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Hodges sentenced to life without parole


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette
Daniel Lee Hodges ap-
peared before- Judge Robert
Bergosh Wednesday and was
sentenced to life without 'the
possibility bf parole and a five


year consecutive sentence.
Hodges pled no contest
to the charge of second-
degree murder for the death
of 23-year old Tonya Sellars
back on Dec. 3, 2007 and no
contest to the charge of child
neglect stemming from the


homicide.
Hodges, 22, was charged
with the murder of his ex-
girlfriend and the fact he left
the' home where his three-
year old daughter was.
Sellars died from a gun-
shot wound at her home on


Begonia Street in Milton.
, When deputies arrived at
the Begonia Street home, the
child informed officers their.
mother had been killed.
Hodges was located in
Pace and held as a person
of interest until he was later


charged with an open count of
murder and one felony count
of cruelty towards a child.
According to the Santa
IRosa County Sheriff's Office
there was a past history of
domestic violence between
Sellars and Hodges.


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Health

Department

issues

advisory

Potential Risks From
Sewage Release Near
Blackwater River in Milton

Special to the Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa County Health
Department ISRCHD) has issued
a precautionary health advisory for
all areas of the Blackwater River
south of Dixon Street in Milton due
to the potential public health risks
resulting from a sewage overflow.
The public is advised to avoid bodily
contact with these waters until bac-
teriological test results confirm they
are safe.
On Monday afternoon,, a grease
blockage in.a sewage line at the.
southeast corner of the intersection
of Broad and Dixon Streets caused
an estimated 1,000 gallons of sewage
to Oow from a manhole.into nearby
surface water :that is connected to
the Blackwater River.
The ground near the manhole
was treated Mtith lime to disinfect the
area, and water samples from the
river were collected immediately for.
laboratory testing. Results are ex-
pected within 2 days, and the health
department will notify the public
when it is safe to resume water-re-
lated activities in these areas.
For more questions about water
safety, please call the SRCHD envi-
ronmental health division at 850-983-
5275., For media inquiries, please
contact Amy Maddox at 850-983-5200
ext. 126.


Residents urged to

confirm home phones

for Reverse 911 &

9-1-1 Service
Special to the Press Gazette
Santa Rosa County Division of
Emergency Management is en-
couraging residents to confirm
that their emergency calls, includ-
ing Reverse 911 and 9-1-1 calls,
are received and routed to the cor-
rect emergency response person-
nel. Some county residents who
switched to cell or internet phone
home service, did not receive a
Reverse 911 call warning of flood-
ing hazards when we experienced
flooding three weeks ago.
I Santa Rosa County residents
only can test their home or busi-
ness phone by calling the non-
emergency number (850) 983-5372
and stating that you are calling to
test your 9-1-1 when the dispatcher

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Saturday, April 18, 2009


1936-2009

Leroy E. Keene Jr., age
73, of Milton, Fla., passed
away Monday, April 13,
2009. He was born Feb. 6,
1936, in Rockledge, Ga., to.
the late Leroy E. Keene
Sr. and 'Mellie Chrisp
Keene.
Leroy was a self-em-
ployed truck driver who
enjoyed his job very much.
He also enjoyed raising
cattle and working around
the house. Leroy always
had a great sense of hu-
mor.
In addition to his par-
ents, Leroy is preceded in
death by his sister, Betty.
He is survived by his
wife, Porfiria, and son,


Dante, both of Milton; five
daughters, Mellie, Maria,
Lorna, Libia and Karen,
all of Los Angeles; Calif.;
one brother, Joe, of Mil-
ton; two sisters, Audrey of
Pargould, Arki, and Ruth-
of Greensboro, N.C.; 10
grandchildren; and many
other relatives, cousins
and friends.
A celebration of life will
be planned later by the
family.
National Cremation &
Burial Society of Milton
has charge of the arrange-
ments.
Let the -family know
you care. Sign the guest
book under news/obitu-
aries at www.srpressga-
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Thursday, 7:23 a.m.
Yes, this is for the people in
Santa Rosa County that talk about
fire fighters riding around in their
trucks. I agree with their concerns.
I wish they would take their tax
off my tax bill and bill me directly.
This isn't.a tax, but actually a bill. 1
would be more than happy to sup-
port them if they sent me a bill in-
stead of this tax.

Wednesday, 8:19 p.m.
This is Bill. To clarify one or more
things about Air Force One. When
the president uses it, they have to
use two other transporters to carry
his helicopter and his bullet proof
limo, as well as all the support peo-
ple. They have a 30 to 55 mile cush-
ion when they travel, get a fighter
escort, local police get overtime to
make sure the roads are blocked,
and so much more that it costs mil-
lions of dollars. Leave the planes on
-q the ground and save money while
doing your job in Washington.

Wednesday, 6:25 a.m.
-g Hi this is Clara. I want to com-
ment about the eagerness of the
City of Milton Police Department to
stop people fobspeeding. They do a
u-turn so quickly in the road they
are going to get someone killed.
And the other day my husband was
i stopped for supposedly flicking a
cigarette butt on the road. We have
no ashtray. or cigarette lighter
! in our car and he doesn't smoke.
These people need to be watched


because I am afraid they are going
to get someone killed.

Wednesday, 6:12 p.m.
Yes, this is Marie. It is kind of
sad to hear this because I remem-
ber then Governor Lawton Chiles
say we should build more schools
iri nicer places and fewer jails.
Now we are building more jails
and fewer schools and that is kind
of sad. People should learn from
their mistakes and stay away from
trouble.

Wednesday, 5:05 p.m.
Yes, this is Bill. I see the sheriff
is trying to hire a civilian to help
save the county money during all
of these cutbacks. I would like to
inform him. that letting deputies
drive home in sheriff's cars, espe-
cially those who live out of county,
takes a great deal out of the county
coffers and is a waste of our mon-
ey.

Wednesday, 1:43 p.m.
Hello, I am very happy to know
they are putting cameras out there
at the intersections. Every time I
am out I stop and there are people
running the red lights beside me.
I am sure .this will prevent many
accidents. I am glad they are doing
this. This is Lena.

Wednesday, 1:01 p.m.
Hi this is Kirk. As far as the(red
light cameras in Milton goes, I am
concerned there are not enough


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Dr. Muthu Velusamy, Cardiologist, : -'--- t ra "
with Cardiology Consultants Santa Rosa County to hae traffic issues
Fri., April 24 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
Pace Medical Park, 2nd Floor Rehab Center
a Medical Park 2nd Flor R ab Center Press Gazette Staff Reports tion and to obey the posted speed limit Chance Road to the north.
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6593 Caroline Street (HWY 90)
Milton. Florida 623-4750 .
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Starting last night and continuing Other traffic issues in the county
for the next two weeks, the I-10 east- include:
bound lane on the Blackwater River. *o Deaton Bridge Road in the Har-
Bridge, in Santa Rosa'County, will be old area is closed at the.bridge due to
reduced to one-lane from 7 a.m. until water on the road.
7p.m. daily. North Airport Road at River
Crews from World Fiber will be Road in East Milton is closed due to
installing conduit on the bridge, as water on'the roadway
part of the Freeway Management, Horn Road is closed between
System. 2341 & 2373 due to a wash out. Detour
Motorists are reminded to use cau- is Highway 178 to the south and Last


COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
District 1: Jim Williqtnson, 4351 Berryhill Road,
Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340 E-mail is cojnm-
williamson@santarosa.fl.gbv.
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
Salves, Navarre, FL 32566, phone 939-4949. E-mail is
iomm-goodin@santarosa.fl.gov.
District 5: Lane Lynchard, 6495 Coroline 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 .m. ,
,on second and fourth Thursdoys. 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.

CTATE VlRIDUMEIUT


hazards
Wells Pond Road in the Jay ar-
ea open with hazards
Dunsford Road in the Brqwns-
dale (Jay) area will be closed at the
bridge through Monday, May 4, for
bridge work. The detour is Chu-
muckla Highway to the west and Bud
Diamond Road to the east.
Lakeside Court is open but with
hazards.


SElected OFFICIALS


MrinrorSi Inallhase., FLs 32399 488-4441 Email
fLgovernor@myflorida.com.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOUSE OF, REPRESENTATIVES
Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office
'Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (local) 479-
1183; (DC) 202-225-4136; toll free-86W-367-1614. E-
moil: www.house.gov/jeffmiller.,
Sn SENATE
Sen. Mel Martinez:.356 kussell Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C.; 20515; phone 202-224-
304.1; 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.govw
Vice President Joe, Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave:,
Washington, D.C., 20500; phone 202-456-1414.


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Rep.' Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton, FL
32570, 983-5550. Email: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us. SCHOOL GOVERNMENT
Sen. Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite S BAER
100, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-689-0556. SCHOOL BOARD
Gov. Charlie Crist: PL05 The- Capitol, 400 S. District 1:. Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway,


Million, FL 32570, 983-0413 E-mai,s stdl'mail.
iafnlaroa 112 ( llu,
District 2 Hugh Winkles', 684'Nlklaus Lane,
Milton, FL 32570, 623-6299. E-mail is wiqkleseh@
mail.santaroso.kl2.fl.us.'
District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane,
Navarre, FL 32566, 939-2661. E-mail.is colemanmd@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us. '.
District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth St.,
Pace 32571, 994-5446. E-mail is simpsonjj@mail.
santarosa.kl2.fl.us.
District 5: Edward Gray III,.1 Gray Oaks Lane, Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287. E-mail,is grayem@
mail.santarosa.k12.fl.us.
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30
p.m. 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 Quails, 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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Obituary


of them and the fines aren't high
enough. The people who are com-
plaining must be the ones running
the red lights.

Wednesday, 12:34 p.m.
This is a comment to Dill, who
keeps saying that he does not want
to shop in Milton now. I want to let
him know he doesn't have to come
to Milton. There are plenty of other
places he can shop. Thank you.

Tuesday, 8:14 p.m.
Hi this is Justin. I would like
to urge everyone to contact his or
her leaders to support the Florida
Forever Program. We have beauti-
ful forest, swamps and rivers. If we
do not support this program, then
our property values will go down
and cheap recreation items will
come in during this hard economic
times.

Monday, 6:46 p.m.
My name is Bud. My message is
there has been trillions of dollars
spent on this bailout. Some say
between 12 and 14-trillion dollars.
Listening to Washington they are
going to need many more dollars
formedidal, banks, automakers and
others requesting help. The Press-
Gazette runs the names and phone
numbers to your leaders. You need
to call these people and let them
know your opinion. If we don't do
this our county will go bankrupt. I
am doing only what one person can
do. What are you doing?


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NASWF, Santa Rosa County
partner to help protect mission


Naval Air Station Whit-
ing Field partnered with
Santa Rosa County in
the recent closing on 543
acres of land adjacent to
the north, northeast and
southwest sections of the
base. Under this agree-
ment, Santa Rosa County
granted "restrictive ease-
ments" to the Navy, foster-
ing efforts in environmen-
tal preservation and in-
compatible development.
The Navy's contribu-
tion to the project of $2.8*
million dollars was funded
by the Navy through as-
sets allocated specifically
to protect the missions of
Naval bases. These par-
cels are located within
accident potential zones,
high noise contours, flight
tracks and an established
military planning zone
one-half mile around. the
base.
' Naval Air Station Whit-
ing Field is the busiest
installation in the Navy,
supporting primary and
advanced helicopter train-
ing for aviators from the
Navy, Marine Corps, Coast
Guard, Air-Force and for-
eign countries. Flight op-
erations typically exceed



Life


jackets


save lives

As warm spring weath-
er approaches, on-the-wa-
ter recreation activities
begin to increase. U.S.
Coast Guard Auxiliary
Flotilla 1-8 wants to en-
courage all boaters :;to
wear their life'jackets. In
anticipation of National
Safe Boating Week (May
16 22), Flotilla 1-8 will
launch 'an ongoing cam-
paign to improve boating
safety on the Blackwater
River, throughout Santa
Rosa County and beyond.
Their efforts will.include
media information; vessel
safety checks, area safety
patrols and boater safety
education, including an
upcoming "About Boater
Safety" class at 8 a.m. Sat-
urday, April 18. at the Mil-
ton Community Center.
The media recently has
covered the gripping story
of four athletes who went
fishing offo Clearwater,
Fla., last. month. National
Football League players
Victor "Marquis" Cooper
and Cory Smith along with
former University of South
Florida football players
Will Bleakley and- Nick
Schuyler were thrown
,into the sea when their
boat capsized. .Schuyler
was rescued and is recu-
perating from the effects
of exposure. These met
set off confident in their
knowledge and skill but
were overpowered by na-
ture. The tragic result of
an enjoyable outing of four
friends reminds us all- to
take proper care when set-
ting out upon the waters. -
According to the Cen-
ters fori Disease Control,
the number of people who
die in recreational boat-
ing accidents each year is
about the same as those
who perish in general avia-
tion accidents. There is a
high perception of the po-
tential dangers inherent
in aviation, while boating
is thought to be relatively
safe. In most places, a per-
son with no boating experi-
ence can rent a boat and
take to the high seas, no
questions asked. The same
is not true for operating an
airplane or even an auto-
mobile.
Most boating accidents
are preventable. It starts
by everyone on a boat
wearing a properly fitting
U.S. Coast Guard approved


life jacket. Wearing a life
jacket will keep you afloat
and help delay the affects
of hypothermia. Life jack-
ets save lives.
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Water district gets nearly $7M from FEMA


Special to the Press Gazette

A federal grant of near-
ly $7 million will help the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District im-
prove flood maps in its
area .of Florida.
The Federal Emer-
gency Management.
Agency (FEMA) is pro-


160,000 flight hours and av-
erage more than 1.3 million
flight operations annually.
"These types of pur-
chases help to protect the
mission of the base by re-
ducing incompatible use
from areas where the op-
erational noise might be
intrusive or by keeping
incompatible development
away from potential ac-
cident zones," said Randy
Roy, NAS Whiting Field
community liaison.
The property will still
be partially utilized for ag-
riculture and might in the
future, be used for recre-
ational purposes.
The endeavor is a win-
win for the base and the
county.
"The recent construc-
tion aviation easement,
acquisition made between
the Navy and Santa Rosa
County will continue to
protect the mission at NAS
Whiting Field and prevent
encroachment around the
base," said Santa Rosa,
County Commission Chair-
man Don Salter. "'It will
also continue to ensure the
economic viability of the
base to residents of Santa
Rosa County."


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viding $6,954,000 in feder-
al funds toward the total
project cost of $9,499,164
million. The resulting
maps will be even more
reliable, updated and
current digital products.
These updated Digital
Flood Insurance Rate
Maps (DFIRMs), track
actual risk more closely
and assist new develop-


ment and rebuilding ef-
forts.
The water manage-
ment district's Floodplain
Mapping Program will up-
date the DFIRMs for the
counties of Bay, Escam-
bia, Gulf, Okaloosa, Santa
Rosa and Walton.
To learn more about
flood hazard mapping,
DFIRMs or the Cooper-.


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Initiative, visit http://
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prevent/fhm/ctp_main.
shtm.
To download FEMA's
Guidelines and Specifi-
cations for Flood hazard
Mapping Partners, visit
http://www.fema.gov/
plan/prevent/fhm/dl_cgs.
shtm.


Bronson sends out early warning on equine vaccinations


Florida Agriculture and Consum- vaccination, and it.isn't known if the
er Services Commissioner Charles horse was vaccinated in the sixth
H. Bronson is sending out an early case. The. impacted horses are in
reminder to horse owners to vac- Volusia, Gilchrist, Levy, Lake and
cinate their animals for mosquito- Flagler counties.
borne diseases, especially in the. The number of cases is down
northern parts of the state, which from last year, and Bronson wants
have received significant rain. to ensure that the downward trend
Eastern Equine Encephalitis continues. Last year at this time,
(EEE) and West Nile Virus (WNV) there were 12 cases of EEE; how-
are the two major equine- diseases ever, peak season for transmission
animal health officials are con- of these diseases occurs during the
cerned about. The heavy rain and summer months. -With the recent
flood conditions have left standing rains, this year could be worse than
water in many areas of North Flor- average .
ida, providing breeding grounds for "With the potential for a jump in
mosquitoes that carry the diseases., the mosquito population after flood-
As of April 15, there arze six con- waters recede, I think it's prudent
firmed cases of EEE and no cases -to urge horse owners now to get
of WNV. Four of the EEE cases af- their animals vaccinated," Bronson
fected horses, that had not been said. "These vaccinations are cru-
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I EEE.is a viral disease that af-
fects the central nervous system
and is transmitted to horses by
infected mosquitoes. Signs of the
virus include fever, listlessness,
stumbling, circling, coma and usu-
ally death. The disease is fatal in
horses in 90 percent of the cases.
Bronson says the majority of
cases of EEE and WNV can be
prevented through proper vaccina-
tions against, mosquito-borne ill-
nesses, and he is reminding horse
owners that now is the time to take
action. Horse owners are urged
to check with their veterinarian to
make sure their animals have re-
ceived current vaccinations and
booster shots against WNV and
EEE and that these shots are kept
up to date.


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Saturday, April 18, 2009


Soldier accused of killing squad members


An Army sergeant accused
of killing his squad leader and
another soldier shouted, "My ca-
reer's over. Just kill me" as sol-
diers pinned him to the ground
after he shot the men in Iraq,
members of their unit told a mili-
tary judge Monday.
The two slain soldiers had
been critiquing Sgt. Joseph Bozic-
evich for poor performance be-
fore he fatally shot them Sept.
14 at a small patrol base south
of Baghdad, witnesses said in a
Fort Stewart courtroom.
First Sgt. Xaver Perdue
sobbed as he told the court*that
as another soldier was wrestling
with Bozicevich on the ground,
Perdue pressed the muzzle of his
rifle against Bozicevich's head
and slipped off the safety, pre-
pared to fire.
"I was like, this guy just killed
two of my soldiers," said Perdue,
the platoon sergeant. "He was


saying, 'Shoot me. Kill me.' I put
my weapon on his head. I said,
'I'm going to give you exactly
what you want.'"
Perdue said another soldier
grabbed the muzzle and said, "Sir,
think about your wife -and kids be-
fore you pull the trigger." Perdue
said he let the soldier take his
rifle and ordered that only Iraqi
soldiers were to guard Bozicevich
until military authorities could
take him' away to spare him harm
from angry U.S. troops.
Bozicevich, 39, of Minneapolis,
is charged with murdering squad
leader Staff Sgt. Darris Dawson,
24, of Pensacola, Fla., and a fel-
low four-man team leader, Sgt..
Wesley Durbin, 26, of Dallas. His
Article 32 hearing, similar to a ci-
vilian grand jury, began Monday
to determine whether Army pros-
ecutors have enough evidence to
try him at court martial.
Testimony provided the first


glimpse into the circumstances
surrounding the slaying be-
cause the Army had released few
details.
Platoon leader First Lt. Ryan
Daly testified that Dawson was
pulling Bozicevich off patrol duty
after Bozicevich left a soldier be-
hind the night before. Bozicevich
had another problem a few hours
earlier, when he lost one of his
grenades.
"He was having a bad day and
making some mistakes," Daly
testified. "Leaving a soldier be-
hind, that was kind of it."
Sgt. Darren Brown, who
helped another soldier restrain
Bozicevich, said the accused
sergeant said "My career's over.
Just kill me," as they held him
face-down in the dirt after the
shootings.
I Bozicevich sat calmly with his
defense lawyers, throughout the
first day of testimony, which was


scheduled to continue Tuesday.
His civilian attorney, Charles Git-
tins, declined to comment as he
left the courtroom.
However, during cross-ex-
amination, Gittins asked several
witnesses about how tired and
frustrated his client appeared
the day of the slaying. He said
Bozicevich had been on three pa-
trols and was scheduled to work
the midnight shift and had been
frustrated by losing the grenade.
None of the eight 3rd Infantry
Division soldiers who testified
saw the shootings. Several said
they were awakened by gunshots
at about 1 a.m. and rushed from
their .bunks thinking that the
base was under attack.
Two Iraqi soldiers and an Iraqi
interpreter who shared the base
with U.S. troops told the judge
they saw an American soldier
chasing another and firing at him
with a rifle until he fell.


Interpreter Hiader Hamze
Muter said that as Dawson fell
to the ground, Bozicevich stood
over him and took aim again with
his rifle before being surrounded
by armed soldiers telling him to
drop the weapon.
Gittins asked Muter whether
he had witnessed.aggressive be-
havior from Bozicevich before.
"He's a really nice guy. Ev-
erybody liked hini. We were sur-
prised what he did," Muter said.
Daly said medics worked to
save Dawson and Durbin, but
hazardous weather prevented a
helicopter from taking them to
the nearest medical station. In-
stead, they had to be driven to a
base about 30 minutes away.
Staff Sgt. Anthony Matekovic
said he knelt beside Dawson
and heard the wounded soldier
saying,"Why?" as if he were
speaking to Bozicevich a few feet
away. "Why did you do that?"


Paint Your Heart Out' brings change to Miltonhome

Special to the Press Gazette
The banner said it all:
Paint Your Heart Out.
It involved the home of
Lisa Clyatt, a Milton na-
tive who lived on the cor-
ner of Caroline and Canal
Streets.
Thanks to the efforts of
Anne Stephens and John
Tonkin, Executive Direc-
tor of the Santa Rosa Clean
Community System Inc.,
the faded paint is gone and
the small home is really
taking shapee.';
"I didn't know Mrs.
Stephens until March of
last year," Clyatt said. Before and after 'hotos of the Lisa Clyatt home in
"I have owned this home Milton.
for a decade, and I knew
it sorely needed paint, but
I couldn't afford to paint
it. .. civic improvement and I, the homeY." scrapers and manpower Helping with the project Stephens, Wade Allen,
"Today my little Oottage am very thankful for all Tonkin generated do- along withthe help of a car- were workers from Santa Betty Bamberg, Roberto
looks great. It. is a huge the work that was done on* nations of paint, brushes, penter. Rosa Clean Up, Tonkin, Reyas, and Bill Kemper.


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SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE
On March 26, Sheriff
Wendell Hall presented
his employees with vari-
ous awards for outstanding
performance in the line of
duty. The annual ceremony
is held to recognize those
law enforcement, detention
and civilian employees of
the. agency who exemplify
the high standards set by
Sheriff Hall for his staff.
The following employees
were recognized for their
performance for 2008:
Life Saving
Deputy Diana Young-
hanse
Sgt. Jason Rickmon
Detention Deputy Alan ,
Schmidt
Sgt. Scott Haines
Merit Medal
Deputy Alvin Bicasan
.. Deputy Marshall Kilburn
'Detective Dennis Shaffer
* Lt. Tommy Gunn
* Sergeant Brian
Panchaud
Deputy Lori Goodwin
Investigator Tara Mil-
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Unit Citation Award
Deputy Ed Vincent
Deputy Brian Miller
Deputy Joel Murphey
Sergeant Ricky Perritt


Communication
Employee of the Year
* Sheila Thornton
Civilian Detention
Employee of the Year
* Rene John LaRose
Detention Deputy
of the Year
* Robert Sanders
Detention Deputy
Supervisor of the Year
Sergeant Joyce Knight
Civilian Law
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'Law Enforcement
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* Deputy Roman Jackson
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Additionally, Santa
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register one cell phone or
internet phone number if
they no longer utilize tra-
ditional landline phone
service in their home or
business by calling (850)
983-5350.
Reverse 911 is a high-
speed telephone notifica-
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of emergencies. Using a
mapping system, Reverse
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tion about the emergency
and recommended steps
to protect their family from
harm.
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nize answering machines
and will leave a message..
This system works with
landlines, VOIP and cellu-
lar phones if the numbers
are registered with the
county.
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rector of Santa Rosa
County Emergency Man-
agement explains, "We
hope our citizens will take
a moment to confirm this
valuable service. Every-
one needs to be aware of
how new technology may
affect their emergency
services. By testing your
number, we hope to find
any problems before you
have an emergency, when
every second counts."
To ensure the fastest
response to an emergency,
please follow these simple
steps:


Before switching any
type of phone carrier in-
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or VoIP:
Ask your new service
provider how long the pro-
cess will take to switch and
how it will affect emergen-
cy services.
If moving and keeping
your old number, be sure
to call your provider and
change your billing ad-
dress as soon as you move.
Po not have your phone
bill forwarded from your
old address by the post
office.


When signing up for
a Voice-over IP phone ser-
vice, 9-1-1 service may not
be set up by default. Be
sure to ask how to register
your street address, and
complete all steps neces-
sary.
Shop for a Voice-over
IP phone service that of-
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vice.
A landline with a dif-
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the physical location can
also cause emergency re-
sponse delays. For exam-
ple if you pay the bill for a


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pop up on the dispatcher's
screen. Be sure to specifi-
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provider of which address
will be the "9-1-1 address."
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this automatically.
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forward your home or
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Saturday, April 18, 2009


Sand dunes help protect mainland


By ERICA JOHNSON
Special to the Press Gazette
At first glance, sand dunes seem to be
nothing but beautiful accessories to white,
sandy beaches, but when hurricanes roll
in, they take on an entirely different roll.
Riley Hoggard, the natural resource
specialist at Gulf Islands National Sea-
shore, said sand dunes are especially im-
portant on barrier islands such as Santa
Rosa Island.
A barrier island is the first piece of
land that separates the mainland from
the Gulf of Mexico and takes the brunt of
a hurricane.
Sand dunes on these barrier islands
are essential to the protection of the main-
land and structures on the island.
"If you have a series of dunes in front
of your place when the stormwaters
come up, the water has to go in between
the dunes," Hoggard said. "As it snakes
around on the ground, it loses most of its
power."
However, most of these dunes are
wiped out during hurricanes, leaving the
mainland largely unprotected.
This is why the sand dunes are in con-
stant need of restoration, which involves
much more than simply pushing up. a
mound of dirt.
Because sand alone can be blown away
by the wind, it is important to give it some
sort of anchor. The secret to building up a
. sand dune is vegetation.
"We like to call grasses the biological
engineers of dunes," said Debbie Miller,
an associate professor of wildlife ecol-
ogy and conservation at the University of
Florida Milton campus.
Miller said that at Gulf Islands National
Seashore, dunes are built up as naturally
as possible.
Hoggard said the first step in the dune
restoration process is to determine the


natural dune location and back up 50 to
100 feet.
If the dunes are restored too close
to the water, they stand little chance of
growth and could cause additional ero-
sion.
Various types of vegetation is then
planted in patches. If they are in the right
place, they grow a dune.
Miller said the plants most often used
for dune restoration are sea oats, bitter
panicum and beach elder.
"There are very few grasses that can
grow out there and keep up with being
buried by sand," Miller said.
These plants are perfect for the job be-
cause they can live in the beach habitat
and require very little maintenance.
If the dunes are successful, Hoggard
said, they can grow up to a foot and a half
each year.
Eagle Scouts, Sunday school groups,
and other members of the community
usually help plant sea oats. 4
Wendy Ochs, director of Sunday school
and youth programs at Temple Beth-El,
800 N. Palafox St. in Pensacola, often takes
groups of children and families from her
community to help out.
The group goes out every year to plant
sea oats for two hours on Tu B'Shevat, a
Jewish holiday that focuses on conserva-
tion.
"It is wonderful for the kids to do some-
thing to 'help out at a place where they
-have fun," Ochs said. -
Sand dune conservation is especially
important in areas so often hit by extreme
storms.
"The most significant role sand dunes
play is providing elevation to the island,"
Hoggard said. "If you didn't have the
dunes, then you wouldn't have that reposi-
tory of sand, and if you didn't have enough
sand on the island, it could easily become
just a submerged sandbar." .


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Big Daddy's.Barbecue
Billy-Bob's Barbecue
Chick Fil-A at the Ridge
Cici's Pizza of Pace
Coffee Break Cafe on Woodbine
Farm Bureau Insurance (Donn Raley)
Gunner's Gulf Coast Jewelers & Gifts
Hom/Ade Foods, Inc. (Mary B's)
Jack's Tree Service
Lawn & Garden Equipment/John Deere
Martial Arts America
Oops Alley Entertainment
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Dr. Jack Obeid returns to practice


Pulmonary and Sleep Specialist returns to Santa Rosa after three year absence

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Santa Rosa Medical Center's Emergency Depai tment has one goal:
'to appropriately ahd effectively provide the suLpport and quality'
care our patients need. For our senior patients, this in'..oTves taking
extra steps to ensure safety, comfort, and clinical .expertise. From
cardiac arrest to broken bones, diabetes, stroke, flu, and more, we.
have an outstanding team in place. In fatt, we are one of only a:few.
j hospitals in the Panhandle to have our Emergency Room staffed by
dedicated ED physicians Emergency Medicine Specialists who
are Board Certified and Board Eligible in Emergency Medicine
Together we are;becoming a regional leader in geriatric emergency. '
care.

For more information about our emergency services, please call'




0 0 Mark Your Calendar
COPD Presentation
'More than 12 million people are currently diagnosed with Chronic
Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), a serious lung disease
that progressively makes it hard to breathe, and the number of
Americans with COPD is increasing Jack Obied, M.D., Board
Certified Pulmonologist, will be conducting an informational: .
seminar to increase awareness and gain a better understanding
of the disease and its risk factors. Join us on Tuesday, April 21" at
7:00 p.m. in the Locklin Education Building located behind Santa
Rosa Medical Center to learn more

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J "Welcome back, Dr.
. Jack!"
; This appears to be the
General sentiment within
the community and of the
medical staff and admin-
istration at Santa Rosa'
Medical Center toward
Pubnonology and Sleep
Specialist Physician Jack
Obeid, M.D. who has rees-
tablished his practice here
after a three year hiatus
spent pursuing avenues of
interest elsewhere.
Initially established
here in 2003 as Santa Pul-
monary and Sleep Consul-
tants, L.L.C., Dr Obeid re-
located to another area in
2006 but decided to open
an office in Pace last year.
In August of 2008 he, rees-
tablished his former posi-
tion on the medical staff of
Santa Rosa Medical Cen-
ter in Milton.
Dr. Obeid made favor-,
able mention of the Santa'
Rosa Medical Center's
growth and potential to
become an even greater
patient care' force for
Northwest Florida. and
South Alabama than it
already is. He paid par-
ticular tribute to new CEO
Larry Meese's manage-
merit style, characterizing
him as a dynamic young
leader whose new ideas
and moves to expand and
upgrade patient care and
other.facilities at the hos-
pital were being noticed.
Dr. Obeid says the lo-
cal need for services in
his specialization were
somewhat instrumental in
his decision to reestablish
an office at 4511 Woodbine
Road in the Cornerstone
Complex.
"And he comes well
qualified. A native of Leba-'
.non, Dr. Obeid earned his
Medical Degree from the
'American University in
Beruit and completed his
medical residency train-
ing at Good Samaritan
Hospital at John Hopkins
University in Baltimore,
,Maryland.
In 2001 Dr. Obeid com-
pleted his fellowship in
Pulmonary, Critical Care,
and Sleep Medicine train-
ing at the University of
.* Texas in Houston, and
went on to do more years
of research at the Univer-
sity of Arizona and at the
prestigious National Insti-
tute of Health in Bethesda,
Maryland.
Dr. Obeid grew up in
Lebanon, and at a' very
early age made his deci-
sion to become a doctor.
He was intellectually in-
clined even then and de-
veloped a penchant for.
reading and scientific ex-
ploration through litera-
ture. There's no doubt that


the people in Santa Rosa County to
get the care they need and deserve in
Santa Rosa County. There is no need
to cross the bridge in order to go to
(other hospitals) or anywhere else.
We can fairnish the best of care right
here at Santa Rosa Medical Center."

Dr. Jack Obeid
;Pulmonary and Sleep Specialist


his mother, who was a pe-,
diatrician herself, greatly
influenced his decision to
pursue a medical career.
"Although my dad was
an engineer, I somehow
followed my mother's foot-
steps into medicine rather.
than,my dad's into engi-
neering, despite the fact
most of my dad's relatives
were engineers," he said.
As a Pulmonary spe-
cialist, Dr. Obeid might
commdnly be known in
lay terms as a "chest doc-
tor" or a "lung specialist."
He says that for the con-'
venience of his patients
requiring oxygen, nebu-
lizers, breathing treat-
ments, CPAP (Continuous
Positive Airway Pressure)
and other durable medi-
cal equipment, his office
will provide all necessary
paperwork and make sure
that the patient is properly
ti'ained and monitored on
use of the equipment.
Dr. Obeid fell in love
with this area when he
first settled here, and over
the years that respect for
the people he has met
and made friends with,
the climate, and the gen-
eral environment has not
changed. In fact most of
his family is here now.
And that includes 'not
only his wife, Grace, and
daughters,- Gabriella, 4,
and Charlotte, 16 months,
but his mom, Angela as
well. He doesn't think
there will be any foresee-
able occasions to return to
the Lebanese homeland
due to the volatile atmo-
sphere that prevails there
now.
I Earlier when he prac-
ticed here, he considered
establishing a Sleep Disor-
der Clinic, but that project
never materialized. Now
that he has renewed his
ties here, those plans are
definitely in the outing.
Enlarging in this spe-
cialty, Dr. Obeid says he
sees an increasing need
for such a clinical facility,
or laboratory of sorts, in
this area where such prac-
tice is limited or nonexis-
tent. It will not only fulfill


the need of a facility that
will enhance the quality of
life of area residents, it will
provide it in a local setting
that is within reach and ac-
cessible for those who find
it inconvenient to travel to
distant locations.
There are a number
of common concerns that
you. may wish to consult
Dr. Obeid about. Some**
of. those include Asthma,
Emphysema, Shortness ^
of Breath, Chronic Cough,
Wheezing, Snoring, Pre-
Operative Evaluations,
Chronic Bronchitis, Pneu-
monia, Hemoptysis, Pleu-
risy Sinuitis, Smoking, and
Lung Mass, among oth-
'ers.
Dr. Obeid says he's im-
pressed by the upgrades
that have already been
made at the Santa Rosa
Medical Center, particu-
larly in the Emergency
Room Team and the ur-
gent care facilities.
'"They are very positive
changes," the doctor said
"and all are, good for pa-
tient care. I want the peo-
ple in Santa Rosa County
to get the care they need
and deserve in Santa Rosa
County. There is no need
to cross the bridge in or-
der to go to (other hos-
pitals) or anywhere else.
We can furnish the best of
care right here at Santa
Rosa Medical Center."
Dr. Obeid is already
seeing patients, in the
Pace office three days a
week. For an appointment
or for more information
about -Dr. Obeid's office,
call (850) 994-2000. Of-
fice hours are 8 a.m. until
noon and from 1 p.m. to 5
p.m. following staff lunch
break.
We've found Dr. Obeid
to be a gentleman as well
as a scholar and with a
personality that is bound
to translate into an agree-
able bedside manner. Also
we're not forgetting that
doctors have personal
lives just like us, and we
hope you join us in wishing
him good luck and success
now that he's married and
has a family of his own.


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Opinion


Saturday, April 18, 2009


OUR VIEW



Change can



be good


It's good to see Americans stand up
to government, but where has everyone
been before now?
Across the nation, groups are
organizing "tea parties" designed to tell
governmental officials they expect no
more taxes.
Congratulations.
Our question is: What made these
folks finally stand up?
There are career people at all levels
of government. Heck, some entire
families have managed to make a
career of politics.
There are the Kennedys, Thurmonds
and the list can go on.
Those who go to the polls often
complain and argue about what these
individuals do, but when the election
is over, the grumbling public has once
again returned the same folks to office.
Americans should be more choosy
when deicing who gets the big bucks.
Wouldn't you like a job that pays a
high five figure or low six-figure salary?
If you didn't change the way you had
previously lived, many could bank over
50 percent of their pay for the day they
either retired or, heaven forbid, were
voted out of office.
We, as Americans, have cried and
championed change in more ways than
one, yet we do not seem to change the
system.
When you drive a car, if the ride is
not the way you want it, you can change
the tires, shocks, struts or some other
components on the car. Quite simply,
you know if you don't change them, then
you'll see no improvement.
Yet we cry for change in our federal
government and seldom really do
anything to change it.
It is ridiculous to expect these zebras
, in Washington (or any political spot for
that matter) to change their stripes.
They have no fear of the voters
unless they are caught with a mistress
or boyfriend that will most certainly
damage their reputation.
As long as they keep their nose
relatively clean, they know they will get.
re-employed.
When our forefathers threw their tea
party, it was to voice displeasure with a
tax imposed by the King of England, a
monarch who did as he saw fit.
If Americans really want to change
the system, then there is one true way
to do so: Replace those who are running
it.
Change can be good. It can bring new
ideas, new ways of doing things and a
fresh approach to age-old problems.



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Letters to the EDITOR


The Word Gay
My dictionary defined the word
'gay" as a showing or characterized
by exuberance or happy excitement,
merry, licentious, which means
lacking moral discipline or sexual
restraint, having no regard for
accepted rules or standards. This
came out of The Americart Heritage
Dictionary.
So how can anybody be happy
and at the same time live like hell?
It sounds to me like one would be
a misfit. Something is wrong when
any of the same two shapes try to
connect, link, or unite as in "gay
marriage." It is something of the
wrong size or shape for its purpose.
"Gay marriage" will not produce
children the natural way God
intended. It will be a curse that will,
and is causing evil and calamity on
the children to come. It is unnatural
,and immoral.
And if Americans can accept gay
marriage, then why not immigration
and Islamism. You got rid of the
Native Americans, now you are
willing to let homosexuality cause
God to remove His Hand from these
United almost States.
Verses Romans 1:18-32, is what
this country is going to and to think
you are worried about a 401K-
Raymond Johns
Milton

Failure to Stand
The failure to stand up.to the
ACLU and the Court in the recent


prayer in school case, will have a long
term effect on the county and nation,
which will be difficult to reverse.
We have succumbed to pure
rationalism expressed by the ACLU
and Bruce Partington, a Pensacola
lawyer, writing in the Pensacola
paper. He claims the founding
fathers in their wisdom placed
the "establishment clause; in the
Constitution to protect the minority
against a 'tyranny of the majority'."
Nonsense!
Had they intended to shield
atheists against the 'offensive'
exercises of religion, it would
have been done more forthrightly
than to sneak it in'disguised as
the 'establishment clause.' Has
Partington channeled the founding
father's and determined what they
really meant is counter to their
actions?
Some facts: in our nation's
beginning, the Commonwealth
of Virginia had an established
religion the Anglican Church was
supported by taxes. James Madison
opposed this in his "Memorial and
remonstrance against Religious
Assessments." Thomas Jefferson
authored the "Virginia Act for
Establishing Religious Freedom,"
so that citizens could attend and
financially support the religion, or
no religion, of their choice, without
being specifically taxed to support
a state established church. The bull
was passed in 1787 and the Anglican
Church was disestablished. That's
what the 'establishment clause' is


about.,
That same year, 1787, the
Continental Congress passed the
"Ordinances for the Northwest
Territories." Its Article III begins,
"Religion, morality and knowledge
being necessary to good government
and the happiness of mankind,
schools shall forever be encouraged."
Imagine that, religion in schools.
Authors: the same Thomas Jefferson,
along with Nathan Dane, Manasseh
Cutler and Rufus King- founding
fathers all.
The founding fathers supported
religions, as majority will, without
discrimination.
Contrast this with Congress'
Stimulus Bill which prohibits funding
of any project to repair or modernize
buildings of institutions that house
religious activities. It blatantly
discriminates against religion and
those who rent space to, or do
legitimate business, with religions.
The Administration is ready to
force all OB/GYN doctors to perform
abortions. And the Courts are making
law. Elements willing to subvert the
Constitution have attained positions
in all three branches of government
under false oaths distorting the
written Constitution in pursuit of
their own power, money and foreign
ideology.
It is urgent that we return to the
values and true intent of the founding
fathers.
Hugh Armstrong
Milton
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African Methodis
Episcopal Zion, Isa-
iah Chapel AME Zion
Church, 5038 Dr. Mart
Luther King, Jr. Drive
Milton
African Methodist Episcc
pal, Greater Bethleher
AME, 5299 Richburg S
Milton

Anglican
Trinity by the Fields, 49
West Spencerfield Roa
Pace

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

Assemblies of Go
Assembly of God, New
Harvest, 4289 Berryhi
Rd., Pace.
Bagdad 1st Assembly of
God, 4513 Forsyth Str,
Bagdad
East Milton Assemby of
God, 5174 Ward Basin
Road, Milton_
Ebenezer Assembly of C
Ebenezer Church Roa
Jay.
Faith Chapel Assembly i
God, 8080 South Airpor
Road, Milton
First Assembly of God,
6163 Dogwood Drive,
Milton ,
Harold Assemby of God
10495 Goodrange Rd,
Milton
New Harvest Fellowshi
Assembly of God; E. Higl
way'90, Pace
Jay First Assembly of Go
400 S. Alabama Street,
Jay
McLellan Assembly of C
' 6050 Three Notch. Tra
Milton .
New Hope Assembly of
God, 9550 Chumuckla
Hwy, Pace
Pace Assembly of God,
3948 Hwy 90, Pace
Welcome Assembly of (
8581 Welcome Church
Road, Milton
I / / '
Bahai's of Sant
i S Rosa
Bahai's of Santa Rosa,
5406 Dogwood AvenuE
Milton-

Baptist ABA
Berryhill Road Baptist-
ABA, 3095 Berryhill R(
Milton
Bethel Missionary Bapt
-ABA, 6178 Old Bagda
Hwy., Milton '
Fellowship Baptist Chul
ABA, 5223 Hwy. 90, Pa(
First Baptist Church A


Church


t of East Milton, 8178 S Air- Milton
port Rd., East Milton Florida Baptist Conven-
First Missionary Baptist tion, 3418 Ashmore Lane,
ABA, 3949 Pace Road, Pace
in Pace Floridatown Baptist, 3851
Galilee Missionary Baptist- Diamond Street, Pace
ABA, Hwy 90, West Milton Harold First Baptist,
o- / 10585 Good Range Dr,
n Milton
t., Baptist Harmony Ridge Baptist,
Avalon Baptist, 4316 5536 Hwy. 90 W, Pace
Avalon Blvd., Milton Hickory Hammock Baptist,
East Side Baptist, 4884 Hickory Hammock Rd,
Ward Basin Road, E.Milton
80 Milton Immanual Baptist, 4187
ad, Faith Baptist, 6423 Ham- Hwy. 90, Pace
ilton Bridge Rd, Milton James Street Baptist, 6658
First Baptist of Harold, James Street, Milton
10585 Goodrange Drive, Jay First Baptist, 214 S.
Milton Alabama Street, Jay
Liberty Baptist Church, ALiving Truth Church,(Con-
6763 Margaret Street, temporary), Meeting at.
Milton S.S. Dixon Intermediate
Mount Pilgrim Baptist, School, Pace
5103 Dr. Martin Luther Mount Calvary So. Baptist,
King, Jr. Street, Milton 5300 Berryhill Road
St. John Divine Missionary Milton
d Baptist, 5363 St. Johns New Bethel Baptist, 10995
Street, Milton, Chumuckla Hwy., Jay
ll "New Life Baptist, 6380
Baptist Bayberry Street, Milton
f e t Mount Pleasant Bap-
eet, Independent fist, 6151 Dogwood Dr.,
Bible Baptist Church of Milton
Pace, 4001 Vern Street, Olivet Baptist, 5240 Dog-
Pace wood Drive, Milton
Bible Way Baptist Church, Pine Level Baptist, 3300
;od, 5976 Dogwood Drive Pine Level Church
ad, Milton Road, Jay
Brownsdale Baptist Church, Pine Terrace Baptist, 6212
of Chumuckla Hwy. Jay Pine Blossom Road
rt Joy Bible Baptist, 8613 Milton
Hwy. 90, Milton Pleasant Home Baptist,
Pleasant Hill Missionary 8500 Pleasant Home,
Baptist, 5550 Econfina Munson
Street, Milton Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.,
Solid Rock Baptist, 6760 6820 Hwy. 87 North,
'East Gate Road, Milton Milton,
Trinity Baptist, 5301 Spring Hill Baptist Church,
p / Highway 90, Pace 9214 Munson Hwy.,
h- Victory Baptist, 4000 Milton
Avalon Blvd., Milton 'Wallace Baptist Church,
d, West Florida Baptist, 5621 6601 Chumuckla Hwy.
Hwy 90, Milton Woodbine-Baptist Church,
Fil Am Baptist Church, 4912 Woodbine Road,
vod, 5240 Dogwood Drive, Pace
il, Milton
Baptist -
Baptist -Southern Missionary
Avalon Baptist, 4316 t. Bethel Baptist, 175
Avalon Blvd., Milton LiM t Street, Milton
Berrydale Baptist Church, Limit Street, Milton
God, 6730 Hwy. 4, JayNew Macedonia Baptist
God, 6730 Hwy. 4, Jay Churh, 4751 Chumuckla
Billory Ist Baptist of Hol- Church, 4751 Chumuc kla
ley-Navarre Highway 87' -wy, Pace
!iy-Navarre, Highway 87 ", New Providence Mission-
S Blackwater Baptist, 11689 aRy.api-o
S Munson Hwy., Milton Rd., Milton
Calvary Baptist, Hwy. 89 First Missionary Baptist
Calvary Baptist, Hvy. 89, Church, 3949 Pace Road,.
Allentown c Pace
Coia Baptist, 12953 Hwy Pace
197, Jay
East Side Baptist, 4884 Catholic
Ward Basin Road, Mil- St. Rose of Lima Catholic.
ton Church, 6457 Park Ave. SW
Ferris Hill Baptist, 6848 Milton
oad, Chaffin Street. Milton
First Bagdad Baptist, 4529
list Forsyth St., Bagdad Charismatic
d First Baptist of Garcon Sheperd House Ministry,
Point, 1780 Garcon Point 5739 Stewart St. Milton
rch Rd., Milton New Hope Community,
ce First Baptist of Mil- Church, Meeting atRusse
iBA ton, 6797 Caroline.St., Center at Locklin Tech,
S Berry Hill, Milton'


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

Church of God
in Christ
Ferris Hill Church of God
in Christ, 909 N. Alabama
St., Milton
World Church of God, Mil-
ton 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 oILatter
Day Saints
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints, 5737 Ber-
ryhill 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
V Milton Victory Ministries,
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
Living Faith Church, 7.400
Reformation Rd., Milton
True Grace Fellowship
Church, 5178 Willard Nor-
ris Rd., Milton
I 0Holiness
Hollandtown Holiness


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

Independent
Grace Bible Church, 623
Chestnut, Milton

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

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

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

Methodist:
Christ United Methodist,
Church, 5983 Dogwood
Dr., Milton
Chumuckla United Method-
ist Church, 9475 Chumuck-
la Hwy., Jay
Elizabeth Chapel United
Methodist Church, 8008
Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
1st United Meth.Church
of. Pace, 4540 Chumuckla
Hwy., Pace
Woodbine United Method-
ist 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 Ala-
bama St., Jay.,
Mae Edwards Memorial
United Methodist Church,
5052 Mulat Road, Milton
Pineview United Method-
ist Church, 1400 Pineview
Church Rd., Jay
Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church, 4701
School Ln., Pace
Woodbine United Method-
ist 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,
SBerryfiill, Milton


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New Testament Church,
5277 Glover Lane,
Milton
Shepherd House Minis-
tries, 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 Pentecos-
tal 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 Greernwood 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 Bap-
tist 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 Ber-
ryhill Rd., Milton

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

Vineyard
Bay Area Vineyard Church,
5163 Dogwood Drive,
Milton


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STATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF CONSENT ORDER

The Department of Environmental Protection gives notice of agency action
of entering into a Consent Order with Pace Water System, Inc., pursuant to
Section120.57(4), Florida Statutes. The Consent Order addresses the per-
mit limit exceedances for Total Phosphorus (Annual Average and Monthly
Totals) from July 2003 through March 2007 and exceedances of the water
quality standards for Copper and Zinc at the Pace Wastewater Treatment
Facility. The Consent Order is available for public inspection during normal
business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except
legal holidays, at the Department of Environmental Protection, Northwest
District, 160 Governmental Center, Pensacola, Florida 32502-5794.
Persons whose substantial interests are affected by this Consent Order
have a right to petition for an administrative hearing on the Consent Order.
The Petition must contain the information set forth below and must be filed
(received) in the Department's Office of General Counsel, 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, MS# 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000, with-
in 21 days of receipt of this notice. A copy of the Petition must also be
mailed at the time of filing to the District Office named above at the address
indicated. Failure to file a petition within the 21 days constitutes a waiver of
any right such person has to an administrative hearing pursuant to
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes.

The petition shall contain.the following information: (a) The name, address,
and telephone number of each petitioner;. (b) the Department's identification
number for the Consent Order and the county in which the subject matter
or activity is located; (c) A statement of how and when each petitioner
received notice of the Consent Order; (d) A statement of how each petition-'
er's substantial interests are affected by the Consent Order; (e) A statement
of the material facts disputed by petitioner, if any; (f) A statement of facts
which petitioner contends warrant reversal or modification of thb
Consent Order; (g) A statement of which rules or statutes petitioner con-
tends require reversal or modification of the Consent Order; (h) A statement
of the relief sought by petitioner, stating precisely the action petitioner
wants the Department to take with respect to the Consent Order.
If a petition is filed, the administrative hearing process is designed to.for-
mulate agency action. Accordingly, the Department's final action may be
'different from the position taken by it in this Notice. Persons whose sub-
stantial interests will be affected by any decision of the Department with
regard to the subject Consent Order have the right to petition to become a
party to the proceeding. The petition must conform to the requirements
specified above and be filed (received) within twenty one (21) days of "
receipt of this notice in the Office of General Counsel at the above address
of the Department. Failure to petition within the allowed time frame consti-
tutes a waiver of any right such person has to request a hearing under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, and to participate as a
party to this proceeding. Any subsequent intervention will only be at the
approval of the presiding officer upon motion filed pursuant to Rule 28-
106.205, Florida Administrative Code. A person whose substantial interests
are affected by the Consent Order may file a timely petition for an adminis-
trative hearing under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, or
may choose to pursue mediation as an alternative remedy under Section
120.573, Florida Statutes, before the deadline for filing'a petition. Choosing
mediation will not adversely'affect the right to a hearing if mediation does
not result in a settlement. The procedures for pursuing mediation are set
forth below.

Mediation may only take place if the Department and all the parties to the
proceeding agree that mediation is appropriate. A person may pursue medi-
ation by reaching a mediation agreement with all parties to the proceeding
(which include the Respondent, the Department, and any person who has
filed a timely and sufficient petition for a hearing) and by showing how the
substantial interests of each mediating party are affected by the Consent
Order. The agreement must be filed in (received by) the Office of General
Counsel of the Department at 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, MS
#35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000, within ten (10) days after the dead-
line as set forth above for the filing of a petition.

The agreement to mediate must include the following:

(a) The names, addresses, and telephone numbers of any persons who
may attend the mediation;
(b) The .name, address, and telephone number of the mediator selected by
the parties, or a provision for selecting a mediator within a specified time;
(c) The agreed allocation of the costs and fees associated with the media-
tion;
(d) The agreement of the parties on the confidentiality of discussions and
documents introduced during mediation;
(e) The dates time, and place of the first mediation session, or a deadline
for holding the first session, if rio mediator'has yet been chosen;
(f) The name of each party's representative who.shall have authority to set-
tle or recommend settlement;
(g) Either an explanation of how the substantial interests of each mediating
party will be affected by the action or proposed action addressed in this
notice of intent or a statement clearly identifying the petition for hearing that
each party has already filed, and incorporating it by reference; and
(h) The signatures of all parties or their authorized representatives.

As provided in Section 120.573, Florida Statutes, the timely agreement of
all parties to mediate will toll the time limitations imposed by Sections
120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes, for requesting and holding an admin-
istrative hearing. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, the mediation
must be concluded within sixty (60) days of the execution of the agree-
ment. If mediation results in settlement.of the administrative dispute, the
Department must enter a final order incorporating the agreement of the
parties. Persons whose substantial interests will be affected by such a
modified final decision of the Department have a right to petition for a hear-


ing only in accordance with the requirements for such petitions set forth
above, and must therefore file their petitions within 21 days of receipt of
this notice. If mediation terminates without settlement of the dispute, the
Department shall notify all parties in writing that the administrative hearing
processes under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida Statutes remain
available for disposition of the dispute, and the notice will specify the dead-
lines that then will apply for challenging the agency action and electing
remedies under those two statutes. G

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Read Across

Chumuckla planned


Smith

participates in

Miss Century

Sawmill
By Kim Smith

Paige Smith participated
in the Miss Century Sawmill
pageant on Saturday, April
4, 2009. She placed second
runner-up in the pageant,
and she won Miss Century
Sawmill Sportswear. Paige
is a sixth-grade student 'at
Jay Elementary. She is the
daughter of Ricky and Kim
Smith and the granddaugh-
ter of Rosa Lee Settle and
W.L. & Louise Smith, all of
Jay. A special thank you to
Le'Ann Cushman and Vic-
toria Chavers for their sup-
port.


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Chumuckla Elemen-
tary School will host its
fifth annual "Read Across
Chumuckla" event from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. May 22. This
year's theme is "Reading
Takes You Places."
"Last year, we were
a top performing school
in Santa Rosa County
and were identified as an
"A" school on the 2007-08
FCAT. Chumuckla Ele-
mentary currently serves
approximately 290 stu-
dents. Located in a grow-'
ing community, our school
is on the brink of chang-
ing from a small country
school to one that includes
far more diversity. Be-
cause of rural location, we
historically remain a best-
kept secret of the Santa
Rosa 'County School Dis-
trict. We want to. change
this and invite you to
come meet our students
and teachers and tell the
community about our
unique way of celebrating
our love of reading," says


Chumuckla Elementary
School Media Specialist
Brenda Brosnaham.
Chumuckla Elemen-
tary Principal Karen'Bar-
ber says volunteers will
be guest readers at Chu-
muckla Elementary on
May 22.
She says another way
to participate is to "donate
a book (old or new) for our
book drive. Read at home
on May 22 with your family
or enjoy a quiet moment
by yourself with a 'good
book."
"Your participation will
send a strong signal to our
children and families that
you value reading, literacy
and education," she says.
Call 995-3690 to volun-
teer to be a guest reader.
Barber says if you need
help selecting an appropri-
ate book or poem to read,
we will provide you with
great material that the stu-
dents and you will enjoy.
Guest readers will be
scheduled from 9 to 10
a.m. and 11 a.m. to 1. p.m.
Please RSVP no later than
May 15.


Keep exotic invaders out of local environment


Brooke Saari
Okaloosa County Extension

More than .400 non-na-
tive fish and wildlife species
and 1,180 non-native plant
species occur in Florida.
A 'non-native or exotic
species is classified as any
species that does not natu-
rally occur in an area, typi-
cally introduced by human
activity. Species from all
over the globe have made
it to Florida environments
and have destroyed or tak-
en bver the home of our na-
tive species..


Some marine exotic
species become introduced
through boats in ports, or
attaching to boats and pro-
pellers through different
water bodies, and through
the pet trade.
The most common
method of exotic fish and
wildlife introductions hap-
pens .through the escape
or intentional release of
household pets.. Many pets
grow too large for tanks or
.people grow tired of their
pets and decide to release
them into the environment.
The act of releasing a
non-native animal is illegal


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in Florida and is also harm-
ful to native plants and
animals. Instead of releas-
ing, there are alternative
ways that pet owners can
explore if they no longer
are able to care for their
exotic pet. Always check
with the local pet stores to
see if they will take back
your pet or give you advice.
There might be local hobby
clubs that might have a
potential new owner (such
as snake and turtle clubs).
Local aquariums and zoos
are worth checking into, al-
though they do have quar-
antine restrictions.
Also, ask a local veteri-
narian about humane pet
disposal options or check
with Florida Fish and Wild-
life 'for pet amnesty day
dates.
This issue can always
be avoided if potential pet
owners research the' pet
they are about to purchase.
Look into growth, feed ex-
penses, how long it will live,
how it will deal with other
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Check out www.habitat-
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SDorts


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A 1


Sports SIDELINE

East Milton Youth Association cheer-
leading registration: EMYA will hold cheer-
leading registration for ages 5-14 on Satur-
day, April 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the East
Milton Ball Park Board Room. Registration
costs $70. For more information, call Jessica
at 723-7493 or visit ,www.eastmiltonyouths-
ports.com. We are in need of a coach for the
11-12 group. If you are interested in coach-
ing, please call Jessica.

Pace Chamber Tournament: The 10th
Annual Pace Area Chamber Golf Tourna-
ment will 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. For more infor-
mation, contact the Pace Area Chamber of
Commerce at 994-9633.

City of Milton youth cheerleading &
football registration: The City of Milton
youth cheerleading and football registration
will begin in the next few weeks. Children
ages 5-14-interested.in participating can reg-
ister at the Milton Community Center, 5629
Byrom St. Returning cheerleaders can sign
up on April 25 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. New
cheerleaders can register on May 2 begin-
ning at 10 a.m. These are the only two dates,
to enroll, and the cost is $70 per cheerleader.
The first Saturday to sign up for football is
May 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Starting May 18,
register for football Monday through Friday
from noon to 8 p.m. Registration ends when
teams are full. The $95 participation fee in-.
cludes Gulf Coast Youth Football Alliance,
registration; end-of-the-year trophy; game"
jersey (child keeps;' use, of shoulder pads,
helmet, seven-piece pad set, mouthpiece,
and game pants; a jamboree; andgames. For
more information, visit www.cityofmiltonpr.
nexo.com, call 850-983-5466

Milton TPC:'The Milton Triple Pro Clas-
sic three person scramble will be April 24-
26 at Tanglewood and Stonebrook country
clubs. The tournament is being held to raise
scholarship money 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 arind
Stonebrook, tee gifts, Friday social, Saturday
dinner and on-couise beverages; Entries are
limited to the first 88 teams. For more infor-
mation or to register, contact Milton High
School or go to www.miltontpc.com.,

Lightning Football: The Pensacola Light-
ning Football team is seeking local business-
es and individuals to sponsor or provide a"
service. To be a part of the 2009 Pensacola
Lightning Football team season, please con-
'tact owners Bruce and Sue Hall at 712-1389
for sponsorship package information.

Youth Wresting: The Milton youth wres2-
tling and the Milton Panther Takedown Club
Youth Wrestling Program for ages 6 and
up are currently practicing on Mondays at
Hobbs Middle School gym from 7-8:30 p.m:
They are also going to host a youth wrestling
camp May 2 at the Milton High School gymn
from 10 a.m. to I p.m. with four-time Colle-
giate National Champion Robert Hazewinkel
and others. There will be an' open challenge
after the clinic. For more information on the
camp, call 450-2434.


FWC seeks input on game farms


Press Gazette Staff Report

The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission,
or FWC, is asking the public
to provide input on proposed
rule language regarding es-
tablishment and operation of
game farms in Florida.
Recommended changes
include providing an exemp-
tion to licensing require-
ments for individuals pur-
chasing eggs for consump-
tion, deleting the require-
ment to maintain records of


births and deaths, allowing
license holders to transport
live game to processing facil-
ities, and providing exemp-
tion to the license require-
ment for the possession of 50
or fewer live bobwhite quail
or non-native game birds, ex-
cept waterfowl. The exemp-
tion applies when such game
birds are for personal use,
consumption or educational
or other not-for-sale or exhi-
bition purposes.
Additional information is
available at http://MyFWC.


com; click on the "Tell us what
you think" box.
Comments can be e-mailed
to rulechanges@MyFWC.com;
type "Game Farm" on the
subject line. The deadline for
submitting comments is at
the close of business on April
20. For specific questions, con-
tact Capt. Linda Harrison at
850-488-6253.
This topic is also on the
April 15 agenda for the FWC
meeting at the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center.
The meeting will take place in


room A1/A2. The center is at
505 W. Pensacola St., Tallahas-
see.
FWC meetings are open to
the public, and anyone requir-
ing special accommodations
to participate should advise
the FWC at least five days
before April 15 by contacting
FWC's Office of Human Re-
sources at 850-488-6411. If you
are hearing- or speech-im-
paired, contact the FWC us-
ing the Florida Relay Service
at 800-955-8771 (TDD) or 800-
955-8770 (voice).


Tide REPORT


Pensacola Bay
Sunday, April 19, 2009
2:56 AM CDT Moonrise
4:21 AM CDT Low tide' 0.04 feet
6:16 AM CDT Sunrise
2:13 PM CDT Moonset
6:37 PM CDT High tide 0.99 feet
7:19 PM CDT Sunset

Monday, April 20,2009'
3:26 AM CDT Moonrise
4:24 AM CDT Low tide 0.22 feet
6:15 AM CDT Sunrise
12:46 PM CDT High tide 0.74 feet
3:09 PM CDT Moonset
,4:03 PM CDT Low tide 0.71 feet
7:19 PM CDT Sunset
8:45 PM CDT Hightide 0.79 feet

'Tuesday, April 21, 2009
3:55 AM CDT Moonrise
4:06 AM CDT 'Low tide 0.43 feet.
6:14 AM CDT Sunrise
10:52 AM'CDT High tide 0.81 feet
4:07 PM CDT Moonset'
5:41 PM.CDT Low tide 0.45 feet
7:20 PM CDT Sunset
'11:43 PM CDT High tide 0.64 feet

Wednesday, April 22, 2009
3:02 AM CDT Low tide 0.60 feet
4:25 AM CDT Moonrise
6:13 AM CDT Sunrise
10:10 AM CDT High tide 0.99 feet
.5:06 PM CDT Moonset
6:33 PM CDT. Lowtide 0.19 feet
7:21 PM CDT Sunset I :

East Bay
Sunday, April. 19, 2009
2:54 AM CDT Moonrise
5:39 AM CDT Low tide 0.05 feet
6:15 AM CDT Sunrise
2:11 PM CDT Moonset'
7:18 PM CDT Sunset
7:20 PM CDT High tide 1:.19 feet

Monday, April 20, 2009
3:25 AM CDT Moonrise
5:40 AM CDT Low tide 0.27 feet


6:14 AM. CDT Sunrise
1:31 PM CDT High tide 0.89 feet
3:08 PM CDT Moonset
-5:21 PM CDT Low tide 0.86 feet
7:18 PM CDT Sunset
9:28 PM CDT High tide 0.94 feet

Tuesday, April 21, 2009
3:54 AM CDT Moonrise
5:22 AM CDT Low tide 0.51 feet
6:13, AM CDT Sunrise
11:35 AM CDT High tide 0.97 feet
4:06 PM CDT Moonset
6:59 PM CDT'Low tide 0.55 feet
7:19 PM CDT Sunset

- Wednesday, April 22, 2009
12:26 AM CDT High tide 0.77 feet
4:18 AM CDT tow tide 0.73 feet
4:23,AM CDT Moonrise
6:12 AM CDT Sunrise
10:53 AM CDT High tide 1.18 feet
5:05 PMCDT Moonset
7:19 PM CDT Sunset
7:51 PM CDT Low tide 0.23 feet

Blackwater River
Sunday, April 19, 2009
2:55 AM CDT Moonrise -
6:09 AM CDT Low tide 0.05 feet
6:16 AM CDT Sunrise
2:12 PM CDT Moonset
7:18 PM CDT Sunset
8:16 PM CDT High'tide'1.19 feet

Monday, April 20, 2009
3:25 AM CDT Moonrise 1
6:10 AM CDT Low tide 0.27 feet
6:1'4 AM CDT Sunrise -
2:27 PM CDT High tide 0.89 feet
3:08 PM CDT Moonset "'
5:51 PM CDT Low tide 0.86 feet
7:19 PM CDT Sunset
1'0:24 PM CDT High tide 0.94 feet

Tuesday, April 21, 2009
'3:54 AM CDT Moonrise
5:52 AM CDT Low tide 0.51 feet
6:13 AM CDT Sunrise
12:31 PM CDT High tide 0.97 feet
4:06 PM CDT Moonset


7:20 PM CDT Sunset
7:29 PM CDT Low tide 0.55 feet

Wednesday, April 22, 2009
1:22 AM CDT High tide 0.77 feet
4:24 AM CDT Moonrise
4:48 AM CDT Low tide 0.73 feet
6:12 AM CDT Sunrise
11:49 AM CDT High tide 1.18 feet
5:06 PM CDT Moonset
7:20 PM CDT Sunset
8:21 PM CDT Low tide 0.23 feet

Navarre Beach
Sunday, April 19, 2009
2:05 AM CDT Low tide 0.23 feet
2:54 AM CDT Moonrise
6:15 AM CDT Sunrise'
2:11, PM CDT Moonset
4:57 PM CDT High tide 1.03 feet
7:17 PM CDT Sunset

Monday, April 20, 2009
2:00,AM CDT Low tide 0.38 feet
3:24 AM CDT Moonrise
6:14 AM CDT Sunrise
9:54 AM CDT High tide 0.71 feet
12:15 PM CDT Low tide 0.68 feet
3:08 PM CDT Moonset
6:53 PM CDT High tide 0.89 feet
7:18 PM CDT Sunset

Tuesday, April 21, 2009
1: 46 AM CDT Low tide 0.53 feet
3:54 AM CDT Moonrise
6:13 AM CDT Sunrise
'8:42 AM CDT High tide 0.80 feet
2:03 PM CDT Low tide 0.53 feet
4:05 PM CDT Moonset
7: 19 PM CDT Sunset
9:23 PM CDT High tide 0.79. feet

Wednesday, April 22, 2009.
1:30 AM CDT Low tide 0.64 feet
4:23 AM CDT Moonrise
6:12 AM CDT Sunrise
8:04 AM CDT High tide 0.96 feet
3:15 PM CDT Low tide 0.33 feet'
5:05 PM CDT-Moonset
7:19 PM CDT Sunset
11:23 PM'CDT High tide 0.72 feet


Sports SIDELINE


-Jay Pro Rodeo: The Seventh Annual Jay
Pro Rodeo will be April 24 and 25 at 8 p.m.
in the Ted May Arena in Jay. Sign-ups are to
be announced very soon for this event,;which
helps groups in the Jay area,' including the
Relay For Life fundraiser. For more informa-
tion, contact Frederick Barrow 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 Grades 3-12 during the week
of June 22-26. In addition, Coach Bergen will
be holding a camp for teams to participate in
through the weekend of June 26-28, 2009.
Included in camp costs are individual-
ized offensive and defensive skills training
with UWF staff members and players, along
with sessions to explain general rules of play.y
Campers will participate in open recreation
swimming and a pizza party on Thursday. A
camp T-shirt is provided, but campers must
bring their own sack lunch or purchase lunch
at their own expense at the University Com-
mons.
Fliers and registration forms can be found
online at wwvw.GoArgos.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 Charity 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
registration forms.

Cowboy Challenge: The Dixie Darters
Drill Team is producing the first Dixie Cow-
boy Challenge on May 23 and 24 to be held
at Coldwater Recreation Park. This event is
similar to the Extreme Cowboy Race seen
on RFD TV Please see the details at www.
dixied,artersdrillteam.com.

More activities can be found at *www.
srpressgazette.com. Look for the box called
'Things to Do.' There you can check on activi-
ties by zip code or activity. And you are more
than welcome to enter your events as well.


Stonebrook Ladies
Golf Association
Stonebrook Golf dlub.
Bell of the Month
April 7, 2009

Bell of the Month: Audrey
Belanger
First Flight Gross: 1 Dean
Williams, 2. Nancy Welch, 3.
Karen Feliciano
First Flight Net: 1. Audrey
Belanger, 2. Shatzi Clemons,
,3. Joanne Quesinberry
. Second Flight Gross: 1.
Flora Kyle, 2. Joyce Parazine,
3. Janie Trombley -
Second Flight Net: 1. Janet
Miller, 2. Vicki McMurray, 3.
Mary Woltersdorf
Chip-ins: Dean Williams.
(No. 15) and Jo Apple (No. 8
and No. 10)
Birdies: Audrey Belanger
(No. 8), Nancy Welch (No. 14),
Dean Williams (No., 15), and
Shatzi Clemons (No. 14).

Hacker's Amatuer
Golf Tour
Final Results
The. MOORS
April 4-5, 2009

"A" FLIGHT
1. Ethan Smith +13 +8 +21
2. Jimmie Nolen +13 +1+14
3.,DonmiyAkin +8 +5 +13
Damian Jacobs +6+7+13
5. Brent Tate Ev +io +10
6. Jerry Kelly Ev +8 +8
7. Tim Folker -1 +8 +7
Joe Harryman +3,+4+7
Todd Huerkamp +5 +2 +7
10. LarryDempsey +3+3+6
Larry Hinson +4+2+6
12. Fred Aubrey -1+4+3
. Jared Martin +5-2+3
14. Jim Skinner +4-3+1
15. David Josephs Ev -1-1
David Ross. +1-2-1


17. Bobby Elmore
Jared Ottley
19. Dan Henderson
20. Kevin Templeman
21. Carl Pedersen
22. Mike Baronich
23. Carl Reed
24. Jarrod Weems


Ev -3 -3
-6 +3 -3
+1-5-4
-4 Ev -4
-5 -5 -10
-4-8-12
-8-7 -15
-8 -8 -16


"B" FLIGHT
1. Ron Harvey +9 +3 +12
2. Jim Wells +1 +10 +11
3. Jerry Glenn +5 +5 +10
4. Leo Ford +8+1+9
Kevin McVicker -1 +10 +9
Scdt Wylie +2+7+9
7. Donald Weaver +4+3+7
8. Howard Levine +1+5+6
Gary Moore +5 +1+6
10. Chester Berry +3+2+5
11. Jason Cawby -2+5 +3
12. Bubba Etherton -3 +5+2.
Steve Sebastian -2 +4 +2
Peach Waller +2 Ev +2
Dennis Wilkerson +8 -6 +2


16. Andy Stewart
17. Two Dog Snow
18. Rey de la Cruz
19. Bob Barnett
Mike Bowers
21. Dave Fitzgerald
Lee Stewart
23. Doug Bufkin
24. Jim Bowie
25. Dan Kinkle


-2 +3 +1
+2 -2 Ev
+1-2-1
-5 +2-3
-5+2-3
-6 +2 -4
-4Ev -4
-1.-4 -5
-3 -4 -7
-16 -8 -24


26. Chris Goodpaster-13 -12 -25

"C" FLIGHT
1. William Sylvester +3+13 +16
2. Billy Smith +10 +4+14
3. Tom Little +2+8+10
Neal Ward +8+2+10
5. Tom Carter +5 +4 +9
6. Roy Pierson +3+5+8
7. Don Bass -1+8+7
28.Glenn Montgomery+2+2+4
9. Richard Dunham +2 Ev +2
Dave McCune -1 +3 +2
11. Bill Perkins +1 -1 Ev
Joe Gossett -3 +3 Ev
13. Geno Dylewski -6 +5 -1'
Mal Mason Ev -1 -1
15. John Peacock +5 -7 -2
16. Robert Coley Ev -3-3


Bob Little
18. Mark McDanie
Jim Shoemake
20. Jerry Brown
21. Garry Perkins
Wayne Peters
Jack Pickett
Greg Schlau
25. Jim Arnold
Rex Ritchie
27. Jim Bookter
28. Matt Daniels

"D' FLIGHT
1. Troy Young
2. Brad Pittman
Jonathan Smiley
4. Myron Mickelso
Aaron Tilley
6. Tim Booker
Jason Burch
8. Pete Sniezko
9. Marshall Fant
Rick Lowe
11. John Longdin


-1-2-3 High Series, Men: Dave
als -6 Ev -6 Harwick 673 :,
r -5 -1-6 High Series Women: Jenni-
Ev -8 -8 fer Gibbs 616
-4-7-11 High Series Team: With
-2 -9 -11 Knowledge = Tot Destruction
-4-7-11 2357
-9 -21-11 League Standings: 1. With
-10-2-12 Knowledge = Tot Destruction
-6-6-12 34.5-13.5, 2.. Flawless Victory
-4-10 -14 32-16, 3. Fun Bunch 31.5-16.5, 4.'
'-2 -14 -16 Split Happens 29-19, 5. Incred-
ibles 28-20, 6. Oops Alley Pro
Shop 27-21,. 7. D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S.
+9+10+19 27-21, 8. Pin Crushers 26-22, 9.
+6 +-11 +17 Damn 10 Pin 25-23, 10. Super
y+4 +13+17 Friends 24-26, 11. Pin Action 23-
n+4 +8 +12 25,12. We Wuz Robbed 22.5-25.5,
+10 +2 +12 13. The Legion of Doom 22-26,
+6 +3 +9 14. Strike Force HI 21-27, 15. A-
+6 +3 +9 Team ,21-27, 16.'New Recruits
+5+1+6 19-29, 17. Can't Figure It Out
+3 +2 +5 18.5-29.5, 18. Handicap Manage-
-1+6 +5 ment 18-30, 19. Dave's Gang 16-
+2 -1 +1 .32,20. Lightning Strikes 15-33


John Sanders +2 -1 +1
13. Dave Acton -3+1-2
14. Wade Collier -8+5-3
David Dearing -9 +6 -3
Jack Tilley -2 -1-3
17. Tim Spears +1 -5 -4
AJ Tridico +3-7-4
19. Dbug Mehle -4-1-5
20. Ray Fentriss -3-3 -6
21. Gerry Brown -7 Ev -7
22. Billy Blum Ev -10 -10
23. Dickie Lowe --12 +1-11
Steve Lowery -7 -4 -11
25. Jeff Post -4-8-12
26. Keith Clayton -11-2 -13
27. Harmon Creel -8 -7 -15

Monday Night Mixed
Oops Bowling Alley
March 30, 2009

High Game Men: Danny
Thompson 268
High Game Women: Jenni-
fer Gibbs 248
High Game Team: With
Knowledge = Tot Destruction
-853


TNICL
Oops Bowling Alley
March 31, 2009

High Game Men: Raymond
Henrickson, 202
High Game Women: Wanda
Nordby, 194
High Game Team: Pin Ac-
tion, 688
High Series Men: Bill An-
nis, 548
High Series Women: Vicki
Pinkston, 502
' High Series Team: Pin Ac-
tion, 1929
League Standings: 1. Cel-
ebration 67-45, 2. Bowl and
a Prayer 61.5-50.5, 3. Pins of
Plenty 60-52, 4. Pins of Ac-
tion 59-52, 5. Collins Driving
Academy 54.5-57.5, 6. Straight
Shooters 54-58, 7. JAGS 48-64,
8. Strike Force 44-68.
League Notes: Summer
teams are now forming. Call
623-6807.


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Fight could end Milton catcher's season


Suspension

issued for

Melendez

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Kaitlyn Melendez's last game
as a Lady Panther could have,
been Tuesday night at Escambia
High School.
The FHSAA handed down its
ruling Wednesday on Tuesday's
fight between Melendez and Es-


cambia High catcher Brittainy
Peters.
Melendez was suspended
for 28 days and a minimum ,of
eight games, while Peters was
suspended for 35 days and 10
games.
According to the report filed
by the umpires with the FHSAA,
Melendez "'applied a hard tag" to
Peters, to which Peters "took of-
fense ... and pushed" her. It then
states that one of the girls "threw
her glove on the ground and
started swinging" with her fist,
after which the other girl began
fighting back.
The suspensions for "gross
unsportsmanlike conduct" were
issued Wednesday in a letter


to Escambia athletics director
Roger Mayo and Milton Princi-
pal Stewart Powell from FHSAA
associate director Denarvise
Thornton Jr. The FHSAA's by-
laws mandate a six-week suspen-
sion for gross misconduct. The
FHSAAs manual states that any
unsportsmanlike act by an ath-
lete results in a minimum of a
seven-day and two-game suspen-
sion.
The FHSAA made its decision
after receiving a report from the
game's umpire.
The incident came at the end
of a fifth-inning play. Escambia
scored two runs on a passed ball
and an errant throw. Melendez
picked up the ball' and jogged


toward third base, where Peters
was standing as a base runner.
That's when the scuffle occurred,
ending quickly as the umpires
and Milton teammates helped
separate the two players. No one
appeared to leave Escambia's
bench.
Milton High Athletic Director
Murray Rutledge said they would
appeal the FHSAA's decision.
"Kaitlyn has played four years
of volleyball and softball, and this
is the first incident she has had,"
Rutledge said. "Our girl was
wrong; we certainly don't teach
our kids to conduct themselves
that way."
Calls to Escambia High School
on the matter, were not returned,'


but published reports in the area
indicate Escambia High will also
be appealing Peter's suspen-
sion.
If Melendez is lost for the sea-
son, Shauna Vickers is expected
to take over catching duties.
"We've had some adversity all
season,"'said Milton Head Coach
Jeff Larson. "One thing about our
team is that someone is ready to
fill in and they get the job done."
The Lady Panthers have lost
Mikey Drinkard, Chelsea Hicks,
and Katie Worley to injury or ill-
ness.
The game Tuesday night was
not on the schedule for the Lady
Panthers.: It was a make-up game
for an earlier season rainout.


Post-season



push is on


ByOBILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
As teams get ready for
the post season, some are
starting to hit their stride.
Central High School
found their swing Tuesday
night at home against Ale-
theia Christian, 21-0 in five
innings.
. The Jaguars pounded
out 19 hits and capitalized
on five Aletheia errors.
T.H. Beasley and Hunter
Phillips did a yeoman's job
as they combined for a no-
hitter.
Alethia's only baserun-
ner of the game came when
Phillips issued a walk for
their only base runner.
Central (4-9) jumped
out to an early 5-0 lead and
went up, 11-0 by the bottom
of the second inning.
Nick Waters, Daniel
Nordstrom, and Garrett
Starling each had three
hits in the game as Star-
ling finished, with five
RBIs, while Nordstrom
needed a home run for the
cycle.
Milton took care of Na-
varre at home, 6-3, as the
Panthers had to rally.
After falling behind 1-C
in the top of the second, the
Panthers tied the game in
the bottom of the third in-
ning.
In the fifth inning, the
Panthers (16-4; 8-2 in Dis-
trict 1-4A) took the lead
with' two runs and iced
the game in the sixth with
three more.'
Paul Baggett "worked
five innings for the win
while striking out five.
The big blow for the


Panthers came with a
Devon Whitbey home run
in the sixth inning with two
r men on, to ice the game for
Milton.
Roy Moulder and Mikey
I McMillion both went 2-for-
3, while McMillion arid Tad
Reynolds each added an
RBI.
Jay remained perfect in
1 District 1-2A play as they
I dispatched Baker at home,
13-3 in five innings.
Nick Simpson got .the
) win while strikihg out five.
Baker took an early 1-
0 lead, but then Jay took
control scoring four runs
i in the bottom of the second
r inning.
Jerod Smith, Rush Hen-
I dricks, Garret Lowry and
I Nick Simpson each had two
1 hits in the win.
Lowery finished the
I game with a home run as
t one of his htwo hits.
In softball action:
Pace defeated Gulf
Breeze 5-0 Tuesday.
1 Michelle Phelps scat-
tered three hits over seven
innings for the win while
striking out six.
Shelby Brooks went
2-for-3 in the win while
Michelle Hummel, Bailey
Dowdle and Katie Smith
1 each had one hit.
Escambia High defeated
Milton 3-1.
With the game tied 1-
1, the Lady Gators scored
I two runs on a wild pitch.
Milton's only run came
i on a home run by Shauna
Vickers in the fourth in-
I ning, tying the game at 1-1.
I Alyssa Larson gave up
10 hits and struck out two
in the loss.


BILL GAMBLIN I P1't GCutt,
Monday Jay's Jace Gandy signed a football scholarship to play'for the University of Arkansas at Monticel- .
lo. Looking on are Jay Baseball coach Jorey Diamond, Jay principal Dale Westmoreland, and Jay athletic
director and football coach Elijah Bell.


Gandy has ,,big shoes to fill at UAM


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Jace Gandy is following a family
tradition.
Well, sort of following his grand-
father's tradition when it
.comes to college athletics.
On Monday, Gandy signed
to become a Boll Weevil at
the University of Arkansas at
Monticello.
Gandy will carry on the
name that proved to be All-
Conference in the Gulf South JACE
Conference for three years.
"They had been talking to me
ever since the last game of the sea-
son," said Gandy, who will become
a third generation football player in
the GSC. "They asked me to send
them some film, and then they got
back to us."


For Gandy, the history he will
have to live up to is his grandfather
Bill, who was an All-GSC Conference
standout.
And after a red shirt season, he
will have to prepare to play his fa-
ther's old school and UAM's
closest conference rival Del-
ta State.'
"I like the coaches and
knew right away this would
Sbe the school for me," said
Gandy, who visited schools
* including Huntingdon, La-
GANDY Grange, and Cumberland.
"UAM is the best fit for me.
"After a red shirt season, they
are looking for me to help on special
teams, maybe return kicks and play
cornerback."
Gandy is actually anticipat-


son at Jay.
"I am looking forward to dedicat-
ing myself to one position and learn
that one job easier and quicker," he
said.
For Jay High, Gandy is the first
football scholarship the school has
signed in several years.
"This is the first one we have had
in a long, long time," said Jay foot-
ball coach and athletic director Bell.
"I am happy for Jace, and I want him
to go out there and work as hard as
he can, keep his grades up and stay
for the full four years.
"It would be such a big thrill to me
to see him his junior and senior year
out their playing after being here at
Jay."
Last season the Boll Weevils were
7-4 on the season with a 5-3 mark in


ing the chance to focus on defense 'the Gulf South Conference, including
after playing both ways this past sea- a loss to rival Delta State 37-31.


Argos fall short to


Valdosta home runs


West Florida drops
one-run decisions
to conference leader

In their final home se-
ries, the Argo softball team
dropped to 1-0 decisions to
Valdosta State. Despite out-
hitting the Blazers 13-11,
West Florida was unable
to overcome two solo home
runs that would lift VSU to
victory.
Jillian Lafrance held the
Blazer bats to just five hits
in the first game, striking
out nine in the loss. The ju-
nior falls to 21-5 on the sea-
son after giving up a solo
home run to Andi Bras-
well in the third that would
prove to be the game's de-
ciding factor.


Game two remained
scoreless until the top of
the seventh, when Alyssa
Shirey connected on a
longball that put Valdosta
up 1-0. Emily Burge and
Kristee Wheeler both had
2-for-2 showings, including
a double from Wheeler.
Six Argos also scattered
hits on the day, includ-
ing Amber Ingram, who
doubled in the first game.
Franny earned two stolen
bases, moving to nine on
the season.,
West Florida drops to
37-13 on the season, 12-9 in
conference action, as they
continue to vie for a spot at
the Gulf South Conference
tournament in May. The
Argos finish the season on
the road, beginning with a
series with West Georgia
on Saturday at 2 p.m.


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Leon Hinote gets a hug from his son, Bud- Congressman Jeff Miller addresses those
dy, before being presented with medals at-fhe Forsyth House
he earned in the Army by Congressman
Jeff Miller. '


Leon Hinote and family members look Retired Master Chief Floyd Enfinger talks
over a cake decorated to celebrate his with Congressman Jeff Miller at his home.
day on Thursday.


Leon Hinote and his daughter look at the
medals and ribbons he was presented on
Thursday by Congressman Jeff Miller.


A photo of a young Floyd Enfinger while
serving in the U.S. Navy.


Congressman Jeff Miller talks with retired Retired Master Chief Floyd Enfinger
Master Chief Floyd Enfinger outside his
home.


Floyd Enfinger gets a
of 62 years, Gloria.


big hug from his wife


Story and photos by BILL GAMBLIN
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com

Thursday two men received some honors
that were long over due.
Congressman Jeff Miller took a morning
event full circle as he awarded medals to two
deserving World War 1 veterans.
Leon Hinote and Floyd Enfinger were pre-
sented with medals they earned in service to
the U.S. Military during World War II.
"I feel honored to be able to present these
medals today," said Miller who has been in
town since Monday on a break from the cur-
rent congressional session. "These men are
part of America's' Greatest Generation and
part of a very special group.
"When the war was over they didn't come
home expecting or wanting to be honored.
They went back to work qr back to school and
in many cases raised a family."
Hinote, who is a resident of the Forsyth.
House, was presented with his Good Conduct
Medal, Middle Eastern Campaign Medal,
American Campaign Medal, the World War H
Victory Medal, his Rifleman's Badge, and his
Honorable Service lapel pin.
While Enfinger was presented with a cor-
rected DD214 he was also awarded from the
U.S. Navy his Good Conduct Medal, Occupa-
tion Medal and'Ribbon, African-Middle Eas-
ter Medal, Armed Forces Expedition' Medal,
American Campaign Medal, World War H
Victory Medal, American Defense Medal, Na-
tional Defense Medal, Combat Action Ribbon,
Meritorious Unit Citation, the Navy E for Ef-'
ficiency, his Honorable Discharge Medal, and


Honorable Service Discharge Pin.
Both men thought about the others who
served and never did get the chance to be hon-
ored like'(they were on Thursday, amid family
and friends.
"I feel like I don't deserve this," said Hinote,
who was also known in Santa Rosa County as'
the 'Bible Carrying Sheriff'. "There were so
many over there who didn't make it and they
need to be recognized as well.
"I didn't ask for it, but I am humbled and
honored."
As for Enfinger, one of those who didn't
make it home was very close to him.
"Ilost my brother Abraham at the Battle of
the Bulge on March 16, 1945," recalled Enfin-
ger. "He didn't make it home like a lot of the
men.
"But we need to also remember President
(Harry) Truman. If it hadn't of been for him
we would have been there another six months
or more and lost 100,000's of men if he hadn't
made the decision to use the Atomic Bomb on
Japan." :
While many turned out to honor these Vet-
eran's, the question remains why they didn't
get their medals and honors sooner.
"I moved around a lot after the war," said
Enfinger. "I guess some of these things just
didn't catch up to me."
As for the rest of the Veterans out there,
Congressman Miller is making a concerted ef-
fort to correct this issue.
"This is one of the special honors for me
as a congressman," said Miller. "When I find
someone who didn't get their medals we want
to do something about it.


"A lot of the men and women earned these
medals, but after their service came home and
picked up their lives by going back to work or
back to school."
One person who really admired Hinote, who
served on the Milton City Council,for 12 years,
is current Mayor Guy Thompson.
"His generation made a difference," said
Thompson. "My generation and the others af-
ter me need to understand the depth of their
sacrifice and commitment to this country."
On Thursday many of the youngest gen-
eration in Santa Rosa County stepped up and
showed their appreciation by donating $25,000
to the upcoming Emerald Coast Honor Flight
set to depart on April 29th for Washington, D.C.
"I can't fully understand," said Thompson.
"We might not be here if it wasn't for people
like Leon Hinote."
Ironically, Hinote went back to Omaha
Beach and took his family around to show
them some of the places he could remember
back in 1992.
"I wanted my family to see where I had
been," said Hinote. "It use to be on my mind a
lot and I could remember a lot of the things we
went through on that day."
A lot has changed on Omaha Beach and
even in the military today.
One of those changes was something Enfin-
ger pointed out to family and friends.
"When we went out to sea, we were directed
to not come back and tell about the things go-
ing on," said Enfinger. "It is definitely not like
that today as the media reports back here
about what is going on to where we know more
than the men in the field."


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Saturday, April 18, 2009


Local BRIEFS


SRCRE will meet Monday
The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators will meet
Monday, April 20 at 10:00 a.m. in
the Benny Russell Building on
the campus of Locklin Technical
Center.
The speaker for the meeting
will be Thornton E. Cole, CSA,
who will present a workshop
on "Senior Financial Survival."
All members are encouraged to
attend and are reminded that if
you have not paid your dues for
the 2009-10 year, they are due
at this time. Any Santa Rosa '
County school system retiree
who has not joined is invited to
do so at this time.

31-Cent Scoop Night
Baskin-Robbins will be
hosting its third annual 31-Cent
Scoop Night celebration on
Wednesday, April 29th, nation-
wide. As part of its 31-Cent
Scoop Night, Baskin-Robins
'will make a $100,000 donation
to the National Volunteer Fire
Council's (NVFC) National
Junior Firefighter Program.
The program serves as an
umbrella for local junior
firefighter programs nationwide,
which educate youths about
the vital, life-saving work of
volunteer emergency service
members and help prepare
future firefighters to keep
our communities safe, On
Wednesday, April 29, from 5-
10 p.m., drop by and get your
favorite flavor or try a new flavor
with' a 2.5 ounce ice cream scoop
for just 31 cents! "The event
gives us a wonderful opportunity
to show our appreciation to
local customers and honor local
heroes," said Franchisee Saraya
Rouchon,. Baskin-Robbins in
Gulf Breeze. Ice cream lovers
are encouraged to add some


sweetness to the spring season
by visiting any Baskin-Robbins
locally!

Milton HS Class of '69
reunion
The Milton High School Class
of 1969 is looking for classmates
for a 40-Year class reunion. Call
or email Pat 'Smith' Greene at
626-6536, or Greene5047@yahoo.
com for more information.

Friends of the Milton
library spring book sale
Friends of the Milton Library
will be having their Spring
Book Sale at the Milton Library
Meeting Room, 5541 Alabama St.
in Milton. The hours will be from
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday, May
1st and Saturday, May 2nd.
Admission is free. There
will be novels, children's books,
history, cookbooks, technology,
crafts, paperbacks, DVDs, CDs.
Videos available and more both
days. This is a good time to stock
up-on your reading material.
Great bargains are to be had..,
Proceeds are used to support
the Milton Library. Last year's
proceeds were used to purchase
-books, public computers,
self-service checkouts and a
Summer Reading Program. For
more details, call 850-626-6853.

Pensacola Lutheran Blind
Mission scheduled to meet,
The Pensacola Lutheran
Blind Mission will hold
its monthly meeting and
dinner for the blind and sight-
impaired at 5 p.m. Saturday,
April 25, 2009 at the Immaquef
Lutheran Church, 24 W. Wright
St. Pensacola. The guest
speaker will be Mr. John Dosh,


Escambia County Public Safety
Emergency Manager. "Disaster
preparedness and survival of
Major Catastrophic Events" will
be the topic of discussion. The
building of a personal survival
kit will also be discussed.
The Lutheran Blind
Mission is an organization that
provides social interaction,
life-skills support and Christian
fellowship for the blind and
sight-impaired of all faiths. The
driver for any blind or sight-
impaired person is welcome
to enjoy our dinner and the
evening with us. The meeting,
will be in the Fellowship Hall
and will end at 7 p.m.
Please call Ann Siverly
for dinner reservations by
Wednesday, April 22 at 850-457-
3039 or by e-mail to annsiverly@
yahoo.com. Information is
available at any time about our
mission.

Education Rally is April 23
Santa Rosa Professional
Educators invites you to attend
a local rally and show support
*for our local schools. SRPE
is planning a local rally on
Thursday, April 23, from 5-6:30
p.m. This date was selected as
it is the mid-point of the current
legislative session.
The rally Making Our
Schools a Priority is
scheduled to take place pn the
central part of our county. The,
rally will take place on the front
lawn of the Milton High School
Campus (5445 Stewart Street,
Milton). Guest speakers will
be Superintendent Wyrosdick,
Mayor Thompson, Milton
High School Principal Buddy
Potwell, student government
representatives, retired
educators, PTA presidents and
community leaders. For more


information, contact the SRPE
office at 623-5877. In the event
of severe weather, the rally will
be rescheduled.

Jay ES Kindergarten
Registration
Jay Elementary School will
be having their Kindergarten
registration on Thursday, April
30th and Friday, May 1, from
8 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. Your
child must be 5 years old on
or before September 1, 2009
in order to start kindergarten
next year. You must have
the following items with you
at registration: child's birth
certificate, blue Florida
Immunization card (*2nd
Varicella Shot is required),
current Florida physical, social
security card/number, proof
of residency (utility bill, rental
agreement, etc.), custody
papers, if applicable. Please call'
the office at 675-4554 if you have
any questions.

City of Milton meeting
The City of Milton's
Ordinance Review Committee
will meet on Wednesday, April
22, at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
B Room B at Milton City Hall,,
6738 Dixon Street. For further
information, call the City
Manager's office at 983-5411.

ACT/SAT Workshop
A workshop to assist students
in the Santa Rosa and Escambia
County High Schools who will
be taking the June 6th SAT and
the June 13th ACT Tests will
be held in Gulf Breeze. Alice
Hart will conduct the classes.
The workshop will provide
approximately 12 hours of
instruction. This workshop will


consist of 5 sessions covering
both the ACT and the SAT.
Workshop dates and times are
as follows: Tuesday, May 12,
6-8 p.m.; Wednesday, May 13,
6-8 p.m.; Thursday, May 14, 6-8
p.m., Monday, May 18, 6-8 p.m.,
Tuesday, May 19, 6-8 p.m.
Registrations for this
workshop must be postmarked
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:
Amhartl966@ao.com or her cell
phone at 615-585-2401.

'Steak Nite' is tonight
The Men's Auxiliary of VFW
Post 4833 is sponsoring a "Steak
Nite" on Saturday, April 18 from
5-7 p.m. They will serve NY Strip
) steak and baked potatoes with
all the fixings. Come on out and
enjoy the evening.

Chronic Obstructive
Pulmonary Disease
(COPD)
COPD is a term that refers to
a large group of lung diseases,
which can interfere with normal
breathing. Jack Obeid, MD,
Pulmonary, stated that itt is
estimated that nearly 16 million
Americans have COPD. One of
the most common conditions of
COPD is emphysema.
Dr. Obdid will present
a lecture and discuss the
symptoms, diagnosis and
treatment of this disease. Santa
Rosa Medical Center is offering
this community seminar on
Tuesday, April 21 at 7 p.m. in
the Locklin Education Center
located behind the hospital.
Call 626-5113 to register for this
important seminar.


April as fair housing month,

Special to the Press Gazette

April is Fair Housing Month 2009,marks the 4ist Anniversary of
the passage of the Fair Housing Act, the federal law that prohibits dis-
crimination in housing because of race, color, national origin, religion,
disability, gender, or family status.
Legal Services of North Florida, Inc. (LSNF) invites you to join them
and thousands across the United States in celebrating the 41st anniver-
sary of this historic piece oflegislation, and promoting April as National
Fair Housing Month, by attending their Third Annual Fair Housing
Symposium.
There will be a presentation by an esteemed speaker in Pensacola,
Florida:
Brenda Shavers, Deputy FHEO Regional Director at the U.S. De-
partment of HUD will be our speaker at our event held on Thursday
April 23,2009,2:00-4:00 pm at the Pensacola Association of Realtors, 107
W Main Street, Pensacola; FL 32502.
For more information and to RSVP please contact LSNF at (850) 432-
8222 or mia@lsnf.org. This program is free and open to the public as well
as area agencies. These locations are wheelchair accessible. Any per-
sons needing special accommodations please notify LSNF in advance.
There will be similar presentations in Panama City and Crestview. For
more information on Fair Housing and thelaws governing housing dis-
crimination, please visit the web site http://www.fairhousinginfo.org/ or
http://www.hud.gov/.
LSNF is happy to assist you in recognizing fair housing as a priority,
in our community all year round. Remember, "Fair Housing is Not an
Option, It is the Law!"'
This program is sponsored in part by a grant from the U.S. Depart-
Sment of Housing and Urban Development.


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to the following businesses for donating door
prizes for our Annual Easter Egg Hunt this past
weekend (April 11th) "It was a Huge Success":

1-2-3 Fit Pace
Alyssa's Antique Depot
Big Daddy's Barbecue
Billy-Bob's Barbecue
Chick Fil-A at the Ridge
Cici's Pizia of Pace
Coffee Break Cafe on Woodbine
Farm Bureau Insurance (Donn. Raley)
Gunner's Gulf Coast Jewelers & Gifts
Hom/Ade Foods, Inc. (Mary B's)
Jack's Tree Service
Lawn & Garden Equipment/John Deere
Martial Arts America
Oops Alley Entertainment
The Penton House Salon & Day Spa
SWEAR TV-3
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Rare pygmy elephants to visit The ZOO


Elephant rides and pictures available to the public

SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE

Kamba and Congo, live forest elephants featured in Pensacola Opera's production.
of Aida, will be on display at The ZOO April 29th and 30th and May 1st and 3rd from
09 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors will have the unique opportunity to ride, and have pictures
. taken with, the rare pygmy elephants. Cost is $5 per person for each activity.- .
Congo and Kamba, 29 and 31 years old respectively, are visiting Pensacola with
their owner, respected animal trainer Doug Terronova, for a live performance on the
newly completed Saenger Theater stage.
They will "star" as the spoils of war presented to the Egyptian. hero, Radames during
the Triumphal March in Act II of the play.
The Forest elephant is smaller thanits more commonly known relative, the Savanna
elephant, and has distinctively different features.
It stands at just eight feet tall, with straight, thin, pinkish-hued tusks, narrow faces
and rounded ears. .
Animal Encounters, the Dallas-based company that is providing Congo and Kamba,
has also loaned animal talent to the Nashville, Syracuse, Birmingham and Memphis
productions of Aida as well as the films, SpyKids. 2,' Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
and various other commercials, videos and television shows.
Giusseppe. Verdi's Aida will run May 1 and 3 at the Saenger; for more information
on the play or to purchase tickets please visit www.pensacolaopera.com/aida.html.
For more information on Kamba's and Congo's stay at The ZOO please visit
www.thezoonorthwestflorida.com or call Danyelle'Lantz 850.932.2229.


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Boo Boo Weekley, Heath
Slocum, Bubba Watson and the Panther Pride
Board would like to invite you to enter this
year's Milton TPC golf tournament, The tour-
nament will be held on April 25th and 26th at
two separate courses. The event will be a 3-
person scramble format and will include April |
25th festivities at Tanglewood Golf.and Coun-
try Club. Day two events will be held at Stone-
brook Golf Club. All proceeds from the tourna-
ment will go to enhance the Milton High
School. golf program. Last year a $10,000
scholarship was split between 3 deserving
senior golf team members at Milton High.
Entry fees are $600 per team or $200 per
person. This includes: tournament entry, prac-
tice rounds (1 at each course Tanglewood and
Stonebrook-cart fees only), tee gifts, Friday
social,' Saturday dinner, and on course bever-
ages. Must be 18 or older to enter. For more
information contact Murry Rutledge, Milton
High School 983-5600 or log onto
,www.miltontpc.com to download an entry
form.


April 18 Sophomore Board Pancake breakfast at Texas Road-
house from 8-10 a.m., Track Team Fundraiser Scratch Ankle 5k
- 7:30 a.m. registration
April 20 8th Grade Parent Orientation 6 p.m. in the auditorium
April 22-24 MHS Book Fair in Library
April 25 2nd Annual TPC Classic Golf Tournament at Tangle-
wood & Stonebrook, AACC Car Wash at Krystal's from 8 2,


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Main OfficeFax: 983-5610
[ e Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618
1bers A Attendance: 983-5608
:Att. Ans. Machine: 983-5658
4HS Band: 983-5611
Football: 983-5606
Chorus: 983-5613
M. Rutledge: 983-5616
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/mhs


SLADE TO RECEIVE FAFCS STATE TEACHER OF
THE YEAR AWARD AT MARCH CONFERENCE IN
SAVANNAH

(Savannah, GA. March 28, 2009) Anna-Frances Slade, Milton High
School retiree, of Santa Rosa County, Florida, will receive the presti-
gious Florida Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (FAFCS)
2009 State Teacher of the Year Award at the Annual Conference. This
year the Florida and Georgia affiliates of the American Association of
:Family & Consumer Sciences will convene in Savannah, Georgia
March 26-28. The Concepts of Evolving Technology: Impact on Indi-
viduals, Family and Communities will be addressed at the. conference.
In keeping with the conference theme, Anna-Frances is being honored for her work with a group of
students who have decided to help their community. Ms. Slade has taught in Santa Rosa County for
12 years. In the last two years, she has taught three students toknit after school, and after basic
knitting techniques were mastered the students, along with Ms. Slade, knitted lap robes, dignity
bags and chemo caps for Covenant Hospice. Pensacola ABC -TV affiliate station, Channel 3, fea-
tured this. group of knitters on their "Angels in our Midst" segment. The students' goal was to bring
comfort to others and to help others ahead of helping themselves.
Ms. Slade also was chairman of the Milton High School Integrated Services Team which provided
resources and assistance to students in need.
The mission of FAFCS is to provide leadership and support for professionals whose work assists in-
dividuals, families and communities in making informed decisions about their wellbeing, relation-
ships and resources to acheive optimal quality of life.
AAFCS was founded in 1909 as the American Home Economics Association. In 1994 the name of
the association was changed by a vote of senators representing all 50 states and Puerto Rico to the
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.


April 25 Free Athletic physical at Baptist Medical Park on 9-Mile Road.
Leave MHS at 9:30 a.m. Need 09-10 physical form filled out and
notarized. Transportation provided.


MHS DAY BARNES & NOBLE


MHS Day at Barnes and Noble this past Saturday was an awesome show-
case of our talented students and the dedicated faculty members working
with thp .
The day started at 11:00 with the Newspaper staff reading for story time,
hosting an egg hunt and leading in a craft. Thanks to Ms. Shippie for
being there with her students.
At 12:00 Ms. Hyman's AACC Step Team performed an exceptional rou-
tine! Their precision always amazes me.
In the meantime, Mrs. Kaniper and her Spanish club read at the Spanish
Story time and worked with those children to complete a craft. Several
people commented on how authentic their language skills were.
The day ended for us at 4:00 with the Jazz Band performance. This was
the second stop on their spring tour. As usually they were fantastic and
drew a large crowd. '
I also want to thank some faculty members that stopped in during the day.
Mrs. Briggs helped.me provide an MHS presence all afternoon. i All we
did basically was shop and enjoy the students, but I appreciate her willing-
ness to help with whatever might be needed. Mr. Moberly drove the band
bus and I appreciate him giving his time for this event. Mr. Jokela and
Mrs. McWilliams came by for the band concert to support their students.
Thank you all. If I. missed anyone, I apologize. Lisa Murphey


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rallies, and football games that Marche' will reflect upon as she ventures off to the real'
world.,

Marche's favorite subjects are Art, Spanish, and Keyboarding. She plans to combine her
strengths into a dream career: nursing. As a matter of fact, she has already begun preparing
for it by attending night classes and dual enrollment.

Marche' looks up to a very influential teacher, Mrs. Marsh, because she helps her make
good decisions that are right for her. She feels fortunate to have had several motivating and
positive teachers, as well as and great friends with whom she will forever remain close.

Throughout her years at the school, Marche' has been one of the school's biggest unoffi-
cial cheerleaders, but now is the time to cheer for her. Graduation is a huge accomplish-
ment, one that she has just about completed. Good luck, Marche, but not goodbye.
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Play a role in National Child Abuse Prevention Month


Written by Jewell Miller
April is National Child
Abuse Prevention Month.
This month and through-
out the year, the Family
Resource'Program of San-
ta Rosa, Inc. encourages
all individuals and orga-
nizations to play a role in
making Santa Rosa Coun-
ty a better place for fami-
lies. By ensuring that par-
ents have the knowledge,
skills, and resources they
need to card for their chil-
dren, we can help prevent
child abuse and neglect
by strengthening families
and communities.
Research shows that
five important factors are
'present in healthy fami-


Special to the Press Gazette
West Florida Baptist
Academy. alum Emily
Hammon has been initi-
ated into the honor soci-
eties Mortar Board and
Delta Epsilon Iota at Bay-
lor University in Waco,
Texas.
Miss Hammon's ,se-
lection is based .on her
proven excellence in aca-
demic scholarship, lead-
ership and community
service.
Not, only has Miss .
Hammon maintained ex-
emplary grades but she
continues to believe and
participate in volunteer
service. She currently
volunteers her time on
Baylor's Judicial Adviso-
ry Board as an advisor to
encourage ethical behav-
ior on campus.
She has volunteered
over 100 hours of service
at the USO and plans to
continue supporting this
organization's important
mission.
Miss Hammon will be


lies. Promoting these fac-
tors is among the most
effective ways to reduce
the risk of child abuse and
neglect. They are nur-,
turing and attachment,
knowledge of parenting
and of child and youth de-
velopment, parental resil-
ience, social connections,
and concrete support for
parents.
"April is a time to cel-
ebrate the important role
* that communities play
iin protecting children,"
said Jewell Miller, Board
Member of the Fam-
ily Resource Program.
"Everyone's participa-
tion is critical. Focusing
on ways to promote the
five protective factors,


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in every interaction with
families, is the best thing
our community can do to
strengthen families and
prevent child abuse and
neglect."
The mission of the
Family Resource Pro-
gram of Santa Rosa, Inc.
is to prevent child abuse
and neglect and promote
positive parenting, to pro-
vide services to at-risk
families that will reduce
parental stress and help
parents cope with diffi-
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Extension Faculty-Residen
Horticulture UF/IFAS Sa
Rosa County

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growing plants used to
er an area in the landsc
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nial, evergreen plants
'sprawling or spreading
its. They generally are 1
or shorter, but taller pl
are used occasionally.
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they provide, ground co
p1ave practical uses. '
can guide traffic mover
through a site. 'They 1
the ground tempera
and reduce glare. Some
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mer in problem areas such as s
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The services provided
by the Family Resource
Program include emer-
gencyfinancialassistance,
information and referral to
other community resourc-
es, clothing, food, diapers,
and household items. The
family Resource Program
is a United Way agency.
In order to prevent child
abuse and neglect, 2,685
low income adults and
children in Santa Rosa
County in 2008 received
financial assistance for
rent, utilities, water bills,
child care, transportation,
utility deposits, insur-
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Parents were referred to
community resources for
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most likely to experience
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theirr under your conditions and
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to keep them alive!
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can add great interest. And,
it's virtually maintenance
free.
Consider theheight
of the ground cover. Willyou
choose a six-inch ajuga or a
four-foot fern?
Before planting, al-
ways prepare the soil as you.
would for any other perma-
nent type of planting. Re-
member, ground covers are
capable of giving long last-
ing beauty and function, but.
their performance is only as
good as the effort one puts
into soil preparation.
Beware of ground
covers that state, "Easy,
rapid coverage in either sun,
shade, wet or dry."' They may
be horticultural nightmares
due to their aggressive na-
ture. If you need fast cover-
age, closer planting of better
behaved ground covers may
be the better answer.
Ground covers are
not the "bottom feeders"
of the landscape. They add
interest, and bring unity to
the garden making them
the unsung heroes among
the more horticulturally
prominent members of the
garden.
There are many ground


children killed are young-
er than 4.
Florida statistics show
that in 2006-07, there were
more than 206,000 reports
of child abuse or neglect
in the State. In 2006, 171
children in Florida died
as a result of abuse or ne-
glect. In 2007, there were
163 child deaths in Florida
due to abuse or neglect. In
Santa Rosa County, dur-
ing 2006-07, there were
1,340 children who were
verified as having been
abused or neglected.
By all citizens of Santa
Rosa County working to-
gether to prevent child'
abuse and neglect, we can
create a brighter tomor-
row.



landscape
covers to choose from for
North Florida growing con-
ditions. Some to consider
are ajuga, perennial pea-
nut, cast iron plant, holly
fern, autumn fern, English
ivy, shore juniper, creep-
ing juniper, liriope, mondo
grass and confederate jas-
mine. For more infornia-
tion on ground covers, visit
the Florida-Friendly Land-
scape website at http://www.
floridayards.org/index.php
or call your local Extension
Office.
Generally, ground covers
are established in two years,
although some require
slightly more or less time.
During this period, a regular
program of irrigation, fertil-
ization and weed control in-
sures strong, rapid growth.
Mulch aids water retention
in new plantings and helps
the spread of ground covers
that root along their stems.
Once established, many
ground covers need only an
occasional trimming to keep
them tidy and within their
designated area.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use of
trade names, if used in
this article, is solely for' the
purpose of providing spe-
cific information. It is not
a guarantee, warranty, or
endorsement of the product
name(s) and does not signi-
fy that they are approved to
the exclusion of others.
For additional informa-
tion about all of the county
extension services and oth-
er articles of interest go to:
http://santarosa.ifas.ufl.edu.


Congratulations are in order for Emma Fleming,
BSN. She is a member of the graduating class
of 2009 at the University of West Florida.




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State of Georgia drops DUI
charge against Billy Ballew
Georgia officials. have' Spahos noted in the dis-
dropped DUI charges against missal notice that, the officer
NASCAR Truck Series team at the credential check made
owner Billy Ballew stemming no reference to smelling alco-
from his arrest, at Atlanta hol or seeing any evidence
Motor Speedway on March 4. Ballew was impaired.
HenrN County Solicitor He acknowledged he had a
General Charles A Spahos mLn\ed dnnk with him in the
filed an administrative dis- car w hen arrested b\ a Henry
missal of the charges Monday Count. sheriffs department
in State Court. He says a jury sergeant. He said he refused
Should have had a hard time to take a breathalyzer test
convicting Ballew based on "I am 100 percent sure that
the facts in the case. it will be dropped," Ballew
'A Henry County Sheriffs told the paper. "it \%as only
sergeant arrested Ballew; who one drink. I was not drunk. I
owns a condo at the track, was on Atlanta Motor
after Ballew vas stopped at a SpeedwaN property I was not
credential checkpoint. on the highway."
Authorities sa\ Ballew had a Ballew, a native .of
beer can in the car and refused Blairsville, Ga., owns a condo
to take a field sobriety test. on the AN\MS property.

Ventrilo to sponsor the Onion's truck
Germain Racinig has laments and multiplayer
added at least three races to games, .has announced its
its 2009 program w ith for-.: primary sponsorship of the
mer Truck Series champion No. 30 Toyota for upcoming
Todd Bodine, which has events at Kansas, Bristol and
been on the verge of shutting Gateway.
down virtually since the Crew chief Mike Hillman
beginning of the season due Jr. is anxious to get to
to. lack of sponsorship. Kansas and. show Flagship
Ventrilo, a product of Industries how. much fun it
Flagship Industries and a is to be a part of a top-
group voice communica- .ranked, highly competitive
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Place Owner
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34 Robby Gordon
35 Joe Gibbs
36 Kevin Buckler
37 Chip Ganassi
38 Detrich Mateschiltz


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Owner: Joe Gibbs
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Points out of 34th: 21
Points ahead of 36th: 23


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David Gilliland
Aric Almirola
Scott Speed


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Jimmie Johnson looks to

make it 4-in-a-row at PIR
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Jimmie Johnson, the three-time and defending Sprint Cup
Champion, will go for four-in-a-row at Phoenix International
Raceway tonight.
The last driver to win four consecutive races at a given
track: Johnson, himself. He won four straight at Lowe's Motor
Speedway from 2004-2005.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup 1ieries record for consecutive
wins at a track is seven, co-held by Richard Petty (Richmond,
1970-73) and Darrell Waltrip (Bristol, 1981-84).
Coincidentally, Phoenix is a track with a history of sus-
tained success. Five drivers liave posted multiple victories at
Phoenix each time in, consecutive races: Davey Allison
(1991-92), Jeff Burton (2000-01), Dale Eamhardt Jr. (2003-
04), Kevin Harvick (both 2006) and Johnson (2007-08). '
Likewise, single-race dominance has happened more than
once, at Phoenix. Since the inception of Loop Data in 2005,
two drivers have scored a perfect Driver Rating of 150.0 at
Phoenix. In 2005, Kurt Busch posted the very first 150.0 lead-
ing 219 of 312 laps in his only Phoenix win. In 2006, Kevin
Harvick completed the season sweep of Phoenix, leading 252
laps.to score a perfect Driver Rating. Potono Raceway is the
only other track where two perfect Driver Ratings have been
recorded (both by Kurt Busch, 2005 and '07).
Johnson is not on the perfect Driver Rating list at Phoenix,
though he has come close. In his November win last season,
Johnson posted a near-perfect Driver Rating of 149.9, leading
217 laps of the 313'laps and iall. ing 66 Fastest Laps Run.Of
course there is no word on Andretti's future Sprint Cup plans
after this week's announcement of him running the Indy 500
with the help ofRichard Perrt Motorsports
Sources say a number of employees have been let .go and
,the number could soon grow to between -10 and 50.
Almirola has na average finish of 32.9 so far this season
and has not finished better than 21st in seven races and no bet-
ter than 33rd in the last three.
As further information is released about the closing, offi-
cials are denying that Truex has a free-agent clause in his con-
tract.
In other racing news: The No. 51 BlackJack Racing Dodge
is expected to return next week in Phoenix. The team moved
its operations back to WVestb\, Wise after they failed to make
,the first three Spnnt Cup races of the season.
Despite the rumors, it looks as if the No. 71 TRO
MXotorsports dn1 en by David Gilliland will also be in Phoenix'
next week


Three-time defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series cham-
pion Jimmie Johnson celebrates winning the 2008 edi-
tion of the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix
International Raceway, Johnson goes for four consecu-
tive victories at the track this Saturday night at 7:44
p.m.,0on FOX.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION
CASE NO:
57-2008-CA-001896
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC.,
'PLAINTIFF,
VS.
TRAVIS BROWN, ET
AL.,
DEFENDANTSS.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE
SERVICE
TO: JOHN RIGHT
A/K/A JOHNNY AL-
LEN BRIGHT; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOHN RIGHT A/K/A
JOHNNY AI LEN
BRIGHT
whose residence is un-
known if he/she/they
be living; and if
he/she/they be dead,
the unknown, defend-
ants who may be
spouses, heirs, devi-
sees, grantees, assign-
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:
BEING A PORTION
OF LOT 13, BLOCK
47, NAVARRE, BEACH
RESIDENTIAL SEC-
TION 1, A SUBDIVI-
SION ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE 91 OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF ESCAMBIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND ALSO RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK F, PAGE 44 OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
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NER OF LOT 13, THENCE SOUTH-
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BEACH SUBDIVISION, SAID CURVE AN ARC
AS RECORDED IN DISTANCE OF 48.363
PLAT BOOK 5, AT FEET (CHORD=48.33
PAGE 91. OF THE FEET, CHORD BEAR-
PUBLIC RECORDS ING=SOUTH 80 02'
OF ESCAMBIA 59" WEST) TO THE
COUNTY, FLORIDA: POINT OF BEGINN-
THENCE NORTH 10 ING.
18' 01" WEST ALONG
THE WEST LINE OF SUBJECT TO THE
SAID LOT FOR 94.62 FOLLOWING THREE
FEET; THENCE NON-EXCLUSIVE IN-
NORTH 80* 04' 33" GRESS, EGRESS, AC-
EST FOR 79.85 FEET; CESS, UTILITY, USE
THENCE SOUTH 10 AND ENJOYMENT
18' 01" EAST FOR EASEMENTS THAT
94.62 FEET TO THE ARE APPURTENANT
NORTH RIGHT OF TO THE AMENDED
WAY OF GULF AND RESTATED
BOULEVARD (120' LEASE OF EVEN
R/W), SAID POINT DATE HEREWITH,
BEING ON A CURVE COVERING PROP-
CONCAVE TO THE ERTY KNOWN AS
NORTHWEST, HAV- LOT 13, BLOCK 47,
ING A RADIOS OF NAVARRE BEACH
17,106.80 FEET AND SUBDIVISION, LEES
A CENTRAL ANGLE AND EXCEPT THE
OF 00 06' 17"; EASTERLY 10 FEET
THENCE SOUTH- THEREOF TO WIT:
EASTERLY ALONG
SAID CURVE AN ARC (1) A 10 FOOT WIDE
DISTANCE OF 31.23 NON-EXCLUSIVE IN-
FEET. (CHORD=31.23 GRESS, EGRESS, AC-
FEET,, CHORD BEAR- CESS AND UTILITY
ING =SOUTH 80 06' EASEMENT OVER
59" WEST) TO A AND ALONG THE
POINT OF REVERSE EASTERLY 10 FEET
CURVATURE OF A OF LOT 13, BLOCK
CURVE TO THE 47, NAVARRE BEACH
SOUTHEAST HAVING SUBDIVISION, AS RE-
A RADIUS OF CORDED IN PLAT
17,270.80 FEET AND BOOK 5, AT PAGE 91
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF THE PUBLIC REC-


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ORDS OF ESCAMBIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BUT WHICH PROP-
ERTY IS NOW LO-
CATED IN SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, THIS EASE-
MENT HAS 10. FEET
OF FRONTAGE 'ON
GULF BOULEVARD,
AND EXTENDS AP-
PROXIMATELY 125
FEET ALONG AND TO
THE WEST OF THE
DIVIDING LINE BE-
TWEEN LOTS 13 AND
14 OF SAID NAVARRE
BEACH SUBDIVISION
AND EXTENDING
NORTHERLY TO THE
SOUTHERLY LINE OF
LOT 10, BLOCK 47 OF
SAID NAVARRE
BEACH SUBDIVISION.
(2) A 3 FEET WIDE
NON-EXCLUSIVE IN-
GRESS, EGRESS, AC-
CESS AND UTILITY
EASEMENT OVER
AND ALONG THE'
EASTERLY 3 FEET OF,
THAT PORTION OF
LOT 10, BLOCK 47,
NAVARRE BEACH
SUBDIVISION, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, AT PAGE 91
OF THE PUBUC REC-
ORDS OF ESCAMBIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
WHICH LIES SOUTH-
ERLY OF THE EXIST-
ING CANAL. THE
PROPERTY IS NOW
LOCATED IN SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, THE EASE-
MENT EXTENDS
ALONG AND TO THE
WEST OF THE DIVID-
ING LINE BETWEEN
LOTS 9 AND 10 OF
BLOCK 47 OF SAID
NAVARRE BEACH
SUBDIVISION, AND
EXTENDS FROM THE
SOUTHERLY LINE OF
SAID LOT 10 NORTH-
ERLY FOR APPROXI-
MATELY 100 FEET TO
THE WATERS EDGES'
OF THE EXISTING
CANAL.
(3) A 5 FOOT WIDE,
INGRESS, EGRESS,
ACCESS, 'UTILITY,
USE AND ENJOY-
MENT EASEMENT 40
FEET IN LENGTH AND
ABUTTING THE
EXISTING CANAL,
AND WHICH LIES
SOUTHERLY OF THE
EXISTING CANAL,
AND WITH SAID
EASEMENT PROP-
ERTY BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS THE
NORTHERLY 5 FEET
OF THE EASTERLY 40
FEET OF THAT POR-
TION OF. -LOT 10,'
BLOCK 47, NAVARRE
BEACH SUBDIVISION,
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 5, AT
PAGE 91 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF ESCAMBIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
THAT LIES SOUTH-
ERLY OF AND THAT
ABUTS THE EXISTING
CANAL, THE PROP-
ERTY IS NOW LO-
CATED IN SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA. ,
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of. your" 'written' de-
fenses, if any, to it on
D DAVID 'Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 900
South Pine Island Road
#400, Plantation, FL
33324-3920 on or be-
fore May 20, 2009,. (no
later than 30 days from
the date of the first.
publication.'of this no-
tice of act) ard file the
original with the clerk of
this' court either before
, service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately
inereaher otherwise a
delauimi wl be entered
against you. for the re-
lief demanded in the
complaint or petition
filed herein.
WITNESS. my hand and
the seal of this Court at
SANTA ROSA County,
Florida, this 1 day of
April, 2009.
MARY M. JOHNSON
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Brandy Norris
DEPUTY CLERK
LAW OFFICES OF DA-
VID J. STERN
ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF
900 SOUTH PINE IS-
LAND ROAD SUITE
400 Q
PLANTATION, FL
33324-3920 -
08-06387 (CWF)(FM)
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE. AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILI-
STIES ACT, persons with
disabilities, needing a
special accommoda-
tion should contact
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at the SANTA
ROSA County Court-
house at ,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
041109
041809



Legal 4/480
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
'FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDIC-
TION DIVISION
CASE NO:
08001889CA
DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COM-


PANY, AS TRUSTEE
UNDER THE POOLING
-AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT RELAT-
ING TO IMPAC SE-
CURED ASSETS
CORR,. MORTGAGE
PASS-THROUGH CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES
2006-3,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
ROGER S. GOLDEN
A/K/A ROGER SEAN
GOLDEN, ET AL.,


DEFENDANT(S). and best bidder for GAN RIDGE A SUBDI- Legal 4/487 33309 on or before in the above-styled Description
cash at North Front VISION OF A POR- Plaintiff, May 20, 2009, a date case, I will sell the
NOTICE OF ACTION Steps of the Court- TION OF SECTION 13 vs. IN THE CIRCUIT which is within thirty property situated in COMMENCE AT A
COST ACTIVE house of the SANTA TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH COURT OF THE 1st (30) days after the first Santa Rosa County, NAIL AND DISK -AT
SERVICE/' ROSA County Court- RANGE 29 WEST JOSEPH E. BOWLES, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT publication of this No- Florida, on May 20, THE NORTHEAST
house, 6865 Caroline SANTA ROSA III, et ux., et al., OF FLORIDA, IN AND tice in the (THE PRESS 2009, at 11:00 a.m., CORNER OF SECTION
TO: ROGER S Street, Milton, Florida, COUNTY FLORIDA, Defendant(s).. FOR SANTA ROSA GAZETTE IN MILTON) Central Standard Time, 18, TOWNSHIP 1
GOLDEN A/K/A at 11 a.m. on-the 5 day ACCORDING TO COUNTY and file the original with at the Santa Rosa NORTH, RANGE 29
ROGER SEAN of May, 2009 the fol- PLAT RECORDED IN NOTICE OF SALE Case #: the Clerk of this Court County Courthouse, WEST, SANTA ROSA,
GOLDEN; UNKNOWN lowing described prop- PLAT BOOK F, AT 2008-CA-000501 either before service on outside on the front COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SPOUSE OF ROGER erty as set forth in said PAGE 83, OF THE NOTICE IS HEREBY Division #: A Plaintiff's attorney or steps, 6865 S.W. Caro- THENCE RUN SOUTH
*S. GOLDEN A/K/A Summary Final Judg- PUBLIC RECORDS GIVEN pursuant to the immediately thereafter; line Street, Milton, Flor- 03 00' 00" EAST
ROGER SEAN ment, to-wit: OF SAID COUNTY Final Judgment en- UNC: otherwise a default will ida 32570. ALONG THE EAST
GOLDEN LOT 11, BLOCK D, \ tered in this case now be entered against you Any person claiming an LINE OF SAID SEC-
whose residence is un- PALMETTO LAKE has been filed against pending in said Court, Deutsche Bank Na- for the relief demanded interest in the surplus TION 18, A DISTANCE
known if he/she/they PRESERVE, AC- you and you are re- the style of which is in- tional Trust Company, in the complaint, from the sale, if. any, OF 1586.66 FEET;
be living; and if CORDING TO THE quired to serve a copy dicated above. as Trustee for Long other than the property THENCE RUN NORTH
he/she/they be dead, PLAT THEREOF AS of your. written de- I will sell to the highest Beach Mortgage Loan If you are a person with owner as of the date of 85 15' 56" WEST A
the unknown defend- RECORDED IN PLAT fenses within 30 days and best bidder for Trust 2005-3 a Disabilities who need the Lis Pendens on DISTANCE OF 34.30
ants, who may' be BOOK 9, PAGE(S) after the first publica- cash at the Santa Rosa any accommodation in Cross-Claim, must file FEET TO A
spouses, heirs, devi- 75-78, OF THE PUB- tion, if any, on Florida County Courthouse, Plaintiff, order to participate in a claim within sixty (60) THREE-QUARTER (3/4)
sees, grantees, assign- LIC RECORDS OF Default Law Group, 6865 Caroline Street, I this proceeding you are days after the sale. The INCH IN DIAMETER
ees, lienors, creditors, SANTA ROSA RL., Plaintiffs attorney, Milton, Florida 32570, -vs.- entitled at no cost to legal description of the CRIMPED METAL PIPE
trustees, and all parties COUNTY, FLORIDA, whose address is 9119 'on the 28 day of May, Michael A. Gifford and you to the provisions of property being sold is AT AN INTERSECTION
claiming an interest by, TOGETHER .WITH Corporate Lake, Drive, 2009, at 11:00 a.m., the Sylvia Gifford, Husband certain assistant please described as: WITH THE SOUTH-
through, under or BOAT SLIP #11 Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- following described and Wife; Holley By contact Susan land at ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
against the Defendants, ida 33634, and file the property as set forth in The Sea Improvement 6865 Caroline Street THE FOLLOWING LINE OF A GAS EASE-
who are not known to Any person claiming an original with this Court said Order or Final Association, Inc.; Milton, FL 32570, REAL PROPERTY SIT- MENT (50' R/W) AND A
be dead or alive, and interest in the surplus either before service on Judgment, to-wit: Defendant(s). 850-983-1012 within 2 UATE IN COUNTY OF POINT IN A CURVE ON
all parties having or from the sale: if any, Plaintiff's attorney or working days of this re- SANTA ROSA AND THE WESTERLY
claiming to have any other than the prooertv immediately thereafter; THE N 88.5' OF LOT 1, AMENDED NOTICE ceipt of this document. STATE OF FLORIDA, RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
right, title or interest in owner as of the date of otherwise a default Will BLOCK 3, LOTS 2 OF SALE If you are 'hearing or DESCRIBED AS FOL- OF FLORIDA STATE
the property described the lies endens. must be entered against you AND 6, BLOCK 3, Voice impaired call LOWS: ROAD NO. 197A (100'
in the mortgage being file a claim within 60. for the relief demanded DAVIDSON'S SUBDI- NOTICE IS HEREBY 1-800-955-8771. R/W), ALSO KNOWN
foreclosed herein. days after the sale in the Complaint or pe- VISION, ACCOORDING GIVEN pursuant to an COMMENCE AT THE AS WOODBINE ROAD,
tition. TO THE PLAT RE- Order rescheduling WITNESS my hand and SOUTHWEST COR- BEING ALSO THE
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- Dated this 2 day of This notice shall be CORDED IN .'PLAT foreclosure sale dated the seal of this Court NER OF SECTION 36, POINT OF BEGINN-
TIFIED that an auction April, 2009. published once 'each BOOK A, PAGE 41, March 30, 2009 entered this 1 day of April, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, ING; THENCE RUN
to foreclose a mort- week for two consecu- OF THE PUBLIC REC- in Civil Case No. 2009. RANGE 29 WEST, SOUTHEASTERLY
gage on the following Mary M. Johnson tive (weeks in thePress ORDS OF SANTA 2008-CA-000501 of the SANTA ROSA ALONG THE ARC OF A
property: Clerk of thq Circuit Gazette, ROSA COUNTY, Circuit Court of the 1st Mary M. Johnson COUNTY, ; FLORIDA; CURVE TO THE LEFT
Court FLORIDA. Judicial Circuit in and As Clerk of the Court THENCE GO NORTH A. DISTANCE OF
LOT 5, BLOCK A, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL WITNESS my hand and for Santa Rosa County, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 01037'30" EAST ALONG 280.88. FEET TO A
GRAND NAVARRE, By: J. Watkins the seal of this Court ANY PERSON CLAIM- Florida, wherein Deut- By Brandy Norris THE WEST LINE OF POINT ON THE
ACCORDING TO THE Deputy Clerk on this 2 day of April, ING AN INTEREST IN sche Bank National As Deputy Clerk SECTION 36 A DIS- N O R T H E R LY
PLAT THEREOF, AS 2009. THE SURPLUS FROM Trust Company, as TANCE OF 1366.97 RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
RECORDED IN PLAT IN. ACCORDANCE THE SALE, IF ANY, Trustee for Long Beach 041109 FEET; THENCE DE- OF WILLIAMSWOOD
BOOK F, PAGE 52, OF WITH THE' AMERI- Mary M. Johnson OTHER THAN THE Mortgage Loan Trust -041809 PARTING SAID WEST DRIVE (A.K.A, PEARL
THE PUBLIC REC- CANS WITH DISABIU- Clerk of the Court PROPERTY OWNER 2005-3, Plaintiff and Mi- 4/488 LINE GO SOUTH RIDGE ROAD), BEING
ORDS OF SANTA TIES ACT, persons with CIRCUIT COURT SEAL AS OF THE DATE OF chael A. Gifford and 88058'59" EAST ALONG ALSO THE NORTH-
ROSA 'COUNTY, disabilities needing a By: Brandy Norris THE LIS PENDENS Sylvia Gifford, Husband Legal 4/489 THE SOUTH LINE OF ERLY RIGHT-QF-WAY
FLORIDA. special accommoda- As Deputy Clerk MUST FILE A CLAIM and Wife are defend- THE NORTHWEST LINE OF A GULF
tion should contact ` WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- ant(s), I will sell to the IN THE CIRCUIT QUARTER OF THE POWER EASEMENT,
AS MORE PARTICU- COURT ADMINISTRA, 041109 TER THE SALE. highest and best bid- COURT OF THE 1ST SOUTHWEST QUAR- SAID CURVE HAVING
LARLY- DESCRIBED' TION, at 'the SANTA 041809 der for cash, AT THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN TER OF SAID SEC- A RADIUS OF 1960.08
IN THAT CERTAIN ROSA County Court- 4/483 ORDERED AT SANTA" NORTH FRONT DOOR AND FOR SANTA TION 36 (PER A-SUR- FEET, A CENTRAL AN-
ASSIGNMENT / OF house' at .NONE __ ROSA COUNTY, OF THE SANTA ROSA ROSA COUNTY, VEY BY PANHANDLE GLE OF 080 12' 38", A
LEASE RECORDED IN 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) Legal 4/484 FLORIDA, this 2 day of COUNTY COURT- FLORIDA LAND SURVEYING CHORD BEARING OF
OFFICIAL RECORDS or 1-800-955-8770, via April, 2009. HOUSE LOCATED AT CIVIL DIVISION COMPANY DATED SOUTH 140 16' 42"
BOOK 438, PAGE 180, Florida Relay Service., IN THE CIRCUIT 6865 CAROLINE CASE NO.: 6-15-87) A DISTANCE EAST, A CHORD OF
PUBLIC RECORDS COURT OF THE As Clerk, Circuit Court STREET, MILTON, 57-2009-CA-000264 OF 274.54 FEET TO 280.64 FEET; THENCE
OF ESCAMBIA 041109 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SANTA ROSA, Florida FLORIDA AT 11:00 THE POINT OF BEGIN- DEPART SAID WEST-
COUNTY, ;FLORIDA 041809 CUlT. IN AND FOR CIRCUIT COURT SEAL A.M. CENTRAL INDYMAC BANK, FSB, NING; THENCE CON- ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
AND OFFICIAL REC- 4/481 SANTA ROSA By: Brandy Norris STANDARD TIME, May Plaintiff,' TINUE SOUTH NORTH 79 00' 19"
ORDS BOOK 1370, ." COUNTY, FLORIDA As Deputy Clerk 20, the following de- vs. 8858'59" EAST ALONG WEST ALONG SAID
PAGE 7, OF THE PUB- Legal 4/482 CIVILACTION scribed property as set BARBARA DIXON SAID SOUTH LINE A N O R T H E R L Y
LIC RECORDS 'OF CASE, NO.: 041109 forth in said Final Judg- A/K/A BARBARA ANNE DISTANCE OF 626.18 RIGHT-OF-WAY, A DIS-
SANTA ROSA IN THE CIRCUIT 57-2009-CA-000454 041809 ment, to-wit: (BAIRD) DIXON F/K/A FEET; THENCE DE- TANCE OF 218.34
COUNTY, FLORIDA. COURT OF THE DIVISION: B 4/485 BARBARA ANNE PARTING SAID SOUTH FEET; THENCE RUN
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- LOT 23, BLOCK 255, BAIRD A/K/A BARBARA LINE GO NORTH NORTH 220 34' 49"
has been filed against CUIT IN AND FOR WELLS FARGO Legal 4/486 HOLLEY BY THE SEA, A. BAIRD, et al, 01036'35" EAST A DIS- WEST A DISTANCE OF
you and you are re- SANTA ROSA .BANK, NA SUCCES- BEING A PORTION OF Defendants. TANCE OF: 208.71 271.83 FEET TO SAID
quired to serve a copy COUNTY, FLORIDA SOR BY MERGER TO IN THE CIRCUIT SECTION 18, TOWN-' FEET; THENCE GO S 0 U T H E R L Y
of your written de- Case No: WELLS FARGO HOME COURT OF THE 1ST SHIP 2- SOUTH, NOTICE OF ACTION SOUTH 8858'59" EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY OF A
fenses, if any, to it on 08-1101-CA01-ORP-A MORTGAGE, INC.' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN RANGE 27 WEST, A DISTANCE' OF GAS EASEMENT;
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ. F/K/A 'NORWEST AND FOR SANTA SANTA ROSA TO: 417.42 FEET TO THE. THENCE RUN SOUTH
Plaintiff's -attorney, MELVIN R. MORTGAGE, INC, ROSA COUNTY COUNTY, FLORIDA, UNKNOWN SPOUSE. APPARENT WEST- 85 15' 56" EAST
whose. address is 900 KOGELMAN, Plaintiff, FLORIDA ACCORDING TO PLAT OF MICHAEL D. ERLY-RIGHT OF WAY ALONG SAID SOUTH-
South Pine Island Road Plaintiff CIVIL DIVISION RECORDED IN .PLAT BAIRD LINE OF BAKER ROAD ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
#400 Plantation, FL ' vs. CASE NO.: BOOK B, AT PAGE Last Known Address: (R/W UNDETER- A DISTANCE OF
33324-3920 on or be- v. 07000525CA 155, OF-THE PUBLIC 8809 Arlington : Place, MINED); THENCE GO 250.35 FEET TO THE
fore May 11, 2009, (no PAMELAA. DIEHL, THOMAS M. SELLERS RECORDS OF SAID Navarre, FL 32566 NORTH 01036'35" EAST POINT OF /BEGINN-
later than 30 days from Defendant. etal, WACHOVIA BANK, COUNTY Also Attempted At: 604 ALONG SAID R/W LINE ING.
the date of the '.first Defenidant(s). N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR Spencer Dr., Fort. Wal- A DISTANCE OF -
publication of this no- NOTICE OF SALE CHASE 2003-6, ANY PERSON CLAIM- ton Beach, FL 32547 208.71 FEET; THENCE SCHEDULE,"B".
twice of action) and file NOTICE OF ACTION ING AN INTEREST IN Current Residence Un- DEPARTING SAID R/W
the original with the NOTICE IS HEREBY Plaintiff, THE SURPLUS FROM known LINE "GO NORTH Description
clerk of this court either given that the under- TO: THOMAS M. SEL- THE SALE, IF ANY, 88058"59" WEST A DIS-
before service on signed, Mary M. John- LERS vs. OTHER THAN THE YOU ARE. NOTIFIED TANCE OF 1043.60 PORTIONN OF A PAR-
Plaintiff's attorney or son, Clerk of the Circuit LAST KNOWN. AD- PROPERTY. OWNER that an action for' Fore- FEET; THENCE GO CEL OF LAND SHOWN
,immediately thereafter; Court of Sant-a Rosa DRESS: '7258 Grimms .JOHN M. KIMBRO, AS OF THE DATE OF .closure of Mortgage on SOUTH 0136'35" AS "NOT INCLUDED"
otherwise' a default will County, Florida, will on Landing, SR.; CITIFINANCIAL THE LIS PENDENS the following described 'WEST A DISTANCE OF ON THE PLAT OF
be entered against you the 28th day of May, NAVARRE; FL 32566 SERVICES, INC. F/K/A MUST FILE A CLAIM property. 417.42 FEET TO THE HUNTERS RIDGE AS
for the relief demanded 2009, at 11:00 a.m.' CITIFINANCIAL. EQ- WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- POINT OF BEGINN- RECORDED IN. PLAT
in the complaint or peti- during the legal hours CURRENT ADDRESS: UITY SERVICES, 4NC.; TER.THESALE. ,LOT 30, BLOCK 2, ING. BOOK "F" AT PAGE 28
tion filed herein. .of sale at the North UNKNOWN UNKNOWN SPOUSE TURKEY CREEK ES- : OF THE'PUBLIC REC-
front door of the Santa OF JOHN M. KIMBRO, DATED at MILTON, STATES, ACCORDING DATED-this 31 day of ORDS OF SANTA
WITNESS my hand and Rosa County Court- ANY AND ALL UN- SR.; JOHN DOE; JANE Florida, this 31 day of TO PLAT THEREOF March, 2009. ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
the seal of.this Court at 'house in Milton, Florida KNOWN PARTIES ,DOE AS uIIKrIOWJN March, 2009. RECORDED IN PLAT IDA; MORE PARTICU-
SANTA ROSA County, offer for sale and sell at CLAIMING BY, TENANT (S) IN POS. BOOK "D", PAGE 9, MARY M. JOHNSON LARLY DESCRIBED AS
Florida, this 31 day of public outcry to the THROUGH, UNDER, SESSION OF THE MARY M. JOHNSON OF THE,.PUBLIC' REC- CLERK OF' THE FOLLOWS: BEGINN-
March, 2009. highest' and, best bid- AND AGAINST THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, CLERK OF THE CIR- ORDS OF SANTA COURT ING AT THE NORTH-
der for cash the follow- HEREIN NAMED INDI- Defendants. CUIT COURT ROSA COUNTY, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL EAST CORNER OF
MARY M. JOHNSON ing 'described property, VIDUAL 'DEFEND- Santa Rosa County, FLORIDA. By: Brandy Norr,. LOT 1, BLOCK B OF
CLERK OFP -THE CIR- in Santa Rosa ,County, 'ANT(S) WHO ARE RE-NOTICE OF FORE- Florida Deputy Clerk SAID HUNTERS
CUIT COURT Florida, to-wit: NOT KNOWN TO BE CLOSURE SALE CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Has been filed against . RIDGE, SAID POINT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL DEAD OR. ALIVE, 'By: Brandy Norris you and you are re- NOTICE. TO PER- BEING ON THE
BY: J. Watkins LOT 88, BLOCK B, WHETHER SAID UN- NOTICE IS HEREBY Deputy Clerk ; quired to serve a copy SONS WITH DISABILI- SOUTHERLY 'RIGHT
DEPUTY CLERK CONDOR ESTATES, A KNOWN PARTIES GIVEN pursuant to a of your. written de- TIES OF WAY OF WILLARD
SUBDIVISION AC- MAY CLAIM AN IN- Motion and Order Re- ATTORNEY FOR fenses, if any, to it, on NORRIS ROAD, ALSO
LAW OFFICES OF DA- CORDING TO PLAT TEREST AS .SPOUSE, setting Foreclosure PLAINTIFF: .Marshall C. Watson, In accordance with the KNOWN AS STATE
VID J. STERN THEREOF RECORDED HEIRS, -DEVISEES, Sale Date dated the 30 SHAPIRO & FISHMAN'RPA., Attorney of Plain- Americans with Disabil- ROAD 191 (100 FOOT
'ATTORNEY FOR IN ,PLAT BOOK D, GRANTEES,.' OR day of March, 2009, LLP '. ..tiff, whose address is cities Act, persons need- RIGHT :OF WAY);
PLAINTIFF PAGE 48 OF THE:PUB- OTHER CLAIMANTS and entered in .Case 10004 N. Dale Mabry 1800 NW 49TH ing. a special accom- THENCE., GO SOUTH
900 SOUTH PINE IS- UC' RECORDS' OF No. 07000525CA, of Highway, Suite 112 STREET, SUITE 120, modation. to participate 570 16' 48" EAST
LAND ROAD SUITE SANTA ROSA LAST KNOWN AD- the Circuit Court of'the Tampa, FL33618 FT. LAUDERDALE FL in this proceedingALONG SAID RIGHT
400 ' COUNTY FLORIDA. DRESS: UNKNOWN 1ST Judicial Circuit in (813) 880-8888 33309 on or before should contact the ADA OF WAY A DISTANCE
PLANTATION, FL and for Santa Rosa' May 20, 2009, a date Coordinator,' at (850) OF 124.46 FEET;
33324-3920 Pursuant to the Order CURRENT ADDRESS: County, Florida,' 041109 which is .within thirty 981-5570, or at 6865 THENCE DEPARTING
08 05255 CMAP Authorizing Public Sale UNKNOWN wherein WACHOVIA 041809 (30) days after the first Caroline Street, Milton, SAID RIGHT OF WAY
IN ACCORDAINCE of Real Property enr- BANK, N.A. AS TRUS- 4/Z87 publication of this No- Florida. For the Florida GO SOUTH 32' 43' 12"
WITH ,THE AMERI- tered in the above YOU ARE NOTIFIED TEE FOR CHASE tice in the (THE PRESS Relay .' Service: WEST A DISTANCE OF
CANS WITH DISABILI- styled cause. that an action, to fore- 2003-6 is the Plaintiff GAZETTE IN MILTON) 1-800-955-8770, no 175.00 FEET TO A
'TIES ACT, persons with Dated this the 2 day of close a mortgage on and JOHN M. KIMBRO, L 4/488 and file the original with later than .seven (7) POINT ON THE
disabilities needing a April, 2009. the following property.SR.; CITIFINANCIAL Legalthe Clerk of this Court .prior to the proceeding. NORTH LINE OF LOT
special accommoda- in SANTA ROSA SERVICES, INC. F/K/A IN 'THE CIRCUIT 'either before service on, 8,' BLOCK B, OF
tion should contact MARY M. JOHNSON, County, Florida: CITIFINANCIAL EQ- COURT OF THE 1ST Plaintiff's attorney or, 041109 AFORESAID HUNTERS
COURT ADMINISTRA- Clerk of Circuit Court UITY SERVICES, INC.; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN immediately thereafter; 04W809 RIDGE; THENCE GO
TION, at the SANTA CIRCUIT COURT SEAL LOT 49, HIDDEN BAY UNKNOWN SPOUSE AND FOR SANTA Otherwise a default will 4/491 NORTH 57' 16' 48"
ROSA County Court- Brandy Norris VILLAGE, A PLANNED OF JOHN M. KIMBRO, ROSA COUR SANT be entered against you WEST ALONG SAID
house at 850-983-1987, By: Deputy Clerk UNIT DEVELOPMENT, SR.; JOHN DOE; JANE FLORIDA for the relief, demanded NORTHLINE A
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) BEING. A PORTION DOE AS UNKNOWN CIVIL DIVISION in the complaint. DISTANCE OF 124.46
or 1-800-8770, via Flor- 041109 OF SECTIONS 2 AND TENANT (S) IN POS- CALDIVISION NO Legal 4/492 FEET TO THE SOUTH-
ida Relay Service. '041809 11, TOWNSHIP 2 SESSION' OF THE If you are a person with EAST CORNER OF
,SOUTH, RANGE 27 SUBJECT PROPERTY 57-2009-CA-000297 a Disabilities who need IN THE CIRCUIT AFORESAID LOT 1,
041109 WEST, SANTA ROSA are defendants. I will NEw sOUTH FSB, any accommodation in COURT OF THE BLOCK B; THENCE
041809 Legal 4/483 COUNTY, FLORIDA, sell to the highest and Plaintiff B, order to participate in FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- GO NORTH 32043' 12"
4L40 ACCORDING TO THE best bidder for cash at Plaintff, this proceeding you are CUlT, IN AND.. FOR EAST ALONG THE
IN THE CIRCUIT PLAT RECORDED IN the NORTH FRONT DAVID MCLENDON, et entitled at no cost to SANTA ROSA EAST LINE OF AFORE-
COURT OF THE PLAT BOOK F, PAGE STEPS OF COURT- CLENDN, t you to the provisions of COUNTY, FLORIDA SAID LOT 1 A DIS-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 90, OF THE PUBLIC HOUSE at the Santa al, certain assistant please CASE NO.: TANCE OF 175.00
Legal.4/481 CUlT IN AND FOR RECORDS OF SAID Rosa County Court- Defendants contact Susan Land at 57-2008-CA-001783- FEET TO THE POINT
IN THE CIRCUIT SANTA ROSA COUNTY. house, in MILTON, NOTICE OF ACTION 6865 Caroline Street CA-XXXX OFBEGINNING.
COURT OF THE 1ST COUNTY FLORIDA Florida, at 11:00,a.mn. Milton, FL 32570,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN CIVILACTION 'has been filed against on the 5 day of May, TO:' 850-983-1012 within 2 MADISON REALTY Dated this 3 day of
AND FOR SANTA CASE NO.: you and you are re- 2009 the following de- UNKNOWN SPOUSE working days of this re- CAPITAL L., a Dela- April, 2009.
ROSAND FOR SANTA 57-2009-CA-000310 quired to serve a copy scribed property as set NKNOWN SDAVID ceipt of this document. ware limited partner-
ROSA COUNTYDIVISION: A of your written ae- forth in said Final Judg- OL D If you are hearing or ship, MARY M. JOHNSON
FLORIDA fences within 30 days ment, to wit: MCLENDON Address Voice impaired call Plaintiff, CLERK OF CIRCUIT
TGEONEDR RISIO IC- WELLS FARGO BANK, after the first publica- BLOCK 510^ON i adddre 1-800-955-8771. / v. COURT
CASE I NO" NA, "tion, if any, on Florida LOT 9, BLOCK B, 50 Nimit Road, M-B
CASE7 ..... NO: Plaintiff, Default Law Group, PINE HILL ACRES, A ton, FL 32583 WITNESS my hand and W I L LI A M SW OO D By: Angela K. Dunn
ARL., Plaintiffs attorney, SUBDIVISION AC- Also Attempted At. the seal of this Court PLAZA, LLC, a Florida As Deputy Clerk
M&, .IB.A.NK. vs whose address is 9119 CORDING TO PLAT 8299 Navarre Pkwy, this 1 day of April, limited liability com-
PLBANKTFSB Corporate Lake Drive, RECORDED IN PLAT Navarre, FL 32566 and 2009. pany, PATRICK M. 041109'
PLAINTIFF ROBERT C. JACKSON Suite 300, Tampa Flor- BOOK B, PAGE 156 8299 N va r Pkwy., CARTER, JOHN DOES 041809
VS. .. etl, ida 33634, and file the OF THE PUBLIC REC- C.r ont F 31 Mary M. Johnson 1 through 9 AND UN- /
N IS Defendant(s). original with this Court ORDS OF SANTA (Address does not exist As lerk of the Court KNOWN TENANTS 1 "

D N EMm e ae t e NOTI CEUOF SALE LegalL4/493
YAGO ZINSKI, IF AN TO": JANIE L. JACK- otherwise a default will ANY PERSON CLAIM- YOU ARE NOTIFIED 041109 NORSCEOFTSALE TO egal4/49
KNOWYND ARTINS LAST" KNOWN AD- for the relief demanded THE SURPLUS FROM an acton for Fore- 041809 CHAPTER URT ANCFO
CLAOWING BYPARTI DRESS: 6670 Martin in the Complaint or pe- THESALE, IF ANY, closure o rgagbed n NOTICE IS HEREBY SANTA ROSA
THROUGH, UNDER M.iladt This notice shall be PROPERTY OWNER property: L /--a GIVEN that pursuant to COUNTY, FLORIDA
AND AGAINST THE Milton, F1 32570 publishedonce each AS OF T DATEO Legal 4/491 a final judgment dated CASE NO: 08-1664-CA
EDREN NAMED ND- CURRENT ADDRESS: week for two consecu- THE LIS PENDENS BAYVIEW LIGHTS IN THE CIRCUIT d1, in2009,and COUNTRYWIDE HOME
ANTS) WHO ARE NOT thPressG tte WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- COURT OF THE 57-2008-001783-CA- LOANS, INC
ANYWANDALLEUN- WITlESS my hand and TER THE SALE. AF- SION OF A PORTION FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- XXXX of the Circuit Plaintiff,
OR ALIVE, WHETHER ANYAND ALLUN th.. sa "of ts Cour .OF LOT 5 AND 6, CUlT, IN AND FOR Court of the First Judi- vs.
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- K PARTIES t o ts C t SECTION 2, TWN- SANTA ROSA arct and fr'
TIES MAY CLM PAN CLAIM NG R BY, on this 2 day of April, If you are a person witt SHIP 1 NORTH C NATY, FLORIDRAA Sa Circs n Count ROBERT D. DABOLL
INTEREST AS THROUGH, UNDER, 2 any accommodation in RANGE 28 WEST IN CASE NO.: Florida, in which MADI- A/K/A ROBERT DON



SPOUSES, HENANTRS, DE- AND AGAINST THESN ^4 850 83-d012 o- r COUNTY. R I DA D, C will sell tbhe PhiTgh aL DABOLLm AEyA Poh
DEFENDANT(S) 'VIDUAL DEFEND- Clerk of the Court this proceeding you are abeeR filed against TENANT #1 and TEN- cash at the Santa Rosa above-named Defend-

.,DS Legal 4/485 SI Da hrren t ho a o ar s V un.
GR ... O Lecal 4/485 if h r. you and you are re- ANT #2, representing County Courthouse, ants.


RE-NOTICE OF FORE- OTH.. CLAIMiNTi V impaired call' ,quired to serve a copy tenants in possession, 6865 Caroline Street, Defendants.
CLOSURE SALE KNOWN AD- IN ,THE CIRCUIT 1-800-955-8771. of your written de- SUNTRUST BANK, and Milton, Florida, at 11:00
LAST KNOWN AD- COURT OF THE 1ST, tfenses, if any, to it, on GULF WINDS FED- a.m. on April 30, 2009, NOTICE OF FORE-
NOTICE .IS HEREBY DRESS: UNKNOWN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT- IN Dated this 31 day of Marshall C. Watson, ERAL CREDIT UNION the following-described CLOSURE SALE
,GIVEN pursuant to an AND FOR SANTA March, 2009. PA., Attorney for Plain- f/k/a Monsanto Em-.property, together with
Order Granting the Mo- CURRENT ADDRESS: ROSA COUNTY, tiff, whose address is ployees Credit Union, all improvements, ap- NOTICE is hereby
tion to Reset Foreclo- UNKNOWN FLORIDA MARY M. JOHNSON 1800 NW 49TH Defendants. purtenances and fix- given that the under-
sure Sale dated April 1 CASE NO. 05-68 CA Clerk Of The Circuit STREET, SUITE 120, tures, as set forth in the signed Clerk of the Cir-
2009 entered n Civil YOU ARE NOTIFIED 01 Court FT. LAUDERDALE FL NOTICE OF SALE Final Judgment of cult Court of Santa
08-CA-264 of tat an action to ore CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Foreclosure: Rosa County, Florida,
57-2008-CA-264 of the close a mortgage on CHASE HOME Fl- By: J Watkins -_ NOTICE IS HEREBY will on the 27 day of
Circuit Court of the 1ST the following property, NANCE, LLC, succes- Deputy Clerk GIVEN that, pursuant to See Schedules "A" and May, 2009, at 11:00
Judicial Circuit in and in SANTA ROSA merger to a Final Judgment of "B" attached hereto. o'clock A.M at the 6865
for SANTA ROSA County, Florida: CHASE MANHATTAN 041109 Foreclosure on Caroline Street, Santa
County, Milton, Florida, MORTGAGE CORPO- 041809 Cross-Claim of SCHEDULE A Rosa County Court-
I will sell to the highest LOT 1 BLOCK B MOR- RATION, 486 SunTrust Bank entered house in Milton, Florida


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offer for sale and sell (PER FURNISHED DE- SOUTH 18 DEGREES HALF INCH IRON PIPE from the date of the unknown.
at public outcry to the Mary M. Johnson SCRIPTION AND 14 MINUTES 10 SEC- AT THE SOUTHEAST first publication of this
highest and best bid- CLERK OF THE CIR- FLORIDA DEPART- ONDS WEST A CORNER OF LOT 10, Notice of Action) and YOU ARE HEREBY re-
der for cash, the CUlT COURT MENT OF TRANSPOR- DISTANCE OF 44.66 BLOCK D, VILLA GAR- file the original with the quired to file your an-
following-described CIRCUIT COURT SEAL T A T I 0 N FEET; THENCE RUN CON, A SUBDIVISION Cldrk of this Court ei- swer or written de-
property situate in By: J. Watkins RIG H T-OF-WAY SOUTH 82 DEGREES OF A PORTION OF their before service on senses, if any, in the
Santa Rosa County, Deputy Clerk PLANS); THENCE RUN 57 MINUTES 54 SEC- SECTION 14, TOWN- Plaintiff's attorney or above proceeding with
Florida: SOUTH 11 DEGREES ONDS EAST A DIS- SHIP 1 SOUTH, immediately thereafter; the Clerk of this Court,
ATTORNEY FOR 14 MINUTES 31 SEC- TANCE OF 2389.87 RANGE 28 WEST, otherwise a default will and to serve a copy
Commence at the PLAINTIFF ONDS WEST ALONG FEET; THENCE RUN SANTA ROSA be entered against you thereof upon the
Northwest corner of Suzanne Barkett SAID EASTERLY NORTH 15 DEGREES COUNTY, FLORIDA, for the relief demanded plaintiff's attorney, Law
the West 1/2 of the Butler & Hbsch, PA. RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A 24 MINUTES 23 SEC- AS RECORDED IN in the complaint or peti- Offices of Daniel C.
Southeast 1/4 of the 3185 S. Conway Rd., DISTANCE OF 220.02 ONDS WEST A DIS- PLAT BOOK C AT tion filed herein.. Consuegra, 9204 King
Southeast 1/4 of the Ste. E FEET TO A D.O.T. TANCE OF 162.83 PAGE 114 OF THE Palm Drive, Tampa, FL
Northwest 1/4 of the Orlando, Florida 32812 RIGHT-OF-WAY MON- FEET; THENCE RUN PUBLIC RECORDS OF WITNESS my hand 33619-1328, telephone
Northeast of Section (407) 381-5200 UMENT ON SAID SOUTH 83 DEGREES SAID COUNTY; and the seal of this (813) 915-8660, facsim-
15, Township 2 South, E A S. T E R L Y 05 MINUTES 42 SEC- THENCE RUN SOUTH Court at SANTA ROSA ile (813) 915-0559,
Range 26 West, Santa 041109 RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE ONDS EAST .A 83 DEGREES 03 MIN- County, FI6rida, this 3 within thirty days of the
Rosa County, 'Florida; 041809 AT A POINT OF CUR- DISTANCE OF 376.21 UTES 52 SECONDS day of April, 2009. first publication- of this
thence go Southerly 4/493 VATURE; THENCE FEET TO A CAPPED EAST ALONG THE Notice, the nature of
along the West line of RUN SOUTHERLY IRON PIPE (L.B. # SOUTH LINE OF SAID CLERK OF THE CIR- this proceeding being a
the West 1/2 of the LONG THE ARC OF A 5170) ON THE MEAN. VILLA GARCON A DIS- CUIT COURT suit for foreclosure of
Southeast 1/4 of the Legal 4/494 CURVE TO THE RIGHT HIGH WATER LINE OF TANCE OF 10.00 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL mortgage against the
Southeast 1/4 of the AND ALONG SAID BLACKWATER BAY; FEET; THENCE RUN BY: Angela Dunn following described
Northwest 14/4 of the IN THE CIRCUIT E A S T E R L Y THENCE RUN NORTH SOUTH 06 DEGREES DEPUTY CLERK property, to wit:
Northeast 1/4 a dis- COURT OF THE 1ST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A 14 DEGREES 50 MIN- 43 MINUTES 57 SEC-
tance of 141.43 feet to JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN DISTANCE OF 805.99 UTES 42 SECONDS ONDS WEST A DIS- THIS NOTICE SHALL COMMENCE AT A
the Point of Beginn- AND FOR SANTA FEET TO A D.O.T. WEST ALONG SAID TANCE OF 56.11 FEET BE PUBLISHED ONCE POINT WHERE THE
ing; thence continue ROSA COUNTY, RIGHT-OF-WAY MON- MEAN HIGH WATER TO A POINT OF IN- A WEEK FOR TWO SOUTH LINE OF LOT
Southerly a distance FLORIDA UMENT AT A POINT LINE A DISTANCE OF TERSECTION; CONSECUTIVE 8, BLOCK 91, AC-
of 156.47 feet to the GENERAL JURISDIC- OF TANGENCY, SAID 16.66 FEET TO A THENCE RUN SOUTH WEEKS. CORDING TO PLAT
North right of way line TION DIVISION CURVE HAVING A RA- CAPPED IRON PIPE 72 DEGREES 02 MIN- IN ACCORDANCE OF TOWN OF MILTON
of Deer Lane (R/W Un- CASE NO: 07-1286CA DIUS OF 3869.83 (L.B. 5170); THENCE UTES 32 SECONDS WITH THE AMERI- ON FILE IN THE OF-
known); thence de- FEET A CENTRAL AN- CONTINUE ALONG WEST A DISTANCE OF CANS WITH DISABILI- FICE OF CLERK OF
flect left 89 degrees CITIMORTGAGE, INC. GLE OF 14 DEGREES SAID MEAN WATER 139.51 'FEET TO A TIES ACT, persons with CIRCUIT COURT OF
48 minutes. 56 sec- PLAINTIFF 56 MINUTES 00 SEC- LINE NORTH 11 DE- POINT OF INTERSEC- disabilities needing a SANTA ROSA
onds along said North VS. ONDS, A CHORD GREES 57 MINUTES TION;' THENCE RUN special accommoda- COUNTY, FLORIDA;
Right of way in an BEARING OF, SOUTH 16 SECONDS WEST A SOUTH 19 DEGREES tion should contact INTERSECTS WITH
Easterly direction a JIM LANE LAWRENCE 17 DEGREES 08 MIN- DISTANCE OF 121.03 24 MINUTES 09 SEC- COURT ADMINISTRA- THE WEST LINE OF
distance of 70.17 feet; ET AL UTES 43 SECONDS FEET TO A CAPPED ONDS EAST A DIS- TION, at the SANTA CANAL STREET
thence deflect left In DEFENDANTS) WEST AND A CHORD IRON PIPE (L.B. 'TANCE OF 125.52 ROSA County Court- (50'R/W), THENCE
Northerly direction 90 OF 804.54 FEET; #5170); THENCE DE- FEET TO A POINT OF house at NONE, NORTH 76 DEGREES
degrees 11 minutes NOTICE OF ACTION THENCE RUN SOUTH PART SAID MEAN INTERSECTION; 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) 54'28" WEST ALONG
04 seconds a distance CONSTRUCTIVE 13 DEGREES 09. MIN- HIGH WATER LINE THENCE RUN SOUTH or 1-800-955-8770, via SAID SOUTHLINE OF
of 156.47 feet; thence I UTES 33 SECONDS NORTH 83 DEGREES 67 DEGREES 34 MIN- Florida Relay Service. LOT 8, BLOCK 91,
deflect left In a ,West- WEST ALONG SAID 05 MINUTES 42 SEC- UTES 01 SECONDS 326.89 FEET TO THE
early direction '89 de- TO- JIM LANE LAW- E A S T E R L Y ONDS WEST A DIS- EAST A DISTANCE OF LAW OFFICES OF DA- "POINT OF BEGINN-
grees 48 minutes 56 RENCE AND VALARIE RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A' TANCE OF 405.88 86.55 FEET TO A VID J. STERN, RA. ING" THENCE SOUTH
seconds a distance of M. LAWRENCE whose DISTANCE OF 1827.17 FEET TO A POINT ON POINT. OF INTER- ATTORNEY FOR 04 DEGREES 48'08"
70.17 feet to the Point residence is 1545 BELL FEET TO A POINT OF THE EASTERLY EDGE SECTION; THENCE PLAINTIFF WEST 25.13 FEET,
of Beginning. CREEK ROAD, JAY CURVATURE; THENCE OF. NEEDLE GRASS RUN SOUTH 22 DE- 900 South Pine Island THENCE NORTH 82
FLORIDA32571 RUN SOUTHERLY OF ALLIGATOR GREES 19 MINUTES Road Suite 400 DEGREES 47'02"
pursuant to the Final ALONG THE ARC OF A BAYOU; THENCE RUN 13 SECONDS EAST A Plantation, FL WEST 162.31 FEET,
Judgment entered in a and who is evading' CURVE TO THE RIGHT SOUTH 15 DEGREES DISTANCE OF 231.03 33324-3920 THENCE NORTH 25
case pending in -said service of process and AND ALONG SAID 24 MINUTES 23 SEC- FEET TO A POINT OF (TCFM) 07-13413 DEGREES 30'43"
Court, the style of the unknown defend-E A S T E R 'L Y ONDS EAST' ALONG INTERSECTION; WEST 94.75 FEET,
which is indicated ants who may be RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A SAID EASTERLY EDGE THENCE RUN SOUTH 041109 THENCE SOUTH 85
above. spouses, heirs, devi- DISTANCE OF. 684.46 OF NEEDLE GRASS A 28 DEGREES 00 MIN- 041809 DEGREES 11'52"
sees grantees, assign- FEET TO A D.O.T. DISTANCE OF 281.66 UTES' 00 SECONDS 4/494 EAST 210.00 FEET,
Any person or entity ees, lienors, creditors RIGHT-OF-WAY MON- FEET; THENCE RUN EAST. A DISTANCE OF THENCE 'SOUTH 04
.claiming an interest in trustees, and all parties UMENT AT A POINT NORTH 82 DEGREES 87.41 FEET; THENCE DEGREES 48'08"
the surplus, if any, re- claiming an interest by, OF TANGENCY, SAID 57 MINUTES 54 SEC- RUN NORTH 83 DE- WEST 63.50 FEET TO
suiting from the,foreco- through, under or CURVE HAVING A RA- ONDS' WEST A DIS- GREES 05 MINUTES Legal 4/495 THE POINT OF
sure sale, other than against the Defend DIUS OF 7689.49 TANCE OF 2335.62 42 SECONDS WEST A BEGINNING. SAID
the property owner as ant(s) who are not FEET, A CENTRAL AN- FEET; THENCE RUN DISTANCE OF 48.77 IN THE CIRCUIT PARCEL BEING IN
of the date of the Us known to be dead or GLE OF 05 DEGREES NORTH 18 DEGREES FEET; THENCE RUN COURT OF THE AREA 0.39 ACRES
Pendens, must file a alive and all parties 06 MINUTES 00 SEC- 14 MINUTES 10 SEC- NORTH 28 DEGREES FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- MORE OR LESS.
claim on same with the. having or claiming to ONDS, A CHORD ONDS EAST A DIS- 00 MINUTES 00 SEC- CUIT OF THE STATE
Clerk of Court within 60' have any right, title or BEARING OF SOUTH TANCE OF 90.31-ONDS WEST A DIS- OF FLORIDA, IN AND A/K/A
days after the foreclo- interestUn the property 15 *DEGREES 38 MIN- FEET; THENCE RUN TANCE OF 61.49 FEET FOR SANTA ROSA
sure sale. described in the mort- UTES 54 SECONDS NORTH 71 DEGREES TO A POINT OF IN- COUNTY 6HUDSON LANE
gage being foreclosed WEST AND A CHORD 45 MINUTES 50 SEC- T E R S E C T I 0 N ; CIVIL DIVISION MILTON, FL 32570
WITNESS my hand and herein OF 684.23 FEET; ONDS WEST A\ THENCE RUN NORTH CASE NO. 2009 CA
official seal of said THENCE RUN SOUTH DISTANCE -OF 45.00 22 DEGREES 19 MIN- 399 If you fail to file your
Court this 3 day of YOU' ARE 'HEREBY 18.DEGREES 14 MIN- FEET TO THE POINT UTES 13 SECONDS answer or written de-
April, 2009. NOTIFIED that an ac- UTES 10 SECONDS OF BEGINNING. LESS WEST A DISTANCE OF CITIMORTGAGE INC fenses in the above
tion to foreclose a WEST ALONG SAID AND EXCEPT, THE 216.34 FEET TO A SUCCESSOR BY proceeding, on
If you are a person mortgage on the fol- E A S T E R L Y FOLLOWING DE- POINT OF INTERSEC- MERCER WITH CITIFI- plaintiff's attorney, a
with a disability who lowing rope RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A SCRIBED 'PARCEL: 30 TION; THENCE RUN NANCIAL MORTGAGE default will be entered
needs accommoda- A PAR EL O LAND IN DISTANCE OF 263.01 FEET AND 40 FEET NORTH 67 DEGREES COMPANY INC. F/K/A against you for the re-
tion in order to partic- SECTION 14, TOWN- FEET TO THE POINT WIDE IN- 34 MINUTES 01 SEC- ASSOCIATES HOME lief demanded in the
ipate in. this proceed- SHIP "1 SOUTH OF BEGINNING; GRESS/EGRESS ONDS WEST A DIS- EQUITY SERVICES, Complaint or Petition.
ing, you are entitled, RANGE 28 WEST, THENCE CONTINUE EASEMENT A 30 FEET TANCE OF 87.76 FEET INC DATED at SANTA
at no cost to you, for SANTA ROSA SOUTH 18 DEGREES AND 40' FEET WIDE TO A POINT OF IN- P ai tiff ROSA County this 6
the provision of the COUNTY, FLORIDA, 14 MINUTES 01 SEC- STRIP OF LAND LYING T E R S E C T ION ; day of April, 2009.
certain assistance. BEING MORE PARTIC- ONDS WEST ALONG IN A BEING A POR- THENCE RUN NORTH vs.
Please contact Court ULARLY DESCRIBED SAID EASTERLY TION OF SECTION 14,- 19 DEGREES 24 MIN- Clerk of the Circuit
Administration at AS FOLLOWS:- COM- RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A TOWNSHIP 1 SOUTH, UTES 09 SECONDS RICHARD H. DUNCAN Court ,
6865 Caroline Street, MENCE AT A CON- DISTANCE, OF 70.00 RANGE 28 WEST, WEST A DISTANCE OF III A/K/A RICHARD H CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Milton, Florida 32570, CREATE MONUMENT FEET; THENCE: DE- SANTA ROSA 184.42, FEET TO A DUNCAN; UNKNOWN ByAngelaDunn
Telephone (850) AT THE INTERSEC- PART SAID EASTERLY COUNTY,' FLORIDA, POINT OF INTERSEC- HEIRS, DEVISEES Deputy Clerk
623-3639 within 2 TION OF THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE TO BE USED FOR IN- TION; THENCE RUN GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
working days of your LINE OF SAID SEC- SOUTH 7.1 DEGREES GRESS/EGRESS PUR- NORTH 22 DEGREES EES CREDITORS In accordance with the
receipt of this docu- TION AND THE EAST- 45 MINUTES 50 SEC- POSES, BEING MORE 02 MINUTES 32 SEC- LIENORS, TRUSTEES Americans with Disabil-
ment. If you are hear- EARLY RIGHT-OF-WAY ONDS EAST A DIS- PARTICULARLY DE- ONDS EAST A DIS- OF PHYLLIS -. DUN- cities Act of 1990, per-,
ing or voice impaired, LINE OF FLORIDA TANCE OF 25.00 SCRIBED AS FOL- TANCE OF 154.89 CAN DECEASED. sons needing a special
call 1-800-955-8771. STATE' ROAD #191 FEET; THENCE RUN LOWS: BEGIN AT A FEET TO A POINT OF RICHARD H DUNCAN accommodation to par-
I NT ER S E C TI O N; III A/K/A RICHARD H ticipate in this proceed-
06 DEGREES 43 MIN- KNOWNSPOUSE OF ASA Coordinator no
1 2 3 4 5 )6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Is UTES 57 SECONDS RICHARD H DUNCAN later than' Seven (7)
EAST A DISTANCE OF Ill A/K/A RICHARD H days pior,,:r io in pro
"14 -- ---- -- -- --- "3n061 FEET Tp AN IN- DUNCAN HEIR; c-e'3r.q:- II rea3rrn ,rr.
1 5 1BI TERSECTIOI J WITH CHARLES W' pare please calli
SAID SOUTH LINE OF LAMOTTE; IF LIVING, '(800) 955-8771 -(TDD)
17 -- 19-- -- -- -- VILLA GARCON; INCLUDING ANY UN- or (800) 955-8770
S'THENCE RUN NORTH KNOWN SPOUSE OF (voice), via Florida Re-
202---1%-.06 DEGREES 43 MIN- SAID DEFENDANT(S),. lay Service.
'20 21 2"UTES 57 SECONDS IF REMARRIED, AND IF
EAST A DISTANCE OF DECEASED, THE RE- 041109
'23 ~ 426 -- 7 115.50 FEET TO A SPECTIVE UNKNOWN 041809
POINT LYING IN A HEIRS DEVISEES ,4/495
CURVE ON THE GRANTEES, ASSIGN''
22U30S1/SOUTHER LY EES, CREDITORS-
RIGHT-OF -WAY LINE LIENORS, AND TRUS--
32 3 34 OF COPULATE DRIVE TEES, AND ALL Legal 4/496
( 60 R/W); THENCE OTHER PERSONS
-36---RUN--- -- .SOUTHEAST- CLAIMING BY, IN THE CIRCUIT
S- 3738 .A39 EARLY ALONG THE THROUGH, UNDER COURT OF THE 1ST
ARC OF ACUL-DE-SAC OR AGAINST THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
40 I 41 -42-TO THE LEFT- A DIS- NAMED DEFEND- AND FOR SANTA
TANCE OF 32.17 FEET ANT(S); UNKNOWN ROSA COUNTY,
TO THE NORTHEAST TENANT #1; UN- FLORIDA
43 4 "" 5 CORNER OF SAID LOT KNOWN TENANT #2; CIVIL DIVISION
10, SAID CURVE HAV- CASE NO.:
46- 7 449 0 51 2 ING00 AEEDIUSOCE Defendant(s). 57-2008-CA-001.945/
54 5 6 "- TRGALE NGLE. OF 36 NOTICE OF ACTION COUNTRYWIDE HOME
5 55. DEGREES,52MIN- N-LOANS, INC.,
UTES 00 SECONDS, A TO: RICHARD H. DUN- Plaintiff,
57 ---59 ---- -- CHORD BEARING OF CAN III A/K/A RICHARD
SOUTH 64 DEGREES H. DUNCAN; UN- vs.
50 MINUTES 07 SEC- KNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
60 61 62 ONDS EAST AND A SEES, GRANTEES, AS- JASON R ROBERTS;
CHORD OF 31.62 SIGNEES, CREDI- SHANNON B. ROB-
-64-6-- FEET; THENCE DE- TORS, LIENORS, ERTS; UNKNOWN
PART SAID SOUTH- TRUSTEES OF PHYL- TENANTSS; IN POS-
ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LIS D DUNCAN, DE- SESSION OF THE
NCW83310 LINE SOUTH 06 DE- CEASED; RICHARD H. SUBJECT PROPERTY
BLUES ACROSS GREES 43 MINUTES DUNCAN III A/K/A Defendants.
1 s 57 SECONDS WEST RICHARD H. DUNCAN
1. Pants 38. Negative of can AND RUN ALONG THE HEIR; IF LIVING, IN- NOTICE OF FORE-
6. Lucretia 'C. ___ Am. .40. Come down violently EAST LINE, OF SAID UD NGSPNY UN- CLOSURE SALE
LOT 10 A DISTANCE KNOWN SPOUSE OF
advocate 41. Provide with clothes OF 105.61 FEET TO SAID DEFENDANT(S), NOTICE IS HEREBY
10. Seuss character Am 42. Shoshonean people THE POINT OF BEGIN- IF REMARRIED, AND IF GIVEN pursuant to a
14. One. who has attained 43. Knife used with fruits or NING. DECEASED, THE RE- Final Judgment of
tiled against SPECTIVE UNKNOWN Foreclosure dated the
enlightenment vegetables / has been filed against HEIRS, DTIVENKSEESN For day of Aprl, 2009he
15. Hushing Meadows stadium 44. Loves intensely you and you are re- GRANTEES, ASSIGN- and entered in Case
16.. Pre-collegiate school . 46. One point east of due south f.uredo. serva coe EEES, CREDITORS, No. 57-2008-CA-00
SN Zambia 47. ined metal-bearing mineral fnsef a n' DA- TEES, AND ALL Court of the 1ST Judi-
18. Chinese dynasty from 557 -' 49. People related by blood or VID. J. STERN, ESQ. OTHER PERSONS cial Circuit in and for
589 marriage l tl difsattrny C LAIMING Santa Rosa County,
19. River in Florence 50. Helps little firms South ine Isl and OR AGAINST THE COUNTRYWIDE HOME.
20. Dracula in "Love At First 53. "The View" creator & star .Road, Suite ,400, Plan- NAMED DEFEND- LOANS, INC. is the
'Bite"' 57. Sunrise (Spanish) teonFLt33324-3920s ANT(S); idence a plaintiff anRTd SASON


2J. Airborne (abbr.)
24. Before
25. Cologne
26. Chinese cooking pan
28. Shipping boxes
30. Chili con _, Mexican dish
32. Used to be U__
34. 1/100 yen
35. Bitter compound from aloe
36. __ and Ladders: game
CLUES DOWN
1. Rural Croatian singing
2. Egyptian dry measure
3. Shoe (pl., archaic)
4. Precision approach and
landing radar (abbr.)
5. "Life in Biblical' Israel"
author Lawrence
6. Large heavy knives
7. Federal job safety law
8. Unifying ideas in literary
work
9. Narrow headband
10. Petty quarrel
11. Cooking thickener
12. Annabaptist
13. Corporation's first offer to
sell stock to the public
21. Rub out
22. Pharsalia poet
27. Barbie's boyfriend
28. Small earthenware jar


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59. Yellow-fever mosquitoes
60. Live Aid rocker Bob of
61. Essential oil obtained from
flowers,
62. Showing lack of skill
63. Lyric poems
64. Dried up (esp. of vegetation)
65. Designers Charles & Ray


29. 14th letter
31. Alder genus
32. Covered with sparse vegeta-
tion
33. OK to portion out
37. Pulsate
38. Pots & pans
39. Of agriculture
40. Hz
41. End zone score
44. Expose to fresh air
45. Entwine
48. Hindu melodies
50. Fleshy leaved perennial
51. Norwegian footballer
Hangeland
52. Donkeys "
54. Radioactivity units
55. Axillary
56. Biu-Mandara
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B. ROBERTS; UN- Plaintiff's attorney or
KNOWN TENANT (S); immediately thereafter;
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE otherwise a default will
AS UNKNOWN TEN- be entered against you
ANT (S) IN POSSES- for the relief demanded
SION OF THE SUB- in the complaint or pe-
JECT PROPERTY are tition filed herein.
defendants. I will sell to
the highest and best WITNESS my hand and
bidder for cash at the the seal of this Court at
NORTH FRONT STEPS SANTA ROSA County,
OF COURTHOUSE at Florida, this 6 day of
the Santa Rosa County April,-2009.
Courthouse in Milton,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. Mary M. Johnson
on the 28.day of May, CLERK OF THE CIR-
2009, the following de- CUIT COURT
scribed property as set CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
forth in said Final Judg- BY: Susan Land
ment, to wit: DEPUTY CLERK
SEE EXHIBIT "A" LAW OFFICE OF DA-
VID J. STERN
EXHIBIT A ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF
Parcel 7 900 SOUTH PINE IS-
LAND ROAD SUITE
Commence at the 400
northwest corner of PLANTATION, FL
Section 13, Township 33324-3920
2 North, Range 30 09-19801(SUN)
West, Santa Rosa IN ACCORDANCE
County, Florida; WITH THE AMERI-
thence South 01 de- CANS WITH. DISABILI-
grees 52' 54" West TIES ACT, persons with
along the west line of disabilities needing a
said Section 13 for a special accommoda-
distance of 4956.85 tion should contact
feet; thence North 77 COURT ADMINISTRA-
degrees 40'48" East TION, at the SANTA
for a distance of ROSA County Court-
890.59 feet for the house at 850-983-1987,
point of beginning. 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
Thence continue or 1-800-955-8770, via
North 77 degrees Florida Relay Service.
40'48" East for a dis-
tapce of 126.50 feet; 041109
thence South 12 de- 041809
grees 19'12" East for a 4/497
distance of 345.00
feet to the northerly .Legal 4/498
right of way line at
Wallace Lake Road IN THE CIRCUIT
(60' R/W); thence COURT OF THE 1ST
South 77 degrees JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN.
40'48" West along AND FOR SANTA
said northerly right of ROSA COUNTY,
way line for a dis- FLORIDA
tance of 126.50 feet; GENERAL JURISDIC-
thence North 12 de- TION DIVISION
grees 19'12" West for 'CASE NO:
a distance of 345.00 .57-2008-CA-000514
feet to the point of be-
ginning. DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
All lying and being in TIONAL TRUST COM-
Section 13, Township PANY, F/K/A BANKERS
2 North, Range 30 TRUST COMPANY OF
West, Santa Rosa CALIFORNIA, NA-
County, Florida. Con- TIONAL ASSOCIA-
taining 1.00 acres, TION, NOT IN ITS INDI-
more or less. VIDUAL CAPACITY
BUT SOLELY AS
ANY PERSON CLAIM- TRUSTEE ON BEHALF
ING AN INTEREST IN OF VENDEE MORT-
THE SURPLUS FROM GAGE TRUST 1998-2
;THE SALE, IF ANY, PLAINTIFF
OTHER THAN THE VS.
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF DERVIN ARNULFO
THE LIS PENDENS FLORES, A/K/A
MUST FILE' A CLAIM DERVIN ARNUFLO
WITHIN; 60 DAYS AF- AND JOI MARIE CARR
TER THE SALE. WELCH, ET AL
DEFENDANTS)
If you are a person with
a Disabilities who need NOTICE OF ACTION -
any accommodation in CONSTRUCTIVE
order to participate in SERVICE
this proceeding you are
entitled at no cost to TO: DERVIN AR-
you to the provisions of NULFO FLORES
certain assistant please A/K/A DERVIN FLO-
contact Susan Land at RES and JOI MARIE
6865 Caroline Street CARR WELCH whose
Milton, FL 32570, residence is '1930
850-983-1\012 within 2 Edgewood Drive; Na-
working days of this re- varre, Florida 32566.
ceipt of this document.
If you are hearing or and who is evading
Voice impaired call service of process and
1-800-955-8771.' the unknown defend-
Dated this 3. day of ants who may be
April, 2009. spouses, rires de-.;
S se grrile. as'sigrn.
Mary M. Johnson ees. iienors, crea.mirs,
Clerk Of The Circuit trustee,- and all parties
Court claiming an interest by,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL through, under or
By: Susan Land against the Defend-
Deputy Clerk ant(s), who are not
known to be dead or
041109 .alive, and all parties
041809 having or claiming to
4/496 have any right, title or
interest in the property
described in the mort-
Legal 4/497 gage being foreclosed
IN THE CIRCUIT herein.
COURT OF THE'1ST YOU ARE NOTIFIED
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN that an action to fore-
AND FOR SANTA close a mortgage on
ROSA COUNTY, the following property:
FLORIDA 'LOT 5, BLOCK 22,
GENERAL JURISDIC- HOLLEY BY THE SEA
TION DIVISION SUBDIVISION AS SET
CASE NO: FORTH IN THE PUBLIC
57-2009-CA-000108 RECORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
SUNTRUST MORT- IDA IN PLAT BOOK B
GAGE, INC., AT PAGE 155.
PLAINTIFF,,
VS. NTIFF has been filed against
you and you are re-
TIMOTHY M. SCAL- quired to serve a copy
LAN, ET AL., of your written de-
DEFENDANT(S). fenses, if any, on DA-
VID J. STERN, ESQ.
NOTICE OF ACTION Plaintiff's attorney,
CONSTRUCTIVE whose address is 900
SERVICE South Pine Island
Road, Suite 400, Plan-
TO: TIMOTHY M station, FL 33324-3920
SCALLAN May 8, 2009, (no later
whose residence is un- than 30 days from the
known if he/she/they date of the first publica-
be living; and if tion of this Notice of
hhe/she/they be, dead, Action) and file. the
the unknown defend- original with the Clerk
ants who may' be of this Court either be-
spouses, heirs, devi- fore service on
sees, grantees, assign- Plaintiff's attorney or
ees, lienors, creditors immediately thereafter;
trustees, and all parties otherwise a default Will '
claiming an interest by, be entered against you
through,' under or for the relief demanded
against the Defendants, in the complaint or pe-
who are not known to tuition filed herein.
be dead or alive, and
all parties having or WITNESS my hand and
claiming to have any the seal of this Court at
right, title or interest in SANTA ROSA County,
the property' described Florida, this 6 day of
in the mortgage being April, 2009.
foreclosed herein.
Mary M. Johnson
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- CLERK OF THE CIR-
TIFIED that an action to CUlT COURT
foreclose a mortgage CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
on the following prop- BY: Susan Land .
erty: DEPUTY CLERKS
LOT 4, BLOCK 2 THIS NOTICE SHALL
BROOKWOOD ES- BE PUBLISHED ONCE
STATES, ACCORDING A WEEK FOR TWO
TO THE PLAT CONSECUTIVE
THEREOF AS RE- WEEKS.
CORDED IN PLAT IN ACCORDANCE
BOOK D, PAGE 36 WITH THE AMERI-
OF THE PUBLIC REC- CANS WITH DISABILI-
ORDS OF SANTA TIES ACT, persons'with
ROSA COUNTY, disabilities needing a
FLORIDA. special accommoda-.
tion should contact
has been filed against COURT ADMINISTRA-
you and you are re- TION, at the SANTA
quired to serve a copy ROSA County Court-
of your written de- house at
tenses, if any, to it on 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ. or 1-800-955-8770, via
Plaintiff's attorney, Florida Relay Service.


whose address is 900
South Pine Island Road LAW OFFICES OF DA-
#400, Plantation, FL VID J. STERN, RA.,
33324-3920 on or be- ATTORNEY FOR
fore May 8, 2009, (no PLAINTIFF, 900 South
later than 30 days from Pine Island Road Suite
the date of the first 400 Plantation, FL
publication of this no- 3 3 3 2 4 3 9 2 0'
tice of action) and file 06-58681 (CWFVA)
the original with the
clerk of this court either 041109
before service on 041809
4/498


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Legal 4/499 GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- THE COMMON ELE- from the sale, if eny,
nal Judgment of Fore- MENTS, ACCORDING other than the property
IN THE CIRCUIT closure dated April 2, TO THE DECLARA- owner as of the date of
COURT OF THE 1ST 2009, and entered in TION. the lis pendens, must
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Case No. 08001600CA, file a claim within 60
AND FOR SANTA of the Circuit' Court of Any person claiming an days after the sale
ROSA COUNTY, the First Judicial Circuit interest in the surplus
FLORIDA in and for SANTA from the sale. if any. Dated this 3 day of
GENERAL JURISDIC- ROSA County, Florida other than the property April, 2009.
TION DIVISION wherein DEUTSCHE owner as of the date of
CASE NO: BANK NATIONAL the lis pendens, must Mary M. Johnson
07-001444CA TRUST COMPANY AS file a claim within 60 Clerk of the Circuit
TRUSTEE FOR HSI AS- days after the sale Court
COUNTRYWIDE HOME SET SECURITIZATION CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
LOANS, INC. CORPORATION Dated this 3 day of By: J. Watkins
PLAINTIFF 2007-OPT1 MORT- April, 2009. Deputy Clerk
VS. GAGE PASS-
ALLEN J. VISE A/K/A THROUGH CERTIFI- MARY M. JOHNSON THE LAW OFFICES OF
ALLEN JEFF VISE; UN- CATES, SERIES Clerk of the Circuit DAVID J. STERN, RA.,
KNOWN 'SPOUSE OF 2007-OPT1, is a Plain- Court ATTORNEY FOR
ALLEN J. VISE A/K/A tiff and INGRID T. EA- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL PLAINTIFF
ALLEN JEFF VISE IF TON; JOHN H. EATON, By: Susan Land 900 South Pine Island
ANY; ANY AND ALL JR.; UNKNOWN TEN- Deputy Clerk Road Suite 400
UNKNOWN PARTIES ANT #1; UNKNOWN Plantation, FL
CLAIMING BY, TENANT #2' are the THE LAW OFFICES OF 33324-3920
THROUGH, UNDER, Defendants. I will sell to DAVID J. STERN, P.A., (954)233-8000
AND AGAINST THE the highest and best ATTORNEY I FOR 08-99407 CWF
HEREIN NAMED INDI- bidder for cash at PLAINTIFF
VIDUAL DEFEND- Santa Rosa County 900 South Pine Island IN ACCORDANCE
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT Courthouse, 801 Caro- Road Suite 400 WITH THE AMERI-
KNOWN TO BE DEAD line St., Milton, FI, at 9 Plantation, FL CANS WITH DISABILI-
OR ALIVE, WHETHER. on July 2009, the fol- 33324-3920 TIES ACT, persons with
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- lowing described prop- (954)233-8000 disabilities needing a
TIES MAY CLAIM AN erty as set forth in said 08-55685 (HCNW) special accommoda-
INTEREST AS Final Judgment, to wit: tion should contact
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- IN ACCORDANCE COURT ADMINISTRA-
VISEES, GRANTEES LOT 1, BLOCK E, WITH THE AMERI- TION, at the SANTA
OR OTHER CLAIM' DAVID'S LANDING, CANS WITH DISABILI- ROSA County Court-
ANTS- HOMEPORT SECTION 27, TOWN- TIES ACT, persons with house at 850-983-1987,
HOMEOWNERS' AS- SHIP 2 SOUTH, disabilities needing a 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
SOCIATION, INC.; RANGE 27 WEST, special accommoda- or' 1-800-955-8770, via
MORTGAGE ELEC- SANTA ROSA tion should contact Florida Relay Service.
TRONIC REGISTRA- COUNTY, FLORIDA COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC.; RECORDED IN PLAT TION, at the SANTA 041109
BETTY DILLON; BOOK F, PAGE 26. ROSA County Court- 041809
UNITED STATES OF house at 850-983-1987, 4/502
AMERICA; JOHN DOE Any person claiming an 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
AND JANE DOE AS interest in the surplus or 1-800-8770, .via Flor-
UNKNOWN TENANTS from the sale, if any, ida Relay Service. Legal 4/503
IN POSSESSION other than the property
DEFENDANT(S) owner as of the date of 041109 IN THE. CIRCUIT
the lis pendens must 041809 COURT OF THE
NOTICE OF FORE- file a claim within 60 4/501 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CLOSURE SALE days after the sale. CUIT IN AND FOR
SANTA ROSA
NOTICE IS HEREBY MARY M. JOHNSON Legal 4/502 COUNTY, FLORIDA
GIVEN pursuant to a As Clerk of the Court ga CIVIL ACTION
Summary Fihal, Judg- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL IN THE 'CIRCUIT CASE NO.
ment of Foreclosure By: Susan Land COURT OF THE 1ST 57-2008-CA-001525
dated April 2, 2009 en- As Deputy Clerk JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN DIVISION B
tered in Civil Case NO. AND FOR SANTA
07-001444CA of the Dated this.:3 day of ROSA COUNTY, CHASE, HOME FI-
Circuit.Court of the 1ST April, 2009. FLORIDA "NANCE LLC,
Judicial Circuit in and GENERAL JURISDIC- Plaintiff,
for SANTA ROSA IMPORTANT TION DIVISION
County, MILTON, Flor- Inaccordance with the CASE NO: vs.
ida, I will sell to the Americans with Disabil- 57-2008-CA-00174 ARCE et
highest and best bid- citiess Act, persons need- AMAURY ARCE, et al,
der for cash at the ing a reasonable ac- COUNTRYWIDE HOME' Defendant(s).
NORTH FRONT STEPS commodation to partic- LOANS, INC.
OF THE SANTA ROSA ipate in this proceeding PLAINTIFFTICE OF FRE
County Courthouse leo- should, no later than VS. CLOSURESALE
cated at 6865 CARO- seven (7) days prior,
LINE STREET in MIL- contact the Clerk of the JAMES M. LEBEL' UN- NOTICE IS -HEREBY
TON, Florida, at 11:00 Court's disability coor- KNOWN SPOUSE OF GIVENpursuantto a Fi-
a;m. on the 28 day of dinator at 8506230135, JAMES M LEBEL IF nal Judgment of Mort-
May, 2009 the following 6865 CAROLNE ST. -ANY- ANY AND ALL gage Foreclosure
described property as BOX H, MILTON UNKNOWN PARTIES dated April 02, 2009.
set forth in said Sum- FL,32570.-If hearing im- CLAIMING BY, and entered in Case
mary Final Judgment, paired,, contact (TDD) THROUGH, UNDER, No. 57-2008-CA-00
.to-wit: 8009558771,via Florida AND AGAINST THE 1525 of the Circu
Relay System. HEREIN NAMED INDI- Court of thb FIRST Ja.
A LEASEHOLD. 'IN- VIDUAL DEFEND- dicial Circuit in nd for
TEREST IN AND TO Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA. ANTS) WHO ARE NOT SANTA ROSA County,
LOT 22, BLOCK A, Attorneys for Plaintiff AKNOWN'TO BE DEAD Florida wherein CHASE
HOMEPORT, A 2901 Stirling Road, OR ALIVE, WHETHER HOME FINANCE LLC
PLANNED UNIT DE-.Suite300 SAID UNKNOWN PAR is the Plairnll and
VELOPMENT, AC- Fort .Lauderdale, Flor-. TIES MAY CLAIM AN AMAURY ARCE. ANY
CORDING TO THE ida 33312 INTEREST AS AND ALL UNKNOWN
PLAT -THEREOF, AS Telephone: (305) SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- PARTIES CLAIMING
RECORDED IN PLAT 770-4100 VISEES, GRANTEES BY, THROUGH. UN
BOOK 13, AT PAGE Fax: (305) 653-2329 OR OTHER CLAIM- DER, AND AGAINST
86, OF THE-PUBLIC ANTS;- MORTGAGE THE HEREIN IAMED
RECORDS : OF 041109 ELECTRONIC REGIS- INDIVIDUAL DEFEND.
ESCAMBIA' COUNTY, 041809 TRACTION SYSTEMS ENT(S) WHO ARE NOT
FLORIDA, AND RE- 4/500 INC JOHN DOE AND KNOWN TO BE DEAD
CORDED IN PLAT JANE DOE AS UN- OR ALIVE, WHETHER
BOOK E, AT PAGE 14, KNOW TENANTS IN- SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
OF THE PUBLIC REC- PO SESSION TIES MAY CLAIM AN
WORDS OF SANTA Legal 4/501 DEFENDANTS) INTEREST AS
ROSAF, FLORIDA, DEFENDANT(S) SPOUSE, HEIRS. DE.
NOW LYING AND BE- IN THE CIRCUIT NOTICE OF FORE- VISEES, GRANTEES.
ING IN SANTA ROSA COURT OF THE 1ST CLOSURE SALE OR OTHER CLAIM
COUNTY. FLORIDA, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN CLSURESALE ANTSO TENANT L#1
UNDER AND BY VIR- AND F,OR,-, ,SANTA NOTICE IS HEREBY N/K/A JIM MILLER and
TUE OF THAT CER- ROSA COUNTY, GIVEN pusuant to a TENANT #2 N.K'A HIL.
TAIN LEASE AGREE- FLORIDA G SummaIV p nal Judo LARY MILLER are ine
MENT DATED 5.4,88, GENERAL JURISDIC- ummaent Foreclsure Defendants, I wll sell to
RECORDED IN, OFFI- TION DIVISION Nh dated Aoril 2009 en tb efe astern, oesl i
CIAL RECORDS CASE NO teredinCil'Cas3, 2009 en- bidder. for cash at
BOOKi 2551, PAGE' 57-2008-CA-000745 5ere208 CA 00167e Nof STEPS OF THE SANTA
814, AND ANY AND DIV B theCrcut Court oft heROSA '.' COUNTY
ALL AMENDMENTS 'h CT cui Circuit O COURTHOUSE a3
THERETO,\ ALL OF THE BANK OF 'NEW 1Sand Judicifor SANTA ROSA 11:00AM, on tle 27 aa
THE PUBLIC REC- YORK TRUST COM- Couand Florida I will of y, 2009; the oi.
ORDS OF SANTA NTY N.A. ASSU sell o the highest and lowing described prop.
*ROSA COUNTY, CESSOR TO be'stbidder for.cash t e rtya8 s s, et forr, ,r, saa
FLORIDA. JPMORGAN CHASE best- bidderfor-th r at rt Final Judgment.
Any person claiming an BANK, N.A. ,AS TRUS- the Courth Front Steps at Jdmn 1.
interest in the surplus TEE of the Courthouse at LO 12, BLOCK 1 OF
from the sale, if any,. PLAINTIFF' the SANTA ROSAe PLANTATION WOODS
orthan the property VS. C ounty Courthouse 10Car PHASE II, ACCORD-
Sowner of the date of the : eet n CFlorida, at ING TO THE PLAT
lis pendens.'must file a CLAYTON R. HENDER- reet a. ,mon the 28da at THEREOF AS RE-
claim within 60 days af- SON; UNKNOWN Io a 2009 the CORDED IN PLAT
ter the sale SPOUSE OF CLAYTON d,. of described BOOK '10, PAGES 11
S R -HENDERSON IF fo.i..n AND 12, OF THE PUB-
Dated this 3 day of ANY; ANY AND ALL pr tyaset fonn LIC RECORDS OF
Apri 2009. UNKNOWN PARTIES J idgm mt, toy w al SANTA ROSA
CLAIMING BY, Judgment, to-wit' COUNTY, FLORIDA
MARY M. JOHNSON THROUGH, UNDER, COMMENCE AT AN
Clerk of the Circuit AND AGAINST THE CEXSMTNG FOUR INC A/K/A 9048 TARA CIR-
Court HEREIN NAMED INDI- SQUARE CONCRETE CLE, MILTON. FL
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL VIDUAL DEFEND- PERMANENT REFER- 325830000
By: Susan Land ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT ENCE MONUMENT
Deputy Clerk KNOWN TO BE DEAD NO4882 ATTH Any person claiming
".OR ALIVE WHETHER (NO4TH2AST TE an Interest in the sur-
THE LAW'OFFICES OF SAID UNKNOWN PAR NERi "OF LOT 6O lus from the sale, if
DAVID J. STERN, RA., TIES MAY CLAIM AN BLOCK A, PLANT any, other than the
ATTORNEY SFOR INTEREST, AS TION WOODS PHASE property owner as of
PLAINTIFF n SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- IA SUBDIVISION OF the date of the Lis
900 South Pine Island VISEES, GRANTEES A PORTION OF SEC- Pendens must file a
Road Suite 400 OR OTHER CLAIM- TION 33 TOWNSHI claim within sIxty (60)
Plantation, FL ANTS; SAILWIND TIONays after the saleTOWNSHIP
33324-3920 CONDOMINIUM ASSO- wNORTH, RANGE 27 days after the sale.
(954)233-8000 CIATION OF GULF COUNTY A FLORIDA WITNESS MY HAND
07-19514(CWF) BREEZE, INC.; JOHN A CORINGI and the seal ol ihis
DOEAND. AND. JANE DOE P.AT"RECORDED IN Court on April 3,2009.
IN.. ACCORDANCE AS UNKNOWN TEN- PLAT OOK G PAGE
WITH THE AMERI- ANTS IN POSSESSION PT BOOF K ,E PUBGE Mary M. Johnson
CANS WITH DISABILI- DEFENDANTS) RECORDS OF SAID Clerk of, the Circuit
, TIES ACT, person with COUNTY THENCE CS
disabilities needing a NOTICE OF FORE- COUNTY; SOUTH7EN CE CoUITCOURTSEAL
special accommoda- CLOSURESALE EES1 MINECIRCUIT By: J; COURT SEAL
tion should contact O3SECNDS 1 WMINUTESTB Deputy CJerk
COURT ADMINISTRA- -NOTICE IS HEREBY ALONG THE NORTH Dpu y
TION, at the SANTA GIVEN pursuant to a LINE OF SAID BLOCK 041109
ROSA County Court- Summary Final Judg- A DISTANCE OF 041809 i
house at ment of Foreclosure 7 4/503
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) dated April 2; 2009 en- 77.37' T BFET TOGITHNE
or 1-800-955-8770, via tered in Civil Case No I ,NT"O BHEGINN-" i..
Florida Relay Service. 57-2008-CA-000745 IE SHENTC E 7CON- Legal 4/504
041109 Court oft'hetlSTJudC AGREES 51 MINUTES IN THE CIRCUIT
041809 cia Circuit in and for ALONGCSAID N RTH CIRSRT JUDOFAL CER
SS MILTON, Florida Cou wnti LINE OF BLOCK A, A CUlT IN AND FOR
---- setteie and THENE RUN NORTH/ COUNTY, FLORIDA
NORTH FRONT STEPS ETF 4 5 MC.N.D- CIVILACTION
Legal 4/500 at the SANTA ROSAF UTES 4 SECONDS CASE NO.
IN THE CIRCUIT coated at 6815 CARO- O 330.ERSEEECT O DIVISION B

CUlT O D N RIHT- OFEWAY LIN T N, AS TRST EE
AND FOR SANTA 2009 the following de-OF .S. HIGHWAY 90 UNDER THE POOL-
ROSACOUNTY scribednpropder as set (STATE ROAD NO. 10, ING AND SERVICING
08001E600CA Final Judgment, to-wit: W4............. AGREEMEMD ED
DEUTSCHE BANK NA- UNIT "B", BUILDING 9, NORTH 73 DEGREES 2006, FREMONT
oPANY AS TRUSTEE CONDOMINIUM, AC- ONDS MEASTMLONG 206-D,

MUIP~~J"~ ANAY ET TECED-RAI HMOCe


THROUGH CERTIFI- DA8OF. JANUARY, EET;, THENCE DE- DAVID HAMRICK, et
THROUGH CERTIFI- PART SAID MONU- al
CATES, 'SERIES 1981, AND RE: PART SAID MENU- al.
2007-OT, SERIES CORDED ON THE RENTED SOUTHERLY Defendantss.
Plaintiff, 22ND DAY OF MAY, RIGHT-OF WAY LINE
S1981, IN OFFICIAL SOUTH 04 DEGREES NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SRECORDS BOOK 545 30 MINUTES 55 SEC- SURE SALE
S AT PAGE 4, OF THE ONDS EAST A DIS-
INGRID T. EATON, et PUBLIC RECORDS TO THE 3O G3 V NOurIan tI HE
al OF SANTA ROSA FEET TO THL POINT GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
endants COUNTY, FLORIDA OF BEGINNING, BE- nal Judgment of Mort-
eenas. TOGETHER WITH ALL ING LOT 2, BLOCK 2, gage Foreclosure
NOTICE OFFORE- ETHER PPURTE- OF AN UNRECORDED dated April 02, 2009
CLOSUREsALE g NANCES, INCLUD- SUBDIVISION, and entered In Case
ING, WITHOUT LIMI- No. 57-2008-CA-0013
NOTICE IS HEREBY TATION, ITS UNDI- Any person claiming an 24 of the Circuit Court
VIDED INTEREST IN Interest 'In the surplus of the FIRST Judicial


MITO


MILTONa


Circuit in and for
SANTA ROSA County,
Florida wherein HSBC
BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE
POOLING AND SERV-
ICING AGREEMENT.
DATED AS OF NO-
VEMBER 1, 2006, FRE-
MONT' HOME LOAN
TRUST 2006-D, is the
Plaintiff. and DAVID
HAMRICK; JAMES R.
CIFERS; TIA D.
CIFERS; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN. PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE,, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at STEPS
OF THE SANTA ROSA
COUNTY. COURT-
HOUSE at 11:00AM, on
the 27 day of May,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said, Final Judg-
ment:
THAT PORTION OF
SECTION 32, TOWN-
SHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 29 WEST,
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
/
COMMENCING AT A
CONCRETE MONU-
MENT MARKING THE
SOUTHEAST COR-
NER OF THE NORTH-
EAST QUARTER OF
SAID SECTION 32;
THENCE NORTH 89
DEGREES 37 MIN-
UTES 36 SECONDS
WEST ALONG THE'
SOUTH LINE OF SAID
NORTHEAST QUAR-
TER FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 761.15
FEET; THENCE
NORTH 00 DEGREES
18 MINUTES 11 SEC-
ONDS EAST FOR A
DISTANCE OF
1025.17 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINN-
ING; THENCE CON-
TINUE .SAME


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Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the
2 day of April, 2009,
and entered in Case
No. 57-2008-CA-0020
46, of the Circuit' Court
of the 1ST Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
-wherein DEUTSCHE
BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEE FOR MOR-
GAN STANLEY, MSAC
2007-NC2 is the Plain-
tiff and CAROL WILEY;
THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF CAROL
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TANCE OF 200.00 BOX H, MILTON FL,
FEET; THENCE NOTICE IS HEREBY 32570. If hearing im-
NORTH 89 DEGREES GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- paired, contact (TDD)
41 MINUTES 49 SEC- nal Judgment of Fore- 8009558771 via Florida
ONDS WEST A DIS- closure dated April 3, Relay System.
TANCE OF 175.00 09, and entered in
FEET TO THE EAST- Case No. 08001326CA, Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY of the Circuit Court of Attorneys for Plaintifft
LINE OF BROOKS the First Judicial Circuit 2901. Stirling Road,
LANE (50 FOOT in and for SANTA Suite 300
RIGHT OF WAY); ROSA County, Florida Fort Lauderdale, Flor-
THENCE SOUTH 00 wherein EQUITY ONE, ida 33312
DEGREES 18 MIN- INC., is the Plaintiff and Telephone: (305)
UTES 1.1 SECONDS JOHN A. TELLIS; ANN 770-4100
WEST ALONG SAID MARIE POULLARD; Fax: (305) 653-2329
EASTERLY RIGHT OF UNKNOWN SPOUSE
WAY LINE A DIS- OF JOHN A. TELLIS; 041109
TANCE OF 200.00 UNKNOWN SPOUSE 041809
FEET; THENCE OF ANN MARIE 4/505
SOUTH 89 DEGREES POULLARD; UN-
41 MINUTES 49 SEC- KNOWN TENANT #1;
ONDS EAST A DIS- UNKNOWN TENANT Legal 4/506
TANCE OF 175.00 #2 are the Defendants.
FEET TO. THE POINT I will sell to the highest IN THE CIRCUIT
OF BEGINNING. and best bidder for COURT OF THE 1ST
cash at Santa Rosa JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
A/K/A 5650 BROOKS County Courthouse, AND FOR SANTA
LANE, MILTON, FL 801 Caroline St., Mil- ROSA COUNTY,
32571 ton, FI, at 11:00 AM on FLORIDA
July 9, 2009, the fol- CIVIL DIVISION
Any person claiming lowing described prop- CASE NO.:
an interest in the sur- erty as set forth in said 57-2008-CA-002046
plus from the sale, if Final Judgment, to wit:
any, other than the DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
property owner as of LOT 22, BLOCK C, TIONAL TRUST COM-
the date of the LIs ,COMMODORE -PARK, PANY, AS TRUSTEE
Pendens must file,a A SUBDIVISION AC- FOR MORGAN STAN-
claim within sixty (60) CORDING TO .THE LEY, MSAC 2007-NC2,
days after the sale. PLAT THEREOF, AS. Plaintiff,
RECORDED*, IN PLAT vs.
.WITNESS MY :HAND BOOK "C" AT PAGE
and the seal of this 156 OF THE PUBLIC CAROL WILEY; THE
Court on April 3, 2009. RECORDS OF SANTA UNKNOWN SPOUSE
ROSA COUNTY FLOR- OF CAROL WILEY; UN-
Mary M. Johnson IDA. KNOWN TENANT (S);
Clerk of the Circuit IN POSSESSION OF
Court Any person claiming an THE SUBJECT PROP-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL interest in the surplus ERTY
By: Susan Land from the sale, if any, Defendants.
Deputy Clerk other than the property
owner as of the date of NOTICE OF FORE-
041109 the lis pendens must CLOSURE SALE
041809 file a 'claim within 60
4/504 days after the sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY


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DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANT
(S) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are de-
fendants. I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at the
NORTH FRONT STEPS
OF COURTHOUSE at
the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse in Milton,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 29 day of May,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
LOTS 3 AND 4,
BLOCK U, CHAFFIN
ADDITION, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN DEED
BOOK 2, PAGE 255,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AND IS SIT-
UATE IN SECTION 34,
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 28 WEST.
ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
If you are a person With
a Disabilities who need
any accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding you are
entitled at no cost to
you to the provisions of
certain assistant please
contact Susan Land at
6865 Caroline Street
Milton, FL 32570,
850-983-1012 within 2
working days of this re-
ceipt bf this document.
If you .are hearing or
Voice impaired call
.1-800-955-8771. .
Dated this 3 day of
April, 2009.
Mary M. Johnson
Clerk Of The Circuit
Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Susan Land
Deputy Clerk
041109
041809
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MARY M. JOHNSON
As Clerk of the Court
Legal 4/505 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
IN' THE CIRCUIT As Deputy Clerk
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Dated this 3 day of,
CUlT OF FLORIDA IN April, '2009.
AND FOR. SANTA
ROSA COUNTY IMPORTANT
CASE NO. Ir, accordance with the
.08001326CA Amer.cans ir, Disabil-
ities Act, persons need-
EQUITY ONE, INC. ing a reasonable ac--
Plaintiff, commodation to partic-
vs. ipate in this proceeding
should no later: than
JOHN A. TELLIS et. al. seven (7) days prior,
Defendants. contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coor-
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that the undersigned cola, FL 32502 at least 11 UaW/J(.uu.OU, at:
Mary M. Johnson five days prior toDthe
Clerk of the Circuit proceeding. TDD
Court of Santa Rosa users1only: 1 n. 0 ,
County, Florida, will on 0 5-8771. p top
2009, at 11:00 a.m., on041109
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Legal 4/507 32570, offer for sale FLORIDA PROBATE through, under or
and sell at public out- DIVISION against the Defendants,
IN THE CIRCUIT cry to the highest and 57-2009-CP-108 who are not known to
COURT FOR SANTA best bidder for cash be dead or alive, and
ROSA COUNTY, the following described IN RE: ESTATE OF all parties having or
FLORIDA property situated in Emmett Eugene Wil- claiming to have any
CIVIL ACTION Santa Rosa County, liams right, title or interest in
CASE NO. Florida, to-wit: a/k/a Emmett E. the property described
08-1316-CA01-MTG-B Wiiams in the mortgage being
Unit B, Building 9, of Williams, foreclosed herein.
REGIONS BANK, etc. Sailwind, a condomin- Deceased.
Plaintiff, ium, according to the YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
v. Declaration of Condo- NOTICE TO CREDI- TIFIED that an action to
minium dated the 15th foreclose a mortgage
DAVID D. CARR, et al., day of January, 1981, on the following prop-
Defendants. and recorded in Official The administration of erty:
Records Book 545 at the estate of Emmett
NOTICE OF SALE Page 4 of the public Eugene Williams a/k/a LEASEHOLD INTER-
records of Santa Rosa Emmett E Williams EST IN AND TO THE
Notice is hereby given County, Florida; to- deceased, whose date FOLLOWINGBED PROPERTY
that, pursuant to a gether with an undivid- of death was February SCRIBED PROPERTY
Summary Judgment ied interest in and to 2 2009, is pendin in UNDER AND BY VIR-
entered in the the common elements the Circuit Court for TUE OF THAT CER-
above-styled cause in appurtenant thereto as Santa Rosa County, TAIN MASTER LEASE
the Circuit Court of described in said Dec- Florida, Probate Divi RECORDED IN OFFI-
Santa Rosa County, laration; all in accord- sion, the address of CIAL RECORDS
Florida, the Clerk of ance with and subject, whih is 665 Caroline BOOK 453 AT PAGE
Santa Rosa County will however, to all of the Street, Milton, Florida 503, WITH ADDEN-
sell the property situ- provisions of said Dec- 32570-0472. The DUM TO LEASE RE-
ated in Santa Rosa laration of Condomin- names and addresses CORDED IN OFFICIAL
County, Florida, de- ium of Sailwind names personal re- RECORDS BOOK 596,
scribed as: Condominium, a sentative nd the per- AT PAGE 745; AND
condominium. sentat rersentativs AMENDED AND RE-
Descrptlon of Mort- This sale is made pur- attorney are set forth STATED LEASE
aaaed and Personal suant to the Final Judg- atbelow. AGREEMENT RE-
Prooertv ment of Foreclosure CORDED IN OFFICIAL
entered in a case pend- All creditors of the de- RECORDS BOOK
See Exhibit "A" ing in the Circuit Court deand other er- 2178, AT PAGE 324,
of Santa Rosa County, cedes t and other per- AS AMENDED IN OF-
EXHIBIT"I' Florida, the style of demands agaims o FICIAL RECORDS
which is: demacedent's estate on BOOK 2284, AT PAGE
ALL THAT CERTAINwhom decedent's estate onf this 202, ALL OF THE
LAND SITUATE IN SAILWIND CONDO- notice isa required oftoh b PUBLIC RECORDS
SANTA ROSA MINIUM ASSOCIATION served must 'file their OF ESCAMBIA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. INC a Florida claims with this court NTY, FLORIDA;
,VIZ: not-for-profit corpora- WITHIN THE LATER UNIT 2, BUENA VIDA,
tion, n OF 3 nMONTHS- AFTER I UA VIOA,
COMMENCE AT THE THE TIME OFTHE. A SUBDIVISION OF A
SOUTHWEST COR- Plaintiff, FIRST PUBLICATION PORTION OF SANTA
NER OF SECTION 36, vs. OF THIS NOTICE OR ROSA ISLAND IN
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, HENDER- 30 DAYS AFTER THE TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
RANGE 29 WEST, CLAYTON R HENDER- DATE OF SERVICE OF RANGE 26 WEST, NA-
SANTA ROSA SON, A COPY OF'THIS NO- VARRE BEACH,
COUNTY, FLORIDA; Defendant. TICEON THEM ESCAMBIA AND
THENCE GO NORTH. SANTA ROSA COUN-
01 DEGREES'37 MIN- and the docket number All other creditors of TIES, FLORIDA, AC-
UTES 30 SECONDS of which is number the decedent 'and other CORDING TO THE
EAST ALONG THE Case No. persons havin claims PLAT THEREOF RE-
WEST LINE OF SEC- 2008-CA-000138. persons having c aims CORDED IN PLAT
TION 36 A DISTANCE or demands against BOOK 11, AT PAGE
OF 1366.97 FEET; ANY PERSON CLAIM- fe thde r ain thmu 73, OF THE PUBLIC
THENCE DEPARTING ING AN INTEREST IN court WITHIN 3 RECORDS OF
SAID WEST LINE GO THE SURPLUS FROM MONTHS AFTER, TH ESCAMBIA COUNTY,
SOUTH 88 DEGREES THE SALE, IF ANY, DATE OF THE FIRST FLORIDA AND IN
58 MINUTES 59 SEC- OTHER THAN THE PUBLICATION OF PLAT BOOK "C", AT
ONDS EAST ALONG PROPERTY OWNER THIS NOTICE. PAGE 185, OF THE
THE SOUTH LINE LINE AS OF THE DATE OF "' PUBLIC RECORDS
OF THE NORTHWEST THE LIS PENDENS ALL CLAIMS NOT OF SANTA ROSA
QUARTER OF THE MUST FILE A CLAIM FILED WITHIN THE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
SOUTHWEST QUAR- WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- TIME PERIODS SET
TER OF SAID SEC- TER THE SALE. FORTH IN SECTION has been filed against
TION 36 (PER A SUR- 733.702 OFTHEFLOR- you and you are re-
VEY BY PANHANDLE WITNESS my hand and IDA PR733.702 OF THE FLODE quired to serve a copy
LAND SURVEYING the official seal of this WILL 'BE FOREVER of your written de-
COMPANY DATED Honorable Court, this 3 fARRED tenses, if any, to it on
6-15-87) A DISTANCE day of April, 2009. BARRED. DAVID J. STERN, ESQ.
OF 274.54 FEET TO NOTWITHSTANDING Plaintiffs attorney,
THE POINT OF BEGIN- MARY M. JOHNSON TH TIME PERIOD whose address is 900
NING; THENCE CON- Clerk of the Circuit SET FORTH ABOVE South Pine Island Road
TINUE SOUTH 88 DE- Court ANY CLAIM FILED #400, Plantation, FL
GREES 58% MINUTES Santa Rosa County, TWO (2) YEARS OR 33324-3920 on or be-
59 SECONbS EAST Florida " MORE AFTER THE fore May 20, 2009, (no
ALONG SAID SOUTH CIRCUIT COURT SEAL DECEDENT'S DATE OF later than 30 days from
UNE A DISTANCE OF By: Brandy Norris DEATH'IS PARRED the date of the first
626.18 FEET; THENCE Deputy Clerk publication of this no-
DEPARTING' SAID The date of first publi- tice of action) and file
SOUTH LINE GO 041109 cation of this notice is the original, with the
NORTH. 01 DEGREES 041809 Ati ol tinot clerk of this court either
36, MINUTES 35 SEC- 4/508 'April11, 2009. before service on
ONDS EAST A DIS- _____ _______ Attorney for Personal Plaintiff's attorney or
TANCE OF 208.71 Legal 4/509 Representative: immediately thereafter;
FEET; THENCE GO otherwise a default will
SOUTH 88 DEGREES IN THE CIRCUIT /s/ Jack Locklin, Jr. be entered against you
58 MINUTES 59 SEC- COURT OF THE Florida Bar No. 243167 for the relief demanded
ONDS EAST. A DIS- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Locklin, Jones & Saba, in the complaint or peti-
TANCE OF 417.42 CUIT IN AND FOR A. tion filed herein.
FEET TO THE APPAR- SANTA T ROSA 6460 Justice Aven'uemy hand and
ENT WESTERLY COUNTY FLORIDA Milton, Florida 32570 WITNESS my hand and
RIGHT OF WAY LINE CASE NO.: Telephone: (850) the seal of this Court at
OF BAKER ROAD (R/W 08-1189-CA 623-2500 SANTA ROSA Couity,
UNDERTERMINED); Florida, this 8 day of
THENCE. GO: NORTH HOLLEY BY THE SEA Personal .Representa- April, 2009.
01 DEGREES 36 MIN- IMPROVEMENT ASSO- tive: -
UTES 35 SECONDS CIATION; INC., a Flor- /s/ Mary F. Williams Mary M. Johnson
EAST ALONG SAID ida'nt-for-profit" corpo- Mary F. Williams CLERK OF THE CIR-
R/W LINE A DISTANCE ration, 2739 Drewe Lane CUlT COURT
OF 208.71 FEET; J Florida2565 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
THENCE DEPARTING Plaintiff, Jay, Florida 32565 BY: Susan Land
SAID R/W LINE GO v 041109 DEPUTY CLERK
NORTH 88 DEGREES 041809
58, MINUTES 59 SEC- EDWARD C. BESOZZI, 4/510 AW OFFICES OF DA-
ONDS WEST A DIS- VID J. STER"
TANCE OF 1043.60 Defendant(s). ATTORNEY: FOR
FEET; THENCE GO PLAINTIFF
SOUTH 01 DEGREES NOTICE OF FORE- 900 SOUTH PINE IS-
36 MINUTES 35 SEC- CLOSURE SALE LAND ROAD SUITE
ONDS WEST A. DIS- 400
TANCE OF 417.42 NOTICE IS HEREBY Lega! 4/514 PLANTATION, FL
FEET TO THE POINT GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 33324-3920
OF BEGINNING. nal Judgment of Fore- IN THE CIRCUIT
closure dated the 25 COURT OF THE 1ST 041809
The. street address of day of March, 2009, en- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 042509
which is 5527 Baker tered in Case No. AND FOR SANTA 4/514
Road, Milton, FL 08-CA-1189 of the Cir- ROSA. COUNTY,
32570. cuit Court of the 1st Ju- FLORIDA
dicial'Circuit in and for GENERAL JURISDIC-
at a Public Sale, to the Santa 'Rosa County, TION DIVISION Legal 4/515
highest bidder, for Florida, I will sell to the CASE, NO: TH
cash, at,the.North front highest and best bid- 5-2008-CA-001906 DIV IN THE CIRCUIT
door of the Santa Rosa der for cash at the front B COURT IN AND FOR
County Courthouse, door of the Santa Rosa SANTA ROSA
6865 S.W. Caroline County Court House, INDYMAC FEDERAL COUNTY, FLORIDA
Street, Milton, Florida located at 6865 Caro- BANK, FSB, F/K/A CIVIL DIVISION
32570 on I May 20, line. Street, Milton, FL INDYMAC BANK, FSB, CASE NO.:
2009 at 11:00 a.m. 32570, at 11:00 A.M. on PLAINTIFF, 09000031CA
the 12 day of May,, VS. DIVISION:
Any person claiming 2009, 'the following de-
an Interest in the sur- scribed property: ROBERT W. WALKUP GULF WINDS FED-
plus.funds from the A/K/A ROBERT ERAL CREDIT UNION
sale, if any, other than Lot 19, Block 241, WALKUP, ET AL., f/k/a MONSANTO EM-
the property owner, Holley by the Sea, ac- DEFENDANT(S). PLOYEES CREDIT UN-
as of the date of the cording to the Plat ION,
Us Pendens, must file thereof, as recorded NOTICE OF ACTION
a claim within 60 days In Plat Book B, Page CONSTRUCTIVE Plaintiff,
after the sale. 155, of the Public SERVICE
Records of Santa vs.
Dated: March 31, 2009. Rosa County, Florida. TO: ROBERT W. JEFFREY .
WALKUP A/K/A ROB- JEFFREY D. ANDER-
Mary M. Johnson ANY PERSON CLAIM- ERT WALKUP; SHEL- SON and ROBIN D.
Clerk of the Circuit ING AN INTEREST IN LEY WALKUP whose ANDERSON, Husband
Court THE' SURPLUS FROM residence is unknown if and Wife, GMAC
Santa Rosa County, THE SALE, IF. ANY,.he/she/they be living; MORTGAGE, LLC, a
Florida OTHER THAN THE and if he/she/they be Delaware Limited Lia-
CIRCUIT COURT SALE PROPERTY OWNER dead, the unknown de- ability .Company f/k/a
By: Brandy Norris AS OF THE DATE OF fendants who may be GMAC MORTGAGE
Deputy Clerk THE LIS PENDENS spouses, heirs, devi- CORPORATION, and
MUST FILE A CLAIM sees, grantees, assign- STATE OF FLORIDA
041109 WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- ees, lienors, creditors, DEPARTMENT OF
041809 TER THE SALE. trustees, and all parties REVENUE,
4/507 _________ claiming an interest by,-
Legaln4/508 Dated at Milton, Flor-
Legal 4/508ida, this 3 day of April,
IN THE CIRCUIT 2009. I
CANTA ROFA MARY JOHNSON I1

2008-CA-000138 'By: J. Watkn Serk H
DviLIon If you are a person Now Is The Time For Stocking
SAILWIND CONDO If you are a person
MINIUM ASSOCIATION wt a disabilIty' who 4-6" & 6-8" Channel Catfish
INC., a Florida needs any accommo hn a
not-for-profit corpora- dation in order to par. Largemouth Bass
Plaintiff, ceeding, your are en-
Painti, titled, at no cost to Black Crappie (If Available)
vs. you, the provisions oa
certain assistance. B
CLAYTON R. HENDER- Please contact Shell Bluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid)
SON, Sims, Chief Deputy
Defendant Clerk Administrator Redear
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Defendants. 2999 BAROCO ROAD- CLUDING ANY UN- tion of Mortgage, to $490 Sofa & Loveseat
MILTON, FL 32583 KNOWN SPOUSE OF Quiet Title and for Slan- set Microfiber, new in
NOTICE OF SALE SAID DEFENDANT(S), der of Title regarding box. Lifetime warr. Can
YOU ARE NOTIFIED IF REMARRIED, AND IF the following property deliver. 850-471-0330
Pursuant to the Sum- that an action to fore- DECEASED, THE RE- in Santa Rosa County,
mary Final Judgment of close a rmortgage on SPECTIVE UNKNOWN Florida: Mattress NEW Queen
Foreclosure entered in the following property HEIRS, DEVISEES, Mattress, NEW Queen
the above-captioned in SANTA ROSA GRANTEES, ASSIGN- LOT 62, BLOCK A, Pillowtop w/foundation.
cause pending in the County, Florida: EES, CREDITORS, COUNTRY BREEZE Factory sealed. Warr.
above Court, the un- LIENORS, AND TRUS- ESTATES, A SUBDIVI- $165 850471-0330
dersigned, MARY M. << SEE ATTACHED TEES, AND ALL SION OF A PORTION
JOHNSON, Clerk of the LEGAL DESCRIPTION OTHER PERSONS OF SECTION 7, Brand Name Pillowtop
above Court, will on the ON EXHIBIT X > CLAIMING BY, TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, Set, King, still in plas-
29 day of April, 2009, THROUGH UNDER RANGE 26 WEST, tic, warranty..$225. Call
between the hours of EXHIBIT "X' OR AGAINST THE SANTA ROSA 850-255-3050
11:00 a.m. and 2:00 (Legal Description) NAMED DEFEND- COUNTY, FLORIDA;
p.m., on the front steps ANT(S); UNKNOWN AS RECORDED IN 6
of the Courthouse at 1532423200 Patricia TENANT #1; UN- PLAT BOOK E PAGE in ft
6865. Caroline Street, Diane Lysek KNOWN TENANT #2; 70 OF THE PUBDLIC 0
Milton, Florida 32570, RECORDS OF SAID 3230
offer for sale and sell at EXHIBIT "C" Defendant(s). COUNTY
public outcry to the ESTATE SALE
highest bidder for cash Commence at the NOTICE OF ACTION has been filed against EVERYTHING A
the following described Northwest corner of you and you are re- MUST GO! a
property situate in the South 1/2 of the TO: EDWARD SEW- quired to serve a copy Pool table, Queen f
Santa Rosa County, Southwest 1/4 of Sec- ARD; IF LIVING, IN- of your written de- size bedroom set, a
Florida: tion 2' Township 2 CLUDING ANY UN- fenses, if any, to it on TV's, living room
South, Range 27 KNOWN SPOUSE OF Roy V. Andrews, attor- furniture, household
Commence at the West, Santa Rosa SAID. DEFENDANT(S), ney for Plaintiffs, whose items, linens, appli-
Southeast corner of County, Florida; IF REMARRIED, AND IF address is 5218 Willing'. ances, wardrobe,
Section 25, Township 2 Thence Run S 89 53' DECEASED, THE RE- Street, Milton, Florida 2002 Ford V2 car.
North, Range 30 West, 59" E along the North SPECTIVE UNKNOWN 32570, on or before Fri., April 24th
Santa Rosa County, line there of a dis- HEIRS, DEVISEES, May 25, 2009, and file 11.am until 5pm S
Florida; thence go tance of 888.83 feet to GRANTEES, ASSIGN- the original with the Sat. & Sun,
North 88 degrees 22 a 4" X 4" concrete EES, CREDITORS, clerk of this court either April 25th & 26th,
minutes 03 seconds monument with brass LIENORS, -AND TRUS- before service on the 9am until 5pm ._
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Southeast Quarter of continue S89 53' 08"E Mary M. Johnson
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minutes 11A seconds 08"E a distance. of ORDS OF SANTA 850-621-1616
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240.25 feet from the said easement. i FLORIDA. AMAZON PARROT W/
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Section 25,. Townnnip 2 fenses in the above 623-4053 Diane 4100 I
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AMERICANS WITH notice of' action, and Resident Resort Host
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CIRCUIT COURT TRATOR FOR THE 3130 | 5110 Money to Lend
SEAL CLERK OF THE MICHAEL J. BOULEY 10 Ln
By: Angela Dunn COURT NOT LATER and wife DOLORES P. AUCTIONI 882 Acres_ -
DeputyClerk THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR BOULEY, HUNTS VILLE
TO THE PROCEED- (ALABAMA) t CITY
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32503 042509 NOTICE OF ACTION
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SIN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO:
2009-CA-000013
DIVISION: A
U C N :
552009CA00001,3XX
CICI
WALTER MORTGAGE


FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2009 CA
480
TAYLOR, BEAN &
WHITAKER MORT-
GAGE CORP.,
Plaintiff,


COMPANY vs.
Plaintiff,
vs. EDWARD SEWARD;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
PATRICIA D. LYSE, OF EDWARD SEW-
A/K/A PATRICIA D' ARD; LORI SEWARD;
PATE; JOHN DOE; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF LORI SEWARD; IS-
Defendant (s). ABEL M. JENKINS; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
NOTICE OF ACTION ISABEL M. JENKINS;
ISABEL M. JENKINS,
TO THE FOLLOWING AS TRUSTEE OF THE
DEFENDANT (S): E. ELTON JENKINS
AND ISABEL M. JEN-
PATRICIA D, LYSEK KINS LIVING TRUST,
A/K/A PATRICIA D'' DATED NOVEMBER 1,
PATE 2001; IF LIVING, IN-


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62300n77 $200/dep. No pets. Bay-48
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