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Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: April 4, 2009
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586th Line Haulers keep on trucking'


By STAFF SGT. THOMAS DOSCHER
386th Air Expeditionary Wing

For the line haul truck-
ers of the 586th Expedition-
ary Logistics Readiness
Squadron, Khabari Cross-
ing, or "K-Crossing," as it's
known, is the final breath
before the plunge. A few
hundred yards further up
the road lies theIiraq-Kq-


wait border and past that
the threats they've be-
come familiar with over the
course of their rotation.
Functioning as a com-
bination rest stop and
inspection area, K-Cross-
ing is, the truckers' last.
chance to relax for a few
moments, check their gear
and vehicles and prepare
themselves for the convoy
ahead.


"Basically, this is a stag-
ing area before we head
in-country," said Tech,
Sgt. John C. Weaver, 586th
ELRS convoy commander
and native of Jay, Fla. "My
job right now is to get in the
staging line, wait for the
word to go and then we'll
go up to our first destina-
tion."
See LINE HAULERS A3


PHOTO BY SENIOR AIRMAN COURTNEY RICHARDSON
Special to the Press Gazette


Tech. Sgt. John Weaver, 586th Expedi-
tionary Logistics Readiness Squadron
convoy commander, provides the final
mission brief to all of the line haul truck-
ers and Soldiers providing convoy secu-
rity at Khabari Crossing, March 26. The
mission brief entails a safety briefing,
equipment check, weather briefing and
a security briefing given by the Army
security commander. Sergeant Weaver
is, currently deployed from Hulburt Field,
Fla. and is originally from Jay, Fla.


Navarre man charged


with DUI manslaughter


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
A Navarre man was arrested fol-
lowing a traffic crash Wednesday af-
ternoon on East Bay Blvd.
Joseph R. Stewart, 26, of Navarre,
was charged with DUI manslaughter,
DUI serious bodily injury, DUI prop-
erty damage, and vehicle manslaugh-
ter. He is booked into the Santa Rosa
County Jail under a $160,000 bond.
Stewart was east bound as he ap-
proached the intersection of Mossy
Oaks Drive when he allegedly applied
the brakes and veered to the left in
hopes of avoiding a collision with a
1996 Chevy driven by Bartholomew
R. Cole. *
Cole had started to make a left


turn onto Mossy Oaks Drive when
Stewart struck his vehicle.
Life Guard Paramedic Supervi-
sor Gerald Ward pronounced Cole,
of Gulf Breeze, dead at the scene at
3:22 p.m.
Jennifer Cole, 25, also of Gulf
Breeze sustained serious injuries
and was taken to Baptist Hospital,
while 19-year-old Joel E. Rodriguez
of Gulf Breeze was taken to Baptist,
Hospital after sustaining serious in-
juries as well.
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper
Matt Freeman stated in. the release
that witnesses reported Stewart was
fleeing from: the scene of a previous
traffic crash that he was involved
in on Highway 98 prior to this fatal
crash.


Avar C Picture is getting clearer
ew rovliers nm Santa Rosa County


By BILL GAMBLIfl
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
The job situation involving the
Santa Rosa County Schools is be-
coming a little more defined as they
are in the midst of planning budgets
,and looking at numbers for the 2009-
10 school year.
On Monday
)121 members of All.Ofthis
the Santa Rosa "ecl'nin r
County Educa- declningo
tion Support staff and that t
learned they
would not be re- be picking
turning next year
as the school dis- class next
trict continues to
make cuts. Lewi
Sources to the L
Press Gazette re- assistant superinte
ported that meet- with Santa Ros
ings were being
held to inform
those support staff personnel of the
changes as the Santa Rosa County
School'System is making cuts to deal
with what has been reported to be as
much as a 25-million dollar or more
deficit.
The cuts are also being felt at the
high schools as Central, Jay, Milton,
and Pace are looking to lose a com-
bined 50 teachers between the four.
"All of this is due to the declining
enrollment and that teachers will be
picking up an extra class next school
year," said Lewis Lynn, Assistant
Superintendent for Curriculum with
the Santa Rosa County Schools. "We
have been more conservative with
our estimates this year and we have
looked at several different variations
to see how steep the cuts would be."
Milton High School started 2009
with 111 teachers and is expected to
have only 82 on campus when school


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starts next year. Pace is in a similar
situation as a staff of 108 teachers is
being reduced to 88.
Jay and Central are not affected
as drastically, but they are still feel-
ing the pinch.
Central is set to go from 24 teach-,
ers to 23, while Jay is expected to
go from 32 to 29
teaching posi-
s due to the tions.
In Allentown
enrollment the pinch was
achers will felt even harder
as it is one of the
ip an extra schools losing an
,, administrative
school year. spot, while Mil-
ton has lost three
LynnH teachers during
the school year
dent for curriculum that have not
County Schools" been filled.
Many more
announcements
could be forthcoming as central of-
fice staff is still looking at cuts.
As far as the number of teach-
ers to be effected at each school, the
annual teachers appear likely to be
the first ones effected based on the
School Staffing Plan approved by the
board at their March meeting.
So far this year 41 teachers and
support staff personnel have decided
to retire or have accepted early re-
tirement incentives.
According to Lynn these retire-
ments and resignations helped re-
duce the 121 support staff positions
down to 104 affected by Monday af-
ternoon's news.
When talking about the numbers
for all the schools, Lynn stated this
was; information the central office
does not typically release and even
the Principals do not know how other
schools are going to be effected.


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Saturday, April 4, 2009


1941 to 2009
Annis "Ann" Polk Gay,
born Nov 4, 1941, passed
away Sunday, March 29,
2009 at Jay Hospital after
an extended illness.
Ann was preceded in
death by her parents-
Houston 'Crip' Polk and
Mary Elizabeth "Lib"
Moss Polk, son- Jerry
Dwayne Gay and
grandson-Michael Gay.
She is survived by
her devoted husband
of 53 years-Jimmie
D. Gay, sons-Jimmie
(Dawn) Gay, David Gay,
Ricky (Veronica) Gay;
daughter-Karen (Grover
Smith) Gay; brothers-
Curtis Polk, Earl (Grace)
Polk, Raymond (Lisa)
Polk, Tudie (Carolyn)
Polk; sister-Mildred
(Jerry) Fletcher,
grandchildren, great-
grandchildren, nephews,
nieces and cousins.
Mineral services were
conducted Thursday,
April 2,2009 at 11 a.m.


at National Cremation
& Burial Society with
Reverend Manuel
Bennett officiating.
Burial followed in
Memory Park Cemetery.
The family received
friends one hour prior to
the funeral service.
Pallbearers were
brothers-in-law and
nephews Jerry
Fletcher, Calvin Rawls,
Daniel Rawls, Lee Gay,
Danny Polk, Joey Polk,
and Vincent Polk.
The family wishes to
thank the doctors and
nurses at Jay Hospital
and Covenant Hospice for
the care and compassion
that was given to Ann and
her family.
National Cremation
& Burial Society has
been entrusted with the
arrangements.
Let the family
know you care. Sign
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Bronson asks residents to report price-gouging


Florida Agriculture
and Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson today urged resi-
dents in 18 North Florida
counties to report any in-
stances of price-gouging
to his department in the
aftermath of the flooding
rains in the Panhandle
during the past week.
Under Florida law, it is
unlawful to charge exor-
bitant or excessive prices
for essential items in-


eluding shelter, gasoline,
"food, water, ice, genera-
tors or lumber follow-
ing the declaration of an
emergency, unless the
increases in the amount
charged are attributable to
additional costs incurred
by retailers.
Governor Charlie Crist
on Wednesday evening
declared a state of emer-
gency in the following
18 counties as a result of
the flooding rains: Bay, Cal-


houn, Escambia, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gulf, Hamilton,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty,
Leon, Madison, Okaloosa,
Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakul-
la, Walton and Washing-
ton.
Individuals or business-
es found to have engaged
in price-gouging face fines
of up to $1,000 per viola-
tion, or up to a maximum
fine of $25,000 a day.
"We're asking consum-
ers to come forward and


let us know if any retailers
have exploited our citizens
or are profiteering from
the flooding conditions"
Bronson said. "This activ-
ity is not only reprehen-
sible, it's illegal."
Bronson is asking resi-
dents who have any evi-
dence that price-gouging
has occurred or is occur-
ring to report it at once to
his department's toll-free
hotline at 1-800-HELPFLA
(1-800-435-7352).


Speak OUT


Thursday 8:16 a.m.
This is to the callers who were
concerned about my involvement in
political issues as a Pastor. I respect
your opinions, but you must under-
stand that I am citizen and voter as
well as a pastor. I have the right to
speak out and will continue to do so.
When my opinions are expressed in
the ASK THE PREACHER article -
they are PAID ADVERTISEMENT
opinions .and not subject to "free"
rebuttal.
Editor's note: We apologize for
any confusion we have created with
last Wednesday's Speak Out. Pastor
Gallups pays for the space to ex-
press his feelings and respect this.
Once again we apologize for this
error You are welcome to place a
rebuttal to Pastor Gallups using the
same method he does for his opin-
ion.

Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Yeah, this is Olivia. The newspa-
per doesn't seem to be edited any-
more. In Speak Out you spelled piers
as what you would find in the water
instead of peers. .Even if the com-
puter spell checked peers you-should
pick the correct one. I don't think a
structure in water found the man
guilty. I have noticed the spelling in
many newspapers being wrong late-


ly, what is happening.
SEditor's note: Despite what many
think, we are human too.

Wednesday, 4:27 p.m.
I just want to Speak Out about the
First Lady and the wonderful job she
is doing representing us overseas
with the royal family. I know there
are some people here who are jeal-
ous, but she will do a good job repre-
senting our country.

Wednesday, 12:34 p.m.,
What happened to the money for
shelters from,the movie, "Hotel for
Dogs"? It was advertised the money
was to go to the shelters. Does any-
bodyknow?

Tuesday, 7:41 p.m.
Yes my name is Bill. I know we
have'some lawyers who read the pa-
per and some very fine ones as well.
I want to know why these people like
Barney Frank and (Christopher)
Dodd, as well as others involved
with Freddie and Fannie were not
charged with fraud. And it also puz-
zles me why the banks and people at
these institutions were, not charged
with fraud. People have admitted
that they distorted the numbers and
falsified information. Why haven't


they been charged with fraud?

Tuesday, 7:38 p.m.
Yes, my name is Bud. I dare you
to print this on Senator Martinez. He
is not taking calls. I have tried to call
him for two weeks and his mailbox is
full. Sounds to me like he needs a big-
ger mailbox. I am sure he has others
who are calling him during these two
weeks. He is an official representing
our state, but if you can't get in touch
with him how is he representing our
state.
Editor's note: Bud, we were not
deleting your comments on the sen-
ator, but sometimes the comments
do get cut because of space limita-
tions. We post all the Speak Outs on
line at www.srpressgazette.com.

Monday, 6:19 p.m.
I am going to speak my mind and
thank Larry, Jerry and Jim for not
criticizing me when it comes to my
feelings on President Obama. He can
fly-when he wants on what he wants.
He is the President and he is going
to do a good job. I pray for you bigots,
racists, and others who always criti-
cize anything he does.

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


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williamson, 4351 Berryhill.
Road, Pace, El 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail, is
comm'williamson@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is
comm-cole@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla
Highway, Pace, FL 32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail
is comm-salter@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De
Galves, Navarre, FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-
mail is comm-goodin @santarosa.fl.gov.
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Caroline St.,
Suite M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-
mail is comm-lynchard@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. Monday
preceding 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, FL
32570, 983-5550. Email: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us.
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd.,.Suite
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556.
Gov. Charlie Crist: PLOS The Capitol, 400 S.


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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (DC) 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614. E-
mailrwww.houie.gov/jeffmiller.
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.
WHITE HOUSE
President Barack Obamo: The White House,
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.,
20500; phone 202-456-1414. E-mail: president@
whitehouse.gov.
Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, DC., 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
SCHOOL BOARD
District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


Milton, FL 32570, 983-0413. E-mail is scottdl@mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is winkleseh@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonli@mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 5: Edward Gray IIl,1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail is grayem@
'mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. second and fouth Thursdays at 5086 Canal St.,
Milton. Phone: 983-5000.

CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. Interim
City Manager, Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Hwy. 4,
Jay, FL 32565, 675-2719.

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


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LINE HAULERS from page Al


The 586th is responsible
for moving cargo and per-
sonnel into and out of Iraq
via ground convoy Although
Iraq has become less vio-
lent in recent months, am-
bushes and improvised
explosive devices remain
a constant threat for the
combat truckers, making
K-Crossing the last chance
to prepare themselves with
some semblance of com-
fort.
"We do safety briefs with
all the drivers," Sergeant
Weaver said. "We check the
vehicles out one more time
before we head north, make
sure all the maintenance is
done. We'll take care of sen-
sitive items like ammo and
gas masks. Every time they
get in and out of a vehicle,
they make sure they have
those items, whether they
be magazines, dog tags or
masks, they have to have
those at all times."
For Senior Airman Jorge
Campos, 70th Medium
Truck Detachment main-
tainer, it's his last chance to


make sure all the vehicles
are ready for the journey
across Iraq. As the only
maintainer for the 49-truck
convoy, the son of Hyatts-
ville, Md., said the job keeps
him on his toes.
"I take care of every
single truck, from my truck
down to the whites [contrac-
tor vehicles]," he said. "Ev-
ery time we stop at a FOB
(Forward Operating Base),
I go around, checking the
trucks to see if anything is
wrong with them. If there is,
I'll try to fix it as quickly as
I can."
Armed with a small tool
box and a lot of determina-
tion, Airman Campos said
the job is. stressful, but sat-
isfying.
"It puts a lot of pressure
on my shoulders," he said.
"But it's good to know with
my help we're able to go
out of the FOBs on time.
It's satisfying to know my
trucks are rolling with no
problem."
Over the course of sev-
eral deployments, supersti-


tions and traditions have
cropped up aside from the
normal briefings. For in-
stance, before a convoy
leaves K-Crossing, there's
a prayer.
"After our briefs, we
gather in for a prayer,"
said Senior Airman George
Childres of Killeen, Texas.
A veteran of 11 convoys,
Airman Childres, deployed
from Royal Air Force Lak-
enheath, U.K., said running
convoys was nothing like he
imagined it would be.
"When I got to my first
base at Langley, the vet-
erans talked about it, but I
didn't really pay attention,"
he said. "They talked about
it and talked about it and
talked about it. Then the de-
ployment came up and I got
tasked for it. I thought we
would just be driving cargo
like you would at home sta-
tion."
It didn't take long for him
to figure out just how differ-
ent it would be, he said.
"You got to wear a vest
behind a steel plate inside


a truck," he said. "You have
the possibility of hitting an
improvised explosive device
or EFP (Explosive Force
Penetrator), getting shot at,
stuff like that. Our lives are
in danger. That's basically
what it is. Our lives are in
danger out here, and it re-
ally didn't hit me until our
first mission out here."
Airman Childres said ev-
eryone has their own tradi-
tion or good luck charm. His
happens during the prayer.
"My superstition is that
I always have to be on the
bottom, holding everyone's
hand up," he explained. "I
don't know why. I've never
really thought about that.
It's just so everybody's in
there and feeling the vibe
going through everybody,
keeping us safe."
Tech. Sgt. Ismael Razo,
586th ELRS assistant con-
voy commander, has a lucky
bear. Decked out in a tweed
sweater, Rupert, as he's
called, goes with Sergeant
Razo on every convoy.
"I got it from a care pack-


age that I got when we first
got here," he said. "Ever
since, I've been taking him
on the road with us. I guess
it's tradition. We haven't
gotten attacked. Every time
I've had it, nothing's ever
happened. Everybody has
something. One guy has a
Snoopy doll."
Airman Campos re-
ceived his lucky charm
from his wife before deploy-
ment.
"My wife, before she
deployed, gave me a little
piggy," he said. "That's my
good luck charm. It used to
be a key chain, and I leave
the pig up there, looking at
me, for luck."
He said he has one more
tradition.
"I kiss my wedding
ring every time I leave the
FOB," he added.
Although the job can be
dangerous, the truckers
say it has its benefits.
"I love it," Sergeant Razo
said. "It's a lot of fun. We
build camaraderie, and it's
an experience. I love being


outside the wire. I feel like
I'm really doing something
for the war effort."
"You get to be a leader to
your people," agreed Ser-
geant Weaver. "That's what
I like about it. I'm fortunate.
I have a lot of good people
out here."
Airman Childres said
he's glad to see Air Force
truckers are becoming
more mainstream.
"In the Air Force, we can
tell people we do convoys,
and they look at us funny,"
he said. "Because we're
Air Force doing a trans-
portation mission. We're
different. We're the dark
horses."
Before long the word
comes down to muster up
for their final briefing. After
a safety briefing and a short
prayer, the truckers mount
up and roll out, waving to
the border guards as they
cross the black and yel-
low striped line separating
safety from danger...
Hopefully, with a little
luck on their side.


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of integrity

News this week involved 121
educational support staff members losing
their jobs for the upcoming school year.
Governor Charlie Crist is telling
everyone the education budget is not
being touched.
If it is not being touched, then why are
so many people losing their jobs?
Well the Governor is not telling you the
entire story.
Education might not be getting
touched in his budget before the
legislators, which include some former
educators like Sen. Don Gaetz from Ft.
Walton Beach.
But the state has not lived up to their.
budget in quite a few years.
When will Crist and his compatriots
tell you the number of times the state has
called area schools to say we are cutting
your funding back this percentage.
Could your family make it if your
boss walked in and said, "Joe, we didn't
make as much money as we wanted last
quarter, so you are taking a five percent
pay cut?"
Unfortunately, Santa Rosa County's
School System took more than a five
percent cut and due to the complicated
math the state uses to fund the schools,
there is no telling how much they'
actually lost.
The figure that keeps being bounced
around is a 25-million dollar deficit.
When will Governor Crist and the
legislature tell you the fact that they had
to apply for a special waver for stimulus
money from the Obama administration?
That's right, a special waver.
Those in Tallahassee had cut the
education budget so much over the
past few years the state of Florida did
not qualify for stimulus money to help
education.
Today we are in a recession of major
proportions and the state is focusing
on something that was way above
reproach during our last recession
in the late 1970's and early 90's when
unemployment was well into double
figures nationwide.
As a nation we survived, but
apparently we didn't learn our lesson.
Now we have started cutting the only
place some form of true learning takes
place.
Education is very important, but
apparently to those in Tallahassee it is
not as important as their bottom line.
And before you ask about the lottery
money, you need to be reminded it -
was never intended to fully fund public
education, according to Laurie Wright of
the Florida Lottery.
Maybe this should teach us all a
lesson.
What you hear from Tallahassee is
what they want you to hear and not
always the truth.



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Dugan family
says thanks
The family of Andy
"Tank" Dungan would
like to thank Andy's many
friends for all the support,
kind words, and prayers.
Andy seemed to know, like,
and talk with everyone. He
had many great friends.
Andy was a really good,
person and will be missed.
Think of him often.
Nancy Hamilton Dungan
Milton, Fla.

No April fools here
April should be a great
month, i.e. winter is over,
gardens growing, April
showers, ect. But some truly
evil things have happened in
April, some that follow:
In April of 1775 the
British marched on Concord
and Lexington to seize gun
power. Is the same planned
(ammo) today?
In April you must bow
down to your master, the
IRS. After reading a Feb. 15,
1913 letter from the Office of
the Solicitor (Lawer) from
the Department of State it
is clear that the income tax
amendment, the 16th, was
never properly ratified and
therefore the income tax is
.unconstitutional.
Thirty-three of the thirty-
seven states required to
ratify the 16t' Amendment


did not ratify what was sent
to them by congress.
-This information was
sent to four members of
Congress, eight members
of the major media, the
Supreme Court, another
Federal Judge, the
law school and history
departments of UWF UF,
FSU, and others. Not one
reply. Clearly they are afraid
of this.
On April 19, 1993 some
90 people including 20
plus children died in Waco
because of the actions of
the Jack Booted Thugs, i.e.,
federal agents ramming into
the home and church and
then pouring in liquid gas
inot their home and church.
These were the Branch
Dividians.
On April 19,1995 the
Murah Federal Building in
Oklahoma City was bombed
killing some 168 people
including some 25 children.
Four days after the
convicted bomber McVey
was executed, a letter was
sent to the so called Justice
Department requesting the
FBI 302 forms. These are
interview forms, on some
25 people in and around the
Murah Building Bombing
including the 15 to 19 ATF
agents who were not in the
building at 9:02 a.m. that day.
This letter was sent
again in September,
October, and on July 4th
the next year. No reply for


15 months and then the
Justice Department refused
my requests violating the
Freedom of Information
Act. No reply; no answer;
wonder why?
Wonder why these were
no hearings in the Congress.
What were they afraid of?
What are they hiding?
What is going to happen
this April. Hold on. ,
W:0. Jones
Jay, Fla.
Where is
America's spirit?
Question: "If it be asked:
What is to restrain the House
of Representatives making
legal discrimination in favor
of themselves and a particu-
lar class of society?"
Rephrase it: "What is
to restrain Congress from
making unConstitutional
discrimination in favor of a
particular unAmerican soci-
ety?"
(James Madison, Feder-
alist Papers #57).
Madisonanswered: "The
genius of the whole system;
*the nature ofjust and Consti-
tutional laws; and, above all,
the vigilant and manly spirit
which actuates the people
of America.....a spirit which
nourishes freedom, and in
return, is nourished by it."'
ibidd).
I ask you: Where is the
spirit of the American people
today....those who cherish


the freedoms bought with
the wisdom, faith, and even
the very lives of our Found-
ing Fathers?
Where is the outrage of
American citizens, against
the forces of Godless, Hu-
manistic liberals; Socialists,
and their fellow travelers,
who are indoctrinating our
youth, and who are buying-
and-lying their way into our
seats of government?
Madison .so wisely and
prophetically responded to
his own question: "If this
spirit shall ever be so far de-
* based as to tolerate a law not
obligatory on the legislature,
as well as on the people, the
people will be prepared to
tolerate anything but lib-
erty."
Tolerate? That's multi-
culturalism, pluralism, inclu-
siveness, division of the peo-
ple by race and by language,
abandonment of the tradi-
tional Christian principles,
and family values, and also
includes the meaningless
term: bi-partisanship!
We should be Americans,
not partisans!
It is time Americans re-
captured that vigilant and
manly spirit that gave Amer-
ica it's greatness for several
centuries.
We need more "Madi-
sons" today! Where are
you, James?

BILL BLEDSOE
Milton, Fla.


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Church


Saturday, April 4, 2009


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

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

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

Assemblies of God
Assembly of God, New
Harvest, 4289 Berryhill
Rd., Pace
Bagdad 1st Assembly
of God, 4513 Forsyth
Street, Bagdad
East Milton Assemby of
God, 5174 Ward Basin
Road, Milton
Ebenezer Assembly of
God, Ebenezer Church
Road, Jay
Faith Chapel Assembly of
God, 8080 South Airport
Road, Milton
First Assembly of God,
6163 Dogwood Drive,
Milton
Harold Assemby of God,
10495 Goodrange Rd,
Milton
New Harvest Fellowship
Assembly of God, E.
Highway 90, Pace
Jay First Assembly of
God, 400 S. Alabama
Street, Jay
McLellan Assembly of
God, 6050 Three Notch
Trail, Milton
New Hope Assembly of
God, 9550 Chumuckla
Hwy, Pace
Pace Assembly of God,
3948 Hwy 90, Pace
Welcome Assembly of
God, 8581 Welcome
Church Road, Milton

Bahai's of Santa
Rosa
Bahai's of Santa Rosa,
5406 Dogwood Avenue,
Milton

Baptist ABA
Berryhill Road Baptist-
ABA, 3095 Berryhill
Road, Milton
Bethel Missionary
Baptist ABA, 6178 Old
Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Fellowship Baptist Church
ABA, 5223 Hwy. 90, Pace
First Baptist Church
ABA of East Milton, 8178
S Airport Rd., East
Milton
First Missionary Baptist
ABA, 3949 Pace Road,
Pace
Galilee Missionary
Baptist-ABA, Hwy 90;
West Milton

Baptist
Avalon Baptist, 4316 '
Avalon Blvd., Milton
East Side Baptist, 4884
Ward Basin Road,
Milton
Faith Baptist, 6423
Hamilton Bridge Rd,
Milton
First Baptist of Harold,
10585 Goodrange
Drive, Milton
Liberty Baptist Church,
6763 Margaret Street,


Milton
Mount Pilgrim Baptist,
5103 Dr. Martin Luther
King, Jr. Street, Milton
St. John Divine


Missionary Baptist, 5363
St. Johns Street,
Milton

Baptist -
Independent
Bible Baptist Church of
Pace, 4001 Vern Street,
Pace
Bible Way Baptist
Church, 5976 Dogwood
Drive Milton
Brownsdale Baptist
Church, Chumuckla
Hwy. Jay
Joy Bible Baptist, 8613
Hwy. 90, Milton
Pleasant Hill Missionary
Baptist, 5550 Econfina
Street, Milton
Solid Rock Baptist,
6760 East Gate'Road,
Milton
Trinity Baptist, 5301
Highway 90, Pace
Victory Baptist, 4000
Avalon Blvd., Milton
West Florida Baptist,
5621 Hwy 90, Milton
Fil Am Baptist Church,
5240 Dogwood Drive,
Milton

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


Road Milton
Pleasant Home Baptist,
8500 Pleasant Home,
Munson
Santa Rosa Baptist


Asso., 6820 Hwy. 87
North Milton,
Spring Hill Baptist
-Church, 9214 Munson
Hwy., Milton
Wallace Baptist Church,
6601 Chumuckla Hwy.
Woodbine Baptist Church,.
4912 Woodbine Road,
Pace

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

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

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

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

Church of God
in Christ
Ferris Hill Church of
God in Christ, 909 N.
Alabama St., Milton
World Church of God,
Milton Worship Center,
5177 Stewart St.,
Milton


Community Chapel Church
of God, 4300 Pace Lane,
south of Wal-Mart
Church of God in Christ,
5887 N. Stewart St.,
Milton

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

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

Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter
Day Saints
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints, 5737
Berryhill Rd., Milton
Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter day Saints, 2828
Harvest Rd, Jay
Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter day Saints, 1753,
Sea Lark Ln, Navarre

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

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

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

Independent
Grace Bible Church,.623
Chestnut, Milton

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

Jehovah's
Witnesses
SJehovah's Witnesses


Milton congregation, 5696
Berryhill Rd., Milton

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

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

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

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


Christ, 5300 Highway 90,
Pace

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

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

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

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

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

Protestant
Milton SDA Church, 5288
Berryhill Rd., Milton

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

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

Vineyard
Bay Area Vineyard
Church, 5163 Dogwood
Drive, Milton


Pace Community Church


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The Rev. John Wallace
Services:
Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street Nurseryprovided for Sunday sen/ice
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Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available
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5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton
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Local


Saturday, April 4, 2009


USDA agreement benefits the Longleaf Pine Forest


The USDA Farm Ser-
vice Agency (FSA) County
Executive Director Travis
Kelleyjust announced that
a Memorandum of Un-
derstanding (MOU) was
signed on March 19, 2009,
with the Longleaf Alliance,
establishing a framework
of cooperation regarding
longleaf pine conservation
and restoration as part of
FSA's Conservation Re-
serve Program (CRP).
The MOU will broad-
en conservation efforts,
education and public in-
formation concerning
longleaf pine forest con-
servation and restora-


tion. The memorandum
was signed at the Wildlife
Management Institute's
(WMI) North American
Wildlife and Natural Re-
sources Conference in
Crystal City, VA, bringing
together natural resource
scientists, managers and
educators to discuss wild-
life and natural resource
issues.
"Our goal is to build
upon "past cooperation
with the Longleaf Alliance
and other conservation
partners by promoting
restoration of longleaf
pine forests and provid-
ing habitat for a number


of species of economic,
environmental and social
importance," said Kelley.
The Longleaf Pine for-
est initially encompassed
90 million acres, stretch-
ing from southern Vir-
ginia to eastern Texas.
By the early 1990s, only
about 2.8 million acres of
this once vast and majes-
tic forest remained. The
unique economic, eco-
logical and social benefits
associated with longleaf
pine have been well docu-
mented. This reduction
led concerned members
of the forestry and wildlife
communities to fori the


Longleaf Alliance in 1995,
in order to better con-
serve and restore signifi-
cant functioning longleaf
pine ecosystems.
In 1997, FSA estab-
lished a Longleaf Pine
National CRP Conserva-
tion Priority Area (CPA)
to facilitate restoration of
longleaf pine under the
general CRP CP3A Tree
Planting (Longleaf Pine)
conservation practice.
Building upon the suc-
cess of the CP3A, FSA
announced a continuous
CRP CP36 Longleaf Pine
conservation practice in
2006. CRP enrollment be-
tween the two practices
currently exceeds 277,000
acres.
Under CRP, farmers
and ranchers enroll eli-
gible land in 10- to 15-year
contracts with USDA's
Commodity Credit Cor-
poration (CCC). FSA ad-
ministers CRP on behalf
of CCC. Participants plant
appropriate conservation
cover, such as grasses
and trees, in crop fields
and along streams. These
plantings help prevent
soil and nutrients from
running into waterways
and affecting water qual-
ity. The long-term vegeta-
tive cover also improves
wildlife habitat and soil
quality.
To find out more about
CRP or other FSA farm
programs, please visit
your FSA county office or
.http://www.fsa.usda.gov.


Historical Society needs help

Written By Brenda Gabbert

SThe Jay Historical Society is setting up a temporary
museum at 3625 Highway 4, next to the old Moo Brown
Station. The museum is scheduled to open on Saturday,
May 2, 2009.
The society needs the following items donated to. help
set up displays: building materials, paint (parts of cans
okay), plywood, cloth material scraps (arge & small), foam
wig heads, manikins, buttons, sewing trim, lattice work
(any size), zip-lock bags (any size), label tapes for label ma-
chine, Velcro, computer paper, labels, business card stock,
card stock, (any items that work on a computer), glue, pho-
to mounting stock, mats, frames, photo printing paper, 3 X
5 cards, 5 X 7 card stock (any color), file folders, hanging
files, envelopes (any size, white, manila), clip boards, old
book cases, old filing cabinets, glass display cases, acid-
free paper, laminating machine and/or laminating paper,
bulletin boards, easels, nails, tacks, staples, staple gun, ta-
ble & chairs for library and reading area, desk or table for
front entrance, table or shelf for Museum Store, old wood
and/or window from old buildings, paint brushes, tape and
.large rugs.
If you have any of these items to donate, contact the Jay
Historical Society members, like Dot Diamond, Earl Mur-
phy, or Dru Dobson. All live in Jay,

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN JAY


Written By Brenda Gabbert

Jay Chamber to meet
The Jay Area Chamber
*of Commerce will meet
Monday, April 6, at the Jay
Community Center. Lunch
will be served at 12 noon.
It will be provided by the
United Bank of Jay.
Please don't forget
to bring items for our
troops overseas such as:
cards, snacks, candy that
doesn't. melt easily, per-
sonal wipes, white socks,
white t-shirts, personal


items, etc. The items will,
be given to Jodie Butler of
the Marine Corps League,
who will send them on to
the troops.

Jay High Scholb
Talent Show
The Friends Organiza-
tion will sponsor the Tal-
ent Show to be held at Jay
High School Auditorium on
Thursday, April 9; begin-
ning at 7 p.m. Admission
for students will be $3 each.
Admission for adults will be
$5 each.


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Sports SIDELINE


Community SCOREBOARD


Poker Run: The Milton Chap-
ter of the Gold Wing Road Rid-
ers Association will host a poker
run on April 4. The first bike out
will be at 9 a.m. and the last bike
out will be at 11 a.m. All bikes
are welcome and the cost is $10
for each rider and $5 for the co-
rider. The poker run will start at
the Santa Rosa County Offices
Parking Lot' behind McDonalds
with all proceeds going to Relay
for Life Cancer Research. Grand
prize is motorcycle tires do-
nated by Pensacola Motorsports
with plaques for best hand, sec-
ond best hand, and worst hand.
For more information call 623-
1935. Rain date will be April 11.

Golf Tournament: The Pace
Rotary Club will host their 10th
Annual Golf Tournament on April
9 at Stonebrook County Club. This
four-person scramble will begin
at 1 p.m. with a shotgun start and
registration begins at 11:30 a.m.
A fish fry dinner will be served
after the tournament and your
registration includes cart and
green fees, range balls prior to
start, soft drinks, water, two drink
tickets, two mulligans and one
tee buster. Registration deadline
is April 3 with the cost being $400
per team or $100 per individual.
For more information call 304-
1823 or 255-9795.

Milton High School Lady Pan-
thers Softball Pancake Break-
fast: The Lady Panthers Softball
Pancake Breakfast will be held on
Saturday, April 11, 2009 at the Tex-
as Roadhouse in Milton. The cost
of breakfast is $5,00. Breakfast
includes pancakes, sausage, juice
or milk. Breakfast will be served
from 7 AM 10 AM. If you would
like to purchase tickets or would
like more information call Robin
Vickers at 850-393-7334. Please
come by and support the Lady
Panthers Softball program.

Blackwater Saddle Club:
Monthly speed show will be April
11 with sign-ups starting at 2:00
p.m. and the show starting at 3
p.m. at the East Milton Arena in
the East Milton Recreation Park.
Proof of negative Coggins is a.
must. There will be five different
events: pole bending, arena race,
barrel race, Texas barrel weave,
and the Blackwater "T" in six dif-
ferent classes. The public is in-
vited to watch and cheer us on,
but you must have own horse to
run events. For more information
visit: Blackwatersaddleclub.com

Race Against Elderly: Council
on Aging of West Flori6da will hold
its Third Annual Race Against El-
derly Poverty on Saturday, April
18 at 8:00 a.m. on the University
of West Florida campus, Present-
ed by Cox Communications, the
event offers fun for all ages and
the option to participate in a 5K,
Fun Mile or Senior Stroll. Partici-
pants may register as teams or
individually. Awards will be pre-
sented to the youngest and oldest
participants, the largest team and
first, second and third place male
and female overall winners. Pro-
ceeds will benefit the programs of
the Council on Aging of West Flor-
ida. The registration fee is $20 per
person. Registration forms can
be downloaded from the events
page of www.coawfla.org. Regis-
tration forms are also available,
at Running Wild at 3012 E. Cer-
vantes.,For more information or
to request a registration form by
phone, call 432-1475 or 450-7223.

East Milton Youth Associa-
tion Cheerleading Registration:
EMYAwill hold Cheerleading Reg-
istration on April 18 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at.the East Milton Ball
Park Board Room for kids 5yrs -
14yrs on Saturday, April 18, 2009
from 10am-2pm. Registration fee
is $70. For more info call Jessica
at 723-7493 or visit our web site at
www.eastmiltonyouthsports.com.
We are in need of a coach for the
11/12 group. If you are interested
please call Jessica.

Pace Chamber Tournament:
The 10th Annual Pace Area
Chamber Golf Tournament ill be
April 24 at the Moors Golf Club.
The tournament will get under-
way at 1 p.m: for this four-person
scramble. Sponsorships and tee.-
signs are available as well. For
more information contact the
Pace Area Chamber of Commerce
at 994-9633.


Milton TPC: The Milton Triple
Pro Classic three person scram-
ble will be April 24 through 26
at Tanglewood and Stonebrook
county clubs. The tournament is


'being held to raise scholarship
dollars and assist with the Milton
High Golf program. The cost for
this event is $600 per team or $200
per individual. Entry includes
practice rounds at Tanglewood
and Stonebrook, tee gifts, Friday
social, Saturday dinner and on
course beverages. Entries are
limited to the first 88 teams. For
more information or to register
contact Milton High School or go
to www.miltontpc.com.

Lighting Football: The Pen-
sacola Lightning Football team
is currently seeking local busi-
nesses and individuals to sponsor
or provide a service. To be apart
of the 2009 Pensacola Lightning
Football team season, please con-
tact owners Bruce and Sue Hall
at 712-1389 for sponsorship pack-
age information.

PSA Awards Banquet: The Pen-
sacola Sports Association will
host its Annual Awards Banquet
on Friday, April 3, 2009 at New.
World Landing. The PSA will
honor many athletes from a vari-
ety of sports. Athletes from high
school, college, the professional
level, and the Olympics will be
recognized for their outstanding
achievements during 2008.
You will get a KICK out of our
honored guest speaker, Mr. Ray
Guy. Mr. Guy has had a distin-
guished career in football. Guy
was the only punter to be selected
in the first round of the NFL draft
when the Oakland Raiders se-
lected him in 1973. An All-Ameri-
can at the University of Southern
Mississippi, he was a seven-time
All-Pro player with the Oakland
Raiders. The Raiders won three
Super Bowl Championships dur-
ing Guy's career.

Youth Wresting: The Miltonyouth
wrestling season has kicked off
and the Milton Panther Takedown
Club Youth Wrestling Program for
ages six and up with former Olym-
pic Coach Rob Hermann every
Thursday at Hobbs Middle School
gym from 7-8:30 p.m. cost is $35.

Jay Pro Rodeo: The Seventh An-
nual Jay Pro Rodeo will be, April
24 and 25 at 8 p.m. in the Ted May
Arena in'Jay, Fla. Sign-ups are to
be announced very soon for this
event which helps local group in
the Jay area including the Relay
For Life fundraiser. For more in-
formation, contact Frederick Bar-
row at 675-1646.

UWF Summer Hoops Camp:
Shannan Bergen and her staff are
proud to present this year's team
and individual basketball camps.
An individual day camp will be
held for girls entering 3rd -i2th
grades during the week of June
22-26, 2009. In -addition, Coach
Bergen will be holding a camp
available for teams to participate
in through the weekend of June
26-28, 2009.
Included in camp costs are
individualized offensive and de-
fensive skills training with UWF
staff and players, along with ses-
sions to explain general rules of,
play. Campers will participate in
open recreation swimming and a
pizza party on Thursday. A camp
t-shirt is provided, but campers
must either bring their own sack
lunch or purchase lunch at their
own expense at the University
Commons.
Flyers and registration forms
can be found online at www.GoAr-
gos.com by visiting the women's
basketball page or camps link.
For more information on camps,
contact UWF assistant coach
Laura Davis at (850)474-2589 or
ldavis4@uwf.edu.

Charity Golf Tourney: A Char-
ity Golf Tourney to benefit Habitat
for Humanity will be held May 15
, at Tiger Point Golf Club. For more
information on the tournament
call 477-0388 or 477-0381. You can
also e-mail chpgolf@gmail.com
for more information or registra-
tion forms.

Cowboy Challenge: The Dixie
Darters Drill Team is produc-
ing the first Dixie Cowboy Chal-
lenge on May 23 & 24 to be held'
at Coldwater Recreation Park.
This event is similar to .the Ex-
treme Cowboy Race as seen on
RFD TV Please see the details at
www.dixiedartersdrillteam.com.

More activities can be found at


www.srpressgazette.com. Look
for the box called 'Things to Do'.
There you can check on activities
by zip code or activity. And you are
also more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


Monday Night Mixed
Oops Bowling Alley
March 23, 2009

High Game Men: Chris
LaJAunie 256
High Game Women: Jenni-
fer Gibbs 214
High Game Team: Damn 10
Pin 799
High Series Men: Bob Veit
and Andy Rippel 649
SHigh Series Women: Jenni-
fer Gibbs 545
High Series Team: Oops Al-
ley Pro Shop 2235
i League Standings: 1. With
Knowledge = Tot Destruction
30.5-13.5, 2. Flawless Victory
29-15, 3. Fun Bunch 27.5-16.5,'4.
Oops Alley Pro Shop 27-17, 5.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 27-17, 6. Split
Happens 27-17, 7. Incredibles
24-20, 8. Pin Crushers 24-20, 9.'
Pin Action 22-22, 10. Damn 10
Pin 21-23, 11. Strike Force III
21-23, 12. Super Friends 21-23,
13. Legion of Doom 21-23, 14.
We Wuz' Robbed 20-24, 15. A-.
Team 20-24, 16. New Recruits
18-26, 17. Handicap Manage-
ment 18-26, 18. Can't Figure
It Out 17-27, 19. Dave's Gang
13-31, 20. Lightning Strikes 12-
32..

TNICL

Oops Bowling Alley
March 24, 2009

High Game Men: Bob Kukuk
-214
High Game Women: Vicki
Pinkston 199
High Game Team: Pin Ac-
tion 667
High Series Men: Bob Ku-
kuk- 556
High Series Women: Vicki
Pinkston 521
High Series Team: Pin Ac-
tion 1883
SLeague Standings:. 1. Cel-


ebration 63-45, 2. Bowl and a
Prayer 59.5-48.5, 3. Pin Action
57-51, 4. Pins of Plenty 56-52, 5.
Collins Driving Academy 54.5-
53.5, 6. Straight Shooters 50-58,
7. JAGS 48-60, 8. Strike Force
44-64.

Alley Cats
Oops Bowling Alley
March 25, 2009

High Scratch Game: Fran
Gordon 192
High Scratch Series: Patty
Newman- 535
High Scratch Game Team:
Pink Pussy Cats 509
High Handicapped Game:
Gerry Hambrick 242
High Handicapped Series:
Sharon Wolfe 644
High Handicapped Series
Team: Young and Restless Cats
-.1904
League Standings: 1. Pink
Pussy Cats 66.5-37.5, 2. Young
and Restless Cats 54-50, 3.
Dyna,mo Cats 52-52, 4. Back Al-
ley Cats 51-53, 5. Last Minute
Cats 48-56, 6. Blue Eyed Cats
40.5-63.5.

Thursday Senior Mixed
Oops Bowling Alley
March 26, 2009

High Game Men: Michael
Hamada 256'
High Game Women: Desma
Failing 176
High Game Team: H.T.H.PS.
-651
High Series Men: Patton Va-
lentour -575,
High Series Women: Brenda
Gilley -453
High I Series Team:- No
Names 1940
League Standings: 1. The
Winners 28;20, 2. High Hopes
27-21, 3. The Maniacs 26-22, 4.
No Names 23-25,5. The Rascals


21-27, 6. H.T.H.ES. 19-29.

Thursday Night Fun Bunch
Oops Bowling Alley
March 26, 2009

High Game Men: Jim Bell
-255
High Game Women: Sam
Howell- 194
High Game Team: Fn
Bunch 735
High Series Men: Cody
Oehm 591
High Series Women: Sam
Howell 560
High Series Team:. m
Bunch 2055
League Standings: 1. FY
Bunch 30.5-13.5, 2. Three
Squirrels and a Nut 29-15, 3.
Oops Alley Wrecking Crew
27.5-16.5, 4. Spares and Strikes
26-18, 5. Rocking Rollers 23.5-
20.5, 6. O.I.S.M.I. 22.5-21.5, 7.
Sun Coast Professionals Real-
ity 17-27, 8. Hapsters 16-28, 9.
Bama or Not 14.5-29.5, 10. Pin
Pals 13.5-30.5.

Oops Alley Youth
Oops Bowling Alley
March 30,2009

High Scratch Game Boys:
Romo DeLango Lunda 122,
Dustin Wells 121, Kyle Wells
120
High Scratch Game Girls:
Kendall Robarge 136, Cami
Kennedy 107
High Scratch Series Boys:
Romo DeLango Lunda 344,
Kyle Wells 282,. Dustin Wells
255
High Scratch Series Girls:
Kendall RObarge 321, Cami
Kennedy. 274, Madi Edwards
265
League Standings: 1. Stripe
Gators 20.5-11.5, 2. Cowboys
16-16, 3. Blue Team 14.5-17.5, 4.
Eagles 13-19.


Tide REPORT


Pensacol Bay 7:19 AM CDT Low tide 0.23
esao ByFeet
S1:42 PM CDT High tide 0:65
Feet
Sunday, April 5, 2009 4:30 PM CDT Moonrise
3:59 AM CDT Moonset 5:20 PM CDT Low tide 0.61
5:58 AM CDT Low tide -0.10 Feet
Feet 7:09 PM CDT Sunset
6:32 AM CDT Sunrise 11:43 PM CDT High tide 0.97
3:28 PM CDT Moonrise Feet
7:10 PM CDT Sunset
9:08 PM CDT High tide 1.06 Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Feet 5:03 AM CDT Moonset
6:29 AM CDT Sunrise
Monday, April 6, 2009 6:47 AM CDT Low tide 0.58
4:33 AM CDT Moonset Feet'
S6:03 AM CDT Low tide 0.19 11:56 AM CDT High tide 0.88
Feet Feet,
6:31 AM CDT Sunrise 5:32 PM CDT Moonrise
, 12:59 PM CDT High tide 0.54 7:10 PM CDT Sunset
Feet 7:38 PM CDT Low tide 0.32
4:02 PM CDT Low tide 0.51 Feet
Feet
4:31 PM CDT Moonrise Wednesday, April 8, 2009
S7:11 PM CDT Sunset
10:58 PM CDT High tide 0.81 5:34 AM CDT Moonse
Feet' 6:28 AM CDT Sunrise
Fet11:29 AM CDT High tide 1.21
Feet
Tuesday, April 7, 2009 6:34 PM CDT Moonrise
5:05 AM CDT Moonset 7:11 PM CDT Sunset
5:29 AMCDT Low tide 0.48 8:53 PM CDT Low tide 0.04
Feet Feet
6:30 AM CDT Sunrise
11:11 AM CDT High tide 0.74 Blackwater River
Feet
5:33 PM CDT Moonrise
6:22 PM CDT Low tide 0.27 Sunday, April 5, 2009
Feet 3:58 AM CDT Moonset
7:11 PM CDT Sunset 6:32 AM CDT Sunrise
7:46 AM CDT Low tide -0.13
Wednesday, April 8, 2009 Feet
3:27 PM CDT Moonrise
5:36 AM CDT Moonset 7:09 PM CDT Sunse
6:29 AM CDT Sunrise 10:49 PM CDT High tide 1.27
10:46 AM CDT High tide 1.01 Feet49 PM CDT High tide 1.27
FeetFeet
6:35 PM CDT Moonrise
7:12 PM CDT Sunset Monday, April 6, 2009
7:37 PM CDT Low tide 0.03 4:32 AM CDT Moonset
Feet 6:30 AM CDT Sunrise
7:49 AM CDT Low tide 0.23
East Bay Feet
2:38 PM CDT High tide 0.65
Feet
4:30 PM CDT Moonrise
nday, April ,2009 5:50 PM CDT Low tide 0.61
3:57 AM CDT Moonset Feet
6:31 AM CDT Sunrise 7:10 PM CDT Sunset
7:16 AM CDT Low tide -0.13
Feet Tuesday, April 7, 2009
3:26 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Sunset 12:39 AM CDT High tide 0.97
9:53 PM CDT High tide 1.27 Feet
Feet 5:04 AM CDT Moonset
6:29 AM CDT Sunrise
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on y,pr6, 2009 Feet
4:32 AM CDT Moonset 12:52 PM CDT High tide 0.88
6:30 AM CDT Sunrise Feet


5:33 PM CDT Moonrise
7:11 PM CDT Sunset
8:08 PM CDT Low tide 0.32
Feet

Wednesday, April 8, 2009
5:35 AM CDT Moonset
6:28 AM CDT Sunrise
12:25 PM CDT High tide 1.21
Feet
6:34 PM CDT Moonrise
7:11 PM CDT Sunset
9:23 PM CDT Low tide 0.04
Feet

Navarre Beach

Sunday, April 5, 2009
3:54 AM CDT Low tide 0.03
Feet
3:57 AM CDT Moonset
6:31 AM CDT Sunrise
3:26 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Sunset
7:34 PM CDT High tide 1.03
Feet

Monday, April 6, 2009
2:49 AM CDT Low tide 0.27
Feet
4:31 AM CDT Moonset
6:30 AM CDT Sunrise
9:59 AM CDT High tide 0.58
Feet
1:16 PM CDT Low tide 0.44
Feet
4:30 PM CDT Moonrise
7:09 PM CDT Sunset '
9:22 PM CDT High tide 0.84
Feet

Tuesday, April 7, 2009
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5:03 AM CDT Moonset
6:29 AM CDT Sunrise
9:45 AM CDT High tide 0.71
Feet
2:48 PM CDT Low tide 0.27
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5:32 PM CDT Moonrise
7:10 PM CDT Sunset
10:54 PM CDT High tide 0.67
Feet

Wednesday, April 8, 2009
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Feet
5:34 AM CDT Moonset
6:28 AM CDT Sunrise
9:11 AM CDT High tide 0.88
Feet
4:06 PM CDT Low tide 0.09
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7:10 PM CDT Sunset


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Eddie Lynn looks to march at Troy


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Eddie Lynn was known for his abilities
on the football field, but he has achieved a
goal and focused on his future.
Tuesday, Lynn signed a track scholar-
ship to Troy University.
"After I made my visit, my heart was
set on going there," said Lynn, who set
a new school record in his first meet this
season at 177-10 with the discus. "The
coach told me at the beginning of the
year they could offer me a scholarship if
I hit 175 feet, and I went out to hit that
number.
"Right now, I am keeping myself fo-
cused and working on trying to better that
mark"
Lynn did not even participate in track
until his sophomore year in high school at
Milton, but now he is focused and could
be someone to watch as the state meet
approaches.
To help the Panthers program, Lynn
also picked up the shot put this year and
is doing quite well in that discipline, ac-
cording to Milton track coach Chris Hen-
dricks.
"I would like to take.credit for this, but
Eddie did this on his own with hard work
and dedication," said Hendricks. "This
scholarship is a tribute to what he has
done.
"His discus mark is still the best throw


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Milton senior Eddie Lynn signs a track scholarship with Troy Univeristy. The two-
sport star for the Panthers is the first to sign. a track scholarshipat Milton since
1997 when Elisha Williams signed a half track and half basketball scholarship
with Mississippi State University.


this season in the state, and I am looking
at him setting a new shot put mark for
Milton High this year as he is only three
feet off that record."
Another mark Lynn set was a full track
scholarship, according to Milton Athletic
Director Murray Rutledge.
"I have been the athletic director here
since 2000, and this is the first time I know


of a student signing a track scholarship
here," said Rutledge. "I had to go back
and look at the last track scholarship we
had at Milton was in 1997 when Elisha
Williams signed a half track and half bas-
ketball scholarship to Mississippi State
University.
Williams, who was inducted into the
Milton Hall of Fame in 2005, would go on


to participate in the Track and Field World
Games in Beijing, China.
Prior to this year, Lynn was throwing
the discus in the 150-foot range until this
season when he participated in a Florida
State University track camp over the
Christmas break.
"I went to track camp at Florida State
University, and there we threw twice a
day for four days straight," said Lynn.
"This season, I feel like I have gotten a lot
bigger and stronger by lifting weights in
the off season."'
Bigger and stronger is an understate-
ment for the senior who has to ponder a
decision between the University of South
Alabama and Troy University to continue
his track career. /
"Track is something I feel I can defi-
nitely do in college," said Lynn. "It is just
a love and passion I have. At the camp it
helped me realize how much I like it.
"I have no problems training to throw
the discus and shot; it is easy to wake up
and do that."
Now Lynn, has to continue to work on
his balance if he hopes to reach his next
goal, but not the balance between school
and training, but the balance in the throw-
ing circle.
"Balance is the biggest key to suc-
cess," said Lynn. "To keep your balance
and perfect form is the hardest part. Es-
pecially when you have to turn it on and
keep it right.".


Argos battle

past North

Georgia in

extra innings

It took the University of West
Florida baseball team one extra
frame Wednesday afternoon to
down North Georgia 5-- to cdm-
plete the sweep of the Saints. The
game swung back-and-forth in each
team's favor until extra innings.
The Argos' Brandon Brewer would
knock the eventual game winning
RBI single through the left side of
the infield in the top of the tenth in-
ning to put the Argos on top 5-4.
North Georgia started out just
as they did in game one by posting
a run in the bottom of the first on a
solo homerun, this time from Jor-
dan Erisman, to take a 1-0 lead.
The Argos responded with a run
in both the second and third inning
to re-take.the lead. In the second,
Tyler Hastings belted a double into
right center to score Lee Huggins
from second to tie the game up at
one. After leading off the inning
with a double to right center, Bran-
don Brewer would come around to
score on a single by Jack Materne
to take a 2-1 lead over the Saints.
The Saints scratched across a
run in the fourth to tie the ball game
back up on an RBI single from Lo-
gan Sharrett.
In the fifth, the Argos' Greg Pron
blasted his fifth homerun of the sea-
son, a two run shot, down the left
field line to put the Argos up 4-2.
A two run blast by the Saints'
Davy Wallach in the sixth tied the
ballgame back up at four eventually
sending it into extra innings.
John Church, who came in relief
for the Argos in the seventh inning,
would shut down the Saints' offense
over the next four'innings. Church
retired the first two batters, of the
seventh before striking out eight
straight North Georgia hitters.
In extras, the Argos put together
a rally to score the game winning
run on a first and second hit-and-
run play. Tyler Hastings 'reached
base on a single to lead off the
tenth inning and would advance to
second on a sacrifice bunt by Zach
Cates. With runners moving on the
pitch, Brandon Brewer poked one
through the left side on a 1-1 count,
sending home Hastings for the
eventual game winner.
Church picked up his fifth win
of the season, improving to 5-3.
With the win, the Argos are now 10
games above .500 at 25-15. They will
be back at Jim Spooner Field this
weekend to host GSC East Division
rival West Alabama in a three game
set. West Alabama is the current
leader in the GSC East at 8-0, while
the Argos enter the series in second
at 5-4 in GSC action.


Pace athletes look to soar with Eagles


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

"It is really cool how God works!"
Those were the words of Ryan Parazine af-
ter he and teammate John Sotuolo signed base-
ball scholarships to attend Alabama Southern
on Wednesday.
Both teammates worked together on finding.
a place to play baseball, as they wanted to go to
college together.
"We w-anted to have a good roommate and
someone we knew who would help us stay fo-
cused," said Sotuolo. "So we decided to go to
the same school."
SOne of the main deciding factors for both Pa-
triots was God.
"I felt like this was the place God wanted me
to be," said Parazine. "I like the coaches and
the atmosphere at the school."
Both players were offered and visited other
junior colleges in the area, but they are pleased
with Wednesday's decision.
"We went up there and found a spot to con-
tinue playing baseball together," said Parazine.
SSotuolo agreed.
"They have a Christian-based program,"
said Sotuolo. "I came home and prayed about
this decision, and I feel like this is where God
led me to go."
For Parazine, it has been a little easier of a
road as he has been one of the top Patriot bats
the past few seasons, while Sotuolo has had to
battle his way back into the lineup.
"Last July, I broke my femur bone and didn't
really know if I would get to play baseball this
year," said Sotuolo. "But I busted my butt and
worked hard to get my starting spot back."
Pace coach Charlie Warner was grinning
like a proud papa as he talked about both play-
ers before they signed on Wednesday.
"John has a positive attitude on life and
baseball," said Warner. "He has a great work
ethic and great character.
"He has also faced some adversity and
bounced back better than you can imagine, and
for that I am so proud of him on this day."
Warner was equally high on Parazine.
"I am sure he is going to carry on and do


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Pace seniors John Sotuolo (left) and Ryan
Parazine sign baseball scholarships to Ala-
bama Southern Community College while
Pace Principal Frank Lay, Eagles baseball
coach Daniel Head, and Pace coach Char-
lie Warner look on.

great things at Alabama Southern," said War-
ner. "The' many years here and leadership he
has provided for the team.
"He has been. one of our top two hitters in
the program, and I see him carrying on that
production at the next level."
Alabama Southern head coach Daniel Head
was excited about the opportunity to sign Patriots.
"I am very excited about the opportunity to
have Ryan and John sign with us," said Head.
"I am looking forward to the opportunity to
work with them and have them help our pro-
gram move forward.


Wet a

hook for a

good cause
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Spring is here and it is time
for fishing.
And what better way to start
the year than Fishin' with a Mis-
sion, a bass tournament and fam-
ily festival to benefit the United
Way of Santa Rosa County.
You still have time to register
for this fishing tournament on
April 11 that will feature a full
day of family fun and activies.
You can watch the first boats
leave at 6 a.m.; they will start
coming back in at 3 p.m..
There will be food and en-
tertainment along the Milton
Riverwalk along the Blackwater
River.
An awards ceremony will be
held at the Riverwalk at 5:30 p.m.
in conjunction with the Fahmily
Festival set to kick off at 9 a.m.
and run until 8 p.m.
This year's festival will fea-
ture Rusty Whitfield in concert
'at 5 p.m. presented by Beasty
Lama Productions and Blazer
Boats.
But the big question is what
team will win this year's $3,000
prize and who will win the top
Junior Angler Award.
This year's Fishin' with a
Mission will be an all day event,
including an Easter egg hunt at
11 a.m. sponsored by Ferris Hill
Baptist Church.
If you would like more infor-
mation on the fishing tourna-
ment or the family festival, you
can go to www.unitedwaysrc.org
or call 623-4507.


Bodenstein tied for second at Gainesville Junior


Milton's Fisher Bodenstein
finished in a tie for second at the
Hurricane Junior Golf Tour's
Gainesville Junior Challenge at
Haile Plantation Golf Club.
There were somerough times
for Bodenstein, who finished 10
strokes back of Jacksonville's
John Jonas in the boys 13-15 di-
vision and the overall title.
Bodenstein was able to en-
dure the windy condition on day
one with gusts of 10 to 15 miles
per hour as he carded a 76. This
was five strokes off the pace set
by Jonas.
But overnight, the rains
came and the Gary-Player-de-
signed course played much lon-
ger on Sunday as Bodenstein'S
score ballooned to an 81.
This Gary Player design


is the premier course in the
Gainesville area. The tempera-
tures throughout the weekend
were ideal. The wind was the
,main element the field had to
endure during round one with
consistent gusts of 10-15 mph.
Between rounds, a heavy rain-
storm dropped a lot of water
on the course, causing it to play
longer on Sunday.
Bodenstein finished tied with
Daniel Ko, from Gainsville, who
carded rounds of 80 and 77.
In the Boys 16-19 division,
Bryan Odaiyar, of Orlando, card-
ed rounds of 73-76 for a tourna-
ment total of 149. He then need-
ed three playoff holes to claim
the title. Odaiyar played well
all weekend, but the highlight
of his round came during the


first round on the par 3 fifth hole
where he recorded a hole-in-
one. This is the first hole-in-one
in the history of the HJGT.
Nathan Anderson, of
Duluth, Minn., also posted 149
but came up a little short in the
playoff. Anderson fired rounds
of 75-74. August Jonas, of
Jacksonville, and Steven Yang,
of Orlando, finished in a tie for
third place with two day totals
of 153.
In the Boys 10-12 division,
Kyler Tate of Keystone Heights
won with two consistent rounds
of 72-73 for a tournament total of
145. Tate played great coming
down the stretch to seal his first
victory on tour. Jack Comstock,
of Jacksonville, was tied with
Tate after the first round but


came up a little short, firing a
four over par 75 to finish alone in
second place. Rounding out the
top three was Jake Ludwick, of
St. Augustine, who shot rounds
of 81-80.
In the Girls 10-19 division,
Kristine Odaiyar, of Ocala, took
the first round lead posting
76 and then followed it up in
round two with a one-over-par
72. Odaiyar played consistently
throughout the tournament,
which included three birdies
during Sunday's final, round.
Laura Weaver, of Jacksonville,
carded a two day total of 165
with rounds of 76-86 to finish
in second place. Rounding out
the top three was Ali Hamil, of
St. Augustine, with a tourna-
ment total of 168.


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SANTA ROSA TO TAKE TO THE STREETS

FOR EARTH DAY


In celebration of Earth Day, many
citizens and groups will take to the
streets and be proactivebyparticipat-
ing in The Great American Clean-Up.
The event is sponsored locally by the
Santa Rosa Clean Community Sys-
tem and will be part of a nation wide
effort sponsored by their parent orga-
nization Keep America Beautiful. The
goal of the event is to get the commu-
nity involved in cleaning up our own
back yard, raising awareness of the
economic, health and tourism ben-
efits of having a clean environment
and generating pride among the
citizens. Similar events will be tak-
ing place during the month of April in
hundreds of communities throughout
the United States.
The local corporate sponsor for the
event is Allied Waste Systems, which
will be providing dumpsters at local
meeting spots, as well as drinking wa-
ter and trash bags. Allied's commit-


ment to the local community has been
well documented by their donation
to local schools of recycling contain-
ers, sponsorship of major clean-ups
throughout the year and consistent
sponsorship of many Clean Commu-
nity activities.
The event will take place on Satur-
day, April 18 starting at 8 am and going
through noon. Organizers are hoping
to get over 1,000 people this year, after
having over 700 in 2007 and over 800 in
2008. Meeting spots are as follows:
Milton Milton High School
Pace Pace Assembly of God
Navarre NatureWalk Park
Avalon Christain Life Church
Munson Blackwater Baptist
Church
Bagdad Bagdad Museum
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For more information, call the
Clean Community System at 623-
1930 or visit www.srclean.org.


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and Escambia County High
Schools who will be taking
the June 6th SAT and the
June 13th ACT tests. This
will be held in Gulf Breeze.
Alice Hart will conduct the
workshop. There will ibe.
approximately 12 hours of
instruction and 5 sessions
covering the ACT and the
SAT.
Workshop dates and.
times are as follows: Tues-
day, May 12 6 to 8 p.m.;
Wednesday, May 13 -6 to 8
p.m.; Thursday, May 14 6
to 8.p.m.; Monday, May 18
5:30 to 8:30 p.m.; Tuesday,
May 19th 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Registrations for this
workshop must be post-
marked by Monday, April
27.
All materials, snacks
and drinks are furnished.
Students will need to bring
calculators. If you have any
questions, please contact
Mrs. Hart via email at am-
hartl966@aol.com or her
cell phone at 615-585-2401.
The 2009-10 School Year
workshops will resume in
September 2009.

City of Milton
meetings
-The City of Milton's
Public Works Committee
will meet on Tuesday, April
7 at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. All meetings
are open to the public. For
further information, con-
tact the City Manager's
Office at 983-5411.
-City of Milton's Com-
puter Committee will meet
on Monday, April 13, 2009
at 8 a.m. in Conference
Room B at City Hall, 6738:
Dixon Street. It is open to
the public. For more infor-
mation, contact 983-5411.

Container gardening
The Morning Glory Cir-
cle of the Milton Garden


Club will have their month-
ly meeting Thursday, April
9 at 9:30 a.m. in the Mil-
ton Garden Center, 5256
Alabama Street in Milton.
The' program for the April
meeting will be Container
Gardening presented by
Master Gardener Claire
Teixeira. Please call Lynn
at 675-6744 for additional
information.

Internet safety
course for parents
and guardians
The Santa Rosa County
Library System will host
"The NetSmartz Work-
shop: Internet Safety for
Parents & Guardians," a
safety course for parents,
guardians, and other inter-
ested adults who want to
understand more about the
Internet and the possible
risks children face online.
The 60-minute presen-
tation created by the Na,
tional Center for Missing
& Exploited Children@
and Boys & Girls Clubs of
America utilizes the latest
statistics, online resources,
videos, and expert tips to
educate, engage, and em-
power adults to help teach
children and teens to be
safer when using the Inter-
net.
'The program will take
place at 7 p.m. at each loca-
tion: Jay Library on Mon-
day, April 13; Pace and Gulf
Breeze Libraries on Tues- -
day, April 14; and Navarre
and Milton Libraries on
Thursday, April 16.
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries
are located in Gulf Breeze,
Jay, Milton, Navarre, and
Pace.
Find additional infor-
mation at www.santarosa.
fl.gov/libraries.


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ness Development Center/
Procurement Technical
Assistance Center (PTAC)
Program located at 401 E.
Chase Ste. 100, is offering
a workshop entitled, "Are
You Registered With the
Federal Government?" on
Friday, April 17 from noon
to 1 p.m. It will explain what
information is required,
how to register and how
the information is used. If
you are already registered,
find out if you have missed
some vital steps. The
workshop if free, however,
pre-registration is recom-
mended. To register, call
Vanessa McCall at 850-473-
7826 or Diane Miller at 850-
473-7830. Visit the PTAC
website at www.fptac.org
for more information.

Passion week
schedule
Trinity By The Fields,
the Anglican Mission in
America, is presenting
the Passion Week Sched-
ule. Come worship with us
in the .Anglican tradition
during the week of Jesus'
passion. Follow Him on
His journey to Jerusalem,
and to the cross. All are
welcome! Palm Sunday
(tomorrow) service is at 10
a.m. Morning Prayer Ser-
vice is Monday, Tuesday
& Thursday at 9 a.m. Holy
Eucharist is Wednesday at
6:30 p.m. Good Friday, Holy
Eucharist is at 12 noon.
Good Friday, Stations of
the Cross is at 6:30 p.m,
Easter Sunday (April 12)
Service is at 10 a.m.

ACT/SAT workshop
This is the last workshop
for the 2008-09 School Year!
This workshop will assist
students in the Santa Rosa


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Teen driving challenge class

Special to the Press Gazette This class will be under- between the age of 16-18,
the direct supervision of a Santa Rosa resident (out
Last year Sheriff Wen- instructors from the sher- of county residents will
dell Hall initiated a "teen iff's office. The program be accepted if class is not
driving course" to help re- is twelve (12) hours long full), and have all permis-
duce accidents caused by and the first class will be siorl forms filled out and
teenage drivers, conducted on Friday April returned to the training di-
This program is based 24, 2009 from 5:00 p.m. to vision (or to the instructor
on the startling statistics 9:00 p.m. at the Santa Rosa the night of the first meet-
in America that shows ve- Sheriff's Office training ing).
hicular accidents are the room for the classroom Each student will also
number one cause of death portion of the course and need to provide their own
for young adults. Saturday April 25, 2009 motorvehicle and dress ap-
The SRSO is happy to from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m propriately (no tank tops,
announce another course at the US Navy Choctaw flip-flops, "short-shorts",
will be offered on a first landing field off Highway etc.). On the second day
come first serve basis. 87 for the practicum por- of the training, each par-
The course outline cov- tion. ticipant should bring sun-
ers such topics as vehicu- The runway will be screen, sunglasses, a hat
lar maintenance, vehicular used for forward and re- (if wanted) and drinks.
dynamics, aggressive and verse serpentine, thresh- An hour lunch will be
impaired driving. A driving old braking, figure eight, taken around 11:30 "on
course will be arranged evasive maneuver and your own", at the landing
and the young drivers will backing. The student's field with class commenc-
be required to traverse the personal automobile will ing an hour later. The class
course in a series of prac- be used during the entire will be limited to the first
tical exercises to include course, ten students who apply.
braking, swerving and re- Each student will need For further information
covering their vehicle from to be a licensed driver (no please contact Cindy Sarv-
spin outs. learners permit allowed), er at 983-1236.





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The MHS Band making shishkabobs in the cafeteria. Look for the
"Famous"MHS Band Shishkabobs at the Santa Rosa County Fair!
Milton High School Symphonic Band received an over-
all Superior rating (2-1-1) on their Stage Performance
and a Superior rating in the Sightreading Portion of the
Florida Bandmaster's Association District 1 Concert
Music Performance Assessment this past weekend at Ft.
Walton Beach High School. Thirty (30) high school
bands participated in the event and only 9 bands re-
ceived an overall superior rating. Band Director, Grey
Weaver commented that During his 15 years at MHS,
he ha d never seen an event so toughly adjudicated.

MHS's Concert Band ranked among many of the other
concerts bands receiving a 3-2-3 for their stage perfor-
mance and an Excellent (2) in the sightreading portion.
Congratulations to all the students that participated in
this event!


Panther Racing traveled to the USF Campus in Tampa, FL to participate in the Double Hitter,
Electrathon American Sanctioned Event in February. In the first race, A.J. Schang placed 2nd and
H. Henderson placed 1st. In the second race, H. Henderson was 3rd and AJ. Schang was 4th.
Overall Panther Racing placed 2nd and 3rd.
Congratulations Panther Racing!

MATH BOWL
'Milton participated in the Math Bowl held at North\,est
Florida State College on Friday, March 6th 2009. Miltons
team includedJessica Brooks, Jessica Paul, Zachary Brannen,
Thomas Leach, Aithur Schang, DesireeJames, Bryc McAnal-
ly, andJames Pool. Milton placed Sth and received a trophy
for group Y division. James pool placed 3rd in the
individual's category with a test score of 98 and received a
plaque for his accomplishment. He was competing against
71 other students in this class. Please congratulate these par-
ticipants for a job well done!


MTV'
Milton High's very own MTV is the winner of the
WEAR-TV Don't Drink and Drive PSA contest! The
prize is a $1,000 check from WEAR and The Lewis
Bear Company. MTV submitted four entries, and the
Grouip Gold won with their entry of"I choose to be
one more" won. This group filmed several students
around the campus saying, "I choose to be one
more"....making a commitment to be one more
person to make.the right decisior'not to drink and
drive, The PSAwill also be aired during the prom
and.graduation season on WEAR.


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Stand and be counted when




the U.S. census takers arrive


Brian Hughes
Florida Freedom Newspapers

There are a lot of good
reasons to make sure you
and your family are includ-
ed in the nation's dicennial
census.
Making sure our region
is proportionately repre-
sented in both state and
federal government is but
one reason.
Making sure the proper
percentage of our tax dol-
lars comes back to' Oka-
loosa County in the form of
municipal works projects,
equipment grants and edu-
cational opportunities is
another.
But if that tedious civ-
ics blather is just too bor-
ing, how about this factor:
Being accurately counted
could also mean the differ-
ence between Crestview
getting, say, a Target or a
Red Lobster, or not.
'The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office reminds cit-
izens that the U.S. Census
Bureau will be conducting
field operations in parts of
Okaloosa County over the
next four months.
"All of the data analysis
companies that use demo-
graphics use census data,"
explained Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
executive director Wayne
Harris. "When a business
does its due diligence and
analysis of an area, all the
data they use is from the
Census Bureau.
"Having the correct
information creates an
environment that has bet-
ter numbers," Harris said.
"They call it rooftops and
traffic."
Each "rooftop" rep-
resents three and a half


people who live in the area
under consideration.
"The more information
that is available, the more
likelihood that we will at-
tract more business to the
area," said Harris, who is
also the county commis-
sioner for most of the News
Bulletin coverage area.
Census takers may
carry a laptop or handheld
computer bearing the insig-
nia of the Census Bureau,
said the sheriff's release.
"All employees, both
temporary decennial staff-
ers and permanent field
representatives, can be
identified through iden-
tification cards issued by
the Census Bureau," said
OCSO spokesman Michelle
Nicholson in the release.
"The workers will never
ask for social security or
bank information."
Harris said that the
region's population was
"woefully" undercounted in
the 2000 census. To attract
the businesses they desire,
residents need to be sure
the business owners know
we're here.


U.S. CENSUS BUREAU I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
HEAD COUNT: Census Bureau enumerators (the folks
who count folks) are identified by government I.D.
badgesand clearly marked equipment. Being
counted in the 2010 census is vital to bringing
businesses to our area.


"There seems to be this
feeling that chambers of
commerce or city leaders
are the ones who bring in
businesses," Harris said.
"That's not true."
"The more people we
show, the more likelihood
of getting retail, restau-


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V. Time Limit for RFI: Friday, April 10, 2009, by 5 p.m. (CST).
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VII. Disclaimer: The Area Agency does not intend to award a
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only going to use the data
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in the north county and as
people do the right thing
and fill out their census
forms, the more business-
es that will say, 'We want to
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Saturday, April 4, 2009


Covenant Hospice

to participate in

National Health

Care Decision Day


Special to the Press Gazette
Covenant Hospice
along with other na-
tional, state and com-
munity organizations,
are leading a massive
effort to highlight the
importance of advance
healthcare decision-
making-an effort that
has culminated in the
formal designation of
April 16 as National
Healthcare Decisions
Day (NHDD). As a par-.
ticipating organization,
Covenant Hospice is
providing information
and tools for the pub-
lic to talk about their
wishes with family,
friends and healthcare
providers, and execute
written advance direc-
tives, or living wills in
accordance with state
laws;
Specifically, on April
16, from 10:00 a.m. to
1:00 p.m. Covenant
Hospice is welcoming
the public at the Cov-
enant Hospice Milton
branch office, located
at 5907 Berryhill Rd.
with free information


about advance care
planning and advance
directive forms. Light
snacks and refresh-
ments will be served.
"As a 'result of
National Health-
care Decisions Day,
many more people in
our community can
be expected to have
thoughtful conver-
sations about their
healthcare decisions
and complete reliable
advance directives
to make their wishes
known," said Dale O.
Knee, Covenant Hos-
pice President & CEO.
"Fewer families arid
healthcare providers
will have to struggle
with making difficult
healthcare decisions
in the absence of guid-
ance from the patient,
and healthcare provid-
ers and facilities will
be better equipped
to address advance
healthcare planning
issues before a crisis
and be better able to
honor patient wishes
when the time comes
to do so."


Harris named clinical

coordinator at SRMC


Special to the Press Gazette

Santa Rosa Medical
Center is proud to an-
nounce that Pam Harris,
RN, and Clinical Coordi-
nator for Emergency Ser-
vices has been selected as
Health Management As-
sociates, Inc., Outstanding
Nurse of the Year out of all
fifty-eight HMA'hospitals
nation wide.
Gary Newsome, HMA
President and Chief Exec-
utive Officer; Fred Drow,
HMA Senior Vice Presi-
dent, Human Resources;
and Linda Herriage,HMA
Manager Human Re-
sources; Bradley Jones,
HMA President, Division 3
President; Britt Reynolds,
HMA President, Division
1; HMA will present this
prestigious award to Mrs.
Harris in April 15, 2009 at
an honorary ceremony be-
ginning at 11:30 a.m.
The recipient of this
distinguished award
is chosen from a very
competitive field of over


The recipient of this
distinguished award
is chosen from a
very competitive
field of over fifty-six
hospitals.

fifty-six hospitals. Each
nominee is scored based
on demonstration of the
following criteria: com-
munity service activity,
commitment and depend-
ability, creativity and in-
novation, teamwork and
leadership.
"Every day she (Pam)
is a role model for the
staff as she strives to pro-
vide excellent service to
all who enter our hospital
doors:"
"It is through Pam's
strong leadership, unde-
niable dependability, and
commitment to excellence
that she has gained the
utmost respect from the
physicians that she works
with, and also her peers,"
says SRMC.

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Local


Phony Publishers Clearing



House letters circulating


PENSACOLA The Better Business
Bureau has received reports of letters
showing up in northwest Florida mail-
boxes that are supposedly from Pub-
lishers Clearing'House, claiming that
they have won a grand prize drawing
of $1 million. Although the letters and
checks look official, the recipient is the
target of a scam making a sudden re-
surgence nationwide.
"Not surprisingly, the revival ofthis
scam comes on the heels of the real
Publishers Clearing House awarding
a New Jersey woman $5,000 a week
for the rest of her life," said Norman
Wright, president and CEO of the.north-
west Florida BBB.
"Scammers often take advantage of
events in the news, such as Publish-
ers Clearing House giving out a prize,
knowing it'll be on top of people's
minds."
The letter is accompanied by a check
for as much as $5,900 with instructions
to call a Publishers Clearing House
representative. Victims are told that
they must cash the check and then wire


approximately $4,000 to Publishers
Clearing House in order to receive their
prize. However, the check is fraudulent
and money wired to the scammers can-
not be recovered.
Since early March, reports of the
Publishers Clearing House scam have
come in from 20 states including Flor-
ida.
Some have also reported receiving
phone calls from scammers pretending
to be with Publishers Clearing House.
While this scam predominantly
takes advantage of individuals, busi-
ness owners also need to be aware that
their company's name could potentially
be used by fraudsters. The fraudulent
checks sent with the letter are copies
of checks from legitimate businesses
which have been stolen by the scam-
mers.
Businesses located in Alabama, Cal-
ifornia, Kansas, Washington and West
Virginia have discovered that their
checks-which included their name, ad-
dress and even account number-were
reproduced as part of the scam.


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B5


Ronald McDonald

House seeks Kaps

for Kids sponsors

Special to the News Bulletin

The Kaps for Kids event is a fun and easy way to
help support the Ronald McDonald House of North-
west Florida.
Employers are asked to allow a casual day on May
6 for employees who make a $12-$15 donation to the
House. In appreciation for those donations, the Ronald
McDonald House gives participating employees their
choice of a t-shirt, cap or visor.
There is no minimum participation and every dona-
tion is appreciated!
All funds raised go to the Ronald McDonald House
to provide the best available Home-Away-From-Home
and source of respite and resources for children and*
families of children suffering a medical crisis.
If your business would like to be an official sponsor
of Kaps,for Kids or would like to participate, please
contact Kim Henderson at 850-678-7243 or okaloosawal-
ton@rmhpensacola.org.


Cyber crime unit arrests Martin County registered

sex offender for possession of child pornography

Arrest is third made by unit; defendant had over 20 computers in his possession


Attorney General
Bill McCollum today an-
nounced that a Martin
County registered sex
offender has been taken
into custody on charges
of child pornography pos-
session. Tim Orman was
arrested at his Jensen
Beach home today by
law enforcement officers
with the Attorney Gen-
eral's CyberCrime Unit,
the FBI and the Martin
County Sheriff's Office.
Two arrests have al-
ready been made by the
unit Wednesday; a Jack-
'sonville man was arrest-
ed this morning for pro-
moting the sexual per-
formance of a child and
a Hillsborough County
iman was arrested shortly
thereafter for possession
and promotion of child
'pornography.
S"Arresting a registered
sex offender for posses-
sion of child pornography
is a very serious matter,
and a significant accom-
plishmenttowardprotect-
ing Florida's children,"
said Attorney General
Bill McCollum. "Today's
three arrests throughout
the state also emphasize
the importance of our
CyberCrime Unit's pres-
ence statewide."
Orman's possession
of child pornography
was discovered when Cy-.
berCrime investigators
located images of child
pornography during a
routine undercover inves-
tigation and traced the
images back to Orman's
computer. A search war-
rant was served at his
house this morning and
law enforcement seized
more than 20 computers


which will undergo addi-
tional forensic analysis.
Orman, 46, admitted.
to possessing the images
discovered during the in-
vestigation. The images
identified included im-
ages of children appear-
ing to be as young as 10
years old.
According to the Flor-
ida sex offender registry,
Orman's prior convic-


tion was for a California
charge involving a sexual
crime, on a victim under
the age of 14. Orman.
will be charged with 10
counts of possession of
child pornography which
will be enhanced from
third-degree to second-
degree felonies under
the CyberCrimes Against
Children Act. Additional
charges may be added


after the forensic analy-
sis has been completed
.on the equipment seized
from the house.
The case will be pros-
ecuted by attorneys with
the CyberCrime Unit.
The agencies involved
in today's' arrest are
members of the Central
Florida Internet Crimes
Against Children Task
Force.


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Special to the Press Gazette

Corporal Robert M. Keane, III, USMC, was awarded the
Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Combat "V"
on March 3, 2009.
The award was given to recognize "heroic achievement while
serving as a reconnaissance scout in support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom. On October 21, 2006, (Lance) Corporal Keane fired
his M249 while under lethal enemy fire and,delivered massive
casualties to the enemy and provided a protective curtain of fire
for his fellow Marines.
His actions contributed to the recovery of five enemy
Dragonov sniper rifles.
His perseverance and total dedication to duty reflected great
credit upon himself and is in keeping with the highest traditions
of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service."
Corporal Keane is the Dive Chief with the 3rd Force
Reconnaissance Company in Mobile, Ala.
He enlisted in the Marine Corps in June, 2005, after
attending UWF for a year. Keane has completed Amphibious
Reconnaissance School and the Army Airborne Course.
He was t he Honor Graduate for his class at Marine
Combatant Dive School.
S Corporal Keane, the son of Major and Mrs. Robert Keane of
Milton, is a home school graduate.


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Jimmie Johnson testifies at tax

trial of Castroneves on Monday


NASCAR champion
Jimmie Johnson was the lead-
off defense witness Monday
in the Helio Castroneves tax
evasion trial, testifying that a
lawyer who is-also charged in
the case has a sterling reputa-
tion in the motorsports world.
Johnson, a three-time
Sprint Cup winner, said
Michigan lawyer Alan Miller
has many clients in NASCAR
and the Indy Racing League,
a circuit where the Brazilian-
born Castroneves is a top
driver. Both Castroneves and
Johnson have received finan-
cial guidance from Miller.
"Alan's reputation is about
honesty. His character is sec-
ond to none," Johnson testi-
fied in a 10-minute appear-
ance. "He's given me great
advice."
Miller, 71, is charged with
conspiracy and tax evasion
for allegedly helping
Castroneves, 33, and the dri-
ver's business manager-sister,
35-year-old Katiucia, avoid
U.S. taxes on some $5.5 mil-
lion from 1999 to 2004. All
three face more than six years
in prison if convicted.
.Prosecutors rested their
case Monday after four weeks
of testimony, much of it
focused on Miller's role in
handling financial arrange-


Paul Menard
Owner
Teresa Earnhardt
Joe Gibbs'
Max Jones
Kevin Buckler
Chip Ganassi
Detrich Mateschiltz


ments whenCastroneves was
hired by Penske Racing in late
1999. Prosecutors say the deal
illegally avoided U.S. taxes
on $5 million
of the Penske
money,
which first
was ear-
marked for a
Panamanian
shell corpo-
ration and
then wound
upinaDutch Johnson
deferred
compensation account.
Johnson, 33, said Miller --
a former professional football
player and former NFL
Players Association lawyer --
has represented him for about
12 years and came widely rec-
ommended by racing industry
leaders.
"I needed help to grow in
my career. Alan was that guy
for me," said Johnson, who
won his 41st career NASCAR
race Sunday at Martinsville.
Castroneves also does not
owe U.S. taxes on the $5 mil-
li6n sitting in the Dutch
account because he has not
yet received it, Srebnick said.
Prosecutors claim the taxes
were owed because Penske
was ready and able to pay
Castroneves.


On the


Bubble
Driver: Paul Menard
Owner: Max Jones
Points: 356
Points out of 34th: 23
Points ahead of 36th: 3


Driver
John Andretti
Joey Logano
Paul Menard
David G.ll.:,nd
Aric Almirola
Scott Speed


Points
455
437
414
411
387
386


Taming of the


Tony Stewart

is enjoyin

his new role
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Is Tony Stewart bouncing
around like Tigger?
'No, and he is not roaring
like he has been known to-do
at times either.
Stewart, who went from'
driver to owner/driver when
he formed Stewart-Hass
Racing, has been a rather
pleasant surprise this season
as he, is currently seventh in
driver and owner points with
his Office Depot/Old Spice
Chevy Impala SS, while
teammate Ryan,Newman is
starting to put things togeth-
er after a rather slow start
this season.
Amazingly, things
seemed to have clicked right
from the beginning for
Stewart, who before this sea-
son spent 12 years and two
Sprint Cup Series
Championship seasons driv-
ing for Joe Gibbs Racing.
"I don't think any of us
knew exactly when this
organization was really
going to start hitting its
stride and start clicking,"
said Stewart. "But it has
right off the bat from
Daytona. I mean, obviously
with Ryan's side, we had
four weeks of bad luck in a
row before he got on track,
but he's had a seventh and
sixth place run consecutive-
ly. We had three eighth place
runs in our first four races.
"I feel like we're really
getting on track. I think it's
clicked a little sooner than


Tiger


Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR
Tony Stewart signs an autograph for a fan prior to climbing into his car for the
Goody's Fast Pain Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway.


we all anticipated it would."
The big concern is will
ownership make Tony a
nicer and gentler tiger when
he gets riled up?
"Not at all. I mean, I
. think, if ariything, it's made
me feel like I could get
involved in them if I chose
to," said Stewart: "I think I
focus more on what I got to
do to work with a new crew
chief during the weekends.
The last couple of years
we've been a little better,
with the exception of the
Goodyear controversy last
year, and that wasn't in an
, effort to get in a debate with
them as much as it was just
a response to try to get 'em
to make something better.
"It's been easy to kind of
stay out of controversy.
We've got enough stuff to
keep us busy that I think it's
a.little better to put it all in


perspective and realize that
some of those controversies
aren't worth the time and
effort."
Some of Stewart's suc-
cess has been that he bought
into an 'established team.
Would he have even tried to
start his own team from
scratch like Michael
Waltrip?
"With (David)
Reutimann and Marcos
(Ambrose), they' have had
,two great weekends in a
row. It's been easy to see the
improvement there," said
Stewart. "I can't honestly
imagine building an organi-
zation from scratch. If we
had to start from scratch, I
don't think we would have
tried to take that kind of task
on."
S"We got an opportunity
to come into an organization
that already had pieces in


place; it was just a matter of
getting the right people in
the right places."
This week the question is
will Stewart's success at
Atlanta translate to a suc-
cessful weekend at Texas
since both tracks kind of
look the same.
"They're night 'and day,
in all honesty," said Stewart.
"I'm not sure that everybody
realizes, even though if you
looked at the top of the
tracks, they are shaped
almost identical. But Texas
is built quite a bit different
than Atlanta is and
Charlotte.
"What most people don't
realize is the bottom of the
racetrack, the apron, is
paved all the way to. the
inside wall. That's different
to what you see at Atlanta,
Charlotte, and some of these
other places."


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2008 Pole Winner (mph)
Dale Earnhardt Jr. 190.907
2008 Race Winner (mph)
Cdrl Edwards- 144.814
Track Qualifying Record
Terry Labonte 192.137 m.p.h.
(2000)
Track Race Record
Carl.Edwards- 151.055 m.p.h.
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Driver'
Jeff Gordon
CLint Bowyer
Kurt Busch
Jimmie Johnson
Denny Hamlin
Kyle Busch
Tony Stewart
Carl Edwards
Kasey Kahne
Kevin Harvick


Behind
Leader
-89
-132
-142
-148
-159
-161
-209
-214
-245


After Scotts 300
Driver
1. Carl Edwards
2. Kevin Harvick
3. Kyle-Busch
4. Brendan Gaughan
5. David Ragan
6. Jason Leffler
7. Brian Vickers
8. Justin Allgaier
9. Kenny Wallace
10. Scott Lagasse, Jr.


Behind
Leader
-114
-124
-178
-197
-202
-223
-224
-253
-267


After Kroger 250
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Todd Bodine
3. Ron Hornaday
4. Mike Skinner
5. Matt Crafton
6. Terry Cook
7. Johnny Benson
8. Chad McCumbee
9. Timothy Peters
10. Rick Crawford


Behind
Leader
-38
-71
-76
-121
-154
-167
-177
-179
-186


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After Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200
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1. James Buescher Leader
1. Justin Lofton Leader
3. Joey Logano -10
4. John Wes Townley -25
5. Ken Weaver -30
6. Ed Kennedy -35
7. Parker Kligerman -40
8. Tim George, Jr. -45
9. Darrell Basham -50
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projects that do not ex- pre-qualifying. Legal 3/427
ceed $1,000,000 in es- Documents May Be
timated construction Secured From Dag Ar- IN THE
costs or $50,000 in fees chitects, 40 S. Palafox COURT
arising during a St., Suite 201, Pensa- FIRST JUD
ANNOUNCEMENT five-year period com- cola, Florida, 32502 CUIT IN
| mencing May 1, 2009 Upon A Deposit Of SANTA,
1100- Legal Advertising pursuant to F.S. $300.00 Per Set. De- COUNTY, FL
1110 Classified Notices 287.055. The contract posit Will Be Refunded CIVIL ACTI
1120- Public Notices/ can be canceled by ei- Provided That Plans CASE
1125n-n lrols& s ther'party, without giv- And Specifications Are 57-2008-CA
S Rldeshare ing reason, at the end Returned In Good Or- DIVISION C
113p-Adoptions of each contract year. der To The- Architect
1140 Happy Ads The Board reserves the Within Seven (7) Days U.S. BANK
1150- Personals right to solicit propos- After Bid Date And, ASSOCIATI
1160- Lost als on any project in Further, Provided That TRUSTEE,
1170- Found lieu of utilizing the con- The Contractor Submit HALF OF 1
tinuing contract. A Bona Fide Bid. ERS OF T
Firm's main office must Bids shall be submit- BACKED S
be within a 100-mile ra- ted on the form sup- C OR P
dius of Milton, Florida. plied by the Architect. HOME EQI
The Board reserves the Each bid, must be ac- TRUST, SI
Legal 3/323 right to select multiple companies by a Bid 2006-HE4
engineering firms to be Bond in the amount of B A C
IN THE CIRCUIT placed on continuing 5% of the base bid as PASS-TT
COURT IN AND FOR contract. guarantee that the suc- CERTI F
SANTA ROSA cessful bidder will enter SERIES NC
COUNTY, FLORIDA All persons interested into a written contract Plaintiff,
JUVENILE DIVISION in submitting proposals with the Owner and fur-
CASE NO. may examine proposed nish a, 100% vs.
07-DEP-119 contract specifications "Performance Bond"
available ih the office of and a 100% "Labor and 'MIKA S. W
IN THE INTEREST OF: the' Assistant Superin- Material Payment al,
tendent for Adminis- Bond" satisfactory to Defendant(
C. P C. DOB: trative Services, 6544 the Owner.
12/21/05 Firehouse Road, Mil- The Owner Reserves NOTICE
B. C. A. P DOB: ton, Florida 32570. the Right to Waive In- SCHEDULE
07/24/07 Phone (850) 983-5123. formalities in Bidding CLOSURE
To be considered, pro- and Reject Any and All
MINOR CHILD posals must be re- Bids, NOTICE I!
ceived on or before By,Tim Wyrpsdick, Su- GIVEN pur
TO: Jennifer Smith Wednesday, April 8, perintendent of Order R
2009 at 3:00 p.m., local Schools Foreclosure
Mother of: C. P C., time, at the above ad- March 16, 2
and B. C. A. P., minor dress, and be clearly 032109 tered 'in
children labeled in the lower 032809 57-2008-CA
left-hand corner of the 040409 the Circuit
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- envelope, "Proposal for 3/415 FIRST Jud
TIFIED that a Petition Mechanical and Electri- in and f
under oath has been cal Engineering Contin-- ROSA Cou
filed in the above styled uing Contract." Com- wherein U.S
Court for the termina- petitive selection and Legal 3/416, TIONAL
tion of parental rights of negotiation, will be TO B TION, AS
C. P C., and B. C. A. made in accordance INVITATION ON BEHAL
P., minor children born with Administrative Pro: Sealed Bids Will Be Re- HOLDERS I
in Santa Rosa County, cedures Act. ceived From SET BACKI
by the Department of Pre-qualified Contrac- RITIES CO
Children and Family Letters of interest shall torsBy The Santa Rosa HOME EQ
Services, for subse- include, as a minimum, County School Board, TRUST, S
quent adoption, and the most recent SF330 At The Office Of The 2006-HE4
you are hereby com- form, or the information Assistant Superin- B A C
handed to be and ap- required by these tendent ForAdminis- PASS-THRC
pear before the Honor- forms. Five (5) copies trative Services, 6544 TIFICATES,
able Marci L. Good- of the submittal are re- house Road Up- N 20 is
man, Judge of the Cir- quired. All engineers stairs Conference and MIKA
cult in and for Santa must be registered in Room (Maintenance THE
Rosa County, Florida, Florida and must be B u i I Mi- SPOUSE O
at the Santa Rosa able to produce sealed ig)(850)983-5123, Mi- WATSON N
County Courthouse, documents from a li- ton, Florida, Until 2:30 MICHAEL
Milton, FL, on the 9th censed RCDD if re- PM, Local Time, TUES- the Defend
day of April, 2009 at quired by the School DAY, April 7; 2009, At sell to the
9:00 a.m. You must ei- District. Proposing Which Time Anrd Place best bidder
their appear on the date firms, will make an oral All Bids Will Be Publicly STEPS OF
and at the time speci- presentation on Mon- Opened And Read ROSA
fled or send a written day, April 13, 2009 in Aloud, For The Con- COURTHOI
response to the Court the order proposals are stMuction Of VALON 11:00AM, o
prior to that time. received. MIDDLE SCHOOL- of April, 2C
FIRE 'PROTECTION lowing desc
YOUR FAILURE TO The School District olf Sh Y EM Boar Therty as set
APPEAR OR RE- Santa Rosa County, School BoardOf Santa Final Judgm
SPOND SHALL BE Florida, reserves the Rosa County, Florida.
TREATED AS A CON- right to accept or reject Any Bids Received Af- COMMENC
SENT TO TERMINA- any or all proposals in ter Closing Will Be Re- NORTHWE
TION OF PARENTAL whole or in part and to turned Unopened. NER OF S
RIGHTS AND YOU waive all informalities. All contractors for edu- TOWNSHIP
SHALL' PERMA- national facilities are RANGE
NENTLY LOSE ALL SCHOOL DISTRICT OF hereby notified that to SANTA
LEGAL RIGHTS AS A SANTA ROSA be eligible to bid on COUNTY,
PARENT TO THE COUNTY FLORIDA school projects they THENCE (
CHILD NAMED IN BY: Tim Wyrosdick, must be pre-qualifie 00 DEGRE
THE PETITION FOR Superintendent of Contact the Board at UTES 48
TERMINATION. OF Schools the above address for EAST AL
P RENTAL RIGTSinformation on WEST LIN
PARENTAL RIGHTS. 032109 pre-qualifying. SECTION
WITNESS my hand as 032809 Documents May Be TANCE
the Clerk of said 040409 Secured From Schmidt FEET TO
Court and the Seal /414- Consulting Group, 139 PARENT I
Chereourthandt alyEast Government RIGHT OF
thereof, this 5 day of Street, Pensacola, Flor- GORDAN
March, 2009. ida, 32502 Upon A De- ROAD (F
CLERK OF COURT Legal 3/415 posit Of $100.00 Per WAY
Set. Deposit Will Be THENCE C
SANTA ROSA Refunded Provided
COUNTY, FLORIDA INVITATION TO BID Refunded Provided 50 DEGREE
CIRCUIT COURT Sealed Bids Will Be Re- That Plans And Specifi- UTES 34
SEAL ceived From cations Are Returned In EAST ALI
By: Nicki Norton Pre-qualified Contrac- Good Order To The En- RIGHT OF
Deputy Clerk tors By The Santa Rosa gineer Within Seven (7) TANCE
County School Board, Days After Bid Date FEET TO
031409 At The Office Of The And, Further, Provided OF E
032109 Assistant Superintend- That The Contractor THENCE
032809 ent For Administrative Submit A Bona Fide SOUTH 50
040109 Services, 6544 Fire- Bid. 50 MINUTI
92M3 house Road, Upstairs Bids shall be submit- ONDS EA
Conference Room ted on the form sup- TANCE,
(Maintenance Build- plied by the Engineer. FEET; TH
ing)(850)983-5123, Mil- Each bid must be ac- PARTING 6
Legal 3/414 ton, Florida, Until 2:00 companies by a Bid OF WAY
PM, Local Time, TUES- Bond in the amount of NORTH 39
LEGAL AD FOR ENGI- DAY April 7, 2009, At 5% of the base bid as 09 MINUTI
NEERING SERVICES Which Time And Place guarantee that the suc- ONDS EA
All Bids Will Be Publicly cessful bidder will enter TANCE (
INVITATION TO SUB- Opened And Read into a written contract FEET; TH
MIT PROPOSALS Aloud, For The Con- with the Owner and fur- NORTH 5(
FOR ENGINEERING struction Of "PEA nish a 100% 50 MINUTE
SERVICES RIDGE ELEMENTARY "Performance Bond" ONDS WE
SCHOOL CLASS- and a 100% "Labor and TANCE
TO: ENGINEERING ROOM ADDITION" For Material Payment FEET; TH
FIRMS: The School Board Of Bond" satisfactory to SOUTH 39
Santa Rosa County," the Owner. 09 MINUTI
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- Florida. The Owner Reserves ONDS .WE
TIFIED that the School Any Bids Received Af- the Right to Waive In- TANCE
District of Santa Rosa ter Closing Will Be Re- formalities in Bidding FEET TO
County, Florida, herein turned Unopened. and Reject Any and All OF BEGINN
referred to as the All contractors for edu- Bids.
"Board" pursuant to national facilities are BY Tim Wyrosdick, Su- A/K/A 730C
Florida 'law, is soliciting hereby notified that to perintendent of EVANS F
proposals from me- be eligible to bid on Schools VARRE, FL
chanical and electrical school projects they
engineering firms to must be pre-qualified. 032109 Any person
provide continuing con- Contact the Board at 032809 an Interest
tract services for pro- the above address for 040409 plus from
posed construction information on 3l41i any, other


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property owner as of
the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and' the seal. of this
Court on March 17,
2009.
Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
CIRCUIT COURT
SEAL
By: Angela K. Dunn
Deputy Clerk
032809
040409
3/427

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IN THE CIRCUIT (
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-


CUIT IN AND FOR
ATSt SANTA ROSA
ATSON, et COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
s). CASE NO.
S RE57-2008-CA-001256
OF FRE- DIVISION B
=D FORE-
SALE CHASE HOME FI-
SHRYNANCE LLC,
HEREBY Plaintiff,
suant to an intff
scheduling s
Sale dated .
009 and en- WILLIAM R. CHAM-
Case NO. BERS, et al,
-001139 ofDefendant(s).
Court of the e
icial Circuit NOTICE 'OF RE-
or SANTA SCHEDULED FORE-
nty, Florida CLOSURE SALE
. BANK NA-
ASSOCIA- NOTICE IS HEREBY
Sn TRSTEE GIVEN pursuant to an
F OF, THE Order Rescheduling
F TE- in-- Foreclosure' Sale dated
RP RAT ON March 17, 2009 anden-
RTPO ON tered in Case NO.
ERIE, NC O 57-2008-CA-001256 of
S ES.E' the Circuit Court of the
KASST FIRST Judicial Circuit
K E, D in and for SANTA
UGH CER ROSA County, Flohida
SERIES wherein CHASE HOME
the Plaintiff FINANCE LLC, is the
S. WATSON; Plaintiff and WILLIAM
UNKNOWN R CHAMBERS;
)F MIKA S. SHARON N. CHAM-
/K/A TIMON BERS; REGIONS BANK
BLACK; are SUCCESSOR BY
plants, I will MERGER TO
highest and AMSOUTH BANK; are
for cash at the Defendants, I will
THE SANTA sell to the highest and
COUNTY best bidder for cash at
JSE at STEPS OF THE SANTA
nthe 29 day ROSA COUNTY
i09, the fol- COURTHOUSE at
cibed prop- 11o00AM, on the 22 day
forth in said of
ent: n sa of April, 2009, the fol-
enet: lowing described prop-
e AT T rty as set forth in said
E AT THE Final Judgment:
ST COR-
ECTION 39 LOT 35, BLOCK 5,
1 SOUTH, CARLANN SHORES,
27 WEST, FIRST SECTION, AC-
ROSA CORDING TO THE
FLORIDA; MAP OR PLAT
G0 SOUTH THEREOF AS RE-
ES 06 MIN- CORDED IN PLAT
SECONDS BOOK B, AT PAGE 28,
ONG THE OF THE PUBLIC REC-
E OF SAID ORDS OF SANTA
AA 'DIS- ROSA COUNTY,
OF 268.59 FLORIDA
THE AP-
ORTAHERLY A/K/A 202 JULIA WAY,
SWAY OF GULF BREEZE, FL
EVANS 325610000
RIGHT OF
NKNOWN); Any person claiming
GO SOTNH an interest in the sur-
ES 50 MIN- plus from the sale, if
ONG SAID any, other than the
WAY A D pS property owner as of
WAYADIS- the date of the Lis
OF 22.35 Pendens must file a
THE POINT claim within sixty (60)
EGINNING; days after the sale.
CONTINUE
0 DEGREES WITNESS MY HAND
ES 34 SEC- and the seal of this
ST A DIS- Court on March 17,
OF 75.00 2009
ENCE DE-
SAID RIGHT Mary M. Johnson
LINE GO Clerk of the Circuit
) DEGREES Court
ES 26 SEC- CIRCUIT COURT
ST A DIS- SEAL
F 150.00By: J. Watkins
HENCE GO Deputy Clerk
I DEGREESep
ES 34 SEC- 032809
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Legal 3/429 STREET, SUITE 120, order to participate in unknown heirs, devi- Attorney for der To The Architect each bid must be ac- CORDING TO PLAT The administration of
FT. LAUDERDALE FL .this proceeding you are sees, grantees, credi- Co-Personal Repre- Within Seven (7) Days companies by certified AS RECORDED IN the estate of JOHN DA-
IN THE CIRCUIT 33309 on or before entitled at no cost to tors; and other un- sentatives After Bid Date And, check or bid bond in PLAT BOOK G, PAGE VID ROY ATCHISON,
COURT OF THE April 30, 2009, a date you to the provisions of known persons or 517 East Government Further, Provided That the amount of five per- 55, PUBLIC REC- Deceased, File Num-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- which is within thirty certain assistant please unknown spouses Street The Contractor Submit cent (5%) of the base ORDS OF SANTA ber: 57-2009-CP-88, is
CUlT IN AND FOR (30) days after the first .contact Susan Land at claiming by, through Pensacola, Florida A Bona Fide Bid. bid as guarantee that ROSA COUNTY, pending in the Circuit
*SANTA ROSA publication of this No- 6865 Caroline Street and under any of the 32502 Bids shall be submitted the bidder, if awarded FLORIDA. Court in and for Santa
COUNTY, FLORIDA twice In the (THE PRESS Milton, FL 32570, above-named Defend- Telephone (850) on the form supplied the contract, will within Rosa County, Florida,
CIVIL ACTION GAZETTE IN MILTON) 850-983-1012 within 2 ants, 434-1700 by the Architect. Each ten (10) consecutive Has been filed against Probate Division, the
CASE NO. and file the. original with working days of this re- Defendants. bid must be accompa- calendar days after you land you are re- address of which is:
57-2008-CA-000791 the Clerk of this Court ceipt of this document. C o P e r s o n a I nied by a Bid Bond in written notice being quired to serve a copy 6865 S.W. Caroline
DIVISION A either before service on If you are hearing or NOTICE OF ACTION Representatives: the amount of 5% of given of such award, of your written, de- Street, Milton, Florida
Plaintiff's attorney or Voice impaired call SHARON W. BINKERD the base bid as guar- enter into a written con- fenses, if any, to it, on 32570. The names and
DEUTSCHE BANK Immediately thereafter; 1-800-955-8771. TO: 2713 Oak Tree Drive* antee that the success- tract with the owner in Marshall C. r Watson, addresses of the per-
NATIONAL TRUST otherwise a default will Dated this 17 day of KENNETH R. WED- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida ful bidder will'enter into accordance with the PA., Attorney for Plain- sonal representative
COMPANY, AS TRUS- be entered against you March, 2009. DINGTON A/K/A KEN- 33309 a written contract with accepted bid, and give tiff, whose address is and the personal
TEE FOR FIRST for thp relief demanded NETH WEDDINGTON the Owner and furnish a one hundred percent 1800 NW .49TH representative's attor-
FRANKLIN MORT- in the complaint. MARY M. JOHNSON 2725 SHERWOOD TERRI J. MACHTEL a 100% "Performance (100%) Performance STREET, SUITE 120, ney are set forth below.
GAGE LOAN TRUST Clerk Of The Circuit DRIVE 7663 North Shores Bond" and a 100% Bond and one hundred FT. LAUDERDALE FL All creditors of the de-
2005-FFH4, ASSET If you are a person with Court NAVARRE, FL32566 Drive "Labor and Material percent (100%) Labor 33309 on or before cedent and other per-
BACKED CERTIFI- a Disabilities who need CIRCUIT COURT Navarre, Florida 32566 Payment Bond" satis- and Material Payment April 27, 2009, a date sons having claims or
CATES, SERIES any accommodation in SEAL UNKNOWN SPOUSE factory to the Owner. Bond satisfactory to the which is within thirty demands against
2005-FFH4, .order to participate in By: J. Watkins OF KENNETH R. WED- 032809 The Owner Reserves owner. (30) days after the first decedent's estate, in-
Plantiff, this proceeding you are Deputy Clerk DINGTON A/K/A KEN- 040409 the Right to Waive In- The owner reserves the publication of this No- cluding unmatured,
entitled at no cost to NETH WEDDINGTON 3/434 formalities in Bidding right to waive ipformali- tice in the (PRESS GA- contingent, or unliqui-
vs you to the provisions of 032809 2725 SHERWOOD and Reject Any and All ties in bidding and re- ZETTE IN MILTON) and dated claims, on whom
certain assistant please 040409 DRIVE Bids. ject any and all bids. file the original with the a copy of this notice is
SHERILYN L. HALL, et contact Susan Land at 3/431 NAVARRE, FL 32566 Legal 3/435 By Tim Wyrosdick, Su- BY: Tim Wyrosdick, Su- Clerk of this Court el- served must file their
al, 6865 Caroline Street perintendent of perinterident their before service on claims with this Court
Defendantss. Milton, FL 32570, LAST KNOWN AD- IN THE CIRCUIT Schools Plaintiff's attorney or WITHIN THE LATER
850-983-1012 within 2 Legal3/432 DRESS STATED, CUR- COURT OF THE 032809 immediately thereafter; OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
NOTICE OF RE- working days of this re- RENT RESIDENCE UN- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 032809 040409 otherwise a default will THE DATE OF THE
SCHEDULED FORE- ceipt of this document. IN THE CIRCUIT KNOWN CUIT IN AND FOR 040409 041109 be entered against you FIRST PUBLICATION
CLOSURE SALE If you are hearing or COURT ,OF THE 1st SANTA ROSA 041109 /438 for the relief demanded OF THIS NOTICE OR
SVoice impaired call. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN And any unknown COUNTY, FLORIDA 3436 in the complaint. 30 DAYS AFTER THE
NOTICE IS HEREBY 1-800-955-8771. AND FOR SANTA heirs, devisees, grant- Case No. DAwh OF SERVICE OF
GIVEN pursuant to an ROSA COUNTY, ees, creditors and 08-00518-CA-01 Legal 3/439 If you are a person wit A COPY OF HIS NO-
-Order Rescheduling WITNESS my hand and FLORIDA other unknown persons Legal 3/437 a Disabilities who need TICE ON THEM.
Foreclosure Sale dated the seal of this Court GENERAL JURISDIC- or unknown spouses BANCO POPULAR Sealed bids will be re- any accommodation in All other creditors o
March 16, 2009 nd en- this 18 day of March, TION DIVISION claiming by; trouh NORTH AMERICA, INVITATION TO BID ceived' from order to participate in the decedent and other
tered in Case NO. 2009 CASEj NO: and under the Plaintiff, Sealed Bids Will Be Re- Pre-Qualified Contrac- this proceeding you are persons having claims
S 57-2008-CA000791 of 08001059CA above-named Defend-* ceived From tore by the Santa Rosa entitled at no cost to or demands against
the Circuit Court of the Mary M. Johnson ant(s),, if deceased or vs Pre-qualified Contrac- County School Board, you to the provisions of decedent's estate, in-
FIRST Judicial Circuit As Clerk of the Court HSBC BANK USA, NA- whose last known ad- tors By The Santa Rosa at the office of the As- certain assistant please cluding unmatured,
in' and for- SANTA CIRCUIT COURT TIONAL ASSOCIA- dresses are'unknown. TITAN OUTDOOR DE-. County School Board, distant Superintendent contact Susan Land at contingent, or unliqui-
ROSA County, Florida SEAL -TION, AS TRUSTEE VELOPMENTS, INC., At The Office Of The for Administrative Ser- 6865 Carolie Street dated claims, must file
wherein DEUTSCHE By: Brandy Norris FOR THE HOLDERS YOU ARE HEREBY NO- JAMES N. WATSON,, Assistant Superintend- vices, 6544 Firehouse Milton FL 32570, their claims with this
BANK- NATIONAL As Deputy Clerk OF THE, CERTIFI- TIFIED that an action to CEMEX, INC. f/k/a ent For Administrative Road, upstairs Confer- 850-983-1012 within 2 Court WITHIN 3
. TRUST COMPANY, AS CATES, ISSUED BY foreclose Mortgage SOUTHDOWN INC. ServiceS, 6544 Fiie- ence room working days of this re- MONTHS AFTER THE
TRUSTEE FOR FIRST 032809 DEUTSCHE ALT-A SE- covering the following and EWING IRRIGA- house Road, Upstairs Maintenance Building) ceipt of this document. DATE OF THE FIRST
FRANKLIN MORT- 040409 CURITIES' MORTGAGE real and personal prop- TION PRODUCTS, Conference Room 850) 983-5120, Milton, If you are hearing or PUBLICATION OF
GAGE LOAN TRUST 3/430 LOAN TRUST, SERIES erty described as fol- INC., (Maintenance Build- lorida, until 3:00am Voice impaired call THIS NOTICE.
2005-FFH4, ASSET 2006-ARF3 lows, to-wit: Defendants. ing)(850)983-5123, Mil- local time, Tuesday, 1-80-955-8771. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
BACKED CERTIFI- PLAINTIFF ton, until 2:00 a.., April 14, 2009, at which FILED WILL BE FOR-
CATES, SERIES Legal 3/431 VS. Lot 1, Block 97, NOTICE OF SALE Local Tinie TUESDAY, time and place all bids WITNESS my hand and EVER BARRED.
2005-FFH4, is the HOLLEY BY THE SEA, April 14, 2009, At will be 'publicly opened the seal of this Court The date of first publi-
Plaintiff and SHERILYN IN THE CIRCUIT TROY SMITH; CAR- being a portion of NOTICE IS HEREBY Which Time And Place and read aloud, for the this 20 day of March, cation of this Notice is
L. HALL; GAYLEN R. COURT OF THE 1ST MEN M. SMITH A/K/A Section 10, Townshlp GIVEN that, pursuant All Bids Will Be Publicly, construction of "PEA 2009. March28, 2009.
HALL; UNITED STATES JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN CARMEN SMITH; ANY 2 South, Range 27 to the Final Judgment Opened And Read RIDGE HVAC CAFE-
OF AMERICA; TNANT \AND FOR SANTA AND, ALL UNKNOWN West, Santa Rosa entered in the Aloud, For The Con- TERIA RENOVATION" Mary M. Johnson /s/John Glassman
#1 N/K/A AMANDA ROSA COUNTY, PARTIES CLAIMING County, Florida, ac- above-captioned action struction Of "MILTON for the School Board of As Clerk of the Court JOHN GLASSMAN
HALL are the Defend- FLORIDA BY, THROUGH, UN- cording to the plat re- on the 18 day of March,* HIGH SCHOOL Santa Rosa County, CIRCUIT COURT Florida Bar No.::
ants, I will sell to the CIVIL DIVISION DER, AND AGAINST corded In Plat Book 2009, I will -sell the FOUR ESE CLASS- Florida. SEAL 775630
highest and best bid- CASE NO.: THE HEREIN NAMED B, Page 155, of the property situated in ROOM ADDITIONS" According to drawings By: J. Watkins 1127 North Palafox
der for cash at STEPS 2007-1157-CA INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- Public Records of Santa Rosa County, For The School Board and specifications cov- As Deputy Clerk Street
OF THE SANTA ROSA ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT said County. Florida, described as: Of Santa Rosa County, ring the work, any Pensacola, Florida
COUNTY COURT- CHASE HOME FI- KNOWN TO BE DEAD. Florida. bids received after 032809 ,. 32501
HOUSE at 11:00AM, on NANCE LLC, OR ALIVE, WHETHER has been filed against The following portion of Any Bids Received Af- closing will be returned 040409 (850) 434-0663
'the 21 day of 'April, Plaintiff, SAID UNKNOWN PAR- you and you are re- land in Section 22,. ter Closing Will Be Re- unopened. 23443 (850) 435-8882 Fac-
2009, the following de- TIES MAY CLAIM AN quired to serve a copy Township 2 -South, turned Unopened. In case of. discrepan-' simile
scribed property as set vs. INTEREST. AS of your written de- Range 26 West, in Lot All contractors for edu- cies occurring in stated Attorre for Personal
forth in said Final Judg- SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- fenses, if any, to it on FF as shown on the flat national facilities are amounts n the contrac- Legal 3/444 Representative
ment: SON NGOC NGUYEN;VISES GRANTEES Szane Barett, Butler of CRESCENT hereby notified ,that to tor's bid, the owner re-
MONOGRAM CREDIT OR OTHER CLAIM- & Hosch, PA., 3185 SHORES, a Subdivi- be eligible to bid on serves the right to IN THE CIRCUIT /s/ Barbara B. Atchison
LOT 1, BLOCK F, CARD BANK OF ANTS; JOHN DOE AND South Conway Road, sion being recorded in school projects they adopt prices written in COURT FOR SANTA BARBARA B. ATCHI-
QUAYSIDE VILLAGE GEORGIA;' NGOC JANE DOE AS 'UN- Suite E, Orlando, Flor- Plat Book A, Page'70, must be pre-qualified words or to reject the ROSA COUNTY, SON
PHASE III, ACCORD- HUYNTHI, NGUYEN KNOWN TENANTS IN ida 32812 and file the of the Public Records Contact the Board at bid. FLORIDA PROBATE 1337 Autumn Breeze
ING TO THE PLAT A/K/A NGOC POSSESSION original with the Clerk of Santa Rosa County, the above address for Contract documents, DIVISION Circle
THEREOF AS .RE- HUYNHTHI NGUYEN; DEFENDANT(S). of the above-styled Florida; commencing information on including drawings and File No. 57,2009-CP Gulf Breeze,, Florida
CORDED IN PLAT JOHN DOE; JANE DOE. Court on or before 30 at a point on the North- pre-qualifying., specifications relative 87. 32563.
BOOK 9, PAGE(S) 18 AS UNKNOWN TEN- NOTICE OF FORE- days from the first pub- west corner of Lot FF Documents May Be Se- thereto, may be in- Personal Representa-
.AND 19, PUBLIC REC- ANT(S) IN POSSES- CLOSURE SALE location, otherwise a for a POINT OF BE- cured From STOA AR- spected at the office of IN RE: ESTATE OF tive
ORDS OF SANTA SION OF THE. SUB- Judgment may be en- GINNING; thence East CHITECTS, 1,21 East Schmidt Consulting
ROSA COUNTY, JECT PROPERTY, .NOTICE IS HEREBY tered against you for along the North line of Government Street, Group, Inc., 139 East Joseph Stansell 032809
FLORIDA. Defendants. GIVEN pursuant to a the relief demanded 'in the West half of'Lot FF, Pensacola, Florida, Government Street, Bynum 040409
Summary Fipal Judg- the Complaint. 210 feet to the North- 32502 Upon A Deposit Pensacola, Florida a.k.a. Joseph S. 3/44
A/K/A 1675 CHAM- RE-NOTICE OF FORE- ment of Foreclosure WITNESS my hand and east corner of the West Of $300.00 Per Set. De- 32501, (850) 438-0050 Bynum, ___ _
PAGNE AVENUE, CLOSURE SALE 'dated Jahuar 14, 2009 seal of said Court on half of Lot FF; thence posit Will Be Refunded (VOICE), (850) Deceased.
GULF BREEZE, FL .entered in Civil Case the 18 day of March, South 960 feet along Provided. That Plans 432-8631 (FAX); and I Lega 4/448
S32563 NOTICE' IS HEREBY N4 08001059CA of the 2009. the East line of the And Specifications Are the Dodge Plan Room NOTICE TO CREDI- CICUIT
GIVEN, pursuant to a Circuit Court of the 1st West half of LotFF to a Returned In Good .Or- i" Pensacola, Florida, T S '.N COU RT FR SNTA
Any person claiming Final Judgment, of Judicial Circuit in and If you are a person with point on the North- der To The Architect Plans and specifica- COURT FOR SANTA
an Interest In the sur- Foreclosure dated the for SANTA ROSA a disability.who needs right-of-way line of U.S. Within Seven (7) Days tions may be secured The administration of ROSA COUNTY,
plus from the sale, If 16 day of March, 2009, County, MILTON, Flor, accommodation, in or- Highway 98; thence After Bid Date And, from Schmidt Consult- the estate of Joseph FLORIDA SION
any, other, than the and entered in Case ida, I will sell to the der to participate in this Westerly 38 feet along Further, Provided That ing Group, Inc., by the Stansell Bynum a.k.a. PROBLATE DIVISION
property owner as of No. 2007-1157-CA, of highest and best bid- proceeding, you are right-of-way line to a The Contractor Submit contractor upon a de- Jos.eph S. Bynum, de- 2.IL NO..:
the date of the Lis the Circuit Court of the, der for cash at THE entitled, at no cost to point; thence North- A Bona Fide Bid. posit of $100.00 per ceased, whose date of 57-2009C-84
Pendens must file a 1ST Judicial Circuit in NORTH FRONT STEPS you, for the provision .of westerly 345.75 test to Bids shall be submitted set, which deposit will death was February 8, DIVISION:
claim within sixty.(60) and for Santa Rosa at the SANTA ROSA the certain assistance, a point on the West line on the form supplied be refunded in full pro- 2009, is pending in the
days after the sale, County, Florida, County Courthouse lo- Please .contact Court of the West half 'of Lot by the Architect. Each vided that plans and Circuit Court for Santa IN RE:
wherein CHASE HOME cated at .6865 CARO- Administration at 6865 FF; thence' North bid must be accompa- specifications are re- Rosa County, -Florida, ESTAE ELAINE
WITNESS MY HAND FINANCE LLC is the LINE STREET in MIL- Caroline Street, Milton, 665.25 feet along the nied by a Bid Bond in turned in good'order to Probate Division, the ESTAITE OF LAIN
and the seal of this Plaintiff and SON TON, Florida, at 11:00 Florida 32570, Tele- West line of the West the amount of 5% of Schmidt Consulting address of which is BRIG ,.
Court on March 17, NGOC NGUYEN; a.m. on the 29 day of phone (850) 623-3639 half of Lot FF to a the base bid as guar- Group, Inc., within 6865 Caroline Street, Deceased.
2009. MONOGRAM CREDIT April, 2009 the follow'- within 2 working days POINT OF BEGINN- antee that the success- seven (7) days after bid Milton, Florida ... TO C
SCARD BANK OF ing descbed property of your receipt of this ING; LESS AND EX- ful bidder will enter into date and further, pro- 32570-0472. The N TORE
Mary M.Johnson. GEORGIA; NGOC as set forth. in said document. If you are CEPT the North 206 a written contract with vided that the.contrac- narnes and addresses LRS
Clerk .of the Circuit HUYNTHI NGUYEN Summary Final Judg- hearing or voice. m- feetthereof. i. the Owner and furnish tor submit a bona fide of the personal repre- adm train of
'Court A/K/A NGOC ment, to-wit: paired, call a 100% "Performance bid. sentative and the per- The administration of
CIRCUIT COURT HUYNHTHI NGUYEN; LOT 32, BLOCK A, 1-800-955-8771. at public sale, to the Bond" and a 100% Each bid shall be sub- sonal representative's the estate of ELAINE
SEAL JOHNDOE; JANE DOE SANTA VILLA VI highest bidder, for "Labor and Material mitted on form sup- attorney are set forth BRIGGS, deceased,
B:J. Watkins AS UNKNOWN TE- SUBDIVISION, AC CLERK OF THE CIR- cash, the Santa Rosa Payment Bond" satis- plied by the :engineer, below. whose de of death
DeputyClerk ANT (S IN POSSES CORDING TO THE CUIT COURT County Courthouse factory to the Owner each bid must be ac- All creditors of the de- as Febuary 6, 2009,
SSION OF THE SUB- PLAT THEREOF,, AS CIRCUIT COURT 6865 S.W. Caroline St. The Owner Reserves companies by certified cedent and other per- i pending in the Circuit
032809- 'JECT PROPERTY are RECORDED IN PLAT SEAL Milton, FL 32570, at the Right to Waive In- check or bid bond in sons having claims or Court for Santa Posa
040409 defendants. I will-sell to BOOK C, PAGE(S) By: Angela Dunn 11:00 a.m. on April 28, formalities in Bidding the amount of five per- demands against County, Florida, Pro-
3/42 the. highest and best 104, INCLUSIVE,, OF Deputy Clerk 2009. and Reject Any and All cent (5%) of the base decedent's estate on bate Division, File
_____ __ bidder for cash at the THE PUBLIC i REC- Any person claiming an Bids. bid as guarantee that whom a copy of this N. u m b e r
NORTH FRONT STEPS ORDS. OF SANTA 032809 interest in the surplus By Tim Wyrosdick, Su- the bidder, if awarded notice is required to be 57-2009-CP-84, the ad-
Legal 3/430 OF COURTHOUSE at'.ROSA 'COUNTY, 040409 from the sale, if any, perintendent of, the contract, will within served must file their dress of which is 6865
the Santa Rosa County FLORIDA. other than the property Schools ten (10)' consecutive claims with this court S.W Caroline street,
IN THE CIRCUIT Courthouse in Milton, -owner as of the date of calendar days after WITHIN THE LATER Milton, FL 32570. The
COURT OF THE 1ST Florida, at 11:00 a.m. Any person claiming an' the lis pendens must 032809. written notice being OF 3 MONTHS AFTER names and addresses
UDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN on the 28 day of April interest in the surlusLegal 3/434 file a claim within 040409 given of such award, THE TIME OF THE of the person repre-
AND FOR SANTA 2009, the following de- from the 'sale. if any. days after the sale. The enter into a written con- FIRST PUBLICATION tentative and the per-
ROSA COUNTY, scribed property asset other than the roert IN THE CIRCUIT .court in its discretion, tract with the owner in OF THIS NOTICE OR sonal representative's
'FLORIDA' forth in said Final owner as of the date of COURT IN AND FOR may erilarge the time of accordance with the 30 DAYS AFTER THE attorney are set forth
CIVIL DIVISION the lis oendns, must SANTA ROSA the sale Notice of the a cepted bid, and give DATE OF SERVICE OF below.
CASE NO.: SEE EXHIBIT "A" AT- file a claim within 60 COUNTY, FLORIDA changed time of saleLegal3/438 one hundred percent A COPY OF THIS NO- All creditors other de-
57-2009-CA-q00212 TACHED days after the sale. PROBATE DIVISION shall be published as (100%) Performance TICE ON THEM. cedent and other per-
FILE NO.: 2009-CP-89 provide herein Sealed bids will be re- Bond and one hundred All other creditors of sons, who have claims
CHASE HOME Fl- EXHIBIT' A" ', Dated this 19 day of herein ceived from percent (100%) Labor the decedent and other or demands against
NANCE, LLC, March, 2009. IN RE: ESTATE OF WITNESS my hand and Pre-Qualified. Contrac- and Material Payment persons having claims decedent's estate, in-
l laintif, COMMENCE AT THE the seal of this Court tors by the Santa Rosa Bond satisfactory to the or demands against cluding unmatured,
vs. NORTHWEST COR- MARY M. JOHNSON FRANK B. WILSON, on March 19, 2009. -County School Board, owner. decedent's estate must contingent or unliqui-
YOLANDA A. RICAR- NER OF THE' SOUTH- Clerk of the Circuit Deceased. at the office of the As- The owner, reserves the file their claims with this dated claims, and who
DEZ A/K/A YOLANDA EAST QUARTER OF Court Mary M. Johnson sistant Superintendent right to waive informali- court WITHIN 3 have been served a
RICARDEZ A/K/A YO- THE NORTHWEST CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE TO CREDI- Clerk' of the Circuit for Administrative Ser- ties in bidding and re- MONTHS AFTER THE copy of this notice,
LANDA RICHARDEZ, et QUARTER OF SEC- SEAL TORS Court vices, 6544 Firehouse ject any and all bids. DATE, OF THE FIRST must file their claims
al TION 28, TOWNSHIP By: Angela K. Dunn CIRCUIT COURT Road, upstairs Confer- BY: Tim Wyrosdick, Su- PUBLICATION OF with this court WITHIN
Defendants. 2 NORTH, RANGE 28 Deputy Clerk The administration of SEAL ,ence room perintendent THIS NOTICE. THE LATER OF THREE
WEST, SANTA ROSA the estate of FRANK R. By: J. Watkins (Maintenance Building) ALL CLAIMS NOT (3) MONTHS AFTER
NOTICE OF ACTION COUNTY, FLORIDA; THE LAW OFFICES OF WILSON, deceased, Deputy Clerk (850) 983-5120, Milton, 032809 FILED WITHIN THE THE DATE OF -THE
THENCE /SQUTH 01 DAVID J. STERN, RA., with the case number Florida, until 2:30L.m 040409 TIME PERIODS SET FIRST PUBLICATION
TO: YOLANDA A., RI- DEGREE 01'40" WEST ATTORNEY FOR indicated : above, is 030809 local time, Tuesday, 041109 FORTH -IN SECTION OF THIS NOTICE OR
CARDEZ A/K/A YO- ALONG THE .WEST PLAINTIFF pending in the Circuit 040409 April 14, 2009, at which 3/4 733.702 OF THE FLOR- THIRTY (30) DAYS AF-
LANDA RICARDEZ LINE THEREOF 40.00 900 South Pine Island Court for Santa Rosa 3/435 time and place all bids IDA PROBATE CODE TER THE DATE OF
A/K/A YOLANDA FEET TO THE SOUTH- Road Suite 400 County, Florida, Pro-' will be publicly opened WILL BE FOREVER SERVICE.OF A COPY
RICHARDEZ ERLY RIGHT OF WAY Plantation, FL bate Division', the ad- and read aloud, for the Legal 3/443 BARRED. OF THIS NOTICE ON
Last Known Address: LINE OF CHINQUA- 33324-3920 dress of which is 6865 Legal 3/436 construction of "PACE NOTWITHSTANDING THEM.
2528 Edwina Court, PIN ROAD (40.00' (954)233-8000 S.W. Caroline Street, HIGH HVAC GYM IN THE CIRCUIT THE TIME PERIOD
Gulf Breeze, FL32563 R/W); THENCE 08-47614(ASCF) Milton, Florida 32570. INVITATION TO BID RENOVATION" for the COURT OF THE 1ST SET FORTH ABOVE, All other creditors of
4017Also attempted At: SOUT H 88 DEGREES N A The names and ad- Sealed Bids Will Be Re- School Board of Santa JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ANY CLAIM FILED the.decedent and other
4017 Sheridan Dr., M 53'20" EAST ALONG IN ACCORDANCE dresses of the ceived From Rosa County, Florida. AND FOR SANTA TWO (2) YEARS OR persons who have
ton, FL 32571 SAID SOUTHERN WITH THE AMERI- co-personal represent- Pre-qualified Cohitrac- According to drawings ROSA COUNTY, MORE AFTER THE claims or demands
Current Residence Un- RIGHT OF WAY LINE CANS WITH DISABILI- atives and of the tors By The Santa Rosa and specifications cov- FLORIDA DECEDENT'S DATE OF against the decedent's
known 824.06 FEET TO THE TIES ACT, persons with co-personal represent- County School Board; ering the work, any CIVIL DIVISION DEATH IS BARRED. estate, including unma-
EASTERLY RIGHT OF disabilities needing a atives' attorney are, set At The Office Of The bids received after CASE NO.: tured contingent or
UNKNOWN SPOUSE WAY LINE' 'OF special accommoda-' forth below. Assistant Superintend- closing will be returned 57-2009-CA-000294 The date of first publi- unliquidated claims,
OF YOLANDA A. RI- OAKWOOD DRIVE tion should contact ,All creditors of the de- ent For Administrative unopened, cation of this notice is must file their claims
S CARDEZ A/K/A YO- (50.00' R/W); THENCE COURT ADMINISTRA- cedent and other per- Services, 6544 Fire- In case of discrepan- COUNTRYWIDE HOME March 28, 2009. with this court WITHSIN
LANDA RICARDEZ SOUTH 01. DEGREE TION, at the SANTA sons having claims or house Road; Upstairs cles occurring in stated LOANS SERVICING LR THREE (3) MONTHS
A/K/A YOLANDA 01'40" WEST ALONG ROSA County Court- demands against the Conference Room' amounts' in the contrac- Plaintiff, Attorney for Personal AFTER 'THE DATE OFU
RICHARDEZ SAID EASTERLY house at 407-467-2758,. decedent's estate, in- (Maintenance Build- tor's bid, the owner re- vs. Representative: THE FIRST PUBLICA
Last Known Address: RIGHT OF WAY LINE 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) cluding unmatured, ing)(850)983-5123, Mil- serves the right to TERRY A. DAVIS, et al, /s/Angela J. Jones TION OF THIS NO-
2528 Edwina Court, 640.80 FEET TO THE or 1-800-955-8770, via contingent or unliqui- ton, Florida, 130 om.., adopt prices .written in Defendants. Angela J. Jones TICE.
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 POINT OF BEGINN- Florida Relay Service, dated claims, on whom Local Time, TUESDAY, words or to 'reject the Florida Bar No. 096441
Also Attempted At: ING; THENCE CON- a copy of this notice is April 14, 2009, At bid. NOTICE OF ACTION Locklin, Jones & Saba, ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
4017 Sheridan Dr., Mil- TINUE SOUTH 01 DE- 032809 served must file their Which Time And Place Contract documents, RA. FILED WILL BE FOR-
top, FL 32571 GREE 01'40" WEST 040409 claims with this court All Bids Will Be Publicly including drawings and TO: 6460 Justice Avenue EVER BARRED.
Current Residence Un- ALONG SAID EAST- 3/'2 WITHIN THE LATER .Opened And Read specifications relative TERRY A. DAVIS Milton, Florida32570 N
known ERLY RIGHT OF WAY _____________ OF 3 MONTHS AFTER Aloud, For The Con- thereto, may be in- Last Known Address: Telephone: (850) NOTWIMTHSTANDING
LINE 128.16 FEET; THE DATE OF THE struction Of "EAST MIL- spected at the office of 6495 Watermark Cove, 623-2500 THE TIME PERIODS
YOU ARE NOTIFIED THENCE SOUTH 88 Legal 3/433 FIRST PUBLICATION TON ELEMENTARY Schmidt Consulting Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 SET FORTH ABOVE
that an action for Fore- DEGREES 53'20" I OF THIS NOTICE OR SCHOOL KITCH- Group, Inc., 139 East Also Attempted At: Personal Representa- ANY CLAIM FILED
closure of Mortgage on EAST 180.00 FEET; IN THE CIRCUIT 30 DAYS AFTER THE EN/CAFETERIA" For Government Street, 3008 Via Conquistado- tive: TWO (2) YEARS OR
the following described THENCE NORTH 01 COURT IN AND FOR DATE OF SERVICE OF The School Board Of Pensacola, Florida res, Navarre, FL 32566 /s/ Donald Joe Bynum MORE AFTER THE
property: DEGREE 01'40" EAST SANTA ROSA A COPY OF THIS NO- Santa Rosa County, 32501, (850) 438-0050 and 546 Baxter St., 13342 Marie Drive DECEDENT'S DATE OF
128.16 FEET; THENCE COUNTY, FLORIDA TICE ON THEM. Florida. (VOICE), (850) Brick, NJ 08723 Manassas, Virginia DEATH IS BARRED.
LOT ,5, BLOCK A, NORTH 88 DEGREES CASE NO: 09-263-CA 'All other creditors of Any Bids Received Af- 432-8631 (FAX); and Current Residence Un- 20112 THE DATE OF FIRST
GRAND POINTE, A 53'20" WEST 180.00 the decedent and other ter Closing Will Be Re- the Dodge Plan Room known TH PIDATI OF F
SUBDIVISION OF A FEET TO THE POINT COUNTRYWIDE HOME .persons having claims turned Unopened. in Pensacola, Florida. 032809 PUBLICATION OF
.PORTION 'OF SEC- OF BEGINNING. SAID LOANS SERVICING, or demands against the All contractors for edu- Plans and specifica- UNKNOWN SPOUSE 040409 THIS NOTICE IS: April
S' TION 36, TOWNSHIP PARCEL BEING LOT L.R decedent's estate, in- national facilities are tions may be secured OF TERRY A. DAVIS 3/444 4, 2009.
2 SOUTH, RANGE 29 38 OF AN UNRE- Plaintiff, cluding unmatured, hereby notified that to from Schmidt Consult- Last Known Address: _____ ______
WEST, SANTA ROSA CORDED SUBDIVI- vs. contingent or unliqui- be eligible to bid on ing Group, Inc., by the 6495 Watermark Cove, Attorneys for Personal
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SION KNOWN AS KENNETH R. WED- dated claims, must file school projects they contractor upon a de- Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 Legal 3/445 Representative:
AS RECORDED IN LAURELWOOD ES- DINGTON A/K/A KEN- their claims with this must be pre-qualified. posit of $100.00 per Also Attempted At:
PLAT BOOK F, PAGE TATES. NETH WEDDINGTON; court WITHIN 3 Contact the Board at set, .which deposit will 3008 Via Conquistado- IN THE CIRCUIT Daniel R. Lozier
82, OF THE PUBLIC UNKNOWN SPOUSE MONTHS AFTER THE the above address for be refunded in full pro- res, Navarre, FL 32566, COURT IN AND FOR Florida Bar No. 455105
RECORDS OF SANTA ANY PERSON CLAIM- OF KENNETH R. WED- "DATE OF THE FIRST information on vided that plans and and 546 Baxter St., SANTA ROSA E M a i /
ROSA COUNTY, ING AN INTEREST IN DINGTON A/K/A KEN- PUBLICATION OF pre-qualifying. specifications are re- Brick, NJ 08723 COUNTY, FLORIDA DRLozier(6LTFLawco
FLORIDA. THE SURPLUS FROM NETH WEDDINGTON; THIS NOTICE. Documents May Be Se- turned in good order to Current Residence Un- PROBATE DIVISION m__,_ THAM-Ec


THE SALE, IF ANY, UNKNOWN TENANT I; ALL CLAIMS NOT SO- cured From STOA AR- Schmidt Consulting known CASE NU: L-'ER', TAMEiw,
Has been filed against OTHER THAN THE UNKNOWN TENANT II; FILED WILL BE FOR- CHITECTS, 121 East Group, Inc., within 57-2009-CP-88 FRAZIER, & SPENCER,
you and you are re- PROPERTY OWNER MORTGAGE ELEC- EVER BARRED. Government Street, seven (7) days after bid YOU ARE NOTIFIED DIVISION: P.A.
quired to serve a ,copy AS OF THE DATE OF TRONIC REGISTRA- Pensacola, Florida, date and, further, pro- that an action for Fore- 24 West Chase Street
of your written de- THE LIS PENDENS TION SYSTEMS, INC.; Date of the. first publi- 32502 Upon A Deposit vided that the contrac-. closure of Mortgage on IN RE: The Estate of: Pensacola, Florida
fenses, if any, to it, on MUST FILE A CLAIM AS A NOMINEE FOR cation of this notice: Of $300.00 Per Set. De- tor submit a bona fide the following described JOHN DAVID ROY 32502.
Marshall C. Watson, WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- COUNTRYWIDE HOME March 28, 2009. posit Will Be Refunded bid. property: ATCHISON, Telephone: (850)
RA., Attorney for Plain- TER THE SALE. LOANS, INC.; HOLLEY Provided That Plans Each bid shall be sub- Deceased. 469-02Q2
tiff, whose address is If you are a person with BY THE SEA IM- RONALD L. NELSON And Specifications Are mitted on form sup- LOT 91, BLOCK B, Facsimile: (850)
1800 NW 49TH a Disabilities who need PROVEMENT ASSOCI- Florida ,Bar Number Returned In Good Or- plied by the engineer, L I G H T H O U S E NOTICE TO CREDI- 469-0006
any accommodation in ATION, INC., and any 280194 POINTE, UNIT III, AC- TORS


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Linda W. Adams; 040409 SANTA ROSA 4/458 action to foreclose a
Legal 4/454 041109 COUNTY, FLORIDA mortgage on the fol-
IN THE CIRC Defedant(s). 4456 CIVIL ACTION O.: Legal 4/459 lowing property in
IN THE CIRCUIT ________CASE NO.: Santa Rosa County,
COURT OF THE AMENDED NOTICE "57-2009-CA-000244 IN THE CIRCUIT Florida:
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- OFSALE Legal 4/457 DIVISION: B OURTHE OFCIRCT
CUlT IN AND FOR COURT OF THE LOT BLOCK J, EAST
SANTA ROSA NOTICE IS HEREBY IN THE CIRCUIT GMAC MORTGAGE, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- LOT 1, BLOCK J, EAST
COUNTY, FLORIDA GIVEN pursuant to an COURT OF THE 1ST LLCIPitfCUIT IN AND FOR IBAY HEIGHTS,F A PoSUB-
CIVIL ACTION Order rescheduling JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Plaintiff, S COUNTY FLORIDOSA DIVISION OF SECTIONS 19R-
CASE -. NO. foreclosure sale dated AND FOR SANTA vs. COUNTY FLORIDA TION OF SECTIONS 19
57-2008-CA-000825 March 25, 2009 entered ROSA COUNTY, CASE NO. AND 20, TOWNSHIP 2
DIVISION B in Civil Case No. FLORIDA TONYA L. TROUTMAN 09000261CA WEST, SANTA ROSA
2008-CA-000737 of the GENERAL JURISDIC- et al, W- E FRO BANK COUNTY, FLORIDA,
WELLS FARGO Circuit Court of the 1st TION DIVISION Defendantss. WELLS FARGO BANK ACCORDING TO THE
BANK, NA, Judicial Circuit in and CASE NO: N. PLAT THEREOF RE-
Plaintiff, for Santa Rosa County, 57-2008-CA-001400 NOTICE OF ACTION P CORDED IN PLAT
vs. Florida, wherein Re- MTG-B Plaintiff, BOOK B AT PAGE 149
gions Bank D/B/A TO: THE UNKNOWUNKNO UN.KNW OF THE PUBLIC REC-
DOUG ARNOLD, et al, Regions Mortgage Suc- U.S. BANK NATIONAL SPOUSE OF TONYA THE R NKNOWN A WORDS OF SANTA
Defendantss. cessor By Merger To ASSOCIATION AS L. TROUTMAN N/K/AN SEES,GRLIENTORS, ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
Union Planters Bank TRUSTEE FOR THE- GERRY KEITH V RSTEES, AND IDA.
NOTICE OF RE- N.A., Plaintiff and Lnda STRUCTURED ASSET TROUTMAN KETH RUSTEES AND A.
SCHEDULED FORE- W. Adams are defend- INVESTMENT LOAN LAST KNOWN AD- CI D r commonly known asU-
CLOSURE SALE ant(s), I will sell to the TRUST, 2006-BNC1, DRESS: 5567 CAMILLE SAN M. CORMIER, DEt 5696commonly known as
highest and best bid- PLAINTIFF, GARDEN CIRCLE AU, e a DR, GULF BREEZE, FL
NOTICE IS HEREBY der for cash AT THE VS. MILTON, FL32570 Defendants 32563 has been filed
GIVEN pursuant to an NORTH FRONT DOOR O 1 against you and you
Order Rescheduling OF THE SANTA ROSA VICTOR PINCKARD, CURRENT ADDRESS: NOTICE OF ACTION are required to serve a
Foreclosure Sale dated COUNTY COURT- ETAL., UNKNOWN copy of your written de-
March 20, 2009 and en- HOUSE LOCATED AT DEFENDANT(S). UNKNOWN enses, if any, to it on
termed in Case NO.6865 CAROLINE ANY AND ALL UN- T NKO tne ian t
57-2008-CA-000825 of STREET OMILTON NOTICE OF ACTION KNOWN PARTIES HEIRS GRANTEES Mi chelle Garcia Gilbert
the Circuit Court of the FLORIDA AT 11:00 CONSTRUCTIVE CLAIMING L BY, DEVSS LIENORSf Seo o
FIRST' Judicial Circuit. A M CENTRAL SERVICE THROUGH, UNDER, TRU TEES, ASU Singer, RA., plaintiffs s
in and for SANTA STANDARD TIME April AND AGAINST THE CANRM. ORMER S attorney, whose ad-
ROSA County, Florida28 28009 the following TO: VICTOR HEREIN NAMED INDI- .SAN COR IER, E dress wt hC Box 80a
wherein WELLS described property as PINCKARD, UN- VIDUAL DEFEND-. CEASEDANT D ALL dress is Pa Floda 33601,
FARGO BANK, NA; is set forth in said Final KNOWN SPOUSE OF ANT(S) WHO ARE CLSMANTS, PART (813) 229-0900, on or
the Plaintiff and DOUG Judgment, to-wit: VICTOR PINCKARD NOT KNOWN TO BE SONSTURALOR CORPOARTIES before May 4 200, on9, (or
ARNOLD; THE UN- whose residence is DEAD OR ALIVE, NATURAL OR CORpO before Mays rom the4, 2009,(or
KNOWN SPOUSE OF THE NORTH 15.0 FEET unknown if he/she/they WHETHER SAID UN- RATE, AND WHOSE 30 dateys from thublicationrst
DOUG ARNOLD N/K/A, OF LOT 17, AND ALL be living; and' if KNOWN PARTIES 'EXACT LEGAL STAINO date of publicatioer) and
TENIESHA. ARNOLD; OF LOT 18 LESS THE he/she/they .be dead, MAY CLAIM AN IN- TUS IS UNKNOWN fe the original with the
CITIBANK; are the De- NORTH. 10.0 FEET the unknown, defend- TEREST AS SPOUSE, CL"MN B UNDfR Clerk of this Court eh -
fendants, I will sell to THEREOF ALL IN ants who may be -HEIRS, DEVISEES, OR AGAINST SUSAN -ther before service on
the highest and best BLOCK 3 GULF spouses, heirs,, devi- GRANTEES, OOR AGAINST SUSA the Plaintiff;s attorney
bidder for cash at BREEZE PARK AC- sees, grantees, assign- OTHER CLAIMANTS M CORMIER, DE- the an or immediately thereay
STEPS OF THE SANTA CORDING TO THE ees, lienors, creditors, CEASED, OR ANY OF ter; otherwise, a default
ROSA COUNTY PLAT THEREOF AS trustees, and all parties LAST KNOWN AD- THE HEREIN NAMED will be entered adefaulnst
COURTHOUSE at RECORDED IN PLAT claiming an interest by, DRESS: UNKNOWN RNDEANIS OR PAR- you for the relief de-
11:O00AM, on the 7 day BOOK B, PAGE 40 OF through, under or FENDANTS OR PAR- you forn the omrelief de-
of May, 2009, the fol- THE PUBLIC REC- against the Defendants, CURRENT ADDRESS. TIES CLAIMING TO Paint
lowing described .prop- ORDS OF SANTA who are not known to UNKNOWN. HAVE ANY RIGHT, TI- plaint.
erty as set forth in said ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- be dead or alive, and 'TLE OR INTEREST IN 33 .
Final Judgment: ''" OSIDA. all parties having or YOU ARE NOTIFIED AND TO THEPROP- .D E 330,2009.
claiming to have any that an action to fore- SCERTY HEREIN D CLERK OF THE
COMMENCE AT THE ANY PERSON CLAIM- right, title or interest in close a mortgage on SCRIBED COURT
MOST NORTHEAST- ING AN INTEREST IN the property described the following property d Honorable Mary M
ERN CORNER OF THE SURPLUS FROM in the mortgage being in SANTA ROSA and- Johnson
LOT 24,B BAYSIDE THE SALE,' IF ANY, foreclosed herein. County, Florida: DAVID BROOKER; and 'P 0 Box 472
SOUTH, BEING A OTHER THAN THE oMilton Florida32572
SUBDIVISION OF A PROPERTY OWNER YOU ARE HEREBY NO- ALL THAT PARCEL all unkn rt CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
PORTION 3OF SEC- AS OF THE DATE OF TIFIED that an action to OF LAND IN CITY OF claiming by, through, By: J. Wa CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
TION 32, TOWNSHIP THE LIS PENDENS foreclose a mortgage MILTON, SANTA under or against the B: J. Watkins
1 NORTH, RANGE 29 MUST FILE A CLAIM on the following prop- ROSA COUNTY, herein named Defen
WEST SANTA ROSA WIRY HI O6DAYS AF- rty: ATE OEF FFL RID ant, whois not known to
ACOUD I, N LIA, TER THE SALE. AS MORE FULlY D be detesad or alive If you are a person
ACCORDING TO W A IN COMMENCING \. AT SCRIBED IN DEED whether said unknown needs any accommo-
PLAT RECORDED IN DATED at MILTON THE SOUTHEAST BOOK 1237, PAGE parties claim as heirs dation in order to
PLAT BOOK E AT Florida, this 26 day of CORNER OF THE 750, ID NO. 312N devisees, grantees, -asdation in order this pro-
PAGE 26 OF THE March 2009. SOUTHEAST QUAR- 280000020430000 signees, lienors, credi- tcate ing, you are en-
PUBLIC RECORDS TER OF THE NORTH- BEING KNOWN AND tors, trustees, spouse ticed, at no cost to nti-
OF SAID COUNTY, MARY M. JOHNSON WEST QUARTER OF DESIGNATED AS or other claimants to the provision of
SAID POINT LYING CLERK OF THE CIR- SECTION 34, TOWN- SECTION 31, AND BE- Current Residence Un- certain assistance.
ON THE SOUTHERLY. CUIT COURT SHIP 2 NORTH, ING MORE PARTICU- known but whose olas Please contact Kass,
RIGHT OF WAY LINE Santa Rosa County RANGE 28 WEST, LARLY DESCRIBED known, but whose la Shuler, Solomont ,
OF BAYSIDE BOULE- Forida SANTA ROSA AS METES AND k6ownaddressmwas: Spector, Foyle &
VARD (60 FOOT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL COUNTY, FLORIDA; BOUNDS. A PARCEL 1768 East Smugge Singer rA, P.O Box
RIGHT OF WAY); By: Brandy Norris THENCE NORTH OF LAND IN SECTION Drive,'GlF i800n, ama, r Florida
THENCE RUN NORTH Deputy Clerk ALONG THE EAST 31, TOWNSHIP 2 Breeze, Florida 32563 33601-0800 (813)
70 DEGREES 35 MIN- p' LINE OF SAID NORTH, RANGE 28 YOU ARE NOTIFIED 229-0900 and contact
UTES 08 SECONDS ATTORNEY FOR SOUTHEAST QUAR- WEST, SANTA ROSA that an action to fore Ellen Vckery at (850)
EAST ALONG SAID PLAINTIFF: TER OF THE NORTH- COUNTY, FLORIDA, THO a iont FoE 595-4400 within 2
SOUTHERLY RIGHT SHAPIRO & FISHMAN WEST QUARTER A KNOWN AS LOT 8 OF close a mortgage on 595-4400 itha n 2
OF WAY LINE A DIS- LLPI DISTANCE OF 332.21 AN UNRECORDED the following property working days of your
TANCE OF 176.70 10004 N. Dale Mabry FEET, THENCE WEST S U B D I V I SON i Santa Rosa County If you are hearing o
FEET TO APOINT OF HighwaySuite 112 221 FEET TO THE KNOWN AS CAMILLE Flo. dato -wt,. voce impaired, call
C U R V A T U R E ; Taa FL 33618 NORTHWEST INTER- GARDENS, ALSO DE- L. 1 -800-9R55-8771
THENCE RUN (813) 880-8888 SECTION OF' ALA- SCRIBED AS FOL- COV 3,, ACCRDIG 7 1
NORTHEASTERLY BAMA STREET AND LOWS: COMMENCE COVE, ACCORDING 040409
ALONG THE ARC OF 040409 HARVELL STREET, AT THE INTERSEC- TO THERE F MAP OR AS 041109
A CURVE TO THE 041109 THENCE SOUTH 89 TION OF THE NORTH- PLAT THEREOF AS
RIGHT AND ALONG DEGREES 12 MIN- ERLYRIGHT OF WAY RECORDED IN PLAT .
SAID SOUTHERLY MINUTES WEST ALONG LINE OF WINDHAM BOOK D, PAGE 25,
RIGHT OF WAY LINE SAID HARVELL ROAD (50 FEET R/W) PUBLIC RECORDS Legal 4/461
OF A DISTANCE OF Leal 4/456 STREET 83.5 FEET TO AND THE WESTERLY OF SANTA ROSA Legal 4/461
191.99 FEET OTO A POINT OF BEGINN- RIGHT 'OF WAY LINE COUNTY, FLORIDA. TH
lIN THE CIRCUIT
POINT OF TAN- IN" THE CIRCUIT ING, THENCE CON- OF SPRINDALE has COURT CI THE
AGENCY, SAID CURVE COURT FOR SANTA TINUE SOUTH 89 DE- DRIVE (50 FEET R/W; hasbean filed against COURT OF THE
HAVING A RADIUS OF ROSA COUNTY AGREES 12 MINUTES THENCE GO SOUTH you and you are re- CUT OF FLORIDA IN
813.60 FEET, A CEN- FLORIDA PROBATIE WEST A DISTANCE 88 DEGREES 40MIN- quired to serve a co y AND FOR SANTA
TRIAL ANGLE OF 13 DIVISION OF 62.51 FEET TO UTES 29 SECONDS of your written UNY
DEGREES 31 MIN-File No PROPERTY DEEDED WEST ALONG SAID fences, if any, to it o ROSA COUNTY
UTES 12 SECONDS, A 57r2009.CP-85 AS RECORDED IN NORTHERLY RIGHT DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, .CASE, NOH.
UTECHORD BEARING OFA Dvson B OFFICIAL RECORD OF WAY LINE OF DIS RA., Plaintiffs attorney, 57200CA00093CA
NORTH 77 DEGREES s BOOK 168 AT PAGE TANCE OF 351.32 whose address is ACCREDITED HOME
21 MINUTES 58 SEC- IN RE: ESTATE OF 372 OF THE REC- FEET, THENCE DE- 18820 U.S. Highway 19LENDERS INC. A CAL-
CHRT DOROTHY E. DELH RIOorth Suite 212, Clear- LENDRSu, INC. A CL
ONDS EAST AND A DOROTHY E DEL RIO WORDS OF SAID PARTING SAID RIGHT rth, Suite 212, ear-
CHORD OF 191.54 COUNTY, THENCE OF WAY LINE GO water Florida 33764 IFORNIA CORPORA-
FEET; THENCE CON- Deceased. NORTH ALONG THE NORTH 00 DEGREES on or before May 4 TIONrt
TINUE' ALONG SAID e EAST LINE OF LAST 46 MINUTES 50 SEC- 2009 or within thirty Plaintiff,
SOUTHERLY RIGHT NOTICE TO CREDI- SAID PROPERTY ONDS EAST A DIS- (30) 'days after the first
OF WAY LINE NORTH n 84.55 FEET TO THE TANCE OF 137.11 publication of this No- v.
84 DEGREES 07 MIN- ., v SOUTH LINE OF FEET TO THE POINT twice of Action, and fileHAN NA
UTES 28 SECONDS The administration PROPERTY DEEDED OF BEGINNING- the original with the SiHARON RENA E;
EAST A DISTANCE the estate of DOROTHo AS SHOWN IN OFFI- THENCE CONTINUE Clerk of this Court at RICHARD D. LE UN-
OF 694.42 FEET To E DEL RIO, deceased CIAL RECORD BOOK NORTH 00 DEGREES P.O. Box 472, Milton UNKNOWN TENANT
THE POINT OF BE- whose date of death 223 AT PAGE 527 OF 46 MINUTES 50 SEC- FL 32572, either before a TE
GINNING; THENCE s Februa 19 2009 THE RECORDS OF ONDS EAST A DIS- service on Plaintiffs at- #2,
CONTINUE NORTH 84s ending in the Circu SAID. COUNTY, TANCE OF 136.02 torney or immediately Defendants.
DEGREES 07 MIN Court for Santa Rosa THENCE EAST FEET TO A POINT ON thereafter; otherwise NTICE OF FORE-
UTES 28 SEC ONDS County, Florida, po ALONG THE SOUTH THE SOUTHERLY default will be entered ..OURE FE-
EAST ALQNG SAID bate Division, thead- LINE OF SAID PROP- RIGHT OF WAY LINE against you for the re-
SOUTHERLY RIGHT dress of'which is 6865 .ERTY 62.50 FEET, OF CAMILLE GAR- lief demanded in theNOT IS r HE
OF WAY LINE A DIS- S.W. Caroline Street THENCE SOUTH DENS CIRCLE (50 complaint petition. N.IVE ursua o a R-E
TANCE OF 73.00 Milton F rida F 5 83.66 FEET TO POINT. FEET R/W) SAID WITNESS my hand and GIVEN pursuant tor Fi-
FEET; THENCE DE- The names and ad OF BEGINNING. POINT BEING THE seal of the Court ona closure dated March
PART SAID SOUTH- dresses ofTheapersoal has been filed against POINT OF CURVA- y fc 30, 2009 and entered in
ERLY RIGHT OF WArepresentative and the you and you are re- TURE OF A CURVE 2009. Case No.
LINE. SOUTH 05 OIE- Ca e No .
LINE SOUTH 05 DE- en tr aoR n I quired to serve a copy WHICH HAS A RA- MAY JOHNSON 572008CA000983CA,
32RE ES 2 MINUTEST A representative's attor- of your written de- DIUS OF 80.00 FEET MARY M. JOHNSONe i of the Circuit Court of
s32 SECONDS EAST A rey et fort below.r fenses, if any, to it on AND IS CONCAVE TO Clerk of the Circui the First Judicial Circuit
DISTANCE OF 150.00 All creditors of the de- AVID J STERN, ESQ. THE NORTHWEST, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL in and for Santa Rosa
FEET; THENCE RUN dent and other -Plaintiffs attorney, THENCE GO NORTH- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL County Florida
SOUTH 84 DEGREES ns having claims whose address is, 900 EASTERLY ACLONG D- CJr.ki o wherein ACCREDITEDa
07 MINUTES 28 SEC demands against Soth Pine Island Road SAID CURVE A DIS- eputy Clerk HOME LENDERS, INC.
BONDS WEST A7 D- decedent's estateson #400, Plantation, FL TANCE OF 72.45 IF YOU ARE A PER- A CALIFORNIA COR-
TANCE OF 73.00 whom a copy of this 33324-3920 on or be- FEET; SAID 'CURVE SON WITH A DISABIL- PORATION, is a Plain-
FEET; THENCE RUN ome is required to be fore May 4, 2009, (no HAS A DELTA ANGLE SOITY WITHO NEEDS ANYBIL- tiff and SHARON
NORTH 05 DEGREES Nserved mut file their later than 30 days from OF 51 DEGREES 53 OD N RENAE; RICHARD D
52 MINUTES 32 SEC- claims with this court the date of 'the first MINUTES 34 SEC- ACCOMMODATION LOE; UNKNOWN TEN-
ONDS WEST A WITHIN THE L ATER publication of this no- ONDS, A CHORD IN ORDER TO PAR- ANT#1; UNKNOWN
DISTANCE OF 150.00 OF 3 MONTHS AFTER twice of action) and file BEARING OF NORTH TICIPATE IN THIS TNANT # are e1; UNKNOWN
FEET TO THE POINT THE TIME OF THE the original with the 63 DEGREES 46 MIN- PROCEEDING, YOU TDefendants I will sell the
OF BEGINNING. SAID' FIRST PUBLICATION' clerk of this court either UTES 08 SECONDS ARE ENTITLED, AT the highest and best
PARCEL BEING LOT OF THIS NOliCEA OR before service on EAST, AND A CHORD NO COST TO YOU TO thbidder for cash and best
12 OF AN UNRE- 30 DAYS AFTER THE Plaintiff's attorney or DISTANCE OF 70.00 THE PROVISION OF biddeSanta Rosa County
CORDED SUBDIVI- DATE OF SERVICE OF immediately thereafter; FEET, THENCE DE- CERTAIN ASSIS- SanCourthouse, 801 Caro-unty
SION. A COPY- OF THIS NO- otherwise a default will PARTING SAID RIGHT TANCE. PLEAS line St., Milton, FI, at
TWICE ON THEM. be entered against you OF WAY LINE, GO CONTACT, SUSAN 11:00 AM on May 20a
A/K/A 4505 BAYSIDE All other creditors of for the relief demanded SOUTH 41 DEGREES LAND, AT 6865 CAR- 11:009, the foln May 20,
BOULEVARD, MILTON, the decedent and other in the complaint or pe- 24 MINUTES 59 SEC- OLINE STREET, MlL scrib 2009, the following de-
FL 32583 persons having claims titon filed herein. ONDS EAST A DIS- 5TON FLORID98A 32570 forth in saibed Finproperty as setl Judg-
Any person claiming decedent's estate must WITNESS my hand and FEET, THENCE GO WITHIN TWO (2) -ent towiLt: A
an Interest In the sur- the seal of this Court at WORKING DAYS F L


Personal Representa- plus from the sale, If
tive: any, other than the
property owner as of
Monica Salormon the date of the LIs
3201 Saint Andrews Pendens must file a
Drive claim within sixty (60)
Pace, Florida 32571 days after the sale.
040409 WITNESS MY HAND
041109 and the seal of this
4/448 Court on March 24,
2009.
Legal 4/453 Mary M. Johnson
Clerk of the Circuit
NOTICE OF PUBLIC Court
SALE: COOK'S PAINT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
& BODY SHOP INC By: Brandy Norris
gives Notice of Foreclo- Deputy Clerk
sure of Lien and intent
to sell these vehicles 040409
on 04/26/2009, 08:00 041109
am at 4432 FLORI- 4/454
DATOWN RD CPU ______
PACE, FL 32571-1831,
pursuant' to subsection Legal 4/455
713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. COOK'S IN THE CIRCUIT
PAINT & BODY SHOP COURT OF THE 1st
INC. reserves the right JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
to accept or reject any OF FLORIDA, IN AND
and/or all bids. FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY
1 LNCM9745MY756960 Case #: 2008-CAO00O
1991 ULINCOLN 737
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1993 LEXUS Union Planters Bank,
N.A.
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4/453


AND FOR SANTA CANS WITH DISABILI-
ROSA COUNTY, TIES ACT, persons with MARK CIANO, ET AL.,
FLORIDA disabilities needing a DEFENDANT(S).
CASE NO. 08-721 CA special accommoda-
tion should contact NOTICE OF ACTION
BRANCH BANKING COURT ADMINISTRA- CONSTRUCTIVE
AND TRUST COM- TION, at the SANTA SERVICE
PANY, ROSA County Court-
Plaintiff, house at TO: ANGELA CIANO
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) whose residence is un-
vs. or 1-800-955-8770, via known if he/she/they
Florida Relay Service. be living; and if
CRAIG WALKER et al., he/she/they be dead,
Defendantss. 040409 the unknown defend-
041109 ants who may, be
NOTICE OF SALE 4/464 spouses, heirs, devi-
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file their claims with this SANTA ROSA County, SOUTH 89 DEGREES YO
court WITHIN 3 Florida, this 27 day of 43 MINUTES 00 SEC- TH
MONTHS AFTER THE March, 2009. ONDS WEST A DIS- YO
DATE OF THE FIRST TANCE OF 211.00 OR
PUBLICATION OF MARY M. JOHNSON FEET TO THE POINT CA
THIS NOTICE. CLERK OF THE CIR- OF BEGINNING.
ALL CLAIMS NOT CUIT COURT 04(
FILED WITHIN THE CIRCUIT COURT SEAL has been filed against 04'
TIME PERIODS SET BY: J. Watkins you and you are re- 4/4
FORTH IN SECTION DEPUTY CLERK quired to serve a copy
.733.702 OF THE FLOR- of y6ur written de- -
IDA PROBATE CODE LAW OFFICES OF DA- senses within 30 days Leg
WILL BE FOREVER VID J. STERN after the first publica-
BARRED. ATTORNEY FOR tion, if any, on Florida IN
NOTWITHSTANDING PLAINTIFF Default Law Group, CC
THE TIME PERIODS 900 SOUTH PINE IS- RL., Plaintiff's attorney, FIF
SET FORTH ABOVE, LAND ROAD SUITE whose address' is 9119 CU
ANY CLAIM FILED 400 Corporate Lake Drive, AN
TWO (2) YEARS OR PLANTATION, FL Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- RC
MORE AFTER THE 33324-3920 ida 33634, and file the CIQ
DECEDENT'S DATE OF 08-77527 ASCF original with this Court Ca
OF DEATH IS IN ACCORDANCE either before service on 57.
BARRED. WITH THE AMERI- Plaintiff's attorney or Di\
The date of first publi- CANS WITH DISABILI- immediately thereafter;
cation of this notice is TIES ACT, persons with otherwise a -default will .BA
April 4, 2009. disabilities needing a be entered against you ET
special accommoda- for the relief demanded Pie
KRISTEN MARKS tion should contact in the Complaint or pe-
Attorney for Personal COURT ApMINISTRA- tuition. vs.
Representative TION, at the SANTA This notice shall be vs.
Florida Bar No. 055433 ROSA County Court- published once each DA
445 E. Government house at 850-983-1987, week for two consecu- ET
Street 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) tive weeks in thePress
Pensacola, Florida or 1-800-955-8770, via Gazette. De
32502 Florid Relay Service. WITNESS my hand and
Telephone: (850) the seal of this Court NO
298-8877 040409 on this 30 day of
Fax: (850) 298-8878 041109 March, 2009. TO
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BARRETT Clerk of the Court UI,
629 Tamaqua Drive Legal 4/458 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL LA
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TOM KING ESTATES, NOTICE IS HEREBY Legal 4/465
UNIT 2, ACCORDING GIVEN pursuant to the
TOTHE PLAT Final Judgment en- IN THE CIRCUIT
THEREOF, AS RE- tered in this case now COURT OF THE 1ST
CORDED IN PLAT pending in said Court, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
BOOK C, PAGE 184, the style of which is in- AND FOR SANTA
OF THE PUBLIC REC- dicated above. ROSA COUNTY,
ORDS OF SANTA I will sell to the highest FLORIDA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- and best bidder for GENERAL JURISDIC-
IDA. cash at the Santa Rosa TION DIVISION
County Courthouse, CASE NO:
Any person claiming an 6865 Caroline Street, 57-2008-CA-000577
interest in the surplus Milton, Florida 32570
from the sale, if any, the 20 day of May, LASALLE BANK NA-
other than the property 2009, at 11:00 a.m., the TIONAL ASSOCIA-
owner as of the date of following described TION, AS TRUSTEE
the lis pendens must property as set forth in FOR CERTIFI-
file a claim within 60 said Order or Final CATEHOLDERS OF
days after the sale. Judgment, towit: BEAR STERNS ASSET
BACKED SECURITIES I
MARY M. JOHNSON LOT 2, BLOCK B, OF LLC, ASSET-BACKED
As Clerk of the Court EVENTIDE SUBDIVI- CERTIFICATES,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SION, A SUBDIVISION SERIES 2006-HE9
By: Brandy Norris OF A PORTION OF PLAINTIFF
As Deputy Clerk SECTION 4 & 10, VS.
TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH,
Dated this 31 day of RANGE 29 WEST, JOHN PORTZ, ET AL
March, 2009. SANTA ROSA DEFENDANTS)
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
IMPORTANT AS SHOWN ON PLAT NOTICE OF ACTION -
In accordance with the THEREOF RE- CONSTRUCTIVE
Americans with Disabil- CORDED IN PLAT SERVICE
cities Act, persons need- BOOK F, PAGE 54, OF
ing a reasonable ac- THE PUBLIC REC- TO: JOHN PORTZ
commodation to partic- ORDS OF SAID AND UNKNOWN
ipate in this proceeding .COUNTY. SPOUSE OF JOHN
should, no later than PORTZ whose resi-
seven (7) days prior, ANY PERSON CLAIM- dence is 4884 NEW
contact the Clerk of the ING AN INTEREST IN BROAD ST., APT 313
Court's disability coor- THE SURPLUS FROM ORLANDO, FL 32814.
dinator at (850) THE SALE, IF ANY, and who is evading
623-0135, 6865 CARO- OTHER THAN THE 'service of process and
LINE ST. BOX H, MIL- PROPERTY OWNER the unknown defend-
TON FL, 32570. If hear- AS OF THE DATE OF ants who may. be
ing impaired, contact THE LIS PENDENS spouses, heirs, devi-
(TDD) (800) 955-8771 MUST FILE A CLAIM, sees, grantees, assign-
via Florida Relay Sys- WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- ees, lienors, creditors,
tem. TER THE SALE.' trustees, and all parties
claiming an interest by,
Ben-Ezra & Katz, RA. ORDERED AT SANTA through, under or
Attorneys for Plaintiff ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- against the Defend-
2901 Stirling Road, IDA, this 31 day of ant(s), who are not
Suite 300 March, 2009. known to be dead or
Fort Lauderdale, Flor- alive, and all parties
ida33312 MARY M. JOHNSON having or claiming to
Telephone: (305) As Clerk, Circuit Court have any right, title or
740-4100 SANTA ROSA, Florida interest in the property
Fax: (305) 653-2329 By: Brandy Norris described in the mort-
As Deputy Clerk gage being foreclosed
040409 herein.
0411 Q9 040409 YOU ARE HEREBY
4/461 041109 NOTIFIED that an ac-
4/463 tion to foreclose a
mortgage on the fol-
lowing property:
Legal 4/462 THE FOLLOWING DE-
Legal 4/464 SCRIBED LAND, SITU-
IN THE CIRCUIT ATE LYING AND BE-
COURT OF THE 1ST IN THE CIRCUIT ING IN SANTA ROSA
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN COURT OF THE 1ST COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND FOR SANTA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN TO-WIT:
ROSA COUNTY, AND FOR SANTA
FLORIDA ROSA COUNTY, LOT 16, BLOCK B,
CASE NO. FLORIDA BAL-ALEX ESTATES,
08-592-CADI GENERAL JURISDIC- ACCORDING TO THE
TION. DIVISION" MAP- OR PLAT
CHASE HOME Fl- CASE NO: THEREOF AS RE-
.NANCE LLC. SUCCES- 57-2008-CA-000648 CORDED IN PLAT
SOR BY MERGER TO -BOOK B, PAGE(S) 113,
CHASE MANHATTAN THE BANK OF NEW PUBLIC RECORDS OF
MORTGAGE CORPO-'YORK AS TRUSTEE SANTA ROSA
RATION, FOR THE CERTIFI- COUNTY, FLORIDA.
,Plaintiff, CATEHOLDERS OF
vs. CWALT 2005-10CB has been filed against
PLAINTIFF you and you are re-
CHARLES HOARD, et. VS. quired to serve a copy
al., of your written de-
Defendant(s). ROBERTO. B. REYES; lenses, if any, on DA-
S .I CARMENZETA M. VID J. STERN, ESQ.
NOTICE OF SALE REYES; ANY AND ALL Plaintiffs attorney,
UNKNOWN PARTIES whose address is 900
NOTICE IS HEREBY CLAIMING BY, South Pine Island
GIVEN pursuant to the THROUGH, UNDER, Road,'Suite 400, Plan-
Final Judgment en- AND AGAINST THE station, 'FL 33324-3920.
tered in this case now HEREIN NAMED INDI- May 4, 2009, (no later
pending in said Court, VIDUAL DEFEND- than 30 days from the
the style of which is in- ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT date of the first publica-
dicated above. KNOWN TO BE DEAD tion of this Notice of
I will sell to the highest OR ALIVE, WHETHER Action) and file the
and best bidder for SAID UNKNOWN PAR- original with the Clerk
cash at the Santa Rosa TIES MAY CLAIM AN of this Court either be-
County Courthouse, INTEREST r AS, fore service on
,,6865. Caroline Street, SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- Plaintiff's -attorney or
Milton, Florida 32570, VISEES, GRANTEES immediately thereafter;
on the 20 day of May, OR OTHER CLAIM- otherwise a default will
2009, at 11:00 a.m., the ANTS; BLACKJACK be entered against you
following described E S T A T E S for the relief demanded
property as set forth in HOMEOWNERS ASSO- in the complaint or pe-
said Order or Final CIATION, INC.; JOHN tition filed herein.
Judgment, to-wit: DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TEN- WITNESS my hand and
LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, ANTS IN POSSESSION the. seal of this Court at
8, 9, BLOCK 11, AC- DEFENDANTS) SANTA ROSA County,
CORDING TO THE Florida, this 24 day of
MAP OF HAROLD IN RE-NOTICE OF FORE- March, 2009.
SECTION 19, TQWN- CLOSURE SALE
SHIP 2 NORTH, Mary M. Johnson
RANGE 26 WEST, AS NOTICE IS HEREBY CLERK OF THE CIR-
RECORDED IN THE GIVEN pursuant to an CUIT COURT
PUBLIC RECORDS Order Granting the Mo- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
OF SANTA ROSA tion to Reset Foreclo- BY: J. Watkins
COUNTY, FLORIDA. sure Sale dated March DEPUTY CLERK
25, 2009 entered in
"THE UNITED STATES Civil Case No. THIS NOTICE SHALL
OF AMERICA AS 57'-2008-CA-000648 of BE PUBLISHED ONCE
LIENHOLDER SHALL the Circuit Court of the A WEEK FOR TWO
HAVE THE RIGHT TO 1ST Judicial Circuit in CONSECUTIVE
EXERCISE ITS RIGHT and for SANTA ROSA WEEKS.
OF REDEMPTION County, MILTON, Flor- IN ACCORDANCE
PURSUANT TO TITLE ida, I will sell to the WITH "THE AMERI-
28, UNITED STATES highest and best bid- CANS WITH DISABILI-
CODE, SECTION der for cash at NORTH TIES ACT, persons with
2410(C), WITHIN ONE FRONT STEP OF THE disabilities needing, a
YEAR FROM THE COURTHOUSE of the special accommoda-
DATE OF SALE." SANTA ROSA County tion should Contact
Courthouse, 6865 CAR- COURT ADMINISTRA-
"SMALL BUSINESS OLINE STREET, MIL- TION, at the SANTA
ADMINISTRATION BE TON, Florida, at 11:00 ROSA County Court-
ALLOWED THIRTY a.m. on the 28 day of house at
(30) DAYS IN WHICH April, 2009 the- follow- 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
TO DELIVER A ing described property or 1-800-955-8770, via
TREASURY CHECK IN as set forth in said Florida Relay Service.
PAYMENT OF THE Summary 'Final Judg-
AMOUNT DETER- rilent, to-wit: LAW OFFICES OF DA-
MINED BY THE THE LAND REFERRED VID J. STERN, RA.
COURT TO BE DUE TO IN THIS EXHIBIT IS ATTORNEY FOR
AND OWING PLAIN- LOCATED IN THE PLAINTIFF
TIFF IF IT IS THE COUNTY OF SANTA 900 South Pine Island
SUCCESSFUL BID- ROSA AND THE Road Suite 400
DER AT PLATIFF'S STATE OF FLORIDA IN Plantation, FL
FORECLOSURE DEED BOOK 2156 AT 33324-3920
SALE." PAGE 1282 AND DE- (HCNW) 08-34268
SCRIBED AS. FOL-
ANY PERSON CLAIM- LOWS: 040409
ING AN INTEREST IN 041109
THE SURPLUS FROM LOT 11,. BLOCK A, 4/465
THE SALE, IF ANY, BLACKJACK. ES- ______
OTHER THAN THE STATES, ACCORDING --
PROPERTY OWNER TO THE PLAT Legal 4/466
AS OF THE DATE OF THEREOF RE-
THE LIS PENDENS CORDED IN PLAT IN. THE CIRCUIT
MUST FILE A CLAIM BOOK D, AT PAGE 55 COURT OF THE 1ST
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- OF THE PUBLIC REC- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
TER THE SALE. ORDS. OF SANTA AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, ROSA COUNTY,
ORDERED AT SANTA FLORIDA. FLORIDA
ROSA COUNTY, GENERAL JURISDIC-
FLORIDA, this 31 day Any person claiming an TION DIVISION
of March, 2009. interest in the surplus CASE NO:
from the sale, if any, 57-2008-CA-001239
MARY M. JOHNSON other than the property
As Clerk, Circuit Court owner as of the date of THE BANK OF NEW
SANTA ROSA, Florida the lis pendens. must YORK MELLON F/K/A
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL file a claim within 60 THE BANK OF NEW
By: Brandy Norris days after the sale. YORK, AS TRUSTEE
As Deputy Clerk FOR THE CERTIFI-
Dated this 26 day of CATEHOLDERS
040409 March, 2009. CWMBS, INC. CHL
041109 M O T G A G E
4/462 'MARY M.' JOHNSON PASS THROU G H
_____________ Clerk of the Circuit TRUST 2005-HYB10
Court MORTGAGE
Legal 4/463 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL PASS-THROUGH CER-
By: Brandy Norris TIFICATES, SERIES
IN THE CIRCUIT 2005-HYB1O,
COURT OF THE 1ST IN ACCORDANCE PLAINTIFF,
JUDICIAl CIRCUIT IN WITH THE AMERI- VS.







B 10 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Classifieds


Saturday, April 4, 2009


ees, lienors, creditors,
trustees, and all parties
claiming an interest by,
through, under or
against the Defendants,
who are not known to
be dead or alive, and
all parties having or
claiming to have any
right,, title or interest in
'the property described
in the mortgage being
foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage
on the following prop-
erty:
LOT 3, BLOCK B,
EVENTIDE, A RESI-
DENTIAL SUBDIVI-
SION OF A PORTION
OF SECTION 4,
TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH,
RANGE 29 WEST,
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT OF THE SUBDI-
VISION RECORDED'
IN PLAT BOOK( F, AT
PAGE 54, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of' your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ.
Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 900
South Pine Island Road
#400, Plantation, FL
33324-3920 on or be-
fore May 4, 2009, (no
later than 30 days from
the date of the first
publication of this no-
tice of action) and file.
the original with the
clerk of this court either
Before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint or pe-
tition filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this.Court at
SANTA ROSA County,
Florida, this 24 day of
March, 2009.
CLERK OF THE CIRL'
CUIT COURT'
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: J. Watkins
DEPUTY CLERK
LAW OFFICES OF DA-


VID J. STERN
ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF
900 SOUTH PINE IS-
LAND ROAD SUITE
400
PLANTATION, FL
33324-3920
08-83361 (CWF)
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a
special accommoda-
tion should contact
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at the SANTA
ROSA County Court-
house at 850-983-1987,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
040409
041109
4/466


Legal 4/467
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION
Case No. 07-1126 CA
B
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR GSAA
HOME EQUITY TRUST
2006-1.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAUL CANTUALLA,
JR., etal.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a
.Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure In-
cluding Award of Attor-


CANTUALLA, JR.; LELA THE SALE, IF ANY, STREET MILTON, FL
D. CANTUALLA; OTHER THAN THE 32570
MORTGAGE ELEC- PROPERTY OWNER
TRONIC REGISTR,- AS OF THE DATE OF has been filed against
TION SYSTEMS, THE LIS PENDENS you and you are re
INC.,acting solely as MUST FILE A CLAIM quired to serve a copy
nominee for COUN- WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- of your written de
TRYWIDE HOME TER THE SALE. fenses, if any, to it, on
LOANS, INC.; HOLLEY Nwabufo Umunna, At-
BY THE SEA 040409 torney for Plaintiff
HOMEOWNERS ASSO- 041109 whose address is 2901
CIATION, INC.; 4/467 Stirling Road, Suite
HOLLEY BY THE SEA 300, Fort Lauderdale
IMPROVEMENT ASSO- Florida 33312 either
CIATION, INC.; JOHN Legal 4/468 (chose one)
DOE and JANE DOE x (a) within 30 days
is/are Defendants, I will IN THE CIRCUIT tiofer the first public
sell to the highest and COURT OF THEtion.of this notice, or
best bidder for cash, at FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- (b) on or before-
on the front steps of the CURST OF FLORIDA IN -200
Santa Rosa County AND FOR SANTA and file the original wi
Courthouse in the City 'ROSA COUNTY andfie heoriginal wits Cour
of Milton, Florida at CASE NO. ei the Clerk of this Cour
11:00 o'clock A.M., on 09000346CAeitherbefore service o
Friday, the 1 day of 9000346CA Plaintiff's, attorney or
May, 2009, the follow- ACCREDITED HOME immediately thereafter
ing described property, LENDERS, INC. A CAL otherwise a default wil
as set forth in said IFORNIA CORPORA- be entered against you
Summary Final Judg- TION, for the relief demanded
ment of Foreclosure In- Plaintiff in the complaint.
cluding Award of Attor-
nieys' Fees and Costs, vs. WITNESS my hand and
to-wit: VS the seal of this 'Cour
Lot 1, Block 1 ICHAEL J. PATERA this30 day of March
Lot 1, Block 132, a2009.
HOLLEY BY THE SEA, Defendants.
o5eing a portion of ndants MARY M. JOHNSON
Section 14, Township NOTICE OF ACTION As Clerk of the Court
2 South, Range 27NOTICE CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
West, Santa Rosa TO: MICHAEL J. By:J Watkins
County, Florida accord- PATERA As Deputy Clerk
ing to Plat recorded in d r
Plat Bookt r, Pageorded in Whose residence is: In accordance with the
of the Publicage 155, 6620 MAPLE STREET, Americans with Disabil
of said Public Records MILTON, FL, 32570 cities Act, persons need-
SIf alive and if ded, all ing a reasonable ac
DATED thi 26 day of ve, if te commodation to partic
MarcDh, u2. parties claim ng inter pate inthis proceeding
est by, ou, undershould, no later than
MARY M. JOHNSON,' or against MIHAEL J. seven (7) days prior
C PATERA, and all par-
CleK .ties having or claiming contact the Clerk of the
CIRCUIT COURT havng or titlCourt's disability coor-
SEALU r to have any right, title dinator at 8506230135
SE'an L Nr or interest in the prop- 6 AROLI
By: Brandy Norris rty described herein. 6865 MCAROLINE FST
Deputy Clerk YOU ARE NOTIFIED BOX32570. If hearing iFL
that, a acti^^ c 32570. If hearing im
n ordanceitthat inaction for Fore- paired, contact (TDD
I'accordance wih Theclosure of Mortgage on 8009558771 via.Florida
abilities Act, persons following described Relay System.
abilities, Act, persons property:
needing special ac- prope
commodation to partic- ALL THAT PARCEL OF 040409
ipate in this proceeding AND IN SANTA ROSA 041109
hoduo r contact Susan LAN IN TATA RO 4


F 6-- ................COUNTI, STATE OF -
neys' Fees'and Costs Land not later than FLORIDA, AS MORE
dated November 19, seven (7) days prior:to FULLY DESCRIBED IN
2008, entered in Case the proceeding at 6865 DEED BOOK 1851
No. 07-1126 CA B of Caroline Street, Milton, PAGE BOOK 1304, Legal 4/469
the Circuit Court of the Florida. Call ID#34-2N-28-2860-004
1st Judicial Circuit in 904-623-0135 Ext. 00-0010 BEING IN THE CIRCUIT
and for' Santa Rosa #102 or KNOWN AND DESIG- COURT IN AND FOF
County, ' Florida 1-800-955-8770 (voice) NATED AS LOT 1, SANTA ROSA
whereinf U. S. BANK via Florida Relay Sew- BLOCK 4, OAKHURST, COUNTY, FLORIDA
NATIONAL ASSOCIA- ice. FILED IN PLAT BOOK File No.
TION, AS TRUSTEE A, PAGE 84 57-2009-CP-75
FOR GSAA HOME EQ- ANY PERSON CLAIM- PAGE 84.
UITY TRUST 2006-1 is ING AN INTEREST IN a/k/a 6620 MAPLE IN RE: ESTATE OF
the Plaintiff and RAUL THE SURPLUS FROM a 66


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L Cantrell
FRED EDWARD 5032 Chumuckla High-
SCHNEIDER, way
it Pace, Florida 32571
- Deceased.
040409
- NOTICE TO CREDI- 041109
n TORS 4/470
, The administration of
the estate of FRED ED- Legal 4/471
WARD SCHNEIDER,
, deceased, File Number IN THE CIRCUIT
r 57-2009-CP-75, is COURT OF THE
pending in the Circuit FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Court for Santa Rosa CUIT IN AND FOR
- County, Florida, Pro- SANTA ROSA
bate Division, the ad- COUNTY, FLORIDA
dress of which is 6865 Case No: 08-1659
SW Caroline Street, CA01MT60
Milton, Florida 32570.
The estate .is testate CHARLES KILPAT-
t and the date of the RICK,
decedent's Will and any Plaintiff,
r Codicils is October 7, v.
; 2005. The name and
I addresses of the per- LESLIE HIGHSTREET
sonal representative and TERESA
and the personal HIGHSTREET, hus-
representative's attor- band and wife, and.
ney are set forth below. WELLS FARGO FINAN-"
I All creditors of the de- CIAL SYSTEM OF
t cedent and other per- FLORIDA, INC., a
, sons having claims or Florida Corporation,
demands against
decedent's estate, in- Defendants.
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui- NOTICE OF SALE
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is NOTICE IS HEREBY
served .must file their given that the under-
claims with this court signed, Mary M. John-
a WITHIN THE LATER son, Clerk of the Circuit
- OF 3, MONTHS AFTER Court. of Santa Rosa
- THE DATE OF THE County, Florida, will on
- FIRST PUBLICATION the 29 day 'of April,
- OF THIS NOTICE OR 2009, at 11,:00 a.m.
g 30 DAYS AFTER THE during the legal hours
1 DATE OF SERVICE OF of sale at the North
, A COPY OF THIS NO- front door of the Santa
TICE ON THEM. Rosa County Court-
- All other creditors of house in Milton, Florida
, the decedent and other offer for sale and sell at
. persons having claims public outcry to. the
or demands against highest and best bid-
decedent's estate, in- der for cash the follow-
) eluding unmatured, ing.described property,
Contingent or unliqui- in-Santa Rosa County,
dated claims, must file Florida, to-wit: .
their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 The East 165 feet of the
SMONTHS AFTER THE South 180 feet of .the
*DATE OF THE FIRST. East 1/2 of the North-
PUBLICATION OF' west 1/4 of the North-
THIS NOTICE. westl/4, Section '15,
Township One North,
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Range 29 West, all ly-
FILED WILL BE FOR- ing and being in the
T EVER BARRED. County of Santa Rosa,
I I Florida.
The date of first publi- ,
cation of this Notice is Pursuant to the Final
: April 4, 2009. Judgment of Foreclo-
sure entered in the
SAttorney for Personal above styled cause.
Representative
Dated. this the 27 day
/s/ Heather F. Lindsay of March, 2009.
HEATHER F. LINDSAY,
ESQUIRE .MARY. M. JOHNSON,
Lindsay & Andrews, CLERK OF CIRCUIT
RA. COURT OF SANTA
5218 Willing Street ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
Milton, Florida 32570 IDA
(850) 623-3200 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Florida Bar No. 073441 BY: J. Watkins.
Attorney for Petitioner Deputy Clerk
Personal Representa- 040409
tive 041109
/s/ John David Elliott 4/471
John David Elliott
040409 Legal 4/472
041109 Notice to Bidders
4/469 Carpet
Notice is hereby given
that the Board of
Legal 4/470' County Commissioners
Legalof Santa Rosa County,
I THE IR IT Florida, will receive
IN THE CIRCUIT sealed bids 'for -'car
COURT FOR SANTA peting areps of the Mil-
ROSA COUNTY,{tn Lbay
FLORIDA PROBATE ton Library.
DIVISION All bids must be origi-
File No.2009-CP-96 nal and delivered by
Diviso hand or Fed Ex, or mail
Divisohn to the Santa Rosa
IN RE: ESTATE OF County Procurement
N RE: ESTATE OF Department, 6495 Car-
Latrelle Annie Cantrell oline Street, Suite G,
LatrelleAnnie Cantrel Milton, FL 32570; and
Deceased, must be received by
Deceased. 10:00 a.m., May 5,
2009,. at which time
NOTICE TO CREDI- bids will- be opened
TOR and read aloud. All in-
terested ari,es are in-
The administration of vited to a nerd Each
the estate of Latrelle bid. shall be submitted
Annie Cantrell, de- on the bid form en-
ceased, whose date of closed. Bids are to be
death was January 31, sealed and plainly la-
2009, is pending in the beled "BID CARPET".
Circuit Court for Santa Bids received after the
Rosa County, Florida, time set for the bid
Probate Division the will be re-
address of, Which is.jected and returned un-
6865 Caroline Street, oetned and rto theturned un-r
Milton, Florida opened to the.bidder.
32570-0472. The Questions concerning
names and address of this request should be
the personal -represent- directed to Mr. Thad Al-
ative and 'the personal len at (850) 623-1569.
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below. Specifications and bid
All creditors. of the de- form the Santa Rosa
cedent and other per- County Website
sons having claims or. '(www.santarosa.l.gov/bids)
demands against or at the Santa Rosa
decedent's estate on County Procurement
whom a copy of this Department at the
notice is required to be above address. Tele-
served must f le their phone (850) 983-1870.
claims with this court The Board of County
WITHIN THE LATER Commissioners re-
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER serves the right to
THE TIME OF THE .waive irregularities in
FIRST PUBLICATION bids, to reject any or all
OF THIS NOTICE OR bids, with or without
30 DAYS AFTER THE cause, and to award
DATE OF SERVICE OF the bid that it deter-
AICOOPYOF THIS NO- mines to be in the best
TICE ON THEM. interest of Santa Rosa
All other creditors of County.
the decedent and other Santa Rosa County
persons having claims santa not discrinate
or demands against on the basis of race,
decedent's estate must color, national origin,
file their claims' with this sex, on, ae or
MoONTHS T THE handicapped status in
D ATE OF THE FIRST emrnployment or provi-
PUBLICATION OF service.
THIS NOTICE. 040409(1)
ALL CLAIMS NOT 40409(1)
FILED WITHIN THE 4/472
TIME .PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR- Legal 4/473
IDA PROBATE CODE-E S O
,WILL BE FOREVER REQUEST FOR PRO-
BARRED. POSALS
NOTWITHSTANDING BEACHES TOWOOD-
THE TIME PERIOD LANDS EVENT COOR-
SET FORTH ABOVE, DINATOP
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR Notice is hereby given
MORE AFTER THE that the Santa Rosa
DECEDENT'S DATE OF County Board of
DEATH IS BARRED. County Commissioners
is calling for and re-
The date of first publi- questing proposals for
cation of this notice is an Event Coordinator
April 4, 2009. for the Beaches to
Woodlands Tour for the


TWICE ON THEM. PRESCRIPTION! Over
All other creditors of 200 Meds $25Coupon
the decedent and other Mention Offer:#91A31.
persons having claims (888)389-0461.
or demands against tri-drugstore.com
decedent's' estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 1
MONTHS AFTER THE 2| 280
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF JOHN DEERE Com-
THIS NOTICE. pact Tractor. 4 X 4.
Front end loader with
ALL CLAIMS NOT attachments. 785
FILED WITHIN THE hours. $10,000 (850)
723-3634


by 10:00 a.m., May 5, TIME PERIODS SET
2009. Only proposals FORTH IN SECTION
received by the afore- 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
stated time and date IDA PROBATE CODE
will be considered. WILL BE FOREVER
Proposals received af- BARRED.
ter the time set for the NOTWITHSTANDING
proposal opening will -THE TIME PERIODS
be rejected and re- SET FORTH ABOVE,
turned unopened to the ANY CLAIM FILED
submitter. All propos- TWO (2) YEARS OR
als shall be sealed and MORE AFTER THE
clearly labeled, "RFP- DECEDENT'S DATE OF
Beaches to- Wood- DEATH IS BARRED.
lands Event Coordlna- The. date of first publi-
tor". Please provide cation of this notice is
twelve (12) copies 'of April 4, 2009.
the proposal. .
Attorney for Personal
Specifications may be Representative:
secured from Santa /s/ J. Paul Fitzgerald
Rosa County Website, Florida Bar No. 25121
(www.santarosafl.gov/bids) Werre & Fitzgerald,
or at the Santa Rosa PA.
County Procurement 6839 Caroline Street
Department at the Milton, Florida 32570
above address. Tele- -Telephone: (850)
phone (850) 983-1870 626-1900
Questions concerning Personal Representa-
this request may be di- tive:
reacted to Ms. Kate /s/ Charles Fall
Wilkes, at (850) Charles Fall
939-3267. 6662 Sanders Street
Milton, Florida 32570
The Board of County
Commissioners re- 040409
serves the right to ac- 041109
cept or reject any and 4/476
all proposals in whole.
or in part and to waive
all informalities.
Santa Rosa County I 1160
does not discriminate LOST DOG,
on the basis of race, White, male Shih Tzu.
color, national origin, Name: Gizzy
sex, religion, age,, or Locklin Street, by
handicapped status in Milton High School
employment or provi- 346-7956
sion of service.
By order of the Board-4 =
of County Commission- '1170
ers of Santa Rosa -F
County, Florida. Found tan and white
I female Beagle. Found
0404Q9 (1) close to E. Hewitt Rd.
4/473 in SRB. 850-499-4097

Legal 4/474 .'
NOTICE OF SALE
To be sold for the lien
owed for charges. of'
towing iand storage.
The vehicle will be sold PLTs&
to the highest bidder to
satisfy the lien on the 2100 Pets
vehicle. The sale will be 2110- P re to
held at Ken's Paint & ?120 Pet Supplies
Body 4074 Avalon 2130- Farm Animals/
Blvd., Milton in Santa Supplies
Rosa County in the 2140- Pets/Livestock
State of Florida. Wanted
2150 Pat Memorials
The following Vehi-
cle(s) are/is being .held
for the above claimed j
lien: 2110
Year 1999 Make FREE KITTENS 6
CADI Model 2 DR 3-8WEEKS O672
V I N # Free Tea Cup Yorkie to
1G6EL12YOXU613070 good home Email: Mil-
tonstevesonl 9@
The registered and/or yahoo.com
legal owners are: Free Tea Cup Yorkie to
OWNER: ROBERT good home Email:: Mil-
OWNER: ROBERT tonstevesonl9@
JERMARCUS SMITH ,tonsteveson9
5447 BYROM ST APT yahoo.com
G FREE TEACUP YORKIE
MILTON, FL 32570 to go home with any-
one who is interested.
LIEN HOLDER: N/A Contact me at
MiltonStevensonl 9@
INSURANCE CO: N/A yahoo.com
Amount to towing is
$300.00, Lien Filing '
Fee of $300.00, Stor-
age Charges of
$287.55 as of MARCH
16, 2009, plus addi-
tional storage fee of
$31.95'PER day plus *
sales tax.
,This said sale will be 3100 Antiques
held on APRIL 21, 2009 3110 Appliances
at 10:00 AM. 3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
If the owner cares to re-' 3140 Baby Items
cover said vehicle they 3150 Building Suppies
may bring the amount 3160-Equipment
of the charges in cast 3170- Collectibles
only before the date of 3180 Computers
sale to Ken's Paint & 3190 Electronics
Body and the vehicle 3200 Firewood
will be surrendered to 3220 Furniture
them. This, sale is in ac- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
cordance with FL. Stat- 3240- GTuns
ute 713.78. 3250 Good Things to Eat
ute 713.78. 3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
040409 (1) 3280 Machinery/
4/474 Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
Legal 4/476 3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
IN THE CIRCUIT Supplies
COURT FOR SANTA 3330- Restaurant/Hotel
ROSA COUNTY 3340- Sporting Goods
FLORIDA PROBATE 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
DIVISION
FIle No.
57-2009-CP-97
Division Probate DIvI- 31O
slon Sick-and-Tired of
Struggling? STAY AT
IN RE: ESTATE OF' HOME Get Out Of Debt
ROBERT LEE FALL Get Your Life Back
$2000 to $4o000
Deceased. 'WEEKLY A Untapped
Market ACT NOW!
NOTICE TO CREDI- 1-800-508-0585
TORS fatimak.com
The administration of 100% RECESSION
the estate of Robert PROOF! Do you earn
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whose date of death Machines and Candy
was November 6, 2008, $9,995. (888)629-9968
file number B02000033 CALL US:
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Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress 'of which is RO. | 3220 ]
Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names ad $490 Sofa & Loveseat
a esshes omhe pra set, Microfiber, new in
sonal representative box. Lifetime warr. Can
and the personal deliver. 850-471-0330
representative's attor- Mattress, NEW Queen
pey are set forth below. Pillowtop w/foundation.
All creditors of the de- Factory sealed. Warr.
cedent and other per- $165. 850 471-0330
sons having claims or Brand Name Pillowtop
demands against Set King still in pnais
decedent's estate on t, winty $225. Cll
whom a copy of this 850-255-3050
notice is required to be 850-25-3050
served must file their
claims with this court f-
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4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
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Drivers being hired
and trained' locally for
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No exp. Needed.
1-866-280-5309
Milton Company now
hiring for phone sales.
Hourly rate plus com-
mission. Excellent op-
portunity. Non-smoking I
environment. 698-5951
Resident Resort Host 2
at Outdoor Resort. i
Lodging in exchange
for security and host [
duties. Possible part
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and maintenance. Fax
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censed Life & Health
agents to market vol-
untary employee bene-
fit programs to employ-
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60K and up. Call Mere-
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OTR Drivers- Join PTL1 N
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5100- Business
Opportunities
5110 Money to Lend


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onlinel Earnas you
Learn Free Training!
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6100- Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condor/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6100- Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



Milton
Commercial building
for rent. Located on
Stewart Street. 5 offices
with reception'area and
receiving room. Will
consider renting unit as
a whole or individual
offices. Rent based on
space that you need.
Recently renovated. In-
ternet accessible.
255-4004


ilton
ledlcal/Professlonal
fice spaces) availa-
le. All recently reno-
ated. Excellent loca-
on, near Santa Rosa
Medical Center. Vari-
us office sizes. Offices
om $295 and up. Utili-
es included. Second
Months rent FREE.
55-4004



434 Holley Street. 2/1.
o pets. Immediate oc-
upancy. Call Cotton
eal Estate, Inc. (850)
94-8080 or view on
he website at
ww.cottonrealestate.

'1 AND 2/1 in nice
rea. No pets. Water/
garbage pick-up fur-
shed. $390 $475 per
ionth. 623-5697
2/1 w/CHA w/d hook
up Large kitchen clean
& quiet 2 miles from
Whiting Field
$550/$450 deposit
995-9613
leave message
BR/1 Bath duplex Mil-
in all c/t flooring,
ove, fridge, D/W,
nced yard, patio Idry
n non-smoking unit
545/mo 850-626-2928
Duplex-2Bd, 1Ba In-
cludes WS&G, W/D
hookups, CH/A. pets
ok w/deposit.
$495/mo+dd.
6587 Lee St. Apt.A
623-4811/564-5159

Milton
1/BR furnished parti-
tial util paid No dogs.
Has laundryroom, in
ground swimming
pool, in walking dis-
tance to stores,
restuarants, etc. $600
(1/2 off with coupon)
plus $350 deposit
Emerald Sands
712-9968

Milton
Emerald Sands
2/BR 1/BA, Walking
distance to milton
No Dogs $550 ( 1/2
off with coupon) plus
$350 deposit
712-9968

Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral
ceilings, Lge kitchen,
laundry room. No
Dogs $600 (1/2 off
with coupon) plus
$350 dep 712-9968

Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs
with balcony. Water
included. No dogs.
$650 (1/2 off with
coupon) plus $350
deposit. 712-9968
EW AND MODERN
uplex. 2/2, 1 car gar-
ge. (Near Whiting
ield).$585 month,
585 sec. dep. Call
on Cumble Realty
26-8959 or 377-6787
IEW CARPET,. VERY
LEAN. 1 bedroom.
Ion-smoking env. No
ets. $500 month, $250
ep. (incl. water & gar-
age) 626-0366
ace
/1' Cathedral ceiling,
tove, fridge, D/W, atI
I/t flooring, laundry
ook up, non-smoking
nit $570/mo. (includes
ash pick up and grass
cutting) 850-626-2928




*3/1 Home 4641 Geri
St. in Milton $800: -
*3/2 Home 5476 Oak
Meadows in Milton
$1150.
*4/3 Mobile Home
9573 S Trace Rd. in
East Milton $900.
*2/1 Home 6737 Ven-
tura Blvd in Milton
$400.
*2/2 Mobile Home
6561 Renee. Cir in
Milton $675
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077


5374 Lexington Street Pace
3 bedrooms, 1 bath. 4643 Keyser Lane.
Fenced back yard. 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths
Near Milton High on 2.2 acres. Zoned
School. CH&A. $400 for business. Live here
dep., $650 month or work here, or both.
6488 Gaynell Street Immediate occupancy.
3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Cotton Real Estate, Inc.
Fenced back yard. (850)994-8080 or view
CH&A. $400 dep., $550 on the website at
rent. 255-1944 or www.cottonrealestate.
994-0179 cc
3Br 2Ba Foreclosure! WE NEED RENTALS:
$10,5001 Only Trying to make two
$199/Mo! 5% down 15 mortgage payments
years @ 8% apr. Buy, each month? Do you
4 Br $259/Mo! for list- have a vacant home
ings 800-366-9783 ext available? Don't let it sit
5798 / empty RENT IT! Call
Cotton Real Estate, Inc.
HUD HOMES! 4bdr (850)994-8080 regard-
2ba $217/mo! 3 br ing Property Manage-
Foreclosure! $199/mo! ment for your vacant
Stop Renting! 5% dw, home.
15yrs @ 8% apr For
Listings (800)366-9783
ext 5853 "
3Br 2Ba Foreclosure! 6170
$10,500! Ohly 2 bedrooms with front
$199/Mo! 5% down 15 kitchen. Total electric.
years @ 8% apr. Buy, $350 .month. East Gate
4 Br $259/Mo! for list- Mobile Home Ranch
ings 800-366-9783 ext 850-626-8973
5796
2 BR/1 Bath all Electric
CARDINAL REALTY $475 mo., Dep. Ref
& INVESTMENTS 850-499-7412
offer property man- 6166 Carroll Road.
agerrent full services. U dated 2/1 with
Call Mary Padgett CH & A. Non-smoking
994-0666 environment. No pets.
$450 month. $300
Milton 3 /2, 1 car'gar- dep. 572-2477
age $750 month. 3/2-14x70 private fence
$600 deposit 6605 & lot. New CH&A, New
6610 Wesdon Court fridge w/ice maker.
Blumac Realty Quiet neighborhood.
981-1631 $500 mo $400 dep.
995-6138 if no answer, .
Milton leave message.
3/2 in subdivision with
fenced yard. Washer & Avalon Blvd.,
dryer included. $800 New carpet, great for
month, $1;000 deposit. seniors. $400 month.
In walking distance to No pets. Non-smoking
Winni Dixie & Milton environment. 623-8503
High. Call Rodney at
380-2553 Clean double wide, 3/2
$600 OR 2/1 $400.
Milton $300 dep. Water &
6437 Eva Street garbage incl. No pets.
3/1-Central heat & air. 675-6614
Washer/dryer hook up
No Dogs. $599 month, Jay/Milton/Pace
$400 dep. 748-1819 Rentals 2 &3 bed-
Milton d 8 rooms. $400-$650 per
Milton month. Section 8/Hud,
7050 Old Spanish Trail. accepted. 994-5703
2 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Pets welcome. Immediate Milton (Bruce Lane) ,
occupancy. Call Cotton Includes water, gar-
Real Estate, Inc. (850) bage and lawn service.
994-8080 orview on the 2/2 for $450 month.
website at .2/2 for $350/month
www.cottonrealestate.cc Call 698-4582
Milton Milton- Bagdad
Large house near -2 Bed 1 Bath. Total
schools. 2,bed, 1 large electric, no pets. $475.
bath. Living room, din- month/ $250 deposit.
ing room, den, play- Off Da Lisa Road.
room, laudry room & Bay Crest Realty
kitchen: Fenced yard 994-7918
w/porch. Non-smoking
environment. $650 rent, Milton
$650 dep. 623-5481 MOBILE HOMES FOR
,No HUD. RENT. Between $300
& $400 a month.
Milton 983-7259, 368-7506 :
Like New
3/2 w/garage. Milton-Quiet Park-New
$895 mth-$800 dep. two bedrooms, two
Pets considered bath-$545 plus deposit.
501-0273 or 529-7899 Non-smoking environ-
Pace ment, no pets. HUD OK
House for rent. 626-1552
3 bed, 1.5 bath. Total North Milton
electric. $750 month, 2/2 Mobile Home on
$300 dep. Baycrest private lot. 4252 mor-
Realty 994-7918 gan court. Total Elec-
Pace Built 2006. 3/2, tric. $450 /rent,
2 car garage on dead $200/dep. No pets. Bay
end street. Large Crest Realty
fenced yard, ceramic 994-7918
tile floors. All appli- Pace
ances. $975 + dep. 2/1 Mobile Home in
623-1288 park, water & garbage
Furnished. $435/rent
Pace $250/dep. Total Elec-
1 bedroom. trick, no pets.
$495 mo, $495 dep. Bay Crest Realty.
3649 Scoggins Street (850) 994-7918
Blumac Realty
981-1631


Pace Mobile home/
24 foot Camper Sleeps
6 This camper is set
up similar to a studio
apt. Private lot w/ shed
half electrical rent.
$450.Sec dep $450
396-5034
West Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric, no
pets. 5133 Ridgeway
Blvd. $625/mth
$300/dep. Bay Crest
Realty
994-7918


7100 Homes
7105- Open Houses
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 -'Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 -Mobile Homes
7170- Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare




Bank Owned Prop-
erties Free Lists
Cellstate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500
Florala, Alabama
Nice house furnished '
on 44 acres of beautiful
land. Shop, sheds and
some equipment.
$279,000.
850-994-9985 or
850-776-1939 '
FOR SALE, LEASE
OPTION OR RENT
6439 Appaloosa Ave.
Remodeled, 3/2,1216
sq. ft. $96,500 ($8,000
tax credit) Call (850)
393-3084
FORECLOSED HOME
AUCTION FLORIDA
STATEWIDE Auction
starts April 18 1000
Homes MUST BE
SOLD REDC Free Bro-
chure 800-756-2155
USHomeAuction.com
6/BR Bank Foreclo-
sure! $29,9001 Only
$238/Mo! 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. Buy,
4 Br $326/Mo! for list-
ings 800-366-9783 ext
5760







Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney
Road

Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot Built
in 1994,, kitchen, re-.
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances, corner FP
w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754


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Commercial' bidg on
US 90 4000 Sq ft Call
Dan 626-5714 WANTING TO BUY
_______________ WANTING TO BUY
5 to 10 acres
OFFICE/LIGHT (with or w/out home)
RETAIL SPACE FOR Owner financing.
LEASE: Excellent loca- 916-9955
tion. Pace, Highway 90,
road frontage. $495
month. Call Cotton
Real Estate, Inc. (850)
994-8080 or view on
the website at
www.cottonrealestate. *
cc LosIM2


RETAIL SPACE FOR
LEASE: Pace, Wood-
bine Road frontage.
Call Cotton Real Es-
tate, Inc. (850)
994-8080 or view on
the website at
www.cottonrealestate.
cc









Allentown 5 acres, im-
proved land. Paved
road, dead-end. Par-
tially fenced. Horses
OK. $60,000. Call (850)
623-4981


7160


0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344




Get your share of the
Government
Bailout...*
Receive up to $8000 to
help buy your new
home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758


New Govern-
Final Closeout! Golf ment Financing
Lot Bargains from Program!
$19,900 (was $69,900) On all 3 or 4 Bed-
Golf & Amenity Pack- rooms! Rates as low as
age included Devel- 4.75%. No Credit or
oper closeout on re- Bad Credit OK! Call
mining lots at champi- Clayton Homes of Cre-
onship 18 hole course stview 850-683-0758
in Blue Ridge Mtns -
near Asheville NC. All
infrastructure com-
pleted build when
ready. 1 lot per cus- S
tomer! Excellent fi-
nancing. Call now F
(866)334-3253, x2192
FL LAND BARGAINS! H 0 B
2 to 150 acres. From
Sebring to Gainesville.
$49,900 to $499,900, A Y
Tremendous land value
below mkt prices. Fi-
nancing. Call -Jack at L
(800)242"1802


CLUES ACROSS
1. 1st plant virus discovered
4. Doctors' group
7. Refers to a female
10. Type of avocado
12. Gilligan actor Denver,
13. ate: raise up
14. Tayra genus
15. Cut wood with an instru-
ment
17. "Doti't Know Why" singer
Jones
18. Cacoethes
20. Made lace
22. Tennis champion Arthur
23. Volt-ampere
24. Nomadic Lapps
25. Isaac's mother (Bib.)
27. Bowler or derby
29. Fiedler orchestra
34. Macaws


CLUES DOWN
1. One and only
2. Seriously injure
-3. Spanish unit of length
4. Lower in esteem
5. Cut the lawn
6. Assist in wrongdoing
7. Blackthorn fruit
8. Group of cattle
9. Argentinian diva Peron
11. Yemen capital
13. Lure into danger
15. Indian term of respect
!6. .Philippine seaport
19. Doctrine suffix
21. Small mountain lake
24. Lasts out
25. An infection of the eyelid
gland
26. Sir Samuel John Gurney
27. Possesses


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36. Feel ill
37. A very tall building
42; Beam out
43. More lucid
44. Leer at
47. A partially opened flower
48. Pop
49. Stemmed
52. Rhizopods
55. Composed of men
56. Sodium chlorides
58. Abba _, Israeli politician
60. Plays a role
61. Quilt gathering,
62. Draw through holes
63. Boxing decision
64. Contribute
65. Atmosphere seen from earth





28. Built by Noah
30. R -y: prayer beads
31. Slowly deplete
32. Indian arrowroot
33. Skilled in deception
38. Marten furs
39. English king 994-1035.
40. Interprets
41. Boards
45. Global Design Effort
46. Attached for identification
48. Surfeited
49. Chop irregularly
50. Highest male singing voice
51. Aba ___ Honeymoon
53. Concert pianist Elisha __
54. Bulk storage bag
55. Border for a picture
57. Showed the way
59. Blar _: Irish stone


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K.A. 2002 Spectre
VIRGINIA MTN LS. New tires, tune
CABIN, Ready to move up, belts, brakes, air,
in! Great views! Near auto., power locks &
large stocked trout windows, CD. $3,400.
strm, private, 2 acres, (850) 723-3834
only $159,500 owner.
(866)275-0442 Police Impounds! 95
Honda Civic $600! 95
Toyota Camry $550!
97 VW Jetta $550! for
listings call
800-366-9813 ext 9275
Police Impounds for
Sale! 95 Honda Accord
$500! 95 Honda Civic
$600! for listings call
(800)366-9813 Ext 9271

IAUTOMOTIVE.LMARINE
8100 Antique & Collectibles 8120
8110- Cars
8120-Sports Utility Vehicles Jeep Rubicon
8130- Trucks 2006
8140 Vans 2006
8150- Commercial 6 speed manual, 29K
8160 Motorcycles mi, ext war, CD
8170 Auto Parts changer, satellite radio,
& Accessories white w/ blk soft top
8210 Boats (619) 204-1406
8220 Personal Watercraft (619) 2041406
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks 8130
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles 1987 Chevrolet 1 ton
8330 Campers & Trailers dump mulch box truck.
8340 Motorliomes Fresh 350 motor PTO &
hydrolics work great
$2,000 (850) 723-3834




CASH PAID 2007 Winnebago
for junk cars Aspect. Likenew (still
or trucks, has new car smell)
Running or not Only 1,047 miles. Gave
Call: 983-9527 $80,000. Sacrifice for
or 723-5048 $45,000 OBO.
675-3623


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