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Milton Newspapers
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Publication Date: June 20, 2007
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SJune 20, 2007

Milton man dies in plane crash L

It is still uncertain what
caused the crash of an ultra-
light aircraft flown by Milton
resident John Ewing on the
west side of Okaloosa County
But one thing is certain:
His family believes the pilot
';,L'1 doing what he truly loved

"He was always interested
in . *:, , ,.. things. but Hlying
was the most important to
him." said his mother, Jessie.
HE\ ing. a Holt native, rou-
tinely spent about an hour in
the sky each Saturday or
Sunday. said his wife. Gayle.
This past weekend, the

61-year-old was seen soaring
over Johns Pond, located on
private property off Cooper
Street, by four witnesses on an
outing at the pond.
In a report from the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office, the witnesses stated
Ewing blew his air horn and
waved to them.
While circling back
around on a west heading, it
appeared Ewing lost control of
the aircraft as it descended at
about 5:35 p.m., the report-
The plane hit three pine
trees before getting lodged
about 10 feet from the ground

in two other pine trees situated
200 feet south of the pond. At
some point, Ewing was eject-
ed from the cockpit.
"He told me if he ever
died while flying to not be
upset because he died doing
what he loved," Gayle said.
"That just seemed like
where he was supposed to be,"
added Jessie, who believes her
son spent his last moments
where he was supposed to.
"Holt was home," she
Family and the Okaloosa
County Sheriffs Office are
hoping an autopsy will pro-
vide more insight into the

cause of the accident.
Initial reports Sunday said
the accident happened on a
large tract of private property
off Fourth Avenue near the
intersection with Cooper
Street in Holt.
The pilot is believed to
have taken off from Santa
Rosa County. He was dead
when emergency crews
The weather was clear
and dry, and the cause of the
crash is under investigation.
Because it is an ultralight
craft, the Federal Aviation
Administration is not

Rural/Metro may be out by August 1

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County Commissioners
will be looking at a proposal
on June 28 from Rural/Metro
Ambulance offering a propos-
al to county officials setting a
July 31 date to end its services
to Santa Rosa.
Market General Manager
Ken Daughtery, who is relo-
cating with the company, says
employees are leaving to work
for other EMS providers and
no one is applying to fill

In the proposal,
Rural/Metro has dropped its
original requested amount to
cover insurance losses from
more than $250,000 to
Each month Rural/Metro
continues to operate past the
original end of contract on
May 16, costs the County
nearly $30,000. Officials
agreed to pay a reimbursement
of unused insurance premiums
Rural/Metro Ambulance

would be forced to pay, even if
the company is not providing
service to Santa Rosa.
But since that time,
Lifeguard Ambulance has
been chosen to replace
Rural/Metro. Once that hap-
pened, Lifeguard made it
known they could come on
board earlier than the original
date of Aug. 1.
New guidelines for ambu-
lance response times and limi-
tations on the age of equip-
ment forced Rural/Metro

Ambulance out of the bidding
Rural/Metro continues to
say the new regulations set
forth by the County following
the submittal of the Fitch and
Associate report will be diffi-
cult for the new provider to
Lifeguard Ambulance rep-
resentatives have said they are
aware of the potential finan-
cial concerns and are pre-
pared. Commissioners will
discuss the issue June 28.

GPS to keep track of SR school buses

Scmcdonnell @.spressgazette.comn
Your child is supposed to
be home at 3:30 from school.
You know what bus they ride
on, but on this particular day,
the bus didn't drop them off
on time.
Are they on the way? Did
the bus crash? Did the driver
get lost?
You call the school and

New sign

law passed
Want to advertise that
upcoming yard sale or rental
Residents of Milton need
to think twice about placing
that sign on the corner.
The City of Milton is
increasing signage violation
fines on June 26 and asking
for no illegal signage to be
posted either on utility poles
or within city right of ways,
including all roadways within
the city limits.
Officials say this is part of
the cities beautification
process, keeping the streets
and roadways clear of eye
Illegal signs have been a
problem for City code
enforcement officials since
ordinances were written,
according to Sharon Holley,
See SIGN Page 5A


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they tell you they will alert the
bus driver, but it will be a few
minutes before they can get ant
There has to be a better
The Santa Rosa County
School District (SRCSD) says
there may be.
GPS-global positioning
satellite units installed in
school buses.

The SRCSD is trying to
help resolve these types of
issues by placing a cellular-
based GPS System on 50 new
school buses.
The tracking software
allows the school district "the
luxury" to know a variety of
things about what the bus is
doing every 10 seconds.
"I'm hoping we can get
them into the 50 buses by the

end of July :iJd .'. F i'. .1 ii..
to the starting of school," says
Joey Harrell, .director of
administrative serves for the
Santa Rosa County School
Contingent on funds,
Harrell hopes to see full
implementation by November
or December. Harrell says the
cost will be $50,000 to get
See GPS page 4A

Ihis bucket truck flipped over at the corner ot Woodbine Rd. and Hwy. 90 when the driver attempt-
ed to miss a motorcycle. A Pace Volunteer Firefighter is shown here keeping an eye on a potential
fuel leak.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Ordinances keep skaters in park,

in check, and sex offenders out

The Milton City City
Council voted unanimously in
favor of three ordinances.
The first ordinance estab-
lishes certain rules and regula-
tions for the park as law. John
Norton, City of Milton Parks
and Recreation Director, pre-
viously stated, "We already
had a set of rules, but by mak-
ing that into an ordinance, it is
a law."
Some of the rules include:
all users must wear a helmet at
all times while using the park,
no alcohol or tobacco products
are allowed, no persons other
than authorized users are

allowed in the riding area of
the park, each user must have
a signed liability release
agreement on file with the
City of Milton prior to using
the park, glass containers are
prohibited within the park,
and no loud music is allowed.
The park is open seven
days a week from 8 a.m.-10
There is a $50 fine for the
first offense, $100 for the sec-
ond, $200 for the third, and
$500 for the fourth and all
subsequent offices. Violators
may also be prohibited from
entry to the park for a period
of 90 days.
The second ordinance pro-

hibits persons required to reg-
ister as sexual predators or
sexual offenders from entering
or occupying city parks.
Mayor Guy Thompson
recently said, "It is a way of
strengthening the protection of
our park system. So much is
going on right now, we want
our families to feel safer, and
it gives us a better way of pro-
viding safety in our parks." He
adds, "Even though you have
an ordinance doesn't mean
things are going to stop, you
have to have someone enforce
According to the Florida
Department of Law

Miton -ighn cnool varsity cneereaaers swept uie i.r
Cheerleading competition in Panama City Beach this weekend
with first-place three trophies. MHS junior varsity took home twc
first-place trophies from the competition. Several MHS cheer.
leader were given All Star awards, making them eligible for a
cheerleading camp in London in December.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough

Lawyer suspended

The Florida Bar, the
State's guardian for the
integrity of the legal profes-
sion, announced recently the
Florida Supreme Court in
recent court orders disciplined
21 attorneys, disbarring four,
suspending 12, placing four
on probation and reprimand-
ing five. Some attorneys
received more than one form
of discipline.
As an official agency of
the Florida Supreme Court,
The Florida Bar and its
Department of Lawyer
Regulation are charged with
administering a statewide dis-

ciplinary system to enforce
Supreme Court rules of pro-
fessional conduct for the
80,000-plus lawyers admitted
to practice law in Florida.
Officials point out that
court orders are not final until
time expires to file a rehearing
motion and, if filed as deter-
mined, the filing of such a
motion does not alter the
effective date of the discipline.
Rebecca Ann Schernitzki,
P.O. Box 325, Milton, has
been suspended for three
years, erlec[ii. e 30 days from a
May 3 court ,rder. (Admitted
Please see LAWYER page 4A

Milton welcomes

public info officer

The City of Milton intro-
duces Pamela Holt as public
information officer.
"The City feels it's
important to communicate the
business of the City to its citi-
zens. We want to improve the
level of service to our resi-
dents and we know Pamela
will assist us with this effort in
an excellent manner," says
City Manager Donna Adams.
Holt has worked as a staff
reporter for the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette, covering the
City of Milton, Santa Rosa
County government, and new
First published over ten
years ago, she worked as inter-
im editor for the Gulf Coast
Women's News, and free-
lanced for several publica-
tions, such . as Women's
Motorsport magazine, Good
Old Days magazine, the
Proverbs 31 Ministry, the

Pamela Holt

Historical News and the
Pensacola News Journal.
Holt has lived in Santa
Rosa County since 1994 and is
married to Dan Holt. She has
three children and attends
New Hope Community
Contact: cell 665-1294;
city hall 983-5411; email:

Joshua S. Harris, 19, was
charged earlier with two
counts of DUI manslaughter
and two counts of DUI serious
bodily injury, according to the
FHP. His toxicology revealed
a .129 blood alcohol content.
Harris was the driver of a
two-door Honda traveling
west in the outside lane of
U.S. Highway 90 in Milton at
about 10:40 p.m. on June 13.
Harris' car came up behind a
westbound sport utility vehi-
cle and reportedly struck its
rear, according to the FHP.
The SUV overturned and

ejected two passengers.
Shana M. Sanders, 22, of
Pace was pronounced dead at
the scene; Amanda "Pearl"
Davis, 21, of Milton, died later
at a hospital.
The driver of the SUV
24-year-old Jonathar
Schaefers of Pace was treated
for critical injuries. No one in
the SUV was wearing a seat-
belt. Harris' passenger, 18-
year-old Rebecca N. Norman
of Pace, was also treated for
critical injuries.
Harris was arrested that

Teen accused in DUI

was 'legally' drunk




Sunday, 7:57 p.m.
Hi. This is Jim. This is in
response to Jean who seems to
think our Florida Law
Enforcement Officers are out
to bust people just for the big
almighty dollar. Try living in
other states where drugs and
alcohol run rampant on the
waters and beaches. Where
children and even adults are in
fear of their lives because of
these people. Try going boat-
ing and being in fear of some
drug or alcohol impaired boat
coming at you. Boats don't
stop like cars do. And as far as
a bunch of officers being on
the beaches I doubt it, maybe
one or two and if you are one
of whom they checked maybe
they had a good reason for it.
Have you something to hide?
Conscience bothering you?
Some day you may need one
of these officers to help you. If
you break the law you deserve
to pay the almighty dollar.
These officers put their lives
on the line so law-abiding cit-
izens can enjoy the beaches
and water. Think twice before
you bash one of Florida's Law
Enforcement Officers.

Sunday, 1:31 p.m.
This is Mary and I am a
frequent traveler on Munson
Highway and the people that
ride bikes or walk on the
Blackwater Trail, they need to
learn that the signs on their
side it says stop. And the peo-
ple driving the automobiles
don't have a stop sign. Several
times now I have gone there
and people walk out right in
front of you. Someone is
going to get killed there. They
need to understand the sign
says stop.

Sunday, 8:14 a.m.
There's plenty of revenue
in our Santa Rosa County. Our
counties elected officials need
desperate organization on
ways to spend our tax dollars.
Let's face it people, the key
word is where our money is
being distributed. Good grief.
We have enough parks already
with no security. We need
streetlights, not red lights. Our
courthouse should have been
20 years ago. And stop build-
ing those housing complexes.
Strap some steel to your belts
and distribute our money
where it should have been
years ago. And think safety,
not greedy. Melba.

Sunday, 7:37 a.m.
How can our Santa Rosa
County allow these smoking
areas at our hospitals-espe-
cially in front of these proper-
ties, let alone in behind these
buildings. I read your article
Thomas about the gazebo situ-
ation. Thank you. This is very
sad. Our county needs to strap
on the steel and get a grip.

Sunday, 7:21 a.m.
As I observed the men at
the intersection on June 16 in
Gulf Breeze collecting money
I was shocked. This is by the
Wal-Mart area. Where are our
safety issues? They must be
out the window in Santa Rosa

You may Speak Out
any time, day or night. Just
call our Speak Out line at
623-5887 and leave your

County. That intersection is a
danger zone for panhandling
of any kind. Seriously would
you want your children, moth-
er, or father at that intersection
with this unsafe occurrence?
Thank you, my name is Mel.

Sunday, 7:11 a.m.
Some sandwich chain
restaurants have the sickest
television commercials. I
think they are very unprofes-
sional and sloppy. Talk about
losing your appetite. All their
ads look unsanitary. When it is
time for a hungry meal there
are so many eateries in the US
that we enjoy. Sorry sloppy
hamburger commercials, I
hardly have an appetite. I will
not take my children places
that advertise unclean looking
commercials. Thank you my
name is Mel.

Saturday, 9:04 a.m.
This is Thomas in Pace.
Our friend Jim's column about
people working out in the
fields, cotton, pulling weeds in
a field, and what not. They
were talking about dogs and
horses and dogs tied out in the
open sun all day long 24/7.
Because people have enough
sense to get in the shade and
drink some water. But these
poor animals can't get out of
the sun when no shake is pro-
vided for them. We are talking
about animals not people. All
the animal abuse. No shade,
no fresh water, no cold water.
Thank you.

Saturday, 8:31 a.m.
This is Jessie in Pace.
Thursday afternoon about
5:30 p.m. my wife's truck
broke down on Hamilton
Bridge Road on top of that hill
around the curve. And I just
wanted to thank the deputy
who drive by her and left her
sitting there in the middle of
the road. He didn't even offer
to stop and help her or get her
some assistance. I just wanted
to thank that individual. Thank
you very much.

Friday, 10:22 a.m.
Yes, I just want to say
thank you to the Press Gazette
for printing my name with
section five under appliances
in plain bold letters in the
Wednesday, June 13 edition. I
won five dollars and got a cer-
tificate to CiCi's Pizza. Once
again, thank you Press

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Thomas David
Thomas David Tharp, age
46, passed away Sunday, June
10, 2007. Mr. Tharp was a
lifelong native of Escambia
and Santa Rosa Counties. He
was of the Christian faith who
loved hunting and fishing. His
biggest pride were his children
and wife, and owning his own
business, Tony's Hauling. He
was a loving husband and
Mr. Tharp was preceded in
death by his father, Willis
Tharp. He is also preceded in
death by his mother, Myra J.
Mr. Tharp is survived by
his loving wife-Ethel Lynn
Tharp; his son-Ray Martin;
daughter-Robin (Matt)
Marshall; his Dad-Coleman
Parker; brother-Charles
(Vickie) Parker; four sisters-
Sandy (Jim Ernest)
Kennington, Susie (David)
Lewis, Sue Radke, and Evelyn
Tharp; and numerous aunts,
uncles, nieces, nephews, and
Funeral services for Mr.
Tharp were 11 a.m., Friday,
June 15, 2007 at Lewis
Funeral Home Milton Chapel
with Rev. David Lewis of
Woodbine Baptist Church offi-
ciating. Burial followed in
Calvary Baptist Church
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Visitation
was from 6 to 8 p.m.
Thursday, June 14, 2007, at
Lewis Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were employ-
ees of Tony's Hauling.
Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel is in charge of
"Our loving father will be
very missed this Father's Day,
but in our hearts always.

Betty Louise
Betty Louise Brannon,
age 75, passed away
Wednesday, June 13, 2007.
Mrs. Brannon was a native
and lifelong resident of Santa
Rosa County. She worked for
a local Tom Thumb for a num-
ber of years. Recently, she was
employed with Korner Kwik
Stop, in Pace. Mrs. Brannon
was the daughter of the late
Buster and Trudie Ates. She is
also preceded in death by her
husband-Elmer Brannon; her
sister-Sandra Wolfe; a
Burgess; and a grandson-
Skipper Miller, Jr.
Mrs. Brannon is survived
by her son-Burl "Mann"
Mitchem, of Milton; her four
daughters-Sharon (Jim)
DiNovo, of Uriah, AL, Linda
(Buddy) Kellis, of
Zephyrhills, FL, Patricia
(Bobby) Kimmons, and
Katherine (F.C.) Brake, both
of Milton, FL; nine grandchil-
dren, 15 great grandchildren,
and three great-great grand-
children; four brothers-
Herbert (Jean) Ates, of Milton,
J.W. (Betty) Ates, of Milton,
Buster Ates, Jr, of Brewton,
AL, and Glenn (Jane) Ates, of
Milton; her three sisters-
Shirley (Ray) Blackwell, of
Repton, AL, Mary Ann Blair,
and Hazel (Johnny) Peaden,
both of Milton; and numerous
nieces, nephews and friends.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Brannon were 11 a.m.,
Saturday, June 16, 2007 at

Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel with Rev. Larry Webb
officiating. Burial followed in
Jay Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Visitation will be from 7 to 9
p.m., Friday, June 15, 2007, at
Lewis Funeral Home.
Active pallbearers were
Mayhew Brake, Harry Harris,
Junior Evers, Cory Brake,
Michael Wolfe, and J.B.
Honorary pallbearers were
J.D. Cooley, Ken Mitchem,
and Roger Harris.
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton is in charge of arrange-

Amanda "Pearl"

DP ea ra 1
Davis, age
21 of
passed away
June 14,
2007 from
received in

injuries she
an automobile

accident. She was the Pace
High School 2004
Homecoming Queen and a
Pace High Cheerleader. Pearl
was employed with Chet's
Seafood and a current student
at PJC.
She is survived by her par-
ents-Debbie and Bill Davis
of Milton; her brothers-
William C. Davis and Paul
Davis, both of Pensacola; her
fianc6-Lance Crull of


SRACF meeting
The Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation will hold
its annual meeting on June
22nd at the Dragonfly Gallery,
5188 Escambia Street in his-
toric downtown Milton. The
meeting and reception will be
from 5:00 till 7:00.
SRACF will present the
2007 grants recipients during
the event. Also, treasurer's and
committee reports will be
given. A slate of nominees for
office will be presented to the
membership for the annual
election. Nominations will be
accepted from the floor.
Installation of officers will fol-
low the election.

Jay High

Public Hearing

The Santa Rosa-County
School Board will hold a pub-
lic hearing on Monday, June
25, 2007, at 6 p.m. at the Jay
High School Auditorium to
discuss Jay HS

City of Milton

Meetings coming
Growth, Development &
The Milton Growth,
Development and Annexation
Committee will meet on
Thursday, June 21, 2007 at 3
p.m. in Conference Room B of
City Hall.
Personnel Committee

Milton; paternal grandmoth-
er-Fanny Davis of
Pensacola: maternal grandpar-
ents-Mack B. and Joe Ganey
of Pensacola; god parents-
Ken and Sandy Griner of
Milton and a host of relatives
and friends.
Funeral services were 11
a.m., Monday in the Lewis
Funeral Home, Milton Chapel
with Bro. Frank Lay officiat-
ing. Burial followed in Crain
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
The family received
friends, Sunday evening from
6 to 8 p.m. in the funeral
Active pallbearers were-
Lance Crull, Ralph Bryan, Big
Dusty, Little Dusty, Tom
Tompson, Ryan Griner, Andy
Brown, Mickey Lassiter, and
Little John.

Green, III,
James W.
James W. Green, age 28,
of Milton passed away peace-
fully Wednesday, June 13 with
his family by his side.
He is survived by his
son-Chase William Green;
father and step-mom-James
and Linda Green; grandmoth-
er-Betty Sharp, sisters-
Roxanne and Holly Green;
aunt and uncle, Cheryl and
Keith Madden;. cousins-
Amanda (Eddie) Flores and
Daniel (Terra) Madden.
Visitation was from 6 to 8
p.m., Monday, June 18, 2007
at Brownsville Baptist
Church, 2601 W. Strong
Street. Funeral services were

munity I
The Personnel Committee
will meet on Thursday, June
21, 2007 at 8:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B at City
Parks and Recreation
The City of Milton Parks
and Recreation Committee
will meet on Monday, June 25,
2007 at 8:30 p.m., in
Conference Room B of City
Benevolent Cemetery
The Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet on
Monday, June 25, 2007 at 2
p.m. in Conference Room B of
City Hall.
Except where noted, all of
the above meetings are at 6738
Dixon Street in Milton. All
meetings are open to the pub-
lic. For further information,
call 983-5411.

Early Learning
Coalition meets
The Early Learning
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County will meet on
Thursday, June 21, 2007 at 10
a.m. in the conference room of
the Santa Rosa Community
High Schools Building, 6658
Park Avenue, campus of
Milton High School. A joint
meeting of the Executive and
Finance committees will meet
prior to the full board meeting
at 9:00 a.m.

34th Annual Stewart-
Perritt Reunion set
The 34th Annual Stewart-
Perritt reunion will be held on
Saturday, June 30, 2007, in the
Gazebo at Floridatown Park.

10:00 a.m., Tuesday, June 19,
2007, also at the church.
Trahan Family Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-
Pallbearers were Daniel,
Wesley, Seth, Ryan, Ezra and
James will be missed by

Peter Charles
Peter Charles Shoemaker,
age 43, of Navarre, died
Wednesday, June 13, 2007 in a
local hospital.
Mr. Shoemaker was a
native of New York, but had
resided in Northwest Florida
since 1995.
Mr. Shoemaker was of the
Christian faith, and in the
words of his wife, his best
friend -
"Our 'Mr. Pete,' your
compassion and thoughtful-
ness for your family and
friends will be truly missed.
We rejoice in the knowledge
that you are in Heaven with
our Lord, the ultimate mira-
cle! We love you."
Survivors include his wife
of 19 years-Tina Shoemaker;
son-Christian; parents-
Richard and Mary Ann
Shoemaker; brother-Bob
(Terrie) Stonebreaker; sis-
ters-Nancy (Eric) Landis,
Diana (Dave) Armstrong; sev-
eral nieces and nephews, and
his dog-Nash.
A memorial service was
held at 2 p.m., Monday, June
18, 2007 in the Lewis Funeral
Home, Navarre Chapel, 7794
Navarre Parkway, Navarre, FL

All relatives and friends are
invited to attend. Please bring
covered dishes, lawn chairs,
favorite beverages, favorite
beverages, photo albums and
any family history to share.
The reunion will begin at 11
a.m. and lunch will be served
at 1 p.m., socializing until...
Games, swimming, mar-
ble games, etc., will be avail-
able. The reunion is held on
the last Saturday of June every

The Panhandle

Butterfly House

The fascinating metamor-
phosis from caterpillar to but-
terfly and the amazing habitat
of these beautiful creatures
can now be viewed up close at
the Panhandle Butterfly
Located next to the
Navarre Bridge in Navarre
Park on Highway 98, the
Panhandle Butterfly House is
an integral part of the Navarre
Nature Walk.
The exhibit is open on
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. and on Sundays from
noon to 4 p.m.
Special tours for groups of
15 or more are available. Call
850-623-3868 to schedule a
The Panhandle Butterfly
House is totally funded
through donations and grants.
The ongoing operation
depends on the generosity of
visitors to the exhibit.


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Sheriff's Report

Ma\ 10 to May 17. 2007
Preston. James Daniel:
Male: I: 2164 Flagler Dr.
Navarre: Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $1.000 or More,
Burglary of Unoccupied
Dwelling. Unarmed, No
A I, i. ,j 5/10/07
Ryan. Timothy James
William: Male: 16: 5062
Evergreen Dr. Gulf Breeze;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1.000 or More, Burglary of
Unoccupied Dwelling,
Unarmed, No Asslt/Batt,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/10/07
Tejcek, Dave Joseph;
Male: 42: 507 Tanner Ave,
Cleveland. TX: Fugitive From
Cottrell Jr., Richard
Robert; Male; 17; 4312 Chalet
Cir, Pace; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $200 and Under, Burgl
of Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larc Petit 1st Offense. 5/13/07
Ellison, William Charles;
male; 53; 6644 Cedar St,
Milton: Operate Motorcycle
W/O License, Drive While
License Susp 3rd or Subseq
Offense. 5/10/07
Gillespie, Andrew
Thomas; Male; 17; 3394
Indian Hills Dr, Pace; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $200 and
Under, Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Resist Officer
Obstruct W/O Violence,
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 5/13/07
Latham, Courtney
Nichole; Female; 20; 1504
Oak Drive, Gulf Breeze;
Fraud-Poss Display Blank
Forged Stolen Dr. Lie or Id.
Pope, Jessica Nicole;
Female; 17; 5208 Green
Springs Dr, Milton;
Flee/Elude Police-Flee Elude
LEO at High Speed. 5/11/07
Thampi, Jay Puthnveet;
Male; 26; 1703 Jasmine
Creek, Pensacola; Resist offi-
cer-Obstruct W/O Violence,
Possess Cocaine. 5/11/07
Thomas, .III, Joseph
NMN; Male; 33; 6501 Bass
. Ln, Milton: Burgl Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
//Person Inside, Larc-Grand
'heft $10,000 or More Less
jhan $20,000, Robbery No
Firearm or Weapon. 5/11/07
Weeks, Scotty Adolph;
Male; 35; 8165 Airport Road,

Veterans VA Briefing

Attention Veterans! As our
ranks grow due to the ongoing
conflicts, there is a need that
some veterans overlook. That
is filing a claim with the
Veterans Administration for
benefits that many veterans
are entitled to, but do not
know it.
On June 21, at 6:00 p.m.,
there will be a briefing for all
veterans, including active duty
approaching discharge, at the
American Legion Post 78.
There will be several
Service Officers in attendance
so you can ask one on one
questions. The Santa Rosa
County Veterans Service
Officer, Karen Haworth, will
be conducting the briefing,
and will schedule appoint-
ments for filing your claim
with VA.
Veterans who are not dis-
abled often will delay or for-
get about filing with the VA. It
is important to file while the
information is fresh and readi-
ly available.
The longer you wait the
harder it is to gather all the
information that the VA will
need to process your claim.
The American Legion is
located at 6025 Spikes Way
near the County Auditorium.
For more in formation call:
Tom Griffith. Commander
American Legion Post 78 @
623-5055 or Karen Haworth,
Santa Rosa County Veteran
Services (@ 626-8724.

DVDs for troops

Hey Veterans! Check this
out - another great way to sup-
port our troops! Like me, I'm
sure you have some DVDs
you can part with for such a

Milton: Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip -Possess And
Or Use, Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription.
Whittington, Phillip Scott;
Male: 19; 3059 Barco De
Villa, Navarre; Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 5/13/07
Oberholtzer, Frank
Hodges; Male; 69; 1943
Alamanda Ct, Navarre; DUI.
Hinote; Damon Joseph;
Male: 22; 7101 Sherman St,
Milton, FL; DUI. 5/07
O'Neil, Jonathan Norman;
Male; 21; 3102 Deep Water
Cove, Milton; DUI. 5/07
Silvanic, ,Jennifer Ashley;
Female; 27; 3063 Wallace
Lake Rd, Pace; DUI. 5/07
Drennon, Barry Joe;
Male; 34; 7582 John
Matthews Rd, Milton; DUI.
Vanderryt, David Wayne;
Male; 44; 1918 Vizcaya DR,
Navarre; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 5/07
Cruz-Juarez, Tomas;
Male; 27; 5097 Clinton Rd,
Pace, FL; DUI. 5/13/07
Hill, Thomas Joe; Male;
55; 4633 Gunter Rd, Milton;
Battery-Touch or Strike, Larc-
Petit Third or Subseq Off,
Resist Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Discord Conduct-
Disorderly Conduct. 5/15/07
Johnson, Frank James;
Male; 38; 6930 Woodley Dr,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/15/07
Madjidi, Amy Nacole;
Female; 26; 6443 Baxley Rd,
Milton; Contempt of Court-
Circuit, Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 5/15/07
Bocanegra, Steven Alaniz;
Male; 50; 1909 Skinner Rd,
Houston, TX; Fugitive From
Justice. 5/15/07
Davis, Curtis Vonshaye;
Male; 16; 3354 La Leyenda
Ct, Gulf Breeze; Larc-Retail
Theft $300 or More 1st
Offense. 5/15/07
Gilchrist, Tristan Terrell;
Male; 18; 3223 Miller St.,
Pensacola; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 5/10/07
Snow, Krystal Colleen;
Female; 17; 1160 Pine St,
Gulf Breeze; Battery-Felony
Batt Result from Bodily
Harm/Disability. 5/15/07
Ternon, Jason Robert;

wonderful cause!

Ed McMahon wants DVD
Gifts for Troops
Former longtime "Tonight
Show" sidekick Ed McMahon
is urging people to donate
DVDs for U.S. troops in Iraq,
to provide a safe and comfort-
ing escape from the current
hostile environment.
"This program accom-
plishes two things: the troops
are entertained and they know
that citizens at home care and
support them," McMahon, 84,
said Wednesday during cere-
monies at the Palm Springs
Airport's USO facility.
Operation DVD collects
new and used DVDs to distrib-
ute overseas to U.S. military
This year-old program has
collected more than 250,000
DVDs and hopes to continue
to provide entertainment for
our troops.
"This war in Iraq is unusu-
al because soldiers never
know where the next attack
will come from.
They need a safe mode of
recreation since they become
potential targets playing soc-
cer or softball outdoors," said
McMahon, a retired Marine
officer who flew artillery-spot-
ting missions in the Korean
Rev. Scott Dryden in
Kansas last May was contact-
ed by a soldier requesting
books and DVDs for troops
overseas. The group American
Veterans - AMVETS - then
took on the project.
Yes, our local AMVETS
post is accepting DVDs for
our troops overseas. DVD
donations can be taken to
AMVETS at 6333 Old
Bagdad Hwy, Milton.

Gulf Breeze: DUI. DUI and
Damaged Prop. Hit & Run-
Leave Scene of Crash Involve
Damage to Prop, Battery on
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc..
Resist Officer With Violence.
Peterson, Cedrick
Bernard: Male; 27; 1000
Watson St, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Scott, Sr., Kavar Leonard;
Male; 24; 4203 Lexington
Farms Dr, Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 5/17/07
Sheffield, Carlton
Gregory; Male; 19; 2022
Avenida De Sol, Navarre;
Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling, Unarmed, No
Asslt/Batt, Larceny-Grand
Theft $5,000 or More Less
Than $10, 000. 5/17/07
Summers, Sr., Carl Henry;
Male; 47; 5124 Bodega Dr,
Milton; Sex Offender
Violations-Fail to Report or
Respond to Address
Verification. 5/17/07
Trumble, Curtis Bradley;
Male; 37; 2043 Navarre Pkwy
Box #9, Navarre; Probation
Violation Felony, 5/17/07
Williams, Ashanti Laon
Reann; Female; 20; 4400
Devauville St, Pensacola; Use
of False Adversely Affects
Another. 5/17/07
Dean, Jimmy Wayne;
Male; 44; 10003 Salem
Church Rd, Andalusia, AL;
Fugitive From Justice. 5/17/07
Barbaresi, Andrew James;
Male; 17; 286 Gene Hurley
Rd (NAFI High Risk)
DeFuniak Springs; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling,
Unarmed, No Asslt/Batt, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Larc Grand
of Firearm. 5/17/07
Catanzarite, Jacob
Andrew; Male; 31; 8000
Palafox St, Pensacola;

Blue Jeans


Festival and

Bull Riding

Tickets are on sale now for
the Wal-Mart Blue Jeans &
BBQ Festival and Bull Riding
Competition held from 6:00
p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Saturday,
July 14 at Hayes Ranch, locat-
ed at 5097 Berryhill. Rd. in
Milton. Tickets to the event
are only $15 and children 12
and under are free.
Blue Jeans & BBQ will
offer a festival with food and
entertainment for the whole
family including a Kiddie
Korral with children's games
and activities. The highlight
of the festival will be a bull
riding competition, which
begins at 8:00 p.m. Proceeds
from the event will benefit
Covenant Hospice, allowing
the not-for-profit organization
to continue to provide com-
passionate care to terminally
ill patients and their families.
Tickets for Blues Jeans
and BBQ are available at the
gate, or by calling 438-9714.
For more information about
the festival or for sponsorship
opportunities, contact Mandy
Rigsby at 438-9714.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization
dedicated to providing com-
prehensive, compassionate
services to patients and loved
ones during times of life-limit-
ing illnesses. Since dying is
part of the normal process of
life, the focus of Covenant
Hospice is to enable our
patients to live as fully and
comfortable as possible in
their home or home-like set-
ting, to provide dignified pal-
liative care, to assist patients'
loved ones in coping with end-
of-life issues and the eventual
death of the patient, and to
improve care for all patients at
the end of their lives by exam-

ple and education.

Male: 26: 3820 Gatewood Dr,
Pensacola: DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off, Refuse to sub-
mit to DUI test. 5/15/07
Andrews. Melissa Jean;
Female; 29: 5783 Pine Ridge
Dr. Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Neglect Child-Without Great
Harm. 5/16/07
Boykins, Shannon
Maurice: Male; 33; 5326 Hwy
182, Jay; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/16/07
Czowski, Trisha Lachelle;
Female; 22; 14511 Trisha Ln,
Tomball, TX; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/16/07
Singley, Richard Wayne;
Male; 39; 3212 Riverside Dr.
Mobile, AL; Lewd Lascv
Behavior-Molest Vict Less
12YOA Offender 18 YOA or
Older (5 cts.), Neglect Child-
Without Great Harm. 5/16/07
Mayo, Jesse Allan; Male;
19; 5042 Henry St, Milton;
Lewd Lascv Behav-Vict 12
YOA up to 16 YOA Offender
18 YOA Older. 5/16/07
Burt, Sabre Dwayne;
Male; 20; 6390 Sandy Ln,
Milton; Aggrav Battery-
Offender Knew/Should Have
Known Vict Pregnant (domes-
tic violence). 5/17/07
Dowell, Rube Allen;
Male; 37; 5 Calhoun Ave,
Destin; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/17/07
Duncan, Sr., William
James; Male; 41; 1942
Highway 87 South, Navarre;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use,
Evidence Destroying Tamper
With or Fabricate Physical.
Gibson, Cherry Yvonne;
Female; 42; 4029 Burns St,
Pace, FL; Synth Narcotic
Distrib Schedule 1 & II.
Kallutz, Lynette Adele;
Female; 42; 2104 Bergren Rd,

Evidence-Destroying Tamper
with or Fabricate Physical,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
Neblett, Candy Sue;
Female; 47; 2754 Oakey Ct,
Navarre; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
Kallutz, Lynette Adele;

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started and roughly $350,000
for the entire 325 bus fleet
completely installed with GPS
system and software.
"The biggest thing is stu-
dent tracking... we are going
to be able to give up-to-date
data to parents if they call,"
says Harrell.
Harrell says there are two
different types of GPS track-
ing types. The Santa Rosa
County School Board decided
to go with the cellular-based
system because, "Anytime
there are changes to the sys-
tem, they can do it wirelessly,
there is no maintenance on the
towers because they are
owned by Sprint and Nextel, it
is quicker to implement, time-
line issues, and it is more reli-
able and a better fit for us right
According to Harrell.
Recently, Harrell visited
Sarasota where the radio fre-
quency type GPS system has
been used for two years.
Sarasota officials . say their
experience was "very posi-

The system is able to
detect a variety of things,
including speed, direction,
whether or not the school bus
stopped at a railroad crossing,
whether or not a stop was
made properly and how long it
was waiting at the stop, if the
student cross bar is out cor-
rectly, and idling time.
"We'll have a server that
collects all of that data," says
Harrell. There will also be
planned routes and actual
routes that are mapped.
The tracking software will
be able to detect whether or
not the bus driver is following
the planned route. "They
should match-up," says
Some parts of the county
in rural areas, such as the
Blackwater State Forest may
result in "dead spots" for the
"It can certainly happen,
we'll have to find those... The
minute (the bus) gets to where
it can send a signal, it will
send that data," says Harrell.
He says, the box has the
capability to save data for 24


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Schernitzki illegally
obtained sole ownership of a
property jointly owned by her
and her boyfriend by causing a
forged quit claim deed to be
filed. She also misrepresented
to the court that she was the
sole owner of the property.
(Case No. SC05-735)
The Supreme Court of
Florida reports, "The uncon-
tested report of the referee is
approved and respondent is
suspended from the practice of
law for three years, effective
thirty days. from the date of
this order so that respondent
can close out her practice and
protect the interests of existing
"If respondent notifies
this Court in writing no

longer practicing and does
not need the thirty days to pro-
tect existing clients, this Court
will enter an order making the
suspension effective immedi-
"Respondent shall accept
no new business from the date
this order is filed until she is
reinstated. Judgment is
entered for The Florida Bar,
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Optimist awards scholarships

Milton Optimist Club
awards scholarships
Several area high school
graduates were awarded
Scholarships at the end of this
Jast school year.
The Optimist Club is very
leased that once again they
:an provide financial aide to
area graduates.
Three seniors from
Central High School were
given a $500 scholarship.
Katie Oakes received an
endowed scholarship to be
used at PJC. Maggie Everidge
also will be attending PJC, and
Gretchen Cotten will use her
$500 at the school of her


The category was
announced and then you could
see people in the audience,
some prospective award win-
ners, go from wondering who
emcee, Clairen Reese, was
reading about, to "Oh my
gosh, that's me." And then,
they'd sit and wait, oh so
patiently, for her to finish
reading the narrative touting
their accomplishments and
read out their name. They
stood and then walked to the
stage to receive their award.
Winners were not told in
advance, only notified being a
It was the 1st Annual
Women In The Arts Awards at
the Santa Rosa County
Auditorium on Tuesday, June
12, that surprised over sixteen
young ladies, women and
businesses and organizations
throughout Santa Rosa
County. The youngest recipi-
ent was only twelve years of
age. Nominations were open
for the public to submit names
and those received were
judged for their contributions
to the arts, the community and

At Milton High School,
seven seniors received a total
of $4,000 in awards.
Mary Postell was given a
$1,000 scholarship to PJC.
Lauren Cole and Krystal
Smith each received $500
awards to PJC. Fellow gradu-
ates Amanda Behm, Alyse
Clark, Katie Trease and
Rachel Wolfe each were pre-
sented $500 scholarships to
attend the school of their
Members of the Milton
Optimist Club congratulate
each of the winners and wish-
es them the best of everything
in their future schooling &
career choices.

Milton Optimist Club member, Robert Land, presented the club's
Achievement in Education Award to Alanna Langham, a third
grade teacher at Rhodes Elementary School. Langham has used
her teaching skills to bring out the very best achievements in each
of her students. Her class was 1st in Reading Growth at Rhodes
and 2nd in Reading Performance. Langham's class ranked 34 ol
116 in the Santa Rosa School District.

Club honors Women in the Arts

on their involvement with
other women.
The GFWC Milton
Woman's Club, Inc. sponsored
the awards event. It was the
culmination of a year of their
Women In The Arts series.
The series was sponsored in
part by a grant received from
the Great Gulfcoast Arts
Festival and by Corporate
Sponsor, Jennifer Byrom.
Guests enjoyed entertain-
ment by Jessica Thurmond
Jarina, daughter of Laurie and
Mark Jarina. This extremely
talented 21 year old, received
a standing ovation at the con-
clusion of her program. The
dynamo entertained guests
with not only her voice, but
with her superb piano accom-
paniment to her closing. song,
one she wrote especially for
the evening's event, My
Miracle Lullaby, a piece she
wrote in memory of her moth-
er who died of breast cancer
six days after her thirteenth
Cecile Stephens, 1st vice
president and art department
chairman, also. served as chair-
man of the event, with Paula
Lou Mapoles, the club's presi-
dent, serving with her.
Stephens welcomed guests
and nominees to the event and
Mapoles spoke on the role of
the Woman's Club in the com-
City of Milton Mayor,
Guy Thompson, delivered
welcoming remarks and com-
mended the Woman's Club,
Stephens, and Mapoles on the
outstanding job they do for the
City of Milton and all of Santa
Rosa County. Craig Perry, of
the Great Gulfcoast Arts
Festival, spoke on behalf of
the Festival and told guests he
was amazed at what the club
had done on behalf of the arts
and women. The $1500 grant
received from the Festival
helped enable the Woman's
Club to present the awards
Cecile then read a letter of
congratulations from
Congressman Jeff Miller, who
was unable to attend. She was
also extremely pleased to
announce that although the

(above) Youngest award recipient, Alexis Gorham, winner in the
Literary Category, ages 12-18. Student at Avalon Middle School
and (below) Sandra Takaro-Miller, Artist-Visual Category. Both
are pictured with GFWC Milton Woman's Club, Inc. President,
Paula Lou Mapoles.
Submitted photos


letter did not arrive in time to
be read during the evening's
program, a letter of congratu-
lations to the winners is forth-
coming from the President of
the United States! You could
literally hear gasps from some
in the audience. Stephens
remarked, "Have you ever
heard the expression it takes
an act of Congress to get
something done!" She laughed
and said she's never had so
many emails and Washington
DC show up on caller ID in
her entire life as she's had the
past month. She had worked
hard for over a month trying to
get the task accomplished and

has been promised it will be
here. When it arrives, all win-
ners will receive a copy of it
and a copy of Congressman
Miller's letter.
Winners by category
included: Artist-Visual,
Sandra Takaro-Miller; Drama,
Judith Beasley; Instrument,
Marilyn Alvarez; Dance,
Janelle Kingry; Literary,
Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority;
Voice, Jessica Jarina;
Volunteer, Marianne
Richardson; Art Education,
Vicki Ford; Drama, 12-18
years of age, Kate Turner;
Voice, 12-18 years of age,
Claney Outzen; Dance, 12-18
years of age, Noelle Paige;
Literary, 12-18 years of age,
Alexis Gorham;
Communications, Pensacola
News Journal; Corporate,
Santa Rosa Medical Center;
Community Service, Santa
Rosa Art Association; and
Public Agencies, City of
Special Awards were also
presented to: Great Gulfcoast
Arts Festival; Teresa
Hendricks, for design of
Women In The Arts Logo; and
to the Santa Rosa County
School District for Exemplary
Achievement Art Education.
Certificates of Appreciation
were awarded to: Jan
Dowling; Kitty Grafton; Pat
Lochausen; Debbie McInnis;
Claudia Malmberg; Paula Lou
Mapoles; Carole Sheckart;
and Delores Toole.
If you are interested in
becoming a member of this
hard-working, community
service organization, please
call Mapoles at 850-626-9567
or email
for more information.

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cardiovascular disease, including: Sacred Heart Hospital and
West Florida Hospital

* Coronary Artery Disease (angina, heart attacks, chest pains)
* Arrhythmias (palpitations)
* Heart Failure (shortness of breath, leg swelling)
* Heart Valve Disorders (heart murmurs)
* Heart Block (fainting spells)
* High Blood Pressure
* Lipid Disorders (high cholesterol and complicated diabetes)
* Vascular Disease (partial strokes, walking leg cramps)

In Office Services
These include:
* Flu and pneumonia vaccinations * Blood and other laboratory tests
* EKG * Holter monitoring * Coumadin Clinic
* Treadmill stress testing * Echocardiography and Cardiac Doppler
* Pulmonary Testing * Carotid Ultrasound
* Pacemaker Analysis & Follow up
* We also treat other medical problems of our patients
* Management of complex Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus

Office Hours
Saimeae ts Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 - 5:00
oooovmen \ Wednesday 8:00 - 1:00 * Friday 8:00 - 4:00
Ljjt" nJoseph M. Cherian, MD


5952 Berryhill Road * Milton, Florida 32570


WHEREAS, Keith and Fran Harris, has petitioned to vacate,
abandon, discontinued and renounced any interest and right of
the public in and to the following described property to wit:
The alleyway located between lots 4 through 6 and lots 7
through 9 of block 30 in the Floridatown Subdivision as
recorded in Deed Book A-8, page 76, of the public records of
Santa Rosa County, Florida. .
AND WHEREAS, a time and date has been established for a pub-
lic hearing for the Board of County Commissioners to consider the
advisability of exercising its authority pursuant to Chapter 336 of
the general statutes to vacate, abandon, discontinue, renounce
and disclaim any right or interest of the public in and to the above
described property.
NOW THEREFORE, all interested persons and the the public
generally are directed that a public hearing upon the above men-
tioned Petition, shall be held by the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa County, Florida, in the
Commissioners Meeting Room in the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center located at 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida on the 12th day of July, 2007, at the hour of 9:30 a.m.
cst/cdst, or as soon thereafter as the matter can be considered.
All interested parties should take notice that if they decide to
appeal any decisions made by the Board of County
Commissioners with respect to any matter coming before said at
said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to insure that a
record of proceedings they are appealing exists and for such pur-
pose they will need to insure that a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony and
the evidence upon which their appeal is to be based. Interested
parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to-
this matter. |

Wednesday-June 20, 2007

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

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Continued from page one
Enforcement (FDLE),
there are currently 57 in-state
sexual offenders under super-
vision and three in-state sexu-
al predators under supervision
in Santa Rosa County.
Recently, the City of
Milton passed an ordinance
amending an ordinance clari-
fying skateboarding is prohib-
ited on the streets and high


Continued from page one
City of Milton code enforce-
ment officer.
According to Holley, on
an average day her department
personnel will pick up
between 100-120 signs. "It
clutters, it does not create a
good curb's not fair
to the t.t\p.,i\ 't.,." says Holley.
Randy Jorgenson,
Planning M l. .a i for the City
of Milton, echoes Holley's
"Its visual clutter, and
frankly it's a nuisance."
Officials are not sure the
increase in the ordinance will
stop the problem.

Santa Rosa water patrols still active

ways within the Downtown
Community Redevelopment
Area (DCRA). According to
the ordinance, no person shall
be permitted to use skateboard
skates, scooters, inline skates,
roller blades or "Soap" shoes
on property owned and main-
tained by the City of Milton,
including City parks unless
the area is designated to allow
such usage.

According to Jorgenson,
one way to influence people is
money and he says, "We hope
this will positively affect the
"It needs to stop, and if
someone has a yard sale, you
better sell $100 worth," says
Violators will be fined
$100 per violation, increasing
from $50. Violations include,
but are not limited to: yard
sale/garage sale/estate sales,
insurance sales; for rent/for
sale; lost animals, lost jewelry;
work from home, horseback
riding, music instrument, and
software lessons.

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World War II Veterans sought

Florida Freedom
The statistic is alarming.
An estimated 1,000 to 1,500
World War II veterans die in
the.United States every day.
So, there's an urgency to
recording their experiences for
generations yet to come.
And, there's hope that
those descriptions of encoun-
ters with German 88 mm
artillery, Japanese banzai
charges or K-rations would
serve as lessons about a global
war's effects on individuals
and countries.
Public television station

Green-Up has

annual sale of

Crepe Myrtles

As the crepe myrtles begin
to bloom throughout
Northwest Florida, Green-Up
Santa Rosa will have its annu-
al crepe myrtle sale through
June and July. Named vari-
eties of crepe's will be avail-
able in a wide variety of col-
They are all very well
rooted and ready to be planted.
One gallon plants will be
priced at $4.99, 3 gallon at
$8.99 and 7 gallon at $19.99.
Crepe myrtles are won-
derful trees for our area for
several reasons.
They bloom through our
hot summer, demand very lit-
tle attention and are extremely
storm resistant.
Green-Up Santa Rosa is a
program of the Santa Rosa
Clean Community System,
which administers over 20
environmental programs
throughout the county.
Proceeds from Green-Up
go toward public plantings
and in support of the environ-
mental programs.
The nursery is located at
6758 Park Avenue in Milton,
which is two traffic signals
north from highway 90 on
Stewart St, left on Park and
down about half a block on the
Hours of operation are
Tuesday through Saturday,
from 9 am through 5 pm. For
more information, call the
nursery at 623-1930.
The sale is June 18,

WSRE in Pensacola will com-
plement a seven-part PBS doc-
umentary about World War II
called "The War" that airs in
Septe mber by producing
shows two of its own.

How to participate
To take part in PBS televi-
sion station WSRE's "Gulf
Coast War Memories," call
(800) 239-9773, (850) 572-
2055 or e-mail

One program will be
about the ways Florida
Panhandle military installa-
tions, including Eglin Air
Force Base, contributed to the
war effort.

The other, titled "Gulf
Coast War Memories," will be

Officers with the Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Dvision
have been out on the
Blackwater River and
Coldwater Creek, along with
Juniper Creek-patrolling for
illegal activity.
Numerous citations were
handed out between June 9-13
by the Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Division of Law
Enforcement Field Operation
officers. These citations
ranged from fishing license
violations to underage drink-
On June 9, Officer Steve
Hoomes started a detail target-
ing illegal activity on
Coldwater Creek and
Blackwater River.
'Approximately 30 citations
and notices to appear were
issued for violations including
fishing license violations,
underage drinking, driving on
closed roads, and littering.
Three people were also taken
to jail; one for a warrant, one
for driving while license is
suspended or revoked, and
another for possession of con-
trolled substances without a
prescription and possession of
The same day, Officer
Royce Johnson and Reserve
Officer Lila Wise were check-
ing primitive camp areas in the
Blackwater River State Forest.
Three physical arrests and 11

vignettes based on the experi-
ences of Northwest Florida's

"We have heard from
dozens and dozens, maybe
hundreds, of veterans," said
Jill Hubbs, WSRE's educa-
tional services and community
outreach director.
"However, we haven't
heard from your area."

WSRE wants to include
views and remembrances of
veterans from Okaloosa, Santa
Rosa and Walton counties.

Hubbs stressed that "Gulf
Coast War Memories" isn't
about just servicemen. The
program hopes to capture rec-
ollections of people enduring
the war on the home front.

To help people learn the
best ways to record an oral
history or write a mini-mem-
oir, WSRE will partner with
the Library of Congress to
offer a Veteran's History
Project workshop. The date
and time will be announced.

citations were issued for vari-
ous violations including no
fishing license, alcohol in a
prohibited area, and glass con-
tainers in a prohibited area.
Also on June 9, Officer
Johnson and Officer Wise
were near the Blackwater
River State Park when they
saw a man driving in a reck-
less manner. He was fishtail-
ing his car and doing donuts
on a clay and sand county
maintained road in Harold.
When the officers were able to
get the car stopped, two adult
passengers and a nine month
old baby were in the car. The
baby's parents were in the car
and told Officer Johnson that
they were stupid to allow their
friend to drive like that with a
baby in the car. Officer
Johnson will notify Child
Protective Services to look
further into this matter.
After the incident and
before the Officers could leave
the scene, they assisted a
stranded motorist whose car
ran out of gas.
Officer Johnson had some
gasoline in the back of his
truck and got the motorist on
his way. Before he left, the
motorist commented that his
family always looked at cops
in a negative way. He said that
he appreciated the assistance.
On June 10, Officer
Johnson and Reserve Officer
Wise were checking primitive
campsites along Juniper Creek

People taking part in
WSRE's program might be
interviewed face-to-face or by
telephone. E-mails and arti-
facts such as letters also could
be used.

Stories that don't end up
in the local documentaries
won't be wasted.

"We want to document
everyone who (participates),
so it's entered into the nation-
al archive," Hubbs said.

and Blackwater River working
the same type of activity in the
Blackwater Wilderness
Management Area.
The officers wrote seven
citations for various violations
including littering and alcohol
abuse. A woman was also
located with an outstanding
warrant out of Escambia

County for a failure to appear
charge. She was booked into
the Santa Rosa County Jail on
the charge.
On June 13, two other
citations were given, both for
open containers.
Officers say the driver
was transported to the Santa
Rosa County Jail.

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Satute to Mrs. Etbef Dixon

outstanding citizen of the Pace
community. Mrs. Dixon, a retired
school teacher from tbe o0b Pace
E ementary Scbool, taught second
Sra e students for approximate[ o40
tears. During this period of time sbe
toucbe an be(peb to inspire anb
motivate ta e fives of bun.rebs of stu-
bents, (wibow of Sam Dixon). Her
love and compassion for oun0 cbif-
taiseven to thiS ay, are seco-n to

For tbe past 58 years Mrs. EtLe( Dixon 6as been a citizen of Santa Rosa
County. At th-e present time Mrs. Etbe( Dixon is Presibent of tbe Pace
Civic CLub, member of the Pace - Pea Ribge Homemakers, anb a mem-
ber of tbe Santa Rosa Couxnty Retireb Teachers Association. Sbe is very
active in cburcb work faitbfufLy attends funera services, anb always
takes time to vote.

The Pace community is bLessed and tbankfu[ to Mrs. Etiel Dixon for ber
constant love and contributions wbich bave belpe6 to make the Pace
community a wonderful[ pace to live.


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Wednesday-June 20, 2007

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

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


6A Wednesday June 20, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida



as a career

Nine firefighters were killed in a commercial structure fire in
Charleston, South Carolina last night.
Not since 9-11 have we had such a stark reminder of how these men
and women are willing to die to help others.
The national news reports say a furniture store was on fire with two
employees trapped inside when firefighters arrived. One person was res-
cued. They went back in for the second when the 'unthinkable' happened.
The support beams holding the roof collapsed. One reporter said the nine
were caught in a whirlwind of smoke and flames. Their bodies were
removed from the structure overnight and this morning.
We get annoyed when volunteer firefighters run up behind us on the
road and want us to move out of their way. We don't want to pay a higher
fire tax when they ask us because, well, it's another tax. We don't think we
are going to need their services. We hope we don't. And when we do, they
can't wish them there fast enough.
The calls around Santa Rosa County requiring the services of our fire-
fighters, volunteer and paid, range from fires to accidents, traumatic
injuries, water rescues and sick calls. They carry radios 24/7 and they are
ready to run out where they are needed to do what they are needed to do.
This editorial today isn't about supporting taxes or needing better
equipment. It's about the human side of any person who puts their life on
the line to help someone else. Firefighters, police officers, soldiers, emer-
gency personnel...these all jump to mind very quickly.
Behind those uniforms are people. And their families. And from day to
day it is impossible to know if something would happen in Santa Rosa, or
to Santa Rosa residents, that would put us on the face of the evening news.
We don't want to be there, but it could happen.
We appreciate our firefighters and all they sacrifice to keep us safe.
The news stories coming from Charlotte are talking about memorials
being established, flowers being show firefighters crying on
each other's shoulders. People are in shock and they are numb.
We need to make sure our local emergency workers know how much
we appreciate them. You don't have to be related to them to say thank you.
You don't have to have a firefighter as a friend to let them know we know
they could die one day inside our house or business, trying to find one of
our family members in the smoke and flames.
Many years ago, downtown Milton burned to the ground. Several
times. History shaped around those fires. Though at the time, a terrible
tragedy, the blazes helped the community back then realize they needed
more than a bucket of water and a neighboring county's fire department to
save this town.
Today, our fire services has expanded well beyond what they could
have imagined back then. But we still have a long way to go. How great
would it be for the volunteers who work full-time jobs and volunteer to be
paid for what they have the response times to fires be so quick that
reporters would have a hard time getting there before the fire is out.
Firefighting in Santa Rosa should be a career for these men and
women. They spend their own time training and working to keep this
county safe. The departments here who have more money due to special
legislation have beautiful departments, great equipment, one of them even
wanted to become its own ambulance service.
These are dedicated people. Here and in Charleston.
National news reports note:
" 'This is a tragic event for our community. The magnitude of which is
difficult to fathom or quantify,' Charleston Mayor Joe Riley said. One by
one, the bodies of the nine firefighters were removed from the charred rub-
ble overnight in what the mayor says is the worst thing to ever happen
here. Notes and flowers have been left at the base of a monument to the
firefighters in a small plaza next to the city's main fire house. One note
thanks the firefighters for their bravery and for putting their lives on the
line to "keep us all safe...'"

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Suppose a person is raped and
we arrest the rapist. Should his sta-
tus, whether he's a senator, profes-
sor or an ordinary man, play a role
in the adjudication of the crime
and subsequent punishment? I'm
betting that the average person
would answer that the law against
rape is general and non-arbitrary
and one's status should have noth-
ing to do with the adjudication and
punishment for
Sthe crime.
That's precisely
what is meant
Wby "rule of
law." Or, as
English jurist
A.V. Dicey put
it, "Every man,
whatever be his
rank or condi-
tion, is subject
to the ordinary
WILLIAMS law of the
realm and
amenable to the jurisdiction of the
ordinary tribunals."
Law in the true sense consists
of a set of general rules applicable
to all persons, as opposed to laws
that are simply orders by the legis-
lature requiring particular people
to do particular things. Rule of law
is critical to the preservation of lib-
erty. Unfortunately, most
Americans neither understand nor
appreciate this, and we are increas-
ingly being ruled by arbitrary
orders and privileges based upon
one's status. Let's look at a few of
them at the national level.
During the 1980s, many sav-
ings and loan banks made huge
losses because of chicanery, stu-
pidity and unwise investments.

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Congress bailed them out. In 1987,
when the stock market crashed,
many Americans incurred large
losses because of unwise, perhaps
stupid, investments. Equal treat-
ment before the law would require
that if Congress bails out one
American who makes unwise or
stupid investments, it should bail
out any American who makes
unwise or stupid investments.
Instead, Congress gave particular
people privileges because of their
A rule of law regime would
require that we scrap the Internal
Revenue Code in its current form.
What justification is there for dif-
ferent tax treatment of one
American because he has a higher
income, minor children or receives
his income from capital gains
instead of wages? Equal treatment
would require Congress to figure
out the cost of the constitutionally
authorized functions of the federal
government, divide it by the adult
population and send us each a bill
for our share. You say, "What about
the ability-to-pay principle of taxa-
tion to pay for the cost of govern-
That's just a politics of envy
concept that would be revealed as
utter nonsense if applied to any
other cost. Would you apply the
ability-to-pay principle to, say,
gasoline or food purchases where
different prices are charged to dif-
ferent people depending on how
many dependents they had, their
income, or whether their income
was derived from wages, dividends
or capital gains?
The fact that Americans have
become ruled by orders and special

privileges helps explain all the
money and graft that we see in
Washington. We've moved away
from a government with limited
powers, as our Founders envi-
sioned, to one with awesome pow-
ers. Therefore, it pays people to
spend huge amounts of money to
influence Congress in their favor,
that is, get Congress to grant them
privileges denied to other
Twenty-five years ago, dur-
ing a dinner conversation with
Nobel Laureate economist/philoso-
pher Friedrich A. Hayek, I asked
him if he could propose one law
that would restore, promote and
preserve liberty in our country,
what would that law be? Hayek
answered that the law he'd propose
would read: Congress shall enact
no law that does not apply equally
to all Americans. Hayek's sugges-
tion for full equality before the law
was both simple and profound and
would do untold wonders in foster-
ing the liberties envisioned by our
Founders. But I'm betting that
most Americans would greet
Hayek's proposal with contempt
after they realized that it would
mean Congress wouldn't be able
enact orders and play favorites with
different Americans.
Walter E. Williams is a pro-
fessor of economics at George
Mason University. To find out more
about Walter E. Williams and read
features by other Creators
Syndicate writers and cartoonists,
visit the Creators Syndicate Web
page at






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Press Gazette
FM: Pamba Thompson, ADC
- Milton

Dear Editor (and staff):
On behalf of the residents and
family members of Santa Rosa
Health and Rehab Center, thank you
for publishing the six photos sent to
you covering events during National
Nursing Home Week.
We know how happy it makes
them to see their pictures in the
Press Gazette.

Is the U.S. the

most hated?
FM: Raymond Johns

Dear Editor

The people of this world had
better be paying attention to what is

happening. Every nation in the world
is starting to hate the U.S. and every
day other nations are putting their
hit-men in place here. That's right,
even in Milton. Oh, let me tell you a
There is nothing human that man
can do to stop the coming of times'
end. Global warming they call it. The
.people of America need to be pray-
ing to the real God of time to give us
insight on the upcoming leaders of
our country, some of them are from
The plague of drugs, homosexu-
al lifestyle, alcoholism, babies out of
wedlock, out of control children, cell
phones, and computers, are all works
of the dark. I would hope that the
true parents would take a closer look
at this and try and win the children
over to Jesus. Because death is real,
and if we know that then we should
consider the fact that Heaven and
Hell are also real, and I tell people to
pay attention to life while you're
breathing God's air, because when it
happens to stop, you're dead. Please
folks pay attention to your children.
And please churches, tell our
children that there is nothing more

important than their soul, not drugs,
a boyfriend, a girlfriend, a lover, or
even a friend who will introduce
you to these things.

Teens, drinking

and driving

FM: Pamela Holt
Dear Editor:

I am a local writer and have even
worked as a reporter for this newspa-
per. But this time I am writing as a
mother and concerned citizen.
Drinking and driving does not
pay. It kills. Recently, Notre
Dame Regional High School stu-
dents participated in a docudrama
showing the perils of drinking and
driving. According to statistics,
somebody in the U.S. dies every 15
minutes in an alcohol-related car
This docudrama has teens
involved in making the film while
their friends, family and other stu-

dents have no idea they didn't really
die or become critically injured in
an alcohol related accident. The
"theory" is it doesn't become reali-
ty until it happens to you...or
someone you love dies or is critical-
ly injured with a "forever change."
The facts are this: adults and
teens need to stop and think... and
their culture needs to change to the
reality that their actions will have a,
consequence and the consequence,
of drinking will affect others and it
will not be positive.
After reading the news report
by Lynne Hough and the Woman on
the Edge column (via the internet),
it caused me to stop and consider
these statistics and the fact that
someone else has died--almost to
the date of the year anniversary--of
another alcohol related death.
It's so unnecessary.
It's so sad and such an injustice-
-yet society still turns a deaf ear, not
only to it's teens but to the unde-
serving, innocent public.
Will the docudrama be incorpo--
rated into other schools to show the
severity to teenagers who think it
could never happen again?


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interesting phenomenon to
i many .,.i the same
traits of being intoxicated.
I don't drink, but I also
don't 'eyci much so I suspect
that is what causes some of
my blunders.
I like to call them "duh"
For example, I walked
into the lady's room at work to
check a problem with my hair
a couple of weeks ago. As I
went inside, I glanced up at
the mirror, forgot to move my
hand and smashed my fingers
in the door.
I call my youngest son by
my oldest son's name.
I turn the radio down in
the car when I'm trying to
make it colder.
I pour a glass of milk, set
it on the counter and then
frown at it because I was
going for a glass of tea.
I set my alarm clock for
p.m. when it should be on a.m.
and when I go back to make
sure I did it right, I leave it
I lose my shoes nearly
every day. Of course, I have a
four-year-old who likes to
wear them and leave them
wherever she happens to be
standing when she gets bored.
with them, so that could-be
part of the problem.
I reach for a headache pill
and ten minutes later can't
remember if I took it. I don't
want to take too much, so the
only way to remedy the prob-
lem is to wait and see if my
headache goes away.
My life is divided by two
deadlines: Tuesday and
Friday-the days the Press
Gazette publishes.
So sometimes when I'fin-
ish the Tuesday paper, I feel
like the next day is Saturday
and I stick with it until I real-
ize I have to work the next,
If I bake something I
ALWAYS forget to turn the
oven off.
But in my own defense,
there are certain things I'm
really good at remembering.
Telephone numbers, mostly
because I hate looking them
up in the phone book-so I
conditioned myself years ago
to remember numbers.
When I interview some-
one on the phone, I have
instant recall and can write
down everything they've said.
I am very visual and can
take "photographs" in my
head of images I see, never
forgetting them.
I have this great built-in
"nagging" feeling when I've
forgotten to do something.
And it won't go away until I
remember what is nagging
I suppose having our
brains so filled with "things to
do" contributes to memory
problems. Thing that are
vitally important, I never for-
I've never forgotten my
child at day care.
I've never forgotten my
own birthday.
I know the route to
Milton Bakery with my eyes
I remember my grand-
ma's kiss on my cheek, the
way she used to hold her arm
across her stomach, look
down at the ground and -ili .
I remember how each of
my children looked right after
they were born. I can close my
eyes, and visit each of their
births mentally.
So, I suppose letting a big
heavy door slam on my fingers
is just a sign of being distract-
Obviously, I am remem-
bering the important things.

Radio c

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ai rways

She Santa Rosa County
Commission has pro-
claimed the week of
June 17 through June 24 as
Amateur Radio Week in Santa
Rosa County. The week will
culminate in a massive
Amateur Radio communica-
-, - . ..." . .... tions exercise.
-'~ ~ The Milton Radio Club
.will be setting up at
Carpenter's 'Park for a two-
day communications exercise
beginning June 23. The area
will be bristling with antennas
'-and the club will be operating
a number of radio stations in a
...,v single sideband (voice) mode,
CW (Morse code) mode and
will be contacting a satellite,
all using emergency generator
power. A demonstration of
communications using solar
power will also take place.
The annual field day is
V..sponsored by the American
Radio Relay League united
Canada and the USA in a mas-
sive competitive exercise. The
. event will continue through
the 24-hour period beginning
S at 1 p.m. on Saturday and end-
ing at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Over
the years, the Milton club has
steadily climbed in ranking
into the top half of all clubs
and is looking for even greater
achievement this year.
.. The skills: 'd eloped
through these exercises have
benefited Santa Rosa County
.,..over years of hurricanes.
_. . Hurricane Ivan's physical dev-
astation will likely remain
indelible in Santa Rosa
County history, but its deadly
effect on communications pro-
vided important lessons, such
as that of the Medical Needs
Shelter at Simms Middle
School. With communications
by telephone, cell phones and
police radios out during the
height of the storm, Amateur
Radio reliability held through-
out. This enabled critical com-
munications between that vital
shelter and the Emergency
Operations Center to continue
flowing. The county's amateur
radio operators have taken
these lessons seriously and
are, this year, better prepared
and equipped than ever.
As in the past, the public
is invited to visit the exercise
site at the main pavilion at
Carpenter's Park. There is also
an open invitation for the pub-
lic to visit the club at its regu-
lar meeting on the third
Monday of each month at 7
p.m. at the Milton Public


Summer Reading @
Your Library

Theatre Presentation -
Tiny Turkey - Comes to Santa
Rosa County Libraries.
As part of the Get a
Clue@Your Library Summer
Reading Program for Santa
Rosa County youth, the
Children's Theater of
Jacksonville State University
in Alabama will present "Tiny
Turkey Gets a Clue" during
the week of June 25. Tiny
Turkey is a superhero solving
super mysteries!
The time at each library is

12:30 and the date:
Monday, June 25: Jay
. Tuesday, June 26, Navarre
Wednesday, June 27,
Milton Library
Thursday, June 28, Gulf
Breeze Library
Registration and other
information about library
activities may be found at the
library website www.san- or at your local
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries are
located in Gulf Breeze, Jay,
Milton, and Navarre, and

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Wednesday-June 20, 2007

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Seating 216, China Sea is Milton's most

resourceful oriental restaurant and buffet

Just say "No!" Kick the
habit and take a break from
spending what seems like your
entire life in the kitchen, cook-
ing, feeding, cleaning up, and
then starting all over again.
Turn off the stove, take off
the apron, put away the pots
and pans, and get everyone
together for a visit to China
Sea buffet and restaurant
where one of the day's most
exciting adventures will come
You'll find nothing else in
town like it! Browse over five
food islands featuring more
than 150 items of delicious
food and deserts every day of
the week. But be forewarned:
Once you've tried it, chances
are you'll be hooked!
No matter how large your
family or how varied their eat-
ing habits, with the vast vari-
ety and the "all you can eat"
challenge at China Sea, how
could there possibly be any
And with a seating capac-
ity of 216, no matter how
many families come at the
same time, there's always
room at the table!
The concept of a comfort-
able environment and an
almost endless array of truly
delicious food, prepared by
professional chefs and pre-

sented in an attractive setting,
was developed by China Sea
owner Hua Chen.
And as a chef coming
from Mainland China more
than 16 years ago, he knows
both food and people, and also
has the knack and experience
of getting them together in the
most traditional fashion.
Chen's philosophy of pro-
viding the most delicious and
attractive meals at an afford-
able price, and served in an
agreeable atmosphere, is one
that's caught on big time.
Appetizers, soups, egg foo
young, vegetables, pork fried
rice, chicken, beef, sea food,
and a billboard of side orders,
are all everyday fare. Chef
specials like sesame chicken
and shrimp, orange chicken,
Kung Pao chicken, lemon
chicken, almond bonelsss
chicken, peanut buttered
chicken, and special combina-
tion plates will dazzle you.
Real Chinese food has
been and always will be the
focus of China Sea's offerings.
They seem to know, however,
that different people want dif-
ferent styles of food, so they
have diversified their
"islands," and offer various
types of food orn various isles.
There's one for heavy ori-
ental, one featuring Western,
one featuring fried food, and,
of course, there are deserts

galore on another.
On the buffet, if you see it
and like it, eat all you want.
Everyone's friendly, and
nobody will notice if you slip
back for seconds!
And with special lunch
plates served from the menu
beginning at just $3.99 and
regular buffet lunches for
$5.25, you might just wonder
if it's feasible to even go back
to the grocery store any more!
Dinners at $7.99 are a steal,
and with children 4-9 eating
lunch for $2.95 and dinners
for $4.50, you might consider
rounding up the neighborhood
kids and bringing them along,
You'll find China Sea to
be comfortable as well as an
oasis for outstandingly pre-
pared food. The atmosphere is
subdued, the tables are spaced
so that you're not touching
someone else's elbow, and a
sense of privacy pervades the
entire restaurant. Indirect
lighting gives the whole estab-
lishment an ambience of the
finest quality.
Chen has travelled exten-
sively around the country,
always with the idea of finding
a "place in the sun," so to
speak, an attractive part of the
country that he could identify
with and settle down in.
When he "found" Milton,
the search was complete.

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"This is the ideal place to
establish an upscale restau-
rant," he thought, and work
And all the-while he con-
templated a name for the
restaurant that he. would own
and be proud of. China Sea
seem to fit the bill completely.
It described the mood, it
denoted beauty and dimen-
sion, and suggested the cui-
sine that he wished to cele-
brate. And that's how the
name came to be chosen.
China Sea was completed
and opened to the public in
September of 2005 at 6554
Caroline Street (Highway 90)
in the Six Flags Shopping
Center. Since then, as the peo-
ple here- have "discovered" it,
it has become one of the most
popular oriental restaurants in
the area.
"The people in this area
are really wonderful to work
and socialize with," Owner
Chen said, "and we have tried
our best to respond by present-
ing them a quality place to eat
and entertain their friends in
an environment they can be
proud of."
While there are a number
of reasons for China Sea's
popularity, the convenience it
furnishes is right up front.
There is plenty of parking
just outside the front door, it's
open seven days a week, and
the hours are accommodating.
And all five experienced
chefs, including the owner
who supervises everything
that is prepared, are knowl-
edgeable and skilled in the
foods they prepare.
And takeout is available.
All you have to do is call 981-
8386 or 981-8486 to place an
order. Hours begin daily at 11
a.m. Monday through
Thursday China Sea is open
until 10 p.m. On Fridays and
Saturday, it's open until
10:30 p.m., and on Sunday it
is open until 9:30 p.m.
It's not only customer
friendly, it's especially kind to
senior citizens over 65 who
always get 10 percent off their
China Sea can accommo-
date groups of most any
dimension from 10 to 200, and
they have a completely private
dining room for groups that
prefer a keener sense of priva-
All have the same dimen-
sion of service and compati-
Owner Chen and his gen-
eral manager, Don Lau,
acknowledge that a loyal and
experienced staff always plays
a major role in the success of
any business, and his, he says
is no exception.
"The people who prepare
the food, the chefs who cook
it, those who serve the cus-
tomers, and the management
who shoulders the responsibil-
ity of maintaining community
relations and customer satis-
faction at China Sea are
among the finest you will find
anywhere," the owner says,
"and I am proud of every one
of them."
"Come and get hooked on
our food," Chen invites.
Once you've visited and
tasted what they serve,
chances are you will want to
come often.
And with the prices as
moderate as they are, it's
entirely possible, because it
will fit right into your budget,
even a family one!
As convenient as it is, it's
just a snap for area business
people to come by for lunch. If
you're in a hurry you'll find
that you can eat and run.
But if you're in a laid-
back mood, you can stick
around and relax for the whole
noon hour!
Be good to yourself and
your budget through the
enjoyment of eating what you
like without worrying about it
emptying your pocket book.
China Sea is an adventure
waiting to spring to life. Make
yours come alive today!

FAMILY PRIDE-China Sea owner, Hua Chen, also has family
responsibilities. His fifteen year old son, Xiao Dong Chen, is a
freshman in the 9th grade at Milton High School. You might get
a glimpse of him in the restaurant sometimes-at meal times!
Photo by Obie Crain

Yang, is an expert when it comes to preparing oriental food.
Cooking is an art as well as a profession, and as a chef, Yuan Jian
Ou Yang has mastered both with a flair that makes the job look
like fun-taken seriously!
Photo by Obie Grain

Tour of gardens coming

June 30 to Milton's PJC

Dr. Rick Schoellhom will
present a program entitled,
"Flowers, from around the
Globe to Your Garden and
Why That Doesn't Always
The event will take place
June 30th starting at 4:30 p.m.
A tour of The Gardens fol-
lowed by a catered supper at 5
p.m. in the student center at
PJC Milton Campus on Hwy.
90 at Avalon Blvd.
Dr. Schoellhorn will speak
beginning at 6 p.m.
It has been seven years
since Dr. Schoellhorn was
instrumental in the beginning
of the Gardens on the Milton
He says that he has come
to learn that ideas and gardens
are like seed themselves; we
sow them with a lot of hope,
but never knowing how they
will grow.
"It is so good to see how
much the Milton Garden has

grown and it is testament to all'
the people who have nurtured'
it." This program will not be'
one any gardener will want to
Dr. Schoellhorn will bring,
with him some of the funny
and interesting things he has.
learned over the last years to
share with all.
He will as he discusses:
plants he saw in other coun-
tries, the plant industry and
how it coordinates (or not)
with each other around the
Tickets are on sale now.
Cost is $25 for members of
Friends of the Gardens and
$30 for non-members.
Send your check made
payable to Friends of the
Gardens to:
FOG Tickets, c/o 6735
Hwy. 99, Molino, FL 32577.
For more information call,
Judith Begue 936-4150.
Hope to see you there.

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IJ.G. Whitfield Memorial

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Wahoo Ranch visits church

Monday morning came
as a great surprise for the
children participating in
Vacation Bible School. They
had a posse of cowboys and
cowgirls who came to join in
the fun this week. Those who
came were Tumbleweed,
Snakebite, Sidewinder,
Rawhide, Sheriff Sally,
Buckshot, Ric-a-shay, and
Coyote Cate. The children
were delighted and enthusi-
asm filled Friendship Hall.
They are involved in crafts,

games, snacks, dancing and
singing. All the while, Wahoo
Ranch Hands pitched in and
helped with the fun and
lessons! There is still time if
your children would like to
attend Wahoo Ranch! Call
Chumuckla Church, Patsy
Ard at 995-4261 or Elaine
Joseph at 626-6362.
A shuttle bus is available
to provide transportation if
needed. This event is free of
charge to all children 4 to 14
years of age.

Come to New Life VBS

Come deep into the
Amazon Rainforest as the
river runners go on expedi-
tion with the One True God at
New Life Baptist Church
Club VBS: Jungle Jaunt.
New Life invites all chil-
dren going into kindergarten
through Sixth grade for their
annual Club VBS. The river
runners (kids, that is) will
jaunt through adventure-
filled Bible stories, create
cool rainforest crafts, enjoy
rainforest rations, and ride the

recreation rapids.
New Life is happy to
offer this amazing Amazon
adventure to every child in
our community. We have
trained a fine team of river
guides (teachers, that is) for
this incredible adventure.
--- Club VBS: -Jungle Jaunt
will be held at New Life
Baptist Church on June 25
through June 29. The fun
begins at 8:30 and concludes
at 11:30 a.m. For more info,
please call 626-1859.


Local Church of the Year

Chumuckla United
Methodist Church has been
awarded "Church of the Year
by the Methodist Conference
recently. The 700 Church,
United Methodist Conference
made the award to this medi-
um-sized country church at
the annual conference in
Montgomery, AL.
Chumuckla Methodist has
experienced remarkable
growth and includes many
programs such as Stephen
Ministries (providing care for
folks in crisis), visiting sick
and lonely, After-School Care
service, summer camps, and
other ministries. Rev. Clive

Knights, "The English
Redneck Pastor," of
Chumuckla commented, "We
are very humbled by this
award. It just goes to show
what the Lord can do..."
Bishop Larry
Goodpaster, Bishop of the
Alabama/West Florida
Conference of the United
Methodist Church, stated
"Chumuckla United
Methodist Church was
awarded this honor as a medi-
um-sized church in light of
the amazing growth in atten-
dance, membership and new
Christians being led to faith.

Church Happenings
Fiesta VBS at Christ UMC
Come join us for a "Fiesta" fun-filled week of VBS activ-
ities like crafts, games, songs and snacks at Christ United
Methodist Church. It begins June 25 through June 29th, from
5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Come register the first evening (Monday)
of VBS at the church. Call for more information, if needed, at
623-8820. Looking forward to seeing you there!
United Pentecostal Church Rally
United Pentecostal Church of Berrydale, located on
Highway 4, approximately 7 miles east of Jay, will be holding
an "Old Fashioned Holy Ghost Rally" Friday (June 22) night at
7 p.m. Pastor Billy Smith and the church congregation invites
all area churches, along with surrounding communities for a
night of special singing and preaching. Refreshments will be
served in the fellowship hall after the service. If the church can
be of any assistance, please call 850-675-5333 or 675-3260.
Ordination Service at Shepherd's House
On Sunday, June 24th, Shepherd House Ministries will be
ordaining Raymond Johns to the position of Deacon and Ada
Johns to the position of Deaconess. It would be considered a
blessing from God if area church family would like to join in
with this service.
Ebenezer AOG to hold Singing
The Ebenezer Assembly of God, located at 4200 Ebenezer
Church Road in Jay, will be holding a Singing Saturday night,
June 23, at 7 p.m. The Singing Dyess Family from Opp, AL,
will be featured. Refreshments will be served after the singing.
For more information, call 850-675-0167, Pastor is Bobby
Silent Auction
Gadsden Street Methodist Church, located at 901 E.
Gadsden Street in Pensacola will be hosting a Silent Auction
for the benefit of Church on Wheels (COW). It will be Friday,
June 29th from 6 to 8 p.m. Entry fee is 2 food items for the
Church on Wheels food pantry. See for a
sampling of auction items and learn more about this innercity
mission. Auction items are welcome, tax deductible and pick
up is available. Some examples can be silver, collectibles,
antiques, practical and bargain table items. For more informa-
tion, call Rev. Erinkitolas at the Church on Wheels.

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' Ask the Preacher

S- ...a weekly column answering your ques-
tions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Since Jesus said to "turn the other
cheek" and since the 10 commandments say that - "Thou
shalt not kill", why would a Christian fight in a war or par-
ticipate in any type of violence at all?" - J.I. - Milton
Dear J.I.,
Certainly it is preferable if a Christian never has to fight
in a war or engage in any kind of violence at all within their
lifetime. Some are so blessed, but not all. However, please
don't make the common mistake of taking these two con-
cepts and scriptures out of context.
The teaching of "turning the other cheek" applies specif-
ically and directly to the action a Christian should take when
he or she is persecuted for their faith in Jesus. If one is
ridiculed, made fun of, misrepresented, etc., because of their
testimony for Jesus, they should take no vengeful action.
There is nothing wrong however for attempting to correct a
falsehood and reiterating the truth. Jesus did that all the time.
Turning the other cheek does not necessarily apply to
protection of one's life and property or one's nation from
enemy attack. How one specifically responds to any of these
situations is between them and the Lord, the circumstances
of the moment and the ultimate consequences of their action.
But, the "turn the other cheek" principle would not preclude
a Christian from protecting himself or someone else. I praise
the Lord that there are Christian law enforcement and mili-
tary officials serving and protecting our nation everyday! I
am thankful that when the enemy or a criminal attacks that
these Christian officers don't "turn the other cheek" - aren't
"Thou shalt not kill" - is an unfortunate translation in the
King James Version. The original Hebrew in that verse
means - "murder". There is a huge difference between "kill"
and "murder". Again, sometimes a police officer, military
soldier, Governments (through a judicious death penalty) or
even a private citizen protecting life and property has to,
unfortunately, KILL. But to murder someone is strictly pro-
hibited by God's Law and society's law.
I hope this clarifies these often misunderstood and mis-
interpreted Biblical concepts.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor ol
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptis
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987..He serves as an International Youtt
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more infor
nation about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock
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Jerry (known to family as
Buddy) and Albia (known to
most as Abby) were married
on June 22, 1957. Jerry was
born in Pace and- has lived
here his entire life. Abby is
originally from Caryville, FL,
and moved to Pace with her
family when she was seven
years old. Jerry and Abby met
in school and have been
sweethearts ever since. They
have two children, Bobby
Murphy and Cheryl Murphy;
1 grandchild-Barry Murphy
and 2 great-grandchildren-
Barry Murphy, Jr. and Blake
Jerry joined the U.S. Air
Force in the mid 1950s and
then went to work for the
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ment Jerry decided to open his
own company, Murphy Farms,
Inc., and he has been cutting
grass on airfields for the Navy
and roadside for the State of
Florida for over 20 years.
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away from home in 1980. She
has occasionally worked for
family and friends in the
flower business since that
time, but has never stopped
being the best wife, mother,
grandmother, great-grand-
mother and one fantastic cook.
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grandchild and great-grand-
children invite all family and
friends to an open house
reception in honor of their
50th Anniversary on Saturday,
June 23, 2007, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
at the Angus Restaurant on
Scenic Hwy in Pensacola.

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great-grandchildren invite all family and,
friends to an open house reception inl
honor of their 50th Anniversary onr
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her parents, Jeremy & Carrie, brother, Bray, in San Jose,
California. Brea's great grandparents are Foist Holley and Alice
Benton. Maternal grandparents are Butch & Carol Tucker. Her
paternal grandparents, Donald & Sharon Holley had the joy of
being with her on this very special dayl
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June 20, 2007
Section C

Power win division

17 Pensacola wins seventh division

crown behind Johnson's four TD's

years, and seven division
The Pensacola Power has
created its own little piece of
area history since being one of
the first teams in the National
Women's Football
Saturday the Power
clinched their seventh title
behind the efforts of Pace's
LaKeisha Johnson who rushed
for a career high 268 yards
and four touchdowns as the
Power defeated the New
Orleans Blaze 37-28 at
Emmitt Smith Stadium.
Next up for the Power is
another playoff berth as they
look to avenge last season's

20-0 loss to the Columbus
Comets, who will be their
opponent this Saturday at 7
p.m. at Escambia County High
Johnson and her fullback
Donzaleigh Patterson com-
bined for five Pensacola
touchdowns and nearly 310
yards rushing.
Johnson got things started
with the first rush of the game
as she scampered 56-yards for
the score and there was still
14:15 remaining on the clock.
"When we went to New
Orleans it was a very tough
and physical game," said
Johnson, who was a former
Auburn basketball standout
for the Lady Tigers. "Tonight,
there were some injuries on
both sides and a lot of emo-

"If they beat us it was
going to take our seed in the
playoffs and we weren't going
to let that happen."
After putting the Blaze out
on their first possession
Pensacola went to work, but
this time is was Patterson who
blasted her way home for the
touchdown from six yards out
as the first quarter neared its
Defensively the Power
was up to the challenge early
until a fumble gave New
Orleans new life and the ball
on the Pensacola 30.
It took them less than
three minutes to score and
make it 13-6, but Johnson
answered the bell again with a
12 yard run to make it 19-6 as

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Pensacola running back LaKeisha Johnson, who resides in Pace, is seen getting stopped on one of
her 16 carries Saturday night against the New Orleans Blaze. Johnson accounted for 268 yards and
four touchdowns on those 16 carries as the Power defeated the Blaze 37-28 to claim their seventh
division tile in as many years.

it remained that way until
"This was a very physical

and good game," said
Pensacola Power Coach Mike
Thomas. "New Orleans is a

!ss Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
very young team and very
physical, but they are a good
See, POWER, Page 4C

Pace and

Jay lead


sports@srpre .. ,...
area base-
ball play-
ers have
b e e n
named to
the AFlorida Gidl

State ports
teams A .in i "n
thLeading i ''
classed by
the Florida Gindl

Writers Asso i.,
Leading the .t a. v. r ,<
iwas Pacer
with four,
School 0 ;
who had one umberlnd
six players
while PJatry-.r .ii
was not far.
with four, '
.a n d .
haDrew Curmberland


after being

the 46thr
pick of the
E n t r y Hendricks
Draft a couple ..' ..eel' ,=w.i.
Second i- t.rniir iPace
outfielder CaieI Girndl '. h s
currently 7-Ia. in' the
Helena Brev.eri . HI-enai i tihe
high rookie leuL.- t'r he
Milwaukee Bre. . h.
selected Gindi .*. i the I I
pick overall
The third plier rcini
Santa Rosa C uiii, rnimd L*
first team All-Suejie qiuad .s
Jay's Braindji i-i rdrick,
Hendricks v .i. iiicd. r. [i-
squad as a pitcher.
Cumberland, who was
referred to, as one of the
fastest players is this year's
See, ALL-STATE, Page 4C

Milton's Slocum

returns home

-for a golf outing
it,'/' ' -' '
leaitli Slocum decided to take a little trip home as a
break from the hectic schedule of the PGA Tour.
. Buth.lle former Milton graduate didn't take a break
from the game of golf.
On Friday he was an observer at the Bennett C. and
Kathy Russell Golf Tournament at the'Moors and then
Saturday he was sort of an active participant in the
Nilto'ii Quarterback Club Golf Scramble to benefit the
Painthels' basketball team at Stonebrook Golf and
COuinlrv Club.
I-oi Slocum it was a very pleasant change.
"P.0I of me is a little envious, but this is definitely
l,..s stressful," said Slocum during a rest between
golle rs I ceing off at the 15th. "It is awesome to have this
Opportunity and lucky enough that we have a good
alumn, association at Milton where I can come and help
. 1 1.1t .
"I was glad to come back and help in this instance
Ikccauie they community has shown so much support
t>.i. me Boo (Weekley) and Bubba (Watson)."
S!'.,Icm's attendance was the talk of the course for
ih.- 15 tour-person teams participating in the scramble.
PB. Slocum has always been a big supporter of this

That is just Heath," said former Milton basketball
.. h Timn Short. "He is a hometown kid who has make
ii bh ..ind done the community and school both proud.
No,.. he has come back to give of himself and that is
-prett, -pecial.
* He' has helped out the tournament with prizes for
1.1 to: I2 years, but this year is really special because he
_oir tO come out and be a part of it."
For Slocum, who is 32nd in FedEx Cup pints and
hIs ".-'n nearly $7-million dollars since turning pro
lb.. I. ii, 1996, this was a nice week to get away from the
iiu.I r
S"E. cry week of golf continuously can be stressful,"
,d. ' l..,cum. "I love what I do, but you need weeks like
r i1 i'-l decompress.
SThi. has been a ton of fun to see people, hit a few
.-It' - is, and have a good break from the game."
SI.cum has two PGA Tour victories with the last
.-'ne in 2005 at the Southern Farm Bureau
Clj.aj'c. vhile his best finish this season has been sec-
ri,:l . [lthe PODS Championship.
ne advantage Slocum is enjoying is living in
Al.,nt.1,. which affords his some special flexibility.
See, SLOCUM, Page 2C


Milton graduate Heath Slocum is seen on the 15th tee at Stonebrook Golf and Country Club on Saturday as* . -
he helped raise funds in the Milton Quarterback Club Golf Scramble to assist the Milton Panthers' basketball Heath Slocum and Benji West are looking for a golf ball
program. Slocum also attended the Bennett C. and Kathy Russell Golf Tournament, which was held on Friday in the water just off from the fifteenth tee at Stonebrook
at the Moors. Golf and Country Club.
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Wednesday-June 20, 2007


Golf all weekend long

Golfers were seen playing the fourteenth green at Stonebrook on Saturday as part of the Milton
High Quarterback Club four-person scramble to benefit the Panthers' varsity basketball team.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Heath Slocum is seen watching one of his tee shots from the fif-
teenth tee to help raise funds for the Milton varsity basketball
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

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Continued From Page One
"Living in Atlanta allows
me a easier way to do some
things," said Slocum. "It saves
me a full day on weeks off
from the daily stresses of the
game and also gives me an
extra day of practice or just to
clear my mind.
"I am very fond of Milton
and miss being around my
family and friends because
this is a great place, but I had
to look at my career when I
made the move."
The added bonus this sea-
son for Slocum is his two
childhood friends Watson and
Weekley are on the tour.
"We were friends before
they got on tour and now it is
nice to have childhood friends
to talk to, play a practice
round with, or whatever," said
Slocum. "It is unbelievable
that we all three came from
the same small community is
really incredible."
As Slocum was helping
the basketball team with his
golf swing, he was mindful of
what his friends were doing at
Oakmont in the U.S. Open.
At the time Slocum was
talking Watson was a stroke
out of the lead on Saturday,
while Weekley was in the top
25 as well.
After Sunday's final round
Watson fell to a tie for fifth
place after back to back
rounds of 74, while Weekley
ended his open in a tie for 26tn
as he battled back on the final
day to shoot 72 after carding a
77 on Saturday.
"It would be nice to be
able to talk about a U.S. Open
Champion coming from
Milton High," said Slocum.
"Having Boo and Bubba
around is not only good for the
tour, but for the sport in gener-
"I might be a little jealous
right now that I am not there
with them, but I am very proud
and hoping the best for them
As the groups were making
their way through the scramble
Slocum was pondering what he
might do when his friend and
Milton Athletic Director
Murray Rutledge made his stop
at No. 15.
"I will definitely try real
hard to beat his shot," said
Slocum. "I might even yell on
his swing or do something.
"But really Coach Rutledge
is a great person. He comes out
to tournaments when he can
and supports not only me, but
also Bubba and Boo as well."

Steve Newton is
seen putting his
all into his tee
shot at the fif-
teenth hole as
he tried to out-
shoot Milton
grad and cur-
rent PGA Tour
Pro Heath
Slocum, who
was on hand to
help support

Press Gazette
photo by
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The wind was causing players a lot of problems on hole number three as each team during the after-
noon session had to hit their tee shot directly into a stiff head wind. This foursome found the wind
a little harder than expected as they ended up playing their second shot from the sand trap just to
the right of the green.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

The University of West Florida was well represented and was very analytical during their approach,"
at the ninth green on Friday at the Moors. Dave Mann is seen studying the green and how his golf::
ball might break during his putt attempt, while teammates Glenn Rohrer (left) and Don Chu look;,
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J.ay celebrates Freedom
*SK Run/Walk: The City of
'Jay will hold their annual
freedomm 5K on July 4.
- The race will get under-
vay at 6 p.m. at Bray-
*Hendricks City Park.
Registration will begin at
4:30 on July 4th.
The 5K Run will be held
first and followed byt he one
mile fun walk.
Everyone who partici-
,pates will go home with
For more information you
,can call 474-2141 or 206-
Futbol Santa Rosa soc-
cer skills clinic: Futbol Club
Santa Rosa Director of
Coaching, Louie Sahin, is
'conducting a foot skills clin-
* Camp for ages U8-
V13and U14-U18 will run
.through July 23 through July
* Time for the camp will
be from 9 a.m. to noon fpr
.U8-U13 and the U14-U18
-camp will run from 4 p.m. to
.`7 p.m.
A fee is associated with
'his camp.
For more information call
For more information on
Ihis camp call 686-1600.
City of Milton Football:
The City of Milton is holding
Football registrations for the
Upcoming season.
Registration will contin-
iue until the teams are full at
the Milton Community
Center on Byrom Street.
Football registration is
ppen to area children ages 5-
'14 as of Aug. 1, 2007.
You do not have to bring
a birth certificate for registra-
For more information
{contact the City of Milton at
Summer Slam 2007:
"Pensacola Raquet Club will
be hosting Summer Slam
This is a men's and
women's doubles tournament
limited to the first 32 teams to

sign up in each division.
The format will be a com-
pass draw with each team
playing a minimum of four
For more information or
to enter call 434-2434.
Southern Juniors sign
ups: The Southern Juniors are
set to be played July 23-26 at
the Pensacola Country Club.
The field will feature 84
boy and girl junior golfers
ages 12-18.
Applications for the event
are being accepted on the
AJGA's Web site until June
Those who do not qualify
can play their way into the
tournament based on the qual-
ifying tournament scheduled
for July 22 at Pensacola
County Club.
To apply. for the quali-
fieryou can contact the AJGA
Player's Services Department
at 877-373-2542 after June
East Milton Football
and Cheerleading: Signups
are currently underway for
the East Milton Football
Leauge and cheerleading
Parents can sign up their
children through July 9.
A birth certificate for
proof of age is needed.
For more information you
can go to www.eastmiltony- or call 723-
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
� 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
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 and base running.
Camp instructors will be
the Milton High staff and
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
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
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-
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.

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The Tee Ball World Series got underway on Thursday evening at Gospel Projects Park in Milton and
the action was fast and furious from the very beginning. Logan Dobson, with the Tri-County
American All-Stars makes a dramatic play at first beating the runner to the bag for the final out of
the inning in their game against the Myrtle Grove All-Stars. He was misidentified in Saturday's edi-
tion of the Press Gazette, who apologizes for this error. Rain on Monday slowed the tournament,
scheduled as games.' " "
sc s. g as Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin,


June 15
Winner's Bracket
Tri-County National 26, Bellview
National 14
NEP White 26, Tri-County
American 12
NEP Gold 30, Brent 18
Myrtle Grove White 27,
Cantonment Maroon 17
NEP Blue 32, Jake Woods 21

Loser's Bracket
Gospel Projects World 29, Myrtle

Grove Green 18
Gospel Projects National 38,
Cantonment White 37
Navarre 27, Bellview American 16
Gospel Projects American 21,
Atmore 8

June 16
Winner's Bracket
NEP White 21, Tri-County
National 6
NEP Blue 26, Myrtle Grove White

Loser's Bracket
Molino 25, Jake Woods 20
Brent 27, Gospel Projects World
Cantonment Maroon 29, Gospel
Projects National 15
Navarre 30, Tri-County American
Gospel Projects American 32,
Bellview National 16

Consolation Bracket
Atmore 28, Bellview American 14
Cantonment White 27, Myrtle
Grove Green 5

ComniySport eut

Monday Morning
Alley Cats
Oops Alley
June 13, 2007

High Game Women:
Tinaann Sjuve and
Loutrelle Paulk - 171
High Game Team: Pink
Flamingos - 447
High Series Women: Fran
Gordon - 455
High Series Team: Pink

Flamingos - 1298
League Final Standings:
1. Cosmic Katz 7-1, 2.
Pink Flamingos 7-1, 3.
Missfits 4-4, 4. B-J's 4-4, 5.
Blue Birds 2-6.

League Notes: Jane
Madden bowling from a
wheelchair owled her first
140 game to give her a
pin total of 224 when her
handicap was added.

World Series Bound

The Gospel Projects U-14 All-Star team finished second out of seven team in a tournament at
the Ft. Walton Beach Fairgrounds and earned the opportunity to compete in the Dizzy Dean
World Series, July 26-30 in South Haven, Miss. Currently some of the players are trying to raise
funds to help offset the costs of the trip. Pictured standing are Coach Michael Hyler, Coach
Alan Worley, Katie Worley, Ashton Baker, Cassandra Gilley, Haley Hyler, Larissa Watson, and
Coach Bill Hyler. Kneeling on the bottom row are Kelsey Willet, Hillary Hyler, Ariel
Commander, Laura Nelson, Desiree' Velasquez.
Submitted photo


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Wednesday-June 20, 2007

Page 4-C Santa Rosa's Press Gazette Wednesday-June 20, 2007.,



Continued From Page One
MLB Entry Draft, has signed a
scholarship with the Louisiana
State University Tigers.
In his senior year he bat-
ted an impressive .517 from
the lead off spot with 22
RBI's, nine doubles, and a
triple, along with three home
His speed was very evi-
dent for the Patriots this sea-
son as he was successful in 19
of 22 stolen bases.
Gindl was very impressive
in the field and on the mound,
but was honored as an out-
fielder by the FSWA.
At the plate the current
Brewer batted .508 with 25
RBI's, six doubles, two
triples, and four home runs.
On the mound he went an
impressive 9-1 with a .732
ERA and struck out 101 bat-
ters in just 64 innings of work.
Hendricks was another
double threat on the season, as
he also roamed the outfield
when he was not on the pitch-
ers mound.
Hendricks batted .350 on
the year with five home runs
and 32 RBI's.
But more impressive than
that was his 8-0 mark on the
mound until the Royals
reached the final four in Class
2A this season with one save.
In 10 games this season
Hendricks finished with a
1.04 ERA with 72 strikeouts.
Other honorees this sea-

son from Pace were pitcher
Ryan Sorce (second team).
outfielder Bear Comer (sec-
ond team), infielder Adam
Bryant (honorable mention),
and outfielder Eric Kroll
(honorable mention).
Comer, who batted .407
this season for Pace. has
signed to play baseball next
season at Pensacola Junior
College, while Bryant who
finished batting .352 this
year will attend Troy State,
and Kroll who started the
season on fire with four
home runs will attend the
University of West Florida to
play baseball.
Sorce, who went 12-0
before the state finals, is con-
sidered a top pitching
prospect next season as he
waits his senior year at Pace.
Jay ran the table as
infielder Dillon Smith was
named to the second team,
catcher Josh Marshall was
named to the third team and
honorable mention was give
to outfielder Rush Hendricks.
At Central pitcher, catch-
er, and infielder Paul Baggett
was named to the second
team in Class A as a catcher.
For the season Baggett
batted. 468 with three home
runs, 21 runs scored and 12
bases with 17 RBI's.
On the mound he went 5-
1 with a no hitter and was one
walk away in that game from
pitching a perfect game.

f - , - -I - jB " .

" " . .. .- " : - .,."-

Central's Paul Baggett is seen making a play at the plate to help
the Jaguars stay in a game during the last baseball season. Baggett
- who pitched, played catcher, and the infield - was named to the
second team All-State Squad in Class A as a catcher.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

FWC passes new

captive wi
Special to the Press Gazette
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) passed a
new rule concerning FWC-
managed lands and approved a
draft rule outlining bonding
requirements for exhibiting
potentially dangerous animals
and venomous reptiles. Final
public hearings for the draft
rule will be at the September
Commission meeting. The
FWC took the action during its
two-day meeting at Melbourne.
Commissioners also
approved members of a panel
to evaluate a petition to change
the listing status of the pere-
grine falcon during 2007-08.
Following an overview of
the imperiled species manage-
ment plan process,
Commissioners reviewed drafts
of management plans for mana-
tees, gopher tortoises and
Panama City crayfish. Final
consideration of the manage-
ment plans for the manatee and
gopher tortoise will take place
at the FWC's September meet-
ing in St. Petersburg. Final
consideration for the Panama
City crayfish will take place at
the Commission's February
meeting in Panama City.
Commissioners also
approved an interim policy to
end entombment of gopher tor-
toises - requiring developers to
relocate them, rather than allow
the animals to be buried in their
burrows amid development.

Idlife rules
The interim policy will remain
in effect until the FWC can
launch the new permitting
framework, proposed in the
draft gopher tortoise manage-
ment plan.
FWC staff presented an
array of proposed changes to
the Alligator Management
Program. Commissioners
directed the staff to proceed
with developing rules to change
some of the allowable methods
of taking alligators and to step
up efforts to make Floridians
more aware of ways to coexist
with alligators peacefully.
In addition,
Commissioners approved land-
acquisition proposals including
the Nature Conservancy's
Davidson Ranch parcel as a
mitigation park, the Nature
Conservancy's donation of the
Janet Butterfield Brooks
Preserve as a mitigation park
and two donated Nature
Conservancy parcels as addi-
tions to Chinsegut Wildlife and
Environmental Area.
Concerning marine issues,
the FWC approved rule
amendments for snook that
lower the daily recreational
bag limit from two fish to one
on Florida's Atlantic Coast and
narrow the current 27-34 inch-
es total length snook slot limit
to 28-32 inches in Atlantic
waters and 28-33 inches in
Gulf, Everglades National
Park and Monroe County

- .- . ".-.


Pensacola Power running back and seven-year veteran Donzaleigh Patterson is working her way down the line of scrimmage in the
first half as she bounced her run outside for a six yard touchdown to put the Power up 13-0 in the first quarter. Patterson finished the,,
game with 41 yards on 10 carries. This Saturdaythe Power will look to avenge last season's 20-0 playoff loss tothe Columbus Comets-'
at 7 p.m. at Emmitt Smith Stadium on the campus of Escambia County High School.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblirn";

Continued From Page One
team and we knew that going -
in to tonight's game.
"if we hope to continue

to advance then we have a lot
to do in a real short time."
Three players suffered
injuries during the game, one
of which was rookie scat
back Lottie Perkins who left
the game in the first half due
to a knee issue and Tracie
Williford, who possibly
broke her arm on the very
same play.
From the start of the sec-
ond half--Rt looked like a back
and forth contest with New
Orleans heating things up.
but their drive to keep it close
was thwarted when Yvonne
Wilson stripped the Blaze
running back of the ball.
Pensacola took control
on their own 40 and four
plays later Johnson rumbled
38 yards for the score with
1:49 remaining to make it 37-
20 when the two point con-
version failed.
But prior to the two point
conversion two New Orleans
players attacked Patterson,
which drew the ire of both
benches as a huge pile near
the 25 yard line saw coaches,
officials, and players alike
get tossed around.
"I was trying to help pro-

Pesacola defensive back Jessica Rutherford has an interception opportunity on Satirday nigth go
Pensacola defensive back Jessica Rutherford has an interception opportunity on Satirday nigth go>.

right through her hands.

tect Donzaleigh and break
things up," said Johnson,
who didn't know what was
going on until after she
scored. "I didn't want any-
thing to happen to her."
New Orleans would score
a late touchdown with the
help of a pass' interference
penalty to make it 37-28 with

Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin,
just under 48-seconds Thomas. "I don't give out>'i
remaining. MVP Awards, because oneS-
When asked about any player could not get the job,,
special performances done without the other 10 on.,.,
Thomas pointed out it was a the field at the same time'
team effort. doing their job."
"I have coached football Saturday could mark the'"-
for 30 years and none of the last home game of the season,"
players could have succeeded for the Power depending onr.
without the others," said the other games in the league.;',

Johnson proved to be a handful for the New Orleans defenders during Saturday's game played at Emmitt Smith Stadium at Escambia,':
County High School. Johnson will be looking for a repeat performance this Saturday when Pensacola squares off against the Columbus�'
Comets. ,-*,
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Page 5-C

The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press



All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured
contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this
notice is served must ile their
claims with this court WITHIN
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having claims
or demands against the
decedent's estate, including un-
matured contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
The date of the first publication
of this Notice is 9 day of June,
4101 Snapper Avenue
Milton, Florida 32583
Personal Representative
224 East Government Street,
Suite 3
Pensacola Florida 32502

Roy Jose Estrada. Florida Bar No. 656690
Respondent. Attorney for Personal Represent-
RIAGE 061607
AZ 85618 LEG. 6/663
tion has been filed against you FOR SANTA ROSA
and that you are required to COUNTY FLORIDA
serve a copy of your written de- PROBATE DIVISION
fenses, if any, to it on Christina File No. 57-2007-CP-150
M. Eslrda whose address is n Division
6482 Cedar St Milton, FL
32570 on or before June 16th IN RE- ESTATE OF
2007 and file the original with ENNiFERSUZANNEALLEN
the'clerk of this Court at Family
Law Circuit Civil Division PO Deceased
Box, 472 Milton, FL 32572, be- cease
fore service on Petitioner or im- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
mediately thereafter. If you N ITCE
fail to do so, a default The administration of the estate
may be entered against of Jennifer Suzanne Allen, de-
you for the relie d- ceased, whose date of death
handed in the petition. was August 27 2005 is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Copies f all court docu- SantaRosa FloridaProbate Di-
ments in this case, in- vison, the address of which is
Eluding orders, are availa- 6865 Caroline Street, Milton
bleat the Clerk ofthe Cir- Florida 32570. The names and
cut Courts office. You dresses of the personal repre-
may review thesent dcu- tentative and the personal
ments upon request, representative's attorney are set
You Must keep the Clerk forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
of the Circuit ourti's office and other persons having claims
notified notified of your demands against decedent
S res estate on whom a co y of this
file Notice of Current A- notice is required to be served
dress, Florida Supreme
dress, Florida Supreme must file their claims with this
SCourt o i court WITHIN THE LATER
Law Form 12.915.) Future THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
apers in this lawsuit will TIME OF THE FIRS PUBLICA-
e mailed to the address TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
on record at the clerk's of- DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
Florida Family Law Rules All other creditors of the dece-
of procedure, requires cer- dent and other persons having
tain automatic disclosure laims demands against
nation. Failure to comply decedent's estate must ile their
tion. Failuclaims with ; :,.,t WITHIN 3
can result in sanctions, in- MONTHS ,-F TiIE DATE OF
Eluding dismissal or strik- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
ing of pleadings. THIS NOTICE.
Dated: May 21. 2007. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
Clerk of the Circuit SECourt SET FORTH IN SECTION
Deputy Clerk EVER BARRED.
061607 TWO h 21 YEARS OR MORE AF-
The date of first publication of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF this notice is June 9, 2007.
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA Attorney for Personal Represent-
CASE NO. 05-DP-144 Kevin D. Nelson, Esq. of
FL Bar No. 0184756
B.P. 03/10/1995 30 South Spring Street
S.P. 12/08/1996 P.O. Drawer 1271
S.P. 12/24/1997 Pensacola, FL 32591-1 271
A.P. 04/20/2005 Telephone No. (850) 433-6581
Attorney for Personal Represent-
TO: Lyndon James Jr. Personal Representative:
/k/a 621 Eldride St. s/ Tamala S. Allen
Bastrop, LA 71221 Tamala S. Alien
8649 Fortune Road
Father of S. P., a male Milton, FL 32583
FlED that a Petition under 6/663
oath has been filed in the
above styled Court for the Leg. 6/664
termination of parental C U CR
rights of B.P., a male child IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
born on the 10th day of FOR SANTA ROSA
March 1995, In Monroe, COUNTY, FLORIDA
Louisiana S P a female PROBATE DIVISION
born on the 8th day of De- FILE NO. 57-2007-CP-142
member 1996, in astrop,in Bastrop, DIVISION
Louisiana, and S.P. a t
male born on the 14th IN RE:
day of December 1997, in
Monroe, Louisiana, by the ESTATE OF JEANNE
Department of Children IVERSEN,
and Family Services, for
subsequent adoption, and Deceased.
you are hereby comman-
ed to be and appear be- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Fore the Honorable Marci
L. Goodman, Judge of the The administration of the estate
Circuit Court in and for of JEANNE IVERSEN de-
Santa Rosa County, Flor- ceased, a resident of DuPage
ida, ,at the Santa Rosa Count, Illinois, died on Decem-
County Court House lo- ber 1 1987, having an inter-
cated at 6865 Caroline est in real properly in the State
Street, on the 21st day of of Florida, ,2006, is pending
June, 2007 , at 9:00 a.m. in the Circuit Court for Santa
You must either appear Rosa County, Florida, Probate
on the date and at the Division File Number
time specified or send a 57-2007-CP-142, the address
written response to the at which is PO. Box 472, Mil-
Court prior to that time. ton, FL 32572. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR tentative and the personal
OR RESPOND SHALL BE representative's attorney are set
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU All creditors of the decedent
SHALL PERMANENTLY and other persons, who have
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS claims or demands against
AS A PARENT TO THE decedent's estate, including un-
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- matured, contingent or unliqui-
TION FOR TERMINATION dated claims, and who have
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. been served a copy of this no.
tice must file their claims with
WITNESS my hand as the this court WITHIN THE LATER
Clerk of said Court and OF THREE 13) MONTHS AFTER
the Seal thereof this 22nd THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
day of May, 2007. CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL All other creditors of the dece.
By: Lisa Taylor dent and other persons who
Deputy Clerk have claims or demands against
the decedent's estate, including
052607 unmatured , contingent or unliq-
060207 uidated claims, must file their
060907 claims with this court WITHIN
Deceased JUNE 9, 2007.
Attorneys for Personal Repre-
/s/ Kerry Anne Schultz
The administration of the estate erry Anne Schultz
of DAVID DENNIS BURRELL, de- Florida Bar No. 563188
ceased Case Number BORDELON & SCHULTZ
07000682, is pending in the LAW FIRM. P.L
Circuit Court for Santa Rosa 2721 Gulf Ereeze Parkway
County Florida, Probate Divi- Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563
sion, the address of which is 1850)934-1000
P.O. Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names and ad- Personal Representative:
dresses of the personal repre- /s/ Thomas G. Iversen
tentative and the personal Thomas G. Iversen
representative's attorney are set 4704 Montgomery Avenue
forth below. Downers Grove, IL 60515

1130 - Adoptions
1140 - Happy Ads
1150 - Personals
1160 - Lost

Leg. 5/448
Case No.: 06- 167
Division: E
Christina M. Estrada

t Ihe running time erlod afor iraive nearin pursuant to ec. d" "o'eve-1-R1- N_ -I
e you ae141I2BD you are require erv H INAM NVDUA
S dt iat the Clerk'sya office.,, r ae o ni m n a pe hon a aqns 12 .5 9 n " co r w e 3e NEES OU
C N.AIs.Ao w i th t ' m t f 'i a " c is a c t e d u p o n . I f a r e q u e s t is PFl r i d a S t a t u t e s cp y o f y o u r w r i t t e n d e f e n s e s if D E F E N D AT N OT S W H O A R E
This notice shall be published with the 'clerk no later than 60 filed late, the Department may The petition shall contain the f ol any P.A.iton M r m Aall C. t. TNOT T O
BUND f//a INAK. on e chtveweeks ioanesou r co- - slIqoufi osil rnatuanamto blowing information. (a) The son, P.A., Attorney fan Plaintiff OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
BUND L HARVEYGIN A K. Fo n ece eachweeks for ouer con-days after the sale.If "ou fail to snll granti upon a metonoy" whose address is 1800 NR..J KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
TERUandY fhe a GNITED STKTESf geneli. .s . . a filea claim you will not be enti the requesting party sh owin B, name, address, and telephone AEth STREET SU TE 120 AN INT ER ST AS .SPOUSES,
TER and he UNTED STATES of general circuLation in oantofied to any remaining funds Af that the failure t ofile a req number of each petitionerthe FT LAUDERDLE FL 3330 HERS DEV A ,
Rosa County, Alorida. for an extension of time bore Department's identification num- �3DEE

Leg. 6/665 OF AMERICA, ter 60 days only the owner of the deadline was the result of ber for the Consent Order and on or before July 16, 2007 a
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I record as of the date of the lis excusable neglect. the county in which the subject dalte which is within thirty (30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Defendants. have hereunto set my hand and pendens may claim the surplus, matter or activity is located; (b) days after the first publication o
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, affixed the official seal of said In the event that a timely and A statement of how and when this Notice in the (PRESS GA-
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA NOTICE OF ACTION TO Court at Milton, Santa Rosa WITNESS my hand and the seal sufficient petition for an adminis- each petitioner received notice ZETTE IN MILTON) and file the
COUNTY, FLORIDA GINA K. BUNDY t/k/a County, Florida on this 4th day of the court on June 8, 2007. trative hearing is filed, other of the Consent Order; (c) A original with the Clerk of this
GENERAL JURISDICTION GINAK. FOSTER of June, 2007. persons whose substantial inter- statement of how each Court either before service on
DIVISION -- MARY JOHNSON ests will be affected by the out- petitioner's substantial interests Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
CASE NO: 07-107-CA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- MARY M. JOHNSON CLERK OF THE COURT come of the administrative proc- are affected by the Consent Or lately thereafter; aherwise a de-
lion to foreclose a mortgage on Clerk of the Circuit Court CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ess have the right to petition to der; (d) A statement of the mate- faulf will be entered against you
WELLS FARGO BANK N.A the following real property in CIRCUIT COURT SEAL By: J. Watkins intervene in the proceeding. In- rial facts disputed by petitioner, for the relief demanded in the
AS TRUSTEE UNDER P60LING Escambia County, Florida: By: Brenda Lambrisky Deputy Clerk tervention will be only at IRe dis- if any; el A statement of facts complaint.
AND SERVICING AGREEMENT DEPUTY CLERK creation of the presiding officer which petitioner contends war-
DATED AS OF MARCH 1 Lot 31, Block "B", DoLisa Es- Attorney for Plaintiff: upon the filing of a motion in rant reversal or modification of If you are a person with a Disa-
2004 FIRST FRANKLIN MORT- tales, being a portion of Section 060907 Brian L. Rosaler, Esquire compliance with rule the Consent Order; (f) A state- biies who need any accommo-
GAGE LOAN TRUST 21, Township 1 North, Range 061607 Popkin & Rosaler, PA. 28-106.205 of the Florida Ad- ment of which rules or statutes nation in order to participate in
2004-4FFH1 ASSET BACKED 28 West, Santa Rosa County, 062307 1701 West Hillsboro Boulevard ministrative Code. petitioner contends require re- this proceeding you are entitled
CERTIFICATES SERIES Florida, according to Plat re- 063007 Suite 302 versal or modification of the at no cost to you to the provi-
2004-ffhl corded in Plat Book "D" o 6/669 Deerfield Beach FL 33442 In accordance with rules Consent Order; (g) A statement sons of certain assistant please
PLAINTIFF Page 10, of the Public Records Telephone: 1954) 360-9030 28-106.111 2 and of the relief sought by peti - contact Susan Land at 6865
VS. of said County. Facsimile: (954) 420-5187 62-110.1063 (a4) petitions tioner, stating precisely the ac- Caroline Street Milton, FL
Leg. 6/670 for an administrative hearing by lion petitioner wants the Depart- 32570, 850-983-1012 within
WILLIAM R. ALBRITTON; UN- has been filed against you and 061607 the applicant must be Tiled meant to take with respect to the 2 working g days of this receipt
KNOWN SPOUSE OF WIL- you are requested to serve a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN 062307 within 2 days of receipt of this Consent Order. . o. f this document. If you are
LIAM R. ALBRITTON IF ANY; copy of your written defenses, if AND FOR SANTA ROSA 6/674 written notice. Petitions filed by If a petition is filed, the adminis- hearing or Voice impaired call
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN any, to iF to Margaret T. Stopp COUNTY, FLORIDA __any persons other than the ap- trative hearing process is de- 1-800-955-8771.
PARTIES CLAIMING BY Plaintiffs' attorney, whose aD- CIVIL DIVISION licant, and other than those en- signed to formulate agency ac-
THROUGH, UNDER AN dress is Post Office Box 13290, CASE NO.: 06-000732-CA Leg. 6/675 titled to written notice under sec- tion. Accordingly, the WITNESS my hand and the seal
AGAINST THE HEREIN Pensacola Florida tlion 120.60(3) of the Florida Department's final action may of this Court this 6 day of June,
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- 32591-3290, on or before July BELLEVILLE PROPERTIES, INC., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Statutes must be filed within 21 be different from the position 2007.
ANTIS WHO ARE NOT 9, 2007, and file the original Plaintiff, THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- days or publication of the notice taken by it in this Notice. Per-
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR with the Clerk of this Court ei- CUFF IN AND FOR SANTA or within 2 days of such no- sons whose substantial interests Mary M. Johnson
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- thur before service on Plaintiffs' vs. ROSA COUNTY twice, regardless of the date of will be affected by any decision As clerk of the Court
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM attorney or immediately thereof- CASE NO.: 0782-CA publication, of the Department with regard CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
HEIRSDEVISEES, GRANTEES entered against ytou far the re- TANYA L. WEBBand NOVASTAR MORTGAGE, Under section 120.60(3) of the have theriht to petition to be- As Deputy Clerk
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS' lief demanded in he Complaint. INC., a Virginia Corporation, Florida Statutes, however, any come a parTy to the proceeding.
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE Defendants. Plaintiff, person who has asked the De- The petition must conform to the 061607
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN Dated this 31 day of May, apartment for notice of agency requirements specified above 062307
POSSESSION 2007. NOTICE OF ACTION vs. action may file a petition within and be filed (received) within 6/679
DEFENDANT(S) 2nt days of such notice, regard 21 days of receipt o this notice n
MARY JOHNSON TO: Jeffrey T Webb and BARBARA M. WORTHY f/k/a less ofh date of publication. in the Office of General Coun- Leg. 6/680
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Clerk of the Court Ta L Webb BARBARA M. MAYBERRY,a Ml- The ae an sel at theti o above address or the ... .. CIUT UR CO
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- By: J. Watkins NOWN TENANTaS) IN POS- of the petition to the aplicaet witin the allowed time frame THE F
suan to a Summary Final Judg Deputy Clerk YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a SESSION # and #2, et al. at the address indicate above constitutes a ver of any r CU T OF FLORIDA, IN AND

-uNttoa Smm a a Juds- D rRkY ON UA RaE
ment of Foreclosure dated May Foreclosure Complaint has been Defendanl(s). at the time of filing. The failure such person as to requesght FOR SANTA ROSA
31, 2007 entered in Civil Case 060907 filed against you and the cor- F,, any person to le a petition hearing under Sections NITY
No 07-107-CA of the Circuit 061607 plaint seeks to foreclose the NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE for an administrative hearing or 120.569 and 120.57, Florida GENERAL IIN
Court of the 1 ST Judicial Circuit 6/667 mortgage on the following de- SALE pursue mediation as provided Statutes, and to participate as a DIVISION
in and for SANTA ROSA scribed real property located in elow within the appropriate party to this proceed Any CASE NO. 061021 CA
County, MILTON, Florida, I will Santa Rosa County, Florida, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN time period shall constitute a subsequent intervention will only
sell to the highest and best bid- eg tit pursuant to a Final Summary waiver of those rights be at he approval of the pre ASE HOME MORTGAGE
sell tor tshehn N Ohe NORTH d Ne sR N. /6 6toC Jtudgmernt of Foreclosure dated ng officer upon motion filed
ROSA Count O e ANT i vision accordi.. ng to plot thereof Case No.: 0-282-CA of the trial facts on which the Depart- lorida Administrative Code
cated at 686 CAROLINE RSACOU FORIA recorded in Plot Book F Page Circut Court of the First Judicial ment's action is based must con A person whose substantial in- Plaintiff,
aSTREET in MILTON I Forida at C NTY, FLORIDA 77,Nof the public records of Circuit in and for Santa Rosa tain the following information: terests are affected by the Con-
11:00 amI on the 26 day oE Ce NO Rw 1-CA Santa Rosa County, Florida. Couny Florida, where sent Order mo fie a timely pe-
JuneR 2007 the following de- DIViSIONA S NOVASTAR MORTGAGE, (a) The name and address of tition for an administrative hear- A S
scibed property a set forth in O Aand you are required to serve a INC. a Virnia Co oration, each aciency affected and each Ing under Sections 120 569 STAN JURJENSE, A/K/A STAN-
said Summary Final Judgment, WEL FARG BANK NA copy of your written defenses, if Plainif na BARBARA M. agency s file or identification and 12057, Foda Stautes, LEY R. JURJENS, et al.,
to-wi WELLS FARGO BANK, NA ny, to the Foreclosure CoN- ORTHY /k/ BARBARA M number if known or may choose to pursue media
So TE anton the plaintiff's attorney, MAYBERRY and MICHAEL b The r name, address, and tele- nation as an alternative remedy Defendan(s).
NORTHWEST CORNER OF v aniel P. Saba, whose address CRAIG WORTHY, are phone number of the petitioner; under Section 120.573 Florida E U
THE SOUTHWiEST QUARTER is 4557 Chumuckla Highway, Defendants. ahe name, address -d te . Statutes, before the deadline for NTICE OF FORECLOSURE
OF SECTION 2 TOWNSHIP THE UNKNOWN HEIRS Pace, Florida 32571 on or be- b phone number of the - 1.... -- filing a petition. Choosing medi- O/E
1P 1feDctANT1S)a o c o 1 daye ofnsuh n o erd 21 e it of tecomme
1 NORTH, i NGE 29 ADEVISEES GRANTEES AS fore July 9, 2007 and file the Iwill sell to the hhe bidder repay esenthive any, which action will not adversely affect- BY GIVEN Our
WEST, SANTA ROSA R EES' LIENORS REI originalCwith the Clerk of this for cash on the North Steps of shall be the address for service the right to a hearing iof media- NOTICE e S UE1I E UR F
COUNTY , FLORIDA SIGN, RRS EDR -O Court either before service on the Santa Rosa County ourt - purposes during the course of tion does not result in a settle- s12rc o EWOate 0 Fu ReE 8T
THENCE 8,ORTH 89'D10'18 LH CLAIMANTS SCLAI M-he plaintff's attorney or imme- house, 6865 SW Caroline the proceeding; and an explao meet. The procedures for p 2r Fur ecluentere d Case Noe
EAST ALONG THE NORTH I Y HR GH dit treafter; oherwis a Street Milton FL 32570 a nation f how the petitioner's suing median are set forth be- he Circu
LINE ITSHEREOF R619.1 DIN 'O : A N default will be entered against 10 i . am., n the 10 day of substantial interests are or will low. 0 o T hircI
FEE- THENCE SOUTH DERn OR AGAINT, for the relief demanded in July 2007, the following de- be affected by the agency de- Mediation may only take p lace Court of the IRST Judicial C'i-
001' '20R WEST 33.01 N A S - he Foreclosure Complaint. scribed real property as set termination; if the Department and a l athecu iNt a.n Fowhere AN RSE
SFEET TO THE SOUTHERLY CEASED eta! 6forthV in said Final Summary c) A saterment of whii en and parties to the proce eding agree OMntin FOrd A GE C
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF A DeT ndAnee).O This heu 5 day of June, 2007. Judgment, to wit: how the petitioner received no- fhat mediation is appropriate. A
PAVED COUNTY dROAD, C NOTICE O YCTONK LoEre o h Fo c of the agency-decisio Person ma pursue mediation RATION OP THE SOUTHEASTto
Bn and for SANRIaA PROS hbdisputedyered rbienarmedri at n lionagree-isCeo wiin trifned wStT tAJUoR thsprcedSeng Any 2..
oEAST AL ONG FSAID SOUTH-eg 6 UoNiOtN H Rut Court TATES, ACCORDING TO issues of material fact. If there ment with all parties to the proa - A/KA STANLEY R. JURJENS
LR T L IHE UNKNOWN HEIRS, CUITCOURTSEAL THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE are none, thepetitionmust so in cueeding(whicinclude the Re-et areefendats, I will sell
eLL R A e DEVISEES GRANTEES AS BYJ Watkins CORDED IN PLAT 600K E, dite; pondent, the Department and hight and bst bidder
80 fEE Ts TE PNOTH SIGNEESm S IE O mR D Deputy Clerk 1aAT PAGE 56 OF THE PUBom- I A pcition tatistf the aul- aurnt pae rsonwh o ehas filed fore csda.h Cr n
FO BEGINNING; THENCE IRST EI IR0 etAconisestatemetpf ar-lors onistri
CONTINUE E ORT C NSCOLAM LICRECORt o. eS OF SANTA d imate fact s alleged including timely and sufficient petition fr
cotd t8 65A CA LONLIN G BRYO COU NTH CLOU IG U- 060907 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. the specific facts that the peti- a hea rina) and by tho Co un
8TREET in'ML TO ALONG rI NGBY, HHUG at UN- a d b h h u lori a 00 AM
SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT DER ORic hAGuliSh 061607 ctioner contends warrant reversal the substantial interests of each alock on the810 dao
OF WAY UNE 80. 00 FEET- .L.. A ST a If U are a person camin or modification of the agency's mediating party are affected by 2007, thE FolTowin descbe
THENCE SOUTH i0013'20" i ts - o-- ngstio to funds D059remaining a proposed action; and the Consent Order. The agree- property as nsett O rtY in d Fl-
WEST 140.00 FEET- N ADDRESS: UN Leg. 6/673 the sale, you must file a claim A statement of the specific meant must be filed in (received nal Judgment, to wit:
THENCE SOUTH 910 - wih the clerk o later than 60 ules or statutes that the p- by) the Office of General Coun-
WEST 80.00 FEET; THENCE CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF days after the sole. If you fail to tioner contends requires never- suo of the Department at 3900 SEE LEGAL DESCRIPTION AT-
NORTH 0013'20" EAST KNOWN THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT file a claim you will not be enti- sal or modification of the agen- Commonwealth Boulevard MS TACHED HERETO AND
140.00 FEET TO THE POINT n IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA tled to any remaining funds. Af- cy's proposed action #35 Tallahassee, Florida MARKED EXHIBIT A a/k/a
OF BEGINNING. SAID PAR- THE UNKNOWN PER COUTNY FLORIDA ter 60 days only the oner of (ga) A statement o the relief 3239-3000, within 10 days 5925 Castle Drive, Miltn, For-
CEL BEING LOT 10, NAL CASEN 07-285-CA record as � the date F the lis sought by the petitioner, stating after the deadline as set forth Ida 32570
OAKLEAF DRIVE. AREPRESENTATIVEB pendens may claim the surplus, precisely he action that the pet- above for the filing of petition. m
Any person aina s O R SUNUST MORTGAGE e INC. owner wises the agency to ak e The agreement to mediate must Eiti n t . A
in thesanurNs t rathe nteits L N E Plaintiff, WITNESS moy 7hand and rthe seal l with respect to the agency's pro- include the Flowing CdaH S UTH-
nythe n roy T NOWN ADDRESS f the court on June 8,.007. posed ui he rse atn na es n dresses, and COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH
Eas OTh de it t T RCIT CR s i e WI aree oH srO U A n tion does ti uhe sn meaato n d re se a T HEnS T. SEC.
ES mAT TE a NTHAi CU IRREN ADDRESS: UN- CeLsEtRwN C Oa F TEr on the subst atial i nEVSE whi tRNE
wnther das orthesae KNOWN TRAVIS W. FOA L OaCRCUIT COUTh SEAL Depaten ) ac based I) ThE CnaeU a Uress Oand te R ANE 2 W
ot0tis or dma at Ay, e Defe nda nts m be By:fJ.CWatkins shalt state that no such facts are phone number or the' mediator STA OHSa DCOUNT, Ft aL
eEPARTIE 1ES CLAIMI NG Y NOTICE OF ACTION nDeputy Clerk in dispute and otherwise shalt selectedin by the parTHeENC lNO E - O O ^Dee nas)
MARYED COHNTSO THRU GiH, UMNDER oA J ecONSco dantaionthenamdeinfor ,t sons A ren of l sed b Da tng media-ONRNOTCEHA 2ST4 WE C LOURE

Clerk NofTH CiruiCur AGAIN TrER TO: rAVIW.otAAL and Attorney far Plaintiff: sue for aboveria ast reqi bred b nt with aa sPecied reme TH- W L THEREOF
BRY BRand NOrris FENDANTIS WHOSGATE ARE wife JanCR Wes HPl Bouv t and (d) of , castts ' s anofeet s asscitedpwith 89DEGREs 3'g. 14"EAS
DepuIy Clerk NOT ToKSNOER N TO BE DEAD 189 Cabana Way Cl, l A t Boulevard Mhe Or StTH o e /afis e a petition the mediation; 180.00,t TO NOANT IES
WNTI N OHIe HR CA oHETHER S TAID Cresew FL 32CU36 Si , R fe ad t rhe a administrative hearing must (O) The agreement of hOparties aTIO WIT HinE O e d
UNHE ORE sAleD KNOWN PARTIES MAY (Last Known Address) Proe B F to be dismissed by the agency f on the confidentiality 50 FuOea OT R07a THENCEe
81J. STERN A PA ATTORNEY C AIM AN INTEREST AS 0Tel tnEhone:t30rs the petition dous not substF an- sons and documents introduced rc-c00 Do E GRE 22' 4o
FOR PLAINTIFF SPOUSES HEIRSI DEVI- YOU ARE HERBY NOTIFIED Fac.mile: (954f420-51t87 tialy comply with the above me- during mediation; are afeTe by rs D WEST-
801 S. University Drive Suite S RANTEES n, OR Lha a actiOn to foreclose a SA61607 quirements or s untimely filse sed n)theamee andptacef R T LANG E 8 WEST,
500 A Athr MLLoN OWN O oAN TheAii ROSi tats arhe firstnmberatiohemEaRL R/O W 820,ANOR00 FE-E
PNF ation .eFL 33324 o 2T CLAIMANTS r MEOrtI E n nA 0e o n e307 This actirman is final andheffective d d an nosentdnt. ho netrfis, THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGE
LARY 4.0.00 ET IAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- oLntrid-' 67l675eN oain the date filed with the ape isio en fse no mlediator a yet iRNT ONT THE SLTHERA ON
th0e74375 MYNWOUcT Bou KNOWN Lat', Blac 19,eRE T V.o, clttorne oro ttonr i bends iao requdanred wit w ift he narmeofa at y'sa RO: peI WPdRT L I V-RTAE
INESACCRDNC WITH THENC CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- Sea a1SuT bDIvIAo ofa portin NOTICE OF SALE hen ao f Upon tfhe atimelyn- represntativho shaleaved .MS0 FOOT R/W, ^ BEING"
DIRI TH EU ACTSE Ae So sb andIandp '2 Ti SLuE Pursuant to Subrsectiong S of FLnes. be c tivned u ti fite o rder of 5. e Ttalloeament; and ee, Noriaa - .,2THENCE C ON TI

w1it dsitEsIe ic neiedin aH peN EcIhoerianer ps daerysl.Aolythe oiwthSOh9rough A iatnt o da he ostsKnoiefees3ss 8080 wit10 dAy' THs89.DGRS C37 2ERT

i Bsa Ncom ioN shiDs An YT E NOTIFIED that an anE- Rwige ' W t ani h fo S r Sates bofo h ne a o the is dpartma the iti o iaer ts of e s ste al inearet f AT O S AI STh

Ce8uy Courthouse at SANTA RSO K ouN onIDa. E aN r eah in B es ditoe ma clae d sur'for cash in ciael thae s t etion ha i ' s addressed in his notice of 2 'Pn.I N W TH 80 HEWEST
y pERsNPAi TDDT oNEr L oT 4, BLOCK A R IMARBLE- 155 (1-20s o n publi records , o an lenso and e evea l wit e to rders densr- intn o d stateoimen t clearly 0. " ^sEEST O3 R H FEET
1n -80095r-770 viam re a iat ti. ,(5 4

R N ADTESerTATES oW A SUBDR E of said county escumberanes uO foiewin osactionl 120.68i f tl ttod a identifying the petition for hear- .i. NORTH 00 DEGREES
Relay Service. BeaeNhonefis OFmev A PORTionn'OF veh iclesat:r, Minr, F , ao tausosbythe fsbaial leg- that eonAchSprsa ready 801 TREAST R 80.00S FEET TO
S1 theSECTION 5r TOWNSHIP 1 has been filedM against yu and at 104 E. 9 Mile Rd Pensa- pe a utiona es of ade te ofen hloe may in atnd ithee by THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
0609t07ion, NOR3TH,4po R E 28 WeST yul aerequired tolser a col 25 3 the Florida h ule o ellat n ce. I6paTisBIG LT5OPA UNRE
w06907 S R COl TY' copyd yo pndfel, iNf rtADDRESS:UN oTnca FTVNE C e- d th e e cwit h the Clerk a sio n the iTesignatures of a as E ST I57. F N.
665 FiIDA ACORDG u nywitDLTis 13 s after the Vicie may minspete Departmente s in the sOfacetonf o ein aa thos e d represenA- KAOWN AS KINGSWOODUT RL
PLT7. n ode are REColabORD EDPTE iO ofION t N Dote pf week/o rk hin isna fr tfed rmaoneaths tol ymeoe el by tuhparty'srI a -,A.. ^T I
ATIN PLAT BIOO GEC ctioe aon R wh.O e 602 gwd Drie, Mlontain 3e asa e, FloraIdoala - t oraase LOTvsi5 St s tC h Any prOn A cl aninTeeeT
AMEARY M.JNS ON TH R NO F SADDUNDES ,: .N ad" TRa VISbdivis Eo t ro anpo rt33n99-30E0F0;ALEntifetifor t asrequiren d by htg a ithim a sprue ientnofi alle pa t ies isthetsurplumesdASrOmNT hesale..It

CI -------ITCOURT--eAL AonDs I NIDBUALY DE- ar.s it.e 0 0 & scofantthe notice aofd t d opea so amedite wil tollcatie wth.imi . any, o.herNthan the propertyI
with assabbeentifsiFE eDANT(S against you ad Aranle , F i da l1 60701Westc-statuteo ev ard.thc Foraida ues applicable station iem poende Secationso ownrasof the8 atD E oftES

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Co Oft' yo itte n dEfneth oari TOWN.l.wi the Cler of.... ape. TteStatu rreuwstig afnwAThA dST a aD ta.HAI .OUH-
AND FOR SANTA ROSA withei 30 Eaw yatEro i th e nt his RANflg e27W San utbet fr eotiK of a pRstteal ofhen must b ed Thon an dmIeiACRnt N The parICE bT, tS 8N dy OF JunTe
TCONT LAORIeSAN RO- bicattn tiyerf anyon Paisito Uattreyso i-ed-i- within0dayo the agen inh h cdens ial o Jisaeu 00E

BCOUNTY, FLORIDA ECh ulaon CTes ST A S C NHTR Y LORIFDo Ftch o5 Cduoo Leg. 6/677 when the final order is filed with the parties the mediation must A O HOAS T
File NC iRDfo uintered Taaisyeo STA Te OF FL 0 the Cler of the Datimeoonrt. Re-hbe aCOuDED within Oy Fday MK/ARY TH
CoruS U theuteA rlienF deo i 6 stA ao LCORIDA ques snts ofar rie utntel efioftid elu Te tiono tdne sage e-A M. JOHNSON
Divisin:PhoseBddres is 119 arghePtMeNT foFcshE inV .L d / and Werdeudic temtrif meditatioent resultsi HEt CElurk o HsaidECort
180G-955-8771 (TDD� oraTeL aKEE Drive SuiteRANT , COmplR......nSaint. -"pu'l-,,-rhnE, NL PRoT On issacion musvta b ive

Florida, and ofaie emit% h6 * o b ri dtifnm ut otheademin tive ds-3 CI'RUIT COURT0SEAL
teN ani wit thCourt of DATED: June 11,2007. NOTICE OF INTENT TO IS- the Secretary of the Commission pueN, the Department must ester By J N Watkins
H LEon C thAE ClBaL wit S wbier oe se v ei i e 1.-.n, SUE PERMIT and served on the Department s final order incorporating the As Deputy ClerkTDG
RlakaoKENNETH L 2 CAMP' a ttorney iediael tf- M. HNSON Twhin 20 days from te dte agreement of the parties Per- 0607
BELL23,SR., ten00NEH.;M a othrwN i eautEll Clerkf of th Cris nun a issue a permit (Fite wes the final order inFn filed with sas whose substantial interests MAT1 ET
DeEalS.S '. entered, agisT, wo i f obe CIeRC I Se A Na . 57.-ga 0252718-01-oF, ap to th e Clerk of the Department9.o will be affected by such a modi. . 06.3.
0 0 NOT ags 2 the CeBoUkr Honrreto e Goodrvf HomesF Lot 1a Bdlock f hind final decision of the Departy. 6/680vvea
. da0e s u Coml c p loisio 186, Halley By the Sea' to im, The application is available for muesent have a right to petition fsar _____t___s........
NOTICAE T O CREDITORS aOpDtiion. p5 0.2w a o . DEP public tnspecttionthO during normal ao hearing only in acrrcordanen
ThT aTiseeo s2ORs aw eekt fnoi a of se 607 wetlands for t7 e construction of business hours, 8 E o h the requirements for such LegAS 6/681
th Kdnisaeti e sn ampbel O E Oweek th n o 0 a sige-fami residence, is 5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri- petitions set forth above, andl a

casKednet FL. el No WITNESS my hand od the seal _______ientpeition 6 or as adminstra- Department a Environmental within 21 days of receipt of this THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
has been No. le d against you and t e seal --nn hearsng is timely filed under Praotection, 1i60 Governmental notice, if mediation terminates CUFF IN AND FOR SAftA
57-200 -CF-80, is pending . of this Court on this 5 day of sections 1C0.569 auth 120.57 Center, Suite 201, Pensacola, without settlement of the dis- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
e tt SANTA ROSA ,2007. F Leg. 6/674 of the Florid6a Statutes as pro- Florida 32502-5794e t puale, the Department shall notify CiL ACTION
County Florida, Probate Dvi- , ed below, all parties in writing thal the ad- CASE NO th. 2006-1002-CAe
sian, the address of w4ich is Mar M Jonson INst THE ICI t he C o prod ect is cated a c L ot 1, 061607 miae n istrative hearing purocussn s DIVISION Aw
7Santa Rosa Coaunty Courthouse C ofhe-Co.rt IaE Fb D L o 6 y sre itn 12 0.7 utandea Sections 1 f - .2..0...69 and

6865 SW. Caroline Street, Mi- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL THE FI" JUDICIAL CIR Boec H oey byh Ste is 06167 us remain DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
tOan, FLRI AsPO Dute yt Cle i nr RonSA COUNTY FLORIDA siony tt �o n aemeted available ftrh ehispaot ition of the TIONAL TRUST COMPANYe

addresses of the personal repine- &CASENO.07-301-CA(A) wetlands, Class III waters of the dispute, and the notice will AS TRUSTEE FOR FIRSf
sentYtiw- and he attorny are State, Section 18, Township 02 OpI'NOitec the deadlines that then FRANKLIN MORTAGAGE
set forth below. 06090 7 TOWNSHP WE LLS FARGOg BANK, NA AS South, Range 26 West, Lati- -.11 d'ena, for choliening the LOAN TRUST 2006-FF9F
Aln NothrHerso ns decedent 06t607 RfsSEE, uRdO N Nt AS , C 3u24r.97 Fr/ Losgi- a-theCe- rtheh- agency action and election e rem-y M OTAA

all crNed irs ofs haviTg the, 6/668 3l d a tu lhde: W .. 6u55.390', Santoa i the eoios under those two statu-es. PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
estate, including un-mauredE 061607 Plaintiff,
Contingent or usTliquidated Legf 6/669 b e The procedures for petitioning 0I6 " 0 5rei7wtucth
claims, on whoem a copy oI Cr this rE-feWA M liEfWIS MICHreLe fr a hearing are self forth be- WAterOF dNt te esVICimes- 6/678 vs. sa
adenotice is served must tile their IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MLWS SHADOW LAKES low. senC T It-O

T ER THE DATE OF THE FIRST ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA ToN INC UNKNOWN TEN terests re affected by te e- th e artt of e i onpe , SIGNEES, UENORS ED-
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO Case No 200-1055-DR N IN POSSESSION #1 apartment's action may petition TORS TRUSTEE, OR
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE R administrative proceed- t Proetion gieas notice of ipo tin OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOP an i under sections ancy action entin into a ING BY THROUGH UN-
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. TaION orFi s Obendant(s) 120e69 120.57 of the CNonsint Order with Kroph auft Leg. 6/679 DER thomas PCrPKETT
All other creditors of the deco- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE o da Statutes. The petition n pCursofe t .T e.iln ba feces A/Kc/A THOMAS RViNGd
dent and other persons having LANNA MARIE BILLEN u contain the information set 120.574) Florida Statutes. Thue CIRCUIT COURT OF PICKET AKA THOMAS I.
claims oN demands aRis Adoptee inSALE forth below and must be fsL tiled Consent Order addresses the tien ta d eisio a of usT PC. D S,-
Adecedent's eON haoincdnsg &Du NOTICE l HEREBY GIVEN ' ' ba clerk) i the Of- failure a o submit peroprate nThe- 1e JADriCIA Cih RITo Pa CE Dp C ASED,
NTIE contingent or NOTICE OF ACTION 9 C rp u tantt Finl Summa r G a Counsel s of the tiic- a tion and obtarin anor ment al N t Fae ORasANtA R efen s) .

e-liquidated claims, must file Se 3 udgmNt of Foreclosure dated Department at 3900 Common m clearanc te f ia u e d wthe R led t CoUY F I admLa
their claims with this court To' Bradley Allen Bailey Jne 8Aenter1e1 d 2007 wealth Boulevard. Mail Station Roof Inn/Waffle House coiesn CIV I DpvaISIOn NOTI CE OF FORECLOS
T n s 32993000. at te southeast corner of thein B NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pun-
The a d m inistaatEtof theFI st a tet he CircuitkC ourt of the First J U0 P E IT tla fcand s of State D pra dm. nto it t a i rd e n tsrp o rat uch e g .s

KenCATION OF THIS NOTICE. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED dA- Rl Circuit iitn0 day frouhFreemetorn and for Santa t28 a b61 O6 a n
SALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED that an action for adaption has RaC ou o Floria where Becaus e the administrative hear- (A alone Boulevard) and U.Sore Cs fiTON Oee w MORTgeGAGrantitN Fnl inardgtm.ToF

WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. been filed against you and you WELLS FAR risBANK' NA, AS leg process is designed to rude- tdrstate 10; Section 6, Township fna June'in o' 27 D
The date of the first publication are required to serve a copy of TRUSTEE Plintiff and ED turmine final agency action on SouthlRc'nse 28 West, d Case N)o. 2006-1002-CA o
of Ibis Notice June 9, 007, your written defenses, if any, to WARD 0 7 LEWIS, MICHELLE the application the filing of a ltnss n County, Flor- te Circuit Court of the FIRST Jo-
a et on Laura Spencer Coleman, M WS SHADOW LAKES petition for an administrative Ida, and addresses nvironm untal within 21 days of receipt of this THE FIRST JUDICIAL Ifor SANTA
Attorney for Personal Represent- Esquire, Petitioner's hearing is timely filed un er Proeci on 60Governmental notice If mediation terminates CUT IN AND FOR SANTA
P-80 pendlive:n inf this Court on this 5228 Elmdira HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA ationsof the permit0.569 and 120.57 C enter, Suite 201, Pensacola, without settlement of the ds- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
/s/the Circuit Cout S e t, Florida 32570 N IN n UNKNOWN ofr even a Florida Statutes as pro- Florida 32502-5794. Order is e, the Department shall CnotiA CML ACTIONT
oDavid ldes, EsProbate Divi-on or before July 9de 2007, parties in writing tha#1 the ad- CASE NO. 2006-1A2-CAcordinlythappcant able for public inspection du T O S R
ELan tao4e address of which is atM ast IN TE doU Ci F T cs advised locate at Lot 1, 061607 ministraive hearinbusiness hours processes DIVII800 MORTAGAGE LOAN TRUSTN A
35 osa C oulnetrct e first publication THE FIRST JUDICIAL CR Block 16, LoysbuTr Stet in 061607 under Sections 122006F.569 and F9 MORTGAGE
35 . Cale Ste hI first publication tsA under this permit/lease until the through Fridaye excet legal a120 . Forid Statutes remin DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
Pensacola, FL 32505 dae was on theBy: Brandy Norris9h day of i nl t hih ide deadlines below for filing a pe- daysavailable at the eportm en oAr disposition the TIONAL TRUST COMPANY,i
ad(850) te43.e2407 June 2007. The originalan or'ash on tlhe Nor^ ti itian for an adminislwative ofther- dispueonmeatal Protectind tve notice will AS TRUSTEE FOR FIRST

Personal Rupresnetative' clerk of this court either before house, 6865 S5 - a tme haveepid. c, Florda 3250tl5nd C R Unnw HEIRS A EVINEES GE N TES
shouldebedfile. .. . " ' SW18, Township 02 -P61',he deadlines that Dhen FRANKLIN MORTAGAGE

, an th 10 da of Under rule 62-110.106(4) of sts are affected by this Consent t d 0
a Forteon, GArs1808 you do so, a default JU 200 h llowind- the Florida Administrative Code, Order hve a rig to ion B y Blvd., Navarre r in- M R T G A G
w entered aaist Plaintiff s lude: prson whose subst-8655.390', Santial in- or an administrative hearing ies under those two sta u s. PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
o demands against deceden m Rosa Counffected by the Dy. L- the Consent Orde itio CS SERIES 2006-FF9, AK/A THOMAS
estate including uny-matured, - vs 061607u PlaintCfAf,

061607contingent or un-qud anded in the petition. dmen oTwi he procedures Fior m petitioning STATE OF FLORIDA DE- YOU ARE NT061607 FIED that an a . PICKET DEEASED CLAU-
claims6/666 onwhom a copofthis EDWAD M LEWIS MICHELLE for a hearing are sefor th be- orth below andARTME DEE CONTELAND PICOF EN, 6/678 VSAS
atnotice dmustile their IN THE CIRCUIT C circuit T ION SECTION 19 he request for an extension of toward MS# 35 T K C OF A/K/A THOMAS I. PICKET
claims with this court WITHIN Court's office. You may T OWNSHIP 2 SOUTH' me for e" of Florida 32399 300 within NTR BREEZE ESTATES DECEASED MICHAEL JOSEP,
THE LAND FOR SANTA ROSA review these documents RANGE 27 WEST SANTA ONERS ASSOCIA person wbose susta i Of days oin- receiptDEV of this notice. A HASE ACCORDING TO PICKETED, AS GRAN HEIR OF THESAS-
COUNTYHE FLORIDA upon request. ROSA COUNTY rLORIDA Fire of Geel Counsel of the copy of the Petition must also be THE PLA THERE AS RE- ESTATE OF THOMAS PICKET-
PUBL2007-CATION-000371 You must keep the C-D rk RECORDED IN PLAT BO K wealth Boulevard, Mil Station District Office named oove a ORE T B El A/K/A THOMAS I PICK-R
SANTA ROSA COUNTY LAND notiTHE ied of your current R NORDS ' OF SAID 32993000, before the appl fie a petition within the 21 dos R F A S U ON I
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Operations Management,
Supervisors, FTOs,
EMTs, Paramedics.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Drug Free Workplace
or (850)472-0189

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within 60 days after the foreclo-
sure sale.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court this 8 day of
June, 2007.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs ac-
commodation in order to
participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, for the
provision of the certain
assistance Please contact
Court Administration at
6865 Caroline Street, Mil-
ton, Florida 32570 Tele-
phone (850) 623-3639
within 2 working da s of
your receipt of his docu-
ment. If you are hearing
or voice impaired, can
1-800-955-877 1.
Mary M. Johnson
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
Frank Albert Reder
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando Florida 32812
(407) 381-5200

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For Soldiers
Cell Phones for Soldiers
hopes to turn old cell
phones into more than
2 million minutes of
Sprepaid calling cards
for U.S. troops sta-
tioned overseas. The
cell phones are sold to
a company that recy-
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Do Something
Good For

Found Cat
Found Monday June
4th. East Milton in Hick-
ory Hammock Area.
Black & White Cat.

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

A.K.C. Female Yorkie
puppy born 01/19/07
$700. Vet & health certif-
icates available.
791-7576- ,, - , .
Poodle Puppies AKC
registered. Must see
beautiful babies, very
healthy, 1-male 1-female.
Apricot red coloring. Call
now they will be gone
fast. 850-626-8685

I 2110
Lab/Chow mix,
month old, male. Ener-
aetic, good with kids.
Blond with mascara
markings. Free to a good
home only. 983-8765

Accounts Payable/Payroll Clerk
Responsible for all payroll processing functions, issu-
ing & reconciling purchase orders, posting to journals
& ledgers, preparing invoices, bills, voucher. $10.00-
$12.00/hr. commensurate w/exp. + exc. benefit
pkg.(including Tuition Reimbursement Program).
Open until filled.

Santa Rosa Community Services Manager
Assist in the overall administration of the Santa
Rosa programs including Nutrition, Recreation,
Outreach & Transportation. Supervision of staff &
volunteers. Screen & access consumers for services,
$12-$13/hr. + exc. benefit pkg. (including Tuition
Reimbursement Program). BA degree in social
work, nutrition or related field preferred. Open until

For both positions print application from website
( or visit site to view job desc.
Mail to P.O. Box 17066, Pens. FL 32522, fax 479-
7986, deliver to 875 Royce Street, Pen., FL.
Consideration given only to those persons submit-
ting completed agency application and resume.
EOE (MFDV) Drug Free Workplace

[ 2110 ]
Looking for a good home
for Nano. He is 11
weeks old black kitty.
Very healthy. 258-3522
or 626-7370. Ask for
Mr. Mack or Emilia
To good home:
GoTden Retriever, male
3yrs old
and Yellow Lab mix,
female 2 years old

For Sale - Beautiful
horse. 4yr old Tennessee
Walker Paint, qelded.
$1200 983-1 436 or
100% South African
Boer Billy. Dual Reg.
$300.00 626-9442 -

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

S 311o 3220 1 4100 | 4100 4100 -
Appliances White Table with 4 teal Ambulance 911 Administrative/Support Driver
Kenmore stacked leather chairs on rollers Santa Rosa County . raver
Washer and Dryer. Large $400 (paid $1,200), Operations Manage- Administrative
size excellent condition, dark wood coffee table & ment, Supervisors, FTOs, Assistant needed for Gyn Need Driver
$200. 995-8730 2 end tables $75, large EMTs, Paramedics. EOE. Practice in Milton, Full *Home every night
black TV entertainment Drug Free workplace. time, excellent benefits *404 per mile
center $50 or (850) and competitive salary. *$10.00 drop/pick up
850-313-1658 472-0189 Fax resume to Becky at Average 30 minutes)
GE Range top white , 850-983-3546. Availa- Tractor trailer experi,t
excellent condion $100. ble immediately nce a must!
3230 Call 850-626-8578

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| 3120 |

Wanda Qualls


Saturday, 23rd from
8am until. Lots to choose
from! Huge variety of
items! There is something
for everyone!
5318 Lakewood Dr.
Just off of Berryhill St.

Saturday 6/23 from
7:30am to 1 pm. 5077
Elwood Ln. Milton, (off of
Hamilton Bridge Rd.)
Toys, househoTd items,

Of Antique
English furniture Milton
English u re Saturday June
& smalls 23,5373 Munson Hwy.
Fri June 22nd 7am-12pm Kids & adults
6 m clothes, toys, etc.
Huge 40mt container
packed with beauitful Milton
walnut, mahogany & oak Saturday, 6/23 6:30-1
furniture. Lots of china, Huge yardsale with many
glass & bric a brac, items; clothes-new TV
Garrett & Garrett furniture and much more.
Auction Co. 5431 Cynthia Street
W.J. Garrett
AB#2107 AU#2727
151 SE E lin Pkwy, FWB
2 4-7453**m
5% buyers premium.
Come see us! [ 3250
All kinds of Tomatoes
All kinds of produce
when weather permits.
| 3220 1675-4111

Glass table top Double D Farms
393/4x78-$150 cash.
Sears chrome/silver big Frpeaches.h produce andille
originally $375. Has our famous onions. Hwy
been in storage. 89 North at Allentown,
nn 995-0606 Florida. Closed Sundays.
995-0606 983-6925 or 293-9752

June 23rd

Saturday * 9 a.m.


City of Pensacola

Photos & List at:
Location: Ellyson Industrial Park, Pensacola,
1-10, Exit 13, N 2.5 mi. Full pay auction day.


A uis �oyleston
FL AU430/AB3 "

Exercise equipment Administrative/Support
Bicycle (Indoorsj, fold
away treadmill, Ab-Doer Administrativ
personal exerciser. Phone administrative
623-5121 Assistant Posi-

| 3280
5200 Watt electric start
generator, excellent con-
ition $400.00

New Hot Tub with 4
seats, and 2 (ounqers.
$1500. Call: 501-02%
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or

1930s-1970s guitars,
$100- $25000 paid!
wanting old Fender,
Gibson, 'Martin, Epi-
phone & Gretsch. Will
be in area June 16th-
22nd Call today Free
call 866-759-3585

S3340 --

Treadmill, Air Strider
Stationary air bike.
Power rider and Ab
Lounqe. $260.00

Find Your

Name & Win
ind ..oujr name in the Clasiied
. ron .. WVednesday's or
Saturday's Press Gazette ard v'ou
win $5.00 and 1-Free Adult Buffer ., Ort',
from CiCi's Pizza.
. Bring proof of Identification by our Milton
office before the date of next publication and -:
pick up your money & certificate A

tion Open
Must be proficient in
QuickBooks, Publisher,
etc. Must demonstrate
in-depth knowledge of
computer operation, com-
puter creativity, writing
and multitasking. Good
personality, protessional-
ism and good communi-
cations ability are a must.
Resumes must be deliv-
ered in person to: Pace
Area Chamber of Com-
merce. 4344 Hwy 90
Pace, FL 32571

Ambulance 911
Santa Rosa County
Operations Manage-
ment, Supervisors, FTOs,
EMTs, Paramedics. EOE.
Drug Free workplace. or (850)

Music Director for lively
Growing church. Warm,
growing community ori-
ented country church
needs a new Music Di-
rector to take our worship
to new level. Backed by
an enthusiastic choir and
strong congregation, this
part-time salaried posi-
tion calls for a talented
lead musician who loves
to praise the Lord with his
people. Current service
pattern at Chumuckla
United Methodist Church
is: Sunday: 9am Praise
Service, I 1 am Tradi-
tional Service, 6pm Even-
ing Service, 7pm Choir
practice. Hours negotia-
ble - perhaps 5 hours per
week. Salary - $6,000
Nall Pastor, Rev. Clive
Knights on 932-2510 or

Customer Service
Part-time Runner
needed for busy law firm
in Milton. Hours are M-F
11am to 5pm. Some

transportation. Refer-
ences required. Fax Re-
sume to 850-623-3555
or mail to: Attn: Runner
Position P.O. Box 605
Milton, FL 32572

G SiaRos P t e ....
-e ^ Divorce '108, Adoption '80
6629 Elva St., Milton - 623-2120 , . Name Change '15
'.'- FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
. . 1850 N. "W" St.
" - W (1 blk N. of Flea Market)

Driver to deliver tires on
a daily route and work
warehouse in evenings ,,-
Mon-Fri. Must have valid.,
drivers license and pass,..
druq test. Starting pay
$8.30/hr. will train . ..

Medical Equipment
Local medical supply
company seeking
individual able to work
as needed. Must have '
good driving record.
end resume to:
5201 Dogwood Drive
Milton 32"570
Fax 626-6512

Trainers Needed
Help HOGAN Grow - .
$.40 per mile while you
train and this is not a --
team operation. We pay,,'
you t the Student
does the driving and a
$4000 Sign On Bo-
nus Regional and Home'
Weekly depending on
where you live SINGLES
TEAMS and 0/0 Also '
Ask about our no
NIGHT Driving Policy
eoe Class A

Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up ,to
$900/wk. Home
weekends with TMC.
Company. endorsed CDL-,
T r a i n i n g ,..

Hard working
cleaning person needed'
long term for growing -
cleaning business.
Call 994-1785

I am looking for a
care giver to sit with my.
mom in our home. Possi-
ble live in or shift work. "
Call 983-8075 or

Personal Care/Service
Hair stylist immediately'
needed. Apply in person:'
Looking Good Salon '
4455 wy 90, Pace.

Help Wanted
Earn $800-$3200
Monthly to drive brand
new cars with ads placed'
on them.


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ACCOUNTANT - City of Milton
CONTRACT POSITION - Salary $24K- $38K annually, (depending on qualifications & experience)
Excellent Benefits

Requirements: BS Degree with major in accounting, finance, business administration, or closely
related field and 3 yrs of progressively responsible accounting experience; or combination of
experience, education, & training. One year of government exp desirable. Knowledge of techni-
cal and professional principles and skills of accounting and automated accounting systems.
Regular 40 hr. week, Monday - Friday. Supervised by Chief Accountant.
Send resumes and cover letter to: City Clerk, City of Milton, P.O. Box 909, Milton, FL 32572,
through June 29, 2007. Please include copies of all licenses, certificates, diplomas, etc...
Applicants will be required to complete a [!Release of Information Statement.L] Job Description
available upon request.

CITY OF MILTON - FT position. Wastewater
Treatment Plant - Plant Operator I or II. Minimum,
License Reqs. State of FL Drivers license, Class'-
"A" CDL, w/ ability to obtain Tanker endorsement
w/in 6 mos. of employment. State of Florida DEP:
Class "C" Wastewater Certification, with ability to.,
obtain Florida DEP Class "C" Drinking Water
Certification. Immediate opening! Salary
$22,766.00 - $39,353.00 annually, depending on
qualifications. Generous benefits. Apply with
Landrum Staffing Services, 6723 Plantation Rd.,
Pens, or call (850) 476-5100. Applications will be
accepted through Monday, June 25, 2007.

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Have fun selling AVON
end making $$$. Call
Cathy @ 723-5061.
Must be 18yrs old with
driver's license.
Interested in making
noney with EBay?
$50-685-5784. Go to;

commission Factoring
franchise. 80% customer
;epeat. High profit mar-
n. Exclusive territory.
all 888-560-5501
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8100 - Business/
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
ftf80 - Out-of-Town Rentals
0li'0 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals

fer sale/lease by owner.
1500 sq ft. 2-12'x12'
garage doors. V2 shop &
/2 office/showroom on
NLStewart across from
skating rink. 983-2296
or 206-4008
Pace, Great Space
Available. 1543sq ft. lo-
cated at 4342 Hwy 90,
Pace, Fl 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

1 BR end unit triplex with
CH/A. Water, sewer,
arbage included
$425J$425. Great
neighbors! 5813
Peachtree (Corner of
Deerborn & Peachtree, 1
block off Stewart.) Drive
by, leave message.

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


Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month. Call 994-5703

*3/2/2 Home
On Canal
4171 Snapper Ave.
East Milton $1150

*3/2 Home
5811 Central School
Rd. Allentown $900
*3/2 Home
8408 Chisholm Rd.
Pensacola $850
*3/2 Home
On Golf Course
5661 Trevino Dr.
Milton $1,200
*3/1 Home
6449 Sellers Dr.
Milton $750.
*3/1 Home
6460 Howard Ave.
Milton $750,
Santa Rosa Realty

1200sf 2/BD 2/BA
vaulted ceilings, large
kitchen, new carpet in
quiet neighborhood. No
ets $79//$745. Call

Share 3BD/2BA home
with CH/A utilities paid,
washer & dryer. Please
call in evenings

East Milton
Mobile home for rent.
Large singlewide
3BD/2BA on quiet coun-
try country acre. Non-
smokers only.
$600/month references,
lease and deposit re-
quired. 5 minutes to 1-10
Call 623-9623
East Milton
2BD/2BA mobile home
on private lot. $650mo &
East Milton
Doublewide 3/BR 2/BA
on 1.5 acres. $700/mth
$500/deposit. 9890
American Farms Rd.
2/BR 1BA Private lot
d' uu /,m 4tn I j3u/aeposi

for addi
1285 a
deer &
15 fooc
ation fe
per yea
Cal 8

7100 -
7120 -
7130 -
7170 -
7180 -
7190 -
7200 -

4 br,

3BD/1 BA newly remod- TIE/mletri $ N/e Rosit
eled with den, dining Total Electric. No Pets
room or office, utili Bay Crest Realty. Home
room with w/d hoo kup, 994-7918 FR
fenced yard $875mo / Milton Secr
$875dep 4Z08 Elm Tree Donec
Available June 16th 2/br 1/ba Water & Gar- Knoc
438-1660 bage furnished. No REPO
Milton pets.$365/month ovoid
Milton $300/deposit your
3BD/2BA all electric all 675-6614 port i
brick home with privacy Milton mane'
fence and major appli- lende
ances. 1 ear lease re- 2BR/1BAmobile home 1-80bank
quired. Off Avalon near for rent on East Gate Rd. 2204
1-10 $875/$450+$100 $500 per month + de-
pet deposit. Call Les posit. Call 686-0602 or
994-7783 Leave 501-6220 Milton
message. Milton2
-Milton 2BD/
3BD/2BA brick home, 2BR/2BA F&R total newly
201 Osqft split floor plan electric. East Gate Avan
with living room, Mobile Home Ranch. Call
dining room, breakfast 626-8973
nook, fireplace and Milton
covered front porch. Milton
$1200/mth All br
850-305-9222 3BR/IBA furnished back y
or unfurnished 2005 de sac
Milton or 2006 Mobile Home. iwo dii
All new brick home for Total electric, no pets. shingle
rent approx 1,450 Sq East Gate Mobile Home heat &
Ft, 3BD/2BA, oversized Ranch. 626-8973 Appoi
garage fenced back 626-7
yard, all stainless steel Milton
appliances, with refriger-
ator and W/D: Well kept, quiet park. Milto
I year lease (with Mili- Rent includes water, gar-
tary clause) $1,11 Omo bage and lawn service. New
/$1,100dep, no ts; 3 No Pets. Rid
minutes Milton, 1 Tin- 2BR/1BA for $425/mt bat
utes Pensacola. 2BR/2BA for $500/mth yard,
850-267-0440 Home 2BD/2BA for $375/mth. yard,
615-957-8999 Cell Call 255-7772 lan.
Milton Area Pace Deust
2/BR 1/BA$500/mth 1/BR Mobile Home in for
Deposit and references. Par/deposit. $435/mthr& rdec
Garbage furnished. No $199
Milton Pets. 6531 Palomino 3291
Marlboro Village Drive. Bay Crest Realty
3BD/2BA 994-9178 Pace
$500mth/$500dep Pace Hous
Blackwater New 3/2 3/BR 2/BA 14x70 on 3BR/2
waterview & access rivatelot. Total Electric reneva
$1300mth/$1300dep Pets. $625/mth $129,
723-2532,1Z f,3rIp.... 0it 3OA 994-0

2/BR 2/BA waterfront. Le ndpCreek Dr. Bay
$600/mth $600/deposit Pace Crest Realty 994-7918
Don Cumbie Realty
377-6787 3BD/2BA, 1 car gare. Pace
$800mo/$500dep. .o NNice 3BD/2BA 16x76
lets. Call for appt fenced lot cathedral ceil-
Milton 994-7246 jins all electric. No pets
Furnished 2 room stu- Pace $650 994-0155
did apartment. Newly re- Springhill
modeled & utilities in- Near Wal-Mart, 4668
cluded great for single Cyril Drive. 3/BR 2/BA, Completely Furnished
person 650 month with 1450 Suare feet. Lease or unfurnished 2004
$300 deposit. $850 $600/deposit, ap- trailer 14x70 3/BR
6425 Lynnwood Circle plication fee, references. 1/BA nice. In Springhill
438-1660 Ask about rent discount, community. 5 m from
NO PETS Coldwater Riding Stables
Milton (850)221-6011 & 8 miles from Whiting

-Small Efficiency Suitable
for one person.
$500/mth includes all
utilities. Call: 981-9399
Milton 85
1 Bed/i Bath total elec-
tric. Water & garbage
pickup included. No
pets. $380/month
$300/deposit 623-5697
Brick duplex 2BD/1BA
stove dish washer,
laundry room all ceramic
tile. Non-smoking
ALL utilities included,
Electricity, Cable, DSL.
Downtown Milton, very
private 2 acres on creek.
Patio, large fireplace, for-
mal living room, dining,
private parking, all ce-
ment, circle drive bar,
butcher block table.
Kitchen overlooking
patio and creek, also ap-
proved for ALL disabili-
ties. CH/A, furnished or
unfurnished. Linens TVs
microwave, dishes,' mai-
Ijox, small appliances.
Just bring clothes.
$795+Dep. 1 or 2 bed-
rooms. 850-983-8195

The All New!



Field back gate, on acre-
age adjacent to Black-
water forest. No pets,
non- smoking environ-
ment. $600mo
$400dep. References
needed. 623-8920

Do S



ig Lease looking
itional members,
cres just north of
eville, Al. Great
turkey hunting.
I plots. $200 initi-
e. Approx $1800
r. Family oriented
50-501-0273 or
3-9343 for infor-


Beach Home/
Farms & Ranches
Lots and Acreage
Mobile Homes
Real Estate

3 ba, 2 cg, all
Rent, Buy, Rent-to
850- 897-0072 or

es for sale
ets Lenders
t Want You to
RT details how to
overpaying on
mortgage. This re-
s like getting free
yl Don t let your
r take you to the
)-485-4065 ext.

2BA Duplex,
renovated just off
SBlvd. $110,000.

ick 3/2, large
ard, paved cul
roan, newer
nensional roof
is, new central
air, $122,000.
ntment only

listing in Timber
e 4 bedroom/2
home with fenced
cathedral ceilings
a split bedroom
This home is a
to see. Call Linda
-Deck Realty, Inc
your a appointment.
626-07 t1Email:
,900 MLS

e for sale.
:BA beautifully
ited. 1450 sf
900 Call
213 or 207-2691

something Good
or Tomorrow



For Sale Commercial
Property 1.5 acres down-
town Milton

2 lots, DeFuniak
Springs. Rapidl growing
area. $15,000 each.
Call 685-5784
Deer Country
Land for sale off 41 on
Hwy 55/Travis Rd. 4-15
acres. 251-867-9155 or

S. 626-0012 rracrtcaly new ana nor
abused. $42,500 Firm
o:IFIt.IIM.Z Ford F-350 Super duty, 850-957-4952 or
AUTOMOTWE, MARINE 1999 Power stroke, low 850-261-8407
RECREATIONAL mileage, dually1 reese
8100 - Antique & Collectibles hitch whee goose Commerical Shop Equip-
8110 - Cars neck $18 500 ment
8120- Sports Utility Vehicles 957-4952 or 261-8407Hj
8130 -Trucks Ford F-350, 1996 7.3 SHP Delta TableSaw
8140-Vans Diesel, 4 door, tool with 10 inch blade with
8150 - Commercial box... all the bells and Biesemeyer Fence. 5HP
8160 - Motorcycles whistles and many other Northwood shaper with
8170 - Auto Parts extras. Call 995-0998 2 sets of raised panel
& Accessories b ts. 13 inch Rockwell
8210 - Boats G planer. Must sell 1 or all.
8220 - Personal Watercraft Make an offer.
8230 - Sailboats 332-0137
8240 - Boat & Marine " S8140
Supplies Ford 455D, 1993
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation I ( 1 l Frontend loader. Back-
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles W A, hoe 1,550 original
3380n - Campers & Trallers . . .. hours . h,, xce FvllenI ,condi.

240 Road Frontage x 8340 - Motorhomes
420 lot for sale off West
Spencerfield Rd. 3rd lot -
behind Winn Dixie.
Zoned RM1 possible
commercial.-- 100
$300,000/frim. Volkswagen Bug
698-8337 ___ Convertible - 197
Pace restored. Asking $7500
Large waterfront home- 995-0789
site. 3706 Andrew Jack-
son. 220' road frontage.
Beautiful views. Circular
driveway, mature palms
well sprinkler system, sI 110
Dubfic sewer.
175,000/offer. Ryan Camaro '02, burnt or-
Scott Owner/Agent range color power win-
850-380-6765 Keller dows, CD/radio, tinted
Williams Realty windows, H/A plenty of
- tread on tires. $ 10,000
"M NN 626-1840
7160 Chevy El Camino '81.
70x14 bedroom 1bath Good car, will need
like new Zone 3 mobile transmission work.
home $15,800 Call $1,500 worth of new
712-1010 partsjust installed.
East. Milton
Five individual lots, five Honda Accord EX
mobile homes. Four 2002 V6, 2 dr 80K mi-
rented with fifth partially les. Fully loaded, must
remodeled. $2,500 a seel $11,000. Call
month income. 243-8896
$100,000. Contact
Mack Hamm 623-1159 I buy junk vehicles and
Milton other miscellaneous
1...OFF AVALON junks. 850-306-5397
3BD/2BA, just remod-
eled, all electric, CH&A
with water and garbage
included. $550/month r
$400 deposit. Deposit 8120
and V/2 months rent to Chevy Blazer 1986
move in. 623-2567, 4x4 2:door $650 OBO
623-8753 or 623-4304. 791-5145
Pace ,, .

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-
inq. Don Cumbie Realty
Trailer 40x24
2BD/2BA New kitchen &
bathroom cabinets, new
laminate, wood floor &
carpet, new A.C. & heat
3 ton unit,
vinyl siding, tin roof,
appliances included
$ ,000.00
Call 675-0763

Gulf Breeze
4 bedrooms, 2 000sq
ft, with pool. Totally reno-
vated. Seller pays clos-
in . 994-1989 or
Lake Estelle area
2,000sq ft, with pool. To-
tally renovated with
Ganite pool. Seller pays
closing. 994-1989 or

Timeshare for sale 1
hour from Disney Land.
Great vacation home.
Call: Sonia


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Jeep wrangler 1992
good condition $4,400
850-496-5482 or


Deep Water Docking
Gulf Access
House Plans Available
Minimum Restrictions
Unlimited Sunsets
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Conversion Van tJV.
120,000 miles, excellent
condition. Automatic
A/C Color TV
Must see to appreciate
Ford 2000 E-150 Hi-top
conversion. Leather
captain's chairs, low -
mileage, DVD/VHS/TV.
Call 995.-0998
Ford Regency Protege'
2003 van wit complete
wheelchair mobility pack-
age, power driver trans-
fer seat, captains seats,
dual A/C, full power,
color TV w/VCR & DVD,
CD and aux. battery sys-
tem. 11,00mi
626-5608 cell

14,500 + tax
50-957-4952 or

Texas/Bradg, 2007
10 ton tandem axle dual
wheel equipment trailer.
6,800 + fax
50-957-4952 or

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Farm Direct 1989
We De Iver Good Condition.
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Presidential nix
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Begin's Camp David
"Annie Get Your "_
Iced-tea flavoring
Wool cap
__ Joaquin
Director Clair
Sign, on the Seine
Snug _ bug in a rug
(2 wds.)
Brillo rival
Lacking direction
India's neighbor
Sinking-in phrase
Country star McEntire
Pot cover
More buttonlike?
Merino male
More respectable
Lose one's poker face
Cryptographer's subject
Egad, e.g.
Pulp author Buntline
Three, to Luigi




Gave breakfast to
Common Latin abbr.
Tiny specks
Hershey Bar nuts
"I've __ Working On Th
Aardvark's ort
Barn toppers
Tom Mix two-reeler
By all means!
Strike site
Silence by force
Barnyard sound
It's between sm. and Ig.
"I could __ unfold..."
(Hamlet) (2 wds.)
Glee club platform
Paris-to-Z urich dir.
Before Tue.
Be miserable
"...pudding __ the
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Made a lap
Blind as __ (2 wds.)
Crook's hasty departure
Presidential wild card of
Give over
Back part
One in the stir
Chowed down

June 20, 2007

Honda Shadow red
2006 with 2 106 miles
$4,500 OB6.
Kawasaki 1998
Vulcan Classic 1998
15k original miles
$2,000 in extras $4500
Firm. Please call
261-8407 or 957-4952

Oldsmobile 88 Royal,
1992 parts needed for
front end. 939-2628

Bass Tracker 1990
18ft boat with 110
Evinrude and alvanized
trailer. 393-8742 or

Seadoo Challenger
1800 twin engine jet
boat. 998 like new, low
hours $8900. Call

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Backhoe Work
Stump & Tree Removal
Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
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Cement Mason
Patios Driveways - Walks

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New Installalion and Repairs.
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Small engine repairs.
Kohler, Briggs & Teccumseh.
*Blowers *Chainsaws -Edgers
*Lawn Equipment *Generators
*Pressure Washers
Parts also sold here.
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6593 Caroline Street in Milton
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Land Clearing, and all tractor,
dozer, and related services

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Phone: (850) 957-4952
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Tractor ~ Tree Specialist
35 Years Experience
Family Operated
*Tree Removal -Tree Trimming
*Dirt Work -Erosion Control
*Proper drainage for standing water.
-Sod ~ Weed Control
Licensed'& Insured
Owner:James Lansdon Co-Owner Lee Stewart
L (850)554-5982 (850)554-6526j

Bush-Hogging ~ Debris Remova
Front-End Loading - Discing
Cell (850)529-8718
Home (850)623-8697
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Interior ~ Exterior ~ Residential
~ Dry Wall ~ Pressure Cleaning
~ Wallpapering - Carpentry Work
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Phone: (850) 206-5370
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Tractor Service
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Reasonable Raies - Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493
Cell- 485-7977
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15 % Senior Citizen Discount
"Specializing in"
Licensed & Insured Family Owned & Operated

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*Alterations -Quilts -Embroidery
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Certified Landscape Professional
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