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SATURDAY

SeODtember 29. 2007


Adkison faces an



October trial date


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@ srpressgazette.com
A trial date has been set in
the case of Dana Adkison, a
former manager at the Santa
Rosa County Tax Collector's
Office, arrested last year for
allegedly stealing public
funds.
Adkison, who entered a
plea of not
guilty and
has been
out on

stand trial n
o n
October
29. _-
The
charges
are grand
theft in the Adkison
first
degree, and unlawful financial
transactions.
Though prosecutor, Russ
Edgar, could not quote the
exact amount Adkison is said
to have taken, he did say such
a charge reflects an amount of
$100,000 or more.
Deposit slips and receipts
indicate the money was taken
during a period of time span-
ning January 2003 to
November 2005.
If convicted, Edgar says,
guidelines prescribe a minimal
permissible sentence of at
least six years and a maximum


of 60 years in a state prison, as
decided by a judge.
As to why this case has
taken so long to go to trial,
insiders say it's common for
such a case to drag out as the
investigation proceeds, the
prosecutor, builds his case,
depositions are taken, and
continuances are filed by both
the state and defense.
Adkison was, at the time
of her arrest on January 5,
2006; a 13-year veteran with
the Tax Collector's Office.
Suspicions about the long
time employee were first
raised on November 10, 2005
when Tax Collector, Robert
McClure says, "The bank
called Dana to say the money
in bank deposit bag did not
balance with the deposit slip."
McClure indicates that
Adkison allegedly found a
flaw in the computer software
that no one else was aware of.
He says at least 45 other
counties use the same soft-
ware and are very interested in
the outcome of the case.
McClure is careful to
point out, even the most effi-
cient security does not com-
pletely preclude someone who
is determined to beat the sys-
tem from attempting such a
crime.
Since this incident, how-
ever, McClure says his office
See ADKISON Page 9A


Atchison now in



federal custody


O Assistant U.S.
Attorney expected
to undergo mental
.health evaluations
By DUSTY RICKETTS
Florida Freedom Newspapers
GULF BREEZE - The
assistant U.S. attorney arrest-
ed last week in Detroit in a
child sex sting has been
moved to a federal prison and
is under surveillance after his
attempted suicide attempt.
J.D. Roy Atchison has
been moved to the Federal
Corrections Institute in Milan,
Mich., and placed under sui-
cide watch, said Kevin Pettit,

Correction:
An article in the Sept. 26
edition of the Santa Rosa Press
Gazette regarding The RV
Outlet contained incorrect
information.
Due to an error the story
stated Lee Cook had previously
worked as sales manager for
Leisure Time RV and
Carpenter's Campers. This was
not correct.
While Cook worked at both
establishments he did not hold
that position.
The paper regrets the error.

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a spokesman for the U.S.
Marshals Service's office in
Detroit.
Atchison had been held at
the Sanilac
County *t,.
Jail until
Thursday .
morning,
when he

hang him-
s e 1 f .
Fellow w
inmates
stopped
him. Atchison
He is
expected to undergo psycho-
logical evaluations following
his suicide attempt, Pettit said.
Atchison, 53, of Gulf
Breeze, was arrested Sept. 16
at Detroit, Metropolitan
Airport after traveling to
Michigan on the belief he was
going to have sex with a 5-
year-old girl. He has pleaded
not guilty to attempted entice-
ment and coercion, aggravated
sexual abuse and travel with
intent to engage in illicit sexu-
al conduct.
Atchison was placed on
suicide watch after his arrest,
but it was lifted at the request
of his lawyer, James C.
Thomas.
From Aug. 31 to Sept. 13,
Atchison chatted online
"almost daily" with a Macomb
County, Mich., Sheriff's
Department detective posing
as the mother of the girl
Atchison planned to have sex
with, according to an FBI affi-
davit.
During at least one point
in his discussions with the
detective, Atchison implied
that he had had sex with a
child before and that he would
not harm her daughter.
"I can be absolutely sure (I
won't hurt her); just gotta go
slow and very easy is how;
I've done it plenty," the affi-
davit says.


Money for


Main Street


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Friday morning dawned a new day for the Main Street Milton organization after they were given $5,000 by the Santa Rosa County
Commissioners following a 3-2 vote during Thursday's regular meeting. Two days earlier the commissioners had worked out a budg-
et plan eliminating any funding to the organization.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay

I Commissioners change '08 Budget by 3-2 vote;

Main Street Milton earns five state merit awards


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@ srpressgazette.comn
Main Street Milton is rid-
ing a newfound wave of suc-.
cess.
After budget meetings
held by the Santa Rosa County
Commissioners it looked like
the year was going to be very
bleak, but at Thursday's regu-
lar meeting of the Santa Rosa
County Commissioners that
all changed.
By a narrow 3-2 majority
the commissioners agreed to
give Main Street some money
that had been completely
removed from the budget,
Commissioner Bob Cole
asked to add an item to the


Administrative Committee's
agenda to discuss Main Street
Milton.
He opened -e .-i .eu-ssion
to seek a $5,000 budget allot-
ment from the county to Main
Street to help them in the
upcoming year and pointed
out the budget could get a lot
tighter next year.
"I was concerned at first
about budgeting any money
for Main Street Milton
because I thought the city did-
n't fund it," said Cole. "But I
have learned they do fund it
through other services."
In last year's budget a
total of $50,000 was budgeted
by the county with $25,000


going to Main Street and
$25,000 going to aid with the
Farmer's Market.
"We funded the Farmer's
Market with seed money in
the beginning and that is how
some things turn into annual
items," said Cole. "But with
this seed money something
better sprout soon or it may be
needed to be moved some-
where else."
The commissioners under-
stood Main Street wanting the
Farmer's Market to be down-
town to help attract people,
but for some reason the farm-
ers do not appear to be sup-
porting it.
"Someone needs to find


Deputy suspended for Taser


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
A local law enforcement
officer with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Department
is on paid administrative leave
after using a taser on a minor,
while in police custody.
The subject, 17 year old
Amanda Rangel of Milton,
was arrested on August 14 of
this year for obstruction of
justice, a first-degree misde-
meanor.
While at the Santa Rosa
County Jail, according to the
incident report, she repeatedly
failed to comply with authori-
ties and was tased by Deputy
Davis Eugene Goodwin II.
Now, Rangel's family has
obtained legal counsel which
is advising them on the matter.


Stephanie Dyson,
Rangel's mother, says she
feels the officer had alterna-
tives such as pepper spray, or
placing her daughter in a hold-
ing cell or isolation room.
The official taser policy
for the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department states
the burden of proof for justifi-
able use of the taser lies with
the officer.
The arrest report indicates
officers, including Goodwin,
first encountered Rangel at a
residence where they had gone
to serve a warrant on an indi-
vidual named Brandon Szuck.
According to the Sheriff's
Department, officers asked
Rangel, who answered the
door, if Szuck was at home.
She told them he was not and


went back inside.
The report goes on to state
Goodwin and other officers,
"heard loud sounds coming
from the residence as if some-
one was trying to hide."
Rangel appeared three
minutes later and reasserted
that Szuck was not present.
Shortly after this the
owner of the home arrived and
granted police permission to
search the premises, at which
time Szuck was discovered
hiding in the attic.
Both Szuck and Rangel
were taken into custody. The
Sheriff's Dept. states it is stan-
dard procedure to bring juve-
niles to the Santa Rosa County
Jail for booking before trans-
porting them to the juvenile
See TASER Page 9A


out why the farmers are not
getting involved," said Cole.
"Or it could just be a simple
fact of the market outstretch-
ing its usefulness.
"It could just be a'sifiple
case of moving the farmer
more to the customer by
changing location."
Commissioner Don Salter
pointed out there is not a per-
manent structure for the farm-
ers to operate under.
"I have talked to Mayor
(Guy) Thompson and some
others about the fact we may
need a permanent structure for
the market," said Salter.
"Maybe down the road the
See MILTON Page 9A


Brock charged with DUI manslaughter


N Case was second DUI related accident in two months


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Florida Highway Patrol
arrested a Milton man on
Wednesday on charges stem-
ming from a wreck that
claimed his wife.
Jerad Christopher Brock,
22, of Milton, surrendered to
FHP Troopers and was
charged with DUI
manslaughter and DUI prop-
erty damage in connection
with a wreck that resulted in
the death of his wife, Jessica


Brock in Harold on July 22.
Brock's blood alcohol
content was determined to
be between 0.159 and
0.160.
Jessica S. Brock, 21, of
Milton was pronounced dead
at the scene of the accident,
which occurred near the
intersection of Miller Bluff
Road and Hoppy Road.
According to a report
released by the Florida
Highway Patrol, Jerad C.
Brock was driving his 1995


Dodge Stealth north on
Miller Bluff Road.
He traveled across the
southbound lane and onto
the west shoulder of the road
striking a wire fence and
pine tree.
Brock continued north
crossing Hoppy Road and
then struck a street sign and
power pole before spinning
counter clockwise and over-
turning.
When the car overturned
Jessica Brock was ejected.


She was not wearing a
seat belt at the time of the
accident according to the
FHP Report.
Jerad Brock suffered
minor injuries in the crash,
which was investigated by
Corporal Michael J. Tucker.
He was taken to Santa
Rosa Hospital for treatment.
FHP officials report
Brock is being held without
bail in the Santa Rosa
County Jail pending his first
court appearance.


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County Taser

usage policy
What follow s are
excerpts trom the official
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department Taser
Policy.
The 'ADVANCED
TASER is an additional law
enforcement tool and is not
intended to replace
firearms, other intermediate
weapons or empty hand
techniques.
The ADVANCED
TASER is a conducted
energy device and may be
used to control dangerous
or violent subjects when
deadly force does not
appear to be justified and/or
necessary; or attempts to
subdue the subject by other
See POLICY Page 9A


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Business Review


The RV Outlet makes fall recreational '"get


away" travel activities an attractive alternative


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@ srpressgazette.com
Fall in all its glory has
descended on the Gulf Coast.
The cool, comfortable
temperatures and the opportu-
nity to rediscover the out-
doors, through camping or
travel, go hand in hand for the
casual or the serious recre-
ational enthusiast.
Now that Mother Nature
has provided the opportunity,
let The RV Outlet provide the
means.
If you're one of those itch-
ing to "get away" for a few
days, a weekend, or a week or
so, but who doesn't have the
knowhow to go about accom-
plishing it, you're in luck. Lee
and Carla Cook, along with
their competent crew at The
RV Outlet, located at 5787
Highway 90 in West Milton,
have an RV-load of answers
and will be happy to share
them with you to the fullest
extent of their resources!
First, you'll need a travel
trailer or RV. The RV Outlet
can help with that.
Second, you'll need plans
that include a destination, and
things to do when you get
there. Fortunately, The RV
Outlet can help you with that
as well.
Finally, about those reser-
vations you may have about
striking out on your own, The
RV Outlet can also help you
soothe any fears you may have
about "fitting in" when you
embark on a pioneering jour-
ney!
Aside from the half mil-
lion dollars in inventory The
RV Outlet has in store on its
West Milton complex, the
amenities offered are part of
their customer service pack-
age that meets or exceeds the
offerings of any business of its
kind, anywhere, period.
And at The RV Outlet,
customer service will always
come first, according to both
Lee and Carla who are veter-
ans of the trade and have
found it to be the first line of
defense, or offense, 'if you
will, for any successful busi-
ness. It begins at the point of
contact when a customer visits
The RV Outlet lot.
And it doesn't end with
the sale. Lee and Carla will
continue to answer questions
and provide service on your
trailer for as long as you
desire.
You see, both Lee and
Carla Cook, who established
their first RV outlet in Dothan,
Alabama, have a passion for
people as well as the RV busi-
ness. And they go much fur-
ther than the proverbial mile
to insure that those who shop
for and buy RVs are personal-
ly satisfied, for satisfaction is a
product just as much as the RV
itself.
Lee believes that it's not
just showing a buyer a trailer
and filling out the paperwork,
but finding a product that fits
the customer as well. The cus-
tomers who purchase the RV
will be happier and will enjoy
their trips to a much greater
extent if the RV fits both their
needs and their desires.
It's understood that cus-
tomers who shop for RVs have
a specific need and certain
anticipations about what they


The entire staff at The RV Outlet is dedicated to the ultimate quality of their vehicles and the personal sat-
isfaction of their customers. Honesty, integrity, and commitment are mainstays there, but you'll never find
a charge for them on your bill. Left to right are Lee Cook, Carla Cook, Jennifer Adams, Christy Maxwell,
Ken Cook, and Roger Hobbs.


want. And in this regard, Lee
and Carla strive to provide a
personal touch in that they
make every effort to pair the
customer with the trailer that
fits their specific needs and
wishes.
RV customers will find
themselves in "RV paradise"
when they visit the lot on
Highway 90. The RV Outlet is
a Cherokee dealership, featur-
ing not only the high-end
Standard Flagstaff line, but
mid-lines, including the
Cherokee high-end and the
Wolf Pack, all by Forest River.
It won't take a customer long
to identify with the slogan,
"Cherokee leads the pack!"
The RVs on display at The
RV Outlet are incredibly beau-
tiful. And those who haven't
had the time or the inclination
to examine the late models
will be pleasantly surprised to
find they not only have all the
comforts of home, but many
that the home doesn't even
feature.
The Cherokee Lite offers
you a complete home on
wheels and is innovatively
designed to make towing and
hauling easier for both you
and your vehicle. They are
light weight but are built with
the same solid construction
that the Cherokee Standard
and Wolf Pack models feature.
And the Flagstaff's floor
plans will make you wonder
why you don't own one
already. Different models, of
course, offer varying features,
but all offer an abundance of
sleeping options, counter
space, and storage. They make
it easy for families to stretch
out and include all the things
their activities require.
The Wolf Pack is known
throughout the industry as
"Bigger and Better," a feature
that's clearly shown in the
industry's largest picture win-
dow. You're entitled to enjoy
where you're at, and with
Wolf Pack you easily see all
your surroundings.
They only offer non-
motorized, or towable, RVs at
The RV Outlet, and Lee says
he has no plans to include
motorized vehicles at the deal-
ership. And 90% of the inven-


tory on the lot can be pulled
with a half-ton vehicle. That
makes them even more attrac-
tive to area vacationers.
Just to measure the extent
of their popularity, RVs are
among the possessions of 1 in
12 vehicle owning households
in the United States today.
That, according to the
Recreation Vehicle Industry
Association (RVIA), makes as
many as 8 million households
with an RV.
If you think that's note-
worthy, try this on for size.
Karin Manning, in an article
written for the RV industry,
says RV vacations are more
affordable than travelling by
cruise ship, commercial air-
line, or personal car. And a
study conducted by another
consulting firm estimates that
a family of four can spend up
to 74 percent less when travel-,
ling by RV, factoring in own-
ership costs and resulting tax
benefits.
"Regardless of gas prices,
RV owners still get a bigger
bang for their buck when com-
pared to other types of vaca-
tions," says Richard Coon,
RVIA president.
"Affordability is a key reason
why RV travel appeals so
much to families."
Actually, there are any
number of reasons why RV
anticipators, as well as RV
current owners, should go by
and talk with the experts at
The RV Outlet. The RV Outlet
is a full-support establishment
for RV trailer owners.
"We service what we
sell," Lee said, "and we have
many parts in stock for fast
assistance.
Lee's 27 years of experi-
ence in the RV industry make
him, without doubt, an author-
ity in the RV field.
You can trust Lee and
Carla and the whole staff at
The RV Outlet. Honesty,
integrity, and the courtesy and
respect the customer should
expect are included for free in
every sale. Give them a call at
(850) 623-1200 if they can
furnish more .information or if
they can be of service in
answering any additional
questions.


IN THE UNITED STATES
DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE NORTHERN DIS-
TRICT OF FLORIDA
PENSACOLA DIVISION
CASE NO. 3:02CV21 -
LAC
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KAREN LINDSEY f/k/a
KAREN KLINGLER,
MICHAEL F. LINDSEY
and ASSOCIATES
FINANCIAL SERVICES
OF AMERICA, INC.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN THAT UNDER
AND BY VIRTUE OF A
JUDGMENT OF FORE-
CLOSURE RENDERED
IN THE ABOVE-STYLED
CASE ON MAY 27, 2002,
BY THE UNITED STATES
DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE NORTHERN DIS-
TRICT OF FLORIDA, IN
FAVOR OF THE PLAIN-
TIFF, THE UNDER-
SIGNED, APPOINTED IN
SAID DECREE, WILL ON
THE 3RD DAY OF OCTO-
BER, 2007, AT 12:00
NOON, IN FRONT OF
THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE
DOOR IN THE CITY OF
MILTON, FLORIDA,
OFFER FOR SALE AND
SELL AT PUBLIC OUT-
CRY TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER, THE FOLLOW-
ING DESCRIBED PROP-
ERTY, SITUATED, LYING
AND BEING IN SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA:
See Attachment "A"
SCHEDULE A


COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST QUARTER
OF SECTION 21, TOWN-
SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE
28 WEST, SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA;
THENCE GO NORTH 00
DEGREES 43 MINUTES
00 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE EAST LINE
OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST QUARTER
OF THE AFORESAID
SECTION 21 A DIS-
TANCE OF 1340.10
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
DEPARTING THE
AFORESAID EAST LINE
GO SOUTH 89
DEGREES 30 MINUTES
50 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 239.16
FEET TO THE EAST
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
BUFORD LANE (6,0'
R/W); THENCE GO
NORTH 00 DEGREES 29
MINUTES 10 SECONDS
WEST ALONG THE
AFORESAID EAST
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINEN A
DISTANCE OF 105.30
FEET; THENCE
DEPARTING THE
AFORESAID EAST
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE GO
NORTH 89 DEGREES 30
MINUTES 50 SECONDS
EAST A DISTANCE OF
238.74 FEET TO THE
AFORESAID EAST LINE
OF THE NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST QUARTER;
THENCE GO SOUTH 00
DEGREES 43 MINUTES
00 SECONDS EAST
ALONG THE AFORE-
SAID EAST LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 105,30 FEET
TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. THE
ABOVE DESCRIBED


PARCEL OF LAND IS
SITUATED IN SECTION
21, TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 28
WEST, SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
CONTAINS 0.59 ACRES.
SUBJECT TO all restric-
tions and reservations of
record; all easements
and rights of way of
record; and the lien of all
unpaid taxes and assess-
ments.
FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION CON-
CERNING THE ABOVE
PROPERTY CONTACT
ASSISTANT U.S.
ATTORNEY PAUL ALAN
SPROWLS AT (850) 942-
8430. ALL SALES ARE
SUBJECT TO CONFIR-
MATION OF THE
COURT. METHOD OF
PAYMENT IS BY
POSTAL MONEY
ORDER OR CERTIFIED
CHECK MADE PAYABLE
TO THE U.S. MAR-
SHALS SERVICE. TEN
PERCENT OF
HIGH/ACCEPTABLE BID
IN CERTIFIED CHECK
OR CASHIER'S CHECK
WILL BE ACCEPTED
WITH THE BALANCE
DUE WITHIN 48 HOURS.
NO CASH WILL BE
ACCEPTED.
DENNIS A.
WILLIAMSON
United States Marshal
Northern District of
Florida
BY: /s/ Tamara Dunnivant
Tamara Dunnivant
U.S. Marshals Service
DATE: 8-27-07
091507
092207
092907
100607
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Obituaries / Community


SPEAK



OUT
KASEP


Wednesday, 6:44pm
Hi this is Jerry again. I
see the DOT is picking on the
local farmers. My grandfa-
ther told me long ago, "you
never bad mouth a farmer
with your mouth full." Now,
we have law enforcement try-
ing to keep these people from
making a living to feed us.
This is terrible. If they can let
school buses full of kids run
red lights to go to football
functions, why can't they do
something about watching the
roads and let these people
make a living?
Law enforcement has
really become great big busi-
ness now a days. It's a money
thing. It used to be for the
care, control and security of
the public.
We need to look at these
people and we need to
remember when it comes time
to vote, why we're voting,
and when we build local jails
they're for local inmates.
County: local government
- not federal government. I
could go on but I'm going to
stop there. Thank you.

Wednesday, 9:10am
Hi, my name is Mary and
I think it is a shame that DOT
would give a ticket for $1000
for a tractor being on the road.
If the tractors can not get from
the road to their field they can
not harvest their produce and
the vegetables that we need
for our town. The ,price is
going to go up if you keep
giving them tickets.
I think if you want to give
tickets you should get the
Highway Patrol up there to
catch the people that are in
such a hurry to get around the
tractors, and speeding - give
them tickets; not the tractors.
They're trying to do their jobs
just like anyone else.

Wednesday, 8:51am
Hi this is Jesse. I'm call-
ing about the ridiculous abuse
the farmers are getting. They
can't fly from field to field.
All they can do is use the back
country roads. They're not
using Highway 90 or
Interstate 10.
They're already in bad
enough shape without fining
them, and it's going to make
the produce go up at the store.
I think they've been suf-
fering enough the way the
weather's been the last couple
of years. Thank you.


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


Slade, Marlene
1936 - 2007

Marlene Slade, age 71,
life-long resident of Pace,
passed away on Tuesday,
September 25, 2007 at a local
hospital after a brief illness.
Mrs. Slade was born to
Willie Brooks Lee and Jessie
Mae Ard Lee in Pace, on
March 15, 1936.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, her hus-
band-Rupert Slade and an
infant son-Chris Slade.
She was a life-long mem-
ber of Bible Baptist Church
of Pace.
Mrs. Slade is survived by
her three sons-Jeffrey
(Marybeth) Slade of Jay,
Randy (Michelle) Slade of
Pace and Gary Slade of Pace;
three grandchildren-Ashley,
Kristen and Cory.
Funeral Services were
held at 11 a.m. on Friday,
September 28, 2007 at the
Lewis Funeral Home Chapel
in Pace with Rev. Danny
Brock officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in the Serenity
Gardens Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
ing.
The family received
friends from 5 p.m. until 7
p.m. on Thursday, September
27, 2007 at the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel in Pace.

Whitley, Deborah
Helms
1952-2007

Deborah Whitley, age 55
of Crestview, Florida, passed
away peacefully at North
Okaloosa Medical Center in
Crestview on Saturday,
September 22, 2007. She was
born September 4, 1952 in


Milton, FL to Mary Helms
Kuethe and the late Earl M.
Helms, Sr.
Deborah is survived by
her loving husband-Henry
Wade Whitley: two sons-
Jason Dale Cruse (Laura) of
Crestview and Matthew
James Whitley of Panama
City; her grandchildren-
Chase and Blake of
Crestview; her brother-Earl
"Dink" Helms; sister-
Twana Banning of Milton,
FL; Kenneth Kuethe of TX;
Kermit Kuethe of LA; Karen
Houser of Milton; and Kim
Locklear of MS.
Deborah was a longtime
member of the Fort Walton
Beach Corvette Club and a
close friend to all that knew
her. After raising her chil-
dren, Deborah fulfilled her
life-long dream of touring
Europe with her husband.
She was greatly loved and
will be dearly missed.
Funeral services were
11:00 a.m., Wednesday,
September 26, 2007, at Lewis
Funeral Home Milton Chapel
with Rev. Fred Rogers offici-
ating. Burial followed in
Serenity Gardens with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Active pallbearers will be
Micael Banning, Jeff Helms,
Harvey Hanson, Roger
Hibbs, Kermit Kuethe, Jim
Gillis, Jim Roberts, and
Roger Goodman.
Honorary pallbearers will
be Paula Barto, Sheri Breil,
Gail Kent, Marilyn Oest,
Lana Wallace, Sharon Raley,
Tammy Carter, and Betty
Hibbs.

Cook, James Lewis
1942-2007

James Lewis Cook, age
64, of Milton, passed away on


Tuesday. September 25, 2007.
Mr. Cook was a native of
Bishopville, SC and had
resided in Milton for the last
10 years. He was a retired U.S.
Navy Petty Officer First Class
with 22 years of Service. He
was also a retired U.S. Postal
Service Letter Carrier with 20
years of service. He was an
active member of the First
UMC of Pensacola choir. His
parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Cook preceded him in death.
Mr. Cook is survived by
his wife of 11 years-Pam
Cook of Milton; six sons-
Rick W. Finch of Pensacola
Beach, FL, James D. Cook of
Chester, VA, Brent (Melanie)
Finch of Houston, TX, Eric W.
(Melissa) Cook of Seffner, FL,
Allen Finch of Orlando, FL,
J.D. (Stancie) Diguillio of
Laurel, MS; seven grandchil-
dren-Devin Diguillio,
Zachary Cook, Logan Finch,
Gavin Finch, Madison Finch,
Addison Diguillio, Tristen
Diguillio; two sisters-Mary
Lula Jones of Marietta, NC,
Peggy Sox of Lexington, SC;
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Cook were 10:00 a.m., Friday,
September 28, 2007 at First
United Methodist Church of
Pensacola with Dr. Wesley
Wachob and Rev. Geoffery
Lentz officiating. Visitation
was from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.,
Thursday, September 27,
2007, at Lewis Funeral Home,
Pace Chapel.
Active pallbearers were
his sons. Burial will be in the
Barrancas National Cemetery
with full Military Honors. In
lieu of flowers, please make
donations in Mr. Cook's mem-
ory to the First UMC of
Pensacola, 6 E. Wright St.,
Pensacola, FL. 32501 or The
National Kidney Foundation
of Florida, Inc.


Deputy's diligence saves a life


A Santa Rosa Sheriffs
deputy who thought she might
be following a drunk driver
ended up saving a man's life.
A Milton man, John Rollo
(60 years ,old), was, driving his
truck and was called in by a cit-
izen as a possible drunk driver.
Deputy Anna Lewis began
to travel east on Highway 90
from the Sheriff's Office and
saw Rollo heading in her direc-
tion.
Reports say Rollo was
going, about 25 - 30 mph and
drifting from -one edge of the
lane to the other. Rollo then
drifted towards Lewis and
Lewis had to swerve to the
right to avoid Rollo's vehicle.
Lewis then turned around to
get behind Rollo to initiate a
traffic stop.
Before Lewis could get
Rollo pulled over, she
observed Rollo almost hit
another car head-on.
Lewis got behind Rollo
with her emergency lights on,
but Rollo did not pull over.
Lewis then activated her siren a
few times; however, Rollo still
did not notice her. As Rollo
stopped for fhe light at Hwy. 87
S, Lewis let the siren wail con-
tinuously until Rollo finally
pulled over. The final traffic
stop was at the corner of Hwy.
90 and Hwy. 87 South in the
construction area of the south-
bound lane.
. Lewis approached Rollo
and asked for his driver's
license and told Rollo the rea-
son for the traffic stop.


Milton resident John Rollo (right) thanks Santa Rosa Deputy
Anna Lewis for her quick response that saved his life.
Submitted photo


Rollo had difficulty locat-
ing his driver's license, insur-
ance card, and registration.
Lewis says she could not smell
any odor of alcohol nor did she
observe any obvious physical
signs of intoxication.
Lewis asked Rollo to step
out of the vehicle. After having
Rollo perform the horizontal
gaze nystagmus task, Lewis did
not believe that Rollo was
intoxicated. Lewis started ask-
ing Rollo medical questions
which revealed that he was dia-
betic. Lewis started asking
Rollo about the last time he ate
and the last time he took his
medications. Lewis then
requested that EMS respond to
their location to check Rollo's
condition.
EMS personnel arrived on
scene. They tested Rollo's


blood sugar level, and the
instrument only read' "high."
Sheriffs officials'say both para-
medics told Lewis they had
never seen that happen before.
Lewis had already called
Rollo's wife at this point, and
Rollo wanted to wait for her to
get there. The paramedics
stressed to Rollo the impor-
tance of riding with them to the
hospital, but Rollo did not want
to go with them. All emergency
personnel continuously urged
Rollo to go, but he kept insist-
ing that we wait for his wife.
After waiting over ten minutes
for her, Lewis was finally able
to convince Rollo that he need-
ed to go with the ambulance.
Rollo is now fine and very
appreciative of the sheriff's
office and deputy who helped
* him.


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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-
emor@myflorida.com


Federal Government


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


School Government

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


City Government

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


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Saturday-September 29, 2007


Today In Jay


Peanut Festival, a week away


- J USl 111 illim 101 It is hard to believe that
T hanksgi i g the Peanut Festival is only a
Thanksgiving week away. It will be the
18th annual on Saturday,
* No Drugs Oct. 6 and Sunday, Oct. 7.
As always, it will be held at
* Eat Real Food the Gabbert Farm, located at

* Recommended By Road, about 4 1/2 miles
Many Doctors south of Jay, off Hwy. 89,
right behind Golden Peanut
Start NOW Company. The admission is
free, as is the parking. It is
To Change Your Life! held in memory of Melissa
Caroline Gabbert.
Call Us' There will be plenty of
peanuts, green, boiled,
S* I roasted, fried, and candied,
-e *99 ,6 40 grown by our Santa Rosa
County farmers.
There will be live music

1-10: Davis Highway to Avalon Boulevard
Reevaluations and Interstate Access Studies

PUBLIC NOTICE
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) invites you to attend a public information workshop on
proposed improvements to Interstate 10 in Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties. The workshop will be held
October 4, 2007 from 6:00 - 7:00 PM, at the Cokesbury United Methodist Church, 5725 N. 9th Avenue,
Pensacola, FL 32504. This will be an open-house style meeting and a project video will play continuously.
Project staff will be available to answer questions informally and written comments will be accepted throughout
the meeting.

Proposed improvements include six- _ -
laning about seven miles of Interstate -_ - -
10 from east of Davis Highway to m I
Scenic Highway in Escambia County
and from the Escambia Bay Bridge to nta-,I / j
east of the Avalon Boulevard ' _ _/_ STUDYC. "i'�./ .
interchange in Santa Rosa County. \ -"""'- CORRIDOR ;
There will also be discussion about ,'
the possibility of a new interchange at
9th Avenue. \

The workshop is being held to inform the public of the project's progress and to receive input. Your attendance
and any comments will be appreciated. Anyone who may need special accommodations under the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990 should contact Greg Vaughn at 850-575-1800, 1901 Commonwealth Lane,
Tallahassee, FL 32303, or e-mail GAVaughn@pbsj.com at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting. For
additional project information, please contact Greg Vaughn (at the number above) or FDOT's District 3 Public
Information Director Tommie Speights toll free at 1-888-638-0250, extension 208, or email
tommie.speights@dot.state.fl.us. The public is also encouraged to visit the project's website,
www.il0reevaluations.com.
This project is being developed in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Act of 1968.
Under Title VI and Title VIII of the United States Civil Rights Acts, any persons) or beneficiary who believes
they have been subjected to discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability,
or familial status may file a written complaint with the Florida Department of Transportation's Equal Opportunity
Office in Tallahassee or contact the District's Title VI/Title VIII Coordinator.
Central Office: Florida Department of Transportation, Equal Opportunity Office, 605 Suwannee Street, MS 65,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0450. Telephone number is (850) 414-4747.
District 3: Florida Department of Transportation, District 3, Title VI/VIII Coordinator, P. 0. Box 607, Chipley,
Florida 32428-0607. Telephone number is (850) 638-0250, ext. 520.


Festival Entertainment


Saturday, Oct. 6
9 to 10 a.m. - Muskogee Boys
10 to 11 a.m. - Rolling Tide
11 to 12 noon - Buddy Bell &
Friends
Noon to 1 p.m. - Southern
Classic
1 to 2 p.m. - Southern Sound
2 to 3 p.m. - Sawgrass Revival
3 to 4 p.m. - Bertrand Sisters


and . entertainment both
days. Saturday will be a
mixture of music and song,
Sunday will be a church
service, at 9 a.m., followed
by gospel music all day. We
will have a lot of bands this
year!
There will be arts, crafts,


A sweet


side dish


for dinner

Kitchen Korner

Magic Apples

Core apples (about 1'
of peel removed from
around the middle).
For each apple:
1 to 2 tablespoons of
brown or granulated
sugar,
1/4 teaspoon butter or
margarine
dash of cinnamon

Place apples in
saucepan. Fill center of
each apple with sugar,
butter, and cinnamon.
Pour water to depth of
1/2". Cover. Cook until
almost tender, about 8
minutes; then remove
cover and cook until ten-
der, turning apples once in
the syrup to glaze.


4 until - Cher Lynn Bragg

Sunday, Oct. 7
9 to 10 a.m. - Church-Rev.
Earl Green
10 to 11 a.m. - Judy Gallant
11 to 12 noon - Linda Bird
Noon to 1 p.m. - Jenny Corley
1 to 2 p.m. - Muskogee Boys
2 to 3 p.m. - Sawgrass Revival


antiques, new items, several
rides, games, a moon walk,
wagon rides, hay rides, pony
rides, horse show, bubble
gum contest on Sunday, pig
chase, rock-climbing wall,
grist mill, pet dress-up
parade and contest on
Sunday, and an anvil shoot.


Legion will NOT
meet
The Edeker-Dubose Post
121, Jay, and its Auxiliary will
NOT meet at 7 as planned.
The meetings are canceled
because the Legion will be on
the Agenda at the Town


The Dixie Darters Drill
Team will perform with their
horses on both days.
There wil be a large dis-
play of antique tractors and
farm-related equipment.
The 1930s Farm Museum
will be open, as well as the
antique shop. The featured
antique tractor will be John
Deere.
There will be plenty to
eat and drink. Homemade
ice cream, funnel cakes, cot-
ton candy, apple dumplings,
snow cones, fruit smoothies,
coffees, lemonade to name a
few of the desserts. And, we
will have blooming onions,
kettle korn and other special
delights. The variety of
foods and beverages are
many.
So come, bring a chair
and stay awhile!


Council meeting at City Hall,
that evening.

Chamber meeting
The Jay Area Chamber of
Commerce will meet Monday,
October 1 at 12 noon at the
Jay Community Center. Lunch
will be served.


Jennifer Johnston, Chumuckla and Bagdad Elementary Schools
accepting supplies. Johnston was one of the Milton Woman's
Club Women In The Arts honorees in 2007 and their club adopt-
ed her and filled five baskets with supplies for her two schools.



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The public answered the
request to provide needed art
supplies for Santa Rosa
County School District teach-
ers and students as part of the
Santa Rosa Art Association's
2nd Annual Art Works. A
reception was held on
Thursday, September 20 at the
Milton Clubhouse and teach-
ers, who sent in their requests,
were presented with brightly
colored boxes filled to over-
flowing with those requests.
Teachers who requested
and received supplies this
year include: Jennifer
Johnston. Chumuckla and
Bagdad Elementary Schools;
Sara Mathews, Central High
School; Tammy Chisenhall,
Holley Navarre Primary
School; Janie Seal, SS Dixon
Primary School; Julie Bragg,
Pace High School; Alicia
Taylor, Oriole Beach
Elementary School: Vicki
Ford, King Middle School:
and Kenya Longmire, Milton
High School.
The goal of Art Works is
to enable teachers to plan
projects and assist students in
creating a wide variety of art,
by supplying some of the
much needed art supplies that
are used by school art depart-
ments. The GFWC Milton
Woman's Club's Art
Department also joined this
year's program as a sponsor


Central High School's Sara
Mathews accepts her supplies.
and hosted the reception.
Joining the Art Association
this year as a Corporate
Sponsor was Pensacola's
Barnes and Noble
Booksellers. The -oject was
also supported in part by a
grant received from the Santa
Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation.
A big Thank You to the
businesses, organizations and
individuals who supported
this year's project. Be sure to
watch for details on how you
can be involved in 2008.
For more information on
the Art Works program or
Santa Rosa Art Association.
contact Jan Dempsey at 850-
623-3711.


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Viewpoints


6A Saturday, September 29, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


OUR VIEW



Children, our



greatest treasure

There is an old African truism that says, "It takes a village to raise
a child".
That proverb still holds true today, maybe even more so than it ever
did in the past. The state of Florida is faced with an escalating problem
and there is no immediate relief in sight...without your help. Everyday,
not only in Florida, but in every state, children are removed from their
homes because of abuse, neglect and abandonment.
There are nearly 500.000 children in the United States legally avail-
able for adoption and 1,600 of them are right here in Florida. In
Northwest Florida alone, there are nearly 500 children in foster care.
The number of children that need shelter and the actual number of beds
available for those children are so exponentionately out of proportion
that it is frightening.
Imagine if you will, being 16 years old, a typical teenager with
younger siblings, parents, a pet, your own room, your own music, your
own clothing, your own car and your own job, heading off to school,
eagerly awaiting what the day holds. Somewhere around fifth period,
you get a note from the front office saying you need to gather your
belongings, you are being checked out.
When you get to the office, thinking someone is playing a joke on
you, you are met by an agent of the court advising you to go with them.
You begin asking what is going on, where are you going, is something
wrong? You are given devastating news that will forever change your
world: You are being taken into protective custody, not to return home,
but leaving your car, your job, your girlfriend/boyfriend, your siblings,
your parents, your music, your pet and your clothes behind for an indef-
inite period of time. You feel like you can't breathe and you want to
throw up at the same time, but this is not a joke, a dream or a cruel
prank, this is your reality.
When a child goes into care, his/her whole world is turned upside
down. Many of the children do not have a lot of the social and coping
skills or even the resources a lot of other youngsters are fortunate to
have. After the trauma of being ripped away from everything they have
ever known sets in, reality once again slaps them in the face as they
arrive at their temporary destination.
There, despite people trying to help them, they are faced with the
fact that life must go on. Appointment with unfamiliar physicians, attor-
neys, judges, counselors and law enforcement officers begin. They're
asking questions and trying to help you, but it is all so frightening.
Being relocated to a new city, a new county, a new school and a new
church is overwhelming and downright frustrating.
When you awoke that morning and got ready for your day, you
never imagined it would turn out this way.
What about Homecoming?
What about Prom?
What about practice?
As adults, we have our favorite pair of jeans, our favorite shampoo,
our favorite television station, even our favorite brand of fabric soften-
er. As a child in care, you may be shuffled.to any available placement.
There are so many different rules at the new places and it is hard to keep
them all straight. Instead of hearing the voices of your brothers/sisters
down the hall, you hear those of complete strangers. And while they are
doing their best to help you through this crisis, you are angry -angry
at everyone around you. grieving at the loss of what once was your life.
You're grieving over the fact you have no freedom and no family;
you have nothing that is yours except, maybe, the clothing on your
back.
. As the proverb states, "It takes a village to raise a child." You can
take ownership in the village and do your part to help a child. Volunteer
your time, energy, resources and ideas by fostering these children. You
can make a difference. Many of the children who enter into care do not
do so because of something they have done, rather because of some-
thing that has happened to them.
The children of today are the adults of tomorrow. They will be
teaching our children and grandchildren; policing our streets; building
our houses; cashing our checks at our banks; waiting on us at our
favorite restaurant and maybe even taking care of us when we need
such attention. We are not only investing in their future, but in ours.


Milton, Florida


Vol. 100, Number 51


A MINORITY VIEWPOINT




The global warming hysteria


Despite increasing evidence that
man-made C02 is not a significant
greenhouse gas and contributor to cli-
mate change, politicians and others
who wish to control our lives must
maintain that it is.
According to the Detroit Free
Press, Rep. John Dingell wants a 50-
cents-a-gallon tax on gasoline. We've
i | a i heard such calls
before, but there's a
O new twist. Dingell
also wants to elim-

tax deduction on
S7 what he calls
"McMansions,"
homes that are
3,000 square feet
and larger. That's
WALTER because larger
homes use more
energy.
One might wonder about Dingell's
magnanimity in increasing taxes for
only homes 3,000 feet or larger. The
average U.S. home is around 2,300
square feet, compared with Europe's
average of 1,000 square feet. So why
doesn't Dingell call for disallowing
mortgage deductions on houses more
than 1,000 square feet? The reason is
there would be too much political
resistance, since more Americans own
homes under 3,000 square feet than
over 3,000. The full agenda is to start
out with 3,000 square feet and later
lower it in increments.


Our buying into global warming
hysteria will allow politicians to do just
about anything, upon which they can
muster a majority vote, in the name of
fighting climate change as a means to
raise taxes.
In addition to excuses to raise taxes,
congressmen are using climate change
hysteria to funnel money into their dis-
tricts. Rep. David L. Hobson, R-Ohio,
secured $500,000 for a geothermal
demonstration project. Rep. Adam B.
Schiff, D-Calif., got $500,000 for a
fuel-cell project by Superprotonic, a
Pasadena company started by Caltech
scientists. Money for similar boondog-
gles is being called for by members of
both parties.
There are many ways to reduce
C02 emissions, and being 71 years of
age I know many of them. Al Gore
might even consider me carbon neutral
and possibly having carbon credits
because my carbon offsets were made
in advance. For example, for the first 15
years of my life, I didn't use energy-
consuming refrigerators; we had an ice-
box. For two decades I listened to radio
instead of watching television and
walked or used public transportation to
most places. And for more than half my
life I didn't use energy-consuming
things such as computers, clothes dry-
ers, air conditioning and microwave
ovens. Of course, my standard of living
was much lower.
The bottom line is, serious efforts to
reduce C02 will lead to lower living


standards through higher costs of liv-
ing.,And it will be all for naught
because there is little or no relation-
ship between man-made C02 emis-
sions and climate change.
There's an excellent booklet avail-
able from the National Center for
Policy Analysis (ncpa.org) titled "A
Global Warming Primer." Some of its
highlights are:
"Over long periods of time, there
is no close relationship between C02
levels and temperature."
"Humans contribute approximate-
ly 3.4 percent of annual C02 levels"
compared to 96.6 percent by nature.
"There was an explosion of life
forms 550 million years ago
(Cambrian Period) when C02 levels
were 18 times higher than today.
During the Jurassic Period, when
dinosaurs roamed the Earth, C02 lev-
els were as much as nine times higher
than today."
What about public school teachers
frightening little children with tales of
cute polar bears dying because of
global warming? The primer says,
"Polar bear numbers increased dra-
matically from around 5,000 in 1950
to as many as 25,000 today, higher
than any time in the 20th century."
The primer gives detailed sources for
all of its findings, and it supplies us
with information we can use to stop
politicians and their environmental
extremists from doing a rope-a-dope
on us.


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An Artistic Thank you
FM: Jerry C. Cummings

Dear Editor,

Santa Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation's "Get A Taste For Art - A
Chocolate Extravaganza" stimulated
much more than the sense of taste on
Aug. 25. The event brought out art sup-
porters from all over the area - and the
foundation would like to extend thanks
to all those who participated in any way
to the success of our annual fundraiser.
Each and every person who sponsored,
donated or just showed up knows the
value of art and culture in our commu-
nity - from its economic impact to the
educational treasure that art brings to
Santa Rosa County. We thank you - we
thank you!
The easy listening jazz performed
by the Pendleton Duo Plus and the mag-
nificent singing of Tim Kennedy of
Pensacola Opera definitely stimulated
the sense of hearing. And the interpre-
tive dance by SWERVE along with art
displays, beautiful decorations prepared
by board member Toni New assisted by
Denise McDonald of The Open Rose.


As for the sense of feel, all you had
to do was run your hand over the hand-
sewn quilt made by Nancy Cole or the
beautiful pottery bowl make by Brenda
Stokes that were part of the silent auc-
tion.
The annual fundraiser was Aug. 25
at Santa Rosa County Auditorium and
drew rave reviews from attendees. It
also raised about $4,000 for SRACF,
the official art agency for Santa Rosa
County. The money will go toward a
new brochure explaining the founda-
tion's mission - to promote arts and cul-
ture in the county - and promoting var-
ious programs of the foundation such as
providing grants to arts and cultural
organizations, Riverwalk Arts Festival,
Santa Rosa Celebrates the Arts Student
Art Festival, Dragonfly Gallery and
numerous art classes.
Also, some of the funds are expect-
ed to be used for track lighting in
Dragonfly Gallery to better display
artists works and for other improve-
ments to the gallery.
Among the attendees were County
Commissioners, Gordon Goodin, who
served as master of ceremonies, and
Bob Cole and their wives; Judge
Robert Hilliard and his wife Lisa;


Kimberly Blair, Santa Rosa County
Bureau chief for the Pensacola News
Journal, and her husband, artist Steve
Blair; Milton City Councilman
Clayton White and his wife, Betty, and
dozens of other county residents.
In addition to the food, art, music
and dance, one of the highlights of the
evening was the annual fudge contest.
Huge contributions of food, time
and services were made to the event by
Denise and Charlie McDonald of the
Open Rose, Steven Bryant of Steven's
Market Deli and the Blackwater
Pirates. There were many silent auc-
tion items donated to the Santa Rosa
Arts and Culture Foundation and the
bidding was exciting - everyone went
away happy and with items that they
loved. The door prize was donated by
Becky Gibbs, a Dragonfly Gallery
artist who displays her pottery there.
Thank you to all these people and
organizations who were such an inte-
gral part of the success of our event:
PLATINUM SPONSORS
Mayor Guy Thompson, Open
Rose, Santa Rosa Jewelers, Tom &
Ann Scott, Blackwater Pyrates, Inc.,
WEAR TV - Channel 3, Ameriprise
Financial, Pendleton Duo Plus,


Swerve Dance Company, Tim
Kennedy - Pensacola Opera, Doris
Somerby, Publix, Sam's Club, WEBY
Radio 1330 AM, Steven's Market
Deli, Toni New, and Denise
McDonald.
ART SPONSORS
GFWC Milton Woman's Club,
Byrd & Paula Lou Mapoles, Southern
Wine and Spirits, Peggy Gale,
Blackwater Pyrates, Nathan 'Woolsey,
Becky Gibbs, Brenda & Marty Stokes,
Tops Appliance, Copper Possum
Antiques, Santa Rosa Chamber of
Commerce, Main Street Caf6,
Manatees Restaurant, Richard's Oar
House, Texas Road House, Ace's
Restaurant, Village Inn, Sharon
Holley, Nancy Cole, Joe Potter,
Panther Computers, Claudine Kriss,
Melinda Giron, Deborah Voizon,
Panhandle Community Theatre,
Signature Catering, Larry Frazier, Del
Scott, Linda Koehler, Elaine
Woodward, Jan Shelby, Jan Rich, Ruth
Gump, Betty White, Delma Stewart,
Blake Riley, Lyle Burkett, Rudy
Pendleton, Vivian LaMont, Joey
Allred, Mallory Bardwell, Mary &
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Community


Magnolia Center
is seeking recipes
for cookbook

The Magnolia Center in
East Milton, is currently
seeking favorite recipes for a
cookbook that is being com-
piled for Christmas. The dif-
ferent categories are:
Appetizers & Beverages,
Soups & Salad, Vegetables &
Side Dishes. Main Dishes,
Breads & Rolls, Desserts,
Cookies & Candy and This &
That.
The recipes may be hand-
written (must be legible) or
typed.
Include with the recipe,
name, city and state (which
will be included in the cook-
book).
Deadline for all recipe
submissions is Saturday,
October 20th.
Please mail the recipes to:
Cookbook Recipes, c/o
Magnolia Center, 5292
Richburg St., Milton, FL
32583 or email:
MERCA2007@bellsouth.net
with 'Recipes' in the subject
field
For more information,
please call the center at 850-
623-8900.

Public Workshop on
Billboard Regulation
changes to be held

The public is invited to
attend a workshop to com-
ment on a proposed change
to the Santa Rosa County
Land Development Code
related to billboard spacing,
which would allow bill-
boards to be spaced 1,000
feet apart on Highways 90,
87, 98 and Avalon
Boulevard. The workshop
will be held on Tuesday,
October 9 at 6 p.m. in the
commission meeting room
located at 6495 Caroline
Street in Milton.
If approved by the Santa
Rosa County Board of
Commissioners, the amend-
ment to the Land
Development Code will
decrease the amount of
required space between bill-
boards, from 2,000 to 1,000
feet apart. The change
would align the county's
development code with the
Florida Department of
Transportation's regulation
of 1,000 foot spacing.
The public is encour-
aged to provide input by
attending the public work-
shop or by sending written
comments via fax, e-mail, or
mail by October 9 to:
Beckie Faulkenberry, AICP
Director, Community
Planning, Zoning and
Development Division,
6051 Old Bagdad Hwy.,
Suite 201, Milton, FL 32583
or Fax: (850) 983-9874 or
E - m a i 1 :
beckief@santarosa.fl.gov

Local pizza place
offers fundraiser

CiCi's Pizza, located at
5070 Hwy. 90 in Pace, will


be hosting a fundraiser for
Sims Middle School from 5-
8 p.m. on Tuesday, October
2nd. CiCi's Pizza will
donate 10% of the sales to
help the school. They will
also host a fundraiser for Pea
Ridge Elementary School
from 5 to 8 p.m. on
Thursday, October 4th. They
will donate 10% of the sales
to help the school. Please
come out and help support
these events.

Chili and Pastry
competition

A Harvest Festival is
being planned for Faith
Baptist Church. It will be a
2-day event to begin Friday,
Oct. 5 (4 to 9 p.m.) and con-
tinue on Saturday, Oct. 6
from 11 to 8 p.m. Tickets
will be 500 each to use for
the over 20 game booths and
concessions that will be set
up. A competition for the
best homemade Chili will be
held on Friday. Those who
would like to enter a pot of
chili need to have the chili in
a crock-pot and be present at
3:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 5. A
panel of judges will decide
the winners for 1st, 2nd and
3rd place. All food entries
will become the property of
the festival and sold in the
concession booth.
On Saturday, baked
goods will be judged, There
will be two categories -
cakes and pies. Registration
begins at 10:30 a.m. on
Saturday, Oct. 6 for those
who would like to enter their
best home-made cake or pie.
Judging will take place and
the winners for 1st, 2nd, and
3rd will be announced.
Faith Baptist Church is
located at 6423 Hamilton
Bridge Road, on the corner
of Dogwood Drive, (Hwy.
89). For more information,
call 623-8207.

SRC Tourist
Development
meetings

The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development North
End Committee will meet
Thursday, Oct. 4 at 8:30 a.m.
at the Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce, 5247
Stewart St., Milton.
Attendance is open to the pub-
lic.
The October 17th Board
of Directors meeting of the
Santa Rosa County Tourist
Development Council has
been cancelled.

Pastor
Retirement
announced

Covenant Church of God
is announcing the retirement
of their pastor, Reverend &
Mrs. Benny M. Turner
tomorrow, Sunday,
September 30. Special serv-
ices begin at 10 a.m. The
church stated that they have
been blessed and are thankful
for the many years of service
that Pastor Turner has served


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ty. Those who know the pas-
tor are welcome to attend this
special service. Call 994-
1273 for more information.

Harold ES seeks
recipes for cookbook

All those that attended
the Harold Elementary
School from 1924 until 1963
are invited to add a recipe to
their cookbook that is being
put together for the next
year's reunion. Time is run-
ning out, so please mail your
recipes as soon as possible.
Mail to Barbara Daily, 5940
Hamilton Bridge Rd, Milton,
32570. The next Reunion is
planned for August 2008.

City of Milton
meetings

The City of Milton's
City Council will meet in
Executive Session on
Monday, Oct. 1, 4 p.m. in
Council Chambers of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
City of Milton's Public
Works Committee will meet
on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 8:30
a.m. in Conference Room B
of City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street.
City of Milton Planning
Board Meeting is scheduled
to meet in regular session on
Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 5:30 p.m.
in the Council Chambers at
City Hall.
City of Milton Physical
Plant & Insurance
Committee will meet
Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 9 a.m.
in Conference Room B of
City Hall.
City of Milton's
Economic Development
Committee will meet
Thursday, Oct. 4 at 3 p.m. in
Conference Room B.
These meetings are open
to the public. For more
information, please call 983-
5411.

Kids Day on
Willing Street

There will be a Kid's Day
on Willing Street in downtown
Milton, on Saturday, October
6, from 2 to 5 p.m.

SRC District Schools
Insurance meeting

The Santa Rosa County
District Schools Insurance
Committee will hold a meet-
ing on Thursday, Oct. 4, at
3:30 p.m. in the middle
school conference room at the
main administration building,
5086 Canal Street, Milton.
Mike Carraway will provide
information on Health
Savings Accounts.,

Munson Heritage
Days Charity
Poker Run

There will be a Charity
Poker Run for Heart
Research beginning at Red
Rock Masonic Lodge in
Munson on Saturday,


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October 6. Registration will
begin at 9 a.m. Kick Stands
up at 10:30 a.m. A fee of $25
per bike which will include
lunch after the ride. Poker
Run is $5 a hand, 50/50,
door prizes will be offered.
Ride pins will go to the first
70 riders.
Riders bring your hel-
mets. We will be riding in
Alabama. For more informa-
tion, call Arnold Stowers at
850/623-0689, or cell
850/723-4398 or Michael
Wolfe at 850/365-0657.

Palmetto State
Quartet in con-
cert tonight!

The Palmetto State
Quartet- of Knoxville, TN
will be in concert tonight,
September 29th, at Wesley
Memorial United Methodist
Church, located at 4701
School Lane (behind
CiCi's), in Pace. A $10
donation will be requested at
the door and a love offering
will be received during the
concert. All proceeds will go
to the quartet for expenses.
Doors open at 5 p.m.
Concert begins at 6 p.m. For
more information, contact
Eddie Smith at 850/232-
7809.

Scholarships
available!

The Veterans of the
Foreign Wars and the Ladies


MARKET



RECAP


A look at the

futures market

Futures Markets Weeldy Recap
- Wheat Futures set new record on
Australian Drought worries
Since setting a new all-time
record high on August 22nd, WheYat
Futurs have already looked back.
The new record on that date was $7.17
per bushel. Subsequent strength in
U.S. exports and USDA forecasts for
falling wheat inventories continued to
push wheat higher in recent weeks.
This week found Australia as the lead
catalyst. Australia is a large wheat
exporter and suffered through a terri-
ble drought last year. That drought cut
production from the 2005 level of 253
million tones to less than 10 million
tonnes last year. In June, estimates for
this year's crop sat around 22.5 million
tonnes. Two weeks ago, that was
revised sharply downward to just 155
million tonnes due to ongoing drought
conditions. This week, rumors started
circulation that this year's production
could actually be similar to last year's
9.9 million tonnes. This news seem-
ingly came to a head on Wednesday as
wheat rose by the exchange imposed
limit of 30 cents per bushel.
Thursday's export sales figures were
also bullish as they showed huge
exports of wheat, despite the record
high prices. This bullish news pushed
wheat considerably higher. By midday


Auxiliary Post 4833 would
like to announce that the
applications for the Voice of
Democracy, Patriot's Pen
and the Patriotic Art contest
have been placed in the
Santa Rosa Schools. The
Voice of Democracy is worth
a $30,000 scholarship. The
Patriot's Pen is worth a
$10,000 Bond. The Patriotic
Art is worth a $10,000
scholarship. If your child did
not receive an application
and would like to participate
please contact Audrey
Goodman at 623-9842. The
V.F.W. Post on Carroll Road
also has application forms.

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Santa Rosa farmers will find a lot of interest in this week's
Thursday, the December Wheat Futures contract set another all-time high at
$9.42 per bushel. This put wheat up by 68 cents, or 7.8%, just this week. If
the drought continues and Australia's production is similar to last year's out-
put, it could continue to push futures higher. If some much-needed rain falls,
it could quickly cool the sky-high prices that have been seen in recent weeks.
The .dal has been falling steadily since 2002 against many world cur-
rencies, most notably the Euro and Pound. The Dollar index, an index
designed to track the strength of the dollar against a basket of world cunen-
cies, set a new all-time record low on Thursday morning. The dollar's fall has
had many causes, but the most important of which is the relatively lower
interest rates in the U.S. versus much of Europe. In an effort to obtain better
returns, many investors have been forced to sell dollar's slide and last week's
larger than expected Federal Reserve rate cut seemed to remove any remain-
ing support for the dollar. On Thursday morning, the dollar index touched a
low of 78.045, surpassing the old record of 78.19 set way back in 1992. For
reference, the January 2002 dollar index stood at 120.856. If U.S. economic
growth continues to slow and rates fall further, the dollar could continue its
decline. However, if rates stabilize or foreign interest rates fall, the dollar
could find some support in coming months.
Lean Hog Futures fell by 1.65 cents per pound, or about 2.7%, through
midday Thursday on worries over supply excesses and weak export sales to
China. Hog Futures have actually fallen steadily since the beginning of
August - prices are down 17.9 cents, or 23%, since the August 3rd highs. This
week's hog slaughter figure came in at 2242 million head, the third highest
reading on record. This is especially unusual as September is usually a weak
month for slaughter numbers. This concern about oversupply is being mag-
nified by the belief that the slaughter numbers will actually be at or above this
level throughout much of the fall, Many producers and traders believed that
China's sky-high pork prices would lead to additional exports to that coun-
try, but that has not turned out to be the case. As such, prices have fallen con-
siderably as the market ponders what to do with the sudden glut of pork. If
slaughter numbers remain elevated and demand, either foreign or domestic,
does not pick up the slack, prices could continue to fall. If demand does pick
up, prices could stabilize and begin to rise.


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Church Directory


AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL ZIQN
Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church
5038 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Drive, 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
5621 Hwy 90, Milton
-Fil Am Baptist Church
5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton
BAPTIST -SOUTHERN
-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-Berrydale Baptist Church
6730 Hwy. 4, Jay


-Church of GoimnChrist
5887 N. Stewart St., Milton


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-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 Riud. Jjy
-Pine Terrace Baptist
6212 Pine Blossom Road Milton
-Pleasant Home Baptist
8500 Pleasant Home, Munson
-Sanit Rosa Bjpusi Ass
62ii1 H%>. 87 North Milon
-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
-Ne, MaNledniJ Bapi i Church
4751 Chumuckla Hwy. Pace-..,
-New Providence Missionary Baptit
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 Locklii
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
-Susan St. Church of Christ
600 Susan St. Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
-Pea Ridge Church of Christ
4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge
CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST
-Ferris Hill Church of God in Chris
909 N. Alabama St., Milton
-World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St., Milton
-Community Chapel Church of Goc
4300 Pace Lane,
South of Wal-Mart


SFirst United Methodist
Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

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

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!


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

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

1 kt 1 Y-- l Committed to excellence is w e r e Jesu,.
Come grow with usi


Hickory Hammock A
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987) '
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am j
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 P ia. Mi.r * r, .-;. * wI eV hI,, 'ryramm,,.i p lt org
Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama * Children &Youth Ministries and lots m6tel


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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


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SEVENTHIDAYADVENTIST
-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


CHURCH OF GOD
-Covenant Church of God
4645 School Ln., Pace
-Church of God of Prophecy
600 Glover Lane, Milton, FL
COMMUNITY OF CHRIST
-Community of Christ
6656 Raymond Hobbs St.Milton
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
-Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints
5737 Berryhill Rd., Milton
EPISCOPAL
-St. Mary's Episcopal Church
6842 Oak St. Milton
FULL GOSPEL
-Milton Victory Ministries
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
-Living Faith Church
7400 Reformation Rd Milton
HOLINESS
-Hollandtown Holiness Church
1851 Pineview Church Rd, Jay
Contact: Hansel Prescott 675-4346
-Cobbtown. Holiness
4700 Greenwood Rd
Jay, FL 32565
INDEPENDENT
-Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
-Evangel Christian Church
6763 Margaret St. Milton
-Ken Sumerall Ministries
4901 Forest Creek Dr., Pace
.IEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
-Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
Congregation
5696 Berryhill Rd, Milton
LUTHERAN
-Eternal Trinity Lutheran Churi h
6076 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton
METHODIST
-Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Dr , Mil.n
-Chumuckla United Methodist
Church
9475 Hwy. 197, Chumuckla
-Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist
Church
.sl-' N8 humuldJI H'. v., Pace


PACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PCUSA

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

Rev. Shuford White, Pastor

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


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

Pastor: Clive Knights
.7i, Stephen Minister: Donna Lee * 994-0870

9475 Chumuckla Hwy. * Jay, FL 32565
995-4261


Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


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


994-4310


www.PaceCommunityChurch.com


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

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


Ronnie Christian
Pastor


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-1st United Meth.Church of Pace
4540 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine, Pace
-Bagdad United Methodist Church
4540 Forsyth St., Bagdad
-First United Methodist Church
6830 Berryhill Rd., Milton
-Jay United Methodist Church
300 South Alabama St., Jay
-Mae Edwards Memorial United
Methodist Church
5052 Mulat Road, Milton, FL
-Pineview United Methodist Church
1400 Pineview Church Rd. Jay,
-Wesley Memorial United Methodist
Church
4701 School Ln, Pace, FL
-Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine Rd., Pace
NAZARENE
-First Church of the Nazarene
5162 Avenida Del Fuego, Pace
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
-Christian Life Church
4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-Church of the Living God
3375 Garcon Pt. Milton
-New Testament Church
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
-Shepherd House Ministries
5739 N, Stewart St., Milton
-Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart St., Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
PENTECOSTAL
-Gospel Lighthouse Church
10001 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-United Pentecostal
Church of Berrydale
7580 Hwy. 4, Jay
PENTECOSTAL- HOLINESS
-Mount Zion Perntecostal Holiness
Church
5532 Osccola Si,. Million
-Chumuckla Penecostijl Hnliness
Church
28-41H. 182,J.y .
-New Vision Wrship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton.
-R,,e% Ile Holiness Church
Nlunsn Hw\ , Milton
-Cibblti n Holiness Churh
4700 Greenwood Road (H y 164)
Jay, FL 32565.
PRESBYTERIAN - PCA
-Westminster Presbyterian Church
PCA 6659 Park Avenue, Milton


' r Shepherd's House
Ministries
5739 Stewart St. * P.O. Box 3565
Milton, FL 32572
(850) 983-3228

BISHOP CECIL DOWNING DARLENE DOWNING
Founder & Senior Pastor Pastor
The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life
and he that winneth souls is wise. Proverbs 11:30



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

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


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


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

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











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city and other entities can get
together to build such a facili-
ty downtown that would pro-
vide cover and be able to be
used for other activities as
well."
But Main Street and the
funds being sought by Cole
received a ringing endorse-
ment.
"We just had our budget
meeting two days ago and cut
stuff like this out," said
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin. "I am still looking at
the budget to find other places
to make cuts so I won't sup-
port this proposal."
The two no votes on this
allotment to Main Street were
from Goodin and
Commissioner John Broxson.
This. news came on the
announcement Tuesday of
the 2007 Main Street Award
Winners.
In all Main Street Milton
and its members received
five awards, which are used
to encourage and acknowl-
edge local Main Street pro-
g.r.' accomplishments that
advance the goals of the


Florida Main Street Program.
The five awards received
were merit awards which
were presented to Kim
McCarthy (outstanding local
Florida Main Street
Supporter), Main Street
Milton's Keys to Our Success
(outstanding Florida Main
Street Fundraising or
Membership Development
Effort), Gary and Deb Pruitt,
owners of the Liberty Caf6
(Outstanding Florida Main
Street Rehabilitation
Project), Main Street
Milton's Scratch Ankle
Festival (Outstanding Florida
Main Street Image Campaign
or Promotional Material),
and Main Street Milton's
Business Owner Survey
(Outstanding Economic
Restructuring Program or
Project).
In other action taken by
the Santa Rosa County
Commissioners:
* Upheld the decision
made by the Santa Rosa
County Building Board of
Adjustments to not issue any
more permits to Daniel
Danforth until a roofing issue


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Since its inception Main Street Milton has been working on the revitalization of downtown Milton and preservation of the historical
value.


in Tiger Point is resolved.
* Approved budget
amendment in the amount of
$2,450,000 for the purchase
of land for the Five Points
Intersection Project from


Area 2 Impact Fees.
* Approved a budget
amendment in the amount of
$3,000 for construction of a
sand volleyball court at
Floridatown Park with a


$2,000 donation from Sam's
Club and District I reserves.
* Approved a budget
amendment in the amount of
$10,000 for paving the dirt
road at. the Santa Rosa


press Gazette pnoto by Ryan Arvay
Soccer/Horse Park from
District 3 reserves.
* Issued proclamations
for .the Medical Reserve
Corps and Registry as well as
for National 4-H Week.


Policy

Continued From Page One
conventional tactics have or
will likely be, ineffective in
the situation at hand; or there
is reasonable expectation that
it will be unsafe for operators
to approach with in contact
range of the subject.
VI. Taser Deployment
Justification
A. Less-Lethal weapons,
including the advanced taser,
may be considered whenever
the use would facilitate the
arrest of combative or
violent subjects.
B. Circumstances that
may justify the use of the
advanced Taser shall include,
but not be limited to the fol-
lowing:
1. Barricaded suspects
and/pr hostage situations;
2. Service of High Risk
Warrants;
3. Circumstances where-
in a violent, mentally
deranged person or one under
the influence of alcohol/con-
trolled substance is resisting
arrest;
4. Situations wherein the
authorizing person deems the
use is necessary to safely
resolve the incident; and/or
5. Deputies using force
have the burden of articulat-
ing that justification for the
use of force was present and
suspects resistance to lawful
authority must exist prior to
the Taser deployment.


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Taser


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detention center, who deter-
mines if they will be
detained."
While in the rapid intake
room of the Jail, Correction
Officers ordered Rangel to sit in
a chair. Instead, as the report
states, "she stood up and
walked to the other side of the
room."


aggressive manner."
Rangel was tased using a
21' cartridge for a full five sec-
onds.
The Detention Medical
Staff were dispatched, and after
examining Rangel, moved her
to the medical facilities at the
jail.
An investigation of the
matter by the Florida


At this time Officer Department of Law
Goodwin says he entered the Enforcement (FDLE) is near
secure area where Rangel was completion.
located and asked her to sit Karen Mason, of FDLE,
down. Again, she refused. says her agency's investigation
He then forced Rangel to, helps keep matters neutral by
sit, but instead, "she jumped up allowing a third party to review
out of the chair." the case.
Retrieving his taser, Mason says their report
Goodwin ordered Rangel to sit will be submitted within the
-otie more, to v which she %week to the state attorney's
responded, "no, tase me,. , office, whawill.make the deter-
Goodwin forced her into mination as to whether any for-
the chair one last time when mal charges will be brought
she, "stood to her feet in an against Officer Goodwin.

C. The Advanced Taser is
not recommended in the fol- \i-. -
lowing circumstances:
1. Where OC spray has
been used or clothing has. i "
been contaminated by flam-
mable substances.
2. Should NOT be used in
Meth Labs or other flamma-
ble/combustible environ-
ments.
3. The Advanced Taser * * *
should not be used on
females, who are known to
be pregnant.


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has tried. to take all precau-
tions possible to safeguard the
public and ensure it doesn't
happen again.
A series of checks and bal-
ances have been implemented
whereby cashiers are random-
ly paired with another
employee each day. The


money is counted by one, and
then recounted by the other.
It is placed in an enve-
lope that both employees must
sign and date on the seal, and
sent to the vault.
The money is counted
again the next morning before
it is sent to the bank in a secu-
rity bag, which can only be


unlocked by the Current Tax
Department and the bank.
The bank counts the
money a fourth time, balances
it to the penny against the total
daily receipts, places the
deposit slip in the bag, and
returns it to the Current Tax
Department, which makes
sure the two amounts match.


Wound Care, At Santa Rosa Medical Center, our first priority is to help you
achieve the best health you can. Yet, for many people in our community,
their quality of life is comprised by problems associated with serious wounds
that are the result of diabetes, trauma injuries, radiation, infections, ulcers
and other conditions. We can now enhance the recovery process thanks to
our new Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine which is staffed
by clinical experts who use state-of-the-art hyperbaric chambers and the
latest protocols to safely and effectively heal problem wounds.

Our purpose in bringing this nationally recognized wound care service to
our community is to improve the quality of life of those we serve. For more
information about the Center for Wound Care arid Hyperbaric Medicine
which is conveniently located at 4225 Woodbine Rd, Suite C, in the
Woodbine Medical Park, in Pace, please call (850) 994-4523.





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SATURDAY

September 29, 2007
Section B


ASA Champion to be crowned tonight


I Local champions to be crowned tonight as well


Special to the Press Gazette
A new champion will be
crowned in the ASA Late
Model Challenge Series at the
conclusion of the USA Digital
200 feature at Five Flags
Speedway in Pensacola on
Saturday.
Five Flags Speedway,
home of the . 40th annual
Snowball Derby in December,
is no stranger to crowning
champions.
"We're looking forward
to having the ASA Challenge
Series here at Five Flags and
we're honored to have them
crown a new champion here


as well," said Tim Bryant,
promoter of Five Flags
Speedway. "We had the ASA
Late Models' Southern
Division here last year and it
was a great race, so we're
expecting even more great
racing with the Challenge
Series."
Travis Dassow holds a
comfortable margin in the
ASA Late Model points
standings, a 93-point advan-
tage over Colt James going
into the USA Digital 200.
Dassow will be making his
first Five Flags appearance,
but with relative inexperience


at the track, he is looking for-
ward to going there to hope-
fully wrap up the title with the
assistance of a crew that is no
stranger to the tough Five
Flags half-mile.
Local drivers expected to
compete include Pro Late
Model drivers Johanna Long,
Brandon Odom and Ronnie
Smith. Long, the daughter of
Super Late Model driver
Donald Long, finished second
in the last Pro Late Model fea-
ture.
Dassow's Crew Chief,
Howie Lettow, has worked
with such drivers as Jimmie


Johnson, Kenny Wallace,
Tony Raines and David
Stremme, and is quite familiar
with Five .Flags Speedway
from his numerous trips to
Pensacola , including when
the ASA National Tour raced
at Five Flags as far back as
1997. With Lettow and the
rest of TD Racing's experi-
ence, Dassow heads into the
USA Digital 200 hoping for
just the right amount of suc-
cess to clinch the team's third-
straight ASA Late Model
Challenge Series champi-
onship.
"It's definitely going to be


a big help, having all that
experience there with me,"
said Dassow. "Howie knows
a lot going into the race, what
the place is going to be like
and what it does. I've been
able to pick up on a racetrack
pretty quick and I can figure
out how to get around it. It's
going to be a big help to have
a setup under me that should


be pretty close right away. It
should be a quick learning
curve for me. Having a crew
that has been there a lot
should definitely be a big
help."
The ASA Late Model
Challenge Series is the pre-
mier division of the three
ASALM series that tour
See ASA Page 3B


Milisap goes



back-to-back


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
Pace's Haley Millsap
appears to have found her magi-
cal golf swing with around two
weeks before the district golf
tournament.
On Monday, Millsap took
low medalist honors at the
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
High School Golf Classic at A.C.
Read Golf Course on the NAS
Whiting Field Base.
Millsap, who on Thursday,
won the Miracle Strip
Invitational with a 74, carded a
one-over par 73 to win by five
strokes over Gulf Breeze's Sarah
Hicks and Niceville's Ana
Garcia.
In the team standings
Millsap's efforts weren't enough
as Gulf Breeze took the girls title
with a 330.
Rounding out the top five
were Niceville (351), Pace 358),
Ft. Walton Beach (368), and
Pensacola Catholic (370).
Despite a third place finish
Pace Head Coach Becky King
was very pleased with her
golfers efforts on the links.
"I was proud of Haley
Millsap for placing first over all
shooting a one over par for the
day,' said King. "And I was also
very proud of our team's overall
performance.
"We finished third as a team
and posted some of our best
scores of the season."
April Thompson turned in a
strong performance by carding a
79, while Katy Neal posted a 99,
Morgan Roberts 107, and
Kirstyn Joiner 114.
Milton did not participate in
the tournament, but at last
week's Miracle Strip
Tournament at Ft. Walton Beach
Golf Club Meredith Pastucha
carded a 98 to lead the trio of
Lady Panthers on the links
Alayna Pope was next with a
115, while Tracy Zomes carded
a 121.
Pace finished fourth by a


stroke behind Ft. Walton Beach,
who posted a team score of 370.
Gulf Breeze also won the
girls title in Ft. Walton with a 337
followed by Niceville's 341.
On the boys side at the FCA
High School Golf Classic it was
Panama City Mosley leading the
way as a team, but Rocky
Bayous Sean Einhaus blew
everybody away ..- i a four-
under par 68 to win the individ-
ual medalist honors.
Rounding out the top five on
the boys side were .Catholic
(309), Choctawhatchee: (315),
Ft. Walton-Beach (316), and
Pace (316).
Milton finished 10th overall
with a 361, but that doesn't
dampen the excitement of
Milton golf coach Murray
Rutledge.
"We didn't play very well at
the FCA Tournament, but I think
almost everyone shot signifi-
cantly higher," said Rutledge. "It
just wasn't a good day for the
Panthers."
Rutledge's woes came as he
watched his young team shoot
20 plus strokes worse than they
did at the Miracle Strip
Invitational.
On Monday at A.C. Read
Scott Hardison led the way
for Milton with a round of 86,
followed by Troy Jordan (89),
Fisher Bodenstein (92), Trent
Wood (94), and Ben Ellis
(96).
Even Pace shot eight
strokes worse as a team.
"We had a talk after the
FCA Tournament," said Pace
golf coach Keith Kirchharr.
"We have to get everyone to
play better and consistently.
"Right now we have three
guys we can rely on, but we need
two more and I think we have
that, which should give us a
chance to compete at the dis-
trict."
Pace was led by Jake
Bradley's 75, while Tyler Klava
carded a 77.


1' ~


.~Th'.


Pace's Tyler Klava led the Patriots on Wednesday as they won a three-team meet at Marcus Point
Golf Club.


Rounding out the top five
players for the Patriots were Ben
Ervin (80), Jay Watson (84), and
Patrick Susko (90).
On Tuesday Pace carded a
154 to win by 20-plus strokes in
a four-team field, which includ-
ed Tate (178), Pine Forest (211),
and West Florida tech (217).
Jake Bradley won low


medalist honors by carding a 35,
which was one stroke better than
Tate's Kyle Mayne's 36. Tyler
Klava was three strokes back
with a 38.
At Marcus Point on
Wednesday Pace led Milton and
Escambia County in a three-
team meet.
Klava and his score of 36 for


ess Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
nine holes led Pace, who posted
a three-team score of 151.
Ervin was next for Pace with
a 37, followed by Watson and
Susko's 39's, while Bradley was
the fifth place golfer overall with
a 40.
Fisher Bodenstein and his
40 led Milton, who posted a
team score of 182.


FWC sets


new fees


for licenses
Special to the Press Gazette
Beginning Oct. 1, a new
fee schedule will be in effect
for all recreational licenses
issued by the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC).
During its 2007 session,
the Florida Legislature passed
a bill to increase the fees for
all recreational saltwater and
freshwater fishing and hunting
license.. Hunting license fees
.were I.t. i.ncrcaed in 1979
,�"'arrd'-,fishnn iicensc flees in

Bob Wattenclorf, who
heads up marketing in the
FWC's Division of Freshwater
Fisheries Management, said,
"When fees for fishing licens-
es were last increased, in
1989, gasoline cost 89 cents a
gallon. But even with the new
fee increases, the cost of hunt-
ing and fishing in Florida falls
below the median costs for the
other 49 states. Aiso the per-
centage of increase is well
below the rise in the cost of
living seen since 1989."
All the fees from these
licenses go back into conserv-
ing fish and wildlife resources
and benefit anglers and
hunters.
The increased revenue,
expected to total $10 million
annually within four years,
will not create new programs,
but will offset a predicted
$12.5-million deficit by 2010,
said Sandra Wilson, director
of finance and budget at FWC.
In addition to issuing the
licenses, FWC is charged with
directly conserving fish and
wildlife resources, and it cre-
ates and enforces rules and
regulations regarding hunting
and fishing in the state as well
See FEES Page 3B


Corrections:
In last Saturday's edition of
the Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Dr. Nancy MacKenzie was omit-
ted from the list of those who
donated to the purchase of the
Pace Championship rings.

The pictures from the bas-
ketball game at Central High
School should have indicated
this was a seventh and eighth
grade fall basketball league
instead of a recreational league.

And in the photo following
the ring presentation Lauren
Mendoza was misidentified as
Brittany Dowdle.

We, at the Santa Rosa
Press Gazette, apologize for
these errors and any problems it
may have caused.


.. ......


Nets get rough for area teams


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
It has not been a very
good week for area teams on
the hardwood.
Wednesday saw Milton
drop their eighth match of the
season to Pine Forest in three
straight, 26-24, 25-16, and 15-
23,
Despite the loss Sara
Brock registered 13 digs to
lead the team, whose only win
so far came against West
Florida Tech earlier this sea-
son.
On Tuesday Navarre 25-
13 swept the Lady Panthers,
25-10, and 25-12.
In this game Ashton Baker
led the team with nine digs,


while Jillian Marcanio and
Caleigh Drinkard had eight
digs each.
In Pensacola, Pensacola
Christian Academy handed
Jay their ninth loss of the sea-
son in a three-match sweep
25-22, 25-18, and 25-20.
On Monday Jay fell
behind by two games but went
on to win the match over
Central in Allentown 20-25,
24-26, 25-23, 25, 20, and 15-
10.
Tuesday saw Central fall
to East Hill in three straight as
they have now lost 11 games
this season so far.
"We are struggling to fin-'
ish points and games," said
Central Head Coach Scott


Campbell. "When we find a
way to stay focused all the
way through the match we
will begin to win a few of
these things."
Also on Tuesday Pace fell
to Niceville in three straight
25-3, 25-13, and 25-10.
Pace is now 2-7 on the
season.
"We did not play well
against Niceville at all," said
Pace first year coach Jodi
Goetz. "We struggled in all
areas of our game; unfortu-
nately for us, they did not.
"I am hoping that my girls
will be able to learn from their
mistakes, bounce back, and
play much better - the way
they know how to play."


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NASCAR Live! - SPEED @ 9:30 a.m.
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NASCAR Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
Yellow Transportation 300 - ESPN2 @ 2:30 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
Sept. 30
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 11 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Countdown - ABC @ noon
NEXTEL Cup Kansas 400 - ABC @ 1 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane - SPEED @ 7 p.m.
Oct. 5
NEXTEL Cup Practice - SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Qualifying - SPEED @ noon
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Oct. 6
NEXTEL Cup Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ noon
Craftsman Truck Setup - SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
Truck Series Mountain Dew 250 - SPEED @ 3 p.m.
Oct. 7
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 11 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Countdown - ABC @ noon
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NASCAR Victory Lane - SPEED @ 7 p.m.
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Earnhardt controls Silly


The pieces of Silly Season
started falling in place as soon
as Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
announced he would drive the
No. . 88 at Hendrick
Motorsports.
Budweiser announced it
would be a part of the new
Gillette-Evernham team by
sponsoring Kasey Kahne.
While David Stremme is


Ambrose has a
Marcos Ambrose's decision
to pass up an opportunity to
make his NASCAR Nextel Cup
debut at Dover was justified
when his wife Sonja gave birth
to their second child at 3pm in
Charlotte, North Carolina on
Sunday.
Ambrose finished 20th in
the NASCAR Busch Series race
on Saturday in his #59
Kingsford Charcoal Ford
Fusion and then flew directly
back to Charlotte to be with his
wife.
Ambrose had been offered
the chance to make his Nextel
Cup debut in a second Robby
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Owner Glen Wood
Points: 2022
Points out of 34th: 33
Points ahead of 36th: 79
Place Owner
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34 Kyle Petty
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Dario Franchitti ready for the
Oct. 5 ARCA/RE-Max race at
Talladega Super Speedway.
Now the big decision
could be who will David
Reutimann will drive for after
being offered a deal from
Michael Waltrip racing.


new daughter
kindly declined the opportunity
because he knew it would be
"cutting it fine" with the
impending birth.
Sonja went into labor at
8am this morning and was driv-
en to hospital where Adelaide
Elizabeth Ambrose arrived at
3.04pm weighting 71bs 11
ounces.
Adelaide is a sister for two-
year-old Tabitha.
"As they say, timing is
everything," said Ambrose.
"We knew it was always going
to be close and as it turned out
we would have been right in the
middle of the Nextel Cup race
when little Adelaide arrived.


Ken Schrader
Driver Points
Johnny Sauter 2191
Kyle Petty 2108
Ken Schrader 2107
Dave Blaney 2002
Scott Riggs 1871
Brian Vickers 1860


Former NEXTEL Cup Champion Kurt Busch is more intent than ever not to let his team slide after the hard push they made to earn
one of the top 12 spots in points to qualify for this year's Chase for the NEXTEL Cup.



Kurt has been here before


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
Kurt Busch holds a very
unique distinction by winning
the first Chase for the NEX-
TEL Cup in 2004.
Ironically this is probably
one of the most competitive
fields in recent history with
five past champions, but Busch
knows the list of hopefuls
doesn't just stop there.
"It is an incredible group
of guys this year that have
made the Chase," said Busch.
"Five past champions are in
and the way that everybody is'
running with race wins, even a
goy that doesn't have a win
that's in the Chase, Clint
Bowyer, is fast and has a
chance.
"So this is definitely the
best group of drivers, that I
have seen in all of the
Chases."
Being a former winner of
the NEXTEL Cup in the cur-
rent format done not seem to
give Busch the edge some


might consider.
"No, I think since the
inception of the Chase each
year, you learn a little more
that you are in it and you get to
see how the last year's cham-
pion did it the year before,"
said Busch. "Now that there's
been three runs at it, the
approach for me is about the
same, and that's to be consis-
tent and to get off to a good
start and hopefully the points
will fall in your favor at the
end of the day."
At New Hampshire that
was not the case as a carbure-
tor issue relegated him to a
25th place finish, while a tire
issue sent him into the wall at
the Monster Mile in Dover
before he finished a disap-
pointing 29th.
So now the 2004 NEX-
TEL Cup Champion finds him-
self going from the hot driver
to falling like a rock to 11th
place and 151 points behind
current leader Jeff Gordon.
But the 29th place finish


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was much better than the 42nd
place finish he posted back in
June.
"After the June race at
Dover we scratched our heads
a little bit and said, who, we're
17th in points now and this
isn't where we want to be,"
said Busch. "And if we want to
make a run at this champi-
onship for our great sponsors
we've had to. get our act
together.
"It feels great that we were
able to put together a consis-
tent run and to have Pat Tryson
come aboard has just been
phenomenal."
Busch has had the cars to
contend following qualifying,
but lady luck has found a new
favorite on race day.
The key is to turn things
around just like Jimmie
Johnson did last season with
an unprecedented push last to
claim his first NEXTEL Cup
Championship.
"We can hit you each and
every week with being consis-


tent," said Busch. "We just
have to turn a 7th place car
into a race winning car at a'
couple of events and we will
have a legitimate shot."
One key for Busch is the
fact that five of the ten Chase
events will feature the Car of
Tomorrow.
The biggest thing will.
depend on the COT programs
of each prospective team in the
Chase.
"I think that you have to
have a good Car of Tomorrow'
program if you want to win
this championship," said
Busch. "And the feather in the
cap that goes along with it is
any time you win with a COT,
it's good to carry in to next.
year.
"We have had some good
success this year on some of
the bigger racetracks, such as
Pocono and Michigan; but the.
tough cookies on that one is
we don't get to'race that car on
that setup when we go back
there next year."


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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, bever-
ages, range balls, and
prizes.
For more information
call 293-2735.
Toys for Tots
Fundraiser: Toys for
Tots will be hosting a
Putt-Putt and Beach
Volleyball tournament.
The tournaments will
be held at Tiki Island on
Pensacola Beach, on Oct.
6.
Putt-Putt Tournament
will begin at 9 a.m. and
the Beach Volleyball
tournament check-in at 9
a.m.
For information on
the tournaments and reg-
istration forms contact
Tiki Island at 932-1550.
Santa Rosa Island
Triathlon: Registration
is being accepted for the
12th annual Santa Rosa
Island Triathlon.
The triathlon will be
held Oct. 6 and will
begin at 7:30 a.m. at
Pensacola Beach.
Entries for this event
must be postmarked by
Oct. 1.
For more information
you can call 434-1922 or
visit their website at
www.sritri.org.
Tanglewood Ladies
Golf Invitational: The
Tanglewood Ladies Golf
Association will hold
) their ladies invitational
golf tournament on Oct.
11.
This will be a two
lady team best ball for-


mat with a maximum of
eight strokes per hole
between partners.
All players must have
an established U.S.G.A.
handicap with a maxi-
mum of 36 and players
must be 18 years old.
Ladies playing in the
tournament will receive
a complimentary practice
round of golf between
Oct. 1 and Oct. 5.
Registration and a
continental breakfast
will begin at 8 a.m., with
a shotgun start set for 9
a.m.
Following the tourna-
ment there will be a
luncheon and awards
ceremony.
For more information
and entry fee call 626-
0014.
St. Rose of Lima 5K
run and 1 mile fun
run/walk: The St. Rose
of Lima Church will hold
its annual 5K run and one
mile fun run/walk on Oct.
13 at 9 a.m.
The race will begin
near the church grounds
on Park Avenue in
Milton.
Awards will be given
to the top three along
with male and female
master and grand master
and will be presented
shortly after the race on
the festival grounds
stage.
The entry fee is $15 or
$10 without a shirt until
Oct. 10. After Oct. 10 the
fee is $20 for a shirt and
$15 just to race.
Entry forms are online
at www.fallfestival.ptdio-
cese.org, the St. Rose of
Lima Church Office,
Running Wild in
Pensacola, and at the
Fitness Center on the PJC
Milton Campus.
Softball Slam II:
Eckerd Youth
Alternatives and Camp


E-Ma-Chamee will host
their second annual
Softball Slam at East
Milton Recreation Center
on Oct. 20.
This tournament will
help raise funds for
Camp E-Ma-Chamee,
which works with the
youth of Santa Rosa,
Escambia, and other
counties to have a life
changing opportunities at
their wilderness pro-
grams.
Registration cutoff is
Oct. 5.
For more information
on the tournament or to
register call 675-4512
American Heart
Charity Ride: The Santa
Rosa's Sheriff's office is
hosting a charity motor-
cycle ride on Oct. 14.
The ride will begin at
the East Milton
Recreation Center with
the first bike set to leave
at 10 a.m.
Registration will
begin at 8:15 a.m. with a
Christian Motorcycle
Service from 8:30 a.m. to
9:30 a.m.
Grand prizes will be
$100 for first place, $75
for second, and $50 for
third.
Ride pins will be
given to the first 350 who
register and all bikes are
welcome.
To participate in the
charity ride it will be $10
for one up and $15 for
two up. Ride pins will be
given to the first 350 who
register.
Proceeds from the
ride will benefit the
American Heart
Association.
For more information
call 981-2114.
Pace Hall of Fame
Nominations: Pace High
School is currently
accepting nominations
for the Bennett C. Russell


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1:01 PM -0.02 Feet 11:44 AM -0.01 Feet 6:34 PM Sun set 1:31 PM -0.02 Feet
6:35 PM Sun set 6:36 PM Sun set 9:20 PM Moon rise 6:35 PM Sun set -2 >
9:20 PM Moon rise 9:21 PM Moon rise 11:08 PM 2.12 Feet 9:20 PM Moon rise


Monday, October 1, 2007
2:16 AM 2.47 Feet
6:41 AM Sun rise
12:16 PM Moon set
2:47 PM -0.06 Feet
6:33 PM Sun set
10:17 PM Moon rise

Tuesday, October 2, 2007
3:25 AM 2.47 Feet
6:42 AM Sun rise
1:19 PM Moon set
4:24 PM -0.09 Feet
6:32 PM Sun set
11:20 PM Moon rise

Wednesday, October 3, 2007
4:45 AM 2.42 Feet
5:20 AM Third Quarter
6:42 AM Sun rise
2:14 PM Moon set
5:40 PM -0.10 Feet .
6:31 PM Sun set


Monday, October 1, 2007
6:42 AM Sun rise
12:17 PM Moon set
1:30 PM -0.05 Feet
6:34 PM Sun set
10:18 PM Moon rise
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
2:41 AM 2.06 Feet
6:43 AM Sun rise
1:21 PM Moon set
3:07 PM -0.08 Feet
6:33 PM Sun set
11:21 PM Moon rise

Wednesday, October 3, 2007
4:01 AM 2.02 Feet
5:20 AM Third Quarter
6:43 AM Sun rise
2:15 PM Moon set
4:23 PM -0.08 Feet
6:32 PM Sun set


Monday, October 1, 2007
6:41 AM Sun rise
11:50 AM 0.00 Feet
12:16 PM Moon set
6:33 PM Sun set
10:17 PM Moon rise

Tuesday, October 2, 2007
12:10AM 2.12 Feet
6:41 AM Sun rise
1:00 PM -0.03 Feet
1:19 PM Moon set
6:32 PM Sun set
11:20 PM Moon rise

Wednesday, October 3, 2007
1:20 AM 2.04 Feet
5:20 AM Third Quarter
6:42 AM Sun rise
2:04 PM 0.02 Feet
2:14 PM Moon set
6:31 PM Sun set


Monday, October 1, 2007
3:12 AM 2.47 Feet
6:41 AM Sun rise
12:17 PM Moon set
3:17 PM -0.06 Feet
6:34 PM Sun set
10:17 PM Moon rise

Tuesday, October 2, 2007
4:21 AM 2.47 Feet
6:42 AM Sun rise
1:20 PM Moon set
4:54 PM -0.09 Feet
6:32 PM Sun set
11:20 PM Moon rise

Wednesday, October 3, 2007
5:20 AM Third Quarter
5:41 AM 2.42 Feet
6:43 AM Sun rise
2:15 PM Moon set
6:10 PM -0.10 Feet
6:31 PM Sun set


Fees


Continued From Page One
as promoting boating safety
and access.
Florida remains the num-
ber-one fishing destination in
the United States, according to
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service's 2006 national survey.
In addition, Florida ranks num-
ber-one in the nation for its $11
billion generated annually
through hunting, fishing and
wildlife-viewing activities
throughout the state.
FWC presented its findings
to the Legislature earlier this
year. The projected deficit
would leave revenue streams
for marine fisheries, freshwater
fisheries and hunting in jeop-
ardy. In addition, programs
already in place, such as those
for panthers, manatees and
other imperiled species, would
need funding to keep pace with
increased costs.
FWC hired Southwick
Associates, a private firm spe-
cializing in fish-and-wildlife
economics, to determine the
impact from an increase in fees.
"The optimal price for each
sport fishing and hunting
license issued was scientifically
determined," Wattendorf said.
"Consideration for the increase
included the effect on angling
and hunting participation, cus-


tomer satisfaction, tourism and
public support for conserva-
tion."
However, the new fees
were kept to the minimum nec-
essary to offset the projected
deficit, rather than at a level that
would maximize revenue.
Compared to the price of
movies, golf, bowling and other
forms of recreation, fishing and
hunting fees remain very
affordable, especially when
viewed as an unlimited, year-
round privilege, Wattendorf
said.
FWC also carefully consid-
ered the impact on federal aid
for sport fishing and wildlife
restoration, which comes to
Florida based on the certified
number of hunting and fishing
license holders and size of the
state. Further research consist-
ed of consulting focus groups
and surveying individual
hunters and fishermen across
Florida. With all of these find-
ings before them, legislators
voted to increase the fees,
beginning Oct. 1. As a result,
programs in danger of losing
funding, such as freshwater
hatcheries, law enforcement
patrols and saltwater fisheries
stock assessments, will be able
to continue at current levels of
service.


Athletic Hall of Fame.
To consider someone
for nomination they must
have been out of high
school for a minimum of
10 years, an honorable
individual who reflects
the strong character of
Bennett Russell, and an
individual who has distin-
guished himself or herself
as a positive role model
and leader in the commu-
nity where they now live.
Nomination forms are
due by Oct. 17 and can be
picked up during school
hours at the Pace High
Athletic Office, Student
Affairs Office, or the
Guidance Office.
The 2007 Hall of
Fame class will be induct-
ed at the Nov. 9, 2007
homecoming game.
5K Running the Trail
for Eduation: The Milton
Rotary Club will be hold-
ing a 5K Running the
Trail for Education along
the Blackwater Heritage
State Trail on Nov. 10.
The run will begin at 8
a.m. at the City of Milton
parking lot.
Awards will be pre-
sented for the 5K run in
various age divisions. The
5K walk will present
awards to first, second,
and third place.
Door prizes will also
be awarded, but partici-
pants must be present to
win those.
For more information
and registration fees
please call 565-7923 or e-
mail ppollard4078 @the-
upsstore.com
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.


Southern Raceway
Sept. 15, 2007
Driver Points-


Hobby Class: 1. Allen Colley
769, 2. Dean Shaw 744, 3.
Ricky Gilmore 635, 4. Ryan
Fowler 550, 5. Albert Beltz
538, 6. Kevin Jernigan 394,
7. Joseph Joiner 388, 8. Tim
Fowler 240, 9. Dale Busch
236, 10. Bo Bailey 226.
Street Stock Class: 1.
Brandon Harris 820, 2.
Adam Ellison 744, 3. Preston
Porter 696, 4. Michael
Porter 562, 5. Jason Dollar
482, 6. Rick Novak 426, 7.
Charley White 402, 8. Kyle
Bryant 358, 9. Steven
Jernigan 296, 10. Calvin
Cook 296.
Vintage Class: 1. Chris Bayhi
814, 2. Danny Shores 554,
3. John Cody 510, 4. Lucas
Morris 484, 5. Jay Jones
382, 6. Bill Blum 354, 7. Tom
Lohr 308, 8. Ernest Morris
304, 9. Jesse Barnhill 268,
10. Stuart Wilson 248.
Hogg Class: 1. Robert
Baulkum 884, 2. Jonathon
Cotton 804, 3. Chris
Oldenburg 662,. 4. Jason
Cooper 424, 5. Josh Davis
396, 6. Mike Lowery 266, 7.
Johnny Farmer 226, 8.
Daniel Morris 206, 9. Travis
Snell grove 206, 10. Alan
Seitz 196.
Stinger Class: 1. Robert
Garrett 796, 2. James Foxx
696, 3. Gary Hirman 696, 4.
Scott Schenkel 608, 5.
Patrick Stanley 482, 6. Cliff
Robinson 452, 7. Michael
Roland 388, 8. April Ray
340, 9. Shawn Charlton
308, 10. John Upshaw 296.
Storm Pay.com Late Model
Class: 1. Frank Wilson 744,
2. Josh Huss 707, 3.
Jonathan Joiner 684, 4.
Donald Watson 672, 5.
Joshua Joiner 669, 6. Bobby
Morrison 666, 7. James
Ussery 662, 8. Ricky
Haugen 647, 9. Richard
Guidry 645, 10. Scott
Sessions 620.
U.M.P. Late Model Class
Florida: 1. Matt Miley 1354,
2. Nick Poole 1336, 3.
Charlie MacNichol 863, 4.
Chris Smith 676, 5. Patrick
Williams 604, 6. Dave
Barber 597, 7. Rick Scott
465, 8. Greg Vandergrift
450, 9. Eddie Tribble 424,
10. Don Rollison 370.


ASA


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around the country.
On Saturday, qualifying
will begin at 5 p.m., with an
on-track autograph session
to follow at 6:15. Racing
starts at 7 p.m.
Also Saturday night
will be the season champi-
onship races in the


Stonebrook Ladies Golf
Association
Stonebrook Golf Club
Sept. 25, 2007
Eclectic

A Flight Net: 1. Sue
Colyer/Melanie Duvall, 2.
Nancy Welch/Karen
Feliciano, 3. Charlotte
Wheeler/Reddish.
B Flight Net: 1. Joanne
Quesinberry/V i c ki
McMurray; 2. Shatzi
Clemons/Pat Bowers, 3.
Susanne Nazario/Jamie
Trombley.

Five Flags Speedway
Sept. 14, 2007
Driver Points

Super Stocks Class: 1. Chris
Cotto . 833, 2. Thomas
Praytor 829, 3. Mike Moore
740, 4. Earl Polk 664, 5.
James Kimbrough 589, 6. Bo
Wilkinson 383, 7. Greg
Young 345, 8. James Alonzo
287, 9. Bill Brown 262, 10.
Freddie Tanner 259.
Super Late Models Class: 1.
Ryan Crane 585, 2. Justin
Drawdy 560, 3. Scott
Carlson 555, 4. Josh Hamner
485, 5. Grant Enfinger 480,
6. Hunter Robbins 420, 7.
Donald Long 405, 8. Dale
Little 395, 10. Eddie Mercer
390.
Sportsman Class: 1. Randy
Thompson 921, 2. Billy
Hoover . 887, 3. James
Ziniewicz 816, 4. Jim
Pokrant 801, 5. David
Holland 559, 6. William
Kitchen 550, 7. Bubba
Winslow 538, 8. Tina
Davidson 536, 9. Shanna
Ard 366, 10. Kory Henley
294.
Pro Late Models: 1. Sammy
McMullen 517, 2. Hal
Marton 481, 3. Brandon
Carlson 480, 4. Logan Boyett
463, 5. Johnna Long 373, 6.
Mike Williamson 321, 7.
Brandon Odom 265, 8. Keith
Thorpe 230, 9. Ronnie Smith
205, 10. Michael Massey
179.
Bombers: 1. Brannon Fowler
892, 2. Michael Kitchen 831,
3. Danny Burns 745, 4. Pete
Kitchen 704, 5. Robert
Kanning 545, 6. Sam
Mellema 500, 7. Rick Grimes
452, 8. Michael Johnson
384, 9. Daryl Lynchard 354,
10. Brandin Sidner 282.


Sportsman and Super Stock
divisions, while the open-
wheel Modifieds are also
on the card with a 50-lap
shootout.
Milton's Chris Cotto
will be looking to clinch the
season title as he hold a
narrow four point lead over
Thomas Praytor.


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PUBLIC RECORDS OF EXHIBIT A DIVISION /s/Angela J. Jones LAW FIRM PL SHIP 1 NORTH RANGE 29
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, CASE NO:07 0366 CA 01 AURORA LOAN SERVICES LLC, Anela . Jones 2721 Gulf Parkway WEST, S A ROSA
FLORIDA. ALL THAT PARCEL OF LAND Plaintiff, Florida Bar No. 096441 Gulf Breeze Florida 32563 COUNTY, FLORIDA AS RE-
IN SANTA ROSA COUNTY DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST COM- vs. Legal 9/1039 Locklin Jones & Saba, P.A. (850 934-000 ORDED IN PLAT BOOK
A/K/A 6606 CLAYTON STATE OF FLORIDA, A PANY AMERICAS FORMERLY 6460 Justice Avenue "C" AT PAGE 104, OF THE
LANE, MILTON, FL 32570 MORE FULLY DESCRIBED IN KNOWN AS BANKER'S TRUST LOUIS D. FRAUSTO, et . eIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF on, Florida 32570 Personal Representative: PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
Any person claiming an 1 6 5 7 , I D # CUSTODIAN FOR GSAA Dendant(s). IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA urphy
interest in the surplus 23-2S-27-2357-00.C00- 2006-2 COUNTY, FLORIDA Personal Representative: 8B92LMaaPARCEL ID#:
vertising from the sale, if any, 000 PLAINTIFF NOTICE OF ACTION CIVIL DIVISION /s/ Tami Devitt Milton, Florida 32583 13-1N29492200A00
d Notices other than the proeor 10 BEING KNOWN AND VS. TO: CASE NO. Iami Devittf0290.
tices/ owner as of the date of DESIGNATED AS LOT 1, ALOUIS D. FRAUSTO and UN- 06-866-CA-O1-ORP-A 400 Elmhurst Court 092207
the Lis Pendens must file a BLOCK C, MARION MANOR AARON W. DYESS A/K/A KNOWN SPOUSE OF LOUIS
ents claim within sixty (60) SECTION 23 TOWNSHIP AARON WAYNE DYESS; D. FRAUSTO if married if alive FORECLOSURE ADVISORS, 9/1042 Pace, FLo32571-28
days after the sale. SOUTH RANGE 27 WEST SONJA R. DYESS A/K/ and/or dead his (their) un- LLC. 092207
s FILED IN PLAT BOOK G, PAGE SONJA RENEE DYESS AKK/A known heirs, devisees, legatees Plaintiff, 092907 n rn c
WITNESS MY HAND and the 1-2,4. SONJA DYESS ANY AN LL or arantees and all persons or vs. 9/1040 Legal 9/1056 the sle if n
seal of this Court on September UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM- par res claiming by through, un-RONIE HIIIP r n
12, 2007. epem BY FEE SIMPLE DEED FROM NG BY THROUGH UNDER der or against im (them). NNEPHILLIPS LOIS COUN-N Legal9/1041 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN other than ofh pe er
THE U.I.I. FAMILY LIMITED AND AGAINST THE HEREIN Addresses unknown. CIL UNKNOWN SPOUSE UN AND FOR SANTA ROSA wner as ndof the dofileof
Cler of e Circuit Cour COMPANY HOMES INC. ANTS WHO ARE NOT YOU ARENOTIFIEDthat an Ac- KNOWN SPOUSE F LOIS FOR SANTA ROSA OBAT DIVISIO a f th sixty (60)

I Deputy Clerk SET FORTH IN DEED BOOK KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM in ANTA ROSA County, Flor THE OBJECT PROPERTY FILE NO. 6000401CPSTON De-HAND
4 1763, PAGE 1657 DATED AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES ida: da DIVISION ceased. sea of ep
092207 06/15/1999 AND RE- HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEE Defendants. ILE NO 572007CP275 19,2007.
092907 CORDED 06/17/1999 OR OTHER CLAIMANTS- SEE ATTACHED LEGAL DE- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IN RE: ESTATE OF: F ILE NO. 325
9/1028 SANTA ROSA COUNTYi MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC SCRIPTION. O TICE OF FORECLOSURE a e I OMar M. Johnson
COURT OF RECORDS, STATE F FLOR- REGISTRATION SYSTEMS SALE TheEstate of FLOYD COATES, N iT C TnR aClerre of ehe Circuit Court
.ICIAL CIR- Legal 9/1029 IDA. INC.; JOHN DOE AND JAN E EXHIBIT" A" The adminisration o the estate CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
OR SANT Legal 9/1029 IDA. IDOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENur- Deceased of JO ANN LIVINGSTON, d By Angela K. Dunn
LORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF has been filed against you and ANTS IN POSSESSION ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND suant to an Agreed Final aug- NOTICE TO CREDITORS ceas ne 14 2007, is pending eputy Clerk
21 THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- you are required to serve a DEFENDANT(S) SITUATE IN SANTA ROSA meant of Foreciosure date Sep- hencircuit Court for Santag09290
CUl OF FLORIDA, IN AND opy of your written defense if COUNTY, FLORIDA, VIZ tmber 14, 2007, and entered The administration of the estate Rosa County, Florida, Probate 100607
FOR SANTA ROSA any, to it on Marshall C. ot- RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO- in Case No. O of Floyd Coates, deceased, Division File Number 1058
, COUNTY son PA., Attorney for Plaintiff SURE SALE LOT NO. 36 COMMENC- 06-866-CA01-ORP-A, of the whose date of death was July 57-200o-CP-275, the address
GENERAL JURISDICTION w he address is 1800 NW - ING AT THE S.W. CORNER Circuit CourFthe 1st Judicial 17, 2006, is pending in the Cir- of which is 6495 Caroline
DIVISION 49th STREET SUITE 120 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- OF SECTION 18, T2N TAL- Circuit in and FOR SANTA ROSA cult Court for Santa Rosa Street, Milton, Florida 32570.
CASE NO. 061021 CA FT. LAUDERDLE FL 3330 suant to an Order Granting the LAHASSEE MERIDIA Cou Florda. FORECLOSURE County, Flo a, Probate Divi- The names and addresses of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
HOME E p on or before October 22, Motion to Reset Foreclosure THENCE IN A NORTHERLY ADVI ORS C. is Plaintiff and Sion Pt De address ii The names and addressesi oi he I E C U CO
RONNIE PHILLIPS; LOrISir i hd b pTersonal representatives) I and O F THE FIRCUIC RTAL
CHASE HOME MORTGAGE 2007, a date which is within Sale dated ee 12 DIRECTION ALONG RONNIE PLLIP LOIS COUN- 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, personal represent ve's at- OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CORPORATION OF THE (hirl (30) dys after the first 2007 entered -.--., ,I1.-:, r No. R27W/R28W, 854.23 CIL- UNKNOWN'SPOUSE OF 32570C The names and ad- torn, e arepsetforth below at-
SOUTHEAST, ubica ion of hs Notice in the 07 0366 CA 01 of the Circuit FEET; THENCE N 26�21'30" RONNIE PHILLIPS; UN- dressed of the personal repre-o SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
T SOR H Op O F T rb c 5st ie 2'8 t Nhe HOovPS UWNO dressEd of henperson repre- Orney are set Rth below C IRU TIN R AAND FOUTR
TO O Plaintiff, P eagse publish in THE PRESS Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuit E, 2093.43 FEET- THENCE S KNOWN SPOUSE OF LOIS tentative and the personal re- All creditors of the decedent FLORIDA
O b J y- 1 vs. GN ZETTE IN Mu TONa and file in and for SA N TA RO SA 63'3 �8'3b " E, KO FEET TO CO UN C IL UN KN O W N PER- resentative attorney are set'iorF and A ll p w h IV A CTIO N
the original with the Clerk of County, Milton, Florida, I will THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY SON S IN POSSESSION O below laims othr demands against the CASE NO. 07000555CA
CHM A U NS Ah a nd T best og b I NE OFRS TTEh TheOCl THE BJaN POERTY- ar ek of S S or dmandss a gainsPhSe CASEN.SI
HEM STANJURJEN S, K/A STAN- his Court either before service sell to the highest and est bid- LINE OF STATE HIGHWAY THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are h All creditors of the decedent decedent's estate, incldinqun DIVISION B
M LEY R. JURJEN adet , oA t Plaint iff's attorney or immedi- der for cash at the North Front 191 TO THE POINT OF BE- defendants Iwill s FIto he a nd ther prsns having clai m ds matured, contingent or un T iqu II-
SMilton, FL Defendant (s). atel ihereafter otherwise a de Steps of[ tI e SANTA ROSA GINNING; THENCE CON- highest an best bidder for cash or demands against ecedent's dated claims, and who have liSBC BANK, USA,
fauiewil be entered against you C y Cou rthlouse, 6865 Car- TINUING S 6338'30" E at AT THE NORTH FRONT estate on whom a coy of this been served a copy of thisno- Plaintiff, USA,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE for the relief deman ed in he one Street Milton Florida, at 660 FEET- THENCE STEPS OF THE COURTHOUSE. notice is required to be served ice mst ile their claims with iff,
Dthatanac LE complaint. 11:00 a.m. Central Time 26*21'30", 330 FEET. AT6865 CAROLINE STREET, must file their claims with this this Court WITHIN THE LATER
against you Ifyou re a person with a Disa-12:00 p,.m. Eastern Time on THENCE DN 63'38'30" W, MILTON IN SANTA ROSA court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 OF THREE 131 MONTHS AFTER vs.
required to NOTICE IS HEREBYGVEN pur- blities who need any accommo- he 18 day of October 2007 660 FEET MORE OR LESS COUNTY, FL, at 11:00 a.m., MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE DATE OP THE FIRST PUBLI-
ur written de- suant to an Order ReschedulT - dtion in order to participate in the following described prop- TO THE EAST RIGHT OF on the 1h c of October, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR CARL T. LUPICA, III, et al,
e a . - ng Foreclosure Sale dated Sep- this proc feeding you are entitled erty as set north in said Sum- WAY LINE OF STATE HIGH 2007 win described THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- RT AER E Defendant(s).
ise ember 17, 2007 and a Final at no cost to you to ahe provi- Final Judment, to-wit: WAY 191- THENCE ON A property as set fort in said Fil TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF DATE 30 SERVICE OF A COPY
- -I dgment of Foreclosure doted sons of certain assistant pease LO 28 BLOthK "A" OF THE SOUTHWSTERLY DIREC- nal Judgment, to wit: A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. NOTICE OF RESCHED-
fo ctoerJuly 10 2007, and entered in contact Susan Land at 6865 RANCI'ETTE II A SUBDIVI- TION ALONG SAID RIGHTTHE TH NOTI N THEM LIE F RECLDSR-
the original Case . 061021 CA, of the Caroline Street Milton, FL SION OF A ORTION OF OF WAY LINE 330 FEET LOT 27, BLOCK 3, GEORGE- All other creditors of the dece All other creditors of the dece D FO O
his Court a Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi- 32570 850-983-1012 within SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 2 MORE OR LESS TO THE TOWN ESTATES BEING A dent and other persons haVinJ dent and er.ons who have
Milton, FL, cial Circuit in and for SANTA 2 working days of this receipt SOUTH, RAGE 28 WEST POINT OF BEGINNING HPORTIO2 NO RSCTION 2ANG c n r demands ga r l es eandns t the IC H
are SANTA AR OSA.COUNS SAL AN D BEING P.A TOWNSHIP2 T esNOTHmus d Iate of t fimast hlblicaNO r ICEns a it te GNOVN
vice oan Pet- ROSA County, Florida wherein of this cument If you are SANTA ROSA COUNT ALLoLYING mANT EIN I , NSOI fece ents ete as eptebe c2 Tlaims or O E t OI C I H E
ly thereafter CHASE HOE MORTGAGE I oice impaired call FLORIDA ACCORDING T8 SANTA ROSA COUNTY, 28 WEST SANTA ROSA cims with this court WITHIN 4 decedent's estate, Inc der in n-
oo Cer ahe- r.- CHS HM M G 'CC C , O, ACOR MONTs AFtE eth E co WITHIN 4 m- atured, contingent or ana0qu pursuant to an Order Re-
so, a CORPORATION OF THE , 771 THE PLAT RECORDED IN FLORIDA. COUNTY, LORIDA ACCORD, MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF dated claims, must file their scheduling Foreclosure Sale
e entered SOUTHEAST is Plaintiff and PLAT BOOK "C" AT PAGE ING TO PLAT REOREDE IN THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF claims with this court WITHIN dated September 21, 2007
the relief STAN JURJENS A/K/A STAN- WITNESS my hand and the seal 49 OF THE PUBLIC REC- has been filed against you and PLAT BOOK C. PAGE 81 OF-THIS NOTICE THREE 3 MONTHS AFTER and entered in Case NO
petition. LEY R. JURJEN et aare De- of thisCourt this 13dayofSep- WORDS OF SAID COUNTY. you are required to serve a THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED THE DAT OF THE FIRST PUBL- 07000555CA of the Circuit
f u endns wil se lo the h est member, 2007. A min iopy of your written defenses, if COUNTY. WITHIN THE TIMEA PERIODS CATION OF THIS NOTICE. Court of the FIRST diil
ourt docu- and bes dder for cash a the Any person claiming an interest an to i Ton SPEAR AND HOFF- , , laim in . SETt FORTH IN SECTIONS uit inK
case,s in- Ch,,C N in MILTO MaryM. Jonson in the rus te sate it MAN AAn ors person an interesP.t. t in 8 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA Cir i i
arr a I .IotGOuny,Florida' As Clher than the aroeu addressis9700 South Dixie the_ c s From tea sale, if any,R P ATE C , WITH B, FR WILL BE FOREVER BARRED ROSA CountyB Florida
of the Cir- 1 00 AM o'clock on the 1I CIRCUIT COURT SEAL owners as a e date 6t . he liu Highway, Sale 610, Miami , other nan rt a , rty o ner EVER BARRED.wherein HSBCEBON
office. You - november 2007, the ByJ. Watkins pendens, must file a claim Florida 3356, (305) asofthe date the Is enens NOTWITHSTANDING THE NOTWITHSTANDING THE i the Plaintiff and CARL t
ese docu- , described property as As Deputy Cerk ithin 60 dys fter the sae 670-2299, wit in 30 days mst ile a claim wit 0 days TIME PERIODS SET FORTH TIME PERIODS SET FORTH LUPICA l THE UN-
est. .. sad Final Judgment, after the first publication after the sale. ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED KNOWNI SPTUSE OF CARL
t to092207Dated this 13 day of Septem- of the notice, and to file the TWO() YEARS OR MORE AF- TWO YEARS OR MORE AF T. LUPICA, III N/K E A POAR-
the Clerk toSEL 90 0 ber, 2007. original with the Clerk of this Dated this 17 day of Septem- TER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE CA LUPICA; HIDDEN ES-
urt's office SEE LEGAL DESCRIPTION AT Court either before service n ber, 2007 DEATH IS BARRED, OF DEATH IS BARRED. STATES HOME OWNERS AS-
ur current TACHED HERETO AND MARY M. JOHNSON SPEAR AND HOFFMAN, PA. The date of the first publication SOCATON INC.; are he
mAy file . . EXHIBIT A a/ka Legal 9/1031 Clerk of the Circuit Court a rorneys or immediately there MA M. of this notice is September 22, THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- Defendants, I will sell to the
nt Address, -astle Drive , Milton, after otherwise a defauelwifl be As Clerk a saidaCourr
Court Ap- Florida 32570 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFBy:J. Watkins entered against you for the re CIRCUIT COURT SEAL S CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS highest and best bidder for
Law Form THE IST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Deputy Clerk lief demanded in the Complaint By Angela Dunr, Attorney for Personal Represent- eptmbr 29, 200 cash at STEPS OF THE
papers in Exhibit "A" IN AND FOR SANTA ROS or Petition. As deputy Clerk alive: SANTA ROSA COUNTY
be mailed COUNTY FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE WITNESS my hand and seal of /s John R. Sawyer Represntativerso COURTHOUSE at 1:00AM
COMM ENC THE SOUTHThsLY r Milon L notice is provided pursuant spre enahv COUNTY, F D A M
o record OMENCE THSE SOUTH- CC ESON CA AMERICANS WITH DoISABIL- this Court on this 18 day of SEP-hn O- 5onlthe 25 day of October,
ice. WEST CORN[R OF THE CASE NO.: 07-838 CA TIES ACT, persons with TEMBER, 2007. to Administrative Order No er.... state Gary W. Huston, Attorney on ,the2 a o tober
t2065. Attorney or me Esla-e Florida Bar No. 004452U 2007, the Following de-
ga r c hhn" R.u Sow7r Clark, Partinaton, Hart, Larry, scribed property i s set forth
e 12.285, 32 TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH HSBC MORTGAGE SERVICES, accommodation should contact MARY M. JOHNSON in accordance with the .m.ri-, P.O.n 12.71 B 'ackP nsc Ln said F d etforth
Law Rules RANGE 28 WEST, SANT INC COURT ADMINISTRATION, at As Clerk a the Court cons with Disabilities Ac ,: Pensacola FL 32591 125 West Romano Street, Suitein sai
qures cuer- ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA Plaitlff, the SANTA ROSA County CIRCUIT COURT SEAL are a person with a hr 850) 25-7500 800 LOT BLOCK A, HID-
HENCE NORH Courthouse at ByBrandNorriswho needs any accommodatio BN- 887625 LOT 23, BLOCK A, HID-
and infor- 22'46" WEST ALONG THE BRENDA LEE BYLAND, eta, 1-800-9558771 TDD or Deputy Clerk in order to paricipae in ths P.O. Box 13010 DEN ESTATES, A
to comply WEST LINE THEREOF 177.27 Defendants 1-800955-8770, orida ty Clerk proceeding, you are entitled, at Personal Reresenav n a FL 325913010 PLANNED UNIT DEVEL-
_. ....s oa�ESesNETRO 1. R A in , 10, v l Proa RpEeStv 804 -� OPM ENT BEING A POR-
WITH THE WESTERLY R/W TO SUITE 500 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Fl p.0Bo 1271 3f G.,Hd i- T H
WlTH r iR GR E S W373"7EASTEL 1n eAT IDSUTE Ra Pe -o .. . o3a160Hyde ParkPlace RANGE 27 WEST, SANTA
2, 2007. LINE OF LIA DRIVE (50.00 GAILEN R. BYLAND PLANTATION, FL 33324 3257 Phone No. Pensacola FL 32591nacHe353R ACOUN FO DA
FOOT R/W THENCE NORTH LstKnownAddress6155 954 233-8000 Legal 9/1038 0 35 ension (850) 25 7500ACCORDING TO THE
CUIT COURT 00 DEGRES 22'46 WEST Walter Ave., Milton, FL 32570 7 8394 SXNW 1012 within 2 working days Of ACCORDING TO THE
EAL ALONG SAID WESTERLY R/W Current Residence Unknown IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN your receipt of this notice o 092207 07 PLAT THEREOF ASBO RE-
SOUTH 8 DEGREES 30'28 BRENDA LEE BLAND 092907 COUNTY, FLORIDA pa ired, ' l 1 800.955- 71 91041 -6_ G PAGE 38 PUBLIC REC-
EAST 857.01 FEET TO A Last Known Address: 6155 9 FileNo.:57-2007-CP-266 TD if you are voice imL9/1057 ORDS OF SANTA ROSA
POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY Walter Ave., Milton, FL 32570 Division: aired, call 1-800-995-8770 Legal 9/1057 COUNTY, FLORIDA
R/W LINE OF CASTLE DRIVE Current Residence Unknown Legal 9/1034 (V) (Via Florida Relay Services). Legal 9/1042
(50.00 FOOT R/W), BEING IN RE: ESTATE OF Legal 9/1042 Security Self Storage a
ALSO THE POINT OF BEGIN YOU ARE NOI FIe Ia an act- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN DA ERIC A O 092207 1 Hwy 90 Pace SFLTR 2571 A/A 2654 HIDDEN ES-
LOi THENCE CONTINUE OU REFoeclore of Mort AND F OR SANTA ROSA IDA BRAHIER RICHARDSON, 092907 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '1 sell at public auction by STATES CIRCLE, NAVARRE, FL
SOGUTH 89 DEGREES 30'28" gae on tlie following de- COUNTYd FLORIDA Deceased. 9/103 FOR SANTA ROSA compEti e bidding on 32566
EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH- scroed property CASE N6. 07-000605-CA NOTICE TO CREDITORS _ COUNATE Y FLORIDA r NESDAYt OCTOBER
EARLY R/W LINE 130.00 FEET NOTICE CREDITORS PROBAT DIVISION 10th 2007 At 2:00 pm on Any person claiming an
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES LOT 6 BLOCK 7, OF LYLE M. McBRIDE an LFile No. 57-2007-CP-274 premises where said properly interest in the surplus
OURT OF 2932" WEST 180.00 FEET RE-SUBIVISION OF'SKY- SHARON B.McBRIDE, The administrationof theestate Legal9 1040Division as been stored Purcases must fro the sale, if an
ICIAL CIR- i-ni NORTH 89 DEGREE LINE HEIGHTS, A SUBDIVI- Plaintiffs of Ida Brahier Richardson,e- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN RE:e pa or crdit cd on rc asn other than the proper
OR SANTA WEST 13000 FEETSIN ACCORNG TO THE vs. ceased File Number FOR SANTA ROSA OF JUDITH M. r it one as of the date of
FLORIDA N , NORTH 00 DEGREES PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED 57-200CP-266is pendin in COUNTY FLORIDA RO- ESTATE OF JUDIT H M. All purchased items are sold as e s oN s t fe
22-CA THE POINT OF BEGINNING 38 ON FILE WIN H THE VERINA L GLOSSOP, County Florida, Probate Divi-nBT" File No. 572007SCP-267 Da i e tocaelon i alay a t sol ()e
- BEING LOT 57 OF AN UNRE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT sion, the address of which i ceede is subec to cancellation in days ater the sale.
ORDED 6865 SW Caroline Street, Mil- tnhe event of settlement between
CORDED SUBDIVI SION COURT, IN AND FOR Defendants. E8 SW Str, M Di vision
B ANKa aS oD ATA RO A CUN T C ton, Florida 32570. NOTICE TO CREDITORS owner and obligated parry. Of- WITNESS MY HAND and the
eBANK KNOWN AS KINGSWOOD SANA ROSA COUNTY,t a32. The estate IN RE: ESTATE OFim of tin
SSOR BY ESTATES FLORIDA. NOTICE OF SALE is estate and the date of the ine a rniO f the atrie number seal of this Court o2n Septm-
LLS FARGO decedent's Will and an Codi Theadministraio n of the estate 850 994-0033. ber 21, 2007
AGE, INC. Any person claiming an interest has been filed againsL you and NOTICE IS HEREBY given that cils is June 20, 200 The Georgee hE. w Devilt, Jr. o . Welch deceased, 092907
EST MORT- he s s rom the sale, if you are re e to serve a the undersigned Mary M Joh e names and addresses ofthDeceasedse date f deatr was 092907 Mr M.Jo n
OR ter an Ih e property copy of yourwriten defense if son Clerk of te Circuit Court personal representative and the Da March 13, 2007 is ending in 100307 MrM.0
owner as of the date o ltheis a to on Marshall C Wat of antaRosa County Florida personal representative's a NOTICE TO CREDITORS the Circuit Cou rtaran R o 100607 Cer ITe .u Court
pendens must file a claim on, PiA rn f h iiffwill on the 18 day of Octo- aey are set forth below. S sa FieNCouanay Florida rba D _57 NIce OBR SE
ithin 6 days after the sale. wIose address is 1800 N ber, 2007, at11:00a.m dur-t in File Number By: Brandy Norris
49TH STREET SUITE 120 ing the legal hous of sale at the All creditors of the decedent The administration of the estate 57- 007-CP- 274, the ddres DeputyClerk
D, et at, DATED this 17 day ofSeplem FT. LAUDERDALE FL 33304 North front door of the Santa and other persons having claims of George .Denil, Jr. whose aF which i P3.. xna 472, MinI Legal9 1058
beT 200a7 on or before October 22, Rosa County Courthouse in Mil- or demands against decedent's da of death was August 16, tn FL 32572. The rames and 092907
e 2007, a date which is within ton, Florida offer for sale and estate, including unmatured 2007, is pending in the Ci cit addresses of the personal repre IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 100607
RECLOSURE MARY M JOHNSON thiry (301 days after lhe first sell at public outcry to the hig h contingent or unliquidate Court far Santa Rosa County sentative and ihnie personal THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 9/1059







A bS U AS n C Aerk C H E E INiRouk A N D F O R S A N TA dRO SAntsr siasma ncy ad IN A N D FO R SA N TA NTS T S ENuTlU M ELV E F M K E L 'R, o s o92e S e
S As Ck d Cubication tofs Notice in the est and best bidder for cash e claims, on whom a copofthi r of which is 6865 Care rt belo e alto e a CUle IN AND FOR SANTA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL lease publish in THE PRESS fol owinq described property, in notice is served must pie their lin addreSu N, Milton F-All d ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA 1 6
GIVEN p r By_ wi.. AAZETE IN MILTON) and file Santa Rosa County, Florida, claims with this court WITHIN lin S0 TIe N e ao lc p credrors of the decedent CIVIL ACTION A Notice Of Sale
if THENR O EC T LATEROFA MONTHS&AL da 32570-0472. The names and other persons, who Have CASE NO. 0#-517-CA Notie Of sale
e2ded FinRl As: H. Lhe orginalr wilAtheDClerke ofeia TR THE DLATER OF 3 NTHE FIT and addresses of the personal claims or demands against DIVISION
hagere a.cloa-illsnA'ad A- TCrt either before Service TER THE DATE OF THE FIRSTre221onidl tr the lien ond for
emai 12 092207 o iLPaintiff's attorney or immedi- Lot 22, Block 9, SECOND AD- PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- representative the prsna decedents O tte, UIC c- T e the en
in Case O N 092907 atn hereaflter; otherwise a de DITION TO NAVARRE a subdi TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE otsenlaiv's attorney are set e, 1 S BANK NATIONAL AS R nd tohe
the Circuit 9-L029 tafrwill be entered against you vision of a portion of Section 8, DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY All creditors ot the decedent daed claims, and boa hove SOCIATION, AS TRUsTEE hThesnabincertnsa otheL
SJudicial Ci Sfor [lie relief tdIemanded in the 17 and 20, Township 2 SouAth OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. and other persons haeng claims rice mus file their claims with oN, the velle. The sale wti beL
ANTA ROSA CcomplainLOt Range 26 West, Santa Rosa All other creditors of the dece- or parsons aving elisent mal t tieter aoi8 wiThnhelnat ThesoI 9E
County, Florida, as recorded in dent and other persons hovi n or demands against decedent's this court WTHIN TE LATER held at C&D Becosery 6509
A.,iSUCCES- ego l / --0 person with a Diso- Plat Book "C", age 31, of the claims or demands againsI estate on whom a copy o this OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER vs. Oakland Dr. in Sania
Sneed any accommo- Public Records said county. decedent's estate, including n noce is retired to served THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB MELVEN F. MIKELL, et al, Rosa County in the Sle Of
To WELLS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF daan in order to participate in matured contingent or uaniqut cout WTHI THE cla TE OF 3his CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR Defendont(s). ' Florida.
E MORT IN A ST AN C this proceeding you are entitled Pursuant to tire Final Judgment dated claims, must file theirtTH DAYS AFTER THE
PST MOaTt IN AND FORISA at no cost to you to the provi- f Foreclosurn entered in the claims with thin court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF DATE O SERVICE OF A COPY NOICE OF FORECLOSURE The Folowing Vehicle is being
e Plaintiff and COUNTYFLORIDAin certain ast plea above styled cause Any person MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM . held for tie aove claimed lien.
D, DIANA 0D CIVIL DIVISION c enrain Sus antd a 6865 claiming an interest in he snc THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- 1966 Ford 4DR. Vin#
STATESOF CASE NO.: 07-845CA carolnactStretMLandaton,65FlIaimingtam intherlestifanytherTHEFIRSNTPUBICE TI FTERTHE DATE OF SERVICE OF All other creditors of the dece- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- 1FALP653XTK176468
iALF OF THE 0 Caroline Street Miton, FL plus from the sale, if any, other THIS NOTICE. A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
OF THE AVEO MORTGAGE, 2 working days of this receipt the Lis Pendens must file a ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED THEM. have claims or demands against Foreclosure dated The Registered and/or legal
IAll other creditors of he dece- the decedent's estate including - ... 17, 200/ and en owners are:
IASADMINISK v.Plahff ofthis document. Iif you are claimhwithin sixty (60) days of- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. dent and other persons having unmalured contingent or unlip- '.ele in Cane N'. 17-CA
SERGRTO DAVID A. LAWSON, eas,55871 The dale of first publication of claims or demands against uidaled claims must t hieir of the Circuit Court a the FIRST Owner. Betty Holines Taylor
MERGERA TON 1Deendar Dalltedat hs the 12ada, oS-hs te p br2decedent's estate must file ther claims withi thin court WITHIN Judicial Circuit in and af r 6136 Buckwad Rd Baker Fl
RGERS To NOTICE OF ACTION of tin Courtrish13 aoyt Sep ember 2007 2007 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF HE DAT OF THE FIRST PUBLI- whnerein U.S. BANK NATIONAL
\K OF ALA- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF CATION OFTHISNOTICE
\L ASSOCIA TO- ember, 2007 MARY M. JOHNSON Attorney for Personal Represent-THIS NOTICE. ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE Ais tont of towing is
I NKA JA RA- UEL CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF alive the Plaintiff and MELVEN' F. Lien :1- ci.. I 4$350.00 Star-
-RAQUEL H. LAWSON Mary M. Johnson SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- / Roy V. Andrews ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED MIKELL CITFINANCIAL E ge I-.. i $575.00 as of
are the Da- Last Known Address 1903 A Clerk of the CourtL IDA LOYV.ANDREWSES WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS WILL BE FOREVER BARRED UITY SERVICES, INC.; TENANT Sep . plus $25.00
ohe red Boulevard, Navarre, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Lindsay, Andrews & Leonard, SET FORTH IN SECTION NOTWITHSTANDING THE #1 NK/A DANNY GEORGE per day pus sales ta.
ANTA ROSA CurreinI Residence Unknow ByJ. Watkins BY- Brandy Norris P.A. PROBATE OD WLE FOR TIME PERIODS SET FORTH and TENANT #2 N/K/A CA'
RTHOUSE at UNKNowNes PouSE OF As Depputy Clerk Deputy Clerk 5218 Wlina Street EvEROBATERRCODE WILL BE FOR- ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED SEY MIKELL ate tie Defendants The said sale will be held on
25 . - Milton, Florida 32570 TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF- I sill sell to the highest and best eOt 13, 2007 at 8.00 AM. it
]he ' . ..-..RAQUEL H. LAWSON 092207 092207 18501l623-3200 NOTWITHSTANDING THE TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE bidder tot cash at STEPS OF the owner cares to teconer aid
Last Knowr Adams 1903 Al 092907 092907 Florida Bar No. 228291 TIME PERIOD SET FORTH OF DEATH IS BARRED, THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY vehicle tiey naybriing the
red Boulevard N rre, FL91031 9103ABOVE ANY CLAIM FIL THOUSE at ft COUAM vamountiof they cargesinrosinh
32566 PersonalaReareseFaline TWO 2)iYEARS OR MORE AF- THE DATE OF 'in' i UBLICA- on the 20 day of November only before the date of sale to
32OOD A U Nn//Mary Thomasan TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE TION OF THIS ,-1,in IS Sep- 2007, the following describednCi D Recovery atnd the vehicle
WOOD AC- Y/ Mary Thomason OF DEATH IS BARRED. amber 22 2007 property an set forthT in said Fl wi be surrendered to ihem.
,N, A SUB lin Iar Foreclosure of Martl Legal 9/1033 Legal 9/1037 5951 Miller Bluff Road This sale is in accordance with
Se theolowig de- MThe dale of first pubiation af Attorneys o Personal Repre n Judgment F Saue 71378
gAND 4, scoIed propertoo" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Milton, Florida 32583 this notice is September 22, sentative
NORTH, THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 092207S2007 /s/Kerry Ann Schulz ANTA LLA SI
ST, AS RE- SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT IN AND FOR SANTA ROS U IN AND FORSANTA ROSA029 r-ery Ann Schultz DIVISION OF A PORTION 092907
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Legal 9/1025
IN THE CIRCUIT
THE FIRST JUD
CULT, IN AND F
ROSA COUNTY, I
Case No.: 07-14:
Division: E
Anthony E. Mitchem
Petitioner
and
Tammy L. Mitchem,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF A

TO: TAMMY L. MITC
4311 Reinsma Rd
32583
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
lion has been filed
and that you are
serve a copy of yo
fences, if any, to it
Earl Mitchem, whose
4035 Lancer St.,
32571 on or bef
8th 2007, and file
with the clerk of t
6865 Caroline St.
32570, before ser
tioner or immediate
If you fail to do
fault may be
against you for
demanded in the
Copies of all c
ments in this
eluding orders a
ble at the Clerkc
cuit Court's o
may review th
ments upon requ
You must keep
of the Circuit Co
notified of you
address. (You
Notice of Curren
Florida Supreme
proved Family
12.915.) Future
this lawsuit will
to the address
at the clerk's offi
WARNING: Rul
Florida Family
of Procedure, re
tain automatic
of documents
motion. Failure
can result in sc
cluding dismiss
ing of pleadings
Dated: September 1
CLERK OF THE CIRCA
CIRCUIT COURT
By: Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk
092207
092907
100607
101307
9/1025

Legal 9/1028
THE CIRCUIT C
THE FIRST JUD
CUlT IN AND F
ROSA COUNTY, I
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 05-10
DIVISION
WELLS FARGC
N.A. SUCCESS
MERiER TO WE
HOME MORTG.
F/K/A NORWE
GAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK E. HOWAR
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FO

NOTICE IS HEREBY
suant to an Am
Judgment of Mortc
sure dated Se
2007 and entererT
05-1022-CA of
Court of the FIRST
cuit in and for S.
County, Florida whf
FARGO BANK, N.
SOR BY MERGER
FARGO HOME I
INC F/K/A NOR'
GAGE INC. is the
JACK t. HOWARD
HOWARD, UNITED
AMERICA ON BEH
ADMINISTRATOR
SMALL BUSINESS
TRACTION; WACHE
NATIONAL AS
SUCCESSOR BY N
SOUTHTRUST BANF
SOR BY ME
SOUTHTRUST BAN
BAMA, NATIONAL
TION, TENANT #1
SON HOWARD
fendonts, I will sell
and best bidder
STEPS OF THE SA
COUNTY COURT
11:00AM on the
October, 2007, t
describe2 ir- "1 ,
in s a id F , . I i.. ..
LOT 11, GLEN
RES SUBDIVISIO
DIVISION OF A
OF SECTION 3
TOWNSHIP 1
RANGE 28 WE
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. 11Q4 1 1104. _.
Jeffery & Shannon Michaud,
Legal 9/1061 whose address is 213 Norwich
Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 to
NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR- impact 0.07 acres of DEP
TINAEN aCErMENT wetlands f or the construction of
a single family home is hereby
TO WHOM IT MAY CON- granted unless a sufficient pet-
CERN: aon for an administrative hear-
tmq is timely filed under Sections
Please be advised that on the 120.569 and 120.57 of the
9th day of October, 2007 at Forida Statutes as provided be-
5'01 p.m., CDT at the City low.
Council meeting room at the
City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street, The activity is located at Deer
ie the Ciy of Milton, Florida, Point Drive, Lot 9, Block A in un-
there wil 'be proposed for en- named wetland, Class III Wa-
actment an Ordinance whose i- ters of the State, Section 8,
tie is as follows: Township 03-South, Ranee
29-Wesf, Lonqitude 87 11'
ORDINANCE NO. 1260-07 3.4" West LatiTude 30 20' 47"
AN ORDINANCE ESTAB- North, in Santa Rosa County.
AN ORDINANCE ESTAB-
LISHING A BUDGET PRO- The procedures for petitioning
VIDING FOR THE PAY- for a hearing are se forth be-
MENT OF THE EXPENSES low
OF ALL DEPARTMENTS
AND FUNCTIONS OF THE A person whose substantial in-
CITY GOVERNMENT OF terests are affected by the De,
THE CITY OF MILTON, prtment's action may petition
FLORIDA, FOR THE FISCAL or an administrative proceed-
YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER in s [hearing) under Sections
30, 2008. 120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statutes. The petition
This -i ir file o in ile in the must contain the information set
City ' .' - for inspec- forth below and must be filed
ion, Any interested party may Ireceived by the clerk in the Of-
appear at the meeting and be ice of General Counsel of the
heard with respect to the pro- Department at 3900 Common-
posed Ordinance, wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
This the 25th day of September, 35 Tallahassee, Florida
2007 32399-3000.
Dewitt Nobles Because the administrative hear-
City Clerk ing process is designed to rede-
aermine final agency action on
092907 the application, the filing of a
092907 petition for ne administrative
9/ 061 hearing may result in a modifi-
cation of the permit and lease,
or even a denial of the applica-
t__________ ion. Accordingly, the applicant
is advised not to commence
construction or other activities
Legal 9/1062 under this permit/lease until the
deadlines below for filing a pe-
LEGAL AD liion for an administrative hear-
Due Date Extended in or request for an extension
The School Board of Santa Rosa o~time have expired.
County is accepting offers from Under Rule 62-110.106(4) of
interested parties to purchase the Florida Administrative Code,
surplus school board real es a person whose substantial in-
ate, located at 409 Gulf terests are affected by the De-
Breeze Parkway, Gulf Breeze, apartment's action may also re-
FL 32571. Parce ID quest an extension of time to file
04-3S-29-0000-00501-0000. a petition for aon administrative
The property is approximately hearing. The Department may,
1.03 acres +- with 205' fron- for good cause shown, grant
age on Highway 98 and in- he request for an extension of
cludes improvements, time. Requests for extension of
Contact the Assistant Supern- lime must be filed with the Of-
tendent for Administrative Set- fice of General Counsel of the
vices at 850-983-5123 for ad- Department at 3900 Common-
ditional information, wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
Sealed proposals must be sub- 35 Tallahassee, Florida
miuted to the office of the Assis- 32399-3000, before the appli-
tant Superintendent for Adminis- cable deadline A timely re-
trative Services 6544 Firehouse quest for extension of time shall
Road, Milton FL 32570 no later toil the running time period for
than Tuesday, October 9 filing a petition until the request
2007(due date extended) at 2 is acted upon. If a request is
P.M. All bids will be opened filed late, the Department may
and read aloud at that time. still grant it upon a motion by
SThe board reserves rights to ac- the requesting party showing
cept and reject any and all pro- that the failure to file a request
posals and to waive minor tech- for an extension of time before
nicalities. the deadline was the result of
John W. Rogers, Superintendent excusable neglect.
of Schools In the event that a timely and
School District of Santa Rosa sufficient petition for an adminis-
County trative hearing is filed, other
persons whose substantial inter-
092907 ests will be affected by the out-
100607 come of the administrative proc-
911062 ess have the right to petition to
intervene in the proceeding. In-
- tervention will be only at te dis-
cretion of the presiding officer
upon the filing of a motion in
Legal 9/1064 compliance with Rule
28-106.205 of the Florida Ad-
STATE OF FLORIDA ministrative Code.
-EVFR I iMM1 Tl PROTEC- In accordance with Rules
TIO N L PROTEC 28-106.1112 and
NO'TICE OF INTENT TO IS- 62-110.106131aj(4), petitions
SUE PERMIT tar an administrative hearing by
the applicant must be tiled
This intent to issue a permit (File within 21 days of receipt ao this
No. 57-0256301-01-.DF) to written notice Petitions filed by
any persons other than the ap-



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Rule 28-1 UO.U I. Under ec- orLuS E r rOF LPrIP, FAIK OK U07VU/ TO: Jeremy Brey, Father
tions 120.569(2)jc) and (d) of NKA KATHLEEN FAIR; 100607 I/k/a USS Nashville LED 13
the Florida Statutes, a petition 9/1068 FPOAE 09579-1715
far administrative hearing must Defendant (s). -AE0591
be dismissed by the agency if Legal 9/1069 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
the petition does not subsfan- NOTICE OF SALE Fa lED that a Petition under
tia ly comply with the above re-
quirements or is untimely filed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN oath has been filed in the
queens o is untimely iled. THAT PURSUANT TOTHE AND FOR SANTA ROSA above styled Court for the
This action is final and effective JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO- termination of parental
on the date filed with Ihe Clerk ENTERED IN THE ABOVE BATE DIVISION : rights of A. W., a male
of the Department unless a peti- CAUSE I WILL SELL THE PROP- AE07-CP-287 orn on the 4th day
tion is filed in accordance with ERTY SITUATED IN SANTA 57-2007-CP-287 of January, 2006, .in
the above. Upon the timely fil- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, DE- DIVISION Sant Rosa County, Flr-
ing of petition this order wilt not SCRIBED AS: SE ida by the De artment of
be effective until further order of IN RE: THE ESTATE OF: Chihdren and family Ser-
the Department. LOT 13 BLOCK D MICHEL PADUA GABRIEL vices, for subsequent
MANDAVILLE SUBDIVISION Deceased, adoption, and you are
This permit constitutes an order BEING A PORTION OF SEC- NOTICE TOhereby coCREDITORS and a ar bnded to be
of the Department. The appli- TION 25 TOWNSHIP 2 O - CREDITORS and apbe Marci before the.od-
cant has the ri ht to seek judi- SOUTH, RANGE 28 WEST, administration of he esae man Judge of the Circuit
cial review of the order under SANTA'ROSA COUNTY, FLOR'- The administration of the estate man, Judge of the Circuit
al reviewon 12068 of the Flor under SANTA ROSA COUNG TO LAT REof MICHEL PADUA GABRIEL, Court in and for Santa
Statutes, by he filin 68 ofa the Florida ce DA ACCORDED IN PLAT BOOK G deceased Case File Number Rosa County Florida, at
of appeal under Rule 9.110 of PAGES 54(162) OF THE PUB 57-2007 27, is endin in the Santa kosa County
the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
the Florida Rules of Appellate LIC RECORDS OF SAID C Forida Probale Divi- Street, Milton, FL 32570,
Procedure with the Clerk of the COUNTY. County Florida, ess Pro bateich Div Street, Mil ay of t on, F32570,
Department in the Office ofasion,tIne address of which is on the 25th day of Octo-
General Counsel, 3900 Com- AT PUBLIC SALE TO THE 6865 Caroline Street, Miltoni ber, 2007, at 9:00 a.m.
monwealth Boulevard, Mail S- HIGHEST AND BST BIDDER Florida 32570 . The names ana You must either appear
tion 35, Tallahaossee, Florida, FOR CASH, AT 11:00 AM oH addresses of the personal repre- on the date and at the
32399-3000; and by filing a OCTOBER 18 2007. AT sentative and the personal time specified or send a
copy of the notice of the appeal SANTA ROSA COUNTY representative's aorney are se written response to the
accompanied by the applicable COURTHOUSE, MILTON, FLOP- forth below Court prior to that time.
filing ees with the appropriate IDA. 6865 Caroline St., Milton, Acreditorsof the decedent
trii rt eT o.and other ,persons havA claims Y OUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
district court of Theeno-TFLSar-
tice of appeal must be filed ANY EF.II CLAIMING AN or demands against dcedent's OR RESPOND SHALL BE
SH estate including uLmalured TREATED AS A CONSENT
within 30 days from the date INTERE i i THE SURPLUS estate, in unquidmatured TREO TEDRMINATIS A CONSENT OF PA-
when the final order is filed with FROM THE SALE IF ANY contingent or AN THiquidateS TO TERMINATION OF PA-
the Clerk of the Department. Re- OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY claims, on whom a copy of this RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
quests for review before the OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF notice is erved must ile their SHALL PERMANENTLY
Land and Water Adiudicator THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A claims with this court WITHIN LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
Commission must be filed with CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF- AS A PARENT TO THE
the Secretary of the Commission TER THE SALE. TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
andthe Secretary of the Departmission TE THE SALE. PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- TION FOR TERMINATION
within 20 days from the date IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ATICE OF SERVICE OF 30 DAYS AFTER THE OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
ACT PERSONS WITH DISABILI OF THISNOTCE ON THEM. WITNESS my. hand as the
TIE S NEEDING A SPECIAL AC ll other creditors of the dce- Cler o saidCourt and
COMMODATION TO PARTICI dent and other persons havin the Seal thereof, this 27th
PATE IN THIS PROCEEDING claims or demands against day of August, 2007.
SHOULD CONTACT THE decedent's estate, includinA un
A.D.A. ADMINISTRATOR FOR matured, contingent or unliqui- CLERK OF COURT
rior Pain THE CLERK OF THE COURT dated claims must file their SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
NOT LATER THAN 7 DAYS claims with this court WITHIN 3 FLORIDA
S , PRIOR TO UN THE PROCEEDING, MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
A T C IN THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF By: Lisa Taylor
Y.,' - ' ^, IF HEARING IMPAIRED, ITDD THIS NOTICE. Deputy Clerk
S1-800-955-8771 'VOiCf ALL CLAIMS' NOT SO FILED
U 1-.R800-955-8770.'THIS IS NOT WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 090807
A COURT INFORMATION The date of first publication of 091507
LINE. this Notice s September 29, 092207
DATED: SEPTEMBER 24, 2007. 2007. 092907
CLERK OF THE COURT Attorney for Personal Represent-9/0
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ative:
Leber's Paint & BY:Angea Dunn . /s/James W. Ma aha
DeputyCerk JAMES W. MAGAHA, ES- 1 2 3
Trim LLC oid Bar NoE 394327
Licensed & Insured Call 092907 Fl812 Northida Bar No: 394327Street
for Free Estimates. Inte- 9/1066 Pensacola, Florida 32501
nrior Painting, Trim Work, 8501 438.6224
Pressure washing. Exte- Personal Represenlative: 1 5
rior Paintin. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF /s/Jamile Gabriel Roberts
850-2065370 THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JAMILE GABRIEL ROBERTS
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092907
bck SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC., 100607 2
Plaintiff,'9/1069
vs. Legal 9/1070
Stewart's Tractor MATTHEW A. BIRR, et ux,, et IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 25
Works al., FRR
Tree & stump removal, Defendanls).I COUNTY, AFLoRIDA ROSAp_.
debris removal & storm NOTICE OF ACTION BATEDIVISION CP- 30
cleanup, bush hogging & File No. 57-2007-CP-99
discing, land clearing, TO:MATTHEW EA. BIRR f o and INRE ESTATE OF
backhoe work dead his there unknown heirs , JAMES HOWARD LEWIS 3
demolition & hauling devisees, gaees or grantees JAMES HOWARD LEWIS,
516-1801 or 675-4291 and all persons or parties claim- -eased.
Licensed & Insured aing by s thromt under or
Address: 9404 Octavia Lane, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Nvarre, Florida 32566 The administration of the estate 38 39 40
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an Ac- of James Howard Lewis,
tion for foreclosure of a mort- Sr deceased hose date of
te on he following property2007 as eruar
ANTA ROSA County, FIor- for7' is pending Rsin the cuit42
Mr. Tree Service : Florida, Probate ......
Escambia Counties with DEN VILLAGES PHASE I 472, Milton, Florida 32572. 48
discounts for widows. Just ACCORDING TO THE PLAT The name and address ao the
Leave a Message @ THEREOF AS RECORDED IN personal representative and the
62216PLAT BOOK D PAGES) personal representative's attor- 51
623-2164 59 OF THE PUBLIC R.C- he are set forth below.
ORDS OF SANTA ROSA Ar creditors of the decedent
COUNTY, FLORIDA. and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
has been filed against you and estate on whom a copy oa this
yai a...e...quiired fin s..r..e notice is required to be served
copy of your written defenses if must file their claims with this
$15 Horseback Rides aty, to it on SPEAR AND HOFF- court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MAN, P.A., Aorneys, whose MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
Complete details free, fun address is 9700 South Dixie THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF . Ln
for the whole family. You Highway, Suite 610, Miami THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- 1 Links gp.
670-229are guaranteed a un , ithin6' 30 daysA COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON 4. Slip a Mickey
time. Call: Country Ad- after the first publication THEM.
venture850-623-2094 of the notice, and to file the All other creditors of the dece- 8. Utah lily
original with the Clerk of this dent and other persons having 12 Midwest stat
Court either before servi c n claims or demands against 12. Midst state
Sawmill & Products SPEAR AND HOFFMAN, P.A., decedent's estate must file their 13. Vague ipre
Silcox Cornmpany attorneys or immediately there- claims with this court WITHIN 3 gue impress
Sawmill after; otherwise a defulfwill be MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 14 Well-informec
entered against you for the re THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
Custom Sawing, your liefdemanded in the Complaint THIS NOTICE. 15. Mon. follower
logs, or oursl ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
Lumber Cut To Order n my hand and seal of WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 16. Specks of thri
this Court on this 24 day of SEP- NOTWITHSTANDING THE
Treated Material TEMPER 2007. TIME PERIOD SET FORTH 17. Repast
All Size Boards & Posts TEMBER 2007 ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
Rough Cut Lumber For: MARYM. JOHNSON TWO (2 YEARS OR MORE AF- 18. Like Cassius'
Barns CIRCUIT COURT SEAL OF DEATH IS BARRED, 20. Unattractive
Out Buildings By: Angela K. Dunn The date of first publication of 22. Lewis or Bela
Farm Fence As Deputy Clerk this0notice is September 29,
Milton 0929072007 24. Pond
850-341-6532 100607 Attorney for Personal Represent- 25. Chignon comr
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Building, Inc. Legal 9/1068 GIBSON & JARVIS, P.A film)
R.V. & Boat covers, ar- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Pace2 F a 90 lorida 32571V
ages, orlable sheds, FOR SANTA ROSA Telephone: 18501 995-8885 31. Greyhound V(
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Legal 9/1071
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No.:
57-2007-CP-276
Division:
IN RE: Estate of'
EDGAR BROWN WHEELER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate


Page 5-B


Legal 9/964
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 2007 1056 DR
Division: B
Shannon Marie Hughes,
Petitioner
and
George Patrick Hughes,
Respondent.


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licant, and other than those en- when the final order is filed with File No.: 2005-405-CP
tiled to written notice under the Clerk of the Department. Division: B
Section 120.60(3) of the Flor-
ida Statutes must be filed within The application is available for IN RE: ESTATE OF
21 days of .publication of the public inspection during normal
notice or whn 21 days o such businesshours 800 a.m. to SHIRLEY FERN HOLMES
notice, regardless of the date of 5:00 p.m., Monday through Frn-
publicaton . day, except legal holidays, at Deceased.
Department or Environmental
Under Section 120 60(3) of the Protection, 160 Governmental NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Florida Statutes, however, any Center Suite 201, Pensacola,
person who has asked the De- Florida 32502-5794. The -. .-[--- of the estate
apartment for notice of agency of ' .,' : ' HOLMES de-
action may file a petition within 092907 ceased, whose date of dea h
21 days of such notice, regard- 092907 - .- '4 ' 2005 is pend
less of the date of publication. 9/1064 . .- .: - circuit Court for
--i ' - County Florida
The petitioner shall mail a copy Probate Division the address or
of the petition to the applicant which is Post Office Box 472
at the address indicated above Milton, Florida 32570. The
at the time of filing. The failure Legal 9/1065 names and addresses of the
of any person to Tile a petion OF SALE personal representative and the
for an administrative hearing or NOTICE O ALE personal representatives attor-
pursue mediation as provded ney are set forth below.
below within the appropriate In accordance with leases be A creditors of the decedent
time period shall constitute a n te ollon persons and other persons having claims
waiver of those rights. And G loverLane 'Parkmore or demands against decedent's
Self Storage at 4815 S.W estate on whom a co of this
A petition that disputes the ma- Glover Lane, Milton FL 32570, notice is required to be served
trial facts on which the Depart a public or private sale Will be must file their claims with this
meant's action is based must con conducted at 4646 Porkmore court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
tain the following information: Plaza Dr Milton FL 32583 at MONTHS AFTER THE TME OF
8:00 am on 10/11/07. Sale THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
(a) The name and address of com lies with part IV of Chap THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
each agency affected ne4 l-,h ter t3 of the Florida Statute TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
agency s fie or t .- ... PARKMORE A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
number if known- PARKMORE STORAGE THEM.
(b) The name, address aand tele- UNIT # TENANT All other creditors of the e
phone number of the petitioner; UNIT TENAN their creditors of the dce
the name, address, and tele- dent and other persons having
phone number of the petitioner's A6 G BOYD claims or demands against
represenialie, if any which AO C. MARTIN decedent's estate must ile their
shall be the address for service C52 M.SLACK claims with this court WITHIN 3
purposes during the course of D87 D. NORRIS MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
I he proceeding; and an expa- F142 C. HERNANDEZ THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
nation of how he petitioner's F144 G. MCGOWAN THIS NOTICE.
substantial interests are or will G208 M. COLEMAN
be affected by the agency d H23d S. PINKNEY ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
termination; f h 1252 MEDICI WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
cI A statement of when and 1252 J. MURPHY JR. SET FORTH IN SECTION
how the petitioner received no- K293 C. OPPENLANDER 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
tice of the agency decision P718 C. WALES PROBATE CODE WLL BE FOR
d) A statement of al disputed P729 J. MULROY EVER BARRED.
issues of material fact. If there
are none, the petition must so in- GLOVER LANE SELF TOR NOTWITHSTANDING THE
dictate; AGE/PARnORE STORAGE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
le A concise statement of the ul- 4815SW GLOVER LANE ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
imate facts alleged, including MILTON, FL 32570 TWO rei YEARS OR MORE AF-
he specific facts that the pet- 0 7 TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
ioner contends warrant reversal D92907 OF DEATH IS BARRED.
or modification of the agency's 100607 The date of first publication of
proposed action; and 9/1065 this notice is September 29,
IA statement of the speciS O_ _Pfic _roa Rersn2007.
ules or statutes that the peti-
tioner contends requires rever- Legal 9/1066 Attorney for Personal Represent-
sal or modification of the agen- T a ive:
cy's proposed action IN THE CIRCUIT COURT /s/Jason A. Waddell
(g) A statement ot the relief FOR SANTA ROSA Jason A. Waddell
sought by the petitioner, stating COUNTY FLORIDA Attorney for Clifford Holmes
precisely the action that the pel- CASE N: 07-721-CA Florida Bar No. 529958
ioner wishes the agency to rake DIVISION: A Waddell & Waddell, P.A.
wdB respect to the agency's pro- 088 North 2th Aeenue
posed action. 552007CA000721XXCICI Pensacola, Florida 32501
A petition that does not dispute WALTER MORTGAGE COM- Telephone' (8501 434-096
the material facts on which the PANY, ASSIGNEE OF MADI- Personal Representative:
Department's action is based SON EQUITY CORPORATION /s/ TheresaL. Holmes
shall state that no such facts are Plaintiff, Theresa Holmes
in dispute and otherwise shall vs. 540 Corunna Avenue
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S... 1 4 ....1104 . I 1104 1_120
of Ed ar Erov.wn Wheeler ae. NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
ce--- e Number Legal 9/961 - Reward
:e ci'C Cour IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF :04Geore bPatrckR ralughes A For n return of -olfcat.
_. , . 'r b O'sch ,THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 3'04 rebbRdveen 9/21s2/07
68 '. ,, adressr o .,c is CUfT IN AND FOR SANTA 30274 Green Ingersol-Rand,
or-do C... S Thre Man ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- Beige top, white seats,
oaa jhe Uerso rep reJUVENILE DVIION tion has been filed . --t . rearview mirror, reverse
sentatives and personal repr CAE NO. 06-DP-80 and that you are .... backseat with handhold
sentotves attorney are set Forth IN THE INTEREST OF serve a copy your wri n de charter. Loks
b elw ' tenses, i any, to i1 on S hannon rre ' a a ,
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS . , 0/0/200 Mare Huhes, whose address new 200 reward on re-
ARE NOTIFIED THAT: A.W. 01/04/2006 s5450 herb Cr Milton FL turn of cart. 623-8109
All crediors of he decedent A oI N C 32583 on or before 10-8-07
And EW dL,--- E- F I- A MtNOR CHI u and (ie the original with the
or clerk of this Court at
estate on whom a copy of this TO: Crystal Wilson, : ler ois Cul a bt
notice is served within three Motherse iti
months after irhe dae of the first / 2 O urch Street, CoR- immediately thereafter. If you
publication of his notice musL tondale, FL J4J I fai ER do so, aT default
ie their claims with this Court , R ma be entire aint 1150
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE YO ,ARE HEREBY NOTI- may be enteredlaain de-
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF D that a Petition under you for the de
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF oath has been filed in tRhe m ded in the petition.
MOI N HAFOR STHERYDATE a OFLmaneddoSinqle male looking for
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS above syle urt the Copies of all court docu- T f pli E
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE terminatn o parental men ts in this case, in- sing eremale. loys
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE 9ihts of A. W., a male cluding orders are availa- sports, swimming and
ON THEM child born on the 4th day ble at the Clerk of the Cir- must be athletic
All other creditors of the dece- of January, 2006, Fino cult Court's office. You 313.st ele
dent and persons having claims Santa, Rosa Ceou F t of may review these docu- " i ...
or demands against the da Y the Deartment ments upon request.
decedent's etatse must file their Children and Family Ser-
D AT with this court WITHIN vices,. for ,subsequ nt You must keep the Clerk
...: MONTHSAFTER THEadoption, and you are of the Circuit Court's office
DATEOF THE FIRST PUBLICA hereby commanded to be notified of your current
TION OF THIS NOTICE and appear before the address. (You may file
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS a Honorable Marci L. Good- Notice of Current Addre IssL 1 -
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO man, Judge of the Circut Florida Supreme Court Ap- I
FILED WILL BE FOREVER Rosa County, Florida, at o p..ove. d Family Law Form
BARRED t osa County, or , a 2.915.) Future papers in ,,.,
BR the Santa Rosa County this lawsuit will e mailed Milnton
The date of the first publication Courthouse, 6865 Caroline to the address on record Found large female
of this Notice is September 29 Street, Milton, FL 32570, at the clerk's office, dog. Call 983-2865 or
2007 ber, 2007, at 9:00 a.m. WARNING: Rule 12.285 come by All Star Pet
/s/Scott Wheeler You must either appear Florida Family Law Rules roomg on Berryll
SSott Wheeler on the date and at the of Procedure, requires cer- Rd
2748 New Mill Pie me specified or send a tain automatic disclosure
4Acworth lGA30102 written response to the of document and informa-
ersonal Represenaie Court prior to that time. tion. Failure to comply can
YOUa FAILRRE TO AePPEa result in sanctions, includ- ----
/sJefer Byrom OR RESPOND SHALL BE ' lea dings.m o trikngs
AJeonifer Byr sonal Reresent TREATED AS A CONSENT opleadgs.
attorney r Personalp TO TERMINATION OF PA- Dated 8/31/07 . * '
Florida Bar No438960 RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU �
,enor,.Byromo& Ass~ciates SHALL PERMANENTLY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
5177. ylmira street LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS CIRCUIT COURT SEAL -
Milton, FL 32570 AS A PARENT TO THE By. Suzanne Brooks _ .
Telephone: (8 50 62 47 CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- Deputy Clerk
Telephepe. Bo 623 -,7 TION FOR TERMINATION
092907 OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. 090807 . V ,i
the Seal thereof, this 27th 9/964
Legal 9/960 day of August, 2007. 2100 - Pets
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CLERK OF COURT 211 es Feet
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Good Home
CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA FLORIDA 2120 - Pet Supplies
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT SEAL , 1 2130 - Farm Animals/
JUVENILE DIVISION By: Lisa Taylor Supplies
CASE NO. 06-DP-80 Deputy Clerk li 12140 - Pets/Livestock
IN THE INTEREST OF: 090807 ' -_L- --Wanted
091507 Publisher's
A.W. 01/04/2006 092207 Notice
092907 Notice
A MINOR CHILD 9/961 Freedom Communica-
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^r'ons $130.00
Items Kitchen table white with
ding Supplies Sea Green leather chairs
hess on rollers. $200.
men , 850-313-1658


3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320- Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)


3110
Frigidaire
side-by-side
refriqerator/freezer paid
$1399 asking $850(
Whirlpool W/D combo
paid $2200 aiinn
$1700; Eme. .. ,,
flat tube TV paid $134
, .' . 80; Hilachi
- , T ' $60. All items
practically brand new.
623-6733


Solid Oak dresser with
big mirror, several draw-
ers and comoortments. In
excellent co.. 'ion
' ;.,, $225 obo.
.43




Milton
Sat. Sept. 29th
7am-11 aam
6023 Running Deer Rd.
off of Anderson.
Lots of baby items.
Milton
TanIlewood East Nei h-
borhood Yard Sale. Oct.
5th & 6th, 7am -1pm. Off
Willard Norris Rd.
626-0985
Pace
Multi-Family Sale
Sat. Sept. 29th, 7am - ?
4730 Winterdale Dr.
Toys, furniture, collecta-
bles, old singer sewing
machi ne kitchen items,
baby items, clothes and
more.


.7 '/

Aft" . . f


Eckerd Yo .' ih ., ,.',- a
leader in helping at-risk youth, is
now seeking Nor P .1 ' 1ill
Y-t; 1 Coi ! - . for our outdoor
'i. I .*i':t ; programrr in . ....'i , FL.
Act as a role model, assisting in
guiding and ' 0' -" -. ii -
con.fidence and . - -.-rn of
you:-, Must be able to participate
in outdoors a3c'li a 7-1. , have
exp. with yoi. l. HS diploma or
equivalent. Fax: (850) 675-1230
or -ii' (850) 675-4512
for mI ore in fo i.


Gun Show Assistant Part-time flexi-
FWB ble hours, computer liter- Florida Department
- .acy, sense.of humor es- of Agriculture
Fairgrounds sential. Ask for Don OPS Peanut Inspection
Set. 29-30 850-313-9060 positions available Jay &
Allentown area. Contact
Sat. 9-5 Sue Herndon
*Sun 10-4 (850)675-4162
Free Parking Automotive E./A.A.
(407 Automotive
(407)
275-7233 ASE Certified
floridagunshows.com Tech


Massey Furgeson
135 Tractor. 35 h.p. gas
motor, new water pump,
ood oil pressure, with
9ox blade. $2,700 or
best offer. 995-9321 or
Cell 982-5353




Screen printing
equipment & supplies
$300
Wheelchair $5
Toy truck collection
(approx 200 pcs) $300
Wheelbarrow $10
Free lumber
Call 626-3700


S 3320
Plants for sale
Sago Palms, Century
plants, Mexican Petunias,
Soft Yucca, Shrimp
plants, Chinese Umbrel-
las, Four o'clocks (yellow
& purple) $5.00 and up
490-0237



3340

TREK 2200
Road Bike





Light as a
feather.
Flies down the
road!
Like new. $700 obo.
Please note, the ad pre-
viously said TREK
2000 That was wrong.
This baby is a 2200!!
Call Tom, 368-1603






" . i

r EMPLOYMENT
4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
4120 - Sales
4130 - Employment
Information


ix ILT A


FT p( .'on D.If . TCHER/RECORDS
CLER. : ' -,. . . . LE.Diploma or
. ,: , ,: � wm, ability to obtain
-" ' " ' - ' . mos. Rotating
:,s . alaryry
S' - ' ' i s available)
1- :- . .: a' - .. ...- Jt'a to apply.
*, . ' contact

Landriui Stan Services, RO. Box 15700,
Pens., FL 32514 (6723 Plantation Rd., Pens.)
or c, (8,5(') 4 / ' 0 0. pen until filled.


Min 5 years exp.
5 day work week.
Driveability a plus.
Good benefits.
Specialty tools provided.
9009 N. Davis Hwy.
Pensacola. 477-3317


Dental Assistants
Needed Part-time and full
time positions available
Jay area..... Experience
required- Please fax re-
sume to: (850)675-1950



Drivers

NEWSPAPER
CARRIERS
The Northwest Florida
Daily News is seeking
carriers in the following
areas:
* DeFuniak

* Crestview

000000
* Navarre

Walton Co.

* Mary Esther

No phone calls,
please.
Requires valid driver li-
cense, clean driving
record, dependable
transportation and
proof of auto insurance.
Applications accepted
Mon - Fri 9am- 4pm,
200 NW Racetrack Rd,
Ft. Walton Beach. No
phone calls.



Daily

News


General Office Help
wanted for long distance
trucking company.
Computer experience
helpful Fax resume to
85 -994-4220 or
E-mail resume to
wa4tfr@bellsouth.net


Hard working
cleaning person needed
long term for growing
cleaning business. Must-
have reliable
transportation from job
ob.
.all 994-1785


NEW rTiAo
Healthcare/Other
Okaloosa
Regional Home
Health
an JCAHO-accredite
home health agency
based in Crestview, Flo
ida has the following p
sitions available:
4 Rehab Supervisor
* RN
* LPN
* Occupational Therapis
* Physical Therapist
(F/T & PRN)
* Physical Therapist
Assistant
We offer excellent ben
fits and compensation
package with 401K an
tuition reimbursement.
OKALOOSA
REGIONAL
HOME HEALTH
Altn: NOMC
Human Resources
151 E. Redstone
Crestview,Florida 32539
850-682-9244,
Fax 850-689-8470
Email: hr nomc@chs.net
NOMC is an Equal 0
portunity Employer/Dru
Free W6rkplace.


Nursery Worker
Local Church seeking
nursery worker on
Wednesday night and
Sunday morning services,
approximately 6-8 hours
per week. Non-Smoker
only. Call 623-6683 for
more information.

Operations Management
Night-side
Production
Manager
The Panama City News
Herald seeks an experi-
enced night-side produc-
tion manager to manage
and lead one of Freedom
Communication's newest
nrintinn and nckanninn


Permanent, part-time
Laboratory
Cler /Technician wanted
for local
water/wastewater labo-
ratory. Need reliable ve-
hicle, valid driver's li-
cense, hi'h school di-
ploma. Must be available
at least 24-32 hours per
week, some weekend
hours. Please fax resume
to 850-623-6110.


Faci'i'ies; -acilt ex 1 an BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
sian and equipment is
- less then 2 years old. 5100 - Business
Opportunities
Successful applicant will 5110 - Money to Lend
be responsible for
night side quality assur-
once, deadline adher-
-,,, .- p,:la;-.. - opera- 5 0
1..- ,- . J . a- I :iher as- '. " 1 0 0
to pects of newspaper and P/T, home based, phone
commercial press opera- mystery shopper needed
tions for The News Her- for 20 yr. healthcare
aid. Applicant will also company. Good hone
coordinate pre-press, voice & dependable.
plating, and work closely Need home fax machine.
- with the editorial depart- Call Lori for details at
ment to maintain a 850-995-8716
smooth workflow of the
core product.
SQualified candidates will
have experience with
scheduling and personnel
staffing, including hiring,
and will have a minimum
of three years of daily
newspaper production su-
pervisory experience. Po- R e c
sition is responsible for
ad ensuring that productiv-
cy ity, waste and quality
or- goals are met.
o-
If you're interested in
joining a great company I T
and group of co-workers
who are committed to
quality work, we encour- FT pOSitiOn
t age you to submit a .
cover letter and resume partm"n
to Lorraine Grimes, Hu- eparment
man Resources Director,dinator:
The News Herald, P. 0. Coordinator:
Box 1940 Panama City,
e- FL 32462 or e-mail to Of FL Drivers
in Igrimes@pcnh.com. Or
id use our online applica- or education
tion at
www.emeraldcoast.com/empl depending o0
a pypna
Applications will be ac- .
cepted until September tions. Gen
28, 2007. , -,, , , h ,


p-
19


The News Herald offers a
competitive benefit pack-
age including 401(k),
medical, dental, vision
and life insurance, paid
vacation and sick leave.
EOE Drug-free
Workplace.


Resource Dire
32572. Appi
October 17, 2
EOW/


REAL ESTATE FO
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Renta
6130 - Condo/Town
6140 - House Renta
6150 - Roommate
6160 - Rooms for R
6170- Mobile Horn
6180 - Out-of-Town
6190 - Timeshare F
6200 - Vacation Re



Milton
1 Bedroom furn
apartment with cei
air. No pets. $425
month plus deposi'
for a appointment.
626-3800
Miltop ..
3BD/1BA newer
with stove, fridge,
dry room, ceramic
floors and maple c
nets. Attached stor
shed. Nice neighb
hood. Non-smokin
$675/mo 626-29






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LITTER
YOUR
SHOULD
EVER RENTHAVE
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house C'
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Wanted
lent
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Rentals
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ntals '




Ever cat u eds he kind of litter you
nished pour i a liter bos: So put it on your
5 per,, shopping lia lt i i, t so t m y sut,
S plus cats already in need of omes.
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GETflTHE a'ON ;;
duplex
laun- i |
tile 'i
cabi-
rage
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OF MILTON

n. Parks & Recreation
- Recreation Program
Reqs.: HS Diploma, State
license & 2 yrs experience
n. Salary: Negotiable,
n experience and qualifica-
ierous benefits. Submit
3 Jack Sanchez, Human
sector, PO. Box 909, Milton, FL
locations accepted through
2007.
/DF/VET PREF/ADA.


Case Manager
Develop care plans & monitor quality & effectiveness
of services. Salary range: $11-$11.75/hr. based on
exp. BA Degree required, social work/related field
preferred.

Case Aide
Provides support to Social Services. Position in
Escambia, may travel within Escambia/Santa Rosa.
$8/hr. HS/GED required, college coursework preferred.

Both positions FT + excellent benefit package.
Including tuition reimbursement, retirement, mileage.
Print application from website wi yw.coawtfla.org
or visit website to view job description.
Mail to PO. Box 17066, Pensacola, FL 32522,
fax 850-479-7086, deliver to 875 Royce Street.
Consideration only to persons submitting completed
agency application & resume. Open until filled.
EOE Drug Free Workplace


Page 6-B


21
Kitten Ass
Pleanty to ch
Free to agc
995-4810c



Elizabeth Ta


MERC
3100 - Antiq
3110 - Appl
3120- Arts
3130 -Aucti
3140 - Baby
3150 - Build
3160 - Busin
Fniiii


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V BAPTIST
JAY HOSPITAL

JAY HOSPITAL IS ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING

Dietary Aide/Cook -20hrs/wk, HS/GED and 1 yr
exp preferred.

House Supervisor-RN 7p-7a shift. Must have cur-
rent FL RN license and current BLS and ACLS with
2 years RN experience. Supervisory experience a
plus.

CNA-FFT 7a-7p or 7p-7a, HS/GED with current FL
CNA certificate.

Physical Therapy Assistant; FT; Days, no week-
ends or Holidays, Must have FL PTA License.
SIGN ON BONUS!

Physical Therapist; FT; Days, no weekends or
Holidays. Must have FL PT license. SIGN ON
BONUS!
Positions available at Jay Hospital, Baptist Health
Care Affiliate. For further info, please contact
HIuman Resources at 850-675-8069. Applications
accepted online at www.ebaptisthealthcare.org


TG., PIACE YOUR, HOT JOB!- '623-2120















September 29, 2007


6110 i 6110


Milton
2/BR 1/BACH/A
W/D hook-ups, Quiet
area available immedi-
ately. $550/mth.
$400/dep.
981-3364


Milton
2/BR 1/BA near Whit-
ing Field $550/mth
$350/security
377-6787


Milton
2BDRM, 2 bath, very
nice duplex for rent.
Fireplace, very spacious,
very nice area. $650.00
mth $650.00 deposit.
995-4335




The All New!

Jay

Apartments
FL:I.I-Y RENOVATED)
ONE. TWO. AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS
NOW AVAILABLE
W.A.C.0


Mulat/Pace
Very spacious 1 bed-
room, 1 bath apartment
for rent. Central heat and
air, garbage furnished.
Lots of ard. $285.00
month $285.00 deposit.
995-4335

Pace
Nice, 1/bedroom,
1/bath apartment.
Water, (includes hot
also), sewer and ar-
bage furnished. Nice
yard, quiet area. Great
for one or two people.
$300.00 month,
300.00 deposit
(850)995-4335





Destin: 5br 2Y2ba
furn'd $3000mo. + util.
2 deep water boat slips
w/lifts Call 837-0010





*3/2 Home, 8959
Gristmill Way East Mil-
ton $925*
*4/2 Double Wide,
4722 Thoroughbred
Rd. East Milton $850*
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


Milt


HOUSEJ


on


3BR/2BA, 1 car gar-
age near Whiting. $850
month. 232-9700
Milton


6160 j


6140

Milton
Share 3BR/2BA home
with CH/A utilities paid,
washer & dryer. Please
call in evenings
626-8336
Milton/Pace


3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage new tile & car- 3/BR 2/BA, double-car
pet. Miitay clause hon- garage. New tile & car-
ored. $975/mth pet. military clause hon-
$900/deposit. Call ored. $950/mth
850-501-0273 $800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273
Milton
6416 Misty Lake Dr. Pace
3BR/2BA-AII electric se-
cluded in town location 4BD/2BA behind
NO PETS. References Pea Ridge Elementry.
and lease re- $925 per month
quired.$800+$600 Sec. 850-232-9700
ep. After 4pm call RENT TO OWN
850-593-6015 4BR/2BA Brick Home.
Weekends only call Den w/FP, Patio Room.
850-718-6644 1.5 acres. WATER-
MiltonFRONT. Fantastic View.
6965 Summit Place Quiet nei hborhood
3BD/2A , 1900sq ft, 2 W/Lease-Optin;
car garage, 2 acres onh $239,000. Now is your
cil de ac. $,000/1mt chance to own beautiful
Avalable 9/1/07 waterfront property.
Call Janet Coulter (850)9829wotrag
206-3666 850)982
Milton
Blackwater Bay. 09:31iIc 1
New. 3 BR/2 BA1Wa- 6 50
terview and access.
Quiet. Beautiful. $1200 Pace
Mth. $1200 Dep.
723-2532 3BR/1/2BA to share
with mother and daugh-
Milton ter. All house privileges
Home for rent 3/BDRM, utilities included.
1 bath house. Central $450/month with
heat and air. $500.00 $100/deposit.
month $500.00 deposit. Small doq ok. Call '
(850)995-4335 995-1125 or 463-4103


Downtown Milton
Have bedroom in lare
private home with T,
cable, frig, microwave
and queen bed.
$495.00. Have bedroom
downstairs for $450.00
with TV, cable, fri., mi-
crowave and double
bed. Central heat/air
Call: 850-981-2457



Milton/Munson
Long or short term.
Quiet non-smoking envi-
ronment. Kitchen laun-
dry, utilities, satellite TV,
fox, internet, unlimited
lonq distance included.
$295/mth. 957-4616


6170

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



Milton
Quiet park, trees new
2BD/2BA mobile home.
No pets & no smoking.
$535 plus deposit-sewer
and garbage included.
850-626-1552


Z 0 4 1 ,


lot. $600/mth
$300/deposit. No Pets.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918

Milton
Doublewide Mobile
Home, Extra Clean. Marl-
bouroigh Village. 3/BR
2/BA Rrivacy Fence.
$700/mth
700/deposit. No pets.
Don Cumbie Realty.
626-8959

Milton
Doublewide, 3/BR
2/BA total electric. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch626-8973


Pace
2BR/1BA
Nice Quiet Area.
Big, Clean & Roomy
No Pets. $475/$400
Damage Deposit.
995-1717

Springhill
Furnished: 2004
14x70 3/BR 1/BA nice.
5 miles from Cold Water
Riding Stables. 8 miles
from Whiting Field. On
acraqe, adjacent to
Blac water Forest. No
pets, non-smoking envi-
ronment. References
needed. $550/mth
$300/deposit.
623-8920


6170 | 6170
Milton Milton
1BD/1BA Fireplace on Mobile Home in park.
ideal for single or a 3/br 1/ba. Total electric.
couple. Avaon Blvd. No Pets. $525/mth
6268973 $300/deposit
Bay Crest Realty
Milton 994-7918
Milton
2 lar e BR, 2/BA, car-
port, front porch, handi- Milton
cap accessible. All appli- Quiet Clean Park
ances. $650/mth Rent includes water, gar-
623-8511 or 910-0975 bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2BR/1 BA for $400/mth,
Milton also 2/2 for $475/mth
2/2 Mobile Home 5020 Call 255-7772
Ridyeway Blvd., private
lot, total electric, No
Pets. $525/mth Pace
$300/deposit 1999 16 x 80 4/BR
Bay Crest Realty 2/BA on I/ acre of land
994-7918 in Pace on 3700 Alvin
______ Dr. Fenced in yard,
SD/W. 626-0006 No
Milton pets. $700/mth
3/2 Mobile Home off Da $700/dep.
Lisa Rd, 6538 Pearl Ri
1-, f+tn 1 d1 rt ;i ;,,vot


Milton
New brick home,
3BD/2BA, 1365 sq ft
plus 2 car garage,
$149k
(850) 698-3402

Milton

OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, September 30
1 pm-4pm Come by for
refreshments and see an
outstanding house.
3BD/2BA 1862sq ft of
living area on 1/2 acre.
Only $174,900
Janet Coulter
206-3666




Pace
Commercial space for
rent. Approx 1500
square foot located on
Hwy 90 frontage. Great
area for traffic exposure.
$1000.00 month
$1000.00 deposit.


Page 7-B


1999 Buick Le Sabre
V6 - Low miles, leather in-
terior, loaded, great
condition. One owner.
$5995.00
850-324-8341

For Sale
1992 Jeep Wrangler;
soft top
126,000 miles(+)
Good condition; $4200
FIRM

9.5 H.P. Mercury
Outboard; Long shaft;
electric start. $600 FIRM
Call 850-512-5445

LOW, LOW
MILES!
MAZDA
PROTEGE '99
4 cylinder, 59,000 miles
NO RUST
No Tears No Dents. Ex-
cellent skape & condi-
tion. Cold AC, 1 owner,
PS, PW, PL, cloth seats.
Must See To
Believe!
$4500
259-7143


99y5-4335O
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Pace Call: 983-9527 or
For sale or lease. 723-5048
3,000SF building on 1
acre. Near 5-Points.
Great investment op-
ortunity. Se lrie pat
$125,000, or will � 8120
lease for $800/mth.
380-0060 1998 Grande Cherokee
Laredo, real clean inside
and out. $3900. Call:
Space for lease. Retail 850-623-5693 leave
or office. High traffic message.
area. 5217 and 5215
Dogwood Drive Holmes Jeep Wrangler
Plaza. Call 623-6184 Prt
Milton. port 04
4WD, 4' lift. Great con-
dition! 52K miles. $15K
obo. Call 850 543-8148

7150 TRUCS
Avalon Bch. 8130


lC leared lot, z20j0 x 14U/
make offer. 626-9910


Milton
20 Acres for sale.
Will not break up.
994-6283


2001 Fleetwood
Anniversary Edition.
32 x 80 Mobile Home.
Asking $62,000 will
move. 437-1662 or
341-2897

2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home $500/mth Dep.
and ref.850-537-6222
850-499-7412


East Milton
Almost 1/2 acre 12x65
mobile home, septic tank,
power pole, water meter.
for $30,000. Home is a
fixer upper. Great for
rental or to live in. Home
needs some repairs,
cleaning and paint. Pay
$16,500 equity and eas-
ily take over land pay-
ments of only $170/mo
or pay $3000-$5000
down with owner financ-
ing at $495/mo or make
me an offer, a deal or
trade. (850)479-9252


PONTIAC * GMC * BUICK A-N 7


H W Y. 9 0 A T 8 9 , M ILTO N V I ait fiif. s.ti s I f, WE ARE PROFESSIONAL GRADE Drve Beautiful


S j � * * 0 10


Ford 1996,
4x4, black 8 cylinder
5.0 liter, $4500. Call
850-259-0268




1998 Chevy Van
G2500 6 cylinder
$3200. 626-0749




2005 Yamaha 200
Enduro Motorcycle. Ap-
prox. 2000 miles. Gar-
aqe kept. $3500 obo.
221-2522


Wanted;
Old motorcycles,
ATV's, etc. Cash.
Will ick up.
850-499-2167



8210
16FT Bass Boat with
drive on trailer. 90hr
Johnson. Needs work
$1500.00 or trade for
equal value. 623-9464
or 418-2398


0 0

Find Your

Name & Win
Find , :. ,3,e in the Classified
Section of 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

AN"% Santa Rosa Rvsss


6629 El.a St , Milton - 623-2120


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MOBILE HO /3
F E7
LOT RENTM


REAL 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




For Sale By Owner Lake-
front
3BR/2B, 1500+ sq.ft.,
garage, large screen
room overlooking lake..
$125 00000. Will con-
sider lease-own option or
6-months lease.
850-485-4498

Milton
6226 Dixie Rd.
5BR/2.5BA 3000sq ft
living area on 1+acre.
Perfect for family $950
per month $950 security
deposit. No inside pets.
Non smoker
206-3666
Janet Coulter


I


7190 ]
20 Miles East of
Indianapolis
3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg, all
brick ranch. Built T999,
7.4 prime acres. View at:
www.MIBOR.com
$254,900
(850) 217-2884








AUTOMOTIVE. MARINE
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
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes




1995 Chevy. Lumina
3.2 $500.00. 623-9464
or 418-2398











September 29, 2007
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