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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton, Fla
Publication Date: October 3, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Newspapers -- Santa Rosa County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 76, no. 104 (Mar. 29, 1984)-
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Reynolds granted 60 days to find attorney


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Collum and Florida Surgeon Gen-
eral Ana Viamonte as defendants
in her complaint that challenges a
section in a new statute that allows
law enforcement officers to vacci-
nate a resident in an emergency
situation. .
The statute says residents can
be forced to be vaccinated, treated
or examined if they signify mortal-
ity and present a severe danger to
the public.
Reynolds, a retired Air Force
lieutenant colonel, said the stat-
ute infringes on her constitutional
rights. -
"I have health issues, and with
this statute in plasp, that is not a
good thing. This goes against our
rights at life, liberty and the pur-


suit of happiness," she said.
George Wats, an attorney for
the state, addressed Swanson by
telephone from Tallahassee. He
asked Swanson to disittiss the
case.
"Pd hate to come back here a
month from now and-continue it,"
Wats said. "I do not see what pur-
pose this would serve."
According to the motion, the
challenge of the statute could be
pursued dnly if the complainant
were directly affected by it.
But Swanson told Wats that
there is no law that deters a resi-
dent from challenging the state in
a case such as this.
See REYNOLDS A4


MATHEW PELLEGRINO 1Press Gazette
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Carmen Reynolds speaks with supporters inside the
courtroom before her motion hearing Thursday afternoon.


MI100 WOman


faces lar ceny,


fraud charges

By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
A Milton woman was arrested Monday
on charges of larceny and fraud involving
a Pensacola-based business involving 207
checks.
(a Tammara Marie Moon, 48,
of Milton, is in the Escambia
County Jail and is charged
with first-degree grand theft,
first-degree scheme to de-
fraud, and 207 counts of ut-
tering a false instrument.
The investigation into
TAMMARA IVIoon's activities started in
MARIE M00H December of 2008, when Na-
mon Nassef, owner of Nassef
Engineering, filed a complaint alleging Moon
had written numerous checks from his busi-
ness bank account, either depositing them
or cashing them at her bank.
Moon is accused of depositing $153,676.62
into her personal checking recount with the
207Ccoh cks invol ed in thile si ate payroll
GRIN0 | Press Gazeki checks also showed she was overpaying her-
Tree. selfon some of those checks.
Moon was not a signer on Nassef's
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By MATHEW PELLEGRIN0 .
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com .
Officials at the Santa Rosa Health De-
partmerit on Tuesday confirmed the first
local victim of swine flu, the H1N1virus.
A 52-year-old. male, whose name was
not released to the press, died Sept. 11.
Health officials ran lab tests verifying he
diedof theHIN1virus.
, Sandra Park, interim administrator for
the health department, said the depart-
ment extends its sympathy.
"The death of a lovedone is always
a tragedy," Park said. "Our hearts and
prayers go out to his family and friends at
this difficult time."
The:man was admitted to a hospital out-
side the county Sept. 4, and an H1N1 test
was administered. After a negative result,
further exams confirmed the man had
swine flu.
f the Debbie Stilphen, public information
ozens of
d survivors. See 8181 A4


Photos by MATHEW PELLE
Red Barn Barbecue owner Cindy Brochu glances at her husband's ornamenfon the Memory of Hope
Ornaments on the tree honor cancer victims' memories.


Memory of Hope

Restaurant honoring canter victims,
YRISll1g 111Oney FOY Allefloan Cancer Society .;


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
mpellegrino@srpressgazette.com
The last place you'd expect to find
a Christmas tree is in the corner of
the Red Barn Barbecue restaurant
at the start of the Halloween season.
For many, it's an unusual site, but for
owner Cindy Brochu, the tree doesn't
represent Christmas.
"We'recallingitaMemoryof Hope
Tree," Brochu said.
That hope tree is there to honor
licoplewhoseliveshavebeenclaiined
bycancer.
"The tree is for the American Can-
cer Society, and for members who
have passed," Brochu said,
Cancer victinis' names are deco-
rated on a construction paper cutout
and placed among others bn the free.
This is Brochu's first year doing this,
and she does so in memory of her
husband, Willie, who died from mela-
noma cancer in 2008.
''1VIy husband passed in March a

Jim Fletcher /

Publisher
623-2120 ,
fletcher@pressgazette.com


$rear ago from cancer, and I have his
name on the tree," Brochu said.
The owner said she got the urge
to play a role in the American Cancer
Society when one of her customer's
wives died of breast cancer.
Ashley Macko, a Red Barn em-
ployee, said the tree has sparked a
lot of interest with customers when
they enter the barbecue restaurant.
.."I haverk't had one person that
hasn't known someone with cancer,"
Macko said.
The restaurant is not only asking
for names of-cancer survivors, but
also allowing people to donate money
to the Cancer Soelety. A big pink pail
asking for "change for a change" is
at the registers near the front of the
restaurant, and lilacko has seen it
.overflow with donations.
"Imention it to customers, and so
many are willing to give their sup-
port," Macko said.
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By MATHEW PELLEGRINO
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MILTON--- Carmen Reynolds has
60 days to find a civil rights attor-
ney to handle her lawsuit against
the state of Florida.
Banta Rosa County Circuit
Judge IRon Swanson on Thursday
granted the continuance and de-
nied the state's htotion to dismiss
the case.
Reynolds has named Gov. Char-
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COUNTY GOVERNMENT
COUNTY COMMISSION
0jst[j(f ); Jim Wj||j0mson, 4351 Berryhilitchi,
Pace, FL 32571; pholie 932-1340. E-maiHs comm-
williamson@sonfdrose.fl.gov.
District. 2: *Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Road,
Milton,*FL 32583; phone 983-1877. E-mail is comm.
cole@sontarosa.fl.gov.
District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumucklo HIghway,
Pace, FL32571; phone 994-6426. E-mail is comm.
salter@soutoroso fligov.
District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenido De
Galves, Navate; FL 32566; phone 939-4949. E-mail-is
comm-goodin@santurosa.fl.gov.
*01strict5: Lane Lynchutd, 6495 Carolibe St., Suite
M, Milton, FL 32570, phone 932-1340. E-mail is comm-
lynchard@santaroso.fl.gov.
The Santo Rosa County Commission meets at 9 a.m.
on second and fourth Thursdays. The leaders meet in
committee at 9 a.m. Monday preceding the Thursday
meetings. Meetings are held in commission chambers
of the Administrative Complex on U.S. 90. Phone
983-1877 for information or to reach their offices.

STATE GOVERNMENT o
Rep. Greg Eirers: 5224 Willing St., Milton,. FL
32570, 983-5550. E-mail: evers.greg@leg.state.fl.us.
SeneDurell Peoden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd., Suite
100, Crestview, FL32536, 850-689-0556.
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investigative piece as to
why? This is not the first
time and it won't be the
last.

Tuesday, 5:52 p.m.
I love Florida. I use to
say I was tired of Florida
because of the floods, fires,
and high cost of insurance.
I said I would move to
Atlanta since nothing
happened there. How
wrong was I. My heart
is aching right now with
the news about America
Samoa and the'tsunami.
Such a catastrophic event
will happen one day here
in our gulf state.area of
Florida and when they do
it will be so fast we will not
know what happened to.
the state we love.

Tuesday, 1:15 p.m.
C.J. here. I just
wondered who the smart
aleck was to think we
need to pay taxes on the
miles we put on a vehicle.
They must get their ideas
from that smart bunch
in Washington. I have a
better idea. If we cut the
salaries of politicians in
Santa Rosa and Escambia
County in half we would be
better off. Also we could
reopen the Zoo and put a
lot of people back to work.
That would be the smart
thing to do. '.
Tuesday, 10:04 a.m.
This is Dudley. Maybe


I am missing something,
but I don't see the
economic benefit to Santa
Rosa County by Southwest
operating out of Escambia
or Okaloosa County. As far
as the survey and 150,000
tags. How long wais the
survey 1 day, 1 week, 1
month, l year or five years.
That only proves that .
people here are spending
money over in Escambia
County. Thank you..

Monday 5:23 p.m.
Well you know you
have a Speak Out, it is
because you want some
one to do it. When you go
to the cemetery you visit
and pray while paying
respect to your love one or
relative. The police don't
have any right to come and
ask what you are doing
here. I told them to see
my dead son and I had to
show the man the name on
the headstone, Exy driver's
license, and everything.
You tell me what county
we are in. Is this America
or what? Thank you this is
Marie.

Monday 4:05 p.m.
Hello my name is Maria
and I live on Lia Drive. I
live next to a rooster and
two chickens. The people
do not do anything about
them coming into my yard
eating my vegetables and
flowers. But my problem
is the traffic on Lia Drive


is very bad. And you tell
the people to slow do-
and they flick you off and
the police never come.
What are they waiting
for? Something really had
to happen on Lia Drive.
Come on Santa Rosa
County Sheriff, put a car
in my neighborhood of Lia
Drive, Castle Drive, and
Pamela Drive. Thank you.
.
Monday, 3:40 p.m.
Yeah this is BBy in
Blackwater. The last
couple of weeks I have
been pestered and
aggregated by what you
call real sportsmen. They
come right down to my
fence in the middle of
Blackwater and they say
they have paid a $100 for
a permit to hunt over
my fence. I moved to the
woods to keep from being
bothered. These people
have relatives with land
the next road over and
should plant their own
feed plot and hunt their
land. They come down '
and park in front of my
house and walk around
my property. With as many
home invasions as there
have been they have rio
business lurking around
my house. Stay away from
my house.

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


Wednesday 6:22 p.m.
Yeah, this is Raymond.
It is kind of shameful that
grown people use children
for their greedy'purposes
to get Southwest Airline
to come to the area. It is
kind of stupid. We have the
military around here that
fly all the time. Too many
airplanes in one area are
not good. That is not using
common sense. .

Wednesday, 6:11 p.m.
This is Stephanie. If you
had a Microwave as old as
mine you wouldn't worry
where the handle ended
up because it doesn't even
have a turntable. .

Wednesday, 5:30 p.m.
Hello, this is Kelly. In
response to Robin in Pace.
Yes, Frank Lay should run
for superintendent. He's
not scared to be a man and
show his convictions. Also
when someone complains
aborit the taxpayers
paying $600,000. Hey we
have raised money, forget
that.
Editor's note: The cost
the school board has to '
cover is $196,500 and part
of that is covered by their
insurance.
Wednesday, 1:06 p.m.
This is Tom. The
editorial in Saturday's
Press Gazette about
Highway 90 being tore
up. I hope you do an


Special to file PreSS Gazette
Santa Rosa County An-
imal Services .and Emer-
gency 'lVIanagemei2t are
looking for animal loving
volunteers to assist with
operations for the newly
created pet friendly disas-
ter shelter. A two-hour
long training course, titled
Partner Agency Shelter
Operations Workshop, will
be offered ff'ee of charge by
the American Red Cross
to interested residents on
Monday, October 5 at 2
p.m. at Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management
located at 4499 Pine Forest
Road in Milton. Volunteers
will be asked to undergo a
basic criminal background
check. To register or for
more information, contact
emergency management
at 850-983-5360.
The Partner Agency
Shelter Operations Work-
shop is an instructor led
course designed to pro-
vide an orientation to the
activities and duties per-
formed by disaster shelter
workers and volunteers.'
Upon completion of this
workshop, participants
will be able to:
Identify what servic-
es are involved in operat-


ing a shelter.
Describe the roles
and responsibilities of
each shelter operation po-
sition.
Describe important '
shelter resident informa-
tion.
Assume responsibil-
ity for each shelter fune-
tion.
Know what shelter
supplies are necessary
and how those supplies
can be obtained.
The pet friendly shelter
was developed by, county
staff, because historical
events have shown that
citizens may refuse to
evacuate from a disaster
area when their pets can-
not go with them. Santa
Rosa Courity recommends
that pet owners plan for
their evacuations and
utilize other accommoda-
tions such as pet friendly
hotels or staying with fam-
ily or friends if possible.
The pet friendly shelter
is for dogs, cats and their
owners. Space will be
limited and the disaster
shelter should be a last
resort for those who have
no other place to go. Cur-
rently, Santa Rosa County
has approximately 25,794
households with pets.


Special to die Press Gazette
An estimated 200-250 le-
tired, active duty and former
Navy Phot6grapher's Mates
from across the nation are
expected to attend the 2009
National Association of Na-
val Photography Reunion at
Pensacola Beach Oct 2&29.
Naval photography has
been a part of Pensacola,


since 1923 when the U.S.
NavySchoolofPhotography
was established at Naval
Air Station Pensacola. For
the next three quarters of
a century sailors, marines
"and coastguardsmen enter-
ing the military occupation
of photography received
their basic and advanced
training in Pensacola. .
In 1995 the Naval School


of Photography was re-des-
ignated as the Department
of Defense Photographic
School. It soon became evi-
dent, however, that training
facilities at NAS Pensadola
were inadequate to meet
department of defense pho-
to/mass communications
requirements so in 194&.
all photographic training
was relocated to Fort


Meade Maryland.
The reunion will be held
at the Hampton Inn, 2 Via
de Luna Drive Pensacola
Beach.
Reunion information is
available from PCH Robert
,Devore, USN Ret 850-455-
3907; e-mail* 09-peola-ru@
cox.net or PHC Art Giberson,
USNRet.850455-5931;e-mail
artgiberson@cox.nel


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Milton, FL 32510, 623-6299 Estial winkleseh@
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT mail.sontarose.kl2.fl.us.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES oistrict at Dians colemor, 9400 ocaviolone,
Noverre, FI. 32566. 939-2661. E-mail is colomonmd@
Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office moll sanraroso kl2 fl us A
Building, Washington, D.C., 20515; phone (locol) 479- Distict 4: J AlanJ. Simpson, 5059 Fairdhit,
1183; (0.0 202-225-4136; toll free 866-367-1614. Pace 32511, 994-5446. [ mell is simpsonij@mail.
Web:www.house.gov/jeffmiller. santoresa.kl2.fl.us.
SENATE *Distia 5 Edwold Gray 11( 1 Gray Oaks lone, Gulf
Sen. George LeMieux: 356 Rilssell Senate Office Breeze, FL 32561, 850-932-6287 E-inall11grayem@
Bilildi Washington, D.C. 20515; phone 202-224- ^oil samorosa kl2.fl.us.
3041; ax 202-228-5171 The Sonia Rose (ounty 5..hool Board meets at 6:30
Sen. Bill Nelson: Room 511, Hart Senate Office pm second and footh Thursdays at 5086 Canal St,
Building, Washington, D.C. 20510; phone 202-224- Milton. Phone: 983-5000. .
5274, fax 202224-8022.


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WHITE HOUSE
President Borock Obomo: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone
202-456-1414. E-mail: president@whitehouse.gov.,
- Vice President Joe Biden: Office of the Vice
President, White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Washington, D.C. 20500; phone 202-456-1414.

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


CITY GOVERNMENT
Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738
Dixon St., Milton, FL 32570, 983-5400. City Manager,
Brian Watkins.
Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561, 934-5100.
City Manage oB dK (vin Qualls, 3822
Highway 4, by, FL 32565, 675-2719.
Contact information for your clared officials
appears in every Saturday edition of the sona Posa
fress Gazette. Know your leader, my in tourb


Greg Cowell
Field Service Rep.
850-910-0902
towell@stpressgazerse.com

Terri Hutton "
Account RelatioI Specialist
850-623-2120
thutton@stpressgazette.com


Jim Fletcher-
Publisher
850-393-3654 '
iflettlier@stpressgazette.com
Carol Barnes
Office Manager
850-623-2120
chemes@stpressgarette.com


Bill Gamblin
Editor
850-377-4611
I)gamblin@stpressgazette.com
Debbie Coon
Field Service Rep.
850-393-3666
dcoon@stpressgazette.com


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The allure of bingo is 'Mag ic'


Saturday, October 3, 2009


Local


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette A3


of a lifetime


Bingo M~agic calls to those looking for


excitement and the thrill


fries, and the like, but that on
Thursday, Fridays,
Saturday, and Sundays she
prepares and serves full
course meals. "These full-
course meals are varied
enough that there's something
everyone will like," she said.
And this brings us to
today's Marathon, a first
Saturday of each month tradi-
tion, that is somewhat special
this Saturday.
"This Saturday Marathon
is unique in that it will be fea-
turing a free dinner for each
Marathon player," Tom said.
But that's just for starters!
"We will be guaranteeing $50
payoffs on regular quarter
games during the day ii1addi-
tion to giving away door
prizes all throughout the day.
And to cap this off, there will
be generous prizes for
Marathon participants," he
said. ,
' Winning prizes for First,
Second, and Third place win-
ners for Marathon participants
will be $250, $150, and $100
respectively. And of course
the hall will be open until 3:30
a.m.
Tom's five-member
administrative staff takes
pride in the recreational serv-
ices Bingo Magic offers its
customers and also in the
knowledge that the business is
making a significant contribu-
tion to the community as well.
With a workforce of 14
employees, Bingo Magic con-
tributes heavily to the area
economy and plays a heavy
role in support of area chari-


By OBIE CRAIN
oclain@stpressgazette.com

Bingo Magic!
It's a household word in
this area, symbolizing a tradi-
tion begun in 1993 with the
opening of one of the largest,
most comfortable, and up-to-
date bingo parlors situated
anywhere along the Gulf
Coast. -
Today Bingo Magic, locat-
ed at 4239 Avalon Blvd. in
Milton, continues that tradi-
tion, offering what can only
be described as wholesome,
family style recreation which
provides both fun and excite-
ment on a regular schedule in
a convenient, secure, and
comfortable environment
each and every .day of the
week.
Although general econom-
ic conditions these days might
have had some effect on the
robust participating crowds
that Bingo Magic has experi-
enced in the past, it's still a.
busy place and an energized
focal point where loyal fans
and bingo enthusiasts can
eagerly anticipate the ultimate
rewards that a winning
"Bingo!" card achieves.
Under the careful and effi-
cient management of General
Manager Tom Houston and a
.team of experienced adminis-
trative leaders, Bingo Magic
is still poised to offer its fans
and participants some of the
most exciting recreation they
will fmd anywhere. .
And would you believe
that many of those customers


come from miles away, some
fi-om as far away as Brewton
and Andalusia, Alabama, to
enjoy the facilities and the
general ambience that Bingo
Magic offers? It's .true,
according to Tom, who says
he's proud that Bingo Magic
has cultivated the kind of rep-
utation that's attractive to peo-
ple throughout the region.
"It's a friendly place," Tom
says about Bingo Magic.
"People who have come here
to play bingo over the years
have come to know. one
another and have sort of oulti-
vated lasting friendships with
other players. They consider
this a sort of a place where
they can come to relax and
spendtimewiththeirfriends."
The bingo hall which
accommodates approximately
450 guests has an enclosed
nonsmoking area for those
who prefer a tobacco free
environment. Players are
allowed to smoke in the gen-
eral bingu area.
Tom also called attention
to the full-service snack bar
that's operated on the premis-
es. He says it's an attractive
feature that allows people to
come, relax, and play a little
bingo, knowing they can get
something to eat right here
without having to go some-
where -else. "It's really con-
venient, and people like all
these features," Tom says.
Snack Bar Manager
Sharon Arnold says there are
always plenty of ordinary
short-order items like ham-
burgers, hot dogs, French


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with them at Bingo Magio, and events they have planned for you this weekend are
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These are directly related
support activities that the ordi-
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community activists for that
matter, might not ever consid-
er since they aren't ordinarily
publicized. With such services
being made on a regular basis,
it's easy to see that Bingo
Magic is a. lot more that
"...just fun and games" to a lot


ofpeople behind the scenes.
Tom Houston who is
retired from the Army and
with some 15 years of experi-
ence ih Bingo Hall and supply
side experience has lived in
Milton for the past 16 years
and manages both Bingo
Magic and Bingo Castle for
their owner. He has served in
this capacity since August of
2005 and is assisted at Bingo
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Ward; Shift Leader Stephanie
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business account, accord-
ing to the Escambia Coun-
ty Sheriffs report, but
would write checks out to
vendors, pay bills and write
payroll checks, which she
was to bring to Nassef to
approve payment for and
sign.
Nassel prodded copies
of checks and affidatits of
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authorized her to receive in
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Nov 20, 2008.
Alogn remains in the
Escambia County Jain on
$173,500 bond.


Reynolds asked Swanson on
Thursday for a 30-day continuance on
top of the proposed 30 days she had
asked for in the motion.
"This will allow me time to seek
an attorney," Reynolds said. "I asked
for 60 instead of the 30 that was in my
motion to allow time for feedback."
Swanson granted the 60-day con-
tinuance and set a new hearing date
for Dec. 1.
Reynolds will now be given two
months to find a civil rights attorney.
"Nobody wants to touch this
.
case. It takes a civil nghts attorney,
and there is only one in (Santa Rosa
County)," she said.
Despite that concern, Reynolds
had a courtroom full ofsupporters,
About 30 people who crowded the


are in the books," Reynolds said.
Another supporter was Jonathan
Moseley, a constitutional rights activ-
ist from Escambia County.
"I've talked to 50 people who want-
ed to come out today and weren't able
to make it. A lot of people are behind
this."
Reynolds was grateful for those
who came to support her case.
"The state was so confident that
they didn't even show up," Reynolds
said. "If there weren't supporters m
that court room, my case would not
,,
have been heard.
Reynolds said she is not backing
down from her figh1.
''There has got to be some leader-
ship in this country. I've gotten this
far only through the grace of God."


cramped courtroom to hear the out-
come came from throughout the Pan-
handle.
Mary Knatz left Tallahassee at 5
a.m. to meet Reynolds for the first
time on the front of the county court-
house steps.
Knatz had never seen Reynolds in
person, and only talked to her briefly
on the phone that morning.
"This situation is important to all
of us, and I'tn glad I was able to come
here," Knatz said. "It is a matter of
life and death."
Reynolds also expressed concern
about the details of the statute. .
, "Yesterday, Ilearned that it is a sec-
ond-degree misdemeanor if we refuse
to be vaccinated. There are people
that don't even know these statutes


The pall is pink in honor .
of breast cancer aware-
ness, and the color comes
at the perfect time of the
year,
"October is bi-east can-
cer awareness month,"
Brochusaid.
Along with the deco-
rated tree and pail, pink
and black boirs ath hung
up around the restaurant,
reminders of breast and
melanoma cancer.
The tree arid decora-
tions are not coming dolva
for a while, according to
the restaurant owner.
"We're going to leave


the tree up through Christ-
mas," Brochu said.
-- On Oct. -12, Brochu is
asking people to come out
and enjoy the Southern
barbecue, on whibh night
she plans to take 10 per-
cent of her sales and do-
nate it to theACS. She is
calling that night te Night
of Hope, and it be the
pink pail's final showing
on the- restaurant s front
counter,
1 "Thh mord people that
come out, the better."
Brochu said. "We want to
raise a lot of money for this
cause."


officer at the health department,
said'that although swine flu is be-
ing identified in younger victims, it
is not unusual to see a victim of this
age.
"HIN1 has been identified more
in the younger population than in
our senior populationn" Stilphen
said. "He was 52 years old, and that
is not an advanced age, and it's also
not a senior citizen." .
The Santa Rosa resident had hy-
pertensionandGERD(gastroesopho-


geal reflux disease), according to.the
FloridaDepartmentofHealthreport.
Moreinformationontheresidentwas
not released, in keeping with DOH
policy.
Stilphen said the man had stayed
at the facility outside the county for
seven days before he died there.
"He was an inpatient," she said.
"He was in the hospital at the time
of his death."
The local health department is
urging the public to exercise effi-


cient hygiene habits to help prevent
the spread of the flu. This includes
covering the mouth while cough-
ing or sneezing, washing hands
frequently, and staying home when
sick, regardless of symptoms.
. Residents with questions about
swine flu are urged to call their
health care'provider.
More information on swine flu
can be fourid on the Florida Depart-
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Bill Hayden is another one of those
misguided Republicans, and he would
be better respected if he would back.
off criticizing me andownup to the
fact that George W Bush and his
lapdog Republican Congress of eight
years, got our nation where it was
when President Barack Obama took
over on Jan. 20, 2009.
"There you go again." Mr. Hayden
ybu should not have used that line
- find your own words. These were
Ronald Reagan's words when he
debated President Jimmy Carter after
his campaign manager William Casey;
stole President Carter's debating
papers. The loitsy Republican Reagan
had Imowledge of President Carter's
answers before the questions were
asked
I ea ned my freedom of speech
the old fashion way -fighting to
help preserve the US Constitution
and the 27 Amendments thereto.
As a US Marine, I fought the enemy
of three nation; Japan,-Communist
North Korea and China. I have never
expressed my opinions if I thought it
was not true.
My letter of opinion "It's all about
black and white" will stand. Please
read it again Mr. Hayden, and maybe -
God will give you the meaning of what
I said. I am not like grou; I will not ask
you for an apology, but if the shoe fits;
wear it.
The school children would have
been better iofornied if they had been
allowed to hear the president speak
about learning and why it's necessary
to be the best you can be.
Noall H. BeleW
Gulf Breeze, Fla.


Fight Vattine Stat0tO ROW
Since last week's story, you should
he aware of Florida Statute 381.00315
(1) (b) 4 which allows use of any force
necessary to examine, test, treat,
quarantine and vaccinate you and
it's enforceable by law enforcement
officials (Fla. St. 381.0012).
My lawsuit challenges this law
as blatantly unconstitutional, and it
gives no consideration for religious,
conscience or medical either. You
can find it here: www.floridaswineflu-
vaccinelawsuit.blogspot.com-
The FDA has just approved
mercury (a neurotoxin) as an
additive to the swine flu vaccine. This
vaccine is being rushed tqinarket
by pharmaceutical companies
such as Baxter, Novartis, Novavax,
GlaxoSmithKline and Medlmmune
while their stock prices skyrocket.
The CDC, FDA and World Health
Organization know full well the <
severe neurological and toxic
effects it produces in the human
body. Washington state just decided
to put mercury back in its vaccine
because of the swine flu's seriousness.
Robert E Kennedy Jr., has written
extensively about this cover-up for
profit. If it's not good for fish, why
should it be good for pregnant woken,
children and adults?
In 2007, Baxter produced
contaminated heparin syringes,
transmitting bacterial infections to
high-risk patients who died. Recently,
it mixed live bird flu with a vaccine
and shipped it to 18 laboratories in
Europe where it killed the ferrets.
We had a complete media blackout,
except for Caqada Free Press.


Secretary of Health and Human .
Services Director Katherme Sebelius
has signed a statement absolving the
vaccine companies of liability. There
is no financial incentive to chsure the
quality of this product being totatdd as
the salvation for the "Pandemic." Just
roll up your sleeve and trust the WHO.
Are you comfortable now? I sure am
not nor should you be. .
I suggest you contact your state
representatives and senators to
rescind this statute.'Ib find out more
information on vaccines go to www.
vaclib.org or www.vaccinetruth.org.
larmen Reynolds
Nimre, Ma.

Bill 80 OH ( 00SH't get if
Thanks to Bill Hayden, I have a fan,
However, he does not understand and
agree with my opinions even though I
express it in "BLACK AND WHITE."
I have not noticed Mr. Hayden writing
original letters to this newspaper, but
he is quick to jump on my expressed
freedom of speech.
There was a time a few years ago
when Mr. Haden liked what I said in
making the U.S. Coast Guard an equal
part of other branches of military
when the Pensacola World War II
Memorial was being constructed. If
I am not mistaken, I was the only US
Marine who went to the aide of the
USCG, and I believe what I said and
did cause it to be successful.
I enjoy feedback, pro or con.
Bring it owr). There is one thing
that feedback tells me; my words of
wisdom are read.
It's as plain as day to realize that


OUR VIEW


Florida can




pay now


or later

U.S. President Barack Obama stood and
talked about the importance of education, but
is he.ever going to address the real problem?
Are children getting what they need from
school?
The state does not fund education fully.
For the past two years, Florida has
continually cut funding by two to five percent
at a time.
These budget cuty have led to teachers
moving from full to part-time status or losing
their jobs altogether. Some must even teach
at two schools to maintain full-time status.
Now word has it, Tallahassee wants to take
another three-percent for the 2010-11 budget.
When will it all end?


Florida school systems.
The state decided to use our need to
license our vehicles, and buy drivers licenses
to bridge the gap in its budget, increasmg
those taxes a whopping 12V/o.
We have to ask: where is the state actually .
spending all of this inoney?
There isn't that much going on in
northwest Florida.
If education is so important, (and we agree,
it is) then why can't the folks in Tallahassee
find a way to fund it?
Answer? The Tallahassee two-step! Don't
let people realize who is really to blame .
for tax increases. (Create mandates to the
counties, but don't provide the money. When
the county is forced to cut the program, it
looks as if the county leaders are the ogres,
not those in Tallahassee.)
In the course of three years, Santa Rosa
County has seen nearly 10 percent cut from
its budget.
So where are all those state dollars going,
anyway?
If not towards education do tho dollars
go to support the state's prison system?
Alas, those who do not get an education
often end up in the prison system so, putting
money into prisons is "kinda like" putting it in
schools.
Look at where some of the actual cuts are.
being made:
You cannot cut the basics so the only thing
left is to cut the staff which teaches music
art, and then you have to-tap into physical
education.
The only other place you might be able to
cut is special education, but some of those
programs that focus on remedial reading and
math have already felt the pinch to the point
they've virtually one the way of the dinosaur
It is at when the President talks
education.
He has gotten the likes of Newt Gingrich
and Al Sharpton to join his Education Czar
and travel the country and seeking the needs
of students.
The problem is education is much like .
dealing with your local auto mechanic: you ,
can pay them now, or you can pay.them later,
Spend the dollars to fully fund educational
programs.now or wait, and spend the funds
on prisons a few years down the road.



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Pace

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Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
congregation, 5696 Berryhill
Road, Milton
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Eternal Trinity Lutheran ,
Church, 6076 Old Bagdad
Highway, Milton

ChristMn i Mdtist s'
Church, 5983 Dogwood
Drive, Milton
Chumuckle United Methodist
Church, 9475 Chumuckla
Highway, Jay
Elizabeth Chapel United
Methodist Church, 8008
Chumuckla Highway, Pace
Ist United Methodist Church
of Pace, 4540 Chumuckla
Highway, Pace
Woodbine United Methodist
Church, 5200 Woodbine,
Pace
Bogdad United Methodist
Church, 4540 Forsyth St.,
Bagdad
First United Methodist
Church, 6830 Berryhn Road,
Milton
Jay United Methodist Church,
300 S. Alabama St., Jay
Moe Edwards Memorial
United Methodist Church, 5052
Mulat Road, Milton
Pineview United Methodist
church, 1400 rineview
Church Road, Jay
Wesley Memorial United
Methodist Church, 4701
SchWe dbia niPe7Methodist
Church, 5200 Woodbine
Road, Pace
N 0Z0f0HO
New Faith Church of
Nazarene, 5162 Avenida del
Fixego, Pace
Non-tienominationOj
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,


East Side Baptist, 4884
Ward Basin Road, Milton
Faith Baptist, 6423
Hamilton Bridge Road,
Milton .
First Baptist of Harold,
10585 Goodrange Drive,
Milton
Liberty Baptist Church, 6763
Ma2are St CPt n, 5103
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
St., Milton
St. John Divine Missionary
Baptist, 5363 St. Johns St.,
milton
BODIISt -
.
Independent
Bible Baptist Church of Pace,
400B bTey apPiac hurch,
5976 Dogwood Drive,
Milton
Brownsdale Baptist Church,
Churnuckla Highway, Jay
Joy Bible Baptist, 8613
Highway 90, Milton
Pleasant Hill.Missionary
Baptist, 5550 Econfina St.,
Milton
Solid Rock Baptist, 6760
Elist Gate Road, Milton
Trinity Baptist, 5301
Highivay 90, Pace
Victory Baptist, 4000
Avalon Blvd., Milton
West Floride Baptist, 5621
Highway 90, Milton
Fil Am Baptist Church, 5240
Dogwood Drive, Milton

Baptist Southern
Avalon Baptist, 4316
Avalon Blvd., Milton
Be dole Baptist Church
6730 ghway 4, Jay '
Billory Ist Baptist of Holley-
Navarre, Highway 87 North
Holley
Blackwater Baptist, 1168g
Munson Highway Milton
Calvary Baptist, Highway
'C Boot 12953
ora
Highway 197, Jay
East Side Baptist, 4884
Ward Basin Road, Milton
Ferris Hill Baptist, 6848
Chaffin St., Milton
First Bagdad Baptist, 4529
Fo r BaSp istBo G edn Point,
0 Garcon Point Road,
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 Dride, Milton
Harmony Ridge Baptist, 5536
HigH co me ptist,
Hickory Hammock Road,
E. Milton
Hi manue Ba fist 4187
James Street Baptist, 6658
James St., Milton
Jay First Baptist, 214 S.
atvnmTr hCh ch '
g .
(Contemporary), Meetmg


at S.S. Dixon Intermediate
School, Pace
Mount Calvary So. Baptist,
5300 Berryhill Road Milton
I(ew Bethel Baptist, 10995
Chumuckla Highway, Jay
New Life Baptist, 6380
Bayberry St., Milton
Mount Pleasant Baptist,
61 dogwood Drive,
Olivet Baptist, 5240
i)ogwood 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
68250an RosaaBa s sso.,
Milton,
Spring Hill Baptist Church,
9214 Mimson Highway,
Milton
Wallace Baptist Church, 6601
Chumuckla Highway
Woodbine Baptist Church,
4912 Woodbine Road, Pace

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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 suppizz
Church, 3949 Paee Road,
Pace
(GillOlic
St. Rose of Lima Catholic
Church, 6457 Park Ave. S.W.
Milton

(10fiSmatic
Shepherd House Ministries,
5739 Stewart St., Milton
New Hope Community Church,
Meeting at Russel Center
at Locklin Tech, Berry
Hill, Milton
( SUN I Of ChriSt

44 BagGdad Churc o Christ,
HigBh ah I u cdhaod Christ,
3679 Berryhill Road, Pace
Jay Church of Christ, E.
Highway 4, Jay
Margaret Street Church of
Christ, 6745 Margaret St.,
Milton
McLellan Church of Christ,


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


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

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


Church


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saturday, October 3, 2009


A8 | Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Written By Brenda Gabbert
The 20th Annual Peanut Festival
begins today, Saturday, Oct. 3 from
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will contmue
through tomorrow, Sunday, with the
same hours. The admission, park-
ing, contests, Horse show, and live
entertainment are free.
The Peanut Festival is held at
the Gabbert Farm, located about 4.5
miles south of Jay, off Highway 89 at
3604 Pine Level Church Road.
Bring a chair and stay awhile.
The festival is like a county fail;
something for everyone!
The Calloways are in charge of


the music and Mr. Henry Botts will
be the Emcee.
MUSIC S;C 104Ule
Saturday, Oct. 3
9:30 to 10 a.m. Jessica Byrd
(baton group); 10 to 10:30 a.m. -
Judy Gallent (gospel soloist); 10:45
- 11:45 a.m. High Cotton (country
band); 12 to 1 p.m. Watch & Pray
(gospel group); 1:15 to 1:45 p.m-
- Judy Cutts (gospel soloist); 1:45
to 2:15 p.m. Mary Haveard (gos-
pel soloist); 2:30 to 3 p.m. Michell
Campbell (country soloist), 3 to 3:30
p.m. The Calloways (gospel); 3:30


to 4 p.m. Harvey Byars (gospel
soloist); 4 to 4:30 p.m. Judy Cutts; 5
to 6 p.m. Southern Classic (country
band).
Sunday, Oct. 4
9 to 9:45 a.m. Rev. Earl Greene
Church Service; 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
- Hearts of Worship (gospel group);
11:45 to 12:15 Harvey Byars (gos-
pel soloist); 12:15 to 1:15 Leigh
Ann Macks (gospel soloist); 1:30 to
2:30 p.m. Master's Men Quartet;
2:45 to 3:15 p.m. Mary Haveard;
3:15 to 3:45 The Calloways; 4 to
4:30 p.m. Wanda Day; 4:30 to 5
p.m. Jenny Carnley; 5 to 6 p.m.
-- Watch & Pray & The Calloways.


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Written By Brenda Gabbert
The Jay Chamber of Commerce will
meet Monday, October 5 at 12 noon for
lunch and their monthly meeting at the
Jay Community Center,
All members and future members


are asked to attend this meeting. Help is
needed to make plans for the upcoming
"Trick or Treat in the Street" Halloween
event. Christmas is not far off, and final
plans need to be made for that event
also.
See you at the Jay Chamber meeting!


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repair at McKenzie Mo-
tors. One hundred percent
of the proceeds benefit
the City of Milton youth
football and cheerleading
programs.
In Hot Pursuit 5K*
The Escambia County
Sheriff's Office Second
Annual In Hot Pursuit 5K
will be held Oct. 10 on Pen-
sacola Beach. This year,
all proceeds from the race
will go to support the Flor-
ida Sheriff's Association
Youth Ranches, an orga-
nization dedicated to the
prevention of juvenile de-
linquency and the produe-
tion of strong, lawful and
productive citizens for our
community. There will be
a fun beach course, great
prizes, red beans and rice
at the finish and medals
for the winners. The race
will start at 8 a.m. near
the Pavilion on Pensacola
Beach. Pre-registration is
$17 through Oct. 9. Day
of the race registration
is $25. Register online at
www.active.com or down-
load a printable form at
escambiaso.com

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


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'Iners 1 13 1 4

Stagllos 0 3 0 0

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Btealrs 4 0 0 1
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Paocrs 2 2 0 4
Tigers 0 3 I 1

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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette|I A9


POrtS


tonparks@ymail.com.
Adult Co-Ed Kickball
Fall League: Adult Co-
Ed Kickball Fall League
at East Milton Ball Park
beginsOct.15. Seasons
eight weeks. Team regis-
tration is $200. For more
information contact An-
thony Daughtery at 983-
2242, e-mail emyakick-
ball@yahoo.com or visit
www.eastmiltonyouths-
ports.com.
,
Tiger Trot 5K/10K:
Ronald McDonald House
Charities of Northwest
Florida is now accepting
registrations for the Ti-
ger Trot 5K/10K race. The
event will be held on Oct.
17 at 8 a.m. beginning at
Midway Fire Station lo-
cated at 1322 College
Parkway in Gulf Breeze.
The scenic course takes
participants through resi-
dential areas and around
Tiger Point Golf Club.
The 10K course adds a
trip along Bay Street and
Santa Rosa Sound. Reg-
istration before Oct. 15
is $20 for 5K and $22 for
10K. Registration clos-
ing date is Oct. 15. Late
race-day registration is
$23 for 5K and $25 for
10K. Race packet pickup*
is available Oct. 16 from
4-6 p.m. at Running Wild
in Pensacola and on race
day from 6:30-7:30 a.m. at
Midway Fire Station in


Gulf Breeze. The Tiger
Trot 5K/10K after-race
party will include refresh-
ments, door prizes and
race awards. Register on-
line at www.active.com or
downloadanentryformat
www.rmhpensacola.org.

Arrowhead Junior
Golf Tour: Milton junior
golfers ages 12-18 are invit-
ed to compete in the AJGT
Tehefuncta Junior Classic
at Tehefuncta Country
Club in Covington, La. on
the weekend of Oct. 17-
18. The two-day, 36-hole
tournament is ranked by
the National Junior Golf
Scoreboard and hosted by
the Arrowhead Junior Golf
Tour. The tournament
registration deadline is
Saturday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m.
Please call 850-650-6331
or register online at www.
arrowheadjgt.com.

Win a car: Tickets are
on sale now for a chance
to win a Buick, Pontiac
or GMC vehicle of choice
valued at. up to $33,500.
Tickets are $5 each and
will be sold until Oct. 31.
The drawing will be held
in mid December. To pur-
chase tickets, visit McK-
enzie Motors in Milton or
contact Linsey Williamson
at 850-983-5466 or milton-
parks@ymail.com. With
each ticket purchase, do-
nors receive a voucher for
10 percent off any service


Milton baseball golf
scramble: Milton High
School Baseball Boost-
ers 3rd Annual Golf Tour-
nament will be Oct. 17
at Tanglewood Country
Club. This three-person
scramble is set to start at
8 a.m. with lunch after the
tournament. The cost is
$65 per player or $195 per
team and includes golf,
lunch, beverage carts,
range balls and prizes.
Cash awards for the top
three places. For more in-
formation call 777-7454 or
324-1310. Check and reg-
istration can be mailed to
MHS .Baseball Boosters,
PO Box 4531, Milton, FL.
32572.

Bears for Bears Ride:
The Gulf Coast Chapter
of ABATE of Florida will
hold their annual Bears
for Bears Ride in support
of the Santa Rosa Kids
House. The ride be Oct. 4
with registration getting
underway at 9 a.m. at the
Home Depot on Highway
90 in Pace. Kickstands
will go up for an escorted
ride at 11 a.m. Cost is $10
per person and one article
of new clothing for kids.
For more information call
324-7529 or e-mail gea-
batepres@bellsouth.net
Rotary 5K: The Mil-
ton Rotary Club will hold
its 3rd Annual 5K on Oct.
24 along the Blackwater


Heritage State Trail. The
run to benefit education
scholarships and pro-
grams sponsored by Mil.
ton Rotary Club. Registra-
tion is $20 for adults and
$15 for children through
Oct. 23 and will be $25 for
adults and $20 for chil-
dren the day of the race.
Race time is 9 a.m. and
busses will begin loading
at 8 a.m. at Milton City
Hall. An after party with
food and drink will be at
Blackwater Bistro follow-
ing the race. Early packet
pickup will be Oct. 23 at
Blackwater Bistro from 5
p.m. to 7 p.m.

.Garcon Point Bridge
Run: The Santa Rosa
Education Foundation
and Mediacom Commu-
nications will hold their
4.8 mile run/walk across
the Garcon Point Bridge
on Saturday, Oct. 17th, at
7:30 a.m. Participants will
be treated to hamburgers,
hot dogs, and drinks dur-
ing the post race awards
ceremony. Advance reg-
istration is encouraged.
Entry fees are $20 for
children under 18 and $25
for adults. After Oct. 13,
all registration fees are
$30. The first 300 regis-
tered participants will
receive an event T-shirt.
Registration is available
online at www.active.com
or forms may be down-
loaded atwww.santarosa.


kl2.fl.us/sref. For more
information call 850-983-
5043.

River walk Run: Sign
up now to participate in
the Riverwalk Run, Oct.
3 starting at 4 p.m. in
downtown Milton. The 5K
course takes participants
through- historic parts of
the city, then continues
on a section of the Black-
water Heritage State
Trail and finally across
the Riverwalk Board-
walk towards the finish
line in downtown Milton.
All participants must be
able to complete 3.1 miles
within one hour since the
course will open to traffic
at 5 p.m. Registration is
available through Active.
com and can be accessed
through the City of Mil-
ton Parks and Recreation
Web site at www.cityofmil-
tonpr.nexo.com.
In addition, registra-
tion forms can be down-
loaded from the Web site
or can be picked up at
the Milton Community
Center, 5629 Byrom St.,
Milton, FL. The cost to
register is $20 on the day
of the race. Additional
fees apply online. Packet
pickup is scheduled for
Oct. 3 from 2 to 3 p.m. at
the race site in downtown
Milton. For more informa-
tion, contact Linsey Wil-
liamson at 850-983-5466
extension 208 or at mil-


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PENSACOLA BAY

Sunday, October 4, 2000
1:10 a.m. CDT Rill Moon
6:44 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:04 a.m. CDT Moonset
7:45 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.45 Feet
6:30 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:32p.m. CDT Moonrise
11:07 p.m. CDT High tide 1.57 Feet

Monday, October 5, 2000
6:44 a.m. CDT Sunrise -
8:05 a.m. CDT Moonset
8:38 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.29 Fbet
6:28 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:08 p.m. CDT Moonrise
11:32 p.m. CDT Bigh tide 1.73 Feet

Tuesday, October 6, 2009
6:45 a.m. CDTSunrtse
9:08 a.m; CDT Moonset
4:43 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.19 Feet
6:27 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:49 p.m. CDT Moonrise

Wednesday; October 7, 2009
12:13 a.m. CDT High tide 1.85 Feet
6:46 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:13 a.m CDT Moonset
11:04 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.12 Feet
6:26 p m. CDT Sunset
8:36 p.m. CDT Moonrise


EAST BAY

Sunday: October 4, 2009
1:10 a.m. CDT Rdl Moon
6:43 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:03 a.m. CDT Moonset
9:01 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.54 Feet
6:28 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:31 p.m. CDT Moonrise
11:52 p.m. CDT High tide 1.89 Feet

Illondays October 5, 2009
6:43 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:03 a.m. CDT Moonset
9:56 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.35 Feet
6:27 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:1.16 p.m. CDT Moonrise

Tuesdays October 6, 2009
12:17 a.m CDT High tide 2.07 Feet
6:44 a.m. CDT Sunrise
9:07 a.m. CDT Moonset
10:59 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.23 Feet
6:26 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:47 p.m. CDT Moonrise

Wednesday, October 7, 2000
12:56 a.m. CDT High tide 2.21 Feet
6:-14 a.m. CDT Sunrise
10:11 a.m. CDT Moonset
12:20 p.m, CDT Low tide 0.14 Feet
6:25 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:35 p.m..CDT Moonrise


BLACKWATER RIVER
Sunday, October 4, 20((9
12:39 a.m. CDT High tide 1.67 Feet
1:10 a.m. CDT Full Moon
6:43 a.m. CDT Sunrise
1:03 a m. CDT Moon set
9:31 a m. CDT Low tide 0.54 Feet
6:29 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:31p.m. CDT Moonrise
Monday, October 5, 2009
12:48 a.m. CDT High tide 1.89 Feet
6:44 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:04 a.m. CDT Moonset
10:26 A.m. CDT Low tide 0.35 Feet
6:28 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:06 p.m. CDT Moonrise

Tuesday; October 6, 2009
1:13 a m. CDT High tide 2.IYi Feet
6:44 a.m. CDT Stmrise
9:07 a.m CDT Moonset
11-29 a m. CDT Low tide 0.23 Feet
6:26 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:47 p.m. CDT Moonrise

Wednesday : October 7. 2009
1:52 a.m. CDT High tide 2.21 Feet
6:45 a.m. CDT Sturrise
10:12 a.m. CDT Moonset
12:50 p.m. CDT Low tide 0 14 Feet
6:25 p.m. CDT Sunset
8:35 p.m. CDT Moonrise

NAVARRE BEACH
Sunday, October 4, 2009
1:10 a.m. CDT Phil Moon
4:24 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.60 Feet
6:42 a.m. CDT Sunrise
7:02 a.m. CDT Moonset
12:56 p.m. CDT High tide 1.09 Feet
2:19 p.m. CDT Low tide 1.08 Feet
G:28 p.m. CDT Sunset
6:30 p.m. CDT Moonrise
8:35 p.m. CDT High tide 1.57 Feet

Illonday. October 5. 2009
5:24 a.m CDT Low tide 0.47 Feet
6:43 a.m. CDT Sunrise
8:03 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:27 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:06 p m. CDT Moonrise
9:00 p.m. CDT High tide 1.74 Feet


6:31a.n T o spd .3
6:-14 a.m. CDT Sunrise
9:06 a.m. CDT Moonset
6:26 p.m. CDT Sunset
7:47 p.m. CDT Moonrise
9:37 p.m. CDT High tide 3.89 Feet

H'ednesda.1: October 7, 2000
6:44 a.m CDT Sunrise
8:14 a.m. CDT Low tide 0.27Yeet
10:11 a.m. CDT Moonset .
6:25 p.m. CDT Sunset
8-35 p.m CDT Moonrise
10:22 p.m. CDT High tide 2.00 Feet














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BRSeball is done with the best 2-of-3 format


By B [L GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
A hit that draws oohs and ahs from
those in the stands could hdve far
reaching effects.
Most of the time, those who deliver
the blow and the player being hit get
up, sometimes rather slow, but they
continue to play.
Some instances resemble the im-
age that has gripped a nation of Flow
ida quarterback Tim Tebow lying mo-
tionless on the turf at Commonwealth
Stadium.
In such a contact sport, there are
those instance where injuries occur,
and concussions is an area where
many are still learning about the far
reaching effects of that one hit-
"There are several different opin-
Ions, and they vary from state to state,"
said Dr. Josh Hackel, director of Pri-
mary Care Sports Medicine at the An-
drews Institute in Gulf Breeze. "When
you look at state-to-state, there ai'e dif-
ferent grading scales, so we have a lot
of work to standardize the system. And
because there are so many classifica-
tions, we haven't found the best way to
evaluate these injuries."
Unfortunately, when a player suf-
fers their first concussion, they are
more likely to suffer a second one.
"We have learned it is very unpor-
tant to look for the signs of a possible
concussion," sai Hackel, who studied
and trained at the American Sports
Institute in Birmingham under Dr.
James Andrews. "Unless the first one
is recognized, the second concussion
could seriously injure them.
"A second concussion (second im-
pact syndrome) .can be devastating
to an athlete and possibly include
death."
So what are some of the symptoms
to look for if aft athlete has sustained
a traumatic brain injury?
According to Hackel, the athlete
could be acting a little different, cry-
ing, complaining of headaches, hav-
ing difficulty remembering ,things,
such as plays or where they are, run
' the wrong direction or not follow di-
rections.
But he indicated it is crificalfor ev-
eryone to look for the signs.
"The coaching staff, parents, medi-
cal staff and everyone need. to le
aware of the signs concerning pne of
these injuries," said Hackel.
This is a far, far cry from the days


Traumatic Encephalopathy (CSTE)
at the Boston School of Medicine.
In conducting their studies, they
have found Aignificant damage in
studying brain tissue from retired
NFL athletes collected after their
deaths.
This has led to the discovery of
chronic traumatic encephalopathy
(CTE).
The CSTE just released a study on
foi'mer NEL player T9m McHale, who
is their sixth documented case of CTE
in a retired football player. McHale
died last year at; the age of 45.
But they haire found CTE in an
18-year-old multi-sport athlete who
is believed to have suffered multiple
concussions,
CTE has been found in all six of the
former NFL players studied.
Although equipment lyas improved,
Hackle doesn't feel the equipment has
gorie far enough.
"Players are still suffering concus-
sions," said Hackle. "The equipment
is getting better, but it hasn't stopped ,
the problem."
The Andrew's Institute also
worked on a project two years ago
with USA Football in distributing a
video t.o 21,000 high schools about re-
ducing head injuries and spinal cord
injuries by emphasizing proper tack-
ling techniques and using the equip-
ment provided for football players
properly.
Equipment has come a long way,
according to Pace High Athletic Di-
rector Robert Freeman.
"Football is a contact sport, and we
can't eliminate injuries," said Free-
man. "But helmets, for instance, have
come a long way.
"Helmets use to be a shell with, a
rubber circle inside with a piece of
twine or cord holding it together in-
side."
Freeman and Bell went on to com-
ment on the equipment of the past
and medical practices being the rea-
son why some of them might not be
too bright today.
But the symptoms couldbe fartlief
reaching, as they are for forriter New
England Patriot linebacker Ted John-
son, who was cited in a recent CNN
report.
Johnson cites two concussions he
suffered in 2002 as the reason for his
retirement and his subsequent de-
pression, sleep disorders and mental
fatigue.


before medical trainers were on the
sidelinesilike they are today through
the efforts of Baptist Hospital and the
Andrews Institute.
"The equipment and treatment
they get is the best there is," said Jay
head coach.Elijah Bell. "The thing is,
you can get a concussion even by fall-
ing off a bike because they are a freak
accident.
"And our trainers are so much bet-
ter trained in the areas ofedetection
and care, I don't know how to describe
it."
Bell noted these trainers are
watching practice and the plays and
can tell a lot by what they see in ob-
serving practice and how someone
falls.
But he is quick to point out the
times have changed since he played,
as sports medicine is more of a sci-
ence now.
"When I played, if you were any-
thing other than cross-eyed, you
played," recalled Bell. "Now the
knowledge and protection is so much
better."
Scientists are studying the effects
of concussions because this is an in-
visible injury that is impossible to test
for because an MRI or CT scan are
unable to detect the damage.
But those who have seen their ea-
reers end due to concussions include
fortner Dallas Cowboys quarterback
Troy Ailanen and retired hockey play-
er Eric Lindross.
Today groups, such as the cen-
ter, are doing studies for the Study of


By Bl[L GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com

Baseballis returning to the one and done
,,.,;:':.embers of the Florida High
School Athletic Association Board ofDifed-
tors voted to restructure the post sedon
formats for baseball and competitive cheer-
Santa Rosa squads currently are not
competing in cheerleading-
The board authorized the FHSAA staff
to devise a qualifying round before the state
finals for competitive cheerleading
Teams currently compete as tumbling,
npn-tumbling or co-ed squads, but will
now be broken down into division based on
school enrollment.
"These changes will create more op-
portunities for competition in competitive
cheerleading," said Executive Director
Roger Dearing. "The creation of the divi-
sions will level the playing field by allowing
schools of similar size to compete against
each other."
The board also voted to discontinue the
best two-of-three games format for the re-
gion final in baseball. The two-year experi-
mental period expired at the.conclusion of
the 2008-09 season,
"During the two-year trial, we received
feedback from some of the participating
schools that the experiment, while good
for competition, was not being supported
by spectator attendance," said Dearing.
"The format also created extended travel
for many schools, which became a budget
concern."
The change in policy was received with
mixed reviews in Santa Rosa County. .


it, he was less than pleased.
"To start with, Iliked the idea," said Dia-
mond. "But it didn't take me long to change
my mind when we faced N. Florida Chris-
tian and figured out they had more pitching
han did asra b tle public s 1.but bes

pitcher against their best'pitcher and take
rdi e beca we. dsoon ahl
when you get to south and central Florida.
gil other action taken by the lioard of di-
rectors at Monday's meeting:
Approved a modification to Policy 38
to require head t*oaches in varsity sports
to certify they have reviewed the FHSAA
"Policy on Athletic Recruiting," will comply
with all provisions of the policy, and will re-
view the provisions of the policy with their
coaching staffs and players electronically
in a process facilitated by the FHSAA (e.g.,
video rules presentations).
Approved a recommendation of the
Track & Field Advisory Committee to re-
verse the seeding order in the preliminaries
of the long jump, triple jump, discus throw
and shot put at the state finals.
Approved a recommendation of the
'Iennis Advisory Committee to begin prac-
tice one week earlier.in.January.
Denied a recommendation of the Soft-
ball Advisory Committee to condense the
FHSAA Softball Finals to a four-day format
(Wednesday-Saturday) instead of the cur-
rent six-day format, to advance eight teams
to the finals using single elimination and to
eliminate the region final,
Denied endorsement of an amendment
to Bylaw 9.2.4 to allow shadent eligibility by
sport and noted that the board supported
the current language.


ERVells to
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OSt try outs

Press Gazette Staff Report
Summer football will be return-
ing to Miltonin 201(i.
- The Premiere Football League,
which features the Escambia Cru-
saders and the Pensacola Wolfpac,
will have a third team in the region
based in Santa Rosa County.
The Santa Rosa Ravens,, who
will launch their inaugural cam-
paign in 2010, will be hosting open
tryouts Dec. 5, 6, 12 and 13 at the
Milton Community Center/Hindall
Park football field.
Registration begins at noon,
and workouts. will start about 1
p.m. A $35 (cash only) registration
fee is due the day of the tryout.
The tryout is open for all positions
and will be conducted outdoors
on natural grass. Players will be
required to perform in a pro-style
combine workout.
All participants are required
to bring their own shoes (outdoor
cleats preferably) and other prop-
er workout attire. For more infor~
nation, call 346-1466 or 918-9668 or
send an e-mail to arravens2010@
yahoo.com.


"I thought the three game series was a
good thing," said Robert Freeinan, Athletic
Director at Pace High School. "I thought it
was the best way to help you determine who
was the best team."
Freeman mentioned it was suggested
one game could have been played on Friday
and the other two games on Saturday, but
the final word came down to attendance and
finances.
"Itis easy to blaine everything on financ-
es," said Freeman.
When the experiment first began, Jay
baseball coach Jorey Diamond was a sup-
porter of the idea, but after his first taste of


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sports@srpressgazette.com

After Monday, there stood one
team atop the District 1-5A volley-
ball rankings.
The showdown was between
Milton, who traveled to Gonzales,
to challenge the undefeated Tate
Aggies,
When all was said and done, the
Lady Panthers stood undefeated
and undaunted after disposing of
the Aggies 25-11; 25-16 and 25-11.
Milton (8-1) hit the. Aggies with
a one--two combination of Veronica
Ffrench and Ashton Baker.
Baker dealt out 12 assists on
the match, while it was Ffrench
who punished the Tate front line
with 18 kills
Milton also had things work-
ing from the service line as Baker,
Kasandra Gilley and Alyssa Lar
son each finished with two aces
each.
Pace was involved in a make-up
game Wednesday and took advan-
tage of a struggling Pine Forest
squad as they swept the Lady E-
gals on their home floor.
The Lady Patriots (5-7) swept
. the winless Pine Fprest squad 25-
17, 25-13 and 25-15.
Lauryn Arnden set the tone for
the game with 15 assists while Jo-
hanna Quesada registered four of
the Lady Patriots' 11 blocks.
Michele Heath and Alyssa Val_
dez let the team with digs as they
recorded 12 and 11 respectively in
a match they clearly dominated.
At the service line, it was Mi-
chelle Phelps and Caroline Brant-
leyleading the way with three aces
each.
Monday, Pace dropped a three
set decision to Pensacola Catholic
25-16, 25-17 and 25-16.
Valdez led Pace with five kills
and 10 digs, while Artiden dished
out six assists. .
On Tuesday, PCA defeated Jay
in four sets..
In golf, Pace finished fourth in a
five squad girls meet at A.C: Read
Golf Course in Pensacola on Tues-
day.
Miranda Cobb le'd the Lady Pa_
triots by carding a 50 followed by
Lauren Hayes with a 52. r
Jessica Ujzari and Nicki Cody
rounded out Pace's scoring by
carding rounds of 56 respectively.
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in need of volunteers to help at
the event
"We can use all the
volunteers we can get.
Volunteers can show up early
that morning before sign-up
and help with the walk," said
Dunn
Half of the money that is
raised at the benefit wil go to
the national Down Syndrome .
Association. The remaining a
pot will go back into the local
chapter 10 help put on other
events throughout the year to
raise awareness.
It will stay local so we can
help educate people about
Down Syndrome," said Dunn
For further .olunteer or
general information on the
event. Dunn can be reached at
686-2490


buddy, and that person brings
a buddy, and so on, more and
more people can be educated
about Down Syndrome.
Registration begins at 8
a.m., and people can sign
up anytime before 1 p.m. For
the event. The cost is $15 a
person or team member, and
$25 for family registration (two
adults and two children), and
donations are accepted.
This year, Dunn plans on
holding a motorcycle ride,
which will start at the Home
Depot off of Highway 90 and
will make its way through
Chumackla and end at the
Buddy Walk locallon
Registration for the
motorcy-cle rade starts at 8 a.m.
and the ride is at 9 a m.," .
said Dunn, "It will police
escorted, and will end at the


Buddy Walk. We're hoping to
gel somewhere around 600
participants.'
In all, Dunn is hoping to
see somewhere around 1,000
participants lotal at this years
events.
"I was really proud of our
community last year. I think
this is 90ing to be the biggest
turnout yet," said Dunn.
This year's walk will be in
memory of Byrd and Melanie
Bilbngs, who were one of
Dunn's closest friends.
They were wonderful
peo(ale that 9ave back to the
community, and showed me
that children with disabilities
are still just children, said
Dunr,
Although the walk will be
full of entertainment such as art
vendors and clowns, Dunn is


By MATHEW PELLEGRINO


Grab a buddy, and head
down to the Rosa Sunshine
Buddy Walk at the PJC outdoor
track off of Highway 90 in
Milton The event, which kicks
off a week from today, is the
walks' fourth year in the Santa
Rosa Community.
The walk, which begins
at 9:30 a.m. helps educate
people about Down Syndrome
and other developmental
diseases
We v.*ant to promote
awareness and advice of
children wilh Down Syndrome,
said President of Northwest
Florida's Down Syndrome
Association, Angle Dunn
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Bible Prophecy Conference
be nstomorrow
Trinity Baptist Church, lo-
cated at 5301 Highway 90 in
r e o erha eaiiB
Sunday, Oct. 4 and will continue
through Thursday, October 8th.
Dr. Don Jasmin will be the spe-
cial speaker. Service times for
Sunday will be 9:15 a.m. and 10:

ua un ng h
7 p.m. Pastor Paul Woody invites
the community to come and
hear this special conference. For
more information, call 994-5921
or 981-9632.

AII About Lawns
The October Monthly Meet-
ing of the Navarre Garden Club
will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 6
from. 9 a.m. to noon at Hidden
Creek Golf Course.
This month's program is
"Lawn and Garden Organi-
cally Speaking," presented
by Theresa Friday of the SRC
Extension Service. Many of us
know Theresa from her work
with the Panhandle Butterfly
House. The presentation will
be followed by a regular busi-
ness meeting, which lasts imtil
arouonr tTos who wish to will
stay for lunch, food from The
Tuscan Grm will be available.
The Navarre Garden Club of-
fers a wide variety of activities
and many'projects in the com-
moum Su inaknay
8004 for more information.


arts and crafts vendors. Anyone
interested should contact the
Chamber at 251-578-1707.

Victory Junction Gang
Camp 4th Annual
Poker Run
This poker run will be Satur-
day, Oct. 10, rain or shine. Reg-
istration starts at 9 a.m. at the

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Two to Eighteen wheel vehicles
are welcome to join the ride. Cost
is $10 per bike, $5 for additional
rider to play. For more informal~
tion call 623-4833 or 572-0567.
Don't miss our "After the
Ride" party at the VEW. Post
4833 in Milton, the same day, Sat
urday, Oct. 10 at 4 p.m. Join the
fun Our Best Hand and Worst
Hand presentations, also the
50/50 drawing. Entertainment
will be provided with great food,
which will include baked beans,
potato salad and sub sandwich-
es free for all who participated.
All others are welcome, but for
a donation. This event is for
helping Victory Junction Gang
Camp.

Revival at Ebenezer AOG
Evangelist David Tolbert will
be the guest speaker for the Re-
, vival at the Ebenezer Assembly
of Gdod, 4200 Ebent Ir Chkurch
Mon ay, ough ayRoadm Oc 5 thr isNdom
Oct. 9. Services begin atdr?

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classes. To register, call the Gal-
lervat981-1100.Classsizeislim-
ited, therefore pre-registration
is necessary. Upon registration,
participants will receive a list of
sup ies nee d for 1 ssa
mission of the Santa Rosa Arts
and Culture Foundation. It is
a uried gallery of local artists.
Gdery hours are 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
rn a slH e
Galle at 981-1100.

MOMOCOMMg at
Welcome Assembly
The liastor and congregation
would like to invite you to their
Homecoming at Welcome As-
sembly of God Church, located
on the corner of Carl Booker and
Welcome Church Road.
Services will begin .at 10 a.m.
with the Hendersons in concert.
Come and hear this talented
group as they Praise the Lord in
song. Dinner will be served after
the service and there will be no
evening service.

City of Milton meetingS
Milton's City Council wiH
meet in Executive Session on
Monday, Oct. 5, at 4 p.m. in the
CounMHtCohasmbe f hyksHaHni-
mittee will meet 'lliesday, Oct. 6,
at 8:30 a.m. in Conference Room
B of City Hall
Milton's Planning Board
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City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.


All meetings are open to the
public. For more information,.
call 983-5411,

Homemaker's Holiday
(fail 601f-Vendors still
needed
Due to a change of date of the
Annual Holiday Craft Fair to Fri-
day aild Saturday, November 13

n o aC h ad
Milton, the deadline for vendor
applications has been extended.
The Craft Fair features crafts
made by local artisans, home-
made soup and sandwiches and
desserts, and lots of door prizes.
There is no admission fee.
Booth space is still available
for rent. To rent a booth or get
additional information, call the
Santa Rosa Extension Service at
850-623-3868.
If you have a question, please
call 'the University of Florida
---- Santa Rosa County Coopera-
tive Extension Service IFAS at*
850-623-3868, between the hours
of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
Hearing impaired individuals
may call Santa Rosa County
Emergency Management Ser-
vice at 983-5373 (TDD).

Seeking vendors for
Sausage Festival
The Evergreen/Conecuh
Chamber of Commerce will have
its Annual Sausage Festival -on
Saturday, Oct. 10 from 9 a.m.-5
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VendorS
The Navarre Garden Club
announces its Santa's Workshop
'af h90w, Atta e placa eNW
varre Conference Center.
There will be a variety o I
artists and craftspeople offer-
ing unique items just m time

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ies for the Thanksgiving t .
Santa will be waiting to hear
children's Christmas requests,
and have his picture taken with
your child.
This is a great opportunity
to offer your craft for sale to the
public. 8-by-5 feet booths are
available (table available for an
additional fee) and there are
also a limited number of out-
side booth spaces (10-by-io feet
available). Spaces are going fast
so get your application by call-
ing Ginger at 396-5494 or Lynn
at 939-5494 or e-mail geisele@
mchsi.com.

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workshop is upcoming
The next workshop offered at
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covering Painting" taught by
local artist Melinda Giron. The
workshop will be an introduction
to the fundamentals of art and
will explore basic techniques
and application of paint.

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NTlitOn Hi h School Gym


Chuck Worden
killton High School's
vero own Chuck Worden
received a Courage &
Citizenship Certficate for
aiding a fellow student.
Beside him in this picture
is Principal Thorpe,
Athletic Director Rutledge
Assistant Principal
Smith, and Assistant
Principal West. Along with
Officer Spirakis.

IMPORTANT PHONE l\lUMBERS

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
Ans. Machine: 983-5658
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Saturday. October 3, 2009


On the 11th of September, 2009 a presentation \\as made to a
great friend of Milton High Football.This \\as a bittersweet
moment for Milton High School as \ve honored the legacy of a
pillar of our community and one of Milton High Schools
supporters. As many in the community are aw are Dan McKenzie
passed away on June 22nd of this year, after a salient fight with
cancer.. On that night, Milton High School and the Milton
Panther Quarterback Club honored Mr. Dan Mckenzie not only
for his support of Milton*High Football but also for his support,
love, and leadership of our community. His Daughters: Janet,
Linda, Lisa, and Dana accepted the award on his behalf.


PINWHEELS FOR PEACE
In today's world peace is a
rare and valuable item. So on
September 2 1. 2009 Ms.
LongnTire's class look part
in an international art and
literacy project. Pinwheels
for Peace was started by Ann
Ayers and Elaine McMillian
in 2005. This nrovensent has
spread all across the world.
Ms. Longnaire's class and
National Art 1-lonor Society
nancle pinw heels to stapport
this project.


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C ongratulat ions to the Girls Gol t
-
Team-to their7tttplace turish at the
F.C.A. Golf Tournament held at
A.C. Read Golf Course.. The
tournament had 12 of the best girl's golf
teams in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa,
and Escambia counties. Although
MHS placed 7th, the girls beat the
county rivals, Pace and Na\arre. MHS
golf team also beat Washington.
Escambia. Pine Forest, and
West Florida Tech. This is an
-
outstanding finish for the earls.
especially since this is the first lear that
M.H.S. has had a team in almost 20 \ears!
Go Panthers!


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tracks like dover where inches matter.
"You know, we missed it just a little bit," said Martin.
"Our car was just not right on and it showed itself quite a
bit on the restarts. It would hang in there really well on the
long run. Bit it wasn't a car that could contend to win.
"So I thought it was a great result for a hard fought race
by my team."
Some are wondering if team orders could be involved or
change the way things are done with Hendrick Motorsports
since Johnson is looking to be the first driver to win four
consecutive titles.
"It's my first time to
be a part of Hendrick
Motorsports," said
Martin. "If you are ask-
ing if we continue to
share, I expect to.
"Yesterday's debrief
\\'as just as open as ally
other race all year. And
we race e ch other hard
on the racetrack, but off
the racetrack, we all
work for the same goal
together."
To Martin, Johnson
could be some kind of
'1- superhero when you
look at what he has
accomplished after
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"That dude is
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.\ou know," said Martin.
"I have had the opportu-
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cessful. He works hard-
er at it than anybody
else. I think, on the cir-
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him this weekend head-
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Mark Martin is oil top of the world when it comes to a
50-year old driving in what many consider a young man
sport.
He is currently leading the Sprint Cup Series points by
just 10 markers ahead of teammate and three-time defend-
ing champion Jimmie Johnson.
But that is where the heat is coming for the Batesville,
Ark., native.
No driver in Chase his-
tory has led after the sec-
ond of 10 chase races and ..
gone on to win the title.
Martin is looking to
buck that trend as he has
bucked just about every ... ,
Other trend or school of - -
thought this season since
taking over the No. 5 Tor
Rick Hendrick.
Johnson dominated at
Dover, but it is hard to
say if Martin has taken
the three-time champi-
ons' best shot.
"It's just two races.
And I think a first and the
secolid is a pretty good
way to come out of the
gate," said Martin. "But .
we've got eight more to -.-
go and all kinds of things
can happen.
"You know. I still say
that there's 12 in it and 12
can win. You know, it
might be a challenge for a .
couple of the teams that
are toward the back right
now. But you just don't
ve any concept I gue wr--

racing is ng ei
Martin feels that he
just missed the setup at
Dover for the AAA 400,
but racing is becoming
.
more competitive on ,


Nat nwide

Oct. 10
' Fontana
Coport
300


Joe Gibbs Racing on
Tuesday announced that
David Gilliland will drive
the No. 02 Farm Bureau
Insurance Toyota in three
Sprint Cup Series races,
starting Oct. 17 in Charlotte,
and continuing with the Nov.
8 race at Texas and the Nov.
22 season finale at
Homestead.
Wally Brown, JGR's
R&D/test team crew chief,
will serve as crew chief for
each of the three races.
Earlier this year, Farm
Bureau Insurance announced
that it. would sponsor six


races in 2009 with Joe Gibbs
Racing. Two of those races
have been run in the No. 11
Toyota, driven by Denny
Hamlin, earher this year at
Darlington and Atlanta.
Farm Bureau also will
appear on the No. 20 Toyota
driven by Joey Logano on
Oct. 25 at Martinsville.
"Thus far, it's been an
exhilarating partnership
between Farm Bureau
Insurance and Joe Gibbs
Racing. We're excited to
welcome David Gilliland to
our Farm Bureau Insurance
family."


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2008 Pole Winner (mph)
Jimmie Johnson 172.007
2008 Rate Winner (mph)
Jimmie Johnson 133.549
Track Gualifying Record
Jason Leffle 176.499 m p.h.
(2001)
Track Race Record .
Mark Martin 137.774 m.p.h.
(2005)


In the most recent issue of
Sporting News magazine,
SN named seven athletes of
the decade -- one in each
sport it covers<'l^he winner in
NASCAR is three-time
defending Cup Series cham-
pion Jimmie Johnson, who
gets the nod over two-time
champion Tony Stewart.
Johnson picked up his
44th Cup Series win Sunday
at Dover, tying him with Bill
Elliott for 14th on the all-


time list. Johnson's 44th win
-- all this decade -- came in.
his 283rd start, giving him a
winning percentage of 15.6,
eighth-best all time and third
best in NASCAR's modern
era (since 1972). It is easily
the best of the decade: Jeff
Gordon and Tony Stewart
are tied for second at 9.4 per-
cent.
Johmon took the honot
with 51 percent of the vote to
Stewards 49 percent.


1.-Ml TiOvl


Kansas City~


After Las Vegas 350
Driver Behind
1. Ron Hornaday Leader
2. Matt Crafton -197
3. Mike Skinner -255
4. Brian Scott, -496
5. Johnny Sauter -563
6. Todd Bodine -565
7. Colin Braun -578
8. Rick Crawford -634
9. Timothy Peters -637
10. David Starr -658


After Kentuckiana Foul.Classic
Driver Behind
1. Justin Lofton Leader
2. Parker Kligerman -25
3. Frank Kimmel -390
4. Joey Coulter -620
5. Craig Goess -890
6. Bryan Silas -905
7. Steve Arpin -945
8. Patrick Sheltra -995
9. Torn Hessert -1080
10. Robb Brent -1135


After Dover 200
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Carl Edwards
3. Brad Keselowski
4. Jason Leffler
5. Steve Wallace
6. Justin Allgaier
7. Jason Keller
8. Mike Bliss
9. Brendan Gaughan
10. Michael McDowell


Behind
Leader
-10
-65
-75
-106
-108
-110
-122
-138
-151


Driver
1. Mark Martin
2. Jimmie Johnson
3. Juan Montoya
4. Kurt Busch
5. Tony Stewart
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Ryan Newman
8. Jeff Gordon
9. Greg Biffle
10. Brian Vickers


Behind
-Leader
-211
-297
-800
-1290
-1309
-1424
-1429
-1486
-1571


John Andretti
Owner
Michael Waltrip
Robby Gordon
Teresa Earnhardt
Detrich Mateschiltz
Kevin Buckler
James Finch


Plate
33
34
35
36
37
38


Martin is in hot seat


Fgy year old driver sees the challenge ahead of him


Oct. 24


'


Oct. 11
Rodlingham
American
200


Oct. 11
Fontana
Pepsi
500


JGR tabs Gilliland to dnive car


Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
.
Pomis: 2091
Points out of 34th: 167
Points ahead of 36th: 124
Driver Points
Michael Waltrip 2349
Robby Gordon 2258
John Andretti 2091
Scott Speed 1967
David Gilliland, 1682.
Brad Keselowski 1497





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your local garden supply store.
October is the month that
most pine trees shed their
needles. Pine needles make
excellent mulch for flower,
vegetable and shrub beds. Pine
needles can be used alone or in
combination with other organic
materials. Pine needles are
attractive, not easily removed
from beds by wind or rain; and
don't "mat down" excessively.
Theresa Friday is the
Residential Horticulture
Extension Agent for Santa
Rosa County. The use offrade
names, if used in this article,
is solely for the purpose of
providing specific information.
It is not a guarantee, warranty,
or endorsement of the product
names) and does not signify
that they are approved to the
exclusion of others.
For more information about
all of the county extension
services and other articles of
interest go to: http://santurosa.
ifas.uff.edu.


By Theresa Frklay
Extension Faculty-Residential
Horticulture UF/IFAS
Santa Rosa County
October marks the start of
Florida's dry season. Autumn
is on its way and cooler, dryer
weather is just around the
corner. Because of the nice
weather, October is one of the
busiest and best times to work in
the garden or landscape.
October is a good time to
prepare beds for the cool season
flowers. As temperatures drop,
plant calendulas, dianthus,
flowering cabbage and kale,
mums, pansies, petunias, Shasta
daisies and snapdragons.
Planting pansies will ensure
a colorful fall garden. However,
avoid planting them while the
weather is warm. Also, be
careful when fertilizing flowering
kale ahd cabbage. Excess
nitrogen can make them more
susceptible to cold damage.
Just about all of the cool


season vegetables can be
successfully started in the
garden during October. Most
grow and produce better when
planted now, rather than planted
in the spring. You can plant
seeds of beets, carrots, kale,
kohlrabi, leek, mustard, parsley,
radish, spinach and turnips.
You can also obtain young ,
plants and establish broccoli,
cabbage, collards, onions and
strawberries.
The recommended planting
time for strawberries might
seem odd to gardeners who are
from other regions. In Florida,
we must use day-neutral or
short-day varieties and plant
them from early October
through the middle of November.
They grow vegetatively during
the winter and produce berries
from early March until early.
Jurie.
Varieties of strawberries
that produce well under our
conditions include Camarosa,
Sweet Charlie, Oso Grande and


Chandler. Set plants twelve
inches apart in prepared beds or
plant thein in planters, barrels
or in "strawberry jars."
Strawberry plants should
be destroyed after harvest
and replaced with new plants
each fall. They are not
grown as perennials here in
Northwest Florida because of
disease issues. Anthracnose
fungus builds up under our
environmental conditions, and
will eventually cause the plant to
decline and fail.
Finally after months of
rapid growth, lawn grasses are
gradually slowing down and
will eventually go dormant with
the shorter days and cooler
temperatures. Allow this natural
process to occur by withholding
high nitrogen fertilizers.
Encouraging growth*this late
in the season will increase the
risk of your grass being killed by
harsh winter temperatures.
Overseeding of the permanent
lawn with annual ryegrass can


be done during late October
and early November. Though
a well kept cool season lawn
can be attractive, it requires a
commitment. Regular mowing,
irrigation and a couple of light,
supplemental applications of
fertilizer will be required during
the winter in order to keep the
lawn looking its best.
Large patch, a fungal disease,
can come and go all winter if
the weather is mild. It is the
disease most common as the
weather cools, especially on St.
Augustine. This fungus generally
is most active in October and
November, especially during
rainy periods. .
Areas of grass affected by
large patch can have a yellowish
or orange cast that then turns
tan or brown. Spread can be
rapid. Fortunately, the grass
often recovers in the spring,
but the disease also can kill the
grass. If you decide to treat,
fungicides labeled to control
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By day (ope
Public Affairs
NAS Whiting Field
Volunteering at schools
is nothing new for military
members at Naval Air Sta-
tion Whiting Field, but af-
ter the Helicopter Taining
Squadron EIGHT-Hobbs
Middle School partnership
lapsed for several years, it
was important to re-invigo-
rate the program. .
With that in mind, Hobbs
Principal Stephen Shell and
members from the aircraft
squadron agreed to a flag-
ship contract focused on
helping the kids. .
I am very excited about
the process we are under-
taking today," Shell said be-
fore signing the agreement.
"We are very connected
to the:military here. It is a
big part of Hobbs Middle
School, and we are excited
a renewal of this partner-
The agreement was
signed by Shell, HT-8 Com-
manding Officer Cmdr.
Michael Fisher and the


squadron's volunteer coor-
dinator, Lt. Stephen Skin-
ner. It delineates the volun-
teer needs of the school and
areas where HT-8 can help
promote school goals.
Planned commitments
include helping withindivid-
ual and classroom tutors,
student mentors, school
beautification proJects, field
trips, student athletic fit-
ness, substance abuse pre-
vention and more,
. The agreement is a one-
year partnership, but with
an' intention for annual re-
newal. The school and the
squadron have actually had
agreements dating back 10
or 15 years, according to
Shell, but after Hurricane
Ivan, other priorities took
precedence and the part-
nership faded.
Fisher is looking forward
to getting back on track.
"Iwantustabeapositive
uence a youdehess id o
attendance. "Thank you for
giving us the opportunity to
reengage in this important
partnership."


Special to the Press Gazette
The Pensacola Junior College
District Board of Trustees took ac-
tion at their September 2009 meet
Ing to confer president emeritus
status on former PJC presidents.
"Our Board of Trustees felt
,that we needed to honor our pre-
vious presidents by bestowing
this honorary title on them," said
Board Chair John O'Connor. "Jt is
a token of our respect for each of
these past leaders and their foot.
print, which helped make this one
of the nation's premier community
colle es "
Some of the presidents will re-
ceive the honor posthumously, not-
ed O'Connor, "But we shall list them


as presidents with emeritus status
in college publications." O'Connor
also said efforts would be made to
notify surviving family members of
the designation.
Emeritus status is an honorary
academic title awarded for distin-
guished service to PJC and the aca-
demic community.
PJC presidents given this sta-
tus by a special Board of Trustees
resolution include Henry L. Ash-
more, 1955-1964; T. Felton Harrison,
1964-1980; Horace E. "Ed" Hartsell,
1980-1998; Charles A. Atwell, 1998-
2002; and G. Thomas Delaino, 2002-
2008.
Former President Delaino was
present at the Board of Trustee
meeting to take part in the official


investiture of current PJC Presi-
dent Ed Meadows. Delaino received
the emeritus status in person,
"I am very honored by this honor-
ary title, and I am especially pleased
that all the former PJC presidents
share it with ine," Delaino told the
Board of Trustees. "This is a great
college in a great community, and I
am pleased to have had the oppor-
tunity to play some small role in its
60-year history."
Meadows said it was an honor
long-overdue. "These are the lead-
ers who built this fine institution,
and to confer on them this title,
which carries great esteem in the
academic community, honors their
service to the college, the commu-
nity and the state."


Special to the Press Gazette
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County Division of Emer-
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70UR OFCIRCTUjE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY
CIRCUIT CIVIL CASE
NO.
57-2009-CA-001123
WACHOVIA BANK, NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION,
Plaintiff*
vs'


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.
2009-1699-CA01-MTG-
C
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA, acting
through the United
States Department of
Agriculture, Rural De-
yelopment, f/k/a Farm-
ers Home Administra-
tion,
Plaintiff.
vs.
GEORGE WILLIAM
CAYLOR, JR., heir and
lineal descendent of
CLAUDINE CAYLOR,
Deceased; ROGER
DALE CAYLOR, heir
and lineal descendent
of CLAUDINE CAYLOR.
Deceased; KEITH ED-
WARD CAYLOR, heir
and lineal descendant
of CLAUDINE CAYLOR,
Deceased; JOHN
CAYLOR, heir and lin-
eal descendant of
CLAUDINE CAYLOR,
Decrease d; VILETA
CAYLOR MARTIN, heir
and lineal descendant
of CLAUDINE CAYLOR,
Deceased; TRACEY
LYNN CHAMBERS,
f/k/a TRACEY LYNN
CAYLOR, f/k/a TRACEY
LYNN CAYLOR
CAPLEY, heir and lineal
descendant of CLAU-
DINE CAYLOR, De-
ceased; MEGAN C.
CAYLOR, a minor, heir
and lineal descendant-
of CLAUDINE CAYLOR,
Deceased; FELICIA
LYNN CAPLI'Y, a/k/a
FELECIA LYNN
CAPLEY heir and lineal
descendant of CLAU-
DINE CAYLOR, De-
ceased; Any and all un-
knon e eirsasds
enors, creditors, trus-
tees, or other claimants
claiming by through,
under or a ainst the
Estate of LAUDINE
CAYLOR, Deceased;
HA R sCeAP
WELLS FARGO FINAN-
CIAL SYSTEM FLOR-
IDA, INC.; and SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION


OOSU WFFOLFOR AANTA
TO: Any and all un-
known heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees,

hnj ,ci h rclai
C U INtEe O
Deceased '
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortga e re
ardin the foI owing
roupnety F riSanta Rosa

d th Sf thof 'Lote 6
of Lot 7, Block 2, Arca-


4187SR
STATEMENT OF
OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT.
AND CIRCULATION
Publication:
Santa Rosa's Press Ga-
zette
6629 Elva St-
Milton, FL 32570
Publication Number:
604-360 .
Filing Date:
October 3, 2009
Issue Frequency
Weekly (Wednesday &
Saturday MorninG(
Published Annually:
104
Annual Subscription
Price:
$39.00 In County
$62.00 Out of County -
Contact Person:
Melissa Haire
(850) 747-5050
Complete Mailing Ad-
dress of Known Office
of Publication and Gen-
eral Business Office of
Publisher:
6629 Elva St.
Milton, FL 32570
Publisher:
Jim Fletcher
6629 Elva St-
Milton, FL 32570
EdRor:
Bill Gamblin
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Milton, FL 32570
Managing Editor:
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pa er, Inc.
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Known Bondholders,
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esof or B hd
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Pald Subscriptions
Stated on PS Form
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rm 35 477
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and Carriers, Street
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division of a portion of
Lot 4 of Section 7,
Township 1 North,
Range 28 West, Santa
Rosa County, Florida,
as per plat filed and re-
corded in Plat Book
"B", page 31, of the
Public Records of said
County.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
FREDERICK J. MUR-
PHY, JR., Esquire, At-
torney for Plaintiff, Bos-
well & Dunlap LLR 245
South Central Avenue,
Post Office Drawer 30,
Bartow, FL 33831,
within thirty (30) days
after the first publica-
tion of* this Notice of
Action, and file the
original with the Clerk
of this Court either be-
fore service on
Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter;
Otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or Pe-
tition.
DATED on this 6 day of
November, 2009.
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, PERSONS
WITH DISABILITIES
NEEDING A SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT
THE OFFICE. OF THE
COURT ADMINISTRA
TOR, TELEPHONE
1 8 0 0 5 1 4 0 3 0 1 ,
WITHIN TWO (2)
WORKING DAYS OF
YOUR RECElPT OF
THIS NOTICE. IF
HEARING IMPAIRED,
DD) 1-800-955-8771,
R VOICE (V)
1-800-955-8770 VIA
FLORIDA RELAY
SERVICE.
DATED on 23, 2009.
MARY M. JOHNSON
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
Frederick J. Murphy,
Jr., Esquire
Boswell & Dunlap LLP
Post Office Drawer 30
Bartow, FL 33831
A8 rn 3 fo1rlP71aintiff


319 FEET TO BLACK
DAVID S. CHASTEN; WATER BAY THENCE
SHARRON G. NORTHERLY WITH
CHASTEN; and ALL SAID BAY TO POINT-
UNKNOWN PARTIES OF BEGINNING.
CLAIMING INTERESTS
BY, THROUGH, UN- TOGETHER WITH all
DER OR AGAINST A the improvements' now
NAMED DEFENDANT or hereafter erected on
HOVTNHGSORC MIOG the property, and all
basements, rights, ap-
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, .purtenances, rents,
TITLE OR INTEREST IN royalties, mineral, oil
REIN DESPCRR PEEDRW and gas rights and
profits, water nghts and
stock and all fixtures
Defendants. now or hereafter at-
tached to the property.
NOTICE OF ACTION
Said complaint has
TO. been filed against you
and you are required to
SHARRON G. serve a copy of your
CHASTEEN written defenses, if any,
10519 VIGNON COURT to it on Gerald D. Da-
WELLINGTON, FL vis, Plaintiffs attorney,
3 m whose address is
(last known residence) Trenam, Kemker,
Scharf, Barkin, Frye,
SHARRON G' O'Neill & Mullis, RA.,
CH STEEN Post Office Box 3542;
Via Royale, Apt. St. Petersburg, Florida
2705 33731, within thirty (30)
Jupiter, FL33458 days after the first pub-
(possible address) location, and file the
original with this Court
YOU ARE NOTIFIED either before service on
that a complaint was Plaintiffs attorney or
filed by WACHOVIA immediately thereafter;
BON TINOANTIONAL AS- bthee redaa nuk wi
close a first institutional for the relief demanded
mortgage on the fol- in the complaint or peti
lowing property in tion.
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COMMENCING AT
THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE
EAST HALF (E%) OF
THE NORTHEAST
QUARTER (NE%) OF
SECTION 35, TOWN-
SHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 28 WEST,
THENCE SOUTH
1892.7 FEET, THENCE
EAST 675 FEET,
THENCE SOUTH 21"
EAST 8 FEET,
THENCE SOUTH 65"
35' EAST 310 FEET TO
BLACK WATER BAY
TO POINT OF BEGIN-
NING, THENCE
NORTH 65' 35' WEST
310 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 2* 35' EAST
112.23 FEET, THENCE
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October 3, 2009
Karen E. Hanes
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September 25, 2009
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NOT CE OF PUBLIC

Fort Storage located at
4114 Avalon Blvd. Mil-
ton, FL 32583 hereby
gives notice of a public
sale to the highest bid
der for cash only oo
ate) Oct 9, 2009 at
anp% in i OcOordanAcM
with the Florida Self
Storage Facility Act
Statutes (section
83.801-83-809). Seller
ed th er hfroto
salepeat a y bt e. Id
to saTsfy a Ina dlord

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the f.ollowing tenants.
Unit # Tenant Name
Contents

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Auto Repair Equipment
222 Lisa Barnette TV
w/DVD, Miss Bags,
Plastic Totes, Chair,
Toy Chest, Plastic Stor-
age Totes
247 Andrea Gomez Mi-
atSawWRoterS
ing, bicycle, Tote
Boxes, Tarps
707 Melissa R Ander-
son Lamps, Microwave,
Dresser, Washer/Dryer
Boxes & Bags, Fan, TV,
Card Table, Toys Vac-
uum, Card Table, Ra-
dio, Wafflelorn
938 Susle P Lawson
Stackable Maytag
asher/drder, TV, STa-
e Be room t'
Boxes, Bench'
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WITNESS my hand and ALAN J. MORELAND; of the Lis Pendens, WELLS FARGO BANK, OF SAID COUNTY:
the seal of this Court STEPHANIE D. must file a clalm oh NA D/B/A AMERICAS THENCE GO SOUTH
on this 22 day of Sep- MORELAND; MORT- same with the Clerk of SERVICING COM- 00 DEGREES 00 MIN-
tember, 2009 GAGE ELECTRONIC Court within 60 days af- PANY, UTES 00 SECONDS
REGISTRATION SYS- ter the foreclosure sale. PLAINTIFF, WEST ALONG THE
MARY M. JOHNSON TEMS, INC., AS NOMI- VS. WESTERLY RIGHT OF
As Clerk of the Circuit NEE FOR COUNTRY- WITNESS my hand and WAY LINE OF
Court WIDE HOME ,LOANS, official seal of said SEAN KELLEY REID, CHUCKWAGON LANE
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL INC., and any unknown Court this 23 day of ET AL., (50' .R/W WIDTH) A
By: Angela Dunn heirs, devisees, grant- September, 2009. DEFENDANT(S). DISTANCE OF 80.00
As Deputy Clerk ees, creditors, and. FEET) THENCE GO
other unknown persons If you are a person vyith NOTICE OF ACTION NORTH 90 DEGREES
100309 or unknown spouses a disability who needs CONSTRUCTIVE 00. MINUTES 00 SEC-
101009 claiming by, through accommodation in or- SEBylgg ONDS WEST A DIS-
10L123Z and under any of the der to participate in this TANCE OF 195.00
above-named Defend- proceeding, you are TO: SEAN KELLEY FEET TO THE WEST
ants, entitled, at no cost to REID LINE OF THE AFORE-
Defendants. you, for the provision of whose residence is un- SAID LOT 5; THENCE
Legal 10/1238 the certain assistance. known if he/she/they GO NORTH 00 DE-
AIVIENDED NOTICE Please contact Court be living; and if GREES 00 MINUTES
REQUEST FOR PRO- OF FQREQLQSI,1RE Administration at 6865 he/she/they be dead, 00 SECONDS EAST
gALE Caroline Street, Milton, the unknown defend- ALONG THE AFORE-
LANDFILL GAS RE- Florida 32570, Tele- ants who may be SAID WEST LINE OF
410TICE is hereby phone (850) 623-3639 spouses, heirs, devi- LOT 5 A DISTANCE
given that the under- within 2 working days sees, grantees, assign- OF 80.00 FEET TO
Notice is hereby given signed Clerk of the Cir-, of your receipt of this ees, lienors, creditors, THE NORTHWEST
that the Santa Rosa cuit Court of Santa document. If you are trustees, and all parties CORNER OF THE
County Board of Rosa County, Florida, hearing or voice im- claiming an interest by, AFORESAID LOT 5;
County Commissioners will on the 12 day of paired, call through, s under or THENCE GO SOUTH
is calling for and re- November, 2009, at 1-800-955-8771. against the Defendants, 90 DEGREES 00 MIN-
questing proposals for 11:00 o'clock A.M. at who are not known to UTES 00 SECONDS
the recovery of meth- offer for sale and sell at MARY M. JOHNSON be dead or alive, abd EAST THE ALONG
ane gas at the Central public outcry to the CLERK OF THE CIR- all parties having or THE NORTH LINE OF
Landfill located at 6337 highest and best bid- CUIT COURT claiming to have any THE AFORESAID LOT
Da Lisa Road, Milton' der for cash, the CIRCUIT COURT SEAL right, title or interest in 5 A DISTANCE OF
Florida. following-described By: Brandy Norris the property described 195.00 FEET TO THE
property situate in Deputy Clerk in the mortgage being POINT OF BEGINN-
All proposals must be Santa Rosa County, foreclosed herein. ING. THE ABOVE DE-
in writing and delivered Florida: ATTORNEY FOR SCRIBED PARCEL OF
by hand, mail, or Fed PLAINTIFF YOU ARE HEREBY NO- LAND IS SITUATED IN
EX to the Santa Rosa Lot 32, Block A, HID- Frank Albert Reder TIFIED that an action to SECTION 15, TOWN-
County Procurement DEN ESTATES, a BUTLER & HOSCH, foreclose a mortgage SHIP 2 NORTH,
Department, 6495 Car- planned unit develop- RA. on the following prop- RANGE 28 WEST AND
oline Street, Suite G, ment being a portion 3185 Conway Road erty: CONTAINS 0.358 AC-
Milton, Florida 32570' of Section 12, Town- Suite E RES.
and must be received ship 2, south Range Orlando, FL 32812 LOT 3, BLOCK A, IN-
by 10:00 a.m., Novem- 27, West Santa Rosa (407) 381-5200 DIAN HILLS, AC- has been filed against
ber 3, 2009. Provide County, according to CORDING TO THE you and you are re-
one original and 11 the lat thereof, as re- 100309 PLAT THEREOF, AS quired to serve a copy
copies of the proposal. cor ed in Plat Book G 101009 RECORDED IN PLAT of your written de-
Only proposals re- at Page 38, of the 1911242 BOOK E, PAGE 80, IN- fences, if any, td it on
ceived by the afore^ Pubile Records of CLUSIVE, OF THE DAVID J. STERN, ESQ.
stated time and' date Santa Rosa County, PUBLIC RECORDS Plaintiffs attorney,
will be considered. All Florida. Legal 10/1243 OF SANTA ROSA whose address is 900
proposals shall be COUNTY FLORIDA. South Pine Island
sealed and clearly la- pursuant to the inal IN TilE CIRCUIT #400, Plantation, FL
beled, "RFP- Landfill Judgment entered in a COURT OF THE 1ST has been filed against 33324-3920, (no later
Gas Recovery case pending in said JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN you and you are re- than 30 days from the
Court, the style of AND FOR SANTA quired to serve a co y date of the first publica-
Specifications and RFP which is indicated ROSA COUNTY, of your written e- tion of this notice of ac-
documents may be se- above. FLORIDA fenses, if any, to it on tion) and file the origi-
cured from the Santa CIVIL DIVISION DAVID J. STERN, ESQ. nal with the clerk of this
Rosa County Procure- Any person or entity CASE NO.: 08-00393 Plaintiffs attorney, court either before
ment Department at the claiming an. interest in whose address is 900 service on Plaintiffs at-
address drovhded the surplus, if any, re- SUNTRUST BANK, South Pine Island Road tourney or immediately
above. ep one suiting from the foreclo- Plaintiff, #400, Plantation, FL thereafter; otherwise a
(850) 983-1870. sure sale, other than vs. 33324-3920 (no later default will be entered
the, property owner as than 30 days from the against you for the re-
Questions concerning of the date of the Lis ROGER S. GOLDEN date of the first publica- lief demanded in the
this request should be Pendens, must file a A/K/A ROGER SEAN tion of this notice of ac- complaint or petition
directed to either Mr. claim on sanie with the GOLDEN; UNKNOWN tion) and file the origi- filed herein.
Floyd Rentz or Mr. Clerk of Court within 60 SPOUSE OF ROGER nal with the clerk of this
Jerrel Anderson at days after the foreclo- S. GOLDEN A/K/A court either before.WITNESS my hand and
(850) 981-7135. sure sale. ROGER SEAN service on Plaintiffs at- the seal of this.Court at
GOLDEN; JOHN DOE: tourney or ,immediately SANTA ROSA County,
A pre-bid conference WITNESS my hand and JANE DOE AS UN- thereafter; otherwise a Florida, this 23 day of
will be held on October official seal of said KNOWN TENANT(S) IN default will be entered September, 2009
27, 2009, at 9:30 a.m Court this 22 day of POSSESSION OF THE against you for the re-
local time, at the Santa September, 2009. SUBJECT PROPERTY, lief demanded in the CLERK OF THE CIR-
Rosa County Procure- Defendants. com laint or petition CUIT COURT
ment Department lo- if you are a person with filed erein. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
cated 6495 Caroline a disability who needs RE-NOTICE OF FORE- BY: An ela Dunn
Street, Milton, Florlda accommodation in or- CLOSURE SALE WITNESS my hand and DEP CLERK
32570. All interested der to participate in this the seal of this Court at
parties are invited to at- proceeding, you are NOTICE IS HEREBY SANTA ROSA County, LAW OFFICES OF DA-
telid. entitled, at no cost to GIVEN pursuant to an Florida, this 23 day of VID J. STERN
you, for the provision of Order Resetting Fore- September, 2009, ATTORNEY FOR
The Santa Rosa County the certain assistance. closure Sale Date PLAINTIFF
Board of Count Com- Please contact Court dated the 23 day of MARY M. JOHNSON 900 SOUTH PINE IS-
missioners shal deter- Administration at 6865 September, 2009, and CLERK OF THE CIR- LAND ROAD SUITE
mine the proposal that Caroline Street, Milton, entered in Case No. CUIT COURT 400
Is in the best interest of Florida 32570, Tele- 08-00393, of the Circuit CIRCUIT COURT SEAL PLANTATION, FL
Santa Rosa County phone (850). 623-3639 Court of the 1ST Judi- BY: An ela Dunn 33324-3920
That determination within 2 working days cial Circuit in and for DEP CLERK 08-14242(FNM)(FM)
shall be based on fac- of your receipt of this Santa Rosa County, IN ACCORDANCE
tors including but not document. If you are Florida, wherein LAW OFFICES OF DA- WITH THE AMERi-
limited to: the pro-:hearing or voice im- SUNTRUST BANK is VID J. STERN CANS WITH DISABILI-
posed use of leased paired, call the Plaintiff and ATTORNEY FOR TIES ACT, persons with
premises,, the pro- 1-800-955-8771. ROGER S. GOLDEN PLAINTIFF disabilities needing, a
posed lease payment A/K/A ROGER SEAN 900 SOUTH PINE IS- special accommoda-
to Santa Rosa ounty' MARYM.JOHNSON GOLDEN;UNKNOWN LAND ROAD SUITE tion should contact
and the proposed term CLERK OF THE CIR- SPOUSE OF ROGER 400 COURT ADMINISTRA-
of lease. CUIT COURT S. GOLDEN A/K/A PLANTATION, FL TION, at the SANTA
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ROGER SEAN 33324-3920 ROSA County Court-
The Board of County By: Brandy Norris GOLDEN; JOHN DOE; 09-36108 (ASCF)(FNM) house at ,
Commissioners re Deputy Clerk JANE DOE AS UN- IN ACCORDANCE 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
serves the right to ac KNOWN TENANT(S) IN WITH THE AMERI- or 1-800-955-8770, via
cept or reject any and ATTORNEY FOR POSSESSION OF THE CANS WITH DISABILI- Florida Relay Service.
all proposals in whole PLAINTIFF: SUBJECT PROPERTY TIES ACT, persons with
or in part, and to waive Frank Albert Reder are defendants. I will disabilities needing a 100309
all.informalities BUTLER & HOSCH, sell to the highest and special accommoda- 101009
C RA. best bidder for cash at tion should contact 191124@
Santa Rosa ounty 3185 S. Conway Road the NORTH FRONT COURT ADMINISTRA-
does not discriminate Suite E STEPS OF COURT- TION, at the SANTA
on thh basis of race, Orlando, FL 32812 HOUSE at the Santa ROSA County Court-
color, national origin' (407) 381-5200 Rosa County Court- house at 850-983-1987, Legal 10/1246
sex, religion, age, or house in, Milton, Flor- 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
handicapped status in 100309 ida, at 11:00 a.m. on or 1-800-955-8770, via IN THE CIRCUIT
employment or provi- 101009 the 12 day of Novem- Florida Relay Service. COURT OF THE JUDI-
slon o service. 19/1241 ber, 2009, the following GNADL FCORRCUISANTN
described property as 100309
By order of the Board set forth in said Final 101009 ROSA COUNTY'
sCountySComamisoos Legal10/1242 Judgnienttowit: 1011244 TEONRE AL JURISDIC-
County, Florida. SEE EXHIBIT "N. TION DIVISION
100309 (1) ICNOURTHEN AN CF3 Lot 3, SUMMER Legal 10/1245 7ASOE08-CA-001491NO:
ygggag SANTA ROSA PLACE, a planned IN THE CIRCUIT
COUNTY, FLORIDA unit development of a COURT OF THE 1ST GMAQ MORTGAGE,
CASE NO: 07-1352-CA resubdivision of Lots JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN LLC F.
Legal 10/1240 COUNTRYWIDE HOME 39 and 40, Navorre AND FOR SANTA LAINTIF
Beach Subdivision, ROSA COUNTY, -
Notice Qf Sale LOANS, INC' First Addition, Com- FLORIDA
n}ercial Section 1, as GENERAL, JURISDIC- SUSAN R. ABLETT;
To be sold for the lien Plaintiff, recorded in Plat Book TION DIVISION UNKNOWN SPOUSE
owed for charges of vs. B, Pages 90, 91 and CASE NO: OF SUSAN R. ABLETT
towing and storage. JAMES SILER JR 92, of the Public Rec- 57-2009-CA-000015 UFNKN3WANNY APNDT
The Vehicle will be sold RAQUEL SILER' ords of EscambIa CLAIMING BY,
to the highest bidder to CREETWOOD VR.' County, Florida, ac- CITIMORTGAGE, INC. THROUGH UNDER
satisfy the Lien on the LAGE HOMEOWNERS cording to the plat AS SUCCESSOR BY AND AGAINST THE
vehicle. The sale will be ASSOCIATION, INC thereof as recorded in MERGER TO ABN HEREIN NAMED INDI
held at C&D Recovery Plat Book F, at Page AMRO MORTGAGE "
6509 E. Oakland Dr. and any unknown 9, of the Public Rec- GROUR INC. VIDUAL DEFEND-
Milton in Santa Rosa heirs, devisees, grant- ords of Santa Rosa PLAINTIFF, O NWHO ARE NOT
or in the State Of hr u'reditorspers d County, Florida. VS. \ ALIVEO W EDH D
or unknown spouses ANY PERSON CLAIM- DAVID W. ELLIOTT SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
The Following Vehicle claiming by, through ING AN INTEREST IN A/K/A DAVE W. ELLI- TIES MAY CLAIM AN
is being held for the and under any of the THE SURPLUS FROM OTT, ET AL INTEREST AS
above claimed lies above-named Defend- THE SALE, IF ANY, DEFENDA (S). SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
ants, OTHER THAN THE VISEES, GRANTEES
1999 Pontiac 2Dr PROPERTY OWNER NOTICE OF ACTION OR OTHER CLAIM-
Vin# 1G2NE12TXX Defendants. AS OF THE DATE OF CONSTRUCTIVE ANTS; COUNTRYWIDE
M753093 AIVIENDED NOTICE THE LIS PENDENS gggyjgg BONUKNTRY BE 13 NK/KA
The Registered and/or O FOREGIQSt,1RE MUTSHTNFl6LOE DAAYS AFM TO; DAVID W. ELLl- NAANE ODHONE DE N
legal owners are: TER THE SALE. OTT A/K/A DAVE W. KNOWN TENANTS IN
NOTICE is hereby ELLIOTT AND PATRI- POSSESSION.
Owner: Kathryn Grace given that the under if you are a person with CIA A. ELLIOTT DEFENDANT(S)
& Jannice Kathryn d Clerk of the Gir- a Disabilities who need whose residence is un-
Schrieder slugne Court of Santa any accommodation in known if he/she/they RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
Rosa county, Florida, order to participate in be living; and if CLOSURE SALE
Amount of towing is will on the 12 day of this proceeding you are he/shelthey be dead,
65$ 0.0L0en f ra N10: crlock20 teodth p visi ts too tahnes unk wnm fenb GOEINCE u ua EREBY
Charges of $750.00 as 6865 Caroline Street certain assistant please spouses, heirs, devi- Order Gpanting the Mo
of October 3, 2009 plus Santa Rosa County contact Susan Land at sees, grantees, assign- tion to Reset Forecio"
$30.00 per day plus Courthouse in Milton, 6865 Caroline Street ees, lienors, creditors' sure Sale dated Se
sales tax. Florida offer for sale Milton, FL 32570, trustees, and all parties timber 23, 2009 eP
and sell at public out 850-983-1012 within 2 claiming an interest by' tered in Civil Case No
The said sale will be working days of this re- through under or. *
held on October 16,. b sttob de)11ghest asnd ceipt of.this document. against the Defendants, 7-2008-CA-001491 of
2009 at 8:00 AM. the following-desc behy if you are hearing or who are not known to JudiCiT irC dinof d
If the owniar cares to re- ituate Voice impaired call be dead or alive, and
cover said vehicle they PSropertyRo s C in 1-800-955-8771. all parties having or for SANTA. ROSA
may bring the amount Florit sa ounty' claiming to have any C nll Tq hl r
of the charges in cash Dated this 23 day of right, title or interest in and best bidder for
only before the date of Lot 1 Block A September, 2009. the property described cash at North Frint
sale to C&D Recovery CREETWOOD VIL' in the mortgage being St s of the SANTA
and the vehicle will be LAGE bel rt MARY M. JOHNSON foreclosed herein. ep
surrendered to them' of Sectionns 181 & ilo4n Clerk Of The Circuit ROSA tyCaC
This sale is in accord- Township 2 So8th, Court YOU ARE HEREBY NO- Street, Milton Florida
ance with Fl. Statute Range 26 West, Santa CIRCUIT COURT SEAL TIFIED that an action to at 11 a.m. on the 12
713.78 Rosa County, FlorIda, By: Brandy Norris foreclose a mortgage da of November, 2009
according to the plat Deputy Clerk on the following prop- the following described
100309 (1) recorded in Plat Book erty: pr rt as set forth in

th0e aP P e r BEGIN AT THE sa dpem utmtma% Final
aid Counife. 1011293 NORTH EAST COR. 9 -
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5, LOT 5, BLOCK B, THE
Legal 10/1241 pursuant to the Final BLOCK H, ROUND-UP VINEYARD, A SUBDI-
IN THE CIRCUIT Judgment entered in a Legal 10/1244 VALLEY SUBDIVI- VISION OF A POR-
COURT IN AND FOR case pending in said IN THE CIRCUIT SIFONAAPSOURBTVNSI TION OF SECTION 24,
TNATY, FLORIDRAOSA CT thse ydlicateod ODU TALO T,1 TION2 15, NTOO SHIP 2 SOWUETSHT,
CASE NO: 08-1894-CA above. AND FOR SANTA RANGE 28 WEST, SANTAFLROORSDA"OUt
COUNTRYWIDE HOME Any person or entity RLOOSRADA COUNTY, SANTA ROSA CORDING TO PLAT
LOANS SERVICING, tc ur la interest GENERAL JURISDIC- ASOUNR BORF RIDN RECOORDGEDA PPA E
Plaintiff, salting. om the forecio- CAOSNEDIVISION NO: PA TE B6000KOFB THAE 48 & 2) OF THE
pg sure sale, other than 57-2009-CA-000945 PUBLIC RECORDS PU LIC RECORDS
the property owner as OF SAID COUNTRY.


the following vehicle s) CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.:
will be sold at pub ic CASE NO. 08 1879 CA 57-2008-CA-001723
auction for monies DIVISION: A
owed on vehicle repairs HSBC BANK USA, NA-
and for storage costs TONAL ASSOCIA- COUNTRY Y WIDE
pursuant to Florida TION, AS INDENTURE HOME LOANS SERV-
Statutes, Section TRUSTEE OF THE ICING,
713.585. The lienor's FIELDSTONE MORT- L.P,
name, address and tel- GAGE INVESTMENT Plaintiff,
phone number and TRUST, SERIES .vs.
auction location are: 2006-3,
STARR'S AUTO RE- Plaintiff, LEE HALL, et al,
PAIR INC 8183 NA-
VARRE PKWY vs. Defendantss.
NAVARRE, FL
3 2 5 6 6 6 9 4 1 ROCKY CASEY A/K/A NOTICE OF RE-
850-939-3107, 8183 ROCKY L. CASEY; THE SCHEDULED FQRE-
Nav41re Parkway, UNKNOWN SPOUSE CLOSURE SALE
Navatre, FL 32566- OF ROCKY CASEY
Please note, parties A/K/A ROCKY L. CA- NOTICE IS HEREBY
claiming interest have a SEY; JAMIE D. CASEY; GIVEN pursuant to an.
right to a hearing prior IF LIVING, INCLUDING Order Rescheduling
to the .date of sale with ANY UNKNOWN Foreclosure Sale dated
the Clerk of the Court SPOUSE OF SAID DE- September 24, 2009
as reflected in the no- FENDANT(S), IF RE- and entered in Case
tice. The owner has the MARRIED, AND IF DE- NO.57-2008-CA-001
right to recover posses- CEASED, THE RE- 723 of the Circuit Court
sion of thq vehicle with- SPECTIVE UNKNOWN of the FIRST Judicial
out judicial proceed- HEIRS, DEVISEES, Circuit in and for
ings as pursuant to GRANTEES, ASSIGN- SANTA ROSA County,
Florida Statute Section EES, CREDITORS, Florida wherein COUN-
559.917. Any proceeds LIENORS, AND TRUS- TRYWIDE HOME
recovered from the sale TEES, AND ALL LOANS SERVICING,
of the vehicle over the OTHER PERSONS L.R is the Plaintiff and
amount of the lien will CLAlWilNG BY, LEE HALL; THE UN-
be deposited with the THROUGH, UNDER KNOWN SPOUSE OF
Clerk of the Court for OR AGAINST THE LEE HALL N/K/A DIANE
disposition upon court NAMED DEFEND- HALL; MORTGAGE
Order. ANT(S); UNKNOWN ELECTRONIC REGIS-
TENANT #1; UN- TRATION SYSTEMS,
1FAFP42X71F107543 KNOWN TENANT #2; INCORPORATED, AS
2001 FORD NOMINEE FOR COUN-
Defendant(s) TRYWIDE FINANCIAL
100309 (1) CORPORATION N;
1911298 NOTICE OF SALE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA; TENANT #1
Le al 10/1250 Notice is hereby given N/K/A KEVIN SMITH:
9 that, pursuant to a Final TENANT #2 N/K/A
IN THE CIRCUIT. Summary Judgment of LYDIA SMITH; TENANT
COURT IN AND FOR Foreclosure entered in #3 N/K/A WILLIAM
SANTA ROSA the above-styled MERGER; TENANT #4
COUNTY, FLORIDA cause, in the Circuit N/K/A CHRIS DAVIS;
PROBATE DIVISION Court of Santa Rosa are the Defendants, I
CASE NO.: 57 2009 County, Florida, I will will sell to the highest
CP sell the property situate and best bidder for
DIV2S]70N: "B'. in Santa Rosa County, cash at STEPS OF THE
Florida, described as: SANTA ROSA COUNTY
IN RE: THE ESTATE COURTHOUSE at
OF THE NORTH 77.50 11:00AM, on the 19 day
FEET OF THE SOUTH of November, 2009, the
MARY LOUISE PHil- 80.00 FEET OF LOT following described
FREELS 13, ACCORDING TO prciperty as set forth in
LIPS AN UNRECORDED said Final Judgment:
(Deceased) SUBDIVISION PLAT
NOTICE TO CREDI- BY J.W. COOK, THE WEST 108.00
TORS DATED 07/12/67, FOR FEET OF LOT '1,
JAMES WARD, AND BLOCK 32 OF SEC-
4 BEING MORE PAR- OND ADDITION TO
The administratioMARoy TICULARLY DE- NAVARRE, ACCORD-
tL Ulntate oPHILLIPS SCRIBED AS FOL- ING TO THE PLAT
LOWS: THEREOF AS RE-
FREELS, deceased' COMMENCE at the CORDED IN PLAT
whosM date of deai Southeast corner of BOOK C,- PAGE 31,
NTmb ay 30572 op the Southwest 1/4 of OF THE PUBLIC REC-
er is the Northeast 1/4 of ORDS OF SANTA
217 is nding iS the Section 10, Township ROSA COUNTY,
Circus urt o anta 1 North, Range 29 FLORIDA BEING
Rosa County, Florida' West, Santa Rosa MORE PARTICJJ-
Probate Division, the County, Florida; LARLY DESCRIBED
address of which s' thence run South 89 AS FOLLOWS: BEGIN
5 Caroo}i 3 degrees 59 minutes AT THE NORTHWEST
on' 03 seconds West CORNER OF SAID
The nametsh and a along the South IIne BLOCK 32; THENCE
dresses of e person of said Northeast 1/4, PROCEED NORTH 90
representative and the a distance of 253.32 DEGREES 00 MIN-
p e r s ive's n a feet to an intersection UTES 00 SECONDS
representat attor- with the Southerly EAST ALONG THE
ney are set forth below. -projection of the West NORTH LINE OF SAID
th e- right of way of Dog- BLOCK 32 FOR A DIS-
All creditors of ed wood Drive (66 foot TANCE OF 108.00;
cement and other per- wide right of way) and THENCE DEPARTING
sons having claims or said South line; SAID NORTH LINE
demands against thence run North 00 PROCEED SOUTH 00
decedent's estate on degrees 27 minutes DEGREES 00 MIN-
whom a copy of this 20 seconds West UTES 00 SECONDS
notice has tbheen s rved along, said West right EAST FOR A DIS-
must eir c ims of way, a distance of TANCE OF 100.00 TO
with this court WITHIN 258.63 feet to the A POINT ON THE
THE LATER OF E Southeast corner. of SOUTH LU(E OF SAID
MAOTNET FAR7TERPUTBHLE said Lot 13; thence LOT 1; THENCE PRO-
continue North 00 de- CEED SOUTH 90 DE-
C NRO3FO TDHAYSS NAO_ grees 27 minutes 20 GREES 00 MINUTES
TER THE TIME OF seconds West along 00 SECONDS WEST
said West right of ALONG THE SOUTH
R HCIE OFOTACECOOq way, a distance of LINE OF SAID LOT 1
2.50 feet to the POINT FOR A DISTANCE OF
THEM. OF BEGINNING; 108.00 FEET TO THE
thence continue along WEST LINE OF SAID
All other creditorotho said right of way BLOCK 32; THENCE
the decedhent an er North 00 degrees 27 DEPARTING SAID
persons a ng calmss.minutes 20 seconds SOUTH LINE PRO-
%ced tasn estat st West, a distance of CEED NORTH 00 DE-
77.50 feet; thence de- GREES 00 MINUTES
file their claims with this part said right of way 00 SECONDS EAST
court WITH R THE and run South 89 de- FOR A DISTANCE OF
MONTHOS AFT ST grees 44 minutes 06 100.00 FEET TO THE
DATE F THE FIR seconds West, a dis- POINT OF BEGINN-
PUBLICATION OF tance of 187.11 feet to ING.
THIS NOTICE. AS the West line of said
I EDMSWILIN BE FOR- Lot 13; thence run A/K/A $127 & 8129 SI-
South 00 degrees 27 ERRA STREET, NA-
EVER BARRED. NOT- minutes 20 seconds VARRE, FL 32566
TWMTESTAN G SH oqdissaidmWe Any person claiming
FORTH ABOVE, ANY 77.50 feet; thence run an interest in the sur-
REMO7EO nuht 0 snd44 plus hm Fthe saleth
TER THE DECEDENT'S East, a distance of property owner as of
DATE OF DEATH IS 187.11 feet to the the date of the Lis
BARRED' POINT OF. BEGINN- Pendens must file a
The date of first ubli- ING. claim within sixty (60)
.P A/K/A days after the sale.
cation of this notice is
October 8, 2009. 4825 Mayo Cir WITNESS MY HAND
MIIton, FL 32571 and the seal of. this
Personal Representa- Court on September
%1tephanie Marschall at public sale, to the 28, 2009.
STEPHANI 1- highest and best bid-
MARSCHALL der, for cash, Front Mary M. Johnson
455 Woodside Avenue steps of the Santa Clerk of the Circuit
Hinsdale, Illinoi 60521 Rosa County Court- Court
s, house, Milton, Florida CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
at 11:00 o'clock, A.M,
Restectfu submitted' on 29 October 2009. By: Brandy Norris
/ V vidG. WWHh E, ES- nreperson laiminr mi Deputy Clerk
QUIRE from the sale, if any, 100309
Attorney for personal other than the property 101009
Representative owner as of the date of 10/1252
Florida Bar No.. the lis endens, must
656992 file ac aim within 60
204 Church Street East days after the sale. Legal 10.1254
Post Office Box 887
lacola, Florida Witness, my hand and IN THE CIRCUIT
(850) 469-0551 naldof th c t CUODU ALOCIRTC IT,1
100309 2009. AND FOR SANTA
101009 ROSA COUNTY,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT FLORIDA
COURT CIVIL DIVISION
Legal 10/1251 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL CASE NO.: 08-01458
By J. Watkins
Notice Under Ficti- Deputy Clerk COUNTRYWIDE HOME
tlu t Namoe aSw cPI Law Offices of Daniel N INC.,
865.09. Florida Stat- C. Consume ra vs.
4 9204 Kln alm Drive a
Tampa, F 33619-1328 JAMES J DAVIDSON:
NOTICE IS HEREBY Phone: 813-915-8660 MORTGAGE
GIVEN that the under. Attorneys for Plaintiff ELECTRONIC REGIS-
d, dest t TRACTION SYSTEMS
signe in busi s on r in accordance with INCORPORATED, AS A
t eFfictitious name of the Americans with NOMINEE FOR COUN-
Joe's Mowin Service Disabilities Act of TRYWIDE HOME
located at 5679 Beale 1990, persons need- LOANS, INC.; ANGELA
Ford Rd, in the County Ing a special accom- DAVIDSON A/K/A AN-
of Santa Rosa, in the modation to particl- GELA C. DAVIDSON;
City of Pace, Florida ate in this proceed- JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
32571 intends to regis- should contact the AS UNKNOWN TEN-
ter the said name with A Coordinator no ANT(S) IN POSSES-
the Division of Co ora- later than seven (7) SION OF THE SUB-
tions of the Floridrap De. days prior to the pro- JECT PROPERTY,
artment of State, Tal, ceedings. If hearing Defendants.
ahassee, Florida. Impaired, please call
(800) 955-8771 (TDD) RE-NOTICE OF FORE-
Dated at Milton, Flor- or (800) 955-8770 CLOSURE SALE
abthis2 9day of Sep- ecy ery Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Joseph Patterson 100309 Order setting Fore-
101009 closure Sale Date


100309 (1) 4 10/.1252 dated the 24 day of
Setpete b%, 200809, and
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IN THE CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT cial Circuit In and for
COURT OF THE COURT OF THE Santa Rosa County,
CUR TOFUDTIHCEALSTCATRE CURSTT JNUDACNAL FCORR Cl N RYWIDEwHOrME
OF FLORIDA, IN AND SANTA ROSA a CJA ESthe
FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA DAVIDSON; MORT-
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION


Any person claiming an
M_1sts
from the sale, if any.
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the its pendens, must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Dated this 23 day of
September, 2009.
MARY M. JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By:.Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
.
IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE AMERI-
CANS WITH DISABILl-
TiES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a
special accommoda-
tion should contact
COURT ADMINISTRA-
TION, at the SANTA
ROSA County Court-
house at ,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
100309
101009
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT .OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION *
CASE NO.:
57-2009-CA-001426
BAC HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP FKA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING LR
Plaintiff.
vs'
GERALDINA SOFIA
CINTRON A/K/A
GERALDINA S.
CITRON, et al'
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
GERALDINA SOFIA
CITRON A/K/A GER-
ALDINA S. CITRON
Last Known Address:
5539 Squndside Drive,
#8, Gulf Breeze, FL
32563
Also attempted At: 298
Arapahoe Avenue, Apt.
1, Boulder. CO 80302
and 1742 S Grove St.,
Apt. A 303, Ypsilanti, MI
48198 6659
Other Address: P.O.
Box 2464, Ft. Collins,
CO 80521
Current Residence Un-
known
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF GERALDINA SO-
FIA CINTRON A/K/A
GERALDINA S.
CITRON
Last Known Address:
5539 Soundside Drive,
#8, Gulf Breeze, FL
32563
Also Attempted At: 298
Arapahoe Avenue, Apt.
1, Boulder, CO 80302
and 1742 S Grove St.,
Alit. A 303, Ypsilanti, MI
481986659
Other Address: PO.
Box 2464, Ft. Collins'
CO 80521
Current Residence Un-
known
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
That an action for Fore-
closure of Mortgage on
the following described
property:
CONDOMINIUM UNIT
NO. 8, SOUNDWIND
CONDOMINIUM, A
CONDOMINIUM, AC-
CORDING TO THE
DECLARATION OF
CONDOMINIUM UM
THEREOF, RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
GORD BOOOFK7H6E
PUBLIC RECORDS
OOU NTAFLORODSAA
TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTER-
EST IN THE COMMON
ELEMENTS APPUR-
TENANT THERETO,
AS SET FORTH JN
THE DECLARATION
OF CONDOMINIUM.
Has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses; If any, to it, on
Marshall C. Watson,
RA., Attorney for Plain-
tiff, wh6se address .is
OROEET, NSUITE 4170H
FT. LAUDERDALE FL
33309 on or before No
member 6, 2009, a date
which is within thirty
(30) days after the first
publication of thit No-
tice in the (THE PRESS
GAZETTE IN MILTON)
tahned Clertkheofor inaC 4
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
. If you are a person with
a Disabillties who need
any Accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding you are
entit ed at no cost to
you to the provisions of
certain assistant please
contact Susan Land at
6865 Caroline Street
Milton,, FL 325,70'
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.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
this 22 day of Septem-
ber, 2009.


Ma M. Johnson
As lerk of the Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By; Brandy Norris
As Deputy Clerk
100309


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Saturday, October 3, 2009


FIRST ADDITION TO
BAY RIDGE PARK, A
PORTION OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
THE OF THE NORTH-
WEST 1/4 SECTION
29 TOWNSHIP 2
SBUTH, RANGE 28
WEST, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK B, PAGE 128,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
If you are a person with
a Disabilities who need
any accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding you are
entitled at no cost to
you to the provisions of
t ta tLap Mae
6865 Caroline Street
Milton, FL 32570,
850-983-1012 within 2
inog d sdo t ser%
If you are hearing or
Voice impaired call
1-800-955-8771.
Dated this 28 day of
September, 2009.
MARY M. JOI-INSON
Clerk Of The Circuit

IRCUWT COURT SEAL
Deputy Clerk ,
100309
101009
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IN THE CIRCUIT


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RN ANTA ROSA
CAVSLEDIVISION NO.
2009-CA-000757
BAC HOME LOAN
SERUV RN DLER HFO


DivisIon 32501 the decedent and other CLAIMING BY, SANTA ROSA County, County courthouse in cas, as Trustee and
50) 438-1000 persons having claims THROUGH, UNDER Florida, described as: accordance with sec- Custodian for
IN RE: Estate of 50) 438-1022 Fax or demands against OR AGAINST THE tion 45.031, Florida Soundview Home Loan
HENRY THOMAS MAN- attorney for Personal decadent's estate must NAMED DEFEND- A PORTION OF LOT Statutes. Trust 2006-EQ1, Plain-
NING, Representative file their claims with this ANT(S); UNKNOWN 22, BLOCK 50, SEC- tiff and William Stacy
Deceased court WITHIN 3 TENANT #1; UN- OND ADDITION TO Any person claiming an Hart a/k/a Wilham S.
/s/ Phillip Clark MONTHS AFTER THE- KNOWN TENANT #2; NAVARRE AS RE- Interest in the surplus Hart and Melanie Hart,
NOTICE TO CREDI- Phillip Clark DATE OF THE FIRST Defendant(s) CORDED IN PLAT from the sale, if any, Husband and Wife are
IQgg PUBLICATION OF BOOK C, PAGE 31 OF other than the property defendantss, I will sell
100309 THIS NOTICE. NQTICE OF SALE THE PUBLIC REC- owner as of the date of to the highest and best
The administration of 101009 ORDS OF SANTA, the lis pendens must bidder for cash, AT
the estate of Henry 19112@ ALL CLAIMS NOT Notice is hereby given ROSA COUNTY, file a claim within 60 THE NORTH FRONT
Thomas Manning, de- FILED WITHIN THE thqt, pursuant to a Final FLORIDA. MORE days after the sale. DOOR OF THE SANTA
ceased, File Number Is TIME PERIODS SET Summary Judgment of PARTICULARLY DE ROSA COUNTY
pending in the Circult Legal 10/1259 FORTH IN SECTION Foreclo.sure entered in SCRIBED AS FOL- Dated: September 16, COURTHOUSE LO-
Court for Santa Rosa 733.702 OF THE FLOR- the above-styled LOWS: 2009 CATED AT 6865 CARO-
Count ,ivis lotide OURTH AN CFUO ALL BOEMTFEORCEO uusrte ofinSA eA CRT BEGIN AT A PERMA- MARY JOHNSON ONNE SFTLROERA M
dress of whidh is SANTA ROSA BARRED. County, Florida, I will NENT REFERENCE As Clerk of Court 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL
County Courthouse, COUNTY, FLORIDA sell the property situate MONUMENT AT THE CIRCUIT COURT SEAL STANDARD TIME, Oc-
6865 Caroline Street, PROBATE DIVISION NOTWITHSTANDING in SANTA ROSA SOUTHEAST COR- By: Brandy Norris tober.20, 2009, the fol-
Milton, FL 32570. The File No. THE TIME PERIODS County, Florida, de- NER OF LOT 22, Deputy Clerk ]owing described, prop-
names and addresses 57-2009-CP-264 ,SET FORTH ABOVE, ascribed as: BLOCK 50, SECOND erty as set forth in said
of the personal repre- Division ANY : CLAIM FILED ADDITION TO NA- 092609 Final Judgment, to-wit:
tentative and the per- TWO (2) YEARS OR THE NORTH 77.50 VARRE AS RE- 100309
sonal representative's IN RE: ESTATE OF MORE AFTER THE FEET QF THE SOUTH CORDED IN PLAT 9/1.198 LOT 13, BLOCK H, BIS-
attorney are set forth PEGGYE REESE DECEDENT'S DATE OF 80.00 FEET OF LOT BOOK C, PAGE 31 OF CAYNE POINTE, AC-
below. GALLAGHER DEATH IS BARRED. 13, ACCORDING TO THE PUBLIC REC- CORDING TO THE
All creditors of the de- AKL/ALAGHP GGYE R. The date of first publi- SNBDIV N ENCORPD ORDS OF COSUA Legal 9/1200 TMHAEPREOFOR AS TET
cement and other per- Deceased cation of this notice, is BY J.W. COOK, ,FLORIDA; THENCE CORDED IN PLAT
sons having clairils or October 3, 2009. DATED 07/12/67, POR GO SOUTH 90 D)"- IN THE CIRCUIT BOOK E, PAGE 99,
demands against NOTICE TO CREDI- JAMES WARD, AND GREES 00 MINUTES COURT OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
decedent's estate, In- yggg Attorney for Personal BEING MORE PAR- 00 SECONDS WEST FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SANTA ROSA
clouding unmatured, Representative TICULARLY DE- ALONG THE NORTH- CUIT OF THE STATE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
contingent or unliqui- The administration of /s/ Karl A. Sandell SCRIBED AS FOL- ERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF FLORIDA, IN AND
dated claims, on whom the estate of Peg Karl A. Sandell, Esquire LOWS: LINE OF MENORCA FOR SANTA ROSA ANY PERSON CLAIM-
aec pd of s tieiis eeG ag Ila Trt598 Bar No. COMMENCE AT THE SRTEAENTCE60'OFR/W5j COULNTYCASECIRCNUOT INHGE ASNURNTERE OM
claims with this court deceased, whose date Carver, Darden, SOUTHEAST COR- FEET; THENCE DE- 57-2009-CA-000221, THE SALE, IF ANY,
WITHIN THE LATER of death was January Koretzky, Tessier, Finn, NER OF THE SOUTH- PARTING THE DJylgiggA OTHER "i'HAN THE
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER 29, 2009, is pending in Blossman & Areaux WEST 1/4 OF THE NORTHERLY RIGHT- Judge R. Swanson PROPERTY OWNER
TCHEE ODFATE OO EROp tShaentaCiCc nt C'oFI rid C W. Roman Street, NEOCRTTI7NA 1T4 WONE AY LMNNOROA WACHOVIA BANK, NA- HEOFL SHEPDEANTDE OS
THIS NOTICE ON Probate Di/sion, the Suite A SHIP 1 NORTH, STREET GO NORTH TONAL ASSOCIA- MUST FILE A CLAIM
THEM. address of which is Pensacola, FL 32502 RANGE 29 WEST, 00 DEGREES 00 MIN- TION, WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
Santa Rosa County Telephone: (850) SANTA ROSA UTES 00 SECONDS Plaintiff, TER THE SALE.
All other creditors of Courthouse, 6495 Car. 266-2300 COUNTY, FLORIDA; EAST, A DISTANCE v.
the decedent and other oline Street, Milton, Fax: (850) 266-2301 THENCE RUN SOUTH OF 200.00 FEET; DATED at MILTON,
persons having claims Florida 32570 The Attorney for Personal 89 DEGREES 59 MIN- THENCE GO NORTH ANTHONY DERCK Florida, this 15 day of
or demands against names and addresses Representative UTES 03 SECONDS 90 DEGREES 00 MIN- a/k/a ANTHONY D. September, 2009.
decedent's ue a ur nt ivPerasnodn hile Personal Representa- WOEUSTTH LA NOGF STAHD AES 0A0 DIESCTONDE DERCdKa t MARY M. JOHNSON

netbngMtmsor m tiq@ 0 eyRepresenta sjeMichael Gary Hardie N RANEASOF 1 ,3.3A ENCT.0GOO SOEE NOTICE OF FORE- O TR OO THE CIR-
their claims with this below. Michael Gary Hardie FEET TO AN INTER- 00 DEGREES 00 MIN- CLOSURE SALE Santa Rosa County,
court WITHIN 3 SECTION WITH THE UTES 00 .SECONDS Florida
MONTH AFTER THE All creditors of the de. 100309 SOUTHERLY PRO- WEST, A DISTANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
DATE OF THE FIRST cedent and other per. 101009 JECTION OF THE OF 200.00 FEET TO GIVEN pursuant to a By: J. Watkins
PUBLICATION OF sons having claims or 1.01.1200 WEST RIGHT OF WAY THE POINT OF BE- Summary Final Judg- Deputy Clerk
THIS NOTICE. demands against OF DOGWOOD DRIVE GINNING. ment of Foreciosure
ALL CILAIMS NOT SO d edent'scoesta n Legal9/1148 IGHTFOOFOWAY) ND a/k/a 8142 MENORCA Oed Sedpte t ed1 RNEY FOR
FILED WITHIN THE notice is required to be IN THE CIRCUIT SAID SOUTH LINE; STREET NAVARRE, FL Case No. 57-2009-CA- SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,


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ABOVE, ANY CLAIM DATE OF SERVICE OF NER OF SAID LOT 13; Street, Milton, Florida, HOUSE, 6865 CARO- 100309 .
FILED TWO (2) YEARS A COPY OF THIS NO- IN1HEINTERESTOF, THENCE CONTINUE at 11:00 o'clock a.m., LINE STREET MIL- 9/.12Q1
OR MORE AFTER THE TICE ON THEM. NORTH 00 DEGREES on November 3, 2009. TON FL 32570 at
DEdTED NBAS OF AII other creditors of dBC. 041 1999936 07NDMSNUWTEtSST2ALTN Any person claiming an T @m.ber 2h0099 Legal 9/1202
The date of first publi- phesdecedheantinandc her D.C. 11/02/1997 AAq WE STRA CHET OF e nsta furplnus fp gas sdte OURTHOF TH 1U8
cation of this Notice is or demands against MINOR CHILD 2.50 FEET TO THE other than the property said summary Final JUDICIAL CIF]CUIT, IN
October 3, 2009 decedent's estate must POINT OF BEGINN- owner as of the date of Judgment: AND FOR SANTA
Attorney for Personal their cl ms th thiS therAngela Cook, NGbETHAE NEG CSO lisclp dewtshinmu6 Lot 6, Block H of RLOOSRADA COUNTY,
Representative: MONTHS AFTER THE and RIGHT OF WAY days after the sale. QUAYSIDE VILLAGE CIVIL DIVISION
4 S.bCUeMMStNeT D EICOAFlOTNHE FIROT Nathan Barnes, Father NORM U SD2EOGRSEEES Dated at Milton, Flor- tPoHAhSEPillt t o i CASE NO.: 08-01517
Pensacola FL 32802 THIS NOTICE. YOU ARE HEREBY ONDS WEST, A DIS- ida, this 16 day of Sep- recorded in Plat Book COUNTRYWIDE HOME
)d432-5850 NOTIFIED that a Peti- TANCE OF 77.50 member, 2009. 9, Pages 18 and 19, of LOANS, INO.,
a Bar No. 17112 AILLLED CW T N NOE n un e)rd oatnh e R SAIHDENCGEHT DO MARY M. JOHNSON tShaen Pub sRe usn Plaintiff,
Daniel K. Manning TIME PERIODS SET above styled Court for WAY AND RUN Clerk of the Circuit Florida. JANICE A. MILLER;
Personal Representa- FORTH IN SECTION the termination of pa- SOUTH 89 DEGREES Court MARK A. MILLER
tive 733.702 OF THE FLOR- rental rights of L.B., a 44 MINUTES 06 SEC- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL TOGETHER WITH all JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
4220 Sally Street IDA PROBATE CODE male chlid, born in ONDS WEST, A DIS- By: Brandy Norris the improvements AS. UNKNOWN TEN-
Pace, FL 32571 WILL BE FOREVER TVavis County, Texas, TANCE OF 187.11 Deputy Clerk now or hereafter ANT (S) IN POSSES-


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Legal 10/1258 YO F( ) AR da o AE ST LNOEPGAO A R RMMT D AORNTRC t r s R NOUTRCESAOLFE FORE-
IN THE CIRCUIT MORE AFTER THE sylvana, by the De- TANCE OF 77.50 FEEDING, YOU ARE and all fixtures now or NOTICE IS HEREBY
COURT IN AND FOR DECEDENT'S DATE OF apartment of Children FEET; THENCE RUN ENTITLED, AT NO hereafter attached to GIVEN pursuant tolah
SANTA ROSA DEATH IS BARRED- and Family Services, NORTH 89 DEGREES COST TO YOU, TO the property. Order Resetting Fore-
COUNTY, FLORIDA for subsequent adop- "NDMSN ESS 06 S A OVISIONSSOSF **ANY PERSON closure Sale Date
PROBATE DIVISION The date of first publi- tion, and you are TANCE OF 187.11 TANCE. PLEASE CON- CLAIMING AN INTER- dated the 14 day of
Case No.: cation of this notice is hereby commanded FEET TO THE POINT TACT, SUSAN LAND, EST IN THE SURPLUS September, 2009,.and
57-2009-CP-267 October 3, 2009. to be and appear be- OF BEGINNING AT 6865 CAROLINE FROM THE SALE, IF entered in Case No.
DivisIon fore the Honorable STREET, MILTON, ANY, OTHER THAN 08-01517, of the Circuit
Attorney for. Personal Marci L. Goodman, THE PROPERTY Court of the 1ST Judi-
IN RE: ESTATE OF Representative: Judge of the Circuit A/K/A ORDA 32570WI H5I1 OWNER AS OF THE cial Circuit in and for
/s/ Thurston A. Shell Court in and for Santy 825 MAYO CIR TWO WORKING DATE OF THE LIS Santa Rosa County,
NINA LEONA CLARK THURSTON A. SHELL Rosa County, Florida, 4MILTON, FL 32571 DAYS ) YOUR RE- PENDENS MUST FILE Florida, wherein
Deceased. Florida Bar No.073159 at the Santa Rosa CElPT OF THIS DOCU- A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY COUNTRYWIDE HOME
SHELL, FLEMING, DA- County Courthouse LOANS, INC. is the
NOTICE TO CREDI- VIS & MENGE on the 8th day of Oc' at public sale, at Front MENT, IF YOUVOA b6A0 DAYS AFTER THE laintiff and JANICE A.
yggg Sevllie Tower, Ninth tober, 2009, at 9:00 steps of the Santa HEARING OR MILLER; MARK A.
Floor a.m. You must either Rosa County Court- IMPAIRED, CALL IVilLLER; JOHN DOE;
The administration of 226 Palafox Place appear on the date ht OMAi n I'lori 1-800-955-8771. WITNESSomythhandC d JANE DOE AS UN-
the estate of Nina (32502) and at the time speci- f Octobe 2009. 092609 on September 17 KNOWN TENANT bS)
Leona Clark, whose Post Office Box 1831 fled or send a written day a r, 100309 2009 IN POSSESSION F
date of death was Sep- Pensacola; florida response to the Court MARY M. JOHNSON 911128 THE SUBJECT PROP-
tember 2, 2008; is 32591-1831 prior to that time. Clerk f the Circuit In accordance with the ERTY are defendants. 1
pending in the Circuit Phone 850-434-2411 o Americans with Disabil- will sell to the highest
Court or Santa Rosa Fax 850-435-1074 YOUR FAILURE TO CoRuCUIT COURT SEAL Legal 9/1199 ities Act, persons with and best bidder for
County, Florida Pro- APPEAR OR RE- : J. Watk disabilities needing a cash at the NORTH
bate Division; File Personal Representa- SPOND SHALL BE By Cleins IN THE CIRCUIT s ecial accommoda- FRONT STEPS OF
N u m b e r tive: TREATED AS A' CON- eputy COURT IN AND FOR tipn to anticipate in COURTHOUSE at the
57-2009-CP-267; the /s/ William F. Gallagher SENT TO TERMINA- I da ith SANTA ROSA this proceeding should Santa Rosa County
address of which is WILLIAM < F. TION OF PARENTAL tn acAor ence w th COUNTY, FLORIDA contact the individual Courthouse in Milton,
Santa Rosa Couilty GALLAGHER RIGHTS AND YOU Dieabill aAct wiof Case No.: 2008 CA or agency sending this Florida, at 11:0Q a.m.
Courthouse, Post Of- 301 Avenida Fourteen SHALL PERMA- d- 1773 . notice no later than on the 20 day of Octo-
fice Box 472, Milton, Pensacola beach, FL NENTLY LOSE ALL 1990, pers s nee seven (7) day rior to ber, 2009, the following
Florida 32572. The 32591 LEGAL RIGHTS AS A Eda e to accrto BRANCH BANKING the proceeding. pf hear- described property as
names and addresses PARENT TO THE ate In this rpceed- AND TRUST COM- ing impaired, (TDD) set forth in said Final
nt vepeastolnal epre- HEI.DPET AMND FON nSAshCuld a ttact the @aN askiNg orCaro- VoTO-955-8771, 1. Judgment, to wit:
sonal representative's 10/.1252 TERMINATION OF I h tion 1-800-955-8770, via LOT 8, BLOCK 2,
attorney are set forth PARENTAL RIGHTS. dater tr tsetvhen Plaintiff, Florida Relay Service. PARKER'S LANDING,
below Legal 10/1260 ays p ep v. ACCORDING TO THE
WITNESS my hand as ceedings. If hearing MARY M. JOHNSON MAP OR PLAT
All other creditors of IN THE CIRCUIT the Clerk of said impair 9pl se call R & M INVESTMENTS, Clerk of the Circuit and THEREOF AS RE-
the decedent and other COURT FOR SANTA Court and the Seal (800)( 955F877 LLC, a Florida IImited County Court CQRDED IN PLAT
persons, who have ROSA COUNTY, thereof, this 2 day of olce800)via Florida liability company; CIRCUIT COURT SEAL BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 66,
claims or demands FLORIDA PROBATE September, 2009. ela Service THE SEASONS AT By: J. Watkins PUBLIC RECORDS
against decedent's es- DIVISION HARVEST VILLAGE Deputy Clerk OF SANTA ROSA
tate, including unma- FIle No.: CLERK OF COURT 092609 OWNERS ASSOCIA- COUNTY, FLORIDA.
turned, contingent or un- 57-2009-CP-270 SANTA ROSA 100309 TION, INC., a Florida 092609
liquidated claims, and Division: COUNTY, FLORIDA nonprofit corporation; 100309 ANY PERSON CLAIM-
who have been served CIRCUIT COURT M and UNKNOWN PAR- gyggg ING AN INTEREST IN
a'copy of this notice, INRE:ESTATEOF SEAL TIES IN POSSES- THE SURPLUS FROM
must file their claims By: NIckI Norton SION THE SALE, IF ANY,
with this court WITHIN ELROY PAUL HARDIE Deputy Clerk Legal 9/1198 Defendants. Legal 9/1201 OTHER THAN THE
'THE LATER OF THREE A/K/A ROY HARDIER PROPERTY OWNER
(3) MONTHS AFTER A/K/A E.R HARDIE 091209 IN THE CIRCUIT NOTICE OF JUDICIAL IN THE CIRCUIT AS OF THE DATE OF
THE DATE OF THE Deceased. 091909 COURT OF THE SALE PURSUANT TO COURT OF THE let THE LIS PENDENS
FIRST PUBLICATION 092609 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SECTION 45,031 (11. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MUST FILE A CLAIM
OF THIS NOTICE OR NOTICE TO CREDI- 100309 CUIT IN AND FOR FLORIDA STATUTES OF FLORIDA, IN AND WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
THIRTY (30) DAYS AF- Iggg 9.11.198 SANTA ROSA FOR SANTA ROSA TER THE SALE.
TER THE DATE OF COUNY, FLORIDA TO WHOM IT MAY COUNTY
SERVICE OF A COPY The administration of I..egal 9/1197 CASE NO. 57-2009: CONCERN: Case #. 2008-CA- if you are a person vilth
OF THIS NOTICE,0N the Elr Paul Hardie, CA-000158 000649n aDisabilitieswhoneed
THEM. a/k/a R Hardie, a/k/a IN THE CIRCUIT Notice is hereby given Divisio #: C . any accommodation in
E. R Ha dle, deceased, COURT OF THE WELLS FARGO BANK' that pursuant to the order to participate in
All other creditors of whose date of -death FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- N.A. Summary Final Judg- UNC- this proceeding you are
the decedent and other was August 25,.2009, is CUIT OF THE STATE ment of Foreclosure D ch Bank Trust entitled at no cost to
persons who have pending In the Circult OF FLORIDA, IN AND Plaintiff, and Sale entered on euts e you to the provisions of
claims or demands Court or Santa Rosa FOR SANTA ROSA the 16th day of Sep- Company Americas, as .certain assistant please
against the decedent's Count Florida, Pro- COUNTY v timber, 2009, in Case Trustee and Custodian contact Susan Land at
estate, including unma- bate ivislon, the ad- CIVIL DIVISION Number 2008 CA 1773 for Soundview Home 6865 Caroline Street
tured, contingent or un- dress of which is Santa 'CASE NO. 08 1879 CA MARCETTA R- of the Circuit Court of Loan Trust 2006-EQ1 Milton, FL 32570,
liquidated claims, must Rosa County Clerk of CHANCEY; CHAD K. the First Judicial Circuit 850-983-1012 within 2
file their claims with this Court, Probate Division, HSBC BANK USA, NA- CHANCEY; and all un- for Santa Rosa County, Plaintiff, working days of this re-
court WITHIN THREE P.O. Box 472, Milton, TIONAL ASSOCIA- known parties claiming Florida in which ceipt of this document.
(3) MONTHS AFTER Florida 32572. The TION, AS INDENTURE by, through, under or Branch Banking and -vs.- if you are hearing or
THE DATE OF THE names and addresses TRUSTEE OF THE against the herein Trust Company is Voice impaired call
FIRST PUBLICATION of the Personal Re re. FIELDSTONE MORT- named Defendants, Plaintiff, and R&M In- William Stacy ft 1-800-955-8771.
OF THIS-NOTICE. tentative and the er. GAGE INVESTMENT who are not known to vestments, LLC and alk/a William rt
sonal Representative's TRUST, SERIES be dead or alive, The Seasons at Harvest and Melanie ALL CLAIMS .NOT attorney are set forth 2006-3, whether said unknown Village Owners Associ- band and Wf Mlodd September,2009.
FILED WILL BE FOR- below. Plaintiff, parties claim as heirs, ation, Inc. are Defend- land Funding ;
EVER BARRED, vs. devisees, grantees, as- ants, 1, Mary Johnson, Walton Beach Medeical MARY M. JOHNSON
All creditors of the de- signees, lienors, credi- as Clerk of Court, will Center, Inc-t Clerk Of The Circuit
NOTWITHSTANDING cedent and other per- ROCKY CASEY A/K/A tors, trustees, spouses, sell at public sale the Court
THE TIME PERIODS sons having claims or ROCKY L. CASEY; THE or other claimants; following described Defendant(s). CIRCUIT COUNT SEAL
SET FORTH ABOVE, demands against UNKNOWN SPOUSE TENANT #1 and/or real property: By: J. Watkins
ANY CLAIM FILED decedent's estate on OF ROCKY CASEY TENANT #2, the par- AMENDED NOTICE Deputy Clerk


TWO (2) YEARS OR whom a copy of this A/K/A ROCKY L. CA- ties
intended to ac- Lot 34, THE SEASONS,
MORE AFTER THE notice is required to be SEY; JAMIE D. CASEY; count for the person or a Planned Unit Devel- EBY 092609
DECEDENT'S DATE OF served must file their IF LIVING, INCLUDING persons in possession opment according to NOTICE *IS HER 100309
DEATH IS BARRED. claims with this court ANY UNKNOWN tby Plat thereof as re- GIVEN pursuant- to an gggggg
WITHIN THE LATER SPOUSE OF SAID'DE- Defendants. corded in Plat Book E, Order rescheduling
THE DATE OF FIRST OF 3 MONTHS AFTER FENITANT(S), IF RE- Page 72, of the Public foreclosure, sale dated Legal 9/1203
PUBLICATION OF THE TIME OF. THE MARRIED, AND IF DE- NOTICE OF SALE Records of Santa Rosa September 1 2009
THIS NOTICE IS Octo- FIRST PUBLICATION CEASED, THE RE- County, Florida entered in Ci ase IN THE CIRCUIT
ber 3, 2009. OF THIS NOTICE OR SPECTIVE UNKNOWN Notice is hereby given No. 2008-CA-000649 of COURT OF THE 1ST
30 DAYS AFTER THE HEIRS, DEVISEES, that, pursuant to the Fi- The sale will be held on the Circuit Court of the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
/s/ Samuel W. Bearman DATE OF SERVICE OF GRANTEES, ASSIGN- nal Judgment of Fore- the 20 day of October 1st Judicial Circuit in AND FOR SANTA
SAMUEL W BEARMAN A COPY OF THIS NO. EES, CREDITORS, closure dated Septern 2009, at 11:00 a.m' and for SantaFM pdsaa ROSA COUNTY,
Florida Bar No. 216127 TICE ON THEM. LIENORS, AND TRUS- ber 16, 2009, ,in this (central) to the highest County, FLORIDA
820 N. 12th Avenue TEES, AND ALL cause I will sell the and best bidder for wherein Deutsche Bank Case No.: 09-417
Pensacola, Florida All other creditors of OTHER PERSONS property situated in cash at the Santa Rosa Trust Company Ameri- Division: E


GAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS INCORPO-
RATED, AS A NOMI-
NEE FOR COUNTRY-
WIDE HOME LOANS,
INC.; ANGELA DAVID-
SON A/K/A ANGELA C.
DAVIDSON; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANT
S) IN POSSESSION
F THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are defend-
ants. I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
OR rF sNhT at t
OF COURTHOUSE at
the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse in Milton,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 29 day of Octo-
ber, 2009, the following
described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:

BET ATTACHED EX-
Exhibit "A"
File Number:
06-0087WH/JW2
Parcel 58
Commence at the
northwest corner of
Section 13, Township
2 North, Range 30
nty, Santa FloRiolsa
thence South. 01 de-
grees 52' 54" West
along the west IIne of
said Section 13 for a
distance of 4956.85
feet; thence North 77
degrees 40'48" East
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tance of 1167.85 feet;
thence North 58 de-
grees 49'11" East for a
distance of 586.16;
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2 North, Range \ 29 SANDRA L. STACEY;
West, Santa Rosa IF LIVING, INCLUDING
County, Florida. Con- ANY UNKNOWN
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more or less. FENDANT(S), IF RE-


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TER HAINOW ERSN SCARNEDD GRNS
AS OF THE DATE OF TEES AND ALL
THE LIS PENDENS OTHER PERSONS
MUST FILE A CLAIM CLAIMING BY,
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- THROUGH, UNDER
TER THE SALE* OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFEND-
If you are a person with ANT{S); UNKNOWN
a Disabilities wifo need TENANT ,#1; UN-
any accommodation in KNOWN TENANT #2;
order to participate in
this proceeding you are Defendant(s) .
entit ed at no cost to
you to the provisions of NOTICE OF SALE
certain assistant please
contact Susan Land at Notice is hereby given
6865 Caroline Street that, pursuant to a Final
Milton, FL 32570, Summary Judgment of
850-983-1012 within 2 Foreclosurd entered in
working days of this r the above-styled
ceipt of this document. cause, in the Circuit
If you are hearing or Court of SANTA IROSA
VoIce impaired call .County, Florida, I will
1-800-955-8771- sell the property situate
Dated this 28 day of in SANTA ROSA
September, 2009- County, Florida, de-
scribed as:
MARY M. JOHNSON .
Clerk Of The Circuit LOT 28, BLOCK H,
Court EAST BAY HEIGHTS,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL A SUBDIVISION OF A
By: J. Watkins PORTION OF SEC-
Deputy Clerk TIONS 19 AND 20,
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
100309 RANGE 27 WEST,
NUTNATY, FLORRODA
ACCORDING TO A
PLAT THEREOF RE-
Legal 10/1255 CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK B AT PAGE 149
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE PUBLIC REC-
COURT OF THE 1ST ORDS OF SAID
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN, COUNTY,
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, A/K/A
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION 1974 PENTAGON ST
CASE NO.: 08-01169 GULF BREEZE, FL
32563
BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A., at public sale, at Front
Plaintiff, steps of the Santa
Rosa County Court-
vs. house, Milton, Florida
at 11:00 AM, on the 29
AVIYA FLt)R; ROY day of October, 2009.
GARVA; JOHN DOE;
JANE DOE AS UN- MARY M. JOHNSON
KNOWN TENANT(S) IN Clerk of the Circuit
POSSESSION OF THE Court
SUBJECTPROPERTY, CIRCUITCOURTSEAL
Defendants. By J. Watkins .
Deputy Clerk
RE-NQTICE OF FORE-
CLQSURE SALE ,Lay Offices of Daniel
C. Consuegra
NOTICE IS HEREBY 9204 King Palm Drive
GIVEN pursuant to an Tampa, Florida
Order Resetting Fore- 33619 3128
closure Sale Dated
dated the 23 day of in accordance with
September, 2009, and the American with
entered in Case No. Disabilities Act of
08-01169, of the Circuit 1990, persons need-
Court of the 1ST Judi- ing a special accom-
cial Circuit in and for moderation .to partick
Santa Rosa County, pate in this proceed-
Florida, wherein BANK In should contact the
OF AMERICA, N.A. is AA Coordinator no
the Plaintiff and AVIYA later than seven (7)
FLUR; ROY GAVRA; days prior to the pro-
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE ceedings. If hearing
AS UNKNOWN TEN-, impaired, please call
ANT (Sd IN POSSES- (800) 955-9771 (TDD)
SION F THE SUB- or (800) 955-8770
JECT PROPERTY are (voice), via Florida
defendants. I will sell to Relay Service.
the highest and best
bidder for cash at the 100309
NORTH FRONT STEPS 101009
OF COURTHOUSE at 10/jggg
the Santa Rosa County
Courthouse in, Milton, Legal 10/1257
Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 29 day of Octo- IN THE CIRCUIT
ber, 2009, the following COURT IN AND FOR
described property as SANTA ROSA
set forth in said Final COUNTY, FLORIDA
Judgment, to wit: PROBATE DIVISION
Case No.
LOT 4, BLOCK A* 57-2009-CP-265 '


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GIVEN pursuant to an 33618, within thirty (30) days after the sale. CATEHOLDERS
Order Reschedullng days after the first pub- CWALT, INC. ALTER-
Foreclosure Sale dated location of this notice MARY M. JOHNSON NATIVE LOAN TRUST
September 15, 2009 and file the original with As Clerk of the Court 2005 65CB MORT-
and entered In Case the.clerk of this Court CIRCUITCOURTSEAL GAGE
NO. 57-2008-CA-0017 either before service on By: J. Watkins PASS-THROUGH CER-
59 of the Circuit Court Plaintiffs attorney or As Deputy Clerk TIFICATES, SERIES
of the FIRST Judicial immediately there after; 2005-65CB
Circuit in and for otherwise a default will Datpd this 17 day of Plaintiff,
SANTA ROSA County, be entered against you September, 2009. vs.
Florida wherein CHASE for the relief demanded
HOME FINANCE LLC, in the Complaint. IMPORTANT KELLY RENEE MOODY
is the Plaintiff and BEN- A/K/A KELLY RENEE
JAMIN L. BROOKS; WITNESS rny hand and. In accordance with the MOODY CARNES
NATASHA L BROOKS seal of this Court on Americans with Disabil- A/K/A KELLY RENEE
AKA NATASHA LEIGH the 17 day of Septem- ities Act, persons need- MOOD Y- CARNES
BROOKS; NATIONAL ber, 2009. ing a reasonable ac- A/K/A KELLY R.
CITY BANK; TENANT commodation to partic- MOODY CARES; UN-
#1 N/K/A JAMES HES- MARY M. JOHNSON ipate in this proceeding KNOWN SPOUSE OF
SON; TENANT #2 Circuit and County should, no later than KELLY RENEE MOODY
N/K/A BRAD HOLT; are Courts seven (7) days prior, A/K/A KELLY RENEE
the Defendants, I will CIRCUIT COURT SEAL contact the Clerk of the MOODY CARNES
sell to the highest and By: Brandy Norris Court's disability coor- A/K/A KELLY RENEE
best bidder for cash at Deputy Clerk dinator at 8506230135, MOOD Y- CARNES
STEPS OF THE SANTA 6865 CAROLINE ST. A/K/A KELLY R.
ROSA COUNTY 092609 v BOX H. MILTON FL, MOODY CARES;
COURTHOUSE at 100309 32570. If hearing im- HOLLEY BY THE SEA
11:00 AM, on the 21 9132[)@ paired, contact (TDD) IMPROVEMENT ASSO-
day of October, 2009 8009558771 via Florida CIATION, INC., and
the following described Legal 9/1207 Relay System. any unknown heirs, de-
property as set forth in visees, grantees, credi-
said Final Judgment: IN THE CIRCUIT Ben-Ezra & Katz, RA. tors, and other un-
COURT OF THE 1ST Attorneys for Plaintiff known persons or un-
LOT 1, BLOCK D, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 2901 Stirling Road, known spouses claim-
MORG AN RIDGE AND FOR SANTA Suite 300 ing by, through and un-
PHASE II, ACCORD- ROSA COUNTY, Fort Lauderdale, Flor- der any. of the
ING TO THE PLAT RE- FLORIDA ida 33312 above-named Defend-
CORDED IN PLAT CASE NO. 2009-298 A Telephone: (305) ants,
BOOK G, AT PAGE 8, 01 MTG 770-4100 Defendants.
OF THE PUBLIC REC- Fax: (305) 653-2329
ORDS OF SANTA AMTRUST BANK, AMENDED NOTICE
ROSA COUNTY, Plaintiff, 092609 OF FORECLOSURE
FLORIDA. vs. 100309 Egg
A/K/A 5369 MORGAN 911ZQB
RIDGE DRIVE, MIL- JACK R. AHLEN, et al., NOTICE is hereby
TON, FL 325700000 Defendant(s)., given that the under-
Legal 9/1209 signed Clerk of the Cir-
An person claiming NOTICE OF SALE cuit Court of Santa
an Interest in the sur. IN THE CIRCUIT Rosa County, Florida,
plus from the sale, if NOTICE IS HEREBY COURT OF THE 1ST will on the 22 day of
any, other than the GIVEN pursuant to an JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN October, 2009, at 11:00
property owner as of Order or Final Judg. AND FOR SANTA o'clock A.M. at 6865
the date of the Lis ment Scheduling Fore- ROSA COUNTY, Caroline Street, Santa
Pendens must flie a closure Sale entered FLORIDA Rosa County Court-
claim within sixty (60) on September 16 in GENERAL JURISDIC- house in Milton, Florida
daysafterthesale. this case now pending TIONDIVISION offer for saleand sell
in said Court, the style CASE NO: 57-2008- at public outcry to the
WITNESS MY HAND of which is indicated CA-001817 highest and best bid-
and the seal of this above. der for cash, the follow-
Court on September COUNTRYWIDE ing described property
15, 2009. I will sell to the highest HOME LOANS SERV- situate in Santa Rosa
and best bidder for ICING, L.R County, Florida:
Mary M. Johnson cash in The Front PLAINTIFF
Clerk of the Circuit Door of Santa Rosa VS. Lot 26, Block 235,
Court County Courthouse, HOLLEY BY THE SEA,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL 6865 Caroline Street, DEBBIE SMITH; UN- according to the plat
By: Angela Dunn Milton, Florida 32570 KNOWN SPOUSE OF thereof as recorded in
Deputy Clerk at 11:00 a.m., on the 2 DEBBIE SMITH IF ANY Plat Book B, Page
day of November, ANY AND ALL UN- 155, of the Public
092609 2009, the following de- KNOWN PARTIES Records of Santa
100309 scribed property as set CLAIMING BY, Rosa County, Florida.
911205 forth in said Order or THROUGH, UNDER,
Final Judgment, to-wit: AND AGAINST THE pursuant to the Final
HERE1N NAMED INDI- Judgment entered in a
Legal 9/1206 LOT 2, BLOCK 3 OF VIDUAL DEFEND- case pending in said
HIGHLAND PARK, ANT( )S WHO ARE NOT Court, the style of
IN THE CIRCUIT OF ACCORDING TO THE KNOWN TO BE DEAD which is indicated
THE 1st JUDICIAL PLAT THEREOF AS OR ALIVE WHETHER above.
CIRCUIT OF FLOR- RECORDED IN PLAT SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
IDA, IN AND FOR BOOK B, PAGES) 3, TIES MAY CLAIM AN Any person or entity
SANTA ROSA OF THE PUBLIC REC- INTEREST AS claiming an interest in
COUNTY ORDS OF SANTA SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- the surplus, if any, re-
Case #: 2009-CA-00 ROSA COUNTY, VISEES, GRANTEES sulting from the forecIo-
1485 FLORIDA, OR OTHER CLAIM- sure sale, other than
DivisIon #: B ANTS; THE COURT the property owner as
UNG: a/k/a; 6454 LAKE- YARDS GROUP 2, LLC, of the date of the Lis
SHORE DRIVE, MIL- TRUSTEE FOR THE Pendens, must file a
National City Real Es- TON, FLORIDA 32570 DESERT VALLEY LAND claim on same with the
tate Services, LLC., TRUST; ENCOMPASS Clerk of Court within 60
Successor by Merger ANY PERSON CLAIM- INDEMNITY COM- disys after the forecio-
to National City Mort- ING AN INTEREST IN PANY, F/K/A AMERI- sure sale.
gage inc., Formerly THE SURPLUS FROM CAN SURETY AND
Known as National City THE SALE, IF ANY, CASUALTY COMPANY: WITNESS my hand and
Mortgage Co:, OTHER THAN THE JOHN DOE AND JANE official seal of said
Plaintiff, PROPERTY OWNER DOE AS UNKNOWN Court this 16 day of
-vs.- .AS OF-THE DATE OF TENANTS IN POSSES- September,2009'
THE LIS PENDENS SlON
Jason P. Renfro; MUST FILE A CLAIM DEFENDAIST(S) If you are a person with
Sharon M. Renfro a/k/a WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- a disability who needs
Sharon Renfro; United TER THE SALE. NOTICE OF FORE- accommodation in or-
Guaranty Residential CLOSURE SALE der to participate in this
Insurance Company of ENTERED at SANTA proceeding, you are
North Carolina; Un- ROSA County, Florida, NOTICE IS HEREBY entitled, at no cost to
known Parties in Pos- this 16 day of SEPTEM. GIVEN pursuant to a you, for the provision of
session #1; Unknown BER, 2009. Summary Final Judg- the .certain assistance.
Parties in Possession ment of ForecIosure Please contact Court
#2; If living, and all Un- MARY M. JOHNSON dated September 16. Administration at 6865
known Partles claiming As Clerk, Circuit Court 2009 entered in Civil Caroline Street, Milton,
by, through, under and SANTA ROSA, Florida Case No. 57-2008-CA- Florida 32570, Tele-
against the above CIRCUITCOURTSEAL 0018 17 of the-Circuit phone (850) 623-3639
named Defendant(s) By: J. Watkins Court of the 1ST Judi- within 2 -working days
who are not known to As Deputy Clerk cial Circuit in and for of your receipt of this
be dead or alive, SANTA ROSA County, document. If you are
whether said Unknown 092609 Milton, Florida, I will hearing or voice im-
Parties may claim an 100309 sell to the highest and paired, call
"interest as Spouse, 94 best bidder for cash at 1-800-955-8771.
Heirs, Devisees, Grant- North Front Steps of
ees, or Other Claimants Legal 9/1208 the Courthouse at the MARY M. JOHNSON .
Defendant(s). SANTA ROSA County CLERK OF THE CIR-
IN THE CIRCUIT Courthouse located at CUlT COURT
NOTICE OF ACTION COURT OF THE 6865 Caroline Street in CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
FORECLOSURE PRO- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Milton, Florida, at 11:00 By: J. Watkins
CEEDINGS- PROP" CUIT OF FLORIDA IN a.m. on the 2nd day of Deputy Clerk
5811 RNDA CFOOR SANTA f o nber, 2d0e0s9 rib ATTORNEY FOR
TO: CASE NO. 08001398 property as set forth in PLAINTIFF
CA said Summary Final Frank Albert Reder
Sharon M. Renfro a/k/a Judgment, to-wit: BUTLER & HOSCH,
Sharon Renfro; AD- WACHOVIA MORT- RA.
DRESS UNKNOWN GAGE CORPORATION, LOT 6, BLOCK E, 3185 S. Conway Road
BUT WHOSE LAST Plaintiff, CHANTILLY WOODS, Suite E
KNOWN ADDRESS IS: vs. PHASE 3, A SUBDIVI- Orlando, FL 32812
5162 Buccaneer Circle, SION OF A PORTION (407) 381-5200
Milton, FL 32570 CHRISTOPHER J. OF SECTION 18,
BRADY, SR. et. al. TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, 092609
Residence unknown, if Defendants. RANGE 28 WEST, 100309
living, including any un- SANTA ROSA g{ gyg
known e pouse of the NOTICE OF FQRE- COUNTY, FLORIDA;
sh hDs r mTrr d a5- CLOptlRE SALE PSLAT BEOCOOKRDGEDPAGN Legal 9/1211
if either or both of said NOTICE IS HEREBY 1 OF THE PUBLIC
Dh end peat edead GWEN umseunantdoFa Fp RECO S OF SAID ISNONUTTHEN d RCUO'j
known heirs, deviseess, closure dated Septem- COUN FLORIDA
t lieassign ad tber 16, 200Casaend nr rson lai urp@ CASE NO:
trustees, and all other 08001398CA, of the from the sale, if any, 08-00847-CA
tphos claiming b irr uiJudcTI Cir uit Ettanoftee CIO URMTLLCSOLU-
against the, named De- and for Santa Rosa the lis celidens must
fendant(s); and the County, Florida file a claim within 60 Plaintiff
aforementioned named wherein WACHOVIA daysafterthesale.
Defendants) and such MORTGAGE CORPO- vs.
of the aforementioned RATION, is a Plaintiff Dated this 16 day of EARL RAY WILSON
unknown Defendants and CHRISTOPHER J. September,2009. JR.; TAMMY DARLENd
and such of the BRADY, SR.; UN~ ?SHARP- UNKNOWN
aforementioned un- KNOWN SPOUSE OF Mary M. Johnson SPOUSE OF EARL RAY
known Defendants as, CHRISTOPHER J. Clerk of the Circuit WILSON JR. UN-
may be infants, Incom- BRADY, SR.; GEOR- Court K OWN SPOUSE OF
patents or otherwise' GINA ANN BURLEY CIRCUIT COURT SEAL N
not sui jurls. AKA GEORGINA A. By: J. Watkins MMPY UDAK O N
BURLEY; UNKNOWN eputy Clerk TENANf I' UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- SPOUSE OF GEOR- '
TIFIED that an action GINA ANN BURLEY THE LAW OFFICES OF TENANT II, and any un-
has been commenced AKA GEORGINA A DAVID J. STERN, RA., known heirs, devisees,
to foreclose a mort- BURLEY; UNKNOWyj ATTORNEY FOR g nte her ek ri
gage on the following TENANT #1- UN- PLAINTIFF
real property, lying and KNOWN TENANT #2 900 South Pine Island persons ol known
being and situated in are the Defendants. I Road Suite 400 spouses c dg by,
Santa Rosa County, will sell tol the highest Plantation, FL tohro h andboun- d
Florlda, more particu- and best bidder for 33324-3920
larly described as fol- cash at Santa Rosa (954)233-8000 Defendants,
lows: County Courthouse, 08-02957 CWF Defendants
801 Caroline St., Mil-
TE AOLSNBDEV ve2b ri 0 a.mq ITH AC ORDMNER AMENDED NOTICE
SION IN SECTION 6, following described CANS WITH DISABILl- QF FORECLOSURE
TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH. property as set forth in TIES ACT, persons with SA
RANTGAE 28 WO sd Final Judgment, to sea iltiesacnc daa NOTICE is hereby
COUNTY, FLORIDA tlon should contact given that the under-
ACCORDING TO PLAT LOT 9, RAMBLING COURT ADMINISTRA- signed Clerk of the Cir-
RECORDED IN PLAT OAKS, A SUBDIVISION TION, at the SANTA cuit Court of Santa
BOOK D, PAGE 27 OF OF A PORTION OF ROSA County Court- Rosa County, Florida,
THE PUBLIC REC- SECTIONS 8 AND 17 house at 850-983-1987, will on the 22 day of
OR OF SAID TOWGNESHIP29 NOWRETSH ,ac t 6a8

more commonly known SONUTNATY, FLORRODSAA Rosa County Court-
as 5162 Buccaneer Cir- ACCORDING TO THE 092609 house for ena a
cleMiltonFL32570. PUT RECORDED 9
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This action has been PAGE 127 OF THE
filed against you and PUBLIC RECORDS OF Legal 9/1210 der for cash, the
We aae c dyoto SAID COUNTY. IN THE CIRCUIT PS ewig leusa lbeid
itten dSH R an n reperson aiming C TRA IN ANDR OR FI idaa: Rosa County,

F HMoA laint wAh t r nst p en COSUEN O- CA he Eaf Ilfl Acresd
esMa y g0h4 N ohwnasp ns mu BANK OF NEW YORK ascribed property: Be-
Suite 112, Tampa, L file a claim within 60 ASERTT STEE FOR THE ginningC nthe outhhe


Southeast Quarter of Caroline Street, Milton,
the Southwest Quar- Florida 32570, Tele-
ter of Section 26, phone (850) 623-3639
Township 2, North, within 2 working days
Range 27 West, of your receipt days of
Thence East along the your receipt of this doc-
South Line of said ument. If you are hear-
Section 759 feet, ing or voIce impaired,
Thence North 0 deg. call 1-800-955-8771.
13' West 972.08 feet to
U.S. Highway 9Q; MARY M. JOHNSON
Thence South 73 deg CLERK OF THE CIR-
38' West along said CUlT COURT
Highway 789.16 feet, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Thence South 0 deg By: J. Watkins
13' East 749.5 feet to Deputy Clerk
the Point of Beginn-
ing. ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF .
pursuant to the final Jennifer E. Seipel
Judgment entered in a BUTLER & HOSCH,
case pending in said RA.
Court, the style of 3185 S. Conway Road
which is indicated Suite E
above. Orlando, FL32812
(407) 381-5200
Any person or entity
claiming an interest in 092609
the sur lus, if any, re- 100309
sulting om the foreclo- @/121).
sure sale, other 'than
the property owner as
of the date of the Lis Legal 9/1212
Pendens, must file a
clalm on same with the IN THE CIRCUIT
Clerk of Court within 60 COURT OF THE 1ST
days after the forecio- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
sure sale- OF FLORIDA, IN AND
-
FOR SANTA ROSA


Shadow Lakes of Santa ING AN INTEREST IN
Rosa Homeowner's As- THE SURPLUS FROM
sociation, Inc. THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
Defendantss. PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
NOTICE OF SALE THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
NOTICE IS HEREBY WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
GIVEN pursuant to an TER THE SALE.
Order of Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure IF YOU ARE A PER-
dated September 16, SON WITH A DISABIL-
2009, entered in Civil ITY WHO NEEDS ANY
Case No. 2009-CA-000 ACCOMMODATION IN
610 of the Circuit Court ORDER TO PARTICl-
of the 1st Judicial Cir- PATE IN THIS PRO-
cuit in and for Santa CEEDING, YOU ARE
Rosa County, Florida, ENTITLED, AT NO
wherein Countrywide COST TO YOU, TO
Home Loans Servicing, THE PROVISION OF
L.R, Plaintiff and Shae CERTAIN ASSIS-
Luster a/k/a Shae N. TANCE. PLEASE CON-
Schwartz are defend- TACT SANTA ROSA
ant(s), I will sell to the COUNTY COURT-
highest and best bid- HOUSE, 6816 CARO-
der for cash, AT THE LINE STREET, MIL-
NORTH FRONT DOOR TON, FL 32570 WITHIN
OF THE SANTA ROSA 2 WORKING DAYS OF
COUNTY COURT- YOUR RECEIPT OF
HOUSE LOCATED AT THIS NOTICE OF
6865 CAROLINE SALE: IF YOU ARE
STREET, MILTON, HEARING IMPAIRED
FLORIDA AT 11:00 CALL: 1-800-955-8771;
A.M. CENTRAL IF YOU ARE VOICE IM-
STANDARD TIME on PAIRED CALL:
November 9, 2009 the 1-800-955-8770
following described
property as set forth in DATED at MILTON,
said Final Judgment, Florida, this 16 day of
to-wit: September, 2009.
LOT 10, BLOCK C, MARY M. JOHNSON
SHADOW LAKES, UNIT CLERK OF THE CIR-
11, ACCORDING TO CUIT COURT
PLAT THEREOF, RE- Santa Rosa County,
CORDED IN PLAT Florida
BOOK G, PAGE 94, OF: CIRCUIT COUflT SEAL
THE PUBLIC REC- BY: J. Watkins
ORDS OF SANTA DEPUTY CLERK
ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA. ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF:
ANY PERSON CLAIM- SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,


Marshall Sid Parish
Petitioner
and
Jessica E. Parish,
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Jessica E. Parish
8783 John Hamm Rd
Milton, 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 Marshall Sid
Parish, whose address
is 9065 John Hamm Rd
Milton FL 32583 on or
before October 26,
2009, and file the on i-
nal with the clerk of this
Court at 6865 Caroline
St., Milton, FL 32570,
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fall to
do so, a default may
be entered agaInst
you for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Couples of all court
documents in this
case including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court's office
You may review these
documents upon re-
quest.
You must kee the
Clerk of the Ircuit
Courts office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, .Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.
*
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure
of documents and in-
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking
of pleadings.
Dated: September .18,
2009.
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUlT COURT .
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Carmen Emery"
Deputy Clerk
092609
100309
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101709
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 08-CA-1301
IVIYG A
SUNTRUST MORT-
GAGE, INC
Plaintiff '
vs '
MICHAEL A. REYTON,
et ux., et at
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to the
Final Judgment en.
-tered in this case now
pending in said. Court
the style of which is in-
dicated above.
I w li sbelldo irghb
cash at the Santa Rosa
County Courthouse
6865 Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570
on the 30 day of Octo!
ber, 2009, at 11:00 AM
the following described
prope as set forth in
said rder or Final
Judgment, to-wit
.
LOT 30, BLOCK A, TI-
GER POINT VILLAGE,
NIUTN2 S ERO
FLORIDA SECTION
$UTHTOWRNASN E 22
WEST, RECORDED IN
A TES 1B600AK AN
16B,
ANY PERSON CLAIM.
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE'DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF.
TER THE SALE.
ORDERED AT SANTA
ROSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ,this 15 day
of September, 2009
MARY M. JOHNSON
As Clerk, Circuit Court
SANTA ROSA, Florida
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn'
As Deputy Clerk
092609
100309

Legal 9/1205
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
CIRSTT JNUDAC LCR
SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CA-SOE175NO.:57-2008-
DIVISION: R


CHASE HOME FI-
N NC LLC,
vs.
BENJAMIN L.
BROOd t )P'

NC EDEULEDQF FOR
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY


COUNTY
Case #: 2009-CA-000
610
Division #: A
UNC:
Countrywide Home
Loans Servicing, L.R,
Plaintiff.
-vs.-
Shae Luster a/k/a
Shae N. Schwartz a/k/a
Shae Schwartz;
George E. Schwartz;


WITNESS my hand and
official seal of said
Court this 17 day of
September, 2009.
*
If you are a person with,
a disability who needs
accommodation in or-
der to participate in this
proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to
you, for the provision of
the certain assistance.
Please contact Court
Administration at 6865




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CASE
STEVIE HASKELL; Voice impaired
2009-CA-000492 HOLLEY BY THE SEA 1-800-955-8771.
IMPROVEMENT ASSO-
FIRST NATIONAL CIATION, INC.; MORT- Dated this 16 da
BANK OF FLORIDA' GAGE ELECTRONIC September, 2009.
PLAINTIFF, REGISTRATION SYS-
VS. TEMS 'INC.* UN- Mary M. Johnson .
KNOWN SPOUSE OF Clerk Of The C
WILLIAM F. GUIN and STEVE W. HASKELL; Court
JACQUI M. GUIN, hus- JOHN DOE; JANE DOE CIRCUIT COURT S
band and wife AS UNKNOWN TEN- By: Brandy Norris
ANT(S) IN POSSES- Deputy Clerk
DEFENDANTS SlON OF THE SUB-
NOTICEOFSALE DECeTOPROPERTY, 09 09
2/1214
NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE OF FORE-
given that the under- CLOSURE SALE
signed, Mary M. John-
son, Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE IS HEREBY Legal 9/1215
Court of Santa Rosa GIVEN pursuant to a
County, Florida, will on Final Jud ment of IN THE CIR
the 3 day of November' ForecIosure dated the COURT OF
2009, at 11:00 a.m. 16 day of September, FIRST JUDICIAL
during the legal hours 2009, and entered in CUlT OF FLORID
of sale at the North Case No. 07-1118-CA, AND FOR SA
front door of the Santa of the Circuit Court of ROSA COUNTY
Rosa County Court- the 1ST Judicial Circuit CASE NO.
house in Milton, Florida in and for Santa Rosa 572009CA000798C
offer for sale and sell at County Florida, XX
public outcry to the wherein U.S. BANK NA-
highest and best bid- TONAL ASSOCIATION SUNTRUST M
der for cash the follow- AS TRUSTEE, ON BE- GAGE, INC,
ing described property' HALF OF THE HOLD- Plaintiff.
in Santa Rosa County' ERS OF THE TERWIN
Florida, to-wit: MORTGAGE TRUST vs.
2006-7 ASSET-
LOT 20, BLOCK E, BACKED CERTIFI- THOMAS B. SC
THE MOORS GOLF CATES, SERIES 2006-7 JR.et.al.
AND RACQUET is the Plaintiff and Defendants.
CLUB, A REPEAT OF STEVIE HASKELL;
EAGLE CREEK' AT HOLLEY BY THE SEA NOTICE OF F
THE MOORS, AC- IMPROVEMENT ASSO- CLOSURE SALE
CORDING TO THE CITATION, INC.; MORT-
PLAT THEREOF AS GAGE ELECTRONIC NOTICE IS HE
RECORDED IN PLAT REGISTRATION SYS. GIVEN pursuant to
BOOK "G", PAGE 78, TEMS INC UN- nal Judgment of
OF THE PUBLIC REC- KNOWN SPOUSE OF closure dated Se
ORDS OF SANTA STEVE W. HASKELL- ber 16, 2009, and
ROSA COUNTY, JOHN DOE; JANE DOE' tered in Case
FLORIDA. AS UNKNOWN TEN. 572009CA000798C
ANT (S IN POSSES- XX, of the Circuit
Pursuant to the Final SION F THE SUB. of the First Jtidicia
Judgment of Forecio- JECT PROPERTY are cuit in and for
stire entered into in the defendants. I will sell to Rosa County, Flor
above styled case the highest and best wherein SUNT
bidder for cash at the MORTGAGE, INC,
Any person claiming an NORTH FRONT STEPS Plaintiff and THO
interest in the surplus OF COURTHOUSE at B. SCOTT JR.;
from the sale, if any, the Santa Rosa County KNOWN SPOUSE
other than the property Courthouse in Milton THOMAS B. S
owner as.of the date of Florida, at 11:00 a.m. JR.; STONEBR
the Lis Pendens, must on the 2 da of Novem- VILLAGE
file a claim within sixty ber, 2009, to follow HOMEOWNERS
(60) days after the date described rty SOCIATION, INC;
of the sales. set forth inpr id Final KNOWN TENANT
Dated this the 16 day Judgment, to wit: NKaNeO N De I
of September, 2009. EXHIBIT "A" I will sell to the hi
and best bidder
MARY M. JOHNSON' LEGAL DESCRIPTION cash at Santa

KSOOUOFN H ley01)y t Skea,244, na eouSrt
IDA cordon to the plat December 8, 2009
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL thereof as recorded in following desc
BY: Brandy Norris Plat Book B, Page property as set fo
Deputy Clerk 155, of the Public said Final Judgme
092609 Records of Santa wit:
100309 Rosa County, FlorIda. LOT 6, BLOCK B,
911213 ANY PERSON CLAIM. BLUESTONE VIL
ING AN INTEREST IN ACCORDING TO
Legal 9/1214 THE SURPLUS FROM MAP OR
THE SALE, IF ANY,.THEREOF- AS
IN THE CIRCUIT OTHER THAN THE CORDED IN
COURT OF-THE 1ST PROPERTY OWNER BOOK F, PAGE 91
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AS OF 'THE DATE OF THE PUBLIC
AND FOR SANTA THE LIS PENDENS ORDS OF S
ROSA COUNTY, MUST FILE A CLAIM .ROSA COUNTY, F


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with n repersor tclaimlurpl dh t w ebla T ) NO PNOS E Deputy Cl RE A PER- OESP O rTH SUANT n f he 1 rth
need from the sale, if any, bidder for cash at the JECT PROPERTY, SON WITH A DISABIL- COURTHOUSE at corner of Lot 6 of Block

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lTsae MARYM.JOHNSON rtTO99 yheoffoNIov NOTENEp suHEREBY ENTSITLETDO YAOTU, NO LOT 12, BLOCK 3, whicSos d oentoflsE
treet As Clerk of the Court described property as Final Judgment of THE PROVISION OF FIRST ADDITION TO Street; thence South 75
2570, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL set forth in said Final Foreclosure dated the CERTAIN ASSIS- SKYLINE HEIGHTS, feet at a right angle to
in 2 By: Brandy Norris Judgment, to wit: 16 day of September, TANCE, PLEASE CON- ACCORDING TO THE Elm Street and corner;
is re- As Deputy Clerk 2009, and entered in TACT SUSAN LAND AT PLAT THEREOF, AS thence East 100 feet
ment LOT 15, TIMBERLINE Case No. 57-2008-CA- 6865 CAROLINE RECORDED IN PI.AT parallel to Elm Street
g or Dated this 17 day of NORTH SUBDIVI- 001463, of the Circuit STREET, MILTON, BOOK B, PAGE 67, and corner; thence
call September, 2009. SION, A SUBDIVISION Court of the 1ST Judi- FLORIDA 32570, (8 0) OF THE PUBLIC REC- North 75 feet to Elm
OF A PORTION OF cial Circuit in and for 983-1012, WITHIN 2) ORDS OF SANTA Street and corner;
IMPORTANT SECTION 8, TOWN- Santa Rosa County, WORKING DAYS F ROSA COUNTY, thence West 100 feet,
y of SHIP 2 NORTH, Florida, wherein YOUR RECElPT OF FLORIDA. along the South side of
In accordance with the RANGE 28 WEST, SUNTRUST MORT, THIS DOCUMENT. IF Elm Street to Point of
Americans with Disabil- SANTA ROSA GAGE, INC. is the YOU ARE HEARING A/K/A 6009 SYRCLE Beginning. Being in the
ities Act, persons need- COUNTY, FLORIDA, Plaintiff and ROCHELL OR VOICE IMPAIRED, AVENUE, MILTON, FL South one-half of the
circuit ing a reasonable ac- ACCORDING TO WILLIAMS; HIDDEN CALL1-800-955-8771. 32570 Northwest Quarter of
commodation to artic- PLAT RECORDED IN BAY VILLAGE the Southwest Quarter
EAL ipate in this proceeding PI.AT BOOLK "C" AT HOMEOWNERS ASSO- 092609 Any person claiming of Section 34, Town-
should, no later than PAGE 41 OF THE CIATION, INC.; MORT- 100309 an Interest in the sur- ship 2 North, Range 28
seven (7) days prior, PUBLIC RECORDS GAGE ELECTRONIC 21.121.@ plus from the sale, if West, Santa Rosa
contact the Clerk of the OF SAID COUNTY. REGISTRATION SYS- any, other than the County, Florida.
outrt's dis8 3010 ANY PERSON CLAIM- REMESD, INCAORPN3 Legal9/1219 tT cownThasL Any.person claiming an
6865 CAROLINE ST. ING AN INTEREST IN SOLELY AS A NOMI- Pendens must file a interest in the surplus
BOX H, MILTON FL, THE SURPLUS FROM NEE FOR SUNTRUST IN THE CIRCUIT claIm within sixty (60) from the sale, if any,
32570. If hearing Im- THE SALE, IF ANY, MORT4AGE, INC.; UN- COURT OF THE days after the sale. Other than the property
paired, contact DD) OTHER THAN THE KNOWN SPOUSE OF FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- owner as of the date of
8009558771 via orida PROPERTY OWNER ROCHELL WILLIAMS; CUIT IN AND FOR WITNESS MY HAND the lis pendens must
Relay System. AS OF THE DATE OF JOHN DOE; JANE DOE SANTA ROSA and the seal of this file a claim within sixty
CUIT THE LIS PENDENS AS UNKNOWN TEN- COUNTY, FLORIDA Court on September (60) days after the sale.
THE Ben-Ezra & Katz, RA, MUST FILE A CLAIM ANT (S) IN POSSES- CASE NO. 16, 2009. The Court, in its discre-
CIR- Attorneys for Plaintiff WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- SION OF THE SUB- 09000378CA tion, may enlarge the
A IN 2901 Stirling Road, TER THE SALE. JECT PROPERTY are Mary M. Johnson time of the sale. Notice
NTA Suite 300 defendants. I will sell to U.S. BANK, N.A. Clerk of the Circuit of the changed time of
Fort Lauderddle, Flor- if you are a person with the highest and best Plaintiff, Court sale shall be published
ida 33312 a Disabilities who need bidder for cash at the v. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL as provided herein.
AXX Telephone: (305) any accommodation in NORTH FRONT STEPS By: J. Watkins
770-4100 order to participate in OF COURTHOUSE at TIM M. BANKS; Deputy Clerk DATED: September 16,
Fax: (305) 653-2329 this proceeding you are the Santa Rosa County UNKNOWN SPOUSE 2009
ORT- entitPed at no cost to Courthouse in MIIton, OF TIM M. BANKS; and 092609
092609 you to the provisions of Florida, at 11:00 a.m. all unknown parties 100309 MARY M. JOHNSON
100309 certain assistant please on the 9 day of Novem- claiming by, through, 9/JggQ Clerk of the Circuit
91.215 contact Susan Land at ber, 2009, the following under or against the Court
6865 Caroline Street described property as herein named Defend- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
MIlton FL 32570, set forth in said Final ants, who are not Legal 9/1221 By:.J. Watkins
OTT Legal 9/1216 850-983-1012 within 2 Judgment, to wit: known to be dead or Deputy Clerk of the
working days of this re- alive, whether said un- IN THE CIRCUIT.Court
IN THE CIRCUIT qeipt of this document. UNIT 11, HIDDEN BAY known parties claim as COURT OF THE
COURT OF THE 1ST If you are hearing or VILLAGE, PHASE 2, heirs, devisees, grant. FIRST JUDDIAL CIR- "If you are a person
ORE- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Voice impaired call ACCORDING TO THE ees, assignees, lienors, CUIT IN AND FOR with a disability who
AND FOR SANTA 1-800-955-8771. MAP OR PLAT creditors, trustees, SANTA ROSA needs any accommo-
ROSA COUNTY, THEREOF RE- spouses, or other COUNTY, FLORIDA nation in order to par-
REBY FLORIDA Dated this 16 day of CORDED IN PLAT claimants; TENANT #1 CIVIL ACTION ticipate in this proceed-
a Fi- CIVIL DIVISION September, 2009. BOOK "G", AT PAGE and/or TENANT #2, the CASE NO. ing, you are entitled, at
Fore- CASE NO 52, OF PUBLIC REC- parties intended to ac- 57-2009-CA- 000451 no cost to you, to the
ptem- 57-2008-CA-001152 Mary M. Johnson ORDS OF SANTA count for the person or DIVISION A provision of certain as-
en- Clerk Of The Circuit ROSA COUNTY, persons in possession; sistance. Please con-
No- COUNTRYWIDE HOME Court FLORIDA. WORLDWIDE ASSET WELLS FARGO tact the ADA Coordina-
AXX LOANS, INC. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL PURCHASING, LLC, BANK, NA, tor, Ms. Sheila A. Sims
Court Plaintiff, By: Brandy Norris ANY PERSON CLAIM- AS ASSIGNEE OF DI. Plaintiff, at 190 Governmental
l Cir- vs. Deputy Clerk ING AN INTEREST IN RECT MERCHANT vs. Center, 5th Floor, Pen-
Santa THE SURPLUS FROM BANK, N.A. sacola, FL 32502; tele-
ida WANDA' L. FOGLE; 092609 THE SALE, IF ANY, Defendahts. TRAVIS L. KING, et al, phone number
RUST BANK OF AMERICA, 100309 OTHER THAN THE Defendant(s). 850-595-4400 two (2)
is a N.A.- UNKNOWN 811214 PROPERTY OWNER NOTICE OF SALE working days of your
MAS SPOUSE OF WANDA AS OF THE DATE OF NOTICE OF FORE- rpceipt of this notice; if
UN- L. FOGLE; JOHN DOE; THE LIS PENDENS Notice is hereby given CLOSURE SALE you are hearing im-
OF JANE DOE AS UN- MUST FILE A CLAIM that, pursuant to the Fr- paired, call the Florida
CQTT KNOWN TENANTS IN Legal 9/1217 WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- nal Judgment of Fore. NOTICE IS ..HEREBY Relay Services at
OOK POSSESSION OF HE IN THE CIRCUIT TER THE SALE, closure dated Septem- GIVEN ursuant to a FI- 1-800-955-8771 (TTY);
SUBJECT PROPERTY* COURT OF THE 1ST ber 16, 2009, in this nal Ju gment of Mort- if you are voIce Im-
AS- Defendants If you are a person with cause, I will sell the gage Foreclosure paired, call the Florida
UN- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN a Disabilities who need property situated in dated September 16, Relay Services at
#1; NOTICE OF FORE- RNDA FOR COSUAN A any accommodation in SANTA ROSA County, 2009 and enteredC 1-800-955-8770."
aA T CLOSURE SALE FLORIDA tohr err eep rtici a Florida, described as: C e51N 57-200C cuit 092609
ghest NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVIL DIVISION entit ed at no cost to LOT 18, SHERWOOD Court of the FIRST Ju- 100309
for GIVEN pursuant to a CASE NO.: 57-2008- you to the provisions of PARK, ACCORDING dicial Circuit in and for g_(gggg
Rosa Final Jpudgment of CA-001463 certain assistant please TO THE PLAT SANTA ROSA County,
ou eS m S UNSCT MORT- 6M nS 3 EESB AGEP t n3A T Legal9/1226 CIRCUIT
the Case No. 57-2008-CA 850-983-1012 within 2 OF THE PUBLIC REC. L. KING;* RHONDA T COf.IRT OF THE TST
ribed 001152, of the Circuit working days of this re- ORDS OF SANTA KING; ESCAMBIA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
rth in Court of the 1ST Judi- ROCHELL WILUAMS. ceipt of this document. ROSA .COUNTy; COUNTY HOHUS G AND .FOR SANTA
nt, to ciat Circuit in and for HIDDEN BAY VILLAGg If you are hearing or FLORIDA. NAN EALAUT DIST CT ROSA COUNTY
Santa Rosa County, HOMEOWNERS ASSO- Voice impaired call UNIT OF LOCAL GOV. FLORIDA
COB- NafRYWIDEwHOrME CATION, INC.; MORT- 1-800-955-8771. tPeat, n, ad ERNMENT IN THE G EDRANbOJURISDIC-
LAS, LOANS, INC. is the GEAGESTRAE OCNTROSN Mary M. Johnson 32570 STNTAENTOF FLO DK/7 CASE NO:
THE Plaintiff and WANDA L- TEMS INCORPO- Clerk Of The Circuit AARON KING N/K/A 57-2008-CA-001934
PLAT FOGLE; BANK OF RATED ACTING Court at public sale, to the AARON KING are the
RE- AMERICA, N.A.; UN- SOLELY AS A NOMI- CIRCUITCOURTSEAL highest and best bid- Defendants twiliselito CITIMORTGAGE,1NC.
PLAT KNOWN SPOUSE OF NEE FOR SUNTRUST By: J. Watkins der, for cash, at the h d best PLAINTIFF
OF WANDA L. FOGLE; MORTGAGE, INC.; UN- DeputyClerk North front door of the tb dhig est ansh at VS.
REC- JOHN DOE; JANE DOE KNOWN SPOUSE OF Santa Rosa Court- STE O TH SANTA
ANTA AS UNKNOWN TEN- ROCHELL WILLIAMS 092609 house, 6865 Caroline ROSA COUNTY THE UNKNOWN
LOR- ANT (S) IN POSSES- 9 0 r) 09, N A3TN


Legal 9/1218 An reperslotn lai urp@ p as sd(f h ER ITORN ATR
IN THE CIRCUIT from the sale, if any, sad 1Judgment: CLAIMING AN INTER-
COURT OF THE other than the prope f LOT 90, BLOCK 4, EST BY, THROUGH,,
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR. owner as of the date THOMASTOWN ES- UNDER OR AGAINST
CUIT IN AND FOR the lis pendens must THE ESTATE OF NEL-





Court 3, OF THE PUBLIC
REUBIN B. FELKEY; CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ROCO DS OF SAID SO UTSHP HUE KSNOWEN
ANNAMAY E. FELKEY; By: Brandy Norris VISEES, GRANTEES,
UNKNOWN TENANT 1 Deputy Clerk A/K/A 4468 ANGIE ASSIGNEES, LIENOR,
N/K/A MARK IRBY; UN- LANE PACE FL CREDITORS, TRUS-
KNOWN TENANT 2 IF YOU ARE A PER- TEES AND ALL OTHER
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salNmKants;SUCRCEEG TON, FLORIDA 32570, Court on September li na read r
221EARS IN RESCUE. Esou RBGAENRK; FO ORHj{NNG 803-10 1M r2 ohnson t ees, andin reps

(850) 981-100} Defendants. YOUR RECEIPT OF Clerk of the Cirbuit ah hthe dfeenoanto
NOTICE OF SALE YOUS DOECUMEANRIN RuCdUIT COURT SEAL wo are not known to

Nh iceuir t thgly ORLLV 050- SP IRED, : J. W kiks pa e h g odr
nal Jpdgment of Fore- right, title or interest in
g o"'t, d e0d Setpte hethperome descbi d
cAuse, I will sell the 9/.1212 foreclosed hefesn.
Tree & Stump Removal rAo rtyMsStAat unt Legal 9/1220 Legal 9/1223 YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
from takedown to trimming Florida, described as: IN THE CIRCUIT TIFIED that an action to
Debris Removal & Storm Clean-Up Lot 1 of FALLING 70URTTHE OFCIRC H CIRSRTJUD CFAL CH forec seollawimg1raope
Dirt Work Demolition & Hauling LEAVES, according to FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CUIT, IN AND FOR erty:
Lanel Cleanng Backhee.?, Trackhoe Work 'choedPdatin I tofBo k SU TAIN AND ROOR NA FLORIDRAOSA THAT PORTION OF
All Iree work done by man hil ?Jot Climbing Page 31, of the Pubilc COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE No. 572009CA SECTEON 35, TOWN-
Records of Santa Rosa CIVIL ACTION 2XXXX SHIP 1 NORTH,
516-1801 or 675-4291 Couhty, Florida. CASE NO. 2007-0006 00070 RANGE' 29 WEST,
L:ensed . ur" a/k/a 1853 FALLING SAON A DIEOUNTASLCHERUBSATNKCONMA. STUTNATY, FLORIDAROSA

PAUL STEWART RRESFL32C5 6-73 WAEN SN.A., FARGO N ER ASESEPRO L COMCMREENTCENG MAOTNUA
at public sale, to the Plaintiff, AGREEMENT DATED MENT AT THE INTER-
highest and best bid- vs. AS OF DECEMBER 1 SECTION OF THE
der, for cash, at the 2006, GSAMP TRUSf NORTH RIGHT OF
North front door of the JOHN E. GADDIS, et 2006-FMS, .WAY LINE OF FLOR-
Santa Rosa Court- al, PLAINTIFF, IDA STATE ROAD NO.
house, 6865 Caroline Defendant(s)* 191-A 100 FOOT
d Street, MIlton, FL VS RIGHT O WAY) AND
32570, Florlda, at NOTICE OF FORE- THE EAST RIGHT OF
Here eleven o'clock a.m., on CLOSURE SALE REGEE MYERS, ET AL. WAY LINE, OF MULAT
November9,2009. DEFENDANTS) PENSACOLA .ROAD,
NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO KNOWN AS BA-
Any person claiming an GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- NOTICE OF FORE- LATON BOULEVARD
Interest In the surplus nal Ju gment of Mort- CLOSURE SALE (66.0 FOOT RIGHT OF
from the sale, if any, gage Foreclosure WAY); THENCE


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1 GOVTEINMpu ua.HERE N 1E2 .f RIGAHLTONOG
the Ils pendens must Case No. 2007-0006 Final Judg ent of WAY LINE, 122.6 FEET
file a claim within 60 62-CA of the Clrcuit Foreclosure dmted Se TO -A CONCRETE
days after the sale. Court of the FIRST Ju- timber 16, 2009 In th MONUMENT AT A
dlclal Circuit in and for above action, I will sell POINT OF CURVA-
Dated at MIlton, Flor- SANTA ROSA CountyS to the highest bidder TURE: THENCE CON-
Ida, this 16 day of Sep- Florlda wherein WELL for cash at Santa Rosa TINUE ALONG SAID
tember,.2009. FARGO BANK, N.A., is Florlda, on November EAST RIGHT OF WAY
the Plaintiff and JOHN 200 at 11:00 LINE AND ALONG A
MARY M. JOHNSON E. GADDIS; TANIA G. I North st s of ca).um CURVE TO THE RIGHT
Clerk of the Circuit GADDIS; SANTA ROSA aouse P Box 472 HAVING A RADIUS OF
Court COUNTY; are the De- Milton, FL 32572-047( 312.0 FEET A DIS-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL fondants, I will sell to for the following de- TANCE OF 251.06


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Village Anniaal
Yard Sale
Woodbine South of 5
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Auditorium, Milton,
FL. Oct. 17th & 18th
'09. 9am-5pm. (850)
957-4952/261-8407
Gen. Admission $6.


FEET TO A CON- Immedlately thereafter; ,SIOra OF THE SUB 2009 and enters. 1,4 -re usu.ie 01 Elizat.ein
CRETE MONUMENT otherwise a default will JECT PROPERTY are Case No, Dawn Gaultney Allmon'
AT A POINT OF TAN- be entered against ydti defendants. I will sell to 57-2008-CA-002046, ,of deceased, whose date
GENCY THENCE for the relief demanded, the highest and best the Circilit .Codrt .of hq of death was June 9,
CONTIBUE ALONG in the Comp)4)nt or pe- bidder for cash at the 1ST Jupicial, ircuit in 2009, and whose social
SAID EAST RIGHT OF tuition. NORTH FRONT STEPS and for Sa Rosa security number is
WAY LINE, N,6iQ'E., 9.8 OF, COURTHOUSE at County, forlda, XXXXX-3708, Is pend-
FEET TO A QQN- This Notice shall lie thy Santa Rosa County wherein DEUTSCHE Ing in the Circuit Court
CRETE MONUMENT; published once ea60 Cqurthouse in Milton, BANK 144TIOflAL for Santa Rosa County,
THENCE .N,59,33'E., week for twg cohsecu- Florida, at 11:00 a.m. TRUST COMPAtil AS Florida, .Probate DivE
ALONG NORTH RIGHT tive weeks In theErps on the 9 day of Novem- TRUSTEE. FOR F.10A isor., [ne address of
OFrWAY LINE QF HUlk- Gazatics ber, 2009, the following $All STwidLE s F.1EAC ster.=01. la PO BC;* 4'-
GARIA AVENU 0.0 described property as 200..rJC2 la the Pier.. B.1llion. Flora.-la Es?
FOOT RIGHT 0 WITLESS m rear.d nd set forth in salid Final .rI and CAROL WILE'. He name*- ,ar..-1 .3,.3.
A ISTANCE OF 348. Ir.e seal .:.r nas Court Judgment, to wit: THE Ur JKr JOWil .1res ses of the per-.orial
FE THENCE N6,E. .:.r. Irns 21 day of Sep. SPOUSE OF CAROL represer.Isis..E ar..3 Ir,,-.
ALONG TI-IE WEST I+mt.er. 2009 L.OT 5, BLOCK D, NILE'., \JilKilOvvr p e : a ri .5
RIGHT OF WA's LINE PLANTATION TENANT (SI JOI-in rep.esental..e anor
OSOO RIETT I I tJohn on W OGSA R IO If l( E DTT011 ng are .el lonr. r;--lose
WAYI A DISTANCE OF CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Ol" SECTION 33, :-,, IrJ POSSESSIOr An ca..3.1.:.ri ar..3 our.e.
1329 FEEY FOR TI-IE By J Walker.? : TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, *F TIME SUBJECT person r.Larg ..Imm*
POINT OF BEGINFJ. AsDeputy*Clers RANGE 27 WEST, PROPERT. are defend. .:-r derTiands against
ING. THENCE CON- SANTA ROSA ants. I will sell to the decedent's estate on
TINUE N.6.E., A DIS- 092609 COUNTY, FLORIDA, highest and best bid- whom a copy of this
TANCE OF 100.0 100309 ACCORDING TO THE der for cash at the notice is required to be
FEET; THENCE 9/.ggy PLAT RECORDED IN NORTH FRONF STEPS served must file their
N.84000"W. A DIS- PLAT BOOK G, PAGE OF COURTHOUSE at claims With this court
TANCE OF 130.0 57, OF THE PUBLIC the Santa Rosa County WITHIN THE LATER
FEET THENCE S.6,W Legal 9/1228 RECORDS OF SANTA Courthouse in Milton, OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
A DISTANCE OF 100.0 ROSA COUNTY, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. THE TIME OF, THE
FE T RIAGLHOTNGF OURTTHE OFCIRCTUjE FLQRIDA. rth200297 tdhas f loOwn F TTHIS ICCAE OR
LINE OF JAKAl FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ANY PERSON CLAIM- described property as 30 DAYS AFTER THE
RTGRHETET (8.0 WOA CUITFLORITHE STAANTE TNHGE ASNU TUE ESTOM dd tin s id Final DACbOFOSF VHSENOOF
THENCE S.84*E. A FOR SAN A ROSA THE SALE, IF ANY, TICE ON THEM.

FS GT E NHEF P1030 V LND VISION NO, TTHTEnD TWN TKO CNCDO ed det:reditdoroth
08-1681CA-01 THE LIS PENDENS ING TO THE PLAT persons having claims
has been filed against MUST FILt A CLAIM THEREOF AS RE- or demands against
you and you are rg GRAND BANK FOR WITHIN 6 DAYS AF- CORDED DEiED decedent's estate must
Giled se #ea codP SA GS, FSB TER THE SALE. BOOTHE2 UBLipMR2 file their cl TsH th thi3
senses, if an .tt it oh If you are a person with ORDS F TA MONTHS AFTER THE
DAVID J. ST RN, ESQ- vs a Disabilities who need ROSA ObUNTY, DATE OF THE FIRST
Plaintiffs attorney, any accommodatibn in FLORIDA AND IS SIT- PUBLICATION OF
whose address is 900 REX FLEMING, JR.; order to participate in UATE IN SECTION 34. THIS NOTICE
SOUTH PINE ISLAND UNKNOWN SPOUSp this proceeding you are TOWNSH P 2 NORTI-1
ROAD, SUITE 400, OF REX FLEMING, PLANTATION, FL IF LIVING, INCLUDING you to the provisions of FILED WITHIN THE
33324 3920 on or be- ANY UNKNOWN certain assistant please ANY PERSON CLAIM- TIME PERIODS SET
no I hY T ) D C' nne UA NFEF R

notice of action) and SPECTIVE UNKNOWN workingdaysofthisre- PROPERTY, OWNER BAQRED.
file the original with the HEIRS, :1 lDEVISEES, ceipt of this document. AS OF THE DATE OF
,:IsrkoftrescourlwhenGRANTEESs ASSIGN- If you are hearing or THE: LIS .PgNDENS NOTWITHSTANDING
Delore serace or* EES :0 CREDITORS, Voice impaired call MUST FILEA CLAIM TilE TIME PERIODS
Plair.Idi s attorney 0' LIENORS,4ANDyTRUS- 1-800-955-8771. WITMIN 60 DAYS AF- SET FORTH ABOVE,
immediately thereaher TEES, AND ALL TER THE SALE. ANY CLAIM FILED
cir*ers eda d la 1 OTLAHI NG PERSO dmtb 21069clay of If you are a person wkh E (2)A'fEEARRS T
for the relief demanded THROUGH, UNDER a Disabilities who need DECEDENTS DATE OF
in the complaint or peti- OR AGAINST THE Mary M. Johnson any accommodation in DEATH IS BARRED.
tion filed herein- NAMED DEFEND- Clerk Of The Circuit order to participate in
WITNESS my hand and ANKTnkRTNPEARLSM RuCdUIT COURT SEAL. te itPerdceed no ta t oP t is tipub is
the seal of this Court at By: J. Watkins you to the provisions of September 26, 2009.
SANTA ROSA County, Defendant(s) Deputy Clerk certain assistant please
Florida, this 21 day of contact Susan Land at Attorney for Personal
September, 2009- NOTICE OF SALE @n, Car ne to R e nt e:HOYT

ERRKM FOHTNHSEONCIR- tN u u t ag 9/1229 n8g3 2oMh nre garetHogDoris Lynn
C CUCOUROTURT SEAL rm asur Ju2mreend Legal 9/1230 cei uof athis hdoc me Ha dTBar No. 998680
BY: Susan Land the above-styled Voice impaired call Hoyt & Bryan, LLC
DEPUTY CLERK cause, in the Circuit IN THE CIRCUIT 1-800-955-8771. 254 Plaza Drive
Court of Santa Rosa COURT OF THE 1ST Oviedo, FL 32765
IN ACCORDANCE County, Florida, I will JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Dated this 22 day of Telephone: (407)


b tC odi d L5S DNAO.R08-C U kem Oh OC(cuit 9P s n8a Repres8enta-
ecialshoaccomr TME4 LOCK KB 01 MTG A RuCdUITCOURT SEAL / ORIS LYNNE
COURT ADMINISTRA- PRESERVE, AC- SUNTRUST MORT- By:JiWatkins HARDEN
TION, at the SANTA CORDING TO THE GAGE, INC., Deputy Clerk Doris Lynne Harden
ROSA County Court- PLAT THEREOF, AS Plaintiff, 288 Callaway Dr.
ho0senat 850-983-1987, RECOREiED : IN PLAT vs. 092609 Ellaville, GA 31806
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) BOOK 9, PAGES 75 100309
or 1-800-955-8770, via THROUGH 78,OF THE GLEN KEVIN FLYNN, et giggj, 092609
FIbrida.Relay Service PUBLIC RECORDS ux., et al., 100309
OF SANTA .ROSA Defendant(s). Legal9/1232 SilEil
092609 COUNTYe FLORIDA.
100309 A/K/A NOTICE OF SALE IN THE CIRCUIT
211226 COURT OF THE
at public sale, to the NOTICE 1S HEREBY FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 1 1120
highest and best bid- GIVEN pursuant to the CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN Advertise in Over 100
der, for cash, Front Final .Judgment en AND. :. PQR OSANTA. pages). One Call One
Legai41N7 steps if the Santa tered in this case now ROSACOUNTY Order.-.Qne Payment
Rost County Court- tpheendinge f idh urt* CIVIL DIVISION The.. Advertising Net-
CNOURTHE OFCIRCUHIE ous i@t000n, o ka dicased above. 09-CA-000332No. rks of ofloridar
FIURST JNUDIACNAL CO on November 9 I will sell to the highest Division A n866)7t42-1373n www.
S TY,-FLORipROSA person claiming tan Ca n %teC R OAUNNSTRYW8 HC MGE classifiegs.com, n @
CIVILACTION interest in the surplus 6865 Caroline Street L.R classifieds.com
CASE NO. fromethessale, if any MIIton, Florida 32570s Plaintiff, FREE PRESCRIP.
57-2009-CA-001494 other than the prope on the 9 day of Novem- TIONS FROM DRUG
DIVISION B owner as of the date o ber, 2009, at 1100, the vs. MANUFACTURERS!
BANK OF AMERICA a i nmu fol ingas sdte hb LAGER anL u O'
Plaitli; at said rder of FinalZUL.AGERakaSI-IAN sistarce EVERYBODY
Witness, ty hand and Judgment, to-wit: NON 2ULAGER, eI al. eligib e for FREE re-
vs seal of thissiourt9n-the aview, even: if. Insured'
SONCHA Cj a of Seg5teniber' E 50,BABR1BACRKOSAA Defendants. A0TOIEN DVOCATI"
SCHURMAN, et al, RANCHETTES, A NOTICE QF SALE GatorNation "2009 Ga-
Defendant(s). CLERK OF CIRCUIT SUBDIVISION OF A tor Chomp Dance
COURT POTION OF THE Notice is hereby given, Video Contest"! Best
NOTICE OF ACTION CIRCUIT COURT SEAL NORTHWEST 1/4 OF pursuant to an Ex Parte choreographed rou-
By Susan Land SECTION 30, TOWNT Order Rescheduling tines will be chosen for
S HUFWIVID J. DeputyClerk RH GE 227 SWUESH tFor)elcjn trhs see atocom eme d t to
LAST KNOWN AD- Law Offices of Daniel SANTA ROSA the Circuit Court of v i s i t
DRESS: 765' C. Consuegra COUNTY, ORFDLEODRID Santa Rosa County, www.dothegatorchomp
PEARLSAND DRIVE 9204 Ming Palm Drive ASLATRBCOOK B AT Florida, I will sell the .com
MARY ESTHER, FL Tampa, FL 33619-1328 i property situated in
325690000 Phone: 813-915-8660 PAGE 139, OF THE Santa Rosa County,
Attorneys for Plaintiff PUBLIC RECORDS Florida described as:
OF SAID COUNTY-
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(ALL LIKE NEW) $1,050
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(850)572-6352 for Sale
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BusINEss a FINANcal. 501-0273 or 529-7899
5100 Business Pace
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255-4004
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CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN In accordance with IM
the American with ANY PERSON CLA "
ANY AND ALL UN- Disabilities Act of TNHGEASNR SRE OM
KNOWN PARTIES 1990, persons need- THE SALE, IF ANY,
CLAIMING BY, Ing a special accom- OTHER THAN THE
THROUGH, UNDER, modation to partici-
AND AGAINST THE pate in this proceed- PROPERTY O NER
HEREIN NAMED INDI "in shduld"donthetithe AS OF THE DA E OF
VIDIJAL DEPEND- AA Coordinator no THE LIS PENDENS

(D WWH ARE Idat aon e on S NE LA CSLAbM
WNHO N 10 S D N Imp Ir 8pnase Dal ORDERED AT SANTA
MAY C IM N IN- or (800) 955-8770 ROSA COUNTY,
TEREST AS SPOUSE, (voice), vid Florida FLORIDA, this 18 day
HEIRS, DEVISEES, Relay Service.,} of September, 2009.
GRANTEES, OR 4. .
OTHER CLAIMANTS 092609 MARY M. JOHNSON
100309 As Clerk, Circuit Court
LAST KNOWN AD 9/Hgg ? SANTA ROSA, Florida
DRESS: UNKNOWN BIRBUITdCON sSEAL
CURRENT ADDRESS Lqgal 9/1229 As Deputy Clerk
UNKNOWN IN THE CIRCUIT 092609
YOU ARE NOTIFIED COURT Ob THE tST 100309
that an actiori to fore- ANDDICIAFLORRC T gfggag
close a mortgage on
the following property ROSA COUNTY, Legal 9/1231
in SANTA ROS% FLORIDA
County, Florida: CIVIL DIVISION IN THE CIRCUIT
CASE NO.: COURT OF THE 1ST
LOT 7, BLOCK B, AND 57-2008-CA-000722 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
THE NORTH 1/2 OF AND FOR SANTA
BAWIEW COURT (66 BANK OF AMERICA, ROSA COUNTY,
FOOT RIGHT-OF- N.A., FLORIDA
WAY), LYING ADJA- Plaintiff, CIVIL DIVISION ,
CENT TO SAID LOT 7, 3HN H. RICHARD- 7 OE08-CA-002046NO..
SEA PINES, AC- SON, et al
CMOA NGOR O PT Defendants. DIEOUNTASLCHTERUBST CONM
CORDED IN PLAT NOTICE OF FORE- PANY, AS TRUSTEE
BOOK C, PAGE 164 CLOSURE SALE FOR MORGAN STAN-
OF THE PUBLIC REC' LEY, MSAC 2007-NC2'
ORDS OF SANT/ NOTICE IS HEREBY Plaintiff,
RLOOSRADA COUNTY, GIVEN su tod v4.
.Mb W Id bibst 16 day of Spptember, CAROL WILEY; THE
ou r you are re- ."009. and entered in UNKNOWN SPOUSE
quired to serve a co y Case No. OF CAROL WILEY;*UN-
of our anner. 57-2008-CA-00072 ,i of KNOWN TENANT (0)
ae jh I .t 1hSeTCi o rcuit HE OSBJEESC ONROP-
au t nLy pp Ir d fr to da f dants.
la so y AME CgdN sth R NSOUT ESAOLFEFORE-

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orh b the this icCe JOHN DOE; JANE DOE Final Judgment of
Iaintiff's att y or T ) NOWPNOS red sure S tt mb


LOT 23, BLOCK 1, Found' Spitz on Avalon
WOODLAND HOMES, Blvd. Please call to ID
ACCORDING TO THE Work#623-2564
PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK A, PAGE (S) y S .
111, INCLUSIVE, OF 4"'
THE PUBLIC C- a J
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PACE, FL 325713:at 2100-Pets
public sale, to the high- 2)10--Pets:Freeto
est and best bidder, for Good Home
cash, @ales are, held oil 2$20 Pet Suppiles
the front steps 01 the 21.10 Farm Ammals
Santa ,Rose Courif y Supplies
CourthpuSO, ,al 11 OO 2140 Pels/Lisrestock
on Novembe- 9 009 2150 e adrnannis
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interestt nsta Mr us
other than the property 2110
owner.asofthedate.of FREEKITTENS 2play.
the lis pendens must ful Kittens, needing a
file a clalm within 60 loving home. 623-8672
days after the sale.


Dated this 18 day of '.
September, 2009. , .
Clerk of thp Circuit A
Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: J. Watkins e a
Deputy Clerk MERCHANDISE

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130 Auctions
L I 9/1233 140 Baby items
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File No. 57r2009-CP 3220 Furniture
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