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A fatal shooting occurred at this home on
South.Savage Street in Crestview.


One man is dead and his
two brothers face charges of
murder in connection with a
fatal Sunday night shooting.
Jeffery L. Brown, 35, was
pronounced dead at North EDDIE
Okaloosa Medical Center RICE
following a shooting at 548
S. Savage St: shortly after 8
p.m.
His brother, Jasper C. Brown, 30, was
arrested and is in custody at the Okaloosa
County Jail and is charged with an open
count of murder.


*searching for a third brother
and second suspect in the
shooting, Eddie Dene Rice,
28, who was at large Tuesday.
Police said he is considered
armed and dangerous.
JASPE "All three have the same
SBROWN father," Crestview Police Lt.
BOWN Jamie Grant said.
People living in the resi-
dential neighborhood in Central Crest-
view said they are shocked by the turn of
events.
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT........ A 8
SPORTS ................................ B 1
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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
FALL FESTIVAL: A variety of characters frequented the sand art booth sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Crestview during the city's
annual downtown festival on Saturday. For a photo gallery of the Fall Festival, see page B5 of this edition of the News Bulletin or visit
our Web site at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Matter of CHOICE: More partnerships

needed for schools' aviation program


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.comn

Let's say you have a'
great educational program
that not only inspires kids
from middle school through
their high school years, but
also prepares them for a
lucrative career through
university-level, industry-
certified instruction. Top
it off with providing those
same kids with a valuable
skill that they can bring
back and apply right here
in Okaloosa County to make
a great life for themselves,
their families and their
community.
Too good to be true? Not
at all. The CHOICE aviation
program in several Oka-
loosa School District high
schools provides all these
benefits.
"Anytime you begin to
add something like that,
it's value-added education,"
said Cindy Gates, principal
of Choctawhatchee High


School, where the program
originated.
Now more than ever,
despite a questionable
economy, the CHOICE
aviation program is one of
the cornerstones of area
education. But at the same
time, it's surprisingly also
one of the Okaloosa School
District's most threatened
programs.
"Because it's value-add-
ed, it does cost a little more,
but our funding in the state
has gone the. other way,"
said Gates during a visit
last week to speak to the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce's airport com-
mittee. "To be able to keep
these value-added pro-
grams that cost a little bit
more, we're having to look
to partners, to businesses
in our community to help us
sustain our businesses."
"All of the CHOICE pro-
grams are built on partner-
ships," added Crestview
See CHOICE A2


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I
Crestview News Bulletin
LENDING SUPPORT: Above, Dr.
Robert Owen, president of
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University, flew to Crestview
from Daytona to lend his
support for the county's
CHOICE Aviation Institutes.
At left, Embry-Riddle aviation
instructor Leo Murphy,
director of the Okaloosa
County CHOICE Aviation
Institutes, talks to the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce airport committee.


Mayor


suffers


mild heart


attack
Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com

Crestview Mayor David
Cadle suffered a mild heart
attack Sunday morning but
is recuper-
ating and
reports from
his bed at
Fort Walton
Beach Med-
. ical Center,
"I feel fine."
"He's do-
DAVID CADLE ing fine,"
echoed
Cadle's City Hall assistant
Phyllis Conrad, who said
the mayor was stabilized
after Cadle's wife, Shirley,
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"It's a sad situation,"
Crestview resident Book-
er Jackson said.
Jeffery Brown was
with a group of people
standing around a burn
barrel at the home on
Savage Street when they
were approached by Jas-
per Brown and Rice, both
of whom were armed,
witnesses told police.
"All indications are
that the shooter was ac-
tually looking for a sub-
ject that was not at the
gathering, and when the
victim tried to diffuse the
situation, he was shot," a
press release issued by
the police department
states.
Police have not re-
leased any further details


The Criminal Investigations Division
of the Crestview Police Department
requests anyone with information
concerning this case to contact them
at 682.4157, or call Emerald Coast
Crime Stoppers at 863.TIPS (8477).


about the shooting.
"It is still an active
investigation," Lt. Jamie
Grant said.
At first blush, there
was little indication Mon-
day morning a shoot-
ing had taken place at
the yellow, single story
ranch-style home on Sav-
age Street. Police tape
evident at most homi-
cide scenes was lacking,
and other than a porch


light that had been left
on, there was no visible
activity at the home. A
small dog was chained
inside the fence.
Two men standing in
the road outside said they
were family members of
the victim but declined to
be identified.
"That's where he was
shot," one of the men
said, pointing to a red-
dish stain that colored


the dirt near the porch of
the home. The blood stain
was about 20 feet from
the burn barrel where
the people were congre-
gated before the shooting
took place.
Margaret Smith, who
was walking her dog past
the home
Monday
morning,
said she
knew of the
family.
I don't
know what
happened
MARGARET last night,
SMITH but this is
a tragedy,"
Smith said. "All of this
shooting has got to be cut
out."


CADLE from page Al


drove him to the North Okaloosa
Medical Center Sunday morning.
From there, he was transported
to the Fort Walton Beach Medical
Center's coronary care unit where
his doctor was waiting for him. A
stent was inserted in his artery,
Mayor Cadle said.
Cadle began having back pain
Friday evening, which precluded
his attendance at a reception at
Northwest Florida State College
for the contingent of guests from
Crestview's French sister city, Noir-
moutier.


"It went away, and I dismissed
it," Cadle said. "Then Sunday morn-
ing, I had pain, and I knew what that
was."
After the stent was installed, "I
haven't had a bit of pain since."
Cadle said his doctor informed
him he had suffered no damage to
his heart.
"I'm doing fine," Cadle said. "I
got a good report this morning."
Jeremy Cadle reported his father
was moved out of the Intensive Care
Unit Monday morning.
While the mayor is in the hos-


pital, according to the city charter,
City Council President Bob Allen
and Vice President Charles Baugh
share city administration responsi-
bilities.
"We hope to have him back here
in a couple days," said Allen.
"We send our best regards and
pray for Mayor Cadle," said County
Commissioner Wayne Harris. "We
want him back to good health and
prosperity."
"I was very fortunate," Cadle
assured his well-wishers, "I feel
,fine."


November is National Hospice Month

In celebration of National Hospice Month, Covenant Hospice and
various local tree nurseries will be teaming up to plant trees throughou-
South Alabama, Northwest Florida and the Big Bend area of Florida.
Covenant Hospice hopes that by planting these trees, they will grow -
roots of awareness in the local community of the compassionate care
that hospice provides, and the peace that hospice brings. The trees
will also serve as a reminder that all people have the right to live
with dignity and respect, even to the last moment of life.


FOR MORE INFORMATION:
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CHOICE from p

High School Principal Ed
Coleman.
Airport Committee
Chairman Derek Lott put
it more succinctly. "Their
main problem is not getting
the political support to con-
tinue their program," Lott
said, "but the program is
paramount for our region."
Indicative of the pro-
gram's popularity, cur-
rently Crestview and Choc-
tawhatchee high schools
each have about 140 stu-
dents enrolled in the in-
stitute. Panama City and
Niceville - now in its sec-
ond year in the program -
follow with about 70 each. A
new program at Fort Walton
Beach High School enrolled
about 40 students.
"When you count th'e
middle schools and high
schools, you have more
than 1,000 students receiv-
ing a formal aviation edu-
cation," said Leo Murphy,
director of the CHOICE
Aviation Institutes for Em-
bry-Riddle Aeronautical
University, which operates
the program.
Joining Gates, Coleman
and Murphy at the meeting
was Embry-Riddle instruc-
tor Tim Hester and the
university's president, Dr.
Robert Owen, who flew one
of the school's planes up to
Crestview from the Dayto-
na campus to show support
for the institutes.
"For the CHOICE pro-
grams, we're the college
model," said Hester.
Because the kids are eh-
rolled at the university lev-
el, their paperwork shows
them located on the Day-
tona campus even though
they study and attend class
in their own Okaloosa Coun-
ty high schools.
"It's officially a partner-
ship between Okaloosa and
Embry-Riddle," Murphy
explained. "It was the first
of its kind in the country.
The professors are in the
classrooms. The kids don't
even have to leave the high
school. They walk down the
hall, and they're in a college
classroom."
It's an arrangement that
causes confusion when it's
time for yearbook pictures,.
Murphy addedwith a chuck-
le. "They get calls from the
photographer wondering
why they haven't sat for
their yearbook photos."
The program has caught
on beyond the high school
years, area educators said.
The Introduction to Aero-
space course at Shoal River
Middle School, for example,
grooms students for the
CHOICE program awaiting
them at Crestview High.
"The idea is to give those
kids a little taste of what
they can get when they
Move on to the high school


iage Al


programs," said Shoal Riv-
er Principal Bob Jones, a
flyer himself. "We give them
a little bit of everything.
We're trying to get the kids
geared up, so when they go
to Crestview High, we can
get them into those unique
programs."
I "My best kids were go-
ing off to college and not
coming back," lamented
Gates. "There was a whole
world out there we weren't
addressing, and we weren't
preparing students for it.
Now we are catching them
in high school, and we're
catching them in middle
school."
Embry-Riddle's presi-
dent praised the program
for introducing a wide range
of area students to a techni-
cal field.
"The white, upper class
boy crowd is already pretty
tapped out," Dr. Owen said.
"If you want to win in the
technology race, unless
you're really stupid, it's go-
ing to have to be based on
diversity. You are going to
have to plum the fruit of this
country."
To assure the program's
continued success, how-
ever, requires constant
synergy with the institutes'
business and community
partners, an increasingly
difficult challenge in the
tight economy.
"That's what we're try-
ing to do right now, to sus-
tain the program," Gates
said. "The partners have
been out there. We have
received all kinds of incred-
ible equipment from them.
We continue to receive sup-
port.
"We have that step, but
we need to go to the next
step to help Crestview and
Choctaw sustain the college
level," Gates continued. "A
few years ago when every-
one was fat and happy, it
wasn't an issue. It truly has
to do with the state of the
economy."
"Starting jobs for people
with professional training
are what the aviation indus-
try is looking for," Lott said.
"We want to strengthen
our partnerships," Gates
said. "They are going to
need our kids to come back
and work with them. We
have some eager beavers
- ninth- and tenth-graders
- who want to go into the
program."
They're in therightplace.
In the recently proclaimed
"aerospace corridor" from
New Orleans to Tallahas-
see, "Okaloosa County is far
and beyond everyone else,"
Murphy said.
"This is a profit center
for our industry partners,"
Owen reminded business
leaders. "We're going to
make you money."


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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


rz l Charges filed against Coup in Sheriff's Office scandal


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
PLANNING: Mary Mancini and Rae Schwartz discuss
ideas for an outdoor concert series for Crestview
before October's committee meeting.


Arts fest, concerts


planned for area


Local OAA committee

moving forward

Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
Just a couple months
ago, the idea of a winter arts
festival was just a notion,
one of those sort of nebu-
lous concepts that would be
"nice." At last week's meet-
ing of the Okaloosa Arts
Alliance's north county com-
mittee, members received
a report from chairwoman
Rae Schwartz that shows
the idea has assumed form.
And a date.
On Saturday, Jan. 16,
Crestview High School will
play host to an area-wide
festival of the visual and
performing arts, including
works by students and adult
artists.
"Our vision for this event
was to have all the arts rep-
resented," Schwartz said.
Schwartz met with CHS
Principal Ed Coleman ear-
lier in October and said he
supports this unprecedented
opportunity to showcase the
talent of student and local
artists. If everything goes
as planned, attendees will
be able to stroll the hallways
admiring visual arts, while in
venues around the schools,
they'll delight in vocal
and instrumental music
groups, dancers and dra-


matic performances.
Invitations will soon go
out to visual and performing
arts classes and clubs in all
area schools, Schwartz said.
"We're all blown away by
the talent we see and hear in
our schools," Schwartz said.
Before the meeting be-
gan, Schwartz chatted with
Mary Mancini, whose late
husband, Mike, directed a
popular regional big band.
Mary Mancini brought to the
committee the idea of a pub-
lic concert series, perhaps in
Spanish Trail Park, and of-
fered to use her connections
to secure regional musical
groups to play at the series.
The idea met with im-
mediate enthusiasm. "Keep
it diversified," Mancini en-
couraged, suggesting the
series could be launched
"in a big, classy way" with a
big band performance, with
subsequent performances
in various genres including
country and gospel.
"People are hurting for
this sort of thing up here,"
Mancini said, citing the
popularity of public concert
series in other regional com-
munities.
The committee will meet
again on Monday, Nov. 16, at
6 p.m. at the Crestview Pub-
lic Library. All artists, art
lovers and art instructors
are encouraged to attend.
Both visual and performing
arts are represented.


Kari C. Barlow
Florida Freedom Newspapers
PENSACOLA- The state at-
torney filed'formal charg-
es Oct. 28 against Michael
Coup, former chief deputy
at the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office.
Coup is accused of par-
ticipating in a "pattern of
racketeering activity by
committing, conspiring
to commit, or soliciting
another person to com-
mit, at least two incidents
of grand theft," according
to court documents.
Coup was one of six
Sheriff's Office employ-


ees, including former
Sheriff Charlie Mor-
ris, who were arrested
July 30 following an inves-
tigation conducted by the
state attorney's office.
Morris, Administra-
tive Director Teresa Ad-
ams, Finance Director
Sandra Norris, Informa-
tion Technology Special-
ist David Yacks and Coup
were arrested after a
criminal complaint alleg-
ing racketeering.
A sixth former Sher-
iff's Office employee,
Sabra Thornton, was ar-
rested and charged with
grand theft.


The racketeering charg-
es revolve around the op-
eration and cover up of a
kickback scheme through
which employees received
large bonuses and were
asked to return a portion
of the money to Morris.
The state attorney's
office's investigation got
under way after Mor-
ris and Adams were ar-
rested by the FBI. They
have since pleaded guilty
to six federal charges, in-
cluding fraud, theft and
money laundering.
Morris began serving
a 71-month federal prison
sentence Sept. 28.


Coup received $107,406
in bonuses between 2004
and 2008, according to au-
ditors who went through
the Sheriff's Office's
books after Morris' and
Adams' arrest. Charging
documents from the state
attorney's office alleged
that Coup knew of and
benefited from the kick-
back scheme.
The documents stated
he alerted Morris when
employees questioned
the kickbacks.
That "led Morris and
Coup to pressure employ-
ees to keep quiet," ac-
cording to the affidavit.


Police BLOTTER


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestview
bulletin.com

More tales of region
suspects as gleaned fror
local law enforcement
agencies' arrest reports.

Bringing home
the bacon
Sometimes an arres
report speaks for itself
Such is the case of 5(
year-old Crestview wonm
an arrested recently fo
battery on a law enforce
ment officer and resisting
an officer.
The officer responded
to a domestic disturbance
in progress call and er
countered the woman
"who was in an extremely
irate and belligerent state
screaming unintelligibly,
the officer wrote in her ai
rest report.
"She picked up a carton
of eggs and threw them in
my direction. I stepped ou
of the way to avoid being
struck. (She) then picke
up a one-pound contain
of frozen bacon and force
fully threw it at me, strike
ing me in the groin area,


the officer wrote.
She resisted when in-
formed she was under ar-
rest, "forcefully attempt-
l ing to pull away from
n me, while continuing to
t scream and act in a disor-
derly manner," the report
continued. "After a brief
struggle, I was able to ap-
ply handcuffs."
While escorting her to
his patrol car, the woman
t "stated I was 'sexually ha-
Srassing' her and began to
make racial slurs and us-
r ing extreme profanity."
It should be noted both
the woman and the -offi-
g cer are European-Ameri-
d cans.
e
- Still doesn't get
n the message
Ly
e, You'd think the 51-
" year-old Crestview man
r- recently arrested on in-
junction violation charges
n would eventually get the
n message that he's no lon-
it ger allowed the privilege
g of driving. It's not like he
d doesn't know he can't be
r on the road.
- "You know I don't have
- a license," he told the
"Crestview Police officer


who pulled him over for
failure to maintain a sin-
gle lane.
He not only didn't have
state permission to drive,
he didn't have the owner's
permission to drive her
car. In fact, she was asleep
when he "borrowed" it.
Oh, and he also had a
domestic violence injunc-
tion against him requiring
him to stay away from the
woman, as well as at least
100 feet away from the car
he was unskillfully driving
when pulled over.

Validating
John Gielgud
In "Arthur," Sir John
Gielgud tells Liza Min-
nelli, "usually one must
go to a bowling alley to
meet (someone) of your
stature."
In Crestview, a drunk-
en 20-year-old fellow was
already there.
After liberal use of salty
language, management
ordered him out of the es-
tablishment and followed
him to be sure he vacated
the premises. After the
lush slugged the manager
outside the building, a se-


curity officer detained the
lad until Crestview Police
arrived. The kid was ar-
rested on disorderly in-
toxication and resisting
arrest charges.
The arrest report gave
no indication if he met his
soul mate at the alley. But
as Sir John also noted,
"Poor drunks do not find,
love.... They have very
few teeth, they urinate
outdoors, they freeze to
death in summer."

Putting the P
in 'parking lot'
A 23-year-old Crest-
view man apparently,
didn't like the restrooms
at a watering hole south
of town, and chose in-
stead to piddle on a car in
the establishment's park-
ing lot.
Unfortunately for him-
self, he did it in front of
an off-duty Crestview po-
lice officer, who promptly
summoned an on-duty
colleague. The dude now
faces disorderly intoxica-
tion charges. But at least
he wasn't jailed with an
uncomfortably full blad-
der.


Deputies investigating rash of

burglaries north of Crestview


Special to the News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office is working
to catch those responsible
for a rash of daytime resi-
dential burglaries in the
north end of the county.
Investigators said the
thieves are getting more
brazen and the break-ins
are getting more frequent.
The burglars are break-
ing or prying open windows
or doors to gain entry.
Recently they've hit
homes in the Auburn Road/
Garden City area north of
Crestview.
Investigator Randall
Joiner said the thieves are
targeting primarily jewel-
ry and guns. The burglars


may be approaching the
houses in cars, on bicycles,
or on all-terrain vehicles.
Residents should also
always take thie precau-
tions of writing down the
serial numbers on their
guns and valuables and
taking photographs of
their jewelry. This will
not only aid in the inves-
tigation, but help ensure
the property is returned
to the rightful owner if
recovered, investigators
said.
Joiner is urging resi-
dents who see anything
suspicious or out of the
ordinary to contact the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office immediately at 689-
5705.


Helicopter crashes near Milton


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com

A TH57 Bell Jet Ranger
military helicopter crashed
Friday near the Blackwater
State Forest north of Milton
in Santa Rosa County in
the vicinity of Abb Pitman
and Indian Ford roads.
A Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management
spokeswoman confirmed
Friday the call came in at
1:27 p.m. and county rescue
officers were working an
accident and that "it looks
like it's a military aircraft."
No serious injuries were
reported.
"The initial report is
that everyone was out of
the plane," a spokeswoman
reported.
According to Lori April-
liano, a public information
officer at NAS Whiting
Field, the helicopter was
assigned to training Air
Wing 5, and had two occu-
pants, who "got out of their
accord." They were trans-
ported to a local hospital
for evaluation."
Aprilliano said the heli-


copter was a training air-
craft used in pilot instruc-
tion.
An investigation is un-
derway into the cause of
-the accident, Aprilliano
said.


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Baker scholarship fund


Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER - When Janel
York donated a portion
of the proceeds from the
sale of her husband's mo-
torcycle to the Mt. Ewell
Masonic Lodge in Baker,
she was giving away
more than money.
"He loved that motor-
cycle," York said of her
husband, Warren "Skip"
York, an Okaloosa County
deputy.
On April 25, Skip York
and Deputy Burt Lopez
were both gunned down
by 28-year-old domestic
abuse suspect Joshua
Cartwright during an ar-
rest gone bad.
Until recently, Skip
York's motorcycle sat in
the family's garage.
Janel York said she
couldn't ride the motor-
cycle but was reluctant
to part with the Harley
Davidson her husband
cherished so much.
Skip York was a mem-
ber of the Blue Knights,
a motorcycle club com-
prised of law enforcement
officers that promotes
family and rider safety.
When he wasn't working,
Skip York liked to spend
time with his wife and
son, Michael, 10. He still
found time, however, to
ride his Harley.
Janel York didn't like
the idea of her husband's
cherished motorcycle
"just sitting there get-
ting rusty." But she also'
couldn't bring herself to
sell it for profit.
She decided to sell
the bike and donate the
money in memory of her
husband.
Heritage Cycles in
Fort Walton Beach helped
Janel York sell the Harley


MICHAEL STEWART I Crestview News Bulletin
Mt. Ewell Masonic Lodge Worshipful Master Marvin Arnett, left, presents a
plaque of appreciation to Janel York, center, for a scholarship fund set up in
memory of her husband, fallen Deputy Warren "Skip" York. Deputy David
Holt, right, was a friend and colleague of Skip York.


JAMES BROWN I Special to the News Bulletin
Members of the Mt. Ewell Masonic Lodge in
Baker are shown here with Janel York, center.
The lodge presented a plaque of appreciation to
York, for a scholarship fund set up in memory of
her husband, fallen Deputy Warren "Skip" York.


and the proceeds, in part,
were split between the
Masonic Lodge in Baker
and the Emerald Coast
Children's Advocacy
Center, which provides
mental health services
for child abuse victims.
Like the Advocacy
Center, the Masonic


Lodge has a long history
of helping children.
Masonic Lodge Wor-
shipful Master Marvin
Arnett said the money
will be used to provide
$500 scholarships to se-
niors deemed worthy at
Baker High School.
"The scholarships can


go towards any type of
public safety training,"
Arnett said. "It could be
for courses in emergency
medical services, fire-
fighter training or law en-
forcement," Arnett,said.
Earlier this week,
Janel York was invited
to a dinner at the Ma-
sonic Lodge in Baker to
meet the organization's
members. At the dinner,
Arnett presented Janel
York with a plaque of ap-
preciation dedicated to
Skip York and Lopez.
"We are really grate-
ful," Arnett said.
Janel York was ac-
companied at the dinner
by Deputy David Holt, a
friend and colleague of
Skip York, who is also a
member of the Masonic
Lodge.
Holt said the death
of the two deputies has
been tough on members
of the department.
"We've all got jobs to
do and we just have to
keep going," Holt said.


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College classes under the sea

CHS students learn about FSU's Underwater CSI program


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com

Crestview High School
students learned about
academic coursework they
can really dive into last
week when faculty from the
Florida State University at
Panama City Underwater
Crime Scene Investigation
programvisited the school.
"We're going outside
the Bay County commu-
nity to schools in the area,"
explained Michael Zinszer,
director of the FSU PC
advanced science diving
program. "In spite of what
people say about our youth
today, what we see on our
campus and in high schools
around the state are bright,
intelligent students who
would be a perfect match for
our program."
Added Dr. Thomas Kel-
ley, director of the UCSI pro-
gram, "We're also surprised
at how many goal-directed
kids we see."
Both agreed the spate of
TV programs about crime
scene investigations has
benefited their program and
inspired many of their grad-
uates.
"You have to find some-
thing that's going to turn the
light on for these kids," Kel-
ley said.
With FSU recruiter
Kathleen Branch, the UCSI
program reps visited Crest-
view High Friday morning,
visiting with students in the
school's media center, where
they screened an episode of
a Discovery Channel pro-
gram on which they were
profiled.
"We've actually helped
Hollywood with some of their
CSI series," Kelley said.
More seriously, the pro-
gram is frequently called
upon by the defense and law
enforcement communities
for their expertise, both for
evaluating new technologies


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulle
USCI: Michael Zinszer from the Underwater Crime
Scene Investigation team at FSU's Panama City
campus speaks with Crestview High senior Brittany
Kennedy during a school visit on Thursday.


and for assistance in solving
cases.
"This program is one
where they'll have a mar-
ketable skill when they walk
out the door," Zinszer said.
He said UCSI students are
frequently placed in intern-
ships with governmental de-
partments, including NOAA,
NASA and the, FBI. While
in the program, they might
work on cases anywhere in
the country.
"We take kids on cases,
and a lot of the time, they're
the ones who find the clues,"
Zinszer said.
"We're part of a national
response network," Kelley
explained, adding that the
UCSI program is also under
contract with the Florida
Department of Law En-
forcement. Investigations
often include searching for
everything from sunken air-
craft and shipwrecks down
to bombs and underwater
weapons.
"Every nitwit out there
wants to get rid of the evi-
dence by throwing it in the
creek or pond," Kelley said.
Cutting edge technology,
however, makes it possible
for the program's experts
to find evidence of a crime


without even getting their
feet wet, Kelley said.
"The best dive for us is no
dive at all," he said.
Almost every law enforce-
ment diving team in the state
trained at FSU UCSI, Kelley
said. Training also includes
networking the various dive
teams so they can meld to-
gether during an investiga-
tion.
"These guys are trained
enough to act together as a
team," Kelley said.
The program offers stu-
dents the small-town campus
feel while they gain a Florida
State University degree, Zin-
szer said. Kelley encouraged
parents of students who are
interested in the program to
tour the campus in Panama
City to ease any concerns
they might have.
"It's the diving part that
worries some parents," Kelly
said with a smile. "We want
them to see that we'll take
good care of their kids."

For more information
about the Florida State
University-Panama City
Underwater Crime Scene
Investigation program, call
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Questions flow in




wake of well testing


DEP procedure produces 'brook' by Industrial Drive


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com

Everyone loves the
soothing sparkle and the
sound of a babbling brook
But when that "brook" is
periodically flowing along-
side Industrial Drive and
gushes from the city of
Crestview's newest mu-
nicipal well, it's a cause
for consternation for some
concerned citizens.
"I got calls from constit-
uents about it," confirmed
CouncilmanCharlesBaugh
as he recently paced along
the rushing stream. "They
think it's their tax money
going down the drain."
Upon inquiring with
public services officials,
Baugh learned the peri-
odic water flow is part of
the procedure for assess-
ing the purity of water in
the new well recently dug
adjacent to Spanish Trail
Park.
"Whenever you're-put-
ting on a new well like that,
you have so many consecu-
tive days of pumping you
have to perform so you can
get samples," explained
Public Services Director
Wayne Steele.
The state Department
of Environmental Protec-
tion mandates the proce-
dure, Steele said. Water
samples are drawn and
sent to the DEP's lab.
"After samples are
gathered, they want you to
continue pumping," Steele
said. "All we do is follow
their recommendations."
Steele said his depart-
ment pumps water about
an hour each day except


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BABBLING BROOK: Water released from Crestview's
newest well flows alongside Industrial Drive through
a ditch behind Northview Plaza.


Sunday.
"We'll pump it .until
aboit Nov. 12," Steele said.
"Abbut this time next week,
we'll put it on line."
Once the DEP issues
its approval, the water will
be filtered and treated and
put into the city's potable
water system. However,
during the interim testing
period, the daily "flushing"
will continue. A main rea-
son, Steele said, is to pre-
vent the possibility of bac-
teria build-up in the pump-
ing system if the water was
allowed to sit stagnate'.
"If you pump it and
shut it down, you stand the
chance of it becoming con-
taminated," Steele said.
"They [the DEP] recom-
mendyou pump it so much
a day to clear the system.
Basically, it's just a cleans-
ing process.
"There have been con-
cerned citizens who have
called," Steele said. "We
tried to scale it back just a
little bit."
The new well is the best


the city has had to date,
Steele said.
"It's real good quality
water. It's some of the best
we've had," Steele said.
"We're producing about
S1,000 gallons a minute out
of that well., We've had to
pump less on this one than
any others before."
Steele said the water
that is pumped follows na-
ture's cycle and will return
to its origin.
"It seems excessive. It
seems like it's wasted, but
it's not," Steele said. "This
water goes into streams
and ponds and eventually
it goes back into the aqui-
fer."
Meanwhile, motorists
on Industrial Drive and
walkers and joggers on the
Spanish Trail Park will be
treated to a few more days
of the city's temporary
sparkling brook.
For. the sake of having
clean drinking water when
the well goes on line, "you
want to keep that water
moving," Steele said.


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Opinion


Wednesday, November 4,2009


HUBBUB
Here's a sampling of what people had to say
about recent north Okaloosa County news top-
ics. Comments were gleaned from the www.
crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Regional Boy Scouts gathered in
Crestview for the worldwide Jamboree on the
Air, hosted by the North Okaloosa Amateur Ra-
dio Club.
What a great opportunity for all those boys.
We owe'a big "thank you" to all the local amateur
radio buffs who took time to work with the Boy
Scouts on this exciting event and introduce them
to the exciting world of ham radio.

Wish my scout troop had a bunch of radio hams
supporting us when I was a kid. I remember sit-
ting up late at night with my dad in his attic radio
shack listening to his shortwave with him. I didn't
even know I could got a merit badge for it!

If I knew scouting had kewl stuff like this I
would have joined our local troop.

Topic: A local woman was arrested for steal-
ing chicken fingers and using a feminine hy-
giene product she took off the shelf in a Crest-
view supermarket's restroom.
I hope she washed her hands.

You are right; I hope [she] ate the chicken
first.

Topic: A local retailer chases people he sus-
pected of shoplifting from his shop and tried to
run them down with his truck.
They ought to give him a medal. Bet they won't
try to steal from his store again.

I've been in the store and they watched me like
a hawk. I decided to take my money to Fort Wal-
ton!

These kids stole from and assaulted him and
he was following them to get their plate number
for the police, which you are allowed to do in the
state of Florida. He is the victim. The kids ran
themselves into the hydrant.

Topic: An accused burglar introduces him-
self to neighbors, then breaks into another
neighbor's apartment, all while wearing a jer-
sey with his name on the back.
From his mug shot he looks like such a bright,
intelligent young man. I can't believe he'd make
such a poor error in judgment. Not!

Topic: Visitors from Crestview's French sis-
ter city receive a warm welcome upon arrival.
This is heartwarming. It is exciting to see kids
learning about each other's cultures and making
new friends from far away. They will have memo-
ries to last a lifetime.

I wonder if they have had any Freedom Fries to
eat since they have been here?



Profundity

Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com


"There's nothing like eavesdropping to show
you that the world outside your head is dif-
ferentfrom the world inside your head."

THORNTON WILDER
(1897-1975)
American novelist and playwright in "The Matchmaker"


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GUEST EDITORIAL


Bienvenue, y'all


As you can guess from
my recent articles about
Noirmoutier,
Crestview's
French sister
city, I'm wild
about the
place. It's.
a magical,
wonderful
place, filled BRIAN
with warm, HUGHES
hospitable brianh@
people. On crestviewbulletin.com
Oct. 23, 46
Noirmoutrins (I think it's
46) arrived at Northwest
Florida Regional Airport.
I was so proud of the
welcome our local hosts
gave our guests. Their
flight was almost two
hours late, and after
nearly 24 hours of travel,
they were just bushed. As
they staggered down the
stairs and escalator, they
were suddenly greeted
by shouts and cheers
and waving Tricolors
(the French flag) from
their Crestview friends,
new and old. You could
see their eyes light up,


their smiles grew big,
and for the 20-some kids
in their group, looks of
apprehension vanished
and were replaced by
massive grins.
I visited Noirmoutier
about this time last year
and was just as excited
to see friendly faces as
the kids were to see new
ones. When my friend
David and I visited last
year, there was nothing
they wouldn't do to make
our stay comfortable,
happy and memorable.
There were my dear
friends G6rard and
Marie-Th6rese, Re46 and
Madeleine, and sweet Dr.
Marie-Th6rese Reed, the
world's most consummate
hosts.
There were the
students I met at local
gatherings, including
Momo, with his arm in
a sling (what's that all
about?), and Bruno,
whose brown eyes
constantly twinkle and
who's always ready to
smile. There were the


headmaster, Monsieur
Yves Perrocheau, and
Noirmoutier's Mayor Noel
Faucher and their wives.
There was Ivan, one of
the "BAFA boys" (official
escorts) I had met last
year.
And there were two
new friends, Xavier and
Christophe, who are
staying with us. (Xavier
is Ren6 and Madeleine's
son.)
Some misguided
people around these
parts sadly still dismiss
the French, which is
rather shameful when you
consider that these lovely
folks have been America's
stalwart friends since
before our Revolutionary
War. Like any friends of
many years, there are
bound to be occasional
differences of opinion.
No friends agree
on everything, and
friends always agree
that sometimes they'll
disagree, but they also
agree that differences
are quickly buried in the


past. Especially when
the friendship is so much
bigger and much more
important than silly minor
differences of opinion,
it is an excellent reason
not to harbor lasting
resentments and make
insulting wisecracks.
Friends don't do that. And
the lovely people from
Noirmoutier are most
definitely our friends.
I was proud of the
welcome they received,
both at the airport and,
about an hour and a
half later, at Jack Foster
Stadium, when Mayor
David Cadle presented
Mayor Faucher the key
to the city, and the Big
Red Machine struck up
the rousing chords of "La
Marseillaise."
When they depart
for their home shores
tomorrow, I hope our
guests - our friends -
will have had even half the
fun I had in Noirmoutier
last year. And I can't wait
to see them again on their
own, magical turf!


Letter to the EDITOR


Crestview's 11th annual Run For The Toys, motorcycle style


It's getting close,
once again, to that time
of year when we all start
thinking about giving
gifts to those we know
and love. Well, for a lot
of motorcycle riders,
it's just a little different.
They will be giving to
those they don't know,
the needy children of our
area.
Over the past 10
years, motorcycle
enthusiasts from
Crestview and
surrounding areas,
local businesses, and
individuals have donated
toys and cash to needy
children. All by way of
an event called "Toys
For Kids". And so it
is time once again
for "Crestview's 11th
Annual Run for The
Toys."
What is "Toys For
Kids"? It is an event
in which motorcycle
riders from all over the
area get together to go
on a nonstop, escorted
motorcycle ride through
the country for about
an hour, and at the end
is food, refreshments, a
raffle, music and more.
Ten dollars and a new
unwrapped toy is usually
the going donation.
Registration will be
at the Walmart parking
lot in Crestview on
U.S. Highway 85 by the
interstate, between the
hours of 9:30 and 11 a.m.,
Sunday, Nov. 15. The
police-escorted, nonstop
bike ride will leave


This motorcycle event helped more
than 840 children last year, and
this year there are more.
Many businesses have already
joined in to donate and all
items will be raffled off to the
participants at the end of the
ride, hosted by the Veterans of
Foreign Wars, Post 5450.


promptly at 11 a.m.
My aim this year
is to get more local
businesses and
individuals involved.
Last yar there were
about 350 motorcycles
and more than 800
people at the VFW, and
this year I'd like to see
a lot more. The Toy Run
has grown in the last 10
years to be the largest
motorcycle/toy raising
event in this end of the
county.
Last year the Toy
Run raised a truck- and
large trailer-full of toys
and enough money to
purchase gift certificates
for all the older needy
children ages 10 to 17.
After all, they should
have a Christmas
too, since most of the
donated toys are for the
very young.
This motorcycle
event helped more than
840 children last year,


and this year there are
more. Many.businesses
have already joined in to
donate in the way of gift
certificates, tools, hair
styles, tattoos, dinners
and much more. All of
these will be raffled
off to the participants
at the end of the ride,
which is very graciously
hosted, once again, by
the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, Post 5450, located
west of town on U.S.
Highway 90.
If your business would
like to make any type
of donation to a very
worthy cause, please
contact me at 537-9798.
Let's make this the best
year yet. All monetary
donations should be
made out to "Toys For
Kids" and can either
be called in to Ken or
deposted directly into the
Toys For Kids account at
the First National Bank
of Crestview on Wilson


Street and U.S. Highway
85 north of town.
All toys and gift
certificates are
distributed through
Families First Network
of Lakeview, Baptist
Health Care.
Come out and watch
hundreds of motorcycles
as they travel from
Walmart, north on 85,
east on 90 to 393, to
Poverty Creek Road,
to Airport Road on
85, on to Old Bethel,
at the high school
and on to the VFW
on Highway 90 West
for food (a $3 lunch),
refreshments, music,
a raffle, an auction, a
50/50 and a whole lot
more. We do this "rain
or shine," so come out
and participate, or be
along the parade route
somewhere to cheer the
riders on.
Remember, this is for
"our children," so try
to help in some small
way. If you would like to
make a donation, please
bring it to the Walmart
parking lot on Nov. 15
between 9:30 and 11
a.m. Last year a group
of five nonriders walked
out of Walmart, all with
bicycles for the run. I
was glad to have my
sunglasses on. What a
heartfelt moment.
So come out, and help
out; I'll be watching for
you.
Ken Henninger
"Run For The Toys Event
Organizer/Sponsor


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Additional clinics will be offered from 9;
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Arts & Entertainment


Wednesday, November 4, 2009


Tap Dogs tapping into Mattie Kelly Arts Center


Special to the Crestview
News Bulletin
Tap Dogs, a rough, tough and
rocking reinvention of tap, will
take the Mattie Kelly Arts Cen-
ter by storm on Nov. 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Tap Dogs has performed in 330
cities worldwide with 12 million
seats sold. The rocking theatrical
entertainment of Tap Dogs com-
bines the strength and power of
workmen with the precision and
talent of tap dancing in a show
that's described as part theatre,
part dance and part rock concert.
Tap Dogs was the instant hit
of the Sydney Theatre Festival,
where it had its world premiere
in January 1995, and caused an


equal sensation at the Edinburgh
Festival later that year.
Created by two-time Olivier
Award-winning choreographer
Dein Perry, with a. construction
site set by eclectic designer/di-
rector Nigel Triffitt and a driv-
ing score by composer Andrew
Wllkie, since its debut, Tap Dogs
has toured extensively through-
out North America, Europe, Aus-
tralia, the Far East and South
Africa.
Australian Dein Perry has
come a long way from the make-
shift dance school in Newcastle,
a steel town north of Sydney,
where, as young boys, he and the
future dogs learned how to tap. At
the age of 17, with no opportuni-


ties in sight for a dancing career,
he earned his union papers and
worked as an industrial machinist
for six years.
He then moved to Sydney
where he tried to break into show
business. Small chorus parts in
Broadway-style musicals led to
Dein's big break when he was
cast in the long-running Sydney
production of "42nd Street."
When it closed, Dein decided
to create a contemporary show
around the themes of his industri-
al experience with his Newcastle
tap dancing mates.
With a small government
grant, Dein contacted his old
friends, who had also taken up
various "real" jobs by this time,


and formed Tap Brothers, an ear-
ly incarnation of Tap Dogs. From
this, Dein was offered the chance
to choreograph the West End mu-
sical, "Hot Shoe Shuffle," which
brought the group to London and
earned Dein his Olivier Award in
1995.
Tickets for Tap Dogs are on
sale now for $45 each from the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center Box Of-
fice in-person, by phone at 850-
729-6000, or online at www.mat-
tiekellyartscenter.org. The center
is located on the Niceville campus
of Northwest Florida State Col-
lege at 100 College Blvd. For more
information, call the box office at
850-729-6000 or visit www.mat-
tiekellyartscenter.org.


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Early release
Wednesday craft time
TODAY * When school
gets out early, children
ages six and up gather to
put their creative energy
to work making all kinds
of creations using recycled
materials. Registration is
recommended. Library
staff will hold a craft for
you until 2 p.m. while sup-
plies 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 fin-
ishes. At the Crestview
Public Library, 1445 Com-
merce Drive. Call 682-4432
for further information.

Free Tempo Select
choral concert
NOV 7 * The David-
son Middle School Tempo
Select chorus performs


in the morning during the
Crestview Health Fair at
the Crestview Community
Center. For more informa-
tion and performance time,
call choral music director
Keitha Bledsoe, 683-7500,
ext 313.

Photography by Opal
Westmoreland
THROUGH NOVEM-
BER * Photography by
talented local photogra-
pher Opal Westmoreland
is on exhibit at the Crest-
view Public Library, 1445
Commerce Drive (behind
the Post Office) in north
Crestview.. Call 682-4432
for further information.

Gallery exhibitions
THRU DEC. 6 * Dylan
Collins' Diagrammatic
Disarray and Wendy
Wischer's In Search of
Magic, will run concur-
rently in the McIlroy and
Holzhauer Galleries of the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center
at Northwest Florida State
College.
Both exhibitions are


free of charge and open to
the public. Gallery hours
are Monday to Thursday,
9a.m.to4p.m.,Sundaysfrom
1 to 4 p.m., and 90 minutes
prior to most performances
in the main stage theater of
the Mattie Kelly Arts Cen-
ter. For more information,
contact the gallery office at
850-729-6044.

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made Grandpa's face light
up when he found them
shiny and new under the
Christmas tree as a kid.
Visit this free exhibition of
Christmas favorites from
yesteryear from the Baker
Block Museum and the
family attics of News Bul-
letin writer Brian Hughes
in the lobby display cases
of the Crestview Public
Library during regular
opening hours. For,infor-
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SCHEDULE
Today
High school volleyball
Class 2A regional quarter
finals, Sneads at Baker, 7 p.m.
Friday
High school football
Jay at Baker, 7 p.m.
Crestview at Niceville,
7 p.m.

Golf
Hole-in-one
Dee Fischer of Niceville
had a hole-in-one at
Foxwood Country Club on
Oct. 9.The shot came at the
106-yard hole No. 13, and
she was using an 8-iron.
Christian Thomhave
Golf Tournament
Because of severe weather
on Oct. 23, the Christian
Thomhave Memorial
Scholarship GolfTournament
was forced to be postponed
until Friday, Nov. 6. Players
can cleck in at I I a.m.,with
a shotgun start at noon. All
players should arrive no
later than II a.m.
If you prepaid and are
unable to play Nov. 6,
contact B.J. Thomhave at
682-2012 or 826-2012 to
arrange a refund.
Youth basketball
The Crestview Parks and
Recreation Department
is holding registration for
youth basketball leagues for
children ages 5-15 atTwin
Hill Parks.
The leagues will be
divided into age groups
starting with the Pee Wee
Coed 5-6,Training League
(girls) 7-9,Training League
(boys) 7-9,JV (girls) 10-12,
JV (boys) 10-I 2,Varsity
(boys) 13-15. AVarsity girls
league for those ages 13-15
will be determined by the
amount of interest shown.
A draft is scheduled for
Nov. 14. Opening day is
Dec. I.
Entry fee is $60 for
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.
Traveling Eagles
baseball registration
The Traveling Eagles
Spring 2010 Registration is
open for baseball players
who are league age 8-14 at
www.travelingeagles.com.
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
during 2009.There is no
registration or tryout 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 soccer. Apply through
Nov. 14 at the YMCA at 298
N.Wilson St. in Crestview.
Call Glenn Scott at 689-
2999 for more details.
Crestview boys soccer
holiday bazaar
The Crestview High
School Boys Soccer
Booster Club will host its
inaugural Holiday Bazaar
and Yard Sale on Saturday,
Nov. 14, from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Crestview High
School.Vendors are needed.
Please come to do a little
holiday shopping and
help support the boys
soccer team. For more
information, call Carole
Carnley at 689-5445 or
Rocio D Gallina at 689-
3512.


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
'Baker's Christian Mainor runs
for yardage on Friday against
Freeport.


Gators, Royals renew rivalry

Win over Jay would make for a successful season


Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
BAKER - You can throw out the
records when Baker and Jay play
in any sport.
There can be little doubt that's
what the Gator and Royal football
teams would like to do as they
wrap up District 1-1A play Friday
at Baker.
Jay's season that looked so
promising was knocked off track
by a series of injuries, and Royals
limp into the game with a 1-6 re-
cord, which is also their record in
district play.
A young Baker team (0-8, 0-7) is


still looking for the first win of the
year.
Gator head coach Bob Kellogg
can think of nobody the Gators
would rather beat more than Jay.
Not only would a win over the Roy-
als on Friday give Baker its first
win of the season, it also would
snap a four-game losing streak to
the Royals.
The last time Baker beat Jay
was in 2004, when the Gators
slipped past the Royals 35-34.
"Since I've been here, I've al-
ways asked the upcoming kids to
list the goals they want to accom-
plish, and beating Jay is always
one or two on the list," Kellogg


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OFFENSIVE LINE: Crestview quarterback Blake Ritchie calls a play at the line during a
game earlier this season.



Bulldogs gunning




for No. 1 Niceville


A Crestview win could

,mean a district title

Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
There will be more than
bragging rights at stake
when Crestview travels to
Niceville on Friday to take on
the Eagles in a key District 2-
4A game.
If the Bullldogs (5-3, 1-1)
can upset the No. 1-ranked
Eagles (8-0), they could win
the district title.
"Everything we've worked
for is coming down to this
game," Bulldog coach Matt
Brunson said. "We have a
chance to win a district cham-
pionship, and that's all you
can ask for.
"We haven't beaten Nicev-
ille in quite a while; we'd love
to do that. We would love for
it to be against the No. 1 team
(in the state)."
The Bulldog players
echoed their coach.
"It will be big game. It
will determine our district
fate whether we get in it (the
playoffs) or not," fullback
Matt Hutchinson said. "It
will be a huge game.
"It would help us with
our confidence going into
the playoffs. Just everyone's
confidence would get a good
boost."
The Eagles are strong on
both sides of the football, but
two players, Roy Finch and
Kody Williams, are the differ-
ence-makers for Niceville.


DEFENSE: Crestview's Martez House is in the face of the
opposing team's quarterback earlier in the season.


"They have really done a
great job of developing Finch
and Williams," Brunson said.
"Those guys can really run
and catch, and they look
good. They've done a great
job getting those guys where
they are.
"They've done a great job
developing those guys speed-
wise and getting them to be
real good football players.
Defensively, there isn't any-
body that has a big name, but
as a group they just play well
together. They have some
real good defensive linemen
that stuff the run and rush
the passer, and they've got
some linebackers that stuff
the run and dropping into
pass coverage, too."
Bulldog defensive line-
man Levi Hendrix respects
the talents of Finch, who
has committed to Oklahoma,


and Williams, who is being
recruited by several major
schools, but he doesn't fear
the dynamic duo.
"It ain't about being
scared," he said. "I am con-
cerned about Kody getting
out deep and nobody guard-
ing him, because he will'
make us pay if we leave Kody
wide open.
"The same goes for Finch.
If we don't make tackles and
wrap up and he breaks out,
we will lose. The game is
not about being scared but
executing plays and reading
our keys."
A victory by the Bulldogs
Friday over the Eagles won't
assure Crestview a spot in
the playoffs, but with a win the
Dawgs can do no worse than
a shootout with Niceville and
See BULLDOGS B2


said. "It's funny, but some of the
kids would just as soon beat Jay
and not worry about the district as
win the district and lose to Jay. It is
a big game for both of us.
"It is a great rivalry between
the two of us, and this bunch (of
players) have never beat them in
a varsity game, so we've got things
that still want to accomplish. And
in the midst of a very difficult sea-
son; this could brighten things
up.
When the teams met in the Kick-
off Classic on Aug. 28, the Royals
rolled to an impressive 33-7 win.

See GATORS B3


Thigpen shines


in BSC loss

Staff reports.
Former Crestview quarterback Joe Thigpen
had 228 yards in total offense and scored two
touchdowns as Birmingham-Southern lost to
DePauw University 35-21 Saturday.
Thigpen was 12-of-22 passing for 161 yards
and an interception: He ran the ball 27 times for
67 yards and the two touchdowns. Thigpen also
was sacked six times.
A pair of former Baker Gators also saw ac-
tion in the loss. Freshman defensive back Cam-
eron Domangue had two solo tackles and one
assist. David Langston played, but did not have
any receptions or carries.
* James Wilkerson, a senior wide receiver
for Jacksonville State, Ala., from Crestview, had
three catches for 70 yards as the Gamecocks
beat Austin Peay 28-10. Wilkerson now has 30
catches for 593 yards and five touchdowns.
* Former Crestview offensive lineman Ty-
ler Reeves helped pave the way as Huntingdon
College rolled up 594 yards in total offense in
a 51-13 win over LaGrange College. Hunting-
don had 391 yards on the ground and 204 yards
passing.
* Clemson redshirt freshman Matt Sanders,
a 2008 Crestview graduate, was on the field as
the Tigers beat Coastal Carolina 49-3.


ANN SPANN I CrestviewVNews Bulletin
WRESTLING PRACTICE: The Bulldog wrestling
team hit the mats during a recent practice.


Panucci learning


the ropes as Bulldog


wrestling coach.

Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
Ron Panucci admitted to feeling some but-
terflies last Monday as he conducted his first
official practice with the Crestview wrestling
team.
"Absolutely (there were butterflies)," he
said. "There's a lot of anticipation, a lot of
anxious anticipation. There's a lot of curiosity
about how some of these younger wrestlers are
going to develop.
"There are a lot of things that are unsettled
right now. The wrestlers that are going to stick
as opposed to the wrestlers that decide it's not
for them after all. And the luck of the draw and
injury avoidance always plays a part in it (the
success of a team)."
Panucci, who was named the Bulldog wres-
tling coach last spring, had to wait until the
round of budget cuts and rehires before offi-
cially taking the job in the summer. He replaces
Jeff Fowler, who notched more than 100 wins in
his tenure as coach.
Former Bulldog wrestler Andrew McKeon, a
2004 CHS grad, and Michigan native Adam Pe-
terson will assist Panucci.
See PANUCCI B2


B
Section


Page 1




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B2 I Crestview News Bulletin Sports Wednesday. NovemDer 4, zuuY


District title in hand, Baker volleyball team still has more to accomplish


I would dare say that almost
everyone who took a high school
physical education class in the
1960s or 1970s is familiar, at
least in part, with the game of
volleyball,
Maybe we never mastered all
the skill sets needed to become
an Olympic volleyball star, but
we understood the concepts of
three hits to get the ball over the
net and took it from there. Even
in adulthood, you've probably
enjoyed a game with your church
group or in the backyard at a
family outing.
Living here in Northwest
Florida with the beach in our
backyard, many of us have also.
experienced the torture of beach
volleyball. There's nothing like
running and jumping in the sand


to get the burn going in
the old legs and lungs.
Playing volleyball
in PE or on the beach
is one thing, but it's
another thing entirely to
play at the level Baker's
volleyball team has played
at for so many years.
The Gators have
created a small-school


NORTH END
ZONE
Randy Dickson


dynasty that most teams
would envy, with seven straight
district titles.
Kathy Combest coached the
team to the first five titles, but
Lisa Roy hasn't missed a beat
since taking the reigns of the
program last year.
Baker has dropped just four
regular-season matches in Roy's
two years at the helm of the


program and claimed
its second district title
under Roy last Thursday
at Northview, beating
the host Chiefs in three
straight sets.
Make no mistake
about it, the Baker
players know the
history, and nobody on
the team wanted to be


a part of the team that
saw the streak come to an end.
Roy admitted that the streak is
something the team talks about
often, and is rightfully a point of
pride for the program.
District championships are
nice, but as any athlete will
tell you, a district title isn't the
ultimate goal. Players play, and
coaches coach, to win state


championships.
Baker's quest for the 2A state
volleyball championship starts
tonight when the Gators (16-
2) host Sneads in the regional
quarterfinals at 7 p.m.
Last year, the Pirates ended
Baker's quest for a state title
in the regional semifinals in a
match that went five sets. That
match was played at Sneads.
Having the home court
advantage should help Baker, as
will the revenge factor.
If the Gators play their game,
they should do just fine.
They played a complete
match against Northview in the
district finals. Baker players
hustled to the ball and executed
well. They have very few
physical errors and even fewer


mental errors.
Earlier this year, Roy said
she felt that this team had the
potential to go a long way in the
playoffs.
As everyone knows, potential
is an empty word until success is
achieved.
Former Alabama football
coach Bear Bryant once said,
"Don't tell a kid he has potential,
because all you are saying is he
hasn't done anything yet."
The Gator volleyball team
has done plenty this year to be
considered a successful team,
but there is more left to do
before the ultimate goals are
accomplished.
Tonight the Gators will try
to take the next step toward
achieving those goals.


BULLDOGS from page B1


PANUCCI from page B1


Fort Walton Beach to decide'
who will fill the two playoff
spots from the district.
Likewise, a loss might
not end Crestview's sea-
son, but the Bulldogs
would need for Mosley to
beat Fort Walton Beach
to set up a shootout for
second place.
No matter how things
go down, Hendrix believes
Friday's game might be,
the biggest of his high


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school career.
"This will probably be
the biggest game we've
played so far," he said.
"It will be just like it was
last year when we played
Fort Walton and they were
ranked pretty high.
"Itwould mean a tremen-
dous amount to beat them
because they are our rivals.
It would mean a great thing
because we haven't beaten
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"It's going to be a learn-
ing experience for the
coaches as well (as the
wrestlers)," Panucci said.
"I've 'never been a head
coach of a wrestling team
before, so I'm looking for-
ward for an opportunity
to learn the tricks how to
make wrestling time valu-
able, how to get the most
out of our wrestling min-
utes and how to manage a
large group of kids produc-
tively."
The Bulldog coaching
staff will rely on four cap-
tains to help with the tran-
sition.
Seniors Colin Smith,
Tanner Vigren and Clint
Lukert, along with junior
Justin Mitchell, have been
recognized as captains for
their leadership in the pro-
gram.
"Coach Fowler estab-
lished an atmosphere
where the wrestlers helped
each other," Panucci said.
"They taught each other,
they drilled each other,
and they encouraged each
other.


"I'd like to continue that
tradition. And I have confi-
dence that those four cap-
tains are going to do almost
as much to help the team
along as the coaching staff
itself." ,
Approximately 30 wres-
tlers attended the first two
practices, but there were
another half dozen, in-
cluding Mitchell, still with
the varsity football team.
Freshmen football players
didn't arrive until the end of
the week after playing their
last game on Tuesday. Pa-
nucci also expected to see a
few more prospects trickle
in during the first week.
Panucci is planning to
make some cuts Nov. 13,
but the criteria for making
the team has as much to do
with attitude and effort as
talent on the mats.
"I'm looking for heart,"
he said. "I'm looking for
people that have the abil-
ity to dedicate themselves
to a sport that really, really
is very demanding. Physi-
cally, mentally, emotionally,
it really takes a lot of you.


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"If you are not ready
to make the commitment,
chances are you aren't go-
ing to stick anyway. So I'm
looking for the commit-
ment, and I'm looking for
the character."
And yes, the coach is
looking for talent or some
that show the promise of
getting better.
"Naturally I'm look-
ing for some potential, but
when you are dealing with
younger wrestlers (you
can't tell what potential
they have)," he said. "I
don't anticipate cutting any
freshmen. You have no idea
of what the potential of a
young wrestler is, because
he has so much time to de-
velop.
"I'm going to have to
wait and see about some of
the older kids that have not
wrestled before and 'don't
express a lot of certainty
about their commitment
to the sport. Some of them
may have decided sud-
denly, 'Wrestling's for me,
and I'm all in.' That's great,
but I think a lot of them are


undecided, and I think that
indecision is something
that could hurt them in the
long run and drag the team
down."
Until the cuts, all the
prospective wrestlers will
continue to work hard to
earn a place on the team.
"We are working on con-
ditioning, and that's a little
bit different than weight
training (they did during
the off-season)," Panucci
said. "We are now talking
about in-season condition-
ing. We are working on flex-
ibility.
"We are working on
very, very general, basic
techniques - the kind of
techniques that set the
stage for more advanced
techniques, so we are look-
ing for some wrestling po-
tential. We are doing a lot
of drilling - very simple
drilling. We are doing a lot
of speed drills, technique
drills, but then again it's
mostly conditioning,, but
it's wrestling-related and
wrestling-oriented condi-
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County Extension, have
outlined recommendations
for those experiencing
a reduction in income,
whether it is from
reduced work hours or a
layoff. These and other
suggestions can be found
at the University Web site
on Managing in Tough
Times at http://fycs.ifas.ufl.
edu/toughtimes.
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reduced, consumers can
begin to gain control of
their finances by first
accepting the reality of their
new financial situation.
Here are steps to take to
better manage money in
challenging times.
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control of finances right
away. A critical first step
is to communicate your
circumstances with family
members. This can keep
your family from having
to make rash or poor
financial choices. Get the
family to stay on the path
to financial success. This
will help you recover from
troublesome financial
situations.
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expenses to see what you
spend on various things.
Try to stretch income so
it covers all necessary
expenses. Eliminate or
reduce non-essential
spending.
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your credit score. If bills
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in your bank account. If
you are unable to pay your
bills at the amount dictated
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or minimum payment
amount, try to negotiate
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supplement your income
- You,will just be further
into debt!
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completing your spending
plan, you may not have
enough money to cover all
of your debts. Prioritize
them by essentials, legal
obligations and consumer
debts. Evaluate ways to


reduce the amount you
spend in each category.
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times. Do your best to stick
to a spending plan that fits
your economic situation.
If a creditor accepts a
reduced payment plan,
stick with it and contact
them immediately if you
cannot pay the reduced
amount. (Remember to get
their response in writing.)
Tough times can serve as
an opportunity to sharpen
perspective on your
priorities, about what is
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GATORS from page B1


Jay has been hit hard
by the injury bug since
that game, and Kellogg
doesn't know if the Gators
will see the option offense
so often associated with
the Royals.
"Jay, because of their
injuries, they've had
to change a lot of their
schemes," Kellogg said.
"They were playing a lot of
option, but all of a sudden
they have to do different
things, which is not typical
of Elijah (Jay coach Elijah
Bell).
"They do a great coach-
ing job over there, and
they stick with something
and they do it well, but
you can see the injuries
have really forced them to
have to do some different
things, just like they have
with us."
Like the Royals, the Ga-
tors have suffered through
injuries and sickness to
key players throughout
the season.
The most recent Bak-


er player hit by the in-
jury bug is senior Dakota
Hooper, and as of Monday
afternoon, his status for
Friday's game was ques-
tionable.
"He's going to practice,
and we are going to see
(if he can play)," Kellogg
said. "I really don't know.
"He wants to play. He's
going to try, and we will
probably know in the next
day or two."
The possibility that both
teams might be without
their best player wasn't
lost on Kellogg.
"It's funny that Jay lost
one of their best and we
lost our best," he said. "I
don't know if their player
will be back, but I'm hop-
ing Dakota will be back.
He's a difference-maker
for our team.
"He has a lot of experi-
ence and is the team cap-
tain on defense, so we are
hoping he's going to be
back. Right now it's just a
matter of what he can do


when he gets out there (in
practice)."
Playing Jay will serve
as extra incentive for the
Gators this week, but Kel-
logg said that no matter
who Baker plays, the Ga-
tors have shown they won't
give up when it would have
been easy for a team with
less character to throw in
the towel.
"They will continue
to work hard," he said.
"I have to say that about
our kids, to go through a
tough season like we've
gone through and to have
nobody quit (shows char-
acter). We've got great at-
titudes, and the kids play
hard every Friday night.
"I think, our kids see
that it's just a year that
you are rebuilding, and
you are trying to get the
experience. They've been
close a bunch of times, and
they just can't it done. Get-
ting that win against Jay
would make it even more
special."


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What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

OKALOOSA LEGIS-
LATIVE DELEGATION
MEETING: Dec. 15 at
5 p.m. at the Crestview City
Hall, 198 N. Wilson St., in
the City Council Chambers.
Members of the delegation
include Representatives
Marti Coley, Ray Sansom,
Greg Evers and Brad Drake,
and Senators Don Gaetz and
Durell Peaden. To be placed
on the agenda, contact Rep.
Drake's office at 850-892-
8431.
HEALTH FAIR: On Sat-
urday, Nov. 7, a free health
fair sponsored by the Crest-
view Chamber of Commerce
will be held from 8 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. at the Crestview
Community Center at 1446
Commerce Drive. Many dif-
ferent services will be pro-
vided, including lab work at
discounted prices, body fat
analysis, massage therapy,
etc. Entertainment for all
age groups will be available.
BLOOD DRIVES: The
Northwest Florida Blood
Center is sponsoring the fol-
lowing drives in North Oka-
loosa County:
Nov. 5, Baker School, 1
p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 6, City of Crestview
City Hall on Wilson Street, 10
a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Nov. 7, Crestview Cham-
ber of Commerce Commu-
nity Health Fair, 10 a.m. to
2:30 p.m.
Nov. 11, WoodlawnBaptist
Church, 824 N. Ferdon Street
Crestview, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Nov. 12, Crestview High
School, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m'
Call 862-4216 for details.
VETERAN'S DAY PA-
RADE: The Carver-Hill Me-
morial & Historical Society
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then march to the Carver-
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beginning promptly at 10
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HOLIDAYSHOWCASE:
The 2009 Holiday Showcase,
sponsored by the Okaloosa
Council for Family & Com-
munity Education (HCE),
will feature gift and decorat-
ing ideas, demonstrations,
and taste testing of holiday
foods at area homes. The
showcase will be Thursday,
Nov. 12, at 6 p.m. at the Oka-
loosa Extension Office, 5479
Old Bethel Road, Crestview.
Tickets are $5 in advance or
$6 at the door. Participants
will receive a 2009 Holiday
Showcase book, which con-
tains directions, illustrations
and recipes. For additional
information or to purchase
tickets, please call 689-5850.
RELAY FOR LIFE
SALE: The Crestview Relay
For Life will sponsor a yard
sale in the Winn-Dixie park-
ing lot Saturday, Nov. 21 from
7 a.m. to 12 p.m. Come shop
for Christmas, find a bargain,
and support the American
Cancer Society. Also sched-
uled in conjunction with the
yard sale will be a DiGiorno
pizza wagon, hot dogs, Pepsi
display, and a bouncy pit for
kids. Plan to shop early for
the best bargains in town.
GRIEFAND THE HOL-
IDAYS: Emerald Coast Hos-
pice invites you to call them
at 689-0300 and schedule
your Grief and the Holidays
Seminar, where Hospice will
provide you with ways to
make it through the holiday
season.
Nurses can receive
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Carver-Hill School Center
in Crestview. Children and
adults are welcome to per-
form in the sixth annual tal-
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es will be awarded. Please
respond no later than Nov. 11
by calling Brenda or Tamara
Bess at 682-5540, or Darlene
Brunson at 689-0738.
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The Crestview FamilyYMCA
needs coaches and referees
for flag football and fall soc-
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the YMCA at 298 N. Wilson
Street in Crestview. Contact
Glenn Scott at 689-2999 for
more details.
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Registration for 2010 is now
open for baseball players
who are league age 8 to 14
at www.travelingeagles.com.
The Eagles are the premier
travel ball program in the
area dedicated to the devel-
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than just the best baseball
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championships during 2009.
There is no try-out fee. Call
Mike Wells at 428-0005 for
more information.
ART CONTEST: The
Ladies Auxiliary to the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars Post
5450 in Crestview is look-
ing for artistic students in
grades 9-12 to participate
in the Young Patriotic Art.
Contest. Students have sev-
eral months to create patri-
otic art that could earn them
college scholarship money
worth thousands. The dead-
line to enter is March 31,
2010. Details: LAVFW Presi-
dent Lynn Mobley, 537-3375
or 978-0685.
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REGISTRATION: Paula
Jackson of Families Count
is offering assistance to local
residents who want to regis-


ter their children for Florida
KidCare insurance. Walk-ins
are accepted every Tuesday
and Thursday from 8 a.m. to
10 a.m. at Jobs Plus on Wil-
son Street in Crestview. 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.
CRESTVIEW DOG-
WOOD GARDEN CLUB:
Members meet the first
Monday of each month from
September through May.
Anyone interested in learn-
ing more about gardening is
invited to visit or join. Please
call 682-2691 or 682-3639.
SOUP KITCHEN UP-
DATE: A fourth lunch has
been added to the soup
kitchen list. In addition to
being open Mondays and
Friday, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at
First Presbyterian Church,
492 N. Ferdon Blvd.; and
Wednesday, 11 a.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 12 p.m.
Come enjoy 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 St. in Crestview now
offers showers for homeless
people Monday and Friday
evenings from 5 p.m. to 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 WATCH-
ERS meets every Thurs-
day at Episcopal Church of
the Epiphany, 424 Garden
Street, Crestview. Registra-
tion and weigh in begin at 5
p.m.; meeting follows.
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GFWC Woman's Club of BEAR SHOW: The Fort
Crestview, Inc.'s club house Walton Beach Creative Se-
is located at 150 Woodlawn nior Center will host the 10th
Drive in Crestview. Annual Northwest Florida
The group will host a Sun- Doll and Teddy Bear Show
day buffet on Nov. 15 from 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satur-
a.m. to 2 p.m., at their club day, Nov. 21. The show will
house. The meal includes feature vintage, modern and
boneless pork loin, roast collectible dolls and bears of
beef, sweet potato casserole, everydecade. DollDr. Connie
mashed potatoes and vege- will be running the doll and
tables, and rolls, dessert and bear hospital, and A United
tea. Take-oUt dinners also Federation of Doll Collectors
available. Proceeds support member will appraise dolls
GFWC charities. Donation for $3 per item. Vendors from
of $10 for adults and $5 for all over the southeast will be
children under 12. Details: participating. The charge for
683-9117. admission is $2 for adults,
AMERICAN GIRLS $1 for children older than 6,
BOOK CLUB: The Crest- and free for children young-
view public library on Con- er than 6. In addition to the
merce Drive behind the show, food, hourly door priz-
post office is hosting an es and raffles willbe held.
American Girls Book Club. The center is located at 31
The club meets every third Memorial Parkway SW, mid-
Saturday of the month from way between U.S. Highway
10 a.m. until 12 p.m. in the 98 and Hollywood Boulevard
Story Room. Members talk behind Sea Breeze BallPark
about the book and discover Details: 833-9586.
more about life at different ADSO YARD SALE:
times in Ameridan history. Saturday, Nov.14 from 8 a.m.
Activities, arts & crafts, and to 1 p.m. at the Art Center,
interesting snacks are part 17 First Street in Ft. Walton
of each session. Beach. Household goods,
Join in by signing up books, furniture, art items,
in Youth Services for each baby items, clothing, shoes
meeting; get the book from and much more will be avail-
the library or purchase it, able at the annual sale. For
and finish reading the select- more information call Ursel
ed book for that month be- Behnken at 651-8329.
fore coming to the meeting. OFFICERS WIVES
Saturday, Nov. 21's topic LUNCHEON: The NW Re-
is "Meet Kaya." For details, tired Officer's Wives Club
call 682-4432. lunch on Nov. 19 will feature
FIRST TUESDAY LEC- a presentation on identity
TURE: 1st Tuesday Lec- theft for seniors by Ashley
tures are held once a month Bailey of the Okaloosa Coun-
at 10:30 a.m. at the Crestview ty Sheriff's Office. The meet-
public library on Commerce ing begins with socializing at
Drive. 11 a.m., followed by lunch at
On Nov. 3, Brian Hughes, 11:30.
CNB Entertainment Editor, The Dec. 17 meeting will
will present "World War II: feature Sweet Adelines.
Big Screen to Little Screen." Call the reservations
The Dec. 1 presentation chairman at 609-8075 by
by Dr. Anne Hawe Holt of Thursday, Nov. 12. Call in
Tallahassee is called "Lock your reservation by Dec. 12.
'em Up...or Not: The His- NASA PRESENTA-
tory of Florida Prisons, 1868- TION: Florida Humanities
1925." "Road Scholar" and Na-
RED CROSS CLASS- tional Public Radio's "space
ES: are offered in Okaloosa expert" Pat Duggins will
County. Visit www.yourred- lecture on Florida's impact
cross.org to register. on NASA and NASAs impact
OKALOOSA INFOR- on Florida, today at 1p.m. at
MATION LINE: Residents Northwest Florida State Col-
can.dial 311 to, connect with lege, Bldg K Free and open
the newCitizens Information to the public, this lecture is
Line. and reach any county the first in a series presented
department or constitutional in partnership by the Heri-
office. The 311 system works tage Museum of Northwest
within Okaloosa County only. Florida and Northwest Flor-
Outside the county, or in ar- ida State College with grant
eas that 311 doesn't work, support from the Florida Hu-
residents must call the auto- manities council. For more
mated directory at 850-423- information call the Heritage
4894. Museum of Northwest Flori-
During a storm event da,850-678-2615.
when the 911 Emergency FLORIDA TRAIL
Operations Center is activat- SCHEDULE: Visit http://
ed, the 311 Citizens Informa- choctaw.floridatrail.org for
tion Line will be staffed with details on the group's up-
operators. All other times coming events.
it is an automated system; Friday, Nov. 6, 6 p.m. walk
however, you can press "0" around town in Pensacola
to speak with an operator with dinner afterwards. De-
anytime. To access Citizens tails: 850-434-8861.
Information online, visit Saturday, Nov. 7,8:30 a.m.
www.okaloosafl.com. four-mile hike at Fort Pick-
ens with lunch afterwards.
MISCELLANEOUS Details: 850-932-5469.
Saturday, Nov. 7, 9 a.m.
kids hike at the E. O. Wilson
FWB TEA PARTY Biophilia Center. Space is
GROUP: will host a tea par- limited so RSVP early. De-
tyrally from 11a.m. to 4p.m. tails: 850-974-2078.
at the Fort Walton Beach Wednesday, Nov. 11, 9:00
Fairgrounds indoor pavil- a.m.hike at Big Lagoon State
ion. For more information Park with lunch afterwards.
on the group, visit their Web Details: 850-477-7043.
site at wwwfwbteaparty. ADVENTURE CLUB:
com. You may also contact For details on club activi-
organizer Chris Saccaman- ties, call Clarice Hebinck at
no at DefendFreedom@ 850-581-4591 or e-mail her at
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FAMILY FUN: Crestview's Fall Festival
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SOUTHERN BELLE: Autumn Raine of Holt was the
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Okaloosa County BUILDING PERMITS


Oct. 15
Citifinancial Equity Services,
3186 Chestnut Ave., Crestview.
Reroof by CQ Construction.
Platinum Homes, 4645
Cole Lane, Holt. Mechanical
by Oglesby Heating & Air
Conditioning.
Chadrick and Judy Wilkinson,
5261 Griffith Mill Road, Baker.
Mechanical, electrical and
plumbing by homeowner;
manufactured building by Lollies
Mobile Home Service.
Marty and Jackie Reeves,
U.S. Highway 393. Electrical,
niechanical and plumbing by
homeowner; manufactured
building by Hall's Mobile Home
Service.
Byrd House Construction, 6098
Dragonfly Way, Crestview. Single
family by owner. ,

Oct. 16
Dennis Jr. and Ellen Lanum,
5421 Monterrey Road, Crestview.
Reroof by Terry Sowell Roofing.
GOB, LLC, 4535 Hermosa


Road, Crestview. Mechanical by
Northwest Florida A/C.
William and Marie Fortier,
111 Winchester Way, Crestview.
Mechanical by Barnes Heating &
A/C.
Whitworth Builders, 5449 E.
Brook Drive, Crestview. Electrical
by Richardson Enterprises.
Crestview Homes, 6003 and
6004 Fiori Drive, Crestview. Single
family by Southern American
Homes.
Albert Jr. and Frances Bell,
2537 Taylor Road, Crestview.
Reroof by Armondi Roofing.
Joy Fellowship, 5978 Old
Bethel Road, Crestview. Building
Additions by LSM Builders.

Oct. 19
OKLCO, LLC, 5234 Moore
Loop, Crestview. Electrical by
Richardson Enterprises.
David A. Schindler, 4593 Scarlet
Drive, Crestview. Mechanical by
American Residential Services.
James and Brenada Holt,
4875 Adams Road. Electrical by
homeowner.


Jonathan and Crystal Cook,
4309 Sundance Way S., Holt.
Manufactured building by
Leonard Slay Mobile Home
Service.

Oct. 21
Crestview Homes, 6003 and
6004 Fiori Drive, Crestview.
Electrical by Richardson
Enterprises and plumbing by
Siwicki Plumbing.
Whitworth Builders, 3067
Crown Creek Circle. Electrical by
Richardson Enterprises.
Southern American Homes,
4511 Hermosa Road, Crestview.
Plumbing by Siwicki Plumbing.
Tom Thumb Corp., 994 W
James Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Mechanical by Mooneyham
Heating & A/C Company.
Thomas Bergeron, 2981
Windsor Circle, Crestview. Reroof
by Terry Sowell Roofing.
Joy Fellowship, 5978 Old
Bethel Road, Crestview. Electrical
by Crest Electric Company.
James and Misty Morgan, Sky
Ranch Lane, Baker. Electrical by


Crest Electric Company.
Byrd House Construction,
6098 Dragonfly Way, Crestview.
Mechanical and electrical by King
Electric.
Jonathan and Crystal Cook,
4309 Sundance Way, Holt.
Electrical by IMS Electrical
Contracting.
Mabel Edenfield, 6169 Bethany
Drive, Crestview. Electrical by
homeowner.
Mary M. Danford, 4955
Maxwell Drive, Baker. Electrical
by DB Electric.
Rhonda S. and Tracy J.
Simmons, 4682 Cahokia Run,
Crestview. Electrical by 1 Source
Contracting.
Patrick and Tracey Paskell,
6145 Donald Guy Road, Crestview.
Plumbing by Faith Mechanical.

Oct. 22
Oliver and Mozell Alt,
1425 Quail Ridge, Crestview.
Window replacement by CTG
Improvements.
Paul A. Barto, 5831 Antler Way,
Crestview. Reroof by homeowner.


North Okaloosa CRIME REPORTS


Crestview Police
Department reports
10/9: STEVEN RICHBURG,
21, of 560 W. James Lee Blvd., Apt.
144, Crestview, was charged with
two counts of criminal mischief
and one count each of burglary
and theft.
10/12: BRANDON ALLEN
MCLAUGHLIN, 26, of 512
Candlewood Lane, Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear on
a charge of possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana. *
EDWARD WAYNE PARTON,
45, of 106B Brentwood Lane,
Crestview, was charged with
being a fugitive from justice based
on a warrant from Union County,
Blairsville, Ga.
10/15: MARK ANTHONY
BARBIER, 36, of 306 Reynolds
Ave., Niceville, was charged with
battery/causing bodily harm.
10/16: OTIS M. PARKER, 29,
of 487 S. Lincoln St., Crestview,
was charged with resisting arrest
without violence and driving while


license suspended or revoked
with knowledge.
10/18: WILLIAM M. GARCIA,
23, of 3943 Bear Creek Road,
Crestview, was charged with
disorderly intoxication.
10/20: DANNA MARIE
DICKINSON, 23, of 406 E. Griffith
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with petit theft' based on a Pasco
County, Fla., warrant.
10/21: TERESA MICHELLE
GARRETT, 25, of 4548 Wolftrack
Ridge Road, Crestview, was
charged with uttering a
forged check. * ZACKERY O.
CALLOWAY, 19, of 3738 New
Ebenezer Road, Laurel Hill, was
charged with resisting an officer
- obstruction without violence and
possession of liquor by a person
younger than 21 years of age. *
TAMU ANTONETTE IKNER, 34,
of 3269 Andy Lane, Crestview, was
charged with worthless checks
based on a Santa Rosa County
warrant. * KRISTEN PAIGE
LOWERY, 32, of 508 Boulder St.,
Crestview, was charged with


larceny petit theft based on an
Escambia County warrant.
10/22: TOMMY TODD
ROGERS, 39, of 101 Hope Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
failure'to appear on a battery
charge out of Hillsborough
County, where a warrant had been
issued for his arrest.
10/23: DYLAN DURAN
DORSEY, 20, of 5059 Bone Creek
Road, Holt, was charged with
possession of not more than 20
grams of marijuana, possession
of drug paraphernalia and
possession of liquor by a person
younger than 21 years of age. *
JON DEANGELO REYNOLDS
JR., 18, of 1231 W Edney Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession of
narcotic paraphernalia and
possession of cocaine.
10/24: TEVIN GERMAR
BEMBO, 18, of 571 S. Wilson St.,
Crestview, was charged with
battery-causing bodily harm,
(domestic violence).


10/25: SONIA MARIA ALLEN,
32, of 311 Holly Tree Lane,
Crestview, was charged with-
worthless checks based on a
Walton County warrant.
10/27: STEPHEN JON
HARRELL, 29, of 135 Nicole Lane,
Crestview, was charged with hit
and run - leaving the scene of an
accident and grand theft auto. *
AARON BRIAN WOLFE, 19, was
charged with providing a false
name to law enforcement while
lawfully detained.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports
10/16: JOHN EARL LEMON,
44, of 226 Barr Place, Crestview,
was charged with three counts of
sale of cocaine.
10/24: JERRY LUCIOUS,
59, of 296 W Oakdale Ave., B2,
Crestview, was charged with
trafficking in Hydrocodone (in
excess of 4 grams, less than 14
grams).


Obituary

Barbara (Bess)
Hawthrone
Barbara Hawthrone, age
57, of Crestview, went home
to be with our Lord on
Monday, Oct. 19, 2009.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, Oct. 24, at
Mount Zion Church of the
Living God, with the Rev.
Sanford Hayes officiating
and McKinnie Funeral
Home directing..
Barbara was born in
Okaloosa County to the late
Joseph Bess and Annie Fay
Bess Cason. She accepted
Jesus Christ in her life early
and was a faithful member
of Mount Zion Church of the
Living God. Barbara was a
strong, creative woman who
was loved by many.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Joseph and Annie; son,
Adrian Maurice Roper;
and special friend, Sharon
Patterson.
Barbara leaves to
cherish her memories
her daughter, LaShonda
(Lorenzo) Busby of Holt;
sons, Rayvon Hawthrone
and Markey Nelson, both
of Crestview; brothers,
Minister Waylon (Brenda)
Bess, Roger (Gloria) Bess,
Maurice (Beverly) Bess
and Tommy Brown, all of
Crestview; sisters, Mary
Ann (Dewhitt) Maddox of
Jacksonville, Fla., and Faye
Bess, 'Cathy (Berry) Bess,
Sharon Bess and Georgia
Brown, all of Crestview;
great-aunt, Nellie Smith of
Crestview; grandchildren,
Kenesha, Justin, Kendra,
Dezaray, Tierra, Alexis,
Rayvon III and Makayla;
three great-grandchildren;
special friends, Randolph
McKinnie Sr., Gloria Cargle,
Wanda Gage, Joyce Collins,
Patricia Todd and a host of
other relatives and friends.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guest book for Barbara
Hawthrone online at www.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2009 DR
005915S DIVISION
JOHN T BROWN

ROHIT CHANDOK
Petitioner,

and

VIBHA CHANDOK,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

TO: VIBHA CHANDOK
LAST INOWN 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 your
written defenses, if any,
to it on ROHIT
CHANDOK, whose ad-
dress is 240 H CLIF-
FORD ST. FORT WAL-
TON BEACH, FL 32547
on or before November
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fault may be entered
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petition.

Copies of all court
documents In this
case, including
orders,a re available
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit 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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dure, required certain
automatic disclosure
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formation. Failure to
comply can result In
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
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Legal # 100896

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA FIRST JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA CASE NO.:
09-DR-6090

In Re: The Marriage Of:
TRISTA LEIGH
CROSTON,
Petitioner/ Wife,


n rKwy, onalimar, TIMOTHY TALPH DA-
12579 before serv- VIS,
on Petitioner or im- Respondent/ Husband.
liately thereafter. If
fail to do so, a de- NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

TO: Timothy Ralph Da-
vis
Homestead, Florida

% YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
that you are required to
serve. a copy of your
written defenses to it, if
any, on Connie Roper,
Attorney at Law, whose
address is 296 South
Ferdon Blvd., Suite 5,
Crestview, Florida
32536 on or before No-
vember 20, 2009 and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at
101 James Lee Blvd.,
hi Crestview, Florida
32536, before service
on Petitioner or imme-
diately 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
h enew s documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You
may review these
atyour documents upon re-
quest.

You must keep the
ic lerk ofithe Circuit
Court's office notified
i ' of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
tay in touch with the proved Family Law
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2009.


S 1100

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

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-
suance, 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 ft S76
deg E440 ft N87 deg
E266.8 ff 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 Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Novem-
ber 18, 2009.

Dated this 9th day of
October, 2009.
DON W HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
'CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC

10/14/09
10/21/09
10/28/09
11/04/09


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-
ELL,
Respondent/ Husband.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: Gregory K. Powell
Last known address:
PSC 3 BOX 3347, apo
ap 96266
SPresent 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,
ESQUIRE
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 service on
Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise 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

Legal #100909

IN THE CIRCUIT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL AC-
TION CASE NO.:
2007-CA-291-C DIVI-
SION:

WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A., AS TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,

vs.

JOSHUA M. FRANCIS,
at al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
October 26, 2009 and
entered in Case NO.
2007-CA-297-C of the
Circuit of the FIRST Ju-
dicial Circuit in and.for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein WELLS
.FARGO BANK, NA, AS
TRUSTEE, is the Plain-
tiff and JOSHUA M.
FRANCIS; ELIZABETH
EDWARDS-FRANCIS;
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GWANT-
EES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS INCORPO-
RATED AS NOMINEE
FOR OWNIT MORT-
GAGE SOLUTIONS,
INC.; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at CREST-
VIEW: IN FRONT OF
THE CLERK' FRONT
DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00 AM on the 30 day
of November, 2009, the
following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:

BEGIN AT THE SE
CORNER OF BLOCK
5, MCCASKILL'S 2ND
ADDITION TO CREST-
IVEW, FLORIDA,
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
THENCE PROCEED
NORTH 00 DEGREES
00 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS EAST ALONG
THE EAST LINE OF
SAID BLOCK 5, A DIS-
TANCE OF 150.00
FEET; THENCE DE-
PARTING THE EAST
LINE OF SAID BLOCK
5, PROCEED SOUTH
90 DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS
WEST, A DISTANCE
OF 150.00 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE
SOUTH LINE OF SAID
BLOCK 5, THENCE
PROCEED NORTH 90
DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE
SAID LINE OF BLOCK
5 A DISTANCE OF
75.00 FEET TO THE
POB OF THE PARCEL
HEREIN DESCRIBED.

A/K/A 501 Anderson
Street, Crestivew, FL
32536

Any person claiming
an Interest In the sur-
plus from the sale, if
any, other than the
property owner as of
the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on October 29,
2009


1 1100 1

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By: Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk

IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in the pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestivew, FL,
32536-3515; tele-
phone 850-689-5000,
Extension 7497, prior
to the proceeding. or
Shalimar
850-651-7497

11/04/09
11/11/09

Legal# 100897

NOTICE TO BID

Skanska USA Bldg Inc.
& Lord and Son are
taking proposals for
two Phased bidding
process for the new
Okaloosa County Judi-
cial Center. Prequal &
proposal info. may be
obtained by contacting
Kevin Evertz at:
kevin.evertz@skanska.co
m of (404) 946-7535.
10/21/09
10/24/09
10/28/09
10/31/09
11/04/09


Legal# 100908

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSACOUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NUM-
BER 2009 DR 2695 S

IN THE MATTER OF
THE ADOPTION OF

Z.N.C. (DOB 02/12/02)
Adoptee.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO BIOLOGICAL FA-
THER, RACHID
NAJAH:

YOU ARE,NOTIFIED
that an action for step-
parent adoption has
been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on James M. Levy,
Esquire, the petitioners'
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 4507 Furling
Lane, Suite 210, Destin,
FL 32541, on or before
December 4, 2009, and
file the original with the
clerk of this court either
before service on the
petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
the relief demanded in,
for the complaint or pe-
tition.

DON W. HORWARD
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Beth McDoanld
Deputy Clerk

DATED on 10-23-09

11/04/09
11/11/09
11/18/09
11/25/09



LEGAL#120396

NOTICE OF COMPLE-
TION AD
GAC Contractors, Inc.
hereby gives notice of
completion of contract
with Milligan Water
Systems for construc-
tion of Milligan Water
Lines - Contract 1. This
notice will appear for
four consecutive weeks
beginning 10/17/09 and
ending 11/15/09. All
claims in connection
with this project should
be filed during this pe-
riod with the Engineer,
Peters Municipal Asso-
ciates, Inc. Post Office
Box 6523, Dothan, Ala-
bama 36302

10/21/2009
10/28/2009
11/4/2009
11/11/2009


1100
LEGAL#120397

STATE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA IN THE
PROBATE COURT
COUNTY OF SPAR-
TANBURG PROBATE
FILE
NO:2008ES4200491

Allan Dewayne Frank-
lin,
Plaintiff,

vs.

Romona Gail Franklin,
Defendant.

SUMMONS
TO: ROMONA GAIL
FRANKLIN, DEFEND-
ANT

YOU ARE HEREBY
SUMMONED and re-
quired to answer the
,Complaint in this ac-
tion, of which a copy is
herewith served upon
you, and to serve a
copy of your Answer to
the Complaint upon the
undersigned at his of-
fice located at 112 Es-
sex Drive, Anderson,
South Carolina 29621,
within thirty (30) days
from the date of such
service hereof, exclu-
sive of the date of such
service, unless you re-
ceived your copy by
certified mail, in which
case you must serve a
copy of your answer on
the subscriber within
thirty-five (35) days af-
ter the service hereof,
exclusive'of the day of
such'service; and if you
fail to answer the Com-
plaint within the time
aforesaid, the Plaintiff
in this action will apply
to the Court for the re-
lief demanded in the
Complaint..

DATED at Anderson,
South Carolina, on the
3rd day of September,
,2009.

MEDICOLEGAL CON-
SULTANTS, LLC
Raymond E. MacKay
Attorney for Plaintiff
112 Essex Drive Ander-
son, South Carolina
29621 Phone: (864)
226-6132 Fax:(864)
225-0830
Email:rmackay@doctor-
lawyers.com

11/4/2009
11/11/2009
11/18/2009


LEGAL#120399

STATE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA IN THE
PROBATE COURT
COUNTY OF'SPAR-
TANBURG PROBATE
FILE
NO:2008ES4200491

Allan Dewayne Frank-
lin,
Plaintiff,

Vs.

Romona Gall Franklin
Defendant.

NOTICE OF HEARING

TO: ROMONA GAIL
FRANKLIN
DATE:JANUARY 12,
2010
TIME:10:00 A.M.
PLACE: PROBATE
COURT SPARTAN-
BURG COUNTY 180
MAGNOLIA STREET,
ROOM 302,
SPARTANBURG, SC
29306

Description of attached
pleadings: (example:
petition for formal ap-
point, filing a bond,
hearing to determine
heirs, etc.): HEARING
TO LIMIT ENTITLE-
MENT

Dated this 21st day of
October, 2009.

MEDICOLEGAL CON-
SULTANTS, LLC Ray-
mond E. MacKay At-
torney for Plaintiff 112
Essex Drive Anderson,
SC 29621 Phone:
864/226-6132 Fax:
864-225-0830

11/4/2009
11/11/2009
11/18/2009


11000

LEGAL # 120410

NOTICE OF SALE

Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Statues,
there will be a public
auction November 17,
2009 at 8:00am for the
following described ve-
hicles:

1996 Fdrd Vin#
1FAHP52U5TA238047

This auction will be
held at 861 W. James
Lee Blvd. Crestview Fl
32536. Danco Trans-
missions has the right
to turn down any and
all bids.

11/4/2009


LEGAL#120408

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE
NO:2009-CP-001135S

IN RE: Estate
of CHARLES E.
SHANKLIN,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the Estate of CHARLES
E. SHANKLIN, De-
ceased, File Number
2009-CP-001135 S, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, the ad-
dress of which is
Okaloosa County
Courthouse, ATTN:
Probate Division, Post
Office Box 1359, 101
East James Lee Boule-
vard, Crestview, Florida
32536-1359. The
names and addresses
of the Personal Repre-
sentative and the Per-
sonal Representative's
attorneys are set forth
below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.,
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN .3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL : BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is November 4,
2009.

ATTORNEY FOR PER-
SONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
ROBERT D. HART, JR.,
FL Bar Number 111552
CLARK, PARTINGTON,
HART, LARRY, BOND
&STACKHOUSE Suite
800, 125 West
Romana Street
Post Office Drawer
13010 Pensacola, Flor-
ida 32591-3010 Tele-
phone: (850) 434-9200

PERSONAL REPRE-
SENTATIVE: BERNICE
R. SHANKLIN 249 Anti-
qua Way Niceville, Flor-
ida 32578

11/4/2009
11/11/2009


1100
LEGAL # 120411

NOTICE OF SALE

Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Statues,
there will be a public
auction November 24,
2009 at 8:00 am for the
following described ve-
hicles:

2001 Ford
VIN#3FTZF18241MA6276
1

This auction will be
held at 861 W. James
Lee Blvd. Crestview Fl
32536. Danco Trans-
missions has the -right
to turn down any and
all bids.

11/4/2009

LEGAL#120404

NOTICE OF COMPLE-
TION AD

GAC Contractors, Inc.
hereby gives notice of
completion of contract
with Milligan Water
Systems for construc-
tion of Milligart Water
Lines - Contract 3. This
notice will appear for
four consecutive weeks
beginning 10/28/09 and
ending 11/25/09. All
claims in connection
with this project should
be filed during this pe-
riod with the Engineer,
Peters Municipal Asso-
ciates, Inc. Post Office
Box 6523,' Dothan, Ala-
bama 36302,

10/28/2009
11/4/2009
11/11/2009
11/18/2009



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come enjoy the day
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follow signs.


Take a break and let us
do the dirty
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Able Concrete
Tear out, replacement
driveways, patios. Free
Est. Open 7 days/wk
Lic/Ins 850-685-6248




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

Yard work, painting,
tree trimming, & odd
jobs. Reasonable rates.
Free estimates call
Scott 305-2956


S 1120
Public Notice of
Okaloosa County Leg-
islative Delegation
Meeting

The Okaloosa County
Legislative Delegation
is scheduled to meet
on Tuesday December
15th at 3:30 pm. The
meeting will be held at
Crestview City Hall in
the City Council Cham-
bers. The address for
City Hall is 198 North
Wilson Street, Crest-
view. Members of the
Okaloosa County Dele-
gation include Repre-
sentatives Marti Coley,
Ray Sansom, Greg
Evers and Brad Drake,
Senators Don Gaetz
and Durell Peaden. To
be placed on the
agenda please contact
Representative Drake's
office at 850-892-8431.








PETS AN-ULS
2100 - Pets
2110 - Pets: Free to
' Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/






English Mastiff
Puppies
AKC w/CH lines
Ready 10/15
PCB (850) 258-5484


I MERCHMDISE
3100 - Antiques
3110- Appliances
3120- Arts & Crafts
3130 -Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160- Business
Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 -Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3210- Free Pass It On
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240- Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)


Farm Direct
Centipede, Zoysia, St.
Augustine, Bermuda
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms



Mike Golles Painting
Int., Ext., pressure
washing Lic & Ins -
Fie estimates.
Ph. 682-5347
Sr. citizen discounts.



Adult Sitting/ Companion
w/ light house work in
Crestview call 398-6085

Do Soniething
Good For
Tomorrow
RECYCLE
TODAY!


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Crestview News Bulletin I B9


Alapaha River Ranch
Auction: 500� Acres
Absolute! 4,600� Acres
offered in 14 parcels-
Willachoochee, Geor-
gia. 11AM, Saturday,
November 21. Excel-
lent Timber Investment,
Recreation or Farming
Opportunity! Preview:
10AM - 4PM, Novem-
ber 13, 14 and 20.
Higgenbotham Auc-
t i o n e e r s :
(800)257-4161. Mike
Lofton, GREL#16478
GAL#168
Foreclosed Online
Home Auction 800+
Homes. Bids Open
11/16, Open House:
11/7, 14 & 15 View Full
Listings & Details
Auction.com REDC/
Brkr CQ1031187
Goshen, AL. (near
Troy), 2197 -Co. Rd.
2242. Excellent for re-
tirement or relocation -
nice house, fenced
pasture on 61 � acres.
AUCTION Nov 17, 2009
at 11am (or earlier
upon price agreement)
at Pike County Court-
house. Contact Attor-
ney Joe W. Adams
(334)774-5533
Nationwide Online
Land Auction 400+
Props 168 Absolute All
Starting Bids: $100
Redc View Full Listings
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/land



Metal Roofing Tax
Credit! 40 yr Warranty,
Direct from manufac-
turer. 30 colors in
stock, Quick turna-
round. Delivery availa-
ble. Gulf Coast Supply
& Manufacturing,
(888)393-0335
www.gulfcoastsupply.com
Steel Buildings
Left over disc
deals not taken.
Phone: 850-391-0204



Brand Name Pillowtop
set still queen in plas-
tic, warranty included
$165, Delivery avail
255-3050
Brand name pillowtop
set, still in plastic, war-
ranty included $165,
delivery availiabie
850-255-3050
Brand new all Leather
Sofa & Love seat in
crate. Rich brown, life-
time warranty. In stores
$1800, 1st $780 takes it
471-0330 can separate
Mattress, king size, pil-
low top, with found
tions, New factory
sealed, and warranty
$230. 850-471-0330
New Full size Mattress
with box and warranty
in plastic $125.00 Can
deliver 850-471-0330.
Sofa, Loveseat, Tables
5pc set, plush micro-
fiber, New still in box.
Orig $1500, sacrifice
$600. 850-255-3050


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901 Pinellas Dr.
(Home . Daycare busi-
ness), Sat 7 am - till ?,
Closing business sale,
Oak furniture, wood
cubbies, toys, car
seats, books, learning/
teaching supplies, in-
fant & children,
clothes, perfect condi-
tion, misc.



Baker
ESTATE SALE!
Sat. Nov. 7, 7am-Till,
5789 Hwy 4. Go to
Baker light & we will be
sitting in front of our old
mercantile store on the
right. We do have alot
of antiques & furniture;
were going to try and
sell the furniture before
the sale. We have a
French Armoir, Leather
couch, Twin Captain
Bed, Rocking Chairs,
W & D, 06 GE Refrig. If
your interested in only
�the large items please
call 801-0009



Do Something


Good For

Tomiorro


Crestview: 710 Lee
Ave. 3 Family Sale Fri
Sat & Sun 8-5. 1984
Baker RV, 1984 Dodge Truck,
MULTI-FAMILY YARD PS 2 & games. DVD
SALE! movies, VHS movies,
Fri. & Sat., Nov. 6 & 7, baby clothes, lots of
8am-Till, 5727 Hwy 4 misc.
(In Baker next to Gator
Cafe)-A -


Crestivew
Yard Sale
118 S. Lloyd. Dressers,
books, bedroom set,
buffet hutch's, TV's Lots
of misc.



Crestview
5-FAMILY YARD
SALE
Nov. 6 & 7, 8am-Till,
1052 Martin Luther
King Jr. Ave. Need di-
rections call 398-6191



Crestview
Garage Sale
Sat. Nov. 7th,
8am-12pm, 133 Jeff Dr.



Crestview Huge Yard
Sale Crescent Ave, off
Valley Rd. Sat 8-12
Something for Every-
one!



Crestview
Moving Sale
Fri. & Sat. 8am-5pm,
124 Villa Crest Dr.
Several Families,
clothes, household
items, hunting, nascar,
Christmas, & much
more.



Crestview
Remnants Sale!
Nov. 6 thru Nov. 14,
5279 Shoffner Blvd.
Fabric, Vinyl, Sewing
Machines & Auto Parts.
Lots of Things!



Crestview
Yard Sale
Sat. Nov. 7th,
7am-2pm, 314 Forrest
Pkwy (off Valley Rd).



Crestview
YARD SALE!
Fri. & Sat., Nov 6/7,
8am-2pm, 176 West
First Ave.




Nov. 7, Sat. 7am-1pm,
1265 Mapoles St. Vari-
ety of items.



Crestview, 301 Cadle
drive, (from 85, west on
PJ Adams Rd, left on
Cadle Drive), Sat. 6am,
Massive
Multi family
Garage Sale
Children Clothing
Tools, Housewares,
Toys, Construction ma-
terial, holiday decora-
tions
Crestview, 5520 Poin-
setta Street, off of
Steelwell, Friday and
Saturday 7:30 a.m.-?;
lots of ladies name
brand clothing, some
new with tags'on them
Miscellaneous house-
wares, glass, jewelry.
Downsizing, good stuff
needs to go. Prices are
cheap.



Crestview, 5575 Pine
Lake Dr. Sat. Nov. 7th
from 6:45 to 1:30, Huge
.3 family Yard Sale,
Near Walker School,
follow signs. ,
Crestview, 5636 N.
Brook Dr.
Saturday, Nov. 7,
8:00am-2:00pm
Yard Sale
Clothes, furniture, baby
items, and lots more!!!



Crestview, 743 Golden
Ct., (on Eden Square)
Fri & Sat 8 am - ?
Multi Family
Yard Sale
Lg appliances, Wilton
cake pans, Clothes,
Bikes, toys, dishes,
truck tool chest, golf
clubs, too much to list



Crestview: 3509 Shirey
Court. Located off Air-
port Rd 4.4 miles. Sat
8-1. Earnhart collecti-
ble, furniture, xmas de-
cor, exercise equip-
ment, lots of misc.


Holt
Yard Sale
Sat. 8AM-?, 1084 Hwy
90 W (5 mile from Milli-
gan caution light).
Household decor, en-
gine stand, etc.



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4100 - Help Wanted
4130 - Employment
Information



Driver Trainees
Needed Now at Werner
Enterprises! Earn up to
$700. per Week after
training. Great Benefitsl
No Experience needed!
Local 15-day CDL
Training available With
TD1 1-877-214-3624
Food Services

FT Registered
Dietetic
Technician
@ Eglin AFB (32542)
BLS/CPR, current CME.
40 hrs, M-F 7am-4pm
Competitive wage, Full
Benefits Call Shirley @
800-755-8162x30 or
sbennett@nitelinesusa.com
Web ID 34059946
General
Maintenance person-
nel needed:
must be able to:
* read & service water
meters
* operate back hoe &
front loader.
* work on various
pumps & generators.
Must have a valid
driver's license.
Contact Bill Everett
537-9131
Hair stylist & Nail tech
wanted for booth
rental. 682-0031 or
974-0227


4100
Insurance

A Terrific
Opportunity!
Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
$100,000+ Earning
Potential Benefits,
Pension, 401(k), BCBS
Insurance for those
who qualify! Call
1-800-257-5500.



Other
Live-In
Female
Companion
needed for older
female. Must clean,
cook at least 1 meal
a day! Room and
board plus some
compensation. Ref-
erences needed!
Crestview area Fax
or email info: (850)
398-8065








IBUSINS & FINANCIALI
5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend


S 5100
ALL Cash Vending! Do
you earn $800 in a
day? 25 Local Ma-
chines and Candy
$9,995. (888)629-9968
B02000033 CALL US:
we will not be under-
sold!
PTL OTR Drivers. New
Pay Packagel Great Mi-
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months experience re-
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DUI past 5 years.
(877)740-6262.
www.ptl-inc.com
Want Home Most
Weekends With More
.Pay? Run Regional with
Heartland Express! Up
to $.43/mile company
drivers! 12 months OTR
required. Heartland Ex-
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT|
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals.
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals


6100
For Rent: Retail space
on John King Rd. in
Southgate Plaza. Rent
for unfurnished unit is
S$625. mo. Furnished
office space ready to
move in $825. Call
651-9900 for Buddy or
Sonya.


6100
In north Crestview, Im-
maculate, recently re-
modeled 1500 sq ft
building. Equipped and
currently used as a
child care center, but
also a perfect for use
as office space. Call
830-8411 or 682-5660
for info.
On Highway 90 East.
New building. Up to
2000 sq ft office or
retail space. Call Dan
at 830-8411 or
682-0791.




4 Bed 3 Bath $217/mo!
Forecosures! 3 bdrm
only $199/mo! Won't
Last! 5% dw, 15 yrs @
8% apr For Listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5669



$99 - 1st
Month's Rent
Crestview- Quiet well-
maintained 2 br, 1 ba,
total electric 585-6985
Crestvlew- 1 br apt,
698 Kenneth Ave. Com-
pletely furnished, utili-
ties incj. No pets.
$625.rmo 682-3166
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available. 1
& 2 BR, HC & non HC ac-
cessible apartments. 209
Bent Creek Rd, Crestview,
FL. Call 850-682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal Hous-
ing Opportunity.


S6140 ".



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

Crestview
*127 John King
3 br, 2 bth; $500
*118 Hampton,
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
0238 Runnymeade Dr,
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595 ,
*602 Henderson St,
2 br, 1 ba, $625
*1090A Farmer St
2 br, 2 ba, $625
*214 Virginia St
2bd/1.5ba, $650
0216 Virginia St,
'2 br,1.5 b, $650
0604 Henderson,
2bd, 2ba, $650
01704 1stAve
3bd/2ba, $675
*205 Powell
3 br, 1.5 ba. $700
*381 Crooked Pine
3bd, 2.5ba, $750
03278 Auburn Rd.
3 br, 2 ba, $695
0341 Crooked Pine
3 br, 2.5 ba, $775
0414 Oak Place
3 br,2ba,$795
04685 Bobolink,
3bd,2ba;$750
*5682 Reinke
4 br, 3 ba, $895
0443 Shoal Lake
3 br, 2 ba, $900
0511 Krest
3 br, 2.5 ba $995
0179 Conquest,
3 br, 2 ba, $1050
*502 Jillian
4 br,3 ba, $1350


6140
4 br, 2 ba, Brick new
home. Double garage,
$1200 mo + $1200
dep.call for information
683-5355 or 368-2392



Crestview 3 br, 2 ba, 1
cg, A/C, fenced yard.
$765 month + dep. No
smoking or pets. call
850-689-2958



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



Crestview- 5bd 2ba,
laundry room, office,
shed. $975 mo. call
850-259-0267
Crestview- home for
rent, country setting. 1
acre of land. 3br, 2ba.
$650. mo. 682-4280 or
699-4282
Laurel Hill area small
2 bedroom house,
Clean, Split bath, $500
mo, $500 dep, small
pet ok 850-652-4155.


6160
Crestview- Roommate
wanted to share quiet
3br brick home. Auburn
area, $400 mo includes
utils. Call 689-8978.


6170
Crestview- 2bd 1 ba,'
Remodeled, quiet park,
no pets, $450 mo.
+dd. Call 585-8192



Holt-3 br, 2 ba
6n 1 acre near 110 exit
& gas station/store. Big
back deck. New: AC,
skirting, front porch. No
pets. Ref./ 1 mo & DD
req. $500 mo. Call
537-6428 tjtaylor0127@
yahoo.com
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71Q0 - Homes
7105 - Open House
7110 - Beach Home/
Property
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condor/ownhouse .
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 - Watertront
7180 - Investment
Property
7190 - Out-ol-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare


7100


26 acres Okaloosa,
well stocked pond,
creek, pasture, manu-
factured home, guest
cabin & butcher house.
$225K Iron Horse Re-
alty 850-951-2703


7100
A Bank Repo for Sale!
5 Br $25,000! Only
$225/Mo! 3 Br $12,500!
Only $199/Mo! 5%
down 30 years @ 8%
apr. for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5853


LOOK
Individual wants to
buy house for invest-
ment. Call 651-0987
Short sale Ranchettel!
Brick 4/2 on 2 acres in
Baker with 8 stall barn.
Fireplace & Big
Kitchen. $97,000. Iron
Horse Realty
850-951-2703


750-



Crestview - Beautiful 1
acre lot in Prestige Ash-
ley Place Sub Division
Reduced to $64,700
Fred Bowman Realty
850-682-1313.


7160



New Home
For Sale
Financing Available, No
Credit or, Bad Credit,
No problem. 10 year
$450 per month. Call
Clayton Homes of
Crestview (850)682
3344



Adorable
Affordable

Ado eta


7160 | 8110
Police Impounds!
Honda 1999 Civic
$200! Nissan 2001
Altima $350! Ford 2001
Got Land??? Taurus $7001 For list-
0 down for all land ings call (800)366-9813
owners. All credit IO.K. ext 9275
All Clayton Homes of
Crestview 850- ,S
682-3344
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Single Wides
Largest selection in
Florida panhandle. Call
Clayton Homes of
Crestview for pricing
(850)683-0758




Used Home
$15,000. Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details, 850-683-0856








8100 - Anique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 -Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 -Auto Parts
I& Accessories
8210 - Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Olf Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


.2000 VW Beetl, 1.8
- . " Turbo 'GLS, 2 door,
man. trans., 89K miles,
.IIil ,..1 , ,.'.' ] 4 Wheel drive, 4 cyl.
A1 I , Ho.'8Jl Call 6545 19 9 cr
tosehoweasytsto Call 654-5199 or
take us home ithyou. 585-8615.


1999 Yamaha V-Star
Classic (Black) 21,214
miles. Lots of chrome.
Garage kept. Lots of
extras. $3500. call
259-1124 after 6pm
682-5656. SERIOUS
ONLY


S8210
Im looking for someone
to help me with the up-
keep of my 26-ft. Rob-
alo deep sea boat
w/two twin 225hp
motors, Cobia tower &
cuddy cabin. I'll con-
tinue to make pay-
ments and you can
have use of the boat in
exchange for cleaning
and. upkeep. Call
259-2428



For Sale: 2000 Model
Flagstaff 28-foot
self-contained travel
trailer by Forest River.
Price: $4,450. Call
682-9065 after 5:30p.m.


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I encourage you to come in
Sand let's look at your vehicle
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together we will find a solution
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168 W. Woodruff (Downtown Crestview)
850.682.1900
www.thehollowayagency.com


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