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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Sometimes published during Apr. 1984 as: Milton press gazette
Portion of title: Press gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 2008
Publication Date: 1984-
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Milton (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Santa Rosa -- Milton
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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Elected OFFICIALS


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
* District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill Rd.
Pace, FL 32571; Phone: 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
williamson@santarosa.fl.gov.
* District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Rd., Milton
32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail, is comm-cole@
santaroso.fl.gov.
* District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Hwy.,
Pace, FL. 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm-
salter@santarosa.fl.gov.
* District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail is
comm-goodin@santarosa.fl.gov.
* District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St. Suite
M, Milton 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
broxson@santarosa.fl.gov
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9
a.m. on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet
in committee at 9 a.m. on Mondays proceeding the
Thursday meetings. Meetings are-held in commission
chambers of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90.
Phone 983-1877 for information or to reach their offices.

STATE GOVERNMENT
* Rep. Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton 32570
983-5550 Email evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us
* Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd, Suite
100, Crestview, 32536, 850-689-0556
* Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S.


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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
* Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C. 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (DC) (202) 225-4136; toll free: (866) 367-
1614; E-mail: www.house.gov/ieffmiller
SENATE
* Sen. Mel Martinez: 356 Russell Senate Office
Building, Washington D.C. 20515 phone (202) 224-
3041 fax (202) 228-5171
* Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone (202) 224-
5274, (fax) (202) 224-8022.
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* President George Bush: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.. 20500; phone
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* Vice President Dick Cheney: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C., 20500; phone (202) 456-1414.

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* District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


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* Santa Rosa's Press Gazette (USPS
604-360) is published twice weekly
on Wednesday and Saturdays for $34
per year (in county) by Florida Freedom


Milton 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lone,
Milton 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@mail.
santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth
Street, Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjij@
mail.santaroso.k12.fl.us.
* District 5: Edward Gray III-1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. on the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
* Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, FL32570. (850) 983-5400.
Interim City Manager, Brian Watkins.
* Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL. 32561. (850) 934-
5100. City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
* Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Quails, 3822 Hwy. 4,
Jay, FL 32565. (850) 675-2719.

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


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Whiting Field celebrates 65th anniversary


Jay Cope

The 65th Anniversary
of Naval Air Station Whit-
ing Field (NASWF) passed
quietly on July 16, with a
simple cake cutting cer-
emony to mark the
occasion. Despite
the lack of fanfare,
local dignitaries #
provided prestige
to the ceremony as
they celebrated a long last-
ing friendship between the
base and the surrounding
community.
Several Santa Rosa
Country commissioners,
Santa Rosa County Cham-
ber of Commerce leaders,
representatives from the
Navy and Marine Corps
Leagues and more joined
military personnel, gov-
ernment civilians and base
contractors in recognizing
the impact of Whiting Field
on the history of Naval avi-
ation and the area.
The importance of
strong relations between
the base and the commu-
nity was recognized when
the base opened 65 years
ago. Capt. Enrique Sadsad
holds true to those senti-
ments today and referred


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to those strong ties during
his remarks.
"Rear Adm. Murray,
the Guest Speaker at NAS
Whiting Field's Commis-
sioning Ceremony in 1943
said to the Miltonians and
Santa Rosans who
were present. 'You
Smay rest assured
that we shall do our
part in every possi-
ble way to keep our
relations on a friendly and
amicable basis, because it
will take such pleasant re-
lations to make a success
of this part of our war ef-
fort,' Sadsad stated.
"That remark still holds
true today, as we face an-
other war effort, with our
outstanding relationship
with the Santa Rosa and
Milton communities re-
maining friendly and ami-
cable as ever. Ladies and
gentlemen, please accept
our sincere appreciation of
your continued support."
After completing his re-
marks, Sadsad passed the
microphone to Commis-
sioner John Broxson, rem-
inisced about his childhood
in the area and growing up
with the base nearby.
"I was just a kid run-


ning around the woods all
day here while the base
was being built," he said.
"We've always had good
relations with Whiting
Field, and for 65 years they
have been good neighbors
for us. There are great
people at the base who, in
my view, are heroes. Peo-
ple who volunteer, knowing
that they may give their
life for their country - well,
I admire that tremendous-
ly. I have a great sense of
pride that Whiting Field is
our neighbor and that we
get to rub shoulders with
such fine people."
More than 100 people
attended. the half-hour
ceremony, which was in-
tentionally kept small as a
larger ceremony is planned
for Oct. 25. The later cel-
ebration, which coincided
with the National Helicop-
ter Association Fleet-Fly-
In, opened the base to the
public for entertainment,
static displays and other
activities that helped bring
the community to the base
to help them celebrate the
occasion with the Whiting
Field team.
"We want the commu-
nity here. Their support


JENI SENTERI Press Gazette
Those who turned out to wish NAS Whiting Field a "Happy Birthday" on Saturday were
treated to displays of planes and helicopters, aswell as flyovers.


is a vital factor in the suc-
cess of the base through-
out the year. This celebra-
tion will give us a chance
to say, 'Thank You!' for all
the people here have done
through the years," said
Sadsad.


Sheriff's Office makes large drug busts


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office arrested
a Milton woman on Au-
gust 4 who had over 12,000
narcotic pills and 29 guns
in her residence
when a search war-
rant was executed
on July 31. #
Allen was known
to have several
aliases: Betsy Taylor, Bes-
sie Taylor, Bessie Gilbert,
and Bessie Lorraine.
Sheriff Wendell Hall
had stated narcotics offi-
cers conducted three con-
trolled buys before obtain-
ing the search warrant for
her home.
Allen reportedly was
befriending the elderly
and exploiting them by ar-
ranging medical appoint-
ments. After taking them
to the doctor and getting a
prescription for narcotics
for them she would then
take their narcotic pre-
scriptions, which included
drugs such as Darvocet,
Soma, and Lortab.
Another concern Hall
had was the number of
guns in the home that were
seized, a total of 29, two of
which law enforcement be-
lieved were stolen.
"It is certain they were


not avid hunters and as far
as I know they were not
gun collectors," said Hall.
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office Narcot-
ics Deputies located nu-
merous marijuana crops
in the north end of Santa
Rosa County, in-
12 cluding a find of
5,000 plants in
a wooded area
near Juniper
Creek Road and
Country Mill Road in the
Jay area; a patch of 85
marijuana plants located
in Brownsdale area near
Jay that resulted in the ar-
rest of 66-year old Tharon
"Buckshot" Godwin; $2
million of marijuana dis-
covered in four patches in
Jay, including over 1,900;
and a fifth field was locat-
ed off of Mineral Springs
Road, next to the Coon Hill
Cemetery.
On July 21, the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice announced the arrest
of a Milton man with an es-
timated $25,000 of Ecstasy.
Antonio Dewayne Da-
vis, 26 of 6680 DaLisa
Road, was arrested after
he was observed deliver-
ing a large quantity of Ec-
stasy pills to an individual
at a location off of Avalon
Boulevard.
Davis was charged with


two counts of trafficking
in Ecstasy, a first degree
felony, possession of ste-
roids, a third degree felony,
and possession of narcotic
equipment, a first degree
misdemeanor.
According to Santa
Rosa Sheriff Wendell Hall,
Davis was taken into cus-
tody after he delivered 149
Ecstasy pills and he admit-
ted he had driven off Ava-
lon Boulevard to deliver
the drug in question to an
individual.
"Narcotics detectives
then conducted a search
warrant on Davis' resi-
dence on DaLisa Road
in Milton and located 885
additional Ecstasy pills,
four glass vials of steroids,
various items of drug
paraphernalia - includ-
ing digital scales, drug
packaging materials, and
a baggie containing mari-
juana seeds," said Hall.
"Detectives also located
numerous firearms to in-
clude one assault rifle and
handguns."
Some of the other items
discovered were three tac-
tical bulletproof vests at
the residence that were
equipped with tactical ce-
ramic plates that are ca-
pable of stopping rounds
fired from a rifle.


"We don't know where
he got them," said Hall of
the vests. "These are not
the type we use."
Officers also seized tow
vehicles at the scene and
$3,000 in cash.
For Hall this was the
biggest bust involving
Ecstasy since he became
Sheriff and since a bust
that occurred back in 1996
in Jay.
"With this bust we are
talking about an awful lot
of pills," said Hall. "I would
hate for these pills to fall
into the hands of our ar-
eas youth and they make a
wrong decision they would
later regret.
Sheriff Hall noted this
was a yearlong investiga-
tion by his Narcotics Task
Force due to the work nec-
essary just to penetrate
his network.
At the time of Davis'
arrest he was not armed
and Hall feels the weapons
found were either for his
own protection or the fact
he might have been infatu-
ated with the equipment
and enjoyed showing it off
to his friends.
Hall did note it was
somewhat startling to find
four vials of steroids in Da-
vis' home when detectives
and the Santa Rosa SWAT
unit conducted the search.


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EFFECTIVE FIRST BILLING OF JANUARY 2009


Water Rates
Minimum Charge
2,001 - 5,000
5,001 - 10,000
10,001 +
Sewer Rates
Minimum Charge
2,001 +
*Santa Villa Residents


$8.50 for 2000 Gallons
3.12 per 1000 Gallons
3.30 per 1000 Gallons
3.49 per 1000 Gallons

$13.95 for 2000 Gallons
4.75 per 1000 Gallons
Add $9.31 for USDA Loan


Reuse Rates
No Change
Tap Fees
Deposits
*Water Deposits $100.00 - Home Owner $150.00 - Renter/Realtors
*Sewer Deposits $50.00
*Sewer Customers Only$100.00
*Commercial Based on ERU's (Equivalent Residential Unit)
Service and Delinquent Charges
Same Day Service Connection $ 25.00 *After 2:00 PM'
Transfers $15.00
PENALTY 10% of Billing If Not Paid by Due Date
DELINQUENT FEE $ 50.00
**There was not an increase in the minimum water and sewer rates for usage of 0 to 2,000 gallons. However Pace Water was required to go to
Conservation Rates on water by Northwest Florida Water Management District. Conservation Rates are used to restrict the use of water being
taken from the Aquifer by charging higher rates for higher usage. Sewer increased $.50 per 1000 gallons over the minimum due to ever increase
ing Chemical and Energy costs.
*An average bill of 5000 gallons used in water would increase from $17.35 to $17.86 a total increase of $0.51 or 2.9%.
*An average bill of 5000 gallons used in sewer would increase from $26.70 to $28.20 a total increase of $1.50 or 5.6%.
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Wed., Dec. 24th Edition: Thurs., Dec. 18th at 12 noon
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loss (f your driver's license, destruction of your veh
death of another person. It's a no-win situation'.
respect for the health and happiness of yourself
attending a party and, when hosting a parry, be sure
are driving.


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Santa 'osa Countyi



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OUR VIEW


2008: It was


the best of


times, it was the


worst of times

We make apologies to Charles
Dickens by summing up 2008 in the
following manner:
"It was the best of times, it was
the worst of times, it was the age of
wisdom, it was the age of foolishness,
it was the epoch of belief, it was
the epoch of incredulity, it was the
season of Light, it was the season of
Darkness, it was the spring of hope,
it was the winter of despair, we had
everything before us, we had nothing
before us..."
It was the year of $1.45 a gallon gas.
It was the year of $4.50 a gallon gas.
It was the year a record number
of homes connected to the internet.
It was the year a record number of
homes were lost to foreclosure.
It was the year governments ran
out of money. It was the year money
was everywhere... enough to bail out
banks, major financial institutions,
auto manufacturers and more.
It was the year the fed pushed
money at zero percent interest. It was
the year people couldn't afford a loan.
It was the year a troop surge finally
brought news of success in Iraq.
It was the year we wanted out and
announced a schedule to leave that
country.
It was the first time a black man
was elected president and the last
time analog TV signals crossed the
air.
There was Hillary Clinton and the
strange campaign of the Renegade
Sara Palin; and there was Wall-E and
the Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
In New York, capitalism was
showing it could undergo an
economic meltdown while, in Beijing,
China was strutting its stuff on the
Olympic front.
It was the year of daily news of job
losses.
It was the year of fear.
It was the year of terror.
It was the year of drunken
happiness and sadness.
It was the year that defied
definition.
It was...2008.
And while it contained a strange
mixture of good and bad, we're
certain you will join us in looking
forward to its end.
We lift a glass in toast to its demise
and wish us all, all the best in the
coming year.
We pray it can't get much worse.

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Washington atheists

The atheists are
having a ball in the State
of Washington. They
declare (plaque on public
property): "There are no
angels, no devils, no God.
Religion is but a myth and
superstition enslaving
minds and hardening
hearts." Which religion are
they talking about? Their
own obviously, since they


exalt man; man is their
God, hence their religion.
They can't be referring
to the Christian religion.
Why? Because it is all
about Jesus Christ,
who doesn't enslave
minds. He renews minds
by the Word of God
delivering them from the
"world, this wicked and
perverse generation." He
transforms His own into
something beautiful into
the likeness of Christ, the


Altogether Lovely One.
Jesus Christ doesn't
harden hearts either. He
softens them, filling them
with His agape (love), with
the compassion of Jesus
Christ, with the capacity
to love their enemies, with
the capacity to forgive
once they're born again.
Atheists are a tool of
the devil. One day they
will bow their knee at
the Name of Jesus, the
Name above all others,


Hallelujah. Satan's job is to
convince the world that he
and devils do not exist. He
is a liar.
What a shock they'll
have when they stand
before the Lord, as we all
shall to give account of our
lives. There's still hope for
them by the grace of God.
God bless you all as
only He can,
CHRYS HOLLEY
Milton


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Immanuel Baptist NEWS


Written by Dave Edward

Sitting here after Christmas,
I was thinking back on what I
received. I received the gift of
FORGIVENESS. In Luke's Gos-
pel was read, "Today in the town
of David a Savior has been born
to you..." Why do I need a Sav-
ior? Because God said, "For all
have sinned and fall short" of His
glory. Scripture tells me, "Every-


one who believes in Him (Jesus
Christ) receives forgiveness of
sins through His name."
I also received PEACE OF
MIND. Luke tells us again,
"Suddenly a great company of
heavenly host appeared with the
angel, praising God and saying,
'Glory to God in the highest, and
on earth peace to men on whom
His favor rests.'"
The psalmist reminds us,


"Great peace have they who love
Your law, and nothing can make
them stumble." In other words,
those who love Your teachings
will find true peace.
A third gift I received is that
of ETERNAL LIFE. I began to
realize sitting here that I'm go-
ing to die someday. And you are
too. That's not a very pleasant
thought, but it is true. It also
dawned on me that I am going to


spend a whole lot more time on
the other side of death than I am
on this side of life. On the other
side of death is where we will
spend the rest of our eternity in
eternity. Only a fool would go all
through life totally unprepared
for something we know is inevi-
table.
The Apostle Paul said, "For in
the gospel a righteousness from
God is revealed, a righteousness


that is by faith from first to last,
just as it is written: 'The righ-
teous will live by faith.'"
Would you like to have those
gifts too? They are all wrapped
up for you in Christ Jesus. He
said, "You will find Me when you
seek Me will all your heart."
Why not start the New Year
out right. Go to church not only
this Sunday, but every Sunday
and worship the Lord!


Bible Reading REVIVAL


Special to the Press Gazette

Faith Baptist Church of
Milton announces the be-
ginning of the Annual Bible
Reading-Revival on Janu-
ary 1, 2009. Participants
will follow a sixty (60) day
schedule which ends on
March 1, 2009.
This annual event be-
gan in 1975. At that time,


Leo Pace was the Sunday
School Superintendent. He
worked at Monsanto in the
calibrations department.
He was consequently, well
suited to work out a sched-
ule for reading the Bible
through in 90 days. Later,
the 60-day schedule was
deemed to be more effec-
tive and it has been the
official reading schedule


for more than thirty (30)
years.
Reading the Bible
through at a quick pace
gives the reader an over-
view of God's plan for man
and his faithfulness to car-
ry out the plan.
A schedule can be
obtained from the Faith
Baptist Church in person,
by mail, or by visiting the


website: www.faithbap-
tistmilton.org. Individuals
who complete the chal-
lenge on time will receive
a certificate of accom-
plishment if they register
their names and the num-
ber of days it takes them
to finish.
You will also receive
a blessing in reading
through God's Word.


VA NEWS


VA urges veterans to sign up for direct deposit


WASHINGTON - Ev-
ery month, 730,000 veter-
ans or survivors look for
their compensation, pen-
sion checks or educational
assistance payments in
their mailboxes. Nearly all
receive them, but theft and
mail delays cause problems


for some veterans, which
can be prevented by direct
deposits. The Department
of Veterans Affairs (VA)
is urging those veterans
and family members now
receiving paper checks to
join nearly 3.1 million oth-
ers whose VA payments


are safely deposited elec-
tronically.
There are several easy
ways to sign up for direct
deposit -- calling VA toll-
free at (800) 333-1795 or
enrolling online at www.
GoDirect.org. Veterans,
and family members who


receive VA payments, also
can sign up by contacting
a VA regional benefits of-
fice or their financial insti-
tution. Information about
direct deposits will be
included in VAs monthly
compensation and pension
envelopes throughout 2009.


VA to provide payments to eligible surviving spouses


Special to the Press Gazette

The Department of Vet-
erans Affairs (VA) today
announced immediate ac-
tions to quickly identify
and pay surviving spouses
who are eligible to receive
a one-time compensation
or pension payment for
the month of the veter-
an's death. Problems in
VA's implementation of a
change in law that was ef-
fective in 1997 resulted in
some surviving spouses
not receiving the veteran's
compensation or pension
payment for the month of
death. This problem was
recently brought to VA's
attention by Sen. Daniel
K Akaka, chairman of the
Senate Veterans' Affairs
Committee.
VA Secretary Dr. James


B. Peake immediately di-
rected the formation of a
special task force to iden-
tify and pay the beneficia-
ries who never received
the benefit or were inad-
vertently required to re-
pay the money issued for
the month of a veteran's
death. Surviving spouses
most likely to be affected
by this processing prob-
lem are those who never
applied to VA for survi-
vors' benefits following the
death of a veteran.
The task force is in the
process of reviewing VA's
payment records for veter-
ans who died after Decem-
ber 31, 1996, and who are
survived by a spouse. The
review will identify those
to whom VA owes retroac-
tive benefits for the month
of the veteran's death.


Current address informa-
tion is being obtained for
as many of these benefi-
ciaries as possible.
VA will begin issuing
retroactive payments to
eligible surviving spouses
at the end of this month.
Payments will continue
to be issued as additional
unpaid beneficiaries are
identified and VA is able
to obtain current address
information.
Because there are de-
ceased veterans for whom
VA does not have marital
status information, a spe-
cial Survivors' Call Center
has been established for
spouses who believe they
may be entitled to this ret-
roactive month-of-death
benefit. Surviving spouses
are encouraged to contact
the Survivors' Call Center


at the toll-free telephone
number, 1-800-749-8387.
Call center agents will as-
sist surviving spouses in
providing VA with the in-
formation needed to deter-
mine their eligibility. The
Call Center is open Mon-
day through Friday from
7:00 am to 7:00 pm central
standard time. Inquiries
may also be submitted
through the Internet at
http://www.vba.va.gov/sur-
vivorsbenefit.htm.
VA is aggressively
changing its processing
procedures to ensure this
benefit is correctly paid
to all surviving spouses in
the future. VA's disability
payment system will also
be enhanced to automate
the month-of-death pay-
ment for all eligible surviv-
ing spouses.


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Dear Pastor Gallups, "Since Jesus said to "turn the
other cheek" and since the 10 commandments say that -
"Thou shalt not kill", why would a Christian fight in a
war or participate in'any type of violence at all?"
- J.I. - Milton
Dear J.I.,
Certainly it is preferable if a Christian never has to
fight in a war or engage in any kind of violence at all
within their lifetime. Some are so blessed, but not all.
However, please don't make the common mistake of tak-
ing these two concepts and scriptures out of context.
The teaching of "turning the other cheek" applies?
specifically and directly to the action a Christian should
take when he or she is persecuted for their faith in Jesus.
If one is ridiculed, made fun of, misrepresented, etc.,
because of their testimony for Jesus, they should take no
vengeful action. There is nothing wrong however for
attempting to correct a falsehood and reiterating the
truth. Jesus did that all the time.

Turning the other cheek does not necessarily apply to
protection of one's life and property or. one's nation from
enemy attack. How one specifically responds to any of
these situations is between them and the Lord, the cir-
cumstances of the moment and the ultimate conse-
quences of their action. But, the "turn the other cheek"
principle would not preclude a Christian from protecting
himself or someone else. I praise the Lord that there are
Christian law enforcement and military officials serving
and protecting our nation everyday! I am thankful that
when the enemy or a criminal attacks that these
Christian officers don't "turn the other cheek" - aren't
you?
"Thou shalt not kill" - is an/unfortunate translation in
the King James Version. The original Hebrew in that
verse means - "murder". There is a huge difference
between "kill" and "murder". Again, sometimes a
police officer, military soldier, Governments (through a
judicious death penalty) or even a private citizen pro-
tecting life and property has to, unfortunately, KILL.
But to murder someone is strictly prohibited by God's
Law and society's law.
I hope this clarifies these often misunderstood and
misinterpreted Biblical concepts.
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Santa Rosa Kids' House opens in Milton


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
On March 19, 2005,
Nine-year-oldJessicaLun-
sford's body was discov-
ered buried in a garbage
bag near the residence of
John Couey, who
was later found
guilty of kidnap- . I
ping, raping, and #y
murdering the
little girl. Couey
took Jessica from her home
in Homosassa, Florida on
February 24 of that year,
and held her captive over
an entire weekend before
murdering her and dis-
posing of her body. Mark
Lunsford is Jessica's fa-
ther. He traveled to Mil-
ton, Florida for the grand
opening ceremony at the
Howard and Mary Bur-
ris Child Advocacy Center
Santa Rosa Kids House in
June. He was quoted in the
Santa Rosa Press Gazette
as saying, "If we had a
center like this back home,
my daughter would proba-
bly be alive today. A center
like this probably would
have encountered one of
John Couey's victims and
put him behind bars." Lun-
sford said on July 28 that
he continues to grieve for
his daughter, but he also
continues to dedicate his
life to stopping child abuse
and murder.
According to the Na-
tional Child Abuse and
Neglect Data System, a re-
port of child abuse is made
every ten seconds. Four
children die every day in
the United States as a re-
sult of child abuse. In ad-
dition, one-third of abused
and neglected children will
later abuse their own chil-
dren, continuing the cycle
of abuse. The Howard and
Mary Burris Child Advo-


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cacy Center Santa Rosa
Kids House, located in
Milton, was founded with
the mission of "collaborat-
ing to establish alliances
to lessen the trauma and
encourage the prevention
of abuse for children and
their families."
The Kids
House, which of-
ficially opened
on April 23, fol-
lows the Child
Advocacy Model designed
by the National Children's
Advocacy Center and
its primary goal, like all
Child Advocacy Centers,
or CACs, is to ensure that
children are not further
victimized by the interven-
tion systems designed to
protect them. According to
the National Children's Ad-
vocacy Center, "The Chil-
dren's Advocacy Center
model is a child-focused,
facility-based program
in which representatives
from many disciplines (law
enforcement, child protec-
tion, prosecution, mental
health, medical, and victim
advocacy) work together
to conduct joint forensic
interviews and make team
decisions about the inves-
tigation, treatment, man-
agement and prosecution
of child abuse cases."
CACs are community-
based programs designed
to meet the unique needs
of a community, so no two
CACs look exactly alike.
They share a core phi-
losophy that child abuse
is a multifaceted commu-
nity problem and no single
agency, individual or dis-
cipline has the necessary
knowledge, skills or re-
sources to serve the needs
of all children and their
families. They also share
a belief that the combined
wisdom and professional
knowledge of professionals


of different disciplines will
result in a more complete
understanding of case is-
sues and the most effec-
tive, child and family-fo-
cused system response.
According to its web-
site, the Santa Rosa Kids
House is a non-profit cor-
poration that is governed
by a board of directors that
is comprised of Santa Rosa
County citizens who are
true child advocates and
share the desire to address
the issue of child abuse in
our county. Hank Shirah,
the former executive di-
rector for the Kids House
says the board undertook
the task of building and
maintaining a facility in
our county that will house
agencies to investigate,
prosecute, and deal with
the emotional and psycho-
logical aftermath of child
abuse.
Shirah said, "The agen-
cies that will be housed in
the facility are already in
place, they have worked in
concert for years without
the facility. So why build
the facility, which we refer
to as the House? It has
been proven nationally
that placing these agen-
cies in the same building
improves communication
between the agencies; this
leads to improved investi-
gations and prosecutions.
Also, having all of these
services in one place less-
ens the trauma a child
will experience during
an investigation. Without
the House, a child might
have to talk to as many as
a dozen people; even for
an adult this would lead to
confusion not to mention
added stress and shame."
Shirah left his position at
the Kids House in August.
Cathy Powers-Sears and
Traci Ritchey have stepped


up as interim co-executive
directors and were present
at the Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce
ribbon-cutting ceremony
on Monday. Members of
the board of directors for
the Kids House were also
on hand for the celebra-
tion, as well as Chamber
representatives. The Santa
Rosa Kids House board of
directors includes: Angela
Moore, Karen Cook-Cow-
en, Lisa Eddins, Roy An-
drews, Gregory J. Brand,
Bill Burns, Pandorda de
Balthazar, Kristi Ging,
Jean Goodin, Wendell
Hall, Paul Lio, Pete Moore,
Jeanna Olson, James
Parker, Rebecca Pullum,
Dr. Bruce C. Raymon, and
Capt. Enrique Sadsad.
William "Bill" Eddins
is the State Attorney for
the First Judicial District
of Florida. He says the
Office of the State Attor-
ney has dedicated itself
to curbing the incidence
of child abuse by placing
three staff members in the
Kids House full time. "The
supervising attorney, as
well as their support staff,
will be housed in the Kids
House and will be available
strictly for the prosecution
and investigation of child
abuse cases. Having them
on-site and dedicated
solely to that one cause is
a wonderful way to ensure
the most that can be done
for these children is being
done," says Eddins.
The new supervising at-
torney for the Santa Rosa
County Office of the State
Attorney, James Parker,
has spent many years of
his career prosecuting
child abusers. "I was a
child abuse prosecutor for
two different judicial dis-
tricts in Florida for over a
decade. I have the experi-


ence to handle these cases,
the desire to protect these
children, and now, with
the Kids House, I have the
place to set up shop," says
Parker.
Child Help is a national
organization dedicated to
the prevention, interven-
tion, and treatment of child
abuse. Sarah Rodriguez
serves as a Vice President
for the non-profit organi-
zation. She directs more
than twenty Child Help
Chapters in the United
States. She says that or-
ganizations like the Santa
Rosa Kids House make
the processes of investi-
gation and treatment of
child abuse less traumatic
for children. "This place
is great. It is a wonderful
option for children who
are undergoing the steps
necessary for convicting
a child abuser. Sometimes
the trauma of the investi-
gation process is almost as
painful as the abuse. It cer-
tainly causes a lot of pain
in an abused child and a lot
of frustration for the fami-
lies of these children. Any-
thing that can help to alle-
viate some of the stresses
involved in prosecuting
abusers is a welcome ad-
dition to any community,"
says Rodriguez.
The Santa Rosa Kids
House relies on the good
will of the people who live in
the communities it serves.
The center does not oper-
ate on governmental mon-
ey, so grants and donations
from the community are
what allow the shelters to
survive.
Vice-Chairperson An-
gela Ellis-Moore says, "In
order to raise funds for the
continued operation of the
Kids House, we are selling
rooms to various individuals
and companies who wish to


support our goal and mis-
sion in Santa Rosa County.
An engraved plaque will be
placed in the room selected,
or "bought", to recognize
the donor." She says in addi-
tion to donations to the Kids
House, the public can sup-
port the Santa Rosa Kids
House by purchasing "Stop
Child Abuse" license plates
at local tax collectors' of-
fices and by donating goods
or services.
Following Jessica Lun-
sford's death, her father
pursued new legislation
to provide more stringent
tracking of released sex of-
fenders. The Jessica Lun-
sford Act was named after
her. It requires tighter re-
strictions on sex offenders
and increased prison sen-
tences for some convicted
sex offenders. Jessica's
Law refers to similar re-
form acts initiated by oth-
er states. At the opening of
the Kids House in April,
Mark Lunsford was quot-
ed as saying "centers such
as the Kids House have a
70 percent success rate in
prosecuting child abusers
because the families don't
get frustrated and give
up." He stated that places
like the Kids House are
important in the ongoing
battle with child molesters
and abusers. He says in an
interview on July 28, "the
focus of the Kids House is
to protect and serve chil-
dren who are abused and
I will back a place like
this every time." Lunsford
says, "Right after Jessica
died I could have gotten
away with anything, but
I decided to do something
else, and that was to make
sexual predators' lives
miserable. I plan to do
that with the help of places
like the Santa Rosa Kids
House."


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Press Gazette Staff Report

It is very rare to have
one golfer from an area on
the Professional Golfers As-
sociation tour. Even odder is
three playing on the same
tour.
But on Wednesday when
the Par-3 tournament gets
underway three Milton
grads will be teeing off. -
SThis past weekend,
Heath Slocum and Boo
Weekley participated in the
Milton Triple Pro Classic to
help raise funds for the Pan-
ther Golf Program, while
Bubba Watson, was playing
in the Shell Houston Open.
Slocum and Weekley
were having a good time be-
fore their own personal gal-
leries, while Watson strug-
gled to play even par for the
weekend in Houston and
finish in at tie for 57th place
as he shot two over par on
Saturday and Sunday.
An added bonus to the
homecoming was Weekley
and Slocum offering a free
golf clinic at Tanglewood.
While offering some of
their golfing advice Slocum
and Weekley both told the
golfers to find a routine that
works for them and stick to
it.
As he told those to swing
as hard as you can, hit it,
and hope it goes straight,
Slocum did offer a little in-
sight.
"If you can land the golf
ball in the center of the
greee you should be able to
make par 70-percent of the
time."
But some wanted to
talk to Weekley about club
angle and what he used
to hit some of his monster
tee shots. After laugh-
ing a little, he told the
audience he didn't know
since he didn't know.
"I don't know that angle
stuff," admitted Weekley. "I
flunked geometery."
But one thing they were
not joking about was getting
the opportunity to play at
Augusta in the Masters this
week.
"I am looking forward
to the opportunity to play


Augusta," said Slocum.
"It doesn't matter where
you play it is still the same
game.
"Golf is golf, you have to
hit the ball from target A to
target B."
Slocum who is known for
his short game is looking to
get some advice from Zach
Johnson and Stewart Cynk
"I look to play a round of
golf with them and ask a few
questions, but the best thing
to do is watch and learn."
Weekley, who can best be
described-as a no-nonsense
type of golfer, is looking to
enjoy the moment.
"I don't know of any
first year player winning
the tournament," said
Weekley. "But I am look-
ing forward to the oppor-
tunity to play.
"Our caddies know us
well and I am sure they
have talked to other cad-
dies to get some ideas of
what to expect and how
to help us find the right
spots along the fairway."
The pairings for the
first day were not avail-
able at press time, but
some wonder if Weekley,
Slocum, and Watson could
possibly be paired togeth-
er on the first day.
"I don't know if they
would do it," said Slocum.
Boo was quick to
remind his friend of
the ratings.
"You have to look at
the fact they are televis-
ing the Par-3 tournament
this year so thpy might do
it for ratings," said Week-
ley.
The thing for both of
them is to focus on what
they are there for and
that is to play golf.
"It is going to be fun,"
said Weekley. "The thing to
do is limit the chaos around
us and just play golf."
But with the attention
this trio is already getting
about being from the same
high school is that possible?
"It is more relaxed inside
the ropes than outside," said
Slocum. "It can get kind of
circusy if you are not use to
it."


Above,
Heath
Slocum
is seen in
action at
Stonebrook
Golf
Course. At
left, Milton
graduate
Bubba
Watson
seen
during a
golf dem-
onstration.






PHOTOS BY BILL
GAMBLING I Press
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Marty White

wins at


Media Race

Press Gazette Staff Reports

Marty White proved
why he is the king of the
media wannabe racers
and the Press Gazette's
own Bill Gamblin is just a
wannabe.
White who started last
on the field was in the lead
by lap five of the eight lap
media race at Five Flags
Speedway on Friday night.
Gamblin, who had been
stirring up trouble most of
the week, was challenging
Brent Lane for third place
on lap five when he looped
his car owned by Daryl
Lynchard.
Gamblin had to restart
at the back of the field, but
quickly worked his way
back up to challenge for
fourth place as the white
flag flew.
White, who was in the
lead was being challenged
by fellow radio personal-
ity Scott McKinney when
McKinney made a miscue
in turn two aswelland spun
down the back stretch and
ended up along the inside
retaining wall.
As the drivers cross
the stripe is was White
followed by Lane, Jamie
Secola, Gamblin, Cynthia
Scheltema, and McKin-
ney
Gamblin was one of
three rookies in a field of
six different drivers as
members of the media
from around the area will
compete in bomber divi-
sion cars.
"I am looking forward
to the opportunity to get
behind the wheel of a race-
car," said Gamblin, who
also doubles as the Press
Gazette's NASCAR writer.
"I am really excited about
the opportunity and think
it will be a lot of fun to chal-
lenge other media mem-
bers to see who is the best
driver on Friday night."
The thought of Gamb-
lin behind the wheel of a
racecar has many worried
especially Press Gazette
. Publisher Jim Fletcher.
"He seems to know a
lot about racing when you
talk to him, but the idea of
him behind the wheel of a
car," commented Fletcher.
"We don't know who will be
in more danger on Friday
night, the car Bill is driving
or the other drivers out on
the track"
This Friday's Media
Race will once again have
a much larger winner than
the driver or the fan ac-
cording to track promoter
Tim Bryant.
"The real winner of
Friday's Media Race will
once again be the United
Cerebral Palsy," said Bry-
ant. "Five Flags Speedway
will make a donation again
this year on behalf of all of
the participants."
When Gamblin found
out White was looking to
win his third media race
in the last four years he
took issue with him being
declared the favorite.
"I wouldn't go engrav-
ing his name on the trophy
yet," said Gamblin. "I have
heard Marty can drive as
good as he can talk, but
the sport is racing and you
have to have a little luck
along with a lot of drive to
cross the finish line first
"I am not going to make
any promises of where I
plan on finishing Friday
but I promise everyone I
will give it 110-percent to
bring the trophy to Milton
and Marty can visit it in my
office at the paper"


JENI SENTER I Press Gazette
Bill Gamblin ended up
finishing fourth in the
Media Race at Five
Flags Speedway after
a late race spin while
battling for third with
Cat Country morning
show host Brent Lane.


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NFL players

return home
Press Gazette Staff Reports

For Lawrence Tynes,
Cortland Finnegan, and
Brannon Condren, a return
home this was a chance to
give something back.
But giving back didn't
stop for them at the Milton
Panther's All-Star Football
Camp, it continued with a
golf tournament hosted by
Tynes to benefit the Santa
Rosa County Kids House.
"I am very impressed by
the little kids and how re-
ceptive they are to kicking,"
said Tynes, who is a kicker
for the Super Bowl Cham-
pion New York Giants. "The
older kids are a little more
set in what they are doing.
"What impressed me
the most about the younger
kids is a lot of them made
all their kicks."
Prior to the camp,
Finnegan, a cornerback
with the Tennessee Titans,
was excited about coming
home and the excitement
could be seen as he was
running around Panther
Stadium and interacting
with all the young campers.
"I am really excited
about coming back home
and being a part of all of
this," said Finnegan. "I
love working with kids and
I hope I can be a positive in-
fluence on them and maybe
inspire them that with hard
work they can achieve their
goals as well."
While Finnegan and
Tynes were the big heroes
on the Milton campus, Con-
dren, who will be entering
his second year as a safety
for the Indianapolis Colts,
joined them.
"It is easy to get over-
whelmed when you go from
college to the NFL," said
Condren, "But I am trying
to stay the same old me and
establish myself where I
can hope to do more things
like this once I get estab-
lished.
"I would love to give
more stuff like this back to
the kids."
Condren, who saw most
of his playing time on spe-
cial teams for the Colts,
said everything is starting
to click for him now.
"During the OTA's (or-
ganized team activities)
and mini camps this year is
when things really started
to click for me," said Con-
dren. "I was reacting more
than thinking of, what I
should be doing."
While all three are en-
joying their time as profes-
sional football players, it
is Tynes who has achieved
the most according to the
Super Bowl ring on his fin-
ger.
"We got our rings around
the end of May," said Tynes.
"That is when it really
started to sink in, when I
put that piece of jewelry on
my finger."
Besides working at the
camp, Tynes spend a great
deal of his time getting
ready for the golf tourna-
ment, which Condren and
his father Jimmy Condren,
also participated in.
"This week for me is giv-
ing back to the community
and the kids," said Tynes. "I
am glad I have the opportu-
nity to be able to do some-
thing like this."
Friday's golf tournament
featured another member
of the New York Giants, as
Fred Robbins played on
a team in the four-person
scramble held at Tiger
Point in Gulf Breeze.
"I am having the time
of my life," said Robbins
at the first tee. "I would do
anything I could to help my
boy Lawrence out."
Also playing in the tour-
nament were several mem-
bers of the Troy University
coaching staff including
head coach Larry Blakeney.


Weekley has an incomparable year


Press Gazette Staff Reports

Milton's Boo Weekley celebrated his first
PGA Tour victory one year ago after the final
round was delayed at the Verizon Heritage Tour-
nament at Harbour Town in Hilton Head, S.C.
Weekley must feel right at home there after
taking the lead on Saturday and led from wire to
wire Sunday for his second tour victory.
Last year the Milton grad used his short
game to defeat Ernie Els on the 72nd hole.
This year Weekley enjoyed his walk up the
final fairway as the gallery chanted his name,


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Boo Weekley had a huge year on and off the
golf course. On the golf course he repeated
his win at the Verizon Championship. He
also paired with fellow Milton grad Heath
Slocum for a second place tourney finished
in Japan, but the biggest team win came as
being part of the US Ryder Cup team.



Santa Rosa's


Press Gazette Staff Reports

It was a very busy day for the
football programs at Milton and
Pace high schools on National
Signing Day.
Between the two schools seven
football players made the com-
mitment to continue their football
playing careers, six of which will
be playing Division-I football.
Milton's William Beasley and
Dustin Land had made their col-
lege choices known very early as
did Pace's Vance Smith.
So the news on Wednesday cen-
tered on Riley Hawkins who signed
with Samford University, Andy Da-
gleish (Birmingham-Southern),
Talris, Brown (Troy University),
and Brandon Gibson (Jacksonville
University).
Both coaches were very excited
for their,players as it showed the
hard work and effort paid off.
Pace High School held their
signing in the football weight
room.
"It is very fitting they sign in
the weight room, which is better
known as Mickey Lindsey's House
of Pain," said Pace Athletic Direc-
tor. "They have put in a lot of work
here to get to where they are so
this is the most fitting.place for us
to hold the signings"
The biggest display of colors
had to been the orange and blue at
Pace as Vance Smith fulfilled a life
long dream to play for the Tigers
of Auburn.
Smith verbally committed dur-
ing last season's spring game.
"I am glad this day is finally
here," said Smith. "It is finally
sinking in.
"When I committed I knew
where I wanted to go and I wanted
to get it over with so I didn't have
to worry about it and enjoy my se-
nior year."
Smith's grandfather (Houston)
has followed Auburn and been a
Tigers fan since he played against


"Booooo! Booooo!"
Weekley coasted to a four stroke win at 16-
under par, after starting the day 'with a three
stroke advantage on Sunday.
Finishing tied for second were Anthony Kim
and Aaron Baddeley.
Weekley who closed.with par today saw his
streak of shooting in the 60's end at seven.
Saturday the Milton grad who just played
in his first Masters, rode five straight birdies
to his first lead while in defense of his title and
finished the day with seven birdies while shoot-
ing a 65 on the Pete Dye designed course that
Weekley has compared to Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
Weekley and fellow Milton grads Bubba Wat-
son and Heath Slocum all three participated in
Augusta.
When Weekley started his streak of five
straight birdies he was two shots behind the
leader, but when the streak ended he held a two
stroke lead and never looked back as he made
the turn at number nine.
The second win of his career netted Week-
ley a $990,000 payday, which was more than his
winnings of $778,985 so far at that point of the
season.
Weekley and Slocum also represented the
U.S. in China at World Cup of Golf and led at
every point of the tournament except one, the
end.
Weekley and Slocum came up one shot short
on the third playoff hole at Mission Hills Golf
Club in Shenzhen, China.
After leading by. a stroke in each of the first
three rounds, the Milton grads found them-
selves needing a five foot putt by Slocum on
the last hole of regulation to force the playoff as
Scotland's Colin Montgomery and Marc Warren
carded a 66 on the final day as players followed


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Jackie Burkett back in 1955 at Jay
High School.
"I played against Jackie when
he was a quarterback at Choctaw,"
said Houston Smith. "Since that
point .1 followed his career and
have been an Auburn fan."
Vance was a three-year letter-
man at Pace, but had been around
Coach Mickey Lindsey before
many realized.
"I remember him when he was
just starting to walk and have been
fortunate enough to watch him
grow up into a great individual,"
said Lindsey.
Another player who grew up
before his coaches was Milton's
Brandon Gibson.
Mike McMillion and his coach-
ing staff didn't know what would
happen when Gibson decided to
try out for football.
Now the unknown will be join-
ing the Dolphins at Jacksonville
University,
"We found out for sure he was
a football player," said McMillion.
"We knew he could run, but we
never would have imagined the
junior and senior years he put to-
gether."
The Milton defensive back was
use to playing sports such as bas-
ketball, soccer, and running track,
but it was a hit that guaranteed his
love for football.
"I was practicing d-back drills
with Logan Neely and he hit me so
hard I got a concussion," recalled
Gibson. "I was out for a week, but I
still went to practice every day and
watched.
"I wondered what it would be
like my freshman year and now
that curiosity has just paid for my
education in college."
Probably the biggest surprise
was the lack of attention Hawkins
was receiving at Pace.
But the phone heated up when
he returned home after a heart-
breaking loss to Nease High
School where he amassed nearly
250 yards receiving.
"It has been a real interesting
since the Nease game with a lot
of calls," said Hawkins. "Samford
is giving me an opportunity to do
what I like.
"I am going to go there and
work on my skills as a receiver and
get my education. If God sees fit to
bless me beyond that then that
would be awesome."
Pace principal Frank Lay re-
members Hawkins enrolling at
Pace after moving here from Alas-
ka.
"There was just something spe-
cial about him," said Lay. "He has
meant a lot to Pace High and the
football program.
"We are very proud to see him


VT - - _____ - -- *


an alternate shot format.
Slocum had a chance to end the playoff on the
first hole and bring the title to the United States,
but he missed a seven footer for birdie.
Then on the second hold of the playoff Week-
ley narrowly missed a birdie attempt from 20-
feet way while his Scottish counterpart suffered
the same fate from 12-feet out.
On the third hold Weekley's approach shot
was short and Slocum's chip onto the green left
Weekley with a 15-footer to save par and force a
fourth playoff hole.
But it wasn't meant to be as Montgomery's
tap in for par gave Scotland it's first World Cup
since 1953.
But this would not be the only time Weekley
would represent the Red, White, and Blue as he
was a member of the winning U.S. Ryder Cup
team at Valhalla in Louisville.
The USA led from wire to wire defeating Eu-
rope as they took the largest first day lead in the
Ryder Cup since 1979.
On day one, Weekly sank a 50-foot putt from
just off the green on the 12th hole Friday to ig-
nite the crowd.
The fun loving Weekley egged them on by
waving his arms to get the crowd going.
Weekley was paired on Friday with Kentucky
native J.B. Holmes, who grew up just a couple of
hours away from Valhalla.
They ended up halving the match with Lee
Westwood and Soren Hansen.
Weekley who has become widely popular as
a breath of fresh air for golf had Westwood shak-
ing his head during the match.
After his dramatic putt, Weekley got the
crowd going wild and Westwood still had a putt
to possibly halve the hole.
Westwood commented that some of those
antics were questionable.


icent seven signing

get this opportunity."
Just prior to National Signing
Day Talris Brown's name had been
talked about and he surprised
some when he committed to Troy
University
"It was not that hard of a deci-
sion for me," said Bro\\i. "'I loved
the place and felt right at home.
Coach Blakeney talked about :|
family and how important that
was to him."
Blakeney
and his staff
talking about
Brown play-
ing running

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much "
either.


"Since
I was a
kid grow-
ing up I
had always i
said I
wanted " to play
running back in
college," said Brown. "And now
I have my chance."
Speaking of a chance,
Andy Dagleish is looking
forward to a second chance.
Following a knee injury that
sidelined him his junior year, the
lineman is now going to play foot-
ball for the Panthers of Birming-
ham Southern with his brother
Eric.
"I only got to play with him one
year," said Dagleish. "Now I am
looking forward to playing with
him again.
"They have a brand new pro-
gram at Birmingham-Southern
and I just fell in love with the small
campus and hometown feel like we
have here."
Dagleish admitted he feels af-
ter sitting out last season he has a
new lease on playing sports and is
looking forward to enjoying every
moment.
Another player looking to enjoy
every moment is William Beasley,
who signed with N.C. State.
Beasley was an early verbal
commitment, but that didn't keep
several colleges from trying to
change his mind.
"The thing I learned about the
entire recruiting process is being
a man of your word," said Beasley.
"N.C. State was the first school to
really recruit me.
"N.C. State kept their word to
me and I kept mine to them."
But Beasley didn't want to cel-
ebrate his day; he wanted to cele-
brate for his teammates. Especial-


ly Gibson and Brown, who waited
late to commit.
"I am very glad for the guys like
Talris and Brandon," said Beasley.
"Everybody knew where I was go-
ing, but these guys are getting
their time and they deserve it."
Dustin Land, who was rather
low key about his signing with
Iowa State, shared that same feel-
ing.
Land, who had a flair for the
dramatic at quarterback, will be
looking to learning a new position
by the time he arrives in Ames,
Iowa.
"It shouldn't be that difficult
since I have an idea about the d-
backs job from playing quarter-
back," said Land. "I just need to
get in there and learn the system.
I have never looked into a defen-
sive play book before."
Land is another player who
had to battle back from injuries,
but came back for an outstanding
senior year.
"I think every thing paid off for
me my senior year," said Land.
"When I first got hurt my junior
year I was worried that no school
would look at me."
There could be a couple of more
signing during this 30-day window,
but no other news was available at
press time.







LIFESTYLEE


Section


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PHOTOS of the


YEAR


Jeni Senter I Press Gazette
The Second Annual Veterans Thunder Ride
began at the Santa Rosa County Administration
Building parking lot. Riders enjoyed an 80-
mile, police-escorted ride through Santa Rosa
County. Riders in the Veterans Thunder Ride
started on Highway 90 in Milton and traveled
through Munson, Jay and Pace. They ended at
the Elks Lodge in Milton where hamburgers
and hot dogs were served to participants. The
ride was fully escorted by the Milton police and
Santa Rosa County's sheriff's office.


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Whiting Field Firefighter arrested for Child Pornography


JENIBOOKER SENTER
jscnter@srpressgazette.com
Attorney General Bill
McCollum announced on
the morning of November
25 that his Cyber-
Crime Unit has
made its 100th .1
arrest, taking a
Milton man into
custody shortly be-
fore midnight the previous
night.
William Kenneth Ad-
kins, a firefighter at Whit-
ing Field Naval Air Station
in Milton, was booked into
the Santa Rosa County Jail
around midnight and was
be charged with promoting
the sexual performance of a


1


child and possession of child
pornography. The arrest
was coordinated with and
assisted by the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office.
"The quick deployment
of the Northwest
I4 Florida Cyber-
Crime Office and
the close coordi-
nation with local
law enforcement
underscores the vital impor-
tance of having CyberCrime
offices throughout the state,
readyata moment's notice,"
said Attorney General Mc-
Collum. "The CyberCrime
Unit marked an important
milestone with its 100th ar-
rest and did so in a manner


that exemplifies its commit-
ment to our children."
On November 24, the Cy-
berCrime Unit was contact-
ed by law enforcement with
the Maryland Heights Police
Department in Missouri. An
undercover officer had been
chatting online with Adkins,
40, who believed he was talk-
ing to a 13-year old girl.
Over the course of sev-
eral months, Adkins repeat-
edly solicited the "child" for
sex and sent her at least
one video containing child
pornography. Yesterday, he
made statements to the un-
dercover officer indicating
a Florida child was at risk
of sexual abuse, prompting


the contact to the Cyber-
Crime Unit and the immedi-
ate deployment.
A search warrant was
executed at Adkins' Milton
residence where law en-
forcement officers seized
two computers and other
equipment, which will un-
dergo additional forensic
analysis. Law enforcement
did not find evidence of the
Florida child Adkins had
mentioned, but the inves-
tigation will continue to
determine whether Adkins
victimized any children.
Anyone who has been vic-
timized by Adkins should
immediately contact the
CyberCrime Unit at 850-623-


1112.
Adkins, who works with
Gulf Coast Fire and Rescue,
works at Whiting Field, but
the company is based out of
NAS Pensacola. Attempts
to reach the Gulf Coast Fire
and Rescue media contact,
Patrick Nichols, have been
unsuccessful so far.
The Northwest Florida
CyberCrime Office was
the fifth office to open un-
der the Attorney General's
statewide expansion of the
unit. The office is located
within the Santa Rosa Kids
House, a nonprofit child
advocacy center housing
multiple agencies and or-
ganizations dedicated to


assisting victims of child
abuse and their families
through the legal and heal-
ing process. This particu-
lar office is unique in that
it combines the resources
of the Attorney General's
experts in the investiga-
tion and prosecution of
online child predators and
pornographers with the re-
sources of the Florida De-
partment of Children and
Families, the Guardian-Ad
Litem program, the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice, State's Attorney's
Office, the Santa Rosa
County School Board, NAS
Whiting Field and the Fa-
vor House.


Santa Rosa County fees impact businesses


PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORT

Back in May, a Milton develop-
ment almost came to a complete halt
due to impact fees, but later opened.
Cassandra Sharp almost had to
pull the plug on her antique mall she
had been working on going into the
former Milton Post Office
all because of her impact
fee. 1
"The contractor went
down to get his building
permit to do the work in-
side and they said they couldn't until
he paid the impact fee,' said Sharp.
"When I got the call and how much
the fee was I thought we were closed
before we even opened."
The impact fee Sharp was fac-
ing to reopen the old post office was
$33,000 as itwas classified as general
retail under 100,000 square feet.
After a phone call to Randy Jor-
gensen, the City of Milton Planning
and Zoning Officer, and a meeting
with Santa Rosa County Officials,
the new calculations reduced her bill
to $2,500 and work is back on track.
But to Sharp, who was working
on other properties besides the Old


Post Office in Milton, fees like this
could be a hindrance.
"I wasn't expecting an impact fee,
but I paid it in protest" said Sharp.
"This is the historic post office and
it had a lot of traffic back when it
was open with all the people mailing
packages, and the downstairs with
civil service and the De-
partment of Agriculture.
"At first this was' a
shocker, but the city went
to bat for me and the coun-
ty was very workable."
It also got Milton Councilman
Grady Hester upset at a meeting in
May.
"I don't know why they are hav-
ing to pay an impact fee in the City
of Milton," said Hester. "We don't see
any of those dollars."
Mayor Guy Thompson agreed
when he questioned when was the
last time the county paved a city
street.
It's position was so strong, the
city agreed to sign a letter and send
it to the Santa Rosa County Commis-
sion, who will be conducting a work-
shop on Tuesday regarding possible
changes necessary to the impact fee


ordinance.
With the possible impact fees
people could incur at the current
structure, developers like Sharp who
are working with historic buildings
like the old post office could become
quite leery.
"These expenses incurred to re-
store a historic building to its former
self, while also meeting the current
codes can be quite costly itself," said
Sharp. "We added more air condi-
tioning to the building and put in an
ADA compliant bathroom.
"These things don't sound like
much, but when you make changes
you want to keep the feel of the pe-
riod and to make it all work it takes
a little creativity, which can get ex-
pensive."
Sharp was worried now about
what her impact fee might be on
another project she has planned for
Broad Street in Milton.
"When all this came about I
asked them what my impact fee for
that project would be and they didn't
give me an answer," said Sharp.
"They have had the plans before
the first of the year and we hope to
know something soon."


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down gay marriage


PRESS GAZETTE STAFF REPORTS

Of the six constitu-
tional amendments on
Florida's 2008 ballot, four
amendments passed.
Two of the most de-
bated amendments were
Amendment One, spon-
sored by the Florida Leg-
islature, and Amendment
Two, sponsored
by Florida4Mar-
riage.org,
Amendment #
One referred to
Article I, Section
2 of the Florida Constitu-
tion and related to prop-
erty rights and ineligible
aliens. The proposed
amendment deletes pro-
visions authorizing the
Legislature to regulate,
or prohibit the ownership,
inheritance, disposition,
and possession of real
property by aliens ineli-
gible for citizenship.
Proponents of the
amendment said that its
passage would remove
an outdated and discrimi-
natory passage from the
Declaration of Rights.
Those who opposed the
amendment said that
Constitutional action is
not necessary because
there is no existing Flor-
ida stature that prohibits
ownership by ineligible
aliens.
Amendment Two re-
ferred to Article I of the
state constitution and re-
stricted marriage to the
legal union of only one
man and one woman and
provided that no other le-
gal union that is treated
as marriage or the sub-
stantial equivalent shall
be valid or recognized.
Those who opposed the
amendment said it was
unnecessary as there was
already a Florida statute
that provides marriage is
only recognized between


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a man and a woman.
Those who supported the
amendment said a court
could overturn the exist-
ing statue on constitu-
tional grounds.
The state's constitu-
tion now has the provi-
sion to ban gay or lesbian
marriages by a 62 to 38
percent margin.
This hotly con-
tested amend-
ment on the bal-
lot saw 4,840,853
voters statewide
support the ban
on gay marriages, while
2,974,145 were in favor of
allowing these marriag-
es.
Locally the difference
was a little bigger as vot-.
ers went 3-to-1 in favor
of the ban on gay mar-
riages by a total of 55,911
to 17,766.
. The other amend-
ments to pass state wide
were the changes and
improvements not effect-
ing the assessed value of
residential real property
(60.5% to 39.5%), property
tax exemption of perpetu-
ally conserved land; clas-
sification and assessment
of land use for conserva-
tion (68.5% to 31.5%), and
the assessment of work-
ing waterfront property
based upon current use
(70.6% to 29.4%)
Santa Rosa County
was fairly close in the per-
centages as well and went
with the passage of the
same amendments as the
voters did state wide.
Statewide nine pre-
cincts had over 80 per-
cent voter turnout led by
Leon County with 85.2
percent, while nine coun-
ties as well were below
the 70 percent mark led
by Hardee County with
only 63.3 percent of their
11,802 -registered voters
voting.


Sheriff's Office cuts staff

due to budget crunch


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
On June 18, Santa Rosa
County Sheriff Wendell Hall
announced that another
round of budget trimming
at the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's
Office eliminated
14 positions and a #
victim's program.
At the time,
Hall told the Press Gazette
that more cuts were ex-
pected.
"This is the most com-
plex task that I have had
to undertake since my be-
ing elected," said Sheriff
Wendell Hall. "I regret that
these cuts are necessary."
Salary - and benefits
for the 14 employees to-
taled $620,000, said Hall's
spokesman, Sgt. Scott
Haines.
All 14 were gone by
July 12. Their positions
included crime prevention
personnel, administrative
assistants, report-takers,
clerks, human resources


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specialists, custodians
and purchasers, Haines
said. Also abolished is the
Sheriff's Office Victim As-
sistance Program.
Another 14 jobs - most
of them student assistants
- had already
7 been cut at the
end of last year.
Two victim's ad-
vocates and two
report-takers
were in that group, which
reportedly cost $257,000 in
salary and benefits.
Four vacant law en-
forcement positions will
stay unfilled, saving anoth-
er $167,000, Hall said.
Hall said his budget held
no money for new equip-
ment during the 2008-2009
fiscal year, which started
Oct. 1.
Hall stressed that he
didn't intend to cut any
sworn positions in the fu-
ture and that he "will not
do anything to jeopardize
the safety of our citizens"
when he does trim.


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Pace man arrested in Operation 'Orange Crush'


BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com
A Pace man was just
one of the scores of fugi-
tives from the
Panhandle to the
Keys now behind
bars as part of Op- #
eration Orange.
U.S. Mar-
shals-led a 10-week sweep
targeting the "worst-of-
the-worst" offenders state-
wide and netted with the
assistance of federal, state
and local law enforcement
across Florida, 2,497 fu-
gitives and cleared 2,943
warrants in 3 operations
statewide as part of Opera-
tion Orange Crush.
The results of this ten-
week operation was an-
nounced Thursday by U.S.


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Marshals Service Director
John F. Clark and U.S. Mar-
shal Dennis Williamson of
the Northern District of
Florida.
One of those
8 arrested was 24-
year-old Heath
Don Lewis who
was wanted by
the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office for
Burglary and Grand Theft.
Lewis was a fugitive
with an arrest history of
numerous violent crimes
including Sexual Assault,
Aggravated Battery, Theft
of a Firearm and Carrying
a Concealed Weapon.
On Sept. 10, Orange
Crush Task Force Mem-
bers learned that Lewis
was living at home on the
3700 block of Legend Creek


Road in Pace.
After knocking and an-
nouncing their presence,
officers noticed two sepa-
rate people peering out
from windows, however,
they would not comply with
the Marshals' commands
to open the door.
Deputy Marshals even-
tually had to break the door
down and found Lewis hid-
ing in a closet underneath
a pile of clothes.
After secuimg the
home, Task Force Mem-
bers noticed numerous
pipes known to be used
for smoking methamphet-
amine throughout the resi-
dence.
Santa Rosa County Nar-
cotics Deputies were called
in for assistance and found
a total weight of 364 grams


of methamphetamine and
methamphetamine oil.
This amount of narcotics
would have a street value of
approximately $36,500.
It took Marshals extra
time to break Lewis's door
down because he had rein-
forced the door frame with
steel plates to make entry
more difficult.
Lewis was booked in
at the Santa Rosa County
Jail. An unidentified female
at the residence was not
charged and released.
A number of sites were
chosen for the operation,
but in the Northern District
of Florida, operations were
conducted in Gainesville,
Panama City, Pensacola
and Tallahassee.
During the course of the
operation, the U.S. Mar-


shals provided extra per-
sonnel and equipment to
support the statewide fugi-
tive apprehension efforts.
Operation Orange
Crush is the first ever-
major fugitive apprehen-
sion effort led by the U.S.
Marshals Service that was
completely coordinated
and executed on behalf of a
single state.
During Operation Or-
ange Crush, an emphasis
was placed on the capture
of violent gang members
and sex offenders.
Statewide, the operation
arrested 55 gang members
and 255 sex offenders.
In the Northern District
of Florida, teams of Mar-
shals, state and local officers
traveled throughout the dis-
trict's jurisdiction covering


Gainesville to Pensacola.
The Northern District's op-
eration netted 457 fugitives
and cleared 608 warrants.
Among those arrests 48
were sex offenders and 12
were gang members.
The Task Force also
seized 20 firearms and a
total weight of 11.65 kilo-
grams of various drugs,
which included the discov-
ery and shutdown of one
meth lab. The total number
of fugitives arrested in each
of the main cities in our
area was: Gainesville-120,
Tallahassee-101, Panama
City-62, and Pensacola-174.
Director Clark has over-
seen a number of large-
scale apprehension efforts
since becoming head of the
U.S. Marshals Service in
March 2006.


Milton teen fatally shoots self in chest on front steps


Bill Gamblin
bgamblin @srpressgazette.com

A 19-year-old Milton
woman died following a
disturbance July 30 on
Tom Sawyer Road.
Chantae Faulk suc-
cumbed to a self-inflicted
gunshot wound to her chest
after being transported to


Sacred Heart Hos-
pital according to 4
Santa Rosa Coun- #"
ty Sheriff's Public
Information Offi-
cer Sgt. Scott Haines.
Haines stated that
around 1:15 deputies were
dispatched to 5433 Tom
Sawyer Road in reference
to a female suspect shoot-
ing into a residence.


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S' Witness ac-
counts reported
that Faulk dis-
charged five to
six rounds into
the front door and window
of the residence. I
No one was injured, but
the residents immediately
contacted 911.
As deputies arrived
they observed Faulk sit-


ting on the front porch of
the residence of an ex-love
interest and still armed
with a handgun.
Faulk was threaten-
ing to kill. herself and kept
pointing the gun at herself.
Deputies -immediately
called for crisis negotiators
and the SWAT Team in an
attempt toresolve the situ-
ation peacefully, according


to Haines.
Haines went on to say
that while deputies were
trying to talk to Faulk she
was yelling at them to "kill
her", as she continued to
point the firearm at her-
self.
Deputies successfully
evacuated the three indi-
viduals inside the home to
safety via the rear door.


Faulk then discharged
two more rounds while the
deputies were present, but
the shots were not fired to-
wards the deputies or any
other person.
A few moments later
Faulk held the firearm to
her chest and shot herself
before the negotiators
and SWAT were able to
arrive.


Remains of saw mill uncovered at Locklin Lake Dam


RYAN ARVAY

In February, the Depart-
ment of Environmental Pro-
tection was try-
ing to determine
whether the City
of Milton might #
have violated a
permit after fail-
ing to notify officials of his-
toric artifacts uncovered
during an active construc-
tion project to replace the
Locklin Lake Dam.
Though efforts to re-
place the lake's existing
dam began in January, it
was discovered in February
that workers had since un-
earthed the remnants of the
historic Jernigan Saw Mill,
built on the site in 1830 and.
credited with giving Milton
its name-which once ap-
peared on early maps sim-
ply as "mill-town."
Already designated as
a recognized archeological
site in 1990, water in the lake
and an active dam made it
difficult to assess what, if
anything, remained of the
mill.
"What we have out here
are some vestiges of the
dam and mill foundations
still in place [and] others
impacted by the construc-
tion," said John Phillips, a
researcher and professor at
the University of West Flor-
ida who was contacted Sat-
urday. "The appearance is
of a typical, early American,
pre- Civil War saw mill."
"There are a number of
square timber beams that
used mortise and tendon
construction, like Lincoln
Logs, that are visible, also
fastened with tree nails, or
wooden pegs, that are rath-
er massive," says Phillips.
Concern over the matter
does not stem from the fact
the city was digging in an
archeological site, for which
they had obtained the neces-
sary permit, but rather from
the possibility they ignored
specific conditions outlined
in that permit, which state
in the event historic arti-
facts are ever encountered
the permitted must cease
all activity around such dis-
coveries and contact the ap-
propriate agencies.
Jane Hayes, with Hayes
Construction, the company
contracted to replace the
dam, declined to comment
on specifics, but did say the
city knew about the tim-
bers prior to this weekend.
"We've been in constant
contact with the city," Hayes
said. "This is something the
city is aware of."
City Manager Donna Ad-
ams and Public Works Di-


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rector Brian Watkins both
stated Hayes, or anyone
representing the project,
about the historical findings,
never approached them.
Adams doesn't
O ^ know who Hayes
spoke with. The
city has had one
meeting to up-
date the status
of the project.
"If they felt it was some-
thing that needed to be
reported I have all the con-
fidence in the world that
would have taken place,"
Adams says. "I don't recall
anything being an issue
with the site at that time.


Although, maybe they said
they found some timbers
or something, but nothing
clicked as reportable."
Laura Kammerer, com-
pliance officer with the State
of Florida, Division of His-
torical Resources, said she
had received no correspon-
dence from the city regard-
ing the site prior to these
matters coming to light.
"It's our recommenda-
tion [to DEP] that a profes-
sional archeologist goes out
and assesses what has been
uncovered, record it, docu-
ment it, and determines
whether there is potential
for any additional materials


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that might be disturbed by
the completion of the pro-
cess," Kammerer says.
The discovery of the ar-
tifacts which include hand
hewn timber logs, a metal
pulley wheel, and other mill
implements, were made
possible by Buddy Mitchell,
the fifth great grandson of
Benjamin Jernigan, who
founded the mill.
Mitchell, who resides in
Montgomery, Alabama, was
in Milton for the weekend
conducting family history
research when he decided
to stop by the old mill site
and stumbled upon the


construction.
"I was so excited because
here we have actually found
some parts of [the mill], then
I thought, they're tearing
this thing up-something
needs to be done."
Though historians and
researchers have yet to thor-
oughly inspect the site, those
dispatched to the scene found
it was greatly disturbed by
the work on the dam.
"My hope, said Phillips,
"is we can get in here and
document the parts that
are still intact and then they
can proceed with the rest of
construction before they do


anymore damage."
"My fear is that there
may not be enough time
and the heart of the mill was
destroyed by this construc-
tion."
Work continued on the
dam site and Adams said,
"The DEP has given ap-
proval to continue work so
long as the city does no fur-
ther excavating."
The project was spon-
sored by a legislative appro-
priations grant for $800,000
applied for by the city and
administered by Basker-
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Area student selected to perform in 2009 Rose Parade


Clayton Lee Gilbert, a
junior at Pace High School,
has been selected by Bands
of America for the national
Honor Band in the 2009
Tournament of Roses@ Pa-
rade. Clayton Gilbert was
selected from among hun-
dreds of applicants across
the nation for membership
in this prestigious honors
ensemble. Clayton is the
son of Terry and Rebekah
Gilbert. His band directors
are Jarod Leddy - Director
of Bands and Amanda Led-
dy - Assistant Director of
Bands at Pace High School.
The BOA Honor Band is
a 300 piece national ensem-
ble with winds, percussion
and a flag and dance team.
George N. Parks, Director
of the University of Mas-
sachusetts Minuteman
Marching Band, and an
All-Star staff will direct the
band. Bands of America is
a program of Music for All,
one of the nation's largest


and most influential orga-
nization's in support of ac-
tive music making.
Clayton Gilbert, a mel-
lophone player, will spend
a week in southern Cali-
fornia, where he will have
rehearsals, performances
at the Tournament of Ros-
es Bandfest and Disney-
land, special activities and
a featured appearance in
the world-famous parade.
The Tournament of Roses
Parade, "America's New
Year's Celebration," will
kick off at 8 a.m. on New
Year's Day. The 5.5 mile
Rose Parade is broadcast
Jan. 1, 2009 on ABC, NBC,
CBS, Univision, HGTV Tel-
emundo, Travel Channel,
Discovery HD and KTLA
in the Los Angeles area.
The Parade is also seen
in 28 countries around the
world. Magnificent floral
floats, spirited marching
bands and talented eques-
trian units anchor the tra-


ditional two-hour spectacle
along Pasadena's famed
Colorado Boulevard.
"To be selected for this
unique opportunity is a
once-in-a-lifetime experi-
ence for these students,"
says Scott McCormick,
Bands of America Presi-
dent and CEO. "The Tour-
nament of Roses Parade is
one of our country's nation-
al pageantry treasures and
the 2009 Honor Band mem-
bers will be ambassadors
of America's bands and of
their states and communi-
ties."
Honor Band director
George N. Parks is not only
the director of the Univer-
sity of Massachusetts Min-
uteman Marching Band,
but also the definitive ex-
pert and clinician for Amer-
ica's drum majors and field
commanders who lead and
conduct high school and
college marching bands.
The Honor Band nation-


ally-recognized teaching
staff includes award-win-
ning band directors from
Cypress Falls HAS., TX;
Etiwanda H.S., CA; Ken-
nesaw Mountain High
School, GA; Louisville Male
H.S., KY; Marian Catholic
H.S., IL; Stephen F Austin
H.S., TX; Tarpon Springs
H.S., FL; and the Univer-
sity of Delaware.
The 2009 band is only
the second BOA national
marching honor band, the
first appearing in the 2005
Rose Parade@.
Music for All is engaged
in expanding access to mu-
sic programs in schools
and communities through
educational programs, re-
search and advocacy. This
past September, Music
for All released the report
WITHIN OUR POWER:
The. Progress, Plight and
Promise of Arts Education
for Every Child. Music for
All recently launched state-


wide research projects in
New Hampshire and Wis-
consin, with more states
to be announced soon. In
addition to the BOA Honor
Band, Music for All's an-
nual schedule of programs
includes the Music for All
Summer Symposium, the
Bands of America Grand
National Marching Band
Championships, Bands of
America Regional March-
ing Band Championships,
student leadership work-
shops and teacher training,
and the'Music for All Net-
work, a grassroots com-
munity, connected through
an interactive national net-
. work and musical program-
ming, with local chapters
based in schools and. com-
munity organizations.
Music for All's efforts are
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Driver's license and vehicle


inspection checkpoints


Special to the Press Gazette

The Florida Highway Patrol will be
conducting driver license and vehicle in-
spection checkpoints during the month of
January, 2009, at the below listed locations
in Santa Rosa County.
Recognizing the danger presented to
the public by defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated with defects such
as bad brakes, worn tires and defective
lighting equipment. In addition, attention
will be directed to drivers who would vio-
late the driver license laws of Florida.
The patrol has found these checkpoints to
be an effective means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws of Florida while
ensuring the protection of all motorists.
Jan. 1-8 - Quintette Road west of Coun-
ty Road 197; Bagdad Highway south of
Milton; Hamilton Bridge Road 197 north


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4


of Guernsey Road; State Road 4 northern
Santa Rosa County; State Road 399 west of
State Road 87.
Jan. 9-15 - Nicholes Lake Road east of
State Road 87; West Spenncerfield north
of U.S. 90; Ward Basin Road at the Fire
Department; Berryhill Road east of Chu-
muckla Highway; State Road 87 in Holley-
Navarre.
Jan. 16-22 - Hamilton Bridge Rdad east
of Bridge; State Road 89 northern Santa
Rosa County; Chumuckla Highway north
of U.S.. 90, Bagdad Highway south of Mil-
ton; Mulat Road south of U.S. 90; Ander-
son Lane South of Willard Norris Road.
Jan. 23-31 - Galt City Road south of Old
Bagdad Highway; County Road-197 north
of Guernsey Road; State Road 87 northern
Santa Rosa County; Da-Lisa Road east
of Galt City Road; Hamilton Bridge Road
east of Bridge; Quintette Road east of Es-
cambia River; State Road 4 east of Jay
City Limits.


Region BRIEFS


From Florida Freedom reports

PERRY
Child hurt in ATV
wreck Christmas Eve
A 7-year-old child was
critically injured Christ-
mas Eve while operating
an all-terrain vehicle on
private property in Perry,
according to the Florida
Highway Patrol.
The ATV struck a small
tree and overturned,
throwing the child from
the vehicle, an FHP report
said.
The accident happened
about 2 p.m. The child
was taken by helicopter
to Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
Charges are pending,
according to the FHP
report.

FORT WALTON BEACH
New storm drain
stencils to be installed
The city of Fort Walton
Beach's Stormwater Divi-
sion has received 120 new
storm drain stencils to be
installed at stormwater
drains throughout the city.
The stencils - which
read "No Dumping!
Drains to Bay" - encour-
age residents not to dis-
pose of trash, chemicals or
other hazardous materials
down the drains because
those materials will end
up in area waterways.
Fort Walton Beach
has installed hundreds of
these stencils over the last
few years, according to
the city's weekly newslet-
ter.

LYNN HAVEN
Lynn Haven to
name top citizen
Lynn Haven is accept-
ing nominations for its
Citizen of the Year award.
The deadline for submis-


sion is Jan. 7.
The award is given
to a person who has vol-
unteered his or her time
and services to support
the community of Lynn
Haven.
To nominate someone,
send the following infor-
mation to the Lynn Haven
Leisure Services Depart-
ment, 825 Ohio Ave., Lynn
Haven, FL 32444:
* Nominee's name,
address and telephone
number
* A brief narrative
describing the accom-
plishments or services
rendered .
A nomination com-
mittee will select and
recommend a winner. The
winner will be announced
in January.

FOUNTAIN
Woman tells deputy,
'Tase me in the face'
A Fountain woman
was arrested Thursday
afternoon for allegedly
resisting an officer without
violence and interfering
with an investigation.
During a struggle with
the Bay County Sheriff's
Office deputy, the woman
reportedly broke free
and the deputy drew his
Taser.
The woman replied by
saying "Tase me in the
face," according to the
incident report.
The woman was re-
strained by her husband
while the deputy was able
to handcuff the struggling
woman.
The altercation started
with the couple's 25-year-
old son recklessly driving
an ATV on Evergreen
Street, officers said.
The deputy went to the
driver's home and, dur-
ing the investigation, the
woman arrived and start-
ed yelling at the deputy
and tried to drive him off


their property, according
to the report.
The son was coopera-
tive the entire time and
understood the dangers of
driving his ATV recklessly,
according to the report.
His mother was taken to
the Bay County Jail and
charged with a misde-
meanor.

PORT ST. JOE
GALA announces
executive director
The Gulf Alliance for
Local Art (GALA) an-
nounced last week that
Ally Sanxay has joined the
organization as its execu-
tive director.
Sanxay is Oxford edu-
cated, a CPA, and enjoys
the arts in all forms. In
2003, she led a team of
volunteer's which raised
more than $3 million to
restore The Capital The-
atre in Greeneville, Tenn'.
Sanxay has expressed
interest in building the
team necessary to restore
the theatre in downtown
Port St. Joe, as well as to
continue restoration and
support of theater and art
programs in Franklin and
Gulf counties.
Sanxay was born and
raised in Scotland, and
lived in Paris for four
years.
More information is
available by calling GALA
at 850-227-4960 or by visit-
ing www.gulfalliance.org.

ESTO
Fireworks
extravaganza planned
The First Baptist
Church of Esto will hold
its sixth annual Fireworks
Extravaganza at 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 31.
There will be entertain-
ment and free food. The
church is located at 1050
N. State 79.


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The class is open to all residents of Santa Rosa County

WHEN:
Classes begin Thursday, January 8th
Midway: Class 11:00am to 12:00pm every Thursday for 5 weeks
Milton: Class 5:30pm to 6:30pm every Thursday for 5 weeks

WHERE:
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.
57-2008-CA-001338
DIVISION C
DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COMPANY,
AS TRUSTEE IN TRUST FOR
THE REGISTERED HOLDERS
OF AMERIQUEST MORT-
GAGE SECURITIES INC.,
ASSET-BACKED
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI-
CATES, SERIES 2005-R5,
Plaintiff,
DEBORAH LYNN
JERNIGAN A/K/A DEBO-
RAH L. JERNIGAN, et al,
Defendantss.
O4L E OF FORECLOSURE
NOnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN ur-
suant to a Final Judgmen of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
November 14, 2008 an en-
tered in Case No.
57-2008CA-001338 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the FIRST Judicial
Circuit in and for SANTA ROSA
County Florida wherein DEUT-
SCHE BANK NA1TONALTRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE IN
TRUST FOR THE REGISTERED
HOLDERS OF AMERIQUEST
MORTGAGE SECURITIES INC,
ASSET-BACK EDi
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES
SERIES 2005-R5, is the Plaintiff
and DEBORAH LYNN
JERNIGAN A/K/A DEBORAH
L. JERNIGAN ; are the Defend-
ants, I will sel to the hiahesl
and best bidder for cash at
STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at
11:00 AM on the 8 day ofJan-
uar, 2009, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
BEGINNING AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
LOT SECTION 6 TOWN-
SHIP I NORTH RANGE 27
WEST THENCE GOA DIS-
TANCE OF 353 FEET
NORTH AND CORNER
THENCE WEST 246.8 FEET
TO POINT OF BEGINNING
THEN WEST 60 FEET
THENCE SOUTH 176.5
FEET THENCE 60 FEET
EAST, THENCE 176.5 FEET
NORTH, BACK TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
THE IMPROVEMENTS
THEREON BEAR THE MU-
NICIPAL NUMBER: 7955
BENEVA ROAD, MILTON,
FLORIDA 32583. BEING
THE SAME PROPERTY AS
ACQUIRED BY OWNER
HEREIN BY VIRTUE OF
THAT CERTAIN WARRANTY
DEED DATED 12-30-87,
FROM DANNY L HOOD,
AN UNMARRIED MAN
WHICH IS RECORDED IN
OR 927 PAGE 366 ON
1-22-88.
A/K/A 7955 BENEVA
ROAD MILTON, FL
32583 "
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date at
the Us Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
says after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on Nov. 17,
2008.
Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Susa Land
Deputy Clerk
122408
123108
11/1391


Legal 12/1487
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 04-DP-29
IN THE INTEREST OF:
M.W. 090/14/1999
A MINOR CHILD
TO: William Hoovermale, III,
Father
I/k/a 4204 Yosemite Drive
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FlED that a Petition under oatlh
as been filed in the above
styled Court for the termination
of parenpl rights of M.W. a e-
male child m on thu 14h day
of September, 1999 in Santa
Rosa County, Florida, by Ie
Department of Children and
Family Services, for subsequent
adoption ad you are hereby
command to be and appear
before thIe Honorable Marci
L Goodman, Judge of the Cir-
cuit (ourt in and for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, at the Santa
Rosa county Courthouse, 6865
Caroline Street Milton, FL
32570, on the 5th day of
January, 2009 at :00
a.m. You must either appear
on the date and at the time
specified or send a written re-
sponse to the Court prior to that
time.

YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR
OR RESPOND SHALL BE
TREATED AS A CONSENT
TO TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU
SHALL PERMANENTLY
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS
AS A PARENT TO THE
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI-
TION FOR TERMINATION
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
WITNESS my hand as the
lerk of said Court and the Seal
thereof this 3 day of Decem-
er, 2608.
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Nicki Norton
Deputy Clerk
121008
121708
122408
123108
12/1487Z

Legal 12/1508


NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to WRIT OT EXECU-
TION issued irn the Circuit Court
of Santa Rosa CountI, Florida,
.. r t. ?h day ot August,
Ir i o e cause wherein
. I i' Uaney was plaintiff
Ii. I ,,CroIckerwas defend-
ant, being Case
No,96-1022-CA-0-AN-A in
said Court I, Wendell Hall, As
Sh oriaf oftata Rosa County,
Florida, have lvied upon o l Ihe
riaht til, and inlero.t oltre
Eontiff Marilyn Dulanoy aka
arilyn Sain and to Iao ol-
oing described personal
property, to wil:


DESCRIPTION' OF JASON W. COX
PROPERTY LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
7974 LOLA CIR., NAVARRE, FL
2007 RED 4 DOOR CHEVRO- 32566
LET MALIBU LS
V ItI N # ALSO ATTEMPTED SERVICE AT:
IGIZS58F97F214900 1103 E LA RUA ST., PENSA-
COLA, FL 32501 and 1100
.1 shall offer this properly for FORT PICKENS RD APT. B9
sale at east front door of the PENSACOLA, FL 32561
Santa Rosa Criminal Justice Fa-
cility, 5755 East Milton Rd, Mil- CURRENT RESIDENCE IS UN-
ton Florida Santae Rosa KNOWN
Caunty, Florida at the Iour of
10:00a.m. on the 27th day of UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
January , 2009 Or as soon JASON W. COX
there erapossibl. I will . of-
fer saleallthesaidplantiff's, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
Mari ,ynDulaney aka Marilyn 7974 LOLA CIR., NAVARRE, FL
pai right, little and Interes in 32566
te ' ssoid rsn
alt pubrsucelontand wrsel ALSO ATTEMPTED SERVICE AT:
the same, subject to taxes, 1103 E LA RUA ST. PENSA-
all prior Iens encum- COLA FL 32501 and 1100
bramcesand udments, if FORT PICKENS RD. APT. B9,
an te highest and PENSACOLA, FL 32561
best 1oer for
. The proceedstobe p-CURRENT RESIDENCE IS UN-
plie as far as may be to the KNOWN
payment of costs and the satis-
faction of the above described YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
execution. tion for Foreclosure of Mort-
gage on the following de-
WENDELL HALL SHERIFF OF scribed property:
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA LOT 5 BLOCK A VILLA
DANIELLE, 1ST ADbDTION,
By: /s/ Rosie Rogers ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
Rosie Roaers THEREOF RECORDED IN
Deputy Sheriff PLAT BObK G PAGE 18,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE- OF. SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM- FLORIDA.
MODATIONS OR TO AR-
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP- has been filed against you and
ERTY PLEASE CONTACT JAN- you are required to serve a
ICE PLATT 18501983-1281 AT copy of your written defenses if
LEAST SEVEN 171 DAYS PRIOR any, to if/on Marshal C. Wa-
TO THE SALE DATE. son, P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff
whose address is 1800 NW
122408 49TH STREET SUITE 120,
123108 FT. LAUDERDALE FL 3330 1
010709 on or before January 29, 20091
011409 a date which is within thirty (301
12/1508 days after the first publication at
__________ this Notice in the PRESS GA-
Legal 12/1537 ZETTE IN MILTON and file the
original with the Clerk of this
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S Court either before service on
SALE Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
atey thereafter; otherwise a de.
NOTICE is hereby given that faul will be entered against you
pursuant to a WRiF OF EXECU- for the relief demanded in the
STION issued in Circuit Court of complaint.
Santa Rosa County, Florida on
the 20th day of October, 2608 If you are a person with a Disa-
in the cause wherein Jerry Ke. abilities who need any accommo-
neth Johnson, Jr. was plaintiff eationin order to participate in
and Amy Marie Johnson was this proceeding you are entitled
defendant being Case No, at no cost to you to the arovi-
00-1702-DR-0l-DM in said sions of certain assistant please
cu, , Wendel Hal, As Sher- contact Susan Land at
if of Santa Rosa County, Elor- 850-6865 Caroline Street Mil-
ida, have levied upon all the ton FL 32570, 850983-1012
riaht, title and interest of the within 2 working days of this re-
opaintiff, Jerry Kenreth Johnson, ceipt of this document. If you
Jr. in and to the allowing de- are hearing or Voice impaired
scribed real property, to wit: call 1-800-55-8771.
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- WITNESS my hand and the seal
ERTY of this Court this 18 day of De-
cember, 2008.
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE MarI M. Johnson
SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF As Clerk of the Court
SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 2 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
NORTH RANGE 28 WEST, By: Susan Land
SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR- As Deputy Clerk"
IDA, THENCE GO NORTH 88
DEGREES 17 MINUTES 46 123108
SECONDS EAST ALONG THE 010709
SOUTH LINE OF SAID SEC- 12/1538
TION 13 A DISTANCE OF_______
357.96 FEET THENCE GOLega 12/1539
NORTH 01 DEGREES 42 MIN- Legal 12/1539
UTES 14 SECONDS WEST A IN TE RCUITECO UR .
DISTANCE OF 67,30 FEET IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THENCE GO NORTH 89 DE' THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
GREES 42 MINUTES 04 SEC- IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
BONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA
1146.79 FEET THENCE GO CML DIMSION
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 28 MIN- CASE . NO.:
UTES 28 SECONDS EAST A 57-2008-CA-001618
DISTANCE OF 326.56 FEET COUNT RID H
THENCE GO NORTH 01 DE- COUNTRYWIDE HOME
AGREES 19 MINUTES 27 SEC LOANS, INC
BONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF Plaintiff,
130.72 FEET TO THE POINT vs.
OFP BEGINNING THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 01 DE- OLIVIA L. BRITON, et al,
AGREES 19 MINUTES 27 SEC- Defendants.
BONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
476.80 FEET TO THE SOUTH NOTICE OF ACTION
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF LUND
ROAD (50' R/W), THENCE TO: THOMAS BRITTON,
GO NORTH 88 DEGREES 43 JR.
MINUTES 38 SECONDS EAST LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 51
ALONG SAID SOUTH ST KNOWN ADDRESS: 51
RIGHT-OF-WAY A DISTANCE CLARK ROAD LAWRENCE-
OF 289.86 FEET, THENCE DE. BURG, TN 38464
P ARTING SAID SOUTH ALSO ATTEMPTED SERVICE AT.
01 DEGREES 16 MINUTES 22 2561 COVE ROAD NAVARRE
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE FL 32566and 237 HIGHW
OF 33680 FEET THENCE GO AVE. NE FORT WALTON
NORTH 88 DEGREES 43 MIN- BEACH, FL 32547
UTES 38 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 262.33 FEET CURRENT RESIDENCE UN-
TO THE WESTERLY KNOWN
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE
ROAD #191 (MUNSONHIGH- YOU ARE NOTFIED that an ac-
WAY 1100' R/W, THENCE tion for Foreclosure of Mart-
GO SOUTH 38 DEGREES 43 gae aon the following de-
MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST scribed properly:
ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY A DISTANCE LOT 74 BLOCK 152,
OF 182.74 FEET THENCE DE- HOLLEY 6Y THE SEAAC-
PARTING SAID WESTERLY CORDING T0 THE MAP OR
RIGHT-OF-WAY GO SOUTH PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
88 DEGREES 43 MINUTES 38 CORDED IN PLAT BOOK B
SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE AT PAGE 155 OF THE
OF 434.32 FEET TO THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
POINT OF BEGINNING THE SANTA ROSA
ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL OF COUNTY,FLORIDA
LAND IS SITUATED IN A POR-
TION OF SECTION 13 has been filed against you and
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE you are required to serve a
28 WEST SANTA ROSA copy of your written defenses if
COUNTY, LORIDA. any, to i, on Marshall C. Wat-
son P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff
And on the 3rd day of FEBRU- whose address is 1800 NW
ARY, 2009 I shal offer this 49TH STREET SUITE 120
property for sale, at the east FT. LAUDERDALE FL 33309
froant door of the Santa Rosa on or betre January 29, 2009
Criminal JusticeFacility 5755 date which within thirty (30
East Milton Rd, Milton lorida ays after the first publication o
Santa Rosa County, Florida, a this Notice in the PRESS GA-
the hour of 10:00a.m. on o as ZETTE 1 MILTON an filr the
soon thereafter as possible. I original wit the Clerk of this
will offer for sale all the said Courtither before service on
plainliff's, Jerry Kenneth John- Plontiffs attorney or immedi-
son, Jr. righ, title and interest in ate tireaer otherwise a de.-
the aforesaid real property, at fulwil ,b nered against yu
public auction andwifltsellthe for the rel ie demanded in the
same, subject to taxes, all prior complaint.
iens, encumbrances and udg-
ments, if apy tO the highes and ifyou are a person with a Disa-
best bidder for CASH IN biities who need any accommo-
HAND. The proce seto be op dtion in order to participate in
plied as far as may be to the ttis proceeding you are entitled
payment of costs and the satis- at no cost to you to the provi-
racion of the abovdescribed sons of certain assistant please
execution, con act Susan Land at 6865
exectin Caroline Street Mjfton, FL


are not known to be dead or
aive whether sai Unknown
Parties may claim an interest as
Spouse, Heirs, Devisees Grant-
ees or Other Claimanis
Def'endant(s).




TO:
Kristen M. Carey a/k/a Kristin
M. Carey- ADDRESS UN-
KNOWN 6UT WHOSE LAST
KNOWN ADDRESS IS: 7908
Lola Circle, Navarre, FL
32566
Residence unknown, if living, in.
cludingan unknown s pus of
the said Defendants if either
has remarried and if either or
oth of said Defendants are
dead, their respective heirs, de-
vises, grantees, assignees,
creditors, lienors, and trustees,
and all other persons claiming
y, through, under or against
the named Defendant(s); and
the aforementioned named De-
fendant(s) and such of the afore-
mentioned unknown Defendants
and such of the aforementioned
unknown Defendants as may be
infants, incompetents or other-
wise not sui uris.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action has been com-
menced to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following real prop-
erty lying and being and situ-
aIed in Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida more particularly described
as follows:
LOT 16 BLOCK A VILLA DAN-
IELLE 1ST ADDITION AC-
CORDING TO THE MAP OR
PLATTHEREOF, AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK G, PAGE 18,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
more commonly known as
7908 Lola Circle, Navarre, FL
32566.
This action has been filed
against you and you are re.
quired to serve a copy of your
written defense, if any, upon
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LU, At-
torneys for Plaintiff whose ad-
dress is 10004 N. bale Maab
Hiahway, Suite 112, Tampa, Fl
33618, within thirty [30) days.
after the first publication of this
notice and file the original with
the clerk of this Court either be-
ore service on Plaintiff's attor-
ney or immediately there after
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court on the 18 day of De-
cember, 2008.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Circuit and County Courts
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Susan Land
Deputy Clerk
123108



Legal 12/1541
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08-215 CA
AURORA LOAN SERVICES
LLC
Plaintiff,
vs.


JASON OVERBAUGH, et al.,
Defendantss), ,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ppr-
suant o an Order or Final Judg-
ment Schedulina Foreclosure
Sale entered on December 17,
2008 in this case now pending
in said Court, he style of whic
is indicated above
I will sell to the highest and best
ider tar cash in the SANTA
ROSA COUNTY COURT-
HOUSE, 6865 Ciroline
Street, Milton, Florida
32570, at 11:00 a.m., on the
26 day of January 2009, the
following descr be property as
set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment. to-wit:


LOT 40, BLOCK B, TIDAL
BAY - PHASE I, A
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOP-
MENT LYING IN SECTION
1, 12AND 13, TOWNSHIP
1 SOUTH RANGE 28
WEST, ACCORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
D, PAGE 76 OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
ANY' OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
ENTERED at SANTA ROSA
CounEty, Florida, this 18 day of
DECEMBER, 2608.
Mary M. Johnson
As Clerk Circuit Court
SANTA ROSA, Florida
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Susan Land
As Deputy Clerk
123108
010709
12/1 541

Legal 12/1542
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF


COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH, RANGE 28 WEST,
SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; THENCE SOUTH
89 DEGREES 45 MINUTES
16 SECONDS EAST ALONG
THE SOUTH UNE THEREOF
1250.00 FEET- THENCE
NORTH 00 DEGREES 14
MINUTES 44 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE EAST-
ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
OF ST. JAMES STREET
(50.00 FOOT
IGHT-OF-WAY) AND AN
EXTENSION THEREOF
331.06 FEET TO AN INTER-
SECTIONI OF THE NORTH-


tiff and LAURA E. PALMER; Ml. IS) IN POSSESSION OF THE
CHAEL TODD PALMER; NA- SUBJECT PROPERTY are De.
TIONAL CITY BANK; are pendants. I will sell to the highest
Defendants I will sell to the and best bidder for cash at the
highest and best bidder for cash NORTH FRONT STEPS OF
atSTEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA COURTHOUSE at the Santa
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at Rosa County Courthouse, in Mil-
11 00AM on the 19 day of ton, Florida, at 11:00 am. on
February, M009 the following the 19 day of February, 2009,
described property as set forth the following described prop-
in said Final Judgment: erty as set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
PORTION OF SECTION 24,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, LOT 58 OF CRESTLINE A
RANGE 29 WEST, AND IN SUBDIVISION OF A P6R-
SECTION19, TOWNSHIP 3 TION OF SECTION 16,
NORTH, RANGE 28 WEST TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
SANTA ROSA COUNTY' RANGE 28 WEST, AC-
FLORIDA, DESCRIBED AS CORDING TO THE PLAT
FOLLOWS: THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK B, PAGE 35.


ON FILE WITH THE CLERK
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE US PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE,
If you are a person with a Diso-
bilities who need any accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceeding you are entitled
at no cost to you to the provi-
sions of certain assistant please
contact Susan Land at 6865
Caroline Street Milton, FL
32570, 850-983-1012 within
2 working days of this receipt
of this document. If you are
hearing or Voice impaired call
1-80 55-8771.
Dated this 18 day of December,
2008.
Mary M. Johnson
Cler Of The Circuit Court
CIRCUITCOURT SEAL


EARLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE BEGIN AT A SOUTHEAST
OF CYNTHIA STREET CORNER Of SAID SECTION
(50.00 FOOT 24 TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RIGHT-OF-WAY) AND SAID RANGE 29 WEST; THENCE
EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY GO SOUTH 89 DEGREES 38
UNE OF ST. JAMES STREET; MINUTES 16 SECONDS
THENCE NORTH 49 DE- EAST ALONG THE SOUTH
GREES 24 MINUTES 35 ULINE OF SAID SECTION 19,
SECONDS EAST ALONG TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
SAID NORTHERLY RANGE 28 WEST, FOR A
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE DISTANCE OF 88.63 FEET
555.01 FEET TO THE POINT TO THE WESTERLY RIGHT
OF BEGINNING* THENCE OF WAY LINE OF HIGH-
CONTINUE NORTH 49 DE- WAY 89(100 FOOT RIGHT
GREES 24 MINUTES 35 OF WAY); THENCE GO
SECONDS EAST ALONG NORTH 00 DEGREES 12
SAID NORTHERLY MINUTES 30 SECONDS
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE EAST ALONG SAID WEST-
122.10 FEET, THENCE ERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE,
NORTH 35 DEGREES 13 FOR A DISTANCE OF
MINUTES 00 SECONDS 613.70 FEET; THENCE DE-
WEST 131.21 FEET; PARTING SAID RIGHT OF
THENCE SOUTH 48 DE- WAY, GO NORTH 89 DE-
GREES 19 MINUTES 58 GREES 51 MINUTES 36
SECONDS WEST 122.34 SECONDS WEST FOR A
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 35 DISTANCE OF 1414.78
DEGREES 13 MINUTES 00 FEET TO THE WEST UNE OF
SECONDS EAST 128.90 THE EAST HALF OF THE
FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF
GINNING. SAID SECTION 24- THENCE
A/K/A GO SOUTH 01 DEGREE 10
MINUTES 47 SECONDS
5477 Cynthia St WEST ALONG SAID WEST
Milton, TL 32583 UNE, FOR A DISTANCE OF
613.80 FEET TO THE
at public sale, to the highest SOUTH UNE OF SAID SEC-
an best bidder, for cash Front TION 24- THENCE GO
steps of the Santa Rosa County SOUTH 89 DEGREES 52
Courthouse, Milton, Florida a MINUTES 29 SECONDS
at 11:00 o'clock, A.M, on Feb. EAST ALONG SAID SOUTH
ruary 19, 2009. UNE, FOR A DISTANCE OF
1336.55 FEET TO THE
DATED THIS 18 DAY OF DE- POINT OF BEGINNING.
CEMBER, 2008. LESS AND EXCEPT: A PAR-
CEL OF LAND LOCATED IN
Anyperson claiming an interest SECTION 24 TOWNSHIP 3
in the surplus from the sale, if NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST,
any, other than the property AND IN SECTION 19,
owner as of the date of te lis TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH
pendens must file a claim RANGE 28 WEST SANTA
within 66 days after the sale. ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA,
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
Witness, my hand and seal of LOWS:
this court on the 18 day ofDe. COMMENCE AT THE
member, 2008, SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 24, THENCE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT GO SOUTH 89 DEGREES 38
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL MINUTES 16 SECONDS
By Angela Dunn EAST ALONG THE SOUTH
Deputy Clerk INE OF SAID SECTION 19
FOR A DISTANCE OF 88.63
Law Offices of Daniel C. Con- FEET TO THE WESTERLY
sue ra RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
9204 King Palm Drive HIGHWAY 89 (100 FOOT
Tampa, FL 33619-1328 RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE
Phone: 813-915-8660 GO NORTH 00 DEGREES
Attorneys for Plaintiff 12 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID WEST-
In accordance with the ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
American with Disabilities FOR A DISTANCE OF
Act of 1990, persons 463.70 FEET TO THE POINT
needling a specialaccom- OF BEGINNING; THENCE
modation toparticiRate in CONTINUE ALONG SAID
this proceeding should WESTERLY, RIGHT-OF-WAY
contact the ASACoordina- LINE NORTH 00 DEGREES
t/r no later than seven (7) 12 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
ays prior to the pro- EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF
ceedinas. If hearing im- 150.00 FEET; THENCE DE-
paired, please call 800) PARTING * SAID
955-9771 (TDD) or (80) RIGHT-OF-WAY- GO
955-8770 (voice, via For- NORTH 89 DEGREES 51
ida Relay Service. MINUTES 36 SECONDS
WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF
123108 589.98 FEET, THENCE GO
010708 SOUTH 00 DEGREES 12
12/1542 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
_______ ~WEST A DISTANCE OF
144.96 FEET- THENCE GO
Legal 12/1543 SOUTH 89 DEGREES 22
MINUTES 14 SECONDS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF EAST A DISTANCE OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 590.00 FEET TO SAID
CUlT, IN AND FOR SANTA WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA LINE OF HIGHWAY 89
CASE NO: AND THE POINT OF BE-
2008-1289-CA-01MTG GINNING.
GREEN TREE SERVICING, A/K/A 8617 HIGHWAY
LLC 89, MILTON, FL 32570
F/K/A GREEN TREE FINAN- '
CIAL SERVICING CORP. Any person claiming an
1400 Turbine Drive Suite interest in the surplus
200 frm tne sale, if any,
Rapid City, SD 57703, other than the prer
Owner as of the date of
Plaintiff, the Lis Pendens must file a
v. claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WALTER M. BERRY,
SUSAN J BERRY WITNESS MY HAND and the
CITI FINANCIAL INC AS SUC seal of this Court on December
CESSOR BY MERGER TO AS- 18,2008.
SOCIATES FINANCIAL SER-
VICES COMPANY, INC., Mar M. Johnson
CHRYSLER FINANCIAL CiOM- Cera of the Circuit Court
PANY LLC. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Defendants'. By: Angea Dunn
Deputy Clerk
JNOTCE SALE 123108
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 010709
THAT, pursuant to Plaintiff's Fi- 12/J15M4
nal Summary JudgmenI Of Fore-
closure entered in the _______
above-captioned action, I will
sell the property silualed in Lega 2/1545
Sontla Rosa Counly, Florida de- -
scribed as follows, to wit: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
LOT 18, KIMBERLY ESTATES 1 UDALCIRCUIT
SUBDI ACUBDMSION COUNTY, FLORIDA
LYING IN SET1ON 6 TOWN- CIVIL DIVISION
SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 27 CASE NO.:
WEST AND IN SECTION 31, 57-2008CA-001414 "
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE " ""- " "C 0
27 WEST SANTA ROSA HSBC MORTGAGE SERVICES,
COUNTY FLORIDA ACCORD. INC
ING T6 MAP OR PLAT Ft-lf
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK D PAGE 22 OF vs
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY- TOGETHER WITH DAVID HAMILTON BAXTER II;
THAT CERtAIN 1999" , SUMMIT UNKNOWN SPOUSE FOR DA-
MOBILE HOME 56 X 28 MO- VIDHAMILTON BAXTER It;
BILE HOME SERIAL NUMBER UNKNOWN TENANT IN-
H 55486GRL. vKNM\AWM TCNIANT r IN | urS


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WENDELL HALL SHERIFF OF 325 o7au-a8,9-iL wirinn THE FIST JUDICIAL CI- do
SANTA ROSA COUNF, FLOOR. 2 working days of this receipt CUlT OF THE STATE OF
IDA of this document. If you are FLORIDA, IN AND FOR M/
By: Rosie Rogers hearing or Voice impaired call SANTA ROSA COUNTY C
Rosie Rogers 1800955.8771. CIVIL DIVISION CII
Depu eriff ICASE NO. 08 1465 CA 01 By:
Deputy eriff WITNESS my hand and the seal MTGB De
IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE- of this Court this 18 day of De-
QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM- camber, 2008. U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSO- 12
MODATIONS OR TO AR- CIATION ND, 01
RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP- MarM. J nson Plaintiff, 12
ERTY PLEASE CONTACT JAN- As lerk of tea Court vs -
ICE PLAT C 850L 983-1281 AT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
LEAST S EVEN 7I DAYS PRIOR By Susan Land MARLIN S. CAMPBELL- THE Lea
TO THE SALE DATE As Deputy Clerk UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF IN
MARLIN S. CAMPBELL; BAR- TH
123108 123108 BARA A. CAMPBELL; THE UN- CL
010708 010709 KNOWN SPOUSE OF BAR- RG
011409 12/1539 BARA A, CAMPBELL; IF LIVING, C1
012109 INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN CA
12/1537 Legal 12/1540 SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND- 57
_______egl_______ANTISI, IF REMARRIED AND IF DF
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1st DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE D
Legal 12/1538 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR- UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVSEES, W
IDA IN AND FOR SANTA GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, pli
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ROSA COUNTY CREDITORS LIENORS ANd
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Case #: TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER .
IN AND FOR SANTAROSA 2008-CA-001571 PERSONS CLAIMING BY vs
COUNTY FLORIDA Division #: A THROUGH UNDER OR A
CIVIL DIVISION UNC: AGAINST tHE NAMED DE-
CASEL DISIO N O - FENDANTIS) ; UNKNOWN
57-2008-CA-001673 WM Specially Mortgage, TENANT ; UNKNOWN
COUNTRYWIDE HOME Plai'niff, Defendant(s)
IOANS INC -vs.- .MnIT... e, NC


vs.

JASON W, COX, ot al,
Defendants.
NO:CE-OFEACTQON
TO:


Kristen M Carey a/k/a Kristin
M. Carey; Villa Danielle Notice is herebygiven that pur
Homeowners Association, Inc.; suani to a Fina' SLummary judg-
Unknown Parties in Possession menl of Foreclosure entered in
#i; Unknown Parties in Posses- the above-styled cause, in the
sion #2; If living, and all Un. Circuit Court of Santa Rosa
known Parlies claiming ty, County, Florida, I will sell I the
through, under and against he property situate in Santa Rosa
above named Defendanil(sl who County, Florida, described as:


Mor
De
ter
57
cui
Cir
Cc
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public sale, to the highest
d best bidder, for cash at the
r eanta

:00 AM (CST on the 21
y of January, 2009.

ARY M. JOHNSON
erk of the Circuit Court
rICUIT COURT SEAL
: J. Watkins
puty Clerk
3108
0709
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gal 12/1544
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
IE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
lIT IN AND FOR SANTA
)SA COUNTY, FLORIDA
VIL ACTION
!SE NO.
'-2008-CA-001460
VISION B
ELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
linliff,


URA E. PALMER, et al,
fendant(s).
I OF FORECLOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
antl to a Final Judgmen of
ortgoge Foreclosure dated
cember 17, 2008 and en.-
red in Case No.
-2008CA-01460 of the Cir
t Court of the FIRST Judicial
cuil in and for SANTA ROSA
unlty, Florida, wherein WELLS
RGO BANK, NA, is the Plain-


SESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY,
Defendants.
NOC F LRECOSURE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judament oa
Foreclosure dated lie 17 day of
December, 2008, and entered
in Case No.
57-2008.CA-Q01414 of the
Circuit Court of he 1ST Judicial
Circuit in and for Santo Rosa
County Florida wherein HSBC
MORTGAGE SERVICES, INC. is
the Plaintiff and DAVID HAMIL-
TON BAXTER II; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE FOR DAVID HAMIL-
TON BAXTER, II UNKNOWN
TENANT; JOH DOE- JANE
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TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
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ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA;
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK F PAGE 75 OF THE
PUBUC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY.
Any person claiming an interest
in he surlu trom the sole, it
any other than the aro ert
owner as at the date is pend-
ens, must tile a claim within 60
days tter the sale.
MARY M JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
12-19-08
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT persons with disabili-
ties needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
123108
010709
12/1547


County, Florida.
DATED this 18 day of Decem-
ber, 2008.
MARY M, JOHNSON Clerk
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Susan Land
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with The Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Su-
sanan Land not later than seven
(7 days prior to the proceeding
at 6865 Caroline Street, Milton
Florida. Call 904-623-013
Ext. #102 or 1-800-955-8770
Ivoicel via Florida Relay Serv-
ice.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
123108
010709
12/1546


Legal 12/1547
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO:2000 740
CA01
FIRST NATIONWIDE MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION
PLAINTIFF
VS.


By: Angela uunn DALYN J. WILSON SR. IF UV
Deputy Clerk NG, AND IF DEA6 THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE HEIRS, DE-
123108 VISEES GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
010709 EES LIENORS, CREDITORS
12/1545 TRUSTEES ANb ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER-
EST BY THROUGH UNDER
-OR AGAINST DALYN J. WIL-
Legal 12/1546 SON, SR.; ANGELA K. WIL-

THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TOUE HEIRS DEVISEES
INAND FORSANTA ROSA GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
COUNTY FLORIDA LIENORS CREDITORS TRUS-
GENERAL JURISDICTION TEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
DMrSION CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY
Case No. THROUGH, UNDER OR
57-2008-CA-000654 AGAINST ANGELA K. WIL-
SON; JOHN DOE AND JANE
COUNTRYWIDE HOME DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN-
LOANSINC. ANTS IN POSSESSION
Plaintiff,N DEFENDANT(S) .
vs. RE-NQTICE OF FORECLO-
STACIE S. GORE, et al., SURE SALE
Defendants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
N CE OF FORECLOSUIRE suant to an Order Granting the
NOTICE OF FORECLOSUREMotion to Reset Foreclosure
SALE Sale dated December 17,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 2008 entered in Civil Case No.
pursuant to a Summary Final 2000740 CA01 of the Circuit
judgment of Foreclosure Includ- Court of the 1ST JudicialCircuit
ing Award of Attorneys'Fees in ad for SANTA ROSA
and Costs dated December 17, Count-, Milton, Florida, I will
2008 entered in Cose No. selllto'he highest and best bid-
57-20tb8CAA00654 of the Cir der for cash at The Front Steps
cuit Court of the 1ST Judicial of the SANTA ROSA County
Circuit in and for Santa Rosa Courthouse, 6865 Caroline
County Florida ,,hrei;n Street, Milton Florida, at 11:00
COUNTRYWIDE Hi-,,: am.on the N8 dayo dfJanuary
LOANS, INC. is the i i.,,,r,. 2009 the following described
and STACIE S. GORE and properly as set forth in said
GORE unknown spouse of Summary Final Judgment,
STACIE S. GORE, if remarried; to-wit:
JOHN DOE and JANE DOE , RIVERSIDE LND-
is/are Defendants, I will sell to LOT 1, RIVERSIDE LAND-F
the highest and best bidder for TING O A SUBDSION OF A
cash, at on the front steps of thePO TION OF SECTION 8,
Santa Rosa County Courthouse
in the City of Milton, Florida at
11:00 clock A.M, onThurs
day, the 19 day of February, J tfJ
2009, the following described
property, as set forth in said Divorce $149, Wills 130
Summary Final JudaIment of a iNm e4
Foreclosure Including Award of Name Change s49
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Legal 12/1548
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No.:
57-2008-CP-382
IN RE: ESTATE OF
"C" "G" LAWLER,

Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administra-
aioi ' c, ' Lole, de-
ceased File Number
57-2008-CP-382, by the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division the
address of which is 6865 Caro-
line Street, Milton Florida
32570; that the decedent's
date of death was September
23, 2008; that the only estate
asset is exempt homestead
pro erty and that the names
and address of those to whom it
has been assigned by such or-
der are:
NAME
Bobby C. Lawler
ADDRESS
764S6Tawler Lane
Million, FL 32570
NAME
Karen Diane Simmons
ADDRESS
7608U awler Lane
Milton, FL 32570
NAME
Marta Carolyn Locklin
ADDRESS
T51 T Munson Hwy.
Milton, FL 32570
NAME
Gregory Creighton Lawler
ADDRESS
-7:*Lawler Lane
' hii.: .., FL 32570
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent other
than those for whom provision
for full payment was made in
the Order of Summary Adminis-
tration must file their claims with
tis court WITHIN THE TIEM PE-
RIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
TION 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED. NOTWITH-
STANDING ANY OTHER APPLL
CABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO YEAR OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this Notice is December 31,
2008.
Attorney for Person Giving No-
tice:
s/ Ray V. Andrews







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Lindsa & Andrews P.A
Post Office Box 580
Milton, Florida 32572
18501 623-3200
Florida Bar No.: 228291
Person Giving Notice:
/s Bobby C. Lawyer
Bobby C. Lawyer
123108
010709
12/1548


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 PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is December 31,
2008.


Legal 12/1549 Attorney for Personal Represent-
ative:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT s/Paul R. Green I
FOR SANTA ROSA Paul R. Green
COUNTY FLORIDA O Florida Bar No. 127448
PROBATE DIVISION Johnson & Green, P.A.
File No. 6850 Caroline Street
57-2008-CP-288 Milton, Florida 32570
Telephone: (850)
IN RE: ESTATE OF 623-3841
Stanley Kenneth Bohnhoff Personal Representative:
a.k.a. Stanley K. Bohnhoff So/h B oke Allison
Deceased. Brooe Allison Bohnhoff
78-122 Mana Opelu
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Lane
TICE TO CREDITOR Holuaoa, Hawaii 96725
The administration of the estate
of Stanle Kenneth 123108
Bhnl a.ca. Seanley K.010709
Bohn deceased, whose 49
!ate oeah was 1
is endi ine Circuit
Court tor Santa Rosa County,
Florida, roate vision, the Legal 12/1550
address of which is 62C,
l ineSht hMiltConMFlo IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
e names an FOR SANTA ROSA
esses he personal rep COUNTY, FLORIDA
resentative and the personal PROBATE DIVISION
- ep'eseretative's attorney are set Fie No, 57-2008-CP-393
All creditors of the decedent IN RE: ESTATE OF
and other persons having claims
Sordemands against decedents welA. Summerlin
estate on whom a cpy of th a Jewel Adams
notice is required to be served Summerlin a.k.a. Jewel
must file their claims with this 3
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 ed.
MONTHS AFTER THE TliE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF The administration of the estate
ACOPYOFTHISNO1TCEON ofw
A ercreditorsof thedece- m k
S dent and other persons having Mev deceased, whose de
claims or demands against o dealh was A t
decedent's estate must file Itheir 2008 is endin W e Circuit
claims with this court aWITHIN 3 or Couty,
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Florida, be vision, the
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF dress of which is
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id 32570. The names and Legal 12/1551
a res"Se0tlte personal repre-
sentative and tie personal IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
representative's attorney are set FOR SANTA ROSA
forth below. COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
All creditors of the decedent Case No.:
and other persons aving claims 57-2008-CP-395
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this IN RE: ESTATE OF
notice is required to be served Billie Jo Watts,
must file their claims with this Deceased.
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF TO C EDITORS
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF )US u m m a r y
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF Administration)
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OFTHISNOTICE ON TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
THEM. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
All other creditors of the dece- ESTATE:
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against You are hereby notified that an
decedent's estate must file their Order of Summary Administra-
claims with this court WITHIN 3 tion has been entered in the es-
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF tote of Billie Jo Watts, de-
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ceased File Number
THIS NOTICE. 57-200.-CP-395, by the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Florida, Probate Division Ihe
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS address of which is 6865 Caro-
SET FORTH IN SECTION line Street, Milton Florida
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA 32570 that the decedent's
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- date of death was April 24,
EVER BARRED. 2007; that the only estate asset
is exempt homestead property
NOTWITHSTANDING THE andthatthenamesandaddress
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH of those to whom it has been as-
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED signed by such order are:
TWO |21 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE NAME
OF DEATH IS BARRED. Medley
The date of first publication of 6790Venlura Blvd.
this notice is December 31, Milton, FL 32583
2008.'
Attorney for Personal Represent. Mnia Gibson
alive: ADDESS
/s/PAUL R. GREEN Bagdad, FL 32530
Paul R. Green
Florida Bar No. 127448 NAE
Johnson& reen, PA. Morris Danks
o 0 Carone Seet ADDRESS
Milton, Florida 32570 5324 Black Gate Rd.
Telephone: (850) Milton, FL 32583
62 -3841 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE


Personal Representative:
/s/BETTIE J. POUND
SBety J. Pound a.k.a Bettie
6260 Callie Street
Milton, Florida 32570
123108
010709
12/1550


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NOTIFIED THAT the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida Probate Divi.
All creditors oft he estateof the sion the address of which is P.
decedent and persons having 0. Box 472, Milton, Florida
claims or demands a ainst the 32572 The nomes and ad-
estate of the deced nt other dresses of the personal repre-
than those for whom provision tentative and the personal
for full payment was made in representative's attorney are set
the Order of Summary Adminis- forth below.
ration must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE TIEM PE- ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
RIODS SET FORTH IN SEC- NOTIFIED THAT:
TION 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE. All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS or demands against decedents
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- estate, including unmatured
EVER BARRED. NOTWITH- contingent or unliquidatec
STANDING ANY OTHER APPJ- claims, on whom a copy of this
CABLE TIME PERIOD ANY notice is served must file their
CLAIM FILED TWO YEAR OR claims with this court WITH THE
MORE AFTER THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU-
IS BARRED. CATION OF THIS NOTICE O'
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
The date of first publication of OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
this Notice is December 31, THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
2008.
All other creditors of the dece-
Attorney for Person Giving No- dent and persons having claims
lice: or demands against the
decedent's estate, imciudin un-
/s/ROY V. ANDREWS matured contingent or unlaui-
Roy V. Andrews dated claims, must file thoir
Lindsav & Andrews, P.A claims with this Court WITHIN
Post Office Box 58 THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
Milton, Florida 32572 DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
18501 623-3200 TION OF THIS NOTICE.
Forida Bar No.:.22 LL8291 CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
Person Giving Notice: WILL BE FOREVER BARRED,
/s/MANYA MEDLEY The date of the first publication
Manya Medley of this Notice is the 31 day of
1231 December, 2008.
010709 JUDITH A. HERSEY
12/1551 5645 Brooks Lane
Pace, Florida 32571
Personal Representative of the
Legal 12/1552 Estate of Patricia M. Hersey
IN TE CIRIT CRT MARK LEE SMITH, ESQ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MARK LEE SMITH, P.A.
FOR SANTA RIOSA 224 East Garden Street
COUNT FLORIDOA Pensacola Florida 32502
PROBATE DIVISION O 850.4691677
FILE2007-CP-324 Florida Bar No. 656690
IN RE: ESTATE OF PATRICIA Attorney for Personal Represent-
M. HERSEY, alive
Deceased 123108
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 52
The administration of the estate
of PATRICIA M. HERSEY, de-
ceased Case Number
57-200&CP-324, is pending in
1170_
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Milton
Commercial build-
ings on Stewart
Street. 5 offices, recep-
tion area and receptionist
area. $900 month.
623-3300

SEVERAL OFFICES
TO CHOOSE FROM.
Great area, totally
remodeled, excellent
environment, utilities
included. From $295 &
up. 255-4004





2 bedroom, 1 bath
duplex. All utilities paid
except electric. Nice, big
lot, large trees. Stove and
refrigerator included.
Dead end street, Wash-
er/dryer hookup. $550
rent, $300 deposit.
723-3834


For Rent
5789 Eagle Dr.
Newer 2/2 duplex
with 1 car garage.
$650/$600
GECPM
(850) 439-3007
(850) 777-9214


Milton
1 bedroom, 1 bath,
downstairs duplex. Quiet,
safe area. 1 block of Mil-
ton Courthouse 5189
Santa Rosa Street - A.
$390 month. 291-7465


Milton
DECEMBER SPE-
ICAL
1/BR furnished partitial
util paid No dogs. Has
lauridryroom, in ground
swimming pool, in
walking distance to
stores, restaurants, etc.
$650 plus $350 de-
posit w/coupon. Em-
erald Sands 712-9968


Milton
DECEMBER SPE-
ICAL
1/BR furnished No
dogs. Has laun-
dryroom, in ground
. swimming pool, in
walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
$475 plus $350 de-
posit w/coupon. Emer-
ald Sands 712-9968


Milton
DECEMBER SPE-
ICAL
2/BR, 1/BA unfur-
nished. No dogs. Has
laundryroom, in ground
swimming pool, in
walking distance to
stores, restuarants, etc.
$550 plus $350 de-
posit w/coupon. Em-
erald Sands 712-9968


Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral
ceilings, large kitchen,
laundryroom. No Dogs
$600 plus $350 de-
posit discount with cou-
pon. 712-9968


Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs with
balcony. Water included.
No dogs. $650 plus
$350 deposit, discount
with coupon. 712-9968

Near Whiting
2 bed, 1 bath duplex.
$425 month, $425 dep.
Water and garbage
included. Call Don
Cumbie Realty.
626-8959 / 377-6787

Pace
Fourplex. All ceramic tile
floors. Cathedral ceiling.
Stove, fridge, d/w.
Non-smoking unit. $570
month. Includes garbage
p/u and grass cutting.
626-2928.


SPECIAL
2 bedroom, 1 bath. Very
nice, quiet. $450 month,
$350 deposit. Move in
by January 1st, $200
discount. 626-6638


Pace
*3/2 Home 3 bedrooms, 2 bath
5145 Trenton Dr. house with fenced back
in Pace $850. yard and 1 car garage.
*4/2 Home $750 month/$400 de-
3159 Waterview Dr. posit. No pets. Please
in Milton $1,400. call (850) 377-0420
*4/2 Home 6027
- Meursalt Rd. in Milton H HARBPace
$1200. NORTH HARBOR
*3/1 Home 4641 Geri SUBDIVISION
St. in Milton $800. 3971 High Bridge Dr.
*3/2 Home 6710 Ce- 3 bedrooms, 2 baths.
dar Ridge Cir. in Milton $1,450 month.
$950. Call Barrons Realty
*4/3 Home Arnies 934-2588
Way in Milton $1200. RENT TO OWN
S *3/2 Home 5476 Oak All credit considered.
Meadows in Milton Brand new construction
$1250. homes. 3, 4, 5 bedroom
*2/1 Duplex 5892 Au- / 2 bath. You choose the
dubon B1 in Pensacola colors. $895 mo. to
$550. $1,495 mo. Call
*4/2 Home Kelvin Ter- 520-360-1893
race in Pensacola
$1000.
*3/2 Home 4821
Makenna Cir. in Pace 6160
$1200. E. Milton
*4/3 Mobile Home ROOM FOR RENT
9573 S Trace Rd. in All utilities included.
East Milton $900. $300 month, $100 dep.
*3/2 Home 6569 Star- Call Frank at 346-4789
board Dr in Milton Milton
$850. Large Room, includes
*3/1 Holm 5416 Ca- utilities, washer/dryer,
mille Gardens in Milton share kitchen, near Kings
$725, Middle School. $80-
*2/2 Home 7867 S $100 per week, plus de-
Airport Rd in Milton posit. 626-2786 or
$800. 982-3176
*3/2 Mobile Home 982-3176
6447 Stanley Cir. in
Milton $650. j1
*2/1 Home 6737 Ven- 6170
tura Blvd in Milton 1 bedroom. Ideal
$400. for single. Located on
Santa Rosa Realty Avalon Blvd. 626-8973
623-0077 2 bedroom 1 bath.
3 bedrooms, 1 bath. 24x36 screened front
$700 month, $500 dep. porch. Water and gar-
SPECIAL - pay 1/2 rent bage furnished. 5583
& full deposit and move North Airport Road.
in the month of Decem- $550. month. $550 de-
baer. 623-4127 posit. 626-3454
3 bedrooms, 1 bhath. 2 bedroom 1 bath.
3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Water and garbage fur-
Downtown, newly nh N eghb
remodeled. $650 month. wished. Nice neighbor-
16569 ~ hood. 6576 DaLisa
516-5696 Road. $500 month.
6549 Sinclair Street $500 deposit. 626-3454
3 bedrooms, 2 bath with 2 bedroom/2 bath mo-'
extra large shop. $695 bile home on private lot.
month, $500 deposit. No $525 month. Total elec-
pets 512-9293 tric. 6252 Morgan Ct.
7255 Birdie Lane $250 deposit. Baycrest
Newer home near Whit- Realty 994-7918
ing Field. 3 bedrooms, 2 2 bedrooms, 1 bath
bath. Open floor plan, mobile home with central
large extra room. No air & heat. Includes all
pets. $795 month, $600 utilities. Located on 1/2
deposit. 512-9293 acre. $600 month. Call
For-ent Roy at (850) 623-9112
7050 enDr. 3 bedroom/2 bath,
7050Nice 4/2as home in Dr. fenced yard, outside
Nice 4/2 home in ildi. $495
Milton. Close to building. $495
Whiting Field. month/S495 security.
$1,195/$1,200 626-8959 Don Cumbie
GECPM Realty
(850) 439-3007 2/2, total electric.
(850) 777-9214 East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
HOUSE FOR RENT 3/2, 16 X 80.
2 bedrooms, central heat Many extras. East Gate
& air. Garage fur- Mobile Home Ranch.
nished. 994-5023 626-89731
Milton BE HOME FOR
2 bedroom, 2 bath CHRISTMAS
with fireplace, washer & 3 bedroom, 2 bath in
dryer and full kitchen ap. quiet Park. Sewer and
pliances on 1/2 acre of garbage included. No
land. $675 month, pets. Non-smoking envi-
Available immediately. ronment. $635 plus dep.
564-0451 626-1552
Milton FOR RENT OR SALE -
3/1.5 bath, stove 2005, 3 bedroom FEMA
and refrigerator, mobile home. East Gate
6224 Glenwood Mobile Home Ranch.
$700/mth, $700/dep. 626-8973
623-4626 or 777-9701 Jay/Milton/Pace
Milton- 3br, 1ba, Nice Rentals2& 3 bed-
brick home, Intersection rooms. $400-$650 per
87/ 89, just 3 miles month.Seciorn 8/Hud ac-
south of Whiting Field. cepted. Call 994-5703
Fridge/ w/d included Milton
$700 mo +sd 682-8483 850 sq. ft. mobile
or 865- 3421 home on almost
Milton1/2 acre, fenced
Milton on Burbank Dr. $400
6332 Greenwood Dr. month. Call after 5pm.
3 bedrooms, 2 baths 418-2669 or 346-3007
with 2 car garage on.
1 acre. F/R CH & A. Milton
$800 dep., $995 rent. MOBILE HOMES FOR
(neg.) 623-3339 RENT. Between $300 &
$400 a month.368-7506
Milton or 983-7259
6444 Cypress Street Milton
3/1.5 with fenced yard, Pollard MnobileHome
carport & outside build- ar be ho-
ing. $700 month, $350. Park. 2 ed, 1 bath. To-
ing. $700 month, $ tal electric. Water & gar-
deposit. 501-2161 bage furnished. $435.
Milton rent, $200 dep. Baycrest
Cute Cottage, 1 bed- Realty 994-7918
room, 1 bath. Washer/ Milton
dryer hookup. Quiet Quiet Clean Park
neighborhood, near bike Rent includes water, gar-
trail. Non-smoking envi- bage and lawn service.
ronment. $450 month, No Pets.
$450 down. 623-8365 2/2 for $450/month.
Milton 2/2 for $350/month
FOR RENT Call 698-4582
3bed/bathl-Electric, car- Mobile home, camper.
pet, fenced, large work- Sleeps 6 this camper is
shop with electric. $750 set up similar to a studio
month/$750 dep. Close apartment on private lot
to Whiting, Interstate with shed. FREE TV/ CA-
and Shopping. BLE. Pay electric only.
6241 Glenwood Drive. $450. month, no security
850-291-0385 deposit. 776-1180
North Milton N. Milton
House for rent. 6843 2 bed/1 bath.
Chuckwagon Lane. -14 X 60. 6549 Stanley
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total Circle. Private lot.
electric. $750 month, No pets. $500 month,
$300 dep. Baycrest Re- $250 deposit. Baycrest
alty 994-7918 Realty 994-7918


Pace ONLY FOURTEEN
2 bedroom, 1 bath PAYMENTS LEFT.
mobile home with fenced Make one and move in.
yard. $450 month, $450 850-682-3344
deposit. Don Cumbie Own your own land
Realty. 626-8959 or have family land?
----------Call Clayton Homes, 0%
W. Milton down, all credit OK.
3/2,14X70. Total 850-682-3344
electric. No pets. Take over payments!
5073 Ridgeway Blvd. Bad credit, no problem.
$625 month, $300 dep. Take over payments on
Baycrest Realty a 3 bedroom, 2 bath.
994-7918 Call for details.
850-682-4284


| 7120,
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Route 87.
850-982-9312
RAL EVA7- FOR SALE
7100 - Homes
7105 - Open Houses 7160
7110 - Beach Home/ 7
Property 2 bedrooms, 1 bath.
7120-Commercial Water & garbage incl.
7130- Condo/Townhouse No pets. $375 month,
7140 - Farms & Ranches $300 deposit, 675-6614
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes Double wide 28'x80'
7170 - Waterfront for $22K. Call for details
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7200 - Timeshare



2008 blow outl Must
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Foreclosure sale
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Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney Rd
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, corner
FP w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
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link back yard perfect
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1999 CHEVY CAVILER.
Parting out. 377-4611

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8110 | |1 8120
CASH PAID
for junk cars or trucks.
Running or not.
Call: 983-9527
or 723-5048
Jeep Grand
Cherokee
Limited 4x4


Mazda Miata
MX5 2006
29K Mi., Factory warr.,
auto. Appearance pkg,
6 disc CD, 17" wheels,
power windows/locks,
Many upgrades,
$16,995 obo. -
Call 934-5610


Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K mi,
ext war, CD changer, sat-
ellite radio, white w/ blk
soft top (619) 204-1406


2001 8130
39K miles, leather, CD 1986 Chevrolet 1 ton
hanger, moonroof. dump mulch box truck.
Loaded 573-310-3382 Fresh 350 motor PTO &
S.... , . , hydrolics work great
S r (850) 723-3834


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' 1999 HEVY CAVILER.
. ... .... .. Parting out. 377-4611




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Will build on Slab or Piers 27 Different Floor Plans to Choose
From 160,900 to 1136,900
A sample of our homes...
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Over 50 Years In Business Bellehaven
sit our. website www.steelehomes.cc Chadwick
Stratford
Norwood
S.S TEELE Mayfair
AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED Hampton

6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. * 477-7880 York
Toll Free (888) 231-1255 - t
CRC044810


12. Hit the runway
13. Costner's
Untouchables role
21. Iniquities
23. Bear with a hard bed
25. Love token
26. Dried plum
28. Web-footed Disney
heroine
30. Name of four Holy
Roman emperors
31. Day laborer
32. Fashion passions
33. The Munsters' pet
bat
34. Places on the ballot
35. Skid
38. Gives the nod
39. Maladies
41. Wrangler's pal
42. Elver's parents
45. Jane's Frasier role
47. Extraordinary things
48. Archie Bunker, e.g.
49. Wait
50. Lions' prides
51. Begin's Camp David
partner
52. Sate
53. Artifice
54. Taylor of Ransom
58. Water, to Pierre
59. Take the gold


43. Hindustani title
44. Artist Warhol
45. Tierra _ Fuego
46. Norwegian
48. Fragrant firs
52. "El de Coca
Cola"
54. Word in Bush's
infamous promise
55. Sheep's shout
56. Stringed instrument
57. Horse cry
59. Zephyr
60. Utilizer
61. Lock part
62. Inventor's start
63. Roman Polanski film
64. Simon's Plaza
65. Aerie

DOWN
1. Word on bottles of
concentrated
detergent
2. Plastic wrap brand
3. Amid
4. Provided sustenance
5. Did a cleaning job
6. Tony's cousin?
7. The Harder__ Fall
8. Dusk, to a poet
9. Thanksgiving menu
standard
10. Overflow
11. Dominant


s60,900
'64,600
'69,500
s74,500
s75,200
$78,700
$85,200


Lexington 1812 190,400
Pinebrook 1833 1102,200
Townsen 1691 O93,100
Fleetwood 1949 196,800
Executive 2215 '112,900
Regency 2495 '136,900
2&3 BDR Duplex's available


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Comew Om'Rqon See

Jerry Mitchell
General Sales Manager

07 Dodge Caliber

SXT 32K ......... $10,988

08 Pontiac G6 GT Sedan 5k

Like New Must See . .$16,988

01 Ford Cargo Van

Ready To Work ........ $3,995

01 Chevy 1500 Work Truck

Auto A/C ......... 3,995

06 Ford F350 Lariat Crew Cab Diesel

4x4 Dually Loaded ... . 19,988

05 Dodge Durango

Leather Loaded .... .10,988

08 Pontiac G6

GT 4 door 33k ..... .12,988

06 Ford F250 Lariat

Crew Cab Diesel 56k .$19,988

01 Lexus RX300

4 dr Utility Loaded & Clean$1 2,500

02 Nissan Xterra SE
Leather Clean ........ $7,988

02 F250 7.3 Diesel Dually

4 door ...... . . ... . 10,995

01 Chev 2500 Ext Cab

Duramax Diesel 4WD LS Pkg

Extra Clean ...... $15,988

04 Chev Avalanche 4x4

Sun Roof Leather Loaded .1 4,988

06 Ford F250 XLT Super Cab

Diesel 27k Like New . .$19,988

03 Nissan EXT Cab Fontier

5 speed 90k ...... . 7,500





McVAY MOTORS


www.McVayMotors.com
850-477-3860

6511 North W Street
at Marcus Point
Pensacola, FL a
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BB I Santa Rosa Press Gazette Local Wednesday, December 31, 2008


S cery Pace Location Only
Ortery 4025 Hwy 90
We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register

We Sell at Our Cost Plus a 10% Surcharge Added at the Register


SALE GOOD'UI]DECEMBER:1 31IE�e2008 :1 RU- JNURY � 00


Smoked Hog
Jowls


Sunnyland
Jumbo
Franks

98 16 oz


3 Pack
Fresh Pork
Spareribs
33lb



Thank You 4x6
Sliced Ham or
Turkey Breast
161 O


Aunt Bessie
Hand Cleaned
Chitterlings
618
5-lb


Georgia Special
Smoked
Sausage
*999
10 Ib pk


Lee
Boneless
Picnic Hocks
239
16 oz


Southern
Grown Fresh
Vine Ripe
Tomatoes

-763&pk


Viva
Towels
6 23
6 roll


New Crop
Russet Baking
Potatoes

26bag


Jiffy
Corn Muffin
Mix

43'8oz


Jim Dandy
Grits
Reg or Quick


Fresh Chilean
New Crop
White Seedless
Grapes
46 Ib


Scott
White
Bath Tissue

2 544-pk


Tetley Tea
Bags
11024
� 4 ct


Lance Home
Pack Crackers

8pk


Sunshine
Maintenance
Formula
Dog Food

12 45
,50 Ib


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grocery
L PIoutletS
SALE PRICES GOOD THRU JAN 6th
9BiBn 11 g"a2 191 4" 9FT"6


Cost includes freight, fee, and any associated expenses.

4025 HWY 90 * PACE
850-995-8778
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Family Pack
Ground Beef
119
~I lb


Whole
Fryers

88Bi


Sunset Farm
Fresh Sausage
Pattie
1606
i12 oz


Lee Hot or Mild
Roll Sausage
1 221
16 oz


Gwaltney
Bun Length
Great Dogs

298
3 Ib bag


Fresh Express
Caesar
Salad Kits

210 oz


Gain
Powdered
Detergent

563 oz


Crystalline
Fruit Drink
163
gal


Shurfine
Blackeye
Peas


Mt Olive
Sweet Relish
1011
16 oz


Mueller
Spaghetti or
Elbow
Macaroni

781.':


12 pack
Natures
Crystal Spring
Water
176
19.6 oz


Valu Time
Vegetable
Oil

S 48 oz


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Local


Wednesday, December 31, 2008


B8 I Santa Rosa Press Gazette