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Publication Date: August 25, 2007
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Salter accuses Escambia of stealing $65 million


By DUSTY RICKETTS
FLORIDA FREEDOM
Furious at the way they
were treated at a meeting ear-
lier this week, Santa Rosa
County officials have severed
their ties to Escambia County
and the Florida-Alabama
Transportation Planning
Organization.


County commissioners
voted Thursday to file com-
plaints with state and federal
agencies against their coun-
terparts in Escambia and to
drop out of the TPO until the
controversy is resolved over
Santa Rosa losing $65 mil-
lion to widen a stretch of U.S.
Highway 98.


TPO representatives from
Santa Rosa and Escambia
counties have worked for
years to develop a long-range
transportation plan for both
counties.
The TPO on Tuesday was
expected to approve an
amended long-range plan that
the two counties had agreed


on.
But Santa Rosa officials
received word late last week
that Escambia had changed
the plan again to remove sev-
eral projects in Santa Rosa.
Although the TPO is
made up of members from
Santa Rosa and Escambia
counties, the number of posi-


tions each county has is based
on population.
Santa Rosa has seven
members and Escambia has
nine. There is also one repre-
sentative from Alabama.
The new plan was
approved by a vote of 9 to 7.
Changes included remov-
ing the funds to widen U.S. 98


to six lanes and transferring
the money to projects in
Escambia.
"This may not be cheat-
ing, but it's as close to it as
they can get," Santa Rosa
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin said Thursday.
Other commissioners had
See SALTER page 4A


Three bridges 'structurally deficient'

State to release previously restricted reports


FLORIDA FREEDOM
Last week, the Florida
Department of
Transportation reversed its
earlier decision to withhold
all information about the
structural integrity of the
state's bridges.
There are 12 "structural-
ly deficient" state-main-
tained bridges in the 16-
county district-three of in
Santa Rosa County.
All of those bridges are
in the north end of the coun-
ty: Macavis Bayou, White


Gardens

certified as

Wildlife

Habitat

The National Wildlife
Federation announces that
the UF/IFAS Santa Rosa
County Extension Teaching
and Demonstration Gardens
are now recognized as an
official Certified Wildlife
Habitat site.
Florida has the third
most diverse wildlife popula-
tion of any state. But rapid-
ly growing urban develop-
ment particularly in coastal
communities is destroying
native wildlife habitat. As
our communities expand, we
lament the loss of birds and
other wildlife.
Certified Wildlife
Habitat sites attract a variety
of birds, butterflies and other
wildlife while helping to
protect the local environ-
ment. In order to become
certified, a property must
provide the four basic ele-
ments that all wildlife need:
food, water, cover and places
to raise young. It must also
employ sustainable garden-
ing practices or Florida-
friendly landscape tech-
niques.
The Gardens are open to
the public Monday through
Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
They are located at 6263
Dogwood Drive in Milton.


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River and Bass Hole Cove.
There are other "struc-
turally deficient" bridges in
the area, but they are main-
tained by county or city gov-
ernments.
That classification does
not mean these bridges are
unsafe, said Tommie
Speights, spokesman for the
state Department of


Transportation's Northwest
Florida district, which runs
from Escambia County east
to Jefferson County.
"Just because they're
deficient, it doesn't mean
they're on the verge of col-
lapsing," Speights said.
"When you say struc-
turally deficient, that may
mean a crack or it may mean


a guard rail is broken. A lot
of time it's not really major,"
he said.
Before last week's rever-
sal, state officials said releas-
ing details could make
bridges vulnerable to terror-
ism.
During a meeting in
Tallahassee with Senator
See BRIDGES page 4A


Russell Harber Landing may soon


become City's designated dog park


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
Your four-legged furry
best friend may soon get to
be . unleashed at Russell
Harbor Landing Park.
During the August 14
regular session city council
meeting, council members
unanimously voted in favor
of an ordinance that would
allow dogs to be unleashed
at Russell Harber Landing
in the north section of the
park.
The ordinance states no
dogs or other pets shall be
permitted within City Parks
with an exception for dogs


to be permitted within the
Northern section of Russell
Harber Landing Park, if they
are under the direct control
of their owner.
\c. .'Jdi,. to City of
Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson, there have been
plans to build a dog park this
year, and instead of having
to spend the money on
building a dog park, he
hopes the existing park will
serve that purpose.
In March, plans were
discussed to construct a dog
park that included a fenced
open space with trees.
According to Donna


Adams, City Manager for
the City of Milton, a dog
park is still being considered
by the Parks and Recreation
Committee.
I It is not totally out of the
question: one may be built.
Thompson says the dogs
must be under control and as
long as that happens, "I
don't see any problem with
it."
A second reading of the
proposed ordinance will
occur at next month's regu-
lar session meeting.
If approved, dogs would
be allowed starting a named
effective date.


David Morgan (No. 5) follows the lead block of Victor Josey in
Thursday night's 27-13 shootout win over Choctaw. Morgan led
the Panthers with 105 yards and two touchdowns. Football sea-
son will officially get underway next week around the State of
Florida when the games count. Readers can get ready for next
week's kickoff with the Santa Rosa Press Gazette's Football Tab,
which will come out as a supplement of the Aug. 29 edition of
the Press Gazette featuring news, rosters, photos, and so much
more.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Program offers instant tools for learning


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
Instant feedback.
Whether we are at work
or in school, we always want
quick results.
Thanks to Wireless
eSystems in Milton, a suppli-
er of real-time hardware and
software assessment tools,
students can get instant feed-
back using the iRespond
Response System.
Though the system has
its benefits, there are no
immediate plans to utilize it
in Santa Rosa County,
according to officials.
If money were found to
put the system on-line, it
would likely be through
grant.
One of the biggest bene-
fits of the system is it allows
all students to respond to
assessment questions in real-
time, according to company
officials.
Each student is equipped
with a remote that allows
them to key responses to
assessment questions, which
are then transmitted to the
teacher's computer, allowing
the teacher to gain insight
into which students under-
stand the material.
This allows teachers to
address learning breakdowns
as they happen, and mini-
mize the amount of review
necessary for students who
are falling behind.
The program also uses a
pin-login system, which
allows any student to use
with a remote hookup at any
given time.
"Engaging students and


Bill Thompson, President of Wireless eSystems in Milton, points to the grade folder on the display unit that is part of the iRespond
Response Unit. Have originally started in Fort Walton Beach in 2005, Wireless eSystems moved to Milton in December of 2006.
Owned by Larry Cooper, the company goal is to make a difference in education.
Press Gazette photo by Chris McDonnell


empowering teachers
through the use of technolo-
gy takes the guess work out
of student comprehension.
With iRespond's real-time
scoring and reporting capa-
bilities, coupled with
Harcourt Assessment's top
quality assessments monitor-
ing tools, educators at all lev-
els can have the resources
needed to make important
decisions based on a stu-
dent's strengths and weak-


nesses," says Bill Thompson,
President of Wireless
eSystems.
On August 20, Wireless
eSystems and Harcourt
Assessment Incorporated, an
assessment publisher,
announced their partnership.
The iRespond was pilot-
ed at Woodlawn Beach
Middle School in 2002.
David Gunter, now Assistant
Principal at King Middle
who was teaching a technol-


ogy and reading class at
Woodlawn at the time, used
the system in his classroom.
He says the biggest ben-
efit in using the system was
the student interaction.
Not only could he ran-
domly select a student to
answer a question, but he
could also use the program
for a classroom review so
every student could respond.
He says he used the sys-
tem to give students pre-tests


on new content.
He says King Middle
currently has no plans to use
iRespond.
At the end of May last
year, the iRespond System
was approved by the Santa
Rosa County School District
but has yet to be placed in
any of the schools.
"All they have to do is
call me," says Thompson.
According to Tim
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Obituaries


SPEAK



OUT


Wednesday, 1:40 p.m.
My name is Janice V. I
was going north on
Chumuckla Road last
evening and there is a green
light there between Norris
and Chumuckla, and I was
driving a Volkswagon Beatle,
and this person came and just
almost run over me. He was
speeding, and if I hadn't of
stopped, I guess I wouldn't
be here to tell this story. They
need to watch that road.
There's a lot of speeders on
that street by the high school,
but he just run that light
speeding and then whenever
I just happened to stop he
went around a circle and
went back toward Highway
90. I just thought I would
leave this message. If he
reads this, he better slow
down, because he almost
could have killed me. Thank
you.

Wednesday, 2:13 p.m.
Yeah, this is Mike. I
don't know why you decided
to change the typeface in the
classified, but you got the
print so small I can't read
them, and I won't anymore.
Bye.

Wednesday, 2:07 p.m.
Hi, this is Sue. I have a
comment about the Sheriff
and his proposal to put tents
on the property. I say, rather
than put the prisoners in the
tents, perhaps the Sheriff
should consider moving his
office and those of the other
executives at the Sheriffs
department or the adminis-
tration in the tents, thereby
putting up lots of room at the
jail so that we can keep our
county prisoners in the jail in
Santa Rosa County. Thanks.

Wednesday, 8:30 p.m.
Hi, this is Louise. I just
wanted to let you know that I
strongly disagree with
Jimmy on his speak out
against Lynne Hough. I do
not think she is a nuisance in
any way. I think she is an
excellent writer. She covers
the human interest side of the
story, and I think she does
everything in really profes-
sional good taste. So, unless
he was there and saw that she
was being a nuisance, I'd
have to see that myself to
believe it, so keep up the
good work Lynne. Bye.

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


McCranie,
Amber Nicole
Amber Nicole
McCranie, 18, of Milton
passed away on Sunday,
August 19, 2007. Amber
was born in Milton and had
lived in Texas for a number
of years, before moving
back to the Milton area. She
was preceded in death by
grandfathers, Dan Martin
and Ronnie McCranie.
Amber is survived by
her father, Troy (Dara)
McCranie of Vidor, Texas;
her mother, Christine
McCranie of Dallas, Texas;
two brothers, Cory
McCranie and Blake
McCranie of Vidor, Texas;
grandparents, Winfield and
Linda Archer of Pace, and
Rose Martin of Pace; aunts
and uncles, Janet Turner,
Dan Martin, Jr, Anne
Hinson, Clara Modglin and
Jenny Williams; and numer-
ous aunts, uncles, cousins,
relatives and friends.
Funeral Services for
Amber were held at 11 a.m.
on Thursday, August 23,
2007 at the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel in Pace, with
Bro. Charlie Elliott officiat-
ing. Burial followed in the
Elizabeth Chapel Methodist
Church Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home of
Pace directing.


Stranzl,
Lillian
Lillian Stranzl, loving
grandmother, bom July 10,
1919 went to be with the
Lord on August 19, 2007.
Memorial service was
held on August 24, 2007,
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing.

Roebuck,
Dusty Donovan
2007-2007
Baby Dusty Donovan
Roebuck passed away
August 21, 2007.
Dusty was 4 minutes
old, paused only briefly in
this world before moving on
to the next, early Tuesday
morning, August 21, 2007,
in a local hospital.
Dusty is survived by his
mother-Linda Roebuck, of
Milton; his father-Willie
Hayes, of Bagdad; his sister
and brother-Niki and
Timothy Roebuck, of
Milton; maternal grandpar-
ents-Lawrence and Ruth
Roebuck, of Milton; and his
aunts, uncle and cousins.
Funeral services were
held 12 noon, August 24,
2007, graveside at Hickory
Hammock Community
Cemetery with Rev. Jim
Pellizzer officiating.


Miller honored for his


work on armed forces


Washington, DC-
Congressman Jeff Miller (R-
Fl-01) was presented with an
award for his work in support
of defense issues, particular-
ly those related to improving
the well being of enlisted
personnel and their quality of
life. The "L. Mendel Rivers
Award for Excellence" from
the Air Force Sergeants
Association (AFSA) is the
Association's most presti-
gious form of congressional
recognition.
"I am truly humbled to
receive this award and pledge
to continue to work hard for
all of those who have worn
this country's uniform,"
Miller said. "I would like to
thank the AFSA for this
honor. I applaud their efforts
on Capitol Hill and I look
forward to continuing to
work with them on improv-
ing services for our veter-
ans."
The "L. Mendel Rivers
Award for Excellence" is
presented to the legislator the
Association believes is most
deserving of recognition.
Recognition is based on
active participation in mili-
tary and veterans' issues, par-
ticularly those related to
improving the well-being
and quality of life of military
enlisted members, veterans
and their families.
The AFSA was founded
at Boilling AFB, DC, on May


3, 1961. AFSA is an interna-
tional organization dedicated
to speaking out on behalf of
the people behind the stripes
and today, with nearly
130,000 members, AFSA has
led the way on both Capitol
Hill and in the Pentagon and
has earned the recognition
and respect of Washington's
leaders for its sustained role
as the "Voice of the
Enlisted".
Miller's efforts on behalf
of service .members, military
retirees and veterans include
his bill to increase the maxi-
mum coverage on service
members' group life insur-
ance and his pushing through
Congress an increase in the
minimum Survivor Benefit
Plan (SBP) annuity for sur-
viving spouses aged 62 and
older. Miller was also instru-
mental in increasing health
care delivery by getting the
Eglin AFB VA outpatient
clinic and the Pensacola Joint
Ambulatory Care Clinic
(JACC) or "Superclinic"
under construction.
"We have an obligation
to the men and women who
have served and defended
our country," said Miller.
"It is time for us to honor
our commitment to those
who have so proudly served
this great nation and provide
them the care they deserve. A
promise made should be a
promise kept."


Wilson,
Gary Kenneth
1950 - 2007
On August 20, 2007,
Gary Kenneth Wilson of
Lillian, Alabama, began his
eternal life in heaven with
Jesus Christ, our Lord and
Savior.
Gary was bom March
31, 1950, in Pensacola,
Florida. He resided in
numerous places as a mem-
ber of the United States Air
Force. His enjoyable activi-
ties included working, fish-
ing, and cabinet making.
Gary is preceded in
death by his parents, Ruby
and I.D. Wilson.
Gary is survived by his
wife-Joyce; sons-James of
Pikeville, NC, and Russell
of Lillian, AL;
brothers-Dale, Morgan, and
Roland; sister- Linda; three
granddaughters, numerous
cousins, nieces, nephews,
aunts, uncles, and numerous
friends throughout the
United States.
Funeral services were
held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday,
August 24, 2007 at
Pensacola Memorial
Gardens Funeral Home.
Burial was in Barrancas
National Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, Gary
has requested donations to
the family to help offset bur-
ial expenses and due to very
limited space for floral
arrangements at Barrancas
National Cemetery.

Kaplan University
announces grads

The following local stu-
dents were awarded degrees
from Kaplan University dur-
ing a commencement cere-
mony at the Symphony
Center on August 4.
Diana Costello of Milton
was awarded a Bachelor of
Science in
Management/Human
Resource Management
degree Summa Cum Laude.
Diva Goddard of Milton
was awarded a Bachelor of
Science in Criminal Justice
degree.
The commencement cel-
ebrated the achievements of
more than 1,800 graduates.
Dr. Peter Smith, former
Assistant Director General
for Education, United
Nations .Educational,
Scientific, and Cultural
Organization, Paris, France,
served as this year's com-
mencement speaker.

Pace Relay For Life
Steering Committee
The American Cancer
Society's Pace Relay For Life
Steering Committee will meet
Monday, August 27, 2007 at 6
p.m. at Bennett C. Russell
Elementary School, 3740
Excalibur Way, Milton. The
meeting is open to any volun-
teer who would like to help
plan and organize Relay activ-
ities on the following
Committees: Survivor,
Sponsorship, Publicity,
Children's Activities,
Luminaria, Logistics, Team
Recruitment, Team Activities,
Accounting, Ceremonies and
Entertainment. Rocky Leber
will serve as Event Chair and
be contacted at 291-4699 or
lebere@mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.
us for further information.


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
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone (202)
456-1414. Email at:president@whitehouse.gov.
* Vice President Dick Cheney: Office of the Vice President,
White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.,
20500; phone (202) 456-1414.


School Government

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


City Government

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


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Local


Community News Briefs


City Parks &
Recreation
Committee to meet
The City of Milton Parks
and Recreation Committee
will meet on Monday, August
27, 2007 at 8:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. For
further information on the
meeting, contact the City
Manager's Office at 983-5411.
All meetings are open to the
public.

Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board to
meet August 27
The Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet on
Monday, August 27, 2007 at
2:00 p.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. For further
information on the meeting,
contact the City Manager's
Office at 983-5411. All meet-
ings are open to the public.

City Pension Board
to meet August 29
The City of Milton
General Employee Pension
Board will meet on
Wednesday, August 29, 2007,
at 10 a.m. in Conference
Room B at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, FL. For
further information on the
meeting, contact Lori Vann at
983-5411.

Finance Committee
to meet August 30
The City of Milton's
Finance Committee will meet
on Thursday, August 30, 2007
at 2 p.m. in Conference Room
B at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. For further information


on the meeting, contact the
City Manager's Office at 983-
5411.

Pace Relay For Life
Steering Committee
to Meet August 27
The American Cancer
Society's Pace Relay For Life
Steering Committee will meet
Monday, August 27, 2007 at 6
p.m. at Bennett C. Russell
Elementary School, 3740
Excalibur Way, Milton. The
meeting is open to any volun-
teer who would like to help
plan and organize Relay activ-
ities on the following
Committees: Survivor,
Sponsorship, Publicity,
Children's Activities,
Luminaria, Logistics, Team
Recruitment, Team Activities,
Accounting, Ceremonies and
Entertainment. Rocky Leber
will serve as Event Chair and
be contacted at 291-4699 or
lebere@mail.santarosa.kl 2.fl.
us for further information.

Bagdad United
Methodist Church
holds service
Bagdad United Methodist
Church will hold a Praise and
Worship Service Sunday,
August 26, 2007 beginning at
8:30 a.m. at 4540 Forsyth St.
in Bagdad. The speaker will
be Pastor Gary Jones.
For more information call
626-1948.

County Extension
Office sponsors
seminar August 27
The University of Florida,
Okaloosa County Extension
Office and Santa Rosa County
Extension Office are sponsor-


ing a seminar on Nutritional
Requirements, Health
Management and
Management of Horses on
Small Acreages.
The seminar will be held
in Crestview on Monday,
August 27, 2007 from 7 p.m.-
9 p.m. at the Okaloosa County
Extension Office located at
5479 Old Bethel Road and in
Jay on Tuesday, August 28,
2007 from 7 p.m.- 9 p.m. at
the Jay Community Center
located at 5259 Booker
Avenue.
For more information call
(850) 675-6654 for Jay and
(850) 689-5850 for Crestview.

UWF SBDC offers
"Should I Buy a
Franchise?"
Workshop
PENSACOLA, FL-The
University of West Florida
Small Business Development
Center (401 E. Chase Street,
Suite 100, Pensacola) is hold-
ing its "Should I Buy a
Franchise?" workshop on
Tuesday & Thursday morn-
ings, September 4 & 6, 2007
from 9:00 a.m. - Noon.
Discover if you are suited to
be a franchisee; if you have
the traits of a successful fran-
chisee; how to locate and eval-
uate franchise opportunities;
how to evaluate franchise
agreements; how to finance a
franchise; the top low-cost
franchises; and 100 questions
you should ask or answer
before you buy a franchise.
The fee for this 2-day
workshop is $35. Bring a cal-
culator. To register, call (850-
473-7830) or go to our web-
site (www.sbdc.uwf.edu) and


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UWF SBDC
continues Brown-
Bag Lunch series
PENSACOLA, FL-The
University of West Florida
Small Business Development
Center (401 E. Chase Street,
Suite 100) is presenting a
Brown-Bag Lunch on
Wednesday, September 5,
from 12 Noon until 1 p.m.
entitled "How to Manage and
Improve Your Credit Score".
The information on your
credit report has a direct
impact on your credit score.
Your credit score determines
your ability to be approved for
business or personal loans;
loan interest rates; leasing;
insurance rates; and much
more.
Learn strategies and tips
for improving the information
on your credit report, which
will lead to a boost in your
credit score.
The speaker will be Sonya
Akintonde of The SKA
Group.
This seminar is free, how-
ever registration is highly rec-
ommended. Attendees are
encouraged to bring their own
lunch. For further information,
or to register call (850-473-
7830) or go to our website
(www.sbdc.uwf.edu).

Milton High 1966
Class Reunion
Milton High School's
Class of 1966 reunion will be
Saturday, November 10, 2007,
at the Holiday Inn at
University Mall in Pensacola.
Contact Jimmie Hood at 623-
1647 or Sharon (Sessions)
Collum at 623-8125 for details
and classmate information.


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The preferred site is
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bounded by South
Rocheblave Street to the
north, South Galvez Street
to the south, Tulane Avenue
to the west, and Canal Street
to the east, an area that was
flooded after Hurricane
Katrina.
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and the Jefferson Parrish site
is out of the flood plain and
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ulation of Southern
Louisiana.
It makes no sense to put
this facility back in a flood
plain when a suitable alter-
native is available."
Miller contends that vet-
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better served by a facility
elsewhere in Louisiana,
specifically another site
under consideration by the
VA located 4.5 miles away
in Jefferson Parish.
Cost projections for the
large facility have nearly
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SALTER
Continued from page one
harsher words.
Commissioner Don Salter
said Santa Rosa residents have
paid money to the TPO and
expected it to be spent on local
roads.
He said Escambia County
stole the $65 million that had
been earmarked for U.S. 98.
The TPO must conform to
the state's Sunshine Law gov-
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allowed to see and comment
on plans before they are
approved.
Santa Rosa officials will
file complaints with the
United States Attorney
General's Office, the Florida
Department of Transportation,
the Federal Highway
Administration and Gov.
Charlie Crist's office, claiming
that Escambia violated the
Sunshine Law by not showing
the recently approved plans to
the public before or even at
Tuesday's TPO meeting.
This week, Santa Rosa
County officials have severed
their ties to Escambia County
and the Florida-Alabama
Transportation Planning
Organization.
County commissioners
voted Thursday to file com-
plaints with state and federal
agencies against their counter-
parts in Escambia and to drop
out of the TPO until the con-
troversy is resolved over Santa
Rosa losing $65 million to
widen a stretch of U.S.
Highway 98.
TPO representatives from
Santa Rosa and Escambia
counties have worked for


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years to develop a long-range
transportation plan for both
counties.
The TPO on Tuesday was
expected to approve an
amended long-range plan that
the two counties had agreed
on.
But Santa Rosa officials
received word late last week
that Escambia had changed
the plan again to remove sev-
eral projects in Santa Rosa.
Although the TPO is made
up of members from Santa
Rosa and Escambia counties,
the number of positions each
county has is based on popula-
tion.
Santa Rosa has sevenri
members and Escambia has
nine. There is also one repre-
sentative from Alabama.
The new plan was
approved by a vote of 9 to 7.
Changes included removing
the funds to widen U.S. 98 to
six lanes and transferring the
money to projects in
Escambia.
"This may not be cheat-
ing, but it's as close to it as
they can get," Santa Rosa
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin said Thursday.


1-10 Escambia

lane closures

began Friday

Lane closures on east-
bound 1-10, between Exit 13
(Davis Highway) and Exit 17,
(Scenic Highway), have been
scheduled for overnight from
9 p.m. until 5 a.m. beginning
Friday night, August 24, and
running through Monday
morning, August 27, as crews
continue to pave the shoulder
at the old weigh station.
Motorists are reminded to
obey the posted speed limit
and to use caution when trav-
eling through the work
zone. If inclement weather
conditions should occur,
work will take place Monday
night, August 27, and con-
clude Tuesday morning,
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BRIDGES
Continued from page one
Don Gaetz (R-Niceville),
Assistant Secretary Kevin
Thibault agreed to provide
summary information regard-
ing the structural health and
deficiencies of all 11,000
bridges inspected by the DOT
on a website to be posted at
approximately 5:00 pm, EST,
today.
The website is
www.DOT.state.fl.us
Gaetz had objected to the
Department's earlier refusal to
provide information and urged
that the public be informed
about the integrity of the
bridges they use. The Senator
acknowledged that some engi-
neering details should be kept
confidential so that terrorists
or other criminal elements
would not have sensitive
information that might com-
promise security.
"When government agen-
cies try to 'stiff arm' the pub-
lic and the press, some people
will imagine the worst," Gaetz
said. "I applaud Secretary
Stephanie Kopelousos for
working with us to find a com-
mon sense solution that gives
Floridians the information
they're entitled to while pro-
tecting critical security infor-
mation."
"This good decision is a
credit to Governor Crist, who
has committed himself to open
government and has certainly
delivered in this case," the
Senator explained.
.Originally, DOT officials
had relied on a 2002 law
which they said prevented any


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local nonprofits an opportuni-
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could jeopardize their non-
profit status.
The Internal Revenue
Service, in cooperation with
the Better Business Bureau is
hosting a free phone forum on
August 29, 2007 from 11:00-
noon (CST).
Subject matter experts
will discuss:
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RECAP


A look at the

futures market

Soybeans Tumble in Highly
Volatile Week of Trading
Soybean futures tumbled this
week during a highly volatile
week of trading in both equities
and commodities. On Monday,
the November soybean futures
contract touched a high of $8.88
per bushel. By midday Thursday,
the contract has shed some 84
cents to $8.04. This decline of
almost 10% had several causes.
The most striking cause was prob-
ably an exit of speculative traders
who sold their long positions in
order to hold more cash during an
extremely volatile trading period
in global financial markets (a so-
called "flight to safety"). This
selling undoubtedly put soybeans,
along with most other commodi-
ties, under pressure. Along with
this "flight to safety," a sharp rise
in the dollar against the Brazilian
Real may have caused traders to
sell on the belief that a better
exchange rate for Brazilian farm-
ers could entice them to plant
more soybeans this year.
Thursday saw the largest decline
for soybeans as the first relief
from a weeks-long heat wave in
the southern Midwest showed up
in some weather forecasts.
Though not all forecasts called


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public disclosure of bridge
inspections. Gaetz and
Barbara Peterson, chair-
woman of the state's open
government commission, con-
tended that the Department
was misinterpreting the law.
The website available
today will include a list of all
bridges, their features, the
overall structural health of the
bridge, a rating of the bridge's
structural deficiencies, a repair
schedule for the structure, the
last inspection date, and a
schedule for when any neces-
sary repairs will be made,
according to Assistant
Secretary Thibault.
The information will be
provided in plain language
that Floridians can under-
stand, Thibault said. Senator
Gaetz said he appreciated that'
approach, which is consistent
with the Crist administration's
initiative to make government
understandable to citizens.
Members of the public
who want to know more can
request copies of the entire
inspection report for each
bridge. DOT will redact sen-
sitive information about struc-
tural elements and design in
the interests of security.
The reports available
today show that of the 6,300
bridges operated and main-
tained by DOT, 56 are struc-
turally deficient.
Of the approximately
5,000 additional bridges
owned by local governments
or independent authorities but
inspected by DOT, 217 are
deficient.


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Santa Rosa 1nrmier dil :-In a t o ntcr, t in 6'tsi ks
for rain in this area, traders seemed to decide that the forecasts
with rain were more accurate and pushed prices lower by the
exchange-imposed limit of 50 cents at one point. Because soy-
beans in the Midwest have been under heat-related stress for near-
ly two weeks, rain in the near future is vital to prevent further dam-
age. If rains do come this weekend or early next week, further
price weakness could be seen. If these stressed areas remain dry, it
could reverse this fall and push prices higher.
Orange juice futures fell dramatically on Wednesday after a
private forecaster suggested that Florida orange production could
be much higher than previously anticipated. Orange juice prices
have been elevated for several years after crops in Florida were hit
with several hurricanes as well as disease problems. These prob-
lems caused the production for the 2005-2007 growing years to all
come in far below that of the 2004 growing year. Wednesday's
forecast called for production of 198 million boxes this year, com-
pared to around 130 million boxes last year. Previously released
forecasts had estimated Florida's output between 160 and 175 mil-
lion boxes for this year. Orange juice futures reacted very negative-
ly to the news as a large crop would depress prices. Wednesday
saw orange juice futures fall by almost 10 cents per pound, or
about 7.5% on the news.
Crude oil rallied early in the week only to see those gains
erased on Thursday amid a global commodity sell-off. Two tropi-
cal storms were named this week with one of them already in the
Gulf of Mexico. Though Tropical Storm Erin was expected to
make landfall in south Texas early Thursday and pose little threat
to oil production, Tropical Storm Dean was upgraded to a
Hurricane on Thursday. Dean is expected to also miss oil produc-
tion facilities, but is still far enough away for its estimated path to
change significantly. As the U.S. enters the most active part of its
annual hurricane season, traders started to bid up the price of oil
and natural gas. On Thursday, amid widespread selling, crude oil
erased all of its gains on the week and was lower by more than $3
per barrel at one point.


TOOLS
Continued from page one
Wyrosdick, Assistant
Superintendent for
Curriculum and Instruction,
says there are no official
plans on disseminating the
technology but says the pro-
gram is an, "inventive way to
engage the students and an
excellent monitoring tool for
our teachers."
There are three versions
of the program. iRespond-
touch has a touch screen and
is graphics capable. There is
also iRespond-lite and
iRespond-AnyPlace, which
is a web-based version.
The company is current-
ly in research and develop-
ment of the iRespond-ultra-
light, which would possibly
incorporate braile.
Currently, 16 iRespond
lite units costs approximate-
ly $1,529, and 24 iRespond-
lite units costs approximate-
ly $2,081.
The price includes the
remotes, software, base unit,
among other things.
Vickie Beagle, Director
of In-service and
Instructional Technology for
the Santa Rosa County
School District, says that
most schools will write
grants to receive the units.
She also states that the pro-
gram has positives and nega-
tives.
The positives include the
teachers knowing automati-
cally if the material has been
mastered by the students and
that the program doesn't
require bandwidth.
She says, "It is motiva-
iio'ri: for the students
because it's a new way of
l'.arning. Everybody is
answering the question."
Challenges will include
expense and teacher prepara-
tion time to get lessons
ready.


New red light

is activated

A new traffic signal at
West Spencer Field Road
and Norris Road was acti-
vated on Thursday, August
23.
The corner is located
near Pace High School and
has been a challenge for
motorists for years.
County commissioners
voted earlier this year to go
ahead with the light based
on the growth in Pace and
high traffic counts for the
area.
Motorists are reminded
school is in. Use due care.


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Viewpoints


Vol. 100, Number 42


6A Saturday - August 25. 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


Guest Viewpoint




'Good ole' boys'



are back?

By Susan Musser
Milton

This morning in the chambers of the Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners, you, the employees of Santa Rosa County,
were transported back in time to the good old boy way of doing busi-
ness.
Today all of your seniority rights, bumping rights and retention
rights were tossed out the window. Now under the new Human
Resource Rule 79-3, "When it becomes necessary because of budget
reduction, lack of work, lack of funds, program or grant discontinua-
tion, technological replacement or any condition of serious financial
distress that may be determined or declared at any time, the appoint-
ing authority may, proceed to lay off an employee or employees in such
a manner as it deems in the best interest of its operation."
What this means is that you, a county employee, regardless of how
many years you have given to the county, how well you do your job, or
any other factors may be subject to a reduction in force.
Commissioner Gordon Goodin was very pointed in a public budg-
et workshop on July 26, 2007, when he stated that senior employees
should not be able to bump younger andbetter employees. He stated
that younger people tend to have more technological skills and that
keeping an employee based on seniority is wrong.
You may watch the video of this workshop on the Santa Rosa
County website.
When the morning Gripe, Moan and Complain session takes place
please understand that your job may now be in jeopardy. Be extra nice
to your boss and appointing authority because retention is now based
on butt kissing and a popularity contest.
However, please limit your comments around me because I and
one other county employee were the only county employees that were
willing to stand up publicly to this unethical and unfair action taken by
the county commission. Unfortunately, your inaction and silence may
now be the reason you lose your job. At least if I lose mine, I went out
fighting for what was right.
The labor representative for the Fraternal Order of Police, who
does not even represent the civilian employees, found time to come and
fight for you.
To quote Edmund Burke, "All that is necessary for the triumph of
evil is for good men to do no,. 1i'ng."
Well, fellow employees, evil triumphed because all the good men
and women, except three, did nothing.

Editor's note:
At Thursday's County Commission meeting, the commissioners
voted to pass an amendment to Civil Service Resource Rule 79-3, giv-
ing the appointing authority total control to choose who is laid-off.
Apparently this amendment leaves the reasons and cause wide open.
In the face of budget constraints and impending county employ-
ee layoffs, the rule may become an issue as department heads attempt
to stay within commission guidelines in order to meet budget
demands.
County employees with tenure may find themselves replaced by
technologically savy newcomers, a policywhich has left the potential
for favortism unchecked.
Previously protected Civil Service employees are now wide-open
to arbitrary dismissal.
How do you feel about this change?
Let us know.



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Guest Viewpoint


Round three: American healthcare


FM: Hugh Armstrong
Milton

Dear Editor,
Having been out of town, I did
not read Dr. Szmurlo's response to
my letter (Reader Viewpoint Press
Gazette 4 August 07) until the 16th.
It requires a response.
Dr. Szmurlo and I agree there
are problems with American health-
care. He seems to believe the cure is
more of the government bureaucra-
cy responsible for them. He cites
some anecdotal stories (Michael
Moore's propaganda? My observa-
tion that Moore's intellect is as
disheveled as his appearance, still
stands). So the history of U.S.
healthcare is ignored. Let's go back:
In 1947, having been released
from the Navy to the Ready Reserve
after service in WWII, I was work-
ing in Charlotte, North Carolina. My
employer provided a group hospital-
ization plan and we had a family
medical insurance plan, all at rea-
sonable cost.
Feeling sick one morning, we
called our doctor. He came out to
my bedroom, at home, with a little
black bag. He made his examina-
tion, diagnosed the problem, wrote a
prescription, and charged me $5.00.
No government involved.
Later Medicare was conceived
(1965) with a projected annual cost
of $10 billion, which rose to $244
billion by 2004. In 1976, as a retired
Naval Officer in Knoxville, TN.,
under Champus, the military coun-
terpart to Medicare, I surveyed a
good sampling of local doctors to
determine whether they accepted


government rates-all had set their fees
higher.
These programs, it turns out, are an
invitation to "work" the system.
Providers with higher fees accept the
lower government set rates. When gov-
ernment raises those rates, based on
what it sees as inflation, caregivers raise
their prices to keep up the pressure. The
medical community claims the ever
higher prices are a result of costlier mal-
practice insurance, so they drive up
American's supplementary insurance
costs that cannot be passed on.
A friend summed up another prob-
lem, unfortunately a quite widespread
practice. He told me that his doctor's son
explained that the "name of the game"
was to see as many patients as possible.
Here's how it works: a doctor makes his
hospital rounds in the mornings, for
which he charges each patient. He has
issued appointments to his outpatients
for some morning hour. A patient arriv-
ing at a full waiting room discovers they
all have appointments for the same hour.
Doc then works off his patients like
stacked cordwood. His patients have
thus become a commodity, used to main-
tain a steady cranking out of charges to
the deep pockets of Uncle Sugar.
In 1975, an average office visit was
$17.00. In 1992, seeking a second opin-
ion I got 12 minutes of pleasant conver-
sation, no concrete advice, and a bill for
$96.00.
Some years ago, The Navy proposed
to set up a Medical Academy at
Bethesda Naval Hospital in order to pro-
duce more Naval Doctors. Immediately,
the President of the AMA declared that
"we have enough doctors," set his lobby-
ists to work, and Congress nixed the
plan- the AMA had proved its worth as a


powerful union.
Pharmaceutical companies are tak-
ing a lot of heat for their high prices.
But consider this: A company spends
millions on research and development
to patent a drug. They're given a period
of exclusivity for their patent (by the
bureaucracy) and must compress their
cost recovery to that period in order to
be able to sell it at a profit in competi-
tion once exclusivity expires.
Presidential candidate Edwards is offer-
ing a plan that will weaken patent pro-
tection here.
These are some of the problems
with American healthcare that must be
resolved, many involve ethics. I can
guarantee Dr. Szmurlo they won't be
solved by the bureaucracy that created
them.
The good doctor cites life expectan-
cy statistics. He may not have noticed
that the difference between the U.S. and
Britain, and some others, is statistically
insignificant and those countries like
Sweden and Switzerland, bettering the
U.S. do not engage in wars, do not have
the large influx of immigrants, legal and
illegal, from parts of the world with
high levels of diseases, as does the U.S.
Population numbers also weight in.
Considering these underlying factors,
U.S. figures are remarkably good.
Despite its flaws, U.S. healthcare is
still the world's best. The "free" sys-
tems of Canada, Cuba, or Britain with
their documented, scarce appointments
and long waits won't solve anything.
You bet, healthcare delayed is health-
care denied. But gee, theirs is all "free."
The political satirist P.J. O'Rourke
wrote; "If you think our medical costs
are high now, just wait until they
become 'free'."


Your Viewpoint


FM: Obie Crain
(ocrain@srpressgazette.com)

TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND
COLLEAGUES AT THE PRESS
GAZETTE:

I was humbly "touched" by all
the good things everybody had to
say to my back on the birthday card
.that I just simply couldn't wait until
my birthday to open. I especially
loved the way everyone character-
izes my conceited nature.
But I forgive you all. Comes the
day that I'm up there (as an intern)
assisting St. Peter at the Pearly
Gates deciding who can come in
and who can't, I'll do my utmost to
slip all of you in when He's not
looking!
You must know you're my
favorite "gang." What would I do up
in Heaven if you all weren't there,
too!

Speak Out


necessary.


A loved one of mine has been
incarcerated at the Santa Rosa
County Jail for three weeks. One of
my main concerns is not on ly a lack
of air conditioning which creates
serious health issues, but there is
also an inmate with the AIDS virus
and a staph infection.
This was brought to my atten-
tion during my last visit last week.
This is a great concern because the
inmate is not due for another court
date until January 2008.
I have brought this to the atten-
tion of the medical staff in the facil-
ity and they said they would investi-
gate it.
(In the four days since this was
received, the caller notified the
Press Gazette the ill inmate has.been
moved.)

Speak Out

In the August 22nd issue of
Speak Out Debbie expressed a con-
cern that Central High School stu-
dents could not qualify for the


Bright Futures Scholarship pro-
gram funded by the Florida lot-
tery since Spanish -was not
taught at CHS.
Students from Central par-
ticipate fully in the Bright
Futures program. Each year
many students receive these
scholarships.
Debbie was correct that
Spanish is not taught, however
Central provides instruction in
American Sign Language, which
is recognized by the state of
Florida as a foreign language.
Debbie might want to verify the
accuracy of this information by
visiting these websites:
w w w . Facts . o r g
www.Floridastudentfinancialaid.
org.
She also needs to call the
office of Johnny Rogers, Supt.
Schools,to request they provide
her with the number of Central
High School graduates who have
received Bright Futures
Scholarships.














Community________


New books donated to public library

by the Milton Amateur Radio Club


The Milton Amateur
Radio Club, which meets
monthly at the Milton
Public Library, has present-
ed $200.00 worth of new
books about Amateur Radio
to the library.
The club also presented
a check for another $200.00
to help the library with serv-
ices to its patrons.
The books, from the
American Radio Relay
League, cover the Amateur
Radio hobby from its gener-
al Handbook to satellite
communications.
Construction projects
including antennas for all
bands and even radios are
included.
For those planning to
get their radio licenses there


are study books for the vari-
ous levels. The club also
administers license exams
periodically.
The books are written in
clear and understandable
language by some of the
most knowledgeable writers
in their fields, including sci-
entists and engineers-all
Amateur Radio enthusiasts.
Since the Federal
Communications
Commission has eliminated
Morse Code as a require-
ment for the license, there
has been a great resurgence
in interest in Amateur
Radio.
The Milton club is team-
ing up with the library to
accommodate that interest
by making this material


available to all wishing to
look into the hobby. The aim
is to encourage young and
old to learn about a fraterni-
ty that has given us such
inventions as the super-
heterodyne radio, FM radio,
the principles of cell phones,
and more.
Interested readers will
learn how they can serve in
all manners of emergency
events, or just experience
the pleasure and joy of com-
municating with people
around the world who share
a common interest, or even
experiment with new and
innovative projects.
Depending upon suc-
cess of this program, the
club hopes to expand it to
other libraries.


Milton amateur Radio Club President Tom Manning presents a check for $200 to Gwen
Wilson, Milton Branch Library Manager while Linda Hendrix, Santa Rosa County Library
Director, looks on. The check was in addition to a presentation of $200 worth of books about
Amateur Radio to accommodate a resurgence of interest in the hobby.






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son-in-law, friend & businessman!

We all love you and wanted to say

you are now officially

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Amy Tomlinson, a daugh-
ter, ELIZABETH ANN TOM-
LINSON, born Thursday, July
26, 2007.
Alisha Franklin and Justin
Franklin, a son, JOSEPH
LUKE FRANKLIN, born
Friday, July 27, 2007.
Andrea Tompkins and
Jason Tompkins, a daughter,
KYLA GRACE TOMP-
KINS, born Friday, July 27,
2007.
Caylee Evans and Marcus
Montalbano, a daughter,
BAYLEE ELIZABETH
MONTALBANO, born
Monday, July 30, 2007.
Rachel Harper and
Christopher' King, a son,
KAMRON JOSEPH KING,
born Monday, July 30, 2007.
Terri Hampton and
Andrew Hampton, a son,
ADIN KELLACH HAMP-
TON, born Tuesday, July 31,
2007.
Stephanie Simmons, a


son, IZZICK MATHEW SIM-
MONS, born Wednesday,
August 1, 2007.
Teri Lantz and Scott Gray,
a daughter, NEELY LYNN
GRAY, born Wednesday,
August 1, 2007.
Shondra Hattaway and
Jamey Hattaway, a son,
MICHAEL DEAN HATT-
AWAY, born Friday, August 3,
2007.
Rhonda Harper and
Shannon Harper, a son,
KAIDEN DEAN HARPER,
born Friday, August 3, 2007.
Marcia Preston and Shay
Rymer, a daughter,
ADDIELEE RYMER, born
Friday, August 3, 2007.
Kristal Smith and Justin
Campbell, a daughter,
KAYLEIGHIA GRACE
CAMPBELL, born Monday,
August 6. 2007.
Kimberly Hart, a daugh-
ter, ALYSSA GRACE HART,
born Monday, August 6, 2007.


Jennifer Weidman and
Christopher Sutton, a daugh-
ter, JESSIE MICHELA SUT-
TON, born Monday, August 6,
2007.
Michele Murray and Joe
Brouhard, a son, JOHN LEE
WYATT BROUHARD, born
Tuesday, August 7, 2007.
Jordan Tomasek and Jason
Burch, a son, JACKSON
OWEN BURCH, born
Wednesday, August 8, 2007.
Shawna Conway and
Justin Cox, a daughter,
HOLLY RENAY COX, born
Thursday, August 9, 2007.
Stephanie Howard and
Robert Howard, a son, IAN
ALEXANDER HOWARD,
born Monday, August 13,
2007.
Sandra Moyer and
Anthony Moyer, a son,
DARIEN WALTER MOYER,
born Wednesday, August 15,
2007.


Willis S. Williams and his daughter, Brittany Williams, visited the .Mayor of Milton, Guy
Thompson, Thursday for a ceremony to honor Willis. The Milton resident is credited with saving
the life of Donald Paulk, the man whose motorcycle fell on him following a crash. As gasoline
leaked onto Paulk, Williams lifted the 2007 Harley and threw it from atop the injured man. As he
attempted to move Paulk from the spilled gasoline, a fire erupted, catching both men ablaze.
Williams managed to get his own fire out and ripped a burning leather jacket from Paulk, who
also suffered a head injury and was immobile. Once the jacket was off, Williams used his own
body to put out the fire on Paulk. A neighbor grabbed a garden hose, doused both men and put
out the motorcycle fire. Paulk suffered second and third degree burns over his arms, back, and
chest, his rescuer received burns to the hands. Williams was given the Key to the City and a com-
mendation for his heroic actions.


Santa Rosa Medical Center Births


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Page 7-A


Saturday-August 25, 2007











Page 8-A .A


Church -Directory

AFRICAN METHODIST 5621 Hwy 90, Milton -Susan St. ChurofChrist
EPISCOPAL ZION -Fil Am Baptist Church 600 Susan St. Milton
Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church 5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton -West Milton Church of Christ
5038 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, )n ATT:-...... n .--


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
BAPTIST
-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-East Side Baptist -
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Faith Baptist
6423 Hamilton Bridge Rd, Milton
-First Baptist of Harold
10585 Goodrange Drive, Milton
-Liberty 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


J3U ruighway 9u, race
-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


I The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Saturday-August 29, 2007


'Atencdtfe church of your

INDEPENDENT choice this Sunday!
-Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton 4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton PRESBYTERIAN - PCA
-Church of the Living God -Westminster Presbyterian Church PCA
INTERDENOMINATIONAL 3375 Garcon Pt. Milton 6659 Park Avenue, Milton


-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 Chumucklda 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)


A First United Methodist
Church of Milton

. 6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

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

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!


Covenant Church of God
4645 School Lane Pace, FL 32571
1 Behind CiCi's Pizza in Pace
850-994-1273
www.covenantcog.org
Senior Pastor, Benny Turnamer
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


Hickory 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 * 6."
Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama * Chil


Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


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


fitted to excellence as we serve Jesus.
grow with us!



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* ^,,* .' rno,,rrjmm-j p .:.'
dren & Youth Ministries and lots m6de!


994-4310


www.PaceCommunityChurch.com


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

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


Ronnie Christian
Pastor


-New Testament Church
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
-Shepherd House Ministries
5739 N. Stewart St., Milton
-Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart St., Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
PENTECOSTAL
-Gospel Lighthouse Church
10001 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-United Pentecostal
Church of Berrydale
7580 Hwy. 4, Jay
PENTECOSTAL - HOLINESS
-Mount Zion Pentecostal Holiness
Church
5532 Osceola St., Milton
-Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness
Church
2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
-New Vision Worship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton
-Roeville Holiness Church
Munson Hwy., Milton
-Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy 164)
Jay, FL 32565


PRESBYTERIAN - 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


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

"MEN AND BRE T HR E N. \\ H \T SHALL WE DO?'"ACTS 2:37 -41
"Save yourselves from this untoward generation."
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Peanut Festival news


As most of you know,
the 18th Annual Peanut
Festival will again be part of
the Beaches to Woodlands
Tour. It will be the first
October weekend event;
October 6 & 7, 2007.
The Peanut Festival will
be held on the Gabbert
Farm, located 4 1/2 miles
south of Jay, Florida, off
Highway 89, at 3604 Pine
Level Church Road.
This is a nonprofit festi-
val. The admission is free,
as is the parking. It is held
each year on the Gabbert
Farm in memory of Melissa


Caroline Gabbert, daughter
of Gene and Brenda Gabbert,
who passed away of compli-
cations of cancer at the age
of nineteen.
The festival features the
peanuts grown by Santa
Rosa County farmers. There
will be peanuts sold: green,
boiled, roasted, fried, and
candied.
Besides all the regular
activities, and such, there
will be a new event this year.
The Dixie Darters Drill
Team will be performing
with their horses. So, come
on out to the Peanut Festival,


horse lovers, and see the
"hottest equestrian team" in
the Panhandle!
We will have a lot of
new arts, crafters, etc. this
year, along with a lot more
foods, beverages, desserts,
and activities.
And, don't forget, the
Pet Dress-up Parade and
Contest Sunday afternoon at
2 p.m. There will be cash
prizes.
For more information on
the Peanut Festival, arts,
crafts, food, entertainment,
spaces, please call 850-675-
6823.


2007 Navarre Beach Fall


Festival of the Arts


Proposed Schedule of
Events:
Friday, October 12
Noon to 6 pm. set up of
the festival site and artist's
booths.
Starting promptly at 7
p.m., the stage will light up
and the music will beat out
popular Latin Music. DJ
Vasco Milord of Fuzion
Night Club on Okaloosa
Island, keeps the night danc-
ing. Salsa dancers from the
dance studio in Fort Walton
Beach will do performances
to get everyone dancing.
DJ music is from 7 p.m:
to 10 p.m. or later. Adding
band, "Island Brothers" and
Panamanian Folkloric dance
group.
Saturday, October 13,
Festival Hours 10 a.m. to 10
p.m.
Artist booths open at 10
a.m. and close at 6 p.m.
Food and drink are avail-
able from 10 to 10, based on
the vendor's preferences.
Kids Activity area open
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Art
Activities for children will be


taught) Sidewalk Art for
Children organized by Kelly
Igo.
Local entertainment
including: dancing by folk-
loric groups, the modern
dance troop from Niceville,
magic show, school chorus
groups, church choir per-
formance groups, martial
arts demos - will start at
noon, and go from noon to 5
p.m. or 6 p.m.
Local high school band
led by Kathy Lyons' son per-
forms in the afternoon.
"Island Brothers" per-
form Buffet music and beach
tunes.
"Parrotheads" Band
music from 8 - 10 p.m.
Sunday, October 14,
Festival Hours are 10 a.m. to
5 p.m.
Artist booths open at 10
a.m. and close at 5 p.m.
Food vendor's open 10
a.m. - 5 p.m..
Kids Activity area open
10 a.m. - 3p.m.
' We have three "Blues"
bands performing, so that
this afternoon will be called


"Blues on the Beach."
People can bring chairs and
stay all day.
Breaks in the band's per-
formance will be filled by
local groups and local
demonstrations.
GNBAA is making a
concerted effort for the 2007
Arts Festival to involve
viewing and participation in
many forms of the arts,
including:
Visual arts - paintings,
drawings, pastels; pottery &
sculpture; Mixed media;
Jewelry and metal work; gar-
den artifacts and plants;
Music of many kinds; Dance
performances; Singing and
Theater.
We are seeking enter-
tainment - suggestions on
bands or musicians you like,
food and drink - local food
vendors who may be inter-
ested in being at the festival
and sponsors for stage,
lights, power, printing, etc.
Any amount welcomed.
GO TO: www.gnbaa.org
for applications and informa-
tion.


SRC Farm

Bureau

Annual

Meeting

The Santa Rosa County
Farm Bureau, Jay, will be
holding their Annual
Meeting for its members on
Thursday, September 6,
2007, at 6 p.m. at the Jay
Community Center, 5259
Booker Street, Jay, Florida
32565.
There will be a dinner,
election of officers, business
meeting, and door prizes.
There will be a Best
Dessert Contest for those
who wish to enter. There will
be money prizes for the top
winners. These desserts will
be enjoyed after dinner.
Farm Bureau asks that
you RSVP before 8-31-07 by
calling 850-675-4572, so
that dinner arrangements can
be made.


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Public Hearing Dates Rescheduled


The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners voted to reschedule the public
hearings for MSBUs and the fiscal year 2007-08 budget. The change is due to the delay of the
state certifying the county's property tax rolls which caused a delay in the mailing of the Notice
of Proposed Property Taxes, also known as the TRIM "Truth-in-Millage" notice, by the county
property appraiser's office. As set by state law, public budget hearings can not be held until 10
days after the notice is mailed to residents. The new schedule is:

* 6 p.m., Monday, September 10- First Public Hearing on FY 07-08 Budget
* 6 p.m., Tuesday, September 11- Municipal Service Benefit Units Public Hearing Rate
Public Hearing
* 6 p.m., Monday, September 24- Final Public Hearing on FY 07-08 Budget

All meetings will be held in the Commission Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton.
The public is encouraged to attend each meeting.
The delay in certification of the county's tax roll was due to the property appraiser assess-
ment of area properties at 20 percent below market value. Values greater than 15 percent below
market are not allowed by the state. Florida's Department of Revenue certified the tax rolls after
the property appraiser met with officials in Tallahassee.
The Notice of Proposed Property Taxes enables the taxpayer to compare the prior year
assessed value and taxes with the present year assessed value and proposed taxes. It also lets tax-
payers compare the amount of taxes if there is no budget change for the upcoming year. The
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August 25, 2007
Section B


A change of address


Sl Jones is just one area star looking to holiday weekend


Former Pace standout Anthony Jones has found a new home fur-
ther north in Alabama as he has left Troy University and will play
for Division 1-AA Jacksonville State.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
The last time Anthony
Jones was on the football field
he was celebrating a New
Orleans Bowl victory with the
Troy Trojans.
Now the former Pace run-
ning back is celebrating a new
start and opportunity at
Jacksonville State University.
Jones, who was the third
leading rusher for the Trojans
with 276 yards on 52 carries,
was looking for a chance to
carry the football.
"As a running back you
want to run the ball," said
Jones, who has 182 yards on
29 carries in three scrimmage
games. "That was a big factor
in my decision.
"I talked to Jacksonville
State during my senior year in


high school and I feel this
move has truly been a blessing
for me as a football player."
Jack Crowe, who is in his
eighth year with the
Gamecocks, is pleased with
what he sees from Jones after
transferring in to play for the
team picked to finish second
in the Ohio Valley
Conference.
"Anthony played in a sys-
tem last year (at Troy) that is
different from what we run,
but he continues to get better
and better," said Crow. "Good
running backs turn a two-yard
run into a four-yard run and a
four-yard run into a six-yard
run."
For Jones there was no bad
blood as he left Troy, but it still
hurts him some personally.
"It hurt me the most to


have to leave," said Jones.
"There is no bad blood and I
still talk to some of the friends
I made there.
"I accomplished a lot
while I was there and feel like
I have a few things to show for
it."
One of those items he has
from his two years at Troy is
the ring for winning the New
Orleans Bowl back on Dec. 22.
In that game Jones gained
18 yards on five carries and
pulled in one pass late for a
20-yard gain as the Trojans
defeated Rice 41-17.
"I have something to show
for it all," laughed Jones. "I
have the ring, which I will
wear every once in awhile."
Now Jones is excited
about the opportunity ahead
with the Gamecocks, who will


start their season on Sept. 1
outside of Montgomery when
they visit Alabama State.
Jones is expected to see a
good deal of action in this
game.
"This is not about me,"
said Jones. "It doesn't matter
to me if the plays come or not.
Our goal is to win the Ohio
Valley Conference and go on
to the National Championship.
"I want to do what it takes
to help the team get the wins
by the end of the game."
With Jones talking about
wins and the team it sounds
like he is still influenced by
his former high school coach
Mickey Lindsey, who also
played football for Coach Jack
Crowe.
"Coach Lindsey means a
See, JONES, Page 3B


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Tuesday
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.colm
School is underway and
on Tuesday will see the start
of the high school volleyball
season.
Milton and Pace will be
participating in the preseason
volleyball tournament at Gulf
Breeze High School.
Pace, who finished last
season 6-13, will be under the
direction of first year coach
Jodi Goetz.
Goetz took over the pro-
gram from Coach Jenny
Condon, who will be focusing
her energies on the Pace varsi-
ty girls basketball team.
Pace will start their regu-
lar season on the road Tuesday
when they visit Pensacola
Catholic with the varsity set to
take the floor around 7 p.m.
While Pace is under the
direction of a new coach, Lori
Erickson is entering her third
year at the helm of the Lady
Panthers who are coming off
an 8-14 year.
The Lady Panthers were
more competitive in all of their
matches and are looking to
continue that wave despite
graduating 10 seniors last year.
"We have four varsity
players returning this season
who we are expecting big
things from," said Erickson.
Hannah Brooks, Allison
Baker, Alina Ard, and Caleigh
Drinkard are returning and
will be trying to fill the roles
vacated by Jessica Rushing
and Liz Steadman, who were
key losses from last years ros-
ter.
Milton will tip off their
regular season on the road as
well when they head east
along Highway 90 to
Crestview for a 6 p.m. match.
In Allentown, Central was
the only area team to post a
winning mark last season as
the Lady Jags went 13-7 for
Coach Scott Campbell.
They will tip off their
2007 season at home at 6 p.m.
when they host W.S. Neal.
Central will depend on
Haley Kimbrough and Ashton
Melvin, who are the Lady Jags
two key returnees.
"Ashton will be setting for
us this year and Haley will be
our go to player on the offen-
sive side of the floor," said
Campbell. "It will be very dif-
ficult to replace Channing
Morgan and Krista Atkinson
because we depended on them
so much for our offense and
See, VOLLEY, Page 3B


Rudy Richards is not only a local gym owner, but from the collection of statues in front of him a
rather successful bodybuilder nationally. Richards, who is the owner of EXCL Fitness, placed sixth in
the USA Nationals held a couple of weeks back in Las Vegas.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


The house Rudy built


N Bodybuilder powers the competition


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton's Rudy Richards
is quite a physical specimen
and he is quite a success
when it comes to the world of
competitive bodybuilding.
Richards recently fin-
ished sixth at the USA
Nationals earlier this month
in Las Vegas as he competed
in the Super Heavyweight
Division, for competitors
over 225 pounds.
So how does someone get
interested in becoming a
bodybuilder?
"I actually got interested
when I was younger by
watching the wrestlers on
TV," said Richards, who has
been competing for nine
years now. "As a kid I was
fascinated by those who had
big muscles."
Now it is Richards, 32,
who sports the big muscles
including a 21-and-a-half-


inch bicep and 58 inch chest.
So how does Richards
maintain such massive mus-
cles?
"The maximum I work
any body part is two times a
week depending on the inten-
sity," said Richards who
moved to Milton last October
from New York when he pur-
chased EXCL Fitness on
Highway 90. "The more
intense the workout the more
rest that body part needs."
He also stressed the big-
ger the muscle the more
intense work it needs.
So how does he keep his
body ready for a competition?
"I might train a little
more, but I also train consis-
tently," said Richards who
will focus on one part of the
body a day. "I also get stricter
on my diet for training.
"I will eat a lot of high
protein meals and lower my
carbs, but when I eat carbs


they are good carbs."
The good carbs are com-
plex simple carbs like brown
rice, oatmeal, sweet potatoes,
and veggies. Most of the pro-
tein intake when Richards is
watching his diet comes from
chicken and fish, but on
occasion he will eat some
beef.
So what led this Jamacian
born bodybuilder to Milton?
"I was wanting some-
thing different," said
Richards. "I was raised in
New York, but I wanted to
see what was outside of New
York and decided on Milton."
The hardest part for
Richards is separating work
from the sport he loves.
"Because I own the gym I
am always working," said
Richards. "It is hard not to
answer questions while I am
working out.
"The only negative is
See, RUDY, Page 3B












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Ricky Rudd stood under
the lift gate of his No. 88 hauler
Sunday morning at Michigan
International Speedway, wear-
ing a raincoat buttoned tightly
around his collar, answering
questions about his decision to
retire at the end of the season.
In 14 more races, which
will give Rudd a total of 911
career starts, second only to
Richard Petty's 1,184, the pride
of the Tidewater will hang up
his helmet as a full-time driver.
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both ends, from the youngest


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Driver Dave Blaney
Owner Bill Davis
Points: 1745
Points out of 34th: 24
Points ahead of 36th: 55
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty
35 Bill Davis
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Jay Frey


guy's perspective and now
after all these years, of being
one of the older guys."
How long has Ricky Rudd
been driving? In Rudd's debut,
the 1975 Carolina 500 at
Rockingham, Richard Petty
finished third and Coo Coo
Marlin was 26th. Rudd is now
racing against those two driv-
ers' sons.
Rudd had two wins at
Riverside International
Raceway, which is now a
shopping mall -- and two top-
10s at the Ontario Motor
Speedway, just a few miles
from the current track in
Fontana. In all, Rudd has
starts at six tracks no longer
on the schedule.
He drove against Richard
Childress, then for him. In
fact, Rudd related a story that
dealt with one of NASCAR's
most famous numerals.
"He got the 3 from my
dad," Rudd said. "We actually
had the No. 3 when we bought
our first racecar in '75 or '76. It
came with the No. 3 on it. At
the time, it hadn't been a pop-
ular number for a lot of peo-
ple. During the winter,
Richard Childress calls up and
he wants the number, to
switch from 96 to 3. A lot of
people don't realize we had the
number before he did."


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


Points
1805
1769
1745
1690
1560
1547


Bristol gets major facelift


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette .com
If I remember my racing
history correctly it was Dick
Trickle who stated racing a
stock car on a short track is
like flying a jet fighter in a
gymnasium.
Of the short tracks on the
NEXTEL Cup Circuit the
most noted one is Bristol
Motor Speedway, which
opened back in 1960 and now
boasts a seating capacity of
160,000.
The high banking and
tight confines of the racing
surface have led to many
interesting encounters
between drivers and signifi-
cant events that have led to
more than just a few overheat-
ed race cars.
A rarity in the world of
stock car racing is the fact that
Charlie Glotzbach still holds
the track race record when he
covered the 500 lap event on
July 11, 1971, in two hours 38
minutes and 12 seconds,
which translates to a speed of
101.074 mph. Last years win-
ner Matt Kenseth finished the
race in a tick under three hours
leading to an average speed of
90.025 miles per hour.
Now just like any star,
Bristol Motor Speedway has
gone through a face lift that
would challenge some of the
work done upon stars like
Michael Jackson or Cher.
Since Bruton Smith and
Speedway Motorsports, Inc.
purchased Bristol in 1996
they have spent in excess of
$50 million dollars.
This Saturday night the
NEXTEL Cup drivers will
compete on new concrete as
the original concrete surface
poured back in 1992 has been
replaced.
The only time concrete
has not been the surface at
Bristol was in 2000 and 2001
when the track was temporari-
ly converted to a dirt track to
host the World of Outlaws
Channellock Challenge.
To accomplish this task
they moved in 8,000 cubic feet
of red clay and 700 cubic
yards of sawdust to cover the
concrete surface.


2006 Pole Winner
Kurt Busch - 124.906 mph
2006 Race Winner
Matt Kenseth - 90.025 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Ryan Newman - 128.709 mph
(2003)
Track Race Record
Charlie Glotzbach - 101.074
mph (1971)


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Driver Behind
1. Jeff Gordon Leader
2. Denny Hamlin -276
3. Matt Kenseth -354
4. Tony Stewart -398
5. Carl Edwards -501
6. Jimmie Johnson -512
7. Jeff Burton -544
8. Kyle Busch -590
9. Clint Bowyer -692
10. Kevin Harvick -698


Bristol Motor Speedway, which has undergone over $50 million dollars in improvements since being
purchased by Bruton Smith in the 1990's will have a different look as a major improvement project
was recently completed to replace the concrete track surface for the first time in the tracks history.


This Saturday night, Matt
Kenseth will be looking to
duplicate a feat previously
accomplished only by Darrell
Waltrip, which is winning
three consecutive night races
on the half-mile high bank.
Waltrip finished his career as
the all-time wins leader with
12 and has the only section of
the tracked named after him
where there will be no alcohol
consumption.
The only other driver to
come close to this was the late
Dale Earnhardt who won
back-to-back races in 1987
and 88 to account for two of
his nine wins.
There is a lot of excite-
ment ahead for this weekend's
Sharpie 500, but just what was
involved in the project.
According to a Bristol
Motor Speedway the multi-
million dollar project has
involved:
C3 3,000 cubic yard of
concrete for the top layer of
the surface i
C3 More than 20,000 cubic
yard of concrete required for
the project, including the sub-
surface, walls, etch.


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36�


El More than 650 tons of
rebar were needed to complete
the project, which is the equiv-
alent of 382 NEXTEL Cup
cars, 1,625,000 12 ounce
Coca-Colas, or 41,600,000
Sharpies.
0 The new surface is 17
inches thick - six inches of
lime-treated stone, four inches
of lean grade concrete, rebar,
and seven inches of continu-
ously reinforced concrete
O The pits are now con-
crete instead of the former
asphalt surface
El The track surface is
now 43 feet wide compared to
the 40 feet back in March;
when Kyle Busch won the first
ever Car of Tomorrow race.
0 The 43 pit stalls are
now two feet wider than they
were previously
0 On average there were
50' works taking part in the
resurfacing project working on
an average of six days a week,
14 hours a day and when the
actual surface work was going
on workers worked in 12 hour
shifts
E1 Crews removed 1,815
cubic yards of concrete, which


was the old surface
0 842 cubic yards of wall
concrete was removed
O 5,500 square yards of
asphalt was removed or 275
20-ton truckloads.
O 38,944 square yards or
more than eight acres of dirt
was removed or the equivalent
of six football fields measur-
ing 120 yards long to include
end zones and 53.3 yards
wide.
So will the track be
faster? Could some records
fall this week with the running
of the Craftsman Truck Series
event earlier this week? Will
Ryan Newman go even faster?
We should soon find out.
"I think our development
guys did a tremendous job
with the track,' said BMS
president Jeff Byrd. "The
drivers I spoke with were very
pleased with the surface and
couldn't wait to get here for
the August events. We wanted
a smoother surface with better
transitions in the comers and I
believe that's exactly what we
got. And because of that we
should have some fantastic
racing."


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After Carfax 250
Driver
1. Carl Edwards
2. Kevin Harvick
3. David Reutimann
4. Jason Leffler
5. David Ragan
6. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
7. Stephen Leicht
8. Marcos Ambrose
9. Greg Biffle
10. Mike Wallace


After Toyota Tundra 200


Behind
Leader
-700
-730
-872
-922
-1,036
-1,101
-1,112
-1,149
-1,194


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 Allen Crowe 100


Driver
Frank Kimmel
Michael McDowell
Dexter Bean
Justin Allgaier
Phillip McGilton
Patrick Sheltra
Justin South
Justin Marks
Bobby Gerhart
Bryan Silas


Behind
Leader
-95
-205
-445
-550
-635
-785
-865
-905
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Sports


East Milton Youth
Soccer. Sign-ups for the
East Milton Fall Soccer
League will run through
Sept 1.
This league is for
players 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.fcsantarosa.com.
A fee is involved in
participation with this
soccer league, there is an
additional fee for team
jersey.
Individuals interested
in coaching or assisting
can sign up on the volun-
teer page while register-
ing their child or email
vicepresident@fcsan-
tarosa. com.
More information on
the recreational and select
soccer programs is avail-
able on the club website.
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 sell-
ing their Super Patriot
family pass this season for
$185.
This pass is good for
all regular season home
sporting 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
immediate family to
attend all Milton regular
season athletic events.
Panther Passes are
$175 and can be pur-
chased 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 and
players will be grouped by
ability levels.
For non-tennis play-
ers, the event will include
a silent auction with vari-
ous weekend getaways,
gift baskets from area
businesses, sports memo-
rabilia, and plants from
the ARC Gateway nurs-
ery.
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 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.
Two-man Golf
Scramble: The Mid-
South Golf Association
will be holding a two-man
golf scramble at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
This scramble will be
held on Sept., 15 and 16 .
For more information
or to register, contact the
Tanglewood Pro Shop at
623-6176.
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 eligi-
ble 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.
Fall Golf Scramble:
The Milton High Baseball
Booster Club will hold a Fall
Golf Tournament Oct. 6 at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
This is a three-person golf
scramble to benefit the Milton
High School baseball team.
Entry fee will cover golf,
cart, lunch, beverages, range
balls, and prizes.
For more information
call 293-2735.
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
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


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Tuesday, August 28, 2007
5:48 AM Full Moon
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6:27 AM Moon set
12:35 PM 1.98 Feet
7:16 PM Sun set
7:32 PM Moon rise
10:33 PM 0.46 Feet
Wednesday, August 29,2007
6:22 AM Sun rise
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7:14 PM Sun set
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Wednesday, August 29, 2007
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Monday, August 27, 2007
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Tuesday, August 28, 2007
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6:22 AM Sun rise
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7:15 PM Sun set
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Wednesday, August 29, 2007
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Tuesday, August 28, 2007
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6:22 AM Sun rise
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Wednesday, August 29, 2007
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7:15 PM Sun set
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Rudy


Continued From Page One
when you first start working
out is having to stop but toward
the end of the work out when
the muscle slowly wears out
you appreciate the time out."
When it comes to competi-
tion Richards will travel to New
York where he has to finish in
the top four.
"For the last three years I
have finished in the top four or


five nationally in the Super
Heavyweight Division," said
Richards. "Last year I finished
fourth in the North American
competition, which is where
you will face the better guys in
the U.S. and Canada."
He is now helping some of
his clients who will be compet-
ing this Saturday in Foley, Ala.,
at a competition.
"I have never really thought


of being a coach," said
Richards, who expects to com-
pete for about another five
years. "I have been helping
some local people who will be
competing with their training
and other things for the compe-
tition.
"This can be a very self-
centered sport, but I enjoy help-
ing people and want to continue
helping."


Jones


Continued From Page One
lot to me," said Jones. "I told
my dad I look at him as a
grandfather. He made me a
better football player and a
better man.
"Till this day he is a big
impact in my life."
For Jones the relationship
to his high school days is
rather unique as the offense
they run at Jacksonville is
very similar to the one he was
a big part of in high school.
"Thi s the same offense
we ran in high school and I
feel like it will give us the
extra opportunities to win the
big games," said Jones. "But
no matter where you are, foot-
ball is football."


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Now that he has made the
move from Troy to
Jacksonville State, Jones has
no regrets.
"I don't regret the change
at all," said Jones. "They look
to me as a leaders and that is a


positive feeling after coming
in as a transfer.
"But I have to earn my
spot on the team just like they
do; I never want anything
given to me."
With the first game less
than a week away Jones is not
going to get stressed, but take
it one day at a time just like he
did when he made his decision
to move.
"My faith has always been
a big help to me," said Jones.
"I never got worried or any-
thing during my decision to
transfer.
"I believe God will take
away any stress or pressure as
long as I follow his lead or
will."


Volley


Continued From Page One
defense last season.
"We have a few that might
be able to step up by the end of
the season."
Campbell is looking for
another winning season. To do
this the younger players on the
team must step up to help the
Lady Jags challenge for their
first district title since 2000.
He points out hard work


and practice will be the key.
"We will have to continue
to work hard and get better
every practice like we have
been doing," said Campbell.
At Jay, the Lady Royals
are coming off a 6-14 season
as coach Karen Houser pre-
pares for her second year at
the helm.
The Lady Royals lost sev-
eral five game affairs under


some of the flukiest situations
imaginable.
Their 2007 season will get
underway at home on Tuesday
when they host Pensacola
Christian.
To keep up with volleyball
schedules, rosters and more,
check out
www.nwfvarsity.com, the new
home for all varsity sports
information.


Co m niy Spot.e ut


Five Flags Speedway
Driver Standings


Super Stocks: 1. Thomas
Praytor 667 points, 2. Chris
Cotto 661, 3. Mike Moore
571, 4. Earl Polk 524, 5.
James Kimbrough 425, 6. Bo
Wilkinson 318, 7. Bill Brown
262, 8. Freddie Tanner 259,
9. James Alonzo 258, 10.
Greg Young 197.
Super Late Models: 1. Ryan
Crane 430 points, 2. Justin
Drawdy 420, 3. Scott
Carlson 39.5, 4. Josh Hamner
370, 5. Grant Enfinger 350,
6. Hunter Robbins 340, 7.
Ken McFarland 310, 8. Dale
Little 285, 9. Donald Long
270, 9. Dale Hole 270.
Sportsmen: 1. Billy Hoover
727 points, 2. Randy
Thompson 725, 3. James
Ziniewicz 667, 4. Jim
Pokrant 624, 5. David
Holland, 6. William Kitchen
401, 7. Tina Davidson 399,
8. Bubba Winslow 368, 9.
Shanna Ard 366, 10. Kory
Henley 294.
Pro Late Models: 1. Sammy
McMullen 428 points, 2.


Brandon Carlson 396, 3. Hal
Martin 384, 4. Logan Boyett
352, 5. Mike Williamson
321, 6, Johanna Long 269, 7.
Keith Thorpe 230, 8.
3i,an:lon (OclO -in. 165, 9.
Ronnie Smtih 157, 10. Ryan
Paul 145.
Bombers: 1. Brandon Fowler
698 points, 2. Michael
Kitchen 643, 3. Danny Burns
642, 4. Pete Kitchen 618, 5.
Robert Kanning 455, 6. Sam
Mellema 398, 7. Rick
Grimes 336, 8. Wesley King
272, 9. Danel Webber 255,
10. Joel Lesley Jr. 254.

Southern Raceway
Driver Points

Hobby: 1. Allan Colley 712
points, 2. Dean Shaw 708, 3.
Ricky Gilmore 616, 4. Albert
Beltz 482, 5. Ryan Fowler
478, 6. Kevin Jernigan 342,
7. Joseph Joiner 336, 8. Tim
Fowler 222, 9. Dale Bush
121, 10. Billy Morrell 194.
Street Stock: 1. Branden
Harris 748 points, 2. Adam
Ellison 728, 3. Preston Porter
636, 4. Michael Porter 506,


5. Jason Dollar 456, 6. Rick
Novak 394, 7. Charlie White
378, 8. Kyle Bryant 300, 9.
Steven jernigan 296, 10.
Calvin Cook 296.
Vintage: 1. Chris Ba\.hi 7341
points, 2. John Cody 498, 3.
Danny Shores 472, 4. Lucas
Morris 440, 5. Jay Jones 344,
6. Bill Blum 320, 7. Ernest
Morris 286, 8. Jesse Barnhill
266, 9. Tom Lohr 250, 10.
Stuart Wilson 222.
Hogg: 1. Robert Balkum 806
points, 2. Jonathan Cotton
750, 3. Chris Oldenberg
616, 4. Jason Cooper 394, 5.
Josh Davis 390, 6. Michael
Lowery Jr. 266, 7. Johnny
Farmer 212, 8. Daniel Morris
198, 9. Alan Seitz 196, 10.
Travis Snellgrove 192.
Stinger: 1. Robert Garrett
746 points, 2. James Fox
678, 3. Gary Hirman 622,
4. Scott Schenkel 568, 5.
Cliff Robinson 432, 6.
Patrick Stanley 416, 7.
Michael Roland 346, 8.
Shawn Charlton 308, 9.
April Ray 292, 10. John
Upshaw 226.


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I am a male, tricolor Treeing Walker Coonhound.
The shelter thinks I am about 7 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Aug 07, 2007.


My name is STARDUST - ID#A039250
I am a female, black German Shepherd Dog.
The shelter thinks I am about 2 years old.
I have been at the shelter since Aug 03, 2007.


Pets featured in today's Adopt-A-Pet

may no longer be available

for adoption at the time of publication.

Please contact Santa Rosa County Animal Servic

4451 Pine Forest Road Milton, FL 32583

(850)983-4680 or (850)936. 6177

horthair. Monday through Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
old. Saturday 9:00am-2:00pm


My name is GABBY - ID#A038973
I am a spayed female, tan Beagle and Pug.
The shelter thinks I am about 1 year & 10 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Aug 11, 2007.


This DOG - ID#A039130
I am a spayed female, black Chinese Sharpei.
The shelter thinks I am about 1 year and 1 month old.
I have been at the shelter since Jul 28, 2007.


My name is DIXIE - ID#A039203
I am a female, black Jack russ terr and Pug.
The shelter thinks I am about 6 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Aug 02, 2007


My name is LUCY - ID#A039153
I am a spayed female, black Australian Kelpie mix.
The shelter thinks I am about 3 years old.
I have been at the shelter since Aug 23, 2007.













My name is RUSTY - ID#A039305
I am a spayed female, red & black Labrador Retriever mix.
The shelter thinks I am about 1 year and 6 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Aug 07. 2007








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This CAT - ID#A038200
I am a male, white and black Domestic Mediumhair.
The shelter thinks I am about 4 months old.
I have been at the shelter since Jun 20, 2007


For more information about these animal, call:
Santa Rosa County Animal Services at (850) 983-4680
View all adoptable pets online at www.santarosa.fl.gov/animals/adoptablepets


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1 10404 1 1.41,1.04, ....
tion for Foreclosure of Mort- PAGE(S) 46 OF THE PUB-
gage on the following de- LIC RECORDS OF SANTA
scribed property: ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
SEE LEGAL DESCRIPTION AT has been filed against you and
S l TACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT you are required to serve a
...o"A"y of your written defenses
EXHIBIT A within 30 days after the first
� . publication, if any, on
ALL THAT PARCEL OF LAND Echevarria, Codilis &
.IN SANTA ROSA COUNTY Stawiarski, Plaintiff's attorney,
STATE OF FLORIDA AS whose address is 9119 Corpo-
MORE FULLY DESCRIBED IN rate Lake Drive Suite 300,
Sl DEED BOOK 1946, PAGE Tampa Florida 3r634, and file
1921, ID# the orinsal with this Court ei-
ANNOUNCEMENTS 02-1N-29-0000-01218-00 their beTore service on Plaintiff's
00 BEING KNOWN AND attorney or immediately thereaf-
1100 - Legal Advertising DESIGNATED AS. ter; otherwise a default will be
1110 - Classified Notices COMMENCE AT entered against you for the re-
1110 - Classified Notices COMMENCE AT THE lief demanded in the Complaint
1120 - Public Notices/ NORTHWEST CORNER OF or petition.
Announcements THE WEST 1/2 OF THE This notice shall be published
1130 -Adoptions NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE once each week for two consec-
4 - H iap SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SEC- utive weeks in the Press Ga-
1140- Happy Ads TION 2, TOWNSHIP 1 zette.
1150 - Personals NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST WITNESS my hand and the seal
1160- Lost THENCE RUN SOUTH 06 of this Court on this 8 day of
1170 - Found DEGREES 58'05" WEST A August, 2007.
1170 - Found DISTANCE OF 334.88 FEET
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- Mary M. Johnson
NING; THENCE CONTINUE Clerk of the Court
NOTICE is hereby iven that SOUTH 00 DEGREES CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
pursuant to WRIT O: EXECU. 58'05" WEST A DISTANCE By: Angela K. Dunn
TION issued in Circuit Court of OF 110.00 FEET; THENCE As Deputy Clerk
Santa Rosa County, Florida, on RUN SOUTH 90 DEGREES
the 1st day of February 2007 WEST A DISTANCE OF 081807
in the cause wherein 'SEA 157.36 FEET; THENCE RUN 082507
SHADOW HOMEOWNERS NORTH 63 DEGREES 8/897
ASSOCIATION INC, was 11'55" EAST A DISTANCE
plaintiff and T.k. JONE'S AND OF 110.10 FEET; THENCE Legal 8/898
PATRICIA JONES were defend- RUN NORTH 90 DEGREES
ants being Case No. EAST A DISTANCE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
0613-CA i-n said court 153.05 FEET TO THE POINT THEIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Wendell Hall As Sheriff o OF BEGINNING, SAND E CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
Santo Rosa County Florida PROPERTY LYING AND BE- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
have levied upon all t, - ,ht .' ING ALL IN SECTION 22, vL ACTION
lie and interest of th. ili, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, CASE NO.: 07-783 CA
SEA .eiH- ..I ' RANGE 29 WEST SANTA CAS NO.: 07783 CA
HOMEOWNERS -i- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. DIVISION: A
TION in and to the 1:.11: .IM D M GMAC MORTGAGE LLC
described rel property wit: BYRFLEEL. LSEETIMPLEDEANDFRM GMAC MORTGAGE OR LLGA
CARL L. BROSET AND LISA F/K/A GMAC MORTGAGE
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- S. BROSET, HUSBAND AND CORPORATION,
ERTY WIFE AS SET FORTH IN Plaintiff,
DEED BOOK 1946, PAGE
All of the Common Area of Sea 1921 DATED 08/23/2000 vs.
Shadow a subdivision of a par- AND RECORDED UNKNOWN HEIRS,
lion of Section 32, Township 2 08/30/2000 SANTA DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
South, Rane 2BRD S EDG UENS, R EES AE-
South Range 28 West, Santa ROSA COUNTY RECORDS, SIGNEES, UENORS, CRED-
Rosa County Florida, accord- STATE OF FLORIDA. TORS TRUSTEES OR
ing to the plat of that subdivi- OTHER CLAIMANTSCLAIM-
sion recorded in Plat Book C at has been filed against you and ONG BY THROAIMANUGHTS CLAUM-
page 189 of the Public records you are required to serve a DER OR AGAINST ,BOBBIE
of said county fhe Common copy of your written defenses, if L TYLOR AGAINST, BOBBIE
Area conveyed hereby is de- any, to if on Sarah Barbaccia LOR, E S A/K/A BOBBLE
fined in Article , Section 4, of Attorney orPlaintiff, whose a TAYLOR, DECEASED, et al,
the Declaration of Covenants dress is 2901 Stirling Road, Defendant(s).
Conditions, and Restrictions ot Suite 300, Fort Lauderdle, lorNOTICE OF ACTION
Sea Shadow recorded in Offi- ida 33312 on or before Sep- OTICE OF ACTION
cial Record Book 621 at page member 24, 2007, and file the T UNKNOWN HEIRSO:
374 of the public records of original with the Clerk of this DEVISEES, GRANTEES ,
Santa Rosa County, Florida. Cour either before service on DEVISEES, GRANTEES E AS-
Plaintiff's attorney or immed'- SIGNEES LIENORS, T REDI-
And on the 251h day of SEP- ateil thereafter otherwise a de- OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
TEMBER, 2007 I shall offer this faul will be entered against you ING BY, THROUGH UN-
property for sale, at the east for the relief demanded in the DER, OR AGAINST, BOBBIE
front door of the Santa Rosa complaint. L TAYLOR A/K/A BOBBIE
Criminal Justice Facility, in Mil- TAYLOR DECEASED
ton, Santa Rosa County, Flor- WITNESS my hand and the seal TAYLOR, DECEASED
ida, at the hour of 1:00 p.m.on of this Court this 8 day of Au- LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
or as soon thereafter as possi- gust, 2007. KNOWN
ble. I will offer for sale all the
said plaintiff's SEA SHADOW MARY M. JOHNSON
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA- As Clerk of the Court CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
TION, right, title and interest in CIRCUIT COURT SEAL KNOWN
the aforesaid real proerty, at By: Brandy NorrisND ALL UNKNOWN
public auction and wilt sen the As Deputy Clerk PARTIES CLAIMING BYKNOWN
some, subject to taxes, all prior PARTIES CLAIMING BYAN
liens encumbrances and udg In accordance with the Ameri- AGAINST THE UNDERAEIN
ments, if any to the highest and cans with Disabilities Act per- AGMEAD INDIVIDUST THE AL DRE
best bidder for CASH IN sons needing a reasonable ac- NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
HAND. The proceeds to be ap- commodation to participate in NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
plied as far as may be to the this proceeding should, no later ORN ALIVE WHETHER SAID
payment of costs and the satis- than seven 7 days prior, con- UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
Faction of the above-described iac the Clerk of te urt's di- CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
execution.8 023013c5l 5 CARO USES, RANTS DOR
WENDELL HALL SHERIFF OF LINE ST. BOX H. MILTON FL, THE bRANTEES, OR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOOR. 32570. It hearing impaired, OTHER CLAIMANTS
IDA contact (TDD) via Florida Relay AST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
By: /s/ Rosie Rogers System. KNOWN
Rosie Rogers
Deputy Sherff 082507 CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE- 8/89 KNOWN
AUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
MODATIONS OR TO AR- lion to foreclose a mortgage on
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP- the following property in
ERTY, PLEASE CONTACT JAN- Legal 8/897 SANTA ROSACounty, Florida:
ICE PLATT (8501) 983-1281 AT
LEAST SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LOT 2 BLOCK A TWIN
TO THE SALE DATE. THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- LAKE ESTATES BEING A
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA PORTION OF SECTION 18,
080407 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH
081107 CIVIL ACTION RANGE 27 WEST SANTA
081807 CASE NO.: 07-000724 CA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA,
082507 DIVISION: B ACCORDING TO PLAT RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK D
WASHINGTON MUTUAL PAGE 50 OF THE PUBLIe
BANK AS RECORDS OF SAID
Legal 8/895 SUCCESSOR-IN-INTEREST COUNTY.
TO LONG BEACH MORT-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GAGE COMPANY BY OP- TOGETHER WITH THAT
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ERATION OF LAW, CERTAIN MOBILE HOME
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Plaintiff, LOCATED THEREON, SE-
FOR SANTA ROSA RIAL NUMBERS
COUNTY vs. AHAL176601A &
CASE NO. 07000556CA AHAL176601B.
JAY E. SCHANK, et al,
ACCREDITED HOME LENDERS Defendant(s). has been filed against you and
INC. A CALIFORNIA CORPO- you are required to serve a
RATION, NOTICE OF ACTION co of your written defenses
Plaintiff, TO: JAY E. 5LHANK within 30 days after the first
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: publication, if any, on
vs 6009 ARNIES WAY Echevarria, Codilis &
MILTON, FL 32570 Slawiarski, Plaintiff's attorney,
BLAINE A TOWNSEND IF LIV- whose address is 0119 Corpo-
ING AND IF DEAD, TIE UN. CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- rate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
KNOWN SPOUSE HEIRS DE- KNOWN Tampa, Florida 33634 and file
VISEES GRANTEES, ASSIGN- the orainal with this Court ei-
EES LIENORS CREDITORS ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN their before service on Plaintiff's
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, attorney or immediately thereaf-
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER- THROUGH, UNDER, AND ter; otherwise a default will be
EST BY, THROUGH UNDER AGAINST THE HEREIN entered against you for the re-
OR AGAINST BLAINE A. NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- lief demanded in the Complaint
TOWNSEND- UNKNOWN FENDANT (S) WHO ARE or petition.
SPOUSE OF BLAINE A NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD This notice shall be published
TOWNSEND; UNKNOWN OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID once each week for two consec-
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY utive weeks in the Press
TENANT #2;, CLAIM AN INTEREST AS Gazette.
Defendant. SPOUSES HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, OR WITNESS my hand and the seal
NOTICE OF ACTION OTHER CLAIMANTS of this Cour on this 10 day of
TO: BLAINE A. TOWNSEND; LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- August, 2007
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KNOWN Mary M. Johnson
BLAINE A. TOWNSEND Clerk of the Court
Last known address: 5174 CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
OAKLEAF DRIVE, MILTON, KNOWN By: J. Watkins
FLORIDA 32571 As Deputy Clerk
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an oc-
If alive, and if dead, all parties lion to foreclose a mortgage on 081807
claiming interest by, through, the following properly in 082507
under or against BLAINE A. SANTA ROSA County, Florida: 8/898
TOWNSEND'; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF BLAINE A LOT 22 BLOCK C, TAN-
TOWNSEND and all parties GLEWOO6D EAST SUBDI- Legal 8/899
having or claiming to have any VISION, TANGLEWOOD Lega
ri e or interest in ;he prop- GOLF AND COUNTRY IN THE CIRCUIT COURTING
er'y described herein CLUB, ACCORDING TO THEN RSANTA ROSA
PLAT THEREOF AS RE-AND FOR SANTA ROSATY
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai an ac- CORDED IN PLAT BOOK D, COUNTY


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S 11Q. . . . 11 4A .........
STATE OF FLORIDA Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the
CASE NO.: 04000519CA 1T1 da of September, 2007,
DIVISION: C the following described prop
erty as set Torth in said Final
CHARLES G. HAWKINS and Judgment, to-wit:
SHIRLEY E. HAWKINS,
Plaintiff's LOT 59 BLUE HERON
v. COVE PHASE IV BEING A
PORTION OF SECTION 36,
ARLETHA M. GREENE, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH
Defendant RANGE 29 WEST SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE ACCORDING TO PLAT RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C
PAGE 152 OF THE PUBLIC
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that RECORDS OF SAID
pursuant to an order of Final COUNTY.
judgment of the and
Sale in the cause pending in the ANY PERSON CLAIMING
situate Circuit Court of tfe First AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
Judicial Circuit in and for Santa PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
Rosa County, Florida the under- ANY OTHER THAN THE
signed Clerk will sell the prop- PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
erTy in the County described as THE DATE OF THE LIS
follovws PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
Lot 5 Block 2, WIND TRACE AFTER THE SALE.
NORTH' Commence at the
Southwest corner of Tract W of if you are a person with a Disa-
Crescent Shores according to biitfies who need any accommo-
the plal thereof recorded in Plat dation in order ao participate in
Book A atage 70 of the Public this proceeding you ore entitled
Records oF Santa Rosa County at no cost to you to the provi-
Florida thence North along the sions of certain assistant please
West line ofat said TracT W contact Susan Land at 6865
40.00 feet to the North right of Caroline Street Milton, FL
way line of U.S. Highway 98, 32570 850-983-1012 within
thence continue alona the last 2 working days of this receipt
described line 610.00 feet to of this document. If you are
the point thence continue East hearing or Voice impaired call
13085 feet to the Point of Be- 1-800-955-8771
inning, thence continue East
0.85 feet thence North Dated this 9 day of Augusl,
135.00 feet, thence West 2007.
80.85 feet, thence South
135.00 feel to the Point of Be- MARY M. JOHNSON
Rinnin Tqether with 1969 Clerk Of The Circuit Court
BON Mobile Home Title CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
#3800624 & 6800598 and By: J. Watkins
Identification #68043A & Deputy Clerk
68043B.
081807
at the public sole to Ihe highest 082507
and best bidder for cash Begin- 8/900
ning al 11:00 am on Septem- _____________
her 20, 2007.


Doted this 8 day of August,
2007.
Mary Johnson, Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
081807
082507
8/89


Legal 8/901
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 07000143CA
DIVISION
RICHARD K. BANKICH and
ROBERT E. DALE, JR.,
Plaintiffs,


Legal 8/900 JEROME SIMMONS, JOSE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PHINE GRADY and F. A. MAN-
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AGEMENT SOLUTIONS, INC.,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA D d
COUNTY, FLORIDA Defendants,
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 07-34-CA NOTICE OF ACTION
RESIDENTIAL FUNDING COM- TO: F.A. Management Solu-
PANY, LLC F/K/A RESIDENtions, Inc., or other persons or
TIAL FUNDING/CORPORA parties claiming by, through, un-
TIOAL FUN DINGer or against said Defendant,
Plaintiff, any light, title, interest, claim or
demand in and to the real prop-
vs. erty located in Escambia
v. Count, Florida, and described
LUDMILA DUTY MORTGAGE hereintelow; and any and all
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION persons or parties. having or
SYSTEMS, INCORPORATED, c aiming any right, title, interest
AS NOMINEE FOR HOME- claim or demand in and to said
COMINGS FINANCIAL NET. rea RE HEREBY NOTIFIED
WORK, INC.; DAVID DUTY YOu ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS that an action to foreclose a
UNKNOWN TENANT IS) IN mortgage on the following par-
POSSESSION OF THE SLBJECT cells o real property in oant
PROPERTY Rosa County, Florida, to-wit:
DeRendanls COMMENCING AT THE
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO- NORTHWEST CORNER OF
SUE ALC F SECTION 6 TOWNSHIP 1
uR SALE NORTH, RAiNGE 27 WEST,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SANTA 'ROSA COUNTY, FLOR'-
pursuant to a Motion and Order IDA, THENCE RUN SOUTH 00
Resettina Foreclosure Sale Dale DEREES 00 MINUTES 00 SEC
dated The 8 day of August, ONDS WEST ALONG THE
2007 and entered in CaseNo' WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION
0793 /CA of the Circuit Court 6 A DISTANCE OF 2952.05
of the 1ST Judicial Circuit in FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89
and for Santa Rosa Count, DEGREES 41 MINUTES 30
Florida where RESIDENTS,. SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
FUNDING COMPANY LLC OF 30.30 FEET TO AN INTER-
F/K/A RESIDENTIAL FUNDING SECTION WITH THE EASTERLY
CORPORATION is the Plaintiff RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
and LUDMILA DUTY; MORT- SOUTH AIRPORT ROAD 50'
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS- RIGHT-OF-WAY)I FOR THE
TRATION SYSTEMS, INCORPO- POINT OF BEGINNING
RATED AS NOMINEE FOR THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
HOMECOMINGS FINANCIAL 89 DEGREES 41 MINUTES 30
NETWORK INC.; DAVID SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
DUTY; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE OF 690.31 FEET' THENCE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 14
IN POSSESSION OF THE SB . MINUTES 33 SECONDS WEST
JECIT PROPERTY are defendants A DISTANCE OF 344.21 FEET;
I will sell to the highest Iand best THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DE-
bidder for cash at the NORTH GREES 28 MINUTES 44 SEC-
FRONT STEPS OF COURT- BONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
HOUSE at the Santa Rosa : - ' ,FEET- THENCE RUN
County Courthouse, in MILTON, -t00-i DEGREES 50 MIN-
. : -, SECONDS EAST A


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temperature pressure KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR 1-800955-8771. p 33324 on or before September
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"If we ain't got it.... KNON PARTIES MAY CLAIM WITNESS my hand and the seal days from the date of the first vs.
we'll AN INTEREST AS SPOUSESE ofthis Court this 17 day of Au- ubicaion of his notice of ac-
we'll get it." HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES g) Hon) and file the original with CALVIN L HARVEY GINA K.
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ilingCentipede INC.; JOHN DOE AND JANI CIRCUIT OURT SEAL otherwise a default will be en-
BerDOE' AS UNKNOWN TEN- Cler kiete ed a ainst you for the relief Defendants.
R.V. & Boat covers, ar- u ANTS IN POSSESSION Deputy Clerk demanded in The complaint or SL
agesportable shes,uda DEFENDANT(S As Deputy Clerk petition filed herein. NOTICE OF SALE R CL
AR PORTS co-veoNTICE OF FORECLO- 0 807 for the reli DLn
Ca ed PIne Straw RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO WITNESS my hand and the seal Notice is given that pursuant to
Call for best SUREALE 915 of this Court at SANTA ROSA a Final Judgment ofaForeclosure
rice in townall u f save NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-County, Florida, this 17 day of dated Auust4 2007 in
Galvanized Steel Cl Uft,Sa ,n suant to an Order Granting the the Circuit Court in and for
Many sizes/colors Motion to Reset Foreclosure TODAY!
Many Sizes/colors a Motion to Reset Foreclosure Legal 8/916 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Santa Rosa County, Florida, in
Financing Available Hwy.7So.*Milton Sale dated August 10, 2007 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL which Santa Rosa Count Land
Free delivery & setup f entered in Civil Case No IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN BY: ANGELA K. DUNN Company, Inc. is the Plaintiff,
850 19832296 up 62 -85785 S 07-169CA of the Circuit Court AND FOR SANTA ROSA DEPUTY CLERK and Calvin L. Harvey, Gina K.
r850 93d 296or 62 -8578 of the 1ST Judicial Circuit in COUNTY, FLORIDA Bundy f/k/: GinarK. Foster
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RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 28 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CIVIL ACTION the highest and best bidder for STERN ica are the DefendantsI will
MINUTES 44 SECONDS WEST HEATHER A HENDRIX; JOHN CASE NO.: 07-739 CA cash at THE NORTH FRONT ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF sell to he highest and best bid-
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TO AN INTERSECTION WITH KNOWN TENANT S IN OS- County Courthouse 6865 CAR- a General Partnership ' SUITE 500 doo a he Santa Rosa County
SAID EASTERLY SESSION OF THE SUBJECT FIFTH THIRD MORTGAGE LINE STREET MILTON Flor- Plaintiff, PLANTATION, FL 33324 Courthouse, 6865 SW Corline
RIGHT-OFWAY INE; THENCE PROPERTY, COMPANY, ida, al 1 T00 a.m.on the 20 07.66757(GMAP)(FNM) Street, Milton, Florida between
RUN NORTHO00 DEGREES 50 Defendants. Plaintiff, day of September 2007 the o-s. the hours of 11:00 a.m. and
MINUTES 36 SECONDS EAST lonPg de cried property asb IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 2:00 p.m. cst on September 25
ALONG SAID EASTERLY RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO- vs. set forth in said Summory Final PATRICK T SEWELL, deceased AMERICANSWITH DISABLI- 2007, the following-describeo
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DIS- SURE SALE Judgment to-wit: his unknown spouse, heirs, devi- TIES ACT persons with disabili- property set forth in the order of
TANCE OF 291.65 FEET TO LLYOD CARTER, etal, sees, grantees, creditors, or ties needing a special accom- Final Judgment:
THE POINT OF BEGINNING. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Defendant(s). THE SOUTH 30 FEET OF other paries claiming by, modatin should contact
oursuant to a Motion and Order LOT 6, BLOCK 20, NA- through, under or against anyCOURT ADMINISTRATION, at Lot 31 Block "B" DaLisa Es-
has been filed against you ond Resettin Foreclosure Sale Date NOTICE OF ACTION VARRE SUBDIVISION BE known or unknown person who the SANTA ROSA County taes, beina portion of Section
you are required to serve a dated The 9 day of Auqust TO. LLYOD CARTER ING A PORTION OF SEC- is known to be dead or is not Courthouse at , 21, Township t NoIth, Range
copy of your written defenses, if 2007, and entered in Case-No LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: TION 21, TOWNSHIP 2 known to be either dead or 1-BO-955-8771 TDD or 28 West, Santa Rosa County,
an, to on Plaintiff's attorney 07000469CA of the Circuit 2292 CRITTENDEN DRIVE SOUTH RANGE 26 WEST, alive and CLIFF SEWELL, 1-8009558770 va Florida Florida, acc rdin to Plat re-
whose address is set forth be- Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuit NAVARRE, FL 32566 A UDIVISION AS RE- Relay Servce.cord ed ok "ec at
low, on or before the 2 1 day of in and for Santa Rosa County CORDED IN DEED BOOK Defendants. Page 10, of the Public Records
September, 2007, and file the Florida wherein DEUTSCtE CURRENT ADDRESS: UN A-29, PAGE 253, OF THE 82507 o said County.
original with the Clerk of this BANK NATIONAL TRUST KNOWN PUBLIC RE CORDS OF NOTICE OF ACTION 090107erson aimin an interest
Court ether before service on COMPANY AS TRUSTEE AND SANTA ROSA COUNTY, 8/1 Any person claiming an interest
Plaintiff's attorney or immedi- CUSTODIN FOR SAMIRA CARTER FLORIDA. TO: Guardian, Attorney, and in any surplus fromhe foreclo-
ately thereafter; otherwise a de- SOUNDVIEW HOME LOAN LAST KNOWN ADDRESS Administr at Eor Ad ELLe, for Legal 8/920 sure sale aher than I. .-
ouftwill be entered against you TRUST 2006-EQ1 BY' SAXON 2292 CRITTENDEN DRIVE Any person claiming i ra di an int eere t L owner must file a J. -.... ,t
IN e ~ s~you^ W ^i ITATIE D hper.o P ATRICK T. SEWELL, ad e a INTH RCUIT COURT IN sixty(6 deasUftetfo39
for the relief demand in heMORTGAGE SERVICES INC. NAVARRE, FL32566 in the surplus tramthe sale it ceased his unknown spouse IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN sixty 60 days afterthe foreo-
Complaint . AS ITS ATTORNEY-INFACT is any, other than the property heirs, evisees, grantees credit' AND FOR SANTA ROSA sure sale date.
laWITNESS m hand and the sea the Plaintiff and HEATHER A. CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- owner as ot the date o the lis ors, or other parties caiminr COUNT FLORIDA
of this Courton this 10 day of HENDRIX; MORTGAGE ELEC- KNOWN pendens must file a claim by through, under or against PROBATE DIVISION Dated this 2day of August,
August, 2007. TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS- within 60 days atter the sale. any known or unknown p FILE NUMBER: 2007.
TEMS INCORPORATED AS ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN who is known to be dead or is 52ON MARY JOHNS
MARY M. JOHNSON NOMINEE FOR EQUIFIRST PARTIES CLAIMING BY Dated this 13 day of August, not known to be eiherdead or DIVISION: MARY JOHNSONou
Clerk of the Circuit Court CORPORATION, UNKNOWN THROUGH, UNDER AN 2007 alive; and CLIFF SEWELL, Clerk of Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SPOUSE OF HEATHER A. HEN- AGAINST THE HEREIN In re the Estate of: CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris DRIX JOHN DOE JANE DOE NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- MARY MJOHNSON YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- By: RAY WOLFE BRANDY NORRIS
Deputy Clerk AS UNKNOWN IRH -It I S) FENDANT(S) WHO ARE Clerk of the Circuit Court tion to foreclosure a mortgage J OY CE RAY WOLFE Deputy Clerk
IN POSSESSION Ci THI SUB- NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD CIRCUIT COURT SEAL on the following property in McARTHUR a/k/a JOYCE RAY
PAUL L. CUMMINGS JECT PROPERTY are defendants. OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID By: Brandy Norris Santa Rosa County, Florida: McARTHUR 082507
314 S. Baylen Street I will sell to the highest and best UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY Deputy Clerk ' ' Deceased. 090107
Pensala Florida 32502 bidder for cash at the NORTH CLAIM AN INTEREST AS Lot 50, Block D,. East Bay
5 O432 5850 FRONT STEPS OF COURT- SPOUSES HEIRS, DEVI IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE Heights a subdivision accord NOTICE OF ADMINISTR
lorda Bar No. 17112 HOUSE at the Santa Rosa SEES, GRANTEES, OR AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- ing to plat thereof recorded in TION AND Legal 8/923
Attorney for Plaintiff County Courthouse in MILTON, OTHER CLAIMANTS TIES ACT persons with disabili- Plot Book B, Page 149 of the TI'GEA CREDITORS Lega C
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the ties needing a special accom- public records of Santa Rosa The administration of the estate AUCTION
081807 20 day of September, 2007, '.-T_ I't OWN ADDRESS: UN. modation should contact County, Florida. The administralion of the estate
082507 the ollowin described prop- .ii, 1' COURT ADMINISTRATION, at of JOYCE RAY WOLFE Chad Babcock UnitAOl9
8/901 erty as sorh in saidFinal the SANTA ROSA County has been filed against you and McARTHUR (a/k/a JOYCE RAY Bret BabinaUnit A008
Judgment to wit CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- Courthouse at , you are required to serve a McARTHUR) deceased Case JBe Collinsworth-Meyer Unil
ea 80O , A CN Y KNOWN 1-800-955-8771 TDD or copy of your'written defenses, if No. 57-2007-CP-243, Div. , G l50n
Lega 8//02T E800R 9 55-8770A TON2 07Tis(N OTDDheMoyor rte d ,o uV Is0
legal 8/902 OT 6, BAY COLONY, A 1-800-955-8770, via Florida ,i ;on John H. Adams, the is pending in the Probate 1D- Joe Dowden Unit AO 13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SUBDIVISION OF A POR- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- Relay Service. :.-ii, . attorney whose ad- on of The Circuit Court of Witiam Giddens Unit B039
FOR SANTA ROSA TION OF SECTIONS 27 ion to foreclose a mortgage on DAVYDJ. STERN, P.A. dress is Emmanuel Sheppard Santa Rosa County, Florida the
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND 34 TOWNSHIP 2 the following property in 801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE and Condon, 30 South Spring address of which is 6865 Car- Hammersmith Storage, Inc
CIVIL ACIN SOUTH, IRANGE 28 WEST SANTA ROSA county, Florida: SUITE 500 Street Pensacola Florida line Street, Milton, Florida 4240 Berryhill Rd., Pace, F
CASE NO. 07-432-CA SANTA ROSA COUNTY' PLANTATION, FL 33324 32502 on or before September 32570. The names and ad- 32571, has possessory lien on
CASE NO. 07-432-CA FLORIDA ACCORDING T LOT 80: COMMENCE AT 954 233-8000 25 2007 and file the original dresses of the personal repre- all of the goods stored in the
REG SBANK, etc. THE PLAT RECORDED IN THE NORTHEAST CORNER 07-70684 with the clerk of this court either sentative and the personal prospective units above. All
REGIONS , pLAT BOOK D AT PAGE OF LOT 16, BLOCK 110 before service on the Plaintiff's representative's attorney are set ese items ofpersonal property
Plaintiff, 83 OF THE PUBLIC REC- FIRST CORRECTED AND 081807 attorney or immediately th- h below are being sold ursuan to the
v. ORDS OF SAID COUNTY. AMENDED PLAT OF 082507 er otherwise a default will be A assertion of the lie n Sepem-
WILLIAM M. MARTIN, et a., HOLLEY BY THE SEA, PLAT 8/908 . entered against you far the re- ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE r 5 007 at 9 m, in order
WILLIAM M. MARTIN, et al.,ANY PERSON CLAIMING BOOK C, PAGE 166C , lief demanded in the Foreclo- NOTIFIED THAT to collect the amounts due rom
Defendants. INTEREST IN THE SUR- SANTA ROSA COUNsure Complaint. ALL PERSONS ON WHOM you The sale will take place at
NOTIC AOF PLUS FROM THE SALE IF FLORIDA; SAID POINT BE- o iATHIS NOTICE IS SERVED 240 Berryhill Rd., Pace, FL,
TEPU RE A L.o ma co E oF FLORINUE S OU T BE- Legal 8/914 WHO HAVE OBJECTIONSc32571.
suant to iSu mare Ln Judgment PROPERTY OWNER AS OF SECTION OF THE WES IN THE CIRCUIT COURTcs oIlT Lcs 007
suantered in the a Sumar Judgm THE DATE OF THE LIS LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF MARY M. JITY OFTHEWILLTHEUALIF his sale complies with art
entered in the o f PENDENS MUST FILE A THE SOUTHWEST 14 OF FOR SANTY A ROCIV As Clerko theCourt NATIONS OF THE PERSONAL of Chapter 83 of the Florida
cause n the County, Florida, the CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 2 IISI FLO RIDA CIVIL CIRCUIT COURT SEAL REPRESENTATIVE, ENUE OR ute
Cl anta Roa oun t County will AFTER THE SALE. SOUTH RANGE 27 WEST - a N JURISDICTION ' OF 'TH1IS 2a
CekoSatRoaCutwilAND TH E SOUTH RIGHT OF CASE NO. By uBrany orris COURT ARE REQUIRED TO 082507
sell the proer, situa i you are a pe rson with a Dis Wo A N A OA 572007CA000576XXXXXX As Deputy Clerk FC ET REI R OBJECTIONS WITH 0 207
Santa Rosa Couny, Florida, de-o es- WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD 50 7 O
sarieas RbiltPies who need any accommo- NO. 399 (100 FOOT RIGHT US BANK NATIONAL ASSO 082507 THIS COURT, WITHIN THE 8/923
dation in order to participate inOFnWAY,,oTHENCE RUNC TH TEROFTHREET OFNTHE FIR
Desction or edthis proceeding you are entitled NORTH 7 DEGREES 41THEDATEOFTHEFIRST
-D-s-riponof Moropoer- at no cost to you to the provi- MINUTES 27 SECONDS MLMI CSURF TRUST SERIES P IA Io of THI N
and Prsonlsions of certain assistant please EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH Pa2007nB, DATICE O FR THIRTY DAYSOF AFTER
H2 om die:r85062386959iN3 itceto wicthine Cu r oev aiLegalU8/919 THE DATE OF SERVICEDOF A
Lo 20, Sandpiper illae Unit contact Susan Land at 6865 RIGHT OF WAY LINE FOR PIn egal/ COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON 1110
, Caroline Street Milton, FL 18.49 FEET TO A POINT OF vs Notice of S THEMOF THIS NOTICE ON 10
#1 bein aporion ofSection 357 850-983-1012 within CURVATURE OF SAID vs- Notice of Sale THEM. iSh er
25 and 16, Township 2 South ,2 da s, Publisher's
Range 29 West, Santa Rosa 2 tis menty of yolthi s at SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY COLLEEN SONNTAGU JHJ Pursuant to Subsection 5 of FL ALL CREDITORS OF THE DECE- Notic
County he re a acorde in lt T a a impaireda e LINE; THENCE RUN GULF COAST ENTERRISES Statute 713.78, Donna DENT, AND OTHER PERSONS Freedom Communica-
hepa eeo Trecordng Plt hearing or call NORTHEASTERLY ONT A INC TIGER POINT lLLAG Caiazzo, as authorized Title HAING CLAIMS OR D edo una-
BookC, Pae 160 of the Public 1-800-55-877. CURVE CONCAVE TO THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA- Specialist for Kell Recovery of MANDS AGAINST THE tons, Inc. dba Santa
SOUTHEAST (R= 1383.59TIt
Records ofanta Rosa County, Dated this10 day of August, FEET CHORD = 1056.81 TION INC.; UNKNWN TEN Santa Rosa County, will se to DECEDENT'S ESTATE ON Rosa's Press azee and
Florida�. 2007. FEET- CHORD BEARING OF ANT NHO. F;UNKNOWN TEN- the highest bidder for cash in WHOM A COPY OF THIS NO- the Santa Rosa Free
NO aTH 70 DEGREES 08 ANT NO. '2 and ALL UN- hand, subject to any liens and TWICE IS SERVED, WITHIN
The street address of which MA M KNOWN PATIES CLAIMING encumbrances the following ve- THREE MONTHS FTER THE Press reserves the right
The street ddss of OHNSON MINUTES 32 SECONDSTe at on s a TaSO ER t o E o csse
461 Sanibel Lane Gulf Clerk Of Te Circuit Court EAST) THRU A CENTRAL INTERESTS BY THROUGH, UN- hice at 1: M on 9-6-0 at DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- tocensor, rec
Breeze, Florida 3256COURT SEAL ANGLE OF44 EGREES54DER OR AGAINST A NAMED 04 E. 9 Mile Rd., Pensacla, TION OF THIS NOTICEMUST vise, edit or reect any
Breeze, FlorinyNda 3 b 'iso IR0U R S N E C4 G DEFENDANT TO THIS AC- FL 32534: FILE THEIR CLAIMS WITH THIS erisee ntnotor eet
at a Public Sale to the hhest By: BrandyNorris MINUTES 14 SECONDS TION OR HAING OR CLAIM- 1996 Oldsmobile COURT WITHIN THE LATER advertisement not meet-
bidder for c at the north Deputy Clerk FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF NG O HAE ANY RIGHT, T- VN#G3A55M9T6309087 OF THREE MONTHS AFTER ing its standards of ac-
front door of the Santa Rosa 7 SN T I TH EE TLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROP- Vehicle may be inspected 1 THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- cetance. Submission of
County Courthouse 6865 S.W. 0807 24 MIUTS 21 SECONDS ERTYHEREIN DESCRIBED, week prior, at lienor facility, CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR ertisement d no
Caroline Street Milton Florida 08507' EAT MAN THE SOUTH Defendants. 6023 Dogwood Drive, Milton, THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE risement does no
32570 on September 20, 8_903_________ RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF FL 32570. OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF constitute an agreement
2007 at 11:00 a.m. Legal 8/904 STATE ROAD NUMBER 399 NOTICE OF ACTION 82507THIS NOTICE ON THEM. to publish said adver-
An 100 FOOT RIGHT TO: COLLEEN SONNTAG 082507 ALL OTHER CREDITORS OF tisement. Publication of
in erst in the surplusAND FOR SANTA ROSA THE EAST RIGHT OF WA LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 8/917 THE DECEDENT, AND PER- an advertisement does
funds from the sale, if COUNTY FLORIDA LINE OF CRITTENDEN 3744 BENGAL ROAD Lgl89 SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR not constitute an agree-
an other than fthe prop- OBATE DIVISION RIE (PRIVATE FOOT GULF BREEZE, FL 32563 Legal 8/98 DEMANDS AGAINST ment for continued ubli-
57-2007-CP-208 RIGHT OF WAY)- THENCE Current Residence is Un- DECEDENT S
of the lis Pendens, must d Division:-B RUN SOUTH 0 DEGREES16 known PUBLIC NOTICE TO BID- LE THEIR CLAIMS WITH THIS cation.
file a claim within 60 days MINUTES 57 SECONDS ERS COURT WITHIN THREE -
after the sale. IN RE: The Estate of WEST ALONG SAID EAST tiYn to forecloseTIFIED that an ac- STATION OF SEALED MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF I---
RIGHT OF WAY LINE FOR io in g foreorsea prtg p g In SOLg H RAON oA THE FIRST PUBLIC ATION OF
Dated: August 9, 2007 WILLIAM G. DENNISON, 1112.18 FEET TO A POINT the following described prop- THIS NOTICE.
Deceased. OF CURVATURE OF SAID erty in Santa Rosa County, Flor- BILITATION
Mary M. JohnsonAY LINE ida: Sealed bids will be received by ALL CLAIMS AND OBJEC- 117
C eCircuit Court NOTICE TO CREDITORS THENCE RUN SOUTHEAST LOT 14, BLOCK H OF TIGER the West Florida Regional Plan- FOREVER BARRED. Fern aE pug Augs
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL The administration of the estate CAVE TO THE NORTHEAST POINT VILLAGE UNIT 2 AC- ring Council beginning August Female puR August
By: Brandy Norris of William G Dennison, De- R = 29.86 FEET CHORD = CORDING TO THE PLAT 29, 2007, until 80 epte0mber",h The date of the first publication near HAr P caal
Deputy Clerk ceased File N 2. FEET CHORD BEAR- T BOFK A ECORDED IN 2007, at 8,00 a.m.,at ofWillimG.time0hiTh
081807theCrcuitCPo208, s rendinian iNGEOF4 MIUTES 4D E PI RECORDS OF Opened and read aloud at the 98-46
U N WestForda Repional Olannin
082507 County Florida, Probate Divi- SECONDS EAST) THRUA l PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
sion, the address of which is CENTRAL ANGLE OF 90 DE- A Ste. Co , Pensacola, Florida AL RP EEAATHT Sheltie with dark mark-
Santa Rosa County Courthouse, GREES 08 MINUTES 20 has been filed against you and 3S514e for substantial rehabili- MCARTHUR
6865 S.W. Caroline Street, Mil- SECONDS FOR AN ARC as ren inaine y ou a tatn for the f allo hoaui 3 971 HIGHWAY 4 ins found on Twin Lakes
Legal 8/903 ton, FL 32570. The name and DISTANCE OF 46.97 FEET you . r fetrequid to serve a ts unde lon O JAY, FLORIDA 3256 Drhve. Please leave mes-
address of the personal repre- TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF copy of your written defenses, f units under the Santa Rosa , F A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF senative, who is an attorney WAY LINE OF CRIENDE to it on SMITH, HIATT & County SHIP program: ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL saqe if no one answers
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, duly licensed to practice in the DRIVE (PRIVATE, 60 FOOT Z PA. plaintiff's attorneys d d REPRESENTATIVE: 981-3418
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA Stale of Florida, are set forth be- RIGHT OF WAP)" THENCE whose a dress is P B l 6505 Cedarview Road, EP N T -31
COUNTY, FLORIDAlow.RIGHTSOUTHA89;DENCEES11438 Fort Lauderdale, FL Milton, FL 3J2570 SETH E, WRIGHT
CIVIL DIVISION All creditors of the decedent 51 MINUTES 23 SECONDS 33339-1438 das St t, Mil- SE2TH7 EVNR H 7T AVG
CASE NO.: 07000469CA and other persons having claims EAST ALONG SAID NORTH rm first date oub ton FL 350 R PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 32506
or demands against decedent's RIGHT OF WAY LINE FOR and file the origin with the 828 Welcome Road, TELEPHONE: ' 850) 454483
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL estate, including un-matured 370.07 FEET TO THE POINT Clerk of this Court either before Milton, FL 32583 fACSIMILE: (850) 456-5095 ,
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUS- contingent or un-liquidated OF BEGINNING- THENCE service on Plaintiff's atorneys or
TEE AND CUSTODIAN FOR claims, on whom a copy of this CONTINUE SOUH 99 DE- iseimediatealytthereafteri other Fior bidst clbe consideredall 082507
SOUNDVIEW HOME LOAN notice is served must file their GREES 51 MINUTES 23 wissadeault will be entered d cbids must include, all imize 090107
TRUST 2006-EQ1 BY: SAXON claims with this court WITHIN SECONDS EAST ALONG against you for the relief de- costs. totalbid cost .mustia e in 8/920'v-
MORTGAGE SERVICES INC. THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF- SAID NORTH RIGHT OF minded in the complaint or pe- ink and must he signed by tLe ga 8921..
AS ITS ATTORNEYIN-FACT, TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST WAY LINE FOR 100.00 ttitiaovera-n.o

RATED, AS NOMINEE FOR claims or demands against WEST FOR 100.00 ot t e Florida Re-anal -CP-od m
Plaintiff, PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- FEET THENCE RUN NORTH DATEDonu rements will not be consid- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
vs. TWICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE 0 DEGREES 08 MINUTES on August 17, 2007. eired West Florida Region il NFOR SANTA ROSA S
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY 37 SECONDS EAST FOR/ P W oida Rginal FO NT A F R OANI
HEATHER A. HENDRIX MORT- OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. 114.08 FEET; THENCE RUN /s/ MARY M. JOHNSON Panni Council as agent for COUNTY FLORIDA
GAGE ELECTRONIC RGISTRA- All other creditors of the dece- NORTH 89 DEGREES 46 As Clerk of the Court Sa.nt o ounty reserves the PROBAT DIVISIO 21
CIRCUIT COUT 2SEAL rigStto rejct any and all bids File No. 57-2007d C P 246 100 - Pets
TION SYSTEMS INCORPO- dent and other persons havin MINUTES 21 SECONDS CIRCUIT aiCOURT AL rBi ac e renmaybe obtained Division g 2i 110 - Pets: Free to
RATED, AS NMINEE FOR claims or demands aains WEST FOR D100.00 FEET Bys DepWatkinsy Cuath e Wes F ourida Re ionalGood Home
decedent's estate, inclding THENCE RUN SOUTH 0 DE- As Deputy ClerkPannng Council, RE: ESTATE OF 2120- Pet Spplies
Sunmatured contingent or GREES 08 MINUTES 37 if you are a person with a diso- ive Road, Ste. A, Pensacola,
un-liquidated claims, must file SECONDS WEST FOR IyoaolA2130-Farm Animals/
.. . their claims with this ourt 114.23 FEET TO THE bi'itwho needs any accom Florida 32514. Carol Ann James 2130- Far als alsl
teWITH 3l m THs Tr 1NOT RIHT O W TEmodation in order to participate Supplies
SITHIN 3 MON THS AFTER NOR TH RIGHT OF WAY in this proceeding, you are enti- A Pre-Bi d Conference will be Deceased. 2140 - Pets/Livestock
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- LINe AE OF CRITTENDEN d atl noo fto y t t t o
CATION OF THIS NOTICE, DRIVE fPRIVATE 60 FOOT 8d t to you. to the held on Wednesday Septem an
H/ ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED RIGHT OF WAY) AND THE provsion of certain assistance her 5, 2007, at 816 am. at NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- I " WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. POINT OF BEGINNING LY- lease contact the Clerk of the he West Florida Regional Plan-
ING IN SECTION 3 TOWN- Court's at 850-623-0135 ing Council, 408T E Olive The administration of the estate
The date of the first publication SHIP 2 SOUTH RINGE 27 6865 C-,,:1;..- Street, Milton, FL Road Ste. A, Pensacola, Flor- of Carol Ann James whose
(Th'lfrJ NV/ of this Notice is Augusti T ST, S ANGA RS 32570. It ... are hearing or Ida 32514. Attendance at the'date of death was july 25
S2007 COUTY, FLORIDA . vOice impaired call Pre-Bid Conference is manda- 2007, is pending in the C ircuit 1
TServin ,.g 81 00-955-87N71 AR. Court for Santa Rosa Countypod
PersonalRepresentatine.: ENEORH TFlorida, Probate Division, the CKC registered poodle
DavideL. Dens:Esuire KNOWNH As LOT T80, LEG-r submitted address of which is 6865 Caro- pups. Have shots and are
e F B e Dari o. 2 E49/ E WOrN O A 0T7orLa Eeona an- ne Stree Suite N, Milton Flor-h thcertt
3300 N. Pace Boulevard- Suite PLANNED UNITDEVELOP ida325700472. The ames
315 MENT BEING A PORTIOP 090107Road Ste. A Pensacola Flor and addresses of the personal 3 female, 1 male
Pensacola FL 32505 -OF SCTION 3 TOWNSHIP a h ida 325 T14. representative and the personal Mother also available
CallO 3 O 7 6625 pr resentative's attorney are set (2 1/2 years old, black
oan'swTrpacr �850) 43 h2407 2 SOUTH RANGE 22 Legal 8/915 Additional information maron. forh below. ' Oa $1 000
Dan's Tractor WEST, AND SANTA ROSA A obtained upon request a fhe TIcredtorso the n a l 25-52.00
081807 COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF West Florida Re ional Planning All creditors o thy d C. -
Wors 082507 c ' 9 ll 5-9 0 o
TOGTHorRks 082 50THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Council at 332-7976, exten on and other persons having claims 626-4558
Licensed Insured 904 TOGETHER WITH THAT IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA 237. or demands against decedents
a ree Legal 8/905 CERTAIN MOBILE HOME COUNTY, FLORIDA estate on whom a coy of this Cocker Spaniel
o c Tree LOCATED THEREON SE- CIVIL DIVISION 082507notice is required to e served pu e fo le Tails
ea e riactre NOTICE OF ACTION RIAL NUMBERS CASE NO.: 07-000714CA 082507 must kfile their claimswith this upes wormsan.
Dan rancisco-Owner BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURS- A JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF shots up to date. Call An-
A 8505298 ING NA THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
hCell;: 850-t529-8718 N hhas been filed against you and Plainiff, THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFgie at /48-5284 or Katie
H ome: 850-623-8697 IN RE: The license to practice coy of your written defenses vs Lega / TER THE DATE OF SERVICEOF a 261 3887 if no an-
nursing of wcin 30 days after Ihe first IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1ST COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON sewer leave message.
John W Garner, L.N. ublication, if any, on JERRY D. SUTTON, et al, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ANDT.
dz. 32583na~Slawiarski, Plaintiff's attorney, COUNTY, FLOR IDA All other creditors of the dece-
Milton,FaoridawhsadesD dent and other persons havin pups CKC $300 home
9119 Car NOTICE OF ACTION GNR , ,claims or demands against raised,be ready Aug 31
CASE NO.:.2007051D9 rate Lake Drive, Suite 3I0, DIVISIONd ecedent's estate must file'their 850-983-8991
Mr. Tree Service Tampa,.Floric , , .,Jand rile TO' CASE NO: 07-534-CA, claims withthiscourtWTH
Serving Santa Rosa & LICENSE NO.: 5145407 theartqinal sid.I.. ' ourtifcu I PAULA K. SUTTON MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF




























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Black powder gun for
sale $225. 994-9391


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TREK 2200
Road Bike





Light as a
weather.
Flies down the
road!
Like new. $700 obo.
Please note, the ad pre-
viously said TREK
2000. That was wrong.
This baby is a 220011
Call Tom, 368-1603


nume health agency
based in Crestview, Flor-
ida has the following po-
sitions available:
4 Physical Therapist
SOccupational
Therapist
Physical Therapist
Assistant
SOccupational
Therapist Assistant
: Home Health Aid
� RN
+ LPN
The above positions will
be working in the Milton,
Pace, and Gulf Breeze
areas.
We offer excellent bene-
fits and compensation
package with 401K and
tuition reimbursement.
OKALOOSA
REGIONAL
HOME HEALTH
Attn: NOMC Human Re-
sources
151 E. Redstone
Crestview Florida 32539
850-682-9244, Fax
850-689-8470
Email: hr nomc@chs.net
NOMC is an Equal Op-
portunity Employer/Drug
Free Workplace.


EMPLOYMENT
4100 - Help Wanted Help Waned
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs Mture front des
4120 - Sales Mature front desl
4130 - Employment with good peop
Information Medisoft and
skills helpful.
Call 995-5773

100 Lawn/Landscape


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person with good people
*SEALED BID* skills. Medisoft and medi-
1992 YALE cal skills hel ful.
FORKLIFT Call 995-5 73
1863.2 hours running
time. In working conh-_ Cable Modem Phone
tion sold as is, no guar- Installers. Independent
antee no warranty Forklift contractor position avail-
may be viewed with prior able. Must have truck,
arrangements at the Eglin great pay.
Main change on Eglin (all:565-0589
AFB. Sealed bids will be
accepted until
9/11/07, 1 PM CST Drivers
Minimum Bid $1000
For more information
Contact Christine Cook CARRIERS
850-678-6842 X 221


NEW I TODAY

*SEALED BID*
1996 YALE
FORKLIFT
2381.1 hours running
time. In working condi-
tion sold as is, no guar-
antee no warranty. Fork-
lift may be viewed with
irior arrangements at the
glin Main Exchange on
Eglin AFB. Sealed bids
will be accepted until
9/11/07, 1 PMCST
Minimum Bid $2000
For more information
Contact Christine Cook
850-678-6842 X 221


NEW r1gA0
*SEALED BID*
1996 YALE
FORKLIFT
5669.7 hours running
time, In working conda-
tion sold as is, no guar-
antee no warranty. Fork-
lift may be viewed with
prior arrangements at the
glin Main Exchange on
Eglin AFB. Sealed bids
will be accepted until
/i 1/07, 1 PM CST
minimum Bid $2000
For more information
Contact Christine Cook
850-678-6842 X 221
Massey Furgeson
135 Tractor. 35 h.p. gas
motor, new water pump,
good oil pressure, with
ox blade. $2,700 or
best offer. 995-9321 or
Cell 982-5353


The NW Florida Daily
News is looking to fill
several regular routes
and on-call substitute
openings in the follow-
ing areas:
* Shalimar

* DeFuniak

* Crestview

Call Darrell
682-5608

000000
* Sandestin

* Walton Co.

* Okaloosa
Island
No phone calls,
please.
All positions require
valid driver license,
clean driving record,
dependable transpor-
tation and proof of auto
insurance.
Applications accepted
on - Fri 9am- 4pm,
200 NW Racetrack Rd,
Ft. Walton Beach. No
phone calls.
NORTHWtST FLORI0A




News


k person
ple skills.
medical


Local Landscape
company hiring
dependable employee.
Competitive pay '&
bonuses. 25-40 hrs
week. Must have own
transportation. Serious
inquires only!
Call 995-0228, leave
message.


The Heritage of
Santa Rosa
Committed to
Caring

Dietary Cook
Full-time
Part-time

Laundry
Full-time

Apply within
5530 Northrop Road
Milton Florida, 32583
(850)-983-8888 .
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co


Wastewater
Operators
City of Gulf Breeze
FL: Requires a minimum
Class "C" license. Start-
ing pay range is $14.00
to $16.00 per hour
based on license and
experience. EOE
For further information
please contact Jason
SRandell at
(850) 232-9700


ana compensation!
Primerica Financial Ser-
vices, A Citi Company
call Margarita
850-626:7188

NEED MORE
MONEY? Escape The
Rat Race Today
www.home
businesswonder.com


X-Ray Tech
needed for orthopae-
dic office. Please con-
tact Michelle atof
626-1461 or fax re-
sume to 626-3161.


INESS & FINANCIAL
5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend



SSoo100


An
Entertainment
Company
Seeking serious
investors
For a fall concert proj-
ect. $50K & up
needed. 20-40% imme-
diate return. At a large
venue. 443-864-6539
or email
sosweetent@verizon.net






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on Stewart Street $300
per month. Warehouse
sTace available also.
24-8337


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1. Source of the Blue Nile
5. Pub order
8. Own (Scottish)
11. Encourages
13. Gulls
15. Tackle the quarterback
16. Edward _, author
17. Type genus of the
Anatidae
18. Domesticate
19. General Robert E. __
20. Woman (French)
22. Nasal cavities
24. Go quickly
25. Employee Stock
Ownership Plan: abbr.
26. Chadic
29. Back talk
32. Extinct flightless bird
of New Zealand
34. Highly excited
35. Cobra used by Pharaohs
as a symbol of their
power over life and death
36. Got up
39. Pirate's liquor
40. Short-billed rails
43. Steal
44. - Holds sacred stone
47. __ Dhabi, Arabian capi-
tal
48. Cause injury with a knife
49. Common tool having a
toothed blade for cutting
50. Turkish leaders' titles
51. Pubs
52. College army
54, Sound of understanding
56. Alike


|- 6100
Milton Warehouse.
Several sizes to choose
from. Over 1,000 sq ft.
$650 month. Smaller
warehouse spaces availa-
ble. 324-8337



Milton
2/2 duplex
large living room with
fireplace, cathedral ceil-
ings, utility room with
washer & dryer hookup,
walk-in closets, kitchen
and dining with stove,
fridge, dishwasher and
panry. Good location in
Timberwood off Berryhill
rd. 1 yr lease. To see
and apply call 994-9772
Milton
FOR RENT
Apartment
2bd, 1 bath. No Pets.
Water/trash pick-up in-
cluded. Washer/Dryer
hook-up.
Call 983-2969


6110 6140

2 Bedroom 1 bath du-
Pace plex in nice neiqhbor-
2BD/1 BA brick 3-plex hood in Milton.-Washer,
all ceramic tile.tove, dun- ryer and microwave in-
fridge, dishwasher, lau- eluded. $610 per month:
dry room, grass cutting, $600 deposit. 384-2076
water. car inc ;rn~


Non-smoking
$575/month call
626-2928




The All New!
Jay

Apartments
FULLY RENOVATED
ONE, TWO, AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS
NOW AVAILABLE
W.A.C.
850-983-6995


59. Black tropical American
cuckoPo esu
60. 'The __ of Aquarius"
63. Aid
64. Long, fluffy scarfs made
of fur or feathers
66. Political plot
68. Refer to
69. Organization that
approves food: abbr.
70. Cubes of meat marinated
and cooked on a skewer
71. _kosh, near Lake
Winnebago
72. Fluid that seeps out of
trees
73. Famed astronaut,
Nathan

DOWN
1. Afrikaans
2. Capable
3. The compass point that is
one point E of NE
4. Dined
5. Wings
6. Local Area Network: abbr.
7. Eliminates, as with a pen-
cil
8. Robert _, poet
9. The highest point of
something
10. Supplements with difficul-
ty
12. Partial: prefix
14. Egyptian goddess
15. Grogginess
21. Plateaus
23. Gangrenous Inflammation
24. An ugly, evil-looking old
woman


East Milton
2/BR 1/BA totally re-
modeled. Washer/dryers
$690/mth $690/deposi1
983-9061


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


Milton
3/BR 2/BA some utili-
ties included.Off of Pine
"Blossom Rd. $950/mth
449-0457


26. Author of the 2nd Gospel
of Christ
27. Largest known toad
species
28. Material bodies
30. Volcanic mountain in
Japan
31. Supports mine roof
33. Main artery in the heart
37. Glide
38. Falloffs
41. A fabric woven from goat
and camel hair
42. __ B. Anthony, American
feminist
45. A white or colorless min-
eral (BaSO4) used as a
main source of barium
46. Absent Without Leave:
military abbr.
48. Small Business
Association: abbr.
50. Down's partner in cross-
words
53. A profane state
55. Not very sophisticated
or interested in culture
56. New England river
57. Wading birds of warm
regions having long, slen-
der, down-curved bills
58. Methodist: shortened form
59. As fast as can be done:
abbr.
60. Swedish rock group with
hit album entitled "Gold"
61. Jail
62. Czech River
65. American Dental
Association
67. Sound that expresses


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Pest control/termite tech,
to handle Santa
Rosa/Escambia Co. route.
Stable, good driving record,
team player. Exp. helpful but
will train right person.
623-5558





Toy/gift/fudge shop and mail
order catalog business in in
Downtown Milton is seeking
several positions. Need are
customer service reps,
cashiers, shippers and book-
keeper. To request application
Email servicee' mypolkadots.com


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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


ooo Jeep "CLICK THE TIRES' M 140 6170
EN DMilt Dode o Milton
MODEL YEAR END MitonDdge.com 87 North Clean 2 BR Front kitchen
2BR/1BA Mobile Home. total electric, screened in
Water & arbage in- porch. East ate Mobile
cluded. N'o Pets. Home Ranc r 626-8973
CLEARANCE -Peat -. RPM
Do You Want 300/deposit.
Ulti oote aPte O375/rent.
UltimatePiecenOf 675-6614 16X80 3 BR/2 BA.
Mind? Only rcChrysler I ETotal Electric. Dish-
Give You That n Milton washer, built in stenrio,
Your NewVehicle. 2BD/1BA brick home in etc. Eastgate Mobile
YorNewehi._ areat neighborhood. Home Ranch. 626-8973
Nonsmoker and no pets.
5401 Alabama Street
$525.00 Call 623-3281 2/1 Trailer for rent
. Milton Private lots, non-smoking
S"" . _ , ".o....... 3/1 Newly remodeled environment, nopets, ref-
No pets/No smoking. erences and credit check
Water & lawn care in- required.Central
cluded. heat/air, total electric.
$785mo/$600dep $300 deposit $400 per
(850)994-7982 month rent
Milton 572-2477
3BD/1BA
$400.00mo/
400.00dep Central Chumuckla
H/A W/D hooh-up, new Mobile home for rent
BonwinAdows. W3 bedroom in Chumuckla
Bonusah6731 West walker area. 994-2877
NEW DODGE CHARGER Street (850)623-2136
207DODGE CHARGER East Milton
Was: $25,920, Auto, Sun/Sound Group, 3.5 High Output! #56-07019 s2/1 Mobile Home
610 on private lot.
---0 J 4432 Gentry Farm Road
Milton Total Electric


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I Prices aterall rebates& incentives. ^ 0% (36 months on eR. mn60 son n iCharger) + cosnoc is in lieuo aven se pnce.
WAC All vehiclessubjectto priorsole. Plustax,togfeesond$269pre-deliveryservicecfargeonallvehicles.WA.C Pictuesoare
for illustration purposes only Dealer not responsible for typographical errors. Sole prices good on day of ad. +See dealer for copy
ol limited woanty & details. Non-transterrble &excludesSRT, Diesels, Sprinte Ram ChassisCab, & certain fleet vehldes


Share 3BD/2BA home
with CH/A utilities paid,
washer & dryer. Please
call in evenings
232-6875
Milton
Room for rent
$300/mo includes ca-
ble, telephone, utilities,
washer & dryer. Call
before 1 p.m.
(850)626-1305


S617
Milton
2BD/1BA water and
garbage furnished.
r550 per month with a
550 deposit
554-2388 or 983-1725
MOBILE HOMES for
rent call for pricing and
availability
850-983-1091 or
850-368-7506
North Milton
2/BR 1/BA aon private
lot. 6521 Hunter Street.
$525/mth
200/deposit. No Pets.
Total Electric.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


Pace
3/2 14x70 Mobile
Home $625/mth
$300/deposit. No pets.
Total electric. Off Guern-
sey Rd. Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


$500mo/$250dep L
No pets KISSIMEE, FL
Bay Crest Realty ARDA
994-7918 LABOR DAY
WEEK
2 bedroom villa at
Milton Westgate Resorts minutes
from Disney World and
For rent with option to other attractions. Week
buy14x70 3/1 2004 of September 2-9, 2007.
or 2005 model . East Please call (850)
Gate Mobile Home 581-0539 for more de-
Ranch. 626-8973 tails.


RE ESTATE FOR SALE
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








Have
Challenges?
Damaged Property,
Relocation, Divorce,
Behind on Payments, In-
heritance, Probate,
Bankruptcy, Problem
Rental, Medical Bills,
Retirement, Need to
Move, Need Cash
many others. I can Help
yo CALL NOWII
�850) 221-2269
o Realtor Fees!
BUBBA BUYS HOUSES


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i1ni bltorage, UUoat &
RV parking in Navarre
100C, occupied. $285K
Call 582-9285
Space for lease. Retail I 8110 -
or office. High traffic Buick Park Avenue,
area. 5217 and 5215 1999 V-6, automatic,
Dogwood Drive Holmes every option, dual com-
Plaza. Call 623-6184 fort zones, new Michelin
Milton. tires, low mileage, mint
condition. White with
gib rey leather interior.
Greatgaas mileage.
I 150 $695M00 Private owner
983-2296 or 206-4008
Avalon Beach ___ _ __


'O7 PONTIAC G6
Auto, A/C, Air Bags AM/FM,'CD w'6 Speakers,
Rear Defog, PL, & More' #P7060

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98 OLDS 88
NICE CAR.........................................$4,995*
99 FORD WINDSTAR SE
LEATHER.........................................$6,450*
04 KIA SEDONA
#X2709A .......................................$6,495*
04 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
SPORTY ..........................................$9,450*
99 DODGE HI-TOP CONV. VAN
1-OWNER, 69K MI, LOADED .............$9,995*
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*
03 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER
PW, PL ..........................................$11,995*
01 CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS
44K MILES, #U5817......................$13,495*
02 GMC YUKON SLT
3RD ROW SEAT...............................$13,985*
03 ACURA RSX
ONE OWNER.................................$13,985*
03 GMC YUKON
SLT .............................................$14,995*
05 PONTIAC MONTANA
LEATHER, DVD ...............................$15,982*
05 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB
SLT ..............................................$17,435*
04 TOYOTA SOLARA SLE
40K MI.........................................$17,995*
06 HONDA ACCORD LX
21K MI..........................................$18,495*
06 HONDA CIVIC 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..........................................$24,535*
03 GMC 3500 CREW CAB DUALLY DIESEL
#T71 15E2.....................................$26,395*
06 GMC YUKON DENAU XL
NAVIGATION, SUNROOF...................$35,495*


4 lots available.
Stones throw to the boat
ramp. Great fishing.
(850)626-9910
Milton
14'x66' mobile home
for sale 2BD/2 full baths
(one with garden tub),
dishwasher. Call to see.
623-3799
Milton
Commercial
Westgate, Whitina Field,
commercial lot. $50,000
Agricultural
Beautiful, high & dry
11 /2 acres pasture land
$110,000
(850)626-2159
Pea Ridge
100'x 50' lot in
established subdivision.
Landscaped fenced on
3 sides 2 blocks off
Hwy 96. $75,000.
Call 995-4542"


7160
East Milton
Almost 1/2 acre with
12x65 mobile home,
septic tank, power pole,
water meter. A fixer up-
per. Great for rental
property or to live in.
great properly. Home
needs some repairs.
$30,000
(850)479-9252
Milton
3BD/2BA Doublewide
for sale.
Price $62 500.00.
Owner will finance with
$10,000 down.
Ask for Don Cumbie
626-8959 or 373-6788
Milton
FOR SALE
Land with 2 mobile
homes with 4 inch well.
Can be seen at
5065 Pheonix Drive
623-3799
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
2...OFF AVALON
2BD/1 BA, covered entry,
all electric, CH&A with
water and garbage
included. $400 month
$300 deposit. 623-2567
or 623-8753 (4306)
Milton
Affordable 3BD/2BA
mobile home on a beauti-
ful lot in Milton. Possible
owner financing.
Call Anni Tompkins
Cardinal Realty
(850) 637-5611
Milton
Reduced price.
Mobile Home with 2 lots.
Buy one and sell the
other. $60,000.
623-8565


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Ford Focus ZX3
2003
AT, PW, PL, 46K mi.
Custom paint, body kit.
Lowered. 17' rims, ex-
haust, 6 disc CD. So
wouldn't believe itl!!
This car is SWEET!
$8750 obo. Call 850
934-5610
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048



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
Ford F350 Diesel-1999
3 axle, 2 car trailer-2001
Call between 8am-6pm
850-712-1925


8140
Take over
Payments!
Ford Freestar
2004
65K mi. AC, power eve-
rything. Red. Serious in-
quiries only, please.
Make Offer! I Call
499-5847



1978 KZ 750
2-cylinder
Too much to list many
new parts $1000 obo.
2005 Yamaha PW50
Motocross Paid $1100.
Asking $650 obo.
623-8942
2004 Honda Aarow
5k miles $4,900.00
(850) 626-8921
Harley Davidson
Road King, 2005. Black
12,000 miles. Nice ex-
tras $11,800.00
(850) 995-0127

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2007 Winnebago
Elite 32 ft. Gray and
White. Back-up camera.
1500 miles. Brand New.
Used 4 times. $70,000.
626-1564


Find Your

Name & Win
Finml youu name in the Classified
.� Sectonr o Wednesday's or
Saturday's Press Gazette and you

win $5.00 and 1-Free Adult Buffet & Drink
from CiCi's Pizza.
Bring proof of Identification by our Milton
"' office before the date of next publication and
pick up your money & certificate

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6629 Elva St., Milton - 623-2120


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Milton
3/BR 2/BA with large
fenced in backyard and
workshop. Nice subdivi-
sion, 6560 Imperial
Drive Milton. $129,500.
MYRICK Props. Inc. Call
Billy @ 512-5445
Milton
Lakefront, 2BD/1.5BA
brick with new
roof/windows on
1 acre. 1,028sf living
area $137,000
5524 Whisper Lane
(850) 995-1373 or
(850) 449-8424
Pace
Complete Renovations
4469 Pine Villa Circle.
3/BR 1.5/BA
$115,000.
850-983-6613
Pace
1.84 acres, 2026SF
Cavalier, 20 min to
P'cola, Navarre, Milton.
3bdrms/2bath, LR, den
w/fireplce large eat in
kitchen. $114,900.
Cardinal Realty
Carman Resmondo
850-261-5890





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7190
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 e-mail:
glewiscont@hotmail.com







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RECREATIONAL
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
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