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Crestview News Bulletin
Two hours before the polls
closed Tuesday night, the Crest-
view headquarters for the Barack
Obama campaign was buzzing with
a cautious optimism. Heeding their
candidate's call to keep up the cam-
paign momentum, volunteers still faith-
fully manned the phones, taking no vote for
| Snacks were laid out in preparation for what was
expected to be a long evening of watching election re-
turns on the big TV in the center of the main room.
The local campaign's youngest and oldest volun-
teers were both on duty.
Lillie Henderson, 84, kept an eye on the activity from
the comfort of her couch.
Quinn McCardie, 11, scurried around with a broom
getting the suite ready for when the workers could hang
up the phones and start watching the returns.
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CRUNCH TIME: Heeding Sen. Obama's
urge to maintain his campaign's mo-
mentum, volunteers at his Crestview
headquarters were still the phones less
than two hours before the polls closed
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North Okaloosa Fire District
Chief Edward Cutler was picking
up campaign signs Tuesday night
following the defeat of a referen-
dum that would allow a funding
increase for his department.
Despite a concerted effort to
educate voters through various
means, including off-duty fire-
fighters manning the polls to
greet voters and answer ques-
tions, the amendment was de-
feated by a vote of 3,590 to 5,935.
The next step, Cutler said,
will be up to the NOFD Board of
"We will make every attempt
to provide to fire protection that
we can," Cutler said. "We will
continue to fight fires and run
calls until the money runs out."
The next commissioners
meeting is Nov. 20.
"I would invite our citizens to
come and give us some ideas of
how they expect us to operate
now," Cutler said. "I don't know
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"He's really upset that he
can't vote," said his mother,
Melissa Thorner. "He wishes
he could take a test to prove
he knows enough to vote."
Election workers allowed
Quinn, a Richbourg sixth-
grader, to accompany his
mother to her polling place
"as long as he kept his hands
behind his back," Thorner
said. "He could ask all the
questions he wanted."
Mae R. Coleman showed
up at campaign headquar-
ters to do her part every day
except Sunday leading up to
the election. Coleman has
been active in community af-
fairs for many years.
On election night, "eveiy-
body was so nervous," Cole-
man said. "I told them, oh
just calm down, if God wants
Obama to get it, he will.
"Everybody was excited
over there, yes they were,"
Coleman recalled. "We had
gotten some food and stuff,
and some of the younger
people, they were so nervous
they couldn't eat. Me, I ate ev-
erything in sight!"
With John McCain's 10
p.m. concession speech came
a sigh of relief followed by a
wave of jubilation.
"I am so happy. I never
thought as long as I have lived
that I would ever see a black
president," Coleman said. "We
have come together more and
more. We are seeing a 'United'
States. It doesn't say 'Divided'
States. It says United States.
"Now any mother can
say it to their kids, whether
they're black or white or
whatever color, 'you can grow
up to be president some day,"'
NOFD from page 1
what the board's action will
be. They have several op-
tions. They'll discuss those
in the next meeting. That's
speaking as the fire chief.
"As a private citizen I'm
very concerned. I'm a district
resident. I am very concerned
about the misinformation put
out by the Citizens Against
More Taxes Committee. The
misinformation really hurt
our chances," Cutler said.
Had the charter amend-
ment passed, "it would cost
me $70 more in taxes," Cut-
ler said. "Now it may cost me
from $500 to $1,000 more in
insurance, if I can get insur-
ance. That upsets me."
Dan Bowers Sr., chairman
of the Citizens Against More
Taxes Committee, said he
hopes the NOFD will accept
the voters' wishes.
"I think the fire district
had two tries at convincing
the public it deserved a tax
increase to support their ef-
forts, and the public was not
convinced," he said. "If you
believe in the American sys-
tem of elections, then the fire
district ought to do what the
public wants it to do, whether
fire district thinks that's the
right thing or not.
"There are ways to cut that
budget other than firing fire-
men. Go back to fighting fires
and quit doing (other) stuff not
mandated to do by the state
statutes. They are authorized
to do these things, so they're
not doing anything illegal, but
if you don't have the money,
you shouldn't do it."
What was your take on the
NOFD charter amendment
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Elation, however, was tem-
pered with the hope that the
supporters of Tuesday's win-
ners will reach out to those
whose candidates didn't win.
"Obama gives us all a
chance. I feel so good. I feel
like America. I'm just so proud
of him. Whether you're white
or black, we voted for him be-
cause we felt he would do us
all well," Coleman said.
"I'm going pray for that
young man. I just know the
Lord is walking right with
him," Coleman said. "He's go-
ing to help pull not only Amer-
ica together, but he's going to
pull the world together. He's
going to reach out across the
"You know who else made
me feel good?" Coleman
asked. "McCain made a beau-
tiful speech last night. I never
heard McCain talk like that. I
said, 'Well ain't that a blessing
from God, that we're all going
to come together now.'"
Coleman expressed hopes
that those who voted for Sen.
McCain will accord Obama
the same respect she gives
President Bush, though she
did not vote for him.
"He is our president for all
of America. Obama is all of
our president, too.
"If you noticed when he
made his speech, he said 'we'
are going to work together,"
Coleman said. "That is so
beautiful when you include
everybody and move yourself
out of the way."
How will President-Elect
Barack Obama affect the
country? Cast your vote in
our online poll at www.crest-
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Crestview News Bulletin I 3
An unidentified author
once wrote the following
words: "I went out to find
a friend, but could not find
one there. I went out to be
a friend, and friends were
We all need friends and
we need to be a friend. A
recent survey found 70 per-
cent of all Christian pastors
did not have any friends.
How can this be among the
clergy? Especially as we
normally expect clergy to
establish friendships among
their congregations. Could
it be that we who make up
the clergy are not leading
the way in being friends?
I pray not. The Bible tells
us that there is one (Jesus)
who sticketh closer than
brother, (Prov. 18:24). Jesus
or forsake us
BRUCE valley of the
~BRUCE shadow of
SHEFFIELD death. (See
13:5 and Psalm 23:4.)
I earnestly hope your
life is being enriched
through lasting friendships
with others and friendship
with Jesus. We all need
friends in our lives. Life is
not meant to be lived on an
island void of meaningful
We must put friendships
with others as a top priority
in our lives. A true friend
will weep and laugh with
you. A true friend shows up
when you are going through
rough times. A true friend
will encourage you. That
true friend more often than
not will also pray with and
Jesus said in John 15:13-
14, "Greater love has no one
that this, than to lay down
one's life for his friends.
You are my friends if you do
whatever I command you."
to love as He Himself loved
was backed by His commit-
ment to lay down His life
for us. Disciples are His
true friends if they obey
Him. They are also His
friends when they under-
stand what He is doing and
know the truth from the
Father that He has shared
Because of Abraham's
faithfulness to the people
of Israel, he became God's
friend forever, (II Chron-
icles 20:7). Think about
it. The great God of this
universe saw and enjoyed
friendship with Abraham.
We too can enjoy that same
kind of friendship with God
as we put our faith and trust
in Jesus Christ.
It is also important to un-
derstand friendship loves at
all times (Proverbs 17:17).
Rosalie Carter wrote
the following words about
I think that God will
A gift so precious as a
A friend who always un-
And fills each need as it
Whose loyalty will stand
When skies are bright or
Who sees the faults that
But keeps on loving just
Who does far more than
creeds could do,
To make us good, to
make us true,
Earth's gifts a sweet
But only God can give a
Dale Carnegie sums up
what we need to develop
"You can make more friends
in two months by becoming
interested in other people
than you can in years by try-
ing to get people interested
Let's be friends!
The Rev. Bruce Shef-
field is Pastor of the First
United Methodist Church
of Crestview at 599 Eighth
Ave., Crestview (phone
682-2018). Sunday morning
worship is at 8 a.m. in the
Chapel and 11 a.m. in the
Sanctuary for traditional
services, and at 9:12 am in
the Sanctuary for our con-
temporary service. Sun-
day evening service is at 6
p.m. in the Sanctuary. Web
com. E-mail: office@crest-
Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News
Bulletin by 2 p.m. on
DAVE RAMSEY FINAN-
CIAL PEACE UNIVERSI-
TY: at St. Mark United Meth-
odist Church. Free Preview
Dates: Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. and
.Dec. 9 at 6 p.m.
Classes begin: Jan. 6 at 6
p.m. and continue every Tues-
day until March 31.
Child care will be provid-
ed. Classes will meet in the
Church Sanctuary. Contact
April Hight (423-0458) for
more information or attend
BIG MO REVIVAL: Nov.
16-17 at Auburn Pentecostal
Church, 6144 State Road 85
N. in Crestview, at 10:30 a.m.
arid 6 p.m. Sunday, and 7 p.m.
Monday night. Mo is a Dove
award nominee for soloist,
songwriter and musician
of the year. For details, visit
call the church at 682-6357.
CORRECTION: The ad-
dress for the Welcome Assem-
bly of God youth deer hunt es-
say contest was posted incor-
rectly. The address is actually
4568 Yellow Bluff Road, Crest-
view FL 32539. The contest
is for youths age 12-15 years
old. Please mail the event or-
ganizers an essay as to why
you should be selected for the
hunt. Be sure to include your
phone number. The deadline
for the essay is Nov. 15.
EVENT: with guest speaker
Roger Marsh, Chairman of
Raceway Ministries. The
event will be held at Pine Ter-
race Baptist Church at 6212
Pine Blossom Road in Milton
on Saturday, Nov. 15 from 2 to
It will include a fried mul-
let dinner, music and door
prizes with the grand prize of
tickets to a NASCAR race at
the Texas Motor Speedway.
A special Hot Wheels racing
area will be set up for children
Attendance is free; dona-
tions will be accepted to ben-
efit Mission Thailand 2009.
For details or to RSVP
for this event, please call
(850) 623-3954. Visit the Web
site at www.ptbc.org.
AFTER HIS HEART:
Spoken For Magazine and
area ministries, is hosting "Af-
ter His Heart," a free youth
purity conference. The event
will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
Nov. 15, at Rocky Bayou Bap-
tist Church in Niceville.
Open to middle school,
high school, and college stu-
dents, the event will include
small groups, powerful mes-
sages, door prizes, drama
performances, and a free con-
cert. Admission for the con-
ference is free.
Registration has been
extended up to Nov. 14. For
details, please visit www.Spo-
hisheart/ or call Victoria Crow
at (850) 836-4591.
FALL BAZAAR: Nov. 22
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Vic-
torious Life Worship Center
in Crestview, on State Road
85 North, one mile north of
Crestview High School. Call
683-3633 for more informa-
BAKER FIRST UMC
worship is at 8:30 a.m. at the
church, located at located at
5826 N. State Road 189, just
north of the traffic light in
From staff reports
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WOMAN'S CLUB ig
ITMMAGE SALE: The COMMUNITY EVENTS
GFWC Woman's Club
of Crestview will hold a
rummage sale fundraiser
today from 7 a.m. to noon,
in the Woman's Club Build-
ing at 150 Woodlawn Drive,
Crestview (behind Wood-
lawn Baptist Church). Pro-
ceeds support the club's
charities. For details call
from 2 to 6 p.m. for the
Holt Volunteer Fire De-
partment at its 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 draw-
ings are planned. Food and
drinks will be available for
a small fee. Details: Emily,
CASE: will be held Nov. 13
at 6 p.m. at the Okaloosa
Extension Office at 5479
Old Bethel Road in Crest-
Tickets are $4 in ad-
vance from the office, and
$5 at the door. Participants
will receive a 2008 show-
case book with direction,
illustrations and recipes.
For additional details or
tickets, call 689-5850.
WOW: The Thunderbird
Intertribal Powwow will be
held through Sunday on
the Niceville Mullet Festi-
val grounds at the corner
State Road 85 North
and College Blvd. in Nicev-
Admission is $2 to the
event, which starts at 10
a.m. on Saturday and Sun-
Intertribal and contest
dancing, church services
and many other events
are planned. See the
Web site at www.thun-
The Crestview Toastmas-
ters will meet Tuesday at
Azteca Restaurant, 795 N.
Ferdon Blvd. Dinner is at
5:30 p.m. and the meet-
ing will begin at 6:15 p.m.
This is a change from the
normal monthly meeting
because of the Veterans'
Day holiday. Crestview
meets the second Tues-
day of each month at the
Crestview Library from
6 p.m. until 7 p.m. For
more information, call 865-
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YOUTH DEER.HUNT AGES 12-15 Years Girls
or Boys. Please mail us an essay as to why
you think you should be selected. Be sure to
include your phone number.
DEADLINE: November 15th
MAIL TO: 4568 Yellow Bluff Rd.
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PASTOR APPRECIATION BREAKFAST
BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL: Members of the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church gathered at the Laurel
Hill Grill last Saturday morning for a pastor appreciation breakfast honoring
the Rev. Mark Broadhead (top left) and his wife, Celia (standing in back). The
Broadheads mingled with 16 members of the pastor's flock and their guests in
the Hobo Room before they engaged in a spread of pancakes, sausage, bacon,
eggs, grits and hashbrowns."It means an awful lot to Celia and me to be associ-
ated with such a warm, giving group of people," Broadhead said afterward.
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PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
BLACK BELTS: Lisa Gordon, Samantha Jackson, Dylan Brock, Thomas Gordon (in back), Marty Mears, Alex
Cihanowic, Alberto Barbon, Gregory Bledsoe and Bo Jackson
Testing and tournament highlight
month at Gordon Martial Arts
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
What do a school teacher,
banker, doctor, student, spe-
cial forces medic, pharma-
cist, engineer, minister, con-
struction worker, and stay-
at-home mom have in com-
mon? Martial arts, of course!
October was an extremely
busy month for Gordon Mar-
tial Arts, located in historic
More than 50 people from
Gordon Martial Arts were
promoted to the next belt in
line for black belt during the
first week of October. There
were five testing broken
down by age, belt level, and
Taekwondo or Hapkido. Stu-
dents as young as 4 and up
to 50 demonstrated what
they had learned since the
Four people successfully
tested for black belt: Alberto
Barbon, Marty Mears, Alex
Cihanowic, and Dylan Brock.
These four candidates did
all previous patterns, a new
pattern, sparred, executed
and broke boards.
The promotional ceremo-
ny was held Oct. 10.
Gordon Martial Arts
hosted the Fifth Annual Hub
City Martial Art Champion-
ships on Oct. 18 at Davidson
Middle School. Participants
came from all over the Flor-
ida panhandle and as far
away as central Florida and
Call 682-0720 or visit
PROMOTIONS: More than 50 students earned promotions after October testing at Gordon Martial Arts. Front row:
Caleb Harriss, Noah Harriss, Pamela DiMellio, Braeden Pelletier, Logan Pinner, Zac Conley, James Light, Conner
Curcio, Hayden Brammer, Hunter Dickson, Rinoa Smith and C.J. Santana. Second row: Austin Clary, Lucas Ko-
rnegah, Kimberly Atwood, Philipp Poh, Andrew Acol, Drake Fugate, Jade Atwood, Jalen Jackson, Christian Miller,
Cierra Clary, Rean Montesclaros, Ryan Miller, Autumn Jones, Ali Wheelbarger and Lisa Gordon. Third row: Antho-
ny Jett, Brittany Holloway, Bobby Jackson, Devon Grice, Anthony DiMellio, Dalton Grice, Gunnar Curcio, Mya Poll,
Liliana Smith, MacKenzi Creamer, Jen-Yi Klose, Holley Simmons, Lauren Bailey and Katherine Knowles. Fourth row:
Hannah Gould, Alyssa VonAlmen, Matthew Evans, Hailey Gould, Emma Carrigan, Samantha Jackson, Paul Delery,
Leslie Copeland and Sherrie Mitchell. Fifth Row: Bo Jackson, Alex Cihanowic, Thomas Gordon, Dylan Brock, Al-
berto Barbon, Marty Mears, Marlo Holloway, James Whitley, Gregory Bledsoe, Christopher Knowles, Ricky Lagow
and Gage Bailey.
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is one of lifes highest priorities it is constant and without end.
COMMUNITY: We are community, a tree association of
human beings sharing values, bonded by daily experiences
and secure in the knowledge that we care for and respect each
INTEGRITY: We adhere to a personal code of values
Integrity develops out of respect for ourselves and others,
and it carries with it a strong sense of moral responsibility. We
demonstrate integrity by striving to do what is right
Send a letter of nomination with 500 words or
less, typed and submitted with application no later
than Monday, November 17. Applications are also
available online and at participating newspaper
offices. Complete online at each newspapers'
website or e-mail: email@example.com
Questions? Call 850-747-5009
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'BEAR'-Y FUN DAY: Toys of all types were donated by
the event's attendees.
Loads of kindness
at 'Run For the Toys'
Generosity is not in a
recession in north Oka-
The 10th Toys for Kids
"Run For the Toys" this
past Sunday produced
two trucks and a trailer
full of donated toys for
area youngsters in need,
plus $7,000 in donations
for gift certificates for
older children, according
to event organizer Ken
"Considering the times
we are in, there were a lot
of people who helped,"
More than 300 mo-
torcyclists took part in
a country ride starting
at Walmart. The ride
concluded at VFW Post
5450, where more than
900 people enjoyed lunch,
raffle drawings and other
More than 60 busi-
nesses offered donations.
Walmart made a $2,000
donation in addition to
serving as an event host.
Donations from busi-
nesses like First National
Bank of Crestview, Eglin
Federal Credit Union,
First National Bank and
Trust, Premier Commu-
nity Bank, Hometown
Bank, Triple A Mortgage
and many others were
As usual, the VFW
gathering spawned sev-
eral spontaneous acts of
The winner of the 50-
50 drawing immediately
donated more than $700
back to the organizers.
Another door prize
winner donated his $25
door prize along with a
"It went very well,"
All toys and funds are
distributed by Familes
Those still interested
in making a donation can
Go online and view a
photo gallery of the event
PACKED LOT: The motorcyclists who took part in the Run
For the Toys this past Sunday packed the parking lot
at the Crestview Walmart, the event's start site.
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Crestview News Bulletin I 5
It's great just to be alive
After Germany in '45.
We'd crossed the Rhine
On a pontoon bridge
And finished the climb
Of a mountain ridge.
Young T4 Bill was out of luck
Riding inside of an ill-fated truck.
This truck, a radio-repair van,
Pulled a trailer with many a can.
Each contained enough gasoline
To blow the van into smithereens
Snipers above in the mountain wood
Planned to stop us however they
Their tracers were fired into each
And witnessed in back by Tech Ser-
Gasoline flames caused the convoy
Snipers and flames caused most
troops to bolt.
One who didn't run. It was Tech Ser-
Who accepted a task near each flam-
Unbolting, unchaining the trailer
Fully aware of the sniper fire.
He kept working and didn't run
Praying to beat an explosion
It takes courage to stand fast
Working to beat a coming blast
Without a tool at his command
No time for anything but a bare hand.
He lifted the trailer, a job meant for
And told T4 Bill that he should skidoo
Frank watched Bill and the trailer,
Heaved it over a cliff, and the trailer
A mushroom cloud from the trailer
Pieces of metal fiew past Frank's
When all was clear, Frank arose from
And all of the others gathered
The snipers had departed the stage
No doubt in honor of Frank's cour-
Damrose complained, "You were a
If so, Bill has a fool to thank,
But Frank only gives the nod
For Bill to give his thanks to God.
I am Bill, happily alive
After Germany '45. '
Frank returned too without much
And went to live on a country farm.
It is my pleasure to enjoy life and
A precious hero of World War II.
City of Crestview
Director Mike Wing pro-
vided this update from the
city's Technical Review
Committee meeting Mon-
The committee unani-
mously approved site plans
for Redstone Commercial
Complex, a 17,300-square-
foot office building and
building to be constructed
on a 2.95-acre parcel lo-
cated off of the southwest
corner of West Redstone
Avenue and South Ferdon
The committee re-
viewed plans for Bishp
Landing, a 579,218-sqaure-
foot, 504-unit assisted liv-
ing facility on 52.75 acres
located at the end of Stee-
plechase Drive between the
and Interstate 10.
The committee unani-
mously approved an ap-
plication for annexation of
.07 acres adjacent to the
of the Herndon Property,
to be known as The
Enclave, to provide for a
TRC Update appears in
the News Bulletin following
the monthly meetings of the
city of Crestview Technical
Darren Payne, ME
Eye Surgeon & Cataract Specie
Crestview resident William J. One-
by penned the poem "One Didn't Run"
in tribute to a fellow soldier who likely
saved his life during the late stages of
World War II.
"March 29, 1945, began as an or-
dinary, World War II day in Europe,"
Oneby wrote in an accompanying nar-
rative. "But on this day, I was sched-
uled to become a cinder. It was my
turn to die unless a friend would help
me, and the help I would need was
nearly impossible to obtain. The friend
would have to put his life on the line,
place himself in worse danger, than
I who was about to die. In addition,
it would be necessary to disregard
enemy rifle fire and work patiently a
few feet away from 50 to 100 gallons of
flaming gasoline ready to explode.
"I had such a friend and didn't
know it. My friend's name was Tech-
nical Segeant Frank Gregorin, head of
the Radio Repair Section of the 65th
Signal Battalion, U.S. Army. We called
him Greg. I was one of his radio re-
Oneby's narrative concluded: "If
Greg had not been successful, his
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
RECOGNIZING A HERO: Tech
Sgt. Freg Gregorin receives
a haircut from-T4 Bill Oneby
after the rescue.
wonderful four children (two
girls and two boys) would not ex-
ist today. After returning home, I
used the GI Bill, went to college
and became a civil service gov-
ernment employee and wrote
many documents for the Air
Force, Navy and National Aero-
nautics and Space Administra-
"It is time that I remember
my good leader and write of this
VETERANS DAY ACTIVITIES
VETERANS DAY PARADE VETERANS RECOGNITION
The Crestview Veterans
Affairs Committee and the city of
Crestview are proud to announce
the jointly sponsored annual
Veterans Day Parade will be held
The parade will begin at 2
p.m. with form-up starting at
12:30 p.m. in the vicinity of the
First Assembly of God Church on
South Main Street. It will proceed
north on Main Street past the
Okaloosa County Courthouse.
The Disabled Veterans
Crestview Chapter 57 will
sponsor the community Veterans
Day Ceremony at the Okaloosa
County Veterans Memorial Wall
in front of the Okaloosa County
The community is invited to
honor area veterans by attending
the ceremony Tuesday at 11 a.m.
- the 11 th month on the 11 th
day at the 11 th hour.
.Covenant Hospice will be
hosting special Veterans Recognition
Celebrations throughout its 35-
county service area.
Each veteran will be presented
with a Hospice and Veteran's
Partnership pin and a certificate
expressing gratitude for their
years of service to our country.
Celebrations will be held in
Crestview on Tuesday at the
10 a.m. at Parthenon Health
and Rehabilitation, 1849 East First
10 a.m. at Crestview Manor
Assisted Living Facility, 603 North
11 a.m. at Shoal Creek
Health and Rehabilitation, 500
South Hospital Dr.
12:30 p.m. at Crescent Park
Assisted Living Facility, 551 W.
2 p.m. at Silvercrest Manor
Nursing Center, 551 W. Redstone
2 p.m. at Carrington Manor
Assisted Living Facility, Highway
The Carver-Hill Memorial & Historical Society invites the commu-
nity to attend its Veterans Day program at the Carver-Hill Community
Center at 10 a.m. Tuesday. The speaker will be Fletcher Williams. Vet-
erans are asked to line up at the Masonic Hall on McDonald St. at 9:30
a.m. and walk to the center for the program.
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Police seek help
finding missing teen
One didn't run
William J Oneby
Special to the News Bulletin
dark brown hair, brown eyes,
is 5-9 and weighs 135 pounds,
had a small build and carried
Citizens with information
about this mission person
are asked to contact Investi-
gator Armstrong at the Wal-
ton County Sheriff's Office at
892-8186. The case number is
CITY OF CRESTVIEW
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
BEFORE THE LOCAL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Florida Statutes
and Land Use Regulations of the City Code and Operating
Policies thereto that the Local Planning Agency will conduct
a public hearing on Tuesday, November 18, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.
in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview,
Florida to consider and make recommendations to the City
Council regarding requests for Annexation, Comprehensive
Plan Amendment and Rezoning as shown below:
LPA 08-24 -- Request for annexation, comprehensive plan
amendment and rezoning of 0.07 acres located in Section
11, Range 3 North, Township 24 West, and being part of
the parcel identified by PIN 11-3n-24-1441-0000-0020. The
property is to be utilized as additional right of way along
the entrance read of a projected subdivision development
known as "The Enclave ". Requested by H & H LLC,
The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive comments
and make decisions regarding the above matter. The
applications, petitions, exhibits and location maps are
available for public inspection during normal business
hours at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall,
198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard or submit written
comndmts to the Administrative Services Department prior
to the hearing or both regarding the requests.
Any person requiring a special accommodation at this
hearing because of a disability or physical impairment
should contact the City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at
least five (5) calendar days prior to the hearing. If you are
hearing or speech impaired, please contact the City Clerk's
office at the above number.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
Agency with respect to any matter considered at this
available for public hearing, such person willing normeed a recordbusiness
of the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
upon which the appeal is to be based.
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Special to the News Bulletin
The Walton County Sher-
iff's Department is asking
for assistance in finding a
missing teen who was be-
lieved to be headed to the
Joshua "Mikey" Daloia,
17, was last seen May 6 in
DeFmniak Springs. He has
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documents in this Dissolution of Marria
NNOUNCEMENTS case, including has been filed again
orders, are available you and that you are
- Legal Advertising at the Clerk of quired to serve a copy
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preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
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papers in this law-
IN THE CIRCUIT suit will be mailed to
COURT OF THE FIRST the address on rec-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ord at the clerk's of-
AND FOR fice.
COUNTY, FLORIDA WARNING: Rule
CIVIL ACTION CASE 12.285, Florida Fam-
NO. 08-DR5707 ily Law Rules of Pro-
cedure, requires cer-
IN RE : THE MARRIAGE tain automatic dis-
OF closure of documents
MATTHEW A. and information.
DOMBOSKI Failure to comply
Petitioner/ Husband, can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
and missal or striking of
NATALIA V. DOLGOVA, pleading.
Respondent/ Wife. Dated October 28, 2008
CLERK OF THE COURT
AMENDED NOTICE OF By: Beth McDonald
ACTION OF DISSOLU- Deputy Clerk
TION OF MARRIAGE
TO: NATALIA V. 11/08/08
13-61 STROITELEY 11/22/08
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that g
an action for dissolution IN THE CIRCUIT
of marriage has been COURT IN AND FOR
filed against you and -you OKALOOSA
are required to serve a COUNTY, FLORIDA
copy of your written de- CASE NO.:
fenses, if any, to Matthew 08-DR-3241
A. Domboski, Petitioner,
c/o Mark S. Rubin, Esq. IN RE: THE MARRIAGE
RUBIN LAW FIRM, 173 OF:
NE Eglin Parkway Fort CYNTHIA FALTER
Walton Beach, Florida Petitioner/ Wife,
32548, on or before De-
cember 12, 2008, and and
file the original with the
clerk of this court at the CRAIG FALTER
Okaloosa County Court- Respondent/ Husband.
house Annex, 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway Shalimar NOTICE OF ACTION
FL 32579, before service
on Petitioner or immedi- TO: Craig Falter
ately thereafter. If you Current address: Un-
fail to so so, a De- known
fault will be entered Last known address: RO.
against you for the Box 1533 Fort Walton
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Centipede, St. Augustine, Exp. Tree Trimming and
Zoysia, Bermuda. Removal, Stump Removal.
We deliver & install. 50ft Bucket Truck and
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Take Advantage of
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Free Estimate 902-7175 Buildings
501 Eglin Parkway FWB.
863-2511. Custom stor-
Sage Bldgs. Constructed to
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Free Estimates. Split fire- Building, Inc.
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Call for best
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Price's Quality Many sizes/colors
Tree Service Free delivery & setup.
850-398-1169 Single carport $595,
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estimates avail. (850) 983-2296
Road, Suite B, Fort W
ton Beach, Flor
32548, and file the or
nal response or plead
in the office of the Cl
of the Circuit Court,
2008. If you fail to
so, a Default Judgem
will be taken against y
for the relief demand
in the Petition.
DATED at Shalim
Okaloosa County, F
ida, this 13 day of Oc
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRC
By: Beth McDonald
Legal # 100434
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRS
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
CIVIL ACTION CASI
PAZERA, et al,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DAINUS PAZE
A/K/A DANIUS PAZERA
DRESS: 4000 Gulf
race Drive #133
Destin, FL 325410000
UNKIj lOWN C 0 N D 0 M I N
BOOK 1, PAGES
)TI- LAST KNOWN AD- AND PAGES
For DRESS: GINTARE IN .THE OFFICE
age BALCIUNAITE THE CLERK OF
nst 4000 Gulf Terrace Drive COURT. TOGI
re- #133 WITH ANY AND
of Destin, FI 325410000 AMENDMENTS
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ing AND AGAINST THE you and you are r
erk HEREIN NAMED IN- to serve a copy
or DIVIDUAL DEFEND- written defenses,
1, ANT(S) WHO ARE on or before Dec
do NOT KNOWN TO BE 12, 2008, on Flori
ent DEAD OR ALIVE, fault Law Group
you WHETHER SAID UN- Plaintiff's attorney
led KNOWN PARTIES mediately thereafter
MAY CLAIM AN IN- erwise a default
TEREST AS SPOUSE, entered against y
nar, HEIRS, DEVISEES, the relief demand
lor- GRANTEES, OR the Complaint or pe
cto- OTHER CLAIMANTS
WITNESS my hat
LAST KNOWN AD- the seal of this C
DRESS: UNKNOWN this 28 day of
UNKNOWN Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that By:Beth McDonald
an action to foreclose a As Deputy Clerk
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in Florida Default
OKALOOSA County, Group, RL. P.C
Florida: 25018 Tampa,
UNIT #133 OF GULF IMPORTANT
TERRACE CONDO- In accordance w
MINIUMS ACCORD- Americans with I
ST ING TO DECLARA- ties Act, persons a
N TION OF CONDO- abilities needing
MINIUM OWNER- accommodation to
SHIP, RECORDED IN ipate in this proc
OFFICIAL .RECORDS should contact Cc
E BOOK 694, PAGE ministration at 101
742, OF THE PUBLIC Lee Boulevard Eas
RECORDS OF view, FL, 3253
O K A L O O S A telephone
COUNTY, FLORIDA, (850)689-5000,
Fl- AS AMENDED BY IN- sion 7497, prior
STRUMENT RE- proceeding.or S
CORDED IN OFFICIAL (850)651-7497
742, PAGE 916 OF IMPORTANT
THE PUBLIC RECORDS In accordance v
ERA OF OKALOOSA Americans with
IUS COUNTY, FLORIDA, ties Act, persons
AND REFORMED BY abilities needing
ORDER DATED AU- accommodation to
GUST 25, 1975 IN ipate in this pro
N CASE NO. 75-1049, should contact C(
GREAT AMERICAN ministration at 1
ERA PROPERTIES FLOR- Eglin Parkway, S
IDA, INC. VS. GULF FL, 32579; te
TERRACE CONDO- number (850)65
AD- MINIUM ASSOCIA- prior to the procee(
Ter- TION, INC., TO-
GETHER WITH ALL OF 11/01/2008
ITS APPURTENANCES 11/08/2008
ACCORDING TO THE
SS: DECLARATION. THE
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S 6-7, IN THE CIRCUIT
64-65, COURT OF THE FIRST
E OF JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
F THE AND FOR
) ALL COUNTY, FLORIDA
TO CIVIL ACTION
ATION CASE NO. 2007 CA
UNDI- 5140 S
ST IN DIVISION
PURTE- DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
). TIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR
against JPMAC 2007-CH5 J.R
required MORGAN CHASE
of your BANK NATIONAL AS-
if any, SOCIATION
da De- 10/24/07 TITLE DOCS
p, PL., REQUESTED VIA VS -
or im- SM,
er; oth- Plaintiff,
you for vs.DIVISION
petition. TAMARA FRENCH
BARRO, et al,
ind and Defendant(s).
CORDED IN PLAT Legal #100432
BOOK 2, PAGE 62
OF THE PUBLIC REC- NOTICE OF SALE
O K A L O O S A The property described
COUNTY, FLORIDA. below stored at EZ Stor-
age, 150 Old Milligan
A/K/A 608 1ST AVE- Rd., Crestview, FL, (Go
NUE, DESTIN, FL 32541 1.2 miles west on Hwy
90 from Hwy 85) phone
Any person claiming 850-398-2990, will be
an interest in the sold by auction at above
surplus from the address starting at 9:00
sale, if any, other a.m. on November 22,
than the property 2008 to recover unpaid
owner as of the date storage fees. Properties
of the Lis Pendens of Mike Sipos, Thomason
must file a claim Pump Service, Pamela
within sixty (60) Metcalf, Rhonda Lumley,
days after the,sale. Edward Allen Wilcher,
Taureen Kennard Siler,
WITNESS MY HAND Shannon J. Hart, Crest-
and the seal of this Court view Irrigation & Land-
on November 5, 2008. scaping, Patricia Carpen-
ter, List of contents:
Don W. Howard Misc. household and/or
Clerk of the Circuit Court business goods.
By: Beth Mcdonal Cash only, 10% buyer's
Deputy Clerk premium. Jerry Duncan,
American Eagle Auc-
Florida Default Law tions, AB333, AU527
NOTICE OF RESCHED- RO. Box 25018
ULED FORECLOSURE Tampa, Florida
NOTICE IS HEREBY F 0 7 0 4 7 3 7 8
GIVEN pursuant to an ADVANTA-CONV-R-cgon-
Order Rescheduling Fore- zalez
closure Sale dated No-
Law vember 4, 2008 and en- IMPORTANT
0. Box tered in Case NO. 2007
Florida CA 5140 S of the Circuit In accordance with the
Court of the FIRST Judi- Americans with Disabili-
cial Circuit in and for ties Act, persons with dis-
OKALOOSA County, abilities needing special
with the Florida wherein DEUT- accommodation to partic-
Disabili- SCHE BANK NATIONAL ipate in this proceeding
with dis- TRUST COMPANY, AS should contact Court Ad-
special TRUSTEE FOR JPMAC ministration at 101 James
partic- 2007-CH5 J.R MOR- Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
ceeding GAN CHASE BANK NA- view, FL, 32536-3515;
court Ad- TIONAL ASSOCIATION telephone number (850)
James 689-5000, Extension
it Crest- 10/24/07 TITLE DOCS 7497, prior to the pro-
.6-3515; REQUESTED VIA VS ceeding. or Shalimar
number SM, is the Plaintiff and (850)651-7497
Exten- TAMARA FRENCH
to the BARRO; MICHAEL IMPORTANT
Shalimar FRENCH are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the In accordance with
highest and best bidder the Americans with
for cash at IN FRONT Disabilities Act, per-
with the OF. CLERK'S FRONT sons with disabilities
Disabili- DOOR OF SHALIMAR needing special ac-
with dis- ANNEX at 11:00AM, on commodation to par-
special the 5 day of December ticipate in this pro-
t partic- 2008, the following de- ceeding should con-
ceeding scribed property as set tact Court Adminis-
ourt Ad- forth in said Final Judg- tration at 1250 N.
250 N. ment: Eglin Parkway,
halimar, Shalimar, FL, 32579;
lephone LOT 5, BLOCK 8, OF telephone number
i1-7497, RESUBDIVISION OF (850) 651-7497,
jing. KELLYS ADDITION, prior to the proceed-
TO THE TOWN OF ing
TO THE PLAT 11/08/08
THEREOF, AS RE- 11/15/08
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SIIBDrDIDTI N IN-COUNTY OUT-OF-COUNTY
SUBSCRIPTION 13weeks ... $9.00 13weeks ... $14.00
AITE 36weeks ... $17.0 36weeks ... $22.00
RATE 52weeks ... $31.20 52weeks ... $36.20
In accordance with Flor-
ida Statutes, Advance
Storage, Inc located at
5180 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL, will offer
for sale to the highest
bidder the household and
other goods stored in the
below listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to
recover the rents not paid
by the tenants.
Advanced Storage I
Kevin Drummond Unit C8
November .15, 2008
9:00 10:00 am
Teresa Tucker Unit B67
November 15, 2008
9:00 10:00 am
Jeffery Johns Unit H7 No-
vember 15, 2008 9:00 -
John Vargus Unit F28
November 15, 2008
Advanced Storage II
Teresa O'Connor Unit
L14 November 15, 2008
9:00 10:00 am
The sale shall take place
on November 15, 2008
at 9:00-10:00 a.m. at
Lost Sat. Nov. 1st Cock-
atiel Bird gray & white
near Twin Hills Park East
Crestview area. call
Baby stroller found on
Hwy 90 E going into
Crestview on Sat. Nov.
PETS & ANIIMALS
2110- Pets: Free to
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
2150- Pet Memorials
AKC Mini Schnauzer
Puppies. Born 9/1. 3
Fem, 1 Male. Very Cute
& Sweet 850-398-3347
For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi-
and short haired Call
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Crestview News Bulletin I 7
Kittens 7 wk. old also full
grown male cat. All free
to good home. Very af-
Hay for sale. Round ba-
les only. call 758-0945
Sat. Nov. 8,
7:30AM-1:30, 946 Val- *
ley Rd. (Corner of Valley
Rd & Stillwell. Lots of dif- |EAETTEEFOR L EnT
ferent things. 6100 Business/
^*alll"311" L'A 6120 Beach Rentals
S3290 16130- Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
Walk In Bath Tub. New 6150 Roommate Wanted
still in box, includes eve- 6160- Rooms for Rent
rything you need. Top of 6170- Mobile Home/Lot
the line. Paid $6800 will 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
sacrifice for $3500 6190- Timeshare Rentals
240-3273 20-Vacation Rentals
I 3300 6100
Put your order in now Crestview 800 SF. lo-
to have your cated at Southgate office
Thanksgiving Turkey or complex close to shopp-
Ham smoked! Call ing and schools. $750.
Chappy's B-B-Q @ mo.+$750 dd. Available
682-1614 Nov. 1st. 683-3939
Welcome Assembly of
God is sponsoring a
youth deer hunt. Ages
12-15 years boys or 6110
girls. Please mail us an
essay as to why you think I mo Free Rent!
you should be selected. Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
Be sure to include your quiet, gated, No pets
phone number. Deadline $575mo/ $550deo. 12
Crestview 3br, 2ba, 3
yr. old house, 1400sf,
acre lot, Ig kit & brs. Au-
burn area. $875/mo,
4 br, 2 ba, built in 2004.
ONLY $900mol Call
Jenny at Pelican Real Es-
320 G Things to Eat for essay is Nov. 15. mo lease req. 585-6985 Crestview- South of
3260-Health & Fitess Mail your essay to 4568 1-10, 3br, 2ba. Lg fnced
3270- Jewelry/Clothing Yellow Bluff Rd. Crest- yd, pool. 1630sf, $1200
3280 Machinery/ viewFI. 32539 A mo + $1200dd. 2751
Equipment U Ul TO Keats Dr. 376-1085
3290 Medical Equipment N. E Sp Crestvlew Spacious
3300 Miscellaneous Cresfvlew
3310 Musical Instruments Crestvew 1 brapt home available now. Pets
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ 698 Kenneth Ave. Com- ok Excellent location
Supplies pletelyfurnished, utilities David850-423-9728
3330 Restaurant/Hotel incl. No pets. $600.mo -
3340 Sporting Goods c p682-3166 0mo Defuniak Springs
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) _82-3166 Lakefront
fI, ifM ________ Lakefront
FIRE oEPLOYME T Crestvlew Bent Creek House for Rent
Apts1 I Vouchers Ac- Waterfront lbr 1.5ba
S3200 "4100 Help Wanted cepted. Rental assistance furn with carport.
Firewood for Sale: Pick staurantsClubs may be avail. 1 & 2 BR $650/mo. Call
up or delivery available. 4130 Employment HC & non-HC accessible 902-02 for more
Call 398-1169 Information apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. info.
Crestview, FL. Call 850
FIREWOOD FOR -682-5563, TDD/TTY Holt Home for Rent/
SALE: W TD 711. Equal Housing Op- Sale, Owner Financing.
Split Oak & Pecan. Pick 4100 ] portunity Newly Refurbished, 4br,
up or delivery Call 3.5ba, 2 cg, Large Eat-in
850-398-7677 Kitchen w/ bar. All
NEW T AlH e Applis, Large Laundry &
11 F fFR REW Ie l i walk in Pantry. M.Br, gar-
S1 6130 den tub, walk-in closet.
F 3220 Bartender Position: 2 porches & deck. 1
A Brand Name King Pil- Flexible Shift, Must be Crestview- 3 br 2.5 acre. On Cooper Lane.
lowtop set. New in Plas- VFW Member/Auxilary ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart. $950 mo 537-4094,
tic w/warr. $200. Can eligible, Apply Pets ok. $800' mo. 1st 902-3660 758-7361
Deliver 850-471-0330 8AM/10AM @VFW, month free 496-1712 Holt -New Handi-
All22 Brand New Queen 40 James Lee Blvd capped Friendly. home.
All Brand New QueenWest. For Rent 2br, 2ba w/
Pillowtop Set. In plastic
w/warrr. $165. Delivery Customer Servc/Call Ctr Stainless sAppsm with
avaiabe50-25-305 closet in M.Br. Lots of
Bed A 100% all new Full Customer Storage. Carport for
size mattress set in plastic Service Crestview 3 br, 2.5ba auto. On Cooper. Ln.
w/warranty. $119.00. Jackson Hewitt tax TH- near shopping W/D $690/mo 537-4094,
850-471-0330 service is excepting ap- hkup. $750 mo. Pet neg. 902-3660, 758-7361
Dark green recliner, plications for customer MilitaryDisc. 897-0267o Own
like new $80 firm. service reps. Customer 4bd 2ba $850. mo. No
Antique armoire, exc. service & people skills a credit needed No Banks
condition $ 400 firm. 15 locations training choosan needed 656 McClelland
Call 259-6681 from. Apply in person at Wygrandmo50-2ou-2172
_bga1191 E. North Eglin bn ndmommyshouse.
k11ay E. North aFEglin Crestview- 3br, 1.5ba, com
Parkw91ayShalimarF. all appls., W/D hkups,
S 3230 Food Service/Hospitality off street parking. $550 Teel & Waters
mo+dd. 217-7344 Real Estate
Crestview Cracker Barrel of RENTALS
Estate Sale Crestview Now Hiring all
Fri, Sat & Sun 7am-7pm positions Nights Week- 682-6156
597 South Wilson St. ends EOE 682-8804 Ap- 204 Booker St.
Household items, clothing ply anytime. 6140 $475, 2 br, 1 ba
appliances, tools, etc: Health & Beaut y 231 Lustan Dr, $975
c Health& Beauty 2, 3 & 4 BR Houses & 4br, 2 ba, 2 cg S of 1-10
Crestview Shear Attitude has Trailers for rent. Call 391 Riverchase Blvd
Moving Sale spaces available.In a spa 830-2061 or 682-4070 $1100, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
498 E. Chestnut Ave, like environment, stylist, No pets
Sat (8th) & Sun (9th) barbers, nail tech. estheti- Crestview 2BR/1BA + 139 Stephens Lane,
from 8-12. Moving cian. New location 450 E Field Av. CH&A $850, 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC
Sale!!! Playstation 2, 423-7704 $475. mo + dd Call
bookshelf, dog house, 865-8921 Commercial
china hutch, lawn Insurance 290 Main Street $1500
mower, grill, stereo
equipment, clothes, A Terrific Crestview 3BR/1BA
Xmas items, dishes, A Terrific 462 Savage St. call All Properties require a
games, suit cases and Opportunity! 682-3931 credit check, 1 yr lease,
tons moreli! Liberty National Life fees are non-refundable.et
Crestview Insurance Company Crestview Call Debra Frost
Crestview $100,000+ Earning Po- 21 Call Debra Frost
Multi Family tential, Benefits, Pension, fresh pained, $600 682-6156
2 Day Sale 401(k), BCBS Insurance mo, $600 DD, pets ok
Nov 7th & 8th. Fri. 8-6, Call 1-800-257-5500. with additional deposit, -- S
Sat. 8-? Plantation Oaks 682-7731 Mon-Fri B E
4582 Scarlet Drive. (Off0 | 6160___
Live Oak Church Road).
Cash Only NEWrc RdCrestview 3 br, 1 ba, Roommate to share
CH&A w/d hkups, $625 3br, 2ba, brick house
Crestview Medical/ Health mo+ $600 dd. No pets/ $450mo includes all utils
Dental Assistant Certf. Ra- Smoking 803-7096 & cable. Call 689-8978
Multi-Family diography/ Expanded
Garage functions preferred.
Sale Full-time benefit package. la
Saturday, November Fax resume 683-0524 Claud
8th from Medical/Health With over
8:00am-2:OOpm. 4676 -' .] in the au
Shoal River Drive MicroSpine Iencoura
(Adara Country Club). The leader in Minimally and let's l
Collectibles, Clothe, invasive Spinal Surgery is r / needs-. e'
Books, Movies, Toys, seeking full & wartime incentive.
Furniture & much more Medical Records EHEV'LL incentive
C7wE Specialists together wi
Crestview Exp necessary. Fax your that best s
YARD SALE! resume to Administration:
Sat. Nov 8, 8am-4pm, 850-892-4123 or email j B N
1111 Tallokas Rd. (off of firstname.lastname@example.org or W d Your Slverado Headquarter
Old Bethel)32" radial mail to: Attn. Adminis-
drill press, 16" scroll tration, 101 Microspine M CH fVROLBT 4150 S. Ferdon
saw, K tek flowermill, Way, DeFuniak Springs, 682
clothes & many misc. FL 32435.
New carpet / freshly
painted, $700 mo, $700
DD, pets OK with addi-
tional deposit, 682-7731
3br 2ba 1cg
On quiet cul-de-sac, all
electric, only 3 years
old. 1 year lease.
$850/mo + $850 DD.
Pets OK w/add'l de-
posit. Call 682-7731,
I RE ETA FOR W |
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
602 Mooney Rd
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 w/all 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
1 7100 -
Cozy 3 br, 1 ba in M
Crestview with new 7160
paint, tile, carpet, and
much more. Large clos-
ets. Fenced backyard. A
$64,900. Iron Horse NE W f f
Realty 850 951-2703
Crestview 3br, 1ba, 2008 Blow Out! Must
gar, large fenced yard sell all discounted homes,
on quiet cul-de-sac, used homes, and foreclo
$800/mo + $700 dd. sure homes. Call Clayton
Pets considered. 255 Homes for information
Edgewood PI. 259-7277 850-682-3344
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ook at your vehicle
With current cash
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e will find a solution
suits your situation.
s Locally Owned & Operated
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8220 Personal Watercraft
8240 Boat & Marine
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
29K Mi., Factory war-
ranty, auto. Appear-
ance pkg, 6 disc CD,
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1 6170 | 7100 7160 ld 8110
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Power Options NOW16,900 Leather N23900
Alum Wheels Hard Top
03 Ford Explorer Sport .......... $6,900 04 Cadillac Deville .............$13,900
02 Chevrolet Avalanche Z66... $9,900 06 Nissan Frontier Crew SE. $14,900
03 GMC Envoy SLE ................. $9,900 08 Saturn Aura XE................ $15,900
06 Mazda MPV LX.................$11,900 07 Honda Accord .................. $15,900
04 Buick Rainier CXL ...........$12,900 04 Ford F-350 4x4 Diesel...... $16,900
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6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
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soft top (619) 204-1406
Ford F-250 1999 Diesel
Lariat, leather, loaded.
New transmission, 24K
1995 Chevy Van 6 Cyl-
inder, custom interior,
runs good. $1500.
Price reduced! Must
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wife's new car. Her
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Leather. Chrome wheels.
1 owner (non-smoker).
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3120 -Arts & Crafts
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
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Saturday, November 8, 2008 www.crestviewbulletin.com Page 8
Girls High School
'." '. I H .t .. at Crestview,
JV 10 a.m., V Noon.
Boys High School
Escambia at Crestview (at
Davidson ,.d 1.-I JV 5 p.m.,
V 7 p.m.
Girls High School
Pine Forest at Crestview,
Varsity only, 6 p.m.
High School Volleyball
Baker at Sneads, regional
semifinals, 7 p.m.
Friday 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.
Heavy Hitters 12U
The Heavy Hitters 12U
baseball team will hold try-
outs Nov. 15 from 9 to 11
a.m. at the Baker Area Youth
Players who turn 13 before
May 1, 2009 are not eligible.
For more information call
902-6237 or 496-6235.
Thunderbirds semi-pro football
team will hold tryouts Nov. 15
from 9 to 11 a.m., and Dec.
1 3 from 3 to 5 p.m. Tryouts
are at Old Spanish Trail Park.
Wear shorts, shirt and cleats
if possible. Contact Coach
Taylor at 305-2317 or e-mail
corn with any questions.
Players should be 1 8 or older.
The team will compete in the
Premier Football League.
Crestview Parks and
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
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.
Opening day is set for Dec.
6. A draft will be held Nov.
15. If your child isn't returning
to their team from last year he
or she should attend the draft
at Twin Hills Park Gym.
There won't be a draft
for the 5&6 Pee Wee Coed
League. Recreation staff will
make team assignments.
The remaining draft sched-
ule is as follows: Training
League Girls 7-9, 11 a.m.;
Training League Boys 7-9,
12:30 p.m.; Varsity Boys 13-
15, 2 p.m.; junior Varsity Girls
10-12, 3:30 p.m.;Jr. Varsity
Boys 10-12, 5p.m.; Varsity
Girls 13-15. TBA.
Speed, Strength, and
Baseball Skills Camp
Work on explosion, core,
throwing, fielding mechanics,
speed, and acceleration with
Scott Hemond and college
coach, LC Smith. This camp
has all the tools necessary to
become a better athlete, you'll
have a blast and get fast!
The camps are Tuesdays
and Saturdays at the Baker
Tuesday sessions will run
from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Sunday sessions are from 2:30
to 4:30 p.m. Saturday sessions
are from 2 to 4 p.m.
The camp is for players
ages 8 and up. Cost is $99.
ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
GETTING THEIR KICKS: Crestview High School soccer players practiced this week in preparation for their
first game of the season on Monday.
CHS boys soccer
S U pays off this season*
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Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview boys soccer team
kicks off the new season Monday
when the Bulldogs host Escambia
at Davidson Middle School.
It has been a busy off-season
for the Bulldogs as they get ready
for another tough campaign in Dis-
Niceville will be tough as al-
ways. Throw Choctawhatchee and
Fort Walton Beach into the mix,
and the Bulldogs have their hands
full just in Okaloosa County. Pace,
Tate, Pine Forest and Escambia
round out the list of teams in the
The task ahead might seem
daunting, but coach Nick Kootsou-
radis is optimistic the Bulldogs can
"The majority of the high school
team has been playing travel ball
since August, so I think they are
ready," he said. "The boys out here
love to play. They play all year
"The hard part is getting the
enthusiasm from the student body
to get out and support the games.
Our mentality is soccer is not the
'in' sport, but the guys on the team
play hard and love to play."
Between 15 and 20 players re-
turn from last year's junior varsity
and varsity squads.
The senior trio of David Pyle,
lain Mowbray and Tony Hart will
be counted on to help lead the
"Basically it's just like in base-
ball where your best players are
right up the middle," Kootsou-
radis said. "I've got my forward
(Pyle), my midfielder, which is
lain Mowbray, and one of my
strongest backs, which is Tony
Hart. David is one of our top for-
wards. He brings speed and expe-
rience. He's played varsity soccer
and been a starter since he was
a ninth grader. Tony's got incred-
ible speed, and he's an incred-
ible athlete. lain has incredible
ball skills as a midfielder and has
great instincts on what's happen-
ing on the field and knows how to
make the plays.
"There a lot more that I could
name, but those guys are going to
be the key for us this year."
Mowbray likes the way things
are coming together, but he thinks
there is still work to do.
"We probably need to work on
passing the ball and working to-
gether," he said. "Hopefully that
will come around as we get into
Hart can already see the effect
of having so many players on the
"I think we are working good as
a team," he said. "Since we have
the travel team we all know each
other a little bit better and I think
we are working pretty good toward
Pyle gave up his senior year of
football to concentrate on baseball
and soccer. He can tell a differ-
"I'm getting back to where I
need be before the season starts
rather than getting in shape mid-
way through the season," he said.
"I want us to have a winning re-
cord and to at least win a game in
the district tournament."
If the Bulldogs are to have a suc-
cessful season it will come down to
one simple thing.
"The key for the team is unself-
ishness and to play as a team,"
Kootsouradis said. "It's not about
me, or it's not about you as an indi-
Let's play as a team, and that's
how we are going to win games, if
we are unselfish."
Visit our online Crestview
soccer reference pages at www.
on the "Sports" tab, and then
click on "Crestview sports home
Golf Tips from
As told to Randy Dickson
Most golfers have
heard that they need
to keep their head still
throughout their swing
and through impact.
In this segment of '
Golf Tips from the Pro,
Heritage Plantation, -
PGA teaching pro Jeff-
Marks points out the .*
problems with that -
This week we will talk
about the role of your head.
If the "bowling ball" is in the
wrong position in your golf
swing you are going to hit
some goofy shots.
That old myth of keep-
ing your head still when you
are hitting longer shots? That
Two of the old adages in
golf are keep your front arm
straight and keep your head
down. Well, it's OK to keep
your front arm straight as long
as you are not too stiff, but
you definitely do not keep
your head down in a full golf
I'll explain to you how it
all works. If I keep my head
down and still I have an op-
tion in my golf swing. I can
do nothing and just swing my
arms, or I can tilt.
When I tilt you'll notice my
weight falls to my front side. If
I tilt going back I'll have to find
an equal and opposite force
coming down, which is tilting
again. Invariably, my weight is
going to fall to my back foot.
Lo and behold, my bowling
bowl my head pops up
and I look straight up.
What we want to feel in
the golf swing is we want our
eyes looking down toward the
golf ball, but we want to feel
our (head) level and back a
couple of inches so we can
wind into the back hip in the
On the follow-through, the
head is going to work back
to center nice and level. You
can see my eyes are looking
down. And then through im-
pact your head comes up.
It's very important to feel
that you are freeing up some
of the weight on the front hip
as I go back so I can coil and
get my weight into my back-
side. So the head does work
level going back and forth.
You also see as my head
goes back I'm coiling around
so it's more of a rotary mo-
tion in the shoulders, which is
going to flatten out my swing
plane and get me to hit more
from the inside. If you want to
hit a draw it's a critical thing to
Most golfers that keep their
head very still over the golf
ball tend to hit a slice or a
pull slice. By letting your head
move a little bit in the swing
you are going to take care
of that and will be able to hit
some really long tee shots.
A lot of people are won-
dering how far I should move
my head. Well a few years
ago they took Vijay Singh and
measured Vijay's head and
how far he goes in his back
swing. He goes about four-
and-a-half inches back and
eight-and-a-half inches forward
in his follow-through.
That's about 13 inches for
a guy that consistently hits the
ball more than 300 yards right
down the middle so it's got to
If you have a golf
question for Jeff Marks
e-mail it to Randy
Dickson at randyd@
*c esveasum-wL r