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IN THIS ISSUE


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2008


Fire prevention
week at schools


Meet the
Ministerial Assoc.


Local resident
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"Preston was the bravest solide;r, proudestj.1.4- and truly an American HERO. I am so proud
of him making something of himself. I never thought this war would affect myfamily in this way.
As his cousin and classmate he was ahvlways full of life and lived he for his wife and kids. Preston
Ray Medley you will be greatly missed but NE I/ER forgotten. YOU ARE OUR HERO!"
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At left, Preston with his father, Raybon Medley, on the day of Preston's senior prom. At right, Preston and his
grandfather Jesse Medley with his newborn daughter, Raelynn, in September, 2007.


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Area mourns the death of Baker graduate Preston Medley

Florida Freedom Newspapers

23, a Baker School
P reston Medley,
graduate and a
soldier in the U.S.
Army, was killed by a road-
side bomb in Afghanistan at
about 3 a.m. Tuesday.
Preston is survived by
his wife, Sarah, and their 40
1-year-old daughter, Rae-
lynn. The couple was ex-|
pecting a son in December.
Sgt. Medley also is sur-
vived by his grandparents,
father and sister, who live
in the area, and many dose
friends.
Preston graduated from
See SOLDIER 7


Sister city open to


further exchanges


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
News Bulletin Reporter
Brian Hughes stopped
in Crestview's sister city
of Noirmoutier en L'ille,
France, during his Europe-
an vacation. Brian filed this
report from his visit.
NOIRMOUTIER EN
L'ILLE, France Though
the cultural and linguis-
tic differences between
Crestview and its sister
city in France can at times
seem great, the similari-
ties are even greater.
This leaves members
of Noirmoutier en L'lle's
sister city committee hop-
ing more people from
Crestview visit their
cousins more frequently.
"If we can open the ex-
changes beyond what we
have now, we are really
open to that," Noirmouti-
er Mayor Noel Faucher
said during my visit with
him last Saturday in the
French city's stately H6-
tel de Ville (city hall).
Speaking through an
interpreter, Mayor Fauch-
er warmly embraced the
sister city program.


"It is an unbelievable
opening of the mind,
especially for young peo-
ple," Faucher said. "Our
young people are fasci-
nated by Americans."
"To discover our
island is to discover
France, and to open the
mind," agreed Noir-
moutier's sister city orga-
nization president Rend
Relandeau. "When will
more of you come?" he
begged.
Gifts from Crestview
Mayor David Cadle and
the city council were pre-
sented to Mayor Faucher
during my visit, includ-
ing a framed photo of
Crestview's veterans'
memorial on Main Street.
In his capacity as chief of
Noirmoutier's Munici-
pal Police, Faucher also
received an official Crest-
view Police Department
trooper's hat from Chief
Brian Mitchell and his
officers.
Noirmoutier Fire Chief
Jean-Francois Paquier
was presented with a
Crestview Fire Depart-
ment chief's hat, sent by
See SISTER 7


Brian Hughes /Crestview News Bulletin
News Bulletin Reporter Brian Hughes, center, meets with
Noirmoutier Fire Chief Jean-Frangois Parquier and Mayor
NoelFaucher.


Local residents gather

to watch final debate


Above, Preston Medley was a 2003 graduate of Baker High School. At
left, Preston was a huge Florida State Seminole fan, according to family
members. He is pictured in his Seminole attire at about 12 years old.


'He was my nephew. His mother, my sister passed away in August 2005. Preston then went to the Army
for a better lfe and to become a man. Preston also is missed by his five uncles and another grandmother.
We love and miss him very much. I watched Preston grow from a little boy into a man, father and hero.
I'm very saddened, and thank everybody's prayers and support."


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview resident Mae
R. Coleman had a full
house for Wednesday's
final presidential debate
between Barack Obama
and John McCain.
Coleman is just a few
days removed from back
surgery, but she was up
and about while hosting
about 20 guests during a
'debate tea party.'
"It went well. They
enjoyed themselves and
nobody got upset about
anything said during the
debate," Coleman. "The
main thing we were wor-
ried about was how the
economy is going to fare,
how we are going to keep


GO VOTE!
Early voting will take place
from Monday through Nov.
1 at the Crestview library on
Commerce Drive. Hours are
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

our jobs and how we are
going to get health care."
Attendees, between the
ages of 3 and 84, watched
the debate and took notes
on the candidates' best
comments.
Coleman and oth-
ers have helped register
about 80 new voters this
year.
Visit www.crestviewbul-
letin.com to view an online
photo gallery from the debate
tea party.


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other goodies for her class as part of the fire prevention program being presented in local elementary schools this week.


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

They may not agree on
every aspect of each oth-
er's ministries. They each
have their own respec-
tive dogmas, traditions
and styles of worship. Yet
there are three things the
nearly four-dozen mem-
bers of the Crestview
Area Ministerial Asso-
ciation agree on without
question.
The father, son and the
Holy Ghost.
Once a month, CAMA
members gather to share
ideas, witness to the pow-
er of God in the lives of
their congregations, offer
support and find ways
to better serve the north
county area as a whole.
The meetings begin
with a prayer, followed
by a short devotional.
Guest speakers introduce
programs and services
that can be of benefit to
members of the minis-


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Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
The Rev. Bruce Sheffield, pastor of the First United
Methodist Church of Crestview, foreground, leads the
September meeting of the Crestview Area Ministerial
Association.


tars' congregations, or in
which churchgoers can
participate to improve the
community.
The association pro-
vides a chaplain of the
week for the North Oka-
loosa Medical Center. It's
a program that has been
extremely, successful for


both the clergy as well as
the people to whom they
minister.
"The opportunity to
lead someone to Christ at
the end of their life is such
a blessing," said the Rev.
Bruce Sheffield, pastor of
the First United Method-
ist Church and current


president of CAMA.
The organization is
also active in community
issues. As an example, it
registered its united op-
position to offering alco-
hol sales at the Old Span-
ish Trail Festival.
CAMA coordinates
public events as well, in-
cluding the city's annual
Thanksgiving service, an
interdenominational eve-
ning worship time.
Meetings are held
monthly, except in July
and August, on the first
Wednesday of the month
at the First Presbyterian
Church of Crestview at
the corner of Ferdon and
James Lee boulevards.
"They're open meet-
ings and anyone can
come in," said host pastor
the Rev. Mark Broadhead.
"It's mostly for ministers
to get together for a time
of fellowship and to dis-
cuss areas of mutual con-
cern for the Crestview
area."


Our Lady of Victory hosts Parish Picnic

Special to the News
Bulletin

A good time was
Or had by all at the an-
k nual Parish Picnic at
Our Lady of Victory
Church in Crestview.
Youngsters partici-
pated in potato sack
races, soccer, volley-
ball and horseback
-. rides. There was a
New Orleans-style
ice store. A profes-
sional D.J. played
music. Members of
Knights of Columbus
._....Council 7968 did the
cooking.

Send photos of your
church event to kylew@
7 crestviezvbulletin.com.


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Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News
Bulletin by 2 p.m. on
WednesdayS.

EVENTS
MALE CHORUS GOSPELFEST:
The Carver-Hill Memorial and
Historical Society will be sponsoring
an All Male Chorus Gospelfest
featuring many of the male chorus
groups in Okaloosa County
tonight at 7 p.m. at the Carver-Hill
Community Center on School Ave.
in Crestview. Please come out and
be blessed.
For details, please contact
Samuel Allen at 682-3494.
"THE SPRINGS" AT MULLET
FESTIVAL: Teenage country band
The Springs will perform Sunday at
the Mullet Festival. The group is on
a mission to bring more teenagers
to country music and reach teens
for Christ through family friendly
country music. They will be
performing in the 4 to 5:30 p.m. slot
before Sarah Evans' performance.
ANTIOCH OKTOBERFEST:
Antioch Baptist Church is putting
on a communitywide Oktoberfest
on Oct. 25 at its 4796 Antioch
Road location in Crestview. Food,
games, and prizes will be part of
the festivities.
NEW BEGINNINGS EVENTS:
New Beginnings Church at 412
W. James Lee Blvd. in Crestview
invites you to attend their Fall
Festival on Oct. 25 from 4:30 to 7
p.m. and its Homecoming service all
day Sunday, Oct. 26. Lunch will be
served afterward in the Fellowship
Hall. Brother Lee Cadenhead will be
speaking at the 10:30 a.m. service
and the 6 p.m. service.
Camp Meeting services begin
on Monday at 7 p.m. each evening
as follows: Monday, Oct. 27, Bro.
Michael Huggins; Tuesday. Oct. 28,
Bro. Zach Collins; Wednesday, Oct.
29, Bro. Richard Daniels; Thursday,
Oct. 30, Bro. Garry Winstead.
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First National Bank of Crestview received an "Outstanding" rating in CRA by the Federal
Regulators. She is a graduate of the University of Florida, School of Banking.
An expert in consumer credit counseling, Terry also participates in financial education
for consumers of all ages including affordable housing seminars. Active in the community,
Terry is a past director and a member of the education committee of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce. She also serves on the Women's Advisory Committee of the North
Okaloosa Medical Center and is Treasurer of the Okaloosa Saves Community Coalition,
designed to encourage individuals to "build wealth, not debt."
Terry and her husband, Jim, arc eagerly anticipating the birth of their first grandchild.
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one mile south of Baker, for a fun,
safe alternative to door-to-door trick
or treating. A photographer will be
on hand to take a complimentary
picture of each child against a
decorated background. Games,
music and other activities are
planned. Call 537-9221 for details.
LIVE OAK BC FALL FESTIVAL:
Oct. 31 at Live Oak, 4565 Live Oak
Church Road in Crestview. Hours
are 6 to 8 p.m. A space walk, fishing
pond, cake walk, hay ride, food,
candy and prizes are planned. Bring
your family and a friend to the free
event. Details: 682-5160.
FALL BAZAAR: Nov. 22 from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Victorious Life
Worship Center in Crestview, on
State Road 85 North, one mile north
of Crestview High School. Call 683-
3633 for more information.
BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contemporaryworship-
is at 8:30 a.m. at the church, located
at located at 5826 N. State Road
189, just north of the traffic lighting
Baker.
EPIPHANY HOSTING
TAILGATE SALES: To raise funds
for Epiphany Episcopal Church's
outreach activities, the church hosts
tailgate sales every last Saturday of
the month.
Participants can sell whatever
they want to sell at a cost of $10 per
parking space. Concessions will be
available inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-3437 for
details. The church is located at 424
Garden St. in Crestview.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
GRAND REOPENING of Ga-
briel's Christian Bookstore.& Grfts
on Saturday, Nov.1 from 10 a.m.-to
2 p.m. at the store's 756 Baldwin
Ave., DeFuniak Springs.
Synergy Community Develop-
ment, Inc. is blessed to be able to
continue the "Legacy" of Gabriel's
as a not-for-profit community proj-
ect.
Live music, finger foods and a
time of fellowship to meet the vol-
unteers of Gabriel's. Details: 850-
899-4737


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Welcomes

"Sonshine Friends and

their Senior Saints"

Senior Citizen Singing Group

Sunday, Oct. 26th

10:30 a.m.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 18, 2008 i


Local inducted


into Hall of Honor


Special to the News Bulletin

Retired Lt. Col. How-
ard W. Bunton, a Crest-
view resident, recently
was inducted into the
Freedom Through Vigi-
lance Association's Hall
of Honor.
Bunton was recog-
nized during a ceremony
Sept. 27 at Lackland Air
Force Base in Texas.
*- The founders of the
Freedom Through Vigi-
lance Association es-
tablished the Hall of
Honor in 1983 to honor
individuals who served
the command with great
distinction and contrib-
uted to mission accom-
plishment. The Hall is in-
tended to "preserve the
legacy of those who have
gone before, highlights
their deeds and honors
Aheir contributions to the
nation."
Buniton is a founder
of ESC's C3CM Elec-
tronic Combat mission.


The Operation Southern
Watch Commander de-
scribed Bunton as "AlA's
best ever deployed com-
mander."
Bunton is described
as "a skilled tactician,
thoughtful decision-
maker, enthusiastic mo-
tivator and inspirational
leader," in the event
program. The biography
concludes, "His irnfec-
tious pursuit of excel-
lence and concern for the
well-being of his troops
created an environment
of achievement and le-
gions of loyal followers
wherever he traveled."
TheFreedomThrough
Vigilance Association is a
private, non-profit cor-
poration dediated to the
support and perpetua-
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and U.S. Air Force Secu-
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military training
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Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the
six weeks of
training, the
airman studied
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mission, organization, and mili-
tary customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate in applied
science degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Terry Lisen-
bee of Crestview. He received a
bachelor's degree in 2005 from
Troy University.


James A. Knudsen


Air Force
Reserve Airman
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sen has gradu-
ated from basic
military training
at Lackland Air
Force Base, San
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Force mission, organization, and
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and spe-
cial training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who com-
plete basic training earn credits
toward an associate in applied
science degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air Force.
Knudsen is the son of Carolyn
Knudsen of Crestview. In 2000,
the airman graduated from Crest-
view High School.


Crestview Police arrests two on drug charges


Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Police
Department arrested two
Crestview men on drug
charges Thursday night
after separate undercover
controlled purchases by
confidential informants,
according to CPD re-
ports.
Michael Tirrell White,


24, was charged with sale
of cocaine within 1,000


rests were made at 546 W.
James Lee Blvd.


feet of a public housing White was arrested at
facility, possession of co- 8:10 p.m. as he sat in the
caine and child abuse. front passenger side of a
Chase Alexander Glov- vehicle following the pur-
er, 21, was charged with chase. The driver and her
sale of cocaine within 2-year-old daughter also
1,000 feet of a public hous- were in the vehicle. White
ing facility, possession was charged with child
of cocaine and resisting abuse due to allowing a
without violence. Both ar- 2-year-old in close prox-


imity to illegal narcotics.
Glover was arrested
at 8&52 p.m. A Taser was
used on Glover after he
attempted to flee.
Suspected cocaine pur-
chased and later found at
the scene yielded positive
responses for cocaine in
field tests.
Both men face Nov. 18
court dates.


Crestview Police duction of contraband into a de- ing bodily harm. paraphernalia and child abuse.
l tention facility. ROBERT LEE 9/28: DEAN A. SCHIER- TERRENCE DERRELL CLAU-
Dept. reports JAMES, 53, was charged with BAUM, 21, of 552 Brock Ave., SELL, 29, of 508 North Spring
CODY ALEXANDER resisting arrest without vio- Crestview, was charged with St., Crestview, was charged with
FRIEND, 23, of 491 S. Brett St., lence or possession of a legend assault (domestic violence). possession of less than 20 grams
Crestview, was charged with drug without a prescription. CODY A. FRIEND, 23, of 598 N. of marijuana. JANINE A.
battery touch or strike (domes- LANFORD PHILLIP MCLEOD Hathaway St., Crestview, was HUCKEBA, 21, of 508 N. Spring
tic). JR., 28, of 800 Barrow St., Crest- charged with resisting an officer St., Crestview, was issued a no-
9/25: DEAUNDROS L. view, was charged with posses- without violence. tice to appear on a charge of pos-
BLACKSHEAR, 20, of 214 Barr sion of cocaine, possession of 9/30: TERRANCE D. SMITH, session of marijuana. ROBERT
Place, Crestview, was charged drug paraphernalia and pos- 20, of 552 E. Brock Ave., Crest- L. WILLIAMS, 57, of 342 Booker
with trespassing. JEREMY session of less than 20 grams of view, was charged with failure St., Crestview, was charged with
JARMAINE DALANCE WIL- marijuana. MARIO DANTE' to appear based on an Escambia disorderly intoxication. EAR-
LIAMS, 21, of 116 West Old Mill WILLIAM KEENE, 34, of 1851 County warrant. TERRENCE NEST T. GOODMAN, 23, of 102
Way, Crestview, was charged E First Ave., Crestview, was BROWN, 18, of 112 Grimes St., Laurel Oak Lane, Crestview, was
with grand theft totaling more charged with possession of more Crestview, was charged with charged with battery touch or
than $300 and less than $5,000. than 20 grams of marijuana and sale of a controlled substances strike. NIKKI MICHELLE KIR-
9/26: TOMMIE LEE SAND- possession of drug parapher- cocaine and marijuana within BY, 29, of 903 Birch River Ave.,
ERS, 49, of 3804 New Ebenezer nalia. CHARLES MALCOLM 1,000 feet of public housing, pos- Crestview, was charged with 16
Road, Laurel Hill, was charged STOKES, 24, of 5405 Josh Drive, session of controlled substances counts of forgery and uttering a
with possession of cocaine and Crestview, was charged with do- cocaine and less than 20 grams forged instrument and one count
drug paraphernalia and intro- mestic violence/battery/caus- of marijuana, possession of drug of grand theft.

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October time for gardening, family


October slipped in with
cool breezes and beautiful
fall flowers. Views from
my morning quiet time on
our porch are graced with
yellow October daisies
along the front property
of Fred and Roma Lee
Henderson. I told her in
a recent phone visit about
the lovely view, actually
better than she has from
her house. Fred will be
90 years young on Nov.
22. This year he gathered
produce from his amazing
garden, as he does each
year. Roma Lee works
with the cooking and
freezing of vegetables
from the soil Fred's family
tilled in his youth. We tip
our hats to the Hender-
sons!


Friends from Frank-
lin, N.C., tell me the
leaves are breathtaking
this year! We need some-
thing to take our minds
off the news. God has a
way of getting our atten-
tion in a beautiful manner.
Laurel Hill celebrated
the annual Hobo Festi-
val on Oct. 11 at Gene
Clary Park. The pleasure
of reunion with family
and friends continued
throughout a day of mu-
sic, shopping and snack-
ing with many vendors.
As one of the beginning
Hobo Festival workers,
I can say this colorful
crowd was one of the
largest in its history. The
committee did an out-
standing job.


My Georgia grandchil-
dren Greg and Denise
Rowan, their three chil-
dren and 6-year-old niece
Kala enjoyed our small-
town festival. Alisha,
Ashlyn and Kala used
their energy on the jump
and slide play equip-
ment for children. Austin
favored the generous
vendor with his amazing
Noah's Ark display I en-
joyed watching the great-
grandchildren wearing
their invisible halos and
big smiles!
Family.reunions are
the best glue to hold the
old and the young togeth-
er. We made reservations
at Country Folks Buffet in
Florala for a private room
on Oct. 5. This was a bit-


tersweet reunion with the
decision to end the Strick-
land reunions. It is now
up to the first cousins to
begin their reunion mem-
ories. We will honor our
parents with a Howell
reunion sometime during
next year.
The Strickland family
reunion began in 1973
with a fish fry at the Flo-
rala lake clubhouse. The
Strickland families cooked
their favorite dishes,
baked luscious desserts
and homemade breads,
big pots of chicken and
dumplings and pans of
dressing. It was a day of
going back in time, to the
big table at grandpa and
grandma Strickland's
home. A long bench on


one side of the table was
always crowded with
cousins sliding down for
one more to be seated.
George Washington
and Vercie Hathaway
Strickland gave birth to
nine children. The oldest,
Jim was born in 1907, fol-
lowed by Madie, Mamie
Lee, A.V., Essie Mae,
Gussie, P.Q., Idelle, and
the youngest, Bernice,
born in 1926. We have
only two of our aunts
left Idelle and Bernice
- but they are unable to
attend the reunions. It has
been many happy years
of gathering together to
celebrate family.
The Gallery Gals of
Laurel Hill met Thurs-
day at Penny Dunston's


lovely home. A covered
dish luncheon was served
on the patio amidst the
chatter of ladies in purple
dress and red hats.
Professional house
cleaning services are
available in Laurel Hill.
Alpha & Omega cleaning
services are licensed and
insured. Charming Carla
and her helpers furnish
all supplies and equip-
ment. What a joy to come
home to a clean house at a
reasonable price. Call for
a free estimate (850) 305-
6242.
Neither death, nor life
... nor height, nor depth,
nor any other creature shall
be able to separate us from
the love of God. Romans
8:38, 39


Okaloosa Habitat for Humanity goes green


Special to the News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Habitat for
Humanity broke ground on the first
certified Florida Green Building Co-
alition homes within the county this
month.
Work on the first "green" Habitat
home began Oct. 10 in Fort Walton
Beach.
A groundbreaking ceremony for
the second "green" Habitat home
took place Wednesday in Crestview.
First Assembly of God in Crest-
view and its congregation is the spon-
sor for the Crestview "green" home.
The family, the Emmersons, has been
living in unhealthy and unsafe condi-


tions in the Laurel Hill area.
The Habitat home will offer the
family of four a clean and healthy
home.
Building green has become a new
way of constructing homes across
the country, implementing Energy
Star rating materials and environ-
mentally safe products.
The non-profit organization's in-
terest for taking on green building
standards is to reduce the burden
on the environment while adding
value to Habitat homes with energy
efficiency and health benefits. Oka-
loosa Habitat has been constructing
affordable housing for more than 17
years and was eager to break ground
kt


on the
homes.


first locally certified green


Nitsi Bennett, president/CEO of
Okaloosa Habitat has stated, "We are
proud to be the first home builder in
Okaloosa County to certify a green
home. Our affiliate continually ad-
justs our construction to stay in line
with the standards; this is the next
obvious progression in affordable
housing."
Okaloosa County Habitat for Hu-
manity is a non-profit organization
that offers families the opportunity
of safe, decent and affordable hous-
ing. To contact Okaloosa Habitat for
Humanity, call (850) 315-0025 or visit
www.habitatfwb.org.


Randy Beard / Crestview News Bulletin
Volunteers scoop up the first shovels of dirt during
groundbreaking for a "green" Habitat for Humanity
home in Crestview.


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Coats for Kids at Christmas drive underway


Special to the News Bulletin

The United Way of
Okaloosa and Walton
Counties is partner-
ing again this year with
A&A Transfer & Storage,
The Village of Baytowne
Wharf and Bangkok


Cleaners to collect coats
for needy children in the
two-county area. Thanks
to the support of local
banks and businesses
last year, more than 1,800
coats were cleaned and
distributed to many fami-
lies throughout the com-


munity.
Coat boxes are in par-
ticipating local banks
through Dec. 5.
The Village is support-
ing the program by pro-
viding free or discounted
ice skating tickets in ex-
change for donated coats.


To participate, drop off
used coats in good condi-
tion or new coats at your
local bank.
Coats will be picked up
and delivered to Bangkok
Cleaners in Fort Walton
Beach for cleaning. Par-
ticipating United Way


agencies will distribute
the coats to any child at
no cost to the family.
Crestview locations are
Premier Community Bank
at 345 E. James Lee Blvd.;
Publix at 2250 S. Ferdon
Blvd.; Compass Bank at
728 N. Ferdon Blvd.; Eg-


lin Federal Credit Union
at 1127 Industrial Drive
and 1498 S. Ferdon Blvd.
More locations may be
added as companies con-
tinue to sign up as a drop
off point.
For details, contact the
United Way at 243-0315.


what's


COMMUNITY EVENTS .


From staff reports

TODAY

SPAGHETTI FUND-
RAISER: Crestview's
Knights of Columbus will
hold its second monthly
Charity Fund-Raiser
Dinner from 4:30 to 7:30
p.m. today.
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.
DMS FUNDRAISER:
The Davidson Middle
School Cheerleaders will be
holding a multi family yard
sale today at Crestview
High School from 7 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Call Flo Fader at 974-
5539 or more information.
"SOCK HOP" FOR
SENIOR CITIZENS: Staff
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Coast Hospice (131 E.
Redstone Ave, Crestview)
will host a free sock hop
dance for Crestview and
surrounding area senior
citizens at the ROC behind
Central Baptist Church
today from 2 to 5 p.m.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit
http://choctaw.floridatrail.
org for details on their
upcoming events.
Today at 8 a.m.
Volunteers needed for
maintenance on Eglin trails.
Details: (850) 341-1389; hike
or bike on Navarre beach
with lunch afterwards.
Details: (850) 932-0125.
Sunday at 9 a.m. Hike in
Conecuh State Forest, Ala.
Details: (850) 939-0966.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591
or e-mail her at freklz0l0@
cox.net.
Today at 10 a.m. A
Day in Alabama. Meet in
Alabama at the Weeks Bay
National Estuary Reserve
Interpretive Center (www.
weeksbay.org)on U.S.
Highway 98, just west
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biking to Fairhope for
lunch. Followed by free tea,
biking and other activities.
Honcho: Clarice Hebinck.
CCI HOLIDAY
PET PHOTO SHOOT:
Canine Companions for
Independence will host a
Holiday Pet Photo Shoot
today 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.

NORTH OKALOOSA

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.
EARLY VOTING: will
take place from Monday
to Nov. 1 at the Crestview
library on Commerce
Drive. Hours are 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m.
TOYS FOR TOTS
PUMPKIN PAINTING:
Crestview has its own
representative, Melinda
Manchee, and for the first
year can accept toys and
pass them out to families
in need, right here in
Crestview.
On Monday at 10 a.m.


at Old Spanish Trail Park
in Crestview, the pumpkin
painting event will include
a raffle, games and prizes.
Entry into this event is a
new unwrapped toy.
Please bring a pumpkin;
the first 30 children to
attend will receive a free
pumpkin.
For details, call Amy
Neville at aneville277@
hotmail.com or 682-1430.
ART SHOW: The -
Local Arts Club will
be displaying their art
work at the Westwood
Retirement Center (1001
Marwalt Drive, Fort
Walton Beach) on Oct.
23 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The show is sponsored
by Broker Matt Ritter of
Edward Jones. Members of
the Local Color Arts Club
who will be displaying
various mediums of art
are as follows, Helen Blair,
Lou Kaunzinger, Patricia
Mauldin, Lynette Miesen,
Amy Jo Rosati, JoEllen
Schacht, Ginny Simpson
and Bill Stephenson.
BREAST CANCER
AWARENESS SEMINAR:
Thursday 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.
DECORATING
EXTRAVAGANZA:
Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the
Old Spanish Trail Shrine
Club, 971 U.S. Highway
90 West in Crestview.
This GFWC Woman's
Club holiday decorating
fund-raiser will feature
Crestview native and
nationally recognized
floral designer Kirby Holt.
Tickets are available for
a $10 donation, available
from any GFWC member,
at the door, or by calling
683-9117. Proceeds support
group charities.
THE CONSTITUTION:
The U.S. Constitution will
be explained Wednesday
at 7 p.m. at the Crestview
Knights of Columbus Hall,
701 E. James Lee Blvd.
Guest speaker Marty
Lester, president of the
Okaloosa-Walton County
Bar Association, will
discuss the document's
history, and the importance
of voting.
Light refreshments are
free of charge.
GIRLS NIGHT IN: A
celebration of women and
a Relay for Life Event,
will be held Thursday
from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
in Northview Plaza in
Crestview (by Cinema 3).
Many activities are
planned, including music,
food, door prizes, health
and wellness.
Wear your tiara, boas,
glitter, sequins, etc. to
be entered in a special
drawing.
There's room for more


vendors to participate.
Call 428-2787 for details,
or get a form at Curves,
775 N. Ferdon Blvd. Suite
C. in Crestview from 7
a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-
Friday, or Saturday from 7
a.m. to noon. Ask for Lisa
Brennan.
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Oct. 25 from
10 a.m. until the monthly
food allowance has been
given out. The giveaway
will be held at New
Beginnings Church, 412 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
For details, contact Jimmy
Smith at 689-2988. New
Beginnings is an equal
opportunity provider.
CHRISTMAS
BAZAAR: The Knights
of Columbus Ladies
Auxiliary will host their
annual bazaar on Oct. 25
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Knights of Columbus Hall
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 689-1631
or 689-1208 after 6 p.m.
WALKER EVENTS:
Book fair Oct. 22--24.
PTO Parent's Night on
Oct. 23 includes reading for
the family, with dinner at
5:30, and games from 6 to
7p.m.
Book Character Dress
Up Oct. 31 at Walker
Elementary School.
Students should have
a book to go with their
outfit. Please do not pick
scary costumes since pre-k
students are on campus.
The school's Relay for
Life team is starting its
fund-raising effort for the
year. To participate, call
689-7220.


VOTE EARLY

OCTOBER 20 NOVEMBER 1

Monday-Saturday 8:30am-4:30pm

at the following locations:


South County

Early voting will not be at the Fairgrounds!

New Location The Univ. of Florida

Research and Engineering

Education Facility (REEF)

1350 N. Poquito Road

Shalimar, FL 32579
(Intersection of Lewis Turner and N. Poquito Road)


North County

Robert L.F. Sikes Public Library

1445 Commerce Drive

Crestview, FL 32539

Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections Office

302 Wilson St. N. Ste 102

Crestview, FL 32536


Pat Hollarn, O kxfsaF CkuntY Super of Eesions


For more information,
call 850.689.5600 or
850.651.7272
www.govote-okaloosa.com


PENSACOLA
3298 Summit Blvd Ste 33
850-434-6168
M-F 7:30am-5pm


MILTON
6107 HWY 90
850-626-3430
M-F 8:00am-4pm


CRESTVIEW
102 Alabama St Ste B
850-689-7592
M-F 8:00am-lpm


FT. WALTON BEACH
11 Racetrack Rd Ste D-1
850-243-2900
M-F 8:00am-4pm


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

Potential
Property 2008 Taxable 2008 NOFD Tax NOFD Tax if
VProperty alue Amendment
Passes
Vacant Lot $63,338.00 $12.08 $249.60
House $100,000.00 $90.57 $465.57
Commercial
Commercial $310,424.00 $603.80 $1,767.89
Building



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Crestview News Bulletin I 7


Jobs Plus visits Laurel Hill School
The Jobs Plus One- -
Stop mobile unit visited
Laurel Hill School on-----
Thursday. Phil Wells,
Jobs Plus Regional Co-
ordinator, and Lloyd
Taylor, with the Florida
Ready to Work Creden-
tial Program, introduced 6
students to the pro-
grams and gave them
an opportunity to log
on to the Jobs Plus Web
site with the computers
available in the mobile center. The center is designed to take Jobs Plus into the
community and to individuals that may not have access to a computer. The
Florida Ready to Work Credential Program helps equip students with skills and
credentials needed to enter the work force. To learn more about these programs
visit www.jobsplusonestop.com or www.floridareadytowork.com.



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Local students are 'Ready to Work'


Okaloosa County School
Board District 4 representa-
tive Cathy Thigpen provided
this update following the
board's Oct. 13 meeting

Our local schools were
recognized by the state
for their "Florida Ready
to Work" credentials. It's
a neat program that has
been started for our kids.
It shows employers our
kids have the skills and
abilities to be employed.
Okaloosa County is lead-
ing the state, and the top
school in the county and
the state is Crestview
High School. About 800
kids in the county were


tested.
Crestview
High School
Af had 422 cer-
Sptifications,
the highest
number not
only in the
Cathy county, but
Thigpen in the state!
Baker had
127, and when you look
at percentages, there are
about 440 in the high
school so that means
one-quarter of those kids
earned these credentials.
Laurel Hill had three. It's
amazing to see how many
kids are jumping up and
getting these certifica-


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are achieving these num-
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Baker in 2003. He played
football and was involved
in the broadcasting pro-
gram.

Remembering
Preston Medley
Quotes from Florida Free-
dom Newspapers and Web
sites
"Words alone cannot
express enough our heart-
felt sorrow at your loss. He
was doing a noble great
thing. History will reflect
this one day. Heaven is
also a little better place
with another Baker Gator
inside the gate."
John Steele

"He pretty much had
his mind set on going into
the Army, going to the
war and doing what he
thought was right."
Kristian Meeks, Preston's
sister

"He was just precious."
Paula Owens, mother of
one of Preston's best friends

"He wanted to be No. 1
in anything he started at.
He wanted to be the best."
Jesse Medley, Preston's
grandfather
"He just loved his daugh-
ter. That was his life."
LaDonna Medley, Pres-
ton's grandmother

"My first memory of
'-Preston is that he was re-
7 ally funny and he had a re-
ally great sense of humor.
He was always ready to
do a gag reel and was nev-
er afraid of what people
would think of his perfor-
mance in front of the cam-


era. He was the energetic,
joyful kind of person that
helped make our program
successful."
Rich Colburn, Baker's
television class instructor

More memories
"I work with Prestons'
brother-in-law at Eglin. We
are all SO VERY SORRY
for your family's loss. I too
am part of a military family
and understand how it feels
to be home while your hus-
band is in the sandbox. It's
hard but we do it in support
of our loved ones. Your com-
munity stands behind you
and I feel confident in say-
ing that we will all remem-
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with his baby sister, Kristian.







who served his country."

"My mother taught him
at Baker School... How very
sad for this family. He died
for his country and should
be honored accordingly."

"This is the brother-in-
law of my co-worker. He
tore out of here yesterday
afternoon after his wife got
the call. As a military wife
and brat, I feel so bad for
the family. I know every
time my husband was in the
desert and the phone rang it
made my heart stop. Preston
died in the line of duty serv-
ing his country and should
be remembered that way, as
a brave man and father."


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Maxine Wilkinson
Richards
1925-2008
Maxine W. Richards, age 82,
was born in Milligan on Dec. 6,
1925. She went home to be with
the Lord on Oct. 13,2008. Maxine
had been a resident of the Health
Center of Pensacola nursing
home for the last two-and-a-half
years.
Maxine was the widow of the
late Kenneth Richards of Bag-
dad, to whom she was married
for over 60 years. They resided
for 50 years in Crestview. While
living there they were active in
the Southside Baptist Church of
Crestview. They moved to Pace


in 1987 and were active there in
the Immanuel Baptist Church,
where they attended Sunday
school.
Maxine is survived by her
three children, Glenda (Jim)
Moore, Kenny (Linda) Richards,
and Corey Richards, all of Pace;
eight grandchildren, Lisa Porac,
of Summit, N.J., James K. Moore,
of Fletcher, N.C., Pamela Doyle,
of Andover, Conn., Laura Max-
ine Madden, of Pensacola, Trac-
ey Pryor, of Andover, Matthew
Schmidt, of Indiana, Pa., Chris-
topher Richards, of Fort Walton
Beach and Kim Pardue, of Mil-
ton; 16 great-grandchildren; and
one great-great-grandchild.
Arrangements for Maxine


will be entrusted, to Lewis Fu-
neral Home, Milton Chapel.
The wake was from 6-8 p.m.,
Thursday, Oct. 16. The funeral
service was at 10 a.m. at the fu-
neral home on Friday, Oct. 17.
The service was presided over
by Pastor Jerry Passmore of Im-
manuel Baptist Church in Pace.
Burial will be at Live Oak Baptist
Church Cemetery in Crestview,
with Lewis Funeral Home direct-
ing, where she will be interred
with her husband and other fam-
ily members.
Friends may send condolences
and share fond memories with the
family at www.lewisfuneralhomes.
net.


SISTER continued from 1


Chief Joe Traylor and his
firefighters. Chief Paquier
expressed delight in the
gift, which he proudly
tried on and pronounced,
"it fits good."
Both Noirmoutier of-
ficials hope to extend the
exchanges beyond mere
presents to the actual
presence of people from
their sister city. Both ex-
tended sincere invitations
to Crestview city leaders
and residents to visit the
island.
"If the firemen from
Crestview come visit us,
there is always an empty
table waiting for them,"


said Chief Paquier, im-
mediately pegging one
interest common to all
firefighters: good eating
- of which Noirmoutier
has plenty. "We would
definitely consider
an exchange between
Crestview firemen and
police."
Previous visits to
Noirmoutier have been
made by Crestview High
School French classes in-
structed by Chris Lanoue
and singers with the
Northwest Florida State
College Madrigals. The
latter will make its sixth
visit in spring 2009.


In November 2009
a contingent of middle
school students and high
school freshmen from
Noirmoutier will visit
Crestview.
"It is a friendship that
is cemented now," Mayor
Faucher said, adjusting
his new trooper's hat. "If
we can open the exchang-
es beyond what we have
now, we will do all we
can to facilitate it. Come,
and we will welcome you
with open arms."

See video of Brian's Eu-
ropean trip at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


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mortgage on the follow-
n property 'on
SKALOOSA County,
Florida:
ANNOUNCEMENTS
THE CONDOMINIUM
1100 Legal Advertising PARCEL KNOWN AS
1110 Classified Notices APARTMENT UNIT
1120 Public Notices/ NO. 4, HARBOR
Announcements HOUSE OF DESTIN,
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1150 Personals CONDOM IIUM
1160- Lost THEREOF DATED
1170-Found APRIL 18, 1985 AND
RECORDED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK
1289, AT PAGES
11_____ 1876 THROUGH
.,..sUJ 1944 AND AS
Legal # 100415 AMENDED AND RE-
STARTED IN OFFICIAL
IN THE CIRCUIT RECORDS BOOK
COURT OF THE FIRST 1628, AT PAGE 568,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN INCLUSIVE AND PUR-
AND FOR SUANT TO SURVEY,'
OKALOOSA PLOT PLAN AND
COUNTY FLORIDA GRAPHIC DESCRIP-
CIVIL ACfION CASE TION OF IMPROVE-
NO.: MENTS RECORDED IN
46-2008-CA-003780 CONDOMINIUM
DIVISION: PLAT BOOK 6
PAGES 1 THROUGH
THE BANK OF NEW 7 ALL OF THE PUB-
YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR LkC RECORDS OF
THE CERTIFICATE HOLD- O K A L 0 0 S A
ERS CWABS INC AS- COUNTY FLORIDA
SET BACKEb CERTIFI- TOGETHER WITH ALL
CATES SERIES 2006-12, APPURTENANCE TO
Plaintiff, SAID CONDOMIN-
IUM PARCEL AND
vs. THE UNDIVIDED IN-
TEREST IN THE COM-
ROBERT GAWRYS, et al, MON ELEMENTS AP-
Defendant(s). P U R T E N A N T
THERETO AS SET OUT
NOTICE OF ACTION IN SAID DECLARA-
TION.
TO: HARBOR HOUSE
OF DESTIN, A CON- has been filed against
DOMINIUM ASSOCIA- you and you are required
TION, INCORPORATED fo serve a copy of your
written defenses if an,
LAST KNOWN AD- on or before 1-17-0,
DRESS: C/o Legal De- on Florida Default Law
apartment R.A Group, P.L, Plaintiff's at-
654 Harbor Boulevard torney, whose address is
Destin, FL 32541 9119 Corporate Lake
Drive Suite 300, Tampa,
CURRENT ADDRESS: Florida 33634, and file
UNKNOWN the original with his
Court either before serv-
ANY AND ALL UN- ice on Plaintiff;s attorney
KNOWN PARTIES or immediately thereafter-
CLAIMING BY, otherwise a default will
THROUGH, UNDER be entered against you
AND AGAINST THE for the relief demanded
HEREIN NAMED IN- in the Complaint or peti-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- tion.
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE WITNESS my hand and
DEAD OR ALIVE, the seal of t is Court on
WHETHER SAID UN- this 3 day of October,
KNOWN PARTIES 2008.
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE, Don W. Howard
HEIRS DEVISEES Clerk of the Court
GRANTEES, OR By: Beth McDonald
OTHER CLAIMANTS As Deputy Clerk
LAST KNOWN AD- Florida Default Law
DRESS: UNKNOWN Group P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
CURRENT ADDRESS: 33622-5018
UNKNOWN
IMPORTANT
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that In accordance with the
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Wt NosS should contact Court Ad-
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telephone number
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slon 7497, prior to the
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abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
10/11/2008
10/18/2008
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DEMPSEY, DECEASED
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND All IIN-


on the 12 day of Novem-
ber, 2008, the following
described property:
LOT 4 BLOCK B,
CALUSA BAY AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF
ASRECORDEDD IN
PLAT BOOK 18.
PAGED 24 AND 25,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.


NERS ACCORDING
TO tHE PLAT RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 20, PAGE 69,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses if any oa
or before Dec. 2, 2068,
on Florida Default Law
Group, P.L, Plaintiff's at-
tnrnev whose address is


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a fi / KNOWN PARTIES Any person claiming an 9119 Corporate Lake Teh
IN THE CIRCUIT CLAIMING BY, interest in the surplus Drive Suite 300, Tampa,
COURT FOR THROUGH UNDER from the sale, if any, Florida 33634, and file Per
OKALOOSA COUNTY AND AGAINST THE other than the property the original with this Pe
FLORIDA PROBATE HEREIN NAMED IN- owner as of the date of Court either before serv- Jr.
DIVISION FILE NO. DIVIDUAL DEFEND- the lis pendens must file a ice on Plaintiff's attorney 10
08CP882 PROBATE ANT(S) WHO ARE claim within 60 days af- or immediately thereafter Dri
DIVISION NOT TO BE DEAD OR ter the sale. otherwise a default wil Mi
ALIVE, WHETHER be entered against you
IN RE: ESTATE OF SAID UNKNOWN DATED this 15 day of for the relief demanded 10
HELEN PAOLUCCI PARTIES MAY CLAIM October, 2008. in the Complaint or peti- 10
Deceased AN INTEREST AS tion.
SPOUSE, HEIRS DE- Clerk Circuit Court This notice shall be pub-
NOTICE TO CREDI- VISEES, GRAITEES, By:Viki Jackson lished once each week LEI
TORS OR OTHER CLAIM- Deputy Clerk for two consecutive
ANTS weeks in the Crestview
The administration of the IMPORTANT News Bulletin. WITNESS CC
estate of Helen LAST KNOWN AD- In accordance with the my hand and the seal of JL
Paoulucci deceased DRESS: UNKNOWN Americans with Disabili- this Court on this 14 day
hose date of death was ties Act, persons needing of October, 2008.
April 26 2008 file num- CURRENT ADDRESS: a reasonable accommo- C
ber 08P882, is end UNKNOWN nation to participate in Don W. Howard 4
ing in the Circuit courtt this proceeding should Clerk of the Court
for Okaloosa County, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that no later than seven 7\ By: Beth McDonald
Florida Probate Division, an action to foreclose a days prior, contact the As Deputy Clerk RE
the address of which is mortgage on the follow- Clerk of the Court's disa- D/
1250 North Elin Park- in property in bility coordinator at Florida Default Law MC
wa Shalma r Flor OALOOSA County, SHALIMAR ANNEX Group P.L P.O. Box Pla
way Shalimar, Fl oriaO
3259. The names and Florida: 1250 N EGLIN PARK- 25018 Tampa, Florida
addresses of personal WAY SHALIMAR, FL 33622-5018 vs.
representative and the LOT 8, BLOCK 20 32579, 8506517497. If
personal representatives WY N NEHAVE hearing or voice g im- IMPORTANT JO
attorney are set forth be- BEACH ESTATES, AC- paire contact DD) In accordance with the et.
low.ey CORDING TO PLAT 800955-8771 via Flor- Americans with Disabili- De
THEREOF RECORDED ida Relay System. ties Act, persons, with
All creditors of the dece- IN PLAT BOOK 3 disabilities needing spe- N(
dent and other persons PAGE 50 OF THE G R E E N S P 0 0 N cial accommodation to
having claims or de- PUBLIC RECORDS OF MARDER,P.A., TRADE participate in this pro- TO
mands against 0 K A L 0 0 S A CENTRE SOUTH SUITE ceeding should contact WI
decedent's estate' on COUNTY, FLORIDA; 700 100 WEST CY- Court Administration at Ml
whom a copy of this no- PRESS CREEK ROAD 101 James Lee Boulevard UN
twice is required to be has been against you FORT LAUDERDALE, FL East, Crestview FL, FO
served must file their and you are required to 33309 32536-3515 telephone FL,
claims with this court serve copy of your writ- number (85d)689-5000,
WITHIN THE LATER OF ten defenses, it any, on 10/18/08 Extension 7497, prior to TO
3 MONTHS AFTER THE or before December 2, 10/25/08 the proceeding. or W
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- 2008 on Florida Default ______________ Shallmar (850)651-7497 Ml
LOCATION OF THIS NO- Law Group, P. L., IMPORTANT UN
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER Plaintiffs attorney, whose LEGAL # 120101 In accordance with the FO
THE DATE OF SERVICE address is 9119 Corpo- Americans with Disabili- FL,
OF A COPY OF THIS rate Lake Drive, Suite In accordance with Flor- ties Act, persons with dis-
NOTICE ON THEM 300 Tampa Florida ida Statutes, East 90 abilities needing special If
33634 and file the origi- Property, Inc., located at accommodation to partic- a
All other creditors of the nal with this Court either 3191 E. James Lee Blvd. pate in this proceeding y,
decedent estate must file before service on in Crestview, Florida will should contact Court Ad- ag
their claims with this Plaintiff;s attorney or im- offer for sale to the high- ministration at 1250 N. PS
court WITHIN 3 mediately thereafter; oth- est bidder the household Ealin Parkway, Shalimar, PC
MONTHS AFTER THE erwise a default will be and other goods stored FF, 32579; telephone ha
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- entered against you for in the below listed units number (850)651-7497, ha'
LICATION OF THIS NO- the relief demanded in of East 90 Mini Storage. prior to the proceeding. ter
TICE the Complaint or petition. Said goods are to be scr
sold to recover the rents 10/18/2008 YC
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITNESS my hand and not paid by the tenant. 10/25/2008 an
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- the seal of this Court on __________ of
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- this 14 day of October, Unit # B-35 Tim Mathews lo
TION 733.702 OF THE 2008 2987 Adams Rd Crest- Legal #100419 ert
FLORIDA PROBATE view, FL 32536 UN
CODE WILL BE FOREVER Don W. Howard IN THE CIRCUIT 40
BARRED Clerk of the Court The sale shall take lace COURT FOR (PH
By: Beth McDonald November 3, 2008, at OKALOOSA Ml
NOTWITHSTANDING As Deputy Clerk 9:00 a.m., in the East 90 COUNTY, FLORIDA TO
THE TIME PERIODS SET Mini Storage. FILE NO 2008 CP AS
FORTH ABOVE ANY Florida Default Law 001118 DIVISION DC
CLAIM FILED TVO (21 Group P.L. P.O. Box 10/11/2008 PROBATE 6
YEARS OR MORE AFTER 250l18 Tampa, Florida 10/18/2008 RE
THE DECEDENT'S DATE 33622-5018 ------ IN RE: ESTATE OF O
OF DEATH IS BARRED. PEDRO J. ORTIZ-LOPEZ, FL(
IMPORTANT LEGAL # 120102 a/k/a PEDRO J. ORTIZ NE
The date of first ublica- In accordance with the a/k/a PEDRO JUAN FC
tion of this notice pis Octo- Americans with Disabili- IN THE CIRCUIT ORTIZ TH
ber 18, 2008 ties Act, persons with dis- COURT OF THE FIRST a/k/a PEDRO JUAN IN
abilities needing special JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ORTIZ-LOPEZ BC
Attorney for Personal accommodation to partic- ANDFOR Deceased. 37
Representative: ipate in this proceedin OKALOOSA RE'
Paul J. Fellin should contact Court A9- COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE TO CREDI- OK
Florida Bar No: ministration at 101 James CIVIL ACTION CASE TORS FL(
0043813 Lee Boulevard East Crest- NO.:46-2008-CA-00 a/
Mahon Mahon Kerina view FL, 32536-3515; 5005 DIVISION: FILE The administration of the SfT
& O'Brien, LLC telephone number NO: F08067849 estate of Pedro J. A-'
254 Nassau Blvd (85 )689-5000, Exten- Ortiz-Lopez, deceased, BE,
Garden Cir South, New sion 7497, prior to the DEUTSCHE BANK whose date of death was ha
York 1153 roceedinq.or Shalimar NATIONAL TRUST August 25, 2008, ando
T I e -850)651-7497 COMPANY AS TRUS- whose social security o
phone: 516)538-1111 TEE ON BEHALF OF number is 582-64-7442 wri
pone IMPORTANT THE HARBOR VIEW file number 2008 Cl to
Personal Representative' In accordance with the MORTGAGE TRUST 001118, is pending in Unm
CherylMcDermott Americans with Disabili- 2006-9 TRUST FUND, the Circuit Court of Plao
240 weetwater Run ties Act, persons with dis- Plaintiff, Okaloosa County, Flor- is
Niceville, Florida 32578 abilities needing special ida Probate Division; the Su
accommodation to partic- vs. address of which is 101 erd
James LeBv at h
10/18/08 ipate in this proceedin James Lee Blvd East, the
10/25/08 should contact Court Ad- JAMIE R. SNEED, et Crestview Florida be
ministration at 1250 N. al, 32536. Ihe names and the
SEglin Parkway, Shalimar, Defendant(s). addresses of the personal Cli
Legal # 100420 FL, 32579; telephone representative and the be
ganumber (850)651-7497, NOTICE OF ACTION personal representative's Pla
*IN THE CIRCUIT prior to the proceeding. attorney are set forth be- me
COURT OF THE FIRST TO: JAMIE R. NEED low. er\
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 10/18/2008 LAST KNOWN AD- ent
AND FOR 10/25/2008 DRESS: 60 Live Oak All creditors of the dece- the
KALFORSA Street Santa Rosa Beach, dent and other persons the
COUNTY FLORIDA FL 32459 having claims or de- W
CIVIL ACfION CASE Legal # 100422 mands against the
NO: 2007 CA CURRENT ADDRESS: decedent's estate on t1
001785 C DIVISION: IN THE CIRCUIT UNKNOWN whom a copy of this no-
FILE NO: F07042379 COURT OF THE 1 ST tice is required to be Do
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN TO: HEATHER L. served must file their As
CHASE HOME Fl- AND FOR SNEED claims with this court By
NANCE, LLC SUCCES- OKALOOSA LAST KNOWN AD- WITHIN THE LATER OF As
SOR BY MERGER TO COUNTY, FLORIDA DRESS: 60 Live Oak 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
CHASE MANHATTAN CASE NO.:08CA 652 Street Santa Rosa Beach, TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- IM
MORTGAGE CORPORA- FL 32459 LOCATION OF THIS NO- In
TION SUCCESSOR BY RBC CENTURY BANK TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER An
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MORTGAGE COM- UNKNOWN OF A COPY OF THIS a
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MELLON MORTGAGE ANY AND ALL tN- thi
COMPANY ORTA MARIA RECZULSKA, et. KNOWN PARTIES All other creditors of the no
Plaintiff, al CLAIMING BY, decedent and other per- da
PlaintiffDefendants. THROUGH UNDER sonshavina dlaims or d- C
AND AGAINST THE mands against bil
NOTICE OF FORECLO- HEREIN NAMED IN- decedent's estate must 85
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, SURE DIVIDUAL DEFEND- file their claims with this EG
DEVISEES GRANTEES ANT(S WHO ARE court WITHIN 3 Al
ASSIGNELS, LIENORS NOTICE IS HEREBY NOT KNOWN TO BE MONTHS AFTER THE 32
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES GIVEN pursuant to an DEAD OR ALIVE, DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- a-
OR OTHER'CLAIMANT Order or Final Judgment WHETHER SAID UN- LOCATION OF THIS NO- T'
CLAIMANTS BY, entered in Case No. KNOWN PARTIES TWICE. F1lo
THROUGH UNDER, OR 08CA652 of the Circuit MAY CLAIM AN T1N-
AGAINST LONNEY Court of the 1st Judicial TEREST AS SPOUSE, ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED 10
NDEMPSEY A/K/A Circuit in and fonr H ERS DEVISES W WITHIN THE TIME PERI- 10
LONNEY R DEMPSEY OKALOOSA County, GRANTEES, OR ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
A/K/A LONNEY RAYE Florida, wherein RBC OTHER CLAIMANTS TION 733.702 OF THE
DEMPSEY, DECEASED CENTURY BANK' Plain- LAST KNOWN AD- FLORIDA PROBATE Le
et al, tiff and 'MARIA DRESS: UNKNOWN CODE WILL BE FOREVER
Defendants(s) RECZULSKA, et. al are CURRENT ADDRESS: BARRED.
Defendants, I wi ll sll to UNKNOWN C
NOTICE OF ACTION the hi hest bidder for YOU ARE NOTIFIED that NOTWITHSTANDING JI
cash T THE FRONT an action to foreclose a THE TIME PERIODS SET
TO: THE UNKNOWN DOOR OF THE CLERK'S mortgage on the follow- FORTH ABOVE, ANY
HEIRS DEVISEES, OFFICE OF THE COURT- ing property in CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
GRAN)TEES ASSIGN- HOUSE ANNEX IN OKALOOSA County, YEARS OR MORE AFTER
EES, LIENORS CREDI- SHALIMAR, Florida, at Florida: THE DECEDENT'S DATE
TOi5RS TRSIT ESC r0 the hour f 11:00 am LOT 3, BREE COR- IS BARRED. SU


INC.
S date of first publica- Plaintiff,
I is this notice is Octo-
18, 2008. vs.
orney for Personal BYRON L. LAW et. al.
iresentative: Defendants.
WAYNE WILLIAM-
N NOTICE OF FORECLO-
rida Bar No.: SURE SALE
15002
tIton & Williamson, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
20 South Ferdon Blvd nal Judgment of Foreclo-
sstview, Florida sure daoled Oct.8 2008,
536 and entered In Case No.
phone 8506822120 2008-CA-2722 of the
Circuit Court o( the First
sonal Representative: Judicial Circuit in and for
iro Juan Ortiz-Lopez Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida wherein SUNTRUST
105 Montego Bay MORTGAGE, INC is a
ve Plaintiff and BYRON L.
ami, Florida 33189 LAW and D AND R DE-
VELOPMENT LLC are the'
/18/08 Defendants. I will sell to
/25/08 the highest and best bid-
der for cash at Shalimar'
Courthouse Annex, front
3AL #120098 door, 1250 Eglin Park-
way Shalimar, FI
IN THE CIRCUIT 32579, at 11:00am on'
3URT OF THE FIRST October 31, 2008, the
IDICIAL CIRCUIT OF following described pro
FLORIDA IN AND erty as set forth in saidl
FOR OKALOOSA nal Judgment, to wit:
COUNTY CASE NO.
6-2008-CA-004786 LOT 4 FAIRVIEW DRIVE
FILE NO 41391 TOWNHOMES AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
GIONS BANK FILED THEREOF IN PLAT,.
B/A REGIONS BOOK 23 PAGES 90
3RTGAGE ET SEQ., OF THE PUBLIC
intiff, RECORD OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
ISEPH A. PONCE, Any person claiming an,
al. interest in the surplus,
fendants. from the sale, if any,
other than the proper
OTICE OF ACTION owner as the date of the
Lis Pendens must file a
: JOSEPH A. PONCE claim within 60 days af-
hose residence is: 214 ter the sale.
RACLE STRIP PKY
NIT A-406 A-407 Don W. Howard
IRT WALTON BEACH, As Clerk of the Court
32548 By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
: RENEE M PONCE
hose residence is: 214 Dated this 8 day of Oc-
RACLE STRIP PKY tober 2008.
NIT A-406 A-407
iRT WALTON BEACH, In accordance with the
32548 American with Disabili-
ties Act, person needing.
alive, and if dead, all a reasonable accommo-
rties claiming interest dation to participate in
, through under or the proceeding should
ainst JOSEPH A. no later than seven (7).
iNCE and RENEE M days prior, contact the-
>NCE and all parties Clerk of the Court's disa-
ving or claiming to ability coordinator at
ve any right, title or in- 8506517497, 1250 N.
est in the property de- EGLIN PKWY SUITE.
ibed herein. A114 SHALIMAR FL,
)U ARE NOTIFIED that 32579. if hearing m-
action for Foreclosure aired, contact 1TDD1
Mortgage on the fol. 8009558771 via Forida
ving described prop- Relay System.
NiTS 406-A AND Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
7-A PIRATES BAY Attorneys for Plaintiff
ASE 1), A CONDO- 2901 Stirling Road, Suite
NUM ACCORDING 300
STHE PLAT THEREOF Fort Lauderdale, Florida
RECORDED IN CON- 33312
)MINIUM PLAT BOOK Telephone 3057704100
PAGES 60-70, PUBLIC Fax: 3056532329
CORDS OF
KALOOSA COUNTY, 10/18/08
3RIDA. ALL AS AN. 10/25/08
:XED THERETO AND
ARMING A PART -
EREOF AS RECORDED
OFFICIAL RECORDS
)OK 1339, AT PAGE
0, OF THE PUBLIC
CORDS OF
KALOOSA COUNTY, -
ORIDA.
k/a 214 MIRACLE
RIP PKY UNIT A-406 PS & ANIMALS
407 FORT WALTON
ACH, FL 32548 2100 Pets
s been filed against 2110- Pets: Free to
u and you are required Good Home
serve a copy of your 2120- Pet Supplies
itten defenses, if an% 2130 Farm Animals/
it, on Nwabuo 2140-upplies
lunna, Attorney for 2140-aPetsnavestock
intiff, whose address 2150-Pet Memorials
2901 Stirling Road,
ite 300, Fort Laud-
ale, Florida 33312 ei-
r on or before Novem-
r 14, 2008, and file 2100 1-
Soriginal with the For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi-
erk of this Court either huahua puppies.Lon
fore service on and short haired Call
intiff's attorney or im- 850-902-7275
diately thereafter; oth- -9275
vise a default will be Lookinp for a Registered
tered against you for Toy Poodle for Stud.
relief demanded in 850-682-8815
Complaint.
ITNESS my hand and
a seal of this Court this :--
Jay of October, 2008. 2130
n W. Howard Hay for sale. Round ba-
Clerk of the Court les only. call 758-0945
: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
PORTANT
accordance with the
lericans with Disabili-
s Act, persons needing
reasonable accommo-
tion to participate in I I
Sproceeding should M DIE
ys prior, contact te 3100- Antiques
erk of the Court's disa- 3110 Appliances
ity coordinator at 3120 Arts & Crafts
(0-651-7497 1250 N 3130-Auctions
LIN PKW'Y SUITE 3140- Baby Items
14 SHALIMAR FL, 3150- Building Supplies
579. If hearing im- 3160- Business
hired, contact Equipment
)D)800-955-8771 via 3170- Collectibles
ra Relay System. 318-Cp utrs
/11/2008 3200- Firewood
__ ------------- __ 3240 -Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
gal 100418 3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
IN THE CIRCUIT 3280 Machinery/
OURT OF THE FIRST Equipment
JDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 3290 Medical Equipment
FLORIDA IN AND 3300 Miscellaneous
FOR OKALOOSA 3310- Musical Instruments
:OUNTY CASE NO: 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
2008 CA 2722 Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
NTRUST MORTGAGE, 3340 Sporting Goods
I~lRbl MKK-^~t,3350 Tickets (Buy & SejI)


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L4W 100


Deliver u850-255-3050juu
Medical/Health
All Brand New Queen .
Pillowtop Set, In plastic Branch Director
w/warrr. $165.Delivery Crestview, FL Min 5 yrs
available 850-255-3050 operations & Hospice
Exp. Preferred.
Bed A 100% all new Full ste
size mattress set in plastic Re i seed
w/warranty. $119.00. Nurses
850-255-3050. Per Diem Ft. Walton, FL
_______~__ Current RN License and
SCPR Certification

Expect MORE!
3-23-0-- -
Expect more from
Baker Emerald Coast Hospice
MULTI-FAMILY MOV-
ING & YARD SALE! We give you everything
Rain or Shinel Oct. 18, you need to make the
7!30Am 11:30Am most of your career, in-
1628 Eunice Lane (off eluding skilled, collabora-
Hwy 4 in Milligan be- tive associates; a team-
hiid Assembly of God oriented approach and
church) Too much to list, the resources of a na-
something for eveyonel tional company. When
you work for a Gentiva
company, you can expect
Crestview more: more opportunities,
Yard Salel more challenges, more
Oct. 18 7am-11am 2 rewards. We are cur-
Courtney Lane behind rently adding those posi-
hospital) Household, Fur- tions listed above to our
niture & clothes, team.
For more information
about Emerald Coast
Crestview Hospice or this a portu-
Yard Sale nity please call 0nd reu
Sat. Oct. 18, 7am-?. 515 Berry, Area Recruitment
E. Robinson Ave. Some Manager at
new items in time for (877)-44-HOSPICE or
Christmas Gifts. Eager to apply online at
sell. Make offers www.gentiva.com/careers.
___________EOE
Crestview 'Emerald Coast
Yard Sale WeblD#27831988
Sat. Oct. 18, 8am-?, 906 WebD27831988
N. Lloyd St. Plus size
women clothes, toys, Medical/Health
misc.
Medical Asst.
Crestview FT or PT, for internal med-
S YARD SALE icine practice in Crest-
Saturday Oct 18th view. Hrs: 8am-7pm
7am-4pm. 5305 Marilea Mon-Thurs Exp. pre-'
Q, Lee Farms Subdivi- ferred. Call 682-6143.
sion, off Hwy 90. Kids, Web ID #27831075
baby & misc items.


320O
Jumbo Green &
boiled peanuts. Holland
Forms 1-877-675-6876



I 3290 1
Walk In Bath Tub. New
still in box, includes
everything you need. To
of the line. Paid $6800
will sacrifice for $3500
240-3273





Crestview Elks Lodge
Turkey Shoot begins on
September 20 @ 9:00
am, and each Saturday
Excellent Prizes. Hwy
90E to Fairchild Rd. Fol-
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Franchi imported by
Benbenelli made in ItalI
12 gage rib barrel
inch chamber, 3 chokes
wood stock. $650. call
826-0904

Pool Table
Very good condition.
Asking $175. Call 850
682-3535 for more info.


I EMPLOYMENT
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120- Sales
4130 Employment
Information




Drivers
Drivers needed with
Class B or better license.
No phone calls apply in
person at 984 W James
Lee Blvd., Crestview

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.



MtwrflAy
NEW roIJAV
Food Service/Hospitality

Exp. Meat Cutter
Able to work flexible
hours. Pay based on exp.
and avaliblity to work.
We are EOE. Apply in
eoman at Pick N Save,
294 Georgia Ave,
Bpker FL. See Shawn or
Manny
WEB ID #27831840

Food Service/Hospitality

Grill Server &
Catering Staff
Heritage
Plantation
Golf & CC
Immediate openings. Call
Julia Simpson 850
652-2555 to arrange an
interview.
Web ID #27830233

Insurance
A Terrific
Opportunity!
Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
$100000+ Earning Po-
tentia( Benefits, Pension,
401 (k BCBS Insurance.
Call T-800-257-5500.


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



1 6100
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
Blvd. 682-2735

Crestview For lease
Commercial Space 798-
A&B S. Main St.
682-2735



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*Crestview 800 SF. lo-
cated at Southgate office
complex close to shopp-
ing and schools. $750.
mo.+$750 dd. Available
Nov. 1st. 683-3939

For Lease Main Street
location. 201 N. Main
St. Call 682-2735


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For Lease, Newly Re-
modeled Commercial
Space 176-178 S. Indus-
trial Drive. 682-2735


Office building approx.
1900sf. located on S.
Main St. $1900. mo call
598-0478 or 682-6794




1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet gated No pets
570 m/ $550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-6985



Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
$600/mo + $600 dep.
no pets, newly renovated
39 -5757 or 420-1517
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Furnished 1 BR for ma-
ture person, no smoki
or ets. Utilities furnished89-1318
$5 0. Call 689-1318


A Brand Name Kin Pil-
lowtop set. New in las-
tic w/warr. $200. Can


Holt & Baker Centrally
Located Singlewide MH
3 br 2 ba on a 1 acre
private lot in quiet neigh-
borhood. No pets Re-
cently upgraded $550
dep $55Omo. Also 3bd
2ba Newly remodeled
w/ upgrades on 1/2
acre private lot.$450
mo+ $450dd No pets
References required
537-6428


FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
construction house w/
fenced yard available for
lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
cation to both bases.
Terms negotiable. $1200
mo. Callo850 699-2189
Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
f 204 Booker St.
$500 2 br 1 ba
* 231 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
;391 Riverchase Blvd
1150,4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
* 139 Stephens Lane,
$850 3 br 2ba, 1 AC
* 1524 Lang Needle Ct,
$1000, 3, 2, no pets
+ Commercial
290 Main Street $1500
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156
WHY RENT???
New Site Built Homes
from the $100's. Low
Interest Ratesl
800- 678-4647


1650 $159,900, Great Room,
WBuilt on your lot. Other
S6130 homes from the low
Crestviewh3 br, 2.5ba NEW rI0u l00n. Great Financing.
TH- near shopp i W/D 800- 678-4647
hkur $775 mo.0et ne2 Crestview- Room for Affordable Homes:
Milry Disc. 897-026 rent, $275 + 1/4 utili- *3 br, 1 ba 1264sf
ties. For more information fencedyard, like new
_`1call682-3993$118,000
RENAL+3 br, iba like new
6140 ;90,000
Crestview 2BR/1BA $i0 Eerson Realty LLC
CH&A $475. mo + dd | keo I Realty
Call 865-8921
Crestview 3BR/1BAT D
$500. ma $400. dd
462 Savage' St. call
682-3931 North Crestview 4br Cozy 3 br, 1 ba in
Crestview boarding house on uiCrestview with new
2/1 Duplex private acre, as urnpain tile carpet, and
New carpl working indivuals. $8/ets. Fenced backyard.
nted,6 wk. Incls Cable & uti $64,900. Iron Horse
DO, pets ok with addi 376-7676 Really 850 951-2703
tonal deposit, 682-7731 ________
Mon-Fri Roommate to share
Crestview 3r 2ba brick house .'. .
Crestview 40mo includes all utili.
3/1 Duplex ties cable. Call
New carpet / freshly 689-8978 FWB
painted, $700 mo, $700 Kenwood
D pets OK with. addi- Subdivision
tional deposit, 682-7731 Beautiful brick 3 r 2
Mon-Fri _
Crestview- 3bd 2ba 3BR/2BA on 3122 Au- to bases on quiet half
3376 Polly Ln. Brick, no burn Rd. Large yard, no acre corner lo. Built in
farge e X Large t $575 mo & 1994, kitchen recently
0fenced 2$7002 + 400.dd call 546-1960 updated with stainless
$700. ep. 642-2121 steel appliances, corner
S-Crestview 2BR/1BA no FP wall brick hearth,
N4V)O"i P4191 pets, Call for info vaulted ceilings, fresh
Crestview- Beautiful 682-6129 paint,e secure system,
brick 3 br, 2 b a, l age, updated le c irri-
a Ra Crestvewa- (2) 2 br nation, large screened
W/D, incl. $87Co + MH's $450 -550/mo porch under roof, chain
dd. Call 699-3833 +dd. No pets. 682-8867 link back, yard perfect
Crestview- Countyview leave message for pets. $299 000.





*3/1 EdCewood 750
4 br 2 ba built in 004 Call 850 226-6754
ONY $b/2 0mo Call Crestview
Jenny at Pelican Real Es- 2 7r. 1 ba. $425.mo-.
tate 315-0972 $425. DO water & sew-
8 age ided Located on
Crestview Rentals: E. chestnut @Crestview
*3br 2ba Krest Dr $900 305-0776 or 398-6246
*3/f Edgewood 750 Creste MH
*4 br/2 Ba MH, L700 Cres ha $575 I
Rick Epperson realty LLC 3brd2bap$575 i$500dd
850-8uj-7777 t $595 maV00dd.
Crestview, 2 br, 1 ba, 217-2756 or 362-9845
CH&A, section 8 ap-
proved. 740 Dixie Street, Crestview Newly Re-
565mo, $500 dd. modeled 2br, 1ba,
683-8928 or 865-9368 $450mo. Quiet park. No
pets. Military & seniors
Crestview FL welcome. 850-585-8192
Beautiful For rent Crestview &
Crestview Holt area. Several to

Great $600- $1000. call Scott
Neighboro, 546-1192
close to everything, 546-1192
large yard 2300 sf un-
furnished 4 BR 2.5 BA
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V. Crestview No credit, no
- i -r bd.N Problem Owner financed.


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
uadatorl with stainless


3/1. 1540sf $680 mo.
(includes taxes & insur-
ance w/ $3000 down.
537-9798


steel appliances, corner lookin to rent: Pro-
FP wall brick hearth, fessionaf Retail Man-
vaulted ceilings, fresh ager moving to Crest-
paint, security system, view area with Nation-
updated electronic irri- ally recognized com-
gation, large screened pany seeks small farm
porch under roof, chain or home with Acreage
ink back yard perfect for rent or possible
for ets. $299000. lease option. Must have
Call 850.226-6754 fenced pasture for 2
horses. Please call
850-544-9173. Leave
message.



Individual wants to buy *
house for investment. Call 7150
651-0987


EtW rOAY
Crestview I1 acre
cleared lot 5858 Roberts
V" 6 Rd. $60,000. Call
Navarre ~ 546-1051
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
2150s home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining L
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg WI Al I
whirlpool tub and
separate shower in mas- r
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighborhood
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg. -


Crestview- 2.5 acres,
asking $48,500 Off Pov-
erty reek Road.
850-375-2351







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




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Employee Price $26,035
Rebate $4,250

Your Price $21,785


'08 Jeep Wrangler
Employee Prite $23,007
Rebate- $1,000

Your Price $22,007


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'08 Chrysler 300 "06
Employee Price $28,420
Rebate $3,500

Your Price $24,920


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


7100 |


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8120

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



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Chrysler
Family Van
Price reduced Must
make room in garage for
wife's new car. Her
former car is a 2000
Chrysler Town & Country
minivan. Top of the line.
Leather. Chrome wheels.
1 owner (non-smoker).
Garage kept. Only 80K
miles. $6995. Call
651-0164 or 699-3444





2005 VTX 1800C
Honda motorcycle for
sale. $8500. Call
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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN





SPORT


SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2008


SCHEDULE
Today
High School JV
Volleyball
Crestview at Tate
tournament, TBA

Tuesday
High School Volleyball
Baker at Laurel Hill, JV 5
p.m., V 6 p.m.
Crestview at Milton, JV 5.
p.m., V 6 p.m.

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

Freshman Football
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, 6 p.m.

GOLF
Foxwood Country Club
Thursday Lowball, Oct. 9
1. Neil Esmonde, Sonny
Logsdn, Werth Pittman, Neil
Thompson, Ed Ross -9
2. Jack Patten, Aaron
Daniels, Brian K arnrski,
Mac Henderson -9,
3. Jerry Devoy, Claude Stiles,
Wayne Grandstaff, Alan
Parsons, Hal Jellison -8

Sunday Lowball, Oct. 12
1. David Smith, Aaron Odom,
Ferrell Sasser, Cory McSween
-12
2. Chester Highsmith, Bill
Ward, Steve Howard, Dick
Hickson -11
3. Tim Stanley, Alan Parsons,
Hal Jellison, Dale Bouley -9
4. Pat Martin, Dean Martin,'
De Fischer, Tom Fischer -9.

CHS appealing
FHSAA fine
Football coach Matt
Brunson and Crestview
High School are appealing a
Florida High School Athletic
Association fine resulting
from an incident during the
Bulldogs' game at Pace on
Sept. 26.
According to the FHSAA
press release, Crestview was
fined $350 for an unsports-
manlike conduct penalty
charged against Brunson.
CHS was notified of an ad-
ditional $250 fine. for a similar
penalty assessed against Bill
Woodard, according to the
FHSAA paperwork.
The incident occurred just
before halftime when Pace
lined up to kick a 32-yard
field goal as time expired,
much to the chagrin of the
.Bulldog staff, which argued.
the Patriots had not been set
at the line of scrimmage prior
to snapping the football be-
fore the clock expired.
Pace High School also
received notification of a fine
assessed against assistant
coach Bill Jernigan. Jernigan
is not appealing the fine, ac-
cording to the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette.

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

Heavy Hitters
12U Baseball
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.


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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Members of the Crestview girls soccer team are pictured during their first week of practice.



Third year the charm?


Dawgs looking for breakthrough season under Bonilla


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

.Things are looking up for the-
Crestview girls soccer program.
Coach Carlos Bonilla is in his
third year and has given some sta-
bility to the team.
The upperclassmen five of
them on the 2008-09 team have
been in his systemfor two full sea-
sons.
"We definitely have become more
knowledgeable about soccer," he
said. "That's one, thing we didn't re-
ally have. The skills have improved
a lot more.
"The biggest thing is we gained
our pride back. We've been gaining
respect for the last two years, and
now this third year will be more of
that."
That pride is demonstrated by
the fact Bonilla believes opponents
no longer can overlook the Bull-
dogs.
-,Senior goalkeeper Sara Riley,
along& with .classmates Heather
Douglas and Emily Rhoden, make
up the smallest senior class of Bo-
nilla's tenure.
"The first year I had eight seniors
and last year I had nine," he said.
"The good news and bad news of
that is I only had a couple of years
with them (the past seniors) and
now it's like starting a whole new
program because most of them are
sophomores and juniors."
Only two members of Class of 2010
are on the projected varsity roster. But
those two players midfielders Erin
Donavan and Alyssa Altonen are
key members of the team.
Donovan hopes this will be the
year the team's hard work pays
off in the tough District 1-5A that
includes county rivals Fort Wal-
ton Beach, Niceville and Choctaw-
hatchee.
"We work so hard all year and
don't stop very much," she said.


Brooklyn Howard practices headers
for the CHS girls soccer team.

"Hopefully our strength will be our
teamwork and bonding."
Altonen sees improvement.
"I want us to do really well and
tough it out because we haven't had
that good of seasons before," she
said. "We are still progressing.
."But it helps a lot to have conti-
nuity with the coach because you
know what he expects and how to
do things."
As the coach's daughter, sopho-
more Brittany Bonilla probably
knows what's expected of her more
than any other player.
She doesn't feel any extra pres-
sure.
"I'm treated like an equal so it's
no different because I'm the coach's
kid," she said.


Where there might be some pres-
sure is in the position switch from
defender to forward.
"I think it will be a good move
for the team," Brittany said. "Mov-
ing from defense to forward is a big
step. But I think working there with
some of the others on the team helps
us a lot."
The Bulldogs are expecting big
things from freshman Tiffany Soud-
ers in the field and at goal. So far the
transition to the varsity has gone
smoothly.
"Everybody is older so I just want
to learn from them and improve the
skills I already have," she said. "It
doesn't matter how old you are on
this team.
"Everybody has such great chem-
istry, especially now that we've been
working together for so long."
Coach Bonilla said Souders will
share time with Riley in goal. That
could be the area the team sees the
greatest improvement.
"The biggest part we didn't have
the last two years was goalkeeping,"
he said. "Now I have two solid goal-
keepers that are going to give us an
edge. That was the missing link we
had the last two years."
As always seems to be the case,
the district championship should
go through Niceville. Bonilla thinks
Pace and Choctaw also will be
strong.
He also pointed out the Bulldogs
traditionally played the Eagles dur-
ing the first week of the season in
the past. This year CHS won't see
Niceville until after Thanksgiv-
ing, which could give the Dawgs a
chance to gain some confidence.
Bonilla says the Eagles are the fa-
vorites, but that doesn't mean they
are unbeatable.
"Everybody wants to beat
Niceville," Bonilla said. "They are
in a league of their own.
"But if you look at the World Cup
anybody can get beat."


Middle school teams fall in close contests


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Things didn't go Rich-
bourg's way in the final
home football game in
school history.
A fourth-quarter TD
pass from Tate Sweatt to
Justin Rebholz covering
six yards wasn't enough
as the Roadrunners fell to
Ruckel 7-6.
The Rams (4-2) scored
their only touchdown
midway through the sec-
ond quarter on a coun-
ter play on fourth-and-8.
They then hit what turned
out to be the winning ex-
tra point.


The score came after
coach Chris Sweatt rolled
the dice and went for a
first down on a 4th- and
-16 at the Roadrunner 22.
After struggling most
of the game, the Road-
runner (2-4) offense got
untracked when it went
to the passing game.
A 34-yard pass from
Roman Donofro to Dalvin
Boyd got the Roadrun-
ners out of the shadow
of their own goal line. A
47-yard pass from Swe-
att to Jonathon Buckelew
set up the touchdown.
Rebholz had six car-
ries for 22 yards and
caught three passes for


33 yards. Boyd had five
catches for 59 yards and
had an interception on
defense.
Kevin Siler added two
catches for 12 yards. Tate
Sweatt had a big night
passing, hitting 12-of-15
for 150 yards.
Richbourg's defense
was led by Derrick Steel,'
Denzel Ware, Rebholz,
Dalvin Allen and Siler,
who helped keep the
Ruckel offensive off the
field most of the game.
As a final chapter
closed on Richbourg
football, coach Sweatt ex-
pressed his gratitude.
"I'd like to thank every-


one for coming out to the
last home game of Rich-
bourg Middle School," he
said. "I hope we get the
same support next year
at the new Shoal River
Middle School."

Meigs 8, Davidson 2
Davidson's (3-3) only
score came on a safety in
the fourth quarter.
The Panthers suffered
a big loss when quarter-
back Dakota Dean broke
his leg returning a punt
in the first half. Without
Dean at the helm, the
Panthers were unable to
move the ball in the red
zone.


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GOLF TIPS

from the pro


Up and


over


the


trees

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Two weeks ago in Golf
Tips from the Pro, Heritage
Plantation
PGA teach-
ing pro Jeff
Marks told
us hoewb to
"hit the ball
low to get it
under those
pesky tree
Jef limbs. Today
Jeffs he'll tell us
Mrs the best way
to get the
ball up quickly to hit over a
tree or annoying branch that
might be blocking your path
to the fairway or green.

Sometimes hitting the
shot high comes into play.
It's a great shot to know.
It is pretty much op-
posite of what we are try-
ing to do when we want
to keep the ball low. To
hit the ball high, you want
the ball to be up in your
stance a little bit.
I'm playing the ball off
my front heel. I'm setting
my weight pretty even on
my feet.
I'm not going to set my
hands forward a lot like I
do with the knockdown or
punch shot. I'm going to
set my hands just about
even.
The key to this swing is
you want to finish high. So
unlike the knockdown shot
we want to feel the hands
release and really finish
high through impact.
That will give the club
some added kick and a
little more loft.
In order to hit this shot
you have to understand
what the loft of the golf
club can do. If I took a
golf tee and taped it to the
face here (top of tee taped
flat against club face). that
will show the angle of the
launch on the golf club.
So if I play the ball
back it's a very low launch
angle. If I play the ball
forward it's very high. The
key is understanding your
irons.
By getting out and
practicing this shot you'll
know if, for example,
you are 20 feet from the
branch, if you need to hit
a pitching wedge, a sand
wedge, or can get away
with a 7-iron.
You have to have some
clearance. If I had a pitch-
ing wedge in my hand to
get over a tree branch that
is 15 feet high I'd have the
tree branch at least 15-20
feet in front of me.
It's definitely not a shot
you'd try with a 2-iron. It's
a shot where you take your
lumps and hit a 9-iron or
a wedge and get it back
in play.
Again, I'm going to
play the ball off the heel
of my front foot. I'm going
to set my stance a little bit
wider.
The key on this shot is
to finish high.
If you have a golf ques-
tion for Jeff Marks, e-mail
it to News Bulletin Sports
Editor Randy Dickson at
randyd@crestviewbulletin.
comn or mail it to: Randy
Dickson, 295 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536. See video versions
of Jeff Marks' Golf Tips
from the Pro at www.crest-




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