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Navarre residents had been advised to stay indoors after blaze at Aqua Water Treatment facility


By ANDREW GANT
Florida Freedom Newspapers

NAVARRE The air was clear
Wednesday night after a fire at a
water treatment plant, but not be-
fore officials warned residents to
head indoors in case dangerous
fumes were released.
One worker, who called 911 to
report the fire at the Aqua Water
Treatment facility, was injured and
taken to Gulf Breeze Hospital, San-
ta Rosa County officials said.


At 9:15 p.m., he was listed in se-
rious condition suffering from
smoke inhalation and burns and
moved to Shands Healthcare in
Gainesville.
The fire started just after 6 p.m.
at the plant at 8195 E. Bay Blvd.,
just east of Andorra Street and not
far from a cluster of homes.
About 45 minutes into the fire,
officials told residents within a
half-mile radius of the plant to take
"shelter in place" go indoors or
stay in a vehicle, close all openings
and shut off fans, air conditioning


and heating systems.
Residents trying to get home
Wednesday evening had to detour
around the scene as flames shot
upward and firefighters fought the
blaze.
Firefighters from Holley-Na-
varre, Navarre Beach, Midway
and Florosa responded. While en
route, Florosa Fire Chief Mark Lee
confirmed that people who lived
downwind of the plant should take
shelter.
But as of 8 p.m., some residents
hadn't heard the warning and didn't


seem concerned. Garage doors
were open and one woman who
spoke from the sidewalk in front of
her home on nearby Blue Bay Court
described "a little bit of smoke" left
from the fire but no odor.
As she spoke, a man drove by
and told her to go indoors.
At 8:30 p.m., Santa Rosa County
spokeswoman Joy Tsubooka said
the shelter notice was lifted after
air-quality tests detected no harm-
ful fumes.
Seven minutes later, firefighters
said the flames were out.


The steel building was de-
stroyed and the state fire marshal
was investigating a cause Wednes-
day night.
The county's "reverse. 911"
warning system which can au-
tomatically call landlines within a
certain area during emergencies
- wasn't working during the fire.
Tsubooka said the system's
motherboard went down last week.
Officials used local media to spread
the warning and Tsubooka said a
replacement motherboard is on
order..


NAVARRE


Pharmacists


restrain robber


Louis Michael Riccardi, Jr escaped

from Bridgeway Center before

demanding Oxycontin at the CVS


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FOR THE FAMILY: Soldiers
sacrifice, but the true
sacrifice comes by the
family, members. Above,
navy father, CDR Mark
Murray looks like he
is hoping to make up for
some lost time with his
daughter Caroline Murray
at the parade.


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of this week's Veteran's
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GREATEST GENERATION: Mr.
Karl Ketteringnam served
during World War II as
a member of the 82nd
Airborne. He is just
one of those members
of American's Greatest
Generation. Other mem-
bers of this generation
who served in the battle
at Iwo Jima were hon-
ored with a monument at
the Santa Rosa Veterans
Memorial Plaza that was
unveiled on Tuesday.
Next year there are
plans to have a similar
monument on the other
side of the walkway to
honor those on D-Day.


By BILL GAMBLING
in l .t li i i l i ,ll i I i

A man arrested for at-
tempting to rob a pharmacy
in Navarre remains under a
suicide watch at the
Santa Rosa County
Jail after earlier es-
caping from Bridge-
way Center earlier in
the day. \
Louis Michael
Riccardi, Jr., 22 of Ft.
Walton Beach, was
arrested after depu- LO
ties responded to RIM
a Monday morning
robbery at the CVS
Pharmacy at 8422 Navarre
Parkway.
Riccardi, who is being
held on no bond, has been
charged with robbery, resist-
ing arrest with violence, two


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counts of battery on a law en-
forcement officer, possession
of a controlled substance
without a prescription, and
resisting a store merchant.
He is currently being held
on suicide watch at
the Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Jail due to an inci-
dent that occurred
While he was being
..transported from a
S Pensacola hospital
to the jail. During
the transport, he
was able to remove
IS a shoe lace and place
DI, JR it around his neck
while in the rear of
the patrol vehicle
as it appeared that Riccardi
was trying to harm himself.
The deputy transporting
Riccardi noticed what was
See ROBBER A3


Navy veteran and former

businessman Fred

Schneider dead at 85


By OBIE (RAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com

Former Milton business-
man Fred E. Schneider, who
was one of the area's most
well known and respected,
retired non commissioned
military personalities in the
local community died Mon-
day, November 10, 2008.
Fred was a U.S. Navy
veteran of 31 years who had
risen to the rank of Master
Chief of NAS Whiting Field
and was a familiar figure in
business circles locally af-
ter his retirement from the
Navy in 1972. As a civilian he
established Schneider Secu-
rity and Investigative Ser-
vice in Milton and served the
community in this security-
related capacity for many
years.


I met and became friends
with Fred in the mid 1970s
following his Navy service
and always considered him
as a dependable, courteous,
committed individual whose
word was his bond and
whose work exceeded most
expectations. His academic
qualifications and experi-
ence coupled with his en-
ergy and passion for excel-
lence prepared him well for
his second career that lasted
some 35 years.
I think much of his popu-
larity stemmed from his
spontaneous, gregarious
personality that always re-
flected a positive attitude.
If I remember correctly, a
security service in Milton
as early as the 1970s was a
somewhat new field and had
See SCHNEIDER A3


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Publisher
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Obituaries


Bettye Maddox Howard,
age 85, died Sunday, Novem-
ber 9, 2008 at Thomas Hospi-
tal in Fairhope, AL.
She is survived by loved
ones-Hayne "Hank" A. Per-
ry, Wilfred "Bill" A. Howard,
Jr., David T. Howard, Janes
Riva Cunningham; seven
grandchildren, and four
great-grandchildren.
Rineral services were held


from the Chapel of Pine Crest
Rineral Home on Wednes-
day, November 12, 2008 at 2
p.m. The family will receive
friends at the funeral home
on Wednesday from 12 until 2
p.m. Interment will be in Pine
Crest Cemetery, Alabama.
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care. Sign the guest book un-
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Wednesday, 6:37 p.m.
Yes, my name is Debbie.
I am a Santa Rosa County
resident and I enjoyed the
Veterans Day celebration. It
was nice to see the parade
and both Milton and Pace
participating in it. However
I was more impressed by the
Milton kids who knew the
music by heart, while Pace
had to use music sheets.
Goes to show you why Mil-
ton got straight superiors at
the FBA competition.

Wednesday, 6 p.m.
Thanks Marion for your
love pat from the Lord on
Sept. 27t'. God recruited
me for front line duty when
I sold out to Jesus as Lord,
1973. He gave me a holy bold-
ness. He knew I wouldn't be
ashamed of Jesus and His
words. I'm just keeping my
promise to go, do and say
what He wants. By His pow-
er and grace I'll continue as
long as He gives me breath.
God bless you all as only He
can. Chrys.

Wednesday, 5:28 p.m.
I would like to also say to
William and the other bigots
in the area that if they don't
change they will end up be-






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ing a jackass And I don't
mean a democrat.

Wednesday 5:25 p.m.
Yes this is Raymond and I
would like to address William
on his call Monday at 2:50
p.m. and to the rest of the
bigots in Santa Rosa County
and the rest of America. It's
time for change in America
and blacks are ready to take
on the responsibility. We
built, represented and will
be a part of the solution. As
far as William talking cot-
ton fields now I can tell you
are a bigot. I am pushing
for change in Jay and other
places necessary. It is guys
like him who forgot who built
America. Blacks, Mexicans,
and Indians are the ones
who built America and it is
the whites that have taken
it from us. Maybe William
needs to learn something in
those cotton fields or get out
of the sun since it appears
he has been there too long.

Wednesday, 4:56 p.m.
Yeah my name is Bruce
and I live in Pace. I have two
issues I want to talk about.
The first one is the flag by
the "Welcome to Pace" sign
at the intersection of High-
way 90 and Woodbine Road.


Joe Burgans
1934-2008


After a brief battle with
cancer; Joe went to be with
his Heavenly Father on
Wednesday, November 5,
2008.
Joe was an avid fisherman
and loved camping at Lake
Stone in Century, FL where
he was well-liked by every-
one he came into contact
with. Campers there said it
just wouldn't be the same
without Joe there to pick at
them and tell his tall tales.
Joe will be sorely missed by
his family and friends.
Joe was predeceased by
his father and mother, Hosea
and Mattie Burgans; two sis-
ters-Lee Waters and Lois
Ballard; and two brothers-
Nathan Burgans and David
Burgans.


He is survived by his wife
of forty-nine years-Bob-
bie; four children-Terry
Weisensel, Vicki Burgans,
Linda Burgans and Joel Bur-
gans; six grandchildren-
Nikki Burks, Brandie Bour,
Brittany Burgans, Scott Pa-
tane, Joey Burgans and Cody
Burgans; and one very spe-
cial great grandson-Tanner
Say; three sisters-Corrine
Williams, Madle Waters and
Lane (Don) Goldsby; numer-
ous nieces, nephews, cous-
ins; and special friends-Bob
and Diane Coburn, Elijah
and Lynda Ward, Benny and
Joyce Kimmons; a lifelong
friend and buddy-T J. Bar-
row; and others too numer-
ous to name.
SThe family received


friends from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Friday, November 7, 2008 at
Pensacola Memorial Gar-
dens Funeral Home.
Funeral services were
held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday,
November 8, 2008 at the fu-
neral home. Joe preferred
everyone to dress casual.
Interment followed at
Pensacola Memorial Gar-
dens.
Active pallbearers were
Elijah Ward, Bo Mitchell,
Dick Hohorst, Robert L.
Coburn, Jr., Jim Hardy, Bob
Vardeman, Joel D. Burgans
(son) and Vicki C. Burgans
(daughter).
Honorary pallbearers
were Robert and Dianne
Coburn, Willis and Jeanne
Daniel, Benny and Joyce


Kimmons, Jonathon Kim-
mons, J. Paul Fitzgerald, T.
J. Barrow (boyhood and life-
long friend), Don and Connie
Price and Garry and Lois
Wade.
The family wishes to ex-
press their heartfelt thanks
and appreciation to Joe's
caregivers at Emerald Coast
Hospice, Maureen, Valerie,
Joel, Sally and Betty and his
physicians, Dr. Tom Fitzger-
ald, Dr. Joshua Davis and
Nurse Practitioner, Joyce
Nichols.
Arrangements were by
Pensacola Memorial Gar-
dens FIneral Home.
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Fred E. Schneider
1923-2008


Fred E. Schneider, age 85,
of Milton, FL went to be with
our Lord and Savior on Mon-
day, November 10,2008.
He proudly served in the
US Navy retiring as a Senior
Master Chief Petty Officer
after 31 Years. He was the
master chief of Whiting Field
until his retirement in 1972.
He received a degree in law
enforcement and owned and
operated Schneider Security
in Milton, FL for 35 years.
He loved everyone and
had a laugh and smile that
would light up a room. He re-
ceived his greatest joy from


his family and could
not have been more
proud of his grand-
children. He will be
dearly missed by
all that knew and
loved him. Ed was a
life time member of
Saint Rose of Lima e
in Milton, FL. Fd
He was preced- Fred S
ed in death by his
mother-Margaret
Canet; father-Merrill S. Sch-
neider; brothers-Herman
Alvin Schneider and Gerald
Raymond Schneider.
He is survived by his be-


loved wife-Nina
Rose Schneider;
son-Joseph Sch-
neider; daughter-
S Renee Roberts and
herhusband, Steven;
grandsons-Briton
Roberts, Bran-
S don Roberts, Rob-
bye Roberts; great
hneider granddaughter-Se-
lene Roberts; broth-
ers-Vernon Lloyd
Schneider and Frank Charles
Schneider.
The family will receive
friends for visitation from 2-
3:00 p.m. Thursday, November


13,2008 at Holy Cross Episco-
pal Church, 7979 North Ninth
Avenue. Funeral services with
Military Honors will follow at
3:00 p.m. with Father JeffJen-
cks officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made in Ed's memory
to the Holy Cross Discretion-
ary FunRmd, 7979 North Ninth
Ave. Pensacola, FL 32514.
Bayview Fisher-Pou Cha-
pel is entrusted with the ar-
rangements.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book un-
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The flag is ripping apart.
The last time I called the
Chamber or Commerce and
something was done. Some-
thing needs to be done and
we should not fly a run down
flag. Second is it looks like
the county put loose asphalt
on Spencer Field Road from
Berryhill to Spencer Field.
Now it is bumpier than it
was with the holes.

Wednesday, 3:53 p.m.
Yes sir this is Billy in
Blackwater. Some inconsid-
erate idiot dumped scrap
metal, car parts, water pump
pieces and more down my
driveway. I just want to let
the inconsiderate idiot know
he could have cost a hunter
one or two hound dogs. I just
want to you remember that
idiot season is coming in
soon and payback is a son of
a bugger.

Tuesday, 7:47 p.m.
Hey this is John in Pace
and I saw the comments
from the Mayor of Milton in
the paper about doing some-
thing about the burglaries.
Why not use the cop in the
white truck to do door checks
at night. That would be nice.
And wouldn't it be nice if he
had a problem and got into a


wreck so you could fine him
for that too, because we are
doing our shopping in Pace.

Tuesday, 6:07 p.m.
Hi this is Judy. I am con-
cerned about a growing
problem I have heard about.
Apparently at Milton High
School they are wearing T-
shirts saying, "my president
is black, who isyours?" There
are a whole lot of negative
things going on. And I do feel
there is a whole lot of nega-
tive things going on. I was
told if a student has a rebel
sticker on their car they get
a ticket. I think this is getting
out of hand and the school
board needs to address this
and -stop it right now

Tuesday, 9:25 a.m.
This is a comment to the
gay guy. God did not make
you that way. You were made
in God's own image of his. It
is because of the fall of man
that we have this problem
when man gave into temp-
tation and let the devil take
control. The only way to con-
quer things is through God.

If you have a short com-
ment you would like to make,
call the Speak Out line at
623-5887.


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Santa Rosa Press Gazette | A3


Supplemental payment



available for farms


By JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsentcreisrprtessgiette.'oim
According to a release
from the Farm Service
Agency, The Supplemental
Revenue Assistance Pro-
gram
(SURE) will provide
benefits for farm revenue
losses due to natural disas-
ter.
The program is the 2008
Farm Bill's successor to the
prior Ad Hoc Crop Disaster
Programs also known as
the CDP or Crop Disaster
Programs.
Unlike the prior USDA
Disaster Programs, SURE
is legislated through 2011.
SURE payments are
available to producers on
farms that:
Are located in a county
covered by a qualifying nat-
ural disaster declaration
(USDA Secretarial Decla-
rations only) or a contigu-
ous county
Or--
The actual production
is less than 50% of the nor-
mal production for the en-
tire farm.
In order to receive pay-
ments, the farm must suf-
fer at least a 10 percent eli-


In order to receive
payments, the farm
must suffer at least a
10 percent eligible
production loss on at least
one crop of economic
significance.

gible production loss on at
least one crop of economic
significance.
For a producer to be
eligible for the SURE Pro-
gram, all of the farming
operation's crops (plant-
ed or intended) that are
of economic significance
must be covered by either
federal Crop Insurance
(CI) or FSA's Non-insur-
able Crop Disaster Assis-
tance Program (NAP) cov-
erage.
Coverage must also be
obtained for other crops
for which CI or NAP is
available, such as nursery,
honey, aquaculture, and
floriculture.
However, Statute does
not require coverage
for grazed crops for the
SURE.


Those classified as "So-
cially Disadvantaged",
"Limited Resource", or
"Beginning" do not have to
meet this requirement.
In addition, the new law
amends SURE eligibility so
that crop insurance or NAP
coverage is no longer re-
quired for crops that are not
of economic significance or
those where the adminis-
trative fee required to buy
NAP coverage exceeds 10
percent of the value of the
coverage.
The 2009 NAP sales clos-
ing date has been extended
until December 1, 2008 for
the following crops: Christ-
mas trees, grass, nurs-
ery, peppers, sod, flowers,
honey, rye, and strawber-
ries.
Crops with intended
uses that are covered
through crop insurance
would be insured by the
applicable Risk Manage-
ment Agency sales closing
date.
For additional informa-
tion on 2009 NAP sales
closing dates contact
your local USDA Farm
Service Agency in Milton,
Florida.


ROBBER from pane Al


occurring and was able to
stop him from harming him-
self and removed the shoe-
lace from around his neck.
He was taken to Santa
Rosa Medical Center to be
evaluated and was released
and transported to the Santa
Rosa County Jail.
When deputies were dis-
patched to the scene around
10 a.m. Monday, they were
told that there was a suspect
inside the store that was
robbing the pharmacy and
stealing the narcotics.
Upon arrival, they found
that three CVS employees
had the suspect physically
restrained on the floor be-
hind the pharmacy counter.
The suspect was taken into
custody by deputies.
The head pharmacist told
deputies that the suspect
produced a note demanding
oxycontin and stated that
they had twenty seconds to


comply with his demands.
The suspect had his hands in
his pockets at the time and
did not display a weapon.
After twenty seconds,
the suspect jumped over
the counter and demanded
to know the location of the
Oxycontin.
When the suspect bent
over to retrieve the Oxy-
contin, the head pharmacist
grabbed him around the
neck and began to struggle
with him on the floor. An-
other pharmacist then as-
sisted in trying to restrain
the suspect. The store man-
ager also came to their aid
and helped in subduing the
suspect.
During the altercation,
the bottles of oxycontin
broke open and scattered on
the floor.
Riccardi ingested 10 oxy-
contin during the struggle.
The suspect was transport-


ed to Gulf Breeze Hospital to
be treated for the ingestion
of the narcotics.
Larry McFarland, public
information officer for the
Bridgeway Center, would
only confirm that an indi-
vidual scaled a 10-foot fence
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the exercise area to prevent
similar escapes.
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management was not au-
thorized to speak about the
case.
In 2007, he was charged
with obtaining a controlled
substance by fraud, forgery
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a rather difficult time catch-
ing on. But Fred remained
positive, worked hard, and
maintained his faith. The
business grew as the new
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a life time member of the
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"Schneider's death is not
only a bereavement to his
family but a loss for the com-
munity in which he has been
active for many years," com-
mented Jimmie D. Hill, who
said he was surprised by
Fred's passing as he had just
recently spoken with him.
Hill, who was president
and publisher of the Press
Gazette for many years and
is now a natural health con-
sultant, remembers Fred
both personally and profes-
sionally. "The Press Gazette
used his security company
for more than 15 years and
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petent and entirely satis-
factory," Hill said. "There


were even a few times that
he went beyond the call of
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property was secured, par-
ticularly during the remod-
eling of the building in the
mid 1980s.
Other community leaders
and acquaintances spoke
highly of Fred measuring
him up by the integrity and
commitment that was al-
ways his bond.
Fred is survived by his
wife, Nina Rose Schneider,
and both a son, daughter,
and two brothers. He was
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sons and a great grand-
daughter.
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Daniel Jacob Thompson,
son of Perry and & Mary
Thompson of Milton, and
Kay Thompson of Tampa,
FL.
Amber was born in
Tottori, Japan and home-
schooled from second
grade through high school
while living in Misawa,
Japan, Jakarta, Indone-
sia and Keflavik, Iceland
as well as in many cities
around the United States
including Pensacola, and
Milton where she has lived
since November 1999.
She completed her GED
in Milton. She is an out-
standing cook and has
mastered the preparation
of foods from many of the
23 countries she has vis-
ited.
Daniel was born at
Whiting Field, Milton. He
has lived in the states of
Washington, California,
Ohio, Virginia, Alabama
and Florida including
Tampa and Milton. Dan-
iel is trained in automo-
bile mechanics and is also
an excellent cook. Daniel
is employed by Lowes
Home Improvement in
Pace.
Both Amber and Daniel
were raised in Navy fami-
lies, but both had to come
back to Milton to meet each
other.
Amber and Daniel's
marriage will take place
Saturday, December 27,
2008 in Milton.


Saturday, November 15, 2008


Santa Rosa Medical

Center BIRTHS


Amanda & William Had-
dock, a son, William Jayden
Haddock, born Wednesday,
October 15, 2008.
Brandis N. & Douglas B.
Harris, a daughter, Kierstin
Breely Harris, born Friday,
October 17, 2008.
Ryan H. Jauregui & Luis
R. Garcia, a daughter, Jale-
na Jocelyne Garcia, born
Tuesday, October 21, 2008.
Samantha J. Hollinghead
and Jeffery L. Pinkney, a
daughter, Jaela Shezerae
Pinkney, born, Tuesday, Oc-
tober 21, 2008.
Kathryn L. & Jesse J.
Lee, a son, Joshua Thomas
Lee, born Wednesday, Octo-
ber 22, 2008.
Charlene R. Haven, a
daughter, Jazlyn Marie Ha-
ven, born Wednesday, Octo-
ber 22, 2008.
Melissa & Jonathan Mc-
Millan, a son, Cole Henry
McMillan, born Friday, Oc-
tober 24, 2008.
Erica & Ian Bervig, a son,


Evan Miles Bervig, born
Friday, October 24, 2008.
Nikki & Edward Powell,
a son, Nathan Allen Pow-
ell, born Friday, October 24,
2008.
Jessica M. Morgan & An-
thony L. Dellinger, a daugh-
ter, Marley Morgan Del-
linger, born Tuesday, Octo-
ber 28, 2008.
Jennifer N. English &
Mark A. Simpson, a son,
Troy Cordale Simpson,
born Wednesday, October 29,
2008.
Mary B. & Chad T. Brew-
ton, a son, Tanner Gage
Brewton, born Wednesday,
October 29, 2008.
Christy A. Bingham &
Joshua 0. Freeman, a son,
Wesley Owen Freeman,
born Wednesday, October 29,
2008.
Loren Ashley Hurd &
Daniel Paul Sunday, a son,
Rheigan Daniel Sunday,
born Thursday, October 30,
2008.


Two of Florida's leading
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tersburg and Southeastern
Community Blood Center
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consolidating to better serve
donors, patients and health-
care facilities. The upcoming
merger will result in an even
stronger commitment and
capability in providing blood
and blood components to the
local communities served by
FBS and SCBC while capital-
izing on the latest technolo-
gies.
Earlier this year, FBS con-
solidated with the Northwest
Florida Blood Center (NFBC)
of Pensacola which serves
twenty four hospitals in the
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communities who commit
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local hospitals.
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Local


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I AS


Saving energy topic
Special to the Press Gazette cambia River Electric Com-
pany.
Mary White, a member of "Each month for the next
the Pace Pea Ridge Home- seven months there will be
maker Club on Keyser Lane programs such as this to
in Pea Ridge, presented a not only help ourselves, but
program on ways to save on to help Mother Earth Stay
your electric bill. Healthy," said White.
"Using energy more effi- White mentioned several
ciently leads to less demand simple ways to be more en-
for energy, and helps con- ergy efficient. Some of these
trol fuel prices for the power are unplug appliances at the
companies," said White. She source when not in use; Re-
went on to say that she col- place light bulbs with com-
lected information from Gulf pact fluorescent lamps or
Power users as well as Es- CFLs as these last up to 13


for Homemaker Club


times longer than standard
incandescent light bulbs,
saving you time buying and
replacing bulbs and about
$25 in energy cost over the
life of each bulb.
Other ways to save
around the house are to turn
up thermostats up to 780 in
summer and 680 in winter.
Wear clothes until dirty, wash
in cold water and hang dry
them if possible. Make use
of the solar heat. If you use a
dryer, remember to clean the
filter after each load. If you


rinse your dishes before put-
ting them in the dishwasher,
use cold water. When you use
your shower limit yourself to
5 to 7 minutes. This may be
a good time to install a low
flow shower head. Be sure to
fix dripping faucets. Moving
to the kitchen and looking at
ways to save energy would be
to clean the refrigerator coils
at least once a year. Check
the gaskets around the door
and make sure they are not
worn. When cooking on your
stove top, use pot lids to help


food cook faster.
White said there are many
ways to save energy that
you need to make yourself a
check-off sheet and include


all those mentioned above
and you will get more savings
in your power bill. The power
company may suggest you
caulk around storm windows
and other places where heat
or air is escaping. Use our
free solar heat in the winter
by opening up those shades
and in the summer you may
close them to keep out more
heat.
White closed the program
by telling the ladies to turn
off computers and monitors
when not in use. Turn large-
screen TVs off completely
when not in use and other
electric appliances including
battery chargers.


Grow a salad this winter by adding lettuce to your garden


By THERESA FRIDAY
Extension Faculty-Residential
Horticulture
UF/IFAS Santa Rosa County

Cool days and chilly nights
are just the kind of weather
lettuce enjoys. Lettuce is a
vegetable that is easy to grow
and delicious. Some lettuce
varieties are also very attrac-
tive. So, whether you have
a vegetable garden, flower
garden or even a garden in
containers on a balcony, try
including some type of lettuce
in your fall plantings.
According to Dan Gill,
LSU AgCenter Horticulturist,
lettuces were cultivated 3,000
years ago by the Babylonians
and possibly earlier by the
Chinese. Lettuce seeds were
sealed in Egyptian tombs, and
lettuces were served to Ro-
man emperors. By 1865 seed
companies offered 113 kinds
to America's gardeners. To-
day lettuce is so popular that
new and interesting varieties
of lettuce appear in seed cata-
logs every year.
Although you may read
about cultivating lettuce dur-
ing the summer in northern
states, our summer tempera-
tures are too high for lettuce.
Lettuce is a cool-season crop
here along the Gulf Coast.
Garden lettuces can be
divided into three classes
based on growth habit- leaf
or looseleaf types, semi-head-
ing types such as butterhead
and romaine and heading or
crisphead types. Crisphead
lettuces, such as the iceberg


types, are more of a challenge
to grow here, so it's recom-
mended that you stay with the
leaf and semi-heading culti-
vars.
Leaf lettuces are the most
decorative, least demanding,
and among the most heat-tol-
erant lettuces we can grow.
Leaf lettuces are fast matur-
ing and can be ready to begin
harvesting just 40 days after
planting. Harvesting is best
done by cropping the plants
regularly. When cropping,
only the largest leaves are
removed, which allows the
plants to continue to grow and
produce.
The butterhead lettuces
have soft, tender leaves and
relatively loose heads. Their
fragile leaves make them dif-
ficult to ship and pricey at the
supermarket. But these deli-
cious butterheads are quite


easy to grow. They can be
harvested by cropping, or an
entire plant may be harvested
as the center leaves grow over
and form a loose head.
Romaine lettuces are tall,
upright and thick-leaved.
Their thick midribs and sweet,
juicy texture have made them
especially prized for salads.
The foliage can be red or
green, smooth or ruffled.
Lettuce transplants of
various types generally are
available in area nurseries.
You will find a much larger
selection of cultivars available
from seeds.
Plant lettuce seeds into


well-prepared beds that have
been amended by digging in
a 2-inch layer of organic mat-
ter, such as compost, and an
all-purpose granular fertilizer.
Lettuce seeds need light to
germinate, so they are simply
pressed or lightly raked into
the soil surface. Water fre-
quently until they germinate,
and once they come up thin
the plants to the appropriate
spacing. The average spacing
is about 10 inches between
plants.
For best quality, lettuce
must be encouraged to grow
rapidly This is accomplished
by keeping the plants well
watered and fertilized. Wa-
ter thoroughly during dry
weather, and keep the plants
mulched to prevent drought
stress. Stress from drought,
heat or low fertility encour-
ages the lettuce to become
bitter.
Even though lettuce is
best grown here in the winter,
hard freezes can damage the
foliage. If temperatures in the
mid-20s or lower are predict-
ed, throw a layer of pine straw
or sheets of fabric over the
plants to prevent frost burn.
Looseleaf lettuce is best
harvested by cropping. But-
terhead can be harvested by
cropping or cutting the entire
plant, and romaine is best if
the entire plant is harvested
when ready. All lettuce should


be harvested by early to mid-
May, since high tempera-
tures will cause the lettuce
to become increasingly bitter
and to bolt (send up a flower
stallOk).
Its beauty, ease of culture
and delicious foliage make
lettuce an excellent choice for
any gardener.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture Ex-
tension Agent for Santa Rosa
County. The use of trade


names, if used in this article,
is solely for the purpose of
providing specific informa-
tion. It is not a guarantee,
warranty, or endorsement
of the product name(s) and
does not signify that they are
approved to the exclusion of
others.
For additional informa-
tion about all of the county
extension services and other
articles of interest go to: san-
tarosa.ifas.ufl.edu.


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OUR VIEW


Memorial


needs more


breathing room

In 2003, Santa Rosa County broke ground on some-
thing awesome.
Everyone wanted to be a part of it and, in 2004, de-
spite the dreary rain, the Santa Rosa County Veter-
ans Memorial Plaza was dedicated. It even included
a walkway paved with bricks purchased by individuals
to honor loved ones either serving, or who previously
served in the military.
The memorial was just as moving as going to "The
Wall" on the Plaza in Washington D.C., or seeing the
"Tomb of the Unknown" at Arlington National Cem-
etery.
And the plaza opened with many of those traits.
The bas-reliefs are on black granite. The history of
each battle is also etched on black granite, and, on the
north wall of the plaza, there is Santa Rosa's own tip of
the hat to the "Tomb of the Unknown."
Two elegant statues, created by Pensacola artisan
Sam Nettles welcomed guests.
The memorial plaza has proven a highly enjoyed
venue for locals and visitors, just as its original back-
ers had hoped.
From the beginning, they envisioned a place where
people could come and reflect. They envisioned a place
where time could be spent in memory and where school
children could come to see their textbooks brought to
life. They envisioned a place that could grow. Where
more and more property could be acquired, allowing
the experience to expand.
And those early visionaries proved right on every
count ... except one.
And that brings us to our point.
The memorial needs more land.
It has expanded.
The memorial for the Merchant Marines was in-
stalled.
The War Dog came in 2005 followed by the Purple
Heart tribute in 2006.
All fitting tributes.
But the Santa Rosa's Veterans Memorial Plaza is
not nearly as big as the Plaza in Washington, D.C.
The tributes are all wonderful. They are all fitting.
But the memorial is beginning to look "cluttered."
The open spaces in the original memorial are be-
coming increasingly full.
More and more items have been added. This year, a
monument was placed outside the plaza itself.
Last year, the Wall of Tears was added. The Iwo
Jima Memorial was this year's unveiling, and next
year, a salute will come for the veterans of D-Day.
We do not, for one moment, wish to suggest any of
these memorials are not deserved.
We do, however, suggest that more space is needed
so some of these items can be better spaced, creating
a more pleasing aesthetic.
Just because one ornament on a Christmas tree is
attractive does not mean 10,000 will be. At some point,
to preserve the beauty, a bigger tree must be found.
What makes this a particularly difficult observation
on our part is the economic situation in which we all
now find ourselves. While we blatantly say more area
needs to be added before more memorials go up, we
can't suggest the county spend any actual money on
that right now. Times are too rough.
Funds are needed elsewhere.
But Santa Rosa (and northwest Florida, for that mat-
ter) are full of dedicated individuals who have strong
emotional ties to the military and to America. Some of
these folks are in better situations than others.
To those who can, we suggest they consider donat-
ing to the Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Plaza. The
donation of private funds could make the purchase of
additional land possible.
Then, these fitting tributes can be moved about, giv-
en some "breathing room" so they can all be enjoyed
as the original visionaries who first birthed this idea
intended.



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Note of Thanks

We would like to thank
the following people for help-
ing with the efforts in Santa
Rosa County to see that ev-
ery World War II veteran
who would like and is able
can participate in the Emer-
ald Coast Honor Flight.
Thankyou to Pen Air Fed-
eral Credit Union, VFW Post
4833, Tom Stewart, Wendell
Hall, Don Salter, SRC Lead-
ership Alumni, Gulf Power
Company, Thomas and Dawn
Tait, Gulf Breeze Chamber
of Commerce, F Mich-ele
Tucker, Navarre Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce Fun
Fest, Santa Rosa Medical
Center, Don Richards, In-
dependent Order of Forest-
ers, Pace Chamber of Com-
merce, James A. Young, Col.
Pete Gandy, USAF Retired,
Rockford Foundation, Mil-
ton High School in honor of
Frank Swanner, Dianne K.
Harris, Navarre Beach Area
Chamber of Commerce Mili-
tary Affairs, Navarre Beach
Area Chamber of Com-
merce Emerging Leaders,
West Florida Hospital, Sa-
cred Heart Health System,
Santa Rosa County Council
Navy League, Santa Rosa
County Chamber of Com-
merce, Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation, Dar-
rel R. Greer, Rochelle King,


L.E. Rich, Elisia Lowery,
Karen Haworth, Genevieve
Touchton, Mike Sandier,
Eglin Federal Credit Union,
Jay Vines, Isabel Fraysee in
honor of Andy Fraysee, Shir-
ley Hage, Wendell Hobson,
Norman Meeker, Michael
Stricklin, Renee Bookout,
Walter Rascoe, Richard
Hobbs, William McElwain,
Benard Smelstoys, Bev-
erly Zimmerman in honor
of George Hutton, David E.
Vick, Rita Salter, Gary Hum-
phrey, Julie Foret, Yvonne
H. Drake, Fred 0. Cornett,
Robert Bothfeld, Grayce
Besty Dyar, Sub Vettes of
Drum Base, Mary Cunning-
ham, Helen Wilcox, Jason
Williams, Dis-abled Ameri-
can Veterans Auxiliary 125,
ERA Navarre Beach Agency,
Inc., Gulf Reflections Studio,
Inc., Sandpa-per Publish-
ing, Inc., William H. Phillips,
Elizabeth Simmons, Jane M.
Judkins, Jopyce Enghauser,
Yancy Langston, Lt. Col.
James A. Deason II, Jon Ka-
gan, Stacy Dahlberg, Patrick
Traynor, Cathleen Gotthelf,
Vicki Floyd, Rena and Larry
Murphy, McKenzie Motors,
Corinne Dement, Hazel I.
Ross, Gulf Breeze Masonic
Lodge 347 F&AM IN, Mem-
ory of Jack Ferguson, Joan
McCarthy, Carter Haynes,
K.R. Bland.
We would like to extend
to you a tremendous word


of thanks on behalf of all
Santa Rosa County World
War II Veterans who you
have helped have the oppor-
tunity to see the monument
dedicated to them and their
efforts.
EMERALD COAST
HONOR FLIGHT
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY INITIATIVE
COMMITTEE MEMBERS


Assessing the Election

My estimate of the po-
litical situation leading up to
the election: the buzz word
"economy" boils down to a
"single issue" with which
the electorate had to deal
with. From man's point of
view many of you will agree.
Were it a "single issue," I
believe from God's viewpoint
"abortion" would have been
it. Four thousand babies are
aborted daily.
This could be the year
God zaps America. Murder
is one of the seven things
God hates. God will not hold
us guiltless individually or
as a nation for America's
disgusting, disgraceful, de-
spicable record of shedding
innocent blood.
McCain voted for legisla-
tion that provides care and
protection for babies born
alive after abortion. Obama
voted four times against a


similar bill while in the Il-
linois State Senate. Shame!
Shame!
McCain voted to ban par-
tial-birth abortion. Obama co-
sponsored the "Freedom of
Choice Act" that would make
partial birth abortion legal
again. Obama said "The first
think I'd do as president is
sign the "Freedom of Choice
Act." Shame! Shame!
McCain voted for requir-
ing an abortionist to notify a
patient before performing one
on a minor girl from another
state. Obama voted to block
that bill. Shame! Shame!
Palin is pro-life. Biden
voted for abortion for any
reason. I didn't know Bideh
led the fight to defeat Su-
preme Court nominee Rob-
ert Bork. Now I know an-
other reason I dislike Biden,
the main one being what did
he accomplish in 36 years in
Washington?
Obama pushed "Change."
The only "change" he and all
of us should be proclaiming
is "Return to God." Can any-
body doubt God is America's
only hope? If we're not al-
ready depending on God, ev-
erybody should be.
I voted for the Bible,
America's salvation! God
bless you all as only He can.

CHRYS HOLLEY
Milton, Fla.






Saturday, November 15, 2008


Church


Santa Rosa Press Gazette I A7


Church DIRECTORY


African Methodist
Episcopal Zion, Isaiah
Chapel AME Zion Church,
5038 Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr. Drive, Milton
African Methodist Episcopal,
Greater Bethlehem AME,
5299 Richburg St., Milton

Anglican
Trinity by the Fields, 4980 West
Spencerfield Road, Pace

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

Assemblies of God
Assembly of God, New Har-
vest, 4289 Berryhill Rd., Pace
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,
8080 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

Bahai's of Santa Rosa
Bahai's of Santa Rosa, 5406
Dogwood Avenue, 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 Ava-
lon Blvd., Milton
East Side Baptist, 4884
Ward Basin Road, Milton
Faith Baptist, 6423 Hamil-
ton Bridge Rd, Milton
First Baptist of Harold, 10585
Goodrange Drive, Milton
Liberty Baptist Church, 6763
Margaret Street, Milton
Mount Pilgrim Baptist, 5103
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Street, Milton
St. John Divine Mission-
ary Baptist, 5363 St. Johns
Street, Milton

Baptist -
Independent
Bible Baptist Church of Pace,
4001 Vern Street, Pace
Bible Way Baptist Church,
5976 Dogwood Drive


Milton
Brownsdale Baptist Church,
Chumuckla Hwy. Jay
Joy Bible Baptist, 8613
Hwy. 90, Milton
Pleasant Hill Missionary Bap-
tist, 5550 Econfina Street,
Milton
Solid Rock Baptist, 6760
East Gate Road, Milton
Trinity Baptist, 5301 High-
way 90, Pace
Victory Baptist, 4000 Ava-
lon Blvd., Milton
West Florida Baptist, 5621
Hwy 90, Milton
Fil Am Baptist Church, 5240
Dogwood Drive, Milton

Baptist -Southern
Avalon Baptist, 4316 Avalon
Blvd., Milton
Berrydale Baptist Church,
6730 Hwy. 4, Jay
Billory 1st Baptist of Holley-
Navarre, Highway 87 North
Holley
Blackwater Baptist, 11689
Munson Hwy., Milton
Calvary Baptist, Hwy. 89,
Allentown
Cora Baptist, 12953 Hwy
197, Jay
East Side Baptist, 4884 Ward
Basin Road, Milton
Ferris Hill Baptist, 6848
Chaffin Street. Milton
First Bagdad Baptist, 4529
Forsyth St., Bagdad
First Baptist of Garcon Point,
1780 Garcon Point Rd.,
Milton
First Baptist of Milton, 6797
Caroline St., Milton
Florida Baptist Convention,
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
Floridatown Baptist, 3851
Diamond Street, Pace
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 (Con-
temporary), 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 Bay-
berry Street, Milton
Mount Pleasant Baptist, 6151
Dogwood Dr., Milton
Olivet Baptist, 5240 Dog-
wood 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


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


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


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

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

Church of Christ
Bagdad Chuch of Christ,
4413 Garcon Point Hwy.,
Bagdad
Berryhill Church of Christ,
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace
Jay Church of Christ, E.
Highway 4, Jay
Margaret Street Church
of Christ, 6745 Margaret
Street, Milton
McLellan Church of Christ,
Munson Hwy Milton
Susan St. Church of Christ,
600 Susan St. Milton
West Milton Church of Christ,
5300 Highway 90, Pace
Pea Ridge Church of Christ,
4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge

Church of God
in Christ
Ferris Hill Church of God in
Christ, 909 N. Alabama St.,
Milton
World Church of God, Milton
Worship Center, 5177 Stew-
art St., Milton
Community Chapel Church of
God, 4300 Pace Lane, south
of Wal-Mart
Church of God in Christ, 5887
N. Stewart St., Milton

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

Community Of Christ
Community of Christ, 6656
Raymond Hobbs St.,
Milton

Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter
Day Saints
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints, 5737 Ber-
ryhill Rd., Milton
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-
ter day Saints, 2828 Harvest
Rd, Jay
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-
ter day Saints, 1753 Sea Lark
Ln, Navarre


Episcopal
St. Mary's Episcopal Church,
6842 Oak St. Milton

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

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

Independent
Grace Bible Church, 623
Chestnut, Milton

Interdenominational
Ken Sumerall Ministries,
4901 Forest Creek Dr.,
Pace

Jehovah's Witnesses
Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
congregation, 5696 Berryhill
Rd., Milton

Lutheran
Eternal Trinity Lutheran
Church, 6076 Old Bagdad
Hwy., Milton

Methodist
Christ United Methodist
Church, 5983 Dogwood Dr.,
Milton
Chumuckla United Method-
ist Church, 9475 Chumuckla
Hwy., Jay
Elizabeth Chapel United
Methodist Church, 8008 Chu-
muckla Hwy., Pace
1st United Meth.Church of
Pace, 4540 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Pace
Woodbine United Methodist
Church, 5200 Woovine, 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
Pineview United Method-
ist Church, 1400 Pineview
Church Rd., Jay
Wesley Memorial United


Hickory Hammock .JF
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987)
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10.00 am .
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:00 pm
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm
Preschool All Services
8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton 623-8959* www.hickoryhamrmndc ptist.org
Dynamic Worship Music Drama Children & Youth Ministries and lots motel


Methodist Church, 4701
School Ln., Pace
Woodhine United Methodist
Church, 5200 Woodbine Rd.,
Pace

Nazarene
New Faith Church of Naza-
rene, 4900 Berryhill Rd.,
(Berryhill School) 623-1717

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

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

Pentecostal Holiness
Mount Zion Pentecostal
Holiness Church, 5532 Osceola
St., Milton
Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness
Church, 2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
New Vision Worship Center,
5573 Stewart St. Milton
Roeville Holiness Church,


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

Presbyterian PCA
Westminster Presbyterian
Church PCA, 6659 Park Av-
enue, Milton

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

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

Protestant
Milton SDA Church, 5288
Berryhill Rd., Milton

Seventh-Day Adventist
Milton Seventh-Day Adventist
Church, 5288 Berryhill Rd.,
Milton

United Pentecostal
First Pentecostal Church of
Bagdad, 4636 Forsyth St.,
Bagdad

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


Celebrate with us!
Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
* Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available
for all ages 6:30 p.m.
Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton
Church Office: 623-8820 John F. Edwards, Pastor



Celebrate with us!

Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available
for all ages 6:30 p.m.
Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton
Church Office: 623-8820 John F. Edwards, Pastor

PACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH PCUSA

4587 Woodbine Road '
Pace, FL 32571 ,
Ph 995-4553 IA

Rev. Shuford White, Pastor


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


Chumuckla United Methodist Church
Praise & Worship 9 am
S Fellowship Cafe 9:45 am
Sunday School 10 am
Worship and Children's Church 11 am
S Wednesday Night Supper 5:30 pm
Bible Study 6:30 pm
9475 Chumuckla Hwy. Jay, FL 32565 g
995-4261 or 994-0870


Pace Community Church
~AA


Reaching Seekers, Building Believers

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

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

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


994-4310


.PaceCommunityChurch.com


Ronnie Christian
Pastor


SFirst United Methodist
Church of Milton

S6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

Worship Service @ 8:30,9:45 & 11:00
Sunday School @ 9:45
Youth Fellowship @ 5:00

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!


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A look at the
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Futures File
U-Turn in Commodities?

Just as fear of another
Great Depression reigned
throughout stock and com-
modity markets, a midweek
downward tumble in the
U.S. Dollar seemed to cause
a U-turn in U.S. commodity
markets to the upside.
Considering that most com-
modities made all-time
record highs less than a
year ago, the recent plum-
met becomes even more
breathtaking.

Corn, wheat, soybeans,
silver, copper, crude oil,
and cotton plummeted in
unison over 50% from
highs made less than three
months ago. On Monday
and Tuesday, most com-
modities rose, then on
Wednesday, the Federal
Reserve Board cut the Fed
Funds interest rate to 1%.
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A WARM WELCOME: The ribbon cutting ceremony for Training Wheels was held Nov. 5 at 1 p.m. Employees, chil-
dren, parents, guests gathered in the back yard of the Center for the event. Children continued playing on the big
tire, swings, slide and other equipment while others were talking and taking pictures for the event. Afterwards there
was a reception with cake and punch. All of us here in Jay wish Training Wheels success in their new business en-
deavor.


Veterans honored during Veterans Day program


Jay High School's Stu-
dent Government Associa-
tion (SGA), with the help
of their teacher, Jamie
Gomillion, held a special
assembly on Monday, Nov.
10 at 11 p.m. to honor the
war veterans of Santa Rosa
County. County Commis-
sioner Don Salter was the
guest speaker.
Prior to the program,
Salter visited with the vet-
erans seated in the front
rows. He had a long con-
versation with World War
II vet J.D. Cooley from
Munson.
The SGA welcomed all
and led in the Pledge of Al-
legiance.
They asked all in atten-
dance to remain standing
for the playing of the Star-
Spangled Banner.
JHS Assistant Principal
Kristy Jernigan, along with
Salter and Principal West-
moreland were seated on
the stage.
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and many commodity prices blasted upwards, trac-
ing out a dramatic "V bottom" (or U-turn). Corn, at
the foundation of our Midwest economy, exploded
"limit up" as trading came to a halt Wednesday
afternoon.
The financial and emotional roller coaster imposed
on traders and speculators by such wild moves par-
allels those of stock or equity investors who have
made and lost fortunes in recent months.
The key question which dominates many commodity
traders' and investors' psyche during these violent
swings: As the government lowers rates close to
zero and pledges billions of dollars in order to res-
cue or bail out our financial system, which price
scenario will emerge? The believers in perpetual
inflation think the government can assume bad
debts indefinitely, resulting in rampant or hyper-
inflation. Others fear deflation or a continued price
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battle and helping others
in times of war.
Salter then spoke and
thanked the veterans for
serving our country.
He then addressed the
students and spoke of all
the daily freedoms we en-
joy because of the bravery
of our veterans who fought
in all the wars and battles.
He also stated that Je-
sus Christ died to save our
souls and that our brave
veterans have fought, and
some have died, to save our
freedoms.
Vets were asked to
stand in order to be recog-
nized, and they were given
a standing ovation by the
audience.
A special lunch was held
afterwards for the vets,
spouses, and guests in the
JHS library.
A special cake made for
the Vets was served along
with barbeque and all the
trimmings.
Everyone visited and
shared stories.


A GREAT HONOR: Salter is shown speaking with J.D.
Cooley, a World War II veteran.


Smith Tractor Company honors Angeline Andrews


Smith Tractor Company
held a retirement party
for Angeline Andrews in
September. She had dedi-
cated 50 years of service
Smith Tractor as a book-
keeper.
Not only were some of
the employees of Smith
Tractor present, there were
also folks from her church,
Pine Level Baptist, her
family and friends.
It was a time of
enjoying the good food, vis-
iting, memories and gift-
giving.
Smith Tractor gave her a
beautiful cut-glass bowl.
Angeline's brother, Jack
Bragg, gave her beautiful
red roses. She was given
other gifts.
Angeline and her hus-
band have traveling in their
future plans, as both are
retired.


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HONORABLE MENTION: Angeline is shown here (left) with
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Sports SIDELINE

Boat Meeting: Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Commissioner Don Salter will be
talk to those interested in the pro-
posed closing of the Sandy Landing
Boat Ramp from January to Febru-
ary. The public meeting will be on
Nov. 16 at the Chumuckla Commu-
nity Center, located across from the
Chumuckla Elementary School. For
more information, call 380-9507.

Softball Meeting: The City of
Milton Parks and Recreation De-
partment is holding four public
meetings to discuss the possibility
of a girl's fast-pitch softball league.
Meetings will be held at the Milton
Community Center, 5629 Byrom
Street, and will begin at 6 p.m. on
November 17 and 24. Parents who
want their daughters ages 8 to 14
to play, should attend. Individuals
interested in coaching or helping
organize the program are also wel-
come. For additional information,
contact John Norton at 983-5466 ext.
203.

Youth Wresting: The Milton
youth wrestling season has kicked
off and the Milton Panther Take-
down Club Youth Wrestling Pro-
gram for ages six and up with for-
mer Olympic Coach Rob Hermann
every Thursday at Hobbs Middle
School gym from 7-8:30 p.m. cost is
$35.

Miracle Strip Volleyball Acad-
emy is seeking players for the 2009
Club season. Girls 8-18 of all skill
levels are invited to participate. A
Player/Parent information meeting
will be held Thursday, November
6th, 6:00pm at the HealthPlex on
Hwy 77 and Baldwin. Are you in-
terested? Contact Robin Smith at
850-784-9899 or MSVAvolleyball@
hotmail.com

Garcon Point Bridge Run: The
Santa Rosa Education Foundation
is partnering with Mediacom to an-
nounce its inaugural "Connecting
Education in Santa Rosa County"
Garcon Point Bridge Run. The spe-
cial event for children and adults
supports programs like Take Stock
in Children scholarships, teacher
grants, Little Red Schoolhouse
Teacher Supply Depot, and recogni-
tion of teachers and student county-
wide.
The five-mile run-walk will be
Nov. 15 at 7:30 a.m. A general entry
fee is $15 for children and $20 for
adults. Registration is available on-
line at active.com or you can print a
registration form at www.santarosa.
kl2.fl.us/sref

Rodeo: The Dixie Darters Drill
Team will be hosting a rodeo Nov. 22
at the East Milton Recreation Park.
The Little Wranglers Rodeo events
will begin at 2 p.m. and include Bar-
rel Race, Goat Untying, Pole Bend-
ing, Steer riding, flag race, goat ty-
ing, and team roping.
The rodeo is set to begin at 7 p.m.
and will include team roping, chute
doggin', barrel racing, goat tying,
pole bending, and bull riding.
Tickets are $8 at the gate and
kids six and under are free. Pre-sale
tickets will go on sale Nov. 1 and will
be $6.
For more information call 957-
0784. Registration deadline for
events is Nov. 14.

Futbol Club of Santa Rosa Fall
Soccer Registration: Registration
is currently ongoing for the fall. rec-
reational season, online registration
is available at the FCSR website
www.fcsantarosa.com. Registration
fees range from $100 to $125, there
is an additional fee for team jersey.
Individuals interested in coaching
or assisting can sign up on the vol-
unteer page while registering their
child or email vicepresident@fcsan-
tarosa.com. More information on
the recreational and select soccer
programs is available on the club
* website.

Pace Library Sports Raffle:
Friends of the Pace Library will be
raffling off various sports items 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 Fry-
man signed baseball, Boo Weekley
signed hat and picture, Haley Mill-
saps signed hat and picture, Danny
Wuerffel signed mini-helmets, and
much more.


Ticket sales are underway for
$10 each or six for $50. The raffle
ends Nov. 29.

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.


Whiting Field Golf
Association
Whiting Field Golf Course
Nov. 8,2008
Dogfight (Net)
A Flight: 1. Ross Ritter (67),
2. Tony Williams (68), 3. (tie) Jim
Morris and Scott Stevens (69).
B Flight: 1. (tie) Paul Durant
and Mick Densel (66), 3. Dale Nel-
son (67).

Nov. 9,2008
Points
A Flight: 1. Nikita Wilson (+9),
2. (tie) Clent Hollinger and Ken
Neal (+8).
B Flight: 1. (tie) Ken Marshall
and George Valdespino (+10), 3.
(tie) Charles Beard and Ed Taylor
(+7)

Stonebrook Ladies Golf
Association
Stonebrook Golf Club
Nov. 11,2008
Flag Tournament
First Flight Gross: 1. Melanie
Duvall, 2. Sharon Reiser, 3. Dean
Williams.
First Flight Net: 1. Francis Wil-
liams, 2. Pauline Scruggs, 3. Carol
Mansfield.
Chip-ins: Pat Goodlife No. 2,
Glenda Daniels No. 1, Melaine Du-
vall No. 3, and Nancy Welch No.
13.
Birdies: Pat Goodlife No. 2,
Melanie Duvall No. 17, and Nancy
Welch No. 13.

Tanglewood Ladies
Golf Association
Tanglewood Country Club
Nov. 6, 2008
Game Low Net
1. Bobbi Utt
2. Nancy Welch
3. (tie) Sue Doyle and Dot Col-
lins
Chip-ins: Sue Gibson and Ev-
elyn Milbrath

Tanglewood Ladies Golf
Association Invitational
Results
Tanglewood Country Club
First Flight: (Gross) 1. Williams
and Welch (73), 2. Arnall and Cook
(76)
First Flight (Net) 1. Duvall and
Daniels (60), 2. Nunn and Reiser
(61)
Second Flight (Gross) 1. Shir-
ley and Major (73), 2. Ahearn and
Burns (80)
Second Flight (Net) 1. Belanger
and Goodlife (58), 2. Beard and


Bass (61)
Third Flight (Gross) Hurst and
Schultz (79), 2. Nobles and Pollock
(85)
Third Flight (Net) Utt and Car-
penter (57), 2. Bamping and Dun-
can (58)
Fourth Flight (Gross) 1. Gibson
and Whaley (87), 2. McCosh and
Lang (93)
Fourth Flight (Net) 1. Gullick-
son and McKay (62), 2. Molloy and
Gardner (62)


Gospel Pr
Soccer S
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East League
T Pts.
Talons
11 1
Bullets
6 1
Strikes
6 3
Turbos
5 5
Rockets
10 1
West League
T Pts.
Pilots
3 2
Choppers
5 2
Stallions
6 2
Fighters
9 1
Tankers
9 1


U-8
East League W
T Pts.
Bears
11 1 1
Pacers
7 4 2
Tigers
4 6 3
Falcons
11 1 3
West League W
T Pts.
Bombers
1 0 29
Eagles
4 5 4
Heat


4 5
Sharks
1 12


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U-10
East League W
T Pts.
Steelers
0 0 22
Broncos
2 0 17
Chargers


Monday, November 17, 2008
1:30 AM 2.34 Feet
6:16 AM Soun rise
10:53 AM Moon set
1:59 PM 0.64 Feet
4:50 PM Sun set
9:34 PM Moon rise

Tuesday, November 18, 2008
2:27 AM 2.13 Feet
6:16 AM Sun rise
11:34 AM Moon set
2:42 PM -0.45 Feet
4:49 PM Sun set
10:41 PIM Moon rise

Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2008
3:19AM 1.81 Feet
6:17 AM Sun rise
12:10 PI'M Moon set
3:(16 PM -0.15 Feet
3:47 I'M Third Quarter
4:49 PM Sun set
I1:44 PM Moon rise


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Turf Pilots
9 0
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T Pts.
Argos
5 3
Twisters
2 1
Raiders
4 4
Patriots
2 7


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landings T Pts.
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Stingers
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Tarpons
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6 lier 202
0 High Game Team: Pin Action
0 -662
W L High Series Men: Chung Rigby
-567
High Series Women: Brenda
1 14 Gilley 510
5 High Series Team: Pin Action
12 -1866
Overall League Standings:
0 9 1. Celebration 29-11, 2. Strike
Force 23-17, 3. Bowl and A Prayer
0 4 22.5-17.5, 4. Jags 20-20, 5. Pins of
Plenty 18-22, 6. Pin Action 17-23, 7.
13 Straight Shooters 16-24, 8. Collins
W L Driving Academy 14.5-25.5.


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Oops Alley
7 Nov. 3, 2008
High Game Men:
5 Thompson 257
High Game Women:
4 Gibbs -181
High Game
2 D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 760
High Series Men:
2 Thompson 706
High Series Women: Sa
ell 508
High Series Team
L Knowledge=Tot Destru
2220
Overall League St
S1. Damn 10 Pin 27-9,
29 Knowledge=Tot Des
19 24.56-11.5, 3. Lightning
22-14, 4. We Wuz Robbed
SStrike Force 3 21-15, 6. I
13 cruits 20-16, 7. Can't Figu
1 18-18, 8. Pin Action 18-18
L Bunch 17.5-18.5, 10. Ool
Pro Shop 17.5-18.5, 11. E
12 Management 17-19, 12. S1
pens 17-19,13. Pin Crushe
14. Incredibles 17-19, 15.1
15 Victory 16.5-19.5,16. Super
4 16-20,17. D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S.
The Legion of the Doom
19. A-Team 14-22, 10. Dav
2 8-28.


Tuesday Night In
Church League Mi
Oops Alley
Nov. 4, 2008
High Game Men: Chut
-212
High Game Women: S


Monday, November 17. 2008
12:46 AM 1.95 Feet Monday, November 17. 2008
6:17 AM Sun rise 2:26 AM 2.34 Fect
10:54 AM Moon set 6:16 AM Sun rise
12:42 PM -0.53 Feel 10:53 AM Moonsect
4:51 PM Sun set 2:29 PM -0.64 Feet
9:35 PM Moon rise 4:50 PM Sun set
9:34 PM Moon rise


Tuesday, November 18, 2008
1:43 AM 1.78 Feet
6:18 AM Sun rise
11:36 AM Moon set
1:25 PM -0.38 Feet
4:50 PM Sun set
10:42 PM Moon rise

Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2008
2:35 AM 1.51 Feet
6:18 AM Sun rise
12:11 PM Moon set
1:49 PM -0.13 Feet
3:47 PM Third Quarter
4:50 PM Stiun set
11:45 PM Moon rise


Tuesday. November 18, 2008
3:23 AM 2.13 Feet
6:17 AM Sun rise
11:35 AM Moon set
3:12 PM -0.45 Feet
4:49 PM Sun set
10:41 PM Moon rise

Wednesday. Nov. 19. 2008
4:15 AM 1.81 Feetl
6:18 AM Sun rise
12:11 I'PM Moon set
3:36 PIM -0.15 Feetl
3:47 PM Third Quarter
4:49 PM Sun set
I 1:44 PM Moon rise


10 Alley Cats
Oops Alley
21 Oct. 15, 2008
6 High Scratch Game: Terrie
Hicks 185
4 High Scratch Series: Terrie
Hicks 478
2 High Scratch Team: Young and
Restless Cats 455
1 High Handicapped Game: Ei-
leen Dedcovich 244
High Handicapped Series: Mi-
xed chelle Wells 671
High Handicapped Team:
Young and Restless Cats 1901
Overall League Standings: 1.
Danny Dynamo Cats 22.5-13.5, 2. Pink
Pussy Cats 22-14, 3. Young and
Jennifer Restless Cats 19-17, 4. Last Min-
ute Cats 17.5-18.5, 5. Back Alley
Team: Cats 16-20, 6. Blue Eyed Cats 11-
25.
Danny League Notes: The Alley Cats
Ladies were the top donator to
am How- the 2nd Annual Greater Pensacola
United States Bowling Congress
: With Association Bowl for the Cure held
action at Oops Alley on Oct. 26. The Alley
Cats raised over $400 going to the
andings: Susan G. Komen Foundation.
2. With
struction Thursday Senior Mixed
Strikes
22-14, 5. Oops Alley
New Re- Nov. 6, 2008
re it Out High Game Men: Michael
8, 9. FUn Hamada and Bob Veit 246
ps Alley High Game Women: Fran Gor-
landicap don 205
plit Hap- High Game Team: H.T.H.PS.
ers 17-19, 658
Flawless High Series Men: Bob Veit 612
r Friends High Series Women: Fran Gor-
15.5-20.5, don 545
14.5-21.5, High Series Team: No Names-
e's Gang 2134
Overall League Standings: 1.
H.T.H.PS. 26.5-13.5, 2. High Hopes
24.5-15.5,3. No Names 21-19, 4. The
ter Maniacs 18-22, 5. The Winners 15-
xed 25, 6. The Rascals 15-25.
League Notes: We will be add-
ing more teams for the second
half, which will start Jan. 8. It
rng Rigby costs only $8 per week and so
much fun. For more information,
taci Col- call 623-6807.


Monday. November 17. 2008
2:26 AM 2.34 Feet
6:16 AM Sun rise
10:53 AM Moon set
2:29 PM -0.64 Feet
4:50 PM Sun set
9:34 PM Moon rise

Tuesday. November 18. 2008
3:23 AM 2.13 Feet
6:17 AM Sun rise
11:35 AM Moon set
3:12 PM -0.45 Feet
4:49 PM Sun set
10:41 PM Moon rise

Wednesday. Nov. 19. 2008
4:15 AM 1.81 Feet
6:18 AM Sun rise
12:11 IPM Moon set
3:3 6 PI'M -0.15 Feet
3:47 PIM Third Quarter
4:49 PI'M Sun set
11:44 PI' Moon rise


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Jay holds its first World Run Day event


Special to the Press Gazette

The first World Run Day
was held in Jay on Sunday
November 9th. Eighteen
runners/walkers from the
Jay area joined in the 10th
Edition of the World Day
Run. Over 1500 runners col-
lectively ran over 8,000 miles
and pledged over $50,000 to
over 500 different charities.
The Jay group ran three
miles and pledged their
money to a needy family in
Jay for Christmas.
The World Run Day event
asks runners to celebrate
the sport of running in their
own unique fashion. Wheth-
er it's creating a loosely
measured 5k in 90 degree
weather, running in a com-
petitive race on event day,
or just hitting the treadmill


in sub-zero weather it's all
about fitness, fun, and char-
ity. Nearly 20 organizers of
small creative groups have
prepared for the event, along
with families and individual
runners from Anchorage to
San Diego. Runners donate
directly to their own favorite
charity.
Whether on their roads,
trails, beaches, or tread-
mills, every runner can par-
ticipate. All runners who
registered for the event
prior to midnight November
9th were rewarded with a
colorful WorldRun Day 2008
t-shirt..
A list of runners and their
starting points are posted
on runday.com along with
pledge miles and pledge dol-
lars. Stories and results will
be provided directly by event
directors, families, and in-


spired runners immediately
following the event.
Since its inception in
1999, more than 1000 sepa-
rate charities have benefited
from the World Run Day
event. Each year, in addition
to promoting the health ben-
efits of running, it provides a
venue for runners to donate
any amount to their favorite
charity. USA Runners regis-
tered on-line for the event.
For more information
about World Run Day please
browse www.runday.com
or contact Bill McDermott
at 516 208-7030 or mail run-
day2008@yahoo.com. Also,
if you are interested in run-
ning/walking, please join the
Kooter Brown's Running/
Walking Club every Monday
night at 5:45 p.m. in front of
Kooter Brown's Sports Grille
in Jay.


Cortland Finnegan


launches Web site


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
SUN CHIEF: Former Milton Panther Terrance Mitchell returned to Pensacola Wednsday when he and
the Sun Chiefs of Faulkner State University played the PJC Pirates. Despite Mitchell's game high
14 points, the Pirates lost 77-52.






tSun Chic



Terrance Mitchell to former hunting grounds


Special to the Press Gazette

Former Milton football
standout Cortland Finnegan
is proud to announce the
launch of his new web-
site, CortlandFinnegan.
info. Cortlands new website
will keep fans, family, friends
and school mates up to date
regarding his progress in the
NFL and involvement in the
community.
The third year standout
with the Tennessee Titans
website will feature infor-
mation regarding
events that
he will be 4
sponsor-
ing, such
as, sports
camps for
kids, char-
ity fund-
raisers, fjij


community outreach pro-
grams, career guidance,
educational assistance
programs and more. The
site will also feature an inter-
active portal where fans can
communicate with him di-
rectly via email.
"We here at Flying Col-
ors Sports, are extremely
proud of Cortland and his
accomplishments. Giving
back to the community has
always been one of Cort-
lands primary goals. We
look forward to working
with him to inspire kids,
in Tennessee, Alabama
and Florida achieve
to their fullest poten-
tial," said Flying Colors
SSports Executive Vice
President, Gregory
Benton.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srprcssgazette.com

PENSACOLA For former Panther Terrance
Mitchell Wednesday night was bittersweet.
No we are not taking about getting a bad piece
of chocolate, but the fact Mitchell experienced the
third defeat of his college career against a school
that recruited him.
The 2007 Milton grad is just one of three sopho-
mores on a very young Faulkner State team that is
taking some early lumps as they are now 2-3 on the
year after Wednesday's 72-55 loss in Pensacola.
Mitchell, who formed a very potent duo with
current Florida Gator Adam Allen in high school,
decided to choose Faulkner State over Pensacola
Junior College.
He is happy with his decision, but not the 0-3
record against the Pirates.
"Tonight was a great experience for me," said
the 6-3,200-pound forward. "I chose Faulkner over
PJC and I know guys on the team so this game is a
little bigger to me than some others.
"I think it is a little more competitive because
we do know each other."
Despite their familiarity, the Pirates could not
shut Mitchell down despite the constant double
teaming and banging in the paint as he scored a
game high 14 points and grabbed five rebounds.
But even bigger was the fact he led the Sun
Chiefs (2-3) in steals on the night with two.
"Terrance is doing well this year," said
Faulkner State Head Coach and Athletic Director
Jack Robertson. "We are a very young team and
he is only one of three sophomores we have and
the upper classmen feel like they have to carry
the team.
"As the freshman gain some game experience I
think it will be better for Terrance and everyone as
the season progresses."


The anticipation probably started much ear-
lier than the drive from Bay Minette for Mitchell,
but he started really getting excited about the trip
east.
"I was talking to the guys and telling them
things on the drive over," smiled Mitchell. "It is re-
ally special to be here knowing guys on the other
team and having fans cheering for not just me, but
the entire team."
Nothing has changed about Mitchell when you
approach him.
He is still the same quiet and focused young
man except for the different hairstyle.
"Me and the rest of the sophomores have to
lead by example," said Mitchell. "I don't want to be
selfish, but we need to try and get them at home
later this year."
While Mitchell looked down as his ultra com-
petitive nature hates any defeat, his familiar smile
lit up the gym at PJC as former Milton head coach
called out Mitchell's first name.
"It is wonderful to know you have the support
of your high school coach," said Mitchell. "It was
great to see Coach Short, Coach Bentley and the
others come out to see me and watch me play."
While Mitchell is finishing up his second year
at Faulkner, where he is seeing major minutes, the
future is still up in the air.
"I don't want to talk about that right now," said
Mitchell when it came to what offers are coming
his way. "I had a chance to play Division I out of
high school, but the junior college route has been
very good to me.
"This has helped me get a chance to see what
college is like and now I hope I get the chance to
play for a Division-I or Division-II school. But a lot
of great athletes go the junior college route."
Mitchell might not tell you, but he could be hop-
ing Santa will give him an early Christmas pres-
ent on Dec.2 when the Pirates visit Bay Minette at
7p.m.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.coin

Soccer season is of-
ficially underway and for
Pace the girls side is off to
a strong start.
The Lady Pats improved
to 2-0 on the season with
an 8-0 win over Escambia
High as they notched their
first district win of the sea-
son.
Pace was led by Candice
Mears, who notched her
first hat trick of the season
while Rylee Hart added two
goals and two assists for
Pace.
Jessica Oram also
scored a goal and was cred-
ited with three assists.
Also scoring goals for
Pace were Loren Moran
and Alex Pickrell.
Mel Hutto was credited
with the shutout.
Results from Thursday's
game at Niceville were not
available at press time.
On the boys side Pace
hosted Niceville on Wednes-
day night and lost to the


visiting Eagles 2-1.
Pace's only goal of the
night came off the foot of
Kevin Vanlandingham,
while Chris Edmonds fin-
ished the night with six
saves and Chase Austin
added four more.
Niceville got their two
goals from Reed White and
Evan Wright.
In basketball action,
Jay defeated Northview in
the Central Tip-Off Tour-
nament at Central High
School 41-34.
The Lady Royals were
led in scoring by Amber
Stedham's 14 points, while
Tessa Hendricks poured in
10 herself.
Jay jumped out to an
early nine-point lead by the
end of the first quarter 14-5
and extended that advan-
tage to 16 by intermission,
25-9.
The Lady Chiefs made
a small run in the third
quarter, but Jay put the
game away by outscoring
Northview 16-11 in the final
quarter.


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NATIVE MUSIC: Arts and crafts vendors are a very big part
of the Santa Rosa Creek Indian Tribe Pow Wow in Historic
Floridatown Park where items like this flute being played
by a young girl can be found. At right, Rocky Weber
displays one of the traditional dances at a previous Pow
Wow held by the Santa Rosa Creek Indian Tribe at Flori-
datown Park.


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NATIVE


NOW YOU'RE COOKING: One of the most
popular foods at the pow wow is the
frybread. Below, Carol Enfinger is one
of the traditional dancers who will be
performing at this year's Santa Rosa Creek
Indian Tribe Pow Wow Nov. 22-23 at the
Historic Floridatown Park.


Floridatown to host
Indian Day Celebration
and Pow Wow this month

By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgizettc.com

November is Native American
Month, and to celebrate the occa-
sion, the Santa Rosa Creek Indian
Tribe will be holding its 18th-an-
nual Indian Day Celebration and
Pow Wow on Nov. 22-23.
The plight of the Creek Indian
tribe dates back to just after the
War of 1812 when then President
Andrew Jackson forced the Creek
Indians to cede all lands because
they did not "cut (Tecumseh's)
throat" when they had the oppor-
tunity.
Jackson's action led to the
Treaty of Ghent being ignored,
which restored sovereignty to the
Indians and their nations.


His actions were explained as
a cost for prosecuting the war as
Jackson took 23 million acres of
land for that action.
Despite this, roughly 20,000
Creek Indians remained in this
area as the government looked to
offer the Indians money to move
westward or property in individual
allotments under the agreement
they would follow state rule.
Unfortunately, land specula-
tors and squatters defrauded the
Creek Indians, who were normal-
ly very peaceful, to revolt leading
to the Creek War of 1836.
That is when U.S. Secretary of
War Lewis Cass dispatched Gen.
Winfield Scott to force the Creek
Indians west of the Mississippi
River into what was referred to as
Indian Territory.
Despite the efforts, some re-
mained in the area, and now,
groups like the Santa Rosa Creek
Indian Tribe celebrate their heri-
tage with events such as this one
at the historic Floridatown Park.
This year's pow wow will fea-
ture Civil War re-enactors, spirit
warrior dancers, native/tradi-
tional dancers, arts crafts, food,
Native American story telling and
heritage displays.
Hours for the festival will be 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 22 and noon to
5 p.m. Nov. 23.
For more information on the
Santa Rosa Creek Indian Tribe or
the 18th-annual Indian Day Cel-
ebration, contact Lloyd Hinote at
the Pace Area Chamber of Com-
merce at 994-9633.


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JINGLE ALL THE'WAY: Jingle dancers earned their name
from the ornateness of their outfits, which jingle as
they dance if you listen close enough. Below, another
traditional dance is the Oklahoma Two Step.


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dancers are those who drum and keep things moving in the circle where the native dancers
and traditional dancers put on their exhibition.


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Saturday, November 15, 2008


Community


News BRIEFS


SRCRE meeting
is Monday
The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators will meet
Monday, November 17 at
10:00 a.m. on the campus


of Locklin Technical Cen-
ter in the Russell Building.
The program will be given
by Cathy Purdon and Angice
Brown of the Santa Rosa Ed-
ucational Foundation. There
will also be a food drive to


Retail Display
is Monday, Nov. 24th at noon
Our office will be closed for Thanksgiving Day


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FINE JEWELRY AND GIFTS

State-of-the-art
Engraving Services


help those in need. Every-
one is asked to bring canned
food for this project.

Blackwater Heritage
Christmas Home Tour
The Bagdad Village
Preservation Association
presents the annual Black-
water Heritage Christmas
Home Tour, sponsored by
McCombs Electric, on Sat-
urday, December 6th. This
year patrons can choose
between a 1 p.m. Afternoon
Tour and a 5 p.m. Evening
Tour. "Those Were The
Days" is the theme for this
year's tour. Step back in time
and kick off the holidays by
exploring the beautifully
decorated homes in Milton
and the historic village of
Bagdad. Each tour begins
with registration at Bagdad
Elementary. Guests will be
greeted by amateur histo-
rians, in period costumes,
ready to take them on a
journey through the homes
history. Advance tickets are
$20 ($25 day of event), $10
children 12 and under, and
are available at the Bagdad
Village Museum, the Copper
Possum, Santa Rosa Cham-
ber of Commerce, Gent' For-
mal Wear in Pace and at the
Navarre Chamber of Com-
merce. The tickets include a


meal of homemade soup and
salad and live music. For
more information, contact
Robyn Baker at 850/554-4669
or Pat D'Asaro at 850/623-
8493. If you are interested
in the Bagdad Village Pres-
ervation Association, visit
their website at www.bagda-
dvillage.org.

Minimally Invasive
Hysterectomy
Join Michael J. Coyle,
D.O., FACOOG, fora seminar
on Minimally Invasive Hys-
terectomy, a surgery that is
performed laparoscopically.
As one of the first gynecolo-
gists in the Panhandle to
perform this surgery several
years ago, Dr. Coyle will dis-
cuss the procedure and its
benefits including a shorter
hospital stay, less pain and
faster recovery period.
"The procedure is the
least painful and debilitat-
ing of the hysterectomy op-
tions," Dr. Coyle said. "With
Minimally Invasive Hyster-
ectomy, we can help women
get back to their daily rou-
tines much quicker, and be-
cause of that, we are seeing
more patients scheduling
their surgeries rather than
putting them off." Dr. Coyle
is an Urogynecologist that
specializes in the treatment


of Urinary Incontinence,
Pelvic Reconstructive Sur-
gery, and Minimally Invasive
Surgery. For more informa-
tion or to register, please
call Aleta Hoodless at 850-
626-5113. Tuesday, Novem-
ber 18th, 7:00 p.m. Locklin
Education Center.

Early Learning
Coalition meetings
The Early Learning Co-
alition of Santa Rosa Coun-
ty will hold its bi-monthly
board meeting on Thursday,
November 20, in the confer-
ence room of the Coalition
Office, 6555 Caroline Street,
Milton (located in the back
of the parking lot between
Dominos Pizza and Papa
Johns Pizza). The Executive
Committee will meet at 9
a.m. followed by the Finance
Committee at 9:30 a.m. The
full Board will meet at 10
a.m. All meetings are open
to the public. For additional
information, call Jackie at
850/983-5335.

MHS Class of
'69 reunion
The Milton High School
Class of 1969 is seeking for
classmates for a 40-Year
Class Reunion. Call Pat
Green at 626-5636 or Jo Ann


Owens at 994-2110 for more
information.

Charity Sale is today
The Santa Rosa Missions
Team will have a yard sale,
fish fry and car wash all
at one location, the Milton
First Assembly of God, 6163
Dogwood Drive today, begin-
ning at 8 a.m. Come on out
and enjoy the day!

Veterans Underage
Military Service
VUMS will meet at VFW
Post 4833, on Wednesday,
Nov. 19th, located at 5918
Carol Road in Milton. Guest
speaker will be National
Commander Dr. Bernard J.
Doyle, of San Antonio, Texas.
All military veterans are
welcome to attend the meet-
ing, which will begin at 10
a.m. Following the meeting,
a light lunch will be avail-
able. "It is an honor to have
our commander visit with us
and talk about all the men
and women who entered the
military underage in order
to serve our country, mostly
during World War II," says
Al Brandon, VFW member.
Points of contact for the
meeting are Bob Daniels at
623-4833 or 623-3800 and Al
Brandon at 456-8789.


Region BRIEFS


PARKER
Fire sparks rumors of
business' closure


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Come in and transform
your keepsakes today!

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(850) 994-4581
www.mlrfinejewelryandgifts.com


Randy Wright said the
largest commercial fire in
Bay County has slowed his
business, but he still is in
operation, a fact many do not
realize.
"It is amazing ... the
number of people who've
called and think we are out of
business," said Wright, owner
and operator of Gulf Coast
Tree Specialist at 4542 U.S.
Business 98.


On Sept. 30. Wright's
18,000-square-foot warehouse
burned to the ground. Wright
said he lost several bobcats,
forklifts and other machinery
in the fire, but his bucket truck
and chipper were out at a job
site and remain intact.
Wright said he employs
eight workers and would like
to keep them. but 60 percent
of his contracts are residential,
and business has slowed
because many believe they are
shut down.
"I've got a good crew that
I'd like to keep," Wright said.
"I don't want to add to the
unemployment rate of Bay
County."

PANAMA CITY
Woman reports
possible mail scam
A woman contacted the
Bay County Sheriff's Office
on Tuesday to report a
possible mail scam.
The woman told
authorities she received a
check in the mail for $3,970
from Maker's Co. Inc., and
it was attached to a letter
that told her how to cash
the check, according to the
Sheriff's Office. The letter
requested she transfer
the majority of the money
to another account via a
Western Union transaction.
The letter said the
woman could keep most of
the money as long as she
agreed to participate in a
"mystery shopper program"
and complete the Western
Union transaction.
The investigation is
continuing, authorities said.


CHIPLEY
High school students
to perform next week
"Music, Music, Music"
is what the Chipley High
School Music Theater
Department will be serving
at 7 p.m. Nov. 20-22 at the
school auditorium.
Kyndall Whitson is
playing the parts of Lucille
Ball and Carol Brady. Kristi
Hinson is directing.
Tickets are available at
the door for $7.
Call (850) 638-6100 for
more information.

WAUSAU
Circus coming Thursday
to the Possum Palace
The Loomis Brothers
Circus is coming to the
Wausau Possum Palace on
Thursday.
Show times are 5 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. Advance tickets
are available for $10 at Town
Hall. Tickets are $12 at the
gate. Children 12 and under
get in free with a paying adult.
For more information,
contact Margaret at (850)
638-1781.

SANTA ROSA BEACH
Two area resorts among
top 50 for tennis
Two South Walton
County resorts are included
among Tennis Magazine's
biennial list of the top 50
destinations for tennis in
the United States.
Sandestin Golf and


Beach Resort and Tops'1
Beach and Racquet Resort
made the list published this
month.
According to the
magazine's Web site,
criteria used to evaluate
tennis resorts included
the number of courts and
the quality of instruction,
clinics and game-matching.
along with dining,
spas, lodging and other
diversions.

Canine C(arnival is
Saturday at Gulf Place
The Canine Carnival is
set for Saturday at Gulf
Place, corner of U.S. 98 and
County 30A. This year's
event will benefit Alaqua
Animal Refuge in Walton
County.
Hours are 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. and include
blessing of the animals,
obedience workshops,
photos, demonstrations
and competitions. Byron
Chism, creator of Bad
Byron's Butt Rub and
a national barbecue
champion, will be cooking
at the grill.
The public is invited to
bring their dogs.

CRESTVIEW
COPE Center extending
Okaloosa services
COPE Center is
expanding its specialized
substance abuse services to
northern Okaloosa County.
For more information
about COPE Center, visit
www.copecenter.org.


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Congratulations to& lMrs. Lott Frip-son, Spanisk teacher and voU&ybdtu oCA
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Nov. 15 Drama Fa oPlay
Nov. 17 Boj's BasketballParent
meting in G-2 at 7 p.m.
Nov. 21 Turkey Bowl -
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Nov. 22 Drama Club yard sale at
MI4 bus ramp
Girl's Basketball bagging
qgroeries at WlYiM DCxie
from 12-8
Nov. 24-28 Fall, Break


Last year Mditor 44tigk Sd&oots NJROTC adoptedL the Miton
Cemetery located Berry kilTLRd. NOV 1st 57 Cadets from
Miltom wo qe up early tht Saoturdo mo"t&ning to do tkeir sekedued&
cean-up. Mr. hi ] Redsoe te Ckarinnman f& Miltos Cemetery
Board served up a kot nimck foi every eadet. It was a rewarding
event and fo a wottky cause.
PaO c/PO1 Meina Greer


MILTON 44IGH SCHOOL
BOlS SOCCER& SCHEDULE 2008-08


November 14 Frt GulfBreeze*
November 15 Sot Soutk Waoton
November 17 Mon Navorre
November 18 Tue Soutk Walton
November 20 Tk West F iotid TeWk9
December 1 Mon Pos?
December 4 Tk Pensacola 44igk*
December 9 Tue Waskngtott
December 11 Tk Nvarre*
December 15 Mon 'Puine Forest
December 19 Frt Poee
January 5 Mon Eseambiab
Janumgy G Tue West F6ordo. Teek*
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January 13 Tue Waskington"
Januwry 15 Tk GuafBreeze
January 16 Fri. Escombia
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Rome 5:30/7:30
l4ore 5:30/7:30
4o4me 5:30/7:30
away 5:30/7:30
Iome 6:00 (Varsaity only)
away 5:30/7:30
4oime 5:30/7:30
4ome 5:30/7:30
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MILTON 4IGH SCHOOL


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The Stewat Street Campus Wistory


JonRussell 1852-1959
Jo ,9outnwe L 1958-19G4
Jo6D.Pet 4 19G4-19GG
Jtm Cook 1968-1985
Rag W.W44tds 1985-1999
Lewis Lyru 1888-2007
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Footbnl oaoehes
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PhI Woodoal 1955-196880
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Louitsoft 1966-1968
HJ4aty Manning 1988-1989
JodeWilliams 1888-1991
OatMoAdison 1891-2000
Mike McMidion 2000-
BanLDiretors
S. Frederik Wotman 1953-195S
GeeoRgattq 195G-1958
Jo64't4.Ckalku 1958-1975
RBudBell 1875-1994
Gray -Wev 1994-
Basketbai Coaekes
Jamoes 'oseu 1953-1967
Geoge Norton 1967-1972
Jona Uotrelms 1872-19893
Tonj MaDonmld 1983-1984
Jon alie 4elms 1984 -1881
Munrrquttedge 1991-2000
Tim Skort 2000-2007
TafentlEk 2007-
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JamesRosser 1853-1855
c. a. "JoeoW" Norton 1855-1979
44arrg 4owthotne 1879-1980
Dann Rutkes 1980-1994
JokiJ hxawfkins 1884-2002
Brian Moots 2002-2003
Brian owedl 2003-2007
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Numbers for MHS
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Main Office: 983-5600;
Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618;
Attendance :983-5608;
Attendance Ans. Machine-983-5658;
Band: 983-5611
Football: 983-5606;
Chorus:983-5613;
M. Rutledge: 983-5616;
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
or visit us at www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/mhs/


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Saturday, November 15, 2008


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Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
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Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 3 p.m.
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Nov. 16 Nov. 15 Nov. 14 Season
Miami Miami Phoenix Champion
Ford Ford Ford Justin
400 300 200 Allgoaier

DEI & Ganassi Racing

to merge next season


Teresa Earnhardt and
Chip Ganassi will combine
their slumping race teams
next season in an effort to
stabilize their organizations
in a tough economic time.
The combined team will
be called Earnhardt Ganassi
Racing. Martin Truex Jr. and
Juan Montoya will drive the
Nos. I and 42 and Aric
Almirola will be behind the
wheel of the No. 8. The driv-
er of the No. 41 has not been
named.
Both organizations have
struggled to secure sponsor-
ship this season, forcing the
teams to pool resources.
"In this ultra-competitive
era of NASCAR, it is neces-
sary to build and sustain the
strongest team possible and
our combining with the peo-
ple and equipment at Dale
Earnhardt Inc. will help cre-
ate a strong four-car pro-
gram for years to come,"
Chip Ganassi said in a state-
ment released by the team.
"This is a win-win for both


Sunset


Beach


NASCAR season finale is Sunday in Miami


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.comni

The heat in Miami this
weekend will not come from
the basketball court, but
from Homestead-Miami
Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson only
needs to finish 36th out of
the 43 car field on Sunday to
clinch his third consecutive
Sprint Cup Series
Championship and equal the
mark set 20 years ago by
Cale Yarborough.
The two-time defending
series champion can finish as
worse as 39th and lead the
most laps to win the title, but
the other half of the equation
is Carl Edwards would have
to win the race and lead the
most laps.
This is not likely since
Johnson is coming off a race
wlher he led the most laps


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Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images
NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France speaks
. wit the. -ln -1 A .-n -.


organizations as wel as al M with the media prior to the Checker O'Reilly Auto Parts
organizations and had an average running wl i
and ad a avragerunnng 00 a meda pior to the Checker O~il uoIat
of our partners." position of 1.5 overall. 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Truex M an Alirol w oi no .5oeal
Truex and Almirola will With this scenario in for the sport or NASCAR France, who would like it to
come from Dale Earnhardt place, it does not bode well Chairman and CEO Brian be a little tighter racing for
Inc.; only Truex's car has
full sponsorship for next
season.
Montoya has half a sea-
son of sponsorship, and
Ganassi's flagship No. 41 0 y M
car has full sponsorship.C
DEI fields Chevrolets.
and Ganassi has a DodgeS ica d on t
contract. Details of a manu-
facturer switch still are A alleCoi P
being worked out as the Available from Commercial News Providers,
team is expected to use
General Motors.
DEL is losing the
Menard's sponsorship on its
No. 15 Chevrolet. Driver
Paul Menard is leaving the _ ___
organization to drive a third
car for Yates Racing in 2009.
Ganassi shuttled the No. a r
40 Dodge of Dario
Franchitti earlier this year,
and longtime driver Reed
Sorenson is leaving the No.
41 to drive for Gillett
Evernham Racing next year.


Red Bull make a switch


Red Bull Racing,
announced its No. 83 and No.
84 drivers will swap cars for
this weekend's Sprint Cup
Series season finale at
Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Brian Vickers, who's normally
behind the wheel of the No. 83
Red Bull Toyota, will pilot
Scott Speed's No. 84, and
Speed will pilot the No. 83.
"We already have two tal-
ented drivers under our roof,
so we chose to switch drivers


On the

Bubble
Driver: Marcos Ambrose
Owner: Ron Kauffman
Points: 2,655
Points out of 34th: 30
Points ahead of 36th: 17
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Robby Gordon
35 Rob Kauffman
36 Dietrich Mateschiltz
37 Roger Penske
38 Georae Gillett


for one race and change the
momentum for this team,"
said Jay Frye, Red Bull
Racing vice president and
general manager.
The No. 84 Toyota is 36th
in owner points, 17 points
behind the No. 47 Toyota cur-
rently piloted by Marcos
Ambrose. The top 35 in owner
points are guaranteed a start-
ing spot in this week's season
finale at Homestead and in the
first five races of 2009.


Marcos Ambrose


Driver
Scott Riggs
Robby Gordon
Marcos Ambrose
Scott Speed
Sam Hornish, Jr.
AT. Allmendinaer


Points
2,765
2,685
2,655
2,638
2,554
2.495


CUP LERIES


After Checkers 500
Driver
1. Jimmie Johnson
2. Carl Edwards
3. Greg Biffle
4. Jeff Burton
5. Kevin Harvick
6. Clint Bowyer
7. Jeff Gordon
8. Matt Kenseth
9. Denny Hamlin


Behind
Leader
-141
-203
-269
-328
-335
-410
-470
-471


10. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. -474


( Nationwide


After Hefty Odor Block 200


Driver
1. Clint Bowyer
2. Carl Edwards
3. Brad Keselowski
4. David Ragan
5. Mike Bliss
6. Kyle Busch
7. David Reutimann
8. Mike Wallace
9. Jason Leffler
10. Marcos Ambrose


Behind
Leader
-56
-353
-546
-580
-696
-713
-958
-1051
-1056


After Lucas 150
Driver
1. Johnny Benson
2. Ron Hornaday
3. Todd Bodine
4. Eric Darnell
5. Mike Skinner
6. Matt Crafton
7. Rick Crawford
8. Dennis Setzer
9. Jack Sprague
10. Terry Cook


Behind
Leader
-3
-143
-292
-296
-299
-323
-532
-552
-640


the title.
"I'd love for all 11 drivers
to be within 25 points of
each other, myself, I know
but the reality of it is, that's
sports," said France. "That is
just the nature of a dominant
performance by Jimmie
Johnson.
"If he weren't so domi-
nant, we might have a differ-
ent discussion, but when it
does they pretty much seper-
ate themselves from the rest
of the field."
France is constantly
watching the nature of the
sport as several teams are
looking at 2009 without
sponsorhip due to the tough
economic decisions.
Could testing become a
thing of the past?
"We are going to have to
react to that quickly because
the budgets are being set for
each team," said France.
"We'll not waste any time on
that and do it pretty quickly."
So what about a shorter
schedule or races?
"We're not considering
either one of those," said
France. "The reduction of
the number of events is not
practical. We have contracts
in place and historically
important events."

Harry How/Getty Images
Jimmie Johnson leads Kurt
Busch during the closing
laps of the Checker
O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 at
Phoenix International
Raceway. Johnson led
217 of the race's 313
laps.


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2008 Final Standings
Driver Behind
1. Justin Allgaier Leader
2. Frank Kimmel -50
3. Matt Carter -85
4. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. -105
5. Scott Speed -110
6. Patrick Sheltra -680
7. John Wes Townley -720
8. Tom Hessert III -805
9. Tyler Malsam -850
10. Ken Butler III -995


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Saturday, November 15, 2008


Classified


Santa Rosa Press Gazette| B5


ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE EMPLOYMENT


4W30
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Legal 10/1229
T F IT T 1



The School Board of Santa Rosa
County, Florida acting through
the Superintendent oa Schools
hereby gives notice of its intent
to enact a School Board Policy
as follows:
1. Summary of the Policy: The
policy addressing the issue of
bullying and harassment with
an intent for all students and
school employees to hoe n
educational setting that is sotae,
secure and free rom harass-
ment and bullying of any kind.
2 Specific Authority Florida
Statu es 1001 41 2) and
1001.4223.
3. Speciic Statutory authority
Florida Statute 1006.41
(2008).
SEstimate of Costs: No addi-
tional costs are anticipated.
5. Preliminary Text. The relimi
nary text of the propose policy
may be obtained without cost
hm the office of the Superin-
tendent of Schools'
6. Public Hearing Notice: Devel-
opment of the proposed policy
is antici ated to be considered
at the School 0"0 -.r'Jn l'rr
meeting on i . 1
2008 anticipated to begin at
1: m in the Board Room at
5 6 Canal Street, Milton, Flor-
ida. An agenda will be availa-
ble seven (7) days in advance
If the Board Meeting date from
te Office of Superintendent of
Schools. Pursuant to the provi-
sions of the Americans with Dis
abilities Act, any person requir-
ing special accommodation to
participate in this hearing is
asked to advise the agency at
least 48 hgurs in advance by
contactinqgthe Board's secretary
at 983 5010. A person may
submit written comments (1 2
copies) about the proposed ac-
tion to the e-anr C-retirr'
later than .- i .. : : : ..
hearingiThe hearing is open to
the pu c.
By John W. Rogers, Superin-
tendent of Schoolsf
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102508
110108
10808
111508
10/1229


OF A PORTION OF SECTION
7, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 28 WEST SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS
PER PLAT AS R PLAT FILED
AND RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK"B PAGE 31 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY.
has been filed against you UN-
KNOWN HEIRS OF CLAUbINE
CAYLOR AND UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CLAUDINE
CAYLORa, and you are required
to serve a jopy of your written
defense, it any to it, on the
Plaintiff s attorney, whose name
and address is ENRICO G
GONZALEZ, PA, 6255 East
Fowler Avenue, Temple Teriae
Flori a 33617, and file t
original with the clerk of the
above-styled Court no later than
30 dnas From the date of the
first publication of this Notice of
Action, otherwise, a udgment
may be entered against you tor
the relief demanded in the Com-
plit rPtifion.
W ITESS % hand and the
seal of said court on October
27 2008.
Mary M. Johnson
Cler of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By. Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
In accordance wihb the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act, per-
sons need ng a special acco m-
modation to participate in this
Hearing should contact the
AD A. Coordinator not later
than seven (71 days prior to the
Eroceeding at the Florida Relay
service at -800-955-8770.
110108
110808
111508
112208
11/1331
Legal 11/1338
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY
CASE NO. 08001471CA
Floqsg Bank, F.S.B.,
Plaintiff
vs.
JASON ROBERTS, et al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION


claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 2i YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The dote of first publication oft
this notice is November 8,
2008f
Attorney for Personal Represent-
ative
/s/KRAMER A LITVAK
ramer A. Lituak
Attorney for Je ry Oer
Florida Bar No. 655821
Litvak Beasley & Wilson, LLP
226 East Government Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502
Telephone- (850) 432-9818
Personal Representative:
/s/JEFFREY OYLER
Jeffrey Oyler
1340 Dewood Avenue
Findchay Ohio 45840
110808
111508
11/1343

Legal 11/1344
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIV9ISON
FILE NO.: 08-CP-286
DIVISION:
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
EDWARD WAYNE MCCURDY,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the estate
of Edward Wayne McCurdy.
File No., 2008--286 is penec.
n the Circuit Co6rt for
Sant Rosa County Florida,


Legal 11/1329 TO: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF Probate Division, he address o
ADRIAN FARREL BROWN which is P.O. Box 472 Milton
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Whose residence is: 5759 FAR Florida 325dr72 The names and
AND FOR SANTA ROSA REL WAY MILTON FL 32571 addresses of the personal repreo
COUNTY, FLORIDA & 124 CARRIER DR(VEPENSA- tentative and the personal
FAMILY LAW DIVISION COLA FL 32506 representative's attorney are set
CASE NO.: C forih below.
57-08-0855-DR-01-DM If alive, and if dead, all parties
Rclaiming interest by, throh All persons are required to file
D5LEY uder oT n i UNKNOWN with the clerk of this court
Pt0or SPOUSE OTF ADRIAN FARREL WITHIN THREE CALENDAR
Petitioner, BROWN and all parties having MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
vs. or claiming to have any right, tI- CATION OF THIS NOTICE all
AtA DAWN e or interest in the property do caims against the estate in the
SARAH DAWN cruibed herein orm an manner prescribed by
QUEBEDEAUX, Section 733.703 of the. Fornda
Respondent. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac Statutes and Rule 5.490 of The
NOTICE OF Ation for Forecloure of Mort- Florida Rules of Probate and
NOTICE OF ACTION gaeg on the tollowing de- Guardianship Procedure,
TO: SARAH DAWN scred pp ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
QUEBEDEAUX LOT 6 BLOCK F ADRIAN NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
Last known address: 714 WOO/S PHASE TWO A EVER BARRED.
B Gap Creek Dr. SUBDIVISION OF A PORTION
S aon Beach, FL O GOVERNMENT LOTS 5 Publication 0of this notice has be-
32548 AND 6 SECTION 23 TOWN- ganan the 8Bh day of Novem-
^,, .n .^Ticcr, L SHIP 1 SOUTH. RAN)GE 28 Let, 2008.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an WEST SOUAHTRA ROSA er, 2008
action has been filed against COUNTY FLORIDA, ACCORD- /s/JOHNL ERNA Ill
you and that you are required N T0O FLAT BOOK G AT JOHN L. JERNIGAN III
to serve a if ancopy of your written PAGE 42 OF THE PUBLIC EC Attorney tor Personal Represent-
defenses if any to it On MI- ORDS OF SAID COUNTY active
chael Gibson, Esquire, Attorney EDWARD WAYNE MCCURDY
Gor Petitioner V whse PA d5 /k/a 5759 FARREL WAY MIL P.O Box 828
0BSO & JARcI PA od5412 TON, FL 32571 Brewton, Alabama 36427
ononway Pace orda 251(867-6222
S 08on or b fore December has been filed against you and lorida Bar No: 0208361
1, 2008th and ile the oina you are required to serve a
with thelerk of this Cout at copy of you written defenses, if sURABEA GOLDEN
the Santa Ran Count Court- any to n Nwobufo DCA BEA GOLDEN
house PO Box 472, iltion, FL n Umena Attorney for Plaintiff Personal Representative for the
32572, before service on whose address is 2901 Stiring Estate of Edward Wayne
Petitioner's attorney or immed Road, Suite 300 Fort L Wu i sonur
1 e'y thetoate r. fyoufaibeerdale, Florida 33312 within 509 Wiison Street
enso, defau i mast y 30 days after the first publica- Brewton, Alabama 36426
lief Ismande.i rtion of this notice, and fIll the
he relf n e gionalwit thte Clerk a this 110808
Petition. Court either before service on 111508
---- my hand and Sel Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-11/103M
WITNESS my hand and Seal ate thereafe;ohe rws eLal1/35 ----
"hs Court on October 28, faur wilh be otherwise a deo Legal 11/1345
of big entered a ainsi t Lgay 1/14
2008. tarltthel demenctidr th
2008. for the relie demand ed in the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
CLERK OF THE COURT complaint. THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL WITNESS my hand and the seal IN AND FOR SANTA
AsDe uhsy ns of this Court this 28 day of Oc OS CIVIL ACTION FLORIDA
As Deaty lerk but,2008 CIL ACTION
A ptober 2008. CASE NO. 0800318CA01
11008MARY M OHNSON VANGUARD BANK AND
111508 As Clerk of the Court TRUST COMPANY,
111508 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Plaintiff,
112 By J.Watkins vs.
II11329 __ As Deputy Clerk
SA y o t n CYNTHIA F NITSCH f/k/a
Legal 11/1331 Acop this notice of Action, CYNTHIA F. OEDING; and
Complaint and Us Pendens GARY E. NITSCH,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF were sent to the defendants and Defendants,
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- address named above
CUIT OF THE STATEFOF In rln --tk the Ameri NOTICE OF SALE
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR n n
SANTA ROSA COUNTY car- .11,.. i-sIn. A, A per- Notice is hereby given that, pur-

aintiaff a eoc uattoaFiaJda ento
GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION sons nelding areasonaeeac ni t Fin Judge ofr
Case No. 08-000860-CA commodation to participate in Foreclosure entered in the
this proceeding should, no later bove-styled cause in the Circuit
WELLPS FARGO FINANCIAL than seven d con- Cout Sna Rs County,





S Y T E F L O R ID A N C e ta c t teg al l / 1 3 4 3C o r t o f a n a C u C n O l o
heirsfdev4ees&gran ee creFloaid
SYSTEM FLORIDAo, oINC. h abile y coordinator t Forida, I will sell the properly
8506230135 685 C 8R0ai situate in Santa Rosa County,
Plaingatiff -o' ni Florida more particulferlhy doe
Plaintiff LINE ST. BOX aTired s below, at public sale, to
vs 32D70. earng imp ret, Y g rist and best bidder for
mpntgc)(TDD) 8009558771 via cash, at the north steps or the
UNKNOWN HEIRS OF CLAU oria Relay System. s ant Rosa Coun y Courthouse
DINE CAYLOR UNKNOWN 6816 Caroline Street Milton
SPOUSE OF CLAUDINE This is an attempt o cl- Florida, at 11.00Ta.m. Central
CAYLOR; GEORGE W. lectamdebt. Anydindog a- Standard Time on the 26 day
CAYLOR- UNKNOWN tion obtained will be used to November ,008
SPOUSE OF GEORGE W for that purpose.
CAYLOR and UNKNOWN Lot 54, Block C, Coun
OCCUPANTS, TENANTS so110808 BreeL Estates Phase o ,
OWNERS, AND OTHER UN- 111508 according to the map or
KNOWN PART)ES, including, if 11/1338 plyt thereo as recorded in
a named defendant is -de-__________ Plot Bk F, Page 0, of
ceased, the personal represent- the Pubdlic Records of
atives, the surviving spuse Legal 11/1343 Santa Rosa County, Flor-
heirs, devisees granoees, credi- ida..
tors, and all other partiesclaim. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ing b, through, under or FOR SANTA ROSA An person caming an interest
aeains that defendant, and all COUNTY FLORIDA in he surplus r om the sale, if
claimants, persons or parties, PROBAE DIVISION any, other Ian the property
natural or corporate, or whose File No.: 57-2008-CP-351 owner, as of the date of lis
exact legal status is unknown, Division: pendens5 mast File a claim
claiming under any of the within 6/ days abt the sale
?bove named or described de. IN RE: ESTATE OF
fendants WITNESS my hand and the
ANTHONY DYLAN OYLER seal of this Court on November
Defendants 3, 2008.
CE OF SUIT PROP- MARY JOHNSON
WAtY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Clerk of Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
TO UNKNOWN HEIRS OF The administration of the estate By J. Watkins
CLAUDINE CAYLOR of Anthonv Dylan Oyler, deo Deputy Clerk
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ceased wlrose date of death
CLAUDINE CAYLOR was February 21, 2008, is 110808
Residence: Unknown pending in the Circuit Court for 111508
Mailing Address: Unknown Snaoa Tosa County Florida 11/1345
Probate Division the address of
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED which is 6865 Caroline Street,
that an action to foreclose a Milton, Florida 32570. The Legal 11/1346
mor gae on the following prop- names and addresses of the
erty in anta Rosa Coun or- personal representative and the NOTIE OF F
Ida:mi Plo, personal representative's ator
NORTH 27 FEET OF LOT 6 any are set fh below.
AND THE SOUTH 46 FEET OF All creditors of the decedent Notice is hereby given that the
LOT 7, BLOCK 2, ARCADIA and urher peronvs havyg claims undersqedcry J Jnhnson
SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION or demands against decedent's chn athe Cncait Court at
estate en mhnum ci cepy of rh's Sant Rosa Coont, Florida, mill
i notice is required to be served ov Noveembrn 2, 12008'o, w
must fileth eir cims with this tewen the ours or 1 00 a m,
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 and 2.00 p m at time North
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF dvor of the Santa Rosa County
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Courthouse 6865 Caroline

OA CPY OF THIS NOTICE ON publioucry 1 and
THEM.to" and
Si 0, personal'prop


- n ~ ii


All other creditors of the dece- ty scitbe ed no SunIa Rosa
dent and other persons having I


County, Florida: service on Plaintiff's attorney or
inr edrr atel thereafter; oirer
Reoi Properny wise a default will be erterd
t r tie relief deo
See Exhibit A . 1. i . i Complaintr or pe
tii ion
Exhibit A
This notice shall be published
ii-nni-' it n pi of the once eac week for two consec
"ii. of Lot 11, utive weeks in fin PressG I
iir Southwest 00110
corner of Lot 11, thence East
S100 fleet to the Southeast car- WITNESS my hand and the seal
n of said lot, thenue North of t i s Court on this 3 day of
along he Eastern boundary of November, 2008,
Lot 10 and 1 1 for an entire dis-
tance of Lot 11 and 15 feet of Mar M. Johnson
Lot 10; thence West and paral Cler of the Court
lel with the Southern boundary CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
of Lot 10 for a distance of By Brandy Norris
106.5 feet thence South a dis As Deputy Clerk
tance of 75 feet to point of be-
ginning; all in Block 58 accord 110808
Ing to map of said Town made 11 1508
bV WJ Ste hens and now on 1/1347
file in the Ofice of the Clerk of _______at ________
the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa Legal 1 1/1348
County, Florida, from June 4,
1855to April 7 1986 LESS & IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
EXCEPT any portion within road THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
righrof way CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
Personal Proprty CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.:
All right, title and interest in 57-2008-CA-001572
and Pa the real property de- DIVISION: A
scribed above toqetier with all
. ..i I. improvements U.S. BANK NATIONAL AS-
A. easements, SOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
rights of way and appurte- FOR THE C-BASS MORT-
nonces; all water, water rights, GAGE LOAN
watercourses and ditch rights ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI-
(including stock in utilities with CATES, SERIES 2006-CB2,
ditch or irrigation rights); and Plainhff,
all other rngihs, royalties, and vs.
profits relating fo the real prop-
erty including without limitation SEAN REED A/K/A SEAN E.
all minerals, oil, gas, geotheri REED, et al
ma1 and similar matters. All Defendanns).
ri title and interest in and to
ao leases of the real property NOTICE OF ACTION
and all rents from the property.
.TO SEAN REED A/K/A
pursuant to the Summary Final SEAN E. REED
Judgment in Foreclosure entered
n a case pendin in said Court LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
the style of which is 6699 Pat Brown Road
Milton, Fl 32570
BANK OF PENSACOLA, Milton, 325
CURRENT ADDRESS UN-
Plaintiff, KNOWN
vs ALLISON A. REED A/K/A
ALLISON ATES REED
TIM SOWELL ROOFING, INC.,
a Florida Corporation LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
TIMOTHY K. SOWEL AMER 6690 Pat Brown Road
ICAN BUILDERS AND CON M lon Fl 32570
TRACTORS SUPPLY COMPANY
d/ba ABC SUPPLY CO INC CURRENT ADDRESS
a reign corporation, and UNKNOWN
JIST-RITE SUPPLY INC a Flo
idacorporat ion, ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY
Defendants THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN
and the docket number of which NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
is 2008 CA 00658 FENDANTIS1 WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
An person cd inan interest OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
io e Idosn t ros mt olei UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
an the Dropt CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
ower tas ot atedleo the l5 SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES
mit il limit GRANTEES 6R OTHER
Ih cer oth cur wth^OCLAIMANTS
days atter the sale.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS UN-
In accordance with the AMERI_ KNOWN
CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT,

persons needing a specoh ac CURRENT ADDRESS UN-
commdatinon to porticipote in KNOWN


el e 'Sm at I Cr C OhTe
this proceeding shovd contact
Sundersigned nt ater than YOU ARE NOTFIED that an ac-
seven days prior to the pro ion to foreclose a mortgage on
ceding to ensure that reasano- the following property in
ble accommodations are avlo- SANTA ROSA County, Florida:
ble.
COMMENCE AT THE
WITNESS my hand and the offi. SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
cial seal of this Honorable Court SECTION 18 TOWNSHIP 2
this 4 day of November, 2008 NORTH, RAIGE 27 WEST
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
MARY M. JOHNSON FLORIDA THENCE RU
Clerk of the Circuit Court NORTH Db DEGREES 04A
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL MINUTES 25 SECONDS
By J. Watkins WEST ALONG THE EAST
Deputy Clerk LINE OF SAID SECTION A
DISTANCE OF 3164.73
JUDSONC BRANDT FEET TO AN INTERSECTION
Florida Ba r No. 0040737 WITH THE NORTHWEST-
Clark, Partingion Hart, Larry, ERLY MAINTENANCE
Bond &Stackose CLAIM OF A COUNTY
Suite 800, 125 West Romana ROAD (40 FOOT MAINTE-
Street NANCE CLAIM); THENCE
P.O. Box 1 3010 RUN SOUTH 23 DEGREES
Pensacola Florida 52 MINUTES 39 SECONDS
32591-3010 WEST A DISTANCE OF
850Q434-9200 1960.52 FEET TO A POINT
T85 432-7340 (fox) IN A CURVE LYING ON
Attorney for Plaintiff SAID NORTHWESTERLY
MAINTENANCE CLAIM OF
110808 A COUNTY ROAD FOR THE
111508 POINT OF BEGINNING-
U11/1346 THENCE RUN SOUTHWEST
EARLY ALONG THE ARC OF
________________ A CURVE TO THE RIGHT A
DISTANCE OF 210.01 FEET.
Legal 11/1347 SAID CURVE HAVING A
RADIUS OF 5513.05 FEET
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF A CENTRAL ANGLEOF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- DEGREES 10 MINUTES 57
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA SECONDS, ACHORD OF
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA 210.00 FEET, AND A
CIVIL ACTION CHORD BEAR NG OF
CASE NO.- SOUTH 35 DEGREES 08
57-2008-CA-001321 MINUTES 39 SECONDS
DIVISION: A WEST; THENCE DEPART
SAID NORTHWESTERLY
CHASE HOME FINANCE, MAINTENANCE CLAIM
LLC T R FE AND RUN NORTH 54 DE-
Plaintiff, GREES 51 MINUTES 20
TEAB E SECONDS WEST A DIS-
VS. TANCE OF 210.00 FEET-
THENCE RUN NORTH 3T
STEVE WHITE, et al, DEGREES 08 MINUTES 37
Defendantss. SECONDS EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 210.00 FEET-
NOTICE OF ACTION THENCE RUN SOUTH 54
DEGREES 51 MINUTES 22
TO- STEVE WHITE SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 210.00 FEET
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS. TO THE POINT OF BEGINN-
2667 S 30t1 Avenue ING.
Milton, Fl 32583 has been filed against you and
CURRENT ADDRESS. UN- you orp required to serve a
KNOWN cpy at your written defenses
wi in 30 days matter thy first
LOUISE WHITE ublica1lon, it an, non Florida
Detaulf Law Group PFL
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad'
2667 S 30th Avenue dress is 91 19 Cororate Lake
Milton, Fl 325830000 F -. 300. Pmpa, Plan
l -l and hfle the original
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- .11. nit non either before
KNOWN service oanPlaintiff's attorney or
immediately thernafter; a ier-
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN wise a default will be entered
PARTIES CLAIMING BY against you for the relief de-
THROUGH, UNDER, AND manded in the Complaint on pe-
AGAINST THE HEREIN Iitirn.
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- s h poblishne
FENDANTIS) WHO ARE This noice holl be published
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD once each week for two consec-
OR AUVE, WHETHER SAID vtive weeks in the Press to:
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY zIcle,
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES WITNESS my hand and the seal
GRANTEES 5R OTHER of this Couil ani this 31 day of
CLAIMANTS October, 2008,
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- Mory M Johnson
KNOWN Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- By Brandy Norris
KNOWN As Deputy Clerk
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- 110808
tion to foreclose a mortgage on 110
the following property in 11Lo"4
SANTA ROSA County, Florida _________________
LOTS 9 AND 10, BLOCK Legal 11/1349
325, AVALON BEACH,
PART A OF AVALON4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
BEACH, ACCORDING TO THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
PLAT TH-EREOF RECORDED CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA
IN PLAT BOOK A PAGES 1 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
THRU 10, INCLUSIVE OF CIVIL ACTION
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CASE NO. 2004-242-CA
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, DIVISION D
FLORIDA.
CITIMORTGAGE INC,
fins been "i. "ren'ir yvo anint Plaintiff,
cony of i ouni wrr ci defenses
milhimn3 dgys aften tiny first MARK A STOUGHTON, et
puhlncaono it in, n Fur dun al,
B enaalt Law Group, PrL Defendant(s).
Planiniff's attorney, whose ad!
dress is 91 19 Carpuorte *. NOTICE O ECEUE
Drive, Suite 300, urvpon r' i., FORECLOSUESL
rina 23363 n*l'I- in. r


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur AND 10L26986U.
suant to an Order Reshdig ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA K,
Foreclosure Sale dated October CIVIL ACTION A/K/A 5667 NOTAWAY
31 2008 and entered in Case CASE NO.: COURT, MILTON, FL 32583
NO. 2004-242 CA of the Cir 57-2008-CA-001526
cult Court of the FIRST Judicial DIVISION: B Any person claiming an
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA interest in the surplus
Count, Florida wherein CHASE HOME FINANCE from the sale, if any,
CITIMORTGAGE INC, is the ULC, other than the prope-By
Plaintiff and MARK A Plaintiff, owner as f the dae of
STOUGH TON TENANT 1 the Lis Penens must file a
N/K/A SHASTA WEST are the vs. claim within sixty (60)
Defendants I will sell to the days after the sale.
hibnest and best bidder for cash RICHARD A. MITCHELL, et
atSTEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA ao, WITNESS MY HAND and the
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at Defendant(s). seal of this Court on November
11 OOAM on thire 18 day of De. 5, 2008.
member, d008, the following NOTICE OF ACTION
described property as set fort Mary M Johnson
in said Finrl Judgment TO. RICHARD A. MITCHELL CUer'iT CiOrit Ctoi
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
COMMENCE AT THE LAST KNOWN ADDRESS By Brandy Norris
NORTHWEST CORNER OF 5338 Stafford Circle Deputy Clerk
SECTION 11 TOWNSHIP 1 Pace, Fl 32571
NORTH, RANGE 29. WEST 111508
SANTA ROSA COUNTY' CURRENT ADDRESS UN- 112208
FLORIDA- THENCE RUN KNOWN 11/1358
SOUTH h8 DEGREES 53
MINUTES 06 SECONDS ERICA L MITCHELL Legal 11/1359
EAST, AL6NG THE NORTH LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
LINE THEREOF A DISTANCE 5338 Stafford Circle IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
OF 251.31 FEET; THENCE Pace FL 32571 THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
RUN SOUTH 01 DEGREES, IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
40 MINUTES, 49 SEC- CURRENT ADDRESS UN- COUNTY FLORIDA
ONDS WEST A DISTANCE KNOWN CASE N6. 08-215 CA
OF l1.5l)FEET; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 88 DEGREES ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN AURORA LOAN SERVICES LLC,
53 MINUTES, 0A PARTIES CLAIMING BY Plaintiff,
SECONDS EAST A DIS- THROUGH, UNDER, AND
TANCE OP 1819.00 FEET AGAINST THE HEREIN en
TO THE POINT OF BEGINN- NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
ING; FENDANTL(S WHO ARE JASON OVERBAUGH, et al.,
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD Defendant(s).,
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
88 DEGREES, 53 MINUTES, UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY NQTIQCE OF SALE
06 SECOND EAST A DIS- CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
TANCE OF U 35.0 FEET- SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
THENCE RUN SOUTH Of GRANTEES 6R OTHER suant to an Order or Final Judg-
DEGREES 06 MINUTES, 54 CLAIMANTS metn Schedulin Foreclosure
SECONDC, WEST A Sale entered onon embenr 4,
DISTANCE OF 200.00 FEET LAST KNOWN ADDRESS UN- 2008 in this case now pending
THENCE RUN NORTH 89 KNOWN in said Court, the style of which
DEGREES, 53 MINUTES, 06 is indicated above.
SECONDS, WEST A CURRENT ADDRESS UN-
DISTANCE OF 13511% FEET- KNOWN I will sell to the highest and best
THENCE RUN NORTH 0o bidder for cash in the SANTA
DEGREES 06 MINUTES, 54 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that on ac- ROSA COUNTY COURT-
SECONDO, EAST, A lion to foreclose a mortgage on 1HOUSE, 665 Caroline
DISTANCE OF 200.00 FEET the following property in Street Milton, Florida
TO THE POINT OF BEGINN- SANTA ROSA County, Florida 3257, at 1l.00 a.m., onthe
ING. 1 8 da of December, 2008,
LOT 14, BLOCK D WIND- the ollowing described rop-
SAID PARCEL BEING LOT SOR FOREST PHASE 2, BE- erty as set forth in said Order or
29 OF AN UNRECORDED ING A PORTION OF SEC- Final Judgment, to-wit:
SUBDIVISION KNOWN AS TION 5 TOWNSHIP 1
SPENCER HEIGHTS, PHASE NORTH, ktANGE 29 WEST LOT 40, BLOCK B, TIDAL
1. SANTA ROSA COUNTY' BAY PHASE I A
FLORIDA, ACCORDING T PLANNED UNIT DEVLOP-
A/K/A 4765 Carlyn Drive, THE PLAT AS RECORDED IN MENT LYING IN SECTION
Pace FL 32571 PLAT BOOK E, PAGE 69 1, 120AND 13 TOWNSHIP
OF THE PUBLIC RECORD 1 SOUTH kANGE 28
Any person claiming an OF SAID COUNTY WEST,ACC DING TO THE
interest in the surplus MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS
from the sale, if any, has been filed against you and RECOED IN PLAT BOOK
other than the proerfy you ore required to serve a DPAGE 76 OF THE PUB-
owner as of the da yf u written defenses RECORS OF SANTA
the Lis Pendens must file a whno3 dyrs after the first ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
claim within sixty (60) puEication, if an on Florid ANY PERSON CLAIMING
days after the sale. Default Law roup PL ANYPSONLAII
Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- AN INTEREST IN THE SUR
WITNESS MY HAND and thea dress is 9119 Corporate ake PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
seal of his Court on October : 300 amp h ANY, OTHER THAN THE
31 2008. -/ i and file n the original PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
with this Court either before THE DATE OF THE LIS
Mary M. Johnson service on Plaintiffs atney or UPENDENSMUST FILE A
Clerk of the Circuit Court immediately thereafter, oer- CLAIM WIrTHIN 60 DAYS
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL wise a default willbe entered AFTER THE SALE.
By Brandy Norris against you for the relief de-.
Deputy Clerk handed in the Complaint or pe ENTERED at SANTA ROS
Sion County, Florida, this 5 day
110808 This notice shall be published November, 2008.
111508 once each week for two consec- ii r
11UL49 urive weeks in the Press Go- MARY M. JOHNSON
Legal 11/135zegte As Clerk Circuit Court
Legal 11/1356 WITNESS my hond and the seal SANTA ROSA, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT CO,,T OF of this Court on this 4 day of CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 7Novemer 2008 By Brandy Norris
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- As Deputy Clerk
CUT IN AND FOR SANTA Mary M Johnson
ROS A COUNTY, FLORIDA Clr ofheCourt 111508
CIVIL ACTION CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 112208
CASE NO.. By Brandy Norris 1/LI359
DMS8C-001367 As Deputy Clerk _____
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, 12108 Legal 11 1360
Plaintiff, 11/135 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
VS. THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
STUARTNORWEEYNOLD IN AND FOR SANTA ROSTE
STUART V. REYNOLDS JR COUNTY, FLORIDA
et al, CIVIL DIVSION
Defendantss. Legal 11 /1358 CASE NO.:dS
NOTICE OF AOQN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 57-2008-CA-001408
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CITIMORTGAGE, INC.
TO: STUART V. REYNOLDS CUIT IN AND FOR SANTAPlainftiff
JR ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA vH s
CMVIL ACTION BRENDA STRAND AS TRUSTEE
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 200 CASE NO. 05-934-CA AND NOT PERSONALLY UN-
PENSACOLA BEACH F 7 DIVISION B DER THE PROVISIONS OF A
GULF BREEZE, FL 32561 EL ,FAR N TRUST AGREEMENT DATED
CURRENT ADDRESS. 200 PEN- NA. SUCCESSOR B' THOUAY O E 0
SACOLA BEACH F 7 MR6ER TO WELLS FARGO KNOWN AS TRUST NUMBER
GULF BREEZE, FL 32561 HOME MORTGAGE INC 3239 CORNELL DR TRUST,
F/K/A NORWEST MOR1' RNA TADASTUTE
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE GAGE, INC. DAB/A DIREC-BENDA STRAND AS TRUSTEE,
OF STUART V. REYNOLDS TORS ACCEPT NCE, De'dt
JR Plainfiff, De~dnas.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS. 200 vs' N OTICE OF ACTION
PENSACOLA BEACH F 7 RICHARD A. GALLAGHER TO,
Gulf Breeze, Fl 32563 et al, COLLEEN M. SONNTAG
CURRENT ADDRESS. 200 PEN- Defendants(s). AKAG COLLEEN
SACOLA BEACH F 7 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE AST KNOWN ADDRESS:
Gulf Breeze, Fl 32563 LT 3749 GUF BRZE PKWY
A~NYNALL UNKNOWN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN put ITE3187, GULF BREEZE, FL
ANY AND32563
PARTIES CLAIMING BY uant to ? Ir Amended Fi"nal ALSO ATTEMPTED SERVICE AT,
THROUGH, UNDER ANS Judgment a Mortgage Foreclo- 3239 CORNELL DRIVE GULF
AGAINST' THE EREIN sure dated November 4, 2008 BREEZE, FL 32563 and 1456
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- and entered i GULF FL 32.6 an
FE1NANT(AS) WHOA RE 0,5-93,-C s M crit Court'GULF WINDS DR., GULF


tLNVN" HVA~tO-3-A ItheCrcui Cecil
NOT YKNO/N TO BE DEAD of t0% FIRST Judicial Circuit in
OR AUVE, WHETHER SAID and r SANTA ROSA County,
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY Florida wheiei WELLS FARGO
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS BANK N A SUCCESSOR BY
SPOUSE HEIRS DEVISEES MERGER TO WELLS FARGO
GRAN OTES DR OTHEh HOME MaORTGAGE, IN
CLAIMANTAd FK A NORWEST MORT.
AG7ISNA GE, INC D/a/A DIRECT
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN TORS ACCEPTANCE is the
KNOWN Plaintiff and RICHARD A.
GALLAGHERc LAURA L.
CURRENT ADDRESS UN- GALLAGHER PLANTATION DE-
KNOWN VELOPMENT OF NORTHWEST
FLORIDA, INC.:. are ie Defend-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thatra o c- acuts, I will uSol to tre rigrest
ion to reclose a mortgage on and best bidde for cas t
the following property in STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA
SANTA ROSA un COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
SI d fOOAM ont he 18 day ot De-
LOT 7, BLOCK 1, POLYNE- cemrei 008, the following
SIAN ISLANDS ACCORD- descried propel ty as set forth
ING TO HE PLAT in aid Finral Judgment:
THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT hOOK "B" PAGE LOT 5 BLOCK "A" PLAN-
140 OF THE PUBLIC REC- TATIO7 WOODS, PHASE I
ORTS OF SANTA ROSA, ACCORDING TO THE MAO
COUNTY, FLORIDA. OR PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
has been tiled against you andi "3G" PAGE 57 OF THE
you are required to scive a PUB'LIC RECORDS OF
copy ofout wiltln defenses SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
wiffiin 3t -, i- -'f-. 1|- list FLORIDA.
publicatir ,.i1 .. i n Iida -
Doault i PL TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
Plairrif~f's ,i ,.. ad HOME LOCATED THEREON
dress is 1i .,.1 I-.- AS A PERMANENT FIXTURE
Dive, S. ..........ii AND APPURTENANCE
.* i ,1it. i, 1I THERETO DESCRIBED AS A
i. Ai I. I I. 2000 DOUBLEWIDE MO-
.ii 'ir BILE HOME WITH VIN
., ii .. .1i i! NUMBERS 10L26986X
wise a I i ,li ,i "
against you for the relief deo
handed in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be published I
once each week for two consecI
utive weeks in tlrnPrcs Gazette
WITNESS .- I.- .11. I
afthIi i C .i.., i
November, *We Deliver & Install
c^rrM.Johrinsaoin Centipede
Coof tire CourtF
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL St. Augustine
By T Workins
As Deputy Clerk Bermuda
111508 Bailed Pine Straw
112208
11/1356 Call us tnrst, Save Tirm
Call in last, Savo Molloy
li-al l11357 Hwy. 87 So. Milton
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 62-8578
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA...


BREEZE FL 32563
CURRENT RESIDENCE IS UN-
KNOWN
BRENDA STRAND AS
TRUSTEE AND NOT PER-
SONALLY UNDER THE
PROVISIONS OF A TRUST
AGREEMENT DATED THE
6TH DAY OF JUNE TWO
THOUSAND AND 05,
KNOWN AS TRUST NUM-
BER 3239 CORNELL DR.
TRUST BRENDA STRAND
AS TRIJSTEE
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
3239 CORNELL DR., GULF
BREEZE, FL 32563
ALSO ATTEMTPED SERVICE AT
3749 GULF BREEZE PKWY,
#D GULF BREEZE FL 32563
CURRENT RESIDENCE IS UN-
KNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an oc
tion for Foreclosure of Mort-
g age o n t he flowing de-
scr ed property:
LOT 2 BLOCK 1, THIRD
ADDITION TO BAY RIDGE
PARK, A PORTION OF THE
EAST ONE HALF OF SEC-
TION 30 TOWNSHIP 2
SOUTH, RANGE 28 WEST
SANTA ROSA COUNTY'
FLORIDA AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK B AT PAGE
131 OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS 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 it, on Marshall C. Vat-
son, PA.A,, Attorney For Plaintiff
whose address is 1800 NW
49TH STREET SUITE 120
FT. LAUDERDAME FL 3330
on or before December 18,
2008, a date which is within
thirty (30) days after the first
publicationI or this Notice in the
Please publish in THE PRESS
GAZE1T bIN MILTON) and file
the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service
on Plaintiff'so attorney y or immedi
ately thereafter; otherwise a de-
foult will be an termed against you
for the rehe dem n Oed in the
complaint
If you are a person with a Disa-
bilities who need any accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceeding you are enitited
at no cost to you to the provi-
sions of certain assistant please
contact Susan Tand at 6865
Caroline Stret MiltoC n FL
32570, 850-983-1012 within
2 working days of this rece pt
of this document r voc are
friead on al al
_8ariqor.Voice impaired cl
1N H80 N55-8771.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Courf this 6 day of No-
vember, 2008.
Many M. Johnon
As Clerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Brandy Norris
As Deputy Clerk
111508
112208
11/1360



Legal 11/1361
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to WRIT OF EXECU-
TION issued in the County
Court ot Santa Rosa County
Florida on the 23RD day of
July, 2008, in the cause
wherein Cynthia Jo Eppers was
plaintiff and Tray Michael Lock-
Iear sas detendont, being Case
No.57-2007-CC-2205 in said
court, I, Wendall Hall, As Sher-
ifof Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida, hove levied upon all the
right, title, and interest of the de-
fendants, 'Try Micrael Locklear
in and to fhe following de-
scribed personal properly to
wit:
DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY
2008 HONDA ACCORD
VIN # JHMCP26778C076249
I shall offer this property for
sale, at east front door of the
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice Fa-
cility, 5755 East Milton Rd Mil-
ton, Florida, Santa Rosa
County Florida, at the hour of
10 a m. on the 18TH day of
December 2008 Or as soon
theregher as possible. I will of
ret tot sale all the said
defendant's, Troy Michael Lock-
lear, right, tide and interest in

the, same, subject to taxes,
all prior liens encum-
brances and ludgnents,
any ttehighest and
best bidder for CASH IN
HAND. The proceeds to be ap-
plied as for as may be to the


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we Olvr 1850 N. "W" St.
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1 11A361


IlSE ^ ^IBS/1>3651' of d ......I ^l
Pi -cID NOc ccli iI oIdi u ul
0000012530000 CALL FOR BIPS
ITO I I i l II I I sI ri y l- i is l t iit cu i ,Po,, ;',Kq;i i ho s
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Mar M. Johnson
Cler of Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk


111508
112208
Legal 1 1/1362 11/1362
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Legal 11/1364
AND FOR SANTA ROSA /34
COUNTY FLORIDA APPICTO F% REGI
Case # d8-000378-CA AiPlTIN F y R REGI
AVALYN M. GILLMORE 4
and KAREN G. FANNING, 1: Bill's Handyeorks
Successor Trustees of the Fictitious Nome to be
Frederick Gillmore, III Rev- Registered
cable Trust Agreement
dated 9/21/94 2. 4932 Shell Road
Piantiffs, Mailing Address of Business
vs. Cily Milton, Florida 32583
MARIA LUISA LOPEZ (Zip Code)
SANCHEZ 3 Florida County Santa Rosa
Defendant


2A Siteork
2B- Fencing
2C Landscaping
3A Concree
3B Hollow Core Concrete
4A Masonry
5A SStiucural and Miscellane-
ous Steel
6A General Trades
68 Cabinets
7A- Roofing
78- Fireproofingr
9A- Gypsum Board and Exte -
rior Frnish System
9B Acoustical
9C Flooring
9D0 Paistinc
1 1A Detrion Eqvuipment
51A Fire Protection
5B-Plumbing
5C -HVAC
1 6A- Electrical
PREQUALIFICATION: All Bid-
ders must be preuealified at the
time of bid opening in accord-
ance with the bid package,
BID DOCUMENTS: Bid docue
ments will be available from Pe-
ter R. Brown Construction, Inc.,
4506 East Highway 20, Suite
200, Niceville FL 3257.L For
information about obtaining bid
documents, call Peter R, Brown
Construction Inc. ci
850-678 9898 or fax request to
850-678-9895


LERK'M 4. FEl Number
NTICE F SALE 4 dFE Nmb r DATE AND
M IDtERT.HAE R 4 A. Owners)l of Ficlilious Name received an
It nicdvrdcaljs)- Use accactach- cancer 11,
NOTICE IS GIVEN that inac ment if necessary): at Peter R. B
cordance with the Fina udg- Inc 4506
ment oa Foreclosure dated No- 1 Rutherford William T Suite 200
member 6 2008 in the 4932 Shell Road Bids will I
aboce-styled cause, will sell to Milton, FL 32583 and read alc
the highest bidder for cash at
he Santa Rosa County Court- I (me) the undersigned, being PROPOSAL
house, Milton, Florida on De- the sole (all the) parryliesa own c milted ic full
cember 3, 2008, at 100 eg interest i rn te above fictid wilth the re
A M the following described ious name ceriy that he nfor- drawings, P
properly: malion indicated on ihis form is bid package
true and accurate. I (we) further
Commencing at the NE2 corner certify that the ficilius name PRE-BID C
of Section 1, TS 2S, R 27 W shown in Section I o1lhis form Bidders are
Santa Rosa County FL Thence has been advertised at least Ire-bid con
runwesterl alongte F section once in a newspaper as defined er 4, 2008
lne for 6 .0 ; thence run in chapter 50 Florida Statute$s, nta Ro
southerly parallel to Ihe E seca FO |he county where the East Milto
tion for 130.0 to the f pplicaInts pricipl pace of ida 32583


thenes o ie f Ip0.0 p ic ron s eri o rd pac
on the Soruth right of way line of business is located I (we) un. e 1
Hollands Trail Rd; thence cone derstand thal the signatures 158
tinue southerly parallel to the below shall have the seme a 111508
said BE section line for 300.0 ft, effect a if made under oath.At 11/1365
:hence run westerly parallel e Lash One Signalure Required)
,he N section line tor 1 _____
hence run northerly parallel to William T. Rutherford
he E section line for 300.0 It. Signature of Owner Legali 1 /1 1
1o the aforesaid S riAit of way
line of HollndadTraiRd; thence 111508 N R I
easterly alonc the said road line 111508
for 100.0 ft a the POB. 11/1364 D


TIME Bids will be
id sealed until De-
2008, at 2.00 pin
irown Coinsiuction,

. ...1. ened
oucd
Bidsen must be sub-
and in accordance
qquiremenIs ofr the
lroect manual and

)NFERENCE All
invited to attend the
ference on Decem-
I at 1000am at
County Jail, 5755
Road Milton, Flo,


366
fRIDA


R&~~OPOSED

The District gives notice of its in-
tent to issue a stormwater permit
to the Florida Department of
Corrections on December 11
2008.
The iroject is to increase the cc-
paci the existing stormtca-
moanagement facility andi for
construction of a work camp fa-
cility on a currently undevel-
oped portion of Santa Rosa
Correct onal aInstiteution at 5850
E. Milton Road, Miltonr The
project proposes the construc-
ron of a new Santa Rosa Cor-
rectioanal Institute Work Camp
and Drainage Improvements on
approximatelyy 186 46 acres
Th e Work Camp hvill consist of
9 buildings, asphalt roadeeays
parking lots, utilities, and
stormwarer facilities The pro-
ect will provide stormwater
treatment and attennuation for
the proposed work camp and
will also involve the modifica-
tion and upgrade of an existIng
stormwater treatment fac lis
permIted under Chapter 6225
FA.C emit number
RC57-254489 icssed in 1994.
The modification will address
the existing dry retention pond
hat does not recover and the re-


h
I y s
I ..


ii i i.H '..* i i *i clacionriasill
i I .. party to lie
.1 action orn the permit cordance w
application listed above unless set forth ab
a petition ror an administrative
proceeding (healin g) i s iled 1 1 1508
ursuant co the provisions of 1 11508
Sections 1 20 569 d 120 57, 11/136
FIorida Statutes Chir1lr
28-106 and 62-346.0302f) q,
Florida Administrative Code


(F.A C^.).
A person whose substantial in-
terests are or may be affected
has the right o request an ad
ministrative hearing by filing a
written petition wiil the North-
west Florida Water Manage-
ment District iDistrictl. Pursuantc
to Chapter 28-106, F.A.C, the
petition must be filed (received)
either by delivery at District
Headquarters, 81 Waler Man-
agement Drive, Havana, FL
32333-4712 or by e-mail with
the District Clerk a F
agencyclerk@nwfwmd. state ll
u 5
within twenty-one (21) days of
newspaper publicatir of lrthe
Notice of Proposed Agency Ac-
(lon for those pIersons 0 whoni
the District does nrot mai or I
c.i-J -1 -.1 .-,-; A petitionL
r. *il *i Sectons
And
S I Ila StatuteI
S iii 28 106,
i. i ,ivil nlot oc
Silicon sent by f acsimile
S explained below Me
n ci siiuant to Sect..i
ES,, is lot available.
A person whose substantial in-c
oeresis are or may be affected
has the right to a formal adriri-
istiacive hearing orscanI to
Sections 120.569 and
120.57(1) ElS, bere there is
o dispute between the District
and le parly iegcrding ai is-
sue of rial t facd ptA petitionI
Fot for l n o .. f a ... ...
co otly will I eR
Seo ot h in l~l m ..-
F A.C A person wiose suCbsta
ial iIntere sts roe r may be h f-
lected has the icght lo al ii r-I
mal administrative hearing pI
.>i :ctiors 120569 and
I F.S I where no ma
aerial facts are in dispute A pa-
ition foru ali rfomal hearing
must also comply with the re-
ro t set torth in Rule f
ai C. * A
A peliitin for an Cadministrative
hearing is deemed filed upon
receip of the complete petitione
by he Disriclt Clerk at the Dis-
ric Headquarers in Havana,
Florida Petitions received by
the DistrtIl Clerk alters 5 00
pm or on ae.
ay, or leca d a I
deemed lied a m
on the next regular District bus,
ness day The District's accept
ance of pe tuitions file d by emailn
is subject to certain conditions
set for in he District's Stale-
ment -f Aqf'-... o'-n'^-
and I .'. .
Administirative Code), which is
available for viewinF at
www nwfwmcd sitae If us ihese
cordiirons include, but are not
lirrtied to th(l i .
thetformrofuaeii 1.
capable of
printed by IF
pursuant ro the Districtsl Sate-r
ment of Agency Organizationf
and Operation, attemptinI to
file a ,Petition by fa csirre is
prohibF ed and shall not consta
ute filing,
Failure to file a petition for an
administrative hearing within
the requisite lime frame shall
constitute a waiver of the right
to an administrative hearing
(Rule28-106 III, FAC)


I 'I 1 l c, 1 [)0 l -ic




lie positlo ctken by
ce A person wIose

h right to become a
aroceedacg, ocin c
t iho requirement
ove


Legal 11/1367
NOTICE TBDERS

Notice is hereby iven that the
Board of County Commissioners
of Santa Rosa County Florida
will receive sealed bics for ce
angle broom.
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand Fed E., or
maio 1lhie Saria Rosa Coeun
Procuremnlei Department, 6495
Caroline Street Ste G, Milion,
Florida, 32570 and must e re
ceived 0 0 a m Decem
be, 16 . ci wich ie
bids will be opened oand oad
aloud, B1 d --- r'- '-h..
ime set fori ,
b o rjocto d -. i ...l


F oeiii tui8l .. i i i. PETS & ANIMALS
:Idpirceii 1 cii rlt~ i


i t a 2100 Pets
I'0Cn lorid nay ie 2110 Petas res toc
Rwewed i om ho as sisa Rose
Couiiiy PiocureTen, Depjarimeni EGood Home
eai 495 Carole Saree Mil te 2120 Pet SMptplies
cos of $10 per (se 1,
MA, ANIMALS
Co rie Sunti Rsac Cociy PleiAiL 2130 -Fari Amniats/
i 9 ^ ''' 2140 Pets/Livestock
MloFlon on b ri210* nPes | F 2 0 d




vh bet t inee Sct o atRosa Go Hm
Comay be secured rm ie Saie Wanted
Rosa Couny PRocuriemeni Dt- 2150 Pe Memorials
paciicrl ci a eec-refupdable





"'.inae oc thed aomsiiiof Santa
slolor' olon l pea cte






Rosy Co. mploumeetorpoiont e 25 PtMmoil
cost of $c10 per se
A MANDATORY rc-bid cn-
rvesone sS2VdT5 d or Decem-
ber 4,20080ofi9 30 am. lcal
lime, ci 1 37fl0 Alabama Street,' '~~
y'a, Florida 32565. All i i 2100
eld parties are invited to at-
tend.
The Board of County Commis- GOOD, LOVING
sooner s reserves ie nrgh to HOME A MUST
waive informalities ins bids to for 6 momth old,
rejec cany or all bids will r c
wshrue cause, and to accept female pit bull. $50.
lhe bid t"li in its judgment is in 490-3231
he best interest of Santa Rosa
County, Florida
Sania Rosa County does iot dis-
criminate oerr ire basis of race,
color, notional origin, sex, loll-i
9 age, ori hadicopped sta-
fu in employs or u ir, siuo .
of serece
.. I 'I- Board of County
.... of Sonia Rose \
... II.' I Al~&1-


periec 0o iil I i I II ... .s
ered patties are invited to a I I 1508
lend I I i508
11/1368
Specficanions and bid for In
may be secui ed ,,Iom ISanto Legal 11/1369
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
nt Department t h THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
cncucri Dcpanmernr a C the CUT IN AND FOR SANTA
above .11. Teletephone ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
(850) s,.icss JUVENILE DIVISION
Any questions concerns ths CASE NUMBER 07-DP-72
eqeipmert should he ad o IN THE INTEREST OF:
e1 me hubede d IN THE INTEREST OF:
Jeorel Anderson at |850)
981-7135 D.L 08/30/2004
S.L 12/19/2006
The Board of County Commuis I L 02/05/2008
soners Ieser cs the right to
scac.e s -ri". is urd, o MINOR CHILDREN
rcjcdt c. .1 *I ud'id cerir en
wrhout cause, aard to a ward T Robert loucin
Ihie bid that al it leiteI iecto be Faler of D 0 L,, S L and I L,
si lhe best intere of Santa ti,,or chldi en
Rosa County
S s C d YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Sanc Resa Couty does car dir liar d Petitrion undee oarh has
crnmrnate aron ithe basis of race, been filed in the above t|ed
color, national origin, sex re li Cu, for the termination of pa
go age or han d capped sta ren rights o pp, a female
r sir employment or provision child Ber in Scnaa Rosa
of service Countly, Florida, by the Deport
ue the Bord o C Ct meant of Children and Family
Bo ser or artd a ony Sresices for subsequent adop.
Commissioners ei Sodta Ra sac a,: nd yoaare he reby com.
County, Florida handed to h ad appear be-
1110 fore the Honoraber Marci L
111508 Goodman, Judge aof the Circuit
110508T Court in and or Santo Rosa
11/1367 Coanay Florida, et the Santa
_________________ Rosa nouny Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street, Milton FL
Legal 1I 1/1368 32570 on the 1 Bih day of De-
cmbere 2008 ci 9 00 a an
NOTICE U BIDDERS You must either appear on the
NUSIN ERHAllLTA- daee and a the rme specified
PON or send a written response to
the Court pr or to thats rie
The Board of County Commis e Crt prirha e
sioanes c icnto Poso County, YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR
Flonida ..I ..:. bids lio, RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED
quaolfied lIcerused conmludctrc AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA
io the eehiablahtaon ol there len i )F PARENTAL RIGHTS
dence located at I COU SHALL PERMA
bamro Stieet . r 1i LOSE ALL LEGAL
325)5 RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI
All bids must lbe odirnal ad TION FOR TERMINATION OF
delivered by hand Fcd lEX er PARENTAL RIGHTS
mail to thire Sanria Rosa County
Procurement Department at WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
6495 Caroline St I ` G of said Court and the Seal
Mileo, Florida and threre- 'h h day olf Novem-
must be received by 10 00 a m ber,
loca lime on Tuesday Decem
ber 16, 008, at w which time CLERK OF COURT
bids will be pened SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
and read olouc .. to be IDA
sealed and clea labeled CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
"BID 13780 abama By Suzanne Brooks
Street." Bids received after the Deputy Clerk
time set for the bid opening will
be rejected and returned aun- 111508


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*Single or Multi Family Use

*Selling onsite at:

5232 E. Spencer Field Rd

Santa Rosa County

Milton, FL 32571


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condition $ 400 firm.
Call 259-6681

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BABY GRAND PIANO
I 3 23o 5'2' Ebony Polished
Baldwin. Sound board,
GARAGE SALE felt, strings, hammers, in
Nov. 15th, Sat. pristine condition! Excep-
7am-12 tional tone well-balanced
5797 Hermitage keyboard! Great for
Circle in Milton, school, church, or serious
Children & ladies clothes, musician. $6200.00
toys, household items OBO 850-626-4783
and more. JACKSON ELECTRIC
GUITAR with custom
Milton case and Peavy Amp.
HUGE with 12" speakers.
MULTI FAMILY Seldom used, in like
YARD SALE new' condition. $500.
Fri., Nov. 14th & For inquiries, call
Sat., Nov 15th 983-8609, leave a
7am until ? message.


Corner of
Alabama & Park
Office equipment &
desks, home & kitchen
appliances and items,
TV's, speakers furni-
ture, electronic & PC's,
clothes and shoes for
men, women & children
and much more,

MOVING SALE
Dresser, desk, chair,
rocker, computer &
printer, air compressor,
tools, weed eater, life
jackets, gas can.
675-5877

Navarre
Holley
b the
Kea
2733 Creeks Edge
Lane, Saturday only
from 6:00am-1 1:00
am. Combining house-
holds, kid's growing
up, crafts, duplicates,
clothes. 1000sqft of
stuff !

YARD SALE
Saturday, 7am-?
6740 Joy Street
in Milton
Furniture, clothes, knick
knacks, tools, luggage.
A LITTLE BIT OF
EVERYTHING.


3250

FOR SALE
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ON BELL LANE IN
REA RIDGE CALL
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OR 994-5431




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Milton
Commercial offices.
Several locations, many
different sizes. 324-8337

Milton
Office buildings.
Off Berryhill Road, near
the hospital. 5 offices, 4
bathrooms, 1 large re-
ception area and huge
receptionist area. Com-
pletely remodeled.
$1400 month.
255-4004

OFFICE SPACE
Office/retail space for
lease. Sm./Med. sizes
available. Reasonable
rates. Great Highway
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about 1st month free of-
fer Call Steve @ (850)
341-1952





APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
1 and 2 bedroom units.
No pets. Water & gar-
bage pick up furnished.
Nice location. $395 &
$495 per month plus
deposit. Call 623-5697

For Rent
5789 Eagle Dr.
Newer 2/2 duplex
with 1 car garage.
GECPM
(850) 439-3007
(850) 777-9214

In Milton unfurnished 2
bedroom/1 bath apart-
ment. $550. $300 de-
posit. No Pets.
994-7246

Milton
NOVEMBER
SPECIAL
Cyanamid Rd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs with
balcony. Water, trash
and lawn service
included. No dogs.
$99 rent. $550
deposit. 712-9968


Milton
NOVEMBER
SPECIAL
Efficiency All utilities
paid. No dogs. Walk-
ing distance to stores,
restuarants, etc. Laun-
dryroom, in ground
swimming pool. $99
rent $250. dep.
712-9968





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516040 6170
Milton Milton
Milton FOR RENT 3/1 with back porch
NOVEMBER 3/1-Electric, carpet, and yard, $425 month
SPEICAL fenced, large workshop plus security deposit.
1/BR furnished or un- with electric. $800 324-2097
furnished. No dogs, month/$800 dep. Close Milton
Has laundryroom. in to Whiting, Interstate and 850 sq. ft. mobile
ground swimming pool, Shopping. 6241 Glen- home on almost
in walking distance to wood Drive. 1/2 acre, fenced
stores, restuarants,etc. 850-291-0385 on Burbank Dr. $600
$99 plus $550 de-
posit. EmeraldSands Munson month. Call after 5pm.
712-9968 2BR brick home in 418-2669 or 346-3007
_____________ quiet country Munson Milton
Nea-Witngarea. New appliances. Large, 2 bedroom,
Near Whiting Water & trash included. 2 bath mobile home.
2 bed, 1 bath duplex. No pets. Non-smoking Hwy 87 N. Near
$475 month, $475 dep. environment. $625 plus schools, great neighbors.
Water and garbage deposit. 957-2205 Palomino Drive, Milton
included. Call Don
Cumbie Realty. North Milton $495. month, $225.
626-8959 / 377-6787 House for rent. 6843 deposit. Ref. required.
Chuckwagon Lane. (850)698-6189
NEW AND MODERN 3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total Milton
Duplex. (off Pine Blossom electric. $750 month, MOBILE HOMES FOR
Road) $600 month, $300 dep. Baycrest Re- RENT. Between $300 &
$600 sec. dep. Call alty 994-7918 $400 a month.368-7506
Don Cumbie Realty Pace or 983-7259
626-8959 or 377-6787 3/2 brick house. Out Milton
Pace building, privacy fence Quiet Clean Park
2/1 brick three-plex. and 2 car garage. $900 Rent includes water, gar-
Stove, refrigeratordish month, $600 deposit. bage and lawn service.
washer and laundry (850)255-2590 No Pets.
room. All ceramic tile. Pace 2/2 for $450/mionth.
Non-smoking unit. $565 3/BR 2/BA, double car 2/2 for $350/month
per month, Water, grass garage with fenced back Call 698-582
cutting and garbage pick yard. Available now. Mobile home camper.
up included. 626-2928 Military clause honored. Sleeps 6 this camper is
Pets allowed with pet fee set up similar to studio
of $300. $895 month, apartment on private lot
$800. deposit. Call with shed. All utilities
M 850-501-0273 or paid. $450 month, no se-
529-7899 curity deposit. 776-1180
2 HOME FOR RENT Pea Ridge MOBILE HOME RENTAL.
3 bed/2 bath. $850 3 bedroom/2 bath. 2/1 in quiet park. Sewer
month. Minutes to Whit- Brick house, single gar- and garbage included.
ing Field. (available in age on large lot. $750 No pets. $365 plus de-
December) 3bed/ month, $750 deposit, posit. 626-1552
2bath on 2 acres. $200 pet depsoit. N.Min
$1,000 month. Very 698-8337 2 M/i at.
clean. Pets considered. 2bed/1bat
609-567-6026 RENT TO OWN 14 X 60. 6549 Stanley
All credit considered. Circle. Private lot.
3 Unfurnished Brand new construction No pets. $500 month.,
houses for rent: homes. 3, 4, 5 bed- $250 deposit. Baycrest
1. 7182 Admiral Halsey room/ 2 bath. You Realty 994-7918
Ct., East Milton choose the colors. OFF AVALON
2. 6159 Walker St., Sky- $895 to $1,495/mo 2 bedroom mobile home
line 520-360-1893 with covered entry. All
3. 6482 Syrcle Ct., Sky- electric, C H & A. Just
line remodeled. Water/ gar-
Rent from $600 to $650. 9 U E b ae included. $475
$400 deposit. 255-1459 6170 o month, $300 dep. (dep.
or 994-0179 2 bedroom/2 bath mo- & 1/2 of months rentto
6226 Dixie Road bile home on private lot. move in) 623-8753 or
5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath $525 month. Total elec- 983-8020
on over 1 acre Terrazo trick. 6252 Morgan Court. Off Avalon Blvd.
floor, large kitchen, sepa- $250 deposit. Baycrest (Rice Road)
rate den & large great Realty 994-7918 3/2. Just remodeled.
room with fireplace. 2 bedrooms with front Af electric, central heat
Owner is a Realtor, kitchen on corner lot. &air.Water & garbage
206-3666, Janet Coulter. $350 month. East Gate included. $550 month,
Available 11/15/08 or Mobile Home Ranch $400 dep. (dep. & 1/2
sooner. $995 per month 626-8973 months rent to move in)
623-2567 or 983-8020
3BR/2BA Foreclosure! 2/1 double wide with Older model 2 bed-
$11,000! Only central air on large, room, 1 bath. Hwy. 87
$199/Mo! 5%adown 20 fenced-in lot. $550 N, near MHton $350
years@ 8% apr. Buy, month, $550 deposit N., near Milton. $350
4/BR $259/Mol For list- Contact Sonya at per m onth, um $200dRea-
ings (800)366-9783 Ext 450-6840 posit.626-8959 or 377-6787Cumbie Raty
626-8959 or 377-6787
5798. 2/1 mobile home. Pace
Off Old Bagdad Hwy. 3/2 on private lot.
On private lot. $450 994159
NEW8 rO H month, $300 deposit. M m p
850-221-7622 Pace
----.- ----- Mobile home/camper
Crestview 3br, 1ba, 2/2, total electric. (24 foot long) for rent.
East Gate Mobile Home (4fo og o et
Nice brick home, Inter- stG $450.AII utilities incl.
section 87/ 89, just 3 mi- Ranch. 626-8973By Floridatown Road.
les south of Whiting 2/1. Quiet & clean. 776-1180
Field. Fridge/ w/d in- $420 month. First month
cluded $725 mo +sd free with 12 month lease.
682-8483 or 865- 3421 All electric. CH & A,
Storage & covered H R E
E. Milton porch. Water, garbage 'PR I^
Brand new Good and sewer provided.
Sense home. 1 mile from $395. deposit.
new jail. Never lived in. Sonnydale Lane.
3/2 with covered porch. 375-4515, 623-9902
$750 month, $300 de-
posit. Available 12/08. Clean 2/1 mobile home.
Water and garage. Garbage and water
623-8162 included. No Pets. $400
623-81month/$300 deposit.
675-6614
LARGE, BRICK
HOUSE IN MILTON E. Milton *
Near elementary, 1 acre lot. Dead end, dirt
middle & high schools. lane. Small, 2/1. $325
3 bedrooms, 2 full month, $100 deposit.
baths. Large kitchen 623-8162
with stove and refrig- E. MILTON
erator. Large laundry 3/2 mobile home.
room, washer/ dryer Minutes from 110, quiet
hook up. No pets in area with fenced yard.
house. Non-smoking Non-smoking environ-
environment in house. ment. $550. Lease, refer-
Fenced back yard. ences & deposit.
$650 per month, 623-9623 or 418-0783
$650 deposit.
Phone (850) 623 5481 FOR RENT: 4/2 dou-
No HUD blewide, like new. Situ-
No D ated on 7 acres with
fenced pasture and
Miltonl barn/garage. Located
3/2 in subdivision with 12 miles from Milton off
fenced yard. Washer &Munson Hwy. $800 per
dryer included. $900 month, $400 deposit.
month, $1,000 deposit. Background check and
In walking distance to references required. Call
Winn Dixie & Milton 828-297-2881
High. Call Rodney at *
380-2553 FOR RENT: Super nice
modular home in
Milton country. MUST SEEI *
3/2 RANCH No pets. $650 month,
Chantilly Circle $500 dep. 626-7595 ,
Very clean. No pets. or 572-7837
Fenced back yard. Avail- Jay/Milton/Pace
able 1/1/09. $1,000 Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
month, $1,000. dep. rooms. $400-$650 per
850-626-4783 month.Section 8/Hud ac-
Milton cepted. Call 994-5703
6332 Greenwood Dr Milton -
3 bedrooms, 2 baths 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
with 2 car garage on New paint throughout,
1 acre. F/P CH & A. Private. $550 rent, $500 -
$800 dep., $995 rent, damage deposit. Don
(neg.) 623-3339 Cumbie Realty 626-8959



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Must Sell
Sunday To
Highest idder

Church St Village 3br
2ba 1550sqft, new
construction, spacious
kitchen, granite coun-
tertops, screened in
porch, convertible to
4br.
$140,000 or best rea-
sonable offer.
Subject lender ap-
proval.
Rental income is
$1250/mo, 1 year
lease.

HOUSE WILL BE SOLD
SUNDAY NIGHT TO
HIGHEST BIDDER!
Please call
850-375- 9220 or
850-687-0713 for
more information.


2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & dining
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
tertfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the re-
duced price of $260K..
Call 850 261-0322, or
685-8048 leave msg.


6170 71oo _
Pea Ridge
3 bedroom/2 bath Foreclosure sale
on private lot with 5 bed/3 bath fores
large shed. $500 month, call or details
$500 deposit, $200 pet We owner finance. Call
deposit. 698-8337 682-3344
TO RENT 2005,3 3
bedroom FEMA mobile
home. East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch. 626-8973
W. Milton --- V4isout
3/2,14X70. Total
electric. No pets. Ft. Walton
5073 Ridgeway Blvd 602 Mooney Rd
$625 month, $300 dep. Beautiful brick 3br, 2
Baycrest Realty ba, 2 cg. Close to
994-7918 bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
S updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP w/aII brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
*E nation, large screened
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE porch under roof, chain
link back yard perfect
7100- Homes for pets. $299,000.
7105- Open Houses Call 850 226-6754
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 -CondonTownhouse Milton
7140 Farms & Ranches Nice, 3/1. Interior
7150 Lots and Acreage completely remodeled.
7160 Mobile Homes Brick and vinyl. New
7170 waterfront roof and large fenced
7180 Investment back yard. Located at
Property 6457 Julia Drive. 1
7190 Out-ol-Town MUST SEE TO
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare APPRECIATE. $79,900
2008 blow outi Must 623-5828, 982-8912
sell all discounted homes, _______
used homes, and foreclo-
sure homes. Call Clayton
Homes for information.
850-682-3344
Church Street Village
110 South Zander Navarre-
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counted Homes for sale.
Payments ranging from
$450-650 a month. Call
Clayton Homes at
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Call Clayton Homes, 0%
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850-682-3344


Take over payments
Bad credit, no problem.
Take over payments on
a 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
Call for details.
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Milton
Commercial build-
ings on Stewart
Street. 5 offices, recep-
tion area and receptionist
area. $900 month.
623-3300




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08 Pontiac G6 GT Sedan 5k

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06 Ford F350 Lariat Crew Cab Diesel

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05 Dodge Durango

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08 Pontiac G6
GT 4 door 33k .....12,988

06 Ford F250 Lariat

Crew Cab Diesel 56k .s1 9,988

01 Lexus RX300

4 dr Utility Loaded & Clean$1 2,500

02 Nissan Xterra SE

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01 Dodge Ext Cab Dully

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Duramax Diesel 4WD LS Pkg

Extra Clean . . .15,988

04 Chev Avalanche 4x4

Sun Roof Leather Loaded .$15,988

06 Honda Accord

4 Door Sharp .....$12,988

05 Chev Malibu

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Will trade, exchange or Mercedes C230
sell almost 1/2 acre with Kompressor
12x65 mobile home with septic Even though I really
tank, power pole and water me like this car, I need
ter in East Millon for you to to sell it quickly
build a deck, sunroom, carport AT, 4 cy supercharged,
and other items for me on an moon roo r51,700 mi.,
other piece of property. Trade, moon roof, 51,700 mi.
exchange or sale value 6 disc CD, Bose Premium
$39,000 Call 479-9252 Sounds. Loaded! Garage
kept. Still under full Mer-
cedes warr. fit Jan. 9th
(other manufacturer war
ranties are longer). Will
sacrifice at $17,800.
850 502-6094.
Police impounds for
Sale l 95 Honda Civic
$600! 94 VW Jetta
: m: *a $500!! For listings call
AUTOMOVE, MARINE (800)366-9813 Ext
RECREATIONAL 9271.
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Ears
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130-Trucks | 8120
8140- Vans
8150- Commercial Jeep Rubicon
8160- Motorcycles Jep icon
8170 Auto Parts 2006
& Accessories 6 speed manual, 29K mi,
8210- Boats ext war, CD changer, sat-
8220 Personal Watercraft ellite radio, white w/ blk
8230 Sailboats soft top (619) 204-1406
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles | 81S60
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes
2009 Yamaha
Silverado
Jet Black. With saddle
bags, windshield,
S0 oe and heel shifter,
motorguard. 203 miles.
2000 MERCURY $6,800
Grand Marquis LS, Call 850-602-0080
66,000 miles. New tires ____________
& brakes. Very clean.
One owner. $7,500.
Call (850) 623-3082

2005,18 ft. Sundance
CASH PAID & Trailer. 90 HP rarely
for junk cars or trucks. used$13,000.
Running or not. 623-8696
Call: 983-9527
or 723-5048

S8330
2006 Sunsetcreek
travel trailer. 27.9 foot.
Large bathroom. Front
S bedroom. Lots of storage.
S 1 slide. Barely used.
$12,000. Call for ap-
pointment 983-9175
leave message.








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Digital Scales & Accessories
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Karen Stokes, Manager
Rachel Harfsell Owner ;
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(Acrylic, Pink & White
& Color Tips)
Waxing
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Located at Winn Dixie Plaza Milton.

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(Domestic & Imports)
Brakes & Transmission Service
Major and Minor Repairs
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Tires up to 44
483 Most Brands
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Keri Sims Owner/Groomer
Bathing & Grooming
All Breeds
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k 5933 Graham Lane
(BehinuJiasein sOitedoor Projects
(850) 626.6072
premierpetgrooming.com
8-5 Mon-Sat
Closed Tues., Thurs. & Sun.


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Trailer Hitches
U-HAUL 6250 Stewart Street
Neighborhood Pealer 850-626-0092 I


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Qs 478-3859
235 E. 9 Mile Rd. Pensacola, FL
(Northvlew Shopping Center)
WE SPECIALIZE IN COIN JEWELRY FOR GIFTS
Pendants Rings Bracelets
Money Clips 14 ct. Gold Sterling Silver


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Complimentary Local Shuttle
Extended Warranties Welcome
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Antiques (ollectibles
Hand Crafted Items
Mon.- Sun. 10-5
Vender Space Available
for information call
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7783 HW W i90


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