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Syble Harrison, widow of Laurel Hill Citizen of the Year
John Harrison, receives a plaque from Mayor James Dunn.
John Harrison was honored posthumously during the (
Laurel Hill City Council meeting Thursday.


Tribute highlights


Laurel Hill City


Council meeting


Along for the ride



On the scene with the Street Crimes Unit

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When the Crestview Police
Department Street Crimes Unit
rolled Wednesday afternoon,
the News Bulletin rolled with it.
It's one thing to report on
the unit's activities after the
fact, sitting comfortably in our
offices, perusing arrest reports
and clarifying details over the
'phone.
It's quite another to be there
when officers are preparing for
a mission and then executing it.
Following a period of sur-
veillance, CPD obtained and
served a search warrant at 215
Field Ave. The target was sus-
pected of dealing in drugs. It
was the 17" warrant the unit
served this year.
"We have investigators in _
place and we have real-time
surveillance in place," Street
Crimes Unit commander Lt.
Joseph Floyd explained before
the unit served the warrant. "As
soon as my surveillance tells
me that the target is at the resi-
dence, we're going to go there...
and serve the search warrant."
Floyd briefed his team at po-
lice headquarters, making sure
each member knew his or her
role. A steady stream of real-
time intelligence was called into
walkie-talkie phoAes, keeping
the group abreast of the target's
activities.
A final briefing in the park-
ing lot included.both plain-
clothes and uniformed patrol-
men who would back up the.
Street Crimes Unit.'
Then unit members donned Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Joe Stevens is escorted to an awaiting police car by Patrolman Brian
See RIDE 4 Crawford after being arrested on drug charges at 215 Field Ave.


church.
"The three things John
loved the most were his
church, the Laurel Hill
Hoboes and his letter car-
riers," McVay said.
Mayor James Dunn
presented a plaque to Har-
rison's widow, Syble.
"I'm sure he would
have loved it if he could
have been here, and I wish
he would have," Syble
Harrison said. "I wish he
would have gotten to talk
to you tonight himself.
"Now that would have
made him happy."

Council meeting
The positive vibes car-
ried over to the regular
council meeting, which
concluded in 44 minutes.
The council's heated April
24 meeting lasted well past
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Wet Saturdays the norm so far in 2008


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Does it seem like it has
rained every Saturday
this year?
It's not far from the
truth.
The weather forecasts
predict blue skies today,
but Crestview has accu-
mulated 9.42 inches of
precipitation on Satur-
days in 2008.
The city has not re-
ceived more than 3.45
inches on any other day
of the week, according to
the local almanac on the
wunderground.com Web
site.
Faculty in the science
department at Okaloosa-
Walton College chalk up
the numbers to coinci-
dence.

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WEATHER REPORT
Pro,:pritti.ron brear'.d.A.,. r, 0'. da, of the eek Ir, 2008.
Sunidas 33 inc:ries, ore si.grnifl'ant rainfall
Monday: .06 inches, 0 significant rainfalls
Tuesda,s 2..37 n irir s, three significant rairifallsI
'Vedrire.:i a, s 2.-2 in.:nes. three signiticanit rainialls
Thijuri.Ja, , .45 ir.,:l-he_, three .iignficrant rainfalls
Fid3d's 2 .:-. inches,, to r igrificart rainfalls
Saturday: 9.42 inches, six significant rainfalls


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"I think that would
be happenstance," said
Dr. Allison Beauregard
Schwartz, who teaches
environmental science
at the school. "But it is
fun to play with those
things."
Physical sciences pro-
fessor Anthony Russo
said tail ends of frontal
systems moving through
the area have caused the
weekend rains, but said


TABLE OF CONTENTS
WEATHER ..................... 2
RELIGION .................... 3
COMMUNITY PHOTOS .......... 5


the timing of the fronts is
random.
"Sheer dumb luck," he
said. "Actually, we are
heading into a dry season
and we could use some
more rain."
Six significant rainfall
events have hit Crest-
view on Saturdays this
year, two more than any
other day. The biggest
dumped 5.76 inches of
precipitation on the city


on April 5.
Events like the Ameri-
can Legion Luau on April
5, the Crestview Relay
For Life on April 19 and
the Old Spanish Trail Fes-
tival this past weekend
were impacted by the
Saturday rains.
Coincidentally, the
city has not experienced
significant rainfall on a
Monday yet this year.
Russo offered perhaps
the most sensible expla-
nation.
"It always rains when
you don't need it to," he
said.

Have the frequent Satur-
day rains ruined any of your
weekend plans in 2008?
Vent your frustrations by
posting a comment at crest-
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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL - This
was Laurel Hill at its best.
A moving tribute to
Citizen of the Year John
Harrison set the tone for a
good-natured City Coun-
cil meeting on Thursday
night.
Prior to its regular
meeting, the city posthu-
mously honored Harrison,
who passed away this past
Dec. 31.
Council Chair Vizell
Robbins and Laurel Hill
First Baptist Church Rev.
Mike McVay spoke about
Harrison's contributions
to the city.
Harrison served more
than 30 years as a rural let-
ter carrier in the area. He
was an avid supporter of
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About 50 people attend

Covenant Hospice event


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

After reading Cov-
enant Hospice's mission
statement one might walk
away and say it is just a
bunch of nice-sounding
corporate words.
When you get to know
the staff and volunteers,
you begin to understand
the mission statement is
more than words. It is
compassionate action.
That became readily
apparent this past Sun-
day, when Crescent Park
Village Assisted Living
Facility hosted the annual
Remembrance Celebra-
tion.


Dolores Russell, a hos-
pice volunteer and recent
widow, gave a heart-
warming account of her
life with her late husband,
a career Navy man.
Russell told the audi-
ence of about 50 of travel-
ing the world as a Navy
wife and about some of
the exotic ports of call they
made together. She spoke
about the good times and
not so good times. Rus-
sell spoke eloquently
and emotionally, and her
words resonated through
the crowd because most, if
not all, had gone through
the most difficult of times.
They too reflected
upon a time when their


loved ones held them in
their arms. They too knew
what it was like to lose a
spouse, child, or friend.
Through it all, Covenant
Hospice staff members
and volunteers were at
their side.
"It is not easy," said
Russell, "but you learn
death is part of the cycle
of life, and those of us who
survive must move on.
Our loved ones would not
want it any other way."
After a moment reflec-
tion she said, "I am so
thankful Russ and I had
our time together Pecause
we did so much together.
We walked the ruins of
Pompeii, visited the Vati-
can, and we've walked
into the Grand Canyon,
so these are'priceless, in-
delible memories that will
never fade."


At that point, she read
a poem she had written
several years prior to her
husband's death. It is ti-
tled "Alone." It is tender
and touching, but it also
explains what it is like to
be a Navy wife,
It might have been writ-
ten by an Army, Marine
Corps, or Air Force wife.
Even though the names of
the services are different,
the loneliness isn't.
As she read the poem,
one could see the recogni-
tion in the eyes of those
who sat in attendance.
They too had been where
Russell had been.
The ceremony was
beautiful, poignant and
touched those who at-
tended. Most of all it was
a service of remembrance.
As Russell said, "You
can't take those away."


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Police arrest alleged


animal abuser


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Police officers
recently responded to a call
at La Rumba Restaurant on
John King Road regarding
a physical altercation.
According to the arrest
report, Woranut "Anna"
Smith, 27, of Crestview,
a Thai native, had been
shaking her small Pomer-
anian dog, named Paris,
which she also "grabbed
by the legs and twirled in
a circle."
"The animal screamed
in pain," the report stated.
A witness seated at an
outdoor table reported
that Smith hopped over
the fence enclosing the
outdoor eating area "and
started shooting and curs-
ing."


When the witness asked
her stop, Smith "became
violent and threw a glass
containing an alcoholic
beverage across three ta-
bles."
The glass struck the wit-
ness's husband, fell in his
plate and shattered. The
witness was struck by a
shard of glass on her right
arm. Her husband was
struck by another piece on
his right foot.
Five other restaurant
patrons gave sworn state-
ments that supported the
affidavits of the witness
and her husband.
Based on these state-
ments, Smith was arrested
and charged with aggra-
vated battery causing bodi-
ly harm, battery causing
bodily harm, and torture of
an animal.


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CRESTV �wAGENDA


The city of Crestview
has announced the agenda
for the City Council meet-
ing Monday. The meeting
begins at 6 p.m. in council
chambers. The public is
invited and encouraged to
attend.
1. Approval of Consent
Agenda-
2. Wellness Monthly &
Quarterly Drawing - Pres-
ident Conyers.
3. New Business:
a. Addison Place Apart-
ments - City Attorney.
b. Ordinance #1395
implementing the stipu-


lated settlement agree-
ment between the City of
Crestview and the Florida
Department of Commu-
nity Affairs. Requested by
Administrative Services.
c. E. Harris Drew Nom-
inations - Deputy City
Clerk.
d. Council Vacancy Dis-
cussion - Administrative
Services Department.
e. Set Workshop Meet-
ing date - Administrative
Services Department.
4. Mayoral Report.
5. Business from the
Floor.


I CLIFATIaS


The Old Spanish Trail
Festival Treasure Hunt trea-
sure was found on a hur-
ricane tie-down strap "un-
der" a shed near the Crest-
view Community Center.
Previous information given


regarding the treasure being
found inside of any structure
was erroneous and should
be ignored. The information
was unclear in the Wednes-
day edition of the Crestview
News Bulletin.


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Special to the News Bulletin
Members and volunteers with Out of This World Ministries put a new roof on the home of
a Crestview woman.



Called by a carpenter

Out of This World Ministries makes difference in community


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

By day, Deputy Paul
Mixon's boss is Okaloosa
County Sheriff Charlie
Morris.
In the evening and on
weekends, it's a Jewish
carpenter.
Mixon is founder of Out
of This World Ministries, a
home repair ministry. The
group currently is made
:up of seven members from
seven area churches.
"We're nondenomina-
tional," Mixon said. "We
have no barriers there."
Mixon started the
unique ministry in Febru-
ary. It grew out of Mixon's
personal search to find
what work God wanted
him to perform.
"It was an idea I had, but
i feel it was God's idea," he
said. "I had started praying
really hard for a purpose
in my life, to find where I
should be going."
Volunteers supplement
the ministry's core of seven
Board members, the num-
'ber varying depending


HOW TO HELP
To volunteer with Out of This World Ministries, make dona-
tions of funds or ruildin;g supplies, or for home repair as-
sistance, call Paul Mixon at 8f.Cl 362-8846, or write 7582
Hwy. 189 N, 3B.ler FL 325-31


on the scope of the project
they're tackling.
"We really feel it's
God's purpose to be a
home repair ministry for
folks who can't afford it,"
Mixon said.
The group's first proj-
ect was installing a handi-
capped ramp on a home in
DeFuniak Springs.
Then the group came
to the rescue of Dorothy.
Bess, a Crestview woman
whose roof caved in dur-
ing a storm.
. They then tackled mak-
ing a house wheelchair-
accessible when one of its
residents became mobility-
impaired.
None of the ministry
members are professional
carpenters or contractors,
Mixon said.'That doesn't
stop them.
They are, after all, in-
spired and guided by the


man who before his own
ministry was a humble car-
penter in Nazareth.
"It's his idea!" Mixon
said.
"On the projects, we con-
sulted with professionals
to make sure we do things
right," Mixon added.
All materials ised in the
projects have been donated
or bought with donated
funds. The Shalimar Pres-
byterian Church gave the
ministry a grant of $2,500
to complete the first two
projects.
Recently the old Black-
man Community Church
building was donated to
the group, though "it needs
a lot df work," Mixon said.
/ The sanctuary will be-
come a community chapel.
The Sunday school rooms
in the back will be the Out
of This World Ministries'
offices.


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


a 'Done' doctrine and 'do' doctrine


Study to shew thyself
approved unto God, a work-
man that needeth not to be
ashamed, rightly dividing the
word of truth. - 2 Timothy
2:15
The epistles of the New
Testament can often be
separated into two catego-
ries. They contain those
things God has done for
us and the things that
we ought to be doing as
Christians. It is our re-
sponsibility'to diligently
study the Bible and rightly
divide the work that the
Lord has done for his peo-
ple from the works that
we are to be engaged in.
Let us look at examples
of the "done" doctrine.
The Book of Ephesians
contains both "done" and
"do" doctrine. The first
three chapters address
what the Lord has done
for his people. Chapter
1 addresses the doctrine
of predestination. Some
will argue that election
and predestination are the
acts of God looking down
through time to see who
would accept him and
choose to serve him in this
world. Thus, they try to
place this doctrine in the
'do' category of Biblical


FROM
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S---' PULPIT

Michael Green Jr.

teaching. However, we
read in Ephesians 1:3-6,
"Blessed be the God and
Father of our Lord Jesus
Christ, who hath blessed
us with all spiritual bless-
ings in heavenly places in
Christ: According as he
hath chosen us in him be-
fore the foundation of the
world, that we should be
holy and without blame
before him in love: Hav-
ing predestinated us unto
the adoption of children
by Jesus Christ to himself,
according to the good
pleasure of his will, to the
praise of the glory of his
grace, wherein he hath
made us accepted in the
beloved."
The Apostle Paul
clearly writes that we were
predestinated according
to the good pleasure of
Christ's will; not our own.
Notice how many occa-
sions God is referenced
in this passage. He did all


of the work necessary to
make us (God's children)
accepted in the beloved.
When rightly divided, the
word of God unequivocal-
ly teaches that predestina-
tion is a 'done' doctrine.
The new birth, salva-
tion and faith are some
other works that were
done for us by God
through Jesus Christ.
Ephesians 2:1 states, "And
you hath he quickened,
who were dead in tres-
passes and sins". In the
following verses Paul lists
the ways of carnal man.
Then, he highlights the
source of our new life in
verse 5. "Even when we
were dead in sins, hath
quickened us together
with Christ (by grace ye
are saved)."

Michael Green Jr. is pas-
tor of Palm Chapel Primitivw
Baptist Church (www.palm-
chapel.org) in Crestview.
Palm Chapel iheets every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m..and
Wednesday at 6 p.m. Pas-
tor Green can be contacted
at 689-3383 or by e-mail at
pastor@palmchapel.org. He
warmly invites you to come
and worship at Palm Chapel
Primitive Baptist Church.


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Wednesday.

EVENTS
CAR WASH FUNDRAISER
TODAY: Calvary Apostolic Church
will hold a car wash fund raiser
Saturday from 8 a.m. at CVS at the
corner of U.S. 90 and State Road
85. Donations are welcome.
All proceeds will benefit the
church's Back to School Bash. For
details, call 682-6191 or 682-1776.
LAY YOUR ADDICTION TO
REST: Rollin' for Christ, a ministry
founded by John and Cynthia Bass
of Crestview, is hosting a second
outreach in Okaloosa County in
May.
It will he held at Fairview Park


in Crestview during May Day. For
information on either event, call
Ministers John and Cynthia Bass at
682-9176 or e-mail rollinforchrist@
cox.net.
EGLIN CHOIR ANNIVERSARY:
The Eglin.Chapel Brotherhood Choir
will celebrate its 33rd anniversary
on Saturday, May 17 at 6 p.m. at
the Chapel Center. Everyone is
invited to come enjoy this program.
For more information, please call
882-2111.
HOMECOMING AT MAGNOLIA
BAPTIST CHURCH, 3198 Hwy 602,
Laurel Hill. The event is Sunday,
May 18 at 9:45 a.m., with music
by the Harrelson Family. Morning
worship at 11 a.m. and preaching
by Brother Danny Starling, supply
pastor. Dinner will follow in the
fellowship hall. Everyone is invited
to attend. There will not be an
evening worship service.
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HOMECOMING: The Hopewell
United Methodist Church will
celebrate Homecoming on Sunday,
May 18 at 11 a.m. Pastor Sam
Persons Parks and the congregation
invites all former members and
friends to attend the service and
dinner afterward. Rev. Parks is the
speaker for this event.
The church is located five miles
west of Laurel Hill on New Ebenezer
Road, just over the state line (10
miles west from Florala on Hwy. 4,
turning south on Covington County
Road 20, and going one mile.
CAMP VICTORY FOR 3RD-
12TH GRADERS: Christian camping
for eight weeks. Each week there is
a different age group. Horseback
riding, swimming, rock climbing,
boating and more activities are
planned. Call (334) 898-7948 or visit
the www.campvictoral.org online to
register. The camp is located near
Samson, Ala.

Signs of



Appropriately this sign at
the Valley Road Baptist
Church was displayed
during the week leading
up to Mother's Day.
Submit your own Sign of
Faith by e-mailing kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com.
Ann Spann / Crestview News
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Just look at the people


who work here.


Celebrating Hospital Week, May 11-17

It takes a lot of talented and skilled people to run any hospital properly.
But we're not just any hospital. The reason we're even more special is
the incredible team of people who work here to provide care for our
friends and neighbors.

During National Hospital Week, we hope you'll join us in giving some
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bulletproof vests, checked
their weapons, and
moved to their vehicles.
The officers are trained
and prepared to use
force in the execution of
their duties, but force is
always a last resort.
"We always want a
peaceful resolution,"
Floyd said. "But we're
prepared in the event
that it doesn't go as well
as planned."
Wednesday's suspect,
Joe Stevens, 24, was well
known to Floyd and his
team.
Floyd said in Febru-
ary the Street Crimes
Unit arrested him on Ja-
cob Drive for possession
of marijuana, and arrest-
ed him again at Addison
Place Apartments.
"We're planning to
arrest him again today,"
Floyd said.
"This will be the third
time we've served search
warrants on him and the
third time he goes to jail
for the same charges."
First came an uneasy
lull. Surveillance report-
ed that Stevens'had left
the scene. For a period
of 15 minutes, there was
little activity apart from
good-natured banter be-
tween the officers.
They'd perk up with
each incoming call tone
on Floyd's walkie-talkie,
hoping to hear that Ste-
vens had returned home.
At about 4:45 came
the call everyone was
waiting for.
The unit rolled,
sweeping up in front of
the well-kept one-story
home on Field Avenue
minutes later.
"That's him!" Floyd
said, leaping from his
patrol car.
Stevens was arrested
on his front lawn with-
out incident. He would
be charged with felony
possession of marijuana
with intent to distribute.
Floyd said that every
time the unit arrested
Stevens, "we always re-
cover drugs, we always
recover a large amount
of U.S. currency, and
he's always continu-
ously back out on the


TRIBUTE
continued from 1
10 p.m.
"Fastest meeting on re-
cord," City Manager Tim
Bolduc joked.
The council met with
three members. Gary Col-
linsworth was unable to
attend, Wanda "Kittie" Ad-
ams' resignation for health
reasons took effect May 1.
* The council unarni-
mously approved first
readings of three ordi-
nances that will amend the
city's comprehensive plan.
* City Clerk Barbara
Foley told the council the
city will receive $4,100.24
to settle confusion over the
city's Elite Trailers prop-
erty taxes.
* Dunn asked Bolduc to
examine future needs for
the city's fire department.
Fire Chief Jeff Sory's re-
port on increased state re-
quirements for fire fighters
caught Dunn's attention.
"My concern is we're
going to find ourselves in a
shortfall because we can't
afford trained personnel,"
he said.
Sory said the depart-
ment has responded to 10
calls in the last month.

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streets."
Stevens' latest arrest
was no different. Drugs
and a significant amount
of cash were discovered
in the home.
Floyd acknowledged
the justice system tends
to work more slowly
than his officers. He also
expressed frustration
that putting repeat ar-
restees like Stevens back
out on the streets poses a
credible threat to officers
and to citizens.
"Everybody knows
when you have drugs
you have violence and
you have weapons,"
Floyd said.
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home, officers found
more than $2,300 in
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means, it'll be turned
over to the police de-
partment. Ironically, the
money will help police
combat suspected drug
dealers, augmenting in-
creasingly tight public
funds.
Similarly Stevens'
late-model SUV may
also be seized if police
can prove he used it in
the commission of the
crimes with which he
was charged.
During the methodi-
cal search of the house
Stevens had been rent-
ing, a false-bottomed
potato chip can was dis-


covered in the kitchen.
"You could probably
store 50 or 60 grams of
marijuana or a quarter
kilo of cocaine in there,"
Floyd said. "To me it
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Floyd said the con-
tainer could also be used
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clude the investigation
on Field Avenue. The ev-
idence kit was filling up
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marijuana. Officers pre-
pared to return to police
headquarters to write
their reports.
Floyd said the in-
creased visibility and
efforts of Crestview's
police force is paying off.
. "We're not a reactive
force; we're a proactive
force," Floyd empha-
sized.
"How many arrests
we make is not an indi-


cator of drug activity,
but it is an indication-of
how effective we're be-
ing."
He noted that the
department's overall call
volume is down, along
with property crimes,
theft incidences, robber-
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"All those crimes
are down. Drugs are a
catalyst to all the other
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way."

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American Legion collecting snacks for


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The local American Le-
gion Auxiliary is making
sure local troops stationed
in the Middle East are get-
ting some munchies.
Legion Auxiliary first
vice president Ashley
Grabowski spearheads the
local effort, which is part of
Operation Military Pride.
Food and toiletries donated
at the Crestview American
Legion go directly to sol-
diers from our area, who
then often share them with
their comrades.
"The guys in the bases
have access to the BX (Base
Exchange). They have ac-
cess to anything we have,"
said Ann O'Connor, presi-
dent of the American Le-
gion Auxiliary. "But the
guys who get deployed
out in the field, those are
the guys who are running


-American Legion Post 75 Auxiliary first vice president Ashley Grabowski, center (green shirt),
and other post members prepare to send two more boxes of goodies to troops in Iraq.


out of stuff."
Compounding the prob-
lem, when members of a'
multi-week field patrol re-
turn to base, the first thing


Bark Park


Barbara Adams / Special to the News Bulletin
The gang's all here, waiting on Dad, Purl Adams III. In
back is Buster, a 6-year-old Labrador. In the driver's seat is
Rowdy, a 4-year-old American bulldog. Riding shotgun is
Red Lady, an 11-year-old pit bull. "They love old Dad!"


Dogwood Garden Club honors vets
The Blue Star
Memorial
Highway Marker
dedicated to
military veterans,
located on U.S.
Highway 90 West, .
is surrounded "
by wildflowers in ..
bloom, planted. by ..
the Department
of Transportation
with seeds
donated by the .
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Club. ,-j~ A : -.-, , .,
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they do is charge to the BX
and quench their appetites
for snacks.
"They come back and
strip the BX, and the guys


don't have anything," said
O'Connor.
Some of the simple, use-
ful and,'yes, least healthy
things we enjoy are often


some of the hardest to
come by out in the desert,
O'Connor said.
"We're collecting things
like granola bars, shampoo,
snackie things," she said.
Boxes are shipped as
they are filled, Grabowski
said.
"Shipping depends how
actively everybody chips
in to give us stuff to send,"
she said. "If we get a lot, it
can be two or three boxes a
week."
Organizers realize ris-
ing prices makes it tougher
for some to afford extra
groceries, but emphasized
that just one extra snack
box or bottle of sunscreen
will make a serviceman
happy.
"What we want to do
is get the message out
to the community," said
O'Connor. "If you're going
shopping, grab an extra
box of granola bars. Grab


'Sleeping
Beauty' opens
at Chautauqua

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

DeFUNIAK SPRINGS-
Before I get sent poisoned
apples, receive evil sleep-
ing curses or am otherwise
pilloried, I know the head-
line above refers to a song
that doesn't come from Walt
Disney's version of Sleeping
Beauty.
It does sum up nicely the
eternal hope present in just
about every animated mov-
ie Disney has cranked out
over the decades, including
the 1959 version of Sleeping
Beauty from which the stage
musical evolved.
We all know the delight-
ful story, based on the French
author Charles Perrault's
late 17th-century fairy tale
La Belle au Bois Dormant
(The Sleeping Beauty in the
Wood).
Mixed in are bits of Py-
otr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's
1890 Sleeping Beauty ballet,
including the famed song.
"Once Upon a Dream,"
which is set to one of the
Russian composer's most
famous tunes.
All of these sources com-
bine to make a colorful,


troops
a box of raisins. And then
just stop by and throw it in
our box."
Organizers also recog-
nize that while not every-
one may support the war
itself, most support the
troops who are fighting it.
"We may not support
the war, but we support
them," O'Connor said.
"It's our guys that are over
there."
Contributions may be
brought to the American
Legion Post 75, at 898 East
James Lee Blvd. during
opening hours, 11 a.m. un-
til around 10 p.m., Mon-
days through Saturdays,
and 1 to 10 p.m. Sunday.
For more information,
call (850) 689-3194. Visit
www.operationmilitary-
pride.org/packages.html
for lists of the groceries and
commodities most needed
and appreciated by the
troops.


Florida Chautauqua Theatre / Special to the News Bulletin
Infant Princess Aurora's fairy godmothers Flora, Fauna and Merryweather bestow magical
blessings on her during her christening under the jealous gaze of the aptly named evil
sorceress Maleficent, who will add a terrifying "blessing" of her own.


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tuneful stage production.
Add the magical touches
of the Florida Chautauqua
Theatre, and attendees are
assured a delightful evening
of live theater.
The musical opens Fri-
day and runs through the
weekend. Friday and Satur-
day evening performances


are at 7 p.m., and a Sunday
matinee is at 2:30 p.m.
The Sleeping Beauty cast
is made up of Music and
More Workshop students,
explained director Beth
Campbell-Work.
Divided into two groups,
Workshop One students rep-
resent kindergarten through


fourth grade. Workshop
Two contains kids from fifth
through eighth grades. The
annual workshops each cul-
minate in a major tnusical
production.
"We have great fun with
our workshops and many
of the kids you see in our
regular theatre productions
are alumni of our workshop
programs," Campbell-Work
said. "We like to perpetuate
ourselves!"

Editor Kyle Wright ranks
which Disney princesses had
it toughest and which ones had
it easiest in the Passing Shots
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Both hosted by Trey Nick
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GBBT tournament
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Gulf Breeze Bait & Tackle is
hosting its pompano tournament
through May 31. Entry fee $10.
$2,500 in prizes, including Top Ten,
Ladies and Jr. Angler.
Speckled Trout March 1-May
15, $750 in prizes, $20 entry fee.
Cobia Pier Tournament starts
when first cobia is caught on Pen-
sacola Pier through May 5. First
Place -Van Staal 275 and Pier Pass.
Pays 5 places.
Inshore Slam from June 1-July
31. Combined largest weighed red-
fish, speck and flounder. Entry fee
is $25. Pays five places plus Ladies
$1,300 cash awards.


Bass Pro tournament
Bass Pro Shops is taking regis-
tration for the last two dates in their


Panhandle Tournament schedule:
May 17 at Lake Senminole and June
21 at Lake Talquin (Ingrams).
The entry fee is $100 per boat,
payable by check seven days prior
to the event, or paid by cash only
on the morning of the event. Make
checks payable to Bass Pro Shops.
Mail payment, with an en-
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be participating, your name, ad-
dress, home phone, boat registra-
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The boat driver must be at least
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The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
will begin selling approximately
4,500 alligator harvest permits on
a first-come, first-served basis at 10
a.m. (EDT) June 3 and will continue
through 11:59 p.m. June 9. The sea-
son runs from Aug. 15 - Nov. 1.
During this period, each person
will be limited to one permit, which
allows the take of two alligators. If
there are any remaining permits
available after this period, permit-
sales will reopen at 10 a.m. (EDT)
June 10, and continue until all are
sold.
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of applying at any county tax col-


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outlet that sells hunting and fish-
ing licenses), and at MyFWC.com/
licensepermit online.
The cost for a resident alliga-
tor trapping license and hide-
validation tag is $271.50, and non-
residents pay $1,021.50. The cost for
each additional alligator hunting
permit is $61.50 regardless of resi-
dency. All fees are nonrefundable.
Any hunter who takes an alligator
must complete and send in an Alli-
gator Harvest Report Form, which
enables FWC biologists to monitor.
alligator population trends and im-
pacts of the annual harvest.
An alligator trapping agent
license is also available for $51.50,
which enables the license holder to
assist atrapper in taking alligators,
but only in the presence of the per-
mitted trapper. All persons seeking
a harvest permit must be at least 18
years of age by Aug. 15.


Senior citizen
exemption ends
An agreement between Florida
and Georgia that allows senior citi-
zens from either state to hunt and
fish in fresh water without licenses
in both states will end qn June 30.
Florida senior citizen residents
may continue to hunt and fish in
Florida without purchasing a state
license, although the Florida Fish
& Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion encourages them to purchase
licenses to support conservation.


Trophy Winners
1st Place Overall: Finest
Kind / Captain & Angler -
Tommy Browning / Weight
77.1 Ibs.
2nd Place Overall: Sure
Lure / Captain - Don Dineen
/ Angler - Pam Dana / Weight
67.0 Ibs.
3rd Place Overall:
Necessity / Captain - Ben
Farey /Angler - Chris Farris /
Weight 58.6 Ibs.


Calcutta Winners
1st Place - $46,500: Finest
Kind / Captain & Angler -
Tommy Browning / Weight
77.1 Ibs.
2nd Place - $23,250:
Necessity / Captain - Ben
Farey /Angler - Chris Farris /
Weight 58.6 Ibs.
3rd Place - $7,750: Unreel
/ Captain - Harold Loeffler
/Angler - Diane Eliason /
Weight 51.2 Ibs.


Big Three
(aggregate weight of top three fish)
.1st Place - $15,000:
Finest Kind / Captain Tommy
Browning. Anglers: Tommy


8th Annual


Browning - 77.1 Ibs., Brad
Cole - 46.7 Ibs. Total Weight
- 123.8 Ibs.
2nd Place - $7,500:
Team Outcast / Captain
Tommy Holmes. Anglers:
Tommy Holmes - 47.4 Ibs.,
Chris Lister - 37.1 Ibs., Nick
Bouzios - 34.5 Ibs. Total
Weight- 119.0 Ibs.
3rd Place - $2,500: Virginia
Claire / Captain John Holley.
Anglers: Jake Dearman
- 44.1 Ibs., Scott Bowman -
37.6 Ibs. Walter Young -
33.2 Ibs.


Daily Biggest Fish
Saturday - $7,750: Team
Outcast / Captain & Angler
Tommy Holmes - 47.4 Ibs.
Sunday - $7,750: Finest
Kind / Captain & Angler
Tommy Browning - 77.1 Ibs.


Daily Drawing
Winners
Saturday - $1,500: Mother
Lode / Coquina Reef Marine,
Inc.
Sunday - $1,500: Shameless
Charters, LLC


Bullein OudoorsTide able


West Bay Creek, West Bay
Date Time Ht
05/01-Th 03:03A 0.5L
04:12P 0.6L
05/02-F 02:08A 0.7L
05:17P 0.2L
05/03-S 09:19A 1.5H
05/04-Su 09:34A 1.7H
05/05-M 10:11A 2.0H
05/06-T 11:00A 2.1H
05/07-W 11:59A 2.3H
05/08-Th 01:01P 2.3H
05/09-F 12:23A -0.7L
05/10-S 01:24A -0.6L
05/11-Su 02:06A -0.3L
05/12-M 02:29A -0.1L
05/13-T 02:25A 0.2L
05/14-W 01:40A 0.5L
05:34P 0.6L
05/15-Th 09:08A 1.2H
05/16-F 09:OOA 1.6H
05/17-S 09:11A 1.7H
05/18-Su 09:32A 1.8H
05/19-M 10:01A 1.9H
05/20-T 10:38A 1.9H
05/21-W 11:21A 1.9H
05/22-Th 12:04P 1.9H
05/23-F 12:46P 1.9H
05/24-S 01:24P 1.9H
05/25-Su 12:26A -0.3L
05/26-M 12:48A -0.2L
05/27-T 01:01A -0.1L
05/28-W 01:02A 0.1L
05/29-Th 12:36A 0.5L
04:16P 0.6L
05/30-F 08:08A 1.2H
05/31-S 08:06A 1.6H


Fishing Bend, Santa
Date Time
05/01-Th 04:41A
05:50P
05/02-F 03:46A
06:55P
05/03-S 10:10A


05/04-Su
05/05-M
05/06-T
05/07-W
05/08-Th
05/09-F
05/10-S
05/11-Su
05/12-M
05/13-T
05/14-W
05/15-Th
05/16-F
05/17-S
05/18-Su
05/19-M
05/20-T
05/21-W
05/22-Th
05/23-F
05/24-S
05/25-Su
05/26-M
05/27-T
05/28-W
05/29-Th
05/30-F
05/31-S


Time
10:35A
10:37P
09:33A
06:13P
07:13P
08:22P
09:41P
11:06P
02:03P
03:01P
03:53P:
04:35P
12:43P
09:52A
05:59P
06:29P
07:02P
07:39P
08:25P
09:21P
10:20P
11:13P
11:55P,
01:58P
02:29P
02:53P
11:16A
08:52A
04:49P
05:37P


Rosa Sound
Ht Time
0.4L 11:26A
0.6L 11:28P
0.7L 10:24A
0.2L
1.4H 07:51P


10:25A
11:02A
11:51A
12:50P
12:44A
02:01A
03:02A
03:44A
04:07A
04:03A
03:18A
07:12P
09:59A
09:51A
10:02A
10:23A
10:52A
11:29A
12:12P
12:55P
12:51A
01:33A
02:04A
02:26A
02:39A
02:40A
02:14A
05:54P
08:59A
08:57A


08:51P
10:0OP
11:19P
01:52P
02:54P
03:52P
04:44P
05:26P
01:34P
10:43A
07:37P
08:07P
08:40P
09:17P
10:03P
10:59P
11:58P
01:37P
02:15P
02:49P
03:20P
03:44P
12:07P
09:43A
06:27P
07:15P


Port St. Joe, St. Joseph Bay, St. Andrew Bay
Date Time Ht Time Ht
05/01-Th 02:05A 0.4L 09:39A 0.9H
03:14P 0,L 09:41P 0.8H
05/02-F 01:10A 0.7L 08:37A 1.1H
04:19P 0.2L
05/03-S 08:23A 1.4H 05:15P -0.1L
I 05/04-Su 08:38A 1.7H 06:15P -0.4L'
05/05-M 09:15A 2.0H 07:24P -0.6L
05/06-T 10:04A 2.1H 08:43P -0.7L
05/07-W 11:03A 2.2H 10:08P -0.7L
05/08-Th 12:05P 2.2H 11:25P -0.7L
05/09-F 01:07P 2.1H
05/10-S 12:26A -0.6L 02:05P 1.9H


05/11-Su
05/12-M
05/13-T
05/14-W
05/15-Th
05/16-F
05/17-S
05/18-Su
05/19-M
05/20-T
05/21-W
05/22-Th
05/23-F
05/24-S
05/25-Su
05/26-M
05/27-T
05/28-W
05/29-Th
05/30-F
05/31-S


01:08A
01:31A
01:27A
12:42A
04:36P
08:12A
08:04A
08:15A
08:36A
09:05A
09:42A
10:25A
11:08A
11:50A
12:28P
01:02P
01:33P
12:03A
12:04A
11:38P
07:56A
07:12A
07:1 0A


02:57P
03:39P
11:47A
08:56A
05:01P
05:31P
06:04P
06:41P
07:27P
08:23P
09:22P
10:15P
10:57P
11:28P
11:50P
01:57P
10:20A
03:1OP
03:51P
04:39P


1.7H
1.3H
0.9H
1.0H
0.2L
O.OL
-0.2L
-0.2L
-0.3L
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-0.3L
-0.3L
-0.3L
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-0.2L
1.3H
1.OH
0.6L
0.1L
-0.2L


Pensacola Bay, Entrance
Date Time Ht
05/01-Th 03:16A 0.3L
04:25P 0.4L 09:24P
05/02-F 02:21A 0.5L
05:30P 0.2L
05/03-S 08:06A 1.0H
05/04-Su 08:21A 1.2H
05/05-M 08:58A 1.4H
05/06-T 09:47A . 1.5H
05/07-W 10:46A 1.6H
05/08-Th 11:48A 1.6H
05/09-F 12:36A -0.5L
05/10-S 01:37A -0.4L
05/11-Su 02:19A -0.2L
05/12-M 02:42A -0.1L
05/13-T 02:38A 0.2L
05/14-W 01:53A 0.3L
05:47P 0.4L
05/15-Th 07:55A 0.9H
05/16-F 07:47A 1.1H


05/17-S
05/18-Su
05/19-M
05/20-T
05/21-W
05/22-Th
05/23-F
05/24-S
05/25-Su
05/26-M
05/27-T
05/28-W
05/29-Th
04:29P
05/30-F
05/31-S


Harris,
Date
05/01-Th
07:50P
05/02-F
11:20A
05/03-3
05/04-Su
05/05-M
05/06-T
05/07-W
05/08-Th
05/09-F
05/10-S
05/11-Su
05/12-M
05/13-T
05/14-W
09:12P
05/15-Th
05/16-F
05/17-S
05/18-Su
05/1 -M
05/20-T
05/21-W
05/22-Th
05/23-F
05/24-S


07:58A
08:19A
08:48A
09:25A
10:08A
10:51A
11:33A
12:08A
12:39A
01:01A
01:14A
01:15A
12:49A
0.4L
06:55A
06:53A


05/25-Su
05/26-M
05/27-T
05/28-W
05/29-Th
07:54P
05/30-F
05/31-S


1.2H
1.3H
1.4H
1.4H
1.4H
1.4H
1.4H
-0.2L
-0.2L
-0.2L
-0.1L
0.1L
i 0.3L
0.9H
1.1H


The Narrows


The Narrows
Time Ht
06:41A 0.4L
0.6L
12:24A 0.8H
1.1H 08:55P
11:06A 1.4H
11:21A 1.7H
11:58A 2.OH
12:OOA -0.6L
01:19A -0.7L
02:44A -0.7L
04:01A -0.7L
05:02A -0.6L
05:44A -0.3L
06:07A -0.1L
06:03A 0.2L
05:18A 0.4L
0.6L
10:55A 1.2H
10:47A 1.5H
10:58A 1.7H
11:19A 1.8H
11:48A 1.9H
12:03A -0.3L
12:59A -0.3L
01:58A -0.3L
02:51A -0.3L
03:33A -0.3L


04:04A
04:26A
04:39A
04:40A
04:14A
O.6L
09:55A.
09:53A


-0.3L 03:45P 1.8H
-0.2L 04:16P 1.5H
-0.1L 04:40P 1.3H
0.1L 01:03P 1.OH
0.4L 10:39A 1.0H.
1.2H 08:27P 0.1L
1.5H 09:15P -0.2L


Choctawhatchee Bay, East Pass (Destin)
Date Time Ht Time Ht
05/01-Th 03:16A 0.1L 10:12A 0.4H
04:25P 0.2L 10:14P 0.3H
05/02-F 02:21A 0.2L 09:10A * 0.5H
05:30P 0.1L
05/03-S 08:56A 0.6H 06:26P -0.0L
05/04-Su 09:11A 0.7H 07:26P -0.1L
05/05-M 09:48A 0.9H 08:35P -0.2L
05/06-T 10:37A 0.9H 09:54P -0.2L
05/07-W 11:36A 1.OH 11:19P -0.2L
05/08-Th 12:38P 1.OH
05/09-F 12:36A -0.2L 01:40P 0.9H
05/10-S 01:37A -0.2L 02:38P 0.8H
05/11-Su 02:19A -0.1L 03:30P 0.7H
05/12-M 02:42A -O.OL 04:12P 0.6H
05/13-T 02:38A 0.1L 12:20P 0.4H
05/14-W 01:53A 0.1L 09:29A 0.4H
05:47P 0.2L
05/15-Th 08:45A 0.5H 06:12P 0.1L
05/16-F 08:37A 0.7H 06:42P O.OL
05/17-S 08:48A 0.7H 07:15P -0.1L
05/18-Su 09:09A 0.8H 07:52P -0.1L
05/19-M 09:38A 0.8H 08:38P -0.1L
05/20-T 10:15A 0.8H 09:34P -0.1L
05/21-W 10:58A 0.8H 10:33P -0.1L
05/22-Th 11:41A 0.8H 11:26P -0.1L
05/23-F 12:23P 0.8H
05/24-S 12:08A -0.1L 01:01P 0.8H
05/25-Su 12:39A -0.1L 01:35P O.8H
05/26-M 01:01A -0.1L 02:06P 0.7H
05/27-T 01:14A -O.OL 02:30P 0.6H
05/28-W 01:15A O.OL 10:53A 0.4H
05/29-Th. 12:49A 0.1L 08:29A 0.4H
04:29P 0.2L
05/30-F 07:45A 0.5H 05:02P 0.0L
05/31-S 07:43A 0.7H 05:50P -0.1L


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SATURDAY, MAY 10, 2008


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May 17 May 24 May 16 May 18
Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte Toledo
SprintAll-Star Carquest N.C. Lottery Hanitz Group
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NASCAR Day is



set for May 16


NASCAR Day (May 16)
is less than one week away
and fans can make their
donations by calling 1-888-
MAY16TH (1-888-629-
1684) or using their Sprint
wireless phone and pledging
their support to the Telethon
by texting their email
addresses to 81714.
This weekend, The
NASCAR Foundation will
donate 50% of the funds
raised from donations col-
lected at Darlington
Raceway to McLeod Health
Foundation in Florence, S.C.


Fans can also support the
NASCAR Day initiative by
making their $5 donation on
www.nascar.com/nascarday
and bid on several larger
than life items as part of the
NASCAR Day online auc-
tion. On Friday, May 16, The
NASCAR Foundation will
hold the second annual
NASCAR Day Telethon at
the Sam Bass Gallery in
Concord. A number of
NASCAR Sprint Cup and
NASCAR Nationwide driv-
ers are scheduled to partici-
pate.


Edwards inks three-year

pact with Roush Fenway


Carl Edwards is staying
at Roush Fenway Racing,
signing a multi-year con-
tract to drive the No. 99
Ford.
"I signed my contract
[Thursday], so I'm staying
*with Roush," Edwards said
just after exiting his car at
practice on Friday at
Richmond International
Raceway. "I looked at
everything and I talked to
everybody and, for me, the
No. 1 thing is looking into
the future and saying,
'Where can I win the most
races and have the most suc-
cess?'"
Team owner Jack Roush
said the deal was a three-
year contract.
"What we had hoped for
was more than that, but
what my understanding was


On the


Bubble

Driver: Sam Hornish
Owner: Roger Penske
Points: 757
Points out of 34th: 2
Points ahead of 36th: 71


Owner
Michael Waltrip
Teresa Earnhardt
Roger Penske
Bill Davis
Margaret Hass
Jeffery Moorad


the last time I knew what
was on the table was that it
was a three-year deal,"
Roush said.
Edwards represented
himself in negotiations,
which he said took about a
week and a half.
Edwards' future with
Roush Fenway Racing had
been in. limbo. His contract
was set to expire at the end
of the 2008 season, but he
didn't provide any hints as
to whether he was exploring
other options or seeking an
extension with Roush, say-
ing he preferred to keep
those matters mute.
Just last week, Roush
said he felt confident he
would be able to keep
Edwards, who is in his fifth
season at the Sprint Cup
level.


Sam Hornish


Driver
Michael Waltrip
Regan Smith
Sam Hornish Jr.
Dave Blaney
Ken.Schrader
J.J. Yeley


Points
760
759
757
686
648
640


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Former Southern 500 Champion Jeff Burton takes a ride around turn three at Darlington on a milling machine as part of the
$10-million improvement project.
Photo courtsey of Darlington Raceway



Facelift for 'Lady in Black'


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Many in the racing world
felt the track which has the
reputation of being "Too
Tough to Tame" had met its
match despite it being the sec-
ond oldest active track on the
Sprint Cup Series Circuit.
Back in 2004, Darlington
Raceway looked as if it was
going to join tracks like the
Nashville Fairgrounds and
Rockingham as those who use
to be.
Darlington lost one of its
two dates and International
Speedway Corporation pur-
chased the track.
Labor Day Weekend
would now be spent in
California and the, Southern
500 was history, but the Lady
In Black wasn't going down
without a fight and it looks
like she has won.
In April of last year the
Board of Directors of ISC
approved more than $10-mil-
lion in funding for capital
projects -at Darlington
Raceway, which is the largest
one-time capital investment in
the 58-year history of the
track.
The last time Darlington
was repaved was 1995 and the
new surface provided the
track record set by Ward


Track


Facts


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IMill DARLItGTIIUTIJr
2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Clint Bowyer - 164.897
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Jeff Gordon - 124.372
Track Qualifying Record
Ward Burton - 173.797
m.p.h. (1995)
Track Race Record
Dale Earnhardt - 139.958
m.p.h. (1993)


5r-


After Dan Lowry 400


Driver
Kyle Busch
Jeff Burton
Dale Eamhardt, Jr.
Clint Bowyer
Kevin Harvick
Denny Hamlin
Jimmie Johnson
Tony Stewart
Greg Biffle
Carl Edwards


Behind
Leader
-18
-104
-123
-145
-146
-177
-198
-226
-265


Buiton of 173.797 m.p.h.,
which still stands today.
Ward's brother, Jeff, won
the 50th running of the
Southern 500 and participated
in the work on the new surface
at Darlington as he drive a
milling machine in turn 3.
"I have never driven so
slow at Darlington," said Jeff
Burton, who is currently sec-
ond in Sprint Cup Series driv-
er standings. "A project of this
magnitude shows a commit-
.ment to Darlington Raceway,
and that is something that race
fans everywhere should be
very pleased with.
During his visit in
February Burton was present-
ed a historic piece of the start-
finish line by Darlington
Raceway President Christ
Browning.
"I consider winning the
50h Southern 500 at
Darlington Raceway the
biggest win of my career,"
said Burton. "Winning at
Darlington is more than a trip
to victory lane and a trophy; it
means your name goes down
in the record books as a win-
ner at one of NASCAR's most
historic tracks."
The 'history is definitely
there as construction of this
track, which is expected to
leave its famed stripe on more


than one Sprint Cup Car
Saturday night, back in 1949
and hosted the first-ever
NASCAR-sanctioned race on
a paved speedway on Labor
Day 1950.
More improvements at
the track include the addition
of SAFTER barrier walls to
the interior front stretch and
backstretch concrete walls and
extending the length of each
pit box by one foot.
Another added feature is
the addition of a new infield
access tunnel in Turn 3, which
will now provide emergency
and safety vehicles easy
access in and out of the infield
area of the race tracks.
. Goodyear is hoping they
are ready for what challenges
the new surface provides fol-
lowing a test involving Jeff
Gordon, Greg Biffle, and
Ryan Newman this past
March.
"The basic transitions, the
banking, and walls haven't
changed," said Gordon, who
is a seven-time winner at
Darlington. "The bumps are
gone, the grip level is high and
it's awesome. They did a great
job."
Biffle, who won back-to-
back races at Darlington from
2005-06, is ready for the race
and what to expect on a track


known for drawing cars into
the clutches of the outside
wall.
"I'm happy with the new
surface," said Biffle. "There
aren't any bumps or dips that
we noticed.
"I was pretty impressed
with how smooth it was."
Daytona 500 winner
Ryan Newman is another who
can't wait for this weekend's
race.
"It is the most challenging
track that we have and that's
why I enjoy it the most," said
Newman. "You always are
having to adjust there."
A full field of cars is
expected again this Saturday
night, but don't expect it to be
anything like the 75 cars in
Darlington's first race as qual-
ifying extended over two
weeks.
Johnny Mantz, who won
the inaugural, event in 1950,
was the start of the legendary
surface known for its abra-
siveness on tires, as teams
struggled way back then.
South Carolina native and
legend David Pearson leads
drivers with 10 .wins at
Darlington, while the late
Dale Earnhardt is next with
nine. Gordon leads all active
drivers in wins at the Lady in
Black.


Nationwide


After Lipton Tea 250
Driver Behind
1. Clint Bowyer Leader
2. Carl Edwards -9
3. Kyle Busch -12
4. David Ragan -131
5. Mike Bliss -141
6. David Reutimann -158
7. Brad Keselowski -183
8. Jason Leffler -223
9. Mike Wallace -268
10. David Stremme -388


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Legal # 100378
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CML ACTION CASE
NO.: 2008 CA
000168 S DMSION:
JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK, NATIONAL AS-
'SOCIATION AS TRUS-
TEE FOR THE OWNIT
MORTGAGE LOAN
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
CATES SERIES 2006-1,
Plaintiff,


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vs. LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOO SA


SAVANN AH
CHANTELLE HESTER
A/K/A SAVANNAH C.
HESTER A/K/A SAVAN-
NAH HESTER, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SAVANNAH
CANTELLE HESTER
A/K/A SAVANNAH C.
HESTER A/K/A SAVAN-
NAH HESTER
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS:* 4093 Drifting
Sand Trail
Destin, Fl. 32541
CURRENT ADDRESS:
4093 Drifting Sand Trail
Destin, FL 32541
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
ing property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 42, Indian LAKE
PHASE 111 AC-
CORDING T6 THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 16, PAGES)
92-93, OF THE PUB-


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COUNTY, FLORIDA.


has been filed against
you and you are required
.to serve'a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before June 11
2008, on Florida Default
Law Group, P.L. attor-
ney whose address is
9119 Corporate Lake
Drive Suite 300, Tampa,
Florida 33634, and file
the original with this
Court either before serv-
ice on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded I
the Complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 30 day of April,
2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, Fl. 32536-3515;.
telephone number
850-689-5000,. Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
proceeding, or Shalimar
850-651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eqlin Parkway,
S alimar,FL. 32579; tele-
phone number
50-651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.
05/03/08
05110/08
Legal # 100380
NOTICE OF SALE

In accordance with Flor-
ida statutes 713.585
Leavins Automotive, Inc.,
will sell at public auction
the vehicle listed below
to satisfy a lien for labor
and services performed
in the amount of
$137.80. The location of
the sale will be Leavins
Automotive, Inc. located
at 496 S., Main Street in
Crestview, Florida (850)
803-8134 and will begin
at 9:30 a.m. on the 16th
day of June, 2008.
2002 KIA Rio VIN#
KNADC123326163518
If the lienholder presents
a certified check or cash
for the lien amount at the
date of sale or any time
prior to the sale, it will be
considered sufficient to
redeem the vehicle from
the lien claimed by Lecav-
ins Automotive, Inc.
The owner of the vehicle
or any person claiming
an interest in or lien
thereon has a right to a
hearing at any time prior
to the scheduled date of
sale. This can be done by
filing a demand for hear-
ing with the clerk of the
circuit coprt in Okaloosa
county and mailing cop-
ies of the demand for
hearing to all other own-
ers and lienors. The
owner of the vehicle has
a right to recover posses-
sion of the vehicle with-
out instituting judicial pro-
.ceedings by posting
bond in accordance wit9
the provisions of section
559.917, Florida, Stat-
utes (Motor Vehicle Re-
air Act,). Any proceeds
from the sale of this vehi-
cle that remain after pay-
ment of the amount
claimed by the lienor will
be deposited with the
clerk of the circuit court
for disposition upon court
order.

05/10/08

Legal # 100382
IN THE CIRCUIT IN
THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
07-CA-524-C DIVI-
SION: CIVIL
COMPASS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CYNTHIA MEEK p/k/a
CYNTHIA M. ROTH and
�LAWRENCE D. MEEK,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Jane Baril
13304 N.E. 93rd Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98662
(Last Known Address)
CURRENT ADDRESS
KNOWN)
YO ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
OkaloosaCountyy, Flor-
ida:
LOT 11, BLOCK A,
NORTHLAKES,
PHASE 1, ACCORD-
ING TO PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 16,
PAGE 98, IN THE OF-


FICE OF THE CLERK NOTICE IS HEREBY
OF CIRCUIT COURT GIVEN pursuant to an
O K A L O O S A Order Granting the Mo-
COUNTY, FLORIDA. tion to Reset Foreclosure
* Sale dated April 18,
And which postal ad- 2008 entered in Civil
dress is: Case No. 2007CA2112
121 Tranquility Dr. of the Circuit Court of the
Crestview, Florida 1ST Judicial Circuit in
32536. and . for OKALOOSA
County, Crestview, Flor-
has been filed against ida, I will sell to the high-
ou and you are required est and best bidder Tor
fo serve a copy of your cash at The front south
written defenses if any, door of the Okdloosa
to it on Mark J. Horne, County Courthouse of the
the Plaintiff's attorney OKALOOSA County
whose address is 726 Courthouse at 101 James
Blackstone Building Jack- Lee Blvd. Crestview Flor-
sonville, Florida, 32202 ida at 11 00 am .or. ih
on or before June 9, 20th day ol Ma, 2008
2008, and file the orici- the foll6..r.9 described
nal with the Clerk of this property a ~ser Fc.rih ir,
Court either before serv- said, Summrrar, F,r,al Judg-
ice on the Plaintiff's attor- ment, to-wit:
ney or immediately there-.
after; otherwise a default LOT 15 BLOCK A,
will be entered against AND THE NORTH
you for the relief de- 25.49' FEET OF LOT'
manded in the Complaint 14, BLOCK A,
or petition. TOWER ACRES SUB-
DIVISION, ACCORD-
Dated on the 28 day of ING TO THE PLAT
April, 2008. THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
Don W. Howard BOOK 4, PAGE 60,
Clerk of the Court PUBLIC RECORDS OF
By: Kitty Sims O K A L.O OS A
As Deputy-Clerk COUNTY, FLORIDA.
05/10/08 Any person claiming an
05/17/08 interest in the surplus
_____from the sale, if any,
other than the proerty
LEGAL # 120034 owner as of the dale of
the lis pendens, must file
NOTICE OF ACTION a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
BEFORE THE DEPART- after the se .
MENT OF BUSINESS Dated this 21 day of
AND PROFESSIONAL April 2008 .
REGULATION IN RE: Don W. Howard
. Clerk of the Circuit'Court.
The license to prac- By: Kathrn Davis
tice Real Estate of: Law- Deputy Clerk
rence Duane Meek.fr.


se No. 2007052772, IN ACC
2 Tranquility Ln., WITH THE A
stview, FL 32536. WITH DISABI
Department of Busi- persons with
s and Professional needing a spe
ulation has filed an modation sho
ninistrative Complaint COURT AD
inst you a copy of TION,
:h may be obtained OKALOOSA
contacting the Divi- Courthouse
o of Real Estate, 400 904-65 1
Robinson St., Suite, 1-800-955-87
01 Orlando, Florida or 1-800-955
801, 1 407) Florida Relay
-5632. If no contact
been made by June DAVID J. S1
2008 the matter of 900 SOUTH
Administrative Cam- LAND ROAD
nt will be presented PLANTATION,
an ensuing meeting 3 3 3 2 4
ore the Department oa (954)233-800
ness and Professional
ulation's Florida Real 05/10/2008
te Commission in an 05/14/2008
rmal proceeding.


05/10/2008
05/17/2008
05/24/2008


ORDANCE
AMERICANS
LITIES ACT,
disabilities
ecial accom-
uld contact
)MINISTRA-
at the
County
at
-7497
'71 (TDDJ
5-8771, via
Service.
TERN, P.A.
PINE IS-
SUITE 400
FL
- 3 9 2 0
0,
* *


Single White Male, 61 Female Dudley Yellow Crestview,
yrs. who is sincere & hon- Lab, 1 yr. old, all shots,
est seeking lady 45 to 65 been fixed, great w/kids Garc
for companionship, din- needs a good home due Sat. May
ner & nice smiles. Call to family moving. Will in- SPM. Ma
904-309-0145 clude crate & supplies. 4PM, 29"
y_4--_y_45 Call 817-793-5457 1Formally
. o. Clothier
ome Anti
1170prices.
EARRING found during
yard sale Sat. May 3 -- 13---- Cresview
6824425
6-8- --4 Baby Goats, Pygmy & Huge M
------ . Nubians, LGD Great Pyr- Ya
S ' enees pups. Takin de- Sat. MayI
,4 posits. 85-537-8207 til, 112


or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may
review these documents
upon request. You must
keep the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office notified
of your current address.
(You may file Notice of
Current Address. Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form
I 2 0 I I Future papers
'r. hi: la.., ., w ill be
mailed i.:. ihE address on
record ar the clerk's of-
WARNING: Rule
12.285 Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure,
requires, certain auto-
matic disclosure, of docu-
ments and information.
Failure to comply can re-
sult in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking
ofpleadinas.
Da'ed:04/30/08
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
By: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
05/03/2008
05/10/2008
05/17/2008
05/24/2008






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erything must
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gol 850-918-9479


LEGAL #120035


05/31/2008 IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR THE
LEGAL # 120037 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
IN THE CIRCUIT OKALOOSA
COURT OF THE 1ST COUNTY FLORIDA
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN CASE NO:
AND FOR 2008-DR-2292
OKALOOSA - . .
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: The Marria
GENERAL JURISDIC- of: ROBERT A. NOr
TION DIVISION CASE TON,
NO:2007CA2112 Petitioner/Husband


US BANK, N.A. AS
TRUSTEE
Plaintiff
vs.,
ANN PORTER; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
ANN PORTER IF ANY;
VIVIAN ANN SORRELLS
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF VIVIAN ANN SOR-
RELLS IF ANY- ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY
THROUGH UNDER,
AND AdAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL, DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR'-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS DEFEND-
ANT(S)


RE-NOTICE OF
CLOSURE SALE,


FORE-


r


SHERRY L NORTON,
Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: SHERRY L NORTOC'


A very happy birthday to
a best bi brother a girl
could ask orl
Thank you for being
there for me, no matter
what. I admire the cour-
age you have shown in
ditticult times, and how
you have remained a
wonderful example of a
godly man throughout.
You are in my thoughts
and prayers, and I hope
you have the best birth-
day ever


2010 Carmel Drive Cqlo- ,, ,.
rado Springs, MCO - aryJo
80910


YOU ARE NOTIFIED' that"
an Action For Dissolution
Of Marriage has been
filed againsT you and that
you are required to serve
a copy of your'written de-
fenses, if any to it on JO-
SEPH D. LORENZ, coun-
sel for ROBERT A. NOR-
TON whose address is
1276 N. Eglin Parkway,
Ste. C-12, Shalimar, FL,
32579 on or before the
13 day of June, 2008,
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579, be-
fore service on Petitioner


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Electronics. Baby / Kid
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6100 - Business/
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6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 -. Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals





NEW TODAY
Holt 3+ acres fenced
w/ 2400 sq. ft. office
and warehouse on 1-10
@ exit 45 $1500.00.
month 850-477-0044
850-232-9490
Hwy 85 S Frontagel
Office for rent. 11 indi-
vidual offices, 2 rest
robms, conference room,
kitchen, lobby, parking.
All or part, perfect for
professional office. Ter-
rific location south of
1-10, great visibility. Call
now for details,
685-0470





NEW TODAY

Crestview- 1 br apt,
698 Kenneth Ave. Com-
pletely furnished utilities
mcl. No pets. $700mo
682-3166
Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet gated, no pets
$606mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 585-1574
Crestview
3 br. 2 ba. No Petsl 2
blocks from Walker Elem.
$775. mos. & SD Avail.
May 23 Call 683-1354
or 758-6068


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LG Fully
Furnished Room
In Christian home, pvt.
entrance, bath, kitchen-
ette w/cable, utilities in-
cluded $13Mwk, $100.
deposit 850-682-1363


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reverse $1500
- 585-5709 or 892-0671.
rated 50cc Baja dirt bike, like
new. has all oriaginl
W papers & title Paid $600.
will sell for $400.
537-9706 or 537-8516


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'08 Dodge Ram 1500 QC
Regular Price $26,973
Rebate - $5,500
Loyally Rebate -2,500
Farm Bureau Discount -500
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'08 Chrysler 300 LX '08 Sebring Convertible '08 Jeep Liberty Sport
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6110
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 daily, $175
weekly, Furnished
efficiency $200 Weekly.
$500 4 weeks.
Call 682-4466



Crestview 2BR 1 BA
townhouse. Washer &
dryer. 128 Lake St.
$500mo + $500dep
682-6514
Crestview Eaqles Land-
ing New 2BR, 2.5BA TH,
S. of 1-10. Lg pool &
gym. Extra parking. Lawn
maint provided. $945
mo. 850-528-0716


6140
3br, lba, $775/mo.
$795dd. 1 acre lot. No
smoke/pets. Call
240-0890
Country living 3/4 mile
north High School. 3BR,
1.5BA, $800/mo. +
$800 security deposit.
Call 830-8411 or
582-2722


NEW Nl/AY
Crestview 3 BR, 2 BA,
2 CG. Brand new, l
fenced yard/ covered
porch. Pets OK. $1150
+ DD. 850-6834104
Crestview 3 or 4 br, 2
ba, Section 8 approved,
deposit required.
537-2960 or 830-7944
Crestview
3br, 1ba, House on Au-
burn Rd. Avail. May 1-08
$800mo/$.800dep
689-2831 or 682-6794
Crestview- 4 br, 3 ba
1863sf., 2 story. Fenced
yd, $1100mo+dd. Call
Robin 850 496-8719
Crestview spacious
home. Avail now. Pets
ok. Excellent location
David 850-826-1662
For Lease or Sale
3br, 2ba 2 story house
Sw/pool on 1 acre lot in
Holt area. '$1000mo,
Dep w/references
(850)537-6222 or
50-499-7412




Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc
Equal Housing
0 opportunity
6 2-1800

Crestview
* 606 Henderson St.
1 br, 1 ba, $550
* 1413 S. Pearl St.
4 br, 1 ba $600
* 2934 McCarty Ave.
2 br 1 ba $675
* 68 Valley Road
2 br, 1 ba, $675
* 6020 Gagnon
3 br, 2 ba $775
* 265 Lindber St
3 br 2 ba, $795
* 685 Chestnut
3 br, 2 ba, $795
* 4147 Randi Rd
3 br 2 ba, $795
* 420 Oak Place
3 br, 2 ba, $895
* 3180 Lakeview St
3 br, 2 ba, $825
* 3278 Auburn Rd
3 br, 2 ba, $875
* 651 Panama Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $950
* 6451 Moonlight Ln
3 br, 2 ba, $995
* 421 Juniper Dr
3 br, 2 ba $995
S6458 Moonlight Ln
3 br,2ba,$"100
* 5963 Linene Dr
3br, 2/2ba $1150
* 6462 Moonliqht Lane
3 br,2,ba,$f150
* 460'Jillian Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $1250
Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 204 Booker St.
$550, 2 br, 1 ba
* 227 Walker Circle
$725, 3 br, 2 ba, 1 cg
121 Eloise Place
$925 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg
* 391 Riverchase
$1250, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
* 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$1800, 3br, 2,/2ba, 2cg
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156




share. All utilities includ-
ing digital cable. Small
deposit, $400/mo.
850-902-6032



Crestview
1 person utilities included
w/phone & cable $360.
per month or $90. per
week. 398-5101
Crestview
Available for mature per-
son d 1 Bedroom
furnished apartment. No
Smoking, pets or loud
music. "550. mo. Utili-
ties furnished. 689-1318


NEW TOI/AY


&


Crestview;
month utility's inc
683-0425


S6170
3 BR 2 BA trailE
rent 6238 Old Rive
Baker, FL $700 n
No pets 850 225-3:
lbr MH, washer,
fenced yard, 46
South Brett. $450/i
$450dd. 682-6514
3br, 2ba, large
Large trailer.
smoke/pets. $550
$575dd. 240-0890
Baker; Newly r
eled 2br, 1ba, M
acre lot. $550mo/
dep, no -pets/sm<
Ref. Required 5t37-2
Crestview
2 br. 1 ba. $425
$425. DD Located c
Chestnut @ Cres
Mobile Home Park
305-0776







REAL. ESTATE FOR!
7100- Homes
7110 - Beach Home/
Property
7120-- Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townh
7140 - Farms & Rani
7150 - Lots and Acre
7160 - Mobile Home
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare




Crestview
New 3br, 2ba h
in nice area of C
view. Chair Rail, Ic
ceramic tile, cath
ceiling in kitchen
Seat rc
$125,000.
682-1759
682-5321. Joseph
ley Registered Ge
Contractor.

Crestview- 2 br,
recently renovated
800sf on acre lot
Hwy 90. $69,50C
850 209-4353
For sale by ownei
2ba, large bedr
larme kitchen, 1
$149,900. 240-08S

LOOK
Individual wants I
house for investment
651-0987



Navarre ~
2 story, 4 br, 2Y.
2150sf home on
natural lot. 9' ce
separate living &
rooms, eat-in kitche
whirlpool tub
separate shower in
ter bath. Beautiful,
waterfront neighbor
Priced to sell at t
duced price
$248,750. Call
261-0322, or 685
leave message.



1 acre lots vacc
with home. Auburn
Call 850-240-0890
Crestview- 105'
commercial lot, wa
sewer available.. $
Call 682-8599



16x80 Redmond
2ba dishwasher,
ref.washer/ dryer
excellent cond. mi
moved. $17
228-466-5283
682-2033
16X80 1997 I
wood Mobile
'w/attatched porc
coated in Creslviev
bile home park. Ca
in park or be m
Avail. July 1, 2008,
2'full ba. w/garde
- in each, newer
pump system, sid
side refrig and
washer. Great con
$30,000.
850-758-1227

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dryer, 8110
'mo. + $ Cash $
for Junk Cars!
ya Will pick up. Running for
yd Not Call 585-5004
O/mo. 2004 Grand Am
Looks & runs goddl
Great gas mileage, man-
emod- ual $6,500. Call
5on0 682-0608

25'in . Ford Mustang
S2003
White with grey interior
mo. 94K miles. Great
on E. condition. Excellent carl
stview $6500. Please call
. Call 240-4145
Police Impounds for
Salel 94 Honda Civic
$7001 91 Toyota Camry
4501 For listings call
7 800366-9813 Ext


LOOK
We buy cars, trailers &
boats etc. Running or
notl No title ok.. Call
305-1258

house
cages 812
s

NEW TWIAY
Ford Eddie Bauer Ex-
cursion, '03. Like new,
priced $1000 below
book value. Very clean in
& out. All Power. Loaded,
6CD changer DVD front
& rear tow pkg, luggage
rack. 1 owner, non-
smoker new tires, all
scheduled maintenance,
louse mostly hwy miles, looks &
t"s runs greatly 865-7006



SSpor t truck, uad r
SBar- 2001 Dodge Dakota
V'-6, AT, A/C, new tires,
__ battery & alternator. Low
Miles(55846) bed cover,
1 ba One owner, always serv-
home iced. White with beige
t S. of. interior. $8000. Firm
I. Call (850) 682-4452

r;oomsa3br NEW TOBAY
acre,
90 2002 Toyota Tundra,
AC, AT, V-6, Exc. cond.
Low Miles, $7,500. Call
305-2410
to b Chevy customer delui
tc.ll t1987. L.W.B. good old.
truck $1400.'
1-888-237-3165
Dodge P/U '96 - 318
Ext. cab shortbed, new
trans & digg., AC.
$4,095 oboa
2 ba 850-682-4669 Kevin
large
ilings, FORD F-250 SD
dining
n. Lg. XLT4CREWCAB
an d 4X4'02
n mas-
quiet 76000 ML 4X4,RED,,
rhood. Off Road Pack, VI 0,
he re- New tires, P/WP/DL,-
of Toolbox. Rhino Liner,
850 5TH wheel hitch, tint,
-8048 very clean & runs great
$16500. Cal
850-537-8609



nt or 8140
area.

x420' TW A
iter &
500K. 1987 Ford 351 Wind-
sor 1 ton van. Will con-
sider trades or $1500..
1888-237-3165
Chevy Venture '99, dbl
I sliding doors cold A/C,
3bd runs reati $3100 obo.
stov Call 42-7845
rsto A
s e Dodge Caravan 2002
st be 3.3 V6, auto, AC
,500. $3 295 obo
or 850-682-4669 Kevin

Fleet-
home
h Ilo- | 8160
n sta Honda Goldwing,
ovea. 1982. Great shape. Runs
2 br. perfect. $2250.
en tub 850-398-8008 or
heat 601-813-5530
le by
dish-
ndition
Firm 8170
'94 and up Ford Mus-
............. tang wheels, GT, 5 lug,
17x9. 35th anniversary
wheels. $200. Call
682-9254, after 5pm



97 Sunbird Odyssey
21 FT. Deck Boat, 130
HP Evin Rude engine,
exc. condition $9,500.
i Call 682-9254
24' Pontoon w/trailer,
13' enclosed hard top
,,,,, w/rollup sides 110 HP,
, extras $9,295 OB0
, ... 850-682-4669 Kevin .



I SeaDoo GTX
2 Limited
.... .2005 Under 30hr 215hp
bought new serviced Ic-
- call w/trailer cover GPS
& more $8500 OBO
er 850-682-0294

and 8320

2e -seater o cart.
ie Scorpion RT ,dult/Youth
Fun Cart. New, only 3









SATURDAY, MAY 10, 2008 SPRJfUKI Crestview News Bulletin I JUL


what's . FWC announces new rules, regulations for red snapper
SSpecial to the News Bulletin per regulations, New reef hooking device must be possess and use non-stain-
h a p p e n in g fish gear rules will take ef- constructed to allow the less steel circle hooks when
SThe recreational red fect June 1. hook to be secured and natural baits are used. A
COMMUNITY EVENTS snapper fishing season in * REEF FISH GEAR the barb shielded without circle hook is a fishing


From staff reports

TODAY

BLOOD DRIVES: A
drive will be held today at
Wal-Mart in Crestview -
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Details: Pam Hill, 862-
4216.
SUPER SIDEWALK
SALE: from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. on Main Street in
Crestview. Crafts, yard
sale items, food, and other
goods will be available
for purchase. Shelter
House, Inc. will also have
items for sale. Proceeds
from space rentals go to
Crestview Main Street
Association to benefit
historic downtown
Crestview.
FLORIDA TRAIL:
10 a.m. Florida Trail
Choctawhatchee Chapter
picnic at Rocky Bayou
State Park. Details 862-
9633.
For more on any of
the group's activities
visit http://westgate.
floridatrail.org online.


MISCELLANEOUS

CLEARWIRE JOB
FAIR MAY 13: Clearwire,
a wireless broadband
business, is seeking
candidates for a position
as a technical support
representative.
Individuals should
have excellent general
customer service skills
and a demonstrated
technical aptitude for
general knowledge
of personal computer
hardware and software,
Microsoft applications PC
or Macintosh systems.
On-site interviews
are Tuesday, May 13
from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
at Clearwire's 5520
Industrial Blvd. (Santa
Rosa Industrial Park)
address in East Milton.
If you can't attend,
please visit our website
at: www.clearwire.com/-
careers to apply for this
position as well as many
other great opportunities
with our growing
company.


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Let Us Raise Old Glory
�- At Your House!
There are seven times a year when flying our flag is the
perfect way to show your family's patriotic spirit.
* Memorial Day (May)
* Flag Day (June)
* Independence Day (July)
* Labor Day (through September,11th)
* Veterans Day (November)
* Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January)
* Presidents' Day (February)
MASONIC CENTER CHARITIES can make it easy for you
to do this! For just $35 per year, we will install a permanent
in-ground base for your flag. Then, just before each listed day,
we will install a 3x5 foot, sewn flag (not'printed) on a metal
pole in front of your home and take it down afterwards.
The modest $35 a year supports numerous children's
programs throughout the greater Crestview area.
Act Now! Call Joe Hobart at (850) 689-0272 or
James Moore at (850) 689-1603 to order your flag.
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A partnership between Concord Lodge'#50
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302 N. Wilson Street
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


Florida waters in the Gulf
of Mexico reopened April
15 and will remain open
until Nov. 1. Florida waters
extend nine nautical miles
from shore in the Gulf.
There have been some
recent, significant changes
to Gulf red snapper regula-
tions.
The bag limit for sport
anglers in the Gulf has
been lowered from four
fish daily per person to two
fish per person. The cap-
tain and crew of fbr-hire
vessels in the Gulf may not
keep the recreational bag
limit.
The recreational red
snapper fishing season in
Gulf federal waters will
now open on June 1 and
close on Aug. 5. Gulf fed-
eral waters extend well off-
shore beyond state waters.
The minimum harvest
size for recreational red
snapper in the Gulf re-
mains unchanged at 16
inches total length.
More information about
red snapper management
and regulations is avail-
able online at MyFWC.
com/marine/.
In addition to the snap-


RULES: New rules for
state and federal waters
of the Gulf of Mexico will
require all commercial
fishers and recreational
anglers fishing for any
Gulf reef fish species to use
circle hooks, dehooking
devices and venting tools.
New rules are effective on
June 1, 2008 in all waters
of the Gulf of Mexico and
affect all reef fish species
including groupers, snap-
pers; amberjacks, trigger-
fish, porgies, sea bass, hog-
fish and tilefish.
Fishers and anglers are
being asked to be respon-
sible and acquire and use
the required gear when
fishing for reef fish species.
FWC law enforcement offi-
cers will be taking an edu-
cational approach toward
enforcement before and
after the implementation
of the new rules.
* DEHOOKING DE-
VICES: The new rules
* require fishers on all ves-
sels fishing for reef fish in
the Gulf to possess and
use a dehooking device
to remove hooks embed-
ded in Gulf reef fish with
minimal damage. The de-


re-engaging during the re-
moval process. It must be
blunt and all edges round-
ed, and it must be of a size
appropriate to secure the
range of hook sizes and
styles used in the Gulf reef
fish fishery.
* EVERTED STOM-
ACH: Common sense
should be used in abiding
by these rules. For instance,
if a hook is too far embed-
ded in the throat or gut of
the fish, it is much better to
cut the line from the hook
rather than try to remove
the hook with a dehooking
device. The non-stainless
steel hooks will disinte-
grate in a relatively short
period of time and should
cause the fish less harm.
Also, fish should only be
vented after one or all of
the following characteris-
tics are noticed on a fish:
the stomach protrudes
from the mouth, the eyes
are bulging, the belly re-
gion is swollen, or the in-
testines are sticking out of
the anus.
* CIRCLE HOOKS:
The new rules require fish-
ers on all vessels fishing
for reef fish in the Gulf to


hook designed and manu-
factured so that the point is
not offset, but turned per-
pendicularly back to, the
shank to form a generally
circular or oval shape.
* VENTING TOOLS:
Fishers on -all vessels fish-
ing for reef fish in the Gulf
must possess and use a
venting tool to deflate the
swimbladders of Gulf reef
fish to help release the fish
with minimum damage.
This tool must be a sharp-
ened, hollow instrument,
such as a hypodermic sy-
ringe with the plunger
removed or a 16-gauge
needle fixed to a hollow
wooden dowel. A tool such
as a knife or an ice pick
may not be used. The vent-
ing tool must be inserted
into the fish at a 45-degree
angle approximately 1 to
2 inches from the base of
the pectoral fin and be in-
serted just deep enough to
release the gases so that the
fish may be released with
minimum damage.

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about myself and life
while learning the game.
I really wasn't any better
at football than baseball,
but being on the team was
something more than I
could have hoped for.
I never was a very
good player, but I did
gain a reputation for
knowing more about
sports than any kid at
GBHS. If only there had
been a sports section on
the ACT test. No telling
how high my score might
have been.
It has been said that,
those who can't play
sports coach. I'm one of
those who couldn't play,
but I was blessed to have
a little talent as a writer.
In the ninth grade, I
once promised myself I'd
never do anything gram-
mar related. Instead, I've


spent a large part of my
life at a keyboard trying
to make words fit as I tell
the story of those more
athletically gifted than
myself.-
I once felt cheated that
I didn't have great ath-
letic talent, but I know
I've been blessed with the
greater gift of writing.
How do I squeeze a
half-century of living
and sports into a few
paragraphs? I don't. I just
keep on living and en-
joying the blessings that
come my way every day
by having a job I love.
I am among men most
richly blessed.

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"It's guaranteed $500. We
are hoping it will end up
somewhere between $1,000
and 2,000."
All gate receipts from
Baker's Maroon and White
game this coming Friday
will go to fund the scholar-
ship. The winner will be an-
nounced at Baker's Senior
Awards Day on May 30.
Tickets for the game are
$3. In addition to gate re-
ceipts, Kellogg also brought
in some private donations.
In a true testimony to the
impact Peoples had on the
Baker athletic program, the
Gator baseball team also
established a scholarship in
his honor.
Kellogg said that it was
purely coincidental that
baseball coach, Gary Taylor
came up with the same kind
of idea. Kellogg doesn't see
the two scholarships being


combined to form one large
scholarship.
"Those were the two
sports that he played and
the two places he made
a great impact," Kellogg
said. "These kids - Travis
touched their lives and they
(the baseball team) wanted
to remember him, and we
do too.
"I think it's something for
us to remember that there is
something more than just
the game. Travis gave a lot
more to it than he got out of
it."

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can make their check payable
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SPORTS


SATURDAY, MAY 10, 2008


BLEACHERS


May Day Golf
Carver Hill Memorial and
Historical Society, Inc., is
sponsoring its annual May
Day Golf tournament on May
25.
Entry fee for the
tournament is $45 per'
person in the four-man
Florida lowball format and
includes lunch.
Hole sponsors and door
prizes are still needed.
For more information call
682-79004 or 862-7904

Little League
Membership
Crestview Little League
is holding its Annual General
Membership meeting May
17 at 5 p.m. in the fellow-
ship hall of Airport Road
Church of Christ. For more
information you can visit the
league Web site at www.
crestviewlittleleague.com or
call 423-1011.

Golf Tournament
The Davidson Midddle
School cheerleaders' golf
event is May 31 at 8 a.m.
at Foxwood Country Club.
Format is four-person
scramble. Entry fee is $40
dollars for members and $50
for non-members:
Fee includes: cart, greep
fee, food, T-shirt and lots of
door prizes
Please contact Scherie
Hritz at 974-2533 for details.
Entry deadline is May 16.

Basketball Camp
The Crestview High
School Basketball Junior
League camp will be held
each Saturday from May
17-June 7.
The camp is open for
boys and girls ages 6-12.
The registration fee is
$35. Checks should be
made payable to CHS
basketball.
The camp includes for
days of instruction, lessons
and games.
Players will practice from
9 a.m:-1 1 a.m. each day and
then play games from noon
-4 p.m.
Campers should bring
their own lunch.
Registration begins at
8:30 a.m. in the CHS gym.
For more information
contact Coach Humphrey at
240-4588.

Fore Women
The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce,
along with the Walton
Area, Fort Walton Beach
and Panama City Beaches
Chambers of Commerce,
announce the Athena "Fore
Women" Golf Tournament
set for May 19 at the Santa
Rosa Golf and Beach Club,
presented by Hammock Bay
and Destin Jet.
Proceeds from the
tournament will benefit the
Athena International Award
program for the Northwest
Florida Gulf Coast and the
founding of the Athena
Scholarship Program for
Women.
In addition to individual
entry fees, there are multiple
levels of sponsorship
available. Please respond
quickly as sponsorships are
limited.
Details: Contact
Stephanie Baggett
at 682-3212 or via
e-mail, sbaggett@
crestviewchamber.com.

Senior Aerobics
The Senior Center at Old
Spanish Trail Park on Stilwell
Blvd. in Crestview is hosting
low impact aerobics every
Monday from 9-10 a.m. A
$5 fee applies. Call Tammy
at 682-0647 for details,
and feel free to pick up a
calendar for other activities


at the center.


TOM HAMMOND
MAY UPDATE
Midwest Nationals
MADISON, III. -
Crestview native Tom
Hammonds missed the last
qualifying spot at the NHRA
Midwest Nationals last week-
end.
Hammonds recorded an
elapsed time of 6.641 sec-
onds'and ran the slowest
speed (206.10 mph), causing
the team to miss the cut.
"We made a concerted
effort and picked up with
every run. Everything we
did improved the car, which
is a step in the right direc-
tion," said Crew Chief Jerry
Eckman. "It's disappointing
for the whole team with all
the hard work we put into it."
The car got down the
track competitively in the
fourth round, but experi-
enced some smoking during
the run. Going into the run,
Eckman felt the bottom end
of the third qualifying run
needed to be picked up. He
remedied the situation with
a quick fix of the chassis,
which allowed the car to fare
well. Setups were consistent
with baseline configuration
and were fine-tuned.
"We were excited because
we were making headway
and improvements. But as
a racer, you are never satis-
fied so we have to continue
to keep picking at it because
there were a lot of good
cars running this weekend,"
Hammonds said. "So, we
did not take care of our'busi-
ness."
In the third session of
day, Team Hammonds ran a
lot better than previous ses-
sions. Hammonds recorded
an elapsed time of 6.663
seconds at 206.75 mph.
During the run, Hammonds
experienced clutch slippage
down low, as well as during
every gear change, which
led to tightening the clutch in
preparation for the final ses-
sion.
Hammonds now is on
a five-race DNQ streak, but
Eckman is confident the team
will qualify in Bristol next
week.
"The car is performing
better than it has before," he
said. "We just need to get it
back to the shop, put it on
the dyno, and make adjust-
ments from our feedback."
Eckman won't get to be
a part of the adjustment pro-
cess.
The team announced
Thursday it was releasing
Eckman from his duties as
crew chief.
"Jerry is a good person,
and I respect him a lot,"
Hammonds said. "At this
time, we are going in a dif-
ferent direction with our
race program, and unfortu-
nately we had to make this
change."

LOCAL GOLF
Foxwood Country Club
Thursday Lowball, May 1
1. Alex Reedy, Fred Heiler,
Gene Parish, Steve Mobley -11
2. Jimmy Johnson, Allan
Parsons, Lavaughn Dorman -9
3. Skip Kemp, Neil Locke,
Mac Henderson, Gary Zick,
Brian Kamrowski -8
4. Claude Stiles, Don
Widmaier, Jesse Dennis, Bob
Frazier, Jerry Devoy -8
5. Ron Magruder, Howard
Mitchell, George Bonner, David
Hinnant -7

Sunday Lowball, May 4
1. Debra Henderson, Tommy
Henderson, Scott Hull, Cory
McSween; Philip Weltin-13
2. Tracy Bonham, Will
Bonham, Archie Perez, Tony
Petrea -11
3. Chester Highsmith, Bill
Ward, Chris Faircloth, Bob
Easley, Nick Carpenter -10
4. David Gausel, Chad Allen,
Steve Mobley, Linc Hochmuth
-10
5. Gall Zwirbia, Bob Zwirblia,
Michael Taylor, Anthony Perez
-10


Nick Tomecek / Special to the News Bulletin
This photo of Travis Peoples hangs in the Baker locker room.




Peoples' spirit lives on


Baker establishes scholarship to honor former player


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER-As warm springbreezes
drift across the practice field at Baker
School, the sounds of big hits hang in
the heavy air.
Spring football was one of Travis
Peoples' favorite times of the year. It's
not hard to imagine his No. 53 charg-
ing to a ball carrier from his lineback-
er spot to deliver a powerful lick on
an unsuspecting underclassman.
Peoples, who would've been a se-
nior this fall, died in a motorcycle ac-
cident last July. Yet his former coaches
and teammates carry on his spirit as
they go about their practice routine.
The Gator football team wants to
assure the memory of Peoples lives on
at Baker for years after his teammates
graduate. That's why the Gators have
established the Travis Peoples Spirit
of the Game Scholarship.
"When we lost Travis last yeai' he
was probably one of the kids that just
had a passion for the game of foot-
ball," Baker coach Bob Kellogg said.
"We just felt like we wanted some-
thing that would be long-term and
a continuous thing so his memory
would be carried on.
"We named it the Spirit of the Game
because that's how we felt about Tra-
vis. He was type of individual that
football was all about with hard work,
enthusiasm and excitement and just
all the intangible things."
The scholarship will be presented
each year to a senior football player
that exemplifies Peoples' spirit and
character on and off the football field.
"Our senior football players each
year, it gives them a little help if they
want to continue their education,"


� - , ,- K�A,'*,,.",. ..... -,
Kent Buckner / Special to the News Bulletin
Travis Peoples pursues a ballcarrier during the 2006 season. Peoples died in
a motorcycle accident before the 2007 season. The Baker football program
has established a scholarship in his honor.

Kellogg said. "We set it up where they this is a way we can help somebody
can use it at a junior college, a four- continue on (with their education).
year college or a vocational school. He
'was a kid that helped everybody, and See SPIRIT 11


Looking back on half-century of sports memories


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It seems like only yes-
terday I was waiting five
days to get my drivers
license.
Gulf Breeze had
spring football practice
the day I turned 16, and
my parents wouldn't let
me cut classes.
That day was 34 years
ago. Today I turn 50.
If you hear a deaf-
ening thud from the
south end of the county
sometime today, don't
be alarmed. It's only my
world coming to an end.
Actually, according to
a document I have from
the Mississippi Depart-
ment of Records, I turned
50 at 3:45 this morning. So
the thud might be my old


According to a document I have
from the Mississippi Department of Records,
I turned 50 at 3:45 this morning.


bag of bones getting out
of bed.
. I really am trying to
embrace this 50 thing.
It just takes a little get-
ting used to having
AARP membership cards
come in the mail, or the
thought that I'm closer to
70 than 17.
The TV Land network
recently started a series
celebrating people who
turn 40 called, "The Big
4-0."
Looking at my waist-
line, a series about me
would be, "The Bigger
5-0."
Seriously though, I
have a lot to be thankful


for as I look back on a
half-century of life and
the sports I've enjoyed.
I am old enough to
remember the first Super
Bowl as well as Mickey
Mantle and Roger Maris
at the end of their careers.
I have seen Hank Aar-
on play for the Atlanta
Braves and Paul "Bear"
Bryant coach at Alabama.
I have watched Archie,
Peyton and Eli Manning
in college and in the
NFL.
When I was 9 years
old, Maris was my fa-
vorite baseball player. I
bought a bat that had his
name on it. Forget the


fact that at 34 ounces it
was too heavy for Little
League. It was my stick.
Forty-one years later I
still have that weathered
club that has been bat-
tered by so many games.
I never was much a
hitter, but I do credit the
heavy bat with helping
me develop the powerful
forearms I have today.
My baseball dream
came to an end when I
couldn't make the high
school team.
Football became my
sport, but only because
Gulf Breeze didn't cut
football players.
The two years I spent
on the Dolphin football
team were my best years
in high school. I learned

See MEMORIES 11


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