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Today's edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin
was printed before this
week's Crestview and
Laurel Hill city council
meetings because of the
Thanksgiving holiday.
'Visit www.crestview-
bulletin.com for updates
on the council meetings.
Happy Thanksgiving!



INSIDE


Northwood
holds Turkey
Trot A2


Crestview teen
offers concert

A3


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BASt REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE


SOT. DANIEL LOVE I Photo Courtesi oft iUS.Arns
ON THE MOVE: Master Sgt. Brendan O'Connor, formerly a senior medic with 2nd Battalion,
71h Special Forces Group Operational Detachment Alpha, was awarded rhe Distinguished
Service Cross during a ceremony at Bank Hall, Fort Bragg, N.C., this past spring. The 7th
Special Forces will relocate to Eglin Air Force Base starting in 2009.


What the BRAC Record of


Decision means to Crestview


John Parroti
Crichiew News Bulletin

EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE
- It now can be said with
absolute certainty the U.S.
.rmny 7th Special Forces will
be located just south of Crest-
view and slightly west of Duke
Field
In a Friday morning video-
teleconference trom her office
at the Pentagon, Deputy As-
sistant Secretary of the Air
Force Kathleen L. Ferguson
addressed local media repre-
sentatives about the final bed-
down decision to relocate the
Li S. Army 7th Special Forces
Group from Fort Bragg. N.C.,
to Eglin.
The Record of Decision
SRODi spelled out the imple-
mentation oat the 21105 Base
Realignment and Closure
iBRACi decision to transfer
the 7th Special Forces to Eg-


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the BRAC announcement?
Post your thoughts at
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lin. The decision was based
on several environmental
'considerations, including land
availability'.
Several alternatives were
explored, but in the end, the
Air Force and Army both
agreed Eglin would be the
best overall choice.
The announcement puts
an end to the wild specula-
tion that has circulated since
the BRAC decision back in
2005.
Beginning in early 2009 ad-
vance troops from Fort Bragg


will start arriving. Construc-
tion of new dormitories, main-
tenance sheds, warehouses,
and administrative and train-
ing complexes will commence
immediately.
What this means in actual
dollars and cents for Okaloosa
County communities: There
will be $382 million in new
construction beginning in
early 2009.
The 7th Special Forces
brings approximately 2,200 of-
ficers and non-commissioned
officers and enlisted person-
nel, along with another -1,000
family members.
Much of the conference
was devoted to the unresolved
questions and concerns about
the Joint Strike Fighter Wing.
which is being put together to
replace the 33rd Fighter Wing
on Eglin main.
According to Ferguson,
See BRAC A3


Zoning



proposal



unveiled

Most students
south of U.S. 90
would attend new
Shoal River Middle

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The new Shoal River Middle School
building continues to take shape on the
east side of Crestview, on schedule to
open at the beginning of the 2009-10
school year.
The Okaloosa County School Dis-
trict now is working to populate the
new building.
School district chief information offi-
cer JC Connor recently unveiled a zon-
ing plan developed using Davis Demo-
graphics GIS software and with input
from the current Davidson and Rich-
bourg middle school administrations.
The proposed Shoal River Middle
School zone would primarily cover all
areas south of U.S. Highway 90, with
the exception of the area east of the
Shoal River. Students north of U.S.
Highway 90 and/or east of the Shoal
River would attend Davidson Middle
School.
"We have to stop thinking of this
as rezoning Richbourg," Connor said.
"Richbourg will be closing. This is zon-
ing for a brand new school.
"The next thing we need to say is, in
the past, we had two schools less than
a mile apart. Now we have two schools
in different parts of the city, so the zon-
ing becomes much easier."
The district held a public hearing
recently to unveil the proposed zoning
for the new middle school and receive
public comments.
"We were pleasantly surprised at
the responses from parents," said lo-
cal school board representative Cathy
Thigpen. "We had the map available for
parents, and we had some comment
cards that were very positive about the
presentation JC did."
Thigpen addressed some of the
questions brought up at the public
hearing:
Davidson and Richbourg cur-
rently offer different courses based on
student interest and space availabil-
ity Thigpen said student interest and
space availability would continue to
drive course offerings.
Thigpen said students can ask for
a zoning waiver. The waivers will be
approved as space permits.
The district committee will ask per-
mission on the Dec. 8 agenda for the
School Board to hold a public hearing
for the adoption of the proposed Shoal
River zone. If approved, the public
hearing will be scheduled for Jan. 26,
2009.
Thigpen said parents should con-
tact their child's principal if they have
questions about the zoning proposal.
"The biggest thing people should
know is their kids are going to get the
same quality education they've always
gotten," Thigpen said. "No matter
where you go, you've got two 'A-plus'
schools."
Connor said a similar zoning pro-
cess will not be needed for the closing
of Southside Elementary and the open-
ing of Riverside Elementary. The geo-
graphic boundaries for the Southside
district will become the boundaries for
the Riverside district.


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STurkey Trot a Northwood tradition


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
BACK TO SCHOOL: Superintendent of Schools Dr. Alexis
Tibbetts guides children in this Antioch third grade.


Community leaders go


back to the classroom


School officials teach at Antioch


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Whenthesuperintendentof
the Okaloosa School District,
Dr. Alexis Tibbetts, joined the
cadre of community profes-
sionals at the recent Leaders
for Readers program, she told
students at Walker Elemen-
tary School, "I don't get to be
in the classroom as much as
I'd like anymore."
Thursday morning, the
former teacher took care of
that deficiency.
Tibbetts and the north
county's school board repre-
sentative, Cathy Thigpen, a
former school speech thera-
pist, settled into third-grade
classrooms at Antioch Ele-
mentary School and got back
to basics.
Thigpen conducted get-ac-
quainted exercises in Amanda
Tolbert's room. Tibbetts was
Sin Kristina Clark's adjoining
room doing "stuffed turkeys"
math problems.
"This is very, very hard
math," she explained, but
proudly added, "These boys
and girls are doing real


good. We're already halfway
through it!"
- The kids were solving
.analytical problems involving
eight guests at a Thanksgiving
dinner. Division, for example,
came into play when the kids
learned that half of the guests
didn't eat cranberry sauce
with their dinner. (That's four
guests, incidentally.)
Meanwhile in the class-
room next door, Thigpen
had opened up discussion, so
the kids could question, her.
In short order they learned
that chocolate was her favor-
ite food. Her favorite color
ranged from pink to purple to
red and ultimately to brown
as she got older. Football was
her favorite sport, a good an-
swer considering her son Jo-
seph was a star player for the
Bulldogs.
And her "favorite child-
hood thing"?
"Riding my bicycle," she
answered immediately.
Schools: Send photos of
your American Education
Week activities to kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com.


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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
AND THEY'RE OFF: Northwood students take off from the starting line for the one-mile Turkey Trot.


TOP THREE: Northwood third-grader Vincente Earl earned a blue ribbon.for his first-
place finish in the mile run. Jeffery Homan and Devin Stiles tied for second place
in the race.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Northwood.. Elementary
students participated in the
21st annual Turkey Trot mile
run this past Friday on their
last day of school before the
Thanksgiving break.
The. run is part of the
Presidential Physical Fit-
ness Program students have
trained for, according to
Physical Education teacher
Josh Delpozo. It is also a
Northwood tradition Delpozo
remembers from his elemen-
tary days at the school and
one he has worked to con-
tinue.
See an online photo gal-
lery from the Turkey, Trot
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


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ALL IN THE FAMILY: Kileigh Whited placed, first in the
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place in the boys fifth-grade race.


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Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


PETE COLCLASURE I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
CAROLS FOR A CAUSE: PianistJordan Colclasure will perform the firs; full-fledged
concert in the Crestview Community Center. The program of Christmas music will
benefit the high school band. Tickets begin at $10.


Christmas keyboard concert

will benefit Big Red Machine


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Crestview High School
junior Jordan Colclasure
has entertained patrons
dining at the Uptown Caf6
and the Coach 'n' Four
Steakhouse. He's playedhis
keyboard for middle and el-
ementary school kids, and
he's performed at Relay
For Life events around the
county.
Next month, he'll tickle
the ivories in a fund-raiser
Christmas concert at the
Crestview Community Cen-
terbenefiting the Crestview


High School band.
"This will be the first full
fledged concert ever per-
formed at the new facility,
and for this event nothing
will be held back," promised
Jordan's dad and number
one fan, Pete Colclasure.
Backed by a band of lo-
cal musicians, Jordan's
playlist will include holiday
favorites such as the Ea-
gles' "Please Come Home
for Christmas," Alabama's
"Christmas in Dixie," and
Dan Fogelberg's "Same
Auld Lang Syne."
Colclasure said Jordan
has been working since the


summer on some new orig-
inal Christmas tunes for
the concert, including the
first public performances
of "Christmas Tradition,"
'"As Snow Starts to Fall"
and "Mistletoe Land."
Unable to find sheet mu-
sic for a tune he wanted to
share with his concert au-
dience, Jordan transcribed
by ear Ray Stevens' "Santa
Claus is Watching You," the
theme to the movie "Nation-
al Lampoon's Christmas Va-
cation."
Tickets for the Dec. 18
Christmas concert, begin
at $10.


JORDAN COLCLASURE'S CHS BAND BENEFIT CHRISTMAS CONCERT
Join pianist Jordan Coldlasure for a concert of holiday music and support the Big Red
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Check It OUT


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian


For those of you who take advantage of re-
questing books via our on-line catalog, please
be aware that the courier is not running this
week It also will not run Dec. 22 through Jan. 2.
The library will be closed Thursday and Fri-
day Enjoy Thanksgiving with your family and
friends!

PROGRAMS
Christmas is coming! Wear Christmasy
colors (if you'd like) and come to Lap Sit
on Tuesday. Stories, songs, and finger-plays
designed for children under the age of 3 and
their caregiver begin at 10:15 a.m. and again
at 10:45 a.m.
Dec. 3 and 4 (choose which day works
best for you), we'll "Wrap It Up!" Children
ages 3 and up, dress for Christmas (if you'd
like) and come to Story Time for stories
and songs! Make an ornament for your tree!
Sign-in begins at 10 a.m. and Story Time
begins at 10:15 a.m.

STAFF PICKS
"The Seeing Stone" by Tony DiTerlizzi
(J Fie DiT). The second Spiderwick Chron-
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- In which several things are taken, includ-
ing a test In which Mallory finally gets to
put her rapier to good use In which Jared
and Mallory find many things, but not what


they are looking for In which the fate of the
missing cat is discovered In which Jared is
forced to make a difficult choice In which
Simon outdoes himself and finds an extraor-
dinary pet.
"Lucinda's Secret." The third Spider-
wick Chronicle: In which many things are
turned inside out In which many people
are mad In which stories are told and a
theft is discovered In which the Grace chil-
dren look for a friend In which there are
many riddles and few answers In which
Jared fulfills the Phooka's prediction In
which Jared is finally pleased to have a twin.

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there are several hurdles
that must be overcome be-
fore the first Joint Strike
Fighters alight at Eglin.
"Our objective is to bed
down 113 Joint Strike Fight-
ers on Eglin, and we have
heard from the communities
surrounding Eglin, and we
are just as concerned about
safety and noise as are com-
munity leaders," Ferguson
said.
"And we are taking a de-
liberate, measured and inte-
grated approach to resolve


questions about this aircraft
and the environmental is-
sues surrounding it."
Ferguson also said the
BRAC Joint Strike Fighter
ROD should occur some-
time in early 2009. The deci-
sion will enable about $250
million in new construction
to begin, and will enable the
first delivery of the F-35 Joint
Strike Fighter.
She also said the Air
Force is conducting further
studies of options such as
new runways, reorientation


of existing runways, and al-
ternatives that would extend
runway 19 (which is in the
glide path over the city of
Valparaiso, where concerns
about noise have been ex-
pressed).
"Some additional ideas
we are putting in as we
move forward are adding
instrument landing instru-
ments in some adjacent and
surrounding air fields," said
Ferguson. "This would de-
crease flights directly over
Valparaiso."


Arts CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Ceramics: Creation and Celebration
Dec. 2, First Tuesday Lecture featuring
artist Mercedes Rodgers, 10:30 11:30 a.m.
at the Bob Sikes Crestview Public Library.
Call (850) 682-4432 for information.

Okaloosa Chamber Singers
Christmas Concert
This eagerly anticipated holiday event will'
feature the music of Bach with orchestral


accompaniment, and carols for choir and au-
dience. Admission by donation; 'Dec. 5, 7:30
p.m., First United Methodist Church in Fort
Walton Beach; Dec. 7, 3 p.m., First United
Methodist Church in DeFoniak Springs. Call
director Dr. Marilyn Overturf at (850) 682-
9651 for information.

Madrigal Singers and Bella Voci
Christmas Concert
Gourmet dessert and stunning voices
combine in a delightful evening of sweet hol-
iday music at Northwest Florida State Col-
lege. Dec. 5, 7:30 p.m., tickets: $20.


Habit-forming humor at NWFSC


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Since they first appeared Off Broadway a
quarter century ago, the Little Sisters of Hobo-
ken have been delighting audiences of all faiths
with "the humor of the nun" in Dan Goggins'
rollicking musical comedy "Nunsense."
Now the sisters are on their way to the Mat-
tie Kelly Performing Arts Center at Northwest
Florida State College for the 25th anniversary
production of the hit show. As their mother
superior and head of the convent's Mount St.
Helen's Academy, TV star Sally Struthers dons
the wimple and specs.
Everybody, pile in the church bus and head
down to NWFSC for the Thursday, Dec. 4, per-
formance of "Nunsense." The curtain rises at
7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 each and on sale at the
box office, (850) 729-6000. Visit www.mattiekel-
lyartscenterorg for more details and to see a
video clip of Struthers' performance.


SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
"MOTHER NUMBER ONE": Sally Struthers,
loved as "Gloria" on TV's "All in the
Family," stars as Mother Superior in the
musical-comedy "Nunsense," now in its
25th year.


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Richbourg Middle School well into 40th
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


Preparing a new school for occupancy
while maintaining the high standards of a
school about to close are among the chal-
lenges confronting Richbourg Middle
School Principal Bob Jones this year.
"The big thing is this is our last year,"
Jones said. "We are celebrating our 40th an-
niversary and final year. As the year moves
on we'll be doing things to commemorate
that."
Among the commemorative activities,
the school yearbook is planning a special
edition that will include pictures and ar-
ticles from the first-year yearbook.
"Some local people who are prominent
citizens were students then," Jones said.
"This spring we'll have a big celebration /-
and will invite the community"
Jones said the end of the Richbourg era BR
and the introduction of the Shoal River Mid-
dle School era is both happy and sad at the Richbourg M
same time. jones reviews
First there is the rest of the present
school year to concentrate on. Independent
"We're excited about the things we're daily literacy
doing here," Jones said. teachers and:
He cited tremendous strides in pro- students ever
grams, including the CHOICE career in- keeps our stu
stitute. Richbourg students already are The kids c
thinking about their professional futures by venture story
taking courses such as in- t,
production to construction, FROM THE
introduction to aerospace,
three levels of information PRINCIPAL'S
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volved and get them to be-
gin learning about career choices," Jones
explained.
Richbourg's BIRD program Building


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iddle School principal bob
s plans for shoal river.
Readers Daily a 30-minute
program, "is going great. The
I go in classrooms and read to
ry day," Jones said. "It really
dents involved."
currently are reading an ad-
' that takes place in the Dis-
ney World theme park. A
Richbourg teacher's brother
who works at Disney World
sent maps of the park "so
the students can actually fol-
low along and see where the
action is taking place in the
complex," Jones said.
ally committed and our teach-
mitted," Jones said proudly.
es literacy instruction at all


- and final year


levels, including our struggling readers.
Everybody gets instruction."
The school's Building Blocks pro,.
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Florida, with its teachers Cindy King and
Doralyn Chalupka both recognized at
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tion. '
Richbourg's classrooms also can stay
focused on learning due to a decrease inr
discipline problems, Jones said. -
"The teachers are doing a great job of
maintaining their classrooms so a lot more
teaching's going on," he said. "We're proud
of the way the teachers have stepped up.
Students are learning more. There isn't
as much distraction in the classroom. The
teachers are working real hard."
The new Shoal River Middle School tak-
ing shape off Okaloosa Lane also keeps
Jones busy.
"It's taking up more and more of our time
and energy. Walls are being painted, cabj-
nets are going in, progress is being madei't
Jones said. "We're spending a lot of time
there, making decisions on furniture and
room layouts. That's adding to the overall
burden of things we have to do, but it's kind
of a fun thing, too."
With some current Richbourg kids to.
be zoned for Davidson Middle School and
some current Davidson kids being zoned
for Shoal River, "it will be a new school at-.
rangement next year," Jones said.
"We're looking at our schools being the
best middle schools in the county," he add-
ed. "We're going to be working through this
year to make the transition to Shoal River,
to be as smooth as possible for our students
and their parents."
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There are times after a vote has been
taken in City Council that a member of
the public will approach me and say,
"Thanks for voting the
way you did," or, "What
the (expletive deleted)
did you vote that way
for?"
I have always been
of the opinion that I was
put in office by a major-
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having been elected to
BOB ALLEN represent the citizens
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my votes should reflect the thinking of
my constituency. Thus it is that I always
answer my telephone, or stop and listen
when approached, or even read my e-
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who correspond with me will have a dif-
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the job becomes more difficult, and as
the joke goes, "This is why you get the
big bucks!" At times I find myself hav-
ing to dismiss the opinions of others in
order to exercise my best judgment.
This is where the job becomes a chal-
lenge.
Some people have suggested that re-
ligion comes into my thinking, and I can-
not deny that as a believer this may be
the case, although I do not consciously
base my vote on religion.
I have not been accused of having
a personal "agenda," and I hope that I
have an "open mind" on every subject.
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near and dear to them comes up for con-
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O inion

Oi~lnlon


Wednesday, NOVEMBER 26, 2008


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

Topic: Twin Hills drowning victim identified as Cal-
vin C. Morris
I knew Calvin and I hope his family gets through it. It's
not easy to lose such a great and respectable guy like Cal-
vin. He will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him.

Topic: Letters to the Editor express different views
on the North Okaloosa Fire District's funding needs.
Yes, the voters have spoken. Voters will always vote
against a tax increase, even though this was a referendum
for charter change and not the 'tax increase' (some) tactics
scared people into believing it was. The same voters also
voted to discriminate against our homosexual neighbors
and to make a witless, inexperienced demagogue vice pres-
ident. Because 'the voters have spoken' doesn't make them
right, especially in this case. Remember, voters also said
black people shouldn't be citizens and women shouldn't
vote. Mob rule is distasteful, and even worse when it threat-
ens the safety of the people it thoughtlessly affects.

(One suggestion) was for the city of Crestview to provide
coverage for a price. Do you really think that price is going
to be so much cheaper than what the NOFD has asked for?
As for Holt or Baker or any other department in the county
to provide coverage, I'm sure there would be a nice price
tag on it for them as well.

An increase from 6,000 to 12,000 parcels should mean
double the income, plus the (fire tax) rate has tripled from
1998 to 2008, so I would say the income has increased more
than the workload.

If the county took over fire protection for the (Bob Sikes)
airport where do you think they will get that money from to
pay the firefighters? The answer is the taxpayer. So now I
pay two separate fire taxes, one for my home and the sec-
ond for the Bob Sikes Airport.

Quit complaining and just do your job. I thought I was
getting a raise this year but turns out I would rather just
keep my job. No one made you go into that career field.

'I'm mad. I'm taking my ball and going home.' I'm not
sure that this is any better than, 'The voters are too stupid
to understand what we're trying to tell them.'

Is no one listening? This is not about pay raises. It is
about the safety of my children and family. I would really
like to see who starts screaming first when the funding
causes a family member to lose (his or her) life.

It appeared to me that (the NOFD) refused to consider
any ideas submitted by me or other people in the audi-
ence. They essentially said, 'we'll show you, taxpayer, we'll
continue to borrow money and do all the things we've been
doing, while cutting the capability to do the one thing we're
required by statute to do.' I no longer wonder why the
NOFD is in deep financial trouble.

NOFD faces a shortage of funds and though it has pared
its budgets to the bone, supplementing it with grants that
will soon expire, they simply need more money. The district
has grown but funding has not kept pace. Aging equipment
and underpaid firefighters do not make for the healthy fire-
fighting force we and our new neighbors need. It's 'wake
up and smell the coffee and yank your head from the sand'
time.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"There is one day that is ours. There is
one day when all we Americans who are
not self-made go back to the old home to
eat saleratus biscuits and marvel how
much nearer to the porch the old pump
looks than it used to. Thanksgiving Day
is the one day that is purely American."

0. HENRY
(1862-1910)
Nom de plume for William Sydney Porter
American writer and humorist



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about the residents of the Crestview and North Okaloosa
County. A cornerstone of the Crestview News Bulletin, a
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whole or part without the permission of the publisher.


PASSING SHOTS


A local turkey would have much to be thankful for


I was taking a country
walk with my wife and son
when we encountered a tur-
key in the dirt roadway.
"Get out of here, you silly
turkey," I called, hop-
ing to scare the bird
out of the way.
To my surprise, the
turkey gobbled back.
"Why would want
to I move?" he asked.
"This is a great place
to be." KYLE
I did a double take. (850)
"You can talk?" I
asked.
"I'm a brainy bird," the
turkey replied.
"I hope you are smart
enough to realize turkey
hunting season starts Thurs-
day," I answered. "And there
is, shall we say, an appetite
for birds like you at this time
of year."
The turkey assured me
he would be in his secret hid-
ing place in Holmes County
(where there is no fall turkey
season) by Thanksgiving Day,
but he first wanted to spend
as much time as possible
enjoying all north Okaloosa
County had to, offer.


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I asked for examples. And
the turkey offered some tasty
giblets.
"If you aren't moving for-
ward, you're moving back-
ward, and this area
definitely is moving
forward," he began.
"We all know the
population is getting
bigger, and will only
get bigger with the
expected influx of
fRIGHT military personnel in
82-6524 the next few years.
This can only mean
more opportunities to move
forward. There is a reason
the Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce- is growing by
leaps and bounds.
"Then there are the
schools. The little gobblers
in the area enjoy some of the
best schools in the nation.
The Qkaloosa County School
District was recognized as an
A+' school district. Eight of
the 10 public schools in north
Okaloosa County were recog-
nized as A' schools."
My new feathered friend
provided some more tasty
morsels.
"There are so many kind


people who live here," he
said. "This holiday season
alone, people in this area
have started a new cold night


shelter pro-
gram for the
homeless, and
a Toys For
Tots program
specifically for
this area. The
Relay For Life
raised six fig-
ures for can-
cer research.
I could go on
and on."
The turkey


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concluded with some warm
words for the weather.
"You might think it's cold
when it gets down to about
30 degrees, but my friends
in places like Indiana are so
jealous," he said. "They have
to shake the snow off of their
feathers every morning. We
might have to scrape a little
frost off of our windshields ev-
ery now and then, but for the
most part this is the type of
place where every bird wants
to fly south for the winter."
We talked for a while lon-


I told him I was thankful
for my wonderful family and
for the wonderful people I
work with at the Crestview
News ,Bulle-
Tre you tin.
The tur-
tul for key said he
was having
g thiS cranberries
season?~ for Thanks-
giving dinner.
thoughts Hepickedthe
Seahawks
restview to beat the
Cowboys in
n.com the Thanks-


giving Day
football game.
"Gotta stick with the
birds," he said.
He then waddled off to his
undisclosed location, l ut said
he would be back to the area
as soon as he could.
"This is my home," he
said. "And there is so much to
be thankful for."

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


Letters to the EDITOR


Possible future tax
increase concerned
NOFD voters
I don't usually write let-
ters to newspapers com-
plaining about things since
my opinion is just as valid
as the next person's. How-
ever, I just read the two
lengthy letters in (the Nov.
19) edition of the News Bul-
letin concerning the NOFD
tax increase and would like
to offer my take on why it
failed to pass.
As I recall there were
two parts to the tax plan:
one, an immediate tax in-
crease of some amount, and
two, the authority to pos-
sibly raise taxes based on
some magical millage rate
in the future.
I read most of the infor-
mation the NOFD put out
concerning the need for the
increase. However, the rea-
son I think it failed was the


possible millage increase
in the future. It would have
been like writing the NOFD
a blank check for them to
spend as they saw fit with-
out any taxpayer oversight.
I don't know too many peo-
ple that will give anyone a
$400 blank check and say
spend it as you may.
I think the amendment
would have passed with the
initial increase if it had been
presented to the voters
without the possible future
village increase. If addi-
tional increases were need-
ed, the NOFD could have
come back to the voters and
requested additional money
when it was needed. If it
seemed reasonable, then
I'm sure the voters would
have considered it favor-
ably.
Don't know too much
about the management
of the NOFD, but if the
money-saving comments
the Citizens Against More


Taxes suggested are valid,
then they should be imple-
mented.
George Wallace
Crestview

Band boosts player
performance

In response to Randy
Dickson's column in the
Nov. 12 edition of the Crest-
view News Bulletin
Randy,
Just what planet did you
play football on? Have you by
chance ever heard one of the
Southeast's major college
coaches on their TV shows
mention that they appreciat-
ed the band, that they.knew
it helped his players, hearing
the band "kick in" encourag-
ing the team to do well?
As a former Crestview
High School Band Booster
President who followed the
Bulldogs all over the state
of Florida for many years, I


can vouch for the fapt that
the coaching staff and the
players were glad to see the
band show up, and they got
"pumped" when the band
started playing. There were
many away games that if
the band and band parents
had stayed home, the stands
would have seemed empty.
If you will pay a little clos-
er attention, you will see that
the visiting band plays loud-
est when we have the ball.
I guess your answer
would be to have canned
music over the intercom and
play just when it doesn't in-
terfere with "your" desire.
I think you need to visit
LSU, Alabama, Florida State
or The Swamp and listen to
the crowd roar ... I venture
to say that their fans would
eat you up if you asked them
to be quiet and tell the band
to play softly.
Get a life.
Richard Brannon
Crestview


News Bulletin staffers GIVE THANKS


Some Crestview News Bulletin explained why they are thankful this holiday season.

I am thankful for all my family, even if they embarrass me every day of the year.
Amanda Kosche / Graphic Artist

I am thankful for my family and my friends. In a world where so many bad things seem to overwhelm good ones, it's nice
to have people around you that you love and can count on.
Renee Bell / Community News

I am thankful for living in a country that gives us so many freedoms. I am also thankful for my family, health, job, and the
fact that people die every day to protect all of us.
Jason Mobley / General Manager

As News Bulletin Editor, I am thankful for the wonderful and able staff I work with every day. Outside the office, I am
thankful for good health, family and friends.
Kyle Wright / Editor

Why are you thankful this holiday season? Post your thoughts at www.crestviewbulletin.com


Meet the STAFF


Jason Mobley Kyle Wright
General Manager Editor
jasonm@ crestviewbulletin.com kylew@ crestviewbulletin.com


Brian Hughes John Parrott, Mililtary News
Reporter okpublishing@
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Greg Allen Randy Dickson
Production Manager Sports Editor
greg@crestviewbulletin.com randyd@crestviewbulletin.com


Melissa Tedder Amanda Kosche
Office Manager Graphic Artist
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Ann Spann
Photographer
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Randy Beard Jeremy Cadle
Sales Manager Account Executive
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News BRIEFS


Blackwater arson
reward increased
MILTON A reward of up to
$6,000 is now being offered to any-
one who provides information that
leads to the arrest and conviction of
a suspected arsonist who has been
setting fires in the Blackwater River
State Forest.
Romi White, a spokesperson
for the Florida Division of Forestry,
would not discuss a specific time-
frame, but said a series of five fires
were recently started. So far this
year, 38 fires have intentionally been
set, consuming more than 1,150
acres in the tri-county area.
"It's been ongoing for a while,
and the activity has escalated," she
added.
White is encouraging anyone
with information to contact Santa
Rosa County Crime Stoppers, which
is offering a reward of up to $1,000 in


addition to the $5,000 reward offered
in October by Florida's Forestry Ar-
son Alert, "no matter how insignifi-
cant they feel the information is."
ThefireshavebeensetnearHigh-
way 4 on the west side of Blackwater
River State Forest in the Munson
Community in northern Santa Rosa
County, according to a press release
from the Florida Department of Ag-
riculture & Consumer Services.
White said no homes or struc-
tures have been damaged to her
knowledge, nor have any injuries
been reported. However, "our con-
cern is that (fire) crews will be fight-
ing wildfires or preoccupied with
prescribed burns and will not be
able to respond as quickly" to the
intentionally set fires as they have
in the past.
Anyone with information can call
the Santa Rosa County Crime Stop-
pers at 437-STOP (7867) or go to
www.srccs.com. Callers may remain


anonymous.
Kimberly White / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

Man charged with killing
kittens with broom stick
BAKER A man was arrested
on a felony charge of animal abuse
after he killed two kittens by beating
them with an old broom stick
James Lee, of 2426 Johnson Road
in the Escambia Farms Community,
admitted to killing the two kittens
and said he would kill the others as
soon as they cam close enough to hit
with the stick, according to an Oka-
loosa County Sheriff's Office offense
report.
When deputies arrived at the
home, they found Lee's adult
daughter holding the only surviving
kitten. The report said Lee's daugh-
ter told deputies her father had not
been aggressive toward people or


animals before.
Lee approached deputies with a
long wooden yellow broom handle
on his shoulder and loudly asked,
'Are you looking for me?" With the
wooden handle still on his shoulder,
he indicated he planned to kill other
animals on his property.
The offense report stated Lee told
deputies the wooden handle is what
he uses any time something needs to
be "knocked in the head."
Deputies explained to Lee that
killing animals by beating them was
illegal, but Lee became loud and
adamant about continuing to kill the
cats.
Lee said the animals had notbeen
aggressive and he didn't call animal
control to have them removed. Ac-
cording to the report, he was tired
of the kittens trying to get inside his
home.
The report said Lee's daughter
told deputies he began beating the


kittens after they came into the home
when the back door was open.
Lee then took the deputies to a
burn pile where he'd placed the bod-
ies of the two kittens he'd killed. He
pointed to their mother, a stray, and
said as soon as he could get close
enough to her he was going to knock
her in the head, too.
Lee's daughter said the only rea-
son the third kitten survived was be-
cause she grabbed it to protect it. She
said the mother cat showed up on the
family's property about two years ago
and her mother had been feeding the
cat. Although the cat wasn't a proper
pet, the Lee family had been respon-
sible for the nourishment of the cat
and her kittens.
James Lee was arrested on Oct.
14 for causing cruel death, pain and
suffering to animals. He's scheduled
to appear in court Dec. 16.
Robbyn Brooks / Florida Free-
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Our local military mem-
bers don't just take care of
their own.
Fortunately for organiza-
tions such as Sharing and
Caring, they also take care
of our communities.
Friday after lunch, seven
teams made up of airmen
from Eglin Air Force Base
and Duke Field teed off in a
golf tournament at the Fox-
wood Country Club in Crest-
view that made a hole in one
for Sharing and Caring.
The local food bank ben-
efited from several huge
cartons of non-perishables
donated by the players,
along with a $35 per person
entry fee, according to-Mark
Seaman, who with Derek
Groeling helped organize
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A HOLE IN ONE: Sharing and Caring staffers were on hand to receive food donations
from players in a tournament at Foxwood Country Club on Friday. Front row, from
left, organizer Derek Groeling, Sharing and Caring representatives Madge Timmons,
Robin Marston, Phyllis Russ and Rita Marston. Back row, organizer Mark Seaman,
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News

& NOTES

Four local players
selected for All-Star
game
I Four area seniors have
been selected to participate
in the second annual
Pensacola Sports Association
High School All-Star-
Volleyball Game.
The game will be at
6 p.m. Saturday at the
University of West Florida
Fieldhouse.
Baker's Kali Flanders
along with Katlyn Free
of Laurel Hill and Dawn-
Holderfield and Erin Koester
of Crestview will represent
:he- East squad.
I Crestviev, coach Ashley
Miller will coach the East as
well.
Tickets are $6, and are
available at the Pensacola
Sports Association office
atd101 W. Main St. in
1 :.... .- r n Pensacola.
For more information
regarding the PSA High
S.,,:,,:.l All-Star Volleyball
: Gme, call (850) 434-2800
.or. jjoseph@pensacolasports.
East All Star Roster
:Baker Kali Flanders
Central Amber Barlow
Choctaw Megan Gorey
Crestview Dawn
S'-I.derfp.eld and Erin Koester
SFort Walton Beach Emily
Lyorly and Melissa Smith
Gulf Breeze Tobie Bass
arid Celia Eddy
Laurel Hill Katlyn Free
Milton Caleigh Dinkard
arid Kaitlyn Melendez
'Navarre -Julianne Haun
Niceville Cat Houston,
aidnae Holman, and Rachael
F'a:- Kristina Lewis

Basketball preview
Look for an area
basketball preview special
section in the Saturday
edition of the Creslview
News Bulletin. The section
will include information and
photos of the Crestview,
Baker, Laurel Hill, Davidson
and Richbourg boys and girls
teams.
Football tryouts
The Crestview
Thunderbirds semi-pro
football team will hold
tryouts from 3-5 p.m. Dec.
13 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 10OU-1 3U age groups
Dec. 13 at Destin Middle
School.
The 9-10U tryouts will be
from 10 a.m. to noon, 11-
1 2U from noon to 2 p.m.,
and 13U from 2-4 p.m.
If you have questions
e-mail them to northflorida
Bulls@yahoo.com or go to
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.
Sessions are Tuesdays and
Saturday at the Baker Sports
Complex.
Tuesday sessions will run
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Saturday
sessions are 24 p.m.
The camp is for players
ages 8 and up. Cost is $99.
For more information go
to www.ScottHemond.com.
Adventure Club
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591
or e-mail her at freklz1 00@
cox. net.


Exclusive


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The stories

behind Crestview's

record kicks

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Walter "Red" Barrow, Josh King and J.T.
Arnold are the only members of a very exclu-
sive club.
Each is the holder of a Crestview record
kick.
Barrow, now 77, had a 78-yard punt in a
game in 1949.
King's 50-yard field goal against Milton in
the 2002 Class 3A regional finals sent the game
to overtime.
And Arnold joined the club in Crestview's
regular season finale with a 60-yard free kick
field goal that gave the Bulldogs a 31-28 win
over Washington.
"I think football is an awesome game, and
any athletic team that kids are on makes for
great memories," Bulldog coach Matt Brunson
said. "I think these special kicks that are writ-
ten in the record books are things that will nev-
er be taken away from them."

The record punt
The years have been kind to Barrow, who
even with the passing of the years carries him-
self like an athlete and greets people with a
firm handshake.
He quickly admits that though he remem-
bers the kick, the exact game and the details of
the kickhave become a blur after almost six de-


C-. -


cades.
"I just don't remember
(who the punt was against)," he
said. "I talked to one of my old team
members that saw me make the kick,
and he doesn't remember, either."
What Barrow who played quarter-
back and linebacker along with this punt-
ing duties does remember is a great
Bulldog team coached by A.C. Koeninger.
Lewis McClendon was the kicking coach.
"We had some good boys, and we had a good
line," he said. "Bobby Campbell was the snap-
per, and I never got a bad snap from him at
quarterback or in a punting situation.
"We punted from 15 yards back, and I used
what they called a one-step punt if they were
rushing. I'd take two steps if they weren't rush-
ing."
In 1949, Crestview went undefeated and
outscored the opposition 239-9 while winning
the old Northwest Florida Conference Cham-
pionship at a time before football teams com-
peted for a state title.

The record field goal
It seems fitting that Barrow's grandson.
Chase Simmons, was a teammate of King
and the starting fullback the night of the 50-
yard field goal.
Crestview trailed Milton 24-14 with 5:30
left to play. The Bulldogs were down 24-21
when Brunson looked to King to tie the
game and send it to overtime with 10 sec- /
bonds left. L :


Special to the
News Bulletin
ABOVE: Walter
"Red" Barrow
shows the form
that helped him
kick a 78-yard
punt in 1949.


LEFT: Crestview
football punt
record holder
Walter "Red"
Barrow meets
CHS free kick
record holder J.T.
Arnold under the
goalposts at Jack
Foster Stadium.


Randy Dickson | Crestview NewsBulletin


Area football season comes to an end


CHS falls at Pace; Florida

High knocks out Baker

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
PACE The smoke from the pre-
game fireworks had yet to clear when
the Pace offense opened up with some
fireworks of its own,
Anthony Munoz hit Tyler Bousson
with a 68-yard touchdown pass on the
second play of the game to set the tone
of things to come in the Class 4A region
quarterfinal game between the Patri-
ots and Crestview last Friday.
When the final smoke had cleared,
the night clearly belonged to the Patri-
ots as they cruised to a 41-7 win.
By the end of the night, the Patriots
had piled up 407 yards in total offense
while holding the Bulldogs to 153 total
yards.
Crestview's only score came after


Ben Baber recovered a Munoz fumble
and returned it 40 yards to the Patriot
30.
It took Jordan Glover five plays, but
the senior tailback carried the ball the
distance for the touchdown. The score
came on a 14-yard run with 15 seconds
left in the first quarter.
The rest of the game belonged to
the Patriots.
The loss snapped a. four-winning
streak for the Bulldogs, who finished
the year 6-5.
"They did a great job and beat us
in every phase of the game," Crest-
view coach Matt Brunson said. "From
where we are, after we lost to Choctaw
and Mosley to win four straight and get
here is huge.

Tallahassee Florida High 34,
Baker 0
Baker football coach Bob Kellogg
said Friday night's Class 2B playoff
game with heavily favored Florida High


posed a David vs. Goliath scenario.
Unfortunately for Kellogg and the
Gators, Goliath was just too tough.
Florida High ended Baker's season
in the first round of the playoffs with a
34-0 victory. Baker closed out the sea-
son 6-5.
Baker was shut out for the first this
season. The Gators hadn't score less
than 14 points in any game.
According to the Tallahassee Demo-
crat, the Seminole defense allowed the
Gators only 42 yards in the first half
and only three first downs. The Gators
finished the game with 146 totals yards
and three turnovers.
Also according to the Tallahassee
Democrat, the Seminole offensive at-
tack was led by the legs of Jeremy
Brown, who carried the ball eight times
for 54 yards and three touchdowns.
"We got of to a good start," Florida
High head coach Jarrod Hickman told
the Tallahassee Democrat. "We came
out very well after having a week off.
We executed well on both sides of the
ball."


BLEACHERS


GIRLS
BASKETBALL
Choctawhat-
chee 38,
Crestview 30
The Bulldogs
took the early
lead Nov. 18
behind the play of
Monique Thurman,
who scored the
first four points of
the game.
Arquitia Jernigan
matched Thurman's
four points in a
Crestview double
team that gave the
Bulldogs an 8-6 lead
at the end of the first.
period.
Candice Green tried
to keep the Bulldogs close
as she scored six of her
team-high 10 points in the '
third quarter.
In what could best be
termed a typical first game,
the fourth quarter might have
been the ugliest period of
the night. The Indians turned
the ball over seven times in
the quarter, and the Bulldogs
returned the favor with four
turnovers of their own.
Despite the numerous
gifts, neither team was able
to pull away.
Cr 8 7 9 6 30
Ch 6 13 14 15 38
Crestview Arquitia
Jernigan 8, Monique
Thurman 4, Holly Stanford 1,
Jordan Thurman 7, Candice
Green 10. Totals 11 1 5-11
30
Navarre 47,
Baker 40
Kylie Casey scored 19
points and Lori Fletcher
chipped in 15 this past
Thursday to hold off Baker
and Alyssa Horn, who
poured in 27 points and
grabbed 10 rebounds.
B 7 8 12 13 40
N 17 10 13 7-47
Baker Alyssa Horn 27,
Carly Barton 3, Courtney
Fountain 2, Shanna Cobb 5,
Dani Mayhair 3. Totals: 28
0 12-25 40.
Rocky Bayou
Christian 51, Crestview
47
The Knights erased a two-
point fourth quarter deficit to
topple Crestview.
RB8 225 16 -51
C 168 13 10- 47
Cr6stview Monique
Thurman 14, Holly Stanford
10, Jordan Thurman 7,
Shaquan Scott 5, Anne
Applewhite 4, Jodi Montalvo
4, Candice Green 3,
Toteana Frazier 1. Totals: 15
2 10-27.
Bozeman 43, Laurel
Hill 39
Bozeman, playing the
final quarter and half with
just four players, held off
Laurel Hill.
The Bucks started with just
six players, but two fouled
out by the middle of the third
quarter.

GIRLS SOCCER
Choctawhatchee 8,
Crestview 0
The Indians topped the
Dawgs Thursday in the first
of back-to-back matchups

BOYS SOCCER
Niceville 4,
Crestview 1
lain Mowbray accounted
for Creslview's lone goal on
a penalty kick on Nov. 18.
Crestview 5, Pine
Forest 0
Danny Seymour scored
two goals and lain
Mowbray, Kenny Born and
Jay Morgan all scored
once apiece as the Dawgs
beat the Eagles last .
Thursday.


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Snorts


KICKS from page B1
his place in Crestview history.
"I remember it like it was yesterday,"
he said. "There were no timeouts left, we
were down by three and I actually thought
it was a 30-yard field goal at the time.
"We knew coach Brunson had to make
the call, but it seemed like took forever.
And then we were two men short, and
they had to hurry onto the field."
Crestview won the game in overtime
when Adam Phillips scored a touchdown
from a yard out on fourth down.
The kick wasn't a life-changing event
for King, who, along with his teammates,
quickly turned his attention to the state
semifinal game with St. Augustine.
King kicked two field goals in the 20-10
win at St. Augustine as the Bulldogs im-
proved to 13-0 before falling to Rockledge
in the championship game.

The record free kick
Of the three record kicks, Arnold's is the
rarest. It's safe to say the frep kick record
might stand as long as the Barrow punt.
Arnold admitted to not knowing any-
thing about the free kick rule until his
number was called against the Wildcats.
"At first I thought I was going to kick a
regular field goal, and I thought there was
no way I was going to make a 67-yard field
goal," he said. "Coach Brunson told me to
just put it on the tee and kick it.
"I was shocked. I thought I could get
it because kicking off I put it in the end
zone every once in a while. I just followed
through straight and put it through the up-
rights."
Arnold might have gotten a little
help from Barrow, who was listening to
the game on the radio from his home in


Special to the News Bulletin
The Stingers won the City of
Crestview U-12 soccer division
with an 11-0-1 record.
The Stingers offense was led
by Nichole Lefevre, Trent Sim-
mons and David Marshall. The
defense was led by Luke Taylor,
Mia Cook and Lee McLeod.
Nine Stinger players contrib-
uted to a team total of 45 goals.
Lefevre scored 14 goals, Sim-


CAME THROUGH IN THE CLUTCH: Josh King
set a school record with a 50-yard
field goal in the 2002 Region 1-3A
title game.
Crestview.
"I almost turned my recliner over try-
ing to get my foot up to kick it with him,
when he kicked it," Barrow said. "I was
thinking, 'Boy, if he kicks that, I'm going
to come out of the chair."'
And with that swing of his leg, Arnold
will be linked to Barrow and King for as
long as Crestview plays football.
Share more of your favorite CHS foot-
ball memories at www.crestviewbulle-
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mons 12 goals and Marshall 9
goals. Taylor scored the longest
goal.
The defense gave up only 12
goals for the season.
The team was coached by
Dan Taylor, Sherrill Taylor and
Darren Marshall..
Submit photos and informa-
tion from your child's fall sports
season to randyd@crestview-
bulletin.com.


CITY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:
Sitting, left to right, are
Izaiah Sapp, Saman-
tha Philipp, Catera Rut-
land, Allison Ammons
and Isaiah Harland.
Kneeling, left to right,
are Luke Taylor, Trent
Simmons, David Mar-
shall and Josh Carlton.
Standing, left to right,
are Darren Marshall,
Nichole Lefevre, Lee
McLeod, Mia Cook,
Sherrill Taylor and Dan
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pair of Baker defenders.

Season tipoff
The Baker and Laurel Hill girls tipped off the area basketball
season Nov. 17. The Gators defeated the Hoboes, 46-20.
See more game photos at www.crestviewbulletin.com


Stingers win city soccer

U-12 Division


CITY OF
CRESTVIEW
YOUTH
SPORTS
FOOTBALL
Pee Wee 1
Team W-L
Steelers 10-1
Bulldogs 9-3
Vikings 6-5
Buccaneers 3-9
Cowboys 0-12,Z
Pee Wee 2
Team W-L '
Vikings 10-1
Cowboys 8-4
Packers 8-4
Bulldogs 7-4
Buccaneers 5-5,.
Titans 2-10
Steelers 0-12
SOCCER
U8 RE
Team W-L-T
Tornados 9-1
Cosmos 6-4
Galaxy 4-5-1
Rangers 1-8-1 i
U8 BL
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Cyclones 100-00
Stingers 4-4-1
Wizards 2-6-2.
Hurricanes 0-8-1
U10
Team W-L-T
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Wednesday, November 26, 2008


Business


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


FU UNIVERSITY of


IFAS Extension


What did you

do today to

touch the life

of a child?
Jennifer Heady
.. Okaloosa County Extension
You know the old saying, "It takes a
village to raise a child"?
, -Well; research shows this is true.
Youth need to feel like they belong to
the community. They need to have op-
portunities for long-term, consistent
relationships with adults other than their
parents.
Seems like common sense, but it is
something our communities are some-
times lacking.
A sense of belonging includes:
Positive relationship with at least
one caring adult, .
An inclusive environment,
A safe environment.
Youth need to know they are cared
about and accepted by others. They also
need to experience a sense of physical
and emotional safety and to feel a sense
of connection to others in the group. Re-
search also suggests that a sense of be-
longing may be the single most powerful
positive ingredient we can add to the lives
of children. and youth.
So, what can you do to touch a child's
life? Give of your time and talents. Volun-
teer in youth programs such as 4-H, Boys
and Girls Clubs, local sports associations.
Show interest in youth that you know or
meet. Genuinely get to know them and
call them by name when you see them.
Parents, extended family, neighbors,
teachers, community leaders and other
caring adults who spend time with youth
can all provide positive, caring relation-
ships. They can help youth develop posi-
tively and avoid negative, risky behaviors.
You can start touching the lives of
youth by contacting the Okaloosa County
4-H Office. We have a variety of volunteer
opportunities such as organizing a 4-H
club, helping with, a 4-H club, being a
guest lecturer, judging 4-H contests and
chaperoning trips.
Jennifer Heady is the University of
Florida IFAS Okaloosa County Extension
contact for 4-H Youth Development.


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Mayor addresses local


young professionals


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin,
Crestview Mayor David Cadle
weaved together his observations on
leadership and his vision for the city's
future during his talk at the Crestview
Area Chamber of Commerce PILOT
young professionals committee meet-
ing this past Thursday at Mia's.
"You might need to change
your name," Cadle said, refer-
ring to the group's "Professional
Inspired Leaders of Tomorrow"
acronym. "You might need to
change 'Tomorrow' to 'Today'
"Don't be afraid of (a leader-
ship role). Jump right in there.
We need new blood and people DAV
not afraid to step up and make
things happen."
Cadle said his own views on leader-
ship shifted during his years as direc-
tor of the Crestview High School band.
He said his own leadership style got
quieter as the years went on. He also
found:
Good leaders might or might not
be born, but they can be developed.
Good leaders surround them-
selves with talented people and give
them the freedom to excel.
Good leaders help people with


different approaches see how to work
for a common goal.
"Good leaders might not do things
right, but they find the right things to
do," he said.
Cadle also talked about the goals
he has for the city of Crestview.
He said the current economic
slump took a toll, but did give the city a
chance to play catch-up and
prepare infrastructure for
the expected influx of mili-
tary personnel.
He also talked about the
potential for growth in other
areas.
"There are other entities,
schools and businesses look-
jID CADLE ing to come to Crestview,"
Cadle said following a ref-
erence to the proposed Florida A&M
University pharmacy school in down-
town Crestview. "We can make incen-
tives for businesses to come here and
make a difference for the city of Crest-
view."
The PILOT committee holds its
regular meetings on the third Thurs-
day of the month. The committee
is designed for area young profes-
sionals ages 21-41. Contact the
chamber at 682-3212 for more informa-
tion. '


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Classifieds


Wednesday, November 26, 2008


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,

vs.

TERRENCE B. KERR
A/K/A TERRENCE
BRUCE KERR et. al.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HERE BY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Foreclo-
sure dated November 6,
2008,and entered in
Case No. 2008 CA
181, of the Circuit Court
of the First Judicial Circuit
in and for Okaloosa
County, Florida, wherein
ACCREDITED HOME
LENDERS, INC., A CALI-
FORNIA CORPORA-
TION, is a Plaintiff and
TERRENCE B. KERR
A/K/A TERRENCE
BRUCE KERR; TAMI L.
KERR are the Defendants.
I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash
at Shalimar Courthouse
Annex, front door, 1250
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL. 32579, at 11:00am
on January 5, 2008, the
following described prop-
erty as set forth in said Fi-
nal Judgment,to wit:

Lot 34, Block 12, In
the revised 9th Addi-
tion to Elliots Point,
Fort Walton Beach,
Okaloosa County,
Florida, according to
the Plat recorded in
Plat Book 3, Page 7,
Public Records of
Okaloosa County,
Florida.

And that portion of
Block X, Revised 9th
Addition to Elliotts
Point, Fort Walton
Beach, Florida, ac-
cording to the Plat
filed in Plat Book 3,
Page 7, of the Public
Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida,
bounded on the
North by the West-
erly extension of
North side lot line of
Lot 34, Block 12, of
said Subdivision;
bounded on the East
by the rear lot line
of said Lot 34;
bounded on the
South by the West-
erly extension of the
South side lot line of
Lot 34; bounded on
the West by line CD
described as follows;
beginning at point C,
being the midpoint
of line drawn form
the Southeast corner
of Lot 22 In said
Block 12 to the
Southwest -corner of
Lot 39 In "6'9lB Block
12, thence Southerly
to Point D, being the
midpoint of the
North line of" Lot 31
is said Block 12,
subject to any drain-
age required by the
City of Fort Walton
Beach.

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
DON W. HOWARD As
Clerk of the Court
By: K Brown
As Deputy Clerk

Dated this 7 day of No-
vember, 2008.

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American with Disabili-
ties Act, person needing


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a reasonable accommo- address is 9119 Corpo- THE DECLARATION Don W.Howard number (850)651-7497, Ron's Appliance & Parts, Sears Fun Kart 6hp Business Opportunity
nation to participate in rate Lake Drive, Suite OF CONDOMINIUM Clerk of the Court prior to the proceeding. appliance repair, appli- Go Cart, 2 seater Excel- Seekersl! Help Others
the proceeding should, 300, Tampa, Florida RECORDED IN OFFI- ance parts 213 N. Main lent condition low hours. .while Helping Yourself.
no later than seven (7) 33634, and file the origi- CIAL RECORDS By: Beth McDonald 11/19/2008 Street, call 689-1007. $650. Trampoline Fire your boss. No buy-
days prior, contact the nal with this Court either NOOK 2704, PAGE As Deputy Clerk 11/26/2008 After hours 305-8515 $50. Call 682-3773 ing, No selling, Not a
Clerk of the Court's disa- before service on 2904, PAGE 2908, MLM!
ability coordinator at Plaintiff's attorney or im- PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEGAL # 120114 www.weathcome stoou.cor
8506517497, 1250 N mediately thereafter; oth- OK AL O O S A Florida Default Law or (800)242-0363 ext
EGLIN PKWY SUITE erwise a default will be COUNTY, FLORIDA, Group, RL. NOTICE OF SALE 4100 7576
A114, SHALIMAR FL, entered against you for TOGETHER WITH PO. Box 25018 3130 1Food Service/Hospitality
32579. if hearing im- the relief demanded in STORAGE UNIT 316. Tampa, Florida FEDERAL LIEN CORP Auctions! Saturday De-
paired, contact (TDD) the Complaint or petition. 33622-5018 will sell at Public Sale at cember 6th 10:00 A.M. Cracker Barrel of
8009558771 via Florida A/K/A 770 HARBOR NMNC-CONV-R-khartmaier Auction the following ve- 211 Acres Highway Crestview Now Hiring all 00
Relay System. WITNESS my hand and BOULEVARD #3A, -F08066886 hicles to satisfy lien pursu- 142, Selmer, Tenness6e. positions Nights Week-
seal of this Court on this DESTIN, FL 32541 ant to Chapter 713.585 1:00 P.M. 85 Acres ends EOE 682-8804 Ap- Office/ Spa building for
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. 18 day of November, IMPORTANT of the Florida Statutes on Harris Road, Crump, Ten- ply anytime. Lease 1000sf. 101
Attorneys for Plaintiff 2008 Any persons claim- In accordance with the Dec. 18, 2008 at 10:00 nessee. Free Brochure: Duggan Ave. (Next to
2901 Stirling Road, Suite ing an interest in the Americans with Disabili- A.M. (877)914-7653. Garner installation/Maint/Repair Eglin FCU) Call
300 Don W. Howard surplus form the ties Act, persons with dis- Auctions, Inc. Ken Gar- 621-0046
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Clerk of the Court sale, If any, other abilities needing special Lot#: A26063 2000 ner TN FIRM 4293. Offshore Work
33312 By: Beth McDonald than the property accommodation to partic- Mercedes 4DR VIN# www.gamerauctionsinc.com Get Certf. to work off
Telephone 3057704100 As Deputy Clerk owner as of the date ipate in this proceeding WDBNG70J6YA02316 shore Call 850 et r
Fax:3056532329 of the Lis Pendens should contact Court Ad- 1 Located at: Quality Im- Foreclosed Home Auc- shore Cal8506110
Florida Default Law must file a claim ministration at 101 James ports 1006 N. Beal Pkwy tion' Florida Statewide 217-1834/758-7921 L -- !10
11/19/08 Group, PL. within sixty (60) Lee Boulevard East, Crest- Ft. Walton Bch, FL 1000 Homes Must Be mo Free Rent!
11/26/08 RO. Box 25018 days after the sale. view, FL, 32536-3515; 32547 (850)863-2161 Sold! Free Cataog LogisticsTransportation Crestview- 2br 1ba,
Tampa, Florida telephone number (850) Owner: Thomas E. Whor- ( 8 0 0 ) 6 7 8 0 5 1 7 -tuiet, gated, No pets
33622-5018 WITNESS MY HAND 689-5000, Extension iskey 4471 Legendary USHomeAuction.com Driver Trainees $575mo/ $550dep, 12
NMNC-CONV-R-khartmaier and the seal of this Court 7497, prior to the pro- Dr. Destin FL 32541 Cus- G ntic 2-D Auction Needed No CDL? No mo lease req. 585-6985
Legal # 100431 -F08066886 on November 18, 2008. ceeding. or Shalimar tomer: Thomas E. Whor- Gigantic 2-Day Auction Problem Earn up to__ --
(850) 651-7497 iskey 180 Hunters Run Decembonomer A ma. $900wk. Home week- Cestview Bent Creek
IN THE CIRCUIT IMPORTANT Don W. HOWARD Rd. Honey Brook, PA Mon Tanodem & ends w/TMC. Company Apts II Vouchers Ac-
COURT OF THE FIRST In accordance with the Clerk of the Circuit Court IMPORTANT 19344 Lienholder: Trix Dumps, Roll Off endorsed CDL Training, cdpted. Rental assistance
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Americans with Disabili- By: Viki Jackson In accordance with the Wachovia Dealer Ser- Trucks, Trucks, Tractors 1-866-280-5309 -may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
AND FOR ties Act, persons with dis- Deputy Clerk Americans with Disabili- vices Inc PO Box Lowboys Crawler Load- HC & non-HC accessible
OKALOOSA abilities needing special ties Act, persons with dis- 168048 Irving Tx 75016 ers & Tractors, Excava- apts. 209 Bent Creek Rd.
COUNTY, FLORIDA accommodation to partic- Florida Default Law abilities needing special Lien Amount: tors, Motor Graders & Crestview, FL. Call 850
CIVIL ACTION CASE pate in this proceeding Group, RL. accommodation to partic- $22,660.03 Scrapers Backhoes, Rub- | o 682-5563, TDD/TTY
NO.: should contact Court Ad- P.RO. Box 25018 ipate in this proceeding ber Tired Loaders, Articu- 711. Equal Housing Op-
2008-CA-005415 DI- ministration at 101 James Tampa, Florida should contact Court Ad- Pursuant to Florida Stat- lating Dumps. Com- Driver PTL Needs ,portunity
VISION Lee Boulevard East, Crest- 33622-5018 ministration at 1250 N. ute 713.585 the pactors Forkliwts Paving, Company Drivers- CDL-A
view, FL, 32536-3515; NMNC-CONV-R-khartmaier Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, proceeding claims a lien Skidders, Feller Bunchers, earn up to 40 cpm. Crestview Inn
WELLS FARGO BANK, telephone number (850) -F08066886 FL, 32579; telephone on vehicle shown for stor- Log Loaders, Farm Trac- 1/2cpm increase every Motel $35d $165 wk,
NA SUCCESSOR BY 689-5000, Extension number (850) 651-7497, age, labor and/or ser- tors. J.M. Wood Auction 60K miles. Average APT $190 Wk. $575 4
MERGER TO WELLS 7497, prior to the pro- IMPORTANT prior to the proceeding. vices. Unless charges Co., Inc. 2,800 miles/week. wk Call 682-4466
FARGO HOME MORT- ceeding. or Shalimar In accordance with the shown are paid in cash, (334)264-3265. Bryant www.ptl-inc.com Call -
GAGE, INC., (850) 651-7497 Americans with Disabili- 11/18/08 said vehicles will be sold Wood AL Lic# 1137. (877)740-6262. .Crestvlew Nice 1 & 2
Plaintiff, ties Act, persons with dis- 11/26/08 for cash by public auc- bd Drvers: Call Today 550. artments. +dd some$500. -
IMPORTANT abilities needing special tion on date at time Driver Sign-On Bons 35-41. utility's, no pets.1 yr
vs. In accordance with the accommodation to partic- shown where vehicle lo- cpm Earn over $1000 lity's, no pets.1 yr
Americans with Disabili- ipate in this proceeding LEGAL #120112 coated. Owners or anyone 3200weekl v Excellent Benefit 978-8274
BRAIN FAUST A/K/A ties Act, persons with dis- should contact Court Ad- claiming an interest have dly A o re-rtsew Bnt Creek
BRIAN K. FAUST, et a, abilities needing special ministration at 101 James INCOURT OF THE FCIRCUST a right to a hearing prior Firewood for sale 4x8 Need CDL-A & 3 mosre- Crestvew, Bent Creek
Defendantss. accommodation to partic- Lee Boulevard East, Crest- COURT OF THE FDICIAL CIRCUIT to the scheduled auction 902-ks $100. Cal cent OTR (877)258 Aartents, Vouchers
ipate in this proceeding view, FL, 32536-3515; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN which can be set by filing 902-1197_________ 8782 Accepted. Rental assis-
NOTICE OF ACTION should contact Court Ad- telephone number (850) AND FOR demand with Clerk of the FIREWOOD FOR wwwmeltontruckcom ance ma 2 BRHe avanonHC
ministration at 1250 N. 689-5000, Extension COUNTYLOIA Circuit Court in this SALE: Guaranteed Weekly accessible apartments.
TO: PAMELAC.FAUST Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, 7497, prior to the pro- C IVIL ACTION CASE County and mailing cop- Split Oak & Pecan. Pick Settlement Check. Join 209 Bent Creek Road,
LAST KNOWN AD- FL, 32579; telephone ceeding. or Shalimar CIVIL ACTIONCASE ies of demand to all other up or delivery Call Wil-Trans Lease Operator Crestview, FL. Call
DRESS: 106 Oak Terrace number (850) 651-7497, (850) 651-7497 NO.:46-2008-CA-00 owners and lienholders. 850-398-7677 Program. Get the Benefits 8 5 0 6 8 2 5 5 6 3
Dr. Crestview, F1 32539 prior to the proceeding. 5526 DIVISION: FILE Owner can recover pos- of Being a Lease TDD/TTY 711. Equal
IMPORTANT NO: F08083525 session without judicial Operator without any of Housing Opportunit
CURRENT ADDRESS: 11/26/08 In accordance with theSUNTRUST MORT- proceeding by posting JiS the Risk. (866)906- Housingpportunity
UNKNOWN 12/03/08 Americans with Disabili- SUNRUST MORT- bond per Florida Statute 2982. Must be 23. FWB- 1.5 br, 1 ba,
ties Act, persons with dis- GAGE, INC., 559.917. Auction pro- 2 utbe 3220. w 5 e
ANY AND ALL UN- abilities needing special Plaintiff, ceeds in excess of Job CraffersInc.Now $675/mo + $675 dep.
KNOWN PARTIES Legal # 100432 accommodation to partic- charges due will be de- Hiring!!!! rFirst Class No pet or 420-1517
CLAIMING BY, pate in this proceeding VS. posited with Clerk of the E1111 All" Shipyard Crafts Long or 420-1517
THROUGH, UNDER, IN THE CIRCUIT should contact Court Ad- Circuit Court. Any per- Term Work FL, AL, MS
AND AGAINST THE COURT OF THE FIRST ministration at 1250 N. TRAVIS WILLIAMS, et son(s) claiming any inter- Over time & Per diem
HEREIN NAMED IN- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, al, est(s) in the above vehi- A Brand Name King Pil- Phone: (800)371-7504
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- AND FOR FL, 32579; telephone Defendant(s). cles contact: FEDERAL tic w/warr $200. Can (251)433-0 1270
ANT(S) WHO ARE OKALOOSA, number (850) 651-7497, LIEN CORP. tic /r $20 0 Can (251)433-0018 et E
NOT KNOWN TO BE COUNTY, FLORIDA prior to the proceeding. NOTICE OF ACTION (954)384-7171 25% Deliver850-471-0330 www.oberafters.net. Crestview
DEAD OR ALIVE, CIVIL ACTION CASE Buyers Premium ALL Learn to Operate a 3 br, 2.5ba TH- near
WHETHER SAID UN- ,NO. 11/26/08 TO: TRAVIS WILLIAMS AUCTIONS ARE HELD TalAY Crane or Bull Dozer shopping W/D hkup.
KNOWN PARTIES 46-208-CA-001360 12/03/08 LAST KNOWN AD- WITH RESERVE N W Heavy Equipment Train- $750 mo. Pet neg. Mil-
MAY CLAIM AN IN- DIVISION DRESS: 517 Rush Park LIC#AB0000288 ing. National Certifica- itary Disc. 897-0267
TEREST AS SPOUSE, Circle Mary Esther, FL
HEIRS, DEVISEES, U.S. BANK NATIONAL Legal#10426 32569 11/26/2008 All Brand New Queen tion..Financial & Place-
WHETHER SAID UN-.S. BANK NATIONAL Legal # 10426Set11/26/2008 In plastic ment Assistance. Georgia Crestview- 2br, 1.5ba,

KNOWN PARTIES TRUSTEE FOR WFMBS IN THE CIRCUIT CURRENT ADDRESS: Legal #120116 w/warrr. $165. Delivery School of Construction. Ial apples W/D hkups,
MAY CLAIM AN IN- 2006-AR14, COURT OF THE FIRST UNKNOWN available 850-255-3050 www.Heavy5.com Use off street parking. $550
TEREST AS SPOUSE, Plaintiff, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN PUBLIC AUCTION code 21FLCNH" or call mo+dd. 217-7344
HEIRS, DEVISEES, AND FOR ANY AND ALL UN- Pursuant to Section (866)218-2763. Crestview- 3 br 2.5
GRANTEES, OR vs. OKALOOSA KNOWN PARTIES 713.75, Florida Statues, Wl Post Office Now Hir- ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart.
OTHER CLAIMANTS COUNTY, FLORIDA CLAIMING BY, there will be a public ingl Avg Pay $20/hr or Pets ok. $800 mo. 1st
FRANCESCO LAURE- CIVIL ACTION THROUGH, UNDER, auction 12/08/2008 at $57K/yr Including Fed- month free 496-1712
LAST KNOWN AD- NZA, et al, CASE NO.: AND AGAINST THE 9:00AM for the following Bed A 100% all new Full eral Benefits and OT.
DRESS: UNKNOWN Defendant(s). 46-2008-CA-004528 HEREIN NAMED IN- vehicles size mattress set in plastic Placed by adSource not Crestview 307 Purl Ad-
DIVISION: DIVIDUAL DEFEND- w/warranty. $119.00. affiliated w/USPS who amns, 2 br, 1.5ba, W/D,
CURRENT ADDRESS: NOTICE OF FORECLO- ANT(S) WHO ARE 1981 Chevy Cutaway 850-471-0330 hires. Call (866) close to bases. $707
UNKNOWN SURE SALE US BANK NATIONAL NOT KNOWN TO BE VIN # Dark green recliner, 713-4492 mo+dd. 543-4742
ASSOCIATION, AS DEAD OR ALIVE, 2GBJG31M3B4133767 like new $80 firm.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that NOTICE IS HEREBY TRUSTEE FOR SASCO WHETHER SAID UN- l ew
an action to foreclose a GIVENpursuant to a Fi 2005-WF4, KNOWN PARTIES The auction will be held Antique armoireexcfirm.
mortgage on the follow- nal Judgment of Mort-Plaintiff, MAY CLAIM AN IN-at 956 W. James Lee condition $ 4 firm. N I T AY
ing property in gage Foreclosure dated vs. TEREST AS SPOUSE, Blvd, Crestview, Fl Call259-6681 w
OKALOOSA County, November 17, 2008 HEIRS, DEVISEES, 32536, Crestview Paint _, Crestview-103 'Ham-
Florida: -. and entered in Case No. WILLAIM GRADY, etal, GRANTEES, OR & Body has the right to '1 111 ption 2 br, 1.5 ba, Out-
.. .. 46-2008-CA-001360 .of, Defendant(s) .OTHER CLAIMANTS turn down any and all 4sqrT qi side storage & open pa-
LOT 12 BLOCK A, the Circuit Court of the LAST KNOWN AD- bids. 3230 tie. $525 mo + sd
FOXWOOD ADDI- FIRST Judicial Circuit in NOTICE OF ACTION DRESS: UNKNOWNCrestviewBUS682-8483 or 865-3421
TION, BEING A POR- and for AR14, is the CURRENT ADDRESS: 11/26/2008 restview SS '682-8483or865-3421
TION OF SECTION 25 Plaintiff and FRAN- TO: BARBARA LISCHER UNKNOWN Huge Inside 5100 Busness
AN 26, TOWNSHIP 3 CESCQ LAURENZA; LAST KNOWN AD- Yard Sale Opporuniles
NORTH, RANGE 24 WELLS FARGO BANK, DRESS: 4601 Northbri- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 49 N 5110-Moneyto Lend6140
WEST, OKALOOSA N.A.; MARBELLA CON- dge Drive Batavia, OH an action to foreclose a 1110 ] 429 N M 6140
COUNTY, FLORIDA, DOMINIUM OWNERS 451031328 mortgage on the follow- Donate Your Vehicle Hathaway St i l 3BR/2BA Foreclosurel
ACCORDING TO PLAT ASSOCIATION, INC.; ing property in Receive $1000 Grocery Across from lWin Hills rll 11,0001 Only $199/
RECORDED IN PLAT are the Defendants, I will CURRENT ADDRESS: OKALOOSA County, Coupon United Breast Park. Open Friday after 510Mo 5 down 15 years
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AND 60; TOGETHER best bidder for cash at LOT 18, BLOCK C, Mammograms, Breast TUPPERWARE $1,000 p l 59/M 3 F lit
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CORDED IN OFFICIAL DOOR OF SHALIMAR CLAIMING BY, OR PLAT THEREOF AS ing Tax Deductible, ( 8 0 0 ) 4 7 9 8 0 3 3
RECORDS BOOK ANNEX at 11:00 AM, THROUGH, UNDER, RECORDED IN PLAT Non-Runners Accepted, www.focusoncash.com
2218, AT PAGE on the 6 day of January, AND AGAINST THE BOOK 14, PAGE 79, (888)468-5964. All Cash Candy Route
1517, OF THE PUBLIC 2009, the following de- HEREIN NAMED IN- OF THE PUBLIC REC- 3290 Do you earn $800 in a C
RECORDS OF SAID scribed property as set DIVIDUAL DEFEND- ORDS OF Run your ad State- day? 30 Local Machines
COUNTY. forth in said Final Judg- ANT(S) WHO ARE 0 K A L 0 0 S A wide! Run your classified and Candy $9,995 Crestvew- Immaculate
ment: NOT KNOWN TO BE COUNTY, FLORIDA ad in over 100 Florida j 8 8 8) 62 9 9 9 6 8 Crestew- Immaculate
has been fled against DEAD OR ALIVE, has been filed against newspapers reaching B2000033. Call Us: 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg, FP,
you and you are required UNIT 3-A, MAR- WHETHER SAID UN- you and you are required over 4 Million readers for We will not be 1635sf. 3 yrs old. $995
to serve a copy of your BELLA, A CONDO- KNOWN PARTIES to serve a copy of your $475. Call this newspa- undersoldl mo+dd. Sm pet ok. 850
written defenses, if any, MINIUM, TOGETHER MAY CLAIM AN IN- written defenses, if any, per or (866)742-1373 Walk In Bath Tub. New 244-3131.Avail11/17 .
on or before January 2, WITH ITS UNDIVIDED TEREST AS SPOUSE, on or before Dec. 29, for more details or visit: still in box, includes eve- Be Empoweredl Real-
2009 on Florida Default SHARE OF COMMON HEIRS, DEVISEES, 2008, on Florida Default www.florida-classifieds.com rything you need. Top of ize Financial Fulfillment
Law Group, RL., ELEMENTS, FACILITIES GRANTEES, OR Law Group, P.L., the line. Paid $6800 will with a Proven System!
Pliantiff's attorneywhose AND DESCRIBED IN OTHER CLAIMANTS Plaintiff's attorney, whose sacrifice for $3500 Six-figure Potential. Re- -
address is 9119 Corpo- 240-3273 turning 2 min-phone
LAST KNOWN AD- rate Lake Drive, Suite ---calls. Not MLM. Full
DRESS: UNKNOWN 300, Tampa, Florida 1130 ] Training & Support. Ref- INTERVIEW NOWI
__._ 33634, and file the origi- erences Available. Seri-
CURRENT ADDRESS: nal with this Court either N TllAlj ous Call (800)940-6301, Monster Match
UNKNOWN before service on I 3300www.cashresultstoday.com assigns a professional


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 wails, 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




Affordable home repairs
& improvements. Call
682-1963 or 259-7285
Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383




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


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




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Centipede, St. Augustine,
Zoysia, Bermuda
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
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PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
censed & Insured. Free
estimates. Ph. 682-5347.
Senior citizen discounts.





TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, gar-
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CARPORTS
Call for best
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Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Single carport $595,
Double only $695
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YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:

LOT 24, BLOCK 8,
BEL-AIR ADDITION
TO FORT WALTON
BEACH, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF; AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 56,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
O K A L O O S A
COUNTY, FLORIDA

has been filed against
you and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before December
29, 2008 on Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.

This notice shall be pub-
lished once each week


for two consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.

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


Plaintiff's attorney or im- "Every Building on
mediately thereafter; oth- Salel"
erwise a default will be A Adopt S
entered against you for A doting dad, stayhome Manufacturer Direct at
the relief demanded in mor (& puppies), Dan & "Rock Bottom Prices"
the reCo mplaint or petition. Lisa are excited to give 32x60x18 $11,995.
the Complaint or petition. 35x60x16 $14,285.
This notice shall be pub- your baby LOVE, Laugh- 40x80x16 $20,995.
lished once each week ter, & opportunity 40x80x100x8 $27,495.
for two consecutive FLBAR0247014. expense 48x100x18 $27,495.
weeks in the Crestview espaid. 800-552-0045 60x120x18 $44,900.
Many Othersl Pioneer
News Bulletin. WITNESS Steel (800)668-5422.
my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 12 day Airlines Are Hiring -
of November, 2008. | 1160 Train for high paying Avi-
ation Maintenance Ca-
W. Howard Lost: Female tortoise shell reer. FAA approved pro-
Clerk of theoward cat, yellow eyes, black & gram. Financial aid if
By:Clerk of the Court orange nose, Foxwood qualified Job placement
As Deputy Clerk Estates since 11/15.336255 assistance. Call Aviation
850 336-2550 Institute of Maintenance
Florida Default Law (888)349-5387
Group, RL. P.O. Box Attend College online
25018 Tampa, Florlida Attend College online
336225018 Tampa, 2100 from Home. *Medical,
33622-5018 *Business, *Paralegal,
IMPORTANTAKC Mini Schnauzer *Computers, *Criminal
IMPORTANT Puppies. Born 9/1. 3 Justice. Job placement as-
Fem, 1 Male. Very Cute distance. Computer avail-
In accordance with the &Sweet 850-398-3347 able. Financial Aid if
Americans with Disabili-abe ial i f
ties Act, persons with dis- Christmas Puppies: qualed2121 Call
abilities needing special Pure bred black Lab (866)858-2121,
accommodation to partic- $250. Going fast call www.CenturaOnline.com
ipate in this proceeding now to place a deposit! For Sale Hoover Steam
should contact Court Ad- 585-8520 Vac, used twice $75.,
ministraton at 101 James Motorcycle windshield +
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- Teacup Chihuahua's mounting kit $75., Cor-
view, FL, 32536-3515; Ready for Christmas mounting kit $75., Cor-
view, FL, 32536-3515; $300 Call Diane bin touring motorcycle
telephone number 652-4122 seat $250. All like new
(850)689-5000, Exten- _______ call 758-7114 or
sion 7497, prior to the 758-7406
proceeding. or Shalimar INTToF a ab 20 0
(850)651-7497 21K I10 Now available 2008
()-- 21308 Post Office Jobs.

IMPORTANT Hay for sale. Round ba- $18$20/hr. No expein -
In accordance with the lesHay only cal758-0945 ence, paid training, Fed
Americans with Disabili- le only. call 7580945 benefits, vacations. Cal
ties Act, persons with dis- (800)910-9941 Todayl
abilities needing special 'd613 REF #FL08.
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding I 3100 I Put your order in now
should contact Court Ad- All Types of Watch & to have your
ministration at 1250 N. Clock Repair, grandfa- Thanksgiving Turkey or
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, others, mantels, cuckoos, Ham smoked! Call
FL, 32579; telephone we buy antiques, Call Chappy's B-B-Q @
689-1007 682-1614


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S* 4 6140 1 7100 |1 7190
Baker, 3br, 1ba + 6 ac- Holt Home for Rent/ Country Acreage By
res. As is, you maintain. Sale, Owner Financing. Owner 5 Acres, Beautiful
$650. Call Newly Refurbished, 4br, Mountaintop log cabin
850-217-8209 3.5ba, 2 cg, Large Eat-in site w/breathtaking
Kitchen w/ bar. All IM OUt views, gently rolling
S Crestview App. Large Laundry & Ft property, surrounded by
Crestview App s, tre u & Ft. Walton woods, 30mns. from
2/1 Du walk in Pantry. M.Br, gar- Fwoods3Omins. from
1 Dupex den tub, walk-in closet. 602 Mooney Rd Cookeville, $29900.
fresh paneD, pets o 2 porches & deck. 1 Beautiful brick 3br, 2 Owner financing (931)
no, $600ith addition pal deposit acre. On Cooper Lane. ba, 2 cg. Close to 445-3611.
682-7731 Maon-Fri $900 mo 537-4094, bases on quiet half
682-7731 Mon-Fr 902-3660, 758-7361 acre corner lot. Built in North Carolina Moun-
1994, kitchen recently tains Handyman special
Crestview Holt -New Handi- updated with stainless bordering U.S.F.S. paved
3/1 Duplex capped Friendly. home. steel appliances, corner dr., well, septic, sin-
New carpet / freshly For Rent 2br, 2ba w/ FP w/all brick hearth, glewide with shop near
painted, $700 mo, $700 Stainless Applsm with vaulted ceilings, fresh Lake Nantahala, borders
DD, pets OK with addi- W/D hookups. Walk-in paint, security system, paved road. Only
t- ional deposit, 682-7731 closet in M.Br. Lots of updated electronic irri- $49,000.
Mon-Fri Storage. Carport for nation, large screened http//valleytownrealty.com
-_ __auto. On Cooper Ln. porch under roof, chain (800)632-2212
Crestview 3b 2ba gar- $690/mo 537-4094, link back yard perfect valleytownrealty@verizon.net
age CH/A. 1872 Aplin 902-3660, 758-7361 for pets. $299,000.
Rd. $700. mo +dd. No North Crestview, Crest- Call 850 226-6754 South Carolina low
pets 1 yr. lease, view & Holt _area.______2country Hunting/ Recrea-
pets 1 yr. lease view & Holt area. 2bd 2 tion Tracts for sale. Close
S78-8274 ba, 3bd 1 ba, 3b 2ba. to 1-95 in Bamberg CO.
r restview 3bd 1 1/2 ba, $600. $850. mo plenty I Peaceful/secluded and
1.., /2 acre fenced back to choose from call loaded with deer, turkey,
yard. 5359 Cox Ln. 546-1192 hogs and timber value
$450 mo + $650. dd Rent or Rent to Own Individual wants to buy too. 42ac-85ac-120ac-
NO PETS. 978-8274 4bd 2ba $850. mo. No house for investment. Call 235ac-500ac-730ac- all
credit needed No Banks 651-0987' on the Little Salkahatchie
Crestview 3br, 1ba, needed 656 McClelland river. Roads, game plots,
gar, large fenced yard St. 850-243-2172 stands new Ready to
on quiet cul-de-sac. buygrandmommyshouse. LIMITED OFfER: hunt. Priced below mar-
$750/mo + $700 dd. corn 4/2 $997/mo ketli call Now
Pets considered. 255 Zero Down bit on your lot (803)826-6033 (Brokers
Edgewood PI. 259-7277 Teel & Waters w/land equity. Includes Protected).
Crestview RealEstate Tax/Insur ric Tennessee Land Rush!
3br/2ba/lcg & work- RENTALS $113,900K @ 7.104% Tennessee Land Rush!
3br/2ba/1cg & work- RENTALS PR E-Z Qlfy for 1+acre to 2acre home-
shop, Hardwood & tile 682-6156 30yr-fixed FHA-insured sites, wood, views. Start-
floors, Nice YardI No 2939 McCarty Ave, mortgage. Callnowl ng at $59,900. Tenn
: Pets! No Smoking close $950, 3 br 2 ba, 1cg 800-678-4647 River & Nick-a-Jack view
to. schools. 332 Adams Drive tracts now available! Re-
$750.mo/$750.dd- $1175, 3 br, 2ba, 2cg, tirement guide rates this
No pets585-1574 area #2 is U.S. places to
------------- ____ i (- No pets ^ retire. Low cost of living;
Crestview- 4br, 2ba 4 204 Booker St. ret no impact fee. (330)
Sw/ bonus room. Large $475, 2 br, 1 ba S 1 699-2741 or (866)
Fenced Backyard $875 391 Riverchase Blvd 550-5263, Ask About
mo+$800dd. 689-1285 $1100, 4 br, 2 ba, .2 cg, Navarre Mini Vacation!
Crestvew-Count' No pets 2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
Crestview- Countryview 139 Stephens Lane, 2150sf home on large Virginia Mounains Log
4 br, 2 ba, built in 2Call $850, 3 br, 2ba, 1 AC natural lot. 9' ceilings, cabin shell on 2 private
ONLY $900mo! Call $850, 3 br,
Jenny at Pelican Real Es- separate living & dining acres near very wide
tate 315-0972 + Commercial rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg. trout stream in the Galax
290 Main Street $1500 whirlpool tub and sepa- area and New River
Crestview- home for rate shower in master Owner (866)789-8535.
rent, country setting. 1 All. Properties require a bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
adre of land. 3br, 2ba, credit check, 1 yr lease, terfront neighborhood.
large room. $950 mo. no inside smoking. Pet Priced to sell at the re- : -
WG&E Paid. 682-4280 fees are non- refundable. duced price of $260K..
or 699-4281 Call Debra Frost Call 850 261-0322, or 8110 '
682-6156 685-8048 leave msg.
N' W AY WHY RENT??? Quick Pre-Qual! -
New Site Built Homes You can pre-qualify in 15
Ccestview Spacious from the $100's. Low minutes. Great homes
home available now. Pets Interest Rates! from the $100s on your
S $1000 -$1100 mo 800- 678-4647 lot. 800-678-4647
S avid 850-423-9728


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I L" -- Roommate to share
American Realty 3br 2ba brick house
of Northwest & cable. Call 689-8978
Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or
.651-5717 EHO | io6170
*,130 Hampton Dr. 2br, Holt 2 bedrpom/1
1.5ba $545 bath mobile home
0* 3083 Butler Rd. 3br, fenced in backyard.
1 $595 $500 month, dep & ref.
546 Purl Adams Ave. 499-7412 / 537-8528
3br,1.5ba $645 North Crestview, Crest-
* 165 Patch Ave. 3br, view & Holt area. 2bd 2
2ba $650 ba, 3bd 1 ba, 3b 2ba.
- 115 Oak Terrace 3br, $600. $850. mo plenty
2ba $675 to choose from call
* 2453 Starmount Dr 5461192


S 3br, 2ba $700
2455 Stafmoun
81?r, 2ba $700
S 455 Wingard St
2ba $725
327 John King Rd
2ba $750
*' 811 6th Ave 3br,
$ $795
*.. 526 Wingspan
S- br,2.5 ba $800
530 Wingspan
2br,2.5ba $800
517 Wingspan
2br,2.5ba $800'
511 Wingspan
.2br,2.5ba $800
512 Wingspan
2br,2.5ba $800
515 Wingspan
2b, 2.5ba $825
2993 Windsor
3br,2ba $825
6110 Sonny
. 3br,2ba $825
0. 503 Wingspan
3br,2.5 ba $875
309 Feldon Dr
2ba $875
2812 Atoka Tr
2ba $895
12 Courtney Ln
2ba $900
0106 Split Creek
3br,2ba $900
3119 Skyhawk
3br, 2ba $900
317 Runnymead,
S3br, 2ba $900
401 Northview
3br, 2ba $925
631 Alysheba 3bi
$950
4707 Young Rd.
2ba $1000
3108 Skyhawk
4br, 2ba $1000
103 Trevor Ct.
2ba $1025
603 Affirmed Ct
2ba $1100
5301 Ten Poin
4br, 2ba $1195
1240 Jeffreysco
3br, 2ba $1250
4662 Brownini
4br, 3ba $1300
2411 Moonston
3br, 2.5ba $1600
DeFuniak Springs


t Dr'4
1 7100
3br, 1933sf 3/2/2 from
$159,900. Great Room,
3br, Built on your lot. Other
homes from the low
2ba $100s. Great Financing.
800- 678- 4647
Way

way NEW TOAY

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way Catalog 800-678-0517
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Crestview 5 Lots availa-
ble south of 1-10 starting
at $10,000. up to
$20,000. Call Bill or
Gail Gross @585-5565
for info .Building Amer-
ica Realty Service Inc.

Holt 4 acres off
Cooper Ln. $35,000.
obo. 758-5587




2008 Blow Outi Must
sell all discounted homes,
used homes, and foreclo-
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Homes for information
850-682-3344
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Payments Left!
Make one and move in.
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Own your own land or
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Clayton Homes, 0%
down, all credit OK. Call
850-682-3344
Take over payments
on a 3 Bedroom 2 Bath.
Bad Credit, no problems
Call for details
850-682-4234


For Rent
Don't miss your opportunity
to live in a
Brand New Touchstone Energy
Efficient Beautiful Quality Built
Single Family Home.

Close to Crestview and Eglin AFB.
Homes include 3 & 4 bedrooms, 2 baths and l& 2
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heat and air, carpeting and ceiling fans.

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Rent starting at $885.00 per month.


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* 68 A, Twin Trees, 2b
1 ba $475
* 68 C Twin Trees 2b
1ba, $475
* 1004 N. 20th St. 2b
1ba, $525
* 1046 N. 20th St. 2b
1ba, $525
* 1084 N. 20th St. 2b
1ba, $525
* 1120 N. 20th St. 2b
1 ba, $525
* 1138 N. 20th St. 2b
1 ba, $525
Visit us at
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IEW 682-2U731 .41.50 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW. FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214
...._ -. , .' ,.. . .. i,

rtce;in cl Udes all rebates and dealer discounls. All prices plus tla: lag and dealer processing lee Residercy reciric,'on
ma' apply Photos lor illustration purposes only Sale ends 11/08


S;~


S Claude Mitchell
-With over 30 years experience
S' in the automobile business,
_. I encourage you to come in
and let's look at your vehicle
Ei .1 needs. With current cash
LflhJLL- incentives & finance plans,
j together we will find a solution
that best suits your situation.

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A ward 7 Your Silverado Headquarters Locally Owned & Operated
A CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
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