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to

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Saturday, NOVEMBER 1,


INSIDE


Disney for a day
at Richbourg
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Church
celebrates
100 years
3


SPanthers
: win final
Davidson-
Richbourg
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WEATHER
High 74
Low 43
Mainly sunny. High 74F.
Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph.
Sunrise 7:01 a.m.
Sunset 6:57 p.m.

TABLE OF
CONTENTS
WEATHER ........................... 2
WHAT'S HAPPENING.................... 2
RELIGION .................... 3
OBITUARIES ........................... 6
CLASSIFIEDS ...................... 8-9
SPORTS .............................. 10

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PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
The Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections-elect was introduced to the fifth-grade students
at Antioch Elementary School by Mr. Teal. These inquisitive Aviators were privileged to share
Freedom Week with Paul Lux. Lux discussed the history, rights and privileges associated with the
voting process, as well as facts pertaining to our Constitution.




Historic



importance


Learn what kids are learning about government


........ Kyle Wrighi
Crestview News Bulletin
Just what are kids learning
about government these days?
The mission hasn't changed
much from when students'
parents and grandparents at-
tended school, according to
local school administrators.
I"We teach that America is
the greatest concept that has
ever been created," said Steve
McLaughlin, the Okaloosa,
County School District's so-
cial studies specialist. "We're
working hard at it, and we
want to assure citizens that
our teachers are diligently
trying to provide to the kids
what America is all about and
the responsibilities of being an
American."
The biggest change over
the years: McLaughlin said
schools now must adhere to
educational standards for the
subject established by the
state.
History and government
topics naturally get more at-
tention during election sea-
sons. Local students also en-
joy participating in the "Kids
Vote, Too" program offered by
the Okaloosa County Supervi-
sor of Elections Office.
Standardized tests em-
phasize subjects like reading,
math and sciences, but Oka-
loosa County Superintendent
of Schools Dr. Alexis Tibbetts
said social studies always
have a place in local schools.
"I'm a big believer in the
social sciences," she said.
"The very fabric of America is
based on a society that under-
stands government, and we do
a good job of teaching it in our
schools.
"It is critical for students
to understand the voting pro-
cess and Constitution and what


HISTORY SAMPLER
Okaloosa County School District's social studies spe-
cialist Steve McLaughlin provided this sampling of what
students are taught about history and government at the
various grade levels.
Pre-K through Grade 2 Students learn about the Ameri-
can Revolution, the creation of the U.S. Government and
significance of national holidays and national symbols.
Grades 3 through 5 Student begin to learn geographic,
political and economic factors in American history. Events
from the pre-colonial days through the Civil War are dis-
cussed. Students learn the functions of local, state and na-
tional governments and the names of key people in govern-
ment.
Grades 6 through 8 Students begin to discuss abstract
concepts like such as "why is government necessary?" and
"what purpose should government serve?" Students are in-
troduced to Native American tribe governments and gov-
ernments of U.S. territories. Students also go deeper into
understanding the role of the citizen in America.
Grades 9 through 12 All students take a one-semester
course, U.S Government, that provides an in-depth look
at the topic Most students take the class as a senior. Ad-
vanced Placement classes are available in U.S. Govern-
ment and Comparative Government.
Want to learn more about what students are learning
about government and history? Visit www://www.fldoe.org/
bii/curriculum/sss/ and click on the links under "Social Stud-
ies" to see the Sunshine State standards for social studies
education.


INSIDE
See our Election Day
preview on Page 4 and 5.

America is founded on. There
is no better time that right
now, before one of the biggest
elections that will impact our
lives."

More emphasis needed?
Could they learn more?
Patti Thornhill, who teacher
social studies at Northwest


Florida State College, wishes
schools placed more emphasis
on classes like government and
civics.
Thornhill discussed "What
are today's students being
taught about government" dur-
ing a September meeting of the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce Governmental Is-
sues committee.
Her conclusion: Not nearly
enough.
"What I do see is an appall-
ing lack of emphasis on politi-
cal philosophy," she said.
See HISTORIC 5


BRAC


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numbers

Impact discussed
at chamber
committee meeting
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The Base Realignment
and Closure law was the topic
of discussion at the Crestview
Area Chamber of Commerce
Governmental Affairs commit-
tee meeting this past Tuesday
at the chamber.
Committee chair Cal
Zethmayr of WAAZ-WJSB
highlighted some of the key
numbers in the final BRAC
Environmental Impact Study
recently released by the Air
Force.
The discussion centered
on the expected impact cre-
ated by the 7th Special Forces
Group (Airborne), which likely
will relocate from Fort Bragg
N.C., to area of Eglin Air Force
base close to Crestview.

Overview
1,012 Total number of
pages in the final Environ-
mental Impact Study. You can
download all 1,012 pages at
www.eglin.af.mil. The links are
on the right side of thepage.
3,753 Projected increase
in area jobs (Okaloosa. Santa
Rosa and Walton counties)
expected as a result of BRAC.
The 7th Special Forces Group
is projected to create 3,527
jobs.
3,753 Projected increase
in area housing units expect-
ed as a result of BRAC. The
7th Special Forces Group is
projected to result in a need
for 3,527 housing units.
9,051 Projected num-
ber of new residents in the
region created by implemen-
tation of the BRAC law. The
report states, "Local areas
which have been growing and
have space to grow, such as
Crestview, could experience
a greater population increase
than built-up areas."
33,264 Projected num-
ber of Eglin Air Force Base-
supported jobs in the region
by 2016. The current number
is 28,563.
$12,184,219- Projected in-
crease in area school revenue
created by the implementa-
tion of the BRAC law. BRAC
would bring a net increase of
approximately 2,302 new stu-
dents to schools in Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa and Walton counties.
The 7th Special Forces Group
is projected to bring 1,957 new
students to the area.
$1,216,199,677 Estimat-
ed total impact of military
construction under the BRAC
law.

7th Special Forces
Group (Airborne)
3 As in "Alternative 3,"
the preferred site for the new
7th Special Forces Group in
the northwest part of Eglin Air
Force Base.
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The Richbourg Band lead the parade, with many members dressed as Disney characters.


Disney for a day at Richbourg

Ann Spann
Cresfview News Bulletin

Richbourg Middle
School's B.I.R.D. Program
(Building Independent Read-
ers Daily) will feature a book .
titled "Kingdom Keepers"
during the next nine weeks. 4
In keeping with the book's A
theme, which is set in Disney
World, the school held a Dis-A
ney Parade on Monday fea- ..
turning teachers and students
delivering the books.


The parade included
several Disney princesses
and fairies.


Cold night shelter program begins


Crestview News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Cold
Weather Shelter Program
provides protection during
freezing weather. Shelters
operate from 6 p.m. until
8 a.m. when evening tem-
peratures are predicted to
reach below 40 degrees. A
weekly schedule is listed
below for shelters in Crest-
view:
Sunday Community
of Christ, 398 W. 1st Ave.


(One block behind White-
hurst/Powell Funeral
Home), 682-7474.
Monday First Pres-
byterian Church (hosted
by Emanuel Baptist), 492
Ferdon Blvd. N. (corner
of State Road 85 and U.S.
Highway 90), 682-9416 or
682-2835.
Tuesday Communi-
ty of Christ (hosted by Joy
Fellowship), 398 W. 1st Ave.
(one block behind Whitehu-
rst/Powell Funeral Homp),


682-6219.
Wednesday Central
Baptist Church, 951 S. Fer-
don Blvd., 682-5525.
Thursday New Be-
ginnings Church, 412
W. James Lee Blvd., 689-
2884.
Friday First Presby-
terian Church, 492 Ferdon
Blvd., N. (corner of State
Road 85 and U.S. Highway
90), 682-2835.)
Program organizers es-
timate approximately 50 to


65 individuals take advan-
tage of the shelters each
time one opens. For Crest-
view shelter information,
call 537-5781.

Read Wendy Victora's
article about the first
night of the Crestview
cold night shelter pro-
gram at www.crestview-
bulletin.com or in the
Oct. 30 edition of the
Northwest Florida Daily
News.


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NORTH OKALOOSA

EARLY VOTING: continues
through today at the Crest-
view library on Commerce
Drive. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m.
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 enthusi-
asts are welcome to partici-
pate 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 Crest-
view.
Nov. 4 "The Making of
the Crazy Horse Memorial
by Dennis Standing Bear
Campos, a descendant of
Crazy Horse.
FREE FLU SHOTS AND OSTEO-
POROSIS SCREENINGS: will be
provided by Sacred Heart
Health System in November
in Pensacola. In addition,
Sacred Heart will provide
free screenings for osteopo-
rosis at sites in Crestview


and Chipley. Sacred Heart's
Mission in Motion program
targets persons who are
poor, uninsured or elderly.
To receive the flu vacci-
nation, individuals must fol-
low these guidelines: be at
least 18 years old; be fever
free; must not have an al-
lergy to eggs, egg products
or chicken protein; and must
not have had a serious reac-
tion 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
today from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at
Crestview Community Cen-


ter at 1446 Commerce Dr. in
Crestview.
For more information,
call (850) 416-7826.
INTERTRIBAL POWWOW: The
Thunderbird Intertribal
Powwow will be held Nov. 7-9
on the Niceville Mullet Festi-
val grounds at the corner of
U.S. Highway 85N and Col-
lege Blvd. in Niceville.
Admission is $2 to the
event, which starts at 9 a.m.
on Friday, and 10 a.m. on
Saturday and Sunday.
Intertribal and contest
dancing, church services
and many other events are
planned. See the Web site at
www.thunderbirdpowwow.
org for details.


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Saturday, November 1, 2008


Religion


Cresiview News Bulletin I 3


What it means to be a friend of Jesus


In John 14, Jesus taught
the truth of his indwelling
and spoke of the greater
works that would be pos-
sible because he would be
working from within his
disciples.
The stalk does not bear
the fruit, but the branches
do. The stalk supplies the
energy and sustenance
needed to cause the grapes
to form and ripen. The dis-
ciples are to do the actual
work while Christ works
in us supplying the power
we need to accomplish the
work.
In John 15:3-4, Jesus
begins to tell the disciples
that by virtue of what he
had taught them, they were
already cleansed. Now it is
their responsibility to abide
in him. He will continue to
abide in them. The branch
cannot bear fruit unless it
abides in the vine. So we
must abide in him to bear


DR. DONNIE
CADENHEAD
From the Pulpit


the needed
fruit. This
is intimacy
with Christ.
You are
going to see
this inti-
macy with
Christ if you
go a step
forward. In
John 15:7,


he deals with them abid-
ing in him and allowing
his words to govern their
prayer life. He says if they
are abiding in Christ, they
can ask what they want
and have it, because this is
how the glory of the Father
is to be revealed. In doing
so they would bear much
fruit, thereby becoming his
true disciples. Remember,
prayer must be in his name,
which means it must be
consistent with His char-
acter and ambition. Our
prayer life is not a blank


check. We must ask of him
as he asks of the Father so
he can do his greater works
through us. Disciples are
more than mere believers.
They are fruit bearers.
Fruit bearing is the proof of
discipleship.
No request is too bold
provided we ask for things
that tend to: 1) bring glory
to Jesus; 2) bring the salva-
tion of souls; and 3) bring
the spiritual prosperity of
each other.
When we have a close
relationship with Jesus
Christ, we will also have a
close relationship with one
another. Jesus said, "All
men will know that you are
my disciples, if you have
love for one another."
We see people in church
who claim to have a close
relationship with Jesus,
but not with other people.
If that is the case, they are
not meeting the require-


ments of intimacy.
In John 15:12, Jesus
gives a specific charge:
"Love one another as I
have loved you."
Then he says, "There
is no greater love than the
kind which makes a man
willing to lay down his life
for his friends."
Here he explains the
kind of love he expects us
to have for one another
- ready to make the 'ulti-
mate sacrifice for someone
else. This love involves the
will going beyond sentiment
or affection.
Now we see the inti-
macy with Christ coming
to a climax. In John 15:14-
15, Jesus says, "You are
my friends if you do as I
command you. No longer
am I going to call you my
servants. But now I am go-
ing to call you my friends
because I have disclosed to
you everything that I have


heard from the Father."
A servant is not told why
he is to do certain things,
but a friend is privileged to
know his master's plans and
motives. Now as friends,
he confides in us the funda-
mental concept behind his
sacrificial death and makes
us co-partners in his plans
for building the church. We
are now his servants in the
same way he was a servant
to God freely, joyously
and vigorously.
Several of the apostles
boasted of the title, "Bond-
slaves of Jesus Christ."
The name "Christian" was
derived from the fact the
early disciples were all con-
sidered the slaves of Jesus
Christ, bearing the name of
their master.
In John 15:26-27, Jesus
tells these disciples the
spirit of truth is coming
from the Father. When he
comes he will bear witness


of who Jesus really is. And
then these same disciples
are to become his witnesses
because they had been
with him from the begin-
ning. Jesus was about to
depart these disciples by
dying. His replacement
would return as the Holy
Ghost to indwell them, thus
forming a partnership with
them. Men would ultimately
hear words from the lips of
Jesus' disciples, but they
would know they were true
words because of the inner
witness to their hearts. This
is intimacy with Christ.

Dr. Donnie Cadenhead
is the pastor of Victorious
Life Worship Center which
is located one mile north
of Crestview High School
on State Road 85. Service
times at Victorious Life
are 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
on Sunday and 7 p.m. on
Wednesday.


A centennial celebration


First United Methodist Church marks 100 years in Crestview


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
As more and more folks crowd-
ed into the First United Methodist
Church of Crestview's sanctuary
last Sunday, Pastor Bruce Shef-
field told his congregation, "We've
reached that point where we need
to implement what in the church
we call SOS: Slide Over Some."
Ultimately, 500 church mem-
bers and their guests attended
the church's Centennial Celebra-
tion Service.
Worship began with a record-
ing of the 1960 church choir, fol-
lowed by a triumphant piano and
organ duet of Beethoven's "Ode to
Joy" performed by veteran pianist
Virginia Kemp and the church's
organist, Leon Curenton Jr.
During the pastor's welcoming
remarks, the service was sudden-
ly "interrupted" by member Ann
Stewart, portraying a member
from the church's founding years.
As she worked her way down the
aisle, Stewart related the church's
history.
The first church, she said, was
built through the sale of concrete
blocks for 35 cents apiece. Kids
raised money for the blocks by
selling sandwiches prepared by
women of the church. Ultimately,
$3,000 worth of sandwiches were
sold.
The church recognized its old-
est congregant during the service.
Zelda Medley, 95, received a bou-
quet of roses from Betty Thigpen
and Jan Rutledge, who helped co-
ordinate much of the centennial
.observance.
The Rev. Sheffield's sermon
* drew its inspiration from James
I: 26-27, "What kind of religion do
you have?"
"I hope I have the kind that our
ancestors had," the pastor said.
"You might call it old-fashioned
religion."
Afterwards, a fried chicken
dinner and special music awaited
the congregation at the Crestview


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
Above, more than 500 worshipers attended the Centennial Celebration Service at the First United
Methodist Church of Crestview this past Sunday. Below, Zelda Medley, who at 95 is the church's
oldest member, received a bouquet from Betty Thigpen (left) and Jan Rutledge.
Community Center.
The Wesley Boys gospel har-
mony quartet performed a num-
ber of songs. Breakthrough 2, the
church's contemporary worship
service band, followed. An old-
fashioned hymn sing was also on
the agenda..
The church enjoyed looking
back over its first 100 years, and
the Rev. Sheffield encouraged
members to also look forward. A
"I believe one of the huge pur-
poses of the church is that it ex-
ists for the people who are yet to
come," he said in his sermon.
See a photo gallery of the 4
First United Methodist Church's
centennial celebration at our
Web site, www.crestviewbulle- A A
tin.com.


Church

BRIEFS


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

EVENTS
CORRECTION: The address for the
Welcome Assembly of God youth
deer hunt essay contest was posted
incorrectly. The address is actually
4568 Yellow Bluff Road, Crestview
FL 32539. Thecontest is for youths
age 12-15 years old. Please mail
the event organizers an essay as to
why you should be selected for the
hunt. Be sure to include your phone
number. The deadline for the essay is
Nov. 15.
MOTHERS WARRING FOR CHRIST:
Free conference with the theme
"Gathering of the Eagles" will be
held at the House of Restoration at
383 Texas Pkwy. in Crestview will be
held today at 9 a.m. and Sunday at
10 a.m.
For details, contact Evangelist
Mary E. Jones at 682-8630 or
Prophet Ruth Bills at 683-0846.
FALL BAZAAR: Nov. 22 from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m. at Victorious Life
Worship Center in Crestview, on
State Road 85 North, one mile north
of Crestview High School. Call 683-
3633 for more information.
BAKER FIRST UMC SCHEDULE:
Contemporary worship is at 8:30
a.m. at the church, located at located
at 5826 N. Hwy. 1 89, just north of
the traffic light in Baker.
EPIPHANY HOSTING TAILGATE SALES: To
raise funds for Epiphany Episcopal
Church's outreach activities, the
church hosts tailgate sales every last
Saturday of the month.
Participants can sell whatever
they want to sell at a cost of $10 per
parking space. Concessions will be
available inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-3437 for
details. The church is located at 424
Garden St. in Crestview.
GRAND REOPENING of Gabriel's
Christian Bookstore & Gifts today from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the store's 756
Baldwin Ave., DeFuniak Springs.
Synergy Community Development,
Inc. is blessed to be able to continue
the "Legacy" of Gabriel's as a not-for-
profit community project.
Live music, finger foods and a time
of fellowship to meet the volunteers of
Gabriel's. Details: 850-892-4737.


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D Bar ack Obarrma!joe Biden DEM)
L Gloria La Ri.a'Eugene Pur,.ear PSLi
Q Chuck B&ald,..in/Darreii Castle iCPFI
L3 Gene Amrondion/Lero,. Plellen iPRO)
LO Bob BarriWane A Rot (LBTET
SThormas Robtert Sie.ens'Alderi Lin-
i OBJ)
E James Harris, l, so Kenned', ISWF'I
Q Cyntrhia r.lc Kinne,,'Rose Clemertine
iGREI
1 Alan .Ke;,es.'Brian Rc.rbiough (4.IP
0 Ralplpi iader,t.all Ginzalez mECOi
U Brian Moo:re.ie'ari 1le'.aricnder iSPFi
U Charles Ja',iJohn Wane Srrlrh iBTPi

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1
U Jel ri.ller iREPi
0 Janesi Jim Br, an I DE[Li

PUBLIC DEFENDER 1st JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
D James Cwens. IREFPi
0 Tony Henderson rDEr..It

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 1
(Precincts 1, 2. 3. 4 and 9, and parts of
Precincts 13 and 45 only)
Q Great E.er.is REF I
Samma Brannon has qualified as a write-
in candidate

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 5
(Precincts 5. 6. 7. 8. 71. 12. 51 and 52. and
parts of Precincts 13. 23 and 45 only)
0 Brad Drae eiREPi
U John P Jojhnn, .ac M.lcDaniel III
IDEM)

MEMBER, BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 1
] Wa,rne Haririsi REFi
0 Ronald L F Conno,:r IDEtI.I

JUSTICE OFTHE SUPREME COURT
S iall Ju..tce Charles T Wells of ihe-
:.Suprerre Court be retained in ricic'e
U i,'E 5 I :.

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shall Judce Robert T Benton ol the 151
Disrnci Court o:t appeall be remained in,
oti 'ce
s Les I 1 .

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shall ..Judge 1.1arquerite H DEa. oI the
Ist Disirict Court lI appeall be relarne in,
c.ffice'
.3 es 0 IJo

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shall judge Jo:serph Le,'is .Jr o0 the iS.i
District Co.:urt Co ppeal be re taired in,

3 res LU r IJ-.

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shrall Judge Rick, F'P.ol..:,n :.o the i1 District
Crjuri :,ri appeal be retained in i ontri:ei
Q-les [L1tI,

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shall Judge Clay Roberts of the 1st District
Court of Appeal be retained n ortice'm
a Yes 0 No

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
Shall Judge William A. Van Nortwick, Jr. of
the 1st District Court of Appeal be retained
in office?
Q Yes 3 No

BAKER FIRE COMMISSIONER GROUP 2
(Precinct 1 only)
U Jeffrey B. Jackson
Q Gary "Jackie" Paul

NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE
COMMISSIONER GROUP 5
(Parts of precincts 3, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 45,
51 and 52 only)
U Samuel A. Anderson
U Luann Cutler

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
NO.1
ARTICLE I, SECTION 2
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to delete provisions authorizing
the Legislature to regulate or prohibit the
ownership, inheritance, disposition, and
possession of real property by aliens
ineligible for citizenship.
D Yes U No


NO. 2
ARTICLE I, NEW SECTION
Florida Miarriage Proteciion Amendment
This an',dmenr protects marriage as
the leqal union OI or onl, onre rma and one
v,,)rnan as. husband and wite and provides
irha no o.her legal union ithai is reacted
as rnarriage or the 'iubslanrtial eqlui,.alernt
threrEAl haii be .aldid or recognized
The direct inriancial irn-pac:i this amendment
ill ha,.e on glare arand local go'.errrnent
revenues and e,.perdciures cannc l be
determined but is expected to be n,,inorr
1 -es. i tic

NO.3
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3 AND 4
ARTICLE XII. NEW SECTION
C harige-s ard Impr:o, errenis ,t .r Arlecling
ihe Asses ses value oa Residenial Realt
Proper r'
uitrionrzes trie Legijalure bj,' general law,
to proCriit conriidleraiii::,n cit cnangeiS or
impro.emenis to residential real property
wa'hich inrcre-ase resistance 10o ind darnage
and ins[tallaio.n i:.I rerne'.able ererg,
s.:ource de- .ceas a rsiactors in assessing t-e
proper, s ..alue tor arj .lorem tla aictir
purp.-ses EErlei'lve upon adoption. repeals
the r stling renewable energy source
de...ice e.'enrpilin no longer in etect


NO. 4
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3 AND 4
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 28
Properi,. Ta'. E .'empilorn oI P rpeluall,
Conier.ed Land Cl.a s.iicalicn andl
.A-.serriermlnt ,)I Land U-ed lor Conser. ailri
Requires. Legi lature toC prc, ide a
property, la. e.-e rimpil,rii ir real property,
enc numbered b, perpetual corns.er. ilior,
easerreni,:. i:r other perpetual cons.er.. arlon
pirctech i .ns defined b, general la'.'.
Require Legir alure ict pro.di.e Ior
,Classilallconri and a'isessneiri oi land
used tor conrsetr.alcr purposes arind
not perpetual, encunmbered., c.leil, on
trie b.ai-, i character or i.e Subi eci:.,
ae'n's .ment eneari to :onrditioni
lirniations arid re ',,sonable definiticnrsi
e'laLbiihed bv, general la., applies to:
property, ta.es beginning in 201r.1
0 ie I L I I.:.

NO. 6
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 4
ARTICLE XII. NEW SECTION
-se.in.eni. of Working Waiertrornr Properri
BaieJd lipni Current Use
Pro. ides, lor aisessnmeni bated upon use
oi land used prec.rninarl,ly for c'omrnercial
iishing purp.-:s land i ued tor ..e_:el
launches, into.: ','aer. I thal .are na.igqable
and accessible 1c there pubic, marinas and
dr, lackss. If.at .are oper, t.o the pubi.. arind
. alerdependeni -iarine nraniuacturing
laciaiicE. :conirn ercial ishnring lacilties,. and
marine .escl corsi'ruc Ian and repair
ta,:tiies and treir support act..lties subject
10 condrionrs lirriiaioni and reasonable
derminl:.ns spe: lhed ,' general la'.,
0 res 0I 1:.

NO. 8
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 9
Lo. Cal ptlrin C:r-irriunit; C.:.ilege Funding
Proposing, .an amendment to the Slatle
Coristiutino, to require Iriat Ihe Legislature
auirorize counriies cto le. a local oplti':on
iales ila ic supplerrienit co:nrnunr ,
college ptunr g requriing '.oler appro. al
to levy the tax; providing that appro. ed
taxes will sunset after 5 years and rina, be
reauthorized :, ihe orers
0 Yes a No

NORTH OKALOOSA FIRE DISTRICT
(NOFD) AMENDMENTTO CHANGE
THE WAY THE DISTRICT ASSESSES
PROPERTY OWNERS
(Parts of precincts 3, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 45.
51 and 52 only)
Do you approve amending the NOFD
charter to authorize levy and collection
of millage (ad valorem) assessments
not to exceed 3.75 mils on all taxable
properties in the NOFD for the purposes of
constructing, operating, and maintaining
District fire and emergency services,
manpower, facilities, and equipment with
the understanding that setting the millage
rate cap does not mean that the District
will immediately implement the cap rate for
millage?
D Yes O No


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CAN DI DATES

Inlia, C.r n i Irorn Flo, rla ridl Freedom I le..v.pap:.er and I[ I ',' E.uller ,in rer.ne.-ma

North Okaloosa Fire District Commissioner, Group 5

Samuel Anderson
Family: Wife MNarn: children aar-y Angela Curtns. Suzanne A. Bremer, Law rence A.
Miller and [ohn A. Anderson: five children and stx great-grandchildren
Education: Associate's degree from Graceland College; bachelor's degrees in
secondary education history. social studies and economics from the University
of Wyoni-ng; uris doctorate from Liniversith of W\\oming: Naval Reserve Officer
Candidate School (conrnussioned ensign
Employment/Experience: Commissioner at Large North Okaloosa Fire District:
Reading Assistant tor At Risk Students at Davidson Middle School: former chairman
North Okaloosa YMICA board: guardian Ad Litem. circuit court: retired attorney
and Naval Reserve Captain: President. Sertoma International; Mayor and Town
Councilman. Columbine Valley, Colo.
Plalform: While \igorously holding the 'cost to ta\pa\er' line, to continue to
promote policies designed to meet the emergency services challenges facing the
district as a consequence ot increasing population. challenging real estate \ aluation;
and legislative mandate. This, while still providing the high quality fire, motor vehicle
and medical responses to which our patrons have become accustomed.

Luann Cutler
Family: Husband Ed
Education: Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of
Toledo- master's degree in business administration from Liruversitv ot Pittsburgh-
graduate ot military professional schools including Squadron Officers' School. Air
Command and Staff College. and Air War College: completed numerous formal
courses and continuing educabon to achieve and maintain qualiticahons in program
management and engineering specialties.
Employment/Experience: Founding member of Auburn Garden City Volunteer
Fire Department: Founding member and volunteerr firefighter in North Okaloosa Fire
District: responsible for creation and maintenance of database and custom maps of
the fire district: nominated for GEICO Ci\ilian Public Service Award in 20044. amateur
radio: civil service employee at Eglin Air Force Base since 1'-'93; retired Air Force
Reserve Individual Mobilizations Augmentee; achtie in supporting recent North
Okaloosa Fire District activities.
Platform: "I would be proactive and engaged in my responsibilities. I would
be willing to devote time to do the legvork expected of a commissioner and not
delegate things the commissioner should be doing. I also would like to see one NOFD
commissioner in contact with an Okaloosa County Commissioner once a quarter."
See CANDIDATES. 5



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Saturday, November 1, 2008


Election


Crestview News Bulletin I 5


CANDIDATES continued...
Baker Fire District
Commissioner, Group 2

Jeffrey B. Jackson
Family: Wife Alice and four children;
many other family members reside in
Baker area.
Education: Graduated from Freeport
High School; bachelor's degree in history
completed at University of Alabama;
working toward master's degree in
business administration
Employment/Experience: Retired
from Army in 2001; currently Vice
President of DHS Technologies working
with military and first responders.
Platform: "The Baker Fire Department
canbenefitfromabusiness leaderbecause
we have experience in raising funds and
applying for grants and looking to solve
shortfalls in equipment and personnel.
[ believe we have to infuse some new
blood into some of these positions to
generate new ideas. The question is,
how can we better ourselves by getting
these grants and building partnerships
with other fire districts and helping the
community be aware of what is going on
Ln the fire district. I encourage people to
contact me (jjackson@drash.com) to find
out my position on the issues."

Gary "Jackie" Paul
Family: Several family members.
are involved in firefighting;, nephew
fames Michael Paul is current chief; a
grandson is active in a fire department
in Alabama.
Education: Firefighter 1; In addition
to conventional education has taken
:lasses and passed standards to be a
volunteer or paid firefighter on multiple
Occasions.
Employment/Experience: Baker
Fire Chief for 23 years; Baker Fire
Commissioner since formation of the
district in 1980; also has served as
secretary of the Baker Fire District.
Platform: "My heart and soul is in it
as I've been a volunteer firefighter since
the 1970s. I've been in (the Baker Fire
District) since 1980 and I've got more
experience than anyone else. We've
come a long way, from starting out with
nothing to the fabulous facility we have
now."

Check out capsules for candidates for
the U.S. House of Representatives, Florida
House of Representatives, Public Defender
and County Commissioner races at www.
iwfdailynews.com. Type a candidate's name
in the search window to get links to the
candidate capsules.


1. BAKER
Baker Area Rcreatin :,r a. Bldg ,
State Road 4, Baker

2. BLACKMAN
Bl:k,:nrma C:,nirri urni, Center,
7590 Sta.e Road 189 r l Blackman

3. MILLIGAN
North Okaloosa Fire District Station #3,
5241 State Road 4, Milligan

4. HOLT
.Community Bldg,
490 U.S. Hiqht,.,,, 90, Holt


LOCAL CONNECTIONS
These candidates on the Nov. 4 general
election ballot have ties to north Okaloosa
County.
U.S. House of Representatives District 1
Democratic candidate James "Jim" Bryan is a
Laurel Hill resident.
Florida House of Representatives District
1 Republican candidate Greg Evers is a Baker
resident.
Florida House of Representatives District
1 write-in candidate Samma 0. Brannon is a
Baker resident.
Okaloosa County Commissioner District
1 Republican candidate Wayne Harris is a
Crestview resident.
Okaloosa County Commissioner District
1 Democratic candidate Ronald L.F. Connor is
a Crestview resident.
Baker Fire Commissioner District 2
candidate Jeffrey B. Jackson is a Baker
resident.
Baker Fire Commissioner District 2
candidate Gary "Jackie" Paul is a Baker
resident.
North Okaloosa Fire Commissioner
District 5 candidate Samuel A. Anderson is a
Crestview resident.
North Okaloosa Fire Commissioner
District 5 candidate Luann Cutler is a
Crestview resident.


North Okaloosa


County polling places

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7p.m.


5. LAUREL HILL
First Baptist Church of Laurel Hill,
3972 2nd Ave, Laurel Hill

6. GARDEN CITY
Auburn Pentecostal Ministries,
6144 State Road 85 N., Crestview
7. DORCAS
Dorcas Baptist Church, Education Bldg,
5880 McCallum Rd., Dorcas

8. HONEY CREEK
Emrri.anruel E..pti't Church.
3252 James Lee Blvd E., Crestview
9.YELLOW RIVER
Charles Waltriall Bidg
5479 Old Bethel Rd., Crestview

11. EAST CRESTVIEW
First Assembly 6of God Church,
400 Ferdon Bl;d S., Crestview


12. WEST CRESTVIEW
Carver Hill School,
461 School Ave W., Crestview

13. NORTH CRESTVIEW
Woodlawn Baptist Church,
824 Ferdon Blvd N., Crestview

23. EGLIN
Eglin Elementary School, Oak Hill
Campus, 101 Chinquapin Dr., Eglin AFB

45. SOUTH CRESTVIEW
St. Mark United Methodist Church,
2250 PJ Adams Pkwy., Crestview

51. AIRPORT ROAD
Church of Christ-Airport Road,
2845 Airport Rd., Crestview

52. LIVE OAK
Live Oak Baptist Church,
4565 Live Oak Church Rd., Crestview


HISTORIC from page 1


She noted many stu-
dents' thoughts on govern-
ment don't go much beyond
"President Bush is good"
or "President Bush is an
idiot."
"What kind of analysis is
that?" she asked. "It's not
enough to say, 'President
Bush is an idiot.' Why is
President Bush an idiot?"
She offered several trou-


bling anecdotes about the
state of social studies edu-
cation in some parts of the
country. ("Not so much in
this area," she noted).
She was presented
with a new government
textbook that did not in-
clude any information about
state or local government.
She told of a high
school teacher ordered to


change the wording of the
Declaration of Indepen-
dence because superiors
said the original document
violated the separation of
church and state.
She talked about the
emphasis on "secondary
history" a politically cor-
rect approach that might
dismiss the contributions of
someone like Thomas Jef-


ferson because he also hap-
pened to own slaves.
She would like to see
classes like political philos-
ophy and political science
made readily available to
younger students.
"By not giving our young
people the skills they need
to pick apart what is going
on, we are doing a great
disservice to our country,"


she said. "It threatens the
stability of the government
- and that's a pretty major
thing."
'Things change
very little'
McLaughlin concludes
today's students under-
stand government just as
well as their parents and
grandparents did.


His reminder: How
much did any of us really
know when we were 18?
"No matter what
people say, things change
very little," he said. "I've
been in education since
1974 and kids know as
much today as they did
then.
"I can tell you there is
so much more out there


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



EXAMPLE

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



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ELECTION BRIEFS

Early voting concludes today
Early voting concludes today. Early voting in the north county is
held at the Crestview library and at the Okaloosa County Supervisor of
Elections office. Early voting hours have been extended from 7 a.m.- to
7 p.m.
There will be no early voting on Monday.

Knights of Columbus help 'Get out the Vote'
Crestview's Knights of Columbus have organized a "Get Out the
Vote" effort to provide transportation 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 transportation on Nov. 4 should
contact Herb Fosman, either by telephone at 423-1262 or by e-mail at
herbandursula@cox.net.
The effort is part of a nationwide Knights of Columbus program.

Judging the judges and
analyzing the amendments
Looking for information about judges and constitutional amendments
on the general election ballot? Log on to www.crestviewbulletin.com on
Monday for detailed information about the judges from The Florida Bar
and an analysis of the amendments from the James Madison Institute.


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APPROVED FOR
.wo
MEDICARE PART B


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6 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Saturday, November 1, 2008


BRAC from page 1


projected to be impacted by
a 7th Special Forces Group
cantonment at the preferred
location. Not surprisingly, the
report concludes, "regional
transportation networks are
currently inadequate for the
population. The report goes
on to say, "regional traffic flow
is an existing problem and will
need to be resolved with re-
gional solutions. The Air Force
will work with regional agen-
cies to support identification
of solutions."
2,200 Estimated number
of personnel expected to come
to area when the 7th Special
Forces Group relocates to Eg-
lin. The Air Force estimates
a total of 6,067 new area resi-
dents when spouses and chil-


dren are included.
53,511.5 Estimated acres
of weapons training ranges
that will be needed for the 7th
Special Forces Group.
"Almost all recreation in
those areas will have to stop,"
one attendee at the meeting
noted.
5,332,240 Total square
feet of new facilities that will
be needed for the 7th Special
Forces Group, to be construct-
ed between 2008 and 2001.
"In essence, they are build-
ing a whole new base," Zeth-
mayr said.
$384,000,000 Estimated
cost toiconstruct the new facil-
ities for the 7th Special Forces
Group, including $220 million
this fiscal year.


Okaloosa County School
Board District 4 representa-
tive Cathy Thigpen provid-
ed this update following the
board's Oct. 27 meeting

We recog-
nized Baker
Schoolteacher
Pamela Byrd
andRichbourg
Middle School
teacher Cyn-
thia King, who
recently re- THIGPEN
ceived Excel
awards from the Foundation
for Excellence in Education.
They received beautiful cer-
tificates from the district for
their accomplishments. This
is just a slice of what we have
to offer as far as teachers in
Okaloosa County.


SCHOOL
BOARD

UPDATE

A reminder: A swearing-
in ceremony will be held at 5
p.m. Nov. 18 for school board
members who were re-elect-
ed (Thigpen and District 2
representative Chuck Kel-
ley) and re-elected'Superin-
; tendent Dr. Alexis Tibbetts.
There will be one school
board meeting this month. It
will be held Nov. 10.

"School Board Report"
will appear on Satur-
days following Okaloosa
County School Board meet-
ings.


Jriend/y


2in/efa Cox
'Jssislanr 73ranc/ 'JCanayeer

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


October completed 14
years of writing Up on the
Hill. Most of that time it was a
weekly column. Currently it is
bi-weekly in the Saturday pa-
per. I have enjoyed the tran-
sition from typewriter and
word processor to the amaz-
ing computer. Several years
ago I even wrote this column
while bedfast in ICU! Meeting
my neighbors and gleaming
tidbits of interest from them
is always enjoyable.
The votes will soon be
counted, TV commercials
cleared up, and we can settle
down to Thanksgiving and
Christmas planning mode.
The crisp weather has us
firing up the fireplaces in
Laurel Hill, where most
neighbors have stacks of
firewood waiting. Others en-
joy gas logs with a cup of hot
chocolate in hand and a tinge
of nostalgia.
Laurel Hill Lady Hill-
toppers enjoyed lunch at
the Grill on Oct. 21. It was
good to see Lady McDonald
Campbell sporting her big
smile, Bertie Ann Curenton,
Cassie Rogers, Eula Mae
Harrison, Barbara Mapoles,
Norma Flourney, Edna Gella,
Penny Dunston, and first


most laugh-
able secret
Events was a
hoot. Norma
ESTELLE ROGERS told about
ESTELLE ROGHRS the time she
UpontheHill went shop-
ping at Wal-
Mart, paid for her items and
... oops, I can't tell you the
rest of the story! If you will
join us at 11 a.m. Nov. 18, she
will repeat her very funny
event.
The What's It Shop
M Floral and Antique Shop has
an array of beautiful fall and
Christmas decorations for
your church, home or busi-
ness. Owner Sara Smith has a
flair for visualizing your word
descriptions and turning
them into artistic floral ar-
rangements. Stop by the shop
or call Bobbie at 652-2599.
Deep appreciation from
the Doug Rogers family to Sil-
vercrest Manor in Crestview.
While at Silvercrest he was
treated by professional care-
givers with a gentle touch
and a staff that cared for him
like a memberof the family.
A special thanks to my new


Laurel Hill Mayor Vizell
Robbins and "First Lady"
Robbins.

friends, Meg, Barbara and Lorene,
for the extra miles they went
on our behalf. After several
weeks of good care he is back
home relaxing in his recliner.
We highly recommend this
facility for short term, or,
should the need arise, long
term care. For more informa-
tion call (850) 682-1903.
Okaloosa Regional
Home Health Services
are providing Doug with
strength-building therapy. We
have had excellent care from
this service several times in
the past years. Sheila is one
of my favorite RN's. Melissa,
Kelley and Price ... all are gifted
in their field.
Caregivers have a


wonderful support group
meeting the third Thursday
of each month from 10:30 to
11:30 a.m. at the First Baptist
Fellowship building. Carolyn
Williams, daughter of Mayor and
First Lady Robbins, does a fine
job of directing the group ses-
sion. This is a much-needed
time-out learning session for
many of our family members
in Laurel Hill. Local ladies
leave the friendly gather-
ing feeling refreshed and
renewed to continue the task
of caring for their loved one.
Please help us spread the
word. The group continues to
grow as word spreads of its
existence.
It was good to see Mayor
and First Lady at the last
meeting in support of their
daughter and neighbors. Our
new First Lady looked lovely
as she posed with her hus-
band for a picture. We don't
,see enough of her these days.
However, she is not complain-
ing about phone calls to her
busy husband. Laurel Hill
wishes them the best during
this busy time in their lives.
Let us come before his
presence with thanksgiving,
and make a joyful noise unto
him with psalms. Psalms 95:2


Blackman Water Board sees dream come true


Okaloosa County Dis-
trict 3 Commissioner Bill
Roberts provided this up-
date from Tuesday's meet-
ing of the county commis-
sioners:

It was a pleasure to
attend this past Tuesday a
ceremony at the Blackman
Community Center where
the USDA Rural Develop-
ment presented a check to
the Blackman Water Board
to help fund their new water


system.
This group
of citizens had
a dream over
five years
ago to bring
water to the
residents of
ROBERTS this commu-
nity. Because
of their hard
work, this dream will be-
come a reality. The people
who serve on that Board de-
serve a tremendous amount


I COUNTY
COMMISSIONER'S

CORNER


of credit.
This coming Tuesday,
we have a very light agenda
(probably everyone wants
to look at election results).
This meeting will mark the
last meeting for Commis-
sioner Sherry Campbell.


Sherry has been an excel-
lent County Commissioner,
she has served with honesty
and integrity and her wis-
dom, judgment and smile
will be missed.

"County Commission
Corner" will rotate between
Okaloosa County Commis-
sion members who repre-
sent the News Bulletin's cov-
erage area and will appear
on Saturday. after county
commission meetings.


Obituaries


Voncile Bailey
Fratangelo
1930 2008
Voncile Bailey Fratangelo,
age 78, of Jefferson, Texas went
to be with her Lord and Savior
on Oct. 24, 2008, after fighting
a courageous
battle with leu-
kemia.
She was
born on April 4,
1930 in Pensac-
ola to the late
A. Hilliard and
Frances Bailey.
She at-
tended schools FRATANGELO
in Pensacola
and later work-
ed in various family businesses
until she moved to Crestview.
Voncile's proudest career
accomplishment was being
elected the first female judge
in Okaloosa County, where she
served from 1964-1972 (she
loved politics).
She was a very, very, loving
mother, and grandmother, and
will truly be missed by all who
knew her. She loved God, fam-
ily, flowers, music and travel.
Her greatest passion was her
grandchildren and cheering for
them in their sports and other
activities.
"Mama", as her children
called her, "has left a last-


ing impression on us and in
turn, we are honored and thank-
ful to have known and loved
her," said her family members.
She was a member of First
Baptist Church in Crestview
and also attended First United
Methodist Church in Jefferson.
Voncile was preceded in
death by her, husband, Martin
Veto, her parents, A. Hilliard
and -Frances Bailey; and her
sister, Edna Mae Bailey Galla-
her.
Sons, Ned and wife Susan
Fratangelo, and Jeffrey and
wife Lynn Fratangelo, all of
Jefferson, survive her. She is
also survived by her daughters,
Candace and husband Steve
Shaver of Sugar Land, Texas,
and Jenee and husband Eric
Strange of Houston, Texas;
stepdaughter, Dawn Fratangelo
of New York, N.Y; stepson, Mar-
tin Fratangelo Jr. of Daytona
Beach; grandsons, Bailey, Nick
and Will Fratangelo of Jeffer-
son; Jared and Alex Shaver of
Sugar Land; granddaughters,
Kathryn McGee of Jefferson,
Stephanie Fratangelo of Day-
tona Beach; niece, Patricia Gal-
laher Hoglund of San Angelo,
Texas; a special daughter, Bebe
Horne of Crestview, and many
cousins.
Visitation will be on Sunday,
Nov. 2 at noon at Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home Chapel in
Crestview, to be followed by the


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at our Southside Office. A graduate of Laurel Hill High School, Angela
continued her education at Lurleen B. Wallace College majoring in education.
She and her husband, David, have one daughter who attends Walker
Elementary School. Being very family oriented, she and her daughter have the
same hobby, they love to shop. Having worked at First National for 12 years,
Angela commented, "working at First National is like having an extended
family. We really get to know our customers and they become our friends.
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funeral service at 1 p.m. Burial
will be at St. John's Cemetery
in Pensacola following the ser-
vice.
The family would like to
thank Patsy Petersen and Bren-
da Headrick for their excellent
care and love they are spe-
cial angels!
Floral arrangements will be
accepted or contributions may
be made to The Leukemia So-
ciety of Houston, 5005 Mitchell-
dale St. Suite 115, Houston, TX
77092.
Arrangements are under the
direction of Whitehurst-Powell
Funeral Home, Crestview.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for Von-
cile Fratangelo online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.

Lavis Harmon Kelley
Lavis Harmon Kelley, age
73, of Milton, passed away on
Sunday, Oct. 26, 2008. He was
born in Coffee County, Ala. in
1934 to Mr. and' Mrs. T.F. Kel-
ley.
After growing up farming
in south Alabama, Mr. Kelley
worked in grocery stores in
Florala, Ala., and later moved
to Fort Walton Beach, where he
worked as a Delchamps butch-
er and still later as an assistant
manager of A&P Grocery.
He moved to Milton in July
2005, where he enjoyed gar-




to Oel1Zzo6l
Richard & Amanda Del
Pozo are proud to announce
the birth of their twin
daughters at Sacred Heart
Hospital on Oct. 25, 2008.
Shelby Lynn Del Pozo
was born at 10:09 a.m. She
weighed 1 lb., 5 oz. and is
12" long.
Shay Lynn Del Pozo
was born at 10:10 a.m. She
weighed 1 lb., .06 oz. and is
11 inches long.
The proud grandparents
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 of
Crestview.
The family says, "Our
babies are a fit 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 5
pounds."


dening and tending goats and
chickens on a small country
plot.
His wife, Jewell, sons, Bob-
by and Dewayne and daughter,
Cheryl, as well as brothers,
Emory and Randal, sisters,
Amy and Clara, and five grand-
children survive him.
Two sisters, Malona and
Hazel, preceded him in death.
Visitation was held from
6 to 8 p.m. on Wednes-
day, Oct. 29 at Whitehurst-
Powell Funeral Home in
Crestview. Funeral services
were at 10 a.m. on Thursday,
Oct. 30 at Whitehurst-Powell
Funeral Home, with Rev. Dew-
ey Mars officiating. Interment
followed at Damascus Baptist
Church Cemetery outside of
Florala.
Whitehurst-Powell Funeral
Home, 436 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, was entrusted with
arrangements.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for La-
vis Kelley online at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com:

Frieda E. Standley
Frieda E. Standley, age
93, resident of Crestview and
formerly of Pensacola, passed
away Tuesday afternoon, Oct.
28, 2008, at North Okaloosa
Medical Center.
Frieda worked in the retail
industry and was a division
manager at Sears for many
years.
She was a parishioner of
Our Lady of Victory Catholic
Church in Crestview.
Frieda is survived by her
two nephews, Kenneth Sei-
ffert and his wife, Brenda, and
James W. Seiffert; and many
great- and great-great neph-
ews and nieces.
The family extends
their deepest gratitude for
the love and care provided by
the staff of Parthenon Health
Care in Crestview, Dr. Abdul
Mir and staff, and Frieda's
church family at Our Lady of
Victory.
A Mass of the Christian
Burial will be held at 11 a.m.
on Friday, Oct. 31 at Our Lady
of Victory Catholic Church,
celebrated by Rev. John Cayer.
The family will receive friends
at the church one hour prior
to the Mass.
Interment at St.. John's
Cemetery in Pensacola will
be private. In lieu of flowers,
Frieda requested donations
be made to the Building Fund
at Our Lady of Victory Catho-
lic Church.
Arrangements are under
the direction of Whitehu-
rst-Powell Funeral Home in
Crestview.


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Port St. Joe, St. Joseph & St.
Andrew Bay
Date Time Ht Time
11/01-S 10:03A 0.OL 11:48P
11/02-Su 10:11A -0.1L 11:36P
11/03-M 11:04A -0.1L
11/04-T 12:21A 1.9H 11:41A
11/05-W 01:02A 1.8H 12:07P
11/06-Th 01:41A 1.6H 12:23P
11/07-F 02:25A 1.3H 12:27P
10:14P 1.0H
11/08-S 01:11A 0.9L 04:33A
12:11P 0.6L 07:58P
11/09-Su 02:26A 0.7L 08:52A
10:47A 0.7L 07:09P
11/10-M 03:11A 0.2L 06:59P
11/11-T 03:59A -0.1L 07:17P
11/12-W 04:55A -0.3L 07:53P
11/13-Th 06:02A -0.4L 08:43P
11/14-F 07:21A -0.6L 09:41P
11/15-S 08:44A -0.7L 10:42P
11/16-Su 09:59A -0.7L 11:43P
11/17-M 10:58A -0.6L
11/18-T 12:39A 2.0H 11:40A
11/19-W 01:30A 1.7H 12:04P
11/20-Th 02:16A 1.3H 12:OOP
10:OOP 0.9H
11/21-F 11:10A O.4L 07:16P
11/22-S 03:01A 0.4L 06:36P
11/23-Su 03:36A 0.1L 06:34P
11/24-M 04:11A -0.2L 06:49P
11/25-T 04:48A -0.3L 07:16P
11/26-W 05:30A -0.4L 07:50P
11/27-Th 06:19A -0.4L 08:30P
11/28-F 07:16A -0.4L 09:13P
11/29-S 08:12A -0.4L 09:56P
11/30-Su 09:01A -0.4L 10:35P
Harris, The Narrows
Date Time Ht Time I
11/01-S 01:45A 2.0H 02:39P
11/02-Su 01:31A 2.0H 02:47P
11/03-M 02:19A 1.9H 03:40P
11/04-T 03:04A 1.9H 04:17P
11/05-W 03:45A 1.8H 04:43P
11/06-Th 04:24A 1.5H 04:59P
11/07-F 05:08A 1.3H 05:03P
11/08-S 12:57A 1.0H 05:47A
07:16A 1.0H 04:47P
10:41P 1.1H
11/09-Su 07:02A 0.7L 11:35A
03:23P 0.7L 09:52P
11/10-M 07:47A 0.2L 09:42P
11/11-T 08:35A -0.1L 10:OOP
11/12-W 09:31A -0.3L 10:36P
11/13-Th 10:38A -0.4L 11:26P
11/14-F 11:57A -0.6L
11/15-S 12:24A 2.2H 01:20P
11/16-Su 01:25A 2.2H 02:35P
11/17-M 02:26A 2.2H 03:34P
11/18-T 03:22A 2.0H .04:16P
11/19-W 04:13A 1.7H 04:40P
11/20-Th 04:59A 1.3H 04:36P
11/21-F 12:43A 0.9H 03:46P
09:59P 1.0H
11/22-S 07:37A 0.4L 09:19P
11/23-Su 08:12A 0.1L 09:17P
11/24-M 08:47A -0.21 09:32P
11/25-T 09:24A -0.3L 09:59P
11/26-W 10:06A -O.4L 10:33P
11/27-Th 10:55A -0.4L 11:13P
11/28-F 11:52A -0.4L 11:56P
11/29-S 12:48P -0.4L
11/30-Su 12:39A 1.8H 01:37P


West Bay Creek, West Bay
Date Time Ht Time Ht
11/01-S 11:01A 0.OL
11/02-Su 12:44A 2.0H 11:09A -0.1L
11/03-M 12:32A 1.9H 12:02P -0.1L
11/04-T 01:17A 1.9H 12:39P -0.1L
11/05-W 01:58A 1.8H 01:05P 0.0L
11/06-Th 02:37A 1.6H 01:21P 0.1L
11/07-F 03:21A 1.4H 01:25P 0.3L
11:10P 1.0H
11/08-S 02:09A 0.9L 05:29A 1.0H
01:09P 0.6L 08:54P 1.1H
-11/09-Su 03:24A 0.7L 09:48A 0.8H
11:45A 0.7L 08:05P 1.4H
11/10-M 04:09A 0.2L 07:55P 1.6H
11/11-T 04:57A -0.1L 08:13P 1.8H
11/12-W 05:53A -0.3L 08:49P 2.OH
11/13-Th 07:00A -0.5L 09:39P 2.3H
11/14-F 08:19A -0.6L 10:37P 2.3H
11/15-S 09:42A -0.7L 11:38P 2.3H
11/16-Su 10:57A -0.7L
11/17-M 12:39A 2.3H 11:56A -0.6L
11/18-T 01:35A 2.OH 12:38P -0.5L
11/19-W 02:26A 1.7H 01:02P -O.1L
11/20-Th 03:12A 1.4H 12:58P 0.2L
10:56P 0.9H
11/21-F 12:08P 8.5L 08:12P 1.0H
11/22-S 03:59A 0.5L 07:32P 1.2H
11/23-Su 04:34A 0.1L 07:30P 1.6H
11/24-M 05:09A -0.2L 07:45P 1.7H
11/25-T 05:46A -0.3L 08:12P 1.8H
11/26-W 06:28A -0.5L 08:46P 1.8H
11/27-Th 07:17A -0.5L 09:26P 1.8H
11/28-F 08:14A -0.5L 10:09P 1.8H
11/29-S 09:10A -0.5L 10:52P 1.8H
11/30-Su 09:59A -0.5L 11:31P 1.8H
Fishing Bend, Santa Rosa Sound
Date Time Ht Time Ht
11/01-S 12:49A 2.0H 12:39P O.OL
11/02-Su 01:35A 2.OH 12:47P -0.1L
11/03-M 01:23A 1.9H 01:40P -0.1L
11/04-T 02:08A 1.9H 02:17P -O.1L
11/05-W 02:49A 1.8H 02:43P 0.OL
11/06-Th 03:28A 1.5H 02:59P 0.1L
11/07-F 04:12A 1.3H 03:03P 0.3L
11/08-S 12:01A 1.0H 03:47A 0.9L
06:20A 1.OH 02:47P 0.6L
09:45P 1.1H
11/09-Su 05:02A 0.7L 10:39A 0.8H
01:23P 0.7L 08:56P 1.3H
11/10-M 05:47A 0.2L 08:46P 1.5H
11/11-T 06:35A -0.1L 09:04P 1.8H
11/12-W 07:31A -0.3L 09:40P 2.0H
11/13-Th 08:38A -O.4L 10:30P 2.2H
11/14-F 09:57A -0.6L 11:28P 2.2H
11/15-S 11:20A -0.7L
11/16-Su 12:29A 2.2H 12:35P -0.7L
11/17-M 01:30A 2.2H 01:34P -0.6L
11/18-T 02:26A 2.0H 02:16P -0.4L
11/19-W 03:17A 1.7H 02:40P -0.1L
11/20-Th 04:03A 1.3H 02:36P 0.2L
11:47P 0.9H
11/21-F 01:46P 0.4L 09:03P 1.0H
11/22-S 05:37A 0.4L 08:23P 1.2H
11/23-Su 06:12A 0.1L 08:21P 1.5H
11/24-M 06:47A -0.2L 08:36P 1.7H
11/25-T 07:24A -0.3L 09:03P 1.8H
11/26-W 08:06A -0.4L 09:37P 1.8H
11/27-Th 08:55A -0.4L 10:17P 1.8H
11/28-F 09:52A -O.4L 11:00P 1.8H
11/29-S 10:48A -0.4L 11:43P 1.8H
11/30-Su 11:37A -0.4L


Pensacola Bay, Entrance
Date Time Ht Time Ht
1111-S 11:14A O.OL 11:31P 1.4H
11/02-Su 11:22A -0.1L 11:19P 1.4H
11/03-M 12:15P -0.1L
114-T 12:04A 1.4 H 12:52P -0.1L
11/05-W 12:45A 1.3H 01:18P O.OL
1/6-Tll 0124A 1.1H 01:34P 0.1L
11/17-F 02:08A 1.OH 0138P 0.2L
09:57P 0.7H
11/08-S 02:22A 0.6L 04:16A 0.7H
01:22P 0.4L 07:41P 0.8H
11/09-Su 03:37A 0,5L 08:35A 0.6H
11:58A 0.5L 06:52P 1.0H
11/10-M 04:22A 0.2L 06:42P 1.1H
11/11-T 05:10A -0.1L 07:00P 1.3H
11/12-W 06:06A -0.2L 07:36P 1.4H
11/13-Th 07:13A -0.3L 08:26P 1.6H
11/14-F 0832A -OA.4L 09:24P 1.6H
11/15-S 09:55A -0.5L 10:25P 1.6H
11/16-Su 11:10A -0.5L 11:26P 1.6H
11/17-M 12:09P -0.4L
11/18-T 12:22A 1.4H 12:51P -0.3L
11/19-W 01:13A 1.2H 01:15P -0.1L
11/20-Th 01:59A 1.OH 01:11P 0.2L
09:43P 0.6H
11/21-F 1221P 0.3L 06:59P 0.7H
11/22-S 04:12A 0.3L 06:19P 0.9H
11/23-Su 04:47A 0.1L 06:17P 1.1H
1124-M 0522A -0.2L 06:32P 1.2H
11/25-T 05:59A -0.2L 06:59P 1.3H
11/26-W 06:41A -0.3L 07:33P 1.3H
11/27-Th 07:30A -0.3L 08:13P- 1.3H
11/28-F 0827A -0.3L 08:56P 1.3H
11/29-S 09:23A -0.3L 09:39P 1.3H
11/30-Su 10:12A -0.3L 10:18P 1.3H
Choctawhatchee Bay, East Pass (Destin)
Date Time Ht Time Ht
11/01-S 11:14A O.OL
11/02-Su 12:21A 0.9H 11:22A -O.OL
11/03-M 12:09A 0.8H 12:15P -O.OL
11/04-T 12:54A 0.8H 12:52P -O.OL
11/05-W 01:35A 0.8H 01:18P O.OL
11/06-Th 02:14A 0.7H 01:34P O.OL
11/07-F 02:58A 0.6H 01:38P 0.1L
10:47P 0.4H
11/08-S 02:22A 0.3L 05:06A 0.4H
01:22P 0.2L 08:31P 0.5H
11/09-Su 03:37A 02L 09:25A O.3H
11:58A 0.2L 07:42P 0.6H
11/10-M 04:22A 0.1L 07:32P 0.7H
11/11-T 05:10A -O.OL 07:50P O.8H
11/12-W 06:06A -0.1L 08:26P 0.9H
11/13-Th 07:13A -O.TL 09:16P 1.0H
11/14-F 08:32A -0.2L 10:14P 1.0H
11/15-S 09:55A -0.2L 11:15P 1.0H
11/16-Su 11:10A -0.2L
11/17-M 12:16A 1.0H 12:09P -0.2L
11/18-T 01:12A 0.9H 12:51P -0.1L
11/19-W 02:03A 0.7H 01:15P -0.0L
11/20-Th 02:49A 0.6H 01:11P 0.1L
10:33P O.4H
11/21-F 12:21P 0.1L 07:49P 0.4H
11/22-S 04:12A 0.1L 07:09P 0.5H
11/23-Su 04:47A 0.OL 07:07P 0.7H
11/24-M 05:22A -0.1L 07:22P 0.7H
11/25-T 05:59A -0.1L 07:49P 0.8H
11/26-W 06:41A -0.1L 08:23P 0.8H
11/27-Th 07:30A -0.1L 09:03P 0.8H
11/28-F 08:27A -0.1L 09:46P 0.8H
11/29-S 09:23A -0.1L 10:29P 0.8H
11/30-Su 10:12A -0.1L 11:08P 0.8H


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Give thanks in November


The general gun season
runs in the Northwest Hunt-
ing Zone starts Thanksgiving
Day (Nov. 27) and lasts until
Nov. 30. Two weeks later, the
season reopens Dec. 13 and
runs through Feb. 18.
During general gun sea-
son, only bucks having at
least one antler, five inches
or more in length, may be
taken. On private land, the
daily bag limit on deer is two.
Bag limits for deer on wildlife
management areas (WMAs)
can differ.
Wild hogs are considered
livestock on private lands,
so they can be hunted year-
round with no bag or size
limits. On most public lands,
there are no bag or size limits,
and hogs are legal to take
during most hunting seasons
except spring turkey. Specific
bag and size limits apply on a
few public hunting areas.
Hunters are permitted to
take deer and wild hogs over
feeding stations on private
land, but you may not use
such feed on WMAs, no mat-
ter the season or the game.
It's illegal to take deer us-
ing rimfire cartridges or non-
expanding, full-metal case
ammunition. Shooting swim-
ming deer also is against the
law.
Within the general gun
season is the highly antici-
pated antlerless deer sea-
son, better known as "doe
week." On private lands,
these seven days run Dec.
20-26 in the Northwest Hunt-
ing Zone.
During doe week, deer
of either sex may be taken
(except for spotted fawns) on
private lands. The daily bag
limit during this week-long
season is one buck and one
doe or two bucks. You may
not take two does in one day
as you can during archery
season. Hunters are never
allowed to harvest more
than two deer per day under
any circumstances. Taking
antlerless deer is prohibited
during general gun season
on WMAs, unless you have
an antlerless deer permit for
that particular area.


Folks
hunting deer
s- c with dogs on
private or
public lands,
where it is al-
lowed, must
have their
TONY YOUNG names and
Florida Outdoors addresses
displayed on
their dogs' collars. Hunters
must confine their dogs to
the tract of land they have
permission to hunt and not
allow them to wander off.
Hunters using dogs to
take deer on private prop-
erty must register the tract
of land they will be hunting.
The statewide deer-dog reg-
istration program doesn't
apply for training or hunting
with deer dogs on WMAs.
The registration number
may be issued to hunting
clubs, landowners or anyone
having the rights to hunt
deer with dogs on a particu-
lar tract of land upon filling
out the required application.
Once you've registered
the property, you'll be issued
a number that must be at-
tached to the collars of all
dogs used to run deer on
that property, when taking
deer with dogs is permitted.
All individuals must have a
copy of the registration with
them while they're engaged
in training or hunting with
deer dogs.
Fall turkey season in the
Northwest zone is Nov. 27-30
and Dec. 13- Jan. 18). Only
bearded turkeys and gob-
blers may be taken, and you
must have a turkey permit
($5 for residents, $100 for
nonresidents) to hunt them.
Only one turkey may be
harvested per day. There's
also a two-bird fall-season
limit some folks aren't aware
of. This means you only may
harvest two turkeys dur-
ing the archery, crossbow,
muzzleloading gun and fall
turkey seasons combined.
You're not permitted to
hunt turkeys with dogs or
with recorded turkey calls;
you're not permitted to shoot
them while they're on the


roost or when you're within
100 yards of a game-feeding
station when feed is present.
You're also not permitted to
hunt turkeys over bait. In
Holmes County, you may not
hunt turkeys in the fall.
Quail and gray squirrel
season runs statewide Nov.
8 March 1. Of course, the
use of dogs is allowed, as a
good pointer can really help
locate a covey of quail. Small
"feists," like Jack Russells
and rat terriers, enjoy tree-
ing squirrels and retrieving
them once they're downed.
The daily bag limit on quail
and gray squirrel is 12, but
shooting fox squirrels is
against the law.
On private lands, shoot-
ing hours for deer, turkeys,
quail and gray squirrels are
a half-hour before sunrise to
a half-hour after sunset. All
legal firearms, muzzleload-
ers, bows, crossbows and
handguns may be used dur-
ing the appropriate seasons.
Illegal firearms and am-
munition would be defined
as centerfire, semi-auto-
matic rifles having magazine
capacities of more than
five rounds and fully auto-
matic or silencer-equipped
firearms. Other prohibited
methods for taking game
include shooting from a mov-
ing vehicle or herding or
driving game with a vehicle.
All licenses and permits
you'll need are available at
tax collectors' offices, retail
outlets that sell hunting and
fishing gear, by calling toll-
free 1-888-HUNT-FLORIDA
or by going online at www.
wildlifelicense.com.


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Saturday, November 1, 2008


B8 I Crestview News Bulletin Classifieds


AMENDED NOTICE OF SEES, ASSIGNEES, and OKALOOSA County,
ACTION OF DISSOLU- LIENORS, CREDITORS, Florida:
TION OF MARRIAGE TRUSTEES AND ALL CRAIG FALTER
OTHER PARTIES CLAIM- Respondent/ Husband. C O N D O M I N I U M
TO: NATALIA V. ING AN INTEREST BY UNIT #133 OF GULF
DOLGOVA THROUGH, UNDER OR NOTICE OF ACTION TERRACE CONDO-
Legal # 100427 13-61 STROITELEY AGAINST MARK MINIUMS ACCORD-
STREET THOMAS ANDRESS are TO: Craig Falter ING TO DECLARA-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN the Defendants. I will sell Current address: Un- TION OF CONDO-
IN AND FOR 720083 to the highest and best known MINIUM OWNER-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, bidder for cash at Last known address: PRO. SHIP, RECORDED IN
FLORIDA CASE NO.: YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Shalimar Courthouse An- Box 1533 Fort Walton OFFICIAL RECORDS
2008 CA 00152 S an action for dissolution nex, Front door, 1250 Beach, Fl32549 BOOK 694, PAGE
of marriage has been Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, 742, OF THE PUBLIC
BRANCH BANKING filed against you and you FI 32579, at 11:00 am YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- RECORDS OF
AND TRUST COMPANYk are required to serve a on November 17, 2008, FIED that a Petition For O K A L O O S A
a North Carolina bank- copy of your written de- the following described Dissolution of Marriage COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ing corporation, senses, if any, to Matthew property as set forth in has been filed against AS AMENDED BY IN-
Plaintiff, A. Domboski, Petitioner, said Final Judgment, to you and that you are re- STRUMENT RE-
c/o Mark S. Rubin, Esq. wit: quired to serve a copy of CORDED IN OFFICIAL
v. RUBIN LAW FIRM, 173 your response or plead- RECORDS BOOK
NE Eglin Parkway Fort LOT 37, BLOCK A, IN- ing to the Complaint 742, PAGE 916 OF
MICHAEL L. IOVIENO; Walton Beach, Florida DIAN BAYOU UNIT V, upon the Petitioner's at- THE PUBLIC RECORDS
UNKNOWN SPOUSE 32548, on or before De- ACCORDING TO PLAT torney, GEORGIA OF OKALOOSA
OF MICHAEL L. member 12, 2008, and THEREOF AS RECORDED THOMAS, 111 SE Ferry COUNTY, FLORIDA,
IOVIENO; LAGUNA file the original with the IN PLAT BOOK 10, Road, Suite B, Fort Wal- AND REFORMED BY
LANDING DEVELOP- clerk of this court at the PAGE 62 AN 63, PUB- ton Beach, Florida ORDER DATED AU-
MENT INCORPORATED, Okaloosa County Court- LIC RECORDS OF 32548, and file the origi- GUST 25, 1975 IN
a Florida Corporation; house Annex, 1250 N. OKALOOSA COUNTY nal response or pleading CASE NO. 75-1049,
PELICAN ISLE CONDO- Eglin Parkway Shalimar FLORIDA. in the office of the Clerk GREAT AMERICAN
MINIUMS OWNERS AS- FL 32579, before service of the Circuit Court, or PROPERTIES FLOR-
SOCIATION, INC., a on Petitioner or immedi- Any person claiming an before December 1, IDA, INC. VS. GULF
Florida not-for-profit cor- ately thereafter. If you interest in the surplus 2008. If you fail to do TERRACE CONDO-
poration; and UN- fall to so so, a De- form the sale, if any, so, a Default Judgement MINIUM ASSOCIA-
KNOWN PARTIES IN fault will be entered ohter than the property will be taken against you TION, INC., TO-
POSSESSION, against you for the owner as of the date of for the relief demanded GETHER WITH ALL OF
Defendants. relief demanded In the lis pendens must file a in the Petition. ITS APPURTENANCES
NOTICE OF SALE this petition, claim within 60 days af- ACCORDING TO THE
NOTICE OF SALE ter the sale. DATED at Shalimar, DECLARATION. THE
Copies of all court Okaloosa County, Flor- CO N DOMINIU M
.NOTICE IS HEREBY documents In this Don. W. Howard ida, this 13 day of Octo- BOOK 1, PAGES 6-7,
GIVEN that 1, Don W.. case, Including As Clerk of the Court ber, 2008. AND PAGES 64-65,
Howard, Clerk of the orders, are available By: Viki Jackson IN THE OFFICE OF
above-named Court, will at the Clerk of As Deputy Clerk DON W. HOWARD THE CLERK OF THE
on the 2nd day of De- Court's office. You CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT. TOGETHER
member, 2008 at 11:00 may review these Dated this 17 day of Oc- COURT WITH ANY AND ALL
a.m. at the front door of documents upon re- tober, 2008. By: Beth McDonald AMENDMENTS TO
the Clerk of Court Office quest. Deputy Clerk THE DECLARATION
at the Okaloosa County In accordance with the AND ANY UNDI-
Courthouse Annex, 1250 You must keep the American with Disabili- 10/25/08 VIDED INTEREST IN
N. Eglin Parkway, Clerk of the Circuit ties Act, person needing 11/01/08 THE COMMON ELE-
Shalimar, Florida 32579, Court's office notified a reasonable accommo- MENTS OR APPURTE-
offer for sale and sell at of your current ad- dation to participate in NANCES THERETO.
public outcry to the high- dress. (You may file the proceeding should, Legal # 100432
est and best bidder or Notice of Current no later than seven (7) has been filed against
bidders for cash the fol- Address, Florida Su- days prior, contact the Notice of sale you and you are required
lowing described real preme Court Ap- Clerk of the Court's disa- Pursuant to state law, a to serve a copy of your
and personal property sit- proved Family Law ability coordinator at sale will be held at Al written defenses, if any,
uated in the county of Form 12.915.) Future 8506517497, 1250 N Crestview Mini Storage on or before December
Okaloosa, the state of papers In this law- EGLIN PKWY SUITE 544 W. James Lee Blvd. 12, 2008, on Florida De-
Florida, pursuant to the suit will be mailed to A114, SHALIMAR FL, Cresview FL 32539 on fault Law Group, RL.,I
Summary Final Judgment the address on rec- 32579. if hearing im- 11/8/08 at 9:00 A.M. Plaintiff's attorney or im-
of Foreclosure and Sale ord at the clerk's of- paired, contact (TDD) The following units will mediately thereafter; oth-
entered in a case pend- fice. 8009558771 via Florida be sold: erwise a default will be
ing in said Court, the Relay System. entered against you for
style of which is listed WARNING: Rule A1/B4 Kenneth Stewart the relief demanded in
above, to wit: 12.285, Florida Fam- Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. 507 Amos St Crestview the Complaint or petition.
ily Law Rules of Pro- Attorneys for Plaintiff 32536
Unit 413 of Pelican Isle cedure, requires cer- 2901 Stirling Road, Suite B14 Shakeisha Canady WITNESS my hand and
Condominium, together tain automatic dis- 300 232 E. North Ave Crest- the seal of this Court on
with covered parking closure of documents Fort Lauderdale, Florida view 32536 this 28 day of Octo-
spaces 24 and 25, ac- and Information. 33312 B16 Kim Worthington ber,2008
cording to the Declara- Failure to comply Telephone 3057704100 4669 Georgia Ave
tion of Condominium can result In sanc- Fax: 3056532329 Crestview 32539 Don W. Howard
dated October 9, 2002, tons, including dis- C5 Christina Blackstone Clerk of the Court
(the Declaration") re- missal or striking of 10/25/08 1400 N. 5th Ave. Na-By:Beth McDonald
corded in Official Rec-pleading. 11/01/08 ples FL 34102 As Deputy Clerk
words Book 2387, Page eadin C6 Pearl Mckay 206
1010, of the Public Rec- Dated October 28, 2008 Oglesby Ave. Crestview Florida Default Law
ords of Okaloosa CLERK OF THE COURT LEGAL # 100429 32536 Group, PL. P.O. Box
County, Florida, together By: Beth McDonald C11/C12 Carolyn Bu- 25018 Tampa, FloridaB
with all of its appurte- Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF SALE ford 2017 Hanover Pike 33622-5018
nances according to the Hampstead, MD 21074
above described Declara- 11/01/08 In accordance with Flor- C15 Tina West Fall Ad- IMPORTANT
tion. 11/08/08 ida Statutes, Dansher dress unknown In accordance with the
11/15/08 Mini Warehouses, lo- C17 Ona Hill 4734 Americans with Disabili-
At the time of the sale the 11/22/08 cated at 1110 N. Ferdon Meadow Lake Dr. Crest- ties Act, persons with dis-
successful high bidder Blvd., in Crestview, Flor- view 32539 abilities needing special
shall post with the clerk a ida will offer for sale to C18 Ruben Nelson Ad- accommodation to partic-
deposit equal to five per- Legal# 100428 the highest bidder the dress unknown, ipate in this proceeding
cent (5%) of the final bid household and other should contact Court Ad-
or one($1,000.0 t)housan d dollawhichever COURTOFTHE CIRCUIT goods stored in the be- 11/01/08 ministration at 101 James
($1,000.00), whichever COURTOFTHEFIRST low listed units of 11/05/08 Lee Boulevard East Crest-
is less. The balance of the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Dansher Mini Ware- view, FL, 32536-3515;
final bid shall be paid to FLORIDA IN AND houses. Said goods are Leal # 100434 telephone number
the clerk within FOR OKALOOSA to be sold to recover the telephone(850)689-5000, Exten-umber
twenty-four (24) hoursaf- COUNTY CASE NO. rents not paid by the ten- IN THE CIRCUIT sion 7497, prior to the
ter het sale Th e success- 07-CA-003480 t sion 7497, prior to the


ul highbidshal be ex- ...... - ..COURT OFTHEFIRST
clusie Q rks CENTRAL MORTGfAqErUn w BO45 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
plus.e4prk's reg- AND F-Un.m 64 AND "'
istry fee and documen- MPIi Mary Buncly OKALOOSA
tary stamps on the certifi- Pliantiff, 3705 Powder Mills Rd. COUNTY FLORIDA
cate of title. In the event vs, Summersville, Ky 42782 C IVIL ACTION CASE
of a third-party successful CIVIL ACTION CASE
Sth s SHAYNAWOODet.al.NO.: 46-CA-004224
bid amount, the clerk's SHAYNA WOOD et. al Unit # C044 DIVISION: FILE
registry and any and all Defendants. Diane Hurst NO.:F08062580
documentary stamps on 3178 Old Place Rd. N.F062
the Certificate of Tile. NOTICE OF FORECLO- Laurel Hill, FI 32567
SURE SALE H 3 CHASE HOME F
WITNESS my hand and Unit#A016 Plaintiff,
seal of said Court this 16 NOTICE IS HEREBY PamThomasson laintiff,
day of October, 2008. GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Pa TV masson
nal Judgment of Foreclo- Crestview, FI32539 vs.
d . daredvOcwoFlr253


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the County Court
By: Auita Cantrall
Deputy Clerk

10/25/08
11/01/08

Legal # 100427

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 08-DR5707

IN RE : THE MARRIAGE
OF
MATTHEW A.
DOMBOSKI
Petitioner/ Husband,

and

NATALIA V. DOLGOVA,
Respondent/ Wife.


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Judicial Circuit in and for
Okloosa County, Florida,
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PANY is a Plaintiff and
SHAYNA L. WOOD
A.K.A SHAYNA L.
ANDRESS IF LIVING
AND IF DEAD, THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY THROUGH, UN-
DER OT AGAINST
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LIVING, AND IF DEAD
THE UNKNOWN
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PRO. Box 2000
Crestview, Fl. 32536
The sale shall take place
November 10, 2008, at
9:00 A.M., at the
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house.

10/25/2008
11/01/2008

Legal # 100430

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
08-DR-3241

IN RE: THE MARRIAGE
OF:
CYNTHIA FALTER
Petitioner/ Wife,


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DAINIUS PAZERA
A/K/A DANIUS
PAZERA, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: DAINUS PAZERA
A/K/A DANIUS PAZERA

LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 4000 Gulf Ter-
race Drive #133
Destin, FL 325410000

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: GINTARE
BALCIUNAITE
4000 Gulf Terrace Drive
#133
Destin, FI 325410000

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in


proceeding.or nShalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

11/01/2008
11/08/2008

LEGAL # 120105

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-00
4985 DIVISION: FILE
NO: F08074452

WELLS FARGO
BANK, NA SUCCES-
SOR BY MERGER TO
WELLS FARGO HOME
MORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

VIRGINIA LYNN EM-
ERY A/K/A VIRGINIA
L. EMERY, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: MARK P. EMERY

LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 514 SURREY
STREET FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 32547

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES


MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
ALL THAT CERTAIN
LOT, PIECE OR PAR-
CEL OF LAND, SITU-
ATE, LYING AND BE-
ING IN THE COUNTY
OF OKALOOSA,
STATE OF FLORIDA,
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS, TO-WIT: LOT
3, BLOCK C, FIRST
ADDITION TO WIN-
THROP PLACE, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT FILE THEREOF
IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGE 11, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
O K A L O O S A
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before Dec. 5,
2008, on Florida Default
Law Group, RL.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 21 day of October,
2008.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
Group, PL. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone num-
ber(850)689-5000, Ex-
tension 7497, prior to
the proceeding, or
Shalimar (850)651-7497

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

10/25/2008
11/01/2008

LEGAL # 120106
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE:
WEST FL TRUCK SERV-
ICE INC gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehi-
cles on 11/26/2008,
9:00 am at 1305 Hwy
90 West Holt, FL.
32564, pursuant to sub-
section 713.585 of the
Florida Statues. WEST FL
TRUCK SERVICE reserves
the right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.
JDB4B1 KOV7004653
1997 GMC BOX VAN
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11/01/2008
Legal #100432

NOTICE OF SALE

The property described
below stored at EZ Stor-
age, 150 Old Milligan
Rd., Crestview, FL, (Go
1.2 miles west on Hwy
90 from Hwy 85) phone
850-398-2990, will be
sold by auction at above
address starting at 9:00
a.m. on November 22,
2008 to recover unpaid
storage fees. Properties
of Mike Sipos, Thomason
Pump Service, Pamela
Metcalf, Rhonda Lumley,
Edward Allen Wilcher,
Taureen Kennard Siler,
Shannon J. Hart, Crest-
view Irrigation & Land-
scaping, Patricia Carpen-
ter, List of contents:
Misc. household and/or
business goods.
Cash only, 10% buyer's


premium. Jerry Duncan,
American Eagle Auc-
tions, AB333, AU527

11/01/08
11/08/08
11/15/08


LEGAL #120104

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE
NO.2008-CP1081

IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIE D. HUTCHIN-
SON,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS


FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)


The administration of the YEARS OR MORE AF-
estate of Willie D. Hutch- TER THE DECEDENT'S
inson, deceased, whose DATE OF DEATH IS
date of death was May BARRED.
20, 2008, is pending in The date of the first publi-
the Circuit Court for cation of this notice is:
Okaloosa County, Flor- October 25, 2008.
ida, Probate Division, the
address of which is the CAROLYN LeBOEUF At-
Circuit Court for torney for Personal Repre-
Okaloosa County, Flor- sentative Florida Bar No.
ida, Probate Division, the 362409 909 East Park
address of which is the Avenue Tallahassee, Flor-
Okaloosa County Court- ida 32301 Telephone:
house, 101 E. James Lee (850)222-2000
Blvd., Crestview, Florida
32536. The names and BEVERLY BESS Personal
addresses of the personal Representative 106
representative and the Oglesby Road Crestview,
personal representative's Florida 32536
attorney are set forth be-
low. 10/25/2008
All creditors of the dece- 11/01/2008
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedent's estate, on
whom a copy of this no- 21i00
tice is required to be
served, must file their For Sale to good homes:
claims with this court 2 Black Toy Poodles
WITHIN THE LATER (Males) 2 mo. old. Have
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER shots and tail docked.
THE TIME OF THE Call 398-5633


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Firewood $60. for 1/2
ton pick-up U-haul 1 ton
load 1 haul. $120. +
extra for long trips.
850-652-4703
Firewood for Sale: Pick
up or delivery available.
Call 398-1169


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SALE:
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up or delivery Call
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NfEW uloAY

WANTED Firewood,
seasoned,split, delivered,
stacked. Taking bids for
best price. 683-1305




A Brand Name King Pil-
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Classifieds


Crestview News Bulletin I B9


All Brand New Queen
Pillowtop Set. In plastic
w/warrr. $165. Delivery
available 850-255-3050
Bed A 100% all new Full
size mattress set in plastic
w/warranty. $119.00.
850-471-0330


3230
Crestview
YARD SALE
6110 Blueberry
Lane
Sat. 7am ?
Toddler boy clothing,
household & misc items.


NEW rOAY

Holt
Neighborhood
YIrd Sale
Sat. Nov 1st am -lpm
4050 Cooper Lane
Household items, clothes,
tools, fumiture, Etc.!


| 3280
Kubota L3130 Tractor
w/loader LA 723 & 6'
Box blade. Sod forks
$11,500. call 689-3676
or 546-1462


3290
Walk In Bath Tub. New
still in box, includes eve-
rything you need. Top of
the line. Paid $6800 will
sacrifice for $3500
240-3273




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




Food Service/Hospitality -
Cracker Barrel of
Crestview Now Hiring all
positions Nights Week-
ends EOE 682-8804 Ap-
ply anytime.


NEW TOAY

Health & Beauty
Shear Attitude has
spaces available.In a spa
like environment, stylist,
barbers, nail tech. estheti-
cian. New location
423-7704
Insurance

A Terrific
Opportunity!
Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
$100,000+ Earning Po-
tential, Benefits, Pension,
401 (k), BCBS Insurance.
Call 1-800-257-5500.
Medical/Health

MicroSpine
The leader in Minimally
Invasive Spinal Surgery is
seeking full & part time
Medical Records
Specialists
Exp necessary. Fax your
resume to Administration:
850-892-4123 or email
admin@microspine.net or
mail to: Attn. Adminis-
tration, 101 Microspine
Way, DeFuniak Springs,
FL 32435.
Need Live In Home
Health Care:
Nurse/Care Giver
Needed. Full Time live in
24 Hrs. 7 days a week
position. (Baker Florida)
to care for a 68 yr old
women that is physically
OK but has wondering &
mental issues. This is a
long term position, must
have a caring heart, ex-
perience and references.
Room & Board Transpor-
tation & Salary. Please
call William or Glenda @
305-6022 or 978-2978

for a Medical Assisant or
LPN for an Allergy Clinic
in Crestview. Fax resume
to 1904-339-9991.



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

Crestview
Available
Immediately
Warehouse unit fo rent
at 100 N Lloyd St,
Crestview. Unit
25'x40 (1000 sq ft)
with 12'x14' Roll-up


Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
Crestview, FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Crestvlew Nice 1 & 2
bd Apartments. $500. -
$550. mo. +dd some
utility's, no pets.1 yr
lease. 978-8274
Holt New Apt. For Rent
- 2br, 2ba w/ Stainless
Appls. Walk-in closet in
M.Br. Handi- capped
Friendly. Lots of Storage.
Carport. On Cooper Ln.
$700 mo 537-4094,
902-3660, 758-7361





NEW .T/OAY
Crestview- 3 br '2.5
ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart.
Pets ok. $800 mo. 1st
month free! 496-1712



2, 3 & 4 BR Houses &
Trailers for rent. Call
830-2061 or 682-4070
Baker, 3br, lba + 6 ac-
res. As is, you maintain.
$650. Call
850-217-8209
Crestview 3BR/1BA
462 Savage St. call
682-3931
Crestview S of 1-10.
Quiet Neighborhood.
3br, 2ba, 2cg, breakfast
nook, fenced back yard
1500+sf, $925 mo +
dd. Pets ok. 537-8509 or
582-1138
Crestview '2 & 3 bd,
stove and ref. included,
washer & dryer hookup.
$600 mo.+dd. Section 8
ok. call 850-255-1917
or 689-6647


NEW f/oAY

Crestview
2/1 Duplex
freshly painted, $600
mo, $600 DD, pets ok
with additional deposit,
682-7731 Mon-Fri


NEW TODAY

Crestview
3/1 Duplex
New carpet / freshly
painted, $700 mo, $700
DD, pets OK with addi-
tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri
Crestview 3b 2ba gar-
age CH/A. 1872 Aplin
Rd. $800. mo +dd. No
pets 1 yr. lease.
978-8274


NEW TO00AY

Crestview- Countryview
4 br, 2 ba, built in 2004.
ONLY $900mol Call
Jenny at Pelican Real Es-
tate 315-0972
Defuniak Springs
Lakefront
House for Rent
Waterfront lbr 1.5ba
furn with carport.
$650/mo. Call
902-0210 for more
info.
FWB- 3br, 2 ba Newer
construction house w/
fenced yard available for
lease Oct. 1st. Great lo-
cation to both bases.
Terms negotiable. $1200
mo. Call 850 699-2189
Holt Home for Rent/
Sale, Owner Financing.
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 tno 537-4094,
902-3660, 758-7361
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credit needed No Banks
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RENTALS
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$475, 2 br, 1 ba
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* 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


door. $439/month, tax All Properties require a
& garbage fee incl. credit check, 1 yr lease,
Please call no inside smoking. Pet
850-689-1180 for fees are non- refundable.

For Lease 1650 SF, 682-6156
1510 SF & 3500 SF
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$450mo includes all utils
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MH's $450 -550/mo $159,900. Great Room,
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
High School Cross
Country
Crestview at County
Meet, at Rocky Bayou, TBA

Tuesday
High School
Volleyball
TBA at Baker, Region
quarterfinals, 7 p.m.

Girls High School
Soccer
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, JV 5 p.m./V 7 p.m.

Volleyball districts
Baker defeated Pensacola
Christian in five games on
Thursday night to win the
District 1-2A championship
at Jay.
Laurel Hill is headed to the
Class 1 A playoffs after a run-
ner-up finish in the District 1-1 A
tournament. The Hoboes, the
tournament host, fell against
John Paul II Catholic in the
championship match Thursday.
Creslview fell in five games
against Pine Forest on Tuesday
in the District 1-5A quarterfinals
at Escambia.
Baker will host a regional
quarterfinal Tuesday. Laurel Hill
will hit the road for.a regional
quarterfinal Wednesday.

Friday football
updates
Log on to www.crest-
viewbulletin.com for recaps
of the Crestview-Milton and
Baker-Vernon football games
scheduled for Friday night.

Heavy Hitters
12U Baseball
The Heavy Hitters 12U
baseball team will hold tryouts
Nov. 15 from 9 a.m.-11
a.m. at the Baker Area Youth
Complex.
Players who turn 1 3 before
May 1, 2009 are not eligible.
For more information call 902-
6237 or 496-6235.

Football tryouts
The Crestview Thunderbirds
semi-pro football team will hold
tryouts today from 3 to 5 p.m.,
Nov. 15 from 9 to 11 a.m.,
and Dec. 13 from 3 to 5 p.m.
Tryouts are at Old Spanish
Trail Park. Wear shorts, shirt
and cleats if possible. Contact
Coach Taylor at 305-2317 or
e-mail coach@crestviewthun-
derbirds.com with any ques-
tions. Players should be 18 or
older. The team will compete in
the Premier Football League.

Crestview
Basketball
The Crestview Parks and
Recreation Department is
continuing registration for the
upcoming basketball leagues.
Leagues are open for chil-
dren ages 5-12. The depart-
ment will also take names of
those ages 13-15 to determine
if there is enough interest for a
league.
Cost is $60 for those living
inside Crestview city limits and
$65 for those outside the city,
and includes shirt and shorts the
players will keep.
Each player is guaranteed
at least a quarter of playing
time in each game.
Opening day is set for Dec.
6. A draft will be held Nov.
15. If your child isn't returning
to their team from last year he
or she should attend the draft at
Twin Hills Park Gym.
There won't be a draft
for the 5&6 Pee Wee Coed
League. Recreation staff will
make team assignments.
The remaining draft sched-
ule is as follows: Training
League Girls 7-9, 11 a.m.;
Training League Boys 7-9,
12:30 p.m.; Varsily Boys 13-
15, 2 p.m.; Junior Varsity Girls
10-12, 3:30 p.m.; Jr. Varsity
Boys 10-12, 5 p.m.; Varsity
Girls 13-15. TBA.


Davidson's Tyler Henderson runs the ball on a quarterback keeper against Richbourg.


Panthers prevail in last DMS-RMS football matchup


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It was a football game for the ages when Rich-
bourg took on Davidson in middle school action at
Jack Foster Stadium on Thursday.
Next year Richbourg Middle School will be no
more, making way for the new Shoal River Middle
School. The Roadrunners were hoping to go out with
a final win over the Panthers.
It wasn't to be as Jaylynne Robinson scored two
touchdowns to lead Davidson to a 24-14 victory.
The Panthers (5-3) led 24-0 heading into the fourth
quarter before the Roadrunners (2-6) scored a pair
of touchdowns in the last 2:33 to pull within ten.
"It feels great," Panther coach Chris Small said
after the win. "This is what the kids came out and
wanted to do.
"We knew we were facing a good ball club, and we
played great against a good football team."
Roman Donofro scored the final touchdown in
Roadrunner history on a 9-yard pass from Justin
Rebholtz with 4.2 seconds to play. Jonathon Buck-.
elew scored the final points for Richbourg on a two-
point conversion pass from Rebholtz.
The Panthers wasted no time in scoring on their
first possession after forcing the Roadrunners to a
three-and-out.
Quarterback Tyler Henderson completed three
passes on the drive for 57 yards. All of the comple-
tions were to Demtrice Smith.
The duo first teamed up on a 36-yard pass. Next
was a pass covering 12 yards. They finished off the
drive with a pitch and catch of nine yards.
Robinson added the 2-point conversion
The yards the Panthers didn't gain through the
air, Henderson gained on the ground, running for 12
yards on four carries.
Davidson needed just two plays to score its sec-
ond touchdown three minutes into the second quar-
ter.
The Panthers recovered a Richbourg lateral at
the Roadrunner 33-yard line. Henderson gained 13
yards on first down. A 10-yard penalty was tacked on
the end of the run to set up a first-and-goal at the
10. Robinson scored on the next play to make it 14-0.
Henderson hit Angel Perez for the 2-point conver-
sion to make it 16-0.
Robinson and Stephen Frye were a potent one-
two punch as the Panthers drove 79 yards to another
score on their first drive of the second half.
Frye gained 29 yards on three carries. Robinson
had 49 yards on carries of 44 and five yards.
The 5-yard run was good for a touchdown. When
Kyle Koontz hit Henderson with a pass for the 2-point
conversion it seemed the Roadrunners might not be
able to climb out of the deep hole.
Adding to Richbourg's woes: starting quarterback
Tate Sweatt was injured late in the second quarter,
forcing Rebholtz to move from fullback to quarter-
back.
Just when it seemed as if the Roadrunners would
be shut out in their last game, they rallied for a final
curtain call in the last six minutes.
Dalvin Allen ripped off runs of 11 and 16 yards.
Rebholtz completed a pass of 23 yards to Buckelew.
An 8-yard strike to Marcus McBeth put the Roadrun-


* '-- T ,---


Kevin Siler carries the ball for Richbourg as a
Davidson defender closes in.

ners inside the Davidson 10.
Fittingly, it was Allen who scored from three yards
out with 2:33 to go.
At the time it looked as if Allen's score would be
the last for the Roadrunners, but they rallied again
for the score in the closing seconds.
"The last four or five games we've come out and
started battling," Richbourg coach Chris Sweatt
said. "We have nine guys that had never played foot-
ball starting for us and to play Davidson, Lewis and
Bruner it was tough out of the gate.
"I think the last three games we showed what
Richbourg's all about even though the final score
doesn't show it. Davidson has some good players and
coaches, and we knew that coming in we had to play
a good game."
Allen finished with 39 yards on eight carries. Dan-
zel Ware led the team with 49 yards on eight carries.
Rebholtz was 3-of-6 passing for 39 yards. He also
had eight yards rushing.
Robinson sparked the Davidson attack with 104
yards rushing on just seven carries. Frye had 69
yards on 10 carries. Henderson carried the ball six
times for 31 yards to go along with his 57 yards pass-
ing.
Justin Morgan had an interception for Richbourg.
Terryn Williams recovered a fumble.
Richbourg defensive cooridnator Ryan Gillis also
said Ware, Derrick Steele, Rebholtz, Billy Fleming,
Jerrod Miller, Allen and Kevin Siler played well.
Small noted Henderson, Jimmy Croussare, Rob-
inson, Cole Matthews and Chasen Holt turned in
good defensive efforts for the Panthers.

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


GOLF TIPS

from the pro

Jeff Marks
As toldto Randy Dickson

This is the time of year
when the days get shorter
and the weather gets cooler.
Fortunately for golfers in
Northwest Florida conditions
rarely get too cold to go out
and take in a round on the
links.
As temperatures dip unto
the lower
S60s and
m lower, it's
also a time
when every-
one needs to
take a few
extra minutes
JEFF MARKS to make sure
they stretch
properly before teeing off.
In this week's Golf Tips
From the Pro, Heritage
Plantation PGA teaching pro
Jeff Marks discusses some
good stretching exercises for
golfers of every age and body
type.
Whether you are young or
old, once it gets down in the
40s, 50s or even lower 60s it's
a good idea to stretch out your
back to avoid an injury.
You can use a golf cart to
get your back and shoulder
loose.
I'm going to cross my left
leg over my right leg, grab
the golf cart with my left hand,
place my right hand on top of
the cart and pull with my right
hand.
'. h ki at 1ll do is give a
good stretch of the rib cage,
the shoulders and lower back
to loosen up. Then you want
to switch around and do that
the other way. I do that before
each round. Flexibility is a big
key to avoid injury in any sport
and will help your range of
motion.
Using a club (in the small
of the back) is both good and
bad. I've seen people grab a
club and twist back and forth
moving their waist, shoulders
and legs. That's not good be-
cause there is no resistance.
What you want to do is
keep your trunk and lower
body still and then rotate your
upper body slowly against
your lower body.
Another great idea is
to take a few clubs, or a
weighted club if you have one,
and make some swings wide
and slow. You want to take
the clubs back nice and slow
and nice and wide and hold
the swing at the top for a count
of five and then come down
very slowly. You'll get the same
results as you do with a golf
cart stretch.
To avoid back injuries,
which seem to be so prevalent
in October and November,
a good exercise is to lie on
the ground, bend your knees
and pull your knees up to your
chest. Hold it for a count of five
and then release it nice and
slow.
That's a great way to get
the lower back loose.
While you are down there
you can take your left leg and
go across your right, and then
take your right arm and reach
as far as you can and try to
stretch.
You don't want to do too
much before starting a round of
golf, but anything you can do
to loosen up your lower back
and quad area will help.
You also can do a lunge
by keep your back foot on
the ground and your front foot
on the ground and pushing
forward slowly and going as
far as you can. Come up and
then go with the leg,
I'm not a great expert on
physical fitness, but these are
a few exercises that physical
therapists have shown me in
the past.

If you have a golf question
for Jeff Marks e-mail it to News
Bulletin Sports Editor Randy
Dickson at randyd@creslview-
bulletin.com. Or you can mail
to: Randy Dickson 295 W
James Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536.


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