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Title: Crestview news bulletin
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Crestview news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Publisher: Okaloosa Publishing Co.,.
Place of Publication: Crestview Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 2007
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Public safety

building

receives funding
Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW - The City Council
has unanimously approved a contract
between the city and Royster Construction
Company Inc., of Fort Walton Beach,
which will build the new public safety
facility for an estimated $710,000.
Located at the corner of Brookmeade
and Hospital Drive, the building will be
home to the Crestview Fire Department's
third station, the Crestview Police
Department and the Emergency
Operations Center during crisis.
The EOC is currently located inside
Crestview Fire Chief Joe Traylor's office.
"Yep, it's where I go when there's a
hurricane," said Traylor.
The City Council and public safety
departments realized the new public
safety building was necessary' to allow the
fire department to better serve the steady
population growth south of Interstate
10, said Administrative Services Director
See SAFETY, A3


Locals do their part to

combat trash problems

Brian Hughes
.' ^ , ", Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW - As a speeding pick-
" . up rounded a bend, its wheels threw
- .. up a spray of sand. Its passenger threw
out a Bud Lite bottle.
During the afternoon's rain, the
sand washed away. But were it not for
a couple of intrepid neighbors, the
beer bottle would have stayed there
indefinitely.
Crestview's many pleasant green
residential areas are also magnets for
people who can't wait until they get
home to toss out their trash.
That's why residents in Grandview
Heights are grateful for the dedication
of their neighbor, Richard Briggs, even
if they don't know his full contribution
to the neighborhood's tidiness.
The retired Army colonel's two-
mile morning walk is more than a
.healthy constitutional: It's also a one-
S man litter patrol.
"If you've ever been on a military
installation, you don't see any litter
anywhere," said Briggs. "I guess I
just can't pass a piece of trash without
n I Crestview News Bulletin picking it up."
nt Friday morning. See LITTER, A3


Future Home

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Construction on the new public safety building is scheduled to begin
construction in about a month.


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2007


Project

Lifesaver

officially begins
Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW-Residentswithloved ones
suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia
now have a little peace of mind.
On Monday morning, the Crestview
Police Department and Crestview Fire
Department announced that .Project
Lifesaver was up and running.
"Right now we're accepting clients for
the Project Lifesaver and Take Me Home
programs," said Officer David Brasewell.
Those who enroll in Project Lifesaver
will receive a white bracelet that contains
a transmitter that is permanently fastened
to the wrist and can be tracked by law
enforcement and first responders should
the client become lost.
Each bracelet has its own frequency that
can be traced up to a mile by ground and up
to six miles by air with special equipment,
Brasewell said.
Take Me Home is also for residents prone
to wander, but who can't afford to pay $300
for the Lifesaver bracelet and the additional
cost of batteries each month. Locals can join
Take Me Home at no charge.
"It's a great thing for the city," said Mayor
David Cadle, who thanked former city of
Crestview Mayor George Whitehurst for
initiating the idea.
Whitehurst asked the police department
to inquire about bringing tle life-saving
program to, the-Hub Citv after the 2006
disappearance of local resident and
businessman, Charlie Blue, a friend .of
Whitehurst.
Alzheimer's Family Services inPensacola
Will do client management for the program
and provide monthly battery checks to
ensure the bracelets are operating correctly.
"We're thrilled to partner with the local
fire department and law enforcement, and
we're grateful to the mayor for his support
of this life-saving device," said Christina
Robison, executive director of Alzheimer's
Family Services.
For information dn Project Lifesaver, call
682-3544.


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Special to the News Bulletin
Teresa Godsey (right) stands beside Superintendent of Okaloosa County Schools Alexis
Tibbetts during Monday's school board meeting, where Godsey was appointed as the new
principal of Bob Sikes Elementary.



Godsey appointed Bob Sike's principal


Leslie Fike
Florida Freedom Newspapers

CRESTVIEW - By a
unanimous vote of the
Okaloosa County School
Board, Teresa Godsey
was appointed as the new
principal of Bob Sikes
Elementary School.
Godsey replaces the


school's former principal,
Peter Ulrich, who is now
the assistant principal of
Bruner Middle School in
Fort Walton Beach.
An administrator since
1994, Godsey has served
as assistant principal and
principal for elementary
and middle schools in
Indianapolis, Ind.


"Ms. Godsey has been
instrumental in developing
intervention programs
for at-risk students
and response teams for
ELL (English Language
Learners) populations,"
Superintendent of Okaloosa
County Schools Alexis
Tibbetts stated in a news
release.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW - Patrolman
Ben Moore, Crestview's newest
police officer, looked relaxed in
his dark blue uniform. But wait!
Don't Crestview officers wear
gray uniforms?
Not any longer.
"Back in January we were
looking for ideas to boost
morale," explained Chief Brian
Mitchell. "We did a survey of
our officers and one of the things
that came out was they wanted
to change the uniforms from the
gray to the more traditional blue
of police officers."
Samples of uniforms in
several styles, colors and fabrics


"Closing the gap with
minority, special education
and low socioeconomic
students is an area of
emphasis for Teresa," said
Tibbetts.
Godsey will officially
begin her new role with the
district on July 2, one day
after the beginning of the
new fiscal year for schools.


were brought in for Crestview's
finest to examine. The policemen
settled on a poly-cotton blend in
a dark blue color.
"It has a. little more room to
move in," Chief Mitchell said.
"Most of the officers are pretty
proud and excited about the
new uniform. They like they
way it looks."
The city's taxpayers have
no reason not to like the new
uniforms, either. Because $10,000
was already budgeted for annual
uniform replacement "we just
replaced them with a different
style," said Mitchell.
With their choice of new
uniforms, Crestview's "men
in blue" now really are men in
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Crestview 90 69 t-storm
Daytona Beach 84 75 i-storm
Fort Lauderdale 86 79 i-storm
Fort Myers 90 7-4 t-storm
Gainesville 86 69 t-storm
Hollywood 87 77 t-storm
Jacksonville 84 77 t-storm
Key West. 87 82 t-storm
Lady Lake 88 72 t-storm
Lake City 88 71 t-storm
Madison 93.73 t-storm
Melbourne 85 77 t-storm
Miami 85 77 t-storm
N Smyrna Beach 86 74 t-storm

National Cities


Atlanta 89
Boston 97
Chicago 83
Dallas 80
Denver. 78
Houston 87
Los Angeles 80
Miami 85

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71 mst sunny
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73 t-storm
57 t-storm
75 t-storm
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77 t-storm


Ocala 89
Orlando 87
Panama City 91
Pensacola 87
Plant City 91
Pompano Beach 87
Port Charlotte 91
Saint Augustine 83
Saint Petersburg 90
Sarasota 90
Tallahassee 92
Tampa 90
Titusville 87
Venice ' 90
W Palm Beach 87


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News Information
If you have a concern or comment about
Crestview News Bulletin's
coverage, please call 682-6524.
General Manager
Kelly Humphrey
Editor
Robbyn Brooks
Office Manager
Lynn Gann
Advertising information
Heather Gann......... ad consultant
Classifieds
Melissa Tedder.........classified ads
Editorial
Brian Hughes..................reporter
Ann Spann....................photographer
Renee Bell.................typesetting
Sunshine Wright.......typesetting


Circulation Information
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Production
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The Crestview News Bulletin is
published twice weekly each Wednesday
and Saturday by Florida Freedom
Newpapers, Inc., at 295 W. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, Florida 32536.
Periodicals Postage Paid at Crestview,
Florida. POSTMASTER: Please send
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Bulletin, P.O. Box 447, Crestview, Florida
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He's not alone. A couple
blocks away on Reinke
Drive, Leon Curenton Jr.
was picking up the Bud
Light bottle that had landed
earlier that morning. Like
Briggs, he often 'carries a
plastic grocery bag to hold
all the trash he picks up.
Some days he could use
more than one. "There are
a lot of pigs in Crestview,"
he snorted in disgust.
"Thursday and Friday
nights are the busiest for
litterbugs," said Reinke's
litter patrolman. "I guess
they're already getting into
their weekends."
Over on Grandview,
"Saturday and Sunday
nights are the worst for
litter," Briggs said.
Most trash they pick up'
is packaging for snacks;
soft drinks, fast food,
cigarettes and beer, the
litter patrolmen said.
Apparently, they observed,
a person who doesn't care
what he puts in his body
doesn't care what he tosses
into the environment.
Concentrations of beer


cans and snack wrappers
by the stream that crosses
Reinke suggest young
people drinking on the
sly, Curenton thinks. But
most of the time it's hard
to determine who the
litterbugs are.
Sometimes, though,
litterbugs leave calling
cards: ."I've found credit
card receipts in fast-food
bags with peoples' names
on them plain as day,"
said Curenton. "I've even
picked up drug store
bags with people's names
and prescriptions On- the
receipt." -
"It's amazing what
you find," Briggs agreed.
"I found a halfway decent
watch one time."
Curenton said he looks
inside cigarette packs ever
since he found a $10 bill
tucked into one tossed by
the side of the road.
The most unusual piece
of litter Curenton ever
picked up?
"I found a pair of guy's
under'\ear" hanging from
a bulsh b., the side of the


road. "How can someone
not know he lost his
drawers?
"I used a stick to pick it
up," he hastily added.
Despite the occasional
benefit of jewelry and
cash, .the men's biggest
reward is the satisfaction
of contributing to a cleaner
neighborhood.
"They're just being
good neighbors," said
Crestview's Director of
Administrative Services
Mike Wing, who said the
city has no formal litter
clean up program.
"What they're doing is
wonderful. Maybe other
people will think 'That's
something I can do.'"
BothBriggsandCurenton
agree and stress that theirs
is not an exclusive club.
"We see other people
walking in the morning,"
said Curenton. "If some
of them also brought trash
bags, our neighborhoods
would stay cleaner."
And besides, he added,
bending over to pick up
litter "is good exercise."


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Plastic bag at the ready, Grandview Heights resident Richard Briggs patrols his
neighborhood for litter during his morning walks.


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Leon Curenton Jr. empties soda cans he's just crushed before adding them to his
growing bag of litter.


SAFETY, continued from 1


Mike Wing.
He added that the new
facility is more centrally
located to the growing
area then any other fire
stations in Crestview.
The council also
approved the issuance
of public safety facilities
fee revenue bonds in the
amount of $900,000 to pay


for the project.
"There are still quite-
a few levels of the
construction process that
we'll still go through,"
Wing said. "(But) we will
not go over that amount."
The city will rely on
public safety impact fees,
which can only be used for
capital projects, such as


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Opinion & Editorial


Where do you

stand on budget

cuts?

Kelly Humphrey
News Bulletin

The results are hardly
scientific, but they're interesting
nonetheless.
According to the recent
poll conducted on the News
Bulletin's Web site (www.
crestviewbulletin.com), you have
strong feelings about where the
city of Crestview should begin
when making budget cuts.
The poll asked, "If the city of
Crestview is forced to cut services
due to a reduction in property
tax revenues, where should they
make the cuts?"
The biggest percentage
of respondents - 43 percent
- pointed toward parks and
recreation as the place to begin
cutting.
Twenty-one percent suggested
that public works should feel the
budget ax, while just 6 percent
voted for cutting police and fire
department funding.
These numbers don't add up
to 100 percent because 30 percent
of the respondents said they'd
rather see no cuts at all than have
any of the three above-mentioned
areas affected.
Does that mean that 30
percent of the respondents don't
want to have their property taxes
lowered? It's hard to say. Again,
this is not a scientific survey, but
the numbers do point out one
pretty obvious trend - very few
folks are willing to go on record
saying they want to cut the police
and fire department budgets.
This is probably good news
to Crestview Police Chief Brian
Mitchell and Fire Chief Joe
Traylor. Both men have been
working hard over the past
few months in an effort to beef
up their departments. Both
are faced with the challenge of
recruiting, hiring and training
personnel, only to see many of
their members leave in a couple
of years to go to work for higher-
paying departments.
So what are Crestview
residents willing to sacrifice to
make the budget ends meet?
Why not take a moment to share
your thoughts about this crucial
topic? You can write a letter for
publication, or just send me or
Editor Robbyn Brooks an e-mail.
The city and Okaloosa County
are going to be facing some tough
budget challenges in the coming
months. You can influence that
decision-making by expressing
your opinion.



Send us your

opinion

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Income is limited to
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or $20,535 for a married
couple living together.
Even if their annual
income is higher, your
loved ones still may be
able to get some help
with monthly premiums,
annual deductibles and
prescription co-payments.
Some examples where
income may be higher
include if they or their
spouse:
-Support other family
members who live with
them;
-Have earnings from
work; or
-Live in Alaska or
Hawaii


Resources are limited to
$11,710 for an individual
or $23,410 for a married
couple living together.
Resources include such
things as bank accounts,
stocks and bonds. We do
not count their house and
car as resources.
Social Security has
an easy-to-use online
application that anyone -
family members, friends
and caregivers - can
complete. You can find it
at www.socialsecurity.gov.
To apply by phone or get
an application, call Social
Security at 1-800-772-1213
(TTY 1-800-325-0778) and
ask for the Application
for Help with Medicare


Prescription Drug Plan
Costs (SSA-1020). Or go to
the nearest Social Security
office for assistance.
To learn more about
the Medicare prescription
drug plans and special
enrollment periods, visit
www.medicare.gov or call
1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-
633-4227; TTY 1-877-486-
2048).
Give someone you care
about something special:
the peace of mind that
comes with knowing
extra help is available with
Medicare prescription
drug costs. Then go one
step further - help them
apply. There is no better
way to show how much


Some thoughts on the July 4th holiday
really cares about them such as duty, honor and us. This is a big country Americar
ut and that politics is all a country. To many in made up of people of years of p
ress game. This cynicism has America these are not just every race, religion and or three g
ress been growing for years words, but a way of life. background. We should grass, an
* and is reflected by the I have learned that no expect honest and deep are up-t
rey fact that the percentage of one man or woman or differences of opinion. don't kno
ay voters in each successive party has all the answers, I personally look whether t
re by presidential election (with but there are answers and forward to an America dream wa
any one exception) creeps they can be found through that will continue to get locusts ow
al lower, honest, open and vigorous better. We don't go up in west, and
our I personally disagree. I debate. Compromise is a straight line and it is us now, ti
*d in believe that the American not giving in, but working not always a smooth ride. awayfror
tat is people can handle the toward a solution to a Many times we bumble, the liberty
ost of hard and sometimes problem. We have to but usually we bumble in isfinishes
under unpleasant choices if learn that we must listen the right direction. we aren't
wn given the facts. I believe to and respect the ideas Some years ago, something
e in that this country reached of others. It is fine to Archibald Macleish in dream or
love greatness because it disagree, but we don't his epic, Land of the different
ny of believed in intangibles, have to be disagreeable. Free, summed up the liberty. O
make words such as freedom, We shouldn't attempt to question we face in this a man can
general opportunity, equality, put a negative label on new century: "We wonder lost. We w
no one justice, and even words those who disagree with whether the dream of know. We


liberty was 200
pine and hardwood
generations of the
i the generations
*he years over, we
w. We wonder
he great American
as the singing of
ut of the grass to the
I the west is behind
he west winds
m us. We wonder if
y is done, the dream
i, we can't say;
sure; or if there's
g different men can
if there's something
men can mean by
)r if there's liberty
n mean that's not
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* The NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION FOR
ACTIVE & RETIRED
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
ASSOCIATION
CHAPTER 1428 gets
together once a month
for 11 a.m. lunch and
a 12 p.m. meeting
at Barnhill's in Fort
Walton Beach. For more
information, call 678-
5678.
* MAIN STREET
CRESTVIEW
ASSOCIATION holds
regular meetings open
to the public. For
information, call 689-
3722.
* The DEMOCRATIC
EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE Voter
registration assistance
is available. For details
please call 682-6909.
* The BAKER FIRE
DISTRICT BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS now
meets the first Thursday
of each month at 7 p.m.
at the Baker Area Public
Safety Building, located
at 1375 19th Street in
Baker. The public is
encouraged to attend. If
you have any questions,
please call 537-2487


* HOLT DISTRICT
BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS holds
their regular scheduled
meetings every third
Thursday of the month at
490 W.U.S. Hwy 90, Holt,
in the community building
at 6:30 p.m. The public is
encouraged to attend.
* HOLT FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular training meeting
the second and fourth
Thursday from 7 p.m.
at the fire station located
at 490 W.U.S. 90 in Holt.
Persons interested in
joining the department
are welcome to attend.
* The DORCAS FIRE
DISTRICT holds monthly
meetings at 4418 Poverty
Creek Rd., Crestview
station #41. The public is
invited to attend.
The next meeting is on
June 29, at 7 p.m.
* The LAUREL HILL
VOLUNTEER FIRE
DEPARTMENT holds its
regular monthly meetings
on the second Friday of
each month at 7 p.m.
in the Fire Department
office located in the
Laurel Hill City Hall.
The public is always


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welcome to attend.
* The NORTH
OKALOOSA FIRE
DISTRICT meets on the
third Thursday of each
month at the fire station
83, located at 5241
Highway 4 in Milligan.
Each meeting begins at
7 p.m.
The regular scheduled
meetings for May and
June have been changed
to 7 p.m. on the third
Monday of the month.
* The OKALOOSA
- WALTON
TRANSPORTATION
PLANNING
ORGANIZATION
normally meets on the
third Thursday of the
month at the Niceville
Community Center,
204 North Partin Drive
at 3 p.m. To confirm
the meeting date and
location, call 1-800-226-
8914 ext. 231.
* The LAUREL HILL
CITY COUNCIL meets
on the second and fourth
Thursday of each month
at City Hall on State
Road 85N in Laurel Hill.
Each session starts at 7
p.m.
* The ALMARANTE


VOLUNTEER FIRE
DISTRICT holds their
monthly business and
commissioners meeting
on the second Thursday
night of each month at
the fire station.
* The NORTH
OKALOOSA
REPUBLICAN CLUB
holds its monthly
meetings on the third
Tuesday of each month
at Hideaway Pizza in
Crestview at 6:30 p.m.
For more information,
contact Barney L. Bailey
Jr. at 689-3773 or 865-
0475.
* The CRESTVIEW
CITY COUNCIL meets
every second and fourth
Monday of each month
at Crestview City Hall
on Wilson Street in
downtown Crestview.
Each session starts at 6
p.m.
* The BLACKMAN
FIRE DISTRICT holds
their monthly board
meeting on the first
Monday night of each
month at the fire station.
The meetings begin at 7
p.m.
* The OKALOOSA
BOARD OF COUNTY


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COMMISSIONERS
meets on the first and
third Tuesday of .each
month. Each meeting
alternates in location
between the county
courthouse in Crestview,
and the water and
sewer building in Fort
Walton Beach. Morning
meetings begin at 8:30
a.m.; nighttime meetings
begin at 6 p.m.
Be sure to go online at
http://www.co.okaloosa.
fl.us and check for the
most recent calendar of
events.
* The FEDERAL
CIVILIAN RETIREE
SERVICE CENTER is
located in Room 165A,
Building 210 on Eglin Air
Force Base. Its hours of
operation are Tuesday,
Wednesday, and
Thursday of each week
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Walk-ins are welcome,
or call 882-2720 for an
appointment or additional
information.
* The DEMOCRATIC
WOMEN'S CLUB meets
monthly. If you would like
more information, please
call Mary Grace Evors at
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Masako Craig
Masako Craig, 79, of Crestview died Monday, June 25,
2007 in a local hospital. She was born in Osaka, Japan and
was a resident of this area since 1972. Mrs. Craig was a
member of the Seniors Circle Chapter in Crestview.
Survivors include her husband, Raymond Craig of
Crestview, several in-laws and many nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be from 1 - 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 28.
The funeral services will follow at 2 p.m. in the Chapel
of Crestview Memorial Funeral Home with Rev. Raymond
Williams officiating.
Burial will be in the Live Oak Memorial Park
Cemetery.

Ruth B. Smalls
Memorial services for Ruth Smalls, beloved mother,
grandmother, and friend, will be held on Saturday, June
30 at 11 a.m. at New Life Missionary Baptist Church in
Crestview. Ms. Smalls was born on Jan. 3, 1946 and grew
up in Rock Hill, Fla. She later moved to Crestview, where
she resided until her death on June 21, 2007.
Ruth was a kind and caring woman who was truly
loved by everyone who knew her. She is survived by two
daughters, Sarah Williams and Taucier Smalls-West; six
grandchildren who were the apples of her eye, Crystal,
C.J., Brittany, Brandon, Diamond and Briana; and a host of
family and friends.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial
donations be made to New Life Missionary Baptist Church
10th Anniversary Fund.

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Operators ham communication. Their
p a ability to transmit under
it up during difficult conditions has
allowed them to provide
exercise a valuable service to
emergency personnel and
Kelly Humphrey other people in need.
Crestview News Bulletin "In many cases, the ham
operators were the only
In the aftermath of a ones who could get the
hurricane or other disaster, message through," said Cal
traditional means of Zethmayr, a member of the
communication such as North Okaloosa Amateur
telephones (both mobile Radio Club.
and landline) are often Zethmayr and his friends
unavailable. Without are part of a network of
electricity, television and the hams throughout the area
Internet are hard to connect who've been bitten by the
with, as well. radio bug.
But over the years, "There are thousands of
one form of emergency hams in Okaloosa County
communication has stood alone," he said.
the test of time: amateur On Saturday and Sunday,
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demonstrate that we can
set up and operate under
difficult conditions,"
Zethmayr explained. "So
we get together for the
weekend, and some of us
camp out. We try to make
as many radio contacts as
we possibly can during
the period. We operate our
transmitter strictly off of
generators, to show that
we can operate without
electricity."
Members of NOARC
gathered at the old fire
station in Dorcas early
Saturday morning, setting
up antennas of different
frequencies thatwould allow
the hams to communicate
with other radio operators
both near and far.
"I plan to be here all
night," Zethmayr said. "We
have one member who
brought an RV to sleep in,
and we'll have a cookout
later tonight."
Elected officials, such


as Crestview City Council
member Bob Allen, stopped
by the fire station to watch
the hams in action.
"We invited several
people to come out,"
Zethmayr said. "We want
them to see what we can
do."
The event proved exciting
for some novice hams,
such as Linda Epperson,
an Okaloosa County
Emergency Management
employee who just recently
earned her amateur radio
license.
"I made my first contact!"
Epperson said on Saturday.
"I've been wanting to do
this for years."
Epperson prepared for
the amateur radio operator
license test by taking a class
offered through NOARC.
For more information
about other classes or ham
radio in general, visit the
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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin




SCU bust


Robbyn Brooks
Crestview News Bulletin

Adrian Warren, 20,
was arrested Friday at his
home at 556 Lee Ave. in
Crestview for possession
of a controlled substance
(cocaine), possession
of drug paraphernalia,
resisting a law enforcement
officer without violence
and manufacturing and
distribution of cocaine.
The Crestview Police
Department's Street Crimes
Unit executed a search
warrant Friday evening at
Warren's residence.
At that time, Warren
and another man were seen
running out of the back
door. An officer announced
his presence and ordered
them to get on the ground.
Both men continued to
run in opposite directions.
After repeatedly being
told to stop, an officer used
a taser to aid in Warren's
arrest.
The search warrant was
then read and the following
items were found: 3.5 grams
of cocaine, about 3 grams of


crack cocaine, a digital scale
with cocaine residue, tin
cups with cocaine residue, a
spoon with cocaine residue
and a metal whisk with
cocaine residue.
The items are used
for the manufacture and
distribution of cocaine.
The total amount of
cocaine found at the scene
was 25.5 grams.
The second man evaded
police; however, charges
are pending against him.
EMS responded and
treated Warren for minor
injuries associated with the
taser probe removal.
Also on Friday, the
Street Crimes Unit arrested
Tywon Tatum, 20, during an
investigation into the illegal
distribution of cocaine.
During the investigation,
an unnamed source called
Tatum and told him she
wanted to buy $150 of crack
cocaine.
After officers heard the
transaction take place,
arrest teams responded and
took Tatum into custody
without incident.


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6/12: David Lee Worley,
20, of 1301 South Pearl Street,
Crestview, was charged with
selling cocaine within 1000
feet of a church and selling
marijuana within 1000 feet of
a church.
6/15: Chas R. Jeffcoat,
70, of 3603 Turner Road,
Andalusia, Alabama, was
charged with solicitation of
prostitution. * Michale K.
Morgan, 57, of 1380 Collins
Road, Baker, was charge with
solicitation of prostitution. *
Dominique Antoine James,
21, of 4719 Haybarn Road,
Holt, was charged with
possession of marijuana
and resisting arrest without
violence.
6/16: Landon L. Blair,
31, of 3635 Grady Johnson
Road, Crestview, was
charged with driving while
his license was suspended.
* Robert J. Hoffman, 39, of
66547 Winding River Road,
Constantine, Michigan,
was charged with a DUI. *
Jennifer M. White, 42, of 7220
Lago Vista Drive, Pensacola,
was charged with DUI and
property damage.
6/17: Brett A. Parrish, 29,
of 503 Landview Drive, Fort
Walton Beach, was charged
with driving while his
license was suspended and
speeding. * Walter Mendez,
25, of 2518 Gadsen Street,
Pensacola, was charged with
operating a vehicle without a
license.
6/18: Christopher M.
Willis, 23, of 106 Sikes Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
a DUI and reckless driving.
6/19: Terry L. Campbell,
43, of 226 Seminole Trail,
Crestview, was charged with
dealing in stolen property
and possession of drug
paraphernalia. * Bobby
Moore Beene, 45, of 494
Brock Avenue, Crestview,
was charged with possession
of marijuana under 20 grams
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
6/20: Gerardo Zepeda,
26, address unknown, was
charged with operating a
vehicle without a license.
6/21: John H. Oldacre, III,
24, of 981 Sevenoaks Road,
Crestview, was charged with
driving while his license was
suspended. * Terry Lewis
Jones, 28, of Crestview,
was charge with domestic
battery, causing bodily harm.
* Barbara Dixon, 58, of 942
Kelvin Court, Crestview,
was charged with possession
of drug paraphernalia. *
Quentrel R. Williams, 18,
of 1001 Dawson Street A,
Wilmington, North Carolina,
was charged with burglary
to an auto, larceny theft and
grand theft auto. * Allen
Eugene Hendricks, 45, of the
Hilton Motel, Crestview, was
charged with possession of
crack cocaine, possession of a
controlled substance without


a prescription and improper
exhibition of a dangerous
weapon. * A 16 year-old
juvenile, of North Carolina,
was charged with grand theft
auto. * Steven A. Ridge, 34,
of the Hilton Motel, was
charged with possession of
crack cocaine, possession
of marijuana under 20
grams and possession of a
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Anita Sue Pinto-Aguilar, W/f 06-
19-1963 43 years old, 5'03" 120
pounds Blonde Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Tampering with Evidence.
May be driving a 2005 silver/
aluminum Toyota pickup truck.


Kenneth Charles McCoy, W/m
11-01-57 47 years old, 6'0" 260
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Lewd & Lascivious
Acts upon a Child. LKA: FWB


Juan Manual Gallardo, H/m 02-
01-1978 29 years old, 5'10" 170
pounds Brown Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: Giving False Name
to Law Enforcement. LKA: FWB


Dylan Cel Yonker, W/m 11-
08-1959 47 years old, 5'08"
155 pounds Brown Hair Blue
Eyes. Fel: Grand Theft Auto


Dorsey Alexander Bridgewater, B/m
08-19-1978 28 years old, 5'11" 155
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Sale of Cocaine. LKA: FWB


Jorge Joaquin Gomez, W/m 06-21-
62 43 years old. 5'06", 250 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Grand Theft & Fraud. LKA: Baker


Barney L. Sandow, W/m 03-11-
1934 73 years old, 5'07" Gray Hair.
Fel: Grand Theft. LKA: Niceville


Allen Junior Coles, B/m 09-04-81
24 years old, 6'02" 211 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
VOP - Poss. of Cont: Substance
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Poss. of Cocaine. LKA: FWB
















Jamil Mahdeen Hampton, B/m
04-17-71 35 years old, 5'10"
200 pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: Distr. Of Cocaine and
Resisting Arrest. Suspect is known
to carry a firearm. LKA: FWB


Richard Majestic McNabb, B/m 10-09-
1978 28 years old, 5'10' 190 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Robbery
& Aggravated Battery. LKA: FWB









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Eric J. Dupont, W/m 07-25-
1953, 53 years old, Brown
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Grand
Theft Auto. LKA: Crestview.


Ricky Joe Hawkins, B/m 10-29-
1974 31 years old, 5'08", Black Hair
Green Eyes. Aggravated Battery
with Great Bodily Harm. LKA: FWB


Peggy Kilcrease Philmon, W/f 08-
11-1970 36 years old, 5'07" 180
pounds Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Several Counts of Uttering a
Forged Instrument. LKA: Crestview














Heather Noel Edmonds, W/f 06-10-
1976 27 30 years old, 5'06" 130
pounds BlondeHairGreen Eyes.Fel:
VOP-Smuggling Contraband into
Detention Facility. LKA: Crestview.


Jason D. Jones, B/M, black hair,
browneyes.27yearsold(06-06-78),6
ft. tall, 175 Ibs.Violation of probation
on original charge of arson.


Fred William Gumaer, W/m 04-
19-1967 40 years old, 6'03" 190
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: Failure to Comply with the
Registration Requirements of
a Sexual Offender. LKA: FWB


Michael Travis Findley, W/m
07-03-75 30 years old, 5'11"
285 pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: VOP- Felony Criminal
Mischief. LKA: Defuniak Springs


Dennis Raymond Lewis, B/m 10-
15-1971 34 years old, 6'01" 217
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Several Counts of Grand Theft.


Donna Mae Beth Linder, W/f
10-14-81 24 years old, 5'08"
tall Brown Hair. Fel: Poss. of
Cocaine with Intent to Distribute.
Possibly in the Mary Esther Area


Matin Duran Macias, H/m 05-
16-1968 39 years old, 5'02" 165
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: FTA-Meth Trafficking, Poss.
of Contr. Substance, & Poss. of
Narcotics Equipment. LKA: FWB


Donald Ray Alford, Wim 03-27-66 39
years old, 5'07" 180 pounds Brown
Hair Green Eyes. Fel: Aggravated
Battery & Resisting Arrest
without Violence. LKA: Crestview


Herbert Eugene Morgan.
W/m 03-11-1945 61 years old,
5'08" Brown Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Grand Theft. LKA: Destin


Tommy Ray Morton,W/m 08-06-1981
25 years old, 5'8" 160 pounds Red
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Trafficking
in Narcotics. LKA: Niceville


Richard Charles Nunn, Jr., W/m 05-
11-76 29 years old. 6'02" 230 pounds
Shaved Head Blue Eyes. Fel: Poss.
of Controlled Substance & Poss. of
Marijuana & PCP with Intent to Sell


Mitchell Boyd Spaid, W/m
05-13-1979 27 years old,
5'11" 160 pounds Black Hair
Hazel Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of
Marijuana, Criminal Mischief &
Attempted Burglary. LKA: FWB


William Andrew Pugliesi, W/m
10-07-1965 age 40, 6'02" 180
pounds Blonde Hair Brown
Eyes. el: Aggravated Battery
& False Imprisonment. May be
using aliases of Andy Rhose
or William Rhose. LKA: FWB


Derrick Bernard Thomas, B/m 09-
14-1966 40 years old, 6'04" 190
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: FTA - Failure to Register as a
Sexual Offender & Resiting Arrest
Without Violence. LKA: Chipley


Daniel Carlos Medina, W/m age
unknown, 5'08" 180 pounds Black
Hair One Brown Eye & One with a
Bluish Tint. Fel: Aggravated Battery
with a Firearm. Considered armed
& dangerous. LKA: Crestview


Salvador Martinez Rodriguez, H/m
12-10-1961 45 years old, 5"9" 180
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: VOP-Poss. of False ID, Battery
on Law Enforcement Officer


Donald Lawrence Scott, W/m
06-09-72, 33 years old, 5'08" 132
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
VOP- Possession of Controlled
Substance. LKA: Crestview


George Gregory Smith, W/m 02-
14-1968 39 years old, 6'3" 190
pounds Brown Hair Green Eyes.
Fel: VOP- Credit Card Fraud &
Grand Theft of Vehicle. LKA:FWB


Stanli Robin Owens, W/m
09-1971 35 years old,
175 pounds Brown Hair
Eyes. Fel: Burglary &


07-
5'11'
Blue
Theft


Charles Lace Surry, W/m 01-
15-63 42 years old, 5'10" 195
pounds Brown Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: VOP-Grand Theft.


Talena Joe Cox, W/f 01-13-72 33
years old. 5'01" 100 pounds Blonde
Hair Green Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss.
of Controlled Substance & Poss.
of Paraphernalia LKA: Laurel Hill


Dominique LawrenceWhite,W/m 02-
27-7332years old,6'01"174 pounds
Black Hair Dark Eyes. Fel: VOP-
False Imprisonment. LKA: Destin


Mohammed Samir Qureshi,
H/m 10-11-1974 31 years old,
6'03" 200 pounds Black Hair
Brown Eyes. Escaped from Eglin
Federal Prison in October 2003.


If you have information about these individuals, please contact Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers at (850) 863-TIPS (863-8477) or toll-free at
1-888-654-TIPS. Callers remain anonymous while still receiving cash rewards up to $1,000 for information that solves crimes, leads to the
apprehension of wanted fugitives, or results in the recovery of stolen property or illegal narcotics. Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization that
relies on citizen donations. No taxpayer dollars are used in the reward fund.
Donations may be mailed to Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers, Inc. at P.O. Box 2335, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549.


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WHAT'S HAPPENING


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2007


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From staff reports for much of the state,
Okaloosa County remains
JUNE exceedingly dry. Okaloosa
DUI ENFORCEMENT: County's Emergency
Getting drunk drivers off Management Department
the road is always a major encourages citizens to
priority for the Okaloosa refrain from lighting any
County Sheriff's Office. In open fires during these
fact, in 2006 alone, deputies drought conditions except
made 509 DUI arrests on forthosethatareauthorized
our roadways. by the Florida Division
On Friday, June 29, of Forestry. The burn ban
the Okaloosa County advisory will remain in
Sheriff's Office Traffic effect in Okaloosa County
Enforcement Unit will take until further notice.
part in a countywide DUI For more information
enforcement campaign, contact Director of Public
putting out added patrols Safety Dino Villani at 651-
to enhance their ongoing 7150.
efforts. STEAK DINNER
DORCAS FIRE FUNDRAISER: The
DISTRICT MEETING: Okaloosa County
The Dorcas Fire District Commissioner James
will hold their regular Campbell, along with
monthly meeting on June county employees will
29 at 7 p.m. Location is be cooking steaks to raise
4418 Poverty Creek Rd. funds for the American
Crestview Station #41. The Heart Association. The
public in invited. fundraiser will be held
RAY LYNN PARK AT at the Northwest Florida
SHOAL RIVER CLOSED: Fairgrounds from 10 a.m.
Ray Lynn Park and Boat until 2 p.m. on Thursday,
Ramp will be closed for June 28. Steak dinners
approximately four weeks are $10 each, and include
(July 20) for installation steak, baked potato, bread
of a new water line in the and a drink.
area. Ray Lynn Park is Tickets are for sale
located at the Shoal River in all Okaloosa County
in Crestview. To learn more Departments, or by calling
about Okaloosa County 850-651-7515. Steak dinners
Parks, beach accesses or can be purchased on the
view photos, visit www. day of the event as well. All
co.okaloosa.fl.us. Once proceeds go to theAmerican
online, simply select Heart Association.
tourism and select parks, BLOOD DRIVES: A
or call 850-689-5772 for Northwest Florida Blood
more information. Center drive will be held
BURN BAN Thursday, June 28, at
ADVISORY STILL North Okaloosa Medical
IN EFFECT: Although Center from 10 a.m. to 5
Florida's Commissioner p.m. A promo will be held
of Agriculture, Charles Friday, June 29, at the NWF
Bronson, has rescinded Racetrack Road Center
the burn ban advisory from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Every


WE SALUTE OUR GREAT
COUNTRY AND ALL
THAT IT SYMBOLIZES.

This Fourth of luly
celebrate and remember
the brave men and f Orgte
women who have given
so much in the way of
Our country's freedom.

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JONES FAMILY
REUNION:The21stAnnual
Jones Family Reunion will
be held Saturday, June 30 at
the Cluster Springs Baptist
Church in Liberty, Fla. All
relatives and friends are
invited to attend the 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. event. Everyone
is asked to bring a dish to
share at a noon potluck.
Drinks and plates will be
provided.
The reunion is hosted
by the descendants of
Horace and Emily Jones,
who raised a large family
in the Liberty community.
Everyone is encouraged to
bring pictures, mementos
and family recipes to share.
For details, contact Elmer
Jones of DeFuniak Springs
at (850) 892-9561 or Marsha
Jones Cox of Niceville at
(850) 897-4801.
CHS CLASS OF 1977
REUNION: The 30-year
reunion of the Crestview
High School Class of 1977
will take place Friday, June
29 at 6:30 p.m. at the new
Coach 'N' Four Restaurant
on John King Road. E-mail
Georgie Kelley at gkc21@
aol.com for details.
BLACKMAN WATER
SYSTEM MEETING: A
Thursday, June 28, meeting
is planned at 7 p.m. for
the Blackman Community
Water System. You are
welcome to attend and be
a part of your community
water system.
BAKER REUNION:
The 1977 Baker School
Class Reunion is to be held
Saturday, June 30, at 7 p.m.


at the Azteca Restaurant in
Crestview. The buffet is $10
per person. Please contact
Cindy Steele Brunson at
537-7600 or Brenda Jordan
Ball at 682-7070 to RSVP.
NOAH TO HOST PUP-
A-PALOOZA/REUNION:
Pet lovers should reserve
June 30, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., to
attend NOAH's first annual
PUP-APALOOZA. This
day of all-things doggy will
be fun for the whole family.
There will be contests, paw
painting, a microchip clinic,
and agility and obedience
demonstrations for four
legged attendees. An artist
will be on hand to do one-
of-a-kind caricatures of
pets.
A spacewalk, face
painting, door prizes and
free hot dogs and drinks
will keep kids of all ages
happy.
A special invitation
is extended to families
who have adopted their
dogs from NOAH. Special
reunion contests will
be held just for them.
As always, there will be
cats and dogs available
for adoption. For more
information, call 683-0023 or
e-mail info@northokaloosa
humanesociety.org.
SUPPORT OUR
TROOPS LICENSE
PLATES: On June 13,
Florida Governor Charlie
Crist signed the bill
approving the sale of
Support Our Troops license
plates in the state. Florida
DMV Director Carl Ford
promised to have the new
plate manufactured and
ready for sale by October 1
of this year.
Each plate will generate
$25 to Support Our Troops,
a Florida-based nationwide
501(c)(3) nonprofit
committed to financially
bolstering the families of
active duty U.S. troops.
Florida residents can
register for Support Our
Troops! news updates
and information on how
they can buy the plates at
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UWF NAUTILUS
DANCE INSTITUTE
WORKSHOP: The Institute
will hold its first annual
dance workshop June 29 -
30. The event is designed to
promote dance education,
fitness and fun and will
be hosted by the UWF
Department of Health,
Leisure and Exercise
Science. The event is open
to the public and prices
vary depending on age
group and participation.
The workshop will
include the following
dance styles: ballet,
ballroom, breaking , jazz,
funky jazz, hip-hop, lyrical,
modern, musical theatre,
Pilates, reggaeton and
tap. "Yoga for Dancers,"
"Dance Team Work" and
"Mock Auditions" will
also be offered during the
workshop.
Participants will be
divided into groups as
follows: juniors (ages 7 to
13), seniors (ages 14 and
up), assistant teachers,
teachers, studio owners
and observers. Enroll in
the full two-day workshop,
one-day workshop or pick
and choose specific classes
to take (this option allows
attendees to pick two, four
or six classes to take).
To register for the
workshop or for more
information, visit the
Nautilus Dance Institute
Web site at uwf.edu/ndi.

JULY

MAIN STREET
INTERSECTIONS TO
CLOSE: Beginning July 1,
motorists can expect closed
intersections on Main
Street in the downtown
area of Crestview. These
closings are due to the
placement of brick pavers
in the intersections.
The city of Crestview
apologizes for any
inconvenience this may
cause. However, it is
necessary to replace the
damaged areas of stenciled
asphalt.
For more information
call Wayne Steele at the
Department of Public
Services at 682-6132.
FARLEY AT FRIENDS
OF LIBRARY MEETING:
Clara Moonean Farley
of Farley's Old and Rare
Books in Pensacola will
be the guest speaker for
the July 19th Friends of
the Crestview Library
meeting.
Farley will present
a general lecture on
collecting old and rare
books, identifying first
editions, and evaluating
and researching your
collection. The presentation
will conclude with a
question and answer
session on book repair and
restoration.
The meeting begins at
10:30 a.m. with coffee and
cookies served at 10 a.m.
Everyone is welcome to the
Friends of the Crestvieiv
Library bi-monthly third
Thursday meetings. The
library is located at 1445
Commerce Drive (behind

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is an enlightening,
informative and
educational look at the life
of the 16th President of the.
United States, as it might
have been told by Lincoln
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of Abraham Lincoln's
life into a program that
has something to offer
audiences of all ages.
"Meet Mr. Lincoln" will
be at the Niceville Public
Library at 1:00 p.m. on
Wednesday, July 18th and


at the Crestview Robert
L. F. Sikes Public Library
at 10 a.m. on Friday, July
20. For more information
call the Niceville library at
729-4070 or the Crestview
library at 682-4432.
ADULT TUTORS
NEEDED: The AmeriCorps
program at Okaloosa-
Walton College is seeking
committed adults to tutor
youth who have limited


English language skills.
Fluency in Spanish or
another foreign language is
not required. AmeriCorps
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and Walton County
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high schools beginning
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AIO I Crestview News Bulletin LOCAL


CHEC

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Jean Lewis
Library Director

This summer we are
offering a teen book club one
day a week for one hour; you
must be a teen to participate.
Register at the front desk in
the library.
There is no better place to
meet for a book discussion
group than our library. Are
you interested in joining
an adult book discussion
group? Come into the
library and sign up.
We invite groups to have
their meetings here in the
library. We can recruit
members or post meeting
dates for you. The reading
group should have a leader
in place or if it is a new group
a leader ready to start.
Reading groups or book
discussion groups consist
of a group of readers who
participate in regular
meetings to discuss specific
books. They enjoy spirited
discussions in a social
environments. Since most
book discussion groups are
somewhat small in size,
members will vote on a list
of suggested titles that have
been submitted or take turns
selecting.
For example, each
member might submit an
idea for a book and then the
group would discuss the
selections and vote. Most
titles we can get for you
here at the library using our
reserve a book system or by
interlibrary loan.
Sometimes a regular


meeting time and place
may be difficult to establish,
whichis why I would suggest
using our library facilities.
Posting fliers in the library
is an excellent way to obtain
diversity in your members
and meet new people.
A successful book
discussion group can be
determined by the choice
of .books. Remember, it is
important that the majority
agree upon a title.
With the right selection of
books, your reading group
will continually provide
interesting discussions. The
library is the best place to
find your books. If you use
our ILL (Inter Library Loan)
or internal request process
you can usually get several
copies of a title.
Come in and talk with
us about starting a book
discussion group or find out
about groups that may be
interested in meeting at the
library.

PROGRAMS
Our First Tuesday
Lecture for July will be
"Europe Bound: Tips for
the Independent Traveler."
Travel along with Brian
Hughes, Crestview News
Bulletin travel columnist,
and pick up some useful
travel tips.
The program will begin
at 10:30 a.m. on July 3. Join
us in our meeting room for
good information, cookies
and coffee.
Registration for our
summer reading program


has begun. The theme this
summer is "Extra! Extra!
Read All About It." If you
have a child 6 years old or
older, sign them up for a
fun-filled summer reading
program. They will be able
to earn up to $63 in funny
money just by reading and
keeping a reading log during
the summer. At the end of
the summer program they
can purchase items from our
funny money store. Sign
up in the library. Don't miss
out on this fun summer
program.

STAFF PICKS
"What you Owe Me,"
Bebe Moore Campbell. Fic
Cam.
A story of friendship
that turns into betrayal.
Hosanna Clark and Gilda
Rosenstein become friends
and create a cosmetic for
African-American women.
However, just as they are
getting into the business,
Gilda disappears with all the
assets and formula.
Hosanna is left with
nothing and is financially
ruined. Gilda builds a large
cosmetic company and
produces the cosmetics that
she and Hosanna created.
Years later after Hosanna
dies, her daughter Matriece
is hired by Hosanna's
company and takes this
opportunity to collect on
her mother's debt. A great
summer read.
"The Last Defense,"
Christopher Darden & Dick
Lochte. Fic Dar. Another
courtroom drama for those of
you who enjoy legal thrillers.
This book will definitely
keep your heart racing as the
details of a who, why and
when the son of a prominent
preacher winds up dead.


All evidence points to a very
guilty-looking cop, who is
blackmailing the litigator
Mercer Early to defend
him. A very interesting
read that will challenge your
emotions.

ON THIS DAY IN
AMERICA
On June 23, 1845, a
special session of the
legislature of Texas voted in
favor of annexation by the
United States. For almost
10 years, Texas had been an
independent republic.
The leaders of the
republic first voted .for
Texas.. to be annexed in
1836, soon after it gained
independence from Mexico,
but the U.S. Congress was
unwilling to admit another
state that permitted slavery.
Sam Houston, military
commander during the
Texas War for Independence
from Mexico and the first
President of the Republic
of Texas, had been a strong
advocate of annexation.
In 1845, the political
climate proved more
favorable to the request
for statehood, and, in 1846,
the Lone Star flag of the
Republic of Texas became
the flag of the twenty-eighth
state in the Union. A unique
provision in its agreement
with the United States
permitted Texas to retain
title to its public lands.

WEEKLY TRIVIA
What does "Remember
the Alamo" refer to?

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask
any staff member, Jean,
Sandra, Heather, Anna,
Sharon, Marie, Sengdara,
Lise, Tara or Tracey.


BACKYARD

CONSERVATION


Darryl Willams
USDA NARCS

Sometimes it's the little
things you do in life that
count. That can be the case
with good fish and wildlife
habitat.
Everything you do, or
don't do, on your land has
an effect on the wildlife you
share it with and the fish in
the streams and rivers.
Just letting plants grow
taller, rather than clipping
close to the ground, gives
more cover for wildlife. Or
letting a few weedy plants
grow results in more insects
for young birds.
If you think about leaving
food or cover for wildlife
and fish as you manage
your land, you're on your
way to doing the little things
that can add up to having a
major impact. Here are some
suggestions along the way:
Grass and hay fields.
Leave streamsides,
ditchbanks, roadsides,
grassed waterways,
and other odd areas
undisturbed or wait until
after the nesting season
to mow. Add flushbars to
mowing equipment. Mow
hayfields from the center to
the outside, giving wildlife
a chance to escape to field
edges.
Crop fields.
Useno-tillorconservation
tillage to provide cover
and food for wildlife in
winter. Flood rice crop
residue during the winter
for waterfowl habitat and
shorebirds while allowing
stubble breakdown. Leave


a few rows of standing crop
along field edges to provide
wildlife food. Maximize the
likely survival of pheasants,
quail and other birds by
leaving these rows next to
large tracts of grasses, trees
or other habitat.
Smart pest control.
Use integrated pest
management practices to
minimize fish and wildlife
exposure to .pesticides and
encourage beneficial insects,
bats, raptors and other
species to help in reducing
crop pests.
Maximize odd areas.
Make full use of non-
farmed areas byestablishing
habitat used by the wildlife
you want to see on your
farm. Use native grasses as
well as forbs and legumes.
Lightly disc aportionofyour
grasses early in the year-
new growth of annual forbs
will encourage insects and
produce seeds for pheasants,
quail and other wildlife.
Plant native trees and shrubs
to produce fruits and nuts.
Leave dead trees standing
in woodlots to provide
nesting and foraging sites
for woodpeckers and other
cavity nesting wildlife. Put
up bird houses, bat boxes,
and other artificial nesting
structures.
Get more info. For
more information, stop at
our office at 938 N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview, or visit
the NRCS Wildlife Habitat
Management Institute's
Web site at www.whmi.
nrcs.usda.gov or the NRCS
home web site at www.nrcs.
usda.gov.


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Crescent Park Village has a unique design that will foster
companionship as well as provide the need for private, person-
al space. Our caring, compassionate staff can meet the needs of
people who are looking for a secure, comfortable, and well
supported environment. The overall casual atmosphere provides
a convenient, and nurturing place to call home.
850-683-3997 Fax 850-683-3098
551 Redstone Ave., Crestview, FL


Lunch Deals
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
(Monday - Friday only)


10 Chicken Wings
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Grilled Chicken
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BBQ Pork
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BusINESS


REAL ESTATE


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Back left to right: Contours Express Crestview Staff, Molly Helms, Naomi Akers
(Manager) and Tabitha Benoit; Front left to right Matthew and Debra Evans, 2007
Contours Express Top MOM.

Contours Express selects


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accepted nor
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reports Evans from Crestview.
Debra is a mother of
month of two sons, Andrew and
rs Express Matthew. She is the patient
ninees for coordinator at Crestview
1 Top MOM Open MRI.
award was All the essays for Debra
family and ,. -er-, touching but her
recognize son Andrev. said it best,
love, care, "My Mom is an amazing
set positive person. She has been with
'day. me everyday and cared for
say for each me ... she has always been
s received by my side in the end. She
and caring advocates my goals and
essays were dreams. She talks to me
effort " said and treats me like an equal
i, owner of person, and I respect that
express gyms more than anything."
:restview. "I The other two finalists
ver and over were Terri Johns from
Destin and Carolyn Stuckey
nominees from Crestview. Both will
d to three receive the recently released
nalists, one book, "Chicken Soup for
at random the Soul� Supplements
prize of a & Exercise Guide for the
ibership at Contours Express Member
ess in Destin ... a Journey to Weight
LOSS & Emotional GAIN."
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PM

supported express workout
integrated with several
nutritional eating plan
options to maximize weight
loss and wellness. The
country's #2 all-women
circuit training gym,
Contours Express provides,
its members with a strength
training program with
weight-bearing equipment
that builds bone density
and helps to combat
osteoporosis.
SContours Express,
based in Nichola.\ille,
Ky., has. more than 350
fitness centers operating
nationwide and additional
locations in Canada,
Mexico, Puerto Rico, Brazil,
Europe, Asia, the United
Kingdom, Ireland, Guam,
and Australia. By 2009,
company executives project
at least 1,000 Contours
Express clubs will be
operating around the world.
For more information, visit
www.ContoursExpress.
com or call Mitch Newton
at (850) 803-3301.


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A ll brick with stucco custom home on two acres. Custom paint throughout.
Formal dining room has treyed ceiling and crown mold. Kitchen has
granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Large master bedroom
Sad bath with cultured marble double vanity, separate shower, whirlpool,
double walk in closets. Large Florida room that overlooks the deck. With so much to
offer, you must see this home! Nothing was spared or left out of this home. Home
backs up to small creek so you will never have neighbors behind you.


MLS#: 467229
Address: 90 Navajo Trace
Crestview


To view this or other
quality homes contact
Wanda Davis or Richard
Baylis to assist you in all of
your real estate needs.


List Price: $393,900
3,028 SF
5 Bed/2 Bath


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build up, the lighting rods can either dissipate the ground charge or provide a path of low resistance
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Sn P Subterranean termites: Two types, Eastern and Formosan,
..wat Te a sCres both are equally destructive, tearing down your investment,
SWat leam ratrOS Ls restview your property, your home from the inside.
Living in the ground around your home, the subterranean
Thirty years ago Bryan Pest Control opened its doors to variety works from floor to ceiling. Our specially trained
protect the area from pesky pests and has continued to provide inspectors look for damaged wood with the characteristic
Crestview with quality services. Bryan Grimes based his "mud tubes" present.
company on Godly principles and has continued to provide We provide a cost-effective barrier completely around your
quality pest management services. Bryan Pest Control's home to prevent termites from gaining access to your most
mission is to provide the best possible pest management important investment. Prevention is the intelligent alternative
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environment responsibly while providing quality, 100 percent The hidden enemy: Swarming termites are often confused
customer satisfaction along the way. 'We provide three istinct with flying ants. Not knowing the difference can cause
services to help make your life less stressful. thousands of dollars in unnecessary repairs to your home.
We offer professional termite inspections at no charge.
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Bryan Pest Control offers our Pest Control services for Program is designed to fit the needs of each individual
the interior and exterior of your home or business. Our "_nidscape. Through our continuously trained technicians we
professional service technicians can set up a convenient inspect and treat to maintain a healthy insect, disease, and
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SRoaches , nutrients f fi u the proper maintenance, i.e.
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850-682-2196
Open Monday - Saturday * 8:00 until 6pm


With over 40 years combined experience cutting hair, the
barbers at Gentleman's Choice Barber Shop have decided R L
to open their doors in Crestview. Norm Kile and Mike Da
Babah, both formerly of Eglin AFB Barber Shop, draw . N
from their years of experience to provide a great haircut
at a reasonable rate. They jokingly say that it is the only
place in town to get a twenty dollar haircut for less than
ten bucks. But don't let their sharp wit and keen sense of"
humor fool you- these guys are true professionals. They can
provide virtually any type of haircut you desire be it adult
or child, military or civilian. They specialize in flat tops,
high and tights, and fades. And as the sign in their front
window says, they repair homemade haircuts. So, if you
are in need of a great haircut at a fair price and maybe just
a little humor, stop by and see Mike and Norm. They will be
there with clippers in hand and a smile on their face. SR



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804 N. Lloyd Street
Crestview, FL 32536
Phone: 850.398.5129
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Katherine's Studio One
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Ft. Walton Studio - June 12 - 26, July 17 -.31
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SECTION


LOCAL


Self-defense class
offered
Instructor Master Joe Cayer
is teaching a self-defense class
for anyone who is interested. The
class is free and does not require
any type of pre-registration. The
course recommended ages are 12
and up. The course will be held
on Saturday, July 7 at 10 a.m. at
the Cinco Bayou Town Hall.
For more information please
contact, Kathleen Larney at
(850) 609-2005, e-mail at
klarney@ sheriff-okaloosa.org
or check the Web site at www.
sheriff-okaloosa.org.

Lions Club charity
golf tournament

The Crestview Lions Club is
putting on a charity golf tourney
at Foxwood Country Club on
July 28. All proceeds will
benefit local area residents
achieve better vision through
eye examinations, glasses, or
other means as required. An eye
examination and glasses for one
person cost the Lions $80. Come
out and sponsor this service for a
member of your community.
Lunch provided by Sonny's
Bar-B-Q. There will be an 8 a.m.
late registration and an 8:30 a.m.
shotgun start.
For more information .:.n
the event please contact B.J.
Thomhave at (850) 682-2012.

Triple threat cheer
and dance golf
tourney
The Foxwood Country Club
is hosting a four-man scramble
on June 30. Tourney time is at
8 a.m. and check-in is no later than
7:30 a.m. $40 per member and
$50 for non-members. Lunch
is provided. Entry deadline is
today. For more information
please contact (850) 683-9995 or
(850) 682-4842. -
You can also find out n,.re
by e-mailing doc0130@cox.rier


MGA tournament
. Fbxwooc CI''ur'If. CIluh .. ill
be-hosting a golf tourney on J.,
14 with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
Sign up deadline is by 4 p.m. on
SJuly 13.
Entry fee is $10 riJd i'2 r-i
games. For more irif-.rriiion
please contact the count ri r. luI t. :i
(850) 682-2012.

YMCA
bodybuilding
championship
contest

The YMCA is hosting a
bodybuilding contest this
coming September at the Fort
Walton Beach gymnasium. Sign
ups have begun at the North
Okaloosa YMCA.
The goal is to recruit 20 men
and women from each YMCA
branch across the Panhandle.
Entrants must be a YMCA
member for at least three
months.
Participants must be first time
competitors. Individuals are not
allowed into the contest if they
have had any past professional
experience. Before the event,
seminars will be presented on
how to prepare and train for the
contest.
Age groups are for teens,
ages 13-19; adults, ages 20-
39; masters, ages 40-55; and
seniors, ages 55-100. Height
class will be broken down irr,:.
light, middle and heavy.
There will be first, second
and third place awards for
the winners. All participants
. will also receive a first time
S bodybuilder trophy.
For more information on
the contest and any upcoming
seminars, please contact
Glen Scott at (850) 689-2999.


SPORTS


TROTTING TO THE FINISH


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview really tookhome
some awards in Saturday's
15th annual Alligator Trot.
The 5-mile run and walk
event was held in Florala,
Ala, with more than 15
age group brackets in both
running and walking.
Male and female awards
were given out for overall
race and walk times.
Ages 40+ (Masters) were
given awards, as well as
(Grandmasters and Senior
Grandmasters) 50+ and 60+-
age brackets.
More than 190 entries
signed up for the race that
morning. Everything kicked
off at 8 a.m. with a bang as
runners and walkers emerged
from the starting line with
sights on the finish.
Numerous clubs helped
sponsor the event such as
the Northwest Florida Track
Club, The Dothan Runners,
Pensacola Runners and
Montgomery Runners.
Organized by Karen
Johnson the race was a big
success.
Among the winners were
Crestview's Kimberly Webb
who took home the overall
female award for walking
with a time of 33:34.
Amy Linares received first
place in the 35-39 bracket
with a time of 25:43.
Ed Kitchen received first
place in the 60-69 walking
bracket with.a time of 46:22.
Randy Joyner won first
place in the male 70+ bracket
for walking with a time of
44:42.
Ann Joyner took First
place also for the 70+ female
bracket in walking with a
time of 46:-32.


James Parker took
second place in the 50-
54 age group for running
with a time of 21:41.
"I'm looking forward
to next year's trot. I really
think we'll have a bigger
turnout then this year,
and the years to come,"
said Johnson.
For more information
on the race you can go
to www.geocities.com/
alligatortrot / home.
You can also contact
Karen Johnson for any
detailed information at
(850) 834-2032.


Want to see more pictures ot
our Crestview; runners and
walkers?
Visit our Web site at
f ml'l. crestt'het'bulletin.com
for a slideshow.


Gary Jones I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
Top: Ann Joyner waks past the finish line as she takes
First place for the 70+ division for walkers.
Bottom: James Parker ends his race in Second place
for the 50-54 age division for runners.


Whatise ot here in the ocean?


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Press

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by Robert Young

Did anyone get to read
about team Dreamin' and
the 627.7 pound marlin they
pulled in this past weekend
at the Blue Marlin Classic?
They definitely set
the standard as the first
weigh-in that day, with no
participants really coming
close to the poundage.
Here's a question for
you.
If you just caught
something that big out of
the water; doesn't it make
you think of the things
bigger than that waiting for
you to jump right in?
A total of 84 boats
circled the waters in hopes
of grabbing the biggest
marlin. Everyone wanted
to go home hundreds of
thousands of dollars richer.
The initial prize money
was more than $1.3 million,
but then it was broken into
brackets for each category.
There was the top release,
top crew, top blue marlin,
top dolphin (not Flipper),
top tuna, top wahoo and


some individual awards.
Pretty much everyone
who placed went home
with more than a couple
thousand dollars; with the
majority going home with
more than $10,000.
Let me tell you
something, if that type of
money is on the table to reel
in fish, where's my rod and
lure? I'm ready to go.
Team Dreamin's Steve
Keinath said he's been
doing tourneys like this for
the last 15 years of his life.
It took him around 40
minutes to finally pull his
winning marlin in.
Now, if you have 15 years
of experience, fishing large
game fish and it takes you
40 minutes, does that mean
it'll take me around three
days?
Being that I have no
real fishing tournament
experience I would figure
the fish would catch on and
just pull my little dingy into
international waters.
But, I'm proud to be in an
area that knows everything
there is about fishing.'
Let's face it.
Fishing is the emerald
coast.
It's what a lot of people
look forward to every
weekend or maybe even
every day.
Avid fisherman fish sub
consciously. It's like sleep
walking but with a $400


rod.
If you have a chance
look at the photo galleries
on www.fishecbc.com. Are
these people having fun or
what?
With / the weigh-ins,
dock in and boat parade,
the community and the
participants are really
celebrating the Blue
Marlin.
Want to know what you
would do if you wanted to
get into the tournament?
Well, first off you need to
decide what level you want
to enter. The Classic pretty
much sectioned the tourney
into level 1 and level 2 with
additional sub-brackets
available.
The real difference
between both levels is that
level 1 includes cash Blue
Marlin and cash game fish
divisions, as opposed to
level 2 having the cash
release division.
Fees were $5,000 for
level 1 and $2,500 for level
2 ($2,000 if you also signed
up for level 1).
Along with state sales tax
and a fishing license you're
ready to fish.
I really think these
tournaments are interesting
and very exciting. I can't
wait till our next local
tourney to pop up so I can
write about it. Who knows
what size or type of fish
someone will pull in to


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2007


Hammonds

Update


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Tom Hammonds was
two spots shy of qualifying
for the ProCare Rx NHRA
Super Nationals in
Englishtown, N.J. this past
weekend. Out of the 16
drivers chosen for the race,
Hammonds placed as the
1S'" driver running a time of
b.051 seconds (207.TSmphi.
Look tor Hammonds
in the uipcomrng Summit
Racing Equipment NHRA
Nationals in Norw alk. Ohio
starting tomorrow through
Thursday.
For more information
on Tom Hammonds and
the NHRA v i-it wvww.nhra.
com.

Super Stunt

Spectacular

Staff Reports
Crestvievw News Bulletin

Donnie Huniac didn't
ha. e a gXod x Super St.xk car in
practice Fnda\. leading up to
the C-.A Finance Super Stock
Spectacular feature at Five
RagsSpeeds wa.
'Wethitiust aboutevery \-all
in practice.' aid the Senimme-.
Ala dnive. "\le almost loaded
up and \ ent home.'
But Hanmrac s;iw chdianged
ever, springg and ever shock
and it . worked He- took the lead
on Lip 2 and crused to an easy
.actor, in the ._pefal 3':-lap
race.
Hamrac eastl\ non over
ChLrsCotto, \ while p)hies leader
Thomrna Pra\:tor %\ as thtrd.
At the *tat. Hani'rac i.s
tittd. but he quickly took the
lead trom Earl' Polk after a
caution following the first
lap B\ lap 5, it w.as Hamrac,
Shaliinon lackoin and Cotto
running 1-2-3. thie on three
dn-.er_ to ,'.n a Super Stock,
feature this eaon.
Cotto w ho had 1 on tour
feat.usl- uIduding theprenvous.
t,.o slipped past ladcLin on
Lap li Twixo llapsl after. Iackson
spun L, himself in Turn 2 and
later dropped out
The race went green the
re-t ot the \ a\ and Cotto could
ne,. r dichllenge Hamirac.
I couldn't get to him."
Cotton -aid " WNtere v a\ offtn
qulir-uig. It % a-j lust Do-nnie s
night.
In the 4-lap Pro Late N Iodel
tearmie, Steven Davis i\as in an
unfanuhlar car but tinLihed In a
familiar spot
The N lobile dn. er led e eri,
lap to txn the race It wias his
first IPr Late flcdel iace at the
track tluis season after os-ning
the p)mint bile last ',ear while
driving the black No. 96. On
Friday, right. he n as driving a
blue No. lo for a Te\ascoiwner.
Joih HaincTr finished
second He was the fastest
qualifier, but had to -tart 12th by
virtue of winning the previous
feature. Polesitter Keith Thorpe
was third, followed by points
leader Sammy McMullen and
Brandon Carlson.
Davis -tarted on the outside
pc'ie and lumped out in tront at
ihiurpe on the start.
Johanna Long brought out
the first caution on Lap 10,
spinning on the frontstretch
and hitting the inside wall.
Hamner moved up to fifth
on Lap 13.


See STUNT, C4


throw on the scales.
The ocean is a big place.
It houses more than
20,000 species of fish with
maybe more than 20,000 left
to be discovered.
On top of -that we're
just now finding and
researching those mythical
sea creatures that once used
to lace the pages of every
fictional, undersea book.
Mythical sea creatures?
Yes, I'm talking about
giant squid and better yet,
colossal squid.
Off the coast of New
Zealand this past February
researchers and scientists
had caught a fully intact
specimen of a colossal
squid.
This catch, which easily
eclipsed the very first
colossal catch by more than
430 pounds, was measured
to be more than 33 feet
long.
Scientists admit though
that this catch is still smaller
than they are predicting
they'll encounter in the
future.
That's a little scary.
You think Jaws is
frightening?
I think Jaws would
cower at the size and
aggressiveness of this
sea beast. Next week I'm
going to talk about some
large animals caught
by Crestview's fishing
community.


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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2007


ON ThE


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June 30
NASCAR Live! - SPEED @ 8:30 a.m.
Busch Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 9 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
NASCAR Busch Series Countdown - ABC @ 1:30 p.m.
Camping World 200 - ABC @ 2 p.m.
Truck Series Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 5 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Setup - SPEED @ 7:30 p.m.
Truck Series O'Reilly 200 - SPEED @ 8 p.m.
July 1
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 11 a.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live! - TNT @ noon
TNT Countdown to Green - TNT @ 1 p.m.
Lenox Tools 300 - TNT @ 1:30 p.m.
July 5
NEXTEL Cup Practice - SPEED @ 3:30 p.m.
Busch Series Final Practice - ESPN2 @ 4:30 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - SPEED @ 5:30 p.m.
July 6
Busch Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ noon
NASCAR Live! - SPEED @ 3 p.m.
NASCAR Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 3:30 p.m.
Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 6:30 p.m.
Daytona 300 - ESPN2 @ 7 p.m.
July 7
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live! - TNT @ 5:30 p.m.
TNT Countdown to Green - TNT @ 6:30 p.m.
NEXTEL Pepsi 400 - TNT @ 7 p.m.



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Hendrick fine
Sonoma modifications lead to hit


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.com
Hendrick Motorsports
could not avoid NASCAR's
wrath.
NEXTEL Cup points
leader Jeff Gordon and defend-
ing NEXTEL Cup Champion
Jimmie Johnson were docked
100 championship points after
both of their Chevy Impala
SS's failed technical inspec-
tion on Friday at Infineon
Raceway in Sonoma, Calif.
The snag during technical
inspection was body modifica-
tion that fell outside the sanc-
tioning body's tolerances.
Neither driver was
allowed to practice or qualify
on Friday, but did practice on
Saturday and race Sunday after
their cars were repaired and
submitted for a second techni-
cal inspection.
Gordon finished Sunday's
race in seventh place after
starting 41st, while Johnson,
who started 42nd, rallied to
finish 17th.
NASCAR has also penal-
ized car owners Rick Hendrick
and Jeff Gordon 100 owner
points, while crew chiefs Steve


RidiNq TIhE

Bubble
Driver Johnny Sauter
Owner Joe Custer
Points: 1156
Points out of 34th: 74
Points ahead of 36th: 83
Place Owner
33 Robert Yates
34 Joe Custer
35 Joe Custer
36 James Rocco
37 Bill Davis
38 Glen Wood


Letarte and Chad Knaus have
been fined $100,000 and sus-
pended for the next six NEX-
TEL Cup events through Aug.
15. Both crew chiefs are also
on probation until the end of
the year.
This is in line with the fine
and penalty Dale Earnhardt Jr.
and crew chief Tony Eury Jr.
faced after improper rear wing
mounting brackets were found
during the Car of Tomorrow
race at Darlington Raceway in
May.
Pending appeal, a fine
might not seem such a big
issue at Hendrick Motorsports,
but the points issue could be
huge if upheld as Gordon loses
100 points of his lead over
Denny Hamlin, the 2006
Rookie of the Year, to 171
points, while Johnson would
fall from third to fifth in the
points standings and be a mere
14 points ahead of Tony
Stewart in sixth place.
Ironically Johnson won
the NEXTEL Cup
Championship after his crew
chief was suspended for the
first four races in 2006 after an
infraction at Daytona.


Johnny hauter


Driver
David Gilliland
David Green
Johnny Sauter
Scott Riggs
Dave Blaney
Bill Elliott


Points
1323
1300
1226
1143
1078
1067


Sonoma is Juan-derful


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Juan Pablo Montoya left
wine country in a wonderful
mood with his first win in stock
car racing's top division.
The former Indy 500 and
Formula-1 winner piloted his
Havoline-Texaco Dodge while
conserving fuel to claim his sec-
ond stock car race of the year,
both coming on road courses.
"I was running third with 20
to go and I knew I had to pick up
the pace a little to get by Kevin
and challenge Jamie, but at the
same time conserve fuel," said
Montoya, who has competed in
only his 17th career stock car
event. "I starting rolling the car
into turn one and that helped me
save a lot of fuel along with a
couple of other places.
"To get our first win in our
first year is huge. We know we're
a little behind at some of the
ovals, and we still need to work
hard, but I think this is a big boost
for everyone working in the
shop.
Montoya's win makes him
only the second non-American
Driver to win a NASCAR race
and the first since Canadian Earl
Ross took the checkered flag in
the 1974 Old Dominion 500 at
Martinsville.
Now the Columbian driver,
who started Sunday's race fol-
lowing a 32nd place qualifying
effort, is looking at helping the
sport and improving on ovals.
"I think it is going to be in a
way really good forNASCAR as
a .whole," said Montoya, who
joins Mario Andretti and Dan
Gurney as the onl\ dri\ ers to post
wins in Fl, IndyCars, and
NASCAR Nextel Cup.
"NASCAR has been looking at
diversity and I think tuis uill
bring a lot of attention to the
series the next couple of races.
"This win is good for
myself, the team, and good for
the sport as a whole. It is a great
sport and I am happy to be a-
part of it and help it an\ v1.\ I%
can."
NMonio)a won the Busch
Series road race in Mexico City
back in March and compared
the two events after his stop in
victory lane in Sonoma, Calif.
"I was very surprised by the


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Driver
Jeff Gordon
Denny Hamlin
Jimmie Johnson
Matt Kenseth
Jeff Burton
Tony Stewart
Carl Edwards
Kevin Harvick
Clint Bowyer
Kyle Busch


Behind
Leader
-271
-366
-433
-454
-480
-519
-574
-604
-633


MjLan Pablo Mntoya celdxs after wming his first camer MUSCAR NML, Qip Series rce at


level of driving here on a road
course," said Montoya. "The top
five or six cars were really strong
in Mexico, but here, the top 20
%%11 like - %he ' - I definitely
worked for the mone.
"We worked hard for it and
the teain deer\ es it." I
So uhich is bigger to the 31-
, ear-old driVe.r lured a%%a) from
Fonnula 1 bN Chip Ganassi, %ho
he drove for in CART as a rook-
ie in f999.
"It is hard to say that this is
bigger," said Montoya, who has
seven Formula 1 career wins. "I
would say right now this is the


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biggest thing I've done. It's unbe-
lievable. In open wheel, that's
what I was meant to be winning
in. In stock cars I wasn't."
Ironically Montoya took
Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix
Sabates to victory lane for the
first time since Janue lMcN Miirra i
in juSt his second race with the
organization.
McMun'ay won for Ganassi
in just his second start as he filled
in for Sterling Marlin, who was
sidelined in 2002 with a neck
injury.
His win also marked the first
non-Chevrolet to win in a Car of


Tomorrow event.
And that, Montoya's crew
chief Donnie Wingo said, was
thanks to Montoya's - ability to
save gas..
"We missed it a little bit in
qualifying, so today we had to
play a little catch-up and take a
gamble at the end," said Wingo.
"We made our last stop and
-saved just enough fuel to make it.
"We had it figured a lap
short, and he did a great job sav-
ing fuel."
Montoya's final pit stop
came on lap 69 of the 110-lap
event.


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After AT&T 250
Driver
1. Carl Edwards
2. David Reutimann
3. David Ragan
4. Dave Blaney
5. Kevin Harvick
6. Jason Leffler
7. Marcus Ambrose
8. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
9. Regan Smith
10. Stephen Leicht


Behind
Leader
-776
-846
-853
-888
-918
-930
-933
-942
-990


After Milwaukee 200
Driver Behind
1. Mike Skinner Leader
2. Ron Hornaday -108
3. Todd Bodine -205
4. Travis Kvapil -293
5. Rick Crawford -299
6. Ted Musgrave -397
7. Johnny Benson -424
8. Jack Sprague -543
9. Aaron Fike -546


Matt Crafton


After Pocono 200
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Justin Allgaier -115
3. Bobby Gerhart -140
4. Dexter Bean -160
5. Michael McDowell -255
6. Phillip McGilton -320
7. Justin South -410
8. Justin Marks -520
9. Bryan Silas -595


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The alphabet of the SEC


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Southern college football
2007 from A to Z:
(Part One)
A -- Alabama. The focus
of the college football
world will be squarely on
the Crimson Tide and new
head coach Nick Saban this
fall. Saban was brought in
to rescue the Tide from a
decade of debauchery and
he inherits a team with
decent talent.
B -- Brent Schaeffer, Ole
Miss quarterback, who was
a huge disappointment last
season. There are as many
question marks about the
position for Rebels this year
as last. This is not good
news in Oxford, where
Rebel fans are hoping that
Ed Orgeron can return Ole
Miss to postseason bowl
play.
C - Sylvester Croom,
Mississippi State coach.
Another year of few wins
and little visible progress
will likely spell the end of
the Croom era in Starkville.
In all fairness Croom
inherited an absolute mess
of a program at MSU and
the rebuilding task was
monumental.
D - Defense! Defense!
Watch out for the South
Carolina defense this Fall


as the Gamecocks return
ten players who started at
least eight games in 2006.
Although the ol' ball coach
is known for his offensive
prowess, it will be the
defense that carries the
Gamecocks to the promised
land this year.
E -- E.J. Manuel, the
nation's number two rated
high school quarterback,
is close to committing to
Florida State. That doesn't
help the Seminoles much
this year, but the arrival
of Jimbo Fisher is already
paying dividends. Nole
fans are anxious to see
what he can do with
returning quarterbacks
Drew Weatherford and
Xavier Lee.
F -- Matt Flynn, LSU
quarterback. He takes over
for the top pick in the NFL
Draft, JeMarcus Russell and
will be asked to shoulder a
heavy load for the Tigers.
Flynn proved he is capable
two years ago filling in for
an injured Russell, leading
the Tigers to the nation's
elite. Now, he is the man.
G - Georgia Bulldogs,
who may be the toast of the
SEC East Division this year.
Matthew Stafford may be
the best quarterback in the


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league and he has seven
returning starters that
should make the Bulldog
offense one of the best in
the land.
H - Houston Nutt,
Arkansas coach, who is
perhaps staring at his final
season if he can't manage to
win at least ten games. The
offseason in Fayetteville
has been filled with turmoil
and Nutt can't afford for
anything to go awry this
season.
I - Irons, as in David
and Kenny, the former
Auburn stars who have
both departed for the NFL.
Replacing the Irons' will be
the toughest task for Tiger
coach Tommy Tuberville
when August rolls around.
Auburn has a chance to be
really good if they can get
solid play from a young
offense and a rebuilt
defense.
J - Jackson, Mississippi,
the home of one of the
best NCAA I-AA teams
you've probably never
heard of, Jackson State.
The Tigers have sent a lot
of great players to the NFL,
including Walter Payton,
and this year's club has
no less than twenty NFL
prospects.
K - Kentucky Wildcats.
Don't look now but
Kentucky has a really
good football team and
one of the top true passing
quarterbacks in the country.
Andre Woodson is a pro-
type NFL signal caller who
led the Wildcats to eight
wins, a bowl victory over
Clemson and saved Rich
Brooks job last year. Could
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OUTDOOR &TRAVEL


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2007


SBORDERY

CROSSINGS
S. Brian Hughes


Ah, dining in Europe! Apfelstriidel.
Croissants. Baklava. Cannollis. Paella.
Bangers-and-mash. The mouth waters with
anticipation.
Experiencing the local cuisine is no less
important than seeing the sights.
Dining can be an adventure in itself.
Stay out of the fast-food joints and go for
the local cuisine: A European Big Mac is no
different than those you can get anytime back
home.

Dining on a budget
Minding your food budget during your
independent trip around Europe is easy.
Avoid restaurants in the tourist zones. I
once ate like a czar at an upscale restaurant
in a residential section of Budapest The same
multi-course meal in the downtown tourist
area would've cost me three times what I
paid. Ask shopkeepers or your hostel, hotel
or pension host to recommend their favorite
eateries.
Many Europeans eat their main meal in
the middle of the day. Follow their example;
not only will you save money, you'll sleep
more comfortably when your tummy's not
overstuffed!
A great budget-stretcher is a midday urban
picnic. At a market or grocery store, get some
fresh bread or rolls, cooked sausages, cheese,
fruit, and a beverage and head for the nearest
park or square for some lunch and people-
watching.
Some restaurants post a daily "menu"-or
midday special-of soup or salad, entree and
bread at great savings. In addition, world-
famous restaurants that are out of your price


range at dinnertime can be surprisingly
affordable at lunch.

Probst! (Cheers!)
Local brews and wines are often a region's
pride and joy.
You'll get to savor exceptional labels you
may have never heard of, and may find the
"real" version of familiar imports are


Dining in Eur(


Brian Hughes I Crestview N
Left: Troy Tillman discovered
bangers-and-mash (sausa
mashed potatoes) are cheap
don's neighborhood pubs tha
tourist areas.
Right: Many European restau
a menu board of daily sp


much tastier than their watered-down
American versions.
Because the alcohol content is higher in
European beers than Americans are used to,
moderate your intake accordingly.
Choices for travelers who don't drink
alcohol include juices and sodas, but at
restaurants, they are pricey, small and there
are no free refills. If you order water, it'll be


I


bottled, is usually fizzy, and
)P costs as much as a Coke.
)p e kSimple free tap water is
rarely available.
(Not drinking alcohol,
one of my favorite European
beverages is a half cola, half
orange soda drink called
spezi in Germany and black
orange in Scandinavia. It
looks like the Mississippi
River at flood stage, yet is
surprisingly refreshing.)

The dining
- experience
In Europe, dining is a
leisurely, social activity.
Meals are civilized, relaxed
events and can last a couple
of hours.
While service is generally
polite and efficient, your
server won't try to be your
new best friend: "Hi, I'm
o Johann and I'll be your waiter
ews Blletin tonight" is unheard of.
the locals' Usually you must
summon him when you're at
ges and last ready to settle the check.
>er in Lon- He won't hover around
an pubs in your table while you're
enjoying the last morsel of
grants post Pflaumenkuchen, the last
ecials. drop of espresso, and the
stimulating conversation.
Splitting the bill is not
uncommon, and you'll get your change on
the spot.
In most European countries, the tip is
included in the tab. Waiters love American
tourists who, having not done their homework,
leave an additional tip atop the one they've
already unknowingly paid.
But if service has been good, add a small
gratuity: Round up the check to the next


On the wings of a dream


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW - Wearing a
new blue jumpsuit and sporting
a smart leather name patch, Capt.
Ashok "Ash" Kapadia climbed
into the left-hand seat of his rented
Cessna Skyhawk and prepared to
fly off in pursuit of a dream.
The Mission, as Kapadia
called it, took off from Pensacola
at 0701 Saturday morning. But it
really began more than 20 years
ago, when as a young man in his
native India, Kapadia dreamed of
becoming a pilot.
Immigrating to the U.S. in
1990, he enlisted in the Air Force
in late 1993. In 1995, Kapadia
became an American citizen. He
finished his electrical engineering
degree in 2000 and was accepted
for Officer Training School (OTS)
a year later. In June 2005, he was
promoted to captain. He took
flying lessons, and has been a
search and rescue pilot with the
Civil Air Patrol for more than six
months.
Yet throughout his entire
experience in his new country,
Kapadia's intense, dark eyes
remained focused on his dream of
undertaking a major flight.
"In America, if you work hard,
you can do anything you want,"
he said, echoing the sentiments
of many who came to our country
before him. His dream was
becoming a reality.
With Dr. R. Douglas Collins,
Kapadia's flight instructor, as
safety pilot in the right front seat,
the plane climbed into a brilliant
Florida sunrise. Kapadia soon
attained 108 knots - 124 mph -
and aimed the plane toward Cross
City in Dixie County, his first fuel
stop.
The Mission's objective, to fly
around the entire state of Florida,
was daunting and would ultimately
take more than 14 hours.
The Emerald Coast's beautiful
green waters glided below, the
unspoiled length of Santa Rosa
Island suddenly interrupted by
dense development on its eastern
tip. From the air, the phalanx of
condos and hotels looked like a
fortification against an expected
onslaught from the gulf. But just
as rapidly, the beauty of scrub
pines and sugar-white sand
reappeared east of Destin, until,
like a side-by-side parade of
Dominos, development sprang
up once more across the Panama
City Beach coastline.
After Apalachicola, Kapadia
pointed the Cessna out over the
gulf. "If we followed the whole
coast it might take more than 24
hours," he explained.
Observing the smooth melding
of sky and sea, Kapadia said, "If
you don't have GPS and you don't
pay attention, you can get lost."
Fortunately, his GPS showed
him right on course for Cross
City. At 0924, they made a quick
refueling and bathroom break
- and a pause to examine the
selection of candies in a bowl on
the flight lounge counter.
With heavy air traffic over
Tampa and St. Petersburg being


reported on the radio, Collins
recommended a change of course.
Instead of making Sarasota the
next refueling stop, Kapadia
proceeded east across the
Everglades.
The drought conditions
in south Florida hit home as
the Cessna cruised over vast
swaths of brown, dry land where
verdant wetlands should be. But
at last greener spots appeared,
interspersed by water shimmering
under the 'sun.
"Do you see any alligators?"
Kapadia asked eagerly, finally
requesting that Collins take
control so he could peer down
for himself. "O)h. ithei're .down
there," Collins assured him. "We
wouldn't to have to land down
there!"
Abruptly the wetlands gave
way to the urban development
south of Miami. At 1251, Kapadia
executed a perfect landing at
Kendall-Tamiami Airport south
of Miami. But soon the Cessna
was running ahead of dark storm
clouds as it passed above Miami
Beach.
Huge housing tracts passed
below as the mission proceeded
up the east coast above Fort
Lauderdale, West Palm Beach,
Fort Pierce and Melbourne.
As NASA had rerouted the
shuttle Atlantis to California, the
previously restricted airspace
near Cape Canaveral was eased,
affording a view of the massive
Vehicle Assembly Building,
the "crawler" track and former
Apollo and Gemini launch sites at
Kennedy Space Center.
At 1557, the Cessna touched
down at New Smyrna Beach,
where another fuel-and-bathroom
break commenced. While a ground
crewman repaired the handle
on the pilot's window - which
had popped off during the last
takeoff - Kapadia encountered
several countrymen enrolled in
the airport's flight school.
Taking the opportunity to
chat in his native Hindi, Kapadia
impressed ihe youngg future pilots
with his accomplishments both
as an Air Force officer and an
American pilot undertaking the
flight of a lifetime.
One more fuel (and bathroom!)
stop awaited. At 1758, the Cessna
touched down at Jacksonville-
Craig. Within 15 minutes, Collins
called "clear prop!" and the plane
was airborne, turning into the
setting sun.
"The last leg will be long, but
will be a piece of cake," Kapadia
said, settling comfortably into
his seat. The GPS indicated a
flying time of nearly three hours.
A lovely sunset occurred around
1930, and 20 minutes later, the
lights of Tallahassee appeared off
the port wing. All eyes were now
straying more frequently to the
GPS as the crew watched the ETA
count down.
At 2100, the Cessna cruised
past the lights of Crestview,
twinkling like a giant diamond off
the starboard wing. "The lights
of home," said Kapadia happily,
knowing below him his wife,
Chetna, an Eglin civilian software


engineer, and their 4-year-old son,
Tegan, eagerly awaited the pilot's
return.
Eighteen minutes later,
Kapadia toggled his microphone
button seven times, triggering
the automatic landing lights at
Milton's airstrip. Two minutes
later, the Cessna was on the
ground. At 2123, the single prop
spun to a halt.
The Mission was
accomplished.
An elated Kapadia climbed
from the pilot's seat and beamed.
"The whole state of Florida!"
he exclaimed. "That's an
extraordinary mission!"
Kapadia and Collins secured
the aircraft, climbed in Collins'
car and headed off for a well-
deserved dinner before heading
to their respective homes and
waiting families.
This dream now fulfilled,
Ash Kapadia has already set
himself another goal. "I want to
begin training on twin-engine
planes," he said. "And then I will
make a tour of the whole USA


Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
Above: Capt. "Ash" Kapadia and the four-seater Cessna Skyhawk that he flew
around the state of Florida in 14 hours.
Below: Marler Bridge and Destin harbor were crossed over at the start of the flight.


STUNT, continued from C1


T%,o lapt. later, the caution
came out \whien Eddie Craig
spun in Turn 2. From that point,
the race \aent 20 green-flag laps
'%ith the only change being
Davis pulling awa\ trom the
field.dropping Bo\ett to 13th.
FollUoing die -ittart. Hamner
passed Thorpe tor second just
But it got inteesthrg in the tinal
sevenlaps.
Logan Bovett pised Carlson
for thlud and Harrner followed
to take fourth. Two laps later,
Hamner spun out Boyett going
into Turn 2, dropping Boyett
to 13th.
Following the restart,
Hamner passed Thorpe for
second just before the fourth
and the final caution came
out with four laps left. When
the green flag dropped,
Hamner tried to make his
move on the outside, but
Davis held him off.
"I didn't have to run as
hard being out front," Davis
said.
Boyett finished 10th.
Danny Burns, driving
a station wagon, won an
exciting, bump-filled 15-lap


Bomber feature for his first
2 iin
Rick Grines. and i\eslei,
King iere 1-2 through the
hrst eight laps. Then it got
willd.
Points leader Brannon
Fo,% ler was making a move
for third place when he got
loose in Turn 4 in the middle
of a pack of cars. Amazingly,
no one spun or wrecked and
the racing continued.
King got past Grimes,
who tried to regain the lead
as both bumped and slowed.
That allowed Bums to take
the lead. Fowler finished
fourth.
Billy Hoover got past
Randy Thompson three laps
from the finish to win the
20-lap Sportsman feature
for his third win of the year.
Hoover caught
Thompson on the inside in
Turn 1 and the two stayed
side-by-side by three laps
until Hoover pulled ahead
at the start-finish line.
Shanna Ard finished
third and Jim Pokrant was
fourth.


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whole figure or leave your loose change on
the table.
In some countries, though, the tip is not
included. Ask at the tourist office or consult
your guidebook to be sure of local customs.
If you can't read the menu, try "point-
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and order what it landed on. Ask your waiter
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Above all, be adventurous and allow your
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Pflaumenkuchen
(German Plum Pie)
Ingredients:
4 cups flour
3 sticks butter or margarine
1 cup sugar
1 tsp salt
4 egg yolks (save whites)
1 tsp vanilla
3 lbs little purple plums (quartered)
1 cup apricot or peach jam
Preparation:
Make a dough from flour, butter, sugar,
salt, egg yolks, and vanilla. Press the dough
into cookie sheet with your fingers, forming
a rim.
Spread a thin layer of peach or apricot jam
on top of dough. Now put the plums in rows
on the dough.
Beat egg whites slightly and brush over
plums, sprinkle two tablespoons of flour over
egg whites. Bake at 3750 F for 40 minutes.
If too sour, shake some powdered sugar
on top. This can also be made in the winter
substituting apples for the plums.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
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PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 07 CP 694
IN RE: ESTATE OF
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JR.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
2006-CA-5249-S
DIVISION S
DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUS-
TEE OR ARGENT SE-
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BACKED PASS-
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MAY 1, 2004, WITH-


OUT RECOURSE
Plaintiff,
vs.
JODY R. GODWIN, et
al,
Defendants)
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
June 14, 2007 and en-
tered in Case No.
2006-CA-5249-S of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and for
OKALOOSA County
Florida wherein DEUIT-
SCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS
TRUSTEE OR ARGENT
SECiJFiTlEh INC., ASSET
B-CKEE' F--S.
THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES
2004-W8 UNDER THE
POOLING & SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED AS
OF MAY 1,2004,
WITHOUT RECOURSE is
the Plaintiff and JODY' R.
GODWIN; AMERICAN
EXPRESS CENTURION
BANK- CITY OF FORT
WALT6N BEACH; are
the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 9th
day of July 2007, the
fol owing described prop-
erty as set forth in said Fi-
nal Judgment:
LOT 2, A RE-PLAT OF
LOTS 2 AND 3,


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.
06-DR-5384
MARIA L EVERTON
Petitioner/Wife,
and
BRIAN EVERTON,
Respondent/Husband.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
BRIAN EVERTON
178715th Avenue, Apt 1
Kenosha, Wisconsin
YOU ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED that a Petition
For Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a
copy or your response or
pleading to the Com-
plaint upon the
Petitioner's attorney,
JANIS L. BURKE, 201
Hollywood Boulevard,
NE, Fort Walton Beach,
Florida 32548 and file
the original response or
pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, or before the
25th day of July,
2007. If you fail to do
so a Default Judgment
will be taken against
your for the relief de-
manded in the Petition.
This Notice of Action
shall be published for
four (4) consecutive
weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin.


GRAND OAKS, LO-
CATED IN THE CITY Dated at Shalimar,
OF DESTINY, ACCORD- Okaloosa County
ING TO THE PLAT Florida, this 22 day ot
THEREOF, AS RE- June, 2007.
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 15, PAGE 78, DON HOWARD
OF THE PUBLIC REC- CLERK OF THE CIR-
ORDS OF CUIT COURT
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. BY: Tiffany Gardner


A/K/A 3586 GRAND
OAKS WAY, DESTIN,
FL, 32541
Any person claiming
an interest in the
surplus from the
sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on June 14, 2007.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: K. Sims
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Echevarria,
Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F06020492
AMERIQUEST - CONV-R-
khartmaier
**See Americans
with Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with
Disabilities Act per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticipate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; tele-
phone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, Rrior to the
proceeding, or
Shalimar (50)
651-7497
6/20/2007
6/27/2007


Deputy Cferk
6/27/07
7/4/07
7/11/07
7/18/07

Legal#100116
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-CP-467
IN RE: The Estate of
EDWARD G.
MADDOX
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
THE
ADMINISTRATION of
the estate of ED-
WARD G. MADDOX,
deceased, whose
date of death was
December 7 2006 is
pending in the Cir-
cuit Court of
Okaloosa County,
Florida, Probate
Division the address
of whicI is Clerk of
Circuit Court,
Probate Division,
Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Suite 210,
Crestview, Florida
32536. The names
and addresses of the
personal
representatives and
the personal
representative's

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attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against
decedents estate, on
whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons who have claims
or demands against the
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
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
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 publi-
cation of this Notice is
June 20, 2007
DEANNA DESTIN
Personal Representative
C. THOMAS HOLLAND
Attorney for Personal
Representative
596 North Ferdon Boule-
vard Crestview, FL
32536
(850) 682-6211/Fax
682-6822
FL Bar No. 0147404
6/20/07
6/27/07


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Shih-tzu puppies, beau-
Couch FOR SALE: Light tiful. Crestview $350.
Brown Sectional, Seats Call 850-685-5517 or
up to 6 people. Good (256) 312-2255


Condition. $100
850-682-4878


Single white male 70
5'8" 170lbs. Looking for
a small white lady for
companionship. I am
easy going and easy to
please. Just need a ood
woman to share ana do
things together.- Please
write RLB P.O. Box 876,
Crestview, FL 32536, or
call (850) 689-8038







Found: Young Beagle
type dog, male on
Farmer St., Crestview on
6/19. Call 387-1315


I PETS ANIMALS
2100- Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted



2100

CKC Registered
Shidoodle female, 8
weeks old, health certifi-
cate, adorable, $350
w/papers $300 without
AKC2 males for stud
service. Call
334-572-4651 leave
message if no answer.


CLIPPENDALES
Pet Grooming, bath,
clips nails, and flea
products. We also have
a variety of collars, jew-
elry, treats, pet apparel
including pink and green
camo. Call us for a ap-
pointment at 537-4006


NEW IAraY

Yorkie-Pom- Shots &
vet checked. Adorable
male puppy. $495. Call
537-2279


2110
Free puppies to good
home. 683-1618
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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
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)



10% off Storewidel
Ron's Antiques. Wed thur
Sat only. Quality antique
furniture and clocks. 211
N. Main St., downtown
Crestview. M - F 9-5, Sat.
9- 1.6891007
All Types of Watch &
Clock Repair, grandfa-
ther, mantel, cuckoos, we
buy antiques, we do es-
tate sales. Call
689-1007
We Buy
Antiques
Furniture, plass & collecti-
bles. Elizabeth Attic An-
tiques, 404 West James
Lee. Hwy 90 West, Crest-
view, 682-0500


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COMPUTER REPAIR & PARTS * TV's * STEREO EQUIPMENT

Used Computers Starting at $39.99 [ .
Printers * Scanners * Cables* Wireless * Web Cams
PS2 *Xbox * Nintendo Games * Accessories
Monday - Friday 10 to 6
Saturday 9 to 2 136 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
Just off Main Street
www.johnscomputersandelectronics.com

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C6 I Crestview News Bulletin CLASSIFIEDS


Refrigerator 25 cubic
Ft sid. by side, white
Whirl Pool $125,
582-0688
Ron's Appliance &
'arts, appliance repair,
1l brands, we buy work-
ing appliances, 215 N.
VAain Street, Call
589-1007. After hours
582-2844




Vinyl Siding Tools,
stapel guns, ladders cut
.able, metal cutting
mach, & more, Sum
Framing toos lso. Call
305-0370



3190
32" CRT TV
Flat screen HDTV Sony
We a. $5600. Call (865)
223-1916









3230
For Sale! 3 pc living
l-m suit with coffee ta-
sle $200. Freezer $100
OBO. All gobd condi-
lion. 682-5920
Used Furniture at
ureen Apple Antiques,
1297 S. Ferdon Across
From EFCU 682-7811




Baker

lune 30th, 8 - 12, furni-
ture, collectibles & misc.
3aker
'ard Sale
Saturday 30 from 8-1,
5867Hwy 4 W, Please
no early birds.
3aker
Yard Sale at 1595
garrett Mill Rd, Friday/
Saturday, 8-until
Crestview
5 Family Yard Sale,
Cedar chest, furniture,
kitchenware, home de-
:or, name brand baby
and adult clothes, toys,
High end Stoller/ cars
sat, computer books and
accessories baby gear,
3110 Skyline Dr,
7am-12, Saturday 30
Crestview
Garage Sale 4863
-ayland Lane, in
:oxwood Estates 7-2
Custom drapes, Haverty
-amps, Ect.
Crestview
rard Sale for Benefit
of Robert Gamble's
Cancer Fund.Saturday
30,7-1 at 6319 Bethany
3r.
Crestview
Christmas
Ornament &
Collectible
Yard Sale
Fri & Sat
8am-lpm
226 Springwood
Circle


Crestview
Estate Reduction
Sale
Cleaning out 2 storage
buildings, 5341 Four
Lakes Road. Sat. 7am.
Furniture & some an-
tiques, dining tables &
chairs, bar tables with
stools, chester drawers &
dressers, computer desks,
wine racks Duncan
Phyfe tables, Lane tables,
drop leaf tables,
glassware & much morel
850-682-8185
Crestview
Huge Yard Sale! Fri &
at 7- til, records, col-
lectables, antique mirror,
antique cast iron barbe-
cue, los lots more, some-
thing for everyone. 248
Bracewell St.
Inside Moving Sale.
Appliances, furniture,
books, movies & a lot
more. Firday June 29th &
Saturday June 30th 8 am
til. 3490 Melissa Lane
Crestview. We are in Au-
burn off Possum ridge Rd.
!st right, at stop sign go
left, go around curves,
sign will be on mailbox.
TUPPERWARE
New Catalog, monthly
special replacement or-
der. Call Jackie
682-4305


3240
Glock 19, 9mm, 2-15
Round Clips, Ex,
Condition $400,
305-0370


S 3280
2005 Muck Truck Motor-
ized wheelbarrow. Metal
barrow, 5001b capacity,
4WD 4 speed 5/2HP
Honda. Like new $1600.
758-8199
2006 Hustler Mini-Z
commercial 0 -turn
mower. 36" deck 40 hrs.
like new $3000. New
$5400. 758-8199




80x15x14 Collegiate
batting cage. Excellent
condition. Includes metal
frame. Ages 5-20 $899.
689-5412
Free hot tub, needs re-
pair, make a nice pool
for kids this summer.
652-4155
Great opportunity for
part time work at home.
you have a fenced yard
and a little love you can
turn it into money. Invest
in AKC Shih-tzu's.
334-572-465 I
Will Haul away for
free, appliances, scrap
metal ' unk cars
537-6481








EMPLOYMENT
4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
4120 - Sales
4130 - Employment
Information


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Monthly to drive brand
Administrative new cars with ads placed Other
on them.


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Be your own boss.
Seeking tupperware sales
consultants who can work
pt/ft. Training provided.
Salary depends on your
sales, fund raising, and
recruiting other consult-
ants. Chance to win jew-
elry, trips, or cars. Buy
tupperware at discounted
prices. Call Wanda,
682-9043 for more info.


Construction/Trades
Laborer
Full time Benefits after 90
days. Age 25 or older
with goob driving record.
Will train. Fax MVR &
criminal record search to
682-8694


Driver Trainees
Needed.
No CDL? Na Problem!
Earn up to $900/wk' .
Home weekends with
TMC. Company en-
dorsed CDL Training.
1-866-280-5309


Drivers
Local Class A or B
Driver with 1 year expe-
rience. Full time. Benefits
after 90 days. Age 25 or
older with goo driving
record. Fax MVR & crimi-
nal record search to
682-8694


www.AdCarDrive.com Great Income
Educational Opportunity!


Part-Time As
Needed
Administrative
Support
C I-LCO is seeking an
individual who would
enjoy working part-time
on an as needed basis
as Administrative Sup-
port for various depart-
ments. Must have good
computer skills (MS
Word and Excel), and
must be flexible and
able to work with differ-
ent personalities. The
position would provide
back up for the mail
room and recep-
tion/switchboard when
those employees are
absent, or when addi-
tional staff is needed
for special projects.
Additional skills and
abilities: good com-
munication skills, legi-
ble handwriting ability
to handle stressful situa-
tions, lift up to 35
pounds, walk ur to 3
miles a day, and sit or
stand for long periods.
Must have valid Florida
Drivers License with a
safe driving record.
Normal work sheet
Monday thru Friday,
8:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m.
Applications will be ac-
cepted through July 13
at CHELCO's DeFuniak
Springs office. The ap-
p location can be ac-
cessed on -line at
www.chelco.com, click
on the employment link
to complete and submit,
or pick up application
at any CHELCO office
and return to:
CHELCO Human Re-
sources, P.O. Box 512,
DeFuniak Springs, FL
32435 Fax No.
850-951-2302. RE-
SUMES ACCEPTED
ONLY IF ATTACHED
TO APPUCATION.
Workplace-EEO-M/F


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Law Enforce/Security
The Wackenhut
Corporation
..is currently recruiting
for F/T Custom Protec-
tion Officers. Candi-
dates mut meet one of
the following require-
ments:
Must be a graduate of
a Law Enforcement
Academy or Correc-
tions Academy. Wages
begin at $10.20 hr.
Benefits available. HS
/GED required. Call
800-527-5941 EOE/
M/F/D/V
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Wesleyan CCC, now
hiring part time VPK
Teacher for August, '07.
CDA or degree required.
682-7319
FREE CELL PHONE!
All Major Brands And
Carrier. Free Shipping
Tool
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Healthcare
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Healthcare
Resident Aide needed.
Part time, Nightshift. Ap-
ly in person only fo
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551 Redstone Ave West
in Crestview.
Hibbett Sports is
opening soon in Crest-
view.,
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Send resumes "ATTN
DM" to: 900 Westgate
Plaza Andalusia AL
36420. Hibbett Sports
conducts drug testing.
Brian.Kelly@HiBbett.com




Law Enforce/Security
SECURITY
OFFICERS
The Wackenhut Carpo-
ration is now hiring e-
curity Officers for Sea
Grove Beach, Santa
Rosa Beach, Sandestin.
Wages begin at $9.00
hr. Benefits available.
HS/GED required. Call
800-527-5941. EOE/
M/F/Da/V
Wackenhut


Sales
AVON Lady looking
for new Reps & Helpers
Call 682-2464 to buy or
sell






Cracker Barrel of
Crestview Now hiring
AM & PM Dishwashers &
AM Cooks. Must be over
18 Weekends required
EOE 682-8804







Work Wanted: Decks,
privacy fences and other
isc. handyman projects.
Reasonable prices. Call
850-685-8262.



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BUSCresntiew- 1 yrold THs $l00mo,/ dall burn Water. Highceil-
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REAL ESTATE FOR RBIT
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110-Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms tor Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 -Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals




Professional office
space for rent, just east
of Sandstin. Reasona-
ble terms and great loc.
267-2290 for details.




Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet gated, no pets
$606mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574
Crestview Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assistance
may be avail. 1 & 2 BR
HC & non-HC accessible
Creslview, FL. Call 850
682-5563, TDD/TTY
71-1 Equal Housing Op-
portunity
Creslview
Brentwood
Apartments
Now accepting applica-
tions for immediate
placement. Rental
assistance available.
EHO. 850-682-9422
Crestview
Open House
Saturday!
Addison Place Apart-
ments. Come by for free
food, door prizes, and
tours of our spacious
apartments. 900 Addison
Place Drive Crestview.
850-689-3411
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2BR, HC & nonHC
accessible apartments.
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity
Creseview/Eglin
Riverwood
Apartments
Visit our model, Mon-Fri
9-5 and Sat. 10-4
1 and 2 BR's w/patio
available nowl Sparkling
pool 24 hr. Fitness Cen-
ter /Business Center
Ca ll Heather at 850
683-0011 TODAY!
www.riverwoodliving.com


Crestview- 2 & 3 br
THs in south Crestview.
No pets. Clean. Garage.
Small fenced backyard.
$750 & $850. Call
803-8579.

Crestview- 3 br 2/2
ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart.
Pets ok. Avail 1 July.
$975/mo. 496-2563

Crestview- Sale or Rent
New 1610sf 3 br, 2.5
ba, 1 cg. Iron Horse
Townhomes. Incentives
for Military. 259-5924




2 br, 2 ba MH in Wing
AL. Located in national
forest. $365/mo + $365
sd. 251-867-8134
2 br/lba 635 Amos St.
$500 rent $500 security,
available now.
3br/2ba 2900 Wiste-
ria Ave. $700 rent $700
sec. Available July.
682-0078

2br, 2ba, 2cg home on
Lake Eufaula. Rent by
week month or year.
850-956-2553

2br & 3br homes for
rent -on Halley Dr. No
pets. Please call
682-1972

3/2 MH, Great Loca-
tion, Like new No pets
$725Dep, $725mo, Ref-
erences Required,
902-0604

A 2br, lba, w/huge
fenced back yard, Close
to OWC, $550mo, No
pets/Smoke 865-5675
American Realty of
Northwest Florida, Inc.
682-4822 or 651-5717
EHO
128 Hampton Dr, 2bd,
1.5ba $ 598
2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
ba, $750
115 Oak Terrace Dr,
3br 2ba, $800
2800 MacGregor Ln,
3br, 2ba, $800
13 Flora CV, 3br, 2ba,
$800
402 Alabama Ave, 2br,
2ba $800
2476 Kingston Rd, 3br,
1ba, $795
2560 Kinaston Rd 2br,
2ba, $850"
5360 Monterrey Rd, 2br,
2ba, $850
296 Oakview PI, 3br,
2ba, $850
2455 Starmount, 3br,.
2ba, $850
2838 Penny Ln, 3br,
2ba, $900
312 John King Rd, 3br,
2ba, $900
207 Johnson Cit, 3br,
2.5ba, $950
3349 Shoal Creek Cv,
4br, 2ba, $950
211 Johnson Ct 3br,
2.5ba. $950
348 Stawbridge Dr 3br,
2ba, $975
3107 Skyhawk Dr, 3br,
2ba, $995
3204 Skynight Dr, 3br,
2ba, $995
2835 Old Mill Way 4br,
2.5ba $975
2994 Windsor Cir, 3br,
2ba, $1000
631 Alysheba Dr 3br,
2ba $1100
474 Jillian Dr, 3br, 2ba
$1100
3313 Skywagon Dr, 3br,
2ba, $950
5104 Whitehurst Ln 4br,
2ba, $1125
31125 Skyhawk Dr 4br,
2ba, $1135
903 Pinellas Dr, 3br,
2ba, $1000
1236 Jeffryscot Dr, 3br,
2ba, $1100
4853 Orlimar St 4br,
2ba, $1150
1224 Gabrielle Dr, 3br,
2ba, $1200
2196 Hagood Loop,
4br, 3ba, $1250
4088 Big Buck Tr, 4br,
2ba, $1250
2468 Bell Ridge Dr, 4br,
2ba $1350
4676 Love Grass Ln,
3br, 2.5ba, $1800
visit us at
www.era-american.com


Moulton ealty Deposit.. References and
(850) 682-3849 credit check re uired. 1
Rentals: Year Lease. Rent to own
* 902 Dixie 3br, 2ba option available. Call
$87f rt, $875dep (850)683-0654
* 130 Dixie St 4.br, 2ba


$1100.rt$11O0dep
* 4799 Old Mill Ct.3br,
2ba $950.rt $950dep
02842 Old Mill Way.
4br, 2ba $1000Mo.,
$1000dep
01208 Northview. 4br,
2ba $1200mo,
$1200dep.
* 5152 Keyser Mill Rd,
Baker, 4br 2ba
$875.mo, $875dep.
* 5474 Haburne St 3br
2ba $1100mo,
$1100dep.
* 223 Tiffot Ct. 4br
2ba $1100mo + $1100
dep.
* 1237 JeffreyScott Dr,
3br, 2ba, $1200mo,
$1200dep

Crestview
2 and 3 bedroom
homes, No pets. Call
682-4670 or 830-2061

Crestview 3BR, 2BA,
1CG. Almost new, fully

ets welcome! $1050 +
VD. 850-683-4104

Crestview- 3br, 2ba,
new carpet, patio. 1208
Texas $850mo +$850dd
Lse. Pets neg 689-1126

Custom home
3/2 with qarae. Availa-
ble /1/2007 No
smoking/Pets
$1200mo/$ 000dep, 1
year lease, call
865-2593




Crestview- new homes
3br, 2ba, no pets or
smoke Startinq at $800
mo+dd. 850'835-0432

Crestview Rentals
Brook Estates 4/2,
$1300
Spring Street 3/1,
$675
Field Ave 3/2, $700
Rick Epperson
Broker/Owner
850-865-7777

Crestview, S of 1-10
3br, 2ba, 2cz, FP I
fenced yard. 21 Shoael
Lake Dr. No pet/smoke.
Avail now. $960mo/.
$960dd. 897-1394.

C'view lakefront custom
3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg, 2150sf
country setting. $1100
mo (850) 533-6363 or
706 523-6767

Don't Miss This One!
1/2 Off First Months
Rent. 3 bedroom 2.5
bath single car garage
townhome only $825.
Call Property
Professionals Plus
683-1714

For Lease or Sale
3br, 2ba 2 story house
w/pool on 1 acre lot in
Holt area. $1000mo
Dep w/references (850)
537-6222 or 499-7412

For rent 3br, 2ba, dou-
ble car arage, brick
home, 850-956-2.53

House for rent 5 br, 2
ba brick house, new re-
modeled, hardwood/tile,
very spacious, large
kitchen, $1200mo/
$1000dep. Pets negotia-
ble. Call 902-1299
JANET JOHNSON
REALTY, INC
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
682-1800

1413 S Pearl St; $600
602 Henderson St; $675
341 Crooked Pine Trail;
$900
11 Holly Dr 3bd, 2ba
$995
4963 Galliver Cutoff;
$995
2805 Wilson Ln, $1100
329 John Kind Rd. $850
493 Jillian Dr; $1250
5512 Monterrey Rd;
$1250

Laurel Hill large 4 br,
2V2 ba, 1 acre lot, near
school, $875/mo+dd.
(912) 996-3516

New Home
Rentals
*5141 Eagle Way,
3br 2ba
*4665 Falcon Way,
3br 2ba
*4504 Goldfinch Way,
3br, 2ba.
*4605 Bobolink Way,
3br, 2ba
call 850-689-2221


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New Homes For Rent
to Own
Shoal River Country Club
and Page Place S/D
2500-2600 sf, 4br, 3ba.
These are custom homes
with lots of amenities.
One home has gas &
electric, the others are all
electric, NO PETS,
$1595 per month &
$1595 Damage deposit
Refrences andcredi-
check required. 1 year
lease. Rent to own option
available. Call (850)
683-0654
Teel and Waters
Real Estate
29 Heather Ave,
$850, 3/2 no pets
2919 Aplin Rd, $850,
3/2/1
102 Trenton Ave
$1,045 03/2/2, small
pet w/approval.
428 Riverchase Blvd,
$1350,3/2/2
2117 Hagood Loop
$1,495 4,3/2, no pets
All properties require a
credit check, one year
lease; no inside smoking,
pet fees are
non-refundable. Call
Debra Frost
682-6156
Why Rent? You can
buy $3750 down &
$1284 PI. See Crestview
house for sale.




Female Roommate
wanted to share home
with elderlyy woman that
has 2 small dogs and
smokes. $350mo. Call
305-7450


S6170'
'03 trailer 3 BR 2 BA
for rent July 1 $700. On
Old River Rd in Baker
850 225-3204
Crestview clean 3 br, 2
ba 16'x80' MH, large
secluded lot. Appl. inc.
Pets nego. Lawn care.
$800mo+dep 423-0967




Large 3 br/1ba
house in Florala, fur-
nished, corner lot, large
screened front porch, 2
CCP storage alore, re-
cently remodeled, no
smbkihg/pets,walking
distance to town & Lake
Jackson, $600
mo/deposit, first/last
months rent/purchase op-
tion. (334) 858-5814


I REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100- Homes
7110- Beach Home/
Property

7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7170- Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare



"OPEN HOUSE"
'05 Built Home on 1
Acre. 3956 Poverty

Century 21 Moulton
Realty
(850)682-3849
Affordable Homes
For Sale:
bedroom, Edgewood PI,
$140 000
3 bedroom, Jacob St,
$145 000
3 bedroom, Riverchase
$196 000
5 bedroom, Campbell
Ave $195,000
Rick Epperson
Broker/Owner
850-865-7777




CRESTVIEW &
HOLT, FL. NEW
CONSTRUCTION
4 br, 3 ba, 2 cg, all
brick. Rent, Buy, Rent-to-
own. 850- 897-0072 or
vw.WeAreHomeFinders.com
Crestview- By owner
only $3750 down,
$1284 + tax & ins. 3 br,
2 ba, 2 ca, FL rm., FP,
brick. Newly upgraded.
114 Mill Pond Caove in
Beaver Creek S/D. Call
678-7104, N'ville. With
NO FORMAL
QUALIFYING
Crestview Homes For
Sale:
2 Homes in Brook Es-
tates, both 2400 sf, with
4 bedrooms & 2 baths.
Priced to sell now! Rick
Epperson Broker/Owner
850-865-7777
Crestview, 3 br, 2 bo,
brick. 1250sf, presently
being remodeled. As is,
$115K. By owner,
689-0150 or 305-0824
DeFuniak: 3br 2ba
brick house w/171/2 ac-
res. Fenced pastor w/
barn. Off Bob Sikes Rd
$290,000 333-0309


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Route Driver
The Crestview
Bulletin is looking for
a route driver with de-
poendable transporta-
ion, and good driving
record. Applicant must
be able to provide
proof of insurance,
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terested please apply at
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2007 CLASSIFIED


1 7100
Destin 2 br 2 ba 1 cg,
in heart of Destin 1351 t.
$229K. Call 368-4291
For Sale By Owner
3br/2ba Brick Home
on 5 acres, Huge 4 Bay
Barn. Wonderful Loca-
tion. Call 850-652-3252
for Info.
HOMES FOR SALE
Need to Sell? Owe more
money than your home is
worth. Call us today to
discuss our options.
Assist-2-Sell Good Sense
Realty 423-0700
GoodSenseRealty.com
OPEN HOUSE
Realtor Sponsored Crest-
view FL, 2325 Lewis St.
off Hwy 90 & Old Bethel
Rd. Saturday June 27rd,
June30th, Tpm to 4pm,
2004 Home beautiful
newly painted inside,
3br, 2ba w/garage, one
of the lowest priced
newer homes for sale in
Okaloosa Co. Easy Ac-
cess to Bases. $1 7,900
Century 21 Baylis & Da-
vis Broker Assoc.
Roger Holland
ti 850-398-1761


[ 7150o ]
4.5 Acres on Poverty
Creek Road
850-956-2553
20 Acres Keyser Mill
Road offered at
$16,000.00 per Acre.
Many Possibilities -Bring
Offers. Daniel E. Crocker
GA/FL licensed Real Es-
tate Broker
229-403-6297



Baker- 3 br home 38 ac-
',. res. Horses OKI $489K.
2068 Shackle Springs
Rd. Below $12K/ac.
Beautiful land, pasture,
hardwoods, creek. Near
Karick Lake. Clint, 904
249-0438 owner/broker
Brundidge, Alabama,
80 acres, 3 acre pecan
orchard 6 acre stocked
pond, 1 br, 1 ba hunting
cabin with power &
water. Deer, turkey & fox
squirrel. $4900 per acre. -
Eddie, 850-259-2873
Secluded 81 acres Ex-
cellent hunting large fish
pond site. 12 yr old
erty taxes. Near Andalu-.
sia $296,000. (334)
222-8087 00C



06 Model Like new
16X66 Mobile Home on
Rental Lot for Sale in
Crestview 2br, 2 full ba
with air/heat . ceiling
fans, Handicap Ramp
asking $49,000. Call
850-758-0208
Baker
1 acre liveable Mobile
Home & workshop in
rear, Take Large Motor
Home in Trade $49,500.
Call 850-758-5349-


7160
Mobile home on 2 ac-
res near Holt FL. For
Sale/lease. $79,900 or
$500/mo. Serious In-
quires only. (850)
37-6222 or 499-7412



For Sale Rental
Investment Property Ap-
proximately 18 Rental
Units Each on 1 to 2 acre
lots will sale All or Indi-
vidual. Owner will fi-
nance w/appropriate.
down payment, call
682-1045 from 8:30-
5:00



ARIZONA LAND
LIQUIDATION!
Near Tucson, 22 foot-
ball field sized lots. $0
Down/$0 Interest, $159
/Month (18,995 total).
Free recorded informa-
tion. Money back guar-
anteel Toll free
1-800-682-6103 Op
#10
New Orleans,
Louisiana -
Potential Bed &
Breakfast
in Historic Faubourg
Marigny District. 2 story
home with off street park-
ing, balcony view of
downtown New Orleans
skyline. Stained glass
doors & windows, hard
wood floors. $480,00,.
Ask for Greg (504)
460-5408 or e-mail:
glewiscont@hotmail.com



For Salel Panama City
Resort & Club week 45,
efficiency, $1000 obo.
758-0203


8100 - Anlique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170-Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 - Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 - AircraftlAveltion
8320 - ATV/Otf Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Molorhomes



1997 Mercury Cou-
gar $1,500.
1997 Izuzu Rodeo, 2
wheel dr. $2,500.
682-5697 or 305-6086


[-- 8110
Buick ReIal, 1996. Ex-
cellent condition. $2600.
OBO Call 682-7006 or
758-8126
Mercedes
SL500 2003
white, sport pk low mi.
$57,500850-585-5915
We buy cars, trailers &
boats, etc. Running or
noti No title ok.
305-1920


8120
95 Nissan
Pathfinder, white, 4x4,
155K miles, off road ti-
res, $3300 OBO. Call
902-5057




2004 Ford F250, 4x4,
Lariat package, leather,
crew cab, fuly loaded
$26,000 obo.
758-6223


8140 | 8210 | 8340
Chevrolet Express 2002 Action Craft
G3500 van. 12 pas- 21' W/Trailer
sener, 67,500 miles, $12,000 Call
fronf and rear air power 682-6524 and ask for
windows power lcks, Kelly
running boards cruise NE[ 10W 0
and til wheel. $11,000. . , . .U.,
850-951-0974 View pic- 34' Damon
tures at 4' Damon
www.fuzzland.org --- 8320 ] Daybreak 2000
z__________a 2005 Suzuki 250, less Super slide, lacks, cam-
than 25 miles like new, era, & awning. 25,000
.. steal at $3,200. miles. Exc. cond.
546-0566 $32,500. 582-8601


Motorcycle Helmets, POST I
Nolan, wine color, size
lare never used. $100 OFFICE
an small full face red. OW A
Ex Con $75 . Call NOW R.A._
305-0370 HIRING RHOADS


1998 Avon
Hard bottom inflatable.
80HP 4-stroke Yamaha.
Excellent cond. $10,500
Call 850-585-5915


2007 SIERRA 2500HD 4WD EXT CAB
SLE with Leather & locking Rear Diff MSRP $35,562
Discount/Rebate -$5,565
* You Pay $29,997
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4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


2007 BUICK LACROS
(Last 1 Left) Power Driver &
Passenge Seat, Leather, XM,
Turn-By-Turn"navigation, Remote
, 1 Start, Rear Park Assist


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MSRP $27,089
Discount/Rebate -$3,000
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2007 SIERRA CLASSIC C
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MSRP $26,240
Discount/Rebate -$3,890
You Pay $22,350


2007 SIERRA NEW BODY 2WD CREW CAB
SLE, V8, HD Trailer Pkg., Locking MSRP $30,815
Rear Diff. Discount/Rebate -$4,330
You Pay $26,485


j . OQH NION
o (850) 682-1800
6542 Bill Lundy Road - Well-maintained 3 bd/1.5 ba home locat-
ed in a country setting. New metal roof in 2005; fenced-in backyard and
storage shed.
6353 Old River Road -17.98 acre parcel located in Baker. The sin-
glewide mh located on the property is being sold "as is." Great place to
build your dream home!
6471 Possum Ridge Road - Beautiful 2 story home located on
16+ acres overlooking a pond in Crestview. Stone fireplace w/gas logs;
open floor plan; gas-powered generator.
4644 Bobolink Way - Well-maintained 1997 singlewide mobile
home located on two lots in a platted subdivision. MH and storage shed
are being sold "as is." Great investment!
(850) 682-1800 828 N. Ferdon Blvd.
SCrestview, FL 32536
MLsi www.janetjohnsonrealty.com




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Real Estate
T__CIL� 682-6156 t

UPGRenESI Pre-wired for alarm syst m, formal dining with i
wood flooring & covered rear porch, built by J.L Knight.
A MLS#451i179 S271,900-Lutillo King 582-9696
4Be, 2.58A new construction, Many upscale features, fully
equipped kitchen, custom landscaping & covered parch.
MLS# 459047 $259,000oo-Jenny Teea S82-821
REDUCEOI 5 acres of private wooded property located
Al on a cul-de-sac in C(eor Creek Estates.
MLS#456423 S95,00--Debra Frost 305-9752
5 loss available in Piney Woods Subdivision. Close to Baker
school. MLS#444427 S29,900ea- Bruce Tooel 582-3822 L
REDUCEDr 38R,1 2 a!- brick an I acsa ire place, lfnced back lt
yard, pergola, covered patio, oversized shower w/seat.
S MLS#462408 S189,800--Pati Griffin 758-0133
S4 66 ACRES/WATERFORNT! 3B0, 2.5BA updated home w/new
rool, skylights & flooring. Workshop, greenhouse,& garage. L
MLS#451593 5289,900-Diana Baker 685-5135 4
S182 Acre lot has some wetlands, Pond Creek does flood at lA
l times. Permanent structures should be on stilts .
MLS#464634 S$5,000-Dave Russell 685-8125 1
. _. ~499 N. Ferdon lvdd.
A rk 11 ., Crestview, Fl., 32536
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2007 GMC ENVOY MSRP $30,760
Leather, Sunroof, Bose, 6-Disc Changer, Discount/Rebate -$4,010
Power Front Pass., Turn-By-Turn You Pay $26,750
Navigation. u .y


2006 PONTIAC
All New Crossover
(only 1 Left)
0% for 60 months
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MSRP : $26,300
Discount/Rebate -$6,303


You Pay


$19,997


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wa .991 no-.. n8Y


C 01 Oldsmobile Alero
A 03 Chevrolet Malbu
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*05 Cadillac CTS
05 Cadillac Deville
*07 Malbu LT
07 Pontiac G6;,...,.,..u,


as 51975 now$56,900
was 58,975 now S6,900
was 59,975 now $7.900
was 209175 now S18,900
was $22,975 now 19,900
was S16.975 no $S13,900
starting at 14,900


*03 Chevrolet 1500
* 03 Dodge Ram 1500
* 05 Ford F150 XLT Crew
* 05 Ford Sport Trac
.07 Ford F150 XLT Crew
*07 GMC Sierra Crew
4WD SLT


was S13.975now S12.900
was 59.975 now 57.900
,as S20,975 now 18,900
was S20,975 now S16,900
was S25.975 noS 722900
msp 544.800 noS 535.900


S 03 Cadillac Escalade
* 04 GMC Yukon XL SLT
* 06 GMC Envoy Denali
V .06 Range Rover
Supercharged
*07 GMC Yukon SLE
* 07 GMC Yukon SLT


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* 100,000 miles/5 Year Powertrian Limited Warranty
* 3 month/3,000 mile Bumper to Bumper Warranty
* Roadside Assistance and Courtesy Transportation
* Warranty has $0 Deductible and is transferable
* Free CARFAX History Report


Certified
USED VEHICLES


-as $25.975 now S2 3,900 V 03 Chysler Voyager
was S24,975 no, S?2,900 A Van
was 529,975 now 576.900 * 06 Chevrolet Cargo
mnsrp 591.800 now 569000 N Van
S06 Pontiac Montana
was 30,975 now 528,900 SV6 Van
was S36.975 now., 32.900 *01 Buick Terraza Van


wasS9975 no-S58,900

was S7,975 no S14.900

was S17,975 no- S16,900
.as S24.9715 noS22.900


2.9% *for 60 Months on ALL Pontiac G6s and Chevy Cobalts

4.9% *for 60 Months on ALL Chevrolet TrailBlazers, GMC
Envoy, Pontiac Grans Prixa
7.9% *for 60 Months on other GM Certified Buick, Chevrolet,
Pontiac and GMC Trucks
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2007 PONTIAC G5 COUPE 2006 PONTIAC GTO
Auto, Power Windows, Locks, AIC, MSRP $15,845 400 HP of Pure American Muscle MSRP $33,290
AMIFM CD, Power Mirrors Discount/Rebate -$2,096 (only 2 Left) Discount/Rebate -$4,500
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FT. WALTON BEACH 243-7214
4150 FERDON BLVD CRESTVIEW

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