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Arrest made in cold case



o Suspect was arrested in Tallahassee after 13 years


By JENi SENTER
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Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Office Public Information
Officer Sgt. Scott Haines
called a press conference
Thursday morning to
announce the resolution of a
Santa Rosa Counti, homicide


that
occurred
over a
decade
ago.
O n
May 7, a
warrant
w a s


Cannon


issued for Kimberly Mary
Cannon, 40, a Hispanic
female living in Tallahassee,
for one first-degree felony
count of Homicide-Willful
Kill. Cannon is accused of
murdering her third husband,'
Darren Kelley, 23, and dis-
posing of his body on the


property they had lived at
and married on.
After the warrant was
issued, Santa Rosa County
investigators traveled to
Leon County and met with
Leon County Sheriff's
Deputies who assisted with
the apprehension of Cannon.


When Cannon was taken
into custody, she attempted
to escape by slipping out of
her handcuffs and fighting
with the deputy transporting
her to the Leon County Jail.
She tried to disarm the
deputy by attempting to
remove his gun from his hol-


ster. She also tried to run
away and at this time she
was tased by the deputy and
taken back into custody.
Cannon has been mar-
ried 5 times, Kelley was her
third husband and she is cur-
rently married to her fifth
See CANNON Page 4A


City of Milton


is considering


emergency fees


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
Non-Milton residents
could be paying up if they
need police or fire services.
The Milton City Council
will conduct a public hearing
on Tuesday for public input
concerning a Police and
Emergency Service
Response' User Fee for
responding to motor acci-
dents.
Tuesday's public hearing
will be at 5 p.m. in the
Milton City Council
Chambers.
According to Milton
Mayor Guy Thompson this
fee is in line with what is
being done in. other cities
around the nation.


"With the lack of dollars
and increasing needs cities
had to become more creative
in generating revenue," said
Thompson. "The burden of
the police department or fire
department should not be
shouldered by the city tax-
payers only.
"This is something
insurance companies will
pay for when they receive
the bill and it will be sent to
those who are non-city tax-
payers."
In recent weeks the city
passed a resolution request-
ing the county not to cut
their funding they receive,
but this fee was in the works
long before that resolution
See MILTON Page 5A


Does three-tier


plan affect dual



enrollment kids


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Over the past several
months there has been pas-
sionate debate about the
changes the Santa Rosa
County School Board has
been forced to make as a
result of the critical budget
deficits for this year and the
next fiscal school year.
' One of the most heated
issues is the change to a
three-tiered busing system
effective next school year. In
this transportation schedule,
buses will pick up elemen-
tary, middle, and high school
students and transport them
to school at staggered times.
Most county high
schools will be looking at a
9:15 a.m. start time for next
year. Most elementary
schools are going to begin at
7:15 a.m. and most middle
schools will start at 8:15 a.m.,
Many parents and stu-
dents who are upset with the
change in scheduling for the
schools say the three-tier
schedule will affect elemen-
tary children's sleep; the


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ability to have a younger
child supervised * after
school; high school students
ability to work and partici-
pate in sports or other
extracurricular activities;
and now, a new issue is
being raised. What effect
will the new three-tier bus-
ing schedule and start times
have on students who attend
college through the dual
enrollment program?
Dual Enrollment allows
students to simultaneously
earn credit toward a high
school diploma and a college
degree or career certification
in their junior and senior
years. Courses often take
place on the community col-
lege campus with college
instructors either during
school hours, in the half-day
programs, or during the stu-
dents' free time in the after-
noon and at night.
Tuition and academic
fees are free to high school
students enrolled in Dual
Enrollment. The student
pays special fees such as
See DUAL Page 5A


Carriers

holding

food drive
Today is National Letter
Carrier's Day and your letter
carrier will be out collecting
canned goods left inside mail
boxes and in bags next to
your mail box.
If you forgot about this
day and would like to donate
non-perishable food items to
this worthy cause you can
take them by your post office
and drop them off.


National group still behind Markes


By JENI SENTER
jsenter @srpressgazette.comr
The National
Lissencephaly Network is
still backing Erin Brittany
Markes, 19, who was arrest-
ed March 28 after lawmen in
Santa Rosa County alleged
she neglected her son.
Markes' arraignment
was reset on Tuesday due to
a conflict in the schedule of


Markes' defense attorney.
James "Bart" Countess, from
the Tallahassee-based
Arrowood law firm has
taken over her criminal case
from the public defender.
The criminal arraign-
ment was previously con-
tinued to May 7 at the
request of the State
Attorney's Office. Assistant
State Attorney Will Nelson


had told Judge Ron
Swanson the State needed
additional time to complete
its investigation into the
allegations of felony neg-
lect. The new tentative date
for her criminal arraign-
ment has been set for May
28 at 9 a.m.
President of the
National Lissencephaly
Network Dianna Fitzgerald


said on Wednesday repre-
sentatives from the organi-
zation will be at Markes'
May 28 court date. ,
"The Vice President
Mary Anne Ehrgott is com-
ing down with me to support
Erin," says Fitzgerald. "We
are still behind Erin 100%.
We continue to support her
and we are cooperating with
See MARKES Page 4A


Military appreciation activities underway


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.comn
The month of May has
been designated by Congress
as National Military
Appreciation Month to show
recognition and appreciation
to those on active duty in all
branches of the services, the
National Guard, and
Reserves, plus retirees, vet-
erans and all of their fami-


Santa Rosa County has
many who are serving or
have served the country in
the military. This is a time
for us all to think about the
sacrifices made by our mili-
tary and their families.
This year our service-
men and women need to
know all of us appreciate
their role in protecting and


defending our nation's free-
dom during times of peace
and times of war. National
Military Appreciation Month
includes VE Day, Military
Spouse Day, Loyalty Day,
Armed Forces Day, National
Day of Prayer, and Memorial
Day.
In recognition of the
armed forces, Chairman ,of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff U.S.


Marine Gen. Peter Pace said:
"During the month of
May we honor our Nation's
men and women in uniform.
You are quite simply the
finest Armed Forces in the
world, defending the United
States against a ruthless
enemy and demonstrating
remarkable resolve on land,
in the air, and on the seas.
See MILITARY Page 4A

,4


Testing the Emergency Response System in Santa Rosa County


Only




a test

Decontamination teams at Santa Rosa
Medical Center responded to patients
Thursday during a mock drill coordinated by
the Santa Rosa County Division of
Emergency Management. Officials simulat-
ed a train derailment involving a chemical
release in Milton as a Greyhound bus was
traveling nearby the simulated accident site
and numerous passengers were exposed to
the toxic fumes. During the exercise respon-
ders practiced coordinating multi-jurisdic-
tion procedural response to evacuations,
transportation, life safety, and environmen-
tal issues in an effort to increase their capa-
bilities. Local participants included the
Milton Police and Fire units, volunteer fire
departments from the area, Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's office, Santa Rosa medical
Center, Lifeguard Ambulance Service, Santa
Rosa County Health Department, and the
Santa Rosa Emergency Management.
Press Gazette photos
by jeni Senter








Pane 2-A Santa Rusas Press Gazette Saturday-May 10. 2008


SPEAK OUT


f.


Thursday, 8:21 p.m.


Milton needs to get on
the ball with putting in
sewer lines for the new
Wal-Mart on Highway 87
so there are a bunch of
new jobs, revenues, and
sales taxes. And it won't
just be Wal-Mart, but a
whole bunch of businesses
that always come around
it. They need to get on the
ball with that so we can
get the new Wal-Mart in
here.

Wednesday, 8:12 p.m.

I suppose my favorite
part of the paper has to be
viewpoints and especially
"our view."
What makes you think
the price of gas will drop
when they talk about this
October the cost of oil will
be $200 a barrel, which is
just around the corner.
I have enjoyed the arti-
cles very much about the
school system and I enjoy
it because you never know
what you will be talking
about.
And about "Who is
spending" by W.O. Jones.
He is a very smart man,
but does he have any solu-
tions for all the problems
he talks about.

Wednesday, 8:04 p.m.

Hi, this is Kay. I would
just like to commend who
ever painted the centerline
on West Spencerfield. It
looks really great, but why
didn't you paint the white
lines on the side. It is a
very dark road at night and
these lines are very much
needed. Thank you.

Wednesday, 8:28 a.m.

Yes, this is Marleen. I
would just like to address
the woman who flipped
me off at Dogwood and
Park Avenue. The right
hand turnr lane coming off
of Park Avenue is for right
hand turns or to go
straight. It is not a left
hand turn lane. Some peo-
ple need to be informed of
that.

Tuesday, 9:02 a.m.


Many residents think
text messaging and cell
phone use should be
against the law. We are
asking the State of Florida
to prohibit this dangerous
occurrence. Thank you,
this is Mel.
Editor's note: We
/believe Mel is talking
about this practice while
driving a car despite the
fact this was omitted dur-
ing her message.

Tuesday, 7:59 a.m.

Good morning, this is
Bill. In reference to the 40
something year old that
was suppose to have kid-
napped the 14 year old girl.
The law has been up to the
grandma's house several
times and now they find
them under her house. Why
wasn't she arrested and
charged. She knew where
they were. She was harbor-
ing them and helping them
out.
People like that should
be punished to set an
example for the future. I
think the grandmother
should be charged as a
principal or accessory in
all the crimes just like the
40 year old is charged
with. Thank you very
much.

Tuesday, 7:37 a.m.

My subject is- recy-
cling. Each time I put my
recycling in the large recy-
cle bins in Milton I have
noticed some sick, sick
individuals are putting raw
garbage there. Doesn't the
county get it? Large trucks
and recycling bins are
needed. This is our envi-
ronment. Thanks, Melba.


On-line
May 6


comment,


I thought they had a
three tier bus system now.
My elementary kids a K5
and second grader get on
the bus at a quarter after
six. That means they go to
bed at a half past seven and
get up a little after five
thiry. I think that is too
early for a six year old.


On-line
May 5


comment,


I have an 8 year old
that will be in the fourth
grade this fall. He will
have to get up at 6:15 am to
get ready and catch the bus
for school. I, meaning dad
don't get off of work until
5:00 p.m. It takes about an
hour to drive and pick him
up from daycare and then
drive home. After eating
dinner and doing home-
work he'll have to go to
bed. I know I am not the
only parent that has these
concerns. Kids in high
school are old enough and
should be responsible
enough to take care of
themselves for a few hours
before their parents come
home. High school should
begin earlier in the morn-
ing like it used to be.


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


Community
II


Reading Garden

lBagdad Elementary third grader Brandon Smith reads to
his grandmother Marilyn Smith on the deck of the reading
garden located just outside Jennifer Mayhair's classroom.
Mayhair used a $500 grant from the Santa Rosa
Educational Foundation to purchase the plants, furniture,
and books for the garden. In addition, she went a step fur-
ther by soliciting donations from Home Depot and
Pensacola Salvage to provide a deck for the children.
Volunteers Jason Mayhair and Paul Hazucha constructed
the deck. Mayhair says, "Parents and family are invited to
come and read in the garden'anytime."
Press Gazette photos by Jeni Senter


Hank ocklin Day






Hank Locklin Day


Today the City of
Milton will honor the
'Mayor of McLellan' Hank
Locklin at 7 p.m. at the
Imogene Theater in down-
town Milton.
Locklin, who made his
singing debut during the
1930's at WCOA in
Pensacola, is known for his
biggest hit, "Please Help Me
I'm Falling."
This hit spent 41 weeks
as Billboard's number one


song and was on the county
charts for a whopping 36
weeks.
Billboard's 100th
Anniversary issue listed it
as the number two most suc-
cessful country single of the
rock and roll era.
Locklin also became a
member of the Grand Ole
Opry back in 1960, he also
won the Cash Box Award
for Best Country Song of
1960.


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
proceeding 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: flgovernor@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) 4561414.

School Government

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


City Government

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

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


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


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Sheriff's Report


This is the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Report from
April 7 to April 15, 2008
Russell, Jakob Daniel;
Male; 26; 7617 Forester
Rd, Navarre; Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 4/8
Simmons, Terrance
Larhett; Male; 24; 5961
Queen Street, Milton;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to
Kill, Cocaine Sell
Schedule II, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 4/8/08
Weir, Jill Marie;
Female; 41; 7733
Poinciana PL, Milton;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription,
Marijuana Possess Not
More. Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use. 4/8/08
Easterling, - Jasmine
Deanne; Female; 16; No
address given; Battery 2nd
or Subseq Offense. 4/8/08
Richardson, Shalonda
Latrice; Female; 17;
Milton Girls Camp;
Battery 2nd or Subeseq
Offense. 4/8/08
Iish, Jasmine B;
Female; 26; 7597 Chablis
Circle, Navarre; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 4/8/08
James, Bobby Wayne;
Male; 37; 4361 Canton
Ct., Gulf Breeze; DUI.
4/7/08
Kirk Jesse Lee; Male;
23; 4740 Young Rd,
Crestview, FL DUI. 4/7/08
Ballard. Anthony
Edward; Male; 21;
Homeless; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling:
Unarmed; No Asslt/Batt,
Larc-Petit 1st Offense.
4/9/08
Belanger, Crystal
Renee;, Female; 29; 5703
Pine Ridge Dr., Milton;
Neglect Child W/O Great
Harm, Possess Meth
W/Intent to Sell
Manufacture Deliver (2
cts.), Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use,
Possess Listed Chemical
Wit Manufacture Cntrl
Subs. 4/9/08
Boisvert, John Robert;
Male; 38; 6822 Thunder
Ln, Milton; Neglect Child
W/O Great Harm, Possess


Meth W/Intent to Sell
Manufacture Deliver (2
cts.), Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use,
Possess Listed Chemical
Wit Manufacture Cntrl
Subs. 4/9/08
Cole, Charles William;
Male; 38; 2414 W. Young,
Pensacola; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 4/9/08
Scruggs, Richard Lee;
Male; 52; 5300 Tango Ln,
Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill, Battery-
Touch or Strike, Possess of
Weapon or Ammo By
Convicted Felon. 4/8/08
Shoemaker. Christian
Peter; Male; 18; 8977
Eagle Nest Dr., Navarre;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000,
Burglary-Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed,
Burglary-Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed (5
cts.), Larc-Petit 1st
Offense, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000 (3 cts.), Larc-
Grand of Firearm (3 cts.)
4/9/08
Williams, Daniel Ray;
Male; 24; 5121 Potomac
Dr., Pace; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription (3 cts.).
4/9/08
Parrish, Fred
Douglas; Male; 48; 488
NW Wilson St., Lake City,
FL; Possess Cocaine,
Retail Theft. 4/9/08
Caughey, Kenneth
Brandon; Male; 22; 5764
Charlene Dr., Milton;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence),
Marijuana Possess Over 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use.
4/12/08
Dean, Troy Jacob;
Male; 18; 112 Airport
Blvd., Pensacola;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/12/08
Folsom, Taylor
McAllister; Male; 38;
5629 Balsam St, Milton;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/11/08
Gonzalez, Rafael
Emilio; Male; 52; 5478
Hollow Oak Ln, Pace;
Failure to Appear for


Felony Offense. 4/11/08
Hamm, Robert
McArthur; Male; 39; 4299
Wilkerson Bluff Rd, Holt;
Probation Violation-
Felony, Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant.
4/13/08
Hammond, Demetrius
Deandre; Male; 25; 4857
Jaimee Leigh Dr., Milton;
Sex Offender Violation-
Fail to Report Name or
Residence Change.
4/11/08
King, Deric Scott;
Male; 23; 157 Deville Dr.,
Mary Esther; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG
King, Sonya Lynn;
Female; 32; 2777 Frazier
St, Bartow, FL; Homicide-
Neglig Mansl-Veh DUI
Cause Death to Any
Human, Marijuana Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams.
4/11/08.
Luke, Charles Jake;
Male; 31; 1993 Serose St.,
Navarre; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant
(domestic violence).
4/12/08
Moon, Vicki Lynn;
Female; 40; 5005 East
Lake Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/13/08
Palmer, Sean David;
Male; 33; 18 Cambridge
Ave, Pensacola; Burgl of
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed, Larc-Petit 1st
Offense. 4/13/08
Payne, Timothy Scott;
Male; 32; 113 Avenida,.
Pensacola Beach, FL;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/11/08
Rushing, Zackery
Devon; Male; 34; 5022
Queen St, Milton;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/11/08
Starnes, Robeye
Douglas; Male; 43; 5040
Braxton Ln, Pace; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 4/13/08
Scott, Louis Allan;
Male; 20; 4308 Log Lake
Rd, Holt; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG


Acha, Dena Leahanne;
Female; 31; 13750 Hwy.
89, Jay; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
4/13/08
Barrow, Richard Paul;
Male; 29; 835 Gonzales
Park Drive, Cantonment;
Burgi Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed,
Larc-Petit 1st Offense.
4/13/08
C.aputo, Senovia
Rennata; Female; 27; 4581
Davenport Lane, Pace;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 4/12/08
Gilmore, Bert
Anthony; Male; 27; 6873
Boots Ln, Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp 3rd or
Subseq Offense. 4/11/08
Hamrick, Danielle
Krystine; Female; 20;
5462 ABC Park Ct.,
Milton; Public Order
Crimes-Criminal Attempt
Solicit Conspire 3rd
Degree Felony, Aggrav
Asslt W/ Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill,
Battery-Touch or Strike.
4/12/08
Hill, III, Toliver
Cummins; Male; 17; 3020
Via Conquistadores,
Navarre; Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Larc-
Petit 1st Offense. 4/11/08
Halls, Thomas Kevin;
male; 28; 4273 Audiss Rd,
Milton; DUI. 4/12/08
Thoni, Christopher
Thomas; Male; 45; 8 Allen
Road, Ft. Walton Bch;
Burgl of Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Petit
1st Degree Property $100
to Under $300. 4/11/08
Ward, James Drake;
Male; 47; 415 County Rd
166, Sand Rock, AL;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/11/08
Russell, Jakob Daniel;
Male; 26; 7617 Forester
Road, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. NDG
Moser, James Wesley;
Male; 52; 28682 Central
St, Andalusia, AL;
Fugitive From Justice.
NDG
Kothmann, Sebastian
Kord; Male; 32; 6523
Kennington Cir, Milton;


Possess Cocaine. 4/12/08
Rickard, Anthony
Scott; Male; 16; 7970
Skyview Blvd., Navarre;
Marijuana Distrib
Schedule I, Possess
Marijuana Over 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use. 4/11/08
Salter, Issac Jermaine;
Male; 27; 8690 Sharon
Lane, Pensacola; Larc-
Theft is $300 Or More But
Less Than $5,000. 4/12/08
Sanders, Brian Chase;
Male; 25; 2220 Gloria
Circle, Pensacola; Aggrav
Battery-Person Uses A
Deadly Weapon (domestic
violence). 4/12/08
Stone, Brandon
Stewart; Male; 20; 16281
Perdido Key Dr.,
Pensacola; Larc-Theft is
$300 Or More But Less
Than $5,000. 4/11/08
Wimberley, Angela
Dawn; Female; 42; 6627
Grace St., Milton; Drugs-
P6ssess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana
Possess-Not More Than 20
Grams. 4/11/08
Demay, John Herman;
Male; 43; 2078 Wind Trace
Rd South, Navarre; DUI.
4/11/08
Lowry, Dexter Brooks;
Male; 23; 6242 Foxglove
Rd, Milton; DUI. 4/11/08
Cowan, Jr., Alvin
William; Male; 38; 227
Rosalyn Blvd, Pensacola;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$200 and Under, Burglary
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Grand
Theft $5,000 or More Less
Than $10,000. 4714/08
Crutchfield, Wayne
Eugene; Male; 34; 39231
Willie Earl Buck Rd, Bay
Minette, AL; Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Property
Under $20,000. 4/14/08
Hammett, Donald
Steven; Male; 19; 5145
Ridgeway Blvd., Milton;
Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 4/14/08
Kocel, Jason Matthew;
Male; 25; 87 1st Ave.,
Shalimar; DUI, Drive
While Lic Susp 1st Off,
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 4/14/08
opeg, Victor Paul;
Male; 25; 4280 Cherry
Laurel Dr, Pensacola;


Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/14/08
Fray, Alex Roddale;
Male; 24; 827 Lucerne
Ave, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender, Operate Motor
Vehicle W/O Valid
License. 4/14/08
Strickland, Matthew
Scott; Male; 32; 2415
Haden Cove Ln,
Chattanooga, TN; Battery-
Touch or Strike (2 cts.),
Burgi With Asslt or
Battery. 4/14/08
Rodriguez, Kevin
Amaury; 'Male; 28;
Address Unknown;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/15/08
Coburn, John Justin;
Male; 19; 6025 Jesse Allen
Road, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/15/08
Smith, Donald
Wesley; Male; 43; 134
Gibbs St, Homerville, GA;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/15/08
Backus, Nathaniel
Ryan; Male; 22; 5373
Swanner Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/15/08
Dean, Jason Anthony;
Male; 34; 3153 Linden
Ave, Gulf Breeze; Larc-
Theft, is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000 (2 cts.),
4/15/08
Kothmann, Sebastian
Kord; Male; 32; 6523
Kennington Cir, Milton;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
4/14/08
-Maniccia, Ryani Keith;
Male; 36; 4374 Seaport
Rd, Pace; Larc-Theft is
$300 Or More But Less
Than $5,000, Crimes
Against Person-
Exploitation of Elderly
Less Than $20,000, Fraud-
Utter False Instrument.
4/15/08
McCarty, Justin Kyle;
male; 18; 4400 Molino Rd,
Molino; Burglary
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed (2 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 4/15/08
Seitz, Matthew
Edward; Male; 29; 2885
PGA Blvd. Navarre; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 4/15/08


FWC plans hog hunt


Feral hogs have a rep-
utation' for destroying
wildlife habitat with their
foraging habits and high
reproductive rates.
Nowhere is that more
clear than on the
Blackwater Wildlife
Management Area, Hutton
Unit, near Milton.
Due to extensive dam-
age and a growing number
of hogs on the 5,243-acre
area, the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is
offering five three-day
hog hunts this spring and
summer. The hunts are the
product of an agreement
between the FWC and the
Florida Division of
Forestry - the lead man-
aging agency for
Blackwater River State
Forest.
Hunt dates are May


23-25, June 20-22, July
18-20, Aug. 22-24 and
Sept., 19-21. A total of
five quota permits are
available for each three-
day hunt. Up to two peo-
ple may hunt per quota
permit.
And, the best thing yet
for some hunters is that
hog-dogs will be allowed
during the hunts. Hunters
will be limited to a total of
three dogs, however.
.Hog hunting has been
legal on the Hutton Unit
since the late 1990s,
according to FWC
wildlife biologist Fred
Robinette.
"The trouble is they
learn pretty quickly when
still hunters are there, and
hogs change their habits.
It's impossible to harvest
enough to control their
numbers. I think they've


taken a half-dozen or so
over the years," he said.
Robinette said hogs
come out mostly at night,
destroying wildlife food
plots of chufas, corn and
wheat. Recent surveys
show that ground-nesting
birds, such as quail, have
declined in numbers on
the area, likelyfrom hogs
destroying their nests and
ground cover.
Anyone interested in
applying for the hunts can
do so beginning April 22
at 10 a.m. EDT through
the Total Licensing
System at county tax col-
lectors' offices or online
on a first-come, first-
served basis at
MyFWC.com/license.
There will be no size
or bag limit on hogs. No
live hogs may be removed
from the area.


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Local


Cannon -


Continued From Page One
husband. She has three chil-
dren, one by her first hus-
band, one by her fourth, and
the youngest by her fifth hus-
band.
The 'cold case' had been
actively investigated by local
law enforcement for over 13
years and the recent find of a
human fibula [lower leg
bone] in January of'2008
confirmed Kelley had been
murdered and his body dis-
posed of on the property he
had lived on with Cannon.
On August 13, 1998,
Cannon's first husband filed
a missing person report with
the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department. The
report listed Kelley as miss-
ing for over three years,
since the end of May/early
June of 1995. At the time of
his disappearance, Kelley
was residing at 7803 Munson
Highway in Santa Rosa
County.
Kelley began his rela-
tionship with Cannon in
1994, shortly after he moved
to the area. She was married
to her second husband at the
time they began residing
together.
Cannon and Kelley start-
ed a business together called
'K & K Lawn and
Housekeeping Service'
cleaning houses and provid-
ing lawn services.
In 1994, Kelley pur-
chased 14 acres on Munson
Highway and a doublewide
mobile home was placed on
the property. In February of
1995 the home burned and
the cause of the fire was
determined to be electrical
malfunction.
Kelley and Cannon were
married on the property on
May 21, 1995 and Kelley's
mother, Lorna Kelley, trav-
eled from Germany to attend
the wedding. About a week
later, the newlyweds traveled


Santa Rosa County Sheriff.Wendell Hall announces the arrest of Kimberly Mary Cannon, who
is accused of murdering her third husband Darren Kelley back in 1995,
Press Gazette photo by Jeni Senter


to Panama City to visit
Kelley's mother before she
was to return to Germany.
This was the last time Lorna
Kelley would see her son.
According to the war-
rant, Kelley told his mother
at this last meeting "If you
don't see or -hear from me
again, I will probably be
dead."
The evening before
Mrs. Kelley left to go back
to Germany, she received a
telephone call from Kelley
and she heard screaming in
the background. Kelley
told his mother Cannon
was throwing things,
pulling things off the wall,
and had just left with her
daughter.
At this time, according
to documents from Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's
Department, Kelley told his
mother Cannon had threat-
ened his life. He also told
her if he didn't call her [his


mother] back tomorrow, then
he would probably be dead.
The last time Kelley's
mother heard her son's voice
he said, "see, I told you. I
just wanted you to hear this
because no one believes me."
During the course of the
investigation over the past
ten years, numerous searches
had been executed at the
property previously .owned
by the couple.
During the last search
conducted on January 11, 12,
and 13, Louisiana Search
and Rescue Dog Teams and
University of West Florida
students who were assisting
with the search located a
human bone. The bone was
sent to Baylor University for
special analysis due to its
condition. Baylor University
concluded the bone shared
the DNA of the victim's
mother and brother.
Based on the results of
the investigation, Sheriff's


investigators were able to
establish probable cause
Cannon had killed her hus-
band and disposed of his
body on their property.
Cannon filed for a
divorce from Kelley in Santa
Rosa County in October of
1995 and stated in the
Petition for Dissolution the
last date she saw or heard
from her husband was June
12, 1995, 22 days after they
were married.
Cannon was awarded
Kelley's vehicle and the two
properties he owned in the
divorce.
Cannon is currently
being held without bond at
the Leon County Jail on their
charges of Escape, Battery
on a Law Enforcement
Officer, and Resisting an
Officer with Violence.
There is a hold placed on
Cannon for the open count of
murder in Santa Rosa
County.


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Friday before Mother's Day.
Our spouses offer quiet
strength and untold support.
Through long deployments,
you sustain our morale with
your letters, emails, and the
comforting knowledge that
your thoughts and prayers are
always with us. While we're
away, you maintain a sense
of stability for our families,
providing a constant founda-
tion despite daily challenges
and unspoken worries. You
serve this Nation as well as
anyone who has ever worn a
uniform, and for that we are
eternally grateful."
There are several
Military Appreciation activi-
ties planned for Santa Rosa
County residents to enjoy this
month.
For more information on
how you can participate and
show your appreciation, go to
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Markes

Continued From Page One
prosecutors in the crimi-
nal investigation.
"Countess, her new
attorney for the criminal
case, is also investigating
and we are assisting in any
way we can with that. I know
the prosecutors are inter-
viewing doctors, our doctor,
Dr. Dobbins, still hasn't been
interviewed, though. I hope
they [State Attorney's
Office] don't neglect to
speak with him."
Fitzgerald says the
child's prognosis is still the
same outcome he would
have had staying with his
mother.
"What people need to
realize is, they need to look
at the fact that everything
they [the hospital] are doing
right now for Jaden are
things we have told them
about. To think this mother
could have made the diagno-
sis and cared for her child on
her own is ludicrous. I still
wonder why that child was
never sent to a children's
hospital or a GI Specialist.
He never was," says
Fizgerald. "Of course he is in
the best place he can be for
his health right now, but his
mother doesn't need to go to
jail, she needs to be with her
son."
The 'online petition to
Governor Crist started by
Fitzgerald currently has in
excess of 570 signatures of
supporters who feel Markes
should be exonerated.
Meanwhile, Markes con-
tinues to visit with her son at
Baptist Hospital where he
has begun a gradual decline,
having lost a little over a
pound in the last week.
Markes' son weighed
about 10 pounds when he
was admitted to Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola on
March 12.
He continues to receive
treatment for his illness at
Baptist Hospital. He suffers
from Miller-Dicker syn-
drome, a form of the genetic
brain disorder lissencephaly,
characterized by a smooth-
ing of folds in the brain.
Doctors say symptoms
include seizures and feeding
difficulties including the
inability to absorb nutrients.
Officials representing
the Florida Department of
Children and Families gave
an update on the child's con-
dition in court on Monday.
"The child currently
weighs about 16 lbs. He has
lost around one pound over


the last week and there
seems to be in a gradual
decline in his health," a DCF
representative, testified to
Judge Marci Goodman.
DCF also states the hos-
pital has reported Markes
has been hostile to staff who
are caring for the child.
"We have some concerns
about the mental status of,
Markes, she has fallen off
with cooperation and contact
with us and now we have
heard from the hospital that
she is being hostile and
angry," says the official
from DCF.
Markes' attorney,
Randall Werre, who was
present for the pre-trial
dependency hearing says his
client is under emotional
stress due to the condition of
her child and the court hear-
ings.
"She is visiting with the
child as much as possible. I
am unaware of the situation
with her behavior at the hos-
pital. I had heard nothing.
about that," says Werre.
Another pre-trial
dependency hearing is
scheduled for June 2 at 9
a.m. and the child will
remain under the custody of
the Department of Children
and Families until the court
makes a decision to change
this. DCF will be continuing
its investigation regarding
the custody and alleged neg-
lect of the while the State
pursues its investigation of
criminal charges.
Assistant State Attorney
Will Nelson says he feels
confident the criminal inves-
tigation is making progress.
"We are speaking with
all of the doctors involved in
the care of the child, the doc-
tors who made initial assess-
ments of the child and all
relevant parties to the case,
this takes .time. Due to the
complexity of the case, it
would be a disservice to
everyone involved to be in a
hurry to complete the inves-
tigation," says Nelson. "At
this time we are still actively
investigating the abuse alle-
gations by interviewing doc-
tors from the initial report of
abuse as well as doctors and
others regarding previous
allegations of abuse in
Missouri [where Markes
lived before moving to
Pace].
"We are making good
progress on our investiga-
tion, although we have not
concluded our interviews
yet."


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Dual


Continued From Page One
supplies for classes. This is a
tremendous boon to being
able to afford a college edu-
cation.
In Tuesday's graduation
ceremony at Pensacola
Junior College, 61 students
earned their associate
degrees while attending high
school.
Mary Esslinger, who
coordinates the dual enroll-
ment program at PJC says
depending on the degree of
changes for next year, fewer
students may be able to fully
utilize dual enrollment to
earn college credits.
"Some high school stu-
dents who take classes
through dual enrollment take
the classes in their free time.
Some take the classes during
the summer and some take
during the school day by
attending their high' school
for part of the day and PJC
for part of the day. We even
have some students who
qualify for a program allow-
ing them to attend only PJC
during their senior year yet
maintain enrollment at their
high school. This allows
them to graduate with their
class and to participate in
school sports and activities,"
says Esslinger.
"I don't think we can
really answer yet [the ques-
tion regarding what effect
the new schedule will have
on the dual enrollment pro-
gram] because they are still
looking at how the schedules
will be. If they do a rotating
schedule, it would be very
difficult for a student to do
the part time enrollment [half
day] because their schedule
would not always be the
same day to day. A rotating
schedule would have a dra-
matic impact on dual enroll-
ment," Esslinger says.
Tim Wyrosdick,
Assistant Superintendent for
Curriculum and Instruction
in Santa Rosa County, says
there has been some discus-
sion of rotating schedules for
the schools currently on a 7
period day.
"What we have done,


now that we know the start
times and dismissal times for
schools, is that we have gone
back to the drawing board in
some ways regarding the
high schools. We are looking
at how the change in times is
going to affect academics,
such as dual enrollment; how
the changes are going to
affect athletics and extracur-
ricular activities; and we are
looking at how these changes
are going to affect children's
supervision at home and the
ability of our students to
work at jobs with the sched-
ule change," says
Wyrosdick.
"We are listening to par-
ents' and students' needs and
we are working with the
schools to provide a flexibil-
ity that hasn't been provided
in the past. We are giving
schools more freedom to
reorganize schedules to meet
the needs of their students
and their families.
"We are discussing sev-
eral ways to accommodate
students who work, we have
talked about allowing them
to take DCT or OJT as their
curricula agd take it at the
first or last period of the day
in order to maximize the
time they will have available
to work," says Wyrosdick.
"I just want the parents
to know we are taking all of
the input we get into consid-
eration. We are listening to
them and we are taking
action to help meet,the needs
as they are brought to our
attention."
Pace High Principal
Frank Lay says his school is
very proactive in making
dual enrollment as easy and
accessible for students as it
can.
"We teach most of the
dual enrollment classes at
Pace right here on campus
with our own faculty. This
makes it real easy for the
kids to take this opportunity
to earn college credit. The
new start times won't have
any effect really on us at,
Pace High because of this,
and if it does affect some of
our students, we are going to


Milton


Continued From Page One
was voted upon.
"We have been working
on this for some time now,"
said Thompson. "The police
department alone in Milton
is $1.3-million dollars of
our budget.
"As we continue to face
more cuts then you will
probably start to see more
user fees."
Another measure the
city is looking at to help


generate more funds is
through an interlocal agree-
ment with Gulf Breeze, who
is implementing a similar
fee.
Both cities will look at
handling the issue of han-
dling billing themselves and
after looking at it could pos-
sibly take on the billing
responsibilities for other
cities as a measure to gener-
ate even more revenue for
the city's general fund.


March to Michigan


raises nearly $4,000


It is unknown how the new three-tier plan will affect the dual
enrollment program with Santa Rosa County Schools despite
the success of over 20 students who received their Associate of
Arts'on Tuesday, while still enrolled in High school.
Press Gazette photo by Jeni Senter


work with them," says Lay.
Lay says he is proud of
the children who earned col-
lege degrees Tuesday night.
"It is very exciting, we
are pleased about these chil-
dren being so successful aca-
demically," Lay says.
Milton High School
Guidance Counselor and
Dual Enrollment
Coordinator Paula Drinkard
says she doesn't predict any
issues with the new schedule
and the dual enrollment pro-
gram at Milton High.
"We don't really have
many students who attend
PJC in the afternoon, but we
do have kids who attend half
days at PJC. At this point we
are not sure how the sched-
ules at PJC are going to
change, if they do. Right
now the PJC dual enrollment
classes start at 7:30 a.m., so
there might actually be extra
time for the students to
attend classes with the later
school start time," says
Drinkard.
Wyrosdick says the
Santa Rosa County School
Board 'will continue to work
hard to preserve the academ-
ic integrity of the classroom.
"Board members went


into this budget crisis know-
ing there would be some
painful cuts and difficult
choices to make. Throughout
budget deliberations and
workshops the members of
the board have always main-
tained one, that they don't
want to lay people off, and
two, they don't want to touch
the classroom. All of the
decisions of the Santa Rosa
County School Board have
been made with these two
goals in mind," says
Wyrosdick.


WELLS FARGO


CURRENTLY
OUR


By JENI SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
As of last Thursday,
Central High School had
raised a total of $3,669.50
toward Cody Meadows trip
to see a doctor in Michigan
who may be able to help him
with his medical needs.
Meadows, 14, is a sev-
enth grader at Central who
was diagnosed two years ago
with a rare degenerative dis-
order called Hereditary
Spastic Paraplegia. Only
20,000 people have this
mutation.
The disease is causing
Meadows to lose his ability
to walk and will eventually
progress to spasticity and
weakness of the affected
muscles.


Students and faculty at
Central High held the
fundraiser to send Meadows
to Ann Arbor, Michigan in
July to see a specialist.
Meadows and his family
led the first lap and allof the
students and faculty walked
the startingilap with him.
There were ,field day
type events such as tug-of-
war and the three-legged
race going on while students
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public dry

What we hear from politicians is sometimes amazing.
Two of the three would-be Presidential candidates are sug-
gesting a "tax holiday" this summer to help with rising gasoline
costs.
Now let's look at the bigger issues as we fight our way
through all of the political rhetoric and hot air. Why do we have to
wait for one of these would-be leaders to become president?
All three are members of the United States Senate. Each
could easily introduce a bill to offer just such a federal tax holiday.
Oh, that would be too easy. It might show the big oil compa-
nies (which often fund these folks' political campaigns) they are
siding with...God forbid...the people.
Why would they want to show any kind of true leadership
and risk their fellow Senators and Representatives who are facing
election?
Isn't it the oil lobby that is spending a large portion of its
record profits to make sure laws are passed in its favor?
Current regulations on oil companies amount to the fox
watching the henhouse.
Even if, by some miracle, we do get a holiday from the feder-
al gas tax, that doesn't mean the gas companies wouldn't take
advantage of the opportunity to pad their already-bulging pockets
even more.
Let's look at the numbers from first quarter reports.
BP and Shell, the two big European-based companies, posted
profits of $17-billion dollars. Yes, you read correctly that was a
big "B".
Chevron, the second largest company in the U.S., posted a
first quarter profit of $5.17-billion, which was the second-highest
quarterly profit in the company's 129-year history. Chevron is
now on track for its fifth straight year of record earnings.
Let's put this all into prospective: Chevron, Exxon Mobil,
ConocoPhillips, BP, and Shell collectively earned a profit of
$36.9-billion in the first quarter. That would be about $130 billion
per year.
Poor Exxon Mobil is crying after logging a mere $10.9-bil-
lion profit this first quarter, which was just slightly less than the
$11.7-billion it earned in the last quarter of 2007. Our math says
that is over $22-billion in profits over six months.
Just suggesting the tax holiday might excite some, but instead
of talking about it, why don't Senators McCain and Clinton do it?
, Those "poor" oil companies are crying crocodile tears and
wiping them up with their spare $100 bills while it is consumers
who are really crying every time they stop at the gas pump.
How are they making all these record (and obscene) profits?
Through a sheer lack of regulation.
Gas prices today are based, not on the cost of the crude oil
necessary to make the gas, but on the ever-increasing crude prices
on the open market.
How else can you explain gas going up 10 to 15 cents in a
matter of hours?
Well, if we were to charge $3.50 for a gallon of gas and it
cost $3 a gallon to produce, it would still leave a$7.50 profit
every time a person filled up a 15 gallon gas tank.
This is likely a conservative estimate.
But if John or Hillary really cared about the public, they
would have already put their PAC money where their mouths are
and pushed a tax holiday through.
Hey, why not tax these oil companies' record profits to help
fight our ever-increasing debts.
But no, that is not the ultimate goal.
John and Hillary have the goal of living on Pennsylvania
Avenue. Presidents don't buy gas.
Our leadership needs to step forward rather quickly or there
S. may not be a United States for them to lead.
Our leaders in Washington are just trying to press their collec-
tive luck hoping they don't pull on that one string holding every-
thing together.
We have a better idea. If those in Washington and/or
- � Tallahassee are really concerned about the people, instead of tak-
ing their dollars to stay in office, change the system. Take those
dollars and make the oil companies accountable.
Let's see if they can pump those dollars up.


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Is Reverend Wright
right?
FM: Chrys Holley
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

African American
Leonard Pitts, syndicated
columnist, was right on
when he sized up Reverend
Jeremiah Wright. A white
person commenting like that
would be labeled "racist."
My first impression on
Wright's speeches at
NAACP and National Press
Club, both of which I heard:
"sharp cookie," even enter-
taining! Enjoyed his demon-
stration when he sang a
hymn to the beat black
churches do. On "musicolo-
gy" he was okay. On left


brain, right brain learning
patters of white and black
students: "bologna!"
I've enjoyed worshipping
in black churches and even
helped in one's Vacation
Bible School when asked.
Ida Rutledge and I fit right
in and felt right at home.
I never sensed the dis-
gust I did on hearing Wright.
He said, "I'm running for
Jesus, not the Oval Office."
Which Jesus? Not the one
who is my Lord and Savior.
Mine delivers from bitter-
ness, resentment, and unfor-
giveness, truly liberates one
to do God's will, and has
nothing to do with black lib-
eration theology. Wright
supports that theology
aligned with Marxism!
Wright's church has
admirable ministries. He


should concentrate on them.
His meanness, hatred,
and harping on the slavery
issue labels him a racist. My
heart ached at the treatment
of blacks by some whites, no
doubt regular churchgoers.
God knows I'd be marching
in Selma if I weren't having
babies at that time.
To harbor bitterness,
unforgiveness, and resent-
ment is Anti-Christ who fills
His own with agape (love),
the ultimate kind of love!
Wright should know until
God changes hearts by the
"new birth" there'll always
be racism, sad-to-say.
On slavery he should
teach Romans 8:28 not per-
petuate hatred!
People suffer injustices
daily. True Christians though
them claiming Romans 8:28,


"All thing work together for
good (the good and bad
things) to them who are the
called according to His pur-
pose, to them who LOVE
GOD!"
After listening to him I
recalled what Billy Graham
said years ago that probably
"Half the people in all
churches are not really 'born
again'." That would include
preachers. Last week I met a
Georgia preacher who said
"it's probably 80% now."
Wright et al should
emphasize Jesus is coming
again. It could be at any
moment. Aitother "sign"
just surfaces with a self-
proclaimed Messiah who
made the news from New
Mexico!
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He can!


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Summer Concert
Series
There will be free outdoor
concerts in downtown Milton
along the Riverwalk, just
South of the Veteran's
Memorial on the 3rd Saturday
of each month: May 17th until
October 18th, 2008.
On May 17th, concert will
feature: Touch of Blue from
6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. It's a
great Blues band with a whole
lot of soul!
Bring your lawn chair for
family fun & great music!
Call Main Street Milton
626-6246 for more info.

Fundraiser for
Navarre Garden
Center May 17 &
18
The Peanut Lady is back!
For one weekend only the
Peanut Wagon will be back in
its spot selling delicious
goobers. This is a fundraiser in'
support of ' building the
Navarre Garden Center with
all profits being donated to the
building fund. Along with her
delicious peanuts, the com-
mittee will take orders for flo-
ral arrangements that will be
delivered to your home and
there will be Opportunity
Drawing tickets to purchase to
win some wonderful prizes.
The theme will be in conjunc-
tion with Memorial Day and
patriotic colors will be used.
Blue Ribbon'Floral Design
winners Linda Henderson and
Jolene Depew will make the
arrangements. Look for the
Wagon on May 17 and 18
from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at
the corner of Prado Street and
Hwy 98 across from the
Navarre Park.

Pregnancy
Resource Center
Yard Sale today
The Pregnancy Resource
Center is having a yard sale on
May 10 from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00
p.m. Items to be sold include
housewares, bikes, jewelry,
clothing, shoes and lots more.

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 infor-
mation 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 entertainment.
Please make your reservation
as soon as possible to assist
with the planning 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

Kindergarten
Registration dates
Registration dates for
kindergarten children entering
Santa Rosa County Public
Schools for the 2008-2009
school year have been
announced. The child must be
5 (five) years old on or before
September 1, 2008 to register
for kindergarten. Parents are
urged to get their child's
Florida Certificate of
Immunization record and
proof of birth records.
Original birth certificate must
be presented at the time of
registration. If applicable,
please bring latest court
papers pertaining to custody
of child. State law requires up
to date immunizations and


current physical examinations
for each student starting in
kindergarten, prior to the 'first
day of school, which is August
18, 2008. Any questions con-
cerning exemptions from
required immunizations
should be addressed to the
Santa Rosa Health
Department or to your family
physician. The physical
examination may be per-
formed within one (1) year
prior to enrollment in school.
Forms for physical examina-
tions may be picked up at


school or Health Department.
These records should be pre-
sented at the time of pre-regis-
tration.
May 13 - Bagdad
Elementary at 8:00 a.m. -
1:00 p.m.
May 13 - Russell
Elementary at 7:30 a.m. -
5:00 p.m.
May 15 & 16 - East
Milton Elementary at 8:00
a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Genealogical
Society to meet
. The Genealogical Society
of Santa Rosa County will
meet at 10:00 on Saturday, the
17th. of May, at the Chamber
of Commerce Board Room on
Stewart Street. The guest
speaker will be Ms. Susan
Cariglino, Santa Rosa County,
Clerk of Courts, Archives
Coordinator, who will give a
presentation detailing the
genealogical and historical
holdings of the Archives. This
collection includes, but is not
exclusive to, original marriage
applications and licenses,
court minutes, civil and crimi-
nal dockets, wills and estates,
the original book of registered
livestock brands, and a docket
dating from the 1850's of civil
court filings - the oldest sur-
viving record in the county.

Area residents
named to Religious
Studies Honorary
at Samford
Several area residents
were inducted as inaugural
members of the newly estab-
lished Samford University
chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa
national honor society for reli-
gious studies and theology.
They are, by town:
Destin - Haylee Renea
Ellis, sophomore religion
major, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. David L. Ellis.
Milton - Katherine
McMath, junior religion
major, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward McMath.
Inductees must have com-
pleted at least 12 credit hours
in religious studies courses
with a minimum 3.5 grade
point average, and must rank
in the top 35 percent of their
class in overall scholarship.

Adventure Club
Activities
Saturday, 10 May, 10 a.m.
Kayak/canoe trip on the mid
section of the' Blackwater
River, which is similar to a
creek. You can use your own
kayak/canoe but rentals are
available through Action on
Blackwater Rentals (850-537-
2997) (www.actiononblack-
water.com). It is best to make
a reservation. Meet at the
small park on Highway 4 on
the Northwest side of
Blackwater River, about 4
miles west of Baker. The
rental place is on the
Northeast side of the river, but
we should all meet at the little
park so that we will know who
all is renting a kayak or canoe.
More directions and informa-
tion in a later e-mail. Bring
lots of water and a picnic
lunch. Honcho: Clarice
Hebinck (581-4591).
Tuesday, 13 May, 4 p.m.
Bike ride in Gulf Breeze.
Meet at the Naval Live Oaks
Visitors Center on Hwy. 98.
After the ride we can caravan
over to Pensacola Beach and
enjoy the FREE Bands on the
SBeach Concert. Please bring a
folding chair and picnic sup-
per for the concert. Honcho:
Clarice Hebinck (581-4591).

Stephanie Leavins
to be in concert
Sunday
Stephanie Leavins will be
in concert on Mother's Day,
Sunday, May 11 at 11 a.m. at
Harold Assembly of God
Church, located at 10485
Goodrange Drive, Harold,
right off Highway 90 East.


Pastor Walt extends a warm
and friendly welcome to
everyone to come for this spe-
cial Mother's Day. For more
information, call 981-1030 or
626-0696.

Mother's Day Show
will have something
for everyone
Green-Up Santa Rosa will
be having its sixth annual
Motfier's Day Art, Craft and


Plant Show on Saturday, May
10 beginning at 9 am and last-
ing until 3 p.m. Artists and
Crafters will be set up
throughout the nursery among
the plants in what has become
a unique and popular event.
Whether you want a painting,
craft item or beautiful hanging
basket, you're sure to find it
that day. The Green-Up
Nursery is located at 6758
Park Avenue and additional
parking will be at Milton City
Hall, which is the next block
north. To get to the nursery,
you turn north onto Stewart
Street, go up two traffic lights,
take a right and the nursery is
down on the left.
Green-Up Santa Rosa is a
program of the Santa Rosa
Clean Community System, an
environmental education
organization that serves all of
Santa Rosa County. Located
in the nursery is the Plants and
Things shop which features
the work of many local artists
and crafters. For more infor-
mation, please call 623-1930
or check the website at
www.srclean.org.

Santa Rosa stu-
dents awarded Art
Scholarships
The Santa Rosa Art
Association, Inc. is pleased to
announce that five Santa
Rosa high school graduates
have been awarded art schol-
arships.
The 2008 scholarship
fund of $1800, raised primari-
ly through the art association's
annual Art Fest show, will
help the following students
with college finances:
Brett Boutwell of Jay
High; Heidi VanValkenberg,
Jasmin Busbee, and Brennah
St. Oates, all of Gulf Breeze
High; and Devyn Brewer of
Pace High.

PJC Teaching
Excellence Award
Inductees
Pensacola Junior College
announces the 2007-2008
inductees of the Teaching
Excellence Award.
They are Paige Anderson,
assistant professor of English;
Jennifer Ehrhardt, assistant
professor of English and com-
munications; Julie Ruengert,
assistant professor of English
and journalism; Charlie
Schuler, associate professor of
history, languages and philos-
ophy; Jami Benton, adjunct
instructor of English and com-
munications; Bobby
Roberson, outstanding new
faculty, assistant professor of
cheinistry.
Past PJC President
Charles Atwell established the
Academy of Teaching
Excellence in 1986 to recog-
nize outstanding faculty with
the Teaching Excellence
Award. Full-time and adjunct
faculty members are inducted
annually. In 1994, the
Academy also began to honor
one outstanding new faculty
member each year.

Citizenship Class
offered at PJC
Pensacola Junior College
is offering a citizenship class
for people eligible to take the
U.S. Citizenship and
Immigration Services test.
The six-week class meets
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday,
beginning May 22, in
Building 1, Room 191, on the
Pensacola campus, 1000
College Blvd.
Learn about American
history, government and the
election process. Practice
answering questions on the
government test. Learn how to
fill out the citizenship test
application form and partici-
pate in a practice interview.
Pre-registration is
required through the PJC
Adult Basic Education depart-
ment. For more information
and registration, call 484-
2120.


Medical assistants
needed - PJC offers
class to help meet
demand
Medical assisting is one
of the nation's fastest growing
careers, according to the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics.
To meet demand along
the Gulf Coast, Pensacola
Junior College is accelerating
its efforts to train students to


become medical assistants.
Classes begin Aug. 25,
and financial aid is available
for qualified candidates.
Seating is limited, so early
enrollment is encouraged.
Medical assistants typi-
cally work in physicians'
offices performing adminis-
trative and clinical skills such
as scheduling appointments,
maintaining patient records,
giving injections, drawing
blood and.assisting the physi-
cian with examinations and
minor procedures.
For more information
about this career opportunity,
contact Dale Brewer at 484-
2221, dbrewer@pjc.edu.

Mark your calen-
dars!
The American Legion
Post from Pensacola is per-
forming a Memorial Day Taps
Ceremony for past Veterans at
Serenity Gardens Cemetery.
The Serenity Gardens is locat-
ed at 6208 North Stewart
Street. The ceremony will
have a Color Guard and Flags
with a Trumpeter. The event
starts at 10:30 a.m. on
Saturday, May 31st, Memorial
Day weekend. The public is
welcome to attend.

Gigantic Yard Sale
and more...
New Testament Church,
located on Glover Lane,
Milton, will be holding a yard
sale with a Fish Fry and a
Bake Sale on Saturday, May
17 beginning at 8 a.m. There
will be Fish Dinners available
for $5 that include dessert and
tea. There will be a drawing
for a cake every hour.

Hallelujah Hounds
at Carpenter's
Park
The Hallelujah Hounds
will be featured Saturday,
May 17 at 5 p.m. at
Carpenter's Park. Everything
is free with lots of great
music, lots of fun, cotton
candy, popcorn and snow-
cones. All ages are welcome!
The Hallelujah Hounds are a
life-size puppet dog band that
performs oldies style
Christian music with a lot of
audience participation. Come
on out and bring your family
and lawn chairs.

TDC meetings
The South End
Committee of the Santa Rosa


County Tourist Development
Council will meet on May 14
at 9 a.m. at the Navarre
Visitors' Center, 8543
Navarre Parkway, Navarre
The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development Council
will meet on May 21 at 3 p.m.
at the Santa Rosa Chamber of
Commerce, 5247 Stewart St.,
Milton.

Pizza Fundraisers
CiCi's Pizza, located at
5070 Hwy. 90 in Pace, will be
hosting fundraisers for the
following organizations from
5 to 8 p.m. CiCi's Pizza will
donate 10% of those sales to
help the organizations. Please
come out and help support
these fun-filled community
events.
Tuesday, May 13 - S.S.
Dixon Intermediate School,
Thursday, May 15 -
Avalon Middle School,
Thursday, 5-15-08

Public Notice
Meeting-Police &
Emergency Service
Response User Fee
The Milton City Council
will conduct a Public
Hearing to receive public
input concerning the estab-
lishment of a Police &
Emergency Service


Response User Fee for
responding to motor acci-
dents. The Public Hearing
will be held at 5 p.m. on
Tuesday, May 13, in the
Council Chambers at Milton
City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street, Milton. All meetings
are open to the public. For
further information, contact
the City Manager's office at
983-5411.

Clothes Closet
available
Milton First Assembly
Church, located at -6163
Dogwood Drive, will open
their Clothes Closet on
Friday, May 16, 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. If you need clothes,
.come check it out.

Help Build Ramps
for Disabled
Hands on Northwest
Florida needs your help
building ramps for disabled
persons in the cities of
Pensacola, Pace and Milton
on May 10, 15, 16, and 17. If
you are able to volunteer
please contact Denise
Garner at 983-5223 as soon
as possible. Volunteers will
be provided lunch and a
project tee shirt. Be the
change in our community!
Volunteer.


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(Above) Santa Rosa Medical Center Director of Radiology Jerry Womack along with radiology technician Tony Cross look at a monitor while X-raying one of three coffins brought to the med-
ical center on May 1 by the University of West Florida Anthropology Department. The three caskets were found in 2005 on what is known as Deadman's Island as you approach Gulf Breeze
from Pensacola. (Below) Womack and Cross remove the remains of one casket from the bag used to transport it to see if they can get a better image. The testing at Santa Rosa Medical Center
would help determine if there were any skeletal remains, clothing, or other artifacts contained in the recovered coffins or root mat as seen here.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

A look


inside history


Here, technicians are looking at an image. Results will be given
to the Anthropology Department at UWF to assist them in try-
ing to recover artifacts from the three coffins.


Womack is seen taking the first of three remains into the hos-
pital for examination. Womack, who is the Director of
Radiology at Santa Rosa Medical Center remembers doing this
with Indian artificats while going to X-Ray School at the
University of Mississippi in Jackson.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Dr. Joanne Curtin, who is an associate professor of Anthropology at the University of West Florida, points out what they believe
to be a bone in what appears to be a coffin, but over time has turned into a wood/root mat before it was discovered and uncov-
ered.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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this past 9 weeks and they
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School Term.
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Honor Roll
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Powell, Rhiane Brooks,'
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Kim Clemons,Taylor Cobb,
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Caroline Wilson.
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Elizabeth Minotti, Caitlin
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Military



Ole Chief Column . ..rpr e h4



Attention Recent Combat Veterans


Beginning May 1, the
Department of Veterans
Affairs (VA) began
contacting recent combat
veterans (about 570,000) to
inform them of VA's medical
services and other benefits.
Every . Operation
Enduring Freedom and
Operation Iraqi Freedom
veterans will be contacted to
ensure they know that "VA is
committed to getting these
veterans the help they need
and deserve," said Dr. James
B. Peake, Secretary of
Veterans Affairs.
The first phase of
calls, from a con-
tract-operated
"Combat Veteran Call
Center," contacted an
estimated 17,000 veterans
who were injured or sick
while serving in Iraq or
Afghanistan. VA will offer to
appoint a care manager to
work with the veterans to
ensure they receive
appropriate care and are
knowledgeable of all their
VA benefits.
These veterans are
entitled to special access to
VA health care for five years
after their discharge from the
military. These veterans will
be screened for signs of
post-traumatic stress
disorder and traumatic brain
injury. In addition, VA


personnel have been
deployed to the military'
m a j o r
medical centers to assist
wounded service members
and their families with the
transition to civilian life.
The second phase
will target about
550,000 OIF-
OEF' veterans who have
been discharged from active
duty.but have not contacted
VA for services and may not
be aware of their benefits.
These veterans will ' be
informed about of the
benefits and services they
are eligible for through VA.
Private contractor, EDS,
which specializes in
technology services to
improve business, will make
the initial calls. VA
employees will make
follow-up calls if necessary.
No stone will be left
unturned to reach these
veterans!
. Along that same note,
there seems to be a
staggering number of
soldiers suffering from com-
bat stress.
There has been heavy
media coverage regarding
studies that reveal "a
staggering number of US
troops from the wars of Iraq
and Afghanistan are
suffering combat stress." An


estimated 300,000 OIF-OEF
combat veterans suffer with
post traumatic stress and
320,000 with traumatic brain
injury.
It seems many combat
veterans are hesitant to seek
treatment, partially in fear
that medical information
may be detrimental to their
careers. Steps are being
considered in removing a
question regarding a service
member's healthcare history
from security clearance
questionnaires.
.O ur recent
combat vets are
not the only
ones suffering from these
conditions. World War II and
Vietnam veterans are still
dealing with similar
conditions; depression,
anger, isolation,
sleeplessness, nightmares,
flashbacks, emotionally
distant, to name a few
symptoms. Veterans with
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VA, (800)827-1000, Vet
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Veterans Service Officers
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9508 for further information
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care for these veterans is of
utmost importance for them,
their families, careers and
their quality of life.


Local Pace grad serves his country


Sergeant Major Robert
R. Terry enlisted in the
Marine Corps in February
1979 and went through
recruit training at MCRD,
San Diego. After completion
of recruit training, he report-
ed to Infantry Training
School, Camp Pendleton
where he received the pri-
mary MOS of 0351. In June
1979, Private First Class
Terry was transferred to Sea
School, MCRD San Diego.
Upon completion of train-
ing, he was assigned to the
USS Holland (AS-32) at
Holy Loch, Scotland.
In March 1982 Sergeant
Terry was transferred to
Enlisted Instructor
Company, MCDEC,
Quantico, Virginia for duty
as an Anti-tank Assault-man.
In December 1983 Sergeant
Terry reported to 3rd.
Battalion, 5th Marines, 1st
Marine Division for duty,
During this tour, he per-
formed, in many billets to
include Squad Leader for
two super squads and
Battalion Chief Scout
Sniper. In January 1987,
Sergeant Terry reported to
Deep Reconnaissance
Platoon, 1st Reconnaissance
Battalion, 1st Marine
Division and upon activa-
tion, on to 1st Force
Reconnaissance Company, I
Marine Expeditionary Force,
for duty as a Recon Team
Leader and Platoon
Sergeant.
In June 1991, Staff.
Sergeant Terry reported to B
Company, 1 st Special
Warfare Training Group,
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
for duty as a Military
Freefall Parachutist
Instructor and Military
Freefall Jump Master
Instructor. In September
1994, Gunnery Sergeant
Terry reported to 5th Force
Reconnaissance Company,
III Marine Expeditionary
Force, for duty as a Platoon
Sergeant and Operations


Chief. In August 1997,
Gunnery Sergeant Terry
reported to Expeditionary
Warfare Training Group
Atlantic, Little Creek, VA for
duty as SNCOIC of
Amphibious Reconnaissance
School.
In July 1998, First
Sergeant Terry reported to
2d Low-Altitude Air
Defense Battalion, Marine
Aircraft Control' Group-29,
2d Marine Aircraft Wing for
duty as Bravo Battery First
Sergeant. In April 2000,
First Sergeant Terry reported
to 1st Battalion, 6th Marines,
2d Marine Division for duty
as Headquarters and Service
Company First Sergeant and
Charlie Company First
Sergeant.
In June 2002 Sergeant
Major Terry reported to 2d
Reconnaissance Battalion as
the Battalion Sergeant
Major. In November 2005,
Sergeant Terry assumed the
duties as Regimental
Sergeant Major, 6th Marine
Regiment, 2d Marine


Division.
Sergeant Major Terry's
personal decorations include
the Bronze Star 2nd Award
with .combat "V",
Meritorious .Service Medal,
the Navy and marine Corps
Commendation Medal 2nd
award with combat "V", the
Navy and Marine Corps
Achievement Medal and
Combat Action Ribbon 2nd
award.
He is the oldest son of
Delores Terry and the late
* Robert C. Terry of Milton.
They had moved here in
1977 and when Terry had
graduated from Pace High,
he joined the Marines. He is
the father of 2 daughters and
is currently stationed at Fort
Bragg, NC.
He recently returned
from his 4th tour of duty to
Iraq.
Terry has made his fam-
ily, friends and country very
proud for his service in the
military. Thank you Sergeant
Major Terry. We appreciate
you.


"Pray for

our troops

all over the

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Saturday-May 10, 2008


Community


Jay Elementary Schoo


honorees


Jay Elementary School
announces its 3rd Nine
Weeks Honor Roll for the
2007-08 School Year, All
the students 'worked hard,
Congratulations!
All A's: - Emily
Ashworth, Jorja Agrait,
Dalton Bradley, Mckenzie
Bray, Briana Brown, Jay
Carnley, Kolby Copeland,
Emily Dobson, Logan
Dobson, Brooke Donahue,
Skye Donahue, Thomas
Fischer, Josh Gay, Ashlyn
Geck, James Hatfield,
Micah Kemp, Sydney
Lowery, Troy Mandris,
Baylor Mann, Holden
McCaskill, Megan Mulford,
Colby Odom, Samantha
Pearson, Brandon Poley,
Hannah Prescott, Emily


In Loving


Russell, Savannah Seevers,
Logan Smith, Satchel
Starling, Lora Watson,
Jocelyn Wells, Dylan Wolfe,
and Riana Wolfe
AllA's & B's - Sarah
Adkinson, .Eddie Agrait,
Kaitlyn Aguirre, Steven
Archer, Brittany Ates,
Katelyn Baker, Jesse
Belanger, Danielle Belden,
Frank Bennett, Tyler
Blackmon, Austin Boutwell,
Rebecca Boutwell, Paige
Bray, Justice Brewton,
Olivia Britt, Savannah
Brown, Chandler Burgess,
Eli Burkhead, Launa
Burkhead, Bristin
Campbell, Samantha
Campbell, Abby Copeland,
Cody Deese, Savannah
DuBose, Denise Floyd,


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The comedy runs May
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the Pensacola campus.
Performances are 7:30
p.m. Friday and Saturday;
2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Hawkeye and Duke,
the two best chest surgeons
in South Korea, join the
Mobile Army Surgical
Hospital and decide to beat
the war by getting, a young


Korean to the United
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dents. VISA, MasterCard,
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more information, call
484-1847.


National tourism week in Fla.


Tradition plays a vital
role in, tourism in Florida.
Many people preserve tra-
ditions and make new ones
in this great state. The
Santa Rosa County Tourist
Development Council
announced today its plans
to observe National
Tourism Week, May 10-18
in Santa Rosa County to
recognize the importance of


tourists continuing tradi-
tions and making new ones
in Florida.
By visitors valuing
Florida as a premier vaca-
tion destination for building
memories and .traditions,
Florida residents greatly
benefit from the tourism
industry. Visitors coming to
experience Florida, fuel our
economy, improving life for
all Floridians, allowing us
to also create and preserve
traditions. Also, it feels
great to be a part of an
industry that brings people
and traditions together to
millions of tourists.
According to Visit
Florida, 83.9 million travel-
ers visited Florida in 2006
spending $65 billion. A ppr-


tion of this was spent by
tourists- enjoying fabulous
Navarre Beach and the
amazing streams and rivers .
in the North end.
In a continuing effort
the TDC plans to, host a
Media Day and Open
House to promote and edu-
cate residents about the
importance of tourism and
how its effects our area
directly. On May 16th the
TDC will host a Media Day
beginning at 10:45 AM on
the deck at Juana's Pagoda,
Navarre Beach Causeway,
Navarre Beach. They are
inviting a variety of Media
representatives to help kick
off The Navarre Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce
FunFest, which will be held


on May 17 and 18 at
Navarre Beach.
They will also be cele-
brating Tourism week at
the Navarre Visitors'
Center, 8543 Navarre
Parkway from noon until
4 p.m. with an Open
House for tourists, resi-
dents and especially all of
those who work in the
tourism industry in Santa
Rosa County.
National Tourism Week,
May 10-18, 2008 is a spe-
cial time to celebrate the
tourism industry. For more
information about local
activities, please contact
Kate Wilkes at 850-939-
8666, for statewide infor-
mation call Dia Kuykendall
at 850-205-3863.


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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.
* Provide 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
t6 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.


On most days, Alexandra Martir, R.N., can be found in the Labor and
Delivery Unit at Santa Rosa Medical Center, but every now and
then, she is called to serve as a Spanish translator,
On one particular day last fall, Alexandra was called to
the surgical care area to translate for a patient - Miguel.
When she got there, she could see the fear in her new
patient's eyes. In Spanish, she quickly told Miguel that
she was there to translate for him and for the doctors ..
and nurses. He told her that he could not understand
anything they were saying in English and that he felt '
like he was falling, his chest hurt, and that he could not
breathe.



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Alexandra explained to Miguel that the doctors were assessing his heart
and that they would do all that they could to help him. Miguel faintly
squeezed her hand and asked her not to leave. She promised she
would not. For the next hour, the team raced to save Miguel's life.
i Once he,was stabilized, she explained to him and his family that
he would be going to the coronary care unit and that she would
check on him.
When Alexandra returned to Labor and Delivery, she thought
about how Miguel must have felt not being able to communicate.
Alexandra was grateful that she had been there that day and that she
was able to help him. She will always remember Miguel's courage and
trust. For Miguel and his family, they will always remember the voice of
Alexandra.


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Commerce met Monday,
May 5 at the Jay Community
Center at 12 noon.
Lunch was served after
the prayer and Pledge of
Allegiance.
Outgoing Chamber
President Mike Hutchins
introduced the new officers:
President Jodie Butler, Vice-
President Jackie Ard (not
present), Secretary Drusilla
Dobson, and Treasurer
Becky Prescott, all taking
their pledge to serve their
office.
Bringing the meeting to
order, Butler thanked United
Bank for lunch.
Guest Jeff Sessions was
introduced. He is running for
the office of Santa Rosa
County Tax Collector.
Minutes and treasurer's
report were read and
approved.
Oakland Ard in giving
the Military report stated that
SRC Commissioner Don
Salter gave an update on the
base line, air space protec-
tion and conservation around
Whiting Field. There are 269
acres for the proposed
Aviation Park adjacent to
Whiting Field. Hopefully the
Navy will grant permission
for a taxi road to the 6,000-
foot runway with limited
access. Santa Rosa County
will keep the airfield grass
mowed and groomed. The
Aviation Park will provide
more jobs for Santa 'Rosa
County.
The Air Tanker Plant in
Mobile, AL will invite new
businesses in Santa Rosa,
Escambia, and Okaloosa
Counties, possibly .creating
15,000 new jobs.
Carrie Swilley of Gulf
Power is the chairperson for
Military Appreciation Month
(May). Some of the events
this month are Friday-
NASWF Commaqd
Picnic/Sport Day, Care
Packages for Deployed
Enlistees; "Sweet Treats" to
Crash Crews; Pensacola
Pelicans Game Night; and
Yard Signs. For more infor-
mation and dates, call Carrie
at 850-429-2401.


Stephanie Saylor of
United Way gave the 'Fishin
With a Mission" report. 100
boats had entered with
approximately 500 people
that .attended the concert.
Money that was raised was
about $16,000, I understand.
Drusilla Dobson report-
ed that the Jay Relay for Life
brought in over $80,000.
Shirley Raney reported
that the Jay Pro Rodeo
brought in about $10,000.
May is Disability
Awareness Month. W.


Rimmer handed out infor-
mation flyers.
Shannon Jacobs of the
Santa Rosa County Health
Department asked a question
concerning dues for non-
profit organizations. His pro-
posal was voted on and
passed.
The next meeting will be
held Monday, June, 2 at the
Community Center, begin-
ning at 12 noon. Lunch will
be provided by Escambia
River Electric Cooperative,
* Inc.


American Legion post held dinner


The American Legion
Edeker-Dubose Post 121,
Jay, held their meetings
Monday, May 5, 2008 along
with a supper held before the
meetings.
The American Flag
Burning Ceremony had to be
postponed because the burn-


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Farmers fall further
behind with Corn plantings,.
price continues to rise
Each Monday afternoon
starting in April, the USDA
releases data on the progress
of the planting and growing
season in the U.S. At this
time of year, most commodi-
ty traders focus in on the
quality of the country's win-
ter wheat crop and the plant-
ing progress that farmers are
making. This week's report
revealed that the platiiang
progress, specifically for
corn. is far behind schedule
for this point in the growing
season. The planting delays
shouldn't come as a surprise
to anyone that has watched
the weather this spring.
Frequent rains throughout
much of the Midwest have
made fieldwork all but
impossible throughout many
of the corn belt. However,
the magnitude of the delays
reported on Monday caught
many traders off guard. The
USDA report showed that
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average, farmers typically have 59% of their corn seeds
in the ground.
The percentage reading translates into a real-world
reading of approximately 10 days behind the average.
In any given year, farmers could do a blitz planting and
catch up to the average as soon as the weather improves
- much like they did last year. Unfortunately, heavy
rains were falling in the Corn Belt on Wednesday and
Thursday this week with more storms forecast for the
weekend and still more for early next week. These
delays are going to force farmers to make an important
decision in the next few weeks: plant their corn as soon
as the ground dries and take a chance on possible yield
'losses due to a late pollination or plant soybeans, which
require a shorter growing season and are planted later
anyway. Most traders took Monday's report as a pre-
liminary indication that farmers may not get much of a
choice and that a switch to soybeans may be a necessi-
ty. As a result. Corn Futures surged on Tuesday and
the rally continued throughout the week. After touching
a low of $5.84 per bushel on Monday, corn rallied to a
high of $6.31 by midday Thursday, a gain of near 8%.
and a new record high for corn. On Friday, the OSDA
is set to release its monthly supply and demand esti-
mates. Though thee data are released and updated each
month, this week's report is highly anticipated because
the USDA is slated to release its first estimates of the
2008/09 crops. Traders will be especially interested in
getting the USDA's take on inventory levels after the
large crops. Traders will be especially interested in get-
ting the USDA's take on inventory levels after the large


Box of Retired Flags for the Burning Ceremony at the American Legion Post 121 in Jay
ing barrel was not ready for many old American Flags for Unit 121 will be placing
use. It will be held in the near the ceremony. Please keep small American flags on the,
future. We appreciate those them coming. graves of veterans for
of you who have brought so' The Legion's Auxiliary Memorial Day.


New Chamber Officers are (L to R) Secretary Drusilla Dobson, President Jodie Butler, and
Treasurer Becky Prescott.


Captain Sadsad of
Whiting Field will be receiv-
ing T-6's to replace the T-
34's for training.
Oakland Ard reminded
everyone that they are invit-
ed to the dinner and
fundraiser for Sheriff
Wendell Hall at the Jay
Community Center on May
13, 2008, beginning at 6 p.m.
For more information call
850/304-1823.
Jodie Butler gave a
report on the Emerald Coast
Honor Flight that he went on
with a group of 102 World
War II veterans to see their
Memorial in Washington,
D.C. He stated that it was the
most emotionally moving
experience to him next to his
daughter's birth. He said
Senator Bob Dole was there
to greet every flight of World
War II veterans coming to
Washington, D. C. from all
over the United States.
Butler also stated that there
are 250 more veterans stand-
ing in line for the next set of
Honor Flights. WSRE will
have a documentary of the
Emerald Coast Honor Flight
in June.
Jodie Butler then pre-
sented Oakland Ard with an
Honor Flight pin.


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Local




From Milton to Aflac


The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators met April
21 in the Russell Building
on the campus of Locklin
Technical Center. Aftelr a
business meeting, Mary
Beth Williamson, Vice
President, introduced mem-
bers Martha Penfield and
Min Bowers to present the
program that was entitled
"From Milton High to
AFLAC." It centered on
Dan Amos, CEO of AFLAC,
who is a native of Milton.
Mrs. Penfield is a long time
friend of the Amos family,
and Mrs. Bowers was Dan's
teacher in the eighth grade.
His parents, Paul and Jean
Amos, credit her with "turn-
ing their son around and get-
ting him on the right track."
Dan Amos is the first
CEO to give shareholders a
part in determining his
salary. He was also warned
that using the "duck" in the
AFLAC commercials was
not a good idea because he
would be making fun of his
company. He decided to go
with it and take a calculated
risk that has paid off


Martha Penfield and Min Bowers present program on Dan Amos, a former resident of Milton.


extremely well. Both Mrs.
Penfield and Mrs. Bowers
told of his early endeavors
into entrepreneurship while
still a student. The Amos
family has remained
attached to Milton and has
given generously to the


First Methodist Church on.
several occasions such as
purchasing the Mitch
Collins house on Berryhill
Street and giving it to the
church.
Door prizes were passed
out and refreshments were


served to those present. The
next meeting will be May 19
at the regular time and place.
The program will be con-
cerning the schools in Santa
Rosa County of yesteryear.
New officers will also be
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Just back from a sabbati-
cal .in Africa, Joyce Kaplan
wants all zoo tech wannabes
to know that the Zoo Animal
Technology Program at
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officially open for August
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"We've had some appli-
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room for a lot more," says
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other animal facilities in the
region.
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graduates for employment in


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This new program at PJC will
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Gators earn undergrad degrees in Milton


The University of
Florida, Milton Campus
hosted a graduation
reception in honor of
Bachelor of Science
degree graduates on May
5, 2008 at the University
of Florida-Milton
Campus, Room 4902. Dr.
Jeff Mullahey, Center
Director of the West


Florida Research &
Education Center, pre-
sented the Spring 2008
graduating class to family
and friends and faculty &
fellow students also
extended congratulations
and presented highlights
of each graduates time at
the University of Florida.
Graduates include:


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Area Wal-Mart stores donated over $12,500 towards their pledge to the expansion of the Joyce
Goldenberg Hospice Inpatient Residence. Pictured (L-R) are Marina Falzone (Clinical
Manager), Elwyn Jones (Manager Rt 29 store), Joyce Goldenberg, Bob Hart (Regional Manager)
and Jimmy Cross (Manager Pace store) at the presentation.
Submitted photo

Wal-Mart continues pledge


A total of 10 Northwest
Florida Wal-Mart stores
spanning Pensacola to
Destin, Florida recently pre-
sented checks totaling
$12,500 to Covenant
Hospice towards the Wal-
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of the Joyce Goldefiberg
Hospice Inpatient
Residence, located at 10075
Hillview Rd. in Northeast
Pensacola. The $25,000
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have ever donated to a local
non-profit. Since the Joyce
Goldenberg Hospice
Inpatient Residence was
built in 1992, Covenant


Hospice has cared for more
than 1,200 patients and their
families at the facility 24
hours a day, seven days a
week. The Residence allows
Covenant Hospice to provide
compassionate care in a
homelike atmosphere for
those facing a life-limiting
illness and their families.
The number of people in
the area needing this kind of
care has grown substantially.
For that reason, Covenant
Hospice embarked on a
multi-million dollar capital
campaign in 2006 to expand
the size of the Joyce
Goldenberg Hospice
Inpatient Residence from six


semi-private rooms to 16 pri-
vate patient suites.
Upon completion this
summer, the expanded Joyce
Goldenberg Hospice
Inpatient Residence will
more than double in size,
triple the parking area, triple
the number of nursing sta-
tions, and add more common
area to allow patients and
families to experience the
best possible days. For more
information regarding the
Expanding the Care and
Compassion Capital
Campaign or to discuss other
giving opportunities please
contact Nigel Allen at (850)
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Dining/Entertainment


Tips for Throwing
Nearly everyone enjoys a good party. But few love
cleaning up once the party's over. This is one reason party
hosts often choose restaurants as their party locales. The
chance to leave the cleaning to someone else proves too
enticing. But before throwing your next get-together at a
nearby restaurant, consider the following tips:
* Do your homework: Narrow down your list of poten-
tial locations and spend a day going to them and discussing
party parameters with the restaurant managers. Such param-
eters include cost, possibility of renting a private room (or
the entire restaurant, depending on party size), flexibility of
menu (can items not on the menu be ordered in advance?),
and arranging the date of the party. After these things have
been discussed with each restaurant's manager, you can make
your decision. (Note: If you're having trouble finding a
restaurant or getting recommendations from friends, consult
a guidebook such as Zagat's.)
* Get things in writing: Ask the restaurant manager to


a Restaurant Party
put your eventual agreement in writing. Nothing can ruin a
party like squabbling over the bill at the end of the night.
With spelled-out contract, you're sure to avoid any financial
surprises.
* Send invitations: Invitations are necessary for a num-
ber of reasons. First of all, before making an agreement with
the restaurant manager you'll need to know a head count for
guests. The number can be a ballpark figure, but invitations
with an RSVP date will make calculating that estimate all the
easier. Another reason for invitations is they'll help you
establish a budget. For example, if 20 people will be attend-
ing but you'd planned on 40, you might be able to afford a
fancier restaurant. However, if all 40 invitees plan to attend,
you'll need to consider that when shopping for a restaurant.
* Consider the staff: Many restaurants include gratuity
in the bill for larger parties. However, restaurant staff typi-
cally work very hard when handling a larger group. Feel free
to add more to the gratuity for exceptional service.


Prepping for an Outdoor Party


When the weather is nice, few things beat a party held
outdoors. Hosting an occasion a la fresca can be advanta-
geous, primarily for hosts or hostesses who have limited
indoor space.
There is preparation that is unique to an outdoor bash.
First and foremost is readying the space for company. If your
yard needs a little improvement, now is the time to spruce up.
If your yard is already maintained and manicured, you can
simply take a few steps to make guests more comfortable in
addition to this other prep work.
* Thoroughly clean all outdoor furniture with a soap-and-
water solution. Allow chair cushions to dry completely oth-
erwise guests will end up sitting on damp seats. Hose down
patio surfaces to free them of pollen, leaves and other debris.
* Mow the lawn (if necessary) and trim back any foliage
that could get in the way of maneuvering guests. Move any
delicate potted plants out of the way to allow for more space.
If you are grilling, move the grill to the outskirts of the enter-
taining space so guests won't be bothered by the smoke.
* Set up seating stations. The main patio set may be one
area where guests congregate, but make sure there is ample
seating in the way of folding chairs or lounges. Consider sun
exposure in your yard. For hot days, you'll want a few patio
umbrellas stationed or consider an awning or portable gaze-
bo. Group chairs together around snack tables to promote
conversation and small collections of guests.
* Think about food service. Barbecues and finger foods
work well for outdoor events. Still, more elaborate menu
items can be served if you plan accordingly. Remember: hot
foods need to remain hot and cold foods cold to prevent
spoiling, which can occur more quickly outdoors. Catering
chafing dishes with stemos can keep foods heated for buffet-
style service. Place cold foods atop pans filled with ice.
Foods that can spoil quickly, such as dairy items should be
moved indoors as soon as guests are done dining. Place the
food service table a little bit away from the seating area so
guests won't have to disturb others to fill their plates.


* Disposable dishes, cutlery and cups were created with
outdoor events in mind. Consider using paper products for
fast cleanup when doing casual dining. If the idea of these
eco-unfriendly convenience
items doesn't fit with your
lifestyle, consider purchas-
ing colorful plastic table set-
tings that you use specifical-
ly for backyard parties. .
They'll be more durable than
your regular dishes or fine
china and can be re-used.
* Just because the event
is being held outdoors does-
n't mean you should skimp
on ambiance. Feel free to use ,
cloth tablecloths on your .
tables and keep throw pil- A
lows on hand for seats and ,
outdoor chaises. There are
many manufacturers who
offer "outdoor room" prod-
ucts made from weather-'
resistant fabrics. Consider
stringing decorative lights or
create an outdoor chandelier
to place over your main
entertaining space. And ,'
don't forget the music. The backyard makes a great set
Portable MP3 players and
speaker docks allow you to play your favorite tunes wherev-
er you are.
* The outdoors and wildlife go hand in hand. Therefore it
is reasonable to expect some uninvited "guests" may crash
your party. If you plan on hosting a number of events, it pays
to set up insect catchers on the perimeter of your property
early on in the season. These hanging collection items are


ti-ng for entertaining.
:ting for entertaining.


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cannot escape. They can control yellow jackets, flies and
gnats. "Beetle bags" do a similar job for Japanese beatles,
which tend to crash nighttime affairs. Have covered trash
receptacles handy so guests can dispose of their leftovers or
garbage before birds, squirrels or other scavengers can make
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Women Today


Moms Go High-Tech...The Perfect Gifts for Mother's Day


Dad may go ga-ga over the latest tech-
nological offerings - from big-screen TVs
to mobile phones - but Mom is no shrink-
ing violet when it comes to going high-tech.
She, too, appreciates a new invention, espe-
cially if it will lighten her workload.
Mom keeps the household running effi-
ciently. She can soothe bumps and bruises
while balancing the checkbook and finishing
up on her paperwork. "Dr. Mom" is also the
first person to offer medical ."treatment"
when someone in the home is under the
weather. So doesn't Mom deserve special
attention and gifts that will make her medical
house calls - and all of her other daily tasks
- even easier? Here are some great "techy"
gift ideas that do just that.
Cool take on reading temperatures:
Some moms swear by the lips-on-the-fore-
head method of determining whether her
child is feverish, but the best way to get
accurate results is with a thermometer. There
are a few different types on the market -
from oral to rectal to thermometers that are
placed inside the ear canal - but none is
more convenient than a temporal artery ther-
mometer. It is as accurate as a rectal ther-
mometer but involves only a quick swipe
across the forehead to register temperature.
With two dozen studies attesting to its accy-


racy and reliability, and almost 30 percent of
hospitals and physicians relying on its accu-
racy, the Exergen TemporalScannerT is the
leader in temporal artery thermometers. The
temporal scanner makes a great gift for baby
showers, new moms or Mother's Day. Mom
can accurately and quickly diagnose fevers
and check up on "patients" even when they
are sleeping. The Exergen TemporalScanner
is available at Babies"R"Us, Toys"R"Us,
Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Costco, and Sam's
Club around the country. Exergen is also
offering a $5 factory rebate with purchase.
Details are available at www.exergen.com.
Personal digital assistant: Personal dig-
ital assistants (PDAs) aren't just for corpo-
rate big wigs. Mom will find that these digi-
tal wonders can help organize and simplify
her life. The portable device will often con-
tain contact information, calendar functions,
simple word processing software, calculators
and more. The PDA can also sync to a home
desktop computer so data can be transferred
from one to the other. Mom can use the PDA
to coordinate mailing labels for-party invites
while she's riding home from work, or even
store a shopping list with routinely bought
items so she doesn't have to spend time mak-
ing similar lists every time she heads to the
market. She can also keep track of kids'


A great gift idea for Mom enables her to easily take her child's temperature with a temporal artery
thermometer.


after-school events or doctor's appointments.
PDAs of all varieties can be found at big-box
retailers and electronics/computer stores.
On-demand television: Most mothers
are busy' with little down-time. When she
finally does get to sit down, after making
school lunches for the next day and checking
homework assignments, many of the televi-
sion shows she enjoys may have already
aired. A digital video recorder (DVR) can
enable Mom to program what shows to
record so she'll never miss her favorite show.


DVRs can be connected to the television for
recording much like a VCR or DVD
recorder. TiVo is the most recognized brand,
but many companies manufacture DVRs.
Some cable and satellite companies offer
DVR services as part of their digital pack-
ages without the need for extra equipment, so
inquire as to the best value for your money.
So make sure to treat Mom to a few high-
tech gifts this Mother's Day, ones that will
bring a smile to her face and make the tasks
of motherhood even easier.


Another Option In Cervical Cancer Screenings


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Cervical cancer remains one of the most common forms of cancer affecting women.
Globally, cervical cancer is one of the second or third most common forms of cancer, say
reports. More than 400,000 new cases are reported each year (mostly in disadvantaged groups
who do not receive routine medical care), but preventative screening methods have been
helping to reduce cervical cancer numbers among the masses.
Many women are familiar with the Papanicolaou smear, or Pap test as it has been come
to be commonly known. The test is done easily as part of a routine wellness visit for women
and checks for the presence of abnormal cervical lesions that could propagate into cervical
cancer. Since the adoption of routine Pap tests in the late 1940s, the cases of cervical cancer
have dropped considerably. But Pap tests are not 100-percent accurate.
Pap tests are obtained by swabbing the cervix and collecting cells for testing. Sometimes
other tissue can get in the way of cervical cells and interfere with the results. Women often
receive false readings, whether positive or negative for cervical cancer. Nationwide, physi-
cians perform about 55 million Pap tests every year. Nearly half of the tests may come back
negative even when a biopsy shows abnormal lesions.
But a relatively new addition to cervical cancer screening methods is helping to narrow
down the inconsistencies with Pap tests. The test blends the familiar Pap smear with obser-
vation with a "speculite." This is essentially a disposable chemiluminescent light - a black-
light of sorts - that attaches to the speculum the doctor uses to view the cervix. The special
light turns abnormal cells white and allows the doctor to see if there are any abnormalities
present. The test is known as PapSure�, although there may be other companies that have
since produced a similar type of test, which go by different names. The test adds a mere five
additional minutes onto the routine pelvic examination.
In an Italian'study of more than 3,000 women with no history of cervical abnormalities,
the sensitivity for detecting cervical abnormalities via Pap smear was 92 percent with
PapSure versus 41 percent without it. The test has FDA approval and is offered at many gyne-
cological offices 'worldwide.
Routine testing remains the best way to prevent or catch cervical cancer early on. This
cancer tends to become more difficult to treat as the disease advances, making early diagno-
sis essential to a woman's well being. Talk to your doctor if you're interested in adding
PapSure to your checkup.


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1Mol L Moot is t Le L+kter of Tucar& Meiooi M4M gr4d. - Ma 12 Basebatt anquet - First Bptist Ckr
ate of 18793, adutk F6k Mcool, 1M Sgradouate of 1877. gmm 4e& tor LDtsw&v SsaupG-8pm.
Mo is also' the sister ofJ4 i McCooL MRS graduate of 2005. MayIa 13 SeIor 'RBreafast - 8:15 eA
Sewnetrs reeive yearboo4ks
Moug was a. m ber of tke LT Poantei's voLgjabol teaf 2d0ig er, eo .r n - ibra ry 1:0 -"2:40
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on her doss b aL tu. ma'r She is also 4 Sted e mi 2 3 NJ-ROT l awtwr 1at
Il edus cdogatizations su as Jabeesttes fot 3 ears, Student p ai& ate
C Gode for 2 ears ad was alsosn a humesig representative May 2 14 emtl4 PaP -s k xam
Moige was voted Most Dramotiw fot 2dass fSvoites, a ver fittig Ma 15 SturLent ometteeztiuqonas
tit&! MoUq was also erownecL"Turke of the ear" fot 2007 dur- a8 :Sr90g Cto'nert - auAitoriuL
ing the audT;ey m nwL Mowkt orretihti t serves as the 2007- otdaniuet - Nako eio's eafoo'
2008 &enio tassPresident May2 1 CtwardsDoagPraeties -3 a - 4thkperid
Cap/Gowns gives out
In her spare time emjols going to' the movies, May 17 ProM~paee, Pensaea
Margaret street C"kek of C ist, hanging out witaher sk 6 m17 Pr' 8:90o11
roupagoingdto thetbeek*She also'enjos spendingUtimh'w h moa 20 o awards Dag -Oi B:30-11
o8 crew attending the m" events at Milton44igk Sehoot May 29 NYROTC awards Dag
8-11:90 - aucLtotlum
In the future, MAb oo s to' further her education ad pursue a career in anesthasio&o9. Mao 24 Pand 2anrquet - Cafeteria
Cheerleader Car Wask at Texas Roadhouse
"I woUdie to&first and &most ttan Godfter al of t anm blssingsthatl4e has given me. I Mag 26 Memo'iialDag - No' Seko&
wouldWmike to thank mm cad who' is m biggest sp e, m maMn who is m ro, g sister who is my best Maq 27gJombeDem ot GulFRme 99 k S c W- S. o
fitiend- id my qrandpqrents who ofer me unaoiLid love. I wodS also ke to' thankevergofe who' 2as
ever had- an uenree Oftm K ; ou hove (pe& t&Make me tke Person that I am tod". I woUIddtiketo, May 28 &enio'rSEams 3rd ad 4th
thank tewonderfulfaeadty and-stoffat M4S fot4mak4 Milton t igk an amaz piee to be. I wmud May 28 Seaor Smmns 1st anAd2,d


olso Uiet to thankthi wesome e]lss of 2008 foR~aLt the unotgettatl m ies that a never be repe
It . remember, Onee aPantker, ilwys 4 S ntaer." j

g. H. S. Panthers4 Set 74ert Sites on e 4e Presidentiat n augration
MWit Hig Scdool ytors and denies (next dedoo year) who aire to see tde d ation's capital
and te uiat~Sw o of te new teadei of tde fee wold ewit d ave te opportuae a to ae a part of tt
wdtorc .eve&wt. Oeer tit'Ma to 'H4 SedooN student4a e d e 4a4 4eg wpArefaato o th P
conducted dy te ose- oundatio . ay ~eteested student ieWo 4a a 3.0 9f.p.a., ewtl be a
Jmiorm or senr exf sdhool year, 4and an A ex4aemf y student ia eeide,. Students wdea fly to
Wah70t4Wr and w"l ai t de ew 'WVod Wa II monument, te ACote , Jefferdon, Washington, and
9VR mocmmenti, atead a imauguadt &a"l, and c are ut asugnments on C"apital ic. 74e
Supreme Coart, LAd4ary of ogwres, national Powait Gallery, Natin Baudian Mtaeum.
A&iyot cemetery, W .te oste, Me recent, reopened Newseum, he Smt^oiaco, andi tnat
Ve a~~ e a te a~ m deseet eaams w&4a M ow e o wo of tde odedea wwOomet,. Students awt s0 <
our fo~cy aM. dactiete eoat -. 4a wed as attend and partica&te tc debates i tdiJ cvcat-pac&ed
eacc. pa-'tr. and igrandpa'CM t ae atao weie toome tome a4o g aind etkience D. , wtd4 thei,
teeruage. Parents .ca contact M rs. Caroc Jowes for purce. fudramis oafppotnitie. sdater. and
armriact.,t at 983-5600 or at ac.c4a@oiact. Jatarowa. 412. g. W. June 20. 200 ? i te dead-
We 1or /te o~ortmiatf to attend tise wee; w ,g eacdAatwia etperieane i W'datO. D.. M. V.to
igh Sedoot da yea , ude t4-it offoArtumtdy sace 1996. If ymou om ar company would (e to
support M& 'oa. t d Sc4oo4t q d e'ma c ae tist offortumnt amaita6e to more atudcsts. cas4e co,-
ltact 7M&. Wes,. 'o doaateos a too sma&. /

Stu t Cotwi News-


-r, Kristp wst, Prinipal's Setw, JerW y Wilson, Codon Mofktt, aCttenAne, Donitfle
S(kdge, Roaskanda Barnes, Brittney Nu kes and Rujelle McCaryw(in baol, ttendonat enjoyed
suppotin4 Sttude.t Concil's f ndaise' fo Relaqy foi Life!!

Student Cowinel khas been very busy this montk raising funds for the 6amerin ancer
goeiety's Relay for Life. They organized. Coieetimsx fot a Cure where eakes, pies and cookies
were auctioned off. They sod. Bee(k Tiekets, bagged groceries at Food. (Wotrd, and held a bake
sale for the student body. The week of Cpril 21-25 students participatedi inPojamaPants day
where they paid. $1 to' wear their pjama pants and aa dass competition was held. dating 1 st peri-
od classes helping to- raise over $1700.00 in just one week. " l in oil, over $3000 have been
raised- to' support the O.mericn amer Soiety.


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Ia .oltawreate - 7 p.m.
Moy S0 Mandato GraduontiiPrmetiee 8:10o.m.
Last Day for Sentors
Gracltatto'n - 8 p.m. Stad.LLm
Proje.&t Gradua.tlo'n.
Jume 4 Semester Exams underolassmne - 1st and 2nd,
June. 5 Semester exams Srd and 4tk


2008 Honor Students
Katherine tiardman - Valedictorian
Brandon Ware - Salutatorian
Trog Jordan
*Russell Greene
Kenneth tiertzlr
Thomas 'Rolinger
Zaeharg Thames
Charla though
Cassandra Whiting
Andrew Wezbster
Kimberly White
Sara Brock
Dana penfold
findrew Lkedet
Michael 2tcart
1manda ellis
Athena ,r: ._aclk
Keirah Lillard
Caitlin '')akil
lillian Mareanio
:.Tryaan Gabbard
KCSIele Mad blccll
Kelly Ecldleman
'Ryan (abbard
Brilney McKecithcn
01?hleigh peacher
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C 1iTV OV)fectYl erendthae church of your choice this Sunday,


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 Baptist Church-ABA
of East Milton
8178 S Airport Rd., East
Milton
-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
Chuinuckla.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


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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


'-Trinity Baptist
5301 Highway 90, Pace
-Victory Baptist
4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-West Florida Baptist
5621 Hwy 90, Milton
-Fil Am Baptist Church
5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton

BAPTIST -SOUTHERN
-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-Berrydale Baptist Church
6730 Hwy. 4, Jay
-Billory 1st Baptist of Holley-
Navarre
Highway 87 North Holley
-Blackwater Baptist
11689 Munson Hwy., Milton
-Calyary 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
34.18 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


Bagdad Church Christ
4413 Garcon Point Rd.
Please join us for wotskip at t6e foUowing times:
Sunday Bible Classes / Worship: 10:00AM/11:OOAM
Sunday Evening Worship Services: 6:00PM
Wednesday Evening Bible Classes: 7:00PM
Ladies' Bible Class: Tuesday 10:30AM
www.bagdadCofC.org Office: 626-4554 |


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Milton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten

623-2510

Sunday School: 9:45 Worship: 11am
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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
-Susanl 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 .ESUS
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


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


www.Pace


994-4310

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7400 Reformation Rd Milton
-True Grace Fellowship
Church
5178 Willard Norris Rd.,
Milton

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

INDEPENDENT
-Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
-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., Miltbn
-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


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

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


EPISCOPAL St Mary's
CHl URCH *
Episcopal Church
The Rev. John Wallace
Services:
Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
4 Ok Sret .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 withus!
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.

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

, Celebrate Recovery!!
Thursday @ 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. 9
Email us: recoveryhelp@bellsouth.net


(Hwy 164)
Jay, FL 32565

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

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

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

PROTESTANT
Milton SDA Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton

SEVENTH-DAYADVEN-
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








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Put Safety First for Prom
Your concerns about the prom may center around finding a date and what to "ear But
you should be thinking about safety above all else, say experts. That's because proms are for
different from what they used to be, with sex, drugs, alcohol, and heavy piI'I mg con- idered
part of the package.
Many hope to have happy memories of dancing and having fun % ith friends permanent-
ly linked to prom. Unfortunately for many others the memories are not nearly as pleasant. V
number of high school seniors find that automobile accidents, injunes and death aire their
most prominent prom memories.
Alcohol and drug use during prom season elevates the number of, Jnnking and drug-relat-
ed accidents. It also increases the propensity for sexual assault and violent behavior.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTS A), more-than 40
percent of all 16- to 20-year-old deaths result from motor vehicle crashes, almost half of
which are alcohol related. And about 90 percent of rapes and murders on school campuses
can be linked to alcohol consumption.
With this in mind, keep alcohol and drug use out of the mix during prom, especially if
you are underage. Many states employ a zero-tolerance policy regarding, driving under the
influence, and making the choice to drink and drive on prom night - or any other night -
can irreparably change your life.
Some teens believe that because they are being chauffeured in a limousine that it is okay
to drink. However, many promgoers continue on to after parties and being intoxicated can put
them at risk. Besides, drinking could land you in the bathroom hugging the toilet all night
instead of having an evening to remember with your closest friends. So why risk it?
Some students view their prom as a rite of passage and a night to throw inhibition to the
wind. It is a common occurrence among seniors to plan a sexual encounter for prom night, or
even consider losing their virginity. Renting a hotel room for post-prom seems as natural as
renting a tuxedo or buying a prom dress.
Many teens get lured into the false notion that proms equal magic and romance and that
sex would be the natural next step. However, despite how much you build up the prom in your
head, it often fails to live up to the fantasy. Adding a hasty sexual encounter caused by pres-
sure to perform on prom night to the mix can tarnish memories even further.
According to Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D., "There is no way alcohol-induced sex in prom-
night circumstances can be 'sweet and meaningful.'" Prom night is not the night to put sex
ahead of all else. If you are considering becoming intimate with a romantic partner, talk about
it more and plan a time other than prom if it is something you really feel is right. And cer-
tainly take safer-sex precautions when doing so.
There's definitely an anticipatory culture to be reckless surrounding prom night caused
by movies, media and peer pressure. However, by being your own person and setting limits
before prom, you can have a safe and entertaining night.


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Helping New High School Grads Understand What Lies Ahead


With graduation on the horizon, many high school
seniors are anxiously anticipating their exodus from Mom
and Dad's house to the less restrictive dorms of their col-
leges of choice. Visions of parties, late school nights spent
hanging out with friends, and no Mom and Dad to check
in on them populate the dreams of many a high school
senior as graduation draws closer and closer.
But as exciting as beginning college can be, it can also
prove difficult in a number of ways if soon-to-be freshmen
aren't prepared for what may lie ahead. Parents and col-
lege-bound kids alike should discuss the following topics
before parting ways this fall.

Finances
It seems that no matter how much money kids head off
to college with, it's never enough. This is especially true
of entering freshmen, who have more than likely never
faced living on a budget before. If a student will not be
working and their parents will be sending them money
during the semester, it's best to work out a payment sched-
ule (once per semester, once per month, bi-monthly, etc.)
and stick to it. Parents should avoid the temptation of bail-
ing kids out if they've spent their allotted money too
quickly, just like students should avoid the temptation of
spending the money too fast.
Parents should also discuss credit cards with their chil-
dren before the kids head off to school. College campuses
are notorious breeding grounds for credit card solicitation.
Kids who don't fully understand the concept of credit can,
and often do, find themselves in deep financial trouble
because of credit cards. If a student has his or her own cell
phone (and who doesn't these days?), let your son or
daughter begin paying for it in the months before he
leaves for college. This should help get him or her accli-
mated to paying bills, and the importance of paying them
on time, before heading off to school.

Academics
Understandably, most students start off struggling in
the academic department. This often has nothing to do
with the course load. Instead, it's typically the product of
students being overwhelmed by their newfound freedom,
resulting in studies sliding down their priority list.
Incoming freshmen should recognize that, while
struggling to adapt to a new course load and new environ-
ment is to be expected, it's not an excuse for a prolonged
academic struggle. The point of going to college is an edu-
cation first and foremost. GoCollege.com, an online
resource for college-bound students, recommends devel-
oping a diligent and consistent system of study habits to
avoid digging an early academic hole. This can involve
study groups, brief study periods after each class to make


Many new high school grads are understandably excited for what awaits them in the fall. But parents need to help ease that tran-
sition by discussing some important topics before a child leaves the nest.
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sure you understand all materials, or a number of things
that might work for each individual. But the main thing is
to be consistent in your study approach, as once you get it
down, you'll be more efficient and able to enjoy more of
that enticing free time.

Social Life
While education is the most important thing about col-
lege, developing socially is important as well. For some
students, overfocusing on academics can make college a
difficult period in their life. Particularly for entering fresh-
men, developing friendships is an important step in adapt-
ing to college. Students should embrace the chance to


meet new people, many of whom might be from different
parts of the country or even the world, which can be an
educational process in and of itself.
While social life should never take precedence over
academics, balancing work and play is something students
will have to do the rest of their lives, and part of college is
preparing them to do just that. Parents should make stu-
dents aware that academics are important, but that devel-
oping as a human being and not just as a student is impor-
tant as well.
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Community

Local high school students chosen as Most Outstanding Females in the Arts.


Southeastern Teen Shakespeare Company at
Pensacola Little Theatre and enjoyed per-
forming with the group. She was fortunate to
attend a two-week Shakespeare Training
workshop in New York that same summer. In
September 2008 she will be enrolled at North
Carolina School for the Arts in Winston-
Salem, NC.
Milton High Guidance Counselor, Gloria
Gibson, had this to say about Milton's out-
standing senior, Julianne Courtney: "I chose
Julianne Courtney because of her outstand-
ing acting talent as well as her academic
achievements. I was able to see her blossom
from a shy freshman to an outstanding per-
formed. In performing in Henrick Ibsen's A
Doll's House last year, she successfully mas-
tered a very mature, college-level role. In
addition, she demonstrated professionalism
in her commitment to rehearsals, to me as her
-teacher/director, and to the peers. I also
,.aughi her in English II and know that she
*.also takes other Honors classes. She is able
.:tLo balance her talent and her academic pur-
'.sui In class, she also, exemplified the
excellencee she showed in our drama pro-
'rgam She is a top-notch young lady"
Na arre High School senior Brittany
kAg u urre % as chosen as the outstanding senior
:from her school. She is the daughter of
-Barbara and Joe Aguirre. Born in Ft. Walton,
"'Brittany has attended Navarre schools since
kindergarten. Brittany says, "I have a won-
Sdertul family. My mom, dad and my brother
have always, supported me in my art and
school." In addition to her art, Brittany has
been a member of the Navarre High School
, soccer team all four years of high school. She
, is in the top five percent academically, of
.graduating seniors. She is also a member of


and president of the National Honor Society
and an active member of her community,
assisting with coaching a young girls' soccer
team.
Pace High School's outstanding senior is
Lois Collins. Visual Arts Department teach-
ers Julie Bragg and Kathleen Tracey had this
to say about Lois: "Lois Collins is an
extremely talented Visual Art student. She
excels in all mediums in which she works.
She is open to all projects and new experi-
ence without complaint. Not only is she a tal-
ented artist, but she is a wonderful young
lady who gets along well with her peers. Lois
has become an active member of the
National Art Honor Society where communi-
ty awareness of the arts is the. main goal."
Pace High's Drama teacher, Valerie Session
has this say about Lois: "I have had the priv-
ilege of working with Lois for the past three
years. During this time Lois has managed to
balance cross-country, track, a job and
Drama. As Lois' drama teacher I have
watched her grow as an actress, costumer
and leader. Since the first time I met her she
has always worked harder than most stu-
dents. She is always willing to go the extra
mile for a project to be completed. She never
complains about working after school or giv-
ing up her weekends. She is one of the easi-
est people to work with, is great at compro-
mising and. is willing to discuss any prob-
lems she might have. She is a strong leader
and this year she took on the role of presi-
dent."
The 2nd Annual Women In The Arts
Awards will be held at the County
Auditorium in Milton on Tuesday, June '17 at
7 p.m.


(Right) Brittany Aguirre, Navarre High School, accepts her award from (center) Superintendent of
Schools, John Rogers and School Board Chairperson, Joanne Simpson (left).


Community Seminar -

Diabetes Support Group


Can someone with diabetes have weight
loss surgery? How does weight loss surgery
o affect diabetes? If you would like to learn
more about Weight Loss Surgery you are
:encouraged to attend the next Diabetes
-Support Group at Santa Rosa Medical
:Center. Robert Althar, M.D. General
SSurgeon, will present vital information and
answer questions regarding Laparoscopic
Weight Loss Surgery including Divided


Gastric Bypass Roux-En-Y and a new proce-
dure, Sleeve Gastrectomy that is being
offered at Santa Rosa Medical Center. Dr.
Althar will also discuss potential benefits of
Weight Loss Surgery related to diabetes.
There is no charge for this lecture that is
scheduled on Tuesday, May 13, 2008 at 6:00
p.m. in the Locklin Education Building locat-
ed behind Santa Rosa Medical Center.


,Hearing Solutions of the Emerald Coast Promotes
the Across America Hearing Check Challenge


May is Better Hearing and Speech
Month;.a month dedicated to educating con-
sumers about the need to assure that their
hearing is healthy. This year, Hearing
-'Solutions of the Emerald Coast is joining
-with the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) in the
,Across America Hearing Check Challenge, a
'-nationwide campaign to help millions of
Americans reclaim their quality of life by
facing up to unaddressed hearing loss.
!Spouses, Baby Boomers and their aging par-
ents, and all American families and friends in
-.the Pace and Milton area are encouraged to
rise to the challenge and get their hearing
checked-together. By completing the
-"Quick Hearing Check," a simple, 15-ques-
^tion self-screener or by visiting www.hear-
ingcheck.org in the privacy of one's own
"home, anyone can easily take the first step in
|."addressing hearing loss.
"We know that unaddressed hearing loss
: seriously undercuts a person's quality of life
*and has a tremendous impact on relation-
:ships," says Dr. John Carter, a Board
"Certified Doctor of Audiology in Pace. "We
see it every day in our practice and hear it
from our patients and their concerned family
members and friends.
"We also know that too many .people
wait years, even decades, before getting
treatment-either unaware of the extent of
their hearing loss or too afraid to confront
it-losing out on so much. That's why
Hearing Solutions of the Emerald Coast is so
excited about this new, simple, and interac-
tive screening check that couples, families,
and anyone else can use in the comfort and
privacy of their own homes. By visiting
www.hearingcheck.org or by completing the
"Quick Hearing Check" members of our


community can take the first, most critical
step in reclaiming their hearing-and their
quality of life. And when they're ready to
take that next step-and get a professional
assessment-we're here and ready to help."
Research shows that hearing health
affects everything from job performance to
sexual intimacy. And when someone experi-
ences unaddressed hearing loss, it silently
erodes the sufferer's quality of life-under-
mining family relationships, interfering with
short-term memory, and creeping into virtu-
ally every aspect of daily living.
The signs of hearing loss can be subtle
and emerge slowly, or they can be significant
and come on suddenly. Either way, there are
common indications. Symptoms of hearing
loss include not being able to hear well in a
crowded room or restaurant, having trouble
hearing children and women, keeping the tel-
evision or radio turned up to a high volume,
needing to ask friends to repeat what they're
saying, or experiencing ringing in the ears.
"Most people don't have to suffer the
consequences of unaddressed hearing loss,"
says Sergei Kochkin, PhD, Executive
Director, BHI. "Hearing loss can be easily
diagnosed, and there are modern-day solu-
tions that can help people hear better. Simply
by getting their hearing checked and address-
ing their hearing loss, so many Americans
can reclaim their quality of life. We urge
everyone to take that first, most critical step.
Do it together."
Dr. John Carter is a Board Certified
Doctor of Audiology at Hearing Solutions of
the Emerald Coast in Pace, FL, and can be
contacted at 850-994-0942 orjohn@hearing-
solutionsec.com.


During the regular meeting of the Santa
Rosa County School Board, held on
Thursday, April 24 at the School Board
offices in Milton, the GFWC Milton
Woman's Club, Inc. presented medallions to
one female senior from each of the county's
high schools. This was part of the ongoing
Women In The Arts series and the theme was
"Honorinig Our Future." School principals,
guidance counselors and teachers chose the
young ladies as the most outstanding female
senior in the arts.
Cecile Stephens, Woman's Club vice
president and Women In The .Arts and art
department chairman, thanked the Santa
Rosa County School District Board, Mr.
Rogers and the entire school system staff for
their support of the arts and the Club's efforts
to encourage and promote the arts in Santa
Rosa County. School Superintendent John
Rogers and Joanne Simpson, School Board
Chairperson, presented the awards, assisted
by Woman's Club members Anthea Amos
and Debbie Mclnnis, incoming president in
2009.
Students receiving recognition included:
Jaria Thompson, Central High School; Jackie
Robinson, Gulf Breeze High School; Amber


Haire, Jay High School; Julianne Courtney,
Milton High School; Brittany Aguirre,
Navarre High School; and Lois Collins, Pace
High School.
The following was received from Central
High School about Jana Thompson: "Jana
Thompson is an outstanding young woman.
She has a genuine smile and love for every-
one. She is always the first to step up when
something needs to be done and is always
willing to lend a hand to anyone. She is
always open to try new things in her art and
is always.anxious for the next project or idea.
Jana is great at organizing and rallying her
peers as President of the National Art Honor
Society. She is truly a pleasure to have in the
art classroom as an artist and friend."
Gulf Breeze High selected senior, Jackie
Robinson. Jackie has been involved in the-
atre sine the age of seven and completely
submerged herself into Margie Timmon's
world of theatre at the beginning of high
school. She is currently the Vice President of
Troupe 4105 of the International Thespian
Society. She has had roles in two musicals
and worked as a crew member in another two
musicals.
During her junior year, she joined the


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Health


Understanding and Recognizing Autism


Expectant parents often try to ensure the health of their
unborn child, be it precautionary measures taken to ensure
the baby is born healthy or regular doctor visits designed to
keep a watchful eye on everything going with the unborn
child's development. Parents can never be too cautious when
it comes to their child's health.
Each-year, however, an unexpected foe that can be hard
to diagnose strikes fear in the hearts of parents. Affecting one
in every 166 births, autism is the most common of all perva-
sive developmental disorders, which include Asperger's
Disorder as well as Rett's Disorder. And those numbers fig-
ure to increase, according to the U.S. Department of
Education and other government agencies, which estimate
that instances of autism are growing at an alarming rate of 10
to 17 percent each year. All told, nearly four million
Americans could be suffering autism in the next decade.
While those numbers justifiably cause concern in many
people, it's important to remember autism affects different
individuals in different ways. That makes identifying some
of the criteria indicative of autism all the more important.
While some autism sufferers might only experience mild side,
effects such as slight delays in language or trouble interact-
ing socially, the Autism Society of America (ASA) warns
parents to be on the lookout for the following traits as well.
* Resistance to change: Autism sufferers insist on never
breaking from their routine, a trait that was characterized in
the 1988 film "Rain Man," where Dustin Hoffman's charac-
ter is an adult with autism who strongly resists change and
breaking from his routine throughout the film.
* Not verbalizing their needs and wants: In lieu of


speaking, autism sufferers often resort to pointing or gestures
when expressing needs. While this is a common trait in many
young children, it is abnormal for toddlers who have already
developed language skills.
* Verbal repetition: Rather than holding a conversation,
autism sufferers will simply repeat a phrase to reflect a need
or want.
* Not wanting to be cuddled or make eye contact:
While these are separate traits, they both can be extremely
difficult for parents to cope Wvith, possibly making parents
feel as though their child is not reciprocating their love.
Children will react negatively to being hugged or cuddled
and some autism sufferers refuse to make eye contact as well.
* Unresponsive to verbal cues: Children with autism
often act as if they are deaf, despite hearing tests that show
their hearing is in normal range.
* Difficulty in mixing with others: At times, autism can
be a heartbreaking disorder for a sufferer's loved ones, main-
ly due to the difficulty autistic children have in communicat-
ing and befriending other children. Lacking the capacity to
communicate with others is one of the more prevalent traits
associated with autism. Parents of children who can't seem to
mix with other children should consider consulting a physi-
cian.
While each of these are traits associated with autism, par-
ents. should know not all of these traits, if any at all, are
prevalent in autistic children. As a difficult a disease as
autism can be to live with, it can be equally difficult to diag-
nose. To learn more, visit the ASA Web site at www.autism-
society.org.


Children with autism can exhibit a multitude of traits related, t
the disease, making it a difficult one to diagnose.


Being Diagnosed With Psoriasis
The National Institutes of Health estimate that 7.5 mil-
S. lion Americans are affected by psoriasis. Psoriasis is a non-
contagious lifelong skin disease, characterized mostly by red
patches or lesions on the skin (plaque) covered with a silvery
white buildup of dead skin cells (scale).
What Causes Psoriasis?
The severity and type of psoriasis varies from, person to
person. While it is not contagious, doctors do believe it has a
genetic component, meaning it can run in families. Psoriasis
is much more than just a skin ailment; it is actually an
autoimmune disorder.
There is no single known cause for psoriasis. Most
researchers agree that the immune system is somehow mis-
..... ^ .. �takenly triggered, which speeds up the growth cycle of skin
cells. A normal skin cell matures and falls off the body's sur-
face in 28 to 30 days. But a psoriatic skin cell takes only three
I to four days to mature and move to the surface. Instead of
falling off (shedding), the cells pile up and form the lesions.
Types of Psoriasis
Psoriasis can occur just about anywhere on the body,
although nearly 50 percent of those affected have it on their
scalp. Here-are the most common forms of psoriasis.
Plaque psoriasis: This is the most prevalent form of the
disease. About 80 percent of all those who have psoriasis
have this form, according to the National Psoriasis
Foundation. Its scientific name is psoriasis vulgaris vulgariss
means common). It is typically found on the elbows, knees,
scalp, and lower back.
Scalp psoriasis: This form of psoriasis can be very mild
with slight scaling or severe - thickly encrusted with
plaques. The more plaques on the scalp the higher the risk for
hair loss. Scalp psoriasis can also spread, with plaque show-
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very red, smooth and shiny. It usually lacks the scale associ-
ated with plaque psoriasis.
Erythrodermic: This form of psoriasis is very inflam-'
matory and can cover large areas of the body. It is character-
ized by periodic, widespread, fiery redness of the skin. The
erythema (reddening) and exfoliation (shedding) of the skin
are often accompanied by severe itching and pain.
Pustular: Pustular psoriasis is characterized by white
pus-filled blisters on the body. The blisters are non-conta-
gious and actually contain an overabundance of white blood
cells, not an infection.
Risks Associated With Psoriasis
Psoriasis, as explained, is not a contagious disease. While
lesions on the skin may look off-putting, they are not dan-
gerous and will not contaminate others.
Because psoriasis can target large areas of the skin, there
is some risk for it to affect body temperature control, fluid
loss and protection against skin-introduced infections. In
roughly 10 to 30 percent of cases, those with psoriasis may
also suffer from psoriatic arthritis. This is similar to rheuma-
toid arthritis, but milder.
Psoriasis Treatment
Psoriasis treatment needs to be tailored according to the
region of the body where it is occurring and the type. Some
forms of treatment, such as topical steroids, can alleviate
symptoms of one form of psoriasis, but aggravate another
form.
Over the counter: Items such as moisturizer, salicyclic
acid, tar products, and hydrocortisone can improve mild
cases of psoriasis. Bathing with epsom salt or Deep Sea Salt
may also provide improvement.
Phototherapy and diet: Exposure to controlled ultravi-
olet light is shown to improve psoriasis. There are some who
also have found that a managed diet can be a help.
Prescriptions: Topical steroids are widely prescribed for
treating psoriasis and work quickly. There are other topicals,
derived from vitamin D, like Dovonex or vitamin A
retinoidss), like Tazorac, that slow down the rate of skin.
renewal and flatten psoriasis legions.
Emotional well being: Stress is a trigger for psoriasis,
which can lead to bigger flare ups and depression. Managing
emotions and reducing stress can help alleviate symptoms.
Talk to a doctor if you want to learn more about living
with psoriasis. Together you can determine a regimen that
works.


Drug-Resistant Superbugs on the Rise


It seems that for years the medical com-
munity has been warning the public about
the potential for a superbugg" to form - a
bacteria that is resistant to the majority of
antibiotics currently on the market. Still,
many parents - and even doctors - under-
stand the risk but fill antibiotics prescriptions
anyway.
According to the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC), virtually all
significant bacterial infections in the world
are becoming resistant to the antibiotic treat-
ment of choice. There are even bacteria that
resist single, double, or multiple antibiotics,
making treatment and the threat of a super-
bug even more real.

Ear Infection Woes
Recently, researchers have discovered a
strain of bacteria resistant to all approved
drugs used to fight ear infections in children,
according to an article published in the
Journal of the American Medical Association
(JAMA). Two pediatricians discovered the
drug-resistant ear infection strain after per-
forming tympanocentesis (ear tap) on chil-
dren whose ear infections did not clear up
with the general course of antibiotics. The
ear tap process involves puncturing the ear
drum and draining fluid. Subsequent testing
of the fluid can determine the bacterial strain
causing the infection. The children who were
not benefitting from antibiotics were found
to have a superbug named 19A. The bacteri-
al strain could only be killed by the antibiot-
ic levofloxacin, a medication not approved
for use in children. Desperation mandated
the doctors treat the children with the power-
ful antibiotic rather than have them face fur-
ther illness or permanent hearing loss.

Resistant Staph
Drug-resistant staph infections have
been in the news as of late, again drawing
attention to superbugs. Staph infections,
which range from urinary tract infections to
bacterial pneumonia are caused by the bac-
terium Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus). In
the 1940s, staph became resistant to peni-
cillin. Today S. aureus is resistant to all but
some of the most lethal antibiotics. There are
even reports that the most powerful treat-
ment is no longer effective.


Stopping Superbugs
For years experts have been warning that
doctors need to determine if bacteria is ,at
play with regard to illness before prescribing
antibiotics. It's now recommended that they:
. go even further to determine the strain so that
the proper antibiotic can be used. Antibiotics
should not be prescribed for illnesses such as
colds or the flu for "comfort sake," because
these are viruses and are Unaffected by
antibiotics.
Task force agencies chaired by the CDC
and the FDA continue to educate and find
ways to combat drug-resistant bacteria. The
success of the plan - known as the Public
Health Action Plan to Combat Antimicrobial
Resistance - depends on the cooperation 6
many entities, such as state and local health
agencies, universities, professional societies,
pharmaceutical companies, healthcare prt-
fessionals, agricultural producers, and the
public.

How Resistance Happens
Bacteria reside all around us. Many are
helpful and not at all a danger. Some are
capable of causing serious infections. .'
To treat bacteria-caused infections,
antibiotics must halt or kill the growth; of,
bacteria. Some bacteria have developed
resistance to antibiotics naturally over time.
Others have become resistant to drugs other
ways. Many develop resistance to certain
drugs spontaneously through mutation.
Mutations are changes that occur in the
genetic material, or DNA, of the bacteria.
These changes allow the bacteria to fight or
inactivate the antibiotic.
Bacteria can also become resistant
through exchanging genes with other bacte-
ria. Rapid growth of bacteria and a sort of
"mating" creates combinations of bacteria'
that are not affected by drugs.

If an antibiotic is prescribed and
absolutely necessary, a person should not
skip doses or stop taking it as soon as they
feel better; they should complete the full
course of the medication. Otherwise, the
drug may not kill all the infectious bacteria,
allowing the remaining bacteria to possibly
become resistant.


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All About Pets


Be Kind to Pets: Prevent Overpopulation


It would seem that domesticated pets get to live the life
of Riley. They're fed regular meals, get to sleep most of the
day, and then have happy pet parents waiting to give them
love and affection. Unfortunately for many would-be pets,
they don't get to share in this happy home scenario.
The chief reason for that is the overpopulation problem
pertaining to cats and dogs throughout the country. The
flumane Society of the United States (HSUS) estimates
between three and four million cats and dogs are euthanized
each year, which translates to nearly 10,000 cats and dogs
being prematurely put to rest every day. That pushes the
problem to epidemic levels.
Part of the problem in addressing overpopulation is a
failure of pet lovers to realize just how damaging it can be,
and how quickly things can get out of hand. Consider the fol-
lewing: in just six years, a female dog and her offspring can
rve birth to 67,000 puppies. That means that unless your dog
is 'already spayed, she could become the matriarch of a fam-
ily that will be 67,000 strong by 2012. The numbers are even
more staggering for cats, as one cat and her offspring can
produce 420,000 kittens within the next seven years.
While many people will truthfully admit to being dutiful
pet owners and pet lovers, the very fact that-one cat can see
its lineage increase by nearly half a million in just seven
years is an eye-opening prospect, one that may result in euth-
adiization for many of those kittens.
But what to do? A mountain of misinformation exists that
forces many people to see spaying or neutering as inhumane
when in reality it's the most humane thing to do, lest a situa-
tion arise where animals are born solely to end up eutha-


nized.
The HSUS points to legislation and education as an
effective means for curing the overpopulation problem.
Some legislation has already been enacted to do just that. For
instance, spaying and neutering fees are often expensive,
leaving less incentive for pet owners to spay or neuter pets or
their offspring, which in turn leads to more animals being
euthanized. However, in communities where -spay/neuter
programs have been subsidized (hence lowering the costs),
the number of animals euthanized has declined sharply. If
your community has yet to pass such legislation, pushing for
it is a good idea.
Additional legislation can be passed as well that could
greatly reduce the number of animals that are put down each
year. For example, raising the licensing fee for animals that
are not spayed or neutered is a good way to encourage pet
owners to sterilize their pets. In lieu of plucking at the heart
strings with tales of euthanized animals, such legislation
would instead pluck at the purse strings, something that
would likely grab more attention.
What's more, many animal shelters mandate that adopt-
ed animals must be spayed or neutered prior to leaving the
facility. Thi's ensures that any adopted animals will not con-
tribute to the overpopulation problem.
But as much as legislation is necessary, in the meantime
the best thing pet owners can do is to spay or neuter their pets
and adopt those pets from a shelter. Such actions are a key
step in reducing overpopulation and ensuring a future where
all pets can spend some quality time at your feet on the couch
or lounging around in the backyard on a lazy summer day.


Ensure that pets get a happy home in which to live. Prevent over-
population and time spent in a shelter.


Remember

Pets When


The dip in the housing market has done much more than
force many homeowners into foreclosure. It is has caused
many pets to become homeless.
A foreclosure epidemic is sweeping the country. But
reports of animals being left behind when the family moves
out is unnerving to many animal rescue organizations and pet
lovers everywhere. The Humane Society of the United States
(HSUS) urges all pet owners faced with foreclosure to take
their pets with them when they relocate.
"Abandoning pets, for any reason, is not only irresponsi-
ble - it is illegal," says Stephanie Shain, director of outreach
for companion animals at the HSUS. "Pet owners may feel
financially unable to care for their pets or are overwhelmed
by a sudden move, but there are many alternatives to leaving
pets behind."
Abandoned pets face a grim future. Many pets trapped
inside abandoned homes aren't found until they're on the
brink of starvation. Those lucky enough to reach a shelter
have about a 50 percent chance of being adopted.
Shain says, "No one likes to think of leaving their pet at
a shelter, but if you can't take him with you, it is by far more
humane than leaving them in an apartment or a house alone.
Too many animals die alone this way every year. If people are
absolutely unable to care for their pet any longer, they should
take him or her to their local animal shelter or animal control
agency. The shelter can provide food and housing while they
try and locate a new home."
Unfortunate outcomes for pets can be avoided by follow-
ing some steps offered by the HSUS.
* Give yourself enough time. If possible, check ads and
contact real estate agents and rental agencies at least six
weeks before you plan to move or when you first learn that
foreclosure and/or eviction may be in your future.
* Make use of available resources. Contact the humane
society or animal care and control agency serving the area
into which you are moving; the agency may be able to pro-
vide you with a list of apartment communities that allow pets.
.* Gather proof that you're responsible. The more docu-
mnentation you can provide attesting to your conscientious-
nqess as a pet owner, the more convincing your appeal will be
to your future landlord. This can include statements from cur-
rent property managers and neighbors that you maintain your
pet responsibly, as well as copies of veterinary records show-
ing ongoing pet care.
I* Get it in writing. Once you have permission from a
landlord, manager, or condominium committee to have a pet,
be sure to get it in writing. Comprehensive agreements pro-
tect people, property and the pets themselves.
S' Individuals facing financial hardships can reduce the cost
of pet ownership in many ways. Some tips include:
* While buying expensive toys and accessories has
become a popular way, to demonstrate your attachment to
your pet, your pet can be just as happy with less expensive
toys or homemade toys. They need your love and attention
more than a pricey product. Tips for inexpensive toys can be
found at humanesociety.org by searching for "dog toys" or
"cat toys."
*.. - Keep your pets safe inside or on a leash while walking
outside. Animals allowed to roam freely are more prone to
accidents and resulting veterinary bills.
* Let your veterinarian know that finances are tight and
ask that he or she prescribe only the most vital vaccinations
to keep your pet healthy.
* Consider pet health insurance to minimize the shock of
an expensive bill from the veterinarian in case of an unex-
pected illness or injury.
For more tips on finding pet-friendly housing please visit
humanesociety.org/rentwithpets. For more information on
low-cost pet care tips please visit humanesociety.org and
search for "veterinary care."


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SATURDAY

May 10, 2008
Section D


Larson new Milton softball coach


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
The coaching carousel
has gotten off to an early
start in Santa Rosa County as
the Milton Panthers accepted
the resignation of Ron
O'Quinn on Monday.
O'Quinn, who took over
the Lady Panthers' softball
team just prior to the Class
4A District Tournament in
2005, has accepted the head
coaching position at
Thomasville High School in


Thomasville, Ga.
"This was probably the
hardest decision I have ever
had to make," said O'Quinn.
"But when I looked at all the
factors if felt right for me.
"I will be working with a
friend who I worked with for
eight years and I will be
closer to my parents."'
But while it felt so right
to O'Quinn, who led the
Lady Panthers this year to a
District runner-up title to
Navarre, it was very hard for


him to tell his players about
his decision.
"I had to tell the girls,
which was very hard for
me," said O'Quinn. "When I
told them Monday they were
upset, but at the same time
they understood."
O'Quinn will be the first
softball coach to ever lead
the program at Thomasville
High School.
"I guess you could say I
am in the building process,"
laughed O'Quinn. "I don't


know what I am walking
into, but this was a decision I
made because I like to take
and build things up.
"They currently play all
of their softball games at the
baseball complex, but I am
getting to come in as the first
softball minded coach and
start building things from the
ground up."
Milton High's
Administration did not waste
. any time in naming
O'Quinn's replacement to


lead the Lady Panthers next
season.
Assistant Coach Jeff
Larson, who worked with
the junior varsity and varsity
programs this past season,
has been tabbed as Milton's
new head coach. A
"I just found out two
days ago when Ron came
and told me he had accepted
a new job and asked if I'd be
interested," recalled Larson.
"I took a day to think and I
feel very fortunate when you


think of all the ,applicants
who applied.
"Ron let me have an
opportunity as an assistant to
work with the varsity and
junior varsity and we will
continue the same format he
instilled."
Despite staying with the
same format it might not be
quite as vocal down the third
base line as some Milton
softball fans have grown
accustomed to.,
See MILTON Page 5D


I - . ; -. .
The Jay Royals have enjoyed a great deal of success this season under the direction of first year Head Coach Jorey Diamond. In
Jay the mood isn't what they need to worry about, but taking care of the unfinished business at last year's state semi-final in
Class 2A. To complete their mission they will need to beat North Florida Christian in the best 2-out-of-3 this weekend.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin




Royals look at the





little things in '08


By BELL GAMBLING
Florida Freedom Newspapers
JAY - The Jay Royals
have been doing the little
things necessary as they look
to take care of some unfin-
ished business.
The unfinished business
is how they exited the Class
2A State Baseball tourna-
ment, but this season they
seem a little more focused.
"I think they were a little
disappointed on how the sea-
son ended for them and they
are looking to take care of
that," said Jay Head Coach
Jorey Diamond.
Diamond who was an
assistant last season with his
father, Terry, has taken over
and picked up where his
father has left off.
Jay finished the season
ranked No. 2 by the Florida
Sports Writers and will have
completed a best two out of
three series with defending
state champion North
Florida Christian to see who
will earn the right to play in
Sarasota on May 14 and 15.
The Royals are 19-4 this
season and went 12-0 in
District 1-2A.
How they accomplished
this was by playing 'small
ball'. "
"We hadn't done that
well recently and we have
really started working on our
bunting, base running and
sacrificing to do the key
things in the right spot," said
Diamond. "The seniors have
really bought into what we
have been talking about and
now it has become conta-


0


Jay starting pitcher and University of Alabama signee Brandt Hendricks is garnering a great
deal of attention this season which is helping several other Royals get noticed by coaches and
scouts.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


gious with everyone on the
team."
Another thing conta-
gious about the team is the
attention they are getting and
it started this fall when
Brandt Hendricks inked a
scholarship to play next sea-
son at the University of
Alabama.
"The amazing thing
about all of this is the atten-
tion is helping all the guys
on the team," said Diamond.
"Some coaches are looking
at Brandt but at the same


time they are noticing other
players on the team.
"Just because we are
from a small community
doesn't mean we don't have
some talent."
Diamond will be
depending on that talent
playing North Florida
Christian this weekend.
A double header was
played on Friday with the
first pitch occurring at 3 p.m.
local time.
Both teams will play
Saturday if a third game is


necessary in the best 2-of-3
format instituted this season.
"I think the state is try-
ing to make sure the best
teams make it to the state
finals," said Diamond. "But I
feel this best two-of-three
format might play to 'our
advantage with Miles
Hammac and Rush
Hendricks.
"Our rotation is two or
three pitchers deep, plus we
can get some innings from
players like Rush Hendricks,
See JAY Page 5D


Kyle Whitfield


sign


to pitch


at Jeff Davis


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com *
Kyle Whitfield got a
phone call about college in
one of the strangest situa-
tions, but the timing didn't
curb his enthusiasm about
continuing his career.
Whitfield, who signed
with Jefferson Davis
Community College in
Brewton, Ala., had just fin-
ished his game against rival
Pace a few weeks back when
he first got the call.
"This is the opportunity I
have been looking for my
entire life," said Whitfield.
"It was exciting when I got
the call and it helped with
the sting of losing to Pace a
little, but it was still tough to
lose to them."
Whitfield was one of the
seniors who helped turn
around the Panthers' base-
ball program under first year
coach Craig Bragg.
Under the direction of
Bragg and his staff the
Panthers went from 7-17 last
season to 13-13 this year and
at one point this season were
ranked by the Florida
Sportswriters Association in


Kyle Whitfield
Milton HS Baseball
Signed with:
Jefferson Davis CC
Class 4A.
With these strides made
by the Panthers, Whitfield
finds himself at times wish-
ing he had one more year
wearing the black and gold.
"It has been a real big
change this season," said
Whitfield. "This season has
been fun, exciting, and pro-
ductive as Coach Bragg and
Coach (Phillip) Blake have
helped out a' lot and got us
off to a great start.
"So I do find myself
wishing I had one more year
with as far as the team has
come."
See KYLE Page 5D


Tyler Brogan inks



with Auburn U


in Montgomery


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.com
It is not odd to sign a
scholarship in a library, but
on Wednesday the signing of
Tyler Brogan was held at the
Pace Brach of the Santa
Rosa County Library
System.
Brogan, who recently
had his named changed from
Phillips, signed to play for
one of the top NAIA Soccer
programs in the nation after
signing with Auburn
University-Montgomery
(AUM).
"I am excited about the
opportunity ahead of me,"
said Brogan. "I met Coach
Wulf at a recruiting camp
where there were about 30
people trying out.
"All that he signed was a
junior in college who will
transfer there and me."
AUM this past season
advanced to the final four
nationally in soccer and will
soon be making the shift
form NAIA to Division II
where they will play the like
of the University of West
Florida.
"I am real excited about
the opportunities ahead,"
said Brogan. "To play
Division II my sophomore
year excites me a lot.
"We are expecting to
play against UWF and some


Tyler Brogan
Pace HS Soccer
Signed with:
Auburn U.-Montgomery
other great teams as well."
While Brogan is excited
about his opportunity, AUM
is excited about their newest
signee as well.
"We are very pleased to
have Tyler Brogan join our
fine University and Men's
Soccer Program," said AUM
Head Coach Wulf Koch.
"Tyler has a great back-
ground in playing the game
of soccer and more impor-
tantly playing on a very
competitive level wish is
what we desire from all our
recruits here at AUM.
"Tyler brings a tremen-
dous amount of desire to
succeed to us which made
him extremely appealing as a
potential recruit. We are
pleased to add him to our
squad as he will continue the
See BROGAN Page 5D

















Sports


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.
Blackwater Saddle
Club Monthly Speed
Show: The Blackwater
Saddle Club will hold
their monthly speed show
May 10 at 5 p.m. at the
East Milton Arena.
Registration gets
underway at 4 p.m. for
competition in five dif-
ferent events - pole bend-
ing, Texas barrel weave,
Blackwater T, barrel race
and arena race.
Competion will be in
six different classes: pee
wee, beginner, intermedi-
ate, junior, senior, and
Jack Benny easy rider.
The easy rider class is
for the training of horse
and or the rider.
The public is invited
to watch.
For further informa-
tion visit their website at
www.blackwatersaddle-
club.com
Panther Baseball
Camp: The Milton
Panther Baseball pro-
gram is offering two
camps this summer.
The first camp will be
for ages 7 to 11 and the
second camp will be for
players age 12 to 15.
Each camp is
designed to teach the
fundamentals of baseball
- hitting, fielding, throw-
ing, base running, and
situational play.


Camp instructors will
include the Milton High
baseball coaches and
players.
Camp dates are June 9
through June 12 and the
fee is $100.
Each camper will
receive a camp T-shirt
and a personal -viedo of
themselves hitting, field-
ing, and throwing.
For more information
call the baseball office as
983-5600, ext. 143.
ABATE ears event
and poker run: The Gulf
Coast Champer of
ABATE of Florida will
have their annual bears
event and dealer appreci-
ation poker run on May
10.
Registration is at 9
a.m. with the first bike
out at 11 a.m. and last
bike in at 2 p.m. at
Harley Davidson of
Pensacola.
The cost to partici-
apte is $10 and one new
suffed animal per person.
This event will bene-
fit Sacred Heart
Children's Hospita.
West Flrodia Hospital,
various fire departments,
and Big Brothers/Big
Sisters.
The stuffed animals
will be given to various
agencies for providing
comfort to small children
in the community in
times of need and crisis.
Milton Summer
School Registration:
Milton High School will
have summer school reg-
istration on May 12, May
22, and May 31.
Sign-ups will be held
in the cafeteria for the
first three sign-up dates
starting at 6 p.m.
The final sign-up date
will be May 31 in the
gym from 8 a.m. to 10
a.m.
Registration for sum-
mer school is $75.
For more information
contact Milton High
School at 983-5600.
Futbol Club of
Santa Rosa Adult
Soccer Registration:


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Teaching kids a life-
long hobby and an appreci-
ation for the marine envi-
ronment, as well as provid-
ing a fun family outing are
the goals for the Pensacola
Kids' Fishing Clinic.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC), the
Department . of
Environmental Protection
(DEP), the Pensacola
Recreational Fishermen's
Association, Wal-Mart and
the Sport Fish Restoration
Program will present. a
FREE Kids' Fishing Clinic
for children between the
ages of 4 and 14 on
Saturday, May 17.
Registration will begin at 8
a.m. and end at 11 a.m. The
clinic will be held at the
new Plaza De Luna at the
end of South Palafox
Street, at the former site of
the Bayfront Auditorium.
This free event enables
young people to learn the
basics of environmental
stewardship, fishing ethics,
angling skills and safety. In
addition, environmental
displays will provide par-
ticipants with a unique
chance to experience
Florida's marine life first-
hand.
Kids' Fishing Clinics


strive toward several goals,
but the main objective is to
create responsible marine
resource stewards by
teaching children about the
vulnerability of Florida's
,marine ecosystems. The
clinics offer fundamental
saltwater fishing skills and
provide participants with a
positive fishing experi-
ence.
Fishing equipment and
bait will be supplied for
children to use during the
clinic, but those who own
fishing tackle are encour-
aged to bring it. A limited
number of rods and reels
will be given away to par-
ticipants upon completion
of the clinic.
If conditions allow,
participants will have the
opportunity to practice
their new skills and fish
from the seawall. This
event is a photo catch-and-
release activity, and all par-
ticipants must be accompa-
nied by an adult.
Individuals or compa-"
nies interested in helping
to sponsor this event or
volunteer at the clinic
should contact Sally Cooey
with the DEP at 850-595-
8300, ext. 1103 or Gus
Cancro with the FWC at
850-488-6058.


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Do you have sports-rdated news or


information you would like to see published in


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


sports@srpressgazette.com


Registration is current-
ly underway for Adult
6v6 soccer. Online reg-
istration is available at
the FCSR website
www.fcsantarosa.com.
The regi-stration fee
will be $70 for the 10
week season, with
games on Monday
evenings. For more
information please
check the FCSR web-
site or call 994-KICK.
VFW Golf
Tourney:' The Milton
Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 4833 will be
hosting a golf tourna-
ment on May 17 at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
This four-man
scramble 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 spon-
sor a veteran for a $50
donation with their
name and yours on a
tee sign.
The deadline to
enter is May 12.
An awards dinner
will immediately follow
the tournament at the
VFW Post on Carroll
Road in Milton.
For more information
call 994-9499 or 623-
4833.
Spaghetti dinner: The
Pace High School
Football Boosters will be
hosting a spaghetti din-
ner prior to the teams
Red and White game on
May 17.
The dinner is $5 a
place and will be served
from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30
p.m.
Saturday's scrim-
mage will, get underway
at 7:30 p.m.
For tickets you can
call 994-9047 or if you
need more information
you can visit the teams
website at www.pacepa-
triotfootball.org.
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 guaran-
teed.
Featured guest's 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 cover-
ing individual skills,
shooting, 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.stetson.edu/hoop-
scamp.
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.


This was just one of the young people who participated in last
year's Pensacola Kids' Fishing Clinic sponsored by the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the Florida
Department of Environmental Protection, and the Pensacola
Recreational Fishermen's Association along with other spon-
sors. This year's clinic is set for May 17 at the new Plaza de
Luna at the end of Palafox Street in Pensacola.
Photo provided by the FWC


Pensacola kids



fishing clinic is



set for May 17


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Edwards inks three-year

pact with Roush Fenway


Carl Edwards is staying
at Roush Fenway Racing,
signing a multi-year con-
tract to drive the No. 99
Ford.
"I signed my contract
[Thursday], so I'm staying
with Roush," Edwards said
just after exiting his car at
practice on Friday at
Richmond International
. Raceway. "I looked at
everything and I talked to
everybody and, for me, the
No. 1 thing is looking into
the future and saying,
'Where can I win the most
races and'have the most suc-
cess?'"
Team owner Jack Roush
said the deal was a three-
year contract.
"What we had hoped for
was more than that, but
what my understanding was


On the


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Driver: Sam Hornish
Owner: Roger Penske
Points: 757
Points out of 34th: 2
Points ahead of 36th: 71
Place Owner
33 Michael Waltrip
34 Teresa Earnhardt
35 Roger Penske
36 Bill Davis
37 Margaret Hass
38 JeffeVy Moorad'


the last time I knew what
-was on the table was that it
was a three-year deal,"
Roush said.
Edwards represented
himself in negotiations,
which he said took about a
week and a half.
Edwards' future with
Roush Fenway Racing had
been in limbo. His contract
was set to expire at the end
of the 2008 season, but he
didn't provide any hints as
to whether he was exploring
other options or seeking an
extension with Roush, say-
ing' he preferred to keep
those matters mute.
Just last week, Roush
said he felt confident he
would be able to keep
Edwards, who is in his fifth
season at the Sprint Cup
level.


Sam Hornishl
Driver Points
Michael Waltrip 760
Regan Smith 759
Sam Hornish Jr. 757
Dave Blaney , 686
Ken Schrader 648
J.J. Yeley 640


Former Southern 500 Champion Jeff Burton takes a ride around turn three at Darlington on a milling machine as part of the
$10-million improvement project.
Photo courtsey of Darlington Raceway


Facelift for'


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.com
Many in the racing world
felt the track which has the
reputation of being "Too
Tough to Tame" had met its
match despite it being the sec-
ond oldest active track on the
Sprint Cup Series Circuit.
Back in 2004, Darlington
Raceway looked as if it was
going to join tracks like the
Nashville Fairgrounds and
Rockingham as those who use
to be.
Darlington lost one of its
two dates and International
Speedway Corporation pur-
chased the track.
Labor Day Weekend
would now . be spent in
California and the Southern
500 was history, but the Lady
In Black wasn't going down
without a fight and it looks
like she has won.
In April of last year the
Board of Directors of ISC
approved more than $10-mil-
lion in funding for capital
projects at Darlington
Raceway, which is the largest
one-time capital investment in
the 58-year history of the
track.
The last time Darlington
was repaved was 1995 and the
new surface provided the
track record set by Ward


2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Clint Bowyer - 164.897
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Jeff Gordon - 124.372
Track Qualifying Record
Ward Burton - 173.797
m.p.h. (1995)
Track Race Record
Dale E arnhardt - 139.958
m.p.h. (1993)


After Dan Lowry 400


Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Jeff Burton
3. Dale Eamhardt, Jr.
4. Clint Bowyer
5. Kevin Harvick
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Jimmie Johnson
8. Tony Stewart
9. Greg Biffle
10. Carl Edwards


Behind
Leader
-18
-104
-123
-145
-146
-177
-198
-226
-265


Burton of 173.797 m.p.h.,
which still stands today.
Ward's brother, Jeff, won
the 50th running of the
Southern 500 and participated
in the work on the new surface
at Darlington as he drive a
milling machine in turn 3.
"I have never driven so
slow at Darlington," said Jeff
Burton, who is currently sec-
ond in Sprint Cup Series driv-
er standings. "A project of this
magnitude shows a commit-
ment to Darlington Raceway,
and that is something that race
fans everywhere should be
very pleased with.
During his * visit in
February Burton was present-
ed a historic piece of the start-
finish line by Darlington
Raceway President Christ
Browning.
"I consider winning the
50h Southern 500 at
Darlington Raceway the
biggest win of my career,"
said Burton. "Winning at
Darlington is more than a trip
to victory lane and a trophy; it
means your name goes down
in the record books as a win-
ner at one of NASCAR's most
historic tracks."
The history is definitely
there as construction of this
track, which is expected to
leave its famed stripe on more


in Black'


than one Sprint Cup Car
Saturday night, back in 1949
and hosted the first-ever
NASCAR-sanctioned race on
a paved speedway on Labor
Day 1950.
More improvements at
the track include the addition
of SAFTER barrier walls to
the interior front stretch and
backstretch concrete walls and
extending the length of each
pit box by one foot.
Another added feature is
the addition of a new infield
access tunnel in Turn 3, which
will now provide emergency
and safety vehicles easy
access in and out of the infield
area of the race tracks.
Goodyear is hoping they
are ready for what challenges
the new surface provides fol-
lowing a test involving Jeff
Gordon, Greg Biffle, and
Ryan Newman this past
March.
"The basic transitions, the
banking, and walls haven't
changed," said Gordon, who
is a seven-time winner at
Darlington. "The bumps are
gone, the grip level is high and
it's awesome. They did a great
job."
Biffle, who won back-to-
back races at Darlington from
2005-06, is .ready for the race
and what to expect on a track


known for drawing cars into
the clutches of the outside
wall.
"I'm happy with the new
surface," said Biffle. "There
aren't any bumps or dips that
we noticed.
"I was pretty impressed
with how smooth it was."
Daytona 500 winner
Ryan Newman is another who
can't wait for this weekend's
race.
"It is the most challenging
track that we have and that's
why I enjoy it the most," said
Newman. "You always are
having to adjust there."
A full field of cars is
expected again this Saturday
night, but don't expect it to. be
anything like the 75 cars in
Darlington's first race as qual-
ifying extended over two
weeks.
Johnny Mantz, who won
the inaugural event in 1950,
was the start of the legendary
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Stonebrook Golf Club
Stonebrook Ladies Golf
Association
Belle of the Month
May 6, 2008

Bell of the Month: Flora
Kyle
First Flight Gross: 1.
Melanie Duvall, 2. Sara
Nunn, 3: Dean Williams.
First Flight Net: 1. Audrey
Belanger, 2. Kateri Baker, 3.
Shatzi Clemons.
Second Flight Gross: 1.
Karen Feliciano, 2. Helen
Towne, 3. Joyce Parazine.
Second Flight Net: 1. Flora
Kyle, 2. Pat Bowers, 3. Janie
Trombley.
Chip-ins: P. Scruggs - No.
15, J. Trombley - No. 15, K.
Baker - No. 15, F. Kyle - No.
15, P. Goodlife - No. 13, and
J. Kelley - No. 15

Tanglewood Golf Club
Tanglewood Ladies Golf
Association
Mystery Nine Holes
May 1, 2008

Winners Net Scores: 1. Sue
Gibson 33.5, 2. Betty
Gullickson 34.5, 3. (tie)
Dearn Williams, Bobby Utt
35, 5. Dot Collins 36.5, 6.
Nancy Welch 37.5.

Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
April 28, 2008
2nd Half Final Standings

League Team Champion:
Three and One
High Average Men: Danny
Thompson - 208
High Average Women:
Karen Leath - 167
High Scratch Game Men:
Jim Westergard,. Mitch
Ryan, and Mike Hamada -
279
High Scratch Game
Women: Jeanette Lowe -
234
High Scratch Series Men:
Phillip Ware - 719
High Scratch Series
Women: Sam Howell - 579
High Handicapped Game
Men: Tito Jumenez - 312
High Handicapped Game
Women: Jeanette Lowe -
288
High Handicapped Series
Men: Bill Hughes - 815
High Handicapped Series
Women: Traci Vinson - 760
Most Improved Male: John
Bloomberg - 17 pins


Most Improved Female:
Carol Wassil - 21 pins

Overall League Standings:
1. Three and One 43-21,
2. Incredibles 42.5-21.5, 3.
Fun Bunch 41-23, 4. It
Doesn't Matter 38-26, 5.
Split Happens 37-27, 6.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 36-28, 7.
Dang's Crew 36-28, 8.
Dave's Gang 35.5-28.5, 9.
Three Gents and Queen
35-29, 10. Super Friends
32.5-31.5, 11. Fantastic
Four 31-33, 12. Pin Action
31-33, 13. New Recruits
31-33, 14. We Wuz
Robbed 30-34, 15. Strike
Force 28-36, 16. Damn 10
Pin 27-37, 17. Strike Force
II 26-38, 18. M and J's 21-
43, 19. The Wabbly Balls
21-43, 20. The Broken
Balls 17.5-46.5

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
April 29, 2008

.League Champions: The
Strike Force
High Game Men: Bob
Veit - 247
High Game Women:
Marette Sopris - 240
High Game Team: The
Extremists - 707
High Series Men: Bob
Veit - 675
High Series Women:
Marette Sopris - 536
High Series Team: The
Extremists - 2023

Overall League
Standings: 1. The Strike
Force 78-50, 2. Lucky
Strikes 71.5-56.5, 3.The
Extremists 71-57, 4.
Unpredictables 70.5-
57.5; 5. Optimists 68-60,
6. Just One Drop 61-67,
7. The Strike Team 60.5-
67.5, 8. Mattinators 57-
71, 9. F.O.G. 53.5-74.5,
10. Under The Influence
49-79.

Leagues Notes: Sign-ups
are currently underway
for a summer league that
starts May 20 at 7 p.m.
USBC Awards go to
Marette Sopris for bowl-
ing 140 points over series
average, a 500-599 series,
100 pins over her game
average of 127, and a
200 game. Brend Gilley
bowled a 182 with all


spares, and Shannon
Strand bowled a 606
series.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
April 30, 2008

High Scratch Game:
Edna Guy- 189
High Scratch Series:
Edna Guy - 500
High Scratch Team:
Three Stooges - 496
High Handicapped
Game: Edna Guy - 234
High Handicapped
Series: Terrie Hicks - 640
High Handicapped
Team: Three Stooges -
1856

Overall League
Standings: 1. Back Alley
Cats 83-49, 2. Three Peas
in a Pod 72-60, 3. Three
Stooges 65-67, 4. Almost
Should Been 63-69, 5.
Honey Bears 58.5-73.5,
6. Darlings of the
Morning 52.5-79.5.

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
May 1, 2008

League Team Champion:
The Last Team in a roll-off
over Two and Two
High Average Men: Dave
Harwick - 222
High Average Women: Pat
Booth - 161
High Scratch Game Men:
Phillip Warr - 289
High Scratch Game
Women: Ruby Grimes and
Debbie Ingraham - 234
High Scratch Series Men:
Tony Pettry - 770
High Scratch Series
Women: 'Betty Hamm -


High Handicapped Game
Men: Glen Lowe - 326
High Handicapped Game
Women: Cora Del Rosario -
301
High Handicapped Series
Men: Wayne Coppedge -
830
High Handicapped Series
Women: Lauralee Sands -
764
Most Improved Male: N/A
Most Improved Female:
N/A

Overall League Standings:
1. Two and Two 43.5-20.5,
2. The Big Quarters 40.5-
23.5, 3. Strike Force 39-25,
4. Jane's Crew 38-26, 5.
We Try Hard 37.5-26.5, 6.
U-Bang-E 37.5-26.5, 7.
Trouble Again 37.5-26.5,
8, E-N-V-Y 35-29, 9. Spit
Fire 34-30, 10. Split
Happens 34-30, 11. Family
Affair 33.5-30.5, 12.
Sliders 33-31, 13. Cabbies
33-312, 14. Family Matters
29-35, 15. M and,J's 29-
35, 16. Damn 110 Pin 29-
35, 17. Happy Four 28-36,
18. Yee Haw 28-36, 19.
We Wuz Robbed 27-37,
20. The Striking Force 27-
37, 21. The Dream Team
27-37, 22. Incredibels
24.5-39.5, 23. The Last
Team 22.5-41.5, 24. Blue
Jays 21.43.

Gospel Project Standings
As of May 3, 2008


Pro-Tee League
East W L
Noles 6 2
Wildcats 6 4
Jaguars 5 2
Canes 5 3
Trojans 1 9


West
Tides
Dawgs
War Eagles
Vols
Gators

Tee Ball
American
Bengals
Jets
Chiefs
Raiders
Titans

Nationals
Cowbbys
Bears
Seahawks
Rams

World
Bucs
Ravens
Dolphins
Broncos
Saints


League
W LT
9 00
7 20
3 60
2 80
2 80

W L T
6 40
5 50
4 5 1
4 60


LT
1 0
1 0
3 1
8 0
10 0


Homeruns: Josh (Bengals)
3, Zach (Bengals) 1, Logan
(Bengals) 1, Christian
(Dolphins) 3.


Red
Stingr


Pre-Tee League
East W L
Pandas 5 5
Joeys 4 4
Ponies 3 7
Kits 0 9


West
Pups
Tigers
Tads
Colts


Minor League
W L T
Vings 6 1 1
ays 6 2 0


Patriots
Lightning
Warriors


40
5 1
70


Little Major League
American W L T
Phillies 6 2 0,
Diamondbacks 5 4 0
Expos 5 4 0
Reds 1 7 0


National W L T
Marlins 7 1 0
Mets 6 3 0
Padres 5 4 0
Angels 0 9 0
Homeruns: Jacob W.
(Phillies) 1, Danniel
(Diamondbacks) 1.


Dizzy Dean

White Sox
Yankees
Blue Jays
Red Sox
Tigers
Pirates


Freshman
W L T
6 20
8 20
7 20
5 50
2' 7 0
0 10 0


Dizzy Dean Sophomore
W LT
Angels 7 2 0
Cubs 7 2 0
Diamondbacks 7 2 0
Red Sox. 5 5 0
Astrbs 2 8 0
Braves 1 8 0
Homeruns: C. Jimenez
(Angels) 1, Brad (Braves) 1,
Ryan (D-backs) 1.

Girls Minor League
W L T
Robins 7 2 0
Hawks 6 4 0
Larks 6 4 0
Pelicans 5 5 0
Jays 4 5 1
Kiwis 1 7 1


Dizzy Dean Junior
League


Liberty
Storm
Monarchs
Freedom
Power
Sparks

Girls Major

L. Arabians
L. Buckskins
L. Broncos
L. Mustangs
L. Palominos
L. Stallions


W LT
8 1 0
6 30
5 40
4 50
2 60
1 7 0

League
W LT
9 00
6 1 0
2 5 1
4 50
2 70
1 6 1


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Jay High junior, Dale Barlow, set a new school record at the
recent FHSSA State Meet in the 800meter run placing sec-
ond. He ran this race in 1:59.63 breaking his old record of
2:01.47. Barlow has scored in the 800 meter run at the
state meet for the last three years, finishing eighth, sixth,
and now second. Barlow is also a member of last year's
4x400 state runner-up team which also set a school record
of 3:26.58. He also set a triple jump school record at this
year's regional meet placing second with 43'5". Barlow fin-
ished ninth at state in the triple jump.
Submitted photo


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Sports


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Sports


Milton


Continued From Page One
"Ron is very vocal and a
motivator, while I am more
of a technical type of coach,"
said Larson. "That is the
game I know."
Larson stressed that he
hopes Assistant Coach
Harold Neely will stay on
with the softball program
and he hopes to fill out his
staff a little later on.
Following the announce-
ment Milton Athletic
Director Murray Rutledge
talked about the coaching
change.
"Not to say I am shocked
about this," said Rutledge. "I
am sad to see (O'Quinn) go,
but happy for him as this will
be a good move for him and
his family.
"We appreciate all his
dedication to Milton High
School and the softball team.
He had a very good rapport
with the players on his
team."
Assistant Principal Mike
Thorpe commented on just
how valuable the coaching
staff has become.
"It is a complement to
the program for such a good


assistant coach to be sitting
there and be interested in the
job," said Thorpe. "Jeff is an
x's and o's type of guy.
"There are so many
things a casual fan doesn't
recognize during the course
of a game that Jeff recog-
nizes and understands."
Larson understands the
game and has an investment
in the team with the fact his
daughter Alyssa is a pitcher
on the team, which will
return 10 players from a ros-
ter of 14.
"One thing we need to
work on is hitting the ball,"
said Larson, who is also an
assistant football coach.
"You have to hit the ball to
score runs.
"We have some decent
pitching and play good
defense, but we have hit to
score runs."
Alyssa is the current
leader of the Lady Panthers
pitching staff, but some of
the names coming up that
could star in the pitching cir-
cle at Milton - include
Chelsey Switzerlett,
Ashleigh Douglass, ' and
Katie Worley.


Aok a


Miss Softball?

Pace senior Katy Neal is just one of the area players who
were being considered as Miss Softball candidates in the
state of Florida. Others local candidates included Jay's
Amber Steadham and Central's Daysha Enfinger. Results
of the balloting for the final list of candidates is expected
sometime early next week.


Jay

Continued From Page One
so I am comfortable with the
format. But if you talk to me
next Saturday I might have a
completely different opinion
about it."
Diamond also pointed
out that NFC is also a talent-
ed team that can't be taken
lightly.
"I have been talking to
the guys about playing their
game and doing what they
have to do to win," said
Diamond. "We can't control
the other team all we can do
is what we can do and leave
it all out on the field."
This season Jorey's
father has been a familiar


sight along the left field
fence watching the games
with his coaching friends and
he is also getting advice at
times.
"If I had a nickel for
every time I asked him a
question this season I would
be a rich man," said
Diamond. "I have a lot of
respect for the job he did and
the other coaches who have
lasted in this profession for
15 to 20 years or more.
"It is a lot more- to being
a head coach that you might
imagine and I am glad there
are several veteran coaches I
can talk with and get guid,
ance from here at Jay."


Tyler Brogan signs a scholarship on Wednesday to play soccer at Auburn University in Montgomery at the Santa Rosa Co'unty
Library branch in Pace. Joining Brogan are his parents Teresa and Frank. While Brogan's club coach Louie Sahin and Dennis
Rosalee stand on the back row.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Brogan

Continued From Page One
strong tradition of
Southeastern players here at
AUM."
Brogan doesn't know
exactly how much playing
time to expect his freshman
year, but he is expecting to
see the pitch a great deal.
"Coach Wulf talked
about working me in at cen-
ter-mid and see how that
works out," said Brogan. "At
the recruiting camp that is


where I saw most of my
work.
"If it doesn't work out
there I guess they will send
me out wide."
Louie Sahin, Brogan's
coach with Pensacola
Football Club and Futbol
Club of Santa Rosa, was
pleased for his player of 13
years.
"I remember him start-
ing out when he was six
years old," said Sahin. "He


is a fantastic club player and
I am very proud of the excel-
lent job he did at PFC, high
school, and at FCSR."
Brogan loves a chal-
lenge and his challenge,
which he has now accom-
plished, was to make a team
whose reputation impressed
him.
"I was most impressed
by the schools reputation in
soccer," said Brogan. "I look
forward to being fairly close


to home, but I also am look-
ing forward to becoming a
much better player.
"They have a few of
their former players playing
pro soccer in Iceland."
While Brogan celebrat-
ed his achievement, it was
kind of odd to see it held off
of the Pace campus.
Brogan wasn't upset
about this, but admitted, "it
felt pretty odd" when he was
asked about it.


. . - nod-IaAm
Kyle Whitfield is joined by family and friends at Milton High School on Tuesday as he signs a scholarship to pitch next season
for Jefferson Davis Community College.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Kyle

Continued From Page One
While Bragg and his
staff might like to have
Whitfield for another sea-
son, he knows there are big-
ger and better things ahead
for him.
"Kyle should be con-
gratulated on a great year


and he is going on to be part
of a very class organization
in Brewton," said Bragg.
"Coach (Darrell) Blevins is
one of the finest men I know
and I am very excited for
Kyle.
"This is a good move
for him and an honor to


Kyle for the culmination
what he worked to reach
this goal."
Blevins, who drove to
Milton for Tuesday's sign-
ing, and was 'excited to not
only talk to'Kyle but also
his teammates.
"This is Kyle's day,"


said Blevins. "But I want to
take this opportunity to
thank everyone's support.
"This is a great day for
us as we are getting a quali-
ty young man who will play
a major role in a bunch of
games for us as we got a lot
better as a team today."


Drills


continue


Spring drills continue at Pace
and Milton campuses are foot-
ball practice is underway in
preparation for the spring jam-
boree to be held May 27 at Gulf
Breeze High School. Coaches
Mickey Lindsey and Mike
McMillion are both very
pleased with the efforts they are
getting and the number of play-
ers who turned out to partici-
pate in spring practice.

Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
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JUVENILE DVSION
CASE NO. 07-DEP-73
IN THE INTEREST OF:
M.L.S. DOB: 10/11/1990
MINOR CHILD
TO: Charles Sullivan, natu-
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Parent of: M.LS., a minor
DOB: 10/11/1990
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been filed in the above styled
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child born in Santa Rosa
County, Florida, by the Depart-
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Services, for subsequent adop-
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manded to be and appear be-
fore the Honorable Marci L.
Goodman Judge of the Circuit
Court in and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the Santa
Rosa County Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton, FL
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AND YOU SHALL PERMA-
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Division: E
ROBERT EDWARD PAQUETTE,
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ees, assignees, lienors, credi- IDA IN AND FOR SANTA
tors, trustees, and all parties ROSA COUNTY
claiming an interest by through Case #: 2008-CA-000294
under or against the Defend- Division #t:B
ants who are not known to be
dead or alive, and all parties UNC:
having or claiming to have any
ri ht, le or interest in the prop- D eutsche Bank Trust Company
erny described in the mortgage Americas formerly known as
being foreclosed herein. Banker's Trust Company, as
Trustee and Custodian for Mor-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED aan Stanley, MSAC
that an action to foreclose a 2007.NC2,
mortgage on the following prop- Plainliff,
erty:
LOT 1. BLOCK E, WHISPER
BAY 4TH ADDITION, BE- Lisa D. Evans and Joseph H. Ev-
ING A PORTION OF SEC- ans a/k/o Henry Evans, Her
TION 25 TOWNSHIP 2 Husband; David Mohon; Me.
SOUTH, RANGE 29 WEST, lissa A. Mohon, JPMorgan
SANTA ROSA COUNTY' Chase Bank, National Associa-
FLORIDA ACCORDING TO tion; Unknown Parties in Posses-
THE MAP OR PLAT sion #1; Unknown Parties in
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN Possession #2; if living, and all
PLAT BOOK C PAGE 69 Unknown Parties claiming by,
OF THE PUBUL RECORDS through, under and against the
OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY, above named named Defendants) who
FLORIDA. are not known to be dead or
alive, whether said Unknown
has been filed against you and Parties may claim an interest as
you are required to serve a Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grant-
copy of your written defenses if ees or Other Claimants
any, to it on DAVID J. STERN,'
ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney, whose Defendant(s).
address is 801 S University
Drive #500 Plantation FL NOTICE OF ACTION FORE-
33324 on or before Aprir 23, C L S U R E
2008 (no later than -30 days PROCEEDINGS-PROPERT
from tie date of the first publica-
tion of this notice of action) and TO:
file the original with the clerk of Joseph H. Evans a/k/a Henry
this court either before service Evans; ADDRESS UNKNOWN
on Plaintiff's attorney or imine - BUT WHOSE LAST KNOWN
diotely thereafter; otherwise a ADDRESS IS: 2912 Mossy
default will be entered against Cove Lane, Navarre, FL 32566
you for the relief demanded in
he complaint or petition filed Residence unknown, if living, in-
herein, cluding any unknown spouse of
WITNESS my hand and the seal the said Defendants if either
of this Court at SANTA ROSA has remarried and if either or
County, Florida, this 17 day atof both of said Defendants are
March, 2008. dead, their respective unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT signees, creditors, lienors, and
COURT trustees, and all other persons
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL claiming by, through, under or
BY: Angoela Dunn againstthe named Defendant(s)
DEPUTY CLERK and the aforementioned named
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aforementioned unknown De- 32570 in Santa Rosa County, higher sales price with the high-
fendants and such of the afore- Florida, at 11:00 a.m. CST on esT responsive bidder. Santa
mentioned unknown Defendants the June 24, 2008, the follow- Rosa County reserves the ri ht
as may be inants, incompetents ing described property as set to award more than one bid Ioit
or otherwise not sui uris. forth in said Order or Final determines such to be in the
Judgment, to-wit: best interest of Santa Rosa
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED County.
that an action has been com- LOT 26 BLOCK D OF PHASE Cn
menced to foreclose a mort- II, BRENTWOOD SUBDIVI- Each bidder will submit a mini-
gage on the following realprop- SION ACCORDING TO THE mum of $500.00 earnest
erty, lying and being an situ- PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED money deposit which will be
ated in Santa Rosa County, Flor- IN PLAT BOOK 9 PAGE 54 non refundable should such bid-
ida more particularly described OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF der be awarded the purchase.
as follows: SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- The deposit will be credited
IDA. against the purchase amount.
LOT 32, BLOCK A, MOSSY
COVE SUBDIVISION, AC- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN Santa Rosa County reserves the
CORDING TO THE PLAT INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS right to waive inaformalities in
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT FROM THE SALE, IF ANY bids with or without cause, to
BOOK C PAGE 155 OF HE OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY reject all bids or to accept the
PUBLIC RECORDS OL SANTA OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF bid that it determines to be in
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A the best interest of the County.
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
more commonly known as TER THE SALE. Each bidder making a purchase
2912 Mossy Cove Lane, Na- proposal agrees tat if it is
varre, FL 32566. If you are a person with a disa- awarded the bid, it will enter
bility who needs any accom- into a purchase agreement de-
This action has been filed modation in order to participate scribed herein willthin thirty days
against ,you and you are re- in this proceeding, you are enti- of the bid event. The purchase
quired to serve a copy of your tied, at no cost to you, to the agreement may be assigned by
written defense, if any, upon provision of certain assistance. the successful bidder to an as-
SHAPIRQ & FISHMAN, LLP, At- Please contact the Clerk of the signee approved by Santa Rosa
torneys Tor Plaintiff, whose ad- Court's at 850-623-0135 County at the County's sole dis-
dress is 10004 N. Dale Mabry 6865 Caroline Street Milton, FL creation.
Highway, Suite 112, Tampa, Fl 32570. If you are hearing or
33618 within thirty 130 days voice impaired, call By order ofthe Board of County
after the first publication of this 1-800-955-8771. Commissioners of Santa Rosa
notice and file the original with County, Florida.
the clerk of this Court either be - DATED at Milton, Florida, on
fore service on Plaintiff's ator- April 24, 2008. 050308
ney or immediately there after; 051008
orherwise a defaut will be en- MARY M. JOHNSON 5/4
tered against you for the relief As Clerk Circuit Court
demanded in the Complaint. CIRCUIt COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn
WITNESS my hand and seal of As Deputy Clerk
this Court on the 25 day of
March, 2008. SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, P.A. Legal 5/465
Attorneys for Plaintiff
MARY M JOHNSON PO BOX 11438 IN THIE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Circuit an County Courts Fort Lauderdale, FL THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 33339-1438 CUlT, IN AND FOR SANTA
By: Brandy Norris ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Deputy Clerk .050308 CASE NO: 2006-463-CA
050308 051008 GREEN TREE
051008 SERVICING-ALABAMA LLC,
544L2 F/K/A GREEN TREE FINAN-
CIAL SERVICING CORP.
3500 Blue Lake Drive; Suite
_______________ 360
Birmingham, AL 35243,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL
DIVISION
CASE NO.
572007CAOOO858XXXXXX
AURORA LOAN SERVICES,
LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LARRYJ. MCALPINE, et al.,
Defendants.
RE-OIE SALE
PRSU T CHAPTER
43
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order or Summary
Final Judgment of foreclosure
dated December 27, 2007 and
an Order Resetting Sale dated
April 23, 2008, and entered in
Case No.
572007CAOOO858XXXXXX of
the Circuit Court of the First Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for Santa
Rosa County, Florida wherein
AURORA LOAN SERVICES LLC
is Plaintiff and LARRY J.
MCALPINE; GENA P.
MCALPINE; BRENTWOOD
OWNERS' ASSOCIATION
INCi OPTION ONE MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION; UN-
KNOWN TENANT NO.1;
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2
and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY
THROUGH UNDER ORl
AGAINST A NAMED DEFEND-
ANT TO THIS ACTION OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO
.HAVE ANY RIGHT TITLE OR
INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY
HEREIN DESCRIBED, are De-
fendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
North Front Door of the Santa
Rosa Count Caurthouse, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton, FL


CATHERINE S. PARKER,
ROBERT E. JORDAN,
TARGET NATIONAL
BANK/TARGET VISA, THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF KEITH L.
JONES and THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ALBERT PARIS
A/K/A ALBERT E. PARIS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CATHERINE S. PARKER,
ROBERT E. JORDAN
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
KEITH L JONES and
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ALBERT PARIS A/K/A ALBERT
E. PARIS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a civil
action has been filed against
you in the Circuit Court, Co'unty
a SANTA ROSA, State of Flor-
ida to foreclose certain real
property described as follows:
LOT 22 TEE-DON FARMS, A
RESUBDIVISION OF ALL OF
LOTS 35, 38 39 50 52 AND
PART OF LOtS 34 AND 36 IN
A SUBDIVISION OF A PART OF
SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH RANGE 26 WEST
TALLAHASSEE MERIDIAN AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK A
PAGE 31 OF THE OFFICIAL
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA ACCORD-
ING TO PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK F AT PAGE 13 OF
'THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY TOGETHER WITH
ONE 1998 PALM HARBOR 76
X 32 N476DW MOBILE
HOME, SERIAL NUMBER
PH232070ABFL.


Notice is hereby given that the
Santa Rosa County Board of
County Commissioners will re-
ceive sealed bids for the pur-
chase of property located in the
Santa Rosa Industrial Park
(SRIP). Approximately 11
Eleven) acres of land located at
RIP is up for bid. Maps depict-
ing the available land are avail-
able at the Santa Rosa County
Bocrd of County Commissioners
Office, 6495 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570. Tele-
phone (850) 983-1877.
The use of said land will be lim-
ited to industrial/heavy commer-
cial use with the employment of
a minimum number ao 25 new
employees, and paying above
average of the County's aver-
age wage rate as stated by En
rerprise Florida and have capi-
tal investment of in excess of $5
million.
All bids must be in writing and
delivered by hand Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa 6osa County
Procurement Department; 6495
Caroline Street Suite G Milton,
Florida 3257d" and must be re-
ceived b t0:-d0 a.m. June 3
2008; a' which time bids will
be opened and read aloud. All
interested parties are invited to
attend.
Bids are to be sealed and
plainly labeled "BID - SALE
OF PROPERTY." Bids re-
ceived after tire time set or the
bid opening will be rejected
and returned unopened to the
bidder.
Santa Rosas Counly will retain
the riht of. first refusal in the
event he property is sought to
be sold. Santa Rosa County re-
serves the right to negotiate a


whose address is 2810 Reming-
ton Green Circle Suite A, Talla-
hassee Florida $2308, at least
thirty (01 days from the date of
first publication, and file the
original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
a ely thereafter; otherwise, a de-
fau will be entered against you
For the relief demanded in the
complaint.
Dated this 28 day of April,
2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
CLERK OF COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Timothy D. Padgett, Esq.
Timothy D Padgett P.A.
2810 Remington Green Circle,
Suite A
Tallahassee FL 32308
(850 422-.520 (phone) (850)
422-2567 (fax)
050308
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08 000 339-CA
THE WHATLEY LIVING TRUST
Dated October 11, 2000,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD EILERT and FLEET FI-
NANCE & MORTGAGE, INC.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Fleet Finance & Mortgage,
Inc.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose mortgage in the
following property in Santa
Rosa County, Floarida:
Lot 21 Block T Round-Up Valley
a subdivision as found recorded
in Plot Book "B" Page 160 of
the Public Records of Santa
Rosa County, Florida.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses if
any, to i on Paul R. Green, the
plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
dress is 6850 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570 on or be-
fore May 28, 2008 and file
the original with the clerk of this
court either before service on
the plaintiff's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise a
defaout will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
he complaint.
DATED this 30 day of April "
2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
As Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn
As Deputy Clerk
050308
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2007-CA-311
DIVISION A
WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK,
plaintiff,


You are required to file. a writ- vs.
ten response with the Court and
serve a copy atof your written de- JOHN P. IACEY, et al,
tenses if any, to' it on Timothy Defendant(s).
D. Padgett, plaintiff's attorney,


Write your message here


You can mail this form

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off at: 6629 Elva Street

Milton, FL 32570 on or
before May 21st


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& wish you all
the luck in the
world with
your future.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN our-
suant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated April
28 2008 and entered in Case
N6, 2007-CA-311 of the Cir-
. cuit Court of the FIRST Judicial
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA
County, Florida wherein WASH-
INGTON MUTUAL BANK, is
the Plaintiff and JOHN P.
LACEY THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JOHN P. LACEY
N/K/A DIANE LACEY; CAPI-
TOL ONE BANK; are the De-
endants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 3 day of
June, 208, the following de-
scrited property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:

COMMENCING AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
LOT W W ACCORDING
TO PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK A AT PAGE
70 OF THE PUBUC REC-
OTDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA*
THENCE EAST ALONG THa
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY
UNE OF U.S. HIGHWAY 98
A DISTANCE OF 322.34
FEET- THENCE NORTH 300
FEET' THENCE EAST 180
FEET THENCE NORTH
1256 FEET TO POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 150
FEET- THENCE EAST 130
FEET'- THENCE SOUTH 150
FEET'- THENCE WEST 130
FEETTO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; BEING LOTS 34
AND 35 BANDERA, AN
UNRECORDED
SUBDMVISION.
A/K/A 2240 CHAPARRAL
STREET GULF BREEZE, FL
32566
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
thm %e sl, if any,

ie Us Pendens must le a
claim within sity (60)
days after me sole.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on April 28,
2008.
Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAl.
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
050308
051008
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUITr IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CML ACTION
CASE NO. 07-732 CA
DMSION
BANK OF NEW YORK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS CWABS,
INC. ASSETBACKED CERTIF-
I,,AESSERIES 2006-11,
vs. .
MICHAELMALLOY, et al,
Doe~ndantqs).


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has been filed a Hainstyou, WIL- 2 " -. .
LIAM H. CLINCH III UNI - th . .
KNOWN SPOUSE Or WIL- that the names and
LIAM H. CLINCH AND UN- those to whom it hc
KNOWN OCCUPANTS TEN- signed by such orde
ANTS OWNERS AND OTHER
UNKNOWN PARTIES, and you N-AM ADDR
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to Larry Thomas Cupitt
it, on the Plaintiff's attorney Steep Bank Drive
whose name and address is EN- Cary, NC 27518-8S
RICO G. GONZALEZ, PA.,
6255 East Fowler Avenue Tern- Dennis Frank Cupitt
pie Terrace Florida 3J617, Hickory Knoll Dr
and file the original with the Houston, TX 77059
clerk of the above-styled Court
no later than 30 donays from the Carol Cupitt Parks
date of the first publication of ble Brook Dr.
this Notice of Action otherwise Clinton, MS 39056
a judament may be entered
against you for the relief de- ALL INTERESTED PER
handed in the Complaint or Pe- NOTIFIED THAT:
lition. All creditors of the e
decedent and pers(
WITNESS my hand and the claims or demands
seal of said Court on April 25, estate of the dece
2008. than those for whor


Mar M. Johnson
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in this
Hearing should contact the
A.D.A. Coordinator not later
than seven (71 days prior to the
proceeding af the Florida Relay
Service at'-800-955-8770.
050308
051008
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 08-419 CA
RMS RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES,
LLC.
PLAINTIFF,
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for full payment was
the Order of Summary
tration must file their ci
this court WITHIN THE
RIODS SET FORTH
TION 733.702 OF T
IDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE
NOT SO FILED WILL
EVER BARRED. N'
STANDING ANY OTtH
CABLE TIME PERIOD
CLAIM FILED TWO Y
MORE AFTER
DECEDENT'S DATE C
IS BARRED
The date of first public
this Notice is May 3,
Attorney for Person G
tice:
/s/ Roy V. Andrews
Roy V. Andrews
Lindsay & Andrews P.
Post Office Box 58'
Milton, Florida 32572
18501 623-3200
Florida Bar No.: 2282
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Larry Cupitt
Larry Cupitt
050308
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... SECONDS EAST 245.0 FEET - i - i Li-iE 111- it l -
i TO THE POINT OF BEGINN- CO. INC.; WEBER TILE AND
I ... ING; THENCE CONTINUE STONE INC. A/K/A WEBER
address of SOUTH 39 DEGREES 33 TILE & STONE, INC and BY
been as- MINUTES 40 SECONDS THE SEA COMMUNITY OWN-
are: WEST 245.0 FEET TO THE ERS ASSOCIATION, INC.,
NORTHERLY WATERS EDGE
S OF RACCOON BAYOU, BE- Defendants.
ING ALSO THE POINT OF
1 0 4 BEGINNING; THENCE NOTICE OF SALE
NORTH 39 DEGREES 33
4 MINUTES 40 SECONDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
EAST 239.0 FEET TO SAID that the undersigned Clerk ot
15906 SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa
WAY UNE; THENCE SOUTH County, Florida, ursuant to the
82 DEGREES 25 MINUTES FINAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT
28 SECONDS EAST ALONG OF FORECLOSURE, entered in
109 Peb- SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT this cause, will sell at the front
OF WAY UNE 90.0 FEET- door of the Santa Rosa County
THENCE DEPART SAID Courthouse in Milton, Florida
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF at 11:00 a.m. 8C0, on the 3rd
ONS ARE WAY UNE SOUTH 39 DE- day of June, 2008, the follow-
GREES 33 MINUTES 40 ing described real property ly-
ale of the SECONDS WEST 257.0 ing and being in an'a Rosa
is having FEET TO SAID NORTHERLY County, Florida, to-wit:
aoinst the WATERS EDGE, THENCE
ent other NORTHWESTERLY ALONG Lot 3, Bloc B of Y THE
provision AND TOGETHER WITH THE SEA, according to the Plat
made in MEANDERINGS OF SAID thereof, as recorded in
SAdminis WATERS EDGE 90.0 FEET Plat Book 9, Page(s) 98
aims with TO THE POINT OF BEGINN- of the Public Records of
ETIMEPE- ING. BEING LOT 17, Santa Rosa County, Flor-
IN SEC- BLOCK A, OF AN UNRE-. ida.
HE FLOOR CORDED SUBDIVISION
KNOWN AS BAYOU Lot 4, Block B of BY THE
EMANDS GRANDE SEA, according to the Plat
BE FOR- thereof, as recorded in
OTWITH has been filed against you and Plat Book 9, Page(s) 98
ERAPPLI- you are required to serve a of the Public Records a
)D, ANY copy of your written defenses Santa Rosa County,
YEAR OR within 30 days after the first Florida.
THE publication, if any, on Florida
)F DEATH Default Law Group, P.L. Lot 6, Block B of BY THE
Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- SEA, according to the Plat
ication of dress is 9119 Corporate Lake thereof, as recorded in
2008. Drive Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- Plat Book 9, Page(s) 98
ida 33634 and file the original of the Public Records o
yiving No- with this tourt either before Santa Rosa County,
service on Plaintiff's attorney or Florida.
;immeJ;atel, thereafter. other-


wise a default will e entered
A. against you for the reliefe-
manded in the Complaint or pe-
S tition.


291


DOVER DANIELS A/K/A DO- THE CIRCUIT COURT
VER DWIGHT DANIELS, ET AL., INRTHESANTACiRCUIT COURTosA
DEFENDANTS. COUNTY FLORIDA PRO-
NOTIE A N BATE DIVISION
C EONSTRUCTVESEVICE File No. 57-2008-CP-149
Division "B"
TO: DOVER DANIELS
A/K/ADOVER DWIGHT IN RE: ESTATE OF
DANIELS AND UNKNOWNJesse B. Bonam
SPOUSE DOVER DANIELS Deceased.
A/K/A DOVER DWIGHT Deceased
DANIELS
whose residence is unknown if NOTICE TO CREDITORS
he/se/they be lvin; tand if The administration of the estate
known defendants who may be of Jessie B. Bonam, deceased,
onseshr defiedatssw o ay whose date of death was Febru-
ees, assianees lienors, credi- 0, 208 sp i inthe
arssies, a lSl careie Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
tars,n nns eres, andalparties Count, Florida, Probate Divi-
clndmin an inst , th rouh sin. 5he address of which is
ansder or are ainst kownt befn 6865 Caroline Street Suite N,
antsd who alivre not known rt be Milton, Florida 325700472.
head in or e a ng ' ale a The names and addresses of the
right, itleor interest in the prop. personal representative's attor-
ely described in the mortgage y are set orthbelow.
being foreclosed herein ey are set forth
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED All creditors of the decedent
that an action to. foreclose a and other persons having claims
mortgage on the following prop- or demands against decedent's
mortgageestate on whm a copy of this
erty notice is required to be served


This notice sh
once each wei
utive weeks i
zette.
WITNESS my I
of this Court c
April, 2008.
Mary M. John
Clerk of the Cc
CIRCUIT COU
By: Angela DL
As Deputy Cle
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MARK NOBLE
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4336 FLORID,
PACE FL 3257
850-94-9442
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NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED DSOR ST A court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 AND STORA
E SCHEDULED WINDs6R FOREST PHASE
FOECLOSRESAL TWO, ACCORDING TO THE MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF CRUED IN TI
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF $750.00. TI
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN our- IN PLAT BOOK E PAGE THI DAS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- CHARGES
suant to an Order Rescheduling 69 OF THE PUBLIC REC- TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF TO ACCRUE,
Foreclosure Sale dated Ap OWDS OF SANTA ROSA ACOPY OFTHIS NOTICE ON $0.00 PER DA
28 2008 and entered in Case COUNTY, FLORIDA. THETHE LIEN C
NO. 07-732 CA of the Circuit All other creditors of the dece ABOVE ENA L
Court of the FIRST Judicial Cir- has been filed against you and dent and other ereons hovie SUBJECT TO
cuit in and for SANTA ROSA you are required to serve a p
COUNTY, Florida wherein copyofyourwrittendefenses if claims or demands against PURSUANT
O oySTERo, decedent's estate must file their 713.585, FLC
BANK OF NEW YORK AS an to it on DAVID J. STERN, witi r T AND UNLESS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI- ESQ. Plaintiff's attorney, whose na CLE
CATEHOLDERS CWABS INC. address is 900 South Pine Is- MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF VEHICLE IS RI
ASSETBACKED CERTIFICATES land Road #400, Plantation, FL THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE SAID LI
SERIES 2006-11, is the Plaintiff 33324-3920 on or before June THIS NOTICE. MENT AS ALL
and MICHAEL MALLOY; 9, 2008, (no later than 30 days AIM THE ABOVEICLE
JENNY MALLOY TENANT #1; from the date of the first publica- ALL CLAIMS NOT IfLED TOR VEHICLE;
TENANT #2; TENANT #3- tion of this notice of action) and WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS TO SATISFY
TENANT #4 are the DefencU file the original with the clerk of SET FORTH IN SECTION MOTOR VEHI
ants, I will sell to the highest this court either before service' 733702 OF THE FLFORIDA DEEMED ANOR
and best bidder for cash at on Plaintiff's attorney or immedi- PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR CLAIMED OR
STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA atel thereafter; otherwise a de- VER BMAIN UNPAI
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at faulfwillbe entered aoainstIyou MAY BEPSOL
S1:00AM, on the 3 day of for the relief demanded in the NOTWITHSTANDINGMEROSE FOTHE MAY BE SOFLD
June 2008, the following de- complaint or petition filed TIM E ANYRIOD SET FORTH FREE OF AL
scribed property as set forth in herein. TWO i2 YEARS OR MORE AF- ERWISE PRO'
said Final Judgment: WITNESS my hand and the seal TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE ORDER. THE
COMMENCE ' AT A 4 of this Cour at SANTA ROS OF DEATH IS BARRED. NATED LIENO
COMC ENCUE C A NTt 0 lrs orth at day ESELL THE MO
INCHES SQUARE CON- County Florida, this 24 day o The dale of first publication of FOLLOWS.
CRETE - E, SMONUMENT AprIl, 20081 thiS n i 2008
(UNMARKED)JLOCATED AT this notice is May 3, 2008.
THEM ,SOUTHWEST CORNER MARY M. JOHNSON A oNE oR PUBLIC AUCTI C
OF SOUTHEAST 14 OF CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Attorney for Personal Represent- AT 4336
SECTION 17 TOWNSHIP 2 COURT alive . PA CE FL 3250
SOUTH, RAGE 27 WEST CIRCUIT COURT SEAL /s/EAngelaJ. Jones N AT 8:00:
SANTA ROSA COUNTY BY: BRANDY NORRIS Agela Jones 26TH DAY OF
IDA D O DEPUTYCRKFlorida Bar No. 096441
FLORIDA SAID MONU- DEPUTY CLERK Locklin Jones & Saba, PA STATEMENT
EAST CORNER OF EAST LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J Milton, Florida 32570 NOTICE THA
BAY HEIGHTS SUBDIVI- STERN Telon, : For a3250 N OF THE MOT
SION AS RECORDED IN ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF Telephone: (850 623-2500 OF THE MOT
PLAT BOOK B, PAGE 149 900 SOUTH INE ISLAND ANY P TERESTIN
OF THE PUBUC RECORDS ROAD SUITE 400 Personal Representative TE HAS A RIGHT
OF SAID COUNTY, THENCE PLANTATION, FL 33324-3920 s/Franklin Bonam HAT ANYRIG
NORTH O DEREES 25 08-43651 (SLS) 16431 Hihway 9 North SCHEDULED D
MINUTES 00 SECONDS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE e6431 Hhay 29 FILING A DE
EAST AND 'ALONG THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- Brewton, Alabama 36426 FLARING A DE
WEST UNE OF SAID TIES ACT, persons with HEARING W
SOUTHEAST 1/4 FOR disabilities needing a special 050308 OF THE CIRC
1141.75 FEET TO THE accommodation should contact 051008 THE COUNTY
POINT OF BEGINNING COURT ADMINISTRATION, at 5/473 MOTOR VEHI
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH the SANTA ROSA County THE LIEN OF TR-
00 DEGREES 25 MINUTES Courthouse at COIEHEARIGT
00 SECONDS EAST FOR 1-800-955-8771 (TDD or Legal 5/474 HEARING T
130.65 FEET, THENCE 1-800-955-8770, via Florida OWNERS AT
NORTH 89 DEGREES 83 Relay Service. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF REFLECTED IN
MINUTES 19 SECONDS THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- NOTICE THA
EAST FOR 85.94 FEET TO 050308 CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA OF THE MOT(
THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY 051008 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA A RIGHT TO
NE OF BERGREN ROAD 5/470 CIVIL ACTION SESSION OF
(50 FEET R/W, THENCE CASE NO.: 2007-386-CA EWITH
SOUTHa21 DEGREES 32 Legal 5/471 DIVISION: B U- DICIAL PR
MINUTES 16 SECONDS POSTING A
EAST ALONG SAID WEST IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BANK OF NEW YORK AS POSTINE
RIGHT OF WAY UNE FOR THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI- SCORDANCE v
90.00 FEET, THENCE IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA CATEHOLDERS CWABS, i OF
SOUTH 68 DEGREES 27 COUNTY FLORIDA INC. ASSET-BACKED CER-
MINUTES 44 SECONDS CASE NO. 05-68 CA 01 TIFICATES SERIES NOTICE TH
WEST FOR 129.29 FEET TO 2006- CeE P
THE POINT OF BEGINN- MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC Plainti CEEDS FRO
ING. REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, THE MOTOR
INC., as nominee for CHASE vs. ING AFTER P
A/K/A 2211 . BERGREN HOME FINANCE LLC succes- AMOUNT CIL
RAD GULF BREEZE, FLsory merger to CHAE MAN THE UNKNOWN HEIRS LIENOR WILL
3256 HATAN RTGAGE CORPO- DEVISEES, GRANTEES AS WITH THE CL
RATION, successor to CHEMI- SIGNEES'UENORS, CRED- D IT CLI
An peron idaming anN A RO P UN OA
An s n CALRESIDENTAL MORTGAGE TARS TRUSTEES ORC ITD OU
atrs spsCORPORATION, OTHER CLAIMANTS'CLAIM- N UPON
PURSUANT T
te sle, if n, ING BY, THROUGH, UN- N6TOFFL
an ; JU T' X'Plaintiff, E DER, OR TAG N -E 3 .5O
owner as o me depd of vs. IA CARR, DECEASEED, et 3.585.
th A.sPen en y (0 JOSEPH E. BOWLES III, e, ux., Defendant(s). , 051008
days agir en ssal.y(60 etlal. ,051008
Defendantss. NOTICE OF ACTION 4S
WITNESS MY HAND and the O Legal 5/476
WUNEWSS POUSENDFand NOTICE OF SALE THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, an m
seal of this Court on April 28, NOICE OF SALE THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
2008. C.I DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS- N TCF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur. SIGNEES UENORS, CkEDI-
Ma7,M.Johnson suant to the Final Judgment en- TORS, TRUSTEES, OR MA1S
Clerk of the Circuit Court tAred in this case now pending OTHER CLAIMANTS LAIM- S
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL in said Court the style of whicS ING BY, THROUGH UN-
By: Brandy Norris is indicated above DER, OR AGAINST, MON- 200
Deputy Clerk I will sell to the highest and best ICA CARR,
bidder for caSh at the Front DECEASED Pyrsuanl to CI
050308 North Courthouse Steps of ida Statutes
051008 the SANTA ROSA County LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- County School
5/468 7Couf0;the 6865 CoensI E KNOWN public heariEc
Street, ilton, Florida revisions adc
---3257U, on the 18th day of CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- tions to the i
l /49 JUNE 2008, at 11:00 a.m., KNOWN Conduct tor '
Legal 5/469 the following described prop putose of thr
IN TE CIRCUI COURT OF erty as set forth in said Order or ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN date the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Final Judgment, to-wit: . PARTIES CLAIMING BY, Code of Condu
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-THROUGHUNDER with legislative
CUlT OF THE STATE OF THE N 88.5' OF LOT 1 AGAINST' THE EREIN of Education
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BLOCK 3 LOTS 2 AND 6 NAMEDINDIVIDUAL DE-Epublic hearing
SANTA RbSA COUNTY BLOCK 3, DAVIDSON'S FENDANT(S) WHO ARE 6:30 PM at
GENERAL CM1L DIVISION SUBDIVISION ACCORD- NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD County Sc ao
Case No. ING TO THE PLAT RE- OR AUVE WHETHER SAID 5086 CanaltS
57-2008-CA-000540 CORDED IN PLAT BOOK AUNKNON PARTIES MAY ida
Division B PAGE 41, OF THE PUBUC CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES Copies of prc
WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL COUNTY, FLORIDA. GRANTEES OR OTHE( additions and
SYSTEM FLORIDA, INC. ANY PERSON CLAIMING CLAIMANTS available for
Plaintiff AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- nation at the o
PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- intendenl of S
vANY OTHER THAN THE KNOWN Florida from 8
WILUAM H. CLINCH II1; UN- PROPERTY OWNER AS OF PM, Monday
OWN PS OFW THE DATE OF THE LIS CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- Aril 25 20
KNOWN SPOUSE OFl WIL- PENDENS MUST FILE A KNOWN 12, 2006.
LIAM H. CFINACHII WELLS CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
FARGO FINANCIAL BANK AFTER THE SALE. YOU ARE OTIFIED that an ac- John W. Roges
aTd UNKNOWN OCC- ORDERED AT SANTA ROSA lion to frecose a mortgage on Superintenden
PANTS TENANTS OWNERS, COUNTY, FLORIDA, this 24 the following property in
and OtHER UNKNOWN PAR day of April, 2008. SANTA ROSA County, Florida: 051008
TIES including if a named de-
fend'ant is deceased, the per- MARY M. JOHNSON COMMENCE AT THE 052408
sonalrepresentatives, the survsv As Clerk Circuit Court NORTHWEST CORNER OF 053108
ing spouse, heirs, devisees, SANTA AOSA, Florida SECTION 17 TOWNSHIP 1 5/4
grantees creditors and all CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SOUTH, RANGE 28 WEST
other parties claiming by, By. Angela Dunn SANTA ROSA COUNTY'
through , under ther against that As Deputy Clerk FLORIDA- THENCE SOUTH 54
de ndant, and the several and 05 DEGEES 00 MINUTES gal 5/477
respective unknown assigns, 050308 00 SECONDS EASTALONGIN
successors in interest, trustees or 051008 IN THE C
other persons claiming by, 5/47THE EAST UNE THEREOF FOR THE F
through, under or against any 1755.60 FEET; THENCE FOR THE F
corpthrough, under or against any NORTH 73 DEGREES 48 CIRCUIT RI
corporation or other [ng slty MINUTES 30 SECONDS SANTA RO
named as a defendant, and aol MNUE 3 EO FLORIDA
claimants, persons or parties, Legal 5/472 WEST 2 569.51 FEET TO
natural or corporate, or whose AN INTERSECTION WITH CASE7-01221-
exact legal status is unknown IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CENTERLINE OF A07-01221-
claiming under any of the AND FOR SANTA ROSA PAVED COUNTY ROAD (50BANCORPSC
above named or described de. CUNTY, FLORIDA FEET R/W; THENCEMisi bal
tendonts File No.:57-2008-CP-1 13 NORTH 48 DEGREES 31 Plaintiffpph
Defendants Dilision: MINUTES 26 SECONDS
WEST ALONG SAID CEN- v.
NOigCE OF SUIT PROP. IN RE: ESTATE OF: TERIJNE 1232.61 FEET TO
AN INTERSECTION WITH M2 BTS DEVELi
O LULA BELLE CUPIT, THE CENTERLINE OF F'nda lRmKe
TO: WILLIAM H. CLINCH IIILODGEPOLE DRIVE (50 pny MARK
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF WIL- Deceased. FEET R/VS THENCE SOUTH individual; MI
LIAM H. CLINCH W1L-39 DEGREES 33 MINUTES NER,anindi,
UNKNOWN OCCUPANTSNOTICE TO CREDITORS 40 SECONDS WEST CONSTRUCTI
HrtUNKNOWN t ANTS Ndn . u m ma r y ALONG SAID E CENTERNE LPRI E LNC.
TENANTS OWNERS, AND RDIV . FRI .
OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES R min fstration)O LODGEPOLE DRIVE U BAY ACE HA
Residence: Unknown 770.0 FEET TO A RADIUS BER AND PAIl
Maililg Address: Unknown TO ALL PERSONS HAVING POINT OF A CUL-DE MOUNTAIN h
CLAIMS OR DEMAND THENCE SOUTH 82 DE- dba EME
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: GREES 25 MINUTES 28 BUILDIN GMA
Ithat an action toforecleose Fi a SECONDS EAST ALONGEASTERN SAl
etanaton the follow e 0 You, are hereby notified, that an THE CENTERUNE OFSAID


PFLAT O SANTILLANA ASE- 57-2008-CP- 13, by the Circuit FEET TO THE SOUTHER30.02 SALE INCC
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK D Court for Santa Rosa County, RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF RNERINTIA
PAGE 24,OFTHE PUBLICREC- Florida Probale Division the SAID LODGEPOLE DRIVE RESIDENTIAL
ORDS OF SANTA ROSA address of which is 6865 Caro-. 50 FEET R/ SAID EKA GULF IN
COUNTY, FLORIDA. line Street Milton Flrida POINT LYING N 39 E INGIN
____32570; that the eeet's DEGREES 33 MINUTES 40 MARBLE CC


eall be published
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n the Press Ga-
hand and the seal
on this 23 day of

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CLE FOR REPAIR
GE CHARGES AC-
IE AMOUNT OF
THESE STORAGE
/ILL CONTINUE
AT THE RATE OF
AY.
AIMED BY THE
OED LIENOR IS
ENFORCEMENT
TO SECTION
ORIDA STATUTES
i SAID MOTOR
DEEMED FROM
ENOR BY PAY-
OWED BY LAW,
DESCRIBED MO-
S MAY BE SOLD
THE LIEN. IF THE
CLE IS NOT RE-
4C REMAINS UN-
CHARGES FOR
STORAGE RE-
D, THE VEHICLE
AFTER 60 DAYS
S PRIOR LIENS
E, UNLESS OTH-
'IDED BY COURT
ABOVE DESIG-
DR PROPOSES TO
FOR VEHICLE AS

ON TO BE HELD
)RIDATOWN RD
71 COMMENC-
00 AM ON THE
F MAY, 2008
OF OWNERS
T THE OWNER
OR VEHICLE OF
IN CLAIMING IN-
R LIEN THEREON
TO A HEARING
E PRIOR TO THE
DATE OF SALE BY
DEMAND FOR A
ITH THE CLERK
:UIT COURT IN
IN WHICH THE
CLE IS HELD BY
.ND BY MAILING
IE DEMAND FOR
O ALL OTHER
ID LIENORS AS
THE NOTICE.
T THE OWNER
OR VEHICLE HAS
RECOVER POS-
THE MOTOR VE-
IUT INSTITUTING
OCEEDINGS BY
BOND IN AC-
WITH THE PROVI-
LORIDA STATUTE

AT ANY PRO-
I THE SALE OF
VEHICLE REMAIN-
AYMENT OF THE
CLAIMED TO BE
WING TO THE
BE DEPOSITED
ERK OF THE CIR-
FOR DISPOSI-
COURT ORDER
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hepter 120, Flor-
the Santa Rosa
Board will hold a
1 to consider the
iliions and dele-
Student Code of
2008-2009. The
ese changes is to
existing Student
uct in accordance
e and State Board
Regulations. The
g is June 12 at
the Santa Rosa
sol Board Room,
street, Milton, Flor-

sposed revisions,
deletions will be
study and exami-
ffice of the Super-
chools in Millon
8:00 AM to 4;06
through Friday,
08 through June

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RCUIT COURT
IRST JUDICIAL
N AND FOR
ISA COUNTY,
NO.
A-01
IUTH BANK, a
king corporation

LOPMENT, LLC a
d liability com-
L. MARLOW an
CHAPEL S. FAUJLK-
viduali TRICKUM
ION '& PAINT-
PUGH ENTER-
, d/b/a SOUTH-
ARDWARE, LUM-
'NT CO.; SMOKY
MATERIALS, INC.,
ERALD COAST
TRIALS SOUTH-
SH AND DOOR
LUMBER & SUP-
,NY; EMERALD
TRIALS' WHOLE'
3ULF COAST EN-
:OMMERCIAL &
DESIGN INC.
COAST ENGI-
C. PANHANDLE
)MPANY, INC.


Lot 1, Block B of BY THE
SEA, according to tmle Plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plate Book 9, Page(s) 98,
of the Public Recors
Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
This Notice of Sale dated this 2
day of May, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON,
CLERK
Santa Rosa County Circuit
Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Angela Dunn
Deputy Clerk
051008
.051708
5/477
Legal 5/478
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 07-CA-001302
DIVISION:
EVERHOME MORTGAGE
Plaintiff
vs.
E. DAVID BISHOP A/K/A
EDIIN DAVID BISHIP
AK/A DAVID BISHOP, et

Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Pursuant to a Final Judament of
Foreclosure dated May 1,
2008 and entered in Case No.
07-CA-001302 of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit
in and for Santa Rosa County,
Florida in which EverHome
Mortgage Company, is the
Plaintiff and E. David Bishop
a/k/a Edwin David Bishop
a/k/a David Bishop, , are De.
pendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in on
the front steps of the Santa Rosa
County Courthouse, 6865 Car-
oline Street, Milton, FL 32572,
Santa Rosa County, Florida at
11:00AM CST, 12:00PM EST
on the 19 day of June, 2008,
the following described prop-.
erty as set Torth in said Final
Judgment of Foreclosure:
LOT 25, BLOCK "A",
ROBLEDAL ESTATES, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK "C" PAGE
46 OF THE PUBUC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 6690 AVENIDA
CODORNIZ NAVARRE,
FLORIDA 32566
Any person claiming an interest
.in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a claim within
60 days after the sale.
Dated in Santa Rosa County,
Florida this 1 day of May,
2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Santa Rosa County, Florida
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Susan Land
Deputy Clerk
Albertelli Law
Attorney for Plaintiff
777 S. Harbour Island Blvd.
Suite 940
Tampa FL 33602
(813) 22-4743
In accordance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing special
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact
Brenda Stores at (850)
623-3159, not later than seven
(7) days prior to this proceed-
ing.
051008
051708

Legal 5/479
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO:
2008-CA-000531
DIVISION: A
U C N :
552008CA000531XXCICI
WALTER MORTGAGE COM-
PANY
Plaintiff,
vs.
LINDA S. TILLER; RAYMOND L.
TILLER; JOHN DOE;
Defendant (s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO THE FOLLOWING DEFEND-
ANT (S):
LNDA S. TILLER- last known ad-
6008 APPLEGATE STREET, MIL-
TON, FL 32570
also attempted:
LINDA S. TILLER, 6472 RENEE
CIRMILTON, FL 32583
LINDA S. TILLER, 6608
APPLEGATE STREET, MILTON,
FL 32570
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in
SANTA ROSA County, Florida:
LOTS 3 & 4 BLOCK 18 MIL-
TON HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION
LYING PARTLY IN NW 1/4 Ot
NW 1/4 OF SECTION 34
PARTLY IN SW 1/4 OF SW
114 OF SECTION 27, ALL IN
T2NR28W ACCORDING TO
PLAT BOOK "A" RANGE 30
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses if
any, to if on the attorney for the
Plaintiff:
NIXON & ASSOCIATES
3105 W. WATERS AVE., SUITE
204
Tampa, FL 33614
on or before June 16, 2008, or
within 30 days of the first publi-
cation of this notice of action,
and file the Oricinal with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs attorneys or
immediately thereafter; other-
wise a default will be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint.
DATED on May 1, 2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
SANTA ROSA County
P.O. Box 472
MILTON FL 32572
CIRCUIt COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, PERSONS WITH DISABILI-
TIES NEEDING A SPECIAL AC-
COMMODATION TO PARTICI-
PATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT THE
A.D.A. ADMINISTRATOR FOR
THE CLERK OF THE COURT
NOT LATER THAN 7 DAYS
PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING,
AT
* IF HEARING IMPAIRED, (TDD1
1-800-955-8771, VOICE
1-800-955-8770. THIS IS NOT
A COURT INFORMATION
LINE.
051008
5/479z _____


VS.
LISA M, WINN, et al,





I-


Legal 5/480
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL
DIVISION
CASE NO.
572007CA000963XXXXXX
LASALLE BANK N.A. AS TRUS-
TEE FOR THE MLMI TRUST
SERIES 2006-HE2,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PAMELA A. BROOKS, el al.,
Defendants.

PqRSUANT CHAPTER

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order or Summary
Final Judgment of foreclosure
dated May 1, 2008, and en-
tered in Case No.
572007CA000963XXXXXX of
the Circuit Court in and for
Santa Rosa County Florida
wherein LASALLE BANK, N.A.
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE MLMI
TRUST SERIES 2006-HE2 is
Plaintiff and PAMELA A.
BROOKS" UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT NO' 1; UNKNOWN TEN
ANT NO. 2 and ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
INTERESTS BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO THIS AC-
TION OR HAVING OR CLAIM-
ING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TI-
TLE OR INTEREST IN THE PROP-
ERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED, are
Defendants I will sell to the
highest anc best bidder for cash
at at the North Front Door of the
Santa Rosa County Courthouse
6865 Caroline Street, Milton, FL
32570 at Santa Rosa County,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. CST on
the 19 day of June, 2008, the
following described properV as
set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 11 BLOCK B AUTUMN
TRACE 'AT HARVEST VILLAGE
PHASE I, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK F PAGE 7 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS' OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
If you are a person with a disa-
bility who needs any accom-
modation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of the
Court's at 850-623-0135
6865 Caroline Street Milton FL
32570. If you are tearing or
voice impaired, call
1-800-955-8771.
DATED at Milton, Florida, on
May 2, 2008.


Syou are a person witn a isa-
bilities who need any accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceeding you are entitled
at no cost to you to the provi-
sions of certain assistant please
contact Susan Land at
850-6865 Caroline Street Mil-
ton FL 32570, 850-983,1012
within 2 working days of this re-
ceipt of this document. If you
are hearing or Voice impaired
call 1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 2 day of May, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Bv: Susan Land


MARY M. JOHNSON NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Deputy Clerk
As Clerk Circuit CourtA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN our- 051008
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL suant to a Final Judgmenf of 051708
By: Angela Dunn Foreclosure dated the 1 day of
AsDeputy Clerk May, 2008, and entered in 5/484
Case �No.
SMITH, HIAT & DIAZ, P.A. 55-2008-CA-000221 of the
Atto"rneys for Plainti Circuit Court of the 1 St Judicial
POBOX 11438 Circuit in and for Santa Rosa Legal 5/485
Fort Lauderdale, FL County Florida wherein
33339-1438 WASHINGTON MUTUAL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Telephone: (954) 564-0071 BANK FA is the Plaintiff and THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
0510 8DEBORAH D. NEY; DONALD IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
051008 KEITH NEY A/K/A DONALD COUNTY, FLORIDA
051708 K. NEY; JOHN DOE' JANE CIVIL DIVISION
5/480 DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT CASE NO.: 07-1130 CA
IS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY are de- AURORA LOAN SERVICES,
fendInts. I will sell to the highest LLC, Plaintiff,
andbest bidder for cash at the
Legal 5/481 NORTH FRONT STEPS OF vs.
COURTHOUSE at the Santa
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Rosa County Courthouse, in Mil- DAVID R. HARRISON A/K/A
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ton, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on DAVID RUSSELL HARRISON, et
IN AND FOR STA ROSANTA ROS the 19 day of June, 2008, the al,
COUNTY, FLORIDA following described property as Defendants.
CPVIL DIVISION ' sef forth-in said Final Judgment,
CASE NO.: to wit: LN CE OF FORECLOSURE
LOT 68 BLOCK D HAMPTON
HSBC BANK USA NATIONAL RIDGE 'ESTATES FIRST ADDI- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ASSOCIATION AS TRSUTEE TION, BEING A PORTION OF pursuant to a Final Judgment of
FOR THE HOLDERS OF DEUT- SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 2 Foreclosure dated the T day of
SCHE ALT-A SECURITIES MORT SOUTH, RANGE 26 WEST, May, 2008 and entered in
GAGE LOAN TRUST SERIES SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR- Case No. 0-1l130 CA, of the
2007-BAR1 MORTGAGE IDA ACCORDING TO PlAT RE- Circuit Court of the 1ST Judicial
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 9 AT Circuit in and for Santa Rosa
CATES PAGE 20-21, OF THE PULIC County Florida wherein AU-
Plainti, RECORDS O SAID COUNTY. RORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC is
vs. the Plaintiff and
REGINA JENSEN, et al. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN DAVID R. HARRISON A/K/A
Defendants. INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS DAVID RUSSELL HARRISON-
FROM THE SALE IF ANY MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
NOTICE OF ACTION OTHER THAN THE' PROPERTY REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF INC., AS NOMINEE FOR LEH-
TO: THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A MAN BROTHERS BANK FSB
RON JENSEN CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- A FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK
Last Known Address: 5673 TER THE SALE. UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DA'-
Berry Brook Circle, Pace, FL VID R. HARRISON A/K/A DA-
32571 t t If you are a person with a Disa- VID RUSSELL HARRISON;
Also Attempted at: 21982 Sum bililies who need any accommo- JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS
merwind Lane Hunlinton lton in order to participate in UNKNOWN TENANT S) IN
Beach CA 9266 6502 Tilby this proceeding you are entitled POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
Rd. Ft' Collins; CO 80528 and at no cost to you to the provi- PROPERTY are defendants. I will
100 Chalk Mountain Rd., Scotts sons of certain assistant please sell to the highest and best bid-
Valley, CA 95066 contact Susan Land at der for cash at the NORTH
Current Residence Unknown 850-6865 Caroline Street Mil- FRONT STEPS OF COURT-
ton FL 32570,850-983-1012 HOUSE al the Santa Rosa
REGINA JENSEN within 2 working days of this re, County Courthouse, in Milton,
Last Known Address: 5673 ceip of this document. If you Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
Br, Circle Pace FL are hearing or Voice impaired 19 day of June, 2008, the fol-
32571 c 1-800955-8771. lowing described property as
Also Atempted at: 21982 Sum Dated this 2 day of May 2008. set forth in said Final Judgment,
merwind Lane Huntis1taon ' to wit:
Beach, CA 92646- 6502 r1ilby MARY M. JOHNSON LOT 14 BLOCK 205,
Rd Ft. Collins, Cd 80528 an Clerk Of The Circuit Court HOLLEY BY THE SEA, BE-
106 Chalk Mountain Rd, Scotts CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Valley, CA 95066 By: Susan Land
Current Residence Unknown Deputy Clerk
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- 051008 t SR. L.
lion for Foreclosure of Mort- 051708 . r I " A
gage on the following de- l)lni,.14 Wil, 130
scribed property: 5/483 Name I.ll.mn til'49
LOT 17 BLOCK B, l--FREE pig, for
BERRYBR6OK ESTATES BE' RE Taping,
ING A PORTION OF SEC- Legal 5/484 1itlklW t t I1. 1 4.7.4
TION 32 TOWNSHIP 2 IN THE CIRCUIT F'
NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I -1 \ "W" St.
SANTA ROSA COUNTY THE 1ST JUDICIALCIRCUIT
FLORIDA ACCORDING TO IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA ."' .is i'r
PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT COUNTY, FLORIDA
BOOK G, PAGE 90 OF THE CIVIL DIVISION
PUBUC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY.


has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses if
any, to it, on Marshall C. Wat-
son, P.A, Attorney for Plaintiff
whose address is 1800 NW
49TH STREET SUITE 120
FT. LAUDERDALE FL 33309
on or before June 12, 2008 a
date which is within thirty (30
days after the first publication nt
this Notice in the (Please publish
in THE PRESS GAZETTE IN MIL-
TON and file te original with
the Clerk of this Court tjther be-
fore service on Plaintiff's attor-
ney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a defaul will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
If you are a person with a Disa-
bitilies who need any accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceeding you are entitled
at no cost to you to the provi-
sions of certain assistant please
contact Susan Land at 6865
Caroline Street Milton, FL
32570, 850-98J-1012 within
2 working days aof this receipt
of this document. If you are
hearing or Voice impaired call
1-800-955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
at urt this OU hi2 day oa May,
2008.
Mar M. Johnson
As Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn
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Miller Mill Company; Unlnown
Parties in Possession #1; Un-
known Parties in Possession #2;
If living, and all Unknown Par-
ties claiming by, through, under
and against' the above named
Defensant(s) who are not
known to be dead or alive,
whether said Unknown Parties
may claim an interest as
Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grant-
ees, or Other Claimants
Defendantss.
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ment of Foreclosure dated May
1 2008 entered in Civil Case
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Court of the 1st Judicial Circuit
in and for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, wherein U.S. Bank Na-
tional Association,
successor-in-interest to
Wachovia Bank, N.A., as In-
denture Trustee for the regis-
tered holders of Aegis Asset
Backed Securities TrusT2005-1,
Mortgage Backed Notes, Plain-
tiff andWilliam Wayne Bolton
are defendantss, I will sell to tre
highest and' best bidder tor
cashO AT THE NORTH FRONT
DOOR OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE LO-
CATED AT 6865 CAROUNE
STREET, MILTON, FLORIDA AT
11:00 A.M. CENTRAL STAND.
ARD TIME on June 19 2008.
the following described prop,
erty as set north in said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
A PARCEL OF LAND IN THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF NORTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 27
TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH RANGE
28 WEST OF THE TALLAHAS-
SEE MERIDIAN IN FLORIDA
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF SOUTH-
WEST 1/4 OF NORTHEAST
1/4 OF SAID SECTION 27
TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH RANGE
28 WEST THENCE RUN
NORTH ALONG THE MEDIUM
SECTION LINE A DISTANCE
OF 640 FEET THENCE EAST
PARALLEL WITH THE NORTH
LINE OF SAID SECTION 27
FOR A DISTANCE OF 1,050 FT
TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF HWY NO 87 FOR-
MERLY HWY NO 37 AS
SAME IS- NOW LOCATED
AND SITUATED TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THENCE
RUN WEST PARALLEL WITH
THE NORTH LINE OF SAID
SECTION 27 FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 420 FT THENCE
RUN SOUTHEASTERLY FOR A
DISTANCE OF 140 FT TO, A
POINT 211 FEET WEST OF
SAID HWY 87 THENCE RUN
EASTERLY PARALLEL WITH THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID SEC-
TION 27 WHICH INCLUDES
ALONG THE NORTH UNE OF
THAT CERTAIN PARCEL OF
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05... ,Registered Home
051008 Daycare has opening for
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_____________ of age Where play
time is learning. In the
Legal 5/482 Pace area. 994-2354
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 07-1073 CA
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO- Denendable
CIATES AS TRUSTEE, Plaintiff, ,epenable


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.-1. :.. CASE NO: ING A PORTION OF SEC-
572006CArOui0C/ 1CAAAAA TION 13, TOWNSHIP 2
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SOUTH, RANGE 27 WEST
SALE COUNTRYWIDE HOME SANTA ROSA COUNTY'
LOANS, INC., Plaintiff, FLORIDA ACCORDING f
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE PLAT RECORDED IN
oursuant to a Final Judment of vs. PLAT BOOK 6 PAGE 155
Foreclosure dated the T day of OF THE PUBLIUC RECORDS
May, 2008 and entered in DEBORAH SUE DUNCAN, et OF SAID COUNTY.
Case No. 07-1 073 CA, of the ol,
Circuit Court of the 1ST Judicial Defendants. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
Circuit in and for Santa Rosa INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
County, Florida, wherein U.S. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE FROM THE SALE, IF ANY
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA- SALE OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
TION AS TRUSTEE is the Plain- OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
tiff and LISA M WINN- UN- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A
KNOWN SPOUSE OF LISA M. suant to a Final Judamenrf of CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
WINN; JOHN DOE JANE Foreclosure dated the day of TER THE SALE.
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANT May, 2008, and entered in
) IN POSSESSION OF THE Case No. If you re a person with a Disa-
MUBJECT PROPERTY are de- 572008CA000171CAXXXX of biitie who need any accommo-
fendants. I will sell to the highest the Circuit Court of the 1 STJudi- nation in order to participate i
and bes bidder for cash at the cial Circuit in and for Santa this proceeding you are entitled
NORTH FRONT STEPS OF Rosa County, Florida, wherein at no cost to you to the provi-
COURTHOUSE at the Santa COUNTRYWIDE HOME siAns of certain assistant please
Rosa County County Courthouse, inMil- LOANS, INC. is the Plaintiff contact Susan Land at
Ion, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on and DE6ORAH SUE DUNCAN; 850-6865 Caroline Street Mi-
the 19 doay of June, 2008, the MARK K. DUNCAN A/K/A ton FL 32570 850-983-1012
following described property as MARK KIMBERELY DUNCAN, within 2 working days of this re-
set forth in said Fina Judgment, MARK KIMBERLY DUNCAN ceipt of this document. If you
to wit: JOHN DOE; JANE DOE AS are hearing or Voice impaired
UNKNOWN TENANT (S IN call 1-800-955-8771.
LOT 6, EL DORADO ES- POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT Dated this 2 day of May, 2008.
STATES ACCORDING TO PROPERTY ore defendants. I will
THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE- sell to the highest and best bid- MARY M. JOHNSON
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK F der for cash at the NORTH Clerk Of The Circuit Court
PAGE 2 OF THE PUBUC FRONT STEPS 'OF COURT- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA HOUSE at the Santa Rosa By: Susan Land
COUNTY, FLORIDA. County Courthouse, in Milton, Deputy Clerk
Florida, at I1:00 a.m. on the
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN 19 day of June, 2008, the fol- 051008
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS lowing described property as 051708
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY set forth in said Final Judgment,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY to wit: 5/485
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF COMMENCING AT THE_______
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A NORTHEAST CORNER OF
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
TER THE SALE. THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
SECTION 8 TOWNSHIP 1 Legal 5/486
If you are a person with a Disa- NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST
bilities who need accommoda- SANTA ROSA COUNTY, IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1st
tion in order to participate in FLORIDA THENCE WESf JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR
this proceeding you are entitled ALONG NORTH ULINE OF IDA IN AND FOR SANTA
at no cost to you to the provi- SAID SECTION A DISTANCE ROSA COUNTY
sins of certain assistant please OF 40 FEET- THENCE Case #: 08 52 CA (A)
contact Susan Land at SOUTH 492 FEET FOR THE Division #: A
850.6865 Caroline Street Mil- POINT OF BEGINNING;
ton FI 32570 850-983-1012 THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH UNC:
within 2 working days of this re- FOR 157 FEET; THENCE
ceipt of this document. If you re WEST FOR 252 FEET; U.S. Bank National Association,
hearin or Voice impaired call THENCE FOR 157 FEET- successor-in-interest to
1-800-955-8771. THENCE EAST FOR 252 Wachovia Bank, N.A. as In-
Dated this 2 day of May, 2008. FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- denture Trustee for the r.egis-
GINNING. tered holders of Aegis Asset
MARY M. JOHNSON Backed Securities Trust 2005-1,
Clerk of The Circuit Court ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN Mortgage Backed Notes,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
By: Susan Land FROM THE SALE, IF ANY Plaintiff,
Deputy Clerk OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF -vs.-
051008 THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A William Wayne Bolton" Victoria
051708 CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- Bolton; United States of'America
TER THE SALE. Acting Through Administrator of
5/482 the mall Business Administra-
,r .. �. _ in: Excanllb r I1I II" T.R


Legal 5/483
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:
55-2008-CA-000221
WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK, FA, Plaintiff,
vs.
DEBORAH D. NEY, et al,
Defendants.








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CUTED BY W W BOLTON Red/White Yearlin BuIl Long- CASE NO.: 08-000603-CA Legal 5/496
AND MITTIE BOLTON HUS- horn is unclaime. The de- DIVISION
BAND AND WIFE TO WIL- scribed livestock will, unless re- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
LIAM T BOLTON AND MAVIS L deemed within 3 days from the VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND AND FOR SANTA ROSA
BOLTON, HUSBAND AND date of May 10, 2008 be of- FINANCE, INC., etc., COUNTY, FLORIDA
WIFE AS SHOWN RECORDED fered for sole at public auction Plaintiff
ON AUGUST 10, 1966, IN to the highest and best bidder Case No. 07000985CA
O.R. BOOK 138, PAGE 300 for cash on May 14, 2008 at vs.
OF THE RECORDS OF SANTA 0800 hours located at Hayes PNSA A ADY MIX
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, Ranch, 5097 Berryhill Road, DOUGLAS J. EDWARDS, et al., PENSACOLA READY MIX,
FOR A DISTANCE OF 211 Ft Milton, Florida. (FSS588.17) Defendants Plainiff,
TO THE WEST RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF HWY 87 THENCE 1 - Yearling Bull Longhorn NOTICE OF ACTION VULF ADVANCED CONS
RUN NORTHEASTERLY GULF ADVANCED CON-
ALONG THE WEST RIGHT OF Respectfully requested, TO: Douglas J. Edwards STRUCTIO N INC., and TODD
WAY LINE OF HWY 87 FOR A /s/Lt. Larry Bryant. Last Known Address Defendants.
DISTANCE OF 172 FT TO THE Wendell Hall 3064 County Highway 183
POINT OF BEGINNING Sheriff of Santa Rosa County South NOTICE OF SALE
Lt. Larry Bryantl Defuniak Springs, FL 32435 NOTICE ALE
ANY PERSON CLAIMING NOTICE is hereby giver that
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- 051008 Debralee S. Edwards pursuant to the Final Summary
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF 051008 Last Known Address pudrment o ForecFureeS r
ANY OTHER THAN tHE 5/487 3064 County Highway 183 uindo tabove-styled causepend
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF South i the Circuit Court o e
THE DATE OF THE LIS Deuniak Springs, FL 32435 F din the Circuit i Cour for
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS Legal 5/488 YOU AE NOTIFIED Sana Rosa County, F or a the
AFTERATHENALE.FIEDthat an ac-undersigned Clerk will sueI the
AFTER THE SALE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN tion to foreclose a mortgage on ropey situated in said County
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH ANDthe following property in anta escried as follows:
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH D~OUNTY,'L DA Rosa County, Florida:escried as
A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS COU . FLRDA Commencing the west 1/2 of Pare
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN Case No. 08-660-CA the southwest 1/4 of the north- Commence at the Northeast cor
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN IN RE The Forfeiture of east 1/4 of the southwest 1/4 C Lofmence pthaseINtorGove
THIS PROCEEDING, YOU AR IN RE The Foreure of of the northeast 1/4 less the ne t , Phase 1o Ga v
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO , 470 U.S. Curr south 33 feet for roads in Sec- sin of a portion o Section 9
YOU TO THE PROVISION OF , 470 U.. Currency tion 15 2 South, Range 24 sionhip North Ranie 2
CERTAIN ASSISTANC DEFENDANT/C NT: WestSanta Rosa Flo s or Range
PLEASE CONTACTSANTA Da utEFENDANT/CLAIMANT: ida West, Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ROSA COUNTY COURT-A . TOGETHER WITH 1999 Sky- 05atages t77n Plot Boak C,
HOUSE, 6495 CAROLINE Antoine L Goldsmith ne, Wnner 86x 4 manufc- ages 1 79A 179, of the
STREET MILTON FL 32570 NOTICE OF FORFEITURE lured home, Serial No: thence North 89 rees
WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS 5 F ,- B- 80611271L minutes 43 seconds estaloa
OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS has been filed against you and the North boundary line sto
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE theuNarehreqrerito sere as a
NOTICE OF SALE: IF YOU ARE TO- Antoine L. Goldsmith 4865 you are required to serve a Phase 1 Glover lane Estates,
1-800-955-8 771; IF YOU ARE Webb Circle, , a lion, lorida ny fo tLance Paul Cohens 700 feet;thence continue along
VOICE IMPAI'RED CALL: 32570, d persons w no aen, said North line North 85 de-
claim an interest in 4 47000 Paintff's att2rne whose s 20 mnes 42secnd
1-BOO955-8770 U.S Currenc which w address is Cohen & thurston, West for 20 minutes 42 seconds 12039
DE tLm seiz onor a out Mrch 20 P. A1723Blding Boulevard n'VeSt for a distance of 120,39
DATED at MILTON Florida, this ee n ac 0 u feet athe Point Beginnin
2aday of May, 2D68. 20D sat Highway 90u 'atilon Suite 102, c rsonvi lePla Pthencecontinue North 85de.
2 day ofRoad SantaRosa Coun 2210, it in hir ees 20 minutes 42 seconds
Sa i popr is in ta Rae from the stdateo publicati on res 20 minutes 42 seconds
Roo inJOHNSmcusr e is VstI alonn said North line a
MARY M. JOHNSON R 'rotPet Sat h e Ro ofthisnotice, o or before Junedtnc'o 40.13 fee; thence
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT e n T a 2008,and1er theCriginal departsaidNorth line North 00
COURT ounSheriff's loice iana o iththe Clerk of this Court drees 00 minutes 04 seconds
Santa Rosa Count Florida Count Fl ori and a- aher before service an
CIRCUIT COURSEA laint or Final Jdgmen ofor.- Pt.s fore rie e'st ror a distance of 117.28
Susan'Land" "oPerainingth ""Plan0Hs ttaeyormmedi-
SusanLand pertaining thereto h a thereafter oerwise a de- feetto a point in a curve on the
bereenele in ne abov s ofultwll be entered aains you tey right of way line of
Deputy Clerk cause far the relief demand i way thence Southeasterly
cate. Iay ofh Ap |othyofuAprol
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP oed this 25th day of' April, complaint or petition. aang the arc of a curve anl
A F Iy said riaht of way line to thq
2424 North Federal Highway, 2008. rightoaistanceof 21.98 feetlto
Bouie B60 F 3 L NYE MARY M. JOHNSON a point on a reverse curvature

WSrehavin g oa raCiu
RiA HOYN.:I BYE ,E OFRAJ N. THE COfJFR^ T said curve eel, a cnralua ol
Florida Bar No.: 487236 "SNTARA^ COUNTY, FLOB 1989.678 feet, a centra/onfe
05100DB 2sy8 . treAndrews, . "" A r LU - of 00 degrees 37 minutes 59
0517/8 Milton, Florica 32570 CIRU'IT, C E. 21.98 feet, and a chord bear-
850 623-3200 By Angela Dunn ing of South 84 de
S50623-0104 Deputy Clerk g 4dgrees 28
_minutes 13 seconds East, thence
Attorney or Plaintiff Pl Cohen E ir continue Southeasterly alono the
AtofLance Paul Cohen E< arc of a curve nd said rigt of
Legal 5/487 051008 1723 Blnding Boulevard Suite way to the le a distance of
051708 723 Blandg Boulevard, u 18,20 feet, said curve having a
Notice of Im un 5/88102 Frida 32210 radius of 3326.268 fteet, dcen-
Jacksonville, trl angle of 00 degrees 1 u
You are hereby notified that the Atref-o Paniff minutes 49 seconds, a chord
following described livestock is Attorney for Pintiffdistance of 18.20 feet, and a
impounded at Hoyes Ranch chord bearing of South 84 de-
5097 Berryhill Road, Milton, F THE CIRCUIT COURT IN 051 arees 37 minutes 01 seconds
32570. The amount due by reo- AINu FOR SATTA ROSA I /451 East; thence deRart said right of
son of such impounding and C ONTYFLORIDA 5 way South 00 deareesO.Umin-
other services is $5.00 per day _______utes 04 seconds East a distance
of 116.71 feet to the Point of
SBeinning.
Parcel H:
Commence at the Northeast cor-
ner of Lot 1 Phase 1 to Glover
* 1 ^Lane Estates, being a subdivi-
sion of a portion o Section 9T
Township I North, Range 28
West, Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida, as recorded in Plat Book C,
at Pages 179 A &B, ol the pub-
lic records of said county;
thence North 89 degrees 35
minutes 43 seconds West lon
the North boundary line of saia
Phase 1, Gover Lane Estates a
distance a 700 feet- thence
continue along said Rorth line
North 85 derees 20 minutes
42 seconds West a distance of
0 0 *80.26 feet to the Point of Begin-
ning thepce continue along
sai North line North 85 de-
Srees 20 minutes 42 seconds
West alone said North line a
distance o 40.13 feet; thence
depart said North line North 00
degrees 00 minutes 04 seconds
West for a distance of 116.71.
feet to a point in a curve on the
Southerly right of way line of.
Long Street, 50' Riht of Way;
thence Southeasterry alonothe
arc of a curve gnd said right of
Sway to the left a distance fa
40.13 feet said curve having
radius of 3326.268, a central
angle of 00 degrees 41 minutes
29 seconds, a chord distance of
40.13 feet and a chord bear-
ing of South 85 degrees 07
minutes 10 seconds East; thence
depart said Right of Way South
00 degrees 0g minutes 04 sec-
Sonds East a distance of 116.56
� feet to the Point o01 Beginning.
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder for casn at
11:00 a.m. on the 10th day of
July, 2008, at the front door of
the Santa Rosa County Court-
S house, 6865 Caroline Street,
* Milton, Florida.


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S t d -Ma 10 2008


DATED this 6th day of May,
2008.
MARY JOHNSON
SClerk Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
/s/ Brandy Norris, -
Deputy Clerk
R. Todd Harris, Esquire
McDonald-Fleming-Moorhead
25 West Government Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502
850/477-0660
Attorneys for Plaintiff
051008
051708
5/496
Legal 5/497
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.:
57-2008-CA-417
DIVISION C
BANK OF NEW YORK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI-
CATEHOLDERS CWABS
INC. ASSET-BACKED
- OTESSERIES 2006-SD1,
PlaintfIf,
vs.
ANGELA D. SINGLETARY,
S --dant(s),
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: ANGELA D. SIN-
GLETARY
' LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
. 6350 Cottage Woods Dr.
SMilton, FL 32570
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN
AiNY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
-THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
FENDANT(S) WHO, ARE
SNOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRANTS 5 OR OTHER

LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
. KNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
SKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on
f he following property in
S.SANTA ROSA County Florida:
LOT 35 BLOCK A THE
COTTAGES OF HAMILTON
BRIDGE, BEING A POR-
TION OF SECTION 4
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH"
RANGE 28 WEST, SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING 6 PLAT RE-
SCORDED IN PLAT BOOK G,
PAGE 79 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY,
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a
ccpyd of your written defenses
within 30 days after the first
publication, if any, on Florida
i Default Law Group, PL.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad-
� dress is 9119 Corporate Lake
Drive, Suite 300 lampa 'Flor-
ida 33634 and file the original
. with this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; other-
. wise a default will be entered
.- against you for the relief de-
.. handed in the Complaint or pe-
t-. ition.
This notice shall be published
Once each week for two consec-
Sutive weeks in the Press Ga-
M WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 6th day of
SMay, 2008.
" Mary M. Johnson
Cler of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
' By: JOYCE WATKINS
, As Deputy Clerk
-C 051008
" 051708
5/497
Legal 5/498
' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07-1432-CA
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
successor b merger to CHASE
MANHATT'N MORTGAGE
'CORPORATION,
' Plaintiff,
vs.
TONIA L. SPIES, et al.,
Defendantss),
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order or Final Judg-
ment Scheduling Foreclosure
Sale entered on'May 1, 2008
in this case now pending in said
Court, te style of which is indi-
,to:ated above.
, will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash in the SANTA
k -ROSA County Courthouse The
Front Door of Santa kosa
County Courthouse4 6865
Caroline Street, Milton,
SFlorida 32570 at 11:00 a.m.
on the 19th day of June, 2008,
Sthe following described prop-
ar ety as set forth in said Order or
SFinal Judgment, to-wit:
i LOT 6 BLOCK E SANTA
VILLA, A SUNDiVWSION OF
A PORTION OF SECTION
- 13 TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH
i RANGE 29 WEST, SANTA
; ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK C PAGE 117 OF
THE PUBfJC RECORDS OF
--SAID COUNTY.
a/k/a: 4312 CHALET CIR-
CCLE, PACE, FLORIDA
32570
t ANY PERSON CLAIMING
, AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-

ERTYlOWNER AS OF
N THE DATE OF US PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.
ENTERED at SANTA ROSA
County, Florida, this 5th day of
. MAY, 0.
MARY M. JOHNSON
SAs Clerk Circuit Court
D. SANTA OSA, Florida
; CIRCUIT COURT SEAL



T By I AngeJaDunn
ITO D ADeputy Clerk
051008








DMSION: C
INDYMAC BANK, F.S.B.,


LISA M. SHARP A/K/A

Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DAVID D. TUCKER
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
1411 CHAMPIONS GREEN
DR
GULF BREEZE, FL 32563
CURRENT ADDRESS:. UN-
KNOWN


ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR AUVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES
GRANTES dOR OTHEI
CLAIMANTS .
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
KNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property in
SANTA ROSA County, Florida:
LOT 17, RESUBDMVISION
OF WOODLORE SUBDIV-
SION BEING A PORTION
OF SECTION 31, TOWN-
SHIP 2 SOUTH RANGE 28
WEST, SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK C,
S PAGE 38 OF THE PUBUC
RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY


AFTER THE DATE OF THE NOTWITHSTANDING THE Si
has been filed against you and FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS TIME PERIOD ET FORTHIS
you are required to serve a NOTICE. ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED PE
cooy of your written defenses TWO (2] YEARS OR MORE AF- C
within 30 days after the first ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED TER THE DECEDENTS DATE IlN
publication, if any, on Florida WTHN THE TIME PERI OF DEATH BARRED.
default Law Group P.L WITHINTHE TiME PERIODS The date of first publication of EF
Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad SETFORTH IN SECTION this notice is May 10, 2008.
dress is 9119 Corporate Lake 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA Th
Drive Suite 300 Tampa FLor- PROBATE CODE WILL BE Attorney for Personal Represent- sp
ida 33634, and file the original FOREVER BARRED. active thi
with this tourt either before Zs An ela J. Jones the
service on Plaintiff's attorney or NOTWrTHSTANDING THE Fiorida'Bar No. 096441 Ci
immediately thereafter; TIME PERIODS SET FORTH Locklin Jones & Saba, P.A. D,
othrewise a default will be en- ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED 6460 Justice Avenue SI
tered against you for the relief TWO (l YEARS OR MORE Milton, Florida 32570 e
demanded in the Complaint or AFTER THE DECEDENT'S Telephone:(850) 623-2500 thi
This notice shall be published DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Personal Representative: Bc
once each week for two consec- The date of first publication n/ Gerald F. Barnes wi
utive weeks in the Press Go- of this notice is May 10, 5587 Russell Drive in|
zette. 2008. Milton, Florida 32570 mi
VITNESS my hand and the seal sp
o this Court on this 6th day of Attorney for Personal Repre- 051008 or
May, 2008. tentative: 051708 OF
MARY MJOHNSON s/ J. JEROME MILLER 5/504 r
Clerk of the Court po____
CIRCUITCOURT SEAL J JEROME MILLER or
By: Brandy Norris Attorney for Cindy Lee Folcik Legal 5/505 or
As Deputy Clerk Florida Bar No. 0128569 t
MILLER & ANSLEY, PA., At- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN te
Florida Default Law Group, P.L. torneys at Low COUNTY FLORIDA R thO
P.O. Box 25018 415 Mountain Drive, Suite 3 PROBATE DIVISION re
Tampa FLorida 33622-5018 Destin, Florida 32541-2349 CASE NO: 57-2008-C-117 nc
F08018119 Telephone: g8501 837-3860 DIVISION:
FIDINDYMAC-CONVB-rharnig ax 837-6158 60 DIVISION: 05
IN RE: The Estate of: .0
051008 Personal Representative: CLARA EZELL WALKER,
5/499 /s/CINDY LEE FOLCIK Deceased. -
CINDY LEE FOLCIK
Legal 5/500 7382 Gulf Boulevard NOTICETO4REDITRS
N/500l Bolevah, Florida he administration of te estate
Navarre Beach, aof CLARA EZELL WALKER, De- r
NOT O FO RECS URIE 32566 ceased, File Number: L
COEBYRT K OFC T 57-2008-CP-117, is pending in
OR 051008 the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
Notice i hereby given that th051708 Count, Florida, Probate Divi-
underined MaryM. Johnson 5/50sion, Ie address of which is: Ft
Clerk o the Circuit Court on eg 503- - 6865 S.W. Caroline Street, Mil- til
Clerk the Circuit Court ga 5/503 ton, Florida 32570 The names
Santa Rosa County Florida wi Legal 5/503 tond Florida 32570. The name R
on June 3, 20G8, at 11:00 IN THE CIR and addresses of the personal
a.m. at the at the north door of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT representative and the persona
the Santa Rosao Couty Court- IN AND FOR SANTA representative's attorney are set Pr
house, Milto, Flora offer or ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-oAll thbel of the decent to
sale and sel at public outcry to DA Alnddiot rsof sthe viecqd aims vJ
the highest an eslbidder, the PROBATE DIVISION oandsther e against h ecedent's v
following described real prop- File No.: 57-2008-CP-99 estate inclucaga unmatureds a
erty situated in Santa 5osa DIVISION: contingent, or unmatured n
County, Florida: claims, on whom a copy ofthis c
Lot 6, Block B, Grand IN RE: ESTATE OF notice is served must file their a
Pointe Cove, ccordin.to VIRGINIA R. CANNING, claims with this Court WITHIN c(
acerenv p e Deceased THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
that certain patr Poged DcTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST t
11, other Publc t Rco s NOTICE TO CREDITORS PUBLICATION OF THIS NQO fti
of Santa Rosa County,TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
Florida The administration of the es- DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. nt
Parcel ID: ate o VIRGINIAFi . CANN- Alother creditors of the dece- m
Parcel ID: ING, deceased, File Number dent and other persons having c(
25-2S-29-1519-OOB00-0060 57-2008-CP99, is pending claims or demands against -
prsant to the Final Judgme in the Circuit Court for Santa decedent's estate, including un-
a Foreclosure entered in a case Rosa Count, Forida Probate matured, contingent, ounttqul-
nd i said Court, the style Division, e address of dated claims must file their
nfwhcsn is Court. which is 6865 SW Caroline claims with this Court WITHIN
SStreet Milton, Florida 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
THOMAS H. MCCULLEY and 32576. The estate is testate OF THE FIRST PUBLICATIlON C
ELIZABETH MCCULLEY, and the date of decedents OF TIMS NOTICE. SO FILED
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
plintf. �Will and an COdicils is Au- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
Plaintiffs, gust 11, 205. The names The date of first publication of
vs. and addresses of the per- this Notice is May 10, 2008.
THE NEXT LEVEL LLC sonal representative and the
a Florida Limited liability com- personarepresentative's a- /s/John Glassman
torney are set forth below. JOHN GLASSMAN
efe#darit Florida Bar No.: 775630
ndant. All creditors of the decedent 1127 North Palafox Street C
Docket number 2007 CA and other persons having Pensacol3a 6Flrida32501
001034 claims or demands aains 850435-888263 Facsimile
Anv eralamina a restate, incording Attrney for Personal Represent- -
Arson uan interest contingent or an- ative
in te surplus am the sae liquidated claims, on whom a
ny, other e copy of this notice is served /s/Undao L Parker
ownersofmutefidae a ti remust file their claims with this UNDA L PARKER
the clerk oatthe court within 60 court WITHIN THE LATER OF 6543 Julia Drive
days after the sale. 3 MONTHS AFTER THE Milton, Florida 32570
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- Persona Representative
In accordance with the AMERI- CATION OF THIS NOTICE 051008
CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE 051708
persons needing a special ac- DATE OF SERVICE OF A /50 -
commodation to oarfcipate in COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
this proceeding should contact THEM. Legal 5/506
the undersigned not later than
seven days prior to the pro- All other creditors of the de IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
ceeding to ensure that reasona- All o ander cre other prisons AND FOR SANTA ROSA
ble accommodations are availa- cedent nd other person COUNTY FLORIDA
ble. having claims or demands PROBATE D7SION
against decedent's estate, in- CASE NO: 57-2008.CP-116
WITNESS my hand and official cuiding unmatured, contin- DIVISION:
seal of this Honorable Court this gent or unliquidated claims,
5 day of May, 2008. must file their claims with this IN RE: The Estate of:
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS ELAINE C KAMIN,
MARY M. JOHNSON AFTER THE DATE OF THE Deceased.
Clerk of the Circuit Court FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL OTBLICATION OF THIS NOCE TO CREDITORS
By Angela Dunn NOTICE. The administration oat the estate 2
Deputy Clerk ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED of ELAINE C. KAMIN, De- 2
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED ceased, File Number:
SCOTT A. REMINGTON WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. 57-2008CP-116, is pending in
Florida Bar No. 122483 the Circuit Court in and for
Clark, Partinaton, Hart, Larry, The date of first publication Santa Rosa County Florida 2
Bond & Stackhouse of this Notice is May 10, Probate Division, the address ot
Suite 800, 125 West Romana 2008. which is: 6865 S.W. Caroine 2
SteetBox 13010 Street, Milton, Florida 32570.
P.O. Box 13010 Florida /s/John W. Cannino The names and addresses of the
Pensacola Florida persna representative andthe 2
32591-3010 JOHN W. CANNING personal representative andIte
850 434-9200 9005 Abb Pittrnan Road personalre resentative's attor-
18501 432-7340 (fx)u Milton, Fl. 32570 Aier creditors of the decedent
Attorneys or Plaintiff PersonalRepresentative dtheitorshonsfhev ci
or demands against decedent's
051008 /s/ Jennifer Byrom estate, including unmatured
051708 JENNIFER'BYROM contingent, or unliquidated Fl
5/L5Q Attorney for Personal Repre- claims, on whom a copy o this To
Legal 5/501 sentative notice is served must file their
Florida Bar No.: 438960 claims with this Court WITHIN ol
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Jennifer Byrom & Associates THE LATER O 3 MONTHS AF- 9
SANTA J A ICOUNPTY 5177 Elmira Street TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST -
FLORIDAROSA COUNTY, on, Florida 3257 PUBLICATION OF THIS NO
PROBATE DIVISION TelephOne (850) 6234347 TWICE OR 30RVIcDAYS AFTER O THE
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.e.
Division 57-2008-CP-157 051008 All other creditors of th dece
IN RE: ESTATE OF Wllin 051708 . dent and other persons havuin
icha Rucer claim orN RE: ESTATE OF demnds gain
ceased decedent's estate, including, un-
w-ch-s--. o M --l- matured, contingent, or unGiqui- J
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Legal 550 dted claims, must e t heir
Legiclaims with ths Court WITHIN
The administration of the estate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DAT B
of William Michael Rucker. FOR SANTA ROSA OF THIS NOTICE N
deceased, whose date oftdeath COUNTY, FLORIDA CL S NOT SO FILED e
was March 17, 2008 is end- PROBA DIVISION WALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
ing in the Circuit ourt for File No. 57-2008-CP-153 We date of first publication of
Santa Rosa County, Florid aPdaeAdistatioomP
hProlate iisi-on, the address dt IN RE: ESTATE OF this Notice is May 10, 2008.
which is P.O. Box 472, Milton Deanna Jeanette Barnes // lmn
Florida 32572. The names and a.k.o Deanna J. Barnes /s/ John Glassman
addresses of the personal repre- Deceased JOHN GLASSMAN
sentatives and the personal rep- Florida Bar 7 No.: 775630
orsentatives' attorney are set NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1127 N orth Palafox Street
forth below, Pensacola Florida 32501
All creditors of the decedent The administration of the estate 18501 4 6 FA63 mil
and other persons having claims of Deanna Jeanett Barnes 43-8882 - Facsimile
or demands against decedent's a.k.a Deanna J. Barnes, de- Attorney for Personal epresent-
estate on whom a copy of this ceased whose date of death aoive
notice is required to be served was April 8, 2008, is pending s/Na Mn II
must file their claims with this in the Circuit 5our for Santa y L.MILLAY
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 Rosa County, Floria, ProbateY
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF Division the address of which is 190 Russ Drive
THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF 6865 aroline Street Milton Gulf Breeze, Florida 32561
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- Florida 32570-0472. The Personal Representative 3
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF pames and addresses of the 051008 3
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON persona representative and the 0P1 083
THEM. personal representative's attor- 5/41 3
All other creditors of the dece- ny are set forth below- /9 3
dent and other persons havin Air creditors of the decedent 3
claims or demands against and other persons having claims
decedent's estate must file their or demands against decedent's Legal 5/507
claims with this court WITHIN 3 estate on whom a copy of this
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF notice is required to be servedNTICE F NTEN T
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF must file their claims with this C ER AN OR-
THIS NOTICE. court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 NANC 3
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF The reading and adoption of 3
NOTWITHSTANDING THE THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- the following proposed 3
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF Ordinance by the ard o 3
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON County Commissioners of Santa 3
TWO 2) YEARS OR MORE AF- THEM. Rosa Counta , is scheduled Ior
TER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF All oater creditors of the dece- 9:30 a.m., May 19, 2008. in 3
DEATH IS BARRED. dent and other persons having the Commissloners meeting 3:
The date of first publication of claims or demands against room at the Aaministrative Cor- r3
this notice is May 10, 2008. decedent's estate must file their plex, 6495 Caroline Street, Mil-
Attorney for Personal Represent- claims with this court WITHIN 3 ton, Florida. 3
natives MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
/s/Michael Gibson THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF AN ORDINANCE OF 3
MICHAEL GIBSON THIS NOTICE. SANTA ROSA COUNTY, 3
Florida Bar No. 831239 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED FLORIDA, AMENDING OR- 3
Gibson & Jarvis, P.A. WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS DINANCE 2005-37; PRO-
Pace, Florida 32571 SET FORTH IN SECTION VIDING THAT FURTHER IM-
Telephone: (850) 995-8885 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PACT FEE INSTALLMENT 3
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- PAYMENTS FOR LOTS IN 3
Personal Representatives: EVER BARRED. PLANTED SUBDIVISIONS 3


{s/Suzanne Nve Rucker
SUZANNE NYE RUCKER
6287 Pine Terrace Circle
Milton, FL 32570'

051008
051708
5/501

Legal 5/502
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.
57-2008-CP-128
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDWARD GARY FOLCIK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the es-
tate of Edward Gary Folcik
deceased, whose date of
death was November 19,
2007, is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is
Post Office 472 Milton FL
32572. The names and'ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
se forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on wham a
copy'of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS


HALL NOT BE DUE UNTIL
SUANCE OF A BUILDING
PERMIT, PROVIDING FOR
EDIFICATION; PROVID-
IG FOR SEVERABILITY;
ND PROVIDING FOR AN
FFECTIVE DATE.
is Ordinance may be in-
ected by the public prior to
e above scheduled meeting at
e Office of the Clerk of
courts, BOCC Support Services
apartment, 6495 Caroline
reet, Milton, Florida. All inter-
led parties should take notice
at if they decide to appeal
iy decision made by the
lord of County Commissioners
ith respect to any matter com-
g before said Board at said
eetina, it is their individual re-
ons iility to insure that a rec-
d of the proceedings they are
ipealing exists and for such
irpose tey will need to insure
e1 a verbatim record of the
oceeding is made which rec-
d shall include the testimony
d the evidence upon which
sir appeal is to be based. In-
rested parties may appear at
e meeting and be heard with
aspect to these proposed ordi-
inces.
51008
i1008
i507




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Fish Fry/Bake Sale
Sat., May 17 th
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Dinners-$5.00
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Drawing for cake
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Large Yard Sale
Sat. 5/10, 7am-?
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(end of street) Mowers,
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Porch Sale
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Pt Washington
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101 Eden Gardens Rd.
May 9 & 10. 8am-2pm.
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person. Fax resume
B50-995-5713

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apist chiropractic office.
Fax resume
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needed in Milton/
Pensacola areas.
(850)479-8815

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Quality Care
is now accepting applica-
tions for those who en oy
working with the elderly.
Must be energetic,
friendly and dependable.
Interviews will be held on
Fri., May 9th (1 pm-5pm)
and Mon., May 12th
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ment. Great for seniors. $400
month plus deposit. 626-0287
If no answer leave message.
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2/1 (second floor)
$700 plus dep.
Inlcudes utilities.
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2/BR All utilities
included.
Milton business district on
water. Large fireplace,
formal dining room,
kitchen bar with butcher
block table. Approved for
any disabilities com-
pletly furnished, cable,
TV microwave, small ap-
pliances private parking.
$795.06 + deposit. Must
have references.
850-983-8195 App.
only,

Milton
Apartments. 3 different
locations. We have
efficiencies, 1 Bdrms,
2 Bdrms. $350 Dep.
1 st month rent only $400
for any apartment.
NO DOGS! Mention this
ad for discount prices.
712-9968

Milton
1/1 Near Whiting Field.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. No pets.
$300/mth 623-0494


Milton
2/1 N. Milton Area
$500 month
341-8128
Milton
2/BR /BA $575/mth
1/BR 1/BA$500/mth
Deposit $250 includes
water and trash pick up.
No pets. Call 983-2969
Milton
Newer 3 BR/1 BA
duplex. All ceramic tile.
Stove. Fridge. Inside
laundry room. Attached
shed. Nice neighbor-
hood. Non-smoking unit.
$675 month. 626-2928.
Milton
Newly refurbished du-
plex- 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
refrigerator, D.W., stove,
W/D hookups. 6463
Maddox Road, Milton.
$550 mth./$500 de-
posit. 623-1975
Waterfront
Apartment
2 bedrooms, total electric
with Jacuzzi and built-in
BBQ pit. (furnished or un-
furnished) 626-8973


2 BR House in Berryhill
school district. $650
mth.
4 BR 2 1/2 Bath
Townhouse in Cottage
Woods. $950 mth.
Highway commercial.
East Milton 2,000 sq.
ft. $900 mth.
Bluniac Realty, Inc.
981-1631


Andora -Deer Run

Country Village


Now Accepting Applications
For I & 2 Bedroom

Apartments
'
Call

994-4353


deposit. 206zu444U

East Milton
3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath
home. 1 shady acre. 1
car garage. $850 mo.
$850 dep. 626-9844.
Available in May.

House for Rent
5561 Hill Street
3 or 4 bedrooms/1 bath.
Cottage style with fenced
yard 850. month,
850. deposit. (pets ok -
250 dep.) 983-2288 or
221-4632

Milton
2 New brick homes
1,450 Sq Ft, 3BD/2BA,
oversized garage,
fenced back 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 Milton, 12 min-
utes Pensacola.
850-267-0440 or
615-957-899.9


08 PONTIAC G6
SUNROOF .................................$16,995*
08 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
LOADED ......................................$17,995*

08 PONTIAC TORRENT
10K MI...................................... $18,995*



01 NISSAN SENTRA
GREAT MPG .................................... $7,995*
06 FORD TAURUS
31K Ml...........................................$9,995*
03 MAZDA EXT CAB PU
AUTO,............................................$9,995*
02 CHEVY S10 EXT. CAB
34K Ml............................................. $9,995*
07 FORD FOCUS
SE ............................................... $11,495*
05 JEEP WRANGLER
AUTO ........................................... $16,995*
06 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY
17K MI......................................... $17,995*
07 SUZUKI XL7
9K MI .......................................... $18,495*
05 CHEVY TAHOE,
LT ............................................... $18,995*
06 NISSAN TITAN CREW CAB
SE..............................................$18,995*
06 CHEVY COLORADO CREW CAB
Z-71............................................ $19,995*
08 CHEVY SILVERADO EXT. CAB
LT ................................................$19,995*
05 FORD MUSTANG GT
5400 MlI.................................... $19,995*
07 BUICK LUCERNE CX
17K MI...................................... $19,995*
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GXP.......................................... $21,995*
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"3/2 Home, Avalon Milton, Fl
4821 Makenna Cir. in 2 bedrm/2
Pace $1,200 . 2bedrm/2
*4/2 Home 1/2bath House
7035 Marissa Point Rd. Beautiful, spacious house
in Milton. $1,400. for rent. Detached gar-
*3/2 Home age, deck/porch over-
4981 Marcus Cir. in looks bayou. $1250/mo.
Pace. $800. Call 4 details.
*2/2 Home 850-832-1732 or
7867 S Airport Rd. in 850-914-0336.
E. Milton. $825.
*3/2 Home
3868 Sun Valley Ct. in
Milton. $875. Both Near Mulat
and N. 14th
Santa Rosa Realty 4/2, 1700 sq. ft. $850
623-0077 plusdepos3/1 1000
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[146140 }
Milton
3/BR 2/BA.
Newly remodeled.
Fenced-in back yard.
$800/mth. $800/dep.
501-6220 or 686-0602
Milton
4/2/2 $1 275
Thousand Oaks, Avail.
June 15, 08.
850-826-0832
North Milton
3/BR, 1/BA $650/mth
$300/dep. or 3/BR
2/BA $600/mth
$300/dep. No pets.
675-6614
Pace
3/2 (additional 1/1
above garage). New CH
& A. Fenced yard, wash-
er/dryer and storage
building. Convenient to
Pensacola and Milton.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. No pets. $850
month, $800 deposit.
623-8628
Pace
3/3 Large doublewide
1800 sq ft. Oak shaded
ya rd, quiet street, spot-
less. $895/mth plus se-
curity. 877-511-0624
Quiet and clean 2
bedroom office, sun-
room, 1 1/2 bath, ch/a,
covered porch, work-
shop. 5381 Williams St.
near MHS $795 mth.
$695 dep. 623-9902



Milton/Munson
Long or short term.
Quiet, non-smoking
environment - 3/2.
Free Maid Service.
$295. month.
(573)303-2540


7 61so 5
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'




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
11 am-11pm)



[ 6170
2 bed/1 bath
Mobile Home For Rent
Garbage furnished.
$550.month, $550 dep.
554-2388 or 626-3454

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

Milton
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-
bae pick up. No pets.
623-8753,


| 6170 |
Milton
2/2 - total electric.
Dishwasher, etc.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch
626-8973

Milton
4336 Sunshine Park Dr.
4/BR 2/BA Doublewide,
covered entry, all elec-
tric, CH&A. Water & gar-
bage included. Fence
back yard and covered
deck. No pets.
$700/mth $500/dep.
Deposit and 1/2 mths
rent to move in.
623-2567 or 623-8753

Milton
In Pollard Park
Total electric. No pets.
$435. month/$200.
deposit. Water and gar-
bage included. Bay Crest
Realty. 994-7918

Milton
Motorhome Travel Trailer
space for rent. Water,
sewer power & arbage,
included. Located off
Baqdad Hwy. in Milton
$425 month. Fenced
yard. No deposit but
lease required. Call
438-1660

Milton
Quiet Park 2006
2/BR 2/BA. No Pets,
non-smoking. $545 per
month plus deposit.
626-1552

Navarre/Midway
2/2, 14 X 80. Totar
electric. No pets.
$585.month/$300 de-
posit. Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


| 6170 1
North Milton
Quiet & Clean 3/2,
CH/A Covered porch.
$525/mth includes
water, garbage & sewer.
$495'/deposit.
623-9902
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
bage included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Off Da Lisa Road
3/2 single wide. Total
electric, no pets.$575.
month/$300 deposit.
6538 Pearl Riley. Bay
Crest Realty 994.7918
Pace
1/1 in park.
$435/mth $200/dep.
No pets.Water and gar-
bage furnished.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
1999, 4 bedroom;/2
bath with fenced yard.
Dishwasher, covered
porches and shed. $700.
rent/$700 deposit.
626-0006
Pace
3/BR 2/BA doublewide,
4832 Guernsey Rd.
$750/mth $500/dep.
No pets, total electric.
Bay Crest Realty
994.7918
Pace
Nice, 3/2 doublewide
on 1/2 acre. C H & A,
washer/dryer hook-ups,
covered porches, energy
efficient and nicely lanrd-
scaped. Walk to Middle/
Intermediate schools.
$650. month plus
deposit. 678-3455
Springhill,
Com letely Furnished
or unfurnished 2004
trailer 14x70 3/BR
1/BA nice. Buddy Hardy
Rd. 5 mi from Coldwater
Riding Stables & 8 miles
from Whiting Field back
gate, on acreage adja-
cent to Blackwater for-
est. No pets, non- smok-
ing environment.
$550mo $500dep. Ref-
erences needed.
623-8920


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



EAST MILTON
1500 sf home, 3/1, one
acre detached shop, of-
fice building. Persimmon
Hollow Road.
$125,000.00
850-554-3639
For Sale By Owner
Tired of high taxes and
insurance yet not far
from the Gulf and no
worry about all the hurri-
canes? Come up to
Andalusia, AL. Good
location yet not far.
Beautiful, 1999 Palm
Harbor in great school
district. Private, yet close
to everything, including
lakes. This nice home sits
on 5.60 acres, some
fenced for horses. Large
barn, garage, covered
deck and carport. Over
2 000 sq. ft. with fire-
lace, tilt windows and
fenced yard for kids. A
ver clean, large home.
Selling way below latest
appraisal. Buy now at
$105,900. Buyer pays
down payment and their
closing fee's or buy for
$110,900. & seller pays
up to $5,000. towards
down payment or closing
fee's. Cal Connie @
1-931-863-8174 or
1-931-704-3457 (cell).
Leave phone number.



Navarre ~
2 story, 4 br, 21/2 ba,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub ane
separate shower in mas
ter bath. Beautiful, quiel
waterfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re
duced price ol
$248,750. Call 85C
261-0322, or 685-8048
leave message.


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




$ Cash $
for Junk Cars!
Will pick up. Running for,
Not! Call 585-5004
1997 Volvo
960 S/W - Auto., air,
& runs great. $2,900
obo. 623-6330

Ford Mustang
2003
White with grey interior
94K miles. Great
condition. Excellent carl
$6500. Please call
240-4145


| 8130
1993 Chew P/U SWB
Z71 6 cyl. $3200; Full
size P/U tool box $250;
Camper top for SWB
P/U $30. 623-4874


NEW TOIAy

Great Work
Truck
Dodae Ram 1500
Quadcab 1998, V8
High mileage, but de-
pendable work truck
Bed liner and cover. PCS
overseas and must sell.
KBB value $3100-
$3700. asking $2500.
850- 313-6684




360 Dodge V-8 motor
& transmission, running
very well when taken out
of vehicle. $500 firm.
675-6421




TERRIFIC BASS
BOAT
2003 Triton Bass boat
w/225 Yamaha VMax,
hot foot, Jack Plate, two
fish/depth finders,
Garmin GPS, new batter-
ies $17,500,
(80)585-8237




31 ft travel
trailer Only
$6900.
Coahman Catalina Travel
Trailer 2001 Well kept
interior. Great working
AC with vents thru ou.
Needs TLC on front sid-
in g. $6900. Call
850-324-4089 or
626-9394.
2007 Flagstaff
pop-up camper.
A/ , heat, screen room.
Slee s 6. n excellent
condition. $6,800.
981-9450


Pace
Must Seel
5410 Jenny Cir. 3/1.5
brick w/garage. Com-
plete renovation, everth-
ing is new. $119,000
850-983-6613 or
504-214-2559


I 71so ,50
EAST MILTON
5.4 cleared acres, older
mobile home water sep
ticpower. $70,000.00
850554-3507


I 7160 -
2000 Double wide
28' X 52'.
Never lived in.
$36000
(850)626-0156
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IHave you ever seen a race at school in which two people were neck and
neck up until the verve end? The coach may have found it difficult to determine
who finished first and looked to other spectators for advice.
The same situation can happen with the Kentucky Derby and other horse
races. When two or more horses stay neck and neck and appear to cross the
finish line at the same time, this is known as a dead heat in horse racing.
To determine the winner of a dead heat, officials rely on photo finish
technology. Cameras are set up to take photos of the finishers and the time,
they crossed the actual finish line is indicated on the bottom of the photos,
allowing officials to determine for certain who crossed the finish line first and
won the race.


Fact or Fiction?

Horse Racing

Challenge

Each year, thousands of people
gather together in Louisville, KY,
for the Kentucky Derby. The horse
race is one of the largest in the
country. Here are some questions
about the derby. How many can
you answer correctly?

1) The derby takes place the second Saturday of
May. Fact or Fiction?
2) The derby is always held at Churchill Downs. Fact
or Fiction?
3) The derby makes up the last part of a trio of
horse races known as the Triple Crown. Fact or
Fiction?
4) The derby is open to one-year-old Thoroughbreds. Fact or Fiction?
5) The derby is 1.5 miles long. Fact or Fiction?
6) The derby is often called "the Run for the Daisies." Fact or Fiction?
7) The derby has an official song. Fact or Fiction?
8) The derby has many traditions, including drinking mint juleps and eating burgoo
stew. Fact or Fiction?
9) The derby has a dress code. Fact or Fiction?
10) The derby has never been finished in less than two minutes. Fact or Fiction?

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