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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: November 12, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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CRESTVIEW


CHS, Baker
hit the road
in Week 11

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Wednesday, NOVEAl


INSIDk


Baker
celebrates
Homecoming
A2


Crestview
marks Veterans
Day A5


Meet
Bond. James
Bond A7

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ART ............................... A3
OBITUARIES............................. A4
OPINION ............................ A6
SPORTS ................................... B1
CLASSIFIEDS ........................ B4-b5
BUSINESS ...................... B6

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CrestView boy
wins in his Fishing
Rodeo division

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
A 9-year-old Northwood Elementary
School third grader hauled in a cobia % eigh-
ing nearly 40 pounds to win in his division at
this year's Destin Fishing Rodeo.
"It was a big one. wasn't it?" said Connie
Stiles. proud mother of junior angler Devin
Stiles. 1
The 38.8-poiund cobia wasn't the biggest
fish Devin's ever caught
"He caught a 52.2-pound gag grouper,"
Stiles related. "He's only 52 pounds himself.
And it was a little bit taller than he is, too."
Fishing helped Devin recover from a
near-tragedy.
Devin was mauled by a pit bull last year.
For his therapy, his mom would have him
toss a weight on the end of his fishing pole
out into the yard and reel it in. The exercise
helped develop Devin's fishing skills.
"He's a great fisherman, he really is,"
Stiles said. "He lives for fishing, I'll tell you
that. When he landed the cobia, I got a pic-
ture of him pointing to his name up on the
board. He was just so proud of that."
The cobia, rodeo entry number 868, won
first place in the Joe Young Constructors
Cobia Division.
"Devin said if he wins money at the
rodeo, he wants to save it and buy a boat
someday," Stiles said.
Devin spends his free time and many
a weekend with his grandfather, Jim Rice,
who works down on the Destin docks with
Owen Marler and his son Greg Marler, the
captain of the Gentle Wind.
"Devin tries to keep his grades up so he
can go down there on weekends. He's the
bait boy on the boat," Stiles explained.
"He doesn't have a problem with clean-
ing his own fish, gutting them, and filleting
them."
See FISH STORY A8


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THE DESTIN LOG
GONE FISHIN': Devin Stiles of Crestview was a winner
at the Destin Fishing Rodeo. Devin Stiles'
cobia weighed 42.2-pounds before it was gutted.
He was fishing aboard the "Gentle Winds."
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Council

approves


FAMU

memo

Letter addresses

environmental,

historical issues

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The city of Crestview took
another step closer to bring-
ing a Florida A&M pharmacy
school to the area Monday
night.
The Crestview City Coun-
cil approved by a 3-1 vote a
memorandum of understand-
ing between the city and
Florida A&M University re-
-garding the proposed, FAMU
rural diversity' health care
facility in the Alatex building
in downtown Crestview.
Linda Parker opposed.
Council President Lillie
Conyers was unable to at-
tend. The motion included
minor edits to the original
draft of the memorandum.
Much of the document re-
stated prior council actions.
The memorandum of under-
standing did address pos-
sible environmental issues
with the Alatex Building, the
building's historic signifi-
cance and conditions under
which the building would re-
vert to city ownership.

Environmental issues
The university will com-
mission an audit of the build-
ing's environmental condi-
tion.
If hazardous materials
are found, the city would then
determine the cost of needed
repairs
"After evaluating the
Abatement quotes, the City,
in its sole discretion shall de-
cide whether such abatement
and/or removal is practical
and in its best interest and
whether it intends to convey
the Alatex Property to the
University as contemplated
herein," the memo states.
"If the City decides not to
convey the Alatex Property
to the University as contem-
plated herein, it shall so in-
form the University in writ-
ing and neither party shall
have any further responsibil-
ity to the other.
"If the city decides to
cause the abatement and
removal, the city shall have
sole responsibility for the
cost of the abatement and
removal."

Historic value
The memorandum con-
tains two clauses emphasiz-
ing the building's historic
importance.
One of the passages
states, "The conveyance in-
strument may (shall) con-
tain a covenant requiring the
University to maintain the
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2008


Photos by ANN SPANN | Crestview News Bulletin
THE ROYAL FAMILY: Baker's 2008 Homecoming Queen, Jessica
Gilmore (left), was crowned by her sister, Courtney, who was the
2007 Queen.


GATOR IN TRAINING: Billy Whatmough poses
with a little Baker Gator on the sidelines.
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LEADING THE PARADE: Baker's Army ROTC unit led the Homecoming
parade.


SPIRIT RIDE: Students came in their Gator colors
for the parade.


PREGAME PARADE: Gator varsity players and coaches were all on
board for the 2008 Homecoming parade.


AREN'T THEY SWEET:
Little Gator
cheerleaders (at
left) threw candy
during the
Homecoming
parade.


SOUND OF THE
SWAMP: The
Gator band
drumline
entertained the
crowd.


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Toys For Tots

announces local

drop box locations
Special to the News Bulletin

Toys For Tots has announced its toy drop locations in
the area. The local Toys For Tots drive benefits 1,500 chil-
dren in the Crestview, Laurel Hill, Baker, Niceville and
Valparaiso communities.
In Crestview: American General, Bella Donna Day
Spa, Crestview Open MRI, Crestview News Bulletin, DR
Horton Model Home, Hankinson Family Chiropractic,
Jewelry Garden, Liberty Tax Service, North Okaloosa
Medical Center, Regions Bank (North Crestview) and
ReMax
In Niceville: Chiropractic Associates, Henard Fam-
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Valparaiso: Valparaiso City Hall and Valparaiso Deli/
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If you would like to volunteer your time to help this
cause, visit http://mertoysfortpts.webs.com or www.toys-
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CHAMBER CALENDAR
Upcoming Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce
events:
The Education Committee meets at 8:30 a.m. Nov.
18 at the chamber. The committee is sponsoring a Col-
lege and Career Night at Baker School from 6:30-8 p.m.
Thursday.
The PILOT (Professional Inspired Leaders of To-
morrow) young professionals committee meets at noon
Nov. 20 at Mia's. Crestview Mayor David Cadle is sched-
uled to speak. The committee is designed for area young
professionals ages 21 to 41.
The Governmental Issues Committee meets at 8
a.m. Nov. 25 at the Chamber. Newly elected government
officials are expected to address the committee in the
coming months.
The Health and Wellness Committee meets at 8
a.m. on the first Tuesday of the month at the chamber.
Members of the Military Affairs Committee meet
at 11 a.m. the second Tuesday of the month at Ryan's.
Contact the chamber for if you are interested in becom-
ing a member.
The chamber will be closed Nov. 27-28 for the Thanks-
giving holiday.
Contact the chamber at 682-3212 to learn how to be-
come a member of the Crestview Area Chamber of Com-
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Check it OUT


Jean Lewis
Library Director


PROGRAMS
Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m.
you're invited to visit an au-
thentic American Indian
hunting camp. Once again,
Farris Powell Blue Heron
(Wah-ka-chobee) will pres-
ent this educational outdoor
program. You will learn
:about the clothing, weap-
ons, tools, games, musical
instruments and sample the
food of the Seminole/Creek
Indian. Wear clothing ap-
propriate for the weather
and bring chairs or blankets
for sitting. Once you arrive
in our parking lot you will
be greeted by the sounds of
the Native American flute
played by Dale Palmer of the
local dulcimer music group
The Pelican Pickers. Follow
the sound of the flute to the
hunting camp. Don't miss
this free event.
The holidays are right
around the corner. Mark
your calendar for Dec. 16,
Noel Night. Take a break
from the busy holiday
preparations and bring the
whole family to the library
to celebrate the winter holi-
days with us. Join us for
music, crafts, food and fun,
all free at the library. Come
make crafts for Christmas,
Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.
There will be prizes and
maybe a surprise visit from
you-know-who.
The December Crafts
From Around the World
program will be held
Dec. 15. Children ages 6
and up join us in our travels


around the world. We will be
stopping this month in Ant-
arctica. The craft will be a
snow globe. Children may
start their craft any time
after 3 p.m. should finish by
5 p.m. Space is limited so
please come in and sign-up
before Dec. 15.
Teens 12-18 join us for
Nintendo Wii play every
Friday afternoon from 2 to
4 p.m. Parents and family
members are welcome to
hang out and use the library,
but the Wii activities will
only be available to teens.
Any questions please ask
Ms. Janice.
Sign up at the front
desk and receive a birth
month shape, write your
child's name and birth date
on it and we will pos t on
our Birthday Club board.
November's shape is a leaf.
Children may come into the
library during their birth
month, find their name and
shape on the board and
bring it back to the front
desk to receive a prize.
The next Story Time is
Nov. 19 or20 at 10:15 a.m. The
theme is "Giving Thanks."
Children who are at least
3 years old are welcome to
participate in the stories,
finger-plays and crafts.
The next Lap Sit is Nov.
18 at 10:15 a.m. The theme
will be "Thanksgiving." Lap
Sit programs are designed
for children under the age of
3 and their caregiver.
Once again we are ask-
ing our customers to bring
new children's books to
the library and place them
in our Give the Gift of
Reading box. We will collect


the books between Dec. 1
and Dec. 20. The books will
be donated to the Okaloosa
County Head Start.
Friends of the Ciest-
view Library will meet Nov.
20 at 10:15 a.m. Betty Smith,
Program Assistant from
Okaloosa Saves, will present
a program on Identity Theft
and introduce us to a fun
game called "Looking at
Your Money Habititude."
Friends and guest are wel-
come.


REMINDERS
The library will be
closed Nov. 27 and 28. We
will reopen Nov. 29 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
There will be no deliv-
ery of reserve requests (for
books, audios, movies) from
other OCPLC libraries Nov.
24-28 or Dec. 22-Jan. 2.


STAFF PICKS
"Prisoner of Tehran: A
Memoir" by Marina Nemat
(MCN B Nemat). This is
the story of what happened


to a young Iranian girl dur-
ing the Ayatollah Khomeini
Revolution.
Marina was just 16 when
late one evening two armed
revolutionary guards came
to her parents' home and
arrested her. She was taken
to the Evin prison in Tehran
where she was tortured and
sentenced to death. Her only
crime was being young and
rebellious in school. When
her math teacher started
teaching the Koran instead
of calculus she spoke up and
asked that he just teach cal-
culus. The teacher told Ma-
rina if she didn't like it she
should leave. Marina left the
classroom. As if on queue
her classmates also walked
out. As the word got around
school many other students
walked out that day. This
was a spur of the mo-ment
revolt, but Marina's name
was turned in as a political
organizer. During the time
of Ayatollah Khomeini's
revolution hundred of stu-
dents were arrested and
imprisoned. This memoir
gives us an in-depth look
at the horrors imposed on
these young prisoners. Her
first night in prison she was
beaten by one guard until


she was unconscious and
the other guard fell in love
with her. Ali found Marina
attractive and brave. Be-
cause of his love for her Ali
saved her from execution,
but demanded that she
marry him. He threatened
to harm her family if she did
not marry him and assume
the Islamic faith. She agreed
and was spared the execu-
tion, but was sentenced to
imprisonment for life. She
spent two years in the Evinr
prison. Her story of those
years and the people she en-
countered is astonishing as
well as unforgettable.
"Edge of Evil" by J.A.
Jance (CD Mys Jan). I en-
joy listening to books on CD
when I'm driving. It doesn't
matter if I'm on a short trip
or a long trip. I always have
a book to listen to in the car.
This week I'm listening to J.
A. Jance, whom you might
recognize as the author of
the Joanna Brady series
of books. She introduces a
new character in this book,
Alison Reynolds. Ali, a tele-
vision news anchor, is fired
from her job because of
age discrimination. On the
same day she finds out her
husband has a younger girl-
friend. The next day Ali is
called home to Sedona, Ariz.,
to comfort the family. of her
high school friend who was
killed in an auto accident,
an accident Ali believed was
a homicide. At home in Se-
dona she starts working for
her family in their diner. As
a form of therapy she starts
an online blog, just to talk
about her frustrations with
work, marriage and the


death of her friend. Little did
she know that a blog would
be so popular and consume
so much of her time. You
bloggers out there would
be interested in what hap-
pened to her because of her
blogging. She learned too
late that you never give your
real name or location when
you are blogging for fear of
someone becoming angry
at what you have said and
coming to look for you. YOu
will immediately become in-
volved in the mystery of who
killed Ali's friend and who
is trying to kill Ali. This is. a
good mystery and one with
an unexpected ending.


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


CONTACT US
On the Web: www.cityof-
crestview.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Dr., Crestview, FL
32539 (Behind the Crestview
Post Office)


QUOTE
"Books are the legacies
that a great genius leaves
to mankind, which are deliv-
ered down from generation
to generation as presents
to the posterity of those who
are yet unborn." Joseph
Addison


SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
CLARA & THE PRINCE: After her godfather's Christmas Eve
party, young Clara, danced by Darby Hooton, settles
down with her favorite gift, a beautiful nutcracker. In her
dreams, it comes to life.


'Nutcracker' lives again in


NWF Ballet performance


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The story dates back to
the 19th century, yet the joy
is as fresh as they day it first
filled the pages of E.T.A.
Hoffman's "The Nutcracker
and the King of Mice."
The Northwest Florida
Ballet takes to the stage of
the Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Center next
weekend to bring this peren-
nial family holiday favorite.
Set to one of Tchaikovsky's
most beloved scores, the
story unfolds on Christ-
mas Eve in 1835 in a small


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

PHC SOCIAL: Parthenon
of Crestview would like to
invite you to attend a Fun Day
Social at the Crestview Senior
Center on Stillwell Blvd. in
Crestview on Nov. 20 at 1 p.m.
Cake and hot cocoa will be
served. All senior adults wel-
come to this free event.
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 Me-


German town. Clara
receives a beautiful wooden
nutcracker from her god-
father, Herr Drosselmeyer,
at a party. Afterward, she
sneaks downstairs to curl
up with her gift, falls asleep,
and her dream comes magi-
cally to life around her.
Welcome the holidays at
the Northwest Florida Bal-
let's performance of "The
Nutcracker," Nov. 22, at 7:30
p.m., or at 2:30 p.m. on Nov.
23. Tickets are $32 for adults
and $16 for children..
Visit www.nfballet.org or
call (850) 664-7787 for further
information.


linda Manchee at (850) 902-
7351, or e-mail Melina.man-
chee@yahoo.com.
HOLIDAY SHOWCASE:
will be held Thursday at 6
p.m. at the Okaloosa Exten-
sion 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, call 689-5850.
BLOOD DRIVES: for the
Northwest Florida Blood Cen-
ter will be held as follows:
Thursday at Baker School,
1 to 8 p.m.
Saturday at Knights of
Columbus, 701 E. James Lee
Blvd., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Local


Obituaries


Announcements


Elizabeth Gatlin, age 85, of Crestview,
passed away Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008.
She was born Dec. 18, 1922 in Baker
and was a lifelong resident of Okaloosa
County. She was a member of Calvary
Baptist Church and retired from the
Okaloosa County School District, where
she worked in the lunchroom at Baker
School.
Survivors include one son, Stephen and
wife Jane Smith; one sister, Velma Gordon;
one grandson, Michael and wife Priscilla
Smith; one great-grandson, Devin Smith;

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Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m.
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the Revs. Rhett Everage and Ted Jernigan
officiating.
Burial will follow in Milligan Cemetery.
The family received friends Tuesday from
6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Brackney Funeral Service is in charge of
arrangements.
Sign, leave a remembrance or view the
guest book for Elizabeth Gatlin online at
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Representatives from
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dents.
For most students, de-
termining how to pursue a
career is nearly as tough as
choosing one. This event of-
fers firsthand information
on career options and their
paths to local high school
students and their families.
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ipate as a business or school,
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CCB Bank offers
coloring contest and
Christmas with Santa

CCB Community Bank
at 1290 N. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview is holding a col-
oring contest for students
in kindergarten through
fifth grade. The deadline for
the contest is Nov. 20. The
first place winner will win a
new bike. The second place
winner will win a surprise
Christmas basket.
The bank will announce
the winners on Dec. 4. Call
682-0484 or visit the bank to
enter the contest. The bank
also invites everyone to join
in its first Christmas with
Santa event on Dec. 4 from 4
p.m. to 8 p.m.
Kay Brown Photography
will be taking pictures and
offering one free 5-by-7 and
discounted picture packag-
es. Santa will also hand out
the prizes for the winners of
the coloring contest. Snacks
and refreshments will be
available for all.

Dittman appointed
to Commission on
Disabilities

Henry Dittman, 65, is one
of 21 people across the state
appointed by Gov. Char-
lie Crist to the Governor's
Commission on Disabili-
ties. Dittman succeeds Wil-
liam Perry. His term began
Wednesday and ends July
1, 2009. "I am extremely
honored to be appointed by
the governor and I will do
everything I can to speak
for people with disabilities
in northwest Florida," Dit-
tman said. Dittman is the
only appointee west of Tal-
lahassee.
The commission was
formed in 2007. It advances
public policy and works
with state agencies and
organizations on behalf of
Floridians with disabili-
ties.

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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Crowds lined Main Street
in downtown Crestview on
Saturday afternoon to honor
local veterans during the
Crestview Veterans Day Pa-
rade.
The area's service or-
ganizations took part in
the event, along with local
,bands, ROTC groups and
scout organizations.
The parade was spon-
sored by the Crestview Vet-
erans Affairs Committee
and the city of Crestview. PHOTOS BY KYLE WRIGHT


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Crestview moving forward with multiple projects


Crestview City Council mem-
ber Linda Parker provided this
report from the Crestview City
Council.
The City of Crestview is moving
forward with many projects.
The new pedestrian
path at Twin Hills Park will
have its official ground- -
breaking today with con-
struction scheduled to begin
soon thereafter. The $400,000
project is being paid for by a
$200,000 FRDAP grant, with
the remaining $200,000 com-
ing from in-house labor and LI
property value. PA
The Historic Downtown
is growing by leaps and bounds. We
see new restaurants and business-
es opening, courtyards and murals
on walls, and we hear chimes play-


ing music every hour. All this gives
our downtown a warm and wel-
come feeling.
Be sure to join us on Dec. 6 at
5:30 p.m. for the lighted Christmas
Parade on Main Street.
The Downtown Historic Dis-
trict will see improvements
beginning in the next few
b, e months. The city, through
CRA funds, will be upgrad-
ing lighting and paving al-
leyways to make driving
and walking more conve-
nient. Also, the new barri-
cades have proved benefi-
NDA cial in our last two parades.
RKER We have applied for a
CDBG grant to continue to
improve our Downtown Historic
District. This is the same grant
that allowed us to complete the
three phases of Main Street and


CITY
COUNCIL

CORNER
Wilson Street improvements over
the past 10 years, with sidewalks,
benches, signs, paving, bricks and
landscaping. If we are successful
with this year's grant request we
plan to add public parking in this
growing area.
We recently dedicated the
expansion of the city's wastewa-
ter treatment plant. This expan-
sion prepares the city to deal with
the growth expected in the next
several years. Additionally, the
next phase of plans prepares for
growth beyond BRAC and for the
use of "grey water" for irrigation


in the Crestview area. This will
make the city much more efficient
at preserving our drinking water.
The City's Library and Com-
munity Center will have a new ad-
dition soon. A new reader board
sign at Industrial and Commerce
Drive will announce the City's
activities at those locations. The
Library's usage has increased
significantly, and the Community
Center is the largest facility of its
kind in North Okaloosa County.
The City's budget for 2009
includes approximately $400,000
in paving projects of our city
streets.
We are extremely proud of
our first connector road project,
Brookmeade Drive, to help pull
traffic off of State Road 85. This
road was built in-house by our
Public Services Department and


is the first of numerous roads to
be built by the city of Crestview.
The Redstone East extension is
also one of the named connector
roads and has recently been com-
pleted.
Public safety is keeping up
with growth in Crestview with new
firemen and police officers, the
new fire station on Brookmeade
Drive and the new police depart-
ment expansion on Stillwell Blvd.
Our Veterans Day Parade last
week was one of our best. This
event recognizes the dedication
and sacrifice of our military men
and women. Our city employees
always do a good job getting us
ready for this special event.
City Council Corner rotates be-
tween members of the Crestview
and Laurel Hill city councils.


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TRUE HERO: Madison Mosner, a fifth-grade student
at Antioch Elementary, was proud to introduce
her hero, Sgt. Joseph Mosner, to her friends and
teachers during an "Introduction to Veterans
Day" assembly. Sgt. Mosner shared just a few
of his experiences from his courageous tour of
duty in Iraq, where he earned not only a Purple
Heart but also the Bronze Star Medal for hero-
ism. He shared his sense of duty to country and
explained to the students why "Freedom is not
Free."


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HUBBUB
Here is a sampling ofwhat people had to say about re-
cent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments were
collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Local Barack Obama headquarters jubilant
and hopeful' after election... but some local residents
aren't so jubilant or hopeful.
Whether you like it or not, Obama is going to be our
president for the next four years. Nothing you can do legally
to stop it. So accept it and support him. He needs all the help
he can get.

Topic: North Okaloosa Fire District's charter amend-
ment proposal rejected by voters for a second time.
What are some of things you guys suggest NOFD do
without? Functioning equipment? Their newest fire engine
is 21 years old. That's a year older than minimum industry
standard. Salaries? They are already the lowest-paid fire
department around. Do you want to have to swipe your Visa
card to activate the stream of water from their fire trucks
when it's your house burning down? NOFD has done with-
out for so long to keep your taxes down. You have enjoyed a
cheap ride. Now it is time to pay up. And no, I am not a fire-
man or related to a fireman, but I did take time to research
this issue and talk to firemen to understand their need. I
don't want my taxes to go up, either, but I also don't want my
house to burn down because NOFD can't respond efficiently
because whiners like you guys voted against a needed in-
crease.
\
Sixty percent of the voters rejected the NOFD tax in-
crease in August. Sixty-two percent of the voters rejected
the NOFD tax increase in November. At the state level, ev-
ery constitutional amendment proposing tax breaks passed
and the one proposing a tax increase failed. I'm amazed that
those feeding at the taxpayer trough don't get the message.
It's very simple. Taxpayers want them to cut spending, not '
raise taxes.

Well how would the NOFD cut spending? They are driv-
ing old and used vehicles. They have been paying the fire-
fighters from a grant and almost all their equipment is from
grants. Every other fire department in the county is funded
by taxes based on a millage rate except North Okaloosa.
That is why it is the lowest-paid and lowest-funded depart-
ment in the county. People don't want to pay for what they
think they should get for free. Well, they will get what they
pay for-- nothing.

There are several ways to trim without cutting firefight-
ers or their pay. First, do only those duties required by stat-
ute/charter. As I read it, The NOFD is only required to fight
fires. They are not required to respond to other calls like
EMS and vehicle fender benders. This would cut the num-
ber of responses, and thus expenses, significantly. Second,
the pay to board members can be cut/eliminated. They got
us in this mess, they can work without pay to get us out of it.
Third, cut/eliminate the attorney fees. There is no statutory
requirement to have an attorney. Hire one only when abso-
lutely necessary. Fourth, prohibit unnecessary use of fire
vehicles. It's not necessary to drive a fire truck to get lunch
at Subway or Little Ceasars. How about those for starters?

We can argue this until the cows come home, but the
bottom line is the voters have spoken, twice, and it is still de-
feated. The NOFD will just have to manage with what they
have or disband. The tax has been defeated and the money
is what it is so get over it and figure out how to operate on
what you get.

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


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"A man with responsibilities can't walk
around with his head in the clouds all the
time. A man should keep his feet solidly
on the ground. Oh, man should have his
dreams, but a man has to learn to put those
dreams to some practical use, not just sit
around and think about them all the time."

DICK VAN DYKE
(1925-)
American TV and film actor, as Commander Potts
in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"


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PASSING SHOTS



What local conservatives



should learn from Obama's win


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d do not Sound familiar?
ect the opin- Here's the kicker: The
paper as a historian's account comes
from the 1932 presidential
election, when Franklin D.
offered this Roosevelt (the Democrat)
residential won his first term.
Okaloosa County voters
or supported the Democrats
in 1932, but had a decidedly
different response to Presi-
dent-Elect Barack Obama.
S, John McCain, the Re-
publican nominee, car-
ried about 72 percent of
KYLE WRIGHT the presidential votes in
(850) 682.6524 Okaloosa County. Obama
attracted just 27 percent of
the local vote.
in issue of Many of McCain's local
as individu- supporters, through letters
station. 'We to newspapers and online
position comments, expressed some
change,' of the same concerns raised
) said. 'It is about Roosevelt back in
hat comes 1932 that an Obama vic-
'elopment tory could signal a depar-
) which I ture "from the principles
proposal to upon which we have builded
foundations the nation."
fe which I happen to agree.
ad through I have nothing against
sting and the idea and now the
principles reality of a President
iave builded Obama. I blogged in Oc-
tober that I wouldn't be
he Demo- bothered by a McCain win
. The histo- or an Obama win. I haven't
s explana- changed my mind. And I
don't give any credibility to
nably repre- the people who refer to our
sire on the president-elect as things


like "B. Hussein Obama"
and make other ridiculous
charges.
I do give lots of credibil-
ity to the people who believe
an Obama administration
could result in a bigger-
than-ever role for a federal
government that already is
too big.
Here's the part the 72
percent of people in Oka-
loosa County who voted
for McCain would do well
to understand: A bigger
role for government "a
desire to use the govern-
ment as an agency for hu-
man welfare" is what 52
percent of voters across
the country (Obama's take
in the popular vote) seem
to want.
Does that go against "the
principles upon which we
have builded the nation."
Yes. Go back and read
about Founding Fathers.
You'll see they thought the
purpose of government was
to secure the pursuit of life,
liberty and happiness. Noth-
ing more. Not much in there
about universal health care
or lower taxes for Joe the
Plumber.
However, try and tell the
average American who is
having trouble finding work,
securing health insurance
and paying the bills that he
or she is going against "the
principles upon which we
have builded the nation" by
wanting some help from the


government.
You won't have much
success.
Local conservative can-
didates still can campaign
safely on "the principles
upon which we have builded
the nation," but the safety
net has frayed slightly. Re-
publican candidates drew
close 80 percent of the vote
in 2004. The numbers were
closer to 70 percent this
year.
Republicans learned
so well from the 1932 elec-
tion that the Democrats
controlled Congress for 14
more years and held the
White House for 20 years.
Republicans had to accept
some of the changes of the
Roosevelt era before again
enjoying electoral success.
Okaloosa County's
conservatives can give
themselves an advantage
in the future and better
understand people across
the nation as a whole by
ceasing the ideological criti-
cism of those who support
Obama's ideas and striving
to learn the practical rea-
sons why so many people
supported his ideas in the
first place.

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.


Letters to the EDITOR


Thanks to Health
Fair sponsors
The 2008 Community
Health Fair held Nov. 1 at
the Crestview Community
Center was a huge success
with more than 850 attend-
ing. The fair was planned
by the Health and Wellness
Committee of the Crest-
view Area Chamber of
Commerce. The committee
would like to thank the fol-
lowing for their input and
participation;
Platinum sponsor -
North Okaloosa Medical
Center
Gold sponsor Humana
Market Point
Silver sponsors Cov-
enant Hospice, NEW Cus-
tomer Service Corp., Pan-
handle Orthopaedics,
Bronze sponsors Se-
nior Home Care, Gentiva
Home Health, Gentiva Re-
spiratory Services, and Twin
Cities Hospital
General Sponsors Peo-
ple's Home Health, Stanley
House Assisted Living, Ar-
bonne International, Profes-
sional Health Examiners,


Shoal Creek Rehab Center,
Curves, Dress Gynecology,
Team MonaVie, Emerald
Coast Hospice, The Cen-
ter of Imaging Excellence,
Orthopedic & Sports Physi-
cal Therapy, and Crestview
Open MRI.
Media Sponsors North-
west Florida Daily News and
WAAZ/WJSB Radio
Mobile Units North-
west Florida Bloodmobile
and The Sacred Heart "Mis-
sion in Motion" mobile unit
Entertainment Crest-
view High School Jazz Band,
Triple Threat Dance Studio,-
Gordon Martial Arts, and
Fred Astaire Dance Studio
of Crestview
We can't forget the dedi-
cated members of the com-
mittee, the Chamber staff,
the participating vendors
and all those who attended.
Plans are in the making for
the third annual Health Fair
in November of next year.
Make your plans now to
be involved in this exciting
community event.
Elaine Hill
Chair for 2008 Crestview
Area Health Fair


Celebrate National
Farm-City Week
Dear Editor:
This Thanksgiving Day,
as we gather with family and
friends to count our bless-
ings, let's give thanks for the
bounty we enjoy not just on
this holiday, but every day.
The safe, plentiful food that
is available to us, and the
products used to produce
the clothing, housing, medi-
cines, fuel and other prod-
ucts we use on a daily basis,
didn't just appear in a store.
They got there thanks to
a tremendous partnership
of farmers and ranchers,
processors, brokers, truck-
ers, shippers, advertisers,
wholesalers and retailers.
In appreciation of this
farm-city partnership, the
president of the United
States and the Okaloosa
County Commission annu-
ally proclaims this week
leading up to and including
Thanksgiving Day as Na-
tional Farm-City Week.
Rural andurban residents
are "partners in progress"
who produce the products,


consume the products and
make them readily available
through an efficient produc-
tion and marketing chain.
Farmers and ranchers
are just the beginning of that
chain. Farm workers, re-
searchers, processors, ship-
pers, truck drivers, inspec-
tors, wholesalers, agribusi-
nesses, marketers, advertis-
ers, retailers and consumers
all play important roles in
the incredible productivity
that has made our nation's
food and fiber system the
envy of the world.
As we celebrate Thanks-
giving, let's remember the
vital farm-city partnerships
that have done so much to
improve the quality of our
lives. Rural and urban com-
munities working together
have made the most of our
rich agricultural resources
and have made significant
contributions to our health
and well-being and to the
strength of our nation's
economy. For this, we can
give thanks.
Keith Free
President, Okaloosa
County Farm Bureau


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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Local


THEIR NAMES ARE BOND


SIR SEAN CONNERY
Born in Scotland
on Aug. 25, 1930.
Was noticed in
the 1959 Disney
musical "Darby
O'Gill and the
Little People" by
Bond producer
Albert R.
Broccoli. Starred
in seven 007
films, plus "The
Untouchables,"
"The Hill," "The
Hunt for Red
October" and
"Indiana Jones &
the Last Crusade."


GEORGE LAZENBY
Born in Australia
on Sept. 5, 1939.
Was virtually
unknown outside
of the modeling
world until his
film debut in "On
Her Majesty's
Secret Service"
in 1969. The film
and Lazenby's
performance
remain favorites
of staunch Bond
fans. Today works
in real estate and
occasionally races
motocross.


SIR ROGER MOORE
Born in England
on Oct. 14, 1927.
Was familiar
to world TV
audiences from
"The Saint" and
"The Persuaders."
First Bond was
1972's "Live &
Let Die." He, too,
did seven Bond
films. Moore also
appeared in action
hits including
"Shout at the
Devil," "Gold"
and "The Wild
Geese."


TIMOTHY DALTON
Born in Wales on
Mar. 21, 1944. Was
an established,
classically trained
actor who gained
renown with the
Royal Shakespeare
Company. Called
"the next Richard
Burton." He
played Bond
in just two
films. Starred
in "The Lion in
Winter," "The
Rocketeer" and
as Rhett Butler in
"Scarlett."


PIERCE BROSNAN
Born in Ireland
on May 16, 1952.
Well known to
TV audiences as
the title character
in "Remington
Steele." He
appeared in four
Bond films, as
well as "The Long
Good Friday,"
"The Mirror
Crack'd," "The
Fourth Protocol,"
"Mrs. Doubtfire"
and the remake
of "The Thomas
Crown Affair."


Born on Mar. 2,
1968, in England.
Assumed the role
of James Bond in
the 2006 remake of
"Casino Royale."
A graduate of the
Guildhall School
of Music and
Drama, Craig has
also appeared in
"Lara Croft, Tomb
Raider," "Road
to Perdition,"
"Munich" and
"The Golden
Compass."


* In addition, James Bond was first portrayed by Barry Nelson in a live one-hour production of "Casino Royale" on CBS-TV
in October 1954. Sir David Niven played an aging Sir James Bond in the 1967 "Casino Royale" spoof.


S LIFE AS BOND, JAMES BOND.


Crestview resident
and Eglin SSgt. James
Bond occasionally
catches flak for
sharing his name with
lan Fleming's famous
secret agent.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

NOT LICENSED TO KILL Almost
daily, someone ribs Crestview
resident James Bond about his
name. It's OK. He's used to it.
The first question people
generally ask the Eglin AFB
staff sergeant is, what were
your parents thinking?
"I don't think, when they
named me, they were thinking
that people were going to give
me a hard time about it," Bond
said. "I know my father really
liked the first name and wasn't
thinking so much about the
character.'"
The next usual question: Is
Bond is a fan of the 007 films?
"You know," SSgt. Bond
reflected, "I did enjoy the last
movie with Daniel Craig. I
haven't seen all-of them, but


I've seen a few. I think it was
one of the best."
Bond finds his name both a
bother and advantageous.
"Whenever I have to go
somewhere and do something,
it usually raises an eyebrow,"
Bond said. "People are usually
thinking they're being original
when they're trying to crack a
joke, but I've heard them all. I
try to take it in stride.
"It's been a blessing
and kind of a burden," he
continued. "I'll try to get
through some place unnoticed,
but when people notice my
name on my driver's license
or my card, the questions start.
But people also remember my
name, and that works in my
favor too."
So what about the vodka
martinis, fast cars and arms
full of resourceful lovelies?


Crestview's James Bond flat
out doesn't like martinis.
"I'm more of a beer or a
wine.guy than a mixed drink
person," Bond said. "I would
prefer a good glass of wine. I
think I had a martini once in
my life and I didn't care for it
too much."
As for the fast cars, Bond
drives a simple Chrysler
sedan, and no, it doesn't have
an ejector seat.
And his "Bond girl" is his
wife Susan. She also hears
her share of jokes about her
husband's famous name.
"It's annoying to her
sometimes, too," Bond said.
"Sometimes when she comes
on base the security guards
will ask, 'is your husband
James Bond?' When she
says yes, that evokes more
questions, too."


LICENSED TO ENDURE


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

BOND, PAGE BY PAGE: It's hard to
believe that a story thatbegins
"The smell of scent and sweat
in a casino is nauseating at
two in the morning" could
start a worldwide literary
and cinematic phenomenon,
but when Ian Fleming's first
James Bond thriller, Casino
Royale, was published in
1953, it did just that.
Fleming would author 11
more full-length James Bond
novels and one collection of
five Bond short stories, one
of which was "Quantum of
Solace." A second collection
of three short stories was
published after his death.
By then the successful Eon
Productions film series was
well established around the
world. Fleming's publisher
was eager to continue the
literary hero's exploits as


well. The pseudonym Robert
Markham was created, the
intent being that. famous
thriller authors would pen
Bond adventures under the
name. Kingsley Amis was
the only one to do so, with
the 1968 novel Colonel Sun.
In the 1970s, screenwriter
Christopher Wood added
novelisations of the films
The Spy Who Loved Me and
Moonraker to the Bond
library. Between 1981 and
1996, British thriller author
John Gardner wrote 16 Bond
adventures, including two
film novelisations.
Beginning in 1997,
American writer Raymond
Benson wrote nine new
novels, including the
novelisations of three Bond
films. Benson also wrote
three 007 short stories.
Starting in 2005, author
Charlie Higson began a well-
received series of successful


adventures about James
Bond's youth, drawing as
inspiration clues Fleming
had included in several of his
novels.
In anticipation of this
week's release of Quantum
of Solace, Ian Fleming
Publications commissioned
Sebastian Faulks to revive
the Bond literary character.
His Devil May Care has met
with enthusiastic response.
To discover the Bond of
these great writers, hop in
your Aston Martin and cruise
over to the Crestview Public
Library. Exchange this secret
code with the circulation
desk staff member: "I wish
to read a James Bond book,
please."
Her response should be,
"Right this way, please."
Follow her to the "Mystery"
section, where your plunge
into the literary world of 007
will begin.


JAMES BOND BOOKS

IN THE CRESTVIEW

PUBLIC LIBRARY
By lIan Fleming: Casino
Royale, Moonraker, Dr. No,
From Russia With Love,
Thunderball, You Only Live
Twice, and Quantum of Solace:
The Complete James Bond Short
Stories
By Charlie Higson: SilverFin
By Sebastian Faulks: Devil
May Care


A JAMES BOND MOVIE GUIDE
BOND 101: Since 1962, cinema audiences have thrilled to 23 James Bond film adventures, with the 24th, Quantum of Solace, coming out on Friday.
Use this handy guide to keep them straight.


FILM
Dr. No
From Russia With Love
Goldfinger
Thunderball
Casino Royale"
You Only Live Twice
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Diamonds Are Forever
Live and Let Die
The Man with the Golden Gun
The Spy Who Loved Me
Moonraker
For Your Eyes Only
Octopussy
Never Say Never Again"
A View to a Kill
The Living Daylights
License to Kill
GoldenEye
Tomorrow Never Dies
The World is Not Enough
Die Another Day
Casino Royale
Quantum of Solace


YEAR
1963
1964
1964
1965
1967
1967
1969
1971
1972
1974
1977
1979
1981
1983
1983
1985
1987
1989
1995
1997
1999
2002
2006
2008


BOND
Sean Conne
Sean Conne
Sean Conne
Sean Conne
David Niven
Sean Conne
George Laze
Sean Conne
Roger Moor
Roger Mqore
Roger Moor
Roger Moor
Roger Moor
Roger Moor
Sean Conne
Roger Moor
Timothy Dalt
Timothy Dalt
Pierce Brosn
Pierce Brosn
Pierce Brosn
Pierce Brosn
Daniel Craig
Daniel Craig


GIRLS VILLAINS
,ry Ursula Andress Joseph Wisema
ry Daniella Bianchi Robert Shaw
*ry Honor Blackman Gert Frobe
ry Claudine Auger Adolfo Cell
Ursula Andress Orson Welles
.ry MieHama Donald Pleasenc
enby Diana Rigg Telly Savales
*ry Jill St. John Charles Gray
e Jane Seymour Yaphet Kotto
e Britt Ekland Christopher Lee
e Barbara Bach Curt Jirgens
e Lois Chiles Michael Lonsdal
e Carole Bouquet Julian Glover
e Maud Adams Louis Jourdan
.ry Kim Basinger Barbara Carrera
e Tanya Roberts Christopher Wal
ton Maryam d'Abo Jeroen Krabbe
ton Carey Lowell Robert Davi
nan Izabella Scorupco Sean Bean
nan Michelle Yeoh Jonathan Pryce
nan Denise Richards Robert Carlyle
nan Halle Berry Toby Stephens
Eva Green Mads Mikkelson
Olga Kurylenko Mathieu Almaric
Most Bond films also include key scenes in London


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MAIN LOCATIONS*
Jamaica
Istanbul, Orient Express, Venice
Switzerland, Kentucky
France, Bahamas
Scotland, Monte Carlo
Hong Kong, Japan
Switzerland, France, Portugal
Amsterdam, Las Vegas, South Africa
New York, New Orleans, Jamaica
Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand
Egypt, Sardinia
Rio de Janeiro, Venice, Guatamala
Corfu, Cortina, Greece
India, Berlin, RAF Base Northholt
Monaco, Bahamas, Morocco
Paris, San Francisco
Gibraltar, Bratislava, Vienna, Morocco
Key West, Mexico City, Acapulco
Monte Carlo, St. Petersburg, Puerto Rico
Bangkok, Hamburg
Turkey, Russia, Scotland, Spain
Korea, Hong Kong, Cuba, Iceland
Africa, Miami, Montenegro
Austria, Italy, South America
"These films were not produced by Eon Productions, Ltd.


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


TEST YOUR BOND KNOWLEDGE


Win a family night at "Quantum of Solace"!
YOUR LICENSE TO WIN: Answer these 10 simple questions
about 007 book and film lore and you could win a family
night at the movies to see "Quantum of Solace," the new
James Bond film, at the Crestview Cinema III. Winners
will be drawn from all entries that have answered the
following 10 questions correctly. Entries must be received
at the News Bulletin in person or by e-mail by noon on
Friday, Nov. 14.
Winners will be notified by phone and must pick up
their movie night packages at the News Bulletin office.
The first place winner will receive passes for four to see
"Quantum of Solace," plus four drinks and four containers
of popcorn. The second place winner will receive a
"Quantum of Solace" movie night for two, including
tickets, two drinks and two containers of popcorn. Third
place winner will receive two tickets to "Quantum of
Solace."
Sharpenyour wits and enter today. See entry instructions
below.

001. What does James Bond's "double 0" designation
signify?
A. He holds the rank of an officer in the Secret Service
B. He carries a license to kill in the line of duty
C. He has served in the British military
D. He has passed a series of written exams

002. What make of car does
James Bond most frequently *
drive in the films?artini glass
A. Chevrolet
B. Ferrari
C. Aston Martin
D. Rolls Royce

003. How does James Bond prefer his martinis to be
prepared?
A. In a crystal martini glass
B. On the rocks with a twist of lime
C. Over easy
D. Shaken, not stirred"

004. Pop diva Shirley Bassey has sung all but one of
these James Bond theme songs. Which one did she not
sing?
A. "Goldfinger"
B. "Die Another Day"
C. "Diamonds Are Forever"
D. "Moonraker"

005. Which Ian Fleming 007 novel was written in the
first person?
A. "The Spy Who Loved Me"
B. "From Russia With Love"
C. "Dr. No"


006. James Bond's boss, the
head of the British Secret
Service, is known by what
designation?
A. POT US
B. COS
C.GM
D.Q

007. Which actor has not
played James Bond in the
cinema?
A. Timothy Dalton
B. David McCallum

D. Roger Moore

008. Who is the executive administrative assistant at the
British Secret Service's London headquarters?
A. Miss Goodthighs
B. Miss Moneypenny
C. Dr. Goodhead
D. Miss Taro

009. The classic Bond films open with the "gun barrel"
sequence and what familiar piece of music?
A. John Barry's "007"
B. Paul and Linda McCartney's "Live & Let Die"
theme
C. Bill Conti's "Gonna Fly Now"
D. Monty Norman's "James Bond Theme"

010. Which rank in the Royal Navy does James Bond
share with his creator, Ian Fleming?
A. Commander
B. Sergeant-Major
C. Midshipman
D. Airman First Class











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OBAMA SIGN DONATED TO CARVER-HILL MUSEUM


property in the physical con-
dition required to continue
its listing on the Registry of
National Historic Places as
established by the United
States Department of the
Interior."

Conveyance
The memorandum
states the building would


Crestview, where they have
hosted more than 40 foster
children.
"If the opportunity comes
and we're blessed enough,
then we will adopt them,"
Stiles said.
Devin and his biological
sister Lela were among the
fortunate ones adopted into
the Stiles home.
"He's just an amazing, ter-
rific kid. We're just so fortu-


revert to city ownership if
FAMU does not commence
renovation of the Alatex
Building within five years of
the transfer of title and/or if
the university ceased to use
the building for educational
purposes for 24 consecutive
months.
Parker made an initial
motion to amend the mem-
orandum to state the build-


nate that he's come this far,"
Stiles said.
"He has big ambitions.
He has goals. I told him you
can be a captain one day, but
you have to go to college first.
You're not going to be a deck
hand," Stiles said. "And he
said, 'yes, ma'am.'"
Congratulate Devin by
posting a note at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


ing would return to city
ownership if not used for
educational purposes for
six months. The motion did
not gain support among the
other three council mem-
bers.
Read more about Mon-
day's Crestview City
Council meeting at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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view to the Carver-Hill Historical Museum. Also pictured are campaign volunteers
Hazel Perry, Lurene Turner, Lillie Henderson and Bernice Harrington. Representing
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SPORTS


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Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2008 www. crestviewbulletin. com Page 1


SNews

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Thursday
Girls high school soccer
Tate at Crestview,
JV 5:30/V 7:30 p.m.

Boys high school
soccer
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, JV 5 p.m./V 7 p.m.
Girls high school
basketball
Crestview at PDL Tipoff
Classic, 6:30 p.m.
Friday
High school football
Baker at Jay, 7 p.m.
SCrestview at Washington,
7 p.m.

Friday football updates
Log.on to.www.crestview-
bulletin.com for recaps of
the Crestview-Washington
and Baker-Jay football games
scheduled for Friday night.
Crestview Parks and
Recreation basketball
The Crestview Parks and
Recreation Department is
continuing registration for
upcoming ::.,:k ,irball leagues.
.. Leagues are open for
children ages 5-12. The
department also will 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 forthose
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
Saturday. 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 Leog.,u- :'-. ..:.--- :rol
will make team assignments.
The remaining draft
.:.:l- d e.-., is ci: :.ll: :
IT,ir,r,r.g 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.

Heavy Hitters 12U
baseball
The Heavy Hitters 12U
baseball team will hold
tryouts from 9-11 a.m.
Saturday at the Baker Area
Youth-Complex.
Players.who turn 1 3
before May 1, 2009, are
riot eligible.
I 'For more information, call
902-6237 or 496-6235.
No.'th Florida Bulls
The North Florida Bulls
traveling baseball teams are
having tryouts for players in
the 1OU to 1 3U age groups
Dec. 13 at Destin Middle
School.
The 9-10U tryouts. will
be from 10 a.m. to noon,
1 1-12U from noon to 2 p.m.,
and1 3U from 2-4 p.m.
If you have questions
e-mail them to north
floridaBulls@yahoo.com or
go to northfloridaBulls.com.

Speed, strength and
baseball skills camp
Work on explosion, core,
*F. '-,g 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!
Sessions are Tuesdays
and Saturdays at the Baker
Sports Complex. Tuesday
sessions are 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Saturday sessions are 2-4
p.m.
The camp is for players
ages 8 and up. Cost is $99.
For more information, go
to www.ScottHemond.com.


Playoff preparation


ANN SPANN I Florida Freedom Newspapers
PLENTY OF HELP: Baker's Christian Mainor follows his blockers on a Gator .
play against Rocky Bayou this past Friday. /


Baker closes regular


season with rivalry game


Randy Dickson-
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Bob Kellogg's Baker foot-
ball team had two goals this year.
"There are two things our kids said
they wanted to accomplish this year.
The first one was winning the district
(1-2B) title,, and the second won was
beating Jay,". he said. "This bunch of
seniors has never beat Jay except in a
jamboree, and I don't count that.
S"Those were their two top priorities
and we are going to have to do both of
them this week. Hopefully it will be a



DISTRICT 2-4A
SHOOTOUT

FORT WALTON BEACH The
Crestview football team got
revenge. So did Fort Walton
Beach. Choctawhatchee never
got the chance.
On an evening that lived up
to its highly-anticipated billing
and more, the Vikings stopped
the Bulldogs on a two-point
conversion in the second quar-
ter of a three-team shootout
Monday to capture their sec-
ond straight District 2-4A title
at a packed Steve Riggs Sta-
dium.
Fort Walton Beach went 3-0
last season to win the district
crown, but it took a swarming
defensive effort to stop Chris
Pickett on the last play to pre-'
serve a 14-13 overtime win that
set ott a raucous celebration at
midfield.
"We wanted to go for the
win," CHS running back Jor-
dan Glover said. "We said be-
fore we scored the last time
that we were going to-go for 2
if we getit" -
Behind a phenomenal per-' '.
formance by Glover, runner-
up Crestview assured itself
of a' playoff berth by beating
Choctaw 14-10 in 'the first quar-
ter. Glover was the star of the
night, scoring all tour of Crest-
view's touchdowns, including a

See DISTRICT B3


good week. It couldl be a great week or
a tough week."
Baker is 0-for-1 on the list after fin-
ishing second in the district in after a
shootout on Monday at South Walton.
Friday the Gators get their shot at
the Royals as they seek to end Jay's,
three-game winning streak in the
series and avenge a 30-15 loss in the
Kickoff Classic.
The last time Baker (6-3) beat Jay
(6-3) in the regular season was 2004,
when the Gators ,nipped the Royals
35-34. Since then the series has been
See BAKER B3


DISTRICT 1-2B
SHOOTOUT

SANTA ROSA BEACH There's a
new sheriff in District 1-2B football.
Cody Adams bulled his way to
paydirt from 8 yards out to lead
South Walton to a 6-10 win over Baker
in the second quarter of Monday's
District 1-2B shootout and give the
Seahawks the district title.
Baker earned the right to meet
South Walton for the title by way of
a 6-0 win over Vernon in the first
quarter of the shootout. The Gators
are the district runner-up.
In their win over the Yellow
Jackets, the Gators took advantage
of three big Vernon penalties for 28
yards on the game-winning drive
that covered -18 yards. The rest was
Domangue, who had a run of 19
yards and scored the winner from'
8 yards out.
"I was real proud of the way
we played against Vernon," Baker
coach Bob Kellogg said. "We got
after a very good football team and
shut them down, which was hard
for us to do the first time.
"We didn't play real well in the
second quarter. I don't know if we
just weren't as focused, but we
made some mistakes. But the big-
gest problem we had against them
is they (the Seahawks, are just so
big."
Kellogg was philosophical about
the second-place finish.
"I told the kids you are in the
playoffs and everybody starts 0-
0," he said. "If you win you keep
on playing, and if you lose you go
home."
Randy Dickson / Crestview
News Bulletin


WORKHORSE: Crestview's Jordan Glover carried more than 50 times in four
days during the Dawgs' victory Friday against Navarre and the District 2-4A
shootout Monday at Fort Walton Beach.


CHS faces struggling


Washington team


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Matt Brunson wasn't thinking about
Friday's game with Washington early
Monday morning.
The Crestview football coach had
more pressing things on his mind in


the way of the Bulldogs' shootout with
Choctawhatchee and Fort Walton Beach
on Monday evening, where the Bulldogs
would finish second to clinch a spot in
the FHSAA playoffs.
"(Washington) Coach (Chet) Ber-
galowski does a great job, and we are
See CHS B3


How fans and bands can help their teams


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
A football win against Navarre and
a shot at the playoffs were on the line
Friday night when Crestview got the
ball on its own 5-yard line with seven
minutes to go in the fourth quarter.
The Bulldogs were clinging to a 14-
7 lead and had little margin for error
as they tried to move from the shadow
of their own goal line at the west end
of Jack Foster Stadium.
It was crunch time, and the team
needed all the support it could get


from the CHS faithful.
It was the kind of situation in
which a band can help spark its
team to victory while enhancing the
atmosphere of the game.
Instead, loud snare drums and
horns blared from Crestview's Big
Red Machine as a handful of students
danced on the track in front of the
stands while the Bulldogs tried to
move the ball downfield. Those playing
and dancing were oblivious to the
shouts from CHS players and their
motions to quiet down.
I don't know if a Crestview motion


penalty was a direct results of the
band noise, but I do know the noise
was a distraction to some of the
players as they tried to focus on the
task at hand.
Fortunately for the Bulldogs, they
were able to overcome the penalty
and hold onto the ball until punting on
the final play of the game. They came -
away with the win, but things easily
could have gone the other way.
If the possession had started on the
east end of the field, it wouldn't have
See BAND B3


BLEACHERS


VOLLEYBALL
Baker 3,
Blountsown 0
. "If was Baker by a .
landslide over Blountstown
in the .-:.., bfall Class 2A'
.region I..n. f ,.-I Nov. 4.
The Gators swept to a
3-0 win by scores of 25-15,
25-21, 25-12.
Baker (14-3) traveled to
Snedds late Tuesday for the
region semifinals.
Baker hitters: Kali,
Flanders 2 aces, 2*digs,
7 kills; Lauren Griffith, 13
assists, 1 dig, 2 kills; Kaitlin
Hunter.3 aces, 2 assists, 8
digs; Allysa Horn 1 block, 5
kills; Kaylee Bradley 3 aces,
1 block, 7 kills.
Gainesville St.
Francis 3, Laurel Hill 0
Laurel ,ll : :li-, b-.:ll
team turned things around a
little too late in its Region 1-
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Falling in three games against
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17-10. St. Francis is 22-5.
Laurel Hill: Katie Free
.8 kills; 13 .-.l : 3 t:.l. :,,d -
1 ace; Amanda King 1 kill,
2 aces, 7 digs; Elizabeth
VanWinkle 9 digs, 4 assists,
1 ace.

CROSS COUNTRY
District 1-3A meet
Both Crestview teams,
qualified for the' .i:;i :r,-il
with their performances in
Saturday District 1-3A meet
at Sims Middle School in
Pace.
CHS finished sixth in the
girls meet and seventh in
the boys meet. Lauren Day
finished sixth in the girls race
to lead all local runners.
The regional is Saturday
in Tallahassee.
Crestview boys: 26.
Jacob Gourlie 17:04; 28.
Corey Smith 17:06;. 47.
Dylan Tillman 17:46; 49.
Charles Bown 17:51; 57.
Blake ,ffI.-, 18:03; 65.
Connor Marshall 18:21; 72.
SCameron Sanchez 18:29.
Crestview girls: 6.
Lauren. Day 19:10; 14.
Taylor Polk 19:58; 51. Juliet
Yarger 22:38; 57. Annessa
lHeatley 22:49; 58. Elise
Jenkins 22:55; 87. Katelyn
Barton 25:44.
District 1-lA meet
Bakers girls finished
eighth and the boys 10th
at Thursday's District
1-A championships in
Tallahassee.
Baker boys: 29. John
Scott 19:24; 38. Devin
Scott 19:48; 49. Dylan
Scott 20:44; 68. Austin
Stanton 23:18; 73. Steven
Brinley 27:29.
Baker girls: 37. o
Meagan Scott 25:30; 39.
London Thiesson 26:06; 54.
Kali Havens 28:33; 62.
Morgan Lewellen 31:59; 63.
Cheyenne Brannon 32:02;
68. Andrea Taylor 40:50.

GIRLS SOCCER
Washington 3,
Crestview 0
Washington defeated
Crestview in girls soccer
action Saturday morning.
Washington caught the
Dawgs napping in the early
moments for the first goal,
said coach Carlos Bonilla.
The two other scores came
on penalty kicks

Crestview 2,
Escambia 1
Tiffani Souders scored
each of the Bulldogs' goals
as CHS beat Escambia on
Thursday.

Fort Walton Beach
4, Crestview 0
Megan Conner scored
just 30 seconds into the
match to set the tone for Fort
Walton Beach's 4-0 win
against Creslview on Nov. 4
in the season opener for both
teams.


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Local


Wednesday, November 12, 2008-


Special to the News Bulletin

Baker followed up its sixth consecutive district champi-
onship with a three-set sweep of Blountstown in an FHSAA
Region 1-2A quarterfinal Nov. 4.
The, Gators were scheduled to play Sneads in a regional
semifinal late Tuesday.
View more photos and find out the results from the Bak-
er-Sneads match at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


ANN SPANN I Crisrvi'. N,.,s Bulklnn
BAKER BLACKOUT: Former Baker
volleyball coach Kalhy Combest
(left) greets current coach Lisa
Roy following the Gators' win
against Blountstown on Nov. 4
in an FHSAA regional quarter-
final Gator fans wore black in
honor of Roy, who often dresses
in black for Baker matches
Above, Baker's Kali Flanders
goes up for a kill against Blount-
stown Top right, Baker's Court-
ney Fountain goes up for a kill
during the Gators' win against
Blountstovn. At right, Baker's
Mollie Royal (left) and Alyssa
Horn try to block a Blountstown
attack.


/
Crestview
snapped
a
two-game
losing
streak
against
Navarre




Artis /
Coleman
caught
+lh;Q Trr


CRESTVIEW 14,

AVMAUADDE 7


IUM 1 I Jordan
Glover
Navarre 0 0 7 0 7 carried the
Crestview 0 14 0 0 -- 14 ball on ail
seven plays
2ND QUARTER / of this
CRESTVIEW Jordan Glover 1 run (J.T. Arnold 53-yard
kick), 6:07 drive
CRESTVIEW Artis Coleman 29 pass from Blake
Ritchie (J.T. Arnold kick), 2:39 Navarre
3RD QUARTER took
NAVARRE Kwamane Howard 19 run (Adam advantage
Hamilton kick), :10 of a short
CHS punt-


and drove
56 yards
to this TD


Jordan
Glover
has run for
more than
'100 yards
in all six of
his games
since
taking.
over
as the
Dawgs'
featured
back


Lis I L) PLAYER STATISTICS
pass
despite a OFFENSE
pass PASSING Crestview, Blake Ritchie 6-11-1-106.
interference RUSHING Crestview, Jordan Glover 37-188, Jerry
call Siler 4-23, Chris Pickett 1-9
against RECEIVING Crestview, Chris Pickett 3-63, Artis
Navarre
Coleman 2-39. -

DEFENSE
Chris Crestview tackles-assists-total (total also includes sacks)
Pickett's Gabe Goodson 4-7-11, Ben Baber 4-4-8, Jason Parker
receiving 3-5-8, Matt Dobson 2-6-8, Chris Briley 3-3-6, Levi hen-
total e drix 2-3-6, Cody Swenbeck 1-4-5, Darius Robbins 1-3-4,
included
a 30-yard Amond Robinson 2-1-3, Nick Brown 1-0-1, Donquel
catch to Dorsey 0-1-1, Chase Boals 0-1-1,
set up the Sacks- Levi Hendrix 1.
second interception Ben Baber, B.J. McClure
Dawg TD


CHS held
TEAMIV STATISTICS the ball
N C for the
Kwamane FIRST DOWNS' 10 16 last seven
Howard '- TOTAL NET YARDS 146 326 minutes
led NET YARDS RUSHING 26-105 42-220 bepunting onre

with 59 NET YARDS PASSING 5-11-2-41 6-11-1-106 the final
rushing FUMBLES-LOST 1-0 0-0 play of the
yards PENALTIES-YARDS 7-70 9-70 game


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BAKER 46,

Rocky ,a ROCKY BAYOU 7
Bayou is a Baker
first-year Rocky Bayou 0 0 7 0 7 r
Baker 14 20 6 6 46 scored on
program 1ST QUARTER /..its opening
BAKER Cameron Domangue 21 run (David Beck drive for
kick), 11:33 the eighth
BAKER- Christian Mainor 17 pass from Cameron te i
Baker's Domangue (David Beck kick), 3:41 tme in nine
reserves 2ND QUARTER games this
did most BAKER -Kellan Meeks 80 interception returnn (David season
did most Beck kick), 10:14
of the BAKER Cameron Domangue 62 run (David Beck kick),
work on 7:22
this TD BAKER Kellan Meeks 6 run (kick failed), :03
this TD 3RD QUARTER
drive BAKER Chandler Suggs 1 run (kick failed), 7:24 This
ROCKY BAYOU Dion Wright 12 pass from James Kaim almost
(Chris Hinson kick), 3:53 certainly
4TH QUARTER
Seniors BAKER Christian Mainor 30 interception return (kick will be the
like blocked), 7:53 last PAT
Caernattempt
Cameron PLAYER STATISTICS for Baker's
Davis, OFFENSE
Brandon PASSING -Baker, Cameron Domangue 1-1-0-20, Billy
At c. Ics h Christian Mainor 1-4-0-13. Whatmough


RUSHING Baker, Cameron Domangue 7-180, Marcus
Jones 2-60, Christian Mainor 3-47, Billy Whatmough
2-14, Vada Moore 1-6, Kellan Meeks 1-5, Chandler Suggs
1-5.
RECEIVING Baker, Christian Mainor 1-20, Chandler
Suggs 1-13.
DEFENSE
Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss included in Kellan
total) David Beck 3-4-8, Dylan Kersey 3-2-7, Dakota Meeks
Hooper 3-3-6, Billy Whatmough 3-3-6, Cameron Davis said this
5-0-5, Marcus Jones 4-1-5, Christian Mainor 3-2-5, Tyler
Moberly 3-2-5, Brandon Ates 2-2-5, Kellan Meeks 1-0-5, was the
Tyler Holley 2-0-3, Vada Moore 1-2-3, Blake Bollinger first 'pick-
0-2-3, Josh Rose 2-0-2, Chandler Suggs 1-1-2, Garth six' of his
Bailey 0-2-2, Ben Wood 1-0-1, Josh Williams 0-1-1, Jett career
Feltner 0-1.1, Mason Doggette 0-1-1.
Tackles for loss Kellan Meeks 2, Dylan Kersey 2, David
Beck 1, Blake Bollinger 1, Tyler Holley 1, Brandon Ates 1.
Sacks Kellan Meeks 2,
Interceptions Christian Mainor 2, Kellan Meeks 1
Fumbles forced Marcus Jones, Billy.Whatmough,
Kellan Meeks, Chandler Suggs
Fumbles recovered Dakota Hooper, Kellan Meeks, Jett
Feltner Baker


averaged
a
,whopping
18.6
yards per
rushing
attempt


Williams,
Tyler
Moberly,
Mason
Doggette
dand
James
Crooke
lined up
in the
backfield
on the
last Baker
drive

Rocky
Bayou
drove into
the red


zone on
its first two TEl
drives, but FIRST DOWNS
had little TOTAL NET YARDS
success NET YARDS RUSHING
the rest of NET YARDS PASSING
te FUMBLES-LOST
the way PENALTIES-YARDS


AM STATISTICS
ROCKY
7
144
45-102
4-8-2-42
8-4
3-15


BAKER
16
350
17-317
2-5-0-33
6-3
3-25


LAUREL HILL T-BALL


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TROPHY DAY: Participants in the city of Laurel Hill T-ball
program received trophies at the end of the season.
Front row from left are Hana Sorie, Matthew Skane,
Dennis William and Ja'heim James. In the middle row
are Brandon Williams, Joseph Snellgrove and Zack'
Bryan. In back are Jada Williams, Tamia Parker,
Janaisha Williams and Jasmine Williams.


MORE WINNERS: Also pictured are Kay Shippman, Zay
Moore, Jamal Hood, Darius Hood and Destiny Hood.
Not pictured are Mikala Jones, Crystal Steele, Diamond
Toles, Tykira Caldway, Daemon Williams, Dayton Tabor,
Levi Wilson, Christopher Steele, Dusten Jones, Hayleigh
Hudson, Joshua Senterfitt, Brinn Jones, Santrice Dixon,
JoJo Dixon and "Rudy."


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PERFECT GAME



Willis bowls 300


at Shoal River


PERFECT GAME: On Sept. 2.0, Augie Willis, a
member of the Shoal River Bowling Center's Sat-
urday morning Jr./Sr. League, bowled a' perfect
game (300 game) 12 strikes in a row. Augie
.received a certificate of honor for a perfect
game 300 score from the United States Bowling
Congress. At right, Augie Willis (center) with
coaches Dale Kennedy (left) and Gary Fonville.


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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Sports


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


CITY OF
CRESTVIEW
YOUTH SPORTS
FOOTBALL
Pee Wee Yr
Team W-L
S iSteelers 10-0
Buliddgs 7-33
Vikr,,as 6-5
Buccaneers 3-8
Co'..bo G 0-10


Pee Wee 2
Team W-L
Vikings 9-1
Bulldogs. 7- --
Co..-,boys 7-4 ,.4
Packers 6-4
Buccanee(sr4-6-
:. SleeI 0-.OI .0-

SOCCER
.- "U8 RE
Team W-L-T
Tornados 9-1
Cosmos 6-4
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
Tornadoes 8-2-1-
Mutiny 7-3-1
Stingers 6-3-1
Cyclones 5-5-1
Cosmos 5-6-1
alaxy 2-7-2
angers 2-7-1
12
am W-L-T 4
,tingers 10-0-- ..
Mutiny 6-3-2
Cosmos 5-5-2
Rangers 3-5-2
Cyclones 0- 11 '


U15
Team W-L-T
Cosmos 10-0-0
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BAKER from page B1


colored Royal blue.
As of Monday morning Kellogg
and his staff had yet to look at film
on Jay, but he was fairly confident
he knew what to expect from the
longtime rival.
"Jay is just a physical team," he
said. "They remind me a lot of a
South Walton-type team. They've
got kids that will hit you in the
mouth.
"It's just going to be a physical
game. It's going to be a battle. It
always is with the two of us."
The teams have played three
common opponents in the regular
season Vernon, Holmes County
and Franklin County with the


CHS from page BI


looking forward to the
game," he said. "We want
to finish out the year on a
positive note.
"And hopefully we'll be
heading into the playoffs."
The Bulldogs (5-4) and
Wildcats (2-7) have played
four common opponents:
Niceville, Milton, Pace
and Choctawhachee.
Crestviewis 1-3 against
those opponents. Washing-
ton is 0-4. The difference is
in the scoring margin.
The Dawgs hung tough
against Niceville and
Choctaw, losing 28-26 and
31-28. Crestview was also
very much in the game
with Pace, gaining more
total yards than the Patri-
ots in a 37-13 loss. And the
Bulldogs hammered the
Panthers 35-10.
Washington lost 13-12
to Milton but fell by double
digits against the other
three teams and was out-
scored 103-29.
The Wildcats have been
outscored 245-116 this year,
with their only wins com-
ing against West Florida
(28-20) and Tate (26-15).
The Bulldogs have
won close games as well
as blowouts as they have
outscored their opponents
218-170.


FRIDAY'S GAME
Baker (6-3) at Jay (6-3), 7
p.m.
Radio: WTJT
Last meeting: Jay won
34-27 last year
Fast fact: Jay coach
Elijah Bell earned his 100*h
win earlier this season.


same results.
Both teams beat Holmes Coun-
ty and Franklin County.
Jay beat the Blue Devils 39-6.


FRIDAY'S GAME
Crestview (5-4) at
Washington (2-7), 7
p.m.
Radio: WAAZ-
WJSB
Fast fact:
Washington is a Class
5A school in football
but a Class 4A school
in other sports.

Brunson didn't plan to
watch film on Washington
until after the Bulldogs
played Monday night, but
he wasn't concerned by
the quick turnaround re-
quired by the short week.
"This time of year, it's
just brushing up on what
you've been doing so we'll
be fine," he said.
What Crestview has
been doing well in recent
weeks is run the football.
Jordan Glover has
averaged well over 150
yards a game in the last
six weeks. Glover carried
the ball 37 times for 188
yards in Crestview's win
over Navarre.
Visit our CHS football
reference page at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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Baker beat the Blue Devils 43-
14. The Royals downed Franklin
County 33-20, and the Gators won
35-14. Vernon beat Jay 28-7. The
Yellow Jackets needed an over-
time period to stop the Gators,
17-14.
None of those scores matter
come Friday night.
"It comes down to who can
force the most turnovers and
make the big plays," Kellogg said.
"I think it's going to be a great
game."
Visit our online Baker football
reference page at- www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


DISTRICT from page B]

53-yard scamper that helped clinch the victory
over the Indians.
In the one quarter against Choctaw, Glover
carried the ball 12 times for 131 yards, picking
up large chunks of yards behind a punishing of-
fensive line. Glover's night was all the more im-
pressive considering he toted the ball an eye-
popping 37 times in a Friday win over Navarre.
"I wasn't worn out," Glover said. "I've got to
give a lot of credit to my line. They've opened
up a lot of holes the whole year."
Crestview started the game-winning drive
against Choctaw with 3:15 left and trailing 14-
10. On a third-and-10 from its own 47, Glover
found a seam off left tackle and burst past the
Indians' defense for the touchdown.
"Once I broke the first tackle, I just had to
turn it up and try to get to the end zone," he
said.
Choctaw got the ball back with 2:07 remain-
ing, but the Indians turned the ball over on
downs after four plays, the last of which saw a
long pass by broken up the Bulldogs' secondary
Adam Pruiett / Florida Freedom News-
papers


BAND from page B1

been so bad.
If it had been the Raiders with the
football, it would have been a perfect
distraction to keep Navarre out of
sync.
That's how a band can help their
team.
Perhaps the problem is football
coaches and band directors don't
communicate. Maybe if a coach told
the band director in what situations
the band can best help the football
team, some of these problems might
be solved.
I'll admit that as a former football
player, I tend to think, see and hear
from a football player's perspective.
Halftime belongs to the band. The
fourth quarter, especially with the
game on the line, belongs to the
team.
I close by offering a few tips on
how a band can help a football team.
Play and play loudly when the
other team has the ball. This works
especially well if the opposition is in
your end of the field trying to score or
get away from the end zone.
Play the fight song or some other
peppy tune during timeouts to fire up
the fans. Celebrate touchdowns full
force.
Respect your offense. That's
not to say you shouldn't cheer or
play, but when the team is at the line
of scrimmage, tune it down so the
players can hear the quarterback and
coaches.
Finally, watch the team. The
players will let you know when they
need extra volume or the volume
turned down.
Most of all, enjoy the game and
your part in the wonderful high school
experience. J
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Bar No.: Lee Blvd., Crestview, Fl. Storage, located in Crest- www.ubcf.info FreeTow-
at 11:00 AM on Decem- view, Okaloosa County, ing, Tax Deductible,
Main St. Crest- ber 2 2008, the follow- Florida, gives notice to Non-Runners Accepted,
536 ing described property as Paul Ingram that personal (888)468-5964.
p h o n e : set forth in said Final property stored in Unit # Run your ad State-
505 Judgment, to wit: B shall be sold to the pub-wide! Run your classified
lic on 11-17-08 at 12:00 ad in over 100 Florida
giving Notice: LOT 49, ROCKY BAYOU AM at the mini-storage newspapers reaching
aron COUNTY CLUB ES- facility. ov er 4 Million readers for
Fourth Ave., TATES, UNIT NO. 3, AC- $475over4 Million readers for
FI 32536 CORDING TO THE PALT Brown's Mini Storage $4aper or (866)742-1373
THEREOF AS RECORDED 190 John King Rd. for more details or visit
,dams IN PLAT BOOK, 7, Crestview, Florida for more details or visit.
y Mill Rd., Holt PAGES 1 AND 2, PUB- 32536 850-642-1111 www.florid-classifieds.com
LIC RECORDS OF Owner: Billy Brown
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA 11/12/2008
11/15/2008 1 5
Any person claiming an Single white male 70
interest in the surplus 5'8" 170lbs. Looking for
from the sale, if any other LEGAL #120107 a slender white lady
00440 than the property owner 65-72. I am easy going
as of the date of lis pend AUCTIONS and easy to please. Just
-E CIRCUIT ens must file a cliam In accordance with Flor- and easgo eane. Justo
OF THE FIRST within 60 days after the ida Statutes, Advance need a good woman to
,L CIRCUIT OF sale. Storage, Inc located at share and do things to-
IDA IN AND sale. 5180 S. Ferdon Blvd. gether. Please write RLB
OKALOOSA DON W. HOWARD Crestview, FL, will offer O. Box 876, Crest-
TY CASE NO. As Clerk of the Court for sale to the highest vie(850), FL 32536 or ca
CA 005700 By: Kitty Sims bidder the household and (850) 689-8038
As Deputy Clerk other goods stored in the
FARGO BANK, below listed units. Said
TRUSTEE FOR Dated this 4 day of No- goods are to be sold to
ONE MORT- member, 2008. recover the rents not paid *1 160 P.I
LOAN TRUST by the tenants. Lost Sat. Nov. 1st Cock-
SSET- BACKED In accordance with 'the atiel Bird gray & white
ATES, SERIES American with Disabili- Advanced Storage I near Twin Hills Park East -
ties Act, person needing Crestview area. call
al., a reasonable accommo- Kevin Drummond Unit C8 682-6220 REWARDI
dation to participate in November 15, 2008
the proceeding should, 9:00 10:00 am F '
no later than seven (7)
KERT, days prior, contact the Teresa Tucker Unit B67 1170
Clerk of the Court's disa- November 15, 2008 by stroller found on
hi coordinatr at 9:00 10:00 am Baby stroller found on


of Summary Administra- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
tion must file their claims SURE SALE
with this court WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET NOTICE IS HEREBY
FORTH IN SECTION GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
733.702 OF THE FLOR- nal Judgment dated Sep-
IDA PROBATE CODE. tember 17, 2008 and en-
tered in Case No. 2007
ALL CLAIMS AND DE- CA 005700, of the Cir-
MANDS NOT SO FILED cuit Court of the First Ju-
WILL BE FOREVER dicial Circuit in and for
BARRED. OKALOOSA County,
Floirda,wherein WELLS
NOTWITHSTANDING FARGO BANK, N.A. AS
ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TRUSTEE FOR OPTION
TIME PERIODS, ANY ONE MORTGAGE
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) LOAN TRUST 2006-A
YEARS OR MORE AFTER ASSET- BACKED CERTIFI-
THE DECEDENT'S DATE CATES, SERIES 2006-1,
OF DEATH IS BARRED. is a Plaintiff and LEROY
ECKERT; RHONDA G.
The date of first publica-


8506517497, 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
A114, SHALIMAR FL,
32579. if hearing im-
paired, contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System. '
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Road, Suite
300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312
Telephone 3057704100
Fax: 3056532329
11/12/08
11/19/08


Hwy 9u going into
Jeffery Johns Unit H7 No- Crestview on Sat. Nov..
vember 15, 2008 9:00 -1st. 537-8096
10:00 am
John Vargus Unit F28
November 15, 2008
9:00 10:00am
Advanced Storage II
Teresa O'Connor Unit
L14 November 15, 2008 PETS & ANIMALS
9:00 10:00 am
2100 Pets
The sale shall take place 2110- Pets: Free to
on November 15, 2008 2120G ood Home
2120-Pet Supplies
at 9:00-10:00 a.m. at 2130- Farm Animals/
Advance Storage. Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
11/08/08 Wanted
11/12/08 2150 Pet Memorials


Complete Auto Painting
includes body work &
material $500. also
insurance work, deducti-
bles not a problem. Call
543-3539




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




AAA Concrete
Driveways, Tear Outs,
Replacements, Sidewalks
Lie/Insured.
Free est. 543-7743
LATHAM CONCRETE
Robert Latham
Masonry, Contractor -
Lic./Ins. Since 1977
All types of Concrete
work. House slabs,
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used on
every job.
Also Bobcat work.
Free est.
682-0137
Cell 826-1672
Masonry We build retaining
walls, knee walls, mailboxes
(Brick) Repair work on houses.
Dumpsters also. Call 682-4369
or 850-758-1020
Stamped Concrete
Cool Deck & Exposed
Aggregate. Slabs, Power
washing Remove,
Replace & Repair Lie/Ins
Free est. 305-1258


Harold Gaines Take Advantage of
Repairs, Remodeling, Fall Prices:
Additions, Concrete/ Shrub Prunning Pressure
Parking Lot Work, Washing Roof & Rain
Carpentry and Roofing. Gutter blowing General
Lic. #RG 0005399. lawn clean ups. Call for
850-862-0383 Free Estimate 902-7175

Lasco Handyman
Inc. Licensed and In-
sured. Honest and de-
pendable, references. MIKE GOLLES
Call Terry 902-3928 PAINTING
*--Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
Small Job Specialist, censed & Insured. Free
no job to small. Painting, estimates. Ph. 682-5347.
stucco, stone, drywall, Senior citizen discounts.
debris removal, ect. call
Allen 826-3512


Land Clearing & Demoli-
tion No job to big or
small. Call for estimate
543-3539

We dispose of mobile
homes & buildings. Call
for est. 543-3539

We move mobile homes
Call for Estimate
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We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
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Exp. Tree Trimming and
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50ft Bucket Truck and
Brush Chipper.
Free est. Lic./Ins.
398-3347
758-8619




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R.V. & Boat covers, gar-
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Sold! Free Catalog For Sale: Windows 3040
(80 0) 678- 0 5 1 7 Double pane w/grid ., .
USHomeAuction.com $50. each. Call i
652-4155 BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
F E O Now available! 2008 ..-u.
A Post Office Jobs. 5100- Business
| 23200 I $18-$20/hr. No experi- Opportunities
FIREWOOD ence, paid, training, Fed 5110-Money to Lend
FIRSALEWOOD FOR benefits, vacations. Call
Split Oak & Pecan. Pick (800)910-9941 Today! B
REF #FLO8.
up or delivery '.Call S100
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to have your $1,000 a day possible
f Thanksgiving Turkey or returning phone calls. No
S Ham smoked! Call selling not MLM
Qam smoked! Call@ 8 060) 4 7 9 8 0 3 37
S3220 Chappy's B-B-Q @ www focusoncash.com
19 in. T.V. twin bed, 682-1614 w f_____- -_o
dryer, various furniture. ^ .lome Assembly $1f t 0+ per Day. Re-
496-6804 Welcome Assembly of turning 2-min phone
496.-680 God is sponsoring a calls. Talk and get rich.
A Brand Name King Pil- youth deer hunt. Ages Full training & support.
lowtop. set. New in Plas- 12-15 years boys or References Available. Se-
tic w/warr. $200. Can girls. Please mail us an rious call
Deliver 850-471-0330 essay as to .why you think (800)940-6301 or
All Brand New Queenou shou ect www.cashresultstoday.com
...Quen. Be sure to include your
PilOwtop Set. In plastic phone number. Deadline All Cash Candy Route
Sw/arrr. $165. Delivery for essay is Nov. 15. Do you earn $800 in a
available 850-255-3050 Mail your essay to 4568 day? 30 Local Machines
Bed A 100% all new Full Yellow Bluff Rd. Crest- and Candy $9,995.
size mattress set in plastic view Fl.32539. (888)629-9968
w/warranty. $119.00. B02000033. Call Us:
850-471-0330 We will not be under-
Dark green recliner, sold!
like new $'80 firm. Help Others while
* Antique armoire, exc. Helping Yourself. Fire
condition $ 400 firm. your boss. No buying,
Call 259-6681 No selling, Nota MLMI
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EMLO r76(800)242-0363 ext

3230 4100 Help Wanted Job Suck? Want to
Baker 4110- Restaurants/Clubs Own Your Own Busi-
HBaker -AI 4120-Sales t ness? Be Your Own Boss
HUGE4-FAMLYE! 4130- Employment in 4 Billion $$$ Industryl
YARD SALE! Information Avg. Owner Earning
Fri & Sat Nov. 14, 15 Over $200Kgyearn Call
8AM-2PM. 1151 Skeeter 24/7 888)428-K/53ear Call
Lane (Off Keyser Mill Rd). 247 (888)428-5392
Lots of items to much to 4100 Own A Recession Proof
list. Bartender Position: Business Established ac-
Crestview Flexible Shift, Must be counts with the average
VFW Member/Auxilary owner earning over
6-FAMILY YARD eligible, Apply $200K a year call 24/7
SALE! 8AM/10AM @VFW, (866)622-8892 Code X.
Sat. Nov 15, 7AM 2240 James 'Lee Blvd
11AM 1176 Farmer St. West. r
Furn, New Baby items, Customer Servc/Call Ctr / ,.
toys, kitchen & house de-
car, clothes (all sizes), Customer
X-mas decor & Organ. Customer \ iH~f J
Crestview Service
Crestview Jackson Hewitt tax
Huge Eight service is excepting ap- 7 *
Family Yard plications for customer REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Sale service reps. Customer -.I
Sat. Nov. 15, 7am- service & people skills a 6100 Business/
noon, 895 N Ferdon must. Paid training and Commercial
Blvd. Lots of items: house- 15 locations to choose .6110 Apartments
wares, clothes, tools and from. Apply in person at 6120 Beach Rentals
lots of misc. items. 1191 E. North Eglin 6130- Condo/Tfownhouse
lotsofmscaems kwayShalimarFL. 6140- House Rentals
Cretviewrkway Shalimar, FL. 6150- Roommate Wanted
Crestview Food Service/Hospitality 6160- Rooms or Rent
Huge Inside 6170 Mobile Home/Lot
Yard Sale Cracker Barrel of 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
429 N Crestview Now Hiring all 6190- Timeshare Rentals
positions Nights Week- 6200 Vacation Rentals
Hathaway St ends EOE 682-8804 Ap-
Across from Tin Hills ply anytime.
Park. 240-9678 .........


1.--.I .Hlealth & Beauty
Crestview
MOVING SALE! Shear Attitude has
Sat., Sun Nov 15 & 16, spaces available.In a spa
8AM Till, 809 Valley like environment, stylist,
Rd. Video games, Furni- barbers, nail tech. estheti-
ture, clothes lots of cian. New location
things. 423-7704


1 6100
Crestview 800 SF. lo-
cated at Southgate' office
complex close to shopp-
ing and schools. $750.
mo.+$750 dd. Available
Nov. 1st. 683-3939


For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi- Crestview Logistics/Transportation- 1 m Free Rent! Coldwe Banker United
huahua gpuppies.Long Multi.FamilyCrstvew-Free1Rent Realtors 117 Courthouse
huahu puppies.Long Multaml Crestview- 2br, ba, Terrace Crestview, F
and short haired Call Yard Sale Driver Trainees quiet, gated, No pets 32536 (850) 689-1515
850-902-7275 Sat 7am ? Needed No CDL? No $575mo/ $550dep, 12 or (850) 682-5922-EHO
-665 Ridg Lake Problem! Earn up to mo lease req. 585-6985 0307 Walnut Ave, 1 br,
S665 Ridge Lake $900wk. Home week- 1bo 700f, $25 Inte-
Road ends w/TMC. Company Crestview- 1 br apt, ba, 700s, $425 Inte-
| 2110 ICrstvie endorsed CDL Training. 698 Kenneth Ave. Con-. nor Unit triplex n
KI s w l Crestview a l1-866-280-5309 pletely furnished, utilities 1 305 Walnut Ave 2br
Kittens 7 wk. old also full Yard Sale incl. No pets. $600.mo 1 ba, 900sf, $500 end
grown male cat. All free Fri. & Sat. 7am-? Poin- Medical/Health 682-3166 unitTriplex
to good home. Very af- setta St. (off Stillwell). Fur- Dental Assistant Certf. Ra- 309 Walnut Ave. 2br,
fectionate.428-4092 nature, collectable glass, diography/ Expanded Crestview Bent Creek 1ba 900sf, $500 end
dishes, antiques, cast functions preferred. Apts 1 Vouchers Ac- unit triplex
iron, 27inc colored con- Full-time benefit package. cepted. Rental assistance 228 Runnymeade Dr.
** 1 sole remote TV., name Fax resume 683-0524 may be avail 1 & 2 BR 2br 1.5ba 930sf $575
brand lady's clothes, C & non-HC accessible Month's Rent Free
Hay for sale. Round ba- coats shoes suites, apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. 230 Runnymeade Dr
les only. call 758-0945 purses, lots more. Crestview, FL. Call 850 2br, W.ba 930sf $575
Crestview 4130 682-5563, TDD/TTY2 Month's Rent Free
Yard Sale 100 WORKERS 711. Equal Housing Op- 130Patton St 2brlba
Sat. Nov. 15, 7:30-?, NEEDED portunity 900sf $625 no pets al-
1145 Farmers St. (off Assemble crafts, wood Crestview Inn lowed
storage building, lanedotsf vided.To$480+/wk Motel $35d $165 wk, 0 6106 Magnolia Lane -
name brand girl clothes Free information pkg. 24 APT $190 Wk. $575 4 3br,1 .ba 1026sf $695
diffemt sizes, much more. Hr 801-428-4649 wk Call 682-4466 1 month's rent free
Crestview 139 Beacon's Bend
MERCHANDISE Cresew Colonial Life seeks an 2br, lba 804sf, $700 -
Yard Sale entrepreneurial profes- Pets with'approval
3100 -Antiqpes Sat. Nov. 15, 7am-? Red sional with sales experi- 8146 8th Ave 3br;2ba
3110- Appliances Roof Garage on Wiste- ence to become a District 6130 1355sf $750- Laurel Hill
3120- Arts & Crafts ria. Push + riding mower Manager. A Life/Health Crestview 3 br, 2.5ba 440 Apple Dr 3br,
3130- Auctions +misc. license is required. Sub-TH- near shopping W/D 2ba 1355sf $725 New
3140- Baby Items Cre sttiTH- ve.$5 .tnear shopping W/D 2ba
3150- Building Supplieshkup. $750 mo. Pet neg. Pint
3160 Bsiness Yard Sale t. Please contact:Military Disc. 897-0267 0 118 Palmetto Dr 4br,
3170-Collectibles 301 Victory Ln. Lot of coloniallife.com or call Crestview- 3br, 1.5ba 2a 927 $800 pets
3180-Computern Christmas gifts, lady s (904)424-5697. all apps., W/D- hkups, wltapproval 2
3190-Electronics fringed jackets( leather & Drivers: Call Todayl off street parking. $550 b210 Feldon 3br,
3200- Firewood suede).Furniture. Lots Sign-On Bonus mo+dd. 217-7344 2ba 1156sf $800 Pets
3220 Furniture with approval
3230 Garage/Yard Sales more. Rian or shine 35-41cpm Earn over with approval
3240-Guns Crestview $1000 weekly Excellent 152 Sawying Pines CT
3250 Good Things to Eat YARD SALE! Benefits Need CDL-A & 3 r3br2.5 ba 1309f -
3260 Health & Fitness Sat. Nov 15 8AM Till, mos recent OTR $800-End Unit
3270 Jewelry/Clothing 205 Water Oak Lane. ( 8 7 7 ) 2 5 8 8 7 8 2 2904 Orchidcrest Dr.
3280 Machinery/ 'Electronics, clothes, what www.meltontruck.com Crestvlew-103 Ham- 4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $825
Equipment thr Ch
3290 Medical Equipment nots & Leather Couch. Exchange Coordinators pton 2 br, 1.5 ba, Out- 1 months free rent
3300 Miscellaneous TUPPERWARE Wanted EF Foundation side storage & open pa- 0 118 Campbell Dr 3br,
3310 Musical instruments Call Jackie 682-4305 seeks energetic and moti- tio. $560 mo + sd 2ba 1207sf $850 pets
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ vated representatives to 682-8483 or 865-3421 -;with approval
3330- Restaurant/Hotel help find homes for int'l f 5720 Reinke Dr 3br,
3340 Sporting Goods exchange students. Cam- f S I 2ba 1253sf $850 pets
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) 3260 mission / travel benefits. NAwith approval
S Feeling Anxious About Must be 25+. I o64 50Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba
The Future? Buy and read (877)-12..9i23 61"-1165sf $850 pets with
Dianetics by L. Ron Hub- Guaranteed Weekly 4 br, 2 ba, off Hwy 90 approval
& 3100 bard. Price: $20.00. Or- Selement Check. Join 2 car gar., Lg fenced 2861 Airport Rd 4br,
All Types of Watch & derNow. Free Shipping. Wil-Trans Lease Operator back yd, $1,100 mo. + 1.5ba 1786 $850 Pets
C Rir a www.DianeticsTampa.org ep. 850-830-5854a
Clock Repair, grandfa- w 's'ror Call (813)872-0722. Program. Get the Benefits dep. 850-830-5854 with approval
others, mantels, cuckoos, 1 of Being a Lease'Opera- 3BR/2BA Foreclosure! i 5984 Creekside Cir
we buy antiques, Call tor .without any of the 11,00 Only $ /3br, 2ba 1465sf $895
689-1007 Sj' Risk. (866)906-2982.. $11,000! Only
SMust be 23. Mal 5% down 20 years pets with approval
I 3300 Must be 23 @ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR 238 Tiffot Ct 3br,2ba
"Every Building on Learn to Operate a $259/Mo! For listings 1620sf $899 1st
Salel" Crane or Bull Dozer (800)366-9783 Ext month's rent free ,
| 3110 Manufacturer Direct at Heavy Equipment Train- 5798. 0 324 Lakeview Dr 3br,
Ron's Appliance & Parts, "Rock Bottom Prices" ing. National Certifica- 2ba 1088sf, $900 All
appliance repair, appli- 32x60x18 $11,995. tion. Financial & Place- A appliances included
ance parts 213 N. Main '35x60x16 $14,285. ment Assistance. Georgia 4815 Summer Creek
Street, call 689-1007. 40x80x16 $20,995. School of Construction. Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf
'Aftdr hours 305-8515 48x100x18 $27,495. www.Heavy5.com Use $995 privacy fenced
60x120x18 $44,900. code "FLCNH" or call American-Realty backyard
Many Others Pioneer (866)218-2763. of Northwest 0 2834 Atoka Trail 4br,
Steel (800)668-5422. Over 18? Between F I nc ba 1953sf. $995 1
3130 Airlines. Are Hiring High School and Col- Forida, months rent free to mili-
*Home Auction* Or- Train for high paying Avi- lege? Travel and Have 682-4822 or tary
lando, FL. 140+. Condos action Maintenance Ca- Fun w/Yo.ung Successful 651-5717 EHO e 507 White Oak Lane
Must Be Sold! Up to reer. FAA approved pro- Business Group. No Ex- 130 Hampton Dr. 2br 4br, 2ba 1850sf $995 -
3BD/2BTH. Starting' Bids gram. Financial aid if perience Necessary. 30 2
to $49K. Prev Val"ed to qualified Job placement 2wks Paid Training. 1.5ba $545 First Months Rent Free
$250K. Low Down/E-Z assistance. Call Aviation Lodging, Transportation 3083 Butler Rd. 3br, 1305 Jefferyscot Ct
Finance Free Brochure Institute of Maintenance P r o v i d' e d 1ba $595 3br, 2ba 1613sf $1000
8 0 0 ) 6 1 7- 1 0 6 8 (888)349-5387 (888)384-8021. 546 Purl Adams ,ve. pets allowed
www.AuctionToday.com Attend College online Post office Now Hir 3b, 1.5ba $645 5121 Whitehurst lane
REDC. from Home. *Medical,ost 4br, 2ba 1836sf $1000
193+- Acres--Cana *Business, *Paralegal, inglAvg Payd$20/her or 165 Patch Ave. 3br, all appliances included
Virginia. (15) Commer- *Computers, *Criminal $57K/yr Including Fed- 2bc $650 0 1235 Gabrielle Drive
cial Tracts, 5to 25 Acre Justice. Job placementas-s s- ed source no 307 Runnymeade Dr. 3br, 2ba 1758sf$1125
Residential Tracts Tim- distance. Computer avail- affilid Yadw/USPS who 3br, 2ba $695 Large Fenced in back
ber, 2-story, 3BR Brick able. Financial Aid if hires Call (866) 2455 Starmount Dr yard
Home Personal Property qualify., Call713-4492 3br, 2ba $700 *- 2716 Paddock Cir
www.rogersrealtycam. (866) *858-2121, 725 Edney Ave 3br, 4br, 2ba 2097sf $1195
Bracky Rogers. www.Centuranline.com 2ba $700 1 months rent free rent
(8n00A44-7060 R . r _, .- J, .,-_-I S/-


tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri

Crestview
3br 2ba lcg
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,
M-F



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Crestview
3br, 2ba, 2cg, FP
1144sqft & fenced
yard. Wildhorse Dr.
$800/mo + SD. For
info, please email
dinardod@yahoo.com
or call 302-233-5465.

Crestview 3br, 2ba, .3
yr. old house, 1400sf,
acre lot, Ig kit & brs. Au-
burn area. $875/mo,
$900dep. 240-0890


Crestview
3br/2ba/1cg & work-
shop, Hardwood & tile
floors, Nice Yard! No
Pets! No Smoking close
to schools.
$750.mo/$750. dd-
585-1574 .

Crestview- Countryview
4 br, 2 ba, built in 2004.
ONLY $900mol ,Call
Jenny at Pelican Real Es-
tate 315-0972




Crestview- home for
rent, country setting. 1
acre of land. 3br, 2ba,
large room. $950 mo.
WG&E Paid. 682-4280
or 699-4281




Crestview- Rent to own
N of 1-10, easy terms, no
credit check. Brick 4 br,
2 ba, 2400sf, pdol, pri-
vacy fence. $1400 mo+
dd. 682-0641

Crestview- '. South of
1-10, 3br, 2ba. Lgofnced
yd, pool. 1630sf, $1200
mo + $1200dd. 2751


* 115 Oak Terrace 3br; Plus an aaaditiona 5/o Keats Dr. 376-1085
2ba $725 discount on monthly rent _
* 209 Swaying Pine Ct to military Holt Home for Rent/
3br, 2.ba $745 248 Limestone Cir Sale, Owner Financing.
r* .7 Jhn King Rd. 3br, 4ba 1866sf $1200 Newly Refurbished, 4br,
, 32 oh K$75 Rd no pets allowed 3.5ba, 2 cg, Large Eat-in
3br 2ba ,750 228 Riverchase Blvd Kitchen w/ bar. All
* 2932 Sholtz Ave 3br, 4br, 2ba 2555sf $1300 Appis, Large Laundry &
2ba $795 FirstMonth's Rent Free walk in Pantry. M.Br, gar-
* 811 6th Ave 3br, 2ba 5262 Clint Mason Rd den tub, walk-in closet. ,
$795 3br, 2.5ba 1878sf 2 porches & deck. 1
* 526 Wingspan Way $1.400 pets. with ap- acre OnCooper Lane.
2br,2.5 ba $800 proval 90 m ,537-4094,
* 530 Wingspan way For further information 758-7361
2br,2.5ba $800 and to apply online, New Handi
* 517 Wingspan way please visit our website Holt -New Handi-
2br,2.5ba $800 at: www.cburpm.com pFor Rent 2br, 2ba w/
* 511 Wingspan way Stainless Applsm with
2br,2.5ba $800 Crestview 2BR/1BA W/D hookups. Walk-in
* 512 Wingspan. Way 450 E Field Av. CH&A closet in M.Br. Lots of
2br,2.5ba $800 $475. mo + dd Call Storage. Carport for
55Wingspan Wa, 86518921 auto. On Cooper Ln.
* 515 Wingspan Way 86-8921 $690/mo 537-4094,
2b, 2.5ba $825 902-3660, 758-7361
* 528 Wingspan Way Crestview
3br, 2(5ba $825 Cr C / 1 Dulex
* 2993 Windsor Cir fresh y painted, $600
3br,2ba $825 r mo, $600 DD, pets ok N W AY
* 6110.' Sonny Ln with additional deposit,
3br,2ba $825 682-7731 Mon-Fri Janet Johnson
* 455 Wingard St. 3br, Realty, Inc.
2ba $850. Equal Housing
* 519 Wingspan Way V ortunity
3br, .2.5ba $875 NEW Opportuni.00
* 503 Wingspan Way 2-1800
3br,2.5 ba $875 Crestvlew- 232 South Baker
* 6030 Bud Moulton Rd Springs, close to down- 5804 Buck Ward Rd-
3br, 2.5ba $875 town,3 b aCH 3 br, 2 ba; $850
2812 Atoka Tr 3hrFormal dining, 2 screen-
* 2812 Atoka Tr 3br ed porches $600 mo 1112 CountryLiving Rd
2ba $895 135South Wilson, 3 br, 2 ba; $950
* 12 Courtney Ln 4br, convenient location, 2 br Crestview
2ba $900 1 ba, all new carpet, 0 114 Hampton Dr
* 203 Cabana Way fenced yard $400 + 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
3br,2ba $900 $450 sd. 850 682-8483 0 3089 Cosson Circle-
0106 Split Creek Dr or 865-3421 3 br, 2 ba; $600
3br,2ba $900 0 216 Virginia St -
* 3119 Skyhawk Dr. 2br, 1.5 ba; $600
3 hr, 2ba $I900 0 602 Henderson St
* 401 Northview Ln. 315 Brackin Sta; $6
3br, 2ba $925 3 br, 2 ba; $650
* 631 Alysheba 3br,2ba 0 1090-A Farmer St-
$950 2 br, 1 ba, $675
* 4707 Young Rd. 4br, 202 Virginia St-
2ba $1000 2 br, 1.5 ba; $700
* 3108 Skyhawk Dr. 6018 Sand Hill Rd
4br, 2ba $1000 Tlnony 3 br, 1 ba; $725
* 103 Trevor Ct. 4br, T i olUriU 206 Virginia St
2ba $1025 2 br, 1.5 ba, $750
* 603 Affirmed Ct 4br, 107 CorwinDr-
2ba $1100 2 r 25 ba; $750
* 1240 Jeffreyscott Dr 523 br, 2 ba;n795
3br, 2ba $1350 106 Corwin Dr-


DeFuniak Springs

* 68 A, Twin Trees, 2br,
1 ba $475
0 68 C Twin Trees 2br,
I ba, $475
* 1004 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
* 1046 N. 20th St. 2br,
1 ba, $525
0 1084 N. 20th St. 2br,
1 ba, $525
* 1120 N. 20th St. 2br,
1ba, $525
* 1138 N. 20th St. 2br,
1 ba, $525
Visit us at
www.era-american.com


2 br, 2.5 ba; $800
0 134 Swaying Pine Ct -
3 br, 2.5 ba; $825
0 6247 Winstead Rd -
3 br, 2 ba; $825
0 5682 Reinke Dr -
4 br, 3 ba, $900
0 421 Juniper Dr-
3 br, 2 ba; $995
0 1746 Pearl StN-
3 br, 2 ba; $1000
* 6317 Havenmist Ln -
4 br, 2 ba; $1250
* 2704 Ashley Maria Ct
3 br, 2 ba; $1250
* 4124 Big Buck Trail
3 br, 2 ba, $1250
Laurel Hill
* 3650 Okaloo Ln -
6 br, 3 ba; $900


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 2939 McCarty Ave,
$950, 3 br, 2 ba, 1cg
* 332 Adams Drive
$1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
No pets
* '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
4 139 Stephens Lane,
$850, 3 br, 2ba, 1'AC


Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2V ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
-separate living & 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.


8100 Antique & Collectibles "
8110- cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130-Trucks
8140 Vans
8150-Commercial
8160- Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
99AR -neat aiipe a uwnek


8 o245 Boate Slps & Docks
+ Commercial T 8310 AIrcraft/Aviation
290 Main Street $1500 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
All Properties require a 7150 8340"M-torhomes
credit check, 1 yr lease
no inside smoking. Pet CARSB^ ,
fees are non- refundable. Wrof T IJ Hil
Call Debra Frost 8"0 o
682-6156 Holt 4 acres off
Cooper Ln. $35,000.
-L *obo .758-5587


Roommate to. share r' -
3br, 2ba, brick house
$450mo includes all until
& cable. Call 689-8978 7160
*gPM W I B 2008 Blow Out! Must
sell all discounted homes,
d-2 uedu hnmes. and forec'o-


HEW TIBAY
Auburn area3br, 2ba,
Lg yard. Large trailer. FP,
No smoke/pets. $550
mo. $575dd. 240-0890
Crestview- Newer MH,
close to 90 and Antioch
3br,lba .$575 $500dd
217-2750 or 862-4595







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


7100
Crestview 3br, 1 ba,
gar, large' fenced yard
on quiet cul-de-sac.
$800/mo + $700 dd,
Pets considered. 255
Edgewood PI. 259-7277





Ft. Walton
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 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


Dale invites
everyone to stop
by to chat about
the great deals
going on. Come
see Dale for your
vehicle needs.




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PONTAC H1IICKI BM M
4300 S FERDON BLVD.
IIA 6' .1 CRESTvlEA fL

(850)682-2708
leecrestview.com


'CHEVROLET


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sure homes. Call Clayton
Homes for information
850-682-3344


Only Fourteen,
Payments Left!
Make one and move in.
Call 850-682-3344

Own your own land or
have family land? Call
Clayton Homes, 0%
down, all credit OK. Call
850-682-3344

Take over payments on a
SBedroom 2 Bath. Bad
redit,' no problem! Call
for details
850-682-4234





Country Acreage By
Owner 5 Acres, Beautiful
Mountaintop log. cabin
site w/breathtaking
views, 'gently rolling
property, surrounded by
woods, 30min's. from
Cookeville, $29,900.
Owner financing
(931)445-3611

Immediate cash paid
for private mortgages
and trust deeds, call John


Mazda.Miata
2 MX5 2006
29K Mi., Factory war-
ranty, auto. Appear-
ance pkg, 6 disc CD,
17" wheels, power
windows/locks, Many
upgrades, $17,500
Call 934-5610




1 8120

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





1995 Chevy Van 6 Cyl:
inder, custom interior,
runs good. $1500.
682-7347


today at (631)208-1332 Chrysler
for your free quote on Family Van
yournotel Price reddcedI Must
www.lakesidefsonline.com make room in garage for
wife's new car: Her
Former car is a 2000
Tennessee Land Rush! er Town & Country
i+acre to 2acre. home- minivan. Top of the line.
sites, wood, views. Start- Leather. Chrome wheels:
ing at $59,900. Tenn 1 owner (non-smoker).
River & Nick-a-Jack view Garage kept. Only 80K
tracts now available Re- miles. $6995
tirement guide rates this SOLDII
area #2 is U.S. places to
retire. Low cost of living,
no -impact fee. (330) Dodge Van 1987 with
699-2741 or (866) wheel chair lift. 31k mile
550-5263, Ask About $8000. 682-2981
Mini Vacation! 585-3771



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 1100 OFF your 1st
month's rent.
Rent starting at $885.00 per month.


Call today

(850) 689-2221
Offerexpires 10/10/08


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Bill Spears,
Invites everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
Bill can help you to drive
away in a new or used
vehicle today!


S -- A AN AMERICAN RE1VOWTION
wAW -rd L. ,7 Your Silverado Headquarters. Locally Owned& Operated
SCHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
S682-2731

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Crestview 3 br, 1 ba, Rent or Rent to Own Virginia mountains 2
CH&A w/d hkups, $625 4bcredit needed2ba $850 N. mo. Banks acres on mountain top
mo+ $600 dd. No pets/ cred needed 656 McClelland near New River State
Smoking 803-7096 needed 656 McC2leland w o Park, great fishing, view,
St. 850-243-2172 private. $29,500 must
buygrandmommyshouse. Individual wants to buy sell, call owner
Crestview com house for investment. Call (866)789-8535.
3/1 Duplex rh651-0987
New carpet / freshly f ____
painted, $700 mo, $700 NEW jjAV 65-97----_ __
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Katharine's Studio One
Dance Center has been in
business for 35 years. The
studio places emphasis
on proper technique,
respect and discipline for
the arts. The studio offers
tap, ballet, lyrical, pointe,
jazz and hip hop.
Katharine's auditions


for, the
Ensemble,


Performance
which is


performances, will be
attending competitions in
the regional area.
Our studio brings to our
dancers many well known
master teachers for jazz,
tap, lyrical and hip ,hop.
Classes are available for
dancers ranging from age
3 to adult.
If you would like any


available for the dancers
rofnir ehtruf matio r


that wish to dedicate more
time and performance to
their dance education.
The : Performance


dance program, please
feel free to call or stop by
either of our convenient


Ensemble, along with locations.

fort Walton Beach
745 Beal PIrlkwsy
F. Walton Beach
2438-0203


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pCustom Designs& Settings
I J DE Repairs Engraving. Laser Welding
FINE JEWELRY 850-683-8004
525 E. CedarAve. Crestview, FL honds ci M-F9a.m-6p.m. SAT. 9AM -5 P.M.


Ta
New Installations
Pump Outs Repairs
Permit Packages Available
Fill Dirt Land Clearing
Serving
Okaloosa Walton Santa Rosa
Counties for more than 30 years!


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Ph:85068.523 r 80.92.85


'2785 Goodwin Ave., Crestview, FL 325.39-'
682-9582:


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FRI. SAT.- 11 AM 10 PM
SUNDAY 12 8 PM


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ESTVIEW, FL
FOR CARRY OUT
850.689.1391


Possum Ridll
BB & Catering


Thursday Sunday
l0a.in.-6p.ni.

852 North FordonBlvd. .
Crestview, FL
Right next to Lewis & Company
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Katharine's

Studio One

Crestview
606 James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
682-6634


Fort Walton Beach
745 Beal Parkway
Ft. Walton Beach


243-0203


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Guns Archery Safes -Buy Sell* Trade
Featuring a large selection of
Gun, Archery, Safes and all the Accessories
for your Hunting or Shooting needs.
Treestacnds Blinds Ccamo
Come see our Large Showroom
and Knowledgeable Staff.
If we don't have it we'll get it!
OPEN: TUE.-SAT. 9AM-6PM
Conveniently located 1 mile S. of 1-10. Across from Award Chevorlet

4381 S. Ferdon Blvd., Unit 6 & 7, Crestview, FL 32539
at Emerald Coast Hospice
we treat patients like family





If someone you love is terminally ill, Emerald Coast Hospice is
here for you. Our "every moment matters" approach ensures
that patients live out their days with dignity and respect. At
Emerald Coast our warm, caring team provides spiritual,
emotional and medical support for patients and their families.
Our entire staff is dedicated to delivering compassionate care
through our team approach.
for more information, call
850.689.0300
O"Emerald Coast
hospice
We accept patients for care regardless of age, race color, national origin reIgion, sex disability, being a
qualfted disabled veteran, being a qualied disabled veteran of the Vlienam era, or any other category
protecled by law or decisions regarding advance directives. #1883


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