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0 Remains of old Jernigan Sa,. ,.

are uncovered at Locklin Lake Dam


By RYAN ARVAY

The Department of
Environmental Protection is
trying to determine whether
the City of Milton might have
violated a permit after failing
to notify officials of historic
artifacts uncovered during an
active construction project to
replace the Locklin Lake
Dam.
Though efforts to replace
the lake's existing dam began
well over a month ago, it was
only discovered this weekend
that workers had since
unearthed the remnants of the
historic Jernigan Saw Mill,
built on the site in 1830 and
credited with giving Milton
its name-which once
appeared on early maps sim-
ply as "mill-town."
Already designated as a
recognized archeological site
in 1990, water in the lake and
an active dam made it diffi-
cult to assess what, if any-
thing, remained of the mill-
until now.
"What we have out here
are some vestiges of the dam
and mill foundations still in
place [and] others impacted
by the construction," said
John Phillips, a researcher
and professor at the
University of West Florida
who was contacted Saturday.
"The appearance is of a typi-
cal, early American, pre-
Civil War saw mill."


"There are a number of
square timber beams that
used mortise and tendon con-
struction, like Lincoln Logs,
that are visible, also fastened
with tree nails, or wooden
pegs, that are rather mas-
sive," says Phillips.
Concern over the matter
does not stem from the fact
the city was digging in an
archeological site, for which
they had obtained the neces-
sary permit, but rather from
the possibility they ignored
specific conditions outlined
in that permit, which state in
the event historic artifacts are
ever encountered the,permit-
tee must cease all activity
around such discoveries and
contact the appropriate agen-
cies.
Jane Hayes, with Hayes
Construction, the company
contracted to replace the
dam, declined to comment on
specifics, but did say the city
knew about the timbers prior
to this weekend. "We've
been in constant contact with
the city," Hayes said. "This is
something the city is aware
of."
City Manager Donna
Adams and Public Works
Director Brian Watkins both
stated they were never
approached by Hayes, or any-
one representing the project,
about'the historical findings.
Adams doesn't know who
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Disaster kits ready


for area businesses


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.com
Santa Rosa County wants
businesses to be ready for
emergency disasters.
Starting at -tomorrow's
Commission meeting, Santa
Rosa County will provide
Business Emergency
Recovery Toolkits to every
business in the county at no
cost.
The commissioners will
recognize sponsors at 9 a.m.
tomorrow in the commission
meeting room located at 6495
Caroline St. in Milton.
The toolkit bags are part
of a three-phase program
aimed at enhancing local
businesses to increase their
ability to recover from a dis-
aster. There will be 2,500
emergency toolkits available.
According to a county
press release, the Division of
Emergency Management rec-
ognized that businesses are
critical to the local economy
and recovery after a disaster,
therefore local chambers of
commerce and emergency
management personnel raised
$6,600 through sponsorships
to create and offer the toolkit
bags at no cost to businesses.
Emergency Management
developed a three-phase pro-
gram to enhance the level of
preparedness of businesses
and to support the ability to

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re-open after a disaster as
soon as possible.
As Phase 2 of the coun-
ty's business continuity plan,
the toolkit bags contain
Department of Homeland
Security business continuity
information, checklists to
assist businesses in develop-
ing plans, information on
where to get more assistance
if needed, and volunteer
information.
Phase 1 of the business
continuity plan was complet-
ed in August and included the
creation of an Emergency
Support Function ESF 18:
Business and Infrastructure.
Representatives of the
Navarre, Santa Rosa, and
Gulf Breeze Area chambers
of commerce will man ESF
18 during Emergency
Operations Center activa-
tions.
This new emergency sup-
port function will allow busi-
nesses to access the resources
of the Emergency Operations
Center quickly and will help
Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management
provide the public with infor-
mation on businesses and
goods available as they open.
The final phase is the
introduction of the Critical
Incident Protocol program,
provided by Michigan State
and funded through a
Department of Homeland
Security grant. An all-day
training program will be held
March 19 at NAS Whiting
Field for representatives from
Santa Rosa, Escambia and
Okaloosa counties. Currently,
more than 60 participants are
registered to attend the pro-
gram including government,
business and non-profit
organization staff.
At the conclusion of the
program's third phase, county
emergency management staff
will continue to develop new
ways of incorporating ESF
18 into disaster,exercises and
other training.
Eleven sponsors will be
recognized at the
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More than a dozen protesters stood outside the Santa Rosa County Courthouse on Highway 90 Monday afternoon to protest the
recent efforts by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office to identify undocumented workers. As of last Thursday, 23 known undoc-
umented workers, all of whom are Hispanic, have been arrested and are facing third degree felony charges for using false docu-
ments to gain employment.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin





Legality of raids questioned


N protesters feel Hall has broken laws with task force


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.comn
More than a dozen pro-
testers gathered Monday to
question the motives behind
recent raids by the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office to
locate undocumented workers.
The protesters were
spurred by three checks for
imdocumented workers last
week at Panhandle Growers
north of Milton in Allentown.
La Hacienda Restaurants in
Milton and Pace, as well as
El Rodeo Restaurant in Pace.
Many of the protesters
are concerned. about the fact
the identification checks are
focusing on Hispanic. work-
ers in Santa Rosa County.
"If you look at Sheriff
Hall's website he is clearly
looking for undocumented
workers," said Grace
McCaffery, who publishes
the "La Costa Latina" in
Santa Rosa and Escambia
counties for the past three
years. "I don't recall local
officials enforcing immigra-
tion laws before when there is
a federal office close by.
"I.am sure if they thought
there was an immigration
problem they would have
done something by now."
McCaffery has an idea as


Father Pat O'Brien from St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church (left)
and Grace McCaffery march in front of the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse Monday afternoon to protest recent actions taken
by Sheriff Wendell Hall over undocumented workers.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


to why the recent "raids" that
have netted 23 undocument-
ed workers last week
occurred.
"I think members of the
Hispanic community have
moved to the Milton and Pace
area and that it has made'
them uncomfortable," said
McCaffery. "They are doing
this out of fear and not want-
ing the inconvenience of
learning another culture.


"Sheriff Hall is using
these arrests to clear immi-
grants out of Santa Rosa
County and to make them not
want to come here," she
alleges.
Sheriff Wendell Hall was
out of town Monday attend-
ing a conference in St.
Augustine, but Sgt. Scott
Haines explained the purpose
of the four-county task force
and what they are doing in


Santa Rosa County.
"We are enforcing the
state law when it comes to the
checks," said Haines. "We
have encountered numerous
races of people, but the cen-
tral point is the issue of iden-
tity theft.
"Almost 100 percent of
the people arrested were
using someone else's identity
in obtaining employment."
During the protest, which
lined both sides of Highway
90 in front of the Santa Rosa
County Courthouse, Robert
Calderon proudly held up the
American Flag and com-
mented, "This is my coun-
try."
Calderon, who works as a
translator at area churches
and was an exchange student
to Pensacola, was very point-
ed with his questions about
the problem.
"How many countries do
you know that say one nation
under God," asked Calderon,
whose father helped to estab-
lish Escazu', Costa Rica as a
sister city to Pensacola. "We
send troops to Iraq and
Afghanistan to fight for free-
dom and protect individual
rights, but shouldn't we have
the same thing at home?
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By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.con
The heaviest traffic on
old State Road I these days is
the occasional jogger or bicy-
clist, yet there was a time
when the road, .also known as
the Old Spanish Trail, carried
a steady stream of motorists
across the entire United
States, from St. Augustine,
Florida, to San Diego,
California.


Passing through eight
states and over a hundred dif-
ferent cities, this transconti-
nentuil road was a collabora-
tive effort. Different commu-
nities were responsible for
building their own portion of
the road including Milton and
Santa Rosa County, which
built theirs out of brick.
Santa Rosa's portion of
the road was completed in
1921 and was part of the first


modern highway in the completely, Santa Rosa
Florida panhandle. The six County will literally be
miles that survive today are bridging the gaps in 'history
part of only a few sections as they rehabilitate the Old
still in existence in its origi- Spanish Trail with a federal
nal form-most of the grant, in conjunction, with the
Spanish Trail having been Blickwater Heritage Trail
paved over to become what is Association.
modern day US Highways The Federal Highway
90, 1, 290, and 80. Administration sets aside a
After decades of use, and certain percentage of high-
now with some stretches way funds in what is called a
damaged or missing the brick See TRAIL Page 5A


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Obituaries


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Stinday, 12:46 a.m.
I would just like to say I
have been very disappointed at
the response I have been reading
from individuals who live in
Santa Rosa County concerning
the arrests of all of the illegal
immigrants at La Hacienda.
People are saying very disgust-
ing comments and I think it's
important that we all remember
that they are still people and that
they have families. Please don't
be ignorant and have a heart
toward these people. If they were
your family you would not want
people talking about them.

Saturday, 6:29 p.m.
Hi, this is Ron. If the county
commissioners want to save
some significant cash' they
should arrange to have the street
lights around all the ball fields
north of Five Points turned off at
a reasonable hour. I went by
there at 10 p.m. and they were
still on and there was not a soul
there.

Saturday, 3:48 p.m.
To the one who wants to
know when the senior tax assis-
tance will be: it will be Tuesday
and Thursday at the Milton
Library from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It
will be at the Avalon Firehouse
on Monday and Wednesday
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thank you.

Saturday, 11:45 a.m.
This is a concerned citizen.
In the Blackwater State Forest
there is 183,000 .acres and it
seems the hunters don't know
that. They get right around our
two 40-acre plots and turn their
dogs loose. If you say anything
to them they get mad. We're real-
ly tired of this. It's dangerous
because they shoot near the
house. If we went into town and
showed no more respect for
them and their property I would
imagine we would get arrested.
They need to respect us and our
property.

Saturday, 10:02 a.m.
This is Thomas from Pace. I
called in and somebody called
back saying that I can take care
of the bushes myself. Well, I
have stuff to take care of the
bushes but you can't go cutting
bushes on other peoples' land,
however the county or state can
do it to keep from tearing peo-
ples' vehicles up. You just can't
go out and cut something you
want by yourself that is on a
highway.

Friday, 10:17 a.m.
This is Betty. I was just
wondering why the La Hacienda
Mexican restaurants were closed
down for illegal aliens and the
nursery in Allentown was not. It
doesn't quite seem fair. Thank
you.
Editor's note: La Hacienda
was not closed by the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office. Sources have
reported the owners chose to
close the restaurants until further
notice.

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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Lowe, Robert (Bib)
Robert 'Bib' Lowe, age
66, passed away unexpected-
ly on Wednesday, February 6,
2008 at his home in Milton,
FL. .Born in Natick, MA, he
was the son of the late Percy
and Sadie (Thompson) Lowe
of Dover, MA.
Bib was a
carpenter/roofer for most of
his life in Massachusetts
before retiring and settling in
the Milton area for 2004. Bib
served in the U.S. Navy from
1959 to 1965. He served on
several tugboats in Norfolk,


VA during his time in the
Navy.
Bib loved his children
and grandchildren. He
enjoyed fishing and taking
care of his clog, cat, pigs,
chickens, goats, and turkeys.
Bib was always willing to
help someone who was in
need even if it meant he went
without. He loved his friends
and was always willing to
share a joke or a story from
the "old days."
He leaves behind his chil-
dren-Bob (Gail) Lowe of
Milton, Deb Lowe of
Hanson, MA, Mike Lowe of
Marshfield, MA; 8 grandchil-
dren-Zoe, Zack and Zane
Lowe of Milton, Rob and
Heather Schlager of Hanson,,
MA, Peter Pantazopoulos of
Hanson, MA and Wyatt &
Jake Lowe of Marshfield,
MA; 1 great-granddaughter
born 2 days after his death,
Emily Marie Schlager of
Hanson, MA.
A memorial service will
be held at the First Baptist
Church in Milton, on Friday,
February 15, at 3:30 p.m.
Visiting hours at the church
are Friday, February 15 from
2:30 to 3:30 p.m.


Pennington, David
Earl
1954 2008
David Harl Pennington,
passed away from a heroic
fight with cancer on Tuesday,
February 5, 2008. He was a
beautiful man to the end.
He left behind two won-
derful children; 1 grandchild,
mother, 2 siblings, and lots of
nieces and nephews; daugh-
ter-Brandice Nicole Purvis
of Pensacola; son-David
Christopher Neuman of
Milton; mother-Janice
Pennington; brother-John
G. Pennington, Jr., both of
Panama City; sister-
Virginia Polk of Pensacola.
Our wonderful father
who will be missed deeply, is
remembered for his ready
smile, kind ways and huge
heart. Family and friends of
Milton will miss this all-
around good guy, our
"Roeville Dave." "1I will love
you forever, your 'Bay-
Bay."'"
Services were held in
Prattville, Alabama, Sunday,
February 10, 2008, at 1 p.m.


Guiles "Bo"
McLennan
Henderson
1936 2008
Thelma Ruth
(Martin)
Henderson
1944 2008
Guiles "Bo" McLennan
Henderson, age 71 of Milton,
FL. was born on August 2,
1936 in Opp, AL, and his bride
of 50 years, Thelma (Martin)
Henderson, age 63 of Milton,
FL, born on February 17, 1944
in Milton, FL. went home dur-
ing the same hour to be togeth-
er with the Lord on Thursday,
February 7, 2008 along with
their beloved pet, -Toopoo.
Thelma was the loving mother
and Bo the loving father of
five children. ,They enjoyed
nothing more than spending
time with each other and with
family, especially during the
holidays. They attended Faith
Chapel Assembly of God. Bo
was a member of Milton
Masonic Lodge # 16 F & AM
and Thelma was a member of
the Order of Eaistern Star


Keep Valentine flowers fresh


Fresh flowers are a pop-
ular gift on holidays and
with good reason. Ninety-
two percent of American
women can remember the
last time they were' given
flowers, and fresh flowers
have an immediate positive
impact on happiness.
Flowers are always an
appropriate gift, but with so
many florists, how do you
choose one that's right for
you?
Look for a floral shop
that offers the product mix,
level of services and design
style that fit your needs.
Word of mouth is often the
best resource when looking
for a florist. An outstanding
florist will have a good rep-
utation in your community.
Select a florist who'll
get to know you, keep track
of your favorite flowers, and
send reminders of upcoming


special occasions. Find one
with convenient hours and a
guarantee of satisfaction.
Look for artistry in the
florist's designs and presen-
tation. A great shop carries a
complete selection of differ-
ent, high-quality flowers. It
should also provide floral
food with purchases and
offer instructions for proper
care.
For those receiving fresh
flowers this Valentine's Day,
increase the lifespan' of your
beautiful flowers by follow-
ing these easy steps.
Chose flowers whose
blooms have not yet fully
opened. Roses, for example,
should only be about one-
third fully opened when pur-
chased from a florist. The
blooms should be bright in
color, not faded, and look
upright and fresh, not wilt-
ed.


Handle your flowers
carefully-they are delicate
and living plants.
Flowers must remain in
water at all times. Cut the
stems of boxed flowers,
such as roses or carnations,
under water. This prevents
air from plugging.the mois-
ture-conducting tubes in the
stems. Cut flowers that have
been out of water more than
a few minutes should have a
small portion of the lower
stem cut off so that water
will move up freely when it
is returned to water.
Strip away the bottom
leaves that would be below
the water level. As leaves
decay, they cause bacteria to
grow in the water. Bacterial
growth inside stems is the
prime reason that fresh
flowers wilt.
A good homemade keep-
ing solution is ? cup white


sugar and one teaspoon of
bleach or vinegar to one gal-
lon water at room tempera-
ture or warmer. The sugar
supplies carbohydrates to
the flower, since roots and
leaves (which normally sup-
ply carbohydrates to flowers
through photosynthesis)
have been removed. The
bleach suppresses bacterial
growth. If vinegar is used, it
suppresses bacterial growth
by providing an unfriendly,
acid pH.
There are many good
commercial preservative-
solutions available, and their
use will save you the time
of mixing a homemade solu-
tion. When using a com-
mercial product, be sure to
follow the directions on the
floral preservative packet-
most packets are for either
one pint or one quart of
water.
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Milton Chapter 189.
They leave to cherish their
memory, three beloved sons-
Randy (Lori) Henderson of
Pensacola, FL, Tommy (Jessi)
Henderson of Milton, FL, and
Jabber (Gigi) Henderson of
Miami, FL; two devoted
daughters--Carmen Brewer
of Milton, and Carrie (Jim)
Lamb of Millbrook, AL; seven
grandsons; four granddaugh-
ters; five great-grandchildren;
Thelma's sister-Mary
Magelene Raybon, and a host
of nieces, nephew, relatives
and friends, and, all the others
who called them Momma and
Daddy.
Funeral services were held
at 2 p.m. Sunday, February 10,
2008 in the Lewis Funeral
Home, Milton Chapel with
Rev. Larry White officiating,
and the Rev. Tony
McCullaugh assisting. Burial
followed in Bagdad Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing.
The family received
friends from 4 to 7 p.m.
Saturday evening, February 9,
2008 at the Lewis Funeral
Home, Pace Chapel. Serving
as pallbearers were the grand-
children.


longer

If your vase solution
begins to become cloudy, re-
cut the stems and place into
new solution.
Check the water level of
the container or vase daily
and add water plus preserva-
tive when needed.
Florists keep their dis-
play arrangements in a cool-
er for good reason. Flowers
last much longer at cooler
temperatures than at room
temperature. Keep your cut
flowers out of the hot sun
and away from heat sources,
and they'll, reward you with
longer life.
Keep flowers away from
cigarette smoke and ripen-
ing fruit, because they con-
tain ethylene gas, which is
harmful to flowers.
A good florist and prop-
er care of fresh flowers can
make any occasion a memo-
rable one.


PJC prepares for



forestry conclave


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.comn
It's that time of year to
start sharpening the knives and
axes, and prepare for them to
be thrown. It's all in good fun,
though.
Celebrating it's 20th year,
the annual Pensacola Junior
College Forestry Conclave and
Lumberjack Festival will be
held Saturday, March 1.
The free event features
lumberjack competition, edu-
cational displays, food, free
tree seedlings, music, arts,
crafts, and fun.
"Basically it's a festival to
celebrate and recognize our out-
door heritage," said Steve
Brown, the festival's events and
exhibits coordinator. "It's an
excellent opportunity for us to
raise the awareness and impor-
tance of forestry, natural resource
management, outdoor recreation,
etc. in our community."
Individuals and groups are
invited to participate with a
display or exhibit that are relat-
ed to the event's focus of
nature heritage. Indoor and
outdoor space will be available
for any type of display or
equipment to be used or dis-
played. Displays and exhibits


need to be related to the focus
of the event.
"In addition to the great
competition and games, we
also strive to make this event
informative and educational to
the general public," Brown
said.
Sponsors have donated all
the prizes and awards that will.
be given out. Additional
sponsors may donate funding
or merchandise. Sponsors are
recognized on a poster at the
events registration table, in the
final event brochure, and on
the Web site.
The adult events (16 years
old and older) include the fol-
lowing: compass and pacing,
knife throw, axe throw, cross-
cut sawing, and more.
Junior events for ages 13
to 16 include knife throws and
crosscut sawing. The children
events for 12 and under
include softball toss, log
rolling, face painting, crafts,
and more.
The event will be held
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday,
March 1, at the PJC Milton
campus.
For a list of exhibitors,
sponsors and events call 484-
4463.


Leading up to Valentine's Day, a group of Pace High School students crafted Valentines for
Veterans and service members to send abroad. The students belong to the Pace High
Anchor Club, a community service organization sponsored by The Pilot Club of Milton.
During a special gathering on Feb. 5, the students came together to make Valentines for
Veterans. The Anchors will be sending more than 100 Valentines to the Red Cross office
located at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Volunteers at Walter Reed will distribute the
Valentines to patients and recovering military personnel.
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Wednesday-February 13, ,
Sheriff's Report


Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Report from ian. 17
to Jan. 22, 2008
Nygard. Michael
Christopher; Male; 23; 13300
Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville,
FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 1/17/08
Schuster. Scott
Chadwick; Male; 29; 5312
Soundside Dr, Gulf Breeze;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More (2 cts.).
Burglary Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed (2 cts),
Larc-20K Dols Less Than
100K Dols. 1/17/08
Williams. Thomas
Marlin; Male; 56; 5779 Trout
Bayou Circle, Milton; Larc-
Over $300 Under $5,000 (14
cts.), Dealing in Stolen
Property, Exploitation of
Elderly Less Than $20,000.
1/17/08
Lovett. Duane Michael;
Male; 29; 6111 Syrcle Ave.,
Milton; Escape. 1/17/08
Carter, Mark; Male; 48;
6875 Byrom Street, Milton;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test. 1/17/08
White, Delores Lee;
Female; 49; 7426
Reformation Rd, Milton;
DUI. 1/17/08
Owens, Jeremiah David;
Male; 27; 1344 Bay Shore
Ter, Gulf Breeze; DUI and
Damage Property. 1/16/08
Brown, Richard
Dewayne; Male; 36; 4065
Scottsdale Ave., Pace; Asslt-
Intent Threat To Do Violence
(domestic violence), Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Obstructing
Justice-Intimidate Threaten
Etc Viet Witness Informant.
1/18/08
Bruce, Eric Alan; -Male;
25; 7492 County Rd. 1,
Daleville, AL; Failure to


Appear for Felony Offense.
1/18/08
Cruieity, Francis Lee;
Male; 19; 5442 Bluebird St,
Milton; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
1/21/08
Garcia. Everardo G;
Male; 26; 2045 Navarre St,
Ft. Walton; DUI, Resist
Officer-Flee Elude LEO with
Lights Siren Active, Operate
Motor Vehicle W/O Valid
License. 1/18/08
Jackson, Marc Edward;
Male; 27; 8647 Fortune Rd,
Milton; Possess of Weapon
Or Ammo By Convicted Fla.
Felon, Conservation-Hunting
With Light ,at Night,
Resist/Interfere W/Wildlife
Officer 1st Off. 1/19/08
Jerden, Valena Lee;
Female; 27; 7179 Hwy. 89,
Milton; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 1/18/08
O'Neal, ..r., Jerry Lynn;
Male; 18; 4266 E. Sea Port
Rd, Pace; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling;
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
1/21/08
Owens, Gloria Anita;
Female; 43; 4488 Rice Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 1/20/08
Russell, Aaron Baxter;
Male; 36; 4915 Crowder St,
Pace; Sex Offender.
Violations-Fail to Report
Name or Residence Change.
1/19/08
Santos, Juan Ramon;
Male; 41; 7179 Hwy. 89,
Milton; ,Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 1/18/08
Wheeler., James Edward;
Male; 23; 6483 Watermark
Cv, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony, Fraud-Illeg
Use Credit Cards-Use More 2
Times 6 Mos Obt Gds Money


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$100 More. 1/20/08
Brighenti, Keenan
Jones; Male; 20; 417
Warwick St,, Gulf Breeze;
Burglary. 1/20/08
l)elainbert, David
Michael; Male; 31; 8144
Mobile Hwy., Pensacola;
Fraud. 1/20/08
Thurston, Sandra
Darlene; Female; 45; 4136
Charles Circle, Pace; Fraud
Swindle. 1/20/08
Latsch, Scott W.; Male;
24; 1081 Fleming Bridge Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation -
Felony Offense. 1/20/08
Coby. Lisa Louann;
Female; 35; 1772 E Johnson,
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 1/18/08
Dearco. Christian Elliott;
Male; 19; 10061 Calle De
Palencia, Navarre; Dealing in
Stolen, Property. 1/19/08
Dewhurst- Walker,
Jessica A; Female; 22; 4721
Van Horn Rd, Milton; Fraud-
False Statement to Obtain
U i e m p 1 o y m e n t
Compensation. 1/18/08
Ellis, Jessica Eileen;
Female; 21; 6184 Shaag Rd,
Molino; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 1/18/08
11artzog, John Anthony;
Male;. 39; 2300 Arrow Ct,
Navarre; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill, Battery-Cause
Bodily Harm. 1/20/08
Howell, Jr., Steven
Jeffery; Male; 31; 6731
Chicago Ave, Pensacola;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 1/18/08
Merricks, Karren Rose;
Female; 21; 4837 Hyatt Ln,
Pace; Neglect Child W/O
Great Harm (2 cts.), Possess
Cocaine (2 cts.)
Rasmussen, Cassaundra


Chagares; Female; 42; 152
NW Alabama Street, Ft.
Wallon Bch; Possess
Cocaine. I/18/08
Sec~bck, Brandon Dane;
Male; 18; 9558 Dynasty Ln,
Navarre; Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
.1/20/08
Laster, Albert LeBaron;
Male; 47; 941 Central Ave.,
Ft. Walton Beach; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
1/08
Cook, Jason Dewayne;
Male; 31; 154 W. 17th,
Riveria Beach, FL; Burglary
of Dwelling, Grand Theft.
1/08
Garcia, Everardo; G.
Male; 2045 Navarre St, Ft.
Walton; DU1. 1/18/08
Neal, Deidra D.; Female;
42; 1901 E. Younge St.,
Pensacola; DUI, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test.
Garcia, .lose Manuel;
.Male; 20; 3058 East
Kingsfield Rd, Pensacola;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 1/18/08
Little, William Hampton;
Male; 21; 304 Washington St,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 1/17/08
Ochola, Joseph Edward;
Male; 36; 305 Cadillac Ave.,
Niceville; DUI. 1/18/08
Barnes, John David;
Male; '38; 5338 Hutto Ln,
Jay; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More, but less than $5,000,
Dealing in Stolen Property.
1/22/08
Boswell, Destin Jonas;
Male; 20; 6421 Wilmar Ave,
Milton; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
1/22/08
Boucher, Jenny Rae;
Female; 37; 3098 Penn
Estates, East Strausberg, PA;
Probation Violation-Felony.
1/22/08
Broxson. Joseph Austin;


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Local


Protest


Continued From Page One
"We are against people
breaking the law as any
respectable U.S. citizen and
we want everyone to respect
the law including Sheriff
Hall."
Calderon noted there is a
way to do all of this legally
with a warrant instead of
abusing the ignorance of the
people.
"The law is here to pro-
tect us," said Calderon. "But
we feel instead it is being


Mill

Continued From Page One
Hayes spoke with. The city
has had one meeting to update
the status of'the project.
"If they felt it was some-
thing that needed to be report-
ed I have all the confidence in
the world that would have
taken place," Adams says. "I
don't recall anything being an
issue with the site at that time.
Although, maybe they said
they found some timbers or
something, but nothing
clicked as reportable."
Laura Kammerer, com-
pliance officer with the State
of Florida, Division of
Historical Resources, said she
had received no correspon-
dence from the city regarding
the site prior to these matters
coming to light.
"It's our recommendation
[to DEP] that a professional
archeologist goes out and
assesses what has been
uncovered, record it, docu-
ment it, and determines
whether there is potential for
any additional materials that
might be disturbed by the
completion of the process,"
Kammerer says.
The discovery of the arti-
facts which include hand
hewn timber logs, a metal
pulley wheel, and other mill
implements, were made pos-'
sible by Buddy Mitchell, the


used to chase us."
McCaffery pointed out
these workers were very wel-
comed to the area when their
assistance was needed fol-
lowing Hurricane Ivan.
"The people were very
grateful when they arrived
after Hurricane Ivan," said
McCaffery. "But they have a
very short term memory.
"During that time I took
several phone calls from
workers who were injured
on the job and employers


did nothing, while others
never got paid. Sheriff Hall
never did .i,', iliii,-, to them
and the last time I checked
slavery was illegal."
McCaffery noted since
Thursday's check on El
Rodeo, Emerald Coast
Interiors was visited Friday
and El Rodeo was checked
again Monday.
"This is is bordering on
harassment if you want to
know my opinion," said
McCaffery. "And at Emerald


Coast they only questioned
Hispanics.
"They even stopped
posting their checks and
results on the web."
A call to confirm the
checks with Haines late
Monday night resulted in no
additional information, as he
was not aware of the two
checks McCaffery was
referring to.
The protesters feel one
of the major causes for the
immigration problem is


University of West Florida professor, John Phillips, examines what is left of hand hewn timbers,
once part of the historic Jernigan Saw Mill, that were removed from an archeological site and
bulldozed into piles during a City of Milton construction project at Locklin Lake.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


fifth great grandson of
Benjamin Jernigan, who
founded the mill.
Mitchell, who resides in
Montgomery, Alabama, was
in Milton for the weekend
conducting family history
research when he decided to
stop by the old mill site and
stumbled upon the construc-
tion.
"I was so excited because
here we have actually found
some parts of [the mill], then
I thought, they're tearing this
thing up-something needs to


be done."
Though historians and
researchers have yet to thor-
oughly inspect the site, those
dispatched to the scene found
it was greatly disturbed by the
work on the dam.
"My hope, said Phillips,
"is we can get in here and
document the parts that are
still intact and then they can
proceed with the rest of con-
struction before they do any-
more damage."
"My fear is that there may
not be enough time and the


heart of the mill was
destroyed by this construc-
tion."
Work continued on the
dam site as recently as
Monday and Adams says, the
DEP has given approval to
continue work so long as the
city does no further excavat-
ing.
The project is sponsored
by a legislative appropriations
grant for $800,000 applied for
by the city and administered
by Baskerville-Donovan, the
project engineers.


Kits

Continued From Page One
Commission. meeting includ-
ing AT&T, Gulf Power, St.
Ann Catholic Church,
Escambia River Electric
Cooperative Inc., Mediacom,
Gulf Breeze Natural Gas,
Life Flight, Gulf Breeze Area
Chamber, Santa Rosa
Medical Center, Taminco,
WXBM, and TEAM Santa
Rosa.
The toolkit bags will be
offered to businesses through
the local chambers, TEAM
Santa Rosa, and Emergency
Management.
Santa Rosa County busi-
nesses that are not a member
of a chamber of commerce
can contact Daniel Hahn at
983-4606 to receive a free
toolkit bag.


what some people experi-
ence as they try to enter the
country.
"I know while trying to
become a citizen they lost
my paperwork three differ-
ent times," said Calderon.
For Malu Dunn, she
remembers trying to get
information from the U.S.
Consulate.


"It is nearly impossible
to enter the United States
legally," said Dunn. "There
is no line and they will not
give you the time of day at
the U.S. Consulate.
"It is almost impossible
to get an audience at the
consulate even if you would.
like to work here for a year
to six months."


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are in axceptional condi-
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Continued From Page One
Transportation Enhancement
Program Grant, applicable
for a number of projects
including bicycle/pedestrian
facilities, like the rails to tri-
als program; renovation or
restoration of historic facili-
ties; as well as drainage and
landscaping.
The county has received
funding in the amount of
$175,000 for the design phase
of the project to. be completed
by the end of the year. The
rest of the funding, $679,000
for rehabilitation, will not be
available until 2010 says
Nancy Model, Transportation
Planner with the Santa Rosa
County Division of Planning,
Zoning, and Development.
The condition of the road
varies along its six miles and
Model says the bricks will be
re-laid where deep impres-
sions exist.
"We'll try to rehab it to
the point 'where people can
use it as a bike/ped, but we'll
try not to damage any of the
existing brick, that's one of
our main goals."
"The Florida Department
of State, Division of
Historical Resources, has
written specific guidelines for
the rehab of this brick road,"
Model says. "It basically says
in the places where there are
gaps we won't make an
attempt, to replace the brick
with brick that is just like it, it
has to be similar but not
exactly like it."
This is to differentiate
between what is original and
what has been replaced for
the sake of history Model
says. She also points out that
State Road 1 is on the
National Historic Register,
and is the only road in Florida
to hold that distinction.
The project's full scope
( also includes connecting the-
j. old brick road up with the trail
system in the Blackwater


State Forest, presumably at
the first railroad crossing just
a few miles west of Harold.
The full length of the
road was originally complet-
ed in 1929 at a total cost of a
$80,000,000. The occasion
was marked with a cross-
country motorcade traveling
from coast to coast.
Construction was often
delayed due to the cost asso-
ciated with bridging many of
the bodies of water in the
south such as Lake
Pontchartrain and Mobile
Bay.
John Murphey and his
wife set out in the fall of
2003 to drive the full length
of the 1929 mainline route of
the Old Spanish Trail, gath-
ering stories from those who
remember it in its heyday as
they went.


"We want people to see
the real America-to stop
and visit it rather than drive
by at 80 miles an hour," says
Murphey.
"Though it didn't have a
song or TV show, the Old
Spanish Trail passes through
some of the most interesting
country in the United States,
offering a more diverse cul-
ture and scenery than Route
66."
The Old Spanish Trail
100 Association, located in
San Antonio, Texas, is plan-
ning a cross-country motor-
cade in 2029, to reenact the
original drive across
America. Those motorists
may travel in SUV's instead
of Model A's, but they will
find the Old Spanish Trail in
Santa Rosa County remains
much as it did 100 years ago.


PACE WATER SYSTEM BOARD ELECTION
THE ELECTION FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILL BE HELD
FEBRUARY 21, 2008 AT PACE WATER SYSTEM OFFICE
LOCATED AT 4401 ''.' o- .BIlrE ROAD. VOTING WILL BE IN
THE BOARD ROOM FROM 7AM TO 7PM.
THE CANDIDATES ARE:
DISTRICT 1
TIM FENDLEY
SONDRA L. THOMPSON
DISTRICT 2
RANDY W. GRANT
ROBERT J. GENTRY
J.P. SIMMONS
JON W. TWITCHELL
DISTRICT 3
MAX R. GODWIN
STANLEY R. WILBOURN

NOTICE: PACE WATER SYSTEM, INC. ANNUAL
MEETING OF MEMBERS
WHEN: FEBRUARY 28, 2008 AT 7 PM

WHERE: PACE WATER SYSTEM OFFICE
4401 WOODBINE ROAD
PACE, FLORIDA 32571
TELEPHONE 994-5129
REFRESHMENTS SERVED AND DOOR PRIZES AWARDED '.


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Parkmore Plaza
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850.983-1471


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Those walking the road today will find its condition varies depending oni
which regch you are on. Here are fw einpiples of what you will flnd
on tht Old Spatnish 'rail.


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Viewpoints


6A Wednesday, February 13, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW



Hypocracy



of society

It is very amusing how hypocritical we can be as a society.
Last week, two restaurants had to close their doors after 10
workers were found there to be undocumented and are now
housed in the Santa Rosa County Detention Center.
The fate of the 10 is unknown as county officials are waiting
to see if the Federal Government will step in.
While our society has cried out about immigration issues, it
is amusing how many have suddenly started talking through theii
tummies.
Questions received at the Press Gazette:
Why did the Sheriff's Office close La Hacienda?
When will La Hacienda re-open?
What did they do wrong?
And that is just a few of the calls.
Well, it is unknown what anyone did wrong except for the
charges that have been filed: being undocumented workers--a
third degree felony.
Officials allege those taken into custody had social security
numbers, but further allege those numbers did not belong to
those detained.
There is a certain sadness to it all. Every day, people in other
countries try to make it to the United States to take up residence
and live their own version of the American Dream. All too often,
it seems an unobtainable goal. They save every penny they can
find to pay someone to at least get them across the border-
always a dangerous task.
Once here, they realize while they may be in the "midst" of
the American Dream, they're an illegal part of that dream. It
forces them into a life of half-hiding and looking over their
shoulders-always afraid the "migra" may be just around the
comer.,
Desperate to make it in the "land of milk and honey," these
same individuals find themselves taken advantage of. Being "ille-
gal," they're not allowed to work. Unscrupulous employers know
this and some take advantage by offering much lower than legal
wages. It's not enough to live on, but it is money-money earned
and not stolen so they accept the job and often must live several
families to a home to just get by.
Multiple jobs, multiple families in a home, living in secret,
constantly fearing discovery, they still see it better than the alter-
native back home.
And so they stay.
With every fast-food burger or item of daily life they buy,
they pay taxes. With every gallon of gas purchased, they pay
taxes. Uncle Sam even has a special tax number for illegals to
use in paying their income tax. Yes, they may be illegal, but
Uncle Sam still sees their money as green and wants his share of
it.
And after years of living this lifestyle, they find themselves
"discovered." It's a road that often leads these individuals right
back to their original countries with little more than memories of
their days in the "land of opportunity" amidst all the "southern
hospitality."
Do these illegal aliens take Americans jobs? No doubt. Any
job taken by one person is, by definition, a job that could have
been offered to another, but these are often jobs most Americans
do not want and, more often than not, at wages any American
would toss his nose in the air over.
The issue is a difficult one. It's easy to see both sides. And
the debate has raged now for years. It's just suddenly taken a turn
that brings the topic all too close to home. Perhaps we under-
stand, more than ever, why something must be done to settle this
issue once and for all.
We owe it to ourselves and to those who desperately want to
share in our piece of the American Pie and live side-by-side with
us as we strive for that American Dream.
We once' proudly proclaimed, as it says on the Statue of
Liberty, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses
yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming
shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my
lamp beside the golden door."
Today, the door is more likely to be slammed shut and
locked with a golden key.


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A GUEST VIEWPOINT


Big tobacco is still


By Kathy Mulvey
For decades, Philip
Morris/Altria has been the worst
of the worst. As the largest and
most profitable tobacco transna-
tional, it has been the leading
force behind the global tobacco
epidemic.
But even the mighty are not
immune from public outrage. As
international grassroots cam-
paigns, lawsuits, and bad media
have damaged its bottom line,
Philip Morris/Altria has made sig-
nificant adjustments to maintain
profits. This year it will split into
the Swiss-based Philip Morris
International and U.S.-based
Altria (parent corporation to
Philip Morris USA).
The split has health advocates
asking, "What does this mean for
global initiatives to prevent tobac-
co addiction, especially among
children?"
Judging by the history, it is a
reaction in part to citizen and con-
sumer movements to curb the
market for the company's deadly
products. In the 1980s, the corpo-
ration purchased Kraft Foods in
an effort to diversify its holdings
and provide cover for its tobacco
business. It spent millions in
Congress and statehouses across
the country to defeat tobacco con-
trol legislation. As recently as
2007, Philip Morris/Altria lobbied
to defeat an Oregon ballot initia-
tive that would have taxed tobac-
co to provide health insurance to
disadvantaged youth.
Even after the news hit the
papers that Big Tobacco had been


lying to people about the addic-
tive and deadly effects of its prod-
ucts for 50 years, Philip
Morris/Altria has had enormous
success in rolling out the PR
machine. When tobacco control
advances in the United States
began limiting its ability to hook
kids here, it shifted its focus over-
seas -- exporting its aggressive
marketing tactics. In 2003 it went
so far as to change its name to
Altria to distance the corpora-
tion's image from its deadly prod-
ucts and history.
The company's shiftiness
helps explain why even the dead-
liest of enterprises has remained
profitable. But there is hope that
it will not always be that way.
In the midst of Philip
Morris/Altria's maneuvering, the
world's first health and corporate
accountability treaty was adopted
by the World Health Organization
and took effect as international.
law. Among other provisions, the
global tobacco treaty bans tobac-
co advertising, promotion and
sponsorship in ratifying countries,
and protects public health policy
from interference by the tobacco
industry. The treaty makes it hard-
er for tobacco giants to get away
with spreading a preventable epi-
demic around the world.
And last year, Kraft Foods
was spun off. As a part of the lat-
est split, Altria (Philip Morris
USA) will now be closing its New
York City office and retreating to
Richmond, Virginia. The good
news is that the split means Philip
Morris USA and Philip Morris


scheming

International will each be smaller
and thus less influential than the
combined corporation signifi-
cantly reducing their economic
and political clout.
The split is a mixed bag for
tobacco control, however. The
off-shoring of Philip Morris
International means that the U.S.
public and policymakers will have
fewer levers for pressuring the
corporation. In simple terms, it
will no longer be subject to a
whole set of U.S. laws and regu-
lations.
What this means is that inter-
national accountability mecha-
nisms, namely the global tobacco
treaty, are more important than
ever. Fortunately, more than 150
countries have ratified it to date.
There are a few significant
holdouts, however including the
United States.
In an election year, when pres-
idential candidates are all talking
about a new face for U.S. foreign
policy, the treaty should be front
and center. Ratifying the treaty
can help send the message that
the U.S. government is ready to
act multilaterally. It can send the
message that the U.S. public -
believes that children everywhere
should be protected from irre-
sponsible and dangerous corpora-
tions.
Kathy Mulvev is International
Policy Directoi; Corporate
Accountability International.
Corporate Accountability
International has been waging win-
ning campaigns to challenge corpo-
rate abuse for more than 30 years.


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AN OUTSIDE VIEWPOINT


George Bush's economic plan worked


By Jim Hightower
At last, economists have
discovered that America is
tumbling into a recession.
Of course, most Americans
have known for months if
not years -- that the economy
is already in recession, or even
depression. The disconnect is
that economists live on a dif-
ferent planet than we do. Ours
is Earth. Theirs seems to be
Pluto, which might not even be
a planet.
For economists, a "reces-
sion" is a clinical term defined
as two or more consecutive
quarters of decline in the Gross
Domestic Product. (This GDP
is the total market value of
goods and services produced
within the United States in a


year.) For several years,
America's economy has been
expanding,
while the


incomes of
the majori-
ty of people
have been
falling, but
economists
haven't
cared. For
them, the
measure of
a healthy
economy is


&


JIM
HIGHTOWER


simple growth not whether
we all benefit from it.
Meanwhile, back here on
Earth, most people's definition
of recession is personal, based
on whether their in-come can


keep up with their out-go.
Income has not been keeping
up, because real wages have
been declining for more than
five'years. Thus, there's been a
spreading and deepening "peo-
ple's recession."
This mass economic
decline has not been an acci-
dent. Washington has worked
with corporate chieftains to rig
the rules on everything from
labor law to trade deals to hold
down the incomes of the
workaday majority so the
rich have literally gotten richer
at the expense of the rest of us.
When George W. first ran
for president, he was asked
what his economic plan might
be. "We ought to make the pie
higher," he answered. People


laughed, thinking it was anoth-
er of his verbal stumbles.
'Seven years later, we can
see that he was serious. His
plan was to put our national
economic pie on the highest
shelf, so only the elites can
reach it. Now that the economy
is falling into an "official" ,
recession to go along with the
unofficial one that ordinary
folks have long been experi-
encing, even the economists
and politicians can see that
Bush's plan worked just as he
wanted.
For more information on
Jim Hightower 's work and to
subscribe to his award-winning
monthly newsletter, The
Hightower Lowdow'n, visit
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Wednesday-February 2008


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Santan Rosi's Piess Gazetto


Community


Pet Photo Contest
for PetSource.org
Pet owners shower their
dogs, cats, and. other furry
friends with unconditional
love, kisses and tummy
rubs. Now it's time to let
them show the world just
how much they really love
their pets with the new
monthly PetSource.org
photo contest. According to
a recent PetSource.org sur-
vey, approximately 96 per-
cent of pet owners love giv-
ing their pets kisses. Now,
just in time for Valentine's
Day, PetSource.org is
searching for the cutest,
most adorable and cuddly
photos of pets. The winner,
which is voted on by the
public, will receive a multi-
tude of pet products as well
as a $1,000 donation to the
local Humane Society or
animal shelter of their
choosing. Share the love
this Valentine's Day: visit
www.PetSource.org and
upload a photo of your best
friend today!
For more information
on the monthly
PetSource.org contest,
please free to call (310)
578-7050.

Pace Relay for Life
seeking teams to
participate
The Ameticah Cancer
Society has offered a great
number of patient and family
services to the Santa Rosa
County community for many
years. These services
include cancer support
groups, tobacco control pro-
grams and lifesaving
research. Being involved in
Relay For Life is a wonderful
way to help in the fight
against cancer and means you
are making life better for can-
cer survivors, patients and


their families. Those interest-
ed in scheduling a presenta-
tion to find out how your
team can participate in the
April 25 and 26 Pace Relay
For Life, please contact
Rocky Leber at 291-4699 or
lebere(@ muail.santarosa.k 12.01
.us

Concert & Jam
Session
The Gulf Coast
Bluegrass Music
Association Monthly
Concert and Jam Session
will be Saturday February
23, 2008. It is held at the
PJC Milton Campus in
building 4200, which is also
the Student Activity Center.
The cost is $4.00 for non-
members and $2.00 for
members. The concert will,
feature "New River Band
from Dothan" at 6 p.m. and
"Highway 99 from Walnut
Hill" at 7 p.m. The doors
open at 5 p.m., with the con-
cert starting at 6 p.m. and
the jam session for all abili-
ties starting at 8 p.m. Door
prizes and "Split the Pot"
are part of the fun.
Refreshments are available
from PJC student clubs. For
more information call Diane
Bates at 850-623-3325 or
check the web site:
www.gcbma.cotm

The Hairy Ape
The Pensacola Junior
College Lyceum series pres-
ent "The Hairy Ape" Feb. 22-
24 and Feb 29-March 2 at the
Ashmore Fine Arts
Auditorium, Building 8, on
the Pensacola campus. Shows
are 7:30, p.m. Friday and
Saturday and 2:30 p.m.
Sunday.
Eugene O'Neill's 1921
drama tells the story of Yank,
a laborer, as he searches for a
sense of belonging in a world
controlled by the rich.


Inl the many years since
its debut, "The Hairy Ape"
has become one of O'Neill's
better-known works and a
distinctive exploration of a
pivotal period in American
society.
Tickets are $10, general
admission; $8, seniors, chil-
dren, non-PJC students; $6,
Senior Club members, PJC
staff/faculty/retirees; free,
PJC students. VISA,
MasterCard, American
Express, cash or check are
accepted. Purchase tickets at
the Lyceum Box Office in the
Ashmore Fine Arts Center,
1000 College Blvd.
For more information,
call 484-1847.

Pace Relay For
Life to recognize
Cancer Survivors
Please join the Pace
Relay For Life event on
Friday and Saturday, April 25
& 26, 2008 at Pace High
School Football Stadium.
The event begins with a spe-
cial cancer survivor's recep-
tion at 4:30 p.m., honoring
the survivors, followed by the
first lap of the event, the sur-
vivors' lap. Families an(d
caregivers are welcome to
attend. More people than ever
are surviving cancer. This is
your chance to inspire others
and honor the memory of
friends and loved ones. Join
this celebration of life! Please
contact Rocky Leber at 291-
4699 or lebere@mail.san-
tarosa.kl2.fl.us to register
(and request your T-shirt
size).
The American Cancer
Society is the nationwide
community-based voluntary
health organization dedicated
to eliminating cancer as a
major health problem by pre-
venting cancer, saving lives,
and diminishing suffering
from cancer, through


Community



Stransky and Goolsby



wedding set for April

Dale and Cyndi Goolsby .
of Pace, Florida are pleased
to announce the engagement
of their son, Christopher
Thomas Goolsby to Sara Ann
Stransky, daughter of Lynn
and Joni Smith of Merritt
Island, Florida. .. .
Christopher graduated
from Pace High School in
2000 and Florida State.
University in 2004 with
degrees in Risk
Management/Insurance and .
Real Estate. He is presently
employed as Vice President
with Brown and Brown, -
Incorporated in Tampa,
Florida. Sara graduated from .
Merritt Island High School in .
2001 and Florida State
University in 2005 with a
degree in Business
Marketing. She is employed
with Pulte Homes in Orlando,
Florida as a Sales Associate.
The couple will be mar-
ried on April 5, 2008, in
Merritt Island, Florida and
will reside in Tampa.


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Hyperactivity is
Topic of Seminar at
Sacred Heart on
Feb. 19
Dr. R. Scott Benson, a
child and adolescent psychia-
trist associated with
Creekside Psychiatric Center,
will present a seminar about
Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD) on Tuesday, Feb. 19,
from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the
-Greenhut Auditorium at
Sacred Heart Hospital's
Conference Center on Ninth
Avenue.
The seminar, titled
"Paying Attention to
Attention," will provide
information about the evalua-
tion and treatment of children
with ADHD, one of the most
common childhood mental
disorders. Children with
ADHD may suffer from
impairments in functioning at
home, in school, and with
their peers.
The seminar is free of
charge and is sponsored by
Children's Medical Services.
For more information, please
call 476-1392, ext. 32.

Morning Glory
Circle
The monthly meeting of
the Milton Garden Club
Morning Glory Circle will be
held Thursday, Feb. 14th at
9:30 a.m. at 5256 Alabama
Street, Milton. Sonya
Robertson will demonstrate
"How to start a Topiary."
Tickets for the March 14th
Luck of the Irish Lunch will be
on sale. Watch for more pub-
licity on this upcoming event
in the weeks to come. New
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NAS Whiting Field
sponsors Black
History Month
event
What: The African-
American History Month
Committee is hosting a
luncheon to celebrate the
accomplishments, realities
and future possibilities of
African-Americans in -our
country. Cmdr. Willie
Billingslea, Executive Officer
of Training Squadron FOUR


will be the guest speaker.
Cost to attend the event is
$14.50.
When: Thursday,
February 14, 2008 at 11 a.m.
Where: Naval Air
Station Whiting Field at
Wings Club Ballroom.
Who: All active duty
military, Department of
Defense civilians, NAS
Whiting Field contractors,
retirees, and family members
are invited to attend.
Menu: Roast Beef,
Baked Chicken, Green
Beans, Buttered Corn, choice
of two starches, Garden
Tossed Salad, Yeast Rolls,
Iced Tea & Coffee.


Greg Brown, CFA MRI
Santa Rosa County
Property Appraiser
Announces to:
Santa Rosa County's Senior Citizens!
The Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen
Exemption, which allows an
ADDITIONAL $25,000 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION!
If you meet the following criteria, you may quality for an
additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County.
This additional exemption is for the portion of your tax bill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
Property owner must be 65 or older
Total adjusted household income limitations apply
Must apply no later than March 3, 2008
Must quality for and/or currently be receiving Homestead
Exemption
-i (Note; You must qualify and l
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Physician David Smith, M.D., one of North
Santa Rosa County's most well known and
respected medical doctors, has demonstrated his
commitment to the citizens of his area through
profound humanitarian deeds and professional
dedication to their medical needs..

Dr. Smith grew Iup in the Brownsville
Community just outside the City of Jay, and at
an early age developed the discipline and vision
of a future that would eventually bring him back
home to Jay where he could best assist the peo-
ple lie most loved and respected attain a better
quality of life.


After spending all 12 years of his grade
'..__ school years in Jay and graduating from Jay High
MDSchool, Dr. Smith completed his medical science
David Smith, M.D. education at Florida State University and
received his medical degree from the University
of Florida College of Medicine in 1979. Thereafter he returned to Jay and began building a
career that has endeared him enormously to its citizens and the professional community.

A confirmed supporter of the Jay Hospital where he sits on the Advisory Board, Dr.
Smith assisted in the cultivation of a support network in the community that would eventu-
ally make the hospital one of the most respected institutions in the area.

Dr. Smith is also responsible for the establishment and construction of the 15,000
square foot Jay Medical Complex where the focus is to group doctors and other medical
specialists to be more conveniently accessible to the people who need their care. His son,
Dr. J. S. Michael Smith, is now in practice with him there, among others.
For all his unselfish deeds and accomplishments. Dr. Smith is truly one who deserves
and gets the deepest admiration and respect of his patients, professional associates, friends
and many who may not even ie-. 1il1, know him. He's the kind of guy we all deserve as a
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Navigating Divorce there is help!


Are you experiencing
the pain and grief of divorce?
Attend the upcoming
Divorce Recovery
Workshop, "Navigating
Divorce." This 8-session
workshop is designed to
make the transition from
married life to single life
more understandable. -


The workshop will meet
each Wednesday night begin-
ning February 27, 2008 at
6:15 p.m. and ending at 7:30
p.m. Reservations are
requested,
"Navigating Divorce" is
open to the public and is a
non-denominational class,
held at Christ United Church,


Dogwood Drive, in Milton.
While you are attending
this workshop, a nursery will
be provided for children
infant to 3 years of age,
Kingdom Kids Bible Study
& activities are for ages 4
through the Fifth grade.
Youth Bible Study and activ-
ities are provided for Grades


6 and above.
An optional dinner is
provided at 5:30 p.m. for the
cost. of $4 per adult, and
$1.25 per child. Dl)inner reser-
vations are requested each
Monday, by noon. For reser-
vations or more information
about the workshop please
call 623-0614 or 623-8820.


Community happenings this week

Galloways will be singing Clothes Closet for needful


On Saturday, Feb. 16, at 6 p.m., Cobbtown Holiness
Church, 4700 Greenwood Road in Jay, will be having a
Gospel sing, featuring "The Galloways," from Nashville,
Tennessee. "Watch and Pray," local talent and congregation-
al singing also.
Pastor Jim Lassiter and the congregation of Cobbtown
Holiness Church invites everyone to attend.

"Bless the Lord,'O my soul: and

all that is within me, bless his
holy name. Bless the LORD, 0

my soul, and forget not all his
benefits: Who forgiveth all thine

iniquities; who health all thy

diseases.; Who redeemeth thy life
from destruction...."
Psalm 103:1-4a


-Pray For Our

Military -


Henderson reports
to new duty station
(FHTNC)-Navy Chief
Petty Officer Heather J.
Henderson, daughter of
James A. Wooten of Milton,
FL, recently reported for
duty aboard the
Precommissioning Unit
George H. W. Bush, based at
Newport News, VA.
Henderson joined the
Navy in September 1991.
Bussman joins
Army in DE Program
Christopher P. Bussman
has joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The pro-
gram 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 education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty


prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit, a prior-ser-
vice member, enlisted for
three years and will report
for active duty at Fort Lewis,
Tacoma, WA, February
2008.
He is the son of Susan,
R. Charbonneau of Prytania
Circle, Navarre, FL, and
Paul J. Bussman of Kared
Ave., Fort Walton Beach,
FL.
Bussman, a 1998 gradu-
ate of Choctawhatchee
Senior High School, Fort
Walton Beach.
Humphrey joins
the Army
James C. Humphrey 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


On Friday, February 29, 2008, there will be a free, slight-
ly worn clothing available for those in need in our communi-
ty. It will be held in the Fellowship Hall of the Chumuckla
United Methodist Church, located at 9475 Chumuckla
Highway. It will begin at 9 a.m. and end at 2 p.m.

Seniors' Community Luncheon


Bagdad United
Methodist Church, 4540
Forsyth Street in Bagdad,
will be hosting a Seniors
Community Luncheon on


much as $50,000 toward a
college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
station.
The recruit qualifies for
a $3;000 enlistment bonus.
Humphrey, a 2007
graduate of a high school
program at Pensacola Junior
College, Pensacola. FL, will
report to Fort Sill, Lawton.
OK, for basic training in
February 2008.
He is the son of Cynthia
A. Fulford of Cordoba St..
Gulf Breeze, FL, and Sam
W. Humphrey of Spanish
St., Pascagoula, MS.
Crotzer joins the
Army DE Program
John P. Crotzer 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


Tuesday, February 18, at 11
a.m. For more information
call Billye Anderson or
Pastor Gary Jones at 626-
1948.


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 education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty
station.
Crotzer will report to
Fort Benning, Columbus,
GA, for basic training in
January 2008.
He is the son of Tina M.
Jankowski of Dixie Road,
Milton, FL, and John P.
Crotzer of Market St.,
Johnsonburg, PA..


Wednesday February 13, 2008


Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your ques-
tions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Was Jesus really a carpenter?"
J.K., Milton
Dear J.K.,
What a great question. This may come as a surprise to
many of our readers, but we really don't know for certain
the answer to this question. We find only ONE place in
scripture where Jesus is either called a carpenter or the "son
of a carpenter" depending upon which of the ancient'man-
uscript copies that you read. The passage is found in Mark
6:2-3, but these words are uttered by people who were
MISTAKEN about Jesus otherwise!
Additionally the word translated from the original
Greek of the New Testament to "carpenter" in Eriglish can
mean either a worker of wood, fabric or stone! In other
words, a "fabricator" or "builder" in general.
It is quite common to refer to Jesus as a carpenter from
Galilee. You even see people driving around with a bumper
sticker that says, "My Boss Is a Jewish Carpenter," by
which they mean Jesus.
The people in Mark 6 who were asking the question of
Jesus were asking because they were surprised to see
someone whom they thought was a carpenter functioning
as a Rabbi. Jesus was teaching in the synagogue on the
Sabbath; in other words, He was preaching the sermon.
Since they thought He was a carpenter usurping the role
of a Rabbi, they understandably took offense. Apparently,
the synagogue authorities had allowed Him to preach,
which means they believed that He was not "merely" a car-
penter and was a fully qualified "Rabbi."
The New Testament calls Jesus 'rabbi' about 13 times
and the New Testament calls Jesus 'teacher' about 47 times.
These words are synonymous. Jesus called Himself a Rabbi
in Matthew 26:17-19. Nowhere does He 9all Himself a car-
penter.
It may very well be that Jesus' earthly father was a car-
penter and that Jesus was raised learning these skills. We
simply do not know for certain. But we DO find that at the
age of 12 Jesus was already preparing Himself to be a
"teacher." We also know that He purposely waited until He
was 30 years of age to begin His ministry. This was the age
that a person was allowed to officially be a Rabbi and teach
in the synagogues.

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity,from The New Orleans
Baptist theologicall Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International
Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For
more itfornation about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions
for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory
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Casey's Nursery and Landscaping has everything


needed to get your outdoor areas ready for spring!


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain @srpressgazette.comi
How broadly Mother
Nature must smile when she
sees all the extensive prepa-
rations being made at
Casey's Nursery and
Landscaping to help area
residents get a head start
making sure their yards and
outdoor areas come alive
with spring!
Located at 3851 Avalon
Blvd.. in West Milton,
Casey's Nursery and
Landscaping has one of the
most complete inventories
of trees, shrubs, vines,
aquatics, lilies, and ground
cover and shade plants to be
found in Milton, or the
whole Panhandle for that
matter.
With acres of trees and
practically every kind of
hearty vegetation imagina-
ble (that's indigenous to this
area), it's a powerhouse
source for anyone looking
to develop a yard landscap-
ing project or to enhance the
value of their property by
just making it look more
attractive.
Going "green" has long
been popular, and today it's
more important than ever in
our fragile and quality-
declining biosphere. Now,
with the first day of spring
scarcely more than a month
away, it's time to start mak-
ing preparations to meet it
head-on, green and healthy.
Jon and Deb Casey who
own and personally super-
vise the activities at Casey's
Nursery and Landscaping
are wise when it comes to
vegetation growing sched-
ules and have long been
making preparations to have
things ready for you to min-
imize the time and effort it
will cost you when you're
ready!
) You see, Casey's is
another word for nursery
experience. Jon and Deb
come from a family long
associated with the knowl-
edge and appreciation of
propagating and growing
trees, shrubs, flowers, and
ground cover and shade
plants. For 38 years it has
been "family business" to


know and share the art of
cultivating such trees,
shrubs, and flowers for a
healthier, more esthetic
environment around your
home or business.
"We're always thinking
about the customers and
what they may want or
appreciate," Deb said of the
preparations that are con-
stantly evolving on the lot.
"People seem to like a few
new things sprinkled in with
the traditional, and we make
every effort not to disap-
point them. Making variety
and the 'unusual' available
are ways of cultivating cus-
tomers' interests, and we're
good at it simply because
it's something we like to
do."
The hot, new item this
season is the bagel peach.
"We have a new peach tree
this year called the 'bagel
peach' that has everybody's
curiosity aroused," she said,
explaining it as "...a white
fleshed peach, shaped like a
bagel that's really sweet."
Another new product
this year is an almond tree
that's been developed for
this area, along with apri-
cots which they haven't car-
ried before, and weeping
mulberries that are among
some 75 different varieties
of fruit trees, she explained.
Part of the secrete of
their longevity, Deb said, is
the way they operate. She
indicated that strong busi-
ness ethics and dealing only
in the highest quality nurs-
ery stock available have
always been the core of
their public dealings.
"First of all, we only
sell, without exception, the
most healthy stock avail-
able and provide only those
nursery items that will grow
in this area," Deb
explained, pointing out that
no one at Casey's Nursery
will ever try to pass off
items to a customer that
will not grow here. "We've
developed a good reputa-
tion of honesty and integri-
ty over the years and are not
only proud of it, we intend
to keep it!"
Shoppers can find


almost anything nursery
related they are looking for
at Casey's. There are shade
trees, fruit trees, ornamen-
tals, citrus trees (orange,
lemon, lime, kumquat, tan-
gerine, satsuma and calam-
ondin), and palms. Among
the acres of inventory there
are flowering evergreens
and other tropical and sea-
sonal shrubs.
Fruit trees include
apple, peach, pear, pome-
granate, nectarine, plum,
and fig trees. That's not to
mention raspberry, straw-
berry, grape, muscadine,
blueberry, and persimmon
plants, bushes, and trees.
Nut bearing trees include
eight varieties of pecans, as
well as black walnut,
English walnut, and chest-
nuts.
Ornamentals such as
flowering crab-apple, white
dogwood, red dogwood,
purple leaf plum, weeping
pussy willow, and Little
Gein magnolia, as well as
shade trees such as Japanese
sycamore, sweet-gum, tulip
popular, bald cypress, and
bay magnolia are all items
that you'll find at Casey's
Nursery and Landscaping.
And to assist you in the
upkeep and maintenance of
your nursery stock, you'll
find everything you need in
the way of chemicals, fertil-
izers, soil amendments,
mulches, feeders, herbi-
cides, weed preventers, zinc
and magnesium sulfate, and
a host of other items.
As the: name says,
Casey's Nursery and
Landscaping is ready to pro-
vide you with expert land-
scaping services. Discuss
your specifics with Deb or
Jon, and they will be happy
to work with you on solving
any landscaping project or
challenge you can come up
with.
And as for customer
service and assistance,
Casey's offers "Six-Star"
quality. In addition to Jon
and Deb, at any give time
you may be courteously
assisted on the lot by their
daughter Nikki, or customer
service specialist Sue Mock,


,-

Customer Service attendant Sue Mock (right) shows customer Debra Peterson some of the rose
stock that's now available at Casey's Nursery and Landscaping. Waiting for your inspection are
approximately 75 different varieties of perennials and some 1200 roses, including the Jackson
and Perkins line this year. If it's nursery related, you'll find it at Casey's Nursery and Landscaping
located at 3851 Avalon Blvd. between Highway 90 and Interstate 10. Check out the variety, qual-
ity, and affordability of some of the best nursery stock in the Panhandle.
Photo by Obie Crain


among others.
Competitive prices are
also an attractive item to
consider at Casey's. Deb
says now that they have suf-
ficiently recovered from
hurricanes Ivan and Katrina,
they are growing 85 per cent
of their own stock. Simply
put, this means that it's a
reduced expense that can be
passed on to the customer in
the way of lower prices.
Hours are Monday
through Saturday from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Call them at
(850) 623-8109, or better
yet, come out for a visit and
see for yourself what an
unbelievable inventory they
have. They are located just
three miles from Interstate
10 and two miles from
Highway 90, which is con-
venient to access from most
any direction.
Browsing through the
trees, plants, shrubs, newly
developed perennials, and
some 1200 new roses of all
varieties is an adventure just
waiting for you! Take
advantage of it!


Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser
Announces
For Your Convenience
SATURDAY OFFICE HOURS,
9:00 AM 12:00 NOON
In addition to regular hours I
Both
Milton & Midway Offices
January 4th thru March 1st
To assist in exemption filing for:
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
SENIOR CITIZEN EXEMPTION
DISABILITY EXEMPTIONS
AGRICULTURAL CLASSIFICATION
REGULAR OFFICE HOURS:
Monday thru Friday 7:00 am 4:30 pm
For additional information:
(850) 983-1880 or (840) 934-8175
or visit our website at:
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING TO CONSIDER A
TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE


The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners will con-
duct a public hearing to consider proposed text amendments to the
Santa Rosa County Land Development Code. The hearings are
scheduled as follows:

Board of County Commissioners (to review and consider adop-
tion of the amendment):
Thursday, February 28, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

The meeting will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative
Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida. At the public hearing, the Board of County
Commissioners shall consider an ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; AMENDING THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; AMENDING LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE SECTIONS 6.07.00 and 6.07.05
REVISING THE N.AVARRE BEACH COMMERCIAL CORE
AREA, AND REVISING THE USES PERMITTED WITHIN THE
NAVARRE BEACH COMMERCIAL DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR
CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The proposed ordinance may be inspected by the public prior to
the above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County Planning
Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested
parties may appear at the meetings and be heard with respect to
this proposed ordinance. All interested parties should take notice
that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa
County Board of County Commissioners with respect to any matter
coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual
responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they are
appealing exists ahd for such purpose they will need to insure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall
include the testimony and the evidence upon which their appeal is
to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act
and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning
and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 to make a request.
For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770 (Voice). Requests must be
received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to
provide the requested service.


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WEDNESDAY

February 13, 2008

Section B


Pace lifters place at state meet


..7 Paige Hawkins posts third place finsih in

New Port Richey as Pace places 12th overall


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.com
Pace made a statement
Saturday at the Girls
Weightlifting Finals in New

Richey at .,
Ridg ve

Hig h
School.
Tehe
Lad d
Patriot s
finished
1 2 t 11
overall in ,
the team Hawkins
standings
with six points.
Leading the way for
Pace was Paige Hawkins
who finished in third place in
the 139 pound class.
Hawkins posted a two
lift total of 310 pounds.
Entering the clean and
jerk discipline Hawkins was
tied for seventh, but her lift
of 165 pounds propelled her
into third place behind
Enchantre Argo of Lyman
High and Mary Fuller of
Spruce Creek High.
Pace's other lifter of the
meet was Ariel Henry in the
101-pound class.
Pace lifters are seen in an ear-
lier competition this season.
Saturday they finished 12th at
the girls state weightlifting
meet.


Henry finished fifth with
a total of 215 pounds despite
a mishap on her first attempt
in the '
clean and .
jerk.
She post-
was tied
for 115 Hth ery
headingds.
into thenically she might
clean and -
jhave gone higher if it had not



where she fell down..
she post-
ed a lift H
of 115Henry finished tied with
pounds.
Ironically she might
have gone higher if it had not
been for a slip on her first lift
where she fell down.
Henry finished tied with
four other lifters, but due to
pounds over her weight she
took the fifth spot.
I
was very
proud of
o u r
gir lss,"
said Pace

Coach
K en ny
Hughes,
who is in
his first
year. "I Gooden
like what
we accomplished this year
but it is only a start.


We '
are capa-
ble of so

more and
we are to
going to -
get there.
I was
proud of
our girls
at the Wooten
meet."
Spruce Creek won the
over with 56 points followed
by Navarre and New Smyrna
Beach tying for second with
11 points each.
Milton also had two
lifters compete, but they did
not place high enough to
point for the Lady Panthers.
Rakeicia Good finished in
18th place with a total of 275
pounds in the 169-pound
class, while Brittany Wooten
finished 22nd in the unlimited
class.
Milton Head Coach was
very proud 'of his girls and
their efforts.
"Rakie did her best at the
meet for her senior year as she
came a long way in a short
time," said McMillion. "While
Brittany gained a lot of experi-
ence.
"She has a lot of natural
talent, butt now I feel like she
got a taste of what it will take
to compete at the state level if
she really wants to."


Boys' hoops come to a



crashing halt in semis


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
The curtain fell on the
2007-08 boys basketball sea-
son Friday night as Pace,
Milton, and Central fell in
the semi-finals of their
respective district tourna-
ments.
Central held its own
against Paxton in the District
1-A Semi-Finals at Laurel
Hill.
After a blowout on the
Jaguars home court following
the Christmas Break, Central
played a very close first half
as they trailed by only one 20-
19 entering halftime.
But Paxton was ready in
the second half as they pulled
away by outscoring the Jags
21-12 in the third quarter.
Logan Campbell led
Central with 22 points on the
night, while Hunter
Bondurant added 10.
When asked about
Friday's semi-finals Jaguars
veteran head coach Tony
McDonald was very frank
about the game.
"There is not much to
say," said McDonald. "We
got beat. Season over."
Campbell was one
rebound short of a double-
double as he finished the
night with nine boards.
At Pace the Patriots were
looking for one more win to
advance to the state tourna-
ment, but their. shooting
touch seemed to elude them
in a -55-39 loss to
Choctawhatchee.
The Patriots, who were
coming off of their stunning
upset of Ft. Walton Beach on
Tuesday could not find the
*touch in the first quarter as
'they were outscored 11-4.
Things turned around in
the second as they cut the
margin to three, 22-19.
But that would be as
close as it would get.
Justin Wright finished
the game with 12 points to
lead Pace.
-V "I thought we played
well defensively since we


Milton Anthony Loomis carries the ball in a game against Ft. Walton Beach this season. Loomis
earned the running back award at Monday's the Panthers football awards banquet.
File photo


Panthers are honored


Milton first year coach Taf Bentley watches as hi
play this season. The Panthers season ended in
Washington 58-26 at Woodham Middle School.


held Choctaw to fewer points
than Ft. Walton Beach,' said
Pace first year coach Carl
Pippin. "But we really strug-
gled offensively.
"The shots we hit against
Ft. Walton Beach just didn't
fall on Friday night."
Pace finished the game
going 12-for-57 from the
field, hitting 50-percent from
the stripe, and going 1-for-12
beyond the three-point arch.
Pippin couldn't put his
finger on it, but things his
team might have gotten hard-
er in the semis for Pace.
"For the most part I think
the guys got a little tighter,"
aid Pippin. "When you get
tight the rim gets a lot small-


er and harder to sc
At Woodhan
School in Pensac
got off to a slow s
Panthers as th
Washington.
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By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.comn
The Milton Football
Awards banquet was held'
Monday at First Baptist
Church in Milton with several
players being honored for a
successful 2007 football sea-
son.
Caleb Stewart, William
Beasley, and Taliis Brown
s Panthers all three received multiple
a loss to honors on the night.
Stewart was honored
File photo with the Challenger Award,
ore." Offensive Lineman of the
ore. Year, and Toughest
n Middle Offensive Player; Beasley
ola things for his play at inside line
tart for the backer as well as being the
ey faced hardest hitter on the team;
.- while' Brown was awarded


The inal of th me Distnrict
1-4A contest was 58-26, but
the biggest thing that stood
out on the night was the
Panthers being held scoreless
in the first quarter as the
Wildcats jumped out to a 7-0
lead by the end of the first
quarter and extended it to 21-
10 by halftime.
Jamal Smith, Chaz Riley,
Brandon McCloud, and
Brandon Allen all finished
the night with five points
each for the Panthers.


the Defensive Leadership
Award and; the Two-Way
Player of the Year.
Other awards present-
ed Monday night went to
DeMarco Dixon (Offensive
Receiver), Anthony
Loomis (Running Back),
Dustin Land (Total Yards
Contributed), Dedrick
Simmons (Most Versatile),
Travis. Larson (Outside
Linebacker Bandit), Bill
Hyler (Defensive
Lineman), Brandon Gibson
(Defensive Back), Brandon
Monroe (Most Improved
Offense), Derrick
Alexander (Most Improved
Defense), Nick Depontes
(Toughest Defensive
Player), Matt Shouppe


(Kick Game Player), Eric
Baker (Offensive
Leadership Award), Justin
Smith (Defensive Spirit
Award), and Jeff Cranford
(WEAR Scholar Athlete).
The Panthers also hon-
ored the nine Panthers who
played on the Pensacola Sport
Association All-Star Game
East Squad Beasley,
Loomis, Gibson, Ben
Thompson, Dixon, Land,
Brown, Stewart, and
Shouppe.
Also honored were the
five members of the
Milton football team to
make the Class 4A All-
State Team released by the
Florida Sportswriters
Association.


Hoops end, softball begins


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Central bowed out of the
Girls Class A Tournament on
Thursday with a 43-29 loss
to Malone.
The Jags started out well,
but they were done in by the
second quarter against the
District 2-A Champions.


"We played very well
except for the second quar-
ter," said Campbell. "At the
end of the first it was 12-11,
but the wheels fell off in the
second quarter.
"We could not get the
ball across half court and
when we did we got in a
hurry to shoot it, which was a


big mistake against them."
In the second half the Jag
made a, comeback as they
outscored Malone.
Offensively Campbell
praised Haley Kimbrough
and Daysha Enfinger.
"Haley and Daysha
played a very good game for
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Sports


S ports


United Way Fishing
Tournament: The United
Way of Santa Rosa County
and AIG-American General
will hold a bass fishing
tournament 'Fishin' on a
Mission' April 12 at River
Run Marina in Milton.
Registration is $100 per
boat, individual or team and
will begin on Feb. 15.
The Three Rivers B ass
Club of Milton will assist
with the event.
United Way of Santa
Rosa County is also seeking
sponsors for the event.
For more information or
to become a sponsor call
623-4570.
Sports For Squirts:
Pensacola Junior College
Continuing Education is
offering a sports course
geared for children ages
three to five.
Sports -for Squirts will
begin Feb. 19 at the PJC
Gymnastics Center,
Building 19, on the
Pensacola Campus.
The cost is $45 per child
and includes materials.
This class is to help
children learn basic motor
skills in a non-competitive
environment, how to throw,
catch, kick, and bat balls.
For registration call
484-1797 or e-mail efin-
ley@pjc.edu.
Milton Baseball
Registration: The City of
Milton has started its 2008
baseball registration.
Registration is open to
boys and girls ages 7 to 14,
as of April 31st.
Boys and girls age 7 and
8 play coach pitch, while
ages 9-14 play kids pitch.
You can register at the
Milton Community Center
Monday through Friday
noon to 8 p.m. or on
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m.
Registration will con-
tinue through Feb. 28 or
when the teams are full.
Fees this season are $85
for one child and $75 for
each child with two or more
registering.
For more information
call 983-5466.
PARA Baseball and
Softball: Baseball and


Softball registration will' be
held at the Santa Rosa
Sportsplex (P.A.R.A.) every
Tuesday and Thursday start-
ing on Jan. 8th and running
through Feb. 12th.
Registration times will
be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
the Teener Complex in the
center of the Santa Rosa
SportsPlex.
Fees are $120 prior to
Feb. 7 and will increase to
$135 after that date.
Saturday registration is
planned for Feb. 2nd and
Feb. 9th from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Draft and tryouts are
tentatively set for Feb. 7th
at 6 p.m.
For more information
visit www.parayouth-
sports.com.
Gospel Projects;
Registration for T-ball, soft-
ball, and baseball at Gospel
Projects will get underway
Jan. 19 from 9 a.m. to noon.
You can also register at
the Santa Rosa Christian
School from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through
Friday or from 9 a.m. to
noon on Saturday.
Gospel Projects Youth
Athletic Club provides pro-
grams for children raging in
ages from 3 and a half to 14.
If you would like more
information or are interest-
ed in coaching or umpiring
call 623-4671.
East Milton
Basketball: Due to contin-
ued interest, registration for
the East Milton Youth
Basketball League has been
extended through Jan. 12th.
This league is for ages
4-18.
Registration fee is $60
for ages 4-12 and $70 for
13-18. This fee includes
uniform, insurance, and an
award.
Family plans are avail-
able.
The program is also in
dire need of team sponsors.
East Milton Youth
Soccer: Registration for the
spring soccer season will
start Jan. 12th from 10:30
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Registration will be
every Saturday through
Feb. 16th.


When registering please
bring a copy of your child's
birth certificate as proof of
age is required.
Fees range from $55 to
$75 based on age group and
include two jersey's, pair of
shorts and one pair of socks.
Returning players with uni-
form will receive a dis-
count.
Registration is on a first
come first serve basis per
age group based on the
* number of coaches avail-
able and the number of chil-
dren registered per age
group.
They are also in need of
volunteer coaches and
workers.
For more information
contact EMYA Soccer
Director at 994-8510.
East Milton Youth
Baseball: Registration for
East Milton youth baseball
and softball will be held
every Saturday from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. through the end of
February.
Softball ages are seven
to 16 years of age and base-
ball ages are from four to 16
years of age.
The registration fee this
year is $85 for the first child
and $75 for the second.
The registration fee is
non-refundable after the
start of the season.
For more information
call 983-0978.
Ten Star Basketball
Camp: Applications are
now being evaluated for the
Ten Star All Star Summer
Basketball Camp.
This camp is by invita-
tion only and boys as well
as girls ages 10-19 are eligi-
ble to apply.
College basketball
scholarships are possible
for players selected to the
All-American Team. Camp.
For more information call
704-373-0873.
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.


Girls

Continued From Page One
us on offense," said
Campbell. "And the whole
team played great on
defense.
"We just struggled in the
second quarter.
In softball action Pace
improved to 2-0 on the year
and 1-0 in District 1-5A with
a 5-4 win over Choctaw
Friday.
Down 2-0 in the top of
the fifth, Pace got home runs
from Katy Neal and Kirstyn
Joiner to power the a rally to
make it 5-2.
Choctaw would score
two in the bottom of the sixth
before Katy Neal helped shut
the Lady Indians down.
Kira Orr went five and
one third innings for the win
with eight strikeouts.
Neal fanned four of the
five batters she faced for the
save.
At the plate Neal went 3-
for-4 with an RBI and triple,
while Joiner went 2-for-3
with three RBIs.
Thursday Milton
improved to 2-1 as the Lady
Panthers dispatched Pine
Forest 9-1.
The Lady Panthers
jumped out to an 8-0 lead
with four runs in the second
inning and four more in the
fifth.
Alyssa Larson went the
distance allowing one run
and striking out 13 in seven
innings of work.
At the place Chelsea
Hicks went 3-for-3 with a
double and two RBI's.


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Hole-in-One
Steve Jordan carded an ace
on Feb. 2 at Tanglewood
Golf Club. Jordan used a 6-
iron on the 136 yard fifth
hole. This was witnessed by
Zahid Kahn

Stonebrook Golf Club
Stonebrook Ladies
Golf Association

Bell of the Month
Feb. 5, 2008

Bell of the Month: Pat
Goodlife
First Flight Net: 1.Glenda
Daniels, 2. Dean Williams,
3. Joanne Kelley.
Second Flight Net: 1.
Joanne Quesinberry, 2.
Mary Woltersdorf, 3. Janie
Trombley.
First Flight Gross: 1.
Charlotte Wheeler, 2.
Melaine Duvall, 3. Bonnie
Cook.
Second Flight Gross: 1.
Pat Goodlife, 2. Joyce
Parazine, 3. Flora Kyle.
Chip-ins: J. Kelley (No.
15), M. Duvall (No. 7), B.
Cook (No. 15), D. Collins
(No. 1), and G. Daniels
(No. 2).

Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
Feb. 4, 2008

High Game Men: Mike
Hamada 279
High Game Women:
Marcy Allen- 219
High Game Team: none
reported
High Series Men: Danny
Thompson 715
High Series Women:
Marcy Allen 522
High Series Team: none
reported

Overall League Standings:
I. D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 12-4, 2.
Pin Action 11-5, 3. Fun
Bunch 11-5, 4. It Doesn't
Matter 11-5, 5. Three and
One 10-6, 6. Dang's Crew
10-6, 7. We Wuz Robbed
10-6, 8. Strike Force 10-6,
9. Three Gents and Queen
9-7, 10. Strike Force II 9-7,
11. Super Friends 9-7, 12.
Incredibles 9-7, 13. Damn
10 Pin 8-8, 14. New
Recruits 8-8, 15. Dave's
Gang 6-10, 16. Split
Happens 5-11, 17.
Fantastic Four 4-12, 18. M
and J's 4-12, 19. The
Wabbly Balls 4-12, 20. The
Broken Balls 1-15.

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League,
Oops Alley
Feb. 5, 2008

High Game Men: Jim
Westergard 235
High Game Women: Pam
Collier 192
High Game Team: The
Extremists 767
High Series Men: Jim
Westergard 692
High Series Women: Pam
Collier 436 -
High Series Team: The
Extremists 2114


Overall League Standings:
1. The Strike Force 53-27,
2. Just One Drop 47-33, 3.
Unpredictables 44-36, 4.
Optimists 43-37, 5. The
Extremists 42-38, 6.
Mattinators 40-40, 7.
Lucky Strikes 38.5-41.5, 8.
F.O.G. 33-47, 9. The Strike
Team 31.5-48.5, 10. Under
the Influence 28-52.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Jan. 30, 2008

High Scratch Game:
Desma Failing 190
High Scratch Series:
Desma Failing 496
High Scratch Team:
Three Stooges 455
High Handicap Game:
Desma Failing 250
High Handicapped
Series: Desma Failing
676
High Handicapped Team:
Back Alley Cats 1306

Overall League
Standings: 1. Three Peas
in A. Pod 48.5-35.5, 2.
Darlings in the Morning
45-39, 3. Back Alley Cats
43.5-40.5, 4. Three
Stooges 40-44, 5. Almost
Should Been 39-45, 6.
Honey Bears 36-48.

Opps Saturday Youtth
League
Oops Alley
Feb. 9, 2008

Boys Division 1 Scratch
Game: Miles Massey 210
Boys Division 1 Scratch
Series: Miles Massey 594
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Game: Stephen Henry -
231
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Series: Stephen Henry -
581
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Game: Tanner Newman -
171
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Series: Jason Nail 405
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Game: Wayne English -
177
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Series: Wayne English -
458 ,
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Game: Scott Butts 127
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Series: Andrew Blackmon
303
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Game: Trey Tomey 103
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Series: Trey Tomey 230
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Game: Stephanie Heitman
174
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Series: Stephanie Heitman
469
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Game: Aerial Viars 97
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Series: Aerial Viars 259

Overall League
Standings: 1. Strike Force
15-5, 2. Strike Inc. 15-5, 3.
Strike Force Kids 9.5-10.5,
4. Fantastic Four 9-11, 5.
SPatriots 9-11, 6. Pin
Crushers 2.5-17.5.


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Milton, Florida 32570
850-623-5272
www.volvorenls.comn/inilton
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COMMUNITY


W.H. Rhodes Elementary '


Together We Can Make The Difference *


Please note: Information on the School pages is provided in whole by the individual educational facilities which are wholly responsible for its content.
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W. H. Rhodes Recognizes Linda Pope as our School Related Employee of the Year

LINDA POPE
FOOD SERVICE MANAGER

Mrs. Linda Pope began her career in the Santa Rosa County Schools as a substitute in
August, 1994. The next year, Mr. Rogers hired her as a food service worker at Kings Middle
School. She became a Manager in 2000.' This is her 3rd year as Rhodes Food Service
Manager.
Mrs. Pope is married to Terry Pope and they have 3 daughters: Jennifer Bare, Traci Rees,
and Jessica Pope and 1 grandson, Nathan Rees.
Mrs. Pope arrives early and works late and is always smiling. She works hard and with
her staff serves around 1,220 meals per day. She is always very conscientious of the children's
needs and what would be best for the students at Rhodes.
She says, "I love working at Rhodes. The teachers and staff are outstanding and they give
a 100 percent. We feed a lot of children and it's great to be in Wal-mart and hear these little
voices say, 'There is my lunch lady'." On several occasions she makes extra goodies and
shares them with the faculty and staff. Mrs. Pope is humble and works hard to make our cafe-
teria inviting. She is always very positive; we have never heard her say anything negative. All
of these wonderful qualities are the reason she has been selected to represent our school for the
School Related Employee of the Year.


Rhodes Teacher of the Year Melissa Albro


Melissa Albro says, "Being chosen as the representative for the dynamic teachers at
W.H. Rhodes Elementary is an honor and responsibility I hold very close to my heart."
In 1999 Mrs. Albro graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of
Science degree in Elementary Education. She has had a variety of teaching experiences
since then, including: founding member and lead teacher of a 3rd-5th multi-age class at
the Charter School of Arts and Science in Tallahassee, FL; resource teacher within the
Eckerd Wilderness Education System; and second grade teacher in the Everglades region
of Clewiston, FL. She has been employed as a third grade teacher at Rhodes Elementary
for two.and a half years. During her time at Rhodes, she has acted as the Site Facilitator
for the Supplemental Educational- Services program and served as a member of the
Positive Behavior Support Team.
Mrs. Albro says, "Teaching isn't my job or career, it is my passion! I view each day
as a new opportunity to influence the life of a young person. Being an influential figure
in a young person's life is a responsibility that I take very seriously. I believe each child
is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring, and stimulating atmosphere in which to
grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. I want every one of
my'students to know that I believe in their worth as a person and as a learner, no matter
what kind of background or ability level they bring to my classroom." In her classroom,
she enjoys learning activities such as gardening, cooking, and reader's theater.
She enjoys scrapbooking, trying new recipes, and spending time with her husband
Paul Albro, a PE Teacher at Rhodes.




Together We Can



Make The Difference


Mrs. Waller's Kindergarten class at Rhodes Elementary School salute the flag during
Milton Higlt School's Homecoming Parade.

Peggy Carroll, Youth Activity Chairman from the V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary Post 4833 of
Milton, Fl, came to the school and taught Mrs. Waller's Class how to salute the flag as it pass-
es by in a parade. These young people are showing respect and pride in their flag and coun-
try.


3rd Grade "A" Honor Roll

Angel Biaggini
Nikki Delagarz
Diana Redden
Joshua Estrada
Georgia Farless
Caitlyn Harrigill
Malia Herrera
Ashley Matthews
Logan Pitts
Josiah Pool
Heavyn Porter
Megan Predmore
Delma Rubio
Makenzie Worthington,



4th Grade "A" Honor Roll

Elijah Blackamore
Annabeth Briggs
Dakota Cauley
Mary Cathryn Cavazos
Kyle Delauretis
Jadarius Hill
Soha Khan
Justin Larson
Isabelle Lopez
Lindsey McCarty
Kate Powers
Benjamin Thames
Karlyn Waters
Mikaela Worley



5th Grade "A" Honor Roll

Jordan Ardoin
Taylor Ford
Makyla herrera
Kyle Kaniper
Autumn Matthews
Sarra Merritt
Zachary Meyer
John Muok
Kirsten Peaden
Tom Piscopo
Johathan Pool
Andy Smith
Chloe Smith
Alexis Worrell


4th Grade "A/B" Honor Roll

Lauryn Adelman
Kiara Brooks
Dominque Cale
Alexis Clark
Ben Coulter
Jasmine Cueves
Sarah Demond
Kobi Floyd
Christie George
Alyssa Grissard
J.T. Hamm
Hank Hard
Andrew Harper
Danielle Henrichsen
Jojo Hilliard
Louis Jackson
William Johnson
Tahj Jones
Alicia King
Chandler Mapoles
Nicole Martinez
Olivia McLaughlin
Taylor Moreland
Jessica Nelson
Alexander Robey
Chance Shell
Chase Shell
Autumn Stephen
Hannah Temple
Kristin Treadaway
Justin Wheeler
Kassisi Wiley
Tyler Wood

3rd Grade "AB" Honor Roll

Christian Atchinson
Jasmine Bethea
Shianne Brewer
Kyleigh Carpenter
Christopher Carter
David Carraway

Christy Clark
Jai'lynn Colvin-Ellis,'
Christopher Custodio
JerVaungh Craig
Sya Darbonne
Quintin Davies
Regan Delabruere
Caitlyn Dunn
Kersten Freeman
Kaitlynn Frierson
Gabrean Gurndin
Garrett Hale
Mason Harris
Courtney Hubble
Brianna Hunter
Skylar.linright
Noah Klein
Zachary Klempke
Annika Knox
Molly Likes -
Madeleine Luedtke
Christian Mason
Mya McDuffie


Colton Melton
Alex Meyer
Kristian Neary
Adriana Odom
Angel Parks
Gernaro Poppe
Travon Price
Sarah Proffitt
Anna Pugh
Ryler Richmond
Jose Rodriguez
Chris Scott
viorgan Scroggins
Warren Sells
Demahdric Slack
Ashleigh Smith
Caleb Stacey
Jordan Stansbury
Jonathin Tedder
Brittany Thomas .
3abrielle Thomas
Jaylia Thomas
Lexi Turner '
mutumn Valderama
hristopher Vaughan
Elizabeth Waldrop
Courtney Welch
Meagan Williams

i Grade "A-B"
Honor Roll

Dakotah Bays
Tyler Bemis
\ndrew Blackmon
Anietria Brown
Destiny Carrion
Merrie Coates
Lakendra Cook
Zachary Crum
James Davis
Whitney Dowell
Courtney Duncan
Jayci Floyd
Skylar Fontaine
Toni Gray
indevious Harrison
Gregory hunt
Kizzy Hyman
Jake Legget
Luke Leggett
Antonio Lopez
Angel Maroone
Gracey McDonald
Haley Moran
Savanna New
Brittani Pate
Christian Perry
Vlatthew Predmore
Jenny Schmidt
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' -SS" Judgment, to-wit: this lawsuit will be mailed Legal 2/120 ida 33634 and file the original
to the address on record with this Court either before
LOT 15 BLOCK 3, SEC- at the clerk's office. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF service onPlaintif's aeorne dr
OND ADDITION TO STAR WAR NG Rule 2.25 THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- immediately thereafter oer-
k Y HILL ESTATES SANTA WARNING: Rule 12285, CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA wise a defult w ill be entered
SROSA COUNTY FLOR- Florida Family Law Rules ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA against you for the relief de-
ROS 1 IDA, ACCORDIFJG O- of Procedure, requires cer- CIVIL ACTION handed in the Complaint or pe-
ANNOUNCEENTS IDA, ACCORDING TO ain automatic disclosure CASE NO, .2007 3S95 CA titian.
THE PLAT THEREOF RE- of documents and infor- DIVISION B This notice shall be published
1100 Legal Advertising CORDED IN PLAT BOOK mation. Failure to comply once each week for vtwo consec-
1110 Classified Notices "B", AT PAGE 125, OF can result in sanctions, in- U.S. BANK NATIONAL AS- uive weeks in the Press Go-
THE PUBUC RECORDS OF ludin7g dismissal or strik- SOCIATION AS TRUSTEE zette
.1120 Public Nollces/ SAID COUNTY. ing o pleadings. FOR BEAR STEARNS ALT-A WITNESS my hand and the sea
Announcements TRUST 2006-3 MORT- of this Court on this 24 day o
1130 Adoptions Any person claiming an inter- Dated: January 16, 2008. GAGE PASS-THROUGH January, 2008.
1140 Happy Ads est in the surplus rom the CLERK OF THE CIRCU ERTIFICATES, SERIES Mry M Johnson
1150 Personals sle t any other than the COURT ti2006- Clerk of the Court
1160- Lost properly owner as of the date CIRCUIT COURT SEAL vsin. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
1170 Found o the is pendens must hie a By: Carmen Emery I 'n Is
claim within 60 days after Deputy Clerk CHARLES E. GRIX, et al, 1-. Cr, Clerk
the sale 012308 Defndant(s). 020608
Dated this 29 day of Janu- 013008 NOC S 1308
ary, 2008. 020608 F urI ncAM'E SALE21
,'gd,1>1,Q4.4,-, Mary M. Johnson 1/69 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur. Legal 2/123
Clerk of the Circuil Court suant to an Order Rescheduling I T IRI C T
1/71 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Legal 2/118 Foreclosure Sale dated January THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
By: Brandy Norris 17 2008 and entered in Case THE IST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NO 2007 395-CA of the Cir IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
ITHE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- OrTH CE F E FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- cut Court of 1he FIRST Judicial COUNTY FLORIDA
THE FIN AND FOR SANTA THE LAW OFFICES OF DA- CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA GENERA JURISDICTION
R k ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA County, Florida wherein US DIVISION
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA VID J. STERN PA ATTOR- CIVIL ACTION BAN NATIONAL ASSOCIA CASE NO: 07-825 CA
Case No.: 07-1931-DR NEY FOR PLAINTIFF CASE NO. TION AS TRUSTEE FOR BEAR US BANK NATIONAL ASSO
Division: E 801 S. University Drive Suite 2006-000096-CA STEARNS ALT-A TRUST 200-3 U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO
Bobby Gene Mabire, Il 500 DIVISION MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CITATION
Petition Plantation, FL 33324 CERTIFICATES SERIES 20063 PLAINTIFF
Petitioner954233-8000 CENLAR FSB, SUCCESSOR is the Plaintiff and CHARLES E' VS
and 07-03721(CWF) MY MERGER TO CENLAR GRIX LINDA JUAREZ GRIX -RCH
SERVICING, INC., PRITCHARD POINT RICK :'.' i RIHEE S
Rachel N. Pitman, IN ACCORDANCE WITH Plaintiff, HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIA ARD S
Respondent. THE AMERICANS WITH DIS- TION INC MORTGAGE BENSC. ALLUN
RespondenT ES AMERICA IT H DiS- s. ELECTRONIC 'REGISTRATION KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
ABILITIES ACT, persons with SYSTEMS INCORPORATED BY THROUGH UNDER AND
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR disabilities needing a special TERESITA B. HOBAN, et al, AS NOMINEE FOR COUN. AGAINST THE D EREIN
PATERNITY AND OTHER accommodation should con- Defendant(s). TRYWIDE. HOME LOANS, NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
REUEF tact COURT ADMINISTRA- INC- TAYLOR MARINE CON- KNTISN TWHO BARE DEAD ORT
TO: Rachel N. Pitmon TION, at the SANTA ROSA NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED STRUCTION INC TENANT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
5088 Frank Pittman Road, County. Courthouse at FORECLO SALE _1l#l IN/K/A PAUL. TNANT #2 ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
5088 Frank Pittman Road, un Courthouse at ,_QE LSU N/K/A SHAUNET NACHOAS KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
Munson, PFL32583 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or N/KA SHAUNT NICHOLAS KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
1-800-955-8770, via Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ur- are the Defendants, I will sell to AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an acRelayService suant to an Order Rescheduing the highlesIt and best bidder for HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES
YOU ARENOTIFIED that anac- Relay Service. Foreclosure Sale dated January cash at STEPS OF THE SANTA OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
tion has been fired against ou 17 2008 and entered in Case ROSA COUNTY COURT- HOLLY BY THE SEA IMPROVE-
and that you are requiredto 020608 NO. 2006-000096CA of the HOUSE at 11.00AM on the 20 MENT ASSOCIATION INC
serve a copy of your written de- 021308 Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi. day of February, 2068, the fo. MORTGAGE ELECRONYSTEMS
enses, if any, to it on Bobby 2/136 cial Circuit in and for SANTA lowing described property as REGISTRATION DO SYSTEMS
Gene Maobre III on or before __ ___ ROSA County Florida wherein set for'lh in said Final Judgment: DOC AS UNKNOWN TEN
February 18 2008, and file he eg 111 CENAR F SUCCESSORNTS N POSSESSION
original with the clerk of this a MY MERGER TO CENLAR LOT 1, BLOCK C ANTS IN POSSESSION
Court t 6865 Care Street Leal Ad SERVICING, INC., is the Plain- PRITCHAID POINT SUBDI' DEFENDANTS)
Miltio, FL 32570, before serv- tiff and TERESITA B HOBAN' VISION, ACCORDING TO
ice an Petitioner or immediately City of Milton TENANT #1 N/K/A MICHELLt THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO-
Ihereafter If ou fail to do Case # 08-6059-0401 HOBAN are the Defendants, I CORDED IN PLAT BOOK E SURE SALE
so, a default may be en- Plaintiff, will sell to the highest and best PAGE 22 OF THE PUBLI C
there against you for the bidder for cash at STEPS OF RECORDSOF SANTA ROSA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
relief demanddinthepe- v. THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COUNTY, FLORIDA. suati to an Order Granting the
tTtan. COURTHOUSE ot 11:00AM ,Motion to Reset Foreclosure
The Estate of Ed Lewis and on the 20 day of February AK/A 2036 PRITCHARD Sale dated January 17, 2008
Copients inof allthis caseourt docu- Magie Lewis, 2008, the following described PINT DRIVE, NAVARRE, FL 07-825 CA of thein Circuit Courtase N
cmentsudinorthiders careavai Defndants ,I et forth in said F, 32566 of the 1ST Judicial Circuit in
e atthe Clerkof the Cir- TO: The heirs, devisees, grant Any person claiming and for SANTA ROSA Coun
cut Court's office. You ees assinees, lienors, credi- LOT 4 BLOCK "B" interest in the surplus MILTON Forida, I ill sell o
may review these docu- tars, trustees, and all parties KINGSWOOD 11I UNRE- from the sale, if any, the high and best bidder for
ments upon request, claiming an interest by through CORDED. other than the proery cash at THE NORTH FRONT
You must keep under or against the Estate ot owner as of the dae of STEPS OF THE COURTHOUSE
You must keep the Corik Ed Lewis, deceased and Maq- COMMENCE AT THE the Us Pend'ens must file a of the SANTA ROSA County
of the Circuit Court's ce gre Lewis, deceased and aTI NORTHWEST CORNER OF claim within sixty (60) SCourthouse, 6865 CAROLIN
notified of your currnt orties having or claiming to THE NORTHEAST QUARTER days after the sale. 1100 TREET, MILTON, Florida, at
addrieus. (Yo u ma file have any righ title or interest in OF SECTION 32, TOWN- 1100 a 0m. on the 20 day of
Notice of Current Adress, theproper cried as 5588 SHIP 2 NORTHRANGE 28 WITNESS MY HAND and the sFebruary, 2008 the following
Florida SuapremmeCourt Oscela Sfreet, MilonaFlorida WEST, SANA ROSA seal of this Court on January described property s set Jud
amiy Lar 32570,moreprticuarly de- COUNTY FLORIDA; 25, 2008, in said Summary Final Judg
95.) Futur papers is scr bed as Lot 4 Block 'S" in THENCE O SOUTH 89 DE- nt, twi. OCK 141
is lawsuit wile mailed Milton Addition as per map o GREES, 04 MINUTES 31 MaM. JohnsonLOT CK 141
to the address on record James Quinn Tract made by SECONDS EAST ALNG Cler o te Circuit Court HLLEY BY THE SEA,
at the clerk's office. W.J Stephens, srveyor or F.. THE NORTH LINE OF SEC- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SUBDIVISION OR A POR-
WAoIN: u 1 208 Chaffin, November 8th, 1897, TION 32 A DISTANCE OF By: Angela Dunn TION OF SECTIONS 3 4,
FloWARNING: Rule 12285, and recorded in Book "Z" at 216.02 FEET; THENCE GO Deputy Clerk 1112 13, 22 AND24,SOUTH
Florida Family Law Rul es page 255 of the records of SOUTH 00 DEGREES, 09 RNGE WEST AND ALOUTH
of Procedure,requires cer- Santa Rosa County, Florida; oth. MINUTES, 55 SECONDS 02608 RANGE 27 WEST 14AND A
tain automatic disclosure erwise known as Parcel # WEST A DISTANCE OF 021308 OF SECTIONS 10, 14ANSOUTH
of documents and infor- 34-2N-28-0570-OOSOO-0040. 1167.02 FEET ALONG THE 2/120 15 TO WNSHIP 2 SOUANTA
motion. Failure ton cmpoy YOU ARE HEREBY notified EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE ROSA COUNTY FTLORIDA
can result in sanctions, n- that a Special Hearin is sched- OF LIA DRIVE (A 50 FOOT ACCORDING TO PLAT RE-
Fludinj dismissal or sthik- uled or April 14, 2008, at RIGHT OF WAY) TO A CORDED IN PLAT BOOK B
ing o pleadings. 5:30 p.m. located at 6738 POINT OF CURVATURE; AT PAGE 155 OFTHE PUB-
Dixon Street within the Council THENCE GO ALONG A LC RECORDS OF SAID
Dated: January 16,2008. Chambers in regard to the struck. CURVE TO THE LEFT HAV- COUNTY
l THE CIRCUIT ure located at 5588 Osceola ING A- RADIUS OF 25.00 COUNTY.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Sre, Miton, FL 32570 FEE AN ARC DISTANCE rson mi an interest
COURT Pursuant to the provisions of the OF 38.90 FEET (CHORD A arson -' I
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Americans with Disabilities Act, EQUAL TO 35.10 FEET- in surp Ins rmshe sole if
By: Suzanne Broks any person retiring special a CHORD BEARING EUA Legal 2/121 any other han the properly
Deputy Clerk commodalions to participate in TO SOUTH 44 DEGREES Owneras uo lire date oclireI
Sthis Special Hearing is asked to 24 MINUTES, 53 SECOND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF wlent days at r The sai
02308 adise the City at least 48 hours EAST) TO THE POINT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- n days after the sale
03008 before the meeting by contact- TANGENCY SAID POINT CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA Dated this 23 day of January,
020608 ing City Hall, 57Y8 Dixon LYING ON THE NORTH ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA 2008
021308 Street Milton or by calling RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CIVIL ACTION A 208
1/71 983-5440. HERMITAGE DRIVE; CASE NO.: 07-1166 CA M Jonson
THENCE GO SOUTH 88 DE- DIVISION: B CTlerr of the Circuit Court
013008 AGREES, 59 MINUTES, 41 CNCUT COURT SEAL
2/136 020608 SECONDS EAST AL6NG ALASKA SEABOARD PART- CIRCUITOURT SEAL
S Y 021308 SAID NORTH RIGHT OF NERS LIMITED PARTNER- By.al n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 022008 WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF SHIP, A DELAWARE LIM- Deputy Clerk
OF THE 1ST JUDICIAL 1/111 282.11 FEETTO THE POINT ITED PARTNERSHIP, IN ACCORDANCE WITH TE
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OF BEGINNING THENCE PlaintiIN AMERICCORDANCE WITH THEDA
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, CONTINUE SOUfH 8 DE- TIES ACTN persons withD
SANTA ROSA COUNT, AGREES 59 MINUTES, 41 vs. TIES ACT, persons ill
FLORIDA Legal 1/69 SECONDS EAST A DIS- disabilities needing a special
DVSOWN I NITHE n CIR CITCURFo ?ein .t SECO DS E I- accommodation should contact
DIVISION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TANCE OF 81.73FEETTOA STEVE A. HERNANDEZ, et COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
POIENDNT:OF7C05VTUAEHEFRStD ISrPOINT OF CURVATURE RA al,
CASE NO: 071059CA THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- THENCE GO ALONG Defendantss. urth oue SANTA ROSA C
COUNTY ID ROS COUNTY FLOR IDTA CURVE TO THE LEFT HAV- 18009558771 (Tl or
COUNTRYWIDE HOME ING A RADIUS OF 25.00 NOTICE OF ACTION 1800955-8770, va orida
LONTS D NC HOM Case isNo.: 07-202 DR FEET AN ARC DISTANCE ATOi80- v la
PLAINTIFF DsOFa J9.73 FEET (A CHORD TO: STEVE A. HERNANDEZ Relay Service,
EQUAL TO 35.68 FEET A LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 020608
SKevin R. Viberl, CHORD BEARING NORTH 2500 BLUEWATER DRIVE 02060
BRIAN K. LOWE; TAMEA Petitioner 45 DEGREES 29 MINUTES NAVARRE, FL 32566 021308
RM. LOWE ; ANY AND ALL and 00 SECOND EAST) TO THW21
MK LOWE ANY'ANDEALL and POINT OF TANGENCY, CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
UNKNOWBN PARTIES R9k SAID POINT LYING ONF KNOWN L 2/12
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, Unknown Father, THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY Legal 2/124
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE Respondent. LINE OF VERNA WAY (A ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
HEREII NAMEDINDIVID-FOR50 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY); PARTIES CLAIMING BY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
UAL DEFENDANTAINIVI H NOTICE OF ACTION FOR THENCE GO NORTH 00 DE- THROUGH, UNDER, AND THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE AGREES, 02 MINUTES 20 AGAINST THE HEREIN CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER TO' UNKNOWN FATHER SECONDS WEST AL6NG NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES TONKN lost known ad SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE FENDANTISI WHO ARE CIVIL ACTION
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST dresspaUNKNOWN A DISTANCE OF 150.67 NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD CASE NO. 07-840 CA
ASS Stress) UNKNOWN DFEET- THENCE GO NORTH OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID DIVISION B
SEES GRANTSES OR OTHERR YOU ARE NOTIFIED than an aSE-89 DEGREES 02 MINUTES, UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
MANTSBENFORCTHER YOU ARE NOTIFIED than an ac15SECONDS WEST DIS- CLAIM AN INTEREST AS WASHINGTON MUTUAL
CLAIMANTS; BENEFICIAL lioan has been filed against you TANCE OF 103.98 FEET; SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI- BANK
FLORIDA, INC.; JOHN DOE and that yo are required to THENCE GO SOUTH 01 DE- SEES, GRANTEES, OR F/K/A WASHINGTON MU-
AND JANE DOE AS UN- F erve a copy o your written de. AGREES, 00 MINUTES, 19 OTHER CLAIMANTS TUAL BANK, FA,
KNOWN TENANTS IN POS- nses, whaytaddress is 3248o SECONDS WEST A DIS- Plaintiff,
SESSION Vibert, whose address i 3248 TANCE OF 176.02 FEET TO IASr KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- vs.
SESSION I ?Notre'Dame Dr., Gulf Breeze, THE POINT OF BEGINN- KNOWN
DEFENDANT(S) FL 32563 on or before Febru- THE PEDRO C. URA, et al,
or, 18 2008 and fof iehe origi- CURRENT ADDRESS; UN- Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLO- noal with the clerk of this Court at A/K/A 5844 -Hermitage Circle, KNOWN
SURESALE 6865 Caroline Street Milton FL ilo, FL 3250 N OF RESCHEDUED
32570, before service on iPeti-, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- FOECISURE.SaLE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tioner or immediatelytherealer Any person claiming an lion to foreclose a mortgage on
pursuant o a Sumrrary Final If you fail' to do so, a de- interest in the surplus the following property in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ur-
t of Foreclo fault may be entered from the sole, if ay, SANTA ROSA County, Florida: suant to an Order Resciheduling
judgment o s orec deanre against you for the relief other than the propert, Foreclosure Sale dated January
dted January i28l2008 ase No demanded in the petition. owner as of the date of LOT 3, BLOCK 10 WHIS- 17 2008 anrd entered in Case
07tered 1059 CiA OFthe Circuit o the Lis Pendens must file a PERING PINES ESTATES NO. 07-840 CA of the Circuit
Cour CA th 1ST Jdircuia C- piets in talh ca dc-in claim within sixty (60) PHASE II, ACCORDING TO Court of the FIRST Judicial Cir-
Court oihe 1ST Judicial Cir- ments in this case, in- days after the sale. THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE- cuit in and or SANTA ROSA
cul in and for SANTA ROSA ludnordeCORDED IN PLAT BOOK D C ounity, Florida wherein WASH-
County, Milton, Florida, I will ble athe Clerkc f the Cir- WITNESS MY HIAND and thie PAGE 29 OF THE PUBLIC INGTON MUTUAL BANK
sell to the highest and besl cuit Court's office. You seal of this Court on January RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA F/K/A WASHINGTON MU-
bidder for cash al the North may review these docu- 23, 2008, COUNTY, FLORIDA. TUAL BANK, FA in Ire Plainlif
Front Steps of the Courthouse ments upon request, and PEDRO C. LIRA SONIA
Sth SANTA ROSA Cunt y M .M Johnson has been filed against you and LIRA' ANY AND ALL UN-
Coutlhose lAcated at 6865 C o us ep ir Clero aflhie Circuitl Court you ar7 required to serve a KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
Caroline Slreel, Milon, Flor- notified of your currice CIRCUIT.COURTyAter hdefeirnses BY THROUGH UNDEREAND
Ida 32570 in Milton, Florida, address (You may file By: J. Walkis iys ater te flrit Ai AINSTDIHEU EREIND
at11:00 am. an th 12 day NoticeCurrentAddressDupuly Clek h ,,, if alry, on Florida NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
of March, 2008 he following Florida Supre Court Ap- -,--, -, ,,,,n Gae, P Los ad. KNOWN' TO BARE DEAD OR
described properly as se proved Family Law Form is 911' i AIIVE, WIHETHER SAID UN-
,orlh in said Summary Final 12.915.) Future papers in I .. Sui I.., KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM


L10 ,A1 10,4.-,--... 1110J&ea
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, Any person claiming an MINUTES 56 SECONDS EAST
HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES, interest in the surplus A DISTANCE OF 1137.66
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; from the sqle, if any, FEET TO THE POINT OF BE-
WASHINGTON MUTUAL other th an e property GINNING THENCE CON.
BANK PFA; TENANT #1 owner as o the date o TINUE SObTH 89 DEGREES
N/K/A ELIZABETH SCHERER; the Us Pendens must file a 2 4
TENANT #2 N/K/A ADAM claim within silty (60) MINUTES 56 SECONDS EAST
SCHERER are the Defendants, I days after the sale. A DISTANCE OF 208.71 FEET;
wdl sell to the highest and best h THENCE GO SOUTH 01 DE-
bidder for cash at STEPS OF WITNESS MY HAND and the GREES 13 MINUTES 53 SEC-
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY seal of this Court on January ONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM, 24,2008. 208.71 FEET THENCE GO
on the 20 -I February NORTH 89 DEGREES 24 MIN-
2008, the ', described Mary M. Johnson UTES 56 SECONDS WEST A
property as set orlf in said Fi- Clerk of the Circuil Court DISTANCE OF 208.71 FEET;
nalJudgmen: CIRCUIT COURT SEAL THENCE GO NORTH 01 DE-
By Susan Land AGREES 13 MINUTES 53 SEC-
LOT 4, BLOCK 4, NORTH Deputy Clerk ONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
SHORES FIRST AbDIION, 208.71 FEEt TO THE POINT
A SUBDIVISION ACCORD- 020608 OF BEGINNING. BEING A
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF 021308 PORTION OF THE NORTH-
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2/125 EAST QUARTER OF THE
C PAGE 67 OF THE PUB- SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF
LU RECORDS OF SANTA SECTION 8 TOWNSHIP 2
1812 MUSTANG Legal 2/130 IDA AND CONTAINING
I NAVARRE, FL 32566 R 1,000 ACRES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Any person claiming an FOR SANTA ROSA TOGETHER WITH THE FOL-
nterest in the surplus COUNTY, FLORIDA LOWING DESCRIBED EASE-
from the sale, if ny, CASE NO: MENT FOR INGRESS/EGRESS:
other than the property 2007-CA-001323
owner as of the dae of DMSION: A COMMENCE AT THE NORTH-
the Us Pendens must file a U C N : WEST CORNER OF THE
caim withn sity (60) 552007CA001323XXCICI NORTHEAST QUARTER OF
days after tesale. THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER
WALTER MORTGAGE COM- OF SECTION 8, TOWNSHIP 2
WITNESS MY HAND and the PANY NORTH RANGE 29 WEST,
seaI oF this Court on January Plaintiff, SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
24, 2008 vs IDA- THENCE GO SOUTH 89
DEGREES 24 MINUTES 56
Mary M Johnson WANDA S. PLAYER; UN- SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
Clerk of the Circuit Court KNOWN SPOUSE OF OF 943.66 FEET TO THE
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL WANDA S. PLAYER; JOHN POINT OF BEGINNING;
By: Susan Land DOE ; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
Deputy Clerk Defendant (s), 89 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 56
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
020608 NOTICE OF SALE OF 402.71 FEET- THENCE GO
021308 SOUTH 01 DEGREES 13 MIN-
214 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN UTES 53 SECONDS WEST A
THAT, PURSUANT TO THE DISTANCE OF 20.00 FEET;
JUDGMENT OF FORECLO- THENCE GO NORTH 89 DE-
S U R E AGREES 24 MINUTES 56 SEC-
ENTERED IN THE ABOVE BONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
CAUSE I WILL SELL THE PROP- 382.71 FEET- THENCE GO
Legal 2/125 ERTY SITUATED IN SANTA SOUTH 01 DEGREES 13 MIN-
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, DE- UTES 53 SECONDS WEST A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SCRIBED AS: DISTANCE OF 914.86 FEET;
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- THENCE GO NORTH 89 DE-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA SEE EXHIBIT X ATTACHED AGREES 24 MINUTES 56 SEC-
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA TO THIS PLEADING > BONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
CIVIL ACTION 593.46 FEET THENCE GO
CASE NO. 2007-655-CA EXHIBIT "X" NORTH 00 DEGREES 51 MIN-
DMIVISION B (Legal Description) UTES 29 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 24730 FEET-
DEUTSCHE BANK TRUST PARCEL A: THENCE GO SOUTH 89 L DE
COMPANY AMERICAS COMMENCING AT THE GREES 06 -MINUTES 45 SEC-
FORMERLY KNOWN AS NORTHWEST CORNER OF BONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
BANKER'S TRUST COM- THE NORTHEAST QUARTER 20.00 FEET; THENCE GO
PANY AS TRUSTEE AND OF THE SOUTHWEST QUAR- SOUTH 00 DEGREES 51 MIN-
CUSTODIAN BY: SAXON TER OF SECTION 8, TOWN. UTES 29 SECONDS WEST A
MORTGAGE SERVICES SHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 29 DISTANCE OF 227:20 FEET;
INC. F/K/A MERITECH WEST, SANTA ROSA THENCE GO SOUTH 89 DE-
MORTGAGE SERVICES, COUNTY FLORIDA THENCE AGREES 24 MINUTES 56 SEC-
INC. AS ITS ATTORNEY IN GO SOUTH 89 DEGREES 24 BONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
FACT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARK WOLVERTON, et al, ...
Defendantss. fl 7"p


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- '
suant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated January
17 2008 and entered in Coase .
NO. 2007-655-CA of the Cir-
cult Court of there FIRST Judicial
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA
County, Florida wherein DEUT- P H L CR
SCHE BANK TRUST COM-
PANY AMERICAS FORMERLY
KNOWN AS BANKER'S TRUST Registered home has Coker's Lawn &
COMPANY AS TRUSTEE AND openings for all ages. Tractor Service. From
CUSTODIAN BY: SAXON -
MORTGAGE SERVICES INC. Cl Kimberly t trimming to tractor work.
F/K/A MERITECH MORTGAGE 626-9328 Clean-ups, roking, haul-
SERVICES INC AS ITS ATTOR- ing mowin buho-
NEY IN FACT,, is the Plaintiff n dIng mowingrk Reasonagg-
an A R WOLVER \Af I\FTO N:I dit. .r


GLADYS WOLVERTON
PRIMEQUITY, LLC; ae te De-
fendants, I wilsell 1o the highest
andbest bidder for casr at
STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 20-. -
February 2008, the IIt-
described property as i t:.1,
in said Final Judgment:
A PORTION OF A PARCEL
OF LAND AS DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
445, AT PAGE 680 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
FLORIDA, BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:
BEGIN AT AN EXISTING
ONE-HALF INCH DIAMETER
METAL PIPE AT AN INTER-
SECTION WITH THE
SOUTHERLY LOT LINE OF
LOT 28 BEING A LOT IN
AN UNRECORDED SUBDI-
VISION KNOWN AS MIN-
IATURE ESTATES, MILTON
DEVELOPMENT AND THE
APPARENT WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
MALONE ROAD
(APPARENT 50 FEET R/W),
SAID PIPE LYING NORTH
26 DEGREES 19 MINUTES
34 SECONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 2,402.19 FEET
AND SOUTH 90 DEGREES
00 MINUTES 00 SECONDS
EAST A DISTANCE OF
1,100.51 FEET OF THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
SECTION 18,1 (A COMMON
CORNER) TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH, RANGE 27 WEST
SANTA ROSA COUNTY'
FLORIDA- THENCE NORTH
26 DEGiEES 19 MINUTES
34 SECONDS EAST ALONG
SAID APPARENT WEST-
ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
A DISTANCE OF 314.65
FEET- THENCE RUN NORTH
63 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
31 SECONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 400.00 FEET-
THENCE RUN SOUTH 26
DEGREES 20 MINUTES 31
SECONDS WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 314.76 FEET TO
THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID
LOT 28; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 63 DEGREE 38
MINUTES 30 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH
LINE OF LOT 28 A DIS-
TANCE OF 400.09 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINN-
ING. SAID PARCEL BEING
A PORTION OF LOT 28,
MINIATURE ESTATES.
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553.59 FEET THENCE GO
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UTES 53 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 914.86 FEET
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ING. SAID PARCEL OF LAND
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AT PUBLIC SALE TO THE
HIGHEST AND BEST BIDDER,
FOR CASH, AT 11:00 AM O0N
MARCH 11,2008 AT SANTA
'ROSA COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, MILTON, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE IF ANY
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES
ACT PERSONS WITH DISABILI-
TIES NEEDING A SPECIAL AC-
COMMODATION TO PARTICI-
PATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT THE
AD.A. ADMINISTRATOR FOR
THE CLERK OF THE COURT
NOT LATER THAN 7 DAYS
PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING,
AT
* IF HEARING IMPAIRED, (TDDO
1.800-955-8771, VOIC
1-800-955-8770. THIS IS NOT
A COURT INFORMATION
LINE.
DATED: JANUARY 28, 2008,
CLERK OF THE COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: J. WATKINS
Deputy Clerk
020208
020908
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Legal 2/135
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 07-998 CA
U.S, BANK NATIONAL ASSO-
CIATION AS TRUSTEE ON
BEHALF OF THE HOLDERlS OF
THE TERWIN MORTGAGE
TRI ST 2006-.3 ASSET-BACKED


1- 1 04 ...
Legal 2/137
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 07-738 CA
NATIONAL CITY MORTGAGE
CO.
PLAINTIFF
VS.


SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgaae Foreclosure dated
January28, 2008 and entered
in Case No 07-1167 CA of the
Circuit Cour of the FIRST Judi-
cial Circuit in and for SANTA
ROSA County, Florida wherein
THE BANK OF NEW YORK
TRUST COMPANY NA. AS
SUCCESSOR TO JP MORGAN
CHASE BANK N.A. AS TRUS-
TEE, is the Plaintiff and MARK


January 28, 2008 and entered
in Case Na. 07-539-CA olthe
Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi-
cial Circuit in and for SANTA
ROSA County Florida wherein
J.P. MORGAN MORTGAGE
ACQUISITION CORPORA-
TION, is the Plaintiff and ERIC
SMITH; CAROLYN SMITH;
HOLLEY BY THE SEA IMPROVE-
MENT ASSOCIATION, INC.;
are the Defendants ,I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at STEPS OF THE SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COURT-


M CERTIFICATES, SERIES 20063 MICHAEL 0 HACKBARTH; N. BRUBAKER, JR. A/K/A HOUE at L:OAM, on the 13
PLAINTIFF UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Ml- MARK N BRUBAKER; JENNI- dayof arch, 2008, the follow-
S VS CHAEL 0. HACKBARTH IF PER LEE BRUBAKER; are the De- ing described property as set
ANY; DEBRA L. HACKBARTH fondants, I will sell to the highest forth in said Final Judgment:
SCLAUDETTE PICKETT UN- UNKNOWN SPOUSE O A nd beT bidder F or cas at
KNOWN SPOUSE OF CLAU-DEBRAL. HACKBARTH IF ANY EPS O F A H SANTA ROSA LOT 1 AND 2, BLOCK 25,
DETTE PICKET IF ANY, ANY ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN COUNTY COURTHOUSE at OF SECOND CORRECTED
4. AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES PARTS PARTIES CLAIMING BY 1100AM onthe 25day of AND AMENDEDPLATOF
CLAIMING BY THROUGH THROUGH, UNDER, AND March 2008, the followingde- HOLLEY BY THE SEA, AC-
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE AGAINST THE HEREIN scribe property as set forlh in CORDING TO THE MAP OR
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- said Final Judgment: PLAT THEREOF AS RJE-



HEIRPOSSESSION KNOWN TENANTVISEES GRAIN POS- SANTA ROSA SUBDMSION
DEFENDANTS) SESSION FLORIDA, AS RECORDED IN Any persIon aiming mi
DEFENDANT ANT(S) OPLAT BOOK B PAGE 160 interest in the surplus
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF THE PUBUN C RECORDS frm tP e sUle, if any,
E N O:TC F FORECLOSURE OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY other than he proper
S R NFLORIPA. TOGETHER WIT owner ast RfD VdaC O
S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur. A 11382 INTEREST IN the Us Pendens mustAfilea
fni -. .'jsuant1y a0Summary Final Ju d NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- PARK AS DESCRIBED IN cjaim wib sty (60)
T *- aWentat Foreclosure dlated Jon- suan a Suary Final Judg- OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK days after the saIe.
S JOH28 2008 entered in Civil ment o Foreclosure dted anu 916 PAE 220 OF TH ,
Case No 07998 CA of the ary 28, 2008 entered in Civil PUBLIC RECORDS OF WITNESS MY HAND and the
Ork Circuit Court of the ST Judicial Case No. 07738CA of the SANTA ROSA COUNTY, seal at this Court on January
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA Circuit Court of the 1ST Judicial FLORIDA. 29, 2008.
SMILTON Florida, I Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA e
Se hest and bid- County, MILTON, Florida, I will A tKA 6805 CHUCK- Mary M. Johnson
de or casT a e NORTH sell t the highest and best bid DRIVE, MILTON, Cer of Circt Court
S FRONT STEPS at the SANTA der to r cas at THE NORTH FL 32570 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
1q ROSA CoCaurthouse lo. FRONT STEPS at the SANTA By: J. Watkins
k ca.tced aS 6865 CAROLINE ROSA County Courthouse loI Any person claiming an Deputy Clerk
SB STREET in MILTON, Florida, at catad at 6865 CAROLINE interest in the surplus
-- 11:00 a.m. on the 25 day of STREET in MILTON, Florida, a fra m the sale, if any, 020608
j Mrca 2008 the following de- 11.00 d.m. on the 11 day of ater
-' scribecd property as set forth in March 2008 th ollowin d owner as of the de of 2/140
Said Summary Final Judgment, scribe property as set orth inthIe Ls Pendens must file a
Sto-uit said Summory Final Judgment, claim within sixty (60 Legal 2/141
COMMENCING AT THE to-wit: days after the sale.
LOT 6 BLOCK 87 AC- COUN8 I BREEZEA ES- WITNESS MY HAND and the THE FIRST JUDICIAL CR-
CORDING TO THE OFh CIAL STATES ACCORDING TO seal of this Court on January CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
MAP OF THE TOWN OF THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE- 28, 2008. ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
MILTONd SANTA ROSA CORDED IN PLAT BOOK E, CIVIL ACTION
l COUNTY, FLORIDA, PAGE IS 70 OF THE PUB- Mary M. Johnson CASE NO. 07-948 CA
THENCE RUN WEST 9d UC RECORDS OF SANTA Cler of the CircUilCourt DIVISION C
-C FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ng GINNING THENCE CON- Byr Angela Dunn GMAC MORTGAGE, LLC,
S T1NUE" WEST 75 FEET- Any person claiming on interest Deputy Clerk Plaintiff,
THENCE SOUTH 03 055 in he surplus brom the sale it t ns
S WEST 110.16 FEET any other than the proper 020608 vs.
THENCE EAST 80.93 FEE- owner as of the date oftheis 021308
THENCE NORTH 110 FE en must tile claim 2/138 SART J. TUCHMAN, et ol,
TO THE POINT OF BEGINN- 60 days after the sole Deendant(s).
ING Dated this 28 day of January, TLegal R2/139 CT IE OF FORECLOSURE
AnRThpersoncl rm t 2008. T ECRCUITCULRT
inT 6hesurpn B ow theRsalert THE FITNES DICIALd T TU A
any other I an the property MARY M. JOHNSON CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur
Snn as ol the te of the s Clerk of the Circuit Cort SACOUNTY,FLORIDA suan to a Final Judgment
E T ThE dOI Ost ire a claimRs COUT A CIRCUIT COURT SEAL VI ACTION MortgaU Foreclosure d
Within i os lerthe l By: J.Watkins CASE NO. 2004-43-CA Janry 2008 and enred
I Deputy Clerk in Case No. 07-948 CA of me
Dated this 28 day of January, THE BANKOF NEWYORK, Circuit Court of the FIRST J i-
2008 THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID ACTING SOLELY IN ITS CA- cUl Circuit in id for ANTA
STERN P.A, ATTORNEY PACITY AS TRUSTEE FOR ROSA County Florida wherein
m MARY M JOHNSON OR PLAITIFF EQUICREDIT CORPORA- GMAC MORTGAGE LLC is
Clerk of e Circuit Court 801 S Uniersity Drive Suite ON TRUST 2001-2, the Plaintiff and SUAR J.
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 500 I aintiff, TUCHMAN; PAMELA I.
Deputy2Ce r9723 8000 vs. TRONIC RCGISTRATION SYS-
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID IN ACCORANC WITH THE WI AM C. STEVENS, et NOMINEE FOR GMAC MORT-
STERN P.A., ATTORNEY AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- al, GAGE CORPORATION DBA
SPLATIFF TIES ACT persons with Defendants). TECH COMHOLLEY BYTHE
801 S. University Drive Suite disabilities needing a special SEA IMI'ROVEMENTASSOCIA-
T e 500 claion shuld contact N0TICE JF RESNHEDULED TIONv INC.; are the Defend-
SPlantation FL 33324 COURT ADMINISTRATION, at FORECLOUREE DLE ants, I i sell to the hiLhst
4 Pata3tOn F h o the SANTA ROSA County and best bidder for cas at
Syb7/e -04595(SLS ACourthouse at C NOTICE IS HE EBY GIVEN ur STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA
S1- 800955-8771 (TDD o suant to an Orer Rescheduling COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 1-800955- 8770, via Florida Foreclosure Sale dated January 11 00AM on the 12 day of
SAMERICANS WITH DISABILI. Relay Service. 24n 2008 and entered in Case March 2008 the followinde-
TIES ACT, persons with NO. 2004-43 CA of he Circuit property as set form in
disabilities n eeding a special 020608 Court o the FIRST Judicial Ci-saidFinal Judgment
accommodation should contact 021308 cNit in and for SANTA ROSA
COURT ADMINISTRATION, aT 2/137 County, Flori da wherein THE ALL 11HAT PARCEL OF lAND
d .7 utheSANTA ROSA Cone a BANK OF NEW YORK ACT- IN SANTA ROSA COUNTY
I Courthouse at NON?, Legal 2/138 ING SOLELY IN ITS CAPACITY STATE OF FLORIDA A9
1 800O955 8771 (TDD or AS TRUSTEE FOR EQUICREDIT MOREFULLY DESCRIBED IN
E 1-800-955-8770, via Frida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CORPORATION TRUST DEED OR BOOK 1739
S. Relay Service. THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 2001-2, is the Plaintiff and WIL- PAGE 1394 ID 4
So CUIlT IN AND FOR SANTA LAM C. STEVENS; TERESA A. 182526190112000030,
S020608 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA STEVENS TCF NATIONAL BEING KNOWN AND DES-
S01308 CIVIL ACTION BANK MINNESOTA AS SUC- IGNITED AS LOT 3 BLOCK
2/135 CASE NO. 07-1167 CA CESSOR IN INTEREST TO TCF 122 HOLLEY BY 1HE SEA,
DIVISION FINANCIAL SERVICES INC -FILE6 IN PLAT OR BOOK B,
50 a dain s d TENANT #1 reHED re the Defenf PAGE 155
l oTHE BANK OF NEW YORK ants, I willSE SL to lthe hest ,
SUCCESSOR TO JP MOR- STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA ROAD NAVARRE, FL
GAN CHASE BANK N.A. COUNTY COURTHOUSE a t 3256
i AS TRt5TEE, i re1o0AMonthe 18 daey aon a
T*ES AC erons wi h N. 20scribed property as set in interest in insurpus
S dsab lit. ..i vs. said Final Judgment:. f ina J s ie f n
s t S R C u MARK N. BRUBAKER, JR. LOT 30, SANi E NAR AC- Nr tA n pdt ,
WeDeliverInstall A/K/A MARK N. CORDING TO THE PLAT TE s must
S We Dever Install BRUB KER etal, THEREOF, AS RECORDED caim wittn siBty (60)
Centipede *24 PUBuC RECORDS OF
St. Augustine NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SA.TA ROSA COUNTY WINSs MY HAND and the
Bermuda THAT CERTAIN MOBILE 29, 2008.
BailedPeStraw Do Something A OC.ATEEDS THEREON
Ba010 PCIVILtraw ACION DESCRIBED AS A 198C Gar D AM .Johnson
Good For WEST WTH VIN NUMBER C of the Circuit Co rt
CaluCIALSeF16643CK7620EA. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
S Kll us BrKt, Sane Time T a rrOl Bya Brandyh Norris
CeallanOlantSaenMotley T o/K/A 2242 Clle De CantoS- Depty Clerk
Hwy.A87So.NMCAnEC Y L E NriaNavarre,FLt32566 02060
Any person claiming an 021308
PlaintOD AVt r interest an the surplus
ttes Us j-aid from th e sale, if any,
So626-8578 othertan! t 0 e iy
MARK NBowner as pf the Adciae i / a
Sthe Lis Pendens must file a Legal 2/142
caim within sixty (60) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
days after he sale. THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
S WITNS MY HAND and th e CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
S29, 200 CASE NO. 07-1079 CA
Mary M. Johnson DIVISION C
oFLie Circuit Court s BN NAioNAt aS-
Frind Your CIRCUIT COURTSEAL S NO
Sce o D r'E is rN, L006?-WFHE3,"
SI Name& Win 020608
3a1 2 T LAtUREEN M. WICKER, et
i F i-"7 i o rin e in Ire ii i-ii.iiLn s Defendant(s).
Legal 2/140
c ts11-: kre iv.01 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFAE
coys a ier me sa .tTHE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
SCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ur-
.- NE i ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA suant toe aFina l Judgme
a o t.CIVIL ACTION Mortga Foreclosure ate
CASE NO. 07-539-CA January28, 2008 and entered
DIVISION C in Case No. 07-1079 CA ot
i ii ir rIl) and 1-Free Adult BulIhI.. Dinii circuit Court of the FIRST Judi-
J.P. MORGAN MORTGAGE cial Circuit in ond for SANTA
ACQUISITION CORPORA- ROSA Coun Florida wherein
from CiCi's Pizza. ION, USBANK NATIONAL ASSO-
By BrpaindNoisf STATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
FO CMLTI 2006-WFHE3 is the
B,,,rin i rimit i **i *n-t biiir I 1f,1r vs. Plaintiff and LAUREEN
l"Bring SIri-rH ill Ly i I ll.n WICKER, TENANT #H eN/KAA
0BB'* ERIC SMITH, et al, LAUREL tATO are tM e eKndt
211], 1 '0I I r,1 r ir th i r3 ]h~r] LDefendantl s). 2, I D en to It e hig est
Sofficebeforet hedateofnext publicationand N C aUT b O t bddEr for casU 1
-.TE-FIRS ICIAL STES I- HE AN OSA
pick up your money & certificate A NOTICE IS HEREoY GIVEN c20 hoeioll3w d
Fsuat to a Final Judgme o o scribe property as eto
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1104 I 1104
;said Final Judgment: COLITI-I 'i 11 n '
on h, I , ... ..
LOT 27, BLOCK B, OAK the .. i
POINTE SUBDIVISION, BE- erty i, , .., "I ,
ING A PORTION OF SEC Judgmen:
TONS 27 AND 28 TOWN-
SHIP 2 SOUTH RANGE 28 LOT 15, BLOCK D, WHIS-
WEST, SANTA ROSA PERING WOODS, PHASE
.COUNTY FLORIDA AC- III A SUBDIVISION OF A
CORDING TO PLAT RE- PORTION OF SECTIONS 34
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK G AND 35, TOWNSHIP 2
PAGE 13 OF THE PUBUD NORTH, R OANGE 2U9 WEST
RECORDS OF SAID SANTA ROSA COUNTY
COUNTY. FLORIDA ACCORDING TOd
PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT
A/K/A 4146 OAK POINT BOOK F PAGE 61 OF THE
DRIVE, GULF BREEZE, FL PUBUC RECORDS OF SAID
32563 COUNTY.
Any person claiming an A/K/A 5620 Whispering
interest in the surplus Woods Drive, Pace, FL
'from the sale, if any, 32571
other than the property
owner as of the ae o Any person claiming an
the ULis Pendens must file a interest in the surplus
claim within sixty (60) from the sale, if any,
days after the sale. other than the properly
owner as of the dare of
WITN SS MY HAND and the the Us Pendens must file a
seal of this Court on January claim within sixty (60)
29, 2008. days after the sale.


-OLEGALSMmTok7l


Mary M. Johnson WITNESS MY HAND and the DIRECTION ALONG '" ' .
iCler of the Circuit Court seal of this Court on January R27W/R28W 854.23 money d ...ed to ur-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 28, 2008. FEET- THENCE 126'21'30" chase call.,g cards that
SBDeputy Clerk Mar M.ohnson 63238'30" EE E0 FEET TO are senl to our troops.
Clerko f the Circuit Court THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY We are proud to be a
020608 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL LINE OF STATE HIGHWAY part of this effort.
021308 By. Angela Dunn 191 TO THE POINT OF BE-
,2 142 Deputy Clerk GINNING; THENCE CON-
TINUING S 63*38'30" E Drop Off
Legal 2/143 020608 660 FEET; THENCE NE o Ons
Legal 2/143 021308 2621'30" E 330 FEET Locations
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 2/145 THENCE N 6-38'30" W,
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR Le al2/147660 FEET MORE OR LES' NW Florida
S SCA egal 2/147 TO THE EAST RIGHT OF NW Florida
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA WAY LINE OF STATE HIGH- Daily News
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA INVITATION TO BID Sealed WAY 191; THENCE ON A 200 Racetrack Rd NW
CIVIL ACTION Bids Will Be Received From SOUTHWESTERLY DIREC- Ft W ltn
CASE NO. Pre-qualified Contractors By The TION ALONG SAID RIGHT Ft. Walton
2007-000900CA Santa Rosa County School OF WAY UNE 330 FEET Crestview
DIVISION Board, At The Office Of The As- MORE OR LESS TO THE News Bulletin
AR GO BANKI sistani Superintendent For Ad. POINT OF BEGINNING, 295 W am
W FARGO BANK, NA miistrative Services, 6544 Fre ALL LYING AND BEING AND BEING 2 W
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER house Road Upstairs Coner- SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Blvd
TO WELLS FARGO HOME ence Room IMaintenance Build. FLORIDA. Dest Loq
MORTGAGE, INC., -) 1950)983-5123, Milton 1225eAsrtrtn d
rPlaintiff, ,., Until 2:00 PM, Local a/k/a: 6812 MUNSON *iplleGla
i..,,. TUESDAY, February 26 HWY., MILTON, FL 32570 Niceville Glass
M.R .A R Plc At Which Time And 739 E John Sims Pkwy
MARIE ANN GILBERT, ettal, Pace All Bids Will Be Publicly ANY PERSON CLAIMING Santa Rosa
Defendant(s). Opened Anrd Read Aloud, For AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- Gazette
D een ns OThe Construction Ot"BERRVHILL PLUS FROM THE SALEIF PressGazette
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE ELEMENTARY 6 C'SS ANY OTHER THAN tHE 6629 Elva St, Milton
SALE ROOM ADDITION" For The PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
OTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN pu. School Board Of Santa Rosa THE DATE OF THE LIS Cell Phones for Soldiers
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVENpu County, Florida. PENDENDENS MUST FILE A PN a S 3
wuant to a Final Judgment o Any Bids Received After Closing CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS is a Non-Profit 501 (c)(3)
Mortgage Foreclosure dated Will Be Returned Unopened. AFTER THE SALE. company and donations
"January 28, 2008 and entered All contractors for educational are Pax deductible.
i Case No. 2007-000 900CA facilities are hereby notified that ENTERED at SANTA ROSA
o.fthe Circuit Court of the FIRST to be eligible to bid on school Counly, Florida, this 22 day a
Judicial Circuit in and for projects they must be JANUARY, 2008.
_.SANTA ROSA Count, Florida pre-.qualified. Contact the Board
eren WELLSOFARG BANK at the above address for infor- MARY M. JOHNSON What Destroys Relation-
A SUCCESSOR BY MERGE motion on prequalifyin. As Clerk Circuit Court 4o er 3 71
.TO WELLS FARGO HOME Documents May Be Secured SANTA kOSA, Florida ships? Answer p371
MORTGAGE, INC is the Plain- From STOA ARCHITECTS, 121 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Buy and Read Danetics
tiff nd MAE AN GILBERT East Government Street Pensa- By Brandy Norris by L. Ron Hubbard Send
ORTGAGE ELECTRONIC cola Forida32502 Upon A As Deputy Clerk $0.00 to: Hubbard Dia-
:REGISTRATION SYSTEMS IN- Deposit Of$200.00 Per Set.
CORPORATED, AS NOMINEE De osit WillBe Reunded Pry- 021308 netics Foundation, 3 102
-FOR HSBC MORTGAGE SER- vided That Plans And Secii- 022008 N. Habana Ave., Tampa,
..VICES- are the Defendants, I cations Are Returned In Good 2/17 F
will sell to the highest and best Order To The Architect Within FL 33607
idaer for cash at STEPS OF Seven 17|Daos After Bid Date Legal 2/175 (813)872-0722
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY And Further, Provided That The
,COURTHOUSE at 1 1:00AM, Contractor Submit A Bona Fide Notice of Receipt of
S.. the 13 day of March, 2008, Bid.Stormwater Applicaon
Ite following described prop- Bids shall be submitted on the Stormwatr Appcaon
as set forth in said Final form supplied by the Architect. Notice is hereby given that pur-
.'Jdgment: o Each bid mu't be accompanied suant to Chapter 373, Florida
'LOT 6.BLOCK E WHISPER- by a Bid Bond in the amount of Statutes and Chapter 62-346 .' -
OT5 BLOCK W ISPER- of thebasebidasauaran- Florida Administrative Code 1160
tNG PINES EStATES, AC- tee that the successful bidder F.A.C., the following applicoa
XORDING TO THE PLAT will enter into a written contract ions for an Individual
TrEREOF AS RECORDED IN with the Owner and furnish a Stormwater Permit have been re- Lost Bible
PLAT BOOK D AT PAGE 100% "Performance Bond" and ceived by the Northwest Florida Possibly on Berrvhill Rd.
17 OF THE PS BUC REC- O 100% "Labor and Material Water Management District: Lost on 1/30/0
OIRDS OF SANTA ROSA Payment Bond" satisfactory to Application #113, received Jan- Loston
.iCOUNTY, FLORIDA the Owner uary 17, 2008, from Santa 313-1100
A/K/A 9524 SWEET GUM The Owner Reserves the Riaht to Rosa Medical Center for the ex-
iKNE, NAVARRE, FL 3266Wave Informalities in Biding pension of the existing g medical
.ANE, NAVARRE, FL 32566 and Reject Anyand All Bids. facility and parkingswith en-
yuf By John W. 'Roers, Superin- orgement o the stormwater Lost rl'.
,-Any person claiming an tendent of Schools management facility, located at Smyd
fterest in the surplus 1450 erry Hill Road, Milton. Biscuit colored Samoyed.
from the sale, if any, 020608 Application#123, received Jan- Male, Nueturedl Please
rather than the propetrfy 021308 uary 23, 2008, from W. Daniel call: 626-0902
owner of the date of the 022008 Suthin, for construction of a
LiUs Pendens must file a 2/147 104,885 sq. ft. Home Depot
caim within sixty (60) store and supporting infrastruc-
'days after the sale. Legal 2/148 ture, at Hssy.98 and Ortega
WITNESS MY HAND and the INVITATION TO BID Sealed Application 126, recevedJan-
seal of this Court on January Bids Will Be Received From uay 24, 2008, rom Sanfrme ta
29, 2008. Pre-qualified Contractors ByhThe Ro County School Dstrict for
Boantd osa T county o o the addition of an 18,150 sq 1
Mary M. Johnson Board, At The OfficeOfThe As- ft. field house ad acent5to an
Cerk of the Circuit Court sistant Superintendent For Ad- ft. ine on the c o
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ministrative Services, 6544 Fire- istng in on the cam Golden ever
By: Brandy Norris house Road Upstairs Confer- Norras Hig ScMilton. o, 4 female, found on Willar
Deputy Clerk ence RoomAa'1tenance3Build-N M female,
ing 850 35123, Ml An Application 137 received Jan Norris Rd on Sat.
020608 Florida Until 215PM cal uy0 2008, om Howard 2/9/08 623-5052
3200 At Which T ime UEDAnd Mini26 warehouses, Inc. for con-
Place All Bids Will Be Publicly struction of a in warehouse.
1 2/144 Oned And Read AloudoPhase I consists f construct on
S2/144 Opened And Read Aloud, For of 75'x40' building for use as -'--
.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF SCHOOL -NEW PRESS BOX climodificate controled warehouses,
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- AT FOOTBALL STADIUM" For somwtedfacilityon of and creating / -.
CU OU IN AND FOR ISANTA The School Board Of Santa of an additional stormsaterI6
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Rosa County, Florida., a e itiffalnslode con:
CML ACTION An Bds Received AerClosing cii hasewill include
CAENO27s767-CAqwIe2 R250dsq e of-e 1
CASE NO. 07-767-CA Wi Be Returned Uno ended. rice addition on the front oathe
All contractors for educational mini warehouse and additional
WELLS FARGO BANK, acilites are hereby notified that war an addit
to be eligible to bid on school Barking area, located at 6121
Plaintiff, projects they must be ogmood Dr. Milton
prequiied Contact tne Interestedpersons may com-
vs. at the aboe address for inor- met upon these applications or PES ALS
matron an prequalif in. submit a written request for a
JAMES RANDALL A/K/A Documents Mayn Be ecured staff report containing pro osed 2100 Pts
'JAMES. M. RANDALL, et From STOA ARCHITECTS 121 pnc nation rg te or t 2110 Pets: Free to
Defendantss. cola For da 2502 n A' west Florid a Water Manage- Good Home
DeTenants). cola Floi da 32502 Upon A ment District's ERP Office, 800 2120 Pet Supplies
NOTCE OF FORECLOSURE p e PSetHospita Dr., Crestview, FL 2130 -Farm Animals/
'SALCE OF FORECLOSURE Deposit WillNBebRetnded Pro- Suchlcomments or requests must 213 plie s
SALE viaed That Plans And Secfr b- receivedby 500 p.m Supplies
cations Are Returned In within 14 days from date o 2140- Pets/Livestock
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-Order To The Architect Within daysrom da of 2140 e
suont to a Final Judgmenofo Seven (7}Days After Bid Date Riolurbibt n o W dbe2150-
Nor F cr e A Dpublic notice will be 2150 eat edmorlals
Mortgage Foreclosure dated And, Further, Provided That The er ubrinotice ai P
January 28, 2008 and entered Contractor Submit A Bona Fide cponided regarding these appi.
in Case No. 07-767-CA of the Bid. main advised of writer pro-
Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi- Bids shall be submitted on the main advised of further pro-
'cial1 Circuit in and for SANTA form supplied by the Architect ceedi or to receive copy of
County. Florida wherein Each bin must be occom should recus tal Report
'.' FARGO BANK, N.A., is by a Bid Bond in the amount of the adsdreuest above or ye-mail 21
the Plaintiff and JAMES 5% of the base bid as guaron t

A/K/A ANDREA N. PEA- with the Owner and furni Substantially affected persons


:t ANTDAL;NDHO CUALAN D EENN eriOwln Res re^ . Rit dhrcta S ub t afetedu reien AKC miniature Pinchers-
COK ANY AND ALL UN- 100"Perfo Anyand Ace Bond"and are entitled to requesport an in Call
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING a 00 "Labor and Material istrte hearing, ursuan to Ti-

AN INTERST AS AIMANTS 021308 HIm
BY THROUGH, UNDEAND Payment Bond" satisfactory to Ie 28 Florida Adm lst atoe
re the Defendants, I will sell to Legal 2/173 a 1 yeaCoder regardinealttheprh Guaranosed
-NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- The Owner Reserves the Ri ht towagen action By submitting a
heARE NOT Waie Infrmalies in Bd writtenhighes nd bes request after review eng AKC miniature Pinchers
ALIVE WHETHER SA UN By John W oers, SuperCEPT Publisher's date with shots. Home537-9621
'KNOVN PARTIES MAY CLAIM tendent of Schsooff 0 ic he pt
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, 021 308
HE IRS DEVSEES GRANTEES 020608rida t2/175
SOTHER LAIMANTS adverisemen n mee021308
OSAii OF FLORIDA SANTA 022008 on U High. ng is standard o ac- for
COUNTY SATA ROSA Sant Rosa Coun chance Submission of
COUNTY CLER OF COURT vertisement does not Wanted, puppies
:e the Defendants I will sell o Legal2/173 aan a reement A ligh ealthorse sad-
the highest and best bidder for te e and bearddlchecked up to
cdsh at STEPS OF THE SANTA PUBUC NOTICE OF RECEIPT Publisher's date with shots. Home
ROSA COUNTY COURT OF APPUmCATION Notice raised with kids and
OUSE ats 1100AM, on the 13f day, excep legal holidreeds, at not constitute an agree price. 623334 aer
day f Marchs Pe2008detnshe follow- The Department of Envirornmen for continued pubica- other Also, horse training:
ing described property as set toal Protection announces receipt ti I dba Santa breederyhooc a
days afterhin said Final Judgment of a permit application to oper- Rosa s Press azette andpes.

THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE- Pearl Rido e Road Iace, Florida to censr, reclassify, re-
WITNESS MY HAND and the 32570 om acilty known as vise edit or reject any
PAGE29, 162008 F THE he DeparmSun ent C&D Debris Disposal advertisement not mee
COmental Cent a ed 1.9 miles east. F 2
S.of State Road 87 on U.S3. U High. ing its standards of ac- 2130 I
ARIV MLA 6782 ANOLA Florida. advertisement does not Wanted
E EThis application is being proc constitute an agreement A light weight horse sad-
Any person claiming an essed and is ible r pub the publish soaid adver- die and bridle and other




interest in the surplus imient's decision on the
In normal. isdmentPublicationeof tack. In excellent condi-
from the sale, if any, business hours, 800.m.to n advertisement at a reasonable
other than f ft'pra r 500 p.m Monday through Fri-ion
owner as on me daa of day, except legal holidays, at not constitute an agree- price. 623-3314 after
the Lis Pendens must file a the following ocation: Dep rt- ment for continued publi- 6PM. Also, horse training

Room 308 Pensacola Florida
WITNESS MY HAND and the Any comments or objections
seal of this Court on January should be filed in writinq with
29,2008 the Department at 160 G..ern-
mental Center Pensacola, la-Santa Rosa Press
Mary M. Johnson id. 32502-57'94. Comments or
Clera of the Circuit Cout objections should be submitted
ICIRCUIT COURT SEAL as son as possible to ensure2/174
By J Watkins that there is adequate time for e you a motivated sales associate?
0608 Departmen's decision on the edom wants motivated Multi-media
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"LOAN TRUST, MORTGAGE vs
LOAN ASSET-BACKED CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES 2006-4, LO
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'UIS D. FRAUSTO, et ux., et
'fendant(s).,


DEMETRIO T. JALOMA, et NOTICE OF SALE
l, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
Defendant(s). suant to 'an Order or Final Judg.


NOTICE OF FORECLOSURES
'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
;suant to a Final Judgment of
'Mortgage Foreclosure dated
January 28, 2008 and entered
"in Case No. 07-988 CA of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi-
cial Circuit in and for SANTA
'ROSA County Florida wherein
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR
OWNIT MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST MORTGAGE LOAN
ASSET'BACKED CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 20064, is the Plaintiff
and DEMETRIO T JALOMO LE-
ANN S. JALOMO MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INCORPO-
RATED AS NOMINEE FOR
SPECALZED LOAN SERVIC-
IG, LLC; are the Defendants, I
iell.l tel 1fbhe highest and best
bidder for cash at STEPS OF
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY


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Front Door oa Santa Rosa
County Courthouse 6865
Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida 32570 at 1 I 0(
S. : the 5 day of March
. i, the following described
5opeity as set filth in said O-
ei o0 Final Judgment, to-wi :
SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "A"
FOR LEGAL DESCRIPTION

EXHIBIT "A"
ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND
SITUATE IN SANTA ROSA
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OF SECTION 18, T2N TAL-
LAHASSEE MERIDIAN;
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AUCTION SALE
Dogwood Storage a.k.a.
By-Pass Warehouse of
6121 and 6075 Don-
wood Drive, Milton, TL
32570, pursuant to the
provisions of the Florida
'Mini Self-Storage Land-
lord and Tenant Act" (FL
Statute #83.801 et sec)
hereby eives NOTICE
BY SA under said act,
to wit:
On March 1 2008, at
9:00 A.M., Dogwood
Storage a.k.a. By-Pass
Ware house of 6121 and
6075 Dogwood Drive,
Milton, FL 32570, will
conduct a public sale to
the highest bidder for
cash on their premises.
This sale is being held to
satisfy a landlord lien on
the following units which
contain household items
and misc. goods.
Dogwood Storage re-
serves the riqht to reject
any bid and0withdraw
any item from this sale.
Customer Name &
Unit
Baker, Abealene 199
Barnes, WillieJ 281
Bashara, Michael 301
Bur in, William 293
Carfson, David 225
Carruthers, Evan & Stao-
cey 296
Crowe, Mary A. 288
Dawson Bill 189
Fisher, Thomas 275
Forte, Timothy 0 176
Giswold Matthew 283
Henry, Wayne 183
Kee, yndie A 284
Malston, Erica 209
Moore, Ruby 294
Mundy Dorothy 262
Noto, Jennifer 276
Pate, ColinM. 223
Posey, Danielle A. 341
Rich, Steven 218
Schieber, Patricia A 317
Thompson, Gary E 190
Tranum, Richard & Myra
269
Tucker, EL 166
William Eddie 256
Young, bonnelda 326



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8am-3pm. Inside store,
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All accessories like walk-
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off. Sidewalk sale an-
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tools furniture all at rea-
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouseo
6140 Houlso Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lol
6180 Out-ot-Town Reotols
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


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4-Offices, various sizes
$350 & up includes utili-
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Milton Warehouse
Space Available, Huge
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App. 600 sq ft for $250
App. 900 sq ft for $375
App 1400 sq ftfor $575
App 1700 sq ft for $775
App 2000 sq ft for $900
M 3000 sq ft for
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formal dining room,
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block table. Approved for
any disabilities, com-
pletly furnished, cable,
TV, microwave, small ap-
pliances private parking.
$795.06 + deposit. Must
have references.
850-983-8195 App.
only, ready Feb. 9th.

Milton
3/1 6507 Bonner Ave.
behind Rhodes Elemen-
tary recently renovated.
$750/deposit, $50/app
ee. Background/credit
check. Showing by ap-
pointment only. 1 year
lease preferred. Call:
626-4266 to schedule
appointment.




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Milton
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850-623-6287 or
418-1816
Milton
Larqe Duplex, inside
laundry hook-up, new tile
and carpet. 2BR/1BA.
No pets. $630/mth
$630/deposit.
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*2/2 Home 7867
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*2/1 Home 4641 Geri
St. Milton $800*
*2/1 Home 6737 Ven-
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$400*
*4/3 Golf Course
Home 6008 Arnies
Way Milton $1200-
*4/2 Home 6001
$1200


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2 br, 1 bo MH $475
mo+dep. & ref. Section 8
accepted 850-499-7412
850537-6222

Chumuckla
2/1 14ftx 60 ft.
$450/rent $300/dep.
994-2877

.Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
94-5703

Milton
1BR 1/BA in park.
$400/mth $200/dep.
Total electric, no pets.
Water & Gqrbage Fur-
nished. Bay Crest Realty.
994-7918

Milton
2/1 Mobile Home
$400/mth
$350/securilty
Don Cumbie Realty
Call:Barbara 377-6787
or 626-8959

Milton
2/BR 1/BA water &
garbage included. No
pets. $425/mth
$300/deposit
675-6614


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,,.,il| Way E Milton 2/BR FK, total electric.
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Ranch. 626-8973


Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
2643 S 30th Ave Milton,
FL
House for Rent
3br, 2ba large lot, fire-
place, tie, double gar-
age, $950/500
2200SQFT
850-2324286
850474-9005

2a 1, large fenced yard.
675-0604
Milton/Pace
Like New
3/BR 2/BA, double car
garage, fenced yard.
Available now.
Military clause honored.
$895/mth
$800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or
529-7899
Navarre
NEWER HOME
3br/2ba formal dining
rm family rm large fenced
yd, pets ok no smoking
$1500mo850420-4981
North Milton
3/BR 2/BA
6573 Sinclair St. Total
Electric, CHA, no pets.
$800/mth $500/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
5 Points area, 3/2, sun
room, fire place, privacy
fenced, 2-car garage.
$1250/mth $800/dep.
(850)255-2590


1- 61o so
Milton
Roommate needed to
share a furnished 3/2
home. $400/mth
/2 utilities.
341-1935



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


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$300/nthto $450/mth
$200/deposit. No pets.
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lot. Total electric, no pets. 5760.
5028 Ridgeway Blvd.
$625/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Really
994-7918


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


Allentown
Large 2BR/1B brick
home with expansion
possibilities on 5 im-
proved acres w/view.
371 sq.ft. LA.; 2474
under roof. Paved street,
den, storm shelter huge
screenporch, built-ins.
8901 Echo Lane. .
$155K. 6234981



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Repos, REOs, HUD, FHA,
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4237.


East Milton
1 V1 year old brick
home. 3/2 2-car garage.
$150,000. Payments un-
der $900 a month for
qualified buyers. Call for
details. 384-9405

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 arage.- You
will find a very open
split floor plan wit 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 ah only
$189900. ML
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.-
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker United
850-723-1907.

Pace
Must sell this week Brick
home, Pace schools. Lush
1 acre. 1550 Sq. Ft., 1
mile from Wql-mart.
Home value $240,000
buy now $115,000.
Ais firm. 686-3513 or
995-1428


7150 (
Avalon Beach
4 lots on Canopy St.
Owner finance, 140t x
200ft. 626-9910

North Milton
3+ acres each ap-
proved surveyed, indi-
vidual lots on paved
shared laneway off a
aved County Road. 2
ots sold. Useable acre-
age. No wetlands. Great
septic soils. City water
and qas. 190' Elevation.
Private and quiet. Beauti-
ful. Brochure. Will trade
for acreage. CT cell
860-459- 279
www.providenceacres.
comr




Milton
16x70 Mobile Home
2BR/2BA, large decks
with aluminum patio
covers, new AC unit and
new galvinized anchors
with tie downs. Very low
price. Must be moved.
623-1660 or 983-6092



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like new, 35ft," self con-
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all options, can deliver.
Pensacola. $17,500
3,30-518-7746


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Antique & Collectibles 675-6421
ars
ports Utility Vehicles BOT
Trucks
ans 8210
Commercial
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Auto Parts Boat. 150 Evenrude.
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Personal Watercraft .1
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Boat & Marine
Supplies 8220
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Like new: No pets/smok-
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$35,000 obo 623-6809
2006 Dutchman Thor,
Ford Crown Victo- travel trailer almost new.
ns perfect. Re- 30' sleeps 6.2-TV's,
o $1995.00 CH/A. 14,000.
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46' 3-axle, 21,000 lbs.
dove tail. trailer. In excel-
lent condition. $5500.
723-3834
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048


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1998 Jeep Grand
Cherokee Laredo
2-WD 6-Cyl. 114K.
Excellent condition.
$4,800. H. 623-5370 or
324-9149



1985 F350 Desiel Dully
flat bed. Tool box, head-
ache rack, good tires
and brakes. Recent serv-
ice. Ragged inside but
mechanically sound.
$3500. 957-4952 or
261-8407
1992 Chevy Pickup
Good running condition,
new tires. $2500
Go Cart with roll bars.
$500. 450-8132
2005 Dodge Ram
1500 SCTV-8, Quad
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White w/silver trim. Mint
condition, garage kept.
$18,995.00
850-525-5009




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