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(Above) World War II veteran Frank Swanner is seen inside a 1946 Aeronica that was restored by his grandson Mark Lamon. (Below)
Originally the stripes on the plane were painted on with a broom prior to D-Day, but Lamon took more detail in restoring the plane.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


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SD-Day vet enjoys family surprise


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@ srpressgazette.com
Frank Swanner didn't pay
any attention to the airplanes
overhead when his company
stormed Utah Beach on D-
Day.
But he enjoyed the sur-
prise his family showed his
him past Saturday at Mapoles
Aviation, just outside of
Chumuckla.
Mark and Rhonda Lamon,
Swanner's grandchildren,
took and restored a 1946
Aeronica to look just like it


did when used on that histori-
cal day back in World War II.
"Mark kind of snuck the
plane in on me," said Rhonda.
"But when he told me what he
was planning on doing I
couldn't say very much."
Swanner himself was
speechless when he saw the
plane that bore his name
below the pilot's window.
"I am sure glad he did
this," said Swanner, after tak-
ing a flight on the plane.
"There is not a day that passes
where I don't think back about


that day."
Swanner, who was an
engineer in the Army, was
more focused on the task at
hand as his company stormed
the beaches of Nomandy on
D-Day.
"I wasn't thinking about


airplanes overhead in the
beginning," said Swanner,
who achieved the rank of
Sergeant. "For a moment I
was scared to death, but I
knew I had a job to do.
"If I had let my fear show
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Former Girl Scout


leader pleads out

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Barnes, who was arrested
la.,t month on September 4,


originally entered a plea of not
guilty on a 34-count indict-
ment.
Scott Schneider, Special
Agent with the IRS, says it is
expected Barnes will change
that plea to guilty, however, at
press time Friday it was not
known what counts she would
plea to.
Barnes was charged with
the 15 counts of identity theft
and 19 counts of filing false
and fictitious claims for
refunds with the IRS.
The charges alleged
Barnes used the identities of
girls in her troop, as well as
her own children, to file for
more than $187,000, of which
it was said she had obtained
See BARNES Page A7


Ex-county worker's


trial is set

By RYAN ARVAY
arvay@srpressgazette
The trial of Dana
Adkison, the former manager
at the Santa Rosa County Tax
Collector's Office, arrested
Ilat t )ear for allegedly stealing
public funds, will begin
* M _,N i . - . ... .
The Press Gazette con-
tacted public defender Tom
Henderi-on, Adkison's defense
attorne.r -who declined to
comment on the case.
Adkison, who entered a
plea of not guilty and has been
out on bond, is charged with
vrind theft in the first degree
and unlawful financial trans-
acuons.
Though prosecutor, Russ
Edgar, could not quote the
exact amount Adkison is
accused of taking, he did say
such a charge reflects an
amount of $100,000 or more.
Deposit slips and receipts
indicate the money was taken


to begin
during a period of time span-
ning from January 2003 .to
November 2005.
If convicted, Edgar says
guidelines prescribe a minimal
permissible sentence of at'
least six
years and a
maximum - r
of 60 in i
s ta te , -
prison, as
decided b\
a judge.
As to
why this
case has
taken so
long to go Adkison
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.
See TRIAL Page A7


Cobb lit up area life

L Former Imogene projectionist has seen area grow ,;,


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@pressgazette.coin
Much has changed in
Milton since the days when
Vernon Cobb would walk
from Bagdad to the Imogene
Theater where he worked as a
projectionist during the
1920's.
Today Vernon, age 96,
stands outside the Imogene, he
must talk over the sound of
rumbling trucks and traffic on
Caroline Street, to tell his
story.
"When I was a boy, says
Cobb, "there weren't but six
people in Bagdad who owned

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an automobile."
In addition to having
worked at the Imogene, Cobb
is the only known surviving
employee of the Bagdad
Lumber Mill.
There is nary a sign that
the Mill, the once thriving
center of industry, ever exist-
ed-except for some old lumber
beds turned over in a storm
and laying partially sub-
merged in the river like an old
shipwreck.
What Cobb refers to as
'Old Bagdad' is now grown
over with trees, brush, and tall
grass. The storefronts that


lined the street leading to
where the mill once stood are
gone.
However, as Cobb travels
through the neighborhoods of
Bagdad and its 100 year old
homes, he recalls the faces and
names of the people that lived
in almost every one. Shop
See COBB Page A7
Vernon Cobb, 96, was a projec-
tionist at the Imogene theater
during the twenties. His razor
sharp memory provides a win-
dow to the area's history, and
insights about our past.
Press Gazette photo
by Ryan Arvay


* United Way hard at work

,. . I[ EFundraising campaign looking for $375K


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
The United Way of Santa
Rosa County is holding sever-
.al events this month including
their Day of Caring Service
Project and Benefit Carnival
Robbie Quails scrapes the old
paint from the window pane of
a home on Henry Street
Thursday in conjunction with
the United Way of Santa Rosa
County's Day of Caring.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


as part of their annual
fundraising campaign.
The carnival will last
through Sunday, October 28th,
and is located behind the
Hardee's restaurant on
Highway 90 in Milton.
Mayor Guy Thompson,
who is also the Director of the
United Way, says the carnival
is just a small component of a
larger fundraising effort which
began in late August.
"Fall is our big time of
year," says Thompson.


Presently, 1300 different
United Ways located across
America are engaged, not only
in raising money, but service
projects in their communities.
The United Way of Santa
Rosa County, in partnership
with local businesses, pro-
vides monetary support for 14
different non-profit organiza-
tions.
Those 14 organizations
include, amongst others, Big
Brothers, Big Sisters; Habitat
See UNITED WAY Page A9


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Kujawa, Johnnie
"Cody" L. Pedigo
1927 - 2007
Johnnie "Cody" L. Pedigo
'Kujawa of Decatur, Georgia
,passed away Saturday,
:October 20, 2007 at 11:45
p.m.
Johnnie was born in
Paxton, Florida on April 30,
1927. Her family moved to
Bagdad, Florida in 1928. She
Lwas one of a family of five and
spent her early life in Bagdad
and Milton, Florida. She
moved to Chicago, IL. in 1947
where she lived with her hus-
band-Frank P. Kujawa until


his death. In 1982 she moved
to Atlanta, Georgia. Johnnie
loved to cook, read, paint, and
do crossword puzzles.
Johnnie is preceded in
death by her parents-Johnnie
B. Pedigo and Lee Pedigo, her
former husband-Frank P.
Kujawa, her son-Sam
Callahan and two sisters-
Mary Redmond and Millie
Murphy.
She is survived by her
son-John Alvin Norris of
Decatur, Georgia, her daugh-
ter-in-law-Carmen Marie
Norris of Decatur, Georgia,
her brother, Jim Pedigo of
Atlanta, Georgia, her sister
Alpha King of Bagdad,
Florida, two grandchildren-
Calvin Walker Norris of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa and Patrick
Callahan of Jacksonville,
Florida;- two great grandchil-
dren-Josephine Marie
Norris, and Truman Walker
Norris, both of Cedar Rapids,
Iowa and numerous nieces and
nephews.
She was truly loved and
will be missed dearly by her
family and friends. A viewing
was held on Wednesday,
October 24, 2007 from 5 to 8
p.m. at the Lewis Funeral
Home, Milton Chapel. A
graveside service was held on


Information system


proves a big success

By RYAN ARVAY far away as California,
rarvay@srpressgazette.com Massachusetts, and New Jersey
The month of October marks have contacted her to learn
the one-year anniversary of the more, including Elizabeth
Emergency Contact Information Edwards, wife of Democratic
System (ECIS), created to give Party Presidential nominee,
law enforcement a sure means by John Edwards:
which to contact a victim's fami- Olson says the ECIS and
ly should they be involved in a TIFF's Initiative are not just for
motor vehicle accident. fatalities, but any emergency.
If an accident does occur, Reaching out to Hurricane
law enforcement can use a per- Awareness Groups and the Red
son's Florida driver's license or Cross, Olson hopes the system
ID card to access the ECIS and can be utilized during natural
notify predesignated contacts of disasters as well.
the person's whereabouts and The problem with a driver's
condition. license is, it only has a person's
Contact information may be address on it, which can often be
.entered on-line using a valid outdated. The ECIS encodes the
license or ID. All information is license.and ID with at least two
secure and accessible only to law contacts which can be accessed
enforcement. as quickly as swiping a credit
Ann Nucatola, Public card.
Information Director for the Olson speaks of a woman
Department of Highway and she knows living in Florida
Motor Vehicles (DHMV) says whose son lives in Vietnam.
the most significant benefit of Olson wonders-if any-
the ECIS is, "it keeps you in thing ever happened to the
touch with your family even woman, how would law
when you can't make the call.' enforcement track her son down
ECIS was the concept and without extensive research?
vision of Christine Olson, who "There are a lot of seniors
lost her daughter Tiffany to an living in Florida," says Olson,
accident in December of 2005. "but their families live out of
Tiffany, 22, and her state. There are kids who come
boyfriend, Dustin Wilder, were down to work on the beach, but
traveling on a motorcycle on US their parents live up north."
19 in Manatee County, Florida Nucatola, from the DHMV,
when they were struck by a says the ECIS is also being uti-
,drunk driver who had entered lized for missing children.
the intersection on a red light. A child as young as five
Olson was not notified of years-old can now have an ID
her daughter's passing until six card in the state of Florida.
.hours after the fact because law That card can not only be
.enforcement had no emergency encoded with important contact
conuc i information, information, she says, but the ID
As a result, Olson was not photo can also be used for an
'able to say her final good-byes Amber alert if the child is ever
'to Tiffany. reported missing.
While Olson is eager to So far, nearly 800,000 peo-
spread the word about what she ple have participated and
calls TIFF's Initiative (To entered their contact info.
Inform Families First) she says Those interested in partici-
talking about it continuously pating, may log on to Olson's
reminds her of the fact Tiffany is website: www.toinformfami-
not here. liesfirst.com or the DHSMV site
She reports people living as at www.hsmv.state.fl.us


Thursday, October 25, 2007 at
the Bagdad Cemetery at 11:00
a.m., with Rev. Robert Pooley
officiating.

Crawford, Dewey
Earl
1922-2007
Dewey Earl Crawford,
age 85, went to be with the
Lord on Sunday, October 21,
2007. He was a native of
Brewton, Alabama, but had
resided in Milton for the last 5
years. He was a U.S. Navy
Veteran of World War II. He
was a retired employee of
Farley Nuclear Power Plant in
Ashford, AL. He owned and
operated many of his own
businesses. He was an avid
gardener, he even supplied
vegetables and flowers to the
Facility in which he had
resided for the last few years.
Mr. Crawford is survived
by his wife of 6 years-Mary
Allen Crawford of Milton;
two sons-Wayne (Joy)
Leland, of Navarre, Don
(Carrie) Leland, of Navarre;
one grandchild and three great
grandchildren; one brother-
Ed Crawford of Pensacola;
one sister-Agnes Clark of,
Pace; and many nieces,


nephews.
Funeral services for Mr.
Crawford were at 1:00 p.m.,
Wednesday, October 24, 2007,
at Lewis Funeral Home,
Milton Chapel with Rev. Levi
Hulmuth and Chaplain Ken
Griffin officiating. Burial fol-
lowed at 4:00 p.m. in
Weaver's Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel directing. Mr.
Crawford's visitation was
from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.,
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
at Lewis Funeral Home,
Milton Chapel.

Rowley, Diana Faye
Diana Faye Rowley, age
39, of Milton, passed away on
Tuesday, October 23, 2007, at
Shand's Hospital.
Diana was a native and,
lifelong resident of Milton.
She graduated from Special
Ed Classes in 1986. She
attended A.R.C. of Santa Rosa
for many years, which she
loved so much. Her favorite
activities were bowling and
reading. Diana was a "Huge
Fan" of the Country Music
Group, Alabama. Diana's
enthusiasm and love of life
was contagious to everyone.
She was a friend to many and


a joy to all who knew her.
Diana will be dearly missed.
Diana is preceded in death
by her brother-Robby
Rowley.
Diana is survived by her
mother-Johnnie Rowley of
Milton; her father-Robert
Rowley of Crawford, AL; her
grandfather-J. W. Owens of
Milton; several aunts, uncles,
and numerous cousins.
Funeral Services for
Diana will be held at 2 p.m.
on Saturday, October 27,
2007, at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton, with Rev.
Fred Rogers officiating.
Burial will follow in the
Serenity Gardens Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing.
The family received
friends from 5:00 p.m. until
8:00 p.m. Friday, October 26,
2007, at the Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton.
Active Pallbearers will be
Jackie Cooper, Gary Cooper,
Billy Cooper, Donald Cooper,
Rodney Phillips, and Henry
Cooper.
The family requests that
in lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made in
Diana's memory, to A.R.C. of
Santa Rosa, Dixie Road,
Milton, Florida, 32570.


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Thursday, 4:52 p.n.
This is Pee Wee in East
Milton. I would like to make a
suggestion to the county com-
missioners about the court-
house. Go up with it and put
parking underneath so if water
does rise they can all drive
away. Or, put it in East Milton
by the jail where most of the
court's business comes from. It
would help them save on trans-
porting prisoners back and forth
And then maybe, just maybe,
the judges there will stage a
huge traffic jam like they did
with the court system down-
town, and we might get a four
lane road through the county
seat. Thank you.

Thursday, 2:18 p.n.
Hey this is Rocky. Have
you noticed that the devil has
taken over Halloween since
prayer was taken out of school?
California is burning because
prayer is out of school and we're
in Iraq because prayer is out of
school.

Wednesday, 9:15 p.n.
Yes, in regards to the indi-
vidual that was out looking for
parts for his car, who left his
faInulh at the back gate of
Whiting Field. He was in my
neighborhood last Saturday, and
he came telling me the same
story looking for a part for his
car. He's not necessarily out
looking for the elderly. He said
he knew my neighbor, who just
happened to have his name on
his mailbox.
So, needless to say, I didn't
believe his story. People defi-
nantly need to keep their eye
out. -
And I suggest people take
their name off their mail bo\.

Tuesday, 4:55 p.n.
This is Chris, informing
Marian that the 2007/08 Milton,
Pace, Munson, Jay telephone
directories can be obtained at
the Chamber of Commerce if
they are still available. She
should call 623-2339 and
inquire. Thank you.

Tuesday, 1:06 p.m.
Hi, this is Brenda. I was just
curious about, how many times
you've had to wait for the traffic
light on Canal Street to be able
to turn left.
We need a turn signal on
that street. I know I've waited
three or four lights to be able to
turn there Thank you.


You may Speak Out
any time, day or night. Just
call our Speak Out line at
623-5887 and leave your
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(photo not available) were
recently selected by NAS
Whiting Field as Sailor of the
Quarter (SOQ), Junior Sailor
of the Quarter (JSOQ), and
Bluejacket of the Quarter
(BJOQ) for the Third Quarter
2007.
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efforts and achievements of
exceptional Sailors who have
set themselves apart from their
peers within their division
through leadership, profes-
sionalism, technical knowl-
edge, and community involve-
ment.
Nunn recently returned
from a 455-day deployment to
Afghanistan, during which his
efforts as the Police Training
and Advisory Team Leading
Petty Officer earned him a
Combat Meritorious
Advancement to Petty Officer
1st Class on August 17. Nunn
currently serves as Leading
Petty Officer of the day shift
and Operations Leading Petty
Officer for NAS Whiting's
Security Department, super-
vising 15 military and civilian
personnel. Outside of the
workplace, Nunn is highly
active in the military and civil-
ian community, competing on
a Navy Captain's Cup softball
league and coaching an East
Milton, FL children's football
team.
Chief Master-at-Arms
Leon Leath, Operations Chief
of the Security Department,
believes Nunn has truly earned
this award.
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including one civilian aircraft
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took much consideration.
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the confidence of her peers and
superiors. As Crash Division's
Divisional Administrative
Petty Officer and
Departmental Personnel
Liaison Representative, she
balanced the technical aspects
of her job with aiding her
department with their many
administrative needs. In addi-
tion, Castanon serves in sever-
al collateral duties within
Crash Division, including
Career Counselor and Navy
Relief Fund Representative.
Highly involved in the Navy
and outside community, she
assists family members of
Individual Augmentees
deployed overseas and partici-
pates in the Adopt-a-School
program at East Milton
Elementary.
"Petty Officer Castanon is
a dedicated, professional
leader whose versatility, take-
charge attitude, inexhaustible
drive, and pride in job accom-
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East Milton is cashing



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I More businesses could be coming to

East Milton which has room to grow ..


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
Citizens of Santa Rosa
County are used to hearing
about our fast growing popu-
lation, whether it be housing
issues or overcrowding in our
school rooms and prisons.
In the last few months,
motorists traveling Highway
, 90 may have noticed an illus-
tration of, not only the coun-
ty's growth, but specifically
the rural parts of East Milton.
This area is often thought
of as anything east of Ward
Basin Road or Highway 87,
and has traditionally been dot-
ted with long stretches of
green fields, pine trees, farm
land, and the occasional graz-
ing horse.
In recent years, however,
locals have witnessed a boom
of sorts, with new subdivi-
sions breaking ground, the
opening of a Holiday Inn
Express, gas station, restau-
rants and the four-lane expan-
sion to Highway 87.
Now the area's first retail
establishment is set to open
sometime in November.
Steven Hufstetler is the


Vet

Continued From Page One
then I wouldn't have been able
to lead the men."
Mark, who joined the fam-
ily by marriage, spent 10 years
in the military and during that
time jumped out of helicopters
at night into the water to rescue
people.
"Some people might con-
sider me brave, but he had
more bravery on that one day
t 1fii"ufI"wilt"-ver6 ve' in my
entire life," said Mark. "He is
part of a wonderful breed and
era."
While family gathered and
enjoyed the moment of seeing
what became known as the
'-" 'Paw Paw Plane,' Swanner
" himself took time to look at
. photos taken during the year-
long project to note the
progress that had been made.
Back when the Aeronica
was built it would cost $3,500
brand new, but today American
Champion has re-released the
two seat 'tail dragger' and it
runs $100,000.
"These planes would spin
. and tip over very easily," said
Mark, who is planning on tak-
ing the plane to a fly-in where
the plane was originally built in
Middleton, Ohio this coming
June. "Because of all of the
Problems this type of plane
experienced is why they
moved to the tricycle they have
underneath planes today."
Earlier this year the plane
was taken to a regional fly-in
held in Evergreen, Ala., where
it was a hit.
"Everyone liked the job I
did on the plane," said Mark.
"But when I tied in the fact of
Z Frank people really connected
With the plane.
k "Frank is the only grandfa-
, their I really got to know and I
was able to tie him into my
interest and hobbies along with
my families past."
Mark pointed out he
learned during the restoration
that the stripes on the plane
were painted just for D-Day.
"To help the soldiers on the
ground recognize the planes in
the air, they took brooms and
white paint to put the stripes
on," said Mark. "They put the
stripes underneath the wings so
only the soldiers could see
them."
While sharing somestories
of his experiences after landing
on Utah Beach, Swanner
recalled encountering a
German aircraft.
"We were moving along at
a pretty good pace after the ini-
tial landing and we heard a
German plane overhead while
walking down the middle of


property owner and developer
of the new Dollar General on
Highway 90, near the Santa
Rosa Industrial Park.
Hufstetler, who builds
and leases Dollar Generals
throughout the panhandle and
southern Georgia, says the
company has an uncanny
knack for identifying areas
that are positioned for
growth.
Prior to building,
Hufstetler says three factors
are well researched and con-
sidered- the traffic counts,
number of roof tops, and
growth potential.
He says the new location
represents close to a million
dollar investment and is a long
term commitment. "With over
8200 stores in the US,"
Hufstetler says, "[Dollar
General] is rarely inaccurate
about site selection."
Beckie Faulkenberry,
Director of Community
Planning, Zoning, and
Developing, says commer-
cial interest in the area can
be seen as a direct result of
improvements to 87 South.
She says there is an


expectation by landowners
that these improvements
will help carry more traffic,
making those commercial
locations more valuable.
A new private industrial
park located just south of
the 1-10 exit on Hwy 87 has
been platted for businesses
showing an interest in
establishing themselves in
Santa Rosa County.
It is projected that with-
in ten years, Highwaty 87
South and East Milton could
potentially become a major
interstate interchange.
Faulkenberry says that
while there is room for
growth in the area, there are
limitations to development.
Such limitations within the
East Milton area include a
Category 1 storm surge area,
wetlands, and large portions
of woodlands acquired by
the Nature Conservancy.
East Milton is also
home to the Santa Rosa
Aviation Landing Field,
which has extremely strict
limitations, and prohibits
intense development around
the airfield.


Frank Swanner gets out of the plane that his family surprised him
with this past Saturday in his honor.


this road," said Swanner. "I hit
the ground and not more than
five feet from me I saw a bullet
hit the ground.
"I dug the bullet out, which
was still hot, and put it in the
pocket of my ETO jacket and
kept it there."
Swanner lost that bullet
during the war as someone
took his ETO jacket at a rest
stop where he took a shower.
The day just kept bringing
back more memories for
Swanner, who admitted he had
lost his 50-caliber machine
gun.


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reached out to check on my
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the gun and the Germans were
at my back as I had been look-
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OUR VIEW



Appreciate



what we have

On the cover of today's community section of the
Press Gazette there are some photos of some very pretty
animals.
Some of these are very exotic and are just a sampling
of what can be found in our very own county at The Zoo
of Northwest Florida.
Today we have a zoo, despite the damages it suffered
and incurred from Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis.
The sad fact of the matter is this non-profit business,
which is one of the longest standing outdoor classrooms
in the county, did not get any assistance from insurance
to defray the cost of being closed for repairs or having to
move the animals to a safer place during these storms.
It has also hit a rough spell when it comes to the ', ,
lives of the animals frequent visitors have grown accus-
tomed to seeing.
Niles, the baby hippo, born in captivity at the Zoo
unfortunately died at the hands of his own father.
Then there was the unfortunate death of the giraffe,
which from all reports was startled and met an untimely C io
death as well.
Unfortunately, the zoo came under some fire when it
was learned 44 animals died during the first seven Here's
months of this year. to member
Zo's are a great thing to have in a community, but do solemnly
more importantly, they are a great learning tool for all of support and
us. the United
Unless you visit a zoo, the only way most of us eign or dor
would see a tiger, lion, orangutan, camel, or some other faith and al
such creature would be if it was at a fair or on Animal take this ob
Planet. mental rese
The grace some of these large animals move with is and that I v
absolutely breathtaking. , HJ
Unfortunately, while groups like American
Zoological Association were rushing to hold fundraisers '3I
for the New Orleans Zoo, The Zoo of Northwest Florida
was overlooked, despite enduring two hurricanes.
You can still see some of the damages caused by
the hurricanes because there are some exhibits that
remain in disrepair due to limited funds.
By the end of this year, The Zoo of Northwest
Florida has to meet a goal of $1-million to keep its
doors open. WALF
With all the debts and mortgage on the property WILLI
where the zoo sits, they have to meet another huge
goal of $2-million more during 2008 to remain open. Enumerate
It would be a shame to lose The Zoo, but if nothing Act, which
is done, that is exactly what will happen. law, reads:
You might not be able to sit down and write a contain a c
check to help them reach the goal set for the end of the of the cons
year, but there is still time to take the family to The for the ena'
Zoo. Act. The fa
Or you can purchase a calendar for 2008, which tion shall g
has a coupon for a free zoo admission. either Hous
We have a golden opportunity to see and learn ty of this p(
about a part of nature most communities have to drive any other a
great distances to see. Simply
Don't let future generationsmiss out, and don't let Enumerate
yourself miss out on the same opportunity afforded Congress ti
you today as well. in the U.S.
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)ngressional contempt today


the oath of office administered
s of the House and Senate: "I
y swear (or affirm) that I will
id defend the Constitution of
States against all enemies, for-
mestic; that I will bear true
legiance to the same; that I
)ligation freely, without any
ervation or purpose of evasion;
vill well and faithfully dis-
charge the duties of
the office on which
I am about to enter.
.- So help me God." A

" sworn to by the
president and feder-
al judges.
In each new
Congress since
FER 1995, Rep. John
AMS Shadegg, R-Ariz.,
has introduced the
d Powers Act (HR 1359). The
has yet to be enacted into
"Each Act of Congress shall
oncise and definite statement
titutional authority relied upon
ctment of each portion of that
ilure to comply with this sec-
ive rise to a point of order in
se of Congress. The availabili-
oint of order does not affect
available relief."
Sput, if enacted, the
d Powers Act would require
o specify the basis of authority
Constitution for the enact-
ws and other congressional


actions. HR 1359 has 28 co-sponsors in
the House of Representatives.
When Shadegg introduced the
Enumerated Powers Act, he explained
that the Constitution gives the federal
government great, but limited, powers. Its
framers granted Congress, as the central
mechanism for protecting liberty, specific
rather than general powers. The
Constitution gives Congress 18 specific
enumerated powers, spelled out mostly in
Article 1, Section 8. The framers rein-
forced that enumeration by the 10th
Amendment, which reads: "The powers
not delegated to the United States by the
Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the
States, are reserved for the States respec-
tively, or to the people."
Just a few of the numerous statements
by our founders demonstrate that their
vision and the vision of Shadegg's
Enumerated Powers Act are one and the
same. James Madison, in explaining the
Constitution in Federalist Paper No. 45,
said, "The powers delegated by the pro-
posedConstitution to the federal govern-
ment are few and defined. Those which
are to remain in the State governments
are numerous and indefinite. The former
will be exercised principally on external
objects, as war, peace, negotiation, and
foreign commerce."
Regarding the "general welfare"
clause so often used as a justification for
bigger government, Thomas Jefferson
said, "Congress has not unlimited powers
to provide for the general welfare, but
only those specifically enumerated."
James Madison said, "If Congress can do


whatever in their discretion can be done
by money, and will promote the general
welfare, the government is no longer a
limited one possessing enumerated
powers, but an indefinite one subject to
particular exceptions."
Congressmen, openly refusing to
live up to their oath of office, exhibit
their deep contempt for our
Constitution. The question I've not been
able to answer satisfactorily is whether
that contempt simply mirrors a similar
contempt held by most of the American
people. I'm sure that if founders such as
James Madison, John Adams or
Thomas Jefferson were campaigning for
the 2008 presidential elections, express-
ing their vision of the federal govern-
ment's role, today's Americans would
run them out of town on a rail. Does
that hostility reflect constitutional igno-
rance whereby the average American
thinks the Constitution authorizes
Congress to do anything upon which
they can get a majority vote or anything
that's a good idea? Or, are Americans
contemptuous of the constitutional limi-
tations placed on the federal govern-
ment?
I salute the bravery of Rep. Shadegg
and the 28 co-sponsors of the
Enumerated Powers Act. They have a
monumental struggle. Congress is not
alone in its constitutional contempt, but
is joined by the White House and partic-
ularly the constitutionally derelict U.S.
Supreme Court.
Walter E. Williams is a professor of
economics at George Mason University.


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A air of hate
FM: Raymond Johns
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

There is a smell of stink that
goes all the way up to Heaven.
Just as it did in Pharaoh's
days.
Just as it did in the Jim Crow
days.
It lay dormant, but is still
menacing, lying as if asleep. Just
like the evil some churchgoer's
conjure up every Halloween,
running to an fro up and down
the earth reaping terror on peo-
ple of color.
A low life form of justice.
How long will the so called
people of God keep their heads
up in the air, or sit back and feed
their congregation pharaohism?
Because most of the hate is


coming from church goers.
And my reason for saying it
comes from church goers is that
saints are supposed to have a
heart of love.
There was a Klansman down
in the bushes in Louisiana who
said he was a preacher, but he
was a 'teacher' of hate.
A "churchman," any man,
woman, or child who harbors
hate is nothing but shy of a place
to keep a hemorroid.
God knows your heart.
Preach right, teach right, love
right, and things will be all right.

A note of thanks
FM: Joan Livingston
Pace, Fla.

Dear Editor,

Attention Santa Rosa County
Clerk's Office employees.


I would like to thank each
and everyone for their thoughts,
prayers, and donated leave time
during my illness.
Your continued prayers and
support are greatly appreciated.

Comment challenged
FM: David Jones
Pace, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I can appreciate the letter
about school fundraisers which
appeared in a previous view-
point, but I am wondering if
the writer really understood
why all of these fundraisers
are going on?
The schools are trying to
educate our children at the
high standard we expect, but
at the same time, the number
of dollars they have at their


access gets less and less.
For some reason, our socie-
ty wants more, but at the same
time expects it for less.
If we could find a way to
offer the children the learning
opportunities they expect for
little or no cost, that would be
ideal.
But fundraisers have not
only become common place,
but almost expected if a group
wants to do almost anything.
It seems like some co-
worker is selling something
for their child at work and if I
can afford it, I will support
them.
It is a cycle of life that will
come around when my child
gets older and is trying to help
raise money so he can get
something for his school.
Fundraisers can get old real
quick, but I don't think I
would like the alternative.


Jim Fletcher, Interim Publisher
Carol Barnes, Office Manager


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Cobb

Continued From Page One
owners, friends, kinfolk
acquaintances - he recalls
them all without a moments
hesitation.
He was born November
26,1910 in Bagdad and was
the first child delivered by Dr.
John Turner.
When asked the key to his
longevity, Cobb simply
replies, "work".
Cobb says he started at a
young age shining shoes. He
delivered laundry, as well as a
newspaper called 'The Grit'.
He says the newspapers
primarily carried stories about
things happening up north.
"Very, very seldom did you
get anything below the Mason
Dixon line," he says. "But it
was kind of an education for
us poor folk."
Though Cobb says the
town employed people at the
commissary, the barber shop
and the Post Office, most
worked for the Bagdad Land
and Lumber Company. It
employed nearly a thousand
men, of which Cobb was one.
At just sixteen years old, he
was trained on nearly every
single job in the mill.
In 1939, the Bagdad Mill
shut down. Early owners of
the mill thought the plentiful
supply of timber would last
200 years. They only lasted
100. Shortly thereafter, Cobb
moved to Pensacola where his
wife and son would soon join
him. He has lived there ever
since.
At the same time he
worked for the mill, Cobb was
also employed at the Imogene
Theater.
Cobb recalls, "I would get
off in the evening, rush home,
brush up a little, get a bite to
eat, walk to Milton, run the
machine (projector). At
twelve o'clock shut the
machine down, walk to
Bagdad, get a little sleep, and
be at the mill at 5:30."
Most of the films he
remembers showing were
westerns. Cobb still remem-
bers being there the night he
showed his first talking pic-
ture. Prior to that, films were
occasionally accompanied by
a player piano.
He says he ran one show
every night of the week and


Barnes


Continued From Page One
$87,000.
Using a fraudulent med-
ical release form, it was
alleged Barnes obtained the
children's social security
numbers to file for tax
refunds, using a popular at
home tax software.
The Northern District of
Florida requires a defendant
plea to at least the top count
of the indictment.
Schneider says a guilty
plea can be grounds for
"exceptance of responsibility
points" under the govern-
ment's sentencing guidelines,
which would be cause for a
sentence reduction.
Barnes had faced the pos-
sibility of a five-year maxi-


Vernon Cobb holds a photo of the Imogene Theater as it
appeared when he worked there as a projectionist in the twen-
ties. Cobb, who was born in Bagdad, also worked at the Lumber
Mill.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


The Bagdad Land and Lumber Company owned the Mill (pictured
here in its prime), which was the industrial center of the commu-
nity. It employed nearly 1,000 people including Mr. Cobb. It
closed down in 1939 after being in operation for nearly 100
years.
Photo courtesy of the Santa Rosa Historical Society
two on Saturday. A good turn
out, according to Cobb, was
75-80 people.
His recent return to the , - -
Imogene Theater was his first \
since World War II. --


mum sentence for each false
claim, and 15 years for each
case of identity theft.
The crime as outlined in
the original indictment car-
ried with it a $250,000 fine
for each count of the indict-
ment on both offenses.
The prosecutor in the
case will read a detailed
"statement of fact," which is
an outline of what the gov-
ernment would be able to
prove if the case does go to
trial.
The statement of fact
allows Judge M. Casey
Rogers to determine whether
she will except a not-guilty
plea.
The original trial was set
for November 5.


Trial


Continued From Page One
Adkison was, at the time
of her arrest on January 5,
2006; a 13-year veteran with
the Tax Collector's Office.
Officials within the Tax
Collector's Office say they
became suspicious about the
long time employee 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 soft-
ware' 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
system from attempting such
a crime.
Since this incident, how-
ever, McClure says his office
has tried to take all precau-
tions possible to safeguard
the public and ensure it does-
n't happen again.
A series of checks and
balances have been imple-
mented whereby cashiers are
randomly 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 security bag, which can
only be unlocked by the
Current Tax Department and
the bank.


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Old Post Office could bloom again


7 Landmark could open


for business

BY RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
Cassandra Sharp says peo-
ple still stop by the old Milton
Post Office trying to mail a
package or a letter, despite the
fact the building has been
closed for more than twenty
years.
Sharp, who has owned the
red brick landmark on the cor-
ner of Oak and Caroline Street
since 2003, is presently attempt-
ing to restore many of the build-
ing's elements to their original
glory.
It is Sharp's ambition to
open the doors once again to the
public, not as a Post Office, but
a throw back to the "supper
clubs" of the thirties and forties.
Originally constructed in
1939 as part of the Federal
Government Works Progress
Administration (WPA), the
Milton Post Office was opened
in 1940 and was in operation
until the new Post Office on
Dogwood Drive was built in the
mid-eighties.
Sharp says the old building
is in remarkably good shape.
with high ceilings, thick con-
crete walls, heavy wood doors,
and describes it as a "fortress".
During Hurricane Dennis,
Sharp used the old Post Office


this spring

as a storm shelter where she
watched many of the roofs
across the street being torn off.
One of the biggest obstacles
in converting the building into a
restaurant has been moving all
the belongings Sharp had stored
in the building after losing her
home to Ivan.
Aside from the fact it took
Sharp three years to get back
into her home, there were other
factors that have delayed her
plans. Possible widening of
Hwy. 90 and the uncertain fate
of the old courthouse posed
large questions about the future
of Milton's historic downtown.
Flooding in the basement,
due to rain water run-off caused
a good portion of damage to the
building's sizable basement,
prior to Sharp's purchase.
Sharp is presently endeav-
oring to preserve.all of the orig-
inal windows, reglazing and
replacing glass where needed.
Much of the foyer appears
as it did in its hay day.
Recently, Sharp reinstalled two
of the original message boards
that had been taken out and
sheet rocked over.
The original Post Office
had hanging in its foyer, a
panoramic Depression era
mural, of which one-third


The old Milton Post office seen under construction in 1939.
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The supper clubs were the
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Sharp.
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clubs and others who want a
nice atmosphere and a good
meal will enjoy the nostalgia.
The old loading dock on the
backside of the building makes
for a perfect stage and the large
parking lot, a good outdoor
amphitheater. Sharp says the
Santa Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation has approached her
about her holding Shakespeare
in the Park type presentations at
the Post Office.
This holiday season, Sharp
hopes to use the building as a
banquet hall and catering facil-
ity and would love to open the
doors to her riew restaurant in
the Spring.


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United Way

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for Humanity; American Red
Cross; the Boy and Girl Scout
Programs; Covenant Hospice,
to name a few.
Businesses can help the
United Way raise money for
these organizations in one of
two significant ways, individ-
ual company fundraisers, and
employee payroll deductions.
Each year hundreds of
employees from several of
these businesses pledge a per-
centage of each paycheck to
the United Way. It can be any
amount from one dollar to ten;
whatever the individual feels is
appropriate to give.
The Publix in Navarre has
120 employees that have pro-
jected a pledge of $18,153 for
2008.
Employees from the Santa
Rosa County School District
donated close to $34,000 last
year and have set a goal this
year of more than $40,000.
Several schools in the dis-
trict just completed a "Change
for Change" coin drive over
the last two weeks, which
raised as much as $3,500 in
past years.
Employees at Santa
Rosa's new Target in Pace,
contributed to the community
through the Cram the Van pro-
gram school supply drive.
This year 1,067 sets of school
supplies were collected for
Santa Rosa Schools.
Gulf Power is another
business partner contributing
to the United Way, not only
through payroll deductions,
but community service in the
United Way's Annual Day of
Caring, held this past
Thursday.
With service projects
being conducted by business-
es throughout the county, such
as house painting, yard work,
building wheel chair ramps,
planting trees, and sewing
blankets for Alzheimer
patients, countless scores of
volunteer hours all went into
benefiting the community
they serve.
The United Way is also
heavily involved in Hurricane
Awareness.


The United Way is holding a carnival through Sunday in Milton as
part of their annual fundraising campaign. The money raised
goes towards several non-profit organizations the United Way
helps sponsor.


"A lot of times people
think we only help those that
can't buy their own food,
which is part of what we do,"
says the United Way's
Stephanie Saylor, who points
out most don't think about
hurricane aid.
Yet, despite that percep-
tion the United Way's hurri-
cane recovery program has
been responsible to date for
helping over 2,000 families
and repairing over 400 homes,
with repairs on 16 homes
being completed in the last
nine months.
The United Way has been


Photo by Ryan Arvay
awarded the original
Emergency Repair Grant via a
contract with Santa Rosa
County, according to the
United Way's Stirling
Boomhower, "not many go
into contract with the county
to provide services; that
shows the trust the county has
in us."
This year's campaign
goal, through the combined
efforts of local businesses,
payroll deductions, company
sponsored fundraisers, and
even this weekend's carnival,
is $375,000, a 10% increase
over last year's total.


County could change subdivision

codes to help with traffic issues


By DUSTY RICKETTS
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Traffic in some subdivi-
sions has gotten so bad the
Santa Rosa County planning
department is researching
changes to its land develop-
ment code.
But the plan has some
county commissioners con-
cerned it will increase the cost
of construction.
The planning department
has received 138 traffic-calm-
ing requests at county subdivi-
sions this year, and speeds in
one subdivision have been
clocked at 76 mph.
"If we have better designs
up front it will help stem fur-


their problems," said Josh
Dault with the county's plan-
ning department.
Dault recommended the
County Commission change
its land development code to
have developers design and
install traffic-calming devices
such as roundabouts, median
islands, low-speed curves and
raised crosswalks.
While Commissioner Tom
Stewart agrees with the need
to slow drivers, he is con-
cerned the measures will
increase costs while the coun-


Pirates are

set to attack
The Blackwater Pirate
Crew, led by the infamous
Blackwater Bones of Milton,
will be appearing at Milton's
Families Day Out that will be
held at the Milton Community
Center. Captain Bones is waving
an open warning to all landlub-
bers who will be attending the
event, which will be held today,
Saturday, October 27th begin-
ning about 11:00 a.m. and con-
cluding at 2:00 p.m. Captain
Bones and his elusive crew will
be giving a donation to the event
and showing young folks how to
look for his much sought after
treasure. Free eye patches will
be provided to the children. To
learn more about the Blackwater
Pirates go to www,blackwater-
living.com. It's here that you
will find past newsletters and
most of the pirate's secret plans.
If you plan to join the pirate I
crew, plan to have your pirate
name ready and be able to make - .
an X when they ask you to sign
up. For more information please
call 850-393-3144.


ty tries to develop more
affordable housing.
"If we're going to contin-
ue to preach affordable hous-
ing, we can't continue to add
cost," Stewart said.
County staff is expected to
research the cost of adding the
traffic-calming devices and
present the findings at
Thursday's commission meet-
ing. Commissioners can then
decide if they want to move
forward with the change to the
land development code, which
would take a public hearing.


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Section B


Up Close and Personal

The Zoo offers our area a chance to see animals they would not normally see up close
The Zoo of Northwest Florida has fallen on some very rough h
times since Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis struck the Gulf Coast
'-, ; i ^and left The Zoo needing to raise $1-million dollars by the end
of the year to remain open in 2008. In 2008 the Zoo, will nee.
to raise another $2-million by -the end of the year to remaiui
S-open. Currently the Zoo has raised around $300,000 towards its
goal. Calendars featuring some of the animals at The Zoo. are
S' ..being sold for $10 each, which can be purchased at.the Press
Gazette office in Milton. The calendars contains a coupon-fora
free l admission with the purchase of an admission. One of the
. , niain uses for the financial woes faced by The Zoo, which
':' ' include, a $2-mnillion ouittanding mortgage. is the damages
." . incurred ere not covered h- insurance. Recent concerns other
. . e financial State of The Zoo. which h \\as opened b\ Pat Quinn
___I .led to the naming of Danmelle Lantz. a financial execut.ie at
V. NIcAlahon-Hadder Insurance. as the ne%\ e\ecuti'e director. Shd
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Clean Community
Gives Annual
Awards at banquet
The Santa Rosa Clean
Community System had its
Annual Awards Banquet on
Saturday, October 20 at the
Benny Russell Center. The
following awards were given:
Chairman's Award -
Sheriff Wendell Hall -
Presented by Chairman Nicky
Walker in recognition of his
efforts to help fight litter, ille-
gal dumping and other public
nuisances through the forma-
tion of a new environmental
unit. His dedication to this
cause and willingness to
respond to the problem in
Santa Rosa County speak
highly of his commitment to a
clean community.
Director's Award - Donna
Adams - Presented by
Executive Director John
Tonkin in recognition for her
many years of service to the
Clean Community System.
Her management style, fair-
ness and openness have
always made it a pleasure to
deal with her. The City of
Milton has a fine City
Manager in her and the Clean
Community System appreci-
ates all that she has done, and
will do, for the organization.
Volunteer of the Year -
Jane Parker - Ms. Parker, a
retired educator in Santa Rosa,
has mobilized the community
of Munson in our recycling
program, our clean ups and
many other ways. Her efforts
and dedication are appreciat-
ed.
Business of the Year -
Publix of Navarre - Given for
all the support that they have
given over the years to all
events in Navarre.


Fall Festival
Woodbine Baptist Church,
located at 4912 Woodbine
Road in Pace, will have a Fall
Festival Wednesday, Oct. 31
from 5 to 8 p.m. There will be
food, drinks and games for all
ages! Bring the whole family
and join in for an evening of
fun!


26th Annual
Holiday Craft Fair
Make plans now to come
help us celebrate our 26th
anniversary of the annual
Holiday Craft Fair on Nov. 2
& 3 at the Santa Rosa County
Auditorium in Milton from
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. During
the past 26 years, the show has
gained a reputation as a great
place to find a variety of hand-
made gifts and decorations
from local and regional
crafters. A special highlight of
the show has always been the
wonderful homemade soup
and sandwiches made by the
talented members of the
Association for Home and
Community Educators (HCE)
which sponsor the show.
Admission is free. Lots of
door prizes will' be given
away. For more information
contact Santa Rosa Co.
Extension Office at 623-3868.
For more information or if
you have a question, call the
University of Florida/IFAS-
Santa Rosa County Extension,
at 850-623-3868, between the
hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30
p.m. weekdays. Hearing-
impaired individuals may call
Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management
Service at 983-5373 (TDD).
Extension Service pro-
grams are open to all people
without regard to race, creed,
color, religion, age, disability,
sex, sexual orientation, marital
status, national origin, politi-
cal opinions or affiliations.
The use of trade names in this
article is solely for the pur-
pose of providing specific
information. It is not a guaran-
tee, warranty, or endorsement
of the product name(s) and
does not signify that they are
approved to the exclusion of
others.
For additional information
about all of the county exten-
sion services and other articles
of interest go to:
http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/e
extension.

Open House for
Coon Hill Cemetery
Everyone is invited to an
Open House at Coon Hill


Cemetery, Sunday, October 28
after church. There will be
free seafood dinner or fried
catfish, fired mullet, coleslaw,
baked beans and hush pup-
pies. Although dinner is free,
donations will be greatly
appreciated.
This is a celebration of the
oldest cemetery in northern
Santa Rosa County. It origi-
nated around 1820, about the
time of the first settlers. The
close-in quarters of the Coon
Hill Community was located
about 1/4 mile away, near a
big spring and fresh water. It
had a general merchandise
store, a stable, blacksmith
shop, a Pony Express head-
quarters, a U.S. Post Office
and a church that alternated
between Methodist and
Baptist.
Prominent people buried
at Coon Hill include 2 sena-
tors, 2 circuit-riding preach-
ers, 15 Civil War vets, 2 tax
assessors, 3 postmasters, and
many other prominent people.
Ancestral names of Byrnes,
Campbell, Davis, Diamond,
Enfinger, Ezell, Hart, Howell,
Lee, McGaha, Mayo,
McCaskill, McDavid,
McKinnon, McMillan, Miller,
Pearson, Penton, Pyburn,
Reynolds, Rutherford, Salter,
Savell, Severson, Slade,
Williams, and many others are
buried there.
There have been 3 major
desecrations over the last 12
years that were devastating.
About 150 headstones and
slabs have been badly broken.
The big unbreakable ones
have been pushed over, some-
times breaking the slab as they
fell. Also, three wrought iron
gates were installed in the
concrete wall openings with
the name "Coon Hill" above
the Entrance gate. About 100
headstones and slabs and 73
new markers have been
replaced and repaired.
Directions: from the
south: go north of Chumuckla
Crossroads on Chumuckla
Hwy (#197) for 5.6 miles.
Turn left on Wade Road - fol-
low for 1/2 mile to a stop sign.
Continue straight (now on
Mineral Spuings Road) for 2.6
miles. Turn right on a graded


dirt road and go 2 miles to the
cemetery.
From the north: 12 miles
south of Jay, turn right on
Mineral Springs Road or
Wade Road. Bring your lawn
chairs, or you may stand and
eat off the famous century old
concrete wall. Come join us!

November Angel
Food available
Welcome to Angel Food
Ministries! Units of food are
made available to you
through Angel Food
Ministries on a monthly basis
at only $25 per unit. You may
purchase as many units as you
want. Each unit that you pur-
chase allows you to buy up to
3 specials! November's distri-
bution takes place Saturday,
November 17, from 8 to 9:30
a.m. Milton's host site is First
United Methodist Church,
located at 6830 Berryhill St.
Sign-up is Monday, October
29, and Tuesday, October 30,
at the church office across the
street from the church from 11
a.m. to 12:30. Also,
Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 11
a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the
-church office across the street
from the church and 5:30 to
6:30 p.m. at the Fellowship
Hall behind the church.
November menu tenta-
tively is: (1) 4 lb. IQF Leg
Quarters, (1) 26 Oz. Banquet
Turkey Entree w/gravy, (4) 8
oz 80/20 Lean Beef Patties,
(1) 1 lb. IQF Chicken Breast,
(1) 1 lb. Gourmet Sausage, (1)
1 lb. Corn Dogs, (1) 1 lb.
Ground Turkey (1) 12 oz.
Philly Steaks, (1) 6.5 oz.,
Stroganoff Dinner, (1) 1 lb.
Pinto Beans (1) 1 lb. Rice, (1)
1 lb. California Veggie Blend,
(1) 2 lb. Fresh Onions, (1) 20
oz. Shoe String Potatoes, (1) 7
oz. Blueberry Muffin Mix, (1)
Dessert Item.
Special #1 at $18.00 is 4
lb. Steak Box (8) 8 oz. Ribeye
Steaks.
Special #2 at $18.00 is 4
lb. Steak Combo Box 4 8 oz.
T-Bone Steaks, and (4) 8 oz.
Top Sirloin'Steaks.
Special #3 at $18.00 is
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PJC establishes
new scholarships
Students studying infor-
mation technology and horti-
culture will reap the benefits
of two new scholarships at
PJC. Sean Gillenwater will be
the first recipient of PJC's
new information Technology
Gulfcoast Scholarship. The
second new PJC scholarship is
the Friends of the Gardens of
Northwest Florida, which will
go to a student studying horti-
culture.
"I am very appreciative of
this scholarship, because it has
allowed me to continue my
pursuit toward the computer
technology field," says
Gillenwater about the assis-
tance.
According to
Compucert.com, Information
Technology promises to be a
profitable profession.
"Recent surveys continue
to show that information tech-
nology professionals with
advanced skills are in very
high demand and having these
skills enables them to earn
substantially more money as
well," reports the website ded-
icated to monitoring the IT job
outlook.
"The state has a high
demand for people in the
Information Technology field.
The IT Gulfcoast SphIlagship
enables deserving students,
who have financial needs, to
continue their education in the


field of IT and provide the
needed work force to meet the
growing demand," notes Bob
Pierce, Department Head for
Engineering Technology at
PJC.
"Additionally, it allows
the Engineering Technology
Department at PJC to attract,
and assist more students."
Students interested in pur-
suing possible scholarships
should contact PJC's
Financial Aid office or talk to
their department heads.


First Saturday
Country Dance
Want to kick up your heels
to some good Country music?
Well, here's your opportunity
to do just that!
On the first Saturday of
every month, the Milton High
Band Boosters sponsors a
Country Dance with Liner
Dance lessons during the first
hour. Our next dance is
Saturday, November 3rd, ,
7:30-10:30 p.m.
From 7:30 till 8:30 p.m.
Jeanelle Kingry teaches a few
simple line dances.
Then from 8:30 till 10:30
p.m. Harvey Kingry plays
some great country music
(some fast & some nice slow..
songs) and everyone just.
enjoys the dances and has fun.
Water, cold drinks, and snacks
are available for purchase.
All ages are welcome -
couples, singles, and families. ,
This is a great way to spend
Saturday night out!
Proceeds go to the Milton
High School Band Boosters to
help replace and/or repair-
instruments and purchase uni-.
forms, etc...
It's at the Milton
Community Center at 5629
Byrom Street in Milton.
For questions and/or more
info, call Harvey & Jeanelle,,
Kingry 623-4235 or David,
Stevens (MHS Band Boosters),.
626-2664.
For more info and direc-
tions, plus photos of the fun,
go to: 'www.mightyblackand-
gold.com


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Community


Fall Revival
Greater Bethlehem
African Methodist Episcopal
Church will be having a Fall
Revival October 28, 29; &
30th. Services begin at 4 p.m.,
Sunday, Oct. 28. Service times
will be 7 p.m. Monday and
Tuesday. Many churches will
be involved. Everyone is invit-
ed to come out for Revival!
Call 626-0825 for more infor-
mation.
Be prepared
for the season;
Poison Center offers tips
to prevent hazards
With the expected cooler
weather, we will be seeking
warmer environments and
spending more time indoors.
During this time, children will
often explore kitchen and
medicine cabinets, garages
and closets.
While participating in
indoor school activities,
younger children are exposed
to glues, inks, paints, felt tip
markers, chalkboard dust and
cleaners, and other potentially
toxic, arts and crafts items.
Exposure to traces of these
items may result in only minor
effects; however, repeated
and/or longer exposures can
result in serious side effects.
Cooler weather also sig-
nals the start of the cold and
flu season. "During this time
of year, a variety of medicines
are in the home especially
cough and cold medications,"
explains Dr. Jay Schauben,
director of the Florida/USVI
Poison Information Center-
Jacksonville. "These types of
medicines, and others, repre-
sent a potential for a Fall poi-
soning hazard. Keep these and
all medicines, out of the reach
and sight of young children,
particularly children younger
than six years of age who are
at the highest risk for poison-
ing hazards."
The Florida/USVI Poison
Information Center-
Jacksopville responded to over


55,000 calls in 2006 with 48%
of these calls concerning poi-
soning emergencies for chil-
dren under 6 years of age.
Among the top 5 common
causes of poisoning emergen-
cies were household cleaning
substances and medicines.
Below are some common
Fall poisoning hazards. Take
the time to educate yourself
and your children about these
potentially toxic hazards.
Don't forget to call the
Florida/USVI Poison
Information Center-
Jacksonville at 1-800-222-
1222 in a poisoning emer-
gency.
* Cough and Cold medica-
tions are often pleasant tast-
ing; thus, children may drink
large amounts. These medi-
cines also may contain cough
suppressants, decongestants or
antihistamines, which can
cause agitation or drowsiness..
Others may contain aspirin or
acetaminophen which, in the
wrong amount, can cause an
upset stomach, sleepiness,
nausea, vomiting, thinning of
the blood, seizures or liver
damage. Additionally, some of
these medicines contain alco-
hol, which can cause drunken-
ness, low blood sugar levels or
even seizures in children.
* Mercury glass ther-
mometers should only be used
as directed, and broken glass
thermometers should never be
used. Even though the form of
mercury that is contained in
this type of thermometer is not
a form that is well absorbed
the clean up process can be
time consuming. Your poison
center recommends not to vac-
uum broken mercury ther-
mometer, but to call the center.
at 1-800-222-1222 to assess
the situation.
* Chewable Vitamins are
flavorful and colorful, but
swallowing large amounts can
cause upset stomach, nausea
and vomiting. Swallowing
large amounts of vitamins
containing iron can cause sig-
nificant toxicity.


* Carbon Monoxide is a
colorless and odorless gas,
which is produced by incom-
plete combustion of carbon
containing materials.
Automobile exhaust leaks,
malfunctioning gas-fueled
heating appliances, wood
stoves are sources of carbon
monoxide. Flu-like symptoms
may be experienced such as
fatigue, sleepiness, headache,
nausea, and vomiting. As we
approach colder temperatures,
we turn up the heat in our
homes. Extreme care and cau-
tion to avoid exposure to car-
bon monoxide should be
taken. Your gas-fueled heating
appliances should be inspect-
ed for proper ventilation and
operation. To protect your
family, install carbon monox-
ide detectors in your home if
you have any gas-fueled appli-
ances.
* Plants and berries
abound during the fall season
and extra caution should be
taken to minimize poisoning
hazards. Label all plant con-
tainers and learn the names of
plants in and around the home.
Berries from flowering plants
may fall to the ground and
extreme care should be taken
to prevent a child from swal-
lowing the berries. Symptoms
to observe in children swal-
lowing berries are mild mouth
and skin irritation, and an
upset stomach.
* Fertilizer is also com-
monly used during the fall
season. Keep children and pets
out of fertilized areas.
Symptoms to look for in the
case of accidental poisoning
from fertilizers include nau-
sea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Remember to call the
Poison Information Center at
1-800-222-1222 in case of a
poisoning emergency. The
Poison Center is open daily,
24 hours per day, and skilled
healthcare professionals will
immediately respond to poi-
son emergencies concerning
these, and otherpotential fall
poisoning hazards.


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AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL ZION
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
-Billory 1st Baptist of Holley-
Navarre
Highway 87 North Holley
-Blackwater Baptist
11689 Munson Hwy., Milton
-Calvary Baptist
Hwy. 89, Allentown
-Cora Baptist
12953 Hwy 197, Jay
-East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Ferris Hill Baptist
6848 Chaffin Street. Milton
-First Bagdad Baptist
4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad
-First Baptist of Garcon Point
1780 Garcon Point Rd., Milton
-First Baptist of Milton
6797 Caroline St., Milton
-Florida Baptist Convention
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
-Floridatown Baptist
3851 Diamond Street,Pace
-Harmony Ridge Baptist
5536 Hwy. 90 W, Pace
-Hickory Hammock Baptist
Hickory Hammock Rd, E.Milton
-Immanual Baptist
4187 Hwy. 90, Pace
-James Street Baptist
6658 James Street, Milton
-Jay First Baptist
214 S. Alabama Street, Jay
-Living Truth Church
(Contemporary)
Meeting at S.S. Dixon Intermediate
School, Pace
-Mount Calvary So. Baptist
5300 Berryhill Road Milton
-New Bethel Baptist
10995 Chumuckla Hwy., Jay
-New Life Baptist
6380 Bayberry Street, Milton
-Mount Pleasant Baptist
6151 Dogwood Dr., Milton
-Olivet Baptist
5240 Dogwood Drive Milton
-Pine Level Baptist
3300 Pine Level Church Road, Jay
-Pine Terrace Baptist
6212 Pine Blossom Road Milton
-Pleasant Home Baptist
8500 Pleasant Home, Munson
-Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.
6820 Hwy. 87 North Milton
-Spring Hill Baptist Church
9214 Munson Hwy. Milton
-Wallace Baptist Church
6601 Chumuckla Hwy.
-Woodbine Baptist Church
4912 Woodbine Road Pace
BAPTIST -MISSIONARY
-Mt. Bethel Baptist
175 Limit Street Milton
-New Macedonia Baptist Church
4751 Chumuckla Hwy. Pace
-New Providence Missionary
Baptist
4175 Popcorn Rd., Milton
CATHOLIC
-St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
6457 Park Ave. SW Milton, FL
CHARISMATIC
-Sheperd House Ministry
5739 Stewart St. Milton
-New Hope Community Church
Meeting at Russel Center at
Locklin Tech, Berry Hill, Milton
CHURCH OF CHRIST
-Bagdad Chuch of Christ
4413 Garcon Point Hwy., Bagdad
-Berryhill Church of Christ
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace,
-Jay Church of Christ
E. Highway 4, Jay
-Margaret Street Church of Christ
6745 Margaret Street, Milton,
-McLellan Church of Christ
Munson Hwy Milton
-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
Christ
909 N. Alabama St., Milton
-World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St., Milton


-Community Chapel Church of
God, 4300 Pace Lane,
South of Wal-Mart
-Church of God in Christ
5887 N. Stewart St., Milton


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


First United Methodist
Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683
Worship Service @ 8:30 & 11:00
Sunday School @ 9:45
Youth Fellowship @ 5:00
Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!


Covenant Church of God
4645 School Lane Pace, FL 32571
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
Committed to excellence as we �er.c Jei.us.
Come grow with us!


Hickory Hammock f- '
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987) /
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am '
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:00 pm. ,: ,
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm 7
Preschool - All Services
8351 Hickory Hammock R , i.. iro,n * ,o ..59 .w r.l'.:,,r.~r mmo~dtapnri ,'g
Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama * Children & Youth Ministries and lots m6oel


Jay, FL 32565
PRESBYTERIAN - PCA
-Westminster Presbyterian Church
PCA 6659 Park Avenue, Milton
PRESBYTERIAN - USA
-First Presbyterian Church of
Milton
5206 Elmira St. , Milton, FL
-Pace Presbyterian Church
4587 Woodbine Rd., Pace, FL
PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
-Bethlehem Primitive Baptist
Church
5339 Zero Ln., Milton, FL
-Mount Zion Primitive Baptist
Church
603 4th Av., Milton, FL


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


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

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


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


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


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EPISCOPAL St. Mary's
CHURCH
* Episcopal Church
The Rev, John Wallace
\Services:
Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nursery provided for Sunday service
Phone (850) 623-2905 www.stmarysmilton.com
"MEN AND BRETHREN, WHAT SHALL WE DO?" ACTS 2:37 - 41
"Save yourselves from this untoward generation."
Then they that gladly received his word were baptized:


West Milton
Church of Chris
5300 Hwy 90
994-6088


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Bible Study 9am
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5:15pm


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5203 Elmira Street
Milton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten


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a.m.
p.m.


Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton |
Church Office: 623-8820 John F. Edwards, Pastor s


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


www.Pace


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


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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


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4587 Woodbine Road
Pace, FL 32571 4
Ph 995-4553

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
Stephen Minister. Donna Lee * 994-0870
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TOPS Club News
Bobbie Clemons, long
time member and senior of
TOPS #252 Pace, was hon-
ored Thursday night, October
11. She received a plaque, a
dozen yellow roses and
numerous gifts. Bobbie
reached her 20 year status as a
KOPS (Keep Off Pounds
Sensibly) on Oct. 13th. There
to commend her on her hard
work and long-life dedication
was Area Captain, Jean
Spitzenberger, and husband,
Ron, from Pensacola.
TOPS Club, Inc,. is a non-
profit, non-commercial
weight-loss support organiza-


tion based in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin. Its objective is to
encourage healthy lifestyles
through weight management
support groups and to sponsor
obesity research. Most mem-
bers refer to the organization
simply as "TOPS", Take Off
Pounds Sensibly. TOPS was
originally formed in 1948 by
Ester Manz, as a response to
the need to assist overweight
and obese people to lose
weight by setting up a support
group system. TOPS Mission
is to support our members as
they take and keep off pounds
sensibly. Congratulations
Bobbie - Lots of love from


your TOPS pals.

SRC Democratic
Executive Committee
votes to protect SR
schools from budg-
ets cuts
Santa Rosa County
Democratic Party Chair
Martha Smith today
announced opposition to
scheduled cuts to the 2008
Santa Rosa County School
District Budget, which is to
lose as much as $2,398,000
from its operating budget,
including monies used to fund
teachers, aides, teaching mate-
rials, and the like.


Students helping others


Students at Jay
Elementary School are taking
part in service projects to
spark awareness of the
importance that they can play
in community service.
During the month of
September, they began col-
lecting items for Favor


House, Families First and
Families Count. The items
collected were freebies that
were obtained from makeup
purchases as samples or items
brought home from'hotel vis-
its such as shampoo, condi-
tioners or soap. Several stu-
dents brought small bags,


lotions and perfume. The
generous donations filled five
boxes, with the hopes that it
provides a bit of comfort to
those who may be displaced
from their homes for one rea-
son or another.


Smith said, "Given that
Florida has one of the lowest
graduation rates in the nation,
ranking 45th among all the
states, and also is one of the
lowest in funding education,
also 45th, we are gravely con-
cerned that these scheduled
cuts will have serious negative
effects on our children."
Santa Rosa School
District administrators are
pledged to minimize these
cuts, which are the result of
reduced revenue from falling
sales taxes and which most
directly affect teaching and
learning, but Smith warns that
"Not only do these immediate
cuts affect our schools now,
but additional cuts in the
future, based on reductions in
property taxes, are a strong
likelihood (no comma) and
could result in even more neg-
ative effects on our children."
Believing that sufficient


state reserve funds exist to
cancel these cuts, Smith urges
legislators to, "Do the respon-
sible thing and hold harmless
our schools and children from


these cuts in the 2008 budget."
Legislators have taken no
steps thus far to cancel the
proposed cuts.


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Women In


The Arts


To


Honor Seven During 'Write On!'


The GFWC Milton
Woman's Club, Inc. will host
the first in the 2007-2008
Women In The Arts series,
Write On, on Friday evening,
November 16 from 5:30 p.m.
to 8 p.m. The reception will
be held at the Milton
Clubhouse, 6863 Oak Street,
in historic downtown Milton.
Guests will enjoy hors d'oeu-
vres and a short program will
begin at 6:30 p.m. with intro-
ductions of guest authors.
Authors and publishers to
be honored include: Mae
Adkinson; Amber Bums; Dr.
Patricia Edmisten; Margaret
Fowlkes; Toni Ann
Guadagnoli; Sarah Smiley;
and Cecile Stephens.
Mae Adkinson, a resident
of Milton, has created a great
devotional book in Proverbs
To Live By. Not only is there
scripture for the reader to
reflect upon, but the scriptures
are organized by subject and
empty pages are provided for
the reader to use as one
reflects on the passages. Mrs.
Adkinson is delighted that her
daughter, Amber Burns, will
be joining in the Women In
The Arts series with her.
Amber grew up in Pace and


Amber Burns
now lives in North Carolina
with her husband. She has just
written her first novelette, A
Wink and A Smile.


Dr. Patricia Edmisten, of
Pensacola, retired from the
University of West Florida,
where she was director of


News Briefs


City of
Milton Meetings
Milton Charter
Committee will meet Monday,
October 29 at 4:30 p.m. in
Conference Room B of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
Economic Development
Committee will meet
Thursday, Nov. 1 at 3 p.m. in
Conference Room B of the
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
Public Works Committee
will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 6
at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
Physical Plant &
Insurance Committee will
meet Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 9
a.m. in Conference Room B of
City Hall.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more informa-
tion, call 983-5411.


Republicans to meet
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will hold
its monthly meeting and
Dutch Treat Dinner at The
Club at Hidden Creek, 3070
PGA Blvd, in Navarre, at 6:30
p.m.. on Tuesday November 6,
2007. The Featured Speaker is
Mr. John Broxson,
Commissioner, District 5, for
Santa Rosa County and candi-
date for re-election. Bring a
guest. For additional informa-
tion please contact Morgan
Lamb, President, at (850) 939-
2409 or Email morgan-
lamb@bellsouth.net.

Bluegrass
Concert is Saturday!
The Gulf Coast Bluegrass
Music Association Monthly
Concert and Jam Session will
be October 27, 2007. It is held
at the PJC Milton Campus in
Building 4200, which is also
the Student Activity Center.
The cost is $4.00 for non-
members and $2.00 for mem-
bers. The concert will feature
"Southern Sounds" at 6:00
p.m. and "B.L.T." at 7:00 p.m.
The doors open at 5:00 p.m.,
with the concert starting at
6:00 p.m. and the jam session
for all abilities starting at 8:00
p.m. Door prizes and "Split
the Pot" are part of the fun.
Refreshments are available
from PJC student clubs. For
more information: Call
Charles Samuel, 850-994-


4070 or check the web site:
www.gcbma.com

Peruvian
artist offers free
workshop Monday
The 2007 Great Gulfcoast
Arts Festival's Invited
International Artist is Zenon
Cirilo Pumayalli Quispe from
Chinchero, Peru, in the Andes
Mountains near the magnifi-
cent Incan ruins of Machu
Picchu. Cirilo works to pre-
serve the art of the ancestral
textiles of his region, which
has been passed down through
oral tradition. Chinchero is
known for its beautiful fabrics
that are colored with tints of
natural plants, maintaining
singular and expressive
iconography.
The public is invited to
attend a free workshop that
will be held from 4:30 until
6:30 p.m. on Monday, October
29th at the Belmont Arts and
Cultural Center located inside
the Window Factory on the
corner of Belmont and
Devillars Streets.
The International Invited
Master Artist program has
been a part of the Great
Gulfcoast Arts Festival each
year since 2000 when Mr.
Tadishiro Fukui, a master
woodblock artist from
Pensacola's Sister City of
Hagiwara, Japan exhibited at
the festival. Although the
majority of our International
Invited Master Artists have
been from Sister Cities of
Pensacola, the invitation to
apply is not limited to Sister
Cities.
The Great Gulfcoast Arts
Festival takes place November
2, 3, and 4, 2007 in
Pensacola's Seville Square.
Admission to the festival is
free, as are programs and
maps. Posters and t-shirts and t-sirts are
available. More information is
available at www.ggaf.org.

VFW Ladies
Auxiliary Yard Sale
The Ladies Auxiliary to
the Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post 4833, at 5918 Carroll
Road, Milton will hold a Yard
Sale on Friday November 2nd
and Saturday November 3rd,
from 8 a.m. to Noon at the
Post location. There will be
furniture, household goods,


clothes and holiday items for
sale. Please support this semi-
annual sale, all proceeds are
used for Veterans and
Families' projects.

Central SR
Republicans to meet
The Central Santa Rosa
Republican Club will meet
Thursday, Nov. 1 at the Red
Barn Bar-B-Que in Milton.
Meeting begins at 5:30 p.m.
with a Dutch treat dinner fol-
lowed at 7 p.m. with the pro-
gram. Special guest speaker
will be County Commissioner
Bob Cole. He will talk about
issues facing our county, i.e.
new courthouse, taxes, con-
trolling growth, and long
.range planning. These topic
are important to all and there-
wvill be a Q & A session. The
public is invited.

Appreciation Day
at Helping Hand
is today!
The donors and customers
of Helping Hand Missions
have been the life blood of its
20 years of service to the resi-
dents of Santa Rosa County.
This has enabled this non-
profit organization to put hun-
dreds of thousands of dollars
back into the county.
.Santa Rosa County
Appreciation Day will be
today, Saturday, Oct. 27 from
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the thrift
store at 4666 Hwy. 90 in Pace,
across from the new Target
Store.
Everyone is invited to stop
by and see the improved facil-
ities, enjoy complimentary
food, register for door prizes,
and take advantage of the spe-
cial discounts for the day.
Door prizes will include Bill
Gaither Holiday Concert tick-
ets.
October being Breast
Cancer Awareness Month, we
will have brochures available
with helpful information on
this important subject from
the American Cancer Society.

Ebenezer Assembly of
God Singing tonight
Ebenezer Assembly of
God will hold a Singing
tonight at 7 p.m. featuring
Juniper Creek. Refreshments
will be served afterwards. This
is the last Singing for the year.
The Singings will begin back
up in March of 2008. For
more information, call 675-
0167.


Mae Adkinson
International Education and Programs and also taught graduate
classes in the Sociological Foundations of Education. Dr.
Edmisten's collection of poetry, Wild Women With Tender
Hearts, won the 2007 Poetry Award from Peace Corps Writers.
She was a member of the Peace Corps and her novel, The
Mourning of Angels, is about an American Peace Corps worker
in Peru. Patricia is also the author of Nicaragua Divided: La
Prensa and the Chamorro Legacy, about the Nicaraguan revolu-
tion. She has also written the poetry book, The Treasures of
Pensacola Beach.
Margaret Fowlkes is also a resident of Milton. She has writ-
ten two novels, which reminisce of the by-gone days - Home
Where the Wild Roses Grow and Come Full Circle. Toni Ann
Guadagnoli, resides in Pace. Mrs. Guadagnoli was born and
raised in New York and has a Bachelor of Art's Degree in
English and a Master of Science Degree in Education. She


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worked as an editor for an
educational publishing com-
pany and later became a 3rd
grade teacher. She has not
only written a prize-winning
children's book, Chitter
Chatter, she has written a
cookbook, Recipes &
Remembrances: A Chef in
Every Family's Kitchen.
Sarah Smiley, also of Pace,
gained success as the colum-
nist of Shore Duty and as the
author of Going Overboard.
Milton Woman's Club art
department chairman and first
vice president, Cecile
Stephens, will also partici-
pate. Mrs. Stephens' book,
America's Favorite Uncle, is a
publication, which contains
original drawings of Uncle
Sam, drawn by some of the
most famous political and
editorial cartoonists in the
United States. The drawings
are dated from 1904 to the
1950s. The collection
belonged to her first husband,
Bob Meagher, a former art
director and public service
director for the Gannett Corp.
The collection will also be on
display for the evening.
The women will have
their books available for pur-
chase and they will be happy
to personally autograph a
copy for you or for that spe-
cial booklover on your holi-
day gift list.
For more information on
the GFWC Milton Woman's
Club, phone president, Paula
Lou Mapoles, at 850-62.6-
9567 or ' email
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Today In Jay


Farmers Market &

Deli Ribbon Cutting


Shown left to right are Donna Settle, Kim Owens, Edna Lewis, Carl Grissett, and Mike Digmon.


Farmers Market & Deli,
located inside the Farmer
Country Market, Highway 4,
East, Jay, held their Ribbon
Cutting Wednesday, October
10, 2007 at 11 a.m.


The owner of the new
restaurant is Carl Grissett. The
hours for the Farmers Country
Cooking will be Monday
through Sunday (seven days a
week) from 6:30 a.m. to 7


p.m. each day. For more infor-
mation, call 850/675-0400.
We wish Mr. Grissett a suc-
cessful business venture!


,tAcbeon K6er


Pumpkin Cake
1/3 cup shortening
1-1/3 cup sugar
1/4- tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. soda
3/4 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1/4 tsp. cloves
1-2/3 cup flour
1/3 cup water


1/3 cup pecans
2/3 cup raisins
1 cup cooked pumpkin
1 large egg
Cream shortening and
sugar. Add egg, water, and
pumpkin. Beat. Add dry ingre-
dients, raisins, and pecans.
Pour mixture into two loaf
pans (bread pans). Bake in a


350� oven for 35 to 40 min-
utes.
Cut off top of an orange to
form a small jack-o-lantem.
Remove pulp. Cut eyes, nose,
and mouth in orange shell
with a pointed knife. Cut hole
for small candle in bottom of
shell. Insert piece of green
paper in top for stem.
Enjoy!


MARKET


RECAP

A look at the
futures market

Futures Markets Weekly
Recap - Crude surges to new
record high on Supply
Disruption Worries
Despite rising inventories
in the U.S., crude oil surged
this week amid fears of supply
disruptions and continued
weakness in the dollar. On
Wednesday, the Department of
Energy. released its weekly
inventories report that showed
crude inventories climbing
more than analysts had
expected. This 'bearish news
pulled Crude Oil Futures con-
tracts lower, but only tem-
porarily. By Wednesday after-
noon, news that Turkey had
approved a possible military
incursion against rebel Kurds
in Northern Iraq hit the mar-
ket. The news worried traders
as this region has been rela-
tively peaceful and contains
vital crude oil pipelines. If
these pipelines were damaged
or sabotaged, it would radical-
ly disrupt crude supplies.
Though Turkey insists that the
approval does not mean an
imminent invasion, traders
used the news to push crude to
new all-time highs. Before
backing off late in the day on
Wednesday, crude touched
$89 per barrel - a new record
high. This is a staggering gain
in just the last week. At $89
per barrel, crude was up $5.31
per barrel in just 3 days. While
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unrest in the Middle East. If tensions ease and a Turkish
invasion can be avoided, prices could move lower; however,
if tensions ease and a Turkish invasion can be avoided,
prices could move lower; however, if tensions remain high
or crude supplies are disrupted, crude could continue its
steady march towards $100 per barrel.
Frozen orange juice futures have leapt in the last week
after an October 12th report from USDA gave a forecast for
U.S. Orange production this year that was much lower than
expected. USDA forecast production at 169 million (90
pound) boxes. While this figure is more than was produced
in any of the last three years, most traders and analysts had
been looking for a forecast in the 180 to 185 million box
range. As a result of the low forecast, Orange Juice Futures
jumped. Before the report was released, Orange Juice
Futures had closed at 136.3 cents per pound. By midday
Thursday, futures were trading as high as 157 cents per
pound, a gain of 15.2% in just five days. It will take months
to get a final reading on actual orange production, but for the
time being, it would appear as though supply estimates will
need to be lowered and prices may stay supported for quite
some time.
The same USDA report that served to push orange juice
futures higher also served to push Soybean Futures close to
contract highs/ While much has been said about the record
corn crop farmers are expected to harvest this year, its been
the back-story of Soybean Acreage cutbacks that has really
started to gain momentum. In its report, USDA cut its fore-
cast for this year's soybean harvest as well as for U.S. end-
ing inventories - both of which are bullish. Additionally, as
crude has continued its rally, soybean oil has rallied too.
This byproduct of soybean crushing, typically used make
bio-based fuels and food-grade oils, has rallied to record
highs in recent weeks. The fast-growing popularity of bio-
diesel has seemingly used up more soybean stocks than
expected, and is seen as growing faster in the future than was
previously thought. With this demand for soybean oil con-
tinues to increase and soybean inventories are revised still
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SATURDAY
October 27, 2007
Section C


Throwing



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of a Touch

'throwing' is the most popular and most difficult of
the pottery techniques," said Marty North, Pottery
Instructor at the Belmont Arts and Cultural Center
in downtown Pensacola.
North was born and raised in Jay and is the
fourth generation in his family. He has operated shops around
Santa Rosa County. At one time he had a popular shop on
Woodbine where he sold many of his pieces. He now offers pot-
tery classes on the wheel.
North told us that he offers workshops for beginners and
intermediates at the Center located inside the Window Factory
on Reus Street. He also does classes for students with special
heeds students.
"Pottery has been my hobby for 33 years," said the very
energetic instructor.
"We have eight potter ,wheels and all are electric. Most
classes are limited to eight students and normally are full," said
North.
Clay is provided for the potters and we found out that North
orders all his clay needs. He told us that he normally uses close
to a ton of clay a month. Clay can be bought wet or dry. Wet clay
comes in batches of 25 pounds or more. If there is a specific clay
formula you want, some of the dealers will mix it for you.
North said if you are very energetic, you can dig your own
clay. "There is a lot of clay around Santa Rosa County. There is
a lot of work involved when you decide to go this route. First
would be finding a workable clay deposit. Generally clay lies
several feet beneath the surface soil. The easiest place to gain
access to it is where the earth has been cut away, such as beside
a building foundation, road, or a stream.
"There are several areas you can dig clay in the county, these
being off Highway 4, near Jay and there is a nice deposit off
Munson Highway," he said. He added that clay sometimes can
be used as found, but most of the time you have to add additives
to enhance or correct quality.
As students get started in the class, they will get a square of
clay and work it until they feel it has no air bubbles and feels like
it is the right consistency. Once the student feels the clay is ready
for the wheel, he or she will actually throw the ball as close to
the center as possible. When the clay is thrown or slapped it
should stick. This may sound like an easy process, but there are
many times that you may have to move the ball using a small
sponge and making sure your hands are wet. Now you are ready
to get the pedal down and hands in proper position. You will take
your time to make sure the clay is centered and ready to be
worked. First, it resembles a cone, then you push it down to
widen the base. Squeezing, moving your hands slowly, and not
too much pressure on the pedal. Now you have it pushed back
down and will place your fingers in the middle of the clay to
open it up. You then begin the pulling from the bottom up. You
have to measure the bottom to make sure the thickness is just
right. As you pull upwards the clay will have various rings and
markings, No two pieces are the same shape. Now that you have
your bowl or piece finished you will put a 450 angle on the bot-
tom for a glaze line. Then it is placed on a shelf for a week to
dry. When students come back the following week they will be
able to handle the pottery, clean it up, and get it ready for the
first firing. It takes eight to ten hours for firing and 16 hours to
cool.
"The first firing is done at 1800 degrees fahrenheit and then
you can call it stoneware, as it is rock hard," said North.
Now it is time to apply a glaze and this is entirely up to the
students as to the colors they want. Then another firing is
required and this time the kiln will reach a temperature of 2230
degrees. This makes' the pottery ready for cooking, oven proof
and dishwasher safe. So it is very durable and useable.
North said he learned a lot of his techniques from his grand-
father, great-grandfather, mother, and grandmother.
In closing, the instructor added that throwing is difficult to
master, nevertheless it is rewarding. "Remember touch and pres-
sure are all important. For a beginner in this class I will help you
get the feel of the clay and the proper technique of throwing."


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Above Photo: Jay native, Marty North, Potter Instructor at the Belmont Arts Center in downtown Pensacola. North is considered one of the best.
Above small photo: North is shown at the potter's wheel and will work the bowl into a beautiful bowl.
'Below Photo: This pottery bowl is awaiting a glaze.
Corner Photo: Ruth Krischick, Santa Rosa resident, really enjoys the Pottery Class. Ruth and hubby, Harald, moved to the United States
from Germany. Ruth is employed with the Santa Rosa School System. She is shown here cleaning one of her pottery pieces.


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Kari & Darren Brock, a
daughter, Jaden Leigh Brock,
born Wednesday, October 3,
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Heather Morgan, a son,
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Thursday, October 4, 2007.
Ashley Simmons, a
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Tracy Beach & Nicholas
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LaTonya Gramm, a son,
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Donna & Joshua
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Tamara & Paul McGee, a
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5 Ways to Celebrate


Halloween Without


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Trick-or-treating and
Halloween "go together, well,
like witches and black cats.
For years it has been a custom
to haunt the neighborhood
dressed in costume and coax
the residents into filling bags
full of treats or tricks.
However, trick-or-treating
has always posed a set of real
dangers, beyond spooky, cos-
tumed creatures. Parading
around at night (Halloween
conveniently falls around the
start of daylight savings time


TIh lli' why many
h LI,--. [.. -ip the trick-
L,'i-treiam and look for
I, jtafer - :.et equally fun
' - ajcitliies instead.
SHere .are some spook-
, jcitllar alternatives:
* 1 H.anted gather-
in~ A chaperoned,
-.rgajnized Halloween
rpari, i- as good as
~ . , ,:,inng the neighbor-
hoo.d or treats, wit a
,t- less mileage. If
$L guests still want
' . feel of hunting
for treats, organ-
ize a scavenger
hunt around the house
with clues pointing to
hidden candy treats or
ghastly tricks. You
can even make your
event a themed
Halloween party
N(where every-
~ ,",'ne is required
to dress in a particular way:
pirates, jungle, Hawaiian, etc.)
and everyone votes on the best
costume.
2. The shopping circuit:
Many towns and individual
retailers organize trick-or-
treating jaunts in area malls or
shopping plazas. This way
children can visit reputable
stores in a safe manner and
come home with candy,
.coupons and more..
3. Spooky sleepout: The
crisp, autumn weather can be
the ideal time to sleep under


the stars ... or amid the tomb-
stones. Invite a small gather-
ing of brave friends to stake
out their spots in the backyard.
Scary ghost stories, s'mores
and "truth or dare" type activ-
ities are a must on All Hallows
Eve.
4. Treat-tasting event:
What baking cookies does for
Christmas, treat-tasting can do
for Halloween. Invite a group
of friends over to concoct and
sample a host of devilishly
delicious dishes. Or, host a
Halloween pot luck where
everyone brings their own
favorites. There are plenty of
recipes out there, but here's a
quick idea: Crush an sandwich
cream pre-made pie crust to
create chocolate crumbs
(much easier than separating
the cream from the cookies
and crushing). Use the crumbs
to coat frosting on cupcakes or
cakes, or to cover pudding.
The result looks like dirt and
can be used to create small-
scale gravesites, earthworm
homes and so .many other
spooky ideas. Plus, it's the
best-looking - and best-tast-
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5. Be charitable: Less-for-
tunate children in shelters or
orphanages also want to expe-
rience the joys of Halloween.
See if you can organize a scary
movie viewing (tailor the
scariness factor to the age of
the audience), or throw a
Halloween bash for them to
enjoy. Who knows, you may
be able to get a local restau-
rant or store to donate some
food or supplies. Not only will
you have fun, you'll create an
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Halloween holds horrors


for trick-or-treaters with braces


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Even ice is on the
American Association of
Orthodontists' hit list. It's
tempting to chomp on it after
slurping down a glass of
blood-red punch.
"We know that they will
indulge in more sweets than
they normally do," Springfield
orthodontist Dr. William
Groesch said about his
patients on Halloween, "but
we hope that they choose the
right ones. And that they brush
thoroughly in the morning and
evening."
Plain chocolate is OK, as
are M&M's, peanut butter
cups and soft candy bars with-
out caramel, such as 3


Musketeers.
More than 4 million chil-
dren and 1 million adults in
the United States and Canada
wear braces to straighten their
teeth.
Gabriela Zeigler isn't the
only one in her house. Eleven-
year-old sister Olivia and
mother Janet also have metal
in their mouths.
"When you have all these
brackets, you feel like a Chia
Pet," said Janet, 44, referring
to the wire-holders attached to
each tooth.
"You're always self-con-
scious when you're eating in
public. There's a lot of appara-
tus in there. Even if you eat


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Kris M lortmner, a
Bookkeeper from
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braces lhen she \a, ai kid.
has gi\en up eating pOp.
corn around her two braces-
wearing kids - Drake, 14, and
Amanda, 12.
"I haven't given it up com-
pletely," she said. "Just when
they're around."
Groesch said some of his
patients are embarrassed when
forbidden foods necessitate
repairs.
"I used to go to sporting
events with my kids," he said.
"I knew if their friends were
eating the wrong things
because they would turn away
when they saw me."
Dr. Richard McDaniel,
another Springfield orthodon-
tist, said some patients are
reluctant to 'fess up.
"They usually deny it. But
when you find a popcorn ker-


nel ,:r hunk of gum around the
brackett.. you've got them."
T-hirtc en-year-old Nick
S.roi had I.) go to Groesch for
repairs .jlter eating a piece of
toffee
"I just ate it. I didn't really
think ajh'-ut what I was eat-
ing." .aid the middle-school
;dudernt '.hose teeth are laced
'. ali red-and-blue brackets.
To prevent a relapse after
trick-,-or-treating this year,
Ni;k plans to assess his stash
'.nce he ._ets home. He'll trade
forhidden candy with friends
and siblihncs and donate some
[to shel_ e r.
Brarce-faced kids who eat
the wrong thing and
wind up with
damage are
advised by the

Association of
Orthodontists to get a
' call into their doctor the
next business day so cor-
rections can be made.
When Janet Ziegler
become; braces-free, she'll
celebrate by savoring two of
her 'atorites: banana Laffy
Taft\ and a Pease's caramel
apple
"Halloween," she said, "is
not a happy time for people
lith braces."
But here are some treats
hl om the American
Association of Orthodontists
that are braces-friendly.


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why we leave nothing to chance when it comes to the care we offer our
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JACK-O-LANTERN BROWNIE
1 packaged brownie mix
1 package fresh candy corn
1 large package fall-covered soft-shell chocolates (such as
M&M's)
1 container orange frosting (can also use white frosting and
combine red and yellow food coloring)
Yields 12 to 16 cookies.
In 12-inch round, greased pan, make brownies to
specifications on package. Let cool 30 to 35 minutes.
Ice brownie with orange frosting. Use candy corn to
decorate and create a mouth. Use chocolates (recom
mended: brown, yellow and green) to create nose, eyes .and
stem.
Nutritional analysis per serving: 300 calories, 2 g protein,
49 g carbohydrate, 11 g fat, 5 mg cholesterol, 1 g fiber,
220 mg sodium.


FRIGHTFUL FINGER COOKIES
1 cup butter, softened
1 cup powdered sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon almond extract
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 3/4 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
Green food coloring
1 tube red decorating gel
1/4 cup almond slices
Yields 3 dozen cookies.
Preheat oven to 325 F.
Beat together butter, sugar, egg, almond extract and vanilla.
Slowly beat in flour, baking powder and salt.
Add drops of green food coloring to dough until you
achieve deep green color.
Divide dough into four equal parts, cover and refrigerate for
30 minutes. Take one quarter of dough at a time from
refrigerator. Break off 1 heaping teaspoonful and roll it into
a finger shape. Squeeze around middle of finger to create a
knuckle shape. Then, using butter knife, make indents in
several places to resemble a finger. Repeat with rest of
dough.
Place cookies on lightly greased baking sheet and bake for
20 to 25 minutes. Let cool. Then squeeze red decorating gel
onto tip of each finger and gently press
an almond sliver on top so the gel oozes out from
underneath.
Nutritional analysis per cookie: 100 calories, 1 g protein,
10 g carbohydrate, 6 g fat, 20 mg cholesterol. 0 g fiber, 85
mg sodium.


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October 27, 2007
Section D


Milton nets its


first district win


7 Pace, Jay, and Central

suffer first round defeats


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.coiml
GULF BREEZE - Milton
proved that the third time
would be the charm as they
prepared for the first round of
the District 1-4A Volleyball
Tournament on Monday.
The Lady Panthers drew
Pensacola High for its first
round opponent and soundly
answered the call, as they won
their first district tournament
match under the direction of
coach Lori Erickson.
"It was possible," said
Erickson after the Lady
Panthers completed the three
game sweep. "We had seen
Pensacola two times and
worked on the stuff they did in
practice.
"The way we have been
working this is not a surprise,
but it was a surprise we won it
in just three games."
Milton, who never won
the first point of the match,
won by the scores of 25-19,
25-20, and 25-17.
In each of the three games
the Lady Panthers would have
to rally and then have to hold
off a late charge by the Lady
Tigers.
In game one Milton saw a
10-4 lead disappear to an 18-
1


18 tie before they, rallied back
to win the game off a Lady
Tigers side out.
Game two saw pretty
much the same scenario as an
11-5 led turned into a small
16-14 lead before pulling the
game out and putting
Pensacola in a 2-0 deficit
towards the match.
"Coach Davenport kept
telling the girls in the huddle
they haven't won yet and for
them not to start celebrating
after getting up 2-0," said
Erickson. "Sometimes we
tend to relax, but we didn't
want them to assume the game
was in the bag."
After the start of the third
game it definitely didn't look
like Milton had the match in
the bag as they quickly fell
behind 4-0.
Milton would fight their
way back and the game would
turn into a seesaw affair until
Jade Horning's serve, which
literally climbed the net before
falling to the Pensacola side of
the floor, gave the Lady
Panthers an 18-15 lead and
forced the Lady Tigers to take
a timeout.
"Sometimes you can't get
out of serve receive," said
See VOLLEY Page 5D


Pace's Tyler Klava lost the regional medalist honors in a playoff,
but his round of 69 at the Region 1-2A meet was good enough to
help Pace qualify for the Boys State Golf Tourney as a team.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Pace is set to


tee it up at state


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.co/m/
Last year Pace head coach
Keith Kirchharr was thinking
of his first trip to the state
tournament with his Patriot
linksters.
But ironically his vision
came a year later and sopho-
more Tyler Klava helped
make his dream a reality with
a round of 69 on Monday at
the Region 1-2A Tournament
at Kelly Plantation in Destin.
Klava, who finished tied
with Mosley's Zach
Primaveria, would lose in a
playoff for the individual title.


While everything was
rosy in the clubhouse,
Kirchharr noted Monday was
one of his longest days as a
coach.
"Tyler shot lights out and
that helped balanced every-
one's score out," said
Kirchharr. "But we were done
so early we were sitting there
for around three hours due to
the weather and slow play.
"Each time a team came it
we would check their scores
and were very fortunate our
score was better."
The only team to beat
See GOLF Page 5D


(Above) Dustin Land is seen in his usual mode as a running quarterback for the Milton Panthers this season against the Gulf Breeze
Dolphins. Land, who is a senior, has verbally committed to play football at Iowa State prior to the high school football season getting
underway. (Below) Land shows off his strong passing arm against Washington High School.
Press Gazette photos by Tim Bettis


Iowa State



finds Land


E Milton signal ci

season more after
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
A breeze blew into the
area over the weekend.
No it wasn't another tor-
nado, but actually a cyclone.
I need to use a capitol "C"
for Cyclone since it was
Milton's Dustin Land return-
ing from his official visit to
Iowa State.
The Cyclones got a verbal
commitment earlier this sea-
son from the Panthers' senior
signal caller to play quarter-
back and his visit this week-
end convinced the young
quarterback he made the right
decision.
"It was a very close
game," said Land, who was on
hand as Iowa State came very
close to upsetting the
Oklahoma Sooners. "I don't
know what was bigger the
game I just saw or my sopho-
more year playing in the Pace-
Milton game."
Land was sold on the Iowa
State program by the straight


aller is enjoying

making decision

forwardness shown by every-
one he has met.
. "A lot of other schools
will tell you what you want to
hear," said Land of the recruit-
ing process he has experi-
enced so far. "But the coaches
at Iowa State are very straight
forward. There is no sugar
coating it for them.
"And that is what has
impressed me the most about
Gene Chizik and his staff."
With the 'season the
Panthers are enjoying at 5-1
heading into Friday's home-
coming game against
Crestview, Land was glad to
make up his mind.
"When I made my deci-
sion it kind of took the whole
recruiting thing out of the sea-
son," said Land. "By making
my decision early it allowed
me to focus on high school
football and our season
ahead."
Land actually visited the
campus unofficially over the
summer and became


impressed with the up and
coming program under
Chizik, who is a Florida grad
that served as the assistant
head coach and defensive
coordinator for the Texas


Longhorn's 2005 National
Championship team.
Before coaching at Texas,
Chizik served as the defensive
coordinator at Auburn.
See LAND Page 5D


Al Runners vie for Escarosa


By BILL GAMBLIN Washington expected to chal-
sports@srpressgazette.com lenge for the titles, while on
This morning will be the the boys side those in atten-
dawning of a huge battle as dance will see Navarre and
young men and women from Washington wage war for
Santa Rosa and Escambia bragging rights.
counties square off for the It was at this same meet
Escarosa Cross Country Meet last year Navarre recorded
at Sims Middle School. their first meet win ever over
The first race will get Washington and has set up
underway at 7:30 a.m. for the quite a rivalry which played
girls with Gulf Breeze and out just over a week ago at the
Wildcat Invitational on the
Jay's Leely Trevino has been Wildcat Invitational on the
one of the area runners who very same course these run-
has been in the front pack at ners will be on today.
most events this cross country Locally on the girls side
season and should benefit Milton is looking to be com-
from the cooler weather this petitive with the efforts ofjun-
weekend for the Escarosa iors Ariane Carr and Kristen
Cross County Meet at Sims Wells along with senior Eva
Middle School today. Gaus.
File photo "We have had a few tough


years without having fie,
competitive runners," said
Milton head coach Tracy
Hodges. "This year I am proud
to say we have evolved into a
running team rather than a
run/walk team.
"The girls are setting per-
sonal records with each meet
and we are actually excited
about competing in the next
race."
One of the area teams
Milton will be chasing is Jay,
who has made a habit of run-
ning against the bigger
schools to help prepare for
their district meets.
"I am looking forward to
the Escarosa," said Jay head
coach Becky Holley. "The
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Owner: Bill Davis
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Points out of 34th: 6
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Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty
35 Bill Davis
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Cal Wells III


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Driver
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Kyle Petty
Dave Blaney
Bill Elliott
Scott Riggs
David Reutimann


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2511
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Watching NASCAR grow


0 Gold has seen a lot in 31 year broadcasting career


Editor's Note: The
response to the first story on
Eli Gold led to this second
part since so much was omit-
ted in the first story.
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@sripressgazette.comn
Eli Gold talked his way into
a career, but he witnessed the
birth of a sporting phenomi-
nom.
"I was there before
NASCAR went big," said Gold.
"But it was the way things fell
into place on a day in February
It was the 1979 running of
the Daytona 500 and CBS
Sports was covering the race for
the first time flag-to-flag.
"You have to remember
NASCAR didn't get a lot of
coverage in the major news out-
lets," said Gold. "If the race
hadn't of been on television
there wouldn't have been any-
thing made of the fight between
Cale (Yarborough) and Bobby
(Allison).
"So the biggest thing that
helped NASCAR was when
Ken Squire convinced Neal
Pilson that America would
watch an entire stock car race
live on television."
Pilson and the late Bill
Fance, Jr., worked the deal out
and actually celebrated the sign-
ing by eating lunch together at
the Steak and Shake on Volusia
Avenue, which is just down the
street from Daytona
International Speedway.
But Gold remembered how
the weather played a role in the
television success.
"The whole nation was hit
by one of the worse weather
storms ever," recalled Gold.
"People were snowed-in in the
upper Midwest, Northeast,
pockets in the deep south.
"And then to have it end
like it did with the fight. All of
those events combined had
some part as a lot of little things
lined up just right for such a big
success. That is what started
NASCAR."
As the nation learned about
the sport whose roots traced
back to moon shiners meeting at
local fair grounds to see who


2006 Pole Winner
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2006 Race Winner
Tony Stewart - 143.121 mph
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Driver
1. Jeff Gordon
1. Jimmie Johnson
3. Clint Bowyer
4. Tony Stewart
5. Carl Edwards
6. Kyle Busch
7. Kevin Harvick
8. Denny Hamlin
9. Jeff Burton
10. Kur Busch


Eli Gold has seen NASCAR grow from a small regional sport to
what it is today and he was there when it started at the 1979
Daytona 500.
had the fastest car, they could "It was easy interviewing
identify with what they saw on D.W. (Darrell Waltrip)," said
the track. Gold. "He understood the busi-
"NASCAR offered some- ness and if you told him you
thing Indy Cars couldn't," said needed 30-35 seconds he could
Gold. "Fans could look down do that, while other drivers
and see that was their Buick, would give you too much and it
Pontiac, or Chevrolet. was near impossible t6 edit
"Not too many people can down.
look down and actually relate to "That doesn't mean I didn't
a PC-17." like talking to them; I have
While Gold has grown to enjoyed talking to and meeting
love NASCAR he is a broad- every one connected with
caster for all 43 cars on the NASCAR." .
track. Some drivers and car own-


"The first thing is I don't
care who is leading," said Gold.
"But there are some drivers who
are easier to work with than oth-
ers because they understand the
business.


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ironically it was one of his best
friends who gave him one of his
worse interviews.
"Terry Labonte is someone
I consider a good friend and


when we are together we laugh,
joke, and cut up," said Gold.
"We would fly together, share
rental cars, and got along real
well.
"But on the air he would
tighten up and I could never get
him to loosen up."
But the hardest thing Gold
,ever had to do was call The
Intimidator.
"I was working turns one
and two at Rockingham and
Dale Earnhardt and Benny
Parsons were battling side by
side for a good portion of the
race," recalled Gold. "I was sure
that Dale was bumping Benny
and called it as such. Then after
the race I crossed paths with
Benny and talked about Dale
roughing him up a little.
"Benny looked at me and
said that Dale never touched
him."
Gold, the consummate pro-
fessional, went through his vast
Rolodex and called Earnhardt
the very next day.
"I called and apologized
and told him what I had said on
the air," Gold recalled. "He did
scold me a little, but I will never
forget what he told me at that
time.
Earnhardt told me,"I don't
need your help in getting peo-
ple to dislike me any more
than they do already. People
listen to what you say, but I
appreciate you calling me
because that took a lot of
guts."
Gold noted from that point
forward he had a wonderful
relationship with the
Intimidator, except for a near
miss at Pocono.
Earnhardt was battling
with Tim Richmond when he
went tumbling down and
clipped the very tower Gold
was standing on.
"His right front fender,
which I have in my home,
nearly killed me," recalled
Gold. "After that, on the
parade lap, he would look up
to my perch and wave up to me
as if he was saying he would
stay out of the tower and I bet-
ter stay out of his race car."


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David Reutimann
Kevin Harvick
Jason Leffler
David Ragan
Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
Greg Biffle
Stephen Leicht
Marcos Ambrose
Matt Kenseth


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Ron Hornaday
Travis Kvapil
Todd Bodine
Johnny Benson
Rick Crawford
Ted Musgrave
Matt Crafton
Erik Darnell
Jack Sprague


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Frank Kimmel
Michael McDowell
Dexter Bean
Justin Allgaier
Justin Marks
Phillip McGilton
Patrick Sheltra
Justin South
Bryan Silas
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Milton Skate Park:
The Milton Skate Park
will be closed temporar-
ily for maintenance and
landscaping upkeep
through Nov. 19.
Cowpatty Bingo:
The Milton Softball
Booster Club will be
selling tickets until Oct.
31 for their Cowbatty
Bingo.
For more informa-
tion or to purchase tick-
ets call 982-9785.
Riding for Smiles:
The Santa Rosa
Counseling Center will
be sponsoring Riding
For Smiles on Oct. 27.
The purpose of this
ride is to help needy
children in Santa Rosa
County with dental care
and hygiene.
Registration will
begin at 8:30 a.m. in the
Home Depot parking lot
and the ride will get
underway around 10:30
a.m.
Registration for each
bike is $20, and the first
100 bikes registered
will receive a free pin.
For more informa-
tion or to register call
324-7755.
Tim Howard
Memorial Softball
Tourney: Teams are
being sought to play in
the Tim Howard
Memorial Softball
Tournament on Oct. 27.
This tournament is
open to church, co-ed,
and open teams as a
benefit for-Tim Howard,
who suddenly passed
last month and left
behind a wife and six
children.
The tournament will


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follow ASA rules and
have a three home run
limit.
For more informa-
tion call 777-0351.
Tennis mixer: Area
tennis fans are invited
to an afternoon of learn-
ing on Nov. 3 at the
Club in Gulf Breeze.
This free event
begins at 2 p.m. with a
mixer and chance to
play against your
friends and neighbors.
You do not have to be a
member of the Club to
participate.
A tennis injury treat-
ment and prevention
clinic by Dr. Kirby
Turnage will begin at
5:15 p.m.
For more informa-
tion or to register call
416-1600.
Pace Youth
Basketball League
sign-ups: Registration
for the Pace Youth
Basketball League are
underway.
Sign-ups on Nov. 5th
and 8th will be from 4
p.m. to 6 p.m. and on
Nov. 10th from 9 a.m.to
11 a.m. at the Pace High
Gym.
This league is open
to players in grades
three through eight with
separate leagues for
boys and girls.
Evaluation and draft
will be held on Nov.
17th from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Pace Gym
and all players must
attend their respective
time slots.
For more information
call 995-3676 or 995-
3610.
5K Running the


Trail for Eduation:
The Milton Rotary Club
will be holding 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 pres-
ent awards to first, sec-
ond, and third place.
Door prizes will
also be awarded, but
participants must be
present to win those.
For more informa-
tion and registration
fees please call 565-
7923 or e-mail ppol-
lard4078 @theups-
store.com
"Let's Talk
Turkey" Bowl-A-Thon
for Education: The
Santa Rosa Education
Foundation's fourth
annual "Let's Talk
Turkey" Bowl-A-Thon
for Education will be
held at Oops Alley on
Nov. 15.
This bowling
fundraiser will run
from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Money raised will
directly support Santa
Rosa Education
Foundation Teacher
Grants and Take Stock
in Children.
Minimum entry fees
are $300 for a six mem-
ber team and $400 for
an eight member team.
Prizes will be
awarded for raising the
most money, frame
bowl challenges and
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place.
Each member of the
last place team will take
home a frozen turkey!
Lane sponsors will
have their business
name and information
displayed on a lane ban-
ner.
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s i t e ,
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us
/sref to downlaod an
entry form or call 983-
5043 for more informa-
tion.
Hurricane Junior
Golf Tour: The
Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour will be holding a
tournament January 5-6
at the Moors in Milton.
This tournament is
for boys and girls
between the ages of 12-
18 and is a nationally
ranked junior golf
event.
The Hurricane
Junior Golf Tour is
offering free member-
ships and is designed to
conduct nationally
ranked tournaments on
courses throughout
Florida, Georgia, South
Carolina, and Alabama.
For more informa-
tion or to register for
the tournament visit
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Monday Mixed Winter
Oops Alley
Oct 15, 2007


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Grimes - 201
High Game Team: The
Dream Team - 834
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick - 770


High Series Women: 6-22.


High Game Men: Tom Smith
-268
High Game Women: Karen
Leath - 204
High Game Team: Three
Gents and Queen - 779
High Series Men: Tom Smith
- 622
High Series Women: Karen
Leath - 518
High Series Team: Three
Gents and Queen - 2242

Overall League Standings: 1.
It Doesn't Matter 19.5-4.5, 2.
Split Happens 19-5, 3. New
Recruits 15-9, 4. M and J's
14.5-9.5, 5. Super Friends 14-
10, 6. Mixed Up 13.5-10.5, 7.
Dave's Gang 12.5-11.5, 8.
Broken Balls 12.5-11.5, 9.
Three Gents and Queen 12-
12, 10. Three and One 12-12,
11. Fun Bunch 12-12, 12.
Dang's Crew 11-13, 13.
Incredibles 11-13, 14. Strike
Force 11-14, Strike Force II
11-13, 16. D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 10-
14, 17. Fantastic Four 10-14,
19. Pin Action 9.5-14.5, 19. 7-
17, 20. The Wabbly Balls 4-
20..

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
Oct 16, 2007

High Game Men: Ricky
Blackmon - 267
High Game Women: Jessica
Blackmon - 196
High Game Team: The Strike
Froce - 742
High Series Men: Ricky
Blackmon - 729
High Series Women: Pamela
Collier - 503
High Series Team: Just One
Drop-2 103

Overall League Standings: 1.
The Strike Force 18.5-9.5, 2.
Lucky Strikes 16.5-11.5, 3.
Optimists 16-12, 4. The Strike
Team 15.5-12.5, 5.
Unpredictables 15-13, 6. Just
One Drop 14-14, 7. The
Extremists 14-14, 8. F.O.G.
12-16, 9. Mattinators 11-17,
10. Under the Influence 7.5-
20.5.

Leagues Notes: Jessica
Blackmon received awards
for a 180-199 game and 75
pins over series; Ricky
Blackmond won awards for
140 pins over series, a 700-
799 series and bowling 75
pins over average; Jeff Floyd
won a USBC Award for 75
pins over average; Cassie
Gilley earned an award for a
1.60-1 79 game with her game
of 178; Raymond Henrikson
earned a USBC Award for a
180-199 game with a game
of 185; Jane Madden earned
two USBC Awards for a 300-
399 Series with a 332 and a
120-139 game with a game
of 127.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Oct. 17, 2007

High Scratch Game: Terrie
Hicks - 1 74
High Scratch Series: Brenda
Gilley - 446
High Scratch Team: Three
Peas in A Pod - 439
High Handicap Game: Terrie
Hicks - 228
High Handicapped Series:
Jane Orosz - 630
High Handicapped Team:
Almost and Shoulda Been -
1802

Overall League Standings: 1.
Three Peas in A Pod 17-11, 2.
Almost Shoulda Been 16-12,
3. Back Alley Cats 15-13, 4.
Three Stooges 14-14, 5.
Darlings of the Morning 13-
15, 6. Honey Bears 9-19.

Leagues Notes: Jane Madden
raised $600 for Bowl for the
Cure held at DeLuna Lanes.

Twilighters Winter Mixed
Avalon Bowling Center
Oct. 18, 2007

High Game Men: Dave
Harwick -277
High Game Women: Ruby


13.5-14.5, 11. Strike Force II
13-15, 12. Three and One 13-
15, 13. FLIn Bunch 13-15, 14.
Pin Action 12.5-15.5, 15.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 12-16, 16.
Incredibles 12-16, 17. Strike
Force 12-16, 18. Fantastic
Four 11-17, 19. Damn 10 Pin
10-18, 20. The Wabbly Balls


Jeanette Lowe - 510
High Series Team: Damn 10
Pin - 2381

Overall League Standings: 1.
The Last Team 23-5, 2. Damn
10 Pin 19-9, 3. Happy Four
17-11, 4. U_Bang_E 17-11, 5.
Trouble Again 17-11, 6. E-N-
V-Y 17-11, 7. We Wuz
Robbed 16-12, 8. The Striking
Four 15-13, 9. Incredibles 15-
13, 10. Family Matters 14-14,
11. Family Affair 14-14, 12.
The Big Quarters 14-14, 13.
Spit Fire 14-14, 14. Split
Happens 14-14, 15. We Try
Hard 13-15, 16. M and J's 14-
15, 17. The Dream Team 13-
15, 18. Cabbies 13-15, 19.
Strike Force 12-16, 20. Sliders
11-17, 21. Blue Jays 11-17,
22. Jane's Crews 11-17, 23.
Two and Two 9-19, 24. Yee
Haw 4-24.

Avalon Youth Bowlers
Oops Alley
Oct 20, 2007

High Game Girls 11 and
under: Charese Jordan - 89
High Game Boys 11 and
under: Noah Hawk- 108
High Game Girls 12 and up:
Garnet Torres - 90
High Game Boys 12 and up:
Stephen Harwick - 196
High Series Girls 11 and
under: Charese Jordan - 190
High Series Boys 11 and
under: Noah Hawk - 283
High Series Girls 12 and up:
Garnet Torres - 246
High Series Boys 12 and up:
Stephen Harwick - 542

Oops Youth League
Oops Alley
Oct. 20, 2007

Division 1 Boys High Game:
Ryan Vinson - 199
Division 1 Boys High Series:
Ryan Vinson - 548
Division 2 Boys High Game:
Stephen Henry - 184
Division 2 Boys High Series:
Stephen Henry - 474
Division 3 Boys High Game:
Tanner Newman - 164
Division 3 Boys High Series:
Tanner Newman - 449
Division 4 Boys High Game:
Wesley Heitman- 151
Division 4 Boys High Series:
Wesley Heitman - 391
Division 5 Boys High Game:
Miles Skelton - 145
Division 5 Boys High Series:
Miles Skelton - 361
Division 6 Boys High Game:
Andrew Blackmon - 92
Division 6 Boys High Series:
Trey Tomey - 234
Division 2 Girls High Game:
Stephanie Heitman - 171
Division 2 Girls High Series:
Stephanie Heitman - 455
Division 5 Girls High Game:
Aerial Viars - 69
Division 5 Girls High Series:
Aerial Viras - 196
Division 6 Girls High Game:
Joy Kitchell - 84
Division 6 Girls High Series:
Joy Kitchell - 204

Overall League Standings: 1.
Strike Force 19-9, 2. Strike
Force Kids 19-9, 3. Strike, Inc.
18-10, 4. Fantastic Four 12-16,
5. Patriots 8-20, 6. Pin Crushers
8-20.

Monday Mixed Winter
Oops Alley
Oct. 22, 2007

High Game Men: Mitch
Ryan- 279
High Game Women:
Shannon Green - 204
High Game Team: It Doesn't
Matter - 877
High Series Men: Patton
Valentour - 662
High Series Women:
Jeanette Lowe and Karen
Leath - 536
High Series Team: It Doesn't
Matter - 2297

Overall League Standings: 1.
It Doesn't Matter 22.5-5.5, 2.
Split Happens 22-6, 3. Super
Friends 17-11, 4. New
Recruits 17-11, 5. M and J's
16.5-11.5, 6. Three Gents and
Queen 15-13, 7. Mixed Up
14.5-13.5, 8. Dang's Crews
14-14, 9. Dave's Gang 13.5-
14.5, 10. The Broken Balls


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Sports



Milton completes sweep of Pace


By KEN BARNES
PG Sports Correspondent
Milton's Lady Panthers
enjoyed and embraced every
last second of their regular
season contest against county
rival Pace last Friday at the
Panthers' Den.
Fittingly on 'Senior
Night' it couldn't have
played out any better for
Milton.
The Lady Panthers (5-12,
2-8 in District 1-4A) rallied
in the second game to earn a
victory in what was a tightly
played contest.
Pace (4-17; 2-7 in
District 1-5A) took the first
game as both teams mirrored
one another throughout as
superb net play and sharp
ball handling characterized
the evenly matched schools.
"We knew we had to take
game two. It was crucial,"
said Milton Head Coach Lori
Erickson. "After all, this was
;Pace and Milton. We knew it
would be a battle."
Pace took game one 25-
23, but Milton scratched their
way taking game two 25-23
and game three 28-26, which
-set the stage for a dramatic
finale.
* Freshman Ashton
Baker's 'Jump start' serves
powered Milton while the


Lady Panthers got strong net
play from Hannah Brooks
and Kaitlyn Melendez.
In game three, Pace
found itself in a hole trailing
24-18, but rallied around the
serves of Tori Wheat to tight-
en the screws at 24-22.
Kristen Ramsdell's hard
spike made it a one-point
game at 24-23, but Milton
survived the threat and pulled
out the set to go up two to
one.
It was a typical Pace-
Milton outing as the numer-
als 'see-sawed' throughout
the game.
"Our passing was the key
for us tonight,' echoed senior
Katie Reeves. "We pulled
together tonight. We beat
them on their 'Senior Night'
and we knew they would try
and turn the tables on us."
Game four saw the Lady
Panthers jump out to an 18-
12 run, but the feisty Lady
Patriots wouldn't go down
without a tussle.
Pace pulled to within
two, 23-21, but that would be
as close as they would get as
Milton closed out the scoring
to the tune of 25-21.
"This is huge going into
the district tournament," said
Brooks. "I think we have a
shot at it."


Jillian Marcanio goes for the kill against Pace.
Photo by Tim Bettis


Baker finished the match
with eight kills, 11 digs, and
four aces, while Brooks con-
tributed nine kills and two digs.
Samantha Harrison
serves two aces while
Melendez chipped in with


seven kills.
Marcanio and Caleigh
Drinkard led the Lady
Panthers with 12 and 15
assists respectively, while
Drinkard finished the match
with four aces of her own.


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'A young group of Pace runners test the abilities during a cross country meet earlier this season at Sims Middle School, which is where
the Escarosa Cross County meet will be held at today.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

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* Continued From Page One
course for the Escarosa is where
most of our girls got their per-
sonal records for this year. This
race will give me a good last
look at who I will be able to
depend on for districts.
"I feel that we are progress-
ing at. a good pace where we
will peak at the district meet."
Jay's district meet will be


held on the OWCC Campus in
Niceville.
While Jay is very opti-
mistic, Pace is realistic about
how they stack up this season
against Gulf Breeze, which has
been the area front-runner for
most of the season.
"In order for my girls to win
they must have the race of the
year," said Pace coach Jim


Martin. "Gulf Breeze is very
strong this year."
On the boys side of the
ledger, Jay, Pace, and Milton are
doing what they can to be ready.
Pace is coming off an
eighth place finish at the
Wildcat Invitational and is look-
ing to improve on that mark.
"Many of our runners are
in their first year of running


and are just learning how to
really pace themselves," said
Pace head coach Scott Denny,
"Ryan Labombard has been a
pleasant surprise. He has
dripped his time from 21:06 to
18:02 so far.
"I am hoping with the cool-
er weather and morning races
he would run down into the
mid-17 range."


Land


Continued From Page One
"What impressed me is
that almost all of the coaches
are from the south," said
Land. "A couple of them were
born and raised over around
Brewton.
"They can kind of relate
to you and make you feel right
at home."
Some might feel that the
Milton senior made his deci-
sion as quickly as he has bro-
ken through some defenses
during his playing career, but
Land understands the big pic-
ture.
"Scholarship offers don't
come around that often," said
Land "And I was looking at
my mom paying four or five
years for college or me going
to college on a scholarship."
Land's mom, Sue Bruce,
fell in love with the Ames,


Iowa campus during their trip
there this past summer.
"Mom loved the campus,"
said Dustin. "But she felt very
comfortable and she could
relate to them as she got to
know Coach (Wayne) Bolt's
wife.
"Coach Bolt is the defen-
sive coordinator and his wife
kind of acts like the team
mom and they hit it off real
well during my visit."
But don't think for one
moment Land's decision has
silenced his cell phone or the
phone at home.
"A lot of schools will call
you," said Land. "And I am
not going to ignore them; I
will talk to them.
"I don't care if it is
Florida Atlantic or LSU."
During the recruiting
process Land has gotten sev-


eral phone calls from several
different people, but there
were only a couple of them
really floored the senior.
"I was pretty shocked
when I got a phone call from
Les Miles with Louisiana
State and when I talked to
Coach Mickey Andrews with
Florida State."
He might have been
impressed, but Land is look-
ing towards the Big 12 and the
West following his gradua-
tion.
And he is looking to see if
he can earn a spot at quarter-
back.
"They told me coming in I
would get a shot at quarter-
back." said Land. "But that if"
that didn't work out they
would look at moving me to
free safety on defense."
Land, who so far has not


been plagued by the injury
bug which has bitten him the
last two season, is not putting
up the biggest numbers in the
area', but he is doing his job in
running the offense.
"A quarterback in college
sometimes has a responsibili-
ty of passing and others have
the responsibility of running,"
said Land. "This year I am not
putting up the rushing num-
bers, but the depth we have at
the position isn't forcing me
to make those decision as I
have had to make in years
past.
"Last year I might have
carried the ball 20 times a
game. but this year I only
need to carry it 10.-"
So forgive him if Land
enjoys the rest of his senior
year, but many feel this young
man has earned it.


I


Pace's Haley Millsap won her third consecutive Region 1-2A title
on Tuesday at Rocky Bayou Golf Course in Niceville with a four-


under par 68.



Golf

Continued From Page One
Pace's team total of 310
was Panama City Mosley,
which shot a round of 300 as a
team.
Pace is now looking for-
ward to this weekend's trip to
North Lakeland as they pre-
pare for the Boys 2A State
Golf Tournament, which is a
36-hole affair.
"We are not just happy
about getting to go," said
Kirchharr. "We are glad to be
going, but we are gong there
to win.
"We have got a job to do
and it is going to be a tough
one when you look at the com-
petition we will be facing."
With Klava carding a 69
the rest of the team scores
were Jake Bradley (76), Ben
Ervin (76), and Patrick Susko
(89).
Pace's fifth golfer, Jay
Watson, disqualified himself
from the tournament after he
ran out of playable golf balls
when he reached the final hole
of the tournament.
"I am glad his year is not
ending on this note," said
Kirchharr. "That would be a
real downer."
Ironically Watson thought
he had enough golf balls
despite losing the ones he pur-
chased on Sunday before the
tournament.
"Jay told me he needed to
get some golf balls so we went
to the store and while at the
golf shop some of the guys
were testing some putters on a
little putting green and he
joined us after making his pur-
chase," said Kirchharr. "When
we got to the course he could-
n't find his golf balls and real-
ized he left them at the golf
shop."
Kirchharr joked he is tak-
ing a five gallon bucket of golf
balls so that doesn't happen
during the finals.


Volley

Continued From Page One
Erickson. "But tonight the
girls gave me the effort and
never let up during the match."
On Tuesday the road for
Milton came to an abrupt end
when they faced the number
one seeded Navarre Lady
Raiders who swept the match
in three straight games 25-14,
25-11, and 25-22.
In other district volleyball
action Pace fell to Ft. Walton
Beach in three straight games
on Monday in Ft. Walton.
The scores on Monday
were 25-7, 25-9, and 25-18 in
favor of the Lady Vikings.
"I thought my girls played
well and there were times in
the first and third games we
took the lead only to lose it
again due to our poor serve
receive," said Pace head coach
Jodi Goetz. "I was very proud
of everyone on the team
Monday: they showed a lot of
heart."
Pace finished the season
with only four wins, but Goetz


Press Gazette file photo


Bodenstein
For Milton their lone rep-
resentative, Fisher Bodenstein
carded a round of 85 as his
season came to a close.
"Fish didn't have that
great of a day," said Milton
head golf coach Murray
Rutledge. "But I am very
proud of him for getting there
and he had a real good year."
Rutledge is very excited
about the Panthers future for
the golf program led by
Bodenstein.
"We are excited about our
young kids coming back and
are looking forward to a
strong future," said Rutledge.
"This season with the districts
and regionals serves as a
measuring stick of where we
are now and where we need to
improve for next season.
In girls Region 1-2A play,
Pace's Haley Millsap won her
third consecutive title by card-
ing a 4-under par 68 at Rocky
Bayou Country Club in
Niceville.
As a team Pace finished
fourth overall behind Regional
Champions Niceville, who
was 26 shots better than Ft.
Walton Beach.
Millsap, who will play
golf next year at Ole Miss, has
finished sixth the last two
years at the Girls 2A State
Finals.
The boys and girls, 2A
State Finals will be contested
on Tuesday and Wednesday of
next week with a practice
round on Monday.


is not down by what happened.
"It was definitely a learn-
ing year for the girls and for
me as well," said Goetz. "The
district that we are in is really
competitive and tough, but I
have been really impressed
with my team this year.
"Being a first year coach
you can foresee lots of prob-
lems with building trust and
relationships with the girls, but
we didn't encounter any of
that."
For Jay on Monday the
news was just as disappointing
after entering the game against
Pensacola Christian Academy
very optimistic.
The Lady Royals lost in
four games by the scores of
25-22, 13-25, 25-17, and 27-
25.
For Central it was three
games and out in the District
1-A Tournament against
Laurel Hill on Tuesday.
Central fell by the
scores of 25-10, 25-15, and
25-15.


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rights of D.S., a male et al. TENANT #2, TENANT #3, and OF BEGINNING; THENCE DIVISION t-wit: File No. 57-2007-CP-303 THE SALE.
child, and D.S., a male Defendants TENANT #4 are the Defend CONTINUE ALONG THE CASE NO: 0700591CA DIV
child, both born in Santa ants, I will sell to the hi hest LAST COURSE NORTHERLY A LOT 14, BLOCK A, MELISSA IN RE: ESTATE OF If you are a person with a Disa-
Rosa County, Florida, on NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE and best bidder for cash at 95.0 FEET; THENCE EAST- OAK, ACCORDING TO THE Rebecca A. Kaeser bi ties who need any accommo-
October 18, 2006, by the SALE STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA ERLY 150.0 FEET PARALLEL RESIDENTIAL FUNDING COM- PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDEDDeceased, nation in order to participate in
Department of Children COUNTY COURTHOUSE at TO THE NORTH RIGHT OF PANY LLC IN PLAT BOO H PAGE 2, OF this proceeding you are entitled
and Family Services, for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- 11:00AM, on the 13 - -F , -- WAY LINE OF FLORIDA PLAINTIFF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NOTICE TO CREDITORS at no cost to you to the provi-
subsequent adoption, and suant to a Final Judgment of cember, 2007 the i:11: 1 . STATE ROAD 191A- VS SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- sions of certain assistant please
you are hereby common- Foreclosure dated October 12, described property a: ., THENCE SOUTHERLY 95.0 IDA The administration of the estate contact Susan Land at 6865
ded to band appear be- 2007, and entered in Case No in said Final Judgment: FEET ALONG THE WEST MARK C. POPE; STEPHANIE E. of Rebecca A. Kaeser de- Caroline Street Milton, FL
fore the Honoraue Marci 05h1122-CA, of the Circuit A RIGHT OF WAY OF 50 POPE; ANY AND ALL UN- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN ceased, whose date o-r death 32570, 850-983-1012 within
L. Goodman, Judge of the Court of the First Judicial Circuit COMMENCE AT A 4 FOOT WIDE ROAD KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS was April 21 2007 is pend- 2 working days of this receipt
Circuit Court in and for in and for Santa Rosa County INCHES SQUARE CON- THENCE WESTERLY 150.06 BY THROUGH UNDER, AND FROM THE SALE IF ANY, Ing in the Circuit Court for of this -document. If you are
Santa Rosa County, Flor- Florida , wherein WELLS CREATE MONUMENT FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- AGAINST THE HEREIN OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY Santa Rosa County, Florida hearing or Voice impaired call
ida, at the Santa Rosa FARGO BANK, N.A. AS TRUS- (UNMARKED) LOCATED AT GINNING. NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF Probate Division the address oR 1-800-955-8771.
County Courthouse, 6865 TEE FOR OPTION ONE MORT- THE SOUTHWEST CORNER ANTS)- WHO ARE NOT THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A which is 6405 Caroline
Caroline Street, Milton, FL GAGE LOAN TRUST 2005-1 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF Any person claiming an interest KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- Street, Milton, Florida Dated this 12 day of October,
32570, on the 15th day of ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 2 in the surplus trom the sale, i ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- TER THE SALE. 32570. The names and ad- 2007.
November, 2007, at 9:00 SERIES 2005.1 is a Plaintiff and SOUTH, RANGE 27 WEST any, other than the property KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM resses of the personal repre-
a.m. You must either ap- KYMBERLY JENNIVIE ROLLINS SANTA ROSA COUNTY owner as of the date ot the lis AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES If you are a person with a disa sentative and the personal Mary M Johnson
pear on the date at the IF LIVING AND IF DEAD, THE FLORIDA SAID MONU- pendens, must file a claim HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES biity who needs any accom- representative's attorney are set Clerk Of The Circuit Court
tme specified or send a UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, MENT BEING THE NORTH- within 60 days alter the sale OR OTHER CLAIMANTS DAN- modation in order to participate forth below. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
written response to the DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS- EAST CORNER OF EAST IEL TRUAX; JOHN DOE AND in this proceeding, you are enti- All creditors of the decedent By: Brandy Norris
Court prior to that time. SIGNEES LIENORS CREDI- BAY HEIGHTS SUBDIVI- Dated this 15 day of October, JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN tied, at no cost to you, to the and other persons having claims Deputy Clerk
TORS TRUSTEES AND ALL SION AS RECORDED IN 2007 TENANTS IN POSSESSION provision of certain assistance. or demands against decedent's
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING AN PLAT BOOK B PAGE 149 DEFENDANTS) Please contact the Clerk of the estate on whom a copy of this 102007
OR RESPOND SHALL BE INTEREST BY THROUGH, UN- OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS MARY M. JOHNSON Court's at 850-623-0135 notice is required to be served 102707
TREATED AF A CONSENT DER OR AGAINST KYMBERLY OF SAID COUNTY THENCE Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, FL must file their claims with this 10/1150
TO TERMIN " ON OF PA- JENNIVIE ROLLINS- UN- NORTH 00 DEGREES 25 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SALE 32570. If you are hearing or court.WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
RENTAL RIGH-T AND YOU KNOWN SPOUSE OF MINUTES 00 SECONDS By: Brandy Norris voice impaired, call MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF Legal 10/1151
SHALL * PERMANENTLY KYMBERLY JENNIVIE ROLLINS; EAST AND ALONG THE Deputy Clerk NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- 1-800-955-8771. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS UNKNOWN TENANT are the WEST LINE OF SAID suant to a Summary Final Judg- THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
AS A PARENT TO THE Defendants. I will sell to the SOUTHEAST 1/4 FOR THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID ment of Foreclosure dated Octo- DATED at Milton, Florida, on TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- highest and best bidder for cash 1141.75 FEET TO THE J. STERN P.A., ATTORNEY ber 12, 2007 entered in Civil October 12, 2007. A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
TION FOR TERMINATION at Santa Rosa County Court- POINT OF BEGINNING FOR PLAINTIFF Case No. 0700591CA DIV A THEM. COUNTY, FLORIDA
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. house, 801 Caroline St., Milton, THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 801 S University Drive Suite of the Circuit Court of the 1ST MARY M. JOHNSON All other creditors of the dece- CIVIL DIVISION
Fl at 13 on December 2007, 00 DEGREES 25 MINUTES 500 Judicial Circuit, in and for As Clerk Circuit Court dent and other persons having CASE NO.: 07000100CA
WITNESS my hand as the the following described prop- 00 SECONDS EAST FOR Plantation, FL 33324 SANTA ROSA County, MIL- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL claims or demands against
Clerk of said Court and erty as set Torth in said Final 130.65 FEET, THENCE (9541233-8000 TON, Florida, I will sell to the By:J. Watkins decedent's estate must file their CITIGROUP GLOBAL MARKETS
the seal thereof this 8 Judgment, to wit NORTH 89 DEGREES 83 07-85910(ASCF) highest and best bidder for cash As Deputy Clerk claims with i.. .-- WITHIN 3 REALTY CORP,
day of October, 2007. MINUTES 19 SECONDS at THE NORTH FRONT STEPS MONTHS .-F T i*-I: DATE OF Plaintiff,
COMMENCE AT THE NORTH- EAST FOR 85.94 FEET TO IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OF THE COURTHOUSE at the SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, P.A. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
CLERK OF COURT WEST CORNER OF SECTION THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- SANTA ROSA County Court- Attorneys for Plaintiff THIS NOTICE. CHRISTINE ANNE SKINNER, et
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, 33 TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, LINE OF BERGREN ROAD TIES ACT persons with disabili- house located at 6865 CARO- PO BOX 11438 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED al
FLORIDA RANGE 29 WEST, SANTA (50 FEET R/W) THENCE ties needing a special accom- LINE STREET in MILTON Flor- Fort Lauderdale, FL WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS Defendants
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA; SOUTH 21 DEGREES 32 modation should contact ida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 13 33339-1438 SET FORTH IN SECTION
By: Lisa Taylor THENCE GO SOUTH 89 DE- MINUTES 16 SECONDS COURT ADMINISTRATION, at day of December, 2007 the fol- Telephone: (954) 564-0071 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
Deputy Clerk GREES 58 MINUTES 20 SEC- EAST ALONG SAID WEST the SANTA ROSA County lowing described property as PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- SALE
ONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF RIGHT OF WAY LINE FOR Courthouse al , set forth in said Summary Final 102007 EVER BARRED.
101307 1707.91 FEET; THENCE GO 90.00 FEET, THENCE 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or Judgment, to-wil: 102707 NOTWITHSTANDING THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
102007 SOUTH 00 DEGREES 00 MIN- SOUTH 68 DEGREES 27 1-800-955-8770, via Florida 10/1146 TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ursuant to a Final Judament of
102707 UTES 30 SECONDS WEST A MINUTES 44 SECONDS Relay Service. ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED Foreclosure dated the 12 day of
110307 DISTANCE OF 1900.00 FEET; WEST FOR 129.29 FEET TO OF LAND SITUATE IN THE Legal 10/1147 TWO (2- YEARS OR MORE AF- October, 2007 and entered in
10/1113 THENCE GO SOUTH 89 DE- THE POINT OF BEGINN- 102007 COUNTY OF SANTA ROSA TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Case No. 07060100CA of the
GREES 58 MINUTES 20 SEC- ING. 102707 STATE OF FLORIDA, BEINd IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN OF DEATH IS BARRED. Circuit Court of the 1st Judicial
Legal 10/1118 ONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF 10/1143 LOT 15 BLOCK B OF AND FOR SANTA ROSA The date of first publication of Circuit in and for Santa Rosa
g310.00 FEET THENCE GO A/K/A 2211 BERGREN WHISPERING WOODS, A COUNTY FLORIDA this notice is October 20, County Florida wherein
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 00 MIN- ROAD, GULF BREEZE, FL SUBDIVISION ACCORDING CASE NO: 07-541-CA 2007. CITIGROUP GLOBAL MARKETS
UTES 30 SECONDS WEST A 32563 Legal 10/1144 TO THE PLAT THEREOF RE- REALTY CORP is the Plaintiff
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that DISTANCE OF 497.08 FEET CORDED IN PLAT BOOK E U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO- Attorney for Personal Represent- and CHRISTINE ANNE SKIN-
pursuant to a Writ of Execution FOR THE POINT OF BEGINN- Any person claiming an IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PAGE 96 OF THE SANTA CIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR THE ative: NER; ROY MARTIN SKINNER;
issued in the County Cout ING; THENCE GO NORTH 89 interest in the surplus THE FIRST ,JUDICIAL CIR- ROSA COUNTY RECORDS. CERTIFICATEHOLDERS LXS /s/ Paul R. Green UNKNOWN SPOUSE O
Santassue Rosa CountyFloridat on DEGREES 58 MINUTES 23 from the sale, if any, CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA 2006-4N Paul R. Green CHRISTINE ANNE SKINNER;
the 30th day of November, SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE other than the properly ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Any person claiming an interest Florida Bar No. 127448 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ROY
2006, in the cause wherein OF 114.42 FEET; THENCE GO owner as of the date of CIVIL ACTION in the surplus tram-the sale, it Plaintiff, Johnson, Green & Miller, MARTIN SKINNER; JOHN
Beneficial Florida Inc was SOUTH 00 DEGREES 00 MIN- the Lis Pendens must file a CASE NO. 2007-182-CA any, other than the property vs. P.A. DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
plaintiff and ,Stven M wUTES 30 SECONDS WEST A claim within sixty (60) DIVISION A owner as of the date of the lis 6850 Caroline Street KNOWN TENANT (S) IN POS-
Eastwd was defendant, be DISTANCE OF 207.43 FEET days after the sale. pendens must tile a claim THOMAS S. BRISCALL, II; JEN- Milton, Florida 32570 SESSION OF THE SUBJECT
ing Case No 2006-CC 1573, TO THE NORTHERLY DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL within 60 days alter the sale NIE L BRISCALL; UNKNOWN Telephone: (850) 623-3841 PROPERTY are defendants. I will
in said Court, I Wendell Hall As RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF LANE WITNESS MY HAND and the TRUST COMPANY AS TRUS TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TEN- sell to the hi chest and best bid-
Sheriff of Santa Rosa County ROAD (50' R/W; THENCE seal of this Court on October TEE FOR LONG BEACH MORT Dated this 12 day of October, ANT II ISPC, and any unknown Personal Representative: der for cas at the NORTH
S.1: h ave levied upon all the GO SOUTH 8 DEGREES 58 15, 2007. GAGE LOAN TRUST 2007. heirs, devisees, grantees, credi- /s/David W. Kaeser FRONT STEPS OF COURT-
S and interest o fthe de- MINUTES 23 SECONDS WEST 2005-WL1, MARY M. JOHNSON trs, and other unknown per- David W. Kaeser HOUSE at the Santa Rosa
tendant Steven M Eastwo ALONG THE AFORESAID Mary M. Johnson Plainff MARY M JOHNSON sons or unknown spouses claim- 4712 Constellation Drive County Courthouse, in Milton
in an e follow de NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY Cler of the Circui Court Clerk of the Circuit Court ina by, through and under any Gulf Breeze, Florida Florida, at 11:00 a.m on the
scri ed personal orogern LINE A DISTANCE OF 11442 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL vs. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL of' the above-named Defend 32561 14 day of November, 2007,
wscribedt p al property, FEET THENCE GO NORTH 00 By: Brandy Norris By: J. Watkins ants, the following described prop-
to-wit. DEGREES 00 MINUTES 30 Deputy Clerk MICHAEL D BUSH, et al, Deputy Clerk 102007 er as set Torth in said Final
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE Defendantss. TH OFFICES OF DAVID Defendants. 102707gment to wit
OF 207.43 FEET TO THE 102007 THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID 10/1149
ERT POINT OF BEGINNING. THE 102707 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE J. STERN P.A., ATTORNEY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE LOT 2 BLOCK 8, BAYVIEW
2000 JEEP ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL OF 10/1142 SALE FOR PLAINTIFF SALE HEIGI-TS, A SUBDIVISION
WRANGLER-GRAY LAND IS SITUATED IN SEC- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- 801 S. University Drive OF A PORTION OF SEC-
SPORT/TJ SPORT' TION 33, TOWNSHIP 2 suani to a Final Judgment of Suite 500 NOTICE is hereby given that Legal 10/1150 TION 2, TOWNSHIP 1
2 DR WAGON SPORT UTIL- NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST, Mortgage Foreclosure dated Plantation FL 33324 the undersigned Clerk of the NORTH, RANGE 28 WEST
ITY SANTA ROS COUNTY FLOR- Octo er 12 2007 and entered 19541233-8000 Circuit Court of Santa Rosa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY'
VIN: 1J4FA4958YP778062 IDA AND CONTAINS 0.54 Legal 10/1143 in Case No.2007-182-CA of 07-88491 (LIT) County, Florida, will on the 14 THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO
AC ES. the Circuit Court of the FIRST Ju- day of November, 2007, at IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT
I shall offer this properly for sale IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF dicial Circuit in and for SANTA IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 11:00 o'clock A.M. at the COUNTY, FLORIDA BOOK "A" PAGE 58, OF
on November 13, 2007 at the Any person claiming an interest THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ROSA County, Florida wherein AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- 6865 Caroline Street, Santa CIVIL DIVISION THE PUBLid RECORDS OF
east fron door of the Santa in the surplus from the sale, if IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TIES ACT persons with disabili- Rosa County Courthouse in Mil- CASE NO.: 07-762 CA SAID COUNTY
Rosa Criminal Justice Facility in any, other than the property COUNTY, FLORIDA TRUST COMPANY AS TRUS ties needing a special accom- on, Florida, , offer for sale and
Milton in the Countyof Santa owner as of the dae of the s GENERAL JURISDICTION TEE FOR LONG BEACH MORT- modation should contact sell at public outcry to the hi h- DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST COM- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
Rosa State of Floria, at the pendens must file a claim within DIVISION GAGE LOAN TRUST COURT ADMINISTRATION, at est and best bidder for cash, the PANY AMERICAS FORMERLY INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
hoof 1.00 P.M., or as soon 60 days after the saleCASE NO: 2007-561CA 2005-WL1, is the Plaintiff and the SANTA ROSA County following-described property sit- KNOWN AS BANKER'S TRUST FROM THE SALE IF ANY,
thereafter as possible. I willof-0 MICHAEL D. BUSH; BETHANY Courlhouse at NONE, uote in Santa Rosa county, Flor- COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE AND OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
fer for sale all the said MARY M. JOHNSON US BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI BUSH; ANY AND ALL UN- 1-8009558771 DD or ida: CUSTODIAN FOR IXIS OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
defendant' Steven M As Clerk o the CourtATION AS TRUSTEE KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING 1-800-955-8770, via Florida 2005-HE3 BY: SAXON MORT THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
,e.na.s;i,i ii- and interP CIRCUIT COURT SEAL PLAINTIFF BY THROUGH UNDER AND Relay Service. Lot 5, ESCAMBIA SHORES GAGE SERVICES INC. AS ITS CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTE
p io ii, I p c. I u rtnal By- J.Walkins VS AGAINST tHE HEREIN PATIO VILLAS, according ATTORNEY-IN-FACT, THE SALE
property, at public ion d As Deputy Clerk ELIZABETH FRETWELL A/K/A NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND 102007 to the map or plat thereof, Plaintiff,
will sell the same, s ub e to ELIZABETH CiGOODWIN; ANTS) WHO ARE NOT 102707 as recorded in Plat Book vs. If you are a person with a Disa-
taxes all prior liens encum Dated this 12 day of October, BROWNIE JOE FRETWELL' KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR 10/1145 D, Pae 14 of the Public TANIA A. MORENO, e al, bilties who need any accommo-
brances andj judgments whatso- 2007. ANY AND ALL UNKNOW ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN- Records of Santa Rosa Defendants. nation in order to participate in
ever if any, to the HIGHEST T PARTIES CLAIMING BY, KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM County, Florida. CEthis proceeding you are entitled
ANt BEST KIDDER FOR CASH IMPORTANT THROUGH, UNDER AND AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE at no cost to you to the provi-
IN HAND. The proceeds toe ib e AGAINST THE HEREIN HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES, Legal 10/1146 pursuant to the Final Judgment SAE sions of certain assistant please
applied as far as may be to the in accordance with the Amer- NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND OR OTHER CLAIMANTS- RE- entered in a case pending in contact Susan Land at 6865
payment of costs and the satis cons with.. Disabilities Act per- ANTIS WHO ARE NOT GIONS BANK SUCCESOK BY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT said Court, the style of which is NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Caroline Street Milton, FL
aon of the above described .., t a reasonable ac- KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR MERGER AMSOUTH BANK FOR SANTA ROSA indicated above pursuant to a Final Jud ment of 32570, 850-983-1012 within
execution .. ..... L. to participate in ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN- ALL PHASE GENERAL SER- COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL Foieclosure dated the 1 day of 2 working days of the receipt of
Ihis proceeding should, no later KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM VICES INC., are the Defend- DIVISION Any person or entity claiming October 2007 and entered in [his document. If you are Rear-
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE- Ian seven 7 days or, co AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES ants,I will sell to the highest CASE NO an interest in the surplus, if any, Case No. 07-762 CA of the in or Voice impaired call
QURING SPECIAL ACCOM- tact ihe Clerk of te hurt's dis- HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES and best bidder for cash 'at 572007CAO00693XXXXXX resulting from the foreclosure Circuit Court of the 1st Judicial 1-00-955-8771.
MODATIONS OR TO AR ability coordinator at OR OTHER CLAIMANT STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA sale, oher than the property Circuit in and for Santa Rosa
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP 850623 ST 35 6865 CARO JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE COUNTY COURTHOUSE at CITIBANK N.A. AS TRUSTEE owner as of the date of the Lis County, Florida, wherein DEUT- Dated this 15 day of October,
ERTY, PLEASE CONTACT JAN LINE ST BO Hin MILTON FL, AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN 11:00AM, on the 14 day of FOR THE HOLDERS OF BEAR Pendens, must file a claim on SCHE BANK TRUST COM- 2007.
ICE PLATT (850 983-1281 AT 32570. If hearing r POSSESSION November, 2007, the following STEARNS ALTA TRUST 2006-4 same with the Clerk of Court PANY AMERICAS FORMERLY
LEAST SEV N(7DAYS PRIOR contact TDD 80055871 via DEFENDANTS) described property as set forth MORTGAGE PASS THROUGH within 60 days after the foreco- KNOWN AS BANKER'S TRUST Mary M Johnson
TO THE SALE DATE Florida Relay System in said Final Judgment: CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-4, sure sale. COMPANY AS TRUSTEE AND Clerk OF The Circuit Court
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OC Plaintiff, CUSTODIAN FOR XIS CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
WENDELL HALL, As Sheriff Of 102007 NOTICE OF FORCLUR BLOCK E vs. WITNESS my hand and official 2005-HE3 BY: SAXON MORT By J. Watkins
Santa Rosa County, Florid 102707 EI LOT CREE 28 BEING seal of sodourt this 12 day GAGE SERVICES INC F/K/A De r
By./s/Larry roni 101sunt o a Summary Final PORTION OF SECTION 14, RANDY R. AIKEN, etal., of October, 2007. MERITECH MOTGAl2R
Deputy Sheriff ment of Foreclosure dated Octo TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH Defendants VICES INC. AS ITS 102007
ber 12, 2007 entered in Civil RANGE 26 WEST SANTA If you are a person with a ATTORNEY-IN-FACT is the 102707
101307 Case No. 2007-561CA of the ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE OF SALE disability who needs ac- Plaintiff and TANIA A. 10/1151
102007 Circuit Court of the 1ST Judicial ACCORDING T6 PLAT RE- PURSUANT TO CHAPTER commodation in order to MORENO; ROSE MORTGAGE,
102707 Legal 10/1142 Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA CORDED IN PLAT BOOK G 4 participate in this pro- INC A DISSOLVED CORPO-
110307 County, Milton Florida, I will PAGE 98 OF THE PUBLi - ceeding, you are entitled, RATION STONEBROOK VIL- Legal 10/1152
10/1118 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF sell to the highest and best bid RECORDS OF SAID NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- at no cost to you, for the LAGE HOMEOWNERS ASSO-
38 THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- der for cas at THE NORTH COUNTY suant to an Order or Summary provision of the certain CITATION INC RODRIGO A. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Legal 10/1138 - CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA FRONT STEPS at the SANTA Final Judgment of foreclosure assistance. Please contact MORENO ' UNKNOWN THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA ROSA County Courthouse o- A/K/A 2414 HERITAGE dated October 12 2007 and Court Administration at SPOUSE OF RODRIGO A. IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
PUBLICSALECIVIL ACTION ' catred at 6865 Caroline Street CIRCLE, NAVARRE, FL entered in Case No 6865 Caroline Street, Mil- MORENO UNKNOWN COUNTY, FLORIDA
emi Trailers with wheels and CASENO.07-732 CA in Milton, Florida, at 11:00 32566 572007CA000693XXXXXX of ton, Florida 32570 Tele- SPOUSE OF TANIA A GENERAL JURISDICTION
tires Owner- Jack Parmore DIVISION a.m. on he 13 day of Decern- the Circuit Court in and for phone (850) 623-3639 MORENO; JOHN DOE, JANE DIVISION
d/b/a Jack's Mobile Home hbe 2007 the allowing de- Any person claiming an Santa Rosa County, Florida. within 2 working days of DOE AS UNKNOWN TNANT CASE NO: 07-791 CA
Parts Trailers used for storage. BANK OF NEW YORK AS scribed property as set forth in interest in the surplus wherein CITIBANK N.A. AS your receipt of his dcu- (S) IN POSSESSION OF THE
Located at 5054 Hw 90 W, TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIF- saidSu ry Final Judgment from the sale, if any, TRUSTEE FOR THE HOLDERS ment. If you are hearing SUBJECT PROPERTY are defend- SFJV 2005, LLC
Milton Sale wl be held Man- CATEHOLDERS CWABS, to-wit: ' other than the proertyOFBEAR STEARNS ALTA or voice i aired, ca ants. I will sell to the highest PLAINTIFF
day, Oct. 29, 2007 at 9:00am INC. owner as of the dao of TRUST 2006-4 MORTGAGE 1-800-955-8771. and best bidder for cash at lie
on site. ASSETBACKED CERTIFI- A PORTION OF BLOCK J the Lis Pendens must file a PASS THROUGH CERTIFI- NORTH FRONT STEPS OF VS.
102007 ATES, SERIES 2006-11, OF FLORIDA TOWN AND claim within sixty (60) CATES, SERIES 20064 is Plain- Mar M. Johnson COURTHOUSE at the Santa
102007 Plaintiff, ADDITION A SUBDIVISION days after the sale. tiff and RANDY R. AIKEN; CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Rosa County Courthouse, in Mil- CHRISTOPHER R KILPATRICK-
102707 IN SECTION 23 TOWN- KATIE S AIKEN; MELISSA CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ton Florida at 11 00 a n on REBECCA WEEKLY KILPA,'
10/1138 vs. SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 29 WITNESS MY HAND and the OAKS HOMEOWNERS ASSO. By J Walkins the 29 'ay of November RICK, ANY AND ALL UN-
WEST AS RECORDED ON A seal of this Court on October CIATION, INC.; UNKNOWN Deputy Clerk 2007, the following described KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
MICHAEL MALLOY, et al, PLAT IN DEED BOOK A-15, 12, 2007. TENANT NO. 1; UNKNOWN property as set fori in said Fi- BY THROUGH UNDER, AND
Legal 10/1141 Defendantss. AT PAGE 389 IN THE PUB- TENANT NO 2- and ALL UN- ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF nal Judgment, to wit: AGAINST THE HEREIN
LIC RECORDS OF SANTA Mary M. Johnson KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING Frank Albert Reder NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Clerk of the Circuit Court INTERESTS BY THROUGH UN- Butler & Hosch, P.A. LOT 3, BLOCK E, STONE- ANTISI WHO ARE NOT
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SAE FORECLOSURE DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS CIRCUIT COURT SEAL DER OR AGAINST A NAMED 3185 S. Conway Rd, Ste , E BROOK VILLAGE, PHASE KNON TO BE DEAD OR
CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND COMMENCE AT THE INTER- By: Brandy Norris DEFENDANT TO THIS AC- Orlando Florida 32812 SANTA ROSA COUNTY, ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
FOR SANTA ROSA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- SECTION OF THE WEST Deputy Clerk TION OR HAVING OR CLAIM (407) 3f1-5200 STATE OF FLORIDA SEC2 KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
COUNTY suant to a Final Judgment of BOUNDARY OF SAID ING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TI- TION 31 TOWNSHIP 2 AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
CASE NO. 05-1122-CA Mortgage Foreclosure dated BLOCK J WITH THE NORTH 102007 TLEOR INTEREST IN THE PROP 102007 NORTH RANGE 29 WEST HEIRS DEVISEES, GANTEE
OctoBer 12, 2007 and entered RIGHT OF WAY OF FLOR- 102707 ERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED,, are 102707 AS RECORDED IN PLAf OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
WELLS FARGO BANK N.A AS in Case No 07-732 CA of the IDA STATE ROAD 191A 10/1144 Defendants I will sell to the 10/1147 BOOK E AT PAGE 35, OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY
TRUSTEE FOR OPTION ONE Circuit Court of The FIRST Judi- (DIAMOND STREET WID- highest and best bidder for cash THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST cial Circuit in and for SANTA ENED TO 80 FEET); THENCE at at the North Front Door of the SAID COUNTY. AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
2005-1 ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- ROSA County Florida .-.-*., EASTERLY 500.00 FEET Legal 10/1145 Santa Rosa County Courthouse, Legal 10/1149 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN POSSESSION
CATES, SERIES 20051, BANK OF NEW YO ' . ALONG THE NORTH RIGHT 6865 SW Caroline Street, Mil- ANY PERSON TuM AN PLUS DEFENDANTS)
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI- OF WAY OF FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ton, FL 32570 at Santa Rosa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT INTEREST IN THE ANSURPLUS
Plaintiff, CATEHOLDERS CWABS, INC. STATE ROAD 191A, THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. FOR SANTA ROSA FROM THE SALE IF ANY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
ASSETBACKED CERTIFICATES THENCE NORTHERLY 290.0 IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA CST on the 15 day of Novem- COUNTY, FLORIDA - OTHER THAN THE PROPERTOF E
vs. SERIES 2006-11, is the Plaintiff FEET, PARALLEL TO THE ber, 2007, the following e- OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF .


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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN puN
suont to a Summary Finol Judg CARLOS AYALA A/K/A CA
menl of Foreclosure dated Octo. LOS AYALA JR., et a,
ber 12, 2007 entered in Civil Defendant(s).
Case No 07-791 CA of the
Circuit Courl of the 1st Judicial NOTICE OF FORECLOSUI
Circuit n and for SANTA ROSA SALE
County, MILTON, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best bid. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN p
der for cash at THE NORTH suant to a Final Judgment
FRONT STEPS at the SANTA Mortgage Foreclosure datl
ROSA County Courthouse lo- October 12, 2007 and entenre
cated at 6865 CAROLINE in Case No. 2007-CA-0672
STREET in MILTON, Florida, at the Circuit Court of the FIRST J
11:00 a.m on the 13 day of dicial Circuit in and for SAN
December, 2007 the following ROSA County, Florida where
described property as set fortB U.S BANK, NATIONAL ASS'
in said Summary Final Judg CITATION, AS TRUSTEE FO
meant, o-wit: THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS C
COMMENCE AT THE ASSET BACKED SECURITIES
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CORPORATION HOME Er
SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 1 UITY LOAN TRUST, SERI
NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST OOMC 2006-HE5 is the Pla
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, T ff and CARLOS AYALA A/K/
FLORIDA; THENCE NORTH CARLOS AYALA JR; SHERRIT
89 DEGREES 59 MINUTES AYALA; OPTION ONE MOIR
WEST A DISTANCE OF GAGE CORPORATION, a
3606.40 FEET; THENCE the Defendants, I will sell to th
NORTH 00 DEGREES 16 highest and best bidder for ca
MINUTES WEST A DIS- at STEPS OF THE SANTA ROS
TANCE OF 44 FEET TO THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE
POINT OF BEGINNING; 11 OOAM, on the 14 day
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH November, 2007, the following
00 DEGREES 16 MINUTES described property as set for
WEST A DISTANCE OF 45 in said Final Judgment:
FEET TO A CUL-DE-SAC
HAVING A RADIUS OF SO LOT 1, BLOCK 60, SECOND
FEET; THENCE ALONG SAID ADDITION TO NAVARI
CUL-DE-SAC A DISTANCE SUBDIVISION A SUBDIV
OF 86.61 FEET* THENCE SION ACCORDING TO TH
NORTH 89 DEGREES 59 PLAT THEREOF AS R
MINUTES WEST A DIS- CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
TANCE OF 125.64 FEET; AT PAGE 31 OF THE PU
THENCE SOUTH 00 DE- LIC RECORDS OF SANT
AGREES 16 MINUTES EAST A ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
DISTANCE OF 103.00 FEET-
THENCE SOUTH 89 A/K/A 8337 FORTWOR1
DEGREES 59 MINUTES STREET, NAVARRE,
EAST A DISTANCE OF 175 32566
FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING. Any person claiming o
interest in the surplus
Any person limin an interest from the sale, if an
in the surplus trm the sle. i other than th proper
any. other than the arooerty owner as of the pade c
owner as o the date a e is the Lis Pendens must file
pndends must tile a claim claim within sixty (60
within 60 days otter the sale days after the sale.
Dated this 15 day of October, WITNESS MY HAND and Ih
2007. seal of this Court on Oclob
15, 2007.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court Mar M. Johnson
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Cler of the Circuit Court
By: Brandy Norris CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Deputy Clerk By: J. Watkins
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID Deputy Clerk
J. STERN P.A. ATTORNEY 102007
FOR PLAINTIFF 102707
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Plantation, FL 33324
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07.91832(ASCF) Legal 10/1154
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCU
TIES ACT, persona with IN AND FOR SANTA ROS
disabilities needing a special COUNTY FLORIDA
accommodation should contact CASE N6. 07-811 CA
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
Courthouse at I successor by merger to CHAS
1-800-955-8771 (TDD or MANHATTAN MORTGAC
1-800-955-8770, via Florida CORPORATION,
Relay Service.
102007 Plaintiff,
102707 vs.
10/1152 RANDALL MUSGROVE, et al.,
Defendant(s).
Legal 10/1153 NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TO: RANDALL MUSGROVE
THE FIRST, JUDICIAL CIR- alive, and/or dead his (the
CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA unknown heirs, devisees, leg
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA tees or grantees and all perso
CIVIL ACTION or parties claiming by, through
CASE NO. 2007-CA-0672 under or against him (lhem).
DIVISION A Addresses is unknown.
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an A
CIATION, 'AS TRUSTEE FOR lion for foreclosure, of a mo
THE CERT'IFICATEHOLDERS OF gae on the following proper
ASSET BACKED SECURITIES in ANTA ROSA County, Fir
CORPORATION HOME EQ- ida:
UITY LOAN TRUST, SERIES
OOMC 2006-HE5, SEE ATTACHED LEGAL DE
Plaintiff, SCRIPTION.


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EXHIBIT - "A" Renaissance Home Equity Loan file a claim you will not be enti- PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- decedent's estate musl file their
-'E " Certificaes Series I: ' BANK, ed to any remaining funds. At EVER BARRED claims with this court WITHIN 3 YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR
R- COMMENCE AT THE ,. A" NPamtiff and BER- I.. ter 60 days the owner of NOTWITHSTANDING THE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF NARD CALVIN SPIKER UN- vs. record as o the date of the kis TIME PERIOD SET FORTH THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA-
SECTION 6 TOWNSHIP 4 KNOWN TENANT NO. 1; pendens may claim the surplus ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED THIS NOTICE. TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST, UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2 PETER DOOHAN, et al., TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF- AND YOU SHALL PERMA-
R SANTA ROSA COUNTY and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES WITNESS my hand and the seal TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL
FL ORIDA; THENCE G CLAIMING INTERESTS By Defendants. of the court on October 15, OF DEATH IS BARRED. WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE
NOR TH 00 DEGREES THROUGH U C SSNDER 2007. The date of first publication of SET FORTH IN SECTION CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
S W LI WEST EALONGEE THE ORAGANtT A NAMED DE NOTICE OF ACTION this notice is October 20, 733. 702 OF THE FLORIDA TION FOR TERMINATION OF
of EAST LINE OF SAID SEC- PENDANT TO THISACTION MARY JOHNSON 2007. PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- PARENTAL RIGHTS.
ud TION 6 A DISTANCE OF OR HAVING OR CLAIMING TO Peter Doohan CLERK OF THE COURT EVER BARRED.
ed 48.33 FEET- THENCE GO TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE Crown Chose Apt. 924 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Attorney for Personal Represent- WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
of NORTH 67 DEGREES OR INTEREST IN THE PROP- 2941 E 94th Place By: J. Watkins olives: NOTWITHSTANDING THE of said Court and the Seal
Ju- 49'29" WEST A DISTANCE ERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, , are Tulsa OK 74137 Deputy Clerk /s/Jack Locklin, Jr. TIME PERIODS SET FORTH thereof, this 12 day of October,
TA OF 26.31 FEET TO A POINT Defendant I will sell to the (Last known address) Jack Locklin, Jr ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED 2007.
ein OF INTERSECTION WITH highest and best bidder for cash Attorney for Plaintiff: Florida Bar No. 243167 TWO () YEARS OR MORE AF-
R WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD Santa Rosa County Courthouse Crown Chase Apt. 924 Ppkin & Rosler P.A. 6460Justice Avenue OF DEATH IS BARRED. SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
OF NO. 164 (100' R/WI AND 6865 SW Caroline Street, Mi 2941 E. 94th Place 1701 West Hillsboro Boulevard Milton, Florida 32570 IDA
STHE WESTERLY RIGHT OF ton, FL 32570 a Sant Rosa TulsaOK 74137 Suite 302 Telephone: (850) 623-2500 The date of first publication of CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
- WAY LINE OF PINE LEVEL County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. (Last known address] Deerfield Beach FL 33442 this notice is October 27, By: Lisa Taylor
ES CHURCH ROAD (COUNTY CST on the 14 day of Novem- Telephone: (954) 360-9030 Personal Representatives: 2007. Deputy Clerk
in- MAINTENANCE CLAIM, ber 2007 the following de- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Facsimile: (954)420-5187 /s/Glenda Sue Gardner
/A R/W WIDTH VARIES), SAID scribed property as set forth in that an action to foreclose a Glenda Sue Gardner Attorney for Personal Represent- 102707
A. POINT ALSO BEING THE said Order or Final Judgment, Mortgage on the following real 102007 4326 Sablan Lane alive: 110307
RT POINT OF BEGINNING; to-wit: property in Santa Rosa County, 102707 Milton, Florida 32583 111007
re THENCE GO NORTH 87 DE- Flonida. 10/1160 Shiraz A. Hosein 111707
he GREES 49'29" WEST THE EAST 1/2 OF THE 102007 Anchors Smith Grimsley 10/1172
sh ALONG SAID NORTHERLY NORTHEAST QUARTER OF Lot 41, Block D, WOOD- Legal 10/1161 102707 Professional Limited Company
IA RIGHT OF WAY LINE A SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 2 LAWN HEIGHTS according IN I 10/1163 909 Mar Waft Drive Saute Legal10/1173
at DISTANCE OF 205.16 FEET; NORTH RANGE 28 WEST LY- to the plot thereoa re- INTHE CIRCUIT COURT _____ 1__01ega100141
of THENCE GO NORTH 00 DE- ING AND BEING IN SANTA corded min Plat Book H, FOR SANTA ROSA Legal 10/1167 Fort Walton Beach, Florida NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
in AGREES 06'00" WEST A DIS- ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA page 6 of the Public Rec- COUNTY, FLORIDA 32547
TANCE OF 939.79 FEET; LESS AND EXCEPT CONVEY- ors of Santa Rosa PROBATE DIVISION INVITATION TO BID Sealed 850) 863-4064 y CLERK
FileHENoFlorida.-2007-CP-302 I T NT BIDSealedProm8rL5r0)E06 OF CIRCUIT
THENCE GO NORTH 90 DE- ANCES RECORDED IN THE County, Florida. File No 57-2007-CP-302 Bids Will Be RTeceived From FL Bar #0492701
GREES 00'00" EAST A DIS- FOLLOWING OFFICIAL REC- Division Probate Pre-qualified Contractors By The06-730-CA
ID TANCE OF 205.00 FEET TO ORDS BOOKS AND PAGES: has been filed against you and Santa Rosa Count School Personal Representative:
RE THE AFORESAID WESTERLY (1) OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK you are required to serve a IN RE: ESTATE OF Board, At The Office Of The As- Notice is hereby given that the
'I- RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF 1426 PAGE 636; (2) OFFICIAL copy of your written defenses, if sistant Superintendent For Ad.- L Cole Swanson undersisnedr M gri M Johason
HE PINE LEVEL CHURCH RECORDS BOOK 465 PAGE any, within 30 days after the JAMES HARRY HINOTE, inistrative Seres, 6544ndent Fire- E. Medical Center Blvd.,un Cdersi he Cirycui ohnson
E- ROAD THENCE GO SOUTH 234 (3) OFFICIAL RECORDS first publication of this Notice of house Road Upsairs Confer- Ap1205L Santa Rosa Coun Florida will
C, 00 DEGREES 06'00" EAST BOOK 465 PAGE 243; (4) OF- Action, on RSSELL A. WHITE, Deceased. ence Room (Maintenance Build- Webster, TX 77598-4342 on Deember 1 2007 be-
SALONG SAID WESTERLY FICIAL REORDS BOK465, ESQ., Plaintiff's attorney whose ing)(850)983-5123 Milton teen the hours of 11:00 a.m.
A RIGHT OF WAY LINE A PAGE24; (5) OFFICIAL REC- address is 1401 East Broward NOTICE TO CREDITORS Florida Unil 2:15 PM, Local 102707 and 200 e athe nort door
DISTANCE OF 947.57 FEET ORDS BOOK 465 PAGE246; Boulevard Suite 300 Fort Laud- Time TUESDAY November 13 10307an Rosa County Court
TO THE POINTOFBEGINN- AND OFFICIAL RECORD erdale, Florida 333b1, on or The administration of the estate 2100, At W ch Time And 10/1169 of the Santa Rosa outn Flor-
TH ING. BOOK465 PAGE 249. before November 28 2007, of JAMES HARRY HINOTE' de- P| All 'id t Will|| Be Publicly---- ida offer for slei and sell at
FL and file the originP 4 with the ceased, whose date of dea c i l iIda offer for sale, and sell at
nd file te original with the S e at e Opened And Read Aloud, For Legol 10/1170 public outcry to the highest and
has been filed against you and ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN Clerk of this Court either before was September 10 2007 Fie e Cons rucion Of "NAARR Legal 10/1170 bc iddery t th a going de-
you are required to serve a INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS service on Plaintiff's attorney or Number 57-200CP-30 HIGH SCHOOLClassroom Ad NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE scribed real property situated in
an copy of your written defenses, if FROM THE SALE IF ANY, immediately thereafter, oalher- pending in the Circuit Court for dition, Cafeteria Expansion, Re- Sant Rosa County, F lorida:
s any, to it on SPEAR AND HOFF- OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY wise a default will be entered Santa Rosa County Florida stroomocker Faciliy" For The Pursuant to ch 713.585(6)
SMAN P.A., Attorneys, whose OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF against you for the relief de- Probate Division, the address o Schoo Board Of nta Rosa 8509 s Donna Caiazo a See Exhibit A
of address is 9700 South Dixie THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A manded in the Complaint, which is 6865 Caroline Street, County, Florida authorized' Title Specialist for All
af Highway, Suite 610, Miami CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- Milton, Florida 32570. The Any Beis Received After Closing Pro Tune Up will sell the follow Commence at the Northwest
) orda 3356 (305) TER THE SALE. DATED: Otober 15, 2007. naeprese oan the Be Returned Unopened ing to the highest bidder subject Corner of the Northeas Quarter
0670.2299, within' 30 days persona l representatives the All contractors for educational to any liens nel proceeds de- of the Southwest Quarter of Sec-
after the first publifctin If you are a person with a disa- MARY M JOHNSON personal representative's attar- facilities are hereby notified that posiaen w/clerk of couro per lion 19t Township 2 North,
of the notice and to ie the biit who needs any accom- Clerk ofthe Court ney are set forth below, to be eligible to bid on school 13.585; owner/lienholaers Range 8 WestSanta Rosa
he original with the Clerk of this modation in order to participate CIRCUIT COURT SEAL den cts they must e right to a hearing rior to sale Counl Florida, thence run
er Court either before service on in this proceeding, you are enti- By: Brandy orris All creditors of the decedent preuaified. Contact the Board ate er 71386) 8509 N89 '18"E long the North
SPEAR AND HOFFMAN, P.A., tied, a no cost to you, to the Deputy Clerk another persons the above address for infor- .s.; to post bond per 559.917 line of said Southwest Quarter a
attorneys or immediately there- provision of certain assistance. or demands against decedent's motion on pre-ualifyng f.s. owner may redeem vehicle distance of 1030.00 feet,
after; otherwise a defaulwill be Please contact the Clerk of the 102007 estate, on wom a copy of thi Documents May Be Secured for' cash sum of lien; all sales thence run SO�02'32"W a dis-
entered against you for the re- Court's al 850-623-0135 102707 notice has been served, must From STOA ARCHITECTS, 121 held w/reserv insec wk lance of 678.00 feet to the
lief demanded in the Complaint 6865 Caroline Street, Milton, FL 10/1158 file their claims with this court E. Government Street, Pensa- prior @ lfienor facility; cash only point of beinnin; thence con-
or Petition. 32570. If you are hearing orWITHIN AFTER THE DATE OF cola, Florida, 32502 Upon A anyone interested ph inue S0�0'232"W a distance
voiceITNESS hand and seal of 0-955 ired c Legal 10/1159 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Deposit Of $20000Pe Set. 850.477.0074 or 2922911 of 134.00 feet thence run
WITNESS my hand and seal of 1-800.955-8771. . Leg l RST1 0P/ 1 MAOT SF Deposit Will Be Refunded Pro- Sale dale fl-f2-07 @ 1pm
ths oEur onthis 16 day of OC DATED at Milto, Florida, on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TR THE TIME OF SERVICE OF vided That Plans And Specifica- 104 E. Nine Mile Rd., Pensoa- W a distance of 326.19 feet,
TOBER 2007. DATED at Milton, Florida, on THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUITO TE THE TIME OF SERV NOTICE OF lions Are Returned In Good Or- cola, FL 32534. thence run NO'07'48"E a dis-
October 15, 2007. IN AND FOR SANTA ROS A COPY O THIS NOTICE ON To The Architect Within 1969 Ford Vin#9P74Y181009 lance of 134.00 feet, thence
AY Nl HONb !5N, 20heCutMRO.SCOUNTY, FLORIDAa THEM Bi d7 Da After Bid Date lien amt. $7,089.19 for run N89�58'18"E a distance of
As Clerk the Court MARY JOHNON GENERAL JURISDICTION All other creditors of the dec And Further, provided That The labor/services and storage 325 14 feet to the Point of Be-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL AsCARk CircuitCourt G JURSDICTION t cred ot f the dece- C ontractor Submit A Bona Fide charges. Lienor: All Pro Tune ginning; Said property yin
By: Brandy Norris CIRCUI COURT SEAL CASE NO: 07000633CA aims or dead aaaids shall be submitted on the Up ~216 H . 90 W. Milon nshi2 dNorth, Range 2
Aas Deputy Clerk By: J. Watkins rme FL2570 ph850.983.230. Towns1 2 North, Range Co
),�As Deputy Clerk S BANK NATIONAL ASSO decedent's estatemust file their form supplied by the Architect. West, Santa Rosa Counly, Florat-
F 02007 Deputy Clerk U.S. BANK NATIONALASSO- . . s court WITHIN 3 Each bi must be accompanied 102707 ida.
S102707 SMITHCIATION AS TRUSTEE -. &', f-i - TER THE DATE OF by a Bid Bond in Ihe amount of 102707
A 10/1154 Alorneys for Plaintiff PA. INTIF . UBLICATION OF of the base bid asauaran- 117 pursuant to the terms of the
__ PO 8OX 11438 .t.-_, I--o tee that the successfulbidder Summary Final Judgment in Fa-
Fort Lauderdale, FL HEATHER H. CZAJKOWSKI ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED will enter into a written contract Legal 10/1171 vor of Plaintiff entered in a case
SC' Legal 10/1155 Telephone: (954) 564-0071 UNKNOWN SPOUSE Ol WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. with theOwner and furnish a pendi s Court, the style
HEATHER H. CZAJKOWSKI IF 100% "Performance Bond" and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF oic'h is
N TE0 ANY; ANY AND ALL UN- STAN G THE a 100% "Labor and Material THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT 102007 WN PARN C LING TMEWI THSTANDINEG TFOHE Payment Bond" satisfactory to CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA LASALLE BANK NATIONAL AS-
FOR SANTA ROSA 102707 BY THROUGH UNDER AND FI the Owner ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA SOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR
COUNTY FLORIDA. CIVIL 10/1155 AGAINST THE HEREIN ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILEDAF The Owner Reserves the Riaht JUVENILE DIVISION STRUCTUREb ASSET INVEST-
DIVISIO NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDED THE DECEDENT'S DATE Waiv Reect Any and- CASE NO. 06-DP-51 MEANT LOAN TRUST MORT-
Legal 10/1156 ANTS WHO ARE NOT OF DEATH IS BARREDin and eect Any and All GAGE PASS-THROUGH CER-
CASE NO. KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR OF DEATH IS BARREDBis. IN THE INTEREST OF: TIFICATES, SERIES 2003-BC8,
572007CA000802XXXXXX IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- The date of first publication of By John W Rogers, Superin-
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM this notice is: October 20tedent of Schools G.P. 07/ 1/2001 Paintiff,
WELLS FARGO BANK N.A CUT IN AND FOR SANTA AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES 2007M.P. 11/04/2002
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTED 2007. 102707 A.P. 07/26/2005 vs.
WELLS FARGO BANK MINNE CIVIL ACTION OR OTHER CLAIMANTS SAN- /sSteven C. Warrick 110307 M.P. 08/30/2007
if SOTA N.A., AS TRUSTEE CASE NO. 2007-621-CA TENDER LAKE StVE C. WARRICK 111007 VITO DELORTO- SUSAN
ir) F/K/NORWEST BANK MlIN DIVISION A HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIA Attorney for Personal Represent A MINOR CHILD CAVANAUGH DELORTO; JA-
NEOTA N.A., AS TRUSTEE TION INC. MORTGAGE active Leal 10/1168 TO: Brand Parker NET BOWMAN THE UN-
ns FOR THE REGISTERED HOLD- HSBC MORTGAGE SER- ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION Florida Bar No. 187089 KNOWN SPOUSE OF JANET
h, ERS OF RENAISSANCE HOME VICES INC, SYSTEMS, INC.; JOHN DOE FITZGERALD & BROOKS, P.A. INVITATION TO BIDSealed Address and whereabouts BOWMAN MICHAEL UT.
EQUITY LOAN ASSET-BACKED Plaintiff, 'AND JANE DOE AS UN 6839 Caroline Street Bids Will Be Received From unknown CAVANAUGH ATHE UN-
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-2, . KNOWN TENANTS IN POS- P.O Box 856 Prequalified Contractors ByoThe Mother of M.P., a male KNOWN SPOUSE OF Ml-
EENDlatnTS)O Milton, Florida 32570 Santa Rosa Coun School child BRIAN J. CAVANAUGH, TH
Svs. CHRISTINE M. NORRIS, DEFENDANTS) Telephone: (850) 623-3605 Board, At The Office The As UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
y l, NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE s/ Christopher Roy Hinoe distant Superintendent For Ad- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED BRIAN J. CAVANAUGH; MI-
rl y NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE /s/ Christoepher RoyI Hinote ministrative Services, 6544 Fire- that a Petition under oath has CHAEL WAYNE SIMMONS;
or- BERNARD CALVIN SPIKER, etAal Defendant(s). SALE CHRISTOPHER ROY HINOTE house Rod Upstairs Confer been filed in the above styled ANDANY AND ALL UN-
DefendantsNOTICE OF FORECLOSURE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Personal Re resentative ence Room Maintenance Build- Court for the termination of pa- KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
e NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- Post Office oi 935123 Milton rental rights of P., a male BY THROUGH UNDER AND
E- NOTICEOFSALE SAL suant to a summary Fi Judg Garibaldi, Oregon97118 Florida Until 200 PM, Local child born on the 30th day f AAINST THt THE EREIN
E O H AP N ISEREBY G ment of Foreclosure dated Octo- Time tUESDAY 'November 13 Augus, 2007, in Escabia NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTpur- ber 1202007 entered in Civil 02007W2 , At ichime And u 2007, in Escai NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFE
u nt to a Final Judgment of Case F o. 07000633CA of the 100 dt Bd, At Wich Time An County, Florida, by the Depart- ANTIS WHO ARE - NOT
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur Mat e Foreclosure dated Circuit Court of the STJudiPlace All Bids Will Be Publicly met of Children and Family KNO N TO BE DEADOR
suant to an Order or Summary OctoTer 12, 2007 and entered Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA pThe Constructi onOf "ULF tioSe , you are ereby com- KNOt HN PARTIES Y CLAIM
Final Jud meant of foreclosure in Case No. 2007-621-CA of County, MILTON, Florida , I wi Legal 10/1162 ETEM TRY nd to be areyp obe- ON NERST mAS OU
dated Ocober 12 2007, and the Circuit Court of the FIRST Ju- sell to the highest and b st bid- BREEZE ELEMENTARY maoded to be and appear be- AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
entered in Lase No. dicial Circuit in and for SANTA der for casa at THE NORTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SCHOOL KITCHEN CAFETE- fore the Honorable arc L. HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
572007CA000802XXXXXX of ROSA County, Florida wherein FRONT STEPS OF THE COURT FOR SANTA ROSA The School Board Of Santa Cor Goodman, Jund fo r Santa Rosa CHAMPION MORTGAGEIMANT
the Circuit Court in and for HSBC MORTGAGE SERVICES HOUSE at the SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA Rosa County Florida a Court d for Santa Rosa CHAMPION MORTGAGE
Santa Rosa County, Florida, INC is the Plaintiff and CHRIS- County Courthouse located at PROBATE DIVISION A Bids Received After Clo sing County, Florida, at the Navarre DIVISION OF KEY BANK,TUSA,
wherein Wells Fargo Bank, TINE M. NORRIS; RAYMOND 6816 CAROLINE STREET in FileNo. 57-2007-CP-306 Wil Be Returned Unopened. ,19CommuniayaCenter Socated at NATIONAL ASSOCIATIO
N.A., successor by merger to A.NORRIS;ANY ANDALLUN MILTON, Florida at 11:00 All contractors for educational 1917 Navarre FloridaSchool Road, SUCCon the KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSO
Wells Faro Bank Minnesota, KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING a.m. on the 14 day of Novem- IN RE: ESTATE OF facli ontractol reby tified that Navarre, Florida 32566, on the KEYBANK NATIONAL ASSO
NA, as rustee fka Norwes BY THROUGH UNDER AND br 2007 the faci li ties re herebynotified that 9th day of October, 2007, at CIATION SUCCESSOR TO THE
w ren WsTu fag Nr BYn, THROUGHN UNDERI; AND ber 2007 the following deo Cer l
Bank Minnesota, N.A., as Trus- AGAINST THE HEREIN scribed property as set forth in KATHLEEN AUGUSTA to be eligible to bid on school 9:00 a.m. You must either ap- INTERESTS OF CHAMPION
tee for the registered holders of NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- said Summary Final Judgment, WHITFIELD, projeulified. ntact mtheBoard pearonthedateand atthetime MORTGAGE SERVICES, INC.
K-QAN TS WHO ARE NOT to-wit: Dece as eda te ab addr o for n th specified or send a written re- TENANT #1, TENANT #2
KNOWN TO BE DEADOR tcat e above address for infor- soonse to the Court prior to that TENANT #3, 'and TENANT #2
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- LOT 133, CRESCENT NOTICE TO CREDITORS ocmon on spre-quali Sin d me r the names being ficitious to nc-
KNON PARTIES AY CLAIB M SHORES i PALOMA ASTCREET, From STOA ARCHITECTS, 121 YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR count for parties in possession,
- Oe e S AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES NAVARRE, FLORIDA. COM- The administration of the estate . Government Stree, ens- RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED Defendant
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES MENCING AT THE SOUTH- of KATHLEEN AUGUSTA cola, Florida, 32502 Upon A AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA-
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS WEST CORNER OF LOT W. WHITFIELD, deceased, whose DepositOF .00 Per Set TON OF PARENTAL RIGHTS and the docket number of which
MOReTGE S ELECTRON W., sCT t E S a1Pr TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS and the docket number of which
MORTGAGE ELECTRONI W., CRESCENT SHORES date of death was May 15 Deposit Will -fnded Pro- AND YOU SHALL PERMA- is 2006 CA 000730. IFDefend-
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS IN- ACCORDING TO THE PLA 2007; File Number vided That Plans And Specifica- NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL ant Janet Bowman exercises
CORPORATED, AS NOMINEE RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 57-2007-CP-306 pending in the lions Are Returned In God Or RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE her iaht of redemptiowman as exercise
FOR HSBC MORTGAGE SER- A PAGE 70 OF THE PUB- Circuit Curt fr Santa Rosa T The ArchitetWith RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE her right of redemon as set
VICES; are the Defendants, I LIC RECORS OF SANTA County Fotida, Probate Dvi- Seven (7 D After Bid Da CHte TIO N FOR TERMAMED IN ATION OF clerk will on the final dgmenl theu
ilsell to the highest and best ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA sion, the address of which is And, Furer, provided That The PARENTAL RIGHTS. divided 3/4 s interest ellinan n-
idder for cash at STEPS OF THENCE NORT 1661.6 6865 CAROLINE STREET, MIL- Conractor Submit A Bona Fide divided 3/4s interest said
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY FEET TO POINT OF BEGIN- TON, FL 32570. The names Bid property.
COURTHOUSE at 1 1:00AM NING THENCE CONTINUE and addresses of the personal Bids shall be submitted onthe WITNESS my hand the Clerk Any person tla mina an interest
on the 14 day of November' NORH 75 FEET; THENCE representative and the personal form supplied by the Architect thereof this 12 day of Octobera
.. 2007 the following described EAST 136 FEET THENCE representative's attorney are set Each bid must be accompanied thereof, this 12 day October, any other than the roer
Sproper ty as set forth in said Fi- SOUTH 75 FEEi THENCE fortbelow, by a Bid Bond in the amount of007ers o e da th
A IO nal Judgment: WEST 136 FEET TO POINT 5/oaF the be bidN a i e Camou E hen clens must e ot iwith
1ol Juent OF BEGINNING, BEING All creditors of the decedent thtof the base bid as u ran- CLERK OF COURT clrk ar the court witin
A PARCEL OF LAND IN LOT 133 BANDERA AN and other persons having claims that the sccesul ddr SANTA ROSA COU NTY FLOR- d a th e
Remodeling/Acditions SECTION 16, AND 9, UNRECOKDED SUWDIVI- or demands against decedent's will enter into a writtenucontract IDA an accordanc with the AMERI-
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH SION estate, on whom a copy of this with the Owner and furnish a CIRCUIT COURT SEAL CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT,
RANGE 28 WEST SANTA notice has been served, must a 100% "Labor anced Material dByLis Taylor peros needintog a ecial ac-
ome ROSA COUNTY LORIDA, Any person claiming an interest fie their claims with this court Payment Bond" satisfactory t puty Clerk commodation to ar ct
Improvements T BE DESCRIBED AS FOL- in th surplus tramthe sae i WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 the Owner. this proceeding should contact
LOWS: COMMENCE AT THE any. other than the property MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF The Owner Res the Ri A 102707 the undersigned not later than
25 years experience. SOUTHEAST CORNER OF er as o the date of the s THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF to Waive formaes in d- 110307 sevenays prior to he proceed-
Free Estimates. Licensed THE SOUTHWEST ONE endens, must tile a claim THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- and Reject An and All 111007 ing to ensure that reasonable
& Insured. Call anytime QUARTER OF THE SOUTH- w within 60 days after the sale. TER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF �is. accommodations are available.
anytime, or &WEST ONE QUARTER OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON By John W. Rogers, Superin 10/1171 WITNESSMy hand andthe offi-
SECTION 9 TOWNSHIP 4 Datedthis 15 day of October, THEM , tendent ofSchools cial seal of this Honorable Court
(8501346-3007 NORTH, RANGE 28 WEST 2007. this 19 day of October, 2007.
"No ob too small) SANTA ROSA COUNT All other creditors of the dece- 102707 Legal 10/1172
FLORIDA* THENCE NORTH MARY M. JOHNSON dent and other persons having 110307 eMARY M. JOHNSON
88 DEGREES 45 MINUTES Clerk of the Circuit Court claims or demands agait 111007 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Clerk of the Circuit Court
____________ASTADISTNCEOela 8e me ast. 111007 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Clerk of the Circuit Court
30 SECONDS WEST A DIS- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL decedent's estate must file their 10/1168THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
TANCE OF 50.00 FEET TO By: J. Watkins claims with this court WITHIN 3 CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA By Brandy Norris
THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY Deputy Clerk MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA Deputy Clerk
, ^ - -iT Y OF LINE OF HIGHWAY 87 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF JUVENILE DIVISION
(100.00 FEET RIGHT OF THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID THIS NOTICE. Legal 10/1169 CASE NO. 06-DP-51 MELISSA HOLLEY PAINTER
EAST BEING ALSO THE J. STERN P.A., ATTORNEY Florida Bar No. 0144177
POINT OF BEGINNING FOR PLAINTIFF ' ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILEDe IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE INTEREST OF: Clark, Partinaton, Hart, Larry,
THENCE NORTH 00 DE- 801 S. University Drive Suite WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. FOR SANTA ROSA Bond & StackTNouse
GREES 49 MINUTES 30 500 ' COUNTY FLORIDA G.P. 07/11/2001 Suite 800, 125 West Romana
Stewart's Tractor SECONDS EAST ALONG Plantation, FL 33324 NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROBATE DIVISION P 11 /04/2002 Street
SAID WEST RIGHT OF WAY (954)233-8000 TIME PERIOD SET FORTH FILE NO.06CP00147 A.P 07/26/2005 P.O. Box 13010
Works LINE A DISTANCE OF 07-91676(EMC) ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED t 0/ /2 7 Pensacola Florida
Tree & stump removal, 195.50 FEET- THENCE TWO OOV YEARS OR MORE AF- IN RE: ESTATE OF PAMELA K. M.P. 08/30/2007 32591-3010 Florida
debris removal & storm NORTH 88 DEGREES 45 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE SWANSON, DECEASED A MINOR CHILD (850) 434-9200
MINUTES 30 SECONDS AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- OF DEATH S BARRED. Attorneys for Plainiff
cleanup, bush hogging & WEST A DISTANCE OF TIES ACT, persons with NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO: Gabriel Wade
discing, land clearing, 295.50 FEET- THENCE disabilities needing a special The date of first publication of Address and whereabouts 102707
backhoe work SOUTH 00 DEGREES 49 accommodation should contact this notice is: October 20, The administration of the Estate unknown 110307
demolition & hauin MINUTES 30 SECONDS COURT ADMINISTRATION, at 2007 of Stephen Ball, deceased, 111
demolition & har c u n WEST A DISTANCE OF the SANTA ROSA Con' whose date of death was on or Father of M.P., a male
516-1801or 675-4291 295.50 FEET THENCE Courthouse at NON, /s/ StevenC. Warrick about April 282004 is pen child
Licensed & Insured SOUTH 88 DEGREES 45 1-800-955-8771 TDD) or Steven C. Warrick ing in the Circuit Lourt for
MINUTES 30 SECONDS 1-800-955-8770, va lorida Attorney for Personal Represent- Santa Rosa County Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Legal 10/1174
________EAST A DISTANCE SOF Relay Service, ave Proate Division, the bddass o that a Petilion under oath has IN TH CIRCUIT COURT OF
WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE 102007 Fitzerald & Brooks Florida 32572. The names and Court for the termination of pa- IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
^OF HIGHWAY 87; THENCE 102707 6389 Carolne Sreet addresses of he personal repr* rental rights of, M.P, m COUNTY FLORIDA
NoRTH 00 DEGREES 49 oFrcsu Mate onh FL 32570 sentative and the personal child born on the 301hadamoor GENERAL JURISDICTION
MINUTS ON30 SACOWND Telephone: 850-623-3606 reprenative's attorney are sei August A2007, bn hEscmbia CDAISION 0
RIGHT OF WAY LINE A Legal 10/1160 s/ Vivian Jane Whitfield ment of Children and Family
DISTANCE OF 100.00 FEET IVIAN JANE WHITFIELD All creditors of the decedent Services for subsequent adop- MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
Persona I RepresentatiJc and other persons having claims lion, andC you are eb cam- REGI S IT
STree/ W o NTHE POINT OF BEGINN- THE CIRCUDIC URT F 74 Hi ay89 or demands against cement's n to be d arbe GISTRATION SYSTEMS,



Stu p MTa a A / 10 HIGWY IN AND FOR SANTA nROSA A otice is required o be served Goodman, Judge of the Circui VS
w and Bobcat Joe, 8d N, MILTON, FL 32570 CASE NO.: 2007-803-CA7102007 muRst bin their r claims wTh Eothis3 Court in and for Santa Rosa MICHAEL L. TAYLOR A/A
Anypersonclaiming an BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING 10270 7cOu INTHEALRALTAE OF3 County, Florida, at the Narr. A MICHAEL TAYLOR, IF LIVING,
n . 1 FCommunity Canter ocaad at AND IF DEAD THE UN
Inc.Ainterest in the surplus LLC. a Delaware Limited Liabi# NO 1917 Noarre Schol Road, KNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
Clearin CDirt Work other than the pro er)- PlaintiffLea" 1/ 163 TEE THE DATE OF SERVICE OF 19th day of OcLober, 2007, at EES LIENORS CREDITORS
ris a se owner as of the dae of g A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON 9:00 am. You mus either ap- TRUSTEES AN ALL OTHE
Debrisremoval.apecia- the Lis Pendens must fileaeontdtn him PRCourN
5zin in evening and claim within sixty (60)v. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THEMopetoonthFdateadatthtimePRTIESC
weeWC oUNtY FIDA d a t r a sponse to the Court prior to that OR AGdINST MICHoEL L. TAY
Citizen Discount. Free Es WITNESS NY HAND and the PC , UNKNOWN GEORGE ELLERY Pr AT DIVISI cm at dand again/I lime LOR A/K/A MICHAEL TAYLOR;











Ool.),'-tg..' IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA LLC, a Delaware Limited Liabi[- which is 6865 Caroline Street I I


COUNTY FLORIDA it Company, Plaintiff, and Suite N Milton, Florida .
Offering racinsupplies CASE N. 070912CA01 LGEO ELERY POTtER III 32570.04;2. The names and .
all types of wedding, high and HOLLEY BY THE SEA IM- addresses of the personal repre- "
temperature pressure PROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, sentalives and the personal rep- '
washing.jpI i in INC,, are Defendants. resenlalives' attorney are set .... .
S weain'go.forth below.
"If we ain't got it.... I will sell to the highest bidder All creditors of the decedent
we'll get it." I for cash on the North Steps of and other persons having claims
the Santa Rosa County Court- or demands against decedent's
- house, 6865 SW Caroline estate on whom a copy of this -
Street Milton, FL 32570, at notice is required to be served
11a:0 a.m., on the 14 day of must file their claims with this
INovember, 2007, the following court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 ThaI's the litter ...i .i ..... . 1,.1, , , ..-' ' shopping list-pleuse,
TNMT MetalWe Deliver & Install described real property as se MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF e
S IN l WeD ie forth in said Final Summary THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF box. It's somnet .... -.._ .,,',_,. I. ' ,1'h. litters of kitties. If you'd
B building, Inc. Centipede Judgment, to wit: THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF - ,"I -, lit aers tcinsad'll
Building, Inc. T Hentipede Jdg o :SEO EOOAT RF3SERVICE F But a litter of ,n....-u... - .... ,. * 1,., ,..., more aboucatsnndou
R.V. & Boat covers, oar- St. Augustine LOT 5 BLOCK 58, TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OFN But .i litcerhf10-imreiis c
ages ortableeshes, Bermuda HOLLEY-Y-THE-SEA AC- THEM.PY OF THIS NOTICE ON thing else again. It's something that no care, just write to us at the address below
CARPORTSB eCORDING TO A RECPLAT All other creditors of the dece-
CARPORTS Bailed Pine Straw THEREOF, AS RECORDED dentand other persons hvin cat really needs. And the fact is, there are
rices in town155 OF THE PUBLIC REC- decedent's estae mst file their 'Ieaky ilin' a surplus cat aid -it
raized Steeltw Call as fimi, SeanTime ORDS OF SANTA ROSA claims with this court WITHIN 3 . .-.-
lvnized Steel ll us Save Money COUNTY, FLORIDA. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF literally ying for want of good
Many sizes/colors THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Tht... S.o'be- h t 'rtp l it.. ..n
Free delivery & setup. Hwy. 87 So Milton If you are a person claiming a THIS NOTICE. homes. So be sure to put kitty litter on 2(,sues.isn,,th .n,:A20
Dbl carport only $95 right to funds remaining alter ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
(8509832296 or 62 -8578 e sale, you must file a claim WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS GET THE A- "'WS ON CATS
Call: (50) 206-4008 ays with the clerk no later than 60 SET FORTH IN SECTION
Call: (50 206-4008 m^^^^s days after the sate. If you fail to 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA ______________________________________________________


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October 27, 2007


The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


.114 .. 104 .... . 21101 321 30 1
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Ml- hm Milton
CHAEL L TAYLOR A/K/A MI- AN ORDINANCE RELATING Free to a ood home. Milton
CHAEL TAYLOR, IF ANY TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY 2 - 7 month old mixed Sat. 10/27, 8am-noon
GREGORY L MOONEY; JOHN FLORIDA; AN ORDINANCE puppies. 626-1538 6347 Park Avenue, near
DOE AND JANE DOE AS UN- PROVIDING A DEFINITION After 5:00pm Winn Dixie. Furniture,
KNOWN TENANTS IN POS- OF HYPODERMIC SY- HHG's, nreat-condition
SESSION RINGE; REGULATING THE
DEFENDANTS) DISPOSAL AND RETAIL clothes. Fantastic prices!
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO- RINGS OR NEEDLES; PRO-
SURE SALE VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
PROVIDING A PENALTY; 2130
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- REPEALING AND REPLAC-
suant to an Order Granting the ING COUNTY ORDINANCE 3250
Motion to Reset Foreclosure 74-4; PROVIDING FOR W
Sale dated October 16, 2007 CODIFICATION; AND PRO- UE W Green & boiled pea-
entered in Civil Case No. VIDING AN EFFECTIVE nuts. Also; dry & roasted
05-657-CA of the Circuit Court DATE. peanuts Deer corn
of the 1ST Judicial Circuit in peanuts, Deer corn
and for SANTA ROSA County, These proposed Ordinances 3 horse round pins, $5.75/ba . Holland
Milton, Florida, I will sell to the may be inspected by the public 20x20 wood building, Farms (85c0675-6876
highest and best bidder for cash prior to the above scheduled 1976 1 ton Flatbed hay
at NORTH FRONT STEPS of the meeting at the Office of the t , 9 rdtu f
SANTA ROSA County Court- Clerk of Courts, BOCC Suppor truck 1978 Ford truck. I
house, 6816 Caroline Street, Services- Department, 6495 interested call Mike at
Milton, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. 850-758-6327
on the 21 day of November All interested parties should ___ 3300
2007 the following described take notice that if they decide to - 3300
property as set forth in said appeal any decision made by ' Bird Houses
Summary Final Judament, to-wit: the Board of County Commis-
COMMENCE AT A P.K. sioners with respect to any mat- ,-,'' Martin 10 Apartments
NAIL AT THE INTER- ter coming before said Board at / J . ,,. $40.00, Bluebird $7.00
ESETION OF THE CENTER said meeing, it is their individ- Swin 5' complete
LINES OF HIGHWAY 182 ual responsiBility to insure that a $10 .00, Cherry & Wa l
AND HIGHWAY 87 record of proceedings they are\ . .. : .. $1 0-.00, Cherry & Wal-
THENCE WESTERLY ALONd appealing exists and for such nut lumber $3-$3.50 a
THE CENTER LINE OF SAID purpose they will need to insure Marble plant
HIGHWAY 182 A DIS- that a verbatim record of the board f7o. Anribe pnt
TANCE OF 100.0 FEET, proceeding is made, which rec- "s $1n 50. 94 ust
FLECTION 89�50'37" RIGHT and the evidence upon whic
A DISTANCE OF 50.0 FEET their appeal is to be based. In- MERCHANDISE ,
TO THE POB, THENCE terested parties may appear at
CONTINUE ALONG THE the meeting and be heard with 3100 - Antiques
SAME COURSE A DIS- respect to these proposed ordi- 3110 - Appliances I 3310
TANCE OF 378.78 FEET; nances. 3120 - Arts & Craft 331ts
THENCE 89�50'37" I:LEF-
230.0 FEET THENCE 102707 3130 - Auctions Este Lbert
9009'23" LEFT 378.78 102707 3140 - Baby Items Estey Lierty
FEET THENCE 89�50'37" 10/1176 3150 - Building Supplies Organ w/bench
LEFT B230.0 FEET TIOHN 3160 - Business Automatic set-up, 2 key-
16, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, * Equipment boards, programming.
RAGE 2UN8Y FST, DAR , 3170 - Collectibles $1500obo. Call after
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. 1 10-3180 - Computers 6pm. 678-8941
Any person claiming an interest 3190 - Electronics
in the surplus rom he sle. i Publisher's 3200- Firewood
any. other than the o roertg y Notice 3220- Furniture
owner as o e ta Freedom Communica- 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
pendens must i a laam
within 60 dys after the sale. tions, Inc. dba Santa 3240 - Guns 3340
Dated this 17 of Octob Rosa's Press Gazette and 3250 - Good Things to Eat Browing 270 A-Bolt
200ted this 17 day of October, the Santa Rosa Free 3260 - Health & Fitness Medallion with 5.5
Press) reserves the right 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing 22x56 Nightforce scope.
MARY M. JOHNSON to censor, reclassify, re- 3280 - Machinery/ $1250.00
Clerk uf theuCircuitCourt vise, edit or reject any Equipment Summit Viper Treestand.
CIRCUITCOURT SEAL Equipment Summit Viper Treestand.
By: Angela K Dunn advertisement not meet- 3290 - Medical Equipment $15000
Deputy Clerk ing its standards of ac- 3300 - Miscellaneous Motoraola XTN Series
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ceptance. Submission of 3310 - Musical Instruments Radio $100.00
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI advertisement does not 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ 623-9692 after 5:00PM
TIES ACT, persons with constitute an agreement Supplies or on weekends.
disabilities needing a special to publish said adver- 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
accommodation shouldRATIOntact tisement. Publication of 3340 - Sporting Goods
the SANTA ROSA Coun' an advertisement does 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
Courthouse at NON , not constitute an agree- ,0k- .1
1-800-955-87710, DDI ori meant for continued publi-
1-800-955-8770, va Floridao a
Relay Service. cation.
102707 1". a f I 3170 W
110307
10/1174 John Dickenson
Legal 10/1175 [' 1120 --] U
Legal0/1175 Transportation EMPLOYMENT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Non-Emergency 100 - H
AND FOR SANTA ROSA on emergency
COUNTY, FLORIDA Meca 3220 4110 - Restaurlp Wanteds/Clubs
CASE NO.: 4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
2005-000574-CA Transportation King Size Mattress with 4120 - Sales
Need transportation to box spring. In excellent 4130 - Employment
JEAN PULLUM as Co-Trusteesof Medical appts., etc? Ex- condion. Asking $200. information
the E.H. PULLUM TRUST, perienced, caring driv- 623-3295
8494 Navarre Parkway ers, no watn. We as-
Navarre, FL 32566 sist, no wheelchair lifts. Lane Bedroom set, R., * S
Plaintiff, By appointment only. In 5-piece plus mattress &
business 12 yrs. Office spring o 00.00
hours Mon-Fr. 623-999 or 384-6627 Centipede / Sod
UNKNOWN heirs devisees 8:00am-5:00pm. Fall and Winter prices f
grantees, assignees, ienors 623-3456 Red Metal framed bunk Fall and Winter prices for
creditors, trustees or other claim- bed set, excellent contractors on Sale Now!
ants claiming by, through, un- condition.Comes with
der or aTainst James 1oberts, TOit BRA rn L
who is known to be dead, KIM- mattresses. $150.00 850 '6 3
BERLY ROBERTS; AMANDA 623-4812
ROBERTS; SARA ROBERTS; 1160
JAMES WHITE; ALBERT ROB-
ERTS; DELLIE ROBERTS; and Lost medium sized
MADALINE ROBERTS; cream color Terrier, %, ,ai�
Defendants. female with long hair. uI. S J ? e? .
10/17/07 in t eBarran- A V J
NOTICE OF SALE cas area, near Groovin .. '
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that 776-6686 Reward. PLANT NOW
the undersigned, Mar M John- oovins.P
son Clerkofktie Circuit Court
of ganta Rosa Count'y Florida
will on the 2 dayDe Fall Clearance
ber, 2007,at 11:00 a.m. dur-
ing the legal hours oa sale at the 1 170 * SA A
North front door of the Santa S
Rosa County Courthouse in Mil- Found older red
on, Florida offer for sale and Labador Retreiver with
est andbest! bidder for cash the several collars on him. a
following described properly, in Found in the Nichols Reduced 500/o or ore
Santa Rosa County, Florida, Creek Rd area. Very . u
to-wit: ' skiddish. Please call
PARCEL 61: The West one-half 626-0605 Mon-Sat 8-5 623-8109 ;
of the Southeast one-quarter of
the Northwest one-quarter of he Male Boston Terrier, 3851 Avalon Blvd. Milton
Southeast one-.uarter of Section found in the
3, TownshipI North Range 27
West, Santa Rosa ount Flor- Berryhill/Luther Fowler
ida, LESS the Nort 25.0o fee area, 10/16/07 F OM C A R O M
thereof e994-1590 A M C A R 0 M
Prsutio the Final Judgment ------. . A N N 0 A B 0 V E
at Foreclosure entered in the' - *, A R I
ab oe styled cause. '" - - I c' N R A RI fl


Dated this the 19 day of Octo-
ber, 2007.
MARY M. JOHNSON CLERK
OF CIRCUIT COURT OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
102707
110307
10/1175

Legal 10/1176


The reading and dopdtion of
the following proposed Ordi-
nance by the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County is scheduled for 9:30
a.m., ovember 8, 2007, in
the Commissioners meeting
room at the Administrative Com-
ex 6495 Caroline Stree, Mil-
fon, Florida.


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



30 Acres in Holt on
paved road with city
water. Exc. for horse
ranch. 850-240-5287


4100 6100 1
Bayou Cafe For lease, brand new
Now hiring experienced office warehouse
cook waitstaff, and dish- building 3500-7000sf off
washer. 994-7_111 393 in SRB. 267-3965
Drivers:


Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
raininq.
1-866-280-5309
Home Health
Companion needed for
elder y woman part-time.
324-8692
Route Driver
The Crestview
News
Bulletin
is looking for a 2 route
drivers with dependa-
ble transportation, and
good driving record.
Applicant must be able
to provide proof of
insurance, able to work
up to 7 hours, and
must be able to lift 50
lbs. This is a Great Re-
tiree Job. if interested
please apply at 295
W James Lee Blvd,
Creslview.
Simply Shelia's is now
hiring Full or part-time
hair dressers for a very
busy salon. Apply in per-
son at 5438 Dogwood
Dr. in Dogwood Plaza.
Wanted energetic out-
going person to train in
realestate related activi-
ties. Send resume to PO
Box 422, Milton, FL
32570.


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




NEW T0AV


Boat Business
1x invest of $75K net
$5-10 K 1st mo.
941-716-2514







REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/TFownhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals


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Milton
1 Bedroom furnished
apartment with central
heat & air. No ets.
$425 per month or
weekly rate plus deposit
626-3800

Milton
1/BR furnished 1/BR un-
furnished no pets. Has
laundryroom, in ground
swimming pool, in walk-
ing distance to stores,
restuarants, etc. $475
plus deposit. Bring ad
$100 off. EmeraTd
Sands 712-9968

Milton
2/1 Clean, quiet,
washer/dryer hookups.
$490/mth $475/dep.
626-6638

Milton
2BD/ BA 800+sqf
$625/$625. Pets al-
lowed with pet deposit.
Must have good rental
history. Avalon Blvd
area. Plenty of space
with bay view. .
(850) 554-8138


ACROSS
1. Impressed sound
4. Melville skipper
8. Month in printemps
11. Solid
13. Boorish
14. Campus bldg.
15. Grapes of Wrath
figure
16. Actress Lavin
17. Frisk about
18. Pickled
20. Unfluctuating
22. TV's Adams
23. Toward the bottom
24. Ditch
27. Back down on a
promise
30. The __ Scott
Decision
31. Rings of light
33. Fall shade
35. Slippery as an __
36. Detroit gp.
37. Brayer on the farm
38. Aert van der
40. Johnny of a Shelley
Fabares hit
42. Make ready, for short
43. Artist Gilbert
45. Bowie and
Ben-Gurion


APAC, Inc. Hiring qualified applicants
for the following positions:

* Finish Equipment Operator - Motor

Grader, Dozer, Excavator
* Skilled Laborer-Shop must have
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* Skilled Laborer-Asphalt Crew -
must have at least 1 year actual
Asphalt experience
* Experience Mechanic
* Experience Dump Truck Driver
* Skilled laborer - Grade Crew - Must
have 1 year road construction
experience

Applications accepted, M-F 7am-5pm
4375 McCoy Dr., Pensacola, FL.






Recycle Today


47. Perignon's title
48. Chomped
49. Stank to high heaven
52. Used a hot plate
55. North Pole products
56. Prize for Gorbachev
in 1990
58. Wax-coated cheese
60. Skin bump
61. Articles
62. Fred Flintstone's pet
63. Tram cargo
64. PDQ, in a memo
65. Barely make do

DOWN
1. Personal pronoun
2. Acorns of the future
3. Legal order
4. Barren
5. Attila's kind
6. Sums
7. The Fab Four
8. Humor
9. You're in the __
Now
10. Playful child
12. Transferred, as
property
13. Hold tightly
14. Bureau part
19. Conquered


21. Long, long period
24. What Clint talked to
in Paint Your Wagon
25. Sublease
26. Frequent
27. Toiled in the trireme
28. Basketball position
29. Road curves
30. Scout pack
32. Drop behind
34. Small amt.
39. Most impolite
40. Asian nation
41. Stereotypes
42. Pockmarked
44. Fine and dandy,
in space
46. By way of
49. Leonine sound
50. Jane
(Bronte novel)
51. Units for Seurat
52. Rope fiber
53. __ on the Warpath
54. Like a dungeon
55. _-by-four
57. Actress Benaderet
59. Izzy's prohibition-
agent partner


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*3/1 Home 8959
Gristmill Way, E. Mil-
Milton ton $875*


Efficiency All utilities
paid. No dogs. Walking
distance to stores,
restuarants, etc. Loun-
dryroom, in ground swim-
min pool. Bring ad
$1 Ooff. Emerald Sands
712-9968


Milton
Several unfurnished no
dogs. I pay the water.
Laundry room, pool,
walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
$550-$650 mth plus
dep. Bring ad $100 off.
Emerald Sands
712-9968




The All New!
Jay
Apartments
FULLY RENOVATED
ONE. TWO. AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS
NOW AVAILABLE
W.A.C.
850-983-6995-


*2/2 Home 7867
South Airport Rd., E.
Milton $825*
*4/2 Mobile Home
4722 Thoroughbred
Rd. $795*
*2/1 Home 4641 Geri
St., Milton $800*
*3/2 Home 5528
Wesley Dr., Milton
$850
*3/2 Mobile Home
6537 Stanley Cir.
$750*
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
er month. Call
94-5703
Milton
3BR/2BA, 1 car gar-
age near Whitin8. $850
month. 232-970
Milton
6416 Misty Lake Dr.
3BR/2BA-Al electric se-
cluded in town location.
NO PETS. References
and lease re-
quired.$800+$600 Sec.
Dep. After 4pm call
85 -593-6015
Weekends only call
850-718-6644


Milton Pea Ride Area 3/2 garden tub, skylight,
Plantation Woods Subdi- 3/2 16'0 sf. $850/mth many extras. East Gate
vision, New home, $850/security Mobile Home Ranch.
1350sf. 3/BR 2/BA Don CumbieRealty 626-8973
$775/mth Security De- Call: Barbara 377-6787
posit $650. 582-7222 3bed/2bath
Doublewide $650/mth
MitnPae-$650/deposit
Milton/Pace Don Cumbie Realty
3/BR 2/BA, double-car | 6150 377-6787
garage. New tile & car-
pet. Military clause hon- East Milton
ored. $950/mth N"u 2/1 Mobile Home
$800/deposit. Call $W 450/mth
850-501-8273 $450/security
______________ Navarre- Lg 3br 2ba Don Cumbie Realty
WF house to share. Cou- Call:Barbara 377-6787
l pies or singles welcome
NEW TODAY 750mo. 8 0-516-5696 For Rent
Fema Mobile Home
Pace 3/2. East Gate Mobile
Navarre, Robledal Es- Home Ranch 626-8973
states, 7056 Logo Mirada 3BR/1 VsBA to share a
2 living areas, 3 br, 2 home. All house privi- Milton
a,0m2 ca 2000sf. lees utilities included. /BR 2/BAon private,
SOma sma rent 50/monthwith Dlot. Total electric. No pets
free. 217-1853 or $100/depsit. lo625/mth $300/dep.
939-4060 Small do ok. Call 5049 Ridoeway p.
995-1 12 or 463-4103 Ba Cresteay
Pace 994-7918
4BD/2BA behind Milton
Pea Ridge Elementry. r Quiet Clean Park
925 per mont. 6160 Rent includes water, gar-
850-232-9700 bage and lawn service.
_______________ East Milton No Pets.
In-law apartment, 2BR/1 BA for $400/mth,
Pace 1BR/1BA privacy enter- also 2/2 for $475/mth
3578 Acy Lowery Rd. once. Microwave, Call 255-7772
Spacious brick home with satellite, laundry _
a large, enclosed pool. priveledges. $400/mth.
3.5 acres. 5br/4.5 Large bedroom for rent in Milton
baths; 3,614 SF. $2,250 main house. House RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
per month. Call priveledges, kitchen laun- $250/mth water & gar-
478-4607 Eric Gleaton dry, livingroom. bage included.
Really, Inc. $375/mth 291-1047 623-8753


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tric, no pets. $525/mth
$300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


Pea Ridqe Area
2/BR Y/BA Mobile
home in park. Water &
garbae furnished.
$450 ,mth $200/dep.
Total electric, no pets.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


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Visa, MasterCard and Discover Accepted


6170
MOBILE HOMES for
rent call for pricing and
availability
850-983-1091 or
850-368-7506
Pace - Santa Villa
For rent or lease
option. 3br/2both dou-
blewide.
$700/mth
500/deposit.
982-2127
Pace
2/1 both. Total electric,
Pollard Paul. Water &
iarbaae furnished.
435 mth $200/dep.
No pets. Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
2/2 5116 Ridgeway
Blvd. Private lot, total
electric, no pets.
$525/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
3/2 Doublewide private
lot. 4832 Guernsey Rd.
Total electric, no pets.
$750/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
Fenced, corner lot,
2/bedroom 2/bath. To-
tal Electric, washer &
dryer hook-up, garbage
included. No pets.
$500/deposit
$600/rent. Call after
5:00 p.m. 626-6464


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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



1994 Chevy Caprice
Classic runs great very
nice. $2500.00 Call:
463-4786
1998 Cavilier 4/DR
4-speed automatic, elect.
windows, radio, cool
A/C, low mileage,
non-smoker, equipped to
tow with motor home,
qreat gas mileage. Call:
623-5145

Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048


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NEW TODAY
Chevrolet Tahoe '06
Low Miles
Fully loaded Tahoe with
Leather seats , Sunroof ,
DVD player, heated seats
Bose stereo system , XM
radio , Tinted windows .
Sellin price 30,000.00,
Call 50-902-1 740


- 8130

1992 Ford Ranger
5-seed, dependable,
$900 obo. 626-7073




Wanted to Buy
disabled street bikes, dirt
bikes, 4-wheelers, all
others considered, we
pay upcash and will
pickup. 850-517-7731




7.5 HP Merc. outboard;
electric start, long shaft
for sailboat or req. boat.
$650.512-5445



8320
Hunters Special
2003 Yamaha - 4-cycle
as, lift, tires, new paint
3550.00 w/tax
B& B Small Engine
Repair & Sales
623-5575


ro8330
2005 Coachman RV
Camper trailer. Rollout
livingroom, sleeps 8,
queen size bed in front
room and bunk beds in
back room and 2 more
that makes beds, shower
& tub. Canopy on front.
Asking $15,000. Has all
the extras. 981-8135




36' Monaco
Knight
2001 Diesah, 2 slide
outs, paired w/2004
Jeep Cherokee Limited
Ltd. w/aux. braking for
safest travel. $90K. Must
sell, make offer.
8560-939-2218


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
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For sale; brand new
7000sf office warehouse
building off 393 in SRB.
267-3965
Milton
Office Space for rent,
excellent location. Utili-
ties included starting at
$350/mth. 255-4004


[-I- 71S5 O ]
Commercial Property
for Sale
2.1 acres Zoned M2
property located on John-
son Rd. in Milton, Flor-
ida. Chain link fence,
water, sewer & holding
ond. $150,000. Joe
Brown 850-554-3507
Jay
Approx. 25 wooded
acres on Route 4, near
Jay. Contact John Byrd
850-450-5174.



2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home $485/mth Dep.
and ref.850-537-6222
850-499-7412
East Milton
2.88 acres with a creek
on Parker Rd. High and
Dry, Mobile home needs
TLC $75,000 Call John
Jordan 850-420-0133
Navarre Beach Realty
Joy
1993 Fleetwood Mobile
Home 24 x 48 3/BR
2/BA with 1.9 acres. All
appliances are included.
Asing $55 000.
850-686-9781
Jay
1999 Doublewide on
acre of land. 3BR/2BA,
garden tub & walk-in
closet in master suite, cus-
tom blinds, kitchen appli-
ances included, 2
porches, 1 large deck,
24 x 22 garage with
door. 850-675-1131 af-
ter 5:00p.m.


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Louisiana ~
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in Historic Faubourg
Marigny District. Minutes
from French Quarter. 2
story Craftsman cottage
with architectural fea-
tures, off street parking,
balcony view of the Mar-
giny and Downtown
New Orleans. 9.5' ceil-
ings, warm hard wood
floors, rear deck.
No water
damage due to
Katrina
Ask for Greg (504)
460-5408










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