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SATURDAY

)December 15, 2007


Workshop set for January 15th


7 Commissioners will look to narrow courthouse site choices from field of five


By RYAN ARVAY

A workshop to study the
five potential sites for a new
county judicial facility has
been set for January 15, as
agreed upon by the County
Commissioners Thursday.
The workshop will afford
citizens, as well as the individ-
ual property owners who are
offering land to the county, a
chance to be heard and consid-
ered in an open forum.


In discussing the potential
sites, Chairman John Broxson
recently told the Press Gazette
he has no stand-out favorite,
but rather two criteria by
which any property must be
measured-convenience and
connectivity.
"The new judicial facility
must be centrally located as
much as possible to the vast
majority of citizens," says
Broxson, who points out, "the
courthouse is traditionally the


center of town."
Broxson also stresses his
desire to make the new judi-
cial facility easy to access
from all parts of the county.
"The main thing is connectivi-
ty, both north and south. I
want that to be part of the
master plan from the very
beginning," he says.
A question frequently
posed to the Commissioners in
light of so many financial dif-
ficulties plaguing the state, is


why the county is entertaining
the notion of purchasing land
when they already own a large
parcel in the Santa Rosa
Industrial Park near the jail.
The notion of free land
can be misleading explains
Broxson, who worries the land
in the industrial park may be
better suited for a viable new
business. "When real estate is
used up, it's used up- so it's
not free in my mind," he says.
The Industrial Park prop-


erty is estimated at a value of
$457,672 for approximately
22 acres.
Commissioner Bob Cole
points out that the price of
purchasing the land is not the
only factor in considering
which property is optimal
based on cost.
Each potential location
has additional site improve-
ment costs associated with
them-this is the cost of
preparing the land for devel-


opment, such as implementing
the utilities' infrastructure.
Cole points out even
though the Industrial Park
property is already owned by
Santa Rosa County, the total
site improvement costs are the
third highest, at
$1,401,370.55.
The property in Pea Ridge
just west of Pensacola Junior
College, owned by Town
Square LLC, has the costliest
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The filled in cracks and supports on the outside wall at Jay High
School are very visible to the human eye.


Jay Highe repairs


to be put on hold


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
The construction of a new
academic building for Jay
High School to replace the one
suffering from structural
insufficiencies, may not hap-
pen until 2009 given the cur-
rent' financial atmosphere in
the Santa Rosa County School
District. �
Assistant Superintendent
for Administrative Services,
Steven Ratliff, did recommend
to the School Board on
Thursday they move the proj-
ect forward, although the .ear-
liest that will happen may be


after the start of the next fiscal
year, beginning July 1, 2008.
At that time more revenue
will be available as the district
receives new funding from the
state and collects its local
sales tax. :
Despite being approved
for the 2007/2008 work plan
three months ago, the District
has presently repaired only the
existing building so as to be
safe enough to occupy until
the new structure can be fund-
ed and completed. .
Jay mayor, Kuryin Qualls,
was present at Thursday's
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Block scheduling becomes optional

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recommendation that as of the
2008/2009 school-year, all
high schools in the district will
be staffed according to the
block schedule.
For the past ten years high
schools such as Milton, Pace,
Chumuckla, and Central have
been on the block schedule,
whereby students receive four
classes a day for the entire
semester, and then switch
classes the following semes-


�ScnOUl bDUal U WaLs stanaLg
room only for a while, as sev-
eral parents and students con-
cerned over the proposed
change came out to voice their
disapproval.
Those who rose to speak
to the Board during the meet-
ing were all representing Gulf
Breeze High School, where
students are on a seven period
day, as is Navarre High.
Each school will be
afforded the option of adopt-


ing the block schedule or
remaining on a seven- period
day provided they get a waiv-
er ratified by the Board.
Members of the School
Board voted on Thursday to
move the final deadline for
schools to opt out, by one
week to Januaryl7, and will


vote to ratify any and all
waivers on January 24. This
decision was made to give
each school a chance to bring
the issue before their respec-
tive school advisory boards.
"We don't want to make a
change," Superintendent John
Rogers told those in atten-


of
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There were those in the
audience who disagreed. "I
think it's a misnomer to call it
a schedule concern," said
Richard Jesmonth, a Gulf
Breeze High parent. "This is
fundamental to how we
teach."
"I've taught young people
before," says Jesmonth, " and
they can't pay attention that
long, grad students can't
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County Government

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


State Government


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


Federal Government


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


School Government

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


City Government

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


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette Page 3-A


Obituaries


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Reno, Marie Ella
1922 - 2007
Marie Ella Reno, age 85,
went to be with her Lord God,
whom she loved and served all
the days of her life, on
Sunday, December 2, 2007.
Mrs. Reno was born in
Repton, Alabama on August 2,
1922. She moved to Pensacola
in her late teens living there
until 1986, when Mrs. Reno
made Milton her home for the
remainder of her years. She
was a member of Olivet
Baptist Church of Milton for
the last 20 years, holding the
honor of "Prayer Warrior for
God." She was a proud mem-
ber of the Saints Alive Choir
at Olivet where she sang prais-
es to God's name. She also
worked many years in the
nursery caring for the congre-
gation's children.
She was preceded in death
by her loving husband of 51
years-Richard A. Reno, and
her youngest son-Richard D.
Reno. She lost her mother,
Alice White, her father,
Luman White, and four broth-
ers (Ottis, Hurston, Houston,
and Maison) many years ago.


She leaves to cherish her
memory three daughters-
Joyce English, of Ft. Walton
Beach. Barbara Gardner, of
Dallas. TX. and Sharon
(Buddy) Franklin. of Pace:
one son-Gene (Irene) Luker.
of Tampa. FL. She leaves 11
grandchildren- Michelle
Jackson, Charles Ward,
Belinda Gimpel, Lisa Lewis,
Devon Hebert, Tonya Moore,
David Gardner, Rena Killam,
Misha Pitzen, Bobby Stewart,
and Shannon Stewart; 15 great
grandchildren and two great-
great-grandchildren; one sis-
ter-Alice Hancock, of
Pensacola, FL; many nieces
and nephews; and her dearest
friend--Nora Jones.
Visitation was held at
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel from 5:00-7:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, December 4, 2007. A
Celebration of Her Life
(Funeral) was held the follow-
ing day, Wednesday,
December 5, 2007, at Olivet
Baptist Church of Milton at
11:00 a.m. with Pastor Frankie
Godsey, presiding.
Burial followed in Milton
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home Milton Chapel direct-
ing. There will be a social for
friends and family at Olivet
Baptist Church immediately
following burial services.
The family would like to
send a special thanks to the
compassionate and caring
nurses on the 4th floor at Santa
Rosa Medical Center.
Covenant Hospice of
Northwest Florida also
deserves a "Thank you" for
their wonderful group provid-
ing exceptional care for
patients and their family. They
are all God-sent.
Active pallbearers were


David Gardner, Bobby
Stewart, Shannon Stewart.
Don Harris, Roland Henson,
and Mark Smith.
Honorary pallbearers were
the Deacons from Olivet
Baptist Church.
Moe, Walter J.
1919 - 2007
Mr. Walter J. Moe, age 88,
a long-time resident of Milton,
FL, passed away Monday,
December 10, 2007.
Walter was born in
Lansing, Iowa April 11, 1919,
to Hanse Jacob and Mayme
(Warren) Moe. He worked as
an Instrument Foreman for
Daniels International, and
served during World War II in
the United States Navy as a
Third Class Aviation
Machinist. He was a member
of the Santa Rosa Masonic
Lodge #16, Disabled
American Veterans, American
Legion, Shrine Temple,
Scottish & York Rite, and the
Order of the Eastern Star of
Milton.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, his brothers-
Lewis Moe and Marvin, and
his sister-Hilma Rathbun.
He is survived by numer-
ous nieces and nephews.
Visitation is Monday,
December 17, 2007 from 10
a.m. until the funeral service
beginning at 11 a.m. at Donnie
Sowell Funeral Home. Burial
will follow with Military and
Masonic Honors in Memory
Park Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to the
Shriner's Children's Fund.
Arrangements are made
by Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home and Memory Park
Cemetery.


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Bridge


ceremony
The 1-10 Escambia Bay
Bridge officially opened fol-
lowing a special ceremony
Wednesday. Governor
Charlie Crist was present
and officially designated
the newly completed proj-
ect as the David Bogan
Bridge in honor of the late
Florida Department of
Transportation Project
Manager who passed away
from brain cancer in
February.
Press Gazette photos
by Ryan Arvay


SPEAK


OUT


















Thursday, 10:57 a.m.
Hi, this is Lou. Okay
Milton, it's time to let our heart
show. Mary Barnes' letter to
the editor made me cry. I'm
sure there are many that have
more than they need. I won-
der, does this family have
warm clothes and food to eat
beyond the holiday meal?
Let's all band together and
keep her utilities on, maybe get
a television for the children or
some books and games. Maybe
there is also a car dealer with a
big heart that can help with a
car. Thanks to everybody. God
bless you all, and Merry
Christmas.

Wednesday, 11:51 a.m.
I went to the City of
Milton to pay my water bill
today. It's my day off, plus a lot
of people are on their lunch
break, and the office was
closed from 11 to 1 for a
Christmas party. I just think
that's poor professionalism.
Thank you.

Monday, 10:24 a.m.
Hello this is JW. Why
doesn't the city of Milton
require garbage cans to be off
the streets and curbs after
being serviced? If not, the City
can buy the garbage cans with-
out wheels. Some people don't
know how the wheels work,
plus the cans without them are
cheaper. Have a good day.

Thursday, 2:27 p.m.
Hi this is Rocky. You
know what could happen to a
child who gets nothing for
Christmas, he could grow up
and turn Santa in Satan. You
can believe it or not.

Tuesday, 7:47 a.m.
Our foliage is one of the
most beautiful, miraculous,
and precious things given to
us. Our farmer, horticultural-
ists, and homeowners are very
proud. We have worked very
hard to keep our county beau-
tiful. It is extremely counter
productive to clutter our
nature with those e hugebill-
boards. They are especially
unattractive on Highway 90
and Dogwood Drive in
Milton. Thank you. My name
is Mel.

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


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Local

"...Of Time and the River"


Central to her life, the Yellow River responded to Leila


Brown's needs and in return received her love and respect


By OBIE CRAIN
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Time and tide waits for no
man.
Or woman, for that matter,
although the late Mrs. Leila
Brown never made those
kinds of demands on the
Yellow River, a gentle but
sometimes robust and unre-
strained estuary, that she con-
sidered a part of her life.
Brown's Fish Camp,
"...about five or 10 minutes
down Ward Basin Road," situ-
ated on the river's edge at the
end of the roadway, is where
Leila spent the biggest part of
her life-73 years, to be exact.
And even after her advanced
age and nature's wrath
deprived her of the satisfaction
of living there and being a part
of the river's environment, she
made frequent pilgrimages out
of a sense of respect for the
home it represented to her.
But the river has passed on
to the care of others now. Leila
died on November 22, this last
Thanksgiving Day, at the age
of 91.
After the longevity of
almost three-quarters of a cen-
tury operating Brown's Fish
Camp, Leila was perhaps one
of the oldest business owners
in Santa Rosa County. She was
born in Bagdad and moved to
the Ward Basin community in
early childhood.
She is a Santa Rosa native,
having met and married her
husband, the late Ottis Brown,
here. She and Ottis moved to
the fish camp on August 1,
1935, where they lived on a
houseboat for two years.
Those were the beginning of
"...some of the most exciting
times of my life," she often
said.
Over the years she and her
husband rented boats, catered,'


hosted fishing parties, rented
cabins, and carved a place out
of the wilderness that eventu-
ally became the showplace of
Yellow River.
But her husband died in
1980. Of course she said it was
a great blow. "But it was nec-
essary to continue my life,"
she told me when I visited her
in her "garden" on the banks of
the river 16 years ago this past
October. And from all
accounts she was very success-
ful in carrying on her life in a
remarkable, respectful way.
I remember her as a gentle,
but energetic, resourceful, and
rather attractive lady even at
75, and she was always busy
with one chore or another. But
all her time was not spent car-
ing for the property and run-
ning a prosperous business.
She loved to cook and visit and
entertain.
In fact, she gave me her
recipe for prize winning hush-
puppies, which included
cooked grits and also eggs.
When I tried it out, I found her
assessment of its success to be
entirely correct: "You'll find
they just turn over by them-
selves!" she said of the hush-
puppies.
After Hurricane Ivan dev-
astated the property in 2004,
she moved to Country Haven
Apartments where she lived
for two years while the fish
camp property was being
rehabilitated. She later moved
to the Heritage on Northrop
Road and eventually spent the
last few days of her life in,the
West Florida Hospice. But she
always loved her property, and
even when it didn't seem nec-
essary, she would go back as
frequently as possible to
"...see about it."
That "home place" is the
last 92 acres of 200 that she


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The late Leila Brown was one of Santa Rosa County's oldest business women before her passing
Brown's Fish Camp at the end of Ward Basin Road, which is pictured below..


and her husband originally
procured at the outset of their
marriage. County Road 89
ends (or does it actually
begin?) right at its doorsteps.
Of course it's a comfortable,
paved road now, but she
remembered when it was just
slightly less cultivated.
Leila was a member of
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church and also attended
First Baptist Church of
Milton. She loved gospel
music and was a member of.
Hickory Hammock's choir.
In addition to her hus-
band, Ottis, Leila was preced-
ed in death by her sister,
Marie Weekley, and brother,
Wilburn Weekley.
She is survived by her two


daughters, Nancy, (Mrs. Scott
Ralston of Pace), and Lillian,
(Mrs. Gary Nelson of Milton.)
There are also three grand-'
children and three great
grandchildren.
Like Tom Wolfe's "Of
Time and the River," which
illustrates the universal truths
about art and life, Leila's rela-
tionship to her Yellow River
environment illustrates a nat-
ural integrity, physical
strength, and a tenacious per-
severance that has been so
graciously reflected in her life
and relationships with others.
Just as her daughter
Nancy told me a few days
ago, "She was the kind of
woman who took much
greater joy and satisfaction in


giving and doing for others
than receiving any gratuities
for herself."
And that, perhaps, is the


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likely, be remembered by any-
one who ever knew her or
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site improvements figure of
$5,004,925.36. This figure,
says Cole does not include the
road project tied to the offer
which would connect
Hamilton Bridge to Highway
90- a notion he claims origi-
nally attracted him to the offer.
However, Cole says now
it is reported by the County
Engineers this corridor will
cost in upwards of $20 mil-
lion, as well as cut through
wet lands.


Jay

Continued From Page One
School Board meeting to ask if
there was any way to speed up
the process. "There are a lot of
concerned parents," he said,
"who have not been assured the
building is safe."
At a school board meeting
held earlier this month, Navarre
High School was awarded addi-
tional money left over in a COPS
grant for the construction of a
new field house, and improve-
ments to the school cafeteria,
leaving some to wonder why this
money wasn't used for the Jay
High project.
Ratliff explains the amount
of grant money left over
accounted for only 3 million dol-
lars, a fraction of the total budg-
et projected for the new building
at Jay, which could cost any-
where between 12 and 18 mil-
lion dollars, depending on the
market.
Ratliff says the District
could apply for a COPS loan to
fund the project but even this is
contingent upon approval of
official conceptual drawings and
blueprints, which cost money to
produce.
Ratliff's recommendation,
as he relayed it to the School
Board, is to fund the project
through the conceptual phase
and create the necessary plans
come July I of next year. Once
those are in hand the next step
can be taken.


"How do we justify
spending that money with the
tax amendment issue placing a
burden on the county to con-
tinue to provide the same serv-
ices to our citizens?" asks
Cole.
When asked for his prefer-
ence, Cole says he favors the
land being offered to the coun-
ty by William H "Cotton"
Byrom, off Highway 90 in
East Milton.
Byrom will donate
approximately 15 acres to the


By this time next year,
Ratliff told the School Board he
hopes they will be accepting bids
for construction.
Construction would begin
about two weeks after the board
approves a bid, says Ratliff, who
estimates the new structure will
then take approximately 18
months to complete, making the
new building ready for the
2010/2011 school year.
Jay High has been suffering
from structural problems since
2005, when large cracks began
to appear in the exterior walls of
the school, which at only 31
years-old, is prematurely show-
ing signs of age.
Some thought the high
school may be experiencing sub-
sidence issues as a result of the
soil in Jay, which ahs been sub-
ject to oil drilling for many years.
Superintendent John Rogers
says engineers working for the
District have done several land
quality tests, as well as drilled
thousands of feet underground,
and there is no suggestion the
current situation stems from oil.
Others have blamed under-
ground water wells and the hur-
ricanes of recent years, says
Rogers.
The roof of the Jay High did
sustain damage from hurricanes
Ivan and Dennis, though there is
no way to tell whether the storms
contributed to the present prob-
lem.


county if it agrees to complete
the judicial facility in three
years. implements the infra-
structure on neighboring prop-
erty for a future development,
and places a tax assessment
freeze on the remaining prop-
erty for 20 years.
Cole deems the Byrom
property as the best "common
sense solution." He notes it
has the lowest site improve-
ment cost of $545,633.66,
would keep the county from
having to develop in the


industrial park, and minimizes
the distance to transport pris-
oners since it is in East Milton,
which Cole says reduces the
risk of an inmate escape.
In the days leading up to
the January workshop the
Commsisioners have said they
will remain open to other
offers rather than enforce a cut
of date.
Broxson says he would
ultimately like to see the least
costly site be the favorite site.
"It's definitely not going in the


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Continued From Page One
the employees who are out of
a job sign up for unemploy-
ment and address their needs.
Pat Lockard, with Team
Santa Rosa, the organization
charged with the responsibil-
ity of bringing new industry
to Santa Rosa County, says
she is not surprised by the
news considering the slump
in the housing market.
"Home construction
companies [such as 84] were
doing very well right after
hurricane Ivan," says
Lockart, "but things have
changed. I've seen the trick-
le down effect."
The decision to close the
truss plant was effective as of
closing yesterday.
The closing was
announced this week at the
Santa Rosa County
Commissioners meeting.
"It's a temporary clo-
sure," said Team Santa Rosa
Executive Director Cindy
Anderson. "When the hous-
ing market rises, they'll
reopen."
Anderson said approxi-
mately 40 positions were cut
with the plant's closing. She
said "the silver lining" was
that there is another truss
company opening soon in the
Santa Rosa County Industrial
Park.
With the rise in military


personnel in Okaloosa
County the housing market is
expected to rise again,
Anderson said.
A decision on what it
would take to repoen the plant
had not been made.




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OUR VIEW



Santa Rosa,



we are lucky

We should be very proud of the extra curricular activities in
Santa Rosa County.
Many were hurt one week ago as Pace finished one point
short in the Class 4A State Football Semi Finals, but the Patriots
won the game in many other ways we can only see in reflection
upon the road they traveled.
Also walking away winners were Milton, Jay, and Navarre
as they showed the same class, talent, and competitiveness as
Pace did.
On two separate occasions Pace and Milton squared off for a
huge football contest with each game easily drawing 10,000 or
more fans, but there seemed to be some things missing.
At the game against Nease, Pace fans were welcomed with a
direct path to their seats and passed through a barrier which
resembled a demilitarized zone guarded by St. John's County
deputies dressed out in their BDU's.
It was even worse the week before at First Coast High as
deputies were going through bags and patted a few fans down
they felt looked suspicious.
Nothing like this has ever happened in Santa Rosa County.
Even in the most intense football game of the season, Pace
and Milton, the fans intermingled and interacted with each other.
Nease Athletic Director Ted Barbato kept the fans separated
to the point that Pace Principal Frank Lay was turned away from
one of the concession stands at the game because he went to the
wrong one.
The only way you would get turned away from a concession
stand in Santa Rosa County was if you didn't have any money or
they ran out of food.
Barbato and Nease wanted to keep the fans separated
because of what was termed hooligans which attend the Panthers
football games.
At one point they resembled the football coaches who tried
their best to intimidate the Pace players as they lined the Nease
45-yard line while staring intently during warm-ups.
Then there was the coaching staff not being allowed in the
press box and much more, but this behavior must be the standard
in the Jacksonville area.
A hooligan at a football game around here is removed and
told not to come back.
But the week before Pace was at First Coast the situation
was much graver as the events after the game were marred by a
shooting at near the high school.
This was the reason for the heightened security as the thou-
sands passed through the gates prior to game time.
Athletic fans didn't realize how lucky we are in Santa Rosa
County until they traveled to Nease and First Coast.
Not only do we have some fine athletes that compete in sev-
eral sports, but we have the fan support as well.
The only way we can have this kind of success is through
the hard efforts of our coaches, administrators, and those who
help put on the many sporting events in the county.
Knowing the long bus rides these young people face it is
amazing our sports groups do not try to get a state championship
in Northwest Florida.
You cannot say we are not prepared after hosting NCAA
Championships and other championships involving teams from
several different states as well.
The excuse of our location doesn't hold water since there
have been numerous state championships held in the Miami area.
Compared to how far we are from Miami the FHSAA might
as well have the championship in some place like Havana.. .on
second through that would be even closer than Tallahassee.


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A MINORITY VIEWPOINT


Racial hoaxes and the NAACP


Last May, firefighters at a
Baltimore, Md., fire station came under
scrutiny for displaying a deer with an
afro wig, gold tooth, gold chain and a
cigarette hanging from its mouth.
Marvin "Doc" Cheatham, president
of the Baltimore chapter of the NAACP,
went ballistic, charging, "There is now
and has been a culture of racism and
white supremacy within the Baltimore
bee City Fire "
Department."
As it turns out,
it was a black fire-
S' man who dressed
up the critter.
Cheatham refused
to apologize for his
accusations of fire
department racism,
WALTER maintaining "there
WILLIAMS is now and has
been a culture of
racism and white supremacy within the
Baltimore City Fire Department."
On Nov. 21, a hangman's noose was
found at the fire station with a note,
"We can't hang the cheaters, but we can
hang the failures. No EMT-1, NO
JOB." The noose and note turned up on
the heels of an investigation into allega-
tions of cheating on the test that emer-
gency medical technicians must take for
certification.
Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, a
black, in a written statement said, "I am
outraged by this deplorable act of hatred
and intimidation. Threats and racial
attacks are unacceptable anywhere,


especially in a firehouse." Doc
Cheatham said, "We're going to demand
that this be handled as a hate crime. This
thing really needs to end here in
Baltimore city." The incident prompted a
federal investigation.
Last week, Donald Maynard, a
black firefighter-paramedic, confessed to
having placed the noose, note and draw-
ing depicting a lynching on a bunk in the
firehouse. City officials said Maynard
was recently suspended, prior to his con-
fession, from the department Friday for
failing to meet requirements for
advanced life-saving training. A
spokesman for Mayor Dixon said there
would be no criminal charges filed.
In response to Maynard's confession,
NAACP President Cheatham still
blamed white racism, saying, "It really
saddens us to hear that evidently things
have reached a stage that even an
African-American does an injustice to
himself and his own people as a result of
a negative culture in that department."
Doc Cheatham is a poster boy for
demonstrating a much larger problem,
namely that the once proud and useful
NAACP has outlived that usefulness and
has in some instances become an imped-
iment to black progress. The Joint
Center for Political and Economic
Studies, a black liberal-to-moderate
Washington-based think-tank, reported
that 88 percent of blacks favored educa-
tional choice plans. A Gallup Poll found
72 percent of blacks support school
choice. The NAACP, acting as hand-
maidens for the teachers' unions, is


solidly against school vouchers. A
Gallup Poll shows 44 percent of blacks
are for the death penalty and 49 percent
against it, but the NAACP is solidly
against it.
The major problems confronting a
large segment of the black community
have little or nothing to do with racism
-- problems such as unprecedented ille-
gitimacy, family breakdown, fraudulent
education, crime and rampant social
pathology. If white people became
angels tomorrow, it would do nothing
to solve problems that can only be
solved by blacks.
But I'm somewhat optimistic.
More and more blacks are seeing
through race hustlers such as Al
Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Doc
Cheatham. An even more optimistic
note is the financial decline of the
NAACP. Declining black support is
good evidence that the civil rights
struggle is over and won. That's not to
say there are not major problems but
they are not civil rights problems.
Today, most civil rights organiza-
tions get their financial support from
white businesses and foundations cav-
ing in to intimidation or seeking to
sooth feelings of guilt. For them, I have
a cheaper alternative, "Proclamation of
Amnesty and Pardon Granted to All
Persons of European Descent," avail-
able at walterewilliams.com.

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


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Have you been chipped?
In another cabal of corpo-
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For the past ten years
Paulette Allen has given her
neighbors in Allentown and
residents from all over
Santa Rosa County quite a
gift.
Beginning as early as
September, Allen and a
handful of volunteers trans-
form the majority of her
three acres into a spectacu-
lar display of colored lights
and decorations, including
scenes from the most
beloved stories of the sea-
son-from the ' birth of
Christ to Rudolph the Red-
nosed Reindeer.
Calling it, "Christmas in
Allentown," Allen invites
the public to walk through
her front yard (all the way
up to her front porch) to
experience what has
become, for some, a family
tradition, and all for free.
The display is open
every day of the week from
dusk to 9 p.m. and will be
going on through January 1.
Children will have the
opportunity to have their
picture taken with Santa
every Friday and Saturday
night from 6:30-9 p.m. from
now until the end of the
month. Pictures ' are five
dollars and all proceeds go
to the American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life
Allen .says the event
grew from a conversation
she had while sitting around
the kitchen table with fami-
ly and friends. They decid-
ed to combine their lights,
decorations, and time 'to
create one large display
which began with 10,000
lights and has grown this
year to ,; include some


250,000.
People from all over the
US have walked through
Allen's winter wonderland.
She reports just last week
she had a visitor from Italy
' sign her guest book.
Even though Christmas
in Allentown is free to the
public, there is a price to
pay for staging such a pro-
duction. Allen, who bares
the entire cost of maintain-
ing the displays and buying
new decorations each year,
reports her electric bill each
December is between
$1,000 to $1,500.
' With such a personal
impact on her pocketbook
there might be those who
wonder why she does it.
"God has been gracious
to me," she says plainly. "I
feel like this is the least I
can do to give unto God as
he has given unto us."
"There are a lot of peo-.
ple who couldn't afford to
go to St Anne's or Zoo
Lights, who have children,"
she says. "To see the
amazement on their faces
and the gratitude people
show for the opportunity to
get out as a family, it's just
fantastic."
In addition to the light
display, Allen chooses one
of several charities each
year which visitors can
make donations to through
her "wishing well."
Last year Allen was able
to raise around $1300 for
the American Cancer
Society, which she donated
through the Relay for Life
fundraiser held in Jay.
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Guardian Ad Litem, which
helps give a voice to abused
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lights comes an increased
flow of traffic to Allen's
predominantly rural neigh-
bor, however, she says to
date she has never had a
problem with any of her
neighbors. "They're just
wonderful," she says.
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as if "Christmas in
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some reaction from the
locals, as Allen's yard has
seemingly spurred some
friendly competition among
the neighbor's increasingly
elaborate decorations.
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recently moved down the
street from her, where he
has decorated his own home
with around 50,000
Christmas lights. Allen says
with a smile in her voice,
"People say to me, 'oh,
you've got some competi-
tion.' No, I tell them, it just
runs in the family."


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could last for many months or years
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my. Tuesday saw the weakness come
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under the assumption that the Federal
Reserve could announce as much as a
50 basis point cut in interest rates later
in the day. This belief had led to a
weakening dollar and a rally in oil as
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would have been a bigger boost to
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as more liquidity typically means better economic growth, a weaker
dollar and stronger commodity prices. The bullish news was strength-
ened by Goldman Sachs' annual commodity outlook report where the
company predicted that oil prices would hit $105 per barrel by the end
of 2008. Many analysts and traders have made the assumption that
prices next year will be lower than this years, so the report added fuel
to an already strong rally on Wednesday. By the end of the day, crude
oil prices were up $4.37, the biggest one-day gain on a percentage basis
since January. The price of oil in the coming weeks will probably
depend largely on how the Fed's liquid injection is interpreted. If
traders continue to see it as a source of cheap money for all financial
markets, oil and other commodities could continue to move higher.
However, if traders begin to believe that the injection is much more tar-
geted to the struggling banking sector, some of the recent gains could
evaporate.
The commodity rally on Wednesday was not limited to just the
energy sector. The grains saw large gains as well. Corn, Wheat, and
Soybeans have all been in a sustained rally since the summer, but the
Fed's decision to create additional liquidity seemed to be taken by
traders as a sign of continued demand for food commodities. While
wheat was the standout on the day, finishing up the exchange-imposed
limit of 30 cents, all of the new-crop contracts (the July )Wheat,
November Soybeans and December 2008 Corn) finished at new record
highs for those contracts. This makes the planting season all the more
interesting this year as farmers can lock in record high prices before the
crop is even in the ground. As ethariol demand pushes the demand for
more acres. It will certainly be an interesting winter as growers watch
the futures prices for the next few months. With all three grains at
record prices for new-crop contracts, prices could continue to trend
higher as markets compete to give farmers an incentive to choose one
grain over another. Traders will also be watching the weather very
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The Magnolia Educational and Recreational Center is a nonprofit educational organization that is housed in the "Little Red Magnolia
School" building where African American students who lived in East Milton once attended school up to the sixth grade in the days
before buses transported them "across the river" to J.B. Turner School and later to T.R. Jackson School in Milton. The center assists
participants with a variety of exam preparation. The Center is holding a fundraiser by selling the keepsake Christmas cookbook.
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From cornbread to cob-
bler, the Magnolia Center is
cooking up some sweet treats
and good food with the sale of
its keepsake cookbook that
will be ready for Christmas.
The proceeds will be used
to support the center's pro-
gramming, said La Tasha
Walls, the center's human
resources coordinator.
"We hope it will be a suc-
cess because the funding is
needed," Walls said. "This is
just one way we're seeking
funding."
The funding is particularly
needed at this time because
the center recently reopened
after remaining inactive for
almost 20 years.
The Magnolia Educational
and Recreational Center is a
nonprofit educational organi-
zation that is housed in the
"Little Red Magnolia School"
building where African
American students who lived
in East Milton once attended
school up to the sixth grade in
the days before buses trans-
ported them "across the river"
to J.B. Turner School and later
to T.R. Jackson School in.
Milton.
, Built by Obie Robinson
on an acre of donated land, the
Magnolia School opened- it's
doors to students in 1942.
Prior to its opening there were
no schoolhouses in East
Milton for African Americans
and classes were held in area
churches.
For more than a decade,
the red brick building served
as a schoolhouse until it
closed in the mid 1950s when
the U.S. Supreme Court ruled
that separate . educational
facilities were inherently
unequal, and schools were
built to house all races. The
building was later deeded to


three area churches.
Although the center has
been dormant for nearly 20
years, officials hope to get it
back on track soon.
Today, the center houses
multidisciplinary and com-
munity based outreach pro-
grams focusing on social,
economic, education, health
and wellness advancement of .
disadvantaged youth, senior
citizens and minorities.
The center assists partici-
pants with a variety of exam
preparation, including college
entrance exams, Florida's
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT), and General
Education Development
(GED) exams. The facility
also hosts .selections includ-
ing computer literacy, after
school tutoring, health and
wellness seminars, character
building, diversity and inclu-
sion, teen pregnancy preven-
tion, drug and alcohol pre-
vention, and weekend reading
sleepovers.
The center currently has
an after school program for
students. Next year, organiz-
ers hope to have a health and
book fair.
Supporters hope the cen-
ter will redevelopand live up
to its motto: "Where educa-
tion and community bloom
together." Because that takes
money, the cookbook will be
a small step toward that goal.
"We'll use the proceeds
until we get back into the
swing of things," Walls said.
"People have placed orders
from as far away as Ohio. We
know it will be popular."
The souvenir cookbook is
$10. Organizers hope they
will delivered in time for
Christmas.
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Santa Rosa County
School District teachers
received an increase to their
salary schedule Thursday
night as the School Board
officially ratified their new
contracts.
Members of the Santa
Rosa Professional Educators
(SRPE) bargaining unit
accepted the offer from the
School' District by a 59%
majority vote.
Rhonda Chavers,
President of the SRPE, which
bargains for some 2,200
instructional and non-instruc-
tional personnel, says the
improvement is a 5.61%
increase, or the average total
improvement in the salary
schedule, including benefits.
This increase represents a
total of up to $1,050 per step
on the salary schedule for
some teachers with more
experience, and a total invest-
ment of $6 million overall


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from the School Board budg-
et.
Chavers says she is glad
the negotiations are finished
and feels the settlement was
very fair, considering the hard
economic times being faced at
a state and local level.
Superintendent John
Rogers agrees, "I'm happy
with the negotiations. I think
we were as fair as we can be
in these times. But let me say
this-we w,'ill never be able to
pay our teachers enough, for
what their worth."
Though this .year's
increase was not as substan-
tial as those in the past (last
year was 7.74%) Chavers
cites the insurance benefits
the District offers as excel-
lent, especially when com-
pared to neighboring coun-
ties.
"Escambia County's fam-
ily plan is over $450," says
Chavers, " and Okaloosa pays
$600. Santa Rosa County is
under $400."


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even."
Alicia Jeffrey, a junior at
Gulf Breeze High, is con-
cerned about how the block
schedule would affect her AP
classes, of which she is taking
four this year, including AP
Calculus.
In her remarks to the
School Board Thursday,
Jeffrey said, "If we had imple-
mented a block schedule this
year, I would have been a
completely academic student
without absolutely no elec-
tives."
This issue is critical for
students like Jeffrey who are
interested in electives such as
band, photography, newspa-
per, and French.
"A four by four schedule,"
she says, "would be detrimen-
tal to the number of accom-
plishments a student could
make within the year."
Others have argued the
block schedule will not affect
the students, but the teachers.
With the mandatory class room
size amendment, and a reduced
staff, the remaining teachers
will be left to make up the dif-
ference.
The new staffing under the
block schedule will result in a
slight reduction in staff.
District officials say that 70-
80% of the total district budg-
et is salaries and benefits. It is
for this reason the Board is rec-
ommending the block schedule
in an effort to save money.
The Financial rationale for
the change can also be summed
up in the words of Board mem-
ber Ed Gray, who stated,"it's
certainly not the teacher's fault
or even the Board's fault that
the state is broke. We're trying
to be proactive," he said,
"before it's critical, and this
time next year it'll be critical."
"We're broke," he said
plainly. "And I tell you this as
someone who has worked with
numbers my whole life. I hate
to put it in those terms, but
we're broke."


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.. 1 women achieve better health is a top
priority. Every year, breast cancer claims


the lives of mothers, daughters, and sisters
in our community, and we want to do all that
we can to help ensure early diagnosis and
treatment. That's why we are now offering
digital mammography - an important tool
in the fight against breast cancer.


Using electric signals, images are captured which can then be
viewed on high-tech computers. The high quality images are
particularly effective in detecting conditions in dense breast tissue
which is sometimes difficult to capture and visualize in traditional
film mammograms. Once the digital images are recorded, they can
easily be stored, retrieved and electronically transmitted.
Digital mammography offers an important advantage in the fight
against cancer, and at Santa Rosa Medical Center, we will continue to
do all that we can to bring the latest technology to our community.

Pulmonary Function Testing
The"Gold Standard" for Pulmonary Function Testing (PFT) is diagnostic
testing that can reveal important information to your doctor about
the function of your lungs, helping your physician to provide the most
efficient care possible. Santa Rosa Medical Center has the technology
and professionals to perform this test.
The PFT will reveal the quality of air you breathe, how efficiently
you move air in an out of the lungs, and how well your lungs are
doing at delivering oxygen to your bloodstream. PFT is used to
diagnose certain types of lung disease, such as asthma, bronchitis,
and emphysema, to determine the cause of shortness of breath. A
PFT can also be used to measure whether occupational exposure to
chemicals or contaminants has affected your lung function.
It is recommended that you have your lung function checked annually.
The Pulmonary Function Lab at Santa Rosa Medical Center has the
technology and professionals to perform PFT for adults and children.
If you are experiencing shortness of breath, have a history of asthma,
or have been exposed to occupational chemicals, ask your physician
for a referral today.


We Need You.
At Santa Rosa Medical Center, our volunteers
are critical to the success of our hospital. They
) generously give their time and talents and help
4 / ensure our medical center succeeds in patient
centered excellence.
From the front desk to the Emergency Department, they
are known for their "can-do" attitudes and their dedication to
patients, families, physicians, and the hospital staff. They truly are
an integral part of our team and are committed to excellence.
At Santa Rosa Medical Center, we value and appreciate the
contributions of each and every volunteer. If you are a student,
retired, or have some time during the day, on weekends, or after
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illnesses and injuries, we race the clock to ensure immediate care is
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of illnesses and injuries we treat, we have succeeded in streamlining
services and focusing on patient care. Our goal is to help our patients
as quickly as possible. We take pride in our emergency room team,
and we are pleased with the high standards they set and their ability
to quickly deliver the care you need.


The team at Santa Rosa Medical Center would like to wish you
and your family a safe and happy holiday season!


December Events

AARP 55 Alive Driving Program
The AARP 55 ALIVE/MATURE DRIVING PROGRAM is a
refresher course for persons age 55 and above. Cost
is ten dollars ($10.00) per person, which is for the
material and supplies. AARP membership is not
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many who would like to see it stay where it is. The congregation continues to use it while construction on a new sanctuary continues.


The New Macedonia Baptist Church on the corner of Guernsey Road and Chumuckla Highway in Pace
is one of, if not the, oldest structure in the area. Presently a new sanctuary is under construction on
the same property.


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When George McDonald
moved from Pensacola to Pace
in 1945, his parents wanted to
escape the "city life" where
having livestock on their prop-
erty was no longer permitted.
In the 62 years since his
parents purchased 80 acres off
Guernsey Road, McDonald
has seen growth and change in
Pace that would have bewil-
dered his 5-year-old mind
back at that time.
One of the few visual
traces left of his childhood in
Pace is the historic New
Macedonia Baptist Church on
the corner of Guernsey Road
and Chumuckla Highway.
There have been rumors
floating around, McDonald
said, that the old wooden
frame church building is going
to be torn down because a new
sanctuary is currently under
construction next door.
"I can say without a doubt
it's the oldest wooden building
left in Pace," McDonald said.
"I'd like to see them keep the
building."
Church officials said there
have been discussions about
donating the building to a
group in Floridatown so it can
be preserved as a museum.


But church officials decided
last week the building would
stay on site until they're set-
tled in the new building.
"The decision had never
really been settled but we
decided that it would stay until
we have to make a decision of
removing it from the proper-
ty," said the Rev. Washington
Trotter, New Macedonia's
pastor. "We've had complica-
tions with building our new
sanctuary, so we'll be using it
for some time."
Trotter said he was in
favor of saving the building
even if it had to be moved
from its current location.
"It has been there for
almost a hundred years that I
know of," McDonald said. "I
know it's been there as long as
I have been here, and that's
been 62 years."
There are no county or
state records that reflect when
the church was built, but it's
believed to be 109 years old,
Trotter said.
"The church's records
were not kept up to date back
then," Trotter said. "It started
off as a small building but it
has been added onto a few
times, but hasn't been added
onto in nearly 50 years."
McDonald remembers
when the church added a large


addition in the late 1940s. He
said he doesn't believe it's
been added onto since.
"It's definitely one of the
oldest buildings in Pace, and
probably one of the oldest
church structures left in the
county," Santa Rosa historian
Nathan Woolsey said. "The
building is one typical of a
rural church built at that time."
Woolsey says he specu-
lates the church was probably
built near the time Chumuckla
Highway was constructed
around 1919. The road was
originally a railroad that
brought logs to the Pace
Lumber Mill.
According to county
records, the church's new
sanctuary was approved for
new development in 2002 and
again in 2006. Trotter said
there have been complications
with completing the new sanc-
tuary because of hurricanes,
faulty work and rising con-
struction costs.
Woolsey is relieved to
hear the building will stay.
"I'd like to see them apply
for a landmark designation
with the National Register of
Historic Places," he said.
"They certainly would have a
strong application."


A stone marker embedded in one of the building's corner brick supports, which is partially obscured
by a cement wheel chair ramp, provides a few details about the church's history. Despite the inscrip-
tion, which states the church was founded in 1909, it is unclear whether the building itself was also
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By: Theresa Friday
Extension Facult-Re sidential
Horticulture
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County
The cold weather we typi-
cally receive now through
February can cause problems
for citrus growers. For the
home gardener, it's important
to know the critical tempera-
tures for citrus and how to pro-
tect your fruiting trees during
cold weather.
Citrus varieties vary in
cold tolerance. The most cold
tolerant are the kumquat and
Satsuma mandarin. The least
cold tolerant are the lime and
lemon. Oranges, grapefruit
and mandarin hybrids are
intermediate in tolerance.
Temperatures in the high
20s will kill or severely dam-
age the least cold tolerant cit-
rus like citrons, lemons and
limes. Sweet oranges an.d
grapefruit are a little more cold
hardy and usually require tem-
peratures in the mid-20s before
incurring major damage to
large branches. Tangerines and
mandarins are quite cold
hardy, usually withstanding
temperatures as low as the low
20s without significant wood


damage.
Keep in mind that the stat-
ed temperature ranges refer
only to leaf or wood damage.
Citrus fruits easily freeze at 28
degrees F when these tempera-
tures last for several hours.
Ripe lemons are less cold tol-
erant, and may be damaged at
31 degrees F. Tangerines and
Satsumas are the most easily
frozen of the common citrus
fruits.
Anyone growing citrus
along the northern Gulf Coast
should prepare to implement
both active and passive meth-
ods of cold protection.
Among passive methods,
site selection is the most criti-
cal. Plant citrus trees in pro-
tected areas of your landscape
whenever possible. Southern
exposures enclosed by hedges,
fences or buildings on the
north side offer protection
from the north wind. When
possible, plant citrus trees near
the house-but not closer than
five feet.
Cold damage can also be
minimized by following some
annual cultural practices. .Do
not fertilize after July. A late
"'application of fertilizer can


stimulate a new flush of
growth in the fall that is espe-
cially susceptible to freeze
damage.
Trunks of young trees can
be insulated with a commercial
tree wrap or mounded with
sandy soil to a height of two
feet. This protects the trunk so
that even if the branches freeze
back, the tree will be able to
re-sprout from dormant buds
on the trunk above the graft.
Remove the wrap or mounded
soil each spring.
When temperatures below
25 degrees F are predicted,
additional protection should be
considered. A day prior to the
freeze, thoroughly wet the soil
around your trees. Wet soils
retain more heat than dry soil
and provide a degree or two of
additional protection.
Protect trees planted in the
ground that are not too large
by constructing a simple frame
over each tree and encasing the
tree with a covering such as
blankets or quilts. The frame
should hold the covering off of
the foliage. An incandescent
100-watt light bulb or strings
of small Christmas lights
inside can raise the tempera-


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2008 is scheduled for March 8-
9,2008
The Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation, the coun-
ty's Art Agency will be spon-
soring the 20th Anniversary
Riverwalk Fine Arts Festival on
Sat., March 8th and Sun. March
9th, 2008 in downtown
Milton's Riverwalk Park. This
is a first call to all artists, cultur-
al groups and vendors who
would like to participate in the
festival.
Artists, musician, dancers
and story-tellers will gather to
share their talents and you are
cordially invited to join them!


A juried Fine Art Show will
feature classic categories com-
peting for cash prizes, while the
Traditional Folk Art Exhibits
will offer demonstrations and
sales of heritage art forms. We
welcome history buffs to visit
Civil War encampments and
the Blackwater Pirates lair, as
well as walking tours of local
historic districts and perform-
ances by local cultural groups
depicting the diversity of the
area.
Applications are now on
our website www.san-
tarosaarts.org or available by
calling (850) 623-8493, FAX
(850) 623-4098.
Space is limited so please


pass this message on to friends
and make a speedy response. In
addition to visual art, we invite
writers, musicians, actors and
story-tellers to join us.
If you are part of an histor-
ical or cultural group that
would like to perform or exhib-
it, let us -know. The City of
Milton, Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation and Navy
League Santa Rosa County
Council join in welcoming you
to celebrate the 20th Annual
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Florida.
Contact: Pat D'Asaro (850)
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ture in the enclosure a few
degrees. Use outdoor exten-
sion cords and make safe con-
nections. Do not allow the
light bulb to touch the foliage
of the tree or the covering. If
the next day is sunny and mild,
vent or remove the covering to
prevent excessive heat from
building up.
You can help reduce cold
damage and ensure recovery to
citrus by maintaining a healthy


tree with a thick canopy of
leaves. Weak trees that are in
too much shade, those with
insect or disease damage or
those with nutrient deficien-
cies are the ones most severely
damaged and are the slowest to
recover after freezes.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use of trade
names, if used in this article,


is solely for the purpose of
providing specific informa-
tion. It is not a guarantee,
warranty, or endorsement oJ
the product name(s) and does
not signify that they are
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S.S. Dixon Intermedate Honor Roll


The following students
at S.S. Dixon Intermediate
School have worked hard
and made the honor roll this
grading period.
Congratulations!

Third Grade - A
Honor Roll - Avori
Bastemeyer, Hannah
Plum, Nicholas Rowe,
Katherine McCall,
Stephanie Backes,
Spencer Downs, Kyleigh
Ladsamana, Hunter
Quebedeaux, Dakota
Ball, Jayden Cerritos,
Andrew Colyer, Mason
Duff, Christian Early,
Miya Henson, Lexxie
Sulzbach, James
Stephens, Ashley Morris,
Ceanna Martin, 'Ben
Leubbers, Jordynn
Lassiter, Jordan Lally,
Jaxon Adams, Kyra
Anaruk, Makenna
Demmi, Dylan Glass,
Avian Kerta-Yasa,
Amelia Lacey, Toney
Marcantonio, Kaleigh
Mayne, Alexandra
Shackleford, Anthony
Shallow, Trent Short,
Hunter Smith, Emily
Cleveland, Spencer Hill,
Connor Howton, Haley
Lassiter, Courtney
Metzger, Kyle Wood, Dan


Erickson,
McCammon,
Thompson,
Johnson, Lisa
Conor Walsh,
Grant, . and
Victoriano.


Avery
Tyler
Anthony
Liebens.,
Bethany
Christia


A/B Honor Roll -
Dylan Andrews, Elaina
Childress, Austin Colvin,
Destiny Jackson, Schad
Markham, Hunter
Nicholas,'Alyssa Ballast,
Nathan Bansemer, Nate
Blumenstein, Brayden


Forbes, Dylan Holmes,
Sierra Knowles, Brennan
Locklear, Ashlyn Rawls,
Shelby Sanders, Alanna
Straughn, Jordan Vena,
Darcie Howard, Ryan
Cannon, Triston
Gosselin, Madison
Welch, Rhianna Seaman,
Rebecca Philpot, Cayden
Kee, Madison Ahl,
Michael Denny, Jill
Johnson, Trent Moulder,
Maddie Rowland, Cassie
Smith, Haley Wise,
Maxine Wood, David
Crowell, Emily Fantana,
Lydia Harley, Morgan
Helton, Savannah Joseph,
Sam Krossman, Jacob
Nemith, Hannah Smith,
Kalea Apongan, Joey
Gibson, Victoria
Maglike, Destiny
McMackin, Nicholas
Montgomery, Jody
Prescott, Kaylin Spadin,
Joshua Stafford, Trent


Villafania,
Bilton,
Singletary,
Considine,
Beckham,
Constantine,
Richards, Tori
Deanna Hall,
Adams,
McAlpin, Loc


Isabella
Nicholas
Sean
Donny
Michael
Jordan
Watson,
Kassidy
Zachary
Cassida,


Jamie Alexander,
Jessalynn Bare, Patrick
Cahill, Blake DeCoux,
Hanah Groton, Brennan
Infinger, Jake Law, Chase
Macarthy, Abbie Perritt,
Caitlin Schroeder, and
Erika Wilson.
Fourth Grade - A
Honor Roll - Austin Van
Norman, Tyler Seibel,
Jack Northrup, Alyssa
Quigley, Jacob Salter,
Kendall Jordan, Brooke
Hierholzer, Noah
Channell, Sarah Faulkner,


Hunter Burklow, Sean
Ennis, Trevor Easley,
Zach Crowder, Caitlin
Hagendorfer, Isaac
Bailey, Samantha
Sanders, Andrew Hand,
Brooks Davis, Allen
Westerkom, Zachary
McPheeters, Madison
Newton, Micah Pack,
Logan Wright, Kaitlyn
McGhee, Caitlyn
Edwards, Christian
Johannemann, Daniel
LeMay, London Parker,
Coltin Clark, Ellie
Johnson, Ben Martin,
Brenna Rowland, Claire
Wilson,, Brett
Birmingham, Adam
LaFlamme, Shawn
Luciani, Kayla Sweeney,
Ayeonna Thibodeau,
Nathan Andreo, Bailey
Daughtry, Jacob Hartley,
Samantha Kummer, Tyler
Smith, Eric Alford,
Danielle Bryant, Collin
Carpenter, Kim Clemons,
Taylor Cobb, Ian Craven,
Brenna Fieleke, Maddie
Knorr, Shelby Neal,
Baleigh Perritt, Garrett
Smith, Emilee Taylor,
and Caroline Wilson.
A/B Honor Roll -
.Savanna Shiver, Jake
Showalter, Alex Sudduth,
Jillian McCoy, Makailey
Piland, Shelby Bruno,
Logan Brabham, Sean
O'Hearn, Philip Stotts,
Austin Zoulek, Corey
Mennefee, Bethany Polk,
Brannon Wilson,
Cameron Beasley, Amber
Angeles, Alex Archer,
Michael Batterton, Tyler
Brisby, Justin Clark, Kyle
Flexsenhar, Kristina Cox,
Bryce Miller, Cougar
Perritt, Dallam Pettus,
Carlee Smith, Bryceon
Snowman, Aaron Zajac,


Tyler Atkins, Julie
Bridges, Avery Brown,
Allison Carter, Brittney
Bonoyer, Gwen Head,
Delaney Kirn, Braxton
Partridge, Jerry
Robinson, Trey Tomey,
Melissa Valdez, Jillian
Godwin, Katelyn
Goodson, Dannielle
Laborte, Carley Lambert,
Madison Moore, Alexis
Rosales, Dana Siyufy,
Justin Antone, L.J.
Ballast, Brandon Covan,
Emerald Green, Tessa
Guillot, Megan Lally,
Kaitlyn Meadows, Nikki,
Needles, Matthew Teal,
Alex Todd, Elizabeth
Watkins, Adrian
Acebedo, Colton
Campbell, Matthew
Fausti, Logan Guerrero,
Dylan Layun, Ashton
Majors, Elizabeth
Raybon, Kaleigh Whalen,
Alan Slavik, Jasmine
Snipes, Matthew Ayala,
Aly Bly, Claire
Browning, Bailey
English, Brendon Gash,
Briana Hawthorne, Rylie
Huber, Elizabeth Minotti,
Mikayla Ranieri-Sorrells,
Lexy Small, Gavin
White, Connor Thomas,
Walker Carroll, Garrett
Johnson, Daniel Lozier,
Nathaniel MacMurtie,
Maria Moulyet, Chase
Salter, and Dylan
Sizemore.
Fifth Grade - A
Honor Roll - Kailyn
Adams, Berkeley
Fortune, Chloe Johnson,
Will Whitfield, Mary
Kate Blaylock, Jarrod
Colley, Beth
Cunningham, Reid Grant,
Autumn Hinote, Emilee
Lewis, Katie Mahaffey,
Emily Miller, , Allison


Tislow, Adrienne
Trematerra, Madeleine
Bell, Cortney Douglas,
Leah Randolph, Dylan
Kasper, Amber
Moynihan, Breanna
Shell, Amanda Vasquez,
Madisyn Walker, Anna
Barfield, Deion Black,
Taylor Easley, Joshua
Fields, Kyle Kvartek,
Lauren Minnick,
Samantha Pluff, Marissa
Walker, Eric Wuesthoff,
Chase Lambert, Megan
Bolton, Marina Cody,
Austin Coulter, Andrew
Hart, Tatyana Hendricks,
Kaleb Kvartek, Caroline
Mayne, Chase Moulder,
Preston Peranich,
Meghan Richards, Ashley
Rogers, Anthony Ton,
Ashley Kummer,
Savannah Kuss, Kate
Liggett, Ashley
McLatchie, Gabe Scott,
Sarah Stark, Corie
McCrea, Josie Blum,
Jessica Larimer, Skylar
Jordan, Grayson Martin,
Taylor Scanlon, Jordan
Brooks, and Sinclair
Bilton.
A/B Honor Roll -
Gerald Beaty, Jake
Groves, Breeanna Leeds,
Hunter Lovett, Ian
Malone, Miranda
McBride, Madeline
McGammon, Brynna
Miller, Jordan Moore,
Kellison Shell, Dina
Soliman, Josh Tallman,
Max Brown, Aaron Edge,
Tyler Emmons, Bradley
Ezekiel, Jordan Reid,
Laiken Stinson, Madison
Tomlinson, Eric Vinke,
Matthew Walker,
Savannah Wilson,_
Cassidy Barrow, Payton
Box, Madison Edwards,
John David Ford,


Hannah McKinley,
Ashton Reynolds, Lauren
Stinson, Ashli Strength,
Kaitlyn Taguiam, Claire
Taylor, Kyler Tinkler,
Blake Towson, Daniela
Cerritos, Bobbie
Alexander, Colton
Brown, Hunter Cannon,
Zachery Emerson,
Kiersten Richardson,
Reghan Robinson, Sarah
Varley, Sarah Robinson,
Ashley Asghar, Sarah
Coates, Shayna Kelley,
Christian Lindsay, Sarah
McAdams, Jakob O'Dell,
Corey O'Steen, Bryan
Shy, Amy Sommer,
Brittany Williams, Slade
Jarman, Jaycee Crisco,
Cheyenne Joseph, Cadon
Harris, Meghan M.,
Alicia Crowder, David
Perritt, Jesse Cheney,
Aerial Viars, Hannah
Broadwater, Mariah
Philpot, Hannah Abrams,
Kaitlynn Cannon, T.J.
Flaherty, Dylan Hart,
Chloe Hicks, Erica
Kinnaman, Rachel
Nemith, Tom Samoluk,
Christina Showalter,
Matt Stone, Mackenzie
Watson, Bella Bailey, Ian
Garland, Allison
Haveard, J.D. Hendrix,
Mackenzie Madsen,
Jessica Roser, Anthony
Brown, Payton
Carpenter, Chris Clark,
David Edwards, Jade
Haggerty, Jamie
Maddox, Trinity
Richburg, Quaide
Weimerskirch, Brittany
Yates, Karah Franklin,
Michael Abendan, Elise
Wilson, Brett Cotton,
Mikaela Windle, Kristina
LaRose, Emily Austraw,
Dylan Wood, Savannah
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Veterans from Northwest
Florida to Washington. D.C..
free of charge, to visit the
memorials dedicated to honor
the service and sacrifices of
these veterans.
"'Honor Flight is about
honoring the courage, the
valor, and the sacrifices of the
brave men and women who
served during World War II,"
said Miller in a news release.
"I am extremely proud of our
community for stepping up to
the plate and showing our


appreciation for the Greatest
Generation."
Miller said he wanted to
bring home this program to the
First District of Florida and
conceptually brought the idea
to area community leaders.
The Emerald Coast Honor
Flight was created and was
quickly partnered with Baptist
Healthcare, Humana Veterans
Healthcare Service, and also
the Rotary Club of Pensacola.
Currently there are over
7,000 World War II veterans
living in Northwest Florida.
"When these courageous
men and women come to


Washington next Spring, they
will be recognized as the brave
heroes that literally saved the
world," Miller said. "All day
long they will be thanked, rec-
ognized and admired for their
service. They will all have a
deeper appreciation for how
much their country loves
them."
Earl Morse, a Physician
Assistant and Retired Air
Force Captain, conceived the
Honor Flight program to honor
veterans he has taken care of
for the past 27 years. The
WWII Memorial was finally
completed in May 2004 and


dedicated in Washington DC.
This quickly became the topic
of discussion among his WWII
Veteran patients who repeated-
ly said they would like to visit
THEIR memorial. Honor
Flight was born and the maid-
en first flight took to the air in
May of 2005.
For more information con-
tact:
Emerald Coast Honor
Flight
P.O. Box 86
Pensacola, FL 32591-0086
or visit online at
www.EmeraldCoastHonorFlig
ht.com.


Gillis joins Army DEP
Brandon E. Gillis has
joined the United States Army
under the Delayed Entry
Program. The program gives
young men and women the
opportunity to delay entering
active duty for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to learn
a new skill, travel and become
eligible to receive as much as
$50,000 toward a college edu-
cation. After completion of
basic military training, sol-
diers receive advanced indi-
vidual training in their career
job specialty prior to being
assigned to their first perma-
nent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$40,000 enlistment bonus.
Gillis, a 2001 graduate of
Milton High School, FL, has
reported to Fort Sill, Lawton,
OK, for basic training in
October 2007.
He is the son of Howie
and Deanna Gillis of Crepe
Myrtle Lane, Milton.

New duty station
for Ward
(FHTNC)-Navy Petty
Officer 3rd Class Adam M.
Ward, son of M. L. Page of
Pensacola, FL. and Stephen A.
Ward,. of Pace, FL, recently
reported for duty aboard the
Precommissioning Unit George
H. W. Bush, based Sat Newport


News, VA.
Ward joined the Navy in
October 2004.

Tomblin completes NBT
in Great Lakes, IL
(FHTNC)-Navy Seaman
Recruit Charis S. Tomblin,
daughter of Julie L. and Arnold
W. Tomblin of Pace, FL,
recently completed U.S. Navy
basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, IL.
During the eight-week
program, Tomblin completed a
variety of training, which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed
on physical fitness.
The capstone event of
boot camp is "Battle Stations."
This exercise gives recruits the
skills and confidence they need
to succeed in the fleet. 'Battle
Stations' is designed to galva-
nize the basic warrior attributes
of sacrifice, dedication, team-
work and endurance in each
recruit through the practical
application of basic Navy skills
and the core values of Honor,
Courage and Commitment. Its
distinctly 'Navy' flavor was
designed to take into account
what it means to be a Sailor.
Tomblin is a 2007 graduate
of Santa Rosa High School of


Milton, FL.

Stiver completes BT
at Parris Island
(FHTNC)-Marine Corps
Pfc. Scott A. Stiver, son of
Debbie and Thomas G. Stiver
of Milton, FL, recently com-
pleted 12 weeks of basic train-
ing at Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, Parris Island, S. C.
designed to challenge new
Marine recruits both physical-
ly and mentally.
Stiver and fellow recruits
began their training at 5 a.m.,
by running three miles and
performing calisthenics. In
addition to the physical condi-
tioning program, Stiver spent
numerous hours in classroom
and field assignments, which
included learning first aid,
uniform regulations, combat
water survival, marksmanship,
hand-to-hand combat and
assorted weapons training.
They performed close order
drill and operated as a small
infantry unit during field train-
ing.
Stiver and other recruits
also received instruction on
the Marine Corps' core val-
ues-honor, courage and com-
mitment, and what the core
values mean in guiding per-
sonal and professional con-
duct.
Stiver and fellow recruits
ended the training phase with
The Crucible, a 54-hour, team


evolution culminating in an
emotional ceremony in which
recruits are presented the
Marine Corps Emblem, and
addressed as "Marines" for the
first time in their careers.

Boardwine completes
basic training
(FHTNC)-Marine Corps
Pfc. Stephen K. Boardwine,
son of Sue A. Corbell of
Milton, FL, recently complet-
ed basic training with honors
and was promoted to his cur-
rent rank at Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, Parris Island,
SC.
Boardwine successfully
completed 12 weeks of train-
ing designed to challenge new
Marine recruits both physical-
ly and mentally.
Boardwine and fellow
recruits began their training at
5 a.m., by running three miles
and performing calisthenics. In
addition to the physical condi-
tioning program, Boardwine
spent numerous hours in class-
room and field assignments,
which included learning first
aid, uniform regulations, com-
bat water survival, marksman-
ship, hand-to-hand combat and
assorted weapons training.
Boardwine and fellow
recruits worked as a team to
solve a number of tactical
problems during the program.
They performed close-order
drill and operated as a Marine


small infantry unit in the field.
Boardwine and other
recruits also received instruc-
tion on the Marine Corps' core
values - honor, courage and
commitment, and what the
words mean in guiding person-
al and professional conduct.
Boardwine is a 2007 grad-
uate of Milton High School of
Milton, FL.

Karsten completes
basic in South Carolina
(FHTNC)-Marine Corps
Pvt. Kristian S. Karsten, son
of Katherine and Timothy A.
Karsten of Navarre, FL,
recently completed 12 weeks
of basic training at Marine
Corps Recruit Depot, Parrnis
Island, SC. designed to chal-
lenge new Marine recruits
both physically and mentally.
Karsten and fellow
recruits began their training at
5 a. m., by running three miles
and performing calisthenics.
In addition to the physical
conditioning program,
Karsten spent numerous hours
in classroom and field assign-
ments, which included learn-
ing first aid, uniform regula-
tions, combat water survival,
marksmanship, hand-to-hand
combat and assorted weapons
training. They performed
close order drill and operated
as a small infantry unit during
field training.
Karsten and other recruits


also received instruction on
the Marine Corps' core val-
ues-honor, courage and com-
mitment, and what the core
values mean in guiding per-
sonal and professional con-
duct.
Karsten and fellow
recruits ended the training
phase with The Crucible, a 54-.
hour, team evolution culmi-
nating in an emotional cere-
mony in which recruits are
presented the Marine Corps
Emblem, and addressed as
"Marines" for the first time in
their careers.

Kulikowski com-
pletes Nuclear train-
ing
(FHTNC)-Navy Petty
Officer 3rd Class Michalina
M. Kulikowski, daughter of
Leonila Kulikowski of Milton,
FL. and Edward Kulikowski
of Milton, FL, recently com-
pleted Naval Nuclear Power
Training. Pipeline.
During the course with
Nuclear Power Training Unit,
Ballston Spa, NY, Kulikowski
received instruction about
nuclear theory, chemistry,
physics, reactor operations,
safety and security. Upon
completion of the 'course,
Kulikowski qualified as a
Naval nuclear operator.
Kulikowski is a 2004
graduate of Milton High


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Community



Second candle extinguished on fire safety tree


By JOY TSUBOOKA
Santa Rosa County PIO
The second candle on
the "Keep Your Holidays
Bright" tree was extin-
guished Monday night rep-
resenting the county's sec-
ond residential fire since
the start of the month long
holiday fire safety cam-
paign. The fire was report-
ed to Emergency
Communications at 6:28
p.m. in the 4200 block of
Pace Lane, with units from
Pace Volunteer Fire
Department, Avalon
Beach-Mulat Fire
Protection District and


Bagdad Volunteer Fire
Department responding.
Fire damaged the laundry
room and the house
received smoke damage.
Initial reports attribute the
cause of the fire to a faulty
clothes dryer.
"Keep Your Holidays
Bright" is a collaborative
fire safety campaign with
Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management
and the fire departments of
the City of Gulf Breeze,
City of Milton, Allentown,
Avalon Beach-Mulat Fire
Protection District, Bagdad,
Berrydale, East Milton,


Harold. Holley-Navarre
Fire District. Jay, Munson,
Navarre Beach, Pace,
Skyline Fire and Rescue
Unit, plus the Division of
Forestry, and Lifeguard
Ambulance working togeth-
er in conjunction with
Escambia County Fire-
Rescue's Keep the Wreath
Green campaign, to pro-
mote fire safety during the
month of December. Both
counties hope to reduce the
number of fires during a
time of serious dangers
through simple, life saving
tips.
This week's fire safety


tips:
* Have a plan in case
you have a fire: Step 3 -
Make sure you crawl low
under smoke and feel closed
doors for heat. If you come
to a door that is warm, find
another way out.
* Have a plan in case
you have a fire: Step 4 - If
you become trapped, close
doors and stuff the door
cracks to keep smoke out.
Try to call 911 and let them
know exactly where you are
and signal for help from a
window.
* Have a plan in case
you have a fire: Step 5 -


Pay special attention to
young children, elderly peo-
ple and the disabled. Be
sure to include them in your
plan.
* Have a plan in case
you have a fire: Step 6 -
Get out as fast as yoU can
and stay out. Never go back
inside. Once you're safely
outside have someone go to
a neighbor's house and call
911.
* Remember, matches
and lighters are tools for
adults. Store them in a safe
place above the reach of
children. Also teach young-
sters to never touch them,


instead tell a grownup.
* Have a fire extin-
guisher readily available in
your home and make sure it
is fully charged. Know how
to use your fire extinguish-
er. Remember the PASS
system: Pull the pin, Aim
the nozzle at the base of the
fire, Squeeze the trigger
lever, and Sweep the stream
side-to-side at the base of
the fire.
* Have your chimney
and fireplace inspected by a
professional to make sure
it's clean and free of
obstructions. Never burn
paper or trash in the fire-


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Milton First UMC celebrates


Advent with music ministry


The Music Ministry of
Milton First United
Methodist Church announces
the schedule for it's active
Advent season. The Chancel
Choir, under the direction of
Anthea Amos, will be provid-
ing special music for all serv-
ices. They will present their
annual Christmas Cantata,
Timeless Christmas
Memories: A Christmas
Conversation, on Sunday
'December 16 at 8:30 a.m. and
11:00 a.m. The cantata will
feature original narration by
Darlene Mosley, soloists
Butch Weidman, Dixie Lay,
and Tony Peacock, ensem-
bles, and the full choir as they
tell the stories of Christmases
past, give thanks for the
Christmas blessing of the
present, and anticipate the
celebration to come.
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Cherub Choirs will present
The Tale of the Drowsy
Shepherd under the direction
of Dixie Lay and Lynne
Lazarte at 4:30 p.m. on
Sunday, December 16. The
musical features Leacy Paul,
Stefan Pfister, Joshua Barnhart
and Niki Wales. Adults partic-
ipating in the children's musi-
cal will be Brittain Amos-
Bankester and Tom Burt.
The Christmas Eve
Candlelight services are a tra-
ditional offering of song as
we revisit the Nativity and
enjoy our favorite Christmas
songs and carols. The
Reverend Gerald A. Shelton,
Pastor, will provide the narra-
tion for the Festival Ringers
and Singers. The FUMC
Handbell Choir will ring at
3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. (thir-
ty minutes before each serv-
ice). The Music Ministry will


Pizza fundraisers
for 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
out and help support these
events.
-Pace High Band
Boosters, Monday, Dec. 17,
'07
-S.S. Dixon Primary
School, Tuesday, Dec. 18, '07
-Avalon Middle School,
Thursday, Dec. 20, '07

Childcare students
get aid
Thanks to a $5,000 dona-
tion, PJC childcare students
will receive help getting the
training they need to meet
heightened requirements in
their field.
The Escambia County
Early Learning Coalition
donated the money to be used
by students to continue their


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including Aaron and Megan
Penfield, Andrew Darden,
John Carper and ensembles.
The services will end with the
celebration of communion on
this most holy night and in
remembrance of the grace
God showed us by his gift of
Emmanuel.
Advent is always a spe-
cial time in the church year. It
is our hope you will join us
for the music and ministry
during Advent. May it bless
you as you celebrate this
Advent season.
Visitors are welcome at
all services at Milton First
United Methodist Church.
The church is located at 6830
Berryhill Street, at the corner
of Berryhill Street, Willing,
and Broad Streets. For more
information you may call
(850) 623-6683.


education in the early child-
hood field.
Childcare workers typical-
ly earn low salaries and often
cannot afford the tuition to
meet state requirements, noted
Sue Halfhill, assistant provost
at PJC Pensacola campus.
"This scholarship will
allow even more providers to
enter PJC's Early Childhood
programs," said PJC Early
Childhood Coordinator Betty
Persons. "The ultimate
reward, however, is to the
children in our community.
They will have teachers who
are well-prepared to provide
them with an environment that
is developmentally appropri-
ate and conducive for learn-
ing."
For more information
about financial aid in the
childcare program, call Betty
Persons at 850-484-2534.

SRCREA to meet
Monday
The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators will meet
Monday, Dec. 17 on the cam-
pus of Locklin Technical
Center at 10:00 a.m. The pro-
gram for the event is "An
Elizabethan Christmas" and
will be presented by Jill
Hudson Byerly and Miles
Doolittle. This is a musical
production complete with var-
ious Medieval instruments.
All members are encouraged
to attend and bring some
Christmas goodies to share
following the meeting.

Big Brothers Big
Sisters of Northwest
Florida - It's a Wrap
The annual "It's a Wrap"
gift wrapping fundraiser to
benefit Big Brothers Big
Sisters of Northwest Florida
will take place during
Business After Hours at
Seville Quarter on
Wednesday, December 19
from 5 to 8 p.m.
Bring your unwrapped
Christmas gifts and. enjoy
drinks, light hors d'oeurves,
door prizes and more while
Santa's helpers wrap your
gifts for a donation. Wrapping
paper, gift tags, gift bags,
bows, and boxes are provided.
All proceeds will benefit Big
Brothers Big Sisters of
Northwest Florida. For more
information, contact William


Holiday City of
Milton Schedule
City Hall will be closed to
allow employees to observe
Christmas Day Holiday on
Monday, Dec. 24, 2007 and
Tuesday, Dec. 25th. Garbage
routes will be as follows:
No, Garbage pickup on
Monday or Tuesday.
Thursday & Friday
garbage route pickup as
scheduled.
City Hall's Public Works
desk and accounting window
will resume operation on
Wednesday, Dec. 26th at 7:30
a.m.

No December-
meeting
There will not be a
December meeting of the
Santa Rosa County Tourist
Development Council Board
of Directors. The Board will
meet again on Jan. 16, 2008 at
the new Visitors Center, 8543
Navarre Parkway, Navarre, FL
at 3:30 p.m.


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Grimes and Murray exchange vows


Suzanne Marie Grimes,
daughter of Captain and Mrs.
Michael Grimes of
Fayetteville, Georgia was
married to Ian Allister Murray.
son of Major and Mrs. Brian
Murray of Dumfries, Virginia
in a double ring ceremony at
the First Presbyterian Church
of Peachtree City, Georgia on
October 6, 2007. Pastor Rich
Adams officiated the 5 p.m.
ceremony.
Suzanne is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William C. Jones of Milton.
Serving as Matron of Honor
was Rebecca Arritt of
Williamsburg, VA, sister of
the bride. Bridesmaids were
Laura Hullinger of Richlands,
North Carolina, sister of the
groom, and friends of the
bride; Natalie Billick of
Dumfries, Virginia, Kat Fish
of Dumfries, VA, Amy Gress
and Amy Lenhart of
Jacksonville, Florida and
Christina Yager of Virginia
Beach, VA.
Flower girl was Avery
Hullinger of Richlands, NC,


niece of the groom.
Music was provided by
vocalists, Laura Gwin, friend
of the bride, and Andrew
Leonard. O ,,,,' i P -'.i l was
Sam DeCarlo. Bagpiper was
Brad Beaton.
The bride, who was given
in marriage by her father,
wore a white satin A-line
strapless gown with a bisque
waist accented with silver
sequins and bugle beading
with silver thread embroidery.
The back of the dress featured
covered buttons. The train was
cathedral length with the same
design as the front of the gown
with the back skirt of the
gown being scalloped with
three satin ribbon streamers
running down the back of the
gown from the waistline. The
bride carried a contemporary
bouquet of white roses,
stephanotis accented with
pearls, red hypercerrium
berries, white veronica and
lily of the valley. It was a
stemmed bouquet with the
stem being covered with white
satin ribbon. Her headpiece


was a white illusion elbow
length veil with a pearl and
crystal comb, which was worn
by her sister for her wedding.
The veil featured lightly scat-
tered pearls on both layers.
Her headband was adorned
with pearls and rhinestones.
Serving as Best Man
was Captain Jeff Hullinger
of Richlands, NC, brother-
in-law of the groom.
Groomsmen were SSgt. Ian
Fisher of Louisville, KY,
Sgt. Chris Campos of
Louisville, KY, Sgt.
William Sowards of
Pikeville, KY, Sgt Natalio
Cortez of Louisville, KY
and Cpl. Bryan McKinney
of Detroit, MI. Lieutenant
Will Arritt, brother-in-law
of the bride served as an
usher. Groomsmen also
served as ushers, candle
lighters, and sword bear-
ers.
The Ring Bearer was
Colton Hullinger of
Richlands, NC, nephew of
the groom. A scripture
reading was read by Karen


Kretzman of Jacksonville,
FL, friend of the bride.
The guest book attendant
was Sarah Brown and the
program attendant was Niki
Gagnon of Jacksonville,
FL, friends of the bride.
The bride is a graduate
of the University of North
Florida with a Bachelor of
Fine Arts in Graphic
Design. She does free
lance graphic design work.
The groom is a Sergeant
in the United States Marine
Corps. He is an instructor
and Tank Commander sta-
tioned at Fort Knox.
The couple departed the
church under a sword arch
provided by fellow Marines.
A dinner reception was host-
ed by the bride's parents and
was held at the Flat Creek
Country Club of Peachtree
City, GA. The Groom's par-
ents hosted a rehearsal din-
ner Friday evening at The
Village Caf6 in Fayetteville,
GA.
The couple resides 'in
Louisville, KY.


Daughters to hold monthly meeting


A local project the Daughters of the-American Revolution were
involved in was the purchase of classroom flags for Bennett C.
Russell Elementary School.


Three Rivers Chapter,
Daughters of the American
Revolution monthly meeting
offered a time of reflection,
fellowship and an historical
prospective on a colonial
Christmas. *
The December meeting
began with Regent Rosa
Seymour greeting the Chapter
members. Frances Williams
led in the Pledge to the Flag
of the United State of
America. Linda Smith led in
the singing of the National
Anthem. A volunteer opportu-
nity to contribute unpublished
genealogical documents was
presented by Deborah
Biesbrock. These genealogical
records will become part of
the Genealogical Record
Collection housed in the
National DAR Library, and


the Florida State DAR Library
in Orlando, Florida. The
emphasis is on records from
1880-1900, but any contribu-
tion will allow the preserva-
tion of American History.
Sarah Bender gave the
National Defense Report on
our obligation to "Go Vote."
The President General's
Message was given by Regent
Seymour. The Flag Minute
presented by Frances Williams
shared the history of the term
"Oh Glory". Regent Rosa
Seymour presented a new
member for approval by trans-
fer of Dr. Suzanne Terry.
Cheryl Kelley gave the
Treasure's report. Regent
Seymour reported the
approval of gift cards to the
students at the Florida
Tamassee School and also on


the contributions made to the
Indian Scholarship Challenge.
The Chapter is collecting
funds to send phone cards to
the wounded military person-
nl ,L mue Landstuhl Regional
Medical Center in Landstuhl,
Germany Troops.
Special Guest Kay
Yarbrough attired in a mint
green colonial dress and mop
cap presented a moving solil-
oquy from her colonial per-
sona, Sarah. We heard
Sarah's thoughts as she wrote
in her journal on Christmas
Eve. Her message corrected
our preconceived historical
concept of colonial
Christmas'. The message
spoke of simple times, reli-
gious services, and reflection
on the true meaning of the
holiday is the gift of the


Christ Child.
Three Rivers Chapter
members will participate
today, Dec. 15th in the
Wreaths across America
Ceremony at 11:00 a.m. at
the Barrancas National
Cemetery in Pensacola,
Florida. A "Silent Auction"
of over 50 items will be
enjoyed by all, with funds
going to the Chapter's
Scholarship Fund.
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ISN'T IT TIME?


Christmas is a difficult time of year for many people.


There


are unmet expectations such as not being with parents, deal-
ing with blended families or the teenager who has to split


his/her holidays with two sets of parents.


wayward child who probably won't even show up at all.


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adrutaS y-December 15 2007


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
Gazette, appearing intermit-
tently, will celebrate the his-
torical heritage of Santa
Rosa County through pho-
tos, old and new, that show
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 Exchange Hotel was built just three short years before this picture was taken in 1914, and was so named because it was originally built to house Milton's Telephone
Exchange Offices. It was commissioned by Charles Sudmall to resemble the Imogene Theater, and was even constructed by the same contractor, S.F. Fulghum. Upon
its completion Sudmall leased it to H.L. Creary, who opened the hotel, and Sudmall bought the house next door where he housed the Exchange Offices instead. After
the house was torn down, the Milton Theater was located on that site for thirty years, but is now a parking lot. Sudmall was killed in the early twenties as the result
of a gruesome murder; the ruling was self-defense.
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INSPIRED MAKEUP

For holiday sparkle, try white, shimmer and a touch of burgundy, advises cosmetics queen Bobbi Brown


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Take Bobbi Brown, for example, who has

created pieces of her cosmetics line based

on everyday interactions with the things she

loves, from family to dark chocolate.


"I get ideas in the weirdest places," says Brown. "I don't
get ideas in normal ways."
Brown's grandmother, who applies lipstick and then dots
some on her cheeks, stirred Pot Rouge, a two-in-one for lips and
cheeks.
The sunburned cheeks and lips of her three sons on the ski
slopes inspired a palette dubbed "slopes." And the color that
rubbed off on the lips of her sons while eating Popsicles led to
Brown's Lip Sheer lipsticks. Many of Brown's rich, chocolaty
eye colors come from her love of dark chocolate.
Brown, who probably is best known for her ability to use
makeup to bring out women's natural beauty, must also have
been inspired by the ordinary woman.
So when Brown made a rare visit to Southern California
recently, it turned out to be the perfect opportunity to get tips on
how to look naturally beautiful for the holidays.
Using a face chart, which makeup.artists fill out for clients
after they have makeup done, Brown illustrated the winter look,
which she says can be adapted for all skin tones.
Q. What should we know about makeup for the holi-
days?


A. Winter white is one look. What people don't understand
is how great white makeup is, meaning white eye shadow (either
flat or shimmery) - and even white lip gloss is really fun.
Q. Can anyone wear white makeup?
A. Anyone can use it. It's really just for accenting. Anything
that you do in white gets attention, so maybe just put it above the
brow, on the lower lid - and putting white lip-gloss on top of lip
colors will make you look really full and really pretty.
Q. What else should we know?
A. The other thing is a burgundy lipstick, and either you are
someone who likes a dark lipstick or you're not. If you're not,
you can use a sheer burgundy color.
Q. Is there something that was in last year that people
should definitely avoid now?
A. I think people should be really careful with shimmer.
Shimmer is still fine, but I saw a lot of people over-shimmer
themselves. (Brown's rule includes only using shimmer on one
of four places - lips, nails, cheeks or eyes - for daytime and
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Holiday Recipes

Smoked Salmon Is

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Smoked salmon is one of the easiest yet most elegant of gourmet offerings featured every hol- ,la
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Looking for a new way Ito serve your smoked salmon? Try this delicious appetizer.

Smoked Salmon & Artichoke Dip
Serves 8

6 ounces SeaBear Northwest Smoked SalmonA
2 61/2-ounce jars marinated artichoke hearts
1 4-ounce can mild green chilies
6 tablespoons mayonnaise
-3/4 cup grated cheddar cheese . '.
Salt & pepper to taste .

Drain smoked salmon, remove skin and break into small 1/2-inch chunks. Drain and chop arti-
chokes and chilies, and mix with smoked salmon. Fold in mayonnaise, cheese (hold back one
'tablespoon of cheddar cheese and sprinkle over the top) and salt and pepper. Cover and bake in a - A
pre-heated oven at 350 F for approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Serve hot and bubbly with crack-
:ers, tortilla chips, and slices of crusty artisan bread or crostini.


Gingerbread Men


Many a favorite ramiuy
tradition come the holiday
season starts in the kitchen.
Come the holidays, people
tend to gain a pound or two
because of the abundance of
good food this time of year.
It's no coincidence that come
New Year's Day, the most
common resolution is to shed
a few pounds.
While New Year's Day
might be for resolutions, the
holidays are all about enjoy-
ing good times with friends
and family and enjoying the
good food that typically
comes with those times.
Among the more popular and
traditional choices is
Gingerbread Men. Those
hosting a party this season
can use the following recipe
for "Gingerbread Men" cour-
tesy of Sara Perry's "Holiday
Baking" (Chronicle Books).

Gingerbread Men


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51/2-inch Cookies
21/4 cups all-purpose flour
1/4teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons ground ginger
1 teaspoon ground cinna-
mon
1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 teaspoon ground nut-
meg
1/2 cup vegetable shorten-
ing
1/4 cup firmly packed light
or dark brown sugar
1 egg
1/2 cup light or dark
molasses

1. Into a medium bowl,
sift together the flour, baking
soda, salt, ginger, cinnamon,
cloves, and nutmeg, then
lightly whisk and set aside.
2. In a stand mixer set on
medium speed, beat the short-
ening until creamy, about 30
seconds. On medium speed,


beat in the brown sugar until
light and lump free. Beat in
the egg until well blended,
scraping down the sides and
bottom of the bowl as neces-
sary. Beat in the molasses
until blended. Turn off the
mixer, add half the flour mix-
ture, and beat on low speed
until blended. Add the
remaining flour and beat until
blended.
3. Using lightly floured
hands, gather, the sticky
dough into a ball. Divide the
ball in half and flatten each
portion into a 6- to 8-inch
disk. Wrap each disk in plas-
tic wrap and chill for 2 hours
or until firm.
4. Preheat the oven to 350
F. Line a baking sheet with
parchment paper or grease it
lightly and set aside.
5. Remove the dough
from the refrigerator and, if
needed, soften slightly for
easier handling. Roll it out


1/8 inch thick on a lightly
floured board, between 2
sheets of parchment paper or
heavy-duty plastic wrap, or
on a pastry cloth with a cloth-
covered rolling pin.
6. Lightly dip a 51/2-inch
gingerbread man cookie cut-
ter into flour, then firmly
press it straight down into the
dough. Repeat, cutting the
cookies close together to
avoid rerolling. Using a spat-
ula, carefully transfer the
cookies to the baking sheet. If
a cookie is to be used as an
ornament, press a hole
through the top with a drink-
ing straw or a large skewer.
7. Bake until the cookies
are lightly browned, 9 to 11
minutes. Let the cookies firm
and cool slightly on the bak-
ing sheet before transferring
to a rack to cool completely.
If desired, decorate the cook-
ies with icing and decorative
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Business Review


Mama J's Bistro is taking the neighborhood


by storm with its tasty, delightful cuisine!


By OBIE CRAIN
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Mama J's Bistro has
tongues wagging overtime!
The food that Mama J offers
in her restaurant is so delight-
ful, it's not just for dinner
table conversation anymore.
It's the talk of the town!
Located at 5941 Berryhill
Road, Suite B (that's
Berryhill Plaza across the
street from the new bank con-
struction), Mama J's Bistro is
one of the newest and most
uniquely oriented "eateries"
ever to locate in this area.
It's not only a cafe, it's a
combo - a coffee shoppe, a
bakery, and a smoothie shop,
offering everything awesome
from Rise and Shine early
morning meals and breakfast
specialties to custom sand-
wiches, wraps, paninis, soups.
salads, and deserts.
Add to these delectable
items, close to a dozen and a
half hot and frozen coffees
and a host of other iced
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vored smoothies, and you'll
want to come and stay all
day!
And why not! If you've
got the time, Mama J has
everything else to please. Her
Mama J's Bistro bakery fea-
tures fresh croissants, fresh
biscuits, fruit pastries, and an
assortment of homemade
deserts. The cafe offers break-
fast specials and sandwiches
all day, along with fresh sal-
ads, soups and assorted
quiche.
And about those drinks.
Mama J has taken coffee and
smoothies to a whole new
level. There are special
brands of espresso coffee,
cappuccino, frappuccinos,


iced coffees, chai teas, and
many other specialties. And
Mama J's thick, rich smooth-
ies are simply unredeemable!
There's no doubt you'll
fall in love with the place, but
brace yourself for another
wonderful treat - the oppor-
tunity to meet and get to
know Mama J herself, the one
and only Joanne Georg.
She's a special kind of
person, kind, generous,
thoughtful with her own
brand of hospitality. She has
that kind of personality and
skills that make each and
every customer seem special.
She's a believer who
gives God His due and is
firmly convinced that He is
the guiding hand in every-
one's destiny, especially hers.
"It took me a lot of years to
figure out what it was that He
wanted me to do," she said.
"And I believe that cooking
and baking and creating
(food-wise), was the talents
he bestowed upon me. I love
what I do, and that love is
what makes it so successful
for me."
Joanne is an industrious
woman whose greatest joy is
baking, cooking, and prepar-
ing food and sharing it with
others. She's also smart
enough to realize that by
using her talent wisely, she's
not only able to enjoy the
comfort of economic success,
but also the thrill of using her
God given talent that results
in the greatest personal satis-
faction she could ever imag-
ine.
And although Joanne is
extremely skillful in prepar-
ing ethnic foods of most
nationalities, she's quick to
say her cooking and baking
and creating is "...all


American!"
Joanne is abl% assisted in
the restaurant by her chief
assistant. Lynn. "I met Lynn
shortly after I came to Milton.
and we have been the best of
friends ever since." Joanne
said. "She's my right arm, so
to speak, and we work so
well together I couldn't ever
think of doing without her."
Lynn works the counter
and does much of the up-
front food preparation, while
Joanne takes care of the cus-
tomers. "'She's interactive
(out front in the dining area),"
Lynn said about Joanne. "She
generates a special brand of
hospitality, and she's very
good with the customers who
fall in love with her at first
sight. She knows how to
make them feel at home, and
after all, that's the environ-
ment we're trying to achieve
here."
Joanne says that food
planning each week is done
with the family structure in
mind. "We like to rely on
family values and what a
family might enjoy over the
course of a week," She said,
quick to point out, however,
that planning was never cast
on a stone tablet.
She said they were flexi-
ble and the things that were
planned as daily specials
were often extemporaneously
decided. "If by chance we
simply don't feel led to fix
what was planned for tomor-
row, we change it and substi-
tute something else, or think
up another meal that cus-
tomers will enjoy," she said.
"We try very hard to
please our customers," Lynn
said. "We listen to them, and
serve the things they want,
which means, from time to


Like an oasis in the desert, Mama J's Bistro has already been discovered by the breakfast and luncheon
crowd who adore the fare. By popular demand, however, the Bistro will begin offering dinner in mid
JanLuary. You will enjoy the hospitality offered at Mama J's as much as the superb food and drinks.
Perhaps you would like to sample this beautiful Tiramisu that Mama J (Joanne Georg) makes from
scratch. You can! Come by and request it! (Photo by Obie Crain.)


time, we may prepare the
same special twice in one
week."
Another thing they pride
themselves on at Mama J's is
authenticity. A lot of restau-
rants, even small ones today,
use commercially prepared
food, such as frozen cakes,
frozen pies, and frozen
cheesecakes, Lynn points out.
"Not here. Joanne makes all
her bakery products from
scratch," she said. "She does-
n't pull anything out of the
freezer and pop into the oven.
Every last bit of it is made
with her own hands."
Lynn does the restaurant
cooking, but Joanne does all
the baking which includes
muffins, Danish, pastries,
brownies,, Bistro .cumb cof-
fee cake, and cheesecakes, all
of which are available daily.


You'll just have to check out
the dessert cases to believe
your eyes! Your appetite will
speak for itself.
Joanne is quick to credit
her husband Richard Georg
for the restaurant which she
considers her "treasure." He
gave it to her in the form of a
key last Christmas, which
eventually translated into the
restaurant she loves so dearly.
Richard is lovingly referred
to by family as "Papa G."
Major changes are com-
ing next year. On the third of
January, 2008, Mama J's
Bistro will be serving ham-
burgers for the first time.
There will be other subtle
changes to the menu, includ-
ing some additions and some
deletions. And l.". inc to
popular demand, they will
expand their hours to include
dinner, also.


Another quite popular
specialty is the Kid's Menu
for children 10 and under
Unlike many restaurants
that close on weekends,
Mama J's Bistro is open on
Saturday. General hours are 7.
a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday
through Fridays, and from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
And delivery service is avail-
able to businesses.
Mama J's Bistro is also a
hot spot for computer buffs.
"We offer wireless Internet,
so come join us and enjoy a
meal or treat," Joanne invites.
If the food and service
were measured in stars,
Mama J's Bistro would rate a
galaxy! Come, eat, and enjoy.
If you're inspired by good
food in an-awesome ambi-
ence, coming back again is
guaranteed!


Saturday-December 15, 2007


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


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Church
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


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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

PACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PCUSA


4587 Woodbine Road
Pace, FL 32571
Ph 995-4553


Rev. Shuford White, Pastor


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

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

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


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-Ferris Hill Church of God in Chr
909 N. Alabama St., Milton
-World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St., Milton
-Community Chapel Church of G
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 StMilton
CHURCH OF .ESUS 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


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METHODIST
-Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Dr., Milton
-Chumuckla United Methodist Church
9475 Hwy. 197, Chumuckla
-Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist
Church
8008 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-1st United Meth.Church of Pace
4540 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine, Pace
-Bagdad United Methodist Church
4540 Forsyth St., Bagdad
-First United Methodist Church
6830 Berryhill Rd., Milton
-Jay United Methodist Church
300 South Alabama St., Jay
-Mae Edwards Memorial United
Methodist Church
5052 Mulat Road, Milton, FL
-Pineview United Methodist Church
1400 Pineview Church Rd. Jay,
-Wesley Memorial United Methodist
Church
4701 School Ln, Pace, FL
-Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine Rd., Pace

NAZARENE
-First Church of the Nazarene
5162 Avenida Del Fuego, Pace

NONDENOMINATIONAL
-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


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


First United Methodist
Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683
Worship Service @ 8:30 & 11:00
Sunday School @ 9:45
Youth Fellowship @ 5:00

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!


Covenant Church of God
4645 School Lane Pace, FL 32571
S Behind CiCi's Pizza in Pace
V 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 as we ser.e Jeius.
Come grow with us!


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 630 pm ' '- . -'
Preschool - All S&rc -As
8351 Hickory n amrr. Ro. a Mihron * 23-895. * ww.n.ocrvhammo.b'd psl org '
Dynathic Worship * Music * Dramns Cril.ren & 'toufn Miri.rur,e, and cI9s more'


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

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

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


-New Vision Worship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton
-Roeville Holiness Church
Munson Hwy., Milton
-Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy 164)
Jay, FL 32565

PRESBYTERIAN - 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


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-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


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EPISCOPAL St. M army's
CHURCH' B k
* 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 j
Phone (850) 623-2905 www.stmarysmilton.com a
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WEST M lILTONI CHURCH F tIKt U Ti I
5300 HwY 90 WEST MILTON FL
ial 994-6088


5203 Elmira Street
Milton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten

623-2510

Sunday School: 9:45 Worship: 11am i


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 Edwards, Pastor


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994-4310

moCmmunitychurch com


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


Pace, Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

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Local


It's a bumper year for acorns


By: Theresa Friday
Extension Faculty-
Residential Horticulture
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County

Squirrels won't have to
worry about finding enough
nuts to store this winter. It's a
bumper year for acorns. To


many, an abundant acorn crop
means more debris to sweep
off the sidewalk. To the state's
wildlife, however, lots of
acorns on the ground spell
good fortune.
Some years, only a hand-
ful of acorns appear on each
tree but in other years, oaks


produce an exceptional abun-
dance of acorns. When a tree
produces a ridiculously abun-
dant crop of nuts, it is called a
'mast' year. This usage of the
word "mast" comes from a
Middle English word for
"meat" and suggests that
Native Americans were not


Holiday Shopping Tips

When Shopping for Toddlers and Preschoolers


The chaotic holiday shop-
ping season seems to approach
sooner each year, and while
visions of toy recalls dance in
their head, consumers shop-
ping for young children will
be on their toes this season.
While safety should be a big
concern, toy shoppers should
keep other things in mind as
well, say early childhood
experts at Parents as Teachers
National Center.

Age and skill level

Consult the age guidelines
shown on toy boxes, but
remember they are just that -
guidelines. Imagine the child
playing with the toy; is it chal-
lenging enough to-capture his
interest without being over-
whelming or unsafe? "If you
are unsure, ask the.child's par-
ents. They know their child's
skills and capabilities best,
and can decide if he is ready to
enjoy a particular toy," sug-
gests Jane Kostelc, early
childhood specialist at Parents
as Teachers National Center.

Opportunities for par-
ent-child interaction - the
"play with me" factor

When shopping for gifts
for young children, look for
items that will foster parent
interaction with the child.
Adults can support and extend
children's play. Look for play


materials that provide such
opportunities. Games are good
choices as they require more
than one person to play. For
parents, think of things you
like to do and see if you can
extend those pastimes to
include your child. For exam-
ple, if you like to cook, child-
sized utensils, apron and a
cookie-baking date could
make a gift both you and your
child will enjoy.

Interests

"At a very early age chil-
dren develop interests that
guide their learning and enjoy-
ment," says Kostelc. "Parents
should watch what their child
chooses to play with and listen
to the things she talks about."
At the same time, help a child
who is engrossed with a par-
ticular type of plaything to
branch out and have other play
experiences. For example, a
child who is fascinated with
trains might enjoy a puzzle
with a train theme.

Toys are not the only
things children play with.
Look for everyday objects that
can ,support and extend a
child's interests. For example,
a child interested in bugs
might like a flashlight and an
unbreakable magnifying glass
* to find specimens.


Young children learn
things every day through play.
Toys that do everything for the
child don't have much play
value, nor are they likely to
engage a child for long. But
toys and materials that allow a
child to use his imagination
will also help his brain grow.
Look for activities that are
open-ended, that is, that can
be played with in many differ-
ent ways. Building blocks, for
example, can be played with
by children at different ages.
They can become anything the
child imagines them to be.

All things considered.

Always focus on how safe
playthings are when choosing
gifts for children. Safety
depends on how toys are man-
ufactured, but also on how
appropriate they are for a
child's age, skill level and
activity level. There is no such
thing as an absolutely safe toy.
Children require supervision
during play. And remember
that more than anything else,
young children crave time and
attention. "These are the best
gifts a parent can provide.
When you play with your
child you foster learning and
support his development in a
number of areas." Kostelc
adds.


The value of play


the only humans for whom the
acorn was a major dietary sta-
ple.
Mast years occur every
four to seven years. but their
timing is still a mystery.
Numerous theories exist about
factors influencing the vari-
ability in the mast ranging
from weather to geography to
the life cycles of predators.
It has even been postulat-
ed that the cycles developed as
a survival technique. Low
acorn production years lead to
a decline in predator popula-
tion. If a low production year
is immediately followed by a
year with a big acorn crop the
chances for acorn and seedling
survival are enhanced.
The most likely reason for
high production seems to be
weather-related. When spring
weather at the time of oak
flowering has been warm and
dry, the mast seems to be
increased.
Mast years are important
to wildlife. Across the United
States, almost 100 animal
species rely on acorns as a
major food source. Acorns,
which are highly digestible
and rich in carbohydrates,
serve a wide range of animals
in a variety of ways.
In low crop years, the
birthrate for some species of
wildlife, such as gray squir-


rels. will decline the following
year. Because of the increased
competition for food, some
species have a tough time sur-
viving.
This year's crop means
that more young are likely to
be produced by animals that
forage for acorns.
Wildlife plays a big part in
forest regeneration. Squirrels,
blue jays and other wildlife
are crucial to oak regenera-
tion. When acorns drop like
marbles out of the trees, many
animals help distribute these
seeds in the forest. Squirrels
can bury hundreds of acorns,
at least some of which will
take root.
For most gardeners how-
ever, abundant acorns mean
having to deal with the oak
seedlings in the spring.
While not every acorn will
sprout, many will.
Once the squirrels have
had their fill, remove the
acorns by raking or vacuum
them up with a blower vac.
While you will be able to
remove some, invariably
many acorns will remain.
In the spring, simply mow
the oak seedlings as they
sprout. Oak seedlings growing
in the lawn will die after they
have been mowed three or
four times. They can only
resprout so many times.


Oak seedlings in flower
beds are a different story.
Pulling them out is helpful,
but laborious. If you want to
remove them by hand, you'll
need to make sure you remove
most of the root system with a
trowel or some other digging
device. After a rain, when the
ground is softened, is a perfect
time to pull seedlings.
If you're not opposed to
the use of chemicals, wait
until the plants have leafed out
and wipe the leaves and stem
with glyphosate (i.e.,
Roundup). Wearing a pair of
rubber gloves, dampen a
sponge in this herbicide solu-
tion and wipe the seedling
leaves and stem until they're
wet.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use of trade
names, if used in this article, is
solely for the purpose of pro-
viding specific information. It
is not a guarantee, warranty, or
endorsement of the product
name(s) and does not signify
that they are approved to the
exclusion of others.
For additional information
about all of the county exten-
sion services and other articles
of interest go to:
http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/e
extension


Holiday Tree Tips


When the time comes to
bring the holiday tree inside,
it's best to take a few precau-
tions to ensure the tree and its
ornaments last through the
season.

* Keep away from heat:
Make sure the tree is kept
away from sources of heat,
such as heating vents, fire-
places (keep a reasonable dis-
tance away from flames), and,


even sources of direct sunlight
so the tree can remain healthy.

- Ward off all pets: Cats, in
particular, have exhibited a
puzzling desire to jump into
Christmas trees. If you can't
keep pets out of the room
entirely, use a ceiling hook to
keep the tree from falling over
should a pet bump into it.

. Turn lights off when


leaving the house or going to
bed: Trees are a fire hazard
even when the lights aren't on,
and that risk only gets greater
if lights are left on when
you're not home.

� Place heavier ornaments
near the top: Keep heavier and
fragile ornaments higher up on
the tree to lessen the risk of
them breaking at the hands of
curious kids.


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SR Births
Kristina A. Martin, a son,
Labarron Dontae McDonald,
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13, 2007.
Stephanie & Jason
Fredrickson, a son, Stephen
Lee Fredrickson, born Friday,
November 16, 2007.
Crystal Goddard & Tim
Adkins, a daughter, Reagan
Dawn Adkins, born Monday,
November 19, 2007.
Shelli & Christopher
Cook, a son, Cody Allen
Cook, born Friday, November
19, 2007.
Tanya Howell, a son, Toby
Lee Howell, born Friday,
November 19, 2007.
Sarah Taber & Sidney
Broxton, a son, Dylan Thomas
Broxton,- born Wednesday,
November 21, 2007.
Donna & Philip Ifft, a
daughter, Kayla Elizabeth Ifft,
born Friday, November 23,


2007.
Abraca & Raymond
Barrett, III, a daughter,
Charity Sophia Barrett, born
Friday, November 23, 2007.
Jessica & Jackson Scott, a
daughter, Gabrielle McKenna
Scott, born Saturday,
November 24, 2007.
Misty & Keith Wade, III, a
daughter, Phoenix Eden Wade,
born Sunday, November 25,
2007.
Tammy & Samuel
Tweedy, a daughter, Janie
Marie Tweedy, born Monday,
November 26, 2007.
Tiffany Owens &
Jefferson Bourgeois, a son,
Jefferson Carter Bourgeois,
born Tuesday, November 27,
2007.
Margherita & Albert
Snipes, a son, Brian Benjamin
Snipes, born Tuesday,
November 27, 2007.
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Whether you're shopping for
your spouse, child, or distant
*cousin, chances are you want
to get a thoughtful gift that
expresses your love and
appreciation.

While shopping for rela-
tives is challenging, things
may seem a bit tougher when
shopping for coworkers or
colleagues. If you happen to
be friends with a coworker or
colleague, finding a gift may
be easier. But if you want to
do something thoughtful for
those you simply work with,
the following guidelines
should help you keep things
pleasant and professional.

Consider religion:
There's a good chance your
office includes people from
diverse backgrounds. Certain
gifts are taboo in some cul-
i ure:. but pcrfet. l\ acceptable
Sas gifts in others. If there's any


doubt as to a coworker's reli-
gion or other preferences,
steer clear of gifts that might
raise an eyebrow or possibly
be seen as offensive. In addi-
tion, if you're unsure whether
a client or colleague drinks
alcohol, avoid giving a bottle
of wine or champagne as a
gift.
. Give a gift that's office
ready: If you're really stuck,
give a gift that can help bright-
en a coworker's office or cubi-
cle. For example, give a plant,
a small radio, or something to
make them more comfortable,
such as a seat cushion or
padded mouse pad. Avoid wall
hangings, as there's no
accounting for another per-
son's taste, and you don't want
to put a coworker ifl the posi-
tion of having to hang some-
thing on their wall that they
don't like simply because they
* feel obligated.

Go the gift -certificate
route: To some, gift certifi-


cates might seem to indicate
little effort on your part. To
others, they're the perfect gift
and one they're sure to use.
Don't worry about which
group a coworker falls into. If
you really can't find a gift, a
gift certificate is perfectly
acceptable. If you're unaware
of a coworker or colleague's
interests, give a mall gift card
that's accepted by many of the
stores in the mall. Chances
are, they'll find at least one
store that matches an interest.
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zoned with the company
name': Nothing will make you
look cheaper or more indiffer-
ent than giving a company
sweatshirt or memo pad to a
colleague for the holidays.
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Nestor Medina Escobar, born
Wednesday, November 28,
2007
Krystal & Brandon
Humphreys, a daughter,
Brooklyn Paige Humphreys,
born Wednesday, November
28, 2007.
Roxanna Gray & Douglas
Brewer, a daughter, Lara Mae
Brewer, born Wednesday,
November 28, 2007.
Cynthia & Todd Edes, a
daughter, Allison Nadine
Edes, born Wednesday,
November 28, 2007.
Jessica & Barry Drew, Jr.,
a son, Easton Michael Drew,
born Thursday, November 29,
2007.
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daughter, Hannah Jolene
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NAS Whiting Field Opens New Fitness Facility


Naval Air Station (NAS)
Whiting Field hosted a grand
opening ceremony for their
new, state-of-the-art fitness
facility Dec. 11 at 10 a.m. The
site replaces a facility that was
damaged by Hurricane Ivan.
The nearly $14 million
project has been eagerly
awaited since the ground-
breaking Jun. 21, 2006.
The 28,000 square foot
building will be able to
accommodate more than 350
people.
Congressman Jeff Miller
(R-FL-01), Santa Rosa
County Commissioner Don
Salter and City of Milton
Mayor Guy Thompson attend-
ed the event to help celebrate
the new facility. All three
spoke and reiterated a theme
of gratitude toward the mili-
tary and the mission they per-
form.
"Congratulations on a
beautiful facility. For more
than 60 years, Whiting Field
has been here in Santa Rosa
County. We are inseparable.
We share the same pulse, and I
could not imagine Santa Rosa
County without Whiting
Field," said Salter. It was
important to be here today to
show our appreciation for
what you do. America is a bet-
ter place because of you."
Miller was the final speak-
er before the ribbon cutting,
and emphasized how much the
facility was needed.
"This building is a quality
of life issue for you, not only
to help keep you ready, but to
encourage the next generation
of service members," he said.
We want to make sure each of
you have what you need to do
your jobs well."
NAS Whiting Field
Commanding Officer Capt.
Enrique Sadsad was then
joined by the three guest
speakers; Capt. David
Moloney, Training Air Wing
FIVE Commodore; as well as.
representatives from the
Walton Construction team and
the Public Works department
for the ribbon cutting ceremo-
ny. Miller and Sadsad manned
the handles of the gold-col-
ored scissors, sliced the red
ribbon, and the center was


open for business.
Even before the cake
could be cut, Sailors and
Marines in tee-shirts and
shorts were entering to use the
new cardiovascular machines,
racquetball courts, and
weights. The Morale Welfare
and Recreation department
(MAR) hosted a series of
activities including: free throw
contest, three on three basket-
ball challenge, racquetball
challenge, facility orientation,
aerobics demonstration and
bench press contest.
The fitness center is a wel-
come addition to MWR's list
of services. The facility started
construction more than a year
ago, and in the interim the fit-
ness center has been housed in


an old building that was never
designed for physical readi-
ness.
"Its always exciting to get
something new," said Betty
Vukovcan, one of the facility's
trainers. "The open design
will be more energy efficient,
cooler and more comfortable.
Everything in here will be so
much nicer for people."
The new site houses a full
gymnasium with two perma-
nent and four movable basket-
ball goals, two racquetball
courts, an open cardiovascular
fitness area, a free and
machine weight area, full
locker rooms with steam room
and sauna, and two fitness
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December 15, 2007
Section D


Neal is ready to prowl for USA



N Pace pitcher is now focusing on upcoming season


Pace's Katy Neal signs Wednesday with the University of South
Alabama as her mother, Cindy, and dad, Mike, are joined by the
coaches and administration at Pace High School.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Katy Neal is focusing on
one thing now and that is help-
ing the Lady Patriots defend
their Class 5A State Title.
Wednesday the Pace sen-
ior made it official signing her
letter to play softball for the
University of South Alabama.
Neal, who struck out 152
batters in 13 games and posted
a 0.71 ERA, is ready to move
forward.
"Today is a big relief,"
said Neal, a two-time All-
State honoree. "Today is clo-
sure for me.
"I won't say my focus has


changed, but this helps take
the pressure off."
The ultra competitive
Neal grinned before comment-
ing, "I will be just as focused
as last year."
Neal is an all around play-
er when you look at the fact
she led Pace in home runs and
stolen bases as they finished
last year 24-5.
"She is one of top all-
around players in the area,"
said Pace Softball Head Coach
Curtis Williams. "She has
been an important part of our
last two trips" to state and her
leadership shows on the field
with her competitiveness and


willingness to come to prac-
tice with the right attitude
every day.
"We are looking for anoth-
er great year from her."
Neal is one of five com-
mitments the Lady Jags have
received for the 2008-09 sea-
son.
USA softball head coach
Becky Clark feels Neal and
her future teammates will fit in
well at South Alabama.
"I am extremely excited
about this group of student-
athletes and what they mean
for the future of our program,"
said Clark. "All of them are
coming out of competitive,


successful programs and they
understand what it takes to
win.
"From the beginning, our
philosophy has been to sign
great athletes with character
and an appreciation for aca-
demics; all five of these stu-
dent-athletes fit that mold."
Neal has already been
competing at Pace, but instead
of a softball field she picked
up a different type of club - a
golf club.
"I played golf for Haley
Millsap," said Neal. "That is
about it in a nutshell.
"Since it was my senior
See NEAL Page 4D


Central drops a


key district game


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
Central High suffered its
first loss of the -season in dis-
trict play, as they couldn't
hold onto a double-digit lead.
Ahead by 10 points with
four minutes remaining, the
Jaguars saw that lead disap-
pear as they fell to Laurel Hill
at home 62-59.
A three-pointer by Troy
Dawson, who finished the
game with a team high 25
points could only pull the Jags
(7-2, 3-1 in District 1-A) to a
point.
The Hoboes added a cou-
ple of late free throws for the
final margin of victory.
Laurel Hill took a one
point lead, 12-11, at the end of
the first quarter and main-
tained that advantage at half-
time.
Central fell behind by five
at the end of the third quarter
45-40.
Laurel Hill kept Logan
Campbell in check by limiting
him to 18 points, while Justin
Nalling added 10.
Monday night saw the
Jags defeat S.K. Jones 71-56.
Campbell scored 42 points
in the win as Central took a
20-12 first quarter lead and
extended it to 43-23 by half-
'time.
Campbell also grabbed 18
rebounds for yet another dou-
ble-double.
Dawson added 11 points
in the win.
At Jay the Royals held on
for a 57-54 win over visiting
Ponce de Leon.
Heading into the final
quarter Jay (4-2) led by eight,
41-33.
Ponce de Leon wasn't
going to go quietly as they
scored 21 points in the fourth
quarter, but it wasn't enough
to catch the Royals who are
preparing for their Christmas
basketball tournament set to
begin Dec. 17.
Greg Nelson led Jay with
a game high 23 points.
Brandt Hendricks added
14, while Devon Castleberry
poured in 11 for the wining
effort.
Pace has lost a couple of
close games, as they are now
3-3 on the season and 2-2 in
District 1-5A.
Monday night the Patriots
fell to Gulf Breeze 46-45 as
the Dolphins David Hibberts
hit two free throws with 2.7
seconds remaining to seal the
win.
During the final quarter
Gulf Breeze outscored the
Patriots 16-7 as they overcame
a 38-30 deficit heading into
the fourth quarter.
Jeff Mullahey led Pace


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with 17 points.
The other close loss came
Saturday at Pine Forest as the
Eagles dropped Pace by the
ironic score of 49-48.
Pace rallied in the fourth
quarter, but came up one point
short after seeing a five point
first quarter lead disappear
with both team tied at 24-24 at
halftime.
Justin Wright led Pace
with a game high 23 points.
While the Patriots are on a
two game slide, the Milton
Panthers are riding a two
game winning streak heading
into Friday's game against
Pace.
Saturday Milton defeated
Tate 74-57 on the road.
The Panthers (3-4)
jumped out to a 19-11 lead and
took a 35-22 lead into half-
time.
The Aggies made a small
run in the third quarter, but
Milton dominated the fourth
stanza by outscoring Tate 25-
18.
Brandon Allen led Milton
with a game high 24 points
while Derell Washington added
16 and Jamal Smith had 12.
In girls basketball action
Ft. Walton Beach defeated
Pace 61-24.
The Lady Vikings came
out and took control of the
game 14-7 as the Lady
Patriots fell to 1-6 on the sea-
son and remain winless in
District 1-5A.
Ft. Walton Beach didn't
let up as they extended their
lead to 32-14 by halftime, as
they remain undefeated this
season at 9-0.
Shelby Brooks led Pace
with nine points.
Central defeated Laurel
Hill on Monday 46-27 as they
improved to 7-2 overall and 3-
0 in the district.
Central took control of the
See PREPS Page 4D


Melendez wins gold at AAU meet


Melendez


Special to the Press Gazette
Milton's Michael
Melendez ran this year with
the Central Florida Gliders
Track team and competed at
the 2007 AAU National Cross
Country Championships.
The 14 year old student at
Hobbs Middle School com-
peted on what many
described as a flat, rocky
course at the Virginia Beach
Sports Complex in Virginia
Beach, Va.m and won a gold
medal despite the cold condi-
tions.


The Youth Boys godl
medal team, consisted of
William Bridges, Daniel Day,
Daniel Millay, Joshua Boggs
and Michael Melendez.
Melendez was asked to
join the Central Florida team
after qualifying for the meet
in October 2nd State
Qualifier.
Melendez regularly runs
with the Pensacola Wings
during Track Season and has
gone to the Jr. Olympics four
years running.
This is his second season


in cross country and he usu-
ally runs unattached, or with-
out a team affiliation due to
the lack of a youth cross
country teams in the area.
During the high school
cross county season
Melendez and his younger
sister Megan, were allowed
to train with Milton High
School.
Megan Melendez was
was pulled from the National
Meet after sustaining a knee
injury after the state qualifi-
er.




































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1 . . : . PR S top


BHR joins forces with

Arrington Manufacturing


MT. JULIET, Tenn. -- In an
effort to better align itself in the
NASCAR community, Bobby
Hamilton Racing and Arrington
Manufacturing announced
Monday the formation of a
partnership between its two
companies.
AMI con-
sists of a
joint ven-
t u r e
between c n

Baile y,
M arkk
Melling,

Campbell,
S t a c y Hamilton, Sr.
Compton
and Joey Arrington. BHR will
continue to be ran daily by Lori
Hamilton with AMI manage-
ment group. Accordingly, the
company, founded by the late
Bobby Hamilton, will relocate
closer to the hub of NASCAR
in the coming weeks.
BHR will continue to field
the No. 4 and the No. 18
Dodges in the 2008 Craftsman
Truck Series.
"Bobby Hamilton Sr.'s
dream was carried on last sea-


son through the hard work and
dedication of so many people
who stuck by us," Lori
Hamilton said. "This partner-
ship allows us to grow for the
future. In the past few months,
we realized how vital it is to our
future success to be located
closer to NASCAR and its
community. Joey Arrington has
always been a team player for
our organization. Bobby always
valued his knowledge and
experience in the sport. It is a
natural fit for our organizations
to work together and take this
team to another level."
* "This is a step in the right
direction for BHR and AMI,"
Joey Arrington said. "It is our
goal to get Dodge Motorsports
back on top of its game in the
NASCAR Craftsman Truck
Series. We will learn more,
grow bigger and continue to
carry on Bobby's goals togeth-
er."
More details are expected
to be announced in the coming
weeks.
In its 10-year existence,
BHR has scored 19 race wins,
22 poles, 85 top-five finishes,
168 top 10-finishes and the
2004 NCTS championship.


Test dates announced


The 2008 testing sched-
ules for the Sprint Cup,
Nationwide and Craftsman
Truck series encompass nine
different venues that will pro-
vide teams an opportunity to
prepare for the various track
layouts, surfaces and condi-
tions that they will face over
the course of the season.
NASCAR determined the
schedules based upon the
input from each of the teams'
crew chiefs.
Sprint Cup Series
The Cup Series testing
sessions begin at Daytona
with Pre-season Thunder on
Jan. 7-9 for approximately
half of the teams. Jan. 10 is the


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Bubble
Driver Kyle Petty
Owner. Kyle Petty
Points: 2814
Points out of 34th: 42
Points ahead of 36th: 147
Place Owner (
33 Joe Custer
34 Bill Davis


Glen Wood
James Rocco
Dietrich Mateschitz


rain date, if necessary.
The following week, the
remaining teams will test Jan.
14-16. Jan. 17 is the rain
date.
Test sessions are sched-
uled for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. ET,
weather permitting, with an
hour lunch break from noon
until 1 p.m.
The remaining five tracks
that will play host to test ses-
sions for the Cup Series
include:
* Las Vegas -- Jan. 28-29
* California -- Jan. 31-
Feb. 1
* Phoenix -- March 3-4
* Pocono -- May 27-28
* Charlotte -- Sept. 23-24


Driver
Johnny Sauter
Dave Blaney


Bill Elliott
Scott Riggs
Brian Vickers


Points
2894
2856


2667
2497
2351


Former NASCAR NEXTEL Cup driver Geoffrey Bodine has devoted his love for racing to help the U.S. Olympic bobsledding effort with
the creation of the Bo-Dyn sled. After several years of development, the sled is setting the standard world-wide in competitive bobsled-
ding. Bodine will be hosting his third bobsled challenge in Lake Placid, N.Y., featuring several race car drivers including Boris Said, Ron
Hornaday, Jr. and others from divisions like the NHRA on January 3rd through 5th at the Olympic Sports Complex.
Photo courtesy of the Olympic Regional Development Authority


BoDyn helps the USA go fast


07 Former driver created an All-American bobsled


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Geoffrey Bodine was watching the 2002 Winter Olympics
when he heard John Morgan talking about not
using U.S. equipment when it comes to bob- e1
sled racing.
As a sporting body, ithe U ',.'.% rele-
gated to using everyhid, . r.inni_ Ime
downs, until the 198h D.i', ,na 5i-iu
Champion decided to soniethim,_
"I was amazed to hear the\ N
were using equipment from B
Europe," said Bodine. "T he
equipment they were .
relying on was old or .
outdated."
But now Bodine
has taken and mixed
his knowledge of racing .-
from its early beginning il ,
Chemung, N.Y. to his IS'
NEXTEL Cup victories
including a 1982
Raybestos Rookie of .
the Year award win-
ner with the ice of
bobsledding. : / f
"This has been a lo
of fun and the things /
we did in NASCAR
translates well to
bobsledding," said '
Bodine. "With the
engineering and
building of bob-
sleds, there are sev-
eral similarities
with NASCAR,
except for the fact '
in bobsledding you f
turn left and right." g
This fact has noi
gone unnoticed in the b
first two Bobsled


Challenges Bodine has hosted in Lake Placid, on the same track
where the 1980 Olympic bobsledding events were held.
Bodine even pointed out several of the rules are fashioned
after NASCAR, including the use of templates.
Boris Said. son of former Olympic Bobsled Driver Bob
Said, h.as .'. on three of ihe four challenges held in the two years.
"Boris has been our top gun," said
, - B,.,dine. "He sets the standard for every-
/_ . one.


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"Unfortunately for me, I didn't get
to race against him last year since we
had a full slate of drivers."
Bodine and Boris participated in
a bobsledding event in Park City,
Utah, with both drivers taking turns
posting the fastest times.
This year Said will face competi-
tion from 2007 Craftsman Truck Series
Champion Ron Homaday, Jr., and others like
Joey Logano, Steve Carlson, and Donny
Lia.
'. Bodine himself will be competing
tor family pride against his brother's,
Brett and Todd, during a special event
. as part of the weekend.
Since the introduction of the
N"'. Bo-Dyn sleds in 1994, the U.S.
has won three medals during the
\., 2002 Winter Olympic Games in
Salt Lake City, including a
gold in Women's
Bobsledding.
The women also
earned a silver in Torino
Italy in 2006.
.S. In 2006-07 the U.S.
Bobsled team won two
World Cup season end-
ing gold medals and
two silver medals as
well as 17 World Cup
medals and two World
' Championship
Medals.


icoreboa


NEXfEL.


NEELCup Final


Driver Behind
1. Jimmie Johnson
2. Jeff Gordon
3. Clint Bowye-
4. Matt Kenseth
5. Kyle Busch
6. Tony Stewart
7. Kurt Busch
8. Jeff Burton
9. Carl Edwards
10. Kevin Harvick


Leader
-77
-346
-425
-430
-481
-492
-492
-501
-524


Busch Series Final Truck Series Final
Driver Behind Driver Behind
1. Carl Edwards Leader 1. Ron Hornaday Leader
2. David Reutimann -618 2. Mike Skinner -54
3. Jason Leffler -809 3. Johnny Benson -425
4. Kevin Harvick -812 4. Todd Bodine -457
5. David Ragan -1,066 5. Rick Crawford -459
6. Bobby Hamilton, Jr. -1,138 6. Travis Kvapil -471
7. Stephen Leicht -1,202 7. Ted Musgrave -799
8. Marcos Ambrose -1,328 8. Matt Crafton -922
9. Greg Biffle -1,339 9. Jack Sprague -981
10. Matt Kenseth -1,354 10. David Starr -1,061


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


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Continued Ironm Page One
game in the second quarter
by outscoring Laurel Hill 8-
2.
The second half was all
Lady Jaguars.
Daysha Enfinger led
Central with 17 points.
Kenna Enfinger score
nine points on the night,
while Brooke Daugihtery and
Haley Kimbrotugh added
eight each.


All-Star Game
Tickets: Tickets for the
Pensacola Sports
Association All-Star
Football Game are on sale
now at participating high
schools for $8 each.
The game will be
played Dec. 2i at Pace
High School with the
kickoff set for 7 p.m.
Crusaders Tryouts:
The Panhandle Crusaders
have landed Escambia
High School as there
home field threw the 2012
season.
The Crusaders will
Start there season on
September 20, 2008. The
Crusaders have appointed
Will Walker as the head
coach. Coach Walker
comes to the Crusaders
from the Pensacola Power
were he is the wide
receivers coach
The Crusaders have
also appointed Reggie
Smith as our defensive
coordinator, Coach Smith
comes to the Crusaders
from the Pensacola Power
were he is the defensive
line coach and from
Pensacola High School
were he is the assistant
defense coach. They also
appointed Reggie Smith
Jr. as our offensive coor-
dinator.
The Crusaders will be
holding there last open


Sunday, December 16, 2007
2:17AM 1.12Feet
6:37 AM Sun rise
11:24 AM Moon rise
1:14 PM -0.14 Feet
4:49 PM Sun set
10:30) PM 0.69 Feet
11:31 PM Moon set

Monday. December 17, 2007
4:27 AM First Quarter
6:38 AM Sun rise
11:54 AM Moon rise
12:38PM 0.18Feet
4:49 PM Sun set
7:42 PM /0.78 Feet

Tuesday, December 18, 2007
12:34 AM Moon set
4:39 AM 0.18 Feet
6:39 AM Sun rise
12:25 PM Moon rise
4:50 PM Sun set
7:03 PM I.08 Feet

Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2007
1:39 AM Moon set
5:18 AM -0.27 Feet
6:39 AM Sun rise
1:00 PM Moon rise
4:50 PM Sun set
7:09 PM 1.41 Feet


Daughter also grabbed
10 rebounds, while
Kimbrough finished with
nine boards.
Jay could not find an
answer for the Chiefs of
Northview Monday as they
lost 64-40.
Northview scored 20
points in the first and second
quarters as they built a 40-22
advantage by halftime.
Tessa Hendricks was the


tryouts on December 16 at
1 p.m. before going in to
mini camp in January
2008. For more informa-
tion please see our web
page at www.panhandle-
crusaders.com or call our
office at 497-6276
Referees needed: City
of Milton Parks and
Recreation is in need of
youth basketball referees.
The season will get
underway the first weekend
in January.
For more information
call 983-5466.
East Milton Youth
Basketball: The East
Milton Youth Association
will offer basketball this
season.
Young people agest
four to 18 can play.
Registration is now
underway at the East
Milton Recreational Park
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and
will continue every
Tuesday and Thursday
through Dec. 15.
Saturday registration
will be from 10 a.m. to 1
p.m.
For more information
call 626-8265 or 207-
0661.
Youth football tour-
ney: The Panhandle
Crusaders Minor League
Football team will be
hosting a youth football
Tournament in Pensacola.
Team Registration will


leading scorer for Jay (1-5),
while Amber Steadham
added 12.
Soccer action in the area
saw Pace defeat Escambia
County 4-2 at the Futbol
Club of Santa Rosa complex.
Ross Wyatt led Pace with
two goals while the other
Patriot tallies came from the
feet of Greg Peranich and
Travis Boyd.
The Patriots are now 5-5


start December 9 Please
see the tournament web
page for more info at
www.gridironclassic.org.
� The tournament will
be held January 11,12,13,
2008. there will be a fee
of $150.00 per team to
play.
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 tourna-
ments on courses through-
out Florida, Georgia,
South Carolina, and
Alabama.
For more information
or to register for the tour-
nament 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.


on the season and improved
to 4-3 in District 1-5A action.
Assists on the night went
to Tyler Phillips, T.P. Holtein,
and Nick Tafuri.
Chase Austin finished the
game in net with six saves.
West Florida Tech shut
out Milton 8-0 on Tuesday at
Woodham Middle School.
The Panthers could not
find a way to shut down the
Jaguars Taylor Lawrence
who finished the night with
four goals.
Milton goalie Mason
McAnally made four saves.


Neal

Continued From Page One
year, I looked at Kirsten Joiner
and asked her if she wanted to
go golf on the golf team."
Success didn't come easy
for Neal on the links, but she
didn't abandon her softball
bat.
"Golf is a frustrating
sport, but I don't think it has
effected by swing," said Neal.
"I might go golfing on the
weekend, but I would pick up
my softball bat so I wouldn't
lose the feel."
Neal was a highly sought
after pitcher for several small
Division-I and Division II
schools, but she had no prob-
lem committing to USA.
"South Alabama is close'
to home and I knew a lot of
people there," said Neal. "I am
looking forward to the chance
to play there and being where
my family and friends can
come and watch if they want
to."
Neal is focusing on the
chance to make her third trip
to state in four years at Pace.
"It would be awesome,"
said Neal. "I think we have the
girls to fill in for the losses we
had due to graduation.
"As soon as the season
gets here we have to take it
one game at a time because we
can't live in the past."
When asked if the target
got a little bigger for the
upcoming season, Neal busted
out with laughter and replied,
"It is huge!"


Pensacola Bay Navarre Beach Blackwater River , --- , --
Sunday, December 16, 2007 Sunday, December 16, 2007 Sunday, December 16; 2007
1:33 AM 0.93 Feet 6:37 AM Sun rise 3:13 AM 1.12 Feet
6:39 AM Sun rise 8:43 AM 0.25 Feet 6:38 AM Sun rise ,
11:25 AM Moon rise 11:23 AM Moon rise 11:24 AM Moon rise
11:57 AM -0.11 Feet 4:49 PM Sun set 1:44 PM -0.14 Feet
4:50 PM Sun set 10:56 PM 0.91 Feet 4:49 PM Sun set .."-
9:46 PM 0.58 Feet 11:31 PM Moon set 11:26 PM 0.69 Feet
11:32 PM Moon set 11:32 PM Moon set


Monday, December 17, 2007
4:27 AM First Quarter
6:39 AM Sun rise
11:21 AM 0.15 Feet
11:55 AM Moon rise
4:51 PM Sun set
6:58 PM 0.65 Feet

Tuesday, December 18, 2007
12:35 AM Moon set
3:22 AM 0.15 Feet
6:40 AM Sun rise
12:26 PM Moon rise
4:51 PM Sun set
6:19 PM 0.90 Feet

Wednesday. Dec. 19, 2007
1:41 AM Moon set
4:01 AM -0.22 Feet
6:40 AM Sun rise
1:01 PM Moon rise
4:51 PM Sun set
6:25 PM 1.17 Feet


Monday, December 17, 2007
4:27 AM First Quarter
6:38 AM Sun rise
8:27 AM 0.43 Feet
11:53 AM Moon rise
4:49 PM Sun set
4:59 PM 0.94 Feet

Tuesday, December 18, 2007
12:34 AM Moon set
3:17 AM 0.47 Feet
6:38 AM Sun rise
12:25 PM Moon rise
4:34 PM 1.16 Feet
4:50 PM Sun set

Wednesday. Dec. 19, 2007
1:39 AM Moon set
3:03 AM 0.11 Feet
6:39 AM Sun rise
1:00 PM Moon rise
4:23 PM 1.41 Feet
4:50 PM Sun set


Monday, December 17, 2007
4:27 AM First Quarter
6:39 AM Sun rise
11:54 AM Moon rise
1:08PM 0.18 Feet
4:49 PM Sun set
8:38 PM 0.78 Feet

Tuesday, December 18, 2007
12:34 AM Moon set
5:09AM 0.18 Feet
6:40 AM Sun rise
12:25 PM Moon rise
4:50 PM Sun set
7:59 PM 1.08 Feet

Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2007
1:40 AM Moon set
5:48 AM -0.27 Feet
6:40 AM Sun rise
1:00 PM Moon rise
4:50 PM Sun set
8:05 PM 1.41 Feet


Central head coach Tony McDonald talks to his team during a
time out earlier this season. On Tuesday, the Jaguars gave up a 10
point fourth quarter lead to Laurel Hill at home.



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Whiting Field Golf Course
Whiting Field
Golf Association

Dogfight
Dec. 6, 2007

A Flight Net: 1.Scott Mclrvin
(64), 2. Pat Castillo (66), 3.
(tie) Steve Hoomes and Ken
Morris (68).
B Flight Net: 1. Jay Painter
(69), 2. Charlie Wallwork (70),
3. (tie) John Stolle, Floyd
-Graham, Jay Arthur, and Rich
Hobbs (71).

Dogfight
Dec. 8, 2007

A Flight Net: 1. Nick Geeker
(66), 2. (tie) Pete Keeling and
Steve Durden (67).
B Flight Net: 1. Junior
Williams (62), 2. Mike Miller
(63), Del Stevens (64).
C Flight Net: 1. William Jones
(64), 2. (tie) Gary Upshaw,
Eric Elmore, Vonchea
Edwards, and David
Washington (67).

Points
Dec. 9, 2007

A Flight: 1. Ken Morris (+13),
2. Mike Miller (+12), 3.
Shelton Adkisnson (+8).
B Flight: 1. Donnly Mullins
(+7), 2. Charles Beard (+6), 3.
(tie) John Stolle and Jack
Donlin (+5).


Monday Mixed Winter
Oops Alley
Dec. 3, 2007

High Game Men: Chung
Rigby - 248
High Game Women: Karen
Leath - 194
High Game Team: It Doesn't
Matter - 765
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick - 668
High Series Women: Karen
Leath - 528
High Series Team: It Doesn't
Matter - 2261

Overall League Standings: 1.
New Recruits 34-18, 2. It
Doesn't Matter 33.5-18.5, 3.
Pin Action 32.5-19.5, 4. M&j's
30.5-21.5, 5. Split Happens
30-22, 6. Three and One 30-
22, 7. We Wuz Robbed 28.5-
23.5, 8. Damn 10 Pin 28-24,
9. Three Gents and Queen
28-24, 10. Super Friends 27.5-
24.5, 11. D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 26-
26, 12. Fu Bunch 26-26, 13.
Dave's Gang 25.5-26.5, 14.


Dang's Crew 24-28, 15.
Fantastic Four 23-29, 16. The
Broken alls 21-31, 17.
Incredibles 21-31, 18. Strike
Force 18-34, 19. Strike Force
1I 17-35, 10. The Wobbly Balls
16-36.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Dec. 5, 2007

High Scratch Game: Sharon
Wolfe- 199
High Scratch Series: Sharon
Wolfe - 506
High Scratch Team: Back
Alley Cats - 445
High Handicap Game:
Sharon Wolfe - 252
High Handicapped Series:
Sharon Wolfe - 665
High Handicapped Team:
Back Alley Cats - 1318

Overall League Standings: 1
Three Peas in A Pod 32.5-
19.5, 2. Darlings of the
Morning 28-24, 3. Back Alley
Cats 27.5-24.5, 4. Almost
Should Been 26-26, 5. Three
Stooges 23-29, 6. Honey
Bears 19-33

Twilighters Winter Mixed
Avalon Bowling Center
Dec. 6, 2007

High Game Men: Tony Pettry
-255
High Game Women: Debbk
Ingraham- 222
High Game Team: Jane's
Crew - 790
High Series Men: Tony Pettr
-716
High Series Women: Debbk
Ingraham - 524
High Series Team: Happy
Four- 2227

Overall League Standings: 1.
The Last Team 39-13, 2.
Trouble Again 32.5-19.5, 3
Damn 10 Pin 32-20, 4.
U_Bang_E 30-22, 5. We Wuw
Robbed 30-22, 6. Incredible'
29-23, 7. Happy rIour 28-24, 8
E-N-V-Y 28-24, 9. .pit Fire 28-
24, 10. The Dream Team 26.5
25.5, 11. We Try Hard 25.5
26.5, 12. M and J's 25.5-26.5
13. Split Happens 25-27, 14
lue Jays 24.5-27.5, 15. Th(
Striking Four 24-28, 16. Strike
Force 23-29, 17. Family Affai
23-29, 18. Cabbies 23-29, 19
Jane's Crew 23-29, 20. Family
Matters 22.5-29.5, 21, The Big
Quarters 22-30, 22. Two anc
Two 21-31, 23. Siders 21-31,
24. Yee Haw 18-34.


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, ^Notice is hereby given, pursu-
ant to Final Judgment for Plain-
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C i member 30, 2007, in the Circuit
i m .Court of Santa Rosa County,
NNONCEMENTS Florida I will sell the property
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COUNTY SANTA ROSA MORE OR LESS, LESS ROAD
CIVIL DIVISION WAY.
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owner as of the dale of the lits
pendens must file a claim within
60 days after the sale.
Dated this 30 day of Novem-
ber, 2007.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR SANTA ROSA
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CASE Nd. 07-786 CA
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC.,
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pursuant to the Final Judgment
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indicated above.
Any person or entity claiming
an interest in the surplus, if any,
resulting from the foreclosure
sale, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis
Pendens, must file a claim on
same wilh the Clerk of Court
within 60 days after the foreclo-
sure sale.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court this 30 day
of November; 2007.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs ac-
commodation in order to
participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, for the
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6865 Caroline Street, Mil-
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within 2 working days of
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HOME NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE


110.4 I
Mary M. Johnson
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Frank Albert Reder
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando Florida 32812
(407) 381-5200
120807
121507
12/1321
Legal 12/1322
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORJIDA_


CASE NO:
COUNTRY'
F/K/A CC

Plaintiff,
vs.


07-876-CA
WiDE BANK FSB
>UNTRYWIDE BANK


WILLIAM M. RANDALL; KATH-
ERINE G. RANDALL; UN-
KNOWN TENANT I; UN-
KNOWN TENANT II, and any
unknown heirs, devisees, gran-
ees, creditors, and other un-
known persons or unknown
spouses claiming by, through
and under any of the
above-named Defendants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
the undersigned Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Santa Rosa
County, Florida, will on the 11
day of January, 2008, at
11:00 o'clock A.M at the 6865
Caroline Street, Santa Rosa
SCun Courthouse in Milton
Florida , offer for sale and sell
at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the
followin-described property sit-
uate in Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida:
Commence at a 4 inch
square concrete monu-
ment at the Southwest
corner of Lot 29, Block 36
of the Second Addition to
Navarre, being also the
intersection of the North-
erly right-of-way of La-
reado 160' R/W) and the
Easterly richt-of-way of
Frontera (60 R/W); thence
run North 08 degrees 03
minutes 17 seconds East
along said Easterly
right-of-way distance of
549.13 feet to the Point of
Beginning- thence con-
tinue North 08 degrees 03
minutes 17 seconds East
along said Easterly
right-of-way a distance of
80.63 thence depart said
Easterly Right of way
South 81 Degrees 56 min-
utes 43 seconds East a
distance of 200.00 feet to
the East line of said Lot
24; thence run South 08
degrees 03 minutes 17
seconds West along said
East line of Lot 24; and the
East line of said Lot 25 a
distance of 80.63 feet;
thence run North 81 de-
grees 56 minutes 43 sec-
onds West a distance of
200.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning.


a NOTICE hereb given that pursuant to the Final Judgment
NOTICE is hereby given theai ned in a case pending in
Sh undersigned Clerk of th urt, the style of whi is
Circuit Court of Santa Rosa indicated above.
ALFRED ARTHUR BLACKWELL County Florida, will on the 11boe.
A/K/A ALFRED A. BLACK- day of January, 2008 at nor entit :-,-,.-
WELL, DECEASED- CHRISTINA 1100 o'clock A.M at the 6865 An n hrs e strius I
JAMILLE U. MEYEkS, and any Caroline Street, Sana Rosa nlinte fronm ithe frsurplus ie
unknown heirs, devisees grant- County Courthouse in Milton s r than the prpert
ees, creditors, and other un- Florida , offer for sale and sell saleer a than the property
known persons or unknown at public outcry to the highest wne an must fle a c laim on
spouses claiming by, through and best bidder for cash the same with the Clerk of Court
and under any of te followin-described property sit within 60 days after the foreclo-
above-named Defendants, uate in Santa Rosa County, Flor- sure sale. y
ida: sure s .
Defendants. , BWITNESS my hand and official
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OAKS LANDING PHASE 1 s of November, 200 30 day
SA LE being a portion of Section
10, Township 1 North, If you are a person with a
NOTICE is hereby given lhat Range 29 West, Sont isa li who needs ac-
the undersigned Clerk of the Rosa County, Florida ac- commodation in order to
Circuit Court of Santa Rosa cording to the plt re- participate in thi
County, Florida, will on theo cord in Plat ook G iipate in this ro-
day of Jaonuary, 2008 at Pa ies 8 l2(t 2),ancJceeding' syou are oenti the
6865 82(3, ofid the Pubhc rovision of certain assis-
Caroline Street, Santa Rosa words of said County. tance. Please contact
County Courthouse in Milton Court Administration at
Florida , offer for sale and sell pursuant to the Final Judgment 6865 Caroline Street, Mil-
at public outcry to the highest entered in a case pending in ton, Florida 32570 Tele-
an best bidder for cash, the said Court, the style of which is phone (85 623-3639
followindescribed property sit- indicated above. within 2 working days of
u Wte in santo Rosa County, Flor- A so or h y
ue in ont Rosa county, F. , your receipt of fhis aocu-
t dat Any p e ersotin r , :.,,,,,,,, ment. If you are hearing
an interest anthe or voice ired, coo
The North 70 feet of Lot restin from: o :, : 1-800-9 S55-871'.
sale, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis Mar M. Johnson
Pendens, must file a claim on CLEIK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
i same with the Clerk of Court CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Within 60 days after the oreco- By: Brandy Norris
A sure sale Deputy Clerk
WITNESS my hand and and official ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
seal of said Court this 30 day Frank Albert Reder
of November, 2007. Butler & Hosch, PA.
We Deliver & Install h 3185 S Conway Rd., Ste
Hwe 7 Seiv It Ifyou are a person witsad Orlando Florida 32812
Centipede disability whoneedac-t (407) 31-5200
St. Augustine participate in this pro- 120807
ceeding, you are entitled, 121507
Bermuda at no cost to you, for the 2 322
ail Pine tr provision of the certain 1
Baied n assistance. Please contact-
Court Administration at
CullLs first, Save Time 6865 Caroline Street, Mil- Legal 12/1323
al s firt, nave ime Florida 32570 Tele-
Call us last, SaveMoney phone (850) 623-3639 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
Hi. 87 So.Miton thin 2 workinqdays of AND FOR SANTA ROSA
Hwy. 87 So. Milton your receipt of this docu- COUNTY FLORIDA
ment. If you are hearing CASE NO: 07-464-CA
626o8578 .r voice impaired, cal
a1-800-955-871. COUNTRYWIDE HOME
_LOANS, INC.


1104 i-- 11- 4 _- .1104 _ ___j110.4 --1
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Defendants.
Plaintiff, MARY M JOHNSON CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Clerk of the Circuit Court y: J. Watkins NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
vs. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SALE
By: Brandy Norris "In accordance with the Ameri-
JAMES VAUGHAN; CAROLINE Deputy Clerk cans With Disabilities Act, per- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
VAUGHAN UNKNOWN TEN- sons in need of a special ac- pursuant to a Final Judgment of
ANT 1; VICTORIAN VILLAGE Attorney for Plaintiff: commodation to participate in Foreclosure dated the 30 day of
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA Russell A. Whie, No. 253091 this proceeding shall, within November 2007, and entered
TION, INC., and any unknown ROGERS, MORRIS & ZIEGLER seven (7) days prior to any pro- in Case Noa 07-000714 CA, of
heirs, devisees, grantees, credi- 1401 East Broward Blvd., Suite ceedina, contact the Administra- the Circuit Court of the 1ST Judi-
tors, and other unknown per- 300 tive OThce of the Court, Santa cial Circuit in and for Santa
sons or unknown spouses claim- Ft. Lauderdale FL 33301 Rosa County Courthouse 6865 Rosa County, Florida wherein
in by, through ad under any Telephone: 94462431 CarolineStreetSE, Mirn, FL JPMORGAN CHAS BANK,
o lthe above-named Defend -32570 telephone N A. is the Plaintiff and JERRY
ants, 120807 850u 46 25 TDD D. SUTTON; PAULA K. SUT-
121507 -800-955-8771 or TON; JOHN DOE- JANE DOE
Defendants. 12/1324 1-800-955-8770 via Florida Re- AS UNKNOWN TENANT SI
__lay Service". IN POSSESSION OF THE SU Bm
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE JECT PROPERTY are defendants.
SALE . 120807 I will sell to the highest and best
Si Legal 12/1325 121507 bidder for cash at the NORTH
NOTICE is hereby given that 12/1325 12/1325 FRONT STEPS OF COURT-
the undersigned Clerk of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Lega 12/1326hs1CHOUSE at the Santa Rosa
Circuit Court of Santa Rosa THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Legal12/1326 County Courthouse, in Milton,
County, Florida, will on the 11 CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA THE RIT COURT IN Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
day of January, 2008 at ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN 11 day of January, 2008, the
1100 o'clock A at the 865 CIVIL ACTION NDFORSANTA ROSA following described property as
Caroline Street, Santa Rosa CASE NO.: 06-001116-CA Y I A set forth in said Final Judgment,
Courthouse in Milton Florida , Case No. 07-01251 CA to wit:
offer for sale and sefi at public DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL IN RE:. The Forfeiture of: LOT 11 BLOCK C LESS THE
outcry to the highest and best TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUS- R 1 h SN
bidder forN cash, the TEE OF AMERIQUEST MORT NOT 13 FEET OF SANTA
bidder for cash, the TEE OF AMERIQUEST MORT One 2002 Ford F-350 Pickua VILLA VIII, A SUBDIVISION
following-described property sit- GAGE SECURITIES INC., AS- Truck VIN ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
uate in Santo Rosa County, Flor- SET BACKED PASS-THROUGH FTX33FX2E740417 and THEREOF, RECORDED IN
ida: CERTIFICATES SERIES 2004-R5 F F2 7447 an THR, R
UNDER THE COOLING & SERV- $280.00 U.S. Currency. PLAT BOOK C PAGE 154
Lot 4, Block J VICTORIAN ICING AGREEMENT DATED AS DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT ON FILE WITRUTHE CLERTI
VILLAGE PHASE 3, a subdi- OF JUNE 1, 2004, WITHOUT DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT OFTHECIRCUIT COURT IN
vision of Section 28, RECOURSE AND FOR SANTA R. SA
Township 2 South, Rane PlaintiffZachary Wells Stuart COUNTY, FLORIDA.
28 West, according to piat NOTICE OF FORFEITURE ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
thereof as recorded in Pat Vs . O EITURE ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
Book 9 Page 85, of the PROCEEDING INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
Public records of Santa ANDREA E. JACOBS, et al. TO: Zachary Wells Stuart, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
Rosa County, Floda. Defenans 2044 Routh Road, Burlington, OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
pursuant to the Final Judgment NOTICE OF SALE North Carolina THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
entered in a case pending in 27217-8771 and all persons CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF
said Court, the style of which% is Notice is hereby Fiven that, pur-. who claim an interest One TER THE SALE.
indicated above. suant to a Fina Judmentof 2002 Ford F-350 Pick-up Truck
orclosure or Order Tdae o VIN#o 1 FTWX33FX2ED74041 If you are a person with a Disa-
ForeclosureAny person or entity claiming omber 30, 2007, entOrderated ino- and $280.00 U.S. Currency, bihties who need any accommo.
an interest in the surplus, if any, Civil Case Number which were seized on or about nation in order to participate in
resulting from the foreclosure 06-001116-CA in the Circuit September 26, 2007 at he car this proceeding you ore entitled
sale, ofher than the property Court for aANTA ROSA nr of Highway 90 and Elmira at no cost to you to the provi-
dae of the Li County Florida wherein DEUT Sreet in Santa Rosa County. sions of certain assistant please
Powndens, must file a cldate of the Lis CouANK NATIONAL TRUST Said property is in the custody contact Susan Land at 6865
same with the Clerk of Court COMPANY AS TRUSTEE OF ther Sant Ros County Caroline Street Milton, FL
within 60 days after the foredo- AMERIQUEST MORTGAGE SE Sheriff', s Office in Santa Rosa 32570 850-983- 1012 within
sure sale. CURITIES INC, ASSET BAC"KED County Florida and a Com- 2 working days of his receipt
sure sale. CURI ES INC., ASSET BACKEDRTIFI plaint for Final Judgment of For- o this document. If you ore
WITNESS my hand and official CATES SERIES 2004-R5 UN- ire pertaining thereto has hearing or Voce impaired call
seal of said Court this 30 day DER THE POOLING & SERVIC- been filed in the above styled 1-800-'9558771.
of November, 2007. ING AGREEMENT DATED AS cause. 3 d N
OF JUNE 1, 2004 WITHOUT ti 1 Doted this 30 day o N07vem-
If you are a person with a RECOURSE is lhe Plaintiff and Dated this 13th day of Novem- er, 2007
disability who needs ac- ANDREA E. JACOBS, et a. are ber 2007
commodation in order to the Defendants, I will sell the /s/LAURA JOYNER NYE MaryM Johneson urt
participate in this pro- properly situated in SANTA ACOYNRNYERCIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ceeding, you are entitled, ROSA County, Florida, de- Florida Bar No. 487236 By: Brandy NorrisEAL
at no cost to you, for the scribed as: Florida Bar No.dres, & Leonard, DeputBrandy CleNork s
provision of certain assis- Lindsy, Andrews, & Leonard, Deputy Clerk
lance. Please contact Lot 7 Block B, COUNTRY WP. i. St
Court Administration at BREEZE ESTATES being a por- 52|M ionlo reet12507
6865 Caroline Street, Mil- tion of Section 7, Township 2 Milon Fr33250 507
ton, Florida 32570 Tele- South Range 26 West, Santa (8501 623-3200 12/132
phone (850) 623-3639 Ros'a County, Florida, accord- Attorney for Plaintitff
within 2 working days of ing to the plat recorded in Plot 18-
your receipt of his docu- Book E page 70 of the Public 1250807
ment. If you are hearing BRecords of said county. 121507
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1-800-955-8771.
Mary M Johnson
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Frank Albert Reder
Butler & Hosch, PA.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando Florida 32812
1407) 381-5200


120807
121507


Legal 12/1324
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 07-285 CA
SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TRAVIS W. ZAAL, el al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur
suant to a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated No-
vember 30, 2007, entered in
Case 07-285 CA, of lhe Circuit
Court of the 1st Judicial Circuit
in and for Santa Rosa County
Florida, wherein SUNTRUST
MORTGAGE, INC. is Plaintiff,
and TRAVIS W. ZAAL, et al, are
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash, at the Santa Roa County
Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
Street on the north steps of the
Courthouse in Milton, Florida
32570 a 11:00 a.m on the
11 day of January, 2608, the
following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment,
to-wit:
Lot 3, Block 197, Holley By The
Sea a subdivision of a portion
of Sections 3, 4 12, 13, 22
and 24 Towinship 2 South,
Range 27 West and all of Sec-
tions 10, 14 and 15, Township
2 South Range 27 West, Santa
Rosa County, Florida as re-
corded in Plat Book B pages
155 (1-20) of the public records
of said county.
Any person claiming an interest
in the s us trom the sale, it
any, other lhan ithe pro eErt
owner as of lhe dale at Ihe It's
pendens must tile a claim within
60 days ofter the sale.
DATED at Milton, Santa Rosa
County, Florida, this 30 day of
November 2007.


at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, al lhe
Nor h Front Door of the Center,
6865 Caroline Street SE, , Mil-
ton, FL 32570 at 11:00 a.m.
on the 11 day of January,
2008. Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the prop-
erty owner as of the date of the
lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dbted: November 30, 2007.
Mary M. Johnson


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Legal 12/1327 THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
Legal 12/1327\ IN AND FOR SANTA ROSU
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COUNTY, FLORIDA
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA CASE NO.: 07-889CA
COUNTY, FLORIDA TIO M RTA
CIVIL DIVISION OPTION ONE MORTGAGE
CASE NO.: 07-000714 CA CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, vs.
N.PMORGA N CHASE BANK, FRANCIS P. CASSIDY III, et al,
Plaintiff, Defendants.
vs .
JERRY D. SUTTON, el al, NOTICE OF ACTION


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Cove, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
TO: Also Attempted at: 1217 Horr- pursuant to a Motion and Order
FRANCIS P. CASSIDY III . - Gulf Breeze, FL Resettino Foreclosure Sale Dale
Current Residence 5776 Win- ' .. 6571 Antietam Dr, dated lie 28 day of November,
dermere Trace, Milton, FL Pensocola, FL 23503 2007 and entered in Case No.
32571 Current Residence Unknown 06-0dO052CA of the Circuit
Court of the 1ST Judicial Circuit
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- in and for Santa Rosa County
FRANCIS P. CASSIDY III tion for Foreclosure of Mort- Florida wherein BANK OF
Current Residence. 5776 Win- gaoe on the following de- AMERICA N A is the Plaintiff
dermer Trace, Miltonp FL 32571 scrbed property: and ANTHONY PRELL SMITH
A/K/A ANTHONY SMITH-
JOHN DOE UNIT D15, BUILDING DII CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Current Residence: 5776 Win- OF BAHAMA BAY CLUB FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY
dermere Trace, Milton, FL TOWNHOMES A CONDO- FLORIDA STATE OF FLORI'
32571 MINIUM, ACCORDING TO DA/DEPARTMENT OF REVE-
THE DECLARATION OF NUE UNITED GUARANTY RES-
JANE DOE CONDOMINIUM DATED IDENTAL INSURANCE COM-
Curren Residence: 5776 Win- JANUARY 21UM1982 AND PANY OF NORTH CAROLINA;
dermere Trace, Milton, FL RECORDED IN OFFICIAL JEAN ELIZABETH WOOD;
32571 RECORDS BOOK 581 AT RHONDA HEWELL; UN
PAGES 25 THROUGH 93 KNOWN SPOUSE OF AN.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLi THONY PRELL SMITH A/K/A
tion for Foreclosure of Mort- RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA ANTHONY SMITH- UN-
gage on the following de- COUNTY FLORIDA TO- KNOWN SPOUSE OF JEAN
scribed property: GETHER WITH ALl ITS AP- ELIZABETH WOOD; JOHN
property. URTENANCES INCLUDING DOE; JANE DOE AS UN-
LOT 5, BLOCK B, WINDER- WITHOUT LIMITATION, ITS KNOWN TENANT IS) IN POS-
MERE A SUBDIVISION OF UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN SESSION OF TH SUBJECT
A PORTION OF SECTION THE COMMON ELEMENTS, PROPERTY ore defendants. I will
33, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH ACCORDING TO THE DEC- sell to the highest and best bid-
RANGE 29 WEST SANTO LARATION. der for cash at the NORTH
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA; FRONT STEPS OF COURT-
AS RECORDED IN PLAf has been filed against you and HOUSE at the Santa Rosa
BOOK "D" AT PAGE 66 OF you are required to serve a County Courthouse, in MILTON,
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF copy of your written defenses, if Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
SAID COUNTY. any, to it, on Marshall C. Wt- 17 day of January, 2008, the
son P.A, Attorney for Plaintiff following described property as
has been filed against you and whose address is 1800 NW set forth in said Final Judgment,
you are required to serve a 49th STREET, SUITE 120 to wit:
copy of your written defenses, if FT. LAUDERDALE FL 33309
any, to i on Marshall C Wat on or before January 11, 2008 TRACT I
son, P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff a date which is within thirty (30
whose address is 1800 NW days after the first publication of THE FOLLOWING DE-
49th STREET, SUITE 120 this Notice in the (PRESS GA- SCRIBED REAL PROPERTY,
FT. LAUDERDALE FL 33309 ZETTE IN MILTON) and file the SITUATE, LYING AND BE-
onor before . 11, 2008 original with the Clerk of this ING IN THE COUNTY OF
o date which-, t.-i thirty (30D Court either before service on SANTA ROSA, STATE OF
days after the first publication of Plaintiff's attorney or immedi- FLORIDA TO-WIT:
this Notice in the PRESS GA ately thereafter; otherwise a de-
ZETE and file the original with foultwill be entered against you BEGINNING 699.84 FEET
the Clerk of this Court either be- for the relief demanded in the NORTH OF SOUTHWEST
fore service on Plaintiff's attor- complaint. CORNER OF THE SOUTH-
ney or immedi ately thereafter EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 24,
otherwise default will be en- If you are a person with a Disa- TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
lered against you for the relief bifilies who need any accommo- RANGE 29 WEST THENCE
demanded in the complaints nation in order to rticiparticipate in EAST 106 FEET NORTH 1
this proceeding you are entitled DEGREE EAST 75 FEET
If you are a person with a Disa- at no cost to you to the provi- NORTH, THENCE, 106 FEET
biltlies who need any accommo- sions of certain assistant please WEST, SOUTH 1 DEGREE
nation in order to participate in contact Susan Land at 6865 THENCE SOUTH 75 FEET TO
this proceeding you are entitled Caroline Street Milton, FL POINT OF BEGINNING.
at no cost to you. to the provi- 32570, 850-983-1012 within
sions of certain assistant please 2 working days of this receipt TRACT II
contact Susan Land at 6865 of this document. If you are
Caroline Street Milton, FL hearing or Voice impaired call THE FOLLOWING DE-
32570, 850-983-1012 within 1-800-955-8771. SCRIBED REAL PROPERTY,
2 working days of this receipt SITUATE, LYING AND BE-
of this Tocument .If you are WITNESS my hand and the seal ING IN THE COUNTY OF
hearing or Voice impaired call of this Court this 29 day of No- SANTA ROSA, STATE OF
1-800-955-8771. vember, 2007. FLORIDA, TO-WIT:
WITNESS my hand and the seal Mary M. Johnson BEGINNING 624.84 FEET
of his Court this 29 day of No- As Clerk of the Court NORTH OF THE SOUTH-
vember, 2007. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL WEST CORNER OF THE
By Brandy Norris SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SEC-
MarM. Johnson As Deputy Clerk . TION 24, TOWNSHIP 2
As dierk of the Court NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 120807 THENCH EAST 370 FEET,
By Brondy Norris 121507 THENCE NORTH 1 DEGREE
As Deputy Clerk 12/1329 EAST 150 FEET THENCE
WEST 214 FEET' THENCE
120807 __SOUTH 1 DEGREE WEST 75
121507 FEET THENCE WEST 156
12/1328 FEET THENCE SOUTH 75
Legal 12/1330 FEET TO POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Legal 12/1329 THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 'ANY PERSON CLAIMING
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF COUNTY, FLORIDA PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION ANY OTHER THAN THE
IN AND'FOR SANTA ROSA CASE NO.: 06-000052CA PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA THE DATE OF THE LIS
CIVIL DIVISION BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., PENDENS MUST FILE A
CASE NO.: 07-743 CA Plaintiff, CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AURORA LOAN SERVICES, AFTER THE SALE.
LLCif If you are a person with a
Pla'tiff, ANTHONY PRELL SMITH Disbailities who 'need any ac-
ERNEST D. STOMP A/K/A ER A/K/A ANTHONY SMITH commodation in order to partici-
NEST STOMP, et al, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURf pate in this proceeding you are
Defendants. FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY entitled at no cost to you to the
eendants. FLORIDA-. STATE OF FLORI- provisions of certain assistant
NOTICE OF ACTION DA/DEPARTMENT OF REVE- please contact Susan Land at
NOTICE OF ACTION E GUARANTY RES 6865Caroline Street Milton, F
TO- IDENTIAL INSURANCE COM- 32570, 850-983-1012 within
ERNEST D. STOMP A/K/A PANY OF NORTH CAROLINA; 2 working days of this receipt
ERNEST STOMP JEAN ELIZABETH WOOD of this document. If you are
Last Known Address: 201 Pen- RHONDA HEWELL; UF� hearing or Voice impaired call
sacola Beach Rd, Gulf Breeze KNOWN SPOUSE OF AN- 1-800-955-8771.
FL 32561 and 3733 Ce THONY PRELL SMITH A/K/A Datedhs 28 day of Novem-
Cove Gulf Breeze FL 32563 ANTIHONY SMITH UN- Dated this ay o ovem-
Also Attempted at: 1217 Harri- KNOWN SPOUSE 6F JEAN ber,2007.
son Ave, Gulf Breeze FL ELIZABETH WOOD; JOHN
32563 and 6571 Antietam Dr DOE JANE DOE AS UN- MARYMOHNSON
Pensacola, Fl 23503 KNOWN TENANT 1S IN POS- Clerk Of he C.ircuit Court
Current Residence Unknown SESSION OF THE 'SUBJECT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
PROPERTY, By: Brandy Norris
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Defendants. Deputy Clerk
ERNEST D. STOMP
Last Known Address- 201 Pen- RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO- 120807
sacola Beach Rd, Gulf Breeze, SURE SALE215
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Legal 12/1b 33,VIPU- GES, L,-, UI 0-3LLOFCA I K M O CR DMANDSINO TICE Or f AU
Legal 12/1331 vs. GARY L. RITZ ET AL. THE PUBLId RECORDS OF AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MARK WOLVERTON, et al, DEFENDANTSS. ' SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- You are hereby notified that an To: CLAUDIA ENFINGER
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Defendant(s). IDA. Order of Summary Adminislra-
CUrT IN AND FOR SANTA NOTICE OF ACTION tion has been entered in the es- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE Any person claiming an interest tale of ALICE FAYE MITCHELL, Verified Petition for Dissolution
CIVIL ACTION SALE in the surplus from the sale, if deceased File Number of Marriage has been filed
CASE NO. 07-840 CA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- TO: GARY L RITZ any other than the property 57-2007:tP-369 by the Circuit against you, and youa ore re-
DIVISION B suant to a Final Judgment of whose residence is unknown if owner as of the date of the ]is Court for Santa Rosa County, quired to serve a copy of your
Mortgage Foreclosure doted he/she/they be living; and if pendens must file a claim within Florida, Probate Division the written defenses, if any, upon
WASHINGTON MUTUAL November 30, 2007 and en he/she/they be deac, the un- 60 days after the sale. address of which is 686� SW Randall A. Werre, Petitioner's
BANK F/K/A WASHING- tered in Case No. known defendants who may be Caroline Street, Milton, Florida Attorney, whose address is
TON MUTUAL BANK, FA, 2007-655-CA of the Circuit spouses, heirs, devisees, grant- MARY M. OHNSON 32570 that the decedent's date 5216-B Willing Street, Milton,
Plaintiff, Court of the FIRST Judicial Cir- ees, assignees, lienors, credi- As Clerk aof the Court of death was October 19, FL 32570, on or before January
cuit in and for SANTA ROSA tors trustees, and all parties CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 2007; that the total value of the 5, 2008, and hie the original
vs. County, Florida wherein DEUT- claiming on interest by, through By: J Walkins estate is $-0-; that the only asset with the Clerk of Court thereaf-
SCHE BANK TRUST COM- under or against the Defend- As Deputy Clerk of the estate was homestead ter; otherwise, ao default will be
PEDRO C. ULIRA, et al, PANY AMERICAS FORMERLY ants who are not known to be real property; and that the entered against you for the re-
Defendant(s). KNOWN AS BANKER'S TRUST dead or alive, and all parties Dated this 30 day of Novem- names and addresses of those lief demanded in the Petition.
COMPANY AS TRUSTEE AND having or claiming to hove any ber, 2007. to whom it has been assigned
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE CUSTODIAN BY: SAXON right, title or interest in the prop- by such order are: DATED on December 5, 2007.
SALE MORTGAGE SERVICES INC. er'y described in the mortgage IMPORTANT Name Address
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- F/K/A MERITECH MORTGAGE being foreclosed herein. I :. ;1I.Tt the Ameri- Brenda Woodham 3801 Cox As Clerk of the Court
suant to a Final Judgment of SERVICES, INC. AS ITS ATTOR- can i.1f-L. .'-- Act per- Road, Dawson, GA 39842 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Mortgage Foreclosure dated NEY IN FACT, is the Plaintiff YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED sons needing a reasonable ac- By Brenda Lambrisky
November 30 2007 and en- and MARK WOLVERTON; that an action to foreclose a commodation to participate in Mary Lynn Mitchell P.O. Box As Deputy Clerk
tered in Case No. 07-840 CA GLADYS WOLVERTON; mortgage on the following prop- this proceeding should, no later 246, Jay, FL 32565
of the Circuit Court of the FIRST PRIMEQUITY, LLC are the De- erty: than seven 7 days nior con- 120807
Judicial Circuit in and for fendants, I will sell to the highest tact the Clerk of the Court's dis- Susan Robertson 5639 Fair- 121507
SANTA ROSA Count, Florida and best bidder for cas, at LOT 2 BLOCK 1 SANTA ability coordinator at viewDrive, Milton, FL32570 122207
wherein WASHINGTON MU- STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA VILLA WOODS, AN UNRE- 850"5230135 6865 CAROL - 122907
TUAL BANK F/K/A WASHING- COUNTY COURTHOUSE at CORDED SUBDIVISION IN LINE ST. BOX H, MILTON FL, INTERESTED PERSONS ARE 12/1344
TON MUTUAL BANK, FA, is the 1 1:00AM, on the 11 day of SECTION 13 TOWNSHIP 1 32570. If hearing impaired, NOTIFIED THAT:
Plaintiff and PEDRO C. LIRA; January, 2008, the following NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST contact ITDD) 8009D58771 via
SONIA LIRA; ANY AND ALL described property as set forth SANTA ROS COUNTY, Florida Relay System. All creditors of the estate of the Leal. -12/1348
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM- in said Final Judgment: FLORIDA, MORE PARTIC- decedent and persons havin Lga eg/o
ING BY THROUGH UNDER ULARLY DESCRIBED AS Ben-Ezra & Katz, P.A. claims or demands against the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND AbAINST THE HEREIN A PORTION OF A PARCEL FOLLOWS: COMMENCING Attorneys for Plaintiff estate of the decedent other AND FOR SANTA ROSA
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- OF LAND AS DESCRIBED IN AT THE INTERSECTION OF 2901 Stirling Road Suite 300 than those for whom provision COUNTY FLORIDA
ANTS) WHO ARE NOT OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY Fort Lauderdale Florida 33312 for full payment was made in CASE : 07-263-CA
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR 445, AT PAGE 680 OF THE LINE OF BELL LANE AND Telephone: (3051 )770-4100 the Order of Summary Adminis- ""
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- PUBLIC RECORDS OF THE SOUTH LINE OF SEC- Fax: (305) 653-2329 ration must file their claims with COUNTRYWIDE HOME
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM SANTA ROSA COUNTY TION 13 TOWNSHIP I this court WITHIN THREE C31 TR Y ... . HOM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES FLORIDA BEING MORE NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST, 120807 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OR LOANS, INC.
HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED THENCE SOUTH 89� 59' 121507 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ,...,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS AS FOLLOWS: AND 1278.75 FEET, 12/1337 THIS NOTICE. - Paintif,
WASHINGTON MUTUAL THENCE NORTH 00' 16' ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS vs.
BANK, FA- TENANT #1 BEGIN AT AN EXISTING WEST 1313.62 FEET Legal 12/1338 NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- L. FRrlS; THEODORE
N/K/A ELIZABETH SCHERER, ONE-HALF INCH DIAMETER THENCE SOUTH 89 59'1EVER BARRED. " .PETIS; O"E
and TENANT #2 N/K/A METAL PIPE AT AN INTER- EAST 412.68 FEET TO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTWITHSTANDING THE GPEIS- UNKNOWN TEN-
ADAM SCHERER are the De- SECTION WITH THE POINT OF BEGINNING THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- TIME o PERIOD SET FORTH ANT I; UNKNOWN TENANT
fendants, I will sell to the highest SOUTHERLY LOT LINE OF THENCE CONTINUE WEST CUlt, IN AND FOR SANTA ABOVE ANY CLAIM FL ED II, and any unknown heirs devi-
and best bidder for cas at LOT 28 BEING A LOT IN 89' 59' EAST 101.50 FEE, ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA TWO-N, YEARS OR MORE AF-O u sees grantees credior and
STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA AN UNRECORDED SUBDI- THENCE SOUTH 00 16 JUVENILE DIVISION TER T DECEDENT'S DATE ther unknown persons or n-
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at VISION KNOWN AS MIN- EAST 138.00 FEET THENCE CASE NUMBER 03-DP-172 OFDEATH IS BARRED. . known spouses claiming by,
11:00AM, on the 11 day of NATURE ESTATES, MILTON NORTH D89A 54' WEST THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-t b .r.u . defer any of the
J, january, 2008 the following DEVELOPMENT ND THE 101.50 FEEt THENCE IN THE INTEREST OF: TION OF THIS NOTICE IS De. l Deenans,
describeC property as set fortMh APPARENT . WESTERLY NORTH 00' 16' WEST cemben8, 2007 Defendants
iRO said FinalJudgment: ARIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF 138.00 FEET TO POINT OF P.H. 08/24/2007 Atreybfr Pro G Deeda Tt
MALONE ROAD BEGINNING. D Attorney for Person Giving No-O E F
LOT 4 BLOCK 4 NORTH (APPARENT 50 FEET M CR/WFM CHILDtLO E
SHORES FIRST AbDITION, SAID PIPE LYING NORTH has been Filed against you and /s/Jennifer ByromL
A SUBDIVISION ACCORD- 26 DEGREES 19 MINUTES you ore required to serve a TO: Claudia Enfinger, JrennierByrm NTICE is hereb given that
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF 34 SECONDS EAST A DIS- copy of your written defenses, if Mother Florida Bar N.: .438960
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK TANCE OF 2,402.19 FEET any to t on DAVID J. STERN, Jennifer Byr m & Associates the undersigned lerk of the
5ays a e Cru Court of SantaN Rosa
C PAGE 67 OF THE PUB- AND SOUTH 90 DEGREE ES. Plaintiff's attorney, whose YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- 5177 Elmira oteet County, Florida, will onthe 15
LC RECOR6D OF SANTA 00 MINUTES 00 SECONDS address is 01 iversi FlED that a Petition underMilton FL 32572 D n th
ROSA, FLORIDA EAST A DISTANCE OF Drive #500, PlantationI oath has been filed in the Telephone: (850)A623-4347I d1a:y0F0 o'lokr at d865
S" 1100.51 FEET OF THE 33324 on o before January 7 above styled Court for the a
A/K/A 1812 MUSTANG SUTHWEST CORNER OF 200 (no later t ha 30 days terinio of parental Person Giving Notice Caroline Street Santa Rosa
STREET, NAVARRE, FL SECTION 18,(A COMMON from the date of the first publica- rigTs of P.H. a f.male /s/Man Ln ichell: Countya Courtho sle ain Millona
vha:s/ a $-nnhat ceh s d 'V Forihda offer for sa rle a d sel at
32566 CORNER) ROWNSHIP 2 tion of this notice of action) and chl Dborn on thedm aryLynn hle dublicur to iahe stand
NORTH, RANGE 27 WEST file the original with the clerk of of Auust 2007 in Santo 246 che
Any person claiming an SANTA ROSA COUNTY this court either before service Rosa county, Florida, b Jay rL o32565o es bidder for crsh, the
interest in the surplus FLORIDA- THENCE NORTh on Plaintiff's attorney or imme- the Dep rtmet of Chi foll -descbed property sit-
from the sale, if any, 26 DEGkEES 19 MINUTES diatel thereafter otherwise a dren an Family Services, 120807 uate in Santa Rosa County, Flor-
other than the pro erny -34 SECONDS EAST ALONG default will be entered against for subsequent adoption, 121507
owner as of theade of SAID APPARENT WEST- you for the relief demanded in and you are hereby com- 12/1341 Lot 7 Block I * of
the Lis Pendens must file a ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE the complaint or petition filed manned to be and appear L 2OAKCRfST SUBDIVISION
claim within sixty (60) A DISTANCE OF 314.65 herein. before tohe Honora le LoF A r aPO I Oer
days after the sale. FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH Marci L. Goodman, Judge OF A PORTION OF SEC-
63 DEGREES 37 MINUTES WITNESS my hand and the seal of the Circuit Court in and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TION 4, Township 1
WITNESS MY HAND and the 31 SECONDS WEST A DIS- of this Count at SANTA ROSA for Sa una Rosa County, OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL Noh, Rang 28 Westc-
seal of this Court on November TANCE OF 40000 FEET County Florida this 3 day Florida, at the Santa Rosa CIRCUIT, IN AND FORL3 cor dd ie aPl
30, 2007 THENCE RUN SOUTH 2d December, 200. County CourthouTHI e d8y AnROSACOUNTY o 9 .
IDEGREES D200 MINUTES 311 Caroline Street, Milton, cFL ORIDA with the rk of the Cir
Mary M.Johnson SECONDS WEST A DIS- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT . COURT 32570, on the 14th day ofw kth C t CR
ClNerkofthe Circuit Cout TANCE OF 314.76 FEET TO CIRCUIT COURT SEAL February, 2008, at9.00 Case N.: 92-993-CA- cut Court, in and for
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID BY: J. Watkins a.m. You must eitherap- tDivision: B Santo Rosa Cou nty, Flor

MINUTES 30 SECONDS LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J written response to the Petitioner/Frmer Wife pursuant to the final Judgment
120807 EAST ALONG SAID SECOUTH STERN C CourtPprioruto thatrtime. c entered in a case pendingin
121507 LINE OF LOT 28 A DIS- ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF a idc a Count te stle
12 /1331 STANCE OF 400.09 FEET TO 801 . UNIVERSITY DRIVE YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR an indicated above.
THE POINT OF BEGINN- SUITE 500 OR RESPOND SHALL BE WILLIAM W. ALLRED Any erson or entity claiming
ING.'SAID PARCEL BEING PLANTATION, FNL 33324 TREATEDT AS A CONSENT- Respondent/Former' Hue interest in the surplus, if any,
MINIATURE ESTATES. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU band. resut from the foreclosure
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- SHALL PERMANENTLY sale, aher than the a property
A/K/A 7998 MALONE TIES ACT, persons with LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS ArMENDED NOTICE OF owner as of the date dfv the is
INGTOHELATHRO SEOdes ut fe a 94 c o Court a ner o a
Legal 12/1332 ROAD, MILTON, FL 32570 disabilities needing a special AS A PARENT TO THE ACTION FOR PUBLICA- Pendens, must ith e C lraim on
accommodation should contact CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- TION Samewi & the Clerk of Count
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Any person claiming an COURT ADMINISTRATION at TION FOR TERMINATION withi n 60 days after the forelo-
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- interest in the surplus the SANTA ROSA County OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. TO: Sandra K. Sanders sure sale.
CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA inthe sale, if an, Courthouse atWINSmyana noia
ROSA FLO RIDA Eorter t an the prO ert 1800- 955-8771 (TD o WITNESS my hand as the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that NESS m o hand' o and official
Sor EIRE YOU ARE NOTIFIED that anseal of said ourt this 5 day of
CIVIL ACTION owner as o the date of 1- 800- 955-8770, Fvia orida Clerk of said ourt an an action for Modification of December, 2007.
CASE NO. 2007-655-CA the Us Pendens must file a Relay Service the Seal the ireaf this 16 aciN r th b n
DIVISION B claim .within sixty (60) day of November, 2007. Child Support, has been fled
DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST days after the sole. THIS NOTICE SHALL BE PUB- against you. You are inn. If you am a person with a dia-
LISHED ONCE A WEEK FOR CLERK OF COURT quired to serve a copy of ability who needs accommoda-
COMPANY AMERICAS WITNESS MY HAND and the TWO (2) CONSECUTIVE SANTA ROSA COUNTY, our written defenses, if an, in order to participate in
BANKER'S TRUST COM 302007CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Kickliqhter Waddell, Re ed at no cos toyou for the
PANY AS TRUSTEE AND ' 120807 By UsaTaylor spondent/Former Husband's provision of the certain assis-
CUSTODIAN BY SAXON My M. Johnson 121507 deputy Clerk attorney, whoseaddress ministration easenta6865 Caourt ineAd-
MORTGAGE SERVICES Clr o heNS CErcT C n 1215 3a il ted against fo r sdbseuenadp a6850R ain
onR. aS of theH CIR A NT S Circuit Court 12/1334 1a 01ndu08-A North 12th Avenue, Street Milton Florida 32570'
INC. F/K/A MERITECm CIRCUIT COURT SEAL, E 120807 Pensacola, FL 32501, on or TelepAoneS850) 623-363
MORTGAGE SERVICES By: Brandy Norris Legal 12/1335 121507 eaola, F 3250 O or tmp ORTn 15 SC- yor
INC. AS ITS ATTORNEY IN Deputy Clerk 122207 before Ja uary 7, 20 8, and within 2 wr o in dUays of your
FACT, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN 122907 irt the original with tid clerk receipT of this N C, cment. If you
120807 AND FOR SANTA ROSA 12/1338 of this court at Santa Rosa are hearing orvoice impaired,
121507 COUNTY, FLORIDA Legal 12/1340 Count Courthouse, 6865 call 1-800-955-8771 ..
12/1332 CIVIL DIVISION Caroline Street, Milton Flan-
CASE NO.: 2007 CA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF idoa 32570" either before Ma M.Johnson O
001088 U R AE U L S UYo t U RT OF C daOF THE IIRCUIT COURTS
NORTHyFRONT. 0DESREEC OFN 01 THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT s service on A 'etitioner s a r- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
P ERSIMMON IN AND FOR SANTA ROA ney or immediately theref- By Brandy Norris
SLeaM N12/1333: Ne eCOUNTY, FLORIDA bte otherwise a default will De puty Clerk
Lega 2/333INCForda corporation, CIVIL DIVISION be entered against you for
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF a F OSO CASE NO.: 07-826 CA the relief demanded in the ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA ' CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC peonBUTLER& HOSCHt P.A.E
TH NT T NAOM 1ST J O U DI CIL CIRCUIT PRT laintiffFBUTLER & s oC Pa
COUNTY, FLORIDA vs. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO WARNING; Rule 12.285 3185 S. Conway Road
GENERAL JURISDICTION CHASE MANHATTAN MORT- Florida Family Law Rules o Suite 8
DIVISION ANDREW G. MASSEY and GAGE CORPORATION F/K/A Procedure, requires ceItin Orlando FL 32812
CASE NO: 07-825 CA EVELYN A. GILLIS, CHEMICAL RESIDENTIALhe is deqi ed s er in (40 AT O Pl NT
MORTGAGE CORPORATION, automatic disclosure aldocu- 7 381-520



IB ESCOUNTY F9DAA CRIoTlEo TO H 3Ird NOTICE OFRl D eN- INTHEE CIRCUIT COURT IN
ARD.BENSONAN AN A U A a NOTICE OF ACTION member, 2007. AND FOR SANTA ROSA
KNOWN P RS TT ANY AND ALL UN-And apa ties claiain i le nter- COUNTY, FLORIDA

BYAVIES TH H UDER AVND . GiS AY A/K/AA RAT 3KIMBERL COURT CASE NO.: 06 CA 853
- NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- AND ALL PARTIES HAVING STARNES 7K^ CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ANT(S WHO ARE NOT O n LAII O HAVE Last rnon Adress:5 o By: Suzane Brooks TERRY B. WALLENashe Trus-
SKNOW N TO BE DEAD OR ANY RIGHT TITLEOR IN- WindrunPtlce, Pace, FOLE32571 Deputy Clerk tee Af the TRUST C OF THOMAS
ALNTSO WHONYE ARE UNOTGOR CLA IMINGT O HlA VEn Lst Ko CTERY BWALENasteu-
ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN- TEREST IN THE PROPERTY Also Attempted at:. 5664b G EOE MARE TEn aT nC
fl AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES 32571 121507 Plaintiff/Counter Defendants,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES YU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- Current Residence Unknown 12/1342 v.
. ORD 'OTHER CLAIMANTS- ..... ne . . a partition for MARC M. STARNES A/K/A
LLY THE E SEA IMPROVE oan thpea llowin MARC MAOTTHEW STARNES Legal 12/1343 CAROLYN JONES, LUTHER
SEMENTASSOCIATION.INC ra p nro e oon Last Known Addcress: 5702 JONES and THn UNITED
MEORT GAGE ELEOCIAT RONI ro y in Santa Rosa County, Windrun Place Pace, F 32571 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SATESOFAMERICA
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS lr- Also Attempted at: 5664 FOR SANTA ROSA
INC.; JOHN DOE AND JAN Lot 3, Block A MONARCH AC -Windrun Place Milton, FL COUNTY FLORIDA PRO- Defendants/Counter Plaintiffs
IDOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- RES, a subdivision according to 32571 BATE DIVeISION 7TCE
ANTS N POSSESSION at thereof recorded in at Current Residence Unknown File No. 57-2007-CP-372 NOTICE OF SALE
DEFENDANT S), gR MARCSM E TArNN S U Division Fe
Ded EN(,) F d, Page 96, of the Pubic UNMKO WN WS POU NS E OFDiisioNOTICE IS HEREBY piven that,
Records ofSanta Rosa County, A/K/A MARC M. STARNES IN RE: ESTATE OF pursuant to the Finald n
- NTICE OF FORECLOSURE Florida. , LastKnown Address: 5702 at Foreclosure Jn D
"W "CE IS HEREBY GIVEN pu'- has been filed against you and Wndrun Place, Pace, FL 32571 Marshall Rando Cartand member 5 2007 on behalf of
suant to a Summary Final Judg- you are required to serve Also Atempted at: 5664 a.k.a. Marshall R. the Plaintiffs, TERRY B. iWA
ment of Foreclosure dated No- :: fyour written defenses, if Windrun Place, Milton, FL CartlandTRU LEN as theOF THOMArustee of the
member 30, 2007 entered in . 'Daniel Saba, the 32571 F O
SCI Case No. 07825 CA of n attorney whose ad- Current Residence Unknown Deceased. - MASTEL and NAVARRE AREA
the Circu t Court of the 1STJudie- . 4557 Chomuckla High- Mercu C inoth is cause, in R
ca C rcuit n and for SANTA way ace Florida 32571 on YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- NOTICE TO CREDITORSda 32570 the Circuit Court
ROSA County, MILTON, Flior-n a efore January 11 2608, tion fa Foreclosure of Mrt- County Florida I will sell the
idao I will sell to the highest and and file the oain1al with the gage on the following de- The administration of the estate property situated in Okaloosa
best bidder for cash at THE uerk of this cou either before scred property: of Marshal Randol Cartland ounty, Florida, described as
NORTH FRONT STEPS OF THE service on the plaintiffs' attor- aEka. Marshal R. Cartlaned de- follows:
yCOURTHOUSEoat the SANTA ney or immediately th ereafter; LOT 8 EBLOCK B, cs e d, whose date-of �eath-
ROSA Coun Courthouse Io otherwise a default wil be en- WINDRU SUBDIVISION was September 1 2007, is Lot 25, Block 1, according
caYed at 6865 CAROLINE aered eu for ute relief A PORTION OF SECTION pending in the Circuit Court for toflat tf Orion Lake in
STREET in MILTON, Florida at demanded in the complaint or 32, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH Santa Rosa County Florida Plo E, PE A 8, as
11:00 a.m. on the 11 day of petition. B RANGE 29 WEST SANTA Probate Division, the address No recordeiinF the public Rec-
a the li T O r ROSA COUNTY LORIDA, which is 6865 neStr words a the office of the
Jaured 00 e - the 29 day of Novmet o 0r ,0 ACCORDING TO PLAT RE- Milton, Florida 32570-0472 Ilerk of the Circuit Court
sri property as set forth in 2007. CoSorE IN Pla BO Thnas a nd adDE sILs of the Santa Rosa County
nsaid Sum .m y Final Judgment, CORDED IN PLAT BOOK Th R ... ndaddrs s es. h f r n Ra ctou
saeid Ar eMARY M. JOHNSON "D" AT PAGE 20 IN THE personal representative and the cs o thee
&WDrinkto-wiI E O- FOiRCo OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF personal representative's atta r- at ublic sale to the highest
LOT 17 ,B K 141 r o Circuit a County CIRCUIT COURT OF SAID nhe are set forth below an'best bidder, for cash, a the
SHOLLEY BY THE SEA, A.CIRCUIT COURT SEAL COUNTY. A creditors ofn decedent Santa Rosa County Courthouse,
SUBDIVISION ORa A P OR BY Brand Morris a nd other persons having claims ocaed at 685 Caroline
TION OF SECTIONS 3, 4, - paY r RS TOGETHER WITH A 1990 or demands against dcedent's Seet, Milton, Florida, 32570,
11In 12 13, 22 AND 24, Deputy Cler DOUBLE WIDE SKYLMO- estate on whom a copy of this 1850) 983-4625 to be held at
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 070903CA01
INDYMAC BANK, F.S.B.,


MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2006-OPT3, is the Plaintiff and
CHERISE L ANDERSON; IF LIV-
ING AND IF DEAD, THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS DE-
VISEES GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES. LIENORS CREDITORS
TRUSTEES AN6 ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY, THROUGH UNDER
OR AGAINST CHERISE L AN-
DERS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF CHERISE L ANDERSON;
STEPHEN L ANDERSON; UN-
KNOWN TENANT are the De-
fendants. I will sell to the hi hest
and best bidde r f cas al
Santa Rosa County Courthouse,
801 Caroline St., Milton, Fl. al
11 on January 2008, the fol-
lowing described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment,
to wit:
LOT 14, BLOCK A, REVISED
PLAT OF HIGHLANDS, AC-


Mary M. Johnson
As Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By J. Watkirs
As Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 57-2007-CP-369
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALICE FAYE MITCHELL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)


Personal Representative:
/s/ Constance Jean Heintz
Constance Jean Heintz
7353 Munson Hiqhway
Milton, Florida 37570
120807
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE Nd. 07-874 CA
AURORA LOAN SERVICES LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.


Legal 12/1344 LOUIS D. FRAUSTO, et ux., et
al
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Defendant(s).
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA NOTICE OF ACTION
CASE Nd.: 07-2103 TO:
IN RE: The Marriage of: UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES
GRANTEES, and CREDITORS ot
PAUL ENFINGER LOUIS D. FRAUSTO, deceased
Petitioner/Husband, 'f alive , and/or dead his ( heir)


And
CLAUDIA ENFINGER,


tees or grandees and all persons
orparties claiming by through,
under or against him (Lthem).


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SEE ATTACHED LEGAL DE-
SCRIPTION.
EXHIBIT "A"
ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND
SITUATE IN SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA, VIZ:
LOT NO. 36, COMMENC-
ING AT THE S.W. CORNER
OF SECTION 18, T2N TAL-
LAHASSEE MERIDIAN;
THENCE IN A NORTHERLY
DIRECTION ALONG
R27W/R28W, 854.23
FEET; THENCE N 26'21'30"
E, 2b93.43 FEET; THENCE S
63�38'30" E, 50 FEET TO
THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF STATE HIGHWAY
191 TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE CON-
TINUING S 63*38'30" E,
660 FEET; THENCE N
26'21'30' E, 330 FEET;
THENCE N 63�38'30" W,
660 FEET MORE OR LESS
TO THE EAST RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF STATE HIGH-
WAY 191- THENCE ON A
SOUTHWESTERLY DIREC-
TION ALONG SAID RIGHT
OF WAY LINE 330 FEET
MORE OR LESS TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING,
ALL LYING AND BEING IN
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.


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SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM. All other
creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, con-
tingent, or unliquidated claims,
must fie their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. NOTWITHSTAND-
ING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED. The date of first
publication of this notice is De-
cember 15, 2007. Attorney for
Personal Representative:. /S/ R.
Lane Lynchard, R. LANE
LYNCHARD, " FL BAR
#0124087, Lynchard Law Firm,
P.A., 190f Andorra St., Na-
varre, Florida 32566 Tele-
phone: (850) 936-9385 PER-
SONAL REPRESENTATIVE: /S/
Jeff Spradlin, JEFF SPRADLIN,
7478 Rose St., Navarre, Flor-
ida 32566.
121507
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Karaoke software.
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Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted


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Free to a good home.
Adorable kittens, possibly
15 weeks old. Brother
and sister, one all black
the other all white. Must
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Tues.-Sat. 9am-4pm


has been filed against you and 1110
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if Publisher's
any, to it on SPEAR AND HOFF- Notice -IINIa -
MAN P.A., Attorneys, whose Freedom Cam
address is 9700 South D Freedom Communica- | 2130
Highway, Suite 610 Miami tions, Inc. (dba Santa
Florida 33156 ' (3051 Rosa's Press Gazette and
670-2299, within 30 days the Santa Rosa Free
after the firstputhe Santa Rosablicatio Free
of the notice, and to file the Press) reserves the right �
original with the Clerk of this to censor, reclassify, re- F R LEAS
Court either before service on vise edit or rejet ny re ''FLA" " rS
SPEAR AND HOFFMAN, P.A., ' , or reec - 12,500 s ft horse
attorneys or immediately there- advertisement not meet boarn acilit well
after; otherwise a defaulfwill be ing its standards of ac- water, igtedareana
entered against you for the re- ceptance. Submission of '1 0strged areana.
lief demanded in the Complaint et. n" d as not , teed rooms,
or Petition.constitute an a reementack rooms, wash racks,
WITNESS my hand and seal ofo publish sa aver- gehaystorae. Gr eat
Publi cadver- location. 850-675-1646
this Court on this 6 day of De- tisement. Publication of t 164
cember, 2007. an advertisement does
MARY M JOHNSON not constitute an agree-
As Clerk oa the Court ment for continued publi-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris cation.
As Deputy Clerk
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Legal 12/1352 Do Something
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "-0-,1T | !
FOR SANTA ROSA j t UJ1[ * t ' I J 1A
COUNTY, FLORIDA. L i J I
CIVIL DIVISION I-. ' .. G.od...L _J_. U r
CASE NO.
572007CA000963XXXXXX $500-1000 '
LASALLE BANK N.A. AS TRUS- Reward! omloo
TEE FOR THE MLMI TRUST T m ro
SERIES 2006-HE2, $500-1000 paid for Flor-
Plaintiff, ida County auto tags
v. ~dated 1911-1917. Also
want FL plates before
PAMELA A. BROOKS, et a., 1948, especially Santa
Defendants. Rosa Co ags with #33
NOTICE OF ACTION prefix.. For museum col-
lTO: PAMELA A. BROOKS section. Jeff Francis RECYCLE!
TO:. AMELA A. BROOKS 727-345-6627 a email RECYCLE!
Last Known Address 727-345-6627 or email
7482 HARVEST VILLAGE gobucsl 3@aol.com OR
COURT www.floridalicenseplates
NAVARRE, FL 32566
Current Residence is Unknown . .com
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- . -- . .. . . ..
tion to foreclose a mortgage on iir.
the following described rop J j
erty in Santa Rosa County, or- ,
ida Flor
LOT 11, BLOCK B AUTUMN Milton
TRACE AT HARVEST VILLAGE Moving Sale
THE PLA THEREOF AS RE- Starts Dec. 10th - till all
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK F is sold. Moving Over-
PAGE 7, OF THE PUBLIC REC
ORDS OF SANTA ROSA seas. All must go. Selling
COUNTY, FLORIDA- House and contents of
S house, shop and much
has been filed against you an more.Shown by Appoint-
you are required to serve amre. Shown by bppoint g
copy of your written defenses, if ment only. Telephone:
any to it on SMITH, HIATT & 850-623-5416
DIAZ, PA. Plaintiff's attorneys,
whose address is PO Box
11438 Fort Lauderdale, FL
33339-1438, within 30 days
from first date at publication. E T T E G L
and file the original with the
Clerk of this Cour either before
service on Plaintiff's attorneys or
immediately thereter other- D R A W R I
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or pe-
tition. G E N E R A T
DATED on December 7, 2007.
MARY M, JOHNSON
As Clerk aof the Court K A H
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL E E K A C H
By: Brandy Norris
As Deputy Clerk
If ou are a person with a disoa- K N E E
billy who needs any accom-
modation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are ent A
tied, a no cost to you, to the N K
provision of certain assistance.
Pleoase contact the Clerk of the
Court's at 850-623-0135
6865 Caroline Street, Milton FL
32570. If.. you are hearing or R A V E S L
voice impaired, call
1-800-955-877I.-
121o07 A N EW F U
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Legal 12/1353 N O F I N ,t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA T T I
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO 0 N
BATE DIVISION FILE NO. G
57-2007-CP-359 IN RE: ES-
TATE OF LORI LEE BEATTY De-
ceased. NOTICE TO CEDI A D E
TORS The administration oa the
estate of Laori Lee Beatty, de-
ceased whose date of death
was bctober 13, 2007, is
pendiing inthe Circuit Court for N C I T E
Santa Rosa County FloridaoC
Probate Division, the address of
which is 6865 Caroline Street
Milton, FL32570. The name M E A N R E (
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forthbelow. Allcreditors of the A T
decedent and other persons A N T E S LA
having claims or demands
a ainst decedent's estate in-
uding unmatured, contingent,
or unliquidated claims, onS
whom a copy of this notice is


Wanna Go Home For
Christmas
Selling 42 inch Phillips
Ambi eight HDTV
w/Kenmore Theatre
Speaker System for
$1200. Call: Lynn
850-499-6268
email:
lynnpriesing@gmail.com





Sofa bed $100
Rotisserie $150, George
Forman Grill w/stand
$100, Dining table w/4
chairs $80, Swivel chair
50, Large Microwave
50, Jewlery stand $50,
Vacuum cleaner $20,
Mitisubishi TV $80, com-
puter desk $50.
626-4973







Crestview
Sat & Sun
12/15 & 16, 7-3
Furniture, . antiques,
Christmas dishes & de-
cor, storage, lawn care,
women clothing, shoes
size 8. Too much to list
For info call
850-689-0767 Claire's
Vineyard off Airport Rd.

Milton
Moving Sale
All goes. 8795 Hwy 87
SouTh. Complete bed-
room set $700, pool
talbe $200, Up-right
freeze $100
850-564-4557

Pace
Sat. Dec. 15th,
7am-1 pm, Furniture, lots
of toys. 9125 Byrom
Campbell Rd. Go north
on Chumuckla Hwy turn
left at Farmers Oprey
sign.



1 3280 |
Kioti tractor 25 hp,
2WD very, very good
shape wel, maintained
1 80 hr with finishing
mower. $6800.00.
850-207-1426


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7.5 ft. Green, prewired
with over 1500 multicol-
ored lights. $95.00
994-9030
13 Cu. ft. uprite
freezer, excellent condi-
tion $70.00. Formica Ta-
ble 3x4 $50.00, 3
kitchen bar stools, chair
swivel, oak $50.00
623-1152
5-Dining room chairs,
like new. '$75 for all 5.
Jogging buggy like new.
"2 seater,3-wleeler.
$75.00 623-2580
Looking for
A good clean, ready to
go, set of carburetors for
a 2000 (or comparable
year) Yamaha GP800
Waverunner. Please call
864-5745, leave a mes-
sage if no answer.
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.


3340 j
Golf Liquidation Sale
Hurry for best buysl
Weekends only. 1-10
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4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
4120 - Sales
4130 - Employment
Information



Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
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$900/wk. Home week-
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pany endorsed CDL
rainina.
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Healthcare/Therapy
Physical
Therapist, FT/
Physical Therapy Asst.
Fax resume to 850-
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Box 2010 Crestview Fl
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Now Hiring
Experienced concrete fin-
ishers and laborers. Must
have own transportation.
995-7175


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ACROSS
1. Skid row resident
5. Pitcher's faux pas
9. Hush Puppy's pal
14. "The Art of Love"
poet
15. Response from the
pews
16. First name in.
keynote speakers
17. Rabbit-producing tool
18. Not deranged
19. Acclimate
20. Cold symptom
22. Impact result
24. She played Maude
25. "__ Old Saturday
Night"
27. Modern
29. Compurgator
32. Look out!


36.
37.
39.
40.
42.
44.
45.
47.


Hansom
Follow
Keepsake
Steam sound
Indifferent -
Express sorrow
Odd's opposites
Exodus
commemoration
AFL's partner
Crofter
Consecrated
Fancy frock
Clinton's attorney
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57. "Peacock" network
60. Santa's landing place
62. Run away from debts
66. Evade
68. Oz visitor
70. Needle case
71. Calvary tool
72. __ duster
73. Took a bus
74. Softens
75. Skirt edges
76. Broke a traffic rule

DOWN
1. Impresses
2. Author Turgenev
3. Number of
Beethoven
symphonies
4. Strangest
5.. Storage place
6. Med. gp.
7. Grant use of
8. Genuflect
9. Dabble in
10. "It . to Be You"
11. Spirited horse
12. Fully grown
13. Modicum
21. Novelist Grey
23. Arrest
26. Road curves
28. Sheep mamas
29. Reliquish
30. Peer Gynt
dramatist


31. Tenement VIP
33. Mia Farrow film
34. Inflexible
35. Sound reverberation
36. Country-singer Atkin,
38. Down source
41. Fly in the ointment
43. Works in the
darkroom
46. Noisy dozers
48. Lacoste of tennis
51. -bit (inferior)
53. Wanderers
55. Slit
57. Eggs' home
58. Uninteresting
59. Home of the Mambo
Kings
61. Golf cry
63. Resting upon
64. Like many Gauguin
models
65. Made knots
67. "The hillside's__-
pearled..."
(Browning)
69. Coach Landry


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Milton
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1 Bedroom unfurnished apart-
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If no answer leave message.


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yard with patio.
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626-2928

Milton
2/BR 1/BA
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Nice quiet area great
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623-6606

Pace/Mulat
Spacious 3 bedroom, 1
bath apartment for rent.
Central Heat and Air.
Lots of yard for kids.
$450.00 month,
$450.00 deposit.
995-4335





3/BR 2/BA, 1552
living area. Available
now. $1050/mth
$1050/deposit.
Non-smoking environ-
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Small house in Bagdad,
utilities furnished. C/ean.
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$150/deposit
623-8415
East Milton
3/BR 2/BA on 1 acre.
$700/mth
500/deposit.
982-2127
East Milton
Best of both worlds-quiet
country 3/BR 2.5/BA
home, minutes to 1-10
w/fireplace, ingound
pool w/pool house, 2
car garage, FL room, and
large porch.
Non-smoking lease ,
references & deposit.
$900/mth 623-9623
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
94-5703
Milton
3/1 newly remodeled
$650/mth 626-4266
Milton
3/BR 1/BA in Skyline
$625/mth
300/deposit.
982-2127
Milton
BD/1BA
400.00mo/
400.00dep Central
H/A W/D hooh-up, new
windows.
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S 6140 I 6140
Milton Pace
6631 Wesdon Court 3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
3/BR 2/BA $795/mth Spacious brick home with
$500/deposit. a large, enclosed pool.
981-1631 3.5 acres. 5br/4.5
1 ___ baths; 3,614 SF. $1,950
Milton/Pace4 per month. Call
478-4607 Eric Gleaton
3/BR 2/BA, double-car Realty, Inc.
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3br, 2ba 2cg, 1800sf
Great location, areat
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rent or buy for $220,000 6150
Call Greg 251-583-
2623 / 850-685-2308 Milton
2623 / 8-685-2 Looin for person who
Navarre nice brick, would Iile to share large,
3br, 2ba, apples , FP, until. 2 story home, with retired
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6573 Sinclair St. Total if desired. 2 acres, very
Electric, CHA no pets. private.
$800/mth $500/dep. Pace
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994-7918 3BR/1 '/2BA to share a
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North Milton leges utilities included.
3BR/2BA 6560 Imerial $395/month with
Dr. $900/mth $100/deposit.
$500/deposit. MYRICK Small dog ok. Call
Properties 512-5445 995-1125 or 463-4103


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




Milton
1100+ SQ FT. of quiet
country living. Lg. 2/BR
2/BA, porch, carport,
CHA, Appl. on 1 acre. 4
miles from Milton.
$62,000. Call:
910-0975
Milton
3/2 Brick home. Newly
remodeled, 1500+ SF.
Nice area. $114,900.
Call Dave at
1-866-660-3131

Navarre.
Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
the heart of Navarre.-
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches.- This
home offers 1582 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2 car garage.- You
will find a very open
split floor plan with a
magnificent kitchen fea-
turing beautiful appli-
ances (including refrig-
erator) and tons of
counter and cabinet
space including a cen-
ter island.- There is
also a very large back-
yard that is fully
fenced.- You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home."
Offered a only
$194900. MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.-
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker United
850-723-1907.

Pea Ridge
2 large BR, 2 walking
closets, 2 full baths. Gar-
age, Large lot. 4935 An-
drea Lane. 450-0645




Allentown Area
North of Milton
2 lovely lots with 3+ ac-
res each. Located less
than 7 miles from the
proposed new Wal-Mart
on 87 N. Lot #1
$75,000, Lot #2
$70,000 will trade for
land. ERA Bill Wallace
Realty 623-5330 or
572-6500
Lots for Sale
2-1 acre secluded lots
on Trice Rd., Pea Ridge.
Well wooded, great
schools $25 000 each.
ERA Bill Wallace Realty
623-5330 or 572-6500
North Allentown
10 Acres, absolutely
lush pasture/hayfield. -
Paved Rd trees &
fenced. $149,000
626-9639


I 7160"
East Milton
Like Country living?
3/BR 2/BA mobile home
5 minutes to 1-10 on quiet
country acre. Fenced
yard $69,000
623-9623




Mary Esther Two 1
acre panoramic deep
water estate lots. fabu-
lous docks on intercoastal
waterway. $925K and
$865K. Call
850-598-6614


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Destiny by the
ea
Gated beachfront com-
munity. Luxurious home,
bargain priced $875K
CalfI850-598-6614


Milton/Munson
Long or short term.
Quiet non-smoking envi- '
ronment. Kitchen laun-
dry, utilities, sate(ite TV,
fax, internet, unlimited
long distance included.
$295/mth. 957-4616



S 6170
Chumuckla
3/1.5 bath, total elec-
tric, recently remodeled.
Covered porch $395
plus deposit. 994-8865
or 994-6212
Chumuckla
3/2 new carpet,
$475/mth + deposit.
994-8865 or 994-6212
Milton
3BD/2BA doublewide
on 1/2 acre corner lot.
Total Electric New
CH/A. No Pets.
$750/mth
$500/deposit.
623-6232.
Milton
(2)- 2/1 Water & Gar-
baqe included. No pets.
375/475mth
$300deposit. 675-6614
Milton
2BD/1BA water and
Garbage furnished.
$550 per month with a
$550 deposit
554-2388 or 983-1725
Milton
DBL.Wide private, near
town, L 2/BR 2/BA
Appl. W/D CHA.
$00/mth 623-8511 Iv.
msg.
Milton
RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
$250/mth water &
garbage included.
623-8753

Pace
3/2 Rent to own. $700
down $700/mth.
Property included. Pace
schools. 850-565-0097


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


l- 811o --0
1986 Dodge Aires
4-cylinder, good shape,
qood transportation.
900.00 623-2580
1992 Nissian, Infinity
Q45, runs great, $3000
1996 Town-n-Country
LXI Runs great $3000.
626-7064
2000 Dodge Intrepid
white/tintecr windows.
92,000 miles. $5500
obo. Excellent condition,
new tires (last year),
beautiful interior. CD
player. 1 owner. Gets
8-30 mpg 675-4019 or
390-5586
2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Very good condition, low
mile, 2 new tires.
$12, 00.00 Call:
380-3009
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048


1 8120
1983 AMC Jeep CJ5
4-wheel drive with new
top and doors. $3800
obo mint condition.
994-1667
1992 Jeep Wrangler 4
cylinder, good condition.
$4000. 512-5445



1 8130
82 Ford P/U. 6-cylinder.
Runs good, mag wheels.
$600 obo.
Call: 623-6339 or
626-7555
1998 Ford F150
XLT V8
Extended cab, Bedliner,
new tires, power win-
dows & doors, cruise, tilt
wheel, AT/AC/CD
79,000 miles. Excellent
condition. Below NADA
retail $8500 obo
626-0963
GMC 2500 HD 2006
6.0L engine, 4 wd, crew
cab, 22K miles, truck
box, running boards, bed
mat, dual Flowmaster ex-
haust exc. cond.
$24,900. Call 850
217-6190
Santa's Sled Tundra
SR5,
Heavy duty great hauling
truck. 7,000 miles. Gun
metal gray, bucket seats.
Many extras, new rails.
Must see to appreciate.
623-8565 or
850-450-3764



8220
Looking for
A good clean, ready to
go, set of carburetors for
a 2000 (or comparable
year) Yamaha GP800
Waverunner. Please call
864-5745, leave a mes-
sage if no answer.
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.


8240
7.5 Mercury outboard,
electric start motor; long
shaft, excellent condition
$550. 512-5445
Garman GPS
Map 162
Chart plotter w/ antenna.
$200. Call 496-5670



36' Monaco
Knight
2001 Diesel, 2 slide
outs, paired w/2004
Jeep Cherokee Limited
Ltd. w/aux. braking for
safest travel. $90K. Must
sell, make offer.
850-939-2218








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