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KEVIN KRONMILLER I Special to the News Bulletin
SHARING AND REALLY CARING: Instead of birthday presents, Kricket Kronmiller asked
her friends to bring nonperishable food to her ninth birthday party. They completely
filled a six-foot table with their generosity.




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Birthday party nets bounty for Sharing & Caring


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Little girls turning 9 years old can think
of all sorts of great stuff they want for their
birthday.
From iPods and video games to Barbie
and her accessories, the list is staggering.
But not for Kricket Kronmiller, daughter
of Brenda and Kevin Kronmiller of Crest-
view.
"I already have a lot of stuff," the Bob
Sikes Elementary School third-grader ex-
plained matter-of-factly.
Her birthday party invitation spelled it
out succinctly: "Kricket asks that instead
of presents, bring food for Sharing and Car-
ing."
The 15 kids who attended her party re-
sponded with enthusiasm and generosity.
"They brought a lot!" Kricket said.
It was enough to fill a six-foot-long table
from end to end, several layers deep.
From Armour Treets to Zatarain's jam-
balaya mix, the table sagged under the
bounty.
"It's amazing," said her mom, Brenda, a
first grade teacher at Bob Sikes. "I'm very
happy to have a daughter who has that good
of a heart for God."
Kricket first asked for food donations at
her eighth birthday party last year.
"Kricket had heard Sharing and Caring
was out of food, and she said, 'I want to have


my birthday party and help them get food,'"
Kronmiller said. "She didn't even blink an
eye."
Brenda' said Kricket's six-year-old
brother Hunter is not quite ready to
give up his birthday presents in favor of
canned foods, "but he said maybe he'd do
it later."
Both her children, however, eagerly con-
tribute to their Emmanuel Baptist Church's
support of the local food bank.
"Both of my kids bring canned food to
church every Wednesday and Sunday,"
Brenda said. "In fact, they remind us when
it's time!"
Brenda said that when the Sharing and
Caring volunteers who came to pick up the
food after Kricket's birthday party heard
the story, one of the men was crying while
loading the truck.
"We are very proud of her and looking
forward to all the good things she's going to
do in the future," Kronmiller said.
Why does Kricket pass up the chance for
a bundle of potentially awesome birthday
presents?
"I have a good Christian heart and I like
caring for people," she said. "I'm doing the
same thing next year, too!"
Wish Kricket a belated happy birthday
and tell us about the many other generous
people in north Okaloosa County by post-
ing a note www.crestviewbulletin.com.


"I have a good Christian heart and I like caring for
people. I'm doing the same thing next year, too!"
Kricket Kronmiller
Bob Sikes Elementary School third-grader


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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview pulmonary physician and sur-
geon Dr. John Koszuta offers disturbing sta-
tistics about smoking.
"In the United States, smoking is the
third cause of death, and in women, it's the
number one leading cause of preventable
death," Dr. Koszuta said.
Even more disturbing, women now out-
number men in new cases of chronic obstruc-
tive pulmonary disease (COPD), he said.
Worse still, young women are the largest
subgroup of new smokers, according to Dr.
Koszuta.
Reasons for girls as young as middle
school taking up smoking include the er-
roneous perception that it is stylish, as well
as the misconception that the deadly habit
*inhibits weight gain, he said. Adding to the
problem is the misdiagnosis of teenage
smokers' respiratory problems as asthma.
"If they smoke, it could be COPD," Dr.
Koszuta said.
The north county's population demo-
graphics lead to a higher percentage of
smokers than other regions, Dr. Koszuta
said.
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ADVICE FROM THE DOCTOR
"Smokers need to work with their doc-
tor," said Dr. John Koszuta. "They need
pulmonary function tests (PFTs), which are
really the only way to assess injury from
smoking."
Dr. Koszuta offers these four steps for
smokers:
1. Quit smoking now
2. Talk to their doctor and get a PFT
3. Take advantage of the most up-to-date
medicines to breathe better and live longer.
4. Consider other issues such as blood
pressure, weight and sleep apnea.
"The societal increase in weight gain
and obesity put additional stress on the
lungs," Dr. Koszuta said. "Many. people
who have shortness of breath could also
have obstructive sleep apnea. These prob-
lems are interrelated and intertwined."
QUIT SMOKING NOW
For information on the Quit Smoking
Now program offered by the West Flori-
da Area Health Education Center, 1455
S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, call (850)
398-6965 or toll-free 877-6-STOPNOW.
AHEC also offers smoking cessation pro-
gram training for facilitators and health
care workers.






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Twin Hills breaks ground for a 'walk in the park'


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

A groundbreaking ceremony was
held last week for a walking/biking
track around the lake on the east side
of Twin Hills Park.
The park will feature a half-mile as-
phalt path around the lake with bench-
es, security lighting, a painted bike
lane and 10 fitness stations along the
path route. Restrooms will be added,
along with two covered pavilions, pic-
nic tables and a 60-foot dock, gazebo
and lighted fountain on the lake.
The city of Crestview received a
$200,000 florida Recreation Develop-
ment Assistance Program grant to
fund the project. The city will match
the grant funds through in-kind servic-
es and the value of the property.
The city's parks and recreation de-
partment will work together with the
public services department on the
project, said Crestview Parks and Rec-
reation Director Chuck Powell.
"Anything that we can do in-house
will make the $200,000 that we are get-
ting from the state stretch even further


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
WALK IN THE PARK: Tim Parson, aide to State Representative Greg Evers,
presents a check from the Florida Recreation Development Assistance
Program to Crestview Mayor. David Cadle as Parks and Recreation .Director
Chuck Powell, Councilwoman Linda Parker and City Clerk Janice Young
look on.


and will also enable us to add the fit-
ness path," Powell said.
Several local organizations have
expressed an interest in sponsoring
fitness stations in the new park and
will be recognized by signage at that


station. Any civic or corporate group
interested in participating can contact
Powell at the Crestview Parks and Rec-
reation Department.
The targeted completion date for
the project is summer 2009.


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Is your child celebrating his or her 1st birthday
soon? Jill Smith takes the Crestview News Bulletin's
"Happy First Birthday!" photos in her studio at 5669
Reinke Dr., behind the Crestview library. Photos will
be taken by appointment between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday. Please call 826-1819 for an appointment. A
free birthday photo will be taken for publication in the
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Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian

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PROGRAMS
Join us today or
Thursday at 10:15 a.m.
for a "Giving Thanks"
Story Time. (I always love
seeing Miss Heather in her
"Pilgrim" dress.)


STAFF PICKS
"Finding Nouf"
(Fic Fer). Zoe Ferraris's
electrifying debut novel of
taut psychological suspense
offers an unprecedented
window into Saudi Arabia and
the lives of men and women
there.
When 16-year-old Nouf
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drowned in the desert outside
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Equally suited for sharing
as a family or in a classroom,
"Our White House" will
energize and inspire young ,
readers on their journeys to
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LIBRARY
The next bi-monthly
meeting of the Friends of
the Crestview Library will
be tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. in
the library meeting room.
Brenda Smith with the
Okaloosa County Extension
Service "Okaloosa Saves"
program will be the guest
speaker discussing "Identity
Theft" and "Looking at your
Money Habitude."

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FAMILIES VISIT HUNTING CAMP


AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE: An authentic American Indi-
an hunting camp was presented by Farris Powell,
Blue Heron during Family Night sponsored by the
Robert L. F. Sikes Public Library. The educational
program covered the life of Creek Indians in our
area of Florida.



Arts CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Arch the Angel of the
91st Airborne Division
Karen Dean's delightful
Christmas musical soars to
life on the Florida Chautauqua
Theatre stage in this produc-
tion of FCT's Music & More
fall theatre workshops. Nov.
21-23, at the theatre, 850 Bald-
win Ave., DeFaniak Springs, 7
p.m. Fri & Sat; 2:30 p.m. Sun.
Visit info@fcweb.org or call
(850) 892-9494 for tickets.


The Nutcracker
The Northwest Florida
Ballet presents a perennial
family holiday favorite. Katia
Garza of the Orlando Bal-
let and international guest
artist Israel Rodriguez per-
forming the roles of the Sug-
arplum Fairy and her Prince.
Saturday, Nov. 22, 7:30 p.m.;
Sunday, Nov. 23, at 2 p.m. At
the Northwest Florida State
College Mattie Kelly Fine &
Performing Arts Center. For
ticket information visit www.
nfballet.org or call (850) 664-
7787.


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Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Crestview High
School chorus held its an-
nual pancake breakfast
fund-raiser Saturday morn-
ing. While feasting on flap-
jacks and sausage, chorus
parents, siblings and sup-
porters were entertained
throughout the morning by
the group's show choirs,
women's choir, mixed choir
and men's choir.
"We didn't make as
much as we usually do,"
said Crestview High School
choral music director Kevin
Lusk, "but we'll clear more
than $500, and that's pretty
good."
The money helps fund
chorus transportation to
regional and state competi-
tions as well as out-of-town
performances to venues
such as Walt Disney World.


BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
SINGING FOR THEIR BREAKFAST: A performance by the CHS
men's choir concluded the entertainment at Saturday
morning's chorus pancake breakfast.


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HIGH NOTE: Andrew Stegner, a 10th-grade RAISING VOICES: Cresiview High School chorus
bassoonist for the Big Red Machine, will members chosen for all-state choirs are (from left)
perform with a Florida all-state concert Hannah Teal, Kody Lusk, Cassy Waight, Kyle Lusk,
band. Tanthalas Bunch and Ashley Sennett.

Chorus, band members to represent area at state level


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
When the batons are raised
over the Florida all-state bands
and choruses in January, Crest-
view will be well represented.
Fifteen talented vocalists
and instrumentalists faced the
challenges of multi-stage audi-
tions and were chosen to be in
the ranks of the state's best.
Crestview High School 10th-
grader Andrew Stegner, a bas-
soon player with the Big Red
Machine, was one of the chosen
few.
"It's a very select group," said
band director Jody Dunn. "They
don't take many bassoon play-
ers." -
Statewide, including middle
and high school students, fewer
than 12 bassoon players were
chosen, Dunn said.
"I'm very proud of him," Dunn
said. "I called him with the news
Monday night, and he kept say-
ing, 'Are you serious? Is this a
joke? Is this a joke?' He's very
excited."
Andrew will be playing in the
all-state ninth- and 10th-grade


"This area where we live has
a large retired population, and
we have a greater than average
(population) of new and existing
smokers," he said.
One attraction: the area is
near sea level.
"People who have lung dis-
ease have difficulty breathing at
higher elevations and in areas
which have big changes of cli-
mate," Dr. Koszuta said.
Sadly, while many fatal ill-
nesses such as heart disease,
are decreasing, "if you look at
the mortality statistics, smok-
ing-related lung disease is in-
creasing," Dr. Koszuta said.
He also offered a glimmer of
hope, including for those who
have permanently damaged
lungs from smoking. New medi-
cations, for example, offer longer'
relief than recent drugs such as
Albuterol inhalers.
"We now have medicines that
work all day," Dr. Koszuta said..
"The analogy of the old medi-
cines was like putting air into a
leaking tire. The newer medi-
cines are analogous to putting a
patch on the tire. People say, 'oh
the damage is already done,' but
with new medicines, the damage
is partially reversible."
Still, no pharmaceutical is
a match for the best means of
combating COPD.
"The key for smokers is, num-
ber one, to quit smoking," Dr.
Koszuta emphasized. "Absolute-


concert band. Other statewide
bands include the middle school
band and middle school honors
band.
Jonathan Baughman, an
eighth-grade trombone player,
will represent Davidson-Middle
School in at least one of the lat-
ter categories.
The all-state choir will feature
six singers from the Crestview
High School chorus. Brothers
Kyle Lusk, a senior, and Kody
Lusk, a sophomore, will sing with
the all-state men's choir, said
their proud father, choral direc-
tor Kevin Lusk.
The all-state women's choir
will include CHS junior Han-
nah Teal, sophomore Cassandra
Waight and freshmen Ashley
Sennett and Tanthalas Bunch,
Lusk said.
Of Davidson's 170-voice cho-
rus, seven students earned the
all-state honor, said director
Keitha Bledsoe.
Eighth-graders Olivia Dunn
(daughter of Jody Dunn) and
Candice May, and seventh-grad-
ers Matt Gillis and Joe Printy
will sing with the seventh- and
eighth-grade mixed all-state


ly everybody who stops smoking
will get better with respect to
their breathing, to some degree.
If people stop smoking, they will
get better and feel better."
There are many resources
available for people serious
about freeing themselves of
their addiction to tobacco. For
starters, Thursday is the Ameri-
can Cancer Society's 33rd an-
nual Great American Smokeout,
which was inaugurated in 1976
to inspire and encourage smok-
ers to quit for one day.
Locally, the West Florida
Area Health Education Center
in Crestview offers Quit Smok-
ing Now, a free, six-week, evi-
dence-based program adminis-
tered through the Department
of Health.
. "It is very empowering, and
these people have a lot to say,"
said Naomi Brown, the center's
certified tobacco treatment
specialist. "To see people get
the color back in their face and
be able to breathe again, I get
choked up about it. You've given
them a new chance on life.
"We lose 400,000 people a year
due to smoking, which is equiva-
lent to five 747-size jetliners
crashing every day for a year,"
Brown added. "Do you want to
buy a ticket on that airplane?"
Some area businesses are
encouraging their employees
who smoke to participate in the
Smokeout. At North Okaloosa


chorus.
Chloe Arrant, an eighth-grad-
er, will join seventh-graders Em-
ily Parker and Celeste Jones in'
the seventh- -and eighth-grade
treble chorus, Bledsoe said.
Lusk and Bledsoe both had
praise for their students who
made it through what they de-
scribed as a difficult audition pro-
cess that included an advanced
musicianship test, a sight-read-
ing test and a vocal audition.
"It was long, drawn-out and
strenuous," Lusk said.
"They go through an awful,
awful lot," Bledsoe agreed. "It's
very, very tough. I am very proud
of them. They do a very good
job."
The rewards are well worth
the arduous road to Tallahassee
for both musicians and vocalists.
"It's one of the largest state
conventions in the country,"
Dunn said. "They get to sing and
play with nationally recognized
conductors and clinicians. It's a
pretty big deal."

Congratulate the local hon-
orees by posting a note at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Medical Center, Trenity Middle-
ton, an administrator at the
hospital's Wellness Program,
said her department is holding
a "Go Cold Turkey for the Day".
program, with quitters offered a
prize of a Thanksgiving turkey.
"We're taking baby steps for
now," Middleton said. The hope
is for their new pilot employee
smoking cessation program "to
branch out into the community."
At the News Bulletin, Online
Editor Greg Allen got a jump-
start on the Great American
Smokeout and quit last week.
"I don't getwinded as much
as I used to, and I don't wake up
hacking and coughing," Greg
said after his first smoke-free
week.
"It's a series of choices people
make," said Dr. Koszuta. "COPD
doesn't kill you overnight. It
chops you down one piece at a
time.
"People tend to modulate
and restrict their lifestyle rather
than complain to their doctor
about their health problems,"
Dr. Koszuta added. "They don't
complain when they can't run a
mile or walk around the neigh-
borhood. It's when they can't
make it across the parking lot at
Wal-Mart."

Dr. John Koszuta is a pulmo-
nary disease specialist practic-
ing at 550 W Redstone Ave. in
Crestview, (850) 423-1311.


Principal Jacqueline Craig
provided this report from
Northwood Elementary.

Upcoming events
The school held several
events for American Education
Week. A spelling bee was Tuesday
for grades 3-5. A retired teachers
luncheon is today.
The school will
hold an open
house from
5:30-6:30 p.m.
Thursday. The
school's annual
Turkey Trot (Mile

-The school's
JACQUELINE annual Christmas
CRAIG Program will be
Principal, Northwood at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 8
Elementary at the Crestview
High School
Auditorium.
A bullying prevention program
(Project CHILD, fourth and fifth
grade) will be Dec. 10-11.
A Christmas Shoppe
sponsored by the Parent Advisory
Council will be Dec. 10-17.
Family Science Night will be
held Jan. 3 at Northwood.
"The Emerald Coast Science
Center will provide all supplies and
equipment for 20 'hands-on' tables
loaded with science experiments,"
Craig wrote. "All experiments are
designed to satisfy the Florida
Sunshine State Standards for
science. The program is designed
for parents to self-guide their young
students through each experiment."
Learn more at www.ecscience.
org/educationfamily.htm.

Academics
"Our goal is for every child to
make a year's worth of growth in
a year's time," Craig said. "We
are focusing on all students while
we work diligently to close the
achievement gap."

Science Focus
On Sept. 30, 53 fifth-grade
students from Northwood went
to the Air Force Armament
Museum for this school'year's
first Engineers for America visit.
First, Dr. John Fay provided an
informative tour for the group.
The students then conducted
four experiments, followed by
a bag lunch under the outdoor
pavilion. "This group was
extremely inquisitive and very
conscientious," said Paul Maryeski,
executive director, Air Force
Armament Museum Foundation.
Teachers have received
extensive training from Shawnea
Tallman, OCSD science curriculum
specialist. Focus has been placed
on the Next Generation Sunshine
State Standards and how to build
students' scientific knowledge.

Project CHILD
The school implemented Project
CHILD for selected students in
grades 3-5. Teachers specialize in
one subject area.
Project CHILD (Changing
How Instruction for Learning is
Delivered) is a research-based
teaching and learning system for
grades K-5. The emphasis is on
reading, writing and mathematics.
Science and social studies topics
are incorporated throughout.
CHILD is a three-dimensional
model that differs from the one-
dimensional traditional model
designed around a single teacher
in a single grade.
The CHILD triangulated design
changes the traditional classroom


I FROM THE
PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE
in several dynamic ways. Three
teachers form cluster teams
- one teacher for reading, one for
writing and one for mathematics.
Clusters teams work across three
grade levels. Teachers work
with the same students for three
years. After direct instruction
from the teacher, students work
independently at three types of
learning stations within their
cluster. Students rotate to the
three classrooms in their cluster.
Each classroom has a computer
station for technology-based work,
a textbook station for paper/pencil
work, and three activity stations
for hands-on work. There is also
a teacher station for small group
tutorials and individual assistance.
The original research began in
1988 at Florida State University.
Dr. Sally Butzin is the senior
author. Since then, there have
been annual updates, along with
numerous independent studies
that document the effectiveness of
the CHILD instructional system.
CHILD students have significantly
higher academic achievement and
better behavior than their peers
in traditional classrooms. Parent
support and enthusiasm is also
very high. Learn more at www.ifsi.
org/projectchild/

Departmentalized fifth grade
"In an effort to better meet the
academic needs of our students,
we have departmentalized fifth
grade. Currently, Northwood has
two teams. One team is made up
of three teachers (math, reading
and science/language arts), and
the other team is made up of two
teachers (science/math and reading/
language arts). The students have
adapted well and are steadily
making academic gains!" Craig said.

Reading focus
Northwood teachers
have focused on consistently
engaging students in the higher
order/critical thinking process.
(Bloom's Taxonomy, Webb's Depth
of Knowledge and Marzano's
Dimensions of Thinking).
Our media specialist provides
story time to all kindergarten and
first-grade students on a weekly
basis. Students in grades 2-5 attend
research and reference skills
classes monthly.
We have implemented
Waterford Early Reading Program
in the first grade. The curriculum
supports our core reading program
with explicit, individualized
instruction that is aligned to state
standards.
Every classroom has daily
reading instruction incorporating
components of the balanced
literacy model.

Math focus
Every classroom has
daily mathematics instruction
incorporating components of the
OCSD Comprehensive Balanced
Mathematics Model. Debbie Davis,
OCSD math curriculum specialist,
has been teaching Northwood's
teachers math strategies to assist
in the differentiation of instruction
of all students.

"From the Principal's Office"
appears weekly and provides
updates from schools in north
Okaloosa County.


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Education


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


School board rep: Enrollment Students take part in


numbers are what we expected 'ClassroomsCare' campaign


I SCHOOL
BOARD

UPDATE
Okaloosa County School
Board District 4 representa-
tive Cathy Thigpen provided
the board's Nov.
10 meeting. The
board received a
report on student
enrollment 'from
JC Connor.
CATHY THIGPEN The student
Okaloosa counts are some-
County School thing we do twice
Board District 4- a year to watch
representative as far as where
enrollment is
declining and where we need
more classrooms. It keeps us
prepared.
It was what we were expect-
ing to see. We know the south
end is declining in enrollment
and the north end is maintaining
its enrollment. We did see a slight
dip in our elementary school en-
rollments, but we all know that
could change overnight.
Crestview High School is still
the second-largest high school in
Okaloosa County, below Nicev-
ille and a tad above Fort Walton
Beach. Those numbers haven't'
grown or decreased in the last
three years. A lot of people say
we need a second high school,
but the numbers don't justify it
right now.
"School Board Update" ap-
pears in the News Bulletin fol-
lowing Okaloosa County School
Board meetings.


BY THE NUMBERS

Okaloosa County School District Chief
Information Officer JC Connor provided
this enrollment report for Okaloosa Schools
at the most recent school board meeting.

Total enrollment of Okaloosa County
schools: 27,214 (down from 27,531).
Enrollment of Crestview area
schools: 8,907 (down from 8,965).
Bob Sikes.Elementary (about 750
students) and Northwood Elementary
(about 700 students) showed slightly
increased enrollment.
Soulhside Elementary (about 600
students) showed stable enrollment.
Antioch Elementary (about 800
students) and Walker Elementary (about
750 students) showed 'slightly decreased
enrollment.
Davidson Middle School (about 900
students) and Richbourg Middle School
(about 700 students) showed stable
enrollment..
Crestview High School (about 1,950
students) showed a slight decrease in
enrollment.
Baker School (about 1,350
students in grades K-12) showed stable
enrollment.
Laurel Hill School (about 450
students in grades K-1.2) showed a slight
decrease in enrollment.
Bob Sikes Elementary (about 30
students) showed the most significant
increase. Antioch Elementary (about 40
students) showed the most significant
decrease.


Lifes fun on the inside.


Join the Circle and see.


Special to the News Bulletin
Third-graders from Mossy 'Head School
helped others while helping themselves this
school year by participating in Scholastic
Book Club's ClassroomsCare program, a
philanthropy-based literacy campaign de-
signed to teach children about the joys and
importance of reading and giving.
Students in the classroom of Crestview
resident Erin Capewell combined to read
100 books, as did other classrooms across
the country. In turn, Scholastic Book Clubs


A Honor Roll
First Grade: Adams, Afton / Ang-
lin, Christopher / Basch, Tiffany / Beard,
Kaitlyn / Beard, Kelsey / Bexley, Aurora /
Bolton, Courtney / Corthell, Calina / Darby,
Jaynie / Ferrante, Vyctoria / Freeman, Lo-
gan / Gonzalez, Juan / Harrison, Megan /
Henderson, Deonna / Henderson, Jayde /
Hill, Robbie / Hochstetler, Celeste / Howe,
Sam / Humphrey, Kerin / Kerrell, Trace /
King, Aleigh / Klem, Oliver / Kootsoura-
dis, Cade / Leon, George / Martin, Joseph
/ McCallum, Brendon / McLaney, Kaden /
Mungmee, Trish / Neel, Austin / Pressley,
Emily / Raybon, Colbey / Ritchie, Joseph
/ Sayers, Christian / Seagle, John Mark /
Shackleford, Carter / Smith, Rinoa / Tar-
pley, Kindal / Tinklepaugh, Haley / White,
Leah.
Second Grade: Austie, Layla / Ballard,
Jadyn / Boan, Brody / Bottenfield, Kath-
leen / Bray, Jessica / Cameran, Tristan /
Corbin, Chandler / Corbin, Jack / Couch,
Jaonte' / Dunn, Joseph / Fortner, Carlee /
Fowler, Maggie / Goedge, Faith / Greeness,
Bailey / Harms, Ashlyn / Holloway, Chan-
dler / Hurley, Olivia / Lopez, Madilyn / Mc-
Curley, Ashlyn / Medlock, Elise / Medlock,
Emma / Melton, Grace / Meserve, Zachary
/ Miller,Seana / Riley, Gabby / Seals, Ni'Ja
/ Secrest, James / Stanley, Siera / Stepp,
Mason / Sutherland, Aaron / Tew, Weston /
White, Jacob.
Third Grade: Castille, Cole / Gillis,
Gracie / Marsh, Andrew / Medlock, Zoe /
Meeks, Jadie / Weappa, Zala.
Fourth Grade: Ambrose, Chyna / An-
drews, Baylee / Baysmore, Montoya /
Dalton, Rylee / Fowler, Xander / Gillis,
Cameron / Harms, Kameryn / Harrison,
Kayla / Howington, Shelly / Luke, Maddie /
Mitchell, Ethan / Ness, Cailey / Wakeland,
Cameron.
Fifth Grade: Alexander, Jenna / Back,
Charlie / Barlotta, Alex / Brooks, Michael
/ Coursey, Diamond / Dunn, Elizabeth /
Evans, Emily / Heringer, Lawrence / Hum-
phrey, Rachel / Kootsouradis, Seth / Pat-
terson, Abby / Williamson, Kelvin.

A-B Honor Roll
First Grade: Atkins, Chandlar / Bish-
op, Kai.tlyn / Bowler, Justin / Brackney,
Dusty / Burns, Thomas / Coward, Mi'Quel
/ Devine, Keano / Duncan, Halee / Edge,
Gracie / Evans, Triston / Fenton, Jeremy
/ Flanders, Kasey / Hamilton;' Cassidy /
Higdon, Michael / Ingram, Ashton / Ja-
cobs, Kevin / Jarrard, Avery / Jernigan,
Haily / Johns, Christon / Johnson, Samile
/ Johnson, Tyree / Jones, Takerria / Low-
ery, Logan / Mathews, Tabatha / Matthews,
Jasmine / McQueen, Marquette / Morales,
Giovanni / Newman, C.J. / Norris, Erin /


will donate 1 million new books to disadvan-
taged students nationwide.
The ClassroomsCare program includes
lesson plans, activities and curriculum for
teachers and empowers children to make a
difference in their community.
Participating classrooms can choose
where they want books donated.
"Scholastic Book Clubs ClassroomsCare
offers both my students and me an opportu-
nity to celebrate the importance of reading
and to show our spirit of service and shar-
ing," Capewell said.


Odom, Bradley / O'Malley, Logan / Ran-
som, Cole / Richardson, A.J. / Seymour,
Dylan / Singletary, Desarius / Smothers,
Shaniya / Stakley, Lauren / Wyatt, Kassy /
Wytch, Nakiya.
Second Grade: Akins, Madison / Am-
brose, Asiyanna / Andrews, Christopher /
Archer, Kaeleb / Arcikowski, Jordan / Ard,
Abigail / Bartlett, Cassedee / Bilodeau,
Ryan / Breen, Rylee / Cain, Izzy / Caraher,
Justin / Caron, Destiny / Cato, Janee' /
Corbin, Kayla / Edwards, Riley / Freeman,
Haleigh / Fugate, Drake / Gaszak, Jonah
/ Grantham, Tanner / 'Harrell, Kemison /
Henderson, Jason / Hollingsworth, Cas-
sandra / Ketchum,Victoria / Merritt, Evan
/ Moore, Jackson / Morrill, Zane / Odom,
Justin / Oritz, Kyle / Powley, Matthew / Reg-
ister, Courtney / Schlinger, Jaron / Shah,
Aman / Sheets, Alysa / Simms, Becca / Sim-
pler, Caleb / Smith, Alex / Stanton, Jack /
Steele, James / Sterbaggi, Ryleigh / Stokes,
Brycen / Suero, Isabel / Tanner, Dakota /
Toolan, Kennedy / Trost, Erin / Westberry,
Shawna / Whidden, Johnathon / White, Si-
erra.
Third Grade: Atwood, Jade / Atwood,
Kimberly / Bowers,Ryan / Burlison, Hannah
/ Curcio, Gurinar / Dowing, Kaylynn / Greer,
Casey /. Hipps, Gage / Holm, Michelle / In-
gram, Desirae / Martin, Calista / McGov-
ern, Amberlynn / Morales, Antonio / New-
man, Grace / Pettis, Mercy / Pillto-Alonso,
Juan / Robbins, Jasiah / Seymour, Connor
/ Sherwood, Charlotte / Smith, Jeremy /
Smith, Liliana / Taylor, Vivian / Thomason,
Cole / Turner, Dustin / Williams, Courtney /
Williamson, Klarissa / Young, Coleman.
Fourth Grade: Adkinson, Miracle / Al-
exander, Adam / Alexander, Meaghan / Ap-
lin, Ayonna / Atkins, Taron / Barrow, Brook-
lynn / Boles, Savannah / Bolton, Corah /
Chandler, Shayla / Clark, Tyreke / Cyrus,
Jacob / Deason, Austin / Fernandez, Joe /
Files, Haylee / Furr, Savannah / Hagedorn,
Eli / Hamilton, Cameron / Hinds, Chance /
Holloway, Madison / Howe, Allie / Jacobs,
David / Lawhon, Madison'/ McLaughlin,
Alyssa / Moore, Brayden / Nelson, Gabby
/ Peacock, Chiante' / Ricks, Kayla / Rodri-
guez, Jaidyn / Rojas, Oscar / Schlinger,
Jax / Seagle, Lydia / Sills, Ragen / Snell,
Michael / Stokes, Bailey / Taylor, Tyrian /
Twaillin-Archer, Anna / Woida, Lexi.
Fifth Grade: Austin, Jessica / Barber-
ree, Taylor / Clay, Savannah / Corbin, Madi-
son / Day, Tyler / DeGraaf, Zach / Hardell,
Erin / Holden, Tyvon / Johnson, Christa /
Matthews, Alyssa / McClard, Ashley / Mill-
er, Kendall / Miller, Ryan,/ Moore, Devon /
Nauta, Michael / Ness, David / Otto, Kayla
/ Robinson, Levi / Samuolis, Mathew / Sow-
ell, Hannah / Stewart, Rebecca / Taylor,
Amanda / Thomas, Devron / Vonada, Kean
/ Weeks,JR / Wilks, Dazhah / Williams, Jad-
zia / Williams, Tanner.


CCB Bank holding coloring


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CCB Community Bank is holding a col-
oring contest for students in kindergarten
through fifth grade. The deadline for the
contest is Thursday.
The first place winner in all age divi-
sions will win a new bike. The second place
winners will win surprise Christmas bas-
kets .
The bank, located at 1290. N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview, will announce the win-
ners on Dec. 4.


Call 682-0484 or visit the bank to enter
the contest.
The bank also invites everyone to join in
its first annual 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 packages. Santa will
also hand out the prizes for the winners of
the coloring contest. Snacks and refresh-
ments will be available for all.


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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin


Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Local


Engagement


Seals and Rios to wed
in Las Vegas
Larysha Denene Seals and Arthur
Dale Rios II will exchange wedding
vows at Paris Hotel and Casino in Las
Vegas, Nev. on Dec. 14, 2008. The cou-
ple met and fell in love at Florida State
University, where Larysha received
her bachelor's degree in criminology
and education, aridArthur received his
degree in information technology and
business.
Larysha is the daughter of Char-
lene and Chauncey King of Laurel Hill
and Larry Dean Seals of Huddleston,
Va. She is the granddaughter of Bil-
lie McBee of Tazewell, Tenn., the late
Coy Dean Seals, and the late Charlie
and Maude Hurst.
Arthur'is the son of Mary Kaye
Rios of Lakeland, the late Arthur
Dale Rios and Steven Peralta of Al-
buquerque, N M. He is the grandson
of David Tice of Lakewell and Elvina
Rios of Guam. Late grandparents are
Jane Russell and Juan Rios, also of
Guam.
If you are unable to attend their
wedding, the couple invites you to
attend online as the service will be
streaming live at 6 p.m. Central Time.
Go to www.parislasvegas.com, click
on the Weddings link under Casino
Features, click on Paris Live Wed-
dings, and enter the groom's first and
last name (Arthur Rios).
You may view the ceremony any-
time for seven days after the wed-
ding.


Christmas

bazaar

raises $752

for charity

The Ladies Auxiliary to the
Knights of Columbus, Council
7968, held its annual Christmas
Bazaar on Oct. 25 in the Knights
of Columbus Hall in Crestview.
This year's proceeds of $752
will be donated to the Emerald
Coast Fisher House, a home con-
structed to house the family mem-
bers of soldiers undergoing spe-
cialized medical care at a major
military or VA medical centers.
The families stay there free
of charge if they live far away
from the hospital. Individual
Fisher Houses operated by the
Army, Navy and Air Force are
reimbursed by donations.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR: Above, Ladies Auxiliary
members of the Knights of Columbus assist
customers with purchases.
LUNCH IS SERVED: At left, some of the hard-
working members of the Ladies Auxiliary who
prepared food and helped to serve a lunch
meal at a very reasonable cost. From left to
right are Gloria Reedy, Uschi Fosman, Sally
Murphy, bazaar project director, Rosemary
Jette and Kate Widmaier.


Education HONORS


Relatives of local residents
honored for academic
achievements


Special to the News Bulletin
Erica Elaine Syklawer and Al-
lison Claire Syklawer, both with
relatives in Crestview, recently
were recognized for their academic
achievements.
Erica, a third-year medical stu-
dent at the University of South Ala-
bama, was cloaked with her first
white coat, the traditional dress of
physicians for more than 100 years,
during the medical school's annual
White Coat Ceremony. This-cer-
emony is a tradition in the United
States, where medical schools typi-
cally organize their four-year cur-
riculum into two distinct parts -
the preclinical and clinical years.
The ceremony marked a signifi-


ERICA ELAINE ALLISON CLAIRE
SYKLAWER SYKLAWER

cant milestone for Erica and her
classmates the point where they
will begin their clinical rotations
and start interacting with patients.
During the ceremony, Erica and
her classmates took the Medical
Student Oath, a promise to uphold
the human aspects of medicine
such as sensitivity, compassion and
respect for pateitns.
Erica will graduate from the
University of South Alabam Col-
lege of Medicine in 2010.
Allison graduated sumna cum


laude with a 4.0 GPA and Univer-
sity Honors from the University
of South Alabama in May. She re-
ceived a bachelor of arts degree
with a major in psychology and a
minor in chemistry.
Allison graduated with the high-
est honors in Alpha Delta Epsilon
Delta Pre-Health Honor Society;
Psi Chi Honors Psychology Soci-
ety; Mortar Board Honor Society;
Alpha Chi Honor Society; and Chi
Omega Fraternity Highest GPA.
She wrote and presented her
honors thesis project on "The Be-
havioral Validation of the Unmiti-
gated Approach Model of Narcis-
sism."
Allison is attending the Univer-
sity of Alabama's Dental School in
Birmingham.
The Syklawers are the daugh-
ters of Dr. Rick and Evelyn Syklaw-
er of Dothan. They are the grand-
daughters of Edith Hilburn of
Crestview.


Fortune attending
Judson College
Judson College freshman
Amber Fortune of, Laurel
Hill attended the President's
Reception
for new stu-
dents on
Sept. 4. She
is the daugh-
ter of Angela
and Scott
Fortune and
a graduate
of Okaloosa- AMBER
Walton Col- FORTUNE
legiate High
School. Judson College is
located in Marion, Ala.
Let us know about your
relatives' academic achieve-
ments. Send information to
kylew@crestviewbulletin.com


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Crestview News Bulletin I A7


James Bond trivia winners announced


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

' Three News Bulletin readers will
be seeing "Quantum of Solace," the
new James Bond film that opened
Nov. 14, at the Crestview Cinema III,
having been the winners in our James
Bond Trivia Contest.
K First place winner Loren Wilkin-
son answered all 10 questions plus
' the bonus question correctly. She was
excited when we called her with the
" good news.
. "Oh, that's great!" she said when
informed of her win.
She and three guests will each
enjoy a movie, popcorn and a drink,
courtesy of the cinema. "
Second place winner Richard Sin-
gleton will enjoy a movie night for two.
Third place winner Don Grundel will
receive two passes to see the movie.
The names of the winners were
randomly drawn by News Bulletin
staffer Sherrie Stanley. To be entered,
contestants had to answer at least
nine of the eleven total questions
correctly. Of all the entries received,
eight people got all eleven questions
correct. The lowest score was an en-
try that only got three questions cor-
rect.
Here are the correct answers:

001. What does James Bond's
"double 0" designation signify?
B. He carries a license to kill in the
line of duty

002. What make of car does James
Bond most frequently drive in the
films?
.' C. Aston Martin

003. How does James Bond prefer
his martinis to be prepared?
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?
B. "Die Another Day" was sung by
Madonna

005. Which Ian Fleming 007 novel
was written in the first person?
A. "The Spy Who Loved Me"


OCALA
Pace man dies while
diving with friends
The body of Sean Patrick
Spiegel, who went missing
during a dive with friends
about 1:30 a.m. Saturday,
was found after two days of
searching by a team of div-
ers.
Spiegel, 25, a commercial
dive student from Pace, was
found 105 feet below the sur-
face of the 40 Fathom Grotto
in Northwest Marion County
about 8:15 p.m. Sunday.
Spiegel was staying at a
cabin at the 40 Fathom Grot-
to with Matthew James Ber-
ry, 22, of Attica, Mich.; Nicole
Wilkerson, 23, of Brooksville;
Doug Masters, 24, of St. Au-
gustine; and William Sand-
ers, 29, of Garnerville, N.Y,
when the group decided to
take a late-night dive.
According to a Marion
County Sheriff's Depart-
ment report, Masters, Wilk-
erson, Spiegel and Berry
put on their scuba gear and
went diving, leaving Sanders
behind for safety reasons.
The four divers, with the aid
of a rope, descended about
104 feet.
Berry told deputies he
signaled his partners to as-
cend after 20 minutes, but

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006. James Bond's boss, the head
of the British Secret Service, is
known by what designation?
C.M
(A. POTUS = the U.S. Secret Ser-
vice's code name for the President of
the United States, according to Tom
Clancy
B. COS = Chief of Staff, who in the
Bond novels is Bill Tanner, a close
friend of James Bond
D. Q = the British Secret Service's
Quartermaster, who supplies 007 with
his gadgets)

007. Which actor has not played
James Bond in the cinema?
B. David McCallum, who played
Ilya Kuryakin in "The Man From UN-
CLE" on TV in the 1960s. Interesting
Ian Fleming, author of the original
Bond novels, developed the premise
for the series on a napkin over dinner
with Sam Rolfe, who would become
the series' producer.

008. Who is the executive admin-
istrative assistant at the Secret Ser-


Region BRIEFS


Spiegel signaled he had six
minutes remaining. The rest
of the dive party went up,
leaving Spiegel below.


SOUTHPORT
Deputies: Man held ex-
girlfriend against her will
Shane Debowski, of Bu-
chanan Street in Southport,
was arrested on charges
of false imprisonment and
felony battery Sunday night,
according to the Bay County
Sheriff's Office.
According to deputies,
Debowski held a former girl-
friend against her will in the
travel trailer where he lives
for nearly two hours until
she was able to call 9-1-1 on
her cell phone. When Deputy
Connie Evans arrived at the
trailer, she heard a woman
screaming and ordered the
occupant to open the door,
which was locked.
A woman soon came out
the door, crying hysterically
and repeating, "I just want
to go home, I just want to go
home," deputies reported.
As Evans tried to calm the
woman, Debowski came out
of the door, according to au-
thorities. He ran off behind
the trailer but eventually was
found, deputies reported.


Debowski was booked
into the Bay County Jail.

MILTON
Man runs from game of-
ficers
One of four people facing
questions from a game offi-
cer after reportedly shooting
a doe and fawn after dark
ran into the woods to es-
cape, according to a Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission report. His
freedom was short-lived.
FWC Officer Royce
Johnson was heading home
Wednesday when he re-
sponded to a night hunting
complaint in the McClellan
area of northern Santa Rosa
County, according to the re-
port. He stopped at a vehicle
shining its light along Coun-
ty 191 and found four occu-
pants with a doe and a fawn
in the back of an SUV, the re-
port stated. While Johnson
was speaking to them, one of
the subjects bolted, Johnson
reported.
Aftercallingforbackup, of-
ficers spotted the man along
a nearby fence row. He was
arrested without further in-
cident, authorities said.
All four subjects were
charged with taking deer at
night with a gun and light


vice's London headquarters?
B. Miss Moneypenny

009. The classic Bond films open
with the "gun barrel" sequence and
what familiar piece of music?
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

EXTRA CREDIT: Who, as the
head of the Special Executive for
Counter-Intelligence, Terrorism,
Revenge and Extortion (SPECTRE),
was James Bond's archenemy?
D. Ernst Stavro Blofeld
(A. Alexander Waverly was head of
UNCLE in the TV series
B. Dr. Noah was Woody Allen's
character in the James Bond 1967 film
spoof "Casino Royale"
C. Kyson Wright is our News Bulle-
tin Editor Kyle Wright's very person-
able infant son)

Thank you to all who entered. We
hope you enjoyed participating.


and possession of a fawn
deer. The one subject who
ran was charged with resist-
ing arrest without violence.

PORT ST. JOE
Gulf County EDC hires
Nelson as executive direc-
tor
The Gulf County Eco-
nomic Development Council
has hired Edward A. Nelson
Jr. as its executive director.
Nelson will work with
Alma Paredes, assistant ex-
ecutive director, to increase
new business, jobs and eco-
nomic activity in Gulf Coun-
ty.
Nelson, CEcD, FM, HLM,
has an MBA in management
from Atlanta University and
is certified as an economic
development professional.
He is the founder and
president of EAN Interna-
tional Consulting Corp., pro-
viding economic develop-
ment and business develop-
ment consulting services for
domestic and international
clients.
With more than 35 years
of experience in economic
development, Nelson is the
immediate past president
and CEO of the DeKalb
Chamber of Commerce in
Decatur, Ga.


Firefighters take

advantage of training

Laurel Hill Volunteer F R C H I CC'
Fire Department Chief Jeff FIRE CHIEF'S
Sory provided this report TA
during the Nov. 13 meet- STAT ION
ing of the Laurel Hill city Weekend and were certified
council. as pump operators. Those
The department ran 57 three will join four others
calls during the 2008 fiscal to attend an emergency
year, a total that includes vehicle operations class at
EMS calls, accident scenes, Baker in the near future.
brush fires and landing The department took
zones. The department has part in Fire Prevention
responded to 55 calls since Week activities at Laurel
January Hill School. The Dorcas and
The department now Almarante departments
has 14 members. Five cur- also took part. Students en-
rently are attending Fire- joyed a helicopter landing
fighter 1 classes in Baker. on the softball diamond.
The class is the last of its you can see photos of
kind that will be available the events at www.aurel-
in Okaloosa County before hillnow.com.
the state makes changes The department will
to the program. Those five The department will
firefighters will bring the have new radios within 90
department's number of days to comply with the
certified volunteer fire- county's new radio guide-
fighters to nine. The other lines. The department
five are permanent first is paying for the radios
responders or medical per- through a grant.
sonnel. All 14 are CPR and "Fire Chief's Station"
AED certified. appears weekly and pro-
Three firefighters at- vides updates from fire
tended the Northwest Flor- departments in north Oka-
ida Volunteer Firefighter loosa County.


Mayor: Laurel Hill

moving in right direction

Laurel Hill Mayor Vizell we can to upgrade what-
Robbins provided this re- ever we're doing.
port during the "Mayor's We had a very good turn-
Report" portion of a out on the day we set
Thursday's Laurel aside for the (Hobo
Hill City Council Festival last month),
meeting. and it made me glad
Everything has because I was one of
been going on pretty the first people to help
smoothly. We'll try get that park situated
to address circum- VIZELLROBBINS for that particular
stances that, come MaZELLauRHBIll purpose.
to our attention and Mayor, Laurel Hill we're looking for
work on what we can people to help us.
to get everything going in It's up to each and every
the right direction. individual who attends these
I want to commend the meetings to do the right
workers we have here. thing, and if we do, this city
They're doing a very good will keep heading on the up
job. and up.
We've had a lot of (me- "Messagefrom the May-
chanical) breakdowns, and or" rotates between Laurel
they take care of situations Hill Mayor Vizell Robbins
as quickly as possible, and Crestview Mayor Da-
We want to do whatever vid Cadle.


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Opinion


Wednesday, NOVEMBER 19,2008


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

Topic: News Bulletin Sports Editor Randy
Dickson suggests band/crowd noise in the fourth
quarter of the CHS-Navarre football game could
have made it difficult for the Dawgs' offense to
operate.
Mr. Dickson, although I disagree with your opinion,
you're entitled to it. I feel that as a journalist it could
have been much better written and a lot less offensive to
so many people.

The Constitution guarantees our right to free speech.
But one must exercise good judgment and not be hurtful
to others. This community keeps you employed. Do not
bite the hand that feeds you.

Most players and coaches are in a zone during the
game. The stands and the band seem like they are miles
away from the field. If you are really into the game
you don't even hear or see the fans. Much fuss about
nothing.

Why is everyone so upset? Sounds like Dickson
makes some good points. Lighten up and enjoy the
playoffs. Your team did a great job making it. By the way,
your band is great.

Topic: Jimmy Ates murder conviction now in
question.
They convicted an innocent man. I have never
believed he did it. I was there that night. It was the
baccalaureate ceremony for my graduating class.
I talked to Mr. Ates at the school early that evening.
He was his normal self. All the reports about him
being anxious and sweaty were totally untrue based
upon what I saw that night. Hopefully justice will be
served. A murderer has been free for 17 years.

Topic: "Ask the Attorney" columnist Nathan
Boyles ponders the need for the multitude of signs
around the Okaloosa County Courthouse
Well said Mr. Boyles. If only the rich judges
in the south end who want, not need, a new court house
had the common sense you have, the entire county.
would be better off and all tax payers would be
richer.

Topic: News Bulletin Editor Kyle Wright
interviews new District 1 Okaloosa County
Commissioner Wayne Harris.
Congrats Wayne. Looking to see great things from
you as our county commissioner. Hopeful that Crestview
and North Okaloosa will benefit from your selection.
God bless and guide you.

Great, another double dipper on the county
payroll. Harris will stay on as director of the Crestview
Chamber, draw a salary from the county and swear
there is no conflict of interest. Too bad there's not a
strong enough board of directors at the chamber that
would not allow such a circus.

Did you ever think that working the chamber and
the county commission might be an extension of
services?
Both positions appear to support one another, bring
strength and economic development to us. Where's the
conflict of interest in that?

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



Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Most people will hate you for
identifying their illusions."

DEAN ING
(1931 -)
American science fiction and techno-thriller author in "Systemic Shock"


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accurate, fair and thorough news and information for and
about the residents of the Crestview and North Okaloosa
County. A cornerstone of the Crestview News Bulletin, a
Freedom Communications Inc. publication, is the vitality
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COMMENTARY



Big Red Machine brings



pride, honor to community


As a 1991 graduate of'
Crestview High School,
where I served as president
of the Big Red Machine, I
was disappointed
with the tone of the
article written by
Sports Editor Randy
Dickson in the Nov.
12 edition of the
Crestview News
Bulletin. Mr. Dickson __
used the front page JERE
of the sports section
to express his views on how
band members should tone
down their enthusiasm for
the Bulldog football team at
crucial times.


MY


This sounded strange
to me as I can clearly
remember how excited I
became as a band student

team on the field and
whose players were
also close friends of
mine.
The Crestview
High School family
of football players,
CADLE cheerleaders and
band members has
always been one big team,
and that spirit of cooperation
exists today. Every coach
teaches his players to deal
with crowd noise and, to


insinuate that CHS football
coach Matt Brunson was
unaware of a distraction
to his players and that he
would not address such an
issue does him a disservice.
Coach Brunson and Band
Director Jody Dunn are
friends and professionals
who work together to make
the Crestview High School
football game experience
exciting and successful.
The Crestview News
Bulletin has a long tradition
of supporting our young
students, especially those
who are involved in school
activities, and we appreciate


the long hours of practice
they spend in refining their
skills. Criticizing adults is
expected in the public arena,
but leave the kids alone
when they are involved in
worthwhile activities that
bring honor and pride to our
city.
Go Dawgs! Go Big Red
Machine! Go cheerleaders!
Go Crestview High School!

Jeremy Cadle is an
Account Executive for the
Crestview News Bulletin.
He is the son of longtime
Crestview High School band
director David Cadle.


Letters to the EDITOR


NOFD disappointed in
vote result
To whom it may concern:
This is a letter from the
firefighters at the North
Okaloosa Fire District. We
would like to take a couple of
minutes to let you know how
we feel and give you some
facts on what has happened
with the vote.
We have put our lives on
the line for you and your
families for years and we
needed your support on this
vote. This was necessary so
we could move forward and
keep you safe.
As has been shown by
this vote, that is not what
you want. As we see it you
want us to go away. Well,
you very well may get your
wish. Just remember this:
"No one needs the fire
department until you need
them." Then we can't get
their fast enough. If the
time ever comes when
you or one of your loved
ones are trapped in a car
or a house fire, and you
want us to come and help,
there may not be enough
volunteers or manpower
to help. Many believe the
county will do something in
order to keep fire protection
in this district. The county
is not in the fire protection
business. Fire departments
are. The firefighters in
this district have been
serving you in good faith
and forced to work in
unsafe conditions with old,
outdated equipment for
years. The NFPA (National
Fire Protection Agency)
suggests we should staff at
least three fire fighters on
a single engine company.
Most of the time, we have
been staffed two, sometimes
one, firefighters since


NOFD District population
Property Parcels
Annual number of calls
Number of stations/mann
Apparatus average age
Firefighters
Response Times

becoming a combination
department. One money-
saving option would be to
close all stations except
the new Bob Sikes Airport
Station, staffing it with full
crews on the apparatus.
This would save the district
money, and it would also
be safer for the firefighters
on shift. The unfortunate
consequence for the citizens
of our district is it would
increase the distance
to most in our district,
increasing response times
and possibly increasing ISO
ratings. This increase in the
ISO rating will cost more
money in insurance rates.
It is a proven underwriting
fact. One constituent of our
district was accidentally
listed as being in a
neighboring district, which
was 100 percent volunteer.
Once this mistake was found
and corrected, his yearly
premium dropped $671.
Some of you may think
that all we were trying to
do was save our jobs and
get a pay raise. This is not
entirely wrong. Currently,
NOFD is the lowest-paying
district in Okaloosa County.
Because of this, we lose
many well-trained, qualified
firefighters to other districts
and counties. This high
turnover of firefighters
hampers our efforts to have
well-seasoned, veteran
firefighters on shift in order
to mentor and train the new


NOFD STATISTICS
1998
10,000
6,000
800
ed -3/1
4-16 years
4 full-time
7V2 to 8 minutes
recruits that do get hired.
Most of our firefighters not
only work in this district,
they also live in this district.
They will also be affected
by the tax increase and the
insurance premium
increase.
In closing we will leave
you with some facts (see
breakout), but before we
go, we would like you to
know how disappointed
we are in the 62 percent
of our citizens who voted
NO and how thoughtless
people can be sometimes.
When you and or one of you
loves gets hurt or becomes
trapped and needs our help,
just remember what you
have voted for and blame
yourself; not us. We tried
to educate all of you with
public meetings, which
were attended by 32 citizens
total.. .definitely not the 62
percent of our voters. We
also walked door-to-door
to explain what you were
voting on, but you either
didn't listen or just didn't
care. For those voters who
did vote YES, we appreciate
your vote and your previous
and continued support. We
know not what changes
may be in our future, but
regardless if we are career
or volunteer firefighters
assisting you, we will
continue to do our best at
protecting you and your
families.
Lonnie Thomas


2008
22,000
12,000
2,011
4/2
7-21 years
16 full-time and 4 part-time
4V2 minutes

A letter from the
North Pole
Editor's Note: This letter
was brought to the News
Bulletin office dated Nov. 10
and from "North Pole."
My congratulations
to the forward-thinking
Crestview City Council
upon purchasing the new
barricades for parades
downtown
I did a sneak preview
of Santa's parade route at
the Veterans Day parade
on Saturday and was very
pleased. I also congratulate
the people responsible for
that parade. Ho ho ho, a
very good job.
A little reminder for
your readers, remember
we have a date on Dec. 6 at
5:30 p.m. for the reallyyyyyy
big Christmas parade. I
look forward to seeing all
of you then. Look for the
last unit in the parade
and you'll see Santa and
all of the Crestview High
Cheerleaders dressed in
their red and white outfits.
Until then, be good and
keep up the good work. I
understand that in 2010
Santa will have many
new boys and girls to take
presents to. We might have
to work a little overtime to
get them presents but with
your help we can do it.
Until then, "let's roll."
Ho ho ho!
SC


Meet the STAFF


Jason Mobley Kyle Wright Melissa Tedder Amanda Kosche Ann Spann
General Manager Editor Office Manager Graphic Artist Photographer
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Brian Hughes John'Parrott, Mililtary News
Reporter okpublishing@
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com crestviewbulletin.com


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


Randy Beard Jeremy Cadle
Sales Manager Account Executive
randyb@nwfdailynews.com jeremyc@crestviewbulletin.com


Renee Bell, Community News Sherrie Stanley
okpublishing@ Receptionist/Circ. Asst.
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Account Executive, hgann@
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Denise Cadenhead
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Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Citizens Against More
Taxes chair speaks
I am the chairman of the
Citizens Against More Taxes
(CAMT) Committee. We
opposed the NOFD charter
amendment, which would
have allowed a very big tax
increase for most people
owning property within the
North Okaloosa Fire District.
I and the other members
of the CAMT Committee
have taken a lot of flack
in your newspaper and on
your Web site from NOFD
officials and others support-
ing the proposed charter
amendment. I re-learned a
lesson, which is, "If you don't
agree with me, then you are,
among other things, unedu-
cated, ignorant, a whiner,
uninformed, guilty of putting
out misinformation, and will-
ing to sacrifice public safety
and our firefighter's safety."
I want to address some of
those allegations and offer
some suggestions for solving
the financial problems facing
the NOFD.
In doing so, I am re-
minded that, "Advice is to be
given, not received," so I will
expect the NOFD to come
up with several reasons why
they don't want to implement
these suggestions, as op-
posed to coming up with one
way to get it done.
The CAMT Committee
opposition to the charter
amendment has never been
personal with the people in-
volved. We have the deepest
respect for the firefighters,
board members and their
families. We appreciate the
service they provide.
Our opposition was not
just about what it was going
to cost us if passed (although
it was a lot more than I think
it's worth), but more about
the unwillingness of the
NOFD board to live within
the money it had. Our belief
was and is that if they were
unwilling to live within what
they had, they wouldn't be
willing to live within any in-
crease they get. They should
have asked the voters for a
raise before they spent the
money. Now, they should car-
ry out the voters' decision.
Our opposition was also
about the unfair way the
NOFD proposed to imple-
ment the tax. For example,
because of the Save Our
Homes Amendment and
because my family built
our house 30 years ago, our
taxable value is fairly low
compared to the current
market value of the house.
As a result, our NOFD ad
valorem tax would have been
much less than that paid by
the young couples up the
street who just bought their
"starter homes" this year,
and whose taxable value
more closely reflects cur-
rent market value. I suspect
those young homeowners
objected to the proposed
new tax more than we did.
Some NOFD officials
blamed the defeat of the pro-
posal on our committee and
said our campaign was filled
with negativity and misinfor-
mation. Notice they never
said we gave false or incor-
rect information. We simply
gave the facts to the voters.
Our facts came from three
sources: (1) Okaloosa County
Property Appraiser records,
(2) Okaloosa County Tax Col-
lector records, and (3) NOFD
literature and NOFD com-
ments published in the news-
paper. The voters compared
what we gave them with what
the NOFD gave them and
made a decision. In making
the decision, each voter sim-
ply answered the question,
"How much am I willing to
pay for fire protection?" Ac-
cording to the Supervisor of
Elections Web page on Nov. 8,
5961 of them said they didn't
want to pay the big tax in-
crease proposed. The NOFD
board should now implement
that decision, and do it with-
out an "I'm going to show
them!" attitude.
NOFD supporters contin-
ually used the Chicken Little
approach: "Your insurance


rates are going to skyrocket
if this amendment doesn't
pass!"
That's simply not true,
according to the three insur-
ance agents I do business
with. Around 60 percent of
your homeowner's insur-
ance premium is for hur-


* ricane protection. Around 40
percent covers everything
else, including fire. The fire
protection amount depends
mostly on the age of your
house, type construction,
wiring, and HVAC, distance
to the nearest fire station
(more or less than five
miles) and to the nearest fire
hydrant (more or less than.
1,000 feet). Of those factors,
the NOFD can only affect the
distance to fire stations, and
they don't need to because
the vast majority (maybe all)
of the property in the North
Okaloosa Fire District is
within five miles of a station.
We recommend that prop-
erty owners call their insur-
ance agent. Make sure the
information the agent has is.
correct, and the agent will
get you the best rate avail-
able from your insurer.
One NOFD official
implied in his comments
that the CAMT Committee
spent a lot of money in our
campaign, and that NOFD
could not. I suspect that we
spent far less money on this
issue than did the NOFD.
The NOFD published glossy
brochures, bought color
ads in both newspapers and
sent fire trucks to polling
places. In addition, they got
lots of free press in news-
paper articles and free air
time on WAAZ and CVCTV
Every dime of the CAMT
Committee funds came from
our pockets, not from the
taxpayer or "government
sources". Can the NOFD
say the same? If you want
to know who contributed to
the CAMT Committee, how
much they contributed, and
how it was spent, the office
of the Okaloosa County Su-
pervisor of Elections will be
happy to provide the infor-
mation to you. It's a matter
of public record.
Another NOFD supporter
seemed to think there was
something sinister going on
because people who do not
live in the NOFD contributed
time and/or money to our
effort. He apparently doesn't
know that all people who
own property in the North
Okaloosa Fire District would
have to pay the tax increase;
not just those who live in the
district. Every penny of our
funds came from people or
businesses who own prop-
erty in the fire district. They
have a right to express their
opinion, even though they
could not vote on the issue.
We on the CAMT Com-
mittee realize the NOFD has
a financial problem. The way
to get out of the problem, if
you can't just raise taxes,
is to cut spending. We offer
the following suggestions for
consideration.
NOFD should:
(1) Perform the duties
required by Florida Statutes
and the NOFD Charter, first.
Those duties are delineated
in Section 191.008, Florida
Statutes.
(2) Perform other servic-
es allowed (but not required)
by Florida Statutes, if money
allows. Those services are
also delineated in Section
191.008, Florida Statutes.
(3) Let Okaloosa County
provide fire protection to the
Bob Sikes Airport. (4) Work
with the other six fire de-
partments in north Okaloosa
County, the city of Crestview
and Okaloosa County to re-
duce costs for all. Perhaps
the city of Crestview could
provide fire protection for all
property south of Interstate
S10, for a price. Perhaps fire
protection for all property
west of Yellow River could be
provided by Holt and/or Bak-
er Fire Districts. Perhaps
we could have one county
fire department for all north
Okaloosa County, outside
Crestview.
(5) Stop paying the NOFD
board members, except for
the Treasurer. They got us in
this mess, and they should
work for free until they get
us out of it.
(6) Place the attorney
on call. It's not necessary
to have an attorney, with
the possible exception of a


retired one, at every board
meeting. Do like the rest of
us do. Hire an attorney only
when one is required.
(7) Discontinue the prac-
tice of firefighters driving
fire trucks to get meals.
Sincerely,
Daniel A. Bowers Sr.


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Ates murder conviction
in question
Ten years ago, Jimmy
Ates was sentenced to life in
prison for the brutal murder
of his wife.
He's been fighting for a
new trial ever since.
In a stunning develop-
ment early this month, the
state attorney's office in
Gainesville the office that
convicted him announced
it feels he deserves one.
Ates, a former teacher at
Baker School, was convicted
in 1998 of shooting his wife,
Norma Jean Ates, in 1991 at
their home in Baker and then
setting the house on fire.
Prosecutors said he shot
Norma several times with a
22-caliber revolver and then
f started a .delayed-reaction
fire in their home before he
left for a baccalaureate cer-
emony at the school.
Ates has doggedly main-
tained his innocence, and he
and his family have worked
since his conviction to get
his life sentence overturned.
His latest motion to vacate
the sentence was compelling
enough to persuade Okaloosa
County Judge Thomas Rem-
ington to call for a review of
its merits. The motion ques-
tions ballistics evidence used
at the trial and points out
what the state terms "cer-
tain failures of the discovery
process" that hindered Ates'
right to a fair trial.
Geoffrey Fleck, an assis-
tant state attorney with the
8th Judicial Circuit, studied
the motion and wrote a 39-
page report that concluded,
"It is the state's belief that the
defendant should be granted
a new trial." The report ar-
rived at the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex in Shali-
mar about two weeks ago.
Staff attorney Scott Rea-
gan said the prosecutor's
request for a new trial is ex-
tremely rare and "carries a
lot of weight."
Reagan, said Ates' case
is a priority and a decision


whether to grant the new
trial "will probably be made
within the month."
Remington, who had not
seen the report, said Wednes-
day he would be inclined to
grant a new trial based on
a recommendation from the
state attorney's office.
The case was assigned to
Circuit Judge William Stone.

Twin Hills drowning
victim identified
A dead man pulled from a
lake at Twin Hills Park on Oct.
31 has been identified.
Calvin C. Morris, 34, ap-
parently drowned without
any foul play associated with
his death, according to a
news release from the Crest-
view Police Department. He
was found floating in the lake
about 9:30 a.m. on Halloween.
Investigators will continue
to consider the incident an
open case until the toxicology,
report is final and the District
1 Medical Examiner confirms
the cause of death.
"Toxicology results will
tell us a lot," said Lt. Jamie
Grant with CPD. "It can let us
know if there was anything in
his system that stopped him
from being able to get out of
the water."

Woman charged with
battery after dragging
husband down street
A Crestview woman has
been charged with aggra-
vated battery after dragging
her husband down the street
at a high rate of speed while
he was trying to hang on to
the truck she was driving.
Cindy Alice McDonald
was arrested Nov. 6 for the
Oct. 19 incident.
Her husband, Greg Mc-
Donald, was critically injured.
He was taken to North Oka-
loosa Medical Center and
then transferred by helicopter
to Sacred Heart Hospital, ac-
cording to her arrest report.
Cindy McDonald, 32, is due
to appear in court Dec. 16.


Crestview Police
Department reports
JOSHUA CALEB
GIBBS ARMSTRONG, 21,
of 702 Amos St. was charged
with uttering a counterfeit
check and grand theft.
8/20: CHARLETTE BET-
TERSON, 26, of 783 Majestic
Drive, was charged with bat-
tery (domestic violence).
8/27: SHANNON DEAN
COUCH, 38, of 757 Bay St.,
Crestview, was charged with
battery touch or strike and
trespassing at a structure or
conveyance. YOLANDA RI-
VERA, 38, of 460 Jillian Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, second
offense.
8/30: SHANE EDWARD
CAPPS, 30, of 1600 E. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, was
charged with less than 20
grams of marijuana and pos-
session and/or use of narcot-
ics equipment.
8/31: WANDA FAYE
ROBERTS, 47, of 4560 Cedar
Springs Farm Road, Holt,
was charged with unarmed
burglary to a structure with
a person inside and battery
- touch or strike. JONA-
THAN DEXTER GRICE, 27,
of 4560 Cedar Springs Farm
Road, Holt, was charged
with fraud insufficient funds
check based on an out-of-
county warrant.
9/2: JUSTIN KYLER
CAINE, 20, of2061 GMC Lane,
Crestview, was charged with
solicitation of prostitution.
9/3: FREDERICK
MOORE, 39, of 271 Wilder
Road, Bennettsville, S.C.,
was charged with battery on
a detainee.
9/4: ANTONIO
MCLAUGHLIN, 26, of 112
Butler Circle, Crestview, was
charged with trespassing in
a occupied structure or con-
veyance and battery second
or subsequent offense.
9/10: MARY FEUGE, 51,
of 102 N. Booker St., Crest-
view, was charged with
grand theft auto. CHRIS-


TINE MARY MOORE, 31, of
205 Barr Place, Crestview,
was charged with driving
while license suspended or
revoked, habitual offender.
* ANTONIO MCGEE, 46, of
407 W. Edney Ave., Crestview,
was charged with possession
of a firearm by a convicted
felon.
9/11: DONALD ROSS
COPELAND, 27, of 108 4th
Ave. Southwest, Fort Walton
Beach, was charged with
tampering with a witness
and possession of cocaine.
9/19: RODNEY HANS-
FORD, 32, of 5999 Flamin-
go Road, Crestview, was
charged with scheme to de-
fraud and contracting with-
out a license.
10/2: ALICIA MICHELLE
STROTHER, 20, of 402 Gold
Pond Ave., Crestview, was
charged with fraudulent use
of a credit card and petit
theft.
10/3: ERIC NATHAN
REYNOLDS, 20, of 705 Riva
Ridge Drive, Crestview, was
charged with aggravated
stalking after an injunction
for protection and violation of
an injunction for protection
against domestic violence. *
ABIGAIL KEGA GRAHAM,
26, of 319 Springwood Circle,
Crestview, was charged with
scheming to defraud.
10/11: JIMMYR. MCCUR-
LEY, 39, of 280 Bracewell St.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana, and pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance (Diazepam) and drug
paraphernalia. DAVID
DWIGHT DAVIS, 48, of 398
W. Griffith Ave., Crestview,
was charged with driving un-
der the influence of alcohol
or drugs and failure to sig-
nal for change in direction.
* RICHARD ALAN ABLES,
44, of 2120 Hagood Loop,
Crestview, was charged with
driving under the influence
of alcohol or drugs.
10/13: TYRONE SEALS,
47, of 104 Lake St., Crestview,
was charged with possession
of marijuana and cocaine.


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News

& NOTES

Thursday
Boys High School
Soccer
Crestview at Pine Forest
(Varsity only) 6 p.m.

Girls High School
Soccer
I Choctaw at Crestview,
JV 5:30 p.m./V 7:30 p.m.
Girls High School
Basketball
Baker at Navarre,
JV 5:30 p.m./V 6:45 p.m.
Rocky Bayou Christian at
Crestview, JV 5 p.m./
V 6:30 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Bozeman,
JV 4:30 p.m./V 6 p.m.. -

Boys High School
Basketball
Gator Preseason Classic
at Baker
Laurel Hill vs. Pensacola
Christian 6 p.m.
Baker vs. Chipley 7:30
p.m.

Friday
High School Football
Baker at Tallahassee
Florida High, Class 2B
playoffs, 6:30 p.m.
Crestview at Pace, Class
4A playoffs, 7:30 p.m.
Boys High School
Basketball
Gator Preseason Classic
at Baker
Crestview vs. Chipley,
7:30 p.m.
Collegiate Golf
Tournament
The Okaloosa County
Teachers Federal Credit
Union will host the Collegiate
Golf Tournament at Foxwood
Country Cd.l .i. a .:hor.:-
to win $ I niillic.h r f o. -'-'
Cost : '1.25 pei plo- ,
the four-person scramble. You
must form your own team.
Cost includes lunch.
There will be a tailgate
party starting 7 a.m. Shotgun
start is set for 9 a.m.
One member of the first-
place team with have a
swing for the million dollars.
Prizes will be awarded
for closest to the pin and best
cart design. There also will
be a raffle.

Football tryouts
The Crestview
Thunderbirds semi-pro
football team will hold tryouts
from 3-5 p.m. Dec. 13.
Tryouts are at Old Spanish
Trail Park. Wear shorts,
shirt and cleats if possible.
Contact Coach Taylor at
305-2317 or e-mail coach@
crestviewthunderbirds.com
with any questions. Players
should be 18 or older. The
team will compete in the
Premier Football League.
North Florida Bulls
The North Florida Bulls
traveling baseball teams are
having tryouts for players in
the 1 OU -13U age groups
Dec. 13 at Destin Middle
School.
The 9-1 0U tryouts will be
10 a.m. to noon, 11-12U
from noon to 2 p.m., and
13U from 2-4 p.m.
If you have any
questions e-mail them to
northfloridaBulls@yahoo.com
or visit northfloridaBulls.com.
Baseball skills camp
Work on explosion, core,
throwing, fielding mechanics,
speed, and acceleration with
Scott Hemond and college
coach, LC Smith. This camp
has all the tools necessary
to become a better athlete.
You'll have a blast and get
fast!
Sessions are Tuesdays
and Saturdays at the Baker
Sports Complex. Tuesday
sessions will run 5:30-7:30
p.m. Saturday sessions are
from 2-4 p.m.
The camp is for players
ages 8 and up. Cost is $99.
For more information, go
to www.ScottHemond.com.


IT'S PLAYOFF TIME!


Crestview


seeks revenge


against Pace

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Matt Brunson won't need any emotional
pep 'talks to get his Crestview football team
ready for Friday's Class 4A playoff game with
Pace.
FRIDAY'S The Patriots (5-5)
beat the Bulldogs (6-4)
GAME by a 37-13 score earlier
Crestview (6- this year and 49-14 last
4) at Pace (5-5). season.
7:30 p m None of that will mat-
Radio:3 p ter Friday night. In fact,
Rado: the Dawgs might have
WAAZ-WJSB momentum on their
Last side. Pace, the District
meeting: Pace 1-4A champion, has
prevailed 37-13 lost three of its last four
on Sept. 26 games. Crestview, the
Fast fact: District 2-4A runner-up,
Crestview seeks is on a four-game win-
its first playoff ning streak.
win since 2002. "The bottom line is
our guys kept working
and have gotten bet-
ter each week," Brunson said. "If you look at
who we lost to and their combined records, our
schedule has been very tough, which we said
from the beginning.
"We are doing what football teams try to do,
and that is improve each week. Now we are
reaping the rewards."
Bulldog linebacker Gabe Goodson down-
played the four-game winning streak.
"It just means we need to win five more (for
the state championship)," he said. "That's our
goal, to go to state and win. We are going to
play as hard as we can.
"Winning makes us fcel good, but it doesn't
change anything. We want to \irn more, and it
drives us to continue what we already start-
ed."
Senior offensive lineman Trevor Sauls is
looking for redemption against the Patriots.
"We lost pretty bad to them the last time,
and we just want to pay them back," he said.
"That was sickening how we lost to them. We
just want revenge.
"We've gotten better since we played them,
and we just have to keep moving the ball and
let our defense do the job."
Brunson said he doesn't think the final
score in the earlier meeting was a true mea-
sure of how his team played.
"We felt like game was a little bit closer than
the score indicated," he said. "We were still a
young football team figuring out where we
needed to be. We definitely feel like we are bet-
ter suited to play against (Pace) even though
they have (quarterback) Anthony Munoz and
(receiver) lyler Bousson and some guys we
had trouble containing.
"We will have our hands full, but we feel
See CRESTVIEW B3


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
LOOKING FORWARD: Blake Ritchie and the Crestview football team
take on Pace in a Region 1-4A quarterfinal on Friday.


'Paint the Town Red'

Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview High School Quarterback Club invites the com-
munity to "Paint the Town Red" on Friday in support of the CHS
football team as it heads to Pace for a Region 1-4A quarterfinal.
The Quarterback Club asks CHS fans to wear red and to deco--
rate vehicles, offices and homes in red.
A formal sendoff forth team will be held at 4:15 p.m. Friday at
the new Tractor Supply Company on U.S. Highway 90.
Friday's kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. at Pace.


Baker looks to pull an upset at Florida High


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Baker football
coach Bob Kellogg is "opti-
mistically realistic" about
his team's Class 2B playoff
opener Friday at Florida
High.
The Seminoles (9-1) very
well might be the second-
best team in Tallahassee,
behind only their Florida
State namesake. They've
scored 383 points and al-
lowed 120. The only team to
beat them was a Class 2A
Marianna team that's also in
the playoffs.
Florida High presents
all kids of challenges for the
Gators (6-4).
"Several of the problems
that you face is there are
several athletes everywhere
at all of their skill positions,
and none of them play both
ways," Kellogg said. "They
are going to put all of their
linebackers and DBs (de-
fensive backs) back there
on the field. And when they
go to offense all their wide
receivers and running backs


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
TALLAHASSEE-BOUND: Kellan Meeks, left, and the Baker
football team play at Tallahassee Florida High on Friday
in the Region 1-2B semifinals.


are just offensive players.
That's the first problem we
face with them because we
have everybody going both
ways. They are like a bigger
school in that the majority of
their kids are going on just
one side of the ball.


"The second-biggest
problem you face is they are
all skill at every position with
a lot of size and speed."
Already a big underdog,
Baker might be without
do-everything quarterback
Cameron Domangue, who


FRIDAY'S GAME
Baker (6-4) at
Tallahassee Florida High
(9-1), 6:30 p.m. Baker
time
Region 1-2B semifinal
Radio: WTJT
Fast fact: Baker
seeks its first playoff win
since 2001

suffered a slight shoulder
separation in Friday's loss
to Jay.
If Domangue can't go,
sophomore Christian Mainor
will get the call under center.
Freshman Vada Moore also
could get some snaps.
Add size and strength on
the offensive and defensive
lines to the athleticism and
skill, and the scales tip heav-
ily in favor of the Seminoles.
"It will be a real challenge
for us," Kellogg said. "We
told our kids it was kind of
like playing a Walton as far
as the skill level. We kind of
use that and say, 'We played
See BAKER B4


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VOLLEYBALL
Sneads 3, Baker 2
Baker (14-4) was
downed in five sets by
Sneads in a Region 1-2A
semifinal Nov. 11,
27-25, 25-23, 17-25,
23-25, 15-13.
"It took a lot of heart,
regardless of how it
ended," said Baker coach
Lisa Roy.
Baker: Kaylee Bradley
9 kills, 2 aces, 2 blocks;
Kali Flanders 9 kills, 5
aces, 4 digs; Courtney
Fountain 7 kills, 1 block,
2 digs; Allysa Horn 7 kills,
3 blocks; Lauren Griffith
19 assists, 1 kill, 1 assist;
Kaitlin Hunter 15 digs, 2
aces.

CROSS COUNTRY
Region 1-3A meet
Crestview High School
junior Lauren Day qualified
for the FHSAA state finals
for the third-consecutive
year on the strength of an
eighth-place finish at the
Region 1-3A meet Saturday
in Tallahassee.
Day's time of 19:37 also
met the' national "silver"
standard.
Day just missed having
company for the trip
to the state meet. The
CHS boys and girls both
finished seventh in the
team standings one
spot short of qualifying for
state. Crestview's girls were
denied a state trip on a
tiebreaker.
Crestview's Jacob
Gourlie finished 1 6th in
the boys meet. The top 15
individuals advanced to
state.
Boys team
standings: Leon 26, Fort
Walton Beach 119, Pine
Forest 121, Chiles 141,
Navarre, 178, CRESTVIEW
189, Ridgeview 208,
Fleming Island 215, Nease
248, Choctawhatchee
268, Columbia 277,
Gainesville 310,
Middleburg 378.
Crestview boys: 16.
Jacob Gourlie 16:48; 34.
Dylan T lIm,-:,- 17:22; 37.
Corey Smith 17:23; 59.
Charles Brown 17:45; 62.
Blake Sheffler 17:53; 82.
Cameron Sanchez 1 8:30;
Connor Marshall 18:32.
Girls team
standings: Chiles 15,
Fort Walton Beach 76,
Leon 84, Ridgeview 108,
Fleming Island 148,
Navarre 174, CRESTVIEW
174, Nease 212,
Choctawhatchee 215,
C-.-: bi 259, Ed White
306, Columbia 322.
Crestview girls: 8.
Lauren Day 19:37; 17.
Taylor Polk 20:17; 53.
Annessa Heatley 22:51;
55. EliseJenkins 22:56;
57. j...-1 Yarger 23:09;
79. Katelyn Barton 25:41.

GIRLS SOCCER
Crestview 8, Pine
Forest 0
Aly/ssa Altonen and
Brittany Bonilla each scored
two goals as Crestview
cruised past Pine Forest on
Nov. 11. DeChelle DuBose,
Tiffani Souders and Morgan
Coleman also scored goals
in the win while Lindsey
Lanning and Devon Coller
had two assists apiece.

Crestview 1, Tate 0
Erin Donovan's free
kick was the only score as
Crestview defeated Tate this
past Thursday.
Sara Reilly posted the
shutout in goal.
Rocky Bayou 1,
Crestview 0
Katie Kaim's penalty kick

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Box SCORES


JAY 41,

Jay has BAKER 21


Baker
Baker 14 0 0 7 21 scored on
Jay 7 7 14 13 41 its opening
1ST QUARTER drive for the
BAKER Cameron Domangue 83 run ninth time in
(David Beck kick), 11:05
JAY -Andrew Oliver 30 run (Todd Laney kick), 8:53 10 games
BAKER Marcus Jones 82 run (David Beck kick), 4:27 this season
2ND QUARTER
JAY Rush Hendricks 11 run (Todd Laney kick), 3:53
3RD QUARTER
JAY Dakota Boughton 14 run (Todd Laney kick), 6:58
JAY Dale Barlow 9 pass form Steven Brabham (Todd Fatigue
Laney kick), 2:18 4THQUARTER could
JAY Dale Barlow 49 pass form Steven Brabham (Todd have
Laney kick), 9:27 played
JAY Rush Hendricks 8 run (kick failed), 5:24 a role.
BAKER -Billy Whatmough 61 run (David Beck kick), Baker was
4:41 playing
its 10th
PLAYER STATISTICS quarter
OFFENSE in seven
PASSING Baker, Cameron Domangue 1-3-0-10, days


Christian Mainor 0-5-0-0.
RUSHING Baker, Cameron Domangue 10-176, Marcus
Jones 5-85, Billy Whatmough 3-75, Christian Mainor 3-4,
Kellan Meeks 1-2
RECEIVING Baker, Cameron Davis 1-10.


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Baker tackles-assists-total (tackles for loss included in continues
total) Dakota Hooper 4-5-9, David Beck 3-6-9, Tyler to rank
Moberly 4-3-7, Tyler Holley 4-3-7, Blake Bollinger 3-4-7, among
Billy Whatmough 4-2-7, Kellan Meeks 2-2-6, Brandon the area
Ates 3-2-5, Josh Williams 4-0-4, Marcus Jones 3-1-4, leaders in
Vada Moore 2-1-4, Dylan Kersey 2-0-2, Christian Mainor \ multiple
1-1-2, Cameron Domangue 1-0-1, Garth Baily 1-0-1, Ben defensive
Wood 1-0-1, Cameron Davis 1-0-1, Jacob Lawson 1-0-1, stats
Preston Nixon 0-1-1.
Tackles for loss Kellan Meeks 1.5, Vada Moore 1,
Bily Whatmough 0.5.
Sacks Billy Whatmough 0.5, Kellan Meeks 0.5.
Fumbles forced Kellan Meeks 2
Fumbles recovered Tyler Holley


jay
hogged
JAY the ball for
462 61 plays
46-297 to Baker's
9-15-0-165 30


Standout
QB
Cameron
Domangue
sustained
a shoulder
injury late
in the
game






This was
a season
low in
passing
yards for
Baker





Take away
Baker's
big
scoring
plays and
the
Gators'
total
offense
drops to
126 yards.


TOTAL NET YARD
NET YARDS RUSH
NET YARDS PASS


TEAM STATISTICS
BAKER
S 352
HING 22-342
3ING 1-8-0-10


CRESTVIEW 31,

WASHINGTON 28


CHS won
the game
on a rare
"fair catch
kick" on the
final play.
A team can
put the ball
in play with
a free kick
after a fair
catch. CHS
elected
to do this
after a
Washington
punt. This
type of field
goal has


4TH QUARTER been scored
CRESTVIEW Artis Coleman 20 pass from only four
Blake Ritchie (J.T. Arnold kick), :55 times in NFL
CRESTVIEW -J.T. Arnold 60 fair history, most
catch kick, :02 recently in
861nQ Th-,


PLAYER STATISTICS kick.
OFFENSE kck
PASSING Crestview, Blake Ritchie 10-19-0-194. CHS scf
RUSHING Crestview, Jordan Glover 28-202, Chris record
Pickett 6-67. longest f
RECEIVING Crestview, Chris Pickett 5-98, Jordan
Glover 2-61, Artis Coleman 3-35, Allen Caldwell 1-7.


DEFENSE
Crestview tackles-assists-total (total also includes sacks)
Gabe Goodson 4-11-15, Levi Hendrix 4-7-11, Cody
Swenbeck 4-6-10, Ben Baber 2-4-6, B.J. McClure 4-1-5,
Darius Robbins'l1-3-4, Jason Parker 1-3-4, Matt Dobson
Gabe / 0-4-4, Mitch Kertis 1-1-2, Amond Robinson 1-1-2, Chris
Goodson Briley 1-1-2, Chris Pickett 0-1-1, Keyshawn Thomas
recorded 0-1-1, Jerry Siler 0-1-1, Joel English 0-1-1, Donquel
recorded Dorsey 0-11, George Frye 0-1-1.
digits inouble Fumble recovery Gabe Goodson
digits in
tackles in TEAM STATISTICS
eight of C W
10 regular TOTAL NET YARDS 463 -
season. NET YARDS RUSHING 34-269 -
games NET YARDS PASSING 10-19-0-194 -


et a
hool
I for
field


This was
CHS
running
back
Jordan
Glover's
third game
with more
than 200
rushing
yards


Crestview
extended
its winning
streak
to four
games





Artis
Coleman
made
amends
for a
fumble
into the
end zone
earlier in
the fourth
quarter
with this
score.
CHS
started
the drive
from its
own 4 with
2:53 to
play


/


Crestview 7 7 7 10 31
Washington 7 14 7 0 28
1ST QUARTER
WASHINGTON-Aezian James 11 run
(Aiman AI-Sewadi kick), 8:42
CRESTVIEW Chris Pickett 29 pass from Blake Ritchie
(J.T. Arnold kick), 4:24
2ND QUARTER
WASHINGTON Joseph Franzone 29 run (kick failed),
11:07
CRESTVIEW Jordan Glover 2 run (J.T Arnold kick),
7:35
WASHINGTON- Milton Hendrieth 14 pass from Joseph
Franzone (Patrick Hall run); 2:32
3RD QUARTER
WASHINGTON Milton Hendrieth 36 pass from
Joseph Franzone (Aiman AI-Sewadi kick), 7:49
CRESTVIEW--.Chris Pickett 24 run (J.T. Arnold kick),
3:16


Facts about




the free kick


Crestview's football
team beat Washington 31-
28 this past Friday on the
strength of a 60-yard fair
catch kick by J.T Arnold
on the final play of the
game. Wikipedia's online
encyclopedia 'provides
this information about the
rare play:

The fair catch kick is a
little-known, rarely enact-
ed rule in some forms of
American football that al-
lows a team, after making a
fair catch of an opponent's
kick, to attempt a field goal
freely from the spot of the
catch. It is one of the three
types of free kicks; the oth-
er two are the kickoff and
the safety kick. At one time
a very similar rule existed
in rugby union called goal
from mark.
Fair catch kicks can
only occur when a mem-,
ber of the receiving team
signals for, and success-
fully makes, a fair catch
(or is awarded A fair catch
after a kick-catch inter-
ference penalty.) That
team then has the option
of restarting play either
by snap or fair catch kick.
If the team elects the fair
catch kick option, the kick-
ing team lines up at the
spot where the fair catch
was made, and the oppos-
ing team must line up at
least ten yards downfield.
The kicker then may ei-
ther place kick the ball
from a teammate's hold (a
kickoff tee may be used in
high school) or drop kick
the ball. Three points are
awarded for kicking the
ball through the uprights.
The fair catch kick has
unique rules which dis-
tinguish it from other free
kicks, such as kickoffs.
Most significantly, it is the
only variant in which the
kicking team can score
a field goal. Also, onside
kicks are not permitted;
the ball cannot be recov-
ered by the kicking team
unless first touched by
the receiving team. The
clock starts when the ball
is kicked. If the kick is un-
successful, the rules are


similar to that of a normal
missed field goal: the op-
posing team has the op-
tion of fielding the ball and
attempting a runback, or
of taking possession at the
spot of the kick. A success-
ful fair catch kick is fol-
lowed by a normal kick off.
Fair catch kicks are
permitted in the National
Football League and at
the high school level. Un-
der National Federation
of State High School Asso-
ciations rules, a fair catch
kick can be attempted un-
der more circumstances.
. Fair catch kicks are not
permitted at the collegiate
level under NCAA rules.
The last successful fair
catch kick in the NFL was by
Mac Percival in 1968, scor-
ing the game-winning field
goal for the Chicago Bears
against the Green Bay Pack-
ers. Through the 2007 sea-
son, 10 more have been at-
tempted, none successful.
A fair catch kick is very
rarely attempted, as only
a specific combination of
circumstances makes it ad-
vantageous for the receiv-
ing side. The punt or free
kick must be fair-caught at a
point close enough to make a
field goal attempt plausible.
There will usually be insuffi-
cient time to run more than
one play from scrimmage,
so is only likely to be seen
when the punt would other-
wise be the last or next-to-
last play of the half. If occur-
ring in the second half, the
receiving team would pre-
sumably be tied or trailing
by three points or fewer so
that a successful field goal
is significant. Finally, when
these rare circumstances
are present, a well-coached
kicking team should recog-
nize that it is not in their best
interests to allow their oppo-
nents to make a successful
fair catch. They may thus
employ any of several tac-
tics to avoid that outcome,
such as deliberately kicking
the ball out of bounds or far
away from any opponent, or
running a non-punting play
from scrimmage that allows
the game clock to expire
safely.


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CRESTVIEW from page B1


good about going over there."
In the end, Brunson said going back to
the power football he knows best made the
difference.
"We tinkered with the spread offense
like many teams do," he said. "But around
that time (when Crestview played Pace) is
when we got back to trying to be physical,
and we felt like that ended up being our
forte."
The Dawgs piled up more total yards
than the Patriots in the earlier meeting but
also turned the ball over multiple times to
set up Pace scores.
In recent weeks, the Bulldogs have


learned to will themselves to victory.
"Our guys don't give up," Brunson said.
"We were down by a touchdown (against
Washington on Friday) with 97 yards to
go and two minutes on the clock the other
night. But our guys responded and went
the distance and refused to lose.
"We feel like we've improved through the
year, and we compete against Pace in all
sports. Our kids are looking forward to it.
We think going over there with some state-
assigned officials, anything is possible."
Visit our online Crestview football refer-
ence page at www.crestviewbulletin.com


BLEACHERS from page B1


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
PJC SIGNEE: Katlyn Free, front center, with Laurel Hill volleyball coach Kent Zessin,
front left, Pensacola Junior College volleyball coach Pete Pena, front right, and
parents Keith and Terry, back.


LHS standout Free signs with PJC


in approximately the 70th minute won it for
Rocky Bayou on Saturday.

BOYS SOCCER
Crestview 2, Escambia 1I
CHS got two goals from David Pyle to
erase a 1-0 deficit on Nov. 10. Min Ching
and Jay Morgan assisted on Pyle's scores.


Fort Walton Beach 3, Crestview 1
Cody Kurpil scored Crestview's goal on a
free kick on Nov. 1 3.
Pace 3, Crestview 2
The Dawgs fell to the Patriots on Saturday.
The Dawgs' David Pyle scored when he bent
in a shot from the left corner, lain Mowbray
scored Crestview's other goal on a penalty kick.


Kyle Wright
Crestview New& Bulletin

LAUREL HILL Katlyn Free did more than
help Laurel Hill's volleyball team to a win
when she put away 17 kills at Pensacola
Christian Academy on Sept. 22.
She also helped herself earn a college
scholarship.
Pensacola Junior College volleyball
coach Pete Pena liked what he saw as he
watched from the stands when Free wal-
loped the Warriors.
Pena signed Free to a PJC volleyball
scholarship Friday during a ceremony in
the lobby of the LHS gymnasium.
"I'm just really excited," Free said. "I
felt more at home at PJC. It felt like a bet-
ter atmosphere.
"(Pena) says he needs a good hitter and
he has one or two positions he needs to fill,
and I just need to compete for them."
Free, a senior, led the Hobo volleyball
team in hitting throughout her high school
career. She helped LHS to a district title in
2005 and to a playoff appearance this sea-
son.
Free also hopes to contribute to the PJC
softball program. She served as the prima-
ry pitcher for the Hobo softball program's
district championship teams in 2007 and
2008.


"We've had quite a few two-sport ath-
letes, and we think Katie can handle both
and do a good job with both," said Pena,
who also serves as an assistant coach in
the PJC softball program under his wife,
head coach Brenda Pena.
"The sky is the limit with her. She's a
competitor. She's got a tremendous amount
of talent. Now it's a matter of, let's get bet-
ter and improve on this talent."
Laurel Hill volleyball coach Kent Zessin
told Free throughout her career she could
develop into a college player with hard
work.
He watched proudly Friday as his pre-
diction came true. Free became Zessifi's
first LHS volleyball player to earn a college
scholarship.
"The last couple of years she came in
and put in the extra time in the gym, and it
has paid off for her," Zessin said.
"Today is a special day for her. Hope-
fully it doesn't end with a two-year career.
Maybe she'll continue to improve and work
hard and get a four-year education out of
it.
Free hopes to move on to a four-year
school after she completes her time at
PJC. She listed math and psychology as
possible fields of study.
Congratulate Katlyn by posting a note
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Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
It's sudden death time for the Baker
and Crestview football teams as the 2008
playoffs get under way.
The Gators (6-4) are somewhat
limping into the playoffs, coming off of a
disappointing 41-21 loss against rival Jay.
All Baker has to do in the first round
of the Class 2B playoffs is travel to
Tallahassee and take on a once-beaten
Florida High team that has outscored its
opponents 383-120.
Florida High is probably the best
team Baker will see this year. It has the
advantage of being a prep school in a
smaller classification that has a metro
area from which to draw players.
Most football fans in Okaloosa
County will be pulling for the Cameron
Domangue, Billy Whatmough and
company to pull off the upset and extend
the season one more week. (The Gators
would face the winner of the Bozeman-
South Walton game in the regional finals).
In a world of storybook endings, this
Gator senior class that has been through
so much together would live out a dream
and, on Dec. 13, travel to Orlando and
hoist a state title trophy above their
heads.
In the world of reality, Friday's game
likely will be the last football game for
most of the Gator seniors, who have given
their all for their school these last four
years.
The Bulldogs (6-4) seem to have the
easier draw as they travel to Pace to take
on a 5-5 Patriot squad in Class 4A action.
Pace beat Crestview 37-13 on Sept. 26
in what turned out to be the worst loss
of the season for the Bulldogs. The loss
also was the first of three straight. But
the Bulldogs have rolled off four straight
victories since that losing streak ended
with a setback at Mosley on Oct. 17.
In a season of the unusual, the
Bulldogs have won only two games by
more than a touchdown and have lost only
one game by more than seven points.
Fortunately for Crestview fans, the
Bulldogs are now winning the close
games they were losing in September and
early October.
Looking at the bracket, things set up
well for the Bulldogs. Start with the CHS-
Pace matchup. Crestview has won four
straight. The Patriots have dropped three
of their last four.
If Crestview gets past Pace, the
Bulldogs will play the winner of the Fort
Walton Beach-Tate game. The Vikings
should beat the Aggies, in which case
Crestview would play at Fort Walton
Beach in the second round of the playoffs.
If Tate wins, then Crestview would be
the host team in Round 2.
Of course, the first step is getting past
the Patriots, and that's always easier said
than done.
Right now, the Bulldogs are finding
ways to win games.
One week, it is Chris Pickett making
a big catch. The next week, it's Artis
Coleman. There's always Jordan Glover
pounding the rock.
Crestview's season seemed to take
a turn for the best when the Bulldogs
started playing the kind of hard-nosed


May the Big

Red Machine

play on

News Bulletin Sports Editor
Randy Dickson posted this message
on his North End Zone blog on
Thursday:
I knew I would create a bit of a
controversy with my recent column *
about Crestview's Big Red Machine,
but I decided, rightfully or wrongly
so, to go ahead and do it anyway.
I understand people cannot see
into my heart and mind to know my
intentions when they read something
in print, but I hope you will believe
me when I say the column was never
intended to hurt the students or split
the CHS community.
Ijust got olf the phone with Big
Red Machine band director Jody
Durnn, and I assured him I wasn't
trying to tell him how\ to do his job.
I can understand in retrospect why
some of the things I wrote might
have seemed to suggest otherwise.
1 understand his point that a quick
phone call might have kept a fire
from ever getting started.
As I told Mr. Dunn, there are times
when the aches and pains in this old
football player's body act up that I
wish I had played the trumpet or tuba
for Henley's Honkers, as the Gulf
Breeze Band was known in my day,
instead of tackle for the Dolphins.
Some of my fondest memories from
my playing days are from taking the
field as the band played the school
fight song, or lipping the final words
to the alma mater, "To the Blue and
Gold of Gulf Breeze High we ever will
be true." And since the truth is being
told, I probably wouldn't have made
the band, and the football team didn't
cut anybody.
I in no way want to rob a band
member of the joy of their high
school experience any more than I
want to rob an athlete of those things
he or she might experience in their
chosen sport.
I know the band won't be traveling
to Washington on Friday, but that's so
they can join the team in the playoffs
in Pace next week. I plan on being
there, too. I'll be the guy with egg on
my face.

football that has defined coach Matt
Brunson's coaching career.
If Crestview continues to pound
the rock and plays swarming defense,
the Bulldogs just might pick up their
first football playoff win since the state
semifinals in 2002.
Post your playoff predictions at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Wednesday, November 1.9, 2008


Snnrsc,


Baker quarterback Cameron Domangue tries to elude a Jay tackler during the
Gators' loss against the Royals last Friday.



Baker tops Laurel Hill in opener


Randy Dickson
Crestview'News Bulletin
BAKER There were no surprises as the
Laurel Hill traveled to Baker in the girls bas-
ketball season opener.
Courtney Fountain had 18 points and eight
steals to lead the Gators to a 46-20 win against
the Hoboes.
Baker (1-0) opened the game with. a 9-0 run
led by Alyssa Horn, who scored five of her 14
points in the first 5:30 of the game.
Baker led 11-2 after the first and never
looked back.


The Hoboes scored got a basket from
Jenny Brown early in the second quarter to
pull to within 11-4, but that's as close as they
would get the rest of the way.
The Gators led 17-7 at the half and
stretched the lead to 29-10 after three quar-
ters.
"Courtney is going to have to spark our
team every night, and she knows that," Baker
coach Kathy Combest said. "The other girls
are going to have to step up behind her and
get better."
See photos from the game at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


BAKER from page B1


pretty well against Walton.'
"We told them that nobody is giving us a
chance on paper and to just go out there and
have fun. Every Saturday afternoon, there
are people (in college) that shouldn't win that
win. No question it would be a big upset, but
our attitude is good."
Kellogg pointed out that the Gators haven't
matched up well with anyone they played ex-
cept first-year program Rocky Bayou Chris-
tian. Yet Baker is in the playoffs, and teams
like Northview and Vernon are through for
the season.
"We beat some people that we probably
shouldn't have beaten and if you look at our
schedule we had a chance to be 8-2," Kellogg
said. "We should have beat Walton, and we
were a half-yard away from beating Vernon.
"Our kids play hard. That's all we ask of
them is to go out and play hard, and you nev-
er know. That's why you play. I also told them
Baker is famous for winning so many playoff
games they shouldn't have."
That tradition helped motivate senior Kel-
lan Meeks.
"It makes me want to go out there and
play hard and live up to that legend," he


said. "You win or you go home, and I'm not
ready for the season to be over with be-
cause I'm not sure if I'm going to play col-
lege ball.
"I'm just going to try and make sure we
make it as far as we can go. I think they are
a lot like Walton. We just have to shUt down
their speed and play smart. We have to play
like we know we can play."
Billy Whatmough said he is ready for the
Gators to pull the upset.
"I think it's a good possibility," the Baker
senior said. "Going into it, no one's picking us
to win. No one sees us winning.
"All we can do is what we've been doing
every week, and that's preparing hard. We've
faced teams like this before athletic teams
- and we've played pretty good with them."
The underdog role suits Tyler Moberly
just fine. He said that's when the Gators are
at their best.
"Normally, it make us better," he said.
"We lose on paper, but we win in the game.
"That's the way it has been this year."
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IN FINE FORM: AARP Tax-Aides assisted low-
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with their taxes last spring at the Crestview
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Tax-aides



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AARP program offers

free tax prep assistance

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
How well can you wing a 1099? If you're pretty
good when it comes to completing your annual
tax forms and enjoy helping other people, the
AARP has a perfect role for you.
AARP Tax-Aide is a free, nationwide, confi-
dential service that helps people prepare tax
returns. During the spring tax season, tax-aides
set up at the Crestview Public Library to offer
their services to low-and middle-income taxpay-
ers, especially those who are 60 or older. Last
year, more than 2 million people benefited from
the program nationwide.
The local program needs volunteers, said or-
ganizer Vianney Tully.
"We've lost some tax-aides from last year,"
she said. "It's not hard, and it's something almost
anybody could do."
Tully said volunteers receive nearly a week
of training through the AARP Foundation's non-
profit program, which is funded by the Internal
Revenue Service, AARP arid private contribu-
tions.
Last year's Crestview volunteers included re-
tired military and educators, as well as city coun-
cil member Bob Allen.
Tully is seeking volunteers now for the spring
2009 tax preparation season.
"People get busy with the holidays, and then
it's January and it's too late," she said.
To volunteer or for more information, call
Tully at (850) 689-0443 or Cheryl White. at (850)
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BFMC closing


its doors Friday
Special to the News Bulletin

Baker Family Medical Clinic will be closing
permanently on Friday. Debra Mathis, FNP-BC,
will remain at BFMC for the month following to
deal with needed refills and health concerns.
Have your new provider fax a request for re-
cords, and they will be sent to their office. Letters
are being sent to all current patients.
The staff at BFMC has thoroughly enjoyed
caring for each of you and prays for your contin-
ued health.


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
NEW PROGRAM: Sandra Hillis is the program coordinator for
the COPE Center programs in north Okaloosa County.


Special to the News Bulletin
COPE Center is pleased
to announce it has expanded
specialized substance abuse
services to North Okaloosa
County.
COPE Center (Chatau-
qua Offices of Psychothera-
py and Evaluation Inc.) was
awarded a competitive bid to
administer intensive outpa-
tient substance abuse treat-
mient for families referred by
the dependency court sys-
tem in Crestview.
COPE Center is a non-
profit 501(c)3 behavioral
health center based in DeFu-
niak Springs, offering many
services for recovery from
mental illness and substance
abuse for over 35 years. The
North Okaloosa Intensive
Outpatient Substance Abuse
program is funded by Ac-
cess Behavioral Health and
centers on family focused


recovery. The program coor-
dinator, Sandra Hillis, has an
extensive background work-
ing with families in crisis.
The program is active and
works with families in crisis
to recovery from substance
abuse and either reunite or
prevent removal of children
from the family unit.
"Many of the participants
are experiencing success in
the program. Some are em-
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keeping their appointments
and living life free, from
drugs or alcohol," Hillis said.
"Substance abuse affects
the whole family,, and that
is why it is so important the
entire family be involved in
the treatment and recovery
process."
COPE Center offers an
array of services to families
in crisis. For more informa-
tion about COPE Center Inc.,
visit www.copecenter.org.


Cole family donates to Parthenon


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Members of the Rev. James
G. Cole's family recently donated
blood pressure machines, Tympan-
ic thermometers and pulse oxim-
eters to the Parthenon Healthcare
of Crestview in memory of the Rev.
Cole.
"This generous donation will al-
low our nursing staff to have state-
of-the-art equipment beyond what
is normally seen in a nursing facil-
ity," said Parthenon owner Cathy
Ates. "It will also provide improved
comfort for the patients on our
Hospice Wing."
The Cole family expressed its
gratitude to the many friends and
family that helped make the contri-
bution possible.
"We are honored to do this. It is
what daddy wanted," said Cole's
daughter, Debbie Bowden.


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
GENEROUS DONATION: Pictured with the Cole family are Parthenon Director of Nursing
Tina Swanner and Parthenon owner Cathy Ates. Members of the Cole family are
Mildred Cole, Cathy Holland, Jennifer Heady and Debbie Bowden. Not pictured is
George Cole.


Another harvest season comes to an end


Gerald Edmondson
Okaloosa County Extension Director

When folks think about this
wonderful place we call home,
their first thoughts are on
the military, tourism and the
beaches.
For many of us who call
north Okaloosa County home,
we are blessed to live in an
area where we can see nature,
farming and an abundance of
natural resources such as the
many state forest in our area.
I have the best job in the
world as extension agricultural
agent and director for the
Okaloosa County Extension
Office in Crestview. My
job allows me to work with
great people, the farmers
and landowners in Okaloosa
County.


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The people I work with are
excellent stewards of the land.
They have a love of the land
that comes from knowing it
intimately through drought,
hurricanes and floods.
Many people have a
misconception that farmers
are out to plow up and destroy
everything in their path.
Nothing could be further from
the truth. It is very expensive
nowadays to farm. Large
tractors can start at $100,000.
That tractor will burn more
than 100 gallons of diesel a
day, adding to the expense of
farming.


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aur Hometown Bank Since 1956!



O ur newest friendly face, Angela Cox, is the Assistant Branch Manager
at our Southside Office. A graduate of Laurel Hill High School, Angela
corn nued her education at Lurleen B. Wallace College majoring in education.
She and her husband, David, have one daughter who attends Walker
Elementary School. Being very family oriented, she and her daughter have the
same hobby, they love to shop. Having worked at First National for 12 years,
Angela commented, "working at First National is like having an extended
family. We really get to know our customers and they become our friends.
Aho. we have the best co-workers in the world."


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3'ss.,slan/ JTrcncAi JZ1anaye~r


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


Main Office
1301 Industrial Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-5111


Southside Office
2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-3111


Some think farmers
are spraying crops all
the time to kill every bug
present. In fact, most
farmers use Integrated Pest
Management to scout their
fields to ensure the pest
population justifies use of
pesticides. Many of the farm
pesticides cost more than
$400 per gallon. With that
cost, farmers can't afford to
spray for the heck of it.
There was a bumper
sticker around a few years
ago that said, "If you are
going to complain about
farmers, don't do it with


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your mouth full." I'm
thankful we have farmers
who are willing to grow
food and fiber even though
it is an expensive and risky
way to make a living. We
are indeed fortunate to live
in an area where we can
still experience the smell of
freshly cut hay, enjoy peanut
harvest and see the open
cotton fields waiting to be
picked.
Gerald Edmondson is
Okaloosa County Extension
Director and Agricultural
agent.


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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN

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Featuring a large selection of
Gun, Archery, Safes and all the Accessories
for your Hunting or Shooting needs.
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If we don't have it we'll get it!
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Sponsored by Okaloosa County Teachers Federal Credit Union.
Tailgate Party begins 7 a.m. with breakfast and bloody mary's.
Tournament start at 9 a.m. on


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Saturday, November 22nd,


Cost is $25 which also includes lunch. One Member of the 1st
Place Team, Closest to the Pin Winner, )Best Cart Design, Raffle
Winner and One Surprise Winner will have a chance to swing for
One Million Dollars!
Foxwood has 340 members. Great Banquet Facilities.
Home of The Annual Christian Thomhave Memorial Golf Tournament.
Tennis Courts Resurfaced in Nov. 2008.


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DON BLVD., CR


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, religion, sex, disability, being a
qualified disabled veteran, being a qualified disabled veteran of the Vietnam era, or any other category
protected by law, or decisions regarding advance directives. 1883


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Community Events


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


AMVETS to offer



Thanksgiving dinner


Special to the News Bulletin
The AMVETS will host their 10th
Thanksgiving dinner for Crestview citi-
zens who live in an area bounded by Shoal
River to the east on U.S. Highway 90 and
south on State Road 85, as far as the Yel-
low River on U.S. Highway 90 West, and to
Auburn Road/State Road 85 on the north.
To have a meal delivered free of charge,
call 682-8435 by 5 p.m. Nov. 25. AMVETS
will need your name, address, directions to
your home, your phone number, and how



Baker church


in shoebo

Local volunteers are col-
lecting simple shoebox gifts
personally packed by children, PRE
families, and individuals here troops, c
in Okaloosa County. part in c
From Okaloosa County, the worldwide
shoebox gifts will be sorted and PA(
sent using whatever means toys, nec
necessary sea containers, agemen
trucks, buses, trains, airplanes, tions are
helicopters, boats, camels, even ons
dog sleds to reach suffering PRC
children around the world. mas Chi
"I've been involved with County a
Operation Christmas Child shoe box
for more years than I can re- on six co
member, and even though the Since
children we serve are recipi- ect of in
ents of gifts, I am the one who Samaritc
is blessed," says Relay Center has deli
Coordinator Becky Tislow. "I boxes to
am eager for the 2008 collection For
season as just one more oppor- or ati
tunity to share with others the Operati
absolute joy of putting a smile or visit
on a child's face." election V


many meals you will need.
If you are unable to get through, please
call again later.
To pick up your meal on site, please call
682-8435 and give the same information. Pick
up the meals you requested at the AMVETS
Post at 105 John King Road south of 1-10.
Meals will be delivered around noon on
Thanksgiving Day. They'll include turkey,
dressing, green beans, whole kernel corn,
cranberry sauce, a dessert and a dinner
roll, with a blessing and a wish for a Happy
Thanksgiving.



:h takes part


x gift drive

HOW TO GET INVOLVED
.PARE Enlist families, churches, scout
community groups and businesses to take
creating shoe box gifts for needy children
de.
CK Fill shoeboxes with school supplies,
cessity items, candy and a letter of encour-
t. Step-by-step shoe box packing instruc-
available at www.samaritanspurse.org.
OCESS Sign up to join Operation Christ-
Id volunteers at collection sites in Okaloosa
as part of the effort to prepare millions of
x gifts for delivery to underprivileged kids
continents.
1993, Operation Christmas Child, a proj-
nternational Christian relief organization
an's Purse headed by Franklin Graham,
vered more than 61 million gift-filled shoe
needy children in some 130 countries.
lore information on how to participate in
on Christmas Child, call (407) 852-3727
www.samaritanspurse.org. National Col-
Week is through Nov. 24


LOCAL COLLECTION SITES
First Baptist Church, 1357 15th St., Baker, FL 32531.
Niceville First United Methodist Church, 214 S. Partin Drive, Niceville, FL
32578.
Village Baptist Church, 101 Matthew Blvd., Destin, FL 32541.


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We welcome everyone to stop by for refreshments
and register to win a holiday Chi Iron
(All products 15% off on this day)

Big Sexy, Biolage, Pureology, Kenra, Redken, Schwarzkopf,
ThermaFuse, Opi, Chi, Joico, Swan Creek Candles
Gift Certificates Available


Stylists: Sherry Seymour (owner),
Bonnie Cadenhead, Cindy Berenics,
Lacey Bigger, Heather Schwarz,
Mallory Moore, Theresa Rucker and


277 Texas Parkway 850.682.0352,


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

TODAY
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida Blood
Center will be held as fol-
lows:
Today Woodlawn
Baptist Church, Crestview 1
to 6 p.m.

NORTH OKALOOSA
CIRCUS: Friday at 7 p.m.
Saturday at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
at the Baker Arena, 5503
State Road 4. Tickets are $12,
with children age 12 and un-
der admitted free with paid
adult tickets. Details: (888)
245-3116.
BLOOD DRIVES for the
Northwest Florida Blood Cen-
ter will be held as follows:
Thursday, Nov. 20 An-
tioch Elementary .School,
Crestview, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 25-- Pub-
lix Crestview, 11 a.m. to 6
p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.
HEALTHY WOMAN
PROGRAM: Thursday at
6 p.m. at Woodlawn Baptist
Church, 824 N. Ferdon Blvd.
Dr. Glenn Bankert's presen-
tation will be on urinary in-
continence's causes, stages,
and treatment. A light dinner
will be served. Reservations
required. Call Jane Linden-
berg at 689-8446.
CHRISTMAS PARADE
SIGNUP: The Main Street
Crestview Association is
taking entries for the City of
Crestview Christmas Parade.
Only the first 125 paid parade
_entry applications will be ac-
cepted in the parade, with
only half of those reserved
for floats. The deadline is to-
day at 5 p.m.
Download an applica-
tion from the City Web site
at www.cityofcrestview.org/
events. Forms are also avail-
able at Bill Kilpatrick's office
at 198 N. Wilson St. in Crest-
view (in the west wing of City
Hall), at the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce of-
fice on Main St., at the Crest-
view News Bulletin, Tanning
& Hair Center, Window Fash-
ions and other downtown
businesses. Please turn in
entries to Bill Kilpatrick.
To volunteer your help or
for details, call Cindy Harris
at 865-8595, Micky Rytman at
974-4369, or Bill Kilpatrick at
689-3722, est. 230.
LIBRARY FRIENDS TO
MEET: Thursday at 10:30
a.m. at the Bob Sikes library
in Crestview. Brenda Smith
of Okaloosa Saves will dis-
cuss identity theft and a card
game called "Looking at your
Money Habitude." The public
is invited.
PHC SOCIAL: Parthe-
non of Crestview would like
to invite you to attend a Fun
Day Social at the Crestview
Senior Center on Stillwell
Blvd. in Crestview on Thurs-
day at 1 p.m. Cake and hot co-
coa will be served. All senior
adults welcome to attend this
free event.
HOSPICE SCHEDULE:
ABWA meets at Coach n Four
Thursday for new member


information and networking
at 5:15 p.m., followed by the
meeting at 6 p.m. Bring your
business cards and be ready
to network. Door prizes and
50/50 drawing.
RSVP to Susie Chestnut,
259-3001 or Heather Gann at
hgann@crestviewbulletin.
com.
For details on any of these
events, contact Susie Chest-
nut at 689-0300 or (850) 259-
3001.
SENIOR BINGO: Thurs-
day at the Knights of Colum-
bus Hall at 10:30 a.m. Lunch
will be provided. If you are a
senior citizen and would like
to attend the Ladies Auxil-
iary-sponsored event, call
689-2487 or 682-9695 for res-
ervations and information.
Please leave a message and
tell them how many people
will be attending.
USDA FOOD DRIVE:
Saturday from 10 a.m. until
the monthly food allowance
has been given out at New
Beginnings Church, 412 West
James Lee Blvd. in Crest-
view. Details: Jimmy Smith,
689-2988. New Beginnings
Church is an equal opportu-
nity provider.
BAKER COMMUNITY
YARD SALE: Saturday, Nov.
22 across from Baker School.
Booth spaces are available.
Call Felice at 259-6991 or Ni-
cole at 537-8827 for details.
DEER CLEANING FA-
CILITY CLOSES: Due to
budget constraints and the
need to selectively allocate
remaining funds for the cur-
rent fiscal year, the Division
of Forestry and the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission have jointly
decided to close the Okaloo-
sa Deer Cleaning facility, lo-
cated at South Karick Lake,
north of Baker.
This decision is necessary
to enable continued execu-
tion of the Division of Forest-
ry's primary mission, which
is to protect the public from
wildfire, assist private land-
owners, and manage state
lands. The closure went into
effect on Monday.
The public is invited to use
the Munson deer cleaning
facility, which will continue
to operate and is located on
Charles McCranie Road, just
south and east of the State
Road 4 and Highway 191 in-
tersection at Munson, near
the center of Blackwater
River State Forest.
CHRISTMAS IN
CRESTVIEW TOUR OF
HOMES Dec. 7 from 1:30 to
5:30 p.m. Refreshments will
be served at the festively
decorated GFWC clubhouse
building at 150 Woodlawn Dr.,
Crestview (behind Woodlawn
Baptist Church). The en-
trance fee is a donation of $10
for adults and $5 for children
under 12 years old. For info or
tickets, please call, 217-5869
or 682-1416. Tickets will also
be available at the clubhouse
on the day of tour. Proceeds
will go to club charities.
TOYS FOR TOTS: A lo-
cal 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 con-
tact Melinda Manchee at
(850) 902-7351, or e-mail Me-
lina.manchee@yahoo.com.
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
SIGNUP: The Main Street
CrestviewAssociationis host-
ing an Olde Towne Christmas
bazaar Dec. 6 at Courthouse
Terrace in Crestview from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
They are selling 12-by-12
spaces for $25 each. Associa-
tion members pay a discount-
ed rate of $20 per space.
The deadline .for entry
forms is 5 p.m., Dec. 1. For
an entry form or for more in-
formation, please call Cindy
Harris, at 865-8595 or e-mail
her at clharriszzz@msn.
com. Contact can also be
made with LeVinuia Grimes
or Kathi Ridge at 682-7779.
QUARTER BINGO: The
Crestview Knights of Colum-
bus is now offering Quarter
Bingo every Tuesday. The
games run from 4:30 to 6 p.m.
The K of C hall is' located at
701 James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview. Come join the fun.
REINDEER RUN 5K
run/walk, and one-mile
fun run for kids, Dec. 13
at 8:30 a.m. at North Oka-
loosa Medical center, 121
Redstone Ave., Crestview.
Preregistration by Dec. 1
costs $16; late entry is $18 up
to Dec. 12 and is $20 on race
day. Fun run registration is
$10 any time.
To mail in your registra-
tion, make checks payable
to YMCA Reindeer Run, and
mail to North Okaloosa Fam-
ily YMCA, 298 N. Wilson St.,
Crestview, FL 32536; or reg-
ister online, visit. active.com,
ecymca.org ornwftc.com.
Sponsorship opportuni-
ties are available. Call 689-
2999 for details on sponsor-
ship and the run.

MISCELLANEOUS
FLORIDATRAILASSO-
CIATION: Visit http://choc-
taw.floridatrail.org for details
on their upcoming events.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club activi-
ties, call Clarice Hebinck at
(850) 581-4591 or e-mail her
at freklzl00@cox.net.

OKALOOSA/SANTA
ROSA/WALTON
VENDORS NEEDED:
for the Holly Jolly Christmas
Craft Show Dec. 6 at Des-
tin Community Center, 101
Stahlman Ave., Destin, from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The indoor fee for vendors
is $25 per 1 10x10, 6' table
spaces. The outdoor fee is
$10 for a 10x10 space. Electri-
cal set up will be available.
Setup is Friday from 5 to 8
p.m. on Friday, and 7:30-9:30
a.m. on Saturday. Table must
be occupied from 9 to 3 p.m.
Other restrictions include: no
animals, alcohol, overnight
parking, no indoor tents, no
refunds and no exceptions.
Vendors must clean and va-
cate the premises by 5 p.m.
For details call 654-5184.


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toward appreciating what a holiday like Thanksgiving means.
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Legal # 100400

IN THE CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
2008-CA-003504

PEOPLE NATIONAL
BANK,
Plaintiff,

vs

BRYAN M. KEMPSKI,
Defendant.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE BY: DON
W. HOWARD CLERK
OF CIRCUIT COURT
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that the under-
signed, DON W. HOW-
ARD, Clerk of Circuit of


Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, will on the 10 day of
December, 2008, at
11:00 o' clock a.m.
(Central Time) at the front
south door, .Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101
James Lee Blvd. East,
Crestview, Okaloosa
County, Florida, offer for
sale and sell at public
sale to the highest and
best bidder for cash, in
accordance with Florida
Statue 45.031, the fol-
lowing described real
property situated in
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, described as:

Lots 1 and 4, Block D,
Lake Arthur Estates Phase
I, according to the Plat
thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 22, Pages 15,
16, 17 and 18, Public
Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida.

pursuant to the Final
Judgment of foreclosure
dated November. 5,
2008, entered in a case
pending in said Court,
the style of which is:

PEOPLES NATIONAL
BANK
Plaintiff,

vs

BRYAN M. KEMPSKI,
Defendant.

and the docket number of
which is
2008-CA-003504.

ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE
DATE OF THE LIS PEND-
ENS, MUST FILE A
.CLAIM WITH THE CLERK
OF COURT WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.


WITNESS my hand and
the official seal of this
Honorable Court this 6
day of November, 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk

BEN L. HOLLEY
RO. Box 1238
Crestview, Florida
32536
850-682-2336
FLA BAR # 0036838

If you are a person with
disability who needs any
accommodation in order
to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assis-
tance. Please contact Ben
L. Holley, attorney for
Plaintiff, P.O. Box 1238,
Crestview, Florida
32536, phone
850-682-2336 within
two (2) working days of
your receipt of this No-
tice Regarding the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act
of 1990; if you are hear-
ing impaired, call
1-800-995-8771.

11/12/08
11/19/08


Legal # 100425

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
2008 CA 181

ACCREDITED HOME
LENDERS, INC., A CALI-
FORNIA CORPORA-
TION,
Plaintiff,


Big Eyes.




Wet Noses.




Warm Hearts.


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County, Florida, Lega- l 100440
bounded on the
E B. KERR North by the West- IN THE CIRCUIT
TERRENCE erly extension of COURT OF THE FIRST
RR et. al. North side lot line of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Lot 34, Block 12, of FLORIDA IN AND
said Subdivision; FOR OKALOOSA
iF FORECLO- bounded on the East COUNTY CASE NO.
RE SALE by the rear lot line 2007 CA 005700
of said Lot 34;
S HERE BY bounded on the WELLS FARGO BANK
suant to a Fi- South by the West- N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOF
ent of Foreclo- erly extension of the OPTION ONE MORT
November 6, South side lot line of GAGE LOAN TRUST
entered in Lot 34; bounded on 2006-1 ASSET- BACKED
. 2008 CA the West by line CD CERTIFICATES, SERIES
e Circuit Court described as follows; 2006-1,
Judicial Circuit beginning at point C, Plaintiff, et. al.,
for Okaloosa being the midpoint
orida, wherein of line drawn form vs.
ED HOME the Southeast corner
INC., A CALl- of Lot 22 In said LEROY ECKERT,
CORPORA- Block 12 to the Defendants.
a Plaintiff and Southwest corner of
E B. KERR Lot 39 in said Block NOTICE OF FORECLO-
TERRENCE 12, thence Southerly SURE SALE
ERR; TAMI L. to Point D, being the
the Defendants. midpoint of the NOTICE IS HEREBY
to the highest North line of Lot 31 GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
bidder for cash is said Block 12, nal Judgment dated Sep-
ar Courthouse subject to any drain- tember 17, 2008 and en-
nt door, 1250 age required by the tered in Case No. 2007
way, Shalimar, City of Fort Walton CA 005700, of the Cir-
, at 11:00am Beach. cuit Court of the First Ju
y 5, 2008, the dicial Circuit in and fol
described prop- Any person claiming an OKALOOSA County
forth in said Fi- interest in the surplus Floirda,wherein WELLS
ent,to wit: from the sale, if any, FARGO BANK, N.A. AS
other than the property TRUSTEE FOR OPTIONl
Block 12, in owner as of the date of ONE MORTGAGE
ed 9th Addi- the lis pendens must file a LOAN TRUST 2006-/
Elliots Point, claim within 60 days af- ASSET- BACKED CERTIFI-
Iton Beach, ter the sale. CATES, SERIES 2006-1
County, is a Plaintiff and LEROY'
according to DON W. HOWARD As ECKERT; RHONDA G
recorded in Clerk of the Court ECKERT are the Defend
k 3, Page 7, By: K Brown ants. I will sell to the
Records of As Deputy Clerk highest and best bidder
County, for cash at Okaloost
Dated this 7 day of No- Coutny Courthouse South
vember, 2008. front door, 101 E. James
portion of Lee Blvd., Crestview, FI
Revised 9th In accordance with the at 11:00 AM on Decem
to Elliotts American with Disabili- ber 2 2008, the follow
Fort Walton ties Act, person needing ing described property as
Florida, ac- a reasonable accommo- set forth in said Fina
to the Plat dation to participate in Judgment, to wit:
Plat Book 3, the proceeding should,
of the Public no later than seven (7) LOT 49, ROCKY BAYOL
of Okaloosa days prior, contact the COUNTY CLUB ES
Clerk of the Court's disa- TATES, UNIT NO. 3, AC
ability coordinator at CORDING TO THE PAL1
8506517497, 1250 N THEREOF AS RECORDED
EGLIN PKWY SUITE IN PLAT BOOK, 7
A114, SHALIMAR FL, PAGES 1 AND 2, PUB
32579. if hearing im- LIC RECORDS OF
paired, contact (TDD) OKALOOSA COUNTY
8009558771 via Florida FLORIDA
Relay System.
Any person claiming ar
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. interest in the surplus
Attorneys for Plaintiff from the sale, if any othe
2901 Stirling Road, Suite than the property owne
300 as of the date of lis pend
Fort Lauderdale, Florida ens must file a clian
33312 within 60 days after the
Telephone 3057704100 sale.
Fax: 3056532329
DON W. HOWARD
11/19/08 As Clerk of the Court
11/26/08 By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
Legal #100427 Dated this 4 day of No

NOTICE OF PUBLIC vember, 2008.
SALE In accordance with the
Pursuant to ch 713.585 American with Disabili
(6) 85.09 f.s., Donna ties Act, person needing(
Caiazzo, as authorized a reasonable accommo
Title Specialist for dation to participate in
Hollmath, Inc. dba the proceeding should
AAMCO will sell the fol- no later than seven (7
lowing to the highest bid- days prior, contact the
der subject to any liens;Clerk of the ourtd s disa
net proceeds deposited 8506517497, 12 ability coordinator a50
w/ clerk of court per EGIN PKWY SUIT
713.585 owner/EGLIN PKWY SUITE
lienholders right to a A114, SHALIMAR FL
hearing prior to sale date 32579. if hearing im
per 713.585 (6) 85.09 paired, contact (TDD
f.s.; to post bond pr 8009558771 via Florida
559.917 f.s.; owner nay Relay System.
redeem vehicle for cash
sum of lien; all sales held Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
w/ reserve; inspect 1 wk Attorneys for Plaintiff
prior @ lienor facility; 2901 Stirling Road, Suite
cash only; anyone inter- 300
ested call Fort Lauderdale, Florid;
850.665.2595 or 33312
292.2911; Sale date Telephone 3057704100
12-8-08 @ 1pm @ 104 Fax:3056532329
E. Nine Mile Rd., Pensa-
cola, FL 32534: 11/12/08
1) 1997 Chevrolet VIN: 11/19/08
1GNEK13R5VJ303946
lien amt. $3,790.29 for
labor/ services and stor-_
age charges. Lienor:
Hollmath, Inc. dba
AAMCO, 59 Eglin Pky,
NE, Ft Walton Beach, FI Legal # 10426
32548, ph
850.244.1319 IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
11/19/08 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN


AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-004528
DIVISION:

US BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
, TRUSTEE FOR SASCO
R 2005-WF4,
- Plaintiff,
vs.
W


WILLAIM GRADY, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: BARBARA LISCHER
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 4601 Northbri-
dge Drive Batavia, OH
451031328

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

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

LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that


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Driveways, Tear Outs,
Replacements, Sidewalks
Lic/Insured.
Free est. 543-7743


an action to foreclose a As Deputy Clerk
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County, Florida Default Law
Florida: Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
LOT 24, BLOCK 8, Tampa, Florida
BEL-AIR ADDITION 33622-5018
TO FORT WALTON NMNC-CONV-R-khartmaier
BEACH, ACCORDING -F08066886
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF; AS RE- IMPORTANT
CORDED IN PLAT In accordance with the
BOOK 2, PAGE 56, Americans with Disabili-
OF THE PUBLIC REC- ties Act, persons with dis-
ORDS OF abilities needing special
O K A L O O S A accommodation to partic-
COUNTY, FLORIDA ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
has been filed against ministration at 101 James
you and you are required Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
to serve a copy of your view, FL, 32536-3515;
written defenses, if any, telephone number (850)
on or before December 689-5000, Extension
29, 2008 on Florida De- 7497, prior to the pro-
fault Law Group, PL., ceeding. or Shalimar
Plaintiff's attorney, whose (850) 651-7497
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite. IMPORTANT
300, Tampa, Florida In accordance with the
33634, and file the origi- Americans with Disabili-
nal with this Court either ties Act, persons with dis-
before' service on abilities needing special
Plaintiff's attorney or im- accommodation to partic-
mediately thereafter; oth- ipate in this proceeding
erwise a default will be should contact Court Ad-
entered against you for ministration at 1250 N.
the relief demanded in Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
the Complaint or petition. FL, 32579; telephone
number (850) 651-7497,
This notice shall be pub- prior to the proceeding.
lished once each week
for two consecutive 11/18/08
weeks in the Crestview 11/26/08


News Bulletin.

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 14 day of Novem-
ber, 2008.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court

By: Beth McDonald


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 Lic/Ins
Free est. 305-1258




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& improvements. Call
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Repairs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383




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small. Call for estimate
543-3539
We dispose of mobile
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We move mobile homes
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LEGAL # 120110

NOTICE OF SALE

FEDERAL LIEN CORP
will sell at Public Sale at
Auction the following ve-
hicles to satisfy lien pursu-
ant to Chapter 713.585


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Centipede, St. Augustine,

We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
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PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
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Senior citizen discounts.





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Exp. Tree Trimming and
Removal, Stump Removal.
50ft Bucket Truck and
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Free est. Lic./Ins.
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Crestview News Bulletin I B9


of the Florida Statutes on you and you are required Baby Guinea Pigs $10.
Dec. 11, 2008 at 10:00 to serve a copy of your 758-7921
A.M. written defenses, if any, Guinea Pigs solid color 2
on or before Dec. 29, gray, 1 black 1 brown
Lot#: .A26044 1992 2008, on Florida Default $10.689-3770
White BMW CV Law Group, P.L.,
VIN#WBABB2317NEC2 Plaintiffs attorney, whose
9210 Located at: QUAL- address is 9119 Corpo-
ITY IMPORTS 1006 N. rate Lake Drive, Suite 2110
BEAL PKWY FT. WAL- 300, Tampa, Florida
TON BCH, FL 32547 33634, and file the origi- Free to good home Gray
(850)863-2161 Owner: nal with this Court either Tabby male & Torti fe-
TRUCLINH THI TRAN before service on male 3 mo. old. Call
1961 TOCCOA FLS Plaintiffs attorney or im- 682-3316
GROVETOWN, GA mediately thereafter; oth- ,ff ,
30813 2nd Owner: Cus- erwise a default will be
tomer: TRUCLINH TRAN entered against you for
284 WASHINGTON the relief demanded in .2130
AVE VALPARAISO, FL the Complaint or petition. Hay for sale. Round ba-
32580 Lienholder: This notice shall be pub- les only. call 758-0945
NONE Lien Amount: lished once each week
$6,557.98 for two consecutive ,
weeks in the Crestview/ 'A
Pursuant to Florida Stat- News Bulletin. WITNESS
ute 713.585 the my hand and the seal of
proceeding claims a lien this Court on this 12 day
on vehicle shown for stor- of November, 2008!. *. .
age, labqr and/or ser-
vices. Unless charges Don W. Howard
shown are paid in cash, Clerk of the Court MERCHANDISE
said vehicles will be sold By: Auita Cantrall
for cash by public auc- As Deputy Clerk 3100 Antiques
tion on date at time 3110- Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
shown where vehicle lo- Florida Default Law 3130-Auctions
cated. Owners or anyone Group, PL. PO. Box 3140 Baby Items
claiming an interest have 25018 Tampa, Florida 3150 Building Supplies
a right to a hearing prior 33622-5018 3160 Business
to the scheduled auction Equipment
which can be set by filing IMPORTANT 3170 Collectibles
demand with Clerk of the 3180 Computers
Circuit Court in this In accordance with the 3190- Electronics
3200 Firewood
County and mailing cop- Americans with Disabili- 3220 Furniture
ies of demand to all other ties Act, persons with dis- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
owners and lienholders. abilities needing special 3240- Guns
Owner can recover pos- accommodation to partic- 3250- Good Things to Eat
session without judicial ipate in this proceeding 3260 Health & Fitness
proceeding by posting should contact Court Ad- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
bond per Florida Statute ministraton at 101 James 3280- Machinery/
559.917. Auction pro- Lee Boulevard East, Crest- Equipment
ceeds in excess of view, FL, 32536-3515; 3290- Medical Equipment
S3300- Miscellaneous
charges due will be de- telephone number 3310-Musical Instruments
posited with Clerk of the (850)689-5000, Exten- 3320' Plants & Shrubs/
Circuit Court. Any per- sion 7497, prior to the Supplies
son(s) claiming any inter- proceeding. or Shalimar 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
est(s) in the above vehi- (850)651-7497 3340 Sporting Goods
cles contact: FEDERAL 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
LIEN CORP IMPORTANT
(954)384-7171 25% In accordance with the-
Buyers Premium ALL Americans with Disabili-
AUCTIONS ARE HELD ties Act, persons with dis- 3100
WITH RESERVE abilities needing special All Types of Watch &
LIC#AB0000288 accommodation to partic- Clock Repair, grandfa-
ipate in this proceeding others, mantels, cuckoos,
11/19/2008 should contact Court Ad- we buy antiques, Call
ministration at 1250 N. 689-1007
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
LEGAL # 120112 number (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. 3110
SFTHE IRCUT 1"1Ron's Appliance & Parts,
COURT OF THE FIRST 11/19/2008 appliance repair, appli-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 11/26200 ance parts 213 N. Main
AND FOR Street, call 689-1007.
OKALOOSA After hours 305-8515
COUNTY, FLORIDAer
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-00 1110
5526 DIVISION: FILE Donate Your Vehicle | 3130
NO: F08083525 Receive $1000 Grocery Foreclosed Home Auc-
SUNTRUST MORT- Coupon United Breast tion Florida Statewide
SUNTRUST MORT- Cancer Foundation Free 1000 Homes Must Be
GAGE, INC., Mammograms, Breast Sold! Free Catalog
Plaintiff, Cancer Info ( 8 0 0 ) 6 7 8 -05 1 7
www.ubcf.info FreeTow- USHomeAuction.com
vs. ing, Tax Deductible,
TRAVIS WILLIAMS, et Non-Runners Accepted,
'feTRAVIS WILLIAMS, et (888)468.-5964. FI O
al, Run your ad State-|- 3200 -
Defendant(s). a,. t
dimiu ul Rim yvuw i d.aaaa,,


NOTICE OF A
TO: TRAVIS
LAST KNO
DRESS: 517
Circle Mary.
32569

CURRENT
UNKNOWN
ANY AND
KNOWN
CLAIMING
THROUGH,
AND AGAII
HEREIN NA
DIVIDUAL
ANT(S) W
NOT KNOW
DEAD OR
WHETHER
KNOWN
MAY CLAIM
TEREST AS
HEIRS,
GRANTEES,
OTHER CLAIM
LAST KNO
DRESS: UNKN
CURRENT
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NO
an action to
mortgage on
ing prop
OKALOOSA
Florida:
LOT 18, B
RUSH PAR
ACCORDING
OR PLAT TH
RECORDED
BOOK 14,
OF THE PUE
ORDS
0 K A L
COUNTY, FLO
has been fil


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DTIFIED that \,
foreclose a
the follow- .
)erty in
County,
BLOCK C,
1K WEST, PETS & ANIMALS
TO MAP ....... ..
IEREOF AS 2100 -Pets
IN PLAT 2110- Pets: Free to
PAGE 79, Good Home
BLIC REC- 2120- Pat Supplies
OF 2130- Farm Animals/
0 0 S A Supplies
RIDA 2140 Pets/Livestock
I sA 1 Wanted,
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Across from TVin Hills
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Crestview
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Fri. & Sat. Nov. 21, 22,
8am-? 5355 Monterrey
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Christmas decorations,
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Sat 8am 1pm
Jewelry, dishes, silk
flowers, toys, furniture..
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All proceeds to benefit
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Off Hwy 85

TUPPERWARE
Call Jackie 682-4305





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4120 Sales
4130 Employment
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ends EOE 682-8804 Ap-
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S Medical/Health

*Medical Asst.
S 3250 PT, Medical Asst. needed
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Pecans tice, clinical exp. pert.
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size mattress set in plastic ..E Building on help find homes for int'l
w/warranty. $119.00. on exchange students. Com-
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Dark green recliner, "Rock Bottom Prices" Must be 25+.
like new $ 80 firm. 32x60x18 $11,995. (877)216-1293.
* Antique armoire, exc. 35x60x16 $14,285. Learn to Operate' a
condition $ 400 firm. 40x80x16 $20,995. Crane or Bull Dozer
Call 259-6681 48x100x18 $27,495. Heavy Equipment Train-
60x120x18 $44,900. ing. National Certifica-
Many Others! Pioneer tion. Financial & Place-
Steel (800)668-5422. ment Assistance. Georgia
3230--School of Construction.
Baker Airlines Are Hiring, www.Heavy5.com Use
Baker Train for high paying Avi- code "FLCNH" or call
Yard Sale ation Maintenance Ca- (866)218-2763.
Fri., Nov 21st & Sat., reer. FAA approved pro-
Nov 22nd 8am-? gram. Financial aid if No Truck Driver Experi-
5224 Highway 4 qualified Job placement ence No Problem.
Furniture, household assistance. Call Aviation Wil-Trans Trucking Will
items, small appliances, Institute of Maintenance Teach You How to Drive.
kids clothes & misc. (888)349-5387 Company Sponsored
Crestview- _CDL Training. Be OTR in'
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Emerald Coast from Home. *Medical, 368-1205. Must be 23.
Parents of *Business, *Paralegal, Post Office Now Hir-
Multiples *Computers, *Criminal ing! Avg Pay $20/hr or
Justice. Job placement as- $57K/yr Including Fed-
Annual Fall distance. Computer avail- eral Benefits and OT.
Garage Sale able. Financial Aid if Placed by adSource not
Sat 7 Noon qualified. Call affiliated w/USPS who
109LiveOak t (866)858-2121, hires. Call (866)
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fants, children & mater- For Sale: Windows 3040
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6110 Apartments
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6150 Roommate Wanted
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complex close to shopp-
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mo.+$750 dd. Available
Nov. 1st. 683-3939

Office/ Spa building for
Lease 1000sf. 101
Duggan Ave. (Next to
Eglin FCU) Call
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6110

1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- .2br, 1iba,
quiet, gated, No pets
$575mo/ $550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-6985

Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.'
Crestview, FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
711. Equal Housing Op-
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Crestview I & II
Apartments
Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 & 2 BR HC &
non'-HC accessible apart-
ments for the elderly and
the disabled. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
Call 850-682-5149,
TDD/TTY 711. 1450
Coremo Drive, Crest-
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Opportunity.

Crestview Inn
Motel $35d $165 'wk,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4
wk Call 682-4466

Crestview Nice 1 & 2
bd Apartments. $500. -
$550. mo. +dd some
utility's, no pets.1 yr
lease. 978-8274

Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non HC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563 ,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity




FWB- 1.5 br, 1 ba,
$675/mo + $675 dep.
No petsl 850 398-5757
or 420-1517




Crestview-' 2br, 1.5ba,
all appls., W/D hkups,
off street parking. $550
mo+dd. 217-7344

Crestvlew-'103 Ham-
pton 2 br, 1.5 ba, Out-
side storage & open pa-
tio. $560 mo + sd
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Coldwell Banker United 'r''"i 1635sf. 3 yrs old. $995
Realtors 117 Courthouse 2/1 Duplex mo+dd. Sm pet ok. 850
Terrace, Crestview, FI freshly painted, $600 244-3131. Avail 11/17
32536 (850) 689-1515 mo, $600 DD, pets ok
or (850) 682-5922-EHO with additional deposit, Move-h ROOM
0307 Walnut Ave, 1 br, 682-7731 Mon-Fri
ba, 700Cresview Very Clean
1be, 700sf, $425 Ilnte- brick 3 br, 2 ba, garage,
rior Unit triplex W/ incl. $875 mo +
* 305 Walnut Ave 2br Crestview- 232 South dd. Call 699-3833
1 bo, 900sf, $500 end Springs, close to down-
unit Triplex town, 3 br, 1 ba, CH&A C'view- Rick Epperson
0 309 Walnut Ave 2br Formal dining, 2 screen- ReaItyLLC 850 865-7777
1 ba 900sf, $500'enj ed porches $600 mo + 4 br, 2 ba 2 cg brick
unit triplex135 South Wilson, home $900 mo+sd.
n 228 Runnymeade Dr convenient location, 2 br 3 br, 2 ba 2 cg brick
2br, 1.5ba 930sf$57 1 ba, all new carpet, home $900 mo+sd.
2 Month's Rent Free575 fenced yard -$400 + 3 br, 1 ba fenced yard
* 230 Runnymeade Dr $450 sd. 850 682-8483 $750 mo+ sd
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $575 or 865-3421 Holt Home for Rent/
V2 Month's Rent Free __Sale, Owner Financing.
* 130 Patton St 2br,lba Newly Refurbished, 4br,
900sf $625 no pets al- Crestview 3 br, 1 ba, 3.5ba, 2 cg, Large Eat-in
lowed CH&A w/d hkups, $625 Kitchen w/ bar. All
7 6106 Magnolia Lane mo+ $600 dd. No pets/ Appls, Large Laundry &
3br,* 6106 M.5ba 026f $695- Smoking 803-7096 walk in Pantry. M.Br, gar-
3br,1.5ba 1026sf $695- den tub, walk-in closet. ,
1 month's rent free 2 porches & deck. 1
* 139 Beacon's Bend acre. On -Cooper Lane.
2br, 1ba 804sf $700 Crestview $900 mo 537-4094,
Pets with approval 3/1 Duplex 902-3660 758-7361
* 8146 8th' Ave 3br,2ba New carpet / freshly Holt -New Handi-
1355sf $750 Laurel Hill painted, $700 mo, $700 capped Friendly. home.
* 440 Apple Dr 3br, DD, pets OK with addi- For Rent 2br, 2ba w/
2bo 1094sf $725 New tional deposit, 682-7731 Stainless Applsm with
Paint Mon-Fri W/D hookups. Walk-in
* 118 Palmetto Dr 4br, __closet in M.Br. Lots of
2ba 1927sf $800 pets Storage. Carport for
with approval Crestview 3b 2ba gar- auto. On Cooper Ln.
* 210 Feldon Dr 3br, age CH/A. 1872 Aplin $690/mo 537-4094,
2ba 1156sf $800 Pets Rd. $800. mo +dd. No 902-3660,758-7361
with approval pets 1 yr. lease.
.0 152 Sawying Pines CT 978-8274
3br, 2.5ba 1309sf -__
$800 End Unit
02904 Orchidcrest Dr. Crestview 3bd 1 1/2 ba, Janet Johnson
4br, 2ba, 1600sf, $825 1/2 acre fenced back Realty, Inc.
1 months free rent yard. 5359 Cox Ln. .
* 118 Campbell Dr 3br, $650 'mo + $650. dd Equal Housing
2ba 1207sf $850 pets NO PETS. 978-8274 Opportunity
with approval 682-1800
* 5720 Reinke Dr 3br,
2ba 1253sf $850 pets Crestview 3bd 1 1/2 Baker
with approval ba. car port, utility room. 0 5804 Buck Ward Rd -
* 50 Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba 155 Woodlawn Dr. N if 3 br, 2 ba; $850
1165sf $825 1 months 00 on de85p. 689-05. m209 + 1112 Countryiving Rd
free rent to military p. 689-0209 3 br, 2 ba; $950
* 2861 Airport Rd 4br, Crestview
1.5ba 1786 $850 Pets 0 114 Hampton Dr
with approval Crestview 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
* 5984 Creekside Cir 3br 2ba Ic 3089 Cosson Circle -
3br, 2ba 1465sf $895 On quiet cul-de-sac, all 3 br, 2 ba; $595
pets with approval electric, only 3 years 0 216 Virginia St -
* 238 Tiffot Ct 3br,2ba old. 1 year lease. 2 br, 1.5 be; $600
1620sf $899 I1st $850/mo + $850 DO. 0 602 Henderson St
month's rent free Pets OK w/add'I de- 2 br, 1 ba; $625
* 324 Lakeview Dr 3br, posit. Call 682-7731, 315 Brackin St
2ba 1088sf, $900 All M-F. 3 br, 2 ba; $650
appliances included 0 202 Virginia St -
0 4815 Summer Creek 2 br, 1.5 ba; $650
Cove 4br, 2ba 1794sf Crestview 3br, 1 ba, 0 206 Virginia St
$995 privacy fenced gar, large fenced yard 2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
backyard on quiet cul-de-sac. 0 1090-A Farmer St,-
* 2834 Atoka Trail' 4br, $750/mo + $700 dd. 2 br, 1 be, $675
2ba 1953sf. $995 1 Pets considered. 255 6018 Sand Hill Rd
months rent free to mili- Edgewood PI. 259-7277 3 br, I ba; $725
tary ______"_ 107 Corwin Dr -
* 507 White Oak Lane 2 br,'2.5 ba; $750
4br, 2ba 1850sf $995 Crestview 0 5292 Opportunity Dr -
First Months Rent Free 3br/2ba/lcg & work- 3 br, 2 ba; $795
* 1305 Jefferyscot Ct shop, Hardwood & tile 0 106 Corwin Dr -
3br, 2ba 1613sf $1000 floors, Nice Yard! No 2 br, 2.5 ba; $800
pets allowed Pets! No Smoking close 0 134 Swaytg Pine Ct -
* 5121 Whitehurst lane to choools. 3 br, 2.5 ba; $825
4br, 2ba 1836sf $1000 $750.mo/$750.dd- 6247 Winstead Rd-
- all appliances included 585-1574 3 br, 2 ba; $825
* 1235 Gabrielle Drive 5682 Reinke Dr -
3br, 2bo 1758sf $1125 4 br, 3 ba, $850
- Large Fenced in back 421 Juniper Dr-
yard TO Y 3 br, 2.ba; $995
* 2716 Paddock Cir NE 0 1746 Pearl St N-
4br, 2ba 2097sf $1195 3 br, 2 ba; $1000
1 months rent free rent Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba, 2704 Ashley Maria Ct
plus an additional 5% 2 cg, off Hwy 90. Lg 3 br, 2 ba; $1250
discount on monthly rent fenced back yd, $1100 4124 Big Buck Trail
to military mo.+dd. 850-830-5854 3 br, 2 ba, $1250
* 248 Limestone Cir Laurel Hill
3br, 4ba 1866sf $1200 3329 Berrywood Trail
- no pets allowed A 3 br, 2 ba, $600
* 228 Riverchase Blvd N Tll O I 3650 Okaloo Ln
4br, 2ba 2555sf $1195 HC- 6 br, 3 ba; $900
- First Month's Rent Free
* 5262 Clint Mason Rd Crestview- 4br, 2ba
3br, 2.5ba 1878sf w/ bonus room. Large
$1400 pets with ap-Fenced Backyard $875 M tch
proval pf ap-mo+$800dd. 689-1285
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546-1192 Navarre- tracts now available! Re-
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needed 656 McClelland separate living & dining 699-2741 or (866)
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682-6156
* 2939 McCarty Ave,
$950, 3 br, 2 ba, lcg
* 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
* 139 Stephens Lane,
$850, 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC

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terfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
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Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.


NEWI roIAY

NEW HOMES
Quality, energy efficient,
and convenient. Special
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first-time home buyers.
Prices start at $89,000.
Some on a full acre lot.

MOTIVATED
SELLER
Wonderful country home.
Buy with only one acre,
or as many as 34 acres.
Near great hunting and
recreation, 14 miles
north of Baker.


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
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
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All Properties require a NEWLY
credit check, 1 yr lease, COMPLETED
no inside smoking. Pet home within walking dis-
fees are non- refundable. tance of Bob Sikes
Call Debra Frost School.$129,995.
682-6156 Mildred C.
Heaton
8 SRea Inc.
850-689-1334
850-582-3806

HEW riiAYV
|- 7150
North Crestview 4br
boarding house on quiet Holt 4 acres off
private acre, has 2 furn. Cooper Ln. $35,000.
rooms avail now for obo. 758-5587
working indivuals. $85/


wk. Incis Cable & util.
376-7676
Roommate to share
3br, 2ba, brick house
$450mo includes all utils
& cable. Call 689-8978



6170
Auburn area3br, 2ba,
Lg yard. Large .trailer. FP,
No smoke/pets. $550
mo. $575dd. 240-0890
Holt 2 bedroom/1
bath mobile home
fenced in backyard.
$500 month, dep & ref.
499-7412 / 537-8528
North Crestview, Crest-
view & Holt area. 2bd 2
ba, 3bd 1 ba, 3b 2ba.
$600. $850. mo plenty
to choose from call
546-1192


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


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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



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


NEW rTUAY

HUNTERS!
Great land for hunting! In
fact, enjoy the bounty
year yound! Call for the
great land locations,
some with nice homes,
ponds, and lakes!

3 Wooded Acres
5 minutes from town.
Will make three 1 acre
homesites or enjoy a
home on all three

24 ACRES
at corner of two county
roads. Modest home
needs repair but would
make great hunting camp
or temporary living
quarters. Adjoins Black-
water Forest 4 mi west of
Baker, 4 mi north of Holt!

Mildred C.
Heaton
Realty, Inc.
850-689-1334
850-582-3806



2008 Blow Out! Must
sell all discounted homes,
used homes, and foreclo-
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
3 Bedroom 2 Bath. Bad
Credit, no problem! Call
for details
850-682-4234


7190 1
Buy Lot Now, Build
when you Sell in FL.
Mountain Views/Pristine
Riverfront/ Clay County,
NC. Pre-developed incen-
tives end 11/29.
www.harrisonspotlight.com
Chip Manuel (888)
473-5253.
Country Acreage By
Owner 5 Acres, Beautiful
Mountaintop log cabin
site w/breathtaking
views, gently rolling
property, surrounded by
woods, 30mins. from
Cookeville, $29,900.
Owner financing
(931)445-3611
NC Mountains 2+ ac-
res with great view, very
private, big trees, water-
falls & large public lake
nearby, $49,500 Bank
financing. (866)
789-8535.
North Carolina Moun-
tains Handyman special
bordering U.S.F.S. paved
dr., well, septic, sin-
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Lake Nantahala, borders
paved road. Only
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Mazda Miata
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

Mitsubishi Eclipse Spi-
der '04 Convertible, au-
tomatic, nice car, low mi-
les, $9,850. 682-5019
Police Impounds for
Sale! 97 Honda Accord
$4001 95 Acura Integra
$600!! for listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext
9271.




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




1997 Chevy S-10
4X4, V-6, Auto, Custom-
ized by Centurion,
Loaded, wraparound
chrome brushguard
$4900. Call 689-0419




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


NEW TrOODAY
Dodge Van 1987 with
wheel chair lift. 31k mile
$6800. Free motorized
wheelchair included.
682-2981 585-3771


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everybody in so
he can help you
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