 3 aces;
Lauren Griffith 17 assists, 2
kills, 1 ace, 1 block.

Walton 3, Laurel Hill 2
Caiti Stewart had 12 kills
to lead Walton to a five-game
win in non-district play.
The Braves improved to
15-4 with the 25-17, 25-16,
19-25, 23-25, 15-13 win.
Laurel Hill was led by 15
kills from Katie Free and nine
aces from Amanda King.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 15
kills, 7 aces, 8 digs, 3 assists,
4 blocks; Amanda King 9
aces, 4 kills, 17 digs, 2 blocks;
Elizabeth VanWinkle 12 as-
sists, 5 digs, 2 aces.

Crestview 3, Tate 0
Alicia Dukes smacked 15
kills and had four aces as the
Bulldogs (11-7, 3-4) cruised in
the District 1-5A match, 25-
20, 28-26, 25-22.
Jacey Sanders had 16
assists, Anne Hooper added
four kills and four blocks, while
Lauren Estep had four kills.
Crestview: Alicia Dukes
15 kills, 4 aces; Anna Hooper
4 kills, 4 blocks; Lauren Estep
4 kills, 3 blocks, 1 ace, 3 digs;
Jacey Sanders 16 assists, 4
kills.

Laurel Hill 3, Central 0
Katie Free registered 13
kills as the Hoboes (15-5,
5-1) notched an easy District
1-A victory, 25-10, 25-16,
25-21.
Elizabeth VanWinkle had
10 digs, nine assists and four
aces, and Jami Sheets had
eight digs and five assists.
.Laurel Hill: Katie Free
13 kills, 4 digs, 2 aces, 2
blocks; Jami Sheets 8 digs,
5 assists, 2 aces; Elizabeth
VanWinkle 10 digs, 9 assists,
4 aces.

BOYS GOLF
Choctaw 159, Niceville
168, Crestview 195
Brandon Jowers shot
the tournament-low score
of 37 on his way to leading
Choctaw to a 9-stroke vic-
tory Thursday at Heritage
Plantation.
Crestview: A.J. Locke 43,
Mike Taylor 44, Wesley Josey
54 and Brandon Sparkman
54.


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B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2008


MATCHUP continued from B1


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career-best 172 yards this
past week). You still have to
stop Cameron, but you have
to stop other people, and
that's what will make us a
better football team."
Jones hopes to build off
his big game against the
Chiefs, in which he also was
Baker's Defensive Player of
the Game.
"It gives me a lot of con-
fidence because that was the
best game I've had in my
high school career as far as
rushing," he said. "I like of-
fense better, butbeing Defen-
sive Player of the Game (as
selected by Baker's coaches)
was the icing on the cake.
"Walton has a big, fast
defense and they run the 3-3
defense that we can't prac-
tice. And they will have a
lot of momentum because
it's their homecoming, but I


think we can overcome it."
The Gators already
have proven themselves
by matching their win total
from last season, but a win
against the Braves could be
a signature game.
"It was the first time
we've beaten Northview in a
while, and any time you can
beat a rival team it gives you
a big boost in confidence,"
Hooper said. "If we can win
this game people will give
us a lot more respect."

See News Bulletin Sports
Editor Randy Dickson and
News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright -make Iheir picks for
Friday's games at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com. Randy is
8-2 in his video predictions.
Kyle is 8-1 (he didn't offer a
prediction for Baker's opener
against Bozeman).


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T1 Brad Gutnik 69-75-144
T1 Steve Mobley 75-69-144
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4. Chris Johnson 76-72-148 5.
Cory Mcsween 77-77-154 6.
Rance Harrell 78-80-158 7.
Cary Gates 77-83-160
8. Brandon Moser 81-80-161
9. Ronald Henderson 83-82-
165
10. Max Carver 85-83--168
11. Wayne Grandstaff 86-
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12. Jay Parham 89-82-171
13. Bobby Elmore 85-87-172


14. Andy Campbell 82-93-175
*Brad Gutnik won a sudden
death playoff over Steve Mobley
on the third hole for the club
championship

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2. Mike Bouchard 78-77-155
3. Buddy Hartzog 78-78-156
4. Skip Mclean 79-80-159
5. Charlie Grosskurth 84-
79-163
6. Terry Thomas 82-84-166
7. Tim Fink 87-81-168
8. Philip Weltin 93-90-183
9. Joe Altieri 93-91-184
10. Sonny Gomez 93-93-186


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1. Ron Magruder 89-85-174
T2. Brian Davis 84-91-175
T2. Bruce Turner 87-88-175
T2. Mark Robinson 85-90-175
5. Bob Van Lorynen 88-88-
176 6. Pete Sniezko 81-
96-177
T7. Archie Perez 94-88-182
T7. Larry Fordyce 86-96-182
9. Terry Bays 91-93-184
10. Paul Zapletal 93-92-185
T11. Lavaughn Dorman 100-
92-192
T11. Owen Edwards 96-96-
192
13. Marcus Mikulcik 93-100-
193
14. John Blair 95-109-204


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T1. Bill Brumbaugh 91-93-184
T1. George Bonner 92-92-184
T1. Robert Zwirblia 95-89-184
4. Byron Davis 91-100-191
5. Will Bonham 103-89-192
6. Tom Burns 97-104-201
7. Donald Mazerat 104-98-202
8. Tom Cook 104-100-204
9. Randy Taylor 108-97-205
10. Jerry Smyrl 105-102-207
11. Ferrell Sasser 107-101-208
12. John Berenics 105-106-
211
13. Jesse Dennis 107-107-
214
14. Mark Purvis 107-110-217


HOPES continued from B1


"They are like us, they got
beat 31-28 (last week) so
both teams will be looking
to rebound.
"They are very athletic
in their skill positions -
quarterback, running back
and receivers, so we will
have our hands full de-
fending them."
Mosley. runs the Wing-
T offense that was wide-
spread a few years ago, a
scheme that has been re-
placed by the spread for-
mation at many schools.
"This will be the only
time we see that offense
all year, and it's tough to
prepare for in one week,"
Brunson said. "Those guys
do a great job with it.
"They have a good of-
fensive line with great
skill. Their running backs
play fast, which is some-
thing we all try to get our
guys to do, but they do


play fast."
Brunson wasn't neces-
sarily talking about great
sprinter speed when he
described the Dolphins.
He meant football speed
of hitting a hole quickly or
turning the corner on the
defense.
Crestview linebacker
Gabe Goodson looks for-
ward to facing a run-ori-
ented team.
"It's an easier offense
for me to read because
they like to pull a lot," he
said. "I get real good reads
when we go against the
Wing-T so I like it.
"Football is about
building on past experi-
ence, and I have a lot of
experience with the Wing-
T (the Bulldogs ran it prior
to last year), and I hope I
can use it this week."
Goodson and his defen-
sive mates will be trying


to slow down the Mosley
offense. Brunson expects
for the Bulldog offense to
continue to thrive as Jor-
dan Glover is coming off
a 200-yard rushing per-
formance against the In-
dians.
Brunson credits the
guys up front for much of
Crestview's recent offen-
sive success.
"The offensive line has
been playing extremely
well, and hopefully we
can build on the positive
things that happened last
week and keep moving
forward," he said.
Crestview quarterback
Jason Parker is impressed
with what he knows about
the Dolphins and thinks
it will take a good effort
throughout the week of
practice to get ready for
them.
"They are a good team


this year, and they've got
a lot of players back from
last year." he said. "We are
going to have to practice
hard this week and get
better from the loss Friday
night against Choctaw.
"It was a tough loss be-
cause we got more yards
than the them, but they
beat us by a few points."
Parker believes a win
over Mosley would be a
big boost for when the
Bulldogs return to District
2-4A play next week.
"It can be a very impor-
tant game for us because if
we can get a win we will
have a lot of momentum
going into the Fort Wal-
ton Beach next week," he
said.

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school football reference pag-
es at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


BAKER continued from B1


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Running back Marcus
Jones is coming off the
best game of his career
and has the potential
to break a long run at
any time. Baker also has
a power back in Kel-
lan Meeks, who runs
over would-be tacklers
the same way he runs
through ballcarriers from
his linebacker spot on
defense.
Domangue has im-
proved his passing, and
the return of Billy What-
mough from an injury
will enhance what the
Gators are trying to do on
offense even more.
Looking ahead to the
next few weeks, Baker
hosts-Holmes County in


a big District 1-2B game
Oct. 24 and closes out
district play Oct. 31 at
Vernon.
Gator coach Bob Kel-
logg might want to treat
South Walton coach Da-
vid Barron to dinner after
the Seahawks upset the
Yellow Jackets at Vernon.
South Walton's win
assures Baker of no worse
than a shootout for a
playoff spot if the Gators
hold serve against Hol-
mes County.
The Gator seniors are
hungry for more than
just a shot at the play-
offs. They've set their
sights on a district title
and seem determined
to bring it home. A win


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Don't count Crestview
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yet in District 2-4A.
Yes, the Bulldogs suf-
fered a heartbreaking loss
to Choctawhatchee last
week, but Crestview is at
home for its final two dis-
trict games.
The Dawgs will have
their hands full with Fort
Walton Beach on Oct. 24
before hosting Navarre
on Nov. 7 to close out dis-


trict play.
The Vikings, ranked
No. 3 in Class 4A, will be
a tough test.
Crestview could pull
off the upset if Jordan
Glover continues to run
the way he did against
Pace and Choctaw.
Even with a loss to
the Vikings, the Bulldogs
could still make the play-
offs if they beat Navarre
- provided the Raiders
beat the Indians on Oct.
24. If that scenario plays
out, Crestview, Choctaw
and Navarre would meet
in a shootout on Nov. 10
to determine the District
2-4A runner-up.
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SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin IB3


BAKER 34,
Baker is NORTHVIEW 21
now the Baker
only team Northview 7 0 6 8 21 needed
in District Baker 14 7 7 6 34/ four plays
1-2B 1ST QUARTER / to drive 65
without BAKER Billy Whatmough 4 pass from Cameron yards for its
a loss in Domangue (David Beck kick) 10:16 first TD and
district BAKER Cameron Domangue 20 run (David Beck six plays to
play. kick) 6:10 1Sgo 89 yards
NORTHVIEW Jay Jackson 74 run (Austin Reid for its
kick) 5:51 second
2ND QUARTER score
BAKER Billy Whatmough 23 pass from Cameron
Domangue (David Beck kick) 2:14
Jay 3RD QUARTER Christian
Jackson NORTHVIEW- Jay Jackson 10 run (kick failed) 8:09 Mainor
would BAKER Cameron Domangue 6 run (David Beck kick) recovered
wo 3:48 recovered
finish 3 4TH QUARTER an onside
with more NORTHVIEW- Jay Jackson 2 run (Jay Jackson run) 9:12 kick after
than 200 BAKER Marcus Jones 7 run (kick failed) 5:18 / the last
rushing Gator TD,
yards for PLAYER STATISTICS allowing
Northview OFFENSE Baker to
PASSING Baker, Camreron Domangue 5-11-1-71. run out
RUSHING Baker, Cameron Domangue 29-228, the clock
Marcus Jones 14-172, Billy Whatmough 6-50, Kellan
Meeks 3-17, Dakota Hooper 1-15.
RECEIVING Baker, Billy Whatmough 2-27, Tyler Billy
Holley 2-26, Cameron Davis 1-18. Whatmough
/ '<^returned
Marcus DEFENSE after
Jones' Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss not included missing
rushing in total) Kellan Meeks 5-2-7, Dakota Hooper 3-4-7, a pair of
total was Marcus Jones 3-3-6, David Beck 5-0-5, Josh Williams games
a career 2-3-5, Billy Whatmough 0-5-5, Christian Mainor 0-4-4, with an
high Brandon Ates 3-0-3, Blake Bollinger 3-0-3, Tyler Holley i; t..


Brandon
Ates also
broke up
a pair of
passes


3-0-3, Tyler Moberly 2-1-3, Cameron Domangue 1-1-2, catch a
Preston Nixon 1-0-1, Cameron Davis 0-1-1. pair of TD
Fumbles forced -Josh Williamspasses
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TEAM STATISTICS
N B
FIRST DOWNS 10 24


TOTAL NET YARDS
NET YARDS RUSHING
NET YARDS PASSING
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-YARDS


280
30-259
2-8-0-21
2-1
7-50


Baker
piled up


553 season
53-482: bests in
5-11-1-71 rushing
1-0 yards and
4-30 total yards


Crestview
had won
the last
three
games in
the series


This was
the
longest
scoring\
run
allowed\
by the
Dawgs
this
season


Crestview
has
outgained
four of five
foes this
season;
the Dawgs
won the
only game
(West
Gad.sden)


CHOCTAW 31,

CRESTVIEW 28
Blake
Crestview 7 7 6 8 28 Ritchie
Choctawhatchee 0 14 14 3 31 picked up a
1ST QUARTER rolling snap
CRESTVIEW -Jordan Glover 2 run (J.T Arnold kick) and ran
7:262ND QUARTER into the end
CRESTVIEW -Jerry Siler 6 run (J.T. Arnold kick) 9:31 zone for the
CHOCTAWHATCHEE Phillip Roebuck 55 fumble return TD
(Dillon Drake kick) 8:14
CHOCTAWHATCHEE David Weber 1 run (Dillon Drake
kick) :24
3RD QUARTER Choctaw
CHOCTAWHATCHEE Robby Keefe 35 pass from David drove into
Weber (Dillon Drake kick) 5:59 field goal
CRESTVIEW B.J. McClure 25 interception return (kick range
failed) 1:18 despite a
CHOCTAWHATCHEE Freddie Gray 56 run (Dillon penalty on
Drake kick) :11 the kickoff
4TH QUARTER ......
CRESTVIEW Blake Ritchie 7 run (Jordan Glover un
run)1:27
CHOCTAWHATCHEE Dillon Drake 35 FG :07
PLAYER STATISTICS Jordan
OFFENSE Glover's
PASSING Crestview, Jason Parker, 2-10-0-29, Blake rushing
Ritchie 3-4-0-25. total
RUSHING Crestview, Jordan Glover 26-208, Chris included
Pickett 9-78, Jerry Siler 10-59, Blake Ritchie 1-6. a 45-yard
RECEIVING Crestview, Alien Caldwell 2-25, Jordan run to set
Glover 1-19, Chase Boals 1-10. up the
DEFENSE tying TD
Crestview tackles-assists-total (total does not include late in
sacks) Keyshawn Thomas 5-7-12, Gabe Goodson 3-7- the fourth
10, Chris Briley 1-9-10, J.T. Arnold 1-7-8, B.J. McClure quarter


in which 3-3-6, Levi Hendrix 2-3
they were Robbins0-5-5, George
Sleywe er 2-0-2, Josh Jadin
outgained Banach 0-1-1, Mitch Ke
Interception- B.J. Mc
Opponent's fumbles fori
These TEA
three
Crestview 'FIRST DOWNS
Crestview TOTAL NET YARDS
fumbles NET YARDS RUSHING
led to 14\ NET YARDS PASSING
Choctaw\ FUMBLES-LOST
points PENALTIES-YARDS


-5, Cody Swenbeck
Frye 0-4-4, Ben Bab
0-2-2, Jordan Glovi
ertis 0-1-1.
Clure 1.
ced Chris Briley.
M STATISTICS
CR
15
405
46-351
5-14-0-54
3-3
7-53


1-4-5, Darius
ber 2-1-3, Jerry
er.-2-2,Drew Freddie
Gray (60
yards)
and
La'Keefe
CH Robinson
15 (85 yards)
349 / accounted
35-214 for most of
10-21-1-135 Choctaw's
6-50 offense


Baker picks


Players of

Cameron

the Week Domangue


Crestview News Bulletin

The Baker football coaching staff has
announced its Players of the Week from
the Gators' win against Northview this
past Friday.
Cameron Domangue was selected Of-
fensive Player of the Week. Domangue
ran for 228 yards, threw for 71 more and
had a hand in four touchdowns.
Marcus Jones was picked as Defensive
Player of the Week. Jones who also ran
for 172 yards on offense made six tack-
les.
Christian Mainor was selected Special
Teams Player of the Week. Mainor recov-
ered an onside kick late in the game that
allowed Baker to run out the clock.


Marcus
Jones


Christian
Mainor


Hammonds fails to


qualify at Virginia


Special to the News Bulletin

PETERSBURG, Va. -
Crestview native Tom
Hammonds failed to qual-
ify with his teams new
chassis at the third annual
Virginia NHRA Nationals
this past weekend.
The team had two runs
to make it into the 16-car
qualifying field for elimi-
nations. The No. 20 Race
for Achievement .Chevy
Cobalt's new chassis did
not run as well as expect-
ed with an elapsed time
of 6.629 seconds (207.24
mph) in the fourth ses-
sion and 6.632 seconds
(207.59 mph) in the third
session,
"It is just a new car, a


new car deal. We have
no notes. We are starting
over from scratch with
no notes. I think the car is
fine. We just have not hit
it yet," said Kenny Tom,
Team Hammonds crew
chief.
Tom said the team still
has a lot to learn about
the new chassis in order
to be competitive. He an-
ticipates the next steps
will be to analyze the
data from the race so the
crew can make correct de-
cisions in order to run at
the higher speeds.
"I am disappointed
we did not qualify," said
Hammonds, "and we
know our car is capable
of a lot more."


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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2008 +


LHS cheerleaders place at Mobile competition


Special to the News Bulletin
The Laurel Hill School cheerleading
squads placed at the GMAC Bowl Cheer
21/Spectronics Cheerleading Competi-
tion held Oct. 4 in Mobile, Ala.
The varsity team finished in fifth place
in its division and received a spirit recog-
nition.
The junior varsity squad finished sec-
ond in its division and received recogni-
tion for jumps, sportsmanship and spirit.

Varsity cheerleaders
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by Williams, Jessica Okkema, Malissa Ko-
pacz, Deidre Harrison, Amanda Taylor
and Molly Carter.

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Ashley Hatfield, Samantha Henderson,
Hope Standridge, Taylor Harrison and
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Roadrunners edge Panthers


Crestview News Bulletin
It couldn't have been
any closer.
Richbourg defeated Da-
vidson 24-26, 25-9, 16-14 in
middle school volleyball
action Oct. 8 at Richbourg.
The Roadrunners con-
cluded their season with a
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place in the Okaloosa
County Conference.


The Panthers finished
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Both teams finished in the
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Young Gators take on Andalusia
Special to the News Bulletin
The Baker Area Youth Assoc-
iation football teams had a tough
S day this past Saturday against An-
dalusia.
The 5-6 team fell 36-0.
The 7-8 team lost 26-0.
The 9-10 team dropped a 20-0 de-
cision.-
The 11-12 game was the closest
contest, but Andalusia prevailed 18-
6.
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BUSINESS


Crestview News Bulletin I B5


WAAZ/WJSB,

Strickland

honored
Special to the News Bulletin

WAAZ/WJSB AM/FM
and announcer Tommy
Strickland were honored at
the recent annual meeting
of the Okaloosa County
Farm Bureau Federation.
The station and Strick-
land were honored for
bringing together agricul-
ture and the consumer.
Gerald Edmondson, Oka-
Idosa County Extension
Director and ex-officio
member of the Okaloosa
Federation Board, present-
ed the award.
e "Tommy Strickland has
consistently promoted
agriculture and the local
growers of fruits and veg-
etables," Edmondson said.
"He has provided a very
valuable service to con-
nect the farmer directly to
the consumer to prove ide
Wholesome nutritious
fruits and vegetables."


Special to the News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Extension
Director Gerald
Edmondson (left) honors
announcer Tommy Strickland.


Curves of Crestview
Gets 'Physical' with at
Girl's Nigt lIn event
Special to the News Bulletin

Olivia Newton-John will
make a special appearance
at Curves of Crestview
fiom 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 23..
No, not in person, but on
DVD along with Curves
founder Diane Heavin and
world-renowned breast
cancer surgeon Dr. Ernie
Bodai in an informal and
educational video filmed
exclusively for Curves.
In addition to Newton-
John's video message,
Curves of Crestview Girl's
Night In will feature a Re-
lay For Life fundraiser.
The evening will include
Food, fun, games, door
prizes, spa treatments and
so much more. Businesses
interested in participating
in this event can call Lisa
428-2787.
For details contact Bren-
nan at 428-2787.


HOPE House to hold open house

HOPE House to hold open house


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The HOPE House is ready to show
the community its new look this week-
end.
The "runaway shelter" for teens
ages 10-17 located at 5127 Eastland St.
in Crestview, will hold an open house
Friday at 10 a.m.
The facility's former screened-in
porch now is completely enclosed. Ren-
ovations have added a new day room, a
new office and a new conference room.
"We're still saying we can't believe


it," said Cyndy Freshour of HOPE
House.
The project was completed almost
entirely through donations.
More than 40 companies and indi-
viduals contributed time or services.
Jemco Plastering of DeFuniak Springs
kicked off the effort by replacing the
stucco in the building.
"So many have been involved, it
would be hard to list them all," said
Freshour.
HOPE stands for Hope Of Potential
Empowerment. The facility is a pro-
gram of Lutheran Services Florida.


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Tax incentives available for geothermal systems


Special to the News Bulletin

Home and commercial
building owners who in-
stall geothermal heating
and cooling systems are
now eligible for federal tax
incentives under the Ener-
gy Improvement and Ex-
tension Act of 2008, passed
by Congress on Oct. 3 as
part of the economic re-
covery package.
The Energy Improve-
ment and Extension Act
offers a one-time tax credit


Special to the News Bulletin

The Goodwyn, Mills
and Cawood, Inc. Crest-
view office announces
Marc Carpenter has
joined the firm as Busi-
ness Development Man-
ager and that Kody Walk-
er, EI, Project Manager,
has graduated from the
2008 Leadership Walton
program.
Carpenter, a U.S. Army
veteran, brings more
than 13 years experience
managing and selling
engineering services to a
variety of industries in-
volving environmental,
commercial, industrial,
aerospace, and defense
projects, gaining exten-
sive experience in sourc-
ing and attracting techni-
cal and engineering tal-
ent required for quality
design services, project
management, and eco-
nomic development. He
is involved in the Aero-
space & Defense Adviso-
ry Board, the SBIR/STTR
Steering Committee for
Florida's Great North-


of 30 percent of the total
investment for residential
ground loop or ground
water geothermal heat
pump installations, with a
maximum credit of $2,000
for a single residence. The
legislation also provides a
credit of 10 percent of the
total investment, with no
maximum credit, for com-
mercial system installa-
tions.
To qualify for the tax
credit residential systems
must meet Energy Star


Marc
Carpenter


Kody
Walker


west, and Okaloosa
County EDC's TeCMEN
Association. Carpenter
earned a bachelor's de-
gree in business adminis-
tration from Flagler Col-
lege in St. Augustine.
According to Chuck
Faulkner, PE, Regional
Manager of Goodw-
yn, Mills and Cawood
- Florida operations,
"Marc's diverse back-
ground adds a unique
perspective to our firm
that will allow us to con-
tinue to provide clients
with a high level of ser-
vice. His proven ability
will help Goodwyn, Mills
and Cawood reach a new
level of success and en-
hance our primary goal


requirements, and legisla-
tion is retroactive to resi-
dential systems installed
after Dec. 31, 2007. The
tax credit for commercial
buildings begins with sys-
tems installed after Oct.
3, 2008. Owners can file
for the credit by complet-
ing the Renewable Energy
Credits subsection on their
2008 tax return forms. No
proof of purchase is re-
quired. However, in case
of an audit, owners are
encouraged to keep a de-


of client satisfaction."
Walker graduated
from Walton County Vi-
sionary Council, 2008
Leadership Walton pro-
gram. The annual class
consists of 25 emerging
leaders who have dem-
onstrated commitment
to community service,
achieved leadership po-
sitions in their fields and
are likely to be tapped
for greater community
responsibility. Walker
holds a bachelor's de-
gree in civil engineering
from the University of
Alabama.
Faulkner remarked,
"Kody has worked dili-
gently to establish him-
self as a leader in Walton
County, learning more
about his community
and developing strategic
relationships. Over the
last year, Kody has ex-
emplified the "whatever-
it-takes" attitude that is
required in establishing
a Goodwyn, Mills and
Cawood office in our
new Florida panhandle
location."


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tailed invoice of their pur-
chase on file. The contrac-
tor who sold and installed
the product should list the
purchase as a "Geothermal
Heat Pump" on the invoice
and note that the unit "Ex-
ceeds requirements of the
Energy Star program cur-
rently in effect."
Geothermal systems
tap the free, completely
renewable, supply of solar
energy stored just a few
feet below the Earth's sur-
face and use that energy to


From staff reports

TODAY
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.


NORTH OKALOOSA

SPAGHETTI FUND-
RAISER: Crestview's
Knights of Columbus will
hold their second monthly
Charity Fund-Raiser Dinner
on Saturday from 4:30 to 7:30
pm.
The $7 admission includes
spaghetti and meatballs,
Italian salad, and coffee or
tea. There will also be a "chef
specialty surprise offering"
for $8. To-go dinners are the
same prices.
The public is invited
to support these dinners,
which provide funds for the
Knights' many contributions
to charities.
The KofC Hall is located
at 701 E. James Lee Blvd,
Crestview.
CCI HOLIDAY
PET PHOTO SHOOT:
Canine Companions for
Independence will host a
Holiday Pet Photo Shoot
on Saturday from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at the GFWC
Woman's Club of Crestview
building at 150 Woodlawn
Drive behind Woodlawn
Baptist Church. Professional
photographer Paula Petsen
will take photos with holiday
backgrounds. All of the $10
sitting fee will be donated
to the CCI. Reservations are
recommended. Walk-ins will
be worked in as time allows.
For details, call (850) 621-
7523.
NWF BLOOD CENTER
DRIVE: A blood drive will
be held Sunday by Live Oak
Baptist Church at 4565 Live
Oak Road in Crestview from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 862-4216
for details.
DMS FUNDRAISER:
The Davidson Middle School
Cheerleaders will be holding
a Multi Family Yard Sale on
Saturday at Crestview High
School from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.


drive heating and cooling
system in both residential
and commercial buildings.
In addition to utility, state
and now federal tax incen-
tives that enhance the af-
fordability of geothermal
systems, this cost-effective,
environmentally friendly
technology offers a host of
benefits.
Locally, Gordon Air
Conditioning started in-
stalling "open loop" geo-
thermal systems in 1981
and went to the more en-


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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.
VETERANS PARADE
SIGNUP ENDS FRIDAY:
The Veterans Day Parade
will be held on Saturday,
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. 22 and 29 at
the chamber office located at
502. S. Main St.
EARLY VOTING:
will take place from Oct.
20 to Saturday, Nov. 1 at
the Crestview library on
Commerce Drive. Hours are
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
"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


Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood what's


recognizes employees -. COMMUNITY EVENTS


VOTE AGAINST THE BIG ,

TAX INCREASE

IF THE NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE DISTRICT CHARTER AMENDMENT =
PASSES, YOU'LL PAY THE CURRENT ASSESSMENT PLUS UP TO 3.75
MILS TIMES THE TAXABLE VALUE OF YOUR PROPERTY. IT APPLIES
TO HOMES, VACANT LAND, AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY.


EXAMPLE


Property


Vacant Lot
House
Commercial
Building


2008 Taxable
Value

$63,338.00
$100,000.00

$310,424.00


2008 NOFD Tax


$12.08
$90.57

$603.80


Potential
NOFD Tax if
Amendment
Passes
$249.60
$465.57

$1,767.89


JUST VOTE "NO"


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vironmentally friendly
WaterFurnace closed lqop
geothermal systems
1996. Gordon Air Condi-
tioning has won numer-
ous prestigious awards
for geothermal heating &
cooling, and won the Erder-
gy Efficiency Award with
APEX every year since t's
conception in 1999. For
more information about
the benefits of a geother-
mal heating and cooliig
system in our area, visit
www.GordonAir.com. .

surrounding area senior I
citizens at the ROC behind
Central Baptist Church on
Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m.
DECORATING
EXTRAVAGANZA: Oct. a
21 at 6p.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 w.
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 5
charities.
THE CONSTITUTION:
The U.S. Constitution will be
explained Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.rr
at the Crestview Knights of
Columbus Hall, 701 E. James
Lee Blvd. 1
Guest speaker Marty rt
Lester, president of the '
Okaloosa-Walton County Bar
Association, will discuss tl1
document's history, and thl
importance of voting. ^
Light refreshments are
free of charge.
GIRLS NIGHT IN: A t
celebration of women and
a Relay for Life Event, will
be held Oct. 23 from 5 to 8
p.m. in Northview Plaza in
Crestview (by Cinema 3). 3
Many activities are iv
planned, including music,lq
food, door prizes, health a4d
wellness. D
Wear your tiara, boas, :'
glitter, sequins, etc. to be n
entered in a special drawing.
There's room for more
vendors to participate. Cal-
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.
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR:
The Knights of Columbus ;
Ladies Auxiliary will host i;
their annual bazaar on Oct.
25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at tljie
Knights of Columbus Hall I
at 701 U.S. Highway 90 East
in Crestview. Lunch will be
available at a charge of $3.50
for a Filipino plate of pancet,
fried rice and egg rolls. A hot
dog plate will be available
for $1.50.
For details, call 689-163k
or 689-1208 after 6 p.m.
TOYS FOR KIDS: NovJ
2 in the Crestview Wal-Mart
parking lot. Registration iss;
from 9:30 to 11 a.m. and cc ts
$10 and a new, unwrapped
toy
All motorcycle enthusiasts
are welcome to participating
the event, a ride from Wal-
Mart to the VFW on U.S.
Highway 90. Music by Hat
Trick, a cash door prize, arkd
other activities are planned.


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- Public Notices/ now pending in said
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UTES EAST ALONG CIVIL ACTION CASE Legal # 100416
THE NORTH LINE OF NO: 2007 CA005621
SAID SECTION 10 A S DIVISION: FILE IN THE CIRCUIT
DISTANCE OF NUMBER: COURT OF THE FIRST
1634.45 FEET; F07053656 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
THENCE SOUTH ANDFOR
883.96 FEET TO THE THE BANK OF NEW OKALOOSA
POINT OF BEGINN- YORK AS INDENTURED COUNTY FLORIDA
ING; THENCE EAST TRUSTEE FOR THE BEN- CASE NO:
576.00 FEET; THENCE EFIT OF THE CWABS, 2008-CP-001103 S
NORTH 01 DEGREE INC ASSET-BACKED
49 MINUTES 59 SEC- NOtES SERIES IN RE: ESTATE OF
ONDS EAST A DIS- 2007-SEA1, JAMES D. POGUE
TANCE OF 125.00 Plaintiff, Deceased.
FEET; THENCE WEST -
385.5 FEET TO A vs. NOTICE TO CREDI-
POINT ON A CURVE TORS
HAVING A RADIUS ROGER R. BRUNSON, et
OF 233.10 FEET; al, The administration of the
THENCE ALONG SAID Defendant(s). estate of James D. Pogue
CURVE 72.29 FEET- deceased, whose date of
THENCE SOUTH 66 NOTICE OF RESCHED- death was August 30,
DEGREES 00 MIN- ULED FORECLOSURE 2008 File Number
UTES WEST A DIS- SALE 2008-CP-001103 S, is
TANCE OF 159.84 pending in the Circuit
FEET TO THE POINT NOTICE IS HEREBY Court for Okaloosa
OF BEGINNING BE- GIVEN pursuant to an County, Florida, Probate
ING LOT 610 OF YEL- Order Reschedulin Fore- Division, the address of
LOW RIVER VALLEY, closure Sale datedOcto- which is 101 James Lee
AN UNRECORDED ber 2, 2008 and entered Boulevard East, Crest-
SUBDIVISION. in Case No. view, Florida 32536.
2007-CA-005621 S if The names and ad-
TOGETHER WITH A the Circuit Court of the dresses of the personal
DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE FIRST Judicial Circuit in representative and the
HOME IDENTIFICATION and for OKALOOSA personal representative's
NUMBERS: County, Florida wherein attorney are set forth be-
GAFLV75A67785CD21 THE BANK OF NEW low.
and YORK AS INDENTURED
GAFLV75B67785CD21( TRUSTEE FOR THE BEN- All creditors of the dece-
1998 CARRY 76') EFIT OF THE CWABS, dent and other persons
INC ASSET-BACKED having claims or de-
ORDERED at Okaloosa NOTES SERIES mands against
County, Florida this 2 2007-SEA1, is the Plain- decedent's estate on
day of October 2008, tiff and ROGER R. whom a copy of this no-
BRUNSON; are the De- twice has been served must
DON HOWARD fendants, I will sell to the file their claims with this
AS Clerk, Circuit Court highest and best bidder court WITHIN THE
Okaloosa County, for cash at IN FRONT OF LATER OF 3 MONTHS
FLroida CLERK'S FRONT DOOR AFTER THE TIME OF
By: Kitty Sims OF SHALIMAR ANNEX THE FIRST PUBLICA-
Deputy Clerk at 11:00am, on the 3 TION OF THIS NO-
day of November, 2008 TICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
JASON R. MOULTON, the following described TER THE TIME OF
Es property as set forth in SERVICE OF A COPY
660-A North Ferdon saiFinal Judgment: OF THIS NOTICE ON
Boulevard THEM.
Crestview, Florida BEGIN AT THE
32536 SOUTHWEST COR- All other creditors of the
850-689-1474 NER OF LOT 52, decedent and other per-
Florida Bar No. BLOCK D, sons having claims or de-
0150126 CALHOUN'S SECOND mands against
Attorney for Plaintiff REVISION, DESTIN, decedent's estate must
FLORIDA, PROCEED file their claims with this
10/08/08 NORTH 50 DEGREES court WITHIN 3
10/15/08 21 MINUTES EAST MONTHS AFTER THE
ALONG THE SOUTH DATE OF THE FIRST
LINE OF LOT 52 PUBLICATION OF
100.00 FEET, THENCE THIS NOTICE.
Legal # 100414 NORTH 39 DEGREES
39. MINUTES WEST ALL CLAIMS NOT
IN THE CIRCUIT 120.00 FEET ALONG FILED WITHIN THE
COURT OF THE FIRST THE EAST PROPERTY TIME PERIODS SET
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN LINE, THENCE SOUTH FORTH IN SECTION
AND FOR 50 DEGREES 21 MIN- 733.702 OF THE
OKALOOSA UTES WEST 100.00 FLORIDA PROBATE
COUNTY, FLORIDA FEET PARALLEL TO CODE WILL BE FOR-
THE SOUTH LINE OF EVER BARRED.
LOT 52, THENCE
SOUTH 39 DEGREES NOTWITHSTANDING
39 MINUTES EAST THE TIME PERIODS
120.00 FEET ALONG SET FORTH ABOVE,
THE WEST PROPERTY ANY CLAIM FILED
LINE TO THE POINT TWO (2) YEARS OR
OF BEGINNING. THIS MORE AFTER THE
PROPERTY IS FUR- DECEDENT'S DATE OF
THEIR DESCRIBED AS DEATH IS BARRED.
BEING THE SOUTH-
EAST 120.00 FEET OF The date of the first publi-
LOT 52 CALHOUN'S cation of this notice is
SECON6 REVISION October 15, 2008.
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE GILLIS E. POWELL, JR.
43A OF THE PUBLIC FLORIDA BAR NO.
WALKER LAWN RECORDS OF 183427
MAINTENANCE O K A L OO A POWELL POWELL &
Mowing, Trimming, COUNTY, FLORIDA. POWELL
Pruning, One time or POST OFFICE BOX 277
year round. Licensed A/K/A 314 CALHOUN CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
and insured. 537-4419 AVENUE, DESTIN, FL 32536
References Available 32541 850-682-2757
ATTORNEYS FOR PER-
Any person claiming SONAL REPRESENTA-
an interest in the TIVE
A surplus from the
sale, if any other SHARON SUE MOORE
MIKE GOLLES than the property 53 PORT DIXIE BOULE-
PAINTING owner as of the date VARD
Interior, exterior, also of the Lis Pendens SHALIMAR, FLORIDA
pressure washing. Li- must file a claim 32579
censed & Insured Free within sixty (60) P E R S O N A L
estimates. Ph. 682-5347. days after the sale. REPRESENTATIVE
Senior citizen discounts. WITNESS MY HAND 10/15/08
and the seal of this Court 10/22/08
on October 3, 2008.
Don W. Howard- LEGAL # 120099
Rescreen windows & Clerk of the Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT
doors or New Screen By: Beth McDonald COURT OF THE FIRST
frames. Also patio Deputy Clerk JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
rescreening or new AND FOR
screen rooms by profes- IMPORTANT OKALOOSA
signal call DIY Screen In accordance .with the COUNTY FLORIDA
Co. 682-4445 Americans with Disabili- CIVIL ACTION CASE
ties Act, persons with dis- NO.:46-2008-CA-00
abilities needing special 4383 DIVISION: FILE
accommodation to partic- NO: F08059282
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Aa- THE BANK OF NEW
Fox Trot Tree Serv- ministration at 101 James YORK AS TRUSTEE
ice, No job to large or Lee Boulevard East, Crest- FOR THE BENEFIT OF
small. Free Estimates, view, FL, 32536-3515: THE CWABS INC.
Firewood, oak & pecan telephone number ASSETBACKE6 CER-
LIC/INS. Call Paul 850(689-5000, Exten- TIFICATES, SERIES
850-398-7677 sion 7497, prior to the 2007-1,
din or Shalimar Plaintiff,
OTHR0)651-S497
IMPORTANT vs.
In accordance with the OSMIRA FENILLI
TMetal Americans with Disabili- TOURELLE A/K/A
TNT Metal ties Act, persons with dis- OSMIRA TOURELLE,
Building, Inc. abilities needing special et al,
R.V. & Boat covers, oa- accommodation to partic- Defendant(s).


prices in town Ellin Parkway, Shalimar, TO OSMIRA FENILLI
Galvanized Steel F 32579, telephone TOURELLE A/K/A
Many sizes/colors number (850)651-,7497, OSMIRA TOURELLE
Free delivery & setup. prior to the proceeding. LAST KNOWN AD-
Single carport $595 DRsuont ESS: 734 LEGION
Double only $695' 10/08/2008 IVESAPT76 DEST FL
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CURRENT ADDRESS: of this Court at Florida, jBuildings For Salel
UNKNOWN before service on Peti- "Beat Next Substantial In-
ANY AND ALL UN- tioner or immediately crease"
KNOWN PARTIES thereafter. If you fail 20x30x12 $5100.
CLAIMING BY, to do so, a default 25x40x14 $7800.
THROUGH UNDERmay be entered PETS & ANIALS 30x50x14 $9,500.
AND AGAINST THE against you for the 35x56x16 $12900.
HEREIN NAMED IN- relief demanded in 2100-Pets 40x60x16 $16990
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- the petition. 2110 Pets: Free to 50x140x19 46,900.
ANT(S) WHO ARE Copies of all court docu- Good Home 60x100x18 $38,700.
NOT KNOWN TO BE ments in this case, includ- 2120 Pet Supplies Others: Ends optional
DEAD OR ALIVE, ing orders, are available 2130 Farm Animals/ (800)668-5422.
WHETHER SAID UN- at the Clerk of the Circuit Supplies
KNOWN PARTIES Court's office. You may 2140- Pets/Livestock Metal Roofing. Buy di-
MAY CLAIM AN IN- review these documents Wanted rect from manufacturer.
TEREST AS SPOUSE, upon request. 2150- Pet Memorials Over 20 colors in stock,
HEIRS DEVISEES You must keep the several profiles to choose
GRANTEES, OR Clerk of the Circuit from. Quick turnaround.
OTHER CLAIMANTS Court's office notified Delivery available.
LAST KNOWN AD- of your current ad- 2100 352 498-0778,
DRESS: UNKNOWN dress. (You may file 888 393-0335.
CURRENT ADDRESS: Notice of Current For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi- www.GulfCoastSupply.com
UNKNOWN Address, Florida Su- huahua puppies.Lon
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that preme Court Ap- and short haired Call fIT!i
an action to foreclose a proved Family Law 850-902-7275
mortgage on the follow- Form 12.915.) Future 3220
in property in papers in this aw- Lookin for a Registered A Brand Name Kin Pil-
OlLOrSA County, su twill be mailed to Toy oodle for Stud. Ilowtop set. New inlas-
Florida: the address on rec- 850-682-8815 tic w/warr. $200. Can
LOT 6, LEGION VIL- ord at the Clerk's of- Deliver850-255-3050a
LAGE TOWNHOMES fice. Deliver 8502553050
ACCORDING TO MAP WARNING: Rule PROFESSIONAL All Brand New Queen
OR PLAT THEREOF AS 12.285 Florida Family Pillowtop Set. In plastic
RECORDED IN PLAT Law Rules of Procedure, PET w/warrr. $165.Delivery
BOOK 6 PAGE 81, requires certain auto- GROOMING available 850-255-3050
OF THE PUBUC REC- matic disclosure of docu- Certified pet groomer
ORDS OF ments and information. in Cresview acc ptin Beautiful
O K A L 00 S A Failure to comply can re- new clients. Cal85 Antique 4 iece
COUNTY, FLORIDA suit in sanctions, includ- 398-3250 for appt. Bedroom
has been filed against ing dismissal or striking _____ bedroom Suite
you and you are required of pleadings. Early 20th century, dark
to serve a copy of your Dated: 9-30-2008 awond with appivued
written defenses, if any o Yorkies For sale hand carved wood de-
or before November 12, Don W. Howard 2 females ruffly 3 years cor double size bed.
2008, on Florida Default CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT old, would like to keep $1250. Call (205)
Law Group, P.LT-.COURT these sisters together in 602-1923
Plaintiff's attorney, whose By:Tiffany Gardner a loving home. $300 A
address is 9119 Corpo- Deputy Clerk for the pair. Please call Bed A 100% all new Full
rate Lake Drive, Suite 546-1185 for more de- size mattress set in plastic
300 Tampa, Florida 10/08/2008 tails. w/warranty. $119.00.
33634 and file the origi- 10/15/2008 850-255-3050
nal with this Court either 10/22/2008
before service on 10/29/2008
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth- LEGAL #120095 323
erwise a default will be Baker
entered against you for COMMUNITYAC- MULTI-FAMILY MOV-
the relief demanded in TION PROGRAM ING & YARD SALE
the Complaint or petition. COMMITTEE INC. Rain or Shinel Oct. 18,
This notice shall be pub- 1380 NORTH Ii73 7:30Am 11:30Am
listed once each week PALAFOX STREET I MERCHANDI 1628 Eunice Lane (of
for two consecutive PENSACOLA, FLOR- CANHwy 4 in Milligan be-
weeks in the Crestview IDA 32501 3100-Antiques hind Assembly of God
News Bulletin. WITNESS 3110-Appliances church) Too much to list,
my hand and the seal of Licensed Residential, 3120 Arts & Crafts something for eveyonel
this Court on this 1 day General and Building 3130 -Auctions
of October, 2008 Contractors interested in 3140 Baby Items Crestview
being involved with the 3150 Building Supplies 2nd Huge Gar-
Don W. Howard Community Action 3160- Business age/Movina
Clerk of the Court Program's Weather- Equipment
By: Kitty Sims izaton Program in 3170 Collectibles Sale
As Deputy Clerk Okaloosa County for the 3180 Computers Fri. & Sat., 8am-3pm, 14
current fiscal ear ma 3190 Electronics Del Cerro Camino. Judge
Florida Default Law ick u ification 3200 -Firewood Charles A. Wade & Mil-
Group, P.L. P.O. Box jackets t th Elder Se 3220 Furniture lie. Furniture, glass ware,
2501 Tampa, Florida Offices of 3230- Garage/Yard Sales riding mower, trailer,
33622-5018 Okaloosa Countynorth 3240 Guns golf cart, generators,
33622-5018(north3250 Good Things to Eat nume tools, etc.
IMPORTANT c ffic) benn 3260 Health & Fitness
IMPORTANT h t October 13, 208. Mi- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing Crestview
In accordance with the nority owned firms, and 3280 Machinery/ Garage Sale
Americans with Disabili- women's enterprises are Equipment Garage Sale
ties Act, persons with dis encouraged to aply. 3290- Medical Equipment Sat. Oct 18th,
abilities needing special Completed application 3300 Miscellaneous 7am-11lam, 2414 Cum-
accommodation to partic- packets must be returned 3310- Musical Instruments berland Wy, (off Lake Sil-
ipate in this proceeding (0 the Elder Services of- 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ ver Rd.) Lots of name
should contact Court Ad- fice no later than 12:00 Supplies brand clothes, costumes,
ministration at 101 James P.M. on Monday Octo- 3330 Restaurant/Hotel all in 1 stroller, furniture
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- ber 20 2008. Please 3340 Sporting Goods and much morel All
view, FL, 32536-3515: rint "Attention: Agnes 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) priced to selllI
telephone number Boering" on the packet Cresiview
(8506)89-5000, Exten- envelope. The Elder Ser- T Garage Sale
sion 7497, prior to the vices office is located at W Wg ale
roceedina. or Shalimar 198 South Wilson Street, 3100 Sat. Oct. 1 8th,
850)651-7497 Crestview, Florida. 8am-1pm, 2917 Cres-
All Types of Watch & cent Av.(off Valley Rd.)
IMPORTANT 10/08/2008 Clock Repair, grandfa- Lots of new kids cloths,
In accordance with the 10/15/2008 others, mantels, cuckoos, toys, other new cloths.
Americans with Disabili- we buy antiques, Call Crestview
ties Act, persons with dis- 689-1607 GARAGE SALE!
abilities needing special At c 7 1
accommodation to partic- 2808ra1[Sat. Oct 18 7am-lpm
ipate in this proceeding I 1110 2808 Mohican Way.
should contact Court Ad-_Crestview
ministration at 1250 N. Donate Your Vehicle C r1sHuge Inside
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, Receive $1000 Grocery Huge Inside
Fn', 32579; telephone Coupon United Breast Ron's Appliance & Parts, Yard Sale
number (850)651-7497, Cancer Foundation Free appliance repair, appli- 429 N
prior to the proceeding. Mammograms, Breast ance parts 213 N. Main Hathaway St
Cancer Info Street, call 689-1007. Ha f Twia Hills
10/08/2008 www.ubcf.info Free After hours 305-8515 Acrkoss from TinHills
10/15/2008 Towing, Tax Deductible, Park. 240-9678
Non-lunners Accepted, Crestview
LEGAL # 120100 (888)468-5964. HUGE YARD SALE!
LEGAL # 120100 Oct. 17 & 18 7AM-2PM
Run your ad State- I 3130 2729 Paddock Cir (Silver
ITE IR widely Run your classified Oaks) Antique Furn.
IN THE CIRCUIT ad in over 100 Florida abalauction.com Cal- Large & Smarea rug,
COURTOFTHE FIRS newspapers reaching houn CTYAltha, FL. 3 Sil floral, crafts, christ-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN over 4 Million readers. BD 3.5 A on White mas items & collectible
AND FOR Call this newspaper or Pond. On Line Bidding dolls
OKALOOSA (8661742-1373 for more Nowl Live Auction Oct.
COUNTY, FLORIDA details or visit: 16 850-510-2501. Crestview
CASENO.: www.florida-classifieds.com AB2387 Indoor Yard
2008-DR-5348-S DI- Sale
VISION: FAMILY Auction-Antiques & Col- Sat Oct. 18th, 8am-?,
JENNIFER RUTH M. lectibles, Furniture & Es 115 E. 3rd Ave.(blck
JENNIFER RUTH M.tates Items. Pesco Auc- from Northwood).
PINE, I 30 tions, Wildwood FL.
Petitioner/Wife, Pregnant? Considering In-House/Live Online. Crestview
and adoption? A married cou- Proxibid.com/pesco. INSIDE YARD SALE!
ple, large extended fam- P ic s / I n f a : Oct. 16, 17 & 18,
MAI IT IE y see toe dot. Finan PescoAuctions.com 7AM-2PM 397 S. Brett
Resonent/Husban call secure. expenses AB2164 AU2959 St. Clothes, what-nots etc.
paid. Call Karen & (748-0788 Crestview
NOTICE OF ACTION Kevin. ask for .m MULTI-FAMILYYARD
FOR DISSOLUTION chelle/adaml. (8001 Major Land Auctions sALE!
OF MARRIAGE 790-5260. FL Bar# 27,212+/- Acres in mdi- Oct. 18 7AM-? 603 N.
0150789 ana & Kentucky Man- Pearl (Behind Cresiview
rM ario ito Pine 7 ,000, 00+ D Ft. Mano
e USawtimber World-class Crestview
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that hunting Over 4 miles of NEIGHBORHOOD
an action has been filed 1150 Ohio River frontage Pas- YARD SALEI
aains yo n -white ture & tillable land. Sold Oct. 18 7-Noon 5843
against you and that you Single white male 70 in 191 Tracts 3 Day Antler Way (O1f Old
are required to serve a 5'8 1701bs. Looking for Event: November 6,7,8 Bethel)
copy of your written de- a slender white lady Woltz & Schrader Real
senses, if any, to it on Ste- 65-72. I am easy going9 Estate Auctions. For Cresiview
voen D Miller, PA., and easy to please. Just more information, call SILVER OAKS
whose address is 817 S. need a good woman to (800(551-3588 or on SUBDIVISION
University Drive, 122, share andl do things to- the web at Y SLS
Plantation, Florida either. Please write RLB www.woltz.com YARD SALES!
33324 on or before P Boxl876,iCre JamesWoltz Sat. Oct. 18 Off
Nov. 11, 2008, an file view FL 32536, or call IN#AU 10600094 Old Bethel Rd mile W.
the original with the lerk (850) 689-8038 KY#RP 2042. of Davidson MS












B8 I Crestview News Bulletin


CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2008


3230 4130
Crestview Driver: Don't Just Start
Yard Sale Your Career Start It Rightl
Oct. 18th 7am-1lm Company Sponsored
Dixie Electric 295 CDL training in 3 weeks.
GoodwinEAve. Must be 21. Have CDL?
__________ Tuition reimbursement!
Crestview CRST. (866)917-2778.
Yard Sale Drivers. Immediate
Sat. Oct. 11, 8am-?, 906 Openings. Fast Growing
N. Lloyd St. Plus size Specialized Car Haul
women s clothes, toys, Div. 21 days out 7 days
misc. home. Top Payl Free Co.
Benefits. Min. exp 1 yr.
Crestview CDL-A req. Min age 23
YARD SALE! no felony. Call John @
Oct. 18, 7AM-Noon, Waqgoners Trucking
166 Cabana Way (912) 571-9668
RidgeCrest Estates)(9Y)
ar ed w/mattress baby Drivers: Act Now Sign-
& Toddler clothing, On Bonus 35-41 cpm
household decor & more. Earn over $1000
weekly Excellent Benefits
Crestview Need CDL-A & 3 mos re-
YARD SALE! cent OTR
Oct. 18, Sat 7AM-12, (877)258-8782
5909 Pineforest Rd. (0f
Airport Rd) Need a career??? Be-
come a Nationally Certi-
TUPPERWARE fied Heatin8/AC Tech.
New Catalog, monthly credite3.wk. Nationally Ac
special replacement or- creditedprogam. Get
2er. C0all Jackie EPA/OSHA NCCER
682-4305 Certified. Local job place-
ment. Financing Availa-
ble (877)994- 9904
Post Office Now Hir-
3250 ing Avg Pay $20/hr or
$57K/yr Including Fed-
Jumbo Green & eral Benefits and OT.
boiled peanuts. Holland Placed by adSource, not
Farms 1-877-675-6876 affiliated. w/USPS who
hires. Call
(866)713-4492.


Feeling Anxious About NEW IAV
The Future? Buy and read
Dianetics by L. Ron Hub- Quality Assurance/Safety
bard. Price: $20.00. Or-
der Now. Free Shipping. Mystery
www.DianeticsTampa.org Mystery
or Call (813)872-0722. Shoppers
--Earn up to $150 per
(day. Undercover shop-
ers needed to judge re-
0 Fai l and dining estab-
3 0 lishments. Experience not
Attend College Online required. Pease call
from Home. 'Medical 1-877-664-5368
*Business *Paralegal' Web ID #27821849
*Computers, *Criminal.
Justice. Job place ent as-. ..
distance. Computer avail-
able. Financial Aid if %
qualified. Call '.
(866)858-2121, J
www.CenturaOnline.com
Crestview Elks Lodge
Turkey Shoot begins on .......
September 20 9:00 BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
am, and each Saturday I I
Excellent Prizes. Hw' 5100- Business
90E to Fairchild Rd. F- Opportunities
lowSigns. 5110- Money to Lend
Needed Babysitter im-
mediatey in Crestview -
$700. wk must love kids o5100
Call 678-318-3650 $1,000 A Day Possible
Now Available! 2008 Returning Phone Calls No
Post Office Jobs. Selling, Not MLM
$18-$20/Hr. No Experi- ( ( ) 4 7 9 8 0 3 3
ence, Paid Training, Fed www.focusoncash.com.
Benefits, Vacations. Call
[800)910-9941 Todayl A Groundfloor
REF #FL08. Opportunity
Maxegen is looking for
N W llAV hardxworkinh, dedicat-
f IUIi'1* ed individuals that enjoy
Network / Marketiny
Call (641 715 390&
Sew & Save asscode 03591# to
Open Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2 find out more about this
Lots of 100% Cotton Tr- opportu y If you like
cot, Velour Chmbray wIhat you ear go to:
etc. Call 682-3443 www.vi sit my
maxegen.com
1416 ^ 1maxegen@hotmail.com
--3340 All Cash Candy Route
Do you earn $800 in a
..,=>* T f ~day? 30 Local Machines
NEW i l UUN and Candy $9,995.
-- 888(629-9968
Franchi imported by B02000033. Call Us:
Benbenelli made in Italy We will not be
12 gage rib barrel 3 undersoldl
inch chamber, 3 chokes financial Freedom for
wood stock. $650. ca you. $1.000/da return-
826-0904 ing phone ca Is. Not
MEM. No buying or sell-
Pool Table ing products. Legal,
Very good condition. moral and ethical.
Asking $175. Call 850 www.mygoldplan.com/
682-3535 for more info. biqmoney
-(888)276-8596.
.' Generate Extra Income
in as little as 48 hours -
up to $3,500/wk or
more. No selling No
MLM. Call:
S- 800)659-7781 or visit:
www.mygoldplan.com/
goodlife
I MPLYENT Guaranteed Weekly
4100- Help Wanted Settlement Check. Join
4110- Restaurants/Clubs Wil-Trans Lease Operator
4120- Sales Program. Get the Benefits
4130 Employment of Being a Lease
Information Operator without any of
F_ the Risk. (66)
E 1906-2982. Must be 3
4'100 Own a Recession Proof
Business Established ac-
Drivers counts with the average
owner earning over
Drivers needed with $200K a year call 24/7
Class B or better license. (866)622-8892 Code X
No phone calls apply in -
person at 984 W. James .- -
Lee Blvd., Crestview Qr-
Education ,


Now accepting applica-
tions for employment at
Learning Tree Day
School, Inc., 201 Valley
Road. Must be at least
18 years of age. Apply
in person only.
Logistics/Transportation
Driver Trainees
Needed No CDL? No
Problem Earn up to
$900wk. Home week-
ends w/TMC. Company
endorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309


NEW TODA
Medical/Health
Medical Asst.
FT or PT, for internal med-
icine practice in Crest-
view. Hrs: 8am-7pm
Mon-Thurs Exp. pre-
ferred. Call 682-6143.
Web ID #27831075


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





NEW TODAY
Commercial building re-
cently completely remod-
eled approx. 3000 sf.
$2200. mo on S. Main
St. Call 598-0478 or
682-6794
Commercial office space
for Lease 828 N. Ferdon


4130--__ alvd. O682-2735
Crestview For lease
A Phat JobI Now Hir- Commercial Space 798-
ing 18-24 Sharp Enthu- A&B S. Main St.
siastic Motivated Guys & 682-2735
Girls Free To Travel USA
Representing 150+ Lead- For Lease Main Street
in Publications. 2 location. 201 N. Main
Weeks Paid Training, St. Call 682-2735
Transportation Provided.
Return Trip Guaranteed. For Lease, Newly Re-
Call Tina or Jim modeled Commercial
(800)642-6147. Space 176-178 5. Indus-
___ trial Drive, 682-2735
Driver Company Driv-
ers CDL-A Earn up to
46cpm. Excellent trains
for students w/CDL. No NEW TO
forced Northeast. Aver-
aqe 2,500 to 2,800 Office building approx.
miles/week. 1900sf. located on S.
(877)740-6262. Main St. $1900. mo call
www.ptl-inc.com. 598-0478 or 682-6794


6110 [ 6140 |1 6140 6140 7100 7100
aFreRen Crestview- 2BR/1BA
Crest mo Free Rent! CsH&A $475. mo + dd AV WHY RENT??? 1933sf 3/2/2 from
tew 2b ba Cal8658921ENew Site Built Homes $159,900. Great Room,
$57mo/ $50dep, 12 --from the $100's, Low Built on your lot. Other
mo lease req. 585-6985 Crestview 3BR/1BA Crestview Rentals: Interest Rat0es homes F rom the l ow
$600. mo $400. dd. *4hr 2ba InJch St $950 800- 678-4647 $100s. Great Financing. MNavarr


NEW T0oDAY



Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
$600/mo + $600 dep.
no pets, newly renovated
398.5757 or 420-1517

Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Crestview Inn
Motel $35d $165 wk,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4
wk Call 6824466
Furnished 1 BR for ma-
ture person, no smoking
or pets. Utilities furnished
$550. Call 689-1318



| 6130 |


NEW r1"AY I
Crestview 3 br, 2.5ba
TH- near shopping W/D
hkup. $775 mo. Pet neq.
Military Disc. 897-0267



6140
3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
$12,6001 Only $199/
Mol 5% down 20 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR
$259/Mol For listings
(800 366-9783 Ext


Century 21
Moulton Realty
682-3849
Rentals:
107 & 121 Swaying
Pine, 3br, 2.5ba
$850 mo + $600 dd
6117 Magnolia
3br, 2ba $775mo+dd
4758 Balboa
4br, 2ba$10000mo+dd
143 Lonnie Jack
3 br, 2ba $880mo+dd
309 John Kin Rd
3 br, 3 ba, $750+dd
4638 Falcon Way
3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd
5474 Haburn St.
3br 2ba, $900
5219 Griffith Mill Rd
2 br, 1 ba, $475+dd
*513 WingSpan Way
3br, 2/2ba $775+dd
S125 Mill Pond Cove
4br, 2 1/2 ba, $1000

Coldwell Banker United
Realtors 117 Courthouse
Terrace, Crestview Fl
32536 (850) 689-i515
or (850) 682-5922-EHO
*307 Walnut Ave, Ibr,
1 ba 700sf $425 triplex
* 365 Walnut Ave 2br
1ba, 900sf, $500 end
unit
* 309 Walnut Ave. 2br
l ba 900sf, $500 end
unit
228 Runnymeade Dr.
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575
Interior Unit townhouse
* 230 Runnymeade Dr
2br 1.5ba 930sf $575
End Unit Townhouse
@ 238 Runnymeade Dr.
2br, 1.5ba, 930sf, $575,
Interior Unit Townhouse
* 130 Patton St 2br, tba
900sf $625 no pets al-
lowed
* 418 Brown PI 2br
1ba 1066sf $650-S -o
1-10
* 6106 Magnolia Lane -
3br, 1.5ba 1026sf $695-
1 st months rent free
* 8146 8th Ave 3br,2ba
1355sf $750- Laurel Hill
* 118 Campbell Dr 3br,
2ba 1207sf $795 pets
with approval
* 152Sawying Pines CT
3br 2.5 ba 309sf -
$800 End Unit
* 747 Majestic Dr
3br2.Sba 1424sf -
$825 1 months free rent -
South of 1-10
* 5720 Reinke Dr 3br,
2ba 1253sf $850 pets
w/ approval
0 50 Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba
1165sf $850 1 months
rent free to military
*2904 Orchidcrest Dr.
4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $875
1/2 months free rent
* 238 Tiffot Ct 3br,2ba
1620sf $895 1st
month's rent free
* 4713 Connor Dr 4br,
2be 1748sf. $895 -
South of 1-10 free
months rent to Military
* 324 Lakeview Dr 3br,
2ba 1088sf, $900 A)
appliances included
* 118 Palmetto Dr. 4br,
2ba 1927sf $900 -
Fenced in Backyard
* 4815 Summer Creek
Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf
$995 privacy fenced
backyard
S2834 Atoka Trail 4br,
2ba 1953sf. $995 1
months rent free to mili-
tary
* 507 White Oak Lane
$br, 2ba 1850sf $995 -
First Months Rent Free
* 5121 Whitehurst lane
4br, 2ba 1836sf $1000
- all appliances included
* 2140 Hagood Loop
4br 2.5ba 2254sf,
$1025 split bedroom
floor plan
*1235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br
2ba, 1758sf, $1125
large fenced back yard
* 248 Limestone Cir
3br,4ba 1866sf $1200-
no pets allowed
S4180 Big Buck Trail,
4br 2ba, 1823sf,
$1215 no pets allowed
* 228 Riverchase Blvd
4br,2ba 2555sf. $1300
1 st months rent free


* 301 Sunesta CT 4br,
ba 2547 sf $1300 100/o
military discount or V2
Month s Rent free to Mili-
tary
* 435 Hatchee Dr 4 br,
2 ba, 2250sf, $1300,
all appliances included.
*5262 Clint Mason Rd.
3br, 2.5ba 1878sf
$1400 pets allowed w/
approval.
For further information
and to apply online,
please visit our website
at: www.cburpm.com


462 Savage St. call
A682-3931


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* 3 br, 1 ba 1264sf
fenced yard, like new
$118,000
S3 br, 1 ba like new
$90,000 /
Rick Epperson Realty LLC
850-8 65-7777


Crestview Small 2BR
house 197 Hathaway St.


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3br 2ba, brick house
$450mo includes all utili-
ties/ cable. Call
689-8978



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DAY Bank Ordered: Land
NEW Auction 2000+ Proper-
NOW T -Aties. Land in 29 States.
No Reserves. Multiple Lot
3BR/2BA on 3122 Au- Packs. Min Bids at
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ets $575. mo & LandAuctionBid.com/2
$400.dd call 546-1960


$375.mo call 682-5019 Crestview, 2 br, 1 ba,
-CH&A section 8 ap-
Crestview roved 740 Dixie Street,
5Crestview 565m0, $500 dd.
2/1 Duplex 683-892or 865-9368
New. carpet / freshly
painted, $600 mo, $600resview, FL
DD, pets ok with addi- restew, FL
tional deposit, 682-7731 Beautiful
Mon-Fri Crestview
-Home For Rent
Crestview Great Neighborhood,
3/1 Duplex close to eve thing,
3/lr Duplex large yard, 2300 sf un-
New carpet / freshly furnished 4 BR, 2.5BA
painted, $700 mo$700 2 car garae. Call
D, pets OK with addi- 850-259-1560.
tonal deposit, 682-7731_
Mon-Fri Crestview: Near Anti-
och Elementary. S of 1-10
3BR,2BA,2CG $795 ma
NEW TrDAY + dp. 850-562-9340
For rent Crestview &
Crestview- 3bd 2b Holt area. Several to
Crestview- 3a b choose from. Range
3376 Polly Ln. Brick, no 600 $1000 call
eare pets, X Large Scott 546-1192
fenced yard $700. mo + __
$700. Dep. 642-2121 FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
--construction house w/
Crestview- 3br 2ba fenced ard available for
1cg 1100sf. Custom up- lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
Sraded home. W/D inc cation to both bases.
r825 mo close to schools Terms negotiable. $1200
shopping. Section 8 mo. Cal1850 699-2189
ap roved. Call 850
642-1612 or 642-1642 Janet Johnson
_2----Realty, Inc.
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7190 Out-of-Town
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7200 Timeshare


Crestview 3bd 2 ba
Brick home on 2 lots
1500 SF. Lots of
upgrades. Valley rd.
$172,000. OBO call
Mike 836-4675 or
Sharon 333-0876.



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FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
ink back yard perfect
for pets. $299,000.
Call 50 226-674






FWB
Kenwood
Subdivision
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Located close
to bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel alliances, corner
FP w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
orch under roof, chain
link back yard perfect
for ets. $2 000.
Call 50 22 66754


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Crestview 2BR/1BA no
pets, Call for info
682-6129



NEW TODAY
Crestview- (2) 2 br
MH's $450 -550/mo
+dd. No pets. 682-8867
leave message

Creslview
2 br. 1 ba. $425. mo.
$425. DD water & sew-
age provided Located on
E. Chestnut @ Crestview
Mobile Home Park. Call
305-0776 or 398-6246

Crestview- MH,
3brlba $575 $500dd
3 bd2 ba. private lot
$595 mo, $5 dd.
217-2756 or 362-9845

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

For rent Crestview &
Holt area. Several to
choose from. Range
$600- $1000. call Scott
546-1192



NEW TODAY

Holt & Baker Centrally
Located Singlewide MH
3 br 2 ba on a 1 acre
private lot in quiet neih-
borhood. No pets Re-
cently upgraded
$550dep $550mo. Also
3bd 2ba Newly remod-
eled w/ upgrades on
1/2 acre private
ot. $450 mo+ $450dd
No pets References re-
quired 537-6428


Baker
* 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br, 2 ba; $900
* 1112 CountryLiving Rd
3 br, 2 ba; $950
Crestview
* 3089 Cosson Circle -
3 br, 2ba; $600
* 602 Henderson St
2 br 1 ba; $625
* 26 Virginia St-
2 br 1.5 Ba; $625
* 190-A Farmer St -
2 br 1 ba $675
* 202 Virginia St -
2 br 1.5 ba; $700
S6618 Sand HillRd-
3 br 1 ba; $725
* 315 Brackin St-
3 br, 1 ba; $725
* 206 Vir inia St
* 167Corwin Dr-
2 br, 2.5ba; $750
S592 Opportunity Dr -
3br, 2 ba $795
* 329 John King Rd-
3 br, 2 b $795
* 106 Corwin Dr-
2 br 2.5 b; $800
* 134 Swaying Pine Ct -
3 br, 2.5 ba; $825
0 5682 Reinke Dr-
4 br, 3 ba, $900
S41 Juni per Dr
3 br 2 ba; $995
0 1R46 Pearl St N-
3 br, 2 ba; $1000
* 5442 E Brook Dr -
4br 2 ba; $1200
* 6317 Havenmist Ln -
4br, 2ba $1250
* 2704 ARshey Maria Ct
3 br, 2 ba; $1250
Laurel Hill
0 3650 Okaloo Ln -
6 br 3 ba; $900


NEW TODAY

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS

204 Booker St.
500, 2 br, 1 ba
S23 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
* 391 Riverchase Blvd
$1150, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
S n139 Stephens Lane,
$850 3br 2ba, 1 AC
S1524 Log Needle Ct,
1000, 3, o 2, no pets
4- Commercial
290 Main Street $1500
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refund ble.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


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for Junk Cars!
Will pick up. Running or
Not! Call 515-5004


2 story, 4 br, 2/2 bo,
2150sf home on large
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-jn kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and
separate shower in mas-
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
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Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.

Quick Pre-Qual!
You can pre-qualify in 15
minutes. Great homes
from the $100s on your
lot. 800-678-4647

Rent to Own
Crestview- No credit, no
Problem Owner financed.
3/1. 1540sf $680 mo.
(includes taxes & insur-
ance) w/ $3000 down.
537-9798


7140
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