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Title try
Baker plays
for district
championship

In Sports B1


Volume 33 Issue 80 www.crestviewbulletin.com


IN THIS ISSUE


S Locals shine
* in 'Wonka'


A4


New look for
city signs?


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008

Today's Forecast
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'Your Frnt Pae Story'


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Joseph Bundrick shows some of the bee-related products at his family's
Treasures and Treats store in Crestview.


This 'bees'-ness is
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Bundricks honored by Okaloosa Farm Bureau Federation

Information provided by ..
Okaloosa Farm Bureau
Federation


The Joseph Bundrick family
has been honored as the 2008
Okaloosa Farm Family of the
Year.
The Bundricks are not from
a traditional agricultural back-
ground, but their livelihood
and business directly supports
agriculture and the production
of food and fiber.
The Bundricks are in the
beekeeping business.
Joe handles the bottling and
keeping of the honey house.
Brenda handles the market-
ing, managing and paperwork
for the business. Their son,
Mark, has worked almost 20
years placing hives, collecting


Special to the News Bulletin
The Joseph Bundrick family was honored as the Okaloosa Farm
Family of the Year. In the photo are Joe and Brenda Bundrick, sons
Ken and Mark (with wife Marie), and Mark's children Morgan, Gage,
Casey and Emily. Joe and Brenda have three more grandchildren.


honey and doing most of the
manual labor, with help from
his brother Ken.


Joe started the bee business

See BUZZING A4


Health Fair set



for Saturday


Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
invites the community to
visit "the jewel" of the or-
ganization's calendar Sat-
urday.
The chamber's Health
& Wellness Committee is
hosting the 2008 Commu-
nity Health Fair Saturday,
from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
the Crestview Community
Center at 1446 Commerce
Drive in Crestview.
More than 60 health-re-
lated vendors will show-
case their services.


Discounted services in-
clude flu shots, lab work,
mammograms and dexas-
cans and more. Breakfast
foods will be available.
For' details, contact
Elaine Hill at 683-3997 or
the chamber at 682-3212.
"This is the jewel of our
calendar," chamber Execu-
tive Director Wayne Har-
ris said. "Elaine Hill and
her committee have taken
something that was pretty
much defunct and made
a true jewel of this thing.
It's an outpouring of what
we can do for others, espe-
cially at this time."


New activities planned

for Baker Heritage fest


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The annual Baker Her-
itage and Folk Life Festi-
val will be held Saturday
at the Baker Blqck Mu-
seum.
The festivities will
begin in the museum's
heritage park at 9 a.m.
and include a variety of
exhibitors and entertain-
ment throughout the day.
Many of the heritage
demonstrations that have
become festival favorites
will return this year, and
a selection of new activi-
ties has been added to the
list of events, according
to festival chairperson
Rebecca Watkins.
There will be open
hearth cooking and but-
ter churning inside the
log cabin. Antique tur-
pentine and farm equip-
ment will be displayed.
Other demonstrations
will include blacksmith-
ing, flint knapping, bee-
keeping, a pottery wheel
and whittling, to mention
just a few. An authentic
Muskogee trading post
by a local Native Ameri-
can, Nathan Chessher,


Many of the heritage
demonstrations that have
become festival favorites
will return this year,
and a selection of new
activities has been added
to the list of events,
according to festival
chairperson Rebecca
Watkins.


will also be exhibited.
A special postmark
will commemorate the
historic Otahite Post Of-
fice that is located in the
heritage park. The post-
mark featuring the words
"Otahite Station." The
event date will be used by
Baker postmaster Rhon-
da Patterson to postmark
mail in the temporary
station.
The Florida Public
Archaeology Network
will host an archaeology
booth. The public is invit-
ed to bring artifacts from
their personal collection
to be identified.
See FEST A4


Zoning controversy erupts at city council meeting


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
At Monday's city council meeting, Lustan Drive resident
Janice Henderson spoke against an ordinance that would
lead to the rezoning of a two-acre residential tract near her
home into industrial use.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

A public hearing to dis-
cuss a proposed amend-
ment to the city's small
scale comprehensive plan
brought concerned citi-
zens out to Monday eve-
ning's city council meet-
ing.
Several residents of the
Lustan Drive neighbor-
hood to the north of the
tract near P.J. Adams Park-
way protested the plan. It
would allow the nearly
two-acre tract to revert
back to its "industrial"


zoning designation.
Property owner Mi-
chael Carroll wants to con-
struct a self-storage facil-
ity on the site. Presently it
is bordered by wetlands, a
concrete plant, and a Gulf
Power easement area.
Resident Janice Hen-
derson told the council
"the overwhelming use of
the area is residential arid
services that support resi-
dential."
Henderson reminded
the council that land use
code requires that zoning
"stay with the adjacent
land use."


Her husband Herbert
Henderson presented the
council with a petition
signed by 130 neighbors
protesting the proposed
amendment.
"I oppose this zoning
change because children
live and play in this area,"
Herbert Henderson said.
"We do not need this to
hurt our property val-
ues."
Speaking in defense of
his request, Carroll said
that he lives within 300
feet of the property him-
self and shares his neigh-
bors' concerns about qual-


ity of life issues.
"I can't think of a qui-
eter project to put on those
two acres other than a
cemetery," Carroll said in
reference to the proposed
storage units.
If the property is not re-
zoned industrial, he said,
its current zoning would
allow him to put town-
homes or apartments on
the lot, increasing traffic
through the neighbor-
hood.
"But who's going to
want a townhome there?"

See ZONING A4


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Downtown Fall Festival




draws 10 crowd


Crestview News Bulletin

Organizers estimate more than 5,000 people attended
the Downtown Fall Festival on Main Street in Crestview
this past Saturday.
Attendees enjoyed food and entertainment and vis-
ited the numerous vendor booths lining both sides of
the street.
Hundreds of children participated in the event's cos-
tume contest.

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WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29, 2008


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


CHECi


it OUT


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian

PROGRAMS
Preschoolers, wear
your Halloween costumes
and come to Story Time
today or Thursday for
Halloween stories and
a parade through the li-
brary! We'll even take you
back in the offices to meet
the library staff! Sign-in
begins at 10 a.m. Story
Time begins at 10:15 a.m.
Nov. 5 or Nov. 6, come
for some monkeying
around! Listen to ape
stories, do monkey finger
plays, and make a mon-
key!
Teens (ages '12 and
up), come play Wii with


us from 2 to 4 p.m. Fri-
days.
Bugs, bugs, bugs!
We're going buggy dur-
ing our next Lap Sit on
Nov. 4! Stories, songs, and
finger-plays designed for
children under the age
of 3 and their caregiver
begin at 10:15 a.m. and
again at 10:45 a.m.

STAFF PICKS
"How to Eat Fried
Worms" by Thomas
Rockwell (J Pbk Fic Roc).
Because of a bet, Billy
is in the uncomfortable
position of having to eat
15 worms in 15 days.
The worms are supplied
by his opponent, whose
motto is "The bigger and


juicier, the better!" At first
Billy's problem is whether
or not he can swallow
the worm placed before
him, even with a choice of
condiments from peanut
butter to horseradish. But
later it looks as if Billy
will win, and the chal-
lenge becomes getting to
the worm to eat it. Billy's
family members, after
checking with the doctor,
take everything in stride.


They even help Billy
through his gastronomic
ordeal, which twists and
turns with each new day,
leaving the outcome of
the bet continually in
doubt. It will not surprise
you that, although I en-
joyed the recent movie
"based" on this book, the
book is much better!
"The Field Guide"
by Tony DiTerlizzi (J Fic
DiT). When the Grace
children go to live in their
Great Aunt Lucinda's


worn Victorian house,
they discover a field
guide to fairies and other
creatures and begin to
have some unusual expe-
riences. You won't want
to miss this first of the
Spiderwick Chronicles, in
which the Grace children
get acquainted with their
new home. Two walls
are explored by vastly
different methods. There
are many riddles and
there are many answers,
although not necessar-
ily to the right questions.
Jared reads a book and
sets a trap. The children
find unexpected things in
the icebox. The fate of the
mice is discovered.

REMINDER
For those of you who
take advantage of re-
questing books via our
online catalog, please be
aware that the courier
will not run Nov. 24-28 or
Dec. 22-Jan. 2.


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ask Jean, Lise, Sandra,
Anna, Marie, Sengdara,
Tracey, Janice, Audrey,
Sharon or Heather. We
will be happy to assist
you.

CONTACT US
In person: 1445 Com-
merce Drive (behind the
Post Office)
Phone: 682-4432
Web: www.cityofcrest-
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QUOTE
"Keep a clear eye
toward life's end. ... Re-
member that when you
leave this earth, you can
take nothing that you
have received ... but only
what you have given;
a full heart enriched by
honest service, love, sacri-
fice and courage." -- Fran-
cis of Assisi, "Letters to
Rulers of People"


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Art & Design Society Art Week
Children's art show and judged painting competi-
tion, open to young artists countywide. November 1-8
at the ADSO workshop and gallery, 1st Street, Fort Wal-
ton Beach. Call (850) 244-1271

Bond Art Exhibit
*
Exhibition of James Bond film poster artistry, from
the earliest Sean Connrery classic 007 films through
"Quantum of Solace," the new Bond film opening in
November. All month at the Bob Sikes Crestview Public
Library, during opening hours. Call (850) 682-4432 for
information.

Jungua: Descendants of the Dragon
A high-impact theatrical entertainment experience
for all ages. Kung Fu, acrobatics, music and dance,
dramatic scenery, authentic props and lavish costumes
combine with China's finest acrobats and martial arts
masters. Nov. 8, 7:30 p.m., at the Mattie Kelly Fine &
Performing Arts Center, Northwest Florida State Col-
lege. Tickets: $25. Call (850) 729-6000 or visit www.mat-
tiekellyartscenter.org


NFSO second


performance features


operatic favorites


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra vis-
its the classical stage with
an evening of arias, duets
and symphonic selections
from opera favorites Sat-
urday night.
Acclaimed guest so-
loists include Maryann
Mootos, a glorious sopra-


no who performs with Op-
era New York; tenor John
Matz, who made his de-
but with the Washington
National Opera in 2002;
and baritone David Mur-
ray, whose rich voice has
thrilled audiences around
the world.
These guests join the
more than 70 voices of the
Northwest Florida Sym-
phony.


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Local actors sweeten 'Willy Wonka'


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

There's no sugar-
coating it. The Florida
Chautauqua Theatre's
production last weekend
of "Willy Wonka and the
Chocolate Factory" was,
like a Wonka bar itself,
pure pleasure from start
to finish.
Despite a technical
glitch or two, director
Beth Campbell-Work,
her troupe of 31 per-
formers, and more than
two dozen pairs of help-
ing backstage hands,
pulled off a thoroughly
enjoyable evening of
community theatre.
"When we chose this
play, we didn't know
how difficult it was,"
Campbell-Woi k said.
Full of lighting and
visual eftect-, as well as
more than a dozen set
changes, the challenges
were many, yet were
conquered with, to quote
Willy Wonka, "pure
imagination."
Local actors Ash-
lie Bolton and Chuck
Hewett, as Mrs. Bucket
and Augustus Gloop
respectively, delighted
audiences, Bolton for her
sympathetic portrayal
of Charlie's mom, and
Hewett for his choco-
holic bombast.
"I Eat More!", one of
the production's new
tunes, added since the
1971 movie, gave Hewett
the chance to push Au-
gustus' gluttony to its
very limits.
"They're great people
over here," Hewett said.
"We all get along. We
older ones try to be a
good example to the
little kids."
The Bucket family's
sweet "Cheer Up Char-
lie" was led by Bolton,
allowing her to express
her understanding at
s|.-


Special to the News Bulletin
At right, Crestview's Chuck Hewett, as Augustus Gloop, and Taylor Lancester as
Frau Gloop, are given a tour of the factory through Willy Wonka's magical chocolate
factory. At left, Crestview's Ashlie Bolton, right, and Cory Godwin, portrayed Charlie
Bucket's parents, a poor but optimistic family.


Charlie's frustration, yet
to evoke her maternal
love.
"This show had fewer
rehearsals than 'High
School Musical,'" Bolton
said, referring to her first
FCT appearance, "but
we pulled it off.
Kyle Chance's Willy
Wonka might have sto-
len the show had it not
been a kaleidoscope of
color, sets and lighting
effects punctuated by
fun songs and equally
strong performances.
Chance, a veteran of
past FCT shows, chan-
neled his Wonka as a
cross between Gene
Wilder's eccentric char-
acter in the classic film,
and Johnny Depp's
disturbing 2005 film ver-
sion.
, If I might offer one
teeny criticism, I found
Willy Wonka's redhead


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wig a tad disconcerting.
I couldn't help but think-
ing he raided the closet
of TV's "Maude" (if Bea
Arthur was redheaded).
But between energetic
performances; near-
perfect casting; creative
costuming; dazzling
lighting; and imagina-
tive sets, "Willy Wonka


and the Chocolate Fac-
tory" was a delectable
evening of sheer delight
in historic DeFuniak
Springs.

Did you see "Willy
Wonka"? Let us know
what you thought at our
Web site, www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008 +


Crestview marks Fire Prevention Week BUZZING continued from Al


Chief Joe Traylor pro-
vided this report from the
Crestview Fire Department.

We continue to sup-
port the public in our
emergency services capac-
ity. Just last week we as-
sisted North Okaloosa in a
woods fire that started in
the county and threatened
two homes in the city.
Together we were able
to prevent any property
damage other than six
boards on a privacy fence.
We've been working to
receive additional grant
funds. We discovered


when we
received
the grant
to buy self-
contained
breathing
S* apparatus
Joe-that the
Traylor funds also
could be
used to buy
thermal imaging cameras
to allow us to find people
or pets in a smoke-filled
environment. We had
enough funding to buy
two of those, and we
should receive them soon.
If we believe an animal or


FIRE CHIEF'S
STATION


person in trapped in a fire
scene, we will be able to
use the imaging camera
and do a thorough, imme-
diate search.
We also are winding
up Fire Prevention Week
activities. October was the
month of the Chicago Fire,
and traditionally is the
month of Fire Prevention
Week. We spent a week
visiting with child care
facilities in the city, and


we visited all of the public
schools.
We are moving forward
and hoping everyone
has a wonderful holiday
season, starting with Hal-
loween. We ask parents to
make sure when they take
their kids trick-or-treating
that they do it in a safe
manner and make sure
they wear some material
to make them visible to
the driving public.

"Fire Chief's Station"
provides updates from fire
departments in north Oka-
loosa County.


Council action will add city crest to welcome signs


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Visitors and residents
returning home may soon
be welcomed to Crestview
by friendly, familiar signs
but with a new look.
Grace Ferdon, who two
years ago spearheaded the
placement of the four signs
at the city's State Road 85
and U.S. Highway 90 en-
trances, wants to modify
them.
At Monday's City
Council meeting, she re-
quested funding to re-
place the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
"sunshine" graphic with
the city crest.
The Chamber said it
"would put the shrubs


around the signs if we
would use the Chamber
of Commerce logo, and
that is what we did," Fer-
don said. The Chamber,
however, has not done the
landscaping, she said.
Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Wayne
Harris said Tuesday the
chamber did approach
the state to try to get plans
for the landscaping ap-
proved.
"(Former Chamber
president) Mike Roy and I
.made every effort to get it
done," Harris said. "(The
state) will not allow us to
do that without running
water and electricity out
there, and the cost of that
would be prohibitive."
Ferdon later said the


shrubs she would like to
plant would not need a
water supply. Harris re-
sponded that the state
nonetheless would require
a water supply to approve
the planned landscaping.
Ferdon said for $150
per sign, a local sign com-
pany could add the city
of Crestview crest to each
sign.
"I can take care of the
shrubs later," she said.
"We can talk about light-
ing them later, too."
Councilman Chip Wells,
acting as council president
in the absence of Lillie Co-
nyers, who continues to
recuperate from an auto
accident, agreed.
"Since the Chamber re-
neged on their promise to


put the shrubs around it, I.
say let's replace it with the
city logo," Wells said.
Assured that the Cham-
ber did not have any invest-
ment in the signs, Council-
man Charles Baugh made
the motion "to allocate
$600 to help welcome peo-
ple to our beautiful city of
Crestview."
The motion was sec-
onded by Councilwoman
Linda Parker, who re-
marked; "Two years ago
I was wondering why we
didn't have the city's logo
on the signs."
The motion passed
unanimously.

Post your thoughts on
city business at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


FEST continued from Al


Other new exhibits at
this year's festival will in-
clude Baker's own Steve
Wooten and his portable
sawmill, an oak basket
weaver, a wooden bowl
carver, dairy goat milk-
ing with photos available
and much more.
Native American sto-
ryteller and historian


Peggy Veneable of the
Lower Muskogee Creek
Tribe from Whigham,
Ga., will tell stories and
talk about the history of
her people. Veneable will
also help genealogists
trace their Native Ameri-
can roots from the South-
east in the museum's li-
brary on Friday.


The Workman Quar-
tet and the Keith Rowell
Family will headline a
list of gospel and blue-
grass groups that will en-
tertain the crowd.
Bar-b-que plates and a
variety of foods and re-
freshments will be avail-
able.
"We want to encour-


age everyone to come out
and enjoy a day of old
fashion family fun and
free entertainment," said
Watkins.

See photos from the
"Tween The Rivers" Folk
Art Festival held this past
Saturday at the Baker Block
Museum on Page A9.


in 1982 after retiring from
Eglin Air Force Base. At
peak the family operated
almost 2,000 hives. The
most honey the Bundricks
produced in one year was
about 170 barrels.
Today the family man-
ages a few hundred hives
in Okaloosa and Walton
counties.
The Bundricks see a lot
of demand for their hives
in the farming sector. Joe
says it is hard for him to
turn down farmers who
request hives for pollina-
tion, and he doesn't charge
them.
The Bundricks also
own and operate the
Treasures and Treats
store in downtown
Crestview. Brenda keeps
the store stocked with
treasures and gift items,
and Joe keeps it stocked
with treats the honey
the family produces. The
store also sells supplies
for beekeepers.
Honey production was
and is the focus of the
family business. Joe says
he started in the business
because it is outdoors, in
nature, and very fulfilling


WHAT BEES
DO FOR YOU
Bees pollinate approxi-
rnately 1 30 agricultural
crops in the United States
Bee pollination adds ap-
proximately $14 billion an-
nually to improve crop yield
and quality.
The average worker bee
makes about 1/12 of a
teaspon of hone/ in its
'ifel;me It takes 556 worker
Lbees to gather one pound
of honey from two million
flowers Yet according to
Joseprn Bundnck, ever,
third bite of food we eat is
a direct result of the honey
bee.


because you have to keep
your mind on what you.
are doing or pay the con-
sequences!

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ZONING continued from Al


he asked, showing a pic-
ture of the concrete plant.
Due to noise from the
plant, his only .recourse
would be low-rent apart-
ments, Carroll said.
"I gotta do something.
I could do townhomes
or apartments or storage
sheds," Carroll said. "I
prefer storage sheds."
During a rebuttal pe-
riod, Herbert Henderson
said, "We don't go back
in history. We follow the
comp plans. Do we go
back to Native Ameri-
cans and turn it back into


hunting grounds?"
Henderson said if Car-
roll wished to sell the
property, "I'll be glad to
walk the neighborhood
to raise the money and
buy the land" and turn
it into a children's play-
ground.
"Kids don't care if
there's a concrete plant
nearby," Henderson said.
After discussion, the
council voted 2-1 against
the ordinance, with act-
ing President Chip Wells
voting for it. Councilman
Bob Allen was absent.


OTHER COUNCIL ACTION
In otr, r nmaier. the council:
* Asked city Public Works staff to work with local business- .
man John "J.C." O'Connor pertaining to alleged coie ...,la-
tions .r, hi; pr,:,perr. O'Connor had alleged that cit, staff
had targeted his business while allowing similar violations,
incluicing those allegedly perpetrated by the cit',, itself to go
unaddressed.
* Received a report on a recent visit to C.resrview's sister
:1it,. Nolirnoutier -n tI'le. France., y News. Bulletin writer
Brian Hughes. Jim [,1,ill. representing Crest,iew's sister cir,.
..ommn-rtee. briefeJ the Counoil o preparations.i foat ie fall
21-017 vi.it to .Cretr.ie'.^. t'r, more than 4ij student. and par-
ents tr.on-i Nr.irmrutier.
* C.,re,.:te,: c,:, errplo.,ee health ':omrrmirTee menibers to a.-t
:.*-. h.A mri, empleo, ee :,ck ad.'vantage :i free health
.':treernings :otnered bL, the cit, O.er the it t'..O ,ears The
:.cri-erning:. ma', airead:, have been covered as part of annual
rph, -.:a11 a;ailable under cit; emplo'.,ee insurance.
* v:ted to appoint one men-mber per council person to the
veteran's Affairs Comimnitee .vhich ,vould also naqke as
n-eriibers one rerresentativ''e of each of the city's four veter-
ans organizations.


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The HOPE House at 5127 Eastland
St. in Crestview held a ribbon cutting
for its renovated facility Oct. 17. The
facility's former screened-in porch now
is completely enclosed. Renovations
have added a new day room, a new
office and a new conference room. The
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City dedicates wastewater treatment plant

Officials from CH2MHILL OMI and the : .
City of Crestview dedicated the city's
wastewater treatment plant last week.
The recently completed expansion of the
facility included new roads, equipment
and structures, bring the facility's '
treatment capacity to 3 million gallons
per day. Pictured are Joe Klaus, Project
Manager; Wayne Steele, Crestview Public
Works Director; Charles Baugh and Linda
Parker, Crestview City Council members;
CH2MHILL OMI President Elisa Speranza
and Regional Business Manager Brent
Stauffer.
Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin









LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


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Kayla Elayne Williams
Kayla Elayne Williams, 17, of
Cadiz, Ky., passed away Wednes-
da, Oct 15, 2008.
K., I was Baptist by faith.
Sh.. is survived by her fa-
-her ind stepmother, Doug and
Catalina Williams of Atwater,
Calif., her mother, Kristy Fren-
sley of Cadiz; brother, Bradley
Williams, and sister, Alyssia
Williams, both of Atwater; pa-
ternal grandparents, J. Cur-
tis and Charlene Williams of
Crestview, Ma Theresa M. Asis
of Modesto, Calif., and Arturo
and Anna Sanchez of San Anto-
nio, Texas; maternal grandpar-
ents, Gail and Danny Linville of
Cl.irk.ville, Ohio, and Michael
and Linda Glass of Goshen,
Ohio.
'A memorial will be held
i Vdn.;-dj\ Oct. 29 at 4 p.m. at
thc Tri o County High School
^'mnaii urn
Funeral services will be held
at Grace Baptist Church in Ma-
mon Ohio on Friday, Oct. 31 at


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Rose Hill Cemetery in Mason.
Goodwin Funeral Home, Cadiz,
is in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions
can be made to Williams Fam-
ily Fund, ATTENTION: Vincent
Alipio, 1702 Heavenly Way,
Ceres, CA 95307.
Sigh, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for
Kayla Williams online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.

Raymond Lee Graves
1947-2008
Raymond Lee Graves, age 61,
of Crestview, passed away Mon-
day Sept. 29, 2008.
Ray was born Jan. 22, 1947.
He is survived by a daughter
who lives out on the West Coast.
Ray served his country in the
U.S. Air Force. He entered duty
on July 21, 1964 and was honor-
ably discharged July 18, 1973.
During his nine-year military
career, Ray was a decorated Viet-
nam veteran, having served two


tours of duty as
a dog handler in
the EOD.
Following
his military
service, Ray en-
tered the field of
inspection ser-
vice for nuclear
Raymond power plants.
Graves For nearly the
past 10 years,
Ray worked for
NC Manufacturing in Crestview
as a senior mechanical inspec-
tor. Ray had many friends in
the Crestview area and will be
missed by all that knew him and
worked with him.
A memorial visitation ser-
vice will be held Saturday at the
Brackney Funeral Home, at 480 E.
James Lee Blvd. on U.S. Highway
90 East, Crestview (683-9898).
All those wish to attend are
welcome.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for Ray
Graves online at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


Del Pozos welcome twin daughters


Special to the News Bulletin

Richard and Amanda
Del Pozo are proud to
announce the birth of
their twin daughters,
who were born at Sacred
Heart Hospital in Pensa-
cola on Oct. 25, 2008.
Shelby Lynn Del Pozo
was born at 10:09 a.m.
She weighed 1 pound,
5 five ounces, and is 12
inches long.
Shay Lynn Del Pozo
was born at 10:10 a.m.
She weighed 1 pound, .06
ounces, and is 11 inches
long.
The proud grandpar-
ents are Glenn David and
PAula Sapp and Jimmy
and Chris Del Pozo.
The proud great-
grandparents are Bill and
Judy Fryman and Louis
and Venia Del Pozo, all


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The family says, "Our
babies are a gift and
a miracle from God.
Please remember us all


in prayer. The twins will
be in the hospital until
the end of January 2009
or when they reach five
pounds."


Knights of

Columbus S


help '"Get out

the 'Vote'

Special to the News
Bulletin

Crestview's Knights
of Columbus have orga-
nized a "Get Out the Vote"
effort to provide transpor-
tation to the voting polls
for those who might have
trouble getting there, such
as the elderly or disabled,
or those who are unable
to drive or walk.
Any local registered
voter who needs trans-
portation on Nov. 4
should contact Herb Fos-
man, either by telephone
at 423-1262. or by e-mail at
herbanduisula@cox.net.
The effort is part of a
nationwide Knights of
Columbus program.


K. of C. recognize


Columbus Day baby

On Oct. 18, the Knights of Columbus, Council 7968 of
Crestview donated a $100 U.S. Bond certification to newly
born Devin Posada in honor Columbus Day. Devin was
born on October 16 to Casey and Carlos Posada. Devin
was the first baby born at NOMC on or after Oct. 12. From
left are Katrina Sousa (nurse), Helen Stikes (grandmother),
Casey Posda (mother) and her son Devin, Kevin Stikes
(grandfather) and Tony Alcobia (Knights of Columbus
community representative). The Knights of Columbus
made a similar presentation to the first baby born on or
after Columbus Day at the Eglin Hospital.

Reuben Bellottel Special to the News Bulletin


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LOCAL


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
'Promote the Vote' attendees started at the Old Spanish Trail Park and marched to the
local early voting site at the Crestview library.

March helped 'Promote the Vote'
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
More than 50 people took
part in a "Promote the Vote"
march Saturday morning.
The group started at
Old Spanish Trail Park and
marched to the Crestview
library to vote and raise
voter awareness.
The event, organized
by the Okaloosa County
NAACP, was part of the
group's goal to increase Af-
rican American voter turn-
out by 80 percent or more.
See an online photo gallery Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
from the march at www.crest- Organizers of the 'Promote the Vote' march gathered for a
viewbulletin.cornm. photo at the start of the event.


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Run for the Toys

November 2, 2008




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(In Crestview on Highway 85 by I-10)

Registration 9:30 11:00 a.m.

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Food Raffle 50/50
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Distribution of all toys,
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Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
The Richbourg Middle School band performed to kick off the evening session.

CHS hosts West Florida Classic


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview High
School band the Big
Red Machine hosted
the West Florida Classic
band competition Satur-
day at CHS.
Seven bands compet-
ed, most of them from
Alabama.
The Big Red Ma-
chine performed in ex-
hibition. The Davidson
and Richbourg middle
school bands also took
the field for exhibition
performances.
See an online photo gal-
lery from the day at www.
crestviewbulletin.com


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Members of the Big Red Machine pit warm up prior to
the band's exhibition performance.


Above, members of the Davidson
Middle School band stayed after
their exhibition performance to
watch other bands.
At left, CHS band parents were
hard at work in the concession
stand.


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CRESTVIEW: Jaclyn.
Atterson, Jamie Blair,
Kelly Brown, Lisa Day,
Erin Green, Ashley Hall,
Rachel King, Latisha
Lawhern, Shelley Long,
Robert Love, Elaine
Lowry, Michael Miller,
Travis Mongeon, Vanessa
Olivares, Kassy Purvis,
Dawn Weaver, Gena
Wynn
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Jessica Goodson, James
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Dean's List
BAKER: Savanna
Boyles, Christina Brunson,
Rachel Sailor
CRESTVIEW:
Alexander Ballweg,
Josh Blackledge, Kendra
Buczynski, Kizzie
Donaldson, Ashley Flores,
Megan Gilbertson, Sean
Hadley, Sara Henry,
Constance Jackson, Karin
McKnight, Blake Moore,
Nicole Olson, Nicole Pratt.
Jeremiah Pureber, Michael
Sennett, Michelle Von
Almen, Esther Watson,
John Williams
HOLT: Robert Barnes,
Cynthia Connors, Sarah
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008


EDUCATION


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


Seniors asked to stand



against drunken driving


Kyle Wright
Crestview News BIlletin

A wrecked tan vehicle at
the front entrance caught
the attention of Crestview
High School students
vhen they walked into the
school Friday.
CHS seniors then went
the auditorium and
heard from Renee Napier,
whose daughter, Meagan,
nd a friend were in the
ar when they were killed
y a drunken driver on
ay 11, 2002.
"I hope these kids will
.ke to heart everything
'say and I hope it sticks
Ir longer than a couple
f weeks," Renee Napier
aid before her presenta-
..n. "Sometimes you are
tfected by things for a
Ile while. My hope is
've planted a seed in their
i inds .and they will want
to make a difference in the'
world and take a stand
against drinking and driv-
." program started
The program started


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
This car was parked outside Crestview High School this
past Friday. CHS seniors heard from Renee Napier, whose
daughter Meagan was in this car when she was killed by a
drunken driver.


with a video message
from Eric Smallbridge, the
drunken driver who killed
Meagan Napier and her
Lisa Dickson in an accident
in Santa Rosa County.
Smallbridge was sen-
tenced to 22 years in pris-
on for his role in the acci-
dent.
"It is really hard for me


to talk about my existence
as Inmate P22679 ... the
feeling I have failed my-
self and my family and the
sorrow I feel for the loss of
two beautiful human be-
ings Meagan and Lisa,"
Smallbridge wrote in a
message provided to stu-
dents. "It never seemed
possible my life could


turn out this way. I bet
you don't think yours can
either. Think again. I am
living proof it can happen
to you. ... If you have a
drink, enjoy yourself, but
remember that driving is
simply not an option."
Renee Napier has given
drunken driving aware-
ness talks since 2004. She
hopes her message reached
at least one person in the
audience at CHS the way
it affected a student who
heard Napier's presenta-
tion at the University of
Tampa
"She told me she had
driven drunk before, but
after listening to Eric on
video talk about how self-
ish it is, she promised she
would never drive drunk
again," Napier said. "She
thanked me for reaching
her in a way no one else
had." :

Did you hear Napier's
presentation? Share your
thoughts at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


ntioch students go on a dinosaur dig

Special to the News Bulletin

First and second grade gifted stu-
dents at Antioch Elementary went
on a dinosaur dig! These archeology
students worked diligently to re-
trieve replicas of long lost, dinosaur
. bones.


Lee Triplett breaks his
concentration momentarily
to observe other students'
discoveries.


McKenna Lay and Zuhair Syed marvel
over the dinosaur plant. It would
grow to 100 feet and provide food for
herbivores. The plants have adapted
in size and may live 50 years without
water!


FROMTHE
PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE


Successful start to

Davidson school year

Principal Beth Walthall by Crestview High
provided this update from School. The band will
Davidson Middle School. also participate in the
Veteran's Day Parade
The beginning of on Nov. 11.
the 2008-2009 school Ms. Richardson's
year has been extreme- SSTRIDE students
ly successful. visited Walker
The teachers, Elementary and
staff, students, taught third-
parents, men- grade students
tors and volun- about brain trau-
teers all contrib- ma prevention.
ute to David- SSTRIDE
son's continued t students and Ms.
success. David- Beth Howard's sixth-
son's students Walthall grade advanced
stay busy with science students
a variety of picked up more
sports, clubs and than 500 pounds of
organizations. Here trash at Davidson and
is a list of Davidson's Twin Hills Park for the
news: International Coastal
The All County Cleanup.
Honor Chorus per- 0 Coach Russell
formed at Northwest had 44 runners in
Florida State College the cross country
on Monday. program this year.
The Davidson There were 20 females
football team will fin- and 24 males on the
ish its season on Thurs- squad. The Lady Pan-
day against Richbourg others finished second
at the Crestview High at the county meet.
School stadium. The The boys finished
players and coaches third. Davidson cross
have worked extremely country runners also
hard all season long. participated in a 5K
The Lady Pan- run benefiting Relay
others just completed for Life. The positive
their volleyball season. example these young
We hosted a county- runners display is in-
wide invitational vol- credible.
leyball tournament We look forward
earlier this month. to continued success
DMS finished in sec- throughout the school
ond place. year.
Davidson's new
Band Director is Chris "From the Princi-
Tredway. The DMS pal's Office" appears in
band performed at the News Bulletin on
the Northwest Florida Wednesdays an provides
Classic Band Com- updates on schools in
petition sponsored north Okaloosa County.


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Opinion & Editorial


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29. 2008







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

Topic: News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright blogs that unlike the two most
recent presidential elections, he won't be
upset if either candidate wins.
I heard McCain speak in Pensacola some
time around the first of May. He scared the
hell out of me. I have listened to Obama
speak on television and now he scares the
hell out ot me. It hardly matters to me other
than neither is a Clinton or a Bush. Perhap.;
we should leave the job vacant and leave
matters to Congress Yikes!!!
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I am partial to the experience factor. I
am selecting the most qualified candidate
To me it is McCain. He has experience in
working with Congress, which more than
likely will be (overwhelming) Democratic.
I believe he will challenge the legislative
body to work for the benefit of the country
(I don't think Obama cani. McCain will
ensure small business thrives l which we
desperately need): and will select the best
people for jobs. To me NIcCamn seems to
hold people accountable for their actions
(which we truly\ need I. As for Obama. I
have not seen examples of what he has
completed. He worries me because I think
he will sell out the country by expanding
government and ensuring his friends are
taken care of. So far he has received $600
million, which is a lot of friends. Obama
will squash out competition (by increasing
taxes and expanding government with
additional programs \When go% ernment
moves in, private sector moves out. In some
European countries the government ac-
counts for half of their GDP. Is this what we
want' From what I understand Obama has
his roots in Chicago; a highly governmental
controlled cit (many social programs) with
a lot of corruption and unaccountability.

Topic: Fire damages Lisa Michele's Sa-
lon and Day Spa.
Hopefully they are able to reopen for
business soon!

Topic: News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright says the Crestview City Council
someday will approve sale of alcoholic
beverages on city property.
\Vhat's this article over alcohol sales on
city property for the OSTF Society really
about? Could you have better used your
position with this paper to raise some Cain
for getting Cresthiew a major retailer, big-
ger movie theatres, more jobs. increase our
vahant police and firefighters' salaries or
lust fix our city's road problems. Alcohol
will not fix the OSTF Society 's root problem
of low attendance. ... The council members
you seem to champion w-ant only to clearly-
show they aren't in rune with the citizens of
Crestview. All things come to an end. good
or bad.

WVant to add t, the HulNbiil. Sied iowi
Ilioitlhts on an> north Okaloo_/ a Coin ii nc t',-
topic to ktide'uW L'crest'ieil'Illictlt.com oU r post
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Profundity
Brian Hughes

"Ninety-nine percent of the people
in the world are fools-and the rest
of us are in dialnger of contamina-
tion."

MICHAEL STEWART
(1924 -1987)
American playwright and librettist, in "Hello, Dolly"


SjPASSING

SHOTS Take your kids to vot
Kyle Wright

Opinion pieces by Crest- vote? I learned the process I when I turned 18, thanks t
view News Bulletin staff writ- Here's a simple idea: would follow when I be- 10 years of experience in t .
ers reflect the opinion of the Take your kids with you came old enough to vote. election environment.
writer and do not necessarily when you vote. (I also inadvertently It's no coincidence my-
reflect the opinion of the news- Yes, it's OK. In fact, ac- forced my mother to teach voting attendance record i
paper as a whole. cording to Tiffany Rivera of me about the meaning of though not perfect is be
the Okaloosa County Su- "secret ballot" after I went ter than most my age.
The numbers are trou- pervisor of Elections office, to school following my first Give your children the.
bling. it is encouraged. Some poll- trip to the polling place and same advantage. "
Only about one-third of ing places even offer special announced my mother's Take them with you
registered young Ameri- areas where youngsters can choice in the controversial when you vote on Tuesda
cans (ages 18 to 24) took learn how to cast a ballot, county sheriff's race to my
the time to vote in the 2004 My mother took me entire third-grade class- Kyle Wright is the News
presidential election. The with her to our local poll- room). Bulletin Editor. Contact him,
overall voter turnout was ing place for most elections People are more likely at kylew@crestviewbulletin.,
60.7 percent. between my third-grade to do something when com. Visit the "Passing Sho
How can we motivate year and when I became they are comfortable with blog at www.crestviewbulleti
the next generation of old enough to vote myself the surroundings. I was corn to learn Kyle's take on t
Americans to get out and in 1996. familiar with polling places current presidential race.


Letters to the Editor


NOFD Group 5
commissioner's race
Dear Editor
The comments below are
in reference to the political
race between Sam Anderson
and Luann Cutler, for Group
5 Commissioner, North Oka-
loosa Fire District.
I like Luann Cutler. I even
like her husband Ed Cutler,
the Fire Chief, which maybe
contrary to what some might
think. LuAnn has all of the
qualifications one would
look for in someone who
should hold that position,
including working as a vol-
unteer for the NOFD. Luann
has been an asset to the
Fire District. In most cases I
would be excited to vote for
a candidate of her quality.
However, Luann is the
wife of the Fire Chief. There-
fore, having her on the Fire
Board is not a good idea.
Even if Luann's ethics are
above reproach and I
have no reason to believe
otherwise and furthermore
I would be surprised if they
were not the mere percep-
tion that the Fire Chief has an
"in" on the Board negatively
effects the credibility of the
Boards actions.
The North Okaloosa Fire
District cannot chance the
stigma that it is in any way
a "good old boy" program.
What could possibly say
that louder than to have the
wife of the Fire Chief on the
very Board that is going to
approve/disapprove the
Fire Chief's budgets, actions,
(both positive and negative),
hiring recommendations,
counseling, terminations,
vehicle purchases, mutual
aid agreements and a pletho-
ra of other minutia. Why ex-
pose the District to that per-
ception? The District already
has the problem of not being
taken seriously by any local
Sor state government agency,
and the relations between
the neighboring departments
and the NOFD are not ex-
actly stellar. Why add to the
mix the "perception" that the
Chief has an in.
The argument to the
above is that Luann can
abstain on any votes that


directly affect her husband.
OK, I can buy into that. But
what about this: The Board
meets monthly. It has five
members. It takes three to
make a quorum. It is not
unusual for there to be less
than five members present.
If there is an issue that needs
Board attention and it de-
cided the issue does directly
affect the Fire Chief, and Lu-
ann abstains from that vote,
and the other three decide
that issue; or if only three
are present and that issue
has to postponed until next
month, are the taxpayers of
the Fire District getting their
money's worth? Are they be-
ing properly represented? Of
those five positions there is
a Chairman, Vice Chairman,
and Secretary / Treasurer.
Surely you would not want
Luann to hold any of those
positions? These are the very
questions that you should
ask yourself before casting
you vote.
The North Okaloosa Fire
District is going to need "all
hands on deck" if its ballot
initiative fails. In essence in
several years the NOFD will
have to cut staff, not replace
aging trucks and re-initiate
a volunteer program all the
while responding to an ever-
increasing amount of emer-
gency calls. The NOFD does
not need the inevitable dis-
traction that will come from
having the Fire Chiefs wife
serving as a Board member.
Sincerely
Eugene R. Wright
Crestview
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Mr.
Wright and News Bulletin Edi-
tor Kyle Wright are not related).


Vote for Wayne Harris
I have known Wayne
Harris since 1986 when we
were both assigned to the
314th Tac Airlift Wing, at Lit-
tle Rock Air Force Base, Ark.
He was a First Sergeant
of one of our largest Squad-
rons, and in this capacity he
ensured that the Squadron
was "correctly run on a daily
basis." Wayne's job was very
tough at times and was like
being a director of a city.
After retirement from the


Armed Forces, Wayne con-
tinued working in the man-
agement field and dealing
with people problems. He
applied for and was selected
as the Executive Director of
the Crestview Chamber of
Commerce. He has excelled
in this capacity and has led
in expanding the member-
ship from approximately
200 members and an almost
financially broke Chamber in
year 2000 to over 700 mem-
bers in a now financially
strong group. Wayne has
also been the guiding force
in creating and building a
new 5,100-square-foot Crest-
view Chamber of Commerce
building. He analyzed the
old building and, with the
membership's concurrence,
decided that the old build-
ing had seen its best days
and was really too small and
ill-equipped for the amount
of business partners in the
city that meet each month.
The new building will be
completely paid for and
will be equipped with the
latest in technology for the
present and future needs.
Wayne serves on many dif-
ferent types of committees
in Okaloosa County and
has learned the workings of
these groups, and this will
greatly benefit "All of the
People" in the county if he is
elected as the Commissioner
of District 1.
Wayne Harris will make
us all very proud of the job
that he will perform as the
new District 1 County Com-
missioner. He will "No
Doubt" accomplish this new
responsibility in a very pro-
fessional and outstanding
manner.
Please exercise your right
and vote for Wayne Harris.
Bill Peterson
Chief Master Sergeant,
USAF, Ret.
Milligan

Form a county
fire department
The NOFD is in deep
financial trouble, but it has
enough money to buy a ftdl
page color ad in the Oct. 22,
2008 edition of the Crestview
News Bulletin.


I found the ad to be very
interesting. Did you notice: j
the ad states, "A fire like
this happens about once a
month"? Yet, in its previous
literature, the NOFD claims
makes about 2,000 response
annually. Florida Statutes,
Chapter 191, says in part,
"Independent special fire
control districts SHALL prF
vide for fire suppression ant
prevention..." in their defi
district. It goes on to say, "..
MAY exercise.... special po
ers.:." in their defined distri
Notice the difference?
NOFD is required to fight fir
in the district, and may do
other things. Since it appear
that 99 percent of the NO
"responses" are not require
by state statutes, I suggest
one way to cut expenses is
to respond only to the fires
which they are required to
fight. They should respond-C
to other incidents only when
they are specifically called
to provide mutual aide. For
example, I don't believe it is j
necessary for the NOFD to
run to every fender bender.
In a previous glossy bro-
chure, the NOFD claims,
"The NOFD receives no rev-
enues from the state, county,,
or city to operate." .
I wonder if the property
owners in the NOFD know
they are paying to provide
fire protection to the Bob
Sikes Airport. For starters,
I don't think a "residential
fire department" should be o-
providing fire protection to T
an airport. That's a different..
ballgame. It requires differ-,,,
ent manning, training, and ,,
equipment. It also brings on
a whole different set of i;abill,
ties. And since it's a county
airport, why aren't all the
citizens of Okaloosa County
paying to provide the airport
fire protection?
We have at least six "fire
districts" in north Okalooosa'a
County. It-seems all are linA-
cially strapped. It's time forj.
the county to absorb all the.
districts into a county fire
department. Just think of the
savings to be realized...over-
head, equipment, manpower'
buildings, etc.
Sincerely,
Daniel A. Bozwers Sr. .


JCNBSA*F


Jason Mobley
General Manager
jasonm@
crestviewbulletin.com


Kyle Wright
Editor
kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com


Melissa Tedder
Office Manager
Melissa@
crestviewbulletin.com


Amanda Kosche
Graphic Artist
amanda@
crestviewbulletin.com


Ann Spann
Photographer
anns@
crestviewbulletin.com


Brian Hughes
Reporter
brianh@
crestviewbulletin.com


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Military News
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Account Executive
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nwfdailynews.com


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Account Executive
jeremyc@
crestviewbulletin.com


Heather Gann
Account Executive
hgann@
crestviewbulletin.com


Greg Allen Randy Dickson
Production Manager Sports Editor
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Community News
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Florida Forest Stewardship Tour held at local tree farm

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin


A tour was held on the Stewardship Property of Bud
and Karen Turner near Laurel Hill this past Thursday.
The Florida Forest Stewardship Program is the manage-
ment of forests to keep them in productive condition to
increase the economic and environmental benefits of the
land. The Turner Farm was recently certified as a tree
farm.
The event included a field tour of the Turner Farm
and presentations by staff from the Florida Division of
Forestry, Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission and the
U.S. Department of Agriculture. Topics included cogon-
grass control, quail management, gopher tortoise miti-
gation, cracker cattle in silvopasture systems and USDA
cost share programs.


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Hay rides were a fun way to transport visitors on a field tour of the Turner property.


Above, farmers discussed everything from conservation
programs to the weather during a tour of the Turner Tree
Farm. At right, Daphne McCann, a gopher tortoise North
- Regional Biologist with the Florida Fish and Wildlife
. Commission, spoke about programs to protect the
endangered gopher tortoise.


USDA District Conservationist Darryl Williams presents
Bud and Karen Turner with a sign to mark their farm as
protecting natural resources by conservation.


Folk Art Festival


: Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
The Flying Needles Quilt Guild had one of the most colorful booths at the festival.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The first "Tween The
Rivers Folk Art Festival"
was held this past Saturday
at the Baker Block Museum.
See more photos at crest-
viewbulletin.com.


At left, Harvey Davis
displays his gourd art at the
first annual Folk Art Festival.


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Vot YS on0ODICarerAmendent-


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.


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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 NOFDi
Charter Amendment 1.
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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.


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.


A new Class A Pumper Costs over $400,000.


Can you afford NOT to have a full-time North Okaloosa Fire Department needs one.
Fire Department? The average age of our apparatus is 21+ years.






Vote YES on NOFD Charter Amendment 1

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SCHEDULE
Today
High School Volleyball
Crestview/Pine Forest Winner
vs. TBA, District 1 -5A tour-
nament at Escambia, TBA

Thursday
High School Volleyball
Laurel HilV Rocky Bayou Chris-
tian winner vs. TBA District
1 -A tournament at Laurel Hill,
6 p.m.
BakerNemon/Jay vs. PCA/
Freeport winner at District 1-2A
tournament at Jay, 7 p.m.

JV Football
Crestview at Milton, 5 p.m.

Freshman Football
Crestview at Milton, 7 p.m.

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

Friday
High School Football
Baker at Vernon, 7 p.m.
Milton at Crestview, 7 p.m.

12U Baseball
The Heavy Hitters 12U
baseball team will hold
tryouts Nov. 15 from 9 a.m.-
11 a.m. at the Baker Area
Youth Complex.
For more information call
902-6237 or 496-6235.

Football tryouts
The Crestview
Thunderbirds semi-pro foot-
ball 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.' Contact Coach
Taylor at 305-2317 or e-mail
coach@crestviewthunder-
birds.com with questions.
The team will compete in the
Premier Football League.,

YOUTH SPORTS
FOOTBALL
Pee Wee 1
Team W-L
Steelers 8-0
Vikings 6-3
Bulldogs 5-3
Buccaneers 2-6
Cowboys 0-9

Pee Wee 2
Team W-L
Vikings 7-1
Cowboys 6-2
Packers 5-3
Bulldogs 5-3
Buccaneers 3-5
Titans 2-6
Steelers 0-8

SOCCER
U8 RE
Team W-L-T
Tornados 9-1
Cosmos 5-3
Galaxy 4-5-1
Rangers 1-7-1

U8 BL
Team W-L-T
Cyclones 9-0-0
Stingers 4-4-1
Wizards 2-5-2
Hurricanes 0-8-1
U10
Team W-L-T
Mutiny 7-2-0
Stingers 5-3-0
Tornadoes 4-3-'
Cosmos 5-4-0
Cyclones 3-5-1
Galaxy 2-6-2
Rangers 2-5-0
U12
Team W-L-T
Stingers 9-0-0
Mutiny 5-2-2
Cosmos 4-4-2
Rangers 2-5-2
Cyclones 0-9-0

U15
Team W-L-T
Cosmos 8-0-0
Cyclones 3-4-1
Mutiny 3-4-1
Rangers 1-7-0


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Baker's Marcus Jones (with ball) heads downfield against Holmes County. Christian Mainor (15) provides a block
against a Blue Devil defender.


That championship feeling


Baker Gators plays for district title on Friday


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER There was a
different feel in the Baker
field house Monday after-
noon.
No matter how Bob Kel-
logg and his Gator football
team might have tried to
act as if things were busi-
ness as usual, there was an
early sense of the big things-
that might be brewing Frin-
day night in Vernon.
Kellogg is giving his
players a printout that has
a headline, "2008 District
Championship," along
with a quote from legend-
ary Alabama football coach


FRIDAY'S GAME
Baker (5-2, 3-0) at Vernon (3-4,: 1-1) 7 p.m.
Radio: WTJT
Last meeting: Vernon won 41-27 last year.
Fast fact- Vernon is the reigning Distric: 1 -2B champion.


Paul "Bear" Bryant.
The quote says, "It's not
the will to win that matters,
everyone has that. It's the
will to prepare to win that
matters."
The Gators are then chal-
lenged with the question,
"Am I willing to give it my
all mentally and physically
this week?
If Baker (5-2, 3-0) beats


the Yellow Jackets (3-4,
1-1) the 2008 District 1-2B
championship belongs to
the Gator -
'We control our des-
tiny," Kellogg said. "Every-
body else is kind of waiting
to see what somebody else
will do, but Friday night,
hopefully we will take ad-
vantage of that.
"Otherwise there's no


telling how it will end up.
You can go from being dis-
trict champ to nothing by
this game."
Kellogg didn't down-
play the significance of the
contest.
"This is the biggest
game.since I've been here,"
he said. "It's also the big-
gest game for these kids.
I think this is what these
kids since ninth grade have
played for.
"That was their goal last
year that they would like to
win it, and the team we are
playing is the one you felt
See FEELING B4


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

This week's 'sand-
wich' game for Crest-
view's football team isn't
the cakewalk most people
might want.
The Bulldogs are com-
ing off an exciting 14-13
win over District 2-4A
rival Fort Walton Beach.
And next week Crest-
view hosts Navarre in a
key district game that has
playoff implications writ-
ten all over it.
First, though, the Bull-
dogs (3-4) have to worry
about a Milton team (3-4)
that CHS hasn't beaten
since the 2002 playoffs.
Yet it might be a good
thing the Panthers are,
coming to Jack Foster Sta-
dium rather than a team
with no history against
the Bulldogs. The Crest-
view coaches and players
alike understand the chal-
lenge in getting ready for


Nick Tomecek / Florida Freedom Newspapers
Crestview quarterback Blake Ritchie throws downfield
during the Dawgs' win against Fort Walton Beach.


the Panthers even in what
is an off year for Milton.
"They've struggled a
little bit early but coach
(Mike) McMillion has
them getting better each
week, and we are going to
have our hands full," Bull-
dogs coach Matt Brunson
said. "They graduated a
bunch of kids last year off
a good football team, just


like all of us do. You have
to rebuild, reload and
sometimes it might take a
couple of weeks to get ev-
erybody in the right spot
to be suicce-ssful.
"Our big game hap-
pens in two weeks when
we play Navarre. What-
ever happens in District
(2-4A), we could be play-
ing Milton again in a cou-


FRIDAY'S GAME
Milton (3-4) at Cre tr'iew
(3-4).
7 p.m.
Radio: WAAZ-WJSB
Last meeting: Miltcn won
25-10 last year.
Fast fact: Milton already
has more regular-season
losses than in an/ other
season this decade.


ple of weeks if we get in
the playoffs."
Having never, beaten
the Panthers is extra in-
centive for offensive line-
man Josh Hamilton.
"It's not going to be
hard to keep focused on
them," he said. "We have
a lot of history and past
with them, and lately
-they've been beating us
so it's time to get back at
them.
"It would berealsweet
(to beat the Panthers) be-

See MILTON B5


Thrilling win kept Dawgs' playoff dreams alive


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It's amazing what a dif-
ference a few days or in
the case of the Crestview
football team's 14-13 win
over Fort Walton Beach, a
few hours can make.
This time last week
most people myself
included were ready to
write off the Bulldogs in
2008.


I had pointed out they
were probably better than
their record indicated, but
I didn't think they had
much of a chance against
Fort Walton Beach. The Vi-
kings were supposed to be
the class of District 2-4A.
This past Friday was going
to be another step toward
the district championship.
The best-case scenario
was the Vikings would
beat Crestview, Navarre


would upend Choctaw-
hatchee and then Bulldogs
would beat the Raiders to
set up a shootout for sec-
ond place in the district.
Only dreamers had
Crestview beating Fort
Walton Beach.
.Then again, who would
have thought the Tampa
Bay Rays would be in the
World Series?
Dreams are the founda-
tions of sports.


From the first time a
kid plays catch with his
dad in the backyard, he
starts to dream of playing
Major League Baseball. Or
maybe it's that first time a
young football player sees
a high school or college
game and begins to dream
the dream of playing for
Crestview, Baker, Florida
State or Georgia.

See DREAMS B4


VOLLEYBALL
Baker 3, Laurel Hill 1
Baker completed the sea-
son svAeep of Laurel Hill in
volleyball on Oct. 21 taking the
match 3-1.
Game scores were 13-25,
25-20, 25-20, 25-13.
See photos from the match
on Page B5 and at www.
crestviewbulletin.com
Baker: Kali Flanders 2
blocks, 5 digs, 11 kills; Lauren
Griffith 2 aces, 24 assists, 3
digs, 2 kills; Courtney Fountain
1 ace, 1 dig, 8 kills; Kaitlyn
Hunter 17 digs; Alyssa Horn 3
assists, 1 block, 13 kills; Kaylee
Bradley 3 aces, 1 block, 6 kills.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 2
aces, 2 blocks, 8 digs, 18 kills;
Brittany Kelley 1 block, 3 digs,
2 kills; Jami Sheets 5 assists,
10 digs; Amanda King 5 aces,
9 digs, 6 kills; Elizabeth Van
Winkle 3 aces, 13 assists, 8
digs.

Milton 3, Crestview 0
Milton swept Crestview in a
ron-district contest onOct. 21,
25-11,277-25., 25-18
Crestview: Alicia Dukes 13
kills; Jacey Sanders 16 assists,
8 blocks, 2' kills;, 2 digs; Laurel
Estep 4 kills, 4 blocks. 3 digs.

Baker 3, Walton 0
Baker dispatched Walton
in three games this past
Thursday, 25-19. 25-17, 25-12,
to conclude the regular season
with.an 11-3 ecord
Baker: Ka.lee Bradley 11
kills, 5 aces. 4 blocks, 1 dig;
Kali Flanders 4 kills. 3 aces, 1
dig, 1 asicist Courtney/Fountain
5 kills, 2 assists, 1 block, 1
dig- Lauren Gnmit 16 assists.
1 ace. 1 ,l1g: Kaillin Hunter 18
digs, 1 ace.

Laurel Hill 3, Walton 2
The Hoboes' Katie Free.
pounded out 28 kills as Laurel
Hill pre ailei, 2-,12, 24-26, 25-
27, 25-13, 15-8 on Thursday.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 28
kills, 10 digs, 3 blocks, 3 aces;
Amanda King 7 aces, 5 digs,
3 kills; Elizabeth VanWinkle 13
assists, 13 digs, 4 aces; Jami
Sheets 11 aces, 8 digs, 1 kill;
Tabitha VanWinkle 9 digs, 5
aces, 3 blocks; Amanda Richey
9 digs, 5 aces, 3 blocks.

Crestview 3, Pace 0
The quartet of Brittany
Zellars, Cora Merritt, Dawn
Holderfields and Erin Koester
took to the home floor one
last time on Senior Night and\
helped lead the Bulldogs to a
3-0 sweep of Pace.
Game scores were 25-17,
25-15, 25-10.
Crestview: Brittany Zellars
6 digs, 2 kills; Cora Merritt
3 aces, 1 assist, 10 digs;
Daiwn Holderfelders 1 as-
sist, 2 blocks, 3 digs, 3 kills,
n-n Koester 3 aces. 1 assist,
1,3 Jdigs: -.ly Helwick 1 dig, 1
-ill, Lauren Este.p 1 assist, 4
blocks, 4 digs, 6 kills; Meki
Singleton 2 blocks, 2 kills; Alicia
Dukes 4 ace.s, 6 blocks, 2 digs,
1 7 kills; Ja,:e, Sanders 2 aces,
25 assists, 6 blocks, 3 digs, 3
kills: Sara Hamilton 4 blocks,
1 rdig. 4 kills: Sara Cadenhead
2 digs.


CROSS COUNTRY
Florida Panhandle
Championships
Cresr.iew's boys cross
country team finished ninth
out of 26 complete teams
at the Florida Panhandle
Championships held Saturday
in Marianna.
The CHS girls were unable
to field a complete team.
Crestview boys: 17.
Jacob Gourlie 16:55; 35. Dylan
Tillman 17:17; 54. Dylon Brown
17:44; 67. Blake Shefflar
18:10; 74. Corey Smith 18:15;
Cameron Sanchez 18:29;
Connor Marshall 18:52.
Crestview girls: 13. Lauren
Day 20:10; 17. Taylor Polk
20:23; 85. Elise Jenkins 23:57;
98. Katelyn Barton 24:38.


Milton matchup has Crestview's attention


E Y U IN V E We are always looking for sports information and news
from those involved in our community. FREED OM
Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor _-. -_~.D..D-.
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd@crestviewAlletin.com N-l"M a h e Coa s
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HALLOWEEN SPECIAL


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008


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Tips for a safe Halloween


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


Friday evening, the streets
of Crestview will be under
invasion. The attackers range
from Spiderman to Ironman,
along with cowboys, pirates,
ghosts, ghouls, zombies
and goblins of all
descriptions.
It's Halloween,
that time when
kids of all ages dress
up in their scariest or
Most satirical finery and
take to the streets.
C restxiew Police Lt.
Kent Biickner offered some
excellent Halloween safety


tips for trick-or-treating:
Only visit houses that are
well lit.
Always travel with
someone, preferably and adult.
Don't eat any candy until
an adult has inspected it.
Don't eat anything that
appears to be tampered with.
One of the biggest safety
concerns is making sure your
trick-or-treater is obvious to
motorists.
"Make sure someone with
you has a flashlight, light-
colored clothing, and/or a
glow stick, so you are visible at
night," Buckner advised.
And motorists, take it
slow and easy, particularly


in residential neighborhoods,
Buckner said. Keep an eye open
for youngsters walking along
the street. Their focus might
be on the next handout, not on
vehicles traveling the roads.
If you're attending an adult
Halloween party where alcohol
is served, make sure you have
a designated driver to get you
home safely if you indulge, or
call a, taxi.
Make this Halloween in the
north end of the county a safe
one: Don't drink and drive.

What's your Halloween costume
idea or safety tip? Share it at our
Web site, www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Neal and Hannah
Twitty of Laurel Hill
demonstrate Halloween
trick-or-treating safety by
making sure their mom,
Jessica, goes along with
them. Also note that Neal
carries his Spider-Man
mask while walking to
make sure his vision is
not obscured.


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Sheriffs Office offers Halloween safey ips


Special to the News Bulletin
The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
recommends "Trick-or-Treat" activities
be conducted between the hours of 6
and 8 p.m. Friday.
Here are some suggestions for
Halloween safety:
Select costumes with safety
in mind. Avoid masks that restrict
vision. Long. flowing costumes
may become snagged or cause the
wearer to trip.
Make sure the costume does
not impair mobility for safe walking
or driving.
When out at night, carry a
flashlight with strong batteries.


Make certain all materials used in the
costume are fire-retardant.
*Trick-or-Treaters should stay in
familiar neighborhoods.
Not everyone participates in
Halloween. Bypass houses that are dark
and not decorated.
Children should stay in groups,
with an adult or responsible older child
present to supervise at all times.
Carefully inspect all food items prior
to consuming them.
Keep pets indoors.
Motorists should exercise special
caution in residential areas. Adult
partygoers should make "designated
driver" arrangements if alcohol will be
served.


Solutions to sticky Halloween messes


Special to the News Bulletin

Halloween clean-up
from jack-o-lantemrn
goo and messy make-
up to sticky fingerprints
and melted chocolate -7
can be a parent's worst
nightmare. Weiman
Products (www.weiman.
com) has brewed up
some helpful Halloween
cleaning "tricks."

Hard candy
Problem: In all the
excitement of candy
swapping, your living
room carpet becomes
a dumping ground for
sticky wrappers.
Solution: Blot sugary
stains with a mixture of
one teaspoon of neutral
detergent and one cup
of lukewarm water. For
melted sugar candy, mix
one-third cup of white
vinegar with two-thirds
cup of water and blot.
Blot once more with
detergent mixture and
finish by blotting with
clean water.


Gum
Problem: Some goblin
forgot a pack of chewing
gum in their pocket and it
accidentally goes through
the washing machine and
.. -all over-the other clothes.
Solution: Fill a plastic
bag with ice cubes and
hold the bag in place
over the gummy mess
for a few minutes until
it begins to harden and
loosen; you can then
gently peel it from the
surface of the clothes.

Chocolate/Peanut
butter
Problem: Somebody
enjoyed a peanut butter
cup while watching a
spooky movie... and left
some scary fingerprints
on the good leather
furniture.
Solution: First, blot
away excess candy with
a clean dry cloth. Avoid
wiping, as that will only
spread the stain. Then,
leave the stain alone, as
it will dissipate into the


leather. Do not apply
water or try to wash
the stain, rather apply a
leather conditioner once
the surface has dried
completely.

Candle wax
Problem: Melted
candle wax from a
-smiling Jack-o-lantem
spills onto your carpet,
tablecloth or furniture.
Solution: An easy way
to remove melted candle
wax from'furniture,
carpet and tablecloths
is to apply a product
designed specifically for
this purpose.

Caramel apples
Problem: What's more
fun than dipping caramel
apples over the stove?
There's just one problem.
How do you get rid of
that sticky residue all over
your stovetop?
Solution: To remove
the caramel, use a cook
top cleaner and scrubbing
pad designed to clean
but not scratch your glass
or ceramic smooth top
range.

Fake Blood
Problem: Dracula
spilled fake blood all over
your carpet.
Solution: Cover the
fake blood in salt to
absorb the stain. Then, to
remove the spot, dab the
stain with a mixture of
hydrogen peroxide and
water.


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HALLOWEEN SPECIAL


Crestview News Bulletin B3


Halloween Tips and "Tricks"
Linda DeRose-Droubay does not mean these items
Director of Product Safety and Quality catch fire, it does indicate t
Compliance, HearthSong items will resist burning anc
extinguish quickly once ren
Halloween is one of the most the ignition source.
enjoyable holidays for adults and Purchase or make cos
children alike. It is also a time for that are light and bright enc
making sure our kids are safe in clearly visible to motorists.
their costumes, on the street and For greater visibility dL
enjoying all the treats collected on dusk and darkness, decor
their rounds. trim costumes with reflectiv
Let's not forget about making sure that will glow in the beam o
Mom and Dad have fun with their headlights. Bags or sacks
children on this spooky night! be light colored or decoratE
The following tips will help ensure reflective tape.
your trick-or-treaters enjoy haunting Children should wear
, their neighborhoods while gathering sturdy shoes. Exaggerated
their munchings and crunchings! can result in slipping or twist
ankles while walking.
Pumpkin Carving Hats and scarves shoi
Never let young children near fitted enough to prevent the
carving tools. Non-toxic paint, . ,r'i' over children's eye
stickers, and push-in lights are safe Apply a natural mask (
decorating aiterr at,. -: Or let your safe cc.m:rrei,: rather than
child draw -he li.:e on,, Ire pumpkin; Ios-fittirg rr, ithal might
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on a flat, tip-proof surface in a well-lit enough to allow full vision,
room. unobstructed breathing op,
Don't let your child use adult Swords, knives, and si
kitchen knives-supply safer, kid-size costume accessories shou
tools created specifically for this soft and flexible material.
purpose.
Consider using battery operated Pedestrian Safety
candles, tea lights or ii.r-E.h,-i hts to Have your trick-or-trea
illuminate your decorative .accents your cell phone.
instead of candles. All children should WA
run from house to house ar
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Make sure your children in the street.
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wrapped) for any signs of tampering, yards where ornaments, fui
such as an unusual appearance, clotheslines present dange
discoloration, pinholes or tears in
wrappers. Throw away anything that More safety
looks suspicious. Children should not er
For young children, remove hard homes or apartments unless
candies as they can become choking accompanied by an adult.
hazards; even larger varieties, which If you are expecting tri
will shrink as they are mouthed. treaters remove anything th
Other choking hazards for be an obstacle from lawns,
younger children include gum, nuts, porches.
small toys and coins. Candlelit Jack-o'-lante
If juice or cider is served to be kept away from landing
children at Halloween parties, make doorsteps where costumes
sure it is pasteurized or otherwise brush against the flame.
treated to destroy harmful bacteria. Indoor Jack-o'-lantern
Juice or cider that has not been should be kept away from (
treated will state it on the label. decorations, and other furn
that could be ignited.
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008 -


Football programs recognize Players of the Week


Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview and
Baker football programs
recognized the Players of
the Week from their victo-
ries this past week.
Senior safety Jason
Parker, senior linebacker
Gabe Goodson, senior
running back Jordan
Glover, junior quarter-
back Blake Ritchie and ju-
nior split end Chris Pick-
ett were honored for their
roles in the Dawgs' 14-13


Jordan Gabe
Glover Goodson

win against Fort Walton
Beach.
Parker had 13 tackles
and forced a pair of turn-
overs. Goodson made 11


Jason Chris
Parker Pickett


tackles. Glover ran for 178
yards. Ritchie complet-
ed 7 of 12 passes for 124
yards and a touchdown.
Pickett caught four passes


Blake Christian
Ritchie Mainor

for 77 yards, including the
game-winning TD .
Crestview Paint &
Body makes a donation
to the Crestview High


Vada
Moore


Preston
Nixon


School football program
after each Dawg win.
Baker's coaches hon-
ored Christian Mainor,
Preston Nixon and Vada


Moore as the Gators' Play-
ers of the Week.
Mainor, who led the
Gators on a scoring drive'
in the final quarter, was
named Offensive Player
of the Week.
Nixon, who made sev-
en tackles, was selected
at Defensive Player of the -
Week.
Moore, who came back
from an injury to make a
pair of tackles, was Spe-
cial Teams Player of the
Week.


FEELING continued from B1


1ST DIVISION
Standings
Jaguars 106.0
Armageddon 99.0
Hit Men 96.0
Disfunctional Dogs 74.0
Who Darted? 38.0
Scorpions 37.0

Weekly High In
Mark Benoit T12
Judy Fitzgerald 80

Weekly High Out
Ron Meyer T18
Ann Olszewski 66

Season High In
Adam Kelly T70
Jo Mims 91

Season High Out
Terry Parker T60
Marie Bundrick 80

Men's MVP Points & Tons
John Montford, 223, 36;
Adam Kelley, 217, 33; Terry
Parker, 216, 41; D.J. Parker,
194, 26; Bobby Gainey, 186,
28; Ron Meyer, 182,39; Ray
Knudson, 181, 22; Wayne
Matlock, 174, 29; Mark Benoit,
172,27; Ken Bundrick, 172,
38; Steve Hinrichs, 170, 21;
Kevin Fitzgerald, 170, 38;
Bob Duboise, 155, 22;' Doug
Cooper, 135,18; Rodney
Brackett, 112, 22; Tom Pallone,
100, 18; Keith Howell, 99,
20; Brooks Taylor, 92, 7; Bill
Brumbaugh, 68,14; John
Hashek, 53, 11; Brian Soals,
48, 10; Steve Dale, 41; 5; Ron
Jackson, 10, 2; Chuck Gagner,
3, 3; Joe Davison, 2, 0; John
Wood, 0, 0.

Women's MVP Points &
Tons
Ellen Hashek,.146,16;
Marie Bundrick, 83, 6; Judy
Fitzgerald, 76, 14; Ann
Olszewski, 39, 1; Jo Mims,
36, 5; Sharon Hindrichs, 1, 0;
Rhonda Cooper, 0, 0.

2ND DIVISION
Standings
Hell's Henchmen 93.0
Stars & Stripes 66.0
Fallout 49.0
AL Riders 43.0
Darty Minds 39.5
A.L.Longshots 36.0

Weekly High In
Rich Wesche TO1
Elizabeth Koonce 42


Weekly High Out
Dan Cowan 94
Jenny Montford 38

Season High In
Rich Wesche T20
Johnathon Haggard T20
Kim Page T20

Season High Out
Jack Miller TO6
Lydia Benoit 59

Men's MVP Points & Tons
Rich Wesche, 191, 35;
Jonathan Haggard, 186,
36; Jonathan Burris, 165,
14; Kenny Blair, 120,12;
Paul Carney, 119, 14; Devin
Fitzgerald, 118, 21; Terry
Hindall, 118, 18; Carl Smiley,
111, 13; Aaron Zimmerman,
102,19; Jack Miller, 85, 10;
Al Zimmerman, 83, 5; Dan
Cowan, 82, 7; Mike Ricks, 81,
8; Phil Phillips, 80, 10; Russel
Carroll, 77, 10; Larry Page, 63,
9; Walt Montford, 59, 0; Johnny
Griffin, 50, 4; Gary Easterwood,
43, 1; Rob Davis, 43, 4; Billy
Becknell, 43, 0; Kevin Yaw, 40,
3; Darryl Brooks, 28, 0; Brian
Martin, 27, 5; Jeff Blair, 10, 0;
Robert Griffen, 9, 1; Ted Glover,
0, 0; Russell Chamberlain, 0, 0;
Charlie Suggs, 0, 0.

Women's MVP Points &
Tons
Jenny Montford, 100, 9;
Lydia Benoit, 93, 8; Elizabeth
Koonce, 76, 2; Kim Page, 69,
13; Jean Decker, 33, 5; Kristina
Carroll, 32, 1; Donna Barbera,
0, 0; JoAnn Smiley, 0, 0.

Special Scores
Adam Kelly, T80, 28 Aug
2008.
John Montford, T80, 04 Sep
2008.
Kevin Fitzgerald, T80, 11
Sep 2008.
Jon Burris, T80, 02 Oct.
2008.
Ron Meyer, T80, 16 Oct.
2008.
Ray Knudson, T80, 23 Oct.
2008.
Kevin Fitzgerald, T80, 23
Oct. 2008.

Announcements
Div. 1 High Ton T80 Ray
Knudson; Kevin Fitzgerald, T40;
Ron Meyer and Ann Olzewski
T20.
Div. 2 High Ton T58 Jon
Burris; T54 Dan Cowan; and
Aaron Zimmerman T40.
John Montford threw an 8
dart 301 on Oct 2, 2008.


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Thursday Lowball, Oct. 23
1. Shane Willis, Mac
Henderson, Don Mazerat,
David Smith -6
2. Aaron Daniel, Skipper Kemp,
George Bonner, Melvin Cox -5
3. Bob Frazier, Hal Jellison,
Alan Parsons, Claude Stiles -5
4. Bill Chandler, Jesse Dennis,
Brian Kamrowski, Gary Zick -5

Christian Thomhave
Memorial Tournament
Oct. 24
Flight 1
T-1. Steve Mobley/Ron
Henderson, Kee Anderson/
Terry Parker 61
T-3. Brad Gutnik/Jeff Holmes,
David Smith/Brandon Martin 63

Flight 2
T-1. Curt Barto/Ed Rivera,
Andrew Gamble/Cory
McSween 65
T-3. Tim Stanley/Mike Taylor,
Mark Robinson/Brandon
Moser, Bobby Elmore/Dennis
Wilkerson, Chester Highsmith /
Richard Lawson 68

Flight 3
1. Joe Altieri/Phil Kean 65
2. Jack Patten/Aaron Daniel 68
T-3. A.J. Anderson/Ron
Magruder, Joe Navas Sr./Joe
Navas Jr. 69

Flight 4
1. Jim Bowman/Dave Smith 68
2. Jay Boxberger/Joel
Boxberger 72


3. Don Howard/Chris Howard
73
T-4. Neil Schaible/Betty
Ahearn, Dona Bouchard/Pat
Martin, Rick Gutenmann/Erik
Stenberg 74

Flight 5
1. Dee Sparkman/Steve
Sparkman 65
2. Jesse Dennis/Alan Parsons
72
3. Jim Yagow/Frank Carr 74
4. Farrell Sasser/Justin McLane
75

Flight 6
1. Nancy Breitbach/Don
Breitbach 71
2. Mike Hammers/Gary Smith
74
T-3. Werth Pittman/Neil
Thompson, Karen Donaldson/
Debra Henderson 76

Sunday Lowball, Oct. 26
1. Larry Fordyce, Tom Prier, Pat
' Iirin, Dean Martin -13
2. Ken Blocker, Ron
Henderson, Gene Cox, Jim
Meager -13
3. Mike Bouchard, Dona
Bouchard, Don Brietbach,
Nancy Breitbach, Steve
Whiddon -12
4. Jay Merrifield, Tom Cook,
Archie Perez, Howard Mitcheill
-11
5. Max Carver, Brian
Humphrey, Mike Taylor, Ferrell
Sasser -11


like you had to beat."
It has been seven long
years since Baker won a dis-
trict title. The bull Gators of
this year's senior class were
Gator pups in elementary
school.
No Gator has waited lon-
ger for the district title than
senior Billy Whatmough,
who started on the varsity
as an eighth grader.
"I think we are focused,"
he said. "We have to come
out and have a great week
of practice. We've been
waiting for this four or
five weeks, and our whole
varsity career comes down
to this week.
"They have some great
athletes over there with
tremendous speed so we
are going to have to out-
execute them."


Baker


When Kellogg talks
about the Yellow Jackets
he again sees a team with
potential to take it the dis-
tance at any time. He also
sees a team that has had
trouble hanging onto the
football when forced to
make long drives.
Even its win Friday
against Northview, Ver-
non fumbled several
times. The Yellow Jackets
were able to recover the
fumbles and hang on for
the win.
There was some good
news on the defensive
front for the Gators. Line-
backer Josh Rose, who dis-
located his shoulder against
South Walton on Sept. 26,
has returned to the lineup.
Rose was one of the
team's leading tacklers at


the time of his injury More
importantly, he was the
leader on the defense help-
ing get other players in
proper alignment, which
is very important against a
team with big play ability.
Four years of hard work
and some lean times hold all
the motivation the Gators
need against Vernon.
"We took some beatings
when we were freshmen
and sophomores, and we've
kind of come up through
the program," quarterback
Cameron Domangue said.
"Now \we are seniors and
it's a lot of motivation be-
cause it's (a championship)
something I wanted since I
started playing football.
"Now we have a chance,
and nobody takes it for
granted."


Fort
Walton
Beach
was
6-0 and
ranked
No. 3 in
Class 4A
coming
into the
game


Throughout the week,:
Domangue and the other.
players will be thinking.
about their missing team-
mate, Travis Peoples, who
died in an accident prior to
2007 season.
If Peoples could spend 30
seconds with his teammates*
Domangue knows exactly-
what he'd tell them as they,
prepare for the biggest game '
of their lives.
"I think Travis would just'.
tell us we can do it," Do-;
mangue said. "He'd say it's:
ours for the taking, to just go-
out and do what we do. 1i
"Don't leave anything od
the field and don't leave any
question unanswered."

Visit our online Baker foot-.
ball reference page at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


DREAMS continued from B1


Little girls playing bas-
ketball all across the coun-
try dream of being a Lady
Vol or playing for UConn.
High school athletes
dream of a state champion-
ships and upset wins over
big-time opponents. They
dream about having the
ball in their hands making
the big play or being the
defender that makes the
big stop that saves the vic-
tory.
Athletes live for a dream
that crystallizes in that


perfect moment of compe-
tition.
Trailing 13-0 late in third
quarter against Fort Walton
Beach, it really looked as if
the Bulldogs were dream-
ing an impossible dream.
A Jerry Siler touchdown
and J.T. Arnold extra point
cut the Viking lead to 13-7
as the dream stayed alive.
Crestview quarterback
Blake Ritchie and receiver
Chris Pickett lived that
dream in the game-win-
ning drive, Tight end Allen


BAKER 43,

HOLMES COUNTY 13


improved Jomar
to 3-0 in Holmes County 7 0 0 6 13 Concepcion
the Baker 7 14 16 6 43 en
S1ST QUARTER set up this
District BAKER Cameron Domangue 2 run (David Beck kick), TD with a
1-2B 7:49 / 56-yard run
standings HOLMES COUNTY Jomar Concepcion 1 run on the Blue
(Josh French kick), 6:44
2ND QUARTER Devils' first
BAKER Marcus Jones 12 run (David Beck kick), 6:00 play.
B BAKER Kellan Meeks 19 pass from Cameron Concepcion
Baker Domangue (David Beck kick), :07 would finish
moved 77 3RD QUARTER with 124
yards in BAKER Safety, Jomar Concepcion tackled In
2:38 for end zone, 11:44 rushing
this TD BAKER Kellan Meeks 4 run (David Beck kick), 9:44 yards and
ust before BAKER Cameron Davis 32 pass from Cameron 110 passing
just before Domangue (David Beck kick), 5:37 \ ,yards
the half. 4TH QUARTER \ yards
Marcus BAKER Dakota Hooper 18 run (kick blocked),
Jones' 9:25 \ The first
32-yard HOLMES COUNTY Danny Herbeth 23 pass from Jomar Holmes
-yardun got Concepcion (run failed), 2:42 Countymes
the drive PLAYER STATISTICS drive of
going / -OFFENSE the
PASSING Baker, Cameron Domangue 4-5-0-91, second
Christian Mainor 1-1-0-10. seo
/ RUSHING -Baker, Cameron Domangue 20-170, Marcus half
Jones 13-101, Billy Whatmough 8-69, Christian Mainor started on
3-22, Kellan Meeks 4-22, Dakota Hooper 1-18. the 6 after
Christian RECEIVING Baker, Cameron Davis 2-60, Kellan Meeks the Blue
Mainor 2-33, Billy Whatmough 1-8. Devils
was the DEFENSE couldn't
QB and Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss included in to- handle the
other new tal)- Dakota Hooper 6-4-10, David Beck 3-7-10, Preston kickoff,
faces Nixon 5-2-7, Kellan Meeks 2-4-7, Josh Rose 2-2-5. Blake The safety
got some Bollinger 2-1-4, Josh Williams 1-2-4, Tyer Holley 3-0-3,
playing Billy Whatmough 1-2-3, Cameron Davis 1-2-3, Christian came on
playing Mainor 2-0-2, Vada Moore 2-0-2, Cameron Domangue the next
time on 1-0-1, Marcus Jones 1-0-1, Tyler Moberly 1-0-1, Jacob play
Baker's Lawson 1-0-1, Brandon Ates 0-1-1.
final TD Sack Josh Rose.
drive. Tackles for loss- Josh Williams, Kellan Meeks, Blake One of
Bollinger
Cameron Fumbles forced Dakota Hooper these first
Domangue Fumbles recovered Preston Nixon downs
got the Interception Brandon Ales was a 31 -
99-yard TEAM STATISTICS yard run
drive HC B by Billy
going with FIRST DOWNS 10 23 Whatrnmough
a 44-yard TOTAL NET YARDS 262 503 on a fake
run from NET YARDS RUSHING 26-147 49-402 punt that
the NET YARDS PASSING 8-16-1-115 5-6-0-101 kept a TD
FUMBLES-LOST 1-1 0-0
Baker 1 PENALTIES-YARDS 5-30 6-i35 drive alive


Caldwell also shared in the
dream with a key catch.
Pickett had a 43-yard
catch that gave the Dawgs
a first down at the FWB
23-yard line and the game-
winning touchdown catch
that will be remembered by
the Crestview faithful for
years to come.
Jordan Glover shared in
the dream as he powered
his way to a 178 -yard rush-
ing performance.
The Bulldog defense
did its part too, holding the


Vikings to one offensive
touchdown which came on.
a sh6rt field after a turn-
over.
Safety Jason Parker wag
a force with 13 tackles, an
interception and fumble
recovery.
Linebacker Gabe Good-
son continued to play out-;
standing defense with 11
tackles.
Suddenly the thought
of Crestview making the
playoffs isn't such a far-
fetched dream.


CRESTVIEW 14,

FWB 13


Both Viking
TDs were
the result
of CHS
mistakes on
punt
attempts



Jordan
Glover
carried
five times
for 41


yards on
this drive
to set up
the first
Dawg TD


tried a
47-yard
field goal
attempt
as time
expired,
but the
kick fell
short


The
Dawgs
held the
FWB
passing
attack \
about
50 yards \
below its
season
average


Ft. Walton Beach 0 6 7 0 13
Crestview 0 0 7 7 14
2ND QUARTER
FORT WALTON BEACH Trent Williams 16
fumble return (kick failed), :08
3RD QUARTER
FORT WALTON BEACH --J.T. Wortham 15 pass
from Luke Barnes (Don David kick), 6:50
CRESTVIEW Jerry Slier 9 run (J.T. Arnold kick),
1:35


4TH QUARTER
CRESTVIEW Chris Pickett 23 pass from Blake
Crestview Ritchie(J.T. Arnold kick), :12
moved 76
yards in PLAYER STATISTICS
the final OFFENSE
1:50 to PASSING Crestview, Blake Ritchie 7-12-0-124.
score the RUSHING Crestview, Jordan Glover 29-178, Chris
winning Pickett 3-19, Jerry Slier 4-19.
TD. Fort RECEIVING Crestview, Chris Pickett 4-77, Artis
Walton Coleman 2-35, Allen Caldwell 1-12
Beach


DEFENSE N Chris
Crestview tackles-assists-total (total also includes sacks) Pickett
- Jason Parker 2-11-13. Gabe Goodson 3-8-11, Chris also had
Briley 3-5-8, Matt Dobson 2-5-8, Darius Robbins 2-4-8, a 43-yard
Keyshawn Thomas 2-3-5, Ben Baber 1-4-5, Donquel Dors- catch on
ey 3-0-4, Amond Robinson 2-2-4, Levi Hendrix 0-2-2, B.J. the final
McClure 0-2-2, George Frye 0-1-1, Cody Swenback 0-1-1, CHS drive
Drew Banach 0-1-1, Austin Berry 0-1-1
Sacks Darius Robbins 2, Matt Dobson 1, Donquel
Dorsey 1
Opponent's fumbles forced Ben Baber Jason
Opponent's fumbles recovered Jason Parker. Parker's
Interception -Jason Parker. INT was
the first
TEAM STATISTICS against
FWB C Fort
FIRST DOWNS 13 18 Walton
TOTAL NET YARDS 194 340 Beach
NET YARDS RUSHING 12-34 36-216 QB Luke
NET YARDS PASSING 18-26-1-160 7-12-0-124 Barnes
FUMBLES-LOST 1-1 4-3 this
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SPORTS


Crestview News Bulletin I


. Baker's volleyball team defeated Laurel Hill in four games on
Oct. 21 in a matchup of north Okaloosa County neighbors.
Both teams began play in their respective district tournaments on
Tuesday.
- Visit www.crestviewbulletin.com for district tournament up-
dates and to see an online photo gallery from the Baker-Laurel Hill
contest.


RMS wraps up final


cross country season


Special to the News
Bulletin
The Richbourg Mid-
dle School boys cross
country team celebrated
its final season with Car-
los James finishing in the
top 10 at the Okaloosa
County meet earlier this
month.
James placed ninth
overall, followe-d close-
ly by teammate David
Born, who finished 11th.
James and Born were
the top two runners
for Richbourg in every
meet.
The other team mem-
bers were Jeremny Born,
Christian Zoppina,
Michael Robson, Tyler
Kyle, Marcelle Moorer,
Turner Sinopoli, Josh
Herman and Jeffrey Lin-


Special to the News Bulletin
Richbourg Middle School cross country award winners,
from left: Josh Herman (most improved), Jessica
Laguerre (most improved and most valuable), Carlos
James (most valuable) and David Born (most valuable).


eraes.
Members of the girls
team were Jessica La-
guerre, Jessica Bur-
ris, Erin Saurssig, Jer-
rica White and Kandace


McKosky.
Middle school fall sports
coaches: Send wrap-ups of
your seasons to randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com.


MILTON continued from B1


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Baker's front row players jump to block a kill attempt by the Hoboes.


cause we've had a bunch
of tough losses to them
since I've been on varsity.
It would be good for us be-
cause if we can get a win
over Milton we will have
a lot of momentum going
into the Navarre gamee"
Defensive tackle Cody
Swenbeck echoed Hamil-
ton's thoughts.
"We really want a big
win against them, especially
since we've come up short
the past few year,;,." he said.
"We haven't won against
Milton the last seven games
so we are really looking to
win this time around.
"We've played some
close ones with them in the
past so I think it's. up to the
defense to take a stand and


hold them up so our offense
can put some points on the
board."
Brunson looks for the
Panthers to line up in a 3-3
defense as they try to stop
the CHS running game led
by Jordan Glover.
Offensively he's looking
for Milton to run out of sev-
eral sets to gain an advan-
tage in matchups.
For now he's just happy
his team finally found a
way to pull out a victory.
Brunson is hoping the win-
ning will be contagious in
the Dawg camp.
"Our kids fought hard
and were down 13-0
(against the Vikings) and
answered with a touch-
down," Brunson said. "We


were able to get a stop and
put a drive together late
and finally make a couple
of plays to win a game.
"We've been close sev-
eral nights out, and we
finally we 'got a couple of
breaks and made a couple
of plays. If you work long
enough and hard enough
good things start happen-
ing and we think maybe
that was the result of hard
work."
By the time.the Bulldogs
got the practice field Mon-
day afternoon Brunson was
hoping the win over the
Vikings would be no more
than a nice memory.
"We just have to get
back and get refocused," he
said.


Coach Lisa Roy (center) speaks to the Baker volleyball
team during a break in the action.
.-7 .-m. :_g .


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008


-:Extension Connection: What is the UF/IFAS Extension?


Elaine Courtney
Okaloosa County UF/IFAS
Extension

Welcome to "Exten-
ion Connection," a new
Column from the Uni-
versity of Florida/IFAS
Extension that will be
appearing weekly in the
Crestview News Bulletin.
L UF 'IFAS faculty will
,. bi ranging you informa-
ion in this column about
lioL ';, food, youth,
gardening, landscaping,
I..atural resources, energy
rnd more.
SOften people ask,
'What is Extension?" or,
"Do you really work for
the University of Florida?
I thought you worked
for Okaloosa County." So
we'll begin by answering
those questions.
'i. "Extension" is part of
the Cooperative Exten-
sion System. We are part
of a state and national
educationall network that



TSC names

Special to the News Bulletin

Paul McCracken has
been named store man-
ager at the Crestview
Tractor Supply Com-
vpany store that is under
construction, according
to District Manager Scott
Daugherty.
Tractor Supply Com-
.any is the largest retail
rm and ranch supply
ore chain in the United
states.
McCracken joined
jlractor Supply Com-


tiUIUNIVfl'-ITY of
UF FLORIDA
.- LExtension

is a cooperative effort
of the Board of County
Commissioners, the Uni-
versity of Florida and
USDA. The University of
Florida is a "land grant
college," a national ef-
fort established in 1862
to "extend" information
from the university level
to people at the local
level. So, we are con-
sidered an off-campus
office of the University
of Florida. Extension
Agents are off-campus
faculty who are part of
the Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences
(IFAS) in Gainesville. The
partnership means we
are also part of Okaloosa
County and work for
the Board of Commis-
sioners. So we are able


to bring you expertise
and resources from the
University of Florida to
Okaloosa County. We of-
fer non-formal, continu-
ing education that meets
local needs. Our mission
is to help people improve
their lives through an
educational process that
uses scientific knowledge
focused on issues and
needs.
The Extension Service
is constantly changing to
meet the needs and pri-
orities of the local people.
Local advisory commit-
tees determine priority
issues and needs which
are developed by local
faculty into educational
programs. Your local
UF/IFAS Extension in
Okaloosa County is lo-
cated at 5479 Old Bethel
Rd. in Crestview and
also has a meeting facil-
ity in Fort Walton Beach.
Educational programs
offered include financial


management, nutrition
and health, 4-H youth
programs, volunteer de-
velopment, horticulture
(homeowner and com-
mercial), agriculture and
natural resources. We are
here to help you with is-
sues related to these top-
ics and offer a variety of
programs.
We are your local con-
nection to the University
of Florida and have a
wealth of resources to
assist you. Please contact
us or get involved. You
can reach us at 689-5850
or visit our Web site at
http://okaloosa.ifas.ufl.
edu. Other Web sites in-
clude the University re-
source http://Solutions-
foryourlife.com as well
as http://okaloosasaves.
org

Elaine A. Courtney
serves as the local Extension
Agent IV-Family & Con-
sumer Sciences.


s manager of new Crestview store


pany as a team member
in Palatka in 2007, and
most recently trained for
management at the Lake
City store. Before join-
ing Tractor Supply Com-
pany, he worked at UPS
for 26 years, including a
district management role
within.
"We are excited to
have Paul on our leader-
ship team," said Daugh-
erty. "His experience
will be a great asset to
this store."
In his new position,


McCracken will over-
see all store operations,
including receiving,
inventory control and
merchandising, as well
as customer relations
and team member rela-
tions.
The new Crestview
Tractor Supply Company
store is at 320 W. James
Lee Blvd. The store will
open for business in
mid-November.
Tractor Supply Com-
pany, listed on the NAS-
DAQ Stock Exchange as


TSCO, operates more
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Company stores are fo-
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lifestyle needs of rec-
reational farmers and
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as well as tradesmen and
small businesses.
For more information
on Tractor Supply, ac-
cess the website at www.
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Fritz named director of USDA Rural Development Marianna office


Special to the News Bulletin
Joseph "Joe" Fritz
was recently appointed
as the Area Director for
USDA Rural Develop-
ment in Marianna. The
Marianna office provides
loans and grants to indi-
v.iduals, businesses and
governmental agencies
located in Bay, Calhoun,
:franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
.ackson, Jefferson, Leon,
tiiberty, Wakulla and
VWashington counties.
Immediately prior to


his appointment, Fritz
served as the Area Di-
rector in the Crestview,
Florida Area Office.
"Joe brings a wealth of
talent and experience to
the Marianna office and
we are confident that his
impressive background
in lending and housing
programs will help Ru-
ral Development con-
tinue to serve the needs
of rural residents in the
Marianna office service
area," said State Direc-
tor Ronald G. Whitfield.


"My work history
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multi-family housing,
farm labor housing and
community develop-
ment which are essen-
tial for the duties and
responsibilities of this
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BUSINESS


.what's 7

C.O N . EE N
: COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

PRINCESS CRUISE
LINES IN CRESTVIEW:
On Oct. 30 from 10 a.m. to 12
p.m., Princess Cruise Lines
will present information on
their creative tours to area
residents at the Crestview
Community Center near the
library. If you would like
to attend, please RSVP by
calling 243-7777 or (800) 476-
7277, or send an e-mail to
ToursbyPat@aol.com.
FALL FESTIVAL: First
Baptist Church of Holt
will have its fall festival on
Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at
their 532 U.S. Highway 90
West location in Holt.
Games for kids, a jumper,
cake walks and other
activities are planned. The
Holt Fire Department will
show the crowd their fire
trucks. There will be candy
for the little ones, and door
prizes.
AMERICAN LEGION
POST 75's HAUNTED
HOUSE will be open
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday from 6 p.m. to 10
p.m. Admission is $5 for


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adults and $3 for kids ages
10 and younger. The post is
located at 898 E. James Lee
Blvd. in Crestview.
HALLOWEEN
SCAVENGER HUNT: will
be held Friday from 6 to 8
p.m. to raise funds for Relay
for Life.
Held in the Iron Gate I
subdivision on Redstone
Ave. behind NOMC, the
event will feature prizes
food and fun. Popcorn and
water will be available for
purchase at 50 cents each.
CRESTVIEW
HALLOWEEN: The City of
Crestview will observe the
traditional Halloween for
children on Friday from 6 to
8 p.m.
OCT. 31 WORKSHOP
DEADLINE: for the Dec. 6
SAT and Dec. 13 ACT in the
Media Center at Fort Walton
Beach High School.
Workshop hours are 2:15
to 4:15 p.m. each day on
Nov. 12-14, and Nov. 17-18.
Students must bring a
calculator. All materials,
snacks and drinks will be
furnished. For details e-mail
Mrs. Hart at Amhartl966@
aol.com or call (615) 585-
2401. You may also contact
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department.
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.
WALKER EVENTS:
Book Character Dress Up
Friday at Walker Elementary
School. Students should
have a book to go with their
outfit. Please do not pick
scary costumes since pre-k
students are on campus.
The school's Relay for
Life team is starting their
fund-raising effort for the
year. To participate, call 689-
7220.
TOYS FOR KIDS:
Sunday in the Crestview
Wal-Mart parking lot.
Registration is from 9:30 to
11 a.m. and costs $10 and a
new, unwrapped toy.
All motorcycle
enthusiasts are welcome
to participate in the event,
a ride from Wal-Mart to
the VFW on U.S. Highway
90. Music by Hat Trick, a
cash door prize, and other
activities are planned.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: are held the
first Tuesday of each month
at 10:30 a.m. in the library
meeting room on Commerce
Drive in Crestview.
Nov. 4 "The Making of
the Crazy Horse Memorial
by Dennis Standing Bear
Campos, a descendant of
Crazy Horse.
FREE FLU SHOTS
AND OSTEOPOROSIS
SCREENINGS: will
be provided by Sacred
Heart Health System in
November in Pensacola.
In addition, Sacred Heart
will provide free screenings
for osteoporosis at sites in


Family operated

and quality service for over


Pro,.chdng quality service isn't exactly
ne". _--but the fact that we've been doing it
for 10 \ ears is. We take pride in serving
Crest. ev. and our surrounding communities.
Outs-tandchn service has always been our
numbeLr one priority... and it always will be.


BRACKNEY
FI- NERAL SERVICE
480 E. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32539
(850) 683-9898
i .-cally owned and operated


Crestview and Chipley.
Sacred Heart's Mission in
Motion program targets
persons who are poor,
uninsured or elderly.
To receive the flu
vaccination, individuals
must follow these
guidelines: be at least 18
years old; be fever free; must
not have an allergy to eggs,
egg products or chicken
protein; and must not have
had a serious reaction to
the influenza vaccine in
the past. Women who are
pregnant must present an
order from their physician
before they can receive the
vaccine.
OSTEOPOROSIS
Screening Saturday from
8 to 10:30 a.m. at Crestview
Community Center at 1446
Commerce Dr. in Crestview.
For more information,
call (850) 416-7826.
TOYS FOR TOTS: A
local Toys for Tots effort will
collect toys for local children
now through Dec. 24.
All toys collected will
stay in the local community.
Businesses or individual
interested in helping the
Toys for Tots effort can
contact Melinda Manchee
at (850) 902-7351, or e-mail
Melina.manchee@yahoo.
com.
FALL FESTIVAL FUND-
RAISER: Nov. 9 from 2 to 6
p.m. for the Holt Volunteer
Fire Department at their
station on U.S. Highway 90
on the left after the caution
light. A bouncing house/
slide, fire truck views for
the kids, games, raffles and
drawings are planned. Food
and drinks will be available
for a small fee. Details:
Emily, 585-9864.
HOLIDAY SHOWCASE:
will be held Nov. 13 at
6 p.m. at the Okaloosa
Extension Office at 5479 Old
Bethel Road in Crestview.
Tickets are $4 in advance
from the office, and $5 at
the door. Participants will
receive a 2008 showcase
book with direction,
illustrations and recipes. for
additional details or tickets,
cal 689-5850.
BAKER COMMUNITY
YARD SALE: Nov. 22 across
from Baker School. Booth
spaces are available. Call
Felice at 259-6991 or Nicole
at 537-8827 for details.
QUARTER BINGO:
The Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every
Tuesday. The games run
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The K of
C hall is located at 701 James
Lee Boulevard, Crestview.
Come join the fun.


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A In Memory of Vernon "Tom" Dietiker
October 22, 1934 October 27, 2007

I'm Free
Don't grieve for me for now I'm free,
I'm following the path God laid for me.
I took His hand when I heard His call,
I turned my back and left it all.
I could not stay another day,
To laugh, to love, to work or play.
Tasks left undone must stay that way,
I've found that peace at the close of the day.
If my parting has left a void,
Then fill it with remembered joy.
S A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss,
Ah, yes, these things I too will miss.
Be not burdened with times of sorrow,
I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow.
My life's been full, I savored much,
Good friends, good times, a loved one's touch.
Perhaps my time seemed all to brief
VISADon't lengthen it now with undue grief
Lift up your heart and share with me,
God wanted me now, He set me free.
Author Unknown



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Amy Linares (second from right) greeted people who came'
by the Okaloosa Regional Home Health Services boothI|


Cancer survivors


honored


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The Cancer Survivors
Day event made a success-
ful return Saturday.
A steady stream of about
150 visitors attended the
event at 21st Century On-
cology. The popular event
started in 2005 and also
took place in 2006.
Local cancer survivors
were honored. Attendees
enjoyed food and enter-
tainment. North Okaloosa
Medical Center had its new
PET/CT scanner on dis-
play nearby.
"It was wonderful," said
Barbara Taylor, office man-
ager at 21st Century Oncol-
ogy. "People thanked us
and said how much they
appreciated sharing the
day with those who have
shared in this battle and
how grateful they were that
we would have this day for


uheryl Jones of Jones
& Company provided
entertainment during
Cancer Survivors Day at
21st Century Oncology..,

them. :"
"The smiles showed, it
all."
The staff at 21st Centu2y
Oncology hopes to hold the
event again next October.
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Cancer survivors received a t-shirt at the registration table.


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Crestview News Bulletin

A pair of News Bulletin
employees have earned
promotions from Florida
Freedom Newspapers.
General Manager Ja-
son Mobley also has been
named Regional Informa-
tion Technology Direc-
tor. Mobley will oversee
information technology
needs for Florida Freedom
Newspapers.
"I am excited to have
the opportunity to devel-
op our technology strate-
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Randy Beard has been
promoted to Advertising
Sales Manager. Beard's du-
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Leal a 100421
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.:
2008-CP-000999
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GWENDOLN V.
SOUNGO

-NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
11 : adm.ristration of the
estate of GWENDOLYN
V9 YOUNG, deceased,
whose date of death was
August 6, 2008, and
whose Social Security
Number is N/A is end-
ing in the circuit Court
for Okaloosa County,
Florida Probate Division,
the address of which is
101 James Lee Blvd.,
East Crestview Florida
32536. The name and
.a:dress of the personal
oresentative and the
.sonal representative's
brney are set forth be-

creditors of the dece-
nt and other persons
J'ing claims or de-
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dec.:den :. .i;iie or, Legal # 100433
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Ice ,'rq.,-cl be IN THE CIRCUIT
:er.j-d m,..i. ,ie ih.,' COURT OF THE FIRST
claims wiih his courl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
WITHIN THE LATER OF FLORIDA IN AND
3 MONTHS AFTER THE FOR OKALOOSA
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- COUNTY CASE NO.
LOCATION OF THIS NO- 46-2008-CA-003777
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE BANK OF AMERICA,
OF A COPY OF THIS N.A.
NOTICE ON THEM. Plaintiff,
All other creditors of the vs.
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de- QUANG GIANG AKA
mands against QUANG V GIANG et.
decedent's estate must al.
file their claims with this Defendants.
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE NOTICE IF FORECLO-
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- SURE SALE
LOCATION OF THIS NO-
TICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED nal Judgment of Foreclo-
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- sure dated October 15,
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- 2008, and entered in
TION 733.702 OF THE Case No.
FLORIDA PROBATE 46-2008-CA-003777, of
CODE WILL BE FOREVER the Circuit Court of the
BARRED. First Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
NOTWITHSTANDING County, Florida, wherein
THE TIME PERIODS SET BANK OF AMERICA
FORTH ABOVE, ANY N.A. is a Plaintiff and
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) QUANG GIANG AKA
YEARS OR MORE AFTER QUANG V GIANG;
THE DECEDENT'S DATE BANK OF AMERICA,
OF DEATH IS BARRED. N.A. are the Defendants.
I will sell to the highest
Date of the first publica- and best bidder for cash
tion of this notice is Octo- at Shalimar Courthouse
ber 22, 2008 Annex front door. 1250
Eqlin Parkway, ,halr,na,'.
BEN L. HOLLEY FF 32579, at 11:00 am
P.O. Box 1238 on December 15, 2008,
Crestview, FL 32536 the following described
850-682-2336 property as set forth in
Attorney for Personal said Final Judgment, to
Representatives -wit:
FLA BAR# 0036838
PARCEL 4: BEGIN AT
KRISTI MATTHEWS THE NORTHWEST COR-
813 Meadowlane Drive, NER OF LOT 5 BLOCK
Apt B 57, TOWN SITE OF
Lebanon, Tennessee PORT DIXIE AS RE-
37087 CORDED IN P[AT BOOK
Personal Representative 1 PAGE 66 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
10/22/08 OKALOOSA COUNTY,
10/29/08 FLORIDA; PROCEED
EAST ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF LOT 5
29.90 FEET TO POINT
_____________ OF BEGINNING
T0-ad-y- THENCE SOUTH 44.0
FEET PARALLEL TO THE
I WEST LINE OF THE LOT
k oday 5, THENCE EAST 5.44
.h o d T FEET PARALLEL TO THE
NORTH LINE OF LOTS 5


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S-')IITH I c.O FEET PF .
-LLEL TO THE .'.E:I
LINE [F.4 ;. TO THE
NORTH KlGHT-Of-',vAi
LINE OF SIXTH AVENUE,
THENCE WEST 16.44
FEET AONG SAID
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, THENCE NORTH
106.0 FEET PARALLEL
TO THE WEST LINE OF
SAID LOT 5 THENCE
WEST 1.88 FEET PARAL-
LEL TO THE NORTH LINE
OF 6, THENCE NORTH
44.0 FEET TO THE
NORTH LINE OF LOT 6,
THENCE WEST 20.6
FEET ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF OTS 5
AND 5 TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
Any persons claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the properly
owner as of the dale of
the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 17 day of Oc-
tober, 2008
In accordance with the
American with Disabili-
ties Act, person needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
the proceeding should,
no later than seven (71
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
Al 14, SHALIMAR FL,
32579. if hearing im-
paired, contact "TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, Suite
300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312
Telephone 3057704100
Fax: 3056532329
10/29/08
11/05/08

LEGAL # 120100


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
S.. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
"COUNTY FLORIDA
S?- j 2008-DR-5348-S DI-
I lr VISION: FAMILY
JENNIFER RUTH M.
PINE ,
Petitioner/Wife,


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Dr,.. ,, Tea,' Outs.
Repla.:emrri .dewalks
L..: Ir,:,re d
Free est. 543-7743


Absolute Concrete &
Outdoors
Tear out & replace. Col-
ored & stamped con-
crete. riveways, Pool
Decks & Patios. Outdoor
Kitchens & Stucco work.
Lic/Ins 687-7791


LATHAM CONCRETE
Robert Latham
Masonry, Contractor -
Lic./Ins. Since 1977
All types of Concrete
work. House slabs,
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
every job.
Also Bobcat work.
Free est.
682-0137
Cell 826-1672


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



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


Harold Gaines
Rep airs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete/7
Parking Lot Work, Fox Trot Tree Service
Carpentry and Roofing. No job to large or small,
Lic. #R 0005399. Free Estimates. Split fire-
850-862-0383 wood, oak & pecan
LIC/INS. Call Paul
850-398-7677
Lasco Handyman
Inc. Licensed and In-
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pendable, references. 1
Call Terry 902-3928 Stuff Buster Portable
Buildings
Small Job Specialist, 501 Eglin Parkway FWB.
no job to small. Painting, 863-2511. Custom stor-
stucco, stone, drywall age Bldgs. Constructed to
debris removal ec. call F[ codes & State cert.
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Crane or Bull Dozer
Heavy Equipment Train-
ing. National Certifica-
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ment Assistance. Georgia
School of Construction.
www.Heavy5.com Use
code "FLCNH" or call
(866)218-2763


TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, ar-
ages, portable shes,
CARPORTS
Call for best
prices in town
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Single carport 5 ,
Double only ,I:.-'5
(850) 983-2296
850) 206-4008


and
MARIONITO PINE,
Respondent/Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Marionito Pine
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, f an to it on Ste-
ven D. Miller, P.A.,
whose address is 817 S.
University' Drive, 122,
Plantation, Florida
33324 on or before
Nov. 11, 2008, and file
the original with the clerk
of this Court at Florida,
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fall
to do so, a default
may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, ore available
at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may
review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.1 Future
papers in this law-
suit will be mailed to
the address on rec-
ord at the Clerk's of-
fice.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family


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mar.: d- ..:-.:':ure .:.t d ,-_o Cl: Pe'pai" grarndl-
mer. l: and n-.l.:.rmnal.on r:, h nlr- '. :,:,.:.:.o
Failuie 10 comply can re- we buy antiques, Call
suit in sanctions, includ- 689-1007
in dismissal or striking
ofpleadings.
Dated: 9-30-2008
Don W Howard
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 3110
COURT
By: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
10/08/2008 NEW T1 1
10/15/2008
10/22/2008 Gas dryer and refriger-
10/29/2008 ator, Whirlpool. Work
-- great $150 each.


1 1110 Ron's Appliance & Parts,
Donate Your Vehicle appliance repair, appli-
Receive $1000 Grocery ance parts 213 N. Main
Coupon United Breast Street, call 689-1007.
Cancer Foundation Free After hours 305-8515
Mammograms, Breast_
Cancer Info
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Towing, Tax Deductible,
Non-Runners Accepted,
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PERSOVAFF 93)

Single white male 70
5'8 1701bs. Looking for 3
a slender white s ady 3200
65-72. I am easy going
and easy to please. Just
need a good woman to
share and do things to- A
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2100 Pets .
2110 Pets: Free to A Brand Name Kinq Pil-
Good Home lowtop set. New inTlas-
2120 Pet Supplies tic w/warr. $200. Can
2130 Farm Animals/ Deliver 850-471-0330
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials

NEW roTIAY
200 -0 1All Brand New Queen
Pillowtop Set. In plastic
T -_ w/warrr. $165. Delivery
KI W J available 850-255-3050

For Sale to ood homes:
2 Black Toy Poodles rDIA
(Males) 2 mo. old. Have NEW
shots and tail docked. "
Call 398-5633 Bed A 100% all new Full
For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi- size mattress set in plastic
huahua puppies.Lon w/warrant'. $119.00.
and short haired Call 850-471-0330
850-902-7275


2130 3230
Hay for sale. Round ba-
les only call 758-0945 Baker
_l- Huge Yard Sale
Fri. & Sat. 8am- ?, 5727
H7 4 (next to Gator

Baker
Multi-Family
Yard Sale
I MERCHANDISE Fri. & Sat.
8am-1 pm, 4926 Galliver
3100- Antiques Cut- Off. Little of everyth-
3120 Arts & Crafts ing.
3130 Auctions________
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies Baker
3160 Business TRADING IN THE
Equipment COUNTRY YARD
3170 Collectibles SALEI
3180 Computers Sat. Nov. 22 8am-Until
3190 Electronics @ Baker Sch'ool. Booth
3200 Firewood space avail, for mor e info
3220 Furniture call Nicole 537-8827 or
3230 Garage/Yard Sales Felice 259-6991
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat_
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing Crestview
3280- Machinery/ 2 Family
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment Yard Sale
3300 Miscellaneous Sat 7am Noon
3310- Musical Instmruments Bicycle kitchenware, gift
3320- Plants & Shrubs/ items andmore gt
Supplies item an m
3330- Restaurant/Hotel 2141 Hagood
3340-Sporting Goods LOOT
3350- Tickets (Buy & Sell) Lee Farm Subivision.


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5 FAMILY YARD Yard Sale
SALEI! .:' 1 o. io lI 0.m i pm
f,' OcT i I & Sat No, i 115 I Je Dr loll N Pearl
8AM-2PM, 3106 E. by Bobsikes School).Baby
Chestnut Ave. Crafts, item, much more
pictures, floral, iew
household, fishing rods & Crestview
reels(Penn, Deep Sea YARD SALE!
Daiwa, Shakespere) Bird Sat. 7am-?, 5628
houses, shelves, coolers, Galaxy Drive.
table saw, home interior etv.
& Much much more. ARD SALEesiew
-Sat. 7am-?, 5628
Crestview Galaxy Drive.
Big Yard Sale
Sat. Nov. 1 Crestview
YARD SALE!
8-noon Sat. Nov.1, 7:30AM-?,
2783 Willow Bend Court 401 W. James Lee Blvd.
Plantation Oak S/D off Household items, Toddler
Live Oak Church Rd girl clothes, toys & misc.
Misc. household items, la- --
dies clothing, hand bags, Crestview
& shoes, jewelry, new YARD SALE!
home interiors items. at. Nov1I 8AM-Until
Much more! 1002 S. Wilson St. Too
many items to list
Crestview
BIG YARD SALE Crestview/Holt
Sat. Nov.1, 7AM-Until ESTATE SALEI
2868 Bama Lane (lust o4 Fri. & Sat, Oct. 31 &
Houston Lane). Furniture, Nov. 1 8AM-2PM,
Chest of drawers, China 4643 Main Street in
Cabinet, Chandelier, Holt. Antiques, Carni-
Clothes dryer, antique val glass, Heise Hum-
pieces, new Christmas mels, Royal Doulton,
stuff, antique lamps, Four Depression glass, Cu-
wheeler, Men's shirts rio, tables & chairs, Buf-
Levi's & Ladies clothes, fet, lots of furniture,
Ten tables full of all kinds Tools, guns, arrow-
of stuff to select from. heads &lots of collecti-
Everything priced to go. blues.
Crestview HOLT
CRESTVIEW HIGH 2-FAMILY YARD
SOFTBALL TEAM SALE!
YARD SALEI Fri. Oct. 31 & Sat.
Sat. Nov.1, 7AM-11AM Nov.1 8AM-5PM, 4345
1290 N. Ferdon Blvd' Horseshoe Lane (Off
ICCB Bank parking lot) Wilkerson Bluff Rd)
too much to list. Clothes, Household items
& Furniture.
Crestview
Garage Sale TODAY
Sat., 8am-T2, Crescent GrW SeY
Ave. (off Valley Rd.) Lots
of brand new clothing for OKALOOSA COUNTY
the whole family. New TO HOLD PUBLIC
toys plus much more. SURPLUS PROPERTY
Great Christmas giftsl SALE
-The Okaloosa County
Crestview Board of Commissioners
Huge Garage Purchasin Department
S will holt" a sale for
tes. N R SHINE. C restview (behind surplus prop
r&Sm, ery orom 7:b0 a.m. -
5156 Whitehurst n., 12:00 .m. on Fridy,
Twin bed, TV'S washer, October 31, 2008 at the




y rd Salee ber 30, 200a from
dryer, furniture clothin surplus center located at
toysla, house 5489 Old Bethel Rd.,o
items. RAIN OR SHINE. Crestview (behind the
-- -- County Extension Office).
Crestview Items for sale may be pre-
Huge Inside viewed Thurso Octo-
Sat. Yard Sale br 30, 200 from
rt S e10:00a.m. 2:00p.m.
429 N This' is a first-come.
Hahaway St first-serve "as is" sale of
Across from Tvin Hills surplus computer equil:
Park. 240-9678 ment, radios, furniture, of-
rfice equipment and more.
Cresview Cash or check will be ac-
Cresview cepted. Some select items
Multi-Family will be sold by Sealed
Sat. 7am-?S, 738 Georgia Bid. Sealed bids will be
St. op 1ened at 10:00a.m. on
56Sle n Otober 31, 2008.
Crestview For further information,
Multi Fami:ly contact Jack Allen or
SAMulti ily Nick Lombardi,
Yard Sale Okaloosa County Pur-
Sat. Nov. 1st, 8am-? chasing, 689-5960.
5964 Silver Oaks Ln.( off
Lake Silver Rd).Lots of TUPPERWARE
everything. New Catalog, monthly
Special replacement or-
Crestview Fer. Call Jackie
MULTI-FAMILY YARD 682-4305T re
SALE! A e


Fri &Sat Oct.3Nov
9AM-2PM, 134 Huson t
(Behind D&W's)Co 3260 1
Crestview Feeling Anxious About
Cresdviw The Future? Buy and read
SOROITY YARD Dianetics by L. Ron Hub-
SALE! bard. Price: $20.00. Or-
Sat. Noov. 1 der Now. Free Shipping.









Sat. 7ame F $1,5,0, AOll rungoo
Glassware, clothes, fish- t came of w loioiI
ing equipment, tools & 'HlS1BI lt'5Sil
many other items J 320e Y
neeCase Back Hoe Model
Cresview 580 Super K $17,000.
YARD SALE WABCO Self- Loading
6110Blueberry Pan 10 Yd $15,00eF
Lane Caterpillar Motor Grader
Sat.ne Model 13K, 1450 Series
Sat. 7am F $15,000, All run good,
Toddler boy clothing, A ust came off job. Also
household & misc items John Deere a 15 Yd Pan
Doll, ms a w needs engine work, good
Crestview rubber $15,000 call
Yard Sale Dave Russell 682-3073e
Sat. Nov. 1st m .
8am-2pm fll 00 'al
Corner of Cayson Ave. & INEW
Carson9. Complete set of Kubota L3130 Tractor
China, Ashton Drake w/loader LA 723 & 6'
Doll, misses and women Box blade. Sod forks
cloths. Lots of misc. $11,500. call 689-3676
or 546-1462 t,
Crestview Scag Heavy Duty comm.
Yard Sale 36 in walk behind, belt
Sat. Nov. hI i r'u, li.,, diven mower. 290 hrs.
170 Jones 1-11N.on I.I ll ,ll n OBO 'call
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New Fe-aier'Weghi
Mlororzed Wheelcha,ris
ai nc cooi io /ou ,J eligi
bie WVe :cc-me i /oul
ENK Mobile Medical
(800)693-8896
Walk In Bath Tub. New
still in box, includes eve-
rything you need. Top of
te line. Paid $680 will
sacrifice for $3500
240-3273






"Rock Bottom Prices"
32x60x18 $11,995.
35x60x16 $114,285.
40x80x16 $20,995.
48x100x18 $ 27,495.
60x120x18 $44,900.
Many Othersl Pioneer
Steel (800)668-5422.
Airlines Are Hiring -
Train for high paying Avi-
ation Maintenance Ca-
reer. FAA approved pro-
gram. Financial aid if
qualified Job placement
assistance. CALL Aviation
Institute of Maintenance
(888)349-5387
Attend College online
from Home. Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Computers, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement as-
sistance. Computer avail-
able. Financial Aid if
qualified. Call
(866)858-2121
www.CenturaOnline.com
Crestview Elks Lodge
Turkey Shoot begins on
September 20 9:00
am, and each Saturday
Excellent Prizes. Hw
90E to Fairchild Rd. Fol-
low Signs.
Now available 2008
Post Office Jobs.
$18-$20/hr. No experi-
ence, paid training, Fed
benefits vacations Call
[800)910-9941 Todayl
REF #FL08.
Sew & Save
Open Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2
Lois of 100% Cotton, Tri-
cot, Velour Chambray
etc. Call 682-3443




Pool Table
Very good condition.
Asking $175. Call 850
682-3535 for more info.
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I PLOYMENT J
4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information



Drivers
Drivers needed with
Class B or better license.
No phone calls apply in
person at 984 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview
Food Service/Hospitality
Cracker Barrel of
Crestview Now Hiring all
positions Niqhts Week-
ends EOE 682-8804 Ap-
ply anytime.
Food Service/Hospitality
Exp. Meat Cutter
Able to work flexible
hours. Pay based oro ep
and avaliblity to w6rk.
We are EOE. Apply in
person at Pick N Save,
1294 Georgia Ave;
Baker FL. See Shawn or
Mann
WEB rD #27831840
Holt Academy located in
Holt Florida (just 8 miles
from Crestview) is now
accepting resumes for a
Directors position. Direc-
tor credentials & VPK En-
dorsement required.
Please fax resume to
537-8063 or eqail to
Lori@holtacadety.com
for more info call
537-8299


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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2008


Logistics/Transportation
Driver Trainees
Needed No CDL? No
Problems Earn up to [ jjjjj
$900wk. Home week- 1 t E F N
ends w/TMC. Company 6100-Business/
endorsed CDL Training. Commercial
1-866-280-5309 6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
Tn AlV 6140 House Rentals
UNf 8gWAY 6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
Medical/Health 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
MicroSpine 620oo- Vacation Rentals
The leader in Minimally
Invasive Spinal Surgery is
seeking full &part time
Medical Records I 6100oo I
Specialists Crestview 800 SF. lo-
Exp necessary. Fax your cated at Southgate office
resume to Administration: complex close to shop
850892-4123 or e-mail ing and schools. $750.
admin@mcrospine.net r mo.+$750 dd. Available
mail to: Attn. Adminis- Nov. 1st. 683-3939
tration, 101 Microspine ______
Way DeFuniak Springs, -______--
FL 2435. Crestview
I 1


NEW TOBAY


Available
Immediately
Warehouse unit for rent
at 100 N Lloyd. St,


Need Live In Home Crestview.
Health Care: 25'x40' (1000 sc
Nurse/Care Giver with 12'x14' Ro
Needed. Full Time live in door. $439/month,
24 Hrs. 7 days a week & garbage feei
position. (Baker Florida, Please
to care for a 68 yr old 850-689-1180
women that is physically more information.
OK but has wondering &
mental issues. Thisis is a
long term position, must For Lease 1650
have a carin heart, ex- 1510 SF & 350(
perience andreferences. space available in
Room & Board Transpor- tor Supply center.
station & Salary. Please Scott 546-1192
call William or Glenda @
Part-timew/ 2400 sq. ft.
t-time position open and warehouse on
for a Medical Assisant or exit 45 $125
LPN for an Allergy Clinic month 850-477-(
in Crestview. Fax resume 850-232-9490
to 904-339-9991.



A Phat Job! Now Hir-
ing 18-24 sharp enthu- 1 mo Free Rer
siastic motivated guys & Crestview- 2br,
gals free to travel USA quiet gated, No
representing 150+ lead- $575mo/ $550dep
ing publications. 2 weeks mo lease req. 585-6
aid training transporta-
tion provided Return trip Crestview Bent (
guaranteed. Call Tina or Apts II Vouchers
Jim (800)642-6147. cepted. Rental assis
Smay be avail. 1 &
Driver C any Drv- HC & non-HC acce:
ers CDL-A Earn up to 46 ats. 209 Bent Cree
cpm. 1/2cpm increase Crestview, FL. Call
every 60K miles. Aver- 682-5563, TDD
age 2,500 to 2,800 711. Equal Housing
miles/week. No forced portunity
Northeast.
(877)740-6262.
www.ptl-inc.com. Crestview Inn
Motel $35d $165
Driver: Don't iust start APT $190 Wk. $5;
your career, start it right wk Call 6824466
Company Sponsored
CDL training in 3 weeks. ew Nice 1
Must be 2T. Have CDL? bd Apartments. $5(
Tuition reimbursement $550t. m. +dd
CRST. (866)917-2778. utility mso +
Driver-Bynum Trans- lease. 978-8274
port- needs qualified driv-
ers for Central Florida- Lo-
cal & National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker, KiW
no hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits, competi- New Apt
ive pay & new equip- Holt- New Apt. For
ment. (66)GO-BYN M. 2br, 2ba w/ Stai
Need 2 years experi- Appls. Walk-in close,
ence. M.Br. Handi- cap
ence. Friendly. Lots of Sto,
Drivers. Immediate Carpoart. On Coope
openings. Fast Growing $700 mo 537-4
Specialized Car Haul 902-3660, 758-736
Div. 21 days out, 7 days
home. Top Payl ree Co. .
Benefits. Min. exp lyr
CDL-A req. Min. age 23,
no felony. Call John @ 130
Waqoners668. Trucking
(912) 71-9668.
Drivers: Act Now NEW TlDi
Sign-On Bonus EU*"
35-4 cpm Earn over
$1000 weekly Excellent Crestview-103
Benefits Need CDL-A & 3 pton- 2br, 1 5ba,
mos recent OTR side storage & opera
(877)258-8782. tio. $585 mo +
682-8483 or 865-34
Exchange Coordinators
Wanted EF Foundation
seeks energetic and moti-
vated representatives to
help find homes for int'l
exchange students. Com-
mission / travel benefits.
Must be 25+.
(877)216-1293.
Guaranteed Weekly
Settlement Check. Join
Wil-Trans Lease Operator
Program. Get the Benefits
of Being a Lease
Operator without any of
the Risk.
T866)906-2982. Must be

Post Office Now Hir-
ingi Avg Pay $20/hr or
$57K/yr Including Fed-
eral Benefits ana OT.
Placed by adSource not
affiliated w/USPS who
hires. Call
(866)713-4492


Unit

, tax
incl.
call
for


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61406140 6140 6140
Baker, 3br, 1 ba + 6 ac- Rent or Rent to Own
res. As is, you maintain. Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba, 4bd 2ba $850. mo. No
$650 Call 1 cg, fenced yard, pets credit needed No Banks
NEW TUUH* 850-217-8209 ok. $900mo+dd. all needed 656 McClelland
_____________ 850 902-0663 St. 850-243-2172
SCrestview /A buygrandmommyshouse.
)_ 1 R H.. & Crestview 3BR/1BA --com


Trailers for rent. Call
830-2061 or 682-4070


NEW rTEAV
American Realty
of Northwest
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
651-5717 EHO
130 Hampton Dr. 2br,
1.5ba $545
115 Hampton Dr. 2br,
1.Sba $550
546 Purl Adams Ave.
3br,1.Sba $675
115 Oak Terrace 3br,
2ba $725
209 Swayng Ping Pine Ct
3br, 2.5ba $745
2455 Starmount Dr
3br, 2ba $750
725 Edney Ave 3br,
2ba $750
327 John King Rd.
3br, 2ba $750
165 Patch Ave 3br,
2ba $775
377 Crooked Pine Tr
3br, 2.5ba $795
13 Flora Cove 3br,
.2ba $800
* 526 Wingspan Way
2br,2.5 ba $800
* 530 Wingspan way
2br,2.5ba $800
* 29517 Winsparn wayCir
2br,2.5ba $800
* 511 Winspoan way
2br,2.5ba $800
b512 Wingspan Way
2br,2.5ba $800a
* 515 Winqspan Way
2b 2ba $825
* 62993 Windsor Cir
3br 2ba $825
* 6110 Sonny Ln
3br,2ba $825
* 455 Wingard St. 3br,
2ba $850
* 519 Wingspan Way
3br 2.5ba $87500
b* 03 Wingspan Way
3br,2.5 ba $875
S09 Felt Creekdon Dr 3br,
32ba $875
* 6030 Bud Moueston Rd
3br, 2.5ba $875
* 811 6th Ave 3br, 2ba
$875
* 2932 Sho144 Indiz Ave
3br 2ba $895
* 2812 Atoka Tr 3br,
2ba $895
* 4865 Orlimar St 4br,
2ba $895
* 12 Courtney Ln 4br,
2ba $900
* 203 Cabana Way
3br 2ba $900
r1206 Slit Creek Dr
3br,2ba 1900

* 631 A Twin Trysheba 3br,2ba
b 254 Limestone Cir
3br, 2ba $975
* 144 Indian Tr.
3br,2ba $980
* 2196 Hagood Lp 4br,
3ba $1000
* 4707 Young Rd. 4br,
2ba $1000
* 603 Affirmed Ct 4br
2ba $1100
0 429 Hatchee Dr. 4br,
2ba $1195
* 2164 Hagood Lp 4br,
3ba $1295
* 1240 Jeffreyscott Dr
3br, 2ba $1350
DeFuniak Springs
* 68 A. Twin Trees 2br,
1 ba $475
* 68 C Twin Trees 2br,
1ba $475
* 68. D Twin Trees 2br
1ba $475
* 1b04 N. 20th St. 2br,
iba, $525
S1ww46 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba $525
* lb84 N. 20th St. 2br,
1 ba, $525
* 1120 N. 20th St. 2br,
1 ba, $525
0 1138 N. 20th St. 2br,
1 ba, $525
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


Crestview 2 & 3 bd,
stove and ref. included,
washer & dryer hookup.
$600 mo.+dd. Section 8
ok. call 850-255-1917
or 689-6647


Crestview 3b 2ba gar-
age CH/A. 1872 Aplin
Rd. $800. mo +dd. No
pets 1 yr. lease.
78-8274


Crestview- Countr iew
Crestview 4 br 2 ba built in 2004.
2/1 Duplex ON[Y x00mol Call
Je2/1 Duple nny at Pelican Real Es-
New carpet / freshly tate 315-0972
painted, $600 mo, $600
DD, pets ok with addi -- -----
tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
_________ construction house w/
fenced yard available for
uT lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
NEW f U 'cation to both bases.
Terms neCotiable. $1200
mo. Call850 699-2189
Crestview- 232 South _______
Springs, close to down-
town, 3/1, w/ formal
dining and 2 screened
porch. CH&A, $625 mo
35 South Wilson, con-.
venient location, 2/1,
Fenced Yard $400 + Holt Home for Rent/
$450 sd 682-8483 Sale, Owner Financing.
850-865-3421 Newly Refurbished, 4br,
3.5ba, 2 cg, Large Eat-in
Kitchen w/ bar. All
Appls, Large Laundry &
walk in Pantry. M.Br, gar-
den tub walk-in closet.
2 porches & deck. 1
acre. On Cooper Lane.
$950 mo 537-4094,
: 902-3660, 758-7361


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Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800
Baker
* 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
3 br, 2 ba; $900
S1 12CountryLiving Rd
3 br, 2 ba; $950
Crestview
* 3089 Cosson Circle -
3 br, 2 ba; $600
* 662 Henderson St
2 br, 1 ba; $625
* 216 Virginia St-
2 br, 1.5 Ba; $625
* 1090-A Farmer St -
2 br, 1 ba, $675
* 262 Virginia St -
2 br, 1.5 a; $700
* 6618 Sand Hill Rd -
3 br 1 ba; $725
* 315 Brackin St-
3 br, 1 ba; $725
* 266 Virginia St
2 br, 1.5 a, $750
* 107 Corwin Dr -
2 br, 2.5 ba; $750
* 5292 Opportunity Dr -
3 br, 2 ba; $795
* 106 Corwin Dr-
2 br 2.5 ba; $800
* 14 Swayinq Pine Ct-
3 br 2.5 ba; $825
* 6247 Winstead Rd -
3 br, 2 ba; $825
0443 Shoal Lake Dr -
3 br, 2 ba; $900
* 5682 Reinke Dr -
4 br, 3 ba, $900
* 421 Juniper Dr-
3 br, 2 ba ; $995
* 1746 Pearl St N -
3 br 2 ba; $1000
* 6317 Havenmist Ln -
4br0 2ba; $1250
27 04 Ashley Maria Ct
3 br, 2 ba; $1250
* 4124 Big Buck Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1250
Laurel Hill
* 3650 Okaloo Ln -
6 br, 3 ba; $900


462 Savage St. call
682-3931 Crestview
S- N 3/1 Duplex
Crestview S of 1-10. New carpet / freshly
Quiet Neighborhood. painted, $700 mo, $700
3br, 2ba, 2cg breakfast DD, pets OK with addi-
nook fenced back yard tional deposit, 682-7731
1506+sf, $1050 mo + Mon-Fri
dd. Pets ok. 537-8509 or
582-1138


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

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


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


Virg
acres
near
Park,
priva
sell,
(866)


NEW TOOAY
Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Booker St.
$475 2 br, 1 ba
* 231 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br, 2 ba, 2cgSof-10
391 Riverchase Blvd
1100, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
* 139 Stephens Lane,
$850, 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC
+ Commercial
290 Main Street $1500
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156

WHY RENT???
New Site Built Homes
from the $100's. Low
Interest Rates!
800- 678-4647





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


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7190 8120
;inia mountains 2 Jeep Rubicon
s on mountain top 2006
New River State 6 speed manual, 29K mi,
great. fishing, view, ext war, CD changer, sat-
te. $29,50 must elite radio, white w/ blk
ca7898ll5 owner soft top (619) 204-1406.


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1933sf 3/2/2 from
$159,900. Great Room,
Built on your lot. Other
homes from the low
$100s. Great Financing.
800-678-4647

Remodeled

FWB
Kenwood S/D
602 Mooney
Road
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
link back yard perfect
for pets. $299,000
Call 50 226-6754


LOOK

Individual wants to bu
house for investment. Call
651-0987
Quick Pre-Qual!
You can pre-qualify in 15
minutes. Great homes
from the $100s on your
lot. 800-678-4647


| 710o
1 acre of Painter Branch
Rd for sale. Cleared,
utilities avail. $20 000.
OBO call 683-1637 or
826-1892
Bank Ordered: Land
Auction 2000+ Proper-
ties. Land in 29 States.
No Reserves. Multiple Lot
Packs. Min Bids at $100.
Bid Online at:
LandAuctionBid.com/2
Crestview 1 acre
cleared lot 5858 Roberts
Rd. $60,000. Call
546-1051


7190
Alabama Land Bar-
gain! 20 Acres- $69,900
with dockable deep
water Nicely wooded
parcel, gor eous open
field & lockable lake-
front. Prime location- min-
utes from Interstate! Close
to Tuscaloosal Excellent
financing. Call now
(800)564-5092, x1350.
Tennessee Land Rush!
1+acre to 2acre home-
sites, wood views. Start-
ing at $59,900. Tenn
River & Nick-a-Jack view
tracts now available Re-
tirement guide rates this
area #2 is U.S. places to
retire. Low cost of living
no impact fee. 330
699-2741 or 18661
550-5263, Ask About
Mini Vacation!


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

Dodge Van 1987 with
wheeT chair lift. 31k mile.
$8000. 682-2981
585-3771




2006 Bass Tracker
w/4stroke 60 hp mer-
cury. 4yr warranty on
boat motor & trailer.-
Excell cond. call-
683-1637 or 826-1892


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
and receive $100 OFF your 1st
month's rent.
Rent starting at $885.00 per month.


Call today

(850) 689-2221
Offer expires 10/10/08


Joe Babich,
Automotive consultant for
Award Chevrolet, would likely
to extend an invitation to the
public to stop by and let himl
answer any questions
you may have.


EAN AMBEaMNEROMMJT
Ward -- Your Silverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
A CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
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