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UWF faculty and administration at impasse


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.com
Negotiators for the United
Faculty of Florida (UFF) at the
University of West Florida say
they have reached an impasse
with administration in regards
to faculty contract negotiations


for the upcoming year. Negotia-
tions have been at a stand-still
since May 26.
Amid a 15% tuition hike, in-
creased fees and administra-
tive proliferation amid faculty
and staff cuts, the faculty at the
University of West Florida re-
mains among the lowest paid


in the State University System.
In addition, they have not had a
cost of living adjustment in over
three years. Meanwhile, admin-
istrative positions are multiply-
ing and administrative salary
adjustments are up as much as
into the double-digits.
Chief negotiator for the Uni-


versity of West Florida UFF Dr.
Nicholas Power says faculty
lines at UWF are stagnant.,
"The increasing inefficiency
of the top-heavy UWF organiza-
tional structure is not what stu-
dents paying increased tuition
want to hear about, but ... a ta-
ble published in the online 2005


'UWF Fact Book' documents
administrative and professional
proliferation," says Power.
"From the dated materials
that we can access (covering a
15-year period ending with the
2004-2005 calendar year), one
See UWF A4


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JENI BOOKER SENTER and BILL GAMBLING
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On Tuesday, Naval Air Station Whit-
ing Field and Santa Rosa County
0 n'llesdaY, Naval Air Station Whit-
received approval authority from
the Office of the
Assistant Under Secre-
tary of the Navy to enter NAS wHI
into a limited use agree-
merit to allow the county to
use taxiways and runways lo-
cated at South Field, NASWF.
This approval conies alter six
years of negotiations and partner-
ing by the county, NAS Whiting Field, dc
Naval Southeast Command in Jack-
sonville, and ultimately the Office of the
Chief of Naval Operations.
The approval gives the go-ahead on the
planned 260-acre aviation park near NAS
Whiting Field.
The facility will be located three miles
east of Hwy. 87. 10 miles north of Interstate
10. It is zoned for heavy industry. 30 Miles
from the nearest port iPensacola'
Santa Rosa Cotuity Commissioner Don
Salter says limited access to and use of the
runways and taxiways will permit tenants


Aviation Park
l of approval

INNING EFFORTS | A4


in the proposed A0iation Park to use a 6.000-
foot runway to bring aircraft requiring main-
tenance to and from the park.
"With today's announcement, the county
can begin to work to finalize an agreement
with NAS Whiting Field that will make the
Whiting Aviation Park a re-
NG F IE LD ality and help to bring new.
well-paying jobs to the resi-
/ dents of Santa Rosa County,"
says Salter.
"As we move forward with fi-
nalizing the agreement and even-
S tual construction of the park, the
protection of the base's mission will
continue to be our ntuiber one prior-
ity he says.
This announcement marks a major
milestone in the relationship that has been
developed over the years between NAS
Whiting Field and Santa-Rosa County.
The TEAM Santa Rosa Economic Devel-
opment Council continues to look for indus-
try associated with-and benefiting from-
being located near a 6,000-foot runway.
Their website seeks to lure prospective
businesses by noting. "Test your aircraft
See NAVY A4


BILL GAMBLING I Press Gazette
Students at Jay High School bowed their heads and
recited the Lord's Prayer aloud after entering Royals
Gym Tuesday for graduation ceremonies.


Jay graduates

pray before


commencement


By BIL.L GAMBLING
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Graduations at Jay and
Milton High School held
their ceremonies:* without
any issues or problems.
Prior to the ceremony,
Jay Principal Dale West-
moreland gave his instruc-
tions to the Class of 2009.
After the ACLU sought
a contempt charge against
an employee for actions
at a banquet, the Santa
Rosa County School Board
handed down a policy on
who could speak at gradu-
ation.
Westmoreland told his
students to keep' in mind
the purpose they are here
and what the graduation
ceremony is all about.
Westmoreland told his
students to go out and en-
joy their night and to be
respectful of the valedicto,
rian and saluatorian who
have worked extremely
hard on their speeches.
After entering the gym
thepompand circumstance
silence was replaced .by
almost all of the students


reciting the Lord's Prayer
before taking their seats to
a rousing cheer from those
at graduation.
When asked about the
graduations, Santa Rosa
County School Superinten-
dent Tim Wyrosdick was
very proud of the class of
2009
"I have seen a lot of
great- students march
across the stage to receive
their diplomas and I feel
very fortunate to beat such
classy events."
Milton's graduation
went off without a hitch
and had long lines pro-
ceeding into each side of
Haywood-Hanna Stadium
for the festivities.
MHS Principal Buddy
Powell, who has completed
his first full yeai at Milton,
was on the field and con-
gratulated as many stu-
dents as he could for a job
well done this school year.
"We have a great school
and great students," said
Powell. "Jt is my privilege
to have worked with them
and to watch them gradu-
ate."


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Saturday, June 6, 2009


Children in Crisis, Inc.. breaks ground on next Home


Special to the Press Gazette
Children in Crisis, Inc.
held a groundbreaking
ceremony this week at the
Children's Neighborhood
and took another giant
step forward. Construction
on the next family foster
home will begin immedi-
ately. The first family fos-
ter home opened in Febru-
ary 2008 and has been at
maximum capacity since
opening.
According to Ken Hair,


CIC Executive Director,
"There is a severe short-
age of foster homes in our
community and one in four .
children are placed in a
home that is over capacity.
This causes siblings to be
separated, children to be
placed out of their home
county and moved from
foster home to foster home
-some as many as 10 times
per year. Each family fos-
ter home will help bridge
this shortage gap. Since
February 2008, we've pro-


vided a home and care to
over 100 children."
The major construc-
tion sponsors for the home
are the Doug Porter Fam-
ily and the Destin Charity
Wine Auction Foundation.
About 100 donors, fam-
ily .members, volunteers,
and community support-
ers attended the ground-
breaking event. The home
will be named "Sue Sue's
House" in memory of Su-
san Porter.
CIC, a local non-profit


charity, is building the
Neighborhood of foster
homes to provide a home
and establish hope to the
abused, neglected and
abandoned children of
Okaloosa, Walton, Santa
Rosa and Escambia coun-
ties. The Children's Neigh-
borhood also has an emer-
gency shelter for children
removed from an unsafe
home on short notice, a
neighborhood center, a
recreation center and a
playground with pavilion.


Ken Hair, CIC Executive Director welcomes the over
100 attendees to the CIC Children's Neighborhood
groundbreaking ceremony located on Hurlburt Field
Road in Wright.


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Charles R..McBride, 72,
went to be with the Lord
on Friday, May 29, 2009 in
Milton, FL.
He was born in Nelson-
ville, Ohio dn May 22, 1937
to Ralph and Lona Mc-
Bride. He was a member
of First UInited Method-
ist Church in Milton, FL,
where he participated in
the Mens Club, the Tues-
day Morning Volunteers
and Seekers SundaySchool
Class. He was also a mem-
ber of Family Promise of
Santa Rosa. He was part of
the Avalon Senior Bowling


League and a member of
the American Legion. He
was also a veteran of the
U.S. Army. He worked as a
building inspector for Oka-
loosa County until retire-
ment in 1999. He enjoyed
traveling.
He was preceded in
death by his father and one
brother, Alva McBride.
He is surviVed by his
loving wife-Lucille Mc-
Bride of Milton, FL, three
daughters-Glenna (Har-
ry) Anderson of Milton,
FL, Deborah (Ray) Petti
of Avondale, AZ and Anita


Pinto of Milton, FL and his
mother-Lona McBride of
Lancaster,. OH. He is also
survived by two brothers-
Bill and Ralph and four
sisters-Ada, Mary, Marie
and Betty all of Ohio; sev-
en grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
The family will welcome
friends on Sunday, May 31,
2009 from 6 8 p.m. at Na-
tional Cremation & Burial
Society. The Service was
held on Monday, June 1,
2009 at 11 a.m. at First
United Methodist Church
in Milton, FL with inter-


ment following at Milton
Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers dona-
tions may be made to Fam-
ily Promise of Santa Rosa,
6796 Alice Street, Milton,
FL or to the building fund
of First United Method-
ist Church, 6819 Berryhill
Road, Milton, FL.
National Cremation &
Burial Society has been
entrusted with the ar-
rangements.
Let the family know you
care. Sign the guest book
under news/obituaries at-
www.srpressgazette.com.


Jean Bailey Marcucci,
age 85, of Pensacola, FL,
passed from this life to be
with her Lord on Satur-'
day, May 30, 2009 in a lo-
cal care facility. She was
born on October 23, 1923
in Carlisle, Arkansas to
Wallace and Laura Bai-
ley. Jean graduated from
Fairview High School in
1942 then went on to get
her Secretarial certificate
from Draughon Business
University in Springfield,
Missouri. After employ-
ment in Springfield, she


returned to Neosha, Mis-
souri to work as a book-
keeper at Camp Crowder
during World War II. At
Camp Crowder she met
and mniarried her late hus-
band of 63 years, Robert
L. Marcucci. Jean is re-
membered as being a
beautiful seamstress and,
also, her love of painting
landscapes. She enjoyed
landscape planning and
working in her flower gar-
dens.
Jean is survived by her
four children-JoDena


(David) Johnson of Milton,
Florida, Ronnie (Laurel)'
Marcucci of Broomfield,
Colorado, Mark (Fred-
lyn) Marcucci, of Rancho
Cucamonga, California
and Tonya Marcucci of
Broomfield, Colorado;
eight grandchildren, 3
step grandchildren and 13
great grandchildren; and
one sister-Edra Putman
of Granby, Missouri and
a number of nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were
conducted Tuesday, June


2, 2009 at 8 a.m. at the cha-
pel of National Cremation
& Burial Society. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be
made to Covenant Hos-
pice, 5041 North 12th Av-
enue, Pensacola, Florida
32504.
National Cremation &
Burial Society of Milton
has been entrusted with
the arrangements.
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Pace, FL 32571; phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
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Milton, FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm-
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M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
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The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m.
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Jay Area Chamber holds meeting


Written By Brenda Gabbert

The Jay Area Chamber of Commerce
met Monday, June 1, at the Jay Commu-
nity Center. Lunch was catered by End-
less Delights.
Before lunch, a prayer was offered by
Jodie Butler. Then everyone stood for
the Pledge of Allegiance to the American
Flag.
Afterwards, Jodie Butler opened the
meeting in place of Jackie Ard, chamber
president. Thanks were given to the Es-
cambia River Electric Cooperative, Inc.
for the meal.
Guests, Robert Lasher of Edward
Jones, who will have a new office in
Brewton, AL; Paula Lewis, Jay Historical
Society secretary, and Kendra Dezarn of
United Way, were all introduced.
Minutes of the May meeting were read
and approved, as also the treasurer's re-
port.
Jodie Butler .gave the Military Affairs
Report. The meeting was combined with
Military Appreciation Day. A DVD put to--
gether by a student pilot was shown about
the training received at Whiting Field.'
Two NROTC students from Pace High


School talked about their training and
the help that they were able to give to the
community.
Three World War II veterans dis-
cussed their Emerald Coast Washington,
D.C. trip to see the World War II Memo-
rial. Cy Blackman, who served in the
European Theater, said that the trip was
"awesome." Walter Sullivan, who served
in the South Pacific Theater, said he en-
joyed seeing the Memorial and the people
who greeted them. Wyatt Johnson, who
served in the South Pacific, commented
that the trip was fantastic.
On May 30, there was a flag-raising
at the Milton Cemetery and a Civil War
re-enactment at the Bagdad Thompson
House..
On July 16, the Navy League will cel-
ebrated Military Appreciation in the Atri-
um, Whiting Field. Also, Military Spouse
Appreciation will be celebrated.
Jodie said that over $250,,000 in phone
cards have been sent to our military
troops overseas. There was no guest
speaker.
Shirley Raney reported on the Relay
for Life event, showed the memorial pho-
tograph of the survivors, and treasures


the event received.
Dot Diamond gave the report on the
Memorial Day service, sponsored by the
Jay Historical Society, that was held at
the Community Center May 24th. Oak-
land Ard was the MC and Captain Sadsad
was the guest speaker. About 120 people
were in attendance. Dot also spoke on the
Old Fashion Daythat will be held in May
of 2010 at the Jay City Park from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Admission and parking will be
free.
The Santa Rosa Virtual Museurn will
be at the Jay Library on June 16 to dis-
cuss the Oil Boom of Jay. Information and
photographs concerning this event will
be appreciated.
Membership letters will be sent out
soon. Individual memberships will be
$25.
All were saddened to hear of the pass-
ing of Louis Freels. She is the first to
pass away while serving oh the Jay Town
Council.
. Meeting was adjourned. The next
meeting will be July 6 at the Jay Commpu-
nity Center, 12 noon. Jay's-Mount Carmel
United Methodist Church will provide the
meal.


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American


Legion news

Written By Brenda Gabbert

Wanda Garrison, Secretary-Treasurer
of the American Legion Edeker-Dubose
Auxiliary Unit 121, Jay, and Vice Presi-
dent of Unit 121, Charline Warrick, at-
tended the First District Constitutional
Conference on Saturday, May 30, 2009 at
Legion Post 296, 311 Main Street, Des-
tin, Florida, Patricia Carpenter, First
District President.
Auxiliary Unit 121, Jay, received two
awards through the combined efforts of
the Unit 121 officers Brenda Gabbert,
president; Charline Warrick, vice presi-
dent; and Wanda Garrison, secretary-
treasurer.
The unit received two awards through
the combined efforts of the unit's officers.
They are: Certificate of Appreciation for
outstanding service as Unit American-
ism Chairman and an Appreciation Cita-
tion awarded to Group Participation for'
Public Relations Chairman.
After voting, the new First District'
President of the Auxiliary is Bessie
Moorer Bradshaw, taking over for out-
going Patricia Carpenter.


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Amen and thank you to
Our View in the June 3 edi-
tion of the Press Gazette.

Wednesday, 5:37 p.m.
This is Raymond and I
disagree with the article
Kim Fagan wrote. Sounds
like she is contradicting
herself. God has no respect
for man. We are to respect
God and are to honor and
praise. him Any way we
can. The ACLU, as I have
said is a cult for losers.
If people in America feel
they don't need God keep
-hanging on to man and see
what happens to ourecon-
omy. See if the ACLU can
take care of your 401K.

Wednesday, 4:51 p.m.
Please, please police
departments everywhere
go after the -people who
don't wear a safety belt.
Don't write them a ticket;
just tell them that you
will write them a ticket
Another young person
died yesterday who wasn't
wearing a seatbelt. Why
make a vehicle with a seat-
belt when people do not
wear it. It's like going in
a boat, if you don't wear, a


vest then don't go.

Wednesday, 3:55 p.m.
Okay in response to
the -Editors note in Speak
Out about Jay Seuklow. He
does depend on Christians
to do his job he has to do
to defend religious free-
doms. He has to do this,
unlike the ACLU who the
IRS allows contributions
to be made to them as tax
deductible. This is Helen.

Wednesday, 12:12 p.m.
Hi, my name is Marie.
I want to tell you I have a
young son 22 in college in
Lakeland, Fla., who is do-
ing beautiful. When he was
young he would pray for
his food and would pray
to God for a great day. He
would also thank Jesus for
tonight. I pray for people
who don't understand this.

Wednesday, 12:00 p.m.
Yeah, this is about the
lady who called on Satur-
day who said the ACLJ
would represent the
school board for free, but
every Saturday Jay Seuk-
low is asking for donations..
He would represent the
school board for free, btit


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for is so he can help these
groups. This would not
cost the school board and
the lady is wrong about it.
It is the community who
donates.

Tuesday, 11:53 p.m.
My name is Ken and
I wanted to comment on.
the, Graduation at Milton
High. My son and some
other seniors put a cross
onn their caps to honor
their faith, but was told
by Buddy Powell that if
they did not take them
off they would not be" al-
lowed to walk. I will be
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see if they will protect my
son's rights. If you agree"
Speak Out"

Monday, 4:16 p.m.
Yes, this is Raymond. I
would like to say that it is
about time all the ACLU
atheist to get behind me,
get out of my way, and
get of from under my feet
where Satan is suppose to
be. We are going to move
on and we are going to
do right for the children.
This is my pledge. Have a
blessed day.


Monday 3:17 p.m.',
My name is Joyce. I
would like to say I am so
proud of the Pace gradu-
ates for going out and say-
ing the Lord's Prayer It is
so wrong to take prayer out
of, schools. We need it now
more than ever. We need to
unite behind these young
people and stand up to be
heard. The two things this
nation was built on were
God'and prayer.

,Monday, 1:15 p.m.
Remember, freedom
of religion also means
freedom from religion. It
seems like it says some-
where "separation of
church and state". Correct
me if I'm wrong.

Monday, 1:01 p.m.
Hello, in your May 30,
2009 edition someone in
your "Speak Out" column
claimed that the ACLJ
offered to represent the
school board for free
against the ACLU lawsuit.
Can anyone confirm this? I
would like to know. Thank
you.


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In 2004 the county se-
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The firm was tasked
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'ture for the entire 269-acre
aviation park facility. It
included coordinating all
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Navy, such as joint use of
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Officials say the runway,
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.working to find ways to buy
land to reduce encroach-
ment for several years.
TEAM Santa Rosa of-
ficials noted last year that,
"Whiting Aviation Park
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hand while soaring aside
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can see a relative stagna-
tion of faculty lines. The
number of faculty. on cam-
pus as of 2008-2009 as re-
ported in the current UWF
Fact Book (355) is lower
than the numbers reported
for 1991-1998 and 2000-
2005, in spite of the push
for enrollment growth (we
have slightly more faculty
than we did in 1990 and the
same number as we had in
1999). In 2005, the ratio of
administrative and profes-
sional staff to faculty was
nearly one to one, up from
one to three in 1990. Some
of these are no doubt re-
quired by the transition to
a local Board of Trustees
management structure,
and others by the new de-
mands of administering to
the 'whole student' and ca-
tering to their on-campus
living and expectations of
living a full college life-
counseling centers, health
and fitness, drug and alco-
hol awareness, etc.-but
bloat is bloat," he says.
Power states the stick-
ing point in negotiations is
faculty salary.
"We are dead-last in the
average rate of all faculty
on the list [referring to
data drawn from the AAUP
2008 Economic Report on
the Status of the Profes-
sion]," says Power.
All Florida universities
in the State University
System are included in the
ranking.
Power says the fac-
ulty began by asking for a
three percent raise across
the board, but has made a
final offer of a one percent
raise for this year and a
one percent raise for next
year.
The administration has


"We are dead-last
in the average
rate of all faculty
on the list
(referring to data
drawn from the
AAUP 2008
Economic Report
on the Status of
the Profession)"

Dr. Nicholas Power
chief negotiator for the
University of West Florida

counter-offered with a one-
time $1,250 bonus, tied to
several other concessions
over anonymous student
evaluations, reduced re-
lease time, and others ac-
cording to Power.
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the impasse resolution
process will begin with
a hearing conducted at
the campus where all of
the unresolved bargain-
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the parties. The Special
Magistrate will make a
recommendation for the
resolution of the mat-
ters at impasse. Either
of the parties may reject
the recommendations of
the Special Magistrate.
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are then submitted to
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Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I AS


Burgulary activity on the rise


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Burglary activity has picked up
in Santa Rosa County with one ar-
rest and two more incidents wait-
ing to be solved.
One of those was armed rob-
bery early TIesday morning in
East Milton.
Shortly before 6 a.m., Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Deputies
responded to a hold-up alarm at
the Shell Station on Highway.87
South, just south of the Navarre
off-ramp on Interstate 10.
Upon arrival, the clerk said she
had just been robbed by a-suspect
brandishing a shotgun and Wear-
ing a ski mask The suspect was
described as a black male, approx-
imately 6 feet tall, dressed in black
knee-length shorts, a dark jacket,
black-and-white gloves, tennis
shoes (possibly Converse brand),
and a rediski-type mask.
The suspect came in the store
and came around the counter


CRIME STOPPERS
If you have any information
on the burglary atJ and J or the
robbery at the Shell Station on
Highway 87 South, you may contact
the Sheriff's Office at 983-1190 or
Santa Rosa County Crime Stoppers
at 437-STOP.
Information provided to Crime
Stoppers that leads to the arrest
of the suspect can result in a cash
reward of up to $1000.00.
ON THE WEB
A video from the Shell Station
robbery on Tuesday can be viewed
at www.srpressgazette.com.

armed with a shotgun, appearing
to have a pistol grip. The suspect
pointed the shotgun at the clerk
and demanded all of the money
from the cash register.
The clerk complied, and the
suspect exited the store with an
undisclosed amount of cash. The
suspect fled south and possibly


entered a dark-color two-door ve-
hicle with a tag that appeared to
have dark film over the plate.
No one was injured during the
robbery.
A burglary also occurred
Wednesday morning at J and J
Convenience Store on Highway 90.
Sgt. Scott Haines confirmed a
burglary occurred, but there was
no other information at the time to
be released.
And early Monday morning,
deputies responded to a business
alarm at the Kwik Shop Conve-
nience Store, 2515 Highway 87
South.
Deputies discovered when they
arrived that the front window of
the business had been shattered.
As deputies positioned themselves
around the building, they could
hear noises consistent with some-
one still being inside the business.
K-9 Deputy Bozard and her K-
9, Ix, responded to the scene to as-
sist. Bozard and Ix then prepared
to enter the store.


S Before en-
tering, Bozard
gave multiple
announcements
instructing the.
suspect to surren-
der, or Ix would be
released. There
RONALD was no response
WALSH from inside the
store.
Ix was then allowed to search
the store, and immediately went
to a walk-in cooler at the front of
the store. Ix began barking at the
cooler. Bozard immediately went
to the cooler and noticed a white
male suspect inside the cooler.
The suspect, later identified as
Ronald Walsh, refused to obey the
clear commands of Bozard and
other deputies. After numerous
requests for the suspect to place
his hands in view of the deputies
with no compliance, Ix was given
the command by Bozard to appre-
hend Walsh.
Walsh then complied, and Ix


was commanded to release Walsh.
Walsh was then taken into custody-
by deputies. Walsh was checked
by emergency personnel at the
scene, and he didn't require any
emergency intervention or hospi-
talization.
He was charged with burglary,
obstruction by disguise, and crim-
inal mischief. Walsh had his bond
set at $6,500, but is on hold due to
charges involving other agencies.
Walsh, who provided deputies
with a false name, has two out-
standing warrants for his arrest.
One is the Bay Minette (Ala.) Po-
lice Department, and the other is
the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice. Both warrants are for viola-
tion of probation.
His true identity was not
known until he was fingerprinted
at the Santa Rosa County Jail. It
appeared that while Walsh was
inside the store, he was attempt-
ing to steal cigarettes and had also
tampered with the ATM, accord-
ing to the Sheriff's Office.


Escambia County court judge candidate names released


The First Circuit Judicial Nom-
inating Commission has released
the names of those seeking the
position of county court judge in
Escambia County.
On the list are 23 applicants,
including Santa Rosa County At-
torney Tom Dannheisser.
Dannheisser has served as the
Santa Rosa County Attorney since
April 1986.
For Dannheisser, this is an op-
portunity he would look forward to.
"I would be honored if I am se-


elected said Dannheisser, who ap-
plied for a similar position some 15
years ago as a young attorney. "I
enjoy what I am doing now, and I
find it very challenging, but this is
something I have been interested
in doing for some time."
The other applicants are:
Douglas Reed Ammon, Mike
Burns, Clinton Alan Couch, John
Rhett Dickinson, Maureen- Duig-
nan, Susan Taylor Guttman, Mi-
chelle Avignone mInere, Thomas R.
Jenkins, Keith Anthony Mclver,


Johnny Miller Jr., Will Nelson,
Charles V, Peppler, Eugene K
Polk, Fred t. Ratchford Jr., Ronald
Scott Ritchie, David Harold Rim-
mer, Coleman Lee Robinson, Eric
D. Schurger, John E Simon, Clara
E. Smith, Lanell Williams and Pa-
tricia Buchanan Wright.
In an effort to select the most
qualified candidates for submis-
sion to Gov. Charlie Crist for
consideration, the commission
implores the public and the legal
community to provide any perti-


nent information about any appli-
cant of which you have personal
knowledge. Comments may in-
clude (but are not limited to) the
particular candidate's:
* 1. Personal attributes (i.e., per-
sonal integrity, moral conduct,
ethics);
2. Competency and experience
(professional reputation, k.iowl-
edge of the law and knowledge
of and experience in the court in-
volved); and
3. Judicial capabilities (i.e., pa-


tience, decisiveness, courtesy, ci-
vility and temperament).
Commentsshouldbeaddressed
to Wanda J. Clapp, Chair, Judi-
cial Nominating Commission, 814
Shadow Lane, Suite C, Fort Walton
Beach, FL 32547, 850-862-1104, or
you may contact any commission
member directly by telephone.
Contact Clapp for a complete list
of commission members and their
telephone numbers. Comments
must be received before June 26
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Local


Saturday, June 6, 2009


Blck twig beetle




bores into local trees


By Theresa Friday
\Extension fa.ult-residtntial b.urtiulturt
I 'UF. IFFAS Santai Rf;i County

The warmer weather and frequent rains along the
" Gulf Coast has stimulated lush green growth in the
landscape. So when you notice a dead branch in a tree,.
you have to wonder what's going on. Dead twigs and
branches can be caused by several things, includ-
ing mechanical breakage by high winds.
Recently, however, we've seen several
trees affected by a common beetle.
Black twig borer beetles are
very small, about a sixteenth
of an inch long, and are one
of the few ambrosia-type
beetles to attack healthy
plants. Adult beetles H m
emerge during late Feb-
ruarv and re-enter new '
Stwigs in March. By April. B .
S they are hollowing out i..... .
the insides of these twigs.
developing galleries to
lay eggs. They also intro- .
duce a fungus into the bur-
row that produces a white
fungal "ambrosia" on which
their immature grubs feed.
The physical damage and the *I
fungus cause the infested twigs to
die back to the point of entry.
The black twig boreris native to Asia.
It was first collected in the United States at
Fort Lauderdale in 1941. By the mid 1970s, its range
extended northward to Tallahassee and Savannah, Ga.
The present distribution in the Southeast is along the
SCoastal Plain trom Texas to North Carolina.
While its most common host plant is the dogwood,
Sthe black twig borer beetle will attack up to 224 different
tree and shrub species. Known Florida hosts include red
maple, pecan, redbud. sweetgnum., Magnolia, willows and
blackgum.
The first sign of an infestation is the wilting of small
twigs and branches. This beetle only damages branches
that are approximately pencil size in diameter. These
small branches eventually die above the point of entry

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with the leaves turning brown, creating a flagging ef-
fect of numerous dead branches scattered throughout
the outer canopy of the tree. These dead twigs with their
brown leaves are what bring attention to the infested
trees.
If you notice these symptoms, look on the underside
of the affected twig or branch. Look for a perfectly round
hole about the size of pencil lead in diameter. Bending
the infested twig at the entry hole will result in
S it snapping and breaking. Sometimes you
might see the minute, shiny black
beetle or the white brood inside
the tiny hollowed-out area of
the twig at the point where it
snapped.
S Where practical, the
best control is to prune
Street limbs three to four
inches below the infest-
ed area. then remove
and destroy the limbs.
Though this insect
might cause lots of
Stwigs or branch tips to
Si.edie,ut is not considered a
major pest in landscape
trees and shrubs. Many
trees have lived with an in-
festation for years. Prdper
mulching, avoiding overfer-
tilization and irrigating during
Sdry weather should improve tree
health, allowing trees to better with-
stand attacks.
For more information, call your local Extension
Office or %iew an online University of Florida publication
at http:..edis.ifas ufl edullN577.
Theresa Friday is the Residential Horticulture Ex-
tension Agent for Santa Rosa County The use of'trade
names. if used in this article. is solely for the purpose
of providing specific information It is not guarantee.
warranty, or endorsement of the product namneisl and
does not signify that they are approved to the exclusion
ofoth ers.
For additional information about all Qf the county
extension services and other articles qf interest go to.
http-.',saontarosa.ifas.ufl.edu.


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than 20 million people. Capitol Hill Ocean
Week is calling attention to the vital link be-
tween the ocean and our economy. The Gulf
of Mexico Alliance will showcase successes
of the work it has done and the work to be
achieved in keeping the vast resource, the
Gulf of Mexico, resilient.
Building on accomplishments of the first
Action Plan, the Gulf States and their part-
ners developed the Governors' Action Plan
II, a five-year regional plan that looks to ex-
pand partnerships, focusing on six priority
issues including: water quality for healthy
beaches and seafood, habitat conservation
and restoration, ecosystems integration and
assessment, reducing nutrient impacts to
coastal ecosystems, coastal community re-
silience and environmental education. The
Alliance has set up a strategy to accomplish
real results for a healthy future of the Gulf
Coast. To view the Governors' Action Plan
II, please visit wwwgulfofmexicoalliance.
org.
The opportunities for the average citizen
to learn, engage and improve the health of
the Gulf of Mexico are vast, and the Alliance
is working to increase awareness about these
opportunities. To accompany the rollout of
Action Plan II, the GOMA Environmental
Education Network is announcing the official
launch of its new Web site, wwwgulfalliance
education.org, to inform the public about
current happenings in the world of the Gulf
Coast.
The site is designed to be a resource for
all Gulf State citizens, visitors and educa-
tors, featuring an RSS feed with the latest
Gulf Coast news, a digital library focused on
the most important issues facing the Gulf
of Mexico, environmental education proj-
ects that are making a definite difference
in the health of the Gulf, and opportunities
like events, volunteering, funding and jobs.
Soon to come is an Educator Resource sec-
tion that offers lesson plans, data and tools
for teachers to incorporate in their class
rooms.
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance will have an
active presence at Capitol Hill Ocean Week
with a shared goal in protecting our oceans
for the future of our nation's economy. The
Governors' Action Plan II emphasizes how
the Alliance provides balanced stewardship
of Gulf resources to preserve the financial se-
curity and unique character found in all Gulf
communities.
The new GOMA Environmental Educa-
tion site will be bridging the gap between
the Alliance and the public by letting people
know about important issues facing the Gulf
Cbast, including a What You Can Do section
and opportunities to engage with nature
locally.


Florida DEP continues restoration of rivers, lakes, estuaries


Florida has marked another
milestone in its comprehensive
strategy to address water body
restorations around the state.
Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection (DEP) Secre-'
tary Michael W Sole has signed
three orders identifying water
bodies for water quality improve-
ment goals. The waters identified
for restoration include waters in
the Group 5, Group 1 and Group 2
basins. Florida's 52 major basins
have been divided into five groups
of basins, and a five-year rotating
basin approach is used to moni-
tor and assess waters, to develop
and adopt Total Maximum Daily
Loads (TMDLs) for those wa-
ters that do not meet their water
quality standards arid to develop
Basin Management Action Plans,
where appropriate, to serve as
the blueprint for restoring the
impaired waters.
The Group 5 lists of impaired
waters originally were adopted
on December 12, 2007, as part
of the first rotating basin cycle.
These lists are being revised to
add waters found to be impaired
based on additional data and
water quality assessments. The
Group 5 waters identified for res-


toration are in the Perdido, Up-
per East Coast, Indian River La-
goon, Springs Coast, Everglades,
and Florida Keys basins. DEP
has performed a total of 4,045 pa-
rameter assessments covering
576 water bodies in these basins.
Of the 4045 assessments, ap-
proximately 18 percent of those
assessments are verified as. im-
paired for nutrients, 24 percent
are impaired for bacteria, and 4
percent are impaired for metals.
The Group 1 waters identi-
fied for restoration are in the
St. Marks/Ochlockonee River
Basins, the Suwannee/Santa Fe
River Basins, the Ocklawaha
River Basin, Tampa Bay, Lake
Okeechobee and its Northeast
Tributaries and the Everglades
West Coast Basin. These lists of
impaired waters originally were
adopted on June 3, 2008, but have
been revised to add impaired
waters for which additional data
and assessment work were com-
pleted. These lists represent the
impairment status of 1,767 water
bodies assessed during the sec-
ond five-year rotation. For these
1,767 water bodies, more than
10,000 parameter assessments
were performed, and approxi-


mately 24 percent of these are
verified as impaired for nutri-
ents, 35 percent for bacteria and
4 percent for metals.
The Group 2 waters also have
been assessed during the sec-
ond cycle of the rotating basin
approach. The waters identified
for restoration are in the Apala-
chicola-Chipola, Lower St. Johns,
Middle St. Johns, St. Lucie-Loxa-
hatchee, Tampa Bay Tributar-
ies and Charlotte Harbor basins.
Within these basins, a total of
1,662 water bodies were assessed,
encompassing 12,388 separate pa-
rameter assessments. From the
12,388 assessments performed, 35
percent of them were determined
to be impaired for nutrients, 34
percent for bacteria and approxi-
mately 2 percent for metals.
"Due to the diligent work of
our scientists and staff, in co-


operation with local watershed
stakeholders, we have completed
our next round of detailed as-
sessments to identify impaired
waterways," Sole, the DEP sec-
retary, said. "This complex effort
underscores the state's commit-
ment to the environment through
science and will be the founda-
tion for restoration, water qual-
ity improvements and healthier
natural resources."
Under the federal Clean Wa-
ter Act, each state in the nation
must identify impaired rivers,
lakes and estuaries for clean-
up. Science-based pollution lim-
its, called Total Maximum Daily
Loads (TMDLs), are then devel-
oped for each impaired water-
way. A TMDL is the maximum
amount of a specific pollutant a
water body can absorb and still
meet its designated uses, such as


fishing, swimming, shellfish har-
vesting or as a source of drinking
water. In 1999, Florida adopted a
nationally-recognized program
to govern TMDL development
and implementation.
As the next step, DEP will
work with federal and local gov-
ernments, water management
districts, public and private utili-
ties, and industry, agriculture
and environmental groups to de-
velop, adopt and implement one
or more Basin Management Ac-
tion Plans (BMAPs).
Blueprints- for restoration,
BMAPs, lay out the actions to be
taken to reduce pollutant load-
ings and restore a water body.
The plans might include activi-
ties that will promote improved
farming practices and land use
planning, and increase wastewa-
ter and stormwater treatment to
reduce pollution. Development of
a detailed BMAP will be initiated
by mid-2009 to solidify a plan to
implement these target limits.
The Verified Lists of Impaired
Waters for the Group 5 Cycle 1,
Group 1 Cycle 2, and the Group
2 Cycle 2 basins can be found at
http://www.dep.state.fl.us/water/
tmdi/index.htm.


"This complex effort underscores
the state's commitment to the
environment through science."

Michael W. Sole
Secretary, Florida Department of Environmental Protection


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Saturday, June 6, 2009


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I A7


Girl Scouts join social networking revolution


JENI BOOKER SENTER
jsenter@srpressgazette.comn
According to a news release
from Holly Jones, the communi-
cations and marketing manager
for the Girl Scout Council of the
Florida Panhandle Inc., the Girl
Scout Council of the Florida Pan-
handle is reaching out to volun-
teers and girls by using the social
networking sites Facebook and
Twitter. Volunteers, parents and
girls can become "fans" on Face-
book. On Twitter, girls are able to
receive their own personalized


"tweets," while parents and vol-
unteers receive different tweets
that alert them to what is hap-
pening throughout the council.
"We are in the midst of the In-
ternet age, and it is important to
use it to its fullest potential," said
Holly Jones, Communication and
Marketing Manager. "By creating
a safe environment on the inter-
net; girls, parents and volunteers
are able to reach other members
in the council which has otherwise
been unavailable across the nine-
teen counties of the Panhandle."
To become a fan of Girl Scouts


on Facebook, search Girl Scout
Council of the Florida Panhandle.
Fans can find information about
upcoming events and other coun-
cil information. The social net-
working site will also alert a fan of
any event additions to the page. If
you want to become a follower on
Twitter, there is a girls-only page,
www.twitter.com/GSCFPgirl, and
a page for parents and volun-
teers, www.twitter.com/GSCF-
Padult. Girls will receive tweets
that help them to discover, con-
nect and take action in the world
around them. Parents and volun-


teers receive information about
council events and other related
information.
The Girl Scout Council of the
Florida Panhandle invites girls
from kindergarten to 12th grade to
join the adventure and empower
themselves through courage, con-
fidence and character to make the
world a better place. Currently,
the council serves 8,500 girls and
2,500 volunteers across 19 coun-
ties of the Florida Panhandle. To
volunteer or join Girl Scouts, con-
tact the local council office at 850-
434-1333 or visit www.gscfp.org.


ON TWITTER
Girls-only page: www.twitter.
com/GSCFPgirl
Parents and volunteers: www.
twitter.com/GSCFPadult
ON FACEBOOK
To become a fan of Girl Scouts
on Facebook, search Girl Scout
Council of the Florida Panhandle.
WANT TO JOIN?
To volunteer or join Girl Scouts,
call the local council office at 850-
434-1333 or visit www.gscfp.org .


Engagement

Davis, Knowles to marry
Dr. and Mrs. William Gerald Davis
of Hendersonville, Tenn., announce the
engagement and forthcoming marriage
of their daughter, Alicia Grace Qavis,
to Matthew Charles Knowles, son of
Susan and Dennis Johnson of Milton,
Fla., and Charles Knowles of Frederick
Maryland.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Beech High School and Samford
University. She is employed as a medical
sales distributor in Birmingham, Ala.
Matt is a graduate of Milton High
School and the University of West
Florida and received a master's degree
from UAB in Birmingham. He is
employed at Samford University as an
Athletic trainer.
The wedding will be held Saturday,
July 25, 2009, at Reid Chapel on the*
campus of Samford University in
Birmingham.


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OUR VIEW


What are the


courts thinking?

America never ceases to amaze us.
A man smokes cigarettes. He dies at 66
years of age after being deemed a "long-time
smoker."
The death is from lung cancer.
The man chose to smoke all those years
despite warnings.
A panel of six people awards the smoker's
widow $28.3-million.
This is the first of nearly 100 lawsuits like it
in the First Judicial Circuit of Florida.
When will this end? To us, the logic seems
simple: cigarettes have been proven to be
unhealthy, yet tobacco remains a legal prod-
uct. So, anyone should be able to "choose" to
smoke, but their surviving family members
should NOT be allowed to seek damages be-
cause their loved one made a poor decision.
What about those who suffer hemor-
rhoids?
Products like Preparation H are available.
They include warnings against taking the
product orally.
If someone ignores that warning and swal-
lows the product, can they sue?
Most jurorswould say, "you were warned."
Yet, when it comes to tobacco, different rules
seem to apply.
At the center of all of this: America's sud-
den unwillingness to accept ANY personal
responsibility /
Remember the lady who sued McDonald's
because she accidentally spilled coffee in her
lap and was burned? The result of that law-
suit: McDonald's coffee cups now carry a
warning label indicating the coffee is hot.
Isn't coffee typically served hot?
Was this of some degree of surprise to the
lady?
Did a store employee run by and spill the
coffee?
So, the accident was just that: an accident
... the result of the lady's own momentary
lack or coordination. Why should McDonald's
pay?
Remember the case of the burglar trying to
break into a school? He fell through the sky-
light. He then proceeded to sue the manufac-
turer of the skylight ... and won.
We often hear talk of tort reform, but we
see any real movement in that direction.
*Until some judge stands up for personal
responsibility, sends these would-be vul-
tures packing and fines them for taking up
the court's time, these ridiculous attempts at
grabbing money will continue.
There are tons of research showing to-
bacco is unhealthy, however there are always
those people (alive at 95) who note they've
smoked 4 packs a day for 70 years and never
got cancer.
We make this point only to say, in the end,
one can never absolutely prove a cancer vic-
tim ended up that way from smoking.
Even if it could be proved.. .we're left with
one nagging truth: tobacco is a legal product.
And so, we're brought back to personal re-
sponsibility.
Much like helmets for motorcycle riders,
we must admit those who wear helmets are
more likely to survive an accident, but there
will be those who ride without the protection.
If they then die in a wreck, should their survi-
vors be allowed to sue someone for not forc-
ing the rider to wear the helmet?
When arguments such as these are placed
before us, we see the ridiculous nature of it
all. Yet, we fail to see it when it appears before
us ... or before a court.



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Your VIEWPOINTS'


What is Wrong
with us now?
1. Righteousness exalteth a
nation, while sin is a reproach
to any people, and must, if per-
sisted in, pave the way to their
final destruction.
2. It is sadly true that a very
large portion of the population
are strangers to the genuine
spirit of the Christian religion,
and almost, if not altogether,
unacquainted with even the
history of its facts and the ex-
tent of its influence in the land
of our inheritance,
3. We are not teaching our
children morality or religion
we are teaching immorality
and irreligion, and this will de-
stroy our schools and our com-
munity.
4. And if in a representative
government like ours there
must be political divisions,
let there be a Christian party
that will vote for our religious
freedom. Christian men and
women, who will take a stand
for Jesus Christ our savior, our
connection to God Almighty.
5. Best way to kill our na-
tion is to take God out. And we
have done a good job at this,
and look at where our nation
is at, on the edge of destruc-
tion, states needing money
from the federal government,
the stock market drop, stores
low on product, and terrorism
everywhere. And now we in
Santa Rosa County are allow-
ing our religious freedom that
is our God given right to be
taken away from our children
and they can't even speak at


their own graduation. Are we
going to stand for this or are
we just going to lie down and
let the ACLU have their way.
The ACLJ offered to represent
the school board free of charge
and you did not take advan-
tage of that! Why? We can not
sit here and let them take our
rights away if we do nothing
then the next won't and the
next and the next then we will
have no rights and we will not
have an opportunity to correct
the problem because we gave
our rights away.

GENEBROXTON.
Class of 1977
Milton

Christians, don't get
into bondage again
Dear Editor,
You were right when you
said pretty soon we'll be a
"Don't ask, don't tell about
God" society.
The ACLU has succeeded
in putting some Christians in
bondage again. God sets free
people to do His will. Thank
God for Frank Lay allowing
prayer at a school banquet. In
this ungrateful world he knows
if it weren't for God, there'd
be no food. Every good and
perfect gift comes from God.
None of us has anything that
God didn't give us. He knows
like some of us it's better to
obey God than man.
The world needs to know
that we are condemned
already if we don't believe


on Jesus Christ. Preachers
should preach on John 3:17
and 18 when proclaiming John
3:16. *
Shame on the ACLU and
the two students at Pace High
imposing their views while
accusing Christians of that, the
pot calling the kettle black!
S The consent decree for
schools is bondage. Some
time ago I gave the former
superintendent and school
officials the name of groups,
Christian lawyers, who
defend Christians with some.
success. Thank God for the
American Center for Law
and Justice, Liberty Counsel,
The Rutherford Institute,
and the Alliance Defend Fund
(ADF). They defend Christians
without charge, depending on
donations. Their coffers are not
match for the Anti-Christian
Litigation Unit (ACLU) that
raised 258 million dollars and
are launching a 335 million
dollar fundraiser to continue
their assault on Christians and
keeping God out of the public
arena. For almost 90 years
they have been doing it while
Christians were ignorant or
afraid to show up.
ACLU founder Roger
Baldwin's philosophy by his
own pen is "I am for socialism,
disarmament, and ultimately
for abolishing the state itself.
as an instrument of violence
and compulsion. I seek social
ownership of property, the
abolition of the propertied class
and sole control by those who
produce wealth. Communism
is the goal!"


No wonder some believe
the ACLU is dangerous. Do its
members pledge allegiance to
Baldwin's declaration? If so,
doubly shame on them!
Shame on dhristians too
who tremble at the ACLU. They
should boldly rise up before it
is too late. They should have
the courage of David when he
slew the giant who declared "I
come against you in the Name
of the Lord."
The ACLU should be
"removed from society." This
is the very statement of a
Lousiana ACLU head said
about the school board that
allowed public prayers at a
school event. ADF attorneys
represented the school
district. The ACLU lost at the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the
5th Circuit. Sad-to-say it has
now sued again.
HowmanyAmericans know
that "ye shall know the truth
and the truth shall make (set)
you free" is displayed at CIA
Headquarters in Washington.
Were the truth about
the ACLU known by more
Americans they would fight
against them for trying to
silence the Christians.
Christians, don't get into
bondage again. Remember
Jesus set you free to do his
will. Fear not God doesn't give
His children "the spirit of fear,
but of power, and of love, and of
a sound mind."
God bless you as only he
can!

CHRYS HOLLEY
Milton, Florida


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Church


Saturday, June 6, 2009


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

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

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

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

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

Baptist ABA
Berryhill Road Baptist-
'ABA, 3095 Berryhill Road,
Milton
Bethel Missionary Baptist
ABA, 6178 Old Bagdad
Highway, Milton
Fellowship Baptist Church
ABA, 5223 Highway 90,
Pace
First Baptist Church
ABA of East Milton, 8178


S. Airport Road, East
Milton
First Missionary Baptist
- ABA, 3949 Pace Road,
Pace
Galilee Missionary Baptist-
ABA, Highway 90, West
Milton

Baptist
Avalon Baptist, 4316
Avalon Blvd., Milton
East Side Baptist, 4884
Ward Basin Road, Milton
Faith Baptist, 6423
Hamilton Bridge Road,
Milton
First Baptist'of Harold,
10585 Goodrange Drive,
Miltdn
Liberty Baptist Church,
6763 Margaret St.,
Milton
Mount Pilgrim Baptist,
5103 Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. St., Milton
St. John Divine Missionary
Baptist, 5363 St. Johns St.,
Milton

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

Baptist Southern
Avalon Baptist, 4316
Avalon Blvd., Milton
Berrydale Baptist Church,
6730 Highway 4, Jay
Billory 1st Baptist of
Holley-Novarre, Highway 87
North Holley
Blackwater Baptist, 11689
Munson Highway, Milton
Calvary Baptist, Highway
89, Allentown
Cora Baptist, 12953
Highway 197, Jay
East Side Baptist, 4884
Ward Basin Road, Milton
Ferris Hill Baptist, 6848
Chaffin St., Milton
First Bagdad Baptist, 4529
Forsyth St., Bagdad
First Baptist of Garcon
Point, 1780 Garcon Point
Road, Milton
First Baptist of Milton,
6797 Caroline St., Milton
Florida Baptist Convention,


3418 Ashmore Lane,
Pace
Floridatown Baptist, 3851
Diamond St., Pace
Harold First Baptist,
10585 Good Range Drive,
Milton
Harmony Ridge Baptist,
5536 Highway 90 W, Pace
Hickory Hammock Baptist,
Hickory Hammock Road,
E. Milton
Immanual Baptist, 4187
Highway 90, Pace
James Street Baptist, 6658
James St., Milton
Jay First Baptist, 214 S.
Alabama St., Jay
Living Truth Church
(Contemporary),
Meeting at S.S. Dixon
Intermediate School,
Pace
Mount Calvary So. Baptist,
5300 Berryhill Road
Milton
New Bethel Baptist, 10995
Chumuckla Highway,
Jay
New Life Baptist, 6380
Bayberry St., Milton
Mount Pleasant Baptist,
6151 Dogwood Drive,
Milton
Olivet Baptist, 5240
Dogwood Drive, Milton
Pine Level Baptist, 3300
Pine Level Church
Road, Jay
Pine Terrace Baptist, 6212
Pine Blossom Road,
Milton
Pleasant Home Baptist,
8500 Pleasant Home,
Munson
Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.,
6820 Highway 87 North
Milton,
Spring Hill Baptist Church,
9214 Munson Highway,
Milton
Wallace Baptist Church,
6601 Chumuckla
Highway
Woodbine Baptist Church,
4912 Woodbine Road,
Pace

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

Catholic
St. Rose of Limo Catholic
Church, 6457 Park Ave.
S.W. Milton

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


Church of Christ
Bagdad Chuch of Christ,
4413 Garcon Point
Highway, Bagdad
Berryhill Church of Christ,
3679 Berryhill Road,
Pace
Jay Church of Christ, E.
Highway 4, Jay
Morgaret Street Church of
Christ, 6745. Margaret St.,
Milton
McLellan Church of Christ,
Munson Highway, 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 K. Alabama St.,
Milton
World Church of God,
Milton Worship Center,
5177 Stewart St., Milton
Community Chapel Church
of God, 4300 Pace Lane,
south of Wal-Mart
Church of God in Christ,
5887 N. Stewart St.,
Milton

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

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

Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter
Day Saints
Church of-Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, 5737
Berryhill Road, Milton
Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints, 2828
Harvest Road, Jay
S Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, 1753 Sea
Lark Lane, Navarre

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

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


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

Independent
Grace Bible Church, 623
Chestnut, Milton

Interdenominational
Ken Sumerall Ministries,
4901 Forest Creek
Drive, Pace

Jehovah's
Witnesses
Jehovah's Witnesses,
Milton congregation, 5696
Berryhill Road, Milton

Lutheran
Eternal Trinity Lutheran
Church, 6076 Old Bagdad
Highway, Milton

Methodist
Christ United Methodist
Church, 5983 Dogwood
Drive, Milton
Chumuckla United
Methodist Church, 9475
Chumuckla Highway,
Jay
Elizabeth Chapel United
Methodist Church, 8008
Chumuckla Highway,
Pace
1st United Meth.Church
of Pace, 4540 Chumuckla
Highway, Pace
Woodbine United Methodist
Church,,5200 Woodbine,
Pace
Bagdad United Methodist
Church, 4540 Forsyth St.,
Bagdad
First United Methodist
.Church, 6830 Berryhill
Road, Milton
Jay United Methodist
Church, 300 S. Alabama
St., Jay
Mae Edwards Memorial
United Methodist Church, 5052
Mulat Road, Milton
Pineview United Methodist
Church, 1400 Pineview
Church Road, Jay
Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church, 4701
School Lane, Pace-
Woodbine United Methodist
Church, 5200 Woodbine
Road, Pace

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

Non-denominational
Christian Life Church, 4401
Avalon Blvd., Milton
Church of the Living God,


3375 Garcon Pt., Milton
New Hope Community
Church, Locklin Tech,
Berryhill, Milton
New Testament Church,
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
Shepherd House Ministries,
5739 N. Stewart St.,
Milton
Word Alive Christian
Church, 5707 Stewart St.,
Milton
West Milton Church of
Christ, 5300 Highway 90,
Pace

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

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

Presbyterian PCA
Westminster Presbyterian
Church PCA, 6659 Park
Ave., Milton

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

Primitive Baptist
Bethlehem Primitive
Baptist Church, 5339 Zero
Lane, Milton
Mount Zion Primitive
Baptist Church, 603 Fourth
Ave., Milton

Seventh-Day
Adventist
Milton Seventh-Day
Adventist Church, 5288
Berryhill Road, 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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Sunday School 9:00 a.m.


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Church Office: 623-8820 John F. Edwards, Pastor


Pace Community Church


Reaching Seekers, Building Believers


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

Affiliation...
* Non-denominational & Bible based
* Purpose Driven
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Where? 4310 North Spencerfield Rd. Pace 32571
When? 2 Great Services on Sunday at 9:30 am & 11:00 am


994-4310

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Ronnie Christian
Pastor


Morning Worship 10:0
Evening Worship 6:0
Wednesday Opportunities available
for all ages 6:30 p.m.


EPISCOPAL St. Mary's
CHURCH
an Episcopal Church

The Rev John Wallace
Services:
Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday ,School: 9:45 am
Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street Nursery provided for Sunday service
Milton, Florida 32570 www.stmarysmilton.com
Phone (850) 623-2905


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Local


Saturday, June 6, 2009


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junior Panthers


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\.H. Rhodes
"A' Honor Roll

3rd Grade
A\er Blacknion 'Hannah Mock
Barrn Cow anrt Gabe Nesier
Cainryn Gilliard Erin Nolan
Ellsj Gns\iold Mason Norwood
Alems Gnrizzard Elise Parker
Ha\le\ Henderson Emmna Perry
Kelse\ Hod2es Josepli Pool
Azhaniqiice Housion HIiannah Po\\ers
Courtne Hutzenbueliler MNlorg.ni Shirlev
Orion Johnson Garren Siephen
Brenrt Kaniper Olivia Suiers
Ashlei Lundquis i Kelsey Thorn
Ezra Nichener Alyssa Turner

4th Grade 5th Grade
Angel Biaggini Elilah Blackainore
MNary Capone Annabedi Bringgs
Georgia Farles Mari-Calthyn Cavazos
Cailli Harngill Sarah DeMNond
Mason Harris Jadanus Hill
Brianna Hunter Jusin Larson
AshJe Marinhewss Benjaiurn Thamnes
Krisiian Nearn Mikaela W\orleN
Adrian Odomi
Josiah Pool
Jamnes Poppe
Hex,\ 'ii Porter
Nleimn Predmore
Elizaete \|idrop Congratulations!
Nnialie Hi\\lliol
Alakenzie \Worwingion


Picking up marbles is an adventure
when y OLI use your toes.


A/B Honor Roll


Third Grade


Jolui Adams
Jazinie Beach
Deiuse Bell
E.an Bell
Aaliali Brown
Amber Bruce
Chris Dehart
BrodN Deloich
D\ Ilan Dublin
Katelyvi Durham
Julian Dmal
Jacob Gallagher
Bninte\ Goodwin
Eric Hanson
Indigo Herreion
Angel Hunt
Floresha Jolins
Kelly Kanter


Fifth Gra
George Beard
Kiara Brooks
Dominique Cale
Katie Chandler
Alexis Clark
Aunniun Stephen
Nick Gardner
Preston Thomas
Andre'w Harper
Rebecca Jalonio
Isabelle Lope/
Zachary \oinmaekl.


Joseph King
Tre'or Kno\
Marcelo Lopez
Briannah Lo\ e
Jasmine Martuin
Alexis McMillan
Allison Milbrun
Natalie Pardue
Parker Gav in
Sa\annah Reame\
Hunter Richardson
Carmen Rolin
Zaclhan Schia'o
Zachar n Scruges
Kendra Sizemore
India Smith
Orlando W ise
Santanna \\olford
Anam Klhan


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W. H. Rhodes has winners!

W. H. Rhodes Elementary takes 1st and 3rd place in the
Santa Rosa Speech Contest.


1st Place Winner is
5th grader Pierce Gilmore


3rd Place Winner is
4th grader Josiah Pool


Winner of the 200S 09
Youth Art Poster Contest Rookie of the Year



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r 'Congratulations to
g.de Ale G ar Mrs. Jenna Allen!
3rd grader Alexis Grizzard


Fourth Grade


Jasmine Betihea
Cameron BozemanI
Christopher Carter
Jailviu Collun-Ellis
Jer\ aungli Craig
Reuan Delabruere
Nikke Delagarza
Joshua Estrada
Leigh Geninr
Tvier Hiser
Keidra James
Zachary KJempke
Annika Knox
Sedi Martin
Colton MNellon
Logan Pins
Tra\ on Price
Sarah Proffitt
Diana Redden
Ashleigh Smiith
Jordan Stansbury


Katelinn Powers Bntiany Thomas
Alec Robe. Alexus Turner
Nakisa Russel Autuwimnn \alderaima
Chance Shell
Chase Shell KIle Delaureis
Kobi Floyd Hannah Temple
Tashlia Thaxiton Al ssa GrUzard .'
Hank Hard Amber Thorn ,
Alexis Tlhorpe Knristen Treadwva, '
Karlyn waters s W'illiam Johnson / I _
Jusnn Wheele TBler Wood
Jusun Weeks


AR Reader.
Kindergarten
Leah Bostic
Kendall Spencer
Thomas Walders
Sxdne\ Wisoni
NMelod PhIlui
Joshlua Pool
Eboni Creeknutir

1st Grade
Carol\ii Sanders
Diilun a Beihune
Tiesha MNicAllister
Summer Harbuck
Jaqueline Cue\as
Ja\sa MNrnuiez
Amielia Akins
Austin Stephens
Tonm Grahiam


Achievers
3rd Grade
Lane Merrin
Joseph King
Barry Co\ airt
Oli% ia Stiers
Gai in Parker
Spencer Copeland
Kelse Thliorn
Bnriarmali Lose
Jon.ithon Buirkes
A.jidionN Henry

4th Grade
Nikki Deltearza
Cailln Harrigill
Knsiiaii NearN
Tristin Dodson
ZacliharN Klempke
Hea'in Porter


2nd Grade 5th Grade
Daniel Grooms LindsaI McCarim
PreseIigh Stokes Robert Goranson
Logan Winchester Lexi Zambesi
Justin Clanion Christopher Pierce
Malaysia Coleman Chance Shell
Chlristopher Mel% in Hank Ha.ird
JavineC Ma:irtine dani Crisell
Taiylor Brai\on
LeeJav IMers


Star Citizens for Kindes Stuents


PRE-KINDEGART
Zander Lormaiix
Zachary Wolfe

KINDERGARTEN
Chliris Yarbrough
Rainee Holland
MNarissa Broxson
Leah Bostic
Jalianri Colxin-Ellis
Ebony Creekmniur
Z.ickerN Cause\
\H Logan Snuith


FIRST GRADE
Alec CaazUos
Robin Clark
Katie Hall
Jessica Sioul
Al\ssa Lucier
Branden Di\on
Z\ In Da \is
Richard Moss

SECOND GRADE
Kevin \ illiams
Hakeim Russell
Adrianna Rugg
Desmin Spano
Destinn Tunmons
Alexis Wilison.
Dman NMosel
Shunmona Mack
Balee. Jordan
Logani Orosco


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THIRD GRADE
Hjsle\ Henderson
Anain Khan
Austin Smcklmd
Jacob Gallaiher
Caleb Bass
A'erN B14ckmon
Britnmiei Goodvm in
Ste en Holsier


FOURTH GRADE
BrmtanN Thomas
Elisee Jordan
Conor Williams
Amari Ducksortli
Duncan GrilTithli
Courme\ Nelson
Chase Pimman
Quentn \\ illianis

FIFTH GRADE
Lyndsa\ McCarr,
Anna Stoui
\ictonra \\ ilson
Brandon Madden
JoJo Hilliard
Tashia Thaxion


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Field Day at W. H. Rhodes Elementary




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\VH Rhodes Art Teacher wins "Best Show" in Art Contest
The show was sponsored by the Santa Rosa Art and
Culture Foundation, the teacher show is titled "Outside
the Lines" and the theme was "Opposites Attract".

A Ms New currently serves as the Santa Rosa County Art
4s WCoordinator for her Elementary colleagues and serves as
Chairman of Education for the Santa Rosa Art and Culture
X4 r- Foundation. She was selected as Rhodes' Teacher of the Year
in 2000 and received recognition as an Outstanding Woman
in the Arts in 2008 from the Gulf Coast Women's Qub. She'has
-also had thepleasure of creating "Azolican the Pelican," for
the city of Pensacola. I truly enjoy making connections with
others throughh the orts.
She has richly been blessed with three of the most
incredible children on earth, Stuart (26), Clay (20) and
Savanna (12). They are my inspiration. They are my heart.


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Saturday, June 6, 2009


Sports


Santa Rosa's Press GazetteI Al 1-


Sports SCORES


STONEBROOK GOLF AND COUNTY CLUB
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
May 31, 2009
Men's'Club Champion Brian Lawrence
Men's Senior Champion Bucky Howle
Men's Super Senior Champion Tom Hayes
Men's Handicap Champion Paul Geise

Ladies Club Champion Nancy Welch
Ladies Senior Champion Andy Duchesne
Ladies Super Senior Champion Joanne
Kelley
Ladies Handicap Champion Michelle
Kilgore


Round 1
Championship Flight
Brian Lawrence 71
Daniel Henderson 72
John Rodgers 70
Keith Cone 76
John Carr. 75
Byron Thompson 77
Tim Anthony 77
Randall Wells 79
Steve Terrell 79
Wayne Hood 83
David Tuyo 82
Mason Kilgore 86

1st Flight
Bucky Howle 76
Bob Hayward 74
Tom Hayes 75
Mike Wilson 75
Lenny Boda 82
Doug Harrison 78
Michael Wheeler 81
Randy Hornsby 82
Palmer Scherf 82

2nd Flight
Dan Floyd 77
Ed Barfield 76
George Holland 82
Hugh Fones 84
Kurt Thompson 85
Morgan Overstreet87
David Thompson 84
JeffFarage 90
MarkHannum 88
Todd Page 84
Bob Barbaree 85
Bill Linne. 97

3rd Flight
Mike Dezarn 78
Bobby Henson 81
Mike Fox 80
Danny Locklear 84
Lee Burkhardt 86
Roy Spalding 87
Buddy Hampton. 89
Patrick Mccrary 86
David Servies 89
Jerry Pilcher 91
Charlie Song 93
Terry Neustaedter96

4th Flight
Tommy Welch 81
Wayne Mcmurray 82
John Reiser 80
Jeff Ottley 84
Jim Wilhelm 84
Claude Devane 85


Round 2 | Total


70
74
79
74
77
76
77
76
81
78
81
85


70
76
77
77
77
83
81
82
. 83


80
85
80
82
83
82
86
80
85
90
92
86


85
83
86
84
83
86
84
88
88
87
91
90


79
79
84
83
87
86


'141
146
149
150
152
153
154
155
160
161
163
171


146
150
152
152
159
161
162
164
165


157
161
. 162
166
168
169
170
170
173
174
177
183


163
164
166
168
169
173
173
174
177
178
184
186


160
161
164
167
171
171


Glenn Nunui 89
David Giese 88
Tom Couchman 88
Malcolm Gibson 94
Axel Frederickson93

5th Flight
Doug Mcbride 80
Jim Gray 83
Lee Mcginnis 84
Alex Pollock 81
Bob Quesinberry. 83
Bruce Young 87
Wes Malone 89
Doyle Patterson 91
Greg Argentine 90
Ron Colyer 94
John Susko 91
Jose Feliciano 93

6th Flight
Paul Geise 77
Ralph Drexler 87
Wayne Arnall 93
Kurt Woltersdorf 92
Ted Waters 90
John Johnson 93
Joe Smith 93
Doug Goodlife 96
Mac Bowers 96
Rick Bailey 100
Frank Martin 108,
Gordy Clarke 120

Ladies Championship
Nancy Welch 84'
Melanie Duvall 86
Andy Duchesne 89
Gayle Clifton 88
Bonnie Cook 88
Joanne Kelley 95
Sharon Reiser 88
Liz Giles 95
Kateri Baker 95
Angie Pollock 96
Kelly Terrell 104

Ladies 1st Flight
Michelle Kilgore 95
Wanda Couchman 92
Dean Williams 96
Carol Mansfield 91
Pat Goodlife 99;
Karen Feliciano 99
Shatzi Clemons 101
Dewitt Nobles 100
Vicki Patterson 101
Janet Miller 107


Pre Tee League
Team Name Win
Ponies-East 6
Panthers -East 6
Joeys East 5
Kits-East 3


Team Name
Colts West
Tads West


Win.
8
. 6


82
85
90
85
96


82
82
84
93
91
89
89
92
95
- 93
97
98


80
87
89
92
99
96
96
S93
98
106
119
111


82
, 83
85
87
89
90
98
93
96
95
101


Loss
3
6
7
8

Loss
3
6


171
173
178
179
189


162
165
168
174
174
176
178
183
185
187
188
191


157
174
182
184
189
189
189
189
194
206
227
231


166
169
174
175
177
185
186
188
191
191
205


Pups West
Tigers West


6 6
6 7


GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS


Pro Tee League
Team Name W
Canes East 11
Jaguars East 5
Trojans East 5
Noles East 4
Wildcats East 2

Team Name W.
Gators West 1(
Vols West 9
Tides West 7
Dawgs West 6
War Eagles West 1


Loss
1
5
8
5
10

Loss
2
4
6
7
12


GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS


Tee Ball League
Team Name
Chiefs Amer.
Titans Amer
Jets Amer.
Raiders ,- Amer.

Team Name
Cowboys Nat.
Seahawks Nat.
Bears Nat.
Ramn Nat.

Team Name
Bucs World
Ravens World
Dolphins World
Saints World

Homeruns:
Ravens:
Bucs:
Chiefs:


GOSPEL PROJECTS
Minor League
Team.Name
Stingrays
Warriors
Texans
Lightning
Red Wings


Loss
3
5
11
11

Loss
3
7
10
13


Win Loss
13 0
9 4
8 5
3 10


Peyton #3-2
Sam #2 -12
Brandon #7-4


Yankees:
Phillies:


Brandon #4 1
James #1 -2
Luke #12 1
Jarrett #5 1


GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS
Dizzy Dean Freshmen League
Team Name Win Loss Tie
Marlins 13 1 0
RedSox 13 2 0
White Sox 8 7 0
Blue Jays 6 7 0
Dodgers 2 11 0
Tigers 0 14 0


Homeruns:
Dodgers: Chris G. #6 1
White Sox: Gavin #9-2
Jordan #3 2
Red Sox: Tristan #11 1
Dondre #6 1

GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS
Dizzy Dean Sophomore League
Team Name Win Loss Tie
Rays 14 2 0
Angels 12 2 0
RedSox 4 10 0
Cubs 3 9 0
Braves 2 12 0


Homeruns:
Rays:

Angels:
Cubs:

Red Sox:


Isaiah #1-6
Austin #17 -1
Will #8-3
Gunter #10 1
Austin #5-2
Chris #10 -1


GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS


Zach #1-7 Girls Minor League
Team Name Win
YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS Jays 14
Larks 13
Win Loss Tie Kiws 9
11 0 0 Pelicans 5
8 2 0 Robins 2
5 5 0 Hawks 1


10 0
10 0


GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS
Little Major League
Team Name Win Loss Tie
Diamondbacks
American 14 0 0
Phillies Amnericanl1 3 0
Reds American 4 10 0
Expos American 1 13 0

Team Name Win Loss Tie
Padres National 9 5 0
Yankees National9 5 0
Angels National 6- 8 0
Mets National 2 12 0


Homeruns:
Mets:

Diamondbacks:
Diamondbacks:


Mikey #9-1
Bryan #20 2
Tarren #5 -1
Trace #2-3
Isaac #13 3


Loss Tie


GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS


Girls Dizzy Dean Junior League
Team Name Win Loss
Storm 11 1
Liberty 7 5
Monarchs 6 5
Power 5 7
Freedom 0 11


Tie *
0
0
1
0
1


Homeruns:
Storm: Bryce #7 1

GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS
Thru May 23, 2009
Girls Dizzy Dean Major League
Team Name Win Loss Tie
Arabians 14 0 0
Buckskins 10 4 1
Broncos. 8 5 0
Apps 4 11 0
Mustangs. 3 11 0
Stallions 2 10 1


'City of Milton Youth
Football 'Registration:
The City of Milton youth
football registration is;
underway for children
ages 5-14 interested in
participating can regis-
ter at the Milton Commu-
nity Center, 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 regis-
tration, end of the year
trophy, game jersey (child
keeps), use of: shoulder
pads, helmet, 7 piece pad
set, mouth piece, game
pants, a jamboree and
games. For more informa-
tion, visit www.cityofmil-
tonpr.nexo.com, call 850-
983-5466

East Milton Football
Registration: East Milton
Youth Association's foot-
ball registration will be
held Tuesdays and Thurs-
days 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
and the 2nd and 4th Sat-
urdays of June, July and
August 10 a.m. to noon
at the East Milton Ball
Park Board Room. East
Milton Youth Association
is holding football regis-
tration for children ages
5-14. Registration fee is
$95 and includes registra-
tion with Gulf Coast Youth
Football Alliance, game
jersey, trophy, use of: hel-
met, shoulder pads, game
pants, 7 piece pad and -
mouth piece. Registra-
tion will continue through
out the summer until the


season begins. For 'more
information contact Carl
Wells @ 313-5440 or 983-
8400 or visit us on the web
at www.eastnmiiltonyouths-
ports.com

Mullet Dinners: The
Milton High School bas-
ketball program will
be selling fried mullet
dinners on June 8. Din-
ners include mullet,
slaw, baked beans,
and dessert and are avail-
able for $6. Food for this
event is being provided,
by Nichols Seafood. Meal
delivery is,available. To
place an order call 983-
5600.

2009 Summer Soccer
Camps at FCSR: Futbol
Club) of Santa Rosa an-
nouncesd the dates of our
hugely popular summer
camp programs. Direc-
tor of Coaching, Louie
Sahin will conduct two
summer camps at FC
Santa Rosa in 2009. The
cost for each session is
$75 per player.
Dates for the first camp
are June 8-10 and the sec-
ond- camp is August 1-3.
Sessions for both camps
are as follows: 8:00am -
10:30am is for campers in
the U9 through U12. U13
through U18 sessions are
at 5:30pm through 8:00pm.
Camps are scheduled this
way to minimize the risk
of heat exposure.
For more information,
contact Louie Sahin at
850-686-0192 or visit tur
website at www.fcsanta-'
rosa.com


PENSACOLA BAY

Sunday. June 7, 2009
5:22 AM1 CDT Moorlset
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
10:34 AM CDT High tide 1.73 Feet
1:12 PM CDT FRill Moon
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
8:08 PM CDT Moonrise
10:07 PM CDT Low tide -0.34
Feet ,

Monday, June 8, 2009
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
6:13 AM CDT Moonset
11:17 AM CDT High tide 1.73 Feet
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
8:57 PM CDT Moonrise
10:54 PM CDT Low tide -0.35
Feet

Tuesday, June 9. 2009
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
7:07 AM CDT Moonset
11:56 AM CDT High tide 1.72 Feet
7:50 PM CDT Sunset
9-41 PM CDT Moonrise
11:31 PM CDT Low tide -0.34
Feet

Wednesday. June 10, 2009
5:46 AM CDT Sunrise
8:03 AM CDT Moonset
12:31 PM CDT High tide 1.68 Feet
7:50 PM CDT Sunset
10:20 PM CDT Moonrise
11:58 PM CDT Low tide -0.31
Feet '

EAST BAY

Sunday, June 7, 2009
5:21 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
11:17 AM CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
1:12 PM CDT Full Moon
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
8:07 PM CDT Moonrise


Tide REPORT

11:23 PM CDT Low tide -0.41
Feet

Monday. June 8. 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
6:12 AM CDT Moonset
12:00 PM CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
8:56 PM CDT Moonrise

Tuesday, June 9, 2009
12:10 AM CDT Low tide -0.41
Feet
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
7:06 MI CDT Moonset
12:39 PM CDT High tide 2.06 Feet
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
9:40 PM CDT Moonrise

Wednesday, June 10, 2009
12:47 AM CDT Low tide -0.41
Feet
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
8:02 AM CDT Moonset
1:14 PMNI CDT High tide 2.01 Feet
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
10:19 PM CDT Moonrise

BLACKWATER RIVER

Sunday, June 7, 2009
5:21 AM CDT Moonset
5:45 AM CDT Sunrise
12:13 PM CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
1:12 PM CDT Full Moon
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
8:08 PM CDT Moonrise
11:53 PM CDT Low tide -0.41
Feet

Monday, June 8, 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
6:12 AM CDT Moonset
12:56 PM CDT High tide 2.08 Feet
7:49 PM CDT Sunset -
8:57 PM CDT Moonrise

Tuesday, June 9, 2009
12:40 AM CDT Low tide -0.41


Feet
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
7:06 AM CDT Moonset
1:35 PM CDT High tide 2.06 Feet
.7:50 PM CDT Sunset
9:41 PM CDT Moonrise

Wednesday. June 10, 2009
1:17 AM CDT Low tide -0.41 Feet
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
8:02 AMI CDT Moonset
2:10 PM CDT High tide 2.01 Feet
7:50 PM CDT Sunset
10:19 PM CDT Moonrise

NAVARRE BEACH

Sunday, June 7, 2009
5:21 AM CDT Moonset
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
8:11 AM CDT High tide 1.64 Feet
1:12 PM CDT Ruill Moon
7:47 PM CDT Sunset
8:04 PM CDT Low tide -0.34 Feet
8:07 PM CDT Moonrise

Monday. June 8, 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
6:12 AM CDT Moonset
852 AM CDT High tide 1.62 Feet
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
8:41 PM CDT Low tide -0.31 Feet
8:56 PM CDT Moonrise

Tuesday, June 9, 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
7:06 AM CDT Moonset
9:35 AM CDT High tide 1.59 Feet
7:48 PM CDT Sunset
9:14 PM CDT Low tide -0.25 Feet
9:40 PM CDT Moonrise

Wednesday, June 10, 2009
5:44 AM CDT Sunrise
8:02 AM CDT Moonset
10:16 AM CDT High tide 1.56 Feet
7:49 PM CDT Sunset
9:41 PM CDT Low tide -0.16 Feet
10:18 PM CDT Moonrise


TANGLEWOOD GOLF CLUB LADIES PLAY DAY
May 28, 2009
Odd/Even holes
1st Carrol McKay 39
2nd Dot Collins 44.5

GOSPEL PROJECTS YAC BASEBALL 2009 STATS


Tide REPORT


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District reverses course on FCA


SPECIAL TO THE PRESS GAZETTE
Officials at Santa Rosa Coun-
ty School District, who previ-
ously barred a Christian-based
club from meeting at Jay High
School, have reversed course
after receiving a letter from the
Alliance Defense Fund. Addition-
ally, teachers at the school are
now permitted to participate in


private baccalaureate services.
ADF attorneys had sent a sepa-
rate letter to the district over that
matter.
"Christian student groups
shouldn't be discriminated
against for their beliefs," said
ADF Senior Legal Counsel David
Cortman. "Further, it is uncon-
stitutional to prohibit school dis-
trict employees from attending a


private religious service on their
own time and in their individual
capacities. The district did the
right thing by reversing its deci-
sion and deciding to respect the
rights of students and employ-
ees."
Following a lawsuit filed
against the school district last
year by the American Civil Liber-
ties Union, Santa Rosa officials


agreed to a consent order that
resulted in broad restrictions on
religious-based activities.
Santa Rosa then decided to
shut down a Fellowship of Chris-
tian Athletes club, barring its
members from accessing ben-
efits and privileges available to
other student groups and telling
teachers that they could not par-
ticipate in private baccalaureate


services. The sponsor of the ser-
.vices, a local ministerial associa-
tion, rented school property for
the event in accordance with dis-
trict policy.
School district officials re-
versed course on both matters
after receiving letters from ADF
attorneys noting that their ac-
tions were unnecessary and un-
constitutional.


Firecr


er


Ronald McDonald House now accepting

registrations for run, walk, wheelchair race


onald McDonald
House Charities
of Northwest
Florida is now accepting
registrations for the
Firecracker 5K Run, Walk,
and Wheelchair Race.
The event will be
held July 4 at 7:30 a.m. -
beginning at Seville
Quarter in downtown
Pe sacola. Registration
unmil June 12 is $22, June
13 to July 3 is $27 and race
day registration is $30.
Individuals who register
together in groups of 10
or more before race day
receive a $5 discount per
entry.'
A $5 discount is also
available to participants
who register for the
Firecracker 5K and the
Tiger Trot 5K/10K, to be
held July 4 and Oct. 17
respectively. Both races
benefit Ronald McDonald
House.
Race packet pick-up is


available July 3 from
4-6 p.m. at Running Wild
and on July 4 from 6-7 a.m.
at Seville Quarter.
The Firecracker 5K
after-race party will
include freh refreshments,
rejuvenation station, silent
auction and race awards.
Register online at www.
'active.com or download
an entry form at www.
rmhpensacola.org. Entry
forms must be received
by the Ronald McDonald
House by July 2.
One hundred percent
of proceeds from the
Firecracker 5K go to
Ronald McDonald House
Charities of Northwest
Florida to provide a
home away from home
for families of children
suffering a medical crisis.
For more information,
contact Ronald McDonald
House at 850-477-2273 or
events@rmhpensacola.
org.


K





FIRECRACKER 5K
RUN, WALK, AND
WHEELCHAIR RACE

When: July 4 at
7:3Q a.m.

Starts at:
Seville Quarter
in Downtown
Pensacola

Registration: $22
until June 12, $27
June 13-July 3, $30
on race day

On the Web:
www.active.com,
www.rmhpersacola.
org.


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Runners, walkers and wheelchair racers gel ready at the starting line. - .'- -


UWF men's soccer releases 2009 schedule


Head Coach Bill Elliott of
the University of West Florida
men's soccer team announced
the team's 2009 schedule Fri-
day. The Argonauts will open up
the regular season at home on
Aug. 28, with the Gulf South Con-
ference portion of the schedule
to begin on Oct. 2 at home.
The Argos will kick off their
season with a four game home-
stand, which includes regional
opponents Flagler (Aug. 28) and
Saint Leo (Sept. 4). The first road


trip of the season will have the
men traveling down to central
Florida to face South Region ri-
vals Rollins (Sept.11) and Florida
Southern (Sept. 13). On Sept. 18,
Tampa, a 2008 Final Four partici-
pant, will make a trip to Pensac-
ola before the Argos host former
GSC squad Montevallo on Sept.
22. A road trip to South Florida
to face Nova Southeastern (Sep.
25) and Lynn (Sep. 27) will finish
play for the month of September.
UWF will open up confer-


ence play at home, facing Oua-
chita Baptist (Oct. 2) and Hard-
ing (Oct. 4) in the first weekend
of GSC play The Argonauts
will then go on the road to face
Christian Brothers (Oct. 10), Al-
abama-Huntsville (Oct. 16), and
Delta State (Oct. 18). On Oct. 23,
the Argonauts will face William
Carey at home for the Home-
coming game. On Oct. 27, the
University of Mobile will come to
Pensacola for a Tuesday match,
and the Argonauts will close out


the season at home on Hallow-
een against Lambuth.
. Once again in 2009, West
Florida will host the GSC Tour-
nament for men's and women's
soccer at Brosnaham Park in
Pensacola. The tournament is
scheduled for November 6-8.
The Argonauts finished the
2008 season with a record of
15-4-2, claiming its sixth GSC
championship and advanced
to its fourth NCAA postseason
appearance.


CASSANDRA MORE


Amore makes


Galactics roster


as goalie
Cassandra Amore, one of the
youngest players and still in high
school, signs an amateur contract
and will be playing Goalie during
the summer months of June and
July.
Amore has been playing soccer
for nine years, eight of them playing
with select teams. She also plays
goalie on the Pace High School var-
sity team.
"It is a great experience oppor-
tunity to play and train with some of
the best," Amore said. "Being one
of the youngest players, I'm sure to
learn a lot from the older girls and
coaches. I look forward to continue
improving my skills. I'm excited to
be given the chance to play in the
League with the Amazon Galac-
tics."
Amore's goals are to play soc-
cer as long and as much as pos-
sible and plans to play in college
while earning her major in physi-
cal therapy.
Ages on the Galatics roster range
from 16 to 32.


FWC offers


free course


for hunters

The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC) is
offering a free hunter safety Inter-
net-completion course in Okaloosa
County.
The course will be at Jack-
son Guard Station, Highway 85 in
Niceville. Instruction will take place
from 6-10 p.m. June 18 and 8-11 a.m.
June 20.
To gain admittance, students
must complete the Internet course
before coming to class and are re-
quired to bring a copy of the final
report from the online portion of the
course. The final report form does
not have to be notarized.
An adult must accompany chil-
dren under 16 years of age at all
times. Students should bring a
pencil and paper with them to take
notes.
The hunter safety course is re-
quired for people born on or after
June 1, 1975, before they can pur-
chase a Florida Jhunting license.
The FWC course satisfies hunter-
safety training requirements for
all other states and Canadian prov-
inces.
People interested in attending
this course can register online and
obtain information about future
hunter safety classes at MyFWC.
com/HunterSafety or by calling the
FWC's regional office in Panama
City at 850-265-3676.







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Hats off to the class of











Munson Elementary School

Photos by jeni Booker Senter I Santa Rosa s Press Gazette

Munson Elementary School celebrated its annual graduation on
June 2 at 6 p.m. Sixth grade students at Munson received their
diplomas, scholarships, and awards during the event. Munson Principal
Sherry Smith told the crowd in attendance that once you are a
Bulldog you will always be a Bulldog. Others presenting at the event
included Central High School Principal Buddy Hinote and School Board
Representative Dianne Scott. The Santa Rosa District School Board
has been unanimously voted to close the school effective this year.
Next year students will be bused to Central High School, which will
become a K-12 campus. Portables are being moved to the Central High
location and other arrangements are in process to prepare Central
to accommodate approximately 132 additional students from Munson
during the next'school year.






B2 I Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Local


Saturday, June 6, 2009


News BRIEFS


Annual Crepe Myrtle
sale to continue
through June
After seeing record
numbers of customers this
past week-end, Green-Up
Santa Rosa will continue
it's Annual Crepe Myrtle
Sale through the month of
June. The nursery has one
of the largest collections of
crepe myrtles on the gulf
coast, in a variety of colors
and sizes. Prices will be
$5.99 for one gallon, $8.99
for 3 gallon and $19.99 for
7 gallon. Organizers of
the program estimate
the nursery has between
3,000 and 4,000 crepes in
stock. Colors available in-
clude, dark red, red, coral,
purple, lavender, pink and
white, many growing to dif-
ferent sizes. The sale will
run through the summer
months, and the nursery is
open Tuesday through Sat-
urday from 9 a.m. through
5p.m.
The crepe myrtle is
considered by many to be
"the plant of the south,"
because of its hardiness
and summer long blooms.
It was one of the few trees
that was not uprooted dur-
ing recent, hurricanes and
survives withaminimum of
care. It's beautiful blooms
can be seen throughout
our area in landscapes and
lining many streets.
Green-Up is part of
the non-profit Santa Rosa
Clean Community System.
Proceeds are put into pub-


lie plantings and in support
of the many environmental
programs of the system.
The most recent public
plantings are at the cor-
ner of Berryhill Road and
Glover Lane, Gulf Breeze
Elementary School and
the area in front of Waffle
House on Highway 90 in
Milton. The nursery is lo-
cated at 6758 Park Avenue
in Milton. From Highway
90, go north on Stewart
Sreet (Highway 87), at the
second traffic light take
a right and it is down the
block on the left. For more
information, call 623-1930
or visit www.srclean.org.

Service
photographers to
meet
Pensacola Bay Area sea
service photographers will
hold their quarterly lun-
cheon at the Happy China
Restaurant, 4810 Mobile
Highway, Tuesday June
9, at 11 a.m. All former,
retired, and active duty
Navy, Marine Corps, Coast
Guard, Navy communica-
tions specialists and Navy
civilian photographers are
welcome. For information
contact Art Giberson at
455-5931 or e-mail him at
art.giberson@cox.net

Horse Shoe
Tournament
Cold Creek Lounge will
have a Horse Shoe Tour-


nament beginning today
through June 27 (four Sat-
urdays). For more infor-
mation, call 981-8222.

Benefit for C(ooper-
Turner family
There will be a ben-
efit sale Flowerama at
the corner of Ninth and
Creighton. Proceeds will
help the Cooper-Turner
family.

Ladies Auxiliary of
AMVETS Post 1292
break record
These special ladies
- Marilyn Faulk, Susan
Hutchins, Doris Lasater,,
Judy Pittman, Cynthia
Vaughn and Eulonde Volk-
man deserve the AM-
VETS Post 1292's gratitude
and a little extra thanks.
Their efforts enabled the
Post to provide $21,204.75
in food, transportation and
other necessary services
to the community this
year.

Pregnancy and infant
loss support group
monthly meeting
SHARE, a local support
group for parents who are
dealing with the loss of
a baby, will hold monthly
meetings on the second
Tuesday of each month
from 6-8p.m. at the Gulf
Breeze United Method-
ist Church's Soundside/


Community Life Center,
4115 Soundside Dr. in Gulf
Breeze.
SHARE is a free self-
help support group for
parents who have lost ba-
bies through miscarriage,
stillbirth, ectopic pregnan-
cy, genetic abnormality, or
newborn death (up to one
year of age.) Discussion
topics may include the
grieving process, commu-
nication, marriage rela-
tionships, future pregnan-
cies, genetic counseling,
adoption, and stress man-
agement.
Meetings are nonde-
nominational and are open
to all. Out of courtesy to
other SHARE partici-
pants, parents are asked
to refrain from bringing
children to the meetings.
. The support group is fa-
cilitated by Lori S. Farmer,
ARNP, MSN, a local reg-
istered nurse practioner
and certified perinatal be-
reavement counselor with
special training in genet-
ics. In 2001, she was one
of 13 nurses in the United
States to be awarded the
advanced practice nurse
in genetics credential. Be-
fore coming to Northwest
Florida in 2008, Lori fa-
cilitated a similarSHARE
program in Fayetteville,
N.C. for 15 years.
For more information,
please contact Lori Farm-
er at 850-565-4399 or visit
the national SHARE Web
site at www.nationalshare-
office.com.


Convenient.




Accessible'.

No time to drive around town from one appointment to the next?
Baptist Medical Park Nine Mile, located at thed corner of Nine Mile Road
and University Parkway, offers the care you need at one convenient
location. We offer access to more than 50 physicians and a variety of
services including:


* Cardiology
* Diagnostic Imaging
* Laboratory .
* Outpatient Surgery


* Physical Rehabilitation
* Walk-in Care
* Women's Services
* Wound Care


Pharmacy

For more information, call (850) 208-6000, or visit us at www.BaptistMedicalPark.org.




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Free diabetes
screening
There will be a free
diabetes screening at the
K-Mart, 6050 Highway 90,
Milton, from June 17-19,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. No
appointment is needed.

Two felting
workshops
Lorraine Cathey will
teach two needle felting
classes at the Dragonfly
Gallery. Ms Cathey is an
award-winning needle
felting artist. A Milton na-
tive, she has taught many
classes throughout the
southeast.
Needle felting a min-
iature teddy bear will be
held on June 15th from 10
a.m. till 2:30 p.m. Cost will
be $40 for the class with
an additional supply fee of
$15. This is a fun way of ex-
ploring fiber art. No prior
needle felting experiences
is required.
The second class teach-
ing wet felting will be on
June 22 from 10 a.m. till
4 p.m. Cost will be $50.00
for the class with an addi-
tional $20 supply fee. Wet
felting is the ancient craft
of turning fiber roving into.
works of art with soap, wa-
ter and agitation. Many
types of fiber can be used
for this process.
Please contact the
Dragonfly at 981-1100 for
more details or to regis-
ter. Class size is limited
for both workshops. The
Dragonfly Gallery located
at 5188 Escambia Street in
historic downtown Milton,
is a mission of the Santa
RosaArt and Culture Foun-
dation, Inc. www.sracf.org.
It is a juried gallery of local
artists. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Green Up with the
Navarre Garden
Club's Garden and
Environmental Expo
Be pure not to miss the
most exciting new event
of the summer, Navarre
Garden Club's Garden
and Environmental Expo.
The Expo will be Satur-
day; June 13, from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
- This event will be
crammed full of educa-
tional ,and fun seminars
and displays.
Emily Peterson, of The
Garden Gate, a wonderful
nursery in Gulf Breeze,
will be one of the featured
speakers. At 1:15 Emily
will teach us how to de-
sign a backyard wildlife
habitat, and how to at-
tract wildlife to it. We all.
enjoy seeing the birds and
butterflies in our yard. We
can increase these occur-.
rences with the informa-
tion, Ms Peterson will be
giving us.
The other featured
speakers will be Darryl
Boudreau, of Florida En-
vironmental Protection;
Marie Harrison, author
and columnist; and Hank
Brun of Horti-coastal Ltd,
local landscape architect.
Additionally Theresa Fri-
day from the Extension
Service will be conducting
a plant Diagnostic Clinic


(be sure to bring your:
plant problems for iden-
tification and solution);
Stacey Sarra as Hagatha
Slithers will teach us
about snakes in the en-
vironment (from noon-
2 p.m.); The Zoo of NW
Florida will have some of
their animals to visit (10
a.m.-noon); Dennis Boyce
will be conducting a sto-
rytime, reading from his
new book "Tittle Tattle
at the Zoo" at 10:30 a.m.
and 1 p.m. and the Master
Gardeners very informa-
tive "Bugs" will be on dis-,
play
Among the displays will,
be experts in many fields,
to answer your environ-
mental questions, vendors
of plants and garden type
items, food and fun. Don't
be the only one to miss it.
The Expo will take
place on Saturday, June 13
at the Navarre Conference
Center from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
For information call Lynn
at 939-0329, Ginger at 396-
5494 or Sharori at 939-8004.

TEAM Santa Rosa to
hold meeting
There will be a meeting
on Wednesday, June 10,
starting at 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m. A committee of TEAM
Santa Rosa will discuss
Military Affairs. The meet-
ing will be held at TEAM
Santa Rosa EDC, 6491
Caroline Street, Suite 4 in
Milton. Meals are provided
for committee members.
The public is invited to at-
tend. If the public would
like a meal, the charge is
$10, with a 24-hour phone
reservation. Inquiries can
be directed to 850-623-
0174.

4th of July Riverfest
seeking vendors
The Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce
and City of Milton an-
nounce the upcoming July
4th Riverfest 2009, A Cel-
ebration of Independence.
On Friday, July 3 Stars and
Stripes Forever Parade
will roll out of Milton High
School at 7 p.m., travel
south on Stewart Street,
east on Berryhill, and
south on Willing Street.
Awards will be presented
at the Blackwater Bistro in
historic downtown Milton.
On Saturday, the Riv-
erfest will feature a full
day of fun and activities
for -the entire family in
historic downtown Milton
Riverwalk area, and North
and South Willing Streets,
concluding with one of the
most spectacular firework
displays in our area over
the Blackwater River at
dark. There will be the 8th
Annual Firecracker Bike
Show, Freedom Custom
Car Show, Independence
Boat Parade, Blackwater
Pyrate Attack, Civil War
Re-enactors, Veterans
Salute, Treasure Island
Children's Activity Area,
The Great Mill Town Duck
Race, live entertainment
throughout the day with
numerous food & retail
vendors. Retail/Arts/Craft
Vendor spaces are still
available. For further in-
formation, call 850-623-
2339.


Santa Rosa Medical

Center BIRTHS


May Births
Natasha D. & Brandon
W. Godwin, a daughter,
Darby Lee Godwin, born
Tuesday, May 19, 2009.
Tiffanie M. Wilcox &
Michael W Breedlove, a
daughter, Kaylie Michelle
Breedlove, born Tuesday,
May 19, 2009.
Krystal Shouse &
James Majzun, a son,
Phynix Thomas Majzun,
born Friday, May 22, 2009.
Gina Marie Rodriguez,
a daughter, Chyna Akoi
Elle Allen, born Sunday,
May 24, 2009.
Rebecca Lynn Ander-


son, a daughter, Marley
Shea Anderson, born
Wednesday, May 27, 2009.
Mamie S. & Clinton'
N. Barnes, a son, Grif-
fin James Barnes, born:
Wednesday, May 27, 2009.
Megan D. Peake & Ja-
son C. Moore, a daughter,
Rylee Danyel Moore, born:
Thursday, May 28, 2009.
Lakeysha K. & Grant:
A. Jones, a son, Jossian'
Armon Jones, born Fri-
day, May 29, 2009.
Sarai F. & Jason S. El1-:
lis, a son, Scott Mattias
Ellis, born Saturday, May:
30,2009.


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ATHLETE SIGNING MILTON ALUMNI

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Class of 2012 Officers:
President: Katie Smith
Vice President: Tyler Kaelin
Secretary: Emily Kaelin
Treasurer: Rose O'Brian

Class of 2012 Representatives:
Antonio Berrocal
Ray mond Burch
Raven Murta
Michael Peberdy
Taylor Lewis
Sharon Daughtery


SGA has worked very hard this year and one of our accomplishments was
to create a billboard with the help from the City of Milton to showcase our
successful alumni in the athletic world. Next time you go to Target. check it
out on the left hand side right after Red Barn.

IMPORTANT NUMBERS FOR MHS
Main Office: 983-5600 Band: 983-5611
Main Office Fax: 983-5610 Football: 983-5606
Guidance: 983-5609 Chorus: 983-5613
Guidance Fax: 983-5618 M. Rutledge: 983-5616
Attendance: 983-5608 Athletic Fax: 983-5614
Att. Ans. Machine: 983-5658 \n11.s;uit;toua.k I2.11.ui ili


SGA Holds Dance Off During Lunch










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SENIOR FEF\TLIRE


Kirk Gilley
Kirk A. Gilley, son of alumni Keith and Kathy Gilley, w\as born May 5, 1991. Finally reap-
ing the rewards of his academic efforts, hlie is quite enjoying the authority involved in being
"'top dog."
In the fall, he plans on attending Pensacola Junior College for txwo years and then transfer-
ring to the University of Florida. Although he is looking extremely forward to life after
graduation. Kirk will miss seeing all of his high school buddies each day.
An athlete and a scholar, Kirk has been highly involved. He ran cross country and played
basketball for four years. He \\as a member of the National Honor Societ\ (NHS). Fellow-
Sship of Christian Athletes (FCA). and Athletic Council. Despite his busy schedule, he has
managed to keep utip with his grades as well. His favorite curriculum would be History.
Kirk looks utip to his history teacher Mr. Bry an for his taste in music, and admits that Bryan
holds a significant amount of his respect. Most importantl. Kirk admires his parents for
being admirable role models throughout his entire life and his favorite memories involved
the times he shared with them.
"Enjoy your high school years while the\ last." -Kirk Gilley


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Ken Kincaid Insurance Agency, Inc.
5259 Stewart St. Milton, FL 32570
Bus. (850) 623-9424 Res. (850) 626-7101
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June 6
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 9 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 10Q a.m.
Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualiftying ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
Pocono ARCA 200 SPEED @ 3 p.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
Nationwide Series Federated Auto Parts 300 ESPN2 @ 6:30 p.m.
June 7
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 9:30 a.m.
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Countdown to Green TNT @ noon
Sprint Cup. Series Pocono 500 TNT @ 1 p.m.
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June 12
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
NASCAR Live SPEED @ noon
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Sprint Cup Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 2 p.m.
ARCA Racing for Wildlife 200 SPEED @ 4 p.m.
Nationwide Series Final Practive ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
June 13
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Camping World Truck Series SetUp SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
Camping World Series Michigan 200 SPEED @ 1 p.m.
Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
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June 14 June 13 June 13 June 12
Michigan Sparta, Ky. Michigan Michigan
Lifelock Meijer Michigan. Racing for
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Hylton turns 700 at Pocono


James Hylton, the 74-year-
old Inman, South Carolina
stock car legend, is expected
Sto makehis 700th career start
in a major sanctioning body
when the Pocono ARCA 200
rolls off today.
Hylton's storied career
includes starts in the
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
(601), the ARCA RE/MAX
Series (82), the, NASCAR
Grand National East Division
(6), the NASCARNationwide
Series (3), the USAC Stock
Car Division (3), the
NASCAR Grand American
Division (3), and IMSA (1).
From the 2/lOths-mile Islip
Speedway in New York to the
2.66-mile Talladega


Superspeedway in Alabama,
Hylton has competed on a
wide variety of track shapes
and sizes on both dirt and
pavement.
"Throughout,. my career,
I've raced on every surface
imaginable," said Hylton. "''In
the sixties, we'd run a one-
third mile dirt track one day
and then turn around and run a
high-banked paved oval the
next."
James Hylton made his
first NASCAR Sprint CIup
Series (formerly Grand
National division) at the Old
Dominion 400 at Manassas,
Va., on July 8, 1964. Hylton
finished 19th in a 1964 Ford
Galaxy and collected $100.


NASCAR is confident about GM
General Mot9rs has Obama administration's plan
become the second of to shrink the automaker to a
NASCAR's four manufactur- sustainable size and give a
ers to enter Chapter 11 bank- majority ownership stake to
ruptcy protection but indus- the federal government.
try leaders remain conrifident GM's bankruptcy filing is
support will continue as the the fourth-largest in U.S. his-
automakers shore up their tory and the largest for an
finances. industrial company. The
General Motors filed for, company said it has $172.81
Chapter 11 bankruptcy'pro- billion in debt and $82.29 bil-
tection Monday as part of the lion in assets.


Jonn Anaretti
Owner
Max Jones
Robby Gordon
Teresa Earnhardt
Detrich Mateschiltz
Kevin Buckler
Barney Visser


On the

Bubble
Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 938
Points out of 34th: 93
Points ahead of 36th: 50
Driver Points
Paul Menard 1100
Robby Gordon 1031.
John Andretti 938
SScott Speed 888
David Gilliland 795
Regan Smith 670


H o rnihould be upnext

By BILL GAMBLIN Dover," said Hornish. "We got caught
sports@srpressgazetfe.com two laps down because we had to pit
early for a tire coming apart. It took us
The driver many, wondered about until 30 laps from the end to be able to
making the switch from Indy cars to get back on thelead lap. Once we did,
NASCAR seems to be primed to notch we came from 21st or 22nd to 13th in
his first points win. 30 laps."
After making his second consecu- Looking ahead, Hornish, a former
tive Sprint All-Star Race by winning Indy 500 winner and owner of three
the NASCAR Sprint Showdown, Sam Indy car championships, is being
Homish is proving he is not just one of looked at to get his first win soon.
those other drivers. Even though he is being watched
"We're still trying to get everything closely, his first trip to the Pocono
all figured out," said Hornish. "I have Mountains of Pennsylvania was not
said for a long time, if I would-have very memorable.
jumped into the No. 2 or the No. 12 "I kind of have a love/hate relation-
car, things probably- would have been a ship with it," said Homish. "Ran there
little bit easier for me." twice. First time we went there last
This past Sunday things were plen- year we qualified 41st and finished I
Chris Graythen/Getty Images ty hard for Hornish after falling down think 41st.
Sam Hornish leads the field of the of two laps when a tire went bad at the "I absolutely hated it. I felt like I
the NASCAR Sprint Showdown.. Monster Mile in Dover. was never going to figure it out. The
Hornish won the event to transfer into He. made those two laps up and next time we came back after five or
the NASCAR' Sprint All-Star race for made a push at the end ofthe day. six races and went in there with some
the second consecutive year. "I think we had a top five car at confidence."


Aer Aus Sek Nationwide
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Driver
Tony Stewart
Jeff Gordon
Jimmie Johnson
Kurt Busch .
Ryan Newman
Kyle Busch
Denny Hamlin
Matt Kenseth
Greg Biffle
Jeff Burton


Behind
Leader
-46
-64
-91
-173
-219
-223
-228
-235
-266


Driver
Kyle Busch ,
Carl Edwards
Jason Leffler
Joey.Logano
Brad Keselowski
Jason Keller
Brendan Gaughan
David Ragan
Mike. Bliss
Justin Allgaier


Behind
Leader
-40
-153
-166
-173
-402
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-478
-481
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ler AAA Insurance 200


Driver
1. Ron Hornaday
2. Mike Skinner
3. Matt Crafton
4. Kyle Busch
5. Brian Scott
6. Todd Bodine
7. Terry Cook
8. Chad McCumbee
9. David Starr
10. Johnny Benson


Behind
Leader
-27
-29
-56
-107
-110
-136
-140
-153
-169


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Driver Behind
1. Justin Lofton Leader
2. Parker Kligerman -75
3. Frank Kimmel -145
4. Bryan Silas -205
5. Tom Hessert -285
6. Patrick Sheltra -295
7. Craig Goess -305
8. Tim George Jr. -340
9. Joey Coulter -440
10. Steve Arpin -455


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC Pursuant to Chapter
HEARING TO ADOPT 120 Florida Statutes,
REVISIOS TDO the Santa Rosa County
SANTA' RSA DIS- Schoo6 Board will hold
gRTy 'RSCHOILS a public hearing to
STUDENT CODE OF S consider the revisions,
TNDUCENT FOR F additions -and deletions
CONDUCT FO to the School Choice
v-z Plan for 2009-2010.
PuutoIThe purpose of these
Pursuant to Chapter hanaes toupae
120 Florida Statutes, cnge is to updat
120, existing School
the Santa Rosa County Choice Plan in accord-
School .Board will hold ane with legislative'
;a public hearing to and State Board of
consider the revisions, Education Regulations.
additions and deletions The public hearing is
to the Student Code of June 9 at 9: 00 AM at
Conduct for 2009-2010. the 'Santa Rosa County'
The purpose of these School Board Room,
changes is to update 5086 Canal Street, Mil-
the existing Student ton, Florida.
Code of Conduct in ac- to ra.
cdrdance with legisla-opies of proposed re-
tive and State Board of visions, adtiied rei n
Education Regulations deltions will be avail-
The public hearing is ble for study and e xam-
hJune 9 at 9:00 AM at nation at the office of
the Santa Rosa Coun the Superintendent of
5S06 Canal Stre M Schools in Milton, Flor-
5086 Canal Street, Mid- a from 8:00 AM to
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Lea/687 demands against COUNTY, FLORIDA, TO TI-IE NORTH RIGHT 56 SECONDS EAST CORPORATION SHIP 1 NORTH,
Legal5/687 decedent's estate must COMMENCE AT THE OF WAY LINE OF FOR 167.00 FEET, Pla'iimi RANGE 28 WEST,
IN THE CIRCUIT file their claims with this SOUTHEAST CORNER STATE ROAD NO. 399 THENCE RUN SOUTH THENCE WEST 660
COURT IN AND FOR Court- WITHIN 3 OF GOVERNMENT (100' RIGHT OF WAY); 00 DEGREES 55 MIN- vs. FEET AND CORNER;
SANTA N .ROSA MONTHS AFTER THE LOT 2, SECTION 12, THENCE RUN NORTH UTES 04 SECONDS THENCE SOUTH 165
SANTAY FL O.RIA DATE OF THE FIRST TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, 88 DEGREES 58 MIN- WEST FOR 72.66 CAROL BRUNST; THE FEET AND CORNER;
COUNTY, FLORIDA PUBLICATION OF RANGE 27 .-WEST, UTES 15 SECONDS FEET; THENCE RUN UNKNOWN SPOUSE THENCE EAST 660,
PROBATE DIVISION THISNOTICE SANTA ROSA WEST ALONG SAID NORTH 89 DEGREES OF CAROL BRUNST; FEET AND CORNER;
CASE P NO.:5 COUNTY, FLORIDA; NORTH RIGHT OF 04 MINUTES 56 SEC- IF LIVING, INCLUDING THENCE. NORTH 165
2 i009-CP-154 ALL CLAIMS NOT THENCE RUN NORTH WAY LINE FOR 658.66 ONDS WEST FOR ANY UNKNOWN FEET TO THE ORIGI-
DivisIon: B FILED -WITHIN THE 00 DEGREES'"56 MIN- FEET TO THE CEN- 20.00 FEET; THENCE SPOUSE OF SAID DE- NAL POINT OF BE-
I The Estate of TIME PERIODS SET UTES 07 SECONDS TERLINE OF GALLEON RUN SOUTH 00 DE-. FENDANT(S), IF RE- GINNING, ALL LYING
IN RE: The Estate of FORTH IN SECTION EAST FOR 20.47 FEET DRIVE (PRIVATE 30' GREES 55 MINUTES MARRIED, AND IF DE- AND BEING IN SANTA
IR W. FORTIN, 733.702 OF THE TO THE NORTH RIGHT RIGHT OF WAY) ; 04 SECONDS WEST CEASED, THE RE- ROSA COUNTY,
IRENE W.FORTIN, FLORIDA PROBATE OF WAY LINE OF THENCE RUN NORTH FOR 105.34 FEET; SPECTIVE UNKNOWN FLQRIDA. LESS AND
Deceased. CODE WILL BE FOR- STATE ROAD NO. 399 00 DEGREES 55 MIN- THENCE RUN NORTH HEIRS, DEVISEES, EXCEPT THE SOUTH
NOTICE TO CREDI- EVER BARRED. (100' RIGHT OF WAY) ; UTES 04 SECONDS 89 DEGREES 04 MIN- GRANTEES, ASSIGN- 95' FEET OF THE
NOTICE TO CREI- -THENCE, RUN NORTH EAST ALONG SAID UTES 56 SECONDS EES, CREDITORS, WEST, 135.00 FEET
TO N NOTWITHSTANDING 88 DEGREES 58 MIN- CENTERLINE FOR WEST FOR 147.00 LIENORS, AND TRUS- THEREOF;
The administration of THE TIME PERIOD UTES 15 SECONDS 145.00 FEET TO A FEET TO THE WEST TEES, AND ALL
the estate of IRENE W. SET FORTH ABOVE, WEST ALONG SAID POINT OF CURVA- RIGHT OF WAY LINE OTHER PERSONS TOGETHER WITH AN
FORTIN, deceased ANY CLAIM FILED NORTH RIGHT OF TURE; THENCE RUN OF PIRATES, WAY CLAIMING BY, EASEMENT FOR IN-
whose date of death TWO (2) YEARS OR WAY LINE FOR 658.66 NORTHWESTERLY ON .(PRIVATE 30' RIGHT THROUGH, UNDER GRESS AND EGRESS
whose date of death2009is MORE AFTER THE FEET TO THE CEN- A CURVE CONCAVE OF WAY) AND THE OR AGAINST THE OVER THE SOUTH 10
spending in the Circuit DECEDENT'S DATE TERLINE OF GALLEON TO THE SOUTHWEST POINT OF BEGINN- NAMED DEFEND- FEET OF THE EAST
Court for Santa Rscuit OF DEATH IS DRIVE 'PRIVATE 30' (R=422.89 FEET; ING, CONTAINING .63 ANT(S); UNKNOWN 410 *FEET OF THE
Court for Santa RosBARRED RIGHT OF WAYi. CHORD=79.6. FEET; ACRES, MORE OR TENANT #1; UN- FOLLOWING ,DE-
County, Florida, Pro- -THENCE RUN NORTH CHORD BEARING OF LESS AND LYING IN KNOWN TENANT #2; SCRIBED PROPERTY;
bate Division, the ad- The date of the first 00 DEGREES 55 MIN7 NORTH 04 DEGREES SECTION 12, TOWN- BEGINNING AT A
Box 472 f'wilton, FL publication of this Nd- UTES 04 SECQNDS 29 MINUTES 0O SEC- SHIP 2 SOUTH, Defendant(s) POINT 330 FEET
2 572 T lon tce is May30,2009. EAST ALONG SAID ONDS WEST) THRU A RANGE. 27 WEST, SOUTH OF THE
addresses of the per- CENTERLINE FOR CENTRAL ANGLE OF SANTA ROSA NOTICE OF SALE NORTHEAST COR-
sonal rees entative p Attorney for Personal 145.00 FEET TO A 10 DEGREES 48 MIN- COUNTY, FLORIDA. NER OFTHE/SOUTH-
sonal representative Representative: POINT OF CURVA- UTES 25 SECONDS EXCEPTING AND RE- Notice is hereby given WEST 1/4 OF SOUTH-
representa the personal r n TURE; THENCE RUN FOR AN ARC DIS- SERVING ALL THAT that, pursuant to a Final WEST 1/4 OF SEC-
ereset forth below. Susan Crockett Batson NORTHWESTERLY ON TANCE OF 79.76 CERTAIN PROPERTY; Summary Judgment of TION 15, TOWNSHIP
neyareset Florida Bar No.: A CURVED CONCAVE FEET; THENCE RUN TOGETHER WITH A Foreclosure entered in 1 NORTH, RANGE 28
All creditors of the d 500186 TO THE SOUTHWEST NORTH 00 DEGREES MOBILE HOME SITU- the above-styled WEST, THENCE
All credenitorsand of there per- LAW OFFICES OF (R=422.89 FEET; 55 MINUTES 04 SEC- ATED THEREON, DE- cause, in the Circuit WEST 660 FEET AND
cement and other per- KIMMEL & BATSON, CHORD=79.64 FEET; ONDS EAST ALONG SCRIBED AS A 1996 Court of Santa Rosa CORNER; THENCE
demands against CHARTERED CHORD BEARING OF SAID CENTERLINE HOME OF MERIT MO- County, Florida, I will SOUTH 165 FEET
decedent's estate 715 N. Baylen Street NORTH 04 DEGREES FOR 123.46 FEET TO BILE HOME, WITH VE- sell the property situate AND CORNER;
dwhom a copyn' of this Pensacola,FL 32501 29 MINUTES 08 SEC- THE POINT OF BEGIN- HICLE IDENTIFICA- in Santa Rosa County, THENCE EAST 660
notice is required to be (850)438-7501 ONDS WEST) THRU .A NING; THENCE CON- TION NUMBERS Florida, described as:. FEET AND CORNER;
notsee is required to be r CENTRAL ANGLE 0OF TINUE NORTH 00 DE- FLHMLCB104014325A THENCE NORTH 165
claims with this Court iPersonal Representa- 10 DEGREES 48 MIN. GREES 55 MINUTES A N D THE WEST 250 FEET FEET TO THE PO'dINT
WITHIN THE LATE tiveR UTES 5 SECONDS 04 SECONDS EAT FLHMLCB104014325B;. OF THE FOLLOWING OF BEGINNING.
OFII 3 MONTHS AFTER FOR AN ARC DIS- ALONG SAID CENTER- TITLE NUMBERS DESCRIBED PROP- To include a:
THE TIME OFAFTHE Georgianne Koznetski TANCE OF 79.76 FEET LINE FOR 95.00, FEET; 73465930 AND ERTY. BEGINNING AT 2007 Nobility VIN
FIRST TPUMLICATION 180RussDrive TO A POINT OF RE- THENCE RUN NORTH 73465931, WHICH IS A POINT-330 FEET N813326A 99546731
OF THIS NOTICE OR Gulf Breeze, F6 32561 VERSE CURVATURE; 89 DEGREES 04 MIN- AFFIXED TO THE SOUTH OF THE 2007 Nobility VIN
3OF THIDAYS NOAFTER THE THENCE RUN NORTH- UTES 56 SECONDS AFOREDESCRIBED NORTHEAST COR- N813326B 99546773
DATE OF SERVICE 053009 WESTERLY ON A WEST FOR 110.89 REAL PROPERTY AND NER OF THE SOUTH- A/K/A
OF A COPY OF THIS 060609 CURVE CONCAVE TO FEET' THENCE -RUN INCORPORATED WEST 1/4 OF THE
NOTICE ON THEM. IL5Z THE NORTHEAST SOUTH 00 DEGREES THEREIN. SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF 4244 Ermine Lane
NOTICEONTHEM. R__________ =422.89" FEET; 00 DEGREES 55 MIN- SECTION 15, TOWN- Milton, FL 32583
All other creditors of uCrHORD 79.64 FEET; UTES 04 SECONDS at public sale,' to the
Sothe decedent and per Legal 5/688 CHORD BEARING OF WEST FOR 60.00 highest and best bid-
sons having claims or NORTH 04 DEGREES FEET; THENCE RUN der,: for cash, at the
sons having claims o THE CIRCUIT 29 MINUTES 08 SEC- NORTH 89 DEGREES front door of the Santa I'
COURT OF THE ONDS WEST) THRU A 04 MINUTES 56- SEC- Rosa County Court- Divorce 149,Wills0 30
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CENTRAL ANGLE OF ONDS WEST FOR house, 6865 Caroline
tog .n CUlT OF THE STATE 10 ,DEGREES 48 MIN- 20.00 FEET; THENCE Street, Milton, Florida Name Change 49 C rip -
ftjKS q5 OF FLORIDA, IN AND UTES 25 SECONDS RUN SOUTH 00 DE- 32570 at 11:00 a.m. on FREE Tpmg, Call for St Augustine
FOR SANTA ROSA FOR AN' ARC DIS- GREES 55 MINUTES June 30, 2009. WOksht (8 434-752 Far Direct
COUNTY GENERAL TANCE OF 79.76 04 SECONDS WEST orkse tWN Far irect
CIVILLDIVISION FEET; THENCE RUN FOR 35.00 FEET; ANY PERSON CLAIM- 1850 N. "W" St. We Deliver
Case No.: 07-1405-CA NORTH 00 DEGREES THENCE RUN SOUTH ING AN .INTEREST, IN 1I 1J tFlei.1I) | 434-0066
1- 55 MINUTES 04 SEC- 89 DEGREES 04 MIN- THE SURPLUS FROM
HOUSEHOLD Fl- ONDS EAST ALONG UTES 56 SECONDS THE SALE, IF ANY,
NANCE CORPORA- SAID CENTERLINE EAST FOR 130.89 OTHER THAN THE
A"-L. TION III FOR 38.46 FEET TO FEET TO THE CEN- PROPERTY OWNER
>Plaintiff THE POINT OF BEGIN- TERLINE OF GALLEON AS OF THE DATE OF
vs NING; THENCE CON- DRIVE (PRIVATE 30' THE, LIS PENDENS
TINUE NORTH 00 DE- RIGHT OF .WAY) AND MUST FILE A CLAIM'
GEORGE H KELLY, GREES 55 MINUTES THE POINT OF BEGIN- WITH THE CLERK OF
JR.; UNKNOWN 04 SECONDS EAST NING, CONTAINING COURT WITHIN 60 ____. ____________
SPOUSE QF GEORGE ALONG SAID CENTER- .26 ACRES MORE OR DAYS AFTER THE
H. KELLY, JR.; MARY J. LINE FOR 85.00 FEET; LESS, AND 'LYING IN SALE.
KELLY; CAPITAL ONE, THENCE RUN NORTH SECTION 12, TOWN-
F.S.B.; UNKNOWN OC- 89 DEGREES 04 MIN- SHIP 2 SOUTH, DATED this 21 day of AWNyA
I CUPANTS, TENANTS, UTES 56 SECONDS RANGE 27 WEST, May, 2009.
OWNERS, AND WEST FOR 130.89 SANTA ROSA Dependable MR. MIKE'S
OTHER UNKNOWN FEET; THENCE RUN COUNTY, FLORIDA. MARY JOHNSON Housekeeper LAWN SERVICE
PARTIES #1; UN- SOUTH 00 DEGREES Clerk of Circuit Court Over 15 years of Affordable Lawn Care
KNOWN OCCUPANTS, 55 MINUTES 04 SEC- REAL ESTATE IN CIRCUIT COURT SEAL experience! References and Maintenance.
TENANTS, OWNERS, ONDS WEST FOR SANTA ROSA By J. Watkins available. 994-6236 Free estimates.
AND OTHER 85.00 FEET; THENCE COUNTY, FLORIDA; Deputy Clerk Commercial/
UNKNOWN PARTIES RUN SOUTH 89 DE- COMMENCE AT THE 'H`-l Residential.
#2; and UNKNOWN GREES 04 MINUTES SOUTHEAST CORNER 053009 Call us today[
OCCUPANTS TEN- 56 SECONDS EAST OF GOVERNMENT 060609 Mike Pickard, Sr.
ANTS, OWNERS, AND FOR 130.89 FEET TO LOT 2, SECTION 12, E58 PAUL NELSON 850-516 6914
OTHER UNKNOWN THE CENTERLINE OF TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, DUMP TRUCK 850-623-1081
PARTIES #3, including, GALLEON DRIVE RANGE 27 WEST, SERVICE.
If a named defendant is, (PRIVATE 30' RIGHT SANTA ROSA *24 Hour Truck Rental
Deceased, the personal'OF WAY) AND THE COUNTY FLORIDA; *Dirt & Rock Sales
represeentativesethe POINT 6P BEGINN-THENC RUN NORTH Legal 5/689 *Fill DR/Clay i
surviving spouse, heirs, ING, CONTAINING .26 00 DEGREES 56 MIN- *Brown Dirt pljg
devisees, grantees, ACRES MORE OR UTES .07 SECONDS IN THE CIRCUIT *Driveway Material
creditors, and all other LESS, AND LYING IN EAST FOR 20.47 FEET COURT OF THE Phone 850-994-4458 Stewart's Tractor
parties claiming by, SECTION 12, TOWN- TO THE NORTH RIGHT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Cell 850-698-4920 Works & Land
through, under or SHIP 2 SOUTH, OF WAY LINE OF CUIT OF THE STATE Owner Operator Clearing, Inc.
Against that defendant, RANGE 27 WEST, STATE ROAD NO. 399 OF FLORIDA, IN AND NOW TWO TRUCKS Tree & Stu Removal
and all claimants, per-' SANTA ROSA (100' RIGHT OF WAY) ; FOR SANTA ROSA AVAILABLE' re&Sum eoa
sons or parties,natural COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE RUNFNORTH COUNTY from takedown to trim-
or corporate, or whose TOGETHER WITH A 88 DEGREES 58 MIN-CIVIL DIVISION n Debrisremoval
exact legal status is un- 1981 56X14 MOBILE UTES 58 SECONDS CASE NO. 2009 CA35 Dirt WorDean p.
known, claiming under HOME SITUATED WEST ALONG SAID Hauing.nDemoleaing.
any of the above THEREON, WHICH IS NORTH RIGHT OF 21ST MORTGAGE Hauling. Land Clearing.
any^ of the. abov ,w 'TJSv N^ ^I 21ST MOTAE FUNKY'S "Bakoe & Trackho
named or described AFFIXED TO THE WAY LINE FOR 951.55 FUNKYS Backhoe&Trackhoe
defendants AFOREDESCRIBED FEET, ON THE WEST ELECTRICAL Work. All tree work
REAL PROPERTY AND RIGHT OF WAY LINE Free Estimates, done by man lift.
S Defendants INCORPORATED OF PIRATES WAY Licensed & Insured. Not climbing.
I THEREIN. (PRIVATE 30' RIGHT Fl. Uc. No 13014126 516-1801 or 675-4291
NOTICE OF SALE OF WAY), THENCE Call Gary at Licensed & Insured
S(DEED 843/343) RUN NORTH 00 DE- (850) 207-1800 Free Estimates
Notice is hereby given REAL ESTATE IN GREES 55 MINUTES PAUL STEWART
that, pursuant to the SANTA ROSA 04 SECONDS EAST We Deliver & Install
Order or Final Judq- COUNTY, FLORIDA; ALONG SAID RIGHT m -lYR
ment entered in this COMMENCE AT THE OF WAY LINE FQR Centipede
cause, in the Circuit SOUTHEAST CORNER 56.13 FEET TO THE St. Augustine K N: IC
1"r detmils. Court ofFSanta Rosa OF GOVERNMENT POINTTOFNBEGINN aBermuda SN
County, Florida, I will LOT 2, SECTION 12, ING; THENCE CON- Lawn Service
sell the property situ TOWNSHIP22 SOUTH, TINUE NORTH 00 DE- Balledaking
ated in Santa Rosa RANGE 27 WEST GREES 55 MINUTES *RakingThMoeMdi
S County, Florida, de- SANTA ROSA 04 SECONDS EAST call us first, Save Time *Mowing The Mower Medic
scribed as COUNTY, FLORIDA; ALONG SAID WEST call us last, Save Money *Edging We service your mower
THENCE RUN NORTH RIGHT OF WAY FOR Hwy 87 So. Milton *Trimming in your home at your
(DEED 1015/206) 00 DEGREES 56 MIN- 178.00 FEET; THENCE Il*Debris Removal convenience.
REAL ESTATE IN UTES 07 SECONDS RUN SOUTH 89 DE- 2-8578 Very reasonable prices. Bob Knowles
SANTA ROSA EAST FOR 20.47 FEET GREES 04 MINUTES Licensed & Insured (850)626-8300
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SALE UNDER F.S. this proceeding, you County, Florida: all parties having or CUIT IN AND FOR
at public sale, to the CHAPTER 45 are entitled, at no cost claiming to have any SANTA ROSA
highest and best bid- to you, to the provision LOT 11, BLOCK D, right, title or interest in COUNTY, FLORIDA
der, for cash, Front NOTICE IS GIVEN that, of certain assistance. WOODBINE SPRINGS the property described CIVIL ACTION
steps of the Santa in accordance with the Please contact the PLANTATION, BEING A in the mortgage being CASE NO.
Rosa County Court- Final Judgment of Clerk of the Court's at PORTION OF SEC- foreclosed herein. 57-2008-CA-001016
house, Milton, Florida Foreclosure dated May 850-623-0135, 6865 TION 6 AND 7, TOWN- DIVISION B
at at 11:00 o'clock, 18, 2009 in the Caroline Street, Milton, SHIP 1 NORTH,. YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
A.M, on above-styled cause, I FL 32570. If you are RANGE 29 WEST, TIFIED that an action to HSBC MORTGAGE
July 1, 2009. will sell to the highest hearing or voice im- SANTA ROSA foreclose a mortgage SERVICES INC,
and best bidder for paired, call COUNTY, FLORIDA, on the following prop- Plaintiff,
DATED THIS 24 DAY cash on June 24, 2009 16800-955-8771. ACCORDING TO PLAT erty:
OF May, 2009. at Front North court- RECORDED IN PLAT vs.
house steps of the DATED at Milton, Flor- BOOK D, PAGE 16 LOT 26 OF JOLENE
Any person claiming an Santa Rosa County ida, on May 21, 2009. AND 16B OF THE PUB- ESTATES, ACCORD- DEBRA C. KIMBRELL,
interest in the surplus Courthouse, 6865 Car- LIC RECORDS OF ING TO THE PLAT et al,
from the sale, if any, line Street, Milton, FL MARY M. JOHNSON SAID COUNTY. THEREOF AS RE- Defendant(s).
other than the property 32570, at 11:00 a.m. As Clerk, Circuit Court CORDED IN PLAT
owner as of the date of CST or soon thereafter, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL has been filed against BOOK D, PAGE(S) 27, NOTICE OF RE-
the lis pendens, must the following described By: Brandy Norris you, SPENCER G. OF THE PUBLIC REC- SCHEDULED FORE-
file a claim within 60 property: As Deputy Clerk BROWN, KAERA LA ORDS OF SANTA CLOSURE SALE
days after the sale. VELLE, and UN- ROSA COUNTY,
Lot 7, Block C, Pal- SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, KNOWN OCCUPANTS, FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY
Witness, my hand and metto Lake Preserve, RA. TENANTS,. OWNERS, GIVEN pursuant to an
seal of this court on the according to the Plat Attorneys, for Plaintiff AND OTHER has been filed against Order Rescheduling
21 day of May, 2009. thereof as recorded in PO BOX 11438 UNKNOWN PARTIES, you and you are re- Foreclosure Sale dated
Plat Book 9, Pages 75 Fort Lauderdale, FL and you are required to quired to serve a copy May 19, 2009 and en-
MARY M. JOHNSON through 78, of the Pub- 33339-1438 serve a copy of your of your written de- tered in Case NO.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT lic Records of Santa Telephone: (954) written defenses, if any fenses, if any, to it on 57-2008-CA-001016 of
COURT Rosa County, Florida, 564-0671 to it, on the Plaintiff's at- DAVID J. STERN,. ESQ. the Circuit Court of the
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL together with Boat Slip torney, whose name Plaintiff's attorney, FIRST Judicial Circuit
By: J. Watkins #9 053009 and address is EN- whose address is 900 in and for SANTA
Deputy Clerk 060609 RICO G. GONZALEZ, South Pine Island Road ROSA County, Florida
Any person claiming an L5/62 RA., 6255 East Fowler #400, Plantation; FL wherein HSBC MORT-
Law Offices of Daniel interest in the surplus Avenue, Temple Ter- 33324-3920 on or be- GAGE SERVICES INC,
C. Consuegra from the sale, if any, Legal 5/693 race, Florida 33617,. fore June 30, 2009, (no is the Plaintiff and
9204 King Palm Drive other than the property and file the original with later than 30 days from DEBRA C. KIMBRELL;
Tampa, FL 33619-1328 owner as of the date of IN THE CIRCUIT the clerk of the the date of the first KENNETH R.
Phone: 813-915-8660 the Lis Pendens must COURT OF THE above-styled Court no publication of this no- OSENDQTT; SARAH
Attorneys for Plaintiff file a claim within 60 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- later than 30 days from tice of action) and file OSENDOTT A/K/A
days of the sale. CUlT OF FLORIDA, IN the date of the first the original with the SARAH MOATES
In accordance with AND FOR SANTA publication of this No- clerk of this court either JATHO; are the De-
the Americans with ADA NOTICE ROSA COUNTY tice of Action, other- before service on fendants, I will sell to
Disabilities Act of CIVIL DIVISION wise, a judgment may Plaintiff's attorney or the highest and best
1990, persons need- If you are a person with Case No. be entered against you immediately thereafter; bidder for cash at
Ing a special accom- a disability who needs 57-2008-CA-001925 for the relief demanded otherwise a default will STEPS OF THE SANTA
modatlon to partlcl- any accommodation in Division B in the Complaint or Pe- be entered against you ROSA. COUNTY
pate in this proceed- order to participate in tition. for the relief demanded COURTHOUSE at
Ing should contact the this proceeding, you COUNTRYWIDE HOME WITNESS my hand in the complaint or peti- 11:00AM, on the 24 day
ASA Coordinator no are entitled, at no cost LOANS SERVICING, and the seal of said tion filed herein, of June, 2009, the fol-
later than seven (7) to you, to the provision L.R P Court on May 20, 2009. lowing described prop-
days prior to the pro- of certain assistance. Plaintiff, WITNESS my hand and erty as set forth in said
ceedings. If hearing Please contact the of- vs. Mary Johnson the seal of this Court at Final Judgment:
Impaired, please call fice of Sheila Sims, Clerk of the Court SANTA ROSA County,
(800) 955-8771 (TDD) Chief Deputy Court Ad- JOHN R. WORTHING- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Florida, this 21 day of LOT 4, BLOCK 2,
or (800) 955-8770 ministrator,' M.C. Blan- TON AND MOLLY M. R By: J. Watkins May, 2009. SANTA VILLA
(voIce), via Florida chard Judicial Center, WORTHINGTON AND Deputy Clerk WOODS, AN UNRE-
Relay Service. 5th Floor, Governmen- UNKNOWN TEN- MARY M. JOHNSON CORDED SUBDIVI-
tal Center, Pensacola, ANTS/OWNERS, In accordance with the CLERK OF THE CIR- SION, MORE PAR-
053009. Florida, 32502, (850) Defendants. Americans With' Disa- CUIT COURT TICULARLY DE-
060609 595-4400, within two abilities Act, persons CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SCRIBED AS FOL-
56 (2) working days of NOTICE OF SALE needing a special ac- BY: Susan Land LOWS:
____________ your receipt of this no- commodation to partic- DEPUTY CLERK
Legal 5/690 tice, if you are hearing Notice is hereby given, ipate in this Hearing COMMENCE AT THE
or voice impaired, call pursuant to a Final should contact the LAW OFFICES OF DA- INTERSECTION OF
IN THE CIRCUIT 1-800-955-8770. Judgment for Plaintiff A.D.A. Coordinator not VID J. STERN THE EAST
COURT FOR SANTA entered in this cause later than seven (7) ATTORNEY FOR RIGH-OF-WAY LINE
ROSA COUNTY, Dated: May 19, 2009. on May 20, 2009, in the days prior to the pro- PLAINTIFF OF BELL LANE AND
FLORIDA PROBATE Circuit Court of Santa ceeding at the Florida 900 SOUTH PINE IS- THE SOUTH LINE OF
DIVISION MARY M. JOHNSON, Rosa County, Florida, I Relay Service at LAND ROAD SUITE SECTION 13, TOWN-
File No. Clerk of Court will sell the property sit- 1-800-955-8770. 400 SHIP 1 NORTH,
57-2009'CP-158 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL uated in Santa Rosa PLANTATION, FL RANGE 29 WEST,
Division By: Brandy Norris County, Florida de- 053009 33324-3920 THENCE SOUTH 89
Deputy Clerk scribed as: 060609 08-98319 TCFM DEGREES 59 MIN-
IN RE: ESTATE OF 5/94 IN ACCORDANCE( UTES EAST 1278.76
053009 LOT 7, BLOCK E, ______WITH THE AMERI- FEET, THENCE
Louella Lee Bray 060609 QUAYSIDE VILLAGE Legal 5/695 CANS WITH DISABILI- NORTH 00 DEGREES
5/691 PHASE III, AS RE- TIES ACT, persons with 16 MINUTES WEST
Deceased. CORDED IN O.R. IN THE CIRCUIT disabilities needing a 44.00 FEET TO THE
BOOK 2622, PAGE COURT OF THE special accommoda- P.O.B., THENCE
NOTICE TO. CREDI- 1606, SANTA ROSA FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- tion should contact NORTH 89 DEGREES
TORS Legal 5/692 COUNTY, FLORIDA. CUIT IN AND FOR COURT ADMINISTRA- 59 MINUTES WEST
IN THE CIR I SANTA ROSA TION, at the SANTA 125.91 FEET, THENCE
The administration of IN THE CIRCUIT ,and commonly known COUNTY, FLORIDA ROSA County Court- NORTH 00 DEGREES
- the Estate of Louetlla COURT FOR SANTA as: 1596 CHAMPAGNE Case No. 09-0125 CA house at 850-983-1987, 16 MINUTES WEST
Lee Bray, deceased ROSA COUNTY AVE, GULF BREEZE, 01 MTG B 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) 141.00 FEET TO THE
whose date of death FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVI FL 32563; including the Division: or 1-800-955-8770, via ARC OF A CURVE,
was March 2, 2009, is CASE NO. 552008CA building appurte- Florida Relay Service. THENCE NORTH-
pending in the Circuit CASE N1 52008A nances, and fixtures lo- Moors Golf and Rac- EASTERLY. ALONG
Court for Santa Rosa 1955XXXXXX cated therein, at public quet Club Owners As- 053009 THE ARC OF SAID
Count Florida Pro sale, to the highest and sociation, Inc., 060609 CURVE 39.15 FEET,
bCounty, Floridasi Pro- CITIBANK NA. AS best bidder, for cash, Plaintiff, 5/696 SAID CURVE HAVING
dress of which is 6865 TRUSTEE FOR THE Sales are held on the A RADIUS OF 25.00
Caroline Street, Milton, MLMI TRUST SERIES front steps of the v. Legal5/697 FEET, A CENTRAL
Florida 32570-0472. e 2006-HE5, Santa Rosa County ANGLE OF 89 DE-
Floria 3250- 1 472.Plaintiff,
The names and ad- Pavst' Courthouse, on July Galina Baran, IN THE CIRCUIT GREES 43 MINUTES
dresses of the personal vs 23, 2009 at lam. COURT, OF THE 00 SECONDS, AND
representative and the UA R HARDY tAny persons claiming Defendant. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- BEING CONCAVE
p e r s o n a I lU HA Y, etn interest in the sur- CUIT IN AND FOR NORTHWESTERLY ,
representative's attor- Defendants plus from the sale, if CLERK'S NOTICE OF SANTA ROSA THENCE SOUTH 89
ney are set forth below. Defendants. any, other than the SALE UNDER F.S. COUNTY, FLORIDA DEGREES 59, MIN-
property owner as of CHAPTER 45 CIVIL ACTION. UTES EAST 100.91
All creditors of the de- OF SALE the date of the is pend- CASE NO. FEET, THENCE
cedent and other per- PURSUANT TO ens must file a claim NOTICE IS GIVEN that, 57-2008-CA-001704 SOUTH 00 DEGREES
sons having claims or CHAPTER 45 within 60,days after the in accordance with the DIVISION B 16 MINUTES EAST
demands against NTC IS HRB sale. Summary Final Judg- 166.00 FEET, TO THE
decedent's estate on GIVE S s HEREBY ment of Foreclosure US BANK NATIONAL P.O.B. LYING AND
whom a copy of this VEN pursuant to an Dated this 21 day of dated May 21, 2009, in ASSOCIATION, AS BEING ALL IN SANTA
notice is required to .be or Summa F- May, 2009. the above-styled TRUSTEE FOR ROSA COUNTY,
served must file their dgmt f e cause, I will sell to the WFMBS 2006-AR5, FLORIDA.
claims with this court closure dated May, 2, Clerk, of the Circuit highest and best bid- Plaintiff
WITHIN THE LATER 2009 and entered in Court der for cash at the front A/K/A. 4210 DEL LOS
OFP3 MONTHS AFTER Case No. 552008CAO00 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL' steps of 'the Santa vs. ANGELES COURT,
THE TIME OF THE 1955XXXXX)00000(X of the Cir- By: J. Watkins Rosa County Court- MILTON, FL 32571
OFIRST PUBLICEATION Court in and for Deputy Clerk. house 6868 S.W. Caro- RICHARD A. LAFUZE,
OF THIS NOTICE OR l Rosa County, line Street, Milton, FL et al Any person claiming
30 AYS AFTER T iE a, wherein 053009 32570 at 11:00 AM on Defendant(s). an interest ,in the sur-
DAYS AFTERV THE CITIBANK N.A. AS 060609 the 30 day of June, plus from the sale, if
DATE. OF SERVICE OF TRUSTEE FOR THE ELOM In3, a,,^^6 plus-from the sale, if
A COPY OF THIS NO- I T T RUS T SFEOR E 2009, the following de- NOTICE OF RE- any, other than the
TICEONTHEM. 2006-HE5 is Plaintiff scribed property: SCHEDULED FORE- property owner as of
All their creditors JOSHUA R. Legal 5/694 Lot 9, Block "H", Moors Pendens must file a
the decedent and other H OW THE YCIRCUH G A racquet Club NOTICE IS HEREBY claim within sixty (60)
he deo FIednt Oan h r AH A IY, UNKNOWN IN THER CIRCUIT First Addition, a subdi- GIVEN pursuant to an days after the sale.
persons having claims TENANT NO.; UN- COURT ) OF THE vision of a portion" of Order Rescheduling
decedent's estate musnst KNOWN TENANT NO CFIRST JUDICIAL CIR S ections 40 and 41, Foreclosure Sale' dated WITNESS MY HAND
file their claims with this s2 and ALL UNKNOWN CUIT OF THE STATE Township 1 North May 18, 2009 and en- and the seal of this
court withIN h3sPARTIES CLAIMING'OF FLORIDA, IN AND' Range 28 West, Santa termed in Case NO. Court on May 20, 2009.
Mcout P IN THEOUHRES UNDEBR COUNTY ARO A Rosa County, Florida, 57-2008-CA-001704 of Du l
ODAT E OF THE FIRST R RA ST A GENERAL CIVIL DIV as recorded in Plat the Circuit Court of the Mary M. Johnson
PUBLICATION THEFOR GINM S IED A NfBook 9, Pates 14 17, FIRST Judicial Circuit Clerk of the Circuit
THIS NOTICE. OF NAMED DEFENDANT SION of the RPublic Records in and for SANTA Court
THIS NOTICE. TO THIS ACTION, OR Case No. of said County ROSACourty, Florida CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ALL CLAIMS N HAVING OR CLAIMING 2009-CA-000644 wherein US BANK NA- By: Angela Dunn
FILED WITHIN THE TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, ANY PERSON CLAIM- TIONAL ASSOCIA- Deputy Clerk
TIME PERIODS SET TITLE OR INTEREST IN WELLS FARGO BANK, ING AN INTEREST IN TION AS TRUSTEE
FORTH IN SECTION lTHE PROPERTY NA. i. THE j SURPLUS FROM FOR' WFMBS 053009
733.702 OF THE FLOR- Hare DESCRIBED, Plaintiff THE SALE, IF ANY, 2006-AR5, is the Plain- 060609
a*eDAPROBAT, CODEwillvs OTHER THAN THE tiff and RICHARD'A. 5/698
I POR BAT CDE sell to the highest and PROPERTY OWNER LAFUZE; CHERYL E.
AWILL'BE FOREVER bestbidder for cash at SPENCER G. BROWN; AS OF THE DATE OF LAFUZE; SUNTRUST
BARRED at the North Front Door KAERA LA VELLE; THE LIS PENDENS BANK HOLLEY BY Legal 5/699
NOTWITHSTANDING of the Santa Rosa WOODBINE SPRINGS MUST FILE A CLAIM THE' SEA IM VE l ,
ATHrE TIME Persl HCounty Courthouse, PA LANTA n T A I N WITHIN 60 -DAYS AF- MEANT sOcIiOn THES CIERCU
SET FORTH A 6865 Caroline Street, HOMEOWNERSASSO- TER THEC THELL CRT EiN A rn t
ETn FLORIa 30 Milton, FL 32570 at CITATION, INC.; LITTON SMALL;Far1INC e EC COURT IN AND FORs
O (2 AI FEDR O Santa Rosa CountyH, LOAN SERVICING LP; Dated: May21 2009 f I w se e NTgY, ROSA
MO A FERD TH Florida, at 11:00 am.e MORTGAGE ELEC- theT i ges OF SAn bsT CAnS unO:R 0n-135-A
DECEDENT'SDATE OF CSo the 8 day ~ f ofTOI EITAMr M. Jd~hnson. bider o cah' CS at 7132C
DET IBRRD u ly, 2009, the folw NSSES N. at oaCounty STP FTHHAT O U T YW D






sonl epes nga d5MIUesribed prpet arnd UNKlmnOW byC ClekOfRCour ROOSRA COUNTY, Hbovenmed LOASnC.
TEd rdat of a ~ asse forThNC in said. Or-UPATS ENNS,une ClGEerkAfCor UID COURTOUSE ants
publi der rFinal Juget OWNE S, n TE IRCI COURT SEA 1:9M o h 2 a

May 30 209 inc luiOMING T if a name d Deputy Clerk lowig des ibed prop- vs.





THadRndlBa EGI SOUG;THEAST o the ersonleg rernt-t 05300 Fin alK Judgment:nRA nUEL SIER
/S/ Danie n Sab ae CONRNER NOFRTH E ates a ts urveivng 06-009 9 CKREETWOO D D V
Danie P ab WEST 12OF SEC soue hei~rs, devi-_____ LOT 10, BLOCK 301, LAGE HMEOWNERS
Llion, Jlo.es &405b3 NORTH, RANGE 28 tore, and all other par- FIVARST- AFD N, AC AENDIAy NOuNIkC
WTEST; THENCE ties claiming by, Legal 5/696 C ORDING TO THEheirs FdEv LS gURnk -
05nA 0. NORTH 88 DEGREE S through, under or PLA NT FF-An Tr o cla min de
064609 JustieAv 48 MINUTES WEST against that defendant, IN THE CIRCUIT PLanT THEREOFs AS ees creditors, and
Miton, Florida 32570 ALONG THE SOUTH and the several and re- COURT OF THE 1ST 'RECORE Ie PaT othCer unknown persons
Telephe (0 LINE OF THE SECTION spectlvo unknown as- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN BoKe E a PA e gi5, or uhnkown spouses
623-2500 310 FEET; THENCE slgns, successors In In- AND FOR SAN'TA O*"F TEPUBLIC' REC" claiming by, through
ga 1NORTH 00 DEGREES teredt, trustees or other ROSA COUNTY, ORDo OF SANTA ind under any of the
Personal Represents- 15 MINUTES EAST A persons claiming by, FLORIDA tROSA CUoNTY above-named Defend-
t'cive: dQo~iR DISTANCE OF 1413.6 through, under or GENERAL JURISOIC- FLORIDA ants,
/s EwrdolandalBray FEET TO A POINT OF against any corporation TION DIVISION ,..- .
Edward" Rada Bray BEGINNING; THENCE or other legsF Ientlty CASE NO:"' A/K/An7100 Defendants.
563 CrdianStree CONTINUE NORTH 00 named as a defendant, 57-2008-CA-001933 SKNOL WOO DRIVE,
Milton, Florida 32583 DEGR~lEES 15 MIN- and all claimants, per- NAVARRE, FL 32566 AMENDED NOTICE
053009n UTE S EAST A DIS- sons or parties, natural CITIMORTGAGE, INC., Any peso clamin OF FORECLOSURE
060609 TANCE OF 100 FEET or corporate, or whose PLAINTIFF, an interest In1the sur-
0669AND CORNER; exact legal status is un- VS. plu fntrom I the sale,ifNTC is hrb
5/090 ~~THENCE WEST A DIS- known, claiming under P" rmtesl;"NTC s hrb
-----------TANCE .OF 125 FEET any of the above KEVIN H. WATSON, ET any, other than the given that the under-
Legal 5/691 AND CORNER; named or described AL., property own"er as of signed Clerk of the Cir-
THENCE SOUTH A defendants DEFENDANTISt. the date of the Lis cuit Court of Santa


IN THE CIRCUIT DISTANCE OF 100 'enoens must rile a Rosa County, Florida,
COURT IN AND FOR FEET AND CORNER; Defendants NOTICE OF ACTION claim within sixty (60) will on the 23 day of
SANTA ROSA THENCE EAST A CONSTRUCTIVE days.ateSrtsale.N June, 2009, at 11:00
COUNTY FLORIDA DISTANCE OF 125 NOTICE OF SUIT SERVICE WITNESS MY HAND o'clock A.M. at the
Case No.: FEET TO A POINT OF PROPERTY and the seal ofithis 6865 Caroline Street,
2008-CA-547 BEGINNING. TO: KEVIN H. WAT- Court on May 19, 2009. Santa Rosa County
TO: SPENCER G. SON AND AMY M. Courthouse in Milton,
WHITNEY NATIONAL ANY PERSON CLAIM- BROWN WATSON Mary M. Johnson Florida, offer for sale
BANK, ING AN INTEREST IN KAERA LA VELLE whose residence is un- Clerk of the Circuit and sell at public out-
Plaintiff, THE SURPLUS FROM UNKNOWN OCCU- known if he/she/they Court cry to the highest and
THE SALE, IF ANY, PANTS, TENANTS, be living; and if CIRCUIT COURT SEAL best bidder for cash,
vs. OTHER THAN THE OWNERS, AND hd/she/they be dead, By: Brandy Norris the following- de-
PROPERTY OWNER OTHER UNKNOWN the unknown defend- Deputy Clerk scribed property situate
WESMAV INVEST- AS OF THE DATE OF PARTIES ants who may be 00 in Santa Rosa County,
MENTS, L L C THE LIS PENDENS Residence: Unknown spouses, heirs, devi- 053009 Florida:
MARK VI6LETTE MUST FILE A CLAIM Mailing Address: Un- sees, grantees, assign- 060609
WARREN E. SCmNOTT WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- known ees, lienors, creditors, ISSI Lot 1, Block A,
and PALMETTO LAKE TER THE SALE. trustees, and all parties CREETWOOD VIL-
PRESERVE OWNERS YOU ARE HEREBY NO- claiming an interest by, Legal 5/698 LAGE, being a portion
ASSOCIATION, INC., If you are a person with TIFIED that an action to through, under or of Sections 11 & 14,
SDefendants, a disability who needs foreclose a mortgage against the Defendants, IN THE CIRCUIT Township 2 South,
any accommodation In on the following prop- who are not known to COURT OF THE Range 26 West Santa
CLERK'S NOTICE OF order to participate in arty in Santa Rosa be dead or alive, and FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Rosa County, Florida,


Saturday, June 6, 2009


according to the plat OF FLORIDA, IN AND THROUGH, UNDER,
recorded In Plat Book FOR SANTA ROSA. AND AGAINST THE
10 at Pages 30-32 of COUNTY HEREIN NAMED INDI-
the Public Records of CIVIL DIVISION VIDUAL DEFEND-
said County. CASE NO. 08 1465 CA ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
01 MTGB KNOWN TO BE DEAD
pursuant to the OR ALUVE WHETHER
Amended Final Judg- U.S. BANK NATIONAL SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
ment entered in a case ASSOCIATION ND, TIES MAY CLAIM AN
pending in said Court, INTEREST AS
the style of which is in- Plaintiff, SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
dicated above. vs. VISEES, GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIM-
Any person or entity MARLIN S. CAMPBELL; ANTS; PALMETTO
claiming an interest in THE UNKNOWN LAKE PRESERVE
the surplus, if any, re- SPOUSE OF MARLIN OWNERS ASSOCIA-
sulting from the forecio- S. CAMPBELL; BAR- TION, INC.; JOHN DOE
sure sale, other than BARA A. CAMPBELL; AND JANE DOE AS
the property owner as THE UNKNOWN UNKNOWN TENANTS
of the date of the Lis SPOUSE OF BARBARA IN POSSESSION
Pendens, must file a A. CAMPBELL; 'IF LIV- DEFENDANTS)
claim on same with the ING, INCLUDING ANY
Clerk of Court within 60 UNKNOWN SPOUSE RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
days after the forecio- OF SAID DEFEND- CLOSURE SALE
sure sale. ANT(S), IF REMAR-
RIED, AND IF DE- NOTICE IS HEREBY
WITNESS my hand and CEASED, THE RE- GIVEN pursuant to an
official seal of said SPECTIVE UNKNOWN Order Granting the Mo-
Court this 20 day of HEIRS, DEVISEES, tion to Reset Foreclo-
May, 2009. GRANTEES, ASSIGN- sure Sale dated May
EES,. CREDITORS, 20, 2009 entered in
If you are a person LIENORS, AND TRUS- Civil Case No.
with a disability who TEES, AND ALL 57-2008-CA-264 of the
needs accommoda- OTHER PERSONS Circuit Court of the 1ST
tion In order to partic- CLAIMING BY, Judicial Circuit in and
ipate In this proceed- THROUGH, UNDER for SANTA ROSA
ing, you are entitled, OR AGAINST THE County, Milton, Florida,
at no cost to you, for NAMED DEFEND- I will sell to the highest
the provision of the ANT(S); UNKNOWN and best bidder for
certain assistance. TENANT #1; UN- cash at the North front
Please contact Court KNOWN TENANT #2; steps of the courthouse
Administration at of the SANTA ROSA
6865 Caroline Stret, Defendant(s) County Courthouse,
Miltorn, Florida 32570, 6865 Caroline Street,
Telephone (850) NOTICE OF SALE Milton, Florida, at 11
623-3639 within 2 a.m. on the 29 day of
working days of your Notice is hereby given June, 2009 the follow-
receipt of this docu- that, pursuant to a Final ing described property
ment. If you are hear- Summary Judgment of as set forth in said
ing or voice. Impaired, Foreclosure entered in Summary Final Judg-
call 1-800-955-8771. the above-styled ment, to-wit:
cause, in the Circuit LOT 11; BLOCK D,
MARY M. JOHNSON Court of SANTA ROSA PALMETTO LAKE
CLERK OF THE CIR- County, Florida, I will PRESERVE, AC-
CUIT COURT sell the property situate CORDING TO THE
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL in SANTA ROSA PLAT THEREOF AS
By: J. Watkins County, Florida, de- RECORDED IN PLAT
Deputy Clerk scribed as; BOOK 9, PAGE(S)
75-78, OF THE PUB-
ATTORNEY FOR COMMENCE AT THE LIC RECORDS OF
PLAINTIFF SOUTHWEST COR- SANTA ROSA
Frank Albert Reder NER OF SECTION 36, COUNTY, FLORIDA,
Butler & Hosch, RA. TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, TOGETHER WITH
3185 S. Conway Rd., RANGE 28 WEST, BOAT SLIP #11
Ste E SANTA ROSA
Orlando, Florida 32812 COUNTY, FLORIDA; Any person claiming an
(407) 381-5200 THENCE SOUTH 89 interest in the surplus
DEGREES 45 MIN- from the sale, if any,
053009 UTES 16 SECONDS other than the property
060609 EAST ALONG THE owner as of the date of
5/699 SOUTH LINE the lis pendens, must
Legal/0 THEREOF 1250.00 file a claim within 60
Legal 5/700 FEET; THENCE days after the sale
IN THE CIRCUIT NORTH 00 DEGREES
COURT OF THE 1ST 14 MINUTES 44 SEC- Dated this 21 day of
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN ONDS EAST ALONG May, 2009.
AND' FOR SANTA THE EASTERLY
ROSA COUNTY, RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE Clerk of the Circuit
FLORIDA OF ST. JAMES Court
CIVIL DIVISION STREET (50.00 FOOT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
CASE NO, RIGHT-OF-WAY) AND By: Brandy Norris
57-2008-CA-000955 AN EXTENSION Deputy Clerk
THEREOF 331.06
COUNTRYWIDE HOME FEET TO AN INTER- IN ACCORDANCE
LOANS, INCSECTION OF THE WITH THE AMERI-
Plaintiff, N 0 R T H ER LY CANS WITH DISABILI-
Plainti RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE TIES ACT, persons with
VS. OF CYNTHIA STREET disabilities needing a
(50.00 FOOT special accommoda-
JACKIE THURMAN RIGHT-OF-WAY) AND tion should contact
TIMOTHY THURMAN: SAID EASTERLY COURT ADMINISTRA-
JOHN DOE; JANNE DOE RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE TION, at the SANTA
AS UNKNOWN TEN OF ST. JAMES ROSA County Court-
ANT(S) IN POSSES STREET; THENCE house at NONE ,
SION OF THE SUB: NORTH 49 DEGREES 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
JECT PROPERTY 24 MINUTES 35 SEC- or 1-800-955-8770, via
Defendants. ONDS EAST ALONG Florida Relay Service.
SAID NORTHERLY LAW OFFICES OF DA-
NOTICE OF FORE RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE VID J. STERN, PA.
CLOSURE SALE 555.01 FEET TO THE 900 SOUTH PINE. IS-
CLOSUE SALE POINT OF BEGINN- LAND ROAD, SUITE
NOTICE IS HEREBY ING; THENCE CON- 400, PLANTATION, FL
GOIVE pursuat to aR TINUE NORTH 49 DE- 33324-3920
Final Judgment of GREES 24 MINUTES (954) 233-8000
Foreclosure dated the 35 SECONDS EAST *08-31750 (MIMC)
20 day of M 2009ALONG SAID NORTH-
and entered 2 Case ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY 053009
and entered n 57-2008-CAs LINE 122.10 FEET; 060609
o000955, of the Circuit THENCE NORTH 35 5/ZQ2
0C00, of the ICT iJui DEGREES 13 MIN-
Courtofhe1STu d- UTES 00 SECONDS -----------
cial Circuit'in and for WEST 131.21 FEET;
Santa Rosa County, THENCE SOUTH 48 Legal 5/703
Florida, wherein DGES.9MN
itOUN1RYWIDE HOME DEGREES .19 MIN-
OANSryINC. is the UTES 58 SECONDS IN THE CIRCUIT
Plaintiff and JAKIE WEST 122.34 FEET; COURT OF THE 1ST
Plaitiff TIMAK TIHENCE SOUTH 35 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
THURMAN; TIMOTHY DEGREES 13. MIN- AND FOR SANTA
U RMAN; DO AJH UTES 00 SECONDS ROSA COUNTY,
DOE; JANE DOE AS EAST 128.90 FEET TO FLORIDA
UNKNOWN TENANT THE POINT OF BE- GENERAL JURISDIC-
F T'POSS ECT S GINNING. TION DIVISION
THEUBJCTCASE NO:
PROPERTY are defend-h2609-CA-000055
ants. I will sell to the 2009-CA-000055
highest and best bid- 5477 CYNTHIA ST CITIMORTGAGE, INC.
der for cash at the MILTON, FL 32583 SUCCESSOR BY
NORTH FRONT STEPS I MERGER TO ABN
,,O tOU: 110 a public sale, to the AMRO MORTGAGE
the Santa Rosa county highest and best bid- GROUP, INC
lourida, at H 1:0an mn der for cash, FRONT PLAINTIFF'
Flora at 10 a STEPS OF THE SANTA VS.
on the -30 day of June, ROSA COUNTY
2009, the following de- COURTHOUSE, MIL- RICHARD C VAN
scribed property as set TON FLORIDA, ATTA; CHERI M VAN
forth in said Final Judg- County, Florida, at ATTA; ANY AND ALL
.ment, to wit: 11:00 AM, on the-29 UNKNOWN PARTIES
LOT 27, BLOCK A, day of June, 2009. CLAIMING I BY,
COUNTRY BREEZE THROUGH, UNDER,
COUNTRY BREEZE Any person claiming AND AGAINST THE
EASTN A PORTIOI an Interest in the sur- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
SION OF A PORTION ^ ^^^ VDA EED
OF SECTION 8 plus from the sale, If VIDUAL DEFEND-
TWNSHIP 2 SOUTH any, other than the ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
RANGE 26 WEST property owner as of KNOWN TO BE DEAD
I SANTA ROSA the date of the lis OR ALIVE WHETHER
COUNTY, FLORIDA pendens, must file a SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
AS RECORDED i claim within 60 days TIES MAY CLAIM AN
OAT K F, PAGE after the sale. INTEREST AS
9PLAT ANOK OFTE SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
93,B(AAND B)EOFRTE Clerk of the Circuit VISEES, GRANTEES
PUBLIC RECORDS Court OR OTHER CLAIM-
OF SANTA ROSA CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ANTS; UNITED
COUNTY, FLORIDA. By Brandy Norris STATES OF AMERICA
ANY PERCSON CLAIM- Deputy Cle rk ON BEHALF OF THE
^ Ak I^Q'Q^ ADMINISTRATOR OF
NG ANRN ERET IN accordance with THE SMALL BUSINESS
THE SURPLU FROM" the Americans with ADMINISTRATION; RE-
THE SALE, IF ANY, Disabilities Act of GIONS BANK F/K/A

OTE HAN THEo -T EU SA
POPERT OWANTER 1990, persons need- AMSOUTH BANK
AS OF TER DAE OF|ng a special accom- JOHN DOE AND JANE
THE ISc PEDEN^S modation to partici- DOE AS UNKNOWN
MUST FILE A CLAIM Pate In this proceed- TENANTS IN POSSES-
WITHN 60 DAYS AF Ing shoul contact the SION
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- A Coordinator no DEFENDANTS)
TER THESAlater than seven (7)
If ouar apeso wthdays prior to the pro- NOTICE OF FORE-
af Disabiites wheroneedt ceedings. If hearing CLOSURESALE
a aisccommas ion ine Impaired, please call
oe ta rticipdateon in (800) 955-9771 (TDD) NOTICE IS HEREBY
order to participate in or (800) 955-8770 GIVEN pursuant to a
this proceeding you are voice), via Florida Summary Final Judg-
yutothe pronvions to Relay Service. ment of Foreclosure
you to the provisions of dated Ma 21, 2009 en-
certain assistant please 053009 tered .in civil Case No.
contact Susan Land at 060609 2009-CA-O00055 of the
6865 Caroline Street 01 Circuit Court of the 1ST
oitliM, n i FL 3270 LZ


rvio L -'Z ,
850-983-1012 within 2
working days of this re-
ceipt of this document.
If you are hearing or
Voice impaired call
1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 20 day of
May, 2009.
Mary M. Johnson
Clerk Of The Circuit
Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins
Deputy Clerk
053009
060609
51700

Legal 5/701
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF THE STATE


Legal 5/702 .
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-264
M & I BANK, FSB
PLAINTIFF
VS.
DENISE M.
YAGODZINSKI, UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
DENISE M.
YAGODZINSKI, IF ANY;
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,


Judicial Circuit in and
for SANTA ROSA
County, MILTON, Flor-
ida, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at NORTH
FRONT STEPS OF
COURTHOUSE at the
SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse located at
6865 CAROLINE ST in
MILTON Florida, at
1100 a.m. on the 1 day
of July, 2009 the follow-
ing described property
as set forth in said
Summary Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
LOT 19, BLOCK E,
NORTH HARBOR, A
SUBDIVISION OF A
PORTION OF SEC-
TION 28, TOWNSHIP
2 NORTH, RANGE 29
WEST, SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO THE


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PLAT RECORDED IN Pre-qualified Contrac- Mary M. Johnson IN RE: The Forfeiture
PLAT BOOK G, PAGE tors By The Santa Rosa As Clerk of Circuit of:
73 OF THE PUBLIC County School Board, Court
RECORDSHOF SAID At The Office Of The CIRCUIT COURT SEAL $103,200.00 U.S. Cur-
COUNTY Assistant Superin- By: J. Watkins rency and one 2000
tendent For Adminis- As Deputy Clerk Jeep Cherokee,
Any person claiming an trative Services, 6544 NOTICE VIN#1J4G258N2YC180
interest in the surplus Firehouse Road, Up- If you are a person with 334;
from the sale, if any, stairs Conference a disability who needs
other than the property Room (Maintenance any accommodation in DEFENDANT/CLAIM-
owner as of the date of B u i I d order to participate in ANT:
the lis pendens. must ing)(850)983-5123, Mil- this proceeding, you
file a claim within 60 ton Florida, Until 2:00 are entitled, at no cost VICTOR GIL ALEMAN.
days after the sale. PM, Local Time, TUES- to you, to the provision
DAY, June 16, 2009, At of certain assistance. NOTICE OF FORFEI-
Dated this 21 day of Which Time And Place Please contact Court TURE PROCEEDING
May, 2009. All Bids Will Be Publicly Administration at SantaI
Opened And Read Rosa County Court- TO: Victor Gil Aleman,
MARY M. JOHNSON Aloud, For The Con- house, 801 Caroline 105 Hattaway Drive,
Clerk of the Circuit struction Of "PACE Street, Milton, Florida Altamonte Springs,
Court HIGH SCHOOL REN- 32570, telephone Florida 32701, and all
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL OVATION OF OLD ME- 850-983-1012, within persons who claim an
By: J. Watkins DIA CENTER" AND two working days of interest in $103,200.00
Deputy Clerk "PACE HIGH SCHOOL your receipt of this no- U.S. Currency and one
KITCHEN RENOVA- tice; if you are hearing 2000 Jeep Cherokee,
THE LAW OFFICES OF TION/ADDITION" For impaired, call V .I N #
DAVID J. STERN, RA., The School Board Of 1-800-955-8771; if you 1J4G258N2YC180334,
ATTORNEY FOR Santa Rosa County, are voice impaired, call which were seized on
PLAINTIFF Florida. Both projects 1-800-955-8770. or about April 9, 2009
900 South Pine Island will be awarded to One and April 29, 2009 at
Road Suite 400 (1) Contractor only. 053009 Garcon Point Road at
Plantation, FL Any Bids Received Af- 060609 Interstate 10 in Santa
33324-3920 ter Closing Will Be Re- 5/7ZQZ Rosa County. Said
(954)233-8000 turned Unopened. property is in the cus-
09-17236(FM) (FNM) All contractors for edu- Legal 5/708 tody of the Santa Rosa
national facilities are CIRCUIT County Sheriff's Office
IN ACCORDANCE hereby notified that to IN THE CIRCUIT in Santa Rosa County,
WITH THE AMERI- be eligible to bid on COURT IN AND FOR Florida, and a Com-
CANS WITH DISABILI- school projects the SANTA ROSRIDA plaint for Final, Judg-
TIES ACT, persons with must be pre-qualifie. COUNTY, FLORIDA ment of Forfeiture per-
TISaACT,pesonsewith mutacetpee-B ard at PROBATE DIVISION taining thereto has
disabilities needing a Contact the Board at File NO. been filed in the above
special accommoda- the above address for 57 2008CP33 stybeen fled causing the above.
tion should contact information on 0Division"-33 styled causeB"
COURT ADMINISTRA pre-qualifying. Dated this 21st day ofDivision B
TION, at the SANTA Documents May Be Se- IN RE- ESTATE OF: May 2009 21st y
ROSA County Court- cured From DAG AR- IN STATEF May 2009.
house at CHITECTS, 40 S. LORIN ERNEST /s/LAURA JOYNER
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) Palafox Street, Suite STRANGERNEST //LAURA JOYNERJR., NYE
or 1-800-955-8770, via 201, Pensacola, Flor- Deceased LAURA JOYNER NYE
Florida Relay Service. ida, 32502, (Contact Fecease LAURA JOYNER No.YE:
Rita Bronson at NOTICE TO CREDI 487236 .
053009 850-337-6442 or check NOTO.E TO AREDI 487236 s
060609 w e b s i t e Lindsay & Andrews,
5/703 www dagarchitects. P.A.
C__ corn Click on An The administration of 5218 Wling Street
om et An the estate of LORIN Milton, lorida 32570
Legal5/704DounceDe ns)po f$30 ponAERNEST STRANGE, (850) 623-3200
THE CIRCUIT OF Set for a Total of JR.,deceased, File Fax (850) 623-0104
INTECRUTO Se-foaToaofN u in b e r Attorney for Plaintiff
THE 1st JUDICIAL $600 for both. Deposit 5-20N, 0 -CP-33, e Attorney for Plaintiffs
CIRCUIT OF FLOR- Will Be Refunded Pro- endin in the C.ircuit
IDA, IN AND FOR vided That Plans And pCending in the Circuit 060609
SANTA ROSA .Specifications Are Re- Court forid Santa Rosa 061309
COUNTY turned In Good Order County, Florida, Pro-lh
Case #: To The Architect Within bate Division, the ad-ichis 6865 I-6/
2008-CA-001069 Seven (7) Days After of i is 5 Legal 6/715 CR
Division P: Bid Date And, Furt Florida 32570. The IN THE CIRCUIT
UNC: Contractor SubThmit A names and addresses COURT OF THE 1ST
UNC CBonra Fce Bid, of the personal repre- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
Bona Fide Bid. ettv n h e-ADum FOR SAN TA 1
Citigroup Global Mar- Bids shall be submitted e epesentativea AD FDOR COSANTA
kets Realty Corp., on the form supplied torney arepset foati OSA COUNTY
Plaintiff, by the Architect. Each abeorne are set fort FLORIDA
bid must be accompa- below. GENERAL JURISDIC-
-Vs.- nied by a Bid Bond in All creditors of the de- TION DIVISION
,the amount' of 5% of cement and other per- CASE NO:
Christopher A.-Toomeythebrsons having claims or 57-2008-CA-00184
ChritophrA.-Tooe anthebae bthathesgucces- demands against the
and Debra J. Toomey,eantee that the success- decedent's estate, in- U.S. BANK NATICrrJAL
Husband and Wife; ful bidder will enter into clouding unmatured, ASSOCIATION, AS
CitiBank, N.A. a written contract with contingent or unliqui- TRUSTEE FOR THE
Defendant(o). a 100% 'Performance a copy of this notice is ALTERNATIVE LNT 1i
dBoedMayB, o0 ndRc" and a 100%sR.
NOTIC.E OF SALE "Labor and Materiale rms wtR cothIrTR US 06-2,
Payment Bond" satis aITHIN THE LATER hs cI
NOTICE IS HEREBY factory to the Owner. OF 3 MONTHS AFTER V
GIVEN pursuant to an The Owner Reserves TH O NATE OF'SERV- R ne anRU
Order of Final Judg- the, Right to Waive In- CO TE DA COEPY OFA ROBERT A RUTH eT
ment of Foreclosure formalities in Bidding THIh ANOTICE ON As'ECA irS
dated May 19, 2009, and Reject Any and All, THNHEM DEFENDANTS).
entered in Civil Case Bids. IAequste thercoedAtoCLAM. SNofSOTICE rA
No. 200-CA-001069 of By Tim Wyrosdick, Su- A E othereditandotr FR NOtsTICE OF ACTIONVE
the Circuit Court of the perintendent of h fere av ng a id s C n t IVnes
1st Judicial Circuit in Schools pers Mang claimsn bSERVICE
County,0 Florida, 053009 decedent's estate, in- TO: ROBERT A. RUTH
wherein Citigroup 060609 clouding unmaturer, AND PAMELA K.






wh er ein ri d prop06698356,Snh at N ENS hh~tte itr
Global Markets Realty 061309 contingent or unliqUa- RUTH
Corp., Plaintiff and57 dated claims, must file whose residence is un-
Christopher A. Toomey A their claims with this known tif he/sheta ne
and Debra J. Toomey, Court WITHINT be living;owandg
Husband and Wife are MONTHS AFTER THE, he/she/they be cead
dfNdaNATYs, ILrDATE OF THE FIRST the unknown deter,)
CCORDNIN Owill sell Legal 5/706 PUBLICATIONeOF O may OD
to thehigheat andabest, IS NOTICE. O. aonuss wheismay -
bidder for cash, AT LealAd' s spouses heirs, .aev.








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ORNR OF THESA R ANT Input is requested con- ALL CLAIMS.NTSOeesOF, cred -
ROSA COUNTY corning development of FILED WILL BE FOR- trustees, and all panres
COURTHOUSE LO the Individuals with Dis- EVER BARRED. claiming an interesRi
CATED AT665 CARO- abilities Education Act 9 through, under or
LINE STRLET ML- (IDEA) Grant. The date of the first against the Defendants.
TON FLSORIDA AT EEFor InformatiN uliton con- publication of this No- wo are not, known ic
11:00N A.M. CENTRAL tact: Linda Novota, Di- ticeisMay 30,2009. be dead or alive, n
STANDARD TIME on rector of Exceptional all parties having oc
I 4 20ARD thP fo- StudentW Education Personal Representa- claiming to have an)
June 24, 2009 the fol- g5167, Santa Rosa tive: ,right, title or intere' ii
lowing described prop- County Schools, LORIN ERNES1 the property desc-0oe
arty as set forth in said Novota~l-mail~santaro, STRANGE, Ill In h otgg.~n












Fia Jdmn, OHO RTA IEO-AE.2~rc114 bia in oof motgagebein
inal Judgment, to-wit sa.k12.fl.us 217 Tallstone Drive foreclosed herein.
LOT 3, BLOCK C- 0Fayetteville, North Car- .
ABLANCA PARCEL 053009' olina 28311 YOU ARE HEREBY NO
NO 1 BEING A POR 060609 TIFIED that an actic.r, ic.
NTIAON F SECTION 6 061309 Attorney for Personal foreclose a mortgage











TIONCEOFLESE CTON 602009, needi Raepraesiecnpotive:thI d mniaeytree,
TOWNSHIP 3 SOUTH' 0 e on the following pru'p
RANGE 29 WEST: 5/706 GREGORY D. SMITH erty:
SANTA ROSA Gregory D. Smith, PA. r-
COUNTY, FLORIDA, 201 South Baylaen ti O cmtLCKC
ACCORDING TO PL AT street DAVID'S LANDING.
FILED IN PLAT BOOK Legal 5/707 Suite A ACCORDING TO THE
THE PUBLIC REC- CN O TI C FRCUIT Pensacola, Florida THEREOF AS RE-
RN OU SAID COURT IN AND FOR 32502/32591 CORDED IN PLAT
COUNTY SAID SANTA ROSA (850) 434-1821 BOOKF,PAGE(S)26.
COUNT Y. 5 COUNTY, FLORIDA Gdsmithlaw@aol.com PUBLIC RECORDS
ANY PERSON CLAIM- C ase No. Florida Bar No. 366511 OF SANTA ROSA
ING AN INTERESTIN 09-175-CAO1-MTG-B COUNTY FLORIDA.
THE SURPLUS FROM REGIONS BANK D/B/A'03009 has been filed ORI
THE SALE, IF ANY, REGIONS MORTGAGE 0669an .ht x s thas Ben fied a're
OTHER THAN THE SUCCESSOR BY 5L79 youe and you are icy
PROPERTY OWNER lyMERGER TO Legal 6/711y quired to serve a n .Kpy
-AS OF THE DATE OF AMSOUTH BANK, of rour, written d'.
THE LIS PENDENS Ml.t.- tt f a fences, if any, to i] or,
MUST FILE A CLAIM Plaintiff, Mltn Lotfor Sai DAVID J. STERN, EO
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- vs. The GFWC (Milton Plaintiff's attorrNa,
TER THE SALE. Woman's Club) is ac- whose address is C-60
TR T SE. ROBERT M. MCGAVIN; cepting bids on the va- South Pine'Island Road
IF YOU ARE A PER- UNKNOWN SPOUSE cant lot on Santa Rosa #400, Plantation, FL
SON WITH A DISABIL COF ROBERT M. St. Milton Fl. 32530. 33324-3920 on o te
ITY WHO NEEDS ANY MCGAVIN; and UN- Santa Rosa Co., Legal fore July 6, 2009, in'-.
ACCOMMODATION IN KNOWN TENANT, Description, TOWN OF later than 30 days roIn
ORDR O PARTC- Deendants. MITON LOT 3 BLK 31 th dat of the li-:t
PATE IN THIS R-NTC OFn SAL AS DES IN' OR 1406 publication of this *ro
CEDING, YOU ARE NOIE.F? PG 216. Parcel ID tic of action) and tie
COT TO YOU TO NTCE IS GIVEN pur- 03100-0030 8 Sealed clrk of tis ourteith
THE PROVISION OF suant to a Final Judg- bids will be accepted before service cr,
CERTAIN ASSIS ment dated May 20, for thirty' days from plaintiff's attorney Cii
TANCE. PLEASE CON- 2009, entered in Case date of ,Posting. Bidd- immediately thereseer.
TACT SANTA ROSA N o ing' will close on the 3r otherwise a default esii
COUNTY COURT 09-175-CA01-MTG-B, day of July 2009. All be entered against yc'u
HOUSE, 6616 CARO- of the Circujit Court in offers ms^'t" be post- for the relief demanded
LINE STREET MIL andi for Santa marked by the 4th day in the complaint or pe,
TON, FL 32570 WITHIN RosaCounty, Florida, of July 2009. There is tition filed herein.
2 WORKING DAYS OF- wherein ROBERT M. a minimum reserve
YOUR RECEIPT OF MCGAVIN are the De- p rce .for this property. WITNESS my hanc a.ro
THIS NOTICE OF fedants, that I will sell the sealed minimum the seal of this Co-in 3t
SALE: IF YOU ARE to the highest and best am}ount will be held b SANTA ROSA Ccunt',
HEARING IMPAIRlED bidder .for cash, at the the law firm of Suther- Florida, this 26 day 0i
CALL: 1-600-955-6771; Cler of the Circuit land, Asbill & Brennan. May, 2009.-
IF YOU AR VOIC E u iM-E Court, Santa Rosa Bids' will be opened
PAIRED CALL Count Courthouse fa- and reviewed on or be- Mary M. Johnson
1-600-955-770 duy, 6665 CarolIne St, fore the 15th day of CLERK OF THE CiR-
1-80-9558770 Milton, Florida 32570, July 2009. Sale will be CUlT COURT
D>ATED at MILTON FRONT STEPS OF awarded to the highest CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Florida this 21 day oi COUJRTHOUSE ON bidder (hat exceeds the. BY: J. WATKINS
May, 2009. ul A.M. 2009 at 11:00 minimum reserve. In DEPUTY CLERK
way, <:ua. the following de- the event, of two or
MARY M. JOHNSON scribed real property more identical bids the LAW OFFICES OF DA-
CLERK< OF THE CR'i as set forth in the Final tying bidders will be VID J STERN
CUlT COURT -Judgment: notified and given five ATTORNEY FOR
Santa Rosa County, LOT 21, BLOCK A, days, after notification PLAINTIFF
Florida y'SAND PIPER COVE, to submit their highest 900 SOUTH PINE IS-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ACCORDING TO THE and best offer. Bids LAND ROAD SUITE
BY: Brandy Norris MAP OR .PLAT should be submitted 400
DEPUTY CLERtK THEREOF AS RE- to: PLANTATION, .FL
DEPUY CERK CORDED IN PLAT Tom Curvin, _Suther- 33324-3920


ATTORNEY FOR BOOKC, PAGE(S) 122, land, Asbill & Brennan, 08-01626 ASCF
PLAINTIFF: PUBLIC RECORDS OF 999 Peachtree Street IN ACCORDANCE
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, SANTA ROSA NE, Atlanta, GA WITH THE AMERI-
HLLAPRO & FISHMAN, COUNTY, FLORIDA. 30309-3996. Attention: CANS' WITH DISABILI-
10004 North Dale bNQRIEC Milton Woman's Club TIES ACT, persons with
Mabry Hwy, Suite 112 ANY PERSON CLAIM- disabilities needing a
Tampa, Florida 33618 ING AN INTEREST IN 060309 special accommoda-
08-102569 THE SURPLUS FROM 060609 tion should contact
08-102569 THE SALE, IF ANY, 6Z11 COURT ADMINISTRA-
053009 OTHER THAN THE TION, at the SANTA
060609 PROPERTY OWNER Legal 6/714 ROSA County Court-
AS OF THE DATE OF house at 850-963-1967,
__ THE LISH PENDENS IN THE CIRCUIT 1-600-955-8771 (TDD)
MUST FILE A CLAIM COURT IN AND FOR or 1-800-955-8770 via
Legal 5/705 WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- SANTA FLORIDOSA Florida Relay Service.
TER THE SALE. COUNTY, FLORIDA FoiaRlySrie
INVITATION TO pD Dated this May 21, Case No. 060609
Sealed Bids Will Be Re. 2009. 09-874-CA-01-FF-B 061309
ceived From 61715


the highest and best Legal 6/717
Legal 6/716 bidder for cash at the
NORTH FRONT STEPS IN THE CIRCUIT OF
IN THE CIRCUIT OF COURTHOUSE at THE 1st JUDICIAL
COURT OF THE 1ST the Santa Rosa County CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Courthouse in Milton, IDA, IN AND FOR
AND FOR SANTA Florida, at 11:00 a.m. SANTA ROSA
ROSA COUNTY, on the 30 day of June, COUNTY
FLORIDA 2009, the following de- Case #: 2008-CA-005
CIVIL DIVISION scribed property as set 45
CASE NO.: forth in said Final Judg- Division #: B
57-2008-CA-001562 ment, to wit: UNC:
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOT 30, KELLIE'S Regions Bank d/b/a
LOANS, INC., WAY, ACCORDING Regions Mortgage,
Plaintiff, TO THE THEREOF AS Inc.,
vs. RECORDED IN PLAT Plaintiff,
BOOK 9 AT PAGE -vs.-
ERNEST D. 1, OF THE PUBLIC
BARTOCCI; FIRST HO- RECORDS OF SANTA Larry D. Richardson;
RIZON, A DIVISION OF ROSA COUNTY, Stephanie K. Richard-
FIRST TENNESSEE FLORIDA. son; Galloway, John-
BANK, N.A., ANASTA- 'son, Tompkins, Burr &
SIA B. BARTOCCI; UN- ANY PERSON CLAIM- Smith, A Professional
KNOWN SPOUSE OF ING AN INTEREST IN Law Corporation
ERNEST D. THE SURPLUS FROM
BARTOCCI; JOHN THE SALE,- IF, ANY, Defendant(s).
DOE; JANE DOE AS OTHER THAN THE
UNKNOWN TEN- PROPERTY OWNER AMENDED NOTICE
ANT(S) IN POSSES- AS OF THE DATE OF OF SALE
SION OF THE SUB- THE LIS PENDENS
JECT PROPERTY MUST FILE A CLAIM NOTICE IS HEREBY
Defendants. WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- GIVEN pursuant to an
TER THE SALE. Order of Final Judg-
RE-NOTICE OF FORE- ment of Foreclosure
CLOSURE SALE If you are a person with dated May 26, 2009,
a Disabilities who need entered in Civil Case
NOTICE IS HEREBY any accommodation in No. 2008-CA-00545 of
GIVEN pursuant to a order to participate in the Circuit Court of the
Final Judgment of this proceeding you are 1st Judicial Circuit in
Foreclosure dated the entitled at no cost to and for Santa Rosa
22 day of May, 2009, you to the provisions of County, Florida,
and entered in Case certain assistant please wherein Regions Bank
No. 57-2008-CA- contact Susan Land at d/b/a Regions Mort-
001562, of the Circuit 850-6865 Caroline gage, Inc., Plaintiff and
Court of the 1ST Judi- Street Milton, FL 32570, Larry D. Richardson, Jr.
cial Circbit in and for 850-983-1012 within 2 and Stephanie K. Rich-
Santa Rosa County, working days of this re- ardson, Husband and
Florida, wherein ceipt of this document. Wite are defendantss, I
COUNTRYWIDE HOME If. you are hearing or will sell to the highest
LOANS, INC. is the Voice impaired call and best bidder for
Plaintiff and ERNEST 1-800-955-8771. cash, AT THE NORTH
D. BARTOCCI; FIRST FRONT DOOR OF THE
HORIZON A DIVISION Dated this 27 day of SANTA ROSA COUNTY
OF FIRST TENNESSEE, May, 2009. COURTHOUSE LO-
BANK, N.A.; ANASTA- CATED AT'6865 CARO-
SIA B: BARTOCCI; UN- MARY M. JOHNSON LINE STREET, MIL-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF Clerk Of The Circuit TON, FLORIDA AT
EBNEST D. Court 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL
BARTOCCI; JOHN CIRCUIT COURT SEAL STANDARD TIME on
DOE; JANE DOE AS By: Brandy Norris July 2, 2009 the follow-
UNKNOWN TENANT Deputy Clerk ing described property
(S) IN POSSESSION as set forth in said Final
OF THE SUBJECT 060609 Judgment, to-wit:
PROPERTY are de- 061309 4
fehdants. I-will sell to 6/716 LOT 24, BLOCK B,











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drutaS June 6 2009


SPENCER OAKS BY: J. WATKINS
LANDING PHASE 1, A DEPUTY CLERK
SUBDIVISION OF A
PORTION OF SEC- ATTORNEY FOR
TION 10, TOWNSHIP 1 PLAINTIFF:
NORTH, RANGE 29 SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
WEST, SANTA ROSA LLP
COUNTY, FLORIDA, 10004 North Dale
ACCORDING TO THE Mabry Hwy, Suite 112
PLAT THEREOF, RE- Tampa, Florida 33618
CORDED IN PLAT 08-095638
BOOK G, PAGES 82
(1,2, AND AMP; 3), OF 060609
THE PUBLIC REC- 061309
ORDS OF SAID 6/717
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIM- Legal 6/718
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM IN THE CIRCUIT
THE SALE, IF ANY, COURT IN AND FOR
OTHER THAN THE SANTA ROSA
PROPERTY OWNER COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
AS OF THE DATE OF CASE NO: 08-1664-CA
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM COUNTRYWIDE HOME
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- LOANS, INC
TER THE SALE. Plaintiff,
vs.
IF YOU ARE A PER-
SON WITH A DISABIL- ROBERT D. DABOLL
ITY WHO NEEDS ANY A/K/A ROBERT DON
ACCOMMODATION IN DABOLL; PAMELA E.
ORDER TO PARTICI- DABOLL A/K/A PAM-
PATE IN THIS PRO- ELA ELLEN DABOLL,
CEEDING, YOU ARE and any unknown
ENTITLED, AT NO heirs, devisees, grant-
COST TO YOU, TO ees, creditors, and
THE PROVISION OF other unknown persons
CERTAIN ASSIS- or unknown spouses
TANCE. PLEASE CON- claiming by, through
TACT SANTA ROSA and under any of the
COUNTY COURT- above-named Defend-
HOUSE, 6816 CARO- ants,
LINE STREET, MIL-
TON, FL 32570 WITHIN Defendants.
2 WORKING DAYS OF
YOUR RECEIPT OF AMENDED NOTICE
THIS NOTICE OF OF FORECLOSURE
SALE: IF YOU ARE SALE
HEARING IMPAIRED
CALL: 1-800-955-8771; NOTICE is hereby
IF YOU ARE VOICE IM- given that the under-
PAIRED CALL: signed Clerk of the Cir-
1-800-955-8770 cuit Court of Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
DATED @t MILTON, will on the 29 day of
Florida, this 27 day of June, 2009, at 11:00
May, 2009. o'clock A.M. at 6865


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'ing described property
situate in Santa Rosa ATTORNEY FOR COMMENCE AT THE
County, Florida: PLAINTIFF SOUTHEAST COR-
Frank Albert Reder NER OF THE.SOUTH-
Commence at the BUTLER & HOSCH, WEST 1/4 OF THE
Northwest corner of RA. NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
the West 1/2 of the 3185 S. Conway Road SECTION 10, TOWN-
Southeast 1/4 of the Suite F SHIP 1 NORTH,
Southeast 1/4 of the Orlando, FL 32812 RANGE 29 WEST,
Northwest 1/4 of the (407) 381-5200 SANTA ROSA
Northeast of Section COUNTY, FLORIDA;
15, Township 2 South, 060609 THENCE RUN SOUTH
Range 26 West, Santa 061309 89 DEGREES 59 MIN-
Rosa County, Florida; 6/718 UTES 03 SECONDS
thence go Southerly WEST ALONG THE
along the West line of SOUTH LINE OF SAID
the West 1/2 of the Legal 6/719 NORTHEAST 1/4, A
Southeast 1/4 of the a DISTANCE OF 253.32
Southeast 1/4 of the IN THE CIRCUIT FEET TO. AN INTER-
Northwest 14/4 of the COURT OF THE SECTION WITH THE
Northeast 1/4 a dis- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SOUTHERLY, PRO-
tance of 141.43 feet to CUlT OF THE STATE JECTION OF THE
the Point of Beginn- OF FLORIDA IN AND WEST RIGHT OF WAY
ing; thence continue FOR SANTA ROSA OF DOGWOOD DRIVE
Southerly a distance COUNTY (66 FOOT WIDE
of 156.47 feet to the CIVIL DIVISION RIGHT OF WAY) AND
North right of way line CASE NO. 08 1879 CA SAID SOUTH LINE;
of Deer Lane (R/W Un- THENCE RUN NORTH
known); thence de- HSBC BANK USA, NA- 00 DEGREES 27 MIN-
flect left 89 degrees TIONAL ASSOCIA- UTES 20 SECONDS
48 minutes 56 sec- TION AS INDENTURE WEST ALONG SAID
onds along said North TRUSTEE OF THE WEST RIGHT OF
Right of way in an FIELDSTONE MORT- WAY, A DISTANCE OF
Easterly direction a GAGE INVESTMENT 258.63 FEET TO THE
distance of 70.17 feet; TRUST SERIES SOUTHEAST ,COR-
thence deflect left in 2006-03 NER OF SAID LOT 13;
Northerly direction 90 THENCE CONTINUE
degrees 11 minutes plaintiff NORTH 00 DEGREES
04 seconds a distance vs. 27 MINUTES 20 SEC-
of 156.47 feet; thence ONDS WEST ALONG
deflect left in a West- ROCKY CASEY A/K/A SAID WEST RIGHT OF
early direction 89 de- ROCKY L. CASEY; THE WAY, A DISTANCE OF
grees 48 minutes 56 UNKNOWN SPOUSE 2.50 FEET TO THE
seconds a distance of OF ROCKY CASEY POINT OF BEGINN-
70.17 feet to the Point A/K/A ROCKY L. CA- ING; THENCE CON-
of Beginning. SEY- JAMIE D. CASEY- TINUE ALONG SAID
IF LIVING, INCLUDING RIGHT OF WAY
pursuant to the Final ANY UNKNOWN NORTH 00 DEGREES
Judgment entered in a SPOUSE OF SAID DE- 27 MINUTES 20 SEC-
case pending in said FENDANT(S), IF RE- ONDS WEST, A DIS-
Court, the style of MARRIED, AND IF DE- TANCE OF 77.50
which is indicated CEASED, THE RE- FEET; THENCE DE-
above. SPECTIVE UNKNOWN PART SAID RIGHT OF
HEIRS DEVISEES, WAY AND RUN
Any person or entity GRANTEES, ASSIGN- SOUTH 89 DEGREES
claiming an interest in EES CREDITORS 44 MINUTES 06 SEC-
the surplus, if any, re- LIENORS AND TRUS- ONDS WEST, A DIS-
sulting from the foreclo- TEES, AND ALL TANCE OF 187.11
sure sale, other than OTHER PERSONS FEET TO THE WEST
the property owner as CLAIMING BY, LINE OF SAIDLOT 13;
of the date of the Lis THROUGH UNDER THENCE RUN SOUTH
Pendens, must file a OR AGAINST THE 00 DEGREES 27 MIN-
claim on same with the NAMED DEFEND- UTES 20 SECONDS
Clerk of Court within 60 ANT(S)- UNKNOWN EAST ALONG SAID
days after the foreclo- TENANT #1; UN- WEST LINE, A
sure sale. KNOWN TENANT #2; DISTANCE OF 77.50
I FEET; THENCE RUN
WITNESS my hand and Defendant(s) NORTH 89 DEGREES
official seal of said 44 MINUTES 06 SEC-
Court this 28 day of NOTICE OF SALE BONDS EAST, A DIS-
May, 2009. TANCE OF 187.11
Notice is hereby given FEET TO THE POINT
If you are a person with that, pursuant to a Final OF BEGINNING.
a disability who needs Summary Judgment of
accommodation in or- Foreclosure entered in A/K/A,
der to participate in this the above-styled
proceeding, you are cause, in the Circuit 4825 MAYO CIR
entitled, at no cost to Court of SANTA ROSA MILTON, FL 3257.1
you, for the provision of County, Florida, I will .
the certain assistance, sell the property situate at public sale, at Front
Please contact Court in SANTA ROSA steps of the Santa
Administration at 6865 County, Florida, de- Rosa County Court-
Caroline Street, Milton, scribed as: house, Milton, Florida
Florida 32570, Tele- at 11:00 AM, on the 7
phone (850) 623-3639 THE NORTH 77.50 day of July, 2009.
within 2 working days. FEET OF THE SOUTH
of your receipt of this 80.00 FEET OF LOT Clerk of the Circuit
document. If you are 13, ACCORDING TO -Court
hearing or voice im- AN UNRECORDED MARY M. JOHNSON
paired, call SUBDIVISION PLAT By Brandy Norris
1-800-955-8771. BY J.W. COOK, Deputy Clerk
DATED 07/12/67, FOR
CLERK OF THE CIR- JAMES WARD AND In accordance with
CUIT COURT BEING MORE' PAR- the Americans with'
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL TICULARLY DE- Disabilities Act of
.By: Angela Dunn SCRIBED AS FOL- 1990, persons need-
Deputy Clerk LOWS: ing a special accom-


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C1lasiipds


modation to partici-
pate in this proceed-
ings should contact
the ASA Coordinator
no later than seven
(7) days prior to the
proceedings. If hear-
ing Impaired, please
call (800) 955-9771
(TDD) or (800)
955-8770 (voice), via
Florida Relay Service.
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No.
57-2009-CP-159
Division
IN RE:ESTATE OF
Billy R. Bass
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of Billy R.
Bass, deceased, whose
date of death was
March 22, 2009, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 6865
Caroline Street, Milton,
Florida 32570-0472.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
p e r s o n a I
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE, OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of
the decedent and. other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.


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NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
June 6, 2009/
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
/s/ Angela J. Jones
Florida Bar No. 096441
Locklin Jones & Saba,
RA.
6460 Justice Avenue
Milton, Florida 32570
Telephone: (850)
623-2500
Personal Representa-
tive:
/s/ William T. Bass
William T. Bass
4849 Skipper Lane
Pace, Florida 32571
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.: 09-515-DR
Division: E
Colleen A. Patterson,
Petitioner
and
Michael T. Patterson,
Respondent.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: Colleen A. Patter-
son
5174 Bodega Dr. Mil-
ton FL 32583
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on Michael T. Pat-
terson, whose address
is 8050 N. 9th Ave #39
on or before e 07-07-09,
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court
at 6865 Caroline St.
Milton, FL-32570, be-
fore service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to
do so, a default may
be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
quest.


You must keep the


Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
ofi your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
dForm 12.915.) Future



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nt IN THE CIRCUIT



COURWELLS FARGO BANKTA
PrvieS ROSA COUNTY,



WSNAT FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVI-
TION ON BEHALF OF
CASE NO.
572008CA001 91 8XXX
xxx

WELLS FARGO BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION ON BEHALF OF
MORGAN STANLEY
ABS CAPITAL I INC.
TRUST 2005-WMC6
MORTGAGE E
PASS-THROUGH CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES
2005-WMC6,


Plaintiff, A DISTANCE OF 11.00 PA.
vs. FEET; THENCE DE- 6460 Justice Avenue
PART SAID WESTERLY Milton, Florida 32570
BETTY R. HEROLD, et RIGHT-OF-WAY Telephone: (850)
al., NORTH 87 DEGREES 623-2500
Defendants. 45 MINUTES 34 SEC-
ONDS WEST, A DIS- Personal Representa-
NOTICE OF SALE TANCE OF 291.14 live:
PURSUANT TO FEET TO THE POINT /s/ Deborah Joyce Ri-
CHAPTER 45 OF BEGINNING. vera
24 Acrux Court
NOTICE IS HEREBY ANY PERSON CLAIM- Sewell, New Jersey
GIVEN pursuant to an ING AN INTEREST IN 08080
Order or Summary Fi- THE SURPLUS FROM
nal Judgment of fore- THE SALE, IF ANY, 060609
closure dated may 8, OTHER THAN THE 061309
2009, and entered in PROPERTY OWNER 67231
Case No. AS OF THE DATE OF
572008CA001918XXXX THE LIS PENDENS
XX of the Circuit Court MUST FILE A CLAIM
in and for Santa Rosa WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- Legal 6/724
County, Florida, TER THE SALE. IRIT
wherein WELLS IN THE CIRCUIT
FARGO BANK, NA- If you are a person with COURT OF THE 1IST
TIONAL ASSOCIATION a disability who heeds JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ON BEHALF OF MOR- any accommodation in AND FOR SANTA
GAN STANLEY ABS order to participate in ROSA COUNTY,
CAPITAL I INC. TRUST this proceeding, you FLORIDA
2005-WMC6 MORT- are entitled, at no cost GENERAL JURISDIC-
G A G E to you, to the provision TION DIVISION
PASS-THROUGH CER- of certain assistance. CASE NO:
TIFICATES, SERIES Please contact the 57-2008-CA-001898
2005-WMC6 is Plaintiff Clerk of the Court's at MTGC
and BETTY R. 850-623-0135, 6865 WL FR N
HEROLD; UNKNOWN Caroline Street, Milton, WELLS FARGO BANK,
TENANT NO. 1; UN- FL 32570. If you are N.A., AS INDENTURE
KNOWN TENANT NO. hearing or voice im- TRUSTEE UNDER THE
2; and ALL UNKNOWN paired, call INDENTURE RELAT
PARTIES CLAIMING 1-800-955-8771. INGO TO IMH ASSETS
INTERESTS BY, CORP., COLLATERALI-
THROUGH, UNDER DATED at Milton, Flor- ZED ASSET-BACKED
OR AGAINST A ida, on May 11, 2009. BONDS, SERIES
NAMED DEFENDANT 2005 -6,
TO THIS ACTION OR MARY M. JOHNSON PLAINTIFF,
HAVING OR CLAIMING As Clerk, Circuit Court vs.
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL RG S
TITLE OR INTEREST IN By: J. Watkins ROGE R SEANA
THE PROPERTY As Deputy Clerk GOLDEN, ET AL.,
HEREIN DESCRIBED, DEFENDANTSS.
are Defendants, I will SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, NOTIC O ACTIN
sell to the highest and PA. NOTICEF ACTION
best bidder for cash at Attorneys for Plaintiff C 0 N STR UCTOII YE
at the North Front Door PO BOX 11438 SERVICE
of the Santa Rosa Fort Lauderdale, FL OE SA
County Cou(thouse, 33339-1438 TO: ROGER SEAN
6865 Caroline Street, Telephone: (954) GOLDEN; UNKNOWN
Milton, FL 32570 at 564-0071 SPOUSE OF ROGER
Santa Rosa County, SEAN GOLDEN
Florida, at 11:00 am. 060609 whose residence is un-
CST on the 17 day of 061009 known if he/she/they
June, 2009, the fol- 6/722 be living ; and if
lowing described prop- he/she/hey be dead,
erty as set forth in said the unknown defend-
Order or Final Judg- ants who may be
ment,to-wit: Legal 6/723, spouses, heirs, devi-
sees, grantees, assign-
ALL THAT CERTAIN IN THE CIRCUIT ees, lienors, creditors,
LAND SITUATE IN COURT FOR SANTA trustees, and all parties
SANTA ROSA ROSA COUNTY, claiming an interest by,
COUNTY, FLORIDA, FLORIDA PROBATE through, under or
TO-WIT: DIVISION against the Defendants.
File No who are not known to
PARCEL 12 57-2009-CP163 be dead or alive, and
Division a ll parties having or
COMMENCE AT FOUR claiming to have any
INCH SQUARE PLAIN 'IN RE: ESTATE OF right, title or interest in
CONCERT MONU- the property described
MENT AT THE NORTH- David Sixto Rivera in the mortgage beingV
WEST CORNER OF a.k.a. David S. Rivera foreclosed herein.
LOT 4, BLOCK A,
MARIMACK HILL, A NOTICE TO CREDI- YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
SUBDIVISION OF A TORSNTo tIFIDA that an action to
PORTION OF SEC- foreclose a mortgage
TION 28, TOWNSHIP 2 The administration of on the following prop-
,SOUTH, RANGE 28 the estate of David er ty: C
WEST, SANTA ROSA Sixto Rivera a.k.a. Da- THE PROPERTY IN
COUNTY, FLORIDA, vid S. Rivera, de- EVOLVED IS THAT
ACCORDING TO A ceased, whose date of CERTAIN PARCEL,
PLAT RECORDED IN death was April 13, LOT OR UNIT SITU-1
PLAT BOOK C, PAGE 2009, is pending in the ATE,9LYING AND BE
139, OF THE PUBLIC Circuit Court for Santa ING IN SANTA ROSA
RECORDS OF SAID Rosa County, Florida, COUNTY, FLORIDA,
COUNTY; THENCE Probate Division, the AS SET FORTH IN
RUN NORTH 87 DE- address of which is THE MORTGAGE RE
GREES 45 MINUTES 6865 Caroline Street CORDEDIN OFFICIAL
07 SECONDS WEST Milton, Florida RECORDS! BOOK
ALONG THE WEST- 32570-0472. The 2477, AT PAGE 1245,
EARLY EXTENSION OF names and addresses MORE PARTICU-
THE NORTH LINE OF of the personal repre- LARLY DESCRIBED
SAID SUBDIVISION, A tentative and the per-- AS FOLLOWS:
DISTANCE OF 154.47 sonal representative's
FEET TO THE EAST attorney are set forth LOT 22, BLOCK 7,
RIGHT-OF-WAY -OF below. NAVARRE BEACH
OAK HILL ROAD RESIDENTIAL SEC-
(RIGHT-OF-WAY VAR- All creditors of the de TON #F1, A SUBDIVI-
IES); THENCE RUN cedent and other per- SION ACCORD NG
NORTH 02 DEGREES sons having claims or TO THE PLAT
14 MINUTES 26 SEC- demands against THEREOF. AS RE
ONDS EAST ALONG decedent's estate must CORDED IN PLAT
SAID RIGHT-OF -WAY, file their claims with this BOOK 5, PAGE 91:I
A DISTANCE OF court WITHIN THE REVISED IN PLAT
570.00 FEET TO T HE LATER OF 3 MONTHS BOOK B, RPAGE 92
POINT OF BEGINN- AFTER THE TIME OF ANDs REVISED IN
ING; THENCE CON- THE FIRST PUBLICA- PLAT BOOK F, PAGE
TINUE NORTH 02 DE- TION OF THIS NOTICE 44-
GREES 14 MINUTES OR 30 DAYS AFTER D .STES.
26 SECONDS EAST THE DATE OF SERV- AS MORE PARTICU-
ALONG SAID ICE OF A COPY OF LARLY DESCRIBED
RIGHT-OF-WAY, A DIS- THIS NOTICE ON IN THAT CERTAIN
TANCE OF 70.00 THEM. ASSIGNMENT OFr
FEET; THENCE DE- LEASiE, RECORDED
PART SAID All other creditors of IN OFFICIAL REC-
RIG HT-OF-WAY the decedent and other ORDS BOOK 438,
SOUTH 87 DEGREES persons having claims PAGEf 180, OF THE
45 MINUTES 34 SEC- or demands against oPUBLIC RECORDS
ONDS EAST, A DIS- decedent's estate must OF SANTA ROSA
TANCE OF 264.54 file their claims with this AND ESCAMBIA
FEET TO THE WEST- court WITHIN 3 COUNTY, FLORIDA.
EARLY RIGHT-OF-WAY MONTHS AFTER THE has been filed against
OF THE SANTA ROSA DATE OF THE FIRST you and you are re-
BAY BRIDGE PUBLICATION OF quired to serve a copy
AUTHORITY'S LIMITED THIS0SE s NOTICE. of your, written de-I
A C C E S S fenses, if any, to it on
RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR ALL CLAIMS NOT DAVID J. STERN, ESQ.
THE GARCON POINT FILED WITHIN THE Plaintiff's attorney,
OF RED FISH POINT TIME PERIODS SET whose address is 900
BRIDGE; THENCE FORTH IN SECTION South Pine Island Road
RUN SOUTHEAST- 733.702 OF THE FLOR- #400, Plantation, FL
ERLY ALONG SAID IDA PROBATE CODE 33324-3920, (no later
RIGHT-OF-WAY ON WILL BE FOREVER than 30 days from the
THE ARC OF A CURVE BARRED. date ofthe rst publia-
TO THE RIGHT, A DIS- ion of this notice of ac-
TANCE OF 63.89 FEET NOTWITHSTANDING tion) and file the origi-
TO A POINT OF TAN- THE TIME PERIOD nal with the clerk of this
AGENCY (SAID CURVE SET FORTH ABOVE; court either before
HAVING A RADIUS OF ANY CLAIM FILED service on Plaintiffs at-
1288,19 FEET, A CEN- TWO (2) YEARS OR torney or immediately
TRAL ANGLE OF 02 MORE AFTER THE thereafter; otherwise a
DEGREES 50 MIN- DECEDENT'S DATE OF default will be entered
UTES 30 SECONDS, A DEATH IS BARRED. against youfor the re-
CHORD OF 63.88 lef demanded in the
FEET, AND A CHORD The date of first publi- complaint or petitio
BEARING OF SOUTH cation of this notice is fild he rein-.
18 DEGREES 46 MIN- June 6, 2009. 'WIITNESSm han and
UTES 16 SECONDS 'INS yhn n
EAST); THENCE RUN Attorney for Personal the seal of his Court at
SOUTH 17 DEGREES Representative: SANT ROSA County,
21 MINUTES 02 SEC- /s/ Daniel P Saba Floridathis 2 day of
OIWDS EAST ALONG Florida Bar No. 640141 June, 2009.
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY, Locklin, Jones & Saba,

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"Labor and Material
Payment Bond" satis-
factory to the Owner.
The Owner Reserves
the Right to Waive In-
formalities in Bidding
and Reject Any and All
Bids.
By Tim Wyrosdick, Su-
perintendent of
Schools
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:1104,
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Angela Dunn
DEPUTY CLERK
LAW OFFICES OF DA-
VID J. STERN
ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF
900 SOUTH PINE IS-
LAND ROAD SUITE
400
PLANTATION, FL
33324-3920
08-05179 GMAP
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a
special accommoda-
tion should contact
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at the SANTA
ROSA County Court-
house at 850-983-1987,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
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Legal Ad
Milton Storage Center
will be selling the con-
tents of storage units
182 & 183 Robert
Hoban, unit 23 Shawn
Caudell. unit 238 Lola
Long, unit 284 Jeremy
Moffett, and unit 217
Vincent Godwin, which
consist of miscellane-
ous furniture and
household items. The
sale will take place on
June 19 & 20, 2009 be-
ginning at 8:00 a.m. at
Milton Storage Center,
6065 Vanity Fair Road,
Milton, FL 32570. Call
626-6212 for informa-
tion.
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Notice Of Sale
To be sold for the lien
owed for charges of.
towing and storage.
The Vehicles will be
sold to the highest bid-
der to satisfy the Lien
on the vehicles. The
sale will be held at
C&D Recovery 6509 E.
SOakland Dr. Milton in
Santa Rosa County in
the State Of Florida.
The Following Vehicles
are being held for the
above claimed lien.
1997 Saturn 4DR. Vin#
1G8ZJ5721VZ179089
Amount of towing is
$0.00 Lien filing fee of
$350.00 Storage
Charges of $990.00 as
of June 6, 2009 plus
$30.00 per day plus
sales tax.
1999 Ford 4DR. Vin#
1FAFP10POXW208532
Amount of towing is
$165.00 Lien filing fee
of $350.00 Storage
charges of $1080.00
plus $30.00 per day
plus sales tax.
The said sale will be
held on June 19, 2009
at 8:00 AM.
This sale is in accord-
ance with Fl. Statute
713.78
060609
060609
Z6/726
Legal 6/727
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed Bids Will Be Re-
ceived From
Pre-qualified Contrac-
tors By The Santa Rosa
County School Board,
At The Office Of The
Assistant Superintend-
ent For Administrative
Services, 6544 Fire-
house Road, Upstairs
Conference Room
(Maintenance Build-
ing)(850)983-5123, Mil-
ton, Florida, Until 2:30
PM, Local Time, TUES-
DAY, June 23, 2009, At
Which Time And Place
All Bids Will Be Publicly
Opened And Read
Aloud, For The Con-
struction Of "GULF
BREEZE MIDDLE
SCHOOL FIRE PRO-
TECTION SYSTEM" For
The School Board Of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
Any Bids Received Af-
ter Closing Will Be Re-
turned Unopened.
All contractors for edu-
cational facilities are
hereby notified that to
'be eligible to bid on
school projects they
must be pre-qualified.
Contact the Board at
the above address for
information on
pre-qualifying.
Documents May Be Se-
cured From Schmidt
Consulting Group, 139
East Government
Street, Pensacola, Flor-
ida, 32502 Upon A De-
posit Of $100.00 Per
Set. Deposit Will Be
Refunded Provided
That Plans And Specifi-
cations Are Returned In
Good Order To The En-
gineer Within Seven (7)
Days After Bid Date
And, Further, Provided
That The Contractor
Submit A Bona Fide
Bid.
Bids shall be submitted
on the form supplied
by the Engineer. Each
bid must be accompa-
nied by a Bid Bond in
the amount of 5% of
the base bid as guar-
antee that the success-
ful bidder will enter into
a written contract with
the Owner and furnish
a 100% "Performance
Bond" and a 100%







Saturday. June 6, 2009


Classifieds


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette I B9


Legal 6/728 325 S. Palafox St. Pen- LOST YARD SALE Double Barrel Shot *
sacola, FL 32502 (850) Two dogs on Bruce Ln. Sat. June 6th Gun. LC Smith. Very i
INVITATION TO BID 433-7842. Bid docu- A male, American Bull 3858 Jarrett Street old, works perfect.
Sealed Bids Will Be Re- ments are available for dog mix (light brown) Pace, Fl Tools, odds $550. 994-6007
ceived From $200 per set refundable & a light brown yellow and ends, etc. B N & FAC,.
Pre-qualified Contrac- to General Contractors. Lab mix. 983-3022 Yard Salea FIANCAL
tors By The Santa Rosa Bid documents may or 313-5202 Sat June 6th 5100 Business
County School Board, also be inspected at Reward for lost female 5762 Eagle Drive Opportunities
At The Office Of The the Santa Rosa County Sheltie. Beloved family (Northend of Pine 5110 s Money to Lend
Assistant Superin- Procurement Office, t Hamil- Blossom Road)
tendent For Adminis- 6475 Caroline Street, pto sin hea Ham I B m Road)
trative Services, 6544 Milton, Florida and at Bridge area May
Firehouse' Road, Up- the Dodge Plan Room 25.380-997100
stairs Conference at 700 South Pace
Room (Maintenance Boulevard, Pensacola, 3250 PLOYMENT ALL CASH VENDING!
B u i I d Florida. r "1170 Cucumbers ready 4100 -Help Wanted Do you earn $800 in a
ing)(850)983-5123, Mil- A Cnow. Tomatoes to 4110 Restaurants/Clubs day9 25 Local Ma-
ton, Florida, Until 2:15 A Non Mandatory FOUND fnlow Tm rtis 4120 -Sales chines and Candy
PM, Local Time, TUES- pre-bid conference will Dog in Pea Ridge area. follow. Curtis 4130- Employment $9,995. (888)629-9968
DAY, June 23, 2009, At be held July 7, 2009 at Please call 994-7587, 675-4111 Information B02000033 CALL US:
Which Time And Place 10 a.m. local time at in please leave message ___ ___ We will not be under-
All Bids Will Be Publicly the west end basement sold!
Opened And Read of the Santa Rosa a| 1OO0
Aloud, For The Con- County Courthouse, 41-'
struction Of "EAST MIL- 6865 Caroline Street, | S532 0 DRIVER TRAINEES NEVER BEEN DONE
TON ELEMENTARY Milton, Florida. All in- 1 ""' NEEDED NOW! Drivers BEFORE! $28,000 IN
SCHOOL FIRE PRO- terested parties are in- ONLINE PHARMACY being hired and trained DAYS, NOT WEEKS!
TECTION SYSTEM" For vited to attend. Buy Soma, Ultram, locally for Werner En- NO SELLING! NO EX-
The School Board Of Fioricet, Proza terprises. No experi- PLAININGI NO CON-
Santa Rosa County, Questions concerning Buspar $71.99/90 ence needed. VINCING! PRIVATE
Florida this project should Be $107/180 Quantities, 1-866-280-5309 GIFTING -TAX CODES
Any Bids Received Af- directed to Mike Mar- PETS & ANIMALS PRICE INCLUDES APPROVED BY IRS.
ter Closing Will Be Re- shall at Sam Marshall 2100- Pts PRESCRIPTION! Over Driver-BYNUM TRANS- CALL (888)905-3444
turned Unopened. Architects. Telephone 2110 -Pets: Free to 200 Meds $25Coupon PORT- needs qualified
All contractors for edu- (850) 433-7842 Good Home Mention Offer:#91A31. drivers for National < -
cational facilities are 2120- Pet Supplies (888)389-0461. OTR positions. Food r
hereby notified that to The Board of County 2130-Farm Animals/ tri-drugstore.com grade tanker, no 0 ,
be eligible to bid on Commissioners re- Supplies hazmat, no pumps,
school projects they serves the right to '2140- Pets/Livestock great benefits, com-
must be pre-qualified. waive informalities in wanted W.petitive pay & L
Contact the Board at bids, to reject any or all 2150- Pet Memorials. 3300 late-model equipment.
the above address for bids with or without ATTEND COLLEGE (866)GO BYNUM. .s .
information on cause, and to accept ONLINE from Home. Need 2 years L EA ORN
pre-qualifying. the bid that in its judg- *Medical *Business, experience.
Documents May Be Se- ment is in the best in- 2100 p a r a le g a l o Business/
cured From Schmidt terest of Santa Rosa AKC Boxer pups, $400 *Computers, *Criminal D Commercial
Consulting Group, 139 Couhty, Florida. & up. Flashy fawn, brin- Justice. Job placement OTR Drivers Join 6110 -Apartments
East Government dIle & white Ready to assistance. Computer PTL! Top Pay! Re- 6120 Beach Rentals
Street, Pensacola, Flor- Santa Rosa County gol 685-0998 available. Financial Aid quired 12 Months expe- 6130- CondofrTownhouse
ida, 32502 Upon A De- does not discriminate if qualified Call rience and CDL-A. Out 6140-House Rentals
posit Of $100(.00 Per on the basis of race, AKC Pedigree English (8 6 6) 8 5 8 -2 1 2 1 10-14 days. NO felony 6150 -,Roommate Wanted
Set. Deposit Will Be color, national origin, Mastiffs. Ready 6/10. 3 www.CenturaOnine or DUI past 5 Years. 6160-Roomsfor Rent
Refunded Provided sex, religion, age, or fawns and 3 brindles. com. (877)740-6262 Com 170 Moble Home/Lt
That Plans And Specifi- handicapped status, in Parents on site. pany www.ptl-inc.com 6190 Timeshare Rentals
cations Are Returned In employment or provi- (850)384-3726 (888)417-1155 0/Os. 60200-Vacation Rentals
Good Order To The En- sion of service. AIRLINES ARE HIR- VaoR l
gineer Within Seven (7) ING Train for high
Days After Bid Date By order of the Board q%9 Ui II I IVA13 ING Train for high
Days After Bid Date By order of the Board paying Aviation Mainte- Need CDL Drivers A or
And, Further, Provided of County Commission- 2 0 nance Career. FAA ap- B with 2 yrs recent 6110
That The Contractor ers of Santa Rosa FREE KITTENS proved program. Fi.- commercial experience
Submit A Bona Fide County, Florida. 291-2102 nancial aid if qualified to transfer motor Milton 2 Br 2Ba duplex
Bid. albsuHousing available. homes, straight trucks, Small yard, quiet street.
Bids shall be submitted 060609 (1) FREE TO GOOD CALL Aviation Institute tractors and buses. Ceramic tile floors, gas
on the form supplied 6L70 HOME. Leopard Cur. 7 of Maintenance (800)501-3783 fireplace, laundry rm.
by the Engineer. Each _____________ month old female. Call (888)349-5387$600 mo. $600 deposit.
bid must be accompa- Legal 6/731 623-9001 Pet neg. Ask for Sheree
nied by a Bid Bond in BEST WELLNESS $600 Weekly Poten- 623-2500 or 450-5339
the amount of 5% of ATTENTION: COMPANYI Products tial$$$ Helping the gov-
the base bid as guar- for Vitality for life, ernment PT. No Expe- Mlo
antee that the success- AUCTION SALE Nature's medicine cabi- rience. No Selling. Call: MOVE It ECIAL
ful bidder will enter into Dogwood Storage net,Bath & Body,Ni- 888)213-5225 Ad MOVE frnishedCIAorLun
a written contract with a.k.a. By-Pass Ware- cole Miller cosmetic 's & Code: M 1/BR furnished or un-
the Owner and furnish houses 6075 Dogwood -< EcoSence cleaning furnished. Nodogs.
a 100% "Performance Drive, Milton, FL 32570, supplies. BUY from me Home Health Agency Has laundry room, in
Bond" and a 100% pursuant to the provi- l i mg' & get 40% discount needs RNs, LPNs, ground swimming
"Labor and Material sions of the Florida MERCHANDISE 100% Guaranteed CNAs and Home ttpool, in walking dis-
Payment Bond" satis-. "Mini Self-Storage I money back Environ- Health Aids for private tance to stores, res-
factory to the Owner. Landlord and Tenant 3100- Antiques mentalSAFE! Call to- duty shifts. Weekend taurants, etc.$599 in-
The Owner Reserves Act" (FL Statute 3110- Appliances day! 719-201-2926 included. Fax resume cludes deposit, credit
the Right to Waive In- #83.801 et sec) hereby 3120-Arts & Crafts DONATE YOUR VEHI- 475-9330. email re- check & rat months
formalities in Bidding gives NOTICE OF 3130 ats RECEIVE $1000 sume care-staff. EmeraSans
and Reject Any and All SALE under said act, 3140- Baby Itemsul es G RECER IVEC U'PON cor'or vist site 712-9968
Bids,.owt 3150-7 Building Supplies GROCERY COUPON comr or visit our website
Byi to wit: 23180-Business UNITED BREAST CAN- atvwww.care-staff.com
By Tim Wyrosdick, Su- On JUNE 27, 2009, at Equipment CER FOUNDATION '-Milton
perintendent of .9:00 A.M., Dogwood 3170- Collectibles Free Mammograms, Sales Very nice, spacious, 2
Schools Self Storage a.k.a. 3180- Computers Breast Cancer Info bedrooms, 2 bath du-
By-Pass Warehouses 3190 Electronics www.ubcf.info FREE Help Wanted! plex with fireplace.
060609 6075 Dogwood Drive, 3200 Firewood Towing, Tax Deducti- Could you use $500 to Great location. $625
061309 Milton, FL 32570, will 3220 Furniture ble, Non-Runners Ac- $1000 extra income per month, $625 deposit.
062009 take into possession 32A30 -Garage/Yard Sales cepted, (888)468-5964. month? Please call 995-4335
6/728 and/or conduct a pub- 3240 Gunsa
lIc sale to the highest 3250p | Good Things to Eat Sandy 1-800-859-1522
TR ----- misel anleou 320 g-s Health & Fitness OLD PHOTOGRAPH( o______cesmn__ ooin
Legal 6/729 'bidder for cash on its 3270 Jewelry/Clothing From the'30's or Tri-County Community MOVE IN SPECIAL
pN PN FOm remiss. Thioes sale is 3280 Machinery/ '40's Council, Inc., is accept- Milton
NOIC1E O PULI n hel to satefy a Equipment Name on back is ing applications for a Efficiency Apt.
HaR A T landlord lien on the fol- 3290 Medical Equipment Vesta Harrison CommunitypSevices Util. incid.R. furnished
REVISIONS d TO lowing units which con- 3300 itscellaneous Eddlaward.nS peialitfothe sMiltn No dogs. Has laun-
SANtA ROSA DIS- ta household items, 3310 Musical Instruments Once lived in Milton office. e n dryroom, in ground
TRICT SCHOOLS miscellaneous goods 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ dyom ngon
STUDEN T PROGRES-or other items. Dog- Supplies6 Call (850) 994-6651 ce swimming pool, in
SION PLAN FOR wood Storage reserves 3 330- Restaurint/Hotel or 607-5164 PRIMARY DUTIES: As- walking distance to
o 2009o 201 e te r J340-porting Goods Ask for Evelyn or sist low income families 'storesrestuarants,
is pbida the e N wTR any 3350-Tikets (Buy & Sl) eve message. in need* of assistance etc. $599 includes




ing ~ ~ i Stuen wPtodraw, RICAR __COEPfo Nian_ ara, 80 I prop er voices insr-a cldesdpostceit, credit
Pursuant to Chapter' unit from this sale, Ice. -- STRAlGHTWALL wit rcePrograms deposit, credit check
120, Florida Statutes, I S ABUILDING HSALEl! U and coordinate with & 1 1st months rent.
the Santa Rosa County DORA MONTES 091 PRECEDENTED L other social service Emerald Sands 712-9968
School Board will. hold DIANA STRICKLERIg 21 3V0 PRnCE DEi cOW agencies 7129968
a public hearing to 120 ART EXHIBIT Con-lPRICES ...DEPOSITSe F aitioalinoma
consider the revisions, JACK DIEHL 139 temporary Art Exhibit. REDUCED. FLEXIBLE QUALIFICATIONS:
additions and deletions DAMIEN LIRIETTE187 Some Items Discoun- DELIVERY. 25X30 High 'Schooldiploma MOVE IN SPECIAL
to the Student Progres- EARL PAGE 210 ted up to 80% Friday, $5680 30X40$8490. (GED); 1 year experi- Miton
sion Plan for STEVEN RICH 218 June 12th 6pm-9pm 35X50 $10,400. 40X60 ence i&in related field. Emerald Sands
2009-2010. The pur- BYRON' BURGETT Opening night raffle, $1,980. t 0 QO 2/BR 1/BA, Walking1
pose of these changes 223 cocktails, tholrs $21900 dTHEl IN Must have current distance to Milton
is to update the exist- ERIN CARTER 254 d'oeurves Artworks BUSINESS 25 YEARS driver's license and No Dogs. $599 in-
ing Student Progres- RICHARD SCHOEPPE from Neiman, Tarkay, (o800)720-6857. proper vehicle insur- cludes deposit, credit
dsion Plan in accord- 277 c Maimon, Max, Keely, ance coverage. Must check & 1st months
ance with legislative ALLAN TALENT 282 Nichita, Agam, William a comply with back- rent. 712-9968
and State Board of CHRISTINA KING 291 Vincent Kirkpatrick, and I 111-- ground screening.
Education Regulations. JERRY WASHINGTON more. Remaining items U Rr3310 -Im tdu W s
The public hearing is 297 available Fender Squire For additional informa-
June 25th at 6:30 RM. KEN DRYER 310 for sale throUgh June Gtar ion and qualifications
at the Santa Rosa KRISTINA BRAND 311 14th. Baterbys Art Auc- ..Electric utar call Sharon Kent, Ad-
County School Board DONNELDA YOUNG tion Gallery 9101 Inter-. Fender hard case & ministrative Manager
Room, 5086 Canal 326 national Drive' Pointe' Fender 12" dual chan- 800-395-2696
Street, Milton, Florida. AUDREY WOODS 327 Orlando, Fl. 32819 nel amp with' remote Applications are availa-
DOROTHY PARKER www.baterbys.com foot switch, .foot con- ble at 6607 Elva Street
Copies of proposed re- 334 (866) 537-1004 trolled digital effects & must be submitted
visions, additions, and KENNETH REID 340 orlandofineart@baterby processor with by Monday, June 8 @
deletions will be availa- scr m om AB#2746 wah-wah pedal, guitar 4:30 p.m. to same ad-
ble for study and exam- 060609 AU#3750s sr stand and all cables. dress or fax to rCUITIn
nation at the office of 062009 -hExcellent onditioni 850/547-9806.e1 o5 6 22
the Superintendent of 6/731 ^ S$600. Call 226-6754
Schools ein Milton, Flor- Successful applicant U S S
Scolsi iloFir egal 6/732 .- W wllbesubec t
ida from 8:00 am. to a ta will A A subject to ad r u
4:00o p.m., Monday A public auction will be METAL ROOFING.SRetain d
through Friday, June 1, held at Bagdad Mini 4oyr Warranty-Buy dl- GUN & KNIFE SHOW test. or Woes.
2009 thog June 25,oN~pSo K" oW p
2009 through June 25, Warehouses & RV Stor- rectfrom manufacturer June 20-21, 2009 Equal opportunity Em- -
Sage SIn., 4065 Garcon 30/colors in stock, wall 9am until 5pm ployer And Drug And 1-800-345-8688
Tim Wyrosdick Point Rd Milton, Florida accessories. Quick turn Come nd bring Smoke Free Workplace 0
Superintendent ,of 32583 on Saturday, around. Delivery availa- Comeandbing --
Schools June 20, 2009 at 9:00 ble. Gulf Coast Supply the family!- | adIsalr.
a.m. to sell the follow- & Mfg, (888)393-0335 Santa Rosa County r -- BU- I na SS
060609 ing items to the highest www.GuefCoastSupply. Auditorium i o ss sf
061309b idder: comnOld Bagdad Hwy.,and
0620l9 1. Philip Phillips .s a Milton, Florida m r y ep rin itd ai '
__ _______ Clothes, furniture misc. UY. ii f% =.&--
Legal 6/730 Boxesbxs ^ritig an 3190 -SELL _^Qm e
NOTICE TO BIDDERS sorted items. Entertainment e TRADE a^'a '^
B~LDiNG REN~oVA- net Gallagher System' Admission: Adult $5:00 ,,_i- 7'..-^ To Place
'Furni Fture, boxes, as- Kenwood stereo 12 years oldtndtunder-FREE. w.^r [ ^,,
The Board of sornted I tems and w/ie5) cmpnets For information, 850-623-2 1 20
Commissioners .of t" 850-983-6555calBlyRgr@ Qb-Z-ZIU
Santa Rosa County, We, will acep (-------850)1957-4952 8 "tit ~i t''< .


tors for. renovationst to a tax will be charged un- I__ 3220 ___
portion of th Santa less a tax resale certifi- Leather Sofa/loveseat___________________
Rosa County Court- cafe Is provided at time New, still in box. Retail

the projct manuals, age Inc. Resres the ^ H.^ | J
All bids must be origi- unit~s rmthe sal ^tress Queen/boxspring
nal and delivered by ^'and ;} reevete ih to Fact.iwar. $16947 Can0.^ I ^ B
hand, Fed Ex, or mail reject any bid, deie. 850,-47-0330 .-- M
tn thp Snta RosaCHURCH FURNI- H^ M B
touthe SantareRosa Contac u: (850) TURE. Does your ^ *
Department, 6495 Car- 626-5858 for more ,in- church need- pews, pul---- __ __ ---
*oline Street,. Suite G, formation, pit set, baptistery, stee-
Milton, Florrida, 32570;0680 Pie, Windows? Big Sale ,
and must be receivedi000 on new cushioned O eh a o rhso e ig
by 10:00 a~m., July 14, 063309 p ews and cushions for .,
2009, at which time ______________ ard pews. for Service Techs and Installers.
bids will be opened .-r~lIHAU.. '(800)231-8360.
and read alud All in- .Sf www'pws .om Ideal ap lcnswill psesfive
vireted pato e attend Bids 1120-" King Mattress and 2 pc r
vrtd t aten. Bds -- *** --- 'box set. New, in plastic o~r more years experience with
are to be sealed and Advertise in Over 100 piilowtoo. $225. 850 o lr e r xeineWi


clearly labeled "BID Papers! One Call One 471-0330 Can deliver
COURTHOUSE REN- Order One Payment. residential and commercial products,
OVATIONS." Bids re- The Advertising Net- Mattress and Box Set, r
ceived after this time works of Florida Put Full Size Still sealed hv good driving record and
will be rejected and re- Us to work for Youl from factory, new, have good driving r r, d be
turned to the bidder un- (866)t742-1 373 $135. 850255-3050 able to pass background check
opened. www.national-classified able to pass background check
Bid documents, in- info@nationai-classified and drug screen. Ability to lift heavy
cluding drawings and s.com y|c3230t
specification relative MULTI FAMILY loads and work in typical construction
thereto may be ob- June 6th, 8 to 3
taned from SAM MAR-_60 Clothing (men's and Site conditions is required.
SHALL odARCHITECTSon is reqdwomen's), housewares,ed.
LOST appliances, jewelry cl
*In Pace. Blue and lots more.ey To apply, call 850-983-2520
iThIi Healer/Cattle dog. 9791 Chumuckla Hwy.
SWell fed female with Come to Chumuckla,
iUIEIENWS Pin drooping left ear. pass crossroads and
E:--572-2278 look for signs


MOVE IN SPECIAL
Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 1/BA, cathedral
ceilings, Lge kitchen,
laundry room. No
Dogs. $599 includes
deposit, credit check
& 1st months rent.
712-9968

MOVE IN SPECIAL
Milton
Off Avalon Blvd.
2/BR 2/BA with laun-
dryroom. Up stairs
with balcony. Water
included. No dogs.
$599 includes de-
posit, credit check &
1st months rent
712-9968

NEW CARPET, VERY
CLEAN. 1 bedroom.
Non-smoking env. No
pets. $500 month, $250
dep. (incl. water &
garbage) 626-0366
SAVE $$$ on Advertis-
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details or visit:
www.florida-classifieds.
com.


1 6 140O
3 bed/1 1/2 bath on 1
3/4 AC. Hwy. 90, near
Ward Basin Road.
Lease/option possible.
$800 month. 623-6768

3 bedrooms, 1 bath.
Downtown, newly
remodeled. Reduced
$595. month.
(850)776-2792

4Br 3Ba Foreclosure!
$11,500! Only
$217/Mo! 5% down 15
years @ -8% apr. Buy, 3
Br $199/Mo! for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5798
E. Milton
Nice 3/2 with above
ground pool with deck
& 2 car garage. $700
month, $700 dep.
554-5796
NEAR TANGLEWOOD
3/2 with large, fenced
yard. $850 month, $800
deposit. 781-729-7425
Pace
2 bedroom cottage.
3877 Wilkes Street
Call Blumac Realty
981-1631
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
5br/4.5 baths; 3,614 sf.
$1,995 mo. $1,995 dep.
478-4607, Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.

Santa Rosa
Realty
623-0077
*3/1 Home Geri St.
$800
*2/2 Mobile Home
ReneeCir. $550 '
*3/2 Mobile Home
Stanley Cir. $750
*3/2 Home Debbie.
Dr. $800
*3/1 Home Camille
Gardens $765
*4/2 Home Hawks
Nest $1100
*1/1 Homrne Stewart
St $400
*4/2 HomeRidgeview
$1100





46160IUsa


Milton- room for rent.
furnished with utilities
incld. Private entry
$100 wk.
850-384-2388

Room Mate Wanted
East Milton
Private Bathroom Drug
& Aldohol Free environ-
ment. $300 Frank
346-4789


6170
2 bedrooms with front
kitchen. Total electric.
No pets. $350 month.
Military, Senior Citizens
& HUD Discount. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 850-686-8973
6440 Butternut 2 'BR/2
BA Newly remodeled.
environment. No Pnts.
$450 Rent $350 -Dep.
572-2477
14x80 3 bd/2ba 6529
Robie Rd. $585 mth.
$350 dep. 623-5062 or
554-7830 ____
2/1 New paint, covered
porch & outside stor-
age. Garbage fur-
nished. $385 mo, $350
dep. Call Don Cumbie
Realty at 626-8959 or
377-6787 ___
3/2. Total electric. Dish-
washer, etc. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973
EFFICIENCY APT.
Rent by the weak.
$150. (utilities icl.)
THREE TRAILER S
Rent by the week.
Nice, clean & quiet.
No pets. 995-1717

Jay / Milton/ Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month. Section 8 / Hud
accepted. 994-5703
Milton (Bruce Lane)
Includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
2/2 for $450 month.


2/2 for $350/month
Call 698-4582
North Milton
2/2 Mobile Home on
private lot. 6549 Stanly
Cir. Total Electric. $450
/rent, $250/dep. No
pets. Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Pace
3976 Edgefield St.
3/2 doublewide w/ fire-
place, 8X10 shed &
washer/ dryer. $700 m/
$600 dep. 396-5034


6170
Quiet Park 3/BR, 2/Bth
$595 + dep. 2/BR,
2/Bth $545 + Dep.,.
Non-smoking envn, no
pets. Sewer & Garbage
Incid HUD OK ALSO
Lot Rentals 626-1552
West Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric, no
pets. 5133 Ridgeway
Blvd. $600/mth
$300/dep. Bay Crest
Realty
994-7918



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7100- Homes
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7110-Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
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7160- Mobile Homes
7170- Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
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|7100







602 Mooney
Rd. FWB
Kenwood

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



4Br 3Ba 1Half-Ba 3,634
sqft Single Family
Home situated on 7 ac-
res in Thomas Co, GA.
Double Garage, Fence,
Deck, Screened Porch.
$359,900. Norris
Bishop Realty
(229)890-1186.

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Bank Owned Prop-
erties Free Lists
Cellstate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500

Destin
Destiny West,
By Owner
Close to the beach,
Beautiful 2 story
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
2.5 bth on Paradise
Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
borhood pool, tennis,
Built in 2005. $820,000.
Call 830-3287 for show-
ing. Agents welcome.
Florala, Alabama
Nice house furnished
on 44 acres of beautiful
land. Shop, sheds and
some equipment.
$279,000.
850-994-9985 or
850-776-1939
For Sale, Lease
Option or Rent
6439 Appaloosa Ave.
Remodeled 3/2 1216 sf
$96,500 ($8,000 tax
credit) (850) 393-3084
Lake Guntersville
Alabama
Homesites from
$29,900
1-888-446-52953 x.5199
www.gpi299.com
Waterfront 3700 sf,
4br/3ba Home on
Wrights Basin, Ski
Heaven $425,000
850-623-6768





7120 -



$88,900 Commercial
Bldg. for Sell Less than
1 mile from new
Walmart 30x50 steel
on Hwy. 87
1/2 of bidg is
air conditioned

$88,900 Commercial
lot/ business for Sell
Over 200'frontage on
Hwy 90 in Milton area
Business can be


assumed or
displays moved

Land is cleared and
ready for any business.

Both locations are a
Great Investment or
start anew business"
-ilAcep ae
850983229


DeFuniak Springs For
sale by owner -1/3 acre
wooded lots starting at
$12,500. Owner financ-
ing available $125
down, $125 month.
850-892-7714





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

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

New Govern-
ment Financing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758

Pace
FSBO Investor Spe-
cial. 3/2 DW plus lot.
Needs repair. $25,000
cash. (850)902-0604



I 7190 .
Coastal Georgia
BANK ORDERED SALE
1+ Acre Ocean Access
$29,900 (888)982-8952
x 5192
http://www.oceanacces
s299.com/

Lake Lot Deal Fell
Thru! 2.6 AC- $19,300
FREE BOAT SLIPS
(was $39,900) Se-
cluded wooded lot w/
deeded access to pri-
vate stocked bass lake.
Quiet rd frontage, utili-
ties, warranty deed. Ex-
cellent financing. Must
see, call now
(888)792-5253, x3038

Dockable Lakefront
$69,900! l(was $99,900)
Wooded homesite w/
beautiful shoreline. In
gated 'community. Mins
from Interstate! Excel-
lent financing. Call now
(800)564-5092, ask for
x 1511

DEVELOPER SPECIAL
3+ acres $54,400. (was
$75,000). Wooded, pri-
vate, ready to build.
Owner will finance. Call
now (866)352-2249
Pre- Grand Opening
Sale! 8 ACRES w/
DEEP DOCKABLE
LAKEFRONT Only
$39,900 Sat & Sun 6/27
& 28 SAVE $10,000*
Spectacular 8 acre
hardwood setting w/
deep dockable water-
front! Prime AL loca-
tion. Paved.rds,_county
water, utils all com-
pleted. Lowest financ-
ing in yrs! Call now
(866)952-5302, ask for
x.1525 Price includes
discount


8100 -Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150- Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercratt
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310-Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Dff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes




'2005 Toyota Camry LE
87K miles, 1 owner,
Must See! Lots of Ex-
tras. Located in Pace
(850)554-7940.

2006 Nissan Sentra
56,350 miles, 25 miles
to the gallon. Cold A/C.
Good tires, runs great.
$7,500. 981-8318

Buy Police Impounds!l
99 Honda Accord
$500! 99 Honda Civic
$800! forI listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9271

CASH PAID
for j unk cars
or trucks.
Running or not.
Call: 983-9527
or 723-5048


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for junk cars
or trucks.
Running or not.
Call: 983-9527
or 723-5048




!! 813130
1997 Ford F150 4.6 V8
133,000 mi, new Good-
year tires, PS, air, auto,
PB, lariet Good condi-
tion. Limited slip rear
end. Just tuned up.
$5,000. (850) 623-8920

'03 Black GMC Z-71
4WD. Chrome Billet
grill. $2,000 invested in
stereo, dvd player,
glass packed dual ex
haust, 33 Mud Dawgs.
104K miles. Asking
$13,500. 850-675-6734






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home, an addition, porch, deck, pole ]J
barn or any other wood structure, A4,,.Z,
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