Group Title: Crestview News Bulletin
Title: Crestview news bulletin!
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028411/00454
 Material Information
Title: Crestview news bulletin!
Alternate Title: Bulletin
Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Crestview news bulletin
Publisher: Crestview news bulletin
Okaloosa Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: October 21, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Crestview (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okaloosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Okaloosa -- Crestview
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 9, no. 37 (Sept. 5, 2001); Title from caption.
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 9, no. 40 (Sept. 26, 2001).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028411
Volume ID: VID00454
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ANN6621
oclc - 48122675
alephbibnum - 002758666
lccn - 2001229458
 Related Items
Preceded by: Crestview news leader

Full Text















Wednesday, 0CTOBER 21, 2009 w w w crestvie w.Ii bulletin com 50<


For the latest
breakingnewsvisit
(RESTVIEWBULLETIN.COM


INSIDE



11C



OO C RSSIC
A6


Bo Sct gahe in the- ethe


Join the Crestview Chatter

Your online community.

for u ms.c restviewb u Ilet income


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.con,
On Friday; eager local
hosts, both adult and student,
will be at Northwest Florida
Regional Airport to welcome
40 guests from Crestview's
sister city in France, Noir-
moutier En I'lle;
For 'many hosts, the ar- .
rival marks the beginning of
an exciting 13 days in which
they wiH meet new friends
and learn about Noirmoutier
itself, before (they hope) they
experience it in person.
When folks from Crest-
view cross the Atlantic,
they'll find aWaiting them
an extraordinary place, an
almost magical community
where time doesn't rush
headlong into tomorrow
as quickly as it does here.
They'llfindineanderingn"
row streets, warm sandy
See SISTER GTY A3


BRIAN HUGHES ICirjstric New\S Blllerin


Youth football
83


RA
*
c.... .; g
ame use a
me., was ...

TABLE OF
CONTENTS
OBITUARIES..........................A2
ARREST REPORTS A 2
..................
OPlNION..................:...i.......AS
ARTS& ENTERTAINMENT........A6
SPORTS................................B I


211:.
Better Weekly Newspaper Contest

FREEDOM
..:. ..nt, r
Phone: 850-682-6524.
Web site: creitviewbulletin.com
Fax: 850-682-2246
34th Yeal Number 81
16 Pages* 2 Sections


............. _
PUMPKIN PKKING: Hayderi and Elizabeth Oliver work hard to pick the perfect pumpkins for the pumpkin
Patch in Oliver's Nursery at Holt. The nursery will host a fun day from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Oct. 24 with
free hamburgers, hot dogs and goody bags provided for everyone who would like to stop by and pick
out a holiday pumpkin or take photos in the patch. A bake sale and dobr prize drawings will be held
throughout the day. Proceeds from the pumpkin patch will benefit the Baker School ESE department.
Oliver's Nursery is on Kelly Mill Road iri Holt.Just follow the signs.


Behind him, Jayden Barton, a Cub
Scout froni Pack 532iin Holt, was learn-
ing about radio's early days when, instead
of speaking in a microphone as:Thomas
was, radio operators tapped a Morse Code
"key," sending a series of dots and dashes
through the ether. Next to him, Matthew
Crowther, a Webelo Scout from Pack 562 in
Miramar Beach, practiced sending Morse
signals following printed guidelines.
Nearby, Eagle Scout Chayne Spara-
gowski, IG4WBN, of Crestview Troop 773,
demonstrated a relatively new component
of Jamboree on the Air in which amateur
radio buffs chat via computer, their signals
See BOY SCOUTS A3


ON THE AIR: Boy Scout Th~omas Howz, of Cresiview


C R E


STV.


I..l...


* *

A ewel mte Atlantic


Crestview's sister city basks in a culture all its own


Fire district

extinguishes

emergency

response
11
CR11S

Michael Stewart
michaels@crestriewbulletin.com

DORCAS The Doreas
Fire District quit running
calls Friday afternoon af-
ter an insurance policy for
workers compensation ex-
pired for non-payment.
I made an operational
decision," Doreas Fire
Chief Josh Lingenfelter
said. "We cannot have fire-
fighters go out and possibly
get hurt with no workers
compensation."
The fire district s trucks
have sat idle since Friday,
and the North Okaloosa
Fire District has had to
pick up the district's emer-
gene ana awful feeling
when you can't respond,"
volunteer. firefighter Tam-
my Cooper said.
There are roughly 4,000
residents living in the fire
departments 76-square-
mile coverage area.
An emergency meeting
was scheduled Tuesday
night after the News
Bulletin's deadline to try
to resolve the insurance
problem.
"If we can come up with
the money by the end of the
week, they will reinstate
us," Lingenfelter said.
The cancellation of the
'"""rance po yshaest e
some firefighters and two
members of the fire depart-
nient's board of commis-
stoners.
Lingenfelter contends
fire commissioners had the
money to pay the $2,800 to
renew the workers com-
pengation policy.
"The public needs to
know commissioners failed
to pay the workers comp
when they had money in
the account," Lingenfelter
said. "The money is there
. to pay it."
Fire Commission Chair-
man Eddie Alford said,
however, the money was
not there.
"when you are out
of money, you are out of
money," Alford said. "We
See CALLS A3


FOotball


FEELS LIK~E FALL


hb A*
Jam oree on to Ir
(0800(IS OyS Of0Und WOM8
Brian Hughes
brianhgerestviewbulletin.com ,
Thomas Howz, a Boy Scout with Crest-
view Troop 535, had a ltice chat with a get-
tleman fi-om the other side of town Sat-
urday morning. Thomas, however, was in
Doreas at the time, participating in the an-
nual Jamboree on the Air, and the "chat"
he enjoyed was.over a shortwave radio op-
erated by a member of the North Okaloosa
Radio Amateurs Club (MOARC):






-- --~-


SObituaries


SNor-th Okaloosa CRIME REPORTS


What's HAPPENING


Y Gd EN 90 0 aSSOS 0 a

Smart Lensessa

Dr. Darren Payne's Smart lens Procedure can produce dear vision
ll'//hOld E l'P ft/SS5 0/ O// (AS/IllWS (C/OSE IM), jar all'O)' 6 111 between)


C ESTV E W



Ne ws Bullet in


NO HIDDEN CHARGES: It is our office policy that we have the right to refuse to pay, cancel paymentor be reimbursed for payment for any other seMces, examination, or treatment
which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for any free, discounted fee or reduced fee seMce, examination or treatment.


EDITORIAL
BRIAN HUGHEJ. .. .. WRlTTER
AleN SlhNN. .. .. .. PHOT`OGRAPHER
assov DsolC N . .. SPORTS EDTTDR
RENEE BELL ........T1YPESETITING


.In~"~ cony u a out
13weeks........................$9.4 13w ek ........... .$ 4 7


wednesday, October 21, 2009


A2 I cresiview News Bulletin


Crestview Police Dept. reports.

9/22: CARLWIN MARCUS
BOOZER, 24, of 792 E. Walnut Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with felony
battery (domestic battery by stran-
gulation) and larceny (petit theft). "
9/25: BRAND N. PARKER, 26,
of 1982 Truman Drive, Navarre, was
charged with failure to pay child sup-
port based on a Santa Rosa County
wai-rant.
9/26: I.ATOYA D. TAPE, 21,
of 400 Kelly Road, Niceville, was
charged with possession of cocaine
with intent to distribute and resist-
ing arrest without violence; TY-
RONE SEALS, 48, of 104 Lake St.,
Crestview, was charged with driv-
ing under the influence of alcohol or
drugs. REBECCA L. GLOVER,
37, of 2869 Shoffner Ave., Crestview,
was charged with driving under the
influence of alcohol or drugs. MI-
CHAEL C. MCWHORTER, 36, of
968 S. Rayburn St., Crestview, was is-
sued a notice to appear on a charge
of retail theft.
9/27: JOHN DONALD BELL, 30,
of 891 E. Walnut Ave., Crestview, was
charged with retail theft. SHAY-
ANNE MARIE GILDNER, 21, of


553 Purl Adams Ave., Crestview, was
charged with battery (domestic vio-
lence).
9/29: MAKElYTHA KASONY-
THA, 31, of 901 S. Pearl St., Crest-
view, was charged with animal cruel-
ty deprive of sustenance. CHRIS
E. LEWIS, 45, of 37 Peru St., 1, Bur-
lington, Vt., was charged with failure
to appear based on an Escambia
County warrant.
9/30: PHILLIP A. JAMES, 34, of
669 Ridgelake Road, Crestview, was
charged with trafficking in Hydro-
codone. ROGER B. MILLER, 36,
of 4155 Randi Road, Crestview, was
charged with trafficking in Hydroco-
done.
10/1: EDDIE L..MCBRIDE, 48, of
216 Oglesby Ave., Crestview, was is-
sued a notice to appear on a charge
of possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana. ALISSA LATOYA
COUCH, 25, of 312 Lakeview Drive,
Crestview, was charged with posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
10/2: JERMAINE ALEXANDER
DAWSEY, 22, of 513 S. Lincoln St.,
Crestviery was charged with tres-
pass after warning.


10/3: SCOTT ALLEN GREENER,
38, of 105C Brentwood Lane, Crest-
view, was charged with knowingly
driving with license suspended or re-
voked and resisting arrest without vi-
olence. JOSE LUIS IZAGUIRRE-
MATUTE, 22, was charged with re-
sisting an officer without violence.
10/4:KELVINDWAYNE WHITE,
24, of 467 S. Savage St., Crestview,
was charged with battery touch or
strike.
10/5: RICHARD EUGENE
WARD, 48, of 207 S. 2nd St., Pensac-
ola, was charged with larceny over
$300 and less than $5,000 based on an
Escambia County warrant.
10/7: WANDA SUE OWEN, 51,
of 4690 Amhurst Circle, Destin, was
charged with possession of a medici-
nal drug without a prescription.
10/10: THOMAS MANUEL
.ORTIZ JR., 36, of Crestview, was
charged with trespass after warning.
* ZONNIE LEE MOORE, 41, of 241
Holland St., Crestview, was charged
with violation of probation based on a
Walton county warrant.
10/12: TARAMICHELLE HALL,
23, of261 S. Wilson St., Crestview, was
charged with battery touch or strike
(doniestic violence).


. John Lavis, age 77,
passed on Oct. 2, 2009,
surrounded by his family.
John was born in
Birmingham, Ala., on Nov.
1, 1931. He was the son
of the late Alice Atchison
Sellers and John Lavis Sr.
and was preceded in death
by his first wife, Nelladean
Pickle Lavis, and sister,
Joyce Sellers Harper.
John was a member
of the Alabama National
Guard and the U.S. Army
where he proudly served
his country during the
Korean War and was
awarded the prestigious
Purple Heart Medal.
After his military career,
John became a certified
office machine repair
technician. He worked
in this field for more
than 40 years, including
more than 15 years with
central Office Products in
Enterprise, Ala.
He is survived by his
daughter, Toni Lavis
Tenters, son-in-law, Pete


Tenters and grandson,
Clayton Tenters, all of
Ringgold, Ga.; sister,
Willie Mae Sellers of
Birmingham; brother-
in-law, Jim Harper of
Arkansas and several
pieces and nephews.
His immediate family
will be holding a private
memorial service in
Destin.
In lieu of flowers, John's
wish was for family and
friends to make a donation
to continue his grandson's
autism treatment.
Donations can be mailed
to: The Options Institute,
Clayton Tenters Family
F\md, Attn: Erri MacNeil,
2080 South Undermountain
Road, Sheffield, MA 01257.
Arrangements are
by WL. Wilson & Sons
Flmeral Home, Fort
Oglethorpe, Georgia.
. Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for John
Lavis.online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
CITY OF CRESTVIEW HAL-
LOWEEN: Mayor David Cadle an-
nounces that Trick or Treat will be
observed in the city of Crestview on
Saturday, Oct. 31, from 6 .p.m. to 8
p.m. Motorists are urged to use in-
creased caution at that time for the
safety of the children participating in
this event. .
USDA FOOD GIVEAWAY: starts
at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, and con-
tinues until the monthly food allow-
ance, has been given out. It is held
at New Beginnings Church, 412 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crestview. New
Beginnings Church is an equal op-
portunity provider. Details: Jimmy
Smith, 689-2988.
FULLMOONAMERICANINDI-
AN HUNTING CAMP: This program
is scheduled at the Crestview library


Monday, Nov 2, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Relive the past with Blue Heron
(Wah-ka-chobee), a Seniinole/Creek
Indian. Farris Powell presents a
unique historical impression of the
Seminole warrior at the turn of the
19th century. See history come to
.life .in this authentic 1830s hunt-
ing camp the clothing, weapons,
tools, games, musical instruments
and food.
This .authentic southeastern In-
dian hunting camp prograni- will be
held outside under the full moon.
Park in the east parking lot and fol-
low the sounds of the Native Ameri-
can fhate played by Dale Palmer of
the local dulcimer music group The
Pelican Pickers. Sample the Indian
drink "soffkee" and pumpkin fry
bread.
Bring blankets or lawn chairs and
dress appropriately for the weather.
(In case of rain, the program will
be held next door in the Crestview


program Elizabeth
d children
is at 1445 Marie
tview (be- Shannon,19,of
ll 682-4432 Williamsburg, Va., -.
and formerly of
LL: The Crestview died ,
A needs Wednesday, Oct.
ag football 13, 2009. She
ough Nov. had attended
Wilson St. Crestview High SHA
n Scott at School before
moving to
e Ladies Williamsburg.where she
of Foreign graduated from Lafayette
ew is look- High School. While there,
grades 9- she was active in the
ung Patri- Drama Club, where she
have sev- was a stagehand for many
triotic art dramas, and was presently
ege schol- enrolled m her freshman
ands. The year at Thomas Nelson
h 31, 2010. Community College and
Lynn Mo- working part-time at
Target. She was a fiercely
dependent young wortlan
who was well loved by all
her friends. :
She is survived by-
her parents, Kenneth,
and Kimberly Shannon;


Community Center.) The
is designed for school-age
through adult. The library
Commerce Drive in Cres
hind the post office). Ca
for more information.
YMCA COACH CA
Crestview Family YMC
coaches and referees for fl
and fall soccer. Apply thr
14 at the YMCA at 298 N.
in Crestview. Contact Glen
689-2999 for more details.
ART CONTEST: Th
Auxiliary to the Veterans
Wars Post 5450 in Crestvi
ing for artistic students ip
12 to participate in the Yo
otic Art Contest. Students
eral months to create pa
that could earn them coll
warship money worth thous
deadline to enter is Marc
Details: LAVFW President
bley, 537-3375 or 978-0685.


maternal
grandparents,
MichaelandMary
.Truman; paternal
.. grandparents,
Charles and
Mildred Shannon;
two brothers,
William Shannon
NNON andyvife Nikki,
David Shannon
and wife Jamie
and son Joel; along with a
host of close friends.
A memorial service
was held Sunday, Oct. 18,
at 4 p.m. in the Bucktrout
of Williamsburg Flmeral
Home Chapel. Interment
will be private.
Memorial donations
may be to the Lafayette
High School Drama
Club-C/O Jacky Henry,
4460 Longhill Road,
Williamsburg, VA 23188.
Online condolences
may be registered at
bucktroutfuneralhome.
net.


Ci115 Bailey Dlr.


MULLIS EYE INSTITUTE


~r~en


GSlCe O


NEWS INFORMATION
IF YOU HAVE A CONCERN OR COMMEur
Anottr CRESTVIEW (11E\VS BULLETIN S
COVERAGE, PLEASE CALL 682-6524.
PUBLISHEl
JASON MOBLEY
Euiron
MICHAELSTEWART
OFFICE STAFF
DENSE CADENHEAD. OFFICE ASSISTANT
sHERRIn STANLEY . . RECEP./CIRC. A ST
ADVERTISING INFORMATION
""::";o
MuussA TEDDER . MEDIA CONSUlTANT


PRODUCTION
GREG Au.EN . . . PRODUCTION
CIRCULATION INFORMATION
682-6524
THE CRESTVIEW NElYS BULLETIN
IS PUBLISHED nVICE WEEKLY EACH
WEDNESDAY AND SATTJRDAY BY FLORIDA
. FA I EE E El RI
32536. PERIODICALS POSTAGE PAID AT
CRESIVIElY, FLORIDA. POStMASTER:
LSE S DIES thER LVD GS GE 1
FloRIDA 32536 3313. ALL MATERIAL
a OPERTY OF THE CRESTVIElY


Ad am Hen r y is a teller at the First National Bank
O CYCStVCW, Where he has been employed for
three years. Adam is a 2005 graduate of Baker

High School and currently resides in Holt. He
.
iS attending the University of West Florida and

pursuing a degree m education: *
"I enjoy working at the bank because of

adl the' great customers and co-workers,"

said Adam.




MAIN OFFICE SOUTHSIDE OFFICE
1301 Industrial Drive 2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539 Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-5111 850-682-3111


1~YJnz Z/c~rlr


DOWNTOWN OFFICE


Local


JOHN LAVIS


ELIZABETH MARIE SHANNON


Crestvliew' Location





SISTER CITY from page Al


BOY SCOUTS from page Al


Energy Select can help you save on'energy costs.
ENERGY' Now you can take more control over how you use
select your energy. And save big money at the same time.
Gulf Power's Energy Se/ect program has a programmable thermostat that
we'll install for free. It gives you more control over your heating and cooling
system, electric water heater and pool pump so you conserve energy. And
since the cost of electricity changes throughout the day, you can set it
to buy more when the price is less. In short, it saves you money and it's
good for the environment. Energy Select can change the way you look at
buying energy. Because a little change will do us good.

To learn more about this and other EarthCents programs that can help you save *
energy and money, call 1-877-655-4001 or visit us online at gulfpower.com.




earth ouI.r
TCents POWER
SOUTHERN COMPANY


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7

9:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.

BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM
(AT THE INTERSECTION OF
HIGHWAYS 4 & 189, DOWNTOWN BAKER)

FREE AD MIS SION


Join us as we kick off Baker's Centennial
Celebration during our 5th Annual Heritage Day. '


Bring the entire family and enjoy old time.heritage
demonstrations, informational and educational ,
exhibits, local bluegrass and southern gospel music,
barbeque and a variety of foods in the museum's
heritage park.


For additional information, call the
Baker Block Museum at (850) 537-5714*


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Local


crestview News Bulletin I A3


CALLS from page Al
couldn't keep the workers comp
and keep the station open and
the lights on. We had to make a
choice, and we opted not to pay
for the workers comp."
"It doesn't matter if we have
lights or not; the trucks have to
roll," Lingenfelter countered.
"My decision would have been
that at least the workers comp
would have been paid so we
could continue to protect the citi-
zens of our district."
Fire Commissioner Raymond
Halford blamed irresponsible
purchases on the part of Lingen-
felter and some volunteer fire-
fighters for the budget shortfall.
"Iknow they spent some mon-
ey on a grass catcher we didn't
even need and on radios we
didn't need," Halford said. "We
are going to have to get a hold on
this money situation and do bet-
ter than we are doing. They are
going to have to look at this bud-
get like we do."
Cooper is among a group
of volunteer firefighters that
includes her husband, Lowell
Cooper, and Courtney Nelson
who dispute Italford's claim.


They said the grass catcher was Officials with the state agency
needed to keep grass clippings determined the fire district failed
from clogging a $20,000 retention to properly advertise the rate in-
pond. crease, conduct public hearings
RIrthermore, the firefight- and hold a voter referendum.
ers contend, the radios were Fire department bookkeeper
required purchases needed to Debi \Valdin said the depart-
comply with a new radio fre- ment has about $4,500 left in
quency that soon will make the its budget. Payments on the
old radios obsolete. department's fire station on
The firefighters countered Poverty Creek Road cost $2,800
that Alford and Halford violated a month, Waldin said.
Florida's Sunshine laws by can- "We also have to pay the wa-
celing the insurance outside a ter bills and electric bills and
public meeting without a full keep doors open," Waldin said.
vote of the five-member board of The fire department was bud-
commissioners. geted about $173,000 for the 2008-
. Fire Commissioner J.J. Van- 09 fiscal year and expects to get
hoose agrees with the firefight- about the same this fiscal year
ers and called the emergency that began Oct. 1, Alford said.
meeting. Theproblemisthefirede-
"They need to follow the rules apartment's money typically isn't
and go by a vote," Vanhoose disbursed until late Novem-
said. ber. The Federal Emergency
It's not the first time the de- Management Agency has been
apartment encountered questions promising for months to reim-
about the way business has been burse the fire district $11,000 in
conducted. expenses mourred to respond to
In August, a rate hike ap- area floods in March.
proved by the board of commis- 'We should have the money
sionets was tossed out by the within a week or two," Alford
Florida Department of Revenue. said.


beaches, exceptional cuisine and
friendly hospitality.
Because Noirmoutier evolved
on an island that, until a bridge
was built in the 1970s, was cut off
byrisingtideshalfofeachdayfi-om
"the continent," as everything off
the island is rather dismissively
called, it had the opportunity to de-
velop a rich culture quite distinct
from the rest of Vend6e province
and, indeed, the rest of France,
It's a culture that has had along
time toripen. When Crestview was
founded in 1916, Noirmoutier was
already more than 1,200 years old.
Noirmoutains already were grow-
ing what are today the world's
most expensive potatoes, reaping
the bounty of the sea particu-
larlytheircovetedmussels-and
harvesting an especially pure and,
some claim, healthy variety of sea
salt.
'Ibday, you still can duck into
any of the island's many restau-
rants and enjoy a wonderful pot of
mussels steamedin a delicate but-
ter and garlic sauce, served with
a few of the little, round "La Bon-
notte" potatoes,'which can run as
much as $45 a pound (70 euros per
kilo). It's the algae and seaweed in
the soil that gives Noirmoutier's
taters their earthy, slightly salty
flavor.
Other traditions thrive in Noir-
moutier. Wooden boat building,
for example, is an art diligently
practiced, albeit with modern
tools and equipment, in the boat-
houses across the narrow harbor
from the town. The island's fishing
Aleet is extensive, but some folks
just prefer to cast their nets from
shore. Ancient horseshoe-shaped
stone "corrals" built out.from the
beach capture fish when the tide
goes out.
It's that tide, too, that figures
prominently in Noirmoutier's cul-
ture. The Passage du Gois is the
narrow, two-lane causeway that,
until the bridge was built, formed
the island's only vehicular link to
the continent. The four-kilometer
(about two-and-a-half mile) cause-
way appears daily as the tide goes
out.
But when the waters come
in, sometimes, they say, with
the speed of a galloping horse,
the passage can submerge rap-
idly. For that reason, three stout


wooden towers about a kilometer
apart guard the passage for those
off-islanders who don't respect the
tide and end up having to abandon
their cars and wade or swim
-forthenearesttower.
Noimoutier's landmarks in-
clude the chateau (castle), a tur-
reted 11th-century fortress re-
openedlastyearafteranextensive
two-year renovation. Its museum
is a fascinating glimpse into the is-
land's colorful past and traditions.
Across the street, the stone parish
churches dedicatedto St.Philbert,
who, founded the community in
674. His remains rest in the crypt. -
Much of the older architecture is
actually Dutch in origin, thanks to
a wave of immigrants who came to
Noirmoutier.fromHollandinthe
18th century to serve as waterway
and flood-control engineers. Their
intricate system of dikes, dams,
locks and canals still keep the salt
fields properly flooded. .
The island's beaches are won-
derful idylls on sunny days, which
on Noirmoutier, begin in late April
and last well into October. Old
windmills stand sentinel on the
west coast. Nearby, however, are
more brutish guardians,
In World War II, the occupying
German army incorporated the
islandintoitsmighty"fortressEu-
rope" and built massive concrete
blockhouses facing the sea. The
D-Day invasion came up north in
Normandy instead. The Germans
were vanquished, but the block-
houses remain.
Some have been converted to
shops, storehouses, a fishing mu-
serim and other uses. One enter-
prising local lady built her house
atop one.
"The blockhouse makes a per-
feet wine cellar," she said.
Her happy attitude exemplifies .
the joie de vivre savored by Noir-
moutier's inhabitants, hospitable
folks who don't mind the influx of
summer vacationers whose num-
bers swell the population almost
ten-fold. That's OK Noirmoutains
are willing to share a little of the
magic that makes their special is-
land such a jewel of a place.

:2hke an armchair tour of
Noirmoutier by visiting the photo
gallery at our Web site, toww.
crestviewbulletin.com.


going over radio waves rather than across the In-
ternet.
"We can chat even in a storm when the Internet
is down," Sparagowski explained.
Another new component of the event is Jam-
boree on the Internet. Scouts at Saturday's event
had already chatted to scouts in Sweden, Norway
and South Africa before the burgers had hit the
grill for lunch.
"If it wasn't for needing a Boy Scout merit badge,
I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing for fun or a liv-
ing," said Cal Zethmayr, W4GMH, vice president
of NOARC, as he helped interested scouts make
shortwave radio contacts.
Like many of the more than two dozen boys who
attended the jamboree Saturday morning, Zethmayr
was in pursuit of his radio merit badge when he was
introduced to amateur radio in his early teens. In ad-
dition to his membership in NOARC, Zethmayr is a
local radio personality on WAAZ and WJSM.
"We have more fun than most adults most
kids, too," laughed Bob Sullivan, W5RE, a NOARC
member and retired Merchant Marine radio op-
erator. Then he moved to the Morse Code table to
teach several Boy Scouts from Crestview Troop 30
about the early days of radio.
This was the fourth year that NOARC hosted


the jamboree, which was held at the Doreas Vol-
unteer Fire Department and drew scouts from as
far away as Freeport and Miramar Beach. The
firefighters took advantage of the sunny day and
stream of visitors to hold a fundraising yard sale
and cookout.
In the fire department's apparatus bay, chairs
were set up while Darryl Huddleston, scout mas-
ter of Shalimar Troop 529, taught the radio merit
badge class integral to obtaining the coveted patch
for a Boy Scout's sash.
There was more to Saturday's events than
electronic and radio communication. Outside on
the lawn, several Webelos from Pack 532 worked
to attain their language and culture belt loops.
Justin Prahl and Michael Melton, for example,
spun a dreidel, trading blue glass heads back and
forth across the table as they scored high or lower
points in the ancient Hebrew game.
"We're having an exciting morning!" smiled
Boy Scout Unit Commissioner Rae Schwartz as
she observed the beehive of activity surrounding
the fire house.

See a photo gallery from Saturday's Jamboree
on the Air at our Web site, www.crestviewbulle-
tin.com:


9~I i


NORTH OKALOOSA







| restv ew ews u
e n


Check it0OUT


mmmmmmm mmmmmmm

I 'Buy One 11 Buy any -
WH Regular sizegregular -size
subshop I sub Get 1 11 sub 1/2
... .....* I For $1 | pric e.
2493 S. FERDON BLVD
I *Crestview Location Only 'Crestview Location Only
CRESTVIE W, FL *Must be of equal or lesser value.*One coupon per a *Must be of equal or lesser value.*One coupon per *
0 28 9 06 2 visit: Expires November 21, 09 g g visit. Expires November 21, 09 g
mmmmmmmmWimmmmmmmmmi


*


I can't sleep

I can't stay asleep. .

How do I stop snoring?


CALL TODAY!

(850} 689-5496
or

(850) 243-4456


862-0111 Ext. 1751 Crestview 682-6688 9 Sleep Disorder Center
A SLEEP DISORDER LABORATORY
502East Pine Ave, Crestview, FL 32539

EGLIN FEDERAL U 100, 151MaryEsther ,Fr. tonBeachFL 32569
Medical Director
anghes: Fort Walton Beach Egiln AFB Hurlburt Field obad South C'nisividw Roman Kesler, DO, FAASM
Mary Esther Bluewater Bay Desiln ,Ns t - Diplomate American Board of Sleep Medicine


wednesday, October 21, 2009


A4 C i N Bllti


Previously delivered at
the National World War II
Museum in New Orleans,
the program looks at such
popular films as "Saving
Private Ryan," "The Great
Escape," "The Bridge
on the River Kwai" and
"Where Eagles Dare." *
The program begins at
10:30 a.m. with coffee and
cookies served starting at
10 a.m. A screening of
vintage original trailers
from World War II films will
be earlier. Film memorabilia
will also be on display.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"I used to go to the
library all the time when I
was a kid. As a teenager, I
got a book on how to write
jokes at the library, and
that, in turn, launched
my comedy career."
- Comedian Drew Carey,
who appeared on Who
Wants to Be a Millionaire
and donated his $500,000
winnings to the Ohio
Library Council.

J ST ASK
Any que tions? Just
ask Jean, Sandra, Anna,
Heather, Marie, Sengdara,
'D'acey, Janice, Audrey
Sharon or Mike. We will be
happy to help you.

CONTACT INFO
1445 Commerce Dr. -
(behind the Post Office)
www.cityoferestview.
org/library.htm.
850-682-4432


FRIENDS OF LIBRARIES WEEK
Oct. 18-24 is National
Friends of Libraries Week,
and our hard-working local
group is second to none-
This group raised $3,300 at
its recent book sale.
Projects they have
funded in the past melude:
our beautiful mural
depicting Crestview
history- the genealogy
computer; additions to our
book collection; two more
computer tables for the
eight additional computers
ad 2e0 2 f er art
op d
displayhcases; an smson
Indian Cparopgh ed below.
Our new officers for
he 2009-2010 year are
Pam Crowley, president;
Joe Barley, vice-president;
Nancy Moxcey, treasurer;
and Lucy Smith, secretarY
Memberships are
available starting at only
$10d ar fo aduals
*
the Friends bi fo
our library r
more information and a
dodoadableba pl on.
the next Friends meeting at
10:30 a.m., Thursday,
Nov 19, when the guest
s eaker will be Crestview
PPlice Chief Brian Mitchell,
PROGRAMS
Wit the past with Blue
Heron (Wah-ka-chobee),
a Seminole/Creek Indian.
Farris Powell presents
a unique historical


impression of the Seminole
warrior at the turn of the
19th century. See history
come to life in this authentic
1830's hunting camp:
the clothing, weapons,
tools, games, musical
instruments and food.
This authentic
southeastern Indian
hunting camp program will
be held outside under the
full moon on Monday,
Nov. 2, 6 8 p.m. Park in the
east parking lot, and follow
the sounds of the Native
American flute played by
Dale Palmer of the local
dulcimer music group "The
Pelican Pickers." Sample
the Indian drink "soffkee"
and pumpkin fry bread.
. Bring blankets or
lawn chairs and dress
appropriately for the
weather. (In case of rain,
the program will be held
next door in the Crestview
Community Center.) The
program is designed for
school-aged children
through adults.
"The movie camera and
the machine gun are both
devices made to be aimed
at living men and what each
has done to the living has
changed our world."
The Nov 3 First 'lliesday
Lecture "World War II:
From the Battlefield to
the Silver Screen" willbe
presented by Brian Hughes,
founder of the long-runnmg
New Orleans radio program
"Stage and Screen."


Muhlbackpanthers "are a
endangered species. Only
engage as a last resort.
MWh told a har
he lost sight of the animal.
The appearance of a
Florida panther this far
north in the state is a rare
occurrence, said Sxisan
Carroll-Douglas, who is a
wildlife assistant biologist
for the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Commission in
Panama City.
. "They can make it
that far north, but gener-
ally speaking they are from
south Florida," Carroll-
Douglas said. "If there is
a panther in the Crestview
area, it would be an abnor-
mality"
She said that residents
do not need to be overly
worried if indeed a panther
is in the area. "Panthers
are not any more aggres-
sive toward people than
other predators," Carroll-
Douglas said. "We would
advise.anyone to take cau-
tion with small pets, but
we have not had any more
conflicts with panthers
than we do with other spe-
cies we generally have m
the Panhandle."
Carroll-Douglas asked
resident to document any
evidence of a panther in the
area. "If anybody gets any
tracks or a photograph, we
would love to take a look at .
them," she said.
Anyone with a sighting
can call the commission at
850-265-3676.


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.
com
A Crestview Police offi-
cer reported seeing a Flor-
ida panther at Davidson
Middle School Thursday
night
Ironically, the reported
sighting occurred not too
long after a football game
at the school where the
Davidson players emerged
with a 26-0 win over a rival
team from Meigs Middle
School.
Davidson Middle
School's mascot is the
Florida panther.
"He just stopped by to
visit his brothers," Crest-
view Police Department
shift commander Lt. An-
drew Schneider joked.
Crestview Police Of-
ficer Sgt. Brian.Muhlbach
i'eported spotting the
animal at about 10:15 p.m.
Thursday, about an hour
and a half after the football
game.
Muhlbach could pot be
reached for comment. Ac-
cording to a call report, he
told dispatchers Thursday
night that he saw a pan-
ther that appeared to be
between 60 and 70 pounds.
He kept the animal in
sight while waiting for ani-
mal control, the dispatch
report states. "Unit three,
advise to see if they have
a tranquilizer gun avail-
able he was stated as
saying.
The dispatcher advised


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian | Robert
L.K Sikes Public Library


We finally have the
much-requested wireless
Internet access here at the
library!
A password (which wiH
change monthly) is required
and may be picked up at
the circulation desk. Wi-Fi
access will be available from
8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. No
wireless printing services
are available, however.
For patrons without a
personal laptop, remember .
that we have 24 public
access computers available.
it takes is a current
library card. (If you do not
have a library card; just
bring in a picture ID and
proofofyour current street
address within Okaloosa
County.)
One-on-one computer
tutoring appointments,
especially for.senior citizens
wanting to set up e-mail
accounts and learn to use
the Internet, are currently
available on'lliesday
and Saturday mornings.
Just call or stop by the
circulation desk to make an
appointment.


Local


Panther visits 'brothers'










I_ I ___YI_____l_ ____ ____


Meeltthe STAFF_i


I


Out of County


BO


81


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


eivtserC| S A w News Bul n


Government can't Holt said that maybe Main
Ex everything. Just ask deputies have I)rive isn't such a
residents who own homes patrolled the road gbod place to pitch
on Haylee Lane. to try and catch "A your garbage.
Haylee Lane is located violators but Residents on
off Main Drive, a private can't sit on the Haylee Lane said
road in Crestview that has property around the main trash
been turned into an illegal the clock. dumpers are
dump. Residents on MKHAEL contractors and
Old furniture, a boat nearby Haylee STEWART those who clean u
and mounds of debris line Lane do their 850-682-6524 and repair rental
Main Drive, which not only part to inform deputies properties.
creates an eyesore, blit also when they suspect Those who know
poses a potential health someone is dumping trash someone is polluting on
hazard for residents living on the properly a major scale and do not
on nearby Haylee Lane. It will take more inform authorities are
County Commissioner eyes than the handful of partly to blame for the
Wayne Harris met last residents living on Haylee problem.
week with members of Lane can muster to stop Likewise, owners of
the sheriff's office, code the problem, however. rental properties bear
enforcement, public works Chances are the trashing some responsibility if they
and even mosquito control will continue, unless the do not require those who
to try to prevent the Begal public at large takes an perform work for them to
dumping. interest in the matter produce receipts from a
"Everyone's in a and prevents people from legal dump once a repair
'Catch-22,'" lamented throwing their trash along project is complete. Make
deputy David Holt, an the isolated roadway. it a county ordinance -al
environmental officer with If everyone traveling repair or disposal work
the sheriff's office who on Airport Road informed requiring a permit must
attended the meeting. "The deputies every time they include, upon completion,
land is private, including saw someone heading trash receipt from a legally
the road. The county can't down the road with authorized dump.
go on private property to a truckload of trash, There is a last resort,
clean it up. By statute, it perpetrators would be Harris said.
falls under the property caught. It wouldn't take "We don't want to do
owners' responsibility" long before word got out it, but we can get a court
.
A I *
0000 DOWS TOf SenlOfS In'f0U
These are tough times for seniors, especially The first came
those relying on Social Security for all or most of passed the Medic
their income. In 2008, more than half of Florida's 3631) by an overw
3 million Social Security beneficiaries relied on vote. All Florida H
Social Security for half or more of their income. for supporting thi
gr three of every 10 beneficiaries, Social all Medicare bene
Security is their only source of mcome. merease m Part B
Each year, as these Floridians look through effectively shrink
their checkbooks to figure out how to pay for the LORI PARHAM beneficiaries.
rising costs we all face, they take some comfort AARP encour
in knowing that Social Security provides a very modest senators, Bill Nelson and
cost of living adjustment (or COLA) to their benefits. suit as soon as possible. T
Ifut sometime this month, Floridians 62 and older will Democratic issue but an i
get ball news. Fbr the first tigne since 1975, there will be of all Floridians afthey ag
no Social Security COLA in 2010. AARP also strongly sup
The technical reason for this harsh news is no comfort: beneficiaries $250 in 2010 t
The formula for determining the COLA overestimates the COLAin 2010. This effort
cost of such items as fuel and underestimates the impact pinch that seniors will feel
of health care costs, leading officials to determine that extra dollar's to cover incr
there is no inflation, despite what your grocery receipts premium in 2010 without
tell you. Changing the formula would be helpful, but help pay the bill.
would likely he a long legislative fight. AARP urges Congress
AARP has 40 million members, roughly half of seniors whose costs contain
whom are 65 or older, so we are acutely aware of this remain stagnant, and they
problem and have been working in Washington to find losses of savings in recent
immediate relief. Although there is more to be done, \ve elected leaders know how
see encouraging signs of progress toward addressing this *
issue. Lori Padam is AARP's Fl
.
Think before you drink


order to go in and clean
it up and bill each one of
the property owners," he
admitted. "I don't want to
do it if we don't have to. I'm
not into that kind of stuff."
. The residents on
Haylee Lane don't own the
property where the trash is
being dumped. The owners
of property along Main
Drive do not live on the
vacant land.
Although charging
absentee owners for a
problem they did not create
is not a solution anyone
would cherish, it is better
than doing nothing.
That action would
also likely prompt some
preventative measures
by the property owners to
keep Wegal trash dumpers,
off the road in the future.
Even if the polluters are
chased off, there is a good
chance they will find some
other property to trash.
That's where your and I
come in. It is up to us to
let those who pollute know
their behavior won't be
tolerated.
Pickup the phone and
turn in an illegal dumper.


p














l

a
y


gn IImes
this week, when the House
are Premium Fairness Act (HR
helmingly bipartisan 406-18
ouse members can be thanked
s bm, which would ensure that
ficiaries be spared from an
premiums ih 2010 that would
the Social Security checks of

ages both of our Florida
George Lemieux, to follow
his is not a Republican or a
ssue ofmairitaining the dignity
e.
ports paying all Social Security
o help ease the impact of no
would help offset the financial
when they must fork over
eases in the Medicare Part D
t any Social Security COLA to

to provide some reliefto
ue to go up while their incomes
continue to struggle with
market turmoil. Please let your
important this issue is to you.


~orida state director:


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

Topic: A story on Bud Chiles, the son of former
Florida Gov. Bud Chiles, who is calling for, among
other things, education reform. He would like to see
the amount of money spent on education increase
and criticized the increasing use of local property
taxes to pay for education.

Sales taxes provide much of the state's share of
education funding. In Okaloosa County, 39 percent of
the school district's budget is paid for by the state,
with the remainder 61 percent paid for by taxes
on local property owners.."The state used to shoulder
the greater burden. When I came back to Fl'orida in
1984, it was just the opposite," Nobles said. "Something
has to be done statewide as far as tax structure goes."
Amen. High property taxes are the reason Florida has
done such a poor job of attracting industry. Alabama is
whipping us hands down with lower property taxes and
better tax incentives for new industry. Just look at the
automobile factories and other industries flocking to the
state.
.
"The state ranks last m the nation on per capital
spending on education but 16th in spending on prisons."
Just goes to show where our priorities are.
Whatever happened to the lottery? Thought that was
supposed to save our school system?
We don't need to educate our kids. Let's just build
more prisons. That's where they'll wind up if they don't
get an education.
You can't keep raising property taxes to keep up with
the growing cost. We need to do away with property
taxes and go to a state sales tax to fund schools. That
way everyone pays their share.
An iiicome tax is the fairest way to go. I know
everyone dislikes the idea, but it is the fairest. The less
you make, the leg you pay.
The Chiles boys must not have read the press.
Okaloosa County is filled with A Plus Schools. It must be
the other districts in the state pulling us down. We need
to focus more on getting the others up to speed.

Topic: A story about Okaloosa Lane, an unpaved
dirt road that leads to Shoal River Middle School and
Riverside Elementary School.

It took two years to build the schools. Surely that was
enough time to think about needing two paved roads?
Maybe not. I'll remember this when it's time to vote .
agam.

They need to pave Okaloosa Lane as soon as possible
and put more traffic on Aplin Road. They have already
torn Aplin Road all to pieces with heavy trucks and
equipment being moved over it to build the schools. How
about going ahead and repairing what you tore up while
you are paying a new road to put more wear and tear on
Aplin Road ...
Thank you, Jesus! Finally the children on the other
side of the school will not be discriminated against! The
Redstone community gets a paved road and walking
paths, but the children on the other side of the school
have only dirt, mud and potholes. Thank you for finally
addressing the problem!
*
Profundity

BrianiUghe5 -
Crestview News Bulletin
c
clR Order to become the master,.the

pOlitiCitW pOSBS GS the SBT'OG E = '
CHARLES De GAULLE
(1890 1970) .
Leader of the Free French Forces and founder of the post-World
War II French Fifth Republic


CREST VIE W
4



To report news, for inforrnationssubscriptions and advertising, call 682-6524.


- The majority of high school seniors will
probably go to parties more than once before
theygraduaten
It's inevitable; getting ihto some "trouble" is
a part of growigg-up. But, sometimes we're all
a little guilty of taking it too far and taking too
many risks.
I'm writing this to ask everyone, not KAYLIE
just high school students, to be safe and
smart about it. Don't drink and drive. Find a
designated driver. If you're in a safe place, ask to sleep
over, and, if all else fails, call your mom. I'm sure she'll
come and get you.
Ladies, use the buddy system (never, EVER, end up
somewhere by yourselD. Keell hold of your drihk at all


times, and, if you begin to feel uncomfortable, don't
hesitate to leave the party.
Gentlemenyouknowrightfromwrong.Don't
break the rules. Since my freshman year, five or
more high school students lost their lives just in the
north end of the county.
Quite franldy, that's five too many young lives
DINE lost Go out, and live it up. You're only in high school
once. Just be safe about it.
Ifyou're gut feeling is telling you "no," then don't
do it, and don't let a thing happen to your friends that,
you wouldrit want happening to you.

Kaylie Bodine is an inters with the Crestview News
Bulletin.


NEWS INFORMATION
IF YOU HAVE A CONCERN OR COMMENT
ABOUT CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN S
coVERAGE;PLEASBCALL682-6524.
PUBLISHER
JASON MOBLEY
Entron
IvilCHAEL STEWART

OF ECEA E IFFD,. OFFICE ASSISTANT
sHERRIE STANLEY . . RECEP./CIRC, ASST
ADVERTISING INFORMATION
HEATHER CANN. . . AD CONSULTANT
RANDY BEARD . . . AD CONSULTANT
MELISSA TEDDER . . MEDIA CONSULTANT
EDITORIAL
BatAN HUGHES. . . WRITER
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR
ANN SPANN . . . . PHOTOGRAPHER
RANov DICKSON . . SPORTS EDITOR
RENEE BELL . . . . TYPESETTING


Pnocucnon
GREc ALLEN . . . PRODUCTION
CIRCULATION INFORMATION ,
682-6524
THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
IS PUBLISHED TWICE WEEKLY EACH
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY BY FLORIDA
FREEDOM NEWSPAPERS, INC., AT 295 W.
JAMES LEE BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
IE A. G OE
LEASE SEND ADDRESS CHANGES TO
camwmw
IIEREIN IS PROPEl TY OF THE CRESTVIEW
NEWS BULLETIN.



?


Brian Hughes
Reporter
brlanh@crestviewbulletincorp


Mliche I


.'1
e
Greg Allen
Production
gy
greg@crestylewbuildlin.com


,,
Melissa Tedder
Media
Consultant
Mellssa@cresivlewbulletin.com


John' Parro~t


Ann Spamnn


JaSon Mobley


Renee Bell
Typesetter
okpubilshing@crosiviewbullotln com


:In County


Randy Dickson


Shlerrie Stanley


Denise


Randy BearF


Heather Gann


la~s~ff~;


O~in o


SHOTS ACROSS THE BOW
-

Ille al trash dumpmg is a

g a g

g g ad laat





ERTHOPEDICS ~


S SR 10 O 11 *

Brian Hughes '
Arts & Entertainment alitor .


The Crestview High ?
School band played host ' -
on a crisp, cool Saturday
to eight regional bands,
whose performance
prowess was judged, plus
two area middle schools
that put on exhibition -
performances during the
annualWestFloridaClas-
sic band competition.
Bands from Georgia,
Alabama, Mississippi and BRIAN HUGHES | CrcstviewNews Bulletin
Florida competed for the EXHIBITIONISTS: Members of the Davidson Middle
Grand Championship. School Panthers band prepare to take to the field
Announced at the awards .
for an exhibition performance during Saturday's
ceremony that concluded
the competition, the tro- West Florida Classic band competition.
phy went to the Niceville\
High School Eagles Pride Exhibition perfor- tures dropped into the
band. dances by the Davidson lower 50s after sunset.
Regional guests also Panthers band and the The Big Red Machine, as
included the Chipley Shoal River Mustangs hosts for the competition,
Tigers Band, the Gulf band were enjoyed by closed out the daylong
Breeze High School Band the crowd, many of whom marching band extrava-
and the South Walton wrapped blankets around ganza with an exhibition
High School Band. themselves as tempera- performance of its own.


retwiew
1] g fly
NortwiewPlaza.uwyesN.
682-3201
Movie Schedule Starting
Friday, Oct. 23, 2009
wearfHEWILDTENGSMEnh rvel
sxfDA .100 M
ojA 1
clocovwrm cauvccommsAuse n on
FRIDAY.......................6:45PM
SAT SUN . . . . . . . . 1:00. . 6:45PM I'mver
MON-THUR...................6:45PM of Pink



MICHAELIACKSON'STRISISITourssmans)
"E
SATURDAY . FREE SH W . 1:00PM
SUNDAY.:....52.005HOW.....1:00PM
W1WRMINEWWHEWilmWFW
Regular Admission
Adult = $Too
.
Semorichild = $5co
DAILY MATINEE $5"


mmemmmak, m r < (r Ammummesmmunemanw


Arts &r Entertainment


wednesday, October 21, 2009


A6 I Crestview News Bulletin


~NFSO to perforrn 'The Tell Tale H-eart'


by local composer
which musically describes
a gathering of ivitches and
demons atop the highest
mountain in Slovenia, at-
tained instant fame when
it was included in Walt Dis-
ney's "Fantasia."
Rounding out the pro-
gram will be Hector Ber-
lioz's landmark "Sympho-
nie Fantastique." The pop-
ular tale of unrequited love
leads to the ardent lover's
own demise at the scaffold
and subsequent hallucina-
tions of a "witch's Sabbath
mixed with the ominous
'Dies Irae' chant" interpo-
lated in the music, the re-
lease states.
"Rink noted that it is
always special to hear this
piece played live and in
,,
person,
Special guests in the att-
dience for the performance
will include visitors and
members of the official del-
egation from Crestview's
sistei- city, Noirmoutier-
En-l'ile, France, who will
be feted prior to the per-
formance by college and
orchestra dignitaries.
The concert begins
at 7:30 p.m. on the main
stage of the Mattie Kelly
Performing Arts Center
on the NWFSC campus in
Niceville.


One of the most cel-
ebrated works by the great
American bard Edgar Al-
len Poe gets a musical
makeover under the baton
of Northwest Florida Sym-
phony Orchestra director
and conductor Jeffrey Rink
during the orchestra's SPECIAL
"Spooktacular" Halloween
concert Oct. 30. SP00KT
A
Northwest Florida State
College music professor Music P
"Dr. Jeremy Ribando's Ribando
newest composition, 'The Heart"
Tell Tale Heart draws its the Nor
inspiration from Edgar Al- Sympho
lan Poe's story of horror Oct. 30
and suspense," a college concert.
press release states. The
new composition "will set
the stage for a seasonal cel- has the
ebration of the creepy and the aud
crawly. nue of u
"The orchestra will play release
this new.and kaleidoscopic "If th
workassistedby the disem the stor
bodied voices of Belle Voci,. listen w
Northwest Florida State picture
College's premiere wom- unfolding
en's vocal ensemble,.which played,"
will add both a dramatic Pere
and mystical element to the favorite
piece," the release said. Mountain
Ribando is noted for the first
writing pieces based on Modest
'
literary works "because it sorgsky


TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS
BULLETIN
CULAR COMPOSER
rof. Dr. JeremY
's "The Tell Tale
will premiere at
thwest Florida
ny Orchestra's
Halloween

.
potential to provide
ience with an ave-
nderstanding," the
states. *
e audience knows
y, they are able to
ith a self-conceived <
of the narrative
g as the piece is
Dr. Ribando said.
nnial seasonal
"Night on Bald
n" will conclude
half of the concert.
Petrovich Mus-
s famous piece,


Thomas M. Fox. D.O.
William J. Markowski, M.D.
Larry R. Schatz, M.D.
Steven S. Donchey, M.D.
Rustin G. Sorensen, RA.-C


Dr. Larry Schatz and Rustin Sorensen, PA, with
Bluewater Orthopedics are now servicing the Crestview area.
Physician Medical Office Building, 550 W Redstone Ave., #200, Crestview.
FOR APPOINTMENTS, CALL 850-897-8081.
Accepting most insurances.


1950 Bluewater Blvd., #100


550 W. Redstone Ave., #200,


7720 Hwy 98 W., #200


www.bankccb.com
Andalusia Location Opp Location
225 East Three Notch Street 609 Florala Highway
COMMtihWFY BANK AndalusiaAL 36420 OppAL 36467
334.222.2561 334.493.2259


Crestview Location
1290 North Ferdon Boulevard
Crestview, FL 32536
850.682.0484

amAmummewmas a


Halloween concert features world premiere


TKKET INFORMATION
Tickets to the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra's Oct. 30 Halloween
Spooktacular are available for $22.50 for adults and $16 for children 18 and
yOUnger Ond Of6 OVailable by phone or online at 850-729-6000 or www.
mattiekellyartscenter.0rg. Visit www.nfsymphony.0rg. Active duty military may obtain
discounted $16 tickets at the door (limit four). The performance begins at 7:30 p.m.


Available now through March.

* Walk.Behind Mowers Residential


Rear Engine Riders, Lawn

Tractor, and Lawn & Garden

Tractors Residential


Compact Utility Tractors

.& Utility Tracted*s

Call or come by for details


5TINC Y


Kubeto.


WISE EquIPMENT SALES &, SERVICE


CREST VIEWII, Fl 32536


..IOHN DEERE









In s e with CHSb hallroom dan ce club


Community Arts CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Edigor

Benise: Nights of Fire!
OCT. 23 Thrill to Spanish guitarist Roni Benise in his Emmy
award-winning, electrifying, multi-cultural show. Backed by a stage
full of musicians and elaborately choreographed dancers, Nights
of Fire! captures world music at its best, with a show that appeals
to the hearts and souls of people of all ages, cultures and musical
backgrounds. Tickets are $30 each. Mattie Kelly Arts Center Artist
Series, Northwest Florida State College. For tickets andinforma-
tion, call the box offied at 850-729-6000 or visit
www.mattiekellyartscenter.org.

 COMMitt00 M00ting
OCT. 27 The north county committee oftheOkaloosa Arts
Alliance will hold its monthly meeting next'Itesday at the Crest-
view Public Library at 6 p.m. Among topics to be discussed is a '
community arts festival being considered for the beginning of 2010
involving local schools and artists. In addition to promoting local
arts events, the committee also oilers networking opportunities
among area artists and performers. All area artists, both visual and
performing, are invited topttend, as well as arts educators and arts
lovers. Membership in the OAA is not required. For information,
e-mail committee facilitator Rae Schwartz at bakerny@yahoo.com.
(110[05 BOWI-041100
OCT. 30 Come down to the Shoal River Lanes, 5204 S. .
Ferdon Blvd., from 2:30 4:30 p.m., when your strikes and spares
will benefit the Crestview High School Chorus' transportation fund

We will sell a
your home 9


;Haircut Specials













Panhandle

o (~HOPAEDICS


visit our


k.
IP


Patch
Proceeds To Benefit -
Baker School
Join Us Saturday, Oct. 24
For Free Food & Fun!
Baker Students Fill In This Portlon & Brlng With You To Our PumpkIn Patchl
Teacher's Name Grade 1
The Class With The Most Entries
Wins A Large Pumpkin & A Decorating Partyl
Tues. Sat. 9 a.m. 6 p.m.* Sun.1 p:m. 4 p.m.* Closed Mon.







4550 Kelly Mill Road Holt, FL
110 to Holt exit. Go north to Hwy.90. Turn left.
Take 2nd RIght (about 1.7 mlles) Follow our signs.
850-305-7019


. Lash & Brow Tint
, Waxing
Gift Certificates
Men's & Teen's Facials
Back Facials
Chemical Peels
Infrared SaunaWrap
M .Mn 2
151 Mary Esther Blvd., Ste 308A
Call US today 850.362.6226
one N00r so m no


0 ... SO
""



Panhandle
OR HOPAEDICS
Our Patients Are Always
Our First Priority


Arts & Entertainment


cresiview News Bulletin A71~


WednesdayOctober 21 2 9


"I like to dance, and I
thought it would be fun to
work with professionals," he
said.
Kody Lusk, Kevin Lusk's
son, has been in the club for
all three of his years at the
school. He is excited by the
large turnout this year.
"Last year it kind of
dwindled, but this year I'm
excited to see we're back up
in numbers," he said.
The 45-minute session
seems to fly right by. As the
kids break up for the day,
several return to the floor
with Gautreaux or instruc-
tor Scott Seip, a Crestview
High School alumnus him-
self, to perfect the steps they
learnedthatday.
.Col6n smiles to see an-
other generation of danced's
being groomed in his studio.
"Maybe some of them will
become instructors them-


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainnient Editor
Thursday afternoon, the
music cranked up at Crest-
view's Fred Astaire Dance
Studio.
Nearly a dozen couples
took to the dance floor and,
under the expert tutelage
of instructor Crickett Gau-
treaux, they were soon going
through the paces of basic
ballroom dance moves and
etiquette.
It was time for the weekly
meeting of the Crestview
High School ballroom dance
club, now in its third year.
The studio donates each
week's 45-minute gathering,
including the expertise of
its instructors. Last Thurs-
day was only the third time
the club has met this year,
so many of the high school
students are still getting the'


hang of ballroom dance.
"Because this group is
just getting started, first they
must coordinate the mind
with the body," explained-
studio owner and manager
David Col6n. "Then we can
start doing choreography.
Routines can come later."
Those who are dedicated
can dance in a spring show-
case, Col6n said. Last year
the club had several high
school students perform
as couples in a countrywide
dance showcase at the Hil-
ton Hotel in Destin.
The club's adviser, Crest-
viewHighSchoolchoralmu-
sic director Kevin Lusk, pe-
riodically heads out into the
midst of the swirling-bodies
to offer a little instruction of
his own. He didn't intend to
be the club's sponsor.
"They needed someone
to be a co-sponsor," Lusk ex-


planned. But when the other
faculty co-sponsor dropped
out after a week, the club's
sponsorship fell to him.
Crestview High School
seniors Moya Moore and
George DeShields paused
for a break and explained
how they joined the club.
"I've been in sports a lot,
and I wanted to try some-
thing new," Moore said.
DeShields, who has ex-
perience in hip-hop, tap and
ballet, just enjoys dancing.
Noticing the girls outnum-
bered the guys, I asked
DeShields if some guys are
intimidated being in the
dance club.
"I don't Imow," he an-
swered, as he headed back
out onto the floor. "I 1mow
I'm not!"
Kody Lusk, a junior, is
another who finds the club a
fun co-curricular activity.


BRIAN HUGHES | Crestriew News Bulletin
WANNADANCE:Crestview High Dance Club members
George DeShields and Moya Moore, both seniors,
learn new steps at last week's club gathering at the
Fred-Astaire Dance Studio.

selves someday," he said Crestview High School.
thoughtfully. Dance Club's gallery www.
For photos, see the crestviewbulletin.com.


for out of town performances and competitions, as well as its
upcoming spring trip to New York. For more information, call the
school's choral music program at 689-7328.
Chorus Halloween yard sale
OCT. 31 Pick up treasures and support the Crestview High
School Chorus at its yard sale, held at the school Halloween day
from 7 a.m. to noon. All proceeds benefit the 125-voice chorus'
transportation costs for out-of-town performances and its spring
trip to New York. Yard sale donations may be brought to the cho-
rus room prior to the.sale. Fbr more information, t*all the school's
choral music program at 689-7328.
FUll M000 IMilan hURting COM I
NOV 2 Relive the past with Blue Heron (Wah-ka-chobee), a
Seminole/CreekIndian.FarrisPowellpresentsauniquehistorical
impression of the Seminole warrior at the turn of the 19th century.
History comes to life in this authentic 1830s hunting camp the
clothing, weapons, tools, games, musical instruments and food.
This authentic southeastern Indian hunting camp will be held
outside under the full moon at the Crestview Robert L. E Sikes
Public Library on Monday, Nov 2 from 6-8 p.m. Park in the east
parking lot and follow the sounds of the Native American flute
played by Dale Palmer of the local dulcimer music group The
Pelican Pickers. Sample the Indian drink "soffkee" and pumpkin
fry bread.
Bring blankets or lawn chairs and dress appropriately for the
weather. (In case of rain the program will be held next door in
the Crestview Commimity Center.) The program is designed for
school-aged children through adults.
The library is located at 1445 Cominerce Dr. in north Crest-
view (behind the Post Office). Call 682-4432 for more information.


ASsist Sell
NEW ERA REALTY, LLC.



sit: NewEraHomeSales.con
Each Office Independently Owned and Operated
@2006-2009, Assist-2-Sell Inc.


Ir


* All garage doors rated to withstand
.
at 198St 140 mph winds
QUality SOfVICe f0f OVer

40 yea rs
F RE E ESTIMATES





Local BRIEFS


always online I www.crestviewbulletin.com


BERNINAe

ft

O ONE
October 17, 2009


.
11 &
.-


Hurry in for Great Pricing, Special Offers & Incredible Financing
Visjt Your Participating Dealer for Details


MULLIS EYE INSTITUTE

Call fbr an appointment


www.berninausa.com


I


CONSIGNMENTS



C ST UA ll

r LE

LC OF 0 TT YTEMS
C a -

CLOTHES, STROLLERS, TOYS, PAK N' PLAY,
CRIBS, BEDDING, SWINGS, HIGH CHAIRS,
BOOKS, AND MUCH MORE.
GREAT OTS OF DEALS!
Located on the corner of Hwy. 85 and P.j. Adams


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


A8 | Cresiview News Buletin


Howling fun for a cause
Don't leave Fido out of your Halloween celebration
next Saturday. Just because you'll be all dressed up in
your most spooktacular glad rags doesn't mean your
canine companion should be left out of the costume fun.
Curves for Women, a local fitness club, is hosting a
"Howl-O-Ween Bark for a Cure" dog costume contest
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31. The event
will take place at Curves' 775 N. Ferdon Blvd. location
(in Northview Plaza, the shopping center that includes
Azteca, Goodwill and the Crestview Cinema III).
In addition to the contest, Curves promises "ghoulish
games, freaky fun, ghastly prizes and frightening food."
Registration is just $10 registration fee. All proceeds
go directly to the American Cancer Society's Relay for
Life. Forms are available at Curves. The winner will be
the pooch that raises the most money for the relay.
For more details, call Curves for Women at 689-1899.


Hill graduates basic of Lackland
Air Force Airman 1st Class Jasmine
S. Hill graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an intensive,
eight-week program that included
training in military discipline and
studies, Air Force core values, physical
fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. .
Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits
toward an associate in applied science degree through
the Community College of the Air Force.


h is he t ofGToaomemy Ben eo Missouri
Hillis a 2007 graduate of Thurgood Marshalfligh
School, Missouri City.

Randall 0. McKee on duty
Air Force Airman 1st Class Randall O. McKee has
arrived for duty at Dover Air Force Base, Del.
McKee, an aircraft structural maintained, is assigned
to the 436th Airlift. He is the son of William and Sharon
McKee of Crestview. .
The airman is a 2007 graduate of Crestview High
School. .


.. FREE LECTURE!
Body-B-Healthy presents
a Garden of Life Founder
jordan Rubin!
Wednesday, October 21 at :00 PM A
Th* 6..00 adentralE3pa Ch..arch
s es.r, as
RSL Pm store or bi cathng 850-682-8893
lordan wdi be Calisingabour now to obtain and mamram
EXTRAORDINARY HEALTH!


- Un derr tnd the powrrrc o IW RAH ~ fd-
-Embrace the OfEANr of nealthi -
~ 4thlete helt~lh in sour BlONES-
-Leai n abour DK .ESTIONr & dtouricianoin-


*, j

ser unch run


Afomta~~Ir thmgh Satunrinl


Darren Payne, MD
* hil-Tune Medical
Director OI Nicallie

* IHears
Experience
*,\Enendl\and
Canng Personalill


rNst
Lee Mullis, MD
Over 25 Years
Experience
National Leader
in Painless No-Stitch
Cataract Surge
A Kind and
Friendly Way


Watch your savings


We Specialize in the Diagnosis
and Treatment ofEye conditions
Associated withqing, including:
CataractS
Droopy Eye Lids
Glaucoma
Retina Problems


Local


Free holiday
.

MOVIes star t




Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

The Crestview Cinema 3 will offer a free holiday
movie for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas,
beginning with the screening of "Aliens in the Attic"
on Saturday, Oct. 24.
The 1 p.m. matinee will be presented on a first-
come, first-served admission, said cinema manager
Devon Stoy, who reminded movie fans that the
eagerly anticipated Michael Jackson movie will open
soon at the local tri-plex.
Mll'Th 'H go I ewit e folks" Shtoye i T kets
office opens at 12.30 p.m. "I'll be surprised if we don't
have people lined up ahead of time," Stoy said.
For the Thanksgiving and Christmas movies,
which are yet-to-be announced, admission will be free
with a non-perishable food donation for a local food
bank, Stoy said. He said the free screenings are a way
to thank local movie fans for their patronage, and in
tough economic times, will offer a family the chance
to save on a family outing.
"It'll be cool," Stoy said.
Call the cinema office at 682-8156 for further
information.


Reported gas leak false alarm
A reported gas leak that resulted in the Friday
evacuation of businesses at a Crestview strip mall
turned out to be a false alarm.
Emergency crews responded at 12:45 p.m. Friday
to a call of a natural gas leak in Big Lots, located in the
Crestview Corners mall on State Road 85 south of the
Redstone Avenue intersection. .
Customers and employees from Big Lots and
neighboring businesses were evacuated while members
of the Crestview Fire Department investigated the
reported leak.
Employees-told firefighters that they smelled gas in
the store. .
Firefighters on scene determined the smell was
caused by a Freon leak in the store's cooling system.
Employees and patrons were allowed to re-enter the
stores after about a half an hour.


M*] IID BICE


,
.







Se me: loidi?:


Wednesday, October 21, 2(109 w w w. crestvie w bullet nc om Page I


Gators rested andre oratin


Thig pen, Lang ston lealdBSC to win


I:'~cl~.;c~_~;ia3~'I-'a!~F#'ls. W~T~r~J~FR;z~n~i~~'~aa~lllBIJ~R~~


Seto


ageols


eEDULE
Middle school cross country
Davidson, Shoal River at
County Championship at
Ruckel, 4 p.m.
Thursday
High school volleyball
Baker at Rocky Bayou
Christian, JV 5 p.m./V 6 p.m.
Middle school football
Davidson at Shoal River,
6:30 p.m.
Friday
High school football
Mosley at Crestview,7
p.m.
Baker at Holmes County,
7 p.m.
High school volleyball *
Pensacola Christian at
Laurel HillJV 5:30 p.m./V
6:30 p.m.
Crestview at GodbyTBA
Christian' Thomhave
Memorial Golf
Tournament
The Christian Thomhave
Memorial Scholarship Fund
Golf Tournament is set
uO Foxwood
/ -
Proceeds from the
annual tournament go to'
provide scholarships to
local students at Northwest
Florida State College.
The two-person lowball
tournament starts at noon
on Oct.23 with six flights in
the tournament. Flights will
be established according to
z sca abnedaphyingda lity.
each flight
fee fo th
touEr ent is r$34efor
Foxwood members arid $44
for n-men em.made

paya ble to Foxwood
Country Club.
For m9re information,
call B.).T e at 682-

AYA f dr un aiser
The Baker Area Youth
Association i hosti ah
raising wi e
grand priie being a deer hunt
in Kenacky valued a $2,000.
scheduled fbi- Nov. 15-19 in
Christian County, Ky., and

::-::':Ad g 0
in cash.
Raffle tickets are $20 each
or six for $100.
Drawing will be held O
24 at the BAYA game.You
do not need to be present
to win.
SOCKS annual golf
tournament
Save Our Cats and
Kittens (SOCKS) of Fort
Walton Beach, a 50 I (c)-
3 not-for-profit cat and
kitten shelter, is sponsoring
a golf tournament on
Saturday, Oct. 24, 2009, at
Fort Walton Beach Piries
Golf Course. Entry is $50
per person or $200 per
four-man team. Corporate
sponsorships are available
for $100 for sponsorship
only and $?75 for hole and
tearn eponsor.The format.
scramble (Florida Lowball).
Lunch will be served
from II a.m.to 12:15 p.m.
and a shotgun start at 12:30
p.m.
There will be door
prizes, awards for closest-
to-the-pin and an auction.
The entry deadline is -
Thursday, Oct. 22, or the
fir ny rmn are
available online at www.
saveourcatsandkittens.
com/golf, at the SOCKs
Thrift Store or the Shelter
at 498 Carmel Drive, Fort
Walton Beach. For more
information on the golf
tournament, please call Tim
Mills at 862-3094/240-9 II 2,
Leslie Gould 420-9062/337-
2332 or Cecil DeMonbrun
368-3682/650-5606-


Photos by ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulle"
PASS: Crestview quarterback Blake Ritchie fires off a pass earlier this season.
.
CTOSheW hopes to carry momentum mto game with Mosley


Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
Monday, the Crestview footbaH
team was still savoring the 21-17 win
ove e a e re any-
body forgets Blake Ritchie's 30-yard
game-winning touchdown pass to
B.J. McClure with 12 seconds left
in the game to give the Dawgs their
Br u h t ats a 8and now
the focus is squarely on this week's
District 2-4A game with Mosley.
Like it or not, in the four-team
&strict, two losses in district play
will likely thean spending the play-
offs watching from the stands.

ing teoD pa s s ecaom
them since I've been here," senior
offensive lineman Chase Boals said.
"It's a district game this yeat, and
since we fell to Fort Walton a couple
of weeks-ago, this is a must-win
game for its."


DEFENSE: Crestview's C'ody Swenbeck takes down~a Catholic runner


Jimior tight end Allen Caldwell
said the Bulldogs were relaxed and
concentrated on having fun against
the Panthers despite coming off a
tough 23-20 overtime district loss to
Fort Walton Beach.


"It worked at Milton, so we
just have to go out and have fun,"
Caldwell said. "Milton helped a lot
.because they were 5-0, and now we

Spe CREST VIEW B2


annN uann I crestnew vews nuuetm


"Nobody's really given up (on the
season). Every week, everyone is
just trying harder and working to-
ward (the first win). Weave a real
good chance this week."
The Blue Devils (1-5, 1-4) will line


up in a spread and, well, spread the
ball around, bitt the Baker defense
might just throw a new wrinkle oi'
two at the Holmes County offense,

See BAKER B2


Another former Gator,
Cameron Domangue, had a
solo tackle from his clefen-
sive backfield position as
Birmingham-Southern im-
proved to 3-3.
Crestview graduate
Matt Sanders, a redshirt
freshman offensive lineman
for Clemson, saw action as


the Tigers upended Wake
Forest 38-3.
Former Bulldog offen-
sive lineman Tyler Reeves
didn't play as Huntingdon
College beat Westminster
(Mo.) 53-34.
James Wilkerson and
his Jacksonville State team-
mates had the week off.


Staff reports

A pair of former local
players came up big Satur-
day in Birmingham-South-
ern's 35-28 win over Austin
(Texas).
Former Crestview quar-
terback Joe Thigpen was
14-28 passing for 2:15 yards


and two touchdowns and
picked up 59 yards rushing
and a touchdown. Thigpen
finished the day with 294
.yards in total offense for the
Panthers.
Thigpen connected with
former Baker star Da-
vid Langston for his first
touchdown pass 75 seconds


into the game. Thigpen hit
Langston with a short pass.
Langston broke a tackle and
then motored 59 yards in for
the score.
Thigpen and Langston
teamed up on six passes
good for a 140 yards. Langs-
ton ended the day with 152
all-purpose yards.


~ ::.;7~'~.risa.~,-~ja~L~'I ~Xi~i~'~rQ~;~fP.I':'TC~ PE ~':~R*Tl~?r~Wl~js~~.~Fu~.~pjrWIBT~:lh' +


SP~S


Great expeltttions for the


Bulldog


. win the


1/.1



legentlS
I'llbe the first to admit
that under all the years of
being a sports writer lies
the heart of a Gulf Breeze
Dolphin.
And, as the old saying
goes, "My two favorite .
teams are Gulf Breeze and
whoever beats Milton."
This week my second
favorite team is definitely
the
Crestriew
Bulldogs
after they
upended
the
Panthers
21-17.
NORTH END Anyone
ZONE that has
Randy Dickson been
around
high school football in
NorthwestFloridafor
niore than a couple of
years knows that, rightfully
or wroney so, milton is as
famous for the proverbial
home cooking calls
from the officials as my
hometown is for being a
d tra
spee p. th
Brs i4 temaseif the
officiating in Milton was
upe Ps ut ad
up the game's first score
in less than traditional
As of bled snap on what
was to be a punt attemlit
ended up turning into a
33-yard touchdown pass
from Casey Freeman to
Dustin Harscher. The
Bulldog coaching staff was
d alMth h net had
a chance to ask them yet,
Pm guessing they thought
the Panthers should have
been flagged for having
ineligible men down field.
knowaMilt dideluwe
scrimmage on the play
as they were releasing

::::=8::..
should have thrown a flag
for the infraction. But in
fairness to the officials, 1
really don't know where
Harscher was when he
caught the ball. If he was
in the backfield, then the

," g igd infield
*Fortunately for the
Bulldogs, the controversial
non-callbecame a
non-issue. And neither
was what appeared to
be a costly Crestview
fumble that the Panthers
recovered with fewer than
three thinutes in the game.
With the Bulldogs
needing the ball one more
time to have a shot at.
victory, the defense played
like a pack ofjunkyard
Dawgs in turning back the
Phanth d setting up
The Bulldogs got the
ball back trailing 17-14 with
55 seconds left in the game
and 42 fards of real estate

See DKKSON B2


Baker s football team

takes on Holmes

10Unty after bye week

Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com

BAKER After six tough games to
open the regular season, the Baker
football team finally had an open
date last week.
Now the Gators are hoping to
notch their first ivin of the season
as they travel to Holmes County to
take on the Blue Devils in a District
1-1A game.
The Gators (0-6, 0-5) remain up-
beateas they prepare fbr this iveek's
ga We've had two weeks to prepare,
so it's going to help us a lot men-
tally," Gator senior Dakota Hooper
said. "Last iveek gave us a week to
recover from sprains and stuff like
that





AFTER HOURS CLEANING
Home Office Janitorial Service


BraghCT n Pet

would like to announce
we will be moving soon
to our new facity at
L 10 10th Avenue, Shalimar
by the Shalimar Libray.


DIRECTORS
George Whitehur hct od Andy Powell

BrenJodaAnero


AUTO INSURANCE &
MAJOR MEDICAL
INSURANCE ACCEPTED

7@t!WE IM IWW,


Did you know that the State of Florida requires all children entering
school and daycare must be up to date on all irnrnunizations and physical?

CRESDIEW
PEDIATRICS AND
OLESCENT CENTER
Board Certified Pediatrician
Joseph P. Peter MD FAAP Pamela Sims, ARNP


~b%0~) 6XQC3~5 1 Q)CI~


Sports


wednesday, October 21, 2009


B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


"They throw the ball a lot,"
Hooper said. "We are mixing up
our defense, and maybe that will
confuse them some, and we can
slow them down a little."
Hooper expects Holmes County
to line up in a 50 defense that will
use five linemen and two lineback-
ers.
"If we can just run (offensive-
ly) what we've been running, we
should be successful," he said.
Baker coach Bob Kellogg said
the off week came at the perfect
time.
"For us, it came at a great time,"
he said. "We faced the big three, as
I call them (South Walton, North-
,view and Bozeman), in a row, and
we were beat up somewhat. I feel
like we are going to get everybody
back, and we will be healthy."
The teams should match up
fairly well in the number of players
on each squad.
"I think the playing field should


be level this week," Kellogg said.
"They have about the same num-
her of kids as we do.
"Our problem is going to be
stopping their quarterback (se-
nior Jomar Concepcion). They've
got a quarterback a lot like our
quarterback last year (Cameron
Domangue) who is probably their
offense."
The Blue Devils opened their
game with the Gators last year in
a Wing-T offense, but late in the
game moved into the spread and
have stuck with it throughout this
season.
"They are ,two wide (receiv-
ers) to both sides, and they throw
it more than they run it," Kellogg
said. "When they run it, they want
the quarterback to run it. And if
they don't run it with him, they
give it to No. 5 (Brandon White),
who lines up next to him (Concep-
cion).
. "The quarterback is probably


their best athlete. He's as good as
anyone we've seen as far as an ath-
lete."
Kellogg said the Gator offense
has to hold onto the football and
control the game so they can keep
Conception off the field. The Gator
coach likes his team's chances of
coming out with a win if they can
controltheball-
Kelloggpointedoutthatthesea-
son for the Blue Devils has pretty
much mirrored Baker's season,
with one exception-
"They are kind of up ant) down,"
he said. "They are a lot like us,
but they got a win against Ver-
non. They've been in some close
onels they equld have won, but they
didn't.
"I think it's a good matchup
We had a good off week as far as
preparation, so we are ahead in the
game. We've just got to go through
the same routine this week, so we
will get our first win."


are 4-2. .
"We did beat a good team,
' but now we can't slack off
in practice. We have to stay
strong. This week, we just
have to get our stuff together
and go out there and do what
we do best."
Mosley will always be a
specialgamefor Caldwell.
"Lastyearweplayedthem,
and I remember that game
very well because that was my
first touchdown," he said.
There's another thing
Caldwell hasn't forgotten
about the Dolphins (3-2, 0-1).
"I still remember they
have the biggest lineback-
ers," he said with a laugh. I
Bulldog coach Matt
Brunson believes the late-
game rally was a reflection of
how the team has practiced
and played throughout the
season. -
"Our kids have practiced
well for two weeks and have
playedwell,"hesaid."Wemade
a play at the end of the game to
win it, and we hope it carries
over, and maybe we will have
some success in the district"
Brunson has come to ex-
pect good things from Ritchie
with the game on the line.
"Blakemadeaplayagainst
Fort Walton Beach on the last
play of the game to help us
win labt year," Brunson said.
"Blake made some plays on
the last drive against Wash-
ington last year to help us
win that game.
"He's been in that situa-
tion. He's a very heady play-
er, and he did a good job."


If Ritchie was one of the of-
fensive heroes in the win over
Milton, then the same could
be said of Levi Hendrix on the
defensive side of the ball.
Hendrix had a fumble re-
covery, an interception and
two quarterback sacks to go
along with eight tackles.
. Hendrixmissedlastyear's
game with Mosley because
of an injury, but he's hoping
to turn in another big game
against the Dolphins.
"Hopefully, we will play
the same way we did against
Milton," he said. "Hopefully,
we'll have a big game against
Mosley, also."
Hendrix admits that play-
ers were down after the loss
to the Vikings, but in handing
the Panthers their first loss,
the excitement is back in the
Bulldog camp.
"This (the win over Mil-
ton) brings us up a lot," he
said. "It raised everybody's
spirits, so we can keep going
and, hopefully, be able to play
Niceville for a shootout. It
brought everybody back up.
"Everybody is feeling a
whole lot better after that
disappointing loss (to Fort
Walton Beach)."
Boals said the expecta-
tions are high as they get
ready for the Dolphins.
"Friday we expect to win,"
he said. "We expect to come
out and execute on both sides
of the ball. We expect to lie
fundamentally sound.
"And, as always, in front of
our home crowd, we expect
to come out with a W (win)."


DICKSON from page.B1
scattered with 11 hungry Panthers between them
and the end zone.
A 12-yard completion from Blake Ritchie to Artis
Coleman moved the ball to the Panther 30. Two
incomplete passes followed.
Facing a third-down and 10 with fewer than 20
seconds left in the game, Ritchie and B.J. McClure
forever etched their names in the history of
Crestview football folklore. .
Ritchie remained cool under pressure, scrambling
to his right to avoid the Panther rush. Just when it

1 '


looked as if Ritchie would step out of bounds to stop
the clock and set up a game-tying field goal attempt,
he spotted McClure, who had drifted into the flat.
Ritchie ripped a pass back across his body to
McClure, who was alone at the 10; McClure was
in the end zone by the time the Panther defenders
recovered.
Time will tell if the win over the Panthers will
propel the Bulldogs to greater heights this year.
But Friday at Milton, the Bulldogs flexed their
muscles and came away with a well-deserved win.


850-974-2389


850-682-4685


With the passing of another yeas we rdlect on the events that changed our
lives--some of thern good, but for some, the& have been better years.
Fortunately, time has a way of healing, and letting us go fonvard-a promise
of better years to coine. Whatever last year brought you, we want you to know
our family's thoughts are with you for a healthy and happy new yeat


BRACKNEY
FUNERAL SERVICE
480 E. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32539
(850) 683-9898
Locally owned and operated


Flu season is here!

Please call and schedule an appointment today!


* Same Day Sick Visit Appointments
* School & Sports Physicals/Immunizations
* ADHD Evaluation and Treatment
* Obesity Screening
* Asthma Education and Treatment
* Minor Surgical Procedures


* 24 Hour Nurse Triage
* Special Immunizations for
Premature.Bables Synagis
* Newborn Checks
* Newborn Circumcisions
Up to 30 Days Old


CRESTVIEW from page 81


BAKER from pane 81


.


(311 CTIC


We are now
Prefer red Providers
PPO of Blue Cross
Blue Shield


ig (






: BAYA FOBALL


All Americah Insurance & Financial
-.. Services is an independent agency with
many top 16ted carriers. We hade many
trusted HOME and AUTO.companibs to
. shop and compare for your insurance
needs. Call us for on insurance review.
g
" "


iPhotos by CINDY CARROLL I Special~to the News Bulletin


-


All.AMERICAN
. INSURANCE -
AAlFS.COM & FINANOIAl. SERVICES


850.689.2260
424 W. Hwy 90, Crestview www.adivasps.com


cresiview News Bulletin I B3


Local


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


r"""""""""~""""~d~"""*""~..1


HAD0F Thi hd-off le~~"~43"k:~e6ad ~ to a touchdown


SLIPIN BY EvnCade lp fo h rs fa rsve eed


QB KEEPER: Logan Richmon
runs the ball on a
quarterback keeper for
the Baker Gators.


DAWG RUN: A Bulldo FREE TIRE ROTATION
9 I WITH A PURCHASE OF AN OIL CHANGE
U ing GC9tU Up VVE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS
during the Dawgs' loss to I & WE HAVE NITROGEN!
Contact jonathan Mullins, Service Manager 682-2708
the 1 1- a nd 1 2-yea r-old Coupon must be presented at time of purchase Expires July 31, 2009.
Gators.


CallAgentsJason
Tien or Jdnn/fer T/en
.
For your Comparison
AUTO
HOME

,WOATTORCCYAC E
BUSINESS
COM MERCIAL


Presentation by
Dr. Christopher M. Dress,
Board Certified Plastic &
Reconstructive Surgeon
accompanied by
A Breast Cancer survivor


Participating Communi*
Vendors include:
Body B Healthy
Baron Tea House
Personal Fitness Trainers
Pink junebug
And More


Donation '


G~lSCOGMAC Metndo~ta DAI RYLAND
autornsuranne ns ane uu;e A.T"O


r


$lira*


PAMPER ME

Pink Par ty
A Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser ,
AM donations will be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation
Thursday, October 29th, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

A rught of Free Fun, Food,
Prizes and Services!
Register to win a FREE Laser
Hair Removal Package!

Foot "Smoothie" Delights Foot Massages
Paraffin Dips Chair Massages One Minute Manicures
Jane Iredale Professio'nal Makeup Artist will be providing
free makeovers with live demonstrations

MUST WEAR PINK


WIE HAVUE MAN6Y COMPANIES TO SHOP AND COMPARE!


4 BRISTOL WEST
--





I


8


Ysos ?
Call before it occurs again!!
.
Call 850-664-2310 Today


FREE LECTURE!


Body-B-Healthy presents
Garden of Life Founder

jordan Rubin
Wednesday, October 21 at 7:00 PM
The R.0.C.at Central Baptist Church
951 5. Ferdon Blvd


jordan will be talking about how to obtain and maintain
EXTRAORDINARY HEALTH!


Lifetime Income Opportunities Recoup Marker Losses
Federal Employee Benefit Updates
CALL 664-2310 For Dates & Locations
348 Miracle Strip Pkwy-Suite 23
Fr. Walton Beach -




DiversiBed-Life. Inc.
In nance and Fenancral Serraces


li na w

yOur rights



It's your money and its legal.
Save money on your repair, up tc

$500 on your deductible.
SAME WARRANTY SAME RENTAL SAME REPAIR
FREE PICK UP & DELIVERY

HERE
NO COST TO THE CUSTOMER


~


LOC8)


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


B4 I Cresiview News Bulletin


. atin de Sa 1sa
by the Florida Fish and
I ssionConservation
These guides can also
be picked up at the local
UF-IFAS extension office.
In Florida, we have great
Hashing all year round. It
is a great pastime for the
entire family and one that
can be enjoyed for years
to come
Make a point to try out
some fishing this winter
season.
Brooke Saari works
with Sea Grant Marine
Science and Natural Re-
sources at the University
of Florida IFAS Okaloosa
County Extension. For
more information on ma-
rine science and natural
resources information,
email or call bsaari@ufl.
edu or 689-5850.
The University of
Florida-IFAS Extension
belong to "The Founda-
tion for the Gator Nation"
an Equal Opportunity In-
stitution.


seenM' :'sulletin
The idea of requiring
a license and flowing
regulations is not a new
concept in the history of
Florida fishmg. .
Fishing regulations
became a standard in
Florida as early as 1855
with the banning of haul
seines .in freshwater.
Regulations are based on
scientific information to
help create safe and sus-
tainable freshwater and
saltwater fish populations
to ensure fishing oppor-
tunities for current and
future generAtions. The
money collected from li-
censes is used to fund re.
search, management and
law enforcement of our
water bodies,
The U.S. Congress, in
2007, established a na-
tional- registry for salt-
water angling. The Na-
tional Saltwater Angler
Registry requires people
fishing in federal waters,
or those fishing for anad-


UPCOMING EVENTS
Oct. 22 Holiday Showcase, Fort Waltori
Beach Extension Annex, 6-8p.m.
Oct. 28 Plant Clinic, Fort Walton Beach
Extension Annex, 10 a.m. 1p.m.
Oct. 29 Peslicide Class. Crestview, call
689-5850.


Northwest Florida State
College will hold a series
of information sessions,
"NWFSC The Basics:
What You Ideed to Know to
Begin College" for new and
prospective students Nov.
12 at the Niceville canipus,
on Nov. 17 at the Chautau-
qua Center in DeFlmiak
Springs, and on Nov. 19
at the Fort Walton Beach
campus. All sessions will
run from 6 p.m. to 7:30
p.m.
Information about
NWFSC, the admissions
process, financial aidspro-
grams of study: including
bachelors and associate
degrees and certificate
programs, will all be avail-
able. Those interested in
starting at NWFSC in the
upcoming spring term are
especially encouraged to
attend. The Niceville cam-
pus session will be held in
the College Mall Gallery in
Building K, the Chautau-
qua Center session will be
held in Building 1, Room
154, and the Fort Walton
Beach campus session will
be held in the Administra-
tion Building 1, Room 126.
NWFSC Student Ser-
vices staff and Academic
Advisors will be available
to provide prospective
students with individual


assistance to fill out admis-
sions and residency forms,
provide placement testing
information, and answer
questions. Academic de-
partment directors and in-
- structors from select pro-
grams of study as well as
NWFSC Career Center and
Student Activities staff will
also be available to provide
information. .
Financial aid staff will
be available at each ses-
sion to answer questions
about scholarships, grants,
loans and other financial
aid concerns. Financial
aid is based on individual
need, educational costs,
availability of funds, and in
soyne cases, merit. NWF-
SC offers among the lowest
college tuition in Florida
and a comprehensive stu-
dent financial aid program.
Northwest Florida State
College has an open-door
policy foi' admissions and
there is no fee to submit
admissions forms. The col-
lege is now accepting new
students for the spring
term that begins in Janu-
ary. For details on North-
west Florida State College
and "NWFSC-the Basics"
please visit www.nwfec.
bdu or call coordinator of
Recruitment Maddie Fri-
cano at 729-6467.


romous species, to obtain
a federal heense on top
of their state license re-
quirements. An anadro-
mous fish refers to those
species that spend most
their lives at sea but mi-
grate into fresh or brack-
ish water to spawn, which
include many Florida fish
such as sheepshead and
mullet.
The exemption to this
federal requirement is if
a state can show that it
has license coverage ade-
quate for proper monitor-
ing of recreational fisher-
ies. In order to meet that
exemption, beginning
Aug. 1, Florida enacted a
state license requirement
for resident saltwater
anglers fishing from the


shoreline or a structure
(dock) fixed to a shore-
line.
-This shoreline fishing
license does not cover
fishing from watercraft,
however a watercraft
saltwater fishing license
will cover shoreline fish~
ing. With this low cost li-
cense requirement, only
$9, Florida residents are
now exempt from need
ing a federal license that
would have been required
in addition to the state li-
cense requirements-
There are some ex-
emptions to this shoreline
license.- check into this
before yop purchase.
Additional informa-
tion can be found in the
current Florida Fishing


hour before the show and the com-
munity is invited.
The drama is set in nine differ-
ent scenes and depicts events after
tragic deaths of loved ones. This@is
a joint effort presentation between
the membership of First Bap-
tist and an Arizona-based drama


group. The production has been
presented in all 50 states,, Canada,
Mexico, and literally. around the
world.
The drama is open free to the
public; there will be an optional of-
fering received. For more informa-
tion, call 682-2544.


- OKt


Week (

s On Soc. Sec.
dates
ives


Topics:


~Understand th'e power of RAW foods~


Safe Mloney Staraegies


Reduce Taxe


The area's best place to buy
-for over 50 years!'
Convenient Financing!
luilitary Discounts!
80,000 square feet of showroom!
Special Custom Orders Welcome!
Discount Pricing!




,),, ,,,,,,7,,, ,


.
BROYHILL BEDROOM


$8 99

roy hiU close-out bedrpom
includes triple door dresser.
mirror, rught stand and queen
headboard, footboard and
rails Chest not available.


L sten to our show every Wednesday,4 to 7 p.m.on 98.1,TheTicket.





HAD AN ACCIDENT? CALL US FIRST
Two locations to better serve you.
956 W.James Lee Blvd.* 70 I S. Ferdon Blvd.
4 g p. g.. my
OO D DI
Ed Lowe Owner


1220 MLK Expressway, Andalusia, AL


Saltwater shoreline anglers license requirement


NWVFSC "The


"HOOVen S GateS, Hell s Flames drama openmng at local church


. Special to the (restview Bulletin ,
First Baptist Church of Crest-
view is presenting the drama
"Heaven's Gates, Hell's Flames"
on Sunday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m., and
Monday and Tuesday, Oct.;26 and
27, at 7 p.m. The doors open one


r


O


,


~F'T~I~LQ_




y, L-~-


&


ememld cust.

8
YOUR FLORIDA FREEDOM CLASSIFIED CONNECTION
so. Gws s..s si n Log Grse iew News Bulatin Wailan Sun The Star Holmes County Times c ertiser a glori Co News Santa Rosa3 eas ane a Times


WE'RE AVAILABLE 24/7
for all of your buying and selling needs.
1


_I __~________


f"~-X""-*"~X"CI"X~


car truckscs
houses
rentals
garage sales
pets
furniture
appliances
I I
J 1
- instruments
property
boats
electronics
motorcycles
services


Visit Us Onlime:


_


s deifissalC


crestview News Bulletin asB


Wednesday October 21 20 9


COVERING MILTON TO APALACHICOLA


TO PLACE AN AD


T






Call Us:
850.638.0212
850.638.4242 850.547.9414

OR


,hY k


.
Ext
Golde
* Hun9TY ,
e Deter

g
we of ?er
commise
Your a
commis
axvo<


ii I


Kent


find & Post
job related items:
> resumes & career opportunities < .
relevant to the Florida panhandle

To place an ad, call 800.345.8668 or go to
em erald coasf f obs.com/m onster


121


1 ` ~ i:


BUY ALMOST








| Crestview
ews u etn


b


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


1100 | 1100
LEGAL # 120393 LAOMINNG PARTIES
NOTICE OF SALE THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
Pursuant to Section HEREIN NAMED AINDIL
t7hl3 75 Flonda aSt ul DEFENDANT(S) WHO
auction November 17, ARE NOT KNOWN TO
2009 at 8:00am for the BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
following described ve. WHETHER SAID UN-
hicles: KNOWN PARTIES MAY
2000 Ford VIN# CLAIM AN INTEREST
1FAFP34P6YW202404 AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
2003 Ford Sport Trac DEVISEES, GRANT-
VIN#1FMZU67E73UBO63 EES, OR OTHER
25 CLAIMANTS
f auctiu6 ys LAST KNOWN AD-
Ave. Crestview FI DRESS: U N
6.IncS hs the to KNOWN
to furn down any and CURRENT ADDRESS:
all bids UNKNOWN
10/21/2009 YhT anA tionNOTIFIED

LEGAL # 120394 c sefo own epe
NOTICE OF SALE oriOKALOOSA County,

lursuantFlor aSt sn O UMP3
there willN be aberpubl c CORDING TO THE
0 oat 8: for the OC RDAT MINI U
following described ve- THEREOF, AND ALL

FALP5205TA23F d DME NT
01 Dodge C D S IN OFFICIAL
VIN#2Ba6UI-IB11'/51K536 26 ,EPAGEd647N AOND

held at 861 W James B KL 2672FIEC
e Bly C tvir rant B IC A COORFDS T

turn down any and all OR OSA TOCGO ER
WITH AN UNDIVIDED
INTEREST IN THE
10/21/2009 AOPMPM NR T TAE S

Legal #120389 THERETO, AS SET
FORTH IN THE DEC-
NOTICE OF SALE LARATION OF CON-
DOMINIUM. TO-
In accordance with GETHER WITH ANY
Florida Statues, Keep- AND ALL AMEND-
safe Storage, located MENTS TO THE DEC-
at 101 Hospital Drive, LARATION AND ANY
Crestview, Florida will UNDIVIDED INTEREST
offer for sale to the IN THE COMMON ELE-
highest bidder the MENTS OR APPURTE-
.household and other NANCES THERETO
goods stored in the be-
low listed units. Said has been filed against
goods are to be sold to you and you are re-
recover the rents not quired to serve a copy
paid by the tenants. of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
E03-William Courtney before 11/19/2009, on
B08-Jose Duarte Florida Default Law
B23-Norman Morris Group, P.L., Plaintiffs
attorney,, whose ad-
The sale shall take dress is 9119 Corpo-
place on October 28, rate Lake Drive, Suite
2009 At 10:00 a.m. @ 300, Tampa, Florida
KeepSafe Storage. 33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
10/14/09 ther before service on
10/21/09 Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter;
LEGAL#120390 otherwise a default will
be entered against you
IN THE CIRCUIT for the relief demanded
COURT OF THE in the Complaint or pe-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- tuition.
CUIT This notice shall be
IN AND FOR published once each
OKALOOSA COUNTY week for two consecu-
FLORIDA tive weeks in the Crest-
CIVIL ACTION CASE view News Bulletin.
NO:46-2009-CA-004830 WITNESS my hand and
FILENCi-FO9082128 the seal of this Court
on this 5 day of Octo-
ber, 2009.


| 1100
In the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and
Seal of this Court on
this 14 day of October
2009.
Don W. Howard
CLERK OF COURT
BY: K Brown
Deputy Clerk
10/21/09
10/28/09
11/04/09
11/11/09
LEGAL#120387

ON S, OF UN
SERVICES PRO-
POSAL REVIEW COM-
MITTEE AND BOARD
ETINGSUPERVISORS
HERITAGE PLANT.
EOLN COMMUNITY D

t ce is hereby given
to all landowners within
pr unity aen n
ment District (the

s ce
aac s approxima ly 913
ao eCNourtnh sidFlor
Helms sidfarmof RS

e65, anndeSouthn of
tinadvisingand ner
* will be held for the pur-
.pose of electing three
supervisors.
' DATE: November 12,
2009 TIME:1:00 p.m.
(CST) PLACE: Robert
L. F. Sikes Public Lt-
brary 1445 Commerce
Drive Crestview, FL
32539
Each landowner may
vote in person or by
written proxy. Proxy
forms may be obtained
upon request at the of-
fice of the District Man-
ager, c/o Rizzetta &
Company, 120 Richard
Jackson Blvd, Suite
220, Panama City
Beach, FL 32407,
850-334-9055, during
normal business hours-
At said meeting, each
landowner or his or her
proxy shall be entitled
to cast one vote per
acre of land owned by
him or her and located
within the District for
each person to be
elected. A fraction of
an acre shall be treated
as one acre. The acre-
age of patted lots shall
not be aggregated for
determining the num-
ber of voting units .held
by a landowner. .
Immediately following
the Landowners meet-
ing there will be con-
vened a meeting of the
Audit Committee of the
District for the purpose
of reviewing, discuss-
ing and evaluating the
proposals submitted in
response to the RFP for
Audit Services. Follow-
ing the Audit Commit-
tee meetirig, there will
be convened a regular
meeting of the Board of
Supervisors ("Board")
of the District for the
purpose of considering
certain organizational
matters of the Boairl to
include election of cyr-
tain District officers
""is ot smh pbrud
erly come before the
Board. The meetings
are open to the public
and will be conducted
in accordance with the
La f rnsComun o7ea
velopment Districts. A
copy of the agenda for
these meetings can be
obtained from Rizzetta
& Company, 120 Rich-
ard Jackson Blvd, Suite
220, Panama CitY
Beach, FL 32407-
,There may be an occa-
sion where one or more
supervisors will partici-
pate by telephone. At



son can attend the
meeting at the above

odnta ndg pia se
ther in person or by tel-
ephone communica-
tion. Either or both the
landowners meeting or
Board of Supervisors
meeting may be contin--

2 facea tod e, tprn ,
fiedh andthe record at
csu t provisions
of the Americans WIth
Disabilities Act, any
person niquiring spe-
cial accommodations
to participate In this
hearing is asked to
intact thebD r 5 if-
at least 48 hours before




it nta9 -8 0
A person who decades
to appeal any decision
hde reec heto Bard
n a as o' a


geol g $vised

atorTrtsontt tl ne
ingly, the person may
need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
Including the testimony
and evidence upon
which the appeal is to
be based,
Pete Williams
Dlittlet Manager
10/21/2009
10/28/2009


1100
AUBURN WATER SYS-
TEM, INC.
DOUG SIMS, GEN-
ERAL MANAGER
10/17/09

Legal # 100894
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR.
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLO DA. NO


KNRTE:ESTATENOF:
COMER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-

The administration of
the estate of KEITH

tSh c tC o r
Pd roosbaaCe I io r
the address of which is
1250 North Eglin Parik-
way 10 eoxunty


579 se names and
Rthe ee

ney are set forth below.

do t oth rep
sors ha nagela s or
decedent's estate, in-
cludi matured,
n s m
a copy of this notice Is
served, must file their .
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEIVI.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cludin unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, mustille
their claims with the
Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE '
ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS T SO
FILED WILL E FOR-
EVER BARRED,
GEORGE A. COMER
Personal Representa-
tive
256 Rainbow Lane
Freeport, Florida
32439
MICHAEL A. JONES
ESQ
POST OFFICE BOX
947
NICEVILLE, FL
32588-0947
850-729-7440
Florida Bar No. 332471
Attome for Personal
Representative
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice Is


| 1100 |
October 21, 2009.
10/21/09
10/28/09


Legal # 100895
IN THE CIRCUIT
GOURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2009 DR
005915S DIVISION
JOHN T BROWN
ROHIT CHANDOK
Petitioner'
and
VIBHA CHANDOK,
Respondent.

NO O T Ng
OF MARRIAGE
TO I A ANDFOK

T FOORT WAL-
TON BEACH, FL.
32547

h tUaARaEct EbDeen
ar requ r

r dRe0fe sf ny,
CHANDO whose ad-

BSE CFH FTLW2A5 7
a or0beforedN ember .
original with the clerk of
this Court at 1250 N.
ELgl nd7 Sohalima
ice on Petitioner or im-
mediately themafter. If
you fall to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
agaInst you for the re-
IIef demanded in the
petition.
Copies of alicourt
documents in this
case, including
orders re available
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
quest.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. ( You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Rorida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office,
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, required certain
automatic disclosure
of documents and In-
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctionsIncluding
dismissal or striking
of pleadings.
10/21/09
10/28/09
11/04/09
11/11/09


1100
Legal # 100893
PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75, Florida Statues,
there will be a public
au0c on 1 /0t3h/20 Ilo
ing vehicles
2008 Honda Civic
V i n #
2HGFA16598H524725
The auction will be held
at 956 W James' Lee
v5 6, CCr sst Pai
& Body has the right to
turn down any and all

10/21/2009

Legal # 100897
NOTICE TO BID
Skanska USA Bldg Inc.
& Lor h dos dd r

process for the new
terCo equaled
proposal info. may be

0 ede b atsaka
mO/ 1(404) 946-7535.
1

11/04/09

I.egal # 100898
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, FIRST JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FO OMOLO A
CASE NO.:
2009-DR-3508-S

IN6RE: The Marriage of
J SEPHINE POWELL,
Petitioner/ Wife,
and
.
GREGORY K. POW-
ELI.,
Respondent/ Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Gregory K. Powell
Last known address:
PSC 3 BOX 3347, apo
ap 96266
Present Addreqs: Un-
known.
.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action for disso-
lution of damage has
been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if,
any, to:
STEPHEN J. RYAN,
ESQUIRE
RISEN & RYAN
436 Green Acres Road
Ft. Walton Beach, FL
32547
ATTORNEY FOR PETI-
TIONER
on or before November
25,2009andfilethe
original with the Clerk
of this Court at the
Okaloosa County
'Courthouse Annex.
Shalimar, Florida either
before service on
Petitioner's attomey or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded


Ellie's Home Daycare
Mon-Fri 6:30 5:30
FT Openings available
Call 850-689-8540
Little Sainte Family

y amgetRe s d
@83- 2 r 5PI ase
.



Honest & Dependable
Lady will clean your
houses/apts, specialize
in m utsIII Refs


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

tr at im rn p&irgind
Jobs. Reasonable rates.
Free estimates call
Scott 305-2956


Mike Golles Painting
Int., Ext., pressure
w sihl lic & Is -

Sr. ci68e dic34nts.


ANNDUNCEMENTs
1100 Lenal Advertisino
1110 Classified Naticos
1120 lan iceas{s
1125 Carpools &
Rideshare
1130 Adoptions
1140 Happy Ads
onals
1170 Found

1100

ega 100889
NOTICE OF APPLICA,
TION FOR TAX DEED'
2009 TD000279 C
Notice is hereby given
t ath otf e)o e

ddcertificatbefor asuTe
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-

h tb ha d d
r fo wthe prop-
C icate # 3138 t

Description: Com NE

NE1 ONB
dWe653.67 W ft S7
deg E440 ft N87 deg
E266.8 ftto POB
23-0000-0042- ID#:
0000 Opening Bid.
$226,052.77
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
Iaw the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Novem-
ber 18, 2009
Dated this 9th day of












jag a gypsys

at gy

age pS
.


*

crestviewbullean m


rAble Conce tee



Concrete WorrveDon
si owal ,s, patio coarEv
Lic. Is r, Call J.D.




Affordable home repair,
Improvements, and
maintenance. 682-1 963
or 259-7285


10/14/09
10/21/09



Legal # 100894
ADVERTISEMENT
FOR BIDS

Separate sealed BIDS
fo thelEXIST PI,
MENT will be received
by the AUBURN
WATER SYSTEM, INC.
until 2:00 p.N vemob

24F20TO EatW EROF
thisBlt e receive

M D e a
withdraw a BID within
tedays af r thbac I
thereof

es t ,k ion eeProje
construction of:

iE ul\lO. 175B A w
W II, a cI In s
c ons t n te de8p
1 outecasias-
and column pipe,
screens, vertical turbine
Peump, pi g,%chem
house, electrical con-
trols, site work, testing,
and all associated ap
purtenances necessary
to complete the work'
All work for WELL NO.
1 shall be completed
within 180 consecutive
calendar days.
Bidding Requirement?'
Contract Forms, Spect-
fications, Drawings,
and other Contract
Documents may be ex-
amined during normal
business hours at the
following: (1) Auburn
. Water System, Inc.,
3097 Locke Lane'
Crestview, Florida
3 2 5 3 6 7 2 2 7 ,
850-682-3413, and (2)
Peters Municipal Asso-
clates, Inc., 300 North
Foster Street (P.O. Box
6523), Dothan, Ala-
bama 36303 (36302),
334-793-5378.
Bidding Documents
may be obtained from
the ENGINEER, Peters
Municipal Associates,
Inc., upon prior pay-
ment of FIFTY DOL-
LARS ($50.00) for each
set, WHICH SUM WILL
NOT 13E REFUNDED.
No partial or "splR sets"
will be Issued. All
checks for copies of
the Bidding Documents
shall be made payable
to Peters Municipal As-
sociates, Inc.
The OWNER reserves
the right to reject any
and all BIDS and to
waive any informal ties.
)


GMAC MORTGAGE,
LLC, +
Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAEL L. LAM-
PERT, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
MICHAEL L. LAMBERT
LAST KNOWN AD-
0 C7LOU8
COURT UNIT #182
DESTINY, FL 32541
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
MARY B. LAMBERT
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 4 0 7 0
DANCING CLOUD
COURT UNIT #182
DESTINY, FL 32541
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNkNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court

By:Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
n at anwhw satb -
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
tt:0ntact Court Adminis-
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
in accordance with the


C



.


s deifisSRIC


$6 N B i


Legal # 100896
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA FIRST JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA CASE NO.:
09-DR-6090
In Re: The Marriage Of:
ISTA LEIGH
*
Petitioner/ Wife,


TIMOTHY TALPH DA-

e pondent/Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Timothy Ralph Da-
Homestead, Florida

at a act eers
that you are required to
nadceo sst it, if
any on Connie Roper,

oe dLa e
owo oae No-
n 0 dhe

101 James Lee Blvd., \

t rv
Stately ther ae f
you fall to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
adnes o or thte re-
petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are evalIable
at CI the rcuit
lew th
may rev ese
documents upon re-
quest.
Yo k th
u must eep
Clerk of the CinM

of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915) Future
papers in this lawsuit
willbe mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 4
12.285, Florida FamilY
Law Rules of Proce*
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure
of documents and in-
formation. Fallure'to
comply can result In
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
of pleadings-
Dated October 16,
2009.
Don W. Howard
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUlT COURT
BY: Kitty Simms
Deputy Clerk
10/21/09
10/28/09
11/04/09
11/11/09


| 1100
,I October, 2009..
DOENR HOOFWA E CIB-
CUlT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC


B


When you want to know what's happening in your community, there's only
.One SOurce that brings it all together.


The Crestview News Bulletin brings you the people, events and issues that
I affect y0Uf family with truly local news, sports and business coverage.


For convenient mail delivery and to save money off the newsstand price of the
Wednesday and Saturday editions of the Crestview News Bulletin

(Au 682-6524 To sTAR T Youn suascRIPTION
Of Subscribe online at www.crestviewbulletin.com

13we k 9.00 13 W
$$Weeks ... $17.00 $$Weeks ... $22.00
52weeks ... $31.20 52weeks ... $36.20






acres view News Bulletin orB


New Home
FOr Sale
C)bwner 11-inancing adl6
month. Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview
850-682-3344
er 11ap


oovourpars.consurer



COMPLETE PACKAGES
FROM
*4 995
5
AllWeldedAllAluminum
80813
BOAT SHOW
FRI. & SAT.
BonifayFlorida
www.xtremeindustries.com


,'~'-~l -~-~ -r --- ---------


James Chessher
FOr friendly servIce and
eXC0ptl0nal deals, stop by
and talk with James about the

EHEll new.or used vehicle you've
been dreaming of.



.," ... YoorSilverado e 0177,
A-a ( 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


HMRTECH TEAM /AAC SUPPORT SERVICES OPEN HOUSE

OPEN HOUSE
29 OCT 09, 9:30 am 6:00 pm
Fairfield Inn and Suites
128Q Eglin Pkwy.N.
Shalimar, Florida 32579

The HMRTECH Team Open House is your next stop to make the most out of your career!
Attend and find out why our event is incontestably YOUR target! Come find out why
HMRTECH is an employee favored and targeted company. Stop by our open house - a
winning environment: synergy, opportunity and networking
Make a Difference -Be the Difference

Work that makes a difference

Opportunities that expand your horizons
Teammates that share your values

Company that believes in it employees
Are you ready for what's next in your career? At HMRTECH, our ability to help clients solve
their toughest problems and achieve success in their critical missions depends on our people.
That is why we hire employees with great minds and a passion for making a difference, and
provide them with a comprehensive benefits package, open communication where your voice is
always heard and acknowledged;ongoing learning opportunities, a vibrant team-based culture,
and the chance to make an impact m suppo t of our warfighters.

If you have strong problem-solving and consulting skills, specialized functional and technical
skills, combined with successful Air Armament Command (AAC) experience m acquisition
management-related disciplines and a passion for customer service, the HMRTECH 78am
could be what's next for you. If so, the HMRTECH Team would like to invithyou to join and
be a part of our team to bring together broad, innovative, and comprehensive service offerings
to the AAC. How will you know if there is a better opportunity out there for you if you haven't
considered all your options? The best way to find out is to attend the HMRTECH Team Open
House. Our Team cannot hire you if we don't know about your skills and qualifications! Stop
by our.open house and meet our corporate staff who can answer your questions and where
hiring managers will be on hand to do on-the-spot interviews.

HMRTECH is looking for talented, high energy individuals who possess the initiative'
experience, and resourcefulness to solve our clients' most challenging problems and to
dte I s3utions to issues that are of clear importance to our clients in the following positions

Program Manager
Test and Evaluation (T&E) Management Environmental Management
Financial Analysis Management Budget Analysis Management
Cost Analyst Management Logistics Specialists
Network.Administrators/Technicians Applications Programmers
Information Assurance (certification at IAT Level II)
Acquisition Security Management Administrative Support Servicps ,
GFE/GFE Specialist Support Commumcations Specialists
Engineering Support Configuration/Data Management Support
<
Applicants must possess strong interpersonal skills, excellent writteri and oral communications
skills, and the desire to use your expertise to provide innovative solutions to help our clients
succeed: Qualified applicants must posses a Secret security clearance. HMRTECH provides a
flexible and supportive team-oriented environment coupled with well-structured incentives and
superior benefits. HMRTECH offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits
package (3 weeks of vacation, six days of annual sick leave, eleven holidays, excellent
health are options, company sponsored Short, Term, Life and AD&D, corporate wellness
program, profit sharing,401k Plan). Interested candidates should send cover letter, resume,
and salary requirements to Barbara Buehler (bbuehler@hmrtech.com)
. .
For more information about HMRTECH, visit us at our web: site www.hmrtech.com,
HMRTECH is an Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V are urged to apply.
2052922


Creetview- home for
rents to rd. 83b ng2ba.
28mo. 682-4280 or .
HOlt FI 2 story 2bd
11/2 ba on 2 + acres.
c/h/a&w/gSatellite

bn u db t
call Fay 850-496-3758
Laurel HIII- Newly Re-
modeled 2 br house
split bath, partially furn.
$500 mo + $500 dd.
I pe p. 6 -4155tils.
NEWLY
REDUCED
RATES

CREST VIEW
3 "10 s so plex

2 br, 1 ba Duplex
only$500mo/$500dd
$25 app fee, MUST
provide references and
phone numbers for
these rates. References
will be verlfled.
For info call
682-7731


6160
Crestview- Roommate
wanted to share quiet
Qbr brick home. Auburn
area, $400 mo includes
utils. Call 689-8978.


6170
Crestview 2BR/1BA
No pets) $500.mo
$500.dp Call 902-5432
or682-6129

e d, 2 1,p r
+dd. Call 585-8192
Crestv(ew- 2br, 2ba,
W/D hkup, on 10 acres.
New carpet, paint. $570
mo+dd. 850-832-0911



Laurel Hill- 3bd 2ba,
Quiet country setting.
700 mo. call


1994 F0rtlRangemianovious .... ...... ... . ..53,400

1998 Oldsmobile Eighty Eightsuractantownits....... $4,900

2000 Lincoln Continentalues cent writs...... ... $4,900

1999 80fGiry Grand MarquiS AUTO, VB, GEAN............. $5,900

2003 CheryExpress3500Cargoewcana.......... .. $5,900

2006 Toyota MatrixGEANMURGO ...................... $5,900

1998BMW740iramanww.......................$6,900

2001 MitsibishlEclipSQCONVSTIBLENEWRRES.... ... $6,900

2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser sor iss ................. .... $6,900
2003 Chevy Silverado1500 LS EXTENDED,2WD............. $6,900

2000 Ford Explorerfectreen canal wears ............. $6,900

2002 PointiacGrandAMAUTO,0CYUNDER.................... SOLD

2004 Oldsmobile Aleo we snow........... ....... $6,900

1987 MG52MINTREPUCA ...............................51,900

2000 Toyota 4Runner SR5,asm Powantons .......... $7,900

2006 (hevy(obaltLSONLY33KMilESAUTO......;.......... $8,900

2008 (hrysler PT Cruiser am me... $8,9@

2001 Chevy Silverado3500 ousescouranour,70mits.... $8,900

1999 (adillacEscaladeform.awome......... ... $8,900

2003 Ford Mustang convertiblee wro.................. $9,900

2001 Lincoln LSoutowere.nue......... ...... .... $9,900

2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee tSNLOWMILES.............$11,900

2004 Foni Ranger ILT m utwous....... ............f 7 7,9@

2003 Mercury Grand MarquiS ONEOWNERONLY44MILES....$11,900

2005 Volkswagen Beetle GLS swayw ec.. ........$11,900

2005 Volkswagen Beetle GL CONVERRILUMBER .........$11,900

2004 Honda Accord EX wo mannuareau ............$12,900

2003 Ford ExplorerSportTracKLTMUSTSEE......,:........SOLD

2007 Toyota (orolla 5 rowmantoms, am cause ..........$12,900

2008 Ford Foals SES tumfR,$UNROOF............. .....$13,900

2007 GM(51erra 1500 am a low Mars ... ....$?,?,9@

2009 Pontific VibG AUTOtlYUNDER......................$14,900

2006 Nissan Iterra 4WD sworton ... ..-... .........$15,900

2009 Pontiac G6 GT IOADEDCOUPl(AUTO...................515,900

2008 Pontiac Grand Prix GIP ants, uncoor...........$16,90

2009 Toyota Camry IE AUTO,01YUNDER..................$16,900

2006 Cadlilac5T5erwousuousansoot ..... .......$17,900

2008 Nissan Xterra 5AUTO.POWEROPHONS: /............ .$17 900

2006 Toyota Highlander Limited wrwens suesour......$17,900

2008 (hevy Trailblazer LT2 LEATHER,805E ...............$18,900

2009 GM((anyon (rew eenounn............... ..J f f,9@

2006 GMCSierral5004WDZ7110ADED,10WMid5........$19,900

2007 Saturn Sky
2007 (adillac DTS SUNROOS COVEREDSEATS,10ADED............$20,900
GM(Yukon 4WD SLT $21 900
2006 senal.nrears.. .. .......

2007 CadillacCTSwxonesos(LOADED....................$22,900

2007 Cadlilac (TSeces sunw.msout................$23,900

2007 Chevy Silverado Crew LTZNEWORES,10ADED ........$24,900

2007 Hummer H3 4WD Tactical Edition armenocurnou...$24 900

2009 Hummer H34WDiuxuRetoAofo...................... SOLD

2005FordF2505upercrew4x4minesn...........$25,900

2006 Lincoln Navigator 4WD lamER, HMORESTOV9s..... $26,900

2007 (hevy Tahoe unus vs .'.. ...... ....... ... .$26,900

2007 GM(Sierrh1500 Crew 4WI) SLT Z71............$27,900

2008 GM{ Acadla was roose............... ... $28,900

2009 PontiacGSGIP LOADED,00MILES..................$37,900


WednesdayOctober 21 2 9


New Home, 3 br, 2 ba,
dbi gar, irrigation sys-
tem, two covered
porches, custom built,
$147k; 5170 Lake Dr,
es)tview, Call (850)



7150
Auburn 1 acre fenced
ec c aterpr al
also has a 24X24 gar-
age zoned for house or
mobile home. Asking
$30,000.Call689-3795



| 7160
Got Land???
Al weditoT la Can rs
Homes of Crestview 850


o


Crestview- 4 br 2 ba,
2 cg, FR 1635st 3 yrS
old, $995 mo+dd. pet
ok 850-865-2823
Crestview- Downtown,

t ya .00house
bna 0-8w -3r421& gar-




tol ge1b ba
$675 mo $500 dep.
Call 850-689-4442 or
240-0474

.

Janet JOhnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800

OfeStVIOW
*118 Hampton,
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
*238 Runnymeade Dr,
2 br, 7.5 ba, $595
*1413 S Pearl,
4 br, 1 ba; $600
*214 Virginia St
2bd/1.5ba, $650
*206 Virginia St,
2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
e216 Virginia St,
2 br,1.5 ba, $650
*604 Henderson,
2bd, 2ba, $650
*1704 1st Ave
3bd/2ba, $675
*381 Crooked Pine
3bd, 2.5ba, $750
*6022Hberrmlebja

r2n 2 1 a 25
3bd/2ba, $750
*4685 Bobolink.
3bd, 2ba; $795
*341 Crooked Pine.
3 ,2.5bad$850


3b5 1 s
*179Conquest
3bd, 2ba, $1050
* bBig$1B k,


| 3220

ove Se weather in to
riarr Ret I $189a
separate. 850-471-0330
Brand Name Mattress,
Queen Pillowtop w/
fu o ON4e77-033$185
Brand New King Pil-
lowtop Mattress & Box
In plastics $240. Deliv
Avail. 850-255-3050



For Sale: Like new 7 ft,
sofa newly uphol-
stered. Beige w/fall
flowers. $199. Call
682-7725 or 826-0006
Full size Mattress Set,
in mfr.. plastic. Includes
box and warranty. Only
$130. 850-471-0330'

t *

Furniture for sale: 475
Valley Rd (386)
801-4324; Couch and
chair $75, blue cloth
chair $25, coffee table,
2 end tables & desk.
$60, book case, head-
board, bedroom set
$90, 2 mattress sets
$20 each.
-
a .
| 3230


Crestview
3 Family Yard
Sale

t, or st kp
stuff.
Crestview- 5540 Prov-
ery Creek, Fri & Sat
180am-s m. Too much

, .

Crestview
6+ Family Yard
Sale
Sat. 7am-?, 365 Hwy
90 (West). Children
wintermclohtes all sizes,




, CresB GTTATE SALEI
Oct. 23 & 24, 9am-T111,
131WestOldMillWay
ts of Christmas




Crestview

s1-lugoet Ya2r4d
tm, Obaa wioth c
ta itemsendLotsRa
date Oct. 31


3250



Farmer's
Market "
fbm toes uasFcuo7oe

peanuts, greens and
much more!! Thurs &
Sat 7:00 am-1:00 pm.
FWBFairgrounds
GREEN & BOILED
HOLLAND FARMS.
1-877-675-6876

'
I 3300



Baby items: Clothes,
swings, activity gyms,
stroller, Boppy, car sun
shade, toys. 682-9720






so a
EMPLOYMENT
4100 Help Wanted
4130 Employment


4100
Driver Tkainees
Needed Now at Werner
EnterprisesI Earn up to
$700. per Week after
training. Great Benefits!
No Experience needed!
Local 15-day CDL
Training available With
EDI 1-877-214-3624 .
Food Srvc/Hospitality

AII Positions
for Cracker Barrel of
w nd "nd
mnitme.6 -8804 Apply


li\


Medical/Health

Medical Social
WOrker
PRN to work in
Okaloosa and Walton
County. Home Health
Experien of ed.

Full TiT P Time
to work in Northern
Okaloosa and Walton
County. Horne Health
Experience preferred.

ow re r I
and Walton County.
Home Health Experi-
ence preferred. To ap-
ply go to our website
www.peopleshomehealth.coni
me to 850.4 131
To schedule an nterg
view call (850)
430-1183. (Equal Op-
po Web IE

"' -- -

, P.
,



REAl. ESTATE FOR
aloo Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 cotide/rawnhouse
moma ented
also Rooms for Rent
6170 Moblie Home/Lot
6180 Qut-of-Town Rentals
oToo Timeshare Rentals
5200 vacation Rentals


| 6100

Crestview
Office Space
Executive Offices in
McClain Office
Plaza Son uHi I I

Rti esinc dhes sp
internet, maincorna
and daily cleaning
ea2-ovel -


in north Crestview, Im-
maculate, it entib red
building Eq pdpedasand

d acre le nterr but
as office space. Call
-8411 or 682-5660


On Hib a 90UpEast.

2e acft oficeD=
at 830-841-1 or
682-0791.


Crestview-B, Bnt Ceek
tAscncpt e inld

Cresty FL Call


850-273-1977 or
850-758-0911














Nrsvew 115sf, 2 b,2ba,



850- 902-3660 o


682-400 r83-06,


1100
Americans with Disabil-
i bi s perso ed
special accommod
tion to participate
this proceeding should
contact t 0 m
parona Shalima FL
57 t pho ir n49

prior to the proceeding.
10/14/2009
10/21/2009
Legal #120395
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with
Florida Statues, Keep-
safe Storage, located
re ile HosFqraDri
offer fo sale to the
ouhsee old bidder ot ee
goods stored in the be-
low listed units. Said
goods are to be sold to
a berth tenure s not
157 Kerri A. Beattie
K20 Megan L. Moore
K49 Scott Stewart
The sale shall take
place on November 4,
2009 At 12:01 a.m. @
KeepSafe Storage-
10/21/09
10/28/09
LEGAL#120385
Household cods and
tos pliepa e
named below angi
listed by unit number
will be sold at public
sale by Mdr is Ranch
Self Storage 97 Indus-
trial Drive Crestview, FL


era nli fl aef
the time of the sale.
Christopher Carroll
Unit 12g
10/14/2009

120396
NOTICE OF COMPLE-
TION AD .
GAC Contractors, Inc.
hereby gives notice of
completion of contact
tem "Iilligan con ru
nes C atjW s
nootanco ea ( see
beginning 10/17/09 and
sma ng 11/15 nectiAll
with this project should
be filed during this pe-
d wit t Eng n


ma635 2Dothan, Ala.
10/21/2009
/


1150
White Male 5'9" 175
'oors a td. Searching
rS, 62 to weight,
70s. Write RLB PO Box
076, Crestview, Fla-
32536 or call (850)
****SB

g. '

It

. .
PETB& MHMas

: Free to
sood Home
2120 Pet Suppiles
2130 nu Ammals/
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet lYiemorials


2100
En lish Mastiff
Puppies
AKC w/CH lines
Ready 10/15
PCB (850) 258 5484


2130
Guinea chickens for
sale small $3 medium
$5dC 0652-4353
--- -
.mar 1


REAL DEBATE FOR 5ME.

en ouse
7110 BeadhHome/

amd house o
ms Ranecagees
7160-MobileHomes/Lots
717o-waterfront
7180,- Investment
74,,.gru per- own
72oo @ ee



Individual wants to
buy house for invest
ment: Call 651-0987

)
Litter 1-lappens
(.,;} ., ," 4
7 '
nor.urPart.DAR8Utler


I MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
Aprlp Ccr ts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby items
3150 BulIding Supplies
3160 Business
3170 C cm@es
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
sewPoso80s it on
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales

t Fis tosEat
-JMea Irny thing
Equipment
: 2,'"",'aEqeud mint
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supple
7, it to
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


7too


3100
ANTIQUES Clock Re-
pair; Grandfathers,
Mantels, Cuckoo, Any
Type of Clpcks 211 N.
Main St. Call 689-1007


s deifissalC





| res v ew ews u
e


I I I -


rCO0


toway Agency
Auto Home Life Business
'%nr 168 W. Woodruff (Downtown Crestview)
as o.g 8 2.190 0





A PRESENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
SWIMMINGPOO 1-
SURVEY, BROCHURE & ADVICE.
FREE 100'SOFREFERENCES.
(NO OBUGATION) ASK ABOUT THE UNEQthlLED
LIFETIME WARRANTY OF OUR WORKMANSHIP
FINANCE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS -
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOW INTEREST RATES,
WE ARE A LQQAL FAMILY BUSINESS WITH THE
BIG REPUTATION.0WNER OPERATED &
FINANCIALLY STABLE
WE ALSO DO TOP OthlLITY LINER REPLACEMENTS
mam
o' Poosenuspa
more aervany. Mo.
........,,,........... *--'~~-*",


WE SELL SPAS


BAMBOO


New Installations
Pump Outs ReDairS
Permit Packages Available
Fill Dirt*1,anal Clearing


-
ANY SPA PURCHASE WITH THIS COUPON
Expires October 9, 2009

a
II

,,,
4 * *
' '

Okrhead Door Company
-- - --


wednesday, October 21, 2009


Local


BS C t i N B ll tin


CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN
business directory





celebrate your


t his C hr is tma s!

Interest Free Laya
vion 179 1
.acT s279
249 . s29 't 5329


A 1. ble
5199
4K 379


~379


THE ADAMAS COLLECTION


Reais*~ DEngrvng Lser being


S850-683-8004


Redwood *
SIZE: 90" x 90" x 39"
JETS: 62
SEATS: 6Adults
stop an1see our
entire selection.


CRESTVIEW CORNERS SHOPPING CENTER
2511 S. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL
MON. THUR. 11 AM 9 PM FOR CARRY OUT
DAAT. OPM 850.689.1391

celebrate your 7
this Christmas!
Interest Free Layarvay Available -


99 i


$37


63.1425
* All garage doors rated to withstand
qt least 140 mph winds
Quali SerVICe fOr OVer *
40 years
F RE EE ST IM AT ES


Gnue see ourfantasticselection of icid's
clothing, furniture & toys.
Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
20T N. Main Street, Crestriew
(850) 683-4100
w W Beatre yes is fore co rn


CustomDesigns&Settings


Serving


er r\n -r\ce




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs