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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: April 26, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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SATURDAY
April 26. 2008


Boa


approves


ree-tier plan


By JENI SENTER
jseniter@srpressgazette.com
Santa Rosa County
School bells will ring later
for high school students next
year. Thursday night the
Santa Rosa County School
Board voted to move to a
three-tier bussing system
after a recommendation by
Superintendent John
Rogers.
The board presented its


decisions before a full
house. The Canal Street
board room was overflow-
ing into the hallway with
parents; students, and bus
drivers who were all eager
to hear the outcome of
months of budget delibera-
tions.
Santa Rosa County is
facing a serious budget
deficits next year due to the
loss of state revenue. Rogers


said he hopes savings in
non-classroom categories
will help Santa Rosa eventu-
ally recover from the current
crisis.
"The '08-'09 school
year funding will be at least
5 to 7 million dollars less


than the '07-'08 budget.
"In December, we can
expect another reduction
and next school year is
expected to be worse than
this year," says Rogers.
"I would like to suggest
to the board that we try to


make cuts that do not affect
the classroom.
"A child's education can,
never be replaced.
"And we have no other
choice unless we affect the
educational resources of the
children," he says.
Cassandra Reddy, a par-
ent who spoke up at the pub-
lic forum said she would
like to thank the board for
thinking outside the box and


considering alternative areas
to cut instead of cutting edu-
cational resources.
"I would like to applaud
the school board for looking
at things to cut that do not
involve the classroom;
unlike our neighboring
counties who cut academics
first," she says.
The implementation of
the three-tier bus system will
See PLAN Page 5A


Hello,



Pace

By BILL GAMBLIN
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Today's edition of the
Press Gazette is being sent,
free of charge to every home
and business in the 32571 zip
code.
This is our way of letting
you sample our product.
If you would like to con-
tinue receiving the Press
Gazette (it's just $34 per year
or $28 per year for senior cit-
izens) we invite you to call
us at 623-2120 and we will
get your subscription starter.
We hope you enjoy this
free sample of the Santa
Rosa's newspaper...in busi-
ness now for more than a
century!


Milton


wants


to keep


funding

By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Budget dollars for the
upcoming fiscal year are
becoming just a precious as
gold.
Rumors of Santa Rosa
County cutting some funding
dollars given to Milton led to
members of the Milton City
Council passing a resolution
urging the county's contin-
ued support..
In the resolution passed
by the city council 7-0 point-
ed out the county has been
See MILTON Page 3A

ON-LINE

POLL
Santa Rosa County we
want to know how you
plan to use the tax dollars
you get as part of
President Bush's Econimric
Stimulus Package.
Log on to
www.srpressgazette.com
to vote. Polls can be found
along the right hand side
of the homepage.
Currently voters are in
favor of a one-cent tax.

DISCOVER THE AREA:


Abre otra vez!


The Milton location of La Hacienda re-opened its door on Wednesday after being closed for 11 weeks after a records check
by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office found 10 employees who had gained employment by using someone elses iden-
tity. Inside the wait was up to 30 minutes, but no one complained. It is not known when the Pace location could possibly
re-open.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



Open for business


By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
It has been over two months, but Geronimo Barragan
can now say, "abre otra vez", which means, "open, again"
in his native Spanish.
Wednesday Barragan reopened La Hacienda Mexican
Restaurant in Milton for the first time since 10 of his
employees were arrested and charged with using false doc-
uments to obtain employment, on Feb. 6.
Barragan's outpouring of support on his first day back
in business left the subdued businessman with little to say.
"It's been busy," said Barragan.
Very little fanfare was made about the opening, but
those who were going through "withdrawals" like Debbie
Stilphen could not wait to eat again at her favorite restau-


"When (Debbie) saw the cars in the parking lot she
almost went through the roof," said Jan Whitney, who was
taking Stilphen to lunch for Administrative Assistants bay.
"I had to slam on the breaks and do a U-turn."
Many of those who arrivedhad to wait as much as 30-
minutes, but it was nothing compared to the 11 weeks they
have not been able to frequent their favorite eatery.
"I am glad they are back open," said Heidi Murphy.
"We used to know where we wanted to go to eat, but it has
been hard to even think about it till now."
But that doesn't mean Murphy and her husband Steve
haven't been looking for a place to satisfy their craving for
Mexican food.
See BUSINESS Page 3A


Whiting


Field


remains


a focus

By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Landowners around
NAS Whiting Field are ready
to sell, and the county is
ready to buy.
The North Santa Rosa
County Military Community
Update was held on
Wednesday at NAS Whiting
Field, Wings Club.
Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Don Salter
provided an update on the
proposed Santa Rosa County
Aviation Park and discussed
land acquisition around NAS
Whiting Field, including its
outlying fields.
Over the last several
years, Santa Rosa County
has had an aggressive pro-
gram to purchase land sur-
rounding and adjacent to
Whiting Field in an effort to
protect the base from
encroachment and to secure
both the fence line and the
air space.
Salter says he intends to
use as much as he can get of
the $300 million Florida
Forever Program funds
availAble from the state for
land acquisition.
State representatives
voted on Tuesday to continue
funding the Florida Forever
Program which makes $300
million .worth of grant
money available for land
acquisition this year.
The Florida Forever land
acquisition program is the
See WHITING Page 3A


Records office will still be standing


By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin@srpressgazette.coim
Santa Rosa County
appears to have a new part-
ner in working to keep
downtown Milton vital.
Thursday morning com-
missioners voted 4-1 to use
the insurance proceeds from
the former Santa Rosa
County, Clerk Records
The Santa Rosa County
Commission voted 4-1
Thursday to restore the
records building in down-
town Milton to pre-Hurricane
conditions with insurance
proceeds they received.


Office so it can be returned
to its previous condition
prior to Hurricane Ivan.
The lone dissenting vote
on the matter was
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin.
"I do not support putting
a lot of money into an old
building," said Goodin. "It
doesn't meet code and the
office space it could provide
is limited.
"I am looking out for the
taxpayers best interest and
that is a new building that
meets the current code and
be better than this one for the


same amount of money."
Goodin does not believe
this building is as much of a
historical asset as the Fisher
and Hamilton Building the
building in question is con-
nected to.
"Old doesn't necessarily
mean significant historical-
ly," said Goodin. "In the case
of this building old is old and
Sby putting more money in
this building we are not
doing the taxpayers any
favors."
Before groups in support
of keeping the building and
See BUILDING Page 7A


driver gets citation


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Jim Fletcher,
Publisher
623-2120
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By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin @srpressgazette.comn
A Santa Rosa Schools
bus driver has been cited for
careless driving following a
Monday afternoon accident.
Robert D. Clough, 52 of
Milton, was charged with
careless driving after the
school bus he was driving
rear-ended a truck headed
north on Avalon Boulevard.
According to the report


filed by Florida Highway
Patrolman J. Gatewood, the
school bus and the truck
being driven by Danna
Smith, 31 of Milton, were
headed north on Avalon
Boulevard.
Smith was stopped and
Waiting to turn into the
Mediacom parking lot.
Clough was distracted
by students in the rear of the
bus and had looking in his


mirror to see what was going
on.
When Clough looked
forward again it was too late
to slow in time and he hit
See BUS Page 7A
The bus driven by Robert D.
Clough had 35 students
aboard when it rear-ended a
truck on Monday afternoon
on Avalon Boulevard.
Press Gazette photo
by Jeni Senter


Is a new high school in

the works? ..Page 4A


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Obituaries


SPEAK



OUT


Thursday, 7:26 p.m.
Yes, this is Kelly. I would
like to thank the elderly couple
I met at the post office on
Monday. My daughter and I
engaged in conversation with
you and you talked about the
old days and how it was back
in the military back in those
days.
It was such a pleasure to
know we have respectful eld-
ers in our area to be such role
models to our children and I
just really want to thank you.
It was so enjoyable talking
to you. Thank you again.

Wednesday, 8:29 p.m.
Yes, this is Harold. I am a
retired postal employee and I
go to the post office at least
one a day, maybe five time a
week. And I have to look at a
door that looks like somebody
has broken into our post office.
It looks like heck and a front
that is not taken care of prop-
erly.
I feel like there's not any
pride in our post office and we
need to get that cleaned up.
There is no sense in this. They
have the money to do it.
There is no reason for it It
really is an eyesore for all of us
to see it like this. I sure wish
something could be done
about this.
I am going to start out
with the paper and see if I can
get something going. If I can't
get any help then I will take it
to Washington, if I have to.
Thank you for your time.

Tuesday, 3:21 p.m.
Hi, this is Lydia. I saw in
an area publication on
Monday where a man went to
Spain and criticized my coup-
try about trash.
I think the thing he needs
to do if he is so concerned
about trash is stay in Pensacola
and look around you mister.
Thank you.

Tuesday, 7:07 am.
Yes, I am tired of calling
the police to come to Arienne
Drive. They come out but they
don't help with this traffic. The
people go 50 or more early in
the morning through the night
and it is ridiculous.
The speed limit is 15 to 20
and these people get away
with everything.
Where is the white truck I
have heard about?
Come on white truck;
come to my neighborhood.
Thank you.
Behind Santa Rosa
Hospital; Arieene Drive.
Catch these people.

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


Bates, Kathleen
Louise
Kathleen Louise Bates,
age 86, of 1050 Johnson
Brady Rd., Canton, GA, died
Thursday, April 24, 2008 at
Lila Doyle Nursing Facility
in Seneca, SC.
Born in Santa Rosa
County, FL in' 192 1, a daugh-
ter of the late George Dewey
and Berlie Brown Booker,
she was retired from the
University of Florida where
she worked in student health
services as a registered nurse.
She was of the Christian
faith.
Surviving are daugh-
ters-Kathleen Rebecca
Bates, Patricia Lynn De
Urioste and Bonnie Louise
Anderson; sisters-Ann
Jones and Mary King, and six"
grandchildren- Cristina
Patricia De Urioste, Rachel
Ann De Urioste, Michael
Lloyd Anderson, Meryl
Elizabeth Anderson, Zachary
Tavis Anderson and Stuart
Leland Anderson.
In addition to her parents,
her husband-Sidney
Thomas Bates preceded her
in death.
Graveside services will
be 2 p.m., Sunday, April 27,
2008 at the Antioch Cemetery
in Island Grove, FL with
Reverend Dewey Mars offici-
ating.
The family will receive
friends 4 to 6 p.m., Saturday,
April 26, 2008 at the
Williams-Thomas Funeral
Home in Gainesville, FL.
Memorials may be made
in Mrs. Bates' memory to
Interserve USA mission serv-
ice at Interserve, Attn:
Finance Clerk, PO Box 418,
Upper Darby, PA 19082-
0418 on behalf of Marq and
Marlene Gorton and daughter
Britte-Catherine Gorton. A
message of condolence may-
be written to the family by
visiting www.sandiferfuner-
alhome.com
Sandifer Funeral Home is
assisting the Bates Family.
Let the family know you


care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www. srpressgazette.com.

Schinkel, Edward
D.
1935-2008
Edward D. Schinkel, age
72, passed away Monday,
April 21, 2008 following a
lengthy illness. He was a
native of New Jersey'and had
resided in Milton for many
years. Mr. Schinkel was a
U.S. Navy veteran of the
Korean Conflict.
Mr. Schinkel is survived
by his wife-Tresia Schinkel,
of Milton, FL; daughter-
Terri (Peter) Tozzi, of
Tucson, AZ; three step-
daughters- Diane McKnight,
of Milton, FL, Jennifer (Tim)
Butler, of Chattanooga, TN,
and Donna (Rick) Register,
of Bagdad, FL; and eleven
grandchildren.
Visitation will be from
1:00-2:00 p.m., Thursday,
April 24, 2008 at Lewis
Funeral Home, Milton
Chapel with Rev. Fred
Rogers officiating. Funeral
service will follow at 3:00
p.m., graveside, at Serenity
Gardens with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at
www.srpressgazette.com.

Collins, Jennie
Ruth (Jane)
1934-2008
Jennie Ruth (Jane)
Collins was born August 22,
1934 in Vivian, LA. She
attended school there and
went on to graduate from
Meadow Draughn Business
College. Jane and her hus-
band Jerry moved to Pace in
1958 and became very
active volunteers in the
Santa Rosa County School
System, little league, Pace
High School Band Boosters
and most recently, she had
served as Treasurer with


Friends of the Pace Library.
She had a passion for educa-
tion and a love of books,
which was instilled in all her
children at an early age.
Jane's work history
included Pensacola Buggy
Works in Downtown
Pensacola, St. Regis Paper
Company, American
Cyanamid and she retired
from West Florida Hospital
after fifteen years in the
Nursing Education
Department.
Jane leaves behind her
high school sweetheart and
loving husband of 57 years,
Jerry L. Collins, two daugh-
ters Dorothy L. Collins of
Pensacola and Susan R. Hart
of Milton, two sons Michael
A. Collins (Christa) of Pace
and Raymond L. Collins
(Cindy) of Milton. She also
leaves her two sisters, Nelda
Gant of Clearwater, FL and
Linda Reif of Lafayette; LA
and one brother, Richard
Turnley (Judy) of
Farmerville, LA.
Jane was blessed with
eight grandchildren--Kim
Mepham (Chuck), Chris
Free (Paula), Sarina Bradley
(Robbie), Richie Hart,
Jennifer Collins, Chad
Collins, Kevin Collins and
Ashley Hayes Collins, thir-
teen great-grandchildren,
Mackenzie, Joshua,
Courtney, Summer, Trey,
Taylor, Kayla, Katie, Kolby,
Joel, Anthony, ,Hannah, and
Landon.
The family received vis-
itors from 5:00 7:00 PM
followed by a Memorial
Service at Lewis Funeral
Home on 4777 West Spencer
Field Road, Pace, FL on
Wednesday, April 23, 2008.
In lieu of flowers donations
may be made to Friends of
the Pace Library at
www.friendsofpacelibrary.o
rg, or Friends of Pace
Library, PO Box 2068, Pace,
FL 32571. Let the family
know you care. Sign the
guest book under news/obit-
uaries at
www.srpressgazette.com


Pensacola to host its




24th Crawfish Festival


Presented by the Fiesta
of Five Flags Association,
Bud Light, Buffalo Rock-
Pepsi, Three Olives Vodka,
Bacardi, BB&T, Cox
Communications and
WEAR-TV 3, the 24th
Annual Pensacola Crawfish
Festival will be held in his-
toric Bartram Park May 2, 3
and 4, 2008. This event will
feature more than 15 thou-
sand pounds of boiled craw-
fish in addition to other tra-
ditional Cajun and Creole
fare such as red beans and
rice, crawfish pie, crawfish
po-boys, boudin balls, and
even fried gator tails. The
crawfish vendor is Mike
Hefner of Mike's Crawfish
Boils from Duson, LA.
Look for local favorites
Cajun Specialty Meats and
Zea who will be bringing
their delicious menu to the
Festival. For those who
don't care for Cajun or
spicy foods there will be
plenty of other festival
favorites such as hamburg-
ers, funnel cakes, jumbo


corn dogs, lobster tail, and
beef shish ka bobs.
In addition to excellent
Cajun and Creole dishes,
the festival will present
authentic Louisiana Bayou
Country and Zydeco enter-
tainment. Guests will enjoy
Hadley Castille and the
Sharecroppers Band, The
Bayou Boys and a newcom-
er to the line-up, Big Red &
the Zydeco Playmakers.
The Bacardi-Three Olives
Entertainment Tent will
also be the site of the 3rd
Annual CAT Country
Crawfish Eating Contest.
Check the entertainment
schedule for registration
and preliminary round
times. The fee is $5 per per-
son...with a limited number
of entries available....so
register early! Each day a
Grand Prize will be award-
ed!
On Saturday and
Sunday, the Family area
will delight kids of all ages.
NASCRAW Races, face
painting, games and arts


and crafts will be held
throughout the day.
There will be great
entertainment, exciting
activities and delicious
Cajun food. Bring your
family and come for the
day... or the weekend.
Handicapped parking avail-
able with an approved
handicap tag at Fountain
Park parking lot, which is
located across the street
from Bartram Park.
Admission is $5 daily or
$10 for a weekend pass for
adults, children under 12
free.
Pensacola Crawfish
Festival hours are:
Dates and Hours:
Friday, May 2 5 p.m. to
10 p.m.
Saturday, May 3 10
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday, May 4 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Tickets are avail-
able at the BB&T Festival
Admission Gate or in
advance at BB&T locations
or the Fiesta of Five Flags
Office.


County Government


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


State Government


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


Federal Government


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

School Government

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


City Government

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

Contact information for your elected officials appears
in every Saturday edition of the Santa Rosa Press Gazette.
Know your leaders, stay ii touch.


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Local


Milton


Contiedi From Page One
providing Municipal Aid
to the city as a way to allevi-
ate dual taxation, and were
county residents use the city
facilities such as the
Carpenter's Boat Launch and
Russell Harber Landing Park
Road.
City Council woman
Marilyn Jones was absent
from the meeting.
Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson pointed out the
residents in the city pay full
county taxes and the city
provides a great deal to the
county.
This is something the
county also does for Gulf
Breeze and the City of Jay.
, Last year the county
gave nearly $360,000 in
municipal aid to Milton.
"We acknowledge the
city residents don't get the
full benefit of the taxes they


Whiting

Continued From Page One
world's largest conservation
land buying program.
"Obviously we have
learned many things from the
various BRAC's (Base
Realignment and Closure)
that have taken place all over
the country since 1989.
"There are two things we
have learned: protect the
mission of the base and
enhance military value,"
says Salter.
"The value of a base
depends on the mission. At
Whiting Field, we train the
nation's best aviators. So, in
order to protect our mission,
we need to protect our fence
lines and we also need to
protect our air space.
"If we can do these two
things, Whiting Field should
be as secure as any military
base in the country when it
comes to efficiency and
judging whether one [a base]
should stay open during
future rounds of base clo-
sures and downsizing," says
Salter.
Salter says in the last 10


pay," said Santa Rosa
County Administration
Hunter Walker. "Back when
this started there were
around 80,000 residents in
Santa Rosa County and now
we have between 145,000
and 150,000.
"Last year we cut the aid
by 10-percent and warned
them there might not be any
next year depending on the
budget situation."
During Monday's city
council meeting Mayor
Thompson nor any of the
other council members pres-
ent stated what might get cut
if they do not get the
Municipal Aid dollars they
were counting on.
Not affected are the tax
dollars, which are part of the
Milton Downtown
Redevelopment District.
Those dollars last year
equaled just over $675,000.


In other action the city
entered into an agreement
with the developer of
Whisper Creek-Phase 11.
With the agreement the
City of Milton will not look
to collect its impact fees for
water and sewer until build-
ing permits are pulled for
each project.
The council agreed to
insert the letter seeking
financial support for the
Emerald Coast Honor Flight
into the utility bills.
Costs to duplicate the
letters so they can be inserted
in the city utility bills will
run somewhere in the neigh-
borhood of $500.
Council members are
also looking at preserving
the artifacts uncovered at the
Locklin Lake Project, but
before they commit members
would like to see a cost for
the project.


Geronimo Barragan has been very busy since he re-opened his restaurant in Milton on
Wednesday. Barragan kept his doors closed for 11 weeks as he tried to find workers who could
work for him at his restaurant. There is no time frame for when his restaurant in Pace will once
again open.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Business


Continued FromPage One
Many customers told
Barragan as they left today
he had been in their
prayers.
Barragan thanked them
all and shared a few person-
al moments with customers
as he enjoyed the fact he
was open once again.


years, Santa Rosa County
has had a very aggressive
policy regarding acquiring
land around the base and its
outlying fields.
"Back in 2003, Santa
Rosa County and Whiting
Field set forth to do a joint
study to look at every piece
of property within a half mile
radius around Whiting Field
and the six outlying fields
that are located in Santa
Rosa County.
"From there we adopted


several ordinances about
how development would
occur around Whiting Field
as well as the outlying
fields," says Salter.
Salter says the Navy, for
the first time, now has funds
available to them for the pur-
chase of land adjacent to or
near the bases for conservan-
cy purposes.
The county is still pursu-
ing its goal of developing an
Aviation Park on 69 acres
owned by the county for the


last three to four years. This
aviation park would contain
a 6,000 foot runway and an
industrial park for aviation
related businesses.
"Captain Sadsad is
working diligently with his
bosses to try to get the initial
agreement. If that happens,
we will then sit down and
start negotiating with
Whiting Field and the
Department of the Navy on
compensation." says Salter.
Salter also says in order
to obtain access to the 6.000
foot runway; the county


Following the February
arrests, which led to the
closing of Barragan's
restaurants in Milton and
Pace, he hado to fill the
shortage of employees and
addressed that issue at the
time with the Press
Gazette.
The Pace restaurant still


would be willing to do some
work for Whiting Field, such
as road maintenance or cut-
ting grass, as compensation.
He says this type of
agreement would benefit
both the county and the base
by cutting the costs of run-
ning the base and by allow-
ing the county access to a
runway.
Salter said other pro-
posed developments to land
adjacent to the base include
an off-road recreational area.
Salter says the county's
land acquisition program is


remains closed as of today.
"We are working and
making contacts to secure
the workers we need to
comply with the authori-
ties," said Barragan, back
in February
There is no known time
frame as to when the. Pace
location will re-open.


moving forward as planned.
"We continue to pur-
chase land around NAS
Whiting Field. The county
now owns hundreds of acres
of this land and we are in the
process of closing on several
pieces of land around the
perimeter of the base. There
are several other landowners
who are now agreeable to
selling their property to the
county."
Salter says the county's
goal is one day to have
acquired all of the property
within a half mile radius of


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By JENI SENTER
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There is talk around the
county about the possibility
of a new high school in
Santa Rosa's future. Those
who are talking say one is
sorely needed.
"The projected enroll-
ment of Pace High School
for next year is estimated at
this time at 1,875 students,"
says Pace High Principal
Frank Lay.
"Our capacity is 2100,
but that is the number of
people who could safely fit
inside the building, not a
real working number that's
realistic in terms of how
many students we could
accommodate with the staff
we will have on hand.
"Depending on the
budget cuts for next year
and the legislative session
[regarding class size
amendments], \Xe may have
a reduction in staff and this
will really hurt us," he con-
tinues.
Lay affirms he has
heard the talk of building a
new school, although no
official word has been
given. "It would make sense
to build a new school to
alleviate the strain on
Milton High and Pace High
and I think it would be good
for everyone."
Rumor has it the poten-
tial new school might be
located on Hwy 89, near the
University of Florida
Research Farm, one of sev-
eral locations mentioned.
"I have heard the talk,
nothing official, of course,
but there have been several
discussions about building a
new school," says Central
High School Principal
Kenny Owens.
"A few different loca-
tions have been mentioned,
but as far as I know there
isn't a concrete plan yet," he
says.
Clifton Hinote, the
Assistant Principal at
Central, has also heard the
rumors. "I have heard the


idea would be to move
around 300 students from
Pace High, around 300 stu-
dents from Milton High,
and the students from
Central to the new school,"
he says.
It has been reported the
current Central High would
become a middle school if
construction of a new high
school was initiated.
Some students at Pace
have complained about the
crowded conditions. "I
never had time to eat lunch
because the lines were so
long and there was never
anywhere to sit when you
finally got food," says Sarah
Orsa, who attended Pace
High last year.
The budget woes the
Santa Rosa School District
is facing are increasing the
troubles of booming enroll-
ment. Lay says, "If the
budget problems continue,
there will definitely be a
detrimental effect. We will
be forced to make changes,
some electives may be cut;
we are definitely feeling the
pinch.
"Florida voters did us a
great disservice this year.
We are going to be hit hard
with budget cuts combined
with expanding enrollment.
"I hope that this is just a
temporary trend and that
things will pick up soon,"
he says.
Milton High School has
a current student population
of 1,913 students attending
school in a 55 year old
building.
Central High School's
student enrollment is cur-
rently at only 293 children
in grades 7 through 12. The
85 year old school's atten-
dance zone encompasses
425 square miles. The racial
composition is 97 percent
white.
There would be a posi-
tive change in the diversity
of the racial composition of
Central High if a new
school were to be built and
students of varied back-


The hallways at Pace High School are elbow to elbow during class changes and at the end of the day. Pace High has a project-
ed 2009 student population of at least 1875.


grounds were included in
the new student body..
Santa Rosa County
Superintendant of Schools
John Rogers says the
Board's budget projections


and any other potential
plans are going to be largely
determined by the outcome
of the legislative session.
"We are already facing
critical budget cuts, if


Florida voters approve addi-
tional legislative cuts we
will be in a serious situa-
tion," says Rogers.
School Board
Representative Hugh


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Winkles agrees. "We need
to speak with the legisla-
tors; we need to push our
platforms. We are in sur-
vival mode at this point," he
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at 10 am in the R. G. Lee
Chapel at The Baptist
College of Florida (BCF) in
Graceville.
Known for his uncom-
promising stand on Biblical
issues and strong defense of
the Christian faith, Traylor
has served at Olive Baptist
Church since 1990. He has a
weekly radio and television
show called At the Heart of
Things, which reaches thou-
sands of homes along the
Gulf Coast.
In addition to serving as
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Pastors' Conference. He has


Dr. Ted Traylor, Senior Pastor at Olive Baptist Church in
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Baptist College of Florida (BCF), in the King's Cup Coffee Shop
on campus.


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change school start and
finish times.
The new start times
will be 7:15 a.m. for most
elementary schools, 8:15
a.m. for most middle
schools, and 9:15 a.m. for
high schools.
According to research
by the National Sleep
Foundation, teens learn
better on this type of
schedule.
"Biological sleep pat-
terns shift toward later
times for both sleeping and
waking during adoles-
cence, meaning it is natu-


ral to not be able to fall
asleep before I 1:00) pm.
"Schools that have set
later bell times find that
students do not go to bed
later, but get one hour
more of sleep per school
night, which means five
hours more per week.
"Enrollment and atten-
dance improves and stu-
dents are more likely to be
on time when school starts.
"Parents and teachers
report that teens are more
alert in the morning and in
better moods; they are less
likely to feel depressed or
need to visit the nurse or


school counselor," says
l.isa Tumminello of the
National Sleep
Foundation.
The transition to a
three-tier system will
result in the district having
48 fewer bus routes.
Although there will be
more hours available for
bus drivers, there will be
fewer drivers needed.
The new bussing sys-
tem is said to have a
potential savings of about
$1 million.
The board also
announced the signing of a
new five year transporta-


lion contract with Durham
School Services.
"At the end of the day,
the superior contractor
bidding for our business
was Durham," says
Rogers.
Business Director for
Durham Services Greg
Walter expressed gratitude
to the board and said he
looks forward to working
with Santa Rosa County.
"The committee was
very thorough and it was a
privilege to work with
them. I am glad to be a
part of your school system.
Thank you," says Walter.


As some of the coun-
ty's bus drivers wiped tears
from their eyes, Rogers
asked the two representa-
tives from First Student,
the current transportation
contractor, to stand.
"You handled this con-
tract well for 10 years and
we appreciate your friend-
ship and the way you have
served the Santa Rosa
County School System.
"I would like to invite
you to rebid for this con-
tract when the time comes
for it to be renewed
again," says Rogers.
The board members


thanked the parents and
members of the community
for coming to the meeting
and participating in the
forum.
"I know that this is
going to be a hardship for
some of us, a lot of us, but
if we, the board and the
community, can work
together, we can make this
work," says Rogers.
"We have been good
stewards of your tax dol-
lars and if you will just
have confidence in us we
will make good decisions
for you," says Chairman of
the Board Joann Simpson.


Santa Rosa County cleans up


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
On Saturday, volunteers
from all over Santa Rosa
County participated in the
Great American Clean-Up,
an annual nationwide com-
munity improvement pro-
gram where volunteers pick
up trash and debris in their
communities.
Nearly 600 people in
Santa Rosa County partici-
pated in the Great American
Clean-Up.
According to Santa
Rosa Clean Community
System, trash along our
roadways is a problem that
looks like it is getting worse
by the day. It can make any
community seem uncaring
and damper the beauty of
our natural environment.
Besides being unsightly, lit-
ter can also be a starting
point for other community
blight.
Grace Kortchmar of
Keep America Beautiful,
the nation's largest volun-
teer-based non-profit com-
munity action and educa-
tion organization, says lit-
tering tends to fall into
three areas. "Where people
feel no sense of ownership,
where people think some-
one else is paid to clean up,


and where trash has already
accumulated, also called the
magnet effect."
Navarre had almost 300
people picking up trash and
the strangest piece of trash
reportedly found by its
group was a check for
$1,000. Organizers called
the number on the check.
and returned it to the right-
ful owner.
Milton had 150 partici-
pants cleaning trash from
roadsides and parks.
Pace, Avalon, Bagdad,
Jay, Holt, and other com-
munities had many volun-
teers helping clean up the
county.
Allyson Orsa needed to
get her hair and makeup
done for her 8th grade prom
on Saturday, but she still
found time to participate in
the Clean Up. "1 just got my
nails done yesterday, I have
stuff under them now from
cleaning up garbage beside
the road, but this is fun, I
want to do this every year."
47 participants cleaned
along the side of roads in
the Blackwater River Forest
in an effort to rid one of the
most beautiful spots in
.Santa Rosa County of trash.
Volunteers from Camp
Emachamee, the STOP


Camp (juvenile residential
facility), Blackwater
Baptist Church, and other
residents of the Munson
community picked up 124
bags of trash on Saturday.
The Blackwater STOP
camp adopted an over 15
mile long stretch of road to
clean throughout the year.
Jane Parker has been
instrumental in getting peo-
ple in Northern Santa Rosa
County involved in both
cleaning up the community
and in recycling.
Parker is a lifelong resi-
dent of Munson and says of
the area, "We are blessed to
be able to live in the Forest,
and we should do every-
thing we can to take care of
it.
"I am just going to keep
plugging away at it and
hope pebple start thinking
about what they are doing
[when they throw out
trash]."
The Forestry Service
Office in Munson reported
916 pounds of litter and
household debris picked up
in April. They also said
2,001 pounds of debris
from illegal, dumpsites was
collected.
Executive Director
John Tonkin of Santa Rosa


Jane Parker speaks to volunteers at Saturday's Community Clean Up about the schedule for the
day and informs everyone where to dispose of the trash collected. About 50 volunteers met at
Blackwater Baptist Church to kick off the Santa Rosa Clean Community activity; Munson vol-
unteers collected 124 bags-of garbage. Over 600 participants countywide cleaned trash and
debris from road sides and parks.


Clean Community System
says the 2008 Clean Up is
an important community
event. "This day is meant to
celebrate our area, to give


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Viewpoints


Vol. 101, Number 5


6A Saturday, April 26, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW


Some cheap




entertainment


There are over 100 channels available for viewing in
most homes today. Still we complain of nothing to
watch.
Over and over, most of us wear out the buttons on
our remotes, flipping back and forth from channel to
channel in hopes of finding something to entertain us.
If you are looking for entertainment, we invite you
to watch the Thursday meeting of the Santa Rosa
County Commissioners at
www.santarosa.fl.gov/bocc.meetings.html.
The best way to describe what occurred was "a les-
son in futility." The meeting was about as entertaining
as watching two mules fighting over a turnip.
Were important issues discussed?
Yes.
But the point, which would leave you scratching
your head, was how the discussions went on.
One commissioner would offer a motion then, dur-
ing the discussion, commissioners would forget the orig-
inal motion or take it upon themselves to offer a second
motion.
An issue that garnered a great deal of attention was
the structure attached to the historic Fisher-Hamilton
Building in downtown Milton.
Commissioner Bob Cole stirred up the masses.
After placing people along the front so they could
easily get to the podium for their comments.
Commissioners almost went right through voting with-
out allow those waiting to speak an opportunity to do
so.
Ironically, when you look back on the committee
meeting Monday, not much had changed except for the
fact some groups were ready to step forward and try to
save this building.
Later, commissioners addressed a developers and
their request to allow a proposed second phase of the
project to have the impact fees assessed when he gets
the building is permit instead of when the final plat is
approved.
At one point during the discussion there were three
or four motions on the floor at the same time, all wait-
ing for a second.
If you watch this portion of the video, you might be
very amazed. Commissioners vote, 3-2, for a public
hearing to be set for a change of impact fees. Then vote,
5-0, to hold a workshop to study the entire ordinance.
Unless we missed something in the translation of
what was said by each of the five commissioners, all
agreed that "when" the impact fees are levied could be
hurting developers due to the current condition of the
market.
It is hard to predict what the final outcome will be,
but the feeling we came away from the meeting with is
the leaders will most likely look at changing when the
impact fee is due as one developer had suggested.
He didn't want to get out of paying the fee, but
wanted to pay it when the building permit is pulled.
If all of this wasn't enough, commissioners had to
take utilities to task over tap fees. During the discussion,
it was suggested a lawyer could have a field day with
what they uncovered at a previous workshop.
One commissioner noted if the citizens were having
trouble with tap fees they should vote off the board
.members.
An interesting comment coming from those who
make their living from the public trough.


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FM: Becky Sawyer
Pace, Fla.

Dear Editor,

If you can help,'please let
me know. There was a
wreck in Pace, near
Advanced Auto Parts.
My daughter was in the
wreck, and had her Toy Fox
Terrier, which she handed
over to a man.
He gave the dog, Peanut,
to 'a woman who came into
the shop before any of the
family could come and get
Peanut.
He doesn't know who she
was, except her name might
be Susan or Charlotte.
We must get our dog
back. She is so much a part
of this family and is proba-


bly wondering where we are.
My family is just sick
because we can't find our
dog.
My phone number is 251-
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Thank you in advance for
any help you can give us.

Wanting accountability
FM: Ronald M. Carhart
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I was considering that I
would vote for the one cent
sales tax to pay for a new
courthouse until I read the
April 12 edition of the Press
Gazette.
The county will have to
pay out an extra $78,000
because no one caught.the
problem with the sand and


old pilings.
One of the comments
that came from the meeting
was, 'we're not perfect."
This seems to be the atti-
tude of the commissioners.
How many of them can
take a $78,000 hit on their
business and not close for
good.
This also brought back
memories of the $12-million
jail that wound up costing
$22-million.
If the commissioners
can't get two small buildings
done without $78,000 cost
over run what will happen
with a $20-million building?
That building will wind
up costing $40 to $50-mil-
lion.
I don't have any confi-
dence in the county commis-
sioners.


I can also remember the:
state of the art scoreboard
that cost a lott of money
when it might have gone to
pay for lights instead of
charging all the kids extra so
they can play baseball at
night.
Could the $78,000 be
used for lights?
I had to laugh when I
read the results of the poll
for the one cent sales tax.
Only 150 people voted and
56% voted yes.
That means 84 people are
in favor of the tax and I'll
bet the 84 work in the court-
house.
Editor's note: The polls
conducted by the Press
Gazette are to look at how
the community feels and has
no scientific value compared
to other polls.


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By JENI SENTER
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"We are a country that
prides itself on power and
wealth, vet there are millions
of children who go hungry'
every day.
"It is our responsibility,
not only as a nation, but also
as individuals, to get
involved.
"So, next time you pass
someone on the street who is
in need, remember how lucky
you are, and don't turn
away."
-Leslie Boone
According to the U.S.
Department of labor, 25
percent of the population
of Santa Rosa County are
classified as the working
poor or are living in pover-
ty.
Over 200 agencies
across 7 counties in
Florida rely on the Bay
Area Food Bank to supply
hungry people with food.
The Bay Area Food
Bank was organized in
1981 and serves people
from the Louisiana state
line, through eight coun-
ties in Mississippi, nine
counties in Alabama, and
seven in Florida.
It collects, warehouses,
and redistributes food to
Manna Food Pantry in
Pensacola, 120 churches,
and large non-profit organ-
izations such as the Red
Cross and the Salvation
Army.
SMarcus Ditty, Manager
for the Pace Branch of the
Bay Area Food Bank says
although there is about a
30 percent -increase in the
requests for food, the sup-
ply is down nearly 40 per-
cent.
"It is becoming more
and more evident that we
are going to have to rely on
the goodwill of the com-


munity instead of any form
of governmental funding,
including city and county
sources.
"Government funding
is being, cut across the
state," he says.
Ditty says the need is
critical for both food and
volunteer labor.
"Although we [Bay
Area Food Bank] have
fundraisers and food drives
through our Alabama
offices, we don't have any-
thing locally, or in Florida.
"We are going to have
to start finding and devel-
oping community partner-
ships to continue doing
what we do," says Ditty.
At the current leased
warehouse on Highway 90,
boxes are stacked to the
ceilings and space is short.
Even with all the food fill-
ing the building, Ditty says
the level of need will far
outweigh the supply.
"The current facility is
not large enough and has
limited refrigerator and
freezer capacity," says
Ditty.
With no back up gener-
ator, "it is in no way disas-
ter ready," he says. "Since
our mission is to provide
disaster relief, and domes-
tic hunger relief, it's not
compatible."
The lack of adequate
space and food storage is
critical, but it seems there
is light at the end of the
tunnel.
The Pace Branch of the
food bank broke ground in
November of 2007 on a
new two acre site in the
Santa Rosa Industrial Park.
After delays in begin-
ning construction due to.
design and funding issues,
construction is finally set
to begin next month on the
17,000 square foot build-


In addition to being
larger, the new building
will feature back up power.
This means in the case of a
hurricane the office will be
up and operational, distrib-
uting food within 24 hours
of a storm.
The new facility will
also act as a storm shelter
for its staff and will be
able to withstand a
Category 3 hurricane in
order for staff to immedi-
ately be on hand to begin
distributing food.
"We have a signed con-
tractor now, Keenan and
Sons, and finalized plans,"
says Ditty.
"It looks a little differ-
ent than the original
[plan], some things Were
streamlined and made
more cost effective; while
still keeping the main fea-
tures that will make this
the community asset we
want it to be- disaster
ready with larger freezer
and cooler complexes to
respond to the changes in
the grocery market arid the
donation stream,." he says.
Holding a canned food
drive, making a donation,
or volunteering your time
could make a tremendous
impact toward feeding a
hungry family.
Ditty says any commu-
nity assistance would be
appreciated.
"We want to do things
right. The biggest thing is
we are here to stay and that
is for sure. We want to be a
community asset. As long
as there are hungry people,
we will be feeding them."
To make a donation or
to volunteer your time at
the Pace Branch of the Bay
Area Food Bank, call
Marcus Ditty at (850)995-
1233.


Building

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pledging their support in
working together to get
grants to help continue
improvement efforts,
Commissioner Bob Cole
admitted that by playing the
role of aggravator he has got-
ten people to move off dead
center.
"I have one question for
the historical groups who are
here today about this build-
ing," said Cole. "I would like
to know where you have
been the last two years."
Commissioners did learn
the proceeds for the last five
years spent on the building
could be counted as match-
ing dollars to help with
grants according to Perry
Rosenbamn, who is with the
Northwest Florida Historical
Preservation Board.
"One thing I do know is
grants are having a hard time
being funded right' now,"
said Rosenbamn. "But the
key to remember is even
with a commitment of all the
resources we have no money
will be available till 2009.
"But most of the grants
should start getting funded in
a couple of years."
Following a lengthy dis-
cussion Commissioner Don
Salter moved to replace the
damaged section of the roof
and make repairs inside the,
building.to pre-storm condi-
tion.
The other issue, which
was a heated discussion,
focused on the impact fees.



Bus

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Smith's truck, which was
pushed into the ditch.
Smith suffered minor
injuries according to Trooper
Gatewood's report and was
taken to Santa Rosa Medical
Center.
At the time of the acci-
dent 35 children were pas-
sengers on the school bus but
none of them required any
medical treatment.


Developers of Soundside
Shores first addition asked
for a waiver of his assessed
road impact fees.
The developer on this
project would like to pay
impact fees as he pulls a
building permit instead of
having to when he gets a
build order.
Commissioner Goodin
asked the county attorney to
hold a public hearing to





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change the wording of the
county ordinance to allow
payment upon getting a
building permit.
Goodin's motion passed
3-2 with commissioners
Salter and Tom Stewart vot-
ing against it.
Following the vote
Commissioner Salter made a
motion to study the ordi-
nance as a whole, which
passed 5-0.


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April 26, 2008
Section B


The Santa Rosa Kids House officially opened on Wednesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The building will be known as the Howard and Mary Burris Child Advocacy Center. The late Howard
K. Burris donated the land and $1-million dollars in honor of his late wife, Mary, to get the program started in Santa Rosa County. This house will serve a one stop location to help children who
have been victimized by predators. Last year alone in Santa Rosa County there were 1,800 reported cases of abuse involving children. This building will have medical personnel, prosecutors,
the guardian ad litem, and counseling ON SITE to help the children and their families who have been victimized.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin





Advocates for the children


By BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
Wednesday was a very
symbolic day as many
groups came together to
help the children of Santa
Rosa County.
Last year alone 1,800
children were victimized
by abuse, which is why the
county now has the
Howard and Mary Burris
Child Advocacy Center.
"What is symbolic
about all of this is we are a
team from the start," said
Harmon Massey, board
chairman with the Santa
Rosa Kids House. "All the
experts will now be, under
one roof."
While this facility will
house medical care, coun-
selors, the guardian ad
litem who will serve as the
child's advocate, and a
prosecutor from the state
attorney's office, the true
importance of what can be
done isn't put into
prospective unless you
talk to Mark Lunsford.
Lunsford is the father
of nine-year-old Jessica
Lunsford who was abduct-
ed from her home, raped,
and murdered in
Homossassa, Fla., on Feb.
24, 2005.
"If we had a center
like this back home my
daughter would probably
be alive today," said
Lunsford. "A center like


Hank Shirah, Executive Director of the Santa Rosa Kids House, and Mark Lunsford, whose daughter Jessica was an abuse vic-
tim and who led to the creation of "Jessica's Law" talked to those in attendance for an open house prior to Wednesday's rib-


bon cutting ceremony.
this probably would have
encountered one of John
Couey's victims and put
him behind bars."
Centers like the Burris
Child Advocacy Center do
not operate on governmen-
tal money, but instead


grants and donations from
the community are what
allows these shelters to
work.
Lunsford noted most
centers like this one have a
70% success rate in prose-
cuting the offender
because the family does
not have to run all over the
place and give up.
"I am working with a
child right now who is a


victim," said Lunsford.
"The child didn't even
speak to an investigator
until six months after the
complaint was filed.
"I don't blame the
police or the prosecutors,
but I blame the legislators
and policy makers,"
Lunsford noted Ohio
adopted provisions to pro-
tect children, but the prob-
lem was there were no dol-


lars to carry these pro-
grams out.
"It is our responsibili-
ty as grown adults to pro-
tect children" said
Lunsford. "The children
didn't make the choice to
be a victim.


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"But we need to be one
to help protect and nurture
them."
The Santa Rosa
County Kids House group
has been around since the
1990's with the Gulf Coast
Kids House, but in 2000
the local effort came
together.
"We kind of got off
track due to the storms and
hurricanes in getting this
project off the ground,"
said Hank Shirah, who is
the executive director of
the Santa Rosa ,Kids
House. "Then along came
people like Howard Burris
and early board members
like Greg Lowery.
"The heart of Santa
Rosa County is this build-
ing and the potential of
what we can do now is
limitless. The child advo-
cates and folks in Santa
Rosa County did it for the
children."
Lunsford, who was in
town on Tuesday and
Wednesday for this open-
ing, pointed out there are
currently 34 states who
have passed Jessica's Law.
"Right after Jessica
died I could have gotten
away with anyting," said
Lunsford. "But I decided
to do something else and
that was to make sexual
predators' lives miserable.
"But I am miserable
since I will never get to


It took a lot of individual as well as group efforts to make this project possible. (Left) One of the several volunteers works on landscaping in front of the Howard and Mary Burris Child Advocacy
Center. (Center) Harmon Massey, who represented the Santa Rosa Kids House Board of Directors, signs a contract showing thier committement and support to the project. (Right) Pete Morgan
was another volunteer Saturday who worked to complete the final touches to the outside of the Santa Rosa Kids House for this weeks ceremonies.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Local


Community pride awards announced


4915 Highway 90 Pace
850-995-1600






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The April Community
Pride Award for a non-resi-
dential landscape was pre-
sented to the St. Rose of
Lima Catholic Church on
Park Avenue. Built in 1992,
the beautiful Mediterranean-
style building is surrounded
by over 20 acres of parish
property. Keeping this large
area in tip-top shape is a huge
undertaking. Dennis Flores,
the custodian of the grounds,
takes care of the big jobs,
such as mowing and trim-
ming, and he keeps every-
thing in order. He is ably
assisted by a small army of
parish gardeners who tend
the areas immediately sur-
rounding the church.
Twenty-five showed up early
this spring to plant, weed,
mulch, and do anything else
that was necessary to keep
the St. Rose grounds looking
beautiful.
There is a wide array of
flowers, shrubs, and trees to
delight the viewer. The
accompanying photo was


taken in front of a gorgeous
Indian Hawthorn. Earlier in
the spring there was a spec-
tacular show of azaleas. The
aroma from the rose garden,
in season, is a real treat. In
summer the pink crepe myr-
tles will be a feature.
A recent addition in
which much pride is taken is
a Canary Island Date Palm. It
was chosen to fit in with the
Mediterranean theme of the
church. The beautiful show
of plants would be impres-
sive under any conditions,
but the fact that there is no
irrigation makes the results
even more impressive. The
plants must rely primarily qn
natural rainfall--though
faithful gardeners give extra
attention to new plantings.
Congratulations, St.
Rose of Lima, and thank you
for the beauty that you have
added to the community.
The Residential Award is
presented to Steve and Jill
Brown of 5402 Timber Creek
Drive. Jill has always "fooled


with flowers" and obviously
loves gardening. She says,
"A yard takes a lot of play-
fulness, wisdom and
strength." Anyone viewing
her accomplishments would
agree that she has all three in
abundance. Around every
corer is something new and
interesting to enjoy. Her
knowledge and years of
experience produce delight-
ful results, but she is never
content to stick with a result.
She bubbles over with enthu-
siasm as she talks about
things she wants to try, and
she constantly pictures in her
mind the way she wants her
garden to look. Then she and
Steve get busy and make it
happen.
The most recent garden
changes came about as the
result of a back injury, which
makes it difficult for her to
do some tasks. Assisted by
Steve, she has revamped the
garden to make it less labor-
intensive. Grassy areas have
replaced a number of high-
maintenance flower beds. A
wide array of perennials have
been added to remaining
beds along with larger bush-
es, such as one of her
favorites, the Knockout
Rose. In the backyard sable
and sago palms rise on
berms, looking like restful
islands.
On the patio she grows
eatable plants like tomatoes,
peppers, and rosemary. By
the front door a clematis
gracefully winds through a
beautiful climbing rose.
Everywhere the eye turns is a


Above are Dennis Flores, Father Dennis O'Brian, and Zee
Christopher for the non-residential landscape April
Community Pride Award that was presented to St. Rose of
Lima Catholic Church. (Below) Jill and Steve Brown with their
Residential Award for April.
Submitted photos


beautiful scene.
Jill believes that a garden
should be welcoming and
that people should feel com-
fortable there. Two Garden
Club members on a quick


visit tounu ma a sne nau asuc-
ceeded admirably;. We hated
to leave. Jill, you are an
inspiration to other garden-
ers. Thank you for sharing
your enthusiasrp!


PJC summer and fall registration dates


Web registration is now in
progress for Pensacola Junior
College's summer and fall
semesters. Go to wwwNv.pjc.edu.
Students can select from
four summer sessions:
Session A (12 weeks) is
May 12 through Aug. 6
Session B (6 weeks) is
May 12 through June 23
Session C (8 weeks) is
June 10 through Aug. 6


Session D (6 weeks) is
June 25 through Aug. 6
Students can also register
for summer and fall classes
with assistance from an advisor.
An appointment is required.
On-campus registration for
summer and fall is 8 a.m. to 6
p.m., May 7-8. Fees for sum-
mer term classes are due by 6
p.m. May 8. On-campus regis-
tration continues 8 a.m. to 4


p.m. May 9, but, summer regis-
trations processed on or after
May 8 require fees be paid the
day of registration.
Late registration for sum-
mer sessions A & B is 8 a.m. to
6 p.m., May 12-13. The late
registration fee is $25.
Web registration for sum-
mer sessions C and D and fall
term classes continues after
May 13.


KATHLEEN ARMSTRONG is
new to United Bank but not to the
community. Visit her at our new
Pace office.


KRYSTAL ANASTON is the
Branch Manager of United Bank's Milton
office but residents of Santa Rosa County
have called her their banker for years.


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COLLECTOR'S CORNER by ROBERT G. MCCLURE

As your Santa Rosa County Tax Collector, I would like to take this opportunity
to make sure that everyone is aware of the availability of paying their taxes by
using the Installment Plan. You may now choose to pay your 2008 taxes by
taking advantage of this plan just as 1,260 Santa Rosa County taxpayers did
for their 2007 taxes. The only qualifications are that
your 2007 taxes must be $100 or greater per parcel
and you must apply prior to May 1, 2008. An appli-
cation is available by accessing our "on-line forms"
section of www.robertmcclure.com and choosing form
#21. Simply print out the form, complete, sign, and
either mail or drop off at any one of our five conven-
ient locations. We would also be glad to mail you an
application if you do not have internet access. Simply
call us at 983-1800 and request an Installment Plan
Application form. If you choose to participate in the
Installment Plan for 2008 taxes, you would make quar-
terly payments in June, September, and December of 2008 and your final pay-
ment would be due in March of 2009. Please realize that the four payments
will not be equal due to varying discounts and the fact that the first two pay-
ments are based on 2007 taxes while the last two are based on 2008 taxes.
Discounts are also allowed on installment tax payments per Florida Statutes.

As always, thank you for allowing me and my staff to serve you.



Robert G. McClure, CFC



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Sons of AR

chapter starts

up in Milton

The Florida Society, Sons
of the American Revolution
has announced that they will
charter a new Chapter in
Santa Rosa County on April
26, at the Red Barn on US 90
in Milton. The chapter will be
named "Aaron Snowden
-Chapter" in honor of the only
known Revolutionary soldier
buried in Santa Rosa County.
The members of the soci-
ety have proven their direct
bloodlines back to a person
that either fought for the
American side in the
Revolutionary War or was
considered a Patriot by fur-
nishing aid or materials to the
American Forces.
The Pensacola Chapter
has been furnishing support
to Santa Rosa County since it
was established on March 14,
1896 with the SAR Programs
that seek to maintain the insti-
tutions of American freedom,
and appreciation for true
Patriotism, a respect for
National symbols, the value
of American Citizenship, and
the unifying force of E
Pluribus Unum that has creat-
ed, from the people of many
nations, one nation, one peo-
ple. Why join the Sons of the
American Revolution?
1-to honor your ancestor
who gave you the right;
2-to perpetrate the morals
and values of our forefathers;
3-to honor your neigh-
bors, friends, and children
who practice those values;
4-because you are one of
the few that can.
Charter membership will
be held open time after the
Chartering Ceremony. If you
are eligible and would like to
join us in supporting the his-
torical, patriotic and educa-
tional activities in Santa Rosa
County, please contact
Nathan Williams at 850-981-
9533 or via email at aaron-
snowdensar@bellsouth.net.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Military



Ole Chief Column**


FSU supports Disabled Veterans


Great news for our dis-
abled Veterans! Florida State
University has announced it
is beginning the
Entrepreneurship Bootcamp
for Veterans (EBV) with
Disabilities. Randy Blass,
FSU faculty member and
bootcamp program director
says FSU plans to offer the
bootcamp program free to
20-30 veterans this summer.
The EBV program will join
world-class faculty, entre-
preneurs and disability
experts with business profes-
sionals to train veterans in
small business ownership.
This training consists of
online study, a 9-day resi-
dency at FSU and 12 months
of ongoing mentorship and
support from faculty experts.
Students will learn from
workshops how to write a
business plan, develop a
marketing strategy, raise
capital and attract customers
which is most effective for
their type of business.
T his program
offers training
for small busi-
ness to soldiers, sailors, air-
men and marines disabled
due to their service support-
ing operations Enduring


Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
The EBV program intends to
open doors for small busi-
ness ownership to disabled
veterans by developing com-
petency associated with cre-
ating and sustaining your
own business venture. This
EBV program is entirely free
to qualified veterans accept-
ed into the program.
ndividuals or corpo-
rations may sponsor
a veteran for $5000,
or gifts can be dedicated to
funding the special events
and administration costs.
Please contact Randy Blass
for further information.
Application for the pro-
gram is always open; no
deadlines, first come, first
served. For more informa-
tion or to apply, visit
http://whitman.syr.edu/ebv.
or contact Randy Blass,
FSU's EBV Program
Director at (850)459-1110,
rblass@cob.fsu.edu.
On a different note -
Many of you veterans are
very frustrated with the
whole VA claims process.
Why does it take so long and
why does VA continuously
ask for more documentation
when you have already sent


Cowart graduates Basic


Airman Kobert Steven
Cowart II completed Basic
Training at Lackland Air
Force Base in Texas. He is
attending school for 6
months at Sheppard Air
Force Base, also in Texas,
Cowart is a 2007
graduate of Milton High
School. While attending
Milton High he was an


Honor Band student and had
received a Music scholarship
to Troy University in
Alabama.
He will be deployed to
Japan upon completion of
his schooling. He is the son
of Robert S and Amy Cowart
of Milton. He is also the
grandson of the very proud
Ray and Fay Gray.


Hicks receives promotion


Major Philip C. Hicks,
USAF current Commander


Guisasola graduates
AF Basic Training


Air Force Airman 1st
Class Charles A. Guisasola
has graduated from basic
military training at Lackland
Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies; per-
formed drill and ceremony
marches, and received phys-
ical training, rifle marks-


of the 821 Support Squadron
Unit 82501, Bldg 461 at
Thule Air Force Base in
Greenland was selected to
promote to Lieutenant
Colonel (0-5).
Major Hicks' new
assignment is to report to the
Joint Forces Command in
June, 2008 at Suffolk,
Virginia. Major Hicks is the
son of CDR Martha and
Frank Hicks of Milton,
Florida.


manship, field training exer-
cises, and special training in
human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the
Community College of the
Air Force.
Guisasola is'the son of
Charles W. Guisasola of
Mona Drive, Navarre, Fla.,
and Brenda G. Guisasola of
Bill Lundy Road, Laurel
Hill, Fla.
He is a 2005 graduate of
Navarre High School.

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troops all over

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in so much information.
Well, when you read the fol-
lowing maybe it will help
explain why VA is so metic-
ulous.
A Gulfport, Mississippi
man was arrested Tuesday
for allegedly making false
claims about serving in
Vietnam and receiving a
Purple Heart. In an affidavit,
the 59-year-old man
admitted buying several
different medals at a military
surplus store. Also, the week
before, 2 other male
Mississippi residents were
arrested "on charges of
lying about receiving...mili-
tary medals."
es, VA is over-
loaded with
claims, and
Florida is second in the
nation to California, for vet-
e r a n
population. Now perhaps
you all can better understand
why VA is so diligent in
getting documentation.
Fraud is rampant and VA
wants to ensure you veterans
get the benefits you deserve,
however deceitful people
make it more difficult for
everyone.


Keating joins the
Army through DEP
Daniel E. Keating has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
The enlistment gives
the new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college 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 $20,000 enlistment bonus.
Keating, a 2006 gradu-
ate of Navarre High School,
FL, will report to Fort
Leonard Wood, Waynesville,
MO, for basic training in
May 2008.
He is the son of Karen
Keating of Onich Drive,
Navarre, and William
Keating of Cornfield Way,
Milton.

Fuller completes
BT successfully


J&
Air Force Airman
Wesley A. Fuller has gradu-
ated from basic military
training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission,
organization, and military
customs and courtesies; per-
formed drill and ceremony
marches, and received phys-
ical training, rifle marks-
manship, field training exer-
cises, and special training in
human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree 'through the
Community College of the
Air Force.
Fuller is the son of
Blaine Fuller of Pin Oak
Ave., Milton, Fla.
He is a 2004 graduate of
Pace High School, Fla.








Life Style


Dozier and Clark



wedding in May

Randy and Michelle
Dozier of Indian Ford
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Brandy
Marie Dozier to James
Wesley Clark, son of
Randy and Sherry Clark
of Munson, FL.
The bride-elect is a
2005 graduate of Central
High School and is cur-
rently employed with
Baptist Hospital in Jay
and is attending Jefferson-
Davis Junior College. She
will graduate in 2009
with an Associates Degree
in Nursing.
The prospective
groom is a 2004 graduate
of Baker High School and
is employed with
Escambia River Electric,
in Jay.
The wedding is
planned for Saturday, May
10, 2008, at 4 p.m.. at
Backwater Baptist
Church in Munson.
Friends and relatives are
invited.



May nuptuials set



for Lanier and Fox

Mr. and Mrs. Rodger
Lanier of Grand Bay,
Alabama are pleased to
announce the engagement
of their daughter,
Heather Mariea Lanier to
Richard Peter Fox of
Milton, Florida. Rick is
the son of Rev. and Mrs: ,,,
Chip Fox of Milton.
The bride-elect is a
2003 graduate of First
Independent Methodist
School, and also a soon-
to-graduate of the
University of South
Alabama with a degree in
Elementary Education.
The prospective
groom is a 1997 graduate
of Jay High School. He
also attended Troy
University. He is
employed as an Internet
Support Supervisor at
Mediacom in Gulf
Breeze.
The couple will be
married on Saturday,
May 24, 2008 at First
Baptist Church,
Tillman's Corner in
Mobile, Alabama.



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Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Presley of Milton and Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Hannah of
Pace are proud to announce
the engagement of their chil-
dren, Samantha Presley and
Brian Hannah.
Samantha graduated
from Woodham High School
and graduated from the
University of West Florida in
2006. She has a degree in
Marketing with a specializa-
tion in Sales Management.
She is employed by Target,
Panama City Beach. FL as
an Executive Team Leader in


Human Resources.
Brian graduated from
Pace High School and will
graduate this summer from
the University of West
Florida. He will receive his
degree in Science, with spe-
cialization in Exercise
Science. He is employed at
the Center for Information
Dominance at Corry Naval
Air Station as a Fitness
Specialist.
On Sunday, April 20, a
Garden Party was held in
celebration of their upcom-
ing marriage. Many friends


and relatives attended the
celebration. Brian and
Samantha would like to
thank Mr. and Mrs. Stan
Barnard, Brian's uncle and
aunt, who hosted the party at
their farm located in
Pensacola. They would also
like to thank Brian's aunt,
Kathy Holmes of Pensacola,
and Cyndi Goolsby of Pace,
who co-hosted the party.
Brian and Samantha
have a May wedding
planned at St. Luke United
Methodist Church in
Pensacola.


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in Navarre Florida is sponsor-
ing two delegates from Navarre
High School to attend the
annual Boys State in
Tallahassee commencing June
22 at Kellun Hall.
Both Delegates are Juniors
from Navarre High School.
Adam Howard of Acorn Lane
In Navarre, son of Eddie
Howard is a JROTC cadet
Platoon Leader and interested
in Studying Aeronautics or
Aeronautical engineering at the
Air Force Academy. He is
active in the swim team, track
team and NJROTC Drill team
and attended the National
Youth Leadership Forun in
Washington DC.
Andrew Philipps of
Crescent Place in Navarre is
the son of Brian and Juliett
Philipps. He is interested in
studying law and serving in the
military after college and even-
tually qualifying as a special
agent with the FBI. He is a
swim team member and is cap-
tain of the defense teanm in local
student Mock trials for legal
studies.


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Babies of the Week


Joyce Stewart, a happy grandmother, is excited to announce the
birth of her twin granddaughters, Joycelyn and Gabrielle Black,
who were born Thursday, March 13, 2008, weighing in at 4 Ibs. 4
ozs. (Joycelyn and 4 Ibs. 6 ozs. (Gabrielle). The girls and their par-
ents, Shane and Lujuan Black reside in Mobile, Alabama.


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* Enroll your kids in a swimming class and
insist that all people who use the pool
know how to swim or wear an approved
personal flotation device.
* Post a list of safety rules and insist
swimmers follow them.
* Never allow anyone to swim alone, while
under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or
during a storm.
SProvide adult supervision for all children
and teens using the pool, even if it is just
a wading pool.
* Install rescue equipment by the pool and
make sure all adults in charge know how
to use it and can provide CPR and first
aid, if necessary.


* Keep a phone and a list of emergency
phone numbers on hand.
* Make sure swimmers stay away from pool
filters.
* Allow diving only by experienced
swimmers in water greater than nine
feet deep.
* Keep the pool in good condition and check
it regularly for hazards.
* Remove all toys from the pool after use and
cover it so kids won't be tempted to enter it.
* Install four-feet high fencing with a self
closing and latching gate around the pool
and keep it locked when the pool is not
in use.
*'Make sure there is nothing outside of the
fence that kids could use to climb over it
and get into the pool area.


Generally, 90% of the time that Lindsey Toner, R. N., take ext
Surgery, is with her patients, they are asleep from .-- see th
anesthesia. But for a brief time prior to surgery, she she
has the opportunity to meet with them, answer their
questions, and discuss their concerns. She always
explains that her job is to be their voice their advocate L..
- during the surgery. i

One morning, when Lindsey entered the preoperative
area to meet a new patient, 12-year-old Helen, everything
felt different. Unlike Lindsey's adult patients, Helen had no
questions. She was more interested in all the buttons, how '' I-
the bed worked, and what was going on in the room around her ren
rather than surgery. Lindsey reassured Helen's family that she would



If you have a nurse you'll always remember, please write to Aleta Hoodless,
Santa Rosa Medical Center, 6002 Berryhill Road, Milton, Florida 32570 or
call 626.5113.


ra good care of Helen. She looked in their eyes and could
ieir trust and faith. From that r oment on, Lindsey did what
does best and began caring for Helen.

When the time came for Lindsey to transfer Helen to the
recovery room staff, she turned to the other nurses and
told them all about Helen her smile, her curiosity, her
gentleness. She said when you see these things you will
know that Helen is doing fine.

For Lindsey, Helen is what being a nurse is all about. For
Helen and her family, Lindsey is the nurse they'll always
member who behind the scenes kept a watchful eye.




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Today In Jay



a Jay looks at city's plan


By JENI SENTER
js'en'ter@srp'ress~g~tazette'.(:co
The Comprehensive
Town Plan of Jay is being
updated and amended.
In the Jay Council
Meeting held on April 7,
Kevin Wagoner with the
West Florida Regional
Planning Council advised
the council of the need to
transfer ordinances to the
Department of Community.
Two ordinances were
accepted regarding public
school facilities and water
facilities amendments to the
comprehensive plan.
Also on the agenda at the
meeting was the DOT
Beautification Project. It was


decided by the council there
was not enough right of way
available to continue the
project and the council voted
to let the deadline to extend
the project expire with no
further action.
Attorney Steve Cozart
informed the council the
business 'Smooth Merlot'
would be closing by the end
of the month.
Cozart also gave an
update on the status of the
building at 3886 Highway 4;
work has been started ori the
property to make it safe and
clean.
"The sidewalk on
Spring Street is in bad need
of replacement," says Jay


Mayor Kurvin Quails. The
council voted in favor of
replacing the Spring Street
sidewalks. The extension
will be at the expense of the
Town of Jay due to this area
not being included in the
current repair contract.
The council voted to
install speed bumps on
Florida Avenue because of
the ongoing traffic problems
caused by speeding.
At the next council
meeting on April 22, Quails
explained the sidewalk
extension to include Spring
Street would cost $40,000.
The council voted in
favor of this expense and
agreed to begin the project.


The zoning of the prop-
erty located next to
Jeremiah's Gym on Florida
Avenue will be rezoned. The
town is waiting on changes
to be made by West Florida
Regional Planning
Committee. These changes
are expected to be complete
in 6 months to a year.
Town clerk Linda
Carden announced upcom-
ing training she felt may be
beneficial to the council.
"Florida Rural Water will be
holding training scheduled
to begin in October," says
Carden.
The next Jay Regular
Council Meeting will be held
May 5.


Senior Citizens, Federal Government
Assistance is Now Available
Senior citizens who are at least 62 years old
and own a home, can now borrow against the
equity in their home, utilizing the money for
just about anything, without ever having to
repay the debt. They can continue living in the
home for the rest of their lives without the bur-
den of making monthly payments.
This is now possible thanks to a Home
Equity Conversion Mortgage created by the
Federal Government's Department of Housing
and Urban Development, also known as HUD.
This money can be used to:
1. Payoff an existing mortgage
2. Pay for medical expenses
3. Supplement income
4. Supplement savings
5. Make repairs to the home
6. Provide financial assistance to family
members
7. Establish a line of credit that can be used
if needed in the future
8. Vacation and travel
There is never a risk of losing their home
and they are free to sell or refinance the home,
without penalty, at any time. All money
received is tax-free and has no effect on Social
Security or retirement income.
A free report reveals how citizens of Santa
Rosa County can utilize this opportunity to ease
financial burdens for themselves, or their loved
ones courtesy of this United States Government
insured assistance program.
For more information, call the Consumer
Awareness hotline for a free recorded message,
anytime 24 hours a day at
1-877-679-1851 ext. 21
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Santa Rosa County
Library System launches its
Library Volunteer Program.
To celebrate National
Library Week, the Santa
Rosa County Library
System has launched its
library volunteer program.
Libraries are cornerstones
of American communities
and the most successful
libraries in America are
thosq that forge public and
private partnerships to
accomplish serving their
communities with excel-
lence. You are invited to
join a group of dedicated
library volunteers and share


S Santa Rosa County
Library System
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your time and talents by
assisting and contributing
to library service in your
community.
Working under the
supervision of library
administrators and the
county volunteer coordina-
tor, volunteers provide
valuable support and assis-
tance to enhance library
services. Volunteer jobs are


many and varied and you
can begin your application
process by visiting your
local library and picking up
the "How to Become a
Library Volunteer"
brochure to learn how you
can support your library in
the most effective way. You
are also encouraged to join
your local Friends of the
Library group who work in


partnership with county
libraries to provide valu-
able support, including
advocacy for quality library
services and supplemental
financial support for col-
lections, youth programs,
and other areas of services.
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries
are located in Gulf Breeze,
Jay, Milton, Navarre, and
Pace. Further information
is available at
http://www.santarosa.fl.go
v/libraries.


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A look at the

futures market

Soybean Outlook
By Bill Nelson
The long-term outlook
for soybean prices is bull-
ish
Our median cash
price outlook during the
2007/08 crop year is
$10.00, which is up $3.57
from 2006/07. Our median
cash outlook is $0.25
greater than USDA For
2008/09 the forecast is up
$0.75 from last month to
$11.00. Developments in
South America over the
next three months could
have a major impact on
subsequent price perform-
ance.
Soybean prices are
historically high. The
price forecasts are records.
The reason is that soybean
acres declined 16% in the
U.S. this year to accom-
modate a massive migra-
tion of acres to corn, where
demand for ethanol surged.
Corn prices retain a large
return advantage over soy-
beans in the new-crop 2008
Futures, signaling again to


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Santa Rosa farmers will find a lotofinterest in this week's

farmers to favor corn over soybeans. The market
sees risk of very tight levels of soybeans in two
years unless there is incentive for world soybean
farmers to expand plantings in 2008.
Soybean demand is strong and a weak dollar
is helping exports. Soybeans have long served as a
preferred source of protein meal to feed to live-
stock. The rapid expansion of Asian economies led
by China heralds the potential for continued
demand growth as the new Asian middle class
increases meat consumption. A new source is from
the bio-diesel. That demand source may consume
18% of U.S. Soybean Oil production during this
crop year. A few years ago it was a negligible
demand factor.
Brazil's farmers finished planting soybeans.
Their government estimates a small area increase of
2 to 3% while some private surveys point toward
increased plantings of 5 to 6%. Even the larger out-
look, if correct, would not offset the 2007 decline
in the U.S. A strong Brazilian real partially offset
some of the gains in soybean prices in dollar
terms. It may require even higher soybean prices
in 2008/09 to offset the strength in the real and
boost Brazilian plantings for that next crop.
USDA forecasts the 2007 U.S. crop at 2.594
billion bushels, down 594 million from 2006.
USDA will issue it final forecast for 2007 on
January 11, 2008. The final U.S. production esti-
mate usually varies by 20 million bushels from the
November forecast. The January report could have
a significant impact on the soybean supply/demand
analysis.


UWF offers business classes


at its Small Business Center


The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center (401
E. Chase Street, Suite 100,
Pensacola) is presenting
"Starting a Business" on
Tuesday morning, May 6,
2008 from 9:00 a.m. to
Noon. Attendees will learn
about taxation, financing,
insurance, and legal forms
of business. Attendance is
$35 for the public and free
for students and faculty
members of the University
of West Florida who pres-
ent a Nautilus card.
UWF SBDC is
announcing a "Debt
Restructuring/Consolidati
on for Small Business"
Workshop.
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center is
holding a workshop enti-
tled "Debt
Restructuring/Consolidati
on for Small Business" on
Tuesday evening, May 6,
2008 from 6:00 9:00
p.m. The Pros and Cons of
refinancing debt are pre-
sented along with how to
present a loan package to a
bank and understanding
cash flow in a difficult
economy. Presented by:
Rodney Jackson, Bank of
Pensacola. Fee: $35
The University of West
Florida Small Business


Development Center is
presenting a Brown-Bag
Lunch on Wednesday, May
7; from 12:00 Noon until
1:00 p.m. entitled "Doing
Business with the City of
Pensacola." Learn where
to locate bid opportunities,
what the city buys and
how to become a vendor.
Presented by: Laura Subel,
FL SBDC Network
This seminar is free,
however registration is
highly recommended.
Attendees are encouraged
to bring their own lunch.
Also, The University
of West Florida Small
Business Development
Center is holding its
"Preparing a Business
Plan" workshop on
Monday evening, May 12,
2008 from 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Attendees will learn how
to gather data and write
the business plan, as well
as become familiarized
with financing require-
ments. The fee for attend-
ing this workshop, is $40
for the public and free for
students and faculty mem-
bers of the University of
West Florida who present
a Nautilus card.
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center is
holding its
"Understanding Your


Financial & Cash Flow
Statements" workshop on
Tuesday and Thursday
mornings, May 13 & 15,
2008 from 9:00 Noon.
Attendees will learn how
to use profit and loss state-
ments, balance sheets and
cash flow statements to
manage a small business.
The fee for this 2-day
workshop is $45 for the
public and free for stu-
Sdents and faculty members
of the University of West
Florida who present a
Nautilus card. Bring a cal-
culator.
The University of West
Florida Small Business
Development Center is
holding its "Marketing
Matters for Small
Business" workshop on
Wednesday evening, May
14, 2008 from 6:00 9:00
p.m. Attendees will learn
practical, cost-effective
strategies for marketing a
small business. The fee for
attending this workshop is
$35 for the public and free
for students and faculty
members of the University
of West Florida who pres-
ent a Nautilus card.
To register for any of
these classes, call (850-
473-7830) or go to our
w e ,b s i t :Ie
(www.sbdc.uwf.edu) and
click on training.


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Local


Milton Relay for
Life Bank Night
scheduled

Bank Night for the
Milton Relay For Life is
scheduled for Tuesday, April
29..at 5:30 p.m. at the First
National Bank in Milton.
Team Captains are encour-
aged to attend and get the
latest Relay news in addition
to picking up your team's t-
shirts. There are 56 teams
already registered for the
May 2 and 3 event to be held
at PJC Milton Campus.
Make plans to join us and
experience the 'all-night"
action-packed event to fight
cancer. New team activities
include "Dude Looks Like A
Lady", "Eggheads" and
"Orange You Glad You're
Here", in addition to the
annual volleyball tourna-
ment. Entertainment, games
and great prizes are all a part
of the fun. Join us for the
special Luminaria Ceremony
at 9:00 p.m. where hundreds
of bags will be filled with
candles and placed to illumi-
nate the darkened track
while those in attendance
share a few moments of
reflection and remembrance.
You won't want to miss a
moment of Relay magic. For
more information, contact
Joann Hardy at 529-0399 or
hardyj@mail.santarosa.kl2.f
1.us.

MHS 1978 Class
Reunion

The Milton High School
Class of 1978 will hold their
30th Reunion on Saturday,
August 9th, 2008 at Heritage
Hall in the Seville Quarter.
For information, send an
email with your contact
information to
mhsl978reunion.aol.com or
contact one of the committee
members:
Alma Pearson 850-698-
0989
Bill Baker 850-554-
4670
The cost is $50 per per-
son, which includes dinner,
door prizes and entertain-
ment. Please make your
reservation as soon as possi-
ble to assist with the plan-
ning process. Checks can be
made out to MHS Class of
1978 and mailed to:
MHS Class of 1978
40 W Nine Mile Rd. #2
PMB 102
Pensacola, FL 32534

"Outside The
Lines" Exhibit

Santa Rosa Public
School System 'Art
Educators will display their
creations of Memories at the
Dragonfly Gallery. The
exhibit begins on April 29th
,and continues through May
17th. An annual event for the
teachers, this year's event is
titled "Outside The Lines."
An opening reception for
these talented and dedicated
art educators will be held at
the Gallery on May 2nd from
6:00-8:00.
The Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic downtown
Milton, is a mission of the
Santa Rosa Art and Culture
Foundation, Inc.
www.sracf.org. It is a juried
gallery of local artists.
*Gallery hours are Tuesday
through Saturday from 10:00
: a:m. until 4:00 p.m.

;C ut-A-Thon helps
American Cancer
Society

i. Come polish your style
;with a super haircut and
Manicure while simultane-
ously helping a good cause.
Pensacola Junior
vCollege-Milton campus
.Cosmetology Club students
afe holding a Cut-a-Thon


and door-prize drawing to
raise funds for the American
Cancer Society's Relay for
Life.
The stylin' event is 4:30
to 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 2,
in Building 4000, room
4018, on the Milton campus,
5988 Highway 90.
For a donation, patrons
get a haircut or manicure.
Proceeds go to help find a
cure for cancer.
For more information,


call Mary Ann Watts at 484-
1397.

Community invit-
ed to relay

Volunteers for the Milton
Relay For Life, Joann Hardy,
Jean Sumlin and Mellani
Gilbert, cordially invite the
community to this year's
event to be held May 2 and 3
at the Milton Campus of PJC.
Relay For Life is a unique
fundraising event that allows
participants from all walks of
life including patients,
medical support staff, corpo-
rations, civic organizations,
churches, and community
volunteers to join together
in the fight against cancer.
"Relay For Life brings the
progress against cancer to the
forefront," said Joann Hardy,
Event Chair. "Many partici-
pants are our family, friends,
and neighbors who have
dealt with cancer themselves.
Their involvement is proof of
the progress that has been not
only reducing death rates, but
also in the quality of life fol-
lowing cancer treatment." To
learn more about this fun-
filled overnight adventure
and how you can join the
fight against cancer, contact
Joann Hardy at 529-0399 or
hardyj@mail.santarosa.kl2.f
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Democrats to hold
Yard Sale

The Santa Rosa County
Democrats' Monthly Yard
Sale at 5746 Stewart Street,
Milton, will be held on
Saturday, May 3, from 8 2.
Items for sale will include
toys, stuffed animals, books,
kitchen items, glassware,
tools, and many miscella-
neous items. In addition,
there will be furniture and
garden equipment for sale.
For information on
delivery or pick-up of items
for donation, contact DEC
State Committeeman,
Harold Webb, 572-6029 or
623-8040, or DEC Secretary.
Seegar Swanson, 936-8704.

Central Santa
Rosa Republicans
to meet

The Central Santa Rosa
Republican Club will meet
Thursday, May 1 at the Red
Barn Bar-B-Que in Milton.
The meeting begins at 5:30
p.m. with a Dutch Treat din-
ner followed at 6:30 p.m. by
the program. Special guest
speakers will be 4 candi-
dates for Sheriff; The
Honorable Wendell Hall,
Jeffery Van Camp, Robert
Randle, and Chris Roper.
These four experienced law-
men bring years of experi-
ence to this race. You must
decide which one you
believe will best provide
security to you, your family,
and your county. The
Sheriff's Office controls
approximately $34 million
dollars of your tax money.
You will want to hear their
plans for this enormous task.
Written questions will be
taken during the Q&A ses-
sion. For more information,
call Rodney Rollo at 623-
0572.

Milton
Piecemakers to Sit
& Sew

The Milton Piecemakers
Quilt Guild invites you to a
Sit & Sew from 6 p.m. to 9
p.m. on May 8th at the
R.S.V.P. building on the cor-
ner of Rt. 89 and Buckskin
Drive. All levels of quilters
are welcome! There are
plenty of tables and
machines. Bring a beverage,
a snack and join the girls for
a good time. Call Sheila
Hilwig at 626-5793 for more
information.


City of Milton
meeting

The City of Milton's
Economic Development
Committee will meet
Thursday, May I at 3 p.m. in
Conference Room B of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. All
meetings are open to the
public. For more informa-
tion, call 983-5411.


2008 ARC Santa
Rosa Spring Fling

The ARC Santa Rosa
Spring Fling will be held
May 10, from 91 to 2 p.m. at
The ARC Santa Rosa, Inc. in
Milton. Vendors are being
sought for the Arts, Crafts
and Plant sale. There will
also be spaces for 'Flea-
Market' style vendors to set
up this year. All spaces are
on a first-come, first-serve
basis for a $30 fee. For more
information, call Debbie at
995-8806 or The ARC at
623-9320.

Midsummer Night
Party

There will be a Silent
Auction Fundraiser Winie &
Cheese Reception on June 7
at 1 St. Francis Drive, Gulf
Breeze. There will be wine,
cheese, door prizes, and fun
from 6 to 8 p.m. General
admission ticket is $20
(includes food and beverage),
Chance tickets for drawing
and wine toss is $2 (must be
present to win with Chance
tickets). Sponsor ticket is $30
(includes food/beverage as
well as 8 chance tickets for
drawings). For tickets, con-
tact Marilyn Milmore at 476-
3566.

Local student
graduates
Southeast Missouri
State University

Michael Anthony Maupin
will be graduating Simnma
Cum Laude with a Masters of
Natural Science with an
emphasis in Organismal,
Ecological and Evolutionary
Biology on Saturday, May 10.
He will be working as an
Intern with the Missouri
Department of Conservation
in Puxico, MO, as a biological
aid. His mother is Deanie
Maupin of Milton and his dad
is Mike Maupin of Jefferson
City, MO. Michael was a
2001 graduate of Milton High,
School.

Needle Felting
Class offered

Lorraine Cathey will
teach Needle Felting on-May
:3rd from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Lorraine is an award-winning
felting artist. A Milton native,
Lorraine has taught many
classes throughout the south-
east.


Upon completion
class participants will
basic knowledge of
felting skills.
Contact the Dragon
981-1100 for more det
to register. Deadline for
tration is April 28. Cla
is limited. The Dra
Gallery located at
Escambia Street in h
downtown Milton.

Today in Jay
happenings

Today is the last
the Jay Pro Rodeo. It sl
8 p.m. tonight in the Te
arena.
There's a Flea 1
starting at 7 a.m. today
American Legion-Ec
Dubose Post 121. Cal
6823 for information.

Down Syndrom
Support Group

Thursday, May Is
p.m., there will be a I
Syndrome Support
meeting at St. M
Episcopal Church, 30:
Street in Milton.
speaker will be
Brosnaham, a licensed
sage therapist. For
details, call Angie at
2490.

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Gastrectomy that is being
offered at Santa Rosa
Medical Center. You will
find a warm setting for
patients undergoing the
process of lifetime diet and
lifestyle changes that can
improve surgery outcomes
and are necessary to achieve
enduring weight loss. This
lecture is scheduled on
Tuesday, April 29, at 6 p.m.
in the Locklin Educational
Building located behind
Santa Rosa Medical Center.

West Virginia
Reunion is Sunday

The 21st annual West
Virginia Reunion will be held
Sunday, April 27, 2008 at the
Santa Rosa Auditorium in
Milton.
The reunion is for all
transplanted West Virginians
living in the area. Everyone is
invited to bring a covered dish
and enjoy a good meal and
lots of good fellowship.
There have been as many
as 300 West Virginians attend
the get-to-gather including
people recruited from the
chemical industry, military
members and many more that
got sand in their shoes and
decided to stay. People have
come from several NW
Florida counties and from
Alabama and Mississippi.
There is no admission
except for the covered dish;
donations to cover the price of
renting the auditorium will be
accepted. Bring the family and
any West Virginia artifacts to
display, and enjoy the day
reflecting on the good ole
days. The Auditorium is locat-
ed across Highway 90 from K
Mart, off Old Bagdad
Highway.
For More information call
Tom Griffith at 850-623-5055
or Harold Webb at 850-623-
8040.

Carnley Reunion
to be held

The Carnley Reunion
will be held at The Jay
Community Center on
Sunday, May 4. Please bring
a covered dish. Dinner will be
at 12 Noon. Come early! We


will have a genealogy table
set up, so bring any genealo-
gy research and pictures to
share with others about your
memories. For information
call 675-0006.

Pizza fundraisers

CiCi's Pizza, located at
5070 Hwy. 90 in Pace, will
be hosting fundraisers for
the following organizations


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"Heroes take journeys, confront dragons, and discover the
treasure of their true selves."
-Carol Lynn Pearson
If one were to search for treasure in Santa Rosa County, you
can't come much closer to finding it than at the Farmer's
Opry in Chumuckla.
Derek Alan Barnes may have been born with eyes that
failed to form fully, but his character and his talent have
developed to a level most would envy.
Barnes, 42, was born on December 14, 1965. He says the
doctors aren't sure why his eyes,never finished developing.
"I was blind at birth. They are not exactly sure [what caused
the blindness], my eyes are there, but they just didn't quite
develop to the point where normal eyes are supposed to
develop. My eyeballs are just a little bit smaller for some
reason. I have never been able to see," he says.
Barnes is, and always has been, profoundly blind, but he is
also a superbly talented musician, a father to two active tod-
dlers, and the loving husband to the love of his life, Pam,
who is also blind.
He says he began playing the piano at the age of 5 and he
has played the keyboard with the Sawmill Band at the
Chumuckla Opry since January of 2005.
Barnes talks about the start of his career with the band.
"Music has always just been such a big part of my life, you
know. My wife and I had visited there [the Opry] in the past
and we enjoyed it. So, I was so interested in playing with
them and I just thought I would never get a chance, but then
Sandy [Wyatt, leader of the Sawmill Band] called me up
one day in the summer of '04 and said there were some
changes coming up in the Opry and the Sawmill Band and
he asked me if I would be interested in playing keyboard
for him.
"I said 'Heck yeah, you better believe it.'
"He told me, 'unfortunately I can't tell you when or how or
whatever, but basically I will just let you know when they
[changes] start to come down' and we communicated on
and off throughout the summer.
"The week between Christmas and New Year of '04, he
called me and said the keyboard player had decided to hang
it up, and he said, 'so if you want to be in, you are in, but
we have a problem...'
"I said 'what's that?'
"And he said 'we have to rehearse.'
"I said 'when?'
"And he said 'tonight.'
Barnes says he learned in excess of 50 to 60 songs in that
first week and a half of practicing with the band.
"The first day that I played there [with the sawmill band]
was, I believe, about January 6 or 7 of '05.
"I was really nervous because I was still shaky on some of
the material; a lot of it I had heard on the radio and all, but I
was still uncertain about some things and I made a few mis-
takes along the way, but Sandy was so gracious," he says.
Barnes thinks highly of the leader of the Sawmill Band and
credits Wyatt with helping to keep him humble.
"One of the things that I really admire about Sandy is that
he is so humble.
"I have always tried to be a humble person, I have played
the piano since I was five and now I am 42, but I have
always tried to be humble.
"Sandy really helped to bring that out in me."
"For the entire first year, he [Wyatt] drove me home from
the Chumuckla Farmer's Opry to my house, and at the time
I lived in Harold, every weekend. I would take public
transportation to work, but he always took me home and he
never allowed me to pay him anything, he would never take
a dime," he says.
Barnes is grateful for the opportunity offered to him by
Wyatt.
"We had just had our son and he was about 6 months old. It
is rough to find out that you are going to have a baby and
you don't have a job. It does something to you mentally.
"I had seen people and made phone calls, and this, that, and
the other, trying to find work.
"Then Sandy came along at just the time I needed him the
most and helped me out so tremendously," he says.
Five years ago, Barnes says he married the love of his life,
Pam. She is also blind.
They have two children, son Darin is three and daughter
Amber is 23 months old. Pam is a full time stay at home
mother and Barnes says she does an excellent job.
"This May the third, we will be married 5 wonderful years.
Pam, my beautiful wife, is the absolute love of my life and
she is a wonderful mother.
"She will look through hundreds of websites just to find a
unique toy or something educational for the kids. It is
always something really unique and she gets so excited over
finding these things," he says.
Barnes and his wife have a beautifully kept home and
bright, well-mannered children, a remarkable feat for any
parent of two toddlers; even more amazing for parents who
are profoundly blind.
"It is challenging. What is really helpful is that my son
helps us if we drop something on the floor. He can see, so
he will pick it up and say 'here daddy, here mommy.'
"You have to really pay attention to them. Amber is still at


Derek Alan Barnes sitting in his favorite chair at home

the stage where sometimes she will put something in her
mouth.
"My wife and I wake up in the morning and we work
together to get the kids bathed and dressed and fed. It is
tough trying to get everything done, but I wouldn't trade it
for anything in the world."
Barnes is proud of his children.
"Amber and Darin both sing, they don't really carry a tune,
so to speak, but they sure as heck try to. Both of them can
sing their A'BC's and Darin can already point out the letters
of the alphabet," he says.
Barnes says he enjoys working at the Farmer's Opry and
really enjoys all the people he meets, customers at the Opry
as well as other artists playing there.
"It [the Opry] is just such a wonderful place to work. I just
absolutely love it. The experiences that I have had are price-
less; all the people that I have met. Charlie McCoy, world
renowned famous harmonica player, I have worked with
him and accompanied him. And Bill Anderson, Doug Stone,


Jean Watson, people like that. Its just wonderful experi-
ences," he says.
On May 3 the Sawmill Band will open for headline artist
Randy Travis, among others, at the WXBM Country Fest at
Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola. Country Fest will start
at 10 a.m. and will run until 6:30 p.m.
Afterwards Barnes and the Sawmill Band will be back at
the Farmer's Opry performing.
"1 hope to do something special with my wife for our
anniversary [on the same day as Country Fest] before then,
because that day is going to be really busy," says Barnes.
Barnes is an amazingly talented musician and is such an
outstanding example of a successful and positive life. His
perseverance and faith are inspiring and his humble nature
is endearing.
"I am so blessed. Everyday when I wake up, I get up and I
pray to God to help me be a better man today than I was
yesterday." he says.


u SATURDAY
April 26, 2008
....... .Section C









Community


Women in the Arts Awards seeking nominations


Nominations are still being accepted for the Second
Annual Women In The Arts Awards on June 17, 7 p.m. at the
Santa Rosa County Auditorium, sponsored by the GFWC
Milton Woman's Club, Inc. The public is encouraged to nom-
inate women, agencies and businesses that support the arts in
Santa Rosa County. The event is sponsored in part by a grant
received from the Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival.
Nominations can be made in the following categories: 1-
Artist-Visual; 2- Drama; 3-Voice; 4- Instrument; 5- Dance; 6-
,iterary; categories 7-12 are the same as the first six but for
'oung women between the ages of 12-18 years old; 13- Art
Education (classroom teachers, professors and instructors in
public and private institutions); 14- Communications (indi-
viduals and/or public and private print, radio, television, jour-
nalism, advertising, public relations, writers, publishers and


public speakers); 15- Corporate (businesses who support and
promote the arts); 16- Community Service nonprofit agencies
and community-based organizations); 17- Public Agencies
(local, county, state, federal public agencies who represent
their constituents well and who support issues that benefit the
arts; and 18- Volunteer.
All nominees will receive invitations to the awards cere-
mony and winners will be announced that evening. Nominees
in categories 1-13 and number 18 must live or work in Santa
Rosa County. Nominees in categories 14-17 may be from
Santa Rosa or Escambia County but must support the arts in
Santa Rosa County.
Nomination forms are available by phoning 850-626-
9567, 850-623-9635, or e-mailing retsel4765@aol.com.
Please include complete mailing address. Those nominating


should read the rules carefully and not omit any portion of the
required items to be submitted. Incomplete and/or unsigned
nominations will be returned to the nominator.
Deadline for receiving nominations is May 10. Santa
Rosa County has many women and young ladies, businesses
and organizations who should be nominated, so get your
form today and make sure they are nominated for their talents
and contributions to the arts.


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Kaps for Kids Day is just around the corner


Kaps for Kids Casual Day is just around the corner! If
you haven't turned in your Kaps for Kids order form yet, no
worries! Ronald McDonald House is still accepting individ-
ual and company order forms so you don't have to miss out
on the fashion and fun! Kaps for Kids is a fun and easy way
to help support the Ronald McDonald House. Employers are
asked to allow a casual day on May 7th for employees who
make a $12-$15 donation to the House. In appreciation for
these Kaps for Kids donations, the Ronald McDonald House
gives participating employees their choice of a cap, visor or


t-shirt.
100% of funds raised go to the Ronald McDonald House
to provide a Home-Away-From-Home for families of chil-
dren suffering a medical crisis. There is no minimum partic-
ipation and every donation is appreciated! If you and/or your
business would like to participate, please contact Angie
Hanson at 850-477-2273 or angie@rmhpensacola.org or you
can download your company order form on the fundraising
page at www.rmhpensacola.org.


Kiwanis Club


Kiwanis donates to Boy Scouts On the left is Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise President Darrell Greer presenting a $250.00
donation to Mr. William Egan, District Executive, Boy Scout Pensacola Bay District. The donation is for continuing support of the
Boy Scouts of America and to help send boys to camp.


At their March meeting, the Pace-Pea Ridge HCE Club
(Homemakers) heard Carolyn Kranz speak about her new
hobby of geocaching (treasure hunting with he help of a com-
puter and a hand-held GPS unit). Carolyn has located many
treasure sites in Milton, but also in other cities and states that
she has visited. Geocachers hide the caches and then they
publicize the coordinates on the internet. Searchers use these
coordinates to locate the cache.
The caches are water-proof containers that may be as
small as a magnetic key holder or as larges as an ammo box.
The cache may contain only a log for the finder to sign or, if
it is a larger cache, it may also contain a variety of trinkets for
trading. Some caches are more cleverly hidden and provide a
greater challenge. Cemeteries are one of the more popular
hiding places. There are hundreds of caches hidden in the
Milton area and most residents never realize that they are
there.
This is a particularly good hobby for families as it gets
people outside into the fresh air and everyone can be
involved in the hunt for treasure. For those interested, geo-
caching.com is the main geocaching website.


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Travel and Adventure


Crossing the Atlantic


on cruise control
It's no secret that urolpe is the hottest market in the cruise trade right now, and main-
stream cruise companies are moving quickly to find ways to get as many chic and historic
European ports on their itineraries as they can.
As veteran cruisers just a tad worn out on the Caribbean, my wife and I were looking for
a little less of the braid-your-hair routine and a little more of the refinement and history of the
old world. So we hooked up with three other like-minded couples and set out to find the right
European offering.
We had another objective in mind as well, and that was to take a full and glorious seven-
day passage across the Atlantic. Many cruisers find that days on the boat are the most satis-
fying and relaxing, and the trans-Atlantic passage has special appeal. It's as close as you can
come to seeing what Christopher Columbus saw, but with better food. No hardtack and dried
salt cod.
As it turns out, Carnival was offering an itinerary that perfectly fit the bill, and at a mass-
market price to boot (beginning at $1,199 per person.) With the cost of land excursions in
Europe inflated by the dollar's swoon against the duro, it was nice to get a reasonable price
on the cruise portion of the voyage.
Carnival, the world's largest line, realizes that building the European business is critical
to growth and now expects as much as 40 percent of its revenue to come from overseas in the
next couple of years. Earlier this year it deployed its 112,000-ton megaship Carnival Freedom
to the Mediterranean and constructed a very attractive 14-day sailing that starts in Rome in
late October and repositions itself back in Miami, where the boat sails the Caribbean for the
winter.
Aha, the best of both worlds, or at least it would seem. Day stops in fascinating European
cities: Rome and Livorno, Italy; Malaga, Spain; and Funchal (Madeira) Portugal. And then
seven days crossing the ocean where Carnival promises passengers they will be "pampered
and entertained every nautical mile." With this trip, it seemed the only thing to worry about
was weight gain and whether you might get forever stuck in one of those tiny Italian Fiats.
Perhaps that's where Italy's ubiquitous olive oil would come in handy.
The Freedom is in fact a stretched version of Carnival's successful Destiny-class cruiser,


CRUISING EUROPE The 112,000-ton Carnival Freedom, the line's newest mega ship, is now
cruising Europe. It carries more than 3,400 passengers.

and this newly launched ship is outfitted in a way now de rigueur for the largest boats at sea.
It is essentially a Las Vegas hotel that rammed into Coney Island. There are: four pools, a
214-foot water slide, an outdoor theater featuring an amazingly bright 270-square-foot
screen, four full-meal restaurants, multiple lounges, dance clubs, a jazz club, a library, a piano
bar, a cigar bar, a spa and workout facility, an Internet cafe, a deli, a sushi bar and a ham-
burger stand. You get the picture.
While some of these public spaces seem rarely used, they are there to offer the impres-
sion of an indulgent venue that has something for everybody. Even the passengers who appar-
ently can't go a week without playing beanbag toss were accommodated and given a cruise
staffer to keep score and offer color commentary. "
But for all that Carnival offers to keep pace with its "Fun Ships" motto, there are sone
expectations that go unfulfilled. This is, after all, a line that caters to the mass market, aid
that is perhaps not the best fit for those expecting a European cruise that might be tilted mode
toward elegance. Duncan Puttock, the ship's veteran hotel director, says that the line "calmed
it down a bit" for its overseas cruises, and that these bookings tend to have a lighter mix of
kids and are less frenetic than the Caribbean versions. He also noted that the line is obvious-
ly doing something right in Europe, given that the cruises have been fully booked and the per-
centage of people on board who have cruised the line before is an astounding 75 percent.
Carnival is still Carnival, however, and there are some aspects of the boat that the more
urbane cruisers might find annoying. There is still the relentless self-promotion, where the
cruise director and his minions remind you constantly what a fantastic time you are having
while in the same breath trying to herd you into bingo, the casino or an art auction so you can
run up your ship's bill. The food was ambitious but often not that well executed, except inja
couple specialty spots and the first-class Sun King Supper Club, a separate and gorgeous dii-
ing room atop the ship that carries a $30 per-person up charge.
And then there are what I might affectionately deem the Carnivalians, the heavy mix'.9f
heavies whose main shipboard activity seems to be testing the weight load of the china t
every buffet line. Admittedly, cruising is about indulgence. But every plate does not have to
become a replica of the Great Pyramids.
The Freedom is an engineering marvel, steady as a rock at sea, environmentally friendly
and equipped with perfectly functioning equipment, from the coffee machines to the tread-
mills. Its decor, however, is definitely hit or miss. The public spaces have dizzying fabric
mixes and confusing themes. There is little of anything tranquil or nautical to be found, I
found it to be a stomach-churning hodgepodge. 4_1
On the other hand the cabins, in our case a balcony stateroom, were commodious and li -
fectly appointed with ample storage and soothing and romantic lighting. And th ARN
Carnival beds and linens, a very intelligent upgrade on Carnival ships the last few yA e
as comfortable as you will find anywhere, five-star hotels included. These areertd t!t
the crossings of yesteryear, before stabilizers smoothed the seas and satellite electronicsk~pt
you in touch with the world.


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MILTON HIGH


PANTHERS



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Late September, tkt Mdton &4igk Seko4 NJROTC Unit, adopted
the Milton Cemetery located along Berry ktillRd Satrday, aprtl 1 2,
tkrty-rnine cadets and two, parents, Debbie Totgerson and Joe
Roberts, were present. ven witk a lo uy motming, the eadets kept
tkeir spirits up and tkhe mstery was left tidy and trim

P O c/POl Vero Ma ddelRosoaro


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fOn Friday pril 4, the first Mdtton Triple Pro&
Ctasstr g o kicdl off witk a le"ar at Tanglewood
Go4f arn Country C06b. BoI& Weekly and 44eatk
SLosuA k&el a free 45 minute einte open to the
public. They sowe off some of tCetr skots,
answered q uestiois,signer autogrprs and posed for-
pictures. Tey Tso' keld a live interview witk ESPN
RadioJ fromT Tangewood rJegrding the gotf towrna-
ment and tkeir trip to the Masters.


I Mak yoIr Calendos


aprtl 29
May 1.
May 2
May 3


Poetry Nigkt Media Center 5:30 -7 p.m.
FFm Banquet Caeteria- 6:30
Spring Fun pictures auitorium
MidleShoot MatToumameit- Gyhnilday
M4S Schofshkp'Pageant auditoriwm- 6 p.m.
SaT Test


Senior Inftrmattin:
May 7 Calculus WP Fxam
Hay 8 Fnglisk LUt OP Exam
May 9 US Nistory GP Exam
May 13 4ooding Ceremony
May 14 Englsk Language OP Eam.
May 16 Owards Day Prctice Gym. 1:00
May 17 Prom
May 20 Owards Day
May 23 NJROTC Owards Day 8-11:30
May 27th 2Raaclacluate Ptraetie 4th
period & May 29tk t 7 p.m.
iL the audltorium
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Mt4S briefs
The MHS Scn ars pageant will be eld o St. May
9rtd at 6 p.m in the audtorium Te winner w receive a
$500.00 sohoarshp. Tickets are $5.00 fot adults and
$4.00 for students.
Congratulations to tke M44S Indoor Percssion
Ensemble. They competed in the WGI Percussion World
Ckampionskps and finished in 8th place They had t ir
best performance of the year and scored their highest scoe of
the season (88.7)1
Cogratutions to the flowing members of te Girls
Track team. They did a greatjob at the district meet at Tate
4igk Schod:
5th place-rianne Carr, Liz Rosier, MM gan Vau, Jenny
Gilesp 4c800 mrela
t place re Obre sot put
5th place MereAthtPastuea discus
6tk poae Joy tLoaman 400 meters
7tk plac Joj Watman 4kigkJump
7tk plce Dominiu e Teran 900 huadles
7tk place rleca Cbkeves -200
7tk pace Ca a Monttgomer Triple Jump
7tk plac Kristen Wels 2 mile
Ctsok cgratultions t th e tois Tra Tm team They R
isked 4t in their 8 team district ad hd 7 qualify f
regionals.
radon Gibson wonthe 200 meters andtook 9rd inthe
ong jump.
Talris 2rown had a personal record in the shot put and
placed 3rd
Eddie Lynn plaed e4tk in the shot put
Ma rk Viu. Jerem"j W ison, lu.stin Batae, DvMon Grimm
placed 4tk in the 4800
4erff Jones representative Clay Wren will be at M44D on
Hay 5tk at 10:20 to meet with aol lOtk graders to' hand out
r"g iormation. He wil come back on tay 8tk and Oth to
take ontders during all three wlunes. Re wil also' beWher onte
8tk from 5-7 p.m. in the cafteria to meet wtk parents and
take others.


Main Office: 983-5600;
Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618;
Attendance :983-5608;
Attendance Ans. Machine-983-5658;
Band: 983-5611
Football: 983-5606;
Chorus:983-5613;
M. Rutledge: 983-5616;
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
visit us at www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/m


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Church Directory


AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL ZION
Isaiah Chapel AME Zion
Church
5038 Dr. Martin Luther King,
Jr. Drive, Milton

AFRICAN METHODIST
EPISCOPAL
-Greater Bethlehem AME
5299 Richburg St., Milton

ANGLICAN
-Trinity by the Fields
4980 West Spencerfield Road,
Pace

APOSTOLIC
-First Apostolic Church
5574 E. Highway 90, Milton
-Pace Apostolic Church
4763 Old Guernsey Road, Pace

ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
-Bagdad 1st Assembly of God
4513 Forsyth Street, Bagdad
-East Milton Assemby of God
5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Ebenezer Assembly of God
Ebenezer Church Road, Jay
-Faith Chapel Assembly of God
205 South Airport Road, Milton
-First Assembly of God
6163 Dogwood Drive, Milton
-Harold Assemby of God
10495 Goodrange Rd, Milton
-New Harvest Fellowship
-Assembly of God
E. Highway 90, Pace
-Jay First Assembly of God
400 S. Alabama Street, Jay
-McLellan Assembly of God
6050 Three Notch Trail, Milton
-New Hope Assembly of God
9550 Chumuckla Hwy, Pace
-Pace Assembly of God
3948 Hwy 90, Pace
-Welcome Assembly of God
8581 Welcome Church Road,
Milton

BAPTIST ABA
-Berryhill Road Baptist-ABA
3095 Berryhill Road, Milton
-Bethel Missionary Baptist -ABA
6178 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
-Fellowship Baptist Church ABA
5223 Hwy. 90, Pace
-First Missionary Baptist -ABA
3949 Pace Road, Pace
-Galilee Missionary Baptist-
ABA
Hwy 90, West Milton

BAPTIST
-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Faith Baptist
6423 Hamilton Bridge Rd,
Milton
-First Baptist of Harold
10585 Goodrange Drive, Milton
-Liberty Baptist Church
6763 Margaret Street
Milton, FL 32570
-Mount Pilgrim Baptist
5103 Dr. Martin Luther King,.
Jr. Street, Milton
-St. John Divine Missionary
Baptist
5363 St. Johns Street, Milton

BAPTIST INDEPENDENT
-Bible Baptist Church of Pace
4001 Vern Street, Pace
-Bible Way Baptist Church
5976 Dogwood Drive Milton
-Brownsdale Baptist Church
Chumuckla Hwy. Jay
-Joy Bible Baptist
8613 Hwy. 90, Milton
-Pleasant Hill Missionary
Baptist
5550 Econfina Street, Milton
-Solid Rock Baptist
6760 East Gate Road, Milton
-Trinity Baptist
5301 Highway 90, Pace
-Victory Baptist
4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-West Florida Baptist
5621 Hwy 90, Milton
-Fil Am Baptist Church


PACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PCUSA

4587 Woodbine Road B r
Pace, FL 32571 2 .
Ph 995-4553

Rev. Shuford White, Pastor

9:00am Sunday School 10:30 AM: Worship


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

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


5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton

BAPTIST -SOUTHERN
-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-Berrydale Baptist Church
6730 Hwy. 4, Jay
-Billory 1st Baptist of Holley-
Navarre
Highway 87 North Holley
-Blackwater Baptist
11689 Munson Hwy., Milton
-Calvary Baptist
Hwy. 89, Allentown
-Cora Baptist
12953 Hwy 197, Jay
-East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Ferris Hill Baptist
6848 Chaffin Street. Milton
-First Bagdad Baptist
4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad
-First Baptist of Garcon Point
1780 Garcon Point Rd., Milton
-First Baptist of Milton
6797 Caroline St., Milton
-Florida Baptist Convention
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
-Floridatown Baptist
3851 Diamond Street ,Pace
-Harold First Baptist
10585 Good Range Dr, Milton
-Harmony Ridge Baptist
5536 Hwy. 90 W, Pace
-Hickory Hammock Baptist
Hickory Hammock Rd,
E.Milton
-Immanual Baptist
4187 Hwy. 90, Pace
-James Street Baptist
6658 James Street, Milton
-Jay First Baptist
214 S. Alabama Street, Jay
-Living Truth Church
(Contemporary)
Meeting at S.S. Dixon
Intermediate School, Pace
-Mount Calvary So. Baptist
5300 Berryhill Road Milton
-New Bethel Baptist
10995 Chumuckla Hwy., Jay
-New Life Baptist
6380 Bayberry Street, Milton
-Mount Pleasant Baptist
6151 Dogwood Dr., Milton
-Olivet Baptist
5240 Dogwood Drive Milton
-Pine Level Baptist
3300 Pine Level Church Road,
Jay
-Pine Terrace Baptist
6212 Pine Blossom Road
Milton
-Pleasant Home Baptist
8500 Pleasant Home, Munson
-Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.
6820 Hwy. 87 North Milton
-Spring Hill Baptist Church
9214 Munson Hwy. Milton
-Wallace Baptist Church
6601 Chumuckla Hwy.
-Woodbine Baptist Church
4912 Woodbine Road Pace

BAPTIST-MISSIONARY ,
-Mt. Bethel Baptist
175 Limit Street Milton
-New Macedonia Baptist
Church
4751 Chumuckla Hwy. Pace
-New Providence Missionary
Baptist
4175 Popcorn Rd., Milton
-First Missionary Baptist
Church
3949 Pace Road, Pace

CATHOLIC
-St. Rose of Lima Catholic
Church
6457 Park Ave. SW Milton, FL

CHARISMATIC
-Sheperd House Ministry
5739 Stewart St. Milton
-New Hope Community
Church
Meeting at Russel Center at
Locklin Tech, Berry Hill;
Milton

CHURCH OF CHRIST
-Bagdad Chuch of Christ
4413 Garcon Point Hwy.,


Bagdad
-Berryhill Church of Christ
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace,
-Jay Church of Christ
E. Highway 4, Jay
-Margaret Street Church of
Christ
6745 Margaret Street, Milton,
-McLellan Church of Christ
Munson Hwy Milton
-Susan St. Church of Christ
600 Susan St. Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
-Pea Ridge Church of Christ
4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge

CHURCH OF GOD IN
CHRIST
-Ferris Hill Church of God in
Christ
909 N. Alabama St., Milton
-World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St., Milton
-Community Chapel Church of
God, 4300 Pace Lane,
South of Wal-Mart
-Church of God in Christ
5887 N. Stewart St., Milton

CHURCH OF GOD
-Covenant Church of God
4645 School Ln., Pace
-Church of God of Prophecy
600 Glover Lane, Milton, FL

COMMUNITY OF CHRIST
-Community of Christ
6656 Raymond Hobbs
St.Milton

CHURCH OF JESUS
CHRIST
OF LATTER DAY SAINTS
-Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints
5737 Berryhill Rd., Milton
-Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints
2828 Harvest Rd. Jay
-Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints
1753 Sea Lark Ln, Navarre

EPISCOPAL
-St. Mary's Episcopal Church
6842 Oak St. Milton

FULL GOSPEL
-Milton Victory Ministries
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
-Living Faith Church
7400 Reformation Rd Milton
-True Grace Fellowship
Church
5178 Willard Norris Rd.,
Milton


Bagdad Church Christ
4413 Garcon Point Rd.
"Pease, join us fo worski, at the flowing times:
Sunday Bible Classes / Worship: 10:00AM/11:00AM
Sunday Evening Worship Services: 6:00P'M
Wednesday Evening Bible Classes: 7:00PM
Ladies' Bible Class: Tuesday 10:30AM
www.bagdadCofC.org Office: 626-4554 I


-. 6...F_ gt P 4zj.vuzlan CI EC4ia
n" "vw5203 Elmira Street
11) Milton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten

623-2510

Sunday School: 9:45 Worship: 11am
Committed to excellence as we serve esus
Come grow'with us!"


Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987)
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am .
Bible Study For AI Ages 5:00 pm
Wednesday Woership 6:30 pin
Preschool All Services
8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton 623-8959 www.hickoryhammo'i;; l ptist.org,
Dynamic Worship Music Drama Children & Youth Ministries and lots mote!


of your Cfoice, trfis SuncdayI


tencdtfe cIurci


HOLINESS
-Hollandtown Holiness Church
1851 Pineview Church Rd, Jay
Contact: Hansel Prescott 675-
4346
-Cobbtown Holiness
4700 Greenwood Rd
Jay, FL 32565

INDEPENDENT
-Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
-Ken Sumerall Ministries
4901 Forest Creek Dr., Pace

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
-Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
Congregation
5696 Berryhill Rd, Milton

LUTHERAN
-Eternal Trinity Lutheran
Church
6076 Old Bagdad Hwy,
Milton

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


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

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
-Christian Life Church
4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-Church of the Living God
3375 Garcon Pt. Milton
-New Hope Community Church
Locklin Tech, Berryhill, Milton
-New Testament Church
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
-Shepherd House Ministries
5739 N. Stewart St., Milton
-Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart St., Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace

PENTECOSTAL
-Gospel Lighthouse Church
10001 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-United Pentecostal
Church of Berrydale
7580 Hwy. 4, Jay

PENTECOSTAL- HOLINESS
-Mount Zion Pentecostal Holiness
Church
5532 Osceola St., Milton
-Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness
Church
2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
-New Vision Worship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton
-Roeville Holiness Church
Munson Hwy., Milton
-Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy
164)
Jay, FL 32565


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

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


EPISCOPAL St. Mary's
CHURCH
SEpiscopal Church
The Rev. John Wallace
Services:
Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nurseryprovided for Sunday service
Phone (850) 623-2905 www.stmarysmilton.com

First United Methodist
Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

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


Celebrate with us!

Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available
for all ages 6:30 p.m.
(C@[ YT UJ KD ) raSm1@LDDIf 1B]UJL[
5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton
Church Office: 623-8820 John Edwards, Pastor

Celebrate Recovery!!
Thursdays @ 7p.m.
Harmony Ridge
Baptist Church
5536 Hwy. 90, Pace
Call 994-2426
A biblically based program that can help you overcome
your hurts, habits and hang ups
through the 12 Steps and 8 Recovery Principles. a
Email us: recoveryhelp@bellsouth.net


Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

Features...


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

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

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


994-4310


www.PaceCommunityChurch.com


Ronnie Christian
Pastor


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PRESBYTERIAN PCA
-Westminster Presbyterian
Church PCA 6659 Park
Avenue, Milton


PRESBYTERIAN USA
-First Presbyterian Church of
Milton
5206 Elmira St. Milton, FL
-Pace Presbyterian Church
4587 Woodbine Rd., Pace, FL

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
-Bethlehem Primitive Baptist
Church
5339 Zero Ln.,-Milton, FL
-Mount Zion Primitive Baptist
Church
603 4th Av., Milton, FL

PROTESTANT
Milton SDA Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton

SEVENTH-DAY ADVEN-
TIST
-Milton Seventh-Day
Adventist Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton

UNITED PENTECOSTAL
-First Pentecostal Church of
Bagdad
4636 Forsyth St., Bagdad

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











Community

Attract hummingbirds and butterflies to. ..

your garden with the bottlebrush plant


With bright color and unique flower
form, the bottlebrush has many good charac-
teristics to offer Southern landscapes.
Bottlebrush is a beautiful, evergreen shrub or
small tree exhibiting bright red flower color
from late spring through fall.
The unique flower form gives this plant
its common name and perfectly describes the
bright red flower spikes. The bloom is four to
six inches long and about two inches wide.
The flower spikes are made up of many indi-
vidual small flowers providing a distinctive
"bottle brush" shape.
The dramatic flowers are the primary
reason for its popularity. Not only are they
pretty and unique, but these blooms also
attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The
flowers are followed by small, woody cap-
sules that look like bead bracelets on the
bark, which last for years. Stems including
the fruit are often used in dried arrange-
ments.
Bottlebrush shrub is a plant that was
once very popular and is often seen in the
Deep South. Apparently, a series of hard
freezes (low teens) reduced the numbers and
it has never made a popular comeback.
Bottlebrush is technically a subtropical plant,
best adapted to the USDA Hardiness Zone 9
through 11. Since the northern Gulf Coast is
in Zone 8b, there is a chance of varying
degrees of winter damage. But, this plant is
worth the slight gamble.
There are few limitations to growing bot-
tlebrush. It prefers sun for most of the day
and is tolerant of most soils except heavy,
poorly drained sites. Expect a moderate rate
of growth- not too fast and not too slow.
There are no significant pest problems. In
addition, the bottlebrush can withstand con-
siderable drought and salt spray.
As a dense evergreen shrub, the bottle-


brush can easily be used in a variety of ways.
Offered as a shrub, bottlebrush can be trained
as a tree or espaliered as a quick wall cover.
Suckers from the trunk need to be removed
periodically to maintain a nice tree form. It
also makes a nice screen or tall-unclipped
hedge. Pruning to develop several trunks and
removing some lower branches can create a
fine small specimen tree.
Bottlebrushes belong in the genus
Callistemon and there are about 34 different
species, as well as several cultivars. There
are only a few types of bottlebrush common-
ly used. Lemon Bottlebrush (Callistemon cit-
rinus) is a small upright tree or large shrub
with graceful branches that may reach 10 to
15 feet high and wide. Its nearly needle-like
foliage has a lemon fragrance when bruised.
Stiff Bottlebrush (C. rigidus) is likely the
most cold hardy and drought tolerant yet is
least graceful in form. Weeping Bottlebrush
(C. viminalis), although beautiful in form
and flower, may not survive winters on the
Gulf Coast.
Don't let its lackluster name dissuade
you from using a bottlebrush shrub in your
landscape. The late spring, early summer
blooms will convince once and for all that
perhaps it should have been given a name
more glamorous.
Theresa Friday is the Residential
Horticulture Extension Agent for Santa Rosa
County. The use of trade names, if used in
this article, is solely for the purpose of pro-
viding specific information. It is not a guar-
antee, warranty, or endorsement of the prod-
uct name(s) and does not signify that.they are
approved to the exclusion of others.
For additional information about all of
the county extension services and other arti-
cles of interest go to:
http://santarosa.ifas.ufl.edu,


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Grants are available for SRC programs


The SRACF began accepting grant applications recently.
Total funds available for grants will be $16,000. All grants
must be matched on a one-to-one (100 percent) basis with
cash.
In 2004, the Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissioners designated the SRACF as the Arts Agency of
Santa Rosa County. Grants funding will be limited to Santa
Rosa County organizations. Regional programs should con-


tact the Grants Committee to determine eligibility. Young,
emerging organizations are encouraged to apply.
The following criteria must be met for eligibility:
a) The applicant organization must be based in Santa
Rosa County.
b) The applicant organization must be incorporated as a
nonprofit corporation within the State of Florida.
c) The applicant must provide a copy of the organiza-


Volunteers honored at Navarre VIC

'National Volunteer Appreciation Week'


The Santa Rosa County Tourist Development Council
and the Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce recent-
ly held a "Volunteer Luncheon" at the Navarre VIC to cele-
brate National Volunteer Appreciation Week, which was
March 27 April 3.
Volunteers dined on everything from gourmet finger
foods to cheesecake and brownies. The afternoon was filled
with cheer as fellow volunteers shared their personal experi-
ences and stories with each other.
The Chamber and TDC Staff spoke about how much the


volunteers were appreciated for giving up their time so will-
ingly and always doing it with a smile!
The Navarre Visitor Information Center and the Chamber
currently have 15 active volunteers and are always welcom-
ing more.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or know
someone who would like to offer his or her time, please call
Audrey at the Navarre Visitor information Center office for
more information.


New MRI Magnet placed at Naval Hospital Pensacola


Workers hoisted an 11,244-pound Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) magnet into its new spaces Tuesday morning (15 April) at
Naval Hospital Pensacola as part of the facility's $2.6 million project. The hospital will begin providing its own MRIs beginning May
19. Estimates indicate the closed-MRI, with an "oversized bore" to assist with claustrophobic patients, may result in a cost-savings
of as much as $1 million annually, says John Scott, the hospital's health physicist and director of radiology. Scott has engineered the
2-year project from the start and plans to have a ribbon-cutting ceremony for hospital staff members on May 15. (US Navy photo
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lion's IRS 501 (c)3 tax-exempt letter of determination if the
grant request exceeds $500.
Grant applications must be received by June 9, 2008,
4:00 pm at PO Box 604 Bagdad, Fl 32530, the Dragonfly
Gallery'located at, 5188 Escambia Street, Milton or the Santa
Rosa County Administrative Complex, Office of the Board of
County Commissioners (Room 401), 6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida, 32570.
Applications are available online at the Santa, Rosa Arts
and Culture Foundation's website at www.sracf.org.
The SRACF is also seeking nominations of individuals,
with a strong background in arts and culture participation
within Santa Rosa County that may assist with the grant eval-
uation process.
For more information, visit www.sracf.org, or email
info@sracf.org.


BVPA welcomes Spring
with Market Day May 3rd

The Bagdad Village Preservation Association's Spring
Market Day is scheduled for Saturday, May 3rd from 9 a.m.
until 4 p.m. The annual event will be held at the Bagdad
Community Center located at the corners of Pooley and
School streets (6860 Pooley St.) in historic Bagdad.
Fried fish dinners, with all the trimmings, are always a
crowd pleaser and will be served starting at 10:30 a.m.
Churns full of your favorite flavors of homemade ice cream
will be available throughout the day. Other events include a
cake walk, baked goods sale, and children's crafts.
Kids of all ages will enjoy the display of heavy equip-
ment and demonstrations by The Bagdad Volunteer Fire
Department; including three fire trucks, a 75' Ladder truck, a
rescue dive boat and divers.
The Craft and Collectible show has expanded to include
more than 30 artisans including Pen and Ink Drawings,
Candles, Collectibles, Jewelry, Wind Chimes, Honey, Farm
Implements, Crochet Towels, Aprons, Personalized Books
and Children's Music, Kites, Metal Sculptures, Homemade
Salsa, Antiques, Red Hats and Gifts, Lighted Glass Bottles,
Turned Wood Items, Watercolor Paintings.
History buffs will want to tour the Bagdad Village
Museum, which will be open from 9 a.m. until noon. Once a
bustling lumber mill village, Bagdad was the center of the
Southeastern lumber industry for more than 110 years before
closing in 1939. At one time Bagdad was the biggest, most
modern lumber exporter in the western world and was added
to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
If you would like to volunteer to assist with the event, or
need additional information, contact BVPA President Robyn
Baker at 850-554-4669. For more information on the Bagdad
Village Preservation Association, visit the association's web
site at www.bagdadvillage.org.


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Tips for Choosing a Vet
When it comes to choosing a physician, it's often hit or miss. l'or some people, a doctor's
bedside manner is extremely important, while others care more about a doctor's credentials
than his compassion.
The same is often true for pet owners when it comes time to choose a veterinarian, though
in many cases pet owners prefer a vet who has a gentle approach to their pet. Since a pet can-
not speak for himself, it is important to find a vet who will be gentle with the animal, but sev-
eral other factors should go into a pet owner's decision as well.
SReputation: A vet's reputation is often his best reference. When looking for a vet, seek
advice from family, friends or coworkers. When doing so, be sure to get a grasp of that per-
son's approach to pet care. Just like there are different breeds of dogs, there are different types
of dog owners. Some take a more lax approach to pet care, only taking their dog to the vet
when something's noticeably wrong. Such people might not be the best judge, since they like-
ly have little experience with the vet. Find someone who has a conscientious approach to pet
care and seek their advice on a vet. If no one in your circle of family and friends can offer
advice, visit a nearby dog park and ask for advice. Even if you don't own a dog, you're liable
to get valuable insight.
Facilities: A veterinarian's facilities should also be considered. The American Animal
Hospital Association (AAHA) offers a voluntary membership that offers guidelines with
respect to facilities, equipment and the quality of care. Those who volunteer for this mem-
bership must meet those guidelines, so pet owners who see that an animal hospital is a mem-
ber of AAHA can be certain that the hospital is up to snuff.
Specialty: Much like physicians, veterinarians can specialize in certain areas, and some
even specialize in certain breeds. This could be something pet owners, particularly those who
might own a purebred dog, would want. For some, however, this might not be of the utmost
importance. If possible, choose and animal hospital that has a specialist on staff, even if your

Understanding Heartworm and How to Prevent It

Potentially fatal, heartworm is caused by parasitic worms living in the arteries of the
lungs of dogs, cats and other mammals. On occasion, these parasites can also inhabit the right
side of a dog's heart.
Animals indirectly get heartworm from other animals that are harboring the heartworm
infection. When a mosquito bites an infected animal and takes that animal's infected blood,
the disease can then be transferred if that mosquito then bites another animal that is suscep-
tible to infection.
; After a dog is bitten by an infected mosquito, the larvae carrying the heartworm infection
then take roughly two months to make their way to the animal's bloodstream. From there, the
infection is quickly carried to the lungs, where the larvae mature into adults and can actually
live for up to seven years. During part of that period heartworms can reproduce.

What Happens to
An Animal with Heartworm?
The signs of heartworm disease differ depending on the animal. Since cats and dogs are
the most common type of pets susceptible to heartworm, this article will simply discuss the
symptoms associated with those two types of animals. For owners of other pets that are also
susceptible to heartwonn, consult a veterinarian for any symptoms and other information
regarding the disease.
For dogs, the disease is often difficult to detect for recently infected animals. That's due
in large part to the disease taking so long to make its way into a dog's bloodstream. Dogs can
be infected for months before actually showing any signs of infection. When the infection
begins to advance, indicators of heartwonn infection include reluctance to exercise, fatigue
after moderate exercise, weight loss resulting from lack of appetite, and a mild but persistent
cough.
In cats, the symptoms of heartworm can indicate a number of things, making it hard to
diagnose if a feline has heartworm or something else. Like a dog, a cat with heartworm will
exhibit symptoms of lethargy and difficulty breathing. In a cat, that difficulty breathing can
manifest itself through rapid breaths. Felines may also experience weight loss, vomiting and
gagging as a result of heartworm infection. It's important for cat owners to know that a newly
defined syndrome called Heartworm Associated Respiratory Disease is often mistaken as
feline asthma or allergic bronchitis. Should a feline be diagnosed w ith either of those dis-
eases, yet exhibit any of the above-mentioned symptoms of heartworm infection, ask a vet-
;erinarian to run more tests to see if the feline does, in fact, have heartworm.

To learn more about heartworm, consult a veterinarian or visit the American Heartworm
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Choosing the right veterinarian for your pet involves more than simply choosing the nearest ani-
mal hospital.
individual vet is another doctor. This can make any unforeseen circumstance, such as emer-
gency'surgery, less difficult to deal with.
SFees: While it is available, most pet owners don't have pet insurance. Therefore, fees
should be considered before choosing a vet. Still, simply because a vet charges more for stan-
dard visits or consultations doesn't necessarily mean he's the best vet in town. It could sim-
ply mean that the town he practices in is more affluent, and his business costs (i.e., rent, util-
ities, etc.) are higher and force him to charge higher standard fees. Because pet ownership is
such a big commitment, it's important to get a grasp of these fees before choosing a vet.
SEmergency service: This can be very important when choosing a vet. Know what type
of emergency service the hospital your vet is associated with provides. No pet owner wants
to find themselves in an emergency and not know what to do. If a certain hospital does not
meet your emergency requirements, look elsewhere. If that's not an option, always be sure to
keep a history of vet visits, so in the case of an emergency, you're immediately and fully pre-
pared to show your animal's history if you need to see a vet whom you have not seen before.
Proximity: Proximity can be especially important for pet owners. It's just more con-
venient to be nearby to a veterinarian. If the vet's office is far away, that could be costly in
case of an emergency. In addition, routine appointments have a tendency to get put off if the
vet is too far away. In general, try and use a .vet located close enough to your home to make
both of these things a non-issue. If need be, you can always consult a vet who specializes in
your breed while allowing a nearby vet handle the more routine consultations.



Did^ Youw Kvtow ?

The term "man's best friend" might nowadays be something of a mis-
nomer. Dogs have long held the distinction of being man's closest pal, but fig-
ures from the U.S. Census Bureau note that cats actually outnumber dogs by
a large margin. While there are 74 million dogs throughout the country, that
figure pales in comparison to the roughly 90 million felines across the nation.
Another shift with respect to pets is the absence of dog houses. While back-
yards were once a dog's place to roam and sleep, dog houses have largely
become a thing of the past. In fact, according to the National Pet Owner's
Survey, more and more dogs are now enjoying the same sleeping arrange-
ments as their owners, as 41 percent of dog owners admit they share their beds
with their dogs.



Keeping Pets Safe from Poisons


Before letting pets out in the yard, pet owners should be sure all applied herbicides have
dried.

When it comes to poison proofing a home, lots of people might assume it's only neces-
sary for homes with young children. But homes that have pets, be it a friendly feline or man's
best friend, need to be safe as well.
Keeping pets safe from poisons is especially important since many pets spend much time
at home alone. While you're at work, for example, a pet likely has free reign over the home,
leaving open the possibility of all sorts of unsupervised trouble. To poison-proof your home
for pets, consider the following tips.
Know your poisonous plants. Plants are a major poison hazard for pets, be it cats or
dogs. For dogs, poisonous plants can include azaleas, morning glory, oleander, and even daf-
fodils. For cats, the list includes geraniums, primrose, iris, and marigold. Consult a veteri-
narian for a complete listing of potentially poisonous plants. If you have any of these plants
in your home, be sure they are elevated to a height that a dog cannot reach and away from a
anything that a cat could climb onto.
Lock all kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Typically, cleaners are kept in the cabinets
below the sink in bathrooms and kitchens. A resourceful pet can get into such cabinets if
they're not locked. Unfortunately, many cleaning products can be lethal to pets if ingested.
Be sure to lock all cabinets where cleaning products are kept.
In addition, whenever you use these products, close the door and keep pets out while
doing so. Don't spray any product into the air while a pet is in the room.
Keep the toilet lid closed. While it can be comical to imagine a dog drinking from the
toilet, it can also be very dangerous. That's because automatic toilet cleaners contain chemi-
cals that can make pets very sick. Always close the toilet lid whenever you've finished using
the bathroom.
Keep intentional poisons away from pets. Sometinies, homes with pets get unwanted
guests. If your home has mice or other rodents, be sure to keep all rodenticides out of a pet's
reach. Also, even if you do place a rodenticide in a location your cat or dog can't reach, that
doesn't mean they won't necessarily be exposed to it. That's because rodents can transport
these poisons to a different location in your home. Before deciding on a rodenticide, first
determine if it's worth the risk you're putting your pets at should they be exposed.
The same rules apply to insecticides as well. If you suspect an insecticide could be harm-
ful to your pet, consult your veterinarian.
Do not leave batteries lying around. Pets, especially dogs, love to chew on household
items. Batteries left out can be very harmful and even lethal to pets if they chew on them.
Keep batteries in closed drawers and make sure any batteries that have been discarded are not
placed in trash cans that don't have a closeable lid.
Keep your garage and driveway clean. A car that leaks fluids is not only bad for your
wallet, but can be very harmful to your pet as well. Keep your driveway and garage as clean
as possible, and thoroughly and immediately clean up after any leaks. Products such as wind-
shield washer fluid, antifreeze, and motor oil should be stored high on shelves in the garage.
Keep lawn products away from pets. Many dogs love to eat lawn fertilizer, oddly
enough. Keep bags tightly sealed and stored in a place that's difficult for dogs to get to. In
addition, keep dogs away from the yard after herbicides have been applied. Allow time for
the herbicides to dry before sending your pet out in the backyard.


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Outdoor Living


Clippings Are a Lawn's Best Friend


While it might have been a chore most would have liked
to avoid when they were kids or teenagers, for adult lawncare
enthusiasts mowing the lawn can be an enjoyable time.
Whether you're a fan of ride-on lawn mowers or you go with .
the more traditional push mower, an afternoon spent mowing
the lawn can be good exercise and a way to catch a few rays.
Of course, once the job is done, what to do with the grass
clippings can present a genuine problem. Some states, in fact,
have banned yard waste such as clippings, branches and
leaves from their landfills. For local governments, this deci-
sion was largely rooted in budgetary concerns, as many com-
munities facing cutbacks decided that yard waste collection
was something they could live without, and therefore cut
these programs out of their budgets.
While this might have left many residents unhappy with
their local governments, yard waste is actually a valuable
commodity, one that can help homeowners save money if
used correctly.

How Do Clippings Benefit a Yard?
When returned to the yard, grass clippings can pay
numerous dividends. First and foremost, grass clippings can
help homeowners save money on fertilizer. Clippings contain
valuable levels of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, and
can help cut fertilizer needs by up to 25 percent.
In addition, clippings work as a food source for bacteria
in the soil. One of the things bacteria does is decompose
harmful and unsightly thatch, improving the lawn's health
and increasing its aesthetic appeal.

How Much Should I Leave?
If you're going to be returning clippings to your yard,
you'll need to make adjustments to your mower and your'
mowing schedule. While some homeowners would like to set
their blades as low as possible to reduce the number of times
they'll have to mow the lawn, this is not healthy for your
yard. Mow grass tall with a sharp blade so that no more than
one inch of grass is removed each time the lawn is cut. If you
set the blades too low, clippings will pile up and this will
damage the yard. Also, cutting grass too low does not encour-
age root growth and promotes inefficient use of water. When
grass is cut at the correct height, roots grow more extensive-
ly, which helps make the yard more resistant to drought.
During the season of rapid growth (typically spring), you
might need to mow twice per week. While this might sound
like a chore, it won't be as hard as it sounds. That's because
if a lawn is mowed properly at the correct height, the job gets
easier and doesn't take much time at all. As the lawn begins
to grow less rapidly, you can return to the typical cutting
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How Does a Mulching Mower Help?
Mulching mowers can be of tremendous assistance to
anyone looking to get more out of their clippings. A
mulching mower works by cutting clippings into smaller
pieces and dispersing them back into the yard as you're cut-
ting the lawn. Keeping the blades at a correct height is essen-
tial when using a mulching mower. When its blades are set
correctly, a mulching mower will distribute clippings more
evenly than a standard mower, essentially eliminating the
risk of spreading too many clippings onto any one spot and
damaging the lawn as a result.

Can Clippings Be Used Elsewhere?
Clippings can be used as mulch and in a compost pile.
When using clippings for either process, however, be sure to
mix in other ingredients. Grass clippings, when they're not
spread out over a lawn but collected in a pile, will produce a
very foul odor. However, when mixed with leaves or wood
chips, the odor will dissipate. Also, by mixing with wood
chips and leaves, you're reducing the thickness of the clip-
pings, which will allow more oxygen to get into the soil.


Whether doing it to be
more environmentally con-
scious or to make your
home's landscape more aes-
thetically appealing, planting
a tree or trees around your
property can be a great way
to spend some time outdoors
while making a positive
impact on your surround-
ings. But before heading to
your local nursery or out to
the yard with your shovel,
there are some things to con-
sider when it comes to plant-
ing trees around your proper-
ty.
What type of tree? Do
you want to plant an ever-
green or a deciduous tree?
Each tree comes with its own
benefits. Evergreens won't
shed their leaves in the cold-
er months, meaning they'll
provide shade year-round.
These trees can also be very
functional for those who live
in areas with particularly
harsh winters, as evergreens
remain thick in the winter,
making them a good choice
for homeowners who want
their trees to function as bar-
riers from wind or noise.
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provide shade in the sum-
mertime and allow sunlight
to come through in the win-
tertime once they've shed
their leaves. For homeown-
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love to play in the yard,
deciduous trees can protect
kids from getting too hot in
the warmer months and too
cold during winter.
Where to plant your
new tree? Where to plant
your tree should be of the
utmost importance. This
involves knowing what the
tree will look like down the
road. You won't want to
plant a tree that will get very
big too close to your home,
as a storm or other inclement
weather could result in the
tree potentially damaging the
house. Even if that does not
happen, you want to avoid
having the tree removed
when it reaches maturity. If
you feel it's gotten too big
and you do want it removed
to avoid an accident, this can
be a costly expense.
Another thing to consid-
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crosses the property line
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with your neighbors. Also,
you don't want the tree to be
in a position where it's
impeding sunlight from
reaching a neighbor's home
in winter (or your own home
for that matter).
Before deciding on
where to plant your tree,
know how big it is likely to
get, and make sure you don't
plant it too close to your
property line, especially if it
will be very large once it
reaches maturity.


CAPTION: Mowing at the correct height and using your clip-
pings as opposed to disposing of them can help your lawn look
lush and green.


While aesthetic appeal is important, there's more to consider
than just looks when deciding to plant trees on and around your
property.


What is the tree histo-
ry? Most local nurseries
won't sell trees that have
proven problematic to resi-
dents of the area in the past.
Some trees carry with them a
stisceptibility to certain dis-
ease or insect infestations,
while others are known for
having weak wood that
won't stand up well in areas
where wind is a staple of the
weather.
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you choose only sells trees
that have a proven track
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gardeners. The love of the
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things that draws them to
gardening. But even the most
avid gardener can go a little
greener by using materials
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Today's lawn and garden
market is filled with many
recycled items to help you
create a gorgeous, inviting
and eco-friendly lawn.
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trees and helps hold in mois-
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You can create a weed-free
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trees, mailboxes and yard
posts while at the same time
eliminating the need for edg-
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have an exotic tree in your
yard, it's not nice to have to
pay to treat such trees when
they can't handle the local
weather or insect population.
SWhat will the tree
look like? Looks are impor-
tant, as no one wants to plant
an eyesore in their front yard.
Trees can be wonderful adii-
tions to a landscape by com-
plementing surroundifig
flowers or shrubs and even
the color of your home. Ask
a local nursery professional
what a specific tree will lok
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Allergies on the Rise for Children


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The birthday pizza party.
School bake sales. PB&.I
sandwiches in the lunch-
room. Halloween candy.
Navigating a child's world
when food allergies are pres-
ent can be challenging to say
the least. But for the millions
with allergies, it's an
absolute must to be resolute
and avoid potential food trig-
gers.
If your child is allergic to
nuts, dairy, or shellfish, to
name a few foods, he or she
is sharing company with
about 11 million other peo-
ple in the U.S. alone. About
six percent of children in
Quebec have food allergies.
In the past, food allergies
were not much of a concern
to the medical community.
Today, scientists generally
agree that food allergies are a
force to be reckoned with -
and the numbers of those
with allergies are growing.
In response, parents, chil-


dren. and schools are taking
measures to make sure chil-
dren with allergies are safe
from attacks that can be as
mild as rashes or irritation or
as severe as anaphylactic
shock. Peanut- or milk-free
zones are set up in lunch
rooms, and many food man-
ufacturers are now required
to list the eight most com-
mon allergies on their food
labels. Because allergies can
even be triggered from just
inhaling foods, including
"peanut fumes," many air-
lines and classrooms actually
ban foods containing nuts or
require they be stored under
special lock and key away
from allergic children.
Peanut allergies and
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understanding of how allergies work, but they don't have
complete control over why the body's immune system reacts
to something that should normally be benign when ingested
... food.
With an allergy, the immune system mistakes food as a
harmful substance. White blood cells are discharged to pro-
duce antibodies against the allergen. These antibodies attach
to "mast" cells, which are found in the skin, nose, lungs,
intestines, stomach, and mouth. When an allergen subse-
quently enters the body, the mast cells are ready and respond
with a chemical called "histamine." This produces the telltale
allergic symptoms of itchiness, sneezing, stomach cramping,
and swelling, among others.

What Causes Allergies?
There is no concrete reason why allergies occur in some
and not others. Many believe allergies run in families. New
research into allergies has unearthed an interesting hypothe-
sis: that oversterilization of a child's environment is related
to development of allergies. It seems instead of just an apple
a day to keep the doctor away, children should regularly be
exposed to dirt and animals.
Studies have shown that kids who grow up on farms
around animals and dirt have fewer allergies than those who
are sheltered from these conditions. The hypothesis has even
been studied among lab rats. Those in a wild habitat exhibit
far fewer allergies than rats kept in a laboratory. The line of
thinking is that in the "wild" the body learns to judge what
invaders are truly malevolent, such as a severe parasite,
rather than something innocuous like a grain of pollen.

Allergy Treatment
Up until recently, there was no cure or treatment for aller-
gies people simply avoided triggers or took products to
alleviate mild symptoms. But scientists are looking at other
options. Using the problem foods themselves in extremely
small doses, experiments are under way to see if an allergic
individual can gradually build up a tolerance to foods they
normally would be allergic to. While this doesn't mean
they'll be able to indulge in a peanut butter cup if they have
a peanut allergy, it may save them a trip to the hospital if they
accidentally bite into a trace amount of peanuts.
Leading a "normal" life is generally the goal for allergic
children and families, who want to have their eggs, fish,
peanuts whatever and enjoy them, too.

Cardio a Key to a

Successful Exercise Regimen

When it comes time to lose weight, many people look to
the nearby fitness center to help them shed those extra
pounds. When entering a gym for the first time, newcomers
are often overwhelmed by the buzz of activity and the clank-
ing of weights coupled with the host of machines they seem
to know nothing about.
While an initial foray into the gym can be intimidating,
it's important to keep in mind that one of the best ways to
lose weight is something you've been doing almost since the
day you were born. Since the moment you took your first
step, you've been doing cardio, or cardiovascular exercise.
More widely referred to as aerobic exercise, cardio has a
number of benefits, not the least of which iS'losing weight.
SCardio strengthens bones. Osteoporosis is a bone dis-
ease in which the bones become brittle and fragile due to tis-
sue loss. This tissue loss can be the result of age or deficien-
cies in calcium or vitamin D. A workout that includes jogging
or even fast walking can reduce the risk of osteoporosis
because, as the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF)
points out, these weight-bearing activities strengthen the
skeletal system. NOF also notes that any exercise in which
feet or legs are bearing the weight, including dancing and
climbing, are effective cardio exercises.
Cardio reduces body fat. Including cardio in your regu-
lar exercise routine helps to increase lean body tissue while
reducing fat. If the goal of your weight loss is to look better,
then including cardio in your regular routine is a great way to
achieve this. While this might sound simple, the more calo-
ries you bum, the more pounds you'll lose, and cardio has
proven to be a great way to burn calories.
Cardio can reduce blood pressure. Many people choose
to lose weight not because of a New Year's resolution, but
because their doctor (or their body) has told them they need
to shed weight to survive. For those with high blood pressure,
cardio has proven an effective way to lower blood pressure.
A 2002 study at Tulane University found that aerobic, or car-
diovascular, exercise lowered blood pressure in all groups of
people, whether they had pre-existing conditions or had nor-
mal blood pressure.
Cardio can help relieve the pain of arthritis. A cardio-
vascular program that includes water cxcrcise can be espe-
cially valuable to arthritis sufferers. Such exercise can help
keep the joints moving while strengthening the muscles
around the joints. In addition, cardiovascular exercise
increases energy levels, which helps arthritis sufferers better
handle some the daily tasks that have become difficult as a
result of the arthritis.


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SATURDAY
April 26, 2008
Section D


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Wakulla
By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.comn
It the trip toMedart was-
n't enough for the Milton
Lady Panthers,, the result
definitely was.
Murphy's Law seemed
to be part of the game as
Milton committed five errors
in a 6-0 loss to Wakulla High
on Tuesday.
Milton .(1612), who was
without the service s of
Crystal Clark who was
injured during the District I-
4A tournament in Navarre,
saw the War Eagles do
everything in their power to
capitalize on every opportu-
nity.
Wakulla went up 2-0 in
the first inning on a couple of
Lady Panther errors and a
double by Hannah
Lovestrand.
The War Eagles (21-6)
kept going strong as they
added another unearned run
in the third inning and two
more in the fifth.
Milton pitcher Alyssa
Larson only allowed one
earned run off of eight hits in
her six innings inside the cir-
cle.


PLAYOFFS



Lady Pats stops


Mosley at home


The Lady Panthers was
able to handle pitcher Mandy
McClendon's offerings at the Pace's catcher Kirstyn Joiner leaps into action as the Mosley batter hits a slow roller back to
plate despite finishing with the pitching circle on Friday.
See MILTON Page 2D Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
Mosley High's Dolphins
got a good glimpse of where
they would like their softball
program to be, but unfortu-
nately Tuesday they were
looking from the wrong side
of the scoreboard.
Pace, the defending 5A
State Champions, took an
early lead and cruised to an
8-2 victory in the Regional
Quarterfinals.
Mosley (17-9) seemed to
be ready to challenge Pace as
they started off real strong in
the first inning as Bethany
Wilkey led off the game after
being hit by a Katy Neal
pitch. Cat Volger gave the
Dolphins runners on first and
second with no outs thanks
to a seeing eye single which
squeezed its way between
the first and second base-
men.
Bethany Wilkey would
make first out of the inning
when she was gunned down
trying to steal third before
Neal could end the inning
with back-to-back strikeouts.
Pace didn't get frazzled
by the Dolphins, but did
what they had to do, which
was play Lady Patriots soft-
ball.
"The tension didn't seem
to be there," said Williams.
"We felt comfortable about
the game and with that we
felt we could put the ball in


play and score:
"We just couldn't find
out a lot about them so we
had to look and play the situ-
ations."
Pace (24-3) took control
of the game 2-0 as liner to
third by Kristen Joiner
loaded the bases for Pace.
Bailey Dowdle would score
as Mosley recorded a 4-6-3
double play and Neal would
score on a pass ball.
Up 2-0 Pace would find
a grove and extend their lead
to 8-0 before Mosley could
get on the scoreboard in the
top of the sixth.
Vogler led off the inning
as she was hit by a pitch as
Dani Nagler doubled her
home to make it 8-1 and the
Dolphins would add a sec-
ond run as Candace Hill
would score when Amanda
Russell over ran a ground
ball to the outfield by
Michelle Quisenberry.
Mosley challenged at
other times, but Neal, who
recorded 11 strikeouts, was
up to the challenge as
Mosley had some opportuni-
ties.
"She settled down when
we got a couple of things
going," said Brian Wilkey.
"That is why she has signed
to play Division-I softball.
"There were times when
I thought we had an opportu-
nity, but they got the big out
See PACE Page 2D


Pace an


return


to post-season play


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
Pace and Jay are right
where their coaches want
them.
Jay, who entered the
District 1-2A tournament
undefeated in district action
secured a return to the Class
2A playoffs with a 11-1 win
on Tuesday over Baker in
five innings.
Jay (16-4) was trailed in
the game only once as Baker
took a 1-0 lead after the top
of the first.
Then Jay settled down to
tie the game and later took
the lead for good when
Brandt Hendricks slapped a
two run double in the second
inning as they went ahead 4-
1.
Hendricks wasn't done
as he hit a three-run home
run in the fifth inning to help
the Royals seal the win by
scoring six runs in the inning
to force the 10-run rule.
While Hendricks, who
has already signed with the
University of Alabama, fin-
ished the night with fiv6
RBI's, while Jack Randolph
went 2-for-2, while Myles
Hammac, Tyler DeGraaf,
and Dakota Smith all went 2-
for-4 as Jay pounded out 13
hits.
Hammac was virtually
untouchable for the rest of
the game after a shaky first
inning as he gave up only
four hits while striking out
seven on the night.
Jay, who is looking to
return to the Class 2A State
Finals under first year coach
Jory Diamond played
Freeport Thursday night.
Pace is also looking for
their chance to make it three
trips to the state final in a
row, but before they can look


Pace hopes to continue their offensive surge as they have to
chance to advance to their third consecutive final four appear-
ance in Class 5A. The Patriots and Royals, who both went to
the final four last season, are guaranteed a spot in the post sea-
son with district championship appearances on Thursday.
Press Gazette file photo


that far ahead the Patriots
have to once again face
Niceville.
The District 1-5A pow-
ers faced off Thursday night
for the chance to see who
will enjoy the home field
advantage during the post
season.
Pace and Niceville have
met two time this season so
far with as they each have a


win against the other.
Niceville won the most
recent encounter at home 1-
0, but this time the game is
on a neutral field.
To advance to the cham-
pionship game Pace defeated
Tate 10-2 on Wednesday.
The Patriots (19-7) got
off to a slow start with a run
in the first and the run in the
See BASEBALL Page 4D


Pels seek
The Pensacoal Pelicans
will kick off their training
camp today and the team is
seeking two more host fami-
lies for the season.
The Pelican's host fami-
ly program offers fans a
unique opportunity to sup-


ging host
port the players as they con-
tinue their careers.
Host families are an
intergal part of the player's
stay in Pensacola, as well as
the Pelican's organization.
Host families are asked
to provide a room with a bed


families
and bathroom facilities. In
return each host family will
receive two season tickets.
If you would like more
information about hosting a
player this season call 934-
8444 or e-mail carrie@pen-
sacolapelicans.com.


-. I


Power play

Former Milton grad Donzaleigh Patterson is seen on her way to scoing a touchdown last
season for the Pensacola Power against the New Orleans Blaze at home. Patterson is
one of the original Power members still playing football. Other standouts of local inter-
est is Lakeisha Johnson and Tonia Wells. The Power opened the 2008 season on the road
and lost to the Blaze 20-0. Tonight the Power open their home stand against the
Alabama Renegades at 7 p.m. at Escambia County High School. Other homes dates this
season include May 17 (New Orleans), June 7, (Emerald Coast Barracudas), and June 21
(Gulf Coast Herricanes).
Press Gazette file photo







Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Sports
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Santa Rosa Kid's
House Golf Tournament:
Faternal Order of Police
Lodge #123 is hosting a
charity golf tournament at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club May 9th to
benefit the Santa Rosa
Kids House.
A shotgun start for this
four-person scramble will
.get underway at 1 p.m with
registration and lunch
beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Entry fee is $50 per
person and includes lunch,
and free range balls.
Mullignas and Reg Tee
Busters will be available.
Team sponsor packages
and tee sign sponsorships
are also available.
Prizes will be awarded
to both the scratch and low
handicap winners.
There will be a closest
to the pin on all par threes
and door prizes.
For more information
call 206-5126 or 623-6923.
Jay Pro Rodeo: The
Sixth Annual Jay Pro
Rodeo is scheduled to con-
clude tonight at the Ted
May Arena in Jay.
Events will get under-
way at 8 p.m. and admis-
sion will be $10 for adults,
and $5 for children 12 and
under.
Pace Library Sports
Raffle* Friends of the
Pace Libaray will be raf-
fling off various sports
itmes to add a children's
activity room to the Pace
Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt
Smith signed Cowboys
helmet, a Travis Fryman
signed baseball, Boo
Weekley signed hat and
picture, Haley Millsaps
signed hat and picture,
Danny Woerffle signed
mini-helmets, and much
more.
Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov.
29.
Knights of
Columbus Golf
Tourrney: The Knights


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7:23 PM Sun set


Monday, April 8 2008
1:43 AM Moon rise
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6:06 AM Sun'rise
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Tuesday, April 29, 2008
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Wednesday, April 30, 2008
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of Columbus Countcil
No. 7027 will hold their
tirst annual golf tourrna-
ment April 26th at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
Registration for this
four-person scramble
will get underway at
noon with a shotgun start
set for 1 p.m.
Prizes will be pre-
sented for first, second,
and third place as well as
closest to the pin and
longest drive.
There is a home in
one cash prize of $5,000
on the eighth hole at
Tanglewood Golf Club
for this tournament.
Awards will be pre-
sented after the tourna-
ment at the club house.
To play the fee is $65
per person and the entry
deadline is April 19th.:
Tee sign sponsorships
is also available.
For more information
call 981-8078.
Tuesday Night
Summer League: The
Tuesday Night Church
Mixed Team is looking to
form a summer league at
Oops Alley.
The season will run
from May 20th through
August 19.
This is a USBC sanc-
tioned league and the
deadline to sign up is May
1.
Since the league
formed back in 2006 they
have donated over $2,000
to local charities.
For more information
call 623-6807.
Milton Kiwanis Golf
Tournament: The third
annual Milton Kiwanis
Golf Tournament will be
held May 3 at Whiting
Field.
Registration for this
four-person scramble will
begin at 11 a.m. with a
shotgun start at noon.
Entry fee is $300 per
team and includes one
mulligan, a tee buster and
lunch.
Team sponsor pack-
ages are avaialbel as well
as tee sign sponsorships.
Proceeds from this


Pensacola Bay
Sunday, April 27, 2008
1:06 AM Moon rise
2:51 AM -0.27 Feet
6:09 AM Sun rise
11:27 AM Moon set
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7:25 PM Sun set

SMonday, April 28, 2008
1:45 AM Moon rise
3:22 AM -0.22 Feet
6:08 AMvSiun rise
9:28 AM Third iQuarter
12:26 PM Moon set
4:27 PM 1.39 Feet
7:25 PM Sun set

Tuesday, April 29, 2008
2:19 AM Moon rise
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6:07 AM Sun rise
1:27 PM Moon set
5:31 PM 1.18 Feet
7:26 PM Sun set

Wednesday, April 30, 2008
2:51 AM Moon rise
3:55 AM 0.11 Feet
6:06 AM Sun rise
2:28 PM Moon set
7:27 PM Sun set
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tournament will benefit
children programs of
Santa .Rosa County sup-
ported by the Kiwanis
Club.
Prizes will be awarded
to first, second, and third
place along with closest
to the pin and the longest
drive.
For more information
call 686-2176 or 393-
6034.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Adult Soccer
R e g i s t r a tion :
Registration is currently
underway for Adult 6v6
soccer. Online registra-
tion is available at the
FCSR website
www.fc s a n taro s a.co m.
The registration fee will
be $70 for the 10 week
season, with games on
Monday evenings. For
more information please
check the FCSR website
or call 994-KICK.
VFW Golf Tourney:
The Milton Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 4833
will be hosting a golf
tournament on May 17 at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
This four-man scram-
ble is $50 per person with
prizes awarded to the top
three places along with a
cash prize for closest to
the pin and longest drive.
Also you can sponsor
a veteran for a $50 dona-
tion with their name and
yours on a tee sign.
The deadline to enter
is May 12.
An awards dinner will
immedately follow the
tournament at the VFW
Post on Carroll Road in
Milton.
For more information
call 994-9499 or 623-
4833.
Bowl for Kids Sake:
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
of Northwest Florida will
hold its annual fundraiser
today at Liberty Lanes in
Pensacola.
Teams of four to six
bowlers can choose from
times of noon, 2:30 p.m.
and 5 p.m. today.
Registration is $30


Navarre Beach
Sunday, April 27, 2008
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6:07 AM Sun rise
11:25 AM Moon set
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7:23 PM Sun set

Monday, April 28, 2008
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1:43 AM.Moon rise; :
6:06 AM Sun rise
9:28 AM Third Quartet
12:25 PM Moon set
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7:24 PM Sun set

Tuesday, April 29, 2008
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Wednesday, April 30, 2008
1:23 AM 0.35 Feet
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and includes two games,
shoe rental and an event t-
shirt.
Reggie Evans
Southeastern Jam: The
Southern Youth Sports
Association will host the
Reggie Evans
Southeastern Jam May 23
through May 25.
This tournament will
be open to Boys and girls
team U-10 to U-17 with
three games guaranteed.
Featured guests will
include Reggie Evans,
Lady Comfort of the L.A.
Sparks, Alex Gordon,
Ralph Mims, and Jason
Rich.
Team entry fee is
$275.
For more information
call 777-0165, 602-3464,
390-3682, or 723-9087.
Stetson University
Hoops Camp: Derek
Waugh/Stetson University
Boy's Basketball Camp
from June 22 to August 6.
Five different camps
are being offered covering
individual skills, shoot-
ing, and position.
For dates and more
information you can con-
tact Stetson University at
386-822-8101 or visit them
on the web at www.stet-
son.edu/hoopscamp.
Central Florida
Fastpitch Camp: Central
Florida University is
holding three different
fastpitch softball camps.
These camps will run
frm June 8 to June 19 and
cover pitching/catching,
offense/defense. and a
general day camp.
For more information
on this camp call 407-823-
4298 or visit them on the
web at www.cen-
tralfloridafastpitchcamp.co
m.
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.


Sunday, April 27, 2008
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4:38 AM -0.32 Feet
6:08 AM Sun rise
11:25 AM Moon set
5:18PM 1.82 Feet
7:24 PM Sun set

Monday, April 28, 2008
1:44 AM Moon rise
5:09 AM -0.26 Feet
6:07 AM Sun rise
9:28 AM Third Quarter
12:25 PM Moon set
6:07 PM 1.67 Feet
7:25 PM Sun set

Tuesday, April 29, 2008
2:19 AM Moon rise
5:30 AM -0.11 Feet
6:06 AM Sun rise
1:26 PM Moon set
7:11 PM 1.42 Feet
7:25 PM Sun set

Wednesday, April 30, 2008
2:51 AM Moon rise
5:42 AM 0.14 Feet
6:05 AM Sun rise
2:27 PM Moon set
7:26 PM Sun set
9:09PM 1.10 Feet


Milton


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only two hits and kept
Milton off the base path after
a two-out single in the fourth
inning.
Their nemesis appeared
to be the defense playing
behind McClendon Tuesday
night.
One of the big defensive
plays to stop Milton was a-
diving two-out stop in the
third inning by Karlyn Scott,


who would throw behind the
runner at third for the final
out of the inning.
Wakulla played Navarre
on Friday.
The Lady Raiders need-
ed eight innings to dispose of
Tallahassee Godby 2-1.
Bri Risner scored the
winning run for Navarre
after leading off the inning
with a double when Haley
Curie doubled to center.


Pace


Continued From Page One
on us. Tonight they made
the plays."
Neal admitted she was
not on her game despite the
11 strikeouts and the shock-
ing four batters she hit.
"I wasn't on top of my
game tonight," said Neal,
who will play at South
Alabama next season. "I
take the blame.
"When I am out there I
try not to let my emotions
effect me. When you are
eight runs up you have a
few to spare."
For first year coach
Curtis Williams he was
pleased with the game, but
knows there are some
things his team will have to
work on before facing
Tallahassee Lincoln (24-1)
on Friday at home.
"We will go back to
work on Wednesday," said
Williams. "This will be a
pleasant change for us and I
think it will be a little easi-
er to get up for a new oppo-
nent.
"The last time we
played them was two years
ago and it was a pretty
interesting game then as
well."
Vogler led the Dolphins


at the plate going 2-for-2
with a walk and being hit
by a pitch, while Neagler,
Hill, and Quisenberry all
recorded hits.
"Were knocking on the
door of where we want to
be," said Mosley's first
year coach Brian Wilkey
after the game. "We just
have to push it open.
"It is a tall order to get
where we want to be."
Brian Wilkey agreed a
run or two when they
threatened early on would
have been nice.
"If we could have came
away with a few runs earli-
er and then it would have
been a two or three run con-
test in the later innings then
it could have been a hectic
game," said Brian Wilkey.
"But I don't want to take
anything from Pace as they
swing the' bat as good as
any club we have seen this
season."
Neal wasn't very con-
cerned about her control
issues and the four hit bat-
ters on the night.
"Sometimes it is good
to be a little wild," said
Neal. "If you are a little
wild it helps to keep them
honest."


-jw ReporTsIH


This report represents
some events the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) handled
the week of April 11 through
17; however; it does not
include all actions taken by
the Division of Law
Enforcement.

ESCAMBIA COUNTY

On April 13, Officers
Fred Rondeau, Pat Roush
and John Bell assisted
Alabama Marine Police with
a search and rescue near the
Alabama-Florida state line.
Earlier in the day at the Ono
Island boat ramp, an
Alabama resident's truck
was discovered still running.
An unoccupied vessel regis-
tered to the owner of the
truck was located drifting
near the ramp. Several
items that belonged to the
registered owner were dis-
covered at the end of the
dock. After speaking with
the victim's relatives, inves-
tigating officers discovered
that after launching his ves-
sel, the man returned home
to get a jacket. With the
individual's truck left run-
ning and his belongings
being left on the dock,


Alabama authorities theo-
rized that the vessel broke
loose and the victim tried to
swim to it. Initial efforts to
locate the missing boater on
April 13 were not successful.
The victim was recovered on
April 15 near the dock.

On April 13, Lt. Brian
Lambert responded to a
boating accident on the
Escambia River. The oper-
ator of a 16 foot vessel sus-
tained a broken foot and sev-
eral lacerations when his
*vessel overturned at a high
rate of speed. At the hospi-
tal, Lt. Lambert interviewed
the operator who admitted to
operating the vessel between
100 to 115 miles per hour
when it caught air and blew
over. The accident is still
under investigation and
charges are pending.

OKALOOSA COUNTY

On April 12, Officer Pete
Rockwell conducted a fish-
ery inspection on a vessel in
Destin Pass. The inspection
revealed undersize gag
grouper. The captain of the
vessel was cited for posses-
sion of undersize gag
grouper.


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Whiting Field Golf Club
Whiting Field Golf
Association
Golf Association

Dogfights Net
April 17, 2008
A Flight: 1. Steve Giines
(67), 2. Harvey Kingsland
(68), and Pete Keeling (79).
B Flight: 1. (tie) Jay Authur
and Ron Milleer (67), 3. Joe
Holmes (68).

Dogfight Points
April 20, 2008
A Flight: 1. Clent Hollinger
(+13), 21. Del Stevens (+8),
3. Ken Hoodless (+7).
B Flight: 1. Butch Riley (+5),
2. )tie) Luis Beltran and John
Taylor (+4).

Stonebrook Golf Club
Stonebrook Ladies Golf
Association
54 Points
April 22, 2008
First Flight Gross: 1.
Charlotte Wheeler, 2.
Nancy Welch, 3. Sharon
Reiser.
First Flight Net: 1. Fran
Gentry, 2. Pat Bowers, 3. Jo
Apple.
Chip-ins: Sharon Reiser No.
1

Opps Saturday Youtth
League
Oops Alley
April 12, 2008
Boys Division 1 Scratch
Game: Ryan Vinson 236
Boys Division 1 Scratch
Series: Ryan Vinson 642
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Game: Tyler Griffis -182
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Series: Tyler Griffis 519
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Game: Jason Nail -146
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Series: Jason Nail 414
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Game: Wayne English -166
Boys Division 4 Scratch


Series: \Wayne English 406
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Game: Andrew Blackmon -
153
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Series: Andrew Blackmon -
377
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Game: Trey Tomey 98
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Series: Trey Tomey 288
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Game: Stephanie Heitman -
181
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Series: Stephanie Heitman -
477Girls Division 5 Scratch
Game: Aerial Viars 96
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Series: Aerial Viars 253
Overall League Standings: no
standing were reported for this
league.

Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
April 13, 2008
High Game Men: Phillip
Warr- 269
High Game Women: Sam
Howell 196
High Game Team: Damn
10 Pin -876
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick 651
High Series Women: Sam
Howell 522
High Series Team: Damn
10 Pin -2265
Overall League Standings:
1. Three and One 37-19, 2.
Fun Bunch 36-20, 3.
Incredible 34.5-21.5, 4.
Split Happens 34-22, 5.
Dave's Gang 33.5-22.5, 6.
it Doesn't Matter 33-23, 7.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S 33-23, 8.
Dang's Crews 32-24, 9.
Super Friends 30.5-25.5,
10. Three gents and Queen
29-27, 11. New Recruits.
29-27, 12. Pin Action 27-
29, 13. We Wuz Robbed
26-30, 14. Damn 10 Pin 25-
31, 15. Fantastic Four 24-
32, 16. Strike Force 24-32,
17. M and J's 21-35, 18.


Strike Force II 19-37, 19.
the Broken Balls 16.5-39.5,
20. The Wabbly Balls 16-
40.

Tuesday Night Inner,
Church League
Oops Alley
April 15, 2008
High Game Men: Brandon
Sasport 253
High Game Women: Vicki
Pinkston 168
High Game Team: Lucky
Strikes 734
High Series Men: Brandon
Sasport 644
High Series Women: Lia
Rigby 490
High Series Team: Lucky
Strikes- 2039 *
Overall League Standings:
1. The Strike Force 74-46,
2. Unpredictables 68-52, 3.
Lucky STrikes 66.5-53.5, 4.
The Extremists 66-55, 5.
Optimists 62.5-57.5, 6. Just
One Drop 60-60, 7. The
STrike Team 57.5-62.5, 8.
Mattinators 56-64, 9.
F.O.G. 47.5-72.5, 10.
Under the Influence 43-77.
Leagues Notes: Sign-ups
are currently underway for
a summer league that
starts May 20 at 7 p.m.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
April 16, 2008
High Scratch Game:
Bonita. Simmons 191
High Scratch Series:
Tinaann Sjuve 486
High Scratch Team: Three
Peas in a Pod 477
High Handicapped
Game: Ellen Hitchcock -
240 -
High Handicapped Series:
Tinaann Sjuve 654
High Handicapped Team:
Three Peas in a Pod 1345
Overall League Standings:
1. Back Alley Cats 73-51,
2. Three Peas in a Pod 70-
54, 3. Almost Shoulda


Been 58-66, 4. Three
Stooges 57-67, 5. Honey
Bears 56.5-67.5, 6.
Darlings of the Morning
55.5-68.5.
Leagues Notes: Sign-ups
are currently underway for
a summer league that
starts June 6 at 9:30 a.m.

Twilighters League
Avalon Bowling Center
April 17, 2008
High Game Men: Dave
Harwick n/s
High Game Women:
Tonya McAteer.- 208
High Game Team: Damn
10 Pin n/s
High Series Men: Tony
Pettry 770
High Series Women:
Tanya McAteer 548
High Series Team: We Try
Hard 2393
Overall League
Standings: 1. Two and
Two 38.5-17.5, 2. The Big
Quarters 36.5-19.5, 3.
Trouble Again 35.5-20:5,
4. Jane's Crew 35-21, 5.
We Try Hard 34.5-21.5, 6.
U-Bang-E 33.5-22.5, 7.
Strike Force 33-23, 8.
Sliders 31-25, 9. Family
Affair 30.5-25.5, 10. Split
Happens 30-26, 11. E-N-
V-Y 29-27, 12. Spit fire
28-28, 13. Cabbies 28-28,
14. Damn 10 Pinb 27-29,
15. M and J's 26-30, 16.
Yee Haw 25-31, 17.
Family Matters 24-32, 18.
We Wuz Robbed 24-32,
19. The Striking Four 24-
32, 21. The Dream Team
23-33, 22. The Last Tam
18.5-37.5, 23. Blue Jays
18-38, 24. Incredibles
16.5-39.5.

Gospel Project Standings
As of April 21, 2008


Pre-Tee Lez


East
Joeys


Pandas
Kits
Ponies
West
Pups
Tigers
Tads
Colts


2 40
0 60
0 60
WLT
5 0 1
5 1 0
4 1 1
3 30


Pro-Tee League
East W L
Noles 4 2
Jaguars 3 2
Canes 3 3
Wildcats 3 3
Trojans 1 5
West W L
Tides 5 1
War Eagles 5 1
Dawgs 4 1
Vols 1 5
Gators 0 6


Tee Ball
American
Bengals
Jets
Chiefs
Raiders
Titans
Nationals
Bears
Cowboys
Rams
Seahawks
World
Dolphins
,Ravens
Bucs
Broncos
Saints
Homeruns: J(
2.


League
W LT
6 00
5 1 0
3 30
1 50
1 60
W LT
4 20
4 20
3 40
1 41
WLT
4 1 1
4 10
3 20
1 5 0
1 50
osh (Bengals)


Minor League
W LT
Stingrays 4 1 0
Red Wings 3 0 1
Patriots 2 3 0
Lightning 1 3 1
Warriors 1 4 0

Little Major League


American W L T
ague Phillies 4 1 0
W L T Diamondbacks 3 2 0
4 2 0 Expos 3 2 0


Reds
National
Marlins
Mets
Padres
Angels
Homeruns:
(Phillies) 1.


0 40
WLT
4 1 0
'3 20
2 30
0 40
Jacob W.


Dizzy Dean Freshman
WLT
White Sox 6 0 0
Yankees 5 1 0
Blue Jays 4 2 0
Red Sox 2 4 0
Tigers 1 5 0
Pirates 0 6 0

Dizzy Dean Sophomore
WLT
Angels 5 1 0
Cubs 5 1 0
Diamondbacks 4 1 0
Red Sox 3 3 0
Braves 1 5 0
Astros 1 6 0
Homeruns: C. Jimenez
(Angels) 1, Brad (Braves) 1,
Ryan (D-backs) 1.


Girls Minor

Larks
Pelicans
Robins
Hawks
Jays
Kiwis


League
WLT
5 10
4 20
4 20
3 30
1 50
1 50


Dizzy Dean Junior
League
WLT
Liberty 5 0 0
Monarchs 3 2 0.
Storm 3 20
Freedom 2 3 0
Power 1 4 0
Sparks 1 4 0

Girls Major League
WLT
L. Arabians 5 00
L. Buckskins 4 1 0
L. Broncos 2 3 0
L. Mustangs 2 3 0
L. Palominos 2 3 0
L. Stallions 0 5 0


Baseball


Continued From Page One
third, but managed to string
together four runs in the
forth, which gave them the
lead for good.
Tate would score a run in
the fourth and fifth innings
before Pace added another
four runs in the top of the
seventh.
Ryan Sorce, a University
of West Florida signee,
improved to 7-1 on the year
as he scattered six hits and
one strike out.
Seth Fricks led Pace at
the plate going 3-for-3 while,
C.T. Bradford and Boone
Shear each finished the game
with two RBI's each.
On Tuesday night Pace
shutout Pine Forest 4-0.
The Patriots only needed
four hits as they took advan-
tage of two Eagle errors.
Charlie Warner's team
jumped out to an early 2-0
lead in the first inning, as
things would settle down
into a pitchers duel.
Bradford would give up
four hits and strike out seven
in five and two-thirds
innings of work for the win.
Craig Brown came in to
record the save.
At the plate Ryan
Parazine went 1-for-3 with
two RBI's.
Pace's other hits came
from Sorce, Shear, and
Daniel Quinn.
For Milton their season
ended at 13-13 with a 7-5


loss to Navarre in the District
1-4A semi-finals.
The Panthers and first
year coach Craig Bragg put a
scare into the. Raiders, who
jumped out to a 5-0 lead.
In the top of the fourth
inning Milton scored four
runs and looked to be back
into the contest, but Navarre
kept scoring with an addi-
tional run in the fourth and
fifth innings.
Brandon Allen took the
loss giving up 10 hits and six
earned runs in four innings
of work.
Several Milton players
got hits, but the big shot
came from Mikey McMillion
who hit a three run shot in
the Panthers big fourth
inning.
On Monday Milton dis-
posed of Washington 9-2.
Milton jumped out to an
early 6-2 lead after two
innings and' never looked
back as Washington finished
the game with five errors on
the night.
McMillion found his
stroke on Monday going 3-
for-4 with two RBI's.
Ryan Ware got the win
working four and one-third
innings while scattering one
hit and'striking out seven.
For Central the season
ended early as they fell to
Laurel Hill 5-0 in their open-
ing round of district play.
No information was
made available for this game.


FISH BUSTERS

]BULLErTIN

By Bob Wattendorf, with
special thanks to Darrell
Scovell and Dennis Renfro
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
MyFWC.com



Florida's Freshwater Fisheries Vision

The future looks bright for freshwater fisheries in
Florida, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC).
Darrell Scovell, director of FWC's Division of
Freshwater Fisheries Management, presented an
optimistic vision for Florida's freshwater fisheries to
Commissioners at the FWC's April 2008 meeting.
"This report is the result of an ongoing effort to
reach out to Florida's citizenry to obtain their input
on problems and solutions and to give them a voice
in managing their fishery resources," Scovell said.
The effort began with an online survey completed in
March 2005 to which 1,500 people, mostly anglers,
responded. It was followed up with a series of six
zone summits scattered around the state where fish-
eriesbiologists spoke directly with concerned resi-
dents about local and statewide issues.
The effort then culminated in a roundtable meet-
ing with proactive individuals representing various
groups, such as outdoor writers, university profes-
sors, fishing tackle manufacturers and retailers,
fishing tournament sponsors, professional fishing
guides and others who hold a stake in the future of
Florida's freshwater fisheries.
Scovell pointed out the remarkable consistency
between the biologists' findings, the surveys, zone
summits and roundtable group on the major prob-
lems confronting freshwater fisheries.
Five top issues emerged, which resulted in develop
strategies to address those issues.

1. Habitat issues -- aquatic plants, water quality
and water quantity.
Enhance interagency coordination, especially
with the Department of Environmental Protection
(the lead agency on most of these issues) and the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Mobilize local stakeholders and anglers to iden-
tify issues and participate in proactive activities.
Continue to work with FWC's Aquatic Resource
Enhancement Section.
2. Human dimensions -- conservation stewardship,
education, outreach, recruit/retain anglers and volun-
teers.


Educate youth and adults using best man-
agement practices to emphasize their steward-
ship role.
Reach out to the public with e-mails, popu-
lar articles and at major events.
Seek grants and partner opportunities and
engage the roundtable group in these efforts.
Proactively seek and coordinate volunteers.
3. Fishing access -- developing ramps and
shoreline access for powerboats, paddlers, wad-
ers, and shore or pier fishing.
Identify priority areas.
Coordinate with FWC's Law Enforcement
Boating Access Section.
Develop and implement a long-term mainte-
nance plan.
4. Regulation management -- developing scien-
tifically-supported regulations, evaluating them,
enforcing them and ensuring appropriate penalties.
Work through the public input process.
Community focus with up-to-date data.
5. Nonnative species -- fish, aquatic plants and
wildlife introduced from other parts of the world
that represent biological pollutants.
Assist the Aquatic Species Coordination group
with screening for nonnative fishes found in the
wild or used for aquaculture or sportfishing.
Participate in research and management
discussions to focus prevention and control efforts
via risk analyses.
Assist with rapid response to new discoveries.
Increase public awareness.
Florida remains the "Fishing Capital of the
World." The FWC's vision is to keep it that way
by steadily working with its constituents and other
management agencies to ensure quality, safe and
sustainable fishing opportunities. Florida's rec-
reational fisheries provided more days of fishing
enjoyment in 2006 than any other state in the coun-
try (46.3 million versus No. 2 Texas with 41.1 mil-
lion days).
So if you are ready to contribute, feel free to
contact the FWC and give some input. One way
is to complete a survey (see MyFWC.com/Fishing
and scroll down in the right column to "Take the
Survey"). Another way to help conservation efforts
and save you money is to purchase a five-year fresh-
water fishing license. There is a special offer going
on right now where you get free stuff in the mail
when you buy one (see MyFWC.com/Fishing/5yr-
2008.html).
Additional information can be found at MyFWC.
com/Fishing/Roundtable. Instant licenses are avail-
able at MyFWC.com/License or by calling 1-888-
FISH-FLORIDA (347-4356).


Visit MyFWVC.con lFishing/ Updates for mnon' Fish Busters' omluns.


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Miss MHS Pageant Candidates


Vying for Miss Milton '08


Jessica Brooks
Beta Club


Crystal Crenshaw
Chorus


Christine Mayeauz
Cross Country


Julianne Courtney
Drama Club


Ashley Brown
FBLA


Meredith Pastucha .Morgan Reid
FCA FCS


Charla Hough Katy Baldwin
French Honor Society Freshman Cheerleaders


Stacy Bramel
Freshman Class


Heather Lowery
Tennis


Kassondra Avalos
FHA


Donnita Howard
Girls Basketball


Rakeicia Gooden Brooke Hobbs
Girls Weightlifting J.V. Cheerleaders


Kiera Stover
Jaybeettes/Big Brothers


Megan Mathews
Junior Class


Ashton Black Caitlin Davis
Band Milton Television


Rosario Flores Casey Beaty
Mu Apha Theta NJROTC


Chelsea Smitley Breanna Oubre
N'tl Art Honor Society National Honor Society


Ashleigh Jernigan
Panther Football


Shannon Hall
Panther Print News


Jordan Hall Jessalea Miller
Panther's Paw Physics Club


Athena Bressack Caleigh Drinkard
Senior Class Softball


Nikki Shafer
Sophomore Class


Jasmine Davis
Spanish Club


Brooke Matheme Skylar Blackburn
Student Council SWAT


Raushandra Barnes
Track


I mI
Briteny McKeithen
Varsity Cheerleaders


The 20th Annual MHS Scholarship Pageant will be held on Saturday, May 3rd at 6:00 p.m. in the MHS Auditorium.
Thirty-six girls from various school clubs, classes, and organizations will compete in the categories of casual wear
and formal wear for the ultimate prize of a $500 scholarship which has been donated by B. B. Boles III and Mr. &
Mrs. Bill Baker. Tickets for the event may be bought at the door for $5 for adults and $4 for students.











Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


April 26, 2008


IING AMIN UINKNOWE'VVIN
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND-
ANTS), IF REMARRIED AND IF
DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE
UNKNOWN HEIRS DEVISEES
GRANTEES ASSIGNEES'
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BY
THROUGH UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DE-
FENDANT(S); '
Whose residence are/is un-
known.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
file your answer or written de-
fenses, if any, in the above pro-
ceeding with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attor-
ney, whose name and address
appears hereon, within thirty
days of the first publication of
this Notice, the nature of this
proceeding being a suit for fore-
closure of mortgage against the
following described property, to
wit:
LOTS 1 AND 2, CRESTLINE
SUBDIVISION A SUBDIVI-
SION OF A PORTION OF
SECTION 16 TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH RANGE 28 WEST
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK B, PAGE
35, OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
A/K/A
6456 SINCLAIR STREET
MILTON, FL 32570
If you faij to file your answer or
written defenses in the above
proceeding on plaintiff's attor-
ney, a deTaull will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint or Pe-
tition.
DATED at SANTA ROSA
County this 31 day of March,
2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
MARY M. JOHNSON
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Ameri-
can with Disabilities Act of
1990, persons needing a spe-
cial accommodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding should
contact the ASA Coordinator no
later than seven (7) days prior
to the proceedings. If hearing
impaired, pease call 800)
955-9771 (TDD) or 800
955-8770 (voice) via F Lorid
Relay Service.


Big Eyes.
Wet Noses.
Warm Hearts.
B o


KAREN M. SULLIVAN, FIRST SE-
LECT CORPORATION AND
GREAT LAKES COLLECTION
BUREAU, INC.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Karen M. Sullivan
Address Unknown
First Select Corporation
Address Unknown
Great Lakes Collection Bureau,
Inc.
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a
Complaint has been filed
against you and the complaint
seeks to foreclose the mortgage
on the following described real
property located in Santa Rosa
County, Florida, to-wit:
See Exhibit "A" Attached
Hereto
Commence at the Northwest
corner of the Southwest Quarter
of the Northwest Quarter of
Section 15, Township 1 North,
Range 28 West, Santa Rosa
CountyI Florida, thence go
North f9 degrees 55'19" East
along the S orth line of the
aforesaid Southwest Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter a dis-
tance of 1081.43 feet- thence
No South 01 degrees 20' 55"
west a istace of 180.00 feet
to the Point of Beginning, thence
continue South 01 degrees 20'
55" West a distance of 77.00
feet, thence go North 89 de-
grees 55' 19" East a distance
of 188.57 feet to the West right
of way line of a county road:
thence ,o North 01 degrees
20' 55 East along the afore-
said West right of way line a
distance of 77.00 feet, thence
go South 89 degrees 55'19"
West a distance f 188.57 feet
to the Point of Beginning. The
above described parcel of land
is situated in Section 15 Town-
ship 1 North Range 28 West,
Santa Rosa County, Florida.
and you are required to serve o
copy of your written defenses if
any, to the Complaint on Ike
plaintiffs' attorney Angela J.
ones, whose address is 6460
Justice Avenue, Milton Florida
32570, on or before May 16,
2008, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on the plaintiffs' at-
torney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the
Complaint,
This the 3 day of April, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY


ACCORDIN- TO THE PLAT SAID WEST HALF- FOR A DIS- property situated in Santa Kosa THE F RST JUDICIAL CIR-
THEREOF RECORDED IN TANCE OF 3077.95 FEET, County, Florida: CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA
PLAT BOOK B AT PAGE, THENCE SOUTH 73 DEGREES ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
11 OF THE PUBLIC REC- 09 MINUTES 54 SECONDS Real Property CIVIL ACTION
ORD$ OF SAID COUNTY. WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF CASE NO.:
A/K/A 3835.50 FEET- THENCE Lot 4 & 5, Block 8, First Addi- 57-2008-CA-225
SOUTH 70 DEGREES 04 MIN- tion to Evergreen Shores, being DIVISION: B
6468 Cypress St. UTES 18 SECONDS WEST a Subdivision of Lots 1, 3 and
Milton, t 32570 FOR A DISTANCE OF 1003.64 4, Section 24, T2S, R28W, US BANK NA F/K/A
.FEET- THENCE SOUTH 56 DE- Santa Rosa County Fl. said plot WACHOVIA BANK NA AS
at public sale, to the highest GREES 28 MINUTES 08 SEC- being recorded in Plat Book "B" INDENTURE TRUSTEE MLMI
and best bidder, for cash Tront ONDS WEST FOR A DIS- a paoge 21 of the public rec- 2005-A9.
steps of the Santa Rosa County TANCE OF 432 71 FEET; ords f Santa Rosa County, F Plaintiff,
Courthouse, Milton, Florida at THENCE SOUTH 72 DEGREES Subject to those restrictions re-
al 11:00 o clock, A.M, on June 41 MINUTES 57 SECONDS corded in Plot Book B popae 80 vs
4, 2008. WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF of Santa Rosa County, FE Less
DATED THIS 8 DAY OF APRIL, 1152.88 FEET, THENCE all oil, gas and mineral rights. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
2008. SOUTH 13 DEGREES 17 MIN- DEVISEES, GRANTEES AS:
UTES 13 SECONDS EAST FOR Personal Proerty SIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
Any person claiming an interest A DISTANCE OF 104.95 FEET TORS TRUSTEES, OR
in she surplus from the sale, if TO THE SOUTH LINE OF SEC- All improvements erected on the OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
any, other than the property TION 13 TOWNSHIP 2 property, and all easements, ap- ING BY THROUGH, UN-
owner as aof the dole of the lis NORTH RANGE 30 WEST, purtenances, and fixtures a DER ROBERT W LANMAN
peidens mus file a claim SANTA 'ROSA COUNTY FLOR- party of Ihe property, including A/Ki/A ROBERT WATERS
within 60 days after the sale. IDA THENCE NORTH 69 DE all replacements and additions. LAN N, JR., DECEASED,
Witness, my hand and eal of GREES 29 MINUTES 34 SEC- tt etSi al et. .
thiscourt on the 8 day o April, ONDS WEST ALONG SAID pursuant to Ihe Summary FinalDefendans)
2008. SOUTH LINE FOR A DISTANCE Judgment in Foreclosure entered '
OF 128.71 FEET TO THE in a case pending in said Court, NOTICE OF ACTION
MARY M. JOHNSON POINT OF BEGINNING, the style of whicK is: nI
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT THENCE CONTINUE NORTH THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 89 DEGREES 29 MINUTES 34 PLAYFORD L. RAMSEY and DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
By Brandy Norris SECONDS WEST ALONG NELSA L. RAMSEY SIGNEES, UENORS, CREDI-
Deputy Clerk SAID SOUTH LINE FOR A DIS- Plaintiffs, TORS, TRUSTEES, OR
TANCE OF 122.69 FEET; v. OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
Low Offices of Daniel C. Con- THENCE NORTH 1.4 DEGREES ING BY THROUGH, UN-
sueara 11 MINUTES 24 SECONDS CAROL D. NICHOLS, DER ROBERT W. LANMAN
9204 King Palm Drive WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF Defendant. A/K/A ROBERT WATERS
Tampa, FL 33619-1328 368.35 FEET TO THE SOUTH- MN, JR., DECEASED
Attorneys for Plaintiff ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF and the docket number of which LAN N, JR., DECEASED
WALLACE LAKE ROAD (60' is 2006-539-CA-Division C, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
In accordance with the R/W SAID POINT BEING ONKNOWN
Americans with Disabili- A CIRCULAR CURVE CON- Any person claiming an interim
ties Act of 1999, persons CAVE TO THE NORTHWEST inp b surpus r e so eJr CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
needing a special accom- HAVING A RADIUS OF ny, otihEth ante roperl KNOWN
rodation to participate jn 6789 87 FEET AND DELTA AN- owner oas o f the dte o the lis
this proceeding should GLE OF 01 DEGREES 03 MIN- pendens must tile a clairmw ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
contact the ASA.oordina- UTES 17 SECONDS; THENCE I he clerk at the court withIn 60 PARTIES CLAIMING BY
tor no later than seven (7) NORTHEASTERLY ALONG dayys aer the sale. THROUGH, UNDER AND
dayg prior to the pro- SAID SOUTHERLY AGAINST THE HEREIN
ceedlings. If hearing im- RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND In accordance with the AMERI- NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
paired lease calloo(800) CURVE FOR AN ARC DIS- CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, FENDANT(S) WHO ARE
955-9771 (TD) or (800) TANCE OF 125.00 FEET persons needing a special ac- NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
95-8770 (voice), via Flor- (CHORD DISTANCE OF commodation tooricipate in OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
ida Relay Service. 125.00 FEET AND CHORD this proceeding should contact UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
BEARING OF NORTH 75 DE- the undersigned nof later than CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
041908 GREES 16 MINUTES 57 SEC seven days prior to the pro- SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES
042608 ONDS EAST; ceeding to ensure that resona- GRANTEES, OR OTHER
4Z392 THENCE SOUTH 13 DEGREES ble accommodations are availa- CLAIMANT
17 MINUTES 13 SECONDS ble.
-- ---EAST A DISTANCE OF 40068Winess my hand and Ihe offi- LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
Legal 4/402 FEET TO THEL POINT OF BE- cial seal of this Honorable Court KNOWN
a GINNING, this 9 day of April, 2008,
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1stf m AO CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR- ALL LYING AND BEING IN MARY M JOHNSON KNOWN
IDA IN AND FOR SANTA SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 2 Clerk of the Circuit Court
ROSA COUNTY NORTH, RANGE 30 WEST, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL YOU ARE NOTIFIED lhat an ac-
Case #: 07-1394-CA SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-" By: Angela K. Dunn ton to oreclose a mortgage on
nDi,::ona, IDA. Deputy Clerk tI e following orooertv in


UNC:
Regions Bank d/b/a Regions
Mortgage Successor by Merger
to Union Planters Bank, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Ronald C, Robinson, Jr, and
Meissa L. Robinson, Husband
and Wife;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to go Order of Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated
March 19 2008 entered in
Civil Case No. 0 /1394-CA of
the Circuit Court of the 1st Judi-
cial Circuit in and for Santa
Rosa County, Florida, wherein
Regions Bank d/b/a Regions
Mortgage Successor by Merger
o Union Planters Bank, NA
Plaintiff and Ronald C. Robin.
S son, Jr, and Melissa ,,
Robinson, Husband and Wie


ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS 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
AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITHE
A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN
THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NOCOST TO
YOU TO THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE.
PLEASE CONTACT SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, 6495 CAROLINE
STREET, MILTON FL 32570
WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS
OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE
HEARING IMPAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE
VOICE IMPAIRED CALL:
1-800-955-8770


STEPHEN E. SUTHERLAND
Florida Bar No.: 158685
Slephen E. Sutherland, PA.
201 East Government Street
Pensacola Florida 32502
l850 43M-5400
Attorney for the Plaintiffs
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-DEP-73
IN THE INTEREST OF:
M.L.S. DOB: 10/11/1990
MINOR CHILD
TO: Charles Sullivan, natu-
ral father


SANTA ROSA Coun y, Florida:
LOT 27 BLOCK A, NOR-
THRIDGE, ACCORDING TO
PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C,
PAGE 64, PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against you and
you arn required to serve a
copy our written defenses
within 30 days after the first
ulication, if any, on Forida
efauln Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corporate Lake
Drive Suite 300 Tampa, Flor-
ida 33634 and (ile thIe original
with this Lourt either before
service oin Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; of er-
wise a deraulh wll be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint or pe-
This notice shall be published
once each week for two consec-
utive weeks in the efsLs..:


ii~fdn i mw
LEGALSTE'vB


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CIVIL DIVISION ale dofenlont(s), I wilsll sllto tie
Law Offices of Daniel C. Con- CASE NO. 2008 CA 401 bge a est bidder foi DATI nl MILTON Floia, this Parent of: M.L.S., a minor
Ssueg cash, Al IHE NORIH IFRON1 20 day of March, 2008. child
9204 Kihg Palm Drive AMERICAN HOME MORT- DOOR 0OF TIE SANTA ROSA DOB: 10/11/1990
lam Fc33619-1328 GAG SERVICING, INC, COUNTY COURI-IOUSE O) MARY M. JOHNSON
S( 915-8660 Plain" CAl1ED Al 6865 CAROLINE CLERK 01 O THE CIRCUIT OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
SFax 8 915-059 SIREET, MIION, FLORIDA AT COLURIT hIat Petition under oath has
ANNOUNCEMNTS Attorne o Plaintiff vs. 1:00 A.M. CENTRA STAND CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ben filed in Ihe above styled
ny ARD TIME on It May 2008 Santa Rosa County, Florida Court or i the ermination of pa.
1100 Legnl Adverlltshi 041908 KA1 ERINE 1-1. JOLLY A/K/A tho following desi r ibd p rop Brandy Norris real i ghts of M.I.S., a female
1110 Classified Notices 012608 KAIH-ERINE JIOLLY; IHE UN- rt as sel odrh in said Final chid, b irn in Sana Rosa
1110 Glild Notices KNOWN SPOUSE OF KAITHER Judgimnl, towit: AITORNEY FOR ILAINIIFF: County, Fo ida, by Ihe Depart
1120 Public Notices/ INE H JOLLY A/K/A KATHER- SIIAPIRO & FISHMAN, ILP ment of Children and Family
Announcements INE IOLLY JAMES D. JOLLY LOT 3 10004 N. Dale Mabry High- Services for subsequent adopt
1130 Adoptions Legal 4/363 THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF COMMENCE AT THIE NORTH- way ion, and you are hereby com-
1 Happy As JAMES D. JOLLY IF LIVING IN- WEST CORNER OF SECTION Suie 112 manned to be and appear be-
1140 Happy ds IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN 5 TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, Tampa FL 33618 fore the Honorable Marci L.
1150 -Personals THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANT RANGE 28 WEST, SANTA 07.86375T Goodman, Judae of the Circuit
1160 Lost CUlT OF THE STATE OF (SI IF REMARRIED AND IF DE- ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA; Court in and Tor Santa Rosa
1170 Found FLORIDA IN AND FOR CEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UN- THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DE' 041608 County, Florida, at the Santa
SANTA RbSA COUNTY KNOWN HEIRS DEVISEES, GREES 38 MINUTES 01 SEC 042608 Rosa Count Courthouse, 6865
CIVIL DIVISION GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES ONDS EAST ALONG THE 4/403 Caroline Street, Milton, Fl
CASE NO. 2008 CA 403 CREDITORS LIENORS, AN NORTH LINE OF SAID SEC. 32570, on the 12th day o
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER TION 5 A DISTANCE OF Lega 4/404 June, 2008 at 2:00 pm. ou
AVELO MORTGAGE LL.C., PERSONS CLAIMING BY 1015.12 FEET TO AN INTER- must either appear on the date
Plaintiff THROUGH UNDER OR SECTION WITH THE MONU- INTHE CIRCUT COURT OF and at the time specified or
vs. AGAINST THE NAMED DE- MENTED EASTERLY RIGHT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- send a written response to the
Legal 4/352 FENDANT(S) UNKNOWN WAY LINE OF SEWELL ROAD CUITIN AND FOR SANTA Court prior to that ime.
JENNIFER L. JACKSON- UN- TENANT #1; UNKNOWN 150 FOOT RIGHT OF WAYI: ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN KNOWN SPOUSE OF JENNI- TENANT #2 THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DE- CIVIL ACTION YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR
AND FOR SANTA ROSA FER L JACKSON; CHRISTO- Defendantss. GREES 02 MINUTES 09 SEC- CASE NO. 07-725 CA RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED
COUNTY, FLORIDA PHER A FLAA IF LIVING IN- ONDS WEST ALONG SAID DIVISION B AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA-
CIVIL DIVSION CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN NOTICE OF ACTION EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
Case No.: 07001372-CA SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND- LINE A DISTANCE OF DEUTSCHE BANK NA- AND YOU SHALL PERMA-
ANTMS], IF REMARRIED, ANDIF TO: KATHERINE H. JOLLY 1676.44 FEET TO AN INTER- TIONALTRUSTCOMPANY, NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL
MOJO GROUP INC. D/B/A DECEASED THE RESPECTIVE A/K/A KATHERINE JOLLY THE SECTION WITH THE SOUTH- Plaintiff, RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE
FL GROUP 21, UNKNOWi HEIRS DEVISEES, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
Plintiff, GRANTEES ASIGNEE KATHERINE H. JOLLY A/K/A GILLUM ROAD 50 FOOT vs. TION FOR TERMINATION OF
vs. CREDITORS LIENORS, AN KATHERINE JOLLY JAMES D RIGHT OF WAY THENCE PPARENTAL RIGHTS.
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER JOLLY- THE UNKNOWN RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 36 JAMES B. JACOBS, et al,
Jasem Ibrahem J M Al Najim PERSONS CLAIMING BY SPOUSE OF JAMES D. JOLLY MINUTES 48 SECONDS EAST Defendantss. WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
and any unknown heirs of THROUGH, UNDER O IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY of said Court and the Seal
Jasem Ibrahem J M AI Naim, AGAINST THE NAMED DE- UNKNOWNSPOUSE OF SAID RIGHT OF WAY UINE. A DIS- NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED thereo this 8 day of April,
FENDANT(SI; MORTGAGE DEFENDANT(S). IF REMAR- TANCE OF 111.61 FEET TO FORECLOSUREUSALE 2008.
Defendant ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION RIED AND IF DECEASED THE THE POINT OF BEGINNING'
SYSTEMS INC. AS NOMINEE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN THENCE CONTINUE NORTI- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur CLERK OF COURT
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR FREEDOM MORTGAGE HEIRS DEVISEES; GRANTEES, 89 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 48 suant to an Order Rescheduling SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
CORPORATION; WHETHER ASSIGNEES CREDITORS, SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID Foreclosure Sole dated April IDA
TO: Jasem Ibrahem J M A DISSOLVED OR PRESENTLY LIENORS AND TRUSTEES SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY 11 2008and entered in Case CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
jiim, Defendant, and to EXISTING TOGETHER WITH AND ALL OTHER PERSONS LINE A DISTANCE OF 70.00 N. 07-725 CA o tle Circuit By: Kim Touchton
a artes gaming inter- ANY GRANTEES ASSIGNEES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, FEET THENCE DEPART SAID Court of the FIRSI1 udicial Cir Deputy Clerk
est by, thrughl, under or CREDITORS LIENORS OR UNDER OR AGAINST THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY cuit in and for SANTA ROSA
againstDefenaant, andall TRUSTEES 6F SAID DEFEND- NAMED DEFENDANT(S); LINE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 01 County Florida waheieir DEUT, 04,J1908
S havin or claiming ANT AND ALL OTHER PER- MINUTES 07 SECONDS WEST SCHE BANK NATIONAL RUST 042609
ave ay r t, t ONS CLAIMING BY Whose residence are/is un- A DISTANCE OF 288.24 FEET; COMPANY is e Plin ad 50308
interest n he propery THROUGH, UNDER, OR known. THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DE. JAMES B. JACOBS KAREN A, 051008
herein descbed. AGAINST DEFENDANTSS; UN- GREES 44 MINUTES 47 SEC- JACOBS; TENANT #I; TEN- 4 /A4
KNOWN TENANT #1; UN- YOU ARE HEREBY required to ONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF ANT 2, TENANT #3
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that you KNOWN TENANT #2; file your answer or written de- 70,00 FEET; THENCE RUN TENANT 4 are the Defend al 4/407
have been designated as de- Defendant(s). fenses if an in the above pro- NORTH 00 DEGREES 01 MIN- ants, I will sell to the highest Legl
fendant in a legal poceeding ceedg wth e Clerk of this UTES 07 SECONDSS T A ad est bidder EAr aoh at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
filed againstyou for Quiet Tile NOTICE OF ACTION Court, and to serve a copy DISTANCE OF 288.07 FEET STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
The action involves real prop- thereof upon the plaintiff's ataor- TO THE POINT OF BEGINN- COUNTY COURTHOUSE ot CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
erty in Santa Rosa County, Flor- TO: JENNIFER L. JACKSON ney, whose name and address ING.OOA, on the 15 day ofFOR SANTA ROSA
ida, more fully described as fl- UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JEN- ears heron, ithin thr N Ma 2008 the following de COUNTY
lows: NIFER L JACKSON; CHRISTOL days of thirst publication of ANY PERSON CLAIMING scribed property as set forth in CASE NO. 07-716-CA
PHER A FLAA IF LIVING IN. this Notice, the nature of this AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- said Final Judgment:
Lot 14 Block 110. First Cor- CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN proceeding being a suit for fore- PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF A.E... DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
erected and Amended Plt of SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND closure of mortage against the ANY OTHER THAN THE COMMENCE Au THE TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
Halley By The Sea, according to ANTISI IF REMARRIED AND IF following described property, to PROERTY OWNER AS OF SOUTHWEST CORNER OF FOR HSI ASSET SECURI-
the mp or t s re- DECEASEDTHE RESPECTIVEATE OF THE IS THE SOUTHEASTQUARTER STATION CORPORAION
cordedn Plt Book C, Pe UKN HEIRS DEVISEES, PENDENS MUST FILE A OF THE SOUTHWEST 2006-OPT3 MORTGAGE
166, Public Records of Santo GRANTEES ASSIGNEES, LOTS 19 AND 20 BLOCK CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS QUARTER OF SECTION 15, PASSTHROUGH CERTFI-
Rosa County Florida. CREDITORS, LIENORS, AN A THE BERNAT PLACE AFTER THE SALE. TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH' A S
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER SU BDIVISIONAT ACCORD- RANGE 28 WE.ST THEN CATES SERIES 2006-OPT3,
The action was instituted in the PERSONS CLAIMING BY ING TO HE PLAT IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH RUN EAST A DIANCEOF aintiff, et l.
First Judicial Circuit Court, THROUGH UNDER OR THEREOF, AS RECORDED A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS 97689FEETTOTHEPOI CHERISE L ANDERSON, eal
Santa Rosa Count,; Florida, AGAINST THE NAMED DE- IN PLAT BOOK F, PAGE 10 ANY ACCOMMODATION IN OF BEGINNING, THENCE DefendDns
and is styled MOJO GROUP, FENDANT(S); OF THE PUBUC RECORDS ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN RUN NORTH 1 DEGREE 35 Defenants.
INC D/BA F GROUP21 v s s s OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY, THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE MINUTES 26 SECONDS FORECLOSURE
JASEM HEM J AL Whose residence are/is un-FLORIDA. ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO EAST A DISTANCE OF
NAJIM and any unknown heirs knoun. YOU TO THE PROVISION OF 136.68 FEll; THENCELI RUNl
of Jasem lbrahemJ MAI Najim. A/K/A CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. SOUTH 89 DEGREES 10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ur-
YOU ARE HEREBY required to PLEASE CONTACT SANTA MINUTES 54 SECONDS t to a Final JuVENp of
You are required to serve a file your answer or written de- 3180 BERNATH DRIVE ROSA COUNTY COURT EAST A DISTANCE OF anteclooure dated mes a
copy of yourwtten defenses, f enses, i a in the above MILTON, FL 32583 HOUSE, 6495 CAROLINE 5900FEETTHENCE RUN 2008 and entered in Cse
any, to the action on R. Lane feeding with the Clerk of his STREET, MILTONA FL 32570 OUTH 1 DEGREE 35 No 07716CA of the Circuit
Lyvnchard, Plaintiff's attorney, Court, and to serve a copy If you fail to file your answer or WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS MINUTES 26 SECONDS Courtofthe FirstJudicial Circuit
whose address is 1901 An- thereof upon the plaintiffs attor- written defenses in bhe above OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS WEST A DISTANCE OF n n r Santa Rosa County
dorra Street, Florida 32566, ney, whose name and address proceeding, on plaintiffs attr- NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE 134.41 FEETSHENCE RUN Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE
on or before April 29, 2008, appears hereon, within thirty ey, a default will be entered HEARING IMPAIRED CALL: WEST A BANK NATIONAL TRUST
and file the onri inal with the days of the first publication of against oufor the relief de- 1-800-955-8771 IF YOU ARE 159.05 FEET TO THE POINT COMPANY AS TRUSTEE FOR
clerk of this courl either before this Notice, the nature of this against you or n relief e COMPANY AS TRUSTEE FOR
clerk of Lohis court either c before this Noticehe nature of his nded in he Complaint or Pe- VOICE IMPAIRED CALL: OF BEGINNING. SAID HSI ASSET SECURITIZATION
service on R. Lane Lynchrd or proceeding being a suit for ore- titin. 1-800-955-8770 PROPERTY NGTND B CORPORATION 2006-OPT3
immediately after service; other- closure of mortgage against the ING ALL IN SECTI MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
wise a default will be entered following described property, to DATED at SANTA ROSA DATED at MILTON, Florida, this TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH CERTIFICATES SERIES
against you for the relief de- wit: County this 3 day of April, 20 day of March, 2008 RANGE 28 WEST SAN 006-OP CERTIFICATES, SERIES
handed in the complaint or pe- 2008. RhOSA COUNTY ORIDA. 06-OPT3 isa Plaintiff and
titon. LOT 48, BLOCK A, UNIT 1 MARY M JOHNSON TOGETHER WITH THE CHERISEL ANDERSON, IF LIV.
tDEER IT ACCORIN MARY M. JOHNSON CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT RIGHTS OF INGRESS AND KNOWN SPOUSE EIS DUE
The Court has authority in this TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS Clerk of the Circuit Court CIRCUIT COURT SEAL EGRESS TO AND FROM VISEES GRANTEES ASSIGN
suit to enter a udmet or de- RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Santa Rosa County Florida CAPTION PROPERTY DE EES ENORS CREDITORS
oee in the Plaintiff's interest C PAGE 11 ,OFTHE PUB- By BrandyNorris Brandy Norris SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
which will be binding upon LIC RECORDS OF SANTA Deputy Cerk, COMMENCE AT NORTH- PARTIESCLAIMING ANINTER.
you. ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: WEST CORNER OF NORTH- EST BY THROUGH UNDER
DATED: M h 27 2008 AI/A n accordance with the SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP EAST QUA RTER OF R AGAINST CHER/SE L AN
DATED:March 27, 2008 A/K/Americans with Dsabil- 10004 N. Dle Mabry High- NORTHWEST QUARTER DERSON UNKNOWN
1 ties ct of 1990, persons way, Suite 112 SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP SPOUSE OF CHERISE L ANDER
Mar M. Johnson 341 DEER POINT DRVE n a specialacc Tamp, FL33618 THI R E SON STEPHEN L ANDERSON;
of the First JudicialCircuit GULF BREEZE, FL 32561 m aton tDarticipSte n 07.86387T T E ST C UNKNOWN TENANTae he
Court t is p ceeina shod SOUTHWEST CORNER Defendants I will sell to the
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL If you fail to file your answer or conta te ASA oordina-041608 OF CLAUD AND KATHLEEN highest and best bidder for cash
Santa Rosa County, Florida written defenses in the above tor no later than seven (7) 042608 DOTSON LO THl E at Santa Rosa County Court-
ByJ. Watkins proceedin on plaintiffs attor- days prior to the pro- 4/402 CONTINUE cT ET house 801 Caroline St.. Milton,
Deputy Clerk ney a deoult will be entered ceredns. -If hea -m- rr -- TO MAKE A STARTING OUrl onI
against you for the relief de- pared please ca 800 POINT; THENCE CONTINUE 008 the follow00 AM don May esbed
040508 minded n the Complaint or Pe- 55-9 7T TDD or 800 EAST 40 FEET; THENCE 208, h i d
041208( titan 9-877 -' )SOUTH 15 FEET MORE OR property as set forth in said F
041908 5 vtitin ceda5' via or- Legal 4/403 LESS TO NORTHRIGHTOF Judgmen to wi:
042608 DATED at SANTA ROSA elay service. WAY OF COUNTY ROAD BLOCK A RVISED
4/352 County this 3 day of April, Offices of Daniel C Con IN THE CIRCUITOFTHE 1st THENCE WEST LON LT BF ILA VI
2008sue ra JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR- NORTH RIGHT OF WAY OF I TO THE PT RE


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF RCUICUITCOOURT SEAL Fax81 .( 591- HINGPO # B TE'-NHENT S TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- BY Branna! orris Ar EPfaintinOIDAISAC ESS ITO
CUlT OF THE STATE OF DeputysCerk UNC: GIVE ACCESS TOCOUNTY ID
FLORIDA IN AND FOR 041908 r ...n, ROAD. Any person climin an interest
SANTA RbSA COUNTY In accord nce nwith the PHH Mortgage Corporation, Ain e suon claiming hn ntee s
CIVIL DIVISION American with Disabilities4 Plaintiff, A/K/A 6782 QUAIL VIE n th splu ron the s le, if
CIVIL DIVIS AY F32565 an otiier than the pro erty
CASE NO. 2008 CA 404 Act of 1990,persons LAN, JAYL 32565owneras of the dae of he lis
needing a specialaaccom- us .-ats tte
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE Etradontito rticipte' Legal 4/392 CAny person larmin an 60p endas atertie sale a wil
LeLC. F/K/ACENTEXH ths e ia una E. Belford and Jacqye- interest in tie surplus
EQU COMPANYC.THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- D : s of acn C. Con- an N T NM RTARY M. JOHNSON
Plaintiff, tr no later thaniseven (7)CU OF THE STATE OF Defendants Cor of Atn Cerk of the Court
.........eI in s.a rIof ,he prom LORIDA, IN AND FOR i" pai n u CIC doR EA
s TE Rlea-se ca"Inin SCIVIL IS ONNOTICEaim within sixty (60 Dy C B ledy a
JEFFREY REAGAN A/K/A JEF (rDD) ao days after the saoYe (0 As Deputy Cerk
FREY J REAGAN UN 955-8770 via Flor- CASE NO. 2008 CA 168 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN par-
KNOWN SPOUSE. :UNi UdaRelayServce. i -suont to an Order of Final Jud- WITNESS MY HAND and the D the II day of ApriE,
KNOWN SPOUE DT FREi REMONT INVESTMENT & went of Forecl h sren ate seal of this Court on April 14 hS O
REAGAN A/K/A JEFFREYJ. ni C ConLOAN COMPANY, March 19, 2008, entered in 2008
REAGAN, IAUDREYO D. ro Plaintiff, Civil Case No. 07-001435-CA IMPORTANT
SPOUSEN P AIIDREYDN u4 g Pm re ts. of the Circuit Court he 1st MarM Johnson nccrd nce with the Anreri
TeY UN OW IN Te 915-8660 RosaI CAounty, Florida, wherein CIRCUIT COURT SEAL consct Di t A pea
SPOUSE O SAID DEFEND- Fan (81y SPELLINGS SAM S SPELLING Plontiffa STA E e o r N commodation to participate in
ANTIS), IF REMARRIED AND IF UNKNOWN SPOUSE O SA nd a 2u e Belford hus- his proe edizra & Kould, nA. t
D ED THEs S E SATNVDane d Orho sednerit 2 n
EAUNKNOW HEIRSEIE ,19,08 SPELLINGS; UNKNOWN TEN- bOnd and w e ore defendant s), 041 908laoco hayshorolcn/-
RUANTKEO AE S tDIEESY D ANT au#1;s UNKNOW N TEN I will sell to the h hest and best 042608 tact.h e bder .ofr he ours ai s-
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES' 042.60 ANT #2 bidder for cah AT THE 414a 8 t0o62, 68coor6 ator at
PRDSONS CLAIMNG B Defendants) N ORTH FRONT DOOR OF THE 85 5 3035 6865 CAR
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER LTegal 4/364 SANTA ROSA COUNTY Legal 4/405 LINE ST BOX H, MILTON FL,
NEO F CLAIMING BY TUNOTICE OF SALe COURTHOUSE LOCATED AT 32570. If 2eearin impaired,
THROUGH, UNDER oG l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN 6865 CAROLINE STREET MIL- N TICE OF FORE LOSURE contact (TOD)8009558771 via
AGAINST THE NAMED DE AND FOR SANTA ROSA Notice is herebaen that pur- TON FLORIDA AT 11:00A.M. Florida Relay System.
FENDANT(S ; UNKNOWN COUNTY. FLORIDA suTnt to a FinrS'u udg- eCENtRAL STANDARD TIME on BenEza&
TENANT #1, UNKNOWN CASE N6. 08-94-CA ment of foreclosure entere n IFo 22, 2008 the followin Ben-zran &efrz, PA.
TENANT #2; the above-styled cause, in the described property as set foEfa Notice is hereby given that the A0torrne for Poantiff .
CLERFE SONNIER AND IMO- Circuit Court of Santa Rosa in said Final Judgment, to-wit: undersigned, MoryM. Johnson Fl0 onrniRoar, du
Defendant s) GENE SONNIER AS TRUSTEES County, Florida, I will selltCler the a e Circuit Cour otarn ueraale, alor ia333 2
OF THE CLERFE SONNIER REV- property situate in Santa Rosa DESCRIPTION: Santa Rosa County Florida will Telephone: 130Sf770-4100
NOTICE OF ACTION OCABLE TRUST AGREEMENT ounty, Florida, described as: PARCEL 14 on May 13 2008, 'between the Fax: ( 305) 6532329
"TO'E F Y VN A DATED JUNE 3 1996 and COMMENCE AT THE NORTH- hours of 1 i:00 a and 2:00
TO JEFFREY REAGAN A/K/A IMOGENE SONNIER AND LOT 84 SHERWOOD EAST CORNER OF THE WEST pm. on the North Front Court- 041908
JEFFREY J. 'REAGAN.I]-PUN- CLERFE SONNIER AS TRUS- PARK A SUBDIVISION OF HALF OF SECTION 18 house steps, 6865 Caroline 042608
KNOWN SPOUSE OF JEFFREY TEES OF THE IMOGENE THE NORTHWEST QUAR- TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE Street, Santa Rosa Count4/407
REAGAN A/K/A JEFFREY J. SONNIER REVOCABLE TRUST TER OF THE NORTHEAST 29 WEST SANTA ROSA Courthouse, in the city of MiE.
REAGAN, ; AUDREY D. AGREEMENT DATED JUNE 3, QUARTER SECTION 33, COUNTY, )LOREDA; THENCE ton, Florida offer for sole, and
REAGAN; UNKNOWN 1996, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH SOUTH dl DEGREES 29 MIN- sell at publicoutcry tothe high- Legal 4/408
SPOUSE OF AUDREY D. Plaintiffs, RANGE 28 WEST SANTA UTES 48 SECONDS WEST est and best bidder, the follow-
REAGAN; IF LIVING,.INCLUD- VS. ROSA COUNTYI'VLORIDA ALONG THE EAST LINE OF lng described real and persona IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF


BRIDGE, BEING A PUK-
TION OF SECTION 4,
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH
RANGE 28 WEST SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING T6 THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOObK G, PAGE 79,
OF THE CURRENT PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIUS
PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
f you are a person with a Disa-
biliies who need any accommo-
doaion in order to participate in
this proceeding you are entitled
at no oest to you to Ihe provi-
sions ot certain assistant pease
contact Susan Land at 6865
Caroline Street Milton, FL
32570, 850-983-1012 within
2 working days of lhtis receipt
of this document, I you re
hearing or Voice nImpao'ed call
1-800-955-8771.

Dated thil 14 day of April,
2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Wqlkins
Deputy Clerk
041908
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA


JACKIE D. HOLUNGSHEAD,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur;
suant to a Final Judgment or
Mortoage Foreclosure dated
Apri" 4, 2008 and entered in
Case No. 07-1203 CA of the
Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi-
cial Circuit in and for SANTA
ROSA County, Florida wherein
WACHOVIA' BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR MORTGAGE
ASSET-BAC KED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES SERIES 2005-2, is the
Plaintiff and JACKIE D. HOL-
LINGSHEAD; TARA
HOLLINGSHAD ; THE HOLLEY
BY THE SEA IMPROVEMENT
ASSOCIATION INC.; TENANT
#1 N/K/A OLEN YOUNG,
and TENANT t12 N/K/A LESLII
YOUNG are thIe Defendnts, I
will sel to te highest and best
bidder for cash at STEPS OF



Judgment;
LOT 11, IN BLOCK 81, OF


ORDS OF SANTR A ROSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA.USE 1:00AM,





STREET, NAVARRE, 2008,
32566
Any person claiming an
Any person claiming an


By: aranqy oioris
Deputy Cerk
041908
0 2608


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IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1st
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY
Case #: 07 1143 CA (A)
Division #: A
UNC:
Deutsche Bank National Trust
Company as Trustee for HSI As-
set Securitization Corporation
2006-OPT3 Mortgage
Pass-Through Certificates, Senres
2006-OPE,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Rberta N ubert and Emma
oitson an David N. Johnson;
iinown Parties in Possession
#1; Unknown Parties in Posses-
sion #2; If living, and all Un-
knowil Parfies coiming tby
through, rundrer ad gainst tre
above named Detendait(s) who
are not known to e dead or
alive, wlelrdr sad Unknown
Parties may claims an interest as
Spouse Heirs, Devisees, Grant-
ees, or Olher Claimdnts
Defendantss,
NIOTCLOE-SALI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant t an Order of Final Judg-
nenl of Foreclosure dated April
14, 2008 entered in Civil Case
No. 07 1143 CA (A) of the Cir-
cuit Court of the I st Judicial Cir-
cuit in anrd for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, wherein Deut-


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April 26, 2008


LEGALS n


E-Ei~gALS,,


I wTi-l--6k
CULALSES


April- i, 2008 and entered in --- -
CLARENCE A MIMS, Case No. 07-1342 CA ofthe CASE N6: 07-1352-CA
DARLA J. MIMS, the Unknown Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi
Parties claiming as heirs, devi- cial Circuit in and for SANTA COUNTRYWIDE HOME
sees, grantees, assignees, ROSA Count, Florida wherein LOANS, INC.
lienors, creditors, trustees, rep- BANK OF IEW YORK AS Plaintiff,
resentatives, or other claimants TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI-
by, throuah, under or against CATEHOLDERS CWABS INC vs.
CLARENCE A. MIMS AND ASSETBACKED CERTIFICATES,
DARLA J. MIMS, SERIES 2006-BC5 is the Plain- JAMES SILER JR RAQUEL
not known to be dead or alive, tiff and JERRY A bOBBS SR. SILER CREETWOOb VILLAGE
and THE UNITED STATES Of SONYA D DOBBS- MORI' HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA-
AMERICA GAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS- TION, NC., and any unknown
Defendants. TRATION SYSTEMS INCORPO- heirs, devisees, gradnees, credi-
RATED AS NOMINEE FOR tors, and other unknown per-
NOTICE OF ACTION WILSHIRE CREDIT CORP.; are sons or unknown spouses claim-
the Defendnts I wil l to the in by through and under an
TO: CLARENCE A. MIMS AND hihest andbed bidder sr h g the abougvenamed Defena-
DARLA J. MIMS and the Un- ahtTEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA ants,
known Parties claiming as heirs, COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
devisees, grantees, assignees, I 00AM on the 13 day of Defendants.
lienors, creditors, trustees, rep Ma, Od8, the following de
esentalives, or other claimants scri'e prop rly as set forth inNOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
, thrroul, under or against said Final Ju gment:
CLARENCE A. MIMS AND ,
DARLAJ. MIMS, not known to LOT 14 BLOCK A QUAY- NOTICE is hereby given that
be dead or alive; Address Un- SIDE VILLAGE PRASE III the undersigned lerk of the
known ACCORDING o THE PLAT Circuit Court of Santa Rosa
T R "OF AS:" RECORDED County Florida will on the 20
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tha a "IN PLAf BOOK 9" AT day o May 008 atl 1:00
Complaint has been filed PAGES 18 AND 19 O& THE clock A.M at the 6865 Caro-
against you and the complaint PUBLIC RECORDS OF line Street, Santa Rosa County
seeks to foreclosure an unre- SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Courthouse in Milton Florida
corded contractual interest in FLORIDA. offer for sale and sel) at public
and to the following described outcry to the highest and best
real property located in Santo A/K/A 1726 CHAMPAGNE bidder for cash, the
Rosa County, Florida, to-wit: AVENUE GULF BREEZE FL following-describedaproperty sit-
32563 uale in Saonta Rosa County, rlior-
See Exhibit "A" Attached ida:
Hereto Any person claiming an B A
interest in e surplus Lot 1 BlockVAGE,
EXHIBIT A fimse R Dg V e
feo tser a hsCo i Ar -in, a portion s of S-ions
Commence oat the Northeast car- wner a a I 14, Township 2
nerof Lot 16 Block 110 First t'e Us Pendens must fIfea South, Range 26 West,
Corrected and amended lt of claim withn s Santa Rosa County, Flor-
Haolley By The Sea, Plot Book C, das aer sa 60 ida, according to the ple
Page 166, Santa Rosa County, afeCr C "OC. recorded in lat Book 10
Florida said point being the WITNESS MY HAND and he at Pages 30-32 of .the
point of intersection oftheest seal of his Court on April 15, Public Records of said
line of the East 1/2 of the 2008 County.
Southwest 1/4 of Section 3
Township 2 South, Range 27 Ma M Johnson pursuant to the Final Judgment
West and the South right of CUler of the Circuit Court entered in a case pending in
way ine of State Road No. 399 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL said Court, the style of which is
l00' R/W)); thence run North By Angela Dunn indicated above.
47' 41' 27 East along said Deputy Clerkcarm
South right of way line for r Any person or entry claiming
18.49 feet to a point of curva- 041908 an interest in the surplus, if any,
ture of said South right of way 042608 resulting from the foreclosure
line; thence run Northeasterly 4/413 sale, other than the property
on a curve concave to the ___ owner as of the date of the Lis
Southeast (R=1383.59 feet- e l 4/414 Pendens, must file a claim on
Chord =1056.81 feet, Chorn d a4141 same with the Clerk of Court
Bearing of North 70 08'32" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF within 60 days after the foreclo-
East) turr a central angle of THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- sure sale.
4454'14" for an arc distance CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
of 084.35 feet; thence run ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and fficial
South 87'24' 21" East along CIVIL ACTION seal of said Court this 15 day
the South right a way line o CASE NO. 07-1402 CA of April, 2008.
State Road No. 39 100' DIVISION A
R/Wi for 509.12 feet to the If you are a person with a
Eas right of way line of Cril U. S BANK NATIONAL AS- disability who needs ac-
tendenUrive Iprivate 60' Rj); SOCIATION AS TRUSTEE commodation in order to
hence run south 001'57 FOR-THE S1RUCTURED AS- participate in this .ro-
West along said East right of SET INVESTMENT LOAN ceeding, you are enled,
way line for 852.48 feeto the IUST 2006-1 at no cost to you, for the
North right of way line of Ferria Plainnf provision of the certain
Drive (private 60 RIM/); thence p' assistance. Please contact
run South 89"41'42" East vs Court Administration t
alonq said North right of way 6865 Caroline Street, Mil-
line for 200.00 feetTo the Point HUGH LOWRY, et al ton, Florida 32570, Tele-
of Beginning; thence continue Defendant(s). phone (850) 623-3639
South 894 '42" East along thin 2 working days of
said North righl at of way line for NTICE OF FORECLOSURE your receipt of is aocu-
/00 0 Weel;hence run North rR" SYment If you are hearing
00 18'18" East for 122.21 or voice impaired, can
fee; thence run North 89 02' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- 1-800-955-8771.
06' West for 100.01 feet, suant to a Final Judgment of
thence run South 00 18'18 Mortaoe Foreclosure dated Mary Johnson
West for 123.36 feet to the Apr' 2008and entered in CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
North right of way line for Ferris Case N 07- 402 CA of the COURT
Drive Irvat ndhe60' R and the Crcuit Court of the FIRSTJud CIRCUITCOURT SEAL
Point of Beginning; ying n Sec- cial Circuit in and for SANTA By: Brandy Norris
tion 3, ownsihp 2 South, ROSA County, Florida wherein Deputy Clerk
Range 27 West Santa Rosa U.S. BANK DAT1ONAL ASSO-
County, Florida. Henceforth to CIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
be known as Lot 58, LEGEND THE STRUCTURED ASSET IN. Frank Albert Reder
WOODS ESTATES a planned VESTMENT LOAN TRUST Butler & Hosch, P.A.
unit development being a por- 2006-1, is the Plaintiff and 3185S. ConwayLRd.,Ste. E
tion of Section W, Township 2 HUGH LOWRY MARCIA Orlando Florida 32812
South, Range 27 West, Santa LOWRY are the defendants, I (407) 3815200
Rosa County, Florida. will sell to the highest and best
Exhibit "A bidder for cash at STEPS OF 041908
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY 042608
and you are required to serve aCOURTHOUSE at 11 100AM, 41416
copy of your written defenses if on the 20th day of May, 2008, Legal 4/417
any, to the Complaint on the the followin A described prop-
lants attorney, Oscar J asse north in said Final THRT
knwhose address is 6460 Jme n THEF CIRCT JDCOIU OR
Justice Avenue Milton Florida THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR
Jusic r- eCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
32570, on or fore Ma 15, COMMENCE AT THE ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
2008and file te original with NORTHEAST CORNER OF CL ACTION
the Clerk of this Court either be- THE NORTHWEST QUAR- CASE NO. 07-1222 CA
fore service on the plaintiffs a' TER OF SECTION 16, DIVISION A "
torney or immediately thereaof- TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH "
ter; otherwise o default will be RANGE 28 WEST SIANTA .....f .BAK NA,
entered against you for the re ROSA COUNTY ILORIDA, -Lain RGO K
le demanded in the THENCE NORTH 88 DE- Pai
Complaint GREES 21 MINUTES 36
SECONDS WEST ALONG v
This the 10 day of April,2008.THE NORTH UNE THEREOF SCTT A. BURRELL, t al,
1644.10 FEET TO THE d
MARY M. JOHNSON POINT OF BEGINNING Derendants).R
Clerk of Circuit Court THENCE CONTINUE NORTM
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 88 DEGREES 21 MINUTES TCE OF FORECLOSURE
BY: Angela Dunn 36 SECONDS WEST
Deputy Clerk ALONG SAJD NORTH UNE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
041908 SOUH 00 EEr THEN 0 suant to a Final Judgment of
041908 MIUTES 29SE G OENS Mortgfae Foreclosure dated
026E 1MEIAUT 4 E T T E CO ESAprif1, 2008 and entered in
4W4_ EAST 415.00 FEET TO THEConCse No. 07-1222 CA of the
Legal 4/410 NOIKLY RIGHT OF Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi-
WAY LINE OF ROAD cial Circuit in and for SANTA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF (50.00 FOOT RIGHT OF ROSA County Florida wherein
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, w ,YJTENE SOUTH 8 WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, is
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA DEGEES 21 MINUTES36 the Plaintiff and SCOTT A.
COUNTY FLORIDA SECONDS EAST ALONG BURRELL; SUNSET HARBOR
CIVIL DIVISION SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT CONDOMINIUM OWNERS'
CASE NO.: 07-871 CA OF WAY NE 210.00 FEET, ASSOCIATION, INC.; are the
THENCE NORTH 00 DE- Defendants I will sell to the
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO- GREES 01 MINUTES 29 highest oan best bidder for cash
CIATION AS TRUSTEE, ON BE- SECONDS WEST 415.00 STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA
HALF OF THE HOLDERS OF FEETTO THE POINTrOFBE- COUNTY COURTHOUSE a[
THE HOME EQUITY ASSET GINNING. SAID PARCEL 11:00AM, on the 13 day of
TRUST 2005-9 HOME EQUITY BEING.LOT.8, BLOCK.A OF May, 2008, the following de-
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- AN UNRECORDED^ SUBDI- scribed property as set forth in
CATES SERIES 2005-9, VISION, said Final Judgment:
Plaintiff,
Svs A/K/A 6242 FOXGLOVE CONDOMINIUM UNIT 105,
ROAD, MILTON, FL 32570 BUILDING II, SUNSET HAR-
JOHN DOE JANE DOE AS BOR CONDOMINIUMS A
UNKNOWNd TENANT (S Ay arson iing an CONDOMINIUM to-
IN POSSESSION OF THP SUB- Interest in tle surplus GETHER WITH AN UNDI-
JECT PROPERTY, rm the sqie, if any, VIDED INTEREST IN THE
Defendants oier man proe. COMMON ELEMENTS AC-
D n owner as of e date of CORDING TO THE DECLA-
RE-NOTCE OF FORECLO- t.UsPendensLmustafile RATION OF CONDOMIN-
kclaim witrn sin y 1 60) IUM THEREOF RECORDED
a S S days after e sale. IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .. t. .. BOOK 2030 PAGE 776
pursuant to a Motion an order ,wTNcS NY HmNDand te AND AMENDED BY DOCU-
Reseting Foreclosure Sale Dale sea this Court on April 15, MENTS RECORDED IN OF-
dated the 11 day of April, 2008- FICIAL RECORDS BOOK
2008 and entered in Case No. . 2661 PAGE 495 AND OF-
07871 CA of the Circuit Court arO N. Johson FICIAL RECORDS BOOK
of the 1ST fJudicial Circuil in Cerk ofte Circuit Court U 2820, PAGE 328,OF THE
and for Santa Rosa County, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL PUBLIC RECORDS OF
Florida wherein U.S. BANK by Anga Dunn ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLOR-
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION.AS Deputy Clerk IDA. NOW SITUATED IN
TRUSTEE ON BEHALF OF 'THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
HOLDERS OF THE HOME EQ- 041908 FLORIDA.
UITY ASSET TRUST 2005-9 0 2608
HOME EQUITY M4,4 A/K/A 7453 SUNSET HAR-
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-----BOR DRIVE, NAVARRE
CATES SERIES 2005-9 is the BEACH, FL 32566
Plaintiff and JOHN DOE- JANE Legal 4/415
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT Any person claiming an
(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF interest In tCe surplus
SUiBJECTPROPERTY are defend THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- from te sle, if an,
ants I will sell 1o the highest CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA other than proe
and best bidder for cash at the ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA qwnr as ft te odaiot
NORTH FRONT STEPS OF CIVIL ACTION the Uas Pendens must ile a
COURTHOUSE at the Santa CASE NO. 07-1203 CA caim within sicty (60)
Rosa County Cpurthouse, in DIVISION A days after the sale.
MILTON Florida at 11:00
a.n. on'tlhe 13 day of May WACHOVIA BANK NA- WITNESS MY HAND and Ihe
2008, lhe following described TIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS seal ot this Court on April 15,
properly as set forli.in said Fi- TRUSTEE FOR MORTGAGE 2008.
hajno Judgment, to wil: AS S ET- B'A C KE D ,
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- Mary M. Jottnson
LOT 29, BLOCK A, THE CATES, SERIES 2005-2, Clerk of the Circuit Court
COTTAGES OF HAMILTON Plaintff, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
-i, EI'IMM A PUK- R -, -;


LEGALS ii


Ztlle
WIT NESS my hand and the seal
of lis Court on this 10 day 0o
April, 2008.
May M. Johnson
Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn
As Deputy Clerk
041908
042608
4/408
Legal 4/409
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07-000609-CA
MARK A. LOUGH, Trustee,
Plaintiff
vs.


ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 07-1342 CA
DIVISION A
BANK OF NEW YORK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS CWABS,
INC. ASSETBACKED CERTIF-
ICATES, SERIES 2006-BC5,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JERRY A. DOBBS, SR., et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment o
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
^_.:1 MR 1 -f_ J -,_.J :


interest in the surplus
frIm the sqle, if any,
other than thI property
owner as t the date of
the Us Pendens rpust file a
claim within sty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on April 15,
2008.
Mary M. Johnson
Cler of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
041908
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AND FOR SANTA ROSA
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clAT 1HE NORTH IRON RTINIHY WAYNE MORSE, hri, Iiddfo I r i h ot hf, RANDY I-01IIDAY/AND STEPI 'I WILLIAM A PATTERSON JR CURI Coomity Milton, Florida, I will CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
DO i OF THE SANTA ROSA RHONDA CHERI MORSE. II S11 Rosa 1 h) ,A1EHLYANtIH A) TIN MARYM IOIINSON a/k/a WILLIAM ALLEN CIRCUITCOURT SEAL sell ei Ilesti and Best bid- BY: BrandNorris
COUNT) COLIRIHOUSE LOE IVING,t INCLtUDINGANY LIN- Flio,o ftIl' ,hol110 I IEI KNOWVN TEN- CERK Of CIRCUIT COLRI PATTERSON JR; lIt td IBYJ Wikins r(li fooi 1caio i tilee NORTH DEPUTY CLERK
CATED Af 6K,5 CAROLINE KNOWN SPOUSE OF1 SAID 0,1.1ohn i it Muy ANc1S OWNERS CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Dedans A, Duy Clk FRONT SEPS o he Court-AW OFFICES OF DAVID J
SFLOR T DEFIENDANTiS .IF REIMA 200, ov,, I By ay NonI house of the SANTA ROSA LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
SIREET MILTON FLORIDA AT DLFENDANT(S) IF REMAR 200 file I loilllt or'clike"I Doeu rniilr.t By Brandy Noui"-u
11:00 AM CENTRALL STAN0 RIED AND IF EC ASKED THE pope, l Depouy Clrk TI-C. on la Il ounty Couton se,6 at TRNEY FOR PLAINTIFFSTERN
ARDTIM 0 l AMayl N320SANDRESDADIDEC TNKN pOWN NOTICE OF SALE 111 C. ist in o lilsurpus rn) the sololine Street, Milton Florida, at ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
ARD1MI: Ml 0 pf ae Ci Con C. lnrpo ni I I 00 alin on ho 29 day of 900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND .
the lfllokwino desch bod pi.l HEIRS. DEVISEIS, G.RANIES, LOT 11, BLOCK B PAL- low Oflf:es of Dneli C. Con, PATTERSON i slily o y e dhale o te roy 21:00 a.m. on the 29l y of 900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND
ni a, sot torh in said Finl 01ASIGNEES CREDITORS METTO LAKE PRESERVE Not ices ioeby given, nIr suegra 217 RoiiooS Streeti Owmer csI s theInda f tnewIiLis May,i2008pthe flowings doe ROAD SUITE 400
Judr enlrt,1tovi' ENORS AND TRUSTEES ACCORDING TO THE P llA a to Finol Judn i al Puai 9204 King Paln Dive Pickins, Sou Carolina 29671 Pendn iiis a l file a dlin. witn scriibedprope s set forth in PLANTATION FL
'" 'AND AL ,OTHER PERSONS THEREOF, AS RECORDED tif eOl in thi cause April Tlinpa, FL 33619 328 s said Summary inal Judgment, 33323920920
COMMENCING AT THE CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,. IN PLAT BOOK 9, PAGES 14 2008, iin he Circuit Court Altorneys lor Plaintifi UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF to-wit: 07-27283 WACNW
SOiTHWEST CORN ER R OR AGAINST TE 7S THROUGH 78 OF THE ant Rosa Couny, Florida I MICHELLE C. PATTERSON 041908 SEE ATTACHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
ECTION 21 OWNSHIP 2 NAMED DEFENDANSI PUBLIC RECORS OF will se poerlysiuted In accoance wi the Ame 217 Railroad Sre 60 "EXHIBIT A" LegaIEACT persons w
NORTH RANGE 28 WEST. WACHOVIA BANK TRUSTEE SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Santa Rosa County, Florida de. can with Disabilities Act of Pickens, South Carolina 29671 4/427 EXHIBIT A Legal TIES ACT, persons with
SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR- FOR THE IELIG MEYERS MAS FLORIDA. scribed as: 1990, persons needing a spe- disabilities neeing a special
ID&A THENCE RUN SOTHT 88 TER TRUST; WHETHER DIS- cial ccommnodatinCton partici- YOU ARE NOTIFIED thatan Ca4 A parcel of land int he Souh- accommodation should contact
DEGREES 28 MINUTES 20 SOLVED ORRESENTLY EXIST A person cain an interest LOT 13 OF PINE VILLA, AC- pu is proceeding suld for foreclosure ha Legl 4/431 wet Quaer e Sotheas COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE ING, TOGETHER WITH ANY Ih tui 1nlus e i CORDING TO THE PLAT contact the ASACoordnQator no filed against you regarding the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF uiter of SeCio 33 Town the t, A ROSA County
OF 380.00 FEET: THENCE GRANTEES ASSIGNEES, any ohileor i tihe ),opery THEREOF AS RECORDED IN late lhan seven (7) days prior subjecltpropertywiltha legal d THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT shp 2 NortRaounlge 2t West, Courtouse771 DD r
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 40 CREDITORS LIENORS OR owner as of ie date of Ihe lis PLLAT B06K B, PAGE 165, OF to the proceedings. If hearing scripion, to-wit: SAA ROSA S0os ounf, Florida, 1 8009558771 orD
MINUTES 28 SECONDS EAST TRUSTEES OF SAID DEFEND- endensiust fie a cloiwihin THE PUBLIC RECORDS F impaired, please all 80 IN AND FOR A scribed as follows: 1-00-955-8770, via Florida
DISTANCE OF 84000 FEET; A A ER le ale. SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLO 71 TDD) or 80 THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED NERAL JURISDICTION in at the Northwest corner y Service
THEN CERUN SOUTH 88 DF SONS CLAIMING BY IDA 955-8770 (voice, via Fonda REAL ESTATE SITUATE IN THE DIVISION BLC Su bdNotwesi corner TI CE A B P
GREES 28 MINUTES 20 SEC THROUGH, UNDER O DATED this 15 day of April, Rlay Service. COUNTY OF SANTA ROSA, 08-178CA Mdwbrook Subdivision THIS NOTICE SHALL BE PUB-
ONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF AGAINST DEFENDANTSS; UN- 2008. rdcoonly known as4405 4IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO CASE NO: 08 as recorded in Plat Book B, at WISHED ONCE A WEEK FOR
757.6 FEET TO THE POINT OF KNOWN TENANT #R; UN- PINE VILLA CIRCLE, PACE FL 041908 WIT. RESIDENTIAL FUNDING COM 1 ofnto Rosa Coune P Florida- WEEKS.
BEGINNING THENCE CON- KNOWN TENANT #2' MARY M. JOHNSON 32571 ;including tilebuildrng 042608 nPANYt hence rWest F122.53feto o ia
TINUE SAME COURSE RUN Defendont(s) Clerk Circuit Court appurtenances arid fixturs 0,oL-24 COMMENCING AT THE PAINTIFF, thnWs 2 n T a
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 28 MIN- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL cated therein, a public sale to NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE iron pin; thence Southwesterly 042608
UTES 20 SECONDS EAST A NTICE O SB AEB 'L By Brandy Norris a ie highest and best bidder, for Legal 4/425 W 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 OF VS. with on arie 65 to ihe left 050308
DISTANCE OF 1894 FEET DeputSB, Clerk cashASales are held on the SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 1 F EWIN DUFLANTIS PT AEl fr prcealo ng roe 184U42 A KA T
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DE- Notice is hereby iven that pu front steps of the Santa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NORTH, RANGE 27 WEST ANTS e e
GREES 40 MINUTES 28 SEC- suant too aFinalSummary Judg IMPORTANT Rosa County Courthouse THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 'SANTA lIOSA COUNTY FLOR-DENDANI. to North boundary of Outer ------
ONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF rent of Foreclosure entered iiIorcdre w 'e Ameri oni May 13, 208al 11 am. CUnT OF THE STATE OF IDA- RUN THENCE N TiDE.F AnIO Dr. -thence Sioutheaserly o Legal 4/434
0OTcIEk F, on IliaCTo DO ANyIpersotN COUortnntr-iOFTRIDANINuANDALO Con tilence Nor hD NANurndaryoA
230.00 FEET THENCE RUN the above-styled can.e, in lia cons 1 w11 Di-ir..ies Act pe- Any pe.so.sc a ming an inter- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR GREES 0000 W ALONG THE C NSTJUCTIRE Tv.%VlCF along the No ounfary 18 IN TH CRU C
NORTH 88 DEGREES 28 MN Circuit Cour of Santa Rosa i E pana est in the surplus fron the sale SANTA ROSA COUNTY NORTH LINE OF SAID QUAR- STTE w radisof80 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
UTES 20 SECONDS WEST A County, Florida I ill sell tile i sfDAR5Dto crineo ii any, other tha N he property CIVIL DIVISION TER SECTION FOR 71000 TO JOYE BETH DOLLARD E or edistne T r'2.49 OTHE ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DISTANCE OF 189 4 FEET; roperty situate in Sante Rosa i iPeriocrR adCuL Iatr GEowner as of the date of e s CASE NO. 2008 CA 00438 THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND ELIN DUPLANTIS R s son linue S 45 IN AND FORSANTA ROSA
THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DE County, Floridpa, described as ta en a icon pendens must file a claim within CA THENCE N 00 DEGREES 42 wose residence s kow Eo I3751 ft Lnce North GN45' UAT FLRIDITA N
THENCES 40RMINUTEs2SEc- onyFloridadescribedas: T r i days after the sale. 30' P FOR 12sa00' TO T e hesIheye li ni 4 sl he Noith GNE. RISD
ONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF LOTS 5 & 6p BLOCK C b6 1al'i'DotrE r T Doted iis 15 day of April. HOUSEHOLD MORTGAG E SOUTH RIGHT DOFWAY OF e ar R aY OIIE dn-of Beginning. CASE NO: 07 0828O fe t ON A IE
230.00 FEET TO THE POINT EAST BAY HEIGHTS, AX ( ACQ TC 2008& SERVICES HICKORY HAMMOCK ROAD n`/,vIlra t n ho m o gSC
OF BEGINNING. SAID PROP- SUBDIVISION ACCORD sArPlaintiff, a00'8/e/er ldisu at h eas on : THENCE CON n S BNKN TNAL
ERTY LYING AND BEING ALL ING TO TAHE PLAT MARY M. JOHNSON vs. TINUE N 90 DEGREES 00'00" poses, r ei dise Jes Drn To th e s urcealsoron as Lot of2, U S. BANK NATION AL ASS
IN SECTION 21 TOWNSHIP 2 THEREOF, AS RECORDED f uClark of the Circuit Court W ALONG SAID RIGHT OF ecsassirles, s ei'rs 1 Cdi- GBlARDISofrunrecorded DIANA CiATtON AS TRUSTEE FOR
TH IR Nil~o^ W To e.L. pll WAY FOR 1 5.00THE HOLDER OF BEAR
N CAN 8 WS I CT BO BTA AN N CIRCUIT COURT SEAL N N DAVID BARLOW 1 WAY FOR 185.00 THENCE 5 Pi ingt ninoerest mliy, ilpr G DE LA TENE HOE OBESE
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOE 149, OF THE PUBLIC REC- aDjrt5_-Zn aRe,- By; Brandy Noris UNKNOWN SPOUSE 1 00 DECGRES 42'I0"W FOR C Iderin mm ,ntest tIryhe DIisg- ASTEARNS ASSET BACKED SE-
IDA, 8 ORDS OF SANTA ROSA a Al_ lNtm, Deputy ClRk JOHN DAVID BARLOW, TR,; 725 00' THENCE S 90 D E-n o a tan t ALONG AND TOGETHER CURINTIESI TRUST 200&MGI
ANY PERS MON CLAIMING A/K/A 041908 041908 KNOWN SPOUSE OF KAAREN fEIENCE N 00 DEGREES hi Y or claiming to have on 0Commence at oine orsa P R AVS.
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- .042608 0)2608 SUE BARLOW IF LIVING IN- 42'30" E FOR 713,00' TO THEA rirl t r ahe al Commnce orteorw es N DANDJNDU
PLUS FROM THE SALE F 1907 Ambassador Drive -OL4Q T.D A CLUDING ANY Y KNOW N OINTPOINT OF BEGINNING. efil dse be id lins he rt 1siprop cairrrnoofead a -cookSierb ERNEST DAN STOMP'NUN-
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ANY OTHER THAN THE GulfBAeeze, FL32561bSeinOUSElo UFAD DIEN D /2tiowoSei3,
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF ANTkSaIF REMIARRIED, AND IF Lnd you are reaiuired to serve a being foaeclosedl ri' ion of Section 33, Township 2 DAN STOMP IF ANY- ANY
THE DATE OF THE LIS atrublic sale, to the highest Legal 4/421 DECEASED THE RESPECTIVE copy of rour written defenses I YOU ARE HERE No ge 28 West, Santa AND ALL UNKNOWN GARTIES
to ht' YOUMPNYARE M HEREBY NOTIFIED RoseC Cu ty, Florida; as re, CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
PENDENS MUST FILE A ondbest bidder, for cash. ront UNKNOWN EtEIRS DEVISEES any, to lnon Gary 1. Gassel Es- Ba an action to foreclose a cored InPiat Book B. Pape 13 UNDER












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CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS steps of the Sa Rosa Coun IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Legal 4/424 GRANTE W ES ASIGNEES, OF it e P intf's Gi D omey whose mor on te llo op oe Public Record sd HEREI NAMED INDIVIDUAL
AF HACosFtle uiana lRo Frd atTHE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CREDITORS LIENORS AND address is 2191 R pgina Boul
SCULT, IN AND FOR SANTA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TRUSTEE CoAunA3 t dHER run North DFENDANTd4
Sate11:00 o ock Arm May R UAT CN Y FORSA THE OFIRT JCA C EES, AND ALL OTHER ard, Srsota, l '34237 A eCoun thence run North DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH 3T 200 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- PERSONS CLAIMING BY, A ER IA D895 West a distance of NOT KNOIN TO BE DEAD
A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS DATED THIS 14 DAY OF April, Case No.: CUIT OF THE STATE OF THROUGH UNDER ORS X 1 within thirty ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND 1122.53 feet to the Paint of Be- OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN 2008. 2007-1616-DR-01 FLORIDA IN AND FOR AGAINST 'THE NAMED DE- 7 [daays f the first SITUATE IN SANTA ROSAF ninnn-1ice ru 2 UNKNOWNePARTES MAY
'ORDER TO PARTC PATEIN An s a Division: E SANTA RbSA COUNTY PENNTD CIDA T e al n OUANT SA L 1 st oance CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
TOIR TOEDI ATCIAOUT pA o herplsn .fonmthe WPe emO R eM, CIVIL DIVISION B AN WtHER DISSOLVEDand F Eo Io R I IDA TO-WITLOT 7 BLOC 958 feeoleNortheasthcor- SPOUSESHEIRSDEVISEES
14 I if"' ItSL f DISSOLVEDiitarmRCLaFwITHEIRSLDVSEEeo t3oand record d Ens O tHER CLAIM
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO any other than the property OT R T CASE NO. OR PRESENTLY EXISTING, TO cerk a tI us I il brei E ROBLEDAL ESTATESu in of Lot 3 a an unrncorded GRANTEES OR OatHER CLAIM
YOU TO THE PROVISION OF owner as of the date ofhe hs Petitioner 2008-CA-000001 GETHER WITH ANY GRANT seresPlaintiff's attole HE PLAT THEREOF, AS RE- s n ss a
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. pendens ?st file a am E ASSIGNEES CREDITORS mlte o, nri ng a subivisio TWHMES CNDM
PLEASE CONTACT SANTA wihin ci days after th sl 1e an ASSOCIATES FIRST CAPITAL LIENORS OR TRUSTEES OF wise a defaultwiol b enter CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C, o f IUM ASSOCIATION OF GULF
COUNTY COURT- witness my hand an CORPORATION SUCCESSOR SAID DENENDANT|(SlAND ALL aguainsl you for Ire i AT PAGE 84, OF THE PUBO ction ofr said Seclion o3n CONBREEZE IN C O NA
HOUSE, 6495 CAROLNE Iis cou on the 15 ay of TRAN TEll BICH NGOC, BY MERGER TO ASSOCIATES OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING nNnderr mu the Complint F hORIDA S al h ne 1run Sou2 ONT ACCOR ING
STREET, ILTON FL 32570 ApItil, 2008 -. I A OD THCRespondenT. FINANCIAL SERVICES OF THROUGH U NDER. OR COUNTY, FLORIDA. West ono tohe of said FUNDING C PORTION
WITH-INI 2 WORKING DAYS R ei o AMERICAINC.I AGAINST DEFENADANTIS) UN DeR thi s 15 day of April, has beei )filed against you and to tI3 Tdheance of 184 48 fee JOHN DOIE AND JANES DO
OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT 0 C T N OR. PA KNOWN TENANT T UNR A THE seon ds toyngr o Isa OSE N EATOI
RI N IH M P A M u M KNOWN TENANT #Dendns). CLERK OF HE COURT a to it on DAV D J. STERN, lne of O lt Ina e of SR EOR N
1-800I9558771 IF YOU ARE By Brandy N'ois uTO: TRAN THI BICH NCGOC ANIIA 0 WARR THE UNN A3TIN CUT C WFT OR SA P iiif atco rney,shose of O utner ro 16 e P E 2OF E WU
8C 955-8577el e 149/IJ TO HEIN TH ANHe KNOWN SPOUSE OF ANITA he. C OR D PEI C Ue T aTdres Is 900 t South Pine Is- i o fat ithe Norherit OC O FOr ST RSAE
LOfces of Daniel CC- PHONG13 GIN I0 HO CHI D WAR: PHILLIP A WAR; TO CAPITAL ONE BANK e eland Road #400, Plantation, FL 243'39" East a distance of NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
7DATED at MILETONFsorinda, thui I4o MINH CITY THE DUNKNOWN SPOUSE OF WHETHER DISSOLVED Of 041908 33324e3Q20o soab beS ier I 188.74 feet to o he Point of Be- suant tof Summary Final Jud
Sa ri a s VIETNAM HIL IPA WAR IF LIVING PRESENTLY EXISTING. TO- 042608 29, 208, no later I0 ghnr5 mSaud parcel being a met of oreclsedateE Apl
Fr 1 ,o r in INCLUEDING ANY IvENKNOWP G ETIHER WITH ANY GRANTc 4A hO dais from tire date oh the first E RO an of Lot 2 Blockf1 of said 7 2008 entered in Civil Case
EINLUDINa SAN Y NNW G|N R PWATH BOK G A N 4/J*1 ubicatron of this native of oc DIANA GAPDE'NS. h o, 07 0828CAO1 oF the Cit-
MAR JOHNSON Aorinysfo ar Pain il a YOwU I ARE NOTIFIED hat an of c- SPOr USE OF 'SAID DEFEND- EES, ASS NEEDS CREDIT TOPRSA C IONC oth oea c ioR tAN T e ion -
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COURT In accordance with the Tad that youUare require to DEC LNTE RESPECTIVE SAI D NANTS AD ALTi for SATsO









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looo Denses i o f anoyui, t a NROBERTe eGRANTliES, ASSINEES: BY42 T G UDnE C O R neyoID A s l en he hihB est dbest
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t.8 Srt urph (lm0) 10r G ltr records asaid county; JTo-
04I R r e a default may be en- W IETHER DISSOLVED O T C ARereoRuNon'the lain 'salotNrr LLC, A DELAW ARE LIMITED LA-h dco t t
041908 9 5-8770 voke),,vila Flatr- against you for the PRESENTLY EXISTING, TO- ny whose mLand aress BILITY COMPANY MAR M HINSON CRIThe e un North 89 dereista oO II
0 2608 ida Relay Service. relief demand-d in the pe- GETHER WITH ANY GRANT- hoI Paereon nitln y Iurty inhff, CLERKOF HE CIRCUT 58 nute31secondsRest a CONDOMINIUM UNIT NO.
0 19 08 tition. ES ASS GNEES CREDITORS d cls of thie irst'publicationul vsCOUP ds .r.ce. 132.1 1 eat tothe B-20 BUILDING B-111i
0408Copies of all court docu- LENORS OR T'G USTEES OF this Notice e Iature of this TRACY E. DONALDSON UN CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Norlhireost comer aiof Lot 3 of an BAHAMA BAY CLUd
Sments in this case in- SAID DEENDIANISAND ALL proFceedng beoning a s or fore- KNOWN SPOUSE OF TRACY FBT Bal is N J C un0recordedr subdiision known TOWNHOMES A CON-
La44/4194cludinlordirs areovaila- OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING H Lsureof hEortaansthe L DONALDSON: ANY AND DOPUPI CLERK as Diana GCardens a subdivi- DOMINIUM ACCORDING
Leg 419 bleatleCeratheCir- BY THROUGH, UNDER. OR ftn lowln Distblepropesr, tA o ALA ENKN OSVN PARTIES lol.6aresi roofsa o Secson TO DECLARATION OF
COURT OF cuit Court's office..You AGAINST DEFENDANTSS" UN-m CLAIMING BY THROUGH IAVV OFFICES OF DA 0 331 Theenc rcen South 25 de- CONDOMINIUM THEREOF
INmay THEiC IRCU ITu N OF TENAT 2U 1 UNDER AND AGAINST THE TERN 0C 05 ino tos 31 s2oad RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
I THE IR TCATRe ments upon request. KNOWN TENANT #2;- THE WEST 95 FEET OF THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF es oona the East e said RECORDS BOOK 5FI 1ci
THE FISTE STATE 55IAJOFegal 4/2 FIRST upon roei ou HEREIN the East ln of s co m a sECuRD B OOK a5 t
UOF You must kee he Clerk UNKNOWN TENANT #3; .EAST 195FEET OFLOT 16, DEFENDANTS WHO ARE 900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND Lot 3uadisTance of 184,48feet PAGE 25 OF THE PUBUC
.LODRIDAOF ENDO I THE JDCIACRCUIT ,O oftheCircuit C Court's ofIce UNKNOWN TENANT #4; SHADY ACRES BEING A NOT KNONON TO BE DEAD ROAD SUITE 400 o the Southeast corner of said RECORDSOF SANTA ROSA
SANTIDA, ROANDCFOU THE 1STJUDIIALCIRCITnotified of your current DeKNOdWTn A #D PORTION OF StBEION 14 OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN. PLANTATION FL33324-3920 Lot3, saudpoint lyinginmaocurve COUNTY FLORIDA..TO-
CI.L DIVISION IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA address. (You ma ile TOWNSHIP NORTH KNOWN PARTIES AY CLAIM 08312LIT R A
COUNTY, FLORIDA Notice of Current Aress, NOTICE OF dALE G o T AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES. IN ACCORDANCE V'ITH THE o're NorfherlfRh f V GETHER WITH AN UNDI-
CASE No. 08-13 CA FloridaOSupreme.CourtAp- CORDING TO THE PLAT HEIRS. DEVISEES GRANTEES, AMERICANS \,ViH DISABIl I Thence run Southeasterly alaon COMMON ELEMENTS.AP-
proved Family Law Form Noticeis herebT gven tant put- THEREOF AS RECORDED OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; UN- TIES ACT ersons sith he arc of a curve to the rghT PURTENANT THERETO AS
PlaiRBC CENTURA BANK, 12.915.) Future ,apersn sumin to Fa Summary d- IN PLAT BOOK B PAGE KNOWVN TENANTRI IN PS- dioab'1,t needmng special cc nrud along said Northerly SET FORTH IN THE DEi L-
SPlaintiff ths lawsuit w e d ne o Forec uL e entered 123 OF THE PUBIC REC- SESSION OF THE SUBJECT commdalion s coin t Ritflineo distance of RATION OF CONDOMIN-
vs. to the address on record [tie aboe-syled .au intIreORDS OF SANTA ROSA PROPERTY; UNKNOWVN TEN COURT ADMINISTRATION, t 6 6.50 feet to a point of Rtn- ICUM.
Wat the clerk's office. Crp nitu Coult of Sa Rosa COUNTY, FyLORIDA ANT#2 IN POSSESSI ON OF tie SANTA ROSA Ccay Bncy sae i d curve having a a-
TERRY C. HARRIS, a., WARNING: Rule 12.285, County Florida 3 I5 In Fill sell the.E wh "i o BSN S NI I AN 1 0 TeE SUB CTt t NCN O tr a la n o la
I__ 6 11 Defendants Florida Family Low Rules iofely a I in Santa Ros n, A/K/A Ce' in nhi', p e 00 y5-8771 TDD S OR aONale of 19 deges 83 minutes in the us rom-esaleit
f Procedure, requires c or- County Flor da d scribed as 1 800 9558770 Flo rita 44 seconds, a chord distanceaily, othrt rol
.. . "t ..tl NOTICE OF FO RECLOSURE t ain automatic disclosure 4740 RIDGEW OOD DRIVE NO E O iC .OSURE my% nIt0e
^ I fBmotaion. Failure to comply SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF ing of South 54 de rees 50 ouwithin 0da-atte
Ct I 't can result in sanctions, in- SECTION 17 TOWNSHIP 1 If you fail to file your answer or NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ISHED ONCE A WEEK FOR miutes 51 seconds East
cluding dismissal or strik- NORTH, RAlGE 28 WEST, written defenses rin thme above ouruano Ira Final Judgment oan TWO 2 CONSECUTIVE Thence continue along saiu Dated this 8 day of April,
ing of pleadings. SANTA ROSA COUNTY d on plainly's ator 0,Foreclosu1edoled Apnl 14, WEEKS Norther Right-of-Wn y line 2008.
S uiFLORIDA, DESCRIBED AOApay a doult ii be e 2008,, amid entered inn Case South 45 degrees 10 minutes
Do- Dated: April 15, 2008. FOLLOWS: BEGIN A aainstyou for the relief dic No 0,r1920CA-D5V-A, of the 042608 09 seconds East a distance of MARYkM. JOHNSON
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Legal 4/433
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 08-63CA
WACHOVIA MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
ANA LYDIA FRANCO, ETAL.,
DEFENDANT(S).

COQ .TRUCTIVY.SERVICE
TO: ANA LYblIA FRANCO
wlose residence is unknown I
he/sr/Iley be lving; and if
0/she/lhey be deqd, Ime un-
known defendants who may be
spouses, heirs, devisees, grant
ees, assignees, lienors, credit
tots I musrees and ail parties
claiming an i interest bsy, through
under or against the Defen-
ants, who ore not known to be
dead or olive, and all parties
avina or claiming to have any
ralgt, Title or interest in the prop
e'y described in the mortgage
being foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thal an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following prop-
el y;
LOT 5, BLOCK V OF
ROUNDUP VALLEY, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE 160
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH
UNDIVIDED 1/382 INTER-
EST IN THE ROSASCO
PARK, ROUND UP VALLEY.
has bo11n filed oagfinst you and
yoItu (e roquil o sorv
copy of your wiltrn defenses if
mr nyo it on DAVID J. STERN,
ESo Plaintif's atomney, whoso
a(dhess is 900 Soulh Pine Is-
land Road #400 Plantation, Fl,
33324-3920-3950 on or be-
to May 23, 2008, (no Ilate
thi.n 30 days from (he date of
1 litsl publicaltion of this notice
of action) and file the original
withi lho clerk of this court either
bofore service on Plaintjff's a-
torney o r immediately herectf-
or; ot erwi se a default will be
oeleid a against you for IthI I-
liet deoonidod in the complaint


TOMMY HINSON; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF TOMMY
HINSON IF ANY; NOLA
CATHERINE ALLEN F/K/A
NOLIA CATHERINE HINSON
F/K/A NOLIA C. HINSON-
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
NOLIA CATHERINE ALLEN
F/K/A NOLIA CATHERINE
HINSON F/K/A NOLIA C.
HINSON, IFANY- ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH
UNDER AND AGAINST THEf
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
INC.; UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA- JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION.
DEFENDANT(S)

NOTICE IS HEREBY pursuant to
a Sutlminay Final Judgment orf
Foecdosure dated April 7,
2008 entered in Civil Case No.
07( 1179CA of the Circuit Court
lha 1ST Judicial Circuit in
anmd for SATA ROSA County,
MILTON, Florida, I will sell to
the highest and est bidder for
cash at NORTH FRONT STEPS
OF THE COURTHOUSE at the
SANTA ROSA County Court.
house located oat 6865 CARO-
LINE STREET in MILTON, Flor-
ida, at 11:00o am a.. o the 7
day of Moay, 2008 the follow-
inl described property as seo
forTh in said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 25 BLOCK "B" OF
TWIN LAKES ESTATES, BE-
ING A PORTION OF SEC-
TION 18 TOWNSHIP 1
NORTH, RANGE 27 WEST,
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
"D", PAGE 50 OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY.




Doled Ihis B (lay of April,
2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angeao Dunin
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
SSTERN P.A, ATTORNEY
OR PLAINTIFF
801 S. University Drive Suile
500
Planlation, FL 33324
(954)233-8000


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IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA Case No.: 07-847 FLORIDA, BEING MORE that an action has been cam- BATE DIVISION nest, YThe addition will be 20
COUNTY FLORIDA Division: E PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED menced to oreclose a mort- File No.: 57 2007 CP 379 To b sold for the lienowed for et long and 30 feet wide and
GENERAL JURISDICTION AS FOLLOWS: gage on tire following real rap- chrcesof tow nnd store. mill tie into the existing building.
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CaorodaeIr0 inm Mlon, WARNING: ule 12 215, A/K/A 7998 MALONE ROAD THEst JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE DIVISION Questions concernin Iis pRo
Floida, 1. ant "n .. Florida Family Low iPuloc MILTON, FL 32570 OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OF DEATH IS BARRED.. CASE NO. ect should be directed Io the
2 d yV200 ., m of RRE, FeLi cer- 6SANTA ROSA COUNTY The date o fist publication of 572007CA000858XXXXXX Sant Rsahou nt Air ta th
Iowvingde-cqbed prp o ,in automatc siu Any person claiming an CaseN#:07 1369.CA (C) thisnotice us April26, 2008 A SERVICES, County Eir ichael
L49 Se y Y o" I d cu I cn n interest in tIe surplus Division #: C AURORA LOAN SERVICES,
J05gmant, Ldocumei ts and infor- Sc t e s le, f an J hilK. Souerwghite LC, dScr F. E., at (850)
m/4 3n F u t c o m p l y IfrIN Alr a UN C c io P h R e K S r e9 1 7 1 0 0 .
lO.T. &2, BLOC. MA- cP rsult n 6sanctaons, in- ot1er tttan .tIppopely UO C: BRA orneyo .rs... Rp re4nt Jugaintiff, 98en00.
NOLeg.al A 4 A4(y3C256 co h udiFn disJucissal or str'ik- Iwner as o- the dot ie,
P oINGeTaT sHon PLAT THEREOF AS RECORD erD reserves thei mu Ito
IcNGRTcOTHE PLATHEREOF in .laim within sixty (60) Shell FlemiisDavis& Menge LARRYU MCALPINE, aoh., wive..........tiesioht 1o
ABKEGR -PE L DAOted 4-2108 days ater the sale. Plaintiff, P.O. on18 sDehen nts.w waive in9o mI4e i bd, to
FEOCe O F SAGE9 ROSA vs"a ... A E Pensaco B6 la Florida 32591 rejct any or all bids wit or
RE.eR .STAT OF ROSA OF THE CIRCUIT WITNESS MY HAND and the Telephone: 850R434-2411ER-OD OF SAL M GtWOS AutR`id ," thaauNi iANanddqn 1. accepts m
B,, f G, P I. COURT seal o this Court an Aprl17 Jason D. McLarty and Amy O. Tlp NERA E mit b c PRreste a h nta Rosac
NOTC F L eIDAir CLRKUT COURT CMAL 2008. H 1 McLarty, His Wife; USUnknown Jack Kn qht Jr .,9Aoty, FO Flo
Ap p-e-rs-,-niaieg.P -fil- ese CIRCUIT COURNT EADDRESS: Pates itsn Posesion #1; Un PCersona l Representative County, Florida
thrIhn t Pty BC a e4r RR M, Johnson owna Parties i Possession #2C ; 2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pci Santa Rosa Con does et dis.
Conr t ae r p rof the Circuit Court ti living, a aD aUnknoSn Par- 042608 sA st to an Order or SummaryS ol on th dos s of
N r gNowner n I e a tueo is 04icin i thse nsi rfcm,
. 02608 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL tes c h l MiTby, through, cuder 050308 Final Judgment foreclosure c olor, national ori, see oreN
penen; mustfie, 050308 By Brant Norris againsT hme above named .4-k dated December 27. 2007 and ionagorian ced seo
051008DeputyCinchknown to whador t0 arn unteri s mn employment or provision
Dated this 20 day of March 0570 be d Ai alive Leal n Ap ore ,o eric
200. k Ao042608 whether said Uniknown Partis eh. on Case No service
-050308 ray cloini an isuterest cas TSALVAcING OFCT '^ NORTH -.52007CA00085 saXXXX)X o 04260B
MARY0 M JOHnSON ad Legal 4/442 4EXHISos, Heirs, Devins Grain WEST F ORIDA HA UPF eCcuitloccI AS the FOR fileTRV-
Clerk M_ o J the NrSONal ouOt INrTE CIRCIT C OF AN ITn or Other Claimants' PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOL ducol Circuit C? a nd DFr S LAa INC.
ClerkoftheCirit out EXHIBIT A R OF LOW ING VESSELS AND VEot Rosa C Folsie, Fotree in. lr _
CIRCUIT COU RT SEAL THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Legal 4/444 Defendants) CLES THAT WAS RECOVERED, AURORA I N SERVICES LLC
By: Brondy orris IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA ..... T C lWH iC H REMAINS UN in Pl aointii aid LARRY
Deputy Clerk COUNTY, FLORIDA 2IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF, NE F LAiTIFF Q e1 CLAIMED OR FOR WHICH RE" MCALPINE GENA P_
CIVIL DIVISION THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- COVERY,'TOWING OR STOR- MCALPINE" BRENTWOOD
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID CASE NO.: CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND AGE REMAIN UNPAID. OWNERS' ASSOCIATION
J. STERN PA ATTORNEY 57-2 CA-393 FOR SANTA ROSA NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVENour- INC. OPTION ONE MORTa
FOR PLAiTIFF TO YCOUNTY an to an Order e chedculn eor/,M I ei/t,,N 2d00.2 KIA GAGE CORPORATInON- UN Legal 4/455
801 S. University Drive Suite SUNTRUST BANK CASE NO. 07-CA-01 117 oreclosure sole dated April 0, KNDJA72e921528 97 KNOWN TENANT NO. 1
500 Plaintf t,. .C NK UA NAT-NAL 2008 entered in Civil Case No Yes M5VI 10991 Sot UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Plantation, FL 33324 vS' .HSB. BANAON 3U5 L niNKl-W T THE FIRST JUDICIAL ClR-
E GOLD etad9r Fo the dC ircui CL er 1991RE Spr --an G INTERES...S.BCUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
!a5,2t33-8000ROGER S. GOLDEN A/K/A ASSOCIATIONuASETRUSTEE Court of the s Judicial Circuit Cra SCR62012F091 CLAIMING INTERSTS Y
danM ROGER SEAN GOLDENEa EUAC UIT L .OANRU a d 1 San Rosa CoUdt 20S 0R- Nt THROUGH. UNDER O ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Defendants. FAAloriHa wIheTreirnarIk N- N 1 AGAINST A NAMED DEFEND-
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SERIES 2006-OP2 ASSET tional ABNPl .so' SAFSN1ED28T31C543133 ,NT TO THIS ACTIOR OR CASE NO. 2007-395-CA
AMERICANS WITH N CE BCKEDPASS-THROUGH CER- D. McLorty and Amy 0 N 98 NT HAVING OR CLAIMING TO DIVISION B
DISABILITIES ACT, persons with TIPICATES, McL HisWifearedeend- Yepr/Modeh/VI TITLE OR
disabilities needing a special TO: Plaintiff, taL.,ants"illsello thehighest 1700IHTAA1780DHA19952 INTEREST IN THETPROPERTY U.S. BANKNATIONAL AS-
accommodation should contact ROGER S. GOLDEN A/K/A vTH.. .t)anes NOidder for casT, ATEREIN DESCRIE OCIATION AS TRUSTEE
COURT ADMINISTRATiON, at ROGER SEAN GOLDEN WIt UAM M RANDALL, a l THE NORTH FRONT DOON OF The location of the auction will tenants, I sill selD ,h hr,0De FOR BEAR STEARNS ALT-A
the SANTA ROSA County LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Defendants THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY nbt 5015BRAXTON LANE bset bidder for cash r l V TRUST 2006-3.MORT-
Courthouse at 8259 GULF BLVD COURT, NA-.COURTHOUSE LOCATED AT PACE, FL. 2571 n MAY north Front Door of the Santa GAGE PASS-iHROUGH
10800-955-8771 FDD or VARRE FL 32566 rCE OF FORECLO 6865 CAROLINE STREET, MIL- TRE /0ET@ ,.:LI JAMRosaCBn7Ara thoe, 6865 CERTIFICATES, SERIES
1-800-955Rl .8770,avo Fcor 73a ALSO2ATEMPTENSERVCEATRRE .TON FLORIDA ATI11-00A-M ..Caroline Stree, Miton FL Pla2n0 ,
RelayService. 7332 GRAND NAVARRE ....................... CENIRAL STANDARD TIME 043608o i2570 e SantolRosa Centy,
BLVD., NAVARRE, FL 32566 NOCE P r May 20, 2008, the lollovm 042608Florida at I :00 armc CST on
042608 7338 GRAND NAVARR nsiant Ioa 0 a F ludagmnt1 r described tpopeiry as setI.L49 nJn2 8,f tirelol to sc
BLVD. FL 32566inanaidentore a" in".s e gecInbaeJudgmentao-w.ds poIerlty as se R
4/444 CURRIENT MAILING ADDRESS: 2008 and entered. inC .. No. m stin said r Final CHARLES E. GRIX, otal,
Legal 4/439RPO, BOX 6148, NAVARRE Fl u/07-CA-3, 117, of the Circuit LOT2 BLOCK B ROYAL PINES Legal 4/450 Judgment, to-wit: Defendant(s).
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CURRENT RESIDENCE IS UN in and for SANTA ROSA VISION OF A PORTION OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LOT 26 BLOCK D OF PHASE 0 HED
FOR SANTA ROSA KNOWN Co-unt/y,,cida, ,, wlreremmSBC SECTION, 10 TOWNSHIP I THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT II BRENTWOOD SUBDIVI
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO- UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BA.KUS,, NA, ONAL A NORTH RANGE 29 WEST, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA SION ACCORDING TO THE
BATE DI'JISION ROGER S. GOLDEN AK/A ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR SANTA IROSA COUNTY, FLO- COUNTY FLORIDA PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN fur-
-Cp136 ROGER SEAN GOLDEN ACE SECURITIES CORP. HOME IDA AS RECORDED IN PLAT CASE NO. 05-68 CA01 IN FLAT BOOK 9, PAGE 54, scantaonOrder Rescheduna
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS' EQUITY LOA TT SERIES BOOK B AT PAGE 150 OF OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF Foreclosure Sale dated 18
IN RE. ESTATE OF 8259 GULF BLVD. COURT, NA- 2006-0P2 ASSET BACKED THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR CApril, 2008 and entered im
VARRE, FL 32566 PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- COUNTY Case NO,2007-395-CA at Ire
RONALD GENE PINYOt4I ALSO ATTEMPTED SERVICE AT: CATES, is a Plaintiffand WL INC as nAomineer CHASE Circuit Court the FIRST Judi
Deceased. 7332 GRAND NAVARRE LIAM M RANDALL, IF LIVING, ANY PERSON CLAIMING HOME FINANCE LLC succes- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN cial Circuit in oaid lor SANTA
BLVD., NAVARRE, FL 32566 AND IF DEAD THE UN- AN INTEREST IN THE SUr b rr HASE MAN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS ROSA County F orida whmerein
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 7338 GRAND NAVARRE NW S tU HEIRS1DE- PLUS FROM THE SALE IF HA'TANfMy RTGAGE CORPO- FROM THE SALE. IF ANY, US, BANK NATIONAL ASSO-
BLVD..NAVARRE FL32566. VIENE S CEDTORS ANYS OTHER THAN THE RATION successor to CHEMI- OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY CIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR
The administration of the estate CURRENT MAILING ADDRESS- ,ES, T ,EORS C C,,- IRu PROPERTY OWNER AS OF CAL RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF BEAR STEARNS ALT-A TRUST
oh RONALD GENE PINYON P.O. BOX 6148, NAVARRE FL u TRUCESS ANb ALL OTHE, l THE DATE OF THE LIS CORPORATION, THEELIS PENDENS MUST FLEA 2006-3 MORTGAGE
AEedoteNofIdeath 32566 PARES CLAIMING AN INTER PENDENS MUST FILE A Flantff CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
CURRENT RESIDENCE IS UN- EST BY 'THROUGH UNDER CLAIMWITHIN S s TERTHESALCT
was March 20 2008'D Pie Mv" Plainti 063f- -CR She.
FiseKNOWN OR AGAINST WILLI MAFTERMESALE.nt CHARLESEGRX;
Number"57-20db-CF-I 16,,isRGfra rsn withadisa- LINDA JUAREZ-GRIX-
ndin intheCircuiC uritor RANDALL IF LIVING AND IF TDJOSEPHE BOVLES, Ill, etux. I a CHARD J I
SFosalCrid YOU ARE NOTIFIED thoEan ac DEAT at MILTON, Florida, this ealt. bii who needs any accom- HO RS OI
te Division the address ofD lion for Foreclo urn a M ESart, 'TH UN ,,N 16 oh April, 208. Dehendantls)., mo aton in order Io participate TION INC.; MORTGAGE
which is6495 aroline Street geth lw gASSIGNEESs n y tELECYRONIC'REGISTRATION
P.O. Box 472 Milton F( scribed property: LIENORS ..REDITORS TRU. MARYMC LERK FTHE CIRCUSed atno cost Taoyou, to the MSYNTE
32570. The noamend ad........ES .........THE CLERK IOF T provision of certain assistance. MS.OINCORPORATED
dresses f the persona. I repr SEE EXHIBIT 'A" TS Ab ALTEREDE RTB COLRT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pus Please contact the Clerk of the AS NOMINEE FOR COUNTRY-
se.tot.e .and the personal EXHIBIT"A"CL G ANI S CIRITCOURTSAL tJdg Court's at 850-6230135 WIDE HOME LOANS, INC.,
THROUGHSTEKUNDERINE.. BSanta Rosa County, Florida meant Scheduhin Foreclosure 6865 Caroline Street, Fl TO MACFN
re nM t-rneysare s.et AGAIeN ST KARNE G B, us Sale eteTHROUGHdU 18,00 32.n I, si oreknSor #1NUCTION INC N TENANT
All creditors of the decedent Lwt3,dUnEiLAdEo RANDALL; UNKNOWN TEN- Deputy.Clerk in now d' d. call#1NTe N/K/AK AULTENANT #2
and.or. honingnc.d.m... evloIs3an d ;f ar, ,the D s Ais -58.1 N/K/A SHAUNET NICHOA
the persons having d e ent o ...... ., .,ourtth, style o6fwhc isind- are8I Defendants,-Iswill se to
ordemand stadecenear esubasaneof Bech S3ubd9ini will sell to he ,highest and best SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP cdilla ve h d bet DATED Floridn the highest and best bidder for
estate on wham a copy ofarhis csna' firstaAddition,CmecanidSnta RsaDSTEPS OF THE SANTA
must fife their c lo served sior A dCommercial County Crhouse 801CaaR. 10004 N. D1le Mabry Hugh- bidder or cash at the Front April 22,2008. ca
n ic' atim" serois v Seh this B1 9 iMonioFls recorded in Plot . -00 A way, Suite 112 North Courthouse Steps of
court.WITHIN-HELATER OF3 Boon8 thes90 mc Recod9 o n 21,:-068t, the follow-I Tmy,60, 18 the .ANTA ROSA County MARYM. JOHNSON all1:00AM onthe22
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF of thEscebuicnRecordsy Flora a ribed prop as set813 80-8888y Courthouse 6865 AsClerk CircuilCour day, 2008, the afolow-
THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF h;th',.,eof re- in Said Final Judgment, toFC Shn said FinalJidmeet.
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYSAF cordinothe TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF Pborde n oPrdt L o Bw K .....04260827 dayo May 2008 the O- As Deputy Clerk
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON the atPublic Record San.. ..ta.... 050308 hawing described properly as LOT 1' BLOCK C,
-n.4EM Rosa County, Florida. ,I~r TION WOODS PHASE I, AC'- 4/44r set forrh in said Order or final SMITH, HATT & DIAZ, PA. PRITCHAD POINT SUBDI-
All other creditors of the dCce-ORDING.TO THER ILA---Judgment, to-wit: Attorneys tr Plaintiff' VSO ACCORDN T
Parcel Identification Number. THEREOF AS RECORDED INU 1143E T THEREOF AS RE-
claim rer mands aaAin, 28-25-269340-000000030 F, B K 10 P LegalS 447THE N 88.5 OF LOT 1, Fort Lauderdale, FL CORDED IN PLAT BOOK E
deceJent's estate must file their b AND 1'OF" PUBLICREC- e "/4 BLOCK 3 LOTS 2 AND & 33339-1438 PAGE 22, OF THE PUBLIC
claims with this court WITHIN 3 has been filed against you and .... O SATAROSAF ONRECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
M.Omru,-.TsiuOTFvecs u-nTOF, you are reaiured to serve a COUNTY, FLORIDA. INT I.I TCOURT FB UBIVISION. ACCORD- 0K42608COU


THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF copy of you, written defenses, if .IT T H P E
F cy cm op eA on c awing an intrn
THI ERS TUOLICATION OF iytuwnM shad 5e nA p.ran interest OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR GD ETO. PLTHAT E- O 50308
THIS NOTICE. aLny, toAi, o MArsha -20 in lie sur lu rom the sle i SANTA ROSA COUNTY CORDED IN PLAT BOOK A, L4,1A
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS whase address is 1800 NW any, otherItnan Theppta
SETFORTH IN SECION 49TH STREET, SUITE 120 owner as of the date of the lis Division#:C
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA FT. LAUDERDALE FL 3336pen.,,seesale UN:
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR on or before May 26, 2008, a 60 days after e sale. UNC
EVER BARRED date which m within thirt. e No HSB akaSAtN
NOT TISTANDING THE days afer the first public I a MARY M. OHNSON C IANas es



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p 4 ,pPltotespc s A KNOWNRASiTANKLS TRUT UnowriPMte inn Passer ions MARY Mtes JOHNSON T 686
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A/K/A 2036 PRITCHARD


POINT DRIVE, NAVARRE, FL


April 26, 2008




Reward LOST


3266 2-Bassett Hounds in the
Any person claiming an Munson School area.
interest in tpe surplus 850-336-2385
from the sate, i any,
othwner than th pVperf, Toy FOX Terrier
the LisPenins must file a Lo on Hwy. 90 in Pace.
claim within sixty (60) Female. White with dark
days after the sale. patches. Answers to
WITNESS MY HAND and the 'Peanut". She is so much
seal of this Court on April 21, a part of our family and
2008. is probably wondering
Mary M. Johnson where we are If you have
Clerk of the Circuit Court any information please
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL call 251-867-3836 or
y:De Jp Watlis 408-348-7890.
Deputy Clerk
042608
050308


Se 4456 Found
Legal 4/4 Large, black
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Lab/Rottweiler mix.
FOR SANTA ROSA 18501206.18536
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO- 852-83
BATE DIVISION Fo d T Chihuahua
File No. 57-2008-CP-124 Found Tan Chihuahuae Fr-
Division Female, round ine ror-
est Rd. area, Friday
IN RE: ESTATE OF 4/11. Call to identify
DONALD MORELL BROCK- 478-4522
Deceased. Young Calico Female
Sed Foundon Barley Road
Very friendly. 994-2421
The admin istration of Ihe estate
of Donald Morel Brocket de- .-J"
ceased, whose date of eath
was December 17, 2007, is /
pendinsin the Circuit Court (or /
Santo osa Counly, Florid a .
Probate Division, lhe address o i L
which is P.O. Box 472 Milton o:r ...
FL 32572 The nomes and a- .
dresses of the personal repre -
sentative and the personal e

All creitors of the deceden IAL
and other persons having caimirs
or demands against decedent's 2100 Pets
estate ron whom a copy of this 2110 Pets Free to
notice, s required to be served Fre
must file their claims with this c Home
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 2120 Pet Supplies
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF 2130 Farm Animals/
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Supplies
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- o
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF 2140""- Pets/Livestock
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON Wanted
THEM. All other creditors of the 2150 Pet Memorials
decedent and other persons
havi g claims or demands
against decedent's estate must r
fiPo their claims with this counic
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER r ....
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- 0U
CATION OF THIS NOTICE. ,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Chocolate and yellow
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS labs. 4 left. Price negotia-
SET FORTH IN SECTION ble fo a aood home
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA a Ml4/0 8.lho.
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- du/O8b /194/U0. bhos.
EVER BARRED. Ready o o. 981 -9542
NOTWITHSTANDING THE or 776-8594
TIME. PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED IU for Ad
TWO 121 YEARS OR MORE AF- option"
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE Rescued yellow Lob,
OF DEATH 15 BARRED. male, 7-8 yrs. old,
Tr ..... i up-to-dote all shots, neu-
The date o f first publication of -
this notice is April 26, 2008. tered. Good with chil-
dren. Fee $58
'Attorney for Personal Represent- 304-1 504
alive:
/s/Jason A. Waddell
Attorney tar Kalhy Klaer -
Florida Bar No. 529352 i
Waddell Waddell &
Breozeal', P.A. r 2A 10
1108-A ortLh 12Lh Avenue -1
Pensacola, FL 32501 Free Kitten
Telephone- (850434-8500 To a good home
Fax: 18501 4340A971 5 weeks old.
Personal Representatlive: 994-5393
s/Koty Klager
Kathy ainaer
N67 2, pm172 Sunset Dr, -
Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
042608 ,1,,
4/48 HAPPY JACK (R)
-_________ Mange Medicine: pro-
Lmoles healing & hair
Legal 4/457 growth on dogs & horses
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2/1 N. Milton Area
$525 month
341-8128
Milton
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for rent on Grace St.
Fenced back voarid. No
pets. \'Voater furnished.
$450/mth $250/dep.
Call 623-5734 or
626-0740


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Milton
4-plex reduced
$1-99 500
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Milton
Newest 3 BR/1z BA
duplex. All ceramic tile.
Stove Fridge. I side
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shed. Nice neighbor-
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$675 month. 626-2928.


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Unfurnished 2/BR
duplex $550/mth
$400/dep. No pets.
Call: 994 7246


Pace
2/1 in Wal-Marl area.
$525: month/$300.
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East Milton
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home. I shady acre. 1
car arage. $850 mo.
$850 dep. 626-9844.
Available in May.

Milton 2 Bedroom 1
both duplex for rent. Two
units available. No pets.
994-9391

Milton
2 New brick homes
1,450 Sq Ft, 3BD/2BA,
oversized garage,
fenced bac yard, all
stainless steel appliances,
with refrigerator and
W/D, wooden blinds,
1 year lease negotiable
with military $1,000mo
/$850 dep pet deposit;
3 minutes Miton, 12 min-
utes Pensacola.
850-267-0440 or
615-957-8999

Milton
3/2 3-stories by Milton
High School, $795/mth
$795/security. Don
Cumbie Realty ask for
Barbara 377-6787

Milton
3/BR 2/BA double car
garage, available now.
military clause honored.
Pets al owed with pet fee,
925/mth
800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or
529-7899

Milton
3/BR 2/BA, newly
remodeled. Fenced in
back yard. $850/mth
$850/dep. 501-6220 or
686-0602

Milton
4/2/2 $1,275
Thousand Oaks, Avail.
June 15, 08.
850-826-0832

Milton
Clean 2/BR 1/BA,
stove, ret. No pets,
non-smoking environ-
ment, Berryhill area.
$795/rent $700/dep.
994.5946

Milton
Small house for rent on
Cedar St, Great for sen-
iors. Rent $450, deposit
$250. Call 626-0740 or
623-5734 No pets.


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6 ...14013
North Milton
3/BR, 1/BA$650/mth
$300/dep. or 3/BR
/BA $600/mlh
$300/dep. No pets.
675-6614
Pace
2 Bedroom 2 bath.
$675 mlh.By appoint-
ment. Mary Blair
626-0287
Pace
3/3 Large doublewide
1800 sq ft. Oak shaded
yard, quiet street
spotless, $995/mlh plus
security. 877-511-0624
Pace
5 Points area 3/2,
sun room, fire pace, pri-
vacy fenced, 2-car gar-
aoe. $1050/mth
$700/dep.
(850)255-2590



Milton
Roommate wanted to
share expenses in my
home (non smoking envi-
ronment). $500. month -
includes utilities.
850)686-2918
after 6:30 pm)
Roommate Wanted
Share house $550.
month. Utilities included.
Furnished or unfurnished.
Chumuckla area. Enjoy
beautiful country living,
20 minutes to Pace.
$250. deposit. Safe
neighborhood, good
schools. 995-7803


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Milton
Glover Lane. Unfurnished
room with bath. Refrig &
microwave available. No
laundry facilities, pets, al-
cohol drugs. Must have
cell phone and
vehicle.$75/wk Cell:
850)206-1299
1 lamr-1 pm)



3/2, C/H&A, equipped
kitchen, W/D hookup,
large fenced yard, quiet
and private, screened
back porch. Close to 110.
$600 month. $600 de-
posit. Accepting applica-
tions. 206-2147

Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month.Section 8/Hud ac-
cepted. Call 994-5703


Commercial build-
inps/Doqwood
$295,000.00
Commercial build-
ing/Stewart St
$250,000.00
Commercial 2 Acres
cleared $260,000.00
Century 21 Danley Re-
alty, Inc
CALL LYNDA DAY
850-293-5339

Great a ri-business
site with 8000 sq. ft. of-
fice and several green-
houses on 20 acres in
north Santa Rosa County.
Call 850-814-4307 for
more information.
Investment Properties for
sale. 2 for 1.
4989 Canal St.
5593 Okalooso St.
$50,000 Cash
516-6914


EAST MILTON
5.4 cleared acres, older
mobile home water sep-
tic power. $70,000.00
850-554-3507
HOME SITES
1/2 acre partially
cleared lot
$25,000.00
Waterfront lot 100 ft
n water
126,000.00
4 Acres Pace-mature
oaks $200,000.00
50 Acres north of Mil-
ton w/a Creek
$499,900.00
HCD LAND
Commercial 1 Acre
lot/cleared
$135,000,00
Commercial 2 Acres
cleared $260,000.00
Century 21 Danley Re-
ally Inc
CALL LYNDA DAY
850-293-5339
LOG CABIN & 20+
cres only
S119900. Own the
ream1 New 1,800 sf
lo cabin package. Near
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utes Jacksonville. Poten-
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lent financing. Call now
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Milton
20 acres, Zoned agri-
cultural. 2 blocks off of
Stewart Street. Reduced
to sell. 994-6283
Villa Garcon:
* .85 Acre waterfront lot
on the Bay
* .90 Acre lot 1 block
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* 14.72 acres on Ward
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+ 2.88 Acres in Milton
Call Wanda Jordan
850-384-0925 or John
Jordan 850-420-0133
Navarre Beach Realty_


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




'89 Montero. Power
windows, power door
locks. Cold A/C & Heat.
CD player. $1,000.
(850)623-4278


S 8130
'87 Chev 510
Clean, 2.54 cyl., fuel in-
jection, good heater and
radio. $1,000 obo
(850)623-4278


JEWI uyLAY


42' Custom
Sportfish
Express For Sale
Custom built in 1996 by
Panama City boot
builder. Cold molded
hull A/C cabin, galley
and bathroom (new Teak
& Holly floors in BR),
New Underwater lights,
sleeps 4 in cabin, new
Furuno Novnet Plotter &
Radar, Robertson Auto Pi-
lot, FloScan Loran, Mar-
lin Tower, 2 driving sta-
lions (up and down. 1,
built in coolers and fish-
boxes, outriggers, 12KW
Kuboto generator, Bow
Thruster, range approx.
320kmiles, 18-20k not
cruise @ 23- 30GPH,
max. 26knots, Approx
250hrs SMOH by Soun-
ders. Owner has bought
larger boat, must sell,
prior appraisal at ap-
prox. 350,000. Asking
$159,000. Cal
850-832-2542




Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
compatable year) to rob
or buy parts off, Please
call B861-5745. eave
message if no answer.






NEW TIJAV

2006 Suzuki Z400
with low hours, in reat
condition. $4000
564-5960 or
390-6655


Marlborough Village
3 bedroom/2 bath. Nice
Yard. $600 mth. $600
Dep. 723-2532
Millon
1 Mile south of Whiting
Field, 2/BR, with air,
covered entry & all elec-
tric. Just remodeled,
washer hook up.
$400/mth $300/dep.
unfurnished. Includes gar-
baqe pickup. No pets.

Milton
3/BR 2/BA Dou-
blewide 4226 Starwood
Court $650/mth
$300/dep. No pets, to-
tal electric. Bay Crest Re-
994-7918
Milton
5113 Ridgway Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA total electric,
private lo. $525/mth
300/dep.t No pets. Bay
Crest Realty
994-7918
Milton
Marlboro Village
2/BR 2/BA, home ust re
modeled. Total electric,





o thudeposit.
Covered entry. No pets
$450/mth, $350/dep.
626-6464a aer 5:00pm.
Milton
Quiet Park 2006
2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
non-smoking. $545 per
month plus deposit.
626-1552
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
bape included.
,$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Pace
/1 in pork. $435/mth
T200/dep. No
pets.Water and garbage
u7rnished. Bay rest Re
994-7918
Pace
3/BR 2/BA dou-
blewide, 4832 Guernsey
Rd. $750/mth
$5 00/dep. No pets, to-
tal electric. Bay Crest Re-
994-7918
Pace/Chumucklo
2/1 recently remodeled.
All electric. Covered front
porch. $395 plus de-
994-8865 or 994-6212
Pea Ridge
2/1 in Jab Court,
$450/mth $200/dep.
Total Electric, no
pets.Water and garbage
tarnished
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


Andora BlDeer Run

Country Village


Now Accepting Applications
For I & 2 Bedroom

Apartments

Call
994-4353


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette/ Free Press


62l irpA 2008


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



6491 Oakcrest Lane
Milton


New
Construction
Brick 1350 Sq.
Ft. House for
Sale
3BR, 3B 75 x 120 lot
Central H&A, Elec
Ran e, DW Sep. Din&
Bkfst area, inside laun-
dry.'MBR WIC MB Sep.
Sh. & Tub $144,900
ph#850-937-8506
EAST MILTON
1500 sf home, 3/1, one
acre detached shop, of-
fice building. Persimmon
Hollow Road.
$125,000.00
850-554-3639
Hickory Hammock
Road 3 acres, 3 bed-
room /2 bath, all brick
plus "2w25sf workshop".
Coil Wando Jordan at
Navarre Beach Realty
850-384-0925
HOMES FOR SALE
1 acre lot near Whiting
Field with a 3 bedroom
2 bath home
$148,000.00


Brand new...all brick
home. 3 bedrooms 3
baths...nice size lot
$120,000.00 5119
Cherry Blossom Ln, Mil-
ton
Century 21 Danley Re
ally Inc
CALL LYNDA DAY AUTOMOI"V IM NE
850-293-5339 RECRETtOAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
n'cn ;:,' 8130- Trucks
y iO(# ~ 8140- Vans
Navarre 8150o Commercial
SsNavar b 8160- Motorcycles
2 stor, 4 br, 2V/2 bao 8170 Auto Parts
2150sf home on 6rge & Accessories
natural lot. 9' ceilings, 8210 ats
separate living & dining 8220 Personal Watercraft
rooms, eat-in Kitchen. Lg. 8230 Sailboats
whirlpool tub and sepa- 8240 Boal & Marine
rate shower in master Supplies
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa- 8310 Aircratt/Aviation
ferfront neighborhood. 320- AV/Off Road Vehicles
Priced to sell at the 8330 Campers & Trailers
reduced price of 8340 Molorhomes
$248,750. Call 850
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.
Pace 8110
Rent to Own.
3 or 4 bedroom, 2 bath. Ford Mustang
New Central Heat & Air. 2003
Mostly remodeled. White with arey interior
Behind Wal-Mart. 94K miles. Great condi-
4832 Andrea Lane. tion. Excellent Carl
Requires $5,995. to $6500. Please call
move in, $995. 240-4145
per month. 458-1227


2000 Double wide
28' X52'.
Never lived in,
$36,000.
(850)626-0156




ASHEVILLE, NC
Mountain Acreage
Homesites From
$49,000 Excellent fi-
nancing available Call
(877)890-5253 x3973
www.seeriverhighlands
ny.com.

NEW ARIZONA
LAND RUSH! 1 or
2-1/2 "FOOTBALL
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DOWN. $0 INTEREST.
$159-$208 PER
MONTH! MONEY BACK
GUARANTEE!
(866)819-2485 or
wwvw.sunsitedsandrush
cornm.
Tennessee-Affordable
lake properties on
pristine 34,000 acre
Norris Lake. Over 800
miles of shoreline. Call
Lakeside Realty TODAY!
(888)291-5253 or visit
www.lakesidereally-tn.
com.
VA MOUNTAIN
PROPERTY, 15ac with
Views & Creek,
$49,900. 30a with
Views & 3 Creeks
$84,900. Heavily
Wooded & 3000+ Eleva-
tion. 10% Down/EZ Fi-
nancing.
800)230-6380,
Ext. 126.
VIRGINIA
MOUNTAINS Log
cabin shell on 2 private
acres near very wide
trout stream in the Galax
area and New River
State Park, $139,500.
Owner 866)789-8535.




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