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survivor


A -Wr-iN


Baker coach
winning
fight against
cancer 10


Saturday, November 22, 2008 w w w. cre stvie w b u I I etin. co0m 50(


INSIDE


Laurel Hill
enjoys Harvest
Supper 2


Local volunteers
in Louisiana 3


Jimmie
Johnson
celebrates
NASCAR title

6


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S High 61
4 Low 26
Sunny and clear with
0 percent chance of rain
Sunrise 6:19 a.m.
Sunset 4:46 p.m.

TABLE OF
CONTENTS
RELIGION ............................... 2
EVENTS ............. 4
OBITUARY ....................... 5
NAS(AR ................. 6
CLASSIFIED .......... ......... 7
SPORTS ............ .... 10

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33rd Year Number 87
10 Pages 1 Sections


OKALOOSA OFFICIALS SWORN INTO POSTS


Photos by ANN SPANN | Nev- hllet.n


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Crestview News Bulletin
Three Okaloosa County officials
with Crestview connections took
their respective oaths of office on
Tuesday.
Okaloosa County District 4
school board representative Cathy
Thigpen and Superintendent of
Schools Alexis Tibbetts were
sworn in 'during a ceremony at
Crestview High School. Thigpen
and Tibbets were re-elected with-
out opposition this year.
Wayne Harris was sworn in as
the new Okaloosa County District
1. Commissioner during Tues-
day's meeting of the commission
in Fort Walton Beach.


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To see more photos I
from the ceremonies at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


At top, Colonel George
"Bud" Day administered
the oath of Office to Oka-
loosa County Superinten-
dent of Schools Alexis sTib-
betts as her husband Buff
looked on. Middle right, []
District 4 School Board
member Cathy Thigpen SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
recites the oath of office
administered by her husband Lee Thigpen as her father Buck Stokes stand with her.
Bottom right, New Okaloosa County Commissioner Wayne Harris (center) with his
wife Suzanne at his side'was sworn in Tuesday by the Honorable Patt Maney.


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Annual Spirit of Freedom award winners named


By ANDREW GANT
Florida Freedom Newspapers
315-4432 1 andrewg@nwfdailynews.com
For years, Bob and Nan-
cy Garcia have delivered
hot meals, new toys and vi-
tal supplies around needy
neighborhoods in Niceville.
They've also volunteered
on everything from educa-
tion efforts to running a
thrift shop at Eglin Air Force
Base.
The couple has never
looked for publicity for their
efforts, but their work has
not gone unnoticed.


They have been selected
as winners of the Spirit of
Freedom Award.
The award is presented
annually to Northwest Flor-
ida residents who exemplify
Freedom Communications'
core values of respect for
individual freedom, self re-
sponsibility, integrity, com-
munity and life-long learn-
ing.
"It's rare, I think, when
you see a husband and wife
who are that committed to
improving their communi-
ty," said retired Army Briga-
dier Gen. Curtis Hoglan, the


Garcias' neighbor. Hoglan
nominated the Garcias for
the award.
"I swear to God I'm hap-
pier than if I'd won it my-
self," Hoglan said.
Bob Garcia, a retired Ma-
rine Corps colonel with 28
years of active duty service,
and his wife Nancy are the
first-ever co-winners of the
honor, now in its fifth year.
The couple celebrated 50
years of marriage this year.
They were very surprised to
be honored.
See WINNERS A4


Spirit of Freedom Award Nominees


A dozen people were nom-
inated this year for the Free-
dom Communications Spirit of
Freedom Award.
The winners are: Bob and
Nancy Garcia of Niceville; and
O.L. "Ole Ellis" of Washington
County.
Other nominees included:
Mark Welton of Crest-
view;
Marietta Birdsell of
Crestview;


Ida Faye Powell of Cres-
view;
Foy Shaw of Crestview;
Crawford W. "Bear"
Henley of Fort Walton Beach;
Jeff Bridgman of Fort
Walton Beach;
Dr. Lynne Reynolds of
Niceville;
Nancy Grigsby of Nicev-
ille;
Larry Keefe of Shalimar;
Gabby Bruce of Destin.


NOFD takes


action in


response to


ballot defeat
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The North Okaloosa Fire District had
two immediate responses to the general
election defeat of its funding proposal
charter amendment.
The NOFD Board of Commission-
ers unanimously voted during its meet-
ing Thursday to consolidate its existing
manpower and the majority of its equip-
ment at the new Station 82 at the Bob
Sikes Airport.
The commissioners also voted to pre-
pare a survey that will ask district resi-
dents for their input on how the NOFD
should proceed next..
The meeting drew greater-than-nor-
mal interest as the NOFD has said it can-
not maintain adequate fire protection in
a growing area at its existing rates. The
defeated charter amendment would have
allowed the department to maintain and
potentially improve its capabilities, but
also would have increased the fire tax for
a majority of district residents.
The commissioners fielded more than
a dozen questions and suggestions from
an a audience of about 20 citizens and fire-
fighters at Station 82.

Thursday's actions
The commissioners voted 4-0 to con-
. solidate most of the district's resources at
the new airport fire station. The depart-
ment will explore ways to maintain some
equipment at its other stations.
"It really is a no-brainer to man (the air-
port station)," NOFD chief Ed Cutler told
the commissioners. "We do save a little
bit of money, but one of the main reasons
is safety. We attempted to provide the best
service we could. Now it's time to consoli-
date and be safe.
"We'll do the best we can with the re-
sources we have. We will continue to re-
spond to the whole district, but we'll do it
from here."
The commissioners voted 3-1 to pre-
pare a survey for district residents asking
tor direction on future actions. The survey
might be Internet-based to save mailing
costs.
"Folks have made their feelings (about
the charter amendment) abundantly clear,"
NOFD commissioner Sam Anderson said.
"It is what it is. Now we need to get some
input and make some decisions that may
be a little tough but need to be made."

Notable suggestions
Three suggestions sparked substan-
tial discussion.
Suggestion: Limit the NOFD's du-
ties to fighting fires.
See NOFD A4


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Saturday, November 22, 2008


THANKSGIVING
BLESSINGS:
Members of
several Laurel
Hill churches
dig into the
sumptuous
bounty provided
by their friends "'"
and neighbors .
at Wednesday's
Harvest Supper.









BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin


Harvest Supper kicks off holidays in Laurel Hill


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL They came from
throughout the north end of the coun-
ty, the young and the old alike, many
bearing covered dishes and mouth-
watering desserts.
By the time they had all arrived,
the Fellowship Hall of the First Bap-
tist Church was packed to overflow-
ing. Hardly a square inch of space
could be found on the almost 30-foot-
long of center table.
The annual Laurel Hill Harvest
Supper is a tradition among the many
churches around the north Okaloosa
County town. It is held the week be-



Please turn in your church news
briefs to the News Bulletin by 2 p.m.
Wednesday.

FALL BAZAAR: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
today at Victorious Life Worship
Center in Crestview, on State 85
North, one mile north of Crestview
High School. Call 683-3633 for more
information.
BIRTHDAY & APPRECIATION:
SonLight Covenant Church invites
you to attend an appreciation and
birthday celebration for its founder
and pastor, Alvin Smith. It will be held
at 11 a.m. Sunday at the church's
new location, 150 W Oakdale Ave. in
Crestview. Special guests are Apostle


fore Thanksgiving and is hosted each
year by one of the area's churches.
Wednesday night's supper was
hosted by Clear Springs Baptist
Church, which started the evening off
with a joyful sing-along of Christian
songs and a brief sermon by its pas-
tor, the Rev. Charles Lennard.
"We love to sing, and we love to
preach, and we love to eat," Lennard
said.
His sermon centered on Laurel
Hill's sense of small-town family,
"family through experience, experi-
encing life together," he said.
"Get together, support one another,
eat meals together, love one another,"
Lannard encouraged. "That's what


CHURCH EVENTS
Jessie and Janice Bates of Illinois.
The service will be followed by dinner
and fellowship. If you cannot attend,
please feel free to come by and show
appreciation for his dedicated service
to us and our community. Details:
Sis. Vanessa Hart, 682-0212.
BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contemporary
worship is at 8:30 a.m. at the church,
5826 State Road 189, just north of the
traffic light in Baker.
DAVE RAMSEY FINANCIAL
PEACE UNIVERSITY: At St. Mark
United Methodist Church. Free
Preview Dates: 6 p.m. Dec. 2 and
Dec. 9.
Classes begin at 6 p.m. Jan. 6 and


family's all about."
Surveying the room packed with
a crowd of approximately 150 people
from various churches and denomi-
nations gave him happiness, Lennard
said.
"We all believe in the same things,
we just worship a little differently," he
said.
With a final prayer, everyone formed
lines on either side of the table and in-'
dulged in the bounty it held.
The holidays had officially begun in
Laurel Hill.

See an online photo gallery from
the event at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.



continue every Tuesday until March
31.
Child care will be provided.
Classes will meet in the church
sanctuary. Contact April Hight (423-
0458) for more information.
EPIPHANY TAILGATE SALES:
The next sale will be held Dec. 6 and
will continue every first Saturday.
Funds are used for Epiphany
Episcopal Church's outreach
activities.
Participants may sell whatever
they like at a cost of $10 per parking
space. Concessions will be available.
Call Mary at (850) 665-3437 for .
details. The church is at 424 Garden
St. in Crestview.


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Remember to offer


your thanks to God


During Sunday school, the
pastor was teaching the adult
class. He selected a middle-
aged couple to act out the
burning bush scene from the
Old Testameht. The husband
was asked to supply the voice
for God. His wife would read
Moses' lines.
All went well until
they got to verse
15. The wife, as
Moses, mistook her
husband's dialogue
for her own and read,
"Say to the Israelites,
'The Lord, the God of
your fathers...' FRO
The pastor inter- PU
rupted her. The R
"Wait a minute. Bro
You're not God."
Without missing a beat,
her husband commented,
"I've been trying to tell her
that for 18 years."
I wonder how many of us
- either consciously or un-
consciously think we are
God. Do we place ourselves
above others? Do we make
decisions without concern for
consequences? Do we expect
everyone to bend to, and
obey, our every whim?
It's not unusual to be
living with these behaviors
and thoughts. For at least 40
years, society has taught us
to care only for ourselves. It
has been drummed into us
that we deserve only the best
in life. And so, we are living
in a time that is driven by
the sense of entitlement. We
are entitled to have all our
desires met.
One result of this mindset
is many people fall into a
form of self-worship. Their
wants and desires take pre-
cedence over all others'. And
many people expect others
to agree they are worthy of
another's admiration. In a
way, many people expect
others to worship the ground
they walk on.
Trud, human beings have
an innate desire to worship /
something. It's just that they
have learned to worship in
the wrong way. In reality,
people have an undying need
to worship, but what some
don't realize is their deepest
need is to connect with God.
We need to worship Him.
We need to revere Him. The
focus of our worship needs to
be God, not the untold other
'events, places, persons or
possessions that possess us.
Let me encourage you
to think of worship as some-
thing much more than what


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people do on Sunday morn-
ing at church. Worship is
actually supposed to be a
lifestyle.
Our worship of God our
bringing glory to God and
praising Him and bringing
Him pleasure is to be what
our lives are all about. The
Bible talks about
praising God as soon
S as we wake up in the
rmAorning. We are not
to say, "Good Lord,
morning." Instead
we are to say, "Good
51 morning, Lord!" We
THE are to continuously
PIT think of God through-
. Mark out the day. And He is
head to be our last thought
before we go to sleep.
Every activity in your
life can be transformed into
an act of worship. How? By
adopting.the mindset that
everything you do, you are
doing for the glory, praise
and pleasure of God. Do ev-
erything as though you were
doing it for the Lord, and
it turns into an act of wor-
ship. Worship then becomes
your way of life. It becomes
your way of thinking. Work
becomes worship when you
dedicate it to God and per-
form it with an awareness of
his presence.
We have been created
with the need and desire to
worship. God is to be the fo-
cus of our worship. Because
He is present no matter
where we are or what we
are doing, we are always on
holy ground. Everything we
do, everything we say, every-
thing we think, can be done
as an act of worship in God's
presence.
This coming week we will
be celebrating Thanksgiving
Day. Let me encourage you
to remember that all you
have is actually a gift from
God. Remember that every-
thing you do can be an act of
worship. So give thanks. Do
so loudly and boldly. Do so
with a grateful heart.

The Rev. Mark Broad-
head is pastor at the Laurel
Hill Presbyterian Church,
8115 Fourth St., Laurel Hill,
652-2164, and the First Pres-
byterian Church of Crest-
view, at the intersection of
U.S. 90 and State 85 in the
heart of Crestview. Sunday
morning worship is at 9 a.m.
in Laurel Hill and 11 a.m.
in Crestview, 682-2835. Web
site: www.firstpresbyterian-
crestview.org.


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Saturday, November 22, 2008


Local


Community Thanksgiving service is Tuesday


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Congregations from throughout Crest-
view will gather Tuesday evening in an
ecumenical community Thanksgiving
service, greeting the holidays and giving
thanks for our many blessings.
The service was organized by a Crest-
view Area Ministerial Association plan-
ning committee made up of the Rev. Bruce
Sheffield, the CAMA president; the Rev.
Dwight Baggett, pastor of Macedonia Bap-
tist Church; and the Rev. Eugene Strick-
land, director of missions for the area
Baptist Association..
Several pastors will lead the service,
said Sheffield, who is also pastor of the host
church, First United Methodist Church of
Crestview. Kevin Lusk, director of First


Locals

aid in


hurricane


clean-up

Special to the News Bulletin
Earlier this month, more
than 70 members of the
Fort Walton Beach Stake of
the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints (Mor-
mons), including a group
from the Crestview Ward,
traveled to Houma, La., to
come to the aid of the United
Houma Indian Nation and
other residents of this city
hit by two hurricanes.
At the request of Mar-
tin Luther King III, more
than 1,400 members of the
church from the Southeast
met in Houma to begin hur-
ricane cleanup. They came
by truckloads, carrying with
them tractors, ladders, pow-
er tools and enthusiasm.
Joined by members of the
AFL-CIO, volunteers clad
in Mormon Helping Hands
T-shirts went to work.
Residents of Houma were
H NI ,-j.


United's music ministry, will direct a com-
munity choir during the service.
Special music will include piano and or-
gan duets performed by longtime pianist
Virginia Kemp and the church's organist,
Leon Curenton Jr.
"Those services are usually pretty
upbeat and lively and fast-paced, and ev-
erybody seems to enjoy them," Sheffield
said.
"I know we're living in a kind of gloomy
time, but we still have a lot to have thank-
ful for," he said. "It's good to be able to
identify those things and celebrate them."
The community Thanksgiving service
begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday at First United
Methodist Church, on the corner of Eighth
Avenue and Texas Parkway, one block west
of North Ferdon Boulevard. It is open to
members of the public of any faith.


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


AMVETS tournament


raises money for scholarship


Special to the News Bulletin
AMVETS Post 35 of Crestview held its
second annual Scholarship Golf Tourna-
ment held Oct. 25 at Foxwood Country
Club.
The event attracted 31 golfers (and
some duffers!).
The $974 raised at the tournament will
go to help fund a $1,500 scholarship that
will be awarded to a high school senior.
AMVETS hopes to raise the remainder of
the $1,500 within the next few months.


"We look for the 2009 tournament to be
even bigger and better," said John Rice,
AMVETS Post 35 trustee and tournament
director.
AMVETS offers its thanks to Foxwood
Country Club; to hole sponsors Sons of
AMVETS, L3 Communications/Crestview
Aerospace, and Brian Carroll of All Points
Painting & Coating; and to all participants.

Send information about your organi-
zation's fund-raising events to kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com.


What's HAPPENING


HELPING HANDS: Crestview Ward members Bishop Hamm,
Jeffrey Burbridge, Chris Johnson, Jacob Kirby, George
Dunn, Brian Giffin and Chris Dunn recently participated
in hurricane cleanup in Houma, La., as part of an
outreach by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints.


overwhelmed and apprecia-
tive of the timely help and
referred to their rescuers as.
"Angels from Heaven." The
Church Welfare Department
sent 2,184 cleaning kits, 1,680
hygiene kits, 1,200 tarps, fire-
wood strips, 25 chain saws
with accessories, hammers,
nails, shovels, brooms, toi-
let paper, cots and sleeping
bags. Three other trucks
from FEMA arrived contain-
ing MREs, bottled water and
ice.
Michel Claudet, Ter-
rebonne Parish president,


noted in his remarks, "I've
never seen anything like
it. You came with smiles. I
see a light in your eyes. You
came without compensation.
You came without complaint.
We needed help, and you are
like the cavalry. I and the
people of Houma will be for-
ever grateful."
Martin Luther King III
said, "As one of the major
religious institutions of our
world, you personify the
ethic of service. I hope to be
working with you over and
over again."


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From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

CIRCUS: Today at 2 p.m.
and 6 p.m. at the Baker Are-
na, 5503 State Road 4. Tickets
are $12, with children age 12
and under admitted free with
paid adult tickets. Details:
(888) 245-3116.
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida Blood
Center will be held as fol-
lows:
Tuesday, Nov. 25 Publix
Crestview, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.
USDA FOOD DRIVE:
Today from 10 a.m. until the
monthly food allowance has
been given out at New Be-
ginnings Church, 412 West
James Lee Blvd. in Crest-
view. Details: Jimmy Smith,
689-2988. New Beginnings
Church is an equal opportu-
nity provider.
BAKER COMMUNITY
YARD SALE: Today across
from Baker School. Booth
spaces are available. Call Fe-
lice at 259-6991 or Nicole at
537-8827 for details.
DEER CLEANING FA-
CILITY CLOSES: Due to
budget constraints and the
need to selectively allocate
remaining funds for the cur-
rent fiscal year, the Division
of Forestry and the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission have jointly
decided to close the Okaloo-
sa Deer Cleaning facility, lo-
cated at South Karick Lake,
north of Baker.
This decision is necessary
to enable continued execu-
tion of the Division of Forest-
ry's primary mission, which
is to protect the public from


wildfire, assist private land-
owners, and manage state
lands. The closure went into
effect on Monday.
The public is invited to use
the Munson deer cleaning
facility, which will continue
to operate and is located on
Charles McCranie Road, just
south and east of the State
Road 4 and Highway 191 in-
tersection at Munson, near
the center of Blackwater
River State Forest.
CHRISTMAS IN
CRESTVIEW TOUR OF
HOMES Dec. 7 from 1:30 to
5:30 p.m. Refreshments will
be served at the festively
decorated GFWC clubhouse
building at 150 Woodlawn Dr.,
Crestview (behind Woodlawn
Baptist Church). The en-
trance fee is a donation of $10
for adults and $5 for children
under 12 years old. For info or
tickets, please call 217-5869
or 682-1416. Ticketswill also
be available at the clubhouse
on the day of tour. Proceeds
will go to club charities.
TOYS FOR TOTS: A lo-
cal Toys for Tots effort will
collect toys for local children
now through Dec. 24.
All toys collected will stay
in the local community.
Businesses or individual
interested in helping the
Toys for Tots effort can con-
tact Melinda Manchee at
(850) 902-7351, or e-mail Me-
lina.manchee@yahoo.com.
CHRISTMAS BAZAAR
SIGNUP: The Main Street
CrestviewAssociationis host-
ing an Olde Towne Christmas
bazaar Dec. 6 at Courthouse
Terrace in Crestview from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
They are selling 12-by-12
spaces for $25 each. Associa-
tion members pay a discount-
ed rate of $20 per space.


The deadline for entry
forms is 5 p.m., Dec. 1. For
an entry form or for more in-
formation, please call Cindy
Harris, at 865-8595 or e-mail
her at clharriszzz@msn.
com. Contact can also be
made with LeVinuia Grimes
or Kathi Ridge at 682-7779.
QUARTER BINGO: The
Crestview Knights of Colum-
bus is now offering Quarter
Bingo every Tuesday. The
games run from 4:30 to 6 p.m.
The K of C hall is located at
701 James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview. Come join the fun.
REINDEER RUN 5K
run/walk, and one-mile
fun run. for kids, Dec. 13
at 8:30 a.m. at North Oka-
loosa Medical center, 121
Redstone Ave., Crestview.
Preregistration by Dec. 1
costs $16; late entry is $18 up
to Dec. 12 and is $20 on race
day. Fun run registration is
$10 any time.
To mail in your registra-
tion, make checks payable
to YMCA Reindeer Run,
and mail to North Okaloosa
Family YMCA, 298 N. Wilson
St., Crestview, FL 32536; or
register online, visit, active.
com, ecymca.org ornwftc.
com,
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ties are available. Call 689-
2999 for details on sponsor-
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Saturday, November 22, 2008


Local


NOFD from page Al


WIN NERS from page Al


NOFD response: The
savings would be minimal
because the NOFD does not
pay for additional person-
nel to respond to EMS calls,
motor vehicle accidents and
other non-fire calls.
Suggestion: Ask the
county to assume fire pro-
tection responsibilities for
Bob Sikes. Airport, under
the logic that the all county
taxpayers should pay for
fire protection at a county
airport.
NOFD response: The
idea has not been formal-
ly discussed between the
NOFD and the Okaloosa
County commissioners, but
at least one NOFD commis-
sioner expressed interest in
seeking "better county par-
ticipation."
Suggestion: Form a
single fire district for the
north half of north Oka-
loosa County.
NOFD response: The
NOFD said it favors the idea
but other fire districts in the
area do not. The NOFD said
the process could only start
with a citizen petition to the
state legislature.
"We have absolutely no
power to (merge the dis-
tricts)," NOFD chairman
Will Reeves said.


Quotes of the night
NOFD commissioner
Julie Slezia best summed
up the frustration of many
NOFD personnel:
"It's hard to watch what
you've been working on
building up for 10 years get
shot in the head."
NOFD resident Bill Ter-
rell likely expressed the sen-
timents of those who were
opposed to the NOFD's char-
ter amendment proposal:
"You need to tighten your
belt like everyone else in this
country. You've got people
who can't pay their bills, and
every time you turn around
it's people wanting money,
money, money."

Things you should know
The NOFD says its bud-
get is balanced for the 2009
fiscal year.
The NOFD cannot raise
its fire tax more than three
percent per year or more
than the state average in-
come growth rate without a
public referendum.
Learn more about the
NOFD at www.nofdfire.org.
Post your thoughts on the
North Okaloosa Fire District
issue at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.


"I just wanted to give back
to the community," Bob said
simply, sitting with Nancy in
the couple's home in Blue-
water Bay after hearing the
news.
Freedom Communica-
tions is the parent company
of 10 newspapers in North-
west Florida. They include
the Northwest Florida Dai-
ly News, the Panama City
News Herald, the Destin
Log, Walton Sun, Santa
Rosa Press-Gazette, Crest-
view News-Bulletin, Holmes
County Advertiser, Washing-
ton County News, Port St.
Joe Star News, and Apala-
chicola Times.
The Garcias were hon-
ored on the west end of Free-
dom's coverage area. On the
east end, the winner is O.L.
"Ole" Ellis, a longtime busi-
ness and community leader
in Washington County.
Both the Garcias and El-
lis will receive a $1,000 check
to donate to the charity of
their choice.
Judges were five editors
of Freedom's newspapers.
"The Garcias and Mr. El-
lis epitomize Freedom's core
values," said Daily News Ed-
itor Pat Rice. "It's gratifying,
and a little humbling, to see
the breadth of their service
to their communities. They
set a great example for the
rest of us."
In his retirement, Bob
Garcia has taken up teach-
ing for Northwest Florida
State College's Institute
of Senior Professionals -
where he prepares adults to


use computers, often to land
new jobs.
A Vietnam veteran, he
also serves on the local
chapter of the Military Offi-
cers Association of America,
the board of directors of the
Northwest Florida Sympho-
ny Guild and the Niceville-
Valparaiso Chamber of Com-
merce.
Chamber member Tom
Kerr, a former Marine him-
self, was stationed with Bob
at Cherry Point, N.C. in 1963.
"He's just been a great
person to know... and both
of us being former Marines,
we have that special bond,"
Kerr said.
Hoglan put his Army roots
aside in praising Bob.
"That's even more amaz-
ing (than the award)," Ho-
glan joked. "An Army guy
saying nice things about a
Marine."
For the past 12 years, Nan-
cy Garcia "the epitome of
Florence Nightingale, Saint
Barbara and Mother Teresa
(with more than a trace of
mischief) all rolled into one,"
Hoglan wrote in his nomina-
tion letter has for more
than a decade volunteered
her time at the thrift shop on
Eglin Air Force Base, which
helps servicemen and wom-
en find household goods.
"I can't keep up with her.
I'm a mere mortal," said
Karen Peterson, another vol-
unteer who has known the
Garcias since Nancy walked
into the store 10 years ago.
As for Bob,1"He is the giv-
ing-est man I think I've ever


met in my life." -
Each year, Nancy orga-
nizes a charity fashion show
for the Twin Cities Women's
Club, raises funds for Relay
for Life and works at the
polls during elections.
She's also pushed her en-
tire "Curves" exercise class
into donating food for the
needy.
The Garcias have also
worked hard to develop a
business plan for Children
in Crisis, which provides
shelter and foster care for
youths.
But their hands-on char-
ity work is perhaps their
most gratifying.
They have active roles in
the First United Methodist
Church's "Supper on Satur-
day" program, which serves
700 meals a week through-
out Niceville and Valparaiso.
Once a month, Bob and Nan-


cy bring along toys and dia-
pers for families in need.
"When someone opens
their door and you give them
diapers and they're kissing
you which is what hap-
pened last time with Bob
- it's just..." Nancy said in
describing a recent trip to
one cash-strapped home.
"I said, 'Is this the right
size diaper?' And she (the
mother) says, 'I don't care
what size it is, just so it can
cover my baby's booty.'"
The Garcias plan to do-
nate the $1,000 award to the
Marine Corps League schol-
arship fund. They will accept
the award knowing that oth-
ers work hard for the same
causes, too.
"There are probably a
lot of people around that fit
the bill more for what you're
looking for," Bob said. "We're
just doing our part."


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Saturday, November 22, 2008


Local


Crestview News Bulletin | 5


There is much to be thankful for in Crestview


Crestview Mayor David
Cadle provided this mes-
sage:

November is one of my
favorite months, and Thanks-
giving is my favorite holiday,
since Americans reflect on
the blessings of the liberty
and abundance we enjoy
in this country due to the
sacrifices of those who have
served our nation. We thank
God for His mercy and the
courage He instilled in our
forefathers to settle in this
new land. Displays of patrio-
tism were in abundance in
the city of Crestview as we
celebrated Veterans Day by
pausing to thank those who
have valiantly served our na-


MESSAGE
FROM THE

I MAYOR
tion throughout the history
of the United States, as well
as those who are currently
active-duty servicemen and
women.
The recent Veterans Day
Parade on Nov. 8 was an out-
standing success. It was grat-
ifying to parade down Main
Street and see hundreds of
American flags waving in
the breeze. Our thanks to the
newly organized Crestview
Exchange Club for providing
the flags as part of its Give A
Kid A Flag To Wave project.


Fletcher Williams is to
be commended for his
leadership in organiz-
ing this annual parade.
Bands and ROTC
units from Crestview,
Baker, Davidson, and
Richbourg schools are
always welcome addi- DAVI
tions to the parade. Mayo
A somber and mov-
ing ceremony was then held
at the Okaloosa County
Veterans Memorial on Nov.
11 under the capable direc-
tion of DAV Adjutant/Trea-
surer Pinky Jimison. Newly
elected Supervisor of Elec-
tions Paul Lux delivered an
impressive speech on what
it means to be a veteran and
the bond that exists between


veterans.
The impressive
outpouring of sup-
port for our veterans
from the residents of
Crestview reminds
us of how thankful
we should be to live
ID CADLE in the greatest na-
r, Crestview tion on earth and
that there are those
among us who willingly
sacrifice their lives to keep.
us free. We have much to be
thankful for on this upcom-
ing Thanksgiving Day.

"Message from the May-
or" rotates between Crest-
view Mayor David Cadle
and Laurel Hill Mayor
Vizell Robbins.


Crestview City Council Agenda


The Crestview City Council
meets Monday at 6 p.m. in the
council chambers. The public
is invited and encouraged to
attend. The council also will
convene as the Community


Redevelopment Agency at
4:30 p.m. and for a workshop
at 5 p.m.
The council will review
proposed ordinances and the
EAR during the workshop.


1. Approval of Consent
Agenda.
2. New Business.
a. EDC Report Ms. Deb-
bie Bodenstine.
b. Resolution 08-23 (Out of


City Water at 5168 Lake Drive,
Okaloosa County, Florida).
Requested by TC.B. Builders,
Inc.
3. Mayoral Report.
4. Business from the Floor.


Reuben Rudolph
Barrow
Reuben Rudolph Bar-
row, 82, passed away on
Nov. 18 with his family by
his side.
He was born on Sept. 11,
1926 in Escambia Farms,
to Reuben and Lillie Bar-
row. A lifelong resident of
Okaloosa County, he was
a member of the Masonic
Lodge at Baker.
,He served in the United
States Navy from 1944 to
1946. After retiring from
Civil Service at Eglin Air
Force Base, he devoted
himself to farming and his
family.
He is survived by his
wife, Ada Davis Barrow,
whom he married on Nov.
26, 1948; three children,
Sue Barrow Stevens,
Sonny (and Mary Evelyn)


Barrow, and Mike (and
Jeanette) Barrow; grand-
children, Chris (and Cindy)
Barrow, Jason (and Nan)
Barrow, Michelle (and
Keith) White, and Andrew
(and Paula) Barrow. He is
also survived by his great-
grandchildren and two
sisters-in-law, Ruth Davis
Brown Sorenson and Dor-
othy Inez Davis Schmidt.
Funeral services were
held at 10:30 a.m. Friday,
Nov. 21, in the chapel of
Brackney RmFuneral Service,
with Rev. James Parker
officiating. Burial followed
in Yellow River Baptist
Church Cemetery.
The family received
friends Thursday, Nov.
20, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
funeral home. Brackney
Funeral Service of Crest-
view was in charge of the
arrangements.


Carver Hill Center showcases a night of talent


Special to the
Crestview News Bulletin
Five years ago, Brenda
Bess, and Darlene Brunson
started the "B & B" Talent Ex-
travaganza with the desire to
give young people in the com-
munity an evening of fun and
entertainment.
"We don't want our youth
to feel shy or afraid to share
their God-given talents and
abilities," the women said.
"We also want to encourage
them to use their talents in a
positive way."
The Fifth Annual Talent
Extravaganza was held this
past Saturday at the Carver
Hill Center.
"Each year, we've ac-
complished our goal, and the
show gets larger!" Bess and
Brunson said.
Donations, including priz-
es, are solicited from local
businesses and individuals to


help fund the event.
"We extend humble thanks
to our contributors," the wom-
en added.
This year's trophy and
cash winners in the younger
youth group were:
1st place: Mikela and Ki-
yani Henry
2nd place: The Pittman
Family (Damon, Nike and Jo-
nique)
3rd place: Adriana and
Ariana Peoples
.In the older youth category,
winners were:
1st place: Zakina Judd
2nd place: Taneisha Fra-
zier ..
3rd place: Micky Wilks. ,*.. .
Barbara Thomas won the
adult category. SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
Other youth contestants DIVINE PRAISE: Mikela and Kiyani Henry's liturgical dance
were Storm Person, Jayla was the first-place performance in the younger youth
Singletary, Tashara and Sha- category.
kyra Sanders, Kiara Williams,
Justyce Riggs, Darius Bess ens and Tamika Fields were Elliot German was the
and Michael Beach. Ruth Ow- the other adult performers.' evening's MC.


Okaloosa County Dis-
trict 3 Commissioner Bill
Roberts provided this
update from Tuesday's
meeting of the county
commissioners:

We had a big crowd
Tuesday morning to
welcome Wayne
Harris, our new
District 1 Com-
missioner, to the
board.
We presented
a proclamation to
Keith Free, presi-
dent of Okaloosa BILLR(
County Farm Bu- Commi
reau, establish-
ing Nov. 24-27 as
Farm-City Week in Oka-
loosa County.
We approved a mo-
tion to accept bids for
improvements to the in-


tersection at PJ. Adams
Parkway and State Road
85.
We feel this is going
to relieve the congestion
tremendously at this busy
intersection.
Finally, we approved
final plat approval for
Brownstone Manor,
a planned 89-lot, sin-
gle-family residen-
tial subdivision on
Garden City Road.

"County Com-
missioner's Cor-
ner" will rotate
ERS between Okaloosa
oner County Commis-
sion members who
represent the News Bul-
letin's coverage area and
will appear on Saturdays
after county commission
meetings.


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Obituaries


Board welcomes

newest commissioner


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6 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Saturday, November 22, 2008


r? tpArK


Vickers seals the


deal for Red Bull


The haulers of Marcos
Ambrose and Brian Vickers
were parked side-by-side in
the garage area at
Homestead-Miami
Speedway all weekend.
They will be again at
Daytona in February, but
with one significant differ-
ence. While the No. 84
Toyota is guaranteed a spot
in the 2009 Daytona 500,
Ambrose's No. 47 Toyota
will have to race its way in.
With a difference of 13
points, Vickers edged
Ambrose for 35th in the
owner's standings. But it
was the battle within a bat-
tle in Sunday's Ford 400
that left both cars scarred.
While one crew happily
loaded up their car, a glum
group no more than three
feet away pondered what
might have been.
Coming into the final
race of the year, Ambrose
had a 17-point .advantage
over the No. 84.
In a strategic move, Red
Bull's brain trust decided to
swap drivers, putting veter-
an Vickers in the car.
It appeared to pay divi-
dends early on, as he quali-
fied 20th and was running
in the top 20 when he


stopped for service under
green on Lap 128.
Unfortunately, he got
caught going too fast enter-
ing pit road, which resulted
in a costly pass-through
penalty.
"I don't really know what
happened with the speeding
penalty," Vickers said. "Our
tachometer numbers were
way off compared to every-
one else."
On the other hand,
Ambrose -- who started
41st -- was having his own
problems. Battling an ill-
handling car, he lost a lap to
the leaders early on.
"We got caught a lap
down early on, but the guys
kept working on the car to
improve handling,"
Ambrose said. "It started
off loose in, tight in the cen-
ter and loose off. We were
trying everything we could
to make it better."
Things then went from
bad to worse for Ambrose
on Lap 168 when coming
out of Turn 4, the nose of
Reed Sorenson's Dodge col-
lided with Ambrose's rear
fender, turning the No. 47
hard into the wall and doing
heavy damage to the right
side of the car.


Seasons End





Season Season Season Season
Champion Champion Champion Champion
Jimmie Clint Johnny Justin
Johnson Bowyer Benson AlIgaier


End of a trucking era


When NASCAR presi-
dent Mike Helton presented
Johnny Benson with his
champion's ring and the tro-
phy Monday night in
Florida, it represented the
changing of the guard in
NASCAR's Truck Series.
With original title sponsor
Craftsman Tools bowing out
at the end of the season, and
Camping World preparing to
take its place in 2009, the
season-ending awards ban-
quet signaled the end of an
era.
"From humble begin-
nings, racing SuperTrucks
on short tracks and road
courses to the first race on
the high banks of Daytona,
this series has grown into
one of NASCAR's most
exciting series," Craftsman


spokesman Mike Cassar
said. "Over our 14-year
span, we've crowned 10 dif-
ferent champions and have
been proud to watch many
of our series stars go on to
become great heroes of
NASCAR.
The series actually kind
of morphed from mid-sum-
mer of 1994 to the first sea-
son getting under way.
A total of 33 trucks took
the green flag in the Skoal
Bandit Copper World
Classic at Phoenix
International Raceway on
Feb. 5, 1995. Ron Hornaday
took the pole, and Mike
Skinner passed Terry
Labonte in the final turn to
win -- instantly creating a
pair of precedents that con-
tinue to this day.


Jimmie's THREE-PEAT!


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Jimmie Johnson has not only put his name in the record
book, he has done so under what could be consid-
ered some trying circumstances.
His first title was in 2006, when
NASCAR was using the old car, while his
second title came when NASCAR was
introducing and testing its Car of Tomorrow
program.
This year Johnson had to win the title as
he and the rest of his fellow competitors
learned more about the C'i of Toimorro%
Sounds like an undauntinii task, but
nothing compared :o hen Johnslon
and his crew chief Clhad Kanu
were having their co%%n
growing pains and other
issues in 2005.
"It was not that ve
were having prob-
lems," said Johnsofi as
he looked back. "We -
were in the champi- .
onship hunt and the
20 car just beat us
and we were frus- "
treated from getting :
beat. .


2008 Final StandinNatgs 2008 Fi nwidings


2008 Final Standings 2008 Final Standings


Driver B
1. Jimmie Johnson Le
2. Carl Edwards -6
3. Greg Biffle -
4. Kevin Harvick -2
5. Clint Bowyer -3
6. Jeff Burton -3
7. Jeff Gordon -3
8. Denny Hamlin -4
9. Tony Stewart -4
10. Kyle Busch -4


behind
leader
69
?17
?67
303
349
368
470
482
198


Driver
1. Clint Bowyer
2. Carl Edwards
3. Brad Keselowski
4. David Ragan
5. Mike Bliss
6. Kyle Busch
7. David Reutimann
8. Mike Wallace
9. Jason Leffler
10. Marcos Ambrose


Behind
Leader
-21
-338
-607
-614
-671
-744
-1004
-1046
-1141


Hendrick type of way and just understand it," said Johnson.
That was then and the Test is history as Johnson has won
every season since.
So how does this place Johnson in racing's history?
"To win three of anything is pretty- special," said
Johnson. "Two cool moments at ESPN (Monday); I walked
in and the first person I saw in the hallway of ESPN was
Mike Ditka and introduced myself to him and he said, I
know who you are, champ, and, by the way, you are a
dynasty.
"It shocked me that he had been paying attention to
NASCAR and seeing comments where I've mentioned I
couldn't say where I placed,
it wasn't my place to say
-hat The other came
h en I met Cris
1 JIcirter."


2008 Final Standings
Driver
1. Johnny Benson
2. Ron Hornaday
3. Todd Bodine
4. Eric Darnell
5. Matt Crafton
6. Mike Skinner
7. Rick Crawford
8. Dennis Setzer
9. Jack Sprague
10. Terry Cook


2008 Final Standings


Behind
Leader
-7
-104
-313
-333
-362
-410
-528
-600
-653


Driver
1. Justin Allgaier
2. Frank Kimmel
3. Matt Carter
4. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr.
5. Scott Speed
6. Patrick Sheltra
7. John Wes Townley
8. Tom Hessert III
9. Tyler Malsam
10. Ken Butler Ill


Behind
Leader
-50
-85
-105
-110
-680
-720
-805
-850
-995


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1170 Found will be sold to the highest, DON
bidder at the front door Dated this 12th day of CLER
of the Clerk's Office at November, 2008. By: Da
the Okaloosa County Deput
Courthouse Annex,
Legal # 100401 Shalimar, Florida at DON W. HOWARD 11/15,
10:00 a.m. on December CLERK OF COURTS 11/22/
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 17, 2008. By: Daniel Luke, 11/29/
TION FOR TAX DEED Deputy Clerk 12/06/
Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008. 11/15/08 Legal
Notice is hereby given 11/22/08 Legal
that Louise W. Crosley, DON W. HOWARD 11/29/08
as holder of the following CLERK OF COURTS 12/06/08 TNO
certificate, has filed said By: Daniel Luke, Deputy TI__
certificate for a Tax Deed Clerkegal #100403
to be issued thereon. The Legal # 10040Notic
certificate number and 11/15/08 that
year of issuance, the 11/22/08 NOTICE OFAPPLICA- hode
name in which the prop- 11/29/08 NOTION FOR TAX DEED certify
erty is assessed and the 12/06/08 certific
description of the prop- to be
erty is as follows: Legal # 100402 Notice is hereby given certific
Certificate #3815 of that Louise W. Crosley, year
2000 Assessed to: Mi- NOTICE OF APPLICA- as holder of the following name
chael McSheehy TION FOR TAX DEED certificate, has filed said erty i
certificate for a Tax Deed descr
to be issued thereon. The erty is
Notice is hereby given certificate number and Certifi
that Louise W. Crosley, year of issuance, the 2001
Do Something as holder of the following name in which the prop- garet
certificate, has filed said erty is assessed and the Descr
Good For certificate for a Tax Deed description of the prop- Estate
to be issued thereon. The erty is as follows: Parce
TomorrOW certificate number and Certificate #3827 .of 24-3N
year of issuance, the 2000 Assessed to: Rob- 0010
name in which the prop- ert Faber $1,691
erty is assessed and the Description: Lot 2009 All of
description of the prop- Yellow River Valley unre- in
erty is as follows: corded Okalo
Certificate #3817 of Parcel ID#: ida.
2000 Assessed to: James 16-2N-25-0000-0004-
Dean Barrow 001D Opening Bid: Unles
Description: Lot 32 Yel- $1,853.60 redee
low River Valley unre- All of said property being law,
corded in the County of scribe
RECYCLE Parcel ID#: Okaloosa, State of Flor- will b
16-2N-25-0000-0003- ida. bidde
1080 Opening Bid: of thE
T DA $1,882.67 Unless the certificate is the
TODALY! All of said property being Court


med according to
the property de-
id in the certificate
e sold to the highest
r at the front door
e Clerk's Office at
Okaloosa County
house Annex,
mar, Florida at
a.m. on December
108.
I this 12th day of
mber, 2008.

1W. HOWARD
K OF COURTS
aniel Luke,
ty Clerk
/08
'08
'/08
'/08

# 100404
TWICE OF APPLICA-
ON FOR TAX DEED

e is hereby given
Wynell Davis as
r of the following
cate, has filed said
cate for a Tax Deed
issued thereon. The
cate number and
of issuance, the
in which the prop-
s assessed and the
iption of the prop-
as follows:
cate # 949 of
Assessed to: Mar-
Snyder
iption: Triple Lakes
s Lot 1 Blk 3
I ID#:
-22-2550-0003-
Opening Bid:
6.49
said property being
the County of
osa, State of Flor-

s the certificate is
med according to
the property de-
ed in the certificate
e sold to the highest
r at the front door
e Clerk's Office at
Okaloosa County
house Annex,


s r.halT.r Ior .. alI
10:00 a.m. on December
17, 2008.
Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08

Legal # 100405
NOTICE OF APPLICA-


Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08

Legal # 100406
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


TION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given
that Louise W. Crosley,
as holder of the following
Notice is hereby given certificate, has filed said
that Louise W. Crosley, certificate for a Tax Deed
as holder of the following to be issued thereon. The
certificate, has filed said certificate number and
certificate for a Tax Deed year of issuance, the
to be issued thereon. The name in which the prop-
certificate number and erty is assessed and the
year of issuance, the description of the prop-
name in which the prop- erty is as follows:
erty is assessed and the Certificate # 3257 of
description of the prop- 2002 Assessed to: Joe
erty is as follows: Livingston
Certificate # 3249 of Description: Lot 1606
2002 Assessed to: Joe Yellow River Valley unre-
Livingston corded
Description: Beg 1340 ft Parcel ID#:
E & 250 ft N of NW Cor 15-2N-25-0000-0002-
SW1/4 of NW1/4 0340 Opening Bid:
N125 ft W400 ft S125 ft $1,415.47
E400 ft to Beg-Lot 1607 All of said property being
Yellow River Valley in the County of
Parcel ID#: Okaloosa, State of Flor-
15-2N-25-0000-0002- ida.
0190 Opening Bid:
$1,254.21 Unless the certificate is
All of said property being redeemed according to
in the County of law, the property de-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- scribed in the certificate
ida. will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
Unless the certificate is of the Clerk's Office at
redeemed according to the Okaloosa County
law, the property de- Courthouse Annex,
scribed in the certificate Shalimar, Florida at
will be sold to the highest 10:00 a.m. on December
bidder at the front door 17,2008.
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County Dated this 12th day of
Courthouse Annex, November, 2008.
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on December
17, 2008. DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,


Deputy Clerk
11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08

Legal #100407
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Louise W. Crosley,
as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3265 of
2002 Assessed to: Joe
Livingston
Description: Lot 1207
Yellow River Valley unre-
corded
Parcel ID#:
15-2N-25-0000-0002-
0430 Opening Bid:
$1,415.47
All of said property being
in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on December
17,2008.
Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke, Deputy
Clerk
11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08


Legal t 100408
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Louise W. Crosley,
as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3267 of
2002 Assessed to: Joe
Livingston
Description: Lot 1215
Yellow River Valley unre-
corded
Parcel ID#:
15-2N-25-0000-0002-
0450 Opening Bid: $1,
All of said property being
in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on December
17, 2008.
Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08

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Legal # 100409

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Louise W. Crosley,
as hdlder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3268 of
2002 Assessed to: Joe
Livingston
Description: Lot 1216
Yellow River Valley unre-
corded
Parcel ID#:
15-2N-25-0000-0002-
0460 Opening Bid:
$1,415.47
All of said property being
in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is


of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on December


redeemed according to 17, 2008.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk


Legal # 100420

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


law, the property de- Notice is hereby given
scribed in the certificate Dated this 12th day of 11/15/08 that Louise W. Crosley,
will be sold to the highest November, 2008. 11/22/08 as holder of the following
bidder at the front door 11/29/08 certificate, has filed said
of the Clerk's Office at 12/06/08 certificate for a Tax Deed
the Okaloosa County DON W. HOWARD to be issued thereon. The
Courthouse Annex, CLERK OF COURTS Legal # 100417 certificate number and
Shalimar, Florida at By: Daniel Luke, year of issuance, the
10:00 a.m. on December Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF APPLICA- name in which the prop-
17,2008. TION FOR TAX DEED erty is assessed and the
11/15/08 description of the prop-
Dated this 12th day of 11/22/08 erty is as follows:
November, 2008. 11/29/08 Notice is hereby given erty ificate # 3805 of
12/06/08 that Louise W. Crosley, 2000 Assessed to: Lane
as holder of the following A'Hill
DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100413 =certificate, has filed said Description: Lot 1213
CLERK OF COURTS certificate for a Tax Deed Yellow River Valley unre-
By: Daniel Luke, NOTICE OF APPLICA- to be issued thereon. The corded
DeputyClerk TION FOR TAX DEED certificate number and Parcel ID#:
year of issuance, the 15-2N-25-0000-0002-
11/15/08 name in which the prop- 0110 Opening Bid:
11/22/08 Notice is hereby given d esription of the prop- of$1,928.67
11/29/08 that Louise W.Crosl description e prop- All of said property being
12/06/08 tas holdser ot Crosley, erty is as follows: in the County of
12/06/08 as holder of the following Certificate #3789 of Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Legal #100410 certificate, has filed said 2000 Assessed to: Rob- Ida.
Legal # 100410 certificate for a Tax Deed ert M Faber
to be issued thereon. The Description: Lot 2009 Unless the certificate is
NOTICE OF APPLICA- certificate number and Yellow River Valley unre- redeemed according to
TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the corded law, the property do-
name in which the prop- Parcel ID#. scribed in the certificate
erty is assessed and the 10-2N-25-0000-0006- swill be sold to the highest
Notice is hereby given description of the prop- 1770 Opening Bid. bidder at the front door
that Louise W. Crosley, erty is as follows: $1,871.71 of the Clerk's Office at
as holder of the following Certificate # 1060 of All of said property being the Okaloosa County
certificate, has filed said 2000 Assessed to: Vivian in the County of Courthouse CouAnnex,
certificate for a Tax Deed Behrman Okaloosa, State of Flor- S Courthousealimar, Florida at
to be issued thereon. The Description: South Holly ida Shalimar, Florida at
certificate number and Grove Lots 15 & 16 BIk 10:00 a.m. on December
year of issuance, the 8 Unless the certificate is 17, 2008.
name in which the prop Parcel ID#: redeemed according to Dated this 12th day. of
erty is assessed and the 13t3o22-1172-0008- re d accor nde Dated this 12th day of
arty is assessed and the 13-3N-22-1172-0008- law. the property de- November, 2008.
description of the prop- 0150 Opening Bid: scribed in the certificate
erty is as follows: $1,255.74 will be sold to the highest
Certificate # 1014 of All of said property being bidder at the front door DON W. HOWARD
2000 Assessed to: Hor- in the County of of the Clerk's Office aDON W HOWARDt
ace Garlick Okaloosa, State of Flor- the Okaloosa County CLERK OF COURTS
Description: SW Or- ida n By: Daniel Luke,
angedale Lots 25 & 26 Courthouse An DeputyClerk
Pclk # Unless the certificate is 10:00m a.m. on rDecember 11/15/08
Parcel ID#: redeemed according to 17,200m. December 11/15/08
03-3N-22-192E-000S- law, the property de- 172008 11/22/08
0250 Opening Bid: scribed in the certificate Dated this 12th day of 11/29/08
$1,114.76 will be sold to the highest November, 2008. 12/06/08
All of said property being bidder at the front door member, 2008.
in the County of of the Clerk's Office at Legal # 100421
Okaloosa, State of Flor- the Okaloosa County DON W. HOWARD
ida. Courthouse Annex, CLERK OF COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Shalimar, Florida at By: Daniel LukeTION FOR TAX DEED
Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on December Deputy Clerk
redeemed according to 17o 2008. epuyCerk
law, the property de- 11/15/08Notice is hereby given
scribed in the certificate Dated this 12th day of 11/15/08that Louise W Crosley,
willbe sold. to the highest November, 2008. 11/29/08 as holder of the following
bidder at the front door 1/29/08 certificate, has filed said
of the Clerk's Office at 12/06/08 certificate for a Tax Deed
the Okaloosa County DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100418 to be issued thereon. The
Courthouse Annex, CLERK OF COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- certificate number and
Shalimar, Florida at By: Daniel Luke, Deputy TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the
10:00 a.m. on December Clerk name in which the prop-
17, 2008. erty is assessed and the
11/15/08 Notice is hereby given description of the prop-
Dated this 12th day of 11/22/08 that Louise W. Crosley, erty is as follows:
November, 2008. 11/29/08 as holder of the following Certificate # 3807 of
12/06/08 certificate, has filed said 2000 Assessed to: Cred-
DON W. HOWARD certificate for a Tax Deed itThrift Inc
CLERK OF COURTS Legal # 100414 to be issued thereon. The Description: Lot 1651
BY:R OF Ce certificate number and Yellow River Valley unre-
By: Daniel Luke, NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the corded
Deputy Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED name in which the prop Parcel ID#:
11/15/08 erty is assessed and the 15-2N-25-0000-0002-
11/22/08 description of the prop- 0290 Opening Bid:
11/29/08 Notice is hereby given erty is as follows: $1,568.86
11/29/08 that Louise W. Crosley, Certificate # 3803 of All of said property being
12/06/08 as holder of the following 2000 Assessed to: Lane in the County of
certificate, has filed said A Hill Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Legal # 100411 certificate for a Tax Deed Description: Lot 1211 ida.
to be issued thereon. The Yellow River Valley unre-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- certificate number and corded Unless the certificate is
TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the Parcel ID#: redeemed according to
name in which the prop- 15-2N-25-0000-0002- law, the property de-
erty is assessed and the 0090 Opening Bid: scribed in the certificate
Notice is hereby given description of the prop- $1,898.44 will be sold to the highest
that Louise W. Crosley, erty is as follows: All of said property being bidder at the front door
as holder of the following Certificate # 1?08 of in the County of of the Clerk's Office at
certificate, has filed said 2000 Assessed to: Eli Okaloosa, State of Flor- the Okaloosa County
certificate for a Tax Deed Johnson ida. Courthouse Annex,
to be issued thereon. The Description: Fairview L H Shalimar, Florida at
certificate number and A triangular between Lot Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on December
year of issuance, the 7 Blk 36 & RR as Deed redeemed according to 17, 2008.
name in which the prop- Bk30 Pg 605 law, the property de-
erty is assessed and the Parcel ID#: scribed in the certificate Dated this 12th day of
description of the prop- 05-5N-22-0850-0036- will be sold to the highest November, 2008.
erty is as follows: 0071 Opening Bid: bidder at the front door
Certificate # 1015 of $1,296.90 of the Clerk's Office at
2000 Assessed to: Alice All of said property being the Okaloosa County DON W. HOWARD
M Beyer Living Trust in the County of Courthouse Annex, CLERK OF COURTS
Description: SW Or- Okaloosa, State of Flor- Shalimar, Florida at By: Daniel Luke,
angedale Lots 39 & 40 ida. 10:00 a.m. on December Deputy Clerk
17, 2008.
Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is 11/15/08
03-3N-22-192E-000S- redeemed according to Dated this 12th day of 11/22/08
0390 Opening Bid: law, the property de- November, 2008. 11/29/08
$1,055.13 scribed in the certificate 12/06/08
All of said property being will be sold to the highest
in the County of bidder at the front door DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100422
Okaloosa, State of Flor- of the Clerk's Office at CLERK OF COURTS
ida. the Okaloosa County By: Daniel Luke, NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Courthouse Annex, Deputy Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED
Unless the certificate is Shalimar, Florida at
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on December 11/15/08
law, the property de-17, 2008. 11/22/08 Notice is hereby. given
scribed in the certificate 11/29/08 that Louise W. Crosley,
will be sold to the highest Dated this 12th day of 12/06/08 as holder of the following
bidder at the front door November, 2008. certificate, has filed said
M01'. uir-Wa unice + .at.


or mthe Clerk s Offnice at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on December
17, 2008.

Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk

11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08

Legal # 100412

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Notice is hereby given
that Louise W. Crosley,
as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said


DON W. HOWARD


Legal # 100419

NOTICE OF APPLICA-


certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and


CLERK OF COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the
By: Daniel Luke, name in which the prop-
Deputy Clerk erty is assessed and the
Notice is hereby given description of the prop-
11/15/08 that Louise W. Crosley, erty is as follows:
11/22/08 as holder of the following Certificate # 3808 of
11/29/8 certificate, has filed said 2000 Assessed to: Cred-
12/06/08 certificate for a Tax Deed itThrift Inc
to be issued thereon. The Description: Lot 1652
Legal # 100416 certificate number and Yellow River Valley unre-
year of issuance, the corded
NOTICE OF APPLICA- name in which the prop- Parcel ID#:
TION FOR TAX DEED erty is assessed and the 15-2N-25-0000-0002-
description of the prop- 0300 Opening Bid:
erty is as follows: $1,569.21
Notice is hereby given Certificate # 3804 of All of said property being
that Louise W. Crosley, 2000 Assessed to: Lane in the County of
as holder of the following A Hill Okaloosa, State of Flor-
certificate, has filed said Description: Lot 1212 ida.
certificate for a Tax Deed Yellow River Valley unre- Unless the certificate is
to be issued thereon. The corded redeemed according to
certificate number and Parcel ID#: law, the property de-
year of issuance, the 15-2N-25-0000-0002- scribed in the certificate
name in which the prop- 0100 Opening Bid: will be sold to the highest
erty is assessed and the $1,873.84 bidder at the front door
description of the prop- All of said property being of the Clerk's Office at
erty is as follows: in the County of the Okaloosa County
Certificate #3764 of Okaloosa, State of Flor- Courthouse Annex,


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of marriage has been
filed against you and you
are required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to Matthew
A. Domboski, Petitioner,
c/o Mark S. Rubin, Esq.
RUBIN LAW FIRM, 173
NE Eglin Parkway Fort
Walton Beach, Florida
32548, on or before De-
cember 12, 2008, and
file the original with the
clerk of this court at the
Okaloosa County Court-
house Annex, 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway Shalimar


certificate for a Tax Deed 2000 Assessed to: ida.
to be issued thereon. The Candy Lee Preston, et al
certificate number and Description: Lakewood Unless the certificate is
year of issuance, the Estates Lots 20 to 26 in- redeemed according to
name in which the prop- clusive Bik H law, the property de-
erty is assessed and the Parcel ID#: scribed in the certificate
description of the 09-2N-25-1460-OOOH- will be sold to the highest
property is as follows: 0200 Opening Bid: bidder at the front door
Certificate # 1016 of $1,828.66 of the Clerk's Office at
2000 Assessed to: All of said property being the Okaloosa County
Thomas Rielinger in the County of Courthouse Annex,
Description: SW Or- Okaloosa, State of Flor- Shalimar, Florida at
angedale Lots 43 & 44 ida. 10:00 a.m. on December
BIk S 17,2008.
Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is
03-3N-22-192E-000S- redeemed according to Dated this 12th day of
0430 Opening Bid: law, the property de- November, 2008.
$1,082.67 scribed in the certificate
All of said property being will be sold to the highest
in the County of bidder at the front door DON W. HOWARD
Okaloosa, State of Flor- of the Clerk's Office at CLERK OF COURTS
ida. the Okaloosa County By: Daniel Luke, Deputy
Courthouse Annex, Clerk
Unless the certificate is Shalimar, Florida at
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on December 11/15/08
law, the property de- 17,2008. 11/22/08
scribed in the certificate 11/29/08
will be sold to the highest Dated this 12th day of 12/06/08
bidder at the front door November, 2008.


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Classifieds




Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 am. on December
17, 2008.

Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk

11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08

Legal # 100423

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Notice is hereby given
that Louise W. Crosley,
as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3809 of
2000 Assessed to: Cred-
itThrift Inc
Description: Lot 1654
Yellow River Valley unre-
corded
Parcel ID#:
15-2N-25-0000-0002-
0320 Opening Bid:
$1,569.03
All of said property being
in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.

Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on December
17, 2008.

Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk

11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08

Legal # 100424

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Notice is hereby given
that Louise W. Crosley,
as holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3810 of
2000 Assessed to: Cred-
itThrift Inc
Description: Lot 1655
Yellow River Valley unre-
corded
Parcel ID#:
15-2N-25-0000-0002-
0330 Opening Bid:
$1,568.32
All of said property being
in the County of,
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida

Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on December
17, 2008.

Dated this 12th day of
November, 2008.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk

11/15/08
11/22/08
11/29/08
12/06/08

Legal #100427

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 08-DR5707

IN RE : THE MARRIAGE
OF
MATTHEW A.
DOMBOSKI
Petitioner/ Husband,

and

NATALIA V. DOLGOVA,
Respondent/ Wife.

AMENDED NOTICE OF
ACTION OF DISSOLU-
TION OF MARRIAGE

TO: NATALIA V.
DOLGOVA
13-61 STROITELEY
STREET
BISHKEK, KYRGYZSTAN
720083

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for dissolution


10/I4/0U TITLE DOCS YOU ARE NOTIFIED that COUNTY, FLORIDA
REQUESTED VIA VS- SM, an action to foreclose a CASE NO.:08DR6281
Plaintiff, mortgage on the follow-
ing property in IN RE: The Marriage of
vs. OKALOOSA County, GREGORY ANDRE
Florida: BRICKHOUSE,
TAMARA FENCH Petitioner/Husband,
BARRO, etal, PHASE 1, UNIT C OF
Defendant(s). ELM PLACE CONDO- and
MINIUM, ACCORD-
NOTICE OF RESCHED- ING TO PLAT JULIA SCHANTELE
ULED FORECLOSURE THEREOF AS RE- BRICKHOUSE,
SALE CORDED IN CONDO- Respondent/Wife.
MINIUM PLAT BOOK
NOTICE IS HEREBY 4 AT PAGES 21 AND NOTICE OF ACTION
GIVEN pursuant to an 22 OF THE PUBLIC
Order Rescheduling Fore- RECORDS OF TO: Julia Schantele
closure Sale dated No- O K A L O. O S A Brickhouse Last known
vember 14, 2008 and COUNTY, FLORIDA, address: 1817 Pointed
entered in Case No. IN ACCORDANCE Leaf Lane, Ft. Walton
2007-CA 5140 S of the WITH AND SUBJECT Beach, FL 32547 Present
Circuit Court of the FIRST TO THE COVENANTS, Address: Unknown
Judicial Circuit in and for CONDITIONS, RE-
OKALOOSA County, STRICTIONS, TERMS YOU ARE NOTIFIED
Florida wherein DEUT- AND PROVISIONS that an action for dissolu-
SCHE BANK NATIONAL OF THE DECLARA- tion of marriage has
TRUST COMPANY, AS TION OF CONDO- been filed against you
TRUSTEE FOR JPMAC MINIUM FOR ELM and you are required to
2007-CH5- J.R MOR- PLACE CONDOMIN- serve a copy of your writ-
GAN CHASE BANK NA- IUM AND THE ten defenses, if any, to:
TIONAL ASSOCIATION SCHEDULES AN- STEPHEN J. RYAN, ES-
10/24/07 TITLE DOCS NEXED THERETO AS QUIRE RISEN & RYAN
REQUESTED VIS VS RECORDED IN OFFI- 436 Green Acres Road
SM, is the Plaintiff and CIAL RECORDS BOOK Ft. Walton Beach, FL
TAMARA FRENCH 1206 AT PAGE 1242 32547 ATTORNEY FOR
BARRO; MICHAEL OF THE PUBLIC REC- PETITIONER
FENCH; are the Defend- ORDS OF on or before Dec. 26,
ants, I will sell to the 0 K A L 0 0 S A 2008, and file the origi-
highest and best bidder COUNTY, FLORIDA nal with the Clerk of this
for cash at IN FRONT OF Court at the Okaloosa
THE CLERK'S FRONT has been filed against County Courthouse An-
DOOR OF SHALIMAR you and you are required nex, Shalimar, Florida ei-
ANNEX at 11:00 AM to serve a copy of your their before service on
on the 15 day of Decem- written defenses, if any, Petitioner's attorney or
ber, 2008, the following on or before January 2, immediately thereafter;
described property as set 2009 on Florida Default otherwise a default will
forth in said Final Judg- Law Group, PL., be entered against you
ment: Plaintiff's attorney, whose fro the relief demanded
address is 9119 Corpo- in the Petition.
LOT 5, BLOCK 8, OF rate Lake Drive, Suite WITNESS my hand and
RE SUBDIVISION OF 300, Tampa, Florida Seal of this Court on this
KELLYS ADDITION, 33634, and file the origi- 14 day of Nov, 2008.
TO THE TOWN OF nal with this Court either
DESTIN, ACCORDING before service on Don W. Howard
TO THE PLAT Plaintiff's attorney or im- CLERK OF COURT
THEREOF, AS RE- mediately thereafter; oth- By: Tiffany Gardner
CORDED IN PLAT erwise a default will be Deputy Clerk
BOOK 2, PAGES 62 entered against you for
OF THE PUBLIC REC- the relief demanded in 11/22/2008
ORDS OF the Complaint or petition. 11/29/2008
O K A L O O S A 12/06/2008
COUNTY, FLORIDA. This notice shall be pub- 12/13/2008
lished once each week
A/K/A 608 1ST AVE- for two consecutive LEGAL# 120115
NUE, DESTIN, FL 32541 weeks in the Crestview
News Bulletin. IN THE CIRCUIT
Any person claiming COURT IN AND FOR
an interest in the WITNESS my hand and OKALOOSA
surplus from the the seal of this Court on COUNTY, FLORIDA
sale, if any, other this 17 day of Novem- PROBATE DIVISION
than the property ber, 2008. CASE
owner as of the date NO:2008-CP-1285
of Lis Pendens must Don W. Howard DIVISION:
file a claim within Clerk of the Court
sixty (60) days after IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
the sale. By: Auita Cantrall VIRGINIA EARLY KELLY
As Deputy Clerk a/k/a VIRGINIA CAROL
WITNESS MY HAND KELLY,
and the seal of this Court Invoice to & Copy to: Deceased.
on November 14, 2008. Florida Default Law
Group, PL. NOTICE TO CREDI-
Don W. Howard P.O. Box 25018 TORS
Clerk of the Circuit Court Tampa, Florida
By: Viki Jackson 33622-5018 The administration of the
Deputy Clerk estate of, VIRGINIA
IMPORTANT EARLY KELLY a/k/a VIR-
Florida Default Law GINIA CAROL KELLY de-
Group, PL. In accordance with the ceased, File Number
PO. Box 25018 Americans with Disabili- 2008-CP-1285, is pend-
Tampa, Florida ties Act, persons with ing in the Circuit Court
33622-5018 disabilities needing spe- for Okaloosa County,
NMNC-CONV-R-khartmaier cial accommodation to Florida, Probate Division,
-F08066886 participate in this pro- the address of which is
ceeding should contact 101 E. James Lee Blvd.,
IMPORTANT Court Administration at Crestview, Florida
In accordance with the 101 James Lee Boulevard 32536. The names and
Americans with Disabili- East, Crestview, FL, addresses of the personal
ties Act, persons with dis- 32536-3515; telephone representative and the
abilities needing special number (850) 689-5000, personal representative's
accommodation to partic- Extension 7497, prior to attorney are set forth be-
ipate in this proceeding the proceeding, or low.
should contact Court Ad- Shalimar (850) All creditors of the dece-
ministration at 101 James 651-7497 dent and other persons
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- having claims or de-
view, FL, 32536-3515; IMPORTANT mands against
telephone number (850) decedent's estate, includ-
689-5000, Extension In accordance with the ing unmatured, contin-
7497, prior to the pro- Americans with Disabili- gent or unliquidated
ceeding. or Shalimar ties Act, persons with claims, on whom a copy
(850) 651-7497 disabilities needing spe- of this notice is served
cial accommodation to must file their claims with
IMPORTANT participate in this pro- this court WITHIN THE


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11/15/2008
11/22/2008



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Lost Sat. Nov. 1st Cocka-
tiel Bird gray East Crest-
view area. Greatly
missed call 682-6220
REWARD
Lost: Female tortise shell
cat, yellow eyes, black &
orange nose, Foxwood
Estates since 11/15.
850 336-2550


I PES & ANIMALS I
2100- Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home-
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials



2100


NEW TODAY
AKC Mini Schnauzer
Puppies. Born 9/1. 3
Fem, 1 Male. Very Cute
& Sweet 850-398-3347


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Teacup Chihuahua's
Ready for Christmas.
$300. Call Diane
652-4122





les only. call 758-0945












3130- Auctions
A,






MERCHANDISE,
3100 Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120-Arts & Crafts
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)
4y.- .


FL 32579, before service In accordance
on Petitioner or immedi- Americans with
ately thereafter. If you ties Act, persons
fail to so so, a De- abilities needing
fault will be entered accommodation t
against you for the ipate in this pro
relief demanded in should contact C
this petition, ministration at 1
Eglin Parkway,
Copies of all court FL, 32579; te
documents In this number (850) 6
case, including prior to the procee
orders, are available
at the Clerk of 11/22/08
Court's office. You 11/29/08
may review these
documents upon re- Legal # 100430
quest.

You must keep the COURT OF THECRC
Clerk of the Circuit JUDICIALCIR
Court's office notified IN AND FO
of your current ad- OKALOOS
dress. (You may file COUNTY, FLO
Notice of Current CIVIL ACTION
Address, Florida Su- NO.:CVACTION
preme Court Ap- 46-2008-CA-0O
proved Family Law DIVISION
Form 12.915.) Future
papers In this law- BANK OF A
suit will be mailed to BANK OF Al
the address on rec- N.A.,
ord at the clerk's of- Plaintiff,
fice. vs.

WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Fam- MATTHEW
Ily Law Rules of Pro- Defendant(s). ,
cedure, requires cer- Defenant(s)
tain automatic dis-
closure of documents
and information. NOTC OF ATTHE
Failure to comply DAMERON
can result in sanc-
tions, including dis- LAST KNOWN
missal or striking of DRESS: 132 Se
pleading. nue Unit C
Dated October 28, 2008 Fort Walton Be
CLERK OF THE COURT 32548
By: Beth McDonald CURRENT AD
Deputy Clerk UNKNOWN

11/01/08 ANY AND AL
11/08/08 KNOWN P
11/15/08 CLAIMING.
11/22/08 THROUGH,
AND AGAINST
Legal # 100428 HEREIN NAME
DIVIDUAL D
IN THE CIRCUIT ANT(S) WHO
COURT OF THE FIRST NOT KNOWN
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DEAD OR
AND FOR WHETHER SAI
OKALOOSA KNOWN F
COUNTY, FLORIDA MAY CLAIM
CIVIL ACTION CASE TEREST AS S
NO. 2007 CA 5140 S HEIRS, DE
DIVISION FILE NUM- GRANTEES,
BER F07047378 OTHER CLAIMAh


with the
Disabili-
with dis-
special
o partic-
iceeding
court Ad-
1250 N.
Shalimar,
tlephone
51-7497,
ding.






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Saturday, November 22, 2008




ceeding should contact LATER OF 3 MONTHS
Court Administration at AFTER THE DATE OF
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, THE FIRST PUBLICATION
Shalimar, FL, 32579; tel- OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
phone number (850) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
651-7497, prior to the OF SERVICE OF A COPY
proceeding. OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
11/22/08 All other creditors of the
11/29/08 decedent and other per-
sons having claims or de-
Legal # 10415 mands against
decedent's estate, includ-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- ing unmatured, contin-
TION FOR TAX DEED gent or unliquidated
claims, must file their
claims with this court
Notice is hereby givenWITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-
that Louise W. Crosley, TER THE DATE OF THE
as holder of the following FIRST PUBLICATION OF
certificate, has filed said THIS NOTICE. ALL
certificate for a Tax Deed CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
to be issued thereon. The WILL BE FOREVER
certificate number and BARRED.
year of issuance, the The date of first publica-
name in which the prop- tion of the Notice of Ad-
erty is assessed and the ministration was on No-
description of the prop- vember 22, 2008.
erty is as follows:
Certificate #3763 of Attorney for Personal
2000 Assessed to: Representative: JAMES
Laidlaw & WE Barrett Ill W. MAGAHA, ESQUIRE
Description: Lakewood Florida Bar No: 394327
Estates Lots 16 to 19 inc 812 North Spring Street
Blk H Pensacola, Florida
Parcel ID#: 32501 (850)438-6224
09-2N-25-1460-OOOH-
0160 Opening Bid: Personal Represen4ative:
$1,487.50 BARBARA J. MIZELL 415
All of said property being Mountain Drive, Suite 4
in the County of Destin, FL 32541
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida. 11/22/2008
11/29/2008
Unless the certificate is LEGAL#120111
redeemed according to
law, the property de- NOTICE OF SALE
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest In accordance with Flor-
bidder at the front door ida Statutes, Dansher
of the Clerk's Office at Mini Warehouses,, lo-
the Okaloosa County cated at 1110 N. Ferdon
Courthouse Annex, Blvd., in Crestview, Flor-
Shalimar, Florida at ida will offer for sale to
10:00 a.m. on December the highest bidder the
17,2008. household and other
goods stored in the be-
Dated this 12th day of low listed units of
November, 2008. Dansher Mini Ware-
houses. Said goods are
to be sold to recover the
DON W. HOWARD rents not paid by the ten-
CLERK OF COURTS ant.
By: Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk coo001 D & W's
Cafe/Winford Williams
11/15/08 605 W. James Lee Blvd.
11/22/08 Crestview, FL 32536
11/22/08
12/06/08 E035 Robert Womack
3826 New Ebenezer Rd.
LEGAL # 120113 Laurel Hill, FL 32567

IN THE CIRCUIT The sale shall take place
COURT, FIRST JUDI- December 1, 2008, at
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN 9:00 A.M., at the
AND FOR Dansher Mini Ware-
OKALOOSA house.


DEUTSCHE BANK NA- LAST KNOWN AD-
TIONAL TRUST COM- DRESS: UNKNOWN
PANY AS TRUSTEE FOR
JPMAC 2007-CH5- J.R CURRENT ADDRESS:
MORGAN CHASE UNKNOWN
BANK NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION


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Classifieds


Crestview News Bulletin I 9


| 3200
Firewood for sale 4x8
racks $100. Call
902-1197
FIREWOOD FOR
SALE:
Split Oak & Pecan, Pick
up or delivery Call
850-398-7677



3220
A Brand Name King Pi-
lowtop set. New in Plas-
tic w/warr. $200. Can
Deliver 850-471-0330
All Brand New Queen
Pillowtop Set. In plastic
w/warrr. $165. Delivery
available 850-255-3050
Bed A 100% all new Full
size mattress set .in plastic
w/warranty. $119.00.
850-471-0330
Dark green recliner,
like new $ 80 firm.
Antique armoire, exc.
condition $ 400 firm.





Crestview
Garage Sale
Blowout
160 Nicole Lane, be-
hind Wal-Mart, Satur-
day Nov 22nd from
7-11. Futon sofa, Dora
mega house,
small/medium ladies
clothing, infant cloth-
ing, lots of household
items MUST SEEI



NEW iJAY
Crestview
Yard Sale
3341 Broadview Circle,
off of Auburn Rd. Sat.,
Nov 22nd from 7:00-
noon. Refrigerator,
dresser, household items,
computer parts, small TV,
VCR, plus more!

Niceville
Covenant
Hospice
Yard Sale
Sat 8am 1 pm
Jewelry, dishes, silk
flowers, toys, furniture..
Bargains Galore!!
All proceeds to benefit
Covenant Hospice
Patient Care.
101 Hart St
Off Hwy 85






Gun Show
Pensacola
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Nov. 22nd &
23rd
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still in box, includes eve-
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240-3273




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Double pane w/grid
$50. each. Call
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Ham smoked! Call
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condition $450. Call
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4100- Help Wanted
4110- Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information




Food Service/Hospitality
Cracker Barrel of
Crestview Now Hiring all
positions Nights Week-
ends EOE 682-8804 Ap-
ply anytime.

Installation/Maint/Repair

Offshore Work
Get Certf. to work off
shore Call 850
217-1834 / 758-7921
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NEW f OrAY
Crestview- 3 br 2.5
ba, 1 cg, near Wal-Mart.
Pets ok. $800 mo. 1st
month free! 496-1712

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T OW JuA ams, 2 br, 1.5ba, W/D,
close to bases. $707
Medical/Heaith mo+dd. 543-4742

Youth Care
Workers 6140
monitors troubled youth Baker, 3br, 1ba + 6 ac-
in a juvenile residential res. As is, you maintain.
facility at Gulf Coast $650. Call
Youth Services. Apply 850-217-8209
in person at 1015 Mar
Walt Dr, Ft. Walton Crestview 3BR/2BA
Bch. or Okaloosa Youth 4008 Poverty Creek
Academy, 4455 Rd.(off airport rd) $700.
Straight Line Rd, Crest- m + $500. dd. Call
view or Milton Girl's Ju- 689-4442 or 240-0474
venile Residential Facil-
ity, 5770 E. Milton Rd.,
Milton. Bring valid
driver's license & social
security card
Web ID #27836876 Crestview
f A r2/1 Duplex
r fresh painted, $600
S ts $600 DD, pets ok
with additional deposit,
S682-7731 Mon-Fri


}O9M NEW IJTWAY
REAL SAE O RET ti Crestview
6100-Business/ 3/1 Duplex
Commercial New carpet / freshly
6110- Apartments painted, $700 mo, $700
6120-Beach Rentals DD, pets OK with addi-
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6150 Roommate Wanted Mon-Fri
6160 Rooms for Rent Crestview 3b 2ba gar-
6170 Mobile Home/Lot age CH/A. 1872 Aplin
6180- Out-of-Town Rentals Rd. $700. mo +dd. No
6190 Timeshare Rentals pets I1 yr. lease.
6200 Vacation Rentals pe yr ea
Crestview 3bd 1 1/2 ba,
1/2 acre fenced back
6100 yard. 5359 Cox Ln.
Office/ Spa building for $650 mo + $650. dd
Lease 1000sf. 101 NO PETS. 978-8274
Duggan Ave. (Next to
Eglin FCU) Call Crestview
621-0046 3br 2ba lcqg
On quiet cul-de-sac, all
electric, only 3 years
old. 1 year lease.
6110 $850/mo + $850 DD.
1 F Re ni Pets OK w/add'l de-
I mo Free Rent! posit. Call 682-7731,
Crestview- 2br, 1ba, M-F.
quiet, gated, No pets I
$575mo/ $550dep, 12 Crestview 3br, 1ba,
mo lease req. 585-6985 gar, large fenced yard
on quiet cul-de-sac.
ruWuThA r$750/mo + $700 dd.
NEW III5A Y Pets considered. 255
Edgewood PI. 259-7277
Crestview 2br 1ba. Crestview- 4br, 2ba
duplex $650mo. 2912 B w/ bonus room. Large
Crescent Ave. 537-0141 Fenced Backyard $875
Crestview Nice 1 & 2 mo+$800dd. 689-1285
bd Apartments. $500. Crestview- Countryview
$550. mo. .+dd some 4 br, 2 ba, built in 2004.
utility's, no pets.1 yr ONLY $900mol Call
lease. 978-8274 Jenny at Pelican Real Es-
FWB- 1.5 br, 1 ba, tate,315-0972
$675/mo + $675 dep. Crestview- home for
No pets! 850 398-5757 rent, country setting. 1
or 420-1517 acre of land. 3br, 2ba,
large room. $950 mo.
? WG&E Paid. 682-4280
6130 or 699-4281


NfW rbDAY V a
Crestview Crestview- Immaculate
3br, 2.5baTH-near 4 br, 2 ba, 2, cg, FP,
shopping W/D hkup. 1635sf. 3 yrs old. $995
$750 mo. Pet neg. Mil- mo+dd. Sm pet ok. 850
itary Disc. 897-0267 244-3131. Avail 11/17
Crestview- 2br, 1.5ba.


all appls., W/D hkups,
off street parking. $550
mo+dd. 217-7344


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$1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
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$475, 2 br, 1 ba
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$1100, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
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6170 | 7100
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ba, 3bd 1 ba, 3b 2ba.
$600. $850. mo plenty
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546-1192
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6140
Move-in Reaol
Crestview- Very Clean
brick 3 br, 2 ba, garage,
W/D, incl. $875 mo +
dd. Call 699-3833
Holt Home for Rent/
Sale, Owner Financing.
Newly Refurbished, 4br,
3.5ba, 2 cg, Large Eat-in
Kitchen w/ bar. All
Appls, Large Laundry &
walk in Pantry. M.Br, gar-
den tub, walk-in closet. ,
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News

& NOTES


Today
High School Wrestling
Choctaw, Milton, Rutherford,
Gulf Breeze at Crestview,
11 a.m.

Boys High School
Basketball
Gator Preseason Classic at
Baker
Pleasant Home vs. Laurel Hill,
6 p.m.
Baker vs. Crestview,
7:30 p.m.

Girls High School Soccer
Crestview at Choctaw,
JV 10 a.m./V noon

Monday
Girls High School
Basketball
Baker at Freeport, JV
5:30 p.m./V 6:45 p.m.
4:30 p.m./V 6 p.m.

Boys High School
Basketball
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, JV 5:30 p.m./V 7 p.m.

Tuesday
Girls High School
Basketball
Laurel Hill at Bethlehem,
V4p.m.
Crestview at Pine Forest,
V 6 p.m.

Boys High School
Basketball
Crestview at Pine Forest,
JV 4:30 p.m./V 7:30 p.m.
Baker at Gulf Breeze,
,JV 6 p.m./V 7:30 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Bethlehem
JV 5:30 p.m./V 6:45 p.m.

Notes
Friday football updates
Log on to crestviewbulletin.
corn for recaps of the Crestview-
Pace and Baker Tallahassee
Florida High football games
scheduled for Friday night.

Basketball preview
Look for an area basketball
preview special section in the
Nov. 29 edition of the Crestview
Newvs Bulletin. The section will
include information and photos of
the Crestview, Baker, Laurel Hill,
Davidson and Richbourg boys
and girls teams.

Football tryouts
The Crestview Thunderbirds
semi-pro football team will hold
tryouts from 3-5 p.m. Dec..
13 at Old Spanish Trail Park.
Wear shorts, shirt and cleats
if possible. Contact Coach
Taylor at 305-2317 or coach@
crestviewthunderbirds.com with
any questions. Players should
be 18 or older. The team will
compete in the Premier Football
League.

North Florida Bulls
The North Florida Bulls
traveling baseball teams are
having tryouts for players in the
10U-13U age groups Dec. 13 at
Destin Middle School.
The 9-1 OU tryouts will be 10
a.m. to noon, 11-12U noon to 2
p.m., and 13U 2-4 p.m.
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Baseball dkills camp
Work on explosion, core,
throwing, fielding mechanics,
speed and acceleration with Scott
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Sessions are Tuesdays and
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Complex. Tuesday sessions
will run from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Saturday sessions are 2-4 p.m.
The camp is for players ages
8 and up. Cost is $99.
For more information, go to
www. ScottHemond.com.
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Visit http://choctaw.
floridatrail.org for details on
upcoming events.


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
PROPER PERSPECTIVE: Baker girls basketball coach Kathy Combest (in green sweater) says her fight against
cancer taught her not taught take anything for granted.




Much to be thankful for


Baker hoops coach

Kathy Combest says her

cancer is in remission

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER A familiar scene took
place in the Baker gym Monday
night as Kathy Combest shouted in-
structions to the Lady Gator basket-
ball team.
For the first time in more than a
year, Combest's life is returning to
normal.
Last season was anything but
normal for the longtime volleyball
and basketball coach as she compet-
ed with cancer in the biggest battle
of her life. There were times she
missed practice as her cancer and
the treatment of the disease left her
sick and weak. .
Nqw there is good news to re-
port.
"I went back in May and had a
PET scan, and it shows I don't have
any cancer," Combest said. "So far
I'm in remission. Of course, I still
have to go to the doctor, and I do that
in the month of December.
"After that, I don't have to go back
but every four to six months."
As many cancer survivors will tell
you, Combest said the disease put
things in proper perspective in her
life.
"It taught me to slow down a lit-
tle bit. And I don't take anything for
granted because things can change


Lady Gator basketball coach Kathy
Combest says her cancer
is in remission.

like that," she said, snapping her
fingers. "I used to live three or four
days ahead of myself, but I don't any-
more.
"I used to freak out if my house
wasn't clean and everybody didn't
have clean clothes or they didn't
have their lunches. I was real anal
about that stuff."
Throughout Combest's battle,
she leaned-on assistant coach Kim
Harrison in both basketball and vol-
leyball.
"Coach Harrison and I have al-
ways been together," Combest said.
"It's a great relationship because I'll
say something and she'll finish it.
Or she'll say something and
I'll finish it.
"It was a great
comfort to


'It taught me to
slow down a little bit.
Andl I(1on t take anything
for granted because things can
change like that. I used to live
three or four days ahead Qf myself
but I don't anymore. I used to freak
out if my house wasn't clean iand
everybody didn't have clean clothes or
they didn't have their lunches. I was
real anal about that stuff.

Kathy Combest
Baker basketball coach


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know she was there. Here I was try-
ing to go (do something), and she and
my husband (Steve) were, 'No you're
not. You're too sick.' She didn't miss
-a lick."
Combest coached both volleyball
and basketball for the better part of
two decades, going straight from vol-
leyball into basketball season every
year.
This year, she stepped down from
her volleyball duties. She turned the
program over to one of her former
players, Lisa Roy, so she could de-.
vote more of her energy to basket-
ball, her first love.
Combest didn't coach volleyball
this year, but she couldn't get away
from the game. She joined the ranks
of the officials calling local games.
"It's been great (not coaching
volleyball)," Combest said. "For
one thing, I haven't been physically
tired.
"You go for 19 years making some
sort of playoff (in volleyball) and go-
ing beyond the district tournament
every year, and then you have to hur-
ry back and get ready for basketball,
and it's tough. I feel like I was a lot
more prepared (for basketball) than
we would be in the past."
Combest also was able to help
with the fall middle school basket-
ball program.
Working with the players is what
Combest loves the most.
"This is just such a great com-
munity, and the kids are great," she
said. "You never have a problem
with them.
"Win or lose, they just work. It's
been a great experience for me to be
around these people (in Baker) and
the kids that I've coached."
One special kid she coached was
daughter Chelsea, who is now a
freshman on the Gulf Coast Commu-
nity College team.
Chelsea was a five-year starter at
Baker and won't be easy to replace.
"You had peace of mind when she
was on the floor because she was
like an extension of myself," Kathy
said. "I noticed it even more last
year being sick that she took a stron-
ger leadership role.
"We are going to miss that."
Kathy and Steve are likely to
be road warriors on the nights
the Lady Gators don't play this
year. They'll be traveling to
Hattiesburg, Miss., to see their
son, Chase, play basketball for
William Carey University, or
somewhere in the Panhandle
to watch Chelsea play for Gulf
Coast.
And now that she's healthy
again, Kathy has no intention
on leaving the sidelines any
time soon.
"I'd like to do it until I retire,"
she said. "And I have eight more
years."

Visit our online Baker girls
basketball reference page at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Golf Tips

from the

Pro: Going

against the

wind

Jeff .Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Conditions can get
pretty nasty on the
golf course as winter
weather arrives, with.
strong headwinds often
blowing out of the north.
Of course, even when the
wind is blowing from a
different direction, it's
nice to know. how to play
the shot.
In today's Golf Tips
from the Pro, Heritage
Plantation PGA teaching
pro Jeff Marks gives
some advice on how to
hit the ball low with your
irons so you can get the
best distance in less-
than-ideal conditions.

Today, we are going to
talk about how to hit the
ball low into a hard winter
wind.
Most of our golfers
are going to be teeing it
up (today), and they are
call'i- for cold and windy
c,-dit,.:., so this tip should
help everybody.
Golfers' tend to struggle
when it's real windy. They'll
put the clubs in the garage
and wait for a nicer day.
But if you understand the
wind and know how to
manage the wind, it's not
too bad.
First, we want to be able
to deloft our golf club.
I have a, 7-iron here..
Normally, I'd play a 7-iron
in the middle of my feet.
But in this case, I'm going
to move the ball back in my
stance a little bit.
I'm going to forward
press my hands, which
is going to deloft my golf
club. And I also try to keep
a little more weight on my
front side when I set up.
That way, when I get to
impact, I'm assured my ,
hands are ahead of the golf
club head. That will deloft
my shot and keep it down
nice and low.
What we are trying to
do is take this 7-iron and
give it the loft of a 5-iron
at impact. The less loft, the
lower the ball will fly.
The key to hitting, this
shot is you want to make
sure the club does not
release past your hands
very much at impact. If it
does, it will kick the-ball up
in the air. We also want to
finish the swing nice and
low.
It is very important to feel
that after you hit the shot the
club is finishing, as I like to
say, under a picnic table.
Don't let it get above the
picnic table.
You could use your 5-iron
and take something off of it,
but the problem is you're not
going to get the backspin
you need to hold the
greens when they are firm,
especially in the winter.
So a punch shot or a
knock-down shot is a great
shot to know.
The key to the shot is to
hold off your finish. Don't let
your hands flip over, or the
ball is going to go straight
up in the air.
If you have a golf
question for Jeff Marks,
e-mail it to News Bulletin
Sports Editor Randy
Dickson at randyd@
crestviewbulletin. com.
Or mail it to Randy
Dickson, 295 W James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, FL
32536. See video archives
of Jeff Marks' golf tips at
www. crestviewbulletin.
com.


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