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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: October 22, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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Special to the News Bulletin
North Okaloosa Medical Center will introduce a new PET/CT scanner Saturday.



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awareness
Events highlight fight against cancer


Crestview News Bulletin
The fight against cancer took
center stage in the Crestview area
this month.
The campus of 21st Century
Oncology will host a Cancer


Survivors Day program Saturday.
National Cancer Survivors Day
activities are in June, but October
offered a more timely opportunity
to honor area cancer survivors.
North Okaloosa Medical Center
will hold an open house for its new


PET / CT scanner in conjunction with
the Cancer Survivors Day program.
October also is National Breast
Cancer Awareness Month. Several
local groups and businesses planned
activities in connection with the
fight against breast cancer.


NOMC to introduce new PET/CT scanner


Special to the News Bulletin
North Okaloosa Medical Center
will introduce its newest tool in
the fight against cancer Saturday in
conjunction with Cancer Survivors
Day at 21st Century Oncology.
Attendees can see NOMC's new
Positron Emission Tomography
(PET) and Computed Tomography
(CT) imaging technologies, which
are proven diagnostic tools.
North Okaloosa Medical
Center (NOMC) has acquired this
new technology in its continued
effort to exceed the community
expectations.
"We're very pleased to be able
to offer our patients this important
advancement in diagnostic
imaging," said David S. Sanders,


Chief Executive Officer for NOMC.
"The Philips GEMINI TF system is
advantageous in many ways it
allows us to merge PET and CT
when needed, yet operates equally
well for stand-alone PET or CT
exams."
In some cases, PET scans give
vital diagnostic information other
imaging tests may not provide.
Other techniques such as X-ray
or CT show skeletal images. PET
presents metabolic activity within
the body.
The most common applications
of PET in cancer patients are for
assisting with diagnosis when other
tests are 'inconclusive, revealing
the extent of cancer, and detecting
recurrent disease before it escalates
or spreads.


Whole body PET exams are faster
than ever before in some cases,
requiring 10 minutes or less.
Patients are more comfortable
because the new system is much
more open which staff to interact
with the patient during the scan.
"Some patients are apprehensive
about the full enclosure of a
traditional imaging gantry, so our
system is a huge improvement
toward helping patients relax
and feel more comfortable," said
Sanders. "We find that patients
really appreciate being able to see
and talk to our technologists while
on the table. And with the speed
of time-of-flight image processing,
patients are always surprised that
they're not on the table very long."


SABWA celebrates courage

of cancer survivors


Kyle Wright I Crestview News Bulletin
Kathy Combest was the featured
speaker at the recent ABWA
Working Women's Express Net-
work meeting at The Wild Olive.


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
They laughed, they cried and they
were inspired this past Thursday at
The Wild Olive.
Members of the local ABWA
Working Women Express Network
and some very special guests
gathered to seek a "Recipe for a
cure."
The group honored breast cancer
survivors during its monthly
meeting. Pink breast cancer
awareness decorations adorned
the outdoor eating area. A breast
cancer survivor sat at each table
with group members. Survivors
like Brinda Fugate, Suzanne Harris,


Cindy McKinley, Trisha Henderson,
Yvonne Warren, Sarah Dabney,
Gwen Boutwell, Shelli Brown,
Loretta Scardina and Marion Rainer
were recognized.
Baker School teacher and coach
Kathy Combest, also a breast cancer
survivor, told of her fight against
the disease.
"There are so many of us
who have been touched by this
women, so when we found out
she had breast cancer, it hit us so
hard. It was like finding out our
mother had breast cancer," ABWA
President Susie Chestnut said as
she introduced Combest. Chestnut
See AWARENESS A4


Community


invited to


enjoy Fall


Festival
Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's annual Downtown Fall Festival
will take place Saturday, offering a variety of
activities and entertainment for the entire family
with lots of free goodies for the kids.
The event is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. on
Crestview's Main Street and continue until 8
p.m.
There will be food and craft vendors, games,
slides and bouncers for the kids. Jimbo the
clown, along with juggler and unicyclist Wade
Henry, also will be back this year.
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Toys For Kids organizer

recalls memorable rides
Run for the Toys is set for Nov. 2
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Ken Henninger gets a little choked up as he
tells his favorite Christmas stories.
Like the one about the 17-year-old boy who
took a gift certificate provided so the team could
have a nice Christmas and instead bought toys
for his younger sisters.
And then there's the one about the 6-year-old
girl who donated her raffle prize of $5 so other
children could have Christmas presents, setting
off a chain reaction that led to $500 worth of
donations in just a few minutes.
All of those true stories took place during past
versions of the Toys for Kids Run for the Toys
motorcycle ride. The 2008 event takes place Nov.
2 starting in the Walmart parking lot.
"It's just an awesome event," said Henninger.
The Run for the Toys started with 92 bikes in
1999.
The event drew 347 motorcyclists and more
than 850 attendees last year. Henninger wound up
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The Covenant Hospice
Blue Jean Ball was held
Saturday night at the
Crestview Community
Center.
The event raised money
for Covenant Hospice's
programs.


See an online photo gallery
from the evening at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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of Fred Astaire Dance Studio in Crestview.


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Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian

Oct. 25 is "Make
a: Difference Day,"
a: national day of
community service
sponsored by USA
Weekend magazine.
Volunteer projects are
jiudged by well-known
celebrities, with selected
projects receiving $10,000
charitable awards to
f(irther their good
work. Key projects are
honored in April during
National Volunteer Week.
For info, go to www.
makeadifferenceday.com
or call (800) 416-3824.
Nov. 22 is "Family
Volunteer Day,"
designed to showcase,,
the benefits of families
working together, to
support organizations
and businesses engaging
family volunteers, and


to encourage those who
haven't yet made the
commitment to volunteer
with their family to begin
doing so. Strategically
occurring the Saturday
before Thanksgiving
Day, Family Volunteer
Day is the perfect way
for families and those
who work with them to
.kick off a caring holiday
season. For info, g' to
wwv-.tamilycares.org or
www.pointsoflight.org.
This is all by way of
introducing a plea for a
special volunteer need
here at the librarv.'Many
senior citizens in our area
are in need of computer
volunteers who will sit
down one-on-one with
them and help them with
the basics of learning to
use a computer using
a mouse, searching the
Internet, setting up and
using e-mail, creating


a simple document in
Word, etc.
If you or any family
member teens
are really good with
computers! would be
willing to help in this
way, please give me a call.

PROGRAMS
Relive the past with
Blue Heron (Wah-ka-
chobee), a Seminole/
Creek Indian. Farris
Powell presents a
unique historical
impression of the
Seminole warrior at the
turn of the 19th century.
See history come to life
in this authentic 1830s
hunting camp the
clothing, weapons,
tools, games, musical
instruments, and food.
This authentic
southeastern Indian
hunting camp program
will be held outside
under the full moon
beneath the pine trees
east of the library on Nov.
13 from 6 to 8 p.m. Park
in the east parking lot and
follow the sounds of the
Native American flute
played by Dale Palmer of


the local dulcimer
music group The
Pelican Pickers.
Sample the
Indian drink
"soffkee" and
pumpkin fry
bread.
This Full
Moon Indian
Hunting
Camp
program proved
so popular in
2005 and 2006 we
recommend you come
early for best seating.
Bring blankets or
lawn chairs and dress
appropriately for the
weather. (In case of rain
the program will be
held next door in the
Crestview Community
Center.) The program is
designed for school-aged
children through adults.
Early voting
continues here in the
library meeting room
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Monday through
Saturday through Nov.
1. Please note that there
is no early voting Nov. 3
or on Election Day. You
must go to your precinct


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4. For more information
contact the Supervisor
of Elections office at 302
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call 689-5600, or go to
their Web site at www.
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for more information
on the proposed Florida
amendments, see www.
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THIS DAY IN
HISTORY
On this day in history
President Kennedy
revealed the existence
of missile sites in Cuba
in a national television
address (1962), the
Metropolitan Opera
House opened in New
York (1883) ... and my
first child was born!
(1980).

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Anna, Heather, Marie,
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Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
The finale of a professional production of "Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat" starring lan "H" Watkins, former member of the band Steps. If you
must snap a photo in a theatre, don't use your flash. Also, wait for the curtain
call, because you might get tossed out of the theatre.


The curse of the Starlight Mint


And other theatre audience faux pas
Brian Hughes to touring Broadway your rendition. If you
Arts & Entertainment Editor shows at Northwest must discuss something
Florida State College, with your neighbor
I'll never forget there are many during the performance,
the night I attended a opportunities in our area excuse yourselves to the
Tennessee Williams play to enjoy the wonder of lobby.
with the most badly live theatre. Don't take flash
behaved audience I ever Whether you're in a photos. A camera's
experienced. i Broadway theatre or the built-in flash reaches less
The production was high school auditorium, than 12 feet. You'll light
excellent, but the script here are a few behavior up the backs of heads
itself was labored. Still, rules., for the first three rows
you can't excuse bad Turn off your cell ahead of you, but not the
theatergoer manners phone and put it away. stage. At professional
because the playwright Nothing disturbs an performances, you might
had an off day. audience or distracts a even be ejected from the
Before Act I had drawn performer more than an theatre. For actors, camera
to a close: obnoxious ring tone and flashes are especially
The man three seats subsequent chat. distracting.
to my left fell asleep and If you're anticipating Remove squirming
started a loud, rumbling an important call, put or crying children
snore that shook the row your phone on vibrate, let promptly. The audience
of seats. When his wife the caller leave a message, paid to experience the
elbowed him awake, he excuse yourself, then performance on the stage,
shouted, "What? What?" return the call from the not the performance of
Then someone else lobby, bored or uncomfortable
broke wind with such e Leave kids' hand children.
a bluster that even the held video games at A musical begins
ladies around us tittered. home. The glow of video with the overture. Stop
Next, a lady opened game screens (including talking when the lights
a Starlight Mint verrrrrry those played on cell dim. The musicians
slowwwwwly, thinking phones) disturbs other work just as hard as the
if you open a crinkly audience members. actors. It is insulting
cellophane wrapper Leave food and to yack through their
slowly, no one will notice. drink outside. Chomping, performance, even if it's
Then she clattered the lip smacking, slurping "only" the overture or
mint loudly around in her and ice chewing are as entr'acte.
mouth. distracting as cell phones And finally,
Just before the ringing. Live theatre is Do not eat candies
curtain fell on Act I, not a movie: Jujubes and (or anything else) in
someone in the balcony popcorn have no place cellophane wrappers. If
dropped his or her there. (Roasted peanuts you anticipate needing a
program over the rail, are permitted, however, mint or cough drop for
straight down on ,'.., ,. -- in certain old time your throat, unwrap it
woman four rows ahe6'a 'melodramas, but only for before the lights dim.


of us, She leapt to her feet,
screamed and threwvher .
o0in program across the
aisle onto another patron.
From local school, '
drama'club productions


throwing at the villain.)
Don't sing along
or talk. The rest of the
audience paid to hear the
Ilactors singing those great
Broadway standards, not


Have you witnessed
bad audience manners at a
stage performance? Share
your experience at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Two locals earn roles in


'Willy Wonka' production


Crestview News Bulletin

"Willy Wonka and the
Chocolate Factory" will
be presented Thursday
through Sunday by
the Florida Chatauqua
Theatre.
The stage musical
incorporates favorite
Leslie Bricusse and
Anthony Newley songs
from the film, including
"The Candy Man," "Pure
Imagination" and "(I've
Got a) Golden Ticket,"
and adds some new
ones.


Chuck Hewett of
Crestview will play the
role of Augustus Gloop.
Ashlie Bolten, also of
Crestview, also has a
role. Both are students at
Northwest Florida State
College.
The Florida
Chautauqua Theatre' is
located at 850 Baldwin
Ave., DeFuniak Springs.
Show.times are 7 p.m.
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, and 2:30 p.m.
Sunday. Visit info@fcweb.
org or call (850) 892-9494
for tickets.


Special to-the News Bulletin
Florida Chatauqua
Theatre veteran Kyle
Chase portrays candy
maker Willy Wonka.


Special to the News Bulletin
The cast of Florida Chatauqua Theatre's production of "Willy Wonka and the
Chocolate Factory" includes Chuck Hewett of Crestview (front row, fourth from
right) and Ashlie Bolten (top row at far left).

A m C A A


Tween the Rivers
Tween the Rivers Folk
Art Festival, sponsored
by the North Okaloosa
Historical Association
and the North Okaloosa
Cultural Arts Association.
Folk art and music, along
with great food, 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Saturday on
the grounds of the Baker
Block Museum. Call (850)
537-5714 or visit www.
bakerblockmuseum.
org for information.
Presentations on
genealogy and other
topics will be held
during the week.

Crafts From
Around the World.
Children 6 and up will
enjoy the fun of creating
crafts from cultures
around the world, 3 to 5
p.m. Monday at the Bob
Sikes Crestview Public
Library. Call (850) 682-
4432 for information
and advance registration
(required).

All-County Choir
Concert
Talented young
vocalists from Okaloosa
County middle and high
schools meet to perforin


in an incredible evening
of choral music artistry.
Included are students
from Crestview and
Baker high schools and
middle school choruses.
Free admission, 7 p.m.
Monday at Mattie Kelly
Fine & Performing Arts
Center Main Stage.


Entertainers bring their
55 years of swingin'
showmanship to the
Mattie Kelly Fine &
Performing Arts Center
at NWFSC. This free
concert features 35
incredibly talented
active-duty USAF
personnel and begins at
7 p.m. Sunday.


Tops in Blue Admission is free;
The Air Force's there early to assure
Expeditionary good seat!


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Music, festivals, art shows,
theater, concerts...
we want to know about it.

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2008


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview firefighters wait to enter Lisa Michele's Salon on Industrial Drive as
other firemen exit the burning structure.


Fire damages local salon

Wendy Victora salon exploding from the fire.
Florida Freedom Newspapers heat, according to C-shift "They can remodel it
Battalion Chief Jon Riedel. and getbackinto business,"
The Crestview Fire When they arrived Riedel said. "We made a
Department, with at the fire, smoke was good stop."
assistance from three other billowing from the eaves The State Fire Marshal's
departments, battled a and flames were coming Office was called to
Sunday afternoon fire at out windows on ,the east investigate and has not
Lisa Michele's Salon and side of the building. They yet determined the cause
Day Spa on Industrial were able to knock down of the fire. Evidence was
Drive. the fire in about 15 minutes collected from the scene,
Firefighters got the call and contain it primarily to Riedel said.
just after noon on Sunday one room, Riedel said. Damage was estimated
after neighbors heard the No one was in the at $50,000 to the building
aerosol cans inside the business at the time of the and $20,000 to contents.


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview firefighters wait to enter Lisa Michele's Salon on Industrial Drive as
other firemen exit the burning structure.


AWARENESS continued from Al


and her oldest daughter
played both played on
Combest's teams. Her
youngest daughter is part
of Combest's Lady Gator
girls basketball program.
"We did the only thing
we knew to do, and that
was to start fighting."
Combest described the
"Four Fs" she kept in mind
when she was diagnosed
with breast cancer in the
summer of 2007 faith,
family, friends and focus.
"I said, I have to (fight)
for the other girls in my
life," Combest said. "The
girls who come behind
me, they needed to see


you can live your life and
have cancer and go on."
Combest was told a
few months ago that her
cancer is in remission.
"Cancer, yes, it's bad,
but it canbe won," she said.
"When my grandmother
died of breast cancer, no
one survived.
"Now, when I hear
(someone has breast
cancer), I may not know
her, but I pray because
she's a wife. She's a
mother. Someone needs
her."
The next-to-last topic
of her talk came from the
Bible. Combest said her


mother told her to look
up Jeremiah 29:11 when
she first found out she
had cancer: "'For I know
the plans I have for you,'
declares the Lord, 'plans
to prosper you and not to
harm you, plans to give
you hope and a future.'"
After the laughter, the
tears and the inspiration,
the closing thought was
typical Combest.
"Ya'll come see my
basketball kids play!" she
said.

See an online photo
gallery from the event at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


'Cancer Survivors Day' planned at


21st Century Oncology


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The staff at 211t Century
Oncology found out how
much the community
appreciated its annual
Cancer Survivors Day
program last year, when
the event did not take
place.
i' ii.I-. were calling
and asking if we were
having it," said Jane
Steeley of 21' Centure
Oncology. "Everyon e
loved the event."
The event is back. The


campus of 21st Century
Oncology will play host
to a Cancer Survivors Day
event Saturday. The event
is themed "A Celebration
of Life."
The event honors cancer
survivors from Okaloosa
and Walton counties, but
all are invited to attend.
"It's to honor the
survivors, celebrate them,
and bring the community
together," Steeley said.
The event is from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. and includes
lunch, entertainment
featuring Cheryl Jones of


Jones & Company, and
fellowship time.
North Okaloosa
Medical Center CEO
David Sanders is among
the featured speakers.
Cancer Survivors Day
lifted the spirits of 250
people who attended the
most recent event in 2006.
"It's an opportunity
to visit and meet other
survivors," said Barbara
Taylor, office manager at
211t Century Oncology.
"To see the smiles on
,the patients' faces is
priceless."


Blackman Fire District

'enjoying a productive year


Blackman Fire District
Commissioner Ben Morgan
provided this report from
the Blackman Fire District.

Since we acquired
our new truck (in May),
we've had a very exciting
time this year. We made a
lot of progress within the
district. We've had seven
people go to school to
become firefighters and
passed the state boards,
so we've been able to
put seven additional
firefighters on our roster.
We've also
expanded the working
environment. We
established a new day
room at the fire district.
Crestview Wholesale
provided us with
assistance and lumber to
make it where we could
provide a day room
within our fire house.
We also held our
yearly celebration Sept.
13. A wonderful time
was had by all. It was
our opportunity to reach
out to the community
and say, hey, come out


FIRE CHIEF'S
STATION
and meet us. We sold
88 Boston butts and
hundreds of pounds of
fish, and had door prizes
and a rummage sale, so
we were able to make a
little money off of that for
the district. We had many.
business partners for
the event, and we thank
them all.
We went through
the different stages of
a grant application,
and the Blackman Fire
District was awarded
a 2008 grant from
the Department of
Homeland Security
for a new apparatus, a
1,500-gallon pumper
tanker. The total grant
award was $170,000 and
our matching funds is
three percent. We have
corporations in our area
that are anticipating
being able to help the
district come up with
that three percent. The
apparatus will be a 2009


Kenworth T-300 pumper
tanker built by Bluegrass
Fire Apparatus. We've
been able to establish
a good relationship
with those guys in
Elizabethtown, Ky. (who
also built the district's
newest truck). We went
through the bid process
and had eight bidders,'
and we were happily
surprised when the bid
came out to be what it
was.
We have things
we are trying to do
this coming year. We
want to finish our fire
department upstairs to;
have a dorm room for '
the fire fighters. We will
be reaching out to our
corporate friends for
assistance with that. We
also are continuing work
on our commissioners'
chambers and hope to be
completed the spring of
2009.

"Fire Chief's Station"
provides updates from
fire departments in north
Okaloosa County.


TOYS continued from Al


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Run For The Toys organizer Ken Henninger.


with two truckloads of
toys to donate.
Henninger rides at the
front of the pack. He was
approaching the Shoal
River on U.S. Highway
90 last year when one of
the officers in the police
escort told him the last
motorcycle had just left
the Walmart parking lot.
Riders make a $10
donation and provide
a new unwrapped toy.
The toys go to younger
children. The money goes
to provide gift certificates
for older children.
"I never thought it
was right that little kids
would get toys, but
11- and 12-year-olds
wouldn't get anything,"
Henninger said.
Families First Network
distributes the toys and
money.
"It's the biggest toy
drive our office has,"
said Joni Nalley, a Family


Services Counselor
for the Families First
Network office in
Crestview. "It really does
help for families who
can't afford to buy their
own Christmas to make
sure all of the kids get
something."
The fun doesn't end
when the ride concludes.
Motorcycle enthusiasts
and anyone else who
wants to help the cause
gather at VFW Post 5450
on U.S. Highway 90 after
the ride for food, raffle
prizes, a 50-50 drawing
and entertainment.
"It's just an awesome
event, even if you don't
ride motorcycles,"
Henninger said.
"We're just trying to do
something for the kids."

Have you taken part in a
past Run for the Toys? Tell
us about the event at www.
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Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's Downtown Fall Festival offers fun and entertainment for all ages.


Entertainment will
be provided by Ashley
Richards, Leather & Lace,
Karen McCool, local D.J.
Tony Larkins, Katharine's
Studio One Dance Center,
Fred Astaire Dance
Studios, Florida Kids, tap
dancer Warren Johnson
and ATA Taekwondo.
Donnie Brown Studios
will be in charge of the,
musical productions.


Brown will also serve as
master of ceremonies for
the event.
The costume contest
will highlight the day's
activities at 6 p.m. on the
Florida Lottery stage,
located at the intersection
of Main Street and
Courthouse Terrace.
There will be prizes in
each age division.
"All the vendor spaces


are taken and we had to
add a few more," said
Main Street Promotions
Chairperson Cindy
Harris. "It's just going to
be a great day and I hope
all the town will turn out
for the fun."
The festival is
sponsored by the
Crestview Main Street
Association and tle City
of Crestview.








WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2008


MILITARY


Crestview News Bulletin I A.5


Legendary Hurlburt Special Operations Squadron deactivates


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

HURLBURT FIELD
They came in casual
dress, business suits and
in military uniform. They
represented the American
defense industry, the
military and the average
citizen.
Come they did, to pay
respects to a legend.
On this day, the 20th
Operational Squadron of
the 1st Special Operations
Wing at Hurlburt
deactivated, furling its
colors and standing
down.
It is an end of a historic
era.
It was equally sad
to say farewell to the
Sikorski MH-53 Pave Low,
inexorably tied to the 20th
through war and peace.
The storied MH-53 flew
its last sortie (mission) on
Sept. 27,
The 20th cut its teeth
in the Cold War. It began
life as the 20th Helicopter
SSquadron. As it grew legs,
it moved into Southeast
Asia in 1965. It was here
the legend began.
The squadron's first
helicopter was the CH-21,
or the 'Flying banana,' but
quickly evolved to attack
and gunship operations
with the Sikorsky CH-
3E,"Jolly Green Giants,"
the USAF version of the
Sikorsky S-61.
Back then the 20th
flew conventional combat
-missions, ferrying troops,
material and the wounded
back to aid stations.
The 20thbecameknown
throughout Vietnam as
the "Green Hornets." The
name stuck. It would be
forever known by that
simple but descriptive
nickname.
One of its members
was awarded the
Congressional Medal of
Honor.
The Green Hornets' role
and mission would change


from a conventional war
fighting squadron to one of
black ops with the arrival
of the Sikorsky MH-53J,
loaded with its cutting-
edge avionics. The 20th
Operational Squadron
took on a discreet, if not
more clandestine role. It
began flying into and out
of some of the world's hot
spots, and doing so with
virtual impunity.
This squadron and
aircraft spearheaded
OperationJust Cause. They
later would be deployed
to the Middle East as one
of the principal leaders of
Operation Desert Shield,
which evolved into Desert
Storm.
The 20th, flying its
vaunted MH-53J, would
lead a squadron of Army
AH-64 Apache helicopters
into the battle that began
the Gulf War. This same
squadron would rack
up impressive mission
records in both Iraq and
Afghanistan.
After the terrorist attack
of 9-11, the 20th was one
of the first military units
on scene. It would remain
quietly and vigilantly in
the background when
television cameras were
recording the grim faces
of firemen and police
officers.


John Parrott I Crestview News Bulletin
Lt. Col Eugene 'Gene' Becker, commander 20th
Special Operations Squadron, offers thanks to
husbands, wives and families of its members for their
52 years of service to the nation.


Dustin Senger I Area Support Group Qat, r P'ublihc ttar Omice

Local helps soldiers vote in Qatar
U.S. Army Pfc. Chyna Williams (left), from Crestview, assists Sgt. Charles
Rodriguez, from Chicago, with completion of an absentee ballot at Camp As
Sayliyah. Qatar, Oct. 16, 2008. The Qatar base provides the only authorized
respite program in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility, recharg-
ing over 165,000 war fighters since its 2004 inception.



Online exhibit draws links between

naval aviation and U.S. Presidents


PENSACOLA -As
the 2008 presidential race
beats up for the sprint
towards November, the
National Naval Aviation
Museum is getting in the
presidential spirit with
.a new online exhibit at
:NavalAviationMuseum.
,org, featuring items and
-'aircraft in the Museum's
collection relating to U.S.
Presidents.
Visitors can discover
historic associations
between Presidents and
Naval Aviation both in
and out of office, as young
officers or as leaders of the
free world. View aircraft in
the museum's collection
in which Presidents have
flown, including the N2S
trainer piloted by President
George H.W. Bush during
his World War II flight
training, and see artifacts
and archival items in


the Museum collection
relating to U.S. Presidents,
from signed letters to a
Medal of Honor awarded
by Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The exhibit takes you on
a tour through history with
such stories and artifacts
as:
Theodore Roosevelt's
call for research into Naval
flight in March 1898.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
advancing Naval air power,
which supplanted the
battleship as the primary
offensive weapon of the
Navy in WWII.
Harry Truman
naming the first aircraft
carrier after a former
president, FDR.
President George
W. Bush's monumental
landing on board USS
Abraham Lincoln, arriving
in the co-pilot's seat of a
Navy S-3B Viking after


making two fly-bys of
the carrier. It was the first
time a sitting president has
arrived on the deck of an
aircraft carrier by plane.
A photo of the 21-
gun salute, fired when
President John F. Kennedy
boarded the aircraft carrier
Enterprise in April 1962.
A cadet fitness report
from the future President
George H.W. Bush's
wartime service as a Naval
aviator.
Admission to the
museum is free. It is open
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily,
except for Thanksgiving,
Christmas and New Year's
Days. For a complete
list of upcoming events
at the Museum, visit
NavalAviationMuseum.
org or call the Naval
Aviation Museum
Foundation at (850) 453-
2389 or (800) 327-5002.


It has flown millions
of air miles, thousands of
combat and relief missions.
A legion of active and
retired Air Force men and
women have rotated in
and out of this squadron.
As U.S. Air Force
Colonel Dennis P. Pannell,
commander of the 1st
Special Operations Group
said in his remarks, it is
the end of a chapter, not
the book.
It seems the 20th was
always present where
danger lurked. The
exploits have been fully
documented,thepersonnel
have been praised, but in
the end a new chapter has.
to be written and added to
the defense of America.
"The 20th SOS has
served gallantly in
combat, historically in
humanitarian service, and
has been a cornerstone for
special airpower for five
decades," Pannell said.
As Lt. Col Eugene
"Gene" Becker, 20th SOS
commander said in his
remarks, the 20th did its
job and did it well.
"Just 20 days ago, six
Green Hornet crews flew
their final combat mission
as a special operations
squadron. The missionwas
executed with precision
with complete success.


All of this despite poor
visibility in an extremely
hostile environment and
at night," he said.
Becker's main thrust
was aimed at the families
of those who proudly


wore the red scarf of the
Green Hornets.
"I'd like to thank the
families, the spouses and
friends for being with
us through the difficult
times," he said. "We'll


never know what we put
you through with the
endless deployments,
exercises and dangers of
flying combat missions
but we are glad you stayed
with us."


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LOCAL


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Okaloosa judicial
center plans
are unveiled
Plans for the new
Okaloosa County judicial
center have been unveiled
and the reaction from most
was simple: Build it.
Keep the cost down,
keep it functional, make
it accessible to everyone,
but build it.
Okaloosa County held
a community open house
on Monday afternoon to
give the public an early
look at the schematic
design for the judicial
annex extension building.
The Okaloosa. County
Commission voted
Tuesday to approve the
schematicdesignandmove
forward, or to deny the
project. The commission
fiet at the county Water
& Sewer Administration
Building on Lewis Turner
Boulevard.
The county has been
working for more than
10 years to build a new
court facility. A study
completed several years
ago determined that the
county needed 150,000
square feet to meet the
projected demand over
the next 10 to 20 years.
However, the cost
came in at $41 million and


Leon Cassady
Mr. Leon Cassady, 88,
of Crestview, passed awa'
Monday, October 20, 200:1l
at Silvercrest Nursing
Home in Crestview.
He was born Feb. 9, 1920
in East Brewton, Ala., a son
of George Evans and Lola
Holcolmb Cassady.
SLeon was a veteran of
World War II who landed
at Normandy. He lived in
Pensacola where he retired
from the paper mill before
moving to Crestview in
1992.
Leon is survived b\
his wife: of 58 years,
Doris McCann Cassady;
two sons, David Leon
Cassady and wife Mary
Nell Cassady, Paul Evans
Cassady and wife Pamela
Cassady; grandchildren,
,vlatthew, Rebecca, Jeffrey,
Adam and wife Beth,
John, Elizabeth and Mark
Cassady. He also leaves
behind his sister, Mary
Doris Cassady, sister-
in-law Jackie Cassady,
brother-in-law, Hoyt
Martin. and many nieces
and nephews. Leon was
predeceased by a brother,
Joel Cassady and a sister,
Ruth Cassady Martin.
: Visitation will be at
Faith Chapel Funeral
Home on North Highway
29 in Pensacola on
Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2008
"pt 1 p.m. with the funeral
pt 2 p.m. at Faith Chapel
With Rev. Glenn McCall
,Pfficiating. Interment will
:*e in Molino.
SSign, leave a
.emembrance or view
the guest book for Leon
:Cassady online at www.
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started looking for
alternatives.
The scope of the
project has been reduced
from that initial 150,000
square feet to 84,000
square feet to keep the
project in the $28 million
range that commissioners
recommended earlier this
year.
Some ways designers
are looking at saving
money are possibly having


concrete floors rather
than stone and reducing
the amount of decorative
woodwork.


Big turnout reported
during early voting
Florida's early voting
kicked off Monday
and Okaloosa County
residents turned out to the
polls in potentially record-
breaking numbers.
Okaloosa counted


a total of 2,109 votes
Monday, nearly doubling
the day one totals from
the 2004 and 2006 general
elections, according to
Paul Lux, assistant to the
supervisor of elections.
"Comparing today's
(Monday) turnout with
the day ones from past
elections, we by far and
away outstripped those,"
Lux said. "We have
already received just over
10,000 absentee ballots of


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Opinion & Editorial


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2008









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

Topic: Area mourns Baker graduate
Preston Medley, a sergeant in the Army
killed last week in Afghanistan.
God Bless this Patriot's family and
community. A Son of Crestview and an
American Hero! He will be missed b\ those
who love him and a grateful nation.

I'm a proud American and I stand for
everything American. We should all be
grateful for what they all do for us and
what the family members do and give
us. I pray every night tor all our men and
women who give us freedom everyday.

Topic: The Crestview City Council will
not be taking action on the Old Spanish
Trail Festival Society's request to revise
the current city ordinance that bans sale
of alcoholic beverages on city property.
YOtU Do-Gooders are keeping Crestview
in a stranglehold. This isn't Nlayberry any
more. Loosen up and let's have some fun.
0
If you wanna drink go to a bar, we don't
need a handful of drunks ruining any
festival. Look at the mullet festival.
*
Yeah, lets look at the NMullet Festival.
Successful, 40,000 visitors last year,
nationally known acts performing, not
in any danger of being canceled for good
because of no interest, and a Family Day
every year on which no alcohol sales are
allowed. Time to move forward and join
the 21st century.
*
That the festival has lasted this long
without alcohol is great. Now the challenge
is to take it to another level through
fundraising,. community involvement the
enlistment of local clergy. What if even
alcohol doesn't fill the park? What then?
We have to try harder to find other options.

This could lead to problems within the
city and its budget. Who will pay for the
increase attendance of the police? If you
hav e this open to one group, then you
cannot very well close it to others. Finally,
you need to have something for all the
people of the City and surrounding areas
instead of just a select few.

I just want to see the community keep
some of its longstanding events going.
The Old Spanish Trail Festival is over 50
years old and there has got to be some
reason its not attracting the attendees.
Businesspeople and the community as a
whole surely have enough brains to work
this out without booze on the menu. Surely
the sale of alcoholic beverages alone won't
save the event, if only nine people are
remaining there after the 9 o'clock hour.
No matter what. I'll remain hopeful tor
Crestview to save the event without the
sale of alcohol.



Profundity
Compiled by Brian Hughes


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whalt a'e muitt or iwe can do, but ablo of
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in 'The Name of the Rose"


PASSING

SHOTS How to get your say
Kyle Wright


Opinion pieces by
Crestview News Bulletin staff
writers reflect the opinion
of the writer and do not
necessarily the opinion of the
newspaper as a whole.

Every so often the
mumblings pop up at the
end of Crestview's City
Council meetings.
Citizens leave the
meetings upset they didn't
get a chance to have their
say on certain issues.
(Technically, this
is impossible. Every
Crestview City Council
agenda includes time for
"Business From the Floor"
when any citizen can


address the council).
The mumblings start
when an issue reaches a
conclusion before citizens
can make public comments.
Example: Council votes
resulted in no action on
a recent request to revise
an ordinance banning sale
of alcoholic beverages
on city property. The
"no action" conclusion.
meant no official public
hearings would take place
concerning the issue.
Citizens could have
addressed the topic during
the "Business From the
Floor" time, but their input
then would have come
after the fact.


What to do?
I asked city of Crestview
Administrative Services
Director Mike Wing if the
city had ever considered
moving "Business From
the Floor" to the start of
council meetings. Laurel
Hill's city council recently
did so with its "Business
From the Floor" equivalent.
Wing gave several good
reasons why "Business
From the Floor" should
stay in its current position
on the council position -
assuming no one in the city
desires for council meetings
to last until almost
midnight.
How, then, can citizens


get their say in a useful N
manner? a
"Call me," Wing said.ka
"If you need the time forF
an issue, we'll schedule B
a workshop of special
meeting."
So there you go.
If you leave a council
meeting thinking you did
not get your say on an D
issue, stop the mumbling
and pick up the phone. ;E
You'll get your say. b

Kyle Wright is the NewS'
Bulletin Editor. Contact him
at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com. Visil
the "Passing Shots" blog a4
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Matthew J.

Are Extinction is forever
Plantation
Director


Is it right to make a
species go extinct just
to build another Florida
toll road?
That question is at the
heart of the debate over
the Eglin Bypass, a four-
lane east-west toll road
planned through the
southern part of Eglin
Air Force Base in Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton Counties.
This ill-conceived
boondoggle would
slice through the finest
wetland and longleaf
pine ecosystems at
Eglin, land that's home
to an extremely rare,
speckled creature called
the reticulated flatwoods
salamander. The only
place reticulated
salamanders live in
the entire world is in
Northwest Florida, west
of the Apalachicola
River. Almost all of the
remaining populations
are on Eglin where
the Northwest Florida
Transportation Corridor
Authority drew its toll
road route.
"We consider this
threat to be imminent
and of high magnitude
because of this species'
narrow range," the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service
concludes.
So who cares about
some silvery-gray
salamander rustling
down in the leaves? I
do. The USFWS holds
a public hearing on
the salamander's
endangered status today
at Pensacola Junior
College from 7:30-9:30
pm. (Directions at the
end of this article.)
I will join other
citizens at the hearing
to stand up for
the salamander. I
believe that we have
a responsibility as
caretakers of the natural


world, and a special
responsibility to speak
for creatures who can't
speak for themselves.
Plus, we have no idea
what consequences
might occur from
wiping this species off
the planet.
"The last word in
ignorance is the man
who says of an animal
or plant: "What good
is it?" wrote the late
forester Aldo Leopold,
considered the father
of American wildlife
conservation. "If the
land mechanism as a
whole is good, then
every part is good,
whether we understand
it or not. If the biota,
in the course of eons,
has built something
we like but do not
understand, then who
but a fool would discard
seemingly useless parts?
To keep every cog
and wheel is the first
precaution of intelligent
tinkering."
Who knows? Maybe
the salamander will
provide a compound
that will cure some
human disease.
It's happened before.
Forty percent of all
prescriptions dispensed
in the United States
are derived from
plants, animals and
microorganisms.
If we allow yet
another Florida toll
road project to wipe out
this rare creature, we'll
never know.
Eglin initially
supported the road,
but withdrew support
when the USFWS put
the base on notice that
the road would wipe
out habitat for the
salamander. And it's
not just the salamander.
After careful nurturing
by experts, Eglin now


has the fastest growing
population of rare red
cockaded woodpeckers
in America. The toll road
would plow through
several of the bird's
healthy population
clusters.
For many years
now, we have been
wisely planning "green
infrastructure" parks,
trails, refuges, aquifer
protection areas -- for
our region so that we
don't make the same
mistakes they made
in South Florida. This
misguided toll road
would rip through
the heart of intact
conservation lands
that are planned as
the Northwest Florida
Greenway. Certainly, we
can do better.
The Eglin Bypass
is only the first leg of
a planned toll-road
system that will be like
the ones in Orlando and
Tampa. It eventually
would cut through the
private conservation
lands I manage at
Nokuse Plantation,
where we provide
refuge for wildlife,
including new homes for
gopher tortoises evicted
from their burrows by
developments all over
Florida.
I believe we citizens
need to derail this ill-
conceived toll road plan.
If we need more capacity
for traffic, we should
start by utilizing our
existing road corridors,
instead of opting to
trash the very resources
that make our part of
Florida so desirable.

Dr. Matthew Aresco
is director of Nokuse
Plantation, a 50,000-
acre privately-owned
nature preserve in Walton
County.


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Additional'

information

The U.S. Fish ,
and Widlife Service ,I
is taking public
comments through ,
Nov. 3 on its r
proposal to lisI the 1
reticulated flatwoodd
salamander as -1
endangered and
designate critical
habitat for the
species.
The USFWS
public hearing r
happens today
from 7:30 to 9-30
p m. at Pensacola J
Junior College,
1000 College Blvd..
Hagler Auditorium ,
tBldg. 2), Room 252'.,
An hour before
the meeting, at 6-30
pm, the USFWS
holds an open house;
where citizens
can review critical
habitat maps. the
proposed rule, and
the draft economic
analysis Public
comments can also
be submitted to the i
Federal eRulemakino
Portal. http // :[
wwA.regulations.
gov. Follow the
instructions
for submitting
comments

Comments can
also be mailed to
Public Comments
Processing, Attn:
RIN 1018-AU85, i
Division of Policy
and Directives
Management: U S.
Fish and Wildlife
Service; 4401 N.
Fairfax Drive, Suite ,
222; Arlington, VA.










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LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
J 9/1: STEVEN HAL LANCE, 47, of 6188
Old River Road, Baker, was charged with
aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
- 9/16: DONALD WAYNE YORK, 34, of
1125 Farmer St., Crestview, was charged
with possessing explosives, petit larceny,
first offense, and burglary to an unoccupied
structure. ADOLPH HARRIS BARNES,
355 John King Road, Crestview, was
charged with battery by strangulation.
9/18: DONNIE MAURICE ADKINSON,
22, of 180 Rio Ranchero Road, DeFuniak
Springs, was charged with two counts
each of grand theft and burglary to an
unoccupied structure. JODI MICHELLE
PHILLIPS, 36, of 125 Swaying Pine Court,
Crestview, was charged with child abuse.
9/19: MELVIN L. WILLIAMS, 27, of
3802 New Ebenezer Road, Laurel Hill, was
charged with two counts of possession
of a controlled substance (MDMA and
rpethamphetamine). CORNELIUS
. JENKINS, 36, of 835 McDonald St.,
Crestview, was charged with trespass after
warning. MELVIN L. WILLIAMS, 27, of
434 E. Walnut Ave., Crestview, was charged
vith being a fugitive from justice.
.X 9/20: CHRISTIAN S. KAFKA, of 3368
McCain Dr., Crestview, was charged with
Tailure to appear by a defendant on bail.
9/21: BRADLEY PAUL BORLAND, 22,
.as charged with burglary and criminal
'Uischief. TEREL DURM, 25, of 94 Gram
It., DeFuniak Springs, was charged with
possession of marijuana.
9/22: LAKETA LESHAY MARSHALL,
29, of 3779 New Ebenezer Road, Laurel
HTill, was charged with being a fugitive
from justice based on a Covington County
warrant.
9/23: MARK CLAYTON EVANS, 41,
of 1952 Creek Court, Crestview, was
charged with battery by strangulation
(domestic violence). KENNETH ROY
STEWART, 49, of 5421 Shotgun Trail,
Crestview, was charged with grand theft. *
ROBERT LATHROP SCOTT JR., 23, of 1334
Warrior Way, Tallahassee, was charged
with burglary to an occupied dwelling
and resisting arrest without violence. *
JEFFREY W. CROSS, 40, of 6630 Maple
Leaf Court Trinity, N.C., was charged with
possession of a controlled substance and
disorderly intoxication.
9/24: CHRISTOPHER W. GARRETT, 19,
of 4548 Wolftrack Ridge Road, Crestview,
was charged with domestic violence/
battery / causing bodily harm.
9/25: MICHAELCHRISTOPHERFEIOR,
29, of 4633 Eagle Way, Crestview, was
charged with a Florida Communications
Fraud Act, an attempted Florida
Communications Fraud Act, grand theft
and attempted grand theft.
GREGORY LEE TAYLOR, 45, of 301
John King Road, Crestview, was charged
with unlawful acts: failure to inform of
positive HIV status.


9/24: WILLIE TOLES JR., 52, of 3779
New Ebenezer Road, Crestview, 'was
charged with aggravated battery.
9/25: MICHAEL CHRISTOPHERFEIOR,
29, of 4633 Eagle Way, Crestview, was
charged with a Florida Communications
Fraud Act, an attempted Florida
Communications Fraud Act, grand theft
and attempted grand theft.
9/27: MICHAEL FRANCIS
MEDERNACH, 50, of 5404 Josh Drive,
Crestview, was charged with retaliating
against a victim, corruption by threat
against a public official, battery and
assault.
9/30: A 17-year-old inmate at 4455
Straightline Road in Crestview was charged
with battery by a detained person.
10/2: JULIE RENEE GOMEZ, 39, of
832 Oakridge St., Fort Walton Beach, was
charged with utter counterfeit of U.S.
currency.
10/6: A 17-year-old Crestview resident
was charged with armed burglary, 24
counts of theft of a firearm, and 24 counts
of dealing in stolen property. A 15-year-
old Crestview resident was charged with
trespass in structure.

Crime Stoppers
Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers will pay
a cash reward to the anonymous caller
who helps authorities locate the following
individuals:
KEENANJAMALBOGGANiswanted
for attempted murder and possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon. A 20-year-old
black male with black hair and brown eyes,
six feet two inches tall and 200 pounds,
Boggan's last known address was on 4th
Avenue in Fort Walton Beach.
JERMAINE CARL TAPE is wanted
for aggravated battery with a firearm. Tape
is a 18-year-old black male with black hair
and brown eyes, five feet nine inches tall
and 150 pounds. His last known address
was on Kelly Road in Niceville.
Anybody with information about the
whereabouts of these or any other wanted
individuals may contact Emerald Coast
Crime Stoppers at (850) 863-TIPS (863-8477)
or toll-free at 1-888-654-TIPS. Information
can also be provided anonymously by.
texting "TIP214 plus the message" to
CRIMES (274637). Photographs of these
and other wanted individuals are available
at www.emeraldcoastcrimestoppers.com.
Callers may remain anonymous while
still receiving cash rewards up to $1,000
for information that solves crimes, leads to
the apprehension of wanted fugitives, or
results in the recovery of stolen property
or illegal narcotics.
Crime Stoppers is a non-profit
organization that relies on citizen
donations. No taxpayer dollars are used
in the reward fund. Donations may be
mailed to Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers,
Inc. at P.O. Box 2335, Fort Walton Beach, FL
32549.


POLICE


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More interesting
tales from our area law
enforcement agencies.

Keeping calm
under fire
A Crestview airman
kept his cool while under
a heavy barrage of both
household goods and
invective following an
argument with his wife
over their daughter's
medical bills.
The daughter, who
lives far away from the
area, became ill. The man
worked diligently to
raise money, but his wife
thought he wasn't working
hard or fast enough.
As they drove home
recently, she struck
him several times and
screamed at him. Once in
the house she threw objects
at him and ordered him
out.
He called his superiors
and the police. Under
escort, was able to retrieve
his uniform and toiletries.
As his supervisor drove
him away, the wife threw a
bike and other equipment
from the garage at the
departing car. Officers
who tried to calm the wife
found her hiding in an
upstairs closet.
The 26-year-old woman
was arrested on battery
charges..

DWLS-again
Crestview police officers
noticed a white Chevy
displaying a car rental
agency's logo tag in lieu
of a proper license plate
while cruising through
town.
Upon stopping the


38-year-old Crestview
resident driving the car,
she said she had acquired
the car in another state and
did not yet have a Florida
license plate for it.
Ever the helpful one,
she volunteered that
her driver's license
was suspended. While
confirming the license
was indeed suspended
- seven times, in fact -
officers also found she was
wanted under a warrant
from Hillsborough County
on a charge of (surprise)
driving while her license
was suspended.
The woman remarked,
"I guess I'm going to jail."
She guessed correctly. She
was arrested, yet again, for
driving while her license
was suspended.

Heard it through
the grapevine
If you're in jail, and you
hear that someone else in
the jail called you a name,
maybe it's a good idea to
take it with a grain of salt.
A 39-year-old guest
of the county from
Bennettsville, S.C., didn't
consider the source of
the second-hand report
he received of someone
insulting him. Assuming
the report was true,
he went ahead and
pummeled the fellow
inmate rumored to have
uttered the insult.
After being read
his rights, the South
Carolinian confessed
he had heard through
another inmate that the
victim had called him an
unpleasant name, and it
"angered him."
He was arrested
on felony battery on a
detainee charges and sent


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Crestiriew's 10th Anniversary



Run for the Toys

ANovember 2, 2008


Crestview Wal-mart Parking Lot
(In Crestview on Highway 85 by I--10),


Registration 9:30.- 11:00 a.m.

($10 and a NEW Unwrapped toy.)

Food Raffle 50/50

After the ride at the VFW on 90 West of town.

Music by Hat Trick
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to... oh wait, he was there
already.

Lesson in
weaponry
A Crestview officer
recognized a fellow
sauntering along the street
and knew he had an active
warrant for his arrest.
Asked if he had
anything on him that
would get him in trouble,
the man said "no." So
imagine the officer's
surprise when a magazine
with five bullets in it was
found in the gentleman's
front pants pocket.
Asked what he was
doing with it, the helpful
man replied, "That goes
in a gun." Asked if he
happened to have the gun,
the man said he did.
Tucked in his
waistband was a silver
and black Davis P-380
with the serial number
filed off.
"Come on man, I was
just trying to sell it," the
fellow protested.
Off he went to jail
on felony charges of
possession of a firearm by
a convicted felon.
(Maybe the gent from
South Carolina would be
interested in purchasing
it should he get wind of
any further name-calling
rumors.)

BTW, he's
still on the job
A police officer pulled
over a 31-year-old
Crestview motorist he
knew to have a suspended
driver's license.
A check showed the
woman's license had been
suspended on August 28.
Upon her arrest as a
habitual traffic offender
and for driving with a
suspended license, the
woman informed the
officer, "I'm taking this to
the press and I will have
your badge and your job.
I will see to it that you get
fired."
Well, her story's in the
press. I can safely report
the officer's still on patrol.


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A10 I Crestview News Bulletin


EDUCATION


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 200'


Already a notable year at CHS


An update from Crestview
High School Principal Ed
Coleman
The semester is barely
half over but the efforts of
the students and faculty at
Crestview High have already
made 2008-09 a notable year
for CHS.
Recent news
This year marks the
70th anniversary of the
Crestview High School
Band. Once again, the Big
Red Machine earned straight
superior ratings at the Florida
Bandmasters Association
Music Performance
Assessment.
Our science department
chair Julie Hurlburt was
recently named the local
Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year.
Congratulations Julie!
We are proud of senior
Cody Dreaden for being
named a National Merit
Semifinalist earlier this school
year.
The FSU SSTRIDE Pre-


FROM THE
PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE
Medical Program Induction
Ceremony was held Oct. 14
at the CHS Media Center.
Thirty local eighth-, ninth-
and tenth-grade students
were welcomed into this
exciting pre-collegiate / pre-
medical joint program with
Okaloosa County Schools and
the Florida State University
College of Medicine.
The CHS Drama
Department just finished
its production of Agatha
Christie's "Ten Little Indians."
The production was really
fantastic and was a great job
by all involved. Be watching
for news on the department's
spring performance and make
plans to attend.
Crestview High School
was recognized as the No.
1 high school in the state
by certifying 422 students
with the "Ready to Work"


credentials during the 2007-08
school year.

Upcoming events
The SAT is offered Nov. 1
and Dec. 6 at CHS. The ACT
is offered Dec. 13. Students
can register online or come by
the Guidance office for more
information.
Crestview football takes
on Fort Walton Beach at home
on Friday.
Our Chorus will be
performing at Disney World
Candle Light at Epcot on Dec.
6.
Our Chorus will be
performing its Holiday
Concert on Dec. 11, starting at
7 p.m.
Our Band will be
performing its Holiday
Concert on Dec. 16, starting at
7p.m.
"From the Principal's Office"
appears in the News Bulletin on
Wednesday and will provide an
update on news from schools in
north Okaloosa County.


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Special to the News Bullet"f

More fun and learning


at Antioch Elementary
Mrs. Irvin's first-grade students joined Mrs. Moore's fourth-graders,
at Antioch Elementary School for a discovery session of a Car- (
charodon Megalodon, which was 60 feet in length and weighed 6di
more than 20 tons. These Aviators were able to visualize the sizeyl.
of a prehistoric shark that consumed 800 pounds of food daily an(s
swam the ocean 10 million years ago. )


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students learn to create tortillas. The process cqntirft
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Hallie Crumb, Carlos Rodriguez and Torrance Bell
during their Hispanic feast.

Antioch Elementary


marks Hispanic


Heritage Month


Special to the News Bulletin tib
Mrs. Poulsen's third grade students at Antioch-i
Elementary School studied Hispanic culture an@d
tradition. The culmination to the unit consisted of
homemade tortillas with a feast for all.


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WFnINFRnAY nCTORER 22. 2008


LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I All


Happy First

"Birthday!

Miranda Parker
celebrated her firstbirthday
Sept. 16. She is the daughter
of Misti and Johnny Parker
o0 Crestview.
fIs your child celebrating
his or her first birthday soon?
Jill Smith takes the Crestview
News Bulletin's "Happy
First Birthday!" photos in
hir studio at 5669 Reinke
Dr., behind the Crestview
library. Photos will be taken
by appoinfFment between 8:30
akd 10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays
starting Oct. 7. Please call
826-1819 for an appointment.
A '-ec biifhday photo will be
taken tot publication in the
Cretiew' News Bulletin.
Additional photo packages
are available for purchase.
"kHappy First Birthday!"
photos are published in
Wednesday editions of the
4,ws Bulletin. Photos must
arranged within one month
o the child's first birthday.
11 826-1819 for details.


MESSAGE
FROM THE

MAYOR

Multiple

road projects

planned in

Crestview

City of Crestview
Mayor David Cadle
bovided this report.
City of Crestview
residents will soon see a
flurry of activity as the
Public Works department
begins several paving
projects throughout the
city.
The recently approved
city budget allows for 38
resurfacing projects and
rdad repair to the tune of
$400,000 for eight and one
half miles.
One section that will
receive long-awaited
repair and fresh pavement
is that portion of Ridge
Lake Road that lies within
city boundaries. Over
$100,000 of the paving
budget will be spent on
that roadway alone.
Another project totaling
in excess of $45,000 has
been granted through
the city's Community
Redevelopment Agency.
ihe alleyways located
i Crestview's historic
downtown district
between Main Street
and Wilson Street will
b:e overlaid with asphalt,
along with new lighting,
which will provide ,,
additional security for that
area of our downtown.
In tough economic
times the city of Crestview
continues to find ways
to serve the needs of our
citizens. Congratulations
to Wayne Steele and his
crew for making all these
projects possible at a
considerable cost savings.
tp the city through the
"de ot "in-house" labor
ltr se\ eral of the street
r rfacing endeavors.


"Message from the
Mayor" with Crestview
Mayor David Cadle and
TIaurel Hill Mayor Vizell
1obbins appears in the
fNews Bulletin following city
council meetings.
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Head Start


Trike-A-Thon raises


money for St. Jude


Special to the News Bulletin

Okaloosa County
Head Start had its second
annual Trike-A-Thon
on Oct. 10 to help raise
money for the St. Jude
Children's Research
Hospital.
A total of 324 children
ages birth to four years
old, participated in the

Okaloosa Head Start


event with their parents
and family members
at all eight locations in
Crestview, Laurel Hill,
Niceville and Fort Walton
Beach.
TheHeadStartprogram
will be able to exceed last
year's donations and
would like to thank all
the people who came out
and supported them.

Special to the News Bulletin
employee June Williams


is shown with Jason Peoples, Shanna Couch,
LaTracy Couch, Tionna Dortch, Martia Hurst and
Trinity Davis during the Head Start's
Trike-A-Thon on Oct. 10.


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Lavonne and Bill Masek with Firefighter Sean O'Brien.
"North Okaloosa firefighters saved my life," said Mrs.
Masek. Firefighters quick and professional response to
Ms. Masek's medical emergency provided a vital link in the
chain of survival. Both Mr. and Mrs. Masek hope you'll vote
Yes on the NOFD Charter Amendment 1 on November 4.
"We need those firefighters." For the entire interview with
the Masek's, log on to cvctv.info and click on Community
Channel. Vote Yes on NOFD Amendment 1.


NOFD responded to a dryer fire at the Yates residence. Mr.
Michael Yates says the quick response and professional action
saved their home. Pictured above are Michael and Jennifer
Yates with children (clockwise from left) Megan, Nicholas,
Erica, Brooklyn. For the complete interview log on to cvctv.
info and click on Community Channel. Vote Yes on NOFD
Charter Amendment 1.


Charlie Carroll, a 25-year firefighter veteran and retired member
of the Crestview Fire Department, received his insurance renewal
notice and was floored to find his home was listed with an ISO
of 9. He contacted his insurance agent and had the information
corrected to show that even though he has a Laurel Hill address,
he is in the North Okaloosa Fire District. His ISO rating was
corrected to a 5. Mr. Carroll says he saves $637 per year on
his homeowner's insurance because he resides in the North
Okaloosa Fire District. He urges you to vote Yes on the NOFD
Charter Amendment 1. For the complete interview log on to
cvctv.info and click on Community Channel. Vote Yes on NOFD
Charter Amendment 1.


There are more than 8,000 homes and other buildings
in the North Okaloosa Fire District
A fire like this happens about once a monh.

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Can you afford NOT to have a full-time
Fire Department?


The quick response by the North Okaloosa
firefighters from the John King Station resulted in a
quick knockdown and extinguishment of an attic fire
which was caused by a lightning strike. "The NOFD
firefighters saved our home," they said. Pictured
above are Mike and Michelle Speegle in front of their
home. For the complete interview log on to cvctv.info
and click on Community Channel. Vote Yes on NOFD
Charter Amendment 1.


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The average age of our apparatus is 21+ years.


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BLEACHERS


SCHEDULE
Today
Middle School Cross
Country
Richbourg, Davidson at
Destin Invitational, 4 p.m.

Thursday
High School Volleyball
Baker at Walton, JV 5 p.m.,
V.6 p.m.
Pace at Crestview, JV 4 p.m.
V 5 p.m.
Pensacola Christian at Laurel
Hill, JV 5 p.m., V 6 p.m.

Junior Varsity Football
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, 4 p.m.

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

Friday
High School Football
Fort Walton Beach at
Crestview, 7 p.m.
Holmes County at Baker, 7 .
p.m.

AMVETS Post 35 Golf
Tournament
The AMVETS Post 35 will
be holding a golf tournament
at Foxwood Country Club on
Saturday.
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
'nulliigar,:, throws and use of
red tees available for a dollar
each.
For more information
contact John Rice at
jrice61 @cox.net

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

Christian Thomhave
Memorial Tournament
The Christian Thomhave
Memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament is set for Friday
at 1 p.m. at Foxwood
Country Club.
. Play in the two-person
scramble begins at 1 p.m.
with a shotgun start.
The tournament funds
a-scholarship at Northwest
Florida State College
(formerly Okaloosa-Walton
College) in memory of
Christian Thomhave.
There will be six flights in
the tournament with cash
prizes in each flight.
Flights will be determined
according to handicaps and
playing abilities.
Entry fee is $34 for
Foxwood members and $44
for non-members.
Mail entry fee to Foxwood
Country Club, 4927 Antioch
Rd., Crestview, 32536.
For more information call
B.J. Thomhave at 682-2012
or 826-2012.

Football tryouts
The Crestview
Thunderbirds semi-pro
football team will hold tryouts
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 are at Old Spanish
Trail Park. Wear shorts,
shirt and cleats if possible.
Contact Coach Taylor at
305-2317 or e-mail coach@
crestviewthunderbirds.com
with any questions. Players
should be 18 or older. The
team will compete in the
Premier Football League.


Terry Barner I Florid:, Freedom- Ne,,spaper.
Crestview quarterback Blake Ritchie turns to hand the ball off this past Friday against Mosley.


UPSET IN THE




MAKING

Dawgs take on No. 3 Fort Walton Beach


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Make no bones about
it. The Crestview football
team needs a win in a big
way Friday night against
. Fort Walton Beach in a
key District 2-4A game.
The Bulldogs (2-4, 0-1)
have lost their last three
games the last two by
a total of 10 points.
"The bottom line
is we've been beaten
by four pretty good
clubs (Niceville, Pace,
Choctawhatchee and
Mosley)," Crestview
coach Matt Brunson
said. "We knew going in
our schedule was going
to be tough, and we were


going to have our hands
full each week.
"Like we've said
before, if you don't have
your 'A' game on you
are going to get beat this
week."
Things don't get any
easier this week when
the Vikings, ranked
No. 3 in Class 4A, come
calling.
One of Fort Walton
Beach's wins is by
forfeit. But in the other
five games the Vikings
(6-0, 1-0) have given up
a total of 27 points and
posted three shutouts.
"I think Fort Walton
Beach is scary good, and
they arq the fastest team
on turf," Brunson said.


"They have great ones
on defense at almost
every position, and you
win championships with
defense.
"They are very big,
very athletic and very
fast, and those things
equate to success
defensively."
Even without running
back Matt Coffee, who
has committed' to South
Carolina but is out for the
season with an injury, the
Vikings haven't missed a
beat.
Akeem Spence is a
massive 300-pounder
who anchors the Fort
Walton Beach front, along
with fellow 300-pounder
T.J. Boyet. Both players


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are big, and both; are
capable of running 'the
40-yard dash in under
five seconds.
Rashad Smith, last
season's area big school
Defensive Player of the
Year, is having another
great season, averaging
nine tackles a game. Sean
Evans leads a deep and
experienced secondary.
Crestview offensive
lineman Darius Smith
will give up 100 pounds
to both Spence and

See UPSET B3


Baker not looking past Holmes County

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


BAKER-It didn'ttake
the Baker football team
long to rebound from a
28-22 loss to Walton this
past Friday.
Moments after the
defeat, the Gators (4-2,
2-0 in District 1-2B) could
be heard laughing in the
locker room adjacent to
the Walton gym.
Having already
defeated South Walton
and Northview in district
play, Baker stepped up a
classification against the
Braves and almost pulled
off the upset.
The Gators should
return to district play
Friday night with extra
confidence when they
host Holmes County
(1-6, 0-1) in a game that


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Cameron Domangue (with ball) gets a block from Kellan Meeks (34) and Cam-
eron Davis (49) during Baker's game against Northview.


could put the Gators on
the threshold of a playoff
berth.
"(Walton) we knew
was a big challenge for
us, and we just felt if we


could be competitive in
the game it would show
us that we do have a
pretty good football
team," Baker coach Bob
Kellogg said. "I think


that's what it showed us,
that we have the potential
to play with anybody.
"I was real concerned

See BAKER B3


Crestview's 2-4 record is misleading


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

There's an old saying
in sports that no team is
as bad as it looks when
it's losing or as good
as it looks when it's
winning.
That especially holds
true for the Crestview
High School football


team this year.
The Bulldogs
currently are 2-4. Yet on
closer inspection they
aren't that far away
from having a winning
record.
Three of Crestview's
losses to Niceville,
Choctawhatchee and
Mosley have come by
a combined 12 points.


In the fourth loss,
against Pace, the
Bulldogs outgained the
Patriots in a game that
was closer than the final
score of 37-13 indicated.
A couple of breaks
here or there and the
Bulldogs could be 4-2,
5-1 or maybe even 6-0.
Of course the "What
if" game doesn't do


much when a team is
scratching for the wins
that are hard to come by.
When the ball is
bouncing the other
way, it seems as if every
penalty is magnified and
turnover is scrutinized.
(An example of this
can be found in the

See MISLEADING B3


BOYS GOLF
District 2-2A tourney
Crestview's season
ended with a seventh-place
finish at the district meet at
Panama City Country Club.
Crestview: Jay Morgan
91, Mike Taylor 94, Anthony
Perez 95, Cory Peaden 95.

GIRLS GOLF
District 2-2A tourney
Crestview concluded
its season at the district
tournament at the Raven
Golf Club in Sandestin.
Crestview: Kenna Rogers
118, Karen Jones 123, Erica
Newman 128.

VOLLEYBALL
Baker 3, Jay 0
The Gators honored
seniors Courtney Fountain
and Kali Flanders in a
pre-game ceremony. And
to make the celebration
complete the Gators closed
out District 1-2A regular
season play with a 3-0
sweep of rival Jay by scores
of 25-15, 25-17 and 25-12.
Baker: Kali Flanders 2
aces, 3 blocks, 4 kills; Mollie
Royal 4 aces, 3 assists, 3
digs, 4 kills; Lauren Griffith
4 aces, 19 assists, 3 digs;
Courtney Fountain 3 digs, 5
kills; Kaitlyn Hunter 14 digs;
Alyssa Horn 2 blocks, 6 kills;
Kaylee Bradley 2 aces, 6
kills.

Fort Walton Beach 3,
Crestview 0
Emily Lyerly (32 assists)
directed the Vikings to a
District 1-5A win against the
Bulldogs on Oct. 14, 25-18,
25-19, 25-19.

Walton 3, Laurel Hill 0
The Braves swept the
Hoboes, 25-18, 25-13, 25-
14 on Oct. 14.
Laurel Hill: Amanda King
3 kills, 3 aces, 7 digs, 1
block; Elizabeth VanWinkle 5
digs, 3 assists, 1 ace; Jami
Sheets 2 aces, 3 assists, 3
digs.

Naverre 3, Crestview 2
Navarre edged Crestview
on Oct. 15, 24-16, 25-20,
28-26, 25-21,15-12
Crestview: Alicia Dukes
23 kills, 6 blocks, 7 digs, 2
assists, 1 ace; Erin Koester
8 digs, 2 aces; Jacey
Sanders 21 assists, 5 aces;
;Sara Hamilton 4 kills, 5
blocks, 1 dig.

Crestview 3,
Pine Forest 2
Crestview turned the
tables on Pine Forest, 27-25,
25-6, 20-25,13-25,15-12.
Crestview: Alicia Dukes
12 kills, 11 blocks, 3 digs, 1
assist, 7 aces; Lauren Estep
11 kills, 10 blocks, 3 digs, 1
assist; Jacey Sanders 2 kills,
2 blocks, 3 digs, 19 assists,
2 aces; Erin Koester 9 digs,
4 aces.

John Paul II Catholic
3-3, Laurel Hill 0-0
Tallahassee John Paul
II Catholic swept a pair of
matches from Laurel Hill
on Thursday in a possible
preview of the District 1-1 A
title match.

CROSS COUNTRY
Pace Open
Crestview finished
fourth out of 11 in the team
standings in the boys and
girls events.
Crestview boys:
Jacob Gourlie 16:41; Dylon
Brown 17:30; Dylan Tillman
17:47; Corey Smith 17:48;
Connor Marshall 18:22;
Cameron Sanchez 18:11;
Blake Shefflar 18:19.
Crestview girls: Lauren
Day 20:17; Taylor Polk
21:52; Elise Jenkins 24:56;
Annessa Heatley 24:54;
Katelyn Barton 26:28.


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Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor i l, ..t. _T-,A
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Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's Chris Pickett tries to elude a Mosley defender this
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The Baker band played the school song after a Gator
score during Baker's win against Northview earlier
this month.


MOSLEY 28,

CRESTVIEW 21


osley Crestview
has Crestview 3 3 0 15 21 had a
scored at Mosley 0 7 7 14 28 chance
east 28 1ST QUARTER to build a
points in CRESTVIEW- J.T. Arnold 32 field goal, 6:32 bigger early
ill four 2ND QUARTER lead as
meetings MOSLEY Tisten McCathern 10 run (Hiller Mosley lost
between kick), 6:51 .two fumbles
he teams CRESTVIEW- J.T. Arnold 42 field goal, 4:14 on its first
since 3RD QUARTER 10 plays
2005. MOSLEY Justin Broxton 7 run (Hlller kick) 2:17 ---
4TH QUARTER Mosley's
CRESTVIEW- Jordan Glover 11 run (Jordan Glover Justin
run), 10:38 Broxton
MOSLEY-- Micah Miller 23 run (kick failed), 8:22 had 103
MOSLEY listen McCathern 28 run (rlisten Mc- yards
Bad break Cathern pass from Eddie Williams), 2:53 rushing;
Part I: CRESTVIEW Alien Caldwell 65 kickoff return Tristen
CHS had (J.T. Arnold kick) 2:47 McCathern
a potential d had 109
o-ahead PLAYER STATISTICS total yards


TD nul-
lified by
penalty in
the fourth
quarter.
Mosley
came up
with an
INT in the
end zone
on the
next play
Bad break
Part II:
CHS
then was
whistled
for 30
yards
worth of
penalties
on the
final
Mosley
scoring
drive


OFFENSE \
PASSING Crestview, Blake Ritchie 4-10-1-56
RUSHING Crestview, Jordan Glover 32-200, Chase
Boals 1-6, Jason Parker 1-4, Jerry Slier 1-3, Chris Pickett'
2-1
RECEIVING Crestview, Artis Coleman 3-54, Chris
Pickett 1-6


\ The
Dolphins
recovered
a CHS
onside
kick
after Allen


DEFENSE Cal(
Crestview tackles-assists-total (total also includes sacks) |
-Gabe Goodson 6-10-16, Josh Jadin 1-5-6, Darius retur
Robbins 1-5-6, Keyshawn Thomas 3-2-5, Cody Swenbeck TD t
0-5-5, Billy Grace 3-1-4, B.J. McClure 1-3-4, Chris Briley th
1-2-4, Ben Baber 0-3-4, George Frye 0-4-4, Amond
Robinson 2-0-2, Jerry Slier 2-0-2, Donquel Dorsey 1-0-1,


Mitch Kertis 0-1-1.
Sacks Ben Baer 1, Chris Briley 1
Opponent's fumbles forced Amond Robinson, B.J.
McClure
Opponent's fumbles recovered George Frye.
TEAM STATISTICS
CRESTVIEW
TOTAL NET YARDS 270
NET YARDS RUSHING 37-214
NET YARDS PASSING 4-10-1-56


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to seal
he win

Gabe


Goodson's
16 tackles
are a
single-
game
season-
high for
any CHS
player this
season


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Baker fans enjoy the action during the Gators' game
against Northview.


WALTON 28,

This is the BAKER 22
closest
game Baker 12 3 0 7 -
between Walton 6 14 8 0 -
the two 1ST QUARTER
teams BAKER Cameron Domangue 80 run (kii
since the failed), 11:44
series BAKER Marcus Jones 8 run conversiono
revived 3:31
in 2005: WALTON Isaac Jackson 10 run (conversion f
Waltnn 0:00


Cameron
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ck and scored
on Baker's
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won each WALTON- Tarrell Bramlet 44 run (Brandt Ellenberg pass
of the from Tarrell Bramlet) 7:32 \
three past BAKER David Beck 25 FG, :10
meetings WALTON Isaac Jackson 64 run (conversion Marcus
by at least /failed), :00 Jones'-
25 points 3RD QUARTER 8-yard
WALTON Isaac Jackson 4 run (Isaac Jackson run), 2:27 TD run:
4TH QUARTER capped.
Walton BAKER Kellan Meeks 2 run (David Beck kick), 7:36 a 58-yard,
rnnin drive that.
back PLAYER STATISTICS put Baker'
Isaack OFFENSE ahead
Isaac PASSING Baker, Cameron Domangue 7-14-1-76. 12-
Jackson RUSHING- Baker, Cameron Domangue 28-201,1
was Marcus Jones 11-60, Kellan Meeks 8-33.
credited RECEIVING Baker, Tyler Holley 3-46, Kellan Meeks
with 255 3-28, Billy Whatmough 1-2. Cameron
rushing Cameron
yards DEFENSE Domangue
on the Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss not included has run for
night, the in total) David Beck 9-6-16, Josh Williams 4-8-12, more than
highest Marcus Jones 8-3-11, Dakota Hooper3-8-11, Billy 200 yards
total by Whatmough 4-3-7, Jacob Lawson 4-3-7, Christian Mainor in five of
a Braves 4-2-6, Kellan Meeks 3-3-6, Tyler Moberly 2-2-4, Brandon Baker's six
back in Ates 2-1-3, Tyler Jones 1-2-3, Tyler Holley 1-2-3, Cam- games this
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years; Fumbles forced-Tyler Moberly, David Beck, Jacob \
score on Lawson
the final awson
play of the Fumbles recovered Marcus Jones, Tyler Holley Baker's
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ahead to FIRST DOWNS 16 15 David
stay after TOTAL NET YARDS 370 411 Beck ag
Baker NET YARDS RUSHING 47-294 41-361 the team's
grabbed NET YARDS PASSING 7-14-1-76 4-5-0-50 Defensive
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UPSET continued from B1


Boyet, and he admitted
some concerns about going
against the jumbo tackles.
He also said the Bulldog
offense must do its part if
Crestview is to pull off the
upset win.
"Their size presents
problems with them rushing
through me because I'm
not all the big and they
are pretty huge," he said.
"But we have to hold onto
the ball and run down the
clock.
"It's important for us to
keep their offense off the
field because they do have
a pretty explosive offense."
The Vikings aren't
exactly slouches on offense
either.


Junior quarterback Luke
Barnes has completed 61
percent of his passes for
almost 1,100 yards and 10
touchdowns without an
interception. He also has
rushed for 172 yards and
three touchdowns.
Charlie Lott is Fort
Walton Beach's leading
rusher with 230 yards and
four scores.
Will Wamble, with 19
receptions for 274 yards,
leads a quintet of Viking
receivers who have more
than 10 catches. Robert
Willis has 14 catches for 204
yards.
"Those boys are getting
it done at a good rate,"
Brunson said, "They've got


some boys that can run.
"Offensively Luke
Barnes is getting it done,
and they've got a lot of
good players all over the
field. They don't have any
great ones, but they have a
lot that are real good."
Bulldog linebacker Gabe
Goodson, who had 16
tackles in last week's loss to
Mosley, admits he'd rather
be facing another running
team. But he thinks the
Bulldog defense will be
ready for the Viking passing
game.
"The passing game is a
little different because we
have to adjust our keys and
get ready for that," he said.
"Luke Barnes hasn't thrown


an interception all year and
we are going to try and
create some turnovers.
"He's good, but.he's not
unbeatable. We have to let
them know if they catch the
ball they are going to get hit
and make them not want to
catch the ball."
Goodson's fellow
linebacker, Ben Baber,
respects Fort Walton
Beach's ability to throw
the ball, but pointed out
the Vikings are not a one-


dimensional team.
"They can throw
the ball well, and they
have a running .game
that complements their
passing," he said. "They
have a good offense and a
really stout defense.
"If we can hold them to
about 14 points we think
we can win the'game."

Visit our online Crestview
football reference page at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


' FRIDAY'S GAME Fast Fact: Fort Walton
Fort Walton Beach (6-0) at Beach is 14-2 In the regular
Crestview (2-4) season since a loss at
Radio: WAAZ-WJSB Crestview in 2006.


BAKER continued from B1


going in because of
(Walton's) athleticism all
over the field and the size of
their line is no comparison
to our kids. It was a tribute
to our kids that we had an
opportunity to win that
game. And I think it makes
us feel better if we keep
working and keep focused
we have a shot to compete
for the district title."
If Baker beats the Blue
Devils and Northview beats
Vernon then the Gators
will wrap up the district
championship.
If the Yellow Jackets
beat the Chiefs the worst-
case scenario for the Gators
has Vernon, Baker and
South Walton meeting in a
shootout on Nov. 10.
Kellogg isn't thinking to
ahead to a shootout (but he
,is stressing to the team that
a win will assure them no
worse than the shootout).
He naturally prefers that
Northview beat Vernon to


avoid the possibility of a
shootout.
For now Kellogg is
thinking about the Blue
Devils, who might be better
than their record indicates.
"We beat Bonifay the last
two years, and they had
more athletes than us," he
said. "I knew the teams we
play in our next two'district
games can match us with
athletes, and Vernon will
have more.
"It just shows us that we
can compete, and we are
excited about that. We just
have to keep our focus and
take one game at a time. If
we execute we are pretty
good."
The biggest challenge
facing Kellogg and his staff
this week might be keeping
the Gators from looking
past Holmes County.
"The avenue we are
going is we haven't blown
them out in the past and it's
been a down-to-the-wire


game for us every time,"
Kellogg said. "They know
their athletes can match
ours, and they've got a lot
of those athletes back from
last year.
"I looked at them and
they played some people,
close for a while. Their
problem is numbers, too,
like us. I think they've got
19 total. They play good
for a half (before they wear
down)."
Kellogg's biggest fear is
the Blue Devils might grab
some early momentum,
and then ride it to a win.
He's; stressing jumping on
Holmes County early and
taking the Blue Devils out
of their game.
Dakota Hooper doesn't
think the Gators will let
the Blue Devils grab the
momentum.
"We have to go out and
prepare for it like we do
every week," he said. "It's
going to be one of the most


important games of the
year. Since we only have
four district games we just
have them and Vernon left.
"All the district games
are really important. We try
not to take any games off,
but the district games are
more important."
David Beck echoed
Hooper's confidence.
"I think we can do pretty
good against them," he
said. "We've got some
weapons with our speed.
They've got size.and we've
speed on our side.
"If we play the way we
did against Walton we
should do pretty good. If
we play like that the rest
of the season we should go
pretty far."

FRIDAY'S GAME
Holmes County (1-6) at
Baker (4-2)
7 p.m.


. Billy Whatmough is
impressed with what he's
seen of Holmes County on
film and thinks the Blue
Devils are better than their
1-6 record.
He also believes the
Gators will take an
important lesson from the.
"Losing that game shows
us the only people that can
stop us are ourselves," he
said. "We came out and got
up two scores on them real
quick and then we throw an
interception and turn the
ball over, things like that.
If we execute and play our
game it's hard to stop us."

Visit our Baker football
online reference page at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.

Radio: WTJT
Fast Fact: Holmes County's
only win is against winless
Chipley.


MISLEADING continued from B1


Southeastern Conference.
Florida, Tennessee and
Georgia are the three
most penalized teams in
the league. Florida and
Georgia fans don't seem
to mind those numbers.
Their teams are winning
anyway. Tennessee is
the only team of those
three with a losing mark,
and the only one of'the
three whose fans are
complaining about the
penalties and accusing the
team of not having any
discipline.)


With so many close
losses, some people might
say Crestview is snake bit.
Dawgs coach Matt
Brunson points out his
squad has lost to some
pretty good football
teams.
Things don't get any
easier Friday night when
Fort Walton Beach visits
Jack Foster Stadium
for a big District 2-4A
game. The Vikings are
undefeated and the No.
3-ranked Class 4A team in
the state.
Brunson said the


Viking offense does a
good job of spreading the
ball around, but it's the
Fort Walton Beach defense
that has the Bulldog boss's
attention.
Brunson called the
Viking defense, "scary
good."
Looking at the Viking
record he might be right.
Fort Walton Beach
has allowed only 27
points this year and has
thrown three shutouts.
If the Bulldogs hope to
win Friday they'll need
a big effort of their own


defensively.
Crestview's defense
will need to force some
turnovers that allow the
offense to play on a short
field.
If the Bulldogs can keep
it close going into the
fourth quarter anything
can happen.
The Bulldogs almost
followed that recipe to an
upset win over the Vikes
in 2004, when Fort Walton
Beach escaped with a 7-0
victory.
With an, upset win the
Bulldogs would very


much be in the playoff
hunt. If they lose, they'll
need for both Navarre and
Fort Walton Beach to beat
Choctaw. And they would
need to beat Navarre on
Oct. 31.
In essence Friday is do
or die time for Crestview.
Time will tell if the Dawgs
are up to the challenge.

See News Bulletin Sports
Editor Randy Dickson and
News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright make their video
picks for Friday's games at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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The Crestview 7-8 team executes a quarterback keeper.

Young Dawgs, Gators square off
Special to the News Bulletin
Football teams from the Baker Area Youth Association and Crestview Area Youth
Association teams played each other this past Saturday.
Baker won the 7-8 game 32-0.
The young Gators won the 9-10 game 26-6.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2008


NOMC Women's
Advisory Board
adopts two
classes
Special to the News Bulletin

The North Okaloosa
Medical Center Women's
Advisory Board has
announced it will
participate in the Okaloosa
County Adopt-A-School
program. This year the
committee adopted Kim
Leavins' first-grade class
at Baker School and Pat
Houston's fourth-grade
class at Northwood
Elementary.
"We adopt two
classrooms every year. As a
committee we feel that it's
important that we reach
out to the children in our
community. Our goal is to
teach them about their local
hospital and to educate
them on the importance
of good health," said Pam
Meadows, Chairwoman,
NOMC Women's Advisory
Committee. "We also
read with the children
on a monthly basis and
participate in their holiday
celebrations."
The NOMC Women's


-
Special to the News Bulletin
The North Okaloosa Medical Center Women's Advi-
sory Board has adopted Kim Leavins' 1st grade class
at Baker School and Pat Houston's 4th grade class
at Northwood Elementary.
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and their loved ones.


Special to the News Bulletin

Shaw recognized by 919th
Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee Chair-
man Betsy Miller, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, presents a plaque to
Craig Shaw, Shaw Moving and Storage, in recognition of his service in
2007-08 as Honorary Wing Commander, 919 SOW. The plaque was pre-
sented on behalf of Col. Steve Chapman, Commander, 919 SOW.


Wal-Mart Foundation gives $15,006


to country
Special to the News Bulletin

The Wal-Mart
Foundation recently
presented a $15,000
donation to Okaloosa
County Take Stock in
Children. The funds will
support 107 Take Stock
in Children scholars
currently being served in
Okaloosa County as they
work toward achieving
their educational goals.
"We are sincerely
grateful to Wal-Mart for
their continued support of
Okaloosa County children
intheTakeStockinChildren
program, especially during
these difficult economic
times," said Dr. Alexis
Tibbetts, Superintendent
of Schools. "This donation
will significantly help our
stand out students achieve
a college education,
encouraging them to
continue working hard
in school and keeping a
disciplined lifestyle."
Take Stock in Children
helps at-risk students
from low-income families
succeed by providing
college and vocational
scholarships, volunteer
mentors, tutoring, early
intervention and long-
term support. The students


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(From right to left) Kaye McKinley, Okaloosa Schools
Foundation Director, Ray Sansom, Florida House,
Speaker-Designate, Alexis Tibbetts, Superintendent
of Schools, Joel Hullet, Wal-Mart, Cindi Marsiglio,
Wal-Mart and Cindy Frazier, Take Stock in Children
Coordinator gather at the Destin Wal-Mart store to
present a $15,000 donation to Okaloosa County Take
Stock in Children.


involved make an early
commitment to graduate
high school and seek a
post secondary education.
High standards, parental
involvement, and
community support are
crucial to the program's
success.
This is the third year
Wal-Mart has .given to
Okaloosa County Take
Stock in Children. Last
year, Wal-Mart's $15,000
donation provided
college scholarships for
three Okaloosa students.


This year the donation
will benefit all of the
organization's programs.
"This generous
contribution from Wal-
Mart comes at a time
when budget constraints
severely impact charitable
donations for programs
like ours throughout the
county," said Okalopsa
Public Schools Foundation
Director Kaye McKinley.
"Wal-Mart sees the value
of our program and
continues to give back to
the community."


CCB Community Bank sponsors RMH event


Special to.the News Bulletin

CCB Community Bank
in Crestview helped
sponsor the Ronald
McDonald House Black
Tie Bowling on Oct. 11.
Employees of CCB and
their guests participated
in Wacky Bowling.
Competitors bowled
with an eye patch,
granny-bowled forwards
and backwards and with
the opposite hand, while
dressed in formal gowns
and tuxedos.
CCB Community
Bank was honored to be
a sponsor and supporter
for the Ronald McDonald
House in Pensacola.


Special to the News Bulletin
CCB Community Bank employees take a moment
to greet Ronald McDonald during the recent Ronald
McDonald House Black Tie Bowling event.
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The Ronald McDonald gowns. The bank
House is a wonderful employees send a special
charity for children and thank you to the Ronrld
families in need. McDonald House and
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Bank thanks the Red allowing them to take
Raspberry for donating part in such an exciting
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1J A 54-person Gulf Power storm team spent almost two weeks restoring power
a in Alvin, Texas, following Hurricane Ike. The crew assisted Texas New Mexico
Sic Power in an area south of Houston.


Hurricane-stricken areas



praise restoration help

Special to the News Bulletin were knocked over, and into areas in Louisiana to


Residents and officials
in areas affected by
hurricanes Ike and Gustav
are commending efforts
by Gulf Power crews who
worked in September with
local utilities to restore
power in Louisiana and
Texas.
A 54-person crew
worked 13 consecutive
days iii Alvin, Texas, for
Texas New Mexico Power
Company after Hurricane
Ike.
The city of 20,000
residents south, of
Houston was completely
without power after the
hurricane hit.
Trees were blown onto
power lines and poles


debris in the streets made
it difficult for bucket
trucks to maneuver. The
area hadn't experienced
a hurricane in about 25
years.
Earlier in September,
a 51-person storm team
worked in Louisiana
for Central Louisiana
Electric Company
following Hurricane
Gustav. Two teams also
worked in Louisiana and
Texas helping Entergy
assess damage to its
system following both
hurricanes.
Rhett McSween,
who works out of Gulf
Power's Crestview office,
said they had to use four-
wheel drive trucks to get


replace broken or downed
poles and restore power
in the area.
"The biggest challenge
was just trying to
coordinate with CLECO
and get a routine going,"
he said. "Once we got
going, the work wasn't
that bad. It was just a
matter of finding a lot of
the lines that were down
because they were in
fields."
Gulf Power works
with other utilities in the
Southeast to respond to
storm restoration, and is
one of the few utilities that
has been recognized two
years in a row for both
restoration and assistance
work in the same year.


what's


From staff reports

-TODAY
HEALTH & WELLNESS
MEETING SCHEDULE: The
t"e t icv Chamber Health &
llnec. Committee will have
4meeinn, ceach week the entire
month of October leading up to
tie Healhr Fair. Details: 682-'
3212
Meetings are at 8 a.m.
Tue;lda, on Oct. 22 and 29 at the
Sdiarmber office located at 502. S.
Miun Si
'e THE CONSTITUTION:
TIhe U.S. Constitution will be
*eplained today at 7 p.m. at the
Crestview Knights of Columbus
Hall, 701 E. James Lee Blvd.
"If Guest speaker Marty Lester,
resident of the Okaloosa-
Walton County Bar Association,
will discuss the document's .
-liistory, and the importance of
opting.
qi Light refreshments are free
of charge.
WALKER EVENTS:
Book fair through Friday.
r INTERNATIONAL
UTTERING AWARENESS
DAY: is today, and the
Stuttering Foundation provides
'a free list of local resources of
speech-language pathologists in
" our area.
-_ Call 800-992-9392, or visit
4'ww.stutteringhelp.org and
click on "Referrals" for a listing
of local therapists.

NORTH OKALOOSA

CRESTVIEW
HALLOWEEN: The City
of Crestview will observe
the traditional Halloween for
children on Oct. 31 from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m.
ROTARY CLUB FUND-
RAISER: The Rotary Club of
Crestview will have a children's
"fishing" booth set up.from 3
to 5 p.m. at the Saturday Fall
" Festival in Crestview, and catfish
dinner plates will be available
for purchase starting at 5 p.m.
Their booth will be located at
the intersection of Main St. and
-W. Beech Ave.
MT. ZION WORKSHOP
& CELEBRATION: "A Night
in His Presence," featuring
praise, worship and dance will
be held at Mount Zion AME
Church at 502 McDonald St.
in Crestview. It starts with a
Friday, workshop and ends with
a Saturday, celebration. Both
events start at 6 p.m.
EARLY VOTING:
continues now through Nov.
1 at the Crestview library on
Commerce Drive. Hours are
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
ART SHOW: The Local
Arts Club will be displaying
their art work at the Westwood
Retirement Center (1001 Mar
Walt Drive, Fort Walton Beach)
on Thursday 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


* COMMUNITY EVENTS UW
Blvd. in Crestview. a.m. in the library meeting
The free event will feature room on Commerce Drive in
information on mammogram Crestview.
techniques and how they help Nov. 4 "The Making of
doctors diagnose, evaluate and the Crazy Horse Memorial by
treat women who have had Dennis Standing Bear Campos,
breast cancer. A light dinner a descendant of Crazy Horse.
will be served, and door prizes CHRISTMAS PARADE
will be presented. Reservations SIGNUP: The Main Street
required; call Jane Lindberg at Crestview Association is taking
689-8446. entries for the City of Crestview
GIRLS NIGHT IN: A Christmas Parade. Only the
celebration of women and a first 125 paid parade entry
Relay for Life Event, will be applications will be accepted
held Thursday from 5 pm. to in the parade, with only half
8 p.m. in Northview Plaza in of those reserved for floats.
Crestview (by Cinema 3). The deadline is Nov. 19 at 5
Many activities are planned, p.m. Cutoff could be sooner
including music, food, door depending on how soon the first
prizes, health and wellness. depending on how soon the first
prizes, health and wellness. 125 applications are received.
Wear your tiara, boas, glitter, 125 applcation
sequins, etc. to be entered in a Download an application
special drawing. from the City Web site at www.
There's room for more cityofcrestview.org/events.
vendors to participate. Call 428- Forms are also available at Bill
2787 for details, or get a form Kilpatrick's office at 198 N.
at Curves, 775 N. Ferdon Blvd. Wilson St. in Crestview (in the
Suite C. in Crestview from 7 west wing of City Hall), at the
a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday, Crestview Area Chamber of
or Saturday from 7 a.m. to noon. Commerce office on Main St.,
Ask for Lisa Brennan. at the Crestview News Bulletin,
USDA FOOD GIVEAWAY: Tanning & Hair Center, Window
Saturday, from 10 a.m. until the Fashions and other downtown
monthly food allowance has businesses. Please turn in entries
been given out. The giveaway to Bill Kilpatrick.
will be held at New Beginnings To volunteer your help or
Church, 412 W. James Lee for details, call Cindy Harris
Blvd., Crestview. For details, at 865-,8595, Micky Rytman at
contact Jimmy Smith at 689- 974-4369, or Bill Kilpatrick at
2988. New Beginnings is an 689-3722, est. 230.
equal opportunity provider. MEETING
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: RESCHEDULED: The next
The Knights of Columbus Parks Advisory Committee will
Ladies Auxiliary will host their be held Nov. 5 at the Crestview
annual bazaar on Saturday from Public Works Conference Room,
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Knights at 3 p.m.
of Columbus Hall at 701 U.S. Parks Advisory Committee
Highway 90 East in Crestview. meetings are held the first
Lunch will be available at a Wednesday of each month.
charge of $3.50 for a Filipino For details, call 689-5084.
plate of pancet, fried rice and For a list and directions to all
egg rolls. A hot dog plate will be Okaloosa County parks, visit
available for $1.50. www.okaloosafl.com online.
For details, call 689-1631 or FALL FESTIVAL FUND-
689-1208 after 6 p.m. RAISER: Nov. 9 from 2 to
WALKER EVENTS: RAISER: Nov. 9 from 2 to
PTO Parent's Night on 6 p.m. for the Holt Volunteer
Thursday includes reading for Fire Department at their station
the family, with dinner at 5:30, on U.S. Highway 90 on the
and games from 6 to 7 p.m. left after the caution light. A
Book Character Dress Up bouncing house/slide, fire truck
Oct. 31 at Walker Elementary views for the kids, games, raffles
School. Students should have and drawings are planned. Food
a book to go with their outfit. and drinks will be available for
Please do not pick scary a small fee. Details: Emily, 585-
costumes since pre-k students 9864.
are on campus. QUARTER BINGO: The
The school's Relay for Life Crestview Knights of Columbus
team is starting their fund- is now offering Quarter Bingo
raising effort for the year. To every Tuesday. The games run
participate, call 689-7220. from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The K of C
TOYS FOR KIDS: Nov. hall is located at 701 James Lee
2 in the Crestview Wal-Mart Boulevard, Crestview. Come
parking lot. Registration is from join the fun.
9:30 to 11 a.m. and costs $10
and a new, unwrapped toy. MISCELLANEOUS
All motorcycle enthusiasts
are welcome to participate in the FIREFIGHTER
event, a ride from Wal-Mart to FUNDRAISER: Friday at
the VFW on U.S. Highway 90. u a F Sd, y a
Outback Steakhouse, 601 E.
Music by Hat Trick, a cash door O St 2m 6
prize, and other activities are Gregory St., 12:30 2 p.m.
planned. Personal firefighter
TOYS FOR TOTS: A local attendants, they'll dish up your
Toys for Tots effort will collect favorite dishes and offer TIPS
toys for local children now for tips.
through Dec. 24. Luncheon is free, but
All toys collected will stay in reservations are required.
the local community. Proceeds benefit the American
Businesses or individual Lung Association.
interested in helping the Toys for PAXTON HERITAGE
Tots effort can contact Melinda FESTIVAL: Vendors,
Manchee at (850) 902-7351, or demonstrators and craftsmen are
e-mail Melina.manchee@yahoo. needed for the Saturday event
com. planned by the Paxton Ruritan
FIRST TUESDAY Club and the Masons. Call (850)
LECTURES: are held the first 892-4377 or 834-3031; or e-mail
Tuesday of each month at 10:30 alicem@gtcom.net.


I I E


Coldwell Banker
names top producers
Coldwell Banker United,
REALTORS Crestview Office
announced the following
agents as their top producers
for September. Carolyn Myler
took honors for top Sales
Agent and Sherry Burns took
honors for top Listing Agent
in the Crestview office.

16-year-olds can
donate blood
Northwest Florida Blood
Services, joining with other
blood centers throughout the
nation and state, is allowing
16-year-old blood donors to
donate beginning this fall. The
.teenager must have a parental
or legal guardian-signed
consent form prior to and each
time of donation and must
meet donation requirements.
A special consent form is
available on the website at
www.nfbcblood.org. The
special parental consent forms
may be obtained at any of
the blood centers or on blood
mobiles located in Pensacola,
Fort Walton and Panama
City or by calling Donor
Recruitment at 850-473-3853.
Other eligibility
requirements to donate
include being in good health
and weighing 110 pounds and
presenting a picture I.D. The
donation process takes less that
one hour and includes a health
history questionnaire, a basic
health screening including a
temperature, blood pressure,
pulse and iron check. The
actual draw itself only takes
about 7 to 12 minutes.
High school donors
represent the future of life
saving and early participation
is hoped to educate them to
become life long donors. It is
through education of young
donors that they will learn
civic responsibility and giving
back to the community.

EFCU's Youth Essay
Contest
Eglin Federal Credit Union
invites all youth members
between the ages of 15 and
18 to participate in their 2008
Youth Essay Contest.
The essay theme is: "What
does it mean to be financially
responsible? How can your
credit union help you achieve
your financial goals?" The
students are required to submit
a typed essay of no more than
700 words. The essays will be
judged on creativity, content,
clarity, and organization.
Results will be announced in
January 2009.
The first place winner will
be awarded a $500 scholarship,
and two runners up will each
be awarded a $100 American
Express gift card.
For additional information


and Official Rules, please go
to www.eglinfcu.org and click
on e-fcu Student Center, or call
862-0111 ext. 1316 or toll-free
1-800-367-6159.

Chamber events
The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce is
hosting the following ribbon
cuttings and other events:
The Oct. 22 ribbon cutting
for Dr. Michael P. Roberts'
office has been cancelled.
Call 682-3212 for more
details on any of these events.

UWF SBDC classes
Market to the Government
Who Me? Nov. 4, 9 a.m.
to noon. Free workshop
by SBDC and Procurement
Technical Assistance Center.
Preregistration recommended.
To register, call Michelle
Putfark at (850) 473-7826 or
Diane Miller at (850) 473-7830.
Visit the PTAC Web site at
www.fptac.org.
QuickBooks & Payroll Nov.
5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. $50 fee.
QuickBooks & Sales/Use
Tax Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. to noon.
$50 fee.
To register for the Nov. 5
and 6 classes, call 850-473-
7830.

Gulf Power donates
MREs to Red Cross
On Oct. 16, Gulf Power
donated more than 2,000
MRE meals to the American
Red Cross to help the agency
replenish a dwindling food
supply following the recent
hurricanes in Louisiana and
Texas.
"As part of hurricane
preparations we maintain
supplies such as MREs to
feed the extra workers we
bring after a hurricane," John
Hutchinson, Gulf Power's
General Manager of Corporate
Services said. "It doesn't look
like we will need these this
year, so we are donating them
to the Red Cross before they
expire next year."

ECPRO luncheon
The Emerald Coast Public
Relations Organization,
Tuesday, Oct. 28 luncheon is
at Angler's Beachside Grill
at 11:30 a.m. Speakers are
members Denise Boyd and
Jodie Jordan, both accredited
public relations professionals,
will share their knowledge
on the how members can and
should obtain accreditation.
Members and guests
are encouraged to attend.
Networking is followed by
'lunch at 11:50 a.m. Cost: $13
for members and $15 for non-
members.
Join ECPRO now for a
discount. Details: www.ecpro.
org.


Understanding Infant
Adoption
A free training class
on Understanding Infant
Adoption will be provided
on two different days, Nov. 4
and Nov. 5, through Catholic
Charities at Sacred Heart
Hospital, 5151 North Ninth
Ave., Pensacola, from 8:30 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m. in the lecture hall.
Lunch is provided. Free CEU
unites available.
The class is for federally
funded health clinic staff
and individuals who provide
pregnancy information and
referrals to women and teens.
Register online at www.
adoptionatwork.org or call
1-888-440-9800.

Health Intelligence
Summit
The Strategic Health
Intelligence Summit will be
held Nov. 13 and 14 at Hilton
Pensacola Beach Gulf Front.
It will bring together
national leaders in healthcare,
the Department of Defense,
Department of Veteran's
Affairs, research organizations,
insurance companies and
private sector innovators to
discuss and find solutions for
strategic health intelligence.
For details visit www.
strategichealthintelligence.
com or call (850) 438-4081.

Operation Cleansweep
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services and the
Department of Environmental
Protection are now collecting
and safely disposing of
cancelled, suspended
or unusable commercial
pesticides for the 9th annual
Operation Cleansweep.
Cleansweep collects and
disposes of pesticides to
protect agricultural workers,
emergency responders, the
public and the environment
from potential health and
environmental risks from
stored pesticides. Some
products are old and may be
stored in containers that are
deteriorating, while others,
such as chlordane and DDT,
can no longer be used legally.
To participate, commercial
pesticide applicators can
call the Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services toll-free at (877) 851-
5285 or download the sign up
form at www.flaes.org/pdf/
Flyer2006.pdf. Further details
available from www.dep.
state.fl.us / waste/ categories/
cleansweep-pesticides.
Homeowners wishing
to dispose of pesticides are
encouraged to contact their
local Household Hazardous
Waste program or visitwww.
earth911.org online.


Your loved one's smile, the way he or she told a
story- sometimes words can't do these moments
justice. For that reason, one of the ways we serve
you is by offering you a DVD tribute that says
more than words could ever express.


BRACKNEY
FUNERAL SERVICE
480 E. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32539
(850) 683-9898
Locally owned and operated
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BUSINESS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 20CA


Making


From our regional airport, you

CAN get from here to there


connections!

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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


A Labor Day holiday
weekend on the Emerald
Coast seemed just the
ticket for frazzled Dallas
marketing executive
Clyde Ponder. -
Less than two weeks
before he departed, almost
on whim, Ponder checked
flights from DFW and
was surprised to find he
could fly almost right into
Destin.
"I was expecting to
make connections in
Houston or Atlanta and
having to spend hours in
airports before I'd ever see
the beach," Ponder said.
Instead, he was able to
grab extra time to wrap up
work the Friday morning
before the holiday
weekend before heading
to the airport for his direct
flight to one of our local
airports.
Recently renamed
to reflect its expanding
service area, Northwest
Florida Regional Airport is
for many locals a traveler's
favorite secret.
Shorter lines through
security, plenty of
affordable parking, easy
access, uncomplicated
airport circulation and
shorter distances from
the terminal to the gate
combine to make one of
the nation's most flyer-
friendly regional airports.
For friends and family
members greeting arriving
flights, a free car waiting
area adjacent to the
parking lot is a welcome
alternative to the fuel-
wasting loops they'd have
to drive around -. and
around other Gulf area
airports.
Another benefit is the
airport's 10 minutes of
free parking that allow
drivers to leave their cars
unattended while they
run into the terminal to
check arrival times or help
an arriving friend with his
or her luggage.
A huge plus, especially
for travelers who
have experienced the
inconvenient, free-for-
all check-in atmosphere
at other airports, is there
is no need to check bags
and then wade through
snaking, crisscrossing
lines to recheck them with
TSA screeners at NWFRA.
The Transportation
Security Administration
has installed some of
its newest screening
equipment, machinery not
yet used in the nation's
biggest airports.
Because the distance
from the Jetway to
the luggage claim is
much shorter, arriving
passengers' luggage
arrives on the carousel
much quicker at VPS than
many area airports.
The regional airport
shares Eglin Air Force
Base's main runway and
is able to accommodate
larger aircraft than other
airports in the market. Five
major airlines currently


serve the airport, offering
direct flights to six handy
hubs.
To learn more about
our community airport,
I visited with Okaloosa
County Airports Director
Greg Donovan. From the
second floor conference
room, we could watch
uniformed Air Force
personnel and families
greet an arriving flight of
airmen coming home.

Brian Hughes: How
does Northwest Florida
Regional Airport fund its
activities?
Greg Donovan: It's
entirely based on user
fees. We're not dependent
on property taxes. Funds
come from concessions,
food, car rental, and gift
shop sales. We share that
revenue with the airlines
to keep their costs lower.
The number one
source of revenue for
us is actually the rental
cars. Number two is our
parking lot. Number three
is our concessions and
fourth is from the airlines
themselves.

BH: You share the
runway with Eglin.
What is the airport's
relationship with the Air
Force?
GD: The Air Force is
a great, great partner. In
fact, that's the reason this
airport is here.
Northwest Florida
Regional was here to
support the military
mission. It goes all the way
back to the 1950s. The Air
Force, when they look at
their ability to get military
personnel, support
personnel and their
families and dependents,
as well as the community
that surrounds here as
well, there's need.
Those people can't
fly on C-130s with the
military; they need to
have that commercial
component, and that
is why this airport was
established.

BH: How long is your
lease with the Air Force?
GD: We have a lease
until 2035, and that doesn't
mean in 2035 it goes away.
It means we renegotiate
the lease, so we're going
to be here for a long time.

BH: Will the base
realignment process
effect operations at the
airport?
GD: With all the
BRAC expansion that's
coming our way, we're an
important element for the
Air Force in general and
all the contractors that
support them. They can't
all fly military transport.

BH: A frequent
criticism is the absence
of a low-cost airline such
as Southwest. Have you
approached them?
GD: We are talking to
Southwest on a regular
basis. In the few months
I have been here we have


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulleti
Summer thunder clouds roll over Northwest Florida Regional Airport, one of our
area's major economic engines.


had two face-to-face
meetings.
Some airlines have
really what amounts to
very unhealthy margins.
They depend on very high
frequency, low yield, that
doesn't work when oil is
very high. Those very thin
margins make an airline
unhealthy.
Southwest is different.
They are a smart company.
That's why we think they
would be a very attractive
airline to have here.
We have five very fine
airlines that serve us right
now. It's important for
our community not to get
wrapped up in an airline
that's not here but use
what we have.
That demonstrates
to prospective airlines,
including Southwest,
about the viability of being
here. The five airlines
that we have here, that's
pretty good service for a
community of our size.

BH: How does the
airport support the local
business climate?
GD: If a company
looks to relocate either
to our area or to start up
operations here, one of
the first questions they
ask is, tell us about your
commercial air service.
That's very important to
them for their clients and
for their business.
Communities like
Crestview need to look
at us as the hometown
airport and know the value
it brings to a company that
relocates to Crestview.
The first question a
company is going to ask
is, "Tell us about your
local air service," not
something that's 50 or 60
miles away.

BH: How will the
airport being developed
in Panama City affect
Northwest Florida
Regional?
GD: Overall, having
a new airport in our
region is an exciting


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bullef,.
County Airports Director Greg Donovan pauses on the tarmac as newly arriving.
passengers disembark a Northwest Airlines jet in the background. ,


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Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulleti
Small lines, convenient access and service by five major airlines make Northwest
Florida Regional Airport a popular choice for travelers in our area.


thing. They're a relatively
small airport. They're
less than half the size of
activity here in terms of
passengers, and they're
really down to essentially
one airline if Delta and
Northwest merge.
We've got a very
distinct niche here. For
folks associated with the
Joint Strike Fighter, with
the Seventh Special Forces
Group, with any of the
military activity, we've
got the market here; we've
got the market for Destin.
We've got a great
synergy here, of having
five airlines serving more


than 800,000 passengers
a year at low cost to the
airlines. We've got some
great benefits I think the
new airport in Panama
City won't necessarily
have, and that's what
airlines look at.
Overall it will have
an impact on us. There's
a competition between
airports. There's a
competition between us
and Pensacola, too, but
that's OK. We've got great
attributes.

BH: What can we look
forward to in the near
future at our community


airport?
GD: Right now we've
got a $14 million project
to relocate the rental car
staging area. This is being
entirely funded by a usW
fee from car rentals.
At the same time we're
also building a new fuel
farm, and also new car6p
facility. We're marketing
to cargo airlines right
now.

See video of NorthweSt
Florida Regional Airport
and the News Bulletin's
visit with Greg Donovan
at our Web site, wwi6.
crestviewbulletin.com.


PILOT committee hears from UWF administrators

The Crestview Area often got from her mother: by their actions. He said to


Kyle Wright I Crestview News Bulletin
.. Dr. Joyce Gossom


Chamber of Commerce PILOT
(Professional Inspired Leaders
of Tomorrow) heard about
the principles and ethics of
leadership during its most
recent meeting.
Dr. Joyce Gossom, Associate
Dean of the University of
West Florida Emerald Coast,
described four principles of
leadership:
Make decisions
Build relationships
Don't burn bridges
Stick with your
principles
She closed with advice she


"Treat everyone the same.
The day you meet someone
who can put their shoes on
before they put on their socks,
that's the person you can
treat special. Until then, treat
everybody with the .same
level of decency and courtesy
and respect."
Dr. Jack Azzaretto, Dean of
the University of West Florida
Emerald Coast, followed with
his views on the ethics of
leadership.
He noted most people
judge themselves by their
intentions, but judge others


know the "trigger point"
that might cause you to take
actions others might find
questionable, no matter what
your true intentions.
He also had some tips
relating to motherly advice.
"Ask, could you run this
action by your mother and
she would say you made the
right decision," he said.
ThePILOTcommitteemeets
on the third Thursday of the
month. Contact the chamber
at 682-3212 for information on
how to join the chamber and
chamber committees.
'*


Kyle Wright I Crestview News Bulletin
Dr. Jack Azzaretto


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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 22. 2008


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Representatives
FLA BAR# 0036838
KRISTI MATTHEWS
813 Meadowlane Drive,
Apt B
Lebanon, Tennessee


LQ W!1.,03 3200
MORE AFTER THE LEGAL #100423
DECEDENT'S DATE OF NEW
DEATH IS BARRED. NOTICE OF AUCTION NfW It 10


The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
October 15, 2008.
GILLIS E. POWELL, JR.
FLORIDA BAR NO.
183427
POWELL POWELL &
POWELL
POST OFFICE BOX 277
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
32536
850-682-2757
ATTORNEYS FOR PER-
SONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE
SHARON SUE MOORE
53 PORT DIXIE BOULE-
VARD
SHALIMAR, FLORIDA
32579
P E R SON AL
REPRESENTATIVE
10/15/08
10/22/08


LEGAL# 120100


3/08/7 IN THE CIRCUIT
Personal Representative COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
10/22/08 AND FOR
10/29/08 OKALOOSA
____'__ -COUNTY, FLORIDA
I CASE NO.:
,* J 2008-DR-5348-S DI-
r Jl VISION: FAMILY
Legal .-JENNIFER RUTH M.
-A Legal # 100416 PINE ,
ENTSJ IN THE CIRCUIT Petitioner/Wife,


Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Statutes,
there will be a public
auction November 01,
2008 at 8:00 A.M. for
the following described
vphirles


Firewood for Sale: Pick
up or delivery available.
Call 398-1169
--^k


3220 |
1994 Ford
v i n # A Brand Name Kin, Pil-
1FTEX14N7RKB05973 lowtop set. New in las-
tic w/warr. $200,. Can
The auction will be held Deliver 850-255-3050
at 861 W. James Lee Brand N Qu
Blvd Crestview, Fla Pillowtop Set. In plastic
32536. Danco Transmis- w/warr. $165.Delivery
sion & Towing has the available 850-255-3050
right to turn down any --
and all bids. Bed A 100% all new Full
size mattress set in plastic
10/22/2008 w/warranty. $119.00.
LEGAL #100423 850-255-3050
NOTICE OF AUCTION
Pursuant to Section I 3230.
713.75. Florida Statutes, Auburn
there will be a public urYARD SALE
auc ation November 01, Sat. Oct25 7am-till 125
2008 at 8:00 AM. for Stephens Lane Off Au-
the following described burn Rd.) Limited Too
vehicles, girls clothes & misc.
1993 Dodge Baker
v i n # YARD SALE!
2B4GH25KOPR284577 Fri & Sat Oct 24, 25,
8AM-Till, 6958 Hwy.
The auction will be held 189 N (3 miles past
at 861 W. James Lee Mickeys)
Blvd Crestview, Fla
32536. Danco Transmis- Crestview
sion & Towing has the 3 Family Moving
right to turn down any Sale
and all bids. Fri. & Sat 5344 Lowell
---- j _Ua f e-l:, .


1100 Legal Advertising COURT OF THE FIRST and 10/22/2008 Mason Rd., off t lint
111 0- clssiliea iolices JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN and M--ason Rd. off 90.
1120 Public Notices,' AND FOR MARIONITO PINE 7am. Everything mustbab
,Announcements OKALOOSA Resp ..dent/Husbai- go. Furniuro TO baby
5 C s COUNT FLORIDA P ems, school books,key-
Rideshare CASJ NO TC 10 1 board & lots of interest-
1130 Adopions 2008-CP001103 S NOR DISSOLUTION Donate Your Vehicle ing stuff.
S150 Psnals IN RE ESTATE OF OF MARRIAGE Receive $1000 Grocery Crestview
its0 Lost RE: ESTATE OF Coupon United Breast 5 Family Garage
1 .. oFo JAMES D POGUE TO: Marionito Pine Cancer Foundation Free mily Garage
Deceased. Address Unknown Mammograms, Breast Sale
Cancer Info Sat. Oct.25 8am-?, 5838
NOTICE TO CREDI- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that www.ubcf.info Free Lake Dr. (off Airport),
1100 TORS an action has been filed Towing, Tax Deductible, baby, youth girls, adults
Leg 10 against you and that you Non-Runners Accepted, clothes, dresser, washer,
Legal # 100421 The administration of the are retired to serve a (888)468-5964. dryer, Ref., antique
estate of James D Pogue copy oi your written de- R-- (- dresser. 683-1908
IN THE CIRCUIT deceased, whose date of ftndses if any, to it on Ste-Run your ad State-
COURT IN AND FOR death was Augst 30, ven D. iller, PA., widely un your classified
OKALOOSA 2008, File Number whose address is 817 S ad in over 100 Florida .iliflf
COUN FLORIDA 2008CP-001103 S, is Univerit Drive, 122 newspapers reaching fu "
PROBATE DIVISION pending in the Circuit plantation, Florida over 4 MILLION readers
CASE NO.: Court for Okaloosa 33324 on or before for $475. Call this news- Crestview
2008-CP-000999 County, Florida Probate Nov. 11, 2008, and file paper or (866)742-1373 Bi Yard Sale
Division, the address of the original with the clerk for more details or visit: .B g Ya S
IN RE: ESTATE OF which is 101 James Lee of thisCourt at Florida www.florid-classifieds.com 248 Bracewell St Fri 24-
GWENDOLYN V. Boulevard East, Crest- before service on Peti- & Sat 25 from 6low tries
YCO LN C- view Florida 32536. tioner or im m ediatel y .ne.. ...,low price......
Deceased. Th names and ad thereafter. If you fal
dresses of the personal to do so, a default 3. ,rll'V
NOTICE TO CREDI- representative and the may be entered gnan nsiderin
TORS personal representatives against you for the Pregnant? Considering 3t"
I attorney are set forth be- relief demanded in adoption? A married cou-
The adrr,,n,..rration of the low the petition. pie, lar e extended fam- Crestview
eaGie :.l GWENDOLYN Copies of all court docu- ily, seeks to adopt. Fi- Foxwood
. rl) ING, deceased, All creditors of the dece- ments in this case, includ-, nancially secure. Ex- Addition
lc.:.e date of death was dent and other persons ing orders, are available senses paid. Call Karen ,,, i o
Auq..'.L 6, 2008, and having claims or de- at the Clerk of the Circuit & Kevin. lask for mi- Nel hborhood
.*.-,:.e Social Security mands against Court's office. You may c h e Ie / a d a m rd Sale
Number is N/A is en- decedents estate on review these documents 800790-5260. FL Bar# Saturday, October 25,
r.g ;, the Circuit Court whom a copy of this no upon request. 150789. from 7AM ?? Orlimar,
*or Okaloosa County, twice has been served must ou must keep the Titanium, Traxx &
Ior.da. Probate Division, file their claims with this Clerk of the ircuit Leyand Antioch Rd. to
the address of which is court WITHIN THE Court's office notified "" Leyland r. then right onto
101 James Lee Blvd., LATER OF 3 MONTHS of your current ad- i Orlimar. Items include:
East Crestview Florida AFTER THE TIME OF,' dress. (You may file furniture household
32536. The name and THE FIRST PUBLICA Notice of Current Single white male 70 items, children clothing,
address of the personal TION OF THIS NO" Address, Florida Su- 5'8" 1701bs. Looking for toys, etc.
representative and the TICE OR 30 DAYS AE preme Court Ap- a slender white lady '
personal representative's TERKm THE TIME p roved Family Law 65-72. I am easy going Crestview
a orney are set forth be- SEVICE OF A CrOPY Form 12.915.1 Future and easy to please. Just Huge Inside
lo[. OFuTHIS NOTICE ON papers in this law- need a good woman to Yard Sale
THEM. suit will be mailed to share and do things to-
All creditors of the dece- the address on rec- gether. Please write RLB 429 N
dent and other persons All other creditors of the ord at the Clerk's of- P.O. Box 876, Crest- Hathaway St
having claims or de- decedent and other per- fice. view, FL 32536, or call Across from Twin Hills
mands against sons having claims or de- WARNING: Rule (850) 689-8038 Park 240-9678
decedent's estate on mands against 12.285 Florida Family P ... 20 -
whom a copy of this no- decedent's estate must Law Rules of Procedure,
twice is required to be file their claims with this requires certain auto- '
served must file their court WITHIN 3 matic disclosure of docu- 170
claims with this court MONTHS AFTER THE ments and information. ,NEW--u i
WITHIN THE LATER OF DATE OF THE FIRST Failure to comply can re- Small female black & Cr eiew
3 MONTHS AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF suit in sanctions, includ- brown possible beagle H UE YARD SALE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- THIS NOTICE. ina dismissal or striking Chihuhua mix. Found on Sat. Oct. 25 8AM-2PM
L1CATION OF THIS NO- Da.... ofpleadings Villacrest Drive on Sat SaT.2O 'St. O, 2 ,,A-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER ALL CLAIMS NOT Dated: 9-30-2008 10-18. Call 533-6122 192 Patton St. (Off .o
THE DATE OF SERVICE FILED WITHIN THE d 1-1 3-6122. Stillwell behind Goodwill)
OF A COPY OF THIS TIME PERIODS SET Don W. Howard -. ... Cancel if rains
NOTICE ON THEM. FORTH IN SECTION CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Cres-view.
733.702 OF THE COURT Crestview A
1l .:,i-er .:reditors of the FLORIDA PROBATE By: Tiffany GardnerG OF MOVING SALE!
dec.&'dr and other per- CODE' WILL BE FOR- Deputyl, derk Sat Oct. 25, 7AM -
-or.: 9 C l claimsorae-er Lane.
or.: ha.. claims or de-VE BA Furiture, kitchenware
against TETW8T2TAwashe Dr r. Lots ot
dw -. estate must NOTWITHSTANDING 10/08/2008 st Dreru c
Sihir claims s with this THE TIME PERIODS 0/2 08h 2 8 n cah ny.'
rTrI WITHIN 3 SET FORTH ABOVE 10/29/2008 PETS & ANIMALS Crestview
'.TH AFTER THE ANY CLAIM FILE Multi-Family
TWO (2) YEARS OR 210-Pets Multi-Fami


Child Care Provider has
, openings, Mon-Fri,
6:30am-5:30pm
Call 689-8540




OVERSTREET'S
'CLEANING SERVICE
Commercial and
Residential Cleaning.
Gall Deborah Overstreet
today for your free esti-
fate. 850- 58-6665

Pressure Washing
houses, driveway's side-
walks, car detailing $35.
call 902-7793 or
5S7-9434

Take a Break &
C611 Carefree Services
to. clean your home.
Lic/Ins 850 240-9678




( AAA Concrete
Driveways, Tear Outs
REIl.ac,,.,ri: Sidewalks
'. ,.:. l..:.:k W ork.
Free est. 543-7743

Absolute Concrete &
Outdoors
Tear .:.. '. place. Col-
.:. d .r. .'.Tiped con-
cii- Dr..' ays, Pool
D..: : Patios. Outdoor
Ki.: hr,: ..' Stucco work.
L.- In,. 687-7791


LATHAM CONCRETE
1...ber Latham
a:..,-,,. Contractor -
b.: In: Since 1977
,A1 iF-' of Concrete
work. House slabs,
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
every job.
Also Bobcat work.
Free est.
682-0137
Cell 826-1672


Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
LiC. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383

Lasco Handyman
Inc. Licensed and In-
sured. Honest and de-
pendable, references.
Call Terry n/902-3928

Small Job Specialist,
no job to small. Painting,
stucco, stone, drywall
debris removal ec. call
Allen 826-3512

1_A^^Mjww^k.
47177MIMMIMM


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




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


YOGABIDA
Certified Bikram Yoga Best time to Trim Tree's is
(Union of Body Mind now. Larry Kilpatrick will
Spirit) Instructor; RN trim your smaltree bran-
Full Half/Private/Groups ches. 902-7388
Call 398-2579
Fox Trot Tree Serv-
1ice, No job to large or
^P BEI lECT small. Free Estimates,
Firewood, oak & pecan
LIC/INS. Call Paul
Airlines Are Hiring 850-398-7677
Train for high paying Avi-
ation Maintenance Ca-
reer. FAA approved pro
gram. Financial aid if SRIE
qualified Job placement W
assistance. Call Aviation
Institute of Maintenance Stuff Buster Portable
(888)349-5387. Buildings
S501 Eglin Parkway FWB.
Learn to Operate a 863-2511. Custom stor-
Crane or Bull Dozer age Bldgs. Constructed to
Heavy Equipment Train- FLcodes & State cert.
ing. National Certifica- Serving NWFL since
tion. Financial & Place- 1996.
ment Assistance. Georgia
School of Construction.
www~.Hea5.com Use TNT Metal
code "FLCNH" or call
(866)218-2763. Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, qar-


Farm Direct
Centipede, St. Augustine,
Zoysia, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms


ages, portable she sl
CARPORTS
Call for best
Prices in town
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Single carport $595,
Double only $695
850 983-2296
850 206-4008


2110- Pels: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150- Pet Memorials




huahua puppies.Long
and short haired Call
850-902-7275


1 2130
Hay for sale. Round ba-
les only. call 758-0945


MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120- Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140- Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180- Computers
3190- Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
thers, mantels, cuckoos,
we buy antiques, Call
689-1607



Ron's Appliance & Parts,
appliance repair, appli-
ance parts 213 N. Main
Street, call 689-1007.
After hours 305-8515


Attend Colleqe Online
from Home. Medical,
*Business, *Paralegqal


information



Administrative/Clerical
Member
Service
Representative
Are you good with peo-
ple? Would you like to
start a career with a re-
spected company in a
stable industry?
CHELCO is seeking a
dynamic indivesual
who knows how to
project a positive, per-
sonable image to our
members.
High school diplo-
ma/equivalent pre-
ferred. Conversational
Spanish a plus. A mini-
mum of two years expe-
rience in customer serv-
ice/clerical duties and
six months cashier ex-
perience is required
with the following skills
and abilities: good
computer and data en-
try skills, balancing a
cash drawer, dealing
effectively with people
of diverse backgrounds
under stressful circum-
stances', and working in
a team environment.
Applicant must have the
ability to work at any
area office as as-
signed.
Applications will be ac-
cepted throu h Novem-
ber 7 at CHELCO's
DeFuniak Springs of-
fice. The application
can be accessed
on-line at
www.chelco.com, click
on the employment link
to complete and submit,
or pick up an applica-
tion at any CHELCO of-
fice and return to:
CHELCO Human Re-
sources, P.O. Box 512
DeFuniak Springs, FL
32435, Fax No.
850-951-2302.
DCCI IAME


I BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
5100- Business
Opportunities
5110- Money to Lend



$1,000 A Day Possible
Returning Phone Calls No
Selling. Not MLM
(800)479-8033
www.focusoncash.com
All Cash Candy Route
Do you earn $800 in a
day. 30 Local Machines
and Candy $9,995.
BO2000033. Call Us:
We will not be under-
sold!
Generate Extra Income
in as little as 48 hours -
up to $3,500/wk or
more. No selling No
MLM. Call: (800)
659-7781 or visit:
www.mygoldplan.com/
goodlife

,-. ,.


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


S 6100 .
Commercial building re-


GSarag e S ale guitb t .,, .,., ...,,, ,
ACCEPT cently completely remod-
Sat Oct 2 r 8am- 1pm, ACCEPTED eled approx. N000 sf.
804 Travis Court Antioc ONLY IF o on S. Main
Estates. WATCH FOR St. Call 598-0478 or
SIGNS Clothsand shoes AACHED TO 598-0478 or
for all ages and sexes, APPLICATION. 682-6794
household items, stove, Dr Free Workplace Commercial office space
treadmill, childrns toys -EEO-M/F for Lease 828 N. Ferdon
and games. Much morel Blvd. 682-2735
Creslview Drivers Crestview For lease
Commercial Space 798-
Multi-Family A&BiS. S Main St
Yard Sale Drivers needed with 682-2735 M
Fri. & Sat 2 123 Class B or better license.
eF. & Satn.(o7am-? 123 No phone calls apply in Crestview 800 SF. lo-
Stephens Ln.(off Auburn at 984 W.James cated at Southgate office
Rdp Lee Blvd., Crestview complex close to shopp-
Crestview ing and schools. $750.
MULT-FAMILY YARD mo.+$750 dd. Available
SALE! Ui TONov. 1ost. 683-3939
Sat. Oct. 25, N For Lease Main Street
7AM-Noon, 126 Edna location. 201 N. Main
Drive Books, clothes, Food Service/Hospitality St. Call 682-2735
toys & tools.
CrestviewCracker Barrel of For Lease 1650 S
CrestCrestview Now Hiin all 1510 SF & 3500 S
TWO-FAMILY positions Nights Week- space available in Trac-
YARD SALE! ends EOE 682-8804 Ap- Sott plcenter.Call
Sat. Oct. 25 7AM-Till ply anytime. c
2588 Taylor Rd. (Of For Lease, Newly Re-
Lake Silver) Baby items, Food Service/Hospitality modeled Commercial
Clothes, Misc items. Space 176-178 S. Indus-
Croestiew Exp. Meat Cutter trial Drive. 682-2735
YARD SALEesview Able to work flexible Officebuilding approx.
Fri & Sat Oct. 24,25 hours Pay based on ex. 1900sf. located on S.
7am- 5628 Gaax and avalibli to war. Main St. $1900. moa call
rive W Iker Scoola We are Eat. A p in 598-0478 or 682-6794
Neighvorhooc) person at Pick N Save
Neighborhood)294 Georgia Ave, .. i,
Creslview Baker FL. See Shawn or
YARD SALE Manny
Oct. 24, Friday Am-Til WEB ID #27831840 [ 6s 0
5307 Shoffner Blvd. of4 1 mo Free Rent!
Hwy 90 East. No early Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
birds please. NEWI T UR I quiet gated No pets
-Crestv-iewW i$575mo/ $350dep, 12
YACrestviewD SALEI mo lease req. 585-6985
Sat. Oct 25th, Healthcare/CNA/Aide Crestview Bent Creek
7AM-Noon, 5846 Antler PT R ent Ai Apts II Vouchers Ac-
Way needed at Cresent Park cepted. Rental assistance
y needed at CrescentParkmay be avail. 1 & 2 BR
TUPPERWARE Village. Mustbeflexible H& non-HC accessible
NewCataogmonthlyand pass background
New Catalog, monthly seening Aply per apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
orestviewp FL. Call 850
ecial r eplacement or- y to recent rk6825563 TDD/TY
68er. C2-4305all Jackie Vill 51 Redston 711 Equal Housing Op-
682-4305t in Cresiview opportunity

Logistics/Transportation

Feeling Anxious About Driver Trainees
The Future? Buy and read Needed No CDL? No---
Dianetics by L. Ron Hub- Probleml Earn up to
bard. Price: $20.00. Or- $900wk. Home week-
der Now. Free Shipping. ends w/TMC. Company
www.DianeticsTampa.org endorsed CDL Traininq g
or Call (813)872-0722. 1-866-280-5309 [HEl ILL


1 329EW T ODAY
Walk In Bath Tub. New
still in box, includes eve- Part-time position open ward
rything you need. Top of for a Medical Assisant or A W .-- "-.
the line. Paid $6800 will LPN for an Allergy Clinic CHEVROL
sacrifice for $3500 in Crestview. Fax resume HEVROL
240-3273 to 904-339-9991.
--------------------


Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 & NBRHC &
non-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Call 850-682-5149,
TDD/TTY 711. 1450
Coremo Drive, Crest-
view, FL. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
Crestview Inn
Motel $35d $165 wk,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4
wk Call 682-4466
Furnished 1 BR for ma-
ture person, no smoking
or oets. Utilities furnished
$500. Call 689-1318


I- 6140
3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
$12,6001 Only $199/
Mol 5% down 20 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR
$259/Mol For listirKgs
o800 366-9783
5798


410 6110 [ 6140
A Phat Jobi Now hir- Crestview I & II Crestview
ing 18-24 sharp enthusi- Apartments 3/1 Duplex
astic motivated guys & ., ex
r .- ItP" C$700


New carpet / hresy
painted, $700 mo, $700
DD, pets OK with addi-
tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri


*Computers *Criminal gals free to travel USA
Justice. Job placement as- representing 150+ lead-
sistance. Computer avail- ing ublications. 2 weeks
able Financial Aid if paid training transpport-
qualified. Call action provided. Return
(866)858-2121 trip guaranteed. Call
www.CenturaOnline.com Tina or Jim (800)
642-6147.1
Crestview Elks Lodge Been Out of a ob
Turkey Shoot begins on Been out of luck? 3 week
September 20 @ 9:00CDLni C wa
am, and each Saturday CDL Training. Company
90E to Fairchild Rd. Fol- enced driver? Free pace-
ment assistance. Call
low Signs. (8771603-6565.
Heavy duty sewing ma- Driver Company Driv-
chine in solid oak cabi- ers CDL-A Earn up to
net. $150. 682-3166 46cpm. Excellent training
for students w/CDL. No
Now Available! 2008 forced Northeast. Aver-
Post Office Jobs. age 2,500 to 2,800
$18-$20/Hr. No Experi- miles/week.
ence, Paid Training, Fed (877740-6262.
Benefits Vacations. Call www.ptl-inc.com.
80F0O91-9941 Todayl Driver: Don't lust start
RIF #FL08. -_ your career, Star it right!
Sew & Save Company Sponsored
n F 10 St 10-2 CDL training in 3 weeks.
Lots of 100% CottoTriMust be 2. Have CDL?
cot, Velour C/ Ch 'n Tuition reimbursement
etc. Call 68-3443 ayCRST (866)917-2778.
SDrivers: Act Now
Sign-On Bonus
P35"-410cpm Earn over
$1000 weekly Excellent
3340 Benefits Need CDL-A & 3
Pool T e mos recent OTR
Pool Table (877)258-8782.
Very good condition. (877258-8782.
Asking $175. Call 850 No Truck Driver Ex en-
682-3535 for more info. ence No Prob em.
Wil-Trans Trucking Will
Teach You How to Drive.
Company .Sponsored
CDL Training. Be OTR in
Three Weeks. 1888)
368-1205. Must be 23.
Post Office Now Hir-
inl Avg Pay $20/hr or
$57K/yr Including Fed-
eral Benefits and OT.
EMPLMENT laced by adSource not
4100- H Wante affiliated w/USPS who
4100 Help Wstauranteds/Clubs hires. Call (866)
4120 Sales 713-4492
4130 Employment -
Iform tio


C *4 br/2 ba MH, $700
Century 21 Rick Epperson realty LLC
Moulton Realty 850-8657777
682-3849
Rentals: fEW r r Af
121 Swaying Pine,
3br, 2.5ba $850 mo Crestview, 2 br, 1 ba,
+ $600dd CH&A section 8 ap-
S6117 Manolia roved. 740 Dixie Street,
3br 2ba $775mo+dd $525mo $500 dd.
4758 Balboa 683-8928 or 865-9368
4br, 2ba$1000mo+dd
143 Lonnie Jack Crestview 3bd 2 ba,
3 br 2ba $880mo+dd 1532 SF W/D included,
309 John Kin Rd fenced in yard. Corner
3 br, 3 ba, $750+dd Lot. pets upon approval
5474 Haburn St. $975mo+dd. 665-3387
3 br, 2 ba $900
5219 Griffith Mill Rd Crest view Fl
2 br, 1 ba, $475+dd restIew, FL
*513 WingSpan Way Beautiful
3br, 2'/2ba $75+dd Crestview
125 Mill Pond Cove Home For Rent
4 br, 2 1/2 ba, $1000 Great Neighborhood,
close to everyhing,
Coldwell Banker United large yard 2300 sf un-
Realtors 117 Courthouse furnished 4 BR, 2.5 BA
Terrace, Crestview Fl 2 car garage. Call
32536 (850) 689-f515 850-259-1560.
or (8501 682-5922-EHO _
*307 Walnut Ave, 1 br, FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
1 ba 700sf $425 triplex construction house w/
* 365 walnut Ave 2or fencedyard available for
1ba, 900sf, $500 end lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
unit ... cation to both bases.
S309 Walnut Ave. 2br Terms negotiable. $1200
1 ba 900sf, $500 ena mo. Calr850 699-2189
unit
* 228 Runnymeade Dr.
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575 r
Interior Unit townhouse D IMW lU '
230 Runnymeade Dr -- "-
2br 1.5ba 930sf $575
End Unit Townhouse Janet Johnson
* 238 Runnymeade Dr. Realty, Inc
2br, 1.5ba, 930sf, $575, ,-ul s
Interior Unit Townhouse Eual Housilng
* 130 Patton St 2br, 1ba Opportunity
900sf $625 no pets al- 692-1800
lowed
* 418 Brown PI 2br,
iba 1066sf $650 Baker
South of 1-10 0 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
S6106 Magnolia Lane 3 br 2 ba; $900
3br, 1.5ba 1026sf $695- 1112 CountryLiving Rd
1 st months rent free 3 br, 2 ba; $950
* 8146 8th Ave 3br,2ba Crestview
1355sf $750 Laurel Hill 3089 Cosson Circle -
* 118 Campbell Dr 3br, 3 br 2 ba- $600
2ba 1207sf $795 pets 662 Henderson St
with approval 2 br, 1 ba; $625
* 152 Sawyin Pines CT 216 Virinia St-
3br,2.5 ba "1309sf 2 br, 1.5 a; $625
$800 End Unit 1690-A Farmer St -
* 5720 Reinke Dr 3br, 2 br 1 ba $675
2ba 1253sf $850 pets 2602 Virginia St-
w/ approval 2 br 1.5 a; $700
* 50 Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba 6618 Sand Hill Rd -
1165sf $850 1 months 3 br 1 ba; $725
rent free to military 315 Brackin St -
*2904 Orchidcrest Dr. 3 br 1 ba; $725
4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $875 167 Corwin Dr -
1/2 months free rent 2 br 2.5 ba- $750
* 238 Tiffot Ct 3br,2ba 266 Virginia St
1620sf $899 1st 2 br 1.5 Ba, $750
month's rent free 5292 Oportunity Dr -
* 4713 Connor Dr 4br, 3 br 2 $795
2ba 1748sf. $895 0 329 John King Rd-
South of 1-10 free 3br 2 ba; $795
months rent to Military 166 Corwin Dr -
* 324 Lakeview Dr 3br, 2 br 2 5 ba; $800
2ba 1088sf, $900 A0 134Swayin Pine Ct-
appliances included 3 br, 2.5 ba; $825
* 118 Palmetto Dr. 4br, 5682 Reinke Dr -
2ba 1927sf $900 4 br, 3 ba, $900
Fenced in Backyard
* 4815 Summer Creek 421 Juniper Dr-
Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf 3 br 2 ba;$995
$995 privacy fenced 1746 Pearl St N-
backyard 3 br, 2 ba; $1000
* 2834 Atoka Trail 4br 5442 E Brook Dr-
2ba 1953sf. $995 1 4 br, 2 ba; $1200
months rent free to mili-
tary 0 2704 Ashley Maria Ct
* 507 White Oak Lane 3 br, 2 ba; $1250
4br, 2ba 1850sf $995 6317 HavenmistLn -
First Months Rent Free 4 br 2 ba; $1250
* 5121 Whitehurst lane Laurel Hill
4br, 2ba 1836sf $10000 3650 Okaloo Ln -
liances included
1235 Gabrielle Drive 6 br, 3 ba, $900
3br, 2ba 1758sf $1125
Large Fenced in back
yard
248 Limestone Cir
3br, 4ba 1866sf $1200
no pets allowed Teel & Waters
S228 Riverchase Blvd Rea ta
4br, 2ba 2555sf $1300 Real Estate
First Month's Rent Free RENTALS
301 Sunesta CT 4br, 682-6156
ba 2547 sf $1300 #204 Booker St.
10% military discount $475 2 br, 1 ba
and 1/2 Month's Rent free + 231 Lustan Dr, $1000
to Military 4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
5262 Clint Mason Rd d 391 Riverchase Blvd
3br 2.5ba 1878sf $1100, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
$1400 pets with ap- No pets
proval r 139 Stephens Lane,
For further information 850 3 br, 2ba 1 AC
and to apply online, 154 Long Needle Ct,
please visit our website $995, 3, 2,2, no pets
at: www.cburpm.com
~+ Commercial
Crestview 3BR/1BA 290 Main Street $1500
462 Savage St. call
682-3931 All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
NEf TOI AY fees are non-refundable.
EW Call Debra Frost
Crestview S of 1-10. 682-6156
Quiet Neighborhood. WHY RENT???
3br, 2ba, 2cg breakfast tBu Hoes
nook, fenced back ard New Site Built Homes
1506+sf, $1050 mo + from the $100's. Low
dd 537-8509 m' o Interest Ratesl
582-1138 800- 678-4647

Cresiview
2/1 Duplex | eiso
New carpet / freshly t- 6 0 --
painted, $600 mo, $600 Crestview- Room for
DD, pets ok with addi- rent, $275 + 1/4 utili-
tional deposit, 682-7731 ties. For more information
Mon-Fri call 682-3993


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Crestview- 3br 2ba
1 cg 1100sf. Custom up-
qraded home. W/D inc.
$785 mo close to schools
& shopping. Section 8
approved. Call 850
642-1612 or 642-1642

Move-h RsOdy
Crestview- Beautiful
brick 3 br, 2 ba, garage,
W/D, incl. $875mo +
dd. Call 699-3833
Crestview- Countryview
4 br 2 ba, built in 2004.
ONLY $900mol Call
Jenny at Pelican Real Es-
tate 315-0972
Crestview Rentals:
*4br 2ba Jacob St $950
*3br, 2ba Krest Dr $900
*3/f Edqewood $750


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North Crestview 4br
boarding house on quiet
private acre, has 2 furn.
rooms avail now for
working indivuals. $85/
wk. Incls Cable & util.
376-7676
Roommate to share
3br 2ba, brick house
$450mo includes all utili-
ties/ cable. Call
689-8978



3BR/2BA on 3122 Au-
burn Rd. Large yard, no
pets $575. mo &
$400.dd call 546-1960
Crestview- (2) 2 br
MH's $450 -550/mo
+dd. No pets. 682-8867
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Crestview
2 br. 1 ba. $425. mo.
$425. DD water & sew-
ape provided Located on
E. Chestnut @ Crestview
Mobile Home Park. Call
305-0776 or 398-6246
Crestview- MH,
* 3br1ba $575 $500dd
4 3 bd 2 ba private lot
$595 mo, $500 dd.
217-2756 or 362-9845
For rent Crestview &
Holt area. Several to
choose from. Range
$600- $1000. call Scott
546-1192







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800- 678- 4647
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$ Cash $
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8140- Vans
8150 Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
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8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
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1K MILES, POWER WINDOWS/
LOCKS, CRUISE, TILT AM FM
CD, POWER DRIVERS SEAT
ONSTAR AND MORE
STK'# 12881


$22,365

SALE PRICE ALL NEW

S17 QQfn IN STOCK


AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, AC
STK# 13060


STK#13194


2005 VTX 1800C
Honda motorcycle for
sale. 6 $8500. Call
689-2252


Chrysler
Family Van 0IM I'd011-
Price reduced Must
make room in garage for 8330
wife's new car. Her
former car is a 2000
Chrysler Town & Country
Leather. Chrome wheels.
1 owner (non-smoker).
Oarac kept. Only 80K Utility trailer 2006 5xl 0
r,,le $6995. Call w/ spare tire. $650
651-0164 or 699-3444 682-9720 or 758-7406
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V8, AUTO TRANSMISSION, POWER WINDOWS/
LOCKS, CRUISE, TILT KEYLESS ENTRY XM WI/ CD,
LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL
... STK# 13153,


MSRP $29,505
DISCOUNT $8,621
& REBATE SALE PRICE


s20,884




AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. AC. POWER
WINDOWS/LOCKS, CRUISE, Tr. XM i V CD.
LOCKING DIFFERE. TIAL ONS TAR
STK# 12100


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MSRP $24,505 MSRP $19,210 MSRP $24,044
DISCOUNT $7,918 DISCOUNT $5,897 DISCOUNT $6,154
& REBATE SALE PRICE & REBATE SALE PRICE & REBATE SALE PRICE


s16,587 $13,313 17,890


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For Rent
Don't miss your opportunity
to live in a
Brand New Touchstone Energy
Efficient Beautiful Quality Built
Single Family Home.

Close to Crestview and Eglin AFB.
Homes include 3 & 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and 1 & 2
car garage, kitchen (with self-cleaning oven, stove,
dishwasher & microwave/hood), patio, central
heat and air, carpeting and ceiling fans.

Come in and sign a 12 month lease
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STK#12080


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K l MIkLES, L16, AUTO. AC,
PW, PL, OrJ, TAR
AND MORE.
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MSRP $26,485 MSRP $52,275 MSRP $23,035
DISCOUNT $8,936 DISCOUNT $12,478 DISCOUNT $4,642
& REBATE SALE PRICE & REBATE SALE PRICE & REBATE SALE PRICE


S17,549 $39,797 $18,393




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IEbAfIaE REVOLUTION
CRESTVIEW 682-2731 4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW. FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214

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Price includes all rebates and dealer discounts. All prices plus tax tag and dealer processing fee. Residency restriction may apply.
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