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Caring facility


nears completion


Volunteers and

donations form backbone

of revitalized program


March to raise
money for
Cystic Fibrosis

A4



Crestview, Baker
youth teams in
playoffs
B3


WEATHER
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Sunshine.
Highs in the low 80s and
lows in the mid 40s.
Sunrise 6:05 a.m.
Sunset 4:54 p.m.


TABLE OF
CONTENTS
WEATHER .......................... A2
ARTS ........................ A3
OPINION ....................... A6
SPORTS ............................ B1
BUSINESS ................... B4-B6
CLASSIFIEDS .................. B8

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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
FUTURE PRESIDENTS: Antioch Elementary students Megan Slaughter, Abby
Philpott, Erin Philpott and Hunter Morris put their presidential "platforms"
up against those of Barack Obama and John McCain.


president


Antioch Elementary students
explained what they would
do if they became president
of the United States.
If I became president I would help
our country. I would help have low gas
prices and have taxes $1. I would be
nice. I would let people see the White
House.. I would help America be the
best. I would help poor people get a
place to live. I would make signs for
people to vote. I would make more
laws. Better ones. I would keep Amer-
ica safe. I would help government. I
would make middle schools and high
schools have Saturday a day for school
too. It would be the best job in the
world!!!
Hunter Morrison

If I became president I would make
everyone stop smoking, because that
is serious. I would make everything
free for our health, and for our needs.
I would make kids go to school every
day for their own good. I would teach
everyone about Jesus and God and
Mary too. I will help the poor. I would
give lots of money to charity. I would
help the people that have nothing by
giving lots of food, toys and all they
need. If people are blind I would give
them some eye dogs for free. I would
spend money for people to go to col-
lege. I would make new clothes. If I
were president I would make your life
better by doing my job. If I were presi-
dent I would make everyone that is
rich give money to the poor. I would be


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from Tuesday's general
election. Pick up the
Nov. 8 edition of
the Crestview News
Bulletin for more
election coverage.

everyone's friend. I would make peo-
ple stop carrying guns around. I would
be at people's birthday parties even if I
am busy. I would do anything that you
need to live like give you water and
lots of other things like a house. Would
you vote for me for president?
Mean Slaughter
If I became president I would lower
gas prices to free! I would make a lot
more chocolate factories in the world.
If anybody wanted to visit the White
House I would let them. (But my se-
curity guards would have to check
them.) I would let my family, friends,
and their families live in the White
House with me. Would still get all the
I education I need from my Mom and
7 Dad. Being president would be really
cool but that's what I would do if was
president!
-AbbyPhilpott
If I became president I would make
this country better! I would make
See PRESIDENT A4


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The new Crestview Shar-
ing & Caring building is
coming closer to completion
thanks to community dona-
tions of materials, funds and
labor.
The building will provide
safe, sanitary and adequate
space to continue the organi-
zation's mission of providing
emergency food supplies to
the needy in our community.
The number of people
coming to the Sharing &
Caring is steadily growing
due to the current state of
the economy, the organiza-
tion reported.
A $2,000 grant (rather
than $90,000 previously re-
ported) has supplemented
in-kind donations of labor
and materials from the city,
a tremendous amount of la-
bor from the First United
Methodist Church Men's
Group and volunteers, the
help of a local contractor,
and the essential assistance
of the project engineer and
volunteer overall project
manager..
"The Sharing & Car-
ing Board of Directors is
sincerely indebted to all of
these people in getting the
project to the current stage,"
spokesperson Cynthia Hall
said.
Recently faced with an
immediate need for $8,000
to pay outstanding materials
bills associated with install-
ing electrical, plumbing and
HVAC in the organization's
new' building, a member
of its Board of Directors,
prayerfullyy decided to step
up with a substantial amount
of money to reduce the out-
standing construction mate-


rials bills," Hall said.
"This was not money that
she had to spare; it was a
sacrifice made because she
believes in the mission of the
Sharing & Caring with all
her heart," Hall said.
Though outstanding bills
have been reduced to $2,000,
additional funds and materi-
als are needed to complete
the building.
According to Hall, imme-
diate needs are donations of
baseboard materials, shelv-
ing units for the interior,
and landscaping materials
and labor to complete the
exterior grounds in order
to comply with building re-
quirements for parking and
erosion control.
Sharing & Caring recently
received $433 to go towards
construction materials from
Hall and Angie Stohecker,
who raised the money by
participating in the recent.
Seaside Community Yard
Sale.
"We would like to chal-
lenge other groups and
organizations to come up
with some innovative ways
to raise funds to help Shar-
ing & Caring finish out this
building," Hall said.
Hall stressed that all the
people who work at Sharing
& Caring are unpaid volun-
teers.
"Crestview Sharing &
Caring has no regular source
of income other than a small
monthly amount of funding
received through the Oka-
loosa Walton United Way,"
Hall explained.
"Without the continued
support of -the communi-
ties churches, businesses
and private citizens, we will
not be able to survive and
continue to serve those in
need."


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
GIVING BACK: The Sharing & Caring directors received
a donation of $433, raised by Cynthia Hall and Angie
Stohecker by selling their own air plants, driftwood ar-
rangements and hand-decorated gourd bowls at the
Seaside Community Yard Sale. From left to right, Hall,
Bonnie Boutwell, Robin Marston, Madge Timmons, Phyl-
lis Russ and Stohecker.


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Check it OUT


Lise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian

ADULT PROGRAMS
"Ceramics: Creation &
Celebration" will be present-
ed by Mercedes Rodgers for
the Dec. 2 First Tuesday
Lecture. The program starts
at 10:30 a.m., with coffee and
cookies served beginning at
10 a.m. Topics for 2009 may
be found on our library Web
site at www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm.
Join our knitting
and crochet group every
Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. For
more information e-mail
Rae Schwartz at bakery@
yahoo.com.

YOUTH PROGRAMS
Lap Sit, held in the
Story Room, is designed for
children under the age of 3
with their caregiver. Older
children are always wel-
come. Join us on specific
Tuesday at 10:15 a.m. for
stories, songs, and-finger-
plays. The theme Nov. 18 will
be "Thanksgiving"
Story Time is designed
for those who are at least 3
years old (unless accom-
panied by an older sibling)
and meets at 10:15 a.m. on
Wednesday and Thurs-
days in the Meeting Room
for stories and songs. After
the program, you and your
child may do a simple craft


together.
The theme today and
Thursday will be "Going
Ape." The theme Nov. 19 and
20 will be "Giving Thanks"
On one Monday af-
ternoon a month, children
ages 6 and up will put their
creative energy to work and
create Crafts From Around
the World. Children can
start their craft any time
after 3 p.m. but need to fin-
ish by 5 p.m. Parents are
welcome to visit once and
get a feel for the class, and
then enjoy the library! We'll
bring your child to you when
he/she finishes. Registration
at the front desk is required.
We need to know how many
crafts for which to prepare.
Attendees need only bring
themselves. Continuing with
our theme of traveling we
will be making a tribal mask
from Africa on Monday. If
there are any questions,
please feel free to call or ask
while you're registering your
child at the front desk.
One evening a month
come enjoy Family Library
Time, designed for families
with elementary and middle
school children.
The Nov. 13 event is a Full
Moon Indian Hunting Camp.
Relive the past with Blue
Heron (Wah-ka-chobee),
a Seminole/Creek Indian.
Farris Powell will present
a unique historical impres-
sion of the Seminole warrior
at the turn of the 19th centu-
ry. See history come to life in


this authentic 1830s hunting
camp the clothing, weap-
ons, tools, games, musical
instruments and food.
This authentic Southeast-
ern Indian hunting camp
program will be held outside
under the full moon at the
Crestview Robert L.F. Sikes
Public Library from 6 to 8
p.m. Park in the east 'park-
ing lot and follow the sounds
of the Native American flute,
played by Dale Palmer of the
local dulcimer music group
The Pelican Pickers. Sample
the Indian drink "Soffkee"
and pumpkin fry bread.
Bring blankets or lawn
chairs, and dress appro-
priately for the weather.
The program is designed
for school-aged children
through adult. In case of
rain the event will be held
next door in the Crestview
Community Center. If you


have any questions please
call the library at 682-4432.
Teen Time with the
Wii! is designed for ages 12-
18 only! Nintendo Wii will be
available for play on Friday
afternoons from 2 to 4 p.m.
Parents and family mem-
bers are welcome to hang
out and use the library, but
the Wii activities are only
available to teens. If you
have any questions, just ask
for Miss Janice.

STAFF PICKS
"The Kommandant's
Girl" by Pam Jenoff (Fic
Jen ). I liked this book be-
cause I love stories about
what happened to the civil-
ians during World War II.
This story starts out with
19-year-old Emma Bau. Just
three weeks into her mar-
riage, Poland is invaded.
Her politically outspoken
Jewish husband is forced
underground into the resis-
tance. Later, the resistance
whisks her away from the
ghetto to Krakow where she
is to work as a secretary for


a high-ranking Nazi official.
She must compromise ev-
erything she believes in to
gather intelligence for the
resistance. As the atroci-
ties intensify, so does her
relationship with the Kom-
mandant. She is in constant
turmoil about the double
life she is leading. Well-writ-
ten, and a fast page-turner, I
recommend this book for its
historical significance and
the humanity of its char-
acters. For me, it is one of
those books whose charac-
ters I miss when I am done
reading.
"Just Too Good to be
True" by E. Lynn Harris (CD
Fie Har). I liked this story be-
cause the author wove and
blended each character's
own story into one. Carmyn
Bledsoe is a single mother,
ardent churchgoer and a
successful business owner.
She devotes her life to her
son Brady. His dream is to
become a professional foot-
ball player. He, in turn, loves
and worships his mother,
goes to church, and even
joins a "Celibacy Circle" at
their church. He becomes a
contender for the Heisman
Trophy and has agents from
all over trying to sign him.
Various other lively charac-
ters come into play. Soon the
author has a wonderful novel
full of interesting characters
playing out the human condi-
tion. One of the main reasons
I enjoyed Harris's story is
the many life lessons we can


learn from and can apply to
our own lives.

REMINDERS
The Crestview Library
will be closed Nov. 11 in ob-
servance of Veterans' Day.
Regular hours will resume
on Nov. 12.
Due to the holidays
there will be no courier
service Nov. 24-28 and Dec.
22-Jan. 2. Therefore, no re-
serve requests will be deliv-
ered (for books, audios, and
movies) from other OCPLC
libraries. This applies to re-
quests made at the circula-
tion desk, by phone or online.
We apologize for any incon-
venience this may cause.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask
any staff member, Jean,
Sandra, Anna, Heather, Ma-
rie, Sengdara, Lise, Tracey,
Janice; Audrey or Sharon.

CONTACT US
Web: www.cityofcrest-
view.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive, Crestview, FL
32539 (behind the Crestview
Post Office)

QUOTE
"And in the end, it's not
the years in your life that .
count. It's the life in your
years." Abraham Lincoln.


Bonded Art exhibit displays


posters from 007 films


Special to the Crestview News Bulletin

A classic James Bond film's elegant
look starts before the pulsating rhythm
of the familiar James Bond
Theme and the world-recog-
nizable "gun barrel" opening FAR UPI FAI
motif filled the screen. aftMORloI
In the lobby, often months o007
before the film's release, IbS
posters bearing signature art-
work promote the impending
release of 007's latest cine-
matic adventure.
Bond poster art is a gor-
geous mixture of fantasy and '
excitement, with earlier art
generally rendered by some
of the world's most gifted
graphic artists. Graphic artists including
Robert McGinnis and Frank McCarthy.
The "Bonded Art" exhibit now at
the Crestview Public Library pres-


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Jazz vocalist Cheryl Jones joins
the Northwest Florida State College
Jazz Ensemble on Nov. 13 for an evening
of fun and classy jazz. At the Mattie Kel-


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ents just some of the beautiful, exciting
film posters created during the last 46 years
for James Bond adventures. It is culled
from the film poster collection of Crestview
News Bulletin writer and Arts
--- & Entertainment editor Brian
Hughes.
From 1962's Dr. No to this
month's Quantum of Solace,
enjoy this glimpse of the art-
istry of James Bond film post-
ers at the Crestview Public
: Library through December.
An opening reception will
be held Monday from 6 to 8
p.m., with refreshments and
clips of classic moments from
007 films. Call the library at
(850) 682-4432 for information.

What's your favorite James Bond film,
and why? Tell us at our Web site, www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


ly Fine & Performing Arts Center, free,
7:30 p.m.

Share your organization's arts events with
the news Bulletin readers. Send an e-mail to
brianh@newsbulletin.com, or call (850) 682-
6524.


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
DRAMA LLAMAS: The Baker School Drama Llamas theatre troupe will perform its
original skit, "The Adventures of Super Gator and Lois Llama," at Friday's
Homecoming pep rally.


Drama Llamas make season debut


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Baker School Dra-
ma Llamas theatre club
will make its season debut
at the school's Homecom-
ing pep rally Friday morn-
ing.
Teacher Roger O'Neal,


the club's director, said the
Llamas have written and
rehearsed a skit to con-
tribute to the rally, which
will also include performanc-
es by other Baker School
clubs and organizations.
"They have been work-
ing real hard on it," O'Neal
said.
The skit, titled "The


Adventures of Super Ga-
tor and Lois Llama," will
extol the heroic virtues of
the Baker Gators, O'Neal
said.
The troupe's next per-
formance will be on Dec. 17,
when the Drama Llamas
perform "Christmas Fol-
lies" at local assisted living
and nursing facilities.


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Crestview woman


supports powwow


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview resident Esin
Gershaw, an active mem-
ber of the local Toastmas-
ters International club, is
always on the lookout for
speaking opportunities.
Five years ago she
saw an ad in the Hurlburt
Field newspaper asking
for speakers to assist with
story telling at the annual
Thunderbird Intertribal
Powwow.
She jumped at the oppor-
tunity to learn more about
Native American culture,
a topic that had fascinated
her since her childhood in
her native Turkey.
She attended a meeting
and learned that the Indi-
ans were looking for volun-
teers to help with storytell-
ing and other activities.
"I said, 'I can help with
this'," Gershaw recalled
She has been involved
with the powwow ever
since. She even has her
own Native American re-
galia to augment her story
telling at the Hurlburt Field
Youth Center, libraries and
other venues.
Though not a Native
American, Gershaw has
been given special permis-
sion to wear the regalia that
enhances her storytelling.
"I am proud to wear it,"
she said.
This year's 21st annual
Thunderbird Intertribal
Powwow will be held this
weekend at the Mullet
Festival grounds in Nicev-
ille. The group anticipates
10,000 attendees this year.
Events begin Friday at 9
a.m. with a Children's Day,
followed by a grand entry
and intertribal dancing.
Powwow will be at 7 p.m.
Saturday's activities in-
clude a crafts competition


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews
Bulletin
NATIVE CLOTHES: Local
resident Esin Gershaw
plays an active role in
the Thunderbird Inter-
tribal Council. She has
special permission to
wear Native American
regalia to enhance her
storytelling during the
event.

and a special performance
by council members and
American Indians from all
over the nation. The Grand
Entry and Opening Cer-
emonies will be at 1 p.m.,
followed by intertribal exhi-
bition competition dancing.
Sunday begins with a
10 a.m. church service fol-
lowed by intertribal danc-
ing exhibitions by competi-
tion winners.
Admission is $2. www.
thunderbirdpowwow.org.


Kids march for cystic fibrosis


Day care

'mini-march'


raises money

BRIAN HUGHES
Crestview News Bulletin
682-65241 brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
What do Batman, Super-
man, Dorothy from "The
Wizard of Oz," Princess
Jasmine and Darth Vader
have in common?
Besides the obvious mov-
ie character connection,
they all marched around
their pre-school yard Hal-
loween afternoon to raise
money to fight cystic fibro-
sis.
The "mini-march," as
Shoal River Learning Cen-
ter administrators termed
it, was the culmination of
a morith of preparation,
including telling friends,
family and neighbors about
their goal. Individuals and
businesses agreed to spon-
sor participants to raise
money that went toward
fighting the disease.
"This is part of their


GREAT CAUSE: Youngsters at Shoal River Learning Center gathered for a group photo
before a "mini-march" to raise money for the fight against cystic fibrosis.


education," explained the
school's operations man-
ager, Regina Lang. "We
like to teach the kids about
other children who have
disabilities."


Part learning experi-
ence but all fun, the 3, 4
and 5-year-olds, dressed in
their Halloween finery. Af-
ter posing for pictures for
proud moms and dads, they


began their march around
the school yard.
"This is a big deal for
them," Lang said. "They
have been working hard to
get ready."


Baker homecoming

parade set for Friday


Special to the News Bulletin
Baker School is cel-
ebrating Homecoming
this week.
The Homecoming
parade will be held at
1:30 p.m. Friday.
The Gator foot-
ball team will take on
Rocky Bayou at 7 p.m.
Friday in the Homecom-
ing game.


"Spirit Days" at
the school include
"My Sports Team vs.
Your Sports Team"
(today), "Preppies vs.
Hippies" (Thursday)
and "Gators vs. Knights"
iFriday). Students are
reminded costumes
must conform to school
dress requirements.
Face painting is not ap-
propriate.


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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


Holt Volunteer Fire Department to host Fall Festival


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

With three chiefs, a captain, and
about 15 firefighters, the Holt Vol-
unteer Fire Department may be
small, but its service to the commu-
nity is tremendous.
Assistant Chief Timothy Mace
invites the public to come meet the
fire. department and its new chief,
Dave Brown, at its Fall Festival
community open house and fund-
raiser on Sunday.
"We try to do a lot of interaction
with the community and give back
to the community," Mace said.
At the festival families can let
their kids play on the Sparky the
Fire Dog bouncy house and meet
Sparky himself. Free games for the
kids will include a football throw,
basketball shoot, and fishing game.
"If it's warm enough, we have
one-inch hose lines that we'll
charge with water and let the little
ones pull it to see what we do,"
Mace said.
There will be a cakewalk, color-
ing contest, and of course, fireman
food including burgers and hot-
dogs.
"We have lots of gift baskets and
prizes for the children to raffle,"
Mace said.
"It's not just a fund raiser, but
it's also a chance to interact with
the firefighters and the community,
and meet the new chief," Mace con-
tinued.
He said the event is also a way to
educate the public about the depart-
ment's services and about fire safe-
ty, and to recruit more volunteers.


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trucks Food sales and gift
basket raffles benefit the Fire-
fighters' Fund and equipment
purchases. Call (850) 585-
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information.

Half of the money raised will
go toward the Firefighters' Fund,
which helps the volunteers buy food
for the elderly.
"We, help those who can't get
out and feed themselves during
Thanksgiving," Mace said.
The fund also benefits the fire-,
fighters' family events, morale
builders for a dedicated team that
receives no pay for its services.
The other half of the profits goes
to the department for gear such
as radios and other needed equip-
ment, Mace said.
"Fire Chief's Station" provides
updates from fire departments in
north Okaloosa County.


COMMUNITY SERVICE
Solider makes call
on VFW Ladies Auxiliary
THANKS: Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW
are photographed with Jimmy May, one
of our active duty military members,
thanking the Auxiliary for the prepaid
phone cards. Kneeling from left are
Liz Patti (Chaplain), Jimmy May and
Mary Brown (Past President). Standing
from left are Marjorie Jones (Jr. Vice)
Deborah Haddock (Past President),
Betty Brewer (Historian/Past President),
Lynn Mobley (President), Diane Bailey
(Guard), Quanita See (Condructress),
Margaret May (Sr. Vice) and Jan
Simpson (member). In back are Kelly
Green (Secretary/Patriotic Instructor),
Jan Davis (Treasurer) and Tammy Cottle.
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Wednesday, November 5, 2008


HUBBUB

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

Topic: Crestview City Council votes to re-
place Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce
logo on city welcome signs with the city crest.
Economy in ruins, budget cuts everywhere,
and our city councils votes to approve funds to
change the design of signs that have nothing
wrong with them to start with. Sad and shame-
ful.

Someone always has to whine about some-
thing. It's only $600 and it will make the signs
Crestview-specific, not Crestview Area Cham-
ber of Commerce-specific. The signs welcome
people to our town. If the Chamber wants to wel-
come people to the whole north end of the coun-
ty, there is plenty of space available for them to
erect their own signs. There's nothing "sad or
shameful" about having pride in our town and
welcoming visitors to it.

These signs are nice, but nobody seems to
remember where the money came from that
paid for them. The organization that donated the
money for these signs has yet to receive recog-
nition placed on the signs. The whole purpose
for this donation was to have signs erected at
the entrances to the City on Highways 85 and
90, welcoming motorists and at the same time
remembering the organization which paid for
them, The North Okaloosa Search and Rescue.

Topic: The Crestview High School band
marks its 701h year.
Congratulations to this excellent organization
on many years of hard work and outstanding
performances at home and around the nation.

Topic: First United Methodist Church cel-
ebrates 100 years in Crestview.
Happy birthday y'all! God bless you and keep
up the wonderful work you do in our community!

Topic: Bob Sikes Elementary celebrates its
50th anniversary.
How I remember my Bob Sikes days with
fondness! Those were great times. I can still
hear the buzzing flies we had no AC then
and taste the library paste. Thanks for the
memories.

Topic: Online readers debate the merits of
online voting.
VPNs are very safe, thus the word "private"
in the name. (An opponent's) statements that we
should count all votes does not seem to extend
to those that may not be voting Democrat.

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your
thoughts on any north Okaloosa County news
topic to kylew@crestviewbulletin.com, or post
your thoughts at www.crestviewbulletin.com.

Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"We in America do not have government
by the majority, we have government by
the majority who participate."

THOMAS JEFFERSON
(1743- 1826)
American statesman, president, and author of the
Declaration of Independence


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www.crestviewbulletin.com 1850.682.6524


JASON MOBLEY
General Manager
682-6524
jasonm@crestviewbulletin.com


The Crestview News Bulletin is dedicated to provide
accurate, fair and thorough news and information for and
about the residents of the Crestview and North Okaloosa
County. A cornerstone of the Crestview News Bulletin, a
Freedom Communications Inc. publication, is the vitality
of a philosophy that promotes freedom and individual rights
for all.
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served. No portion of the Crestview News Bulletin, includ-
ing articles, advertising and artwork may be reproduced in
whole or part without the permission of the publisher.


-


PASSING SHOTS



Extra election returns


Opinion pieces by Crest-
view News Bulletin staff
writers reflect the opinion
of the writer and do not
necessarily reflect the opin-
ion of the newspaper as a
whole.

North Okaloosa county
voters picked the winners in
18 to 20 contests (depending
on where you live) during
Tuesday's general election.
Visitors at the www.
crestviewbulletin.com Web
site got to cast their "vote"
in 11 more issues between
the primary election and
general election.
Let's take a break from
analyzing the returns from
Tuesday's vote to break
down some of our online
poll results.
Question: Was the
Crestview City Council
correct to transfer owner-
ship of the Alatex building
to Florida A&M Univer-
sity.
Result: An overwhelm-
ing majority (84 of 97) said
yes, and an overwhelm-
ing majority (66) of those
84 added, "what was the
holdup?" Eighteen of the
84 said the transaction was
the only way to bring the
proposed pharmacy school
to Crestview. Eight said the


city should have pushed
harder for a lease. Only two
were against the project in
general.
Analysis: The
people of Crestview
are very eager to ,
bring the FAMU r
campus to the city!
Question: Do you
support Amend-
ment 2? KYLE
Result: We got 58 (850)
responses. Twenty-
four (41 percent) said they
would vote in favor of the
amendment. Nineteen said
they would vote against it.
Thirteen were unfamiliar
with the amendment.
Analysis: I intentionally
neglected to explain what
Amendment 2 was when
posting the question on our
Web site. (Amendment 2
is the pro-marriage/anti-
gay marriage amendment,
depending on your point of
view). Almost all 13 of the
people who said they were
unfamiliar with the amend-
ment did so before the
pro-Amendment 2 rally in
Crestview brought attention
to the issue. So, if nothing
else, the rally did help the
people of Crestview become
familiar with the debate.
It's safe to assume more
than 41 percent of locals


voted in favor of the amend-
ment Tuesday.
Question: A Crestview
3 City Council vote
" resulted in no ac-
tion taken on a
request to revise
1 i a city ordinance
forbidding the sale
of alcoholic bever-
ages on city prop-
EWRIGHT erty.
)682-6524 Result: This was
the poll that got the
most attention. Sixty-six of
115 responders (57 percent)
were not pleased with the
decision. Fifty-six agreed
with the action (or, in this
case, lack of action).
Analysis: This poll is
not scientific enough to
say a majority of people
in Crestview support sale
of alcoholic beverages on
city property. This poll is
scientific enough to indicate
perhaps the issue should
be allowed to progress to a
public hearing the next time
it comes up (and it will).
Question: How will you
vote on the North Okaloo-
sa Fire District's second
attempt to get a charter
amendment proposal ap-
proved by voters
Result: Of 27 respond-
ees, 17 said they would vote
no, and three of those 17


had changed their minds
from 'yes' to 'no' since the
primary election. Ten said
they would vote 'yes.' Inter-
estingly, no one said they had
changed their opinion from
'no' to 'yes.'
Analysis: Barring an up-
set along the lines of Truman
defeats Dewey, it appears
the only way the NOFD was
going to win this vote was if it
publicly stated it would go out
of business if the amendment
did not pass. Even then, that
might not have been enough
to convince voters to approve
the measure, which would
have increased the fire tax
for most NOFD residents.
Question: Who will get
your vote in the presidential
election?
Result: As of Monday
morning, John McCain had
captured 67 percent of the
www.crestviewbulletin.com
"vote"
Analysis: The area leans
Republican at this time. In
related news, the sun comes
up in the east.

Kyle Wright is the News
Bulletin Editor. Contact
him at 682-6524, or e-mail
kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com. Visit the "Passing
Shots" blog at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


ASK THE ATTORNEY


Can't see the courthouse for all the...signs?


All the recent talk about
the new courthouse annex
to be constructed at the Fort
Walton Beach Fairgrounds
at an initial cost of $28 mil-
lion (not including total debt
service which is expected to
push the cost of the project
above $50 million) got me to
thinking about our humble
courthouse here in downtown
Crestview. .
A major impetus for the
construction of the new facil-
ity in Fort Walton Beach was
safety and the lack of security
at the existing Shalimar an-
nex. As an attorney I under-
stand the need for security
and keeping our courthouses-
secure and free of weapons
and those who might do oth-
ers harm. Therefore, I under-
stand the need to limit access
and screen visitors.
This was done in Crest-
view through the most eco-
nomical means available,
which was to limit entrance
to the courthouse to the north
side of the building, facing
James Lee Boulevard. This


CHS student
performs good deed
My name is Greg Porch and I am
one of the School Resource Officers at
Crestview High School.
I would like to nominate a 10th-grade
student by the name of Alexandria Per-
ez for doing a Good Deed on Oct. 30.
A student came to me after school
and advised me she had-left her cell
phone in a restroom on campus. When


Jason Mobley
General Manager
jasonm@ crestviewbulletin.com


Brian Hughes
Reporter
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com


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Kyle Wright
Editor
kylew@ crestviewbulletin.com


John Parrott, Mililtary News
okpublishing@
crestviewbulletin.com


Greg Allen Randy Dickson
Production Manager Sports Editor
greg@crestviewbulletin.com randyd@crestviewbulletin.com


system has been in
place for some time.
The good ladies
and gentlemen of
the Sheriff's Office
who staff the secu-
rity checkpoint do a
tremendous job of NI
ensuring efficient
processing of a sub- BO
stantial number of
visitors. They are
always attentive to their job
but never use their authority
to belittle or demean (an atti-
tude you are doubtless famil-
iar with if you have traveled a
path taking you through any
major airport hub in the last
fewyears).
It is precisely the welcom-
ing efficiency of the officers
manning the door that makes
the forbidding forest of
signage guarding the court-
house from all approaches
all the more conspicuous.
Did you know that there are
almost 40 signs commanding
or prohibiting conduct on the
southern lawn of the court-
house alone? Forty signs! If


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IOYLES


you include the signs
commanding or pro-
hibiting conduct on
the north side facing
James Lee Boule-
vard, there are over
60 signs directed at
pedestrians entering
or leaving the court-
house.


If an upright (and
overly eager) citizen
visiting the courthouse for the
first time were to read all of
the various signs command-
ing or proscribing conduct be-
fore entering the courthouse
and they were to do so at the
modest pace of four signs per
minute, they would spend
a full quarter hour reading
signs before ever opening the
door.
Perhaps you are read-
ing this and thinking... who
cares?
Well, maybe nobody. But
seriously, 60 signs to get us
in and out of the courthouse?
And Department of Transpor-
tation regulation road signs
at that? Most courthouse


LETTER TO THE EDITOR

she went back to retrieve it, it was
gone.
Too many times to count, items are
misplaced or lost, and the items are
never located or worse case scenario,
stolen.
In this case, Alexandria Perez found
the cell phone in question and turned it
in to administration. The rightful owner
was located and the cell phone was re-
turned.
For Alexandria's honesty and


visitors are now well trained
and know how to enter and
exit. For those that don't, a
handful of tasteful "Entrance
via north door only" signs
purchased at a pittance com-
pared to the $50 million price
tag for the new annex should
be more than sufficient. And
for those who still don't get
it, a quick tug on the locked
doors should do the trick (and
I pray you never drive).
Sixty road signs? That's
unsightly and redundant, not
welcoming or efficient.

Nathan D. Boyles, Attor-
ney at Law, practices at 204
N. Main St.; Crestview, FL
32536. He can be reached at
689-8505. His column will ap-
pear on the first Wednesday
of the month. This column
is intended for general edu-
cational and entertainment
purposes and is not legal
advice. Every situation is
unique. If you have a legal
issue you should contact
a lawyer, who can provide
counsel.


integrity, I nominate her for doing a
GOOD DEED.
Thank you.
CORPORAL G.W. PORCH
SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER
CRESTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL
EDITOR'S NOTE: Do you know of
someone who performed a good deed?
Tell us about them by sending an e-mail
to kylew@crestviewbuUlletin.com, or call
682-6524.


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Office Manager Graphic Artist
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Sales Manager Account Executive
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Wednesday, November 5, 2008


Education


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


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FROM THE
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OFFICE

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Between making the FHSAA
volleyball playoffs and hosting a
hugely successful College & Ca-
reer Night, Laurel Hill School has
had an exciting fall, according to


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Principal Susan
Lowrey-Sexton.
The Hoboes
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past Thursday.
LHS lost against SUSAN
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did qualify for the
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Lowrey-Sexton said she was
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"Kids can come and buy books
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said.
Like many of us, she recalls
standing like a kid in a candy shop
at school book fairs.
"I just never had all the money I
needed to buy all the books I want-
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"On Oct. 16 we had our College
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pressed her gratitude for the hard
work of Latrece Gulley and Ester
Molder from the University of West
Florida, who helped coordinate the
event, which was called, "Where
You Go from Here."
"We just had a ton of people
here," Lowrey-Sexton said.
Exhibitors included schools and
financial institutions such as Eglin
Federal Credit Union, Gulf Power,
UWF, and many more.
"We had a great turnout," Low-
rey-Sexton said, noting more than
80 students plus their parents
came to the school to investigate
after-graduation options.


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"I really want to thaiik the
people who helped us with the
College and Career Night," she
said.
Laurel Hill School's sec-
ondary students recently held a
Masquerade Ball as a fund raiser
for the group that will be going to
Washington, D.C., in the spring.
"They raised $650 toward the
trip," Lowrey-Sexton reported.

"From the Principal's Office"
appears in the News Bulletin on
Wednesday and provides up-
dates on schools in north Oka-
loosa County.


Antioch Elementary HONOR STUDENTS


A honor roll
1ST GRADE: Andersoh,
Mason / Bertling, Gracie /
Bohannon, Brittni / Bramlett,
Sage / Caldwell, Carson /
Chambliss, Caitlyn / Cheney,
Kaylee / Cooke, Isaiah /
Crumb, Daniel / Daugherty,
Emily / Davis, Nikolaus /
Groover, Jordyn / Kile, Erica /
Kim, Ju Hui / Nusbaum, Logan
./Reyes, Dheaven /Thompson,
Madison / Thursby, Logan /
Tofte, Elizabeth / Windham,
Allyson / Zanfardino, Bella.
2ND GRADE: Allen, Logan
Chadwick / Bicknell, Rylee
/ Blum, Audrey / Brammer,
Anna-Grace / Daluz, Claria
/ Fuszner, Jadyn / Johnson,
Kailey / Kempski, Elizabeth
/ Kendrick, Joycelyn / Klose,
Jen-Yi / LaRue, Rani /
Maharaj, Madison / Mensen,
Marisa / Meredith, Zacchari /
Merwin, Lizzy / Moore, Jahara
/ North, Madison / Patterson,
Elena / Staples, Jonathan /
Stutler, Jordan / Syed, Zuhair
/ Tiller, Frank / Tofte, Zach /
Triplett, Lee.
3RD GRADE: Anchor,
Sarah / Geier, Julia / Philpott,
Abby / Philpott, Erin / Pierce,
Miranda / Scheer Martinez,


Sandra / Schwieg,.Everett.
4TH GRADE: Grois,
Gabriella / Kelsey, Hannah /
Stegner, Quinn.
5TH GRADE: Allen, Parker
/ Anchor, Thomas / Balazs,
Erika / Calimlim, Justin /
Philpott, C.J. / Shelby, Cole.

A-B honor roll
1ST GRADE: Bennett,
Madison / Berfanger, Kyra /
Blair, Emma / Brown, Anthony
/ Broyles, lan / Cage, James
Greyson / Carr, Jadelyn /
Connolly, Thomas / Fox,
Kaitlyn / Genest, Cameron
/ Gilbert, Shawn / Griffin,
Zamiya / Haverstock, Jacob /
Kaiser, Eliska/Karlesky, Avery
/ Lee, Bralyn / Lee, Brandie /
Madden, Aaron/Mahn, Lauren
/ Parrish, Javian / Phillips, Lisa
/ Plenge, Sheppard / Riley,
Madison / Rogers, Stephen /
Simms, Sara / Small, Georgia
/ Sordelet, Asia / Turberville,
Aime / Van Zandt, Natalie /
Zanfardino, Lilli.
2ND GRADE: Acol, Keala
/ Adams, Anna / Aiguier,
Tanner / Anderson, Heidi /
Aviles, Alexis / Byrd, Dianna
/ Cabrillas, Derek / Caldwell,
William / Campbell, Slade


/ Canady, T.J. / Cisneros,
Monet / Clark, Daniel / Davis,
Kale / Deehr, Yazmeen /
Dianat, Trinity / Duenas,
Natalie / Esmeralda, Anthony
/ Feole, Ashley / Gustafson,
Kendrick / Hines, Tenasha /
Hood, Josiah / Johnson, Paige
/ Johnson, Shelby / Kelsey,
Rachel / Kimm, Elizabeth /
Kline, Joshua / Lay, McKenna /
Loften, Gabby / Maddox, Mila /
Matthews, Kyshaya/ McCurley,
Kyra / McIntyre, Jordan / Mesta,
Clarissa / Morales, Anthony /
Nelson, Emily / Norris, Bryson
/ Paxton, Shaylah / Peoples,
Derek / Pourcillie, Garrit /
Ream, Skyler / Riffle, Joshua /
Robinson, Emily Grace/Roche,
Kai / Michell Rusco / Rushing,
Jade / Natalie Sanders /
Seward, Cody / Sexton, Emily
/ Sims, Adonis / Small, Randi /
Smith, Sammi / Stokes, Melea
/ Tarpley, Ashten / Thomas,
Brayden / Thompson, Bailey /
Washington, Amber / Watson,
Joseph / Williams, Jack / Willis,
Daisy/Worrath, Jordyn /Zoltek,
Shannon.
3RD GRADE: Allen,
Sky / Birkhead, Catherine /
Bouchard, Milton / Bouchard,
Rod / Bowers, Anthony / Bragg,


Evan / Bumgardner, Taylor
/ Cabarle, Emily / Carrico,
Austin / Couey, Dyllon / Erk,
Stephen / Flowers, Hayleigh
/ Fox, Zachary / Furniss,
Courtney / Johnson, Demetrius
/ Jornacion, EJ / Kaiser, Mary
Ellen / Kirkpatrick, Ailee / Lewis,
Kirstin / Little, Max / Lock,
Xavier/Madden, Emily/Maine,
Sean / McPherson, Spencer /
Mensen, Kelsi / Metral, Henry
/ Morgan, Nikolas / Morrison,
Hunter / Muhammad, Aleem /
Rodriguez, Carlos / Scheiterle,
Aaron / Schmidt, Kathlynn /
Sessions, Brandon / Sienko,
Brent/ Simmons, Holly/Simon,
Rachel / Stoutenburgh, Ryan /
Strom, Hannah / Strom, Marion
/ Stuart, Ashton / Syed, Ammar/
Thursby, Jacob/Vasko, Katrina
/ Ward, lan / Williamson, Jaida
/ Woodard, Jacob / Wrathell,
Jade.
4TH GRADE: Acol, Andrew/
Adams, Nick / Bertling, Daniel /
Brock, Morgan/Cabrillas, Kaitlin
/ Carter, Jazzmin / Cheney,
Brendan / Critcher, Taylor /
Dewise, Cade / Feole, Derek /
Finch, Kanon / Flores, Ashley /
Francis, Emily / Gerard, Hunter
/ Gunter, Drew / Henderson,
Skyler / Howell, Hannah /


Johnson, Alyssa / Kane, Alexis
/ Kelley, Preston / Laguerre,
Tania / Lawson, Jaylah /Loften,
Wimberly / Mears, Brenden
/ Menard, Michael / Mollura,
Gage / Mullarkey, Braxton /
Pratt, Ashley/ Ramsey, Joshua
/ Reaves, Joseph / Rogers,
Marisa / Springle, Joshua /
Tolbert, Tate/Via, Caitlin/West,
Timothy / Williams, Ty /Wollney,
Kyle /Young, Christian.
5TH GRADE: Anderson,
Logan / Armstrong, Corey /
Bryant, Berry / Bush, Chris /
Calderwood, Brittany/Carnley,
Christopher / Clott, Samuel
/ Coffey, Aaron / Coleman,
Alexander / Coleman, Alexis
/ Costinett, Brooklyn / Davis,
Erin / Ferguson, Aaron /
Forsee, David / Gainer,
Malique / Gilbert, Saarah /
Harris, Christina / Hemphill,
Austin / Hodge, Mikayla /
Jalaiyah, Chisolm / Johnson,
Ian / Jones, Austin / Logan,
Sean / Martin, Arik / Mincey,
Andrew / Monette, Micah /
Nichols, Melissa / Parsons,
Rachel / Petro, Colby / Porter,
Alexis / Reid, Alana / Riffle,
Chrissy / Rogers, Marisa /
Saldana, Tani / Schwieg, Julia
/ Slaughter, Emily.


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& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
Volleyball
Region 1-lA quarterfinal,
Laurel Hill at Gainesville St.
Francis, 6 p.m. (Laurel Hill
time)

Thursday
Girls High School Soccer
Escambia at Crestview, JV
5:30 p.m., V 7:30 p.m.

Friday
High School Football
Navarre at Crestview, 7
p.m.
Rocky Bayou at Baker, 7
p.m.

Football updates
Log on to www.crestview-
bulletin.com for recaps of the
Crestview-Navarre and Baker-
Rocky Bayou football games
scheduled for Friday night.

12U Baseball
The Heavy Hitters 1 2U
baseball team will hold try-
outs Nov. 15 from 9 a.m.-i 1
a.m. at the Baker Area Youth
Complex.
Players who turn 13 be-
fore 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 Nov.
15from 9 to 11 a.m,, and
Dec. 13 from 3to5 p.m.
Tryouts are at Old Spanish
Trail Park. Wear shorts,
shirt and cleats if possible.
Contact Coach Taylor at
305-2317 or e-mail coach@
crestviewthunderbirds.com
with any questions. Players
should be 18 or older. The
team will compete in the
Premier Football League.

City 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.
S 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.; Varsity 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.

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and get fast!
November 6, 9, 13, 16,
20, 23, December 2, and 4
at the Baker Sports Complex.
Thursday sessions will
run from 5:30 7:30 p.m.
Sunday sessions are from
2:30-4:30 p.m.
The camp is for players
ages 8 and up. Cost is $99.
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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's Jordan Glover (with ball) drags some Milton defenders for extra yards during the Daw-
gs' win against the Panthers this past Friday.





P ayoff PUSH


CHS can help its postseason chances by beating Navarre


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
A playoff spot could be
on the line when Crestview
hosts Navarre in a big Dis-
trict 2-4A football game
Friday night at Jack Foster
Stadium.
The Bulldogs (4-4,1-1) put
themselves in the thick of
the district race two weeks
ago with a 14-13.win against
then-unbeaten Fort Walton
Beach. If Crestview can
beat the Raiders (2-6, 0-2)
the Bulldogs will guarantee
themselves of at least a spot
in a shootout with the Vi-
kings and Choctawhatchee
on Monday.
In a season filled with its


FRIDAY'S GAME
Navarre (2-6, 0.2) at Crestview (4-4, 1-1)
7 p.m. at Jack Foster Stadiurm
Radio: WAAZ-WJSB
Last meeting: Na.'arre won 42-23 last year
Fast fact: Navarre's Michael Pettus is a cousin of
former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick


share of peaks and valleys,
the Bulldogs are peaking at
just the right time. Crest-
view followed the win over
Fort Walton Beach with a
35-10 victory against Milton
last week.
As best anyone in the
Crestview camp can remem-
ber, it's the first time a Crest-
view team has beaten Milton
and Fort Walton Beach in the


same season.
"Right now we've played
pretty good two weeks in a
row and we hope it keeps
snowballing," Bulldog coach
Matt Brunson said. "We'll
have our hands full with Na-
varre, and our goal is to beat
Navarre.
"Whatever happens down
in Fort Walton Friday night,
we'll be ready to play Mon-


day if need be."
If the Vikings and Bull-
dogs both lose, there will be
a shootout on Monday be-
tween Crestview, Fort Wal-
ton Beach and Navarre to
determine the second-place
team in the district.
Despite Navarre's unim-
pressive record, Brunson
isn't overlooking the Raid-
ers, who also beat Milton
and gave Florida State Uni-
versity High a tough battle
last week.
Navarre will operate out
of a familiar spread offense
under first-year head coach
Chad Lashley, who served as
the team's offensive coordi-
nator the last three seasons.

See CHS B3


Gators refocus for Homecoming matchup


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
(850) 682-5524

The Baker football team
was still hurting Monday,
three days after a heart-
breaking District 1-2B 17-14'
overtime loss against Ver-
non.
"Everybody's hurting,
but we told (the players)
this morning you have to
get rid of the hurt and keep
playing," Gator coach Bob
Kellogg said. "It's still all in
front of us.
"We still have a shot at
what we wanted, but now we
have to see what other peo-
ple do. We just have to get it
up and go. We have Home-
coming this week and then
possibly a shootout Monday
night."
Kellogg said the team
discussed the many play-
off possibilities, including a
potential shootout between
Vernon, South Walton and


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
Baker's Kellan Meeks (34) tries to elude a Holmes Coun-
ty tackler during the Gators' win against the Blue Devils
last month.


Baker on Monday at South
Walton.
The Gators could still win
the district title if Holmes
County upsets Vernon, or, if
there is a shootout, Baker


beats the Seahawks and the
Yellow Jackets in one quar-
ter of action.
Had the Gators beaten
the Yellow Jackets, Baker al-
ready would be celebrating a


FRIDAY'S GAME
Rocky Bayou Christian
(2.6) at Baker (5-3)
7 p.m. at Griffith
Memorial Stadium
Radio: WTJT
Last meeting: None:
Rocky Bayou is a first-
year program
Fast fact: The teams
have one common
opponent Baker beat
Bozeman 20-14 in
Week 1. Bozeman
blasted Rocky Bayou,
54-16 in Week 5.


district championship.
This week the Gators
(5-3) close out their home
schedule against an upstart
Rocky Bayou Christian team
playing its first year of foot-
ball.
See GATORS B3


Playoff picture fuzzier than ever entering Week 10


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
(850) 682-6524
Welcome to almost-play-
off frenzy.
As we prepare for Week
10 of the FHSAA football
season, I know as little
about whether Baker or
Crestview will make the
football playoffs as I did
when the season started
two months ago.
The only thing I'm sure
of, or can be sure of before
Friday night, is Baker will


at worst play in a shootout
on Monday, and if Crest-
view wins, the Bulldogs are
guaranteed no worse than a
shootout as well.
There is still a slim
chance for Baker can win
the District 1-2B champion-
ship. For that to happen, a
Holmes County team that
is winless in district play
will have to beat Vernon.
The odds of the Blue Devils
beating the Yellow Jackets
are slim and none.
Baker can make the
playoffs without at shootout


if Northview beats South
Walton. If that happens,
the Seahawks would be
eliminated from the playoff
picture. Vernon would claim
the district title, with Baker
taking second.
If Baker, South Walton
and Vernon are tied with 3-1
records in district play after
Friday night the teams will
play in a shootout to deter-
mine the district champion
and runner-up at South Wal-
ton on Monday.
District 2-4A actually is a
little more complicated.


The simple picture has
Choctawhatchee beating
Fort Walton Beach and
Crestview beating Navarre.
If that happens the Indi-
ans win the district cham-
pionship and Crestview is
second. If Bulldogs lose and
the Vikings win, Fort Walton
Beach is district champion,
Choctawhatchee takes sec-
ond and Crestview is out of
the playoff hunt.
After that it gets a little
complicated.

See PLAYOFF B3


B4-B6
B8
Section


Page 1


VOLLEYBALL
District 1-5A
tournament
Fifth-seeded Crestview's
bid to upend fourth-seeded
Pine Forest.fell just short
Tuesday in the quarterfinals
of the District 1-5A tourna-
ment at Escambia.
Game scores were 25-
20, 17-20, 25-19, 18-25;
15-13
Crestview: Alicia Dukes 14
kills, 9 blocks, 4 aces; Jacey
Sanders 17 assists, 2 digs,
1 block, 1 ace; Lauren Estep
7 kills, 1 block, 1 ace; Erin
Koester 12 digs.

District 1-2A
tournament
Behind first-year volleyball
coach Lisa Roy, who took over
this year for the legendary
Kathy Combest, the Baker vol-
leyball team continued its stan-
dard of postseason success,
capturing the District 1-2A tour-
nament championship with a
five-set victory over Pensacola
Christian at hostJay.
Game scores were 18-25,
25-23, 25-11, 12-25, 15-7
Baker. Kaylee Bradley
13 kills, 6 aces, 2 digs;
Allyssa Horn 9 kills, 2 blocks;
Courtney Fountain 7 kills, 5
kills; Kali Flanders 6 kills, 5
aces, 3 digs; Lauren Griffith
26 assists; Kaitlin Hunter 15 -
digs, 2 aces, Mollie Royal 5
aces.
Baker had to rally from
an early deficit to grind out a
four-set victory against Vernon
to advance to the District 1-2A
championship match.
Game scores were 14-25,
25-21, 26-24, 25-23.
Baker: Allyssa Horn 9 kills,
3 blocks; Kaylee Bradley 7
kills, 3 blocks; Kali Flanders 5
kills, 7 digs, 3 aces, 3 blocks;
Courtney Fountain 4 kills, 1
block, 2 digs; Lauren Griffith
20 assists; Kaitlin Hunter 12
digs.

District 1- 1A
tournament
Big serves and c.:.-n:,:i r
execution by John Pi..l.I II
Catholic made the differ-
ence as the Panthers beat
the Laurel Hill this past
Thursday in the District 1-1 A
title match, 25-11, 25-20,
25-20.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free
15 kills, 6 digs, 3 blocks,
2 aces; Jami Sheets 7 as-
sists, 9 digs; Amanda King
14 digs, 2 aces, 2 kills, 2
blocks; Elizabeth VanWinkle
9 assists, 8 digs.
Katie Free had 20 kills,
8 digs, three aces and three
blocks to lead host Laurel
Hill to a 3-1 win over Rocky
Baybu Christian in the District
1-A tournament semifinals on
Oct. 28.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free 3
aces, 3 blocks, 8 digs, 20
Skills; Jami Sheets 3 aces, 8
assists, 3 digs; Elizabeth Van
Winkle 1 ace, 9 assists, 4
digs; Amber Richey 4 aces,
5 digs, 3 kills.

Cross country
Okaloosa County Meet
Crestview finished third
in the boys and girls team
standings
Boys team standings:
Niceville 27, Fort Walton
Beach 56, Crestview 74,
Choctawhatchee 79, Rocky
Bayou 149
Crestview boys:Jacob
Gourlie 16:58; Dylan
Tillman 17:19; Dylon Brown
17:49; Corey Smith 17:51;
Conner Marshall 18:31;
John Lovito 19:07; James
Russell 20:19.
Girls team standings:
Niceville 39, Fort Walton
Beach 43, Creslview
84, Rocky Bayou 86,
Choctawhatchee 108.
Crestview girls: Lauren
Day 19:19; Taylor Polk
19:59; Juliet Yeager 22:16;
Annessa Heatley 22:23;
Elisejenkins 23:19; Katelyn
Barton 24:26.


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Sports


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2, a kick), 10:58 the tone for
nof CRESTVIEW Jordan Glover 27 run (J.T. Arnold kick), the opening for
n 1:00 the opening
ght 2ND QUARTER drive
es MILTON Eric Hudson 17 pass from Mikey
McMillion (Mauriclo Barber kick) 11:49
CRESTVIEW Jordan Glover 6 run (J.T. Arnold kick),
8:40
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3RD QUARTER en
CRESTVIEW Ben Baber 43 fumble return (J.T. Arnold ended
kick), 11:10 any Milton
son CRESTVIEW Jordan Glover 2 run (J.T. Arnold / hopes for
vered kick), 6:57 a rally with
wn a 9:04
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and OFFENSE the
foe PASSING Crestview, Blake Ritchie 2-6-0-28 possession
)n's RUSHING Crestview, Jordan Glover 27-172, Chris following
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DEFENSE
Crestview tackles-assists-total (total also includes sacks)


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Parker 2-5-7, Levi Hendrix 2-2-5, Ben Baber 2-3-5, Chris
Briley 4-0-4, Donquel Dorsey 2-1-3, Amond Robinson Keyshawn
2-0-2, Drew Banach 0-2-2, Milch Kertis 0-2-2, George Thomas'
Frye 0-2-2,B.J. McClure 1-0-1,JT.Arnold 1-0-1, Matt INT set up
Dobson 1-0-1, Chris Scott 0-1-1, Austin Berry 0-1-1, Josh the final
Appelberg 0-1-1. Crestview
Sacks Levi Hendrix 1, Darius Robbins 1, B.J. McClure TD

Interception Jason Parker, Keyshawn Thomas.
Opponent's tumbles forced Darius Robbins 2, Jason
Parker 1
Opponent's fumbles recovered Levi Hendrix, Ben Baber


TEAM STATISTICS Crestview
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59 i TOTAL NET YARDS 257 351 territory
59 of its "NET YARDS RUSHING 12-97 47-323 on all
rushing NET YARDS PASSING 18-26-1060 2-6-0-28 eightf its
yards on FUMBLES-LOST 3-2 1-1 eight of its
one play PENALTIES-YARDS 5-43 10-58 drives


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144 of his
rushing
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the first
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Tinal Baker 7 0 0 7/0 14 Baker's first
district Vernon 0 7 0 7/3 17 drive; the
game, 1ST QUARTER Gators have
but the BAKER Marcus Jones 36 run 'scored on
Gators' (David Beck kick), 834 their first
playoff 2ND QUARTER drive in
fate is still VERNON-John Johnson 3 run seven of
upinthe (Cody Small kick), :45 eight games
air. / 4TH QUARTER this season
VERNON John Johnson 7 run (Cody Small kick),
10:36
John BAKER Cameron Domangue 13 run (David Beck kick),
Johnson 4:51
scored OVERTIME
both VERNON -Cody Small 21 FG Cody
Vernon Small
TDs, but PLAYER STATISTICS kicked the
Belton OFFENSE winning
Snider did PASSING Baker, Cameron Domangue 1-6-0-36 field goal
most of RUSHING -Baker, Cameron Domangue 16-68, Mar- in the
the work cus Jones 6-67, Kellan Meeks 1-4, Billy Whatmough 1-3. OT after
with 119 RECEIVING Baker, Christian Mainor 1-36. missing a
yards on potential
25 carries DEFENSE winning
Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss included in field goal
total) Dakota Hooper 7-6-13, Kellan Meeks 9-3-13, at the
David Beck 7-4-12, Blake Bollinger 5-5-12, BillyWhat- end of
mough 6-3-10, Marcus Jones 5-2-7, Tyler Moberly 4-3-7, the fourth
Cameron Brandon Ates 2-4-6, Josh Williams 3-2-6, Tyler Holley \ quarter
Domangue 2-2-6, Josh Rose 2-3-5, Christian Mainor 2-2-4, Cameron \
was Domangue 1-0-3, Cameron Davis 1-0-1.
held to a Tackles for loss Cameron Domangue 2, Blake Bollinger
season- 2, Tyler Holley, Josh Williams, Billy Whatmough, Kellan
low in Meeks, David Beck. Cameron
rushing Fumbles forced Dakota Hooper, Blake Bollinger. Domangue
yards Fumbles recovered Josh Rose, Blake Bollinger. had a 36-


TEAM STATISTICS


Vernon
ran 66
total
plays;
Baker ran
just 30


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


B V
5 19
178 344
24-142 58-296
1-6-0-36 6-8-0-48
1-1 4-2
3-15 5-50


yard pass
to set up
the TD,
and then
scored it
on a wild
scramble
from the
13


Brett Walker comes up to make the stop for Baker's 7-
8 team during an elimination round in the Tri-County
League playoffs Saturday. The young Gators fell 24-6
against unbeaten Andalusia.


Brooks Taylor makes a run for Baker's 11-12 team Sat-
urday during the elimination round of the Super Bowl
playoffs for the Tri-County League. The young Gators
lost 27-0 against unbeaten Straughn.


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SIF FORECLO- 29.90 FEET TO POINT Dated this 17 day of Oc-
RESALE OF BEGINNING, tober, 2008
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SPorts


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


CHS from page B1


Kwamane Howard and
Michael Pettus provide a po-
tent punch in the backfield.
Howard leads the Raiders in
rushing with more than 500
yards. Pettus has added an-
other 300 yards.
Pettus also leads the
Raiders in receiving with 14
catches for 199 yards.
"When you have a quar-
terback that can run like Pet-
tus it presents a lot of prob-
lems," Brunson said. "You
are playing 11-man football
when the quarterback can
run."
The defensive quintet of
Walter Hill, Adam Hamil-
ton, Tre' Von Allen, Shane
McMaster and Ronnie Wes-
son each have more than 50
'tackles. Hill and Hamilton
'have more than 60 tackles
each.
It will be up to those
defenders to shut down a
Crestview offense that has
hit its stride behind the run-
ning of Jordan Glover.
Glover is coming off an-
other stellar performance
with 179 yards and three
touchdowns in the win
against Milton.


Crestview's players are
aware of the problems Na-
varre might present.
"We are taking them se-
riously," linebacker Gabe
Goodson said. "They lost to
Choctaw and Fort Walton so
we don't want to be the bot-
tom of the barrel.
"We are going to play
them hard, and I know they
like to run a spread offense,
so we've got to get back in
that mindset after playing
Milton."
Junior wide receiver Artis
Coleman stressed how big
the game is for the Bulldogs.
"The importance of the
game is that it is everything
for us," he said. "If we lose
this there goes our whole
season right there because
we will be out of the district
(race) and the playoffs and
all of that.
"We just have to get ready
for it, work hard and prac-
tice, get everything done and
take care of things."

Visit our online Crest-
view football reference page
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


Football programs announce Players of the Week

Crestview News Bulletin -

The Crestview and Baker
football pro-
grams have
announced
their Play-
ers of the
Week from DOMANGUE BABER GLOVER PARKER PICKETT ROBBINS


their Oct. 31-' I
games.
Jordan
Glover, Chris BOLLINGER
Pickett, Ja-
son Parker,
Darius Robbins and Ben
Baber were honored for
their performances dur-


ing the Dawgs' 35-10 win
against Milton.
Glover ran for 172 yards
and three TDs. Pickett
had 94 rushing yards and a
score. Parker made seven
tackles and forced a pair
of turnovers. Robbins had


seven tackles, a sack and
caused a pair of fumbles.
Baber made five tackles and
returned a fumble for a TD.
Crestview Paint & Body
makes a donation to the
CHS football program after
each Dawgs win.


Cameron Domangue (of-
fense and special teams)
and Blake Bollinger (de-
fense) were recognized by
Baker coaches as the Ga-
tors' Players of the Week.
Baker lost a 17-14 overtime
heartbreaker at Vernon.


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FOOTBALL: Pee Wee 1
Team W-L
Steelers 10-0
Bulldogs 6-3
Vikings 6-4
Buccaneers 2-8
Cowboys 0-9

Pee Wee 2
Team W-L
Vikings 8-1
Packers 6-3
Bulldogs 6-3
Cowboys 6-4


Buccaneers 4-5
Titans 2-7
Steelers 0-9

SOCCER: U8 RE
Team W-L-T
Tornados 9-1
Cosmos 5-4
Galaxy 4-5-1
Rangers 1-8-1

U8 BL
Team W-L-T
Cyclones 10-0-0


Stingers 4-4-1
Wizards 2-6-2
Hurricanes 0-8-1

U10
Team W-L-T
Mutiny 7-3-0
Tornadoes 6-3-1
Stingers 5-3-1
Cosmos 5-4-1
Cyclones 4-5-1
Galaxy 2-6-2
Rangers 2-7-0


U12
Team W-L-T
"Stingers 9-0-0
Mutiny 6-2-2
Cosmos 5-5-2
Rangers 3-5-2
Cyclones 01 1-0

U15
Team W-L-T
Cosmos 9-0-0
Cyclones 4-4-1
Mutiny 3-5-1
Rangers 1-8-0


GATORS from page Bl,


The Knights (2-6) are
coming off their second win
of the season, a 30-25 victory
over Florala, Ala., on Friday,
but should be the perfect
Homecoming opponent.
Don't think for a second
that Kellogg will let the Ga-
tors overlook the Knights.
"Rocky Bayou had a big
win Friday night coming
back to beat Florala," he said.
"They are high right now and
they probably think they are
..tching us at a good time af-
ter our loss.
" "We've got Homecoming
..ard all of the distractions,
,they had a big win, and we
lhad a big devastating loss.
7Now our kids have to put it in
the past. We have to show up
arid play."
The Knights operate out
.of, multiple sets and try to
gain an advantage by confus-
* ing the opposing defense.
..'Defensively they run out
of basic sets that shouldn't
create too much confusion
for the Gator offense.
With all due respect to
the Knights, Kellogg admit-
ted he'd much rather be
playing a first-year Rocky
Bayou team than the Boze-
man squad the Gators saw in
Week 10 last year.
"We've played a tough
schedule, and we've played
up from our class," Kellogg
said. "Should we win Friday
night? Yes.


"Does that mean we will
win? No. They've improved
tremendously, but I'd much
rather be playing Rocky Bay-
ou than Bozeman."
The Gator players are
ready to turn the page on
Friday's loss and get ready
for Rocky Bayou in what
could be the final home game
for the Gator seniors.
"It's going to be a very
emotional game," Blake Bol-
linger said. "Hopefully we'll
just do our assignments and
get everything done, and that
will give us a win going into
Jay or possibly the shootout.
"It's going to be an emo-
tional game, I can tell you
that much."
Ryne Wickery expects the
feeling from the loss to Ver-
non to linger a while longer.
"It did get to all of us, but
we have to move on," he said.
"We have to remember the
pain that we have, but we
have to get over it real quick
and look forward to what we
have to do and get ready for
what's upcoming.
"We just have to go out
this week and do what we've
done every week. Then we
just have to see how Friday
falls and if play Monday, we'll
get ready to play Monday."

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PLAYOFF from page B1


If Crestview and Fort
Walton Beach win on Friday,
Crestview, Choctaw and
Fort Walton Beach would
meet in a shootout on Mon-
day to determine the first
and second place teams in
the district.
Finally, if Crestview and
Fort Walton Beach both lose
,Friday, Navarre, Fort Wal-
ton Beach and Crestview
would meet in a shootout to
determine second place in
the district.
In either case the shoot-
out would be held at Fort
Walton Beach.
As it stands now both the
Gators and Bulldogs have
at least a fighting chance to
make the postseason. Ask
almost any coach and they
will tell you the first goal is
to make the postseason.
Looking at the possible
playoff brackets, a second-
place finish in district seems
to hurt the Bulldogs less
than it would the Gators.
If Crestview finishes
second in District 2-4A then
the Dawgs travel to Pace
and get another shot at the
Patriots. A lot of people


think Crestview should have
beaten Pace earlier in the
season. A return engage-
ment would be interesting.
If the Gators finish sec-
ond in District 1-2B they
have to go to Tallahassee to
play a Florida State Univer-
sity High team that has only
lost to Marianna and is av-
eraging more than 38 points
a game.
If the Bulldogs do get in a
shootout and win the district
title they would host either
Tate or Milton, the runner
up from District 1-4A, in the
first round of the playoffs.
Baker would host Boze-
man if the Gators end up
winning the District 1-2B
title.
Now that everyone is
completely confused, sit
back and enjoy some foot-
ball Friday night.

News Bulletin Sports
Editor Randy Dickson and
News Bulletin Editor Kyle
Wright break down the
playoff possibilities and of-
fer video picks for Week 10
at www.crestviewbulletin.
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Crestview News Bulletin
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Local and state offi-
cials joined members of
the Blackman Community
Water System and United
States Department of Ag-
riculture-Rural Develop-
ment program for a cere-
monial checkpresentation
last week, representing
funding for a multi-million
dollar project.
The USDA Rural
Development provid-
ed financial assistance
to the tune of $4,954,000
to construct a public
water system that
will serve residents in
the Blackman- commun-
ity. The funding included
a loan for $1,961,000, a
grant for $2,984,000 and an
additional $300,000 State
of Florida appropriation to
Okaloosa County on behalf
of the Blackman Commu-
nity Water System, Inc.
"It's a good day to be
in Blackman," said Ru-
ral Development State
Director Ronald Whit-
field. "We are pleased to
work in partnership with
the Blackman Commu-
nity Water System to bring
a centralized water
system to the area, which
will safeguard the health
and safety of area resi-
dents."
The new water system


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
Rural Development State Director Ronald Whitfield
presents a check to Blackman Community Water Sys-
tem President Jeanette Cook as board members Hank
Thurber, Theresa Johnson, Betty Patton and advisor


, Waymond Barrow look on.

will include two 400,000
gallons-per-minute wa-
ter supply wells, a 150,000
gallon elevated storage
tank and approximately 40
miles of water mains. More
than 200 customers have
already signed on. Board
members are confident
the goal of a 250 customer
base will be reached eas-
ily for Phase 1 of the two-
phase project. The dead-
line to sign on to the water
system is Dec. 31.
"We just had some good
people to work with us,"
said Blackman Community
Water System President,
Jeanette Cook. "They saw
the need and I'll always be
thankful that someone lis-
tened."


Since 2000, the Oka-
loosa County Health
Department has repeat-
edly cited several public
buildings in the com-
munity for the presence
of coliforms in the drinking
water, requiring the use of
bottled drinking water and
use of well water for only
non-potable purposes.
Cook praised Okaloosa
County Commissioner
Bill Roberts and District
1 State Representative,
Greg Evers for their help
in making the project a
reality.
"They did what they
said they would do and
I have great admiration
for both of them," Cook
said.


Mayor proclaims Hospice Month


Officials present check for


Blackman Water System


Brian. Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Mayor David Cadle helped
some of Covenant Hospice's 60 local volun-
teers and staff members kick off National
Hospice Month by joining them for breakfast
Monday morning.
Wearing the purple and green ribbon
that helps create awareness and outreach
of end-of-life care, Cadle took a few minutes
to thank his hosts and let them know, from
first-hand experience, the importance of
their work.
"That first contact was critical," Cadle
said, recalling his initial meeting with hos-
pice staff as his own father lay critically ill.
"The hospice worker put me at ease. I went
out of there feeling so relieved..
"Those end-of-life moments mean so
much to the family and I want to thank you,"
the mayor said.
He then invited Covenant Hospice's local
director, Pat Dingess, to join him as he read


Health Fair packs community center

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
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The encore lived up to expectations.
The second Community Health Fair
held this past Saturday at the Crestview
Community Center drew an increased
number of vendors and attendees.
"We had overwhelming commun-
ity support, and we would like to thank
the whole community," said Elaine
Hill, chair of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce Health and
Wellness Committee that organized the
fair.
More than 850 people visited more
than 85 vendor booths, up from 600
attendees at the debut health fair last
year.
Attendees could win raffle prizes at
each booth and enjoyed demonstrations
from Gordon Martial Arts and the local
Fred Astaire Dance Studio.
"Many of the vendors participate in
health fairs across the region and thought
this was one of the top ones," Hill said.
"Ninety-nine percent said they want to
be back next year, and some vendors who
were not involved this year have already
asked about next year.
"And there was a very positive response
from the community, indicating they were
glad to know suxh services-were avail-
able."


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Marietta Birdsell of Canine Companions
had Darlene (left) and Osei (right) to keep
her company at the Community Health Fair.

The committee met Tuesday to begin
planning for the 2009 event.
See more photos from the Community
Health Fair at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


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Extension Connection: Find saltbush and you will find butterflies


Sheila Dunning
Okaloosa County UF/IFAS Extension
Tiny, white to greenish
blooms and "fuzzy-looking"
fruit come into flower and
are attractive at a time
when few other small trees
and shrubs are flowering,
bringing saltbush, a rarely
noticed native plant, into
view in the fall landscape.
As the Monarch
butterflies migrate through
the Panhandle, saltbush,
Baccharis halimifolia, is a
must-visit. Adult butterflies
are highly mobile and
dynamic creatures, with a
life expectancy of only a few
weeks. During that brief
period, they must find a
mate, reproduce, seek out
food and shelter, and avoid


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being eaten. To meet these
high-energy demands, most
adult butterflies rely on
sugar-rich nectar as fuel.
They are strongly attracted
to large clusters of small-
tubed flowers that form a
stable platform on which to
alight. Baccharis halimifolia
meets the needs of countless
butterflies each year.
Saltbush is an oval to
rounded, freely branched,
multi-stemmed, hardy, semi-
evergreen to deciduous,
cold-tolerant shrub usually
not exceeding about 12 feet


in height. Its leaves are 1 to
3 inches long and about 1 V1/
inches wide, often deeply
toothed, and shiny to grayish
green. No serious pests are
normally seen on the plant.
However, some maintenance
can improve its appearance.
With proper care to remove
recurring dead wood, nice
small-tree specimens can
be created. Additionally,
saltbush will readily reseed
and spread beyond its
planting site, so "culling"
out the undesirables may be
necessary.
Also referred to as
groundsel, saltbush is native
to coastal and interior
wetlands throughout
Florida, often seen in its
native habitat with Wax


myrtle, buttonbush and
marsh elder. Useful as
a large shrub, filler, or
massed in difficult soil
situations, they can become
nice additions to many
landscapes. Saltbush could
be used more frequently
near retention basins and
drainage ditches. It has a
good tolerance to brackish
water, hence the common
name. However, no water is
required, even on a dry site,
once this plant is established.

"Extension Connection"
appears in the Crestview
News Bulletin on Wednes-
days. Sheila Dunning
serves as the local Extension
Agent I Commercial
Horticulture.


TED BODNER @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS DATABASE I|Miller,
J.H.iand K.V Miller. 2005. University of Georgia Press,
Athens.
Saltbush becomes prominent during fall.


Special to the News Bulletin
Chester's International,
the leading fried chicken
foodservice offering in the
convenience store catego-
ry, announces the grand
opening of its newest store
in Florida. The new res-
taurant is located inside
the Fill-Ups Convenience
Store located at 3200 South
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview.
"Fill-Ups Food Stores
is thrilled to partner with a
company such as Chester's
International where quality
product, exceptional value
and outstanding service
are shared values," stated
John Osburn, president of
Fill-Ups Food Stores. "The
power of the Chester's
brand will be a tremendous
tool as we continue to ex-
ceed the daily expectations
of our customers."


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
The new Chester's chicken foodservice store in Crest-
view opened this past Friday.


The Crestview Ches-
ter's celebrated its grand
opening Oct. 31 with a
ribbon cutting ceremony.


Chester the Chicken was
on hand to help with the
ribbon cutting ceremony
and pose for grand opening


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Providing quality service isn't exactly
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Crestview and our surrounding communities.
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The Fill-Ups location
will serve breakfast, lunch
and dinner offering Ches-
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fried bone-in chicken,
chicken tenders, potato
wedges and biscuits. The
newest Chester's will also
offer both dine-in and car-
ry-out options.
"I'm always excited ev-
ery time we. open a new
Chester's. It's one more
opportunity to expose
more people to our great
tasting fresh fried chick-
en," stated Richard Davis,
vice president of systems
management at Chester's
International. "The people
at Fill-Ups Food Stores are
great to work with and are
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promoting Chester's."


NOMC proud to


sponsor Honor Flight


Special to the News Bulletin

The Board of Directors
for the Emerald Coast Hon-
or Flight proudly announces
plans for the first Okaloosa-
Walton Honor Flight. More
than 100 World War II veter-
ans from the First Congres-
sional District will be taken
free of charge to Washing-
ton, D.C., to visit the memo-
rial built in their honor.
The Okaloosa-Walton
Honor Flight the third
overall from the First Con-
gressional District is
scheduled to depart the
Northwest Florida Regional
Airport early the morning
of April 1, 2009. The public is
invited to participate in the
"Welcome Home Celebra-
tion" that evening.
The Board is pleased to
recognize the commitment
from North Okaloosa Medi-
cal Center to be the present-
ing sponsor for this flight.
"North Okaloosa Medical


Center is humbly pleased
to provide financial support
for such a worthwhile event.
The men and women in our
community who fought in
the Second World War es-
tablished a high standard of
patriotism we salute them
with our gift and our support
of this gallant effort initiated
in our area by Congressman
Miller," said David S. Sand-
ers, Chief Executive Officer
of NOMC.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller
spearheaded the Emerald
Coast Honor Flight, a non-
profit volunteer organization
comprised of regional busi-
ness leaders, and active and
retired military personnel.
"Honor Flight is about
honoring the courage, the
valor, and the sacrifices of
the brave men and women
who served during World
War II," said Miller. "I am
very proud to announce the
next flight on April 1, 2009,
and I am extremely proud of
our community for stepping
up to the plate and show-
ing our appreciation for the
Greatest Generation."
The Washington DC me-
morial was completed 60
years after the end of the
war. The Emerald Coast
Honor Flight helps veterans
see the memorial erected in
their honor.


APPLICATIONS
Local efforts are fo-
cused on World War
II1 veterans from Escam-
bia, Santa Rosa, Oka-
loosa, Walton, Wash-
ington, and Holmes
counties in Northwest
Florida. Applications
are currently being ac-
cepted from Veterans in
the First Congressional
District and can be ob-
tained on-line at www.
emeraldcoasthonor-
flight.com.

DONATIONS
To make a donation
to this effort,, please
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Flight, P. 0. Box 777,
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What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

CRESTVIEW RELAY TEAM
MEETING: Thursday at 6
p.m. at Walker Elementary
School. A special evening
of food, prizes and fun is
planned. Form a team
committed to the fight
against cancer. Details: 244-
3813.
TOYS FOR TOTS: A local
Toys for Tots effort will
collect toys for local
children now through Dec.
24.
All toys collected will
stay in the local community.
Businesses or individual
interested in helping the
Toys for Tots effort can
contact Melinda Manchee
at (850) 902-7351, or e-mail
Melina.manchee@yahoo.
com.
BOOKS ARE FUN SHOW: will
feature discounted books
for all ages, as well as gift
items. Nov. 6 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. and Nov. 7 from 7
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Senior
Circle classroom, 127A E.
Redstone Ave. in Crestview.
Details: Jane Lindenberg,
689-8446.
WOMAN'S CLUB RUMMAGE
SALE: The GFWC Woman's
Club of Crestview will hold
a rummage sale fundraiser
on Saturday from 7 a.m. to
noon, in the Woman's Club
Building at 150 Woodlawn
Dr., Crestview (behind
Woodlawn Baptist Church).
Proceeds support the club's
charities. For details call
682-1416.
CERT TRAINING: Okaloosa
County Community
Emergency Response Team
training sessions are Nov.
8, 15 and 22 at Northwest
Florida State College's
Niceville campus in building
Q, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
You can also sign up
online at www.okaloosa-
cert-team.org/Sign_
Up.html. For details, call
Jennifer Tindall at 243-0315
or e-mail CERT@united-
way.org.
FALL FESTIVAL FUND-RAISER:
Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m.
for the Holt Volunteer Fire
Department at their station
on U.S. Highway 90 on the
left after the caution light.
A bouncing house/slide, fire
truck views for the kids,
games, raffles and drawings
are planned. Food and
drinks will be available for
a small fee. Details: Emily,
585-9864.
HOLIDAY SHOWCASE: will be
held Nov. 13 at 6 p.m. at the
Okaloosa Extension Office
at 5479 Old Bethel Road in
Crestview.
Tickets are $4 in advance
from the office, and $5 at
the door. Participants will
receive a 2008 showcase
book with direction,
illustrations and recipes.
For additional details or
tickets, cal 689-5850.
CHRISTMAS PARADE SIGN-UP:
The Main Street Crestview
Association is taking entries
for the City of Crestview
Christmas Parade. Only
the first 125 paid parade
entry applications will be
accepted in the parade, with
only half of those reserved
for floats. The deadline
is Nov. 19 at 5 p.m. Cutoff
could be sooner depending
on how soon the first 125
applications are received.
Download an application
from the City Web site
at www.cityofcrestview.
org/events. Forms are also
available at Bill Kilpatrick's
office at 198 N. Wilson St.
in Crestview (in the west
wing of City Hall), at the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce office on Main
St., at the Crestview News
Bulletin, Tanning & Hair
Center, Window Fashions
and other downtown
businesses. Please turn in
entries to Bill Kilpatrick.
To volunteer your help
or for details, call Cindy
Harris at 865-8595, Micky
Rytman at 974-4369, or Bill
Kilpatrick at 689-3722, est.
230.
BAKER COMMUNITY YARD


SALE: Nov. 22 across from
Baker School. Booth spaces
are available. Call Felice at
259-6991 or Nicole at 537-
8827 for details.
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR SIGN-UP:


The Main Street Crestview
Association is hosting an
Olde Towne Christmas
bazaar Dec. 6 at Courthouse
Terrace in Crestview from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
The group is selling 12-
by-12 spaces for $25 each.
Association members pay
a discounted rate of $20 per


space.
The deadline for entry
forms is 5 p.m. Dec. 1.
QUARTER BINGO: The
Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every
Tuesday. The games run
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The K
of C hall is located at 701


James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview. Come join the
fun.

MISCELLANEOUS

MILITARY APPRECIATION:
The University of West
Florida will hold a Military


Appreciation Reception
Thursday from 3 to
4:30 p.m. in University
Commons Conference
Center, Building 22. The
reception will honor
service members for their
hard work, dedication
and commitment to
preserving and protecting


the freedom of Americans.
The event is free and open
to the public.
Details: E-mail
Lusharon Wiley at lwiley@
uwf.edu
FLORIDA TRAIL ASSOCIATION:
Visit http://choctaw.
floridatrail.org for details
on their upcoming events.


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A Brand Name King Pil-
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Pillowtop Set. In plastic
w/warrr. $165. Delivery
available 850-255-3050

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Dark green recliner,
like new $ 80 firm.
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condition $ 400 firm.
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Fri & Sat Nov 7 & 8,
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Dishes & misc.

Crestview
Estate Sale
Fri, Sat & Sun 7am-7pm
597 South Wilson St.
Household items, clothing
appliances, tools, etc.

Crestview
Garage Sale
Nov. 8, 7am-? 2136
East Third Ave. Books,
household, fishing, items,
hardware, man's stuff.
RAIN OR SHINE!!!!


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Lic/Ins 850 240-9678




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Driveways, Tear Outs,
Replacements, Sidewalks
Lic/Insured.
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Tear out & replace. Col-
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Decks & Patios. Outdoor
Kitchens & Stucco work.
Lic/Ins 687-7791
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All types of Concrete
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Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
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Also Bobcat work.
Free est.
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Repairs, Remodeling,
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Huge Garage Yard Sale
Sale Sat. Nov. 8, 7am-1pm Cracker Barrel of
Thurs. Fri. & Sat 1213 Pinewood Ln. Crestview Now Hiring all
6am-'pm, 5156 White- (off Vlley Rd.). Lamps, positions Nights Week-
hurst Ln., Twin bed, TV'S rugs, old and new, ends EOE 682-8804 Ap-
washer, dryer, 2 book what-not, computer & ply anytime.
shelves Japanese furni- parts, etc Free baby Health & Beauty
ture, clothing, toys, Sago Palm.
games, household items. Holt Shear Attitude has
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Huge Inside
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429 N
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Across from Twin Hills
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Sat 8-3. Tools, collecti-
bles, everything including
the kitchen sink....
Crestview
Huge Yard Sale
Nov. 8"h 8.00- ? 5788
Kellie Dr. (off Orchidcrest
Dr.) Christmas shop early
like new toys, Barbie, col-
lection, sport collections
some furniture clothes of
all sizes. Something for
everyone at a great
price.


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Moving Sale
590 Long November
8th & 9th from 7am-3pm.
Car, furniture, baby
clothes and much more.


NEW rBiAY
Crestview
Multi Family
Sale
Fri & Sat 8am -3
6291 Bethany Dr
Right past Zadie Lane, off
Hwy 85
Crestview
Sidewalk Sale
Sat. Nov. 8., 9am-5pm,
544 N. Main St. Com-
puter, electronics, audio,
video accessories,
clothes, CD's VHS, cas-
settes and more everyth-
ing $.25- $4.00
Crestview
TWO-FAMILY
YARD SALE!
Sat. Nov 8 7AM-Till,
2588 Taylor Rd. (Off
Lake Silver) Baby items,
Clothes, Misc items,.
cookie jars & boat.
Crestview
YARD SALE
EVERYTHING GOES,
PRICED TO SELL!
Fri & Sat Nov 7th & 8th,
6AM Until, 120 Sikes
Drive (Off Valley Rd by
Armory) Clothes, Baby
items, Furniture, 2.8 liter
Motor ready to use. call
682-2506
Crestview
Yard Sale
Fri. & Sat. Nov. 7 &8,
7am-? 112 Springwood
Cir. (off Old Bethel Rd.)
Girls clothes, + misc.
items.
Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. Nov. 8, 7am-11am,
2414 Cumberland
Way(off Lake Silver Rd.
past Silver Oaks) Name
brand clothes, toddler
bed, misc.


Lasco Handyman
Inc. Licensed and In-
sured. Honest and de-
pendable, references.
Call Terry 902-3928
Small Job Specialist,
no job to small. Painting,
stucco, stone, drywall,
debris removal, ect. call
Allen 826-3512



Learn to Operate a
Crane or Bull Dozer
Heavy Equipment Train-
ing. National Certifica-
tion. Financial & Place-
ment Assistance. Georgia
School of Construction.
www.Heavy5.com Use
code "FLCNH" or call
(866)218-2763



Farm Direct
Centipede, St. Augustine,
Zoysia, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms
Take Advantage of
Fall Prices:
Shrub Prunning Pressure
Washing Roof & Rain
Gutter blowing General
lawn clean ups. Call for
Free Estimate 902-7175




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


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2, 3 & 4 BR Houses &
Trailers for rent. Call
Crestview 830-2061 or 682-4070
Available
Immediately
Warehouse unit fo rent 3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
at 100 N Lloyd St, $11,0001 Only $199/
Crestview. Unit Mo! 5% down 20 years
25'x40' (1000 sq ft) @ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR
with 12'x14' Roll-up $259/Mol For listings
door. $439/month, tax (800)366-9783 Ext
& garbage fee incl. 5798.


_________ N__ ,T ^ Lres._As is, you maintain.
TUPPERWARE f NEW r Aio' I $650. Call
Call Jackie 682-4305 850-217-8209
Logistics/Transportation 1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
Driver Trainees quiet, gated, No pets Crestview 3BR/1BA
Needed No CDL? No $575mo/ $5,50dep, 12 462 Savage St. call
Walk In Bath Tub. New Problem! Earn up to mo lease req. 585-6985 682-3931
till in box, includes eve- $900wk. Home week-
ything you need. Top of ends w/TMC. Company _
he line. Paid $6800 will endorsed CDL Training. Crestview Bent Creek
sacrifice for $3500 1-866-280-5309 Apts II Vouchers Ac- Crestview S of 1-10.
240-3273 cepted. Rental assistance Quiet Neighborhood.
-- Medical/Health may be avail. 1 & 2 BR 3br 2ba 2cg breakfast
HC & non-HC accessible nook, fenced back yard
MicroSpine apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. 1500+sf, $925 mo +
3300 The leader in Minimally Crestview, FL. Call 850 dd. Pets ok. 537-8509 or
Invasive Spinal Surgery is 682-5563, TDD/TTY 582-1138
'Every Building on seeking full & part time 711. Equal Housing Op-
alel r Direct at Medical Records portunity
'Rock Bottom Prices" Specialists
32x60x18 $11,995. Exp necessary. Fax your Crestview & Crestview 2 & 3 bd,
35x60x16 $14,285. resume to Administration: Apartments stove and ref. included,
10x80x16 $20,995. 850-892-4123 or email aies washer & dryer hookup.
48x100x18 $27,495. admin@microspine.net or Now accepting applica- ok.00 mcal+dl 850-255-1917Section 8
60x120x18 $44,900. mail to: Attn. Adminis- tionsfr i &2BRHC& Ok 850-255-1917
Many Others! Pioneer traction, 101 Microspine non-HC accessible apart- or 689-6647
Steel (800)668-5422. Way, DeFuniak Springs, ments for the elderly and
airlines Are Hiring L32435 the disabled. Rental assis-
Train for high paying Avi- tance may be available.
tion foMaintenance Ca- Call 850-682-5149, Creslview
eer. FAA approved pro- EWf lI/A TDD 1-rY7 1.450 2/1 Duplex
gram. Financial aid if E" Coremro Drive, Crest- freshly painted, $600
qualified Job. placement view, FL. Equal Housing mo, $600 DD, pets ok
assistance. Call Aviation Whirlpool Mark Opportunity. with additional deposit,
institute of Maintenance Series, Side-by-Side, 682-7731 Mon-Fri
888)349-5387 25cuft fridge with work-
ing water/ice, $200 Crestview Inn -----
Attend College online OBO. Delphi XM car Motel $35d $165 wk,
rom Home. *Medical, unit, $50. Call APT $190 Wk. $575 4 Crestview- 232 South
*Business, *Paralegal, 243-1140. wk Call 682-4466 Springs, close to down-
*Computers, *Criminal _____________ town, 3/1, w/ formal
Justice. Job placement as- dining and 2 screened
distance. Computer avail- porch CH&A, $625 rmo
abie. Financial Aid if ii M IO 135 South Wilson, con-$625 m
qualified. Call -4130 135 South Wilson, con-
(866)58-2121, 13Driver Company Driv 6130 venient location, 2/1,
www n oCompany Driv- Fenced Yard $400 +
ww.CenturaOnline.com ers CDL-A Earn up to 46 C view- 3 $450 sd 682-8483
Now available! 2008 cpm. 1/2cpm increase Crestview- 3 br 2.5 50-865-3421
Post Office Jobs. every 60K miles. Aver- ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart.
$18-$20/hr. No experi- age 2,500 to 2,800 Pets ok. $800 mo. 1st
ence, paid training, Fed miles/week. No forced monthfree! 496-1712
benefits, vacations. Call Northeast.
(800)910-9941 Today (877)740-262. Crestvew-10 Ham
REF #FLOB. www.ptl-inc.com. pton- 2br, 1 H.Sba, Out-
Sew & Save Driver: Don't just start side storage & open pa-
Open Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2 your career, start it right tio. $585 mo + sd Crestview 3 br, 1 ba,
Lots of 100% Cotton, Tri- Company Sponsored 682-8483 or 865-3421 CH&A w/d hkups, $625
cot, Velour, Chambray CDL training in 3 weeks. mo+ $600 dd. No pets/
etc. Call 682-3443 Must be 21. Have CDL? Smoking 803-7096
Tuition reimbursement S
CRST (866)917-2778.
Drivers: Act Now C s6140 -
3340 Sign-On Bonus Crestview
35-41cpm Earn over Coldwell Banker United 3/1 Duplex
Pool Table $1000 weekly Excellent Realtors 117 Courthouse New carpet / freshly
/ery good condition. Benefits Need CDL-A & 3 Terrace, Crestview, FI painted, $700 mo, $700
Asking $175. Call 850 mos recent OTR 32536 (850) 689-1515 DD, pets OK with addi-
82-3535 .for.. more info. (877)258-8782. or (850) 682-5922-EHO tional deposit, 682-7731
E Exchange Coordinators *307 Walnut Ave, 1 br, Mon-Fri
Wanted EF Foundation 1 ba, 700sf, $425 triplex
seeks energetic and moti- 0 305 Walnut Ave 2br
4--- 4100 vated representatives to 1 ba, 900sf, $500 end
help find homes for int'l unit Crestview 3bd 1 1/2
exchange students. Coam- 309 Walnut Ave. 2br, ba. car port, utility room.
NErW mission / travel benefIts. 1ba 900sf, $500 end 155Woodlawn $85Dr. moif
Must be 25+. unit90n85. $685. ma
(877)216-1293. 228 Runnymede Dr. $500. dep. 689-0209
Drivers No Truck Driver Experi- 2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575
ence No Problem. Interior Unit townhouse
Drivers Wil-Trans Trucking Will 0 230 Runnymeade Dr
J & M Company The Teach You How to Drive. 2br, 1.S5ba 930sf $575
nation's premier private Company Sponsored End Unit Townhouse MFW
carter of nitrous oxide CDL Training. Be OTR in 238 Runnymeade Dr.
is accepting applica- Three Weeks. (888) 2br,1 .5ba, 930sf, $575,
tions in the Pensacola 368-1205. Must be 23. 2 Crestview
area for experienced, Interior Unit Townhouse 3br/2ba/1cg & work-
safety- conscious, trac- Post Office Now Hir- 130 Patton St 2br, 1ba shop, Hardwood & tile
tor/semi drivers. ingl Avg Pay $20/hr or 900sf $625 no pets al- floors, Nice Yard! No
Accepted applications $57K/yr Including Fed- lowed Petsl No Smoking close
will receive odometer eral Benefits and OT. 418 Brown PI 2br, to schools.
mileage-pay, bonuses, Placed by adSource not lba 1066sf $650 $7501.mo/ $750 dd -
excellent earnings po- affiliated w/USPS who South of 1.-10 585-1574
tential & home weekly hires. Call 6106 Magnolia Lane -
and great benefits! (866)713-4492 3br,1.5ba 1026sf $695-
Call Neal or Bill Transfer Drivers Need 1 st months rent free
fordetails 40 CDL Class A or B 8146 8th Ave 3br,2ba Crestview- Countryview
800-477-6555 x5172 Drivers to transfer motor 1355sf $750- Laurel Hill 4br, 2 ba, built in 2004.
Mon-Fri. 7am-5pm. homes, straight tcs ^sfONLY $900mo! Call
Class A n-Fri. 72yram-Spm Ex homes, straight trucks, 118 Campbell Dr 3br, Jenny at Pelican Real Es-
Class A CDL, 2yrsExp tractors, and buses. Year 2ba 1207sf $795 pets tate 315-0972
round work. with approval
(800)501-3783 15wit2 Sao ing Pines CT
-" 3br,2.5 ba 1309sf -
/ $800- End Unit
b b5720 Reinke Dr 3br ,
Sw/ approval
1 50 Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba Janet Johnson
O 1165sf $850 1 months Real"y Inc.
rent free to military
SBUSINESS& aNANCIAL *2904 Orchidcrest Dr. Equal Housing
4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $875 Opportunity
Fox Trot Tree Service 5100 -Business '/2 months free rent 682-1800
No job to large or small, Opportunities 238 Tiffot Ct 3br,2ba
Free Estimates. Split fire- 5110 Money to Lend 1620f $899 1st Baker
wood, oak & pecan 20 $899 1st Baker
LIC/INS. Call Paul month's rent free 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
850-398-7677 4a*-i11I *0 4713 Connor Dr 4br, 3 br, 2 ba; $900
S 5 100 2ba 1748sf. $895 0 1112 CountryLiving Rd
Price's Quality South of 1-10 free 3 br, 2 ba; $950
Tree Service $1,000 a day possible months rent to Military res2view
850-398-1169 returning phone calls No 324 vie Dr 3b 3089b Crestview
Stump grinding & free Selling, Not MLM 2ba 108sfkeview Dr r,$900 3089 Cson Circle -
estimates avail. ( 8 0 0 ) 4 7 9 8 0 3 2ba 1088sf 3br, 2ba; $600
www.focusoncash.com appliances included 602 Henderson St
S 118 Palm etto Dr. 4br, 2br, lH b a; $ 625
SHEETS TREE SERVICE $1,000+ per Day. Re- 2ba 1927sf $900 2 r 1 ba; $625
Exp. Tree Trimming and turning 2-min phone Fenced in Backyard216 Virginia St-
Removal, Stump Removal, calls. Talk and get rich. 4815 Summer Creek 1090-5 ba; $625FarmerSt
50ft Bucket Truck and Full training & support. Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf 1090-A Farmer t$675
Brush Chipper. References Available. ove$995 pri fenced 2 br, 1 ba, $675
Free est. Lic./Ins. Serious call $995 privacy ed 202 Virginia St
398-3347 (800)940-6301 or backyard 2 br, 1.5 ba; $700
758-8619 www.cashresultstoday.com 2834 Atoka Trail 4br, 6018 Sand Hill Rd-
A C.ashr- 2ba 1953sf. $995 1 3 br, 1 ba; $725
TREE & STUMP All Cash Candy Route months rent free to mili. 315 Brackin St-
\REMOVAL Do you earn $800 in a tary 3 br 1 ba; $725
REMOVAL day? 30 Local Machines 0 507 White Oak Lane 3 br, 1 ba; $725
15 in. Stump $20.00 and Candy $9,995. 4br 2ba 1850sf $995 2 br, 1.5 ba, $750
537-7700 306-5375 ( 8 8 8 ) 6 2 9 9 9 6 8 First Months Rent Free 2 br, 1.5 ba, $750
200003. Call Ubs 5121 Whitehurst lane r5 b $5

S wundersoldl n e4br, 2ba 1836sf $1000 5292OpportunilyDr-
---Help Others while all appliances included i3 br, 2 ba; t795y
Help^ "BP Others while 1235 Gabrielle Drive n n
Helping Yourself. Fire 3br, 2ba 1758sf $1125 106 SCorwin r-
Stuff Buster Portable your boss. No buying, Large Fenced in back r, 2.S ba i
Buildings No selling, Not a MLM! 9 134 Swaying Pine Ct -
501 Eglin Parkway FWB. www.wealthcomestoyou.com yard 3 br, 2.5 ba; $825
863-2511. Custom star- or (800)272-0363 ext 248 Limestone Cir 6247 Winstead Rd-
age Bldgs. Constructed to 7576 3br, 4ba 1866sf $1200 3 br, 2 ba; $85
FL. codes & State cert. no pets allowed 5682 Reinke Dr-
Serving NWFL since Own A Recession Proof w 228 Riverchase B rlvd 4 br 3 ba, $900
1996. Business Established ac- 4br 2ba 2555sf $1300 e4 br, ba -
counts with the average Month's R 421 Juniper Or-
TNT Metal owner Earning over irMon's Rent 3 br, 2 ba; $995
$200K a year call 24/7 301 Sunesta CT.4br, 1746 Pearl St N -
Building, Inc. (866)622-8892 Code ba 2547 sf $1300 3 br 2 ba; $1000
R.V. & Boat covers, gar- 305. 10% military discount 6317 Havenmist Ln
ages, portable sheds, - .. ... **-.. and /2 M month's Rent free 4 br, 2 ba; $1t l250
CARPORTS to Military 27 04 Ashley Maria Ct
Call for best 5262 Clint Mason Rd 3 br 2 ba; $1250
Galvanized Steel 6100 3br, 2.Sbo 1878sf Big Buck Trail
Manysizes/colors Crestview 800 SF lo- $1400 pets with ap- 3 br, 2 ba, $1250
Free delivery & setup, cated at Southgate office proval Laurel Hill
Single carport $595, complex close to shopp- For further information OLaurel Hill
Double only $695 ing and schools. $750. and to apply online, 6 br, 3 ba; $900
(850) 983-2296 mo.+$750 dd. Available please visit our website b b $0
(850) 206-4008 Nov. 1st. 683-3939 at: www.cburpm.com


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Defuniak Springs
Lakefront
House for Rent
Waterfront lbr 1.5ba
furn with carport.
$650/mo. Call
902-0210 for more
info.



NfMEW ITAV
Holt Home for Rent/
Sale, Owner Financing.
Newly Refurbished, 4br,
3.5ba, 2 cg, Large Eat-in
Kitchen w/ bar. All
Appis, Large Laundry &
walk in Pantry. M.Br, gar-
den tub, walk-in closet. ,
2 porches & deck. 1
acre. On Cooper Lane.
$950 mo 537-4094,
902-3660, 758-7361


NEWf rTIIAV

Holt -New Handi-
capped Friendly. home.
For Rent 2br, 2ba w/
Stainless Applsm with
W/D hookups. Walk-in
closet in M.Br. Lots of
Storage. Carport for
auto. -On Cooper Ln.
$690/mo 537-4094,
902-3660, 758-7361



NtiW roTAV

Crestview Spacious
home available now. Pets
ok. Excellent location.
David 850-423-9728

Rent or Rent to Own
4bd 2ba $850. mo. No
credit needed No Banks
needed 656 McClelland
St. 850-243-2172
buygrandmommyshouse.
com



NEW iroAY

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS-
682-6156
204 Booker St.
$475, 2 br, 1 ba
*231 Lustan Dr, $975
4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
391 Riverchase Blvd
$1100, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
139 Stephens Lane,
$850, 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC

+ Commercial
290 Main Street $1500

All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156

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





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



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Crestview- (2) 2 br
MH's $450 -550/mo
+dd. No pets. 682-6514
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For Rent
Don't miss your opportunity
to live in a
Brand New Touchstone Energy
Efficient Beautiful Quality Built
Single Family Home.

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

Come in and sign a 12 month lease
and receive $100 OFF your 1st
month's rent.
Rent starting at $885.00 per month.


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




EfW oijAV

Crestview 3br, 1 ba,
gar, large fenced yard
on quiet cul-de-sac.
$800/mo + $700 dd.
Pets considered. ,255
Edgewood PI. 259-7277






FWB
Kenwood S/D
602 Mooney
Road
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
link back yard, perfect'
for pets. $299,000.
Call 850 226-6754



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







Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living &1 dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.


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




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Bank Ordered: Land
Auction 2000+ Proper-
ties. Land in 29 States.
No Reserves. Multiple Lot
Packs. Min Bids at $100.
Bid Online at:
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Crestview- Newer MH
close to 90 and Antioc
3br,1ba $575 $500d
217-2750 or 862-4595


Mazda Miata
MX5 2006
28,500 mi, 6spd ADT,
17" Wheels, 6 Disc
CD, power locks & win-
dows, Exhaust, H&R
Springs, Appearance
Pkg. Warranty. $16K.
Call 850-934-5610


Police Impounds for
Sale! 95 Honda Civic
$600! 94 VW Jetta
$500! For listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext
9271.






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




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Ford F-250 1999 Diesel
Lariat, leather, loaded.
New transmission, 24K
warranty. 850-398-2725




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


NC Mountains 2+ ac-
res with great view, very
private, big trees, water-
falls & large public lake
nearby, $49,500 call
now (866)789-8535.


Tennessee Land Rushl
1+acre to 2acre home-
sites, wood, views. Start-
ing at $59,900. Tenn
River & Nick-a-Jack view
tracts now available Re-
tirement guide rates this
area #2 is U.S. places to
retire. Low cost of living,
no impact fee. (330)
699-2741 or (866)
550-5263, Ask About
Mini Vacation!







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***Free Foreclosure List-
ings*** Over 200,000 Dodge Van 1987 with
properties nationwide, wheel chair lift. 31k mile
Low Down Payment. Call $8000. 682-2981
Nowl (800)770-4380. 585-3771




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