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A Crestview woman is
. accused of failing to pay
for chicken eaten in a local
grocery store and for fami-
mne hygiene products said
to have been used in the
StOT8h w or scheduled
to appeal' in court Nov. 17
on a misdemeanor charge
of larceny, retail theft in an
incident that reportedly oc-
curred earlier this month at

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On video survenance tape
eating chicken from the
deli as slie walked through
the grocery store, a Crest-
view Police Department
report states.
After finishing the
chicken, the surveillance
tape captured the woman
as she p cked up feminine
hygiene products and took
them into the bathroom.
An employee who
checked the bathroom af-
ter the woman left found,
among other things, an
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They might have bedn exhausted
following nearly 24 hours in transit,
but when a huge cheer went up from
their waiting hostas they descend-
ed the escalators at Northwest Flor-
- ida Regional Airport, Crestview's
visitors from Noirmoutier couldn't
help perking back up.
Waiting students and adult hosts
waved the Tricolor the blue,
white and red striped French flag
in welcome, and cries of "Wel-
come!" and "Hello!" mingled with.
"Bienvemie" and "Bonjour" as the
two groups rapidly became one big
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Brian Hughes
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The community Imows it, but
every now and then, it does us all
good to be reminded that altru-
ism is alive and well in the north
end of Okaloosa County. When it
is personified by an innocent act
of selflessness by a kind-hearted
youngster, it is even more poi-
gnant.
Dr. Roy M. Nakaiye, a Crest-
view dentist, began a well-re-
ceived program this year in
which young people who per-'
form altruistic deeds are re-
warded with a laptop computer
one each quarter. The recipi-
e eesds Mub tDe d
Dr. Nakaiye in which the kids de-
scribe what they did.
The tragic murders of Okq-
loosa Sheriff's. Deputies ,Skip
York and Burt Lopez affected
many people m the area. One

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wife, Janell, was Morgan's fourth
de teacher at Bob Sikes El-
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vorite teachers had iost her hus-
band, and her response touched
the hearts of the mayor and Dr.
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Morgan's mother, Christi Lead-
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and also had a picture of a police
car. 4
"The message that she put
inside is what really affected
me," Christi said. .
Morgan had been saving
money for weeks for an up-
coming family vacation to Dis-
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wouldn't have any to spend on
vacation," Christi said. "She
didn't have much: only $7. She
considered that to be quite a bit
of mpney and a good start for
her vacation fund."
"I punched a hole in the card
and tied [the money} it there,"
Morgan described in her essay.
"I wrote, 'Here is $7 to put to-
ward your daddy's funeraP" and
gave the card to Michael York.
"Notalotof 11-year-oldsthink
about the money that it takes to
bury a loved one," Christi said.
"She had no idea that a funeral
costs approximately $5,000. In
her mind, the $7 was going a
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tries to help others any way she
can," she said: "She is very lov-
ing and kind. ... Not all 11-year-
olds are selfless enough.to give
up their vacation fund to help
another child bury their daddy.
For this, we are verjr proud of
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Morgan.
str ayor Cadle a orga 8
essay "was just the simplicity
of the statement she made. She
was very upset by her teacher's
loss and the loss of the father of
a friend. And in a child's simplic-
ity she thought, 'What' can I do
to help?'
"It wasn't done to receive
a reward," Cadle said. "It was
done to help a friend in need."
Morgan's mom said her
daughter was excited when she
learned she had been awarded
the laptop. But receiving a com-
puter was the furthest thing
from Morgan's mind when she
tied the money into 1Viichael's
card.
"I just wanted to make sure
that they had enough money so
Dep. York could have a proper
burial," Morgan wrote in her es-
say.


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ShoalCreek Rehabilitation
Center recently helped a dreary
come true.
Sherry Elwood, a resident at
Shoal Creek, had painted a pic-
ture of Billy Ray Cyrus years ago.
She and her family heard of
his scheduled appearance at the
Crestview Mullet Epstival this
year, and plans were set in place
for Sherry to meet with and get
her liainting signed by Billy Ray.
The transportation was ar-
ranged, the staff curled her hair
and aided her in many ways, and
she wiss off to the festival.


HOW YOUR KID CAN WIN A LAPTOP
Dr. Roy Nakaiye of Cedar Pearl Dentistry will give away
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meets these criteria:
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service hours, etc.
* M11sthe i8 or younger.
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Wednesday, October 2i8, 2009


7.'.'p EeR ClH
hour weather delay, most of the French
eggs sela n moe for er and w
dium. Rumbling tumrpies were tempo-
rarily sated thanks to the generosity of
the. Crestview High football team booster
club, which distributed boiled peanuts
from the Nut Hut to the newest Bulldogs
fans, niany of whom sported new red
Crestview T-shirts.
The excitement of at last arriving in
their sister city, a moment eagerly antici-
pated for more than a year on both sides
of the Atlantic, was tempered by the so-
lemnity of ceremony before the kick-off.
Crestview Mayor David Cadle formally
welcomed his counterpart, Noirmoutier
Mayor No61 Faucher, and presented a key
go the city of Crestview.
Mayor Faucher, in turn, draped a
personalized red, whith and blue, gold-
trimmed silk sash arolind Mayor Cadle,
proclaiming him an honorary citizen of
Noirmoutier.
The CHS band then burst into a rousing
rendition of "La Marsenaise," the French
national anthem, which they have been
studiously rehearsing for the past few
weeks. The 'It-icolor flapped in the breeze
alongside Old Glory as the Big Red Ma-
chinefollowed up with "The Star Spangled
Banner," reflecting in song and symbol a
friendship between two peoples that dates
back before the American Revolution,
Despite the wearmess of travel, the ac-
tion of an American football game thrilled
the visitors from France. For most, it was
their first opportunity to attend the sport.
Munchingboiledpeanutsandperiodically
joining their hosts in cheers even if they
weren't quite sure what or 19hy they were
cheering -made for a nyemorable arrival
and kicked off with gusto their nearly two-
week visit.
The following day, hosts and guests
gathered in Spanish Trail Park where
Cadle and community leaders hosted a
fish-fry served by volunteers from city
departments. Performing arts staff from
Northwest Florida State College attend-
ed, reuniting. old friends who had vis-
ited and performed in Noirmoutier last
spring,
Following demonstrations by the
Crestview Police SWAT team and the
Crestview Fire Department, more gifts
were presented to locafleaders. A beau-
tiful wooden plaque depicting a French
sailboat was given to Cadle from Faucher,
amementoof theisland'srichboat-mak-
ing heritage.
CFD Senior Capt. Jody Smallwood,
who commanded the firefighters involved
in the demonstration, received a hel-
met from Noirmoutier's fire chief, Maj.
Jacques Pacquier, delivered by Rend Re-
landeau, the president of the island's sis-
ter city committee, as the chief could not
Join the group.
The Noirmoutrins' nearly two weeks of
fun, exploration and activities began with
a gospel, church service at Macedonia
Baptist Church followed by a fantily pic-
nic on the Gulf in Destin. Footballs both
European and American flew through
the air, and fried chicken and all the tradi-
tional picnic fixing's were consumed. Three
hardy young Frenchmen evezi braved the
chilly fall air and wbnt swimming.
Watching as his 5-year-old son Thibaud
tackled his 7-year-old host Oliver Klem,
Faucher smiled. As he and the adults who
have experienced each other's hospital-
ity can already attest, the friendships the
- kids from his town were forming will last a
lifetime and wili transcend any language,
culture or political barricades.
But the big question on the Crestview
hosts' lips throughout the.weekend, how-
ever, was, "When do we get to experience
Noirmoutier?"
Faucher might have provided the an-
swer. After Saturday's lunch, he formally
invited Cadle to lead a contingent from
Crestview to Noirmoutier next May when
the island town celebrates the 65th anni-
versary of the end of World War II in Eu-
rope.
For a photo gallery of visitors from
Crestview's sister city, see leage A5 of the
Crestvieta News Bulletin.


reet Association

hind Desi's Restaurant, "the
location could not be more
perfect."
Councilman Chip Wells
concurred, but cautioned,
"there, are a lot of questions"
that will need to be addressed
before taking the project to
the CRA." '
If Amtrak passenger ser-
vice was restored, "we don't
want what we have now," Re-
itman said, citing "fenced in
baggage area" and portable
toilets that served the current
open shed-style waiting shel-
ter that replaced the historic
former station,
Mayor Cadle said he feels
service might be restored af-
terthe economy improves, but
the proposed station would be
a valuable addition to down-
town. The council unanimous-
ly approved allowing the Main
Street Association to continue
gathering information on the
Proposal.

Alatex dean-
P
Public Setvices Director
Wayne Steele told the council
that the city has received five
bids from companies seeking
to perform the cleanup of the
Alatex Building's asbestos
and lead paint. Bids ranged
from $98,450 to $255,105. No
action was taken by the coun-
efl.
Cadle said he has conduct-
ed some research and found
that there are EPA grants
and clean-up funds available.
Councilman Charles Baugh
said he has had discussions
with officials at FAMU and
reported the university has
also been looking into finding
grants for the clean-up.


Bion Hghes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.cona
At the opening of the Mon
day night Crestview City
CouncilmeetingMayorDavid
Cadle introduced his counter-
part from Crestview's sister
city, Noirmoutier Mayor Nodl
Faucher.
"It is the first time a mayor
from Noirmoutier has ad-
dressed the Crestview City
Council," Paucher said with
pride through an interpreter.
"Twenty of our young people
have worked very hard to be
here, to touch the American
dream."
Faucher said the visit "is a
stone that has been laid since
the twinning of our cities. I
have the conviction thatthe
foundations are very.strong,
and we will construct togeth-
er the.house of friendship be-
tween Noirmoutier and Crest-
view."
Faucher then said, "I come
to extend an invitation to you
tonight (to visit Noirmoutier
in May) because it will be the
65th anniversary of the victory
of the second World War,
"Noirmoutier is organiz-
ing a commemoration, and
we would be extremely proud
if you couki come for the cel-
ebration," he said.
"We have come from far
away, but we feel like we are a
family,"heconcludedtoastand-
ingovationfromtheassembled
city leaders and citizens.

Ra dread depot
Main Street Association
President Mickey Reitman
spoke in favor of reconstruct-
ing the former old Main Street


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BRIANHUGHESICrestviewNewsBulleti
SISTER GTIES: Noirmoutier Mayor Noel Faucher addresses
the Cresiview City Council at its Monday night meeting .
through interpreter Dr. Marie-Th&rase Reed, a member of
Noirmoutier's sister city committee.


at Bagdad and DeFtmiak
Springs. "We're looking for
some place that is a welcom-
ing place."
Displaying a pen-and-ink
sketch of the former classic
station that was torn down in
the early 1970s, Reitman said,
"We envision something simi-
lar to this,'and we would like
to make the footprint as large
as we can to make it a good
meeting facility."
Reitman asked the council
if the Main Street Association
could "take the next step" to
see if the project is feasible
and"ifthecitywouldconsider
something like this."
"I think this would be a
good project and a nice addi-
tion to what we already have,"
said Councilwoman Linda
Parker, and noting the city
planned to build a parking lot
across Railroad Avenue be-


train depot on the site of the
present Amtrak station. Re-
itman expressed the asso-
ciation's hope to investigate
the project further: Reitman
acknowledged that financing
is certainly a concern, but
that CRA funds dedicated
to downtown revitalization
might make a good source of
funding,
The station would be much
more than a train depot, Re-
itman said. In addition to
enhancing the appearance
of downtown, such a facil-
ity would serve as a meeting
place for community organi-
zations, such as a scout troop
or social clubs, as well as a
museum to display artifacts of
the city's heritage. ,
"ive have neighboring cit-
ies that have these depots,"
Reitman observed, citing the
depots in communities, such


Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
At least eight automobile accidents
on Interstate 10 Friday were attributed
to heavy rains from a storm that rolled
through north Okaloosa County.
One accident involved an Okaloosa
County deputy and a trooper with the
Florida Highway Patrol.
Shortly before 9 a.m., emergency
crews responded to a call of a single-car
accident on Interstate 10 ai; mile marker
49 near the Holt exit. The car was headed
west on the interstate.
Dispatchers reported the driver of the
car lost control during heavy rains and
struck a guardrail.
A second accident occurred at 9:35
a.m. a mile away at mile marker 48 in the
eastbound lane. Dispatchers reported a
semi-truckjack-knifed into a tree.
One person from each accident was
transported to North Okaloosa Medical
Center with minor injuries.
A third accident was reported at 9:50
a.m. at the eastbound on-ramp to Inter-
state 10 at the State Road 85 intersec-


CHAYNE SPARAGOWSK(I Crestview News Bulletin


tion. No serious injuries were reported
in the two-car accident. One driver left
the scene, prompting a search by area
law enforcement.
Shortly after 10 a.m., two separate ac-
cidents were reported on the interstate
three miles east of Crestview in the east-
bound lane.Dispatchers reported a child
and a womazi were injured in those ac-


clients. .
Shortly afterwards, a report of anoth-
er wreck near the Holt exit on laterstate
10 was called in. A westbound truck re-
portedly hit a tree.
About 10:20 a.m., dispatchers report-
ed a call of a wreck on Interstate 10 east
of Crestview involving a deputy and a
Florida Highway Patrol trooper.


down because she had cashed a $30()
Western Union check at the store before
she allegedly stole the chicken and femi-
nine hygiene products. .
The woman was apologetic and
told police she took the items because
the western Union check was sent to
help her to pay off a worthless check


empty bottle of a vinegar and water
feminine wash product, such as those
produced by Massengill and Summer's
Eve. .
The videotape depicted the woman
leaving-the store without paying for the
product, the police report states.'
Police were able to track the woman


she had written and that she could not
afford the purchase price, the report
states.

As a courtesy, it is the Crestview
News Bulletin policy to withhold the
name of those charged with misde-.
meanor crimes.


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s The Doreas Baptist Church was the*setting for a community
pioneer day on Saturday, Oct. 24. Residents enjoyed a variety of
old-time activities including: wood sawing, shingle making, butter
churning and a cake walk.
The horse and buggy rides were a favorite with both the young
and young at heart. The day included arts and crafts for the
children and an exhibit on quilting and the history of the Doreas
community.
The beautiful weather, old-fashioned sweet shop and plenty of
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Things have settled down for
, Crestview's visitors from sister city
Noirmoutier after a weekend whirlwind
of activities. Some of the events included
attending a Crestview High School
football game (the Bulldogs won!);
eating a fish-fry lunch served by city


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SHOTS ACROSS THE BOWV


SNorth Okaloosa HISTORY


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Here is a sampling ofwhat people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Website.

Topic: Financial woes experienced by the Dorcas
Fire District and the cancellation of workers
compensation insurance that ledto the department
temporarily canceling responses to emergency calls. *
North Okaloosa Fire District has covered the fire
district for Dorcas since Oct.16.
If the commissioners knew they were out of money,
why did they not go and borrow some to keep the He
department running? Itnean the taxpayers have already
paid for fire service and now they don't have any. That's
not the taxpayers' fault and they are the ones that have
been put in a life threatening situation with them getting a
delayed response from NOFD where every second could
mean life or death...

The decision to close the doors to the Doreas Mm
District stations was not an easy thing to do. The chief, after
consulting with a1pwyer, was advised to close the doors.

o w lo slCr es us le oa
responsibility falls on the commissioner or commissioners
that cancelled the policy. The station can run without lights
for a week or two. Should the taxpaying citizens of Dorcas
go without proper fire first responder protection just
because one of two people think it is best? '

So let me get this straight, now you want department
to borrow money to stay in business, but when a
department does it to provide better service, it is wrong?
And where are the people that were against the NOFD
running anything other than an actual fire call, now they,
NOFD, gre running those calls in another district? I
think it is amazing how quick the public blames the fire
department without Imowing all the facts. And just think,
they are providing all that service for only $173,000 a year.
That in itself is an amazing fe.at. But then again, we are all
speculating what it costs to run a fire department.

If you don't notice, this article is about Dorcas not the
NOFD. The NOFD is the closest district to them and they
needed help. I'm sure they also contacted Walton County
for help. If you are really fed up with the way things are
run on the north end why don't you move into the city of
Crestview. I'm sure they will welcome you with open arms.

TheNOFDneedstostoprunningthecallsperiod.
That is not our problem as we have enough already. They
could have let the payments fall behind and still keep the
insurance and run calls but closing the doors has more
shock effect to try and get more tax money from the public.
Or how about selling that ladder truck that they have no
use for at all. Don't let them fool you, they know just what
they are doing. If they had did things by the law they would
have gotten their money, now they break the law again and
are stillin the department? Looks like it is time to clean
house and get more professional management. Looks like a
county wide professional fire department is getting to be a
better idea every day-

Good idea. Get rid of them all. Show them the door and
maybe, just maybe, someone will want to step up and take
over. Just like those wanting to change NOFD a lot
of talk, not much action. They wanted someone who will
workallhoursalwaysoncallwillingtoleavefamilyata
moment's notice; to risk your life, spend your money to save
my rear, because I don't want to do it or spend my money
and get criticized because I don't think you are doing it good
enough. The pay. What pay? You're goona do it for free.
Let's post it in the classified and see what you get. There is
no law that states they have to volunteer. If they all quit and
no one volunteered, what would you do then?


Profound
-
Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.cont .

"4 fanatic is one who can't change his mind
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and won't change the subject.

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(1874 1965)
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"Kit" Callahan pointed out,
that the department "has
lost a good commissioner"
who had the best interest of
the department at heart.
On the other hand,
firefighters might have
been right in asserting
Alford could have
done a better job in .
communicating with them
on fire department issues.
A bystander at the
meeting, a resident
with no dog in the fight,
rightly pointed out that
the communication lines
between all members.
of the department need
improvement.
The most sage guidance
came from commissioner
Leroy White, who
urged firefighters and
commissioners alike to
remember they worked for
the public and the public
good needs to take priority
over personal issues.
"Regardless of how you
feel, sometimes you need
to keep your mouth shut,"
White said after the heated
debate that led to Alford's
resignation. "Hold it a
little bit until you can get
control of yourself. If I get
real upset, you'll see me get
up and say, 'Excuse me.'
I might go out there and
kick a tree and kill it but
at least I'm not directing
a negative comment to
another person. YouVe got .
to control yourself."


It's good advice.
The worst counsel
came from another
former commissioner
- not Callahan who
admonished members of
the department to try and
keep information from the
press.
While his sentiment that
"airing dirty laundry" made
the department look bad
is understandable, he took
the issue a step further
and said members of the
community had no need to
know what was going on if
they didn't show up at fire
department meetings.
Thank goodness he no
longer sits on the board.
While there is no resort
to suspect anything but
good intentions by the
former commissioner, that
kind of mindset among any
official of a public body can
lead to nothitig but trouble.
No matter how slight
the issue or personal the
matter, any business of a
public body is the business
of the taxpayers who foot
the bill.
It is far better to
expose the warts and
squabbles of a taxpayer
funded organization than
to attempt to operate in
secret.
If the members would
try to work together and
get along, the public
wouldn't know they weren't
managing to do so.


The Crestview News
Bulletin will have already
gone to press by the time I
get out of the Dorcas Fire
District meeting 'lliesday
night.
I know what to expect
going into
the meeting,
however-
more
acranony
between
differing
factions in
the volunteer MICHAEL
department STEWART
that serves 850-682-6524
about 4,000
usidents in north Okaloosa
County
I had already been given
a heads up to make sure
and attend "to get the rest
of the story."
I've seen it before as
well intentioned folks all
around whom, for whatever
reasons, are polarized into
opposing camps that create
rifts among its members. .
Those most hurt are
those the organization
exists to serve. Hopefully,
in time, cooler heads will
prevail.
Last week, at an
emergency meeting,
Doreas Fire District
Chairman Eddie Alford
resigned amid a heated
debate as firefighters
questioned his decision
to cancel workers
compensation insurance.


Alford said he was
told by fire department
bookkeeper Debi Waldin
there was not enough
money in the account to
pay both bills due and the
$2,831 needed to renew
the workers compensation
insurance.
"She said we could
either pay the workman's
comp or pay the light bWs,"
Alford said. "That was the
decision I had to make."
Firefighters said it
would have been better
to turn off the lights given
they could not make fire
runs without workers
compensation insurance.
RIrthermore, they
questioned Alford's
authority to cancel the
insurance without first
conducting a public
meeting and putting
the matter to a vote
before the full board of .
commissioners, of which he
is a member.
Alford resigned after
firefighters at the meeting
questioned his loyalty to the
firefighters and accused
him of violating Florida
Sunshine laws.
I suspect the firefighters
were correct in that the
matter should have been
put to a vote before the
ifive-member board of
commissioners.
I also suspect, as
former commissioner and
volunteer fireman Robert


five minutes later than
normal, couldn't get my
normal cup of coffee
before Chemical Science
and ultimately had a bad
day because of it.
On top of my ruined
day, I now need to
completely change my
morning schedule in
order to get to school
when I want to be here.
Seriously, what's the point
of this light anyway?


I am a creature of
habit and appreciate
structure and
stability and when
my routines are
challenged, I become
very anxious and
irritated.
Well, this morning
I headed to school,
driving down State
Road 85, and was
making excellent time.
Then, all of the sudden,


my world came crashing
down.
The new stop light on
at Duke Field was red.
And it stayed red. Then
it stayed red some more
and was red for a little bit
longer.
Now, this light has
never bothered me until
today. Due to this time
I spent at an already
. unnecessary traffic
light, I arrived to school


Driving to
school every
morning has ,
become an art.
I've
perfected the p
drive to exactly
22 minutes. I
know exactly
when I wiH KA
arrive at school BO
and exactly
what time every day I'll
get home.


Letter to the EDITOR

Why is it in Okaloosa County we are
sticking our heads in the sand and hoping
the H1N1 virus will go away?
Escambia County Schools are offering
a vaccination to all school children m
an effort to stop the spread of the virus
and save lives. Yet the officials here in -
Okaloosa County seem to be treating it
like it is no big problem and leaving it up
to the parents to try and get the children
to a vaccination clinic.
Don't they realize that in some families
both parents work and in others they
don't own a car to travel to the clinics?
Why is always so hard to get
Okaloosa County officials to act quickly
on anything, let alone a possible life
saving vaccination? How many of our
children have to get sick or die before this
becomes a priority?
I urge everyone to contact the County
Commissioners and the Okaloosa County
Health Department and demand what we
deserve. .
Roy Lyons
Crestview


(om piled by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

October 1919- Crestview
must have sewers and water
and many of our people want
to add electric lights. By
the request of the city clerk
an estimate of the taxable
valuation in Crestview is
being conducted and is
expected to be approximately
$200,000. This valuation will
enable the town to issue
bonds and put irk sewers and
water-
These improvements can
no longer be delayed, for
they are absolutely essential
to health and then the state
Board of Health will have
something to say and very
pointedly, too, if it is not .
done. When we secure these
improvements we will wonder


how we got along without
them.

The Crestview School
has been assigned another
teacher due to the increased
attendance, which was 136
last week. A fourth teacher
has become essential, when it
was found necessary, with the
present three to let some of
the children go home in order
that all could be heard.

A Masonic Temple will bb
erected in Crestview. The
building will be two stories
and will be located on the
west side of Main street on
lots purchased from W H.
Maples, about half way
between the railway station
and the M.E. Church. The
Temple will be erected by the
Chapter and the Blue Lodge
arid will cost $20,000.


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by her unusual amphibian an-
tics. Wherever Wilma goes, sur-
prises are waiting for her-and
for readers of this irresistibly
funny fable.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask
Jean, Sandra, Anna, Marie, Sen-
gdara, Tracey, Jahice, Audrey,
Sharon, Mike or Heather. We will
be happy to assist you.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
'Good character is more to
I 8 en me
extent, a gift. Good character,
by contrast, is not given to us.
We home to build it, piece by
piece-by thought, choice, your-
age and determination.
H. Jackson Browne

HOW TO CONTACT US -
In person: 1445 Commerce
Drive (behind the Post Office)
By phone: 682-4432
On the Web: www.cityof
crestview.org/library.htm


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian,
Robert Sikes Public Library

PROGRAMS
Bool Children ages 3 to 5,
wear a costume and come to
Story Time today or tomorrow
at 10:15 a.m. for stories and a
parade through the library!
Younger siblings (accom-
panied by an adult) and older
children are also welcome. Next
week, on Wednesday, Nov. 4 or
Thursday, Nov. 5, flap your wings
and fly on in for stories and
activities about our feathered
friends!
If you are 12 to 17, come
play Wii between 2 and 4 p.m. on
Friday! Teen Anime Club meets
on Tugsdays at 4:30 p.m."
Relive the past with Blue
Heron (Wah-ka-chobee), a
Seminole/Creek Indian. Farris
Powell presents a unique histori-
cal impression of the Seminole
warrior at the turn of the 19th
century. See history come to life
in this authentic.1830s hunting
camp- the clothing, weapons,
tools, games, musical instru-


ments, and food.
This authentic southeastern
Indian hunting camp program
will be held outside under the
full moon on Monday 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 dulci-
mer music group, The Pelican
Pickers. Sainple 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 Cen.
ter.) The program is designed
for school-aged children through
adult.
"The movie camera and the
machine gun are both devices
made t'o be aimed at living men,
and what each has done to the
living has changed our world."
When the guns stopped, the
movie camera took over, Take a
glimpse at how World War II has
been portrayed at the-cinema
and on TV The Nov. 3rd First
Tuesday Lecture "World War
II: From the Battlefield to the
Silver Screen" will be presented


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by Brian Hughes, founder of the
long-running New Orleans radio
program "Stage and Screen."
Previously delivered at the
National World War II Museum
in New Orleans, the program
looks at popular films such 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. For
early arrivals, a screening of
vintage original trailers from


World War II films will be shown.
Film memorabilia will also be on
display.

STAFF PICKS
"Chimps Don't Wear Glasses"
by Laura Numeroff (E Num).
Giraffes that drive? Reindeer at
a square dance? What amazing
animal antics can you dream
up?
"Green Wilma" by Tedd
Arnold (E Arn). Green Wilma's
parents don't Imow quite what to
do when their daughter requests
bugs for breakfast. At school,
Wilma's teachers are appalled


NKEVILLE U.S. kids have
no time to waste helping
bring joy to millions of needy
boys andSgi this day
hurting children worldwide
isafull-timeyear-roundef-
fort that requires the con-
tagious compassion of area
families, right now. This is a
wonderful chance to, teach
children in this area about
generosity and compassion,
and bring hope and joy to
hurting children in other
countries. .
Operation Christmas
Child, the world's largest
Christmas project, calls on
local kids, families, church-
es, businesses, schools and
community groxips to fill
shoe boxes full of gifts for
children overseas who are
suffering from disease, fam-


ine, war, terrorism and natu-
raldisaster.
Your shoe box gift might
be themonl e a shMd he
can make a difference.Itlets
childrenknowthatsomeone
really does care about them.
Operation Christmas
Child, a project of interna-
tional Christian relief and
evangelism organization
Samaritan's Purse, headed
by Franklin Graham, has
collected .and hand-deliv-
ered more than 68 million
shoeboxgifts tohurtingkids
in some 130 countries since
1993.
Although National Col-
lection Week is Nov. 16-
23, Operation Christmas
Child is not limited tp just
one week a year or during
the holiday season. It is a


year-round project, requir-
ing months of organization
and preparation to reach
sVoo dsqaronundsh
box gifts are needed during
all seasons to help spread
Christmas cheer and the
spirit of giving that lasts all
year long.
One of the relay centers
for Operation Christmas
Child is located at First Bap-
tist Church of Baker. There
are also centers at First
Baptist Church of Milton
and First Baptist Church of
Niceville.
For more information
on how to participate in Op-
eration Christmas Child or
to find out the hours of the
Relay Centers, visit www.
samaritanspurse.org or call
850-217-4177.


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COMMUNITY ARTS CALENDAR
camp will be held outside under the full moon at the
Crestyiew Robert L. E Sikes Public Library 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"
andpumpkinfrybread.

-M??:"d"=":ih end
Community Center.) The program is designed for
school-aged children through adults.
The library is located at 1445 Commerce Drive in
north Crestview (behind the Post Office). 682-4432.
DGHCO FOCGIS GUtitiORS
NOV 2 & 3 The dance program of Northwest
Florida State College's Division of Humanities,
Fine and Performing Arts will hold auditions for the
college's annual dance concert "Dance Facets 2010"
Nov. 2 and 3, 6:30 p.m. Auditions will be held in the
Frances Smith Herron Dance Studio located in room
J-125 in the Mattie Kelly Arts Center on the college's
Niceville campus.
Auditions are open to anyone in the 10th grade and
older Dancers are required to bring jazz and ballet
shoes for the audition. If cast in the show, participants
are required to register for a dance technique class in
either jazz, ballet, tap or modern and a performance
dance course during the spring semester. Class time


Tuesday, November 3

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Arts & Entertainment


AS | Crestview News Bul n


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
brianh@cresiviewbulletin.com
Student actor JessieHin-
ton does a great Russian ac-
cent. Unfortunately, one of
his characters is an elderly
German concentration
camp survivor. Undaunted,
Jessie promises Crestview
High School drama teacher
Allison Wilks that he will
soon have his German ac-
cent perfected.
Opening night has been
a little elusive for the CHS
drama program's fall pro-
duction. The cancellation
of the Neil Simon comedy
"Brighton Beach Memoirs"
planned for September was
a toughblowfor Jessie, aju-
nior who spent the summer
rehearsing the lead role. '
A partial reason for the
show's cancellation was the
ongoing renovation of the
school's Pearl Tyner Audi-
torium. Now that work is
nearing completion.
"Have you seen the audi-


torium?" Wilks gushed. "It's
awesome!"
The facility's availability
is coming just in time. Re-
hearsals are in full swing
for the new fall production,
the stage adaptation of Rob-
ert Phlghum's "All I Really
Need to Know I Learned in
Kindergarten," a collection
of short stories, essays and
musings.
"It looks like it's actu-
ally going to happen," Wilks
laughed.
Wilks was buoyed by the
enthusiastieresponsetoher
axiditioncall. .
"We had, a great turn-
out," she said. "We had over
30 students audition."
Attheendthecastboiled
down to six when Wilks was
unable to secure rights to
expand the cast. When the
curtain rises on Nov. 19,
audiences will enjoy Tristy
Bond, Jessie, Victoria Mar-
tin,, Jessica McMillan, Jar-
rick Rivers and Ryan Vance
in a multitude of character
roles. Several of the cast


members are seasoned
CHS stage veterans.
with desks shoved
against the wall, the center
of Wilks' classroom is trans-
formed into an impromptu
rehearsal hall after the last
class for the day. The cast
members then get down to
the business of both learn-
irig lines and learning about
their characters.
Jarrick, a CHS senior
who has delighted audi-
ences in past productions
including "Oklahoma!" and
"Footloose" with his en-
thusiastic embrace of chal-
lenging roles, seems almost
awkward as he gets a feel
for the various characters
he will portray in "Kinder-
garten." With-Wilks' patient
guidance, he gains more
familiarity with each role.
Each time Jarrick returns
to his script, more confi-
dence seeps into his voice
and his slow transformation
from actor to character be-
comes more evident.
The cast still has more


LINE PLEASE: Jarrick Rivers rehearses for "All I Really


-than three weeks to get to
Imow their various charac-
ters, build set pieces and
start blocking scenes on the
newlyrenovatedPearlTyner
Auditorium stage. And Jes-
sie has time to adopt a Ger-
man accent to enhance his
Auschwitz survivor.
But if past CHS drama
program productions are
any indication, when "Kin-
dergarten" opens next


month, there's no doubt that
audiences will be in for an-
other stellar performance
by some of the city's most
talented young thespians.
'!411 I Really Need to
Know I Learned in Kin_
dergarten" runs Nov. 19-
22, Crestview High School
Pearl Tyner Auditorium.
Ticket information will be
available soon.


will be determined by rehearsal schedule. ,
"Dance Facets 2010" will be held April 23 and 24,
2010, on the main stage of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center-
Fbr more information on auditions or Dance Facets
2010, please contact Joe Taylor, assistant professor of
dance, 729-6036.
Orld War II: From Battlefield to Silver Screen

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& Entertainment Editor Brian Hughes with a
presentation of hpw World War II has been deliicted in
the cinema. From such classics as "Hell is For Heroes
and '"11velve O'Clock High" to such contemporary
bo tekdaso tP HH andh sMaigsw Oth
war. Free admission, 10:30 a.m., refreshments and
screening of film trailers at 10 a.m:682-4432.
Euriv release Wednesday craft time
I *
NOV 4 When school gets out early, children ages
6 and older gather to put their creative energy to work
making.allkinds of creations using recycled materials.
Registration is recommended. Library staff will hold a
craft for you until 2 p.m. while supplies last. Start your
craft any time between 1 and 2 p.m. and finish by 3 p.m.
Parents are welcome to visit once and get a feel for
the class, then, enjoy the library' We'll bring your child
to you when s/he finishes. At the Crestview Public
Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. 682-4432.


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Arts & Entertainment.Editor
brianh@cresiviewbulleti n.com

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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 chorus
room prior to the sale. 689-7328.
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'I'he historic Hotel De-
Phmak hosts its next mur-
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tomorrow, Oct. 29. The Hal-
loween-themed show, pro-
duced by the popular re-
gio le t4Murder trtouphe,
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Monster Bash. 's Hall
na ump ow-
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took a terrible turn for the
wofse when her ex-hus-
band, Conner, was mur-
dered during the event,
explained a press release
from the hotel. "But Ivana's
an optimist and decides to
forge ahead! She continues
the party with the second
part of the night, a fund-
raiser for COWSA.
The rest of her guests
may be understandably
nervous, but Ivana thinks
she has just what they need
to forget the earlier mishap
and enjoy the rest of the
evening, we are assured.
The event takes place in
the hotel's Bogey's Bar &
Restaurant, 400 E. Nelson
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at 5:30 p.m. for cocktails
and the show starts at
6:15 p.m. Tickets, includ-
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person plus tax and gratu-
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SCHENOTES
Thursday
High school volleyball
District 1-IA tournament
finals at Rocky Bayou
Christian, teams TBA, 6 p.m.
District I-2A tournament
finals, at Northview, teams
TBA, 6:30 p.m.
District 2-4A tournament
finals at Niceville, teams TBA,
6, p.m.
Friday
High school football
Crestview at Leon, 6p.m.
Baker at Freeport,7p.m.
ChristianThomhave
Memorial Golf
Tournament
Due to the severe
weather that hit the
CrestviewareaonOct.23
the Christian Thombave
Memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament was forced to
be postponed until Friday,
Nov. 6. Players can check in
at II a.m.with a shotgun
start at noon.All players
should arrive no later than
II a.m.
if you prepaid and are .
urtable to play Nov.6 contact
B.J.Thomhave at 682-2012
or 826-20 I2 to arrange a
refund. :

Youth basketball
The Crestview Parks and
Recreation Department is
now holding registration for
youth basketball leaguesifor
children ages 5-15 at Twin
Hill Parks.
The leagueswill be divided
into age groups starting with
the PeeWee Coed 5&6,
Training League (girls) 7-9, .
Training League (bpys) 7-9,JV
(girls) 10-12,JV (boys) 10-I2,
Varsity (boys) 13-15.AVarsity
b cor iages
by the amount of interest
shown at registration.
A draft is scheduled for
Nov. 14. Opening day is Dec.
I
Entryfeeis$60for
Crestview residents and $65
for those living outside the
city limits of Crestview. Cost
includes a shirt and shorts
the players will keep at the
end of the year. Each player
is guaranteed one quarter of
uninterrupted playing time
a game. .
For more information call
682-4715.

A Night For james
fundraiser
Culture Shock Wrestling
will host a wrestling
fundraiser Saturday, Oct
3 I at the Mossy Head
Community Center on
U.S. Highway 90 East.All
proceeds from the event will
help with medical costs for
6-year-old James Rimmer,
who has a malfunctioning
pacemaker.
Cost is $8 per person'
which children II and
younger getting in for free.
Doors open at 7 p.m.for
the 8 p.m.event. Featured
wrestlers include CSW
Champion California Kid, US
Champion Nero jardineTag
Champs Mike Metal & Victor
Cru, and inany others. Free
Halloween candy.

Traveling Eagles
baseball
The Traveling Eagles Spring
20 10 Registration is now

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14 at www.travelingeagles.
com.TheEaglesarethe
premier travel ball program
in the area dedicated to
the development of youth
as more than just the best
baseball players.The Traveling
Eagles have arranged for the
strongest coaching line-up in
the area consisting of former
MLB players;former college
coaches and high school
coaches.The Eagles won 18
tournament championships

See NOTES B2


Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
Football coaches and
players always .talk about
"trap games." These are the
games that fall between big
district or rivalry games and
can change the momentum
of the season.
Friday night Crestview
(5-2) plays one of those trap
games when the Bulldogs
travel to Tallahassee to take
on Leon.
ItwouldbeeasyforCrest-
view to overlook the District


3-4A Lions. The Bulldogs are
coming off a 34-33 wm over
District 2-4A foe Mosley and
play district and Okaloosa
County rival Niceville, which
happens to be the No. 1 4A
team in the state, next week.
Add into the equation
Crestview's come-from-be-
hind win over Milton on Oct.
16, and the Lions (5-2) look
even more dangerous.
But the Crestview coach-
es and players are deter-
mined not suffer a letdown

See BULLDOGS B2


ANN wPAs I crestvlew ivews Uunnetm


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN ] CrestviewNews Bulletin
HAND OFF: Davidson quarterback Kyle Koontz hands the ball off to Dennis Gibbons during middle
school action against the Shoal River Mustangs.

*
Panthers claim county champ xonship
* *
900(500 Wraps up perfect season with win over Shool River


conversion as the Panthers led 22-0
at the half.
"They say, 'Offense wins games
and defense' wins championships,'
and that proves it," Small said.
Davidson had 205 yards in total of-
fense in the first half with l80 of those
yards coming on the ground. Robin-
son had 146 of his 156 yards rushing
at the half.
Koontz teamed up with Gibbons
on a 25-yard pass play on his only
pass of the half.
The Mustangs (4-4) were lim-
ited to 30 yards in total offense in
the first half and had just one first
down against a swarming Panther
defense.
Davidson's defense continued to
shine in the second half. And despite
having just one first down in the last
two stanzas the Panthers still man-
aged to put 18 points on the score-
board.
Izayiah Thomas returned an in-
terception 65 yards to push the Pan-
ther lead to 28-0.
A 24-yard run by Danny Thomas
on the first play of the fourth quarter
made the score 34-0.
It seemed fitting that Robinson,
who scored Davidson's first touch-
down of thd season on a 97-yard rtm
against the Mustangs in the season
opener, would score the last Panther


touchdown on his fumble recovery
with 8:40 left in the fourth quarter.
Both teams then emptied their
benches as the backups played most
of the final period.
Shoal River may have been down,
but the Mustangs refused to play as
if they were out as they battled to
the last play of the game when Gage
Powers scored on what was officially
a 1-yard run.
On a bright when the sledding was
tough, Derian McGee led the Mus-
tangs with 24 yards rushing. 'Itevor
Thames had 45 yards on the ground
and Devon Siler 16 yards rushing for
Shoal River
Shoal River coach Chris Sweatt
expressedprideinhis Mustang tearn
that could have finished the year 6-2
if not for overtime losses to Meigs
and Bruner.
"We are actually two plays away
Rom being 6-2 or something like
that," Sweatt said. "But Davidson's
got a great athletic club and they are
coached well. Yoit've got to overcome
things like that ifyouplan on winning
the county.
"I told the kids they don't have
anything to be ashamed of. They
played with effort and gave their
heart, but they (the Panthers) had a
little bit more to play for tonight be-
sides pride."


Randy Dickson
adyd@hestviewbulletin.com
Davidson Middle School's football
team completed its perfect run to
the county championship in impres-
sive fashion Thursday night with a
40-6 win over cross-town rival Shoal
River. .
The championship was the first
for the Panthers since 2005 as well as
the first for Chris Small.as the David-
son head coach.
"It's unbelievable, just unbeliev.
able," Small said."We dreamed about
it and worked for it. It's a hard-fought
way to get here, but we made it."
"These kids are unbelievable.
They get after it and play hard. They
are a very talented bunch." -
As has been the case throughout
the season, Jaylynne Robinson set
the tone for the Panthers (8-0) scor-
ing three touchdowns.
Robinson's.first score cape on a
31-yard run with 4:54 left in thp first
quarter. He followed that with a 28-
yard romp with 1:14 remaining in the
opening stanza.
.Robinson closed out his middle
school career with an 18-yard return
ofa fumble. .
QuarterbackKyle Koontz added a
second-quarter touchdown and Den-
nis Gibbons picked up the two-point


mer Crestview offensive
lineman, saw action as
Huntingdon College (Ala.)
beat Greenville (Ala.) 40-
14.
Crestview's Matt
Sanders, a redshirt fresh;
man offensive lineman at
Clemson University, tray-
eled and dressed, but did
not see action as the Ti-
gers upended No. 10 Mi-
ami40-37ihovertime.


Staff reports
Former Baker run-
ning back David Langston
scored a touchdown on a
68-yard punt return and
had 193 all-purpose yards
to lead Birmingham-
Southern to a 34-17 win
over Sewanee (Tenn.) on
Saturday.
Langstork caught two
passes for 24 yards from


quarterback Joe Thigpen,
a former Crestview Bull-
dog. The rest of Langs-
ton's yards came on kick-
off and punt returns.
Thigpen, who was
honored last week as the
Southern Collegiate Ath-
letic Conference Player of
the Week for leading the
Panthers past Austin Col-
lege, had 65 yards rush-
ing and 69 yards passing


against Sewanee.
BSC freshman Cam-
eron Domangue, a Baker
graduate, didn't play
Former Bulldog wide
receiver James Wilker-
son, a senior at Jackson-
ville State (Ala.) had five
catches for 96 yards and a
38-yard touchdown catdh
as the Gamecocks lost to
Eastern Illinois 28-20.
*Tyler Reeves, a for-


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Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
BAKER It seems as
if Murphy's Law, which
states, "Everything that
can go wrong will, and at
the worst possible time,"
has been in full fqrce for
the Baker football team
this year.
The young Gator team
hasn't been able to catch
a break in suffering one
heart-breaking loss after
another.
Baker has been in al-
most every game only to
come itp short. The latest
heartbreak was Friday's
35-28 loss to Holmes Coun-
ty in District 1-1A play.
This.week the Gators
(0-7, 0-6) travel southeast
to Freeport to take on the
district-leading Bulldogs
(6-1. 6-0).
"They've (Freeport)
got it rolling," Gator coach
Bob Kellogg said. "They've
got a lot of speed and ath-
Jeticism at all their skill po-
sitipns. That's the problem
they create you don't
have to stop one gtiy-you
have to stop several guys.
"When you look at
them on film, they can run
with anybody, and that's
kind of been our downfall.
That's what happened Fri-
daynight (againstHolmes
County) we'd hem them
up and hem them up and
then let them go. We they
got in the secondary level
wthet ma thTm%
that's the same challenge
we face this week."
Kellogg said if the Bull-
dog runnizig backs can get
into the Gator defensive
secondary that Baker
doesn't have anybody with
enough speed to run the
Fmeport player down.
They are a big play
team," he said. "And when
you make alot of big plays
that means you've got ath-
letes.
'He's (Freeport coach
Jim Anderson) has good
athletes and a good group
of seniors, and they do a
good coaching job. It will
be big challenge for us.
They have the potential at
three different positions to
big play you.
The adversity hasn't
dampened the team's
spirit pf Kellogg's admira-
tion fok- this group of play-
ers
It's fun, our Idds have
gotten better even in the
midst of it (the losing
streak)," he said. "Last
week wp had 30(i-and-
something yards of of-
fense, but we would jtist
shoot ourselves m the
foot.
We were inside the
(Blue Devil) 10-yard line
twice in the first half and
didn't get nothing (points).

ed a 1 p
do something like that. If
we can take care of our-
selves (they have a chance
to win)."

-,ass:::s
Gators might spring the
noses.
"It will be fun to go and
meet them," Kellogg said.
"You'reprobablysupposed
to get blown out. But our
Idds have played hard and
are getting better
"This is going to be a
big game for us because
they are number one."
Kellogg won't down-
play the spoiler or upset
role for his team, but the

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clinic Nov.7 at Foxwood
Country Club.
The clinic will cover
putting, chipping, iron play,
driving and golf etiquette.
Cost of the clinic is $10
for Foxwood members and
$15 for those who aren't
Foxwood members. Late
fee is $20 after Nov.4.The
fee also includes nine holes
of golf with a cart after the
clinic.
Registration will open at
7:15 a.m.0n Nov.7 followed
by the clinic at 7:30 a.m., golf
and a potluck lunch at I p.m.
For more information
contact Foxwood Country
Club.
Basketball coaching
clinic
. All city league, ROC,
YMCA and youth-leage
coaches are welcome to
attend a free basketball
coaching from 10 a.m.-noon
on Nov. 14 at Shoal River
Middle School. ,
The clinic will be led by
coaches from Crestview


High School and Shoal
River and Davidson middle
schools. Each coach will
demonstrate three drills
to improve your team
fundamentally and help it
become more successful on
the court.
The clinic will run from
10 a.m,-11 a.m.with lunch
to follow from II a.m.-
noon.
For niore information
or to register contact Shoal
River Middle School Mitch
Buckelew at 689-7229 or by
e-mail at buckelewc@mai.
okaloosa.ki2.fl.us.
North Florida Bulls
tryouts
The North Florida Bulls
Travel Baseball team will be
having tryouts for the spring
season on November 14th
and 15th at Destin Middle
School.There will be a one-
time tryout fee of $25 per
child.Please visit our Web -
site, northfloridabulls.com
for information on times
and how to register.


during 2009.There is no
registration or try-out
fee.You can also call Mike
Wells at 897-2293 for more
information.
YMCA COACH
CALL
The Crestview Family
YMCA needs coaches and
referees for flag football and
fall soccei-.Apply through
Nov. 14 at the YMCA at
298 N.Wilson Street in
Crestview.Contact Glenn
Scott at 689-2999 for more
details '

Bridgeway hosts
charity golf tournament
Bridgeway Center
will host a charity golf
tournament, proceeds
to support the over 125
Okaloosa County Rape
Crisis Center victims and
the |7,000 Senior Services
Meals on Wheels, on
Nov.7 at The Golf Club
at Bluewater Bay Resort.
The entry fee is $75 per
person or $300 per four-


man team lunch is included.
Corporate sponsorships are
available for $1000, team
sponsorships for $500 and
$150 for hole sponsorships.
The entry deadline is Oct.
30.
The format will be four-
person best ball scramble.
Registration will begin at
8:00 a.m. with a 9:00 a.m.
shotgun start.There are four
hole-in-one prizes including
a 2009ToyotaYaris valued at
$12,000 Courtesy of Quality
Imports.
Entry forms are ,
available online at www.
bridgewaycenter.Org/golf.pdf
and at all Bridgeway Center
locations in FtWalton Beach
and Crestview. For more
information, call Donna
Morgan, GolfTournament
Coordinator at 833-
3975/3976.You may fax your
applications to 833-9377.
WLGA golf clinic
The Weekend Ladies
Golf Association will be
conducting a ladies skills


what should be an interesting
mM sley is the only
common opponent for
Crestview and Leon. The
Lions beat the Dolphins 24
21 on Oct. 1 so it's anyone's
guess as to how this game
C snk 's big game
will be next Friday when
the Bulldogs head south to
take on District 2
4A leader Niceville,
ohich us happens
ranked Class 4A
team in Florida.
Wa o y he Ftort
H END same night and you
NE can bit Crestview
Dickson fans everywhere will
be pulling for the
Dolphins be the kings.
with a Mosley win would
give Crestview the district
title by virtue of the
tiebreaker. *
A Crestview win along
with a Viking wm sets
up a shootout between
the Bulldogs, Eagles and
Vikings. A Crestview loss
and a Viking loss sets up
a shootout between the
Dolphins, Bulldogs and
Vikings to determme who
finishes second in the
district.
But looking ahead is for
the fans, and the Bulldogs
need to stay focused on
beating the Lions.
Crestview needs to keep
the momentum up heading
into the showdown with the
Eagles.
The filial weeks of football
season can be both sad and
exciting.
The sadness that comes
as young men play their
final game will come later.
And, no matter how their
respective seasons turn
out, they will always wonder
what might have been.
If the Bulldogs can
continue to ride their recent
wave of success the end
could be more exciting than
the beginning.
Crestview has shown it
can come from behind to win
on the road, and hold on to
win at home.
Now the Bulldogs must
prove they can win to make it
to the playoffs, and beyond.


up under center like they
do," he said. "It will be a
good lead into the Nicev-
Be game because they
are very multiple, and
Niceville has become very
multiple."
The Bulldogs are com-
ing off a pair of last-min-
ute wins,
They came from be-
hind to beat the Panthers
21-17 on 30-yard touch-
down pass from Blake
Ritchie to B.J. McClure
with 14 seconds left in the .
game.
LastweektheBulldogs
led Mosley 20-0 at the end
of the first qitarter only
to have to hold off a late
charge from the Dolphins ,
in taking the 34-33 win.
Baber believes the
tough games have made


the Bulldog stronger.
"Knowing you can face
adversity well is a good
thing,"' he said. "Going
down the stretch, and into
the playoffs,.if \ve make it,
it's a good thing Imowing
all the guys on the team
can fight back and not let
calls by the refs, bad plays
or missed assignments
get them down.
"The win at Milton was
crazy. I remember when
we beat Milton in' 02 here
how crazy that game was.
The whole town gets be-
hind you with those kind
of wins, and when they
get behind you that kind of
builds you up and makes
you play better because
you've got people rooting
for you and cheering you
on."


Brown thinks the close
games serve another
equally important pur-
pose.
It shows us we just
have to be more focused
mentally and can't have
any more turnovers," he
said. "We just have to stay
on our blocks and take
care of business."
Like his players,
Brunson would love to
have momentum gomg
into the Niceville game,
but the coach is looking
at the bigger picture as he
looks toward the Eagles.
"Having momentum
going into Niceville would
be great," he said. "But
this is a non-district game
and our main objective is
to get everybody healthy
for the Niceville game."


Friday. .
"It's important that we
win because it puts you
in a tempo and rhythm to
win at Niceville, and we
have to win at Niceville
because there's no other
options (if the Bulldogs
want to make the play-
offs)," senior linebacker
Ben Baber said.
OffensivelinemanNick
Brown agreed.
"We just have to keep
it up, he said. "We have
to have big momentum
gqing into the Niceville
game."
Bulldog coach Matt
Brunson described the
Lions as being "very ath-
letic" and running out of
multiple offensive sets.
"We really haven't
played anybody that lines


we are out of it and who is
in the playoffs."
That's not to say the
Gators aren't hungry to
witi with Jay and Blount-
stown following Freeport.
"They've still got
things they want to ac-
complish and one of
those things was to beat
Jay," Kellogg said. "The
kids know their day


veteran coach is viewing
the home stretch of the
season from a different
perspective.
"We are at the point
where we are saying
let's just get better each
weels" he said. "That's
all we are focusing on. We
don't have a lot of seniors
and we have talked to our
- kids about this being a


great learning time for us
the rest of the year.
"We are doing some
things and experiment-
ing with some things that
might fit next year and
what's the best ting for us
to do. We are just using all
of this as a building thing
for next year rather than
worrying about the other
teams becatise we Imow


is coming.
a It's fun to play people
like this (district leader
Freeport). It's kind of like
the SEC (Southeastern
Conference) with every-
body playing Florida and
Alabama. You ain't sup-
pose to wm, but you can
win on any Friday night
and a lot can happen. You
just never know."


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The tales of our Rand
two north Okaloosa
teams couldn't be more
Baker is still looking for
it's first win of the season
as the Gators head south to
take on District 1-1A leader in
Freeport.
The Gators are playing
for pride now and there's
nothing coach Bob Kellogg
and his team would like more
than upsetting the Bulldogs
on their home field. It doesn't
get any easier next week as
the Gators host archival Jay.
It's been a long time since
Baker knocked off the Royals
and bragging rights go a long
way in this game. Jay beat
Baker badly in the Kickoff
Classic, but that was then
and injuries have plagued the
Royals in recent weeks.
If the Gators can't notch
their first win of the year
against Freeport taking down
Jay would be even sweeter.
with three games left on
the schedule Crestview still
has some work to do.
The Bulldogs, who are 54,
have found different ways to
win the last two weeks.
Crestview beat Milton with
a 30-yard pass from Blake
Ritchie to B.J. McClure with
12 seconds left. The Bulldogs
then built a 20-0 lead in the
first quarter against District
2-4A foe Mosley and held on
for the 34-33 win as Mosley
missed an extra point and
field goal in the final 20
seconds of the game,
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JAY FELSBERG
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CHIPLEY Hundreds of
motorcycle riders and fami-
lies descended on Hard La-
bor Creek Plantation south
of Chipley in Washington
County this weekend for
the sixth annual Hard La-
bor Creek Hare Scramble.
The annual motorcycle
event is sanctioned by the
Florida Trail Riders and
sponsoredby the Tallahas-
seeT Rh dd d the na-
tional forest near Tallahas-
see for events, but pressure
from environmental groups
has largely eliminated that
option. The use of private
land, such as Hard Labor
Creek Plantation, circum-
vents that problem.
The TTA sets up the
course and cleans it up
afterwards. Riders of all
ages (men and women) run
to their bikes and take off
from a standing start. Rid-
ers follow the courses that
twist through pine forests.
I put in about 400-500
man hours on the course,"
course designer Dexter
Ledbetter said as riders
gathered for the meeting
prior to -starting competi-
tion-
Ledbetter designs the
course every year. "He's
the best," said Hard Labor
Creek Plantation owner
Ted Everett.
"The most important
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Ledbetter said, "plus high
speed and a single trail. We
want it so everybody can
enjoy it."
Young rider Russell Wig-
gins, 16, of Milton, was en-
thusiastic about the course.
"With the elevation change,
it almost doesn't seem like
it's in Florida," he said.
Wiggins, a young veteran
of the hare scramble, also
noted that Ledbetter and
his creiv "got rid of all the
trouble spots;"
Wiggins is a student
at Crestview High School
who, in the words of Evep-
ett, "was adopted by the
TTA." Everyorm got to-


gather to buy Wiggins his
bike for Christmas 2006,
and he was ready to take
the course Saturday on his
2006 Honda CR 125 in the
200B elass. Everett noted.
that a condition of getting
Wiggins his bike was that
he keeps up his grades, a
goal he is meeting.
The track was wet from
rain Friday but was rap-
idly drying out as riders
tested the course Saturday
morning. "It's going to be .
extremely fast for Sunday,
and it's already fast," Wig-
gins said.
Classes from Peewee to
Golden Master participate,


with several classes using
the full enduro course. Pee-
wees have their own course.
The event came about
from a conversation with
the owner of the 2,700-acre
plantation, Everett, and
then TTA President Jack
Mai-tin at Calloway Gar-
dens in Georgia several
years ago.
"I went there to learn
how to do a balloon festival,"
Everett said. "I met Jack,
.and he mentioned that they
were having trouble finding
places to hold a scramble: I
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Gerald Edmondson
Okaloosa County Extension director
If you grew up in the South,
no one needs to tell you that
October is pecan-harvesting
time. From pecan pies to
roasted pecans, this Southern
delicacy is a real favorite for
holiday baking.
The pecan tree has been a
staple on many homesteads for
the last 80 years. On the farm
where I was raised, pecans
were used as a food source and
extra production was sold to
pay the property taxes in good
years.
1VIany people want to Imow
whether they can grow pecans
today. The answer is yes but
with a few caveats. First, pick
the correct variety. Disease and
insects are a major problem
for pecans. In Georgia, the


No. 1pecan-producing state,
pecans are treated for insects
and disease an average of
15 times per.year. The cost
averages $180 per acre and
takes specialized equipment
to accomplish. So you need
to plant disease-resistant
varieties.
Varieties to try include
Elliott, Curtis, Jenkins,
McMillan and Carter. You need
to plant at least two varieties
to get good cross-pollination,
Select a site well away from
residences and other buildings
as well as power lines. Space
the trees 60-80 feet.apart so .
they will not crowd as they
reach maturity.
Start now looking for a
good source of trees. Yoti
can order from nurseries in
other states or shop local
outlets. Plant your trees as


soon as they arrive. Pecans by
nature have long taproots and
require a deep planting hole.
It's not uncommon to need
a hole at least 3 feet deep. It
should be 18-24 inches wide
to accommodate all the side
roots. Never run the roots
around the hole, make the hole
larger.
' Do not add amendments
to the hole except for sa half to
1 pound lime mixed with the
topsoil when filling the hole.
Water is essential on newly
planted pecan trees. During .
the first year, do not let the
roots dry out, but don't keep
them.soggy wet. Your goal
is to keep the roots evenly
moist by watering during dry
periods. Fertilize in June the
first year, with 1 pound 13-13-13
spread evenly around the tree.
Keep the pH at 6-6.5 around


harvesting early. Harvesting as
soon as they mature ensures
better quality. Do not allow
them to lay on ivet ground, as
this is one of the quickest ways
to lose nut quality.
In urban areas, squirrels
are the biggest problem after
insect and disease. There are
no chemicals legal to poison
birds or squirrels. The use
of bands around the trunk to
keep squirrels from climbing
and keeping limbs well above
the ground can help keep
squirrels out of trees. Trapping
is an option, but you cannot
release live squirrels without
permission from the property
owner,
If you need more
information about growing
pecans, get in touch with your
local County Extension office at
689-5850.


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

the tree by soil testing and
applying dolomitic limestone as
indicated by the soil test.
Expect five to eight years
to get the first small crop. As
trees mature, production will
increase. Pecans are alternate-
bearing, so the trees will have
"on" and "off" years one year
with a heavy crop followed
by a year or two with light
production. Prevent nut loss by


Spring turkey quota hunt permit applications start Nov. I
Special to the News Bulletin www.wildlifelicense.com/fl ate the group. The group's
or present their completed number will be printed on
Hunterslookingtoturkey worksheetstoanytaxcollec- the leader's receipt. Each
hunt on Florida's wildlife tor office or license agent. person wishing to join the
management areas during All applicants have the group must submit his or
the 2010 spring turkey sea- same chance of being se- her own application using
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hunt permits beginning 10 mit their applications within If chosen, applicants will
a.m. Nov 1. the application period. Ap- receive, by mail, a spring
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sheets are available now p.m. Nov 30 to be included Applicants not chosen in
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Wildlife Conservation Com- "When you submit your Phase 2 for any hunts not
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offices and online at http:// a receipt showing the hunts for the preference draw-
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resenting a cross-seetion
of businesses, nonprofits
and individuals who have
a stake in ensuring the
future of Florida's out-
standing freshwater fish-
eries. Collectively, want to learn about and
discuss lake management
issues, fisheries data and
research, so they dan pro-
vide an informed voice to
achieve the coalition's vi-
sion.
Their mission is "to
serve as a coalition of
freshwaterfisheryorgani-
zations and anglers to pro-
tect our rights by providing
representation in Florida
government on pertinent
issues that affect rect-e-
ation and conservation."
For more information, vis-
it www.FLFFC.org.
"The FLFFC is ecstatic
to be able to discuss Flor-
ida's black bass manage-
ment plan with the FWC
at our inaugural meeting.
The FLFFC and its part-
nerp are faced with many
issues, including access,
habitat protection and
water quality," said Todd
Kersey,.FLFFC president.
"We feel developing a plan
to protect the most popu-
lar fish in Florida will go a
long way in helping these
issues and preserving
the state s title as "Fish-
ing Capital of the World,"


which is critical to Florida
economy."
The FWC's Black Bass
Management Plan will ul-
timately provide the blue-
print to ensure Florida's
recognition as "The Bass
Capital of the World," said
Darrell Scovell, FWC's
director of the Division
of Freshwater Fisheries
Management.
If you're interested in
representing a fishery-de
pendent business or orga-
nization or are an avid an-
glerwithtime.tocommit
to helping the coalition,
please visit www.FLFFC.
org to reserve a seat and
to provide input and guid-
ance.to the FWC on this
comprehensive and inno-
vative new plan.
During the afternoon
session, FWC staff will
host a roundtable forum
to solicit stakeholders'
thoughts, reactions, ideas
and suggestions to help
craft the final draft that
will be presented to FWC
commissioners in Decem-
her.
The public also may
provide input at www.My
FWC.com/fishing. Sign up
for the FWC's stakeholder
newsletter "FWC 4-1-1" by
selecting "Contact FWC"
and then "FWC 4-1-1"
from the left-side pop-up
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agement plan on Oct. 26
at the Florida Freshwater
Fishing Coalition meet-
ing in Orlando. The plan
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sport fish, which includes
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in Okaloosa County Schools
and a scholarship program.
No previous Bunco experi-
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fwbjaycees.com or call 850-
642-5292.
"A NIGHT FOR
JAMES": Culture Shock
Wrestling will host a wres-
tling fundraiser Saturday,
Oct. 31, at the Mossy Head
Community Center on U.S.
Highway 90 East. All pro-
ceeds from the event will
help with medical costs for
6-year-old James Rimmer,
who has a malfunctioning
pacemaker.
Cost is $8 per person,
which children 11 and
younger getting in free.
Doors open at 7 p.m.for
the8p.m.event.Featured
wrestlers include CSW
Champion Californid Kid,
U.S.ChampionNeroJar-
dine, Tag Chathps Mike
Metal and Victor Cru, and
many others. Free Hallow-
een candy


from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
church group will also col-
lect canned, dried or boxed
food items for Sharing and
Caring. Furniture; house-
hold; men's, women's and
children's clothing; and
other items will be available
for sale.
"B & B".TALENT EX-
TRAVAGANZA: Saturday,
Nov. 21, at 4 p.m. at the
Carver-HE School Center
in Crestview. Children
and adults are welcome
to perform in the sixth an-
nual talent show. Trophies
and prizes will be awarded.
Please respond no later
than Nov 11by calling
Brenda or Tamara Bess
at 682-5540 or Darlene
Brunson at 689-0738.
AMERICAN GIRLS
BOOK CLUB: The Crest-
view Public Library, 1445
Commerce Drive, behind*
the post office, is hosting an
American Girls Book Club.
The club meets every third
Saturday of the month from
10 a.m. until noon in the
Story Room. Members talk
about the book and discover
shore about life at different
times in American history.
Activities, arts and crafts,
and interesting snacks are
part of each session.
Join in by signing up
in Youth Services for each
meeting; get the book from
the library or purchase it,
and finish reading the se-
lected book for that month
before coming to the meet-
ing.
Saturday, Nov. 21's topic
is "Meet Kaya." For details,
call 682-4432.
CHILD INSURANCE
REGISTRATION: Paula
Jackson of Families Count
is offering assistance to
local residents who want to
register their children for
Florida KidCare insurance.
Walk-ins are accepted ev-
ery 'Ibesday and Thursday.
from 8-10 a.Ii2. at Jobs Plus
on Wilson Street in Crest-
view. If you would rather
arrange a different time,
please call her at 850-685-
4086. Please bring proof of
.income and Social Security
numbers for every member
of your household.
SOUPKITCHEN
HOURS: A fourth lun
has been added to the soup
kitchenlist.Inadditionto
being open Mondays and
Friday, 11 a.m. to noon at
First Presbyterian Church,
492 N. Ferdon Blvd., and


Wednesday, 11a.m. to 1
p.m. at First Assembly of
God Church, 400 S. Ferdon
Blvd., Community of Christ
Church at 398 W. First Ave.
in Crestview is open Thurs-
days from 11 a.m. to noon.
Come eqjoy a free meal and
friendly company, or come
meet the staff and sign up
to help. All are welcome
. and appreciated.
In addition, the YMCA
on Wilson.Street in Crest-
view now offers showers for
homeless people Mondays
and Fridays from 5-6 p.m.
This service is provided
through Opportunity Inc.
Immanuel church mem-
bers are in need of bikes,
which they repair and issue
to the homeless. Please call
423-0711 if you can assist
with this service. .
WEIGHT WATCHERS
meets every Thursday at
Episcopal Church of the
Epiphany, 424 Garden St.,
Crestview. Registration and
weigh-in begin at 5 p.m.;
meeting follows.
GFWC WOMAN'S
CLUB ACTIVITIES: The
GFWC Woman's Club of
Crestview Inc.'s clubhouse
is located at 150 Woodlawn
Drive in Crestview.
RED CROSS CLASS-
ES are offered in Okaloosa
County. Visit www.yourred
cross.org to register.
ART CONTEST: The
Ladies Auxiliary to the
Veterans of Fbreign Wars
Post 5450 in Crestview is
looking for artistic students
in grades nine-12 to partici-
pate in the Young Patriotic
Art Contest. Students have
several months to create
patriotic art that could earn
thein college scholarship
money worth thousands.
The deadline to enter is .
March 31, 2010. Details:
LAVFW Presiderit Lynn
Mobley, 537-3375 or 978-
0685.
DOGWOOh GARDEN
CLUB: Members meet the
first Monday of each month
from September through
May. Anyone interested in
learning more about gar-
dening is invited to visit or
join. Please call 682-2691 or
682-3639.

MISCELLANEOUS
BUNCOFUND- e
RAISER: The Republican
Women of Okaloosa Feder-
ated (RWOF) will be host-
ing a Halloween Bunco


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NORTH OKALOOSA
OCTOBER BLOOD
DRIVES: The following
Northwest Florida Blood
Services drives will be held
in North Okaloosa County:
Oct. 29, North Okaloosa
Medical Center, Crestview,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Oct. 30: Bob Sikes Ele-
mentary School, Crestview,
4-7:30.p.m.
Details: 862-4216.
HALLOWEEEN AT
WESLEYAN: On Friday,
Oct. 30, at 9:30 a.m., the
Wesleyan Child Care Cen-
ter in Crestview will be cel-
ebrating Halloween at the
center. Children will have a
house entry that they along
with their families have cre-
ated, and they will go trick-
or-treating at all the houses.
Family and friends
are invited to come visit
the event and see all the
houses that the children
have created. The school
is also selling raffle tickets
for a handmade doll house
that we will be presented
just in time for Christmas.
The event will take place
on the corner of Alabama
and Eighth avenues across
the street from the center.
Details: 682-7319.
CITY OF CRESTVIEW
HALLOWEEN: MayorI
David Cadle announces
that Trick-or-Treat will be
observed in the City of
Crestview on Saturday, Oct
31, froni 6-8 p.m. Motorists
are urged to use increased
caution at that time for the
safety of the children par-
ticipatingin this event.
PAXTON HERITAGE
FESTIVAL: Saturday, Oct.
31, at 10 a.m. at the Sheriff's
substation on U.S. Highway
331 in Paxton. Sponsored
by the Paxton Ruritan Club
and the Masons. Details, 1
Bill at 850-834-3031.
YMCA COACH CALL:
The Crestview Family
YMCA needs coaches and


referees for flag football
and fall soccer. Apply
through Nov 14 at the
YMCA at 298 N. WilsonSt.
in Crestview. Call Glenn
Scott at 689-2999 for more
details. .
FULL MOON AMERI-
CAN INDIAN HUNTING
CAMP: This program is
scheduled at the Crestview
library Monday, Nov. 2 from
6-8 p.m.
Relive the past with Blue
Heron (Wah-ka-chobee),
a deminole/Creek Indian,
Farris Powell presents a
unique historical impres-
sion of the Seritinole war-
rior at the turn of the 19th
century. See history come
to.1ife in this authentic
1830s hunting camp the
clothing, weapons, tools,
games, musical instru-
ments and food.
Bring blankets or lawn
chairs, and dress appro-
priately for the weather. In
case of rain, the program
will be held next door in
the Crest view Community
Center. The program is
designed for school-age
children through adult. The
library is at 1445 Commerce
Drive in Crestview, behind
the post office. Call 682-4432
for more information.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURE: Lectures are
held once a month at 10:30
a.m. at the Crestview Pub-
lic Library, 1445 Commerce
Drive.
On Nov. 3, Brian Hughes,
New Bulletin entertain-
ment editor, will present
"World War II: Big Screen
to Little Screen."
The Dec. 1 presentation
by Dr. Atine IIawe Holt of
Tallahassee is called "Lock
'em Up...or Not: The His-
tory of Florida Prisons,
1868-1925."
TRI-COUNTY COUN-
CIL MEETING: The Tri-
County Community Council
will hold an Okaloosa com-
munity meeting to elect,
a representative for low-
income people to serve on
the group's board of direc-
tors. It will be held Nov. 3 at
8 a.m. at the council's office
at 290 Martin Luther King
Jr. Ave. in Crestview.
WHITE ELEPHANT
FUNDRAISER: New '
Bethel United IVIethodist
ChurchonU.S.Highway
85 North (2 miles north of
Winn-Dixie, will host an
indoor white elephant and
bake sale Saturday, Nov. 7,


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80nnie kan Ke ey
Bonnie Jean Kelley,
75, passed away Oct.p,
2009, at her home in
Montclair, Calif.
She was born in
Indianapolis and was
one of nine children. She
moved to Califoi*nia when
she was 11years old.
She is survived by .
Thomas Kelley St from
Milligan. They were
married for 57 years and
had eight children.
She is also survived
by Thomas Kelley Jr., -
his wife, Elizabeth, of
Montclair; Anita Le
Myre de Marseilles, her
husband, Russell, of
Ontario, Calif.; Eilene
Bashor, her husband,
Lee, of Nashua, N.H.;
Sharori Ross, her ,
husband, Dan, of Ontario,
Calif.; Pete Kelley, his
wife, Renee, of Incline
Village, Nev.; Laura
Golloher, her husband,
Burton, of Baker; and
Michael Kelley and his .
wife, Cathy, of Baker.
Bonnie was preceded
in death by her son,
Kevin Kelley., She had 12
grandchildren, two step-
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren. .
She is also survived
by two sisters and one
brother. -
Bonnie was a
longstanding member
of Foothill Baptist,
later named Maintain
View Baptist Church in
Claremont, Calif., where
for many years she was
the treasurer. She will be
laid to rest in the Kelley
Cemetery. "
Graveside funeral
services willbe held at
2 part. Wednesday, Oct.
28, at Kelley Family ,
Cemetery, with Pastor
Ted Jernigan officiating.
Brackney Phneral
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Brian Hughes
brianh@ciestviewbulletin.com
When bikers in the Tour
de France cross the Alps
or BMX racers at home or
abroad head for the finish
line, they have a small, fam-
ily-owned firm in Crestview
. tothankforanintegralcom-
ponent of their bicycles: the
ring that drives the chain.
By the same token, some-
one relaxing with a refresh-
mgd e ge n ch h ng
Alabama has the same firm
to thank for the steadfast
"stent"thatholdstheseatto
thoundercarriage.
On the other end of the
spectrum, the smoothly op-
erating caddy that cradles
an armament in the belly
of an Air Force bomber was
maChintedin sun hop;
founded in 1999 to serve the
bicycle component market.
In a typical week, upwards
of 3,000 bicycle bhain rings
are shipped from its Oka-
loosa County Air Park shop.
But with seven computer
numeric control cutting
machines in its manufactur-
ing bay, the firm's capabili-
ties expend far beyond bike
sprockets.
"Wecandomorecomplex
designs, including depths
and sculpting," explained
general manager Michael
Shrovanek, whose wife, Eliz-
abeth, bought the business
in May 2008. 'Ibgether the
Skrovaneks havebeenwork-
ing to both elevate the com-
pany's quality and diversify
its clientindustrybase,
Their efforts have paid
off.LastmonthCustomPro-
duction was certified to th
International Organizatioa
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TOPS CONTEST: The TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly)
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are in the groove and ready to lose those extra
pounds. The six-week contest, "Are You Really
Ready to Lose?" had co-winners Wilma Coley and
Flora Copeland, with runner-up Mable Charrette,
pose with their certificates showing they have
what it takes to lose weight. The contest lasted
six weeks and had members giving health tips,
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VETERAN OPPORTUNITY* Bridgeway Center Inc.
Executive Director Dan Cobbs and Clinical Officer
Allison Velez (far right) presented 300 sticks of
deodorant to Virginia Barr and Lenore Wilson
(center left) as part of the Okaloosa County 2009
Ve Sta dD fo the
terans n own r ome ess. arr,
executive director of Okaloosa-Walton Mental
Health Association and Okaloosa Homeless.
Continuum of Care/Opportunity Inc., and Wilson,
Opportunity Place executive director, assembled
the bags of toiletries for the homeless. Participating
organizations arid individuals stood down from
normal duties on Oct. 16 to assist First Presbyterian
Church to provide services.and information to
homeless veterans and their families.


PHOTOS BY BRIAN HUGHES | CrestviewNews Bulletin
DILIQENCE Technician Eric Thames monitors a
Custom Production computer numeric control
(CNC) cutting machine as it produces a
component to the client's specifications. Code
on Thames' computer monitor was generated
from the client's technical drawings and directs
the machine's cutting head.

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CISION: These bicycle
in rmgs have gone
ugh the first two stages of
sufacture, including cutting
aluminum blanks into
ares and cutting the inside
fils. Next they will be cut
circular forms with teeth
the bikes chain.
KING: At left, Penny
,ey, a seven-year Custom
auction employee, loads
0 chair stems into a box
shipping to the client.
tend to pick up the crumbs,"
chuckled Michael. "We are
aiming to get subcontracts
to build our resume."
Meanwhile,-forced to re-
duce its production team to
15 employees from 22 this.
summer, the Skrovaneks
mmd their budgets carefully.
Money has been recently
put into a new brochure and
Web site, but the original old
sign, now a bit faded, hangs
out by the road.
"I haven't changed the
sign," Michael smiled. "It's
a matter ofwhereyou spend -
your money."
Fbr more information
about Custom Production,
visit http://wwto.custom
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"The certification vali-
dates Custom Production's
efforts to maintain, improve
and deliver the highest ley-
el of quality for alummum
component users ma van-
ety of industries," Michael
Skrovanek stated in a press
release.
"Many potential custom-
ers require certification as
an entry ticket," Elizabeth
Shrotranek said. "We knew
we had good internal prac-
tices, but wanted to receive
the formal certification to
demonstrate our prowess."
"We think it will open
some doors for us," her
husband continued. Govern-


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he said, are more often as-
signed to ISO-rated contrac-
tors.
The ISO rating is also a
sign that Custom Produc-
tion's business and operat-
ing procedures meet strin-
gent criteria. .
"A good quality system
drives cost out of the process
for both the manufacturer
and the customer," said
Larry Ard, the company's
director of operations and
bne of its original founders.
"In today's economy, reduc-
ingcostandimprovingvalue
is paramount."
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Legal # 100898
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, FIRST JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
2009-DR-3508-S
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOSEPHINE POWELL,
Petitioner/ Wife,
and
GREGORY K. POW-
EU.,
Respondent/ Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Gregory K. Powell
Last known address:
PSC 3 BOX 3347, apo
ap 96266
Present Address: Un-
known.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action for disso-
lution of marriage has
been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if,
any, to:
STEPHEN J. RYAN,
SQUIRE
RISEN & RYAN
436 Green Acres Road
Ft. Walton Beach, FL
32547
ATTORNEY FOR PETI-
TIONER
on or before November
25, 2009 and file the
original with the Clerk
of this Court at the
Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar Florida either
before sewice on
Petitioner's attomey or
immediately thereafter;
othenvise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
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

Lit te rHap pe ns
"


SELWYN COMER, de-
ceased, is pending in
the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
1250 North Eglin Park-
way, Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florlda
. 32579. The names and
addresses of the Per-
sonal Representative
and of the Personal
Representative's attor.
ney are setTorth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other her-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding un matured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy ofthisnotice 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 THEM.
All other credRors of
the decedent and other
persons havirig claims
or demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding ubmatured,
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 NOT SO
FILED WILL BE 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
Attomey for Personal
Representative
.
The date offirst publi-
cation of this notice is
October 21, 2009.
10/21/09
10/28/09


12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, required certain
automatic disclosure
of documents and In-
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
of pleadings.
10/21/09
10/28/09
11/04/09
11/11/09

Legal # 100889
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000279 C
Notice is hereby given
that Florida Bids, LLC,
as holder of the follow.
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is.
stance, the name In
which the property is
assessed and the de.
scription of the prop.
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3138 of
2007 Assessed to:
Shri Jala Bapa Inc
Description: Com NE
Cor of NE1/4 of NW1/4
W221.87 ft S4 deg
W935.1 ft to POB S4
deg W392.89 ft
W653.67 ft N471 it S76
dog E440 ft N87 deg
E266.8 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
32-3N-23-0000-0042-
0000 Opening Bid:
$226,052.77
All of said property be.
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Ror-
Ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the. certifl-
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
October, 2009. '
. DON W HOWARD
.CLERK OF THE CIRm
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia; DC
10/14/09
10/21/09
10/28/09
11/04/09 a


Legal # 100896
IN THE CIRCU
COURT IN AND F
OKALOOSA COU
FLORIDA FIRST
DICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA CASE
09-DR-6090
In Re: The Marriage
TRISTA.LEIGH
CROSTON,
Petitioner/ Wife,
v.
TIMOTHY TALPH DA
VIS, .
Respondent/ Husba
NOTICE OF ACT
FOR DISSOLUTI
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Timothy Ralph D
vis
Ho(nestead, Florida
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has b
filed against you and
that you are required
serve a copy of your
written defenses to R
any, on Connie Rop
Attomey at Law, who
address is 296 Sout
Ferdon Blvd., Suite 5
Crestview, Florida
32536 on or before
member 20, 2009 an
ille the original with t
clerk of this Court at
101 James Lee BWd
Crestview, Florida
32536, before service
on Petitioner or imm
diately thereafter if
you fall to do so, a
fault may be entered
against you for the
lief demanded in th
petition.
Copies of all court
documents In this
case, including
orders, are available
at Clerk of the Circ
Court's office. You
may review these
documents upon m
quest.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notify
of your current ad-
dress. (You may fli
Notice of Current
Address, FlorIda Si
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915) Futur
papers in this laws
will be mailed to th
address on record
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
12:285, FlorIda Fam


Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure
of documents and in-
formation. Failure to
comply can result In-
eanctions, including
dismissal or striking'
of pleadings.
Dated October 16,
2009.
Don W. Howard
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT
BY: Kitty Simms
Deputy Clerk
10/21/09
10/28/09
11/04/09
11/11/09


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location
formed
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phone
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Board
meeting
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an attend the
at the above
and be fully in-
of the discus-
taking place ei-
person or by tel-
communica-
Either or both the
ners meeting or
of Supervisors
may be contin-
a date, time,
ace to be speci-
n the record at
meeting.
nt to provisions
Americans with
ties Act, any
requiring spe-
accommodations
participate in this
is asked to
t the District Of-
(813) 933-5571,
48 hours before
aring. If you are
or speech im-
please contact
rida Relay Serv-
(800) 955-8770
in contacting the
Office.
on who decides
eal any decision
by thp Board
respect to any
considered at
meeting is advised
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of the proceed-
nd that accord-
the person may
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evidence upon
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Legal # 100895
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 18T
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA .
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2009 DR
0059158 DIVISION
JOHN T BROWN
ROHIT CHANDOK
Petitioner,
and
VIBHA CHANDOK.
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: VIBHA CHANDOK
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 240 H CLIF-
FORD ST. FORT.WAL-
TON BEACH, FL.
32547
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
. you are required to
serve a copy of yotir
written defenses, if any.
to it on ROHIT
CHANDOK, whose ad-
dress is 240 H CLIF-
FORD ST'FORT WAL-
TON BEACH, FL32547
on or before November
25, 2009, and file the
original with the clerk of
this Court afl250 N. -
Eglin Pkwy, Shalimar,
FL 32579 before serv-
ice on Petitioner or im-
mediately thereafter If
you fall to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the re-
lief demanded in the
petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
order6,a re available
at the Clerk of the Gr
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, Florida 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


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1120 Pubile Notices/
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1125 Carpools &
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1130 Adoptions
on id{
1160 Lost
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Legal # 100894
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JD IAL CRR-
T,
OO ACC N '
09 CP 1119

KN R TATENOF:
COMER
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cease
NOTICE TO CREDI-
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The administration of *
the estate of KEITH


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a- LEGAL#120387 fice at
at least
NOTICE OF LAND- the he
OWNERS AUDIT hearing
RVICES PRO- paired,
een POSAL REVIEW COM- the Flo
MITTEE AND BOARD ice at
to OF SUPERVISORS for aid
MEETING District
, if A pers
er HERITAGE PLANTA- to app
se TION COMMUNITY DE- made
h DEVELOPMENT DIS- with
' TRICT matter
the m
No- Notice is hereby given that pe
d to all landowners within record
he Heritage Plantation ings a
Community Develop- ingly,
ment District (the need t
"District") for lands gere verbatim
e rally described as proceed
e- comprising a parcel of including
land approximately 913 and
de- acres located in which
d Okaloosa County, Flor- be base
re- ida on the North side of
e Helms Farm Road, Pete Wi
West side of State District
Road 85, and South of
. Brid as Lane, gener- 10/21/2
ally, advising that a 10/28/2
meeting of landowners
e will be held for the pur-
uk pose of electing three Legal #
supeNisors,
N
DATE: November 12,
2009 TIME:1:00 p.m. Skansk
(CST) PLACE: Robert & Lor
L. F. Sikes Public Li- taking
brary 1445 Commerce ,two
ed Drbre Crestview, FL process
32539 Okaloo
e cial C
Each landowner may propose
l- vote in person or by obtain
written proxy. Proxy Kevin E
forms may be obtained kevin.e
e upon request at the of- m of (4
uit fice of the District Man- 10/21/0
e ager, c/o Rizzetta & 10/24/0
at Company, 120 Rk:hard 10/28/0
Jackson Blvd, Suite 10/31/0
220, ,Panama City =11/04/0
Beach, FL 32407
ily 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
him or her and located
within the District for


as one acre. The acre-
age of planted lots shall Ellie'
not be aggregated for Mo
d6termlnlng the num- FT O
ber of voting units held Gal
pg gdto net following eC
the landowners meet- day &
ing there. vvill be con- count
ndd Co me call 683
Distrlet for the purpose


response: to the RFP for Honest
Audit Services. Follow- Lady w
ing the Audit Commit- houses
tbeee meeting them II In m
meeting of the Board of Tak
Supervisors ("Board") do ea
of the District for the work>H
purpose of considering Re
certain organizational 850-240
e a rd
tain District officers,
and other such busi-


eh eb re i ewA
O
and will be conducted /Ins
n ac dance wit

L wopfoen o n De
copy of the agenda for
these meetings can be Afford
obtained from Rizzetta Imp
& Company, 120 Rich. maint
ard Jackson Blvd, Sulte
220, Panama City
Beach, FL, 32407, H
There may be an occa- Repa
sion where one or more Add
supervisors will partict. Pa
pate by telephone. At Carpe
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1 & 2 BR, HC & non
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ments.
209 Bent .Oreek Road,
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Crestviest-1BR, water/
basic cable included,
$475. mo. call
850-273-1977 or
850-758-0911


| 6110
Newt1150s o2 bRe2tb
Holt. Stove, Fridge, Mi-
cro, DW, included. With
w/d hkup, Lots of stor-
age, & covered park-
ing. $700 mo Call
850-537-4094 or
850-902-3660



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for Rent. Ref req. Call
682-4070 or 830-2061,
682-1972, 758-7206



3 br, 2 ba, 111 Grand
Prix Crestview Split
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sea 510 na 9 4-2 5 de


2br 2Dbab Brick
3- 5 36inf20 nation
4.br, 3 ba foreclosure
$11,500, only $217 mo,
5%down 15 yrs @
8%apr. Buy 3 br, $199
mo for listings Call
(800)366-9783 ext 5798
Crusty w 30BR/2

-6129902-5432 or
Crestview 3 br, 2 ba, 1
cg, AC, fenced yard.


Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
2 cg, FP, 1635sf. 3 yrs
-2 b3+dd. pet
Crestview- Downtown,
3b/h a ck mboulse
cludes water & gar-
2fe lease call (850)
Crestview- home for
rent, country setting. 1
acre of land 3br, 2ba.
$650. mo. 682-4280 or
699-4282



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home$675.
+4br/2baM/H$700
om. a (ba brick
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a Epp on
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Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800


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2br,1.5ba;M
*2381R5unnym deDr
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*1090A Farmer St
4 r ina
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*17041stAve
2
3 br, 1.5 ba. $700
*381 Crooked Pine
3bde2.5ba, $750
*3278 AuburrtRd.
3 br, 2 ba, $695
*S41CrookedPine I
3 br, 2.5 ba, $775
*414 Oak Place
3 br, 2 ba, $795
*4685 Bobolink
3bd, 2ba $8
*5682 Reinky
4 br, 3 ba, $895
T2Sbhoal ke
,
gfebs $995
*179 Conquept,
3 br,2 ba, $1050
*4164 Big Buck
4 br, 3 ba, $1200
23 I n$1350

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682-6156
5212 Ray Street,
$600, 2BR,1BA
8819 Golden Acres,
$790, 813R, 2BA, lacre
9 ASinRRd 2BA no
2 Woodlawn Dr. C
$750, 1/1 furnished
, kA CG
130 Indian Trail Dr.
$875 3BIR, 2BA no pets
*718 Majestic Prince,
$975,. 3BR, 2BA no
pets
1420 Quail Ridge Dr,
$975, 3BR, 2BA, 1 ac"
394 Riverchase Blvd,
$1,000, SBR, 2pA, 2CG s
1303 Jeffryscott Dr,
$1,000, 3BR, 2BA,2CG
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car t eitsi e;g
ing, pet fees are
non-refundable-
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FrOSt 682-6156


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585-5656


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Legar#100906
NOTICE OF SALE
in accordahce with
Florida Statues, let it be
known that Brown's
Mini Storage, located in
Crestivew, Oklaoosa

Acunty Floridal, gives
UNIT # 163
BROADEN JENKINS
UNIT # 100
STEVE HUMBERT
UNIT # 14
that e ona ropdesrty
shall be sold to the
public on 10-28-09 at
n -Ma facility:


10/88/09
Legal #120395
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with
Florida Statues, Keep-
safe Storage, located
at I-loss5t Dri

highest bidder the
household arid other
goods stored in the be-
low listed units. Said
e ra htto b ssold t

157 Kerri A. Beattie
K20 Me n L. Moore
K49 Sc Stewart
The sale shall take
5a0c9e on emb
KeepSafe Storage.
10/21/09
10/28/09
LEGAL#120396
NOTICE OF COMPLE-
TIONAD
GAC Contractors, Inc.
hereby gives notice of
completion of contract
tem Wlil gran con
tion of Milligan Water
1.ir e- Con pe r
four consecutive weeks
be nnin /1 09 a

if as neojamptain
d IthduingEt ne
Peters Municipal Asso-
es652 DP n,0 ae
bama36302
10/21/2009
ce
11/11/2009 ,

LEGAL#120404 .
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complete od contract
Systems for construc-
nnes C 3.W
notice will appear for
boe in gse 8e09weeks
I 111/2 .ectiAII
with this project should
d Ithd ngE npeer,
Peters Municipal Asso-
ciates, Inc. Post Office
Box 6523, Dothan, Ala-
bama 36302.
10/28/2009
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