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Saturday
/ November 17. 2007


Deputies find



$250K of meth

�7 Suspected cooker is still at large

and faces minimum of 20 years in jail


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.comn
Santa Rosa County
Deputies are looking for a
Milton man after a metham-
phetamine lab and one-quarter
of a million dollars of meth
was discovered at his resi-
dence on Tom Sawyer Road.
Shawn Shannon Caudell,
36, is being sought for traf-
ficking in methamphetamine
(200 grams or more), which
carries a minimum mandatory
sentence of 20 years in prison.
On Tuesday, Sheriff's


Deputies went to the Caudell
residence
after
receiving
informa-
tion that ; A.
meth was .
being pro- i *
duced at
the loca-
tion.
After
obtaining
a search Caudell
warrant,
See METH Page 2A


Work continues on the new Pace Fire House, which is scheduled
to be in full operation during the early part of 2008.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


New hothouse


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.com
If all goes as planned, the
new Pace Firehouse is sched-
uled to be in full operation by
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officials reported this week.
The 16,000-square-foot
facility will serve as headquar-
ters for the Pace Volunteer Fire
Department, as well as the
Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office
Pace substation.
"There will be plenty of
room to grow here," said Pace
Fire Chief Donnie Wadkins.
"We're ready for it to open."
Wadkins said the facility
will feature several amenities
that are currently .lacking in
the current firehouse head-
quarters that is old and outdat-
ed. The Pace Volunteer Fire
Department was established in
1959.
"We've been spending
more money keeping up the
old firehouse than it's worth,"
Wadkins said. "It's just too
small and is falling apart."
As well as being a hurri-
cane-resistant structure with
doors that withstand 150-mile-
per-hour winds, the new facil-
ity will have three full drive-
See HOUSE Page 7A


With increased growth comes the major issue of traffic, which the Santa Rosa County Commissioners are looking to address later mis
month when they are expected to approve the area road plan. This traffic snarl was on Highway 90 near the Winn-Dixie Shopping
Center.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay



Moving at a snail's 'Pace'


� Commissioners to approve road plans later this month


By JOSHUA WILKS
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If you think traffic in Pace
is getting worse, don't worry.
Help is on the way. But it
won't happen over night, offi-
cials say.
As a result of concerns
brought up during the Pace
Area Plan public workshops
last year, Santa Rosa County
transportation planners have
created a list of transportation
improvement projects needed.
Santa Rosa County
Transportation Planner Nancy
Model presented to a Pace
Area Plan workgroup this
week a list of transportation
projects planned for the Pace
area; There is no prioritization
for the projects, Model said,
because each project will most
likely have different funding
sources based on project eligi-


ability and funding availability.
"We won't have any time-
frames until next 'ear," Model
said. "This is just kind of a
starting'point."
The prioritization of proj-
ects will be dependent upon a
decision made by the Board of
County Commissioners at a
Capital Improvements
Element (CIE) workshop on
Nov. 29. At that meeting the
commissioners will address
impact fees and how the
money will affect transporta-
tion projects throughout the
county.
Pace resident Katie
Berrian travels on the area's
roadways daily. She believes
commuters heading to
Pensacola cause the majority
of traffic congestion in Pace.
Berrian said that she
notices drivers bypassing the


U.S. 90 westbound corridor
between Chumuckla Highway
and Woodbine Road by taking
Guernsey Road, a road that
connects the two busy road-
ways,
"It really depends on the
time of day, but I think the
worst of it is in the morning
time," Berrian said. "There's
so many people, and the area
is growing so much that some-
thing needs to be done to
make it safer."
Berrian would like to see a
turn lane at U.S. 90 westbound
turning right onto Chumuckla
Highway. She said now peo-
ple use an unpaved right-of-
way as a turn lane.
"Having extended turn
lanes will improve the situa-
tion," Model said. "Traffic
flows better and it's safer (hav-
ing extended lanes)."


After the commission
approves the transportation
project list it .wilLten.a.-be
reviewed by the State of
Florida, Department of
Community Affairs.
Therefore, the earliest the plan
could be approved would be
late April or early May.
Transportation projects
planned for Pace area include
the following:
* Avalon Boulevard
widening: Four-laning from
north of the CSX Railroad to
U.S. 90 is scheduled for 2012.
The widening and four-laning
from I-10 to CSX Railroad is
not yet scheduled.
* Escambia - Santa
Rosa bypass or beltway fea-
sibility study: The study is in
the beginning stages, and will
be conducted by the Florida
See TRAFFIC Page 7A


[ V +!Setting the 'Pace'


New businesses, like Target and Chili's are just a couple of the
new ones to spring up in the Pace/Pea Ridge Area.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


for growth
By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.com
If growth is evidence of
life, the Pace area is alive and
well.
Lloyd Hinote certainly
agrees.
"There was a slowdown
in business growth because of
the hurricanes," said Hinote,
executive director of the Pace
Area Chamber of Commerce.
"But the storms didn't stop it."
Although there was more
prot% th in residential develop-
ment than in businesses after
the hurricane seasons of 2004


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and 2005, the growth seems to
be back in pattern, according
to Hinote.
Ten to 12 years ago, there
were between 12,000 to
14,000 residents in Pace. In
the latest FEMA statistics,
Hinote said, it's now around
50,000. The Pace area is the
most populated area in Santa
Rosa County.
"Most of the population
moves here for the stellar edu-
cational system," Hinote said.
"There's a lot of military too."
With the recent openings
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By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.comrn
Perhaps, Bishop Cecil
Downing said it best when he
declared recently that we
need not go to other countries
to witness the need to feed the
hungry, when the problem
persists in our own back yard.
These words were part of
the prayer said at the ground
breaking of a brand new
warehouse for the Bay Area
Food Bank, Thursday, in the
Santa Rosa Industrial Park.
Since 2002 the food bank
has been leasing a building in
Pace to help meet the needs
of the Panhandle, but as
Branch manager, Marcus
Ditty points out, it is not suf-
ficient.
"The current facility is
not large enough and has lim-
ited refrigerator and freezer
capacity," says Ditty.
With no back up genera-
tor, "it is in no way disaster
ready," he says. "Since our
mission is to provide disaster


relief, and domestic hunger
relief, it's not compatible."
In addition to being larg-
er, the new building will fea-
ture back up power. This
means in the case of a hurri-
cane the office will be up and
operational, distributing food
within 24 hours of a storm .
The new facility will also
act as a storm shelter for its
staff and will be able to with-
stand a Category 3 hurricane,
just so people will be on hand
to immediately begin distrib-
uting food.
The Food Bank has pur-
chased two acres of land in
the Santa Rosa Industrial
Park and now faces the chal-
lenge of raising the 1 million
dollars needed to construct
the facility.
Ditty is only partially jok-
ing when he jests, "if some-
one wants to write us a 1 mil-
lion dollar check we'll love
them forever," but the money
to build the new warehouse
must come from the same


revenue currently running the
organization, namely, dona-
tions from individuals, corpo-
rations, or grants.
Ditty says he hopes con-
struction will be completed
by Spring of 2008, and no
later than the start of next
year's hurricane season on
June 1.
The Bay Area Food Bank
was organized in 1981 and
serves people from the
Louisiana state line, through
eight counties in Mississippi,
nine counties in Alabama,
and seven in Florida- a
20,000 square foot service
area and 10 million pounds of
food across three states.
It collects, warehouses,
and redistributes food to
Manna Food Pantry in
Pensacola, 120 churches, and
large non-profit organizations
such as the Red Cross and the
Salvation Army.
"If they're feeding peo-
ple," Ditty says, "we're proba-
bly associated with them, or a


Representatives of The Ba) Area Food Bank, America's Second Harrest, and Commissioner Bob
Cole shovel dirt as they break ground on a new, larger facility in the Santa Rosa Industrial Park to
meet the needs of the Panhandle's hungry, on Thursday.
Press Gazettte photo by Ryan Arvay


partner."
Vicki Escarra is President
and CEO of America's Second
Harvest-The Nations Food
Bank Network, an organiza-


tion made up of 205 individual
food banks of which the Bay
Area Food bank is just one.
Escarra says ten percent of
Americans live at or below the


poverty line. She explains,
"one in ten live in a food inse-
cure situation, that means they
are not sure where their next
meal is coming from."


Meth


Continued From Page One
the Santa Rosa Narcotics Unit
conducted a search of the prop-
erty, which yielded close to
2,500 grams of liquid meth,
seven firearms, and $3,000 in
cash.
When authorities conduct-
ed their search, the meth was in
the process of being converted
into a powder.
According to Sgt. Scott
Haines, all of the tell tale signs
of a meth lab were present
including camping fuel, ammo-
nium nitrate fertilizer, salt,
peeled lithium batteries, lye,
anhydrous ammonia, ephedrine
tablets, and numerous impro-
vised homemade devices used
to assist in the process.


Other charges pending
against Caudell include posses-
sion of listed chemicals to man-
ufacture meth, possession of
felony narcotic equipment, pos-
session of drug paraphernalia,
and possession of a controlled
substance without a prescrip-
tion.
The lab was dismantled
and disposed of by a hazardous
materials collection team after
samples were taken and pho-
tographed for evidence.
If you have any informa-
tion as to Caudell's where-
abouts please contact Santa
Rosa Crime Stoppers at 437-
STOP or contact the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's
Office.


Animal hospital to help schools


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
With budget cuts for
education and other pro-
grams looming on the hori-
zon, an area business is
offering its customers a
chance to do something to
help out education.
The Milton Animal
Hospital on Avalon
Boulevard is giving its cus-
tomers a chance to con-
tribute part of the money
they spend on pet care to the
school of their choice.
"To help out the area
schools we will be donating
$5 of every $100 spent on
services at our facility to the
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various local high school
programs," said Steve Sisk,
who manages the hospital
with Dr. Sandra Sisk. "We
want to help the schools and
this is one way we can do
that successfully, while peo-
ple also help maintain their
pets' health."
Those services involved
in the donation are annual
exams, dental cleaning,
spays, neuters, boarding or
other services over $100.
Milton Animal Hospital
also holds the distinction of
being an American Animal
Hospital Association recog-
nized facility.
"To be certified as a ani-


mal hospital you have to
meet a certain criteria," said
Sisk. "But to get AAHA cer-
tified you have to go so far
and above what is expected
of you, it is something very
difficult to get.
"We are proud .of this
recognition and have
accomplished this with
some of the state-of-the-art
equipment in Santa Rosa
County."
Some of the equipment
utilized at Milton Animal
Hospital is laser technology,
which involves an invisible
beam of high-energy light
that replaces a scalpel in
surgery:" .""


By using this laser it
helps speed up the surgery
itself and also reduces
swelling and pain.
The idea behind this
program is to help the com-
munity schools in the wake
of budget cuts.
"We are wanting to be
good neighbors in the com-
munity," said Sisk. "I have
been talking to the princi-
pals at the various schools
and they are very excited
about this program.
. "I am working it out
with each individual school
on how they want the dona-
tions from this program
made."


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Obituaries


Morris, Dennis
John
1944-2007

Pastor Dennis John
Morris, age 63, of Milton,
VL passed into the presence
bf his blessed Lord and
Saviour, Jesus Christ, on
,Wednesday, November 14,
:2007 after a courageous 14-
year battle with cancer.
Pastor Morris was born
in Neenah, WI on July 27,
0944 to Jack Eugene Morris
and Jessica Brokaw Morris.
le graduated from
.ussellville High School,
Russellville, AL in 1962 and
from Bob Jones University,
Greenville, SC in 1968. He
served in the U.S. Navy
erom 1968-1972 and was
honorably discharged with
the rank of Aviation
Electronics Technician
second Class. He was saved
In March 1963 under the
preaching of Dr. Bob
Lemmon at the Faxon
Avenue Baptist Church,
Memphis, TN and was
called to preach while serv-
ing in the Navy in the
Azores Islands. In August of
1974 he was called to pastor
Trinity Baptist Church,
Milton, FL where he served
faithfully for 33 years.
Pastor Morris was pre-
ceded in death by his
father-Jack Morris and his
father-in-law- Allen
Pegors.
He is survived by his
wife of over 39 years--Judy
A. Morris, who has been the
love of his life, his faithful
companion, and dearest
friend. Throughout his
entire ministry she has been
his most faithful supporter
and steadfast helpmeet, for
whom he thanks God.
He is also survived by
his mother-Jessica Morris
of Springville, AL; three
brothers-Jack (Dianne) of
Belmont, NC, Norman
(Sallye) of Germantown,
TN, David (Virginia) of
Durban, South Africa; three
sisters-Theo (Stan) Coots,
Tuscaloosa, AL, Becky
'(John) Johnson, Banner Elk,
NC, and Jessica (Phil)
McCullough, Springville,
AL; and his mother-in-
law-Doretta Pegors,
Truman, MN; as well as
-nany nieces, nephews and
scores of spiritual children.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the
Missions Program at Trinity
Baptist Church, 5301
Highway 90, Milton, FL
32571.
k Visitation was 5:30 p.m.,
Friday, November 16, 2007
4t Trinity Baptist Church in
Milton, FL. Services will be
10:00 a.m., Saturday,
November 17, 2007 at
Trinity Baptist Church.
burial will be at Serenity
Gardens, 6208 Stewart
Street, Milton, FL.
Trahan Family Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.
Pallbearers will be Steve
Athearn, Keith Bryan, Jack
Lewis, Terrell Herrin, Jerry
Smothers, and Bob Stearly.
Honorary pallbearers will be
Bill Ingraham, Ray Jones,
Robert Keane, Arnold
Moeller, Jesse D. Price, Jr.
and Jesse D. Price, III.
, A special thank you to
Dr. Jack Fabian and Dr.


Philip Renfroe for their
many years of care; also to
Dr. Thomas Tan, Liz, Julie,
Trish and Tammy.

McGinty, Shirley

Shirley McGinty, age 59,
passed away Saturday,
November 10, 2007.
Shirley was born and
raised in San Angelo, Texas.
In 1969 she married her hus-
band, Robert McGinty,
whom she traveled the coun-
try with as a military wife.
Shirley is survived by
her husband-Robert
McGinty; daughter-Teri
Allen; 2 grandchildren-
Raylyn Allen and Spencer
Allen; sister-Debra
Goodlow of Tulsa, OK, and
a brother-William Jones of
Carlsbad, TX; and many
nieces and nephews. She is
greatly missed by all who
loved her.
A visitation was held for
Shirley at 10:30 a.m. until
the funeral service at 12
noon, Thursday, November
15, 2007 at Pensacola
Memorial Gardens Funeral
Home with Dr. Dale
Patterson officiating.
Interment followed at
Barrancas National
Cemetery, NAS Pensacola.
Arrangements were
made by Pensacola
Memorial Gardens Funeral
Home.

Gatlin, Kenne
1949-2007

Kenne Gatlin, age 58, of
Destin, formerly of Milton,
Florida, passed away,
Monday, November 12,
2007. Kenne was a native of
Quincy, FL, and the son of
the late Norman and Hazel
Gatlin.
Kenne graduated Emory
University at Oxford in
1969, and graduated from
the University of West
Florida in 1972. He liked to
learn about the latest in
technology and often said
that it kept his mind active.
He enjoyed sailing, cooking
and entertaining for his fam-
ily. He was a member of the
Christ United Methodist
Church. Kenne owned and
operated West Florida Title
Company for 33 years.
Kenne was a loving and
devoted husband and best
friend to his surviving
wife-Veritha Wells Gatlin
of Destin. Kenne and
Veritha were married for 29
years. Other family mem-
bers are his brother-
Michael Gatlin of Panama
City, Florida; father-in-law
and mother-in-law- Martin
and Catherine Wells; and
other relatives-Mark and
Belinda Wells, Wesley Wells
and Everett and Renee
Ratliff and Pete Ratliff;
Vicki Gatlin and Teresa
Gatlin. He is also survived
by "his girls," beloved and
loyal employees-Donna
Perritt, Minnie Smith,
Deborah Beach, and Donna
Skarzynski.
Visitation was held from
4:00 to 7:00 p.m., Thursday,
November 15, 2007 at West
Florida Title Company, 5220
Willing Streei in Milton.
In keeping with his
wishes, in lieu of flowers,
the family requests dona-
tions be made in Kenne's
memory to Christ United


Methodist Church or Destin
United Methodist Church.
Kenne was a devoted
loving husband and friend
who will be greatly missed.
"Kenne, we know you are in
Heaven and we will be with
you again one day."

Brooks, Lillian
Ruth
1924-2007

Lillian Ruth Brooks, age
83, of Milton, FL, passed
away Thursday, November
8, 2007. Mrs. Brooks was
born in Milton and was an
active member of the New
Providence Missionary
Baptist Church. She found
great joy working with
young children as a grand-
parent for the Council of the
Aging, at T.R. Jackson Pre-
K Center. Mrs. Brooks was
the daughter of the late
Nathaniel Jackson Brown
and the late Bertha Mae
Fields. She was the widow
of Clarence L. Brooks, and
they were married for many
blessed years.
Mrs. Brooks is survived
by her loving and devoted
daughter, Debra Brooks, of


Atlanta, GA; her godchil-
dren, Cynthia Helms-Price
and Connie Helms, both of
Milton, FL, Gerald Helms,
Jr., of Baker, FL, Ruth
Campbell, of Bagdad, FL,
and Patricia Jones, of
Reynoldsburg, OH; and a
host of friends.
Funeral services were
1:00 p.m., Thursday,
November 15, 2007, at The
New Providence Missionary
Baptist Church with Rev.
Joseph Marshall, Pastor,
officiating. Burial followed
in Bagdad Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton directing. Visitation
was at 12:00 noon, at the
church on Thursday, prior to
the services.


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Wednesday, 6:35 p.m.
Hi my name is Rhonda.
I'd just like to make a com-
ment about the Tax
Collector's Office. It started
out with one person involved
in the incident, then Mr.
McClure, then another man,
Mr. Hinson, that makes three
incidents. I really think
there should be a full investi-
gation. I'm not saying
everyone in the office makes
mistakes, but something is
very wrong. Also, how, and
why, did Ms. Adkison have
access to the checkbook to
write herself personal checks
and get them cashed, and
how did they ever balance
the books? Thank you very
much.
Editor's Note: It was
never proven in court that
Mr. McClure and Hinson
participated in any of
Adkison's improprieties,
despite defense allegations.
Both have denied any accu-
sations of wrong-doing. For
clarification: Adkison was
writing herself checks using


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not the county's.

Tuesday, 7:54 p.m.
Yes, this is Charlie. I was
just wondering what is the
problem with these people
who don't know how to use
an access lane? The one at 89
going west on 90. is plainly a
lane you end up merging into
where you want to go. Plus,
you go quite a ways past the
light, but people insist on
coming to a dead stop like
they're brain dead.
All these access lanes are
for a reason, to help keep
traffic moving. If there was a
cop around you would be
ticketed or given a warning.
It builds up traffic and I
would appreciate if people
would just wake up and smell
the coffee.

Monday, 1:07 p.m.
As a citizen of the great
City of Milton, I appreciate
and take pride in our local
government. I am a little
embarrassed the Sheriff of
Santa Rosa got all the credit
for providing Deputies to
assist in the Veterans" Day
Parade and festivities. I do
recall a handful of City
Police involved as well.
I find it to be disappoint-
ing that for the past two years
the Chief of Police has failed
to make an appearance and
show his support during the
Veterans' Day festivities.

Monday, 8:56 a.m.
This is Bill. The Press
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residents of Santa Rosa
County. Please keep the fias-
co at the Tax Collector's
Office alive. I recall a car-
toon about a toll collector at a
bridge, and as the cars drove
by he would say, "one for the
bridge, one for me, one for
the bridge, one for me.....'
So, the human element is still
with us.
Unless there are effective
checks and balances in place,
everyone that handles signifi-
cant public funds should be
covered by a fidelity bond.
Period. Thank you.

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Saturday, December 1, 2007 from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m.
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Welcome to It's A
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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-
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specials. December's distribu-
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December 15, from 8 to 9:30
a.m. Milton's host site is First
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located at 6830 Berryhill St.
Sign-up is Nov. 19, 20. 21,
from 11 to 12:30 p.m. at the
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Lasagna Dinner, (1) 2 lbs.
Split Chicken Breast (2
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Santa Rosa

Services to
Santa Rosa County
Animal Services with spon-
sors Mediacom and WXBM,
will hold its 4th Annual
Adopt-A-Thon on Saturday,
December 1, from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the shelter located at
4451 Pine Forest Road in
Milton. For this special event,
the adoption fee is $15 for cats
and $20 for dogs with a
spay/neuter voucher provided
at no cost for any unaltered
animal. Free food, local rescue
organizations, vendors, chil-
dren's activities, contests and
drawings will be offered dur-
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on leashes are welcome to
attend. Attendees who wish to
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Breast Fajitas, (1) 1 lb. Fully
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(1) 3 lbs. Fresh Apples, (1) 8
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(1) 14 oz. Chicken Broth, (1)
24 oz. Home-style Hash
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2 lbs. Thick Cut Pork Chops
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lb. Lean Beef Patties (4 x4
oz.), 1 lb. Italian Sausage.
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lbs. Choice Sirloin Box, (8) 8
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oz. Beef Salami, (1) 9 oz.
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oz. Cheese (Cheddar, Smokey
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County Animal

hold an Adopt-A-Thon


have -pets at home, should
bring proof of rabies vaccina-
tion for each animal.
Activities at the annual
Adopt-A-Thon include face
painting, bobbing for bones, a
Sponge Bob Toss and Air
Walk for children, K-9
demonstrations by the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Office
K-9 Unit, horse demonstration
by the Santa Rosa Horse
Assistance Council, and a visit
from 'the Pensacola Pelican's
mascot, Scoop. Contests will
be held throughout the day
selecting the cutest pet name,
best costume, best talent, ugli-
est dog, all bark and no bite,
dog and owner look alike,
candy guess, and a dog bone


Dogs like Buddy will be look-
ing for a good home on Dec. 1.
guess. Don't miss your chance
to have your photo taken with
a horse or Santa Paws from 9
a.m.-noon.
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Viewpoints


6A Saturday, November 17, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette

OUR VIEW



Did Veterans



serve in vain

Santa Rosa County celebrated Veterans' Day
Monday.
While the celebrations were held it never ceased to
amaze us how much we take our freedoms for granted.
Following 9-11, several brave men and women
joined the military knowing our nation could possibly go
to war, but that didn't matter.
Today, except for a few regions around the country
like ours, it is taboo to be a member of our nation's
armed forces.
And while they bravely move ahead with the task
given by their commanders, our elected leaders are using
them as pawns in a game of political chess.
When the moment politically benefits them, officials
support our military. They will spend money for things
like monuments.
Each day the debate surrounding our military gets
uglier and uglier, but those trying to woo our votes and
support feel it is what we want to hear.
Washington has become more of a resort for those
who couldn't hold a regular job or feel like avoiding the
same laws we have to follow.
And what makes this feeling even worse is around
30 percent of those registered to vote actually set the
direction our nation by deciding who is elected.
Our three basic rights are life, liberty, and the pursuit
of happiness.
But when you listen to people, they are very far from
being happy, yet they seem content with the status quo.
Why?
Because no one gets upset until their little comer of
the world is affected.
That is why everyone wa, up in arms back in 2001
when the World Trade Center was attacked.
One act of terrorism had such a far-reaching effect
on this nation that no one knew how to react.
Tighter restrictions on plane travel was just one of
the many changes as a result of this terrible and tragic
event.
But now we are becoming comfortable again.
Everyone has grown accustomed to the changes
through the Patriot Act, having to arrive at the airport
several hours early to get through security, and the
thought of someone listening in on their phone conversa-
tions.
Now that we are comfortable, the politicians are
back to their roots of smoke and mirrors.
Listen to each candidate very carefully and you can
tell they passed advanced math.
Each one will start the sentence with a positive and
end it with a negative so by the time they are finished, in
theory, they have said absolutely nothing at all.
We have major issues that need resolution such as
immigration, out-of-control spending, a fair tax system,
and that is just the tip of the iceberg.
But until we make our elected officials step up to the
plate and do the job they were elected to do ,honoring
our Veterans is in vain.
It will look like Monday's parade, a few people com-
ing out while many are home asleep; just thankful to
have a day off.


Milton, Florida


Vol. 100, Number 63


col� ry i 13 to tV~ese


"4 ta


A MINORITY VIEWPOINT


Congressional and leftist lies


An important component of the
leftist class warfare agenda is to con-
demn President Bush's tax cuts for
the rich. This claim is careless, igno-
rant or dishonest on at least two
counts. First there's the constitutional
issue. Article I, Section 8 reads, "The
Congress shall have Power To lay
and collect Taxes . . ." That means
the president has no taxing authority.
' .Presidents can
propose, or veto
S t taxes and
C, Congress can
override vetoes.
The bottom line is
that all taxing
authority rests
with the U.S.
Congress. The
WALTER next time you
WILLIAMS hear someone
condemn or praise
Bush's tax cuts, ask them whether the
Constitution has been amended to
give the president taxing authority.
But what about those tax cuts for
the rich? Are the rich now sharing a
smaller burden of the federal income
tax because their fair share of the
burden has been shifted to the poor?
The most recent Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) statistics can give us
some guidance. In 2005, the top 1
percent of income earners, those with
an annual adjusted gross income of
$365,000 and higher, paid 39 percent
of all federal income taxes; in 1999,
they paid 36 percent.


In 2005, the top 5 percent of
income earners, those having an
adjusted gross income of $145,000
and higher, paid 60 percent of all fed-
eral taxes; in 1999, it was 55 percent.
The top 10 percent, earning income
over $103,000, paid 70 percent. The
top 25 percent, with income of over
$62,000, paid 86 percent, and the top
50 percent, earning $31,000 and high-
er, paid 97 percent of all federal
taxes.
What about any argument sug-
gesting that the burden of taxes have
been shifted to the poor? The bottom
50 percent, earning $30,000 or less,
paid 3 percent of total federal income
taxes. In 1999, they paid 4 percent.
Congressmen know all of this, but
they attempt to hoodwink the average
American who doesn't.
The fact that there are so many
American earners who have little or
no financial stake in our country
poses a serious political problem. The
Tax Foundation estimates that 41 per-
cent of whites, 56 percent of blacks,
59 percent of American Indian and
Aleut Eskimo and 40 percent Asian
and Pacific Islanders had no 2004
federal income tax liability. The study
concluded, "When all of the depend-
ents of these income-producing
households are counted, there are
roughly 122 million Americans -- 44
percent of the U.S. population -- who
are outside of the federal income tax
system." These people represent a
natural constituency for big-spending


politicians. In other words, if you
have little or no financial stake in
America, what do you care about
the cost of massive federal spending
programs?
Similarly, what do you care
about tax cuts if you're paying little
or no taxes? In fact, you might be
openly hostile toward tax cuts out of
fear that they might lead to reduc-
tions in handout programs from
which you benefit. Survey polls
have confirmed this. According to
The Harris Poll taken in June 2003,
51 percent of Democrats thought the
tax cuts enacted by Congress were a
bad thing while 16 percent of
Republicans thought so. Among
Democrats, 67 percent thought the
tax cuts were unfair while 32 per-
cent of Republicans thought so.
When asked whether the $350 bil-
lion tax cut package will help your
family finances, 59 percent of those
surveyed said no and 35 percent said
yes.
Whether you're for or against
President Bush matters little, but
what do you think of politicians and
their media dupes winning you over
with lies about the rich not paying
their fair share? And, by the way,
$145,000 or even $345,000 a year
hardly qualifies one as rich. It's not
even yacht money.

Walter E. Williams is a professor
of economics at George Mason
University.


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Bittersweet Tears
FM: Eustice and Judy
Shiver
Pace, Fla.

Dear Editor,

It was with bittersweet tears that
my husband and I followed the
funeral procession of Army Sgt.
Daniel McCall to Barrancas
Cemetery on Nov. 8. We, as all of
Daniel's many friends and family
shed tears for the loss of this young
beautiful life.
Leaving West Milton Church of
Christ those tears became bitter-
sweet as we were overwhelmed
with the outpouring of support from
this community to honor Daniel. It
was the most beautiful thing that we
had ever seen.
I just want to say "THANK
YOU" to each and everyone of you.
Every police personnel, fire depart-
ment personnel, every person that


waved a flag, held their hand over
their heart, stood to honor Daniel, all
the supervisors that let their employ-
ees take time to show their support,
Pace High School students and all
of the faculty. Each and everyone of
you were beautiful and believe me
each and everyone of you touched
the hearts of this family.
Daniel's mother-in-law was
overwhelmed with gratitude as she
told me how proud I must be to be
from this area. Yes, I am very proud
and thanks to each and everyone of
you.

Card of Thanks
FM: Milton QB Club
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

On behalf of the Milton High
School Panther Football Team, the
MHS Quarterback Club would like
to thank all of the sponsors for their
support during the 2007 Football


Season. Donations to ' the
Quarterback Club go directly to the
Football program. Businesses can
rest assured their contributions are
put to good use enriching the lives
of our young players and eventually
impacting the community as a
whole. The success of the Panther
Football Program could not be real-
ized without the generosity and
community support of businesses
like these:
Santa Rosa Press Gazette,
ERA Bill Wallace Realty, Hall's
Hardware, Cook's Paint and Body,
Kenny Cranford CPA, McKenzie
Motors, Farm Bureau Insurance,
Texas Roadhouse, Milton
Chevrolet, Signcrafters, Down's
Paint and Body, MR Buildings,
Woodbine Family Dentistry, Winn
Dixie, Mooneyham Heating & Air,
Ollie's Sports Grille, Bay Insurance,
David Bowen Sporting Goods,
Cooper Plumbing, First National
Bank of Florida, Circle W Meats,
Ken Kincaid State Farm Insurance,
Snellgrove Landscaping, Lunsford


Heating and Air, Coastal Insulation,
Pen Air Federal Credit Union,
M&M Electric, United Bank,
Locklin Insurance, Blackwater
Cabinets, Santa Rosa Women's
Center, Margaret Street Church of
Christ, Quick Wash Laundry, Ken's
Paint and Body, Marsha Beach
Realtor, Absolute Tan, Vasquez
Flooring, Steve Harrington Homes,
Timberland Contractors, Panther
Computers, Wingate Heating and
Air, Santa Rosa Orthopedics, Pit
Stop Parts & Service, The Local
Yokel, Berryhill Orthopedics, Park
Avenue Pharmacy, Split Endz
Salon, Beef O'Brady's, Village Inn,
Aquabella Fitness Center and Spa,
Whataburger, Guernsey &
Associates, Badcock Home
Furnishings, Glover Lane Storage,
and Lewis Funeral Home.
THANK YOU!
We would also like to extend a
heartfelt thanks to all of the fans,
volunteers, and parents who contin-
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The Pace Library has been a huge hit with 4,000 residents getting
library cards in the first seven months since it opened.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


Pace Library has


been a big success


By JOSHUA WILKS

In the seven months since
the Pace Library opened its
doors, there have been almost
4,000 Pace area residents who
have received library cards.
And if things go as expected,
that number will just continue
to grow.
"It's wonderful," said
Linda Hendrix, director of the
Santa Rosa County Library
System. "It's a great success
and we're proud of it."
Although the construction
of a new library was turned
clown by Pace area voters, the
Santa Rosa 'County Board of
County Commissioners
approved to allocate funds to
match a $500,000 state library
construction grant for the new
facility. Before, the nearest
Santa Rosa library for Pace
area resident was either in
Milton or Jay.
The $1.5 million to open
the facility's doors included
the purchase of property, its
construction and collection of
items. The collections include
25,000 items with a capacity
for 30,000 items.
The library's location
between two schools has
turned out to be an added
advantage for users, said Jan
Gough, the library's manager.
As can be witnessed any day
after school, handfuls of stu-
dents and families walk to the
library on-sidewalks that con-
nect Pace High School, Patriot
Park, Pace Library and S.S.


Dixon Intermediate School.
"We have an equal mix of
users," Gough said. "We see
everyone from seniors and
families with children all the
way to teenagers."
According to library statis-
tics, the Pace Library had the
highest monthly circulation in
July and August. Between the
April opening and Sept. 30,
circulation was 69,817
Since the library's open-
ing, more than 8,700 residents
have used the free public com-
puters and the staff has
answered more than 3,300 ref-
erence questions.
Gough said the free use of
the library's computers is'
probably most popular with
students. To use the public
computers, one must be a
library cardholder, and must
reserve computer time by
scanning a library card into a
kiosk. Computer use is
tracked carefully and accurate-
ly. Wireless Internet access is
offered at the library if patrons
bring their own notebook com-
puters.
At no cost, library services
include the following: adult
and youth programs, voter reg-
istration, public computer use,
Internet access, wireless
accounts, live homework help,
on-demand movies, download-
able audio books, music CDs,
DVD and VHS movies, e-
sources for research, reference
services, interlibrary loans,
genealogy resources, commu-
nity meeting rooms.


House


Continued Rom Page One
thru bays that will allow the
new fire trucks to be stored
properly indoors. Currently,
the newer, larger fire trucks
cannot be stored in the old
firehouse because of their
sizes.
The site for the new fire-
house was chosen because of
its location on Pace Patriot
Boulevard with easy access to
major roadways. It was also"
chosen because Santa Rosa
County owned the property.
Across the street from the
Pace Library, the property was
also intended to be used as a
Sheriff's Office substation.
Utility costs will be divided
proportionately between the
two entities.
Threat of development
encroachment is not a worry
to the department, Wadkins
said. Santa Rosa County pro-
vided enough land so the
department can grow.
Wadkins said the department
hopes to operate a countywide
fire department training center
at this location one day soon.
Although the facility will


eventually cost nearly $1.1
million, it could have cost
much more had they not con-
sidered doing some of the
work themselves, Wadkins
said. To trim construction.
costs, the department is hiring
subcontractors to do electrical,
plumbing and land-clearing
work. Santa Rosa County is
providing fill dirt and will be
paving the driveways and
parking areas.
"We want to save tax
money anyway we can, " said
Wadkins. "In the long run, by
building it now, this will save
a lot of money."
By residing in the new
facility, the Sheriff's Office
will not have a lease to pay as
they do now, so that is another
way of saving tax dollars,
Wadkins said. The current
substation is housed in a strip
mall on U.S. 90.
The Sheriff's Office Pace
district consists of the commu-
nities of Pace, Pea Ridge and
Avalon Beach. The highest
percentage the county's popu-
lation resides in this district,
according to Sheriff's Office


Growth


Continued From Page One
of Chili's Grill & Bar, Lowe's
Home Improvement, and
Target, area residents have
more options to keep their
purchases within Santa Rosa
County.
"People no longer have to
go to Pensacola to shop or
eat," Hinote said. "We have
many options here now."
Like most Chambers of
Commerce in Florida, the
Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce saw a decline in
membership after the hurri-
canes, but Hinote reports that
membership is picking back
up.
"People were preoccupied
with storms," Hinote said.
"But now it's leveling back
out."
Pace business owner.
Cassandra Carmack agrees
that Pace has seen great
growth, but said that business
traffic has slowed down lately.
Reports show that a high per-
centage of Americans are fac-
ing soaring loan interest rates
and climbing fuel prices.


Traffic


Continued From Page One
Turnpike Enterprise. The
study will take 6 to 9 months
to complete.
* Five Points Intersection
Realignment: The realign-
ment is currently in design.
Santa Rosa County has pur-
chased property to realign the
Berryhill Road leg of the
intersection. Remainder of
the project will be discussed at
the CIE workshop on Nov. 29.
* Four-laning of
Woodbine Road: This proj-
ect is currently in design. The
remainder of project will be
discussed at the CIE workshop
on Nov. 29.
* Resurfacing of U.S. 90
from Woodbine Road to
Avalon Boulevard. The
resurfacing is scheduled for
2009. This project includes
double left turn lanes from
U.S. 90 eastbound to
Woodbine Road northbound.
* Corridor Management
Plan improvements: The
improvements include closure
or modification of median
openings and some intersec-
tion improvements on U.S. 90
to improve traffic flow and
safety, and is scheduled
between now and 2010.
Scheduled projects are located
at Escambia Fill, West
Spencer Field Road,
Immanuel Baptist Church,
Santa Villa, Chantilly Way,
Diamond St, Al's Pawn Shop,
580 feet east of Keyser Lane,
Anna Simpson Road to Avalon
Boulevard, Bostic Lane, and
Harmony Ridge Church.
(Corridor Management Plan
can be found at
http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/e
ngineering/cms.html)
* Bell Lane Extension
north from US 90 to Willard


Norris Road or proposed
beltway: This project is
shown as needed in the
Florida - Alabama
Transportation Planning
Organization (TPO) Long
Range Transportation Plan.
This project is not cost feasi-
ble at this time.
* Traffic Signal Projects:
(1) Traffic signals will be
timed and coordinated on a
rotating schedule which


includes signals in Escambia
and Santa Rosa counties,
Pensacola, Milton, and Gulf
Breeze. This should start
soon. (2) Implementation of
the Intelligent. Transportation
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Carmack, owner of
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Pace area. She said. her loca-
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the Pace Fire Department to
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In 2001, the department
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night, Nov. 18 at 6 p.m.
Brother Alvarez grew up
in Cantonment and spent most
of his youth on drugs. In 2001
the Lord delivered him from a
vicious addiction to heroin and
cocaine. Today he ministers in
jails and rehabs to the lost and
fallen away. He is also a Pastor
at My Father's Vineyard, a
Christ-centered church in
Ensley. He and his wife started
their church in their home with
13 people and a vision "to
recover the lost and restore the
fallen." Today My Father's
Vineyard has a membership of
over 200. The congregation is
from all walks of life with a
common passion for all of
God's people. He is a dynamic
preacher and the church
expects you will be blessed.
New Hope is located on
the right just north of the inter-
section in Chtimuckla.
City of Milton
Meetings
Milton. Parks and
Recreation Committee will
meet on Monday, November
26 at 8:30 a.m., in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet on
Monday, Nov. 26 at 2 p.m. in
Conference Room B of City
Hall.
Milton Growth.
Development & Annexation
Committee will meet on
Thursday, Nov. 29 at 3 p.m. in
Conference Room B of City
Hall.
.All meetings are at City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street and
are open to the public. For fur-
ther information on the meet-
ings, call 983-5411.
Basket Raffle at SR
Medical Center
The Santa Rosa Medical
Center Auxiliary is sponsoring


a Basket Raffle to benefit
Community Outreach
Programs and Healthcare
Scholarships of the Auxiliary.
The assortment of basket raf-
fles include; Dessert for a
Year, Night on the Town,
Coffee and Tea, Garden, and a
Spa. The drawing date is
Tuesday, Dec. 11. Ticket
prices are $1 each or 6 for $5.
Put all of your tickets in one
(1) basket, or spread your tick-
ets among all five (5) baskets.
You can win more than 1 bas-
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Holiday Schedule
for Garbage Pickup
City Hall will be closed to
allow employees to observe
the Thanksgiving Day holiday
on Thursday, November 22
and Friday, November 23.
Garbage routes will be
picked up as follows:
Monday & Tuesday route
picked up as scheduled.
Thursday & Friday - there
will be NO Garbage pick up.
All public works emer-
gencies will be handled as for
regular weekends by calling
983-5400. City Hall's Public
Works desk and accounting
window will resume operation
on Monday, November 26 at
7:30 a.m.
PJC launches
Holiday Special
The Pensacola Junior
College Planetarium and
Space Theatre mission for
the holidays is to present an
out-of-this world prQgram.
Make reservations now
for "Tis the Season," a spe-
cial that recounts historical
religious and cultural rituals
practiced during the winter
solstice - Christian, Jewish,
Celtic, Nordic, Roman, Irish,
Mexican and Hopi. And, nat-
urally, the adventure
includes astronomy.
Audiences learn about
Northern Hemisphere winter
constellations and discover
why we have seasons.
Shows are 10 and 11:30
a.m. Monday through Friday,
Dec. 3-18. Tickets are $3.50
for pre-K, $4.50 for K-12,


and $5.50 for all others.
The Planetarium is open
to groups of 10 or more only.
Individuals or smaller groups
may be admitted to a pre-
scheduled show if space is
available. Group reservations
must be made one week
ahead of the scheduled show.
All sales are final, no
refunds. The PJC
Planetarium and Space
Theatre is in Building 21 at
the southwest corner of the
Pensacola campus on Airport
Boulevard.
For more, ticket informa-
tion and reservations, call
484-1847. Visit the
Planetarium Web site at
http://planetarium.pjc.edu.
Post Office to
observe
Thanksgiving
Holiday
The United States Postal
Service will observe
Thanksgiving Holiday,
Thursday, Nov. 22. The fol-
lowing conditions apply:
-Retail Windows at all
Post Offices will be closed
-There will be no deliv-
ery of mail by rural or city car-
riers
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lected from the collection
boxes
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Post Office Boxes
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delivered on Thursday, Nov.
22nd.
All regular services and
delivery will resume on
Friday, Nov. 23rd.
Fundraising for
local schools
CiCi's Pizza, 5070 Hwy.
90 in Pace, will be hosting
fundraisers for the following
organizations from 5-8 p.m.
CiCi's Pizza will donate 10%
of those sales to help the
organizations. Please come
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events.
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The Florida Department
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Protection (DEP) recently
awarded a $16.6 million
low interest loan to Pace
Property Finance
Authority, Inc. to improve
their wastewater system.
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The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office is looking for
someone who stole a bass
boat in Jay on Sunday.
According to Santa Rosa
County Sheriff Wendell Hall's
office, someone took a white
2004 Allison XB2003 bass
boat with a Mercury 225
horsepower engine from
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Jay.
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boat and hauled it off at a high
rate of speed heading west-
bound on Highway 4.
If you have any informa-
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have seen the boat and vehicle
you are asked to contact the
Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office at
983-1191 or Santa Rosa
Crime Stoppers at 437-7867.


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Legislature has recognized
that efficient water man-
agement, including reuse,
helps preserve our natural
ecosystems and ensure sus-
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plies. The State Revolving
Fund Loan Program allows
these partnerships to hap-
pen."
DEP established the
State Revolving Fund to
provide low interest financ-
ing to plan, design and


increased capacity will be
used for public access
reuse in the future.
"Reuse is a key part of
meeting Florida's future
water needs. We as a state,
reuse 660 million gallons
of reclaimed water each
day to conserve freshwater
supplies, but we have more
work to do and we can't do
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Some say - nothing is
more sure than change,
while others prefer - the
more things change the
more they stay the same.
We'll let you decide.
This feature to the
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tently, will celebrate the his-
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how some of our most cher-
ished landmarks have faired
through the years; what's
changed and what hasn't.
If you have an old photo
featuring landmarks in
Santa Rosa County, specifi-
cally those that still exist in
some form, please forward
them to us, and we'll con-
sider them for future use in
this section.
Please be sure to include
a brief description of what
you send and the address, if
possible.


Santa Rosa:


Yesterday and Today


The Ollinger House on Pine Street was built by Joseph Ollinger, in or around, 1875. Ollinger was a partner with his brothers, and Martin Bruce, in a successful ship-
yard in Bagdad, prior to the Civil War. He left the firm and began a successful grocery, dry good store, and saloon- where it is said he made most of his money.
Currently, passer-bys will notice a large amount of yellow scaffolding covering the house as it receives a fresh coat of paint. The original colors were maroon, pearl
gray, and white, a popular Victorian color scheme.
SSpecial thanks to Laurie Green, Nathan Woolsey, and the Santa Rosa Historical Society


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Legal 11/1261 Osullivan 5040 Henry ST.
Milton Fl. 32570
Notice Of Sale 2nd Owner; Shaun Thomas
Hinesley 4271 Castille Ave.
To be sold for the lien Pace Fl. 32570
owed for charges of towing
and storage. The Vehicles 1999 Ford 2DR. Vin#
will be sold to the highest 1FMYU22X1XUB18425
bidder to satisfy the Lien Owner: Jesus Garduna
on the vehicles. The sale Palma Sandy Oaks Lot 17
will be held at C&D Columbia SC. 29204
Recovery 6509 E. Oakland 2nd Owner: Wilmer J.
Dr. Milton in Santa Rosa Lopez 110 Onley Rd.
County in the State Of Salisbury MD. 21804
Florida.
Amount of towing is
The Following Vehicles are $150.00 Lien filing fee of
being held for the above $350.00 Storage Charges
claimed lien. of $700.00 as of Nov. 17,
2007 plus $25.00 per day
1987 Audi 4DR. Vin# plus sales tax.
WAUFC0443HN058596 0
The Registered and/or This said sale will be held
legal owners are: on Nov 30, 2007 at 8:00
Owner: Derek L. Scott AM. If the owners care to
2832 Villager Cir. recover said vehicle they
Pensacola Fl. 32504 may bring the amount of
the charges in cash only
1997 Pontiac 4DR. before the date of sale to
Vin#1Q2WP52K7VF2568 C&D Recovery and the
773 vehicle will be surrendered
Owner: Stacie Gail to them. This sale is in
Stutzman 4016 Florence accordance with Fl. Statute
St. Pace Fl. 32571999 713.78 "
1999'Pd fTac 4DR. Vin# 111707
1G2HX52K4HXH210644 111707
Owner: Amber Nicole 11/1261


Jay Elementary Honor Roll


Jay Elementary School. has
released its first Honor Roll for the
1st 9 Weeks, for the 2007/08 School
Year. Congratulations to all those
who worked very hard to attain this
status.
All A's:
Emily Ashworth, Danielle
Belden, Rebecca Boutwell,
Mckenzie Bray, Briana Brown,
Savannah Brown, Samantha
Campbell, Kolby Copeland, Logan
Dobson, Brooke Donahue, Emily
Dobson, Ashlyn . Geck, Jeremy
Gibbs, Abby Harrison, Hillary
Hendricks, Destiny Herring, Matti
Holt, Micah Kemp, Sydney Lowery,
Holden McCaskill, Victor Mishoe,
Colby Odom, Zachary Owens,
Samantha Pearson, Brandon Poley,
Hannah Prescott, Blake Reid,
Miranda Roberts, Emily Russell,
Satchel Starling, Harley Tagert, Lora
Watson, Ben Watson, Dylan Wolfe
All A's & B's
Sarah Adkinson, Eddie Agrait,
Jorja Agrait, Kaitlyn Aguirrre, Steven


Archer, Jared Ashworth, John
Ashworth, Katelyn Baker, Sara
Barnes, Kevin Biggs, Chad Bohnert,
Austin Boutwell, Brandon Boutwell,
Dalton Bradley, Paige Bray, Justic
Brewton, Clay Brown, Chandler
Burgess, Cole Burkhead, Bristin
Campbell, Jay Carnley, Abby
Copeland, Skye Donahue, Savannah
DuBose, Dallin Edwards, Thomas
Fischer, Denise Floyd, RayAnn Free,
Justic Garcia, Josh Gay, Zachary
Gibbs, Mallory Gilmore, Sunny
Gilmore, Jackson Godwin, Madelyn
Godwin, Seth, Goforth, John Daniel
Golden, Jacob Harris, Kayla
Harrison, dJames Hatfield, Nolan
Hawthorne, Conner Hendricks, Jared
Hendricks, Austin Herring, Heather
Hilton, Diandra Howard, Amberly
James, Summer Joyner, Leslie
Kelley, Morgan Kelley, Jordan Kent,
Cameron Lowrey, Krystal Lowry,
Cheyenne Mack, Troy Mandris,
Baylor Mann, Meghan Mayo,
Aniston McCall, Christian McCall,
Quentin McCall, Tristin McLaughlin,


Blake Moore, Taylor Moore, Carissa
Mulford, Megan Mulfrod, Zachary
Nolan, Tyler Odom, Blake Pilgrim,
Nicholas Pittman Summer Qualls,
Tori Raught, Stephany Rice, Alisha
Roberts, Joseph Roberts, Austin
Sapp, Chandler Sedlacek, Savannah
Seevers, Ally Settle, Hank Sheffield,
Brent Shuler, Alaina Smith, Logan
Smith, Paige Smith, Sabre Spray,
Samantha Steadham, Brook
Tegenkamp, Marshal Thomas, Eric
Trevino, Bayleigh Upton, Hannah
Vaughn, Courtney Walther, Zachery
Watson, Dylan Wayland, Kendra
Wells, Laura Wessel, Max Whitman,
Miles Whitman
Citizenship:
Slater Nash, Allie Odom, Baylie
Odom, Dylan Phillips, Madison
Edwards, Rachel Lambeth, Dalton
Lewis, Ian Russell, Micheal Brewer,
Judd Smith, Austin Watson, Carly
Willis, Jenna Britt, Sarah Brooks,
Dylan Holley, Connor Roberts,
Caleb Blackman, Madison
McCurdy, Tiffany Ates, Trey


Locklin, Lexie Nash, Garrett Wolfe,
Alyssa Baxley, Jamie Blackmon,
Stephen English, Haven Tagert,
Madeline Ates, Joseph Cook, Aaron
Flinn, Megan Harper, Julie Baker,
Morgan Floyd, Reid Kelley, Brandon
White, Christian Kent, Hannah
Mock,- Andrew Sawyer, Haylee
Watson, Brittany Bohnert, Jessica
Dunsford, Jackson Free, Timothy
Locklin, Sarah Geck, Melvin
Godfrey, Maggie McGee, Cameron
Phillips, Logan Smith, Savannah
Seevers, Jorden Kent, Hannah
Prescott, Dalton Bradley, Jorja
Agrait, Logan Dobson, Miranda
Roberts, Ally Settle, Logan Wilson,
RayAnn Free, Joseph Roberts,
Morgan Kelley, Chandler Sedlacek,
Shila Routley, Fares, Al-Sowayan,
Emily Russell, Matthew Lambeth,
Kolby Copeland, Satchel Starling,
Briana Brown, Brooke Donahue,
Micah Kemp, Chad Bohnert, Riley
Pittman, Eric Trevino, Dylan Wolfe,
Danielle Belden, Abby Copeland,
Taylor Moore, Beverly Murphy


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Community


Confiscated pit bulls were


euthanized on Wednesday


Special to the Press Gazette
The 30 adult pit bulls con-
fiscated from a Milton home as
evidence in a dog fighting case
were humanely euthanized
Wednesday. Unfortunately,
despite medical intervention
four of the five puppies seized
died due to complications relat-
ed to illnesses at the time of
seizure. The remaining puppy
had to be euthanized by county
animal services staff due to the
serious degree of illness. As
supported by the Humane
Society of the United States,
Santa' Rosa County does not
adopt any animals that are sus-
pected as being used for dog
fighting as these dogs are selec-
tively bred for aggression. The
adoption of such dogs puts resi-
dents and their pets at risk for
injury, and in some cases, death.
Like show dogs, fighting
dogs are bred to carry certain
traits. As documented by evi-
dence found at the scene in this
case, the confiscated dogs were
professionally and specifically
bred, conditioned, and trained
to display extreme aggression
and an instinct to attack. While
the euthanasia of innocent ani-
mals is a regrettable end, place-
ment in a sanctuary would be
inhumane for such a social ani-
mal as dogs, where they would
be kept in solitary confinement
for the duration of the their life.
While any dog can be
trained to attack and become a
threat to the community, studies
show that pit bulls and
Rottweilers are the number one
and number two canine killers
of humans, causing at least half
of canine homicides in the
United States. Santa Rosa
County has a policy of not
adopting pit bulls, Rottweilers
or chows. With their extremely
powerful jaws and enormous


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Sgt. Ricky Perrit holds a chain similar to the one used to restrain
the pit bulls found at a home in Milton.


power-to-weight ratio, these
dogs are able to inflict deep
puncture wounds and broken
bones. As long as irresponsible
owners are illegally transform-
ing dogs into fighting
machines, the risks of adopting
these breeds of dogs uninten-
tionally to a dog fighter or even
a loving family, combined with
the absence of any known his-
tory of the dog, would be too
great. However, stray and con-
fiscated animals showing no
signs of abuse can be returned
to the rightful owner with prop-
er documentation.
Residents are encouraged
to remember:
1. Any dog, despite its
breed, can be a good family pet.
There are many reputable
breeders throughout the U.S.
Do your research when buying
a purebred animal.
2. Sixty-one percent of
dog attacks happen at home or
a familiar location with over 77
percent belonging to the vic-
tim's family or friend.
3. Children under ten
are more likely to be attacked,
with face, neck and .head
injuries that are severe. In fact,
dog bites are the second most
frequent cause of visits to


emergency rooms of nine
activities common among chil-
dren.
4. Owners of large breed
animals must be particularly
vigilant in observing children
around their pet as even an
accidental or play bite can
cause serious injury. Please
remember with any pet, small
children should have adult
supervision at all times when
around the animal.
5. Teach children that if
they are attacked by a dog, the
best defense is to lie on their
stomach with their hands
behind their neck, to help pro-
tect the vulnerable areas of the
face, neck and head.
6. Report any suspected
animal abuse, including dog
fighting to local animal servic-
es and sheriffs department.
Over 70 percent of the ani-
mals received by Santa Rosa
Animal Services are euthanized
each year. While not in the top
news story of the day, there are
many animals available that
would make great family pets
and desperately need responsi-
ble and loving homes. View
adoptable animals at:
http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/ani
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colors was an opportunity to show their
respect and appreciation for what the
school had received on Wednesday.


Students at Bennett C. Russell Elementary School received their permanent class room
flags thanks to the efforts of the Milton Elks Lodge, Panhandle Daughters of the American
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a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will
be held on South Willing
Street and at South Riverwalk
Park and along the Blackwater
River, just off Highway 90 in
downtown Milton.
This year's event theme is
"Lights of Hope" and money
raised will go to the Woman's
Club's American Cancer
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Scholarship Program. The
scholarship will be given to a
student from Santa Rosa
County.
A very special party has
been planned for children of
all ages, from 3 to 5 p.m. It's
"A Polar Express Pajama
Reading" and it will feature
John Rogers, Santa Rosa
County District School
Superintendent, as the narra-
tor. Children are invited to join
Mr. Rogers, in their P.J.'s, and
come sit and listen while he
reads the beloved children's
book, "The Polar Express."
The book was written by Chris
Van Allsburg and was awarded
the Caldecott Medal in 1986.
Only one book per year is pre-
sented this honor.
Those wonderful
Courthouse Elves will help
escort little ones to the front
and will-issue "tickets" to ride
the Polar Express as they are
seated. Then, their tickets will
be punched and the fun will
begin. Mr. Rogers may also be
joined by other guests during
the reading, but that will be a
surprise. Following the read-
ing, Elves will help escort
children and their parents as
they enjoy hot chocolate and
cookies, which will be fur-
nished by this year's special
event Corporate Sponsor,
Santa Rosa Medical Center.


John W. Rogers, narrator for "A Polar Express," at the Children's
party.


Candy canes will also be
passed out to guests by the
Elves, courtesy of Clerk of
Courts, Mary Johnson.
The event will take place
at the Pavilion and parents are
encouraged to bring small
folding chairs and/or blankets
or pallets for their children to
sit on. They will be set in the
parking area in front of the
pavilion. Bleachers will be
available for other guests to sit
in but you may also wish to
bring folding chairs.
The Chamber of
Commerce will sponsor a
Gumbo Cook-off; Milton
Relay for Life Teams will
have booths set up and will be
selling various items to help
raise money for their respec-
tive teams; there will be
hands-on activities in the
Children's Area; Tuffy, A Real
American Quarter Horse will
be on hand for visits with
children; the Pensacola Youth
Steel Orchestra will entertain
guests with their wonderful


music from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at the Pavilion; and the 2nd
Annual Lighted Boat Parade,
coordinated by the
Blackwater Pyrates, will take
place at 5 p.m.
The Milton Woman's
Club will have a booth adja-
cent to the Pavilion and will
be selling chances on several
handmade items, all donated
to help raise money for the
College Cancer Scholarship.
Be sure to stop by and take a
chance or drop your donation
in the large jar that will also
be on display.
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By RYAN ARVAY
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Four Santa Rosa
County Schools will be
attending the BEST
Robotics Competition
Finals in Mobile next
month .,I ii a brilliant per-
formance at a recent com-

Twenty-one schools
*. 1 all over the northwest
portion of the state partici-
pated in the first Emerald
Co',., Competition for
BEST (Boosting
Engineering, Science, and
Technology), on October
27, at the University of
West Florida.
Milton High, Hobbs,
Holley-Navarre, and
Woodlawn Beach Middle
Schools scored well
enough to advance to the
finals at Auburn University
on December 7 & 8.
There, they will face
other schools from
Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Georgia,
Tennessee, Ohio,
Connecticut, Philadelphia,
and New Jersey.
King -Middle School
also did exceptionally well
walking away from the
competition with seven
awards, and barely losing
to Hobbs by less than a
fraction of a point.
As was the case with
this year's local competi-
tion, the finals are aptly
titled, "2021 A Robot
Odyssey," and will give the
students an opportunity to
use their inventions to tra-
verse a landscape replicat-
ing the Red Planet, much
like the real Mars Rover.


A Hobbs Middle School student guides his team's robot into the
depot with a load of "fuel canisters" during the Emerald Coast
BEST Robotics competition recently at the University of West
Florida. Teams designed and built robots to traverse the Martian
surface and pick up supplies in a 3-minute span.
Submitted photo


Robots are not pitted
one against the other as
one may assume, but rather
each team navigates their
own robot through a series
of tasks, in a given time of
three minutes per round.
This year, students are
required to exit the base,
maneuver up onto the ASV
and pick up supplies such
as food, fuel, and medical
supplies.
,Students are awarded
points for each item they
return to the Martian base,
which contributes to their
total'over-all score.
Teams also receive
points from the judges for
an oral presentation,
judges interview, an engi-
neering notebook, educa-
tional table display, and
spirit and sportsmanship


all of which help determine
the winner.
The competition kicked
off in mid September with
students receiving instruc-
tions, assuming roles with-
in the team, and obtaining
the materials used to build
their robots.
Each school received
an identical kit of equip-
ment and raw materials
from which to build their
robot-including, but not
limited, to ply wood, PVC
pipe, plexi-glass, a battery
pack, and three or four ser-
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robot run.)
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six weeks between kickoff
and Game-Day in order to
prepare themselves for
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Recently, the Royalty of
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an organizational meeting at
the. home of Elly Martin.
Twenty members enjoyed the
afternoon and welcomed five
new members-Sue Wilson,
Jacky Ganley, Maureen
Gully, Elaine Kelley and
Marilyn Gade. Queen Mum,
Janet Rothbart, explained
how the club activities were
formed and updated all on
coming events. What a full
calendar we have planned.
Come see us in the Pace
Christmas Parade on
December Is'!
Refreshments were
served and the favorite was
the delicious chocolate cream
pie decorated with See's
Candy, made by Betty
Brasher. An auction was held
and run by Elly Martin and
her side-kick, Norma
Tawney. What a great team
these two are! Barbara
Belcher bought the prize
item, a beautiful 24 inch doll
decorated to the nines like a
red hatter in her purple gown
complete with a wide-


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sweets in their tummies, and
fun stuff from the auction.
On Wednesday, Nov.
28th at 4:30 p.m., these Red-
Hatted ladies will meet at
Polk-Dots, Inc., in downtown
Milton to start their holiday
shopping with toys for all


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and a light dinner catered by
Liberty Cafe. December 9 is
the Red-Hatters annual
Christmas Cookie Party in
the Dining Car at the Milton ,
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East Milton


Book Fair at EMES


was huge success


What is a Book Fair? And
what is the purpose? The
Media Center, or library, in
several county schools con-
duct a week-long sale of
books, educational videos, and
materials that encourage and



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help students become good
readers. Students, parents, and
teachers all get the opportuni-
ty to purchase items that are
displayed in a bookstore type
setting.
As the event takes place at
E-at Milton ES e",'eral volun-
[,'cr,. holt'. ,.ir te -a'lI iL[he .
ird .,1n. -.i quLue.on, fIron, r:i

* pe I . l .I.1 B c k., \\ hilfield
and her --rall ..c-er, kept bu-.:
c .er d.i'. The .,' iiool c'.cnd-
ed the h iur o.f Lthe .jle until f
p nI e, h e' elreir [,, 'b.. c
f rl j'n, ' the .:oppor[w nw[, t[.
hro -. ,' . a'll queshOrl'n',. .1i1d
in.i.e .elctiori, tfor rheir home
libr.irne. Thi_ nide fcor -oriie
Iorn. i and bhu-s-, cho, l da' ;,,
"* [lI a iot ,- -f e,\i.i effort and
help Hlon-, .ippori .e p.iients
aind t.:trliuteer. \\a, it north h
a11 \'cr dermniicl'
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s.iid e'.LCdc,_i d all of the prior
hbo l f.-ir. -, r 3._I'. bookI
,ere piL rcLhaed duriti,_ the
f]om all .f I tl -,. ork .-\ l i.
the nine, ni.idc from ihe
Book Faii Is put back :int' the
N edia Center. ;. which *,. ill ben-


efit every student, teacher and
family at EMES. Last year the
profits purchased (1) 800
books that were given to each
student at the end of the year
AR celebration. (2) Books for
each student. (3) AR Awards.
The -uccep of thi- event is
p ,-_Ihlll bc,..'i -c ,O t [he ",Up"
port ot pircnt sntudinri- .in%-
.r.itt it the -ch l-.1
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EMNES I- .er'. uip LO d.ite . i[h
the lt'. e lri, -I:', ii -u ed in
tie, s. 'l, \\ lth [1he use :oft
C ,rniputer.. \\ hit li d li. he,.i
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irl. [,:, intormi- j t e ,las for
patreint, [acer-. 'ludent,. the
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Pictured are Caleb Stewart, Bonnie O'Kelly, Milton HS Principal Buddy Powell, Briteny McKeithen,
Adrian Martin and Jeff Cranford. Senior varsity cheerleader and football player spoke at the Red
Ribbon Rally. The cheerleader was dressed for "Tacky Day." part of homecoming week.


Milton Optimist Club supported

Rhodes Red Ribbon Week


Each year at the begin-
ning of the Red Ribbon Week
celebration, the Milton
Optimist Club sponsors a kick
off rally at Rhodes ES. Fourth
& Fifth Grade students assem-
ble for the program and are
reminded of the importance of
not using or abusing drugs.
The theme for the nation-
al program was 'Look At Me,'
I'm Drug Free." Area schools
also selected their own theme,
and each day of the week-long
event they were reminded of
the theme. Rhodes ES chose
the theme of "Linked Against
Drugs." And decorated the
main hallway of the school
with a very unique reminder.
Each of the classrooms made
a red paper chain, with each
chain together as they were
hung along the main entrance
of the school.
Special guests at the rally
were MHS football players
and cheerleaders. Senior
Varsity Cheerleaders Briteny
McKeithen, Adrian Martin,
and Bonnie O'Kelly each
gave a brief talk on the impor-
tance of staying drug-free.
The reason being so that a
person could successfully
reach their goals. Senior
Varsity Panthers Caleb
Stewart and Jeff Cranford
reminded the Junior Panthers
that using drugs and playing
sports are not the way to
excel. These older Panthers
are very positive role models
for everyone, but there is a
special closeness with the


younger Panthers.
Detective John Stone of
the Milton City Police is the
D.A.R.E. Officer at Rhodes
this year and also spoke to the
students. Detective Stone
reminded the students of the
danger of abusing drugs. And
of the criminal consequences.
The Milton Optimist Club


presented the MHS Seniors
with a check for $500 to sup-
port the funding for Project
Graduation. Project
Graduation is a drug-free and
alcohol-free celebration that
takes place immediately fol-
lowing graduation cere-
monies.


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Today In Jay


United Bank no


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United Bank Ribbon Cutting - Carl Brittain is cutting the ribbon, to his right, going from left to right in Mike
Digmon, Jay United Bank Manager. To the far right is Bob Jones, President & CEO of United Bank.


I'rt,:d B.iri . :,o lay, held
their Opecn HF.-.u-e .-in Friday,
Nw * . -Ih at I 2 ni.. .n
LunlLh '. jumnibo hot
d ,,-'s and, h..mlburlier from the
grill, along with other wonder-
ful refreshments. Good work,
Nick Baggett, Marketing, the
food was delicious!
United Bank of Jay was a
dream of Carl D. Brittain, who
at the time, managed United
Bank, of Flomaton, Al.. He
came to Jay several years ago
to open United Bank's Loan
office as Vice President and
Branch Manager. He then
retired. Carl was on hand for
the Groundbreaking of Jay's
United Bank and was on hand
to cut the ribbon Friday, Nov.
9th. It was Carl's dream come
true.
There were many United


Bank officials at the Open
House and Ribbon Cutting
like Robert (Bob) R. Jones,
III, President and CEO; John
Brantley, Security; Alton K.
McRee, Senior Vice President
& Agri-Finance & Mortgage
Service; and Gwen Braden,
Marketing Director, and the
person responsible for the
interior decorating of Jay's
United Bank. Other officials
were also present.
Mike Digmon has been
the United Bank of Jay,
Branch Manager since Carl
Brittain retired a few years
ago. Other employees are
Brandy Carter, Branch spe-
cialist; Becky Prescott,
Operations Supervisor; Faye
Loewen, Branch Specialist;
and Sheila Ashworth, Branch
Specialist. Cheryl O'Klock


w open
will be joining the United
Bank as Branch Specialist,
soon.
United Bank has been
around for a long time, well
over 100 years. The home
bank is in Alabama. It is truly
a "hometown bank." United
Bank has rocking chairs on its
front porch. Last year United
Bank opened several new
banks in Alabama, and now in
Florida, with one in Jay,
Milton and Pace.
United Bank of Jay's
lobby hours are from Monday
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. each day. Friday, lobby
hours are from 9 a.m. until 5
p.m. Drive-Up hours are from
8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday
through Thursday. Friday,
they will be open from 8:30
a.m. until 5:30 p.m.


Employees who will be helping customers are-sitting, Sheila Ashworth, standing left to right-Becky
Prescott, Brandy Carter and Faye Loewen.


The new United Bank now open in Jay.


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MARKET


RECAP

A look at the

futures market


Futures Markets
Weekly Recap - Wheat
Prices Fall Sharply on
Increased Plantings,
Russian Rumor Deal
Wheat Futures have
already fallen off from
all-time record highs
seen in September, but
this week saw an
unprecedented fall.
Monday saw wheat rally
as rumors of a possible
Russian export duty
increase from 10% to
30% hit the market. Were
the rumor true, it would
have made Russian
wheat exports consider-
ably more expensive for
the importing countries,
thus driving most export
demand to the U.S. The
December Wheat con-
tract closed the day at
871 cents per bushel on
the news. Tuesday saw a
dramatic reversal. As the
export duty rumor
swelled to a possible
50%, most traders started
to believe that it could
not possibly be true and
started to sell positions
that they had bought on
Monday. Wheat fell by
its exchange-imposed
limit of 30 cents on the
day. On Wednesday,
Russia officially
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wheat has been limit down for two consecutive
days. On Thursday, Ontario, Canada indicated a
huge increase in wheat plantings .for the year.
Traders took this as a sign of what may be happen-
ing in the U.S. as a result of wheat prices that
stand more than 75% higher than they were last
fall. By midday Thursday, the December wheat
contract had touched a low of 804.5 cents per
bushel, a 7.6% fall from Monday's close. If Wheat
plantings do show a large increase in the U.S. this
fall, it could continue to pressure futures prices
lower, especially the new-crop futures starting in
May of next year.
Lean Hog Futures fell each day this week after
being weak since mid-summer. Many traders fear
that recent hog slaughter numbers may be indicat-
ing too much supply for the market to. absorb.
USDA has report slaughter totals of more than 2.3
million head for each of the past three weeks. In
contrast, before this recent surge, the largest
slaughter number on record was 2.264 million set
way back in 1998. The December Hog Futures
contract has now fallen from its mid-summer high
of almost 75 cents per pound to just under 55 cents
on Thursday. The rapid pace of hog slaughters
without a corresponding pickup in demand is
pressuring prices lower. On the week, prices-fell
by more than two cents per pound, or nearly 4%.
We are entering a period seasonally strong
demand around both the Thanksgiving and
Christmas holidays. If demand does not pick up
enough to absorb the supply or if slaughter totals
begin to wane, it could support prices and push
them higher. However, after the holidays, demand
typically drops off sharply. If supply continues to
increase, or even fails to drop off some, it could
pressure prices lower in months to come.


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ALL THAT GLITTERS: Gina Haynes and Rosemary Connor created an elegant table using gold, silver and cream, a color combination that'wtork ft'fr"ny'festive occasionn:
FALL HARVEST: Designer Brooke Wagner of Landon Home combined nuts and fruit.from the gar-
M matchless beauty 7den with crystal, china and sterling silver.


Dress holiday tables in style, using
old and new, upscale and inexpensive


StorybyJENNIFERBUSH
Photeosby CHASMEUVIER
FreedomNewSerMe

Bring out the family heir-
looms, and don't be afraid to
mix patterns and colors when
dressing the table for the holi-
days. Designers agree that
combining antique china and
crystal with more contempo-
rary designs is not only
acceptable, it's chic.
"Take Grandma's pieces
and mix them with new ones
for an updated look," said
designer Riccardo Gigli.


Gigli, a San Francisco-
based designer known for his
luxury tabletops seen on cook-
book covers and TV programs
and at upscale stores such as
Neiman Marcus, said shapes,
texture and color are impor-
tant elements of tabletop
design.
"I love shapes; they create
interest," Gigli said. The
designer often uses octagonal
or wavy-shaped dinner plates
with round or square chargers,
or service plates. Chargers act
as decorative, oversize plates
and are used to add texture,


color or pattern to the table.
"Visually, I like working
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who offers professional
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events.
Gigli introduces natural
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Placemats made of bamboo,
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AN INTIMATE SETTING: Designer Jessica Dreiling dressed a casual Christmas Eve dinner table for


two.
design, he said, "Always use
real linens."
Interior designers Gina
Haynes and Rosemary Connor
paired fine china,, crystal and
sterling silver with inexpen-
sive accessories to create a
glamorous buffet table for a
fund-raiser. The result? A fes-
tive look in gold, silver and
cream.
"Everything doesn't have
to be high-end," Haynes said.
The designers paired a
Baccarat cake plate, Neiman
Marcus dinnerware and crys-
tal stemware with inexpensive
flatware in a gold finish.
Napkin rings were fashioned
from seasonal picks from craft
stores to add sparkle to the
design.
Some people seemed sur-


prised by the mixture of silver
and gold. The combination
could be used through the hol-
iday season, for New Year's
Eve or even an anniversary,
Haynes said.
Designer Brooke Wagner
of Landon Home chose a fall
theme for her tabletop design.
A plethora of gourds, nuts and
berries added a harvest motif.
An oversize centerpiece
created by Urban Gardener
utilized purple hydrangeas,
artichokes and orchids with
dark greenery for the season.
Wagner paired her great-
grandmother's vintage
International sterling silver
flatware with inexpensive ele-
ments such as faux alabaster
candleholders and bracelet-
style napkin rings.


"I tried to be eclectic,"
Wagner said. "Nothing match- 5
es; it's more fun that way." r
Interior designer Jessica
Dreiling used a similar
approach in dressing an inti-
mate setting for a Christmas
Eve dinner for two in a rustic
Tuscan kitchen.
The designer combined :
Napoleon flatware in faux
mother-of-pearl from Neiman
Marcus, Waterford crystal and
Pottery Barn china.
She chose an inexpensive
table runner from Cost Plus
with faux gems and feathered
Christmas trees as accents.
"Don't be afraid to mix
and match," Dreiling said.
"Even if some items are inex-
pensive, you can make the
table look gorgeous."





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Honor Roll for Berryhill


Berryhill Elementary
School is releasing their honor
roll for the 1st Nine Weeks of
the 2007-08 school year.
Congratulations to all those
hard workers!
Third Grade "A":
Adkinson, Jamie;
Bostwick, Trevor; Bramel,
Mallory; Carothers, William;
Combs,Sammy; Coy,
Elizabeth; Hammond, Sydnee;
Helms, Shea; Holmes,
Hannah; Hubley, Levi; Kass,
Ciera; King, Taylor; Lin,
Emily; Locklin, McKinsey;
Lollis, Taylor; Martin, Molli;
Mauch, Jesse; McCreless,
Olivia; McDonald, Kelly;
Nemeroff, Nadia; Newman,
Jeremy; Orman, Alyssa;
Pietsch, Nicholas; Plant,
Layne; Rakhuba, Angela;
Raley, Justin; Thornton, Leah;
Waller, Cassidy; Ward,
Becky;Webb, Payton.
Third Grade "A/B":
Brown, Hannah; Byrd,
Alexis; Cahill, Krystal;
Carnesi, Damien; Chambers,
Sydney; Cobb, Micala; Coe,
Bailey; Costanzo, Jaclyn;
Damron, Austin; Davis,
Stephen; Davis, Will; Dean,
Jason; Dewise, Austin;
Ebbighausen, Derek;
Edwards, Samantha; Foster,
Amber; Goldenpenny,
Hannah; Gora, Emily; Griffis,
Cameron; Jones, Brandon;
Jones, Jacob; Kirton, Ashlee;
Krasnosky, Mackenzie;
Laurant, Tyelyn; Long,
Kaitlyn; Madison, Jerry;
Maloy, Clayton; Motes, Tyler;
Neel, Abbie; Page, Katelyn;
Panzik, Cole; Phillips, Joseph;
Presley, Jordan; Reed, Ashton;
Schieck, Taylor; Schleifer,
Davis; Scott, Skyler; Seeds,
Page; Shoen, Zachary; Smith,
Mary; Stephenson, Patrick;
Stokes, Gabriel; Suggs-
Cleckler, Shelby; Sylvester,
Dayton; Tuesburg, Tiffany;
Wallis, Elijah; Walters, Brett;
Whitehead, Cameron; Willett,
Morgan.
Fourth Grade "A":
Anderson, Hannah;


Barnes, Shiloh; Brewer, Alli;
Britton, Mary Sloan; Collum,
Alicen; Courey, Sarah;
Dawson, Chloe; Drueppel,
Scott; Durbin, Chase;
Covington, Scarlett; Durrence,
Amber; Goodwin, Dusty;
Gordan, Cameron; Jalomo,
Danielle; Johnson, Berkley;
Jones, Dominic; McAnally,
Brenna; Mercer, Brooklyn;
Muhammad, Jamilah;
Nicholson, Jake; Preston,
Tailer; Reed, Skyler;
Ritcheson, Austin; Ruocco,
Jordan; Schulte, Kevin; Sims,
Shelby; Stewart, Alexia;
Walther, Madison; Weatherly,
Katie; Wiedemann, Rayne;
Williams, Noah; Williamson,
Laura.
Fourth Grade "A/B":
Archer, Duncan;
Avenarius, Dylan; Borden,
Jason; Boyett, Lauren;
Brewer, Clay; Brewer, Mary;
Brooks, Tyler; Brown,
Jonathan; Brown, Paige;
Burch, Nicholas; Bursler,
James; Clardy, Hannah; Clark,
Jennifer; Crutchfield, Mary:
Davis, Ashlynne; Dorminey,
Lindsay; Downs, Alexis;
Durbin, Shannon; Ferguson,
Garreth; Filardi, Weiland;
Filardi, Zane; Fleuranvil,
Jasmin; Forrest, Alex; Forte,
Taylor; Fowler, Zachary;
Frazier, Timothy; Gooden,
Alexia; Hancock, Matthew;
Hopkins, Belle; Hughes,
Brennon; Hunt, Hannah; Irby,
Michaela; James, Shelly;
Johnston, Colt; Jones,
Devante; Jones, James;
Jordan, Saige; Joyner, Emily;
Kennedy, Audrie; Kessler,
Matthew; Lambert, Austin;
Leavitt, Damien; Levins,
Kyle; Long, Brandon; Lozano,
Samantha; Merricks, Marquis;
Nelson, Laurie; Obcena,
Hannah; Paul, Leacy; Porter,
Steven; Raught, Paul; Rhodes,
Ashlyn; Rust, Kameron;
Ryan, Keeley; Smith, John;
Smitha, Hunter; Tassin,
Christopher; Thompson,
Daniel; Turner, Daniel; Tusler,
Morgan; Tzagakis, Niko;


Wagstaff, Rebecca; Welch,
Brandon; Wenig, Tarren;
White, Justin; White, Kelsey;
Whitfield, Garrett; Whitley,
Luke; Wright, Bryan.
Fifth Grade "A":
Adams, Kayla; Britton,
Mark Allen; Bryan, Hope;
Cuevas, Ellyn; Daugette,
Devan; Ennis, Kaylee; Evans,
Delaney; Gentry, Sashia;
Green, Jabari; Greene,
Patrick; Harris, Andrew;
Janke, Sage; Lutz, Morgan;
Miller, Shane; Muhammad,
Jamil; Piefer, Chelsea; Pike,
Kristen; Rowell, Miya; Smith,
James; Sparr, Katie; Stankard,
Kally; Stull, Ryian; Walters,
Trevor; Wiscaver, Gavin.
Fifth Grade "A/B":
Adams, Philip; Antijunti,
Kirstin; Bastin, Kayla; Beech,
Cole; Belcher, Tyler; Bowers,
Allyssa; Brown, Breanna;
Buckner, Jordan; Busby,
Shaina; Catone, Alec;
Chambers, Amanda; Chism,
Brittany; Cockrell, Dustin;
Dillon, Ryan; Draughn,
Dillon; Faircloth, Kyra;
Gallagher, Katie; Gardner,
Jackson; Gregg, Kayla;
Hardage, Wendy; Henderson,
Lauren: Hernandez, Michael;
Holsti, Caleb; Hughes, Tyler;
Ioakim, Brittany; loakim,
Christa; Jernigan, Kandace;
Johnson, Aaliyah; Karabin,
Glenn; Kelley, Breanna;
Kissinger, Sheldon; Lunsford,
Stephen; Martin, Elaine;
McDaniel, Reilly; Mikas,
Tiffany; Moulder, Daniel;
Newman, Jordan; Olivet,
McKenna; Peaden, Cole;
Peaden, Brice; Peake, Noah;
Pfister, Stefan; Piefer, Ashley;
Pollard, Morgan; Pursell,
Morgan; Ramirez-Shaner,
Africa; Ray, Robert; Rogers,
Hunter; Rollins, Drake; Scott,
Cecily; Shepard, Austin;
Spears, Matthew; Vance,
Haleigh; Waller, Kaity; Webb,
Alexis; Weekley, Dominique;
Wenig, Tyrie; Williams,
Aunna; Williams, Neena;
Woods, Lindsey.


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Church Directo


Attend te church of your


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


PACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PCUSA


4587 Woodbine Road
Pace, FL 32571
Ph 995-4553


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


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


.. _First United Methodist
"T 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 Godo
|4645 School Lane Pace, FL 32571
S 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

SCommitted to excellence ?- . r.. J-sus.
Come grow with us

BC
Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church
- Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987) ,', ,
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:00 pm
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm - '
Preschool - All Services '
8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton* r '.'* ..... 'r .:;r rr ., p .
Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama * Children & Youth Ministries and lots more!


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Munson Hwy., Milton
-Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy 164)
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

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


9475 Hwy. 197, Chumuckla
-Elizabeth Chapel United
Methodist
Church
8008 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-lst 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


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


EPISCOPAL St Mary's
CHURCH Mary's
,Episcopal Church
" !- - The Rev. John Wallace
* Services:
, / Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
6849 Oak Streetednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nurseryprovided for Sunday service
Phone (850) 623-2905 www.stmarysmilton.comr o
"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 Chr..i
5300 Hwy 90
994-6088


Sunday
Bible Study 9am
- orshop 10am & 6pm
'.'. ,. ,iesday Snack & Study
5:15pm


Restoring 1st Century Christianity in the 21st Century


Celebrate with us!

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

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


Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


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


994-4310


www.PaceCommunityChurch.com


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

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


Ronnie Christian
Pastor


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

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


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


W' qDs-it fIPrzZ tvrian (Zwian
5203 Elmira Street
Milton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten

623-2510

Sunday School: 9:45 Worship: 11am


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Local



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Whiting Field honors
local Veterans Naval Air
Station Whiting Field, FL -
Naval Air Station Whiting
Field, in partnership with
Covenant Hospice. spent the
week preceding Veterans
Day honoring elderly veter-
ans in local care homes. The
visits served as the capstone
to a month-long endeavor by
Covenant Hospice to pay
tribute to veterans residing in
assisted living facilities and
homes for Alzheimer's
patients within their support


network.
Ens. Erik Peterson. 2nd
Lt. William Spurlock. and
2nd Lt. Justin Vaughan. all
flight students at the base,
volunteered for the project,
traveling to 13 facilities in
northwest Florida and honor-
ing more than three hundred
veterans.
Ceremonies conducted at
each facility paid tribute to
veterans who served as early
as World War II, including
several female Sailors who
were stationed at NAS


Pensacola as administrative
and personnel officers. The
officers began each ceremo-
ny by leading the Pledge of
Allegiance and reciting the
President's Veterans Day
Proclamation. Next, they
presented each veteran with
a personalized certificate of
appreciation and a commen-
dation pin provided by
Covenant Hospice.
Many were nostalgic and
even tearful as the officers
fastened their commendation
pins and shook their hands.


"That's the first time I've
shaken a Marine's hand since
the Korean War." reminisced
one veteran who proudly
wore a Semper Fi sweatshirt.
While the ceremonies
focused primarily on veter-
ans of foreign wars, those
who stayed behind to sup-
port the hpme-front were
also praised. Charlotte
Bennett, a Clinical Manager
at Covenant Hospice's
Milton branch, commended
these men and women.
"You were mothers and


fathers, husbands and wives.
brothers and sisters, and son-
and daughters who kept
those home fires burnin.-
while your loved ones were
in a dangerous place. You
made sure they were able to.'
come home to a wonderful
place when the job was fir.-
ished."
Courtney Cook, a volun-
teer manager for Covenant
Hospice, thanked Whiting
Field's efforts.
"It means so much to our
veteran patients that these


f f t i c r
tuok paut in
honoring them. They did a
fantastic job and gave our
veterans the respect and trib-
ute they deserve."


Emergency response receives grant


Santa Rosa County's
Community Emergency
Response Team Receives
$1,000 Grant
-Lowe's donates funds to
volunteer disaster response
group-
Lowe's Charitable and
Educational Foundation has
awarded a $1.000 grant to
the Santa Rosa County's vol-
unteer Community
Emergency Response Team
(CERT), as part of their
grand opening celebration of
store #2715 in Pea Ridge on
October 18. CERT will use
the grant to purchase needed
equipment, supplies and
services including the print-
ing of education materials.
The new store in Santa Rosa
County also represents an
investment of more than
$18.5 million for Lowe's
Companies, Inc. offering up
to 175 new jobs for local res-
idents.
"Lowe's is committed to
being a good neighbor in
each community we enter,"
said Brian faines, store
manager at the Lowe's of


Milton. "One Grand Grants
provide a wonderful oppor-
tunity for our store teams to
contribute to a local project
or organization that means a
lot to us, and this grant rec-
ognizes the valuable service
CERT gives back to Santa
Rosa County."
Since its inception in
1957, Lowe's Charitable and
Educational Foundation has
helped communities nation-
wide through employee vol-
unteerism and financial con-
tributions. In 2006, the
Foundation supported com-
munity and education proj-
ects across the country
through grants totaling more
than $15 million.
"Lowe's generous contri-
bution will allow us to con-
tinue assisting the citizens of
Santa Rosa County to pre-
pare for, respond to, and
recover from disasters, be
they natural, technological,
or manmade," explained
Thomas Doherty, President
and Chairman of Navarre
CERT, Inc. He continued,
�'As part of Santa Rosa


County CERT, we work
hand-in-hand with the coun-
ty's department of emer-
gency management and its
emergency operations center
in meeting the challenges we
all face from potential disas-
ters."
The CERT program, a
part of Citizen Corps, helps
train people to be better pre-
pared to respond to emer-
gency situations in their
communities. When emer-
gencies happen, CERT mem-
bers can give critical support
to first responders, provide
immediate assistance to vic-
tims, and organize sponta-
neous volunteers at a disaster
site. -CERT members can
also help with non-emer-
gency, projects that help
improve the safety of the
community. The CERT
course is taught in the com-
munity by a trained team of
first responders and includes
disaster preparedness, fire
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war. VA has expanded bene-
fits to all former POWs with
strokes and certain common
heart diseases in addition to
over a dozen other diseases
already covered. There may
also be benefits for the sur-
viving spouse. VA estimates
over 25,000 former POWs
are alive today and VA wants
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Others
Pensacola Junior College
& Gulf. Coast Community
College awarded $480,000
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2008, Pensacola Junior
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gram after a seven year gap.
Gulf Coast Community
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City, is partnering with PJC
to open a satellite program
on the Warrington Campus
in Pensacola. They received
the news last week that they
were awarded $480,000
from the state to get the pro-
gram off the ground. "This
initiative is evidence of what
two Northwest Florida com-
munity colleges can accom-
plish by combining


Since many of these
POW veterans have "service
numbers" (which are not
their SSN) it is difficult for
VA to track down those who
have not been in contact with
VA in recent years. If you
know a former POW, please
ask him or her to contact VA
at 1-800-827-1000 or a
Service Officer.
POWs detained for 30
days or more service-con-
nected disabilities include:
avitaminosis, beriberi,


awarded
resources to meet communi-
ty workforce needs which in
turn meet the healthcare
needs of our citizens," said
Dr. Tom Delaino, PJC
President. "This is a perfect
example of what can happen
when creative people with
bold ideas make a significant
impact in the world around
them," said Dr. Jim Kerley,
GCCC President.
"Collaboration with our
community and our sister
schools is a high priority for
GCCC, and we welcome this
grand opportunity."
The SUCCEED Florida
grant will be shared by both
colleges and program coordi-
nators are ready to put the
final pieces into place. Both
colleges were interested 'in
the partnership from the


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SATURDAY

November 17, 2007

Section D


Five sign

scholarships

on early date
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
Early signing period was
very busy in Santa Rosa
County with five young people
putting their names on the dot-
ted lines to play college sports.
The big winner as far as
colleges go was the University
of West Florida, who signed to
baseball players from Pace
High School - Ryan Sorce and
Weston Bragg, while the SEC
signed two players itself.
Jay's Brandt Hendricks
signed a baseball scholarship
to pitch for the University of
Alabama, while Pace's Haley
Millsap signed a scholarship
to play golf at the University
of Mississippi.
The other signee on the
day was Pace's Brittany
Dowdle who will move back
towards her Jacksonville home
as she committed to play soft-
ball for the University of
North Florida next season.
Pace's four commitments
was probably one of the
biggest in the area as far 'as
numbers go and it was recog-
nized by Pace principal Frank
Lay.
"This is certainly a big
day for us here at Pace," said
Lay. "It is definitely an excit-
ing day to be a Patriot.
"These young people have
not only excelled in athletics,
but academically as well or
they would not be here today."
For Sorce and Bragg the
University of West Florida
didn't shy away from any
health issues or possible con-
cerns.
"I was getting a lot of calls
and schools interested in me in
the beginning," said Sorce,
whose older brother, Chris,
now pitches at Pensacola
Junior College. "But after my
surgery the only school that
was still talking to me was
UWF."
During the summer Sorce
had a surgery to remove his
first rib on the left side of his
body after it was causing a cir-
culation problem.
Sorce is now back in form
and getting ready for the sea-
son ahead.
"I feel like I am throwing
better than I ever had," said
Sorce. "My arm is definitely
feeling much better than it did
over the summer."
For Bragg he is very
familiar with the doctor after
having four different surgeries
- arm, ankle twice, and mouth.
See SIGNING Page 6D


Jay HS Baseball
Signed with:
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Ryan Sorce
Pace HS Baseball
Signed with:
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Millsap gets her reward


N Golfing is

her passion
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Some look at Haley
Millsap and think this Pace
senior is a machine when it
comes to the game of golf.
But she is just like any
other fun-loving teenager
except golfing is not a hobby-
it is her passion.
Millsap doesn't know
when to leave the course
except for when it becomes
dark.
"I have to go golfing," said
Millsap, who earned a silver
medal at the 2006 FHSAA
Girls 3A State Golf
Tournament. "I wake up early
so I can go.
"It is not something I have
to do it is something I want to
do. I like 'working on my
game."
A typical day for this
golfer starts at 5:45 when she
wakes up to get ready for
school and the day part ends at
2:15 p.m. That is when she
realizes she has 30 minutes to
get to the course, when she
gets home after dark it is time
for her schoolwork.
"I have teachers wanting
me to stay after school at
times to do make-up work and
other stuff," said Millsap. "But
I remind them I have to get to
the course and work on my
game while there is still day-
light left."
Millsap loves the game- so
much she has gave up softball
after her sophomore year and
then decided not to play bas-
ketball her senior year.
"I love being with my
teammates, but I have been
going like crazy," said
Millsap. "It is just the fact that
my love for golf exceeds any-
thing else.
"I love team sports, but it
is not fair to my teammates for
me to be at a game and have
my mind on something or be
somewhere else; it just would-
n't be fair to them."
Millsap will be playing in
a tournament this weekend
and has one more planned
later this year along with a few
scrambles for fun.
So what does the Ole Miss
signee do for fun away from
the golf course?
"I like to go out with
friends and mess around," said
Millsap after a long pause. "I
just can't see myself staying


Pace's Haley Millsap saw her passion for the game of golf gel ils just rewards on Wednesday as she
signed a letter of intent to play golf next year at the University of Mississippi. Millsap, who is focus-
ing on golf this year, will play in two more tournaments before the end of the year.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


away from the golf course that
long."
Over the summer Millsap
has worked to refine her swing
and it has shown this golf sea-
son.
Now she hopes to be a cog
in what is a very successful
team at the University of
Mississippi.
"Coach (Michele
Drinkard) is wanting to devel-
op a very competitive team
and I am glad she feels I can


be a part of that," said Millsap.
"I hope my hard work will pay
off and I can be a part of her
developing a successful pro-
gram with the golfers we sign
while I am there."
So does Millsap ever see
herself playing on television?
"That would be a dream
come true for me,' said
Millsap. "But I have to take
care of what I can control
today and see what happens
then."


It is that attitude that
makes this golfer so success-
ful as she led the state tourna-
ment the past two years after
the first day.
"I never beat myself on
the course the girls beat me,"
said Millsap. "They deserve
all the credit for that, but I did
my best and played within
myself.
"I wanted to win the tour-
nament, but finishing second
See MILLSAP Page 6D


Childhood dream comes


true for Jay's Hendricks


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
Brandt Hendricks is one
of the most softspoken young
men you would ever meet, but
behind that devilish grin is
someone you don't want to
meet on the field of athletics.
Hendricks, who is a three-
sport letterman at Jay High
School, signed on Wednesday
to pitch at the University of
Alabama.
"When you are a kid you
dream of playing high school
sports and in high school it
goes to college," said
Hendricks. "Now I get to live
out that dream and who knows
where it could go from there."
Some think it could
involve a professional baseball
career as some are looking a
drafting Hendricks, but he
isn't thinking about that now.
"I don't know or want to
think about that," said
Hendricks. "If it happens it


17 .

Brandt Hendricks, who is the quarterback of Ihe Royals football
team, has signed a baseball scholarship to pitch at the University
of Alabama.


happens.
"I am just going to do the
best that I can wherever I am."
Right now Hendricks is
very successful on the football
field for the Jay Royals as the
quarterback of a football team
entering the playoffs for the


ess Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
first time since 2002 and when
the season ends he will lace up
his basketball shoes.
So why not football or
another sport?
"I love football, but I feel
that I really excel at baseball,"
See BRANDT Page 6D


Jay's Leely Trevino qualified for this week-
end's state cross country meet after posting a
15th place finish at the regional meet.


Jay runs its



way to state

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
Students at Jay High School will log a lot of
miles this weekend.
While the football team will be traveling to
Mayo, Florida, the cross-country team will be in
Dade City, Florida.
The boys' squad advances to the state meet
after finishing third at Saturday's regional meet in
Tallahassee at Miccosukee Park.
Jay scored 124 points to finish behind defend-
ing state champion Maclay who won with 41 points
and P.K. Yonge with 93.
Leading the way for Jay was freshman James
Whitehead, who ran a personal best of 17:07, to fin-
ish ninth, while Drew Kennedy also broke the top
15 with a time of 17:20.
This will be the first time ever Jay's boys have
qualified for the state meet.
"It was a great accomplishment for the guys
Saturday," said Jay's boys coach Teresa Hendricks.
"The guys felt good even though it had warmed up
on the course before their run.
"They knew this would be history that they
were making so I told them to suffer through less
than 20 minutes of pain for a year of pride."
The top 15 automatically transfer to the state
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Nov. 18
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Nov. 18 Nov. 17 Nov. 16 Season
Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla.. Champion
Ford Ford ' Ford Frank
400 300 200 Kimmell


Haas gets 24 months
Gene Haas was sentenced to ning in 2008.
24 months in federal prison' At a sentencing hearing
today for conspiring to cheat the Monday, a judge ordered Haas to
government out of millions of report to federal court Jan. 14,
dollars in taxes owed by his when he'" will be transported to
company, the Ventura County prison.
Star reported Tuesday. "Mr. Haas has now paid the
At the request of Haas' government more than twice the
lawyers, the judge recommend- amount of taxes he attempted to
ed the owner of Oxnard-based avoid paying," U.S. Attorney
Haas Automation Inc. undergo Thomas P. O'Brien said in a
treatment for drugs and alcohol, statement.
Haas is the owner for the "This huge monetary penal-
Nos. 66 and 70 Haas CNC ty, as well as the two-year prison
Racing stock cars in the Nextel term, should reassure law-abid-
Cup Series. Jeremy Mayfield, ing citizens that tax evasion can
who recently replaced Jeff Green and will be rooted out, and that
in the No. 66, and Johnny Sauter there are significant ramifica-
are the team's drivers. Scott tions for those who attempt to
Riggs will replace Sauter, begin- cheat the government," he said.

Will Petty join GEM?


George Gillett Jr. speaks
with a sense of awe whenever he
mentions the name of Richard
Petty.
"There is a little tremble in
my voice when I talk to him,"
Gillett said Sunday at Phoenix
International Raceway. "He is
The King -- and that's not a title
somebody gave him, it's some-
thing he earned."
Gillett, who took over major-
ity ownership of what is now
known as Gillett Evernham
Motorsports on Aug. 6, has been
involved in talks with Petty for
months about possibly incorpo-
rating Petty Enterprises into his


Riding the

Bubble
Driver Dave Blaney
Owner: Bill Davis
Points: 2724
Points out of 34th: 11
Points ahead of 36th: 136
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty


Glen Wood
James Rocco
Dietrich Mateschitz


new racing operation. Those
talks aren't really ongoing at the
moment; but they aren't dead,
either, according to both parties.
Gillet said Sunday that he's
still willing to listen if The King
wants to hold court. Earlier, Petty
said that he's still willing to listen
to anyone who might help better
his family-owned business -- but
not at the price of giving up the
"family-owned" portion of it.
Gillett pointed out that GEM
will continue a business relation-
ship with Petty Enterprises that
began before he assumed majori-
ty control of the company from
Ray Evemham.


Dave Blaney
Driver
Johnny Sauter
Kyle Petty


Bill Elliott
Scott Riggs
Brian Vickers


Points
2854
2735


2588
2454
2314


Homestead-Biffle Speedway

0 Roush-Fenway driver could win his fourth race in a row at Miami


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
The debate is underway as the season finale approaches, Sunday
at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Will Jimmie Johnson win his fifth race in a row to close out the
season with 11 wins overall?
Will Dale Eamhardt Jr. end his drought this season and leave
Dale Eamhardt, Inc., as a winner?
Or will Greg Biffle extend his winning streak at Homestead to
four in a row?
The one feeling the most pressure about Sunday is probably
Biffle's new crew chief, Greg Erwin, who took over for Pat Tryson
this past May.
Erwin has the confi-
dence in what his driver
can do, but that doesn't
keep him from feeling the
pressure to win despite
winning this past October -.
in Kansas.
"There is the pressure
that you have going there,
certainly what you put on '. "
yourself," said Erwin. "
"Greg's three-for-three at
Homestead so everybody
will be looking at you as a ... -
guy that will potentially
get the job done over the
weekend.
"Honestly, I wish I
could sit here and say that
we were a little bit more
on a roll with our mile- .
and-a-half program. But ... .
other than how that : .'
Kansas race shook out for
us, I've been less than
impressed with our mile-
and-a-half performance at
Charlotte, Texas, and
Atlanta."
Sunday in Phoenix,
Biffle and Erwin seemed
to find a working combi-
nation as they finished
second to Johnson.
But it wasn't an easy- .
race for them as at one
point of the race Biffle
was as far back as 26th in
the Ford Fusion. ,
"I struggled all qay f
with the car not turning
and then loose if," said
Biffle following the race. '-
"We just kept doing air -
pressure and wedge
adjustments and all kinds
of different things.
"At the end we got
onto something I wish we
would have done at the


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Facts


2006 Pole Winner
Jeff Gordon - 134.464 mph
2006 Race Winner
Kevin Harvick - 91.131 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Rusty Wallace - 134.718 mph
(2000)
Track Race Record
Tony Stewart - 118.132 mph
(1999)
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beginning instead and felt we may have won this thing."
On the final restart Biffle was seventh and ended up running out
of laps as he was closing in on Johnson.
So what makes Biffle such a strong driver at Homestead-Miami
Speedway?
"It is just one of those places that must fit his driving style,
whether it's the way the banking is or the way the comers are laid
out. I think you see that throughout the garage area, how there's guys
that just tend to always dominate at certain places," said Erwin.
"Rusty Wallace dominated at Bristol and Martinsville, look at how
well Kevin Harvick's ran historically at Phoenix, and Richmond, and
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"I don't think
there's anything about
the cars or the setups. As
much information as I
can get my hands on
over the last couple of
races there for him, he's
won there with a couple
of different setups. So I
think there is something
that must just fit his
comfort level and his
driving style."
Sunday the most
critical thing for Erwin
is how the car maintains
grip.
"What's happened
to our cars over the last
few weeks, we tend to
start off pretty strong at
the start of the race,"
said Erwin. "It seems
that we get our setups
really good when the
tracks are a little cooler,
when the cars tend to be
fast.
"When they're by
themselves, they tend to
qualify really well. But
it seems as if we have
any pit road miscues or
problems on pit road or
mechanical issues that
set us back in traffic, our
car loses grip a little bit."
Erwin is hoping a
practice strategy will
change all of that.
"We are going to
work really hard on
making a good long run
on half a fuel run in
Happy Hour to make
sure that as the tires go
away, the car stays dri-
-able for him," said
Erwin. "We have strug-
gled with that a little
bit."


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ARCA Final Standings
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Michael McDowell -250
3. Dexter Bean -815
4. Justin Allgaier -855
5. Justin Marks -910
6. Phillip McGilton -960
7. Patrick Sheltra -1,090
8. Justin South -1,325
9. Bryan Silas -1,570
10. Josh Krug -1,625


After Checker Auto Parts 500 After Arizona Travel 200 After Casino Arizona 150
Driver Behind Driver Behind Driver Be
1. Jimmie Johnson Leader 1. Carl Edwards Leader 1. Mike Skinner Lea
2. Jeff Gordon -86 2. David Reutimann -571 2. Ron Hornaday -29
3. Clint Bowyer -241 3. Jason Leffler -765 3. Travis Kvapil -45
4. Kyle Busch -387 4. Kevin Harvick -772 4. Todd Bodine -46
5. Tony Stewart -403 5. David Ragan -970 5. Johnny Benson -4W
6. Mattt Kenseth -469 6. Bobby Hamilton, Jr. -1,115 6. Rick Crawford -5C
7. Kevin Harvick -479 7. Stephen Leicht -1,197 7. Ted Musgrave -79
8. Jeff Burton -483 8. Marcos Ambrose -1,297 8. Matt Crafton -93
9. Carl Edwards -505 9. Greg Biffle -1,324 9. Jack Sprague -97
10. Kurt Busch -516 10. Matt Kenseth -1,329 10. Erik Darnell -1,0


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Pelicans to offer


winter academy


Milton Skate Park:
The Milton Skate Park
will be closed tem-
porarily for mainte-
nance and landscaping
upkeep through Nov.
19.
Referees needed:
City of Milton Parks
and Recreation is in
need of youth basket-
ball referees.
The season will get
underway the first
weekend in January.
For more informa-
tion call 983-5466.
Pace Youth
Basketball League
evaluation: Evaluation
for the Pace Youth
Basketball League will
be held Nov. 17 from 8
a.m to 1 p.m. at the
Pace High Gym.
A draft will follow
the evaluation session
for the various age
groups.
All players must
attend their respective
time slots.
For more infoma-
tion call 995-3676 or
995-3610.
East Milton Youth
Basketball: The East
Milton Youth
Association will offer
basketball this season.
Young people agest
four to 18 can play.
Registration will
get underway Nov. 15
at the EAst Milton
Recreational Park from
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and


The Pelicans Training
Academy is gearing up for the
high school spring baseball
season with the second annual
High School Winter Training
Program.
This program is designed
to assist prospective high
school players to get a jump-
start on the pre-season work-
outs and to better prepare
them for'their school try-outs
in January. The program is
formatted to operate similar
to professional spring train-
ing. Practices will be con-
ducted at Washington High
School and the Pelicans
Training Academy on Davis
Highway.
All high school players
are welcome to participate in
the six-week program, which
begins this Saturday, Nov. 17


at noon at Washington High
School.
In addition to the included
11 practices, participants have
the opportunity to be invited to
play on the 2008 Pensacola
Pelicans Summer Showcase
Team.
Instructors are former and
current professional players
including Andrew Salvo (New
York Mets, Pelicans), Nate
Espy (Philadelphia Phillies),
Hunter Vick (Tampa Bay
Devil Rays, Pelicans), and
Todd Androsko (Pelicans, El
Paso Diablos).
Interested athletes can
register by calling coach and
lead instructor Andrew Salvo
at 776-4344 or by visiting [
http://www.pelicanstraininga-
cademy.com ]www.peli-
canstrainingacademy.com.


will continue every
Tuesday and Thursday
through Dec. 15.
Saturday registra-
tion will be from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more informa-
tion call 626-8265 or
207-0661.
Milton Boys
Soccer Fundraider:
The Milton High
School Boys Soccer
programs is selling
Pecan Smoked Boston
Butts.
These would be a
perfect items with the
upcoming holiday sea-
sons ahead.
You get the glory,
we do the work.
The cost is $25 each
and delivery is
December 9.
To order or for more
information call 623-
1036 or 501-6620.
Cowpatty Bingo:
The Milton Softball
Booster Club has
extended selling tickets
until Nov. 16 for their
Cowbatty Bingo.
For more informa-
tion or to purchase
tickets call 982-9785.
Milton Youth
Bask etball :
Registration for Milton
Youth Basketball will
get underway Nov. 1.
Registration will run
. from noon to 8 p.m. ech
day and will end on
Dec. 1 or when the
teams are full.


A special Saturday
registration will be on
Nov. 17 from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
All registration is at
the Milton Community
Center and is open to
boys and girls grades
kindergarten through
eighth.,
For more informa-
tion call 983-5466.
"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
member team and $400
for an eight member
team.
Prizes will be
awarded for raising the
most money, frame
bowl challenges and
first, second, and third
place.
Each member of the
last ,place team will
take home a frozen
turkey!


Sports


Do you have sports-related news or

information you would like to see published

in the Press Gazette? If so, send it to us at:

sports @ srpressgazette.com


Lane sponsors will
have their business
name and information
displayed on a lane
banner.
Visit the SREF web-
s i t ' e
www.santarosa.kl 2.fl.u
s/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 memberships and is
designed to conduct
nationally ranked tour-
naments on courses
throughout Florida,
Georgia, South Carolina,
and Alabama.
For more information
or to register for the
tournament visit their
website at www.hjgt.org.
More activities can
be found at
www.srpressgazette.com
. Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check
on activities by zip code
or activity. And you are
also more than welcome
to enter your events
there as well.


Fish and Wildlife


meet in Key Largo

The Florida Fish and facilities or while away
Wildlife Conservation from those facilities.
Commission (FWC) will Concerning marine
meet at the Marriott Key issues on Thursday,
Largo Dec. 5-6. Commissioners will review
Commissioners will and discuss a series of draft
consider final approval of rule proposals from the
the Florida Manatee FWC's Spiny Lobster
Management Plan during Advisory Board. The
the Wednesday (Dec. 5) board's proposals include
session. If the plan pass- ending the spiny lobster
es, it will mark the first trap reduction schedule,
time the FWC has had a allowing commercial lob-
comprehensive manage- ster trappers to place their
ment plan that lays out all traps in the water the day
the realistic measures the after the two-day sport sea-
state can take to nurture the son, allowing two different
species away from the spiny lobster endorsement
threat of extinction. The holders to pull traps from
plan also includes measur- the same. vessel, reverting
able goals for the mana- trap certificates not paid
tee's recovery, for to the FWC after two
Also up for considera- years instead of three and
tion on Wednesday are prohibiting the harvest of
rules to reclassify mana- any egg-bearing females of
tees from endangered to all lobster species.
threatened on the state's Also, the Commission
imperiled species list. will review and discuss a
Commissioners also proposed rule that would
will hear an update on a modify the legal dimen-
proposed management plan sions for black sea bass
and associated rules con- traps to allow more flexi-
cerning the bald eagle ability in the size and shape
Wednesday. Final action of these traps.
on those proposals will In other marine fish-
take place at a later meet- series actions,
ing. Commissioners will review
Wednesday's agenda and discuss the proposed
also includes consideration Division of Marine
of the 1,148-acre Dunham Fisheries Management
Ranch in Polk County as a work plan for 2008-09 and
mitigation park and acqui- ways to better incorporate
sition of the 1,652-acre FWC input into the federal
Lucky L Ranch in Osceola fisheries management
County as an addition to process.
the Three Lakes Wildlife The Commission also
Management Area. will consider various fed-
During Thursday's ses- eral fisheries management
sion, the first item of busi- issues, including manage-
ness is election of the ment alternatives for
Commission's new chair- Atlantic gag grouper and
man and vice chairman for vermilion snapper and Gulf
2008. gag and red grouper,
After that, amberjack and gray trig-
Commissioners will con- gerfish.
sider final adoption of The Marriott Key
rules that will place the Largo is at Mile Marker
FWC's due process proce- 104 on the Overseas
dures and delegations of Highway, and FWC meet-
authority in the Florida ings are open to the public.
Administrative Code and The meeting will convene
make them more available at 8:30 a.m. both days.
to the public. Anyone requiring spe-
In addition, the cial accommodation to take
Thursday agenda includes part in the meeting due to a
final action on captive disability can arrange
wildlife regulation propos- assistance by calling 850-
als. This includes bonding 488-6411 at least five days
for exhibition of venomous in advance. Hearing- or
reptiles and other financial speech-impaired persons
responsibilities or bonding can arrange assistance by
for exhibition of Class I calling 850-488-9542.
wildlife, which are consid- The complete agenda is
ered potentially dangerous. available at
The rules also require pro- MyFWC.com/commis-
cedures for reporting ani- sion/2007/DecO7/index.ht
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Pace's Ryan Sorce signed to play baseball at the University of West Florida while his parents as Pace
Principal Frank Lay and Pace Baseball Coach Charlie Warner look on.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Signings

Continued From Page One
"After I broke my ankle
playing baseball I have been a
little more conscious of what
might happen," said Bragg.
"But I am excited about the
opportunity I have and what
lies ahead.
"I feel like I am being
given a chance at the next
level to play the game I really
love."
Pace Head Coach Charlie
Warner is definitely very
proud of his players and the
opportunity ahead of them.
"Ryan has pitched in the
state tournament for us twice,"
said Warner. "And Weston is
another strong player who I
see doing great things in his
playing career.
"We are very proud of
what they have accomplished
today and look forward to
seeing a lot more from them
in the future."
Another player on the
diamond is going home sort
of to take the field for the
University of North Florida.
Dowdle, a shortstop for
the Lady Patriots, received
great praises from her coach,
Curtis Williams.
"I think Brittany is not
just an outstanding softball.
prospect, but probably the
strongest softball prospect in


the region," said Williams.
"She has been a tremendous
player for us here and she
will continue to contribute
for North Florida when she
arrives there."
North Florida is a very
familiar place for Dowdle,
who has attended camp there
for the past three summers.
"I got to know Coach
Sonja (Wilmoth) and got real
interested in the program by
talking to her," said Dowdle.
"I like the way she coaches
and the way they play the
game."
Dowdle, who will be
entering her third year at
Pace has been challenged as
her and her family have
moved about every two years
due to her fathers involve-
ment in the military.
"I knew we would have
to make that change every
couple of years, but I
enjoyed the challenge and
done it," said Dowdle. "I
went on some college visits
and felt like it couldn't get
any better than being at
North Florida."
The bigger schools also
got involved as signing with
the University of Mississippi
was a dream come true for
Millsap.
"I have always wanted to


play golf in the SEC and now
I get my chance," said
Millsap. "I love the game of
golf and can't see myself
doing anything other than
that and I am glad to have the
opportunity to work on my
game."
Millsap, who basically
turns out the lights each
evening at Stonebrook Golf
Club, plays golf because she
wants to, not because she has
to.
"I have to go golfing,"
said Millsap. "When it is
raining I want it to quit so
back so I can go play golf."
Millsap's love for golf is
hard to match, but Jay's
Brandt Hendricks pretty
much has the same passion
for baseball.
"Every young kid dreams
at one point or another about
playing baseball when they
get older," said Hendricks. "I
get to live out my dream
playing in college and I am
looking forward to it.
The three-sport star at
Jay is enjoying a rather suc-
cessful senior year.
"This has been a dream
year and it all started last
season with the baseball
team," said Hendricks. "This
is just one of those feelings
you don't want to end."


Pace's Weston Bragg signed to play baseball at the University of West Florida while his parents as
Pace Principal Frank Lay and Pace Baseball Coach Charlie Warner look on.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Pace's Haley Millsap signed to play golf at the University of Mississippi while her family, friends and '*
along with Pace Principal Frank Lay and Pace Golf Coach Becky King look on.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin '


Millsap


Continued From Page On e
in the state of Florida is a
good accomplishment."
The only difference for
Millsap next year is she
will not have her familiar
traveling companion with
her, her mother Johanna.
"She has done so much
for me as far as traveling,
driving and everything,"
said Millsap. "Next year
is definitely going to be a
change for me.
"But I have been fortu-
nate to get a lot of support


from my parents, grand-
parents, and my entire
family so I could play golf
as much as I do."
So was Ole Miss her
first choice to play golf?
"They were right up
there," said Millsap, who,
will still not say who she
was contacted by. "I want-
ed to play in the SEC so
that eliminated a lot
teams.
"But as girls signed
and committed that also
changed things and what


jainics WVlileliead h.ad a pad, ol riunicr-. iat he Cobb Initational
Cross Country Meet earlier this year at Jay High School.


schools were available,
but I am very pleased with
my good fortune."
Ironically she wanted
to follow in the footsteps
of Robin Cook who she
got to see get her SEC
ring during a football
game she attended at
Auburn.
"I grew up an Auburn
fan and wanted to follow
in Robin's footsteps," said
Millsap. "But things
change and I am happy
with those changes."


Jay

Continued From Page One
meet, which is how Jay's
Leeley Trevino advanced as
an individual with her time of
21:31.
Overall the Lady Royals,
who finished seventh, was 12
points away from qualifying
for state themselves.
"We ran our best race of
the year," said Jay girls coach
Becky Holley. "I am so proud
of our girl's for finishing off
our season with such enthusi-
asm and determination.
"I had given them all a
time to run as a goal and
almost all of them met their
goal."
But it wasn't all smiles
for Jay as Robin Blackman
twisted her ankle on the first
curve and then again at the
one mile mark as she finished
71st overall with a time of
26:11.
"Robin has been our
number three or four runner
the last couple of races, but
she twisted her ankle," said
Holley. "The big thing is she
continued running and fin-
ished strong which showed a
lot of courage and determina-
tion on her part."


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Pace's Brittany Dowdle signed to play softball at the University of North Florida while her family,
friends along with Pace Principal Frank Lay and Pace Softball Coach Curtis Williams and former
softball coach Susan Williams look on.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


jay's Brandt Hendricks signed to play baseball at the University of Alabama while his family and
Royals Baseball Coach Jorey and former baseball coach Terry Diamond look on.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Brandt


Continued From Page One
said Hendricks. "I have been
playing all three sports since I
was little, but baseball is the
game for me."
This year has been a
d-eam for Hendricks starting
when the Royals baseball
team advanced to Sarasota for
the final four.
"This has been a year I
will never forget with the suc-
cess we had last season and
what we are doing in football
this year," said Hendricks. "I
though we would have a good


year, but this has been awe-
some.
"I hope we can continue
this in basketball and on to
another trip to the final four in
baseball."
Athleticism is something
that runs in the Hendricks
family and this generation
being led by Brandt will be
continuing with brother and
teammate Rush and sister
Tessa, who plays softball and
basketball.
"I don't know where we
get it from," said Brandt. "We


have always seemed to
excelled at sports.
"We weren't pushed to
play, but we were given every
opportunity to participate."
So what led him to change
his blue to the crimson of
Alabama?
"This was the best fit for
me," said Hendricks. "I talked
to a lot of coaches and
schools, but when I looked at
everything Alabama offered
me what I was looking for and
what I would be comfortable
with."


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, I 2007. for Santa Rosa County, man, Judge of the Circuit estate on
\Florida, at the Santa Rosa Court in and for Santa notice is r
S NTCLERK OF COURT County Courthouse, 6865 Rosa County Florida, at must file
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- Caroline Street, Milton, FL the Santa kosa County court WITI
IDA 32570, on the 13th day of Courthouse, 6865 Caroline MONTHS
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL December. 2007 at 2:00 Street, Milton, FL 32570, THE FIRS
By: Lisa Taylor p.m. You must either ap- on the 13th day of Decem- THIS NOT
ANNOUNCEMENTS Deputy Clerk pear on the date and at ber, 27, at m. TER THE
020 Fthe ti me specified or send You must either appear A COPY (
1 . 102707 a written response to the on the date and at the THEM.
1100 - Legal Advertising 110307 Court prior to that time. time specified or send a All other
1110 - Classified Notices 111007 written response to the dent and
1120 - Public Notices/ 111707 YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR Court prior to that time. claims oi
Announcements 10/1172 OR RESPOND SHALL BE decedent's
TREATED AS A CONSENT YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR claims wit1
1130- Adoptions - TO TERMINATION OF PA- OR RESPOND SHALL BE MONTHS
1140 - Happy Ads Legal 10/1183 RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU TREATED AS A CONSENT THE FIRS
1150 - Personals SHALL PERMANENTLY TO TERMINATION OF PA- THIS NOTI
1160- Lost NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU ALL C
1170ALE T Y CE K F CIRCUIT AS A PARENT TO THE SHALL PERMANENTLY WITHIN
1170 - Found COURT CIR CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS SET FOI
--e TION FOR TERMINATION AS A PARENT TO THE 733.702
Notice is hereby given that the OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- PROBATE
- undersigned, Mary M Johnson TION FOR TERMINATION EVER BARF
S Clerk of the Circuit Courtat WITNESS my hand as the OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. NOTWITH-
. Santa Rosa Counoy, Florida, will Clerk of said Court and TIME PE
Fi.1104. o mi oan December H' 2007' a the Seal thereof, this 24 WITNESS my hand as the ABOVE,
r11:00 aem. at the north door of day of October, 2007. Clerk of said Court and TWI O (2)
the Santa Rosa Count yCourt- the Seal thereof, this 24 TER T-HE
house, in the city of MilFon Flor-CLERK OF COURT day of October, 2007. OF DEATH
Legal 10/1171 ida offer for sale, and sell at SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
public outcry to the highest and FLORIDA CLERK OF COURT The date o
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF best bidder the followinW de CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SANTA ROSA COUNTY, of this not
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- scribed realprapqrv situated in By: Lisa Taylor FLORIDA 2007.
CUT IN ANDFOR SANTA Santa Rosa Couylorida Deputy Clerk CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA By: Lisa Taylor Attorney Fo
JUVENILE DIVISION LOT 5, BLC-. 2, WIND 110307 Deputy Clerk active:
CASE NO. 06-DP-51 TRACE NORTH' .COMME NCE 111007 J. Harris
IN THE INTEREST OF: OF TRACT W OF CRESCENT 112407 111007 Booth &.
SHORES ACCORDING TO THE 111229 111707 7510 Rid
G.P. 07/11/2001 PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN 112407 Port Rich
M.P. 11/04/2002 PLAT BOOK A AT PAGE 70 OFL egal 11/1230 11/1231 Telephone:
A.P. 07/26/2005 THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
M.P. 08/30/2007 SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Legal 11/1232 Personal Ri
IDA THENCE NORTH ALONG THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Petra E. I
A MINOR CHILD TH WEST LINE OF SAID CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 8541 Ba!
TRACT W 40.00 FEET TO THE ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- New Po
TO: Brandi Parker NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE JUVENILE DIVISION CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA 34654
Address and whereabouts OF U.S. HIGHWAY 98 CASE NO. 06-DP-33 ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
unknown THENCE CONTINUE ALONG JUVENILE DIVISION 111007
THE LAST DESCRIBED LINE IN THE INTEREST OF: CASE NO. 06-DP-97 111707
Mother of M.P., a male 610.00 FEET TO THE POINT T11/1235
child THENCE CONTINUE EAST A.S. 09/04/1995 IN THE INTEREST OF:
130.85 FEET TO THE iPOINT H.S. 01/29/2000
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED OF BEGINNING THENCE D.H. 05/30/2002 C. S. 08/22/1997
that a Petition under oath has CONTINUE EAST 80.85 FEET C.S.-H 08/03/2005 C. R., JR. 09/23/1999 Legal11/1
been filed in the above styled THENCE NORTH 135.06
Court for the termination of pa-FEET THEN WEST 80.85 FEET MINOR CHILDREN MINOR CHILDREN IN THE I
rental rights of M.P., a male THENCE SOUTH 135.00 FEET TO P e WAt Y TON AND FC
child born on the30th day of TO THE POINT OF BEGINN TO: Bobby Lee Watson TO: David Russi COUNTY,
August, 2007 in Escambia ING. TOGETHER WITH 1969 I/k 207 EastGentry St.,
County, Florida by the Depart- BONN MOBILE HOME TITLE Tullahoma, TN 37388 Legal father of C.S., a mi-
ment of Children and Family #3800624 & 6800598 AND , nor child
Services, for subsequent adop- INDENTIFICATION #68043A Le father of C..-H., a E Y OTI
tion, and you are hereby cam & 68043B. minor child YOU ARE HEREBY NOT-
manded to be and appear be- DOB: 08/03/2005 FlED that a Petition under
fore the Honorable Marci L pursuant to the Final IJudgment AE oath has been filed in the
Goodman Judge of the Circuit of Foreclosure and Saleentered YOU ARE HEREBYNOTI- abovestyledCourtfor the 1
Court in and for Santa Rosa in a case pending in said Court, FlED that a Petition under termination of parental
County, Florida, at the Navarre the style owhichs oath has been filed in the rights of C. S., a male
Community Center located at above styled Court for the child born in the State of
1917 Navarre School Road, CHARLES G. HAWKINS and termination of parental Alaska by the Depart-
Navarre, Florida 32566 on the SHIRLEY E. HAWKINS, rights of C. S.-H., a malement of Children and am
19th day of October, 2007, at child born on the 3rd day ily Services, for subse-
9:00 am. You must either ap -Plaintiffs, of August, 2005, in quent adoption, and you
pear on the dated nat the time Escambia County, Florida, are hereby commanded to
specified or send a written re- vs. by the Department of Chil- be and appear before the
sponse to the Court prior to that dren and Family Services, Honorable Marci L. Good-
tme ARLETHA M. GREENE, for subsequent adoption, man, Judge of the Circuit
and you are hereby cam- Court in and for Santa
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR Defendant. handed to be and appear Rosa County Florida, at
RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED before the Honorable the Santa Rosa County
AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA- and the docket number of which Marci L. Goodman, Judge Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS is 2004 CA 000519. of the Circuit Court in and Street, Milton FL 32570,
AND YOU SHALL PERMA for Santa Rosa County, on the 14th day of Janu-
NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL Any person claiming an interest Florida, at the Santo Rosa ary. 208Ygt 9:00 a.m.
RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE in the surplus trom-the sale, it County Courthouse 6865 You must either appear
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- any, other than the rer Caroline Street, Milton, FL on the date and at the
TION FOR TERMINATION OF owner as at the date a tI~e is 32570 on the 13th day of time specified or send a
PARENTALRIGHTS.c hinDecember 2 07,at 21:00 written response to the
he clerk Stot the court within6it0 pm. You must either ap- Court prior to that time.
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk days ahter the sale. Fear on the date and at
of said Court and the Seal rhe time specified or send YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
thereof, this 12 day of October, In accordance with the AMERI- a written response to the OR RESPOND SHALL BE
2007. CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, Court prior to that time. TREATED AS A CONSENT
persons needing a special ac- TO TERMINATION OF PA-
CLERK OF COURT commodotion toartpr-ipate in YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- this proceeding shoulT contact OR RESPOND SHALL BE SHALL PERMANENTLY
IDA the undersigned not later than TREATED AS A CONSENT LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL seven days prior to the pro- TO TERMINATION OF PA- AS A PARENT TO THE
By: Lisa Taylor ceeding to ensure that reasona- RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
Deputy Clerk ble accommodations are ovaila- SHALL PERMANENTLY TION FOR TERMINATION
ble. LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
102707 WITNESS my hand and the offi- AS A PARENT TO THE
110307 cial seal of this Honorable Court CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- WITNESS my hand as the
111007 this 23 day of October, 2007. TION FOR TERMINATION Clerk of said Court and
111707 OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. the Seal thereof, this 24
10/1171 MARY M. JOHNSON day of October, 2007.
___________ Clerk of the Circuit Court WITNESS my hand as thed Ob,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Clerk of said Court and CLERK OF COURT
Legal 10/1172 ByJ. Watkins the Seal thereof, this 24 SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
Deputy Clerk day of October, 2007. FLORIDA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- KEITH L BELL JR CLERK OF COURT By: Lisa Taylor
CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA Florida Bar No. 573809 SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Deputy Clerk
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA Clark, Partington, Hart, Larry, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION Bond & Slackaouse CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 110307
CASE NO. 06-DP-51 P.O. Box 13010 (32591-3010) By: Lisa Taylor 111007
125 West Romana Street, Suite Deputy Clerk 111707
IN THE INTEREST OF: 800 112407
Pensacola Florida 32502 110307 11J1232
G.P. 07/11/2001 850 434-9200 phone 111007-
M.P. 11/04/2002 850 432-7340 lax 111707 Legal 11/t235
A.P. 07/26/2005 Attorney for Plaintiffs 112407
M.P. 08/30/2007 11/1230 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
103107 FOR SANTA ROSA
MINOR CHILD 110707 Legal 11/1231 COUNTY, FLORIDA-PR
A MINOR CHILD 110707 BATE DIVISION
T riel10 83 WIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF File No. 57-2007-CP-322
TO: Gabriel Wade1 /1THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Address and whereabouts Legal 11/1229 CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA IN RE: ESTATE OF
unknown Legal ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
Father of M.P., a male IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JUVENILE DIVISION Otis J. Bradberry
child THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CASE NO. 06-DP-33
CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA Deceased.
YOU ARE HEREBY TIF ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA IN THE INTEREST OF:
U a Peition u NOTIFIEDdr JUVENILE DIVISION NOTICE TO CREDITORS
been a Petition thunder oath has CASE NOA. S. 09/04/1995
been iled n the above styled NO. 06-DP-33 H.S. 01/29/2000 The administration of the estate
Court for the termination of pa- IN THE INTEREST OF: D H. 05/30/2002 of Otis J. Bradberry, de-
rental rights of M.P., a male I TH I S C. S.-H 08/03/2005 ceasedd, e ate o alh
child born on the 30h day of A.S. 09/04/1995 was September 7. 2007, is
August, 2007, in Escambia HS 01/29/2000 MINOR CHILDREN pend ing n Ihe Circuit Court for
County, Florida, by the Depart D.H 05/30/2002 Santa Rosa County, Florida
ment of Children and Family C.S.-H. 08/03/2005 TO: Tonia Shores Probate Division, the address ot
Services, for subsequent adop-- -H0 2 Current address and which is Post Office Box
mln, and n ou ae appear be- MINOR CHILDREN whereabouts unknown 472. Milton. Florida
handed to be and appear be- 32572. The names and ad-
Goore the Honorabl, Judge Ma the Circi L J. Robertoluis Benitez, Natural Mother of A. S., dresses of the personal repre
Court in odman, Judge of the CircuiTa 1 H. S., C. S.-H., minor chil- sentalive and the personal
County, Florida, at th a I/k/a 1857 West 8th dren representative's attorney are set
Communty, Fonda, at the Navarre Street, Brooklyn, NY forth below
1917 Navarre School Road, 112H YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- All credtois of the decedent
FFlorida325FlED that a Petition under and other persons having claims
19th dayo tober, 2007, t ga l father of H.S., a mi- oath has been filed in the or demands against decedent's
9:00 a.m. You must either ap- DOB: 01/29/2000 termination of parental
pear on the date and atthe time rights of A. S., a male
specified or send a written re- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- child born on the 4th day
spouse to the Court prior to that FlED that a Petition under of September, 1995, in DO Something
time oath has been filed in the Escombia County, Florida; D S i g
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR above styled Court for the H. S., a female child born
RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED termination of parental on the 29th day of Janu-
ASPAONDSE TERMAT rights of H.S a female ary, 2000, in Escambia
AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA- child born on tfie 29th day County Florida* AND C.
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS of January, 2000, in S.-H., a male child born on
AND YOU SHALL PERMAS mc Tomorrow
NENTLY LOSE ALL ERAL Escambia County, Florida, the 3rd day of August,
RIGHTS AS A PARE T LTTAL by the Department of Chil- 2005 in Escambia County, "
RILHT NAMENT TO THEp dren and Family Services, Floricai by the Depar E RE Y L
TCION FO TEMINATON PF for subsequent adoption, ment of Children and am-
PARENTAL RIGHTS. and yo e n hereby coam- ily Services, for subse-
PANALRIHS. handed to be and appear quent adoption, and you
befor e the HM.onorable are hereby commandedto TODAY0IDn!
WITNESS my hand as the ClerkMarf L.e Goodman, Judge be and appear before the
said rt and the Seal of the Circuit Court in and Honorable Marci L. Good-
thereof, this 12 day of October,


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IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
One 2000 Nissan Frontier
Pickup
VIN#
1 N6DD26SOYC426739,
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
Joseph Thomas Sasser.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
TO: JosepTThomas Scsser, JB
Hines Road, Macc ni,, Florida
32063, and all persons who
claim an interest in one 2000
Nissan Frontier pickup truck,
VIN 1N6DD26SOYC426739,
which was seized on or about
Au ust 15 2007 at the inter-
seFion or Avalon Boulevard
and Cyanamid Road in Santa
Rosa County. Said property is
in the custody of the Santao Rosa
County Sheriff's Office in Santa
Rosa County, Florida and a
Complaint for Final Judgment of
Forfeiture pertaining thereto has
been filed in the above styled
cause.
Dated this 1st day of October
2007.
/s/ Laura Joyner Nye
LAURA JOYNER NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
, . Andrews, & Leonard,
. - Villina Street
Milton, Florida 32570
(850) 623-3200
Attorney for Plaintiff
111007
111704
11/1236

Legal 11/1237
IN THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT COURT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 07-965
REGIONS BANK,
Plaintiff,


vs.
VINCENT JAY; and MARGOT
C. HUELKE;
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARGOT C. HUELKE,
last known address 686 N
STATE ROAD 21, M LROSE FL
32666
Notice is hereby iven to
MARGOT C. HUELK" that an
action of foreclosure on the fol-
lowina prorpery in Santa Rosa
Count, Florida:
Legal: PARCEL #1:
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER
OF SECTION 15 TOWNSHIP
2 NORTH, RANGE 26 WEST,
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA ALSO: A RIGHT OF WAY
EASEMENT DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: THE EAST 25 FEET
OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER
OF THE SOUTHWEST QUAR-
TER OF THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER OF SECTION 15
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE
26 WEST, FOR THE RIGHT OF
INGRESS AND EGRESS
PARCEL #2:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE
SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF, THE
NORTHEAST QUARTER OF
SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH, RANGE 26 WEST
AND RUN NORTH ALONG
THE EAST SIDE OF A RIGHT
OF WAY EASEMENT 635 FEET
FOR POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH
25 FEET, THENCE EAST 25
FEET, THENCE SOUTHWEST
ERLY TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING
*Together with a 1995
Clay Mobile Home, Serial
#CES084587TN
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Leslie S. White, Es-
quire the Plaintiff's attorney
whose address is, 109 E.


S 1104 . .114
Church Street, 5th floor P.O. IDA ALSO: A RIGHI OF WAY,
Box 3146, Orlando, Florida EAEMENT DESCRIBED AS
32802-3146 on or before De- FOLLOWS: THE EAST 25 FEET
member 21 2007, and file the OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER,.
original wit the clerk of the OF THE SOUTHWEST QUAR-,
court either before service on TER OF THE NORTHEAST
the Plaintiffs' attorney or imme- QUARTER OF SECTION 15
diately thereafter; otherwise a TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE'
default will be entered Taainst 26 WEST, FOR THE RIGHT OF
you for the relief demanded in INGRESS AND EGRESS.
Ihe complaint or petition.
DATED ON October 31, 2007. PARCEL #2:
MARY M JOHNSON COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
Santa Rosa County Clerk of Cir- WEST CORNER OF THE,
cuit Court SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL NORTHEAST QUARTER OF.
By: Brandy Norris SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 2
Deputy Clerk NORTH, RANGE 26 WEST
AND RUN NORTH ALONG
111007 THE EAST SIDE OF A RIGHT
111707 OF WAY EASEMENT 635 FEET
11/1237 F r Fa-INT OF BEGINNING
*i-i ii-.-f CONTINUE NORTH
-t5-:L, 3 THENCE EAST 25

F draKE> Together with a 1995"
FEET, THENCE SOUTHWEST-

IN THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIR- �T �he w 1995'
CUIT COURT IN AND FOR CHomeSerial
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, has been filed against you and
Case No. 07-965 you are required to serve a
Case No. a -copy of your written defenses, if
.RiOSWM BA NK Dany, 1to if on Leslie S. White, Es-,
P clInf BheN , I u are the Plaintiff's attorney
Plaintiff, whose address is, 109 E.,
Church Street 5th floor P.O.
vs. Box 3146, rlando, lorida'
VINCENT JAY ' and MARGOT 32802-3146 on or before De-
VC. HUELKE; a V O member 21, 2007, and file the
CDefUELnt; original with the (IL-,I . the
Defendant court either before -, ..- ,:
.TICE OF ACTION + Plintiff's attorney or imme-,
-NOTICE OF ACTION i--1 thereafter; otherwise a',
TO . VINCEN/.T JAY --..i will be entered against,
last known address, 11525 complaint or det afdOn in
Bliss Way, Milton, FL 3.583 AoE OiN Ocober 31 2007.
Notice is hereb given to VIN- MARY M JOHNSON '
CENT JAY tha an action of Santa Rosa County Clerk of Cir-
foreclosure on the following cuit Court
property in Santa Rosa County, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Florda: By: Brandy Norris
Leqal: PARCEL #1: Deputy Clerk
NORTHWEST QUARTER OF 111007
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF 111707
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER 1,1/1238
OF SECTION 15 TOWNSHIP
2 NORTH RANGE 26 WEST,
SANTA R6SA COUNTY, FLOR-________


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Legal 11/1239 GREE 36 MINUTES 00 SEC- once each week for two consec-
ONDS WEST ALONG THE utive weeks in the Press Go- This intent to issue a permit (File
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WEST LINE THEREOF 5.15 zette. No. 57-0255307-006-DF) to
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- FEET THENCE SOUTH 88 DE- WITNESS my hand and the seal Whisper Creek LLC, 21 East
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA GREES 19 MINUTES 00 SEC- of this Court on this 6 day of Garden Street, Suite 211, Penr
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA ONDS EAST 200.00 FEET TO November, 2007. sacola, Florida 32502, to per-
CIVIL ACTION THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF manently impact 2.486 acres of
CASE NO. 05-946-CA WAY LINE OF ALEFF ROAD Mary M. Johnson DEP jurisdictional wetlands for
DIVISION 150 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY;, Clerk of the Court the construction of a multi-family
THENCE SOUTH 01 DEGREES CIRCUIT COURT SEAL residential development is
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, 36 MINUTES 00 SECONDS By: Brandy Norris hereby granted unless a suffi-
Plaintiff, WEST ALONG SAID WEST As Deputy Clerk cient petition for an odministra-
... .ERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE five hearing is timely filed under
VS. 421 77 FEET TO THE SOUTH- 111007 Sections 120.569 and 120.57
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF 111707 of the Florida Statutes as pro-
TERRY W BRYSON, et al, JENNIFER LANE (50 FOOT 11/1244 vided below. The project is Io-
Defendant(s). RIGHT OF WAY), THENCE _________coted in Pace on Berryhill Road
t(s). SOUTH 88 DEGREES 19 MIN- Legal11/1245 a.k.a. State Road 184A1
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE UTES 00 SECONDS EAST bound to the south by Berryhill
SALE -C ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Road, to the north and east be
-- RIGHT OF WAY LINE 1336.18 FOR SANTA - ROSA undeveloped [and and to the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO- west by Pond Creek, in un-
suont to on Amended Finoal GI NNING; THENCE CON- BATE DIVISION named wetlands and Long
judgmen of Mortgage Foreclo- TINUE SOUTH 88 DEGREES 19 File No. 57-2007-CP-97 Creek Class III Waters of the
sure dated October 30 2007 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST State Section 26, Townshio 02
and entered in Case NO. ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY IN RE: ESTATE OF North, Ranqe 29 West Latitude
05946-CA of the Circuit Court RIGHT OF WAY LINE 107.14 30 39' 1T.31" North, Longi-
I i-FlnnI.-I Cn1 .-, it,,, FEET, THENCE SOUTH 01 DE- Carl Lee Miller tude 87 07' 12.77" West,
SI ri- .41 MINUTES 00 SEC- Santa Rosa County.
S... , . - . WEST 153.13 FEET; Deceased.
S . i. I . ..1 TE, i- :i NORTH 88 DEGREES A person whose substantial in-
S , , ,,UTES 00 SECONDS NOTICE TO CREDITORS terests are affected by the De-
,: - , ,i , r " ;, ', W EST 107.14 FEET- THENCE iartment's action may petition
� .,r "i- -,', , i. - i ii NORTH 01 DEGREES 41 MIN_ The administration of the estate for an administrative proceed-
i. i -,-, i '. UTES 00 SECONDS EAST of Carl Lee Miller, deceased, ing (hearing) under Sections
- ' , - i.inr I 153.13 FEET TO THE POINT whose date at death was Jan- 120.569 and 120.57 of the
i ", _ , i i ,, i ir,,, OF BEGINNING, BEING LOT uarv 17, 2007, is pending in Florida Statutes. The petition
1. ,, , J I ,i i;. 13 BLOCK 2, OF AN UNRE- he Circuit Court for Santa must contain the information sel
i; i , | , . i , . , CORDED SUBDIVISION Rosa County, Florida Probate forth below and must be filed
S, ,'i. i- i- ,. - KNOWN AS HIGHLAND Division, the address of which is (received by the clerk) in the Of-
S, ,- , WOODS. 6495 Caroline Street. Mi- ice of General Counsel of the
ii & t 1inh 1 dca ,n De- ton. Florida 32570. The Department at 3900 Common-
, ., , , r , ANY PERSON CLAIMING names and addresses of the wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
v, - r s .... AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- personal representative and the 35 Tallahassee, Florida
, , rf en5 PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF personal representative's attor- 32399-3000.
" " ANY, OTHER THAN THE ney ore sel forth below.
LOT 9 OF VICKSBURG ES- PROPERTY OWNER AS OF Alf creditors of the decedent Because the administrative hear-
TATES, A SUBDIVISION AC- THE DATE OF THE LIS and other persons having claims ing process is designed to rede-
CORDING TO THE PLAT PENDENS MUST FILE A or demands against decedent's termine final agency action on
THEREOF, RECORDED IN CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS estate on whom a copy of this the application, the filing of a
PLAT BOOK C, PAGE 75 AFTER THE SALE. notice is red to be served petition for an administrative
ON FILE WITH THE CLERK must file their claims with this hearing may result in a modili-
OF COURT, IN AND FOR DATED al MILTON, Florida, this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 cation of the permit and lease,
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, 2 day of November, 2007. MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF or even a denial of the applica-
FLORIDA. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF tion. Accordingly, the applicant
MARY 'I I'! INSON THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- is advised nog to commence
A/K/A 4325 FORTE CLERK - -f CIRCUIT COURT TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF construction or other i:,:i. ;
STREET, PACE, FL Santa Rosa County, Florida A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON under this permit/lease .....1 i-..
32571-2012 CIRCUIT COURTSEAL THEM. deadlines below for filing a pe-
All other creditors of the dece- tition for an administrative hear-
Any person claiming an By: Angela K. Dunn dent and other persons having ing, or request for an extension
interest in the surplus Deputy Clerk claims or demands against time have expired.
from the sale, if any decedent's estate must file their
other than the pro1 ertf .T '-t r'F- FOR PLAINTIFF: claims with this court WITHIN 3 Under Rule 62-110.106(4) of
owner as of the dae of :i-i',i- , rFISHMAN, LLP MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF the Florida Administrative Code,
the Us Pendens must file a . i J- ' - i Federal Highway THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF a person whose substantial in-
claim within sixty (60) Suite 360 THIS NOTICE. terests are affected by the De-
days after the sole. Boca Raton Florida 33431 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED apartment's action may also re-
S561) 998-6700 WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS quest an extension of time to file
I; AY HAND and the SET FORTH IN SECTION a petition for an administrative
-1 ,. Court on October 111007 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA hearing. The Department may,
111707 PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- for good cause shown, grant
11/1240 EVER BARRED. the request for an extension of
MaryM. Johnson NOTWITHSTANDING THE time. Requests for extension of
Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal 11/1244 TIME PERIOD SET FORTH time must be filed with the Of-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED fice of General Counsel of the
By: Brandy Norris IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TWO YEARS OR MORE AF- Department at 3900 Common-
Deputy Clerk THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA OF DEATH IS BARRED. 35 Tallahassee, Florida
111007 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA The date of first publication of 32399-3000, before the appli-
111707 CIVIL ACTION this notice is November 10, cable deadline A timely re-
11/1239 CASE NO.: 07-896 CA 2007. quest for extension of lime shall
oDIVISION: to Ithe running time period for
Legal 11/1240 Attorney for Personal Represent- filing a petition until tae request
THE BANK OF NEW YORK, alive: is acted upon. If a request is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF AS TRUSTEE FOR THE /s/ Paul R. Green filed late, the Department may
THE 1st JUDICIAL CIRCUIT HOLDERS OF THE GE-WMC Pul R. Green still grant it upon a motion by
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ASSET-BACKED Florida Bar No. 127448 the requesting party showing
SANTA ROSA COUNTY PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- Johnson, Green & Miller, that the failure to file a request
Case #: 07 000492 CA CATES, SERIES 2006-1, P.A. for an extension of time before
Division #: Plaintiff, 6850 Caroline Street the deadline was the result of
Milton, Florida 32570 excusable neglect.
UNC: vs. Telephone: (850) 623-3841
in the event that a timely and
Deutche Bank National Trust PORTER LEE TIMMONS, et Personal Representative: sufficient petition for an adminis-
Company, as Trustee for Encore al /s/ Fred Nobles trative hearing is filed, other
Receivables Trust 2005-4 Defendant(s). FRED NOBLES persons whose substantial inter-
4312 Pace Lane ests will be affected by the out-
Plaintiff, NOTICE OF ACTION Milton, Florida 32570 come of the administrative proc-
- ess have the right to petition to
-vs.- TO: PORTER LEE TIMMONS 111007 intervene in the proceeding. In-
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 111707 tervention will be only at tle dis-
Anthony G. Moree and Cyntha 2041 EVERGLADES DRIVE 11/1245 creation of the prTsiding officer
Elaine Moree, His Wife; Un- NAVARRE, FL 32566 upon the filing of a motion in
known Parties in Possession #1; Legal 11/1246 compliance with Rule
Unknown Parties in Possession CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN str106.205 of the Florida Ad
#2; If living, and all Unknown KNOWN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN ministraive Code.
Parties claiming by, through, un- AND FOR SANTA ROSA
der and against the above ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN COUNTY, FLORIDA In accordance with Rules
named Defendant(s) who are PARTIES CLAIMING BY Case No. 28-106.111(21 and
not known to be dead or alive, THROUGH, UNDER AND 57-2007-CP-000192 62-110.106(3(al(4), petitions
whether said Unknown Parties AGAINST THE HEREIN for an administrative hearing by
may claim an interest as NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- IN RE: ESTATE OF the applict must be Tiled
Spouse, Heirs Devisees, Grant- FENDANT(S) WHO ARE within 21 days of receipt of this
ees, or Other Claimants " NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD SHANA MARIE SANDERS BAI- written notice. Petitions filed by
OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID LEY any persons other than the ap-
Defendant(s). UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY licant, and other than those en?
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS NOTICE TO CREDITORS titled to written notice under
NOTICE OF SALE SPOUSES HEIRS, DEVI- Section 120.60(3 of the Flor-
SEES GRANTEES, OR The names and addresses of the ida Statutes must be filed within
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- OTHER CLAIMANTS personal representative's attor- 21 days of publication of the
suant to an Order rescheduling ney are set forth below, notice or within 21 days of such
foreclosure sale dated Novem- LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN. notice, regardless of the date of
ber 1, 2007 entered in Civil KNOWN All creditors of the decedent publication.
Case No. 0& 000492 CA of and other persons having claims
the Circuit Court of the 1'st Judi- CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- or demands against decedent's Under Section 120.60(3) of the
cial Circuit in and for Santa KNOWN estate, including unmatured, Florida Statutes, however, any
Rosa County, Florida, wherein " contingent, or unliquidated person who has asked the De-
Deutche Bank National Trust YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- claims on whom a copy of this apartment for notice of agency
Company, as Trustee for Encore tion to foreclose a mortgage on notice is served, must file their action may file a petition within
Receivables Trust 2005-4, Plain the following property in claims with this court WITHIN 21 days of such notice, regard-
tiff and Anthon G. More and SANTA ROSA County, Florid: THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF- less of the date of publication.
Cyntha Elaine Moree, His Wife TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
are Defendant(s), I will sell to LOT 14, BLOCK 244, PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- The petitioner shall mail a copy
the highest and best bidder for HOLLEY BY THE SEA AC- TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE of the petition to the applicant
cash AT THE NORTH FRONT CORDING TO PLAT DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY at the address indicated above
DOOR OF THE SANTA ROSA THEREOF AS RECORDED IN OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. at the time of filing. The failure
COUNTY COURTHOUSE LO- PLAT BOOK B, PAGE 155 of any person to ile a petition
CATED AT 6865 CAROLINE OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS All other creditors of the dece- for an administrative hearing or
STREET, MILTON, FLORIDA AT OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY, dent and other persons having pursue mediation as provided
11:00 A.M. CENTRAL STAND- FLORIDA claims or demands against below within the appropriate
ARD TIME December 12 decedent's estate, including un- time period shall constitute a
2007, the following described has been filed against you and matured, contingent, or uniqui- waiver of those rights.
rnr.,rh. o set forit in said Fi- you are required to serve a dated claims, must file their
-,l , 1..-,,i to-wit: copy of your written defenses claims wth this court WITHIN 3 A petition that disputes the ma-
within 30 days after the first MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF teria facts on which the Depart-
PORTION OF SECTION 14 ubliation if any, on Florida THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ment's action is based must con-
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE Default aw roup P.L., THIS NOTICE. lain the following information:
29 WEST, SANTA ROSA Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
COUNTY, FLORIDA BEING dress is 9119 Cororate Lake ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED (a) The name and address of
MORE PARTICULARLY DE- rive, Suite 300 Tampa Flor- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. each agency affected and each
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: ida 33634 and file the oriainal agency s file or identification
with this Court either before The date of first publication of number, if known
COMMENCE AT THE NORTH- service on Plaintiff's attorney or this Notice is November 10, (b) Thename, address, and tele-
WEST CORNER OF THE immediately thereafter; oher- 2007. phone number of the petitioner;
SOUTHEAST ONE QUARTER wise a default will be entered the name, address, and tele-
OF SECTION 14 TOWNSHIP against you for the relief de- Personal Representative: phone number of the petitioner's
1 NORTHS RANOE 29 WEST, handed in the Complaint or pe- M Gutmon E ui representative, if any, which
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- tition Stephen M.Gultmann, Esquire shall be the address for service
IDA; THENCE SOUTH 1 DE- This notice shall be published Florida Bar No. 375.78 purposes during the course of
314 South Baylen Street, Suite the proceeding; and an expla-
203 nation of how the petitioner's
Pensacola, FL32502 substantial interests are or will
* *, I1 IR f. 11 Telephone: (850) 432-9759 be affected by the agency de-
1''8 termination;
Divorce 8, Adolption0 111007 A s ment t of when and
1707 how the petitioner received no-
"II E Name Change '55 11/1246 lice of the agency decision;
SCniipc S T*de I R ^ p e , Cf Lga 11/125 - d A statement of all disputed
.t .pe e- FREE Typing, Call for Legal11/1252 issues of material fact. If there
F.;I , I- t Worksheet 1850) 434-7524 STATE OF FLORIDA dicare none, the petition must so in
St - t DEPARTMENT OF ENVI- e A concise statement the ul-
II W 1850 N. "Ws " St., RONMENTAL PROTECTION F1mate cs alleged, including
| 434-0066 ""1 .0[aMre1 NOTICE OF INTENT TO IS- thespecific facts that the peti-
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toner contends warrant reversal
or modification of the agency's
proposed action, and
[p A statemenI of the specific
rules or statutes that the peti-
tioner - -ntondt roiire nrever-
soal or .": , . i : ', :- 1 - 1 agen-
cy's proposed action I
(g) A statement of the relief
sought by the petitioner, stating
precisely the action that the peti-
ioner wishes the agency to take
with respect to the agency's pro-
posed action.
A petition that does not dispute
the material facts on which the
Departments action is based
shall state that no such facts are
in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as
set forth above, as required by
Rule 28-106.301 Under Sec-
tions 120.569(2)(cf and (d) of
the Florida Statutes, a petition
for administrative hearing must
be dismissed by the agency if
the petition does not subs'an-
tially comply with the above re-
quirements or is untimely filed.
This action is final and effective
on the date filed with the Clerk
of the Department unless a peti-
lion is filed in accordance with
the above. Upon the timely fil-
ing of petition this order will not
be effective until further order of
the Department.
This permit constitutes an order
of the Department. The appli-
cant has the riaht to seek udi-
cial review of The order under
Section 120.68 of the Florida
Statutes, by the filing of a notice
of appeal under Rule 9.110 of
the Florida Rules of Appellate
Procedure with the Clerk of the
Department in the Office of
General Counsel, 3900 Com-
monwealth Boulevard, Mail Sta-
tion 35, Tallahassee, Florida,
32399-3000; and by filing a
copy of the notice of the appeal
accom anied by the applicable
filing lees with the appropriate
district court of appeal Te no-
tice of appeal must be filed
within 30 days from the date
when the final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Department. Re-
quests for review before the
Land and Water Adiudicatory
Commission must be riled with
the Secretary of the Commission
and served on the Department
within 20 days from the date
when the final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Department.
The application is available for
public inspection during normal
business hours, 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, except legal holidays, at
Department oF Environmental
Protection, 160 Governmental
Center, Suite 201, Pensacola,
Florida 32502-5794.
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Legal 11/1253
AMENDED NOTICE OF
SALE
BY THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
Notice is hereby qiven that the
undersigned MARY JOHNSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Santa Rosa County Milton Flor-
ida will on December 4, 2007,
at 11:00 a.m. on the front steps
of the Santa Rosa County Court-
house located at 6865 Caroline
Street, Milton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder or cash
the following described prop-
erty situated in Santa Rosa
County, Florida, to-wit:
See Exhibit "A" for legal
description
EXHIBIT A
Parcel #1:
Commence at the South-
west corner of Section 30,
Township 2 South, Range
28 West, Santa Rosa
County, Florida- thence go
South 89" 41'00" East
along the South line of the
aforesaid Section 30 a dis-
tance of 1600.50 feet to
the Point of Beginning;r
thence go Nort 0
19'00" East a distance of
163.84 feet to the South-
erly Right of Way line of
U.S. Highway 98 (S.R. 30,
160' R/W); thence go
North 81 08'46" East
alone the aforesaid South-
erly Right of Way line a
distance of 120.00 feet;
thence go South 001
19'00" West a distance of
182.96 feet to a point I -
ing on the aforesaid Sou h
line of Section 30; thence
go North 89� 41'00" West
along the aforesaid South
line of Section 30 a dis-
tance of 118.47 feet to the
Point of Beginning. The
above described parcel of
land is situated in Section
30, Township 2 South,
Range 28 West Santa
Rosa County, Florida.

Parcel Identification
Number:
30-2S-28-0000-00302-0000
and
Parcel #2:
Commence at the North-
west corner of Section 31,
Township 2 South, Range
28 West, Santa Rosa
County, Florida; thence go
North 87 degrees 47 min-
utes 30 seconds East
along the North line of the
aforesaid Section 31 a dis-
tance of 1604.70 feet to
the East line of a parcel of
land as described in Offi-
cial Records Book 1590 at
Page 783 of the Public
Records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, and the
point of beginning; thence
continue North 8T degrees
47 minutes 30 seconds
East along the aforesaid
North line of Section 30, a
distance of 91.40 feet to
the Northwest corner of a
parcel of land as de-
scribed in Official Records
Book 849 at Page 729 of
the Public Records of
Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida; thence, along ithe
boundary of the aforesaid
parcel of land for the fol-
Iowing_ two courses go
South 1 degrees 14 min-
utes 02 seconds East a
distance of 418.00 feet;
thence go South 87 De-
grees 47 minutes 30 sec-
onds West a distance of
65.37 feet to theEast right
ort way line of Pinthe Street
(50' r/w) as recorded in
Official Records Book 189
at Paae 694 of the Public
Records of Santa Rosa
County, Florida; thence go
North 01 Degrees 22 min-
utes 30 seconds West
along the aforesaid East
right of wao line a dis-
tance of d 17.62 feet;
thence go South 88 de-
grees 37 minutes 30 sec-
onds West along the
North line of the aforesaid
Pine Street a distance of
25.00 feet to the East line
of a parcel of land as de-
scribed in Official Records
Book 883 at Page 506 of
the Public Records of
Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida; thence go North 01
degrees 22 minutes 30
seconds West along the
aforesaid East line of the
parcel of land as de-
scribed in Official Records
Book 883 at Page 506
and the aforementioned
land as described in Offi-
cial Records Book 1590 a1
Page 783 a distance of
200.00 feet to the point of
beginning. The above de-
scribed parcel of land is


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situated in a portion of iNC. ASSET-BACKED pursuant to a Final Judament of .. ..
Section 30, Township 2 CERTIFICATES,SERIES Foreclosure dated the 26 day of Legal 11/1257
South, Range 28 West, 2006-19, October 2007 and entered in N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Santa Rosa County, Flor- Plaintiff, Case No. 07060268CA of the E 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIRT
ida. Circuit Court of the 1ST Judicial IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
vs. Circuit in and for Santa Rosa COUNTY FLORIDA
Parcel Identification County Florida, wherein FLORD
.Numbe THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, COUNTRYWIDE HOME 1ERAL JURISDICTION
31-2S-28-0000-2800-0000 DEVISEES, GRANTEES AS- LOANS INC. is the Plaintiff DIVISION07-934 CA
SIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI- and STEVEN R. SMITH A/K/A CASE N 0 C
All furniture, equipment, fix- TORS, TRUSTEES OR STEVEN SMITH; WENDY J. -CITIMORTGAGE INC SUC-
tures, apparatus, heatir and OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM- SMITH A/K/A WENDY SMITH; CESOR BY MEfGER TO FIRST
air conditioning equipment and ING BY THROUGH UN- JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS TOFiiRTGA
all such other items of personal DER OR AGAINST, CHRIS- .UNKNOWN TENANT IN CORPORATIO N MORTGAGE
property on the premises TINA SPEIER, DECEASED, et POSSESSION OF THE OBJECT CORPORAINTIFF,
al, PROPERTY are defendants. I will VLSNTIFrr,
At the time of the sale, as set Defendant(s). sell to the highest and best bid- VS.
forth hereinabove the success- der for casT at the NORTH ENDA STRAND A T ST
ful hiah bidder shall post with NOTICE OF ACTION FRONT STEPS OF COURT- 3NDAR239 CORNELL DRT E
the Cerk a deposit equal to five TO: HOUSE at the Santa Rosa TRUST UNDER TH TRUST
rcen 5% f the final bid. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, County Courthouse, in Milton ATEUNE6 005 ETAL
The deposit shall be applied to DEVISEES, GRANTEES AS- Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the 4 RUNDT'
the sale price at the time of pay- SIGNEES, UENORS. REDI- day of December 2007, the DErFNDAN,(S).
ment. The balance of the safe TORS TRUSTEES, OR following described property as . . , A i
price shall be paid in full to the OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM- set forth in said Fina Judgment, e N Fl T ERV
lerk by 4:00 p.m. on the ING BY THROUGH UN- to wit: CNSRLICTIVSERVIE
same day as the sale DER OR AGAINST CHRIS- TO: COLLEEN SONNTAG
This sole is made pursi.-,it t- TINA SPEIER, DECEASED LOT 11 BLOCK 122, AND BRENDA STRAND AS
the Order Substituting :.:,,.i-tt HOLLEY BY THE SEA, BE- E OF THE 3239
and Counsel And Resetting Sale LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- ING A PORTION OF SEC- CORNELL DRIVE TRUST UN-
and the Amended FinalJudg- KNOWN TION 11, TOWNSHIP 2 2 EHE TRUST DATE OF
ment Of Foreclosure entered in SOUTH, RANGE 27 WEST DER THE TRUST DATE OF
a case pending in the Circuit CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- SANTA ROSA COUNT JN NE sden5e is unknown if
Court of the Santa Rosa County, KNOWN FLORIDA ACCORDING T6l heshe/they be lving and if
Florida, the stye of which is. lBPLAT RCORDED IN PLAT he/she/they be living
SUNTRUST ANK, a Georgia ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN BOK B PAGE 155 OF n h e/she/theyndnts maybe
banking corporation, PARTIES CLAIMING BY THE PUBIC RECORD9 OF unknown defendants who may be
THROUGH,, UNDER AND SAID COUNTY. spouses, heirs, devisees, grant-
Plaintiff, AGAINST THE -IEREIN ees, assinees, lenors, credi-
, NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN tors trusPees, and all parties
vs. FENDANTIfS) WHO ARE INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS claiming an interest by through
NOT KNOWN .TOs BE DEAD FROM THE SALE IF ANY under or against theA Defen'-
MASTER LUBE, TUNE & TIRE, OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID OTHER THAN THm rPROP ERTh ansl,-ha are na t nwn to be
INC. F/K/A MASTER LUBE, UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF dead or liveand allarties
TUNE &TIRE #1, INC. F/K/A CLAIM AN INTEREST AS THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A h"ing or cmin
riht aitle or interest inAeprop
MASTER TUNE AND LUBE OF SPOUSES HEIRS, DEVI- CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- elr. 'lescribel in th , hemortae
GULF BREEZE, INC. a Florida SEES, FRANTEES, OR TER THE SALE. being foreclosed herein. t
corporation, MICHAEL A. OTHER CLAIMANTS a re
WHITE, an UNITED STATES If you are a person with a Disa- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
OF AMERICA on behalf of its LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- bs LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- biies who need any accomm- that an action to foreclose a
agency THE SMALL BUSINESS KNOWN daton in order to participate in mortgage on the follow prop-
ADMINISTRATION, this proceeding you are entitled t
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- at no cost to you to the provi- ery:
Defendants KNOWN sions of certain assistant please LoT 2 BLOCK 1, THIRD
contact Susan Land at 6865 L iTi2BL TO BAY THI D
and the docket number of which YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- Caroline Street Milton A PDD OR im iaT , th.RI E
is 06000690CA tlion to foreclose a mortgage on 32570, 850-983012 within PARK A PORTION OF THE
the following property in 2 working days of this receipt Ti'N 30, TOWNSHIP
If you are a person with a disa- SANTA ROSA county, Florida: of this document. If you are SOUTH RANGE 28 WEST
bity Awho needs any accom- hearing or Voice impaired call SAUTA ROSA COUNTY'2
modation in order to participate LOT 2, BLOCK D, SPENCER 1-800-955-8771. n FLORIDA AS RECORDED Nn
in this proceeding, you are enti- OAKS LANDING PHASE I, FLORIDA-AS RECORED :
tied, afno casttoyou to the BEING A PORTION OF SEC- Dated this 8 day of November, P1, T BOOK B AT PAGE
provision of certain assistance. TION 10 TOWNSHIP 1 2007. r05 OF SAID COUNTY.
Please contact the Court Admin- NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST
istrator, 6495 Caroline Street SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Mary M Johnson .
SE Milton Florida 32570 at FLORIDA ACCORDING TO Clerk Of The Circuit Court has been field against you and
(850 93-'1973 within 2 work- PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL you are required to serve a
ng days of your receipt of this BOOK GPAGE 82 (1, 2 & By: Brandy orris copy of your written defenses, if
A receIpt 200 1 B'.': tAWo i on DAIDS O.. STE R.N
Motion and Notice if you are 3), OF THE PUBLo C REC- Deputy Clerk BP tafit on's aO.rn, whoN
hearing impaired, call 1 (800) ORDS OF SAID COUNTY. address is 801nn e rs
95voice1im-111707 '8 iversity
paired, c BOO 5-770. has been filed against you and 112407 Drive #500, PlantationrL
you are required t o serve a 11/1255 33324 on or before DecembeLr
IF THIS PROPERTY IS SOLD coy of your written defenses i's , o atero tha firs
1n3"707th daysAFrom the date of the first
AT PUBLIC AUCTION, wii 30 days after the first Legal 11/1256 ir n f thinie of ac
THERE MAY BE ADDI- publication if an, on Florida 2 fiction of this notice of ac-
TIONAL MONEY FROM THE Default rou FL, NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE heion) and flerk o the original with
SALE AFTER PAYMENT OF Plaintiffs attorney y whose ad- IN e lerk of this court either be-
PERSONS WHO ARE ENTI- dress is 9119 orporate Lake Noticeis hereby even that on fore service on Plaintiff's atr-
NrDr F2 /A Rt RF A C- . am The ney or immediately thereafter;
TLED TO BE PAID FROM Drive, Suite 300, a, Flor- 1211/07 at l:30am. The otherwise a defauwill
THE SALE PROCEEDS PUR- ida 33t634, and ile.e CVoriginal following vehicles) will be sol termed against you for the relief
SUANT TO THE AMENDED with this Court either before for owin, Storage & Labor ad a f d n the complaint or
FINAL JUDGMENT OF servicee on Plaintiff's attorney or char es ar: 199 Make: -", ',t2 herein. ...
FORECLOSURE. immediately thereafter; other; FORD I .....
IF YOU ARE A SUBORDI- wise a defaut will be entered VIN # WITNSS m hnd nd the
NATE LIENHOLDER CLAIM- against you for the relief de- 3FAKP1,134XR209681 to of this Court at SANTA ROSA
ING A RIGHT TO FUNDS mande di the Complaint or pe- sais Laor Services, repair, Cou - Florida this 7 day of
REMAINING AFTER THE titian, towing And sore charges. November, 200.
SALE YOU MUST FILE A This notice shall be published The vehicle will be sold for
CLAIM WITH THE CLERK once each. week for two consec- $198.09. Vehicle is regisered CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS utive weeks in the Press Ga- to: LULIE MOORER SNOW CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU zette. 68 MORENO CT BY- Watkins
FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM YOU WITNESS my hand and the seal PENSACOLA, FL 32501 DEPUTY CLERK
WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO of this Court on this 7 day of ,r , . K
ANY REMAINING FUNDS. November, 2007. Lienholder: LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
FORD MOTOR CREDIT STERN
WITNESS my hand and the offi- Mary M. Johnson COMPANY PO BOX ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
cial seal of this Honorable Court Clerk of the Court . 105704 ATLANTA, GA 801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE
on November 8, 2007. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 30348-0000 SUITE 500
By: Brandy Norris PLANTATION, FL 33324
MARY JOHNSON As Deputy Clerk I interested Parties: LULA 07-9791 9CMI
Clerk Crcuit Court 1707SNOW 248 MORRIS CT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
anta osa oun oria PENSACOLA, FL 32505 AMERICANS WITHDISABILI-
CIRCUIT COURTSEAL 112407 TIES ACT persons with disabili-
By: Brandy Norris 11/1254 Pursuant to F.S. 713.585 the ties nding a special accom-
Deputy Clerk ---cash amount of $198.09 modation should contact
would be sufficient to redeem COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
111707 the vehicle from Lienor. Any in- the SANTA ROSA County
11 073 Legal 11/1255 terested parties have a riht to Courthouse at
1253.. . a hearing prior to the sale fil; 1-800-955-8771 (TDDJ or
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ing a demand with the Cler of 1-800-955-8770 via Florida
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT The Circuit Court in SANTA Relay Service.
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA ROSA County. The owner has
-- COUNTY, FLORIDA the right to recover possession THIS NOTICE SHALL BE PUB-
CIVIL DIVISION of the vehicle bypostin ga bond LISHED ONCE A WEEK FOR
CASE NO.: 07000268CA pursuant to .S. 559.97 and if TWO (2) CONSECUTIVE
Legal 11/1254 sod the proceeds remaining WEEKS
gCOUNTRYWIDE HOME from he sale will be deposited ..C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LOANS INC., with te Clerk Of The Circuit 111707
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Plaintiff' Court for disposition. Lienor re- 112407"
CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA vs ' serves the right to bid. Lienor: 11/1257
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA STEVEN R. SMITH A/K/A STE- ORVILLE BECKFORD FORD __________
CIVIL ACTION VEN SMITH, et al, MERCURY
CASE NO.: 07-1123 CA Defendants. 6400 WEST HIGHWAY 90
DIVISION:A ,MILTON FL 32570 850 Legal 11/1258
BANK OF NEW YORK A sNAOTEICE OF FORECLOSURE 6232234 INTHEoCIRCUIT COURTsIN
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI- -A 111707 AND FOR SANTA ROSA
CATEHOLDERS CWABS, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 111707 COUNTY, FLORIDA'CP341


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Division: NOTICE TO CREDITORS Dana is in medical. We
IN RE: ESTATE OF The administration of the estate Thank are goin yourvive
of Dorothy M. Pickering a.k.a. Thank you For your
THOMAS PHILLIPS Dorothy Marie Pickering, de- prayers.
TIDWELL, SR., ceased, whose date of death_________
was March 10, 2007 is pend- --
Deceased. ing in the Circuit courtt for
Santa Rosa County, Florida
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate Division the address of
which is 6865 'Carolne Street
The administration of the estate Suite N Milton, Florida 1160
of Thomas Phillips Tidwell, Sr., 32570-0472. The names and
deceased File Number addresses of the personal repre- Lost Australian
57-2007-P-341, is pending in sentative and the personal. Lost Toy Australian
the Circuit Court for anta osa representative's attorney are set Shepherd White &
County Florida Probate Divi- forth below. Brownost in Berrahill
sion, tIe address of which is All creditors of the decedent rown, 1 er / /nry
6865 SW Caroline Street, Mil- and other persons having claims KRd. area. I I/ 12/07.
ton, Florida 32570. The estate or demands against decedent's Please call 623-1681 or
is estate and the date of the estate on whom a copy of this 221-8297 is a family
decedent's Will is May 1, notice is required to be served - '
1992. The names and ad- must file their claims with this pet.
.dresses of the personal repre- court.WITHIN THE LATER OF3
sentative and the personal MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
representative's attorney are set THE RSTPUBLICATION OF
forth below. THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
All creditors of the decedent TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
and other persons having claims A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
or demands against decedent's THEM. 1170
estate, including unmatured All other creditors of the dece-
contingent or unliquidated dent and other persons having
claims, on whom a copy of this claims or demands against Choc. Lob found in
notice is served must ile their decedent's estate must tile their Santa Villa no collar.
claims with this court WITHIN claims with this court WITHIN 3 Found 11/5/07. Call:
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF- MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF 995-9791 leave mes-
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-. THIS NOTICE. sage.
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
OFTHIS NOTICE ON THEM. SET FORTH' IN SECTION Found little Brown &
All other creditors of the dece- 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
Jent and other persons having PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- White Basenji dog. He
claims or demands against EVER BARRED. was found near the Post
decedent's estate, including n- NOTWITHSTANDING THE Office & Blackwater
matured, contingent or unrliqui- TIME, PERIOD SET FORTH
dated claims must file their ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED Sports on Hi hway 4 in
claim isth court WITHIN 3 TWO 2) YEARS OR MORE AF- Jay. He has Been well
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE cared for and is neu-
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF OF DEATH IS BARRED tered. Please call
TLH NCE.IM NThe date of first publication- of 675-4159 or 336-9899.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILEDthis notice is November 17,_
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 2007.


The date of first publication of Attorney for Personal Represent-
this Notice is November 17, native:
2007 . /s/Oscar J. Locklin
Oscar J. Locklin
Attorney for Personal Represent- Florida Bar No. 15455
ative Locklin Jones & Saba, PA.
/s/ Roy V. Andrews 6460 Justice Avenue
: . ANDREWS, ESQUIRE Milton, Florida 32570
..j. Andrews & Leonard, Telephone: (850) 623-2500


5218 Willinq Street
Milton, Florida 32570
(8501 623-3200
Florida Bar No. 228291
Personal Representative
/s/ Leoh Ray
Leah Ray
7299 Sfonegate Drive
Naples, Florida 34109
111707
112407
11/1258
Legal 11/1259
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 07000555CA
DIVISION B
HSBC BANK, USA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARL T. LUPICA, III, et al,
Defendantss.


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN our-
suant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated Novem-
ber 7, 2007 and entered in
Case NO. 07000555CA of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi-
cial Circuit in and for SANTA
r County, Florida wherein
H1,- BANK USA is the Plain-
S-d CARN T LUPICA, III; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE 'OF
CARL T. LUPICA, Ill N/K/A PA-
TRICIA LUPICA; HIDDEN ES-
TATES HOME OWNERS ASSO-
CIATION INC are the Detend-
ants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 1 day of De-
cember, 2007, the following
described property as set fortE
in said Findl Judgment:
LOT 23 BLOCK A, HIDDEN
ESTATES, A PLANNED UNIT
DEVELOPMENT BEING A
PORTION OF SECTION 12,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 27 WEST, SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK G PAGE 38
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
ATTA 2654 HIDDEN ES-
T CIRCLE, NAVARRE, FL
32566
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the daue of
the Us Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on November
8,2007.
Mary M Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Wlatkins
Deputy Clerk
111707
112407

Legal 11/1260
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2007-CP-334
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Dorothy M. Pickering
a.ka. Dorothy Marie Pickering
Deceased.


Personal Representative:
/s/ Marcella A Pickering
Daughter
Marcella A Pickering Daughtery
7183 Australian Street
Navarre, Florida 32566
111707
112407
11/1260


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Crestview �$450. Call 748-9218 or "
Better Than a 995-0606
Yard Sale 1
Furniture, housewares, Looking for EMPLOYMENT
glass, Nascar, John Dead 2000 Yamaha
sDeere, grapes, rooster & GP800 waverunner (or 4100 - Help Wanted
sunflower kitchenware, compatable year) to rob 4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
Christmas decorations, orbuypartsyof. Please 4120 - Sales
Southern Living cook- 864ae Employmen
books dragons & ca 5745. wLeave nf4130 formation
swords, toys & games. message if no answer. information
80 Booths of bargains
new & used. Christmas Looking for ANT
headquarters Booth 63
Garcon Market & An- Electronic drum set in 4100
tiques. Exit 26 1-10 left very ood condition, rea- 410
1 2 mile, behind sonai'De prices. Roland
Stuckeys. Auctions every with mess heads preferred Bayou Cafe
2nd & 4th Sat. 6:30 pm. but all will be consid Now hiring experienced
eredl Please call cook, waitstaff, and dish-
864-5745. Leave mes- washer. 994-7111
sage if no answer.


Milton
Huge Yard Sale
55T2 Walker Rd.
Fri & Sat, 7am-2pm
ALL MUST GOl


3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)

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3240
7 311. . 11"o I

Frigidaire Frost Free Re- Gun Show
frilerator with Ice Maker Pn Scornl


-- --- White $250.00, Ken- .
more Electric Washer & Fairgrounds
t Dryer White $200.00. Nov. 17 & 18
*/ i' ' *Refrigerator Purchased *Sat. 9-5
�I - New June 2007. Wash-
er/dryer Purchased Used *Sun. 10-4
L June 2007-Excellent Cos- Free Parking
metic and WorkinqCon- (407)
edition. Local: 564-35727 (407)
4 e - a or (615) 417-5213 275-7233
PETS & ANIMALS floridagunshows.com
2100- Pets F N U
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home 3220
2120 -Pet Supplies Good Home 32.0
2130 - Farm Animals/ Couch, loveseat chair
Supplies and audaman a match- 1
2140 - Pets/Livestock ing. Tan color with 3270
Wanted matching throws.


| 2100


NEW rIJIJAY

4 Adorable AKC Reg
Pomeranian puppies
$600 ea. 337-654-9173
or 850-687-9654

2- beautiful, playful,
loving, dark tabby, home-
less kittens. Need a -
good, responsible, car-
ing home. Call
623-5128

Peke A Poos Puppies,
Apricot, 11 weeks old,
second shots. $400.
Call: 623-6948



2110 1
Adorable, playful kit-
tens. Li:er box trained.
Free to a good home.
994-76930





5 Horses for sale.
9,81-1613 or 450-9490


T1


$500.0-0 Excellent condi-
tion. 626-0844 or
261-7538
Large Double reclining
sofa about 7 1/2 feet long.
Mocha colored hearing
bone. Good condition
Very heavy $300 obo.
981-9336
Mediterranean Bed-
room Suite $250, Dark
Green Recliner $50,
Kitchen table w/chairs
$150, 10" Craftman Ra-
dial Arm Saw $300,
Natural gas water heater
$40, Electric water
heater $40, Porcelain
Grandma & Grandpa
dolls $100 for both.
626-0159
Sectional L-shaped
Sofa, Saae, Heavily Pad-
ded Cushions Factory Ap-
plied Fabric Protection
10 Yr Warranty
$450.00, Oval Wood
Coffee Table with
Shelves $150.00, Dining
Table with 4 Chairs,
Round Glass Top with
Decorative Edging, Deco-
rative Scroll Iron Base,
Chair Seats Padded De-
signed Fabric $300.00,
2-Computer Desks with
Hutch, 2-File
Drawers/ 1-Center Pullout
Drawer Each Unit
$90.00 for each desk.
All Items Purchased
New June 2007. Local:
564-5727 or
(615)417-5213


Wedding Gown
with veil. Satin Ivory with
Ionq sheer sleeves. Size
6. $350. Call 939-5084




3280

Riding lawn mower with
bagger. Excellent
condition. 994-6346







Electric Wheelchair,
new battery very reason-
able price. Free walkers
with sae. 675-6421







2 burial plots at Memory
Park Garden of Prayer.
Save $1,000 will sell
both for $1600. Side by
side.
Call 623-6481.
Leave message.


,Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
problem! Earn up to
3310 $900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
Estey Liberty pany endorsed CDL
Organ w/bench raining.
Automatic set-up, 2 key- 18662805309
boards, programming.
$1500obo. Call after
6pm. 678-8941 'HOLIDAY HELP'
WANTED:
' '>,,. ", ; , ,' Polka-dots toy & gift store
Looking for inMilton seeking receore
Electronic drum set in tionist for days, and gift
very aood condition, rea- wrapper retail salesper-
sonab:le prices. Roland son, and shipping person
with mess heads preferred for 3-7 shift and Satur-
but all will be consid- days. $7/hr. Email
ered! Please call cservice@mypolkadots.
864-5745. Leave mes- com or call
sage if no answer. 850-626-3568


ACROSS
1. Latin bear
5. First name in political
"eggheads"
10. Toast topper
14. Nostradamus, for
one
5. Gnome
16. Vex
17. "Play It _ Lays"
(2 words)
18. Art tripod
19. Tern or erne
20. Produce, as energy
22. Eye parts
24. Sheep mother,
25. Ship's letters
26. Small fly
27. __ in the sky
28. Hoof sound
9. Montgomery of jazz
32. Ascended
35. Holiday dessert gift
37. Cleopatra's maid
38. Bides
39. Over again
40. Preferences
42. Mustard plant
43. Compass pt.
44. Doozy
45. Filming locale
46. Performed a
brake job
47. Sapphire or diamond
48. Wee demon
51. Angry looks


Postal Jobs
&17.33 to $27.58/hr.
Now Hiring. For applica-
tion and free government
job info. CallAmerican
Association of Labor.
1-913-599-8226
24 hr Employment
Service


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


Curbing Business
for sale
Com lete. $6000 co-op
with friends and or neigh-
bors. Do your landscap-
ing. Then sell the busi-
ness. 626-1062


54. Apiary worker
56. Hawaiian island
57. So long, in
Barcelona
59. Hammett hound
60. Senator Simpson
from Wyoming
61. Aerobic measure
62.; Ogle
63. Hindmost
64. Shoe parts
65. Book and tail

DOWN
1. Customary practice
2. Patch up an old
repair
3. French river
4. " d'Escrivir"
5. Army command
(2 words)
6. Mild oaths
7. Throw off
8. Tankard filler
9. Senator Simon's
state
10. Satellite's path
11. Maxwell or Lane
12. Sligo's locale
13. Name in autos
21. Spoil
23. Wholly absorbed
26. Oversupplies
27. Cuban coin
28. Colonial broadcaster
29. Ebb


SI 9,000UU. 623-U094/ or
678-665-9278


Milton
Professional office
space. 1200 SF totally -
renovated. Available
Dec. 1st. $1200/mth Lo-
cated behind Pen Air
Federal Credit Union off
of Doqwood Dr.
850-698-8770


30. __ out a living
31. Emulates Betsy Ross
32. Numerous
33. Where Tabriz is
34. " the Tiger"
35. Destined
36. Shopping basket
38. Autumn orchard
growths
41. Actor's part
42. " Blow Your
Horn"
45. Binocular parts
46. Main impact
47. Golden-egg layer
48. "Rosmersholm"
playwright
49. Distributed
50. Orchard fruits
51. Intent
52. Refrain syllables
53. Exclamations
54. Mini-mountain
55. Eli's school
58. The Dynamic


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Reporter
The Pre:z rGazetle -as - a r, er- ,nng
icr a general siSgnrnenr rseporier The
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ers and programs Ike r.licrosol v'J,.rri and
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free .Aorkplace arnd an equal opportur.i,'
employer
Call Jim Fleicher a[ 623-2120 or zsuC.n-,,T
*,our resumes t.: J.rr Fletcher. Press Gazene.
6629 Elva St . r.l.lron FL 325,0


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


6100

BUSINESS & FINANCIAL Milton
5100 - Business For sale or rent Historic
Opportunities Home zoned RC-1, 1-
5110 - Money to Lend block off of Hwy 90. Ad-
jacentto Courthouse.
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Warehouse for rent ap-
prox. 1200 SF. 6-roll-up
doors. Excellent location.
255-4004

Navarre 1500sf office
suite, like new, in profes-
sional complex, Hwy 98.
$1400mo. 420-7201




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

Milton
2/BR 1/BA near Whit-
ing Field $550/mth
$550/securily Don
Cumbie Realty
377-6787

Milton
2-BR/1-BA unfurnished
no dogs. I pay the water.
Laundry room, pool,
walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
$550-$600 mth plus
dep. Bring ad $00 TOO off.
Emerald Sands
712-9968


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MILTON
Texas Roadhouse
S:ina Rosa Medical Center
Steph & Ellie's- Blimpie's
Country\ Market
he O(-ther Place
\\inn Di\ie
C\ S
Pic "N Sa\
Milton Bakei\
Circle K ( Stewart & Dog'. ood,
hliort Stop J I un.U-r' I
Race \\ \ Store
Food World
K-N LII
\'a. al Ho Prv- GILtell. Office
Tom rThuinb t _ Glo ier Lane
Tomn 1 lihuib 'a \\ illard Norris
'onm I h[,umb ,4 B',-Pa'N
Toni Thumb 'n Sk) lin
Stiita Ro..a Countr, Comple'.
Hairde. ,,
Ace'-. Rcuitarant
Faminil Dollar
Freds
Be Lots
Red Btmn Bri-B-Q
Eni. rad In i
\\ hutJbureerC


EAST MILT ON
Regeie's Bar-B-Que
Local Yokel
Kile\ '",
Shell Food Store
Tom Thumhb ,' Wnrd Basin
T,-,m Thumb *" High \al S7S
Bito

NORTH Mil TON
WHITING FIELD)
[ke'- Food Marrc
To,:m Thiumb in Hihiwva. .S'"N


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Firmei . CouitrN Market
Greer's Grocer\ Siorc-
Ja\ Hospiual
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2/1 bath. Total electric,
Pollard Paul. Water &
arba e furnished.
435/tmth $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 Really
994-7918
Pace
2-Mobile Homes, nice,
clean & quiet. No pets.
$475/mth
$400/damage deposit.
Help with the 1 st mths
rent. 995-1717
Pace
3/2 Doublewide private
lot. 4832 Guernsey Rd.
Total electric, no pets.
$750/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
Mobile Home in park.
3/BR 1/BA. Total elec-
tric, no pets. $525/mth
$300/dep. "
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pea Ridqe Area
2/BR r/BA Mobile
home in park. Water &
arbaae furnished.
$450/mth $200/dep.
otal electric, no pets.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


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


S 8120

NEW rIIIAY
Mercedes Benz
G500
2003. Mercedes Benz
G500. Silver, 43K miles,
$45,000
850-502-0633



2007 Tundra SR5,
7,000 miles. Gun metal
Gray, bucket seats.
Many extras, new rails.
623-8565 or
850-450-3764

AFFORD
SET UP FOR
HUNTING
Ford F-150 SWB
1988 6-CYL, AC, auto
trs. needs a new home.
$800.00 626-3141



1994 Custom Astro Van
4 Captain Seats/full rear
seat or bed. 1 Owner
55K miles $4000
Call: 623-3533



1986 Honda Rebel
250CC under 6,000
miles. 50-60 miles per
gallon. Great for student
male or female. Runs
great. Paid $1500 sell
For $1200 firm.
384-2386 or 623-9112


S8220
Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
comparable year) to rob
or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.


Milton
Cyanamid Rd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Water in-
cluded. No dogs.Bring in
ad and gmet $100 off.
$650 plus deposit.
712-9968

Milton
Efficiency All utilities
paid. No dogs. Walking
distance to stores,
restuarants, etc. Laun-
dryroom, in ground swim-
ming pool. Bring ad
$100 off. Emerald Sands
712-9968

Point Baker
2/BR 1/BA duplex. By
appointment only. Mini-
mum of 6 mth lease. No
pets. 623-6985 or
623-8214




The All New!
Jay

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


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6140 | 6140 7100
All utilitiesincl North Milton
All utilities included 2/R 11/2/BA, Kitchen, FREE REAL ESTATE
Downtown Milton, Living Eating Area, formal Din- TRAINING. A LOCAL IN-
space 2200 sq ft on ing and large Living VESTOR shares many
water, large fireplace, o . Uiiis tllit awesome secrets on how
AC/HC, patio formal livincluded. Finished if de- to become successful in
ingroom, Rdiningroom, TANY market. It's shock-
brakfast bar any disa- sired. $750/mth Tel. ing how eas tis. Reg-
ities, furnished, cable TV,623-6287 sister FREE at:
microwave, small appli- Pace www.coachingforre.com
ances, private parking, includename,address
$795+ Dep. 4BD/2BA behind and phone for location
850-983-8195 Pea Ridge Elementry. and time, or call
$850 permonth. 850-324-0494. LO-
Bagdad 850-232-9700 CATION and TIMEwill
Bagdad be sent via email.
Small 1 /BR house Pea Rid e Area M
$700/mth $150/dep., 3/2 1600 sf. $800/mth I f on-e
utilities furnished. No $800/security If You need to sell Now
pets. 623-8415 Don Cumbie Realty or you're an Investor
Call: Barbara 377-6787 maybe I can Help[ Call
East__Milton_850-259-4274
/ East Milton
Nice 3/2 w/new car 6et
&paint (insi7 atndoullv doe
refrigerator gas stove , 6190
fireplace. 6ff 110 & 87 i on7120
$8 emh $400/dep. M
er/dryer, CH with win- Commercial 1.5 acres
Jay/Milton/Pace dow A/C's $350/mth Route 87.
$350/security dep. 850-982-9312
Rentals 2 & 3 Month to month rent.
bedrooms. $400-$650 Military welcome
per month. Call 995-0606 or 748-9218 Milton
994-5703 ask for Jeni leave Office for Lease
message. 6061 Doctor's Pork
war- 1800 Sf. 623-5618
Milton/Pace Navarre- Lg WF 1 br, 1800 S. 623-5618
1 ba, private pool W/D
" 3/BR 2/BA, double-car $80omo. Call 850 Milton
garage. New tile & car- 516-5696 Office Space for rent,
pet. Military clause hon- excellent location. Utili-
ored. $950/mth ties included starting at
$800/deposit. Call $350/mth. 255-40"04
850-501-0273n o1-08
Navarre- 4 br, 2 ba, 2 Milton/Mun.son

12/1 $1200. 217-3716 ronment. Kitchenlaun- Commercial Property
dry, utilities, satellite T, for Sale
faox, internet, unlimited 21 acres Zoned M2
$2d5/sta h. 957-461c 6 properly located on John-
$295/mth. 957-4616 sonRd. in Milton, Flor-
I" .-' ida. Chain link fence,
H -water, sewer & holding
h-ond.d$150,000 Joe
5".rEast Milton
D,'. Nice, clean 3/BR/2/1BA pJay wde
modeled mobi e ome Aprox. 25 wooded
Sn remode ed i e hom acres on Route 4, near
' .TI on quiet country acre. 5 Jay. Contact John Byrd
"4" ".&'* m minutes to 1-10. 850-450-5174.
" *" ' riNon-smoking, lease, de-__________
-., ,, - posit & references. Milton
S. $600/mth. 623-9623 20 Acres for sale.
F- or Rent Will not break up.
-.;^ * Fema Mobile Home 994-6283
3c/2. East Gate Mobie,
Home Ranch 626-8973
.Milton
2/1 Mobile Home near11 7160
Whitingn Field $450/mth
S/$450hFecurity East Milton
I Don Cumbie Realty 3/2 Doublewide. lot.
Call:Barbara 377-6787 size is 80 x 200
Milton$70,000. Owner
, Ml2/2 on Avalon Blvd T financing. Don Cumbie
- tal Electric. 626-0919 626-8959
Milton
2/2 Total electricveryt 8100-AntiqueColibles
nice. East Gate Mobie ti vehicles
Home Ranch. 626-8973
Milton
.^IP 2/BR totally renovated.
$350/mth
$a 200 de osit. No pets.
68-50 or983-1091
Milton
3/BR 2/ on 1 A on pwivateh & Accessories
lot. Total electric. No pets8100- Antique & Collectibles
$625/mth $300/dep 811320-ATV/Ofars oadVehicles
Ru~y Kidgeway 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
Bay Crest-Realty 8130 - Trucks
994-7918 8140- Vans
Milton 8150 - commercial
Country Livina 8160 - Motorcycles
Peaceful, quiet clean. 8170 - Auto Parts
3/2 on 1 acre with & Accessories
fenced playyard, stora e 8210 - Boats
hed washer/dryer. Coin- 8220 - Personal Watercraft
utes"from lakes, creek & 8230- Sailboats
horse stables. 8240 - Boat & Marine
Non-smoking .environ- Supplies
ent. $600mth/$600ep 8310- AircraftlAviation
mn 957-1 001 8320 - ATV/Oft Road Vehicles
9710-8330 - Campers & Trailers
Milton 8340Tires and bMotorhomes
Quiet Clean Park
bage and lawn service.




i" Rent includes wer & Gar- 983-915
No Pets.





Snon-smokin $5 + Pay Cash for junk cars
/2 for $5052 or trucks. Runng or nomth
2/ for $250 /mth 99 Mercu& gaGrand
2/1 for $ 365/mth, Marauis GS, Excellent
l255-7772 Condtion, new Mitchellin
Milton Tires and brakes. 93K,
1 BATH, Sewer &Gar- 983-_515
� bage Inc., no pets,
on-smokin. + Pay Cash for junk cars
Deposit 62-1552 or trucks. Running or not.
Milton 723-5048
RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
bage included.
623-8753


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