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Santa Dosa's Pres


iLJune 9,2007






Armed robbery



was not a joke


By LYNNE HOUGH
Though @ srpressgazette.comr
Milton police say an
attempted armed robbery was
foiled when the would-be vic-
tim didn't follow the usual
robber-victim script.
When the Hungry
Howie's delivery driver was
approached by a young man
with a handgun, demanding
his money, the driver simply
said, "Are you...kidding me?"
Reports say the robber got
nervous, started shaking and
ran away, jumping into a wait-
ing car to flee the scene.
The driver says he didn't
believe it was a real robbery
attempt and went inside the
pizza restaurant to find out
who was responsible for the
joke. When other employees


told him they had nothing to
do with it, the driver dialed
911.
Police reports say officers
responded to the scene and
searched the area to no avail.
The suspect is described
as a white male, about 16 to 17
years old, around 5'5, wearing
baggy clothes, a blue bandana
over his face and dark baseball
style hat.
No vehicle description for
the suspect was available.
Officials note the only
description for a car they had
was a suspicious vehicle in the
area hours before the robbery
attempt. They have no evi-
dence the two are connected.
Anyone with information
should Milton police at (850)
983-5420.


Commissioner cited
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Members of the Avalon Fire Department work alongside Okaloosa EMS and Rural/Metro personnel to assist one person hurt in a
triple-rollover accident on Interstate 10 late Thursday afternoon. Officials say three adults and three children were in the Ford 4 door
truck. All were reportedly wearing seatbelts, with one young child strapped into a carseat. The Florida Highway Patrol investigated,
but details were not available at press time. Check www.srpressgazette.com for additional information.
Press Gazette photo by Chris McDonnell


Sheriff's investigators
have arrested two people they
say are responsible for a num-
ber of automobile burglaries
and one home burglary occur-
ring on May 22 in Stonebrook.
Thomas Hembry-White,
19, and Tiffany Marshall, 20,
were charged in the crimes.
Santa Rosa Sheriff's
investigators say both suspects
confessed.
Marshall allegedly told
investigators she and Hembry-
White went to the Stonebrook
Subdivision and she aided
Hembry-White by driving
him, waiting for him, and


picking him up, with the spe-
cific intent of committing the
burglaries.
. Hembry-White was inter-
viewed by investigators and
allegedly stated he was
involved in the burglaries that
took place in Stonebrook
Subdivision.
Right after the burglaries,
the suspects were captured on
video surveillance at the
Whataburger at the Five
Points Intersection in Pace,
using a debit card taken in a
burglary.
The investigation, along
with the video surveillance


tape, identified two suspects
responsible for the break-ins.
Investigators add, "It
should be noted that in all of
the vehicle burglaries, the
vehicles..were left unlocked..
In the residential burglary, the
victim's garage door was left
open.
"The Sheriff's Office
encourages property owners
and vehicle owners to always
lock their vehicles and their
residences, as well as keeping
their garage doors shut. If
they don't they are making
themselves more prone to
being victims..."


burglaries
Deputies say Hembry-
White, 19, Pace, was charged
with 6 counts of burglary, 3rd
degree felony; 1 count of
grand theft, 3rd degree felony;
2 counts of petit theft, 2nd
degree misdemeanor; 1 count
of signing credit card of
another person, 1st degree
misdemeanor; and 1 count of
illegal use of credit card, 1st
degree misdemeanor.
Marshall, 20, Pace, was
charged with 6 counts of bur-
glary, a 3rd degree felony.
Officials say her bond was
set at $6,000, his bond was set
at $11,250.


'Target' on target for July opening


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
5 , ,....',, I " '1'" "''-I '' .-
Santa Rosa County resi-
dents will have a chance to
shop at their very own Target
Store.
Managers say there will
be a quiet opening on July 25,
followed by a grand opening
on July 29. Although the store


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell @srpressgazette.comn
Imagine being in a class-
room and someone suddenly
faints. Everyone looks at each
other stunned and starts to
panic. Someone yells for a
person to call 911, but some-
thing has to be done immedi-
ately.

DISCOVER THE AREA:






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Jim Fletcher,
Assist. Publisher
623-2120
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is not a "Super Target", it is
similar to the Nine Mile Road
store in Pensacola and will
include a pharmacy, shelve
more groceries, and have a
Starbucks Coffee.
Two different job fairs
were held to fill out positions
at the store, according to offi-
cials. The first was to hire for


What do you do?
Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management offi-
cials want to offer a solution to
that dilemma.
Teen Community
Emergency Response Team
(Teen CERT) is a program to
prepare teenagers to respond
appropriately to situations like
this. The program is aimed at
showing high school students
how to prepare for disasters
that may hit their area. It
focuses on fire safety, light
search and rescue, team organ-
ization, and disaster medical
operations.
The Santa Rosa County
Division of Emergency
Management is hosting a
three-day workshop for
instructors at its facility June
20-22 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. The
workshop is free and open to
police officials, school
resource officers, fire person-
nel, emergency management,
teachers, and/or secondary
educator background person-
nel.
See CERT page 4A


management positions-all of
those positions are now filled.
The second fair was held last
weekend to fill positions for
other staff members.
"We had a successful
event, but people can still
apply," says Pam Meiners,
Human Resources Manager at
the Pace Target. People inter-
ested should call the Hiring
Hotline at 473-0247. Entry-
level pay is $7.50/hour.
Chili's Restaurant,
Sonny's Barbeque, and at least
one other facility are con-
firmed out-parcels to the
Target store. No dates have


been announced in conjunc-
tion with any of those busi-
nesses.
In 1962, Target's first store
opened in Roseville,
Minnesota. Its on-trend mer-
chandise at affordable prices
launched a new era in discount
retailing.
Today, Target operates
more than 1,300 stores in 47
states including 140 Super
Target stores which add an
upscale grocery shopping
experience. Super Targets
include an in-store bakery,
deli, meat and produce sec-
tions.


Pace pitcher/outfielder Caleb Gindl (center with the Troy Trojan's
cap) celebrates his selection in the fifth round by the Milwaukee
Brewers. Several family members and friends were on hand tc
enjoy the moment despite it being nearly 8 p.m., including hi!
father, Steven and his sister, Lacie. Gindl and his teammate Drew
Cumberland were the first Pace combination to ever be draftec
on the first day of the Major League Baseball Entry Draft. More
coverage of the draft can be found on page B1.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


-By LYNNE HOUGH
lhough@srpressgazette.comrn
Probable cause has been
found to charge
Commissioner Bob Cole with
nine counts of violating
Florida statutes regarding
elections laws by the Florida
Elections Commission (FEC).
Cole says human error
was the primary cause of any
mistakes surrounding his 2006
campaign accounts.
In a certified letter dated
June 1, the FEC tells Cole an
investigation was conducted
following a complaint by cam-
paign opponent Ronald Scott.
Scott lost to Cole in last
year's election for Cole's com-
mision seat.
At a meeting held in mid-
May, the FEC heard the case
against Cole and determined,
"there is probable cause that
Respondent committed nine
counts of violating Chapter
106, Florida Statutes."
Individually, the counts
are divided into two sections:
four counts violating Section
106.05, failure of a candidate
to deposit in a campaign
depository all funds received
by the treasurer within five
business days of receipt; and
four counts of violating
Section 106.07(5), prohibiting


a candidate from certifying to
the correctness of a campaign
treasurer's report that is incor-
rect, false, or incomplete.
Other counts against Cole
were deemed unfounded by
the FEC following their inves-
tigation and dropped.
"There was no attempt to
commit fraud, hide dollars or
do anything illegal-and I'll
take that all the way to the
Supreme Court," he notes.
"The Ethics Commission
said I did nothing to lose my
seat (as a courity commission-
er). They understand mistakes
happen." Cole says next time
he runs for election, he's hir-
ing a "full staff" and won't
depend only on himself and
his wife to run the campaign.
"I apologize to the people
of Santa Rosa County and the
State of Florida for any trou-
ble caused by my errors,."
By law, Cole is allowed 30
days to respond to the proba-
ble cause order. If Cole does
not submit a written petition
with the allotted time, the case
will move on to a FEC meet-
ing where the order and staff
recommendations will be
discussed.
Cole could face a "sub-
stantial fine". He says he
plans to request a hearing.


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
The skate park in Milton
was only a dream for a decade.
When it finally opened a little
over three months ago, prob-
lems began showing up and
city officials were forced to
rethink some procedures.
Now a security guard is
stationed at the park and
skaters are coming from near
and far to try their moves.
Some parents may wonder
if safety is a concern at the
skate park.
According to an official at
the Milton Police Department,
since May 1, there have only
been a few incidences occur-
ring at the park, including a
theft of a skateboard and four
subjects that were shooting
squirt guns and trying to start
a fight.
One fight took place out-
side of the skate park includ-
ing two juveniles and one
other individual.
Captain Tony Tindell,
Milton Police Department
says, "Naturally I'm glad to
see it...violence is not becom-
ing a trend there and most
people are following the
rules."


He notes, "The skate park
is supposed to be good for the
people who use it."
According to John
Norton, Director of Parks and
Recreation for the City of
Milton, within the skate park,
"there really haven't been
many problems".
Officials say the security
guard is a factor in the safety
of the park.
"Absolutely," says Donna
Adams, City Manager for
Milton of the security guards
being an influence.
"(Skateboarders) have kind of
gotten use to them being up
there and wearing their hel-
mets. It also gives the parents
a sense of security knowing
they (security guards) are
there."
The skate park is seeing
an increase in skaters because
of school being out. "When
summer vacation started, we
have found that there are more
skaters at the later part of the
day," says Adams.
"People do come from out
of the area to enjoy the park.
It's been a good draw for
Milton. Hopefully they will
spend time eating, buying gas,
See PARK page 4A


Two arrested in string of Pace car


CERT teen training


offers disaster skills


Officials: Few complaints

at Milton's new skatepark


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OUT


Thursday, 7:52 a.m.
This is Thomas in Pace. I
was reading the June 7 paper.
Did you people see the two
big water oaks and live oaks
they move over on Airport and
Davis. See all these businesses
that are cutting these beautiful
oaks down, they can be
moved. It can be done people.
Just read the paper June 7 and
you'll see. We need to save
tree's lives instead of cutting
them down and destroying
them. They can be moved.
Thank you.

Wednesday, 9:10 p.m.
This is Jessie in Pace. I
was wondering what hap-
pened to Pace Lane between
Patriot Blvd. and Chumuckla
Highway. That road is a total
mess. Who ever designed that
they need to fix it. It is just like
you are on a roller coaster ride
and tearing your vehicle up.
We need something done
about that. It is also damaging
our school buses, which is our
tax money. Tires and stuff are
sticking out of the road. Thank
you.

Wednesday, 4:34 p.m.
Yes, someone needs to
check the overcrowding at the
Santa Rosa Jail because the
Jail dorm has nine - extra
inmates, which is above the
max of 24 and it is really hot
and the noise level is real bad
and it really doesn't pass the
fire marshall test. But I just
wanted to know if you could
check it out and see why the
Santa Rosa judicial system is
so ibackdip in its court cases.

Tuesday, 8:28 p.m.
Yes, this is David. I was
watching the Republican
Debates tonight and Governor
Mitt Romney said that he
doesn't think that it really
mattered what religion or
belief that a person has if it
qualifies them for president or
not.. I would like to tell him
that he has never been to Santa
Rosa County where that
means everything. Thank you.
Bye.

Tuesday, 5:44 p.m.
Yes, my name is Donna. I
am calling in regard to the new
liquor store that's coming in
out in Pace. My question
being when the vote passed I
thought that the guidelines
were that these stores where
supposed to be at least 2,500
feet from a school or a church.
And if that's is the case I am
unsure how that store is going
out there near the Highway 90


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call our Speak Out line at
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Decker,
Myrtle Belle
Myrtle Belle Decker, age
88, of Milton, passed away on
Monday, June 4, 2007. Mrs.
Decker was born in Job, West
Virginia. Before, moving to
Milton, she lived ini Orange
City, Florida for over 40 years,
and she and her husband
owned and operated Decker's
Trading Post. She is preceded
in death by her husband-Ora
Decker, and two grandsons-
John Decker and Chad
Decker.
Mrs. Decker is survived
by her five children-Jan
(Jim) Vann of Milton, Charles
(Sally) Decker of Las Vegas,
NV, Bill (Patty) Decker of
Colorado Springs, CO, Ben
(Buapa) Decker of Phoenix,
AZ, and Neal "Bud" Decker
of Morgantown, WV; seven
grandchildren; nine great
grandchildren; two great-great
grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
Private family services
will be held in Morgantown,
West Virginia.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton, Florida is in charge of
local arrangements.

McNeil,
Melton L.
1931-2007
Melton L. McNeil, age 75,
of Evergreen, AL, passed
away at Evergreen Medical
Center, on Wednesday, June 6,
2007. He was born in Conecuh
County, AL.
Surviving him are 5
sons-Randall Lamar McNeil
of Evans, GA, Dennis Melton
McNeil of Castleberry, AL,
Timothy Harold McNeil of
Mableton, GA, Bobby
Michael McNeil of Evergreen,
AL, and David Thomas
McNeil of Milton, FL; 1
daughter-Patricia Louise
Freeman of Evergreen, AL; 11



and Bessenger Lane intersec-
tion when there are five
churches within that 2,500
foot guideline. I am not sure
how they are getting around
the guidelines that people
voted for. Thank you.

Monday, 9:39 p.m.
It is sad to see that amount
of litter and pure garbage
being left on our rivers and
creeks.

Monday, 6:56 p.m.
I would like to know
where the wolf is that is being
kept in a small pen with no
shelter and I would like to
know where the horses are that
are starving in East Milton,
and where the two black dogs
in Pace that have no shelter
from this hot sun. This abuse
of animals is very distressing
to me and I wonder why the
Humane Society or Animal
Services are not doing any-
thing about this abuse. Thank
you very much.


Covenant Hospice offers teen training


Covenant Hospice is seek-
ing compassionate teen volun-
teers who are interested in
making a difference in the
lives of patients and families
facing end-of-life issues. A
teen volunteer training work-
shop will be held from 9:00
a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday,
June 13 at the Milton
Covenant Hospice branch
office, located at 5907
Berryhill Rd.
The workshop, designed
specifically for teenagers ages
14-18, educates volunteers on
hospice services, and prepares
them for volunteering in many


areas, including patient/family
companionship, nursing home
visits, fundraising events,
administrative support and
much more. The workshop is
free and open to the public,
and lunch will be provided.
All volunteer hours count
toward scholarship opportuni-
ties. The contributions made
by volunteers allow Covenant
Hospice, a not-for-profit
organization, to continue to
provide a very special kind of
care. To learn more, call
Courtney Cook at 202-5930 or
courtney.cook@ covenanthos-
pice.org.


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Obituaries
grandchildren and 5-great
grandchildren.
His graveside service will
be Saturday, June 9, 2007 at
10 a.m. the Olive Branch
Cemetery with Rev. Dale
Wirrick officiating. Visitation
was Friday, June 8, 2007 from
6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral
home. Cope Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.

Smith,
Leon Floyd
1921-2007
Leon Floyd Smith, age 86,
of Milton, passed away on
Sunday, June 3, 2007, in
Milton. Leon was bom April
8, 1921 in Brewton, AL, to
Jacob B. C. Smith and Nannie
Norsworthy Smith. Leon and
his wife Ruby, along with their
two sons, moved to Milton in
1959, and have been an active
part of the Milton community.
Leon retired from Reichhold
Chemical Company with over
40 years of service. Leon
served many years in the City
of Milton Police Auxiliary. He
has been a member of the
Ferris Hill Baptist Church
since 1959. Leon is preceded
in death by his parents and
three brothers.
Mr. Smith is survived his
wife of 63 years-Ruby King
Smith; two sons-Robert
(Theresa) and James (Pam);
four grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren; his sis-
ter-Katie Davis of Atlanta,
GA; and numerous friends.
Funeral services were 3
p.m., Wednesday at Lewis
Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev. Mike Mashburn officiat-
ing and was assisted by Rev.
Brian Nall. Burial followed in
Serenity Gardens Cemetery.
Visitation was Tuesday, June 4
from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lewis
Funeral Home.
Active pallbearers were
Bill Wallace, Guy Thompson,
Steve Jones, Paul Pridgen,
Phillip Jernigan, Guy Miller,
Carl Harrell and Jerry Frizzell.
Honorary pallbearers were
members of the Men's Sunday
School Class of Ferris Hill
Baptist Church.
Lewis Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Eunice,
Lavetta
1927-2007
Lavetta Eunice, age 80,
left this world Saturday, June
2, 2007.
She was born on February
26, 1927 in Getty Swamp
Wagner, SC. Lavetta lived in
Pensacola for 35 years before
moving to Milton six years
ago after the death of her old-
est daughter-Brenda Ramey
of Allentown, FL. She was a
private nurse until her stroke
at age 75.


Lavetta lived life on her
own terms. A woman ahead of
the times, she enjoyed fishing
and company. She also loved
traveling. In fact her motto
was "anywhere,
anytime... give me 15 minutes
and I'll be ready to go."
Lavetta is survived by one
son-Thomas Bradshaw
(Ann) of Albany, GA; daugh-
ter-Patricia Pavlo (Daniel) of
Milton; nine grandchildren-
Melissa Moore, Howard
Ramey (Crystal), Lance
Ramey, Thomas Bradshaw, Jr.,
Victoria Campbell, Brent
Bradshaw, Jennifer Bradshaw,
John Doucette (Shawn),
Michael Doucette (Karen) and
fourteen great-grandchildren;
a brother-Johnny Starnes
(Evelyn); five sisters-
Annaree Roland, Betty
Driggers, Elease Anderson,
Peggy Jackson (Robert), and
Regina Moring, all of South
Carolina.
Lavetta simply stated in
her last days that she looked
forward to being reunited in
Heaven with her family. To
her remaining living family
she leaves this message:
"If you choose to honor
me, then do it my way. I do
not want the sadness of a
funeral. I have made that clear
to everyone.
"At 80 years old I chose to
donate any part of this body
another life can benefit from,
as this is the last gift I can give
my fellow man. Grieve a short
time if you must, knowing
your grief will only take away
from the time you have left to
enjoy life. Take this time to let
go of the shortcomings you
have seen in me. We all know
we have them. Help those that
are truly in need when you
can. Walk away from those
that will not help themselves.
Go places you have wanted to
go. Try to do things you're not
sure you can. Breathe deep in
the morning air. Most of all
live every day to its fullest.
Some cool morning when you
can do this without sadness
mix my ashes with Leonard,
with a smile on your face,
spread our ashes where the
fishing is good, the streams are
clean. Then leave us be, in the
knowledge you have filled my
last request. I love you all. I
am so proud of my children.
Thanks to the staff of
Hospice-Laura, Mike Stokes
and Jennifer. Not forgotten is
Tina Mayhand, she is one of
those angels that is truly the
heart of hospice, she cared for
me as she would her own fam-
ily, and that is how I cared for
her."
Trahan Family Funeral
Home in charge of arrange-
ments.
In honor of Lavetta, dona-
tions can be made to Covenant
Hospice.


Saturday-June 9, 2007 .


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* District 1: Tom Stewart, Pace, FL 32571; Phone: 932-
1340.
* District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Rd., Milton 32583;
phone 983-1877.
* District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace, FL.
32571; phone 994-6426.
* District 4:, Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De Galves,
Navarre, 32566; phone 939-4949.
* District 5: John Broxson, 6495 Caroline St. Suite M,
Milton 32570, phone 932-1340.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9:00 a.m.
on both the second and fourth Thursday of each month. The
leaders meet in committee at 9:00 a.m. on Monday's pre-
ceeding the Thursday meetings. Meetings are held in com-
mission chambers of the Administrative Complex on
Highway 90. Phone 983-1877 for information or to reach
their offices.


State Government


* Representative Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton
32570 983-5550 Email evers.greg @leg.state.fl.us
* Senator Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd, Suite 100,
Crestview, 32536, 850-689-0556 - sun com-675-7930
* Governor Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe
St., Tallahassee, FL 32399 (850) 488-4441. Email: flgov-
ernor@myflorida.com


Federal Government


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
* Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office Building,
Washington, D.C. 20515; phone (local) 479-1183; (DC)
(202) 225-4136; toll free: (866) 367-1614; E-mail:
www.house.gov/jeffmiller
SENATE
* Senator Mel Martinez: P.O. Box 536176 Orlando,FL
32853-6176 phone (407) 897-3130 fax (407) 897-8595
* Senator Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone (202) 224-5274,
(fax) (202) 224-8022.
WHITE HOUSE
* President George Bush: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone (202)
456-1414. Email at:president@whitehouse.gov.
* Vice President Dick Cheney: Office of the Vice President,
White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.,
20500; phone (202) 456-1414.


School Government

SCHOOL BOARD
* District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Milton
32570, 983-0413.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton
32570, 623-6299
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre
32566, 939-2661.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth Street, Pace
32571, 994-5446
* District 5: Edward Gray III- 1 Gray Oaks Lane , Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561 850-932-6287
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m.
on the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 5086 Canal St., Milton.
Phone: 983-5000.


City Government

* Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon
Street, Milton, FL 32570. (850) 983-5400. City Manager,
Donna Adams.
* Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL. 32561. (850) 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
* Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Hwy. 4, Jay,
FL 32565. (850) 675-2719.


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Saturday-June 9, 2007


Bluegrass music
and jam session
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Band" it ii ll .irid Melli'.,
King and Pllartu.ri�" - " p i- .
Tlie dooi r.. _pe, i .it pn ,
with [thlie C-ii.cert stal.rtl' at I.
p.m .alid [l'ic i aC . ._ ii. il hIri
all jbilline' . irtilin t .il s p I1i
Door prizes and "Split the
Pot" are part of the fun.
Refreshments are avail-
able from PJC student clubs.
For more information:
Call Charles Samuel, 850-
994-4070 or check the web
site: www.gcbma.com.
This is a family event. All
ages are welcome.


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Lloyd and Inez Ford

Wedding Anniversary

Lloyd and Inez Ford will 'celebrate their 66th Wedding
Anniversary on June 8, 2007. They are the parents of three sons-
Steve (Vicki), David (Ceci) and Ken (Kristi). They have eight grand-
children. Mr. Ford is retired from Life of Georgia Insurance
Company, and Mrs. Ford is retired from American Cyanamid.


News Briefs


Learning Academy to
hold directors meeting
The Learning Academy of
Santa Rosa, located at 5880 N.
Stewart St., in Milton will be
having a Board of Directors
meeting Monday, June 11, at 8
a.m. This meeting is open to
the public. Guests who wish to
address the Board may do so
by advising the Chairman
prior to the. beginning of the
meeting. Each presentation
will be limited to 3 minutes.
Director is Chad White, 850-
983-3495, and Executive
Director is Mr. Jerry L. White,
850-314-6571.

City Council to meet
The City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Regular
Session on Tuesday, June 12,
2007 at 5 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. For further
information on the meeting,
contact the City Manager's
Office at 983-5411.

Dragonfly holds
Grimes display
The Dragonfly Gallery
will have a reception in honor
of Troy Grimes on June 23rd


Civil War

reenactment

on Saturday

The Escambia River
Muzzle Loaders (E.R.M.L)
gun club is having a Civil War
reenactment Saturday June 9th
starting at 8am. The public is
welcome.
The event will be at the
outdoor range in Cantonment
@ 8539 Rocky Branch Road.
The club has members
from Santa Rosa and
Escambia Counties.


from 2:00 - 4:00. The Gallery
is showcasing this local histor-
ical artist. This exhibit will
display Mr. Grimes' pencil
sketches, pen and ink sketch-
es, wood burnings, and repli-
cas.
Hosted by the Santa Rosa
Art and Culture Foundation
the display began June 5th and
continues through June 23rd.
Mr. Grimes is a life-long
resident of Holley, FL and has
created artwork for his entire
life. He is a descendent of one
of the original family living in
Holley. Mr. Grimes' creations
are memories capturing his
Santa Rosa County communi-
ty and the history of the coun-
ty.
The Dragonfly Gallery,
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic downtown
Milton is a juried gallery pre-
senting local artist's work.
Gallery hours are Tuesday
through Saturday, 10:00 till
4:00. For more information
contact the Art and Culture
Foundation at
www.SantaRosaArts.org or
call the Dragonfly Gallery at
981-1100.

Crist family in concert
The Crist family will be in
concert at the Harbor at
Holley (formerly Holley
Assembly of God), located on
Hwy. 87, just north of
Navarre, on June 14th.


Historic Preservation
Board meets in June
The City of Milton's
Historic Preservation Board
will meet in regular session on
Thursday, June 14, at 5:30
p.m. in the Council Chambers
at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. All meetings are open
to the public. For more infor-
mation, please call the
Planning Department at 983-
5440.


Correction


In the June 6 edition of the Press Gazette, Ray Rognstad
was pictured saluting the American Flags as they burn. He
was incorrectly identified. We regret the error.


SRMC aggression

seminar offered

A child's temperament
mnd his/her learned coping
skills are critical to the young-
ster's being able to manage
aggression. Luis A. Ghiglino,
M.D.
The level of family stress
mnd the positive and negative
interactions of the. family
influence children learning
aggression. Dr. Ghiglino will
be presenting a lecture thai
will focus on hurtful behavior
n young children, the need tc
-ecognize and how to modify
:he negative behavior.
Santa Rosa Medical
Center is offering this commu-
iity seminar on Tuesday, June
19 at 7 p.m. in the Locklin
Education Center located
behindd the hospital.
Call 626-5113 to register.


I Society offers

at quarterly meet


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program

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afternoon about 4:30. Witnesses say the vehicle rolled three
times. Officials note six people were taken to an Okaloosa hospi-
al from the crash scene. Rural/Metro Ambulance in Santa Rosa
County and Okaloosa County EMS cared for the injured and
transported. Fire department personnel used the Jaws of Life tc
extricate two people from the wrecked vehicle. Reports say all six
were using seatbelts. LifeFlight was originally called to the scene
from Pensacola, but cancelled after those on the ground deter
mined there were no serious injuries. The Florida Highway Patrol
worked the crash. (See complete story page one.)


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Continued from page one
Daniel Hahn, Plans Chief
for Santa Rosa Emergency
Management, says, "We are
still looking for people inter-
ested in teaching the pro-
gram... teachers, retirees, etc.
We would love to have high
school teachers on summer
break come in."
Topics discussed during
the workshop will include
Disaster Preparedness, Fire
Safety, Disaster Medical
Assistance Part 1 and 2, Light
Search and Rescue
Operations, Disaster
Psychology, Terrorism, and
Course Review and Disaster
Simulation.
According to Hahn, if the
program is implemented in
each high school in the county,
Santa Rosa will be the second


PARK-
Continued from page one
S,. o eyen e spending he night"
says Adams.
,,. ,The park is, open seven.
days a week from 8 a.m.-10
p.m.
The Milton City Council
will vote on a potential ordi-
nance this Tuesday that would
establish the skate park rules
and regulations as a law. If the
ordinance is passed, there will
be a $50 penalty for the first
offense, $100 for the second
offense, $200 for the third, and
$500 for the fourth and all
subsequent offenses. Violators
may also be prohibited from
entering the park for a period
of 90 days.

Bagdad town
meeting set for
June 10 canceled
The Bagdad Town Hall
meeting scheduled for this
Sunday, June 10, has been
canceled for various reasons
including availability of
speakers. They planning to
reschedule for later in June.
Watch for announcements.


county in the United States to
do so.
It will be up to the high
school principal of each
school as to if and how they
want to implement the pro-
gram.
Hahn believes there are a
number of reasons why stu-
dents should participate.
"Number one, it promotes
preparedness in our kids.
Number two, it promotes a
sense of community service,
and number three, they can
take these skills and use them
later in life."
The core Teen CERT pro-
gram has a variety of goals.
First, experts say it pro-
vides students with knowledge
of the effects of natural and
man-made disasters and their
economic, social, and emo-


tional impacts. Second, stu-
dents will build decision-mak-
ing, problem solving, and
strategies to help them make
informed decisions. Third,
students will receive hands-on
training using events that
could happen.
To register for the pro-
gram, call 983-5360. To date;
22 instructors have signed up
for the workshop out of 40
slots available.
People are encouraged to
sign up now and not wait until
last minute because they may
not receive instructor kits, but
they will still be able to sit in
on the workshops.
Although the deadline was
yesterday, the Division of
Emergency Management will
still take those interested in
the workshop.


Project Graduation will

offer teens safe activity?


There were over 30 alco-
hol-related , traffic' fatalities',
throughout Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties in 2005,
according to the Florida
Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles.
During occasions such as
Prom and Graduation night,
teenagers are even more likely
to celebrate with a night of
drinking and potentially
destructive decisions. The end
of this year's high school
graduation season marked the
22nd year of successful
Project Graduation celebra-
tions throughout Escambia
and Santa Rosa counties.
Project Graduation is a
collaborative effort to address
some of the tragic statistics
caused by alcohol-related
accidents. It is an all-night,
alcohol- and drug-free cele-
bration provided for seniors
on their graduation night.
Each school plans their own
Project Graduation with the
help of the Community Drug


and Alcohol Council (CDAC)
which provides--' -technical
assistance to the Project
Graduation planning commit-
tees.
Locally, fifteen schools
participated in this year's
Project Graduation.
Highlights of the celebrations
included hypnotists, dancing,
bowling, arcade games, and
Sumo wrestling. According to
Northview senior Meredith
Weaver, Project Graduation -is
the "first reunion as a graduate
and a sure way to know your
friends will be together:
Popular locations for this
year's celebrations included
Corry Station, Sam's Fun City,
Big Kahuna's, University of
West Florida, and Sun Quest
Cruise.
Remember it is never too,
early to start planning your
school's 2008 Project
Graduation. You can play a
valuable role in saving lives!
Contact CDAC at (850) 434-
2724 for more information.
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Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church
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AFRICAN METHODIST
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Greater Bethlehem AME
5299 Richburg St., Milton
ANGLICAN
Trinity by the Fields
4980 West Spencerfield Road, Pace
APOSTOLIC
First Apostolic Church
5574 E. Highway 90, Milton
Pace Apostolic Church
4763 Old Guernsey Road, Pace
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
Bagdad 1st Assembly of God
4513 Forsyth Street, Bagdad
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5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton
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6163 Dogwood Drive, Milton
Harold Assemby of God
10495 Goodrange Rd, Milton
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5223 Hwy. 90, Pace
First Missionary Baptist -ABA
3949 Pace Road, Pace
Galilee Missionary Baptist-ABA
Hwy 90, West Milton
BAPTIST
Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
Faith Baptist
6423 Hamilton Bridge Rd, Milton
First Baptist of Harold
10585 Goodrange Drive,,Milton
Liberty ,Bptist Chuxch ,, ),,
6763 Margaret Street
Milton, FL 32570
Mount Pilgrim Baptist
5103 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Street, Milton
St. John Divine Missionary Baptist
5363 St. Johns Street, Milton
BAPTIST-. INDEPENDENT
Bible Baptist Church of Pace
4001 Vern Street, Pace
Bible Way Baptist Church
5976 Dogwood Drive Milton
Brownsdale Baptist Church
Chumuckla Hwy. Jay
Joy Bible Baptist
8613 Hwy. 90, Milton
Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist
5550 Econfina Street, Milton
Solid Rock Baptist
6760 East Gate Road, Milton
Trinity Baptist
5301 Highway 90, Pace
Victory Baptist
4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton
West Florida Baptist


'h Directory

5621 Hwy 90, Milton 5300 Highway 90, Pace
Fil Am Baptist Church Pea Ridge Church of Christ
5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton 4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge


BAPTIST -SOUTHERN
Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
Berrydale Baptist Church
6730 Hwy. 4, Jay
Billory 1st Baptist of Holley-Navarre
Highway 87 North Holley
Blackwater Baptist
11689 Munson Hwy., Milton
Calvary Baptist
Hwy. 89, Allentown
Cora Baptist
12953 Hwy 197, Jay
East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
Ferris Hill Baptist
6848 Chaffin Street. Milton
First Bagdad Baptist
4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad
First Baptist of Garcon Point
1780 Garcon Point Rd., Milton
First Baptist of Milton
6797 Caroline St., Milton
Florida Baptist Convention
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
Floridatown Baptist
3851 Diamond Street ,Pace
Harmony Ridge Baptist
5536 Hwy. 90W, Pace
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Hickory Hammock Rd, E.Milton
Immanual Baptist
4187 Hwy. 90, Pace
James Street Baptist
6658 James Street, Milton
Jay First Baptist
214 S. Alabama Street, Jay
Living Truth Church (Contemporary)
Meeting at S.S. Dixon Intermediate
School, Pace
Mount Calvary So. Baptist
5300 Berryhill Road Milton
New Bethel Baptist
10995 Chumuckla Hwy., Jay
New Life Baptist
6380 Bayberry Street, Milton
Mount Pleasant Baptist
6151 Dogwood Dr., Milton
Olivet Baptist
5240 Dogwood Drive Milton
Pine Level Baptist
3300 Pine Level Church Road, Jay
Pine Terrace Baptist
6212 Pine Blossom Road Milton
Pleasant Home Baptist
8500 Pleasant Home, Munson
Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.
6820 Hwy. 87 North Milton
Spring Hill Baptist Church
9214 Munson Hwy. Milton
Wallace Baptist Church
6601 Chumuckla Hwy.
Woodbine Baptist Church
4912 Woodbine Road Pace
BAPTIST -MISSIONARY
Mt. Bethel Baptist
175 Limit Street Milton-
New Macedonia Baptist Church .
4751 Chumuckla Hwy. Pace
New Providence Missionary Baptist
4175 Popcorn Rd., Milton
CATHOLIC
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
6457 Park Ave. SW Milton, FL
CHARISMATIC
Sheperd House Ministry
5739 Stewart St. Milton
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Bagdad Chuch of Christ
4413 Garcon Point Hwy., Bagdad
Berryhill Church of Christ
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace,
Jay Church of Christ
E. Highway 4, Jay
Margaret Street Church of Christ
6745 Margaret Street, Milton,
McLellan Church of Christ
Munson Hwy Milton
Susan St. Church of Christ
600 Susan St. Milton
West Milton Church of Christ


CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
Ferris Hill Church of God in Christ
909 N. Alabama St., Milton
113 Willing Street, Milton
World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St., Milton
Community Chapel Church of God,
4300 Pace Lane,
South of Wal-Mart
Church of God in Christ
5887 N. Stewart St., Milton
CHURCH OF GOD
Covenant Church of God
4645 School Ln., Pace
Church of God of Prophecy
600 Glover Lane, Milton, FL
COMMUNITY OF CHRIST
Community of Christ
6656 Raymond Hobbs St.Milton
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints
5737 Berryhill Rd., Milton
EPISCOPAL
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
6842 Oak St. Milton
FULL GOSPEL
Milton Victory Ministries
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
Living Faith Church
7400 Reformation Rd Milton
HOLINESS
Hollandtown Holiness Church
1851 Pineview Church Rd, Jay
Contact: Hansel Prescott 675-4346
Cobbtown Holiness
4700 Greenwood Rd
Jay, FL 32565
INDEPENDENT
Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Evangel Christian Church
6763 Margaret St. Milton
Ken Sumerall Ministries
4901 Forest Creek Dr., Pace
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
Congregation
5696 Berryhill Rd, Milton
LIUTHERAN
Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church
6076 Old Bagdad Hwy , Milton


Attencdt-e c hurch ofyour
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J First United Methodist
. Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

Worship Service @ 8:30 & 11:00
Sunday School @ 9:45
Youth Fellowship @ 5:00

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!

Covenant Church of God
4645 School LanePace, FL 32571
5| Behind CiCi's Pizza in Pace
850-994-1273
www.covenantcog.org
Senior Pastor, Benny Turner
Youth and Children's Pastor, Tom Jenson

Where the Spirit of God is Moving!
Sunday 10:00 AM Celebration Services for Adults & Kids
Wednesday 7:00 PM Adult Bible Study/Youth & Kids Clubs
Nursery is provided for all services
Cell groups for all ages

C os - hU Committed to excellence a.s ,e .er - Je::. u.
Come grow with usi


Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987) /
Worship & Childrens Church 8:30 & 10:00 am
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:00 pm .-'- '
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm - "
Preschool- All Sen.rf ' -
8351 Hickory Harnmock Road Mli..on * ,23.8959* .wt h- orvhrmmocl-b"piii cra
Dynamic WorsEhp * Musi: * Drama * Cnoidlren & Yo.iir M,,r-QIrie, ar. i:l., mic.r'


Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


* Live band, contemporary music
* Exceptional children's & teen ministry
* Safe, clean nursery & preschool classes
* Small Groups & Seminars


994-4310


www.PaceCommunityChurch.com


Affiliation...
* Non-denominational & Bible based
* Purpose Driven
* A member of the Willow Creek Association

Where? 4310 North Spencerfield Rd. * Pace * 32571
When? 2 Great Services on Sunday at 9:30 am & 11:00 am


Ronnie Christian
Pastor


cnrw'ce 3 is3n a .


Westminster Presbyterian Church PCA
6659 Park Avenue, Milton

PRESBYTERIAN - USA
First Presbyterian Church of Milton
5206 Elmira St. , Milton, FL
Pace Presbyterian Church
4587 Woodbine Rd., Pace, FL
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church
5339 Zero Ln., Milton, FL

Mount Zion Primitive Baptist Church
603 4th Av., Milton, FL


PROUTESANT
Milton SDA Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton


SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Milton Seventh-Day
Adventist Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton
UNITED PENTECOSTAL
First Pentecostal Church of Bagdad
4636 Forsyth St., Bagdad

VINEYARD
Bay Area Vineyard Church
Milton Community Center
5629 Byrom Street, Milton


METHODIST
Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Dr.. Milton
Chumuckla United Methodist Church
9475 Hwy. 197, Chumuckla
Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist
Church
8008 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
1st United Meth.Church of Pace
4540 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine, Pace
Bagdad United Methodist Church
4540 Forsyth St., Bagdad
First United Methodist Church
6830 Berryhill Rd., Milton
Jay United Methodist Church
300 South Alabama St., Jay
Mae Edwards Memorial United
Methodist Church
5052 Mulat Road, Milton, FL
Pineview United Methodist Church
1400 Pineview Church Rd. Jay,
Wesley Memorial United Methodist
Church
4701 School Ln, Pace, FL
Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine Rd., Pace
NAZARENE
First Church of the Nazarene
5162 Avenida Del Fuego, Pace
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Christian Life Church
4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton
Church of the Living God
3375 Garcon Pt. Milton
New Testament Church
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
Shepherd House Ministries
5739 N. Stewart St., Milton
Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart St., Milton
West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
PENTECOSTAL
Gospel Lighthouse Church
10001 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
United Pentecostal
Church of Berrydale
7580 Hwy. 4, Jay
PENTECOSTAL- HOLINESS
Mount Zion Pentecostal Holiness
Church
5532 Osceola St., Milton
Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness Church
2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
New Vision Worship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton
Roeville Holiness Church
Munson Hwy., Milton
Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy 164)
Jay, FL 32565
PRESBYTERIAN-. PCA


Pace Assembly of God www.paceassembly.org
Pace Assembly Ministries, Inc. Office: (850) 994-7131
Prayer Line: (850) 994-5200
3948 Highway 90 FAX: (850) 994-9936
- - -- Pace, Florida 32571-1998
'Bus Service Available
Pastor Joseph Rogers Bus Service Available
REVIVE Telecast
WFGX TV35 Sundays 7:30 am
Sunday School 9:45 am WHBR TV33 Mondays 9:00 pm
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Miracle Service 6:00 pm REVIVE Radio BroadastX
Wednesday Study In The Word 7:00 pm WTJT 90.1 FM M-F 4:45 pm,




" t5203 Elmira Street
TMilton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten

623-2510

Sunday School: 9:45 Worship: 11am 1


EPISCOPAL St. Mary's
CHURCH
: Episcopal Church
The Rev. John Wallace
97 4 Services:
Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9.:45 am
Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nursery provided for Sunday service
Phone (850) 623-2905 www.stmarysmilton.com


cooking unto Jesus the author

and fisher of our "
b l kbrnis 12:12
S -fave You Been Obedient T'o The 'Faith? Acts 6:7

Sundat 'Bib'e Studt 9am n\','Mi lo am &' Gym
4eeinescay: Snack & Stiut 5:sijm
5300 '1-wy 90, 994-6088 Come and be apart of
RESTORING 1ST CENTURY CHRISTIANITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY s


Celebrate with usl

Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available
for all ages 6:30 p.m.

CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton
Church Office: 623-8820 John F Edwards, Pastor 2



YOU'RE INVITED

CHURCH LIKE IT USED TO BE!


Come Visit Us!
Grace Bible Church
6331 Chestnut Street ,
Milton, FL 32570


623-4671


Rev. Tod Brainard, Pastor



Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning: 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Evening: 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 p.n.


Come find your place with Us!
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church


Sunday School - 9 a.m.
Worship Service - 10 a.m.
Pastor Mark Dees
4701 School Lane
994-6213


Chumuckla United Methodist Church
Praise & Worship - 9 am
Traditional Worship -11 am
Wednesday Night Worship - 6:30 pm

Pastor: Clive Knights
Stephen Minister: Donna Lee * 994-0870
9475 Chumuckla H\\-. * Jay. FL 32565
995-4261 -


Have You been lookingZ7
for a Church that is like
You used to remember?

A Church that has
Traditional ChLII-Ch Music

A Church where the Bible
is opened and is taught
verse by verse I I

A Church that is centered
on buildina stronc, families


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Viewpoints


6A Saturday, June 9, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida

OUR VIEW



Were you




here for Ivan?

"Were you here for Ivan?"
The question, all by itself, says a lot.
The person asking was probably here and understands the impact the
hurricane had on Santa Rosa residents. Not only in property damage, but
in the lessons surrounding hurricane season.
Years ago, in the 1990s, Erin and Opal struck. Erin in August of 1995,
wiped out our trees, our power, and trapped many residents by blocking
the roads with downed timber. Gulf Power employees became heroes
when they gave their cold drinks and lunches to people stuck in remote
areas with no food. The newspaper headline said something to the effect
that if the trees knocked down by the storm were laid end to end, they
would reach Mobile.
Opal, in October of 1995, was a category five at one point headed
straight for us, but dropped to a category two before it made landfall. As
Opal reached the Gulf of Mexico shoreline, it turned and went east and
caused major destruction along the coast. Northern Santa Rosa was spared
this time. Navarre Beach looked like a war zone.
In the years to follow, Tropical Storm Danny sat off the shoreline and
dumped rain on us until we flooded. Other storms came through with no
names and we flooded.
None of them treated us as badly as Ivan. Hurricane Ivan forced resi-
dents to their roofs and attics. Ivan raised the waters and lowered expecta-
tions of hurricane survival in the'Florida Panhandle.
The leaves were blown from the trees, which made the stars in the sky
much easier to see at night. That, and the fact there was no electricity and
no lights to dim the view. Power was out in some areas for a month-
which put people outside more often. We got to know our neighbors. We
cooked all the meat in our freezers, together, outside on grills. The Red
Cross drove through in a truck with hot meals. MRE picnics in the front
yard were common. Lines for ice,. MREs and gasoline were long. It
became the business for the day-providing for our families. There was
nothing else to do. Most businesses were closed.
Point is, when emergency management people tell you to buy water
and store it, get canned food,-; and a can opener, stock up on batteries,
flashlights, animal food, and .tuck away important papers in waterproof
containers, it's for a reason.
Itall starts the same. We hear something has formed and it doesn't
have a name yet. We glance at our televisions and wonder if it will affect
us. Then we go about our day. We either hear less or more about it. If we
hear more and it's named, we seek out the news a little more often. Then
it's given a projected path. If we fall inside the "cone of uncertainty" we
know it's possible. If we don't fall inside the cone, we know it's possible.
All it takes is a change in atmospheric conditions and the bullseye is on us
again.
So when state and local emergency management officials begin hold-
ing seminars, and running advertisements on the radio, television and print
about preparing early, they aren't kidding.
People were trapped on the roads here with Hurricane Opal.
If they say leave, then leave. Early.
Store's shelves go empty quickly. People who have been here a while
know what to buy-and they buy it. There's no harm in buying a few extra
item and keeping them stored at home. Canned meats, handy snacks for
children, individually packaged juices, water for drinking, water for wash-
ing, battery operated everything, bread, even generators and plywood. A
little girl died here when Hurricane Ivan struck. A tree crashed down on
her home and killed her.
Hurricanes are serious business. Last year we were lucky.
We don't have El Nino this year.
It's hurricane time.
It's open season.
And we're sitting ducks.


Vol. 100, Number 20


GUEST VIEWPOINT


Floridale stays wild, beautiful and clean


Can Floridale, the Blackwater
River State Park and Forest, the
Nature Conservancy/Florida
Forever properties and "Burnt"
Grocery Creek be kept free from
pollution? Yes. In fact, the people
of Santa Rosa County and County
government are at present having a
meaningful dialogue concerning
what might potentially be devel-
oped on some larger tracts at Star
Rider Trail and Highway 90 just
west of Floridale that is zoned
agricultural and industrial.
Democracy is working well in
Santa Rosa County. Our enlight-
ened County Commissioners
reflected their ecological concerns
and far reaching thinking in voting
against the rezoning of a tract a lit-
tle west of Floridale at Star Rider
Trail from agricultural to industrial
so an auto auction firm could be
developed on the property.
Moreover, a free press made a
more public debate possible con-
cerning natural resources that
belong to everyone in Santa Rosa
County - now and in the future.
Equally important, this same area
is a flyway for Navy and Air Force
night training missions that involve
night vision. Ground lighting can
sometimes deter these sorts of mil-
itary exercises.
The citizens of Floridale know
that growth and development are
headed out here. We are expecting
it and are planning for the future.
The consensus is that any future
development or industry that might
or clearly would pollute Floridale,
the Blackwater River State Park
and Forest, the Nature
Conservancy/Florida Forever
properties and "Burnt" Grocery


Creek does not belong in the area.
Our present air, water, and land
quality must be preserved. The
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection has
already said that the agency will not
monitor the groundwater in and
around a development or industry.
Another prerequisite is that a
potential development or industry
needs to "fit" in the natural and aes-
thetic context of Floridale and what
has already been developed here.
What developmental trends are
already set in Floridale? The wild,
beautiful, and clean Floridale area
is already beginning to flourish by
attracting out of state visitors and
locals, alike. Canoe excursion
trips, camping, swimming, and pic-
nicking are attracting a large num-
ber of tourists. We are becoming
the canoe capital of the Southeast.
A canoe excursion firm has been
out here for years. One weekend
check out Deaton Bridge in
Blackwater River State Park.
Canoe, have a picnic, relax, and
enjoy the white sand and cool clean
water as it flows by.
Bicycling is, likewise, becom-
ing popular. Floridale area is a well
known spot for clean, scenic, and
out of doors bicycle rides away
from the city. Milton now has a
state-of-art bicycle shop that is ben-
efiting from this new, clean
Floridale growth.
Horseback riding is an impor-
tant economic boon in the Floridale
area, as well. Beautiful trails loom
everywhere. A horse related feed
business, tack, and trailer firm a lit-
tle east of Floridale is prospering.
Motorcycle clubs are another
economic boost to the area. Large


numbers of motorcyclists stop,
fuel, and eat in Milton before cruis-
ing through Floridale and adjacent
areas. Riders travel from afar to
enjoy the natural scenery of the
Floridale area.
During hunting season, the
Floridale area is where the big:
bucks are. Fishermen love fishing'
the untouched waters of:
Blackwater and Yellow Rivers.
The time is now for the people'
of Santa Rosa County and County;
government to learn from and use:
the historical and ecological
insights of the past fifty years.
Above all, we must keep Floridale,
the Blackwater River State Park
and Forest, the Nature
Conservancy/Florida Forever prop-
erties, and "Burnt" Grocery Creek
wild, beautiful, and clean forever.
The people and County govern-,
ment cannot allow pollution here.,
Floridale growth and development
must also correlate with the natural
and aesthetic context of the area
and build on what has already been
developing for a long while. We'
need "eco-friendly" businesses that
protect and promote natural
resources (air, water, land), main-
tain current water and air quality,'
and coexist with the agenda of
wildlife management. As the
happy ages roll by, a wild, beauti-
ful, and clean Floridale can become
a real money maker for Santa Rosa
County now and in the future.

Edward David Home, M. A.
Philosopher of Religion
Shaggy Oaks Road
Milton, Florida 32583
Resident of Floridale


YOUR VIEWPOINTS


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Unfair state law forces
sewer service installation?

FM:. CATHY HENNESSY
Milton
Dear Editor:
I would like to give a head's up
to the residents living on Da Lisa
Road regarding Sun Dial's installed
waste management system. Even
though no residents on Da Lisa Rd.
from Raven to Audiss Rds were
notified, a sewer line has been
installed. I live on this line and just
had my septic tanked pumped and
the system needs some repair. I own
approximately an acre and a half of
land and from where my septic sys-
tem is now located to the road is
about 150 ft. State law now states
that I can not fix my septic system
(cost approx. $2K for total replace-
ment) and will be forced to hook up
to Sun Dial's privately owned sys-
tem (cost between $15 and $18K
and a monthly charge of
$39/month). Sun Dial also informed
me that they could have forced
everyone on their line to hook up
immediately if they had wanted to.
The hook up alone costs $4,000!


(not including your forced costs to
trench and pipe to it). There appears
to be no action that anyone can take
since state law will not allow a septic
company to do repairs without a per-
mit (which you can not get since sep-
tic is "available"). This will force me
out of my home, as I am sure it will
others if they are faced with this situ-
ation.

Personal tribute honors
Brother Joe Bamberg

FM: DORIS KINGRY
Milton
Dear Editor:
Joe Bamberg's passing left a hole
in my heart as it did so many others
whose lives he touched.
One of his many talents was to
make each person he met to feel very
special. For example, after I began
teaching school, he always, until the
last couple of years, greeted me with,
"Hi, Teach." During my first year to
teach, he asked me what literature I
was teaching at the time. Being
familiar with the book (as he was
with so many), he asked if he could
come to my classroom to teach the


novel for me. Each day, until the
book was done, he came faithfully
and taught the book.
Years later, I found him waiting
for his wife Betty in a doctor's office,
and I asked if he remembered teach-
ing that book in my class. I told him,
again, how much I appreciated him.
He remarked, "Well, you must
not have because you didn't invite
me back." Goodness knows I would
have except I felt I would be taking
advantage of him.
When I was writing a column for
a little newspaper, Brother Joe never
failed to talk to me about the article.
He told me he always read it.
Sometimes he brought up a topic he
did or did not quite agree with and
would discuss it with me, sometimes
changing my mind, sometimes not.
At one point when I was attend-
ing Brother Joe's church, I saw him
in a grocery store. I told him if I died
before he did, I wanted him to con-
duct my funeral. He rejoined with,
"If I die before you, I want you to be
a pall bearer."
After calling to find out if I had
taught with a person whose funeral
he was to conduct, he came to my
classroom (upon invitation) to learn


some anecdotes about that person.
As most know, he was a genius at
gathering bits of humorous and
poignant information before a funer-
al he would conduct. The other
teacher commented that she listened
to his "Coffee with Parson" each
morning coming from Pensacola and
Milton to work. He asked if we
would like him to make a tape of his
piano playing. Of course, we would.
He did just that. While record-
ing, he called once and asked if I
liked Glen Miller. I told him that I
did, very much. He said he would
put a little Glen Miller on the tape.
He did. At the end of the tape, he
said, "Now if you don't like this, you
can take it back and get just what
you paid for it." In that tape, some-,
times Brother Joe could be heard
commenting something to Betty. He,
was as good as his word: Soon he,
brought the tapes to me at school. I,
think he loved the school setting.
While I was recuperating from a'
serious illness in the early '70s, he,
would come to my house and catch:
me up on the "gossip".The hole in'
my heart left by his passing cannot'
be filled, but his wisdom and humor'
will be there.


Jim Fletcher, Interim Publisher
Carol Barnes, Office Manager
Lynne Hough, Associate Editor









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Saturday-June 9. 2007


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MILTON HIGH



PANTHERS
' I 4 -A'


SUCCESS



STORY


At seventeen years old most high
school seniors are busy planning for
weekendd fun. etc.. but for Taylor Ov.ens. a MHS senior and a half-day Welding
Technology> student at Locklin Tech. it is about the job.

Last semester. LT Welding Technology instructor Mr. Jim Sullivan received a call
from Michael Steele ow ner of "Heads-Up Chassis" looking for a TIG %%elder to build
the highly specialized racmin chassis for National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) certi-
fied Funn\ Cars. Pro Modified and Pro Street Cars. The local business owner was
looking for someone \ ibh skills to bend the special tubing material of chromemoly
allo\ to create the specially built race car chassis which are manufactured and sold on
the n.ition, ide racing circuit and as far aw ty as Australia.

.According to Mr. Sullo an. Taylor had already begun defining his own future as a
professional \\eldei when after less than a ear of traimnrig. he placed 2nd overall in the
state at the highly; competitive Skills USA competition for technical students. Mr.
Sulli\an went on to sa.y that he had "great faith' in Ta lor's abilities and his work ethic
and recommended that Mr. Steele gi\e him :a shot at the part-time job. Within one
month of employment. Ta lor had recer, ed four paN raisers and the guarantee of a full
time position and another raise upon his graduation from high school in May.

Locklin Tech is \ery proud of Taylor's success and of all their students who have
similar stories.

iThis article %\as taken from the Lcdlin Tech Knoiilhdee that i\'or'ks. May 2007
publication.


Summer School Programs

Milton High School

*Boys & Girls Soccer- June 4- July 5 MWF 7:00am - 8:30 am
Grades 7-12 Tues. & Thurs. 6:00-8:30 pm
Coach Ryan Davenport

*Softball-June 4-July 6-High School 8cm-10am
5th-8th grade 10.30-12:30
(lunch included)
Coach Ron O'Quinn

*Volleyball-July 15-Aug. 3 High School 8-12
Middle School 12:00-3
Coach Lori Erickson

*Girls Basketball-June 4-June 28 Mon-Thurs
Grades 9-12 8:00-11:00 lunch 11.00-11:30
Grades 6-8 12:00-2:00 lunch 11:00-11.30
Coach Stephanie Washington

*Boys Basketball-June 4 Mon-Thurs
High School- 9:00-12:00 w/lunch
Middle School- 12:00-3:00 w/lunch
Coach Taf Bentley

*Tennis-June 11-28 Monday-Thursday .
9am-llam
Community Center Courts
Coach Tasha Martinez

*Football-June 4-Middle School 8:00-12:00 Monday-Thursday w/lunch
High School 8:00-12:00 Monday-Thursday w/lunch
Coach Mike McMillion

*Baseball-June 4- June 29-Tuesday & Thursday 12:00-3:00
Friday 8:00-12:00 (7th,8th & 9th grade)

*Swimming-Aug. 6-18 @ UWF. Bus will leave MHS at 12:30 and return at 3:30.
Open to all 6th -12th grade swimmers.
NO NON SWIMMERS.
Coach Sonia Miller


For additional information you may call Milton High School at 983-5600.


Important Phone

Numbers for MHS

Main Office: 983-5600;
Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618;
Attendance :983-5608;
Attendance Ans.
Machine-983-5658;
Band: 983-5611
Football: 983-5606;
Chorus:983-5613;
M. Rutledge: 983-5616;
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
or visit us at
www.santarosa.k12.fl.us/mhs/


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On Aprld 4t11. a press conflrenice w"as lcid at UWF to announce the opening of the
new En iald Coast BEST Robotics Hub. The hub is in operation at the UWF campus
aId thrii i kourf il/l be on Sept. 15th.l Piit nce driving >iii he on Oct. 20th and compe-
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DRIVER'S EDUCATION
SUMMER 2007
1. Upon successful completion of this class each student \\ill receive 1 2 credit toward graduation.
II). Each student must be present each day to accumulate 60 hours of attendance to receive L 2 credit.
III). The course will cover a variety of items including but not limited to:
A). Driver's handbook
B). Written examination (if age requirements are met-at least 14 N rs old)
C). Drug/alcohol information
D). Textbook work and information
E). Boater/water safety

IV). Each student must keep a notebook with all \ ork and notes intact.
V). Class times are as follows:
A). Monday - Thursday (9:00 AM-12:00 PMNI OR 11:0 PM-4:00PM for athletes I
B). Friday (8:00 AM-11:00 AM FOR EVERYBODY!
VI). Tardiness will not be tolerated and will be made up at the rate set forth by the summer school guidelines.
VII). A date/time will be set up for all MHS students \who pass the %\ written examination to go to the Division
of Motor Vehicles and get their driving permits 1all DNI\ fees , ill be applicable at this time.
VIII). Class begins on Monday, June 4th, and ends on Friday, June 29th.
(June 4,5,6,7,8,11,12,13,14,15,18,19,20.21.22.25.26.27.28.,29)
IX). For driving lab information, contact Bruce Richards.


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One thing that everyone has in common is that we all have, or have had, a father. Fathers should be considered as a gift from God and a reflection of His heavenly
love for us. Not too many years ago, it was only the father who was out working to support his family while the mother was home caring for their children and the
needs of their home. Today, many fathers and mothers share the many different aspects of raising a family, including working outside of the home, which is good
because it seems that fathers today are more involved with their children and their activities. Fathers who love, support, and encourage their children are helping
to develop a healthy family, and it is essential that they never discourage their children from confiding in them with their problems. Fathers who spend time with
their families seem to be more at peace with themselves, and families that get along well in good times are most often better able to handle the bad times. It is
easy to become a father, but quite difficult to become a good father, and a good father who loves his family is truly a blessing from God.



I will be a father to you, and you will be My sons and daughters, says the Lord Almighty.
- New K.J.V 2 Corinthians 6:18


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Today In Jay


JACC holds m


The Jay Area Chamber of
Commerce met Monday, June
4, 2007, at the Jay Community
Center, 12 noon.
Mark Autrey gave the
invocation, and all remained
standing for the Pledge of
Allegiance.
After lunch President
Mike Digmon brought the
meeting to order. He thanked
Burlin Findley, owner of the
Wild Boar, for catering lunch.
The chamber paid for the
meal.
Dave Brewster, owner of
Environmental & Personal
Health Products, was intro-
duced.
Minutes and treasurer's
report were approved. There
was no guest speaker today.
Digmon stated that mem-
bership letters for dues were
already sent out.


Brenda Gabbert gave the
report form the Nomination
Committee for names and
election of officers. No names
were nominated from the
floor. Mark Autrey, owner of
Autrey's Supply, volunteered
to pay for lunch for the July
Chamber meeting.
Since no nominations
were made from those present,
everyone accepted the names
recommended by the
Nomination Committee, with
the approval of those said
named. New officers for the
Jay Area Chamber of
Commerce are Mike
Hutchins, president; Jodi
Butler, vice president; Shirley
Raney, secretary; and Becky
Prescott, treasurer. All were
installed as the new officers.
Members discussed the
upcoming 4th of July event at


American Legion News


! The American Legion
Edeker-Dubose Post 121 of
Jay and its Auxiliary Unit 121,
held their regular monthly
meetings on Monday, June 4,
at 7 p.m. at the Legion Post.
Election of Officers was
the main goal of the meetings
this month. Installation of
Officers will be held after the
State Convention, which will
be held this July in Orlando,
FL.
New Legions officers will
be Gene Gabbert, commander;


Jack Bragg, vice Commander;
Bill Patrick, financial secre-
tary; and Adjutant, Wieland
Atchison.
New Auxiliary officers
will be Brenda Gabbert,
President; Charline Warrick,
Vice-President; Polly
Atchison, Secretary; Wanda
Garrison, treasurer; and Rose
Emmett as Sergeant-At-Arms.
These new officers will
not take their positions until
they are installed at the State
Convention.


meeting
Bray-Hendricks City Park. All
that was known at the time
was that there will be a tennis
tournament to benefit the
Diabetes Association, 5K Run,
and the Town of Jay's fire-
works after dark. Donna
Tucker, Exec. Director of the
SRC Chamber of Commerce,
asked Brenda Gabbert to con-
tact her about any other activi-
ties slated for Jay's 4th of July.
People were calling her and
wanting to find out what else
was happening.
Next meeting for the
chamber will be held Monday,
July 9, (later due to the 4th of
July).
The SRC Emergency
Operations meeting was set to
meet on Thursday, June 7 at 2
p.m. Mike Hutchins will be
the Chamber's contact person.
Meeting adjourned.

Jay announces

celebration for

Fourth of July
Jay will celebrate the 4th
of July at Bray-Hendricks City
Park beginning at 4 p.m. with
music at the pavilion.
A softball tournament,
Tennis tournament, and a 5K
run that will begin at 5 p.m.
More information will be
forthcoming. Call Jay City
Hall at 850.675.4556 for more
information.


Sacred Heart senior program


announces new free seminars


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Sacred Heart Hospital's
Senior Service's program will
present a free seminar on hand
pain and arthritis on Thursday,
Jpne 14 from 12 - 1 p.m. in the
Rehabilitation Center at
Sacred Heart Medical Park in
Pace.
The seminar will present-
ed by Mary Randell, an occu-
pational therapist and certified
hand therapist- with Sacred
Heart Rehabilitation Clinic in
Pace. The seminar will help
attendees understand the signs
and symptoms of arthritis in
the hand, including
osteoarthritis and rheumatoid
arthritis, as well as treatment
and rehabilitation techniques.
; According to.the Arthritis
Foundation, arthritis affects.
nearly 46 million adults and
300,000 children in America
alone. Arthritis-related joint
problems include pain, stiff-
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MARKET


RECAP

A look at the
,futures market

Comex Gold Futures
crept higher last week, but fell
short of the recently held $620
'an ounce mark. February Gold
rose to $609.40 on Monday,
.mostly due to market condi-
tions consistent with solid
physical demand and thin vol-
ume trading. Some knee-jerk
action in the oil sector allowed
gold prices to fluctuate during
the day, and traders noted that
long gold positions would be
scarce as long as volatility
remained a .factor. February
Gold opened slightly higher
on Tuesday and managed to
gain some momentum in the
day, reaching $615 at close.
Short covering led the gains,
as well as the consensus on the
floor that oil's unsteady trajec-
tory would set gold's price
course near-term. With crude
oil prices drawing a choppy
path, strength in the U.S. dol-
lar undercut gold prices on
Wednesday, as February Gold
closed down at $613.40.
Analysts commented that an
improved U.S. economic out-
look, owing to a firm labor
market, a recovering housing


age to joint and surrounding
structures. This damage can
lead to joint weakness, insta-
bility and visible deformities
that, depending on the loca-
tion of joint involvement, can
interfere with the most basic
daily tasks such as walking,
climbing stairs, using a com-
puter keyboard, cutting food
or brushing teeth.
Registration .-is-required--
and seating is limited. To reg-
ister, call (850) 416-1620 or 1-
877-416-1620.
Sacred Heart SENIOR
Spirit is a free program for
persons 55 and older. Benefits
include free screenings, semi-
nars, special in-patient bene-
fits such as a free daily guest
meal ticket and newspaper
delivery, a monthly calendar
of events detailing all
SENIORSpirit events, and a
quarterly newsletter contain-
ing health and event informa-


Sacred Heart Hospital's
Senior Services' program will
present a free seminar entitled
"Long-Term Care: Planning
Your Future, Protecting Your
Family" in Pensacola on
Thursday, June 21, from 9:30
to 11:30 a.m. at Sacred Heart
Home Care, 213 E. Wright St.
The seminar will discuss
-the real costs of long-term'
care, including in-home and
nursing home care, as well as
options available to help pro-
tect your retirement savings
and your family. The speaker
will be Joan Connell, RN,
LTCP, CSA, of Mainstay
Financial Group in Gulf
Breeze.
Registration is required
and seating is limited. To reg-
ister, call (850) 416-1620 or 1-
877-416-1620. Sacred Heart
SENIORSpirit is 'a free pro-
gram for 55 and older.


Women's Services. As a woman, you stay on-the-go with housework,
homework, work-work, and little helpers. That's why we have created
a whole family of women's health services just for you at Santa Rosa
Medical Center - services that you can quickly and conveniently access
as you need them.

By design, our range of women's services are comprehensive and include
everything from routine mammograms to breast biopsies to obstetrics to
urogynecology to reconstructive surgery and much more.

Our goal is to help you stay healthy so you can keep doing all those things
you want and need to do. Come see why Santa Rosa Medical Center is a
good choice for you and your family's healthcare needs.





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Dr. I R. Lester, Santa Rosa Family Dentistry in Gulf Breeze is pleased to
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native, Dr. Quinlan graduated from Santa Fe Community College in
Gainesville as a dental hygienist and practiced in the Fort Walton area before
returning to complete his pre-dental education at the University of West
Florida. He is a recent graduate of the Indiana University School of Dentistry,
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101 East Garden Street Pensacola florida 32501
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Santa Rosa farmers will find a lot of interest in this week's

market and better-than-expected manufacturing figures,
had bolstered the currency and deflated buying-inspired
strength Gold Futures. Nevertheless, some traders expect-
ed Gold Futures to hold the line around $615 and gradu-
ally return to the $640 range.
Crude Oil Futures plunged to below $52 a barrel last
week, despite underlying support from various news sto-
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Europe via Belarus. While Russian President Vladimir
Putin stole headlines, OPEC continued talks of produc-
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promise to reduce output. Yet traders ignored the bullish
signals and engaged in heavy selling ahead of the
Goldman Sachs Commodities Index rolling of contracts
(sell February, buy March). Tuesday, front month
February Crude Oil slipped to $55.64, as traders became
more and more convinced that the Belarus-Russia dispute
would fizzle and that OPEC's calls would be ineffective.
Additional pressure stemmed from weather forecasts
calling for mild winter temperatures in the Northeast.
Crude Oil Futures dropped to $54.02 midweek, as
weather concerns outweighed OPEC's appeals to tighten
supplies, especially as traders made the connection
between announcements and 'inaction'. The negative
theme was enhanced by bearish inventory data released
on Thursday, and February Crude Oil fell to new contract
lows below $52.
Overall commodity weakness weighted on the corn
market early last week, ahead of Friday's highly-antici-
pated USDA report. Corn Futures settled lower Monday,
with nearby March corn dropping to $3.631/2 on Tuesday,
mirroring the downtrend in the energy sector.
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June 9, 2007
Section B


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Drew Cumberland (left) and Caleb Gindl (right) endured the longest days of their lives on Thursday as they watched computer screens to see who had selected them in the Major League Baseball Entry
Draft. Cumberland's day would end just before 4:30 p.m. when he was selected by the San Diego Padres with the 46th overall pick of the draft, while Gindl waited nearly three more hours later before
he was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers with the 161st pick overall in the fifth round.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin




The Pace run on day one


Cumberland and Gindl survive the long
waits and get picked in the MLB Entry Draft


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
History was made
Thursday in. Santa Rosa
County as two Pace Patriots
were taken in the Major
League Baseball entry draft's
first day.
Shortstop Drew
Cumberland was taken in the
supplemental first round, bet-
ter known as the sandwich
round, by the San Diego
Padres with the 46th overall
pick.
Cumberland and team-
mate Caleb GindI started the
waiting game at 1 p.m. local
time.
As Cumberland took his
call at 4:37 p.m. he learned the
Padres had selected him,
Gindl still had another three
plus hour ahead of him before
he was selected by the
Milwaukee Brewers in the
fifth round with the 161st
overall pick.
"I was getting a little tense
watching the picks on the
Internet," said Cumberland,
who became the highest play-
er selected in Pace history. "I
was expecting to go a little bit
higher, but it is all good.
"I remember playing in
the East Coach Sho,,,c.-e for


Avg.
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Drew Cumberland
Pace High School
Shortstop
Selected by the San Diego Padres

RBI 2B 3B SB
22 9 1 19




Caleb Gindl
Pace High School
Pitcher/Outfielder
Selected by the Milwaukee Brewers


W L K's ERA Avg. HR
9 1 101 .732 .508 4
Padres area scout Bob Filotei
and I wore a Padres uniform in
that game."
Cumberland was the first
number one selection from the
Emerald Coast since Travis
Fryman was drafted in the first
round back in 1987.
He also sets a new stan-
dard for the highest Patriot
selected as the previous mark
was when Thad Busby was
selected in the fourth round by


RBI 2B 3B


25 6 2 12
the Toronto Blue Jays, but
Busby opted for a college
football career at Florida State
University.
Drew becomes the second
Cumberland to be selected as
his brother Shawn, who is now
playing. with the Montgomery
Biscuits, was selected in the
10th round, by the Tampa Bay
Devil Rays back in 2003.
"I come from a baseball
See, DRAFT, Page 4B


Drew Cumberland gets a kiss from his mother, Donna, to congratulate him on being selected by the
San Diego Padres in the first round of the Major League Baseball Entry Draft on Thursday.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Land released


by the Pelicans


By BILL G %\MIl.IN
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Monday was a la.- former
Milton standout Josh Land
would rather fr- 1l.
Two years removed from
being drafted in the Major
League Baseball nIrr, Draft,
Land is now looking for work
after being released by the
Pensacola Pelicans.
"I am doing fine," said
Land, who finished his career
at ji .a'.:..a Walton College
before joining the Twins in
2005. "Right now I am just
trying to i.-uI.: out stuff and
try to find out what is going
on.


"My agent is calling
around to see what is available
for me."
In 12 games for the
Pelicans Land was batting
.073 with three runs, three
hits, one double, one triple,
and four RBIs.
"I will admit I was strug-
gling and that I wasn't execut-
ing at the plate, but I didn't see
this coming," said Land. "I
just couldn't get enough bats
in a row to work my way out
of it."
The entire Pelican team
has been struggling since the
start of the season as they have
See, LAND, Page 4B


Milton standout Josh Land is seen working out with the Pelicans
during spring training. On Monday, he was released by the
Pelicans who were mired in an offensive slump and last in the
American Association Southern Division.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Lasseter and Gindl

finish as runners-up


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Two Pace athletes came
close to leaving their
mark on the state of
Florida before leaving
to bigger pastures in
their careers.
With Tuesday's
announcement of Mr.
Baseball and Miss
Softball by the Florida
Dairy Farmers two
Pace seniors finished
a strong second.
Pace first baseman Las
Kalin Lasseter fin-
ished second to Port Orange
Spruce Creek's Kelsi Dunne
for the honor of Miss Softball,


while Caleb Gind finished sec-
ond in the voting for Mr.
Baseball to Michael Main of
Deland High School.
Main, a pitcher
and member of the
USA Junior Olympic
Team, was taken
24th overall in
Thursday's First
Round of the Major
' League Baseball
.^ Entry Draft, while
Gindl was taken
161st by the
sseter Milwaukee Brewers.
In the balloting
for Miss Softball, Dunne
received 12 of the 15 first
See, HONORS, Page 4B


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Santa....R...a..s.Press Gaz.ette" l ' "SatIArday-JuIIIIell9ll82007'


DEI's new team leader


7 Truex, Jr. cements leadership role with Dover victory


i4O ..i,


June 9
NEXTEL Cup Practice - SPEED @ 9 a.m.
Busch Series Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
Federated Auto Parts 300 - ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
ARCA Pocono 200 - SPEED @ 7 p.m.
June 10
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 10 a.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live! - TNT @ 11:30 a.m.
TNT Countdown to Green - TNT @ 12:30 p.m.
NASCAR Pocono 500 - TNT @ 1 p.m.
June 15
NEXTEL Cup Practie - SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
NASCAR Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
Busch Series Practice - ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
ARCA 200 - SPEED @ 4 p.m.
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
June 16
Craftsman Truck Series Setup - SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
Truck Series Michigan 200 - SPEED @ 2 p.m.
Busch Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - SPEED @ 6 p.m.
NASCAR Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 7 p.m.
Busch Series Meijer 300 - ESPN2 @ 7:30 p.m.
June 17
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live ! - TNT @ 11:30 a.m.
TNT Countdown to Green - TNT @ 12:30 p.m.
NASCAR Citizens Bank 400 - TNT @ 1 p.m.


ThE NEXT LAp


June 16
Sparta, Ky.
Meijer
300


June 16
Brooklyn, Mi.
Michigan
200


J1
Broc


une 15
oklyn, Ml.
ARCA
200


NASCAR's Bill


France, J
NASCAR Vice Chairman
William C. France, whose lead-
ership helped turn a family-
owned company into a national
phenomenon, died Monday at
his home in Daytona Beach, Fla.
at the age of 74.
France served as
NASCAR's president from
1972-2000, taking over from his
father, NASCAR founder
William H.G. "Big Bill" France.
In 2000, France - known as
"Bill Jr." - became NASCAR's
CEO and the Chairman of the
newly created NASCAR Board
of Directors.
In October 2003, the torch
was again passed, with France's
son Brian France taking over as
Chairman and CEO. France
became Vice Chairman at that
time, whereupon his influence
and input remained considerable
- and valuable.
"He had a remarkable
career and an even more
remarkable life," said Brian
France. "Words cannot express
how much he'll be missed by


RidiNq TIhe


Bubble

Driver Johnny Sauter
Owner Gene Hass
Points: 1028
Points out of 34th: 17
Points ahead of 36th: 86
Place Owner
33 Robert Yates
34 Robert Yates
35 Gene Hass
36 James Rocco
37 Bill Davis
38 Dietrich Mateschitz


r. passes
myself and the rest of our fami-
ly and by the NASCAR industry
overall."
Mike Helton became
NASCAR's president in 2000.
He was the third president in the
sport's history and the first not
named France.
"Coming in, I had two big
pairs of shoes to fill," Helton
said, talking about Bill Sr. and
Bill Jr. "I was more familiar with
Bill Jr.'s way of doing business
but that didn't make it any easi-
er. He blazed so many trails for
our sport. He was determined to
follow the vision of his father
while also expanding on that
vision. Over nearly four
decades, he did a masterful job."
France is survived by his
wife Betty Jane France,
NASCAR's assistant secretary;
his son Brian; daughter Lesa
France Kennedy, NASCAR's
vice president and assistant
treasurer; his brother James C.
France, NASCAR's vice chair-
man and executive vice presi-
dent; and three grandchildren.


Johnny Sauter
Driver Points
David Gilliland 1062
Ricky Rudd 1045
Johnny Sauter 1028
Scott Riggs 942
Dave Blaney 895
Brian Vickers 848


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Martin Truex, Jr., enjoyed
a little home cooking more
than you can imagine on
Monday.
And now he plans on doing
some cooking of his own as he
looks at becoming the new
leader at Dale Earnhardt, Inc.,
as Dale Earnhardt, Jr., has
made it known this will be the
last season he drives for the
team founded by his late father.
Monday's win will defi-
nately help the driver of the
Bass Pro Shops Chevy in get-
ting out from behind the image
cast by Little E, as will his
departure.
"Well, I think it will kind
of put me a little bit more in the
limelight or spotlight, so to
speak," said Truex. "I think I'll
have more opportunities with
some sponsors coming into
DEI working with me instead
of everybody wanting to come
here and work with Dale, Jr.
"It's kind of been a little
difficult at times playing sec-
ond fiddle to him. So in that
aspect, it will open some doors
for me, give me some new
opportunities, which I look for-
ward to."
Despite Truex following
Dale Jr.'s footsteps in the
NASCAR Busch Series and
then moving up to take over the
vacated ride at DEI, Truex and
Dale Jr., don't let business get
in the way of their friendship.
"We haven't talked about
him leaving a bit," admitted
Truex, who grew up a couple
of hours away from Dover in
Mayetta, N.J. "I actually spent
quite a bit of time around him
since then and its kind of one
of those things we don't talk
about.


"Business is business.
We're great friends. We'll con-
tinue to be. We don't really for
some reason talk about it."
Since Dale's announce-
ment nothing has changed at
DEI.
"Not really much has
changed," said Truex. "We're
still going ahead with all our
plans, trying to make every


Martin Truex, Jr. is looking forward to the role of leader at DEI
next season and took a big step Monday with his first NEXTEL Cup
win at Dover.


department of the company
stronger, trying to get our
engines better, trying to get our
engineering program better."
But what does Truex think
about his friend and mentor
Little E leaving DEI?
"You know, I really don't
think it effects me. Obviously
I think it will open some doors


After Autism Speaks 400 After Dover 200


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


Behind
Leader
-152
-190
-217
-355
-475
-486
-534
-541
-588


Driver
1. Carl Edwards
2. Kevin Harvick
3. Dave Blaney
4. Matt Kenseth
5. David Reutimann
6. Regan Smith
7. Casey Mears
8. Marcus Ambrose
9. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
10. Jeff Burton


Behind
Leader 1.
-472 2.
-672 3.
-679 4.
-759 5.
-792 6.
-808 7.
-817 8.
-820 9.
'-824 10.


for me here at DEI. It will kind
of put me a little bit more as a
team leader, kind of being the
number one guy right now
depending on who our team-
mate is next year.
"I'm going out there,
working hard, trying to get
better each week."
During his two years in


After AAA Insurance 200


Driver
Mike Skinner
Ron Hornaday
Todd Bodine
Ted Musgrave
Rick Crawford
Travis Kvapil
Johnny Benson
Jack Sprague
Aaron Fike
Matt Crafton


Behind
Leader
-77
-196
-241
-259
-270
-318
-324
-378
-391


After Prairie Meadown 250
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Justin Allgaier -115
3. Bobby Gerhart -130
4. Dexter Bean -195
5. Michael McDowell -265
5. Phillip McGilton -265
7. Justin South -275
8. Justin Marks -415
9. Patrick Sheltra -515
10. Bryan Silas -545


June 17
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Michigan
400


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


the Busch Series, Truex col-
lected 12 wins and two series
titles, just like his more well
known teammate Dale Jr.
So what are DEI's plans to
put Truex out in the forefront
and make him a lead driver?
"We are working on that,"
said Truex. "We've kind of
touched on it a little bit. We
have talked about some stuff
for the future, ways we can get
my name out there and get
DEI associated with some
great companies for the
future."
Despite not being an
Earnhardt, Truex, feels com-
fortable about taking on the
role as a leader at DEI.
"We've got some great,
great people all around here at
DEI," said Truex, who was the
sixth Busch Series driver to
win the title in his rookie cam-
paign. "I've always been
behind all of them. They've
always been behind me. That's
one of the things that I've
been so proud about since I
started here, was since day
one, nobody knew me here;
they treated me like family,
stood behind me a hundred
percent. That's never changed.
No matter if we run 20th or
contending for wins, that's not
changed.
"I've always stood behind
all these guys. I like to pat
them on the back, I like to tell
them how good they are when
they do a good job."
One place Truex and DEI
have both grown is the success
with the Car of Tomorrow,
something he proved he was
more than comfortable with as
he had built a six plus second
lead over Ryan Newman by
the end of Monday's race.
"I am very comfortable in
that car," said Truex. "It drives
a little bit different than what
we're use to, but not a whole
lot. The biggest thing on that
car is making it turn good. It is
hard to do because they limit
the front travel.
"Here the challenge was
getting in the corner because
the car really falls down in the
front."


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Sports


Sports


East Milton Softhatll
League; East Milton Sports'
Association will be conduct-
ing sign up for an .iduil ,.oi=
ball leagues.
Seasons are ', **-C
planned for adult mieln and
co-ed leagues,
A coaches mleefil.g . >e1 l
for June 112
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league , ,i .. ii , . i 27
1687 tof visit \ll, a t'1
ir.l. b \ I.llo !,!.!. _..m .

I 1 ... .i . ,J tnitor r ,, . .. .. ii
be hohsinr a volley ail ;aoip
June 11 14 at the Milton

ThiNs ....ui will be led by
PJC H-lead Coih P, . Perni
\ . .. "* - 'I.. H-ead Coach
i L- Laid anid 'i ' players.
Fot yVour registration ee
you '.. :' .,' individual
inystrueion, camp T-shirt,
caimp notebook, and a camp
DVD ,,f the participant per-
.111 .
I l- camp will run from
ai a.m, to noon each day at
i ,, i. iin Campus of PJC in
the Ed Johnson Building.
For more information on
this camp or to register your
young person, you can call
PJC at 484-1344.
Futbol Santa Rosa soc-
cer skills clinic: Futbol Club
Santa Rosa Director of
Coaching, Louie Sahin, is
Lonidtklin.: a foot skills clin-
ic.
Camp for ages U8-U13 is
June 11 through 14; U14-
U18 is June 15 through June
18: and a second session for
both age groups July 23
iir,1ugli July 26.
Time for the camp will
be from 9 a.m. to noon
except for the U14-U18 sec-
ond session, which will run
from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
A fee is associated with
this camp.
For more information call
850-292-0790.
Jay summer hoops
camp: Jay High School will
be holding a summer basket-
ball camp for boys and girls
in grades one through five.
The camp will be held in
the school gym June 11-14
from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
This camp will stress
fundamentals and team play.


!a ithpihyei' will he put into
their , . c-iii for greater
ihprioVl ,en. Director of the
imp is irJay Coach Lance

For more information or
to riciter for the camp call
i,. ii-Ih School at 675-4507.
!'aLe ,thi.,all clink: The
Puc Lady Patriots will have
d! ',ib ill skills clinic June 11
,,..,,r Ii 14 at the Santa Rosa
Sport.sPlex on Chumuckla
Ill.hi-, .
The clinic is for girls and
il run from 8:30 a.m. to
noon each day.
Skills to be worked on
during the clinic will be hit-
ting, fielding, base running
and other key fundamentals
for ages 9-14.
For more information on
this clinic please contact Pace
High School at 995-3600
Pace Tennis Camp: Pace
High Tennis will hold a camp
this summer. This came will
run through June 8 and from
June 11 through June 15. The
camp is broken down into
three sessions.
The a.m. session is from
7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.; the
day session is from 9:45 a.m.
to 11:45 a.m.; and the
evening session is from 5:30
p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
For more information on
this camp call 686-1600.
Russell Golf Tourney
June 15: The seventh annual
Bennett and Kathy Russell
memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament will be held June
15 at the Moors Golf Club.
Two four-person sessions
will be held.
Lunch will be provided
along with gift bag and other
goodies.
For more information call
983-5006.
F.C. Santa Rosa
_ryouts: Futbol Club Santa
RQsa will be holding tryouts
and registration for the U10-
U12 Academy and U13 and
above Select programs.
Tryouts Will be held Juniie"11'"
and 12 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
These programs are open
to both boys and girls inter-
ested in further developing
their soccer skills. For further
information visit www.fcsan-
tarosa.com.
Milton Quarterback


Club Golf Scramble: The
Milton High School
Quarterback Club will hold a
golf scramble on June 16 at
Stonebrook Golf Club.
Proceeds from this 4-man
scramble will benefit the
Milton High School
Basketball Program in assist-
ing with upcoming camp
cost.
The event will get under-
way at 1 p.m. with a shotgun
start.
For more information
you can contact Murray
Rutledge or Tim Short at
983-5600.
Escambia Christian
Golf Tourney: Escambia
Christian School is holding
the Cliff Jernigan Memorial
Golf Tournament June 16 at
Perdido Bay Golf Club.
Registration will begin at
7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start
at 8:30 a.m.
Awards will follow the
tournament at 1p.m. with the
proceeds from the tourna-
ment helping the Escambia
Christian School.
For more information
contact 469-0344 and for tee
signs and sponsorships call
456-5045.
City of Milton Football:
The City of Milton is holding
football registrations for the
upcoming season.
Registration will contin-
ue until the teams are full at
the Milton Community
Center on Byrom Street.
Football registration is
open to area children ages 5-
14 as of Aug. 1, 2007.
You do not have to bring
a birth certificate for registra-
tion.
For more information
contact the City of Milton at
983-5466.
Patriot Basketball
Camp: Patriot Boys
Basketball camp is set for
July 9 through July 12.
This camp is for kids
ages right through 14 for the
upcoming'school year.
Special appearances are
expected from former
Patriots Brett Swanson,
Jacob Hazouri, and Brad
Skipper.
Campers are urged to
bring a water battle, comfort-
able basketball shoes, and


wear t-shirt and shorts.
This camp will cover
fundamentals and other drills
under the direction of Pace
Coach Carl Pippin.
For more information
call 994-3600 ext. 1158
Milton Panther
Baseball Camp: The Milton
Panther Baseball program
will be conducting two youth
.camps for players ages 7 to
14.
Camp will be held July
10, 11, and 12 at Milton
High School.
The camp will run from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day
and will cover fundamentals
of hitting, fielding, and
throwing along with situa-
tional play ahd base running.
Camp instructors will be
the Milton High staff and
players.
For more information
call 983-5600.
Pace Volleyball Camp:
Pace High will hold a youth
volleyball camp from July
16 through July 19.
This camp is for students
in fifth through ninth grade.
The camp will be held
from 8 a.m. to noon each
day.
For more information on
this camp call Pace High
School at 994-3600.
Pace Football Camps:
Patriot Football Camp is
slated for July 24 through
July 26.
This camp for students
ages seven to 14 will held
from 9 a.m. to noon each
day.
A ninth grade football
camp will be held from July
23 through July 26 from 3
p.m. to 6 p.m.
For more information
contact Pace High at 994-
3600.
Lady Patriot Basketball
Camp: Pace Lady Patriot
Basketball Camp is sched-
uled for July 30' 'through
Aug. 3.
The camp will"be held
from 8 a.m. to noon.
This camp will cover
fundamentals and other drills
under the direction of Pace
Coach Jenny Condon.
For more information
contact Coach Condon at the
high school or call 516-3670.


Derrick Brooks to be


honored by the PSA


The Pensacola Sports
Association (PSA) will join
with the City of Pensacola and
Escambia County to honor
Tampa Bay Buccaneers star
and Pensacola native Derrick
Brooks as the fourth inductee
to the City of Champions Wall
of Fame exhibit at Pensacola
Regional Airport.
The "larger than life-size"
exhibit will be unveiled at a
banquet on June 28th at the
Pensacola Civic Center, start-
ing at 6:00 PM. The evening
will include dinner, celebrity
guests and a video tribute to
Derrick. Festivities will cul-
minate in an unveiling of his
brand-new portion of the Wall
of Fame. Proceeds from the
event will benefit Derrick
Brooks Charities, Inc and the
Pensacola Sports Association.
Tickets are available now
and are $5 for general admis-
sion seats to watch the festivi-
ties, available ONLY at the
Pensacola Civic Center. $50
general admission dinner tick-
ets, corporate tables, and
group tables are available
through the Pensacola Sports
Association by visiting
www.PensacolaSports.com,
calling 850-434-2800, or stop-
ping by the office, located at
101 West Main Street in
downtown Pensacola.
The Wall of Fame exhibit
opened in 2003, and features 3
Pensacola athletes: Don
Sutton, Emmitt Smith, and
Roy Jones Jr. Mr. Brooks will
be the first one added to the


wall since these initial hon-
orees. The purpose of the Wall
of Fame is to celebrate the
community's elite sports leg-
ends, to serve as an education-
al tool to help build character,
self-esteem and role models
for youngsters and to enhance
the image of the Pensacola
area for tourism and economic
development purposes.
The mission of Derrick
Brooks Charities, Inc., is to
provide educational opportu-
nities for socio-economically
challenged youth that will
instill, inspire, broaden, and
develop cultural and social
vision outside of the walls in
which they live to ensure that
these young people have every
chance to develop into the
strong and productive leaders
of tomorrow.
For more information,
v i s * i t
www.PensacolaSports.com or
call 850-434-2800.


FWC offers the public some

unique hunting opportunities


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is offering
sportsmen some unique hunting
opportunities for the coming sea-
son.
The FWC is providing
sportsmen "mobility-impaired
hunts, supervised youth hunts,
family hunts, quail hunts and
track vehicle and airboat hunts on
wildlife management areas
(WMAs).
Worksheets are available
from FWC regional offices and at
MyFWC.com/hunting under
"Limited Entry Hunts." The peri-
od for submitting applications to
be included in the random draw-
ing is 10 a.m. (EDT) June 19 -
July 6. These applications may be
submitted through the Internet, at
tax collector offices or at any
license agent. Applications are no
longer accepted by mail.
Mobility-impaired hunts are
for persons who require special
equipment. These hunts are not
intended for hunters who have
Florida Disabled Person Hunting
and Fishing Certificates, but
rather those who are permanently
confined to a wheelchair, persons
who require the use of mechani-
cal aids (crutches and walkers) to
walk or those with complete sin-
gle-leg amputations.
Another unique hunt is for
hunters 8-15 years old.
Two WMAs in the North
Central Region (Camp Blanding


and Andrews) offer opportunities
for non-hunting adults to super-
vise young hunters on public
hunting areas where the number
of hunters and the hunting areas
are rigidly controlled to provide
an optimum learning experience
and maximum safety. These
hunts are popular, 'and the num-
ber of applicants exc6ds the
number of spaces available each
year.
Family hunts are offered at
Allapattah Flats, Perdido River,
Lafayette Creek, Matanzas,
Andrews, Devil's Hammock and
Dinner Island WMAs.
Applicants age 18 or older may
apply for a permit. The permit
holder is required to bring from
one to two children ages 8-15.
Unlike the youth hunt, the family
hunt allows the adult supervisor
to hunt with the children.
Wildlife management areas
in the southern part of the state
offer hunters an unusual chal-
lenge because of their open-
marsh landscape. Hunting these
areas requires special vehicles,
and the FWC has established
quotas on the number of vehicles
allowed.
Permits to operate track
vehicles on the Rotenberger,
Everglades, Francis S. Taylor and
Holey Land WMAs and permits
to operate airboats on the
Everglades and Francis S. Taylor
WMAs are issued in two random
selections,


S Sx


Southern Raceway
Results
June 2, 2007


UMP Modified Feature: 1.
Michael Porter, 2. Nick
Poole, 3. John Melton, 4.
Wesley Griffin, 5. Leb
Morris.
UMP Modified heat win-
ners: Heat 1: John Melton;
Heat 2: Michael Porter.
Hogg Feature: 1. Robert
Baulkum, 2. Jonathon
Cotton, 3. Al Hardy, 4. Billy
Arntz, 5. Luther Fletcher.
Hogg heat winners: Heat 1:
Robert Baulkum; Heat 2:
Josh Davis.
Street Stock Feature: 1.
Adam Ellison, 2. Damon
Frady, 3. Brandon Harris, 4.
Ronnie Harris, 5. Steve
Kemp.
Street Stock heat winner:
Heat 1: Damon Frady; Heat
2: Adam Ellison.


Vintage Feature: 1. Chris
Bayhi, 2. Tom Lohr, 3. Zach
Howard, 4. Edgar Owens, 5.
Jesse Barnhill.
Vintage heat winners: Heat
1: Tom Lohr; Heat 2: Chris
Bayhi.
Crate Late Model Feature:
1. Jonathon Joiner, 2. John
Melton, 3. Todd Jones, 4.
Rusty Ellis, 5. Isaiah Day.
Crate Late Model Fastest
Qualifer: John Melton.
Hobby Feature: 1. Ryan
Fowler, 2. Ricky Gilmore, 3.
Allen Colley, 4. Joseph
Joiner, 5. Dean Shaw.
Hobby heat winners: Heat
1. Ryan Fowler; Heat 2:
Ricky Gilmore.
Stinger Feature: 1. Gary
Hirman, 2. Shawn Charlton,
3. Robert Garrett, 4. Aaron
Kiannis, 5. James Fox.
Stinger heat winners: Heat
1: Gary Hirman; Heat 2:
James Fox.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


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familyy" said C(umbL rlanrli .
have always been around the
game and love it.
"I an very thankful t,.I mi,
'aretits and everyone h t, has
been a part of helping me get
here. My friends and family
vwere also a big help todayI
because I ,as getting nervous)
and at one point ohou11h tf was
"omne to lose mil mind.-
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Calch GindCl saw a very coim
petitive young man Igo 1( i a
roller coaster ride ' ,illi I si
emotions before he 'vas linilly
selected by thie lh .is 'illh
their fourth pick ove:ill II iHe
draft.
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said Gindl around live 5ko'cloc
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i';I '; l! t O itlp
"(soinll o lit to ilk' e lClmpt
helped 11Cme a ltl l ifl.' od; '" ,said
inldl, "Bout lhe kids al theC
very enld stalrtd asking me
estiois and I sl alrcd ito gtelt

"Ul t I i1 ,, working with
the kids at camps like that. It is
fulln for me.i"
For Gindl, he had an idea
of the clubs who were interest-
ed in him as when it was their
turn to pick in each round he
and his father Steven along
with other family members
would gather in the kitchen to
watch.
And as the rounds went
from the third, to the fourth,
and then to the start of the
fifth, Gindl was resigned to the
fact a pro career might not be
in his future.
Then at 7:18 his cell
phone rang.
"I can't say anythingfor


three minutes," said Gindl as
he got off of his cell phone.
But he walked over to his
computer and said come on
Milwaukee.
While Gindl was watching
the computer. his former high
school coach Charlie Warner
was on his cell phone.
"I1 was coaching a youth
team in a game in Crestview
when my cell phone rang,"
said Warner. "We were on
defense and I was sitting on a
huckelt of baseballs when the
phone rang and I didn't recog-
ni/,c the area code. So I
answered it.
"It was a scout and he
asked me if Gindl really want-
ed to sign. lie told ime they
were looking at picking him in
ihl next 10 picks and then he
told me CCalch has just been
taken f\ '" ll ,I ,, *
'', .... wishes he had
dolic a little bit better job of
Whcdiiling his summer games
as lih hind an idea of what was
to conie.
"I think today is awesome
for both Drew and Caleb,"
said Warner. "These two
played as freshman and I
knew they were special when
they started.
"This past year I have
never seen the scout traffic
these two got. We got phone
calls everyday and everyday
there were different faces
from the same clubs to check
them out."
What could be next?
The road ahead for Gindl
and Cumberland could be very
busy if they sign with their
prospective clubs.
Gindl is expected to sign
his contract with Milwaukee
by Saturday.
"Right now my advisor
and Doug (Reynolds) are out
having dinner and talking
about my contract," said
Gindl. "He is planning on


coming in the mniorning
(Friday) to sign the contract.
Once the contract is
signed he could headed out to
a mini camp as early as
Tuesday or Wednesday.
Gindl could play his rook-
ie ball with the Arizona
(Phoenix) Brewers or the
Helena (Montana) Brewers
depending on iris assignment
following rookie orientation.
If Gindl is promoted to Class
A he could be assigned to the
Brevard County Manatees in
Viera. Fla. Or the West
Virginia Power based in
Charleston, W. Va.
The Brewers Class AA
team is the Huntsville Stars,
.which play with the Mobile
Bay Bears in the Southern
League.
Cumberland, who does
not know when he will sign,
could be assigned to play
rookie ball with the Eugene
(Oregon) Emeralds or the
Peoria (Ariz.) Padres. If he is
assigned to a Class A affiliate
of the Padres he could be play-
ing for the Lake Elsinore
(Calif.) Storm or the Ft.
Wayne (Ind.) Wizards.
San Diego's Class AA
team is the San Antonio
Missions in Texas.
Where do they stand?
Cumberland was the sec-
ond of five supplemental
round picks for the Padres,
who earned them as compen-
sation for losing free agents
during the past off-season.
Drew is reported by MLB
Scouting as one of the fastest
players in the entire. draft is
considered a line-drive hitter
who doesn't project to hit for
much power, though he has
good bat speed.
There are some questions
if he will stay at shortstop or
possibly be moved to second
or the outfield.
During his senior year


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Steven Gindl checks to see just how hard his son Caleb's heart is beating as he anxiously awaits his
selection in Thursday's MLB Entry Draft. Gindl was taken in the fifth round by Milwaukee.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Cumberland batted .517 with
22 RBIs, nine doubles, a
triple, and three home runs.
The biggest stat many
insiders are looking at is the
fact he was successful in 19 of
22 stolen base attempts as
Cumberland is known to get in
scoring position when he gets
on base.
Cumberland and most of
the Padres picks fit the current
mold of the National League
West Division Leaders that
play in PETCO Park.
Most of the Padres are not
so much blessed with an abun-
dance of power, but are guys
who can run, play defense,
and get on base more often
than not.
Despite being selected in
the fifth round by the Brewers,
Gindl, who throws and bats
left handed, was the fourth
selection as Milwaukee for-


feited its second round selec-
tion by signing free agent
pitcher Jeff Suppan.
Milwaukee did not select
a true pitcher on day one, but
the Brewers took notice of his
fastball that has reportedly
topped out at 93 mph, but hits
the plate consistently at 89 to
90 mph.
As a pitcher during his
senior year Gindl complied a
record of 9-1 with a .732 ERA
and registered 101 strikeouts
in 64 innings of work.
At the plate he batted .508
with 25 RBIs, six doubles, two
triples and four home runs.
According to the Brewers
scouts, at 5-foot-9 Gindl is
reminiscent of former
Brewers' lefty Shane Nance
who pitched in 2002 and
2003.
Who else was taken?
Milwaukee took Florida
first baseman Matt LaPorta
with the seventh overall pick.


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They followed that up
with Jonathan Lucroy, a catch-
er from the University of
Louisiana-Lafayette, with the
101st pick and Loyola
Marymount University second
baseman Eric Faris with the
131st pick overall.
San Diego picked eight
players in the first 87 overall
selections.
In the first round the
Padres took Arkansas pitcher
Nick Schmidt with the 23rd
pick.
Among their first 12 picks
San Diego selected a catcher.
a second baseman, two short-
stops, three outfielders, and
five pitchers.
Selected with Cumberlant
in the supplemental round
were James Madison's Keller,
Kulbacki (40th), Oregon
State's Mitch Canham (57th),
Ohio State's Cory Luebkc
(63rd), and Georgia Tech's
Danny Payne (64th).


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Drew Cumberland (center) is surrounded by former teammates, family, and friends as they wonder when they will hear Drew's name
being called out by MLB Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig, as the draft was televised for the first time this year. But everyone would
have to converge on the Cumberland's computer to see the news of his selection by the Padres with the 46th pick.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


selected with the 161st pick in the MLB Entry Draft.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gambli'


Land

Continued From Page One
recorded only their eighth win
of the season by defeating Ft.
Worth 3-2 in 10 innings on
Thursday.
To shake up their roster
Land and pitcher Kyle
Pawelczyk were released as
S - ... Jamie Miller and
Ricardo Cordova have been
brought in.
In his first game with the
Pelicans Wednesday night
Cordova went 4-lor-5 with a
three run homer as the Pelicatns
defeated Ft. Worth 6-4 in what
has amounted to a two glame
wining streak.
Pelicans skipper Mac
Seibert was pleased with
1 , efforts, but things just
didn't work out.
''Jo',li did what wc asked
him to (,) and he worked hmrd,
but i ' didn't work out,"
said . . "He haIs the Ipoten-
tial and if it has just been him
struo-ling I tiink we could
have wa:ilcd.
"Hut a B a dub w.e had o do
sometihini to shale some
thing" ulp ;1]id ',i;i;'l pr fli e,"; .'_;/"


Honors


Continued From Page One
place votes tor 126 points.
while Lasseter got twvo lirst
place votes to finish second
with 77 points.
"It was very exciting to be
selected." said Lasseter. who
will be attending the
University of South Alabama
this fall and playing softball
there. "It is rewarding to know
that all the hard work you put
in is finally paying off.
"Right now I anm focusing
on hai\ ing a good summer and
getting ready for college."
This was the second con-
secutive year for Dunne to win
this honor, but Lassetcr was
not disappointed.
"It is exciting to get all
these honors and it is that time
in my career to get these
ackiiow ledgements," said
Lasseter. "But I am also look-
ing to move on to bigger and
better things."
For Gindl he finished sec-
ond while garnering just one of
the 13 first place votes.
"Today Michael was the
24th pick overall so I guess he


deserved it," said Gindl. "Evei
to be considered and finish i'
the top live is an honor.
"I had no C' ce about thi
untitI I learned 1 \, named th<
5A Player of the Year, which i,
an honor as there were a lot o
5A players from Florida select
ed in today's draft."
With 10 of the 13 firs
place votes. Main had 11
points to Gindl's 76.
In coach of the year votin;
for baseball Pace Coacd
Charlie Warner finished third
while former Jai Head Coaci
Terry' Diamond finished tws
points behind in fourth place.
Taking the top-coaching
honor for hoys ' baseball waI
Dave Whieeler f Orlando
Bishop Moore.
Wheeler received six of
the 13 lirst place votes as he
finished the voting with 93
points.
Todd Vaughln ol
C'learwater Central Catholic
finished second with 69 points
followed by Warner with 62
points and Diamond with 60
points respectively.


Page 4-B


Draft


The Southern Hornets won the 11-year old AA Division of the John Smoltz and Marquiss
Grissom Wooden Bat Classic in Atlanta, Ga. The Hornets went 6-0 in the Tournament. The team
members are (kneeling) Kevon Abrams, Tanner Roberson, Cody Lowe, and Matthew McGowin.
Standing on the back row are Hunter Webster, Devin Canan, Justin Elliot, Colby Sweat, and
Dylan Hart. Coaches of the Hornets atre Roger Lowe and Doug Hart. During the tournament
the Hornets outscored their opponents by a combined score of 31-6.

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S _ 1104_ _ ..... l. I . 1104 I 1__ 1104 -. _ 104I I 1.10.4- -....A- .-. ....1.,4. .meI4
which is Santa Rosa County Locklin, Jones & Saba, P.A. fendant. I will sell to lhe highest - ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
Leg. 5/449 Courthouse 6865 Caroine 6460Justice Avenue aend bst bidder for cash the NORTHWOOD PROPER- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Street, Milton, Florida 32570. Milton, Florida 32570 NORTH FRONT STEPS OF TIES, INC.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The names and addresses of the Telephone: (850) 623-2500 COURTHOUSE at the Santa Plaintiff, h of tha e firs publication
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- personal representative and the County Courthouse, in MILTON, vs. of this Notice is 9 day of June,
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA personal representative's attor- Personal Representative: Florida, at 1:00 a.m. on the KATHERINE DENISE 2007.
ROSA COUNTYFLORIDA ney are set forth below. s/ Donald Jy McCarty 10 day of July, 2007 the fol- BEASLEY AKA KATHERINE
JUVENILE DIVISON Donald Jay McCarty lowina properly as set forth in DENISE SHELTON, deceased, ANNA L. AGEE
CASE NO. 05-DP-144 All creditors of the decedent 12425 Chapel Road said Pnal Judgment, to wit: her unknown heirs, devisees, 4101 Snapper Avenue
and other persons, who have Clifton, Virginia 20124 grantees, judgment creditors, Milton, Florida 32583
IN THE INTEREST OF: claims or demands against SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT A and all other parties claiming Personal Representative
decedent's estate, including un- 060207 by, through, under, or against
B.P. 03/10/1995 matured, contingent or unliqui- 060907 EXHIBIT "A" them; che unknown spouse MARK LEE SMITH, ESQ.
S.P. 12/08/1996 dated claims, and who have 6/561 heirs, devisees, grantees, and MARK LEE SMITH, P.A.
S.P. 12/24/1997 been served copy of this no- A PARCEL OF LAND BEING judgment creditors, and all 224 East Government Street,
A.P. 04/20/2005 ice, must file their claims with ALL OF LOT 11 AND A other parties claimin by, Suite 3
this Court WITHIN THE Leg. 6/555 PORTION OF LOT 10 through under, or against them; Pensacola Florida 32502
MINOR CHILDREN LATER OF THREE (31 PUBLIC NOTICE BLOCK A, BAYOU GRANDE and all unknown natural per- 850-469-1f677 ......
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE SLEO FR T (UNRECORDED) AND BE- sons if alive and if dead or not Florida Bar No. 656690
TO Lyndon James Jr. OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- OF PROPERTY LOCATED IN A POR- known to e dead or alive, Attrney for Personal Represent-
/k/astrop, LA 712d St TION OFT(30S NOTICE OR Notice is hereby given that the TION OF THE NORTHWEST theirs their several and respec- active
Bastrop, LA71221 THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER SNo sCce is h u gien Br of QUARTER OF SECTION 17, five unknown spouses heirs, de-
STHE DATE OF SERVICE OF ana Rosa County Board of TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, visees, grantees, and judgment 060907
Father of S. P., a male A COPY OF THIS NOTICE county Commissioners will re- RANGE 28 WEST, COUNTt creditors, or other parties claim- 061607
child ON THEM. O ceive sealed bids for the pur- OF SANTA ROSA, STATE ing by, through, or under those 6/662
child ON THEM. chase of property located in the OF FLORIDA AND BEGIN unknown natural persons; and
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Allother creditors of the dece- Sana Rosa Count Industrial MORE PARTICULARLY DE- al claimants, persons or parties, LEG. 6/663
SE Ec rs o e - d roximate thre e SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: natural or corporate, or w eose
FED that a Petition under dent and other pers h a tc e a loe a c o eact legal status is unknown, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
a s ed thehT c 's H in ic e on the map available claiming under any f, the FOR SANTA ROSA
above styled Court for the the deceden's usae, Incin he Santo osa county Boord of NORTHEAST CORNER OF above named or described d COUNTY FLORIDA
n on fpant uaturedIcontingent or unliq- Commis
rights of B.P. a mae c d uated c s,must file their County sioners O, fice, SECTION 17 T NORTH heir unknown hers, devees or claiming da 32570. The DIVISION
t Co Houle tourney for P aroline Street Milton T EGR E EST toaveany right ile ort an ese No. 57-2007-CP-e150
born on the 10th day of claims with this Court WITHIN d RIGHT OF WAY /W LINE gment creditors, and all and other persons havin claims
March 1995, n Monroe, THREE E(3 MONTHS AFTER AND ASSUMING THE EAST est in the pro erty described in Division
Louisiana S.ILUREP., a female THE DATresen OF THE FIRST me set for the b LINE OF SAID SECTION AS this compint t, TIM SHELL
bORrn on the 8tSHALL of De- PUBLI/sames DuCATION OF THIS NO-g wll be rejected and re- R/EARING S 05 DISTANCE OF several and respective unknown TH IN RE: ESTATE OF
member 1996, in BstENp, TICE. Dunn ed to industrial/o thea comer 727.53 FEET TO A POINT spouses, heirs, deviseeAMANDAJENNIFER SUZANNE ALLEN
Louisiana, and OS.P. e o De oan s ot e R ONTAINGEDENT CUSP A nIcrE T T









TION FOR TERM NATION ial use price with the hihth THE ARC OF A CURVE exact egal status is unknown dLE nt and other persons havin
day of December 1997, in WILL BE FOREVER BARRED., plya minimum number oenf 50 em- SHELTON,
Monroe, Louisi hana, s the i eces 561 a ' more th penditure THENCE SOUTH 05 DE- Defendants. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Derment ofid Cour and 9 determines such to be n the RADIUS OF 50.00 FEET A to have anyGREES 00' 00"EAST









De So1eath rof CThis nd INR THE SAIN GIT CROURA bsinexess o 175% 1 SAID EAST LINEOB A NOTICE OF A c TI ON The administration of the estateOF
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CLERK OF COURT BCTUDISFLONID PRO Each biddo r wle a min- AONG A43I DEAGSNEE YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- ALL CLAd MS NOT FILED
subsequent adoption, and ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED a ge w age rate as DISTANCE OF 1755.60 TO: KATHERIN DENISE ofJennifer Suzanne Allen, do-
you are hereby ommn- TW YEARS OR MORE statedby Enterprise Florida FEET THENCE NORTH 73 D BEASLEY AKA KATBlocHERIk 3NE ceased, wGardedahoseledate Sub EVER BARRdeatED.
edtoe an eare-h to waivDECEDENT'Se informaties in DIEGEE 48' 30' WESTANCE OF ublic recordNISE SHELano Rosa ABOVEugust 27, ANY C2005LAIM FILED
fore the Honorable Marc DEATH IS BARRED. bi ha i determines tobe n T T AY AN2569.51deceased) and Ang in the ircuitouARR for
Circut Court in and far he date he irstblMcCa ion mail to the Santere Roso County WITH T HE CENTERLNE OF LINE BEASLEY Kainst you a vision the address of which is
Santa Rosa County, Flor- of this Notice is June 2, 2007. Procurement Department, 6495 A PAVED COUNTY ROAD INGSWORTH (deceased), 6865 Caroline Street Milton
ida, at the Santa Rosa Caroline Street Suite G, Milton, (50' R/W; THENCE NORTH their unknown heirs, devisees, Florida 32570. The nlmes and
County Court House a- Attorney for Personal Represen ord ach dder maknd must be r 48 DEGREES 31'26" WEST grantee os, judgment creditors, addresses of the persona rpre


























Canta Rosa f on Florida awarded lved bv 10 am, JuI 3,e A DISTANCE OF 180 FEET Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- Attorney for Personal Represent-
cated at 6865 Caroline native: 2 rn which thirdy il ALONG SAID CENTERLINE and all other parties claimin tentative and the personal



























Suite N Millo Florida of Fhe bE e L ThEe pur THE RIGHT OF WAY OF StreetI Pensacol Flow i so evin D. Nelson, Es . of
e nave aorne are e County at the Countys sole dis CURVE A DISTANCE OF1257.39 by through, under, or againinti representative's aouth Sp orny are set
June, 2007 , at 9:00 a.m. SUZANNE N. WHIBBS, ES- interested parties re invited to FET TO AN INTERSECTION them; (he u nknow n sus forth below.
You must either appear UIREow ce 38.63 FEET; SAID CURVE orne or immediates, an All creditors of the decedent
an the date and at the Floriorda Bar No. 0122777 attend RIGHT OF WAY (R/ LINE judgment creditors, an a all and otherpersons having claims
iBeN spdorseo t o, Foria NOF LODGEPOLE O RIVE other parties cAaimin by, or demands against decenive:s






























FIEn NO.007oCPs000052 noie s" id servd 7 G S 0' 0" E DATED on May 24, 2007 roa" ee nav
Court iore to that time. Telephone:1 850)oid , '- :iinlylabeled "BID - SALE HiE NCE SOUTH 39 DE- and a.l unknown natural per- notice is required to served
RE ESTATEOF ROPERTY" Bids received 3340" WEST sons ifalive and if dead or not must file their claims with this
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR Personal Reresentative: OF er eLO the timT S 11 AND 12ORTHENCE As Clerk of the dead or alive, their co rt WTHIN THE LATER OF
OR RESPOND SHALL BE /s/James R. Dunn dneR/W LINE A DISTANCE OF several and respective unknown THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
TREATED AS A CONSENT James R. Dunn turned unopened to the bidder 727.53 FEET TO A POINT spouses, heirs,T COUevsees, grant- TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICA






























Deceased. TH AOTE O OS30 DVe R Leg. 6/558 DOnTH nERAONE TOE :Dm' rkri 060907
NOTICE TO TERMINATION OF A- 10453 Triple Crown Drive Santa Rosa Couny will retain OF NON-TANGENT CUSP es, an jugmentcreditors,r TION OF THS NOTICE OR 30
The administration of U Aphhe estate IN AND FOR SANTA AT THE SOUTHEAST COR- other parties claiming by, DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SHALL PERMANENTLY the ri of first refuse in the NER LOT 9 BLOCK A through, or under those un SERVICE OF A COPY O THIS
OSEALL LEGLR INT 0 eventhe roey is sought to OF UNRECORDED SUBDIVI- known natural persons; and all NOTICE ON THEM.
AS A PARENT TO THE 060907 be sold. Santo Rosa County re- SION PLAT OF BAYOU clnimants persons or parties,
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- 60 serves the right to negotiate a GRANDE; THENCE ALONG natural or corporate, or whose All other creditors of the dece-
TION FOR TERMlINATION hiher sales price withhe high- THE ARC OF A CURVE exact legal status is unknown, dent and other persons having






























is pending in the Circuit Court claims or demands ainst CASE NO.: 06 0186 CA 01 DER SOUTHWESTERLY,
TOF PARENTAERMIGHTS N uesi responsive bidder. Santa CONCAVE TO THE EAST A claiming under any of the claims or demands against

for anta Rosa Coun orida decked's ae mureserves the file heir WESTANCE OF 97.21 FEET above named or described d- decedent's estate must fCOe heir
WProbatNESS my haDivision, d as the g. 561 TH t b SAD CURVE HAVING A fendans or parties or claiming claims with this court WITHIN 3
Cerk of said Court and Iin the RADIUS OF 50.00 FEET A to have any right, title, or inter- MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
the Seal thereof this 22nd IN TH CIRCUI T COURT best interest of Santa Rosa CENTRAL ANGLE OF 1i1 est in the properly described in THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF














theeoEs22 d N TCPUCATO OF OMA BONt IN THE CIRCUIT COURT o uy.P-42
day of May, 207. FOR SANTA ROSA D BEGGREES 23'40", AND this complaint, THIS NOTICE.
COUNTY FLORIDA PRO Each bidder will submit a min ALONG CHORD BEARING
CLERK OF COURT BATE DI ISION POO ND RV NG SOUTH 43 DEGREES YOU ARE NOTIFIED that n ac- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, File No. 57200C148 mum of $500.00 earnest 48'33" WEST A DISTANCE tion toforeclose a mortgage on WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
































Dvis ion U P ANY PERSON CLAIMING wil led
FLORWe Deliver & Install OTWITHSTA money deposit which will beDING OF 82.61 FEET TO A POINT the followingNproperty in onta SET FORTH IN SECTION
CIRCUIT COURT SEALde non refundable should such bid- BEING THE COMMON Rosa Cunty,O CREda: 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
By: Lisa ug tineTaylor IN RE: ESTATE OF der be awarded the purchase CORNER OF LOTS 10 AND PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
Deputy Clerk da f The deosi will be credited 11 THENCE NORTH 82 DE- Lot , Block 3 Gardendle Sub- EVER BARRED.
052607ntALONG THE NORTH LINE ing to platthereof recorded in NOTWITHSTANDING THE
060207 Deceased. Santa Rosa Couny reserves the OF ADJUSTED LOT 10 A Plat book , po e 28, of. the TIME PERIOD SET FORTH




































Hwy.87So.rMIoniS 601w REN O ICE n fOF FR CO ion o ostei o to 1. . d ve e pthrson or D^r h d s
06007CE ED right to waive informalities in DISTANCE OF 180 FEET ublic records ESanta Rosa ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
0607 bas withs or without cause, to MORE OR LESS TO Thi celouny, Florida ("Subject Prop- TWO DlI YEARS OR MORE AF-
6 NO Trelect all bids or to accept the MEAN HIGH WATER LINE erty") TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
5/44bi that it determines to be in
S The administration of the estate the best interest of the Coun th OF TROUT BAYOU AND rs
SofDennisP. McCa orty, de- i, THE POINT OF BEGINN- has been filed against you id ATd IS or
ceased, whose date of death Each bidder h ING; THENCE SOUTH 82 you are required to serve a The date of irstpublication of
weaseMarcho30 2006 is iend- posalhdd makin~ao purchase~ DEGREES 30' 25" EAST copy of your written defenses, if this notice is June 9, 2007.
ingApartm ents n he Circuit ourt for proposal agrees at if it is ALONG SAID NORTH LINE any, to it on John H. Adams the














































rl)UI.LY RENOVATED I�^B *"., Ai o re' editors of the deceC OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
AN Ros Couny, Florida the bid, it will enter A DISTANCE OF 180 FEET Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- Attorney for Personal Represent
Probate Division, the address into a purchase agreement de- MORE OR LESS TO A dress is Emmanuel Shepard active
whichNOW AVAis6865ILALE St Au roline tree scribed herein within thirty days POINT ON A CURVE ON and Condon, 30 South S ring /s/Kevin D Neson
Suite N Milton, Florida of the bid event. The purchase THE RIGHT OF WAY OF Street Pensacola, Florida Kevin D. Nelson, Esq. of
32570-04dz2. The names and agreement may be assigned by LODGEPOLE DRIVE' 32502 on or before July 6, EMMANUEL, SHEPPARD &
addresses o the personal repr- the successful bidder to an as THENCE SOUTHEASTERLY 2007, nd file the original with CONDON
























"wmIN THE CIRCUIT COURT INUn order of the Board of Co . -A IsN hO fH O hrTe. I TeH e o ndeNo THE 43T -6581
sNDnFatiSeNandRthe perovcommissi ed Santa Rosa ALONGL TE AO R OERFS 1SAI LdeN of thes co reT ie Tl one- B No.r8 0ro4 3 T
COUNTY, FLORIDA or demands against decedent's 55"aAND A LONG CHORD Complaint. active:
C V A IA E frsvenelnfst Su pr SrBEARING SOUTH 34 DE-
FILE NO.: 2007 CP 000052 noti ve's ratrney a se served 060907 TANCE 37.68 FEET TO THE oismmdit rilr P0 r Aen
L 0forthe claims with this bw. J Smao
IN RE:VESTATE OF court WITHIN THE LATERIOFO3NG CORNER OFMARwi Sf we3
JOSEPH F. DUNN, MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF LOTS 11 AND 12; THENCE As Clerk of the Court 8649 Fortune Road
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF SOUTH 39 DEGREES 39' CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Milton, FL 32583
Deceased. THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFm Leg. 6/558 05" WEST ALONG THE By: Brandy Norris
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF SOUTHEASTERLY LINE OF As Deputy Clerk 060907
NOTICE TO CREDITORS A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SAID LOT 11 A DISTANCE 061607
THEM. THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 100 FEET MORE OR 060207
The administration of the estate IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA LESS TO THE MEAN HIGH 060907
of Joseph F. Dunn deceased, All other creditors of the dece- COUNTY, FLORIDA , WATER LINE OF RACCOON 6/559
File Number 2007 ,P 000052, dent and other persons having CIVIL DIVISION BAYOU; THENCE MEAN- Leg. 6/664
is pending in the Circuit Court claims or demands against CASE NO.: 06 0186 CA 01 DER SOUTHWESTERLY,
for Santa Rosa County, Florida decedent's estate must file their WESTERLY AND NORTH- IR T
Probate Division, the address at claims with this court WITHIN 3 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL EARLY AL6NG THE MEAN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUS- HIGH WATER LINE OF RAC- Leg. 6/662 FOR SANTA ROSA
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF TEE OF AMERIQUEST MORT_ COON BAYOU AND TROUT COUNTYFLORIDA
THIS NOTICE, GAGE SECURITIES INC. AS- BAYOU TO THE POINT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PROBA. -DIVISION
SET BACKED PASS THROUGH BEGINNING. FOR SANTA ROSA FILE NO. 57-2007-CP-142
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED CERTIFICATES, SERIES COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO- DIVISION
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS 2005-R4CGM UNDER THE SAID DESCRIBED PARCEL BATE DIVISION
SET FORTH IN SECTION POOLING AND SERVICING OF LAND CONTAINS FILE NO. 07000082 CP IN RE:
733.702 OF TH E FLORIDA AGREEMENT DATED AS OF 30,800 SQ. FT. (0.707 AC-
MAY 1 2005 WITHOUT RE- RE4) MORE OR'LESS. IN RE: ESTATE OF DAVID ESTATE OF JEANNE
EVEROBARRED- COURSE, DENNIS BURRELL, IVERSEN,
We Deliver & Install Plaintiff, ANY PERSON CLAIMING Deceased.
Wl NOTWITHSTANDING THE AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- Deceased
entIPede ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED ANY OTHER THAN THE NOTICE TO CREDITORS
St. Augustine J TWO [2| YEARS OR MORE AF- GERALD C. GRONDIN A/K/A PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE GERALD GRONDIN- RMA THE DATE OF THE LIS The administration of the estate The administration of the estate
Bermuda OF DEATH IS BARRED. BUILDERS; UNkNOWN PENDENS MUST FILE A of DAVID DENNIS BURRELL, de- Of JEANNE IVERSEN de-
SPOUSE OF GERALD C. CLAIM, WITHIN 60 DAYS ceased Case Number ceased, a resident of DuPage
Bailed Pi1W SWBW The date of first publication of GRONDIN A/K/A GERALD AFTER THE SALE. 070006t82 is pending in the Conet , Illinois, died on Decem-
this ioatce is June 2, 2007. GRONDIN; JOHN DOE; JANE Circuit Court for Sanla Rosa ber tn r 9e 7 having an inter-
Call us firstSe Time ADOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT 1 ore a person with a Disa. County Florida Probate Divi- est in real 2 in the State
(Set IN POSSESSION OF THE ., who need any accommo- sin the address of which is of Florida, 2006, is pending
Ce~luslrest1, Save Muey At anr sUEBJECT PROPERTY, dation in order t . :-: in P.O. Box 472, Milton, Florida n he Circuit Court for Santa
Z1//DanielPR Saba Defendants, this proneding .....l I 32572. The names and ad- Rosa County, Florida, Probate
P Eho at no cost to you to tIre I, dresses of the personal repr- vision File Number
0.hN87o.I640141 RE..JS RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO- sons of ceutlain assistant It. . sentatine and the personal a5twhichisPj.O42, the address
_F-SU LR ES-LEcontact Susan Land at 6865 representative's artorney ore set a is, F bo.TBann472,M
Curoline Street Milton, FL forth below.tonFl 32572. The names and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i ' '150983- 1012 within . addresses oft he personal repre-
purs.uant to a Motion ... Order *'.t days of this ieceipt ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE sentative and the personal
I,,. r'reclosure 0i Date l this drocun ient , f you are NOTIFIED THAT- representative's attorney are set
It. 29 day of May , rn-inq r Voice impaired callfoh below.
Divorce 108, Adoption 801i "'intempdairdCaseNoa.ll.8771 All creditors of the decedent
*C'l psI,_1 CA 01, of the Circuit and other persons having claims All creditors of the decedent
N trin(t 'cI- Court of the t ST Judicial Circuit Dated iris 30 day of May, or demands against decedent's and other persons, who have
I ,' I ur of th ST J l ii Date37 estate, including unmatured claims or demands against
I, ,ingC ittfor I. i i " contingent or unliquidated decedent's estate, including
The All New ! ,N.. ..11 .....)L434,,52MARYM _'......14 claims....who....cop this matured, contingent or unIiqui-
h -7 I ....i ii .i ClerkOf it, I .1.Court notice is served must file their dated claims, and who hove
18150 N, S" i., i-U R claims with this court WITHIN been served a copy of this no-
Yi, I . r, .. t,., THE LATER OFP3 MONTHS AF-lice, must Sile their claims with
ay I bk N eflbsaharkell , .-'-. i ti. i, i .t p i , i TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST this court WITHIN THE LATER
" i, i- in ' PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- OF THREE (3} MONTHS AFTER
.,. . , It, . H. TWICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE O THE FIRST PUBLI-
Apartm cents. .I... .. "THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
i r,-~h i. i i 6.;558 COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THIRTY {30} DAYS AFTER THE
THEM, DATE 0 SERVICE OF A COPY
FtLLY RENOVATED i i i i .IIAll other creditors of the dece- OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
AN )3OAVATEiND $JI ,. III ..i i .,. .p dent and persons having claims other creditors of the deco-
tINI H i i i' i or demands against the And other person wh o
ONIM T r)RWOtvt UNITS - ii. i r , , i decedent's estate, including un- dent and other persons who
NlI.OVA OMI STIT S t. Cen~zgtsti ned - '. ',~ i . . .. i leg. 6/559 matured contingent or unriqui- ave claims or demands against
N()Wi AVAILABLE.Aulust, ii' dated claims, must file their the decedent's estate, including
W.A.C. ELrns Di-ect ..i.i ,i' l, i . i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN claims with this Court WITHIN umotured, con'inment or unsit -
IF X"u P i I' IAND FOR SANTA ROSA THREE MONTHS AFTER THE uidated claims, must file their
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62' El-..a Steet. I.hilton. FL 32570





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June9. 2007


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


.. s &0At ma. r , 11.04
CATION OF THIS NOTICE. Plaintiff,
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. CALVIN L HARVEY, GINA K.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE BUNDY f/k/a GINA K, FOS-
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH TER and the UNITED STATES
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED OF AMERICA,
TWO 121 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Defendants.
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
Si DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA- .
i 0..ij OF THIS NOTICE 1IS INA K. FOSTER
, it tr 9, 2007
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
Attorneys for Personal Repre- lion to foreclose a mortgage on
senlative: the following real property in
/s/ Kerry Anne Schultz Escombia County, Florida:
Kerry Anna Schultz
Florida Bar No 563188 Lot 31 Block "B" DaLisa Es-
BORDELON & SCHULTZ plates, being a portion of Section
LAW FIRM P.L 21, Township f North, Ranqe
2721 Gulf Breeze Parkway 28 West, Sania Rosa CounTy,
Gulf Breeze Florida 32563 Florida, according to Plat re-
(850) 934-000 corded in Plat Book "D", at


Personal Representative:
/s/ Thmrns. C Iversen


rage i, or the public Recoras
of said County.


thomas G. Iversen has been filed against you and
4704 Montgomery Avenue you are requested to serve a
Downers Grove, IL 60515 copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it to Margaret T. Stopp,
060907 Plaintiffs' attorney, whose ad-
061607 dress is Post Office Box 13290,
6 Pensacola Florida
32591 320,o or before July
Leg. 6/665 9, 2007, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court ei-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF their before service on Plaintiffs'
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, attorney or immediately thereof-
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA ter; otherwise a Default will be
COUNTY, FLORIDA entered against ou for the re-
GENERAL JURISDICTION lief demanded in fhe Complaint.
DMSION
CASE NO:07-107-CA Dated this 31 day of May,
2007.
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A
AS TRUSTEE UNDER POOLING MARY JOHNSON
AND SERVICING AGREEMENT Clerk of the Court
DATED AS OF MARCH 1, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
2004 FIRST FRANKLIN MORf- I 'Valkins
GAGE LOAN TRUST l:.i ., Clerk
2004-4FFH1 ASSET BACKED
CERTIFICATES SERIES 060907
2004-ffh1 061607
PLAINTIFF 6/66Z
VS.
WILLIAM R. ALBRITTON; UN- Leg, 6/668
KNOWN SPOUSE OF WIL- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
LIAM R. ALBRITTON IF ANY; THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWNl CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA
PARTIES CLAIMING BY ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
THROUGH, UNDER, AND CIVIL ACTION
AGAINST THE HEREIN CASE NO.: 2007-481-CA
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- DIVISION: A
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- Plaintiff,
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES vs.
HFIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES


OR OTHER CLAIMANTS- THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN SIGNEES, UENORS, CREDI-
POSSESSION TORS TRUSTEES, OR
DEFENDANTS) OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UN-
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE DER OR AGAINST,
SALE NORMA L. MASON, DE-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- CEASED, et al,
suant to a Summary Final Judg- Defendant(s).
meant of Foreclosure dated May
31, 2007 entered in Civil Case NOTICE OF ACTION
No 07-107-CA of the Circuit TO:
Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuit THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
in and for SANTA ROSA DEVISEES, GRANTEES AS-
County, MILTON, Florida, I will SIGNEES, LIENORS, REDI-
sell to the highest and best bid- TORS, TRUSTEES, OR
der for cast on the NORTH OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
FRONT STEPS of the SANTA ING BY, THROUGH, UN-
ROSA County Courthouse lo- DER OR AGAINST,
cated at 6865 CAROLINE NORMA L. MASON, DE-
STREET in MILTON, Florida, at CEASED
11:00 a.m. on the 26 day of LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
June 2007 the following de- KNOWN
scribed property as set forth in CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
said Summary Final Judgment, KNOWN
to-wit:
COMMENCE AT THE THE UNKNOWN PER-
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SONAL REPRESENTATIVE
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE ESTATE OF NORMA
OF SECTION 2 TOWNSHIP L. MASON
1 NORTH, RANGE 29
WEST, SANTA ROSA LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
COUNTY FLORIDA; KNOWN
THENCE NORTH 89�10'18" CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
EAST ALONG THE NORTH KNOWN
LINE THEREOF 1,619.51
FEET; THENCE SOUTH ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
00'13'20" WEST 33.01 PARTIES CLAIMING BY
FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY THROUGH, UNDER AND
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF A AGAINST THE HEREIN
PAVED COUNTY ROAD; NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
THENCE NORTH 89�10'18" FENDANT(S) WHO ARE
EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH- NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
EARLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID
80.00 FEET TO THE POINT UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
OF BEGINNING; THENCE CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
CONTINUE NORTH SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI-
89'10'18"EAST ALONG SEES, GRANTEES, OR
SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT OTHER CLAIMANTS
OF WAY LINE 80.00 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 0013'20" LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
WEST 140.00 FEET; KNOWN
THENCE SOUTH 89*10'18"
WEST 80.00 FEET; THENCE CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
NORTH 00'13'20" EAST KNOWN
140.00 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. SAID PAR- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an oc-
CEL BEING LOT 10, lion to foreclose a mortgage on
OAKLEAF DRIVE. the following property in
Any personclaimina an interest SANTA ROSA County, Florida:
in the surplus rom-he sole. i
ann. other than Ihe properly LOT 4, BLOCK A, MARBLE-
ownr_05%-L f td he li HEAD ESTATES A SUBDIVI-
pendens must file a claim SION OF A PORTION OF
w r , SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 1
Dated ths J.. .ay o..ay, NORTH, RANGE 28 WEST
2007. SANTA ROSA COUNTY'
FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO
MARY M. JOHNSON PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
Clerk of the Circuit Court IN PLAT BOOK D AT PAGE
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 70, OF THE PUBLIC REC-
By: Brandy Norris WORDS OF SAID COUNTY.
has been filed against you and
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID you are required to serve a
J. STERN P.A. ATTORNEY cop o your written defenses
FOR PLAINTIFF ' within 30 days after the first
801 S. University Drive Suite publication, if any, on
500 chevarria, Codilis &
Plantation, FL 33324 Stawiarski, Plaintiff's attorney,
954)233-8000 whose address is 9119 Corpo-
07-74375 MYNW rate Lake Drive Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE the onqinal with this Court ,i-
AMERICANS WITH their beTore service on Plaintiff's
DIISABILIITIES ACT persons attorney or immediately thereaf-
with disabilities needing a spe- ter; otherwise a default will be
cial accommodation should con- entered against you for the re-
tact COURT ADMINISTRA- lieF demanded in the Complaint
TION, at the SANTA ROSA or petition.
Couny Courthouse at , This notice shall be published
1800-955-8771 (TDDO or once each week for two consec-
1-800-955-8770, via Florida utive weeks in the Press Ga-
Relay Service. " zeftte.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
060907 of this Court on this 5 day of
061607 June, 2007.
6/665 -- Mary M. Johnson
Leg. 6/666 Clerk of the Court


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2007-CP-80
Division:
IN RE: The Estate of
KENNETH LEON CAMPBELL,
SR. ako KENNETH L. CAMP-
BELL, SR
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Kenneth Leon Campbell, Sr.
aka Kenneth L. Campbell, De-
ceased File No.
57-2007-CP-80 is pending in
the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
County Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, "he address of which is
Santa Rosa County Courthouse
6865 SW. Caroline Street, Mi-
ton, FL 32570. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and her attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, including un-matured,
contingent or un-liquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this
notice is served must ie their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, including
un-matured, contingent or
un-liquidated claims, must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication
of this Notice June 9, 2007.
Attorney for Personal Represent-
ative:
/David L Dees
avid L. Dees Esquire
FL Bar No.: 2.4975
3300 N. Pace Boulevard - Suite
315
Pensacola FL 32505
(850) 432-2407
Personal Representative:
/s/ Evelyn Ann C. Brassell
211 Southview Drive
Fortson, GA 31808
060907
061607


Leg. 6/667
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.:
2007-CA-000371
SANTA ROSA COUNTY LAND
COMPANY, INC., a dissolved
Florida corporation,


CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
As Deputy Clerk
060907
061607


Leg. 6/669
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 2001-I055-DR
IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOP-
TION OF
LANNA MARIE BILLEN,
Adopted
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Bradley Allen Bailey
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for adoption has
been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to
it on Laura Spencer Coleman,
Esquire, Petitioner's attorney,
whose address is 5228 Elmira
Street, Milton, Florida 32570
on or before July 9 2007,
which is at least thirty (300 days
after the first publication of this
Notice which first publication
date was on the 9th day of
June, 2007. The original an-
swer should be filed with the
clerk of this court either before
service on Petitioner's attorney
or immediately thereafter. It
you fail to do so, a default
will be entered against
you for the relief de-


handed in the petition.


Found Cat


Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ- Found Monday June
ing orders arehavailable 4th. East Milton in Hick-
at the Cler of the CircuitM
Court's office. You may ory Hammock Area.
review these documents Black & White Cat.
upon request. 623-4236
Yu must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office - -.
notified of your current / ,
address. Future papers in
this lawsuit will ge mailed
to the address on record / \
at the Clerk's office.
This notice shall be published f
once each week for our con- .
secutive weeks in a news paper
of general circulation in oanto ,
Rosa County, Florida.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF PETS & ANIMALS
have hereunto set my hand and
affixed the official seal of said 2100- Pets
Court at Milton, Santa Rosa 2110- Pets: Free to
County, Florida on this 4th day
of June, 2007. Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
MARY M. JOHNSON 2130 - Farm Animals/
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Supplies
By: Brenda Lambrisky 2140 - Pets/Livestock
DEPUTY CLERK Wanted

061607
062307
063007
6/9 2100
~~____~____ A.K.C. Female Yorkie
Leg. 6/670 pupy born 01 /19/07
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN $7.ae Vet & health certif-
AND FOR SANTA ROSA icates available.
COUNTY, FLORIDA 791-7576
CIVIL DIVISION__________
CASE NO.: 06-000732-CA A.K.C. Registered lyr
BELLEVILLE PROPERTIES, INC., old female Shepherd.
Plaintiff, Needs a lovinA home.
vs. $100.00 Call 981-1132
JEFFREY T.WEBB and For Sale - Two beautiful
TANYA L. WEBB, Sun Conure parrots
Defendants. comes with cage toys
SAand food $650.00 firm.
NOTICE Q ACTION 981-9895
TO: Jeffre T Webb and
Tatya L Webb Must sell due to personal
Address Unknown illness: female Chihuahua
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a $25; male miniature rob-
Foreclosure Complaint has been bits eachc; female
tiled against you and the cam- white dove $25; 2 male
plaint seeks to foreclose thewhite dove 25; 2 male
mortgage on the following de- parakeets $5. 623-0207
scribed real property located in
Santa Rosa County, Florida, Poodle Puppies AKC
t-wit: registered. 'Must see
Lot 8, Belleville Farms a subdi- beautiful babies born
vision according to proal thereof 3/20/07 very healthy,
recorded in P alot Book F, Pg
77, of the public records of 1-male 2-females. Apricot
Santa Rosa County, Florida. red coloring. Will take
and you re retired to serve a $100 for deposit. call
copy of you written deensesrif now they will be gone
any, to I'he Foreclosure Com- fast. 850-626-8685
plaint on the plaintiff's attorney,
anielP. Sobo, whose address
is 4557 Chumuckla Highway, West Highland Terrier
Pace, Florida 32571, on or be- Puppies Ready for new
fore July 9, 2007, and file the homes now! 8 wks old. 3
original with the Clerk of this 971
Court either before service on os 2 ql 69-6716
the plaintiff's attorney or immne- or 240-5287
diatel thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you For the relief demanded in - a :
(he Foreclosure Complaint.
This the 5 day of June, 2007. 2110
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of Circuit Court Black lab puppy free to
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL a ood home. 4 month
BY: J. Watkins oldfemale 983-9270
Deputy Clerk ________..........
060907 Kitten free to a good
061607 home. Male, Blac &
White, Hemingway
Breed. 8 weeks old.
623-3918

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Immediate Sell
Beauty Shoppe
Equipment or part-
ner in salon busi-
ness. All equipment
available. Hydrolic
chairs, dryer chairs
and cars (Antique
1972 Marquess &
Chevy van) available
for individual sell.
850-525-8378


3220 3300 4100 | 4100 4100
Beautiful like new roll Pay Cash for junk cars Automotive Sales
top desk 53" from Fac- or trucks. Running or not. Industrial
tory Oak $500 Call: 983-9527 or ASE Certified Experienced Floor
Matchin five-shelf book- 723-5048 Tech URGENT! Covering sales person
case $200 983-8817 Driveability a plus. Good The Northwest Floridaneeded.all:623-93
Yarmar 1500 and benefits. Specialty tools Daily News is in dire or 345-5986
Glass table top equipment $4,000; nice provided. 9009 N. Davis need of experienced
393/x78-$150 cash. antique single bed, clean Hwy. Pensacola. printing press operators
Sears chrome/slver big $200. 94-2172 or 47 -3317 or people with mechan- N
screen TV stand-$150, 9950404 ica skills who can be
originally $375. Has Driver trained in one of the
been in storage. world's most marketa- '
995-0606 Need Driver ble professions. . . . A .


Wooden Coffee table,
4 swivel barstools, Cardi-
oglide exercise machine,
swivel retan chair,
Hide-a-bed couch, 13"
TV, 4-head VCR, gas
edger & trimmer. Silver
punch bowl with tray,
cups & ladel. 994-9030



-| 3230 "
East Milton
Table & Chairs, dresser,
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l *Home every night
3310 *40t per mile
*$10.00 drop/pick up
Columbia EsteyOrgan LAverage 30 minutes)
1996 $4000 Call Tractor trailer experi-
537-5183 or 626-7986 ence a must!
*Clean MVR
TCall850-626-8578
3*3'4G0S Driver to deliver tires on
| 3340 | a daily route and work
warehouse in evenings
Golf Clubs Men's, ladies Mon-Fri. Must have valid
and kids. 1-10 Garcon drivers license and pass
Flea Market, Exit 26, in- drug test. Starting pay
doors. Iron sets, wood $8.50/hr. will train.
sets, drivers, fairway 433-0257
woods, wedges and club
repair. Drivers
tFrinv 1 2-5' m


tools, baby clothes-:3mos p-'/'Pr- S _ \
up, women's & teens. Sat *Surday & Sunday He Wanted
& Sun 7am-till 9am-5pm Earn $800-$3200
5451 Persimmon Hollow. Sanchez Golf Shop Monthly to drive brand
___________________ new cars with ads
Rk D Lalal placed on them.
Rick LaPlant www.AdCarDrive.com
I Treadmill, Air Strider Drivers
32SO Stationary air bike.
SPower rier and Ab Medical Equipment
All kinds of Tomatoes Lounce. $260.00 Technician/Driver
All kinds of produce 6232042 Local medical supply
when weather permits. company seeking
675-4111 . . individual able to work
as needed. Must have
Blueberries, $2.00 per - ood driving record.
pint $4.00 per quart. L A . Send resume to:
oall and place your or- 5201 Dowod Drive
der. 957-4188/ Milton 32"i700
der 95418 VFax 626-6512

Double D Farms Drivers
Fresh produce and Drivers A Great
peaches. Also available EMPLOYMENT Trainers Needed
our famous onions. Hwy
89 North at Allentown, 4100 - Help Wanted Hel HOGAN Grow
Florida. Closed Sundays 4110 - Restaurants/Clubs' $4000 Sign On
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Information Weekly depending on
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SINGLE STEAMS
and 6/0
3280 --Also Ask about our
5200 Watt electric start no NIGHT Driving
generator excellent con- Administrative/Support HOGAN
nation $460.00 eoe Class A
623-5411 Administrative 800-444-6042
Assistant needed for Gyn
Bench Grinder 12 HP 6" Practice in Milton, Full Drivers:
with stand $50. Central time, excellent benefits
Machinery swivel vise 4" and competitive salary. Driver Trainees
with anvil-Central fe Fax resume to Becky at Needed. No CDL? No
$15. New 983-8812 850-983-3546. Availa- Problem! Earn up to
$15_Nw83887 _ble immediately. $900/wk. Home
weekends with TMC.
iAdministrative/Support Company endorsed CDL

3300 Administrative 1-866-280-5309
3300A


2 burial plots at Memory
Park Garden of Prayer.
Save $600 will sell both
for $1600.
Call 623-6481.
Leave message.

New Hot Tub, with 4
seats, and 2 (ounqers.
$1500. Call: 501-0270

Panasonic -disk CD
changer ;il- t. 'Ft
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Automotive

ASE Certified
Tech
Driveability a plus. Good
benefits. Specialty tools
provided. 9009 N. Davis
Hwy. Pensacola.
477-3317

Director of Children
and Youth Activities:
St. Francis of Assisi
Episcopal Church, Gulf
Breeze, is offering a full
time position with
competitive salary and
benefits. Th- D;.i .:[.:. of
Children oa'd - l :c.f .
Activities will design and
implement a Chris
-centered program.
Degree preferred. Please
send contact information
and resume to St. Francis
of Assisi Episcopal
Church, 1 St. Francis
Drive, 6ulf Breeze, FL
32561

Law Enforce/Security
safety/security
officers. Full-time posi-
tions available at juvenile
residential programs.
Competitive pay and
benefits WIL TRAIN.
High school diploma or
GED and validDriver's
License are required. Ap-
plicants must pass back-
ground screening and
drug test. Apply in per-
son at Blackwater Stop
Camp, 2451 Stop Camp
Rd., Munson or Santa
Rosa Juvenile Residential
Facility, 12364 Environ-
mental Center Rd, Holt.
Call (850)957-0995 or
957-3600 for additional
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Camp, 2451 Stop Camp
MAINTENANCE Rd., Munson or Santa
POSITION Rosa Juvenile Residential
Year round and full time Facility, 12364Environ-
position available for mental enter Rd Holt
large assoc. in Destin Cl. 8^501 957-095 or
Great pay & benefits'. 57-3600 for additional
Maintenance & pool exp. information. EOE
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Have fun selling AVON
and making $$$. Call
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Must be 18yrs old with
driver's license.









IREAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
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Pace, Great Space
Available. 1543sq ft. lo-
cated at 4342 Hwy 90,
Pace, FI 32571
850-994-9633 (West
section of the Pace Area
Chamber of Commerce
building) $1,300 per
month + tax and '/2 elec-
tric. Occupancy Availa-
ble Immediately. Call
Lloyd Hinote 516-6960



6110o
Milton
1 BR end unit triplex with
CH/A. Water, sewer,
garbage included
$425/$425. Great
neighbors! 5813
Peachtree (Corner of
Deerborn & Peachtree, 1
block off Stewart.) Drive
by, leave message.
291-8088

Milton
2/BR 1/BA newly reno-
vated apartment
$525mo/$500dep. No
smoking no pets. Just off
Avalon Blvd. 994-9391


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coordinates
Author William __
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SANTA ROSA
COUNTY GOVERNMENT
Accepting applications for t'he following:

* Recycle Equipment Operator III
* GIS Coordinator/GIS Analyst
* Data Entry Operator
* Additional employment opportunities
online

Apply online at www.santarosa.fl.gov, or
visit Santa Rosa County Human Resources,
6495 Caroline Street, Suite H, Milton, FL,
Veteran's Preference will be given
in accordance with FL Statutes.


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silo ac 61Times07100 Ir 71S7200
ton Pace pace Timeshare for sale 1


BR 2/BA waterfront. Mature working female
50/mth $650/deposit to share home.
S n Cumbie Realty 3BR/1 '/2BA with mother
6-8959 and dau hter. All utili-
ties included with laun-
ton dry privileges
all Efficiency Suitable $ 4 5 0 / m ont h
one person. i$100/deposit. Small
t0e0/mth includes all dog ok. Call 995-1125
cities. Call: 981-9399 or 463-4103
rfect corporate Pace
artment for rent.
Utilities and cable Mature working female
luded in rent. to share home
mpletely furnished. 3BR/21 BA with mother
mal dining room. and daughter. Laundry
ntral heat and air, and kitchen privileges.
liances, internet All utilities includeT .
:ess, TV with cable, $450/month with
ins and much more. $100/deposit. Small
ht in the middle of dog ok. Call 995-1125
- ntown Milton. Large or 463-4103
'g room with fire-
ce private parking.
e bedroom apartment.
r. lease, references. I 6160 |
io, private 2 acres on
ek. Equipped for dis- Milton
cities. Call for appoint-
nt: 983-8195. Rent Efficency/Room
)endent on space available for rent includ-
,ded. $795 beginning ing pool & jacuzzi.
t plus deposit. Weekly or monthly. Lots
of love. 983-9270
Milton
--_ Share 3BD/2BA home
61'40 with CH/A utilities paid,
,t Milton washer & dryer. Please
call in evenings
ly cool in your in 626-8336
'und pool. Pace
(/22BA, 2 car gar-
Son quiet country Roommate wanted to
id. Nonsmokers only. share 3/BD 1 1/2/BA
30/month, references, home in safe neighbor-
se and deposit re hood with well mannered
red. 623-9623 entleman. $400/mo+
$400/refundable de.
t Milton No lease and all utilities..
se with option to buy. included. (Must have job
(/3BA waterfront, d transportation)
3e yard and den with a 8-92-t133O
place. $1100 month.l 850-982-9133
982-5709
/Milton/Pace
ntals 2 & 3 bed- [ 6170
,ms. $400-$650 per East Milton
nth. Call 994-5703
h. Call 994-57 Mobile home for rent.
Large singlewide
ilton 3BD/2BA on quiet coun-
3/2 Home 8959 try country acre. Non-
3/2 Home 8959 smokers only.
ristmill Way East Mil- $600/month references,
n $950. lease and deposit re-
Suired. 5 minutes to 1-10
3/2 Home 8408 all 623-9623
hisholm Rd. Pensa-C 3
)la $850 East Milton
,3/2 Home on Golf 2BD/2BA mobile home
ourse 5661 Trevino on private lot. $650mo &
., Milton $1,200 $600dep
(850)393-5058
3/1 Home 6449 Sel-
rs Dr. Milton $750. East Milton


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waterfront homesite.
House for sale. Beautiful panoramic
3BR/2BA beautifully views. 3706 Andrew
renevated. 1450 sf Jackson Drive. Private/
$129,900 Call convenient. Well, sprink-
994-0213 or 207-2691 ler system, public sewer.
$175,006/offer. Ryan
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850-380-6765 Keller
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Berrydale
14 Acres for sale in
Berrydale north of Milton
on Lewis Road
$210,000. Call


"m, -u- 2BD/2BA Duplex, . (oju v4- i z
Crestview: brick home newly renovatedjust ff
on 3.6 acres. 3 br, 2 ba. Avalon Blvd. $1/10,00.
Detached gar., carport Call 994-9391
barn, deep well all
fenced. Corner of two D eer Country
County Rds. 689-2671 Land for sale off 41 on
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New listing in Timber
Ridge 4 bedroom/2
bath home with fenced
yard, cathedral ceilings
and a split bedroom
plan. This home is a
must to see. Call Linda
Deck-Deck Realty, Inc
for your appointment.
850-626-0711 Email:
rdeck@bellsouth.net
$199,900 MLS
329161


Hwy I/ravis ru. 4-I1
acres. 251-867-9155 or
850-623-4750



Pace
240 Road Frontage x
420 lot for sale off 'est
Spencerfield Rd. 3rd lot
behind Winn Dixie.
Zoned RM1 possible
commercial.
$300,000/frim.
698-8337


70x14 bedroom bath
like new Zone 3 mobile
home $15,800 Call
712-1010

East Milton
Five individual lots, five
mobile homes. Four
rented with fifth partially
remodeled. $2,500 a
month income.
$100,000. Contact
Mack Hamm 623-1159


Mobile Home 5208
Yancy 3/BR 2/BA, Large
lot with outside storage
building. Recently reno-
vated. Approx 1100
sq.ft. $56,500. Will con-
sider some owner financ-
ing Don Cumbie Realty
626-8959


hour from Disney Land.
Great vacation home.
Call: Sonja
850-944-7994


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


Camaro '02, burnt or-
ange color, power win-
dows, CD/radio, tinted
tread on tires. $10,000
win H of
626-1840
kburns@cvm.msstate.edu


Honda Accord EX Ford Regency Protege'
2002 V6, 2 dr, 80K mi- 2003 van with complete
les. ully loaded, must wheelchair mobility pack-
seel $11,950. Call age, power driver trans-
243-8896 fer seat, captains seats,
-----------dual A/C full power,
color wTV w/VCR & DVD,
I buy junk vehicles and CD and aux. batte DVD,
other miscellaneousCD and aux. batter sys-
junks. 850-306-5397 te6m. 116,0 lmi
206-23578 cell
Mercedes 206-2357
SL500 2003 Ford Windstar-1997 with
white, sport pk., low mi. A/C $3,200.00
$57,500 850-585-5915 Call 995-2587


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Hyundai Tucson 2005.
Has low mileage, H/A, 4
wheel drive. 1 previous
owner. $14,000 OBO.
Call Ava 983-6873




Ford F-350, 1996 7.3
Diesel, 4 door, tool
box...all the bells and
whistles and many other
extras. Call 995-0998




Ford 2000 E-150 Hi-top
conversion. Leather
captain's chairs, low
mileage, DVD/VHS/TV.
Call 995-0998


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



S8240
Seadoo Challenger
1800 twin engine jet
boat. 1998 lile new, low
hours $8900. Call
712-1010



8330
Tiago Arrow
1989
Good Condition. Call
Donnie 994-7918


3/1 Home 5416 Ca-
ile Gardens Milton
725.


3/1 Home
toward Ave.
750.


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3nta Rosa Realty
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[ton 1 yr old, 3 br,
ba, 2 cg$ 1400 sf,
50 mo. Realty One
vices 244-5713
tonr
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ilted ceilings, large
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s $745/$745. Call
5-4831
ton
S/1 BA newly remod-
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m or office, utility
m with w/d hookup,
:ed yard $875mo /
75dep 4508 Elm Tree
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3-1660
ton
AR 2/BA Brick home.
iet neighborhood.
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ton
D/2BA in Milton.
npletely refurbished,
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:ed backyard.
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1-9397
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,house, 1/2 acre, off
flon. Price reduced to
'9,540 5851 West-
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nda 393-8804.
ton
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m overlooking lake.
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ion to buy.
Sesh000.00ore Drive
33 Lakeshore Drive


Doublewide 3/BR 2/BA
on 1.5 acres. $700/mth
$500/deposit. 9890 A A A
American Farms Rd 07 . IE RA


2/BR 1/BA Private lot R A
Total Electric. No Pets E .C
Bay Crest Realty.
994-7918 OnStar, Auto,
Milton . A/C & More!
2/br 1/ba Water & Gar- T71
bage furnished. No #T7196
pets.$365/month
$300/deposit

Milton
3BR/1 BA furnished
or unfurnished 2004
or 2005 Mobile Home.
Total electric, no pets.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
Milton
Doublewide 3BR/2BA
total electric. East Gate ' P T A IB
Mobile Home Ranch. '07 PONTIAC VIB
626-8973
Milton Auto, A/C, Great
Trailer for Rent 3/br
I/ba $500/mth Fuel Economy
$500/deposit. Water &
Garbage furnished. No & Fun To
Pets. 516-0786
Pace Drive

1/BR Mobile Home in #P7030
Park. $435/mth
$200/deposit. Water &
Garbage furnished. No
Pets. 6531 Palamino
Drive. Bay Crest Realty
994-9178
Pace
3/BR 2/BA 14x70 on
private lot. Total Electric.
No Pets. $625/mth
$300/deposit. 3896
Legend Creek Dr. Bay
Crest Realty 994-7918


2 '07 GMC YUKON
Monroeville, Al. IN STOCK
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ton 15 food plots. $200 initi-
ed/2Bath total elec- ation fee. Approx $1800
Water & garbage . per year. Family oriented
(up included. No . Call 850-501-0273 or
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