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SATURDAY

st 18. 2007


Julie Diederichsen gave birth daughter Payton
in an ambulance on a bridge.


Willis Sanders Williams pulled a man from a Dylan Dykes, 7, suffered seizures during foot-
burning motorcycle accident scene. ball practice. His mother is unhappy with
ambulance and dispatch procedures.


Robert "Robo" Thompson was killed Monday
when his tractor was hit by an 18-wheeler.


Faces of Santa Rosa County: Baby born in ambulance,



hero steps into fire, 911 dispute and fatal tractor crash


Motorcycle fire

injures two men

By LYNNE HOUGH
though @srpressgazelte.comn

Willis Sanders Williams
risked his life to save a man
who caught fire following a
motorcycle crash Monday
night.
Willis Sanders Williams
says he was driving west-
bound on Park Ave.,
approaching Dogwood Drive
Monday night around 11:15
p.m. when he saw a motorcy-
cle traveling south on
Dogwood Dr. attempting a
westbound turn.
The bike didn't make it,
overturning in the road sever-
al times at the corner.
Williams says the man on the
bike, still to be identified,
was attached to the motorcy-
cle and was not thrown from
it. The large Harley motorcy-
cle landed on the driver, and
gasoline began to spill from
the tank. Williams says the
back of the driver's head was
busted open with a deep
wound, and bleeding.
As he approached, the
man looked up at Williams
and said, "help me". It was
then Williams says he lifted
the motorcycle and threw it
sideways from atop the vic-
tim. Gasoline was spilled all
in the roadway, on the man
and on Williams. Before he
knew it, flames ignited and
the driver of the motorcycle
was on fire.
So was Williams.
Williams says the man
began screaming, as did wit-
nesses near the roadway. He

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says he began shouting for
someone to dial 911 and he
pulled the man away from the
center of the fire. Thinking he
had moved him far away
enough from the blaze,
Williams says he remem-
bered "stop, drop and roll"
and he did just that. Once he
got the fire out on his own
clothing, he turned back to
the victim to find him still
ablaze.
Covering the man's body
with his own, Williams says
he tried to smother the fire
out and then realized it was
the victim's clothing that was
primarily burning. He ripped
the clothing from the man
and was holding him in his
arms, trying to 'smash' out
See FIRE page 5A

Baby is born on
Three-Mile Bridge
between SR
and Escambia

By LYNNE HOUGH
though @sipressgazette.comn

Four minutes into August
14, a voice came over the
EMS dispatch frequency and
said simply, "It's a girl."
The voice belonged to
EMT Jessica Spring, who
was the driver of an ambu-
lance containing precious
cargo.
Payton Lois had just


come into the world at high
speed, traveling in a ambu-
lance from Midway to Baptist
Hospital in Pensacola.
Her mother, Julie
Diederichsen, says she knew it
was time to head for the hospi-
tal about 11 p.m. and told her
fiance' Mike Ross. They took
their three daughters to Julie's
mothers and by the time they
were leaving the residence,
something in her contractions
had changed. There was no
time to make it to Santa Rosa
Medical Center as planned.
Lifeguard Ambulance was
called. Paramedic Steve
Smith, Spring, and Midway
Firefighter Paramedic Levi
Alderfer loaded a very preg-
nant Julie into the ambulance.
By the time they reached
the Three-Mile Bridge
between Gulf Breeze and
Pensacola, Payton wasn't
waiting anymore. Smith deliv-
ered the baby with no prob-
lems, even faced with an
umbilical cord wrapped
around the baby's neck twice.
Diederichsen says fast
deliveries run in her family.
Her mother delivered her
younger sister in a snowstorm,
inside a van with a dentist
overseeing the event. And her
grandmother had one of her
babies in the doctor's office
during a routine examination.
Mother and baby are fine.,
Payton weighed in at 6.6 lbs.,
18 inches long. She is daugh-
ter number four for the family.


Did driver brake
at fatal crash?

Traffic reconstruction
experts representing the fam-
ily of Robert Thompson,
killed Monday morning near
the Berrydale Crossroads on
Hwy. 87, were at the site
Thursday. Initial indications
show there is no evidence the
driver of the 18-wheeler
braked before striking the
tractor and bush hog driven
by Thompson.
Though the case is still
under investigation, Will G.
Phillips of the Greene and
Phillips lawfirm from
Mobile was also at the scene
of the accident Thursday.
He said no lawsuit has
been filed at this time. He
noted the response of the
public driving past the men
investigating at the site, say-
ing they were getting a
"thumbs up" from complete
strangers.
The tight-knit communi-
ty lost a friend around 8:30
a.m. when an 18-wheeler
owned by Long-Lewis,
Birmingham, struck a
Belarus Tractor, pulling a
Bush Hog 2615 Legend
mower, driven by
Thompson.
FHP says the impact
threw Thompson from the
tractor. He was found under
the Bush Hog, under the 18-
wheeler, where he died.


FHP reports say
Thompson was traveling
south on Hwy. 87, south of
SR 4. The 18-wheeler, driven
by Felipe D. Cameron, 36,
Birmingham, approached the
back of the tractor, which
displayed a "slow moving
vehicle" sign in the back
window, according to FHP
Cpl. Brian Davis.
Cameron failed to slow
for the tractor, which broke
apart from the Bush Hog
upon impact. According to a
fire department source, it
appeared the 18-wheeler
struck the mower and drug it
several hundred feet.
The tractor was located
on the east side of the road,
the Bush Hog was stuck
under the front of the semi,
which came to rest on the
west side of Hwy. 87.
Two medical first
responders went under the
rig, into spilling diesel fuel,
in an attempt to reach the
victim. Radio reports to the
E911 center said no one
could reach the man.
A Medivac chopper
responded to the scene, but
left without a patient.
Cameron complained of
an injured back, according to
emergency medical radio
transmissions.
He was transported to
Jay Hospital where he was
treated and released.
Charges are pending.


Mom has


copies of


911 calls

A Milton woman whose
son was the- focus of a
seizure call last weekend
says she is not satisfied with
the explanation given by the
E911 Director Brad Baker as
to why her son's call was not
a high-priority.
Sandra Dykes says when
her 7-year-old son went into
seizures during practice at
the Santa Rosa Sportsplex,
the call was put out as a non-
emergency call. Due to that
status, lights and sirens were
not used.
However, those on scene
dispute the amount of time it
took for the ambulance to
arrive, and question why
bystanders heard an ambu-
lance pass by when the boy
needed help.
E911 officials say they
are looking into the call and
will review it with Santa
Rosa's medical director.
In the meantime, Dykes
says she has obtained copies
of her 911 call, and others
who called in have requested
copies of theirs.
Bakers says the medical
priority dispatched system
used is nationally accredited.


City proposes one-year monuments


If all goes as planned,
roadside memorials will be
allowed to stay for a year
inside the City of Milton,
instead of 30 days.
Officials say ,.. found a
potential compromise by ask-
ing all markers be uniform,
under specific design guide-
lines.
After friends and family
of those killed in traffic crash-
es voiced their dismay over
the ( '' of Milton's policy to
allow wreaths on city right-of-
way for a period of only 30
days, a new policy has been
drawn up that will be present-
ed to city council next month.
Final approval of the pol-
icy would take place during
the city council's regular ses-
sion meeting on Sept. 11.


The policy states it is
Milton's policy to allow place-
ment of memorial markers
within the City roadway right-
of-way to memorialize people
who have died as a result of a
vehicle and/or other hazard
incident, and to remind others
to protect human life by driv-
ing/boating/motorcycling
safely.
The cost for the fabrica-
tion and the installation itself,
along with the maintenance
and removal of the memorial
marker would be placed on the
applicant. The markers would
be allowed to remain for one
year unless subsequent per-
mits for the same period of
time are applied for and
received by the applicant.
The marker shall consist


of a 15" diameter aluminum
sign panel with a white back-
ground of engineering grade
sign sheeting, and black let-
ters. The marker should be
located at the edge of the


mowing limits. During
Wednesday's Ordinance
Review Committee meeting,
members voted that the sign
should read "In Memory
Of....".


American Legion Reunion


On the 20th day of August
from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. there
will be an open house for all
personnel who have attended
Boys State, Girls State or
Boys Nation,
Open House will be at
Norman A. Garrett American
Legion Post 78 located at
6025 Spikes Way in Milton.
This is behind the County
Complex off Old Bagdad
Highway, across the street
from the Avalon Center.
Post 78 and the auxiliary


sent a total of 5 delegates to
Boys/Girls State this year and
the delegates are going to
report their trip to the Post.
The Post thought it would
be good to invite past dele-
gates and let them hear what is
happening to the program. If
you are wanting to attend
another State or go to one the
first time, the post is inviting
you.
For more information on
Boys,/Girls State, contact Tom
Griffith at 623-5055.


Corrections

The August 15 edition
contained an error or two:
The skatepark will be
closed for three weeks, not
three years as stated.
The Hobbs Middle
School Bus Schedule can be
Ibund in today's "B" sec-
tion.
The OSHA story that
was cut off is located on
page 9A of this edition, in
its entirety.o
The ATV story is print-
ed in its entirety on page
5A.
He regret any inconven-
iences caused to our read-
ens by these errors.


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Key to Keeping

Them Healthy
Se know how important good health is for
you and your family. That's why we leave
nothing to chance when it comes to the care
we offer our community.
_ ' . -r Whether you come to us for emergency
care, heart care, women's services, general
* -- surgery, pediatric services or more, you'll find
that our success lies in the high standards we
embrace and our ability to consistently stay
focused on what matters most - you.
Our pledge is to do all that we can to
appropriately diagnose and treat you and to
measure up to your expectations. Come see
for yourself why Santa Rosa Medical Center
is a good choice for you and your family's
S ...... healthcare needs.


Know the Warning

Signs of Heat Stress
With temperatures' reaching into the upper
90's or higher,. the Emergency Department at ,
Santa Rosa Medical Center wants to encourage
everyone to be aware of heat stress. ,. *
During the "Dog Days of Summer," it is easy to
get overheated. If you work outdoors, garden,
exercise, or spend time outdoors, you need to
be mindful of just how excessive heat affects us.
The warning signs of heat stress can Include:
* Headaches
* Dizziness
* Mood swings: irritability or confusion
* Dry hot skin with little visible perspiration
* Seizures
* Fainting
* A general feeling of weakness
The best advice is to stay indoors during the hottest part of the day and to
know your own tolerance level. If you are overweight, physically ill, elderly, a
child, have high blood pressure or heart disease, or taking medications, be
especially careful that you do not stay out in the heat for long periods of
time.
Wear loose fitting clothes that are light in color. Drink small amounts of water
every 30 minutes and avoid caffeinated soft drinks, coffees, and teas as well
as alcoholic beverages. Minimize your physical activity and plan outdoor
activities for early morning, late afternoon or early evening. With a little
planning, you can make the most of our hot August days.


Immunize Now
X A, August is National Immunization Month, and with
the new school year approaching, it's time to
check your child's immunization records to ensure
that they are up to date. If not, please schedule an
appointment with your family's health care provider
to make sure your child is fully protected against
, many of the diseases that once routinely harmed
and caused the death of tens of thousands of infants,
children and adults throughout the United States.
And while you are checking, take time to review your own immunization records
to ensure that you are current, as well. The viruses and bacteria that cause
vaccine-preventable diseases and death still exist and can infect people who
are not protected by vaccines.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have updated immunization
schedules in recentyears for people of allages. Tocheck the revised immunization
schedules, go to www.cdc.gov and search for "Immunization Schedules."


Every Second Counts
A heart attack is a life-and-death emergency when every second counts.
While some heart attacks are unmistakable with the onset of sudden and
intense symptoms, most heart attacks begin slowly with mild pain and
discomfort.
Here are warning signs that you may be experiencing a heart attack:
* Uncomfortable pressure, fullness, squeezing or pain in the center of the
chest that lasts more than a few minutes or goes away and then returns.
* Pain or discomfort that spreads to the shoulders, neck, arms, jaw or other
areas of the upper body
* Chest discomfort accompanied by lightheadedness, fainting, nausea,
sweating or shortness of breath
If you or a loved one begins experiencing any of these symptoms, seek
emergency care immediately. It could mean the difference in life or death.


Back to School
If you find you have extra time on your hands as the
kids return to school, the Santa Rosa Medical Center
Auxiliary needs you!
As a volunteer, you have a variety of options to give
of your time and talents to Santa Rosa. We have
opportunities for volunteers to help greet visitors at
the front desk, deliver flowers and mail, work in the hospital's gift shop, and
many, many more choices. Regardless of the strengths you possess and the
amount of time you are able to commit each week, we have a job just for you.
And best of all, you will feel a great sense of satisfaction every single day you
volunteer because you will leave your post knowing that you have made a
difference in at least one person's life that day.
Our volunteers play an integral role in the success of Santa Rosa Medical Center,
and we invite you to consider joining this outstanding group of individuals.
You will be doing something good for your community and your neighbors,
and you will be doing something good for yourself, as well. Whatever your
background or interests, we'll find a project or service that's right for you.
Please call Aleta Hoodless at 850-626-5113 for more information.


For More Information:
If you would like additional Information about Santa Rosa Medical Center, please contact Aleta Hoodless at 626-5113. For services and a list of our
physicians, please visit our website, WWW.SRMC.CC.


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MEDICAL CENTER

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Wonder what the reason
was Diamond Street in
Floridatown wasn't mowed
when the mowers were in the
area recently? They mowed
the side streets but never
touched the 2-4' tall grass
along Diamond. This street
has more vehicular and pedes-
trian traffic than any other
street in Floridatown and has-
n't been mowed this summer!

Speak Out
Yeah, this is Ron. I have a
question for the Chief of
Skyline firefighters and the
County Commission. Are the
firefighters still going to come
out and still ask for that extra
$35 a year if this rate increase
is approved? Thank you.

Speak Out
Hi I'm KK. It seems all
the (truck) thieves are getting
upset because (?) on John
Hamm Road is getting a lot of
nice people moving in, but if
you call the law for help, for-
get it. The law is for the truck
thieves so they get away with
making the good people's
lives a nightmare until they
move away.

Speak Out
This is Elaine I started
reading the article about
OSHA and couldn't find the
rest of it on page 7A. I went to
the website, and found the
correction for the skatepart
article where it would be
closed for three years which
made my neighbor's son
have a heart attack...not real-
ly ...then I tried to find the
OSHA article on the website,
but couldn't find it. Please
put it on the website or put in
it Saturday's paper. I really
want to finish it.

Editor's note: Sorry 'bout
that. Had a rough production
day. It's on the website and
will be in this paper today.

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


Cotton,
Ruthard Frederick
Ruthard Fredrick
Cotton, 87, of Chumuckla,
passed away on Monday,
August 13, 2007. Mr. Cotton
was a native and lifelong res-
ident of
Santa Rosa
County. He
was retired
from St.
Regis M
Champion
Paper Mill ,
with over
28 years of Ruthard Cotton
service. He
was a United States Army
Veteran of World War II and
served two terms overseas.
He was a member of the
Chumuckla Methodist
Church.
Mr. Cotton is survived
by his wife of almost 67
years Edna Ruth Cotton of
Milton; six children-
Jeffrey (Mable) Cotton of
Chumuckla, Rita Gillman of
Milton, Janice (Ernest)
Jernigan of Chumuckla,
Ronald (Twyla) Cotton of
Jay, Gail (Billy) Golden of
Jay, and Gregory (Susan)
Cotton of Chumuckla; a
brother-Eubie (June)
Cotton of Pace, a sister in
law-Ann Cotton of Pace;
twenty grandchildren; twen-
ty-four great grandchildren,
and one great-great grand-
child.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Cotton were held at 11 a.m.
on Thursday, August 16,
2007, at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton with Rev.
Clive Knight officiating.
Burial followed in the
Elizabeth Chapel Methodist
Church Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
ing.
The family received
friends from 5 p.m. until 7
p.m. on Wednesday, August
15, 2007 at the Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton.
Active Pallbearers were
Jeremy Cotton, Jeff Cotton,
Paul .Gillman, Steve
L...,astinger,.Jeff 'oph n, .and
Ben Ellison.


Obituaries
Honorary Pallbearers
were Jack Jerkins, Johnny
Shaw, Floyd Enfinger, T. J.
O'Kelley, Charles Steadham,
Billy Holland, J. D. Fulford,
Dalton Cobb, Marty
Griswold, Buddy Pace, Jack
Caraway, Leon Livingston,
Winston Campbell, and Jerry
Kilpatrick, Jim Boles,
Wayne Cotton, Herb Cotton,
Gerald Cotton.
The family wishes to
express a special "Thank You
to the Staff of Santa Rosa
Health and Rehab and to
Covenant Hospice for all the
Special Care given to Mr.
Cotton."

Buggs,
Barbara
1930-2007
Barbara Buggs, age 76,
passed away Sunday, August
12, 2007 at a local hospital.
Mrs. Buggs was born in Ft.
Worth, TX, to the late
William and Ruby Neal. She
is preceded in death by her
parents and her sister-Billie
Williams.
Mrs. Buggs leaves to
cherish her memory her
devoted children-Dorothy
(Eddie) Longmire, Garland
Neal and adopted son-Paul
Neal, all of Milton, FL; a
brother-Ezell Neal, of
Pensacola, FL; 10 grandchil-
dren-Gail Thompson, of
Bainbridge, CT, Kelli
(Charles) Wilson, of
Tallahassee, FL, Aaron Neal,
of Ft. Walton, FL, Alexi and
Garland Neal, of Pensacola,
FL, Daniel Neal, Samiya
Neal, Kenya, Korey, and
Keith Longmire, all of
Milton, FL; 4 great-grand-
children-Jaylen Wilson,
Kaitlyn Longmire, Anthony
and Carlos Thompson; a
devoted cousin-Gloria
Riley; special friends-
Pauline Green, Emma
Gilmore, Erma Norphard,
Lucille McConnico,
Catherine Baker, Edwina
Sumrall, and Cathy Perry
and numerous other relatives
and friends.
.-' Funeraltservices forcMrs.
Buggs will be 11 a.m.,


Saturday, August 18, 2007,
at Margaret Street Church of
Christ with Bro. Jason Green
officiating. Mrs. Buggs will
be place in church at 9:30
a.m. before service.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton will be in charge of
arrangements.


Thompson,
Robert "Robo"
Ray

Robert "Robo" Ray
Thompson passed away sud-
denly Monday morning.
Robbie was an ultimate
believer of work hard and
play harder.
His family was the cen-
ter of his world. He never
met a stranger. He was
always ready with a smile
and a hug.
He was preceded in
death by his father, Charles
Ray Thompson.
Robbie leaves behind
his wife Sherry and their two
sons, Cory and Jacob. Also
his mother and step-father,
Diane and Wayne Lowery,
his grandparents, Calvin and
Jessy Madden; sister, Susan
(Dave) Ormond; stepmother,
Nancy Thompson; stepsister,
Jessica Martin; stepbrother,
Lance Martin; Robbie also
leaves behind countless
uncles, aunts, cousins,
nieces, nephews, in-laws ,
special friends and adopted
children.
The world truly lost an
original, one of a kind when
our Robo was taken. He will
be missed with every breath
we take.
The family would like to
extend a special thank you
for the support and love from
his family and friends, who
became his family at
Suncoast Sod Farms.
A visitation was held on
Friday, August 17, 2007
from 5-6 p.m. with a service
following at Jay Funeral
Home.
JAY FUNERAAHOME I E
is in charge of arrangements.


Community News Briefs


Democrats hold
monthly meeting
Santa Rosa County
Democrats will hold their
August Pot Luck Dinner and
Meeting at Woodlawn Beach
Middle School, 1500
Woodlawn Way, Gulf Breeze,
on Monday, August 20. The
dinner will begin at 6 p.m..
and the program at 6:45 p.m.
All Democrats are invited to
attend and bring a potluck dish
of their choice.
The guest speaker will be
James Bryan, Junior Vice
Commander of the Military
Order of the Purple Heart,
Chapter 566, Florida
Panahandle. His topic will be
"What's Changing in
Veterans' Benefits." Bryan is a
distinguished Army hero who
was awarded the Silver Star, 3
Bronze Stars, 3 Purple Hearts
and 15 other medals. He tracks
current and pending legisla-
tion and will explain the
issues. Following his presenta-
tion, there will be a question
and answer session. In addi-
tion, there will be door prizes.
Reservations for car pool-
ing can be made by contacting


Martha Smith for the Gulf
Breeze area, 932-6044, and
Harold Webb for the
Milton/Pace area, 572-6029.
They may also be contacted
for additional information
about the meeting.

School Board
Workshop - Jay
The Santa Rosa District
School Board will conduct a
workshop, Thursday, August
23, 2007, at 9 a.m. in the
School Board meeting room at
5086 Canal Street, Milton, to
address Jay High School
building issues.

City of Milton
Meeting
Finance Committee - City
of Milton's Finance
Committee will meet on
Wednesday, August 22, at
9:30 a.m. in Conference Room
B at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. For further informa-
tion, contact 983-5411.

Open Rose - Good
Neighbor Day
Nothing is ever really free


these days, so what's really
free these days, so what's
the catch? As expected there
is one thing the flower shop
requests! You must promise
to keep one rose for yourself
and spread the other eleven
roses throughout the com-
munity to unsuspecting
friends, family members, or
even strangers.
If you are up for the
challenge of spreading
neighborly cheer, join The
Open Rose at either location
in Milton or Gulf Breeze
starting at 8 a.m. on Good
Neighbor Day, Wednesday,
September 5, 2007 and pick
up your dozen roses.
Denise McDonald,
owner of The Open Rose
Florist, explains, "It is a
great honor for us to give
back to our community,
which we have been blessed
to serve over the past 27
years. The staff at Open
Rose delights in the stories
that are told to us from the
participants of Good
Neighbor Day throughout
the entire year. "It makes
their day and the day of
countless others!"


County Government

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


State Government


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


Federal Government

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


School Government

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


City Government

* Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon
Street, Milton, FL 32570. (850) 983-5400. City Manager,
Donna Adams.
* Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL. 32561. (850) 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
* Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Hwy. 4, Jay,
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trapped there. Diesel fuel
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their efforts to reach the
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When the call went out
Monday morning around
8:30 a.m. saying an 18-
wheeler struck a tractor, first
responders in the form of
emergency medical person-
nel-along with firefighters
and police officers-raced to
the scene.
According to radio trans-
missions on the County's
E911 dispatch console, those
first on scene could not find
Robert Thompson, the driver
of the tractor. As they contin-
ued to search for him, what
they feared came true. He
was found, trapped under the
front end of the tractor-trailer.
Diesel fuel was leaking onto
the wreckage and ground
under the truck.
Paramedic Shawn
Bradberry and EMT Brett
Parker could not reach
Thompson and he could not
be pulled out, so they went
under the 18-wheeler in an
attempt to save the man.
But it was too late.
Thompson did not sur-
vive the accident, dying
under the truck.
Charges are pending
against the driver of the rig.


A trite "ift of loie...
..HELPING THOSE YOU
LOVE AND AVOID THE
UNNECESSARY PAIN
AND ANGi IISH THAT
COMES FROM NOT
BEING PREPARED.


By LYNNE HOUGH
Though @srpressgazette.com
I stand 5'5 and am the
mother of five children. I
have two grandchildren. I
constantly struggle with my
weight and face all the chal-
lenges other working moms
and dads face: juggling day-
care, enough time for every-
one...etc.
I make the best roast
ever. My towels smell like
Downey and I collect quilts.
I have 12 African violets in
my living room. My favorite
is the pink and white one. So
delicate.
Sounds like your fairly
average 40-something work-
ing mom, huh?
Well, Monday morning
at the scene of that terrible
accident on Hwy. 87 near
Berrydale, you would have
thought I was the devil on a
mission to destroy mankind.
Because I wear an iden-
tificatioh tag that says I'm a
reporter, because I have a
camera, and the fortitude to
show up at accidents and
fires others have no desire to
be anywhere near, I'm the
bad guy.
On Monday, I was
accosted by a firefighter, two
sheriffs deputies, one FHP
trooper (twice) and the coun-
ty public information officer.
I find the entire situation
ludicrous and wonder what
they all do with their time
when I'm not around.
I arrived at the crash to
get photos for the paper, as
well as to absorb the atmos-
phere of the crash scene.
Firsthand exposure to some-
thing like that, watching the
firefighters and would-be
rescuers trying to help that
man, seeing a Lifeguard
Ambulance paramedic and
EMT covered in dirt and
diesel fuel after they tried to
gain access to the man
trapped under the rig, seeing
someone providing cold
drinks to overheated and
frustrated emergency work-
ers...
I have a photo of a fire-
fighter, on his knees in front
of the 18-wheeler, just feet
from where the victim was
trapped and deceased. He's
all alone, and even from
behind it is easy to imagine
the look on his face, the


thought process he's going
through, as well as the griev-
ing. In the next shot, he's on
his stomach, almost under
the front of the truck...like
he's not willing to give up,
even though is it beyond too
late.
This is why I go to acci-
dents and fires. I bring my
camera to do my job and I
observe what is going on so I
can share what I saw with
everyone else who was not
there.
But my day Monday at
this crash began with a fire-
fighter yelling at me to leave.
I was not near the crash. I
was 40 or 50 feet away, in a
ditch on the edge of a cotton
field. I was not in danger. I
was not in his way or anyone
else's way. When he told me
to leave, I refused. I was not
going to argue with him so I
asked for the incident com-
mander.
The incident command-
er came over to talk to me
and I promised to stay back,
told him it was fine. He
seemed okay with that.
Then a sheriffs deputy
walks up to me and wants to
talk about it. He was nice,
but in my opinion, he had no
right to say anything to me
about staying back from the
crash. I never was close to
the crash. It was a moot
point.
Apparently, these con-
tacts weren't enough and the
next thing I know, the FHP
trooper who arrived on the
scene is ordering me further
back. I discussed the issue
with him and was threatened
with arrest. I moved back
past a pick-up truck, where
he ordered me.
All this time, I contin-
ued to take photos.
A few minutes later, the
trooper finds me and kindly
tells me I can move closer,
than he had just arrived at the
scene and didn't know what
was going on yet.
I moved to his patrol
car, my next boundary.
The trooper began talk-
ing with some people and
from what I could hear, they
were trying to locate the vic-
tim's family.
I took some photos of
the medical helicopter leav-
ing, stayed behind my desig-


More on the website...


This column was posted
on the Press Gazette website
following the fatal accident
Monday involving an 18-
wheeler and a tractor driven
by Santa Rosa resident
Robert Thompson.
At the scene of the crash,
the writer was threatened
with arrest and greeted with
hostility.
The writer expresses her
frustration and understand-
ing resulting from an emo-
tional charged situation with
first responders and law
enforcement.
The public responses


received since the column
posted have been strong.
Telephone calls from the
Florida Highway Patrol and
the Santa Rosa County pub-
lic information officer have
resulted in positive discus-
sions.
One letter slams the
reporter, another from the
family of Robert Thompson
describes their appreciation
for coverage of the accident
by the hometown newspaper.
Please visit the News -
Opinion Section of
www.srpressgazette.com to
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nated boundary, and then
noticed citizens standing
closer to the crash than I was
allowed to be. I saw people
standing in their front yard,
closer than I was allowed.
A firefighter approached
me and offered to talk a little
about the crash. We walked
into the front yard of a home
across from the crash, where
I was approached by the
Santa Rosa County public
information officer, who
offered her services in find-
ing me information. I had
noticed two Lifeguard
employees, covered in dirt,
who had obviously been
under the truck. I asked her if
she could get their names.
She said she would. After I
finished talking to the fire-
fighter, I realized I could get
their names myself because
they were only 30 or so feet
from me. Besides, I wanted
to hear in their words why
they went under the truck,
and how they felt about it.
I joined a group of fire-
fighters, paramedics and
EMTs standing at the end of
a driveway, not at all far from
the crash. I was told the
man's body had been
removed. There were at least
20-30 people in the immedi-
ate vicinity, indicating to me
it was a safe area to stand.
While I spoke with the para-
medic, I was approached by
the Santa Rosa County PIO
again who informed me I
needed to go to the tree in the
private yard where the troop-
er would issue a statement. I
was busy talking to the para-
medic and told her 'okay', but
I did not move. She informed
me I needed to do as she
asked and I refused, telling
her I was not leaving.
The next thing I know,
the trooper is behind me
again. I have no idea if she
summoned him or he just
noticed I wasn't behind his
car anymore. In the middle
of this scene, with the public
just feet away, paramedics,
firefighters, and sheriffs
deputies wandering around
everywhere, he singled me
out and asked me why I was-
n't near his car anymore.
After a short discussion, I
was again threatened with
arrest. I had completed my
interview and told him I was
leaving. As I left, I noticed a
television camera crew at the
designated tree, filming the
scene right over the trooper's
shoulder.
Okay, seven negative
contacts at one accident. I
was threatened, yelled at,
talked down to and ordered
around.
Why?
Because I'm the media?
I have a problem with
that.
My position at the paper
makes me a threat to police
officers, firefighters and pub-
lic information officers?
I cannot explain that
concept.
If I am not in the
way... not only not in the way,
but 50 or more feet back
from the scene...and I'm not
in danger or causing anyone
else to be in danger, what
right do they have to order
me around?
They don't.
I wasn't breaking any
laws.
I had a legitimate reason
to be there.
But I was treated like a
criminal and threatened with
arrest.
It is my job to document
what goes on in Santa Rosa
County. I can't do that from
behind my desk. I'm going to
fires and I'm going to acci-
dents and I'm going to shoot
pictures and I'm going to tell
the stories of the people
whose lives are affected.
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ens 'officials' who have the
power and control to tell me
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the remaining blaze with his
own body when water came
raining down on the two men.
A neighbor who lived near
the accident site had grabbed
a garden hose and doused the
fire on the victims.
The driver of the vehicle
suffered 2nd and 3rd degree
burns, according to a witness.
He was taken under a trauma
alert to West Florida Hospital,
by Lifeguard Ambulance,
where he was admitted and is
being treated for his injuries.
His condition is unknown.
As for Williams, he has
blisters on a couple of his fin-
gers, with surface burns to his
hands. He says he hurts all
over from lifting the Harley.
He was transported to Santa
Rosa Medical Center where
he was treated and released.
He missed a day of work at


NAS Whiting Field's Navy
Exchange, were he is a civil-
ian employee.
Williams says he credits
his strength and courage to
God.
"God gave me the
strength to pick that big
motorcycle up," he says. "It
wasn't me...that's the amazing
part."
41-year-old Williams is a
Milton native, a 1984 graduate
of Milton High School. He has
two children, Brittany, 9, who
will attend the Bennett C.
Russell School this year, and a
son, Willis Jr., 15, who lives in
Tampa. He says he hasn't had
time yet to tell them what hap-
pened.
Still incredulous over the
event, Williams noted, "I
saved that man's life. There
was a lot of fire, everywhere.
He was hurt. I knew he would
be hurt when I saw the crash.


Commission votes


against ATV ban


By RYAN ARVAY
Special to the Press Gazette
Owners of ATVs (all-
terrain vehicles) breathed a
sigh of relief last Thursday
when the Santa Rosa County
Commissioners voted
against an exemption to the
state law which would have
prohibited the use of ATVs
on unpaved roads with a
speed limit of 35 mph or
less.
The state law, which
went into effect in October
of 2006, prohibits the use of
ATVs on any public roads
and streets, but does allow
their use on unpaved roads
with the appropriate speed
limit during the daytime.
Each county in the state
was given the option of
keeping that law or exempt-
ing themselves, following a
public hearing and a majori-
ty vote of the board.
An exemption would
have meant that no ATV be
allowed on any public roads
in the county, paved or
unpaved, isolating their use
to one's own private proper-
ty. The vote was 3-1 in favor
of staying with the current
law.
Chairman Tom Stewart,
who says he prompted the
vote due to the large amount
of citizens' calls and e-mails
to his office over the issue,
was originally in favor of the
exemption.
Noting he was worried
about the safety of those
involved, especially the
large number of "16 year
olds driving pickup trucks
on these back country dirt
roads we have," he said he
feared seeing, "a 12 year old
come around a curve on an
ATV and meet head on with
the pickup truck."
It was Stewart's convic-
tion of "saving one life is
worth it," that initially made
him want to opt out of the
state law.
However, after reading
the law himself, which stipu-
lates the driver of the ATV
be licensed or supervised by
a licensed driver, the chair-
man realized that, "the 12
year old should not be legal-
ly on the road anyway."
He added, "I don't think
having a law that prohibits
ATV's from all public roads
is a solution."
There were those in
attendance last week who
did not agree. County resi-
dent, Henrietta Lawler had
her fence broken, among
other damage due to ATVs.
County Commissioner
Broxson called ATVs "dan-
gerous", citing them as a
safety concern because of
the young kids involved, not
to mention the damage they
do to roads, and vegetation.
At Thursday's meeting
the chairman noted ATV
road traffic was impacted by
lack of places enthusiasts


could legally ride.
In recent years a large
amount of rural land has
gone to hunting clubs which
prohibit (for safety reasons)
the use of their land for
ATV's, Stewart points out.
During the public hear-
ing portion of the meeting
citizen Michael Barton, who
felt the issue important
enough to take the day off
work to attend the meeting,
echoed that sentiment. He
stated the exemption would,
"force people back into areas
they shouldn't be - illegally
trespassing - because they
had nowhere to ride."
One proposed solution
to. both problems is the cre-
ation of an official county
ATV park mentioned by
Commissioner Don Salter.
Though the current
budget does not allow for the
creation of such a park now,
Stewart says that the county
is looking into options, and
foresees a time in the next
few years when some land
may become available.
He suggested a user fee,
or county issued permit to
ride in the park to provide
the revenue to develop the
trails, and maintain them.
Since last week's deci-
sion has allowed ATVs to
stay on certain roads of the
county - based on the
assumption that those oper-
ating them will adhere to the
state law - the question was
posed, what of those who
still ride recklessly, the 12
year old who still goes out
unsupervised, or the parents
who let them?
Of those individuals
Stewart says it's still a prob-
lem, but notes "You can't
legislate common sense or
parental supervision."


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He was bleeding and on fire."
Williams says consider-
ing the intensity of the fire, he
cannot understand how he
came away with minor
injuries or how he was able to
lift the Harley. He also notes
he does not anything about the
man he saved.
"I don't even know his
name."
The victim of the fire was
transported to West Florida
Hospital with 2nd and 3rd
degree burns, according to
witnesses. His current condi-
tion is unknown.
Williams says this is not
his first rescue. Five years ago,
he pulled a man from a ditch
full of water after the man lost
control of his vehicle and
crashed. The man in that case
was intoxicated, according to
Williams.


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Food pantry seeking helpers


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@ srpressgazette.com
Looking for something
to do?
Wanting to make a dif-
ference in someone's life?
Volunteering at the
Manna Food Pantries, locat-
ed at 5740 Stewart Street in
Milton, maybe what you
aMre looking for.
They are currently look-
ing for four-six volunteers to
help carry 16-20 pound bags
out to peoples' cars.
They are also seeking
front desk help interview
people as they come in.
The Manna Food Pantry
is open Monday from 9
a.m.-noon, Wednesday 9
a.m.-noon, and Friday noon-
3 p.m.
According to Gordon
Cooper, Volunteer
Coordinator at the center in


Milton, roughly 600-800
people come into the Milton
location per month.
Each family gets one
bag per member plus bread
and condiments.
If you would like to vol-
unteer, contact Gordon
Cooper at (850) 390-5015 or
Susan Wilkins at (850) 432-


2053.
The group says there is a
two-hour orientation for new
volunteers.
Manna Food Pantries is
a private, not-for-profit cor-
poration dedicated to allevi-
ating hunger in Escambia
and Santa Rosa counties in
northwest Florida.


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6A Wednesday - August 18, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


Our Viewpoint


Slow down, buckle


up and pay attention

Starting Monday they are going to be everywhere.
Like polar bears leaving hybemation, they'll be exiting their bed-
rooms, dropping their video game controls, removing their IPODs
from their brains and moving toward the large yellow rolling vehicles
gobbling up students alongside the roads and carrying them back to
school.
It's been a long hot summer.
It still is, as a matter of fact.
But for the children, the scenery is changing.
That means we need to pay attention to what we are doing on the
roads more than ever. Watch out for those buses, and those students
waiting for them. Young drivers are heading to high school. School
zone lights will be on and the police will be monitoring your speed to
ensure everyone gets where they need to be without incident.
We've had some very serious traffic accidents here over the past
few months. People have been killed on our roads. Motorcycles,
SUVs, 18-wheelers, cars, trucks, even a tractor...
Please strap on your seatbelt.
Please put your babies in carseats.
If you are a teenage driver, make sure your friends strap in before
you pull out of your driveway.
Don't drink and drive.
Red means stop.
Don't violate another driver's right-of-way. If you pull out and
they have to brake or take other evasive action, you are in the wrong.
Pay attention to the road, not what someone in the car is doing.
Don't speed anywhere, but especially in residential areas where
children are likely to be walking or could run in front of your car.
Watch out for school buses. (They are the big yellow vehicle with
young faces pressed against the glass, throwing a peace sign at you
from the back seat at the traffic light.)
If you see a school bus, slow down and back off. Don't expect it
to be able to stop quickly. Watch for the sign that tells you the students
are going to be unloading. When in doubt, stop and give it the right-
of-way.
Don't run into it. That would be bad.
We had one roll onto its side last year on a curve, so give them
plenty of room.
Remember what it was like to be a child. They see only what is
right in front of them. They rarely think ahead. When they are playing
in their yards or on the sidewalk, they don't even know you are trav-
eling on the road near them. Their safety is your responsibility.
Thinking ahead is left up to you, the driver.
School's in.
Let's be careful out there.


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Vol. 100, Number 40
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Guest Viewpoint


Hotel.


By Dr. Paul Kengor
As summer nears a close, I must
express frustration over a problem
that worsens for us each summer as
our family grows, and which I imag-
ine also frustrates other families our
size.
We have four children, ages 2 to
10, which, in modem times, is con-
sidered "large." As we have happily
raised those kids, my wife and I grad-
ually realized that we were slowly
squeezing ourselves out of opportuni-
ties to take them on trips, a reality
that began to hit us with the arrival of
our third child. Squeezed by what?-
by occupancy limits on the number of
children in a hotel room. Of course, it
is reasonable to expect occupancy
limits, but the limits seem unreason-
able; they generally cap at two to
three children, no matter how small.
It is not clear if these require-
ments are imposed by state govern-
ments or by hotels themselves. I
always ask that question, and the
clerks are rarely able to give an
answer; they typically mumble some-
thing about the hotel ensuring my
family's "comfort.
Well, the comfort is not financial,
since these requirements leave us
with one option: reserve two rooms.
Unfortunately, that option is unaf-
fordable. It is also unnecessary, since
we simply don't need two rooms. My
two little girls, ages two and four,
sleep in the same bed with their mom
and usually one of the boys ends up
there as well at some point during the
night. My eight-year-old son always
finds great excitement in pushing two
chairs together and making his own
special "fort" for the night. The other
son wants to sleep on a sofa or what-
ever else is unusual but available. My
kids are so young and so small that
we have no problem sleeping three or


v. Big F

four in a bed. The typical room with
two large beds is easily satisfactory. I
explain this to hotel clerks, who refuse
to budge.
Recently, my wife and I shared
our frustration with someone else who
has a large family. Her advice: "You
have to lie. When they ask how many
kids you have, say 'two.' You have no
choice. If you don't lie, you cannot
take your family on vacation."
That advice did not sit well. As
my wife notes, we are trying to teach
our children virtues, of which lying is
not one.
Speaking of teaching, therein fur-
ther illustrates the problem: Like
many dads, I travel frequently for my
work. I always try to bring my family
along, especially because we home-
school, and the big cities are filled
with museums and historic sites and
educational opportunities. Yet, here
again, we are hindered by occupan-
cies.
In March, I readied to travel to
Philadelphia to attend a conference in
the historic part of town. For school,
the boys were enjoying a section on
the*American Revolution. We excited-
ly discussed a field trip to
Independence Hall. My conference
meant I would be staying at the
Sheraton Society Hill-around $250
per night, once all costs were consid-
ered. Everything was perfect, until the
occupancy requirements killed the
plan. Imagine my outrage when I got
to my room-alone-and encoun-
tered a huge space, easily enough for
the entire family, and way too big for
one person. The boys could've literal-
ly pitched a tent in the room.
Then, in May, we planned a trip to
Boston, another ideal educational
stop. We called several hotels, each
time torpedoed by the damning ques-
tion: "how many people?" Here, too,


families

the punishment would be an extra
room-at the obscene Boston rate of
nearly $400 per night. Desperate, I
finally lied to the Colonnade; feeling
guilty, I called back and canceled the
reservation. We eventually found a
hotel that didn't ask our family size.
That was the solution: keep calling
until you find a clerk that doesn't
ask-"don't ask, don't tell."
In July, I had a speaking engage-
ment near Hershey, Pennsylvania, "the
sweetest place on earth"-Chocolate
World, the amusement park, a paradise
for kids. We love the Hershey Lodge.
My two oldest have the fondest child-
hood memories of the place. When I
called on May 23 to make a reserva-
tion for July 26, I was offered one
option: two rooms, at a cost of $279
(plus tax) per room. Given parking,
tips, and so on, it would cost over $600
for my family to sleep one night at the
Hershey Lodge. Each room had two
queen-size beds, easily accommodat-
ing us; two rooms were absolutely
unnecessary. Sadly, the Hershey
Lodge will not be experienced by my
youngest kids
I don't know who is responsible
for this. At a deeper level, it seems
symptomatic of a culture in which
many people-not everyone, of
course-insist that one or two children
per family is enough, and if my wife
and I won't draw the line, others will.
I doubt that's the intent, but it's the
effect. The more kids we have, the
more we would like to give a full taste
of American life. I guess we will need
to do that at home.

Paul Kengor is author of The
Crusader: Ronald Reagan and the Fall
of Communism (HarperCollins, 2006),
professor of political science, and
executive director of the Center for
Vision & Values at Grove City College.


Your Viewpoint


Heed the word


FM: Raymond E. Johns
Milton
Dear Editor:

We as people, I mean intelligent
beings, have a way of expressing our
minds one to another in words, or
other signs intentionally directed to
us for our notice, whose immediate
and main design is to be signification
of the mind of him who gives it.
With that being said, however,
there is going to come a time when
the word of God will not have any
bearings on mankind.
People in the world of these
times are growing more and more on
self. People are falling out of love
with God, with their husbands, wife,
sons, daughters, fathers, mothers,
and their fellowman. And these are
the people God gave us to love.
There are some people whom
hate Jesus because he died for them,
and my reason for saying is this, if
you can't love as Jesus does, then
your heart has a place for hate.
I ask myself sometimes, why do


men hate men for no reason. If any-
body should be hateful I would think
it to be Jesus, because some of the
people he died for, to me, are not
worth the air they pollute with their
mouth.
There is a hideous act of hate
that still lingers toward the black
man in 2007 and it shouldn't be.
And let me say this before the
defenses are up, we as a black folk
still are being held back for employ-
ment in this town, and in and around
the world.
We are still yet being ostracized
by our fellowman. The only time the
word hate should go forth is when its
against evil. My reason for saying
this is that I live in a black man's
skin and I live with the doors being
closed in my face.
My children work on jobs as to
where they don't receive the same
pay as does their counterpart. It was
happening when I was a younger
man, and it still yet happens. I speak
the truth.
The white people know it,
they're the ones are still inflicting it.
I have known a lot of county jobs
and city jobs who have turned away
black people who are qualified, just


to give the job to a white worker
who's dumb. It's all hatefulness
toward a fellow man. God gave us
America to be a land of freedom,
equity, and true justice for every
man in America, even the Mexican
brother. And it's time the white
brothers stop trying to capitalize on
everything in God's world.
Because when a person
becomes self-centered and greedy,
or still try to live by a Jim Crow law,
he'll find himself in hell with the
other fools.
We must live a life as Christ.
God is not a respecter of man. We
must respect him and show love and
compassion, and stop patting me on
the back with a dagger in your hand.
Let my people go. Please under-
stand the truth in this.


Sheep vs.

wolves


FM: Pamela Holt
Milton
Dear Editor:


When talking with a local teen
lately, the subject about police
officers came up for discussion.
What surprised me was, the nega-
tive reaction I received.
Authority figures can cause
negative reaction in people.
Particularly when driving down
the road in your car and you spot a
police officer checking speed with
radar.
The knee-jerk reaction is to
slow your vehicle down, even
when not exceeding the speed
limit.
I read an essay recently about
sheep, wolves and sheepdogs.
The story reads that peaceful peo-
ple in society are "sheep"-in
denial of evil in everyday life, they
go about their day, minding their
own business and only thinking of
those breaking the law as those
they see on television.
These are decent, everyday
people who are desirous of a
peaceful life.
The only time they would hurt
someone else would be either by
accident or under extreme provo-
cation.
"Wolves" are people who have


a tendency for violence, evil peo-
ple capable of evil deeds. It's
these people feed on the sheep.
Two million Americans are
victims of violent crimes every
year.
But there are almost 300 mil-
lion Americans are counted in
population. In essence, there are
fewer wolves in society than
sheep.
Police officers are the "sheep
dogs."
The essay I read labels the
dogs as such because even
though the sheep know the dogs
are necessary for their survival,
they aren't fond of the animals
because the fangs remind them
of wolves.
After listening to the teen
and their opinion of police offi-
cers, I spoke slowly to remind
them of the fact the police offi-
cers they so casually "spat out"
against would gladly risk his/her
life to save theirs.
And about the issue of
authority?
Everyone has some authority
to answer to--even if it's just
one-God.











Community


Two August Community Pride Awards are given


Aprilliano

Family

"Perseverance" is the
key to the success of garden-
ers Lori and Greg Aprilliano
of Ridge Crest Court. This
Vermont couple moved to
Milton eleven years ago, and
as if landscaping a garden
once were not enough, they
have had to do it many
times. Just when they had
everything set up the first
time, an easement problem
resulted in the upheaval of
their backyard. When the re-
landscaping of that area was
completed, the infamous
hurricanes struck and
caused further damage.
They have kept smiling
through it all, and you will,
too, when you drive by.
As transplanted
Yankees, they have used the
"trial and error" approach to
learn about southern garden-
ing. You will agree that they
have been enormously suc-
cessful. Lori has experi-


MARKET


RECAP

A look at the
futures market

Futures Markets
Weekly Recap - Wheat
Prices reach new highs as
Overseas Problems persist
Wheat prices hit
pushed to new highs this
week and broke through
$7.00 per bushel for the
first time since 1996. Since
early July, wheat prices
have risen more than $1
per bushel. Several factors
have helped push prices
higher.
Domestically, spring
wheat conditions in several
Northern Plains states have
fallen in recent weeks as
very hot temperatures set-
tled over wheat growing
areas.
On Monday, USDA
announced that 69% of the
spring wheat crop was in


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good or excellent condition.
While this is far above average for this time of year, it is
down 16% from the end of June. On Thursday, USDA
announced that U.S. Growers had agreed to export 32.7 mil-
lion bushels of wheat.
This was a strong reading and comes on the heels of the
two previous weeks' record-strong export sales.
As more wheat is sent overseas, it creates the possibility
of supply shortages in the U.S. and prices tend to rise as a
result.
The last factor pushing prices higher this week was con-
tinued concerns about wheat yields in foreign countries.
Australia, Germany and the Ukraine have already
announced weather-related problems with this year's wheat
crop, but on Thursday, France joined the group when it
announced it too was lowering its forecast on wheat produc-
tion.
This caused analysts to make further downward revi-
sions to their estimates of wheat inventories at the end of the
year and confirmed some traders' fears about possible sup-
ply shortages.
On the week, the September Wheat Futures contract was
up 380 per bushel through midday Thursday, or a little more
than 5%.


Emerald


Zee Christopher, garden club member, and home owners, Greg
and Lori Aprilliano.


mented with colors because
they are most important to
her. The pots of golden
Melampodium, which greet
you at the curb, are breath
taking and will bloom all
summer. Some were bought
this year, but the largest,
overflowing pot came back
from last season. Greg is the
grass expert, and his lush,


green lawn is made up of a
mixture of varieties, courtesy
of aforementioned hurri-
canes. Watering is his secret
of success.
The Milton Garden Club
is proud to present the resi-
dential "Community Pride
Award" to Lori and Greg.
Perseverance has paid


Dice Run to Benefit MDA


Milton Professional
Firefighters Local 2944,
Midway Professional
Firefighters, and Escambia
Professional Firefighters are
sponsoring a Muscular
Dystrophy Association Ride
to raise funds for this impor-
tant cause.
The run begins August
25 at 9 a.m. at the Milton
Fire department, 5236
Bruner St, behind the
SunTrust Bank on Stewart
St.



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Want to participate?
Call Randy Hendrix
(850) 393-9950


Prizes are last place -
$100., 2nd place - $200., 1st
place - $500. Entry fee is
$20 per bike and $10 for rid-
ers.
Hot dogs and drinks will
be served. There will be a
50/50 Raffle and door prizes


will be awarded.
Proceeds will benefit the
Muscular Dystrophy
Association.
For more information
and registration, please con-
tact Randy Hendrix at 393-
9950.


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Sands Inn

The business
"Community Pride Award"
is presented to the Emerald
Sands Inn. You'd think you
were in the tropics as you
pass The Emerald Sands on
Highway 90. AE
Manager Charlene Ford,
who took over two years
ago, inherited extensive hur-
ricane damage.
She has given the Inn a
much-needed facelift, and
her goal has been to estab-
lish a tropical atmosphere.
She has certainly suc-
ceeded, using palms, foun-
tains, and numerous flower-
ing plants.
Charlene maintains that
"Team Effort" is the key to
her success.
Eight of her team mem-
bers are eager to talk about
the tropical transformation
and the part they played in


Staff of the Emerald Sands Inn: Front L - R Carol Page, William
Call, Jada Nicholson, Karen Sullivan, Patricia Issac, Anthony
Turner, and Manager Charlene Ford; Back L - R Carolyn Holder,
and Anessia Jackson


achieving it.
They all love their work
and are so proud of the results
that they are even willing to
garden in the current hot
weather.
That's true commitment!
So come on by and have a
look.


If you would like to nom-
inate a private residence or a
business for a Community
Pride Award, please phone or
email the Milton Garden
Club.
Telephone: 626-2003 and
the Email is: miltongarden-
club@yahoo.com


TRANSPORTATION PLANNING MEETING
(THE PUBLIC IS INVITED)

Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Meeting
Tuesday, August 21, 2007 - 1:30 p.m.
New Escambia County Court House Commission Board Room - Palafox Place. Pensacola

The TPO meeting originally scheduled for August 8, 2007 has been rescheduled
for Tuesday, August 21, 2007. The agenda remains the same.

Direct questions or comments to Nick Nickoloff at 332-7976, ext 212, or
nick.nickoloff@wfrpc.org
Agendas are available on the TPO's website at http://www.wfrpc.dst.fl.us/fatpo

The TPO will make reasonable accommodations for access to the meetings in
accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and for language require-
ments other than English. Please notify Ms. Ellie Roberts of access or lan-
guage requirements at 850-332-7976 ext 218 at least 48 hours in advance.

"...Planning for the transportation needs of the Pensacola Urbanized Area..."


Pictured on the left is Lena Attaway, President of the Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise congrat-
ulating Greg Brown, Property Appraiser for Santa Rosa County. Mr. Brown spoke to the members
concerning the amendment to be voted on in January 2008.
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Church Directory
AFRICAN METHODIST 5621 Hwy 90. Milton -Susan St. Churcof Christ
EPISCOPALZION -Fil Am Baptist Church 600 Susan St. Milton
Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church 5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton West Church of Christ
5038 Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. Drive, L 9nn i:.-.i..i,,, Cu h.o


Milton
AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
-Greater Bethlehem AME
5299 Richburg St., Milton
ANGLICAN
-Trinity by the Fields
4980 West Spencerfield Road, Pace
APOSTOLIC
-First Apostolic Church
5574 E. Highway 90, Milton
-Pace Apostolic Church
4763 Old Guernsey Road, Pace
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
-Bagdad 1st Assembly of God
4513 Forsyth Street, Bagdad
-East Milton Assemby of God
5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Ebenezer Assembly of God
Ebenezer Church Road, Jay
-Faith Chapel Assembly of God
205 South Airport Road, Milton
-First Assembly of God
6163 Dogwood Drive, Milton
-Harold Assemby of God
10495 Goodrange Rd, Milton
-New Harvest Fellowship
-Assembly of God
E. Highway 90, Pace
-Jay First Assembly of God
400 S. Alabama Street, Jay
-McLellan Assembly of God
6050 Three Notch Trail, Milton
-New Hope Assembly of God
9550 Chumuckla Hwy, Pace
-Pace Assembly of God
3948 Hwy 90, Pace
-True Grace Fellowship
Assembly of God
5178 Willard Norris Rd., Milton
-Welcome Assembly of God
8581 Welcome Church Road, Milton
BAPTIST- ABA
-Berryhill Road Baptist-ABA
3095 Berryhill Road, Milton
-Bethel Missionary Baptist -ABA
6178 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
-Fellowship Baptist Church ABA
5223 Hwy. 90, Pace
-First Missionary Baptist -ABA
3949 Pace Road, Pace
-Galilee Missionary Baptist-ABA
Hwy 90, West Milton
BAPTSIST
-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Faith Baptist
6423 Hamilton Bridge Rd, Milton
-First Baptist of Harold
10585 Goodrange Drive, Milton
-Liberty Baptist Church
6763 Margaret Street
Milton, FL 32570
-Mount Pilgrim Baptist
5103 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Street, Milton
-St. John Divine Missionary Baptist
5363 St. Johns Street, Milton
BAPTIST- INDEPENDENT
-Bible Baptist Church of Pace
4001 Vern Street, Pace
-Bible Way Baptist Church
5976 Dogwood Drive Milton
-Brownsdale Baptist Church
Chumuckla Hwy. Jay
-Joy Bible Baptist
8613 Hwy. 90, Milton
-Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist
5550 Econfina Street, Milton
-Solid Rock Baptist
6760 East Gate Road, Milton
-Trinity Baptist
5301 Highway 90, Pace
-Victory Baptist
4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-West Florida Baptist


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


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-Pea Ridge Church of Christ
4400 Bell Lane. Pea Ridge
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
-Ferris Hill Church of God in Christ
909 N. Alabama St.. Milton
-World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St.. Milton
-Community Chapel Church of God,
4300 Pace Lane,
South of Wal-Mart
-Church of God in Christ
5887 N. Stewart St., Milton
CHURCH OF GOD
-Covenant Church of God
4645 School Ln., Pace
-Church of God of Prophecy
600 Glover Lane, Milton, FL
COMMUNITY OF CHRIST
-Community of Christ
6656 Raymond Hobbs St.Milton
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
-Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints
5737 Berryhill Rd., Milton
EPISCOPAL
-St. Mary's Episcopal Church
6842 Oak St. Milton
FULL GOSPEL
-Milton Victory Ministries
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
-Living Faith Church
7400 Reformation Rd Milton
HOLINESS
-Hollandtown Holiness Church
1851 Pineview Church Rd, Jay
Contact: Hansel Prescott 675-4346
-Cobbtown Holiness
4700 Greenwood Rd
Jay, FL 32565


-Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut. Milton


INTERDENOMINATIONAL
-Evangel Christian Church
6763 Margaret St. Milton
-Ken Sumerall Ministries
4901 Forest Creek Dr., Pace
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
-Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
Congregation
5696 Berryhill Rd, Milton
LUTHERAN
-Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church
6076 Old Bagdad Hwy , Milton
METHODIST
-Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Dr., Milton
-Chumuckla United Methodist Church
9475 Hwy. 197, Chumuckla
-Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist
Church
8008 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-1st United Meth.Church of Pace
4540 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine, Pace
-Bagdad United Methodist Church
4540 Forsyth St., Bagdad
-First United Methodist Church
6830 Berryhill Rd., Milton
-Jay United Methodist Church
300 South Alabama St., Jay
-Mae Edwards Memorial United
Methodist Church
5052 Mulat Road, Milton, FL
-Pineview United Methodist Church
1400 Pineview Church Rd. Jay,
-Wesley Memorial United Methodist
Church
4701 School Ln, Pace, FL
-Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine Rd., Pace
NAZARENE
-First Church of the Nazarene
5162 Avenida Del Fuego, Pace
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
-Christian Life Church


PACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PCUSA

4587 Woodbine Road
Pace, FL 32571
Ph 995-4553 . . ,

Rev. Shuford White, Pastor

10:30 AM: Worship 10:30 AM: Children's Church
,(Summer Schedule)


SFirst United Methodist
Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

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

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!


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

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

[ [I 1 Committed to excellence we :.'ir..' J u;s.
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SHickory Hammock
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987)
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:00 pm
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm
Preschool - All Services
8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton* � - i
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Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


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

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

Where? 4310 North Spencerfield Rd. * Pace * 32571
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4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-Church of the Living God
3375 Garcon Pt. Milton
-New Testament Church
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
-Shepherd House Ministries
5739 N. Stewart St., Milton
-Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart St., Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
PENTECOSTAL
-Gospel Lighthouse Church
10001 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-United Pentecostal
Church of Berrydale
7580 Hwy. 4, Jay
PENTECOSTAL - HOLINESS
-Mount Zion Pentecostal Holiness
Church
5532 Osceola St., Milton
-Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness
Church
2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
-New Vision Worship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton
-Roeville Holiness Church
Munson Hwy., Milton
-Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy 164)
Jay, FL 32565


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994-6088


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4S \ Milton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten

623-2510

Sunday School: 9:45 Worship: 11am



Celebrate with us!

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

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



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6331 Chestnut Street
Milton. FL 32570


623-4671


Rev. Tod Brainard, Pastor



Sunday School: 9:45 amn.
Sunday Morning: 11:00 anm.
Sunday Evening: 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 p.m.


5 Sunday!
PRESBYTERIAN - PCA
-Westminster Presbyterian Church PCA
6659 Park Avenue, Milton

PRESBYTERIAN - USA
-First Presbyterian Church of Milton
5206 Elmira St. , Milton, FL
-Pace Presbyterian Church
4587 Woodbine Rd., Pace, FL
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
-Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church
5339 Zero Ln., Milton, FL
-Mount Zion Primitive Baptist Church
603 4th Av., Milton, FL
PROTESTANT
Milton SDA Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
-Milton Seventh-Day
Adventist Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton
UNITED PENTECOSTAL
-First Pentecostal Church of Bagdad
4636 Forsyth St., Bagdad

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


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


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


IEPISCOPALI St. M army's
CHURCH .
Episcopal Church
*- - The Rev. John Wallace
Services:
..;' / Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
6849 Oak Streetednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nursery provided for Sunday service
Phone (850) 623-2905 www.stmarysmilton.com


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

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


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Community News


House approves legislation on bills to help veterans


Washington, D.C. - Last
night, the House of
Representatives approved
two veterans-related bills,
including one introduced by
Jeff Miller (R-FL-01), that
makes hospice care more
affordable for veterans.
Miller's bill H.R. 2623,
would prohibit the collection
of co-payments for all hos-
pice care furnished by the
Department of Veterans
Affairs (VA).
"This legislation corrects
an inequity in current law
that penalizes a veteran who
chooses to remain at home
for their hospice care or out
of medical necessity receives
hospice care in an acute care
setting," said Jeff Miller,


A.E. New Junior
Incorporated, based out of
Pensacola, is facing penal-
ties from violations found at
a school construction site.
The United States
Department of Labor's
Occupational Safety and
Health Administration
(OSHA) has proposed
$146,000 worth in penalties
against the company for
eight safety violations found
at a school construction site
in Milton, Florida.
According to Michael
Wald, Spokesman for the
U.S. Department of Labor,
the construction site is an
elementary school located at
3740 Excalibur Way in
Milton.
The company was cited
for three willful safety viola-
tions. \with peiililde totaling
$132,000. OSHA deter-


ranking member of the
Subcommittee on Health.
"It is important to ensur-
ing that all end-of-life care
for veterans is provided in an
equitable and compassionate
manner."
The House also passed
H.R. 2874, the Veterans'
Health Care Improvement
Act of 2007, which would
establish a number of mean-
ingful improvements in the
delivery of veteran's health
care.
"This is a much needed
bill that has strong bipartisan
support and helps the VA pro-
vide better care for our
nation's veterans." Miller
said
The bill would provide


mined that competently
trained employees wit-
nessed violations that jeop-
ardized safety but did not
take corrective action. The
violations included employ-
ees working on an improper-
ly erected scaffold, employ-
ees working from a
makeshift platform, and
employees using a forklift to
lift them to the building's
roof without using required
fall protection equipment.
The OSHA inspectors
cited the company for four
serious safety violations
with proposed penalties of
$10,000. These violations
included allowing employ-
ees to work on a roof edge
without fall protection,
using a pallet on a forklift as
a platform for employees,
having employees access the
scaffold in an unsafe man-


innovative transportation
options for veterans in
remote rural areas to improve
access to VA medical facili-
ties. H.R. 2874 would
enhance readjustment coun-
seling and mental health
services for Operation
Enduring Freedom and
Operation Iraqi Freedom vet-
erans through peer outreach
and support programs.
H.R. 2874 would perma-
nently grant free VA health
care for veterans who partici-
pated in certain Department
of Defense (DoD) biological
and chemical warfare testing
during the Cold War, require
VA domiciliary programs to
have adequate and safe envi-
ronments to meet the needs


ner, and allowing debris to
accumulate around the work
site.
A $4,000 repeat safety
violation was proposed for
allowing employees to
work near overhead brick
laying operations without
wearing hard hats. The com-
pany was cited for the same
violation in 2004.
The company has 15
working days from the
receipt of the citations to
contest them and the pro-
posed penalties before the
independent Occupational
Safety and Health Review
Commission. The site was
inspected by staff from
OSHA's office in
Jacksonville.
Attempts were made to
contact the owner of the
company, but were unsuc-
cessful.


Library card is the most


important school supply


Today's kids are well-
outfitted to head back to
school.
Parents make sure their
kids have the gear they need
for all of their activities -
new backpacks and binders
for a new school year, uni-
forms for soccer, and safety
helmets for bike riding - but
they might have overlooked
the most important school
supply of all: a public
library card.
A Santa Rosa County
Library card gives kids free
access to online Live
Homework Help, interactive
test preparation from
Learning Express, and mate-
rials to research their papers
or information for their next
book report.
It can also help make
life after school more fun,
with free access to music,
DVDs, the Internet and
more.
Students can search the
library catalog from any
Internet connection 24 hours
a day, seven days a week by
connecting to the library's
Web site.
With a library card, stu-
dents can request that mate-
rials such as books, CDs,
and DVDs be sent to their
home library and see a list of
materials they have checked
out, along with due dates.
Your library card allows
access to select electronic
resources (e-sources) avail-
able at the Santa Rosa
County Library web site.
E-sources offer compre-
hensive, accurate, and reli-
able information for home-
work and research that you
can't get anywhere else on
the web. Available resources
include electronic maga-
zines, newspapers,
almanacs, encyclopedias,
and books, providing infor-


Look for homework help-

resources for research and

more at:

wVww.santarosa.fl.gov/libraries


mation on topics such as
current events, education,
business, technology, and
health issues.
Back to school is the
perfect time to make sure
kids are equipped with a
library card.
Make sure your kids
gear up for school by sign-


ing up for a library card at
your local library or online
a t
www.santarosa.fl.gov/librari
es
No matter how
crammed the backpack - or
your family's schedule -
there's always room for a
library card.


of women veterans and
expand referral and counsel-
ing services for veterans at
risk for homelessness transi-
tioning from penal institu-


tions or institutions provid-
ing long-term care for men-
tal illness. Further, the bill
would modify requirements
for homeless veterans to


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supportive services for very
low-income veterans living
in permanent housing.


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Life Styles


Wesley Owens
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Wesle, %ill be cele
rating his Ist
birthdaN, -ugust
22. 200-. \Vesle, n
the son ofN Mallor, .
and Chri; O %ens
He is also thee
grandson of Susan
FIodi Kimbrell.
and lerr% ISherr\ i i
Barron and Teresa
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Pastor & Mrs. Rogers celebrate 50 years


Pastor and Mrs. Fred E.
Rogers celebrated 50 years
of marriage on August 16.
They have 2 children-Andy
(Robin) Rogers of Milton,
and Cheri Rogers of
Lakeland, FL; and 3 grand-
children-Kersten (Matthew)
Naes and John Rogers of
Milton, and the late Joshua
Rogers.
A celebration of their 50th
Anniversary will be held at
the First Assembly
Fellowship Hall today,
August 18th from 2 to 4 p.m.
Rev. Rogers has been pastor
of Milton First Assembly of
God for 38 years.


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and Mistie laramillo, of
Milton, FL.
Proud big brother is Cam'ron
Jaramillo, age 4. Maternal
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August 18, 2007

Section B


Coaches to teach lessons in life


Oer the summer Pace Athletic Director Robert Freeman has
been busy compiling handbooks for the "Winning with
Character" program to be introduced this year.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @ srpressgazette .com
It never fails at least one
time a week where someone
affiliated with college or pro-
fessional athletics makes the
news for some indiscretion.
Of late, the names of
Pacman Jones, Michael Vick,
and former NBA referee Tim
Donaghy have become a glar-
ing mark against the sports
world.
Now Pace is bringing a
program that originated at the
University of Georgia to their
athletes.
"This is a program we will
be working on through our
athletic department and teach-
ing during the season," said
Pace Athletic Director Robert
Freeman. "We will be teach-
ing this to all male and female
athletes.
"Overall our purpose is to
improve the moral reasoning
and social values of our ath-
letes."
The entire program, which


was written for UGA football
coach Mark Richt with the
help of Dr. Sharon Kay Stoll at
the University of Idaho Center
for ETHICS (Ethical Theory
and Honor in Competition and
Sport), has five important
aspects.
* To be a servant-leader
in action, word, and deed
* To value decency and
carry it out in all behavior and
action
* To value the traditions
and integrity of the sport
* To remember why the
sport is played
* To have fun
Freeman pointed out why
he feels this program is so
important.
"You don't have to look
too far to see negative things
in sports today," said
Freeman. "They say the best
time to help shape a young
person's moral reasoning is
between the ages of 16 and 22.
"They already know right
from wrong, but until they get


older and on their own they
are not challenged or tempted.
To help prepare for this
program, which will be taught
by the coaches, Freeman took
a vanload to listen to a semi-
nar led by Dr. Stoll.
"On the way back we
talked and everyone seemed
very excited about the pro-
gram," said Freeman. "This is
a scientifically developed pro-
gram with a pre-test and post-
test."
After the program origi-
nated with the University of
Georgia in 2003 it spread to
the University of Maryland,
University of Alabama, the
Atlanta Braves, and many
high school athletic depart-
ments in the U.S.
For the coaches at Pace
they will have an extra task
ahead of them.
"This is requiring an extra
effort on the part of our coach-
es as they will sit down two or
three times a week after prac-
tice to cover the material,"


said Freeman. "In this they
will not be an instructor, but
serve more as a facilitator.
"This is a different
approach to what I feel like we
have been doing here for
years,"
Freeman does not see a
problem with the high school
athletes at Pace, but is very
aware of the outside influ-
cences young people face
when they are not on the field
or at school.
"We teach these things as
coaches, but I feel this is more
reinforcement," said Freeman.
"As we go along things will
change during the four year
program and we will make
adjustments.
"We will do all we can do
to help the student have a pos-
itive foundation to start their
life on."
The Winning with
Character program covers 47
lessons and is a constant work
in progress according 'to
Freeman.


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By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Football season is less
than two weeks away and area
coaches and players are busy
putting the final touches on
offensive and defensive
schemes before the season
begins.
Florida Freedom
Newspapers has been doing
the very same thing when it
comes to sports coverage
along the Gulf Coast and on
Wednesday kicked off a new
website, NWFVarsity.com.
"Here at the Press Gazette
we are very excited about
what this website can offer
and afford the high school
sports fan in our coverage
area," said acting Press-
Gazette Publisher Jim
Fletcher. "This site will con-
tain information about not just
teams in Santa Rosa County,
but Okaloosa, Walton, and
other teams covered by
Florida Freedom
Newspapers."
This website will not take
the place of the Press-
Gazette's coverage of local
high school sports, but will
serve .as an enhancement to
our current coverage.
Along with feature stories
and game summaries fans will
also be able to see player and
team stats as well as looking
ahead.
"When we learned about
the introduction of
NWFVarsity.com it was an
exciting time for our paper as
we are very aware how pas-
sionate our high school sports
fans are," said Fletcher. "As
we move forward with this
site we hope it will continue to
grow and prosper."
Some future plans for the
site will allow for the addition
of some video highlights and
comments from selected
games along with sports
blogs, coaching activities,
along with a section on
recruiting.
User-friendly drop down
menus will help fans follow
their favorite high school
sports this fall.
Not only will you find
news on football, but golf,
cross-country, swimming, and
volleyball as well.
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Here is just a small sample of the items you will find involving area high school sports on the new
Florida Freedom website NWFVarsity.com.


ed effort of all the sports
departments within the Florida
Freedom Newspaper family,"
said Fletcher. "We are looking
for this site to become a
resource fans will come to
depend on when it comes to


following their favorite high
school team during the
upcoming season and season's
to come."
Currently the site features
the football schedules and ros-
ters for all area teams with


Graphic by Bill Gamblin
other sports to follow.
Football fans should also
keep an eye out for our 2007
High School Football Preview
which will hit newsstands on
Aug. 29, just in time for the
start of the high school season.


Last Saturday's O'Reilly Sprint Car Series event was cancelled due
to the lack of participants as teams were fearful of what they feel
is an interpretation of rules by the Florida Department of
Transportation.
File, photo


Could the cost of


racing get higher?


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @ srpressgazette .com
One week ago several race
fans were disappointed to
learn the schedule had
changed at Southern Raceway.
The much anticipated stop
on the O'Reilly United Sprint
Car Series was cancelled.
According to O'Reilly
USCS President Pete Walton,
the reason was due to compli-
cations from a recent change
in the manner the Florida
Department of Transportation
is interpreting regulations on
racecar trailer towing vehi-
cles.
"This was the first race I
have ever had to cancel
because of .a car count," said
Walton. "I don't think sending
half of what we should have is
fair to the track or the fans
who deserve the best show we
can give."
Their last visit to Southern
Raceway was also affected for
the same reason as only nine
cars showed up for the race
back on July 21 st.
"We had put together a
pretty strong group of USCS
regulars by Tuesday for the
event, but since then several of
them had a change of plans,"
said Walton. The Gulf Coast
area drivers from Mississippi
and Louisiana who participat-
ed frequently in the past at the
track have to travel through
West Florida on their way to
the track.
"Several of these teams
had warnings issued to them at
the Florida Line while in
route. Those teams would
have received fines, but some
instead chose to go home. The
same teams and others from
Mississippi and Louisiana


were totally reluctant to come
to the event because of these
problems in July."
The problem stems from
the Federal Motor Carrier
Safety Regulations.
According to the regula-
tions, the drivers would be
okay except the cost of the
activity is deducted as a busi-
ness expense and corporate
sponsorship is involved.
Many of the drivers
involved have their
motorhome listed in the name
of a corporation and not for
hire, while their cars and trail-
ers bear the O'Reilly Series
name and logo along with that
of some sponsors.
"It can be a motor home
and it can also become a com-
mercial vehicle depending on
its purpose when it crosses
state lines," according to Lt.
Jeff Frost with the Florida
Department of Transportation
Motor Carrier Corporation
Office. "Many of the haulers
we encountered in this situa-
tion were registered in a busi-
ness or company name due to
tax liability purposes.
"So we have to look at the
guidelines we have given to us
by the federal government."
One driver who is now in
compliance is Donald Long,
who races at Five Flags
Speedway and is currently tied
for ninth place in the Super
Late Model Division.
Long was stopped on two
separate occasions as he
returned to Florida and was
fined a grand total of $4,200.
"This is an expensive
hobby for me," said Long.
"The first time I was fined
$500 for not having a DOT
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The Florida Department of Transportation seems to be the only group enforcing the Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Rules and Regulations. Currently racers are feeling the pinch at the Florida-Alabama
line, but enforcement could also be felt while traveling within the state.
Press Gazette file photo


Fines


Continued From Page One
sticker and the second time
two weeks later I was told I
was over weight and over
dimensions and paid $4,200.
"I guess they are enforc-
ing the rules, but if they do in
other states what they are now
doing in Florida it will be a
bad situation."
The worst part is how this
regulation could end up effect-
ing local tracks and the cars
that come to race here.
Southern Raceway has
some big races each year
including the O'Reilly USCS
cars and the Derrick Henley
Memorial, while Five Flags is
home to the Snowball Derby
and the Blizzard Series races.
For Five Flags promoter
Tim Bryant he is in a difficult


Wrestling ton
Special to the Press Gazette
There appears to be a
Union problem within the Old
School Wrestling camp.
All of the issues could
come to an end during the main
event tonight at the Santa Rosa
County Auditorium
Members of Wrestling


position.
"We are trying to act as a
go between and do all we can
with the DOT," said Bryant.
"We have been asking the
DOT to help us educate the
races about the rules of the
road, because some of the
drivers we have talked to have
been hit with some pretty
hefty fines.
"We are not asking for
special rules but a little time
for our teams to do what they
need to do."
People like Walton, who
has to lookout for what is in
the best interest of his series,
might have to mark tracks like
Southern or Five Flags off his
list.
"If things don't change I
don't think we will be able to


ight in Santa
Union Local 850 are joining
forces with Pat Patera and
Wade Garrett to take on the
long standing members of Old
School Wrestling Steve
Savage, Steve Fury, and OWS
President Chief Ironclaw.
. Also scheduled to apper are
Aeon Flexx, Mike Webb, Rikki


come back or reschedule,"
said Walton. "As President of
the series I have to look at
what is in everybody's best
interest."
A call to the Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Administration
on why other states were not
applying the rules as well was
not returned by press time.
So what would drivers
who have been fined like Long
like to see happen?
"I would like to see the
DOT put out a bulletin and
come out to ,the track to
explain what we need to do,"
said Long. "And then allow us
a grace period to get things in
order before we are fined.
"I can deal with a $200 to
$300 fine, but a $4,200 fine is
definitely not too fun."


Rosa County
Rocket, the Rainbow Warrior
Ron Horn, Turbo Ted, Chris
Cody and many other Old
School Wrestling favorites.
Tonight will also be Milton
fan appreciation night as the
doors will open at 6 p.m. with
the first match schedule to
begin at 7:30 p.m.


East Milton Youth
Soccer: Sign-ups for the
East Milton Fall Soccer
League will run through
Sept 1.
This league is for play-
ers U6 through U18.
Sign-ups will be held
from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
each Saturday at the East
Milton Youth Complex.
For more information,
contact the EMYA Soccer
Director at 994-8510.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Spring Soccer:
Registration is currently
ongoing for the fall recre-
ational season, online reg-
istration is available at the
FCSR website www.fcsan-
tarosa.com.
A fee is involved in
participation with this soc-
cer league, there is an addi-
tional fee for team jersey.
Individuals interested
in coaching or assisting
can sign up on the volun-
teer page while registering
their' child or email
vicepresident @ fcsan-
tarosa. com.
More information on
the recreational and select
soccer programs is avail-
able on the club website.
Whiting Field
Tournament: Whiting
Field Golf Association 4-
man scramble is set for 8
a.m. on August 25. This
will be a shotgun start with
a computer blind draw with
"A", "B", "C", and "D"
players on each foursome.
Signup sheets are posted at
the Whiting Field
Clubhouse.
East Milton Softball
Tourney: The East Milton
Youth Association will be
hosting a co-ed softball
tournament.
The Tournament will
be held on Aug. 25 at the
East Milton Ball Park.
Players are only
allowed to use ASA bats
and 47 core balls.
For entry fee and more
information call 626-7458.
Stonebrook Golf
Tournament: Stonebrook
Golf Club will be holding a
men's invitational on Sept.
8 and Sept. 9
This tournament will
be an individual format.


For more information
on fees for members and
non-members contact
Stonebrook Golf Club.
Pace Football Reserve
Seats: Reserved seating
for the 2007 Pace Patriot
football season is on sale.
Reserved seats are $80
each.
For more information
call the Pace High School
Athletic Department at
995-3609.
Super Patriot Pass:
Pace High School is selling
their Super Patriot family
pass this season for $185.
This pass is good for all
regular season home sport-
ing events.
For more information
call 995-3609.
Milton Football
Reserve Seating:
Reserved seating for the
2007 Milton Panther foot-
ball season is currently on
sale.
Seats are $42 each and
cover all home varsity and
junior varsity football
games.
For more information
contact Milton High
School at 983-5600.
Panther Passes On
Sale Now: Milton High
School has announced
Panther Passes are on sale.
A Panther Pass is good
for the purchaser and their
immediately family to
attend all Milton regular
season athletic events.
Panther Passes are
$175 and can be purchased
at the high school.
For more information
call 983-5600.
Bud Light Charity
Challenge Tennis: The
Pensacola Sports
Association will hold the
third annual Bud Light
Charity Challenge Tennis
Tournament at the
Pensacola Racquet Club.
The challenge will be
held Sept. 14 and 15 with a
portion of the proceeds
going to support the ARC
Gateway.
Tennis players of any
skill level can play as play-
ers will be grouped by abil-
ity levels.
For non tennis players
the event will include a


silent auction with various
weekend getaways, gift
baskets from area busi-
nesses, sports memorabil-
ia, and plants from the
ARC Gateway nursery.
Registration deadline
for the tournament is Sept.
11.
For more information
call 434-2800 or go online
to www.pensacolasports
.com
Milton Cheer Clinic:
Milton High School will
host a cheer, clinic Sept. 10
through Sept. 13 at the
Milton Community Center.
The clinic will run
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. each
day and is open to all girls
from kindergarten to 8th
grade.
Cost of the camp cov-
ers instruction, T-shirt and
admission to the Milton
home football game
against Navarre.
For costs and further
information contact Milton
High School.
Seafood Festival 5K:
The Pensacola Runners
will host the Seafood 5K to
help kickoff the 2007
Pensacola Seafood
Festival.
This year's event will
cover a certified, scenic,
flat loop through historic
downtown Pensacola on
Sept. 22.
Also. this will be the
first time the first male and
female runners in the Great
Senior Grandmasters (age
70 and up) category will be
eligible for awards.
The race will get under-
way at 8 a.m. at Seville
Quarter.
A post race party and
awards will be held at Phineas
Phogggs in Seville Quarter.
Printable registration
forms are available at
www.pensacolarunners.com
or at area sport shops and
health clubs.
More activities can be
found at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or activ-
ity. And you are also more
than welcome to enter your
events there as well.


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Craftsman Truck Series Setup - SPEED @ 6:30 p.m.
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Petty breaks hand


Kyle Petty suffered a bro-
ken hand as a result of hitting
his hand on a door inside the
No. 45 hauler after a Lap 69
incident in Sunday's race at
Watkins Glen.
Petty had early problems -
- by Lap 9 he was seven laps
down to the leaders -- and his
day got worse when the
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flew home to North Carolina
where he was treated by a doc-
tor who determined that the
hand was broken.
Petty finished 43rd and
remained 37th in the point
standings.
His status for this week's
race at Michigan remains
uncertain.
In 51 starts at Michigan he


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Driver Bill Elliott
Owner. Glen Wood
Points: 1632
Points out of 34th: 97
Points ahead of 36th: 37
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33 Kyle Petty
34 Joe Custer
35 Glen Wood
36 Bill Davis
37 Jim Frey
38 James Rocco


has three top-five finishes and
10 top-10s. His best run at the
2-mile track was a third-place
finish on June 28, 1987.
Petty sat out five races
earlier this season -- including
the Cup Series event at
Michigan on June 17 -- while
doing broadcast work during
TNT's "Summer Series." John
Andretti qualified 37th and
finished 27th that day.
If Petty cannot drive,
Andretti will not be an option.
He has signed with BAM
Racing for the remainder of
the season as driver of the No.
49 car.
In an ongoing effort to
increase the competitive level
of the No. 49 team, BAM
Racing announced Monday
that John Andretti will drive
the car for the remainder of
the 2007 Nextel Cup Series
season beginning at Michigan
International Speedway.
Andretti has two wins, 13
top-five and 37 top-10 finishes
along with four pole positions
in series competition.
"We have made significant
changes across the board in
the past weeks to improve our
overall program," said team
owner Beth Ann Morgenthau.


Bill Elliott
Driver
Kyle Petty
Johnny Sauter
Bill ElIlott
Dave Blaney
Joe Nemecheck
Scott Riggs


Points
1729
1729
1632
1595
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By BILL GAMBLIN and the only limit it was adhering to is not increasing its brand posi
sports@srpressgazette.com tion on the car.
Race fans We are sorry, but your call to Jeff Burton cannot be corn- NASCAR in its arguments stated NEXTEL was entitled to exclu-
peted as dialed due to no service. sivity through its 10-year $700-million dollar investment, whicl
In the most recent battle of 'How the Sponsors Squirm', began in2004.
NASCAR and NEXTEL/Sprint won a Prior to Monday's decision NASCAR felt they would win on an
decision Monday in the 11 thappeal.
U.S. Circuit Court o: "Thie MN. 11th rulinl '-.a limited to thec facts of this particular
Appeals. .cae and d,-, nt h-., e bIad imphicItu-n,." according to Poston
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tices, AT&T, which is 1oI. I: Ithe r.dutrr, .Lnd d painrcr .Alld .aill protect the industry front
based in San Antonio, action deigled to interrmipt a Ibucine model which has been benefit
lacks the standing to chal- i i, all
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Back in May, AT&T " nerstonle rpo.rini that hbenielit the entire industry by way o
won the first battle as U.S. its cotributtin tro the chamr pio nship point's fund, tech
District Judge Marvin -l,,._., brini lan, cloei i to the sport, and its mas
Shoob issued a preliminary, ile.ie mitrkehn i an d'I, erasing campaigns."
injunction barring NASCAkR Ii unknii'..i, at press time what pain
from stopping AT&T Inc hmIr 'c'heie ., ill adorn Jeff Burton's Chevy
placing its logo and brand namne on Monite Carlk_ thi Sunday in Brooklyn
the Richard Childress Chct.rolet. Mich
driven by Jeff Burton. Fell!_. NEXTEL Cup driver Robby
He would later deny .in a.ipc.Al bi , (-rd-Ij laced a similar issue in Atlant
NASCAR, as did the 11t " C(jIS n v, itLia p ,nVrLhip from Motorola.
Court of Appeal in Atlanta. After being told to remove al
Thus it was called the 'Jol Butii--,n Car' b Mintorolai logos before testing on
commentators as AT&T had tChe blue doIt. .lobI',. IFrida. :Ln aiereement was reached to
or sphere prominently d5,pla.i,CLId r1- ,In'i on . run a paint scheme carrying a digi
Burton's No. 31, but his dn, e r .u aiiroi v ith the L ital audio player Motorola
entire crew. de>!i...
NASCAR's managing duectoir fo! co-po.ti com lWhen Gordon was firs
munications said NASCAR .. otld conuninue ts leal cIl iallenged about his unap
fight. proved design, he ques


"NASCAR is disappointed thiaI the Lques[t for ai si\
was not successful," said Por rni "\\e v. ill cotnune i,
explore every legal avenue a,.i ible ,-, u, In the nmejntunie e.
will honor the court's ruling "
The U.S. District Court dcci-Mion t lar n in Shooh is nov. n h bein1
remanded to him for dismis.ilI
"Because Cingular (nc'.'. AT&lT Mobbi\ i v.as neither ai part, (to
nor an intended beneficiary i'I the igl.iindfather clauseI, is. has not itielJ
suffered a legally cognizable in luIr .is a result of NASCAR'" interpre-
tation," the panel of three jud':e' \v rlie in their tin;aniiiilouL. decision to"
overturn the May 18 ruling b, Shlioob
In lifting the injunction the tedJeral i:urL ,ot a.ppead, -aid Ln p.art
that under Georgia law AT&T was not a third-party beneficiary of an
agreement between NASCAR and Richard Childress Racing and, as..a
result it lacks standing to challenge NASCAR's interpretation of that
agreement.
The case, which includes a $100-million countersuit by
NASCAR against AT&T, is still scheduled to go to trial.
Prior to Monday's decision all briefs had to have been filed by
June 25 and were heard this past July.
Central to the entire dispute is the sponsorship agreement between
NASCAR and Sprint/NEXTEL, which does not allow any other wire-
less companies from sponsoring cars.
Cingular and Alltel, which sponsors the Dodge driven by Ryan
Newman were grandfathered in due to contracts prior to NEXTEL
becoming the title sponsor.
AT&T says that nothing in its agreement prohibits a name change


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tioned why they could
firbe an associate spon-
sor and not a primary.
NEXTEL offers
packages and plans
which include
Motorola cellular
phones.
Gordon was also
not permitted to carry
a Samsung sponsor-
ship on his car at Las
Vegas.
. Gordon contended.
Samsung produces televisions and MP3 players, but NASCAR stood
firm on their response.
A letter was forwarded to NASCAR to rethink their position, but
the series has yet to respond.
Another sponsorship question and exclusivity issue centered
around Daytona 500 and NEXTEL Challenge champion Kevin
Harvick.
Harvick has come under some fire because of the size of the Shell
logos on his No. 29 Chevy Monte Carlo, which also happens to be
owned by Richard Childress Racing.
Sunoco, the official fuel supplier of NASCAR, is holding the
same contention while Shell/Pennzoil contend they are not promoting
their fuel line, but lubricants.


Tra P Ir Li Backstretch: 2,242 feet / 50


2006 Pole Winner
Jeff Burton - 187.936 mph
2006 Race Winner
Matt Kenseth - 135.097 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. - 191.149
mph (2000)
Track Race Record
Dale Jarrett - 173.997 mph
(1999)


Turn 3

18�








Turn 4
180


Turn 2
18�








Turn 1
180


Frontstretch: 3,600 feet / 120


-ago


After Centurion at the Glen


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


Behind
Leader
-344
-432
-445
-560
-578
-595
-627
-717
-729


After Zippo 200 at the Glen


Driver
Carl Edwards
David Reutimann
Kevin Harvick
Jason Leffler
David Ragan
Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
Stephen Leicht
Marcos Ambrose
Mike Wallace
Greg Biffle


Behind
Leader
-766
-791
-920
-948
-1,039
-1,107
-1,139
-1,209
-1,225


After Toyota Tundra 200


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


Behind
Leader
-82
-236
-266
480
-552
-636
-646
-699
-770)


After Toyota ARCA 150
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Michael McDowell -80
3. Dexter Bean -175
4. Justin Allgaier -385
5. Phillip McGilton -495
6. Patrick Sheltra -615
7. Justin South -635
8, Bobby Gerhart -770
9, Bryan Silas -805
10, Justin Marks -940


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536 ALABAMA ST
5316 ALABAMA ST
5316 ALABAMA ST
5378 ALABAMA ST
5378 ALABAMA ST
5445 ALABAMA ST
5556 ALABAMA ST
ALABAMA ST@
NORTHSIDE CIR
ALABAMA ST@
NORTHSIDE CIR
6019 ANDERSON LANE
6031 ANDERSON LANE
ANDERSON LANE @
JEREMY DR
ANDERSON LANE@
WHISPERING PINES ST
ANDERSON LANE@
WHISPERING PINES ST
ANNA SIMPSON RD@
MILL POND LANE
ANNA SIMPSON RD@
MILL POND LANE
ANTHONY AVE@
TIMOTHY LANE
ANTHONY AVE@
TIMOTHY LANE
6045 ARNIES WAY
6045 ARNIES WAY
6112 ARNIES WAY
6112 ARNIES WAY
6120 ARNIES WAY
6120 ARNIES WAY
5907 ASHTON WOODS CIR
5907 ASHTON WOODS CIR
5912 ASHTON WOODS CIR
5912 ASHTON WOODS CIR
5960 ASHTON WOODS CIR
5968 ASHTON WOODS CIR
5968 ASHTON WOODS CIR
5987 ASHTON WOODS CIR
5987 ASHTON WOODS CIR
ASHTON WOODS CIR@
WHITE CREEK LN
ASHTON WOODS CIR@
WHITE CREEK LN
4122 AUDISS ROAD
4273 AUDISS ROAD
4273 AUDISS ROAD
4322 AUDISS ROAD
AUDISS ROAD @
CONTENTMENT ST
AUDISS ROAD @
CONTENTMENT ST
AUDISS ROAD @
WARREN ROAD
5494 BAKER ROAD
6186 BANDOLCT
6186 BANDOLCT
6195 BANDOLCT
6195 BANDOLCT
BARBARA LN @
ASHTON WOODS CIR
BARBARA LN @
ASHTON WOODS CIR
6417 BARNES ST
6420 BARNES ST
6420 BARNES ST,
6432 BARNES ST
6457 BARNES ST
4783 BERRYHILL RD
4783 BERRYHILL RD
5645 BERRYHILL RD
5667 BERRYHILL RD
5667 BERRYHILL RD
5689 BERRYHILL RD
6614 BERRYHILL RD
6614 BERRYHILL RD
BERRYHILL RD @
MARKS PL
BERRYHILL RD @
MARKS PL
5308 BISHOP RD
5308 BISHOP RD
5525 BOOKER ST
5525 BOOKER ST
5571 BOOKER ST
5571 BOOKER ST
5595 BOOKER ST
5595 BOOKER ST
BOOKER ST@
MARSHA DR
BOOKER ST@
MARSHA DR
5428 BRANDON DR.
5428 BRANDON DR.
6020 BRECKENRIDGE DR
BRECKENRIDGE DR@
GRANDWOOD DR
BRECKENRIDGE DR@
NORTHWOOD CT
6401 BRIGADIER ROAD
6401 BRIGADIER ROAD
6407 BRIGADIER ROAD
4079 BUFORD LANE
4079 BUFORD LANE
4315 BURBANK DR
4315 BURBANK DR
BURBANK DR @
ARLON LANE
BURBANK DR @
ARLON LANE
7025 BUSHNELL ST
7025 BUSHNELL ST
BUSHNELL ST@
SCHOOL STREET
BUSHNELL ST@
SCHOOL STREET
6362 BUTTERNUT ST


Bus
400
.400
400
400
1407
1407


Time
3:16P
8:01 A
7:56A
3:15P
7:44A
3:41 P


1407 7:45A


1407
41-98
41-98


3:41 P
8:OOA
3:15P


41-98 3:11P

41-98 8:OOA

41-98 3:15P

43-98 7:50A

43-98 3:33P

41-98 8:02A


41-98
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98


3:13P
7:49A
3:29P
7:48A
3:28P
7:48A
3:28P
8:06A
3:02P
8:06A
3:03P
8:07A
8:07A
3:04P
8:07A
3:04P


43-98 8:08A


43-98
1903
1903
1903
1903.


3:05P
7:43A
8:05A
3:08P
3:08P


1903 7:42A

1903 3:34P


1903
2206
43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98


3:10P
3:37P
7:37A
3:20P
7:37A
3:20P


43-98 8:11A


43-98
400
400
400
400
400
2206
2206
1703
1703
1703
1703
400
400


3:07P
8:07A
8:07A
3:28P
8:06A
3:29P
7:24A
3:46P
3:21 P
7:56A
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3:20P
8:03A
3:24P


400 8:12A


400
1703
1703
1703
1703
1703
1703
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1703


3:26P
8:OOA
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1703 7:45A.


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7:40A
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42-98 7:37A


42-98
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41-98
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1903
1305
1305


3:06P
7:49A
3:21 P
3:21 P
7:54A
3:23P
7:47A
3:31 P


1305 7:47A


1305
1803
1803


3:31 P
7:36A
3:37P


1803 7:28A

1803 3:32P
1305 7:59A


Hobbs Middle School Bus Schedule


NOTE:
The School Bus Schedule for Hobbs
Middle School was accidentally left out of
the full Wednesday schedule. It is included
here. We regret the omission.


5318
5318
5555
5417
5417
4080
5605
5605
6664
6664


1305 3:14P
1305 8:OOA
1305 3:12P

42-98 3:28P

42-98 8:09A

42-98 3:38P

1407 7:52A


HOBBS
MIDDLE SCHOOL


6362 BUTTERNUT ST
6420 BUTTERNUT ST
6420 BUTTERNUT ST
BYROM ST@
CEDAR STREET
BYROM ST@
SANDERS ST
BYROM ST@
SANDERS ST
BYROM ST@
SPRING VILLA APTS
BYROM ST@
SPRING VILLA APTS
5416 CAMILLE GARDENS CIR
5416 CAMILLE GARDENS CIR
5457 CAMILLE GARDENS CIR
5457 CAMILLE GARDENS CIR
5471 CAMILLE GARDENS CIR
5476 CAMILLE GARDENS CIR
CAROLINE ST@
CAMPBELL LANE
CARR ROAD @
BURBANK DR
CARR ROAD @
BURBANK DR
6033 CARROLL ROAD
6033 CARROLL ROAD
6145 CARROLL ROAD
6145 CARROLL ROAD
6170 CARROLL ROAD
CASA GRANDE DR @
CASA GRANDE CIR
CASA GRANDE DR @
CASA GRANDE CIR
5916 CASTLE DR
5916 CASTLE DR
5936 CASTLE DR
5936 CASTLE DR
6433 CEDAR STREET
6453 CEDAR STREET
6453 CEDAR STREET
6571 CEDAR STREET
6609 CEDAR STREET
6609 CEDAR STREET
6649 CEDAR STREET
6665 CEDAR STREET
6665 CEDAR STREET
CEDAR STREET@
ORANGE ST
CEDAR STREET@
ORANGE ST
5885 CEDAR TREE DR
5885 CEDAR TREE DR
5898 CEDAR TREE DR
6350 CHERRY LAUREL DR
6350 CHERRY LAUREL DR
5917 CHICHI CIR
5917 CHI CHI CIR
CHINQUAPIN ROAD@
LANSING DR
4491 CHURCH ST
4536 CHURCH ST
CLAYTON LANE
CLAYTON LANE
COLLINS MILL APTS/
NORTHROP RD
COLLINS MILL APTS/
NORTHROP RD
COLUMBIA AVE@
COTTONWOOD DRIVE
5300 CONECUH ST
5300 CONECUH ST
CORA ST @
BLACKWOOD ST
CORA ST @
BLACKWOOD ST
6283 COTTAGE WOODS DR
6283 COTTAGE WOODS DR
6350 COTTAGE WOODS DR
6350 COTTAGE WOODS DR
5412 COTTONWOOD DRIVE
COTTONWOOD DRIVE@
POPLAR ST
COUNTRY CLUB DR@
LOCUST ST
COUNTRY CLUB DR@
LOCUST ST
4207 CROSSWINDS DR
4207 CROSSWINDS DR
4231 CROSSWINDS DR
4231 CROSSWINDS DR
CROSSWINDS DR @
QUIETWOOD DR
CROSSWINDS DR @
QUIETWOOD DR
6437 CYPRESS ST
6438 CYPRESS ST
6540 DA-LISA RD
6574 DA-LISA RD
6574 DA-LISA RD
6626 DA-LISA RD
6626 DA-LISA RD
6686 DA-LISA RD
6686 DA-LISA RD
6700 DA-LISA RD
6940 DA-LISA RD
DA-LISA RD
DA-LISA RD@
AUDISS ROAD
DA-LISA RD@
CHICKADEE ST
DA-LISA RD@
CHICKADEE ST
DA-LISA RD@
QUAIL HOLLOW
DA-LISA RD@
QUAIL HOLLOW
DA-LISA RD@


1803 3:03P


1305

1305
1305
1305
1305
1305
1305


7:46A

3:30P
7:34A
3:41 P
7:35A
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3:34P


1501 7:36A


1501
2004
2004
2004
2004
42-98
42-98
42-98
42-98
42-98
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42-98
42-98
42-98


3:47P
7:55A
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7:55A
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3:25P
7:53A
3:26P
7:58A
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3:30P
8:OOA
8:OOA
3:29P


42-98 7:57A


42-98
2004
2004
2004
42-98
42-98
2004
2004


3:26P
7:45A
3:32P
3:31 P
7:49A
3:19P
7:38A
3:39P


42-98 3:15P
1803 7:14A
1803 3:34P
400 3:13P
400 7:54A

2004 8:07A

2004 3:08P


2206
400
400


3:19P
7:58A
3:19P


43-98 8:04A


43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98
43-98
2206

2206


3:10P
8:13A
3:01 P
8:13A
3:01 P
7:45A

3:20P


2004 7:46A


2004
1305
1305
1305
1305


3:30P
7:27A
3:48P
7:26A
3:52P


1305 7:24A


1305
42-98
42-98
1903
1903
1903
1903
1903
1903
1903
1903
1903
1903


3:49P
7:52A
3:22P
3:27P
7:57A
3:27P
7:59A
3:29P
7:59A
3:30P
7:39A
7:37A
7:37A


1903 3:31 P

1903 7:56A

1903 3:25P

1903 7:53A

1903 3:21 P


REINHARDT VILLAGE RD 1903
DA-LISA RD@
REINHARDT VILLAGE RD 1903
DA-LISA RD@
WOODVILLE ROAD 1903
DALTON CIR 1703
DALTON CIR 1703
DEBBIE DR 2004
DOUGLAS ST 2206
DOUGLAS ST 2206
DRISKELL ROAD 1501
ELIZABETH WAY 2004
ELIZABETH WAY 2004
ELM ST 42-98
ELM ST 42-98
EMERALD SANDS 1803


7:58A

3:28P

3:37P
8:10A
3:04P
8:10A
7:43A
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7:59A
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8:10A


1407
1703
1703
1703
1703
1703
1703


HINOTE ST@
SHEILA ST 42-98
HINOTE ST@
SHEILA ST 42-98
5113 HOLCOMB ROAD 1501
5113 HOLCOMB ROAD 1501
HOLLY BERRY @
BUTTONBUSH 1803
3936 HOLLY BERRY LN 1803


3:27P
7:48A
3:30P
7:49A
3:30P
3:31 P
7:49A


8:04A

3:33P
7:56A
3:26P

3:46P
7:22A


ERMINE LANE @
WOODBROOK CT 1903
ERMINE LANE@
WARREN ROAD 1903
ERMINE LANE@
WARREN ROAD 1903
ERMINE LANE@
WOODBROOK CT 1903
FAIRVIEW DR @
KABEL DR 41-98
FAIRVIEW DR @
KABEL DR 41-98
6980 FERRIS HILL 1407
6980 FERRIS HILL 1407
FERRIS HILL@
HILL ST 1407
4541 FORSYTH ST 1803
FOX CHASE APTS 1305
6226 FOX RUN DR 1305
6226 FOX RUN DR 1305
FOXCHASE APTS 1305
4229 GALT CITY RD 1305
4494 GALT CITY RD 1305
4245 GALT CITY ROAD 1305
4494 GALT CITY ROAD 1305
4251 GARCON POINT ROAD 1803
4251 GARCON POINT ROAD 1803
4343 GARCON POINT ROAD 1803
4351 GARCON POINT ROAD 1803
5138 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5138 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5163 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5163 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5194 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5194 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5243 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5243 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5330 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5376 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5386 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5386 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5442 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
5442 GARDENBROOK BLVD 2206
7178 GILLESPIE ROAD 1501
7178 GILLESPIE ROAD 1501
5156 GOSHAWK DR 1904
5230 GOSHAWK DR 1904
5242 GOSHAWK DR 1904
5242 GOSHAWK DR 1904
5283 GOSHAWK DR 1904
5510 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 2206
5510 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 2206
5711 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
5854 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
5854 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6015 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6015 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6037 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6037 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6045 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6093 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6151 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6151 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 1904
6530 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 400
6530 HAMILTON BRIDGE RD 400
HAMILTON BRIDGE RD@
HOODLESS CT 43-98
HAMILTON BRIDGE RD@
RON JIMAR DR 1904
HAMILTON BRIDGE RD@
RON JIMAR DR - 1904
HAMILTON BRIDGE RD@
WINDING WAY RD 1904
HAMILTON BRIDGE RD@
WINDING WAY RD 1904
4492 HAMPTON BAY BLVD 1803
4492 HAMPTON BAY BLVD 1803
4528 HAMPTON BAY BLVD 1803
4528 HAMPTON BAY BLVD 1803
6317 HAPPY LANE 1407
6317 HAPPY LANE 1407
6353 HAPPY LANE 1407
6353 HAPPY LANE 1407
HAPPY LANE@
WESTWOOD DR 1407
6712 HARVELL ST 1407
6712 HARVELL ST 1407
6766 HARVELL ST 1407
6766 HARVELL ST 1407
6774 HARVELL ST 1407
6774 HARVELL ST 1407
5204 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
5204 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
5237 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
5237 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
5252 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
5252 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
5258 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
5264 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
5264 HAWKS NEST DR 1904
HAWKS NEST DR@
BROAD WING CT@
GOSHAWK DR 1904
5608 HEATHER WAY 2004
5617 HEATHER WAY 2004
5617 HEATHER WAY 2004
5621 HEATHER WAY 2004
5625 HEATHER WAY . 2004
5625 HEATHER WAY 2004
5024 HENRY STREET 1803
5024 HENRY STREET 1803
5761 HERMITAGE CIR 2004
5761 HERMITAGE CIR 2004
5781 HERMITAGE CIR 2004
5781 HERMITAGE CIR 2004
HERMITAGE CIR@
VERNA WAY (S) 2004
HERMITAGE CIR@
VERNA WAY (S) . 2004
HICKORY ST@
WALNUT ST 42-98
5770 HICKORY STREET 42-98
5776 HICKORY STREET 42-98
5185 HILLTOP AVE 400
5185 HILLTOP AVE 400


7:40A

7:44A

3:11P

3:33P

8:10A

3:04P
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3:45P
7:34A
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3:16P
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7:42A
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7:17A
3:40P
7:16A
3:39P
8:OOA
3:05P
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3:15P
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8:15A
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3:09P

7:54A

3:21 P

7:55A

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7:49A
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3:08P
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1803 3:45P


1803
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1703
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7:23A
7:47A
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7:54A
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41-98 3:17P

41-98 7:52A


41-98
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3:18P
7:41A
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I


3936 HOLLY BERRY LN
HOLLY BERRY LN@
BUTTONBUSH
5405 HOMESTEAD DR
5405 HOMESTEAD DR
8 HUDSON LANE
6224 HUNTER'S RIDGE DR
6224 HUNTER'S RIDGE DR
HUNTER'S RIDGE DR @
LONESOME DOVE LN
HUNTER'S RIDGE DR @
LONESOME DOVE LN
4869 JAIME LEIGH WAY
4869 JAIME LEIGH WAY
JAMES ST @
BYROM ST
JAMES ST @
BYROM ST
6719 JASMINE ST
JASMINE ST@
MARY STREET
JASMINE ST@
MARY STREET
5980 JAYS WAY
5980 JAYS WAY
5420 JONES ST
5420 JONES ST
5456 JONES ST
5544 JONES ST
5544 JONES ST
5589 JONES ST
5589 JONES ST
5732 JUERGEN WAY
5775 JUERGEN WAY
5775 JUERGEN WAY
KATRINA DR@
SHEREE DR
4352 KELLEY RD,
4352 KELLEY RD
6000 KINGSWOOD DR
6000 KINGSWOOD DR
6049 KINGSWOOD DR
6049 KINGSWOOD DR
6431 LAKESHORE DR
6431 LAKESHORE DR
6473 LAKESHORE DR
6473 LAKESHORE DR
5284 LAKEWOOD DR
5307 LAKEWOOD DR
5334 LAKEWOOD DR
5334 LAKEWOOD DR
LARK AVE @
COLLEGE DR
LARK AVE @
COLLEGE DR
6623 LEE ST
5712 LIA DR
LIA DR@
STEPHANIE DR
5712 LIA DRIVE
4512 LIMIT ST
4512 LIMIT ST
4532 LIMIT ST
4532 LIMIT ST
LOCKLIN AVE@
LAKESHORE DR@
YOUPON ST
LOCKLIN AVE@
LAKESHORE DR@
YOUPON ST
5831 LOCUST ST
5831 LOCUST ST
5848 LOCUST ST
5848 LOCUST ST
6271 LONG ST
6271 LONG ST
6295 LONG ST
6295 LONG ST
5250 LUNDY LANE
5250 LUNDY LANE
6775 MADISON ST
6775 MADISON ST
6793 MADISON ST
6793 MADISON ST
6036 MANDIE LANE
6036 MANDIE LANE
MANDIE LANE @
BRICE ST
MANDIE LANE @
BRICE ST
6643 MAPLE ST
6643 MAPLE ST
5041 MARY STREET
5078 MARY STREET
5112 MARY STREET
6340 MATADOR ST
6340 MATADOR ST
6353 MATADOR ST
6353 MATADOR ST
6049 MAYBERRY LANE
6065 MAYBERRY LANE
6065 MAYBERRY LANE
MAYBERRY LANE@
BRECKENRIDGE DR
MAYBERRY LANE@
BRECKENRIDGE DR �
7183 MCCRAY ROAD
MEADOWLARK LANE @
ARIENNE CIR
MEADOWLARK-LANE @
ARIENNE CIR
6172 MEURSALTRD
6172 MEURSALTRD
MEURSALT RD @
RIBAULT LN
MEURSALT RD @
RIBAULT LN
6217 MOHAWK TRL
5363 MUNSON HWY
5363 MUNSON HWY
NEWTON ST@
BARNES ST
5628 NICKLAUS LN
5628 NICKLAUS LN


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5236 NIMITZ ROAD
5236 NIMITZ ROAD
5240 NIMITZ ROAD
5240 NIMITZ ROAD
6729 NORTH AVE
6729 NORTH AVE
NORTH AVE@
EAST ST
4626 NORTH NEW ST
5601 NORTHROP RD


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5633 NORTHROP RD
5745 NORTHROP RD
5745 NORTHROP RD
NORTHROP RD@
NOTTINGHAM LN
4454 OAK FOREST DR
4454 OAK FOREST DR
4508 OAK FOREST DR
4508 OAK FOREST DR
5448 OAK MEADOW DR
5448 OAK MEADOW DR
6197 OLD BAGDAD HWY
6197 OLD BAGDAD HWY
6876 OLD BAGDAD HWY
6876 OLD BAGDAD HWY
OLD BAGDAD HWY@
RILEY ROAD
OLD BAGDAD HWY@
RILEY ROAD
5400 OLD BERRYHILL ROAD
5412 OLD BERRYHILL ROAD
5412 OLD BERRYHILL ROAD
5417 OLD BERRYHILL ROAD
5417 OLD BERRYHILL ROAD
5431 OLD BERRYHILL ROAD
5431 OLD BERRYHILL ROAD
OLD BERRYHILL ROAD @
HENLEY ROAD
7050 Old Spanish Trail
7050 Old Spanish Trail
6453 OLD US 90 HWY
6453 OLD US 90 HWY
OLD US 90 HWY
5570 ORIOLE ST
5570 ORIOLE ST
6534 OUTER DR
6534 OUTER DR
5298 OVERBROOK DR
5298 OVERBROOK DR
OVERMAN ST@
SCHOOL STREET
6025 PAIGE POINT DR
5900 PAMELA DR
5900 PAMELA DR
5904 PAMELA DR
PARK AVE@
EASY ST
PARK AVE@
EASY ST
PARK AVE@
SHADY LANE
PARK AVE@
SHADY LANE
4756 PATTERSON TOWN ROAD
7450 PETERSEN POINT RD
7796 PETERSEN POINT RD
5453 PINE RIDGE DR
5680 PINE RIDGE DR
5718 PINE RIDGE DR
5731 PINE RIDGE DR
5783 PINE RIDGE DR
5775 PINE RIDGE DRIVE
6003 PLAYERS PL
6003 PLAYERS PL
6875 POOLEY STREET
6875 POOLEY STREET
5232 POPLAR ST
5871 QUIETWOOD DRIVE
5871 QUIETWOOD DRIVE
7335 Quinn Rd
7369 Quinn Rd
7335 QUINN ROAD
7369 QUINN ROAD
7388 QUINN ROAD
7388 QUINN ROAD
6765 RAVINE ST
6765 RAVINE ST
6765 RAVINE ST
RAVINE ST@
ALABAMA ST
5720 RED OAK LANE
5720 RED OAK LANE
RED OAK LANE@
RED OAK CT
RED OAK LANE@
RED OAK CT
6168 RED TAIL DR
RED TAIL DR@
SWAINSON ST@
WHITE TAIL CT


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5732 REDWOOD DR
REDWOOD DR @
REDPINE DR
4213 REINSMA RD
4213 REINSMA RD
4254 REINSMA RD
4254 REINSMA RD
4303 REINSMA RD
4303 REINSMA RD
RENDY KAY LANE @
LONG BRANCH DR
6425 RENEE CIR
6425 RENEE CIR
6501 RENEE CIR
6528 RENEECIR
4821 RIBAULT LN
4821 RIBAULT LN
4254 RICE ROAD
4261 RICE ROAD
4312 RICE ROAD
4416 RICE ROAD
4416 RICE ROAD
4432 Rice Road
4432 RICE ROAD
RICE ROAD@
RICE ST
RICE ROAD@
RICE ST
RICE ROAD@
SUNSHINE PARK DR
RICE ROAD@
SUNSHINE PARK DR
5195 Richardson St.
5938 RIDGEVIEW DR
5938 RIDGEVIEW DR
5970 RIDGEVIEW DR
RIDGEVIEW DR@
GRANDVIEW DR
5060 RIDGEWAY BLVD
5060 RIDGEWAY BLVD
5092 RIDGEWAY BLVD
5096 RIDGEWAY BLVD
5096 RIDGEWAY BLVD
5137 RIDGEWAY BLVD
5137 RIDGEWAY BLVD
RIDGEWAY BLVD@
RIDGEWAY CT
RIDGEWAY BLVD@
RIDGEWAY CT
4520 RIVER RANCH ROAD
4520 RIVER RANCH ROAD
4560 RIVER RANCH ROAD
5556 RIVERSIDE ST
6476 ROBIN AVE
6476 ROBIN AVE
5972 ROLLING GREENS DR
5972 ROLLING GREENS DR
5734 ROLLING HILLS DR
5741 ROLLING HILLS DR
5741 ROLLING HILLS DR
7718 RUBE PACE ROAD
7718 RUBE PACE ROAD
5462 RUSSELL DR
5466 RUSSELL DR
RUSSELL DR@
DEBBIE DR
RUSSELL DR@
DEBBIE DR
5066 SAINTS LANE
5066 SAINTS LANE
5200 SAINTS LANE
5200 SAINTS LANE
5232 SAINTS LANE
SAINTS LANE@
BRONCO PL
SAINTS LANE@
BRONCO PL
SAINTS LANE@
FALCON DR
SAINTS LANE@
FALCON DR
7371 SAN RAMON DR
7371 SAN RAMON DR
7620 SAN RAMON DR
7620 SAN RAMON DR
6663 SANDERS ST
6663 SANDERS ST
SARATOGA AVE@
LAKESHORE DR
SARATOGA AVE@


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LAKESHORE DR
SCENIC VIEW APS
SCENIC VIEW APS
4537 SCHOOL STREET
4537 SCHOOL STREET
4248 SEMINOLE TRL
4248 SEMINOLE TRL
5313 SEWELL RD
5334 SEWELL RD
5313 SEWELL ROAD
5340 SEWELL ROAD
4929 SHELL ROAD
4929 SHELL ROAD
SHERMAN ST@
ECONFINA ST
SHERMAN ST@
ECONFINA ST
6354 SIMPSON DR
6354 SIMPSON DR
5184 SPRINGDALE DR
5184 SPRINGDALE DR
5211 SPRINGDALE DR
5211 SPRINGDALE DR
SPRINGDALE DR@
RIDGE HILL CT
SPRINGDALE DR@
RIDGE HILL CT
SPRINGDALE DR@
SPRINDALE DR@
PARKWAY DR
6251 STARHILL DR
6302 STARHILL DR
6302 STARHILL DR
6393 STARHILL DR
STARHILL DR@
ANDROMEDA DR
STARHILL DR@
ANDROMEDA DR
5905 STEPHANIE DR
5929 STEPHANIE DR
3912 SUN VALLEY CT
3912 SUN VALLEY CT
7730 SUNFISH LANE
7730 SUNFISH LANE
SUNRAY ST@
ANOLA ST
5029 SUSAN ST
SUSAN ST@
W WALKER ST
5367 SWANNER ROAD
5422 SWANNER ROAD
5895 TANGLEWOOD DR
5895 TANGLEWOOD DR
6501 Tar Plant Road
6501 Tar Plant Road
5344 TICONDEROGA ST
5344 TICONDEROGA ST
4208 TOMAHAWK TRL
4281 TOMAHAWK TRL
4281 TOMAHAWK TRL
TRAILER PARK CT @
CARROLL RD
5673 TREVINO DR
5692 TREVINO DR
5692 TREVINO DR
TRLR PARK CT @
CARROLL RD
TROUT AVE@
SNAPPER AVE
TROUT AVE@
SNAPPER AVE
4627 VAN HORN RD
4627 VAN HORN RD
4721 VAN HORN RD
6900 VENTURA BLVD
6900 VENTURA BLVD
VICTORIA DRIVE@
OAKCREST ROAD
VICTORIA DRIVE@
OAKCREST ROAD
5403 WALKER ROAD
5403 WALKER ROAD
5424 WALKER ROAD
5424 WALKER ROAD
6468 WALNUT ST
5017 Ward Basin Rd
3947 WARD BASIN RD (COR)
3947 WARD BASIN ROAD
5017 WARD BASIN ROAD
WARD BASIN ROAD@


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DRISKELL ROAD
WARD BASIN ROAD@
DURWOOD LANE
WARD BASIN ROAD@
DURWOOD LANE
WARD BASIN ROAD@
KENDRICKS RD
WARD BASIN ROAD@
KENDRICKS RD
WARD BASIN ROAD@
MC CONNELL ST
WARD BASIN ROAD@
MCCONNELL ST
WARD BASIN ROAD@
VIRGINIA LANE
WARD BASIN ROAD@


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WARREN ROAD
WARREN ROAD
WEBB CIR
WESLEY DR
WESTPORT DR
WESTPORT DR
WESTWOOD DRIVE
WESTWOOD DRIVE
White Creek Lane
WHITE CREEK LN
WHITE CREEK LN
WHITE CREEK LN
WHITE OAK LN
WHITE OAK LN


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WILLARD NORRIS ROAD 41-98
WILLARD NORRIS ROAD@
IMPERIAL DR 41-98
WILLARD NORRIS ROAD@
JASON DR 41-98
WILLARD NORRIS ROAD@


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6409
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5141
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JACARANDA TRC 1903
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WARREN ROAD
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WINDHAM ROAD
WINDHAM ROAD
WINDHAM ROAD
WINDHAM ROAD
WINDHAM ROAD
WINDHAM ROAD
WINDHAM ROAD
WINDHAM ROAD
WINDHAM ROAD@
BRIAN SAMUEL LANE
WINDHAM ROAD@
BRIAN SAMUEL LANE
WINDHAM ROAD@
DOUGLAS ST
WINDHAM ROAD@
DOUGLAS ST
WINDHAM ROAD@
LUCY LANE
WINDHAM ROAD@
LUCY LANE
WINDHAM ROAD@
SHORE LANE
WINDHAM ROAD@
SHORE LANE
WINDHAM ROAD@
TAF LANE
WINDHAM ROAD@
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WISTERIA DR
WISTERIA DR
WOLFGANG DR
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day elheking in at tke auditotu.vL Tkere was a welote" andl introduction of the adminis-
tratots. The p rorwm began wttk a "Do's and Don't Faskion Skow" presented by the M44
Cherleaders and Student ComnanL The students were then broken up into, fouw groups.
They attended Wo,WhAatWere?, Freskmien Suviva, 14onmeoning 44igkhligkts, and Cubs
and atitives. These wotkskops answered many questions for the incomning freshmen.
Lumnk was provided by Ckick Fil a and then tk students were treated to a mini pep rally.
Tke ' Grade COeerteaders got the erowd on their feet witk te MRS Migkty Black and
Gold providing the wmusi.
a big thank V goes out to the Student Coun and Mrs. Joma Lynn, sponso ot f Student
Coneil, tke 9 Grade Ckeer(lead&rs and their sponsor IMrs. AAMissy Jorda and all the t M4S
Varsityg and.JV Cheerteaders and their sponsors that ke4ped witk tke fashion skow.


The II ho, 1171m. Mica- wiorkshoap In he HIT Building


Calling All Girls!! Kindergarten-8th Grade
Sponsored by the MHS Cheerleaders


When:


Monday, Sept. 10th, Tuesday, Sept. 11th, and Thursday Sept. 13th
Where: Milton Community Center


Time:


5:00 pm-7:00 pm


Cost: $30 Single; $ 55 2-children same family; $ 80 3- children same family *
*Cost includes instruction, T-Shirt, and admission to the MHS Home Football game on
Friday, September 21st -Milton VS Navarre, where the girls will cheer with the MHS
Varsity Cheerleaders.
(Please fill out and detach the following entry form and mail it to:
Milton High School
ATTN: MHS Cheer Clinic
5445 Stewart Street * Milton, FL 32570


Name (s)


Age (s)


Grade


**Shirt Size


3.
**T-Shirt Size (please state if it is YS, YM, YL, AS, AM, AL, AXL)


Parent/Guardian
Name


Contact Telephone
Number
School each cheerleader
attends


Amount Paid_
Cash_


Check Number_


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The 91/1Qfad , i toId /cadc I /lie/ t'hlul', movink,


-Th --..n enjoyedn\, . �
The students enjoyed the Fr ih, m., Si t / 1i i ' , 1 ;Vil l i.r' d Ild M t'ie iat w l a

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Important Phone


Numbers for MHS


Main Office: 983-5600;
Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618;
Attendance :983-5608;
Attendance Ans.
Machine-983-5658:
Band: 983-5611
Football: 983-5606;
Chorus:983-5613;
M. Rutledge: 983-5616;
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
or visit us at
www.santarosa.k 12.fl.us/mhs/


STATE FARM Your "good neighbor" agent Ken Kincaid
@Ken Kincaid Insurance Agency, Inc.
5259 Stewart St. * Milton, FL 32570
INSURAN"CE Bus. (850) 623-9424 * Res. (850) 626-7101
statefarm.com" State Farm Insurance Companies * Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois


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P SOR DESCRIPTION OF PROP- Opened And Read Aloud For proceeding on plaintiff's ator-
FLORIDA ERTY The Construction Of "PCEh ney, a default will be entered
PENSACOLA DIVISION HIGH SCHOOL - TOI- against you for the relief de-
CASE NO. 3:01cv261-RV All of the Common Area of Sea LET/CONCESSION ADDI- handed m the Complaint or Pe-
Shadow, a subdivision of a por- TION" For The School Board Of tition.
SUNITED STATES OF AMERICA, tion of Section 32, Township 2 Santa Rosa County, Florida. DATED at SANTA ROSA
Plaintiff, South, Rane 28 West, Santa Any Bids Received After Closing County this 3 day of August,
ANNOINCEMNT Rosa County, Florida accord- a Will Be Returned Unopened. 2007.
NNOUN MNT vs. ing to the pat of that subdivi- All contractors for educational
' sion recorded in Plat Book C at facilities are hereby notified that Clerk of the Circuit Court
1100 - Legal Advertising JEFFREY A. GSCHWENDER pge 189 of the public records to be eligible to bid on school CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
1110 - Classified Notices MARIE R. GSCHWENDER AND of said county the Common projects they must be ByJ. Watkins
1120 - Public Notices/ SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- Area conveyed hereby is de- pre-qualified. Contact the Board Deputy Clerk
Announcements IDA, fined in Article I, Section 4, of at the above address for infor-
the Declaration of Covenants mation on pre-qualifying. In accordance with the
1130 -Adoptions Defendants. Conditions, and Restrictions .f Documents May Be Secured American with Disabilities
1140 -Happy Ads Sea Shadow recorded in Offi- From STOA ARCHITECTS 121 Act of 1990, persons
1150 - Personals NOTICE OF SALE cial Record Book 621 at page East Government Street Pensa- needing a special accom-
1150 - Pers s 374 of the public records of cola, Florida, 32502 Upon A modoation to participate in
1160 - Lost NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Santa Rosa County, Florida. Deposit Of $200.00 Per Set. this proceeding should
1170- Found THAT UNDER AND BY VIRTUE Deeosit Will Be Refunded Pro- contact the ASA Coordina-
OF A JUDGMENT OF FORE- And on the 25th day of SEP- vided That Plans And Specifi- tor no later than seven (7)
CLOSURE RENDERED IN THE TEMBER, 2007 I shall offer this cations Are Returned n Good days prior to the pro-
ABOVE-STYLED CASE ON property for sale, at the east Order To The Architect Within seedings. If hearing im-
MARCH 5 2002, BY THE front door of the Santa Rosa Seven (71 Das After Bid Date paired please call (800)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT Criminal Justice Facility, in Mil- And, Further Provided That The 955-9771 (TDD) or (80
COURT FOR THE NORTHERN ton, Santa Rosa County, Flor- Contractor Submit A Bona Fide 955-8770 (oce), via lor-
.... _,n .ll04 .... �, DISTRICT OF FLORIDA IN FA- ida, at the hour of 1:00 p.m.on Bid. ida Relay ervice.v
SMEa 10 . "' VOR OF THE PLAINTIFF, THE or as soon thereafter as ossi- Bidsossi- Bids shall be submitted on the
UNDERSIGNED APPOINTED ble. I will offer for sale all the form supplied by the Architect. Law Offices of Daniel C. Con-
Leg. 7/799 IN SAID DECREE, WILL ON said plaintiff's SEA SHADOW Each bid must be accompanied suera
Leg.THE 31ST DAY OF August HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA- by a Bid Bond in the amount of 924 King Palm Drive
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I 2007, AT 12:00 NOON, IN TION, right, title and interest in 5% of the base bid as aoran- Tama, FL O33619-1328
AND FOR SANTAl RS FRONT OF THE SANTA ROSA the aforesaid real property, at tee that the successful bidder Tel 8131 915-8660
AND FOR S RIA A ROSA COUNTY COURTHOUSE public auction and wil sell the will enter into a written contract Fax (813 915-0559
I LOR A CIVIL DOOR IN THE CITY OF MIL- same, subject to taxes, all prior with the Owner and furnish q Attorney or Plaintiff
'DIVISIOsa ne nCA TON FLORIDA, OFFER FOR liens, encumbrances and judg- 100% "Performance Bond" and
'DIVISION SALE' AND SELL AT PUBLIC ments, if any to the highest and a 100% "Labor and Material 081107
DIVISION OUTCRY TO THE HIGHEST BID- best bidder for CASH IN Payment Bond" satisfactory to 081807
I S ec WiGhM TroDER, THE FOLLOWING DE- -i -L I' The proceeds to be ap- the Owner.
orJAMES E WHIGHAM Trustee SCRIBED PROPERTY, SITUATED:, J i. far as may be to theThe Owner Reserves the Right to---------
Or /re T6e LYING AND BEING IN SANTA payment of costs and the satis- Waive Informalities in Biding
/tiniff006 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA: faction of the above-described and Reject Any and All Bids.
*PrnH aIt, execution. By JoHn W. Rogers, Superin- Legal 8/865
Judy C. Hidle, Lot 37, WOODCREST ES- tendent of Schools O
SDefndant, STATES, bein a a portion of Sec- WENDELL HALL SHERIFF OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
NOTICE OF ACTION tion 19 township I North, SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- 080407 AND FOR SANTA ROSA
'CNSTRUOFVCT ICV Range /8 West, according to IDA 08 107 COUNTY, FLORIDA
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE the map or plant thereof as re- By:/s/Rosie Rogers 081807 CASE NO: 07-140-CA
TO: Defendant Judy C.,Hidle corded in Plat Book "C " page Rosin Koqersff U B K
100d L ERSWHOt of the public records of Deputyen--U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO-
-and ,ALLOT 3 eRWHOnc W I. Santa IODRosCount yFlorida.C CATION AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
MAY CONCERN whose res - IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE- CERTIFICATEHOLDERS LO
Ndence is unknown ifF DDIIOA 01F0M IF CERTlFoCATEHTLDERSLLMO
,he/she/they be living and iF FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMA- QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM- Legal 8/864 2006-2N
he/she/they bedeaichee u D 4 TION CONCERNING THE MODATIONS OR TO AR-
e/she/they be dead, the un- ABOVE PROPERTY CONTACT RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Plaintiff,
known defendants who may be ASSISTANT U.S. ATTORNEY ERTY, PLEASE CONTACT JAN- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- vs.
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant- PAUL ALAN SPROWLS AT ICE PLATT 1850D 983-1281 AT CUlT OF THE STATE OF
ees assir n , esieno's, credi- (850) 942-8430. ALL SALES LEAST SEVEN (7J DAYS PRIOR FLORIDA, N AND FOR SHERRIE G. STEWART F/K/A
ctatmin an ntees, and al parties ARE SUBJECT TO CONFIRMA- TO THE SALE DATE. SANTA ROSA COUNTY SHERRIE G. GILLESPIE, and any
'claiming an interest by, through, TION OF THE COURT. CIVIL DIVISION unknown heirs devisees grant-
under or are gainsted to efend- METHOD OF PAYMENT IS1 BY 0804D7 CASE NO. 2007 CA ees, creditors; and otrer un-
dehad or aliv, and all partvie ns CERTIFIED CHECK MADE PAY- D807s oub pimsing by, thrown
rhavingt or claiming te have pany ABLE TO THE U.S. MARSHALS 082507 CITIMORTGAGE, INC., oud cluiner bIy, te
rightoitle or interest in the prop- SERVICE. TEN PERCENT OF 8848 Pd l oaint and id Cund y; T of tic e
'ery described below. HIGHACCEPTABLE BNFPlaintiff, above-named Defendants,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the insti- CASHIER'S CHECK (NO Leg. 8/856 vs Defendants.
'tutin of this action bPlaintiff CASH) WILL BE ACCEPTED INVITATION Leg.8/85 TOBID Sealed WESEY WILLIAMSON THENOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
against you, seeking taquiet ti-WITHNC E INVITATIN TO BID SealedLA O E
Cg e fol-owi THE BALANCE D Bids Will Be Received From UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SALE
roery in Santaosa County, 48 Preualified Conractors By The WILLIAMSON LIZA-
da: DENNIS A. WILLIAMSON Board At The Office The As- KNOWN SPOUSE OFELZAthe undersigned Clerk of the
SEE ATTACHMENT A" United States Marshal BH W Io of Sant
SEE ATTACHMENT "A Northern District of Florida sistant Superintendent For Ad BETH WILLIAMSONa IF LIVING, Crcut Cour of Santea Rosa
ministrative Services 6544 Fire- NCLUDNG ANY UNKNOWN County, Florida, will on the 3th
uATTACHMENT "A" B / T R house Road Upstairs Confer -SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND-day of August, 2007, at
ATTACHMENTS/ TAMARA nce Room enhance ANTS IFREMARRIED AND IF 11:00 o'clock A.M at the
DUNN NIVANT ence RoomoMainteanceiBuild
rAarcel of land in Section 31,ngnDECE'SED THE RESPECTIVE 6865 Caroline Street, Sant
Kelker Grant) Township US Marshals ServiceA Florida, Until 2:15 PM, Local GRANTEES, SSIGN EES tonFlorida, o er for sale and
INorth Range 29 West de- U.S. Marshals Service Time, TUESDAY, August 21 I lor oer f so ando
scribed as follows: Begin at a ATEJuly 18, 2007 2007, At Which Time And CREDITORS, LIENORS, ANS sell atubli outcryto the hih
.point in the West line of said PATE lace All Bids Will Be Publicly TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER est anubest bidder for cash, Ie
Section 31 a distance of 534 727Opened And Read Aloud For PERSONS CLAIMING BY, followin-described property sit-
feet South 15 degrees West of D280D The Construction Of "EAST MIL- nTHROUGH UNDER uatei "anta Rosa county, Flor-
the Northwest corner of said D0804D7 TON ELEMENTARY - 4 CLASS- AGAINST THE NAMED DE- ida:
Section 31; thence East 173 08107 ROOM ADDITION" For The FENDANT(SI; UNKNOWN
feet to West boundary of State /8180 School Board Of Santa Rosa TENANT #1; UNKNOWN Commence At The NORTH-
Road right of way; thence south-712___________County, Florida. TENANT #2; WEST CORNER OF COTTON
erly parallel to and 35 feet from Leg. 7/828 Any Bids Received After Closing Defendan BAY ESTATES, As Recorded
center line of said road a dis- Will Be Relurned Unopened. Defendants . In Plat Book , G, Page 9
tance of 346 feet; thence West NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA- All contractors for -I. .:,., -...ltI Of The Public Recorcs Of
,204 feet to a branch; thence TIVE COMPLAINT facilities are hereby -, y I.-1 ii,-,i NOTICE OF ACTION Saanta Rosa County, Flor-
Northerly meandering along Case No.: CD2006-0180; to be eligible to bid on school T WSLY WIIAMSON-
said branch to a ooint where D 2426861 projects they must be TO: WESLEY WILLIAMSON-
West prong of said branch cros- pre-qualified. Contact the Board THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Thence Go South 00 De-
ses the West line of said Section TO: MONA R. BOSWELL, at tHe above address for infor- WESLEY WILLIAMSON-ELZA- agrees 27 Minutes 24 S-
31 a distance of 577 feet South motion on pre-qualifying. BETH WILLIAMSON THlE UN- ainds West Along e
15 degrees West of the North- An Administrative Complaint to Documents May 8e Secured KNOWN SPOUSE 'OF ELIZA- West line Said Cotton
west corner of said Section 31; impose an administrative fine From STOA ARCHITECTS 121 BETH WILLIAMSON; IF LIVING Bay Estates Also Being
thence North 15 degrees East has been filed against you. You East Government Street Pensa- INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN The West Right-Of-Way
along West line of said Section have the right to request a hear- cola, Florida ,32502 Upan A SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND- Line Of Cotlton Bay Lane
nSctionsDepositOf'$2D Per Set. S IF REMARtIED AND IF (60' R/W) A Distance
einninq. A described in OR .569 and 120.57 Florida Deosit Will Be ReFunded Pro- NECKNEASEDOW THEIRSDEVISEES Of Be nFet To Thee Pont
BK'161 PG 1964 Statutes, by mailing a request vided That Plans And Sec NK-OWRNT ES DSSGNEES', OuBeginhng Thence
for same to the Florida Depart- cations Are Returned In Good CGRAN LIEN ASSIGNEES tinue Suth Degrees 27
Parcel ID: ment of Agriculture and Con- Order To The Architect Within CREDITORS, LIENORS, ANb Minutes 24 Seconds West
31-1N-29-0000-011D0-0D0 summer Services Division of Li- Seven (7 Dog After Bid Date TRUSTEES, AND AlL OTHER A Distance Of 80.06 Feet-
Address 4137 Parkview St. censing, Post Office Box 3168, And, Furer, Provided That The PERSONS CLAIMING BY, Thence Departin? Said
Pace, Fl 32571 Tallahassee Florida Contractor Submit A Bona Fide THROUGH, UNDER OK Line Go Normth 9 8 egrees
AGAINST THE NAMED DE- 33 Minutes 26 Seconds
You are required to serve a hri is not received by 21 Bids shall be submitted on the FENDANT(S); West A Distance Of
copy of your written defense, if doys Pom the date o the last form supplied by the Architect. Whose residence are/is un- Line Of Commodore Park
any, to it on James E publication, the riaht to hearing Each bid must be accompanied khose r
Whigham, Trustee for Parkview in this matter wi be waived by a Bid Bond in the amount of known. Subdivision As Recorded
Trust Date 9/25/2006 Plaintiff and the Department will dispose 5% of the base bid as uaran In Pt Book C, Page 156
I eDeprtment will dispose 5 the e bid eran- YOU ARE HEREBY required toOf The ePublic Records
whose address is 5793 Pebble of ths cause in accordance with Itee that the successful bidder file your answer or written e- Said County; Thence Go
Ridge Dr, Milton Fl 32583 on law will enter into a written contract i r, answer or written de Said County; Thence G
or before August 31, 2007 (no with the Owner and furnish a fuses, if any, in the above pro- North 00 Degrees 27 Minm-
later than 30-D ays from the date 072807 100% "Performance Bond" and ceding with the Clerk of this utes 24 Se;onds East
of the irst publication of this no- 080407 a 100% "Labor and Material Court, and to serve a copy Along The Sgid East Line A
twice of action) and file original 081107 Payment Bond" satisfactory to thereof upon the plaintiff's attor- Distance O t 80.00 Feet
with the Clerk of this Court ei- 081807 the Owner ney, whose name and address Thence Departing Said
other before service on Plaintiff 7/828 The Owner Reserves the Right to appears hereon, within thirty Line Go South 89 Degrees
or immediately thereafter, other- Waive Informalities in Biding days of the first publication of 33 Minutes 26 Seconds
wise a defeat will be entered -and Reject Any and All Bids. this Notice, the nature of this East A Distance Of 141.32
against you for the relief de- Leg. 8/848 By JoHn W. Rogers, Superin- proceeding being a suit for fore. Feet To The Point Of Be-
manded in the complaint or pe- tendent of Schools closure ofmortgage against the ginning. The Above De-
following descrie(dproperty to scribe Parcel Of Land
titon filed heein NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 080407 wit: Lies In Section 23, Town-
Witness my hand and the seal NOTICE in hereby4men that 081107 LOT 3Z DESCRIBED AS hip 2 South, Range 27
of this Court at Santa RosaW NOTICE s rby iven Dha R 7 LOT 3Z DESCRIBED ASWest Santa Rosa County,
CapurI toWissued RIT O EXECU- 0 FOLLOWS: THE SOUTH 80 Florida.
u 2 lordahis 19 day of TON issued in Circuit Court'f FEET OF LOT 3, BLOCK D,
uy27 Santa Rosa County, Florida, on OF COUNTRY CLUB ES- pursuant to the Final Judgment
Ma Johnson the 1st day ao February, 2007 TATES5 A SUBDIVISION, entered in a case pending in
Clerof The ircuit Court in the cause where SEA Leg. 8/857 ACCORDING TO THE PLAT said Court thestyle which s
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SHADOW HOMEOWNERS THEREOF, AS RECORDED indicated above.
By Brenda Norris ASSOCIATION INC. was CITATION TO BID SealedINPLAT' BOOKCPAGEndcate bove
y e plaintiff and T.k. JONES AND Bids Wi e Received From 17 ON FILE WITH THE Any person or entity claiming
Deputy Clerk PATRICIA JONES were defend- Pre-qualified Contractors By The CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT an interest in the surplus, if aq,
7257 ants being Case No. Santa Rosa County School COURT, IN AND FOR resultina from the the foreco-
072507D 06-!13-CA in said court, I Board, At The Office Of The As- SANTA ROSA COUNTY sure sae other than the rop-
7/7 Wendell Hall, As Sheriff ot sislant Superintendent For Ad- FLORIDA. ery owner as of the date o'tpe
99 ~Santa Rosa County Florida minislrative Services, 6544 Fire. Lis Pendens must file a laim on
have levied upon all the right, ti- house Road Upstairs Confer- A/K/A same with the Clerk of Court
tie and interest of the plaintiff ence Room (Maintenance Build-wa
within 60 days after the foreclo-
Leg. 7/812 SEA SHADOW ing )850)983-5123, Milton 7207 PRO LANE sure sale.
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA- Florida, Until 2:00 PM, Local MILTON, FL 32570
IN THE UNITED STATES TION in and to the following Time TUESDAY, August 21 WITNESS my hand and official
DISTRICT COURT FOR THE described real property, to wit: 2007 At Which Time And If you fail to file your answer or seal of said Court this 2 day of
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF Place All Bids Will Be Publicly written defenses in the above August, 2007.


OF SKY LINE HEIGHTS; file a claim within 60 days
If you are a person with a THENCE NORTH 85 DE- NOTICE OF SALE after the sale.
disability who needs ac- GREES 13 MINUTES, 32
commodation in order to SECONDS, WEST, 31.950 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- Dated: August 1, 2007.
participate in this gro- METERS 104.83 FEET) suant to an Order of Final udg-
ceeding, you are entitled, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE ment of Foreclosure date Au- Mary M. Johnson
at no cos to you, for the OF SAID LOT 8 TO THE qust 1 2007 entered in Civil Cler of the Circuit Court
provision of the certain EXISTING EASTERLY Case No. 06' 000305 CA of Santa Rosa County Florida
assistance Please contact RIGHT OF WAY LINE the Circuit Court of the1 st Judi- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Court Administration at (100.00 FOOT RIGHT OF cial Circuit in and for Santa By: J. Watkins
6865 Caroline Street, Mil- WAY) OF STATE ROAD 89; Rosa County Florida wherein Deputy Clerk
ton, Florida 32570. Tele- THEMNCE NORTH 04 DE- DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
phne (850) 62-3639 AGREES, 50 MINUTES, 00 TRUST COMPANY AS TRUS- 081107
w 2 rking days of SECONDS, EAST 166.662 TEE FOR THE REGISTERED 081807
your receipt of flhis docu- METERS (546.79 FEET) HOLDERS OF CDC MORT- 8/868
ment. I you are hearing ALONG SAID EXISTING GAGE CAPITAL TRUST 869
or voice impaired, call EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY 2003-HE2, MORTGAGE Legal 8/869
1-800-955-8771. LINE OF STATE ROAD 89, PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TO THE SOUTHWEST COR- CATES SERIES 2003-HE2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Mary M. Johnson NER OF SAID LOT 1 AND Plaintiff and CEDRIC SCOTT THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT THE POINT OF BEGINN- BELL AND JOYCE E. BELL HIS CUT IN AND FOR SANTA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ING. WIFE are defendantss, I will sell ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Susan Land to the highest and best bidder CIVIL ACTION
Deputy Cle THENCE CONTINUE NORTH for cash AT THE NORTH CASE NO. 2007-395-CA
04 DEGREES 50 MINUTES FRONT DOOR OF THE SANTA DIVISION B
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 00 SECONDS, EAST, ROSA COUNTY COURT-
Frank Albert Reder 29.057 METERS (45.33 HOUSE LOCATED AT 6865 U.S. BANK NATIONAL AS-
Butler & Hosch, P.A. FEET) ALONG SAID EXIST- CAROLINE STREET MILTON SOCIATION AS TRUSTEE
3185 S.CpnwayRd., Ste. E ING EASTERLY RIGHT OF FLORIDA AT 11:00 'A.M CEN- FOR BEAR STEARNS ALT-A
rlando Forida 32812 WAY LINE TO AN INTER- TRIAL STANDARD TIME on Au- TRUST 2006-3 MORT
(407) 381-5200 SECTION WITH THE EXIST- gust 3, 2007 the folown de- GAGE PASS-THROUGH
ING SOUTHERLY RIGHT scribed property as set form in CERTIFICATES, SERIES
081107 OF WAY UNE (50.00 FOOT said Final Judgment, to-wit: 2006-,
081807 RIGHT OF WAY OF EVA Plaintiff,
8/865 STREET AND THE NORTH- LOT 21, BLOCK 1, KEN-
WEST CORNER OF SAID NINGTON SUBDIVISION, AC- vs.
LOT 1; THENCE SOUTH 85 CORDING TO THE MAP OR
DEGREES 16 MINUTES, 47 PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED CHARLES E. GRIX, et al,
SECONDS, EAST, 12.660 IN PLAT BOOK C, PAGE 92, Defendantss.
Legal 8/866 METERS (41.54 , FEET) PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA,
ALONG SAID EXISTING ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. TWICE OF FORECLOSURE
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN WAY LINE OF EVA STREET- ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AND FOR SANTA ROSA THENCE DEPARTING SAID AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
COUNTY, FLORIDA EXISTING SOUTHERLY PLUS FROM THE SALE IF suant to a Final Judgment o
CIVIL ACTION RIGHT OF WAY LINE RUN ANY OTHER THAN THE Mortgage Foreclosure dated
CASE NO.: 07-634CA SOUTH 45 DEGREES 35 PROPERTY OWNER AS OF August1,2007 and entered in
DIVISION: MINUTES, 23 SECONDS THE DATE OF THE LIS Case No. 2007-395-CA of Fhe
WEST 15. 165 METERS PENDENS MUST FILE A Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi-
WACHOVIA BANK OF DEL- (49.75 FEET), THENCE CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS cial Circuit in and for SANTA
AWARE N.A. F/K/A FIRST SOUTH 04 DEGREES, 50 AFTER THE SALE. ROSA County, Florida wherein
UNION HOME EQUITY MINUTES 00 SECONDS U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO'
BANK, N.A., WEST, 17.595 METERS IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH CIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR
(57.73 FEET) TO THE A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS BEAR STEARNS ALT-A TRUST
Plaintiff, SOUTH LINE OF SAID LOT ANY ACCOMMODATION IN 2006-3, MORTGAGE
1; THENCE NORTH 85 DE- ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
vs. AGREES, 10 MINUTES, 00 THIS PROCEEDING , YOU ARE CATES SERIES 2006-3 is the
SECONDS WEST, 2.760 ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO Plaintiff and CHARLES E. GRIX;
THE ESTATE OF RUTH E. METERS (9.06 FEET) YOU TO THE PROVISION OF LINDA JUAREZ-GRIX-
VANCISE, DECEASED, et al, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PRITCHARD POINT
OF SAID LOT I TO THE PLEASE CONTACT SANTA HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIA-
Defendant(s). POINT OF BEGINNING. ROSA COUNTY COURT- TION INC.; MORTGAGE
HOUSE 6865 CAROLINE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
NOTICE OF ACTION has been filed against you and STREET 'SOUTHEAST, MILTON, SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED
you are required to serve a FL 32570 WITHIN 2 WORK- AS NOMINEE FOR COUN-
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, copv of vour written defenses ING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT TRYWIDE HOME LOANS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS- . , . days after the first OF THIS NOTICE OF SALE: IF INC TAYLOR MARINE CON-
SIGNEES, UENORS, CREDI- -..L.-i:. ,-, if'any on Albertelli YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED S CTION INC. TENANT
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR .!. Mt ,., P.L, Plaintiff's altor- CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU #1 N/K/A PAUL ard TENANT
OTHER CLAIMANTS, ney, whose address is 777 ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL: #2 1N/K/A SHAUNET NICHO-
CLAIMING, BY THROUGH, south Harbour island Blvd., 1-800955-8770 LAS are the Defendnts, I will
UNDER OR AGAINST THE Suite 940 Tampa, FL 33602, sell to the highest and best bid-
ESTATE OF RUTH E. and file the original with this DATED at MILTON Florida, this der for cash at STEPS OF THE
VANCISE, DECEASED Court either before service on 2 day of August, 2607. SANTA ROSA COUNTY
Plaintiff's attorney, or immedi- COURTHOUSE at 1 :00AM,
Last Known Address: Unknown atelv thereafter otherwise, a de- MARY M. JOHNSON on the 30 day of August, 2007,
fault will be entered against you CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT the following described prop;
Current Address: Unknown for the relief demanded in the Santa Rosa County, Florida erty as set north in said Final
Complaint or petition. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Judgment:
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN Susan Land
PARTIES CLAIMING BY This notice shall be published Deputy Clerk LOT 1, BLOCK C,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND once a week for two consecu- PRITCHARD POINT SUBDI
AGAINST THE HEREIN live weeks in the Press Ga- ATTORNEY FOR fl.- n 11J VISION, ACCORDING TO
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- zette. SHAPIRO & FISHfti-iI :i THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE 2424 North Federal Highway CORDED IN PLAT BOOK E
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD WITNESS my hand and the seal Suite 360 PAGE 22, OF THE PUBLIC
OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID of this court on this 1 day of Au- Boco Roton, Florida 33431 RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY gust, 2007. 06-69630B COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SPOUSES HEIRS, DEVI Clerk of the Circuit Court 081107 A/K/A 2036 PRITCHARD
SEES, GRANTEES, OR CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 081807 POINT DRIVE, NAVARRE,
OTHER CLAIMANTS By: J. Watkins 8/867 FL 32566
Last Known Address: Unknown Deputy Clerk -- Any person claiming an
C*See the Americans with Disa- interest in the surplus
Current Address: Unknown bilitiesNAct Legal 8/868 IFthetr tanhe sale, if ro
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- n accordance with the Ameri- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF swner as of the dae o
ton to foreclose a mortgage on can with Disabilities Act per- SANTA ROSA COUNTY, UtheLs Pendens must file a
the following property in Santa sons needing special accommo- FLORIDA claim within sixty (60)
Rosa County, [orida: dation to articipate in this pro- CIVIL ACTION days afterr the sale.
LOT 1, BLOCK 3 ceeding sho"Id contact Brenda CASE NO. 02-268 WITNESS MY HAND and the
LOT I, BLOCK Y3 Stakes at (850) 623-3159, not WIT
RESUBDIVISION OF SKY- later than seven (7) days prior AMSOUTH BANK, etc., seal of itis Court on August 2,
LINE HEIGHTS, BEING A to this proceeding 2007.
PORTION OF SECTION 28, g Plaintiff, Mar M. Johnson
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH 081107 Mary M. Johnson
RANGE 28 WEST SANTA 107 Clerk of the Circuit Court
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA 88667 v. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ACCORDING Td THE PLA T JAMES G. McCRANIE, et al., By: Susan Land
FILED IN PLAT BOOK "B"
AT PAGE 38 OF THE PUB- 081107
LIC RECORS OF SAID 0Defendants. 081807
COUNTY. Legal 8/867 NOTICE OF SALE 8/86
LESS AND EXCEPT THAT Notice is hereby given that, pur-
PORTION OF THE AFORE- IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1st uanto s Summary Judgment Legal 8/870
MENTIONED PROPERTY JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR- sntT to um dgset Le
CONVEYED TO THE STATE IDA IN AND FOR SANTA cause in the Circuit Cosut of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT ROSA COUNTY Santa Rosa County, Florida, the THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF TRANSPORTATION AS Case #: 06 000305 CA Clerk of Santa Rosa County will IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
DESCRIBED IN THAT CER- Division #: sell the property situated in COUNTY, FLORIDA
TAIN WARRANTY DEED RE- Sato Rosa oune, Florida, de- GENERAL JURISDICTION
CORDED IN OFFICIAL REC- UNC: scribed as: DIVISION
ORDS BOOK 1636 AT CASE NO: 07-235CA
PAGE 1484 OF THE PUB- DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL Dscriotion of Mortaged
LIC RECORDS OF SANTA TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUS- and PgprsonalProperty - FV-1 INC
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA, TEE FOR THE REGISTERED PLAINTIFF
BEING DESCRIBED AS FOL- HOLDERS OF CDC MORT- Lot 14 Block "L", STONE- VS
LOWS: GAGE CAPITAL TRUST BROOK VILLAGE PHASE 6 a
2003-HE2 MORTGAGE Subdivision of a portion af Sec- JEFFERY NEGROTTO A/K/A
A PARCEL OF LAND BEING PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- tion 31 Township 2 North, JEFFREY P. NEGROTTO UN-
A PORTION OF LOT 1R CATES, SERIES 2003-HE2, Range �9 West, Santa Rosa KNOWN SPOUSE OF JEFFERY
BLOCK 3, RESUBDIVISION County, Florida, according to NEGROTTO A/K/A JEFFREY P.
PER THE PLAT RECORDED Book F at Page 55 of the Public AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
IN PLAT BOOK "B" AT -vs- Records of said County. CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
PAGE 38, OF THE PUBLIC UNDER AND AGAINST THE
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA CEDRIC SCOTT BELL AND at a Public Sale, to the highest HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
COUNTY FLORIDA AND JOYCE E. BELL, HIS WIFE; bidder, fur cash, at the North DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
BEING IN SECTION 28, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, front door of the Santa Rosa NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY; County Courthouse 6865 SW. OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID
RANGE 28 WEST SANTA UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POS- Caroline Street, Milton Florida UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, SESSION #1I UNKNOWN 32570 on September 4, 2007 CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
BEING DESCRIBED AS FOL- PARTIES IN POSSESSION #2; at 11:00 a.m. SPOUSES HEIRS DEVISEES,
LOWS: IF LIVING AND ALL UN- GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIM-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING Any person claiming an ANTS; CHRISTOPHER L.
COMMENCE AT A 0.013 BY THROUGH UNDER AND interest in the surplus HOBBS; MYRA HOBBS- JES-
METER IRON PIPE (NO I.D.) AGAINST THE ABOVE NAMED Tunds from the sale, if SICA W. ROCKET F/K/A
MARKING THE SOUTHEAST DEFENDANTS) any, other than the prop- JESSICA NEGROTTO A/K/A
CORNER OF LOT 8 SAID e ry owner, as of the date JESSICA WREN NEGROTTO;
BLOCK 3, RESUBDIVISION Defendantss. of the Uis Pendens, must UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF


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JESSICA W ROCKET F/K/A
JESSICA NEGROTTO A/K/A
JESSICA WREN NEGROTO
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
5CE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Summary Final udg-
ment of Foreclosure doted Au-
qust 1, 2007 entered in Civil
Case No. 07-235CA of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 1 ST Judicial
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA
-...-i MtILTON, Florida, I will
;i, ,I.- highest and best bid-
der for cash at NORTH FRONT
STEPS at the SANTA ROSA
County Courthouse located at
6865 CAROLINE STREET in
MILTON, Fl-i-tD at 11:00
a.m. on the 2 - dJ: of August
2007 the ':1: 4 described
property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to-wit
PARCEL B OF THE NORTH
110.0 FEET OF LOT 46
BLOCK 6, FIRST ADDITION
TO NAVARRE, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK B, AT PAGE
169 OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest
in the surplus trom the sale. i
any other than the property
owner as of Ihe dale of the lis
pendens must file a claim
within 60 days from the sale
Dated this 2 day of August,
2007.
MARY M, JOHNSON
/S/ MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Susan Land
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, P.A. ATTORNEY
FOR PLAINTIFF"
801 S. University Drive Suite
500
Plantation, FL 33324
(954)233-8000
07.76841MYNW
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at ,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
081107
081807
8/870
Legal 8/871
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 07000555CA
DIVISION B
HSBC BANK, USA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARL T. LUPICA, III, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
Auaust "01 2007 and entered
in Zose No. 07000555CA of
the Circuit Court of the FIRST Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for SANTA
ROSA County, Florida wherein
HSBC BANK USA is the Plain-
tiff and CARL' T. LUPICA, IIll; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
CARL T LUPICA, III N/K/A PA-
TRICIA LUPICA; HIDDEN ES-
TATES HOME OWNERS ASSO-
CIATION INC. are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the hig hest
and best bidder for cash at
STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM on the 30 day of
August 2007 the following de-
scried property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOT 23 BLOCK A, HIDDEN
ESTATES, A PLANNED UNIT
DEVELOPMENT BEING A
PORTION OF SECTION 12,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH
RANGE 27 WEST, SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK G PAGE 38
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
A/K/A 2654 HIDDEN ES-
TATES CIRCLE, NAVARRE,
FL 32566
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Us Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on August 2,
2007.
Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Susan Land
Deputy Clerk
081107
081807
8/871
Legal 8/872 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 2007-532-CA
DIVISION: A
BANK OF NEW YORK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS CWABS,
INC. ASSET-BACKED CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES 2006-6,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LISA M. HAMMETT, et al,
Defendantss.

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
8943 TARRYTOWN ROAD
MILTON FL 32583
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in
SANTA ROSA county, Florida:
LOT 8, BLOCK 3 OF PLAN-
TATION WOODS PHASE II
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE(S)
11 AND 12, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.


has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses
within 30 days after the first
publication, if any, on
Echevarria, Codilis &
Stawiarski Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 3J634, and file
the original with this Court ei-
ther before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the Complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published
once each week for two consec-
utive weeks in the Press Ga-
zette.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 2 day of
August, 2007.
Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
As Deputy Clerk
081107
081807
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OR OTHER CLAIMANTS JOHN 01 Minutes 54 Seconds West 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF action; fault will be entered against you This notice shall be published
DOE AND JANE DOE AS a distance of 25.00 Feet to the SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS (dl A statement of all disputed for the relief demanded in the once each week for two consec-
Legal 8/873 UNKNOWN TENANTS IN intersection of the Northerly NOTICE ON THEM. issues of material fact If there complaint utive weeks in the Press
Legal 8/873 POSSESSION Right of Way Line of Old Hick- are none, the petition must so in- Gazette.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DEFENDANT(S) ory Hammock Road and the BANK OF NEW YORK AS All other creditors of the dece- dictate' WITNESS my hand and the seal
INTA SA NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE k oa (66 Foot Right A OLDRS CWALT INC claims or demands again petitioner contends warrant re-gust 2007. of this on this 10 dayof
N , FLORDA SA I of Way and the point 3I ALTERNATIVE LOAN TRUST decedent's estate including q un- erseal or modification of the De- August, 2007.
COUNTYA FLORIDA SAI CTNenin t[encecontinue1 i:, "~ ' 2005-65CB MORTGAGE matured, contingent or unliqui- oartmen action; MARY M. JOHNSON Aust20
GENERAL JURISDICTION OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- Derees 01 Minutes 54 Sc- PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI dated claims, must file their f A concise statement of the ul- As Cerk a the Court Mary M. Johnson
DIVISION oAn a r Fldg- onds West alon said Westerly CATES SERIES 20055CB claims with this court WITHIN 3 mate facts alle ed, as well as CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Clerkof the Court
CASE NO: 07-434 CA l : Summa ry Final Jude inls gs aeo oai esty CATS SERIES 2005-65CB io lnS 0e 116 isw g a he c0 7 CHAL G H S a
rent of Foreclosure date Au- right of way a distance of Plaintif, MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF the rules and states which e nti- By: Brandy Norris CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
NATIONAL CITY MORTGAGE us 2, 2007 entered in Civil 18.O feet; 'Thence go North vs. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF tle the petitioner to relief and AsDeputyClerk By:J. Watkins
NATONAL E e No 07-197CA of the Cir- 90 Derees 00 Minutes 00 Sc- KELLY RENEE MOODY A/K/A THIS NOTICE. g A statement of tIe relief As Deputy Clerk
PLANTIFF cult Court of the 1ST Judicial bonds Weslt, A distance of KELLY RENEE MOODY ought by the afing In accordance with the Amer-




PLAINTIFF lo2O71freedaKEocLLYahe6dyo~gs07e228 R3ENEE6OVE DY vAIMSioN O FGpa GnswithEDisabciatiesActiperhor81807
VS- Circuit in and fr SANTA ROSA 22500 Feet Thence go South CARNES A/K/A KELLY RENEE ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED precisely the p cans with Disabilities Ac per- 08807
SCounty MLTON Flor da I wil 00 Deg rees 1 Minutes 54 S c- MOODY-CARNES A/K/A WILL BE FOREVER BARRED ioner wants the Department to sons needing a reasonable Iac 082507
RAY A. GILLESPIE A/K/A RAY sell to the hiaest and best bid- bonds East, A Distance of KELLY R. MOODY CARNS take. mmoation to participate in 8/8985
ALLEN GILLESPIE UNKNOWN der fr cas at THE NORTH 108.00 Feel to the foremen UNKNOWN SPOUSE O F The de s i this pro eedina should, no laterE
SPOUSE OF RAY A. GILLESPIE FRONT STEPS at the SANTA tioned Northerly Riaht of Way; KKELLY RENEE MOODY this Notice is August 11, 2007. Because the administrative hear- than seven 171' days &rior, con- Legal 8/899
A/KA RAY ALLEN GILLESPIE IF ROSA County Courthouse ]o- Thence go North'90 Dugres A/K/A KELLY RENEE MOODY process is designed to for taiCt the ClerE of the Court's di n
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING STREET in MILTON, Florida, at alon drihofm adinMOODY-CARNES A/K/A Attorney for Personal Represent- filing of a petition means that 8506230135 6865 CARO- A F S A A
BY THROUGH UNDER, AND 1100 am. on the 28 day of lance of 22.00 feetto the KELLY R MOODY CARN alive the Department's final action '� BOX H, MILTON L COUNTY









BHRO TE OT 65RCUGHRT t D uy Clek N t KELLYR.MODODYCA/K/ -1 - R , NOTICE ICRDT SHtMILTO .S c o a
A6AINST tHE HEREIN Auaust 2007 the followindoe- point of beginning- The above UNKNOWN TENANT I; UN- Attorney for Estate may be different from the posi- 23'27- If hearing impaired, NOT.A TEOFFLORID A

ANTIS WHO ARE NOT said Summary Final Judgment,lains 0.558 acres, more or less BY THE SEA IMPROVEMENT AMND & ORAM PA. Persons whose substantial iner- System. R . :
IKNOWN TO BE DEAID T OR fTHN-wit: y IASSOCIATION, INC., and an 3E14S. Ba ylen St Suite 116 ests will be affected by any suchad
ALVE WOETDHSE ROR PSes t Dive a has been f i it y and unknown heirA, deviseeso gra Pensacola FL 32S02 final decision of the Department 081807 CHARLES G. HAWKINS and
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM SITUATE IN SANTA ROSA you are required to serve a ees, creditors, and other un (850) 497048 have the riah t to petition to be 082507 I5 E WIN C
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES COUNTY, FLORIDA, VIZ: copy of your written defenses, if known persons or unknown come a par to the proceeding, 8/895 Plaintiff's
HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEE LOT 19 BLOCK C MISTY any, to if on Daniel P. Saba, the spouses claiming by, through DENNIS R. POCICA in accordance with the require- _ v _V.
OR OTHER CLAIiANTSJOHN WOODS A SUBDIVISION plaintiffs' attorney, whose ad- and under any of the Paersonal Representative ments set forth above. Legal 8/896 ARLETHA M. GREENE,
DOE AND JANE DOE AS OF A ORTION OF SEC- dress is 4557 Chumuckla High- above-named Defendants, 081107 Mediation under Section NOTICE OF PUBC SALE Defendant
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN TION 29 TOWNSHIP 2 way, Pace Florida 32571 on Defendants. 081807 120i573o Florda Statutes sPBDeent)
POSSESSION. NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST or before teptember 10, 2607, 081807 120.573 lorida Statutes, is
DEFENDANT(S) SANTA ROSA COUNTY and file the original with the NOTICE OF ACTION 8/885 not vailble for this proceed- Noti g that on NOTICE OF FORECLO URE
D F ON N FLORIDA, ACCORDING D T clerk of this cou eith er before Pee.n 8/ / Sk A 3
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE THE PAT RECORDED IN service on the plaintiffs' attorney TO KELLY RENEE MOODY Legal 8/886si a and following vehicles will be sold NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
SALE ei PLAT BOOK F, PAGE 73 OF or immediately 0rwe, c otheRo A/K/AS KELLY RENEE MOODY 81807 for towing and storAae charges. n N Te an oeroGlFiorNpbAa GT
STHE PUBLIC RECORDS OF wise a V defa u L entered CARES A/K/A KELLY RENEE IN THE R CIRCUIT COURT IN 081807Year: 91 Make EC di.uiEerOINnorf the Foreclosure anad
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- SAID COUNTY agais you for the relief de MOODY-CARNES A e/K/A AND FOR SANTA ROSA 8/893 MHc3L205e1086 S a lef s in the cause pendnlin the
suantl to a Summary Final iJudg- m n the complaint or pe- KELLY R. MOODY CARNE COUNTY, FLORIDA t4obE heD04 AT COVEALSale giDAte First
men Forecosure ded Au- An person claiminan interest titian. 228 SQUIRREL DRIVE File No.: 57-2007-CP-232 a situate Circuit Court of 7e





















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2007ySerc entered inCivT il Pin KthesurplusWromE he a E sea ole 5fThss eo Lba YOU A. Pa07.
aet C1 07434 CA of the any a is other than the roert OR ' RWaILNG6 62 325 0 F n oRosa Clour t Florida the under-
Circuit Court of the 1ST Judicial owner an of the daTe e i MARY M. JOHNSON 7281 BROADMOOR STREET IN RE: ESTATE OF rLegal 8/894 s ned Cle will sell the prop-
Ci rcuit in and for SANTA ROSA t County Y Fo w iL 3. ABSTON, Naval Air Station Whiting the right to bid. n fo Lows
County, Milton, Florida I ill , i Gitin60 days alter the sole Courts FilMntaltoRRsYa - A ST
sell to he hhest and best bid CIRCUIT COURT SEAL UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF UN- Field Insta ation Restora-












der rUC ACLOCU F a t" r COR Hi trtCdy rofogua BY tJ. Watkins KNOWN SPOUSE OF .rd rt Dmrosion Pre rram0r1t 0 Lot 5 Block 2, WIND TRACES C
der far caNs at THE NORTH Dated thin 2 day of August, PYe RWtks KNr SO o I'tr, Deceased Public notice of Remedial 081807 NORTH: Commence at theC
FRONT STEPS OF THE COURT, 2007. Deputy Clerk RENEE MOODY A/K/,-1 7i oeR Souihwest corner of Tract W of 'o
HOUSE, located at 6865 CAR- RENEE MOODY RC - NF: NOTICE TO CREDITORS Actions 9r Crescenert Shores according to
O NE STREET in Milton Flat MARYM. JOHNSON 081107A i e" giEe Bot kr A t 7 o th
ida, at 11:00 a.m. on te 30 /S/MARY M. JOHNSON 081807 e/OADY-CARNES TheSadministration of the estate Based on the ts of a Rm- Legal 8/ b97 the plat thereof de d inMPlat
day of Auust 2007the follow Clerk of the Circuit Court 8/88A/KA KELLY R. MOODY o Mary F. Abston deceased, dial Ines lion RI, Feasibili Book A atage 70 of the bic
described' L property set CIRCUIT COURT SEAL CARES File Number 57-2007-CP-232, Studies (s),and ,l r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Records FSanU a Rosa County,
forth in said summary Final By: Susan Land Legal 8/881 228 SQUIRREL DRIVE s pending in the Circuiot CourtStudy Adendums T I D Ro rt n
Judgment, to-wit: Deputy Clerk OZARK, AL 36360 for Santa Rosa County Florida N will implement) remedial SANTA Wet line of sd TracT W
ORdgent, t-ic Def TMe rk TNProbate Division the al-dress ol ac tons at two sites at Naval Air ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA 40.00 FeeD to the North right ofR
S C T THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF which s 686 SW Caroline Station (HAS) Whiling Field. CIVIL ACTION way line of U.S. Highway 98,
ELOT 11 BLOCK 63 OF TOHE J rTERN e PA DEOUYHEUV THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 7281 BROADMOOR STREET CASE NO.: 07-000724 CA thence continue alo the last j
SECON ADDITION TO J STERN P A ATTORNEY CUlT OF THE STATE OF NAVARRE, FLt32566 Street, Milton, Florida 32570.
N R E SUBDVIONi O N ITheR estate is intestate. The At sites 10 and 11 Land Use DIVISION: B described line 610.UU feet to .














NAVRR SUB DIVIO N F ORST PriLAII FLORIDA. IN AND FOR Te d o fe o lLUCs) are 3rorosed to ithoe ota thence continue East
AS RECORDED IN PLA 801 . University Drive Suite LAST KNOWN ADDRESS names and addressest of the Controls aASHINGTON MUTUAL 130 to the Point of Be-
BOOK "C" AT PAGE 31 OF 500 SANTA ROSA COUNTY CURRENT RESIDENCE personal representative and the restrict fu ure use a the site to I ACinning thence continue East
THE RECORDS OF SANTA Plantation, FL 33324 GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION Npersonal representative's ao t hr- non-residential/recreationalr BU AS nni et thenc e Nort
ROSA5COUNTY, FLORIDA. A954233'00 of & P O Case Ho Yhe Sa NntaNW eo sare set forth beo The p opposed final reCmNed y for SUCCSSOR-IN-INTEREST R 0.85 feet, thence North
07-75966(EMC)n Al creditors of the decedent each site is as follows: TO LONG BEACH MORT- 135.00 feet, thence West


owner as of the date f te s TIES A CT Courtersons with Plaintiff through and under th contingentOr R unliquidated4an Subsurface Soil: LUCs, BONi Moobile Home TitleM














enens musat reDaI claim ddisabilities needing a special A Sreet iclin ForD Aee T FNDn if claims, on whom a Cop of this including an existing soil coverD, ,vs. t- R O # hi2 9 claE a, ,
within 6U0dOayarthesate accommodation should contact vs deceased or whose lost known notice is served must ile their w i JA E.enCHANKatetna#,8680438.
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at claims with this court WITHIN to reduce potential exposure JAY E. SCHANK, et al, 68043B.
Dated this 2 day of August, eSATA ROSA Co LEO VGHT PATRICIA addresses are unknown. aiswtthe t Th eenedepotTI a A S E . O
A . V aCourthouse OGHT and UKOWN OC F Y AR THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFr- ri k restrict future use aqb et pi t tE s
d20e07.I st1-800-955-8771 (TD NOR CUPANTS, TENANTS OWN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST nonresidential activities and to Aat In ptbTicsale t hfor ia g Uhe-
S100 rERSAND'OT ER UNNOW that an acon foreclosure PUBLICATION OF THIS O- prohibit disturbance of the soil NOTICE OF ACTION and best bidder or cash Begin-
M ar n 800-955 e877e . o PARTIES including, if a named Morgae covering the follow E TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE cover. Site 10 will be available T JAY E. SCHANK ning at 11:00 am on Septm-
saE M.E Johnson lN Service. e is e , H e ings rea an personal proper DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY for non-residential/recreationl LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: r 20, 2007.
Clerk of circuit Court sonal representatives the su described as follows, to-wit: OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. use MILTON, FL 32570 Dated this 8 day of August,
Circuit Court Seal 081107 All other creditors of the dace- Se T ON FL -oo utteas Ops en2oM Augus
By: Susan Land 081807 gvvintspouesL heirs, dUvisee Leot 26 Block 235, H ALLEY dent and other pers ons hain 1dte I - SoutheaNs Iln e2007.

5NH 2Ai FOL3ICS HF D A E -deOen a nd a o claimants corded in Plt Book B, mat ured, contingent or unhiqui- will be implemented at Site 11 CIRn UIT COEL RT SEAL

































THEN LAWOFICE S IOF DAVIDHE gl 8 6 OF F RosA COun U nTY COURTHOUSE aaa|kaimnhcade ine Palrtea t Boor peONton AN TOWNSEP SES AN TK O r
JE STERN P.A ATION- DEpersonsn1 or parties natural o Page 155, of the Public ated claims must file their restricti future use o By: Brandy Norris
FOR PLAINTIFFs IN THE CIRCUIT COURT corporate, or whose exact legal Records of Santa Rosa claims with th court WITHIN 3 non-res entia activities and to PARTIES CLAIMING BY Deputy Cler
801 S. University Drive Suite FOR SANTA ROSA status is unknown, claiming un County, Florida. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE O prohibit soil removal from the THROUGH, UNDER AN
500 COUNTY, FLORIRONy o t R THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF site. Site 11 will be available AGAINST THE AEREIN 081807
COUNTY, FLO RIDA. CVIL der of the above named or for non-residential/recreational NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- 082507
Plantation, FL 33324 DIVISION described defendants has been filed against you and THIS NOTICE. anr PIFENDANT (S) WHO ARE 8/899
0957233-8000 CASE NO. you are required to serve a ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED use. NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
978 6572007CA0copy of your written defenses if WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. UNO WHTHER AD
0 6NCM C OXXXXXX 0 0 4 40 Defendants any, to if on Frank Albert Rader, Upn complex tion of these rem- OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE A NDED NOTICE OF Buer & Hosch P.A., 3185e fThe date of first publication of dial actions no add itional a UNKNO N PARTES MAY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- BANK OF NEW YORK AS sALE South Conway hoad, Suite E this Notice is August 11,2007. tion will be required at SAites 10 SCOA S AN N ER I A
TIES ACT persons with TRUSTEE FOR THE CE'RTIFI- Orlando, Florida 32812 and and 11. SEES, GRANTEES, OR IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
disabilities needing a special CATEHOLDERS CWABS INC. Notice is hereby given that, pur- file the original with the Clerk of Attorney for Perso nal Represent- C s , OTHER CLAIMANTES COUNTY, FLOR IDA
accommodation should contact ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, suant to the Orer or Final Jd the av-styl Court on or be- alive w. Secs toIR Defenopnthe RIns Fil e and- CIVIL DIVISION
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at SERIES 20063, meant entered in this cause fore 30 days from the first publi- s RayV. Andrewse fo Pli e LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- CASE NO.: 07-34-CA
he SANTA ROSA County Plaintiff, the Circuit Cour of Santa dsa cation otherwise a S Judgment Y inVy Andrews E aebei fSO licFie Information KNOWN S F U C
Courthouse at , vsoutolria I will sellt the may be entered aanst you For Lindsay, Andrews'& Leonard, HAS Nng FieldDN
1-800-955-8771 (DD, or avs.CountyFlorida i s the lief demanded in the Cow- P.A. R on August 15,Y LLC F/K/A RESIDEN-
1800-9 7 T a or property situate i n Santa Rosa a i. d d i he Co 5218IWillinStreet2007. CURRENT ADDRESS UN- TIAL FUNDING CORPORA-
1-800-955O8770, via rorida JAMES N. PORTO, etFal., ounsty, Florida, described as: plaint.ilton Flori a 32570 KNOWN TION, r -
Relay Service. Defendants. LOT 1, PASS KEY SUBDIVI- WITNESS my hand and sealof L8501 623-3200 West Florida Regional Library YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-Flointiff,
081107 NOTICE OF SALE SI , A SUBDIVISION AC- said Court on the 7 day of A u- oria Bar No. 228291 Milton Florida
0O TICEATRON G(850) 623-5565 lion to foreclose a mortgage on
081807PURSUA C CORDE ING TO PLAT RE gust, 2007. Persona Representative the poverty in vs.
PAGE 5 OF THE PUBLIC EC' If you are a person with a disa- /s/Floyd Lewis Abstont, Jr. You are encouraed to review SANTA ROSACounty, LUDMILA DUTY' MORTGAGE
NOTICES HED OF T AI REC-A biity who needs accommoda- Floyd Lewis AbslonJr. the Navy's proposed plans and DI DT M AE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-i OF SANTA ROSA viBrovide wriTWiHSAen comments. Writ- LOT 22 BLOCK C, TAN- ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
suint to an Order or Summary COUNTY, FLORIDA. ti re o re Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401 n responses will be provided GLEWO6D EAST SUBDI- SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED
dated August 1, 2007, and an- athublic sale, to the hi.hunt tled at no cost to you for the for all written comments submit VIION, TANGLEWOOD AS NOMINEE FOR HOMEI-
Legal 8/874 tared in Case No. best bidder, for cash, alhe provisions of the certain asi- 081107 ted during the 3day public CLUB, AND COUNTRY COMINGS FINANCIAL NET
572007CAOOO44OXXXXXX of front door of the Santa Rosa lance Please contact Court Ad- 081807 comment period pui PLAT THEREOF AS RE- JOHN DOE; JANE DOE A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Circuit Court in and far County Courthouse, 6865 Car- ministration at 6865 Caroline 8/886 ing will be held if requested by PLAT BO OK D uNKNOWN TENANT D SIN
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Santa Rosa County, Florida, aline Street, Milton, Florida Street Milton, Florida 32570h members of the public prior to d PAGED 46 OF THE PUB- POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA wherein Bank of New York, as 32570 at 11:00 a.m. on Au- Telephone 1850(623 3639 the end of the comment period. GC S RECOR4S OF SANTA PROPERTY,
COUNTY, FLORIDA Trustee for the Certificateholders gust 30, 2007. within 2 "O f - your Legal 8/893 SEND WRITTEN COM- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Defendants.
GEN RA J DiC S CWABS, Inc. Asset-Backed Car- rc t- " . MENTO T C U ORTO:E
DIVISIONR I Tifcates, Series 2006-3 is Plain- ANY PERSON CLAIMING are ei pt of r voice Impaired STATE OF FLORIDA has been filed against you and RENTCE OF FORECLO-
CASE NO: REF# tiff and James N. Porto; Kelly C. AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- call 1-800-955-8771. DEPARTMENT OF ENVI- Mr Ron Jo ner you are required to serve aSU S
0 6 - 6 3 6 - C I/ U C N # aortoO Mortndage Electronic Rg- PLUS FROM THE SALE IF RONMENTAL PROTECTION Public Wors Department coay of your written defenses
S206CA00066XXCICI istration SysTems Inc Min No ANY OTHER THAN tHEL Mary M. Johnson NT OF INTENT T IS- HAS Whitin Field wiin 30 days after the first NOTICE ISO HEREBY GIVEN
EI1000S157D0050307; -Un- PROPERTY OWNER AS OF CLE OFTHECIRCUITCOURT 7151 USS WASP Street publication, if any, on a and Oe
JP MORGAN Cr.,SE BANK AS known Tenant No 1' Unknown THE DATE OF THE LIS CI iRCUITn COURT SEAL 0131182-003 Mit Florida 32570-6159 Echevarria, Codilis & a ett aoo a De
TRUSTEE ON ri.r-if OF FIRST Tenant No. 2; and A(I Unknown PENDENS MUST FILE A By Brandy Norris'
FRANKLIN MORtGAGE LOAN Parties Claiming Interests By, CLAIM WITH THE CLERK OF Deputy Clerk The Department of Environmen- 8t -781 t whose oddness is 9119 Corne 207 ae no"thereidrc uitCurt
TRUST 2004-10 Through, Under or Aginst a COURT WITHIN 60 DAYS tal Protection gives notice of its WRIrIEN COMMENTS rate Lake Drive Suite 3 073CA of the Circuit Court
ASSETBACKED CERTIFICATES, Name Defen ant to t is Ac AFTER THE SALE. A 081107 intent to issue a permit 1o MUST BE SUBMITTED BY Tampa Florida 3634, and file of the 1T Judicial Circuit in
SERIES 2004-FF10 tin or Havinp or Claiming to 081807 Bagqdad-Garcon Point Water September 14,2007. he oinal with this Court e- and d Rosa ounty
PLAINTIFF Hve Any Right, Title or Interest DATED this 6 day of August, 88 System to construct a 750 gal- there before service on Plaintiff's Florida where RESIDENTI.AL
VS. in The Property Herein De- 2007. Ion per minute potable water 081807 attorney or immediately thereof- FUNDING COMPANY, ,LLC
scribed, are Defendants, I will Legal 8/884 supply well and associated 081807 ter; otherwise a defaut will be K/A RESIDENTIAL FUNDING
VINCENT LEE MAYO IF LIV- sell to the highest and best bid- MARY JOHNSON water treatment facility, a 8/894 entered against you for the re -//ATE is the Plaintiff
ING AND IF DEAD THE UN der for cash at the HNorth Front Clerk of Circuit Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 150 000-gallon multi-leggeda te demanded in theCo a i eandE ELERA ONI E GT T-
KNOWN SPOUSE HEIRS DE_ Door of the Santa Rosa County CIRCUIT COURTSEAL FOR SANTA ROSA otale water elevated storage Tor petition. GAG
VISEES GRANTEES, ASSIGN- Courthouse 6865 SW Caroline By Brandy Norris COUNTY FLORIDA lank, an upgradto an existing Thin notice shall be published TRATION SYSTEMS, INCORPO-
EES LIENORS, CREDITORS Street Milton, FL 32570 at Deputy Clerk PROBATE DIVISION in-line booster pumpkin station Legal 8/895 once each week for two consec- RATED AS NOMINEE FOR
TRUSTEES ANI ALL OTHE R Santa Rosa County, Florida, at FILE NO. 57-2007-CP-230 and approximately 2095 lin- utive weeks in the Press Ga- HOMECOMINGS FINANCIAL
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER- 11:00 am. CST on the 30 day In accordan ,. ,he Ameri- DIVISION en ee of pred minantly six IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF zette NETWORK INC DAVID
EST BY THROUGH UNDER "-, i 2007, the following cans With ' sL,,. Act per- and eiht-inch PVC water main. THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- WITNESS my handand the seal DUTY OJOHNi DOE' JANE DOE
OR AdAINST VINICENT LEE J''' . pE -Ioroperty as set forth sons needing a special accom- IN RE: The well, treatment plant and el- CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND of this Court on this '8 day af A NO WN ' TENANB(S
MAYO' UNKNOWN SPOUSE in said Order or Final Judg- modation to participate in this ESTATE OF ROBERTA ROSE evated storage tank are to be FOR SANTA ROSA August, 2007. IN POSSESSION OF THE SUB
OF VINCENT LEE MAYO' IF ment, to-wit: Hearing should contact the DALTON, located on utilily-owned prop- COUNTY JECT PROPERTY are defendants.
ANY; BENITO BERNAL' SANTA A.D.A. Coordinator not later Deceased. arty on Woadvle Rood, tust CASE NO. O7000556CA Mary MJohnson I will sell to the highust and best
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA' LOT 27 BLOCK "A" SANTA than seven (7pdays prior to the north of Warren Road. Pipeline Clerk of the Court bidder for canh althe NORTH
JOHN DOE AN' JANE DOE VILLA VI'ACCORDING TO THE roceedingviae( dayslorida R, NOTICE TO CREDITORS improvements are to be con- ACCREDITED HOME LENDERS, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL FRONT STEPS OF COURT-
JOHsON D EAND JANED IL PLATVIEACCORDENO IT THE eroicedng1-800-955-8770.structed within public INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPO- By: Angela K. Dunn HOUSE at the Santa Rosa
ASSESSIUNKNOWN TENANTS N PLAT THEREOFO RECORDED10 IN tO Service a ' The administration of the estate rights-of-way alon Avalon RATION, As Deputy Clerk County Courthouse1 in MILTON
DEFENDANT(S) THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF 081107 of Roberta Rose Dalton., de- Boulevard, Garcon Point Road, Plaintiff, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- 081807 ceased, whose date of death and Warren Road. 081807 11 day of September, 2007,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IDA. /881 was May 28, 2007, is pending vs. 082507 the following described prop;
in the Circuit Court for Santa The intent to issue and applica- 8/897erty na set northh in said Final
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN Legal 8/882 Rosa County, Florida, Probate ton file are available for public BLAINE A TOWNSEND IF LIV- Juagment, to-wit:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN par- INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS CIRCUITaCOURT-ONDivision File Number inspechnari 8 a b HG AND IF DEAD, THE UN-
suanl to a Summary Finaludg- FROM THE SALE IF ANY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 57-200'-CP-230, the address ness hours, 8:0 a.m. to 5:00 KNOWN SPOUSEHEIRS DE- LOT 59 BLUE HERON
ment of Foreclosure dlated Au- OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- of which is P.O. Box 472, Mil- p.m., Monday through Friday, VISEES GRANTEES, ASSIGN- Legal 8/898 COVE PHASE IV, BEING A
oust 1, 2007 entered in Civil OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA ton, FL 32572. The names and except legal holidays, at the EES UIENORS CREDITORS PORTION OF SUCTION 36,
Case No. REF# THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA addresses of the personal repre- Florida Department of Environ- TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH '
0 6 - 6 3 6 - C I / U C N # CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- CIVIL ACTION sentative and the personal mental Protection 160 Govern- PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- RANGE 29 WEST SANTA ',
5206CA000636XXCICI of the TER THE SALE. CASE NO. 2007-526-CA representative's attorney are set mental Center ensacola, Flor- EST BYA THROUGHB UNDER CUIT IN AND FORoSANTA ROSA COUNTY, LORIDA, -
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA If you are a person with a disa- TOWNSEND' UNKNOWN CIVIL ACTION CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C
County, MILTON, Florida, I will birity who needs any accom- DEUTSCHE BANK NA- All creditors of the decedent The Deportment will issue the SPOUSE OF BLAINE A CASE NO.: 07-783 CA PAGE 152 OF THE PUBLIC .0
sell to the highnt and best bid- maoation in order to participate TIONAL TRUST COMPANY and other persons, who have oermi wh the attached condi- TOWNSEND; UNKNOWN DIVISION: A RECORDS OF SAID
der for cas at THE NORTH in this proceeding, you are enti- AS TRUSTEE OF ARGENf claims or demands against lions unless a timely petition for TENANT #1; UNKNOWN
FRONT STEPS at the SANTA fed, ono cost to you, to the MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST decedent's estate, including un- an administrative hearing is TENANT #2;, GMAC MORTGAGE LLCCOf
ROSA County Courthouse Io- provision of certain assistance ASSET BACKED PASS matured, contingent ar uniqui- filed under Sections 120.569 Defendant. F/K/A GMAC MORTGAGE ANY PERSON CLAIMING ',
cated at 6865 CAROLINE Please contact the Court at THROUGH CERTIFICATES dated claims, and who have and 120.57, Florida Statutes CORPORATION, AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
STREET in MILTON, Florida at 850-623-0135 / fax SERIES 2005-W2 UNDER been served a copy af this no- within fourteen days of receipt NOTICE OF ACTION Plaintiff, PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
11:00 a.m. on the 30 day of 850-626-4268 within two (21 THE POOLING AND SERV lice, must file their claims with of notice. The procedures for ANY OTHER THAN THE
August 2007 the following de- working days of your receipt of ICING AGREEMENT DATED this court WITHIN THE LATER petitioning for a hearing are set TO: BLAINE A. TOWNSEND; vs. PROPERTY OWNER AS OF ,'
scored' property as set for h in this Notice' if you are hearing AS OF APRIL 1 2005, OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER forth below. UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
said Summary Final Judgment, or voice impaired call Florida WITHOUT RECOURSE., THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- BLAINE A. TOWNSEND THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, PENDENS MUST FILE A
said Relay Service (8001F955_8770. Plaintiff, CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR A person whose substantial in- Last known address: 5174 DEVISEES, GRANTEES AS- CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
to-wit' THIRTY 30) DAYS AFTER THE terests are affected by the OAKLEAF DRIVE, MILTON, SIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI- AFTER THE SALE.
LOT 20, BLOCK 5 OF FIRST DATED at Milton, Florida, on vs. DATE 0 SERVICE OF A COPY Department's proposed permitt- FLORIDA 32571 TORS TRUSTEES, OR R
ADDITION TO SKYLINE August 2, 2007. OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ino decision may petition for an OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM- If aou are a person with a Diso- '4
HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION, JOHNSON a All other creditors of the de- ing) under Sections 10.56 claiming interest b' through, DER OR AGAINST, BOBBIE dation in order to participate in
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN As Clerk Circuit Court cendent and other persons who and 120.57 Florida Statutes. under or oaainst 'LAINE A L TAYLOR A/K/A BOBBIE this proceeding you are entitled
PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE S)O CIRCUI t COURT SEAL have claims or demands against The petition must contain the in- TOWNSEND'; UNKNOWN TAYLOR, DECEASED, et al, at no cost to you to the provi-
67P OF THE PUBLIC REC By: Susan land CE OF FORECLOSURE the decedent's estate, including formation set forth below and SPOUSE OF BLAINE A. Defendant(s). sions of certain assistant please "
O6DS OF SANTA ROSA As Deputy Clerk SAL R unmatured , contingent or unliq- must be filed (received by the TOWNSEND and all parties contact Susan Land at 6865 t
COUNTY, FLORIDA. updated claims, must file their clerk) in the Office of General having or claiming to have any NOTICE OF ACTION Caroline Street Milton, FL -.
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, P.A. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- claims with this court WITHIN Counsel of the Department at right, title or interest in the prop- TO: 32570, 850-983-1012 within ".I
of THREE 3) MONTHS AFTER 3900 Commonwealth Boua- rydescribed herein. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, 2 working days of this receipt ',


p-orpeir� i-n-t.mia Rosa-tounty- nereinue-, uilu - �- u., '7
Iro f the do of NOTICE TO C COUNTY. �ovmg or 4
CASE NO: 07-197CA Ida: owner as REDITORS on e ling of a motion in
the Us Pen ens must file a persons or parties
mPIt an ft� with Rule
claim within sixty (60) The administration of the estate c 8.10 1 . c. 6205 Florida Adminis BY FEE SIMPLE DEED FROM TOGETHER WITH THAT claiming any right title interest
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL AS- Commence at the Southeast car a CARL L. BROSET AND LISA CERTAIN MOBILE HOME c aim or demand
SOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR ner of the Northeast quarter of days fter the sale. of Susan Pocica deceased File trative Code. S. BROSET, HUSBAND AND LOCATED THEREON SE_ real Lpr,,er in on� to sai8
CERTIFICATI�HOLDERS OF Section 18, TownsI I North, WITNESS MY HAND and the Number 57-2607-CP-23� is ARE'Y-HEREBY NOTIFIED
BEAR STEARNS ASSET Range 27 West, , I disputes the ma. WIFE AS SET FORTH IN RIAL NUABERS YO
onto Rosa seal of this Court on August 7, �ending in the Circuit Court for A petition tho
BACKED SECURITIES I LLC AS. County, Florida According to 2007. onto Rosa County Florida terial facts on which the DEED BOOK 1946 PAGE AHAL176601A & that an action to foreclose a
Probate Division, the �dclress at Department's action is based 1921 DATED 08/b/2000 AHAL176601B. mortga
SET BACKED CERTIFICATES, occupation, deed of record and pe on the followin%.pn.,.
SERIES 2005-HE 12 �urveys by others, said point be- Mar� M. Johnson which is P.O. 472,s Milton FIL must contain the following infor- AND RECORDED cels a real property in to
PLAINTIFF ing an existing railroad NCike ly- Cl., of the Circuit Cou 32572. The name and 'ad- motion: 08/30/2000 SANTA has been filed against you and I
vs. ing North 90 Degrees 0 Min- CIRCUIT COURT SEA rt dresses of the personal repre- ROSA COURTY RECORDS, You ore required to serve a
ules 00 Secon s East and L tentative and the personal (a) The name, address, and tele- STATE OF FLORIDA. your written defenses COMMENCING AT THE
By: Brandy Norris wiKin 03'0 days after the first
STEVE A. STEINAWAY- 20.96 Fee!t from the position of Deputy Clerk representative's attorney are set phone number of each pe co NORTHWEST CORNER OF
ALDABELLE L. STEINAWXY: said Southeast Corner of the for h below. tioner; the name, address, anti. has been filed against you and Ecub on, if any, on SECTION 6 TOWNSHIP 1
le hone number of the e required to serve a "co'ia Codilis & T,
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWt� Northeast Quarter established 081107 you or Your written defenses, if evarki,' Plaintiff's attorney, NORTH RANGE 27 WES
PARTIES CLAIMING By by proportionate measure be. 081807 All creditors of the decedent PeNioner's representative, if copy Stawiar, SANTA'ROSA COUNTY FLOR
an t an t
THROUGH, :R, and other persons having claims the Depar ment 0 if, on Sarah Barbaccia, hose address is 0119 Corpo- IDA; THENCE RUN SOOTH 00
icley�' anyi-mi e DEREES 00 MINUTES 00 SEC
LINDE ANb tween existing and accepted 8/882
THE HEREIN or demands a tification number the rn y for Plaintiff, whose a�r rate Lake Drive Suite 300,
AGAINST _qainst decedent's dress 2901 Stirli i ONDS WEST ALONG THE
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- North 90 Decirees 00 Minuie's estate, including unmatured county in which the subject mot. is : ny Road, Tampa, Flo do 3t1634 and file
ANTIS) c breynal with this Court e WE T LINE OF SAID SECT
WHO ARE NOT 00 Seconds -West along the contingent, or unliquidateJ ter or activity is located Suite 300, Fort Lauder ale Flor- the a r - S ION
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR Easterl( Extension of the center Legal 8/883 claims, on whom a copy, of this (b A statement of kow and ida 33312 on or before' Sep- ther ne service on Plaintiff"s 6 A DISTANCE OF 2952.05
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- line a Old Hickory Hammock notice is served but file their In each petitioner received tember 24 2007 and file the attorney or immedialel�, thereof- FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM Road 150 Foot Ri IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN claims with this court WITHIN notice of the Department action; original with the 'Clerk of this ter; otherwise a defou t will be DEGREES 41 MINUTES 30
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES distance of 603' of Wa�,' ' AND FOR SANTA ROSA THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF� (c) A statement of how each Court either before sevice on entered aneinst you for the re- SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEE� Thence go ' COUNTY, FLORIDA TER DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- petitioner's substantial interests Plaintiff's attorney or immedi- lief dem on d in the Complaint OF 30.30 FEET TO AN I
CASE N& 07-529-CA CATION OF THE NOTICE OR are affected by the Department ately thereafter; otherwise a de, or petition. SECTION WITH THE EASTERLY
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SOUTH AIRPORT ROAD 50' copy of your write defenses, if Legal 8/902 tBhe lat thereofl corde ANY PlaERSON CLAIMING a special aco WAY) FOR 509.12 FEET TO Found Male Doa 8/1
RIGHT-OF-WAY) FOR THE any, o on Plaintiffs attorney, Book C, Pame 160 of the Public ANY PERSON CLAIMING - : ., rtcipte in this THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO- Morristown area. Coil to
POINT OF BEGINNING hose address is set forth be- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Records of Santa Rosa County, AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- proceedi sound contactthe LINE OF CRITTENDEN SURE SALE describe 3906615
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH low, on or before the 21 day of FOR SANTA ROSA Florida. PLUS FROM THE SALE IF mdivduor agency sending DRIVE (PRIVATE, 60 FOOT describe 390-6615
89 DEGREES 41 MINUTES 30 September 2007, and file the COUNTY FLORIDA ANY OTHER THAN THE this notice not later han seven RIGHT OF WAY); THENCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN p
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE original with the Clerk of this CIVIL ACION The street address of which PROPERTY OWNER AS OF days prior to the proceeding at RUN SOUTH 0 DEGREES 16 suant to an Order Granting the . '- .
OF 690.31 FEET THENCE Court either before service on CASE NO. 07-432-CA 1461 Soanibel Lane, Gulf THE DATE OF THE LIS the address given on the noce MINUTES 57 SECONDS Motion to Reset Foreclosure
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 14 Plaintiff's attorney or immedi- Breeze, Florida 32561. PENDENS MUST FILE A Telephone (850) 245-4640, WEST ALONG SAID EAST Sale dated August 10, 2007
MINUTES 33 SECONDS WEST atel there her otherwise a de- REGIONS BANK, etc, CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS 1-800-955-8771 (TDD or RIGHT OF WAY LINE FOR entered in C Case No
A DISTANCE OF 344.21 FEET anfulmwil be entered against you Plaintiff, at a Public Sale, to the highest AFTER THE SALE. 1-800-955-8770(V), via Florido 1112.18 FEET TO A POINT 07-169CA of the Circuit Court
THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DE- for the relief demoned in the v. bidder, for cash, at the North Relay Service. OF CURVATURE OF SAID of the 1ST Judicial Circuit in
GREES 28 MINUTES 44 SEC Compalaint front door of the Santo Rosa If you are a person with a Disa- EASTRIGHT OF WAY UNE and for SANTA ROSA Count - es
ND WEST A DISTANCE OF WITNESS hand and the seal WILLIAM M. MARTIN, etal.,County Courthouse6865 S.W.bities who need any accommo- 081807 THENCE RUN SOUTHEAS- MILTON, Florida I ill 2130 - Farm Animals/
FEET TA NCE OF F T hiS mouy oand and thiss10 lo nona. MroNer . Carolne Street, Milton, Florida daton in order to participate hn 082507 ERLY ON A CURVE CON- the highest and best bidder for /
CAVE TO THET;ORHNC RNfAST0ndnt
0 DGREES 50MIN August,200732570 on September 20, this proceeding you are entied 090107 C E NORTHEAST cash a THE NORTH FRONT
i;i-i OF 5000- THENCE MARY M. JOHNSON Notice is hereby given that, pur- sions of certain assistant please8/905 427 FEET CHORD BEAR- County Courthouse 6865 CAR-
SI TH 89DEREES28Clerk of the Circuit Court sant to a Summar Judgment Any person claiming n contact Susan Land al 6865 ING OF SOUTH 44 DE- LINE STREET, ILTON Flor
miNUitS 44 SECONDS WEST CIRCUIT COURT SEAL entered in the above-styled interest in the surplus Caroline Street Milton FL GREES 47 MINUTES 14 ida, at 11:00 a.m.on the 20 P A
16023 DrMfundsifroomW AY LINS E A FO R U 100 A00 d y o0 5 S ple omber 2007 the fol/
SAID EASTERLY Clerk of Santa Rosa County will er.y owner, as of the date of this document. If you are Notice of Sale GREES 08 MINUTES 20 set forth in said Summary Final 2110 Pets: Free to
RIGHTOF-WAY LINE THENCE PAUL L. CUMMINGS sell the proer situated in f the is Pendens, must hear or Voice impaired call SECONDS FOR AN ARC udgmentto-wits 13 day of AGood Home
RUN NORTH 00 GREES 50 314 Baylen Street SanRosa lo file claim within 60 days 1-800Division558771 Pursuant to Subsection of FL DISTANCE OF 46.97 FEET
MINUTES 36 SECONDS EAST Pensacola Florida 32502 scribed as after the sale. Statute 73 8/ 78 Donna TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF THE SOUTH 30 FEET OF 2120- Pet Supplies
ALONG SAID EASTERLY (850)1432-5850 Dated this 10 day of August, Calazzo, as authorized Title WAY LINE OF CR17TENDEN LOT 6, BLOCK 20, NA- 2130- Farm Animals/
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DIS- Florida Bar No. 17112 Description of Mortgaged Dated: August 9, 2007. 2007. Specialist for Kell Recovery, of DRIVE (PRIVATE 60 FOOT VARRE SUBDIVISION, BE- Supplies
TANE OF 29165 FEET TO Attorney for Pl SantHE Rosa County illse to RIGHT OF TO; THENCE ING A PORTION OF SEC-
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CASE NO.: 07000469CA SECONDS WEST FOR Clerk of the Circuit Court Cocker Spaniel
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 114.23 FEET TO THE CIRCUIT COURT SEAL pupes for sale. Tails
TeSCHE BANK NATIONAL iwi 9LIAMG. DENNISON, THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRT NORTH RIGHT OF WAY By Brandy Norris docFked, wormed, and
DEUTSC AN A I Deceased. CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA LINE OF CRITTENDEN Deputy Clerk shots up to date. Call An
TEE AND CUSTPDIAN A FORU S N T C ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA DRIVE (PRIVATE 60 FOOT
nOUeNDVIEW HOME LOAN NOTICE TO CREDITORS CIVIL ACTION RIGHT OF WAY) AND THE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE gie at 748-5284 or Katie
TRUST 2006-EQ 1BYS 8ON CASE NO.: 07-739 CA POINT OF BEGINNING LY- AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- at 261-3887 if no an-
RUTG SER S IN The administration of the estate DIVISION: ING IN SECTION 3 TOWN- TIES ACT persons with disabili -w leave message.
COcEAS S AT ORNEY IN o f illiam G. DennisonT, Doe SHIP 2 SOUTH RA NGE 27 ties needing a special accom ___- swe celraeu
n.d ay 57-200 -CP-20F8, is Aendlin in COMPANY, rCO n FLORIDA. COURT ADMINISTRATION, Mini Scnauzer
Mv"the Circuit Court for anta ass Plaintiff, the SANTA ROSA County pups CKC $300 home

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dire. ELEC C FRIX; MORT s on, te d ctr i res ad ess of which is vs. KNOWbL T E KNO WOTD 80EN S T E 1800-955-8771 (TD lor
rkeReesd Chidtcare Need screens? METAL ROOFING. HEATHER A. HENDRIX; JOHN *dMulynlicensed to practicein the TO OFNLYGDWCARTELRWESTF NO S ANTAEN TATIONxf o 3333324
Home anpnings now. ir and installati o S E r DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-Stan hOLLY WEST, AND SANTA ROSA PLANTATION, FL 33324
S er crien. d Repaion on SAVE i t KNOWN TENANT S) IN POS- Ia Florida, are set forth be- LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: COUNTY, FLORIDA. 54 in 30 - 233-8000
Frst Ad Certf ed. CallJan at site. Freeestimates. from man acturer. 20 SESSION OF TH SUBJECT 684Yorkie male CKC
994-7812 Call Bill the screen man. colors in stock with all ac-PROPERT, aorersoh en TOGETHER WITH THAT
fEnaTs, cs CrRsT Sice M Hat D and other persons having c lms ETI O O 081807 miniature, black/tan, 9
(850) 637-5611 cessories. Quickturn Deendor demands against decedent's CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- LOCATED THEREON, SE- 082507
around, Delivery Availa - N OF FORECLO- e including un-matured KNOWN weeks old. $500. Call
breund Dl3iverv8 Toila SRENSALCE O FR contingent or un-liquidated - RIAL NUMBERS 08 850626-2996
ble (352)498-0778 Toll SM AEclaims, on whom a copeof this SAMIRA CARTER HCEGAS8266848613A & 850B.26-2996
free (8 88)393-0335 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN notice is served must ile their LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: HCEGA58266848613B.
Cleaning Serv ces www.GulfCoastSupplycom. Reseltin Foreclosure Sale Date TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST RGHTOF you are required to se- trve a
0_41_ dated The 9 day of Auust, PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- CURRENT ADDRESS: of your written defenses
2007, and entered in Case-No- TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE KNOWN ublicaon3dayif aer the first Publisher's Stm Out
RaChiel Phillips 07000469CA of the Circuit DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPYp 1ca e if is on P se r 30 O
Highest Quality R esuts Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuit OFa THIHe ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN Stawi li & Notice ITCHAMACALLITS!
rn n, o NOTICE ON THEM. rski Plaintiff's attorney, Freedom Communica- Sha oo with Hap
"Guaranteed" ences Decks/ Docks in and for Sant Rosa CoU All other creditors of the dece- PARTIES CLAIMING BY whose address is 9119 Coro-
FloridaNinA TS dent and other persons havin THROUGH, UNDER AND re Lake Drive Suite300 tions Inc db Paracide II
Homes, Rentals BANK TRUSTAND or ains AGAINST THE HEREIN T.mp. Florida 3J634, and fil Rosa s Press Gazette andp
Move Outs mBorder to Border COMPANY AS TRUSTEE AN cldam sd incd gNAMEDs INDIVIDUALDE- h oratelk iv Cu fle San sa FSana Bc m . At fm
Affordable Rates e erecDan's Tractor CUSTODIAN FOR decedent' s estate, including N U DE on with this Court ethe Sant Ros Free ln
k wan's SOUNDVIEW HOME LOAN un-matured, contingent or FENDANTfS) WHO ARE ther be. ore service on Plaintiff's Skin Balm 0. At farm
Freene& ecorsRSTOUNDVEWON un-liquidated claims, Munt file NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD attorney or immediately thereat- Press) reserves the right feed stores,
AFfordle Rates Fe nc eWorks TRUST 2006-EQ BY: N their claims with this court OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID ter; oterwise a default will be to censor, reclassify, re- wwwhappyjackinc.com.
20 years experience C n Licensed andnsured MORTGAGE SERVICES, INC. WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY entered against you o w i , b et nort
2t anIu AS ITS ATTORNEY-IN-FACT i THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- CLAIM AN INTEREST AS lief demanded in the Complaint edit or reeo
Licensed & Insured All a nyes o fencin tn BusTh-hoc iree the Plaintiff and HEATHER A. CATION OF THIS NOTICE. SPOUSES HEIRS, DEVI- or petition. e p o e m
C(850623-0327 or stalled and repaired. Removal . ract or HENDRIX; MORTGAGE ELEC- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED SEES, GRANTEES, ORi stand o
cell (50) 393-7276 Specializing in privacy Work Deris Removal TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. OTHE CLAIMANTS ing its standards of ac
fencing and wooden a rTEMS INCORPORATED AS This notice shall be published ceptance. Submission of
Monday-Saturdayonce each week for wo consec- advertisement does not
deckNOMiNEE FOR EQUFIRST The date of the first publication LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- once weeks o t oss
8am-5pm deces. Our hriv Cell: 850-529-8718 CORPORATION; UNKNOWN of this Notice is August 18, KNOWN zette. constitute an agreement Goats for sale.
Dependable SCREWS. Free Estimates. Home:850-623-8697 DRIX- JOHN DOE; JANE DOE C-WITINESS my hand and the seal to publish said adver- 994-1554
5 2 5 3 2 AS UNKNOWN TENANT S Personal Representative: CURRENT ADDRESS: UN of this Courf on this 14 day of tisement. Publication of
Housekeeper IN POSSESSION OF THE SLBP David L RDeesEsuire a August, 2007.
Seeking fenc.com r |wi se tothe, orehdefenantst FL Bar No.: 2.54975 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- Mar M. Johnson not constitute an agree- . ,.
additional clients, bidder for cash at the NORT 30 NSuite lion to foreclose a mortgage on Cler of the Court
Over 15 years35We FRONT STEPS OF COURT- Pensacola, FL 32505 INn fOllon rty in CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
of experience!HOUSE at the Santa Rosa j850) 432-2407 SANTA ROSA ounty, Florida: By: Brandy Norris cation.
ofexperiencsavailbe IAll Steel Buildings. County Courthouse, in MILTON, As Deputy Clerk
upon reuestNational Manufacturer Florida, at 11:00 a.m. onthe THE NORTHEAST CORNER 081807
Call: 994-6236 40x60 to I100x250 Fac- the tolowin? described proR1 8/904 FIRST C OCT A10 082507
tory direct to contractor erIy as set "orth in said DFIRST CORECTED ANT 8/907
orcustome.J e wit: HOLLEY BY THE SEA, PLAT AMERICA'S DRIVING
LOT 6 BAY COLONY, A l8/905 BOOK C, PAGE 166,______DIVNG________
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PAUL NELSON *Mowing28 WEST BEFORE THE ROF S-SECTION OF THE WEST r c sinC-Appliances
PAULHNELSON"MowingPitRStopESANTA ROSAICUNTHE/ENG .U....LINE.OF.THE E .1/2 OF ..... Low F tuition feel Many 3120-fArtsM
DUMP TRUCK *Edging Pit Stop SANTA ROSA COUNTING, THE SOUTHWEST 14 OF INTH.CRCITCUR.O..g-3
FLORIDAACCORDINGTI THE 1ST JUDCAL CIRCUIT payment options310- Ats
SERVICE *Trimming Parts & Services THE PLAT RECORDED IN IN RE: The license to practice .SECTION .3,TOWN THIP.2 IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA C station feel 30 -Auctions
*24 Hour Truck Rental . "Debris Removal 5736 Washington Street, PLAT BOOK D AT PAGE nursing of SOUTH RANGE 27 WEST IN AND FOR SNT, RSA.,r (888)899-591 3140 - Baby Items
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*Brown Dirt 850-791-0861 Offering racing supplies Milton, Florida 32583 NOR THE7
Phone 850-994-4458 temperature pressure EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH CIATION AS TRUSTEE To Show Off Our New 3180 - Computers
Cell 850698-4920 washing. LICENSE NO: "5145407 R-IGHT OF WAY LINE FOR PLAINTIFF . Lifetime Exterior Paint. 3190 - Electronics'
.if we ain't otit.18.49 FEET TO A POINT OF VS- Call Now to see if your 3200 - Firewood
OwnerLOperatorget-t."The Department of Health has CURVATURE OF SAIDBhome qualifies.
we'll get it" filed an Administrative Comi SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY BETH TROYER UNKNOWN .3220- Furniture
ADDITOgNiin st yiuacopyof LINE; THENCE RUN SPOUSE OF BETH TROYER IF 8547. 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
CON Er&Install c:hailliam F Miller Assis- CURVE CONCAVE TO THE KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
TNTMetalc:n meMlConel, ArscSOUTHEAST (R= 1383.59BY THROUGH UNDER, AND 3250 " Good Things to Eat
BuildingRInc..Centli9es 4 ld T D AGAINST tHE HEREIN 3260 - Health & Fitness
R Boat Icvrs, ar- t h tion Services Unit, .4352 Bald FEET CHOR = 10S6.81 NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-O
CRemodeling/Additions aBin#C65, Tala-FEET, CHORD BEARING OF 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
Rn 11aesrb 3( 25hassee Florida 32399-32650 MINUTES 32 SECONDS KNOWIN TO BE DEAD OR 1170 3280- Machinery/
ages tableBse& BnHome CARPORT Ba d aw4EAST) THRU A CENTRAL ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- Equipment
B BCARPORTS Balled Pine S aw If no contact has been made by ANGLE OF 44 DEGREES 54 KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM Dog Found 3290 - Medical Equipment
r you concerning the above by MINUTES 14 SECONDS AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES Female pu� August 8 3300 - Miscellaneous
e t ices in town! September 21 2007 the ma,- FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES0pum
*Sidewalks *All Phases 25 earsexperience galvanize e Call uflrSavee ter of the Administrative Coin 1084.35 FEET- THENCE OR OTHER 'CLAIMANTS- near Hwy 0 & Canal 3310-MusicalInstruments
of Concrete *Concrete Free Cstimates. Licensed Many szes/colos CaL SeeMoey plaint will be presented at a RUN SOUTH 857 DEGREES MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC Street. Please call
Removal Residential & & Insured. Call anytime Financing Available Hwy.687 1o.* Milton ensuing meeting of the Board of 24 MINUTES 21SECOuTH INC.; JOHN DOE ANDSJANE Supplies
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5' Computer desk with
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Lots of storage space.
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For Sale
King Size Mattress/Box
Springs/Frame $300.00
Recliner-$25.00
Glass Top Dinin
Table/4 Chairs $100.00
Wall Unit-$75.00
Desk-$50.00
2 Night Stands-$40.00
Chest of Drawers-$30.00
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8x20= 4495,
8x28=$5395; 10-Ton
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Restaurant/Food Service
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City of Gulf Breeze
FL: Reauires a minimum
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experience. EOE
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please contact Jason
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2000t sq. ft. ware-
house with 2 offices and
tool room. Large parking
area. New A/C and new
roof. 6711 Dixon.
352-384-9936
Milton Commercial of-
fice space. Eight offices.
Over 2,200 sq. ft.
$1,350 per month.
324-8337
Milton Office Space
off Berryhill Street across
from hospital. $350 per
month. Storage space
available. 324-8337

Milton Office Space
on Ste .,il '-.- T200'f ,
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N24-8337


ACROSS
1. Gnathonic one
5. Sell
9. Frontiersman Wyatt
13. Lhasa- (dog
breed)
14. Four-door car
15. Strike replacement
16. Captain's assistant
17. Ransom demanders
19. Org. explored by the
Mossad
20. Shrewd
21. Go higher
22. Yule songs
24. Stickum
26. Type of wave
27. FlapJack-maker's tool
30. Mammonist
31. Come off in chips
32. Model Carol
34. Scrooge's cries
35. Investigate
36. Forever__ day
(2 wds.)
37. Exist
38. Cat calls
39. Completed
40. Helps
42. Aaron Neville, e.g.
43. Egad, e.g.


story nome. z retiree
nurses looking to fill
new suite. Looking for
laIngi time elderly or re-
sio tired person, to enjoy
1 Bedroom. Water and home, creek and ducks.
garbage furnished. Very private, quiet, na-
94-5023 ture abound. Independ-
______________ ent living or little assis-
$215/Mo! 4BR/2BA stance. Private parking.
HUD Home! (%5 down $795.00 + deposit.
20 years @ 8% apr) Call for application
More Homes Available 983-8195 or leave
from $199/Mol For list- message 1 person only.
ings call (800)366-9783
Ext 5669.
Milton


Nice 2/BR 2/BA
Duplex. lyr lease.
$600/mth
$400/security. To see
and ke application
call: 994-9772
Milton
1BD/1BA efficiency
apartment Great for sin-
.1'i ad,.it No pets.
I ',-.. $300dep
623-5697
Milton
2BD/1BA 800+sqft
$625/$625. Pets al-
lowed with pet deposit.
Must have rental history.
Avalon Blvd area. Plenty
of space with bay view.
(850) 554-8138
Milton
FOR RENT
Apartment
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44. Underne
45. Disable
47. Very thin
48. Zero
51. "Say Hey
54. Give ove
55. Highest
56. Gay _
57. Anemic's
58. Ad patre
59. Imitative
60. Christian

DOWN
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tobacco
2. Fall birth
3. Flabberg
4. She fawr
fawn
5. Bridal-sh
merchan
6. Author o
and Hea
7. __Shai
mountain
8. Watson
model
9. Spotted
10. Tops
11. Lightly ci


Pace
2BD/1 BA brick 3-plex
all ceramic tile. Stove,
fridge, dishwasher, laun-
.dry room, grass cutting,
water, garbage included.
Non-smoking
$575/month call
626-2928




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deposit. 623-1975


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years @ 8% apr. For List-
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$199/Mo! 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. Buy,
5/BR $302/Mo! For list-
inqs 800)366-9783 Ext
5 9, ., . *


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


Milton
3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage new tile & car-
pet. Military clause hon-
ored. $975/mth
$900/deposit. Call
850-501-0273


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Adroitness
Stick-in-the-mid
Last
Poems of tribute
Up for __
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Radiates
People with property
Church officer
Graduate degree
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Little child
Pique provoker
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Cats' prey
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Milton
87 North Clean
2BR/1BA Mobile Home.
Water & garbage in-
cluded. No Pets.
$300/deposit.
375/rent.
675-6614
Milton
3/1 Newly remodeled
No pets/No smoking.
Water & lawn care in-
cluded.
$785mo/$600dep
(850)994-7982
Milton
6416 Misty Lake Dr.
3BD/2BA-Afl electric
secluded in town
location. NO PETS
References and lease
required.$825+$600
Sec Dep After 4pm call
850-593-6015
Weekends only call
850-718-6644
Milton
Rent To Own
3 BR/2BA, 2 car gar-
age, 1/2 acre, 1500 sq.
ft. Bad Credit 6K.
$152K, $900 per month.
321-331-6793.



Milton
Roommate wanted to
share 2BD/1BA home.
$400mo/$200dep
includes utilities, wash-
er/dryer and full house
privileges. Leave mes-
sage for Robin at
6 26-4294


Milton


Milton


Share 3BD/2BA home
with CH/A, utilities paid, Well kept, quiet park.
washer & dryer. Please Rent includes water, gar-
call in evenings bage and lawn service.
232-6875 No Pets.
________ 2BR/1 BA for $450/mth,
Call 255-7772
S Milton
6170 2BD/1BA water and


2 BR Front kitchen,
total electric, screened in
porch. East ate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-8973

16X80 3 BR/2 BA.
Total Electric. Dish-
washer, built in sterio,
etc. Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch. 626-8973

Chumuckla
Mobile home for rent
3 bedroom in Chumuckla
area. 994-2877

East Milton
2/1 Mobile Home
on private lot. 4432
Gentry Farm Road Total
E I e c t r i c
$500mo/$250dep
No pets
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Milton


garbage furnished.
$550 per month with a
550 deposit
554-2388 or 983-1725

Milton
2BR/1BA $450/month
$450/security.
Call Don Cumbie Really
626-8959

Milton
BD/2BA mobile home
525mo/$525dep
Don Cumbie Really
Ask for Don
Phone: 626-8959
Cell: 377-6788

MOBILE HOMES for
rent call for pricing and
availability
850-983-1091 or
850-368-7506


North Milton


3BD/2BA doublewide
on 1/2 acre corner lot. 2/BR 1/BA on private
Total Electric New lot. 6521 Hunter Street.
CH/A. No Pets. $525/mth
$750/mth $200/deposit. No Pets.
$500/deposit. Total Elecfric. Bay Crest
3-6232. Realty 994-7918


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7100 - Homes
7110 - Beach Home/
Property
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare






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own land. Modular,
Mobile, & Stilt Homes.
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from $10,0001 Bank
Foreclosures, HUDs Re-
pos and Morel As low as
$199/Mol 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. For List-
ings 800)366-9783 Ext


East Milton
3BR/2BA remodeled
double wide mobile
home on 1 country acre
w/ pool & lake access
$89,900 Call 623-9623
or 418-0783
Milton
16x70 Mobile Home
2BR/2BA, large decks
with aluminum patio
covers, new AC unit and
new galvinized anchors
with tie downs. Very low
price. Must be moved.
623-1660 or 983-6092
Milton
Affordable 3BD/2BA
mobile home on a beauti-
ful lot in Milton. Possible
owner financing.
Call Anni Tompkins
Cardinal Realyi
(850) 637-5611


| 7190
1ST TIME OFFERED
Colorado Mountain
Ranch. 35 ACRES -
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3000sqft 4BD/3BA
home in PACE on 1 acre,
fenced, landscaped. Fire-
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ida room, 2 car garage,
build 10/05. Open
House: Sun-Sat
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denbrook Blvd, 32570
off Hamilton Bridge)
850)776-2583
$5K moves you ini
No bank ualiying.
3/2.5-200 sf-f/p. 2816
Oak Ridge Dr. Gulf
Breeze. (850) 240-3122
www.equity-investors.com
Chumuckla
Home for Sale
3 bedroom home for rent
or for sale. 994-2877

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84,900. 470-9898
Milton
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Pace
Complete Renovations
4467 Pine Villa Circle.
/BR 1.5/BA
$115,000.
50-983-6613


7120
Space for lease. Retail
or office. High traffic
area. 5217 and 5215
Dogwood Drive Holmes
Plaza. Call 623-6184
Milton.




Milton
Lot 1 Acre Carl Booker
Rd East Milton zoned AG
$25,000. Nice Lot High
Dry. Residential or Mo-
bile Home. 623-4976.
Milton
Lot. Residential.
Dogwood Drive.
$15,000.00 623-4976
Pea Ridge
100'xT50' lot in
established subdivision.
Landscaped, fenced on
3 sides 2 blocks off
Hwy 96. $75,000.
Call 995-4542
So/ Central Florida.
Lake Lots Reduced
$100 000 Owner says
"SELL'! 1 to 3 acre lake-
front and lake access
properties in a gated
community with city
water and sewer, paved
roads and underground
utilities. Priced from
$99,900 w/ excellent fi-
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2051. _____


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




84 Chevy
Corvette
White, tops, new tires,
automatic, runs strong.
Great shaoe $6500.
OBO (850)537-8752
or 546-0751

Buick Park Avenue,
1999 V-6, automatic,
every option, dual com-
fort zones, new Michelin
tires, low mileage, mint
condition. White with
grey leather interior.
Great aas mileage.
$6950.00 Private owner
983-2296 or 206-4008
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048
Police Impounds for
Sale! 95 Honda Civic
$699! 92 Nissan Max-
ima $600! For listings
call (800)366-9813 Ext
9271.




1999 Ford F-250 XLT
Lariat Super duty, 7.3
turbo diesel, quad cab
LWB, automatic, all
leather, new tires. Excel-
lent condition. $12,700
Private owner 983-2296
or 206-4008




Take over
Payments!
Ford Freestar
2004
65K mi. AC, power eve-
rything. Red. Serious in-
quiries only, please.
Make Offerll! Call
499-5847


- 8340
84 COACHMAN
33 feet. 454 Chevy, self
contained, 6.5 Onan, 2
a/c runs cood. $5600.
Call 850-537-8660 or
398-7029
2007 Winnebago
Elite 32 ft. Gray and
White. Back-up camera.
1500 miles. Brand New.
Used 4 times. $70,000.
626-1564


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04 KIA SEDONA
#X2709A .....................................$6,495*
04 OLDS ALERO
44K MI..........................................$9,995*
05 FORD FOCUS LX
GREAT MPG.................................$10,450*
03 FORD MUSTANG
31K MILES, #71103 .....................$10,495*
02 DODGE DURANGO
SLT PLUS ....................................$10,995*
06 HYUNDAI ELANTRA
#U5815 ......................................$11,450*
02 GMC YUKON SLT
3RD ROW SEAT...............................$13,985*
03 ACURA RSX
ONE OWNER................................$13,985*
03 GMC YUKON
SLT ..............................................$14,995*
01 CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS
44K MILES, #U5817.......................$14,995*
05 PONTIAC MONTANA
LEATHER, DVD ...............................$15,982*
05 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB
SLT ............................................... $17,995*
04 TOYOTA SOLARA SLE
40K MI........................................$17,995*
06 HONDA CMC EX
11K MI........................................$18,980*
06 HONDA ACCORD EX 2 DR.
19K MI........................................$20,495*
06 HONDA ELEMENT EX-P
21K MI........................................$20,795*
07 NISSAN TITAN CREW CAB
SE PKG.......................................$24,995*
03 GMC 3500 CREW CAB DUALLY DIESEL
#T7115E2 ..................................... 26,750*
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Coastal Georgia
Land LiquidationI 20
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to subdivide. Pay no clos-
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Excellent financing. Call
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Bryson City. $65,000,
$1 3,000 down. Call
owner (800)810-1590.
www.wildcatknob.com.
New Orleans,
Louisiana -
Potential Bed &
Breakfast
in Historic Faubourg
Marigny District. 2 story
home with off street park-
ing, balcony view of
downtown New Orleans
skyline. Stained glass
doors & windows, hard
wood floors. $480,000.
Ask for Greg (504)
460-5408 or email:
glewiscont@hotmail.com
NORRIS LAKEFRONT,
LAFOLLETTE, TENNES-
SEE, New Gated Devel-
opment, Fantastic Views,
Deep Water, Utilities
Boa Launch, Near Golf
Course, One Hour North
of Knoxville,
www.hiddenspingsonnors-
bke.oom
(800)3k2-4225.
So. Colorado Ranch
Sale 35 Acres- $39 900
Spectacular Rocky Moun-
tain Views Year round
access, elec/ tele in-
cluded. Come for the
weekend, stay for a life-
time. Excellent financing
available w/ low down
payment. Call Red Creek
Land Co. today
(866)696-5263 x 2682.
VIRGINIA MOUN-
TAINS Log cabin shell
on 2 private acres near
very wide trout stream in
the Galax area and New
River State Park,
$139 500 owner
(866)789-8535.









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