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'DISTRICT.DISCUSSION'


Saturday, DECEMBER 27,


INSIDE


Former CHS,
principal
helps at Holt
Academy
2


City Council
President pays
holiday visit
4


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Low 60
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TABLE OF
CONTENTS
OBITUARIES .................... 3
SPORTS ................................ 8
CLASSIFIEDS ............. 6-7



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BAKER GREW UP AROUND,




historic block

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin


The Baker community started to form soon after the turn
of the century. The area first was known as Cobb, with a
post office established in that name in February 1906. The
office changed to the Baker Post Office in March 1912.
Construction on a block of four brick buildings located
near the center of the community began in 1909.


The project was directed by an engineer for
the Bagdad Lumber Company named John D.
C. Newton. It is believed Newton named the lo-
cation in honor of his father-in-law, a Reverend
Baker, who was also a stockholder in Bagdad
Lumber Company.
Between 1905 and 1910 the Alabama, Florida
& Gulf Railway Company established a line
from the town of Galliver to a sawmill com-
munity near the Alabama state line known as
Falco. The railroad was a boost to
Baker's economy as the tiny Baker ,t,
community was a stop along the
25-mile line of track that was es- meni
tablished to transport logs, but also Baker
carried freight and passengers.
A depot was built at Baker in 101, 0OU
1913 and located along what is now at www.
Highway 189, near the current site bullet
of the Baker Masonic Lodge. Pas-
sengers could ride from Galliver to
Baker, a distance of five and a half miles, for 27
cents. A one-way ticket to the end of the line in
Falco cost $1.20.
The Bank of Baker opened in September 1916
with a cash capital stock of $15,000 and $5,000
deposited on the first day of business. The bank
was a two-story brick structure located at the
intersection of Highways 4 and 189. The bank's
business was conducted on the first floor. The
second floor housed the doctor offices of broth-
ers Olen and Jut Enzor. The bank remained op-
erational until the stock market crash of 1929.
The block of four buildings built by the Bagdad
Lumber Company remained the center of the
town's business district and housed a number of
businesses over the years, including drug stores,


a millinery, theater, meat market and grocery
stores, and the Baker Mercantile Company.
The Baker Mercantile Company operated
continuously from 1910 until closing in 1994. It
was first called the Z.W Moore General Mer-
chandise. After Moore's death, his son Belah
took over the store. Later a cousin, Jack King,
operated it. King's daughter, Joyce, was the fi-
nal proprietor before closing the doors to make
way for the Baker Block Museum.


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The museum opened in 1996 af-
ter a two-year restoration project
funded by the Florida Bureau of
Historical Preservation. The muse-
um houses a collection of historical
artifacts as well as a library of local
history and genealogy. The muse-
um maintains programs geared to-
ward documenting area historical
sites and educating future genera-
tions about local history.


Other businesses that played a role in the
development of Baker included the cotton gin,
the Keyser gristmill and ice plant, the L.L.
Shaw turpentine still and blueberry operation,
and the Baker Hotel.
The first school near the Baker community
was the Griffith School, located at the Griffith
cemetery on the Old River Road in the late
1800s. That school was later moved to the site
of the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church and finally
to it's current location in 1915. The new school,
constructed in 1915 was a two-story brick struc-
ture at a cost of $4,400. Baker became the first
accredited high school in Okaloosa County in
1923, with its first graduating class in the fol-
lowing year.


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PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE BAKER BLOCK MUSEUM
EARLY VIEW: The photo at top is believed to
have been taken soon after the Baker Block
Museum was constructed in 1910.


MARKET ON THE BLOCK: Above, a front view of
the Baker Block Museum in 1941 with the
Blue Bird Market located in the portion that
now houses Daisy's Antiques.


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Elections

qualifying

begins

Monday

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Municipal elections are
scheduled for the cities of
Crestview and Laurel Hill
on March 10, 2009. Three
city council seats are up for
election in both cities. Each
seat carries a term of four
years in office.
Qualifying begins for
both elections at noon on
Monday and continues
through noon on Jan. 2.
Candidates forthe Crest-
view council seats must be
registered to vote and live
in the precinct boundaries
of the Crestview city pre-
cincts for which they are
running. The council seats
that are up for election are
in Precincts 1, 2, and 3.
Candidates for the Lau-
rel Hill council seats must
be registered to vote and
live in the city limits of Lau-
rel Hill prior to qualifying.
The three council seats are
elected at large, with the
three candidates receiving
the most votes elected.
A financial .disclosure,
gifts disclosure and ap-
pointment of a campaign
treasurer are required for
candidates in both elections.
Anyone interested in quali-
fying may do so at the Su-
pervisor of Elections offices
in Crestview at the Buddy
Brackin Bldg., 302 N. Wilson
St., or in Fort Walton Beach
at the Okaloosa County Wa-
ter and .Sewer Bldg., 1804
Lewis Turner Blvd.

2009 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
Crestview
municipal elections
* City Council Precinct 1,
currently held by
Chip Wells
* City Council Precinct 2,
currently held by
Lillie Conyers
* City Council Precinct 3,
currently held by
Charles Baugh
Laurel Hill
municipal elections
* Mayor, currently held by
Vizell Robbins
* Three at-large city coun-
cil seats, seats originally
held by Vizell Robbins
(currently held by Larry
Hendren), Wanda Adams
(currently held by Robby
Adams) and Gary Collin-
sworth (currently vacant)

CANDIDATES
These people had pre-
filed to qualify for the 2009
municipal elections as of
Dec. 22
*Charles Baugh,
Crestview City Council
Precinct 3
* Larry Hendren,
Laurel Hill mayor
The list of candidates
for the 2009 municipal elec-
tions is available online
at www.govote-okaloosa.
com/ElectionCandidates.
aspx?eid=32


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Local


Saturday, December 27, 2008


Holt Academy hires Johnson as new director


Facility lures former Baker, CHS principal out of retirement *. " ' .7 ,,-' '," -'- .


Special to the News Bulletin
HOLT - It didn't take Holt
Academy owner and found-
er Lori Cook Miller long to
connect with retired educa-
tor Andy Johnson when she
lost her co-founder and the
former director of the child
care facility.
Asked why she offered
the director position to
Johnson, Miller replied, "I
enjoyed Mr. Johnson's so-
cial studies classes when I
was one of his students, and


I know that he is a respect-
ed educator in the commu-
nity."
Miller went on to say she
was looking for someone
who was child-centered and
had a background in educa-
tion.
Johnson retired almost
two years ago after serving
at Baker School and Crest-
view High School for more
than thirtyyears. He worked
as the principal at both
schools and also served as a
teacher and counselor while


at Baker.
Johnson said he was ex-
cited about this new chapter
in his life.
"While my school experi-
ences will certainly be ben-
eficial to me, there is a lot
that I have to learn about
the curriculum and work-
ing with this age group. We
have a brand new half-mil-
lion-dollar facility with room
for growth in several of our
classrooms. The staff here is
great."
Johnson went on to say he
was amazed at the amount
of financial assistance avail-
able to families who qualify.
He said one of his first chal-
lenges will be to advertise
this opportunity to parents
and caregivers in the area.
Holt Academy is located
less than a quarter of a mile


BACK IN ACTION: Former Baker and Crestview principal Andy Johnson in his new
role as director of Holt Academy.


west of the caution light on
U.S. Highway 90 in Holt. It
is open from 5:30 a.m. until
7 p.m. and serves children


from birth through age 4
while offering before and af-
ter school care for elemen-
tary students. Children are


served breakfast, lunch and
two snacks during the day.
The telephone number is
537-8299.


HOLT ACADEMY PRESENTS CHRISTMAS PROGRAM


See more
photos from the
Holt Academy
Christmas
program at
www.crestview-
bulletin.com


A VISIT FROM ST. NICK: At right,
students and audience members
were surprised and could not
believe their eyes ... especially when
Saint Nickolas really arrived at the
Holt Academy program, "Twas the
Night of the Christmas Program."


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
VPK STUDENTS REHEARSE: Holt Academy VPK students
practice for the program. Below, Holt Academy
2-year-olds practice for the Christmas program.

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Saturday, December 27, 2008


Religion


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


From the PULPIT




The coming




New Year

By Dr. Donnie Cadenhead

As we approach the coming New Year, I see much
change in the church and in America. I see the church
offering strange fire (sacrifice) to the Lord, and I see
America in chaos.
Unless the church finds direction, America never will.
II Chronicles 7:14 says, "If my people (the church), which
are called by name (believers), shall humble themselves,
and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked
ways; then I will hear from Heaven, and will forgive their
sin, and will heal their land." (King James Version)
Let me address the church offering strange fire first.
Aaron was Moses' brother and he had four sons. Two of
his sons, Nadab and Abihu, took common fire from the
altar instead of Holy fire. The Holy fire was new kindled
fire and the common fire was where the flesh and peace
offerings were boiled. They did not do this in ignorance,
but in a lack of respect for God. What I see in the church
for the coming year is more lack of respect for God and
the things of God. The church has intensive activities
going on, but is the joy of the Lord really in our hearts?
We act and often look exactly like those who don't have a
relationship with God. Our worship has become empty,
our prayer life drudgery, and it seems we have no real
fellowship with God. We have so many church activities,
yet we organize God out of the picture. Everything seems
to be in order, and so-called manifestations of the Spirit
seem to be present, but much of it is fake. We have fake
blessings, fake experiences, fake revelations and fake
works. Aaron's two sons thought they were the only ones
doing something special for the Lord, and what they had
was a fake relationship with God.
We must not allow strange fire to come into the
worship in our churches. We must present that which
is Holy to the Lord. To the church at Rome, Paul wrote,
"I beseech you, therefore Brethren, by the Mercies of
God, that you present your bodies a Living Sacrifice,
Holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable
service. And be not conformed to this world, but be ye
transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may
prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect Will
of God."
Turning to America, I see some dark days ahead, but I
am not discouraged, because I have great faith and trust
in God.
"I have never seen the Righteous forsaken nor his
seed begging for bread."
"My God shall supply all of your need according to His
riches in Glory by Christ Jesus."
There is so much unrest in America, with the
economy the No. 1 thought on much of our minds. People
are without jobs, and major corporations are facing
closures. For the first time in America we .don't seem
to have the answer, but we really do. The answer has
always been and will always be Jesus Christ.
The Islamic Jihadists claim they received word that
their great Iman wants to appear, but has said he will not
do so until the world is in total chaos. This explains why
so many Ayatollahs and Mullahs are behind the terrorist
acts being planned and carried out. It is all designed to
create utter chaos and is meant to destroy Israel and
America.
You may ask, "Why is there so much chaos in
America?" The answer lies in where we have come
from and where it has brought us. I don't believe any
knowledgeable American will deny America was founded
as a Godly nation. If you study our history you know why
America became the nation she became. It was because
her foundation was on God, Jesus Christ and the Bible.
Since 1973, more than 47 million innocent babies have
been aborted. For every 1,000 live births in America, 306
babies are aborted. The issue of same-sex marriage. has
become a major divider. The church hasn't even been
able to agree as to God's design for a man and woman.
Divorce rates are rampant in America, and some
numbers show great alarm even in our churches.
While all of this confusion is taking place in America,
the ACLU, Americans United for Separation of Church
and State, and others are trying to shrink the' visibility
and influence of religious faith in this country. I recently
received a letter from the Rev. Berry Lynn, Executive
Director of Americans United for Separation of Church
and State. His letter was intended to intimidate religious
leaders, saying IRS tax laws prohibit them from
supporting or opposing political candidates and that
churches would be audited by the IRS if they supported
or opposed candidates. Whatever happened to our
clergy and church having the "right to free speech"? We
could see our national motto, "In God we Trust," being
removed or the taking of "One nation under God" out of
our pledge of allegiance.
But be at rest! There is no need to fret about the
things coming upon the earth. If you are a believer in
Christ (made Jesus your Lord and Savior), you don't
have to be overly concerned about the fearful signs and
calamities. You know what this is about! It is all signaling
the coming of the Lord Jesus to take His people away
The world is not adrift. The Lord hasn't abandoned
the earth, no matter how wicked and faithless
humankind has become. Rather, God has simply
. picked up the pace. What you are seeing now is a swift
movement of events toward the great time of the coming
of the Son of Man.
This is not the time for the church to use strange fire
in worship, but a time to put our whole hearts into our
relationship with Jesus Christ. If Jesus is not the very
center of every minute of your life, you need to make a
complete commitment to him. This could very well be
the last year on earth for all who are Christians. If you
are not a Christian, this year could be the beginning of
the worst period in history. It could signal the beginning


of the "Great Tribulation" talked about in the Book of
Revelation.
We must be ready!

Dr. Donnie Cadenhead is the Pastor of Victorious
Life Worship Center located one mile north of Crestview
High School on State Road 85. Victorious Life is a
non-denominational church with services on Sunday
mornings at 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. and Sunday nights at
6 p.m. Family night is Wednesday qt 7 p.m.


From staff reports

TODAY

FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Satur-
day, Dec. 27, at 8:30 a.m.
Meet in Gulf Breeze for
a hike/picnic on Gulf
Islands National Sea-
shore. Details: (850)
939-0966.
Visit http://choctaw.
floridatrail.org for de-
tails on the group's up-
coming events.

NORTH
OKALOOSA

BOSTON BUTT
SALE: The fifth an-
nual Christmas and
New Year's Boston Butt
Sale, with proceeds ben-
efiting the Duke it Out
American Cancer Soci-
ety Relay For Life team,
is underway. Cost is $20
for a delicious smoked
Boston Butt. Pick up
is Dec. 31 at Crestview
Publix between 4 and 5
p.m. To order contact
Loney Whitley at 217-
2012 or Chris Cox at
902-1075.
WILD GAME DIN-
NER: Rotary Club of
Crestview invites you
to the 16th Annual Wild
Game Feast and Two-
Day Quail Hunt Feb. 6
and 7. The Wild Game
Feast will be held the
evening of Feb. 6 at
Gum Creek Lodge in
Baker.
Mike Martin, Florida
State University base-
ball coach, is this year's
speaker. Proceeds will
benefit NWF State Col-
lege (formerly OWC)
Sports Program and
the Rotary Scholarship
Fund. For more infor-
mation; to purchase
tickets or to schedule
a hunt, please call Bill
Barnhill at (850) 803-
2367 or Ronnie Lun-
sford at 682-5168.
BEGINNER COM-
PUTER CLASSES:
will start in January at
the Harvest Vineyard
Mission. Cost is $50 for
a one-on-one class on
computer for beginners,
email, the Internet, etc.
Call Mark Long at (850)
305-3012 to schedule
an appointment from
8 a.m. to 11 a.m. only.
Classes are available
for 1 to 1.5 hours a day.
EMERALD COAST
HOSPICE: As a Relay
for Life fund-raiser, the
hospice, is selling Home


OBITUARIES


Ouida Higdon Keyser


Ouida Higdon Keyser (Sept. 30, 1961 - Dec.
14,2008) of Crestview died peacefully at home
with family members present.
She was married to Charles Renshaw Key-
ser, June 30, 1945, for 58 years until his death
in 2003.
A graduate of Jay High School and Florida
State University, she taught for 28 years in
Santa Rosa, Escambia and Okaloosa coun-
ties.
Ouida was predeceased by her parents, Burley Alan
Higdon and Georgia Mixon Higdon of Jay; all seven sib-
lings and their spouses, plus all three of her in-laws and
their spouses, including Betha Higdon Allen (J.T.), Bag-
dad; Cecile Higdon (Laura), Jay; her late in-laws, Edna
Keyser Adkinson (James A.), Albert R. Keyser (Eliza-
beth), and Mary Keyser Kierce (Steiner).
Their four children are Cecile Keyser Lindegren
(John), Fort Walton Beach; Vicki Keyser Ford (Steve),
Milton; Chuck Keyser (Terry), Auburndale; and Kitty
Keyser Sims (Doug), Crestview.
Grandchildren and extended family include Erica
Lindegren (Sarasota), Roxana Ford, Milton; Erin Ford
(Milton); Kathryn Keyser, Ely (Dustin), Winter Haven;

Texie M. Edge


Texie M. Edge, age 86, of
Crestview, passed away Mon-
day, Dec. 22, 2008. She was
born Oct. 13, 1922 in Okaloosa
County and was a lifelong
resident of the area. She was
a Methodist by faith.
She was preceded in death
by a daughter, Melissa Char-
lene Fuller.
Survivors include three
children, Opal Fenn of San An-
tonio, Texas; Henry E. (Hank)
and Virginia Brewer of Milton;
and Thomas P (Tommy) and
Nadena Edge of Sneeds; one


brother, Thomas J. Madden of
Orlando; eight grandchildren,
eight great-grandchildren,
several great-great-grand-
children and four step-great-
grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services
were held at 11 a.m. Friday,
Dec. 26 at Old Bethel Ceme-
tery with Bro. Dean Hendrick-
son officiating. Interment will
follow. Friends may visit with
the family prior to the service.
Brackney RFneral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of
the arrangements.


Christopher Keyser (Tallahassee); and Jarod
Sims (Joanna), Crestview; Jason Lindegren
(Shannon, Elijah and Levi) Lexington, N.C.; and
Jeremy Lindegren (Jacob and Candace), Port
Lavaca, Texas.
Area surviving nieces and nephews include
B.J. "Bud" Allen (Lana), Bagdad; Patricia Posey
Miller (Robert), Cantonment; Marian Adkinson
Guthrie, Pensacola, son Jamey and daughter
Deby; Rosalyn Kierce Cutts (Jimmy), Milton.
Others are Chuck Kierce (Estella), Castroville, Texas;
Howard Adkinson (Marilyn), College Station, Texas; El-
eanor Adkinson Rothrock (Gary), San Jose, Calif.; Rich-
ard Keyser (Pat), Plano, Texas; Beth Keyser, Plano; Bill
Keyser (Karen), Rapid City, S.D.; Amelia Hugghins (Mar-
lin, Pell City, Ala.; Winfred Ann Mills (Bill), Daphne, Ala.
Memorials may be made to First United Methodist
Church, Crestview, Building Fund, or to a charity of your
choice. Flowers were also accepted.
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19, First
United Methodist Church, Crestview. Burial followed at
Liveoak Park Memorial Cemetery, Crestview. Whitehu-
rst-Powell Funeral Home, Crestview, was entrusted with
arrangements.

0. Ray Hall


. 0. Ray Hall, 75,
passed away peace-
fully on Dec. 18, 2008.
He was born on Nov.
30, 1933 in Gaskin,
Fla. He retired from
Fairchild Industries
and owned Hall's
Welding for 40 years.
He is survived by
his wife of 33 years,
Carol A. Hall; six
children, Ronnie Hall
(Judy), Sharon Hall,
Cena Davis (Lee),
Clay Hickenbotam


(Marcy), Brandi Hi-
die, Katrina Huston
(Jimmy), 18 grand-
children and seven
great-grandchildren.
The family would
like to express their
appreciation to the
doctors, nurses and
staff in ER and ICU at
North Okaloosa Medi-
cal Center. A private
memorial service was
held at the home on
Sunday, Dec. 21 at 11
a.m.


Interiors candles. Call 689:
0300 to place your order; all
proceeds go to their Relay
for Life team. Details: Su-
sie Chestnut, 689-0300 or
850-259-3001.
CITIZENS ACADEMY
CLASSES: will be held
by the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office Adminis-
tration Building from Jan.
6 to March 24. Signup is
taking place now. Details:
Ashley Bailey, 651-715, or
www.sheriff-okaloosa.org


online.
ACT TEST: Students
must register by Jan. 6 to
take the next ACT achieve-
ment test on Feb. 7. Cost is
$31 for the traditional ACT
and $46 for the ACT Plus
Writing. There is a late reg-
istration deadline of Jan. 7-
16, with an extra fee.
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Wrapping up 2008 and looking forward to 2009


Happy New Year to you and
yours! Some make special wish-
es or write resolutions for the


new year, with
faith and hope
to start a new
beginning. My
bookshelves hold
a row of match-
ing journals
holding my life
events and sto-
ries for the past
number of years.
Each book be-


ESTELLE
ROGERS
Up on the Hill


gins with a page for predictions
for the new year and ends with
milestone days and reflections
on the past year. The first few
weeks are neatly penned. The
pages then digress in neatness
with edges filled, underlined
items, important dates circled.
Each new year I resolve to keep
a neater journal. This may be the
year to keep that resolution!
* Christmas at our house was
quiet. Doug commissioned me
to buy a gift for myself. Several
times over I filled that commis-
sion until I can't tell you what
gift I received for Christmas. I
recycled a gift (I admit!) for him,
a tiny frame with a red hat pic-
ture of me from one of my Red
Hat sisters. At the last minute I
shopped for a new electric razor.


He was pleased with both.
Linda and my favorite son-
in-law will arrive tomorrow and
we will have Merry Christmas all
over again. My daughter and two
sons are all busy worker-bees
with Christmas celebrations in
their home churches and with
their growing families in Geor-
gia, Maryland and south Florida.
I am happy with that arrange-
ment and enjoy seeing them any
time of the year.
* Before Christmas the Hill-
toppers met at the Laurel Hill
Grill for lunch. Eula Mae Har-
rison spent the holidays with
her son in Bushnell; McDonald
Campbell joined relatives for
Christmas day; Janet Twitty,
Barbara Maples, Cassie Rog-
ers, Penny Dunston and Norma
Flourney spent quiet days at
home with family.
* The Alzheimer support
group meeting in December was
a gathering of women needing a
time of fellowship and support.
Some of the ladies are able to
leave their loved one at home
alone or have a sitter stay with
them. Some have day help. Oth-
ers have no outside help. This
gathering lets each one know


they are not alone in this dif-
ficult walk of caring for the one
dearest to their heart. 'Till death
do us part has a powerful mean-
ing.
Cathy Seymour, in her yel-
low Indian wedding dress, spoke
on a daughter's perspective.
She is caring for her father and
spoke from experience. Informa-
tive and funny (if you don't laugh
you will cry!), she informed us
from her vast knowledge of care
giving.
On the lighter side we en-
joyed refreshments allowing
us to show verbal appreciation
to Carolyn Williams, director
of these meetings. Alzheimer
support group meetings will
continue on the third Thursday
of each month at First Baptist
fellowship building, but the time
will be changed to Thursday af-
ternoons at 2 p.m. There is never
a charge and all are welcome to
attend. Benefit will be received if
your family member or a friend
is dealing with any form of de-
mentia.
* Reviewing the past year I
find it has been like a workout in
the gym on powerful equipment,
building muscles that had grown


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A DAUGHTER'S PERSPECTIVE:
Cathy Seymour in her yellow
Indian wedding dress during
the December Alzheimer sup-
port group meeting in Laurel
H ill.
weak by family down time spent
in two hospitals and two differ-
ent nursing homes. I dealtwith a
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WELCOME HOME:
Crestview city coun-
cil president Lillie
Conyers was greeted
by Sarah Westbrook
and a host of friends
as she entered city
hall for a Christmas
luncheon on Tues-
day. It was Cony-
ers' first trip to city
hall since she was
injured in a traffic
accident in August.
"I'm just so glad to
be back. I have real-
ly missed everyone,"
Conyers said.


Shoal Creek receives special visit


Special to the News Bulletin

Members from the Fort Walton Beach
Community Choir brought true holiday
cheer to Shoal Creek Rehabilitation Cen-
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to sing a variety of Christmas music.
They began by singing a "Christmas
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Those Bells" and many more.
They also took requests from the au-
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Any community group interested in
visiting the center may call 689-3146 and
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During 2008 we have connected
with wonderful nurses and help-
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Home Health Services. We are
blessed with our two daytime
caregivers, Glenda and Joan.
We are thankful for God's pro-
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a brighter 2009.
* Congratulations to Ro-
land and Yvonne Jordan on
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary! Their children gave them
a lovely dinner at Apostolic
Life Tabernacle in Crestview.
Friends and family joined in
the celebration for this wonder-
ful couple Dec. 20. Roland and
siblings attended Laurel Hill
School in yesteryear. His sister,
Ruth Jordan Nelson, was in
our graduating class.
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NASCAR settles


NASCAR has settled a
$225 million lawsuit filed
by a former Nationwide
Series official who said she
was subjected to racial dis-
crimination and sexual
harassment during her time
working for the organiza-
tion.
Terms of the settlement
between Mauricia Grant and
NASCAR were confidential.
The settlement was
agreed to at a mediation held
in New York on Dec. 3.
"We're glad to have the
case settled on mutually
acceptable terms,"
NASCAR spokesman
Ramsey Poston said in a
statement.
"NASCAR remains dedi-
cated to maintaining a pro-
fessional work environment
for all employees at all
times, and we wish Ms.


Grant well in her future
endeavors."
Grant filed the federal
lawsuit against NASCAR in
June. Grant detailed more
than 50 instances of alleged
racial and sexual harassment
in her complaint.
Grant, who is black,
worked as a technical
inspector responsible for
certifying cars in
NASCAR's second-tier
Nationwide Series from
January 2005 until her
October 2007 termination.
In the lawsuit filed in June in
the U.S. District Court for
the Southern District of New
York, Grant alleged 23 spe-
cific incidents of alleged
sexual harassment and 34
specific incidents of alleged
racial and gender discrimi-
nation during her employ-
ment.


Bill Davis sells team


Bill Davis, struggling to
keep his team afloat during a
fruitless search for sponsorship,
has sold majority ownership of
both his race team and his
engine company.
Mike Held, a California
businessman, and Marty Gaunt,
an executive with Bill Davis
Racing, purchased majority
interest from Davis. The duo
said they've also taken control
of Triad Racing Development,
which supplied engines, chassis
and bodies for all three of
NASCAR's top series. -
TIfie nev..-company is inmeJT
Triad Racing Technologies.
Davis, who has been in
NASCAR for more than 20
years, won the 2002 Daytona
500 with Ward Burton and the
Truck Series championship this
season with Johnny Benson.
But he lost his Cup team spon-
sor and has been unable to


secure funding for 2009.
"This is an exciting time for
us," Gaunt said. "With the
changing economic landscape,
we see this as an opportunity to
service existing Toyota teams
and build the business by pro-
viding cost effective engine
support and chassis production
to all racing teams regardless of
manufacturer association."
With more than 40 years
combined motorsports experi-
ence, including ownership,
Gaunt and Held will immedi-
ately hold management roles.
-Guit, was a co-owiero'f Red
Horse Racing in the Truck
Series team before holding
management positions with
Red Bull Racing Team and
BDR. Held, who has an engi-
neering background, co-owned
teams in Indy car and
NASCAR with Robby
Gordon.


Drug testing in NASCAR


NASCAR will test driv-
ers for performance-enhanc-
ing drugs next month under
a tougher policy that also
* bans using illegal drugs and
abusing prescription med-
ications.
NASCAR likely will test
drivers the third week of
January, and crew members
must submit results from an
approved lab by Jan. 16.
Under the old policy,
NASCAR had the right to
randomly test based on sus-
picion of abuse. Under the
tougher guidelines first
announced in September,
everyone will be tested
before the season begins,
and random testing will
continue throughout the
year. NASCAR expects to
randomly test 12 to 14 indi-
viduals per series each
weekend in 2009.
The guidelines were
strengthened in part
because of former Truck
Series driver Aaron Fike's
admission that he had used
heroin -- even on days he
raced. That led Tony
Stewart, Kevin Harvick and,
other veteran drivers to call
on NASCAR to add random
drug testing to its policy.
Those who must be test-
ed before Jan. 16 include:
pit crew members, includ-
ing "over-the-wall" crew


members, the crew chief,
car chief, team members
responsible for tires, fuel
and pit crew operation,
spotters and race-day sup-
port personnel that includes
engineers, engine tuners,
shock specialists, chassis
specialists and tire special-
ists.
Among the substances
those participants must be
tested for are:
* Seven different
amphetamines, including
methamphetamine and
PMA, a synthetic psychos-
timulant and hallucinogen.
* Three drugs classified
under ephedrine.
* Thirteen different nar-
cotics, including codeine
and morphine.
* Ten different benzodi-
azepines and barbituates.
* Marijuana, cocaine,
zolpidem, nitrites, chro-
mates and drugs that can
increase specific gravity.
The driver testing, which
will be administered by
NASCAR, had been sched-
uled for preseason testing at
Daytona next month. But
because testing has been
suspended for 2009,
NASCAR likely will screen
drivers when most are in
Charlotte next month for
the annual media tour of
race shops.


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Testing at Daytona


Kimmel leads

62 drivers with


fastest time
On the heels of a race
event title sponsorship
announcement, the ARCA
RE/MAX Series wrapped
up a three-day open test at
Daytona Int'l Speedway
over the weekend during
which 62 drivers participat-
ed in preparation for the
46th annual and newly-
named Lucas Oil Slick Mist
200 coming Saturday, Feb.
7, 2009.
Several series regulars,
an abundant collection of
newcomers and an interest-
ing combination of big
names shared headlines
throughout the open test
under sunny skies and high.
temperatures in the low 80s.
Morning and afternoon
test sessions Friday,
Saturday and Sunday were
divided up in separate single
car runs and separate draft-
ing runs.
Among the drivers who
tested in the single car runs,
third-generation ARCA
racer Will Kimmel, nephew
of nine-time series champi-
on Frank Kimmel, circled
the "World Center of
Racing" quickest overall
with a time of 49.730 sec-
onds, for an average speed
of 180.977 mph:- .
Kimmel, in the no. 44
Kimmel Racing Ford
Fusion, attributed his on-
track performance to,
"Ford" and "an experienced
crew."
Steve Blackburn, in his
own Dodge Charger, was
second quickest overall
among those who made sin-
gle car runs with a speed of
180.955 mph.
"We put on a new set (of
tires) and they hooked up,"
said Blackburn. "The test
was a real boost to our team;
we can walk out of here with
our heads held high. Just
hope we can come back in
February and do it again."
Blackburn was also sec-
ond quickest overall among
those who made runs in two
separate drafting sessions
Saturday and Sunday after-
noon.
However, ARCA
RE/MAX Series regular
Patrick Sheltra, in a Dodge
Charger, posted the quickest
time of the entire three-day
test in the Saturday after-
noon drafting session during
which the Indiantown, Fla.,
driver set the bar with a top
speed of 183.846 mph.
"We weren't planning on
drafting right away but we
found ourselves right in the
thick of the draft in our first
three laps on the track and
the car drafted brilliantly,"
Sheltra said. "We just want-
ed to make sure it could
suck up. It did that and
more. I can't take credit for
everything. These guys that
work on these racecars are
the best and it's because of
their hard work that we're
sitting atop of the charts."
Newcomers' JR
Fitzpatrick, . Parker
Kligerman, Mikey Kile, and


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2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Raybestos Rookie of the Year contender Joey
Logano talks with a crew member during ARCA RE/MAX testing Friday at Daytona


International Speedway.
Beau Slocumb also showed
promise in the draft as each
spent time near the top of
the charts.
Several teams with
multi-car efforts participat-
ed including Bobby Gerhart
Racing, Eddie Sharp
.Racing, TRG Motorsports,
Venturini Motorsports,
Andy Belmont Racing and
Jones Group Racing to
name a few.
Gerhart, a five-time
ARCA winner at Daytona,
tested several different driv-
ers including Gomez, AJ
Henriksen and Joey Coulter.
Gerhart's team was one
of the first to drive through
the gates and one of the last
to leave Sunday night.
"If there were five days, I
would be here for all of
them," said Gerhart. "We try
to get here first and we're
always the last to leave.
That lesson was taught to
me a long time ago."
Gerhart, who hails from
Lebanon, Pennsylvania,
works tirelessly on his
Daytona International
Speedway cars and says that
every year the field of driv-
ers only gets tougher.
"The field is great,"
Gerhart said of the 2009
entry list. "I know when I
come here I become a very
unpopular guy. In a way, it's
going to sound odd, but
that's a pretty big comple-
ment. That really goes to the
level of exposure that this
place has brought to this
race.
"I've always felt that
coming here to Daytona is a
huge privilege for anybody.
Just coming to the garage
and be a part of this thing let
alone get on the race track
and in my case be unbeliev-
ably fortunate to win one
(race) and looking back on
it to be where we're at


today. I never could have
envisioned that."
Bigp. names garnering
headlines during the test
included Joey Logano,
Ricky Carmichael, Bobby
Hamilton, Jr. and PJ Jones,
all of whom spent time
behind the wheel over the
weekend.
Logano, testing under
the Joe Gibbs Racing ban-
ner with Venturini
Motorsports, took his first
laps around the legendary
motorsports facility.
"I'm just getting as many
laps as I can and learn as
much as I can," Logano
said, who will replace Tony
Stewart as the driver of the
Home Depot Toyota in the
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
in 2009. "I've got a big year
ahead on the Cup side . . .
whatever I can do to make
myself better."
Logano is preparing to
pull off the Saturday night
doubleheader at Daytona.
"I'm doing it," Logano
added of his busy
DIRECTV Speedweeks
2009 schedule. "I'm run-
ning both races (ARCA and
Budweiser Shoot Out) and
then I've got the
Nationwide race with the
Game Stop Toyota and then
running the Cup race with
the Home Depot Toyota.
Between all that, I've got
my hands full."
Toss in the Gatorade
Duel At Daytona 150-mile
qualifying races, Logano
will be racing five events
during DIRECT
Speedweeks.
Carmichael, a five-time
Daytona Supercross By
Honda champion, added
stock cars to the list as he
too participated in the
three-day ARCA RE/MAX
Series test.
"This is what it's all


about; when you hear about
Daytona, it's stock car rac-
ing," Carmichael said. "I'm
having a great time here.
This race track has a lot of
character and a lot of histo-
ry. This is what I want to
do. I've been around here
in a sports car and obvious-
ly a motorcycle a time or
two. I'm just glad to be in a
stock car. This is a dream
of mine and I'm glad to
have the opportunity to do
that."
Carmichael, utilizing
the Lucas Oil Slick Mist
200 ARCA RE/MAX
Series race at Daytona as a
tune-up for the 250-mile
NASCAR Camping World
Truck Series race at
Daytona, tested a Chevrolet
for Kevin Harvick Inc.
"We want to obviously
get the car as fast as we can
for qualifying and then
drafting practice and see
how the car drafts and
make it handle as good as
we can and do good in the
actual race," Carmichael
said of this weekend's test-
ing goals. "For us, the main
thing is going to be drafting
practice and see how the
car handles."
Local Daytona Beach
native/favorite Alli Owens
was also on hand for the
three-day test. The 20-year
graduate from Atlantic
High in Port Orange, in a
D'Hondt Motorsports-pre-
pared Toyota, was fourth
fastest in the Saturday
morning session.
"Every time I come back
to Daytona, it's always a
special thing because I'm
the hometown girl," Owens
said. "This is the first year
in a Toyota and a new team
with D'Hondt Motorsports
and my sponsors that we
still have with Electrifying
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CRIM, deceased, whose CIVIL ACTION CASE
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All creditors of the dece-
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decedent's estate on
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ROBERT FRANK HART-
LEY et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
December 12, 2008 and
entered in Case No.
2008 CA 000353 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC, is the
Plaintiff and ROBERT
FRANK HARTLEY; THE
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COUNTY, FLORIDA
A/K/A 229 CARMEL
DRIVE UNIT 11, FORT
WALTON BEACH, FL
32547
Any person claiming
an interest in the
surplus from the
sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on December 16, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
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P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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should contact Court Ad-
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telephone number (850)
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SCIATION, INC.; are the Legal # 100464
All other creditors of the Dfendants, I will sell to
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decedesons having clad other per- der or cash at IN COURT OF THE FIRST
daneds entas erdaga- FRONT OF CLERK'S JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
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decedent's estate must SHALIMAR ANNEX at OKALOOSA
file claims with this court 11 OAM on the 12 COUNTY, FLORIDA
WIAFTER THE DAMONTE OFday of Feruar, 2009 CIVIL ACTION CASE
THE FIRST PUBLICA- the following described NO. 2007 CA
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SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
December 12. 2008 and
entered in Case No.
2007 CA 005094 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein
BANK OF AMERICA,
NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, is the Plaintiff and
MELISSA L DYE A/K/A
MELISSA DYE; WELLS
FARGO BANK, N/A.;
are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 12
day of January, 2009,
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOT 8, BLOCK B,
QUAIL RUN AC-
CORDING T6 THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 8, AT PAGES
47 AND 48, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 1015 QUAIL
HOLLOW DRIVE,
MARY ESTHER, FL
32569
Any person.claiming
an interest in the
surplus from the
sale, if any, other
than the property
owner as o the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim
within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on December 16, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tam pa, Florida
33622-5018
F 0 7 04 0 2 2 6
NMNC-CONV-R-khart-
maier
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
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.
Enlin Parkway, Shalimar,
FE 32579 ; telephone
number (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
12/20/08
12/27/08


Legal # 100465
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 2007 CA
005801 S DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WAYLON K. FLOWERS,
et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
december 12, 2008 and
entered in Case No,
2007 CA 005801 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK
NA is the Plaintiff and
WAYLON K. FLOWERS;
ERIN N. DELL ANGELO;


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are the Defendants, I will CLAIMANTS; PIER ONE Legal # 100467 abilities needing special UMS, A CONDOMIN-
sell to the highest and C O N D OM I N I U M accommodation to partic- IUM ACCORDING TO
best bidder for cash at A S S 0 - IN THE CIRCUIT ipate in this proceeding THE DECLARATION
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S CIATION OF FORT WAL- COURT OF THE FIRST should contact Court Ad- OF CONDOMINIUM
FRONT DOOR OF TON . BEACH, INC. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ministration at 101 James THEREOF AS RE-
SHALIMAR ANNEX at F / K A AND FOR Lee Boulevard East, Crest- CORDED IN OFFICIAL
11:00AM on the 12 PIER I CONDOMINIUM O KA LO O S A view FL, 32536-3515 RECORDS BOOK
day of February, 2009 ASSOCIATION, INC.; COUNTY FLORIDA telephone number (850) 2690 AT PAGE 2889
the following described TENANT #1 N/K/A CIVIL ACTION CASE 689-5000, Extension OF THE PUBLIC REC-
property as set forth in ROSA NEEJA, and TEN- NO. 2007 CA 7497, prior to the pro- ORDS OF
said Final Judgment: ANT #2 N/K/A ISMAEL 005301 DIVISION ceeding. or Shalimar O K A L 0 O 5 A
CONTRERAS are the De- (850) 651-7497 COUNTY FLORIDA
LOT 2, BLOCK A, fendants, I will sell to the U.S. BANK NATIONAL TOGETHER WITH AN
CANTER BUR Y highest and best bidder ASSOCIATION, AS IMPORTANT UNDIVIDED INTEREST
WOODS, ACCORD- for cash at IN FRONT TRUSTEE OF J.P MOR- � IN THE COMMON EL-
ING TO THE PLAT OF CLERK'S FRONT GAN ALTERNATIVE In accordance with the EMENTS, IF ANY, AP-
THEREOF AS RE- DOOR OF SHALIMAR LOAN TRUST 2006-A4, Americans with Disabili- PURTENANT
CORDED IN PLAT ANNEX at 11:00AM, Plaintiff, ties Act, persons with dis- THERETO, SUBJECT
BOOK 8, PAGE 53, o n abilities needing special TO AND I ACCORD-
OF THE PUBLIC REC- the 12 day of January, vs. accommodation to partic- ANCE WITH THE
ORDS OF 2009, the following de- ipate in this proceeding COVENANTS, CON-
O K A L O O S A scribed property as set SHAWN A. GRANATO, should contact Court Ad- DITIONS, RESTRIC-
COUNTY, FLORIDA. forth in said Final Judg- et al, ministration at 1250 N. TIONS, TERMS, AND
ment: Defendant(s). Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, OTHER PROVISIONS
THE CONDOMINIUM FL, 32579; telephone OF SAID DECLARA-
A/K/A 415 VILLAGE PARCEL KNOWN AS number (850) 651-7497, TION.
COURT, FORT WAL- APARTMENT NO. NOTICE OF FORECLO- prior to the proceeding. A/K/A 125 TOOKE
TON BEACH, FL A-114, PIER ONE SURE SALE STREET UNIT L, FORT
32547 CONDOMINIUM, A 12/20/08 WALTON BEACH, FL
CONDOMINIUM, NOTICE IS HEREBY 12/27/08 32548
Any person claiming A C - GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Any person claiming an
an interest in the CORDING TO THE nal Judgment of Mort- interest in the surplus
surplus from the DECLARATION OF gage Foreclosure dated from the sale, if any,
sale, if any, other CONDOMINI UM December 12, 2008 and other than the property
than the property THEREOF RECORDED entered in Case No. Legal # 120121 owner as of the date of
owner as of the date IN OFFICIAL REC- 2007 CA 005301 of the the Lis Pendens must. file
of the Lis Pendens ORDS BOOK 742, Circuit Court of the FIRST PUBLIC AUCTION a claim within sixty (60)
must file a claim PAGE 505 OF THE Judicial Circuit in and for Pursuant to Section days after the sale.
within sixty (60) PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA County, 713.75, Florida Statues, WITNESS MY HAND
days after the sale. O K A L O O S A Florida wherein U.S. there will be a public and the seal of this Court
COUNTY, FLORIDA BANK NATIONAL AS- auction 01/12/2009 at on Dec. 4, 2008.
WITNESS MY HAND AND THE AMEND- SOCIATION, AS TRUS- 9:00AM for the following
and the seal of this Court MENTS THEREOF TEE OF J.P MORGAN vehicles Don W. Howard
on December 16, 2008. AND PURSUANT TO ALTERNATIVE -LOAN Clerk of the Circuit Court
SURVEY, PLOT PLAN TRUST 2006-A4,-is-the 2009 MITS GALANT By;-eVikki-Jackson
Don W. Howard AND GRAPHIC DE- Plaintiff and SHAWN A. VIN#4A3AB36F99E02 Deputy Clerk
Clerk of the Circuit Court SCRIPTION OF IM- GRANATO; ANY AND 6
By:Beth McDonald PROVEMENTS, AS ALL UNKNOWN PAR- 184 Florida Default Law
Deputy Clerk RECORDED IN CON- TIES CLAIMING BY, Group, PL. P.O. Box
DOMINIUM PLAT THROUGH, UNDER The auction will be held 25018 Tam a, Florida
Publish in Crestview BOOK 1, PAGES 62 AND AGAINST THE at 956 W. James Lee 33622-5018
News Bulletin AND 63, PUBLIC HEREIN NAMED INDI Blvd Crestview, FI
Invoice To: Florida De- R E C - VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) 32536, Crestview Paint IMPORTANT
fault Law Group, P.L. ORDS OF WHO ARE NOT & Body has the right to In accordance with the
P.O. Box 25018 O K A L 0 O S A KNOWN TO BE DEAD turn down any and all Americans with Disabili-
Tampa, Florida COUNTY, FLORIDA. OR ALIVE, WHETHER bids. ties Act, persons with dis-
33622-5018 TOGETHER WITH AN SAID UNKNOWN PAR- abilities needing special
F 0 7 0 5 6 7 7 7 UNDIVIDED INTER- TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- 12/27/2008 accommodation to partic-
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier E S T TEREST AS SPOUSES, ipate in-' this proceeding
**See Americans with IN THE COMMON EL- HEIRS DEVISEES, should contact Court Ad-
Disabilities Act EMENTS APPURTE- GRANTEES OR OTHER ministration at 101 James
NANT THERETO. CLAIMANTS- MORT- LEGAL # 120132 Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
IMPORTANT GAGE ELECTRONIC view, FL, 32536-3515;
A/K/A 210 PELL- REGISTRATION SYS- IN THE CIRCUIT telephone number
In accordance with the H A M TEMS, INCORPORATED, COURT OF THE FIRST (8560689-5000, Exten-
Americans with Disabili- ROAD UNIT # AS NOMINEE FOR JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN sion 7497, prior to the
ties Act, persons with dis- A - 1 1 4 , CITIMORTGAGE INC.; AND FOR proceeding. or Shalimar
abilities needing special FORT WALTON EMERALD LAKES PROP- . OKALOOSA (850)651-7497
accommodation to partic- BEACH, FL 32539 ERTY OWNERS ASSOCI- COUNTY, FLORIDA
ipate in this proceeding ATION, INC.; are the CIVIL ACTION CASE IMPORTANT
should contact Court A1 - Any person claiming Defendants, I will sell to NO. In accordance with the
ministration at 1250 N. an interest in the the highest and best bid- 46-2008-CA-000843 Americans with Disabili-
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar, surplus .from the der for cash at CREST- DIVISION FILE ties Act, persons with dis-
F , 32579; telephone sale, if any, other VIEW: SOUTH FRONT NO:F08007769 abilities needing special
number (850) 651-7497, than the property DOOR OF THE accommodation to partic-
prior to the proceeding. owner as of the OKALOOSA COUNTY US BANK NATIONAL ipate in this proceeding
d a t e C O U R T H O U S E ASSOCIATION, AS should contact Court Ad-
12/20/08 of the Lis Pendens SHALIMAR: .IN FRONT TRUSTEE FOR THE ministration at 1250 N.
12/27/08 must file a claim OF CLERK'S FRONT STRUCTURED ASSET Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
within sixty (60) DOOR OF SHALIMAR INVESTMENT LOAN FE, 32579- telephone
days after the sale. ANNEX at 11:00AM, on TRUST 2006-3, number (856)651-7497,
days a t s the 12 day of January, Plaintiff, prior to proceeding.
WITNESS MY HAND 2009, the following de-
and the seal of this Court scribed property as set vs. 12/20/2008
Legal # 100466 on December 15, 2008. forth in said Final Judg- 12/27/2008


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO. 2007 CA
004262 S DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA
Plaintiff,
vs.
DUSTIN MATTHEWS, et
al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
December 12, 2008
a n d
entered in Case No.
2007 CA 004262 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK
NA is the Plaintiff and
DUSTIN MATTHEWS;
A L
ISON MATTHEWS;
A N Y
AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST 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 SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 0 7 0 3 1 0 3 8
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to par-
t i c -
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court A9d-
ministration at 101
J a m e s
Lee Boulevard East,
C r e s t -
view FL, 32536-3515,
telephone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to par-
t i c -
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
E lin Parkway, Shalimar,
F , 32579; telephone
number (850)
prior to the proceeding.
12/20/08
12/27/08


ment: SEAN RAND, et al,
LOT 13, EMERALD Defendant(s).
LAKES PHASE IIIBE- NOTICE OF FORECLO- LEGAL # 120134
ING A PORTION OF SURE SALE
UNSECTIONALIZED IN THE CIRCUIT
TOWNSHIP 2 NOTICE IS HEREBY COURT OF THE FIRST
SOUTH, RANGE 22 GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
WEST, OKALOSSA nal Judgment of Mort- IN AND FOR
COUNTY FLORIDA age Foreclosure dated OKALOOSA
ACCORDING TO THE December 1, 2208 and COUNTY FLORIDA
PLAT RECORDED IN entered in Case CIVIL ACTION CASE
PLAT BOOK 19, No.46-208-CA-000843 NO.
PAGES 5 AND 6, OF of the Circuit Court of the 46-2008-CA-001093
THE PUBUC RECORDS FIRST Judicial Circuit in DIVISION FILE
OF SAID COUNTY. and -for OKALOOSA NO:F08012086
County, Florida wherein
A/K/A 333 US BANK NATIONAL
TEQUESTA DRIVE, ASSOCIATION AS WELLS FARGO
DESTINY, FL 32541 TRUSTEE FOR THE BANK N.A., AS
STRUCTURED ASSET IN- TRUSTEE FOR MER-
Any person claiming VESTMENT LOAN RILL LYNCH MORT-
an interest in the TRUST, 2006-3, is the GAGE INVESTORS
surplus from the Plaintiff and SEAN TRUST MORTGAGE
sale, if any, other RAND; ANY AND ALL LOAN ASSET-BACKED
than the property UNKNOWN PARTIES CERTIFICATES, SERIES
owner as of the date CLAIMING BY, 2003-OPT1,
of the Lis Pendens THROUGH, UNDER Plaintiff,
must file a claim AND AGAINST THE
within sixty (60) HEREIN NAMED INDI-
days after the sale. VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) vs.
WHO ARE NOT
WITNESS MY HAND KNOWN TO BE DEAD
and the seal of this Court OR ALIVE, WHETHER
on, 2008. SAID UNKNOWN PAR- TODD WILLARD
Don W. Howard TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN- TINGLEY, et al
Clerk of the Circuit Court TEREST AS SPOUSE, Defendant(s).
By:Beth McDonald HEIRS DEVISEES,
Deputy Clerk GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS TOOKE NOTICE OF FORECLO-
Publish, in Crestview PLACE CONDOMINI- SURE SALE
News Bulletin UMS OWNERS ASSOCI-
Invoice To: Florida De- ATION INC. - DIS-
fault Law Group, P.L. SOLVED; are the Defend- NOTICE IS HEREBY
P.O. Box 25018 ants, I will'sell to the GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
Tam a, Florida highest and best bidder nal Judgment of Mort-
33622-5018 for cash at SHALIMAR: gage Foreclosure dated
F 0 7 0 4 6 8 7 5 IN FRONT OF CLERK'S December 12, 2008 and
COUNTRY-CONV FRONT DOOR OF entered in Case No.
B/C-B-Icurry SHALIMAR ANNEX at 46-2008-CA-001093 of
**See Americans with 1:00AM, on the 8 day the Circuit Court of the
Disabilities Act of Jan, 2009, the follow- FIRST Judicial Circuit in
IMPORTANT ing described property as and for OKALOOSA
set forth in said Final County, Florida wherein
In accordance with the Judgment: WELLS FARGO BANK
Americans with Disabili- UNIT L TOOKE N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR
ties Act, persons with dis- PLACE CONDOMINI- MERRILL LYNCH MORT-


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GAGE INVESTORS By: Beth McD
TRUST MORTGAGE Deputy Clerk
LOAN ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES Florida De
2003-OPTI is the Plain- Group, P.L
tiff and TObD WILLARD P.O. Box 250
TINGLEY; OPTION ONE Tampa,
MORTGAGE CORPORA- 336 2-5018
TION A CALIFORNIA
CORPORATION are IMPORTANT
the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best In accordant
bidder for cash at Americans w
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT ties Act, persi
OF CLERK'S FRONT abilities neec
DOOR OF SHALIMAR accommodate'
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on ipate in this
the 12 day of January, should contact
2009, the following de- ministration at
scribed property as set Lee Boulevard
forth in said Final Judg- view, FL, 32
ment: telephone nu
LOT 6 BLOCK 3, 689-5000,
BRYN MAWR PARK 7497, prior
FIRST ADDITION, AC- ceeding. or
CORDING TO PLAT (850)651-74
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE IMPORTANT
22, IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF In accordant
CIRCUIT COURT, Americans wv
O K A L O O S A ties Act, persc
COUNTY, FLORIDA. abilities neec


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ce with the
'ith Disabili-
ons with dis-
ling special
on to partic-
proceeding
ct Court Ad-
t 101 James
I East, Crest-
2536-3515;
mber (850
Extension
to the pro-
r Shalimar
497


ce with the
'ith Disabili-
ons with dis-
ling special


accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,


Any person claiming an FL, 32579; t
interest in the surplus number (850) 6
from the sale, if any, prior to the pro
other than the proper
owner as of the date of 12/20/2008
the Lis Pendens must file 12/27/2008
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND LEGAL # 120
and the seal of this Court
on December 16, 2008. IN THE CII
COURT OF TI
Don W. Howard JUDICIAL C
Clerk of the Circuit Court IN AND
By: Beth McDonald OKALO(
Deputy Clerk COUNTY, Fl
CIVIL ACTIO
Florida Default Law NO.
Group, P.L. 46-2008-CA-
P.O. Box 25018 FILE NO:F08
Tam Florida
33622-5018
THE BANK 0
IMPORTANT YORK TRUS
PANY N.A.
In accordance with the CESSOR
Americans with Disabili- JPMORGAN
ties Act, persons with dis- BANK N.A. A
abilities needing special TEE
accommodation to partic- Plaintiff,
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James yVS
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515.
tele hone number (850) RICHARD
68 -5000, Extension FANION, et
7497, prior to the pro- Defendant(s)
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
NOTICE OF Ft
IMPORTANT SURE SALE
In accordance with the NOTICE IS
Americans with Disabili- GIVEN pursue
ties Act, persons with dis- nal Judgment
abilities needing special age Foreclos
accommodation to partic- December 1c2,:
ipate in this proceeding entered in C
should contact Court Ad- 46-2008-CA-0i
ministration at 1250 N. the Circuit Co
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar, FIRST Judicial
F , 32579 telephone and for OK
number (856)651-7497, County, Florida
prior to the proceeding. THE BANK (
YORK TRUS
12/20/2008 PANY, N.A.
12/27/2008 CESSOR


LEGAL # 120135
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.2007-CA-25-S
DIVISION FILE
NO:F06022006

DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY AS TRUS-
TEE UNDER THE
POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREE-
MENT SERIES RAST
2006-A6,
Plaintiff,

vs.
GEORGE F. COMBS,
et al,


telephone
51-7497,
oceeding.


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IRCUIT
FOR
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LORIDA
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NO. 2007- CA -
0059195 DIVISION
FILE NO:F07062623
SUNTRUST BANK,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,

vs.

JOHN M. GRANADE,
et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
December 12, 2008 and
entered in Case No.
2007 CA 005919 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida wherein
SUNTRUST BANK, N.A.,
is the Plaintiff and JOHN
M. GRANADE; APRIL M.
GRANADE MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INCOR-
PORATED AS NOMI-
NEE FOR SUNTRUST
MORTGAGE, INC.; are
the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 12
day of January, 2009,
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOT 48, WOODRIDGE
PHASE I, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 19, PAGES 65
AND 66, PUBLIUCREC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.


AS SUC- A/K/A 203 GRACIE
TO LANE NICEVILLE, FL
CHASE 32578
LC TDI IC-.


ERNEST



ORECLO-

HEREBY
nt to a Fi-
of Mort-
ure dated
2008 and
Case No.
00729 of
urt of the
Circuit in
ALOOSA
a wherein
OF NEW
T COM-
AS SUC-
TO


Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the properly
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on December 16, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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-
vievw, FL, 32536-3515
telephone' number (850
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. 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.
Eplin Parkway, Shalimar,
F, 32579; telephone
number (856) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
12/20/2008
12/27/2008

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1| 3150
GREES 14 MINUTES 31 gage Foreclosure dated
SECONDS EAST, A DIS- ecember 12, 2008 and Steel Buildings- All
TANCE OF 661.65 entered in Case No. sizes discounted. Can
FEET TO A POINT ON 2007-CA-002638-S of construct. Local Dealer
THE EAST LINE SO SAID the Circuit Court of the Consultant. Save-Save &
SECTION 36; THENCE FIRST Judicial Circuit in Deals of Deals
PROCEED SOUTH 00 and for OKALOOSA ww.sc -rp.com
DEGREES 43 MINUTES County Florida wherein Source#ORN. Phone 850
08 SECONDS WEST PHH MORTGAGE COR- 391-0204
ALONG THE EAST LINE PORTION, is the Plain-
OF SAID SECTION 36 tiff and ERIC M. SMITH;
A DISTANCE OF KATHRYN SMITH; T
1 6 4 . 7 0 MORTGAGE ELEC-
FEET TO THE POINT OF TRONIC REGISTRATION 3200
BEGINNING OF THE SYSTEMS, INCORPO-
PARCEL HEREIN DE- RATED, AS NOMINEE FIREWOOD FOR
SCRIBED, CONTAIN- FOR PHH MORTGAGE SALE:
I N G CORPORATION; are Split Oak & Pecan. Pick
2.50 ACRES, MORE OR the Defendants, I will sell up or delivery Call
LESS. to the highest and best 850-398-7677
bidder for cash at IN
TOGETHER WITH AN FRONT OF CLERK'S
EASEMENT FOR IN- FRONT DOOR OF
GRESS, EGRESS AND SHALIMAR ANNEX at
THE INSTALLATION OF 11:00AM, on the. 12
PUBLIC UTILITIES OVER day of February 2009,
AND ACROSS THE FOL- the following described
LOWING: property as set forth in NEW FT AY
said Final Judgment:
COMMENCE AT THE LOT 9, BLOCK B,
SOUTHEAST CORNER SANTA MARKELLA 100% all new King Pil-
OF SECTION 36, SUBDIVISION FORT lowtop set. In plastic w/
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH WALTON EACH, warranty $200. 850
RANGE 25 WES' OKALOOSA471-0330.
OKALOOSA COUNTY, COUNTY FLORIDA,
FLORIDA; THENCE PRO- ACCORDING TO THE
CEED NORTH 00 DE- PLAT THEREOF, AS .rT nAY
AGREES 43 MINUTES 08 RECORDED IN PLAT N W
SECONDS EAST BOOK 2 PAGE 126,
ALONG THE EAST LINE OF THE PUBLIC REC-
OF SAID SECTION 36 ORDS OF A Brand New Mattress
A DISTANCE Ol O K A L O O S A set, Full size in Plastic w/
823.52 FEET THENCE COUNTY, FLORIDA. warranty $ 119. Can De-
DEPARTING THE EAST liver. 850-471-0330
LINE OF SAID SECTION A/K/A 53 SILVA
36, PROCEED NORTH DRIVE NW, FORT
89 DEGREES 14 MIN- WALTON BEACH, FL
UTES 31 SECONDS 32548
631.65 FEET TO THE Any person claiming an
POINT OF BEGIN- interest in the surplus Brand name Pillowtop
N I N G - from the sale, if any, Set, Queen New in plas-
THENCE CONTINUI other than the property tic, warr. $169 Delivery
NORTH 89 DEGREES owner as of the date of avail. 850-255-3050
1 4 the Lis Pendens must file
MINUTES 31 SEC- a claim within sixty (60) Wooden Baby
O N D S days after the sale. WoodenBaby
WEST, A DISTANCE WITNESS MY HAND Crib
30.00 FEET, THENCE and the seal of this Court with cabinet, drawers.
PROCEED NORTH 00 on December 16, Complete with mattress
DEGREES 43 MINUTES 2008. and accessories. In very
08 SECONDS EAST, A good cond. Asking price
DISTANCE OF 164.47 Don W. Howard $190. Call 682-3535 or
FEET; THENCE Clerk of the Circuit Court 685-8063
PROCEED NORTH 89 By: Beth McDonald
DEGREES 15 MINUTES Deputy Clerk
43 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 635 Florida Default Law
FEET MORE OR LESS Group PL. 3280
TO A POINT ON WES- P.O. Box 25018
ERLY MAINTENANCE Tampa, Florida
LINE OF BUSH ROAD; 33622-5018 W I lAY
THENCE MEANDER NE
NORTHERLY ALONG IMPORTANT
SAID WESTERLY MAIN- New Stihl MS650
TENANCE LINE A DIS- In accordance with the Chainsaw w/36 in. &
TANCE OF 36 FEET, Americans with Disabili- 28 in. bars
MORE OR LESS: ties Act, persons with dis- w/replacement chains
THENCE, DEPARTING abilities needing special for both bars. Used only
THE WESTERLY accommodation to partic- twice. Pd $1400. for all
M A I N T E - ipate in this proceeding askin, $700. Call
NANCE LINE OF SAID should contact Court A - 82-427
BUSH ROAD, PROCEED ministration at 101 James _
SOUTH 89 DEGREES Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
1 5 view, FL, 32536-3515;
MINUTES, 43 SEC- telephone number (850)
O N. D S 689-5000, Extension /
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 7497, prior to the pro-
665 FEET, MORE OR ceeding. or Shalimar
LESS TO A POINT THAT (850) 651-7497
IS N 00 DEGREES 43
MINUTES 08 SEC- IMPORTANT . 7
O N D S
EAST AND 194.48 FEET In accordance with the . E"P'-
FROM THE POINT OF Americans with Disabili- 4100- Help Wanted
BEGINNING; THENCE ties Act, persons with dis- 4110- Restaurants/Clubs
PROCEED NORTH 00 abilities needing special 4120- Sales
DEGREES 43 MINUTES accommodation to partic- 4130- Employment
08 SECONDS WEST, A ipate in this proceeding Information
DISTANCE OF 194.48 should contact Court Ad-
FEET TO THE POINT OF ministration 6t 1250 N.
BEGINNING OF THE Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, 4 E M
PARCEL HEREIN DE- F, 32579 telephone 4100
SCRIBED, CONTAIN- number 856) 651-7497
RIB , N G prior to the proceeding.' Field Technician
.57 ACRES, MORE OR
LESS. 12/20/2008 Installs, services and


And which postal ad-
dress is: 5825 Bush Rd.,
Baker, FL 32531 *
And which includes the
following property:
Clayton Mobile Home,
Serial No.:
WHC015276GAB, Title
No.:95288947, and
2006 Clayton 'Mobile
Home, Serial
No.:WHC015276GAA
title No.:95288973 at
Public Sale, to the high-
e s t
bidder, for cash, at the
rron' sAut A


.EWAL 0 . V 130 front south door,
Defendant(s). Any person claiming an Okaloosa County Court-
interest in the surplus IN THE CIRCUIT house 101 James Lee
NOTICE from the sole if any, COURT IN THE FIRST Blvd. East, Crestview,
OTISCEOFFORECLO- oter n e 0a CUBlvd. ETstCr00 e
OF FORECLO other than the property JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Okaloosa County, Flor-
SURE SALE owner as of the date of AND FOR ida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the Lis Pendens must file OKALOOSA t h e
NOTICE IS HEREBY a claim within sixty (60) COUNTY FLORIDA 27 day of January,
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- days after the sale. CASE 2009.
nal Judgment of Mort- WITNESS MY HAND NO.:08-CA-560-C ANY PERSON
gage Foreclosure dated and the seal of this Court DI- C L A I M
December 12, 2008 and on December 16, 2008. VISION: CIVIL ING AN INTEREST IN
entered in Case No. THE SURPLUS FROM
2007-CA-25-S of the Cir- Don W. Howard VANDERBILT MORT- THE SALE IF ANY,
cuit Court of the FIRSTJu- Clerk of the Circuit Court GAGE AND OTHER THAN THN
dicial Circuit in and for F I N A N C E PROPERTY OWNER
OKALOOSA Count By: Beth McDonald INC., Assignee of AS OF THE DATE OF
Florida wherein DEUT- Deputy Clerk CMH HOMES, INC., THE LIS PENDENS
SCHE BANK NATIONAL a/d/b/a CLAYTON MUST FILE A CLAIM
TRUST COMPANY AS Florida Default Law HOMES, INC., WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TRUSTEE UNDER THE Group, P.L. Plaintiff, TER THE SALE.
POOLING AND SERVIC- P.O. Box 25018 Panif TR T h ALE
ING AGREEMENT Tampa, Florida vs. WITNhe SealS hand anis Courtthis
SERIES RAST 2006-A6, is 33622-5018 17he Sdal of ts Decemberis
the Plaintiff and KRYSTAL L. NELSON; 2008 December
GEORGE F. COMBS; IMPORTANT AND FLORIDA DE- 2008
BARBARA A. COMBS; APARTMENT OF COR- Clerk of the Circuit Court
DESTINY EAST OWN- In accordance with the RECTIONS, By: Beth McDonald
ERS ASSOCIATION Americans with Disabili- Defendants. Deputy Clerk
INC.; are the Defend- ties Act, persons with dis-
ants, I will sell to the abilities needing special NOTICE OF SALE Rolfe & Lobello PA.
highest and best bidder accommodation to partic- PO. Box 40546`
for cash at IN FRONT ipate in this proceeding NOTICE is hereby given Jacksonville, FL 32203
OF CLERK'S FRONT should contact Court Ad- that, pursuant to the Or-
DOOR OF SHALIMAR ministration at 101 James der of Summary Jud9- 12/27/2008
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on Lee Boulevard East, Crest- ment of Foreclosure in 01/03/2009
the 12 day of February, view FL, 32536-3515 this cause, in the Circuit
2009, the following de- telephone number (850) Court of Okaloosa
scribed property as set 689-5000, Extension County, Florida, I will sell
forth in said Final Judg- 7497, prior to the pro- the property situated in
meant: ceeding. or Shalimar Okaloosa County, Flor-
LOT 78, OF PHASE (850) 651-7497 ida described as: LEGAL #120133
LOT 78 OF PHASE EXHIBIT 'A'
ONE 6F DESTINY IMPORTANT COMMENCE AT THE IN THE CIRCUIT
EAST, ACCORDING SOUTHEAST CORNER COURT OF THE FIRST
TO THE PLAT In accordance with the OF SECTION 36, JUDICIALCIRCUIT
THEREOF AS RE- Americans with Disabili- TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH IN AND FOR
CORDED IN PLAT ties Act, persons with dis- RANGE 25 WEST, OKALOOSA
BOOK 16 PAGE abilities needing special OKALOOSA COUNTY COUNTY FLORIDA
23-274 OF HE PUB- accommodation to partic- FLORIDA; THENCE PRO- CIVIL ACTION
LIC RECORDS OF ipate in this proceeding CEED NORTH 00 DE- CASE NO.
O K A L OO S 5A should contact Court Ad- GREES 43 MINUTES 08 2007-CA-002638-S
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ministration at 1250 N. SECONDS EAST DIVISION FILE
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, ALONG THE EAST LINE NO.:F07015464
A/K/A 4757 BON- F[,32579 telephonee OF SAID SECTION 36
AIRE CAY, DESTIN, FL number 85 651-497, A DISTANCE O OPHH MORTGAGE
32541 prior to the proceeding. 6 5 8 . 8 2 CORPORATION,
FEET TO THE POINT OF Plaintiff,
Any person claiming an 12/20/2008 BEGINNING; THENCE Plaintiff,
interest in the surplus 12/27/2008 DEPARTING THE EAST vs
from the sale, if any, LINE OF SAID SECTION
other than the property 36, PROCEED NORTH
owner as of the date of LEGAL # 120137 89 DEGREES 13 MIN- ERIC M. SMITH, et al,
the Lis Pendens must file UTES 20 SECONDS Defendant(s).
a claim within sixty (60) WEST, A DISTANCE OF
days after the sale. IN THE CIRCUIT 661.65 FEET; THENCE
WITNESS MY HAND COURT OF THE FIRST PROCEED NORTH 00 NOTICE OF FORECLO-
and the seal of this Court JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DEGREES 43 MINUTES SURE SALE
on December 16, 2008. IN AND FOR 08 SECONDS EAST, A
OKALOOSA DISTANCE OF 164.47 NOTICE IS HEREBY
Don W. Howard COUNTY, FLORIDA FEET THENCE PRO- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
Clerk of the Circuit Court CIVIL ACTION CASE CEEb SOUTH 89 DE- nal Judgment of Mort-


12/27/2008


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




Adorable Shi-Tzu pup-
pies. $350 now taking
deposits ready 12/28
398-6417 or 305-6435

For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi-
huahua pvuppies.Lon
and Call 850-902-7275

Horse boarding available
call for more info.
902-7275



2130


NEW roDAV

For Sale: Horse & Cow
Hay, fertilized in barn.
Rol Horse $60. - Cow
Roll' $35. Call
978-6305









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


maintains automatic
chemical dispenser sys-
tems in customer's facili-
ties. Provide technical ex-
pertise on automatic dis-
penser systems to market-
ing and sales personnel
when selling janitorial
chemical products to new
customers. Associates'
Degree with 1 yr. related
experience and/or High
School Diploma w/3 yrs.
exp. in building or institu-
tional maintenance duties
related to electrical,
plumbing, and/or equip-
ment repair. 3 yrs. exp.
in janitorial environment;
duties include mainte-
nance of anitorial equip-
ment and product sales.
Must have a driver's li-


cense. Pie
sume
pdick@pri
org w/S 1-

Insurance

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Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
$100 000+ Earning Fo-
tential Benefits, Pension,
401 (k, BCBS Insurance.
Call 1-800-257-5500.

Medical/Health

RN
Peoples Home Health is
growing. FULL-TIME RN
wanted to work in
Okaloosa and Walton
County. Current open-
ings are listed on our
website www.
peopleshomehealth.com
Questions call Ralph Em-
erson at 850.430.1183.
Other openings in
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and ST.



- 4130

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$250. - $500. PER
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1-800-679-4356
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6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110- Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150- Roommate Wanted
6160- Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobite Home/Lot
6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200- Vacation Rentals


Crestview 800 SF. located at
Southgate office complex close
to shopping and schools. $750.
mo.+$75"dd. Available Nov.
1st. 683-3939
Crestview
Office Space
Eight offices now availa-
ble in McLains Office
Plaza. Rental rate in-
cludes utilities, common
area and maintenance.
682-0791
Office/ Spa building for
Lease 1000sf. 101
Duqgan Ave. (Next to
E lin FCU) Call
621-0046


| 6110




1 BR Duplex - 652 B
Brock Ave. $395. mo No
pets, Deposit & Ref. Req.
Call 978-6305
1 mo Free Rent!
Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
quiet gated No pet
$57/mo/ $350dep, 12
mo lease req.
585-6985


6130
Crestview- 2br, 1.5ba,
all appls., W/D hkus,
off street parking. $525
mo+dd. 217-7344




Auburn area. No
smoke/pets. On 1 acre.
Like new large 3 br, 2
ba, 1600sf large
kitchen. $875 mo.+
$900 dep. Will work
with 1st month rent or
dep. 240-0890
Baker, 3br, 1 ba + 6 ac-
res. As is, you maintain.
$650. Call
850-217-8209
Crestview - 3BR/1BA
462 Savage St. call
682-3931
Crestview
2/1 Duplex
fresh painted, $600
mo $600 DD pets ok
with additional deposit,
682-7731 Mon-Fri
Crestview- 2178sf
Ranch on 4.5 ac. $1300
mo. Rick Epperson Realty
LLC 850-865-7777
Crestview- 3 br 2 ba
home. ONLY $850 mol
Call Jenny at Pelican Real
Estate 315-0972
Crestview
3/1 Duplex
New carpet / freshly
painted, $700 mo, $700
DD, pets OK with addi-
tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri
Crestview 3bd, 1 ba 148
Seminole Tr|. CP, CHA,
fenced yard, oval.
NOW. $675 mo.
+$675 dd 682-9333 or
682-8665
Crestview 5 BR/2BA
2300SF $1000.mo +DD
half off first months rent
902-1299
Crestview- Brick, $850
+ Vinyl home, $800
+ 2 townhomes, $525
Rick Epperson Realty LLC
850-865-7777
Crestview- home for
rent, country setting. 1
cre of lanc. 3br, 2ba

699-4282





Crestview- Immaculate
4 br 2 ba 2 g, FP
1635sf. 3 yr's old. l99
mo+dd.pef ok
244-3131




Roommate to share
3br 2ba, brick house
$40mo includes all utils
& cable. Call 689-8978







Crestview- (2) MH's
Newly Remodeled 2br,
1 ba, Quiet park. No
pets. Military & seniors
w e l c o m e .
850-585-8192

Crestview 2BR MH
w/d, stove, fride, Ig
deck' 866 E Williams
$450/mo. + $450dep.
W&G incl 682-6514
Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba
double wide on 1 V2 ac-
res, fenced. LR, DR FP
front/back porch. $700.
4073 Hw 90E.
902-2383/682-9911
Crestview- Newer MH,
near 90 & Antioch 3 br,
1ba, $550 mo. Call
217-2750 or 862-4595


I I --A7160

Own your own land or
. have family land? Call
- Clayton Homes 0%
y amI down, all credit OK. Call
850-682-3344

7100- Homes /
7105 - Open Houses '
7110 - Beach Home/
Property
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage -i * n
7160-Mobile Homes AUiOM oSNE
7170- Water rontcO
7180 Investment
Property 8100 - Antique & Collectibles
7190 - Out-of-Town 8110 - Cars
Real Estate 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
7200 - Timeshare 8130 - Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
^ 26;11'71 :8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
7100& Accessories
.91 u - Qo.-


Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney Rd
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
link back yard perfect
for pets. $299,000.
Call 850 226-6754



LOOK
Individual wants to
b u
house for investment
Call
651-0987



LOOK
Individual wants to
b ui y
house for investment
Call
651-0987





Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2V2 ba,
2150st home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate livin & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.




2008 Blow Out! Must
sell all discounted homes,
used homes, and foreclo-
sure homes. Call Clayton
Homes for information
850-682-3344

Double wide 28x80 for
$22,000 call for details
850-682-3344
Double wide 28'x80'
for $22K. Call for details
850 682-3344


O2IaU - UOais
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


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Mazda Miata
MX5 2006
29K Mi., Factory warr.,
6 disc CD, 17" wheeuK,
pwer windows/locks,
Many upgrades,
$16,995 obo.
Call 934-5610





PONTIAC G6
2006
Stylish & Sporty
45K miles, 4dr, V6,
AT, loaded, white/
black, 28 MPG, moon-
roof remote start, ex-
tended warranty, exc
cond. NADA $12 950,
asking $10,500 . Call
evenings after 5pm
614-633-7822


8120





Jeep Grand
Cherokee
Limited 4x4
2001
89K miles, leather, CD
changer, moonroof.
573-310-3382
Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ blk
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IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
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day of January, 2009
the following described
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LOT 10, CRYSTAL
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BOOK 10 PAGE 31
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
Boys basketball
Crestview in
Choctawhatchee
Playground Shootout, TBA
Baker at Freeport
Basketball Blowout, TBA
Laurel Hill at Arnold
Holiday Tournament, TBA
Girls basketball
Laurel Hill at Red Level
(Ala.) tournament, TBA

Monday
Boys basketball
Crestview in
Choctawhatchee
Playground Shootout, TBA
Baker at Freeport
Basketball Blowout, TBA
Laurel Hill at Arnold
Holiday Tournament, TBA
Girls basketball
Laurel Hill at Red Level
(Ala.) tournament, TBA

Tuesday
Boys basketball
Crestview in
Choctawhatchee
Playground Shootout, TBA

BRIEFS
Wild Game Dinner
Rotary Club of Crestview
invites you to the 16th
Annual Wild Game Feast
and Two-Day Quail Hunt
Feb. 6 and 7. The Wild
Game Feast will be held the
evening of Feb. 6 at Gum
Creek Lodge in Baker.
Mike Martin, Florida
State University base-
ball coach, is this year's
speaker. Proceeds will
benefit NWF State College
(formerly OWC) Sports
Program and the Rotary
Scholarship Fund. For more
information, to purchase
tickets or to
schedule a hunt, please
call Bill Barnhill at
(850) 803-2367 or Ronnie
Lunsford at 682-5168.

Cal Ripken baseball/
Babe Ruth softball
North Okaloosa
Athletics announces Cal
Ripken Baseball and Babe
Ruth softball is coming
to Crestview and the sur-
rounding area. The
inaugural season will
begin in the spring.
Cal Ripken and Babe
Ruth Leagues share a
common goal: to provide
every youngster the
opportunity to play
baseball or softball and
have fun while learning the
fundamentals of the game.
The league will play its
games at Garden City
Park on Garden City
Road.
Player registration
will begin in January.
Registration fees will.cover
the cost of a player's uni-
form and accident insur-
ance. Registration dates
and locations are being
finalized. More information
will be announced in the
near future.

Florida Trail
Association
* Today at 8:30 a.m.
Meet in Gulf Breeze for
a hike/picnic on Gulf
Islands National Seashore,
Details: (850) 939-0966.
Visit http://choctaw.
floridatrail.org for details
on the group's upcoming
events.

Adventure Club
For details on club ac-
tivities, call Clarice Hebinck
at (850) 581-4591 or
e-mail her at freklz100@
cox. net.
* Tuesday, 3 p.m.
Bike ride in the Tiger
Pointe area. Meet at
the Gulf Islands Naval
, Live Oak Visitors Center
on Highway 98 in Gulf
Breeze. Supper afterward.
Honcho: Bobbi Serpico,
cell (850) 4994404.


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Brunson taking wait-and-see approach to realignment
Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


Many football coaches
spent the week following
the Florida High School
Athletic Association's an-
nouncement of the pro-
posed district realignments
scrambling to get a jump
on next year's schedule or
thinking about appealing
their placement.
Not Crestview coach
and athletic director Matt
Brunson.
Brunson was taking a
wait-and-see approach.
"We'll see how it all
washes out," he said. "All
that is subject to change."
The Bulldogs have been
in District 2-4A the last sev-
eral years along with Choc-
tawhatchee, Fort Walton
Beach and Navarre. -
If there are no changes
in the proposed districts,
the Bulldogs next year will
be in District 1-4A with Es-
cambia, Pine Forest, Tate,
Milton and Pace.
District 2-4A would
be Navarre, Fort Walton
Beach, Choctaw, Niceville
and Mosley.
Brunson admitted that
he would prefer to play in
District 2-4A.
"Mileage-wise I think we
would probably have a little
less travel in District 2," he
said. "And it would be nice
to be in the district with our
county schools.
"I guess they saw fit to
put us on the 1-10 corridor
toward Milton and Pace
and that way."


BILL GAMBLIN I Flonda freedom Newspapers
DISTRICT RIVALS?: The next Crestview-Pace matchup could be a District 1-4A con-


test. The proposed FHSAA
same district.
The
SNorthwest
Florida
TI Daily News
reported on
Dec. 17 that
Choctaw
MAT BRUNSON was appeal-
MATTBRUNSON ing to move
down in clas-
sification to 3A. If Choctaw's
appeal is granted, Crestview
could land back in 2-4A.
"We definitely would like
to be in the district with our
county schools," Brunson
said. "I think there will be
some movement based on
in-county rivals and that
kind of deals."
The FHSAA originally


football realignment has the Dawgs and Patriots in the


had proposed eight- or nine-
team districts, with the top
four teams from each district
making the playoffs for classi-
fications 3A-6A. Thatplan was
scratched because of the geo-
graphic and travel concerns.
. Brunson was all for the
larger districts.
"I was kind of pulling for
the big districts because
that gives you more of a dis-
trict schedule," he said. "It
gives you more important
games where it is easier to
get a schedule. And it cre-
ates rivalries across 4A if
we had one large district.
"And it also was going to
take the top four teams (to
the playoffs). That kind of


equals out splitting the big
district up into two districts
and taking the top two from
each district."
Brunson doesn't think
it matters which district.
Crestview ends up in.
"We will probably end up
playing most of the people in
District 1 and 2," he said. "It
will just determine what is
district play and what is not.
"About the middle of
January they will set it in
stone, and then we will put
a schedule together."

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DISTRICT FOES

Crestview's 2008 district opponents: Choctawhatchee, Fort Walton Beach and Navarre
Crestview's possible 2009 district opponents: Escambia, Pine Forest, Tate, Milton and Pace.



Kellogg looks forward to renewed district rivalries


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

A smile comes across the face
of Baker football coach and athletic
director Bob Kellogg when he talks
about the new football districts pro-
posed by the Florida High School Ath-
letic Association.
The Gators, who were previously
in District 1-2B with Northview, South
Walton, Holmes County and Vernon,
will drop down to District 1-1A under
the proposed plan.
The new district would include
Baker, Freeport, Holmes County, Ver-
non, Sneads and Jay.
South Walton and Northview, who
are slated to play in the new District
1-2B, both have appealed to be moved
down to 1-1A.
"Just looking at it, the numbers (of
students) are a lot closer (in Class 1A),"
Kellogg said. "I think the thing about it
in a small class that you always see is
the numbers that you have in a school


make a big difference.
"When the numbers
are closer like they are
now - they go from
like 300 to 500 as far
as the class - I think
W| it makes you more
comparable to other
BOB KELLOGG schools, so I like it. We
had some schools in
our district last year that were almost
150-200 more kids than we had. We
were at the very bottom of the classi-
fication and we were playing people at
the very top."
He's excited about renewing the an-
nual battles with other local teams.
"I think it's going to create some ri-
valries," Kellogg said. "I think it's go-
ing to create some rivalries of closer
people. We are playing Freeport, and
Jay is a district opponent so that's go-
ing to generate some interest.
"It's going to create some rivalries
we used to have. When you look at
Jay, Vernon, Bonifay (Holmes County),
Freeport, they are all close, and so I'm


excited about it. We are sitting in the
middle of class (numbers-wise) now,
and we aren't at the bottom of class so
I like that."
Kellogg found the placement of the
private schools in the new classifica-
tions interesting.
"As you look at it, it looks like the
private schools in our class are all in
the same district," he said. "You still
have to go through private schools (in
the playoffs), but not as many because
they are still going to knock each oth-
er out in that one district."
Along with creating new rivalries
and renewing former rivalries, Kel-
logg thinks the new district will only
enhance the rivalry with Jay.
"When you have people that are
big rivals now in your district it even
makes it more exciting," he said. "I
think the Jay thing with us will be-
come even bigger than it already is."

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DISTRICT FOES

Baker's 2008 district opponents: Holmes County, Northview, South Walton and Vernon
Baker's possible 2009 district opponents: Freeport, Holmes County, Vernon, Sneads and Jay


Golf tips from the Pro:
5-wood a good option
when caught in middle

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Say you find yourself
in the fairway at one of
those in-between dis-
tances. You think you're
too close to lay up, but
you're not so close that
you have enough power
with your irons to get to
the green.
Or maybe you're on
a longer par 3 and the
thought of hitting your 3-
iron or 4-iron is iffy.
What should you do?
Heritage Plantation
PGA teaching pro Jeff
Marks will tell you in this
week's Golf Tips from the
pro. Marks thinks hitting
a fairway wood, most
likely your 5-wood, could
be the right club. He also
tells how to get the most
out of that club.
People have talked
about hybrids now for two
or three years, and they're
the rage.
They are great, they
really are.
But in the shuffle your
5-wood has gotten lost.
When you think about it,
your 5-wood looks almost
like today's hybrids. If
people would use it a lot
more often the average
guy with a pretty good
swing would probably hit
their,5-wood about 175-
1 80 yards.
That's the average guy.
If you take a tour pro, the
tour pro can hit the 5-wood
probably close to 240.
Instead of trying to
muscle a 2-iron or a 3-iron,
it's great to take a 5-wood
and let the weight of the
club do a lot of the work.
I find a lot of golfers like
to hit a fairway wood off a
tee because it's so
forgiving, but if you put
them on a pretty tight fair-
way they really struggle
and are kind of lost about
what you need to do to get
the ball airborne.
As far as stance goes
we want to treat it almost
like a driver.
We are going to get our
feet shoulder width apart.
Instead playing the ball
off your front foot like you
would with a driver, you
are going to play it back
(in your stance) about a ball
or two. The reason being is
because the ball is on the
ground we want to catch it
a little on the downswing.
So you are going to take just
a slight bruising divot, taking
just a little bit of grass, when
you hit the shot.
We also want to hit
down on the g.: It ball just a
little bit. Playing the ball off
your front heel makes that
kind of tough to do.
The biggest problem
I've seen is people trying
to lift the ball off the turf.
Ninety-nine times out of
100 times you'll top it
when you try to do that.
Another mistake is peo-
ple try to muscle the shot.
They take a very short
backswing and try to mus-
cle it with their upper body.
It's just like any other
shot. It might have a little
bit longer shaft and a little
less loft, but the club is
meant to be swung. With
a nice wide arch (in your
swing) it doesn't take much
to get the ball airborne.
If you have a golf
question for Jeff Marks
e-mail it to Randy Dick-
son at randyd@crest-
viewbulletin.com. Oryou
can mail the question
to Randy Dickson at:
295 W James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536.


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