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Milton Newspapers
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Publication Date: August 11, 2007
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August 11, 2007

Sportsplex ambulance call explained

Thursday night at the
Santa Rosa Sportsplex on
Chumuckla Hwy., an E911
call was made when a 7-year-
old suffered a convulsion.
According to E91 1
records, it took 20 minutes
for the ambulance to get
there. And while family and
friends waited, they heard the

sirens of an ambulance
And pass by.
So when the Lifeguard
Ambulance-dispatched to
the scene from a gas station
on Avalon Blvd. near the
Interstate-arrived, people
were upset.
Lifeguard Ambulance
President and CEO John
Roche says the ambulance

Jubilee a bust?

responded as it was dis-
patched, non-emergency,
until a second call notified
E911 dispatchers the child
had suffered five more con-
vulsions. At that point, the
ambulance turned on lights
and sirens, from the Wal-
Mart area on Hwy. 90.
That was when Lifeflight
was called at 8:00-landing
at 8:25 p.m., according to
E911 officials.

Lifeguard's ground
ambulance had already
arrived at 8:09 p.m. and per-
sonnel began administering
emergency medical care.
The child was taken by
Lifeflight to a Pensacola hos-
Witnesses wanted to
know why they heard an
ambulance pass by and not
stop while a child was suffer-
ing multiple convulsions not
far away.

The ambulance that was
heard from the Sportsplex
was en route to a hemorrhage
call, dispatched as an emer-
gency based on a nationally
recognized medical dispatch
priority system.
And according to Roche,
once dispatchers received a
second call saying the child
had more than one convul-
sion, the call was upgraded
based on that same system.

Brad Baker, the E911
emergency services coordina-
tor, and Roche, say the call
will be reviewed next week.
E911 officials say during
the period of time the incident
occurred, the closest ambu-
lance for the hemorrhage call
was an Escambia ambulance,
which is the one that was
heard driving with lights and
sirens near the Sportsplex. It
did transport the patient.

Jubilee may be having
The approximately 3,000-
acre area was planned to
become a community to sup-
port 10,000 homes, with a
Phase I of 588 homes, com-
munity parks, 25 miles of
interconnected natural and
paved walking paths and bik-
ing trails.
Now it is being reported
the development is on hold,
while investors are contacted
about additional costs associ-
ated with building. While offi-
cials refused to comment, Guy
Balencie of the Eagle Group

said Friday a statement will be
issued in the next couple of
weeks explaining is happen-
Balencie refused to com-
ment on the recent news
reports saying the rising cost
of building is a factor in the
halt of construction.
Two additional represen-
tatives from Jubilee Reality
had no comment when con-
tacted by the Press Gazette.
According to a Santa Rosa
County clerks office
spokesperson, no legal actions
have been filed against the
company, to date.

Arson suspected

in three Pace fires '

By CHRIS MCDONNELL Department Chief, both fires
cmcdonne) are being -ruled as arson and

Three suspicious fires in
Pace this month have officials
thinking 'arson'.
On Wednesday morning,
multiple fire departments
responded to two fires that
broke out at a house and
mobile home in the 4000
block of Hazelnut Street in
Pace at approximately 5:15
According to Donnie
Wadkins, Pace Volunteer Fire

were started when someone
threw something through the
windows of both places.
One residence, a mobile
home, has no electricity and
is not occupied. The resident
of the other structure house
was not at the residence at the
time of the fire, according to
There were no injuries
caused by the fire, and the
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Publix offering

free antibiotics

Rising health care costs
are an issue for many.
As a response to that
concern, Publix Super
Markets chain wide
announced on Monday that
they are starting a free drug
program for seven oral
The antibiotics include
Amoxicillin, Cephalexin,
Ciprofloxacin (excluding f
ciprofloxacin XR), Penicillin
VK, Ampicillin, and
Erythromycin (excluding


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"We believe that this is
an extension of our customer
service," says Damian
Stevens, Customer Relations
Manager for Publix.
"We are always striving
to provide our customers
with service and value," says
With the program, new
or current customers simply
provide their Publix pharma-
cist with their prescription,
up to a 14-day supply, and it
will be filled at no charge.
Publix is also not limit-
ing the number of prescrip-
tions that customers may fill
for free.
The antibiotics are
offered to customers regard-
less of their prescription
insurance provider.
There is currently only
one Publix in Santa Rosa
County, in Navarre, which
has a pharmacy, but stores in
Gulf Breeze and Pace are
planned for the spring of
2008 and officials say both
will have pharmacies.
According to Stevens,
the program will last based
open how responsive the
customers are. If the public
response is positive, Publix
officials say they plan to
continue the program.
The antibiotics offered
account for almost 50% of
the generic, pediatric pre-
scriptions filled at Publix.

The Black Water Pyrates pose for a shot during Tuesday night's National Crime Night Out. The Pyrates were one of many sponsors
that put the parade and other festivities together. Organizers say because of Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis, this was the first time that
the City of Milton Historical District was able to take part in the Crime Night out Not only was there a parade, but fingerpainting
for the children, a K-9 dog demonstration, water balloon toss, along with food were available.
Press Gazette photo by Chris McDonnell

Historic night out was 'great'

For the first time on
Tuesday night, the city of
Milton Historical District
took place in Neighborhood
Watch Crime Night Out in
downtown Milton. Because
of Hurricane's Ivan and
Dennis, the city was unable
to participate in previous
Night Out festivities.
Theresa Messick, who
was heavily involved in put-
ting together the festivities
for Tuesday night, says, "the
parade was fabulous, incred-
ible." She also says that there
was great participation
involved and that the turnout
was incredible.
She says that the night
absolutely exceeded her
expectations and that "it's
going to be better next year."
There was finger paint-
ing for the children of the
historical district, along with
a K9 dog demonstration,
water balloon toss, sack rac-
ing, and a hula hoop contest.
Ann Scott of the Black
Water Pyrates also partici-
pated in the festivities. "I
thought it was absolutely
incredible. The whole com-
munity came together."
Local businesses, police
and fire departments, and
individuals helped put
National Crime Night Out
together. "I am so encour-
aged that the businesses have
an interest in eliminating

crime," says Scott.
Connie Helms, co-owner
of Heavenly Creations in
Milton with his wife, went
through a rush of emotions
during the parade. His wife
recently had a brain tumor
removed and was released

from the hospital on
He says that not only is
he thankful to live in Milton,
but also of the neighbors that
they have.
"I'm proud to say that I
live downtown," says Helms.

He also praised the job that
Messick did in putting the
whole thing together.
"I was impressed with
how Theresa handled herself
on t.v. and everything.
Theresa represented our area

Robin Punyko, president of the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce, presents Commanding Officer
of NAS Whiting Field Joan Platz with a plaque on Thursday night at the Milton Garden Club.
Captain Platz will be retiring, and will be replaced by Captain Rick Sadsad. The official change
will be on August 17 at Whiting Field.
Press Gazette Photo by Chris McDonnell

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Wednesday, 10 a.m.
This is Fay. I live in
Santa Rosa County. This
heat not only kills people, it
will kill a pet that is left unat-
tended outside. If you have a
pet, it is your responsibility
to make sure the pet has
plenty of cool water to drink,
and a cool shady spot to
escape this heat.
Unfortunately, I am seeing
some very sad neglectful
conditions of pet abuse
going on around our county,
and I hope this message will
bring some attention to those
that are causing this extreme
torment for these animals.
Thank you.

Wednesday, 10:58 a.m.
Yes, this is Betty. In ref-
erence to the write-in in last
Wednesday's paper...I
believe it was, anyway. Paula
wrote in concerning the
Sheriff's Office budget.
Well, from this one would
assume that she must work
for the Sheriff's office,
because she couldn't come
up with anything any more
ridiculous unless she did
work for the Sheriff's Office.
As far as saving money and
allocating money for differ-
ent things in the Sheriff's
Office in the county, you
might start at the top. You
need to start at the top and go
down because how much
does our Sheriff get a year to
sit at a desk. He already has
a union telling his officers
what to do, so why do we
even need a Sheriff, I some-
times wonder about that.
And if you try to get a
deputy, a county deputy,
their working in Milton, they
don't work the county, you
might have two in the whole
county and the rest of them
are down in Milton. Another
thing concerning, I've called
about this before, the
Coldwater. Bridge where the
Tomahawk Landing people
use our road sides for their
parking place. I see they are
still doing that, I don't guess
that concerns the Sheriff, he
has not stopped it, and I
don't know. Do we get paid a
rent for Tomahawk Landing
to use our roadside? I'm
sure if it was me I would be
put off the road, especially
there at the bridge. A little
child is going to be killed
there, and when they do, I
will refer back to this cause
you have been notified.

You may Speak Out
any time, day or night. Just
call our Speak Out line at
623-5887 and leave your

Cecil D.
Cecil D. Ates, 71, of
Milton passed away on
Monday, August 6, 2007.
Mr. Ates was a native and
lifelong resident of Santa
Rosa County. He was retired
after over 35 years from the
Florida Department of
He is preceded in death
by his parents, Vinson
"Snake" Ates and Minnie
Cooley Ates; two brothers,
Clifford Ates and Clinton
Ates; and a sisters, Betty
Mr. Ates is survived by
his wife of almost 47
years-Judia "Judy" Ates;
son-Duane (Lena) Ates of
Pace; two brothers-Curtis
(Carolyn) Ates of Pride,
Louisiana, and Colvin
(Elaine) Ates of Jay; three
sisters-Barbara (Jimmy)
Barnes of Milton, Lillie
Rowell of Jay, and Johanna
(Vernon) Phillips of
Hawkinsville, Georgia; and
two grandson-Devin Ates
and Dillon Ates.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Ates were held at 2 p.m. on
Thursday, Augusts 9, 2007
at the Berrydale Baptist
Church Cemetery with Bro.
Kevin Goza Bro. Claine
Roberts officiating. Burial
followed in the Berrydale
Baptist Church Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
The family received
friends from 5 p.m. until 7
p.m. on Wednesday, August
8, 2007 at the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel in Milton.

Randall Thomas
Randall Thomas Edgar,
age 90, of Milton, passed
away on Monday, August 6,
2007. Mr. Edgar was a resi-
dent of Milton for the past
50 years coming from
Williamstown, WV. He was
a member of the First United
Methodist Church; a four-
year veteran of the U.S.
Army Air Corp. Mr. Edgar
served 30 years before retir-
ing from American
He was a 55-year
Master Mason of the
Williamstown, NV. Lodge
No. 129 and a realtor with
McCall Realty for 5 years.
He was preceded in death by
his parents Frank E. and
Effie J. Edgar; and his broth-
er Arthur H. Edgar.
Mr. Edgar is survived
by his wife-Pauline Z.
Edgar; his son-James R.
(Karen) Edgar; daughter
Mary (Howard) Harrold;

brothers David F Edgar and
Howard J. Edgar; sisters
Mildred Zielke and Mary
Hall; grandchildren, Randy
(Alisha) Edgar, Rich (Nina)
Hobby, James Edgar, Jessica
Edgar; great-grandchildren
Dillyn, Dammyn, Scott,
Zachery, Alexi, Logan,
Haley; and numerous nieces
and nephews. The family
wishes to send special
thanks to caregivers
Melinda Burnett and Ginger
Funeral Services for Mr.
Edgar were 11 a.m., Friday,
August 10, 2007 at the First
United Methodist Church of
Milton with Rev. Gerald
Shelton officiating. Burial
followed at Serenity
Gardens with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Visitation
was 6-8 a.m., Thursday,
August 9, 2007, at Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton.
Active pallbearers were
Randy Edgar, James Edgar,
Rich Hobby, David Wolfe,
Larry Arant, and Lee Diehl.
Honorary pallbearers were
First United Methodist
Willing Workers Sunday
School Class and United
Methodist Men's Group.
In lieu of flowers,
please make donations in
Mr. Edgar's memory to
either the Alzheimer's
Research Fund or The First
United Methodist Church
building fund.

Jerald A.
Jerald Allen Noonan,
65, of Pace, passed away on
Monday, August 6, 2007.
Mr. Noonan was born in Los
Angeles, California and had
resided in the Milton area
since 1977.
He was a Retired United
States Navy Master Chief,
with over 21 years of service
to his country. He was
retired from the United
States Civil Services with
over 15 years of service. He
was a member of the
Pensacola Rifle Association,
the N.R.A., the American
Legion, the V.F.W.,
AMVETS, and a
Distinguished Fourth
Degree Member of the
Knights of Columbus. He
was a member of the St.
Rose of Lima Catholic
Church. He was preceded in
death by his wife-Judith
Mr. Noonan is survived
by his wife-Penny Noonan
of Pace; two daughters-
Renee (Randall) Walker of
Victoria Texas, and Suzy
(Ken) Cora of Rhode Island;
and two sisters-Debbie
Hunt of Fresno, California,
and Aleene (Bob) Wilcox of

Bluegrass Concert and Jam

Session is set for August 25

The Gulf Coast members. Refreshments are avail-
Bluegrass Music The concert will feature able from PJC student clubs.
Association Monthly "Whitesands" at 6:00 and The Jam Session is a
Concert and Jam Session "Panhandle Express" at monthly event, family ori-
will be held on Saturday, 7:00. ented. Everyone is invited
August 25. The doors open at 5:00 and welcome. It is held
It is held at the PJC pm, with the concert starting indoors, so weather is not a
Milton Campus in building at 6:00 pm and the jam ses- factor in the event.
4200 which is also the sion for all abilities starting For more information:
Student Activity Center. at 8:00 pm. Call Charles Samuel, 850-
The cost is $3.00 for Door prizes and "Split 994-4070 or check the web
non-members and $2.00 for the Pot" are part of the fun. site:

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Aubrey, California.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Noonan were held at 9:30
a.m., Friday, August 10,
2007 at the St. Rose of Lima
Catholic Church in Milton.
Burial followed in the
Barrancas National
Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home of Milton
directing. The family
received friends from 5 p.m.
until 6 p.m. on Thursday,
August 9, 2007 at the St.
Rose of Lima Catholic
Church, with Rosary
Services being held at 6:00
p.m. at the Church.
Mr. Noonan had
Knights of Columbus
Honors and Full Military

Robert Richard
Robert Richard "Bob"
Rabinowitz, age 66, passed
away Tuesday, August 7,
2007. Bob was born in
Levenworth, KS, and was a
U.S. Navy P01, with over
20 years of military service.
He enjoyed the outdoors,
working on automobiles and
being with his family. He
was a member of the St.
Rose of Lima Catholic
Mr. Rabinowitz is sur-
vived by his wife of 42
years-Ruth Rabinowitz, of
Pace, FL; his son-Robert
(Sunhui) Rabinowitz, of
Pace, FL; two daughters-
Donna (John) Monea, of
Woodstock, GA, and
Rachelle (Jeff) Everts, of
Pace, FL; eight grandchil-
dren-Joshua . McCoy,
Rebecca Bishop, Stephen
Lindamood, Robert Michael
Rabinowitz, Ricky
Rabinowitz, A.J.
Rabinowitz, Sean Everts and
Sarah Rabinowitz; two
Hannah Bishop and Brian
Bishop; and his brother Jack
Rabin, of Sarasota, FL.
A Funeral service will
be held in Bob's memory at
10 a.m., Saturday, August
11, 2007, at St. Rose of
Lima Catholic Church with
Father Dennis O'Brien offi-
Interment service will
be at Barrancas National
Cemetery at a later date.
Visitation was from 6 to 8
p.m., Friday, August 10,
2007 at Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton.
A special thank you to
Dr. Cary Ostergaard at the
U.S. Naval Hospital.
Lewis Funeral Home
will be in charge of arrange-

City Government

* Milton City Hall, Mayor Guy Thompson, 6738 Dixon
Street, Milton, FL 32570. (850) 983-5400. City Manager,
Donna Adams.
* Gulf Breeze City Hall, Mayor Lane Gilchrist, 1070
Shoreline Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL. 32561. (850) 934-5100.
City Manager, "Buzz" Eddy.
* Town of Jay, Mayor Kurvin Qualls, 3822 Hwy. 4, Jay,
:FL 32565. (850) 675-2719.


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County Government

* District 1: Tom Stewart, Pace, FL 32571; Phone: 932-.
* District 2: Bob Cole, 8651 Riverstone Rd., Milton 32583;
phone 983-1877.
* District 3: Don Salter, 6000 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace, FL.'
32571; phone 994-6426.
* District 4: Gordon Goodin; 6467 Avenida De Galves,
Navarre, 32566; phone 939-4949.
* District 5: John Broxson, 6495 Caroline St. Suite M,
Milton 32570, phone 932-1340.
The Santa Rosa County Commission meets at 9:00 a.m.
on both the second and fourth Thursday of each month. The
leaders meet in committee at 9:00 a.m. on Monday's pre-:
ceeding the Thursday meetings. Meetings are held in com-.
mission chambers of the Administrative Complex on.
Highway 90. Phone 983-1877 for information or to reach:
their offices.

State Government

* Representative Greg Evers: 5224 Willing St., Milton
32570 983-5550 Email
* Senator Durell Peaden Jr., 598 N. Ferdon Blvd, Suite 100,
Crestview, 32536, 850-689-0556 - sun com-675-7930
* Governor Charlie Crist: PL05 The Capitol, 400 S. Monroe
St., Tallahassee, FL 32399 (850) 488-4441. Email: fl_gov-

Federal Government

* Rep. Jeff Miller: 1535 Longworth House Office Building,-
Washington, D.C. 20515; phone (local) 479-1183; (DC)
(202) 225-4136; toll free: (866) 367-1614; E-mail:
* Senator Mel Martinez: P.O. Box 536176 Orlando,FL
32853-6176 phone (407) 897-3130 fax (407) 897-8595
* Senator Bill Nelson: Room 571, Hart Senate Office
Building, Washington, D.C., 20510; phone (202) 224-5274,
(fax) (202) 224-8022.
* President George Bush: The White House, 1600
Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C. 20500; phone (202)
456-1414. Email
* Vice President Dick Cheney: Office of the Vice President,
White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.,
20500; phone (202) 456-1414.

School Government
* District 1: Diane Scott; 5710 Munson Highway, Milton':
32570, 983-0413.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton
32570, 623-6299
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarre
32566, 939-2661.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth Street, Pace
32571, 994-5446
* District 5: Edward Gray III- 1 Gray Oaks Lane , Gulf
Breeze, FL 32561 850-932-6287
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m.
on the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 5086 Canal St., Milton.
Phone: 983-5000.


Saturday-August 11, 2007

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Two fires were reported in Pace on the same morning, within
minutes of one another. Officials sa\ both fires are likely arson.
(above) A Pace firefighter soaks the root of one of the resi-
dences involved in two early Wednesdas morning fires in Pace
The resident of this house was not at home at the time of the
fire. The second blaze was located on the same street. Officials
are still looking for two juveniles %%ho are suspected of starting
a fire in the Santa Villia subdivision last week. A\alon, Ferry
Pass, Pace, and Escambia Fire Departments responded to the
fires. The State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating.

Press Gazette photo b\ Chris McDonnell



A look at the

futures market

Futures Markets .Weekly
Recap - Weather Problems
Overseas and Strong Exports
Push Wheat to New Highs
Wheat prices hit fresh
contract highs this week after
several analysts lowered their
estimates for overseas wheat
production. While both
Australia and the Ukraine
have been suffering through
droughts for weeks, major
European wheat growers were
hit with a deluge of wet
weather this week. Heavy
rains and localized flooding in
Germany, France and Britain
have damaged wheat fields
and made the harvesting the
remaining crop very difficult
in the near-term. With wheat
inventories already predicted
at record lows around the
world, this further hit to pro-
duction pushed wheat dramat-
ically higher on Tuesday with
the September contract rally-
ing 21.75 cents, or more than
3% on the day. On Thursday,
USDA announced that the US
exported more than two mil-
lion tons of wheat for the
week ending July 19. This
was a record for the current
year and was double what

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State Fire Marshall is inves-
tigating the incidents.
Pace, Avalon, and Ferry
Pass Fire Departments
responded to the scene.
On August 2, two chil-
dren are suspected of setting
fire to a residential house in
the Santa Villa residential
Pace Fire Department
responded to the structure
fire call on Del Prado Circle.
Avalon and Bagdad Fire
Departments also responded
to the call.
According to the neigh-
bor who called into the fire
department, two kids,
between 10-12, were seen
running from the scene.
According to Everett
Pfeiffer, President of the
Santa Rosa County
Firefighters Association, the
children cut the lock on the
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When they returned, fire
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The house caught fire
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Lewis says she believes an
window air conditioning
unit may have started the
The home was a total
loss. Firefighters worked the
blaze at both ends of the
mobile home as it continued
to flare up.
Temperatures in the
upper 90s made fighting the
fire especially hot work.
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window to get in the house,
where they used spray paint
to paint mirrors and a coffee
table. The children also
went into the attached
garage and mixed chlorine
and bleach, and put them on
pillows and blankets to set
them on fire. They also
sprayed vulgar words on the
garage floor.
Officials said people are
not living in the house at this
time and no fire damage was
Several matches were
found sitting by the pool and
garage where the fire was
located. Several knives were
laying around the scene.
An unrelated accidental
fire . was extinguished
Monday night on Mohawk
Firefighters from Bagad,
Avalon, and Pace Volunteer
Fire Departments responded
to the scene, along with

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occurs, apply dry sterile
dressing. Serious, extensive
cases should be seen by
Painful spasms usually in
muscles of legs and
abdomen possible. Heavy
sweating. First Aid: Firm
pressure on cramping mus-
cles, or gentle massage to
relieve spasm. Give sips of
water. If nausea occurs, dis-
continue use.
Heavy sweating, weakness,
skin cold, pale and clammy.
Pulse thready. Normal tem-
perature possible. Fainting
and vomiting. First Aid: Get
victim out of sun. Lay down
and loosen clothing. Apply
cool, wet cloths. Fan or
move victim to air-condi-
tioned room. Sips of water. If
nausea occurs, discontinue
use. If vomiting continues,
seek immediate medical
sunstroke): High body tem-
perature (106� F. or higher).

Hot dry skin. Rapid and
strong pulse. Possible
unconsciousness. First Aid:
Move the victim to a
cooler environment. Reduce
body temperature with cold
bath or sponging. Use
extreme caution. Remove
clothing, use fans and air
conditioners. If temperature
rises again, repeat process.
Do not give fluids. Persons
on salt restrictive diets
should consult a physician
before increasing their salt
Senior citizens can con-
tact the Council of Aging of
West Florida for assistance
for beating the heat.
A limited number of fans
and air conditioners may be
available. Call 432-1475 for
more information.

problem with fluid retention
should consult a physician
before increasing their con-
sumption of fluids.
* Do not drink alcoholic
* Do not take salt tablets
unless specified by a physi-
* Spend more time in air-
conditioned places. Air con-
ditioning in homes and other
buildings markedly reduces
danger from the heat. If you
cannot afford an air condi-
tioner, spending some time
each day (during hot weath-
er) in an air-conditioned
environment affords some
*Don't get too much sun.
Sunburn makes the job of
heat dissipation that much
more difficult.
Over exposure to heat
can cause minor to serious
conditions. Be aware of and
on the look out for following
symptoms of common heat
* SUNBURN: Redness
and pain. In severe cases
swelling of skin, blisters,
fever, and headaches. First
Aid: Ointments for mild
cases if blisters appear and
do not break. If breaking

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Everyone suffers when the tress.
summer heat becomes unbear- *Prevent s
able. As we continue to expe- can get sunb
rience extreme temperatures, cially short-I
don't forget the heat also dogs and cat:
affects your pets. and white h
Santa Rosa Animal pet's exposure
Services recommends all pet unusually stro
owners follow these simple veterinarian
steps outlined by Pets private brand c
America, an emergency pre- as a non-irrit
paredness and disaster relief that can be
resource for pet owners: her ears and
*Never leave an animal in before going
a parked car. Even when it's *Always
only 80 degrees outside, the mals have
inside of a car can heat up to water and sht
120 degrees or more in just down favorite
minutes. And, leaving the win- few times di
dows partially rolled down create an outc
won't do the trick. Even if you cooling system
plan to be in the store for "just dogs, try filli
a sec," your pet is at risk of a with water an
heat stroke. shade. Just b
*Keep animals out of the water oft
direct sunlight during the heat you don't ina
of the day, roughly 10 am to 6 new batch of
pm. Dogs can only regulate -Avoid st
their body temperature by with your do
panting and by a tiny amount hot days, anc
of evaporation of sweat during the i
through the pads of their feet. heat. In hot
When overheated, heatstroke narians reco
can occur and lead to brain activity to tlh
damage or death. Older, or late evenir
younger, overweight, and after the sun
snub-nosed breeds such as Be sure to bi
bulldogs, pugs, shih tzus, etc. make frequent
can have an especially difficult your dog to
time with the heat. Also, long- and keep act
haired breeds may need a utes or less.
summer trim to keep cool. *Test thi
Know the signs of heat stroke. from the side
Symptoms of heat stroke in your own tw
dogs include excessive panti- hot for you
ng, drooling, rapid pulse and your bare fe
fever. Immediately run cool hot for the
(not ice cold) water over the your pet's fe
animal and wrap with cool while it's nev
towels before transporting a pet to ride
your pet to the veterinarian, open pickup
Try offering your pet ice cubes principle app
to lick to begin to re-hydrate. hand against
Panting in cats is not normal, pickup truck.
and if it lasts more than a few face is too ho
minutes, can be a sign of dis- it's too hot fo


sunburn. Animals
urned too, espe-
haired dogs, or
s with pink skin
air. Limit your
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about an appro-
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ating zinc oxide,
applied to his or
nose 30 minutes
make sure ani-
access to fresh
ade. Try spraying
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during the day to
door "evaporative
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ng a kiddie pool
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he early morning
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ring along water,
nt stops to allow
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tivity to 20 min-

e heat radiating
*walk or street on
o feet. If it's too
to stand on with
et, it will be too
sensitive pads of
:et as well. And,
er a good idea for
in the back of an
truck, the same
plies. Place your
t the bed of the
If the metal sur-
ot for your hand,
)r your animals.

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fx&t tke tpeomin 2007 iima hiiM seasm .T6 ~band is 147 members stroM this gear
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Lynne Hough, Associate Editor


6A Saturday - August 12, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


Schools need change

BY v/r Jim Gschwind
USN/SW ret
Here we are facing another school year. Thank days of having
school age children are over but I have 7 grandchildren which I constantly dote
over and worry about.
How many of us are really worried about where our school system is going?
I begin to wonder when I realize that we are still experiencing such quick
growth spurts not just in Santa Rosa County but in most of the Northwest
Florida counties. Amazingly enough most of our counties are still "borrow-
ing" to build schools through school bonds and receiving hardly any in their
annual budgets from within their taxing authority limits. How long can this
borrowing go on? The last school built in Santa Rosa county cost approx $18
and it was an elementary school. Count on a high school to cost a bit more due
to the need for athletic stadiums and other such facilities. When one considers
that in one newly approved subdivision alone we have 9,800 dwellings (Jubilee)
and with an average of .5 school age children per dwelling this comes to 4,900
children total requiring about 5.44 schools since we limit them to 900 students
apiece this would come to approximately $100 million just for the school age
children in one subdivision in Santa Rosa County. This borrowed money at
4% is $4 million annually through the life of the bond. Considering bonds
become due after 30 years on average, this is $120 million in interest alone not
even counting the original $100 million that was borrowed over the life of the
loan.... What a wonderful gift to our children and grandchildren!
Do we really want to continue borrowing? Dr Tony Apap and other mem-
bers of the Concerned Citizens for Better Govt. presented these figures to local
school authorities in an effort to convince them that charging at least $6,000 in
impact fees for schools per dwelling (I say $8,000 is not entirely out of line)
would help add to the state and federal funds required to build these schools on
a cash basis and not burden our children and grandchildren with this enormous
debt. Fortunately they received the information favorably considering most
counties in high growth areas in southern Florida have been doing this for
decades with the highest being Collier County that charges a whopping $10,099
in school impact fees per dwelling and most such as Polk and Osceola charge
an average of $8,000 to $9,000 per dwelling which is a far cry from our mod-
est suggestion of $6,000.
I guess since I was around during the Lottery debates and votes of the late
80s I remember the promises (false of course) that the lottery would be a boon
to state and county education. We should have known then that if money is not
put in escrow or a special earmarked account rather than straight in the gener-
al fund where it is subject to a free-for-all grab, that the schools would see very
little of that money.
If we could only amend our lottery laws.....Georgia learned a lesson from
us and their lottery money ALL goes straight into the education a
result every school age child in Georgia can even get a free college education
financed by the state lottery. Boy, did we go wrong! Wish someone out there
could figure out how we can get our state to fix it so we get what was promised
back in '89!
I am so embarrassed to see these "cram the van" campaigns for supplies
that should be "no problem" for us. Every year the schools initiate "begging"
campaigns for paper and pencils and I find this ludicrous. I also find the fact
that in elementary school if a parent buys supplies for their children they are
immediately confiscated by teachers in classrooms for the "good" of the whole
classroom and the "less fortunate" and in the name of "sharing". Is this their
first exposure to Marx doctrine of wealth redistribution? I think so. I know
there are less fortunate, I was one of them as a single father raising my kids but
knew that if I could afford a TV and a car, I could certainly afford pencils and
paper for my kids. I travel both our local counties constantly and am in less
fortunate neighborhoods and homes and I have yet to meet a less fortunate fam-
ily without a car or TV. Is this the lesson we want to teach? I think not!
Pencils and paper at least...should be provided as they were in my day in the
classrooms. As far as I'm concerned that's the price of doing business in the
school system.
With funding shortages and tax cuts looming in the near future, perhaps
the county commissions should also be considering Impact Fees as a reasonable
manner with which to finance our infrastructure needs in high growth areas
rather than punishing current residents through taxation and our offspring
through bond issues and deficit spending. Before you counter with the suppo-
sition that impact fees will slow down "development", just understand that the
vast majority of other counties in Florida that were and are experiencing simi-
lar high growth only experienced a small "speed bump" on their road to expan-
sion and was barely noticeable in their growth statistics. Think about it....the
time for talk is just about over. I only mentioned a couple ideas, I'm sure there
are those of you out there that haven't gotten involved that have the solutions
we need brought do it! Go to your county commission meetings
and speak and attend school board meetings and address them with your ideas!
We need change and we need it now.

Vol. 100, Number 38

National Viewpoint


ByWilliam A. Collins

Gosh I'm hot!
It's killing me;
Have to up,
The old A/C.

Thank God for Al Gore! His
good work has made everyone
take global warming seriously,
sort of.
Hybrid k, 3
car sales ..
have mush- , .
floures - A&
cents have
taken over
the lighting
market, and
energy effi-
ciency con- William Collins
sultants are
making a bundle.
Even SUV numbers have
slumped, and GM has killed the
big Hummer.
Too bad carbon emissions are
still going up. A few stalwarts
driving hybrids aren't enough to
stop that.
Population increase and eco-
nomic development are burying
anything positive that we've
accomplished so far.
Do you really think China and
India will put the brakes on growth
just to head off a few thousand
flooding deaths?
They've always had floods,
and besides, they have too many
people anyway.
Or do you really think
Connecticut will stop building
office buildings or prohibit new
subdivisions just to keep the heat

Not on your bippy.
What we have done instead is
join a regional compact, RGGI,
which will further drive up the
price of electricity when certain
emission goals are not met. You
can guess who will get to pay for
Further, our secretive electrici-
ty regulators have already seen to it
that the only new power plants in
the state bum natural gas.
This is because, through the
magic of chemistry, gas burns
cleaner than oil or coal.
It spouts less C02.
Unfortunately the supply of
gas is volatile and the price is
zoomy. This makes 'it quite
But just as Al Gore lives in a
very large house and drives an
SUV, so the rest of us also are
reluctant to change our personal
Take the U.S. Senate. After
years of debate it finally passed a
bill requiring cars to get 35 miles
to the gallon. Hooray! . But it
won't take effect for 13 years and
is riddled with loopholes.
Plus the House may not pass it
and the President may veto.
Such is the power of the auto
industry which makes big profits
on big cars and little profits on lit-
tle cars.
That's OK with most
Americans who love horsepower
more than they hate heat.
Besides, heat doesn't really
affect us that much personally.
. For instance: rising seas most-
ly drown Bangladesh and Fiji, not
us; the only polar bears we'll ever

see anyway are in the zoo; dumb
people who build on the beach
know what they are getting into
and can jolly well put up with the
flooding; Africa has always had
droughts; so has California.
And if the problem actually
does turn serious in 100 years or
so, who cares?
We'll all be dead!
That seems to be
Connecticut's attitude. We
steadily build bigger houses, air
condition them, drive farther to
work, keep our stores, offices, and
theaters chilly, drive big cars, buy
more appliances, add outdoor
lighting, and eat lots of meat.
Our cure? To set pretended
limits on power plant emissions
and to tinker with C02 credits.
That will surely raise the price
of electricity, but juice will still
remain a small part of the family
We're likely to just pay it, as
we do with gasoline. Plus much
of the increase will be hidden in
the price of other things we buy.
Don't expect any of it to cause
much behavioral change.
Unfortunately only tougher
measures will do the job.
Let's talk about minimum
summer temperatures in stores and
offices, maximum temperatures in
winter, tolls on 1-95 and 1-84, lim-
its on new house size, limits on
household amperage, and other
draconian regulations.
Maybe it's time to bring back
Jimmy Carter.

Columnist William A. Collins
is a former state representative
and a former mayor of Norwalk,

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Riverfest most well-
attended despite rain

FM: Tom Scott
2007 Riverfest Chair

Dear Editor:

July 4 Riverfest 2007 (despite
area rains) was the biggest and
most well-attended Riverfest yet,
and it would not have been possi-
ble without your support.
In addition to being one of the
largest community events, many
attendees came from surrounding
communities by automobile and
boat. Area hotel and campgrounds
were referred to accommodate
festival-goers and participants
from as far away as Fort Walton
Beach and Montgomery, AL.
Riverfest continues to grow
and evolve into a destination
event hosting a daylong itinerary
of exciting activities for the entire
It would not be possible with-
out your support. Thank you for
taking pride in your community,

for supporting numerous volun-
teers, and for partnering with
numerous organizations, and
businesses necessary to ensure the
success of RIVERFEST 2007!
The Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce Board of
Directors, staff, and 2007
Riverfest Community Chair Tom
Scott, along with his committee
offer our sincere appreciation for
the opportunity to host July 4
Riverfest 2007 "A Celebration of
P.S. The Treasure Hunt gets
better every year! Thanks so

Scouts appreciate
support of Ollie's

FM: Steve Bohner
BSA Troop 427

Dear Editor:

In these modern times of
liability and lawsuits, it has
become increasingly hard to find
support for our Boy Scout.

The leadership and responsi-
bility taught by Scouting should
be a high priority in today's socie-
ty, and these programs do not exist
without expenses.
The Scouts raise money
through car washes, yard sales,
certain services to our community,
fundraisers and donations. Many
of these activities need a place of
high visibility, such as a business
parking lot on a main street to be
It has become quite difficult to
find businesses that will allow
Scouts to use their facilities for
However, there has been one
business that has always been sup-
portive of our troop. Troop 427
takes their hats off to Ollie's
Restaurant on Hwy. 90 for allow-
ing us to use their business on sev-
eral occasions to do fundraisers.
We are greatly thankful that
Ollie's Manager Bud Martin, is a
supporter in the values of
Scouting, and understands the
need for fundraisers to provide
troop needs.
More companies should
realise that we are raising future

leaders and businessmen and want
to support these types of programs.
Thank you, Ollie's, for that
And by the way, Ginny
deserves a raise. Our next car wash
is Saturday, August 25, from 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Please come by and help
us earn money for Scout uniforms.
Thanks a bunch.

Speak Out

In response to John (Aug 4
speak out)
John, the only way our county
commissioners would ever consid-
er putting a park in that area is if
they could put in ANOTHER
BOAT RAMP to further pollute the
rivers of this county, while they
continue to take away from our
youth. Outlawing skateboarding
anywhere but in their precious
park, while at the same time
threatening to close it to save
money, no four-wheeling on dirt
roads, balancing budget by making
youth orgs. pay for the lighting at
the ball parks, all while giving the
City of Milton 50,000 to rebuild
(you guessed it) a boat ramp.

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Community news briefs

Meeting Postponed

The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development
Council Meeting scheduled
for August 15, 2007 has been
cancelled. Instead the
Council will hold a Strategy
Meeting on Thursday,
August 23, 2007 at the
Navarre Beach Regency,
8525 Gulf Blvd., Navarre
Beach from 8:30 a.m. until
Noon. The meeting is open
to the public.
The North End
Committee of the Santa Rosa
County Tourist Development
Council meeting scheduled
for August 2, 2007 was can-
celled. Instead the
Committee will hold a
Planning Retreat on
Thursday, August 9th from
8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at
Adventures Unlimited,
Coldwater Creek, Milton.
The meeting is open to the

Weekly line dance
classes soon ready

Santa Rosa Community
School Weekly Line Dance
Classes starting again. Don't
miss out on the fun!
Date: 8/23/07

(Thursdays, for 14 weeks)
Time: 6:00-7:30 p.m.-
Beginning Class 7:30-9:00
p.m. - Intermediate Class
Place: Hobb's Middle
School, 5317 Glover Lane,
Who: All Ages (kids
under age 12 much have
If you have questions or
need more- details, call
Kingry's at 850-623-4235.

Harold ES to hold
Reunion August
Harold Elementary
School is having a Reunion
Saturday, August 25th at the
Rhodes Elementary School
Cafeteria, located on Byrom
Street in Milton. Time will
be 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. We're
asking each family to bring a
covered dish and share in the
meal with all your school
friends. A door prize donated
by TOPS TV of Milton will
be a Microwave oven.
We ask that you attend
and share all the memories
and fun that we had attend-
ing this wonderful school.
Please write a small article
of a memory that you had of
your time spent at Harold
ES. Also, ladies bring a
recipe of your favorite dish

as a cookbook of Harold
School is in the plans and
will have it ready by our next
reunion. Call Barbara at 206-
4968 with any questions. See
you there!

City of Milton
Computer Committee -
will meet Monday, August
13 at 8 a.m. in Conference
Room B at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton.
Meeting is open to the pub-
City Council - will meet
in Regular Session, Tuesday,
August 14, at 5 p.m. in
Council Chambers of City
Ordinance Review
Committee will meet
Wednesday, August 15th at 9
a.m. in Conference Room B
at City Hall.
Growth, Development
and Annexation to meet
Thursday, August 16 at 3
p.m. in Conference Room B
of the City Hall.
Personnel Committee
will meet Thursday, August
16, at 8:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B at City
For more information on
any of the above meetings,
call 983-5411.

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Keira Lynn

Keira Lynn Borkowski
was born Tuesday, July
10, 2007 at West Florida
Hospital, Pensacola.
Keira weighed 7 pounds
10 ounces and was 19.5
inches long. Her happy
parents are Angela
Ammons & Nicholas
Borkowski. Keira's little
sister is Kiley Nicole
"Welcome home little
Princess, we are so
happy to have you. We
love you. -Love, Daddy,
Mommy & Sissy."

\ Keira Lynn Borkowski /

Laughter is the best medicine

Tickets on now on sale for Annual Evening of Comedy

Art Association to sponsor

'Paint Santa Rosa' Contest

To further interest in the
arts in Santa Rosa County,
the Greater Navarre Beach
Arts Association (GNBAA)
is coordinating a new contest
called: "Paint Santa Rosa!"
Open to all artists who
are members of GNBAA or
those who live in Santa Rosa
County, artworks using
watercolors, acrylics, oils,
pastels and mixed media, can
be entered into this contest.
There are four (4) cate-
gories, representative of
Santa Rosa County:
Beach Scene - a painting
of the Gulf Islands National
Seashore or a scene from the
12 mile coastal region of
River or Nature Scene -
includes Blackwater River

Area, Black Water Heritage
Trail, or a rural scene in the
Downtown Scene -
Navarre, Milton, Bagdad,
Jay, any local town scene.
Animal Scene - includes
the Gulf Breeze Zoo, or relat-
ed/nature scene with wildlife
found in our county.
Artists may enter one or
all categories. Each entry
may not be larger than 24" x
36" and smaller than 8" x
Each entry will have a
fee of $10.00 and must have
entry form from GNBAA
website attached.
You may frame entries
but that is not mandatory.
Entries will be due on
October 9, 2007 and deliv-

ered to GNBAA location,
between 3 pm and 7 pm.
All entries will be dis-
played at the Navarre Beach
Fall Festival of the Arts
(October 12, 13, 14).
The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development
Council has been consulted
for grant monies for prizes
for this event.
Winning paintings in
each category will be dis-
played in the new Navarre
TDC building following the
Following this display,
entries will be displayed at
the Dragonfly Gallery in
See:, for
contest details and entry

Milton may be Gateway

Community on Florida Trail

Soon, the city of Milton
could be one of only four
Gateway Communities on
the Florida Trail.
During Monday night's
city council meeting, mem-
bers decided to go forth with
pursuing Milton as a desti-
nation spot along the 1,400-
mile trail.
Council members will
vote again during Tuesday
night's regular session meet-
ing. If approved, the City of
Milton will be a. Gateway
A letter written to City
of Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson by Vernon
Compton, President of Main
Street Milton, states that
designation of Milton as a
Gateway Community will
assist Milton in marketing
the community as a nature
based tourism destination,
leading to economic benefits
for local businesses and
more awareness by the pub-
lic of natural areas in and
around Milton.
Donna Adams, City of
Milton City Manager, states
that "There are absolutely
no negatives" regarding
Milton as a Gateway
The Florida Trail, start-
ed by Jim Kern in October
of 1966, starts less than 40
miles from suburban Miami

and extends north to
Suwanee and west to the
Blackwater State Forest.
The trail is one of only eight
national scenic trails in the
In Santa Rosa County,
the trail passes from Navarre
Beach north through
Blackwater River State
Forest to Alabama and east
through Eglin Air Force
The trail connects to
Milton by way of Florida
State Road 1, the historic
brick road that runs from
Milton east to Blackwater
River State Forest.
"We hope that it will
increase the range of out-
door activities and play a
role in the cities develop-
ment," says Gale Thames,
Chairwoman of the
Economic Development
Committee for the City of
In order for a communi-
ty to apply for Gateway
Community status, key cri-
teria include proximity to
the Florida Trail, availability
of accommodations, from
hotels to Bed & Breakfasts
to campgrounds, availability
of restaurants, and addition-
al outdoor recreation oppor-
tunities such as other hiking
trails, biking trails, pad-
dling, birding, boating, fish-
ing, beaches, etc, or tradi-
tional visitor draws such as

historic districts, museums,
shopping, or major attrac-
As part of the; agree-
ment, the Florida Trail
Association would provide
the City promotion oh the
Florida Trail Association
web site, outreach materials,
and two Gateway
Community signs.
The association will
also regularly maintain trails
near Milton and would lead
hikes in the area.
In return, the City would
agree to promote the
Association, make informa-
tion available to the public,
and encourage the establish-
ment of businesses that sup-
port nature based tourism.
They would keep track of
the number of visitors who
come to the Gateway
Community- because they
are seeking a destinations
where they can go hiking,
and work with the local
Florida chapter to promote
periodic guided hikes or
develop a signature annual
hiking event.
Thames believes that
this will be positive and
affective in attracting a new
set of visitors to the area.
If county members
approve the proposed
agreement, Milton will have
three designations, the first
two being a bird sanctuary
and a tree city.

Tickets on sale now for
Annual Evening of Comedy
Tickets are now on sale
for the 13th Annuals
Evening of Comedy
Benefiting Covenant
Hospice, to be held on
Saturday, Sept. 8 at The
Hilton Pensacola Beach Gulf
Front, located at 12 Via De
Luna Dr.
Hosted by Sue Straughn,
the evening includes a silent
and live auction, hors d'oeu-
vres, gourmet dinner, cash
bar and a whole lot of laugh-

Nationally known come-
dian Buzz Sutherland, will
provide e evening's enter-
Sutherland has been
named Comedian of the Year
a record 16 times by
American's Colleges and
Most recently he has
been nominated by
American Entertainment
Magazine as Comedian of
the Year for 2007 for the sec-
ond year in a row.
Tickets are $100 and
.proceeds benefit Covenant

Hospice, a non-profit organi-
zation providing compas-
sionate, quality care for
patients and loved ones fac-
ing end-of-life issues.
To participate in this
great event or for:more infor-
mation, contact Emily
Cowan at 202-0840.

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AFRICAN METHODIST 5621 Hwy 90, Milton -Susan St. Church of Christ
EPISCOALjION -Fil Am Baptist Church 600 Susan St. Milton.
Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church 5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton -West Milton Church of Christ
n0i3 Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, 53nn u;,,. on Noeo

-Greater Bethlehem AME
5299 Richburg St., Milton
-Trinity by the Fields
4980 West Spencerfield Road, Pace
-First Apostolic Church
5574 E. Highway 90, Milton
-Pace Apostolic Church
4763 Old Guernsey Road, Pace
-Bagdad 1st Assembly of God
4513 Forsyth Street, Bagdad
-East Milton Assemby of God
5174 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Ebenezer Assembly of God
Ebenezer Church Road, Jay
-Faith Chapel Assembly of God
205 South Airport Road, Milton
-First Assembly of God
6163 Dogwood Drive, Milton
-Harold Assemby of God
10495 Goodrange Rd, Milton
-New Harvest Fellowship
-Assembly of God
E. Highway 90, Pace
-Jay First Assembly of God
400 S. Alabama Street, Jay
-McLellan Assembly of God
6050 Three Notch Trail, Milton
-New Hope Assembly of God
9550 Chumuckla Hwy, Pace
-Pace Assembly of God
3948 Hwy 90, Pace
-True Grace Fellowship
Assembly of God
5178 Willard Norris Rd., Milton
-Welcome Assembly of God
8581 Welcome Church Road, Milton
-Berryhill Road Baptist-ABA
3095 Berryhill Road, Milton
-Bethel Missionary Baptist -ABA
6178 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
-Fellowship Baptist Church ABA
5223 Hwy. 90, Pace
-First Missionary Baptist -ABA
3949 Pace Road, Pace
-Galilee Missionary Baptist-ABA
Hwy 90, West Milton
-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Faith Baptist
6423 Hamilton Bridge Rd, Milton
-First Baptist of Harold
10585 Goodrange Drive, Milton
-Liberty Baptist Church
6763 Margaret Street
Milton, FL 32570
-Mount Pilgrim Baptist
5103 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Street, Milton
-St. John Divine Missionary Baptist
5363 St. Johns Street, Milton
-Bible Baptist Church of Pace
4001 Vemi Street, Pace
-Bible Way Baptist Church
5976 Dogwood Drive Milton
-Brownsdale Baptist Church
Chumuckla Hwy. Jay
-Joy Bible Baptist
8613 Hwy. 90, Milton
-Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist
5550 Econfina Street, Milton
-Solid Rock Baptist
6760 East Gate Road, Milton
-Trinity Baptist . . .
5301 Highway 90, Pace
-Victory Baptist
4000 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-West Florida Baptist

-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-Berrydale Baptist Church
6730 Hwy, 4, Jay
-Billory 1st Baptist of Hoiley-Navarre
Highway 87 North Holley
-Blackwater Baptist
11689 Munson Hwy., Milton
-Calvary Baptist
Hwy. 89,Allentown
-Cora Baptist
12953 Hwy 197, Jay
-East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Ferris Hill Baptist
6848 Chaffin Street. Milton
-First Bagdad Baptist
4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad
-First Baptist of Garcon Point
1780 Garcon Point Rd., Milton
-First Baptist of Milton
6797 Caroline St., Milton
-Florida Baptist Convention
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
-Floridatown Baptist
3851 Diamond Street ,Pace
-Harmony Ridge Baptist
5536 Hwy. 90 W, Pace
-Hickory Hammock Baptist
Hickory Hammock Rd, E.Milton
-Immanual Baptist
4187 Hwy. 90, Pace
-James Street Baptist
6658 James Street, Milton
-Jay First Baptist
214 S. Alabama Street, Jay
-Living Truth Church (Contemporary)
Meeting at S.S. Dixon Intermediate
School, Pace
-Mount Calvary So. Baptist
5300 Berryhill Road Milton
-New Bethel Baptist
10995 Chumuckla Hwy., Jay
-New Life Baptist
6380 Bayberry Street, Milton
-Mount Pleasant Baptist
6151 Dogwood Dr., Milton
-Olivet Baptist
5240 Dogwood Drive Milton
-Pine Level Baptist
3300 Pine Level Church Road, Jay
-Pine Terrace Baptist - -
6212 Pine Blossom Road Milton
-Pleasant Home Baptist
S5nn Plcjasnt Home. Murim-ri
-Sjriia Roj Baiprn Ao,
t(8.1' H,, i 87 North Milton
-Spring Hill Bjpii'i Church
9214 Mlun,.,n H%* Milnm
-Wallace Baptist Church
6601 Chumuckla Hwy.
-Woodbine Baptist Church
4912 Woodbine Road Pace
-Mt. Bethel Baptist
175 Limit Street Milton
-New Macedonia Baptist Church
4751 Chumuckla Hwy. Pace
-New Providence Missionary Baptist
4175 Popcorn Rd., Milton
-St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
6457 Park Ave. SW Milton, FL
-Sheperd House Ministry
5739 Stewart St. Milton
-New Hope Community Church
Meeting at Russel Center at Locklin
Tech, Berry Hill, Milton
-Bagdad Chuch of Christ
4413 Garcon Point Hwy., Bagdad
-Berryhill Church of Christ
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace,
-Jay Church of Christ
- E. Highway 4, Jay
-Margaret Street Church of Christ
6745 Margaret Street, Milton,
-McLellan Church of Christ
Munson Hwy Milton

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-Pea Ridge Church of Christ
4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge

-Ferris Hill Church of God in Christ
909 N. Alabama St., Milton
-World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St., Milton
-Community Chapel Church of God,
4300 Pace Lane,
South of Wal-Mart
-Church of God in Christ
5887 N. Stewart St., Milton
-Covenant Church of God
4645 School Ln., Pace
-Church of God of Prophecy
600 Glover Lane, Milton, FL
-Community of Christ
6656 Raymond Hobbs St.Milton
-Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints
5737 Berryhill Rd., Milton
-St. Mary's Episcopal Church
6842 Oak St. Milton
-Milton Victory Ministries
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
-Living Faith Church
7400 Reformation Rd Milton
-Hollandtown Holiness Church
1851 Pineview Church Rd, Jay
Contact: Hansel Prescott 675-4346
-Cobbtown Holiness
4700 Greenwood Rd
Jay, FL 32565

AttendtRe church of your

INDEPENDENT Cch oce t6is Sunday!
-Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton 4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton PRESBYTERIAN PCA
-Church of the Living God -Westminster Presbyterian Church PCA
TLTAc, AN)nTTN ATT N AT 33i75 Garcnn Pt Milton 6659 Park Avenue, Milton

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-Evangel Christian Church
6763 Margaret St. Milton
-Ken Sumerall Ministries
4901 Forest Creek Dr., Pace
-Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
5696 Berryhill Rd, Milton
-Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church
6076 Old Bagdad Hwy , Milton
-Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Dr., Milton
-Chumuckla United Methodist Church
9475 Hwy. 197, Chumuckla
-Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist
8008 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-1st United Meth.Church of Pace
4540 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine, Pace
-Bagdad United Methodist Church
4540 Forsyth St., Bagdad
-First United Methodist Church
6830 Berryhill Rd., Milton
-Jay United Methodist Church
300 South Alabama St., Jay
-Mae Edwards Memorial United
Methodist Church
5052 Mulat Road, Milton, FL
-Pineview United Methodist Church
1400 Pineview Church Rd. Jay,
-Wesley Memorial United Methodist
4701 School Ln, Pace, FL
-Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine Rd., Pace
-First Church of the Nazarene
5162 Avenida Del Fuego, Pace
-Christian Life Church


4587 Woodbine Road ^J|L .
Pace, FL 32571
Ph 995-4553 ... ,

Rev. Shuford White, Pastor

10:30 AM: Worship 10:30 AM: Children's Church
(Summer Schedule)

First United Methodist
Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

Worship Service @ 8:30 & 11:00
Sunday School @ 9:45
Youth Fellowship @ 5:00

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!

Covenant Church of God
4645 School Lane Pace, FL 32571
Behind CiCi's Pizza in Pace
Senior Pastor, Benny Turner
Youth and Children's Pastor, Tom Jenson

Where the Spirit of God is Moving!
Sunday 10:00 AM Celebration Services for Adults & Kids
Wednesday 7:00 PM Adult Bible Study/Youth & Kids Clubs
Nursery is provided for all services
Cell groups for all ages

Committed to excellence as * NUrv- Jesus.
Come grow with usi

Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987)
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am,
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:00 pm
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm- , ' ,
Preschool - All Services -. _
8351 Hickory Hammock Fo-.3, Milic., * t2 .89., * o, r,':.r,,r n..:rymr cA.r..,' r.
Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama * Children & Youth Ministries and I' t more'

Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers


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


* 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

Ronnie Christian

-New Testament Church
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
-Shepherd House Ministries
5739 N. Stewart St., Milton
-Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart St., Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
-Gospel Lighthouse Church
10001 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
-United Pentecostal
Church of Berrydale
7580 Hwy. 4, Jay
-Mount Zion Pentecostal Holiness
5532 Osceola St., Milton
-Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness
2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
-New Vision Worship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton
-Roeville Holiness Church
Munson Hwy., Milton
-Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy 164)
Jay, FL 32565

-First Presbyterian Church of Milton
5206 Elmira St. , Milton, FL
-Pace Presbyterian Church
4587 Woodbine Rd., Pace, FL
-Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church
5339 Zero Ln., Milton, FL
-Mount Zion Primitive Baptist Church
603 4th Av., Milton, FL
Milton SDA Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton
-Milton Seventh-Day
Adventist Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton
-First Pentecostal Church of Bagdad
4636 Forsyth St., Bagdad

-Bay Area Vineyard Church
Milton Community Center
5629 Byrom Street, Milton

Come find your place with Us!
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church

S Sunday School - 9 a.m.
Worship Service - 10 a.m.
Pastor Mark Dees
4701 School Lane


Episcopal Church
The Rev. John Wallace
\ .j | Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
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Pictured left to right: Gene Gabbert, Bill Patrick and Wieland Atchison.

The American Legion Edeker-Dubose Post 121
The American Legion Edeker-Dubose Post 121, Jay, and its Auxiliary Unit 121 held their
Installation of Officers and Dinner on Monday evening, August 6, 2007. Dinner began at 6 p.m.
Honored guests from District 1 were served first, as is the tradition of the Legion. District Officers
were 1st District Commander Fletcher Williams, Jr. of Crestview, 1st Vice Commander Bill Bingle,
Judge Advocate Fred Scheme, Service Officer Carl Davis, and Sgt.-At-Arms Carl Scheel. The
Installation of Officers for the Auxiliary was first. It was conducted by Charline Warrick, since she
was a past District President. New Auxiliary officers are Brenda Gabbert, president; Charline
Warrick, vice president; Polly Atchison, secretary; Wanda Garrison, treasurer; Faye Goodman, his-
torian; and Sgt.-At-Arms, Rose Emmett. Next came the Legion Installation of Officers, which was
conducted by 1 st District Commander Fletcher Williams, Jr. of Crestview. New Legion Officers are
Commander Gene Gabbert, Financial Secretary Bill Patrick, and Adjunct Wieland Atchison. Other
new officers were not present.

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The Jay Area Chamber
of Commerce met Monday,
August 6, 2007 at the Jay
Community Center.
Lunch, provided by Jay
Hospital, was enjoyed at
Before lunch, a prayer
was offered by Oakland Ard
and the Pledge of Allegiance
to the Flag was given.
Mike Hutchins brought
the meeting to order as
guests Benny & Edith of
Century and Pam Corcoran
of Berrydale were intro-
duced. Last month's minutes
and treasury reports were
Since there was no spe-
cial guest speaker, Edith
Barnes reported that a
Reading Program Workshop
will be held in Century this
Jodi Butler was not
ready to give ideas about
increasing revenue and
membership for the Jay
He reported that the
Marine Corps League col-
lected so many used cell
phones that well over
1,00,000 minutes have been
earned for our military over-
Each cell phone collect-
ed earns a 250 minute phone
card for one of our military
Matthew Dobson plans
on attending the September
meeting to see if the cham-
ber can help with Jay's nest
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Jackie S. Ard reported
on Military Affairs. She dis-
cussed the damage done by
two hurricanes on Whiting
Field's landscape and build-
ings. Progress is coming
along. Whiting Field is
known as the Crown Jewel
of Aviation.
Donna Tucker,
Executive Director of the
SRC Chamber of
Commerce, reported that the
Hail & Farewell was sched-
uled for Thursday, August 9
at the Milton Garden Club.
Captain Joan Platz
retired as Commanding
Officer as Captain Rick
Sadsad took over the new
command. Oakland and
Jackie Ard were attending
for the Jay Chamber of
Donna Tucker gave out
the Santa Rosa County/Jay
Area Chamber of
Commerce Membership &
Community Information
Guide for 2007-2008.
Bruce Godwin told the
membership that the
Quarterback Club radio pro-
gram has been dropped from
WKNU in Brewton, AL.
Bruce reported that the
SRC Farm Tour held this
past July was a big success.
There were 5 bus loads
of people who participated.
About 250 people were
served lunch.
The honored Farm
Family of the Year was the
Rufus Hayes Family.
Bruce also reported that
Rhodes, Navarre and Jay
Elementary schools will be

involved in a school pro-
gram, "Adopt A Farmer."
The farmer will visit the
students 2 times and the stu-
dents will also be visiting
his farm twice.
This program begins
with the 3rd grade students
in the spring and will follow
them up as 4th graders in the
fall, I understand.
First day of school is
August 20th. The first foot-
ball game will be August
Benny Barnes, Century
Council, wanted to know if
the Jay Chamber was going
to help the Century
Chamber again this year
with the Industry
Appreciation Dinner.
A committee was
formed to work with Sabrina
Owens to see if it can be
Jodi Butler and Jackie
Ard are to meet with Sabrina
Owens, Marketing, for
Escambia River Electric
Cooperative, which usually
helps in sponsoring this
event, along with Gulf
The event is held in
Tucker reported that the
SRC Chamber will hold
their Industry Appreciation
Dinner on Wednesday,
September 19, at the Santa
Rosa County Auditorium.
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Chamber meeting is sched-
uled for September 10, due
to the Labor Day holiday.
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Section B

Slocum is leading

Milton's PGA hopes

E Watson saw great start fall apart
on back nine at Southern Hills CC

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Milton has three of a kind
working at the PGA
Championship at Southern
Hills Country Club in Tulsa,
While Graeme Storm
found his name atop the leader
board at five under after the
first round, there are a few
who are within striking dis-
1995 PGA Champion
John Daly is two shots back at
three under par, while defend-
ing champion Tiger Woods is
six strokes back after carding
an opening round of 71.
Locally Heath Slocum is
the closest to Storm with his
round of 72 that left him at
two over for the tournament as
of Friday morning.
Slocum, who is tied for
36th, battled his way back
after a triple bogey on the sec-
ond hole put his at two over on
the day, but he found a way to
finish the front nine at even
par after a birding on the ninth
The back nine was not as
kind with bogeys on No. 12
and 16 along with a double
bogey on the 15th hole.
While Slocum is expected
to make the cut with a solid
second round, his fellow for-
mer Panther linksters are not
doing as well.
Boo Weekley is currently

at six over par, while Bubba
Watson got snowed under in
the Tulsa heat and finished the
first day at nine over par.
Weekley is tied for 103rd
place overall thanks to seven
bogeys and just one birdie on
the first day of the
Weekley's birdie came on
the fifth hole.
For Watson, who is tied
for 132nd, the first round got
off to a brilliant start with a
birdie on the first hole, but a
front nine at two-under par
was quickly erased with a
double bogey at the turn on
No. 9.
The back nine was even
worse for Watson, who spon-
sored the 50th Annual Divot
Derby, which was played
entirely in the Pensacola area,
with a triple bogey on 10 and
a snowman on the par four
Pace's Ben Bates is tied
for 63rd at one under follow-
ing the first round on the
Nationwide Tour at the
Northeast Pennsylvania
Bates went out at two
under at the Glenmaura
National Golf Club, but fin-
ished the back nine at one over
after a bogey on the 18th.
Chad Collins currently
leads the Northeast
Pennsylvania Classic after
round one at nine under par,.,

UWF Argos look ready

under new leadership

New University of West
Florida Athletic Director Todd
Davis is looking at moving
ahead, but his focus is on sup-
porting the programs not chang-
ing them.
year the
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enjoy yed e
one of their . ,
most suc-

years ath-
letic wise in
the schools
30-year his-
Davis, Davis
who took
over the athletic department from
the retired Richard Berg, has set
some big goals and took his first
step in achieving those goals with
a media luncheon Wednesday.
"The biggest thing for me is
just getting the word out," said
Berg. You do not replace a person
like Richard Berg.
"My goal is to work more on

marketing and promotions now
that the community has had time
to rebound from the hurricanes."
Last year UWF hosted the
NCAA Division II Fall Sports
Championships and is preparing
to do so again this year.
As for the college's teams
the men's soccer program was
one game away from playing for
a national title, as was the men's
tennis team.
The women's soccer pro-
gram reached the national tour-
nament for the fifth consecutive
year, while the baseball and vol-
leyball teams reached the NCAA
Division II South Central Region
semifinals before they were elim-
"We have a lot of great
coaches and athletes here at
UWF," said Davis. "One of my
goals this season is to help get the
word out about what we have
here at the university."
The UWF fall sports season
will get underway next week
with the men's and women's
cross country teams conducting a
charity run for the Arthritis

The Andrews Institute is not only a place for the elite athletes to be treated, but the local athletes who are returning to school as well
as everyday Santa Rosa County residents. The Institute opened earlier this year through a partnership between world renouned ortha-
pedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews and Baptist Health Care. The Institute not only treats patients, but offers learning opportunities to
other orthapedic surgeons around the world while hosting symposioms to educate coaches and trainers on how to help prevent
injuries before they occur.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

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During an athletic compe-
tition a parent's worse fear is
when their child suffers an
Thanks to the Andrews
Institute and Baptist Health
Care those fears are now
reduced, as they are able to
receive prompt medical atten-
tion to help them return to the
playing field or as normal of a
lifestyle as possible depending
on the severity of the injury.
"Part of our outreach to
the schools in Santa Rosa
County is to have at least one
trainer and in some cases a
trainer and a half," said.
Jeremy Lowery, Director of
Sports Medicine at the
Andrews Institute. "Our staff
is very well trained with bach-
elor degrees and taking 80
continuous education hours of
training every three years.
"And most of that training
is now done right here at the
Ironically the best part of
this deal is this service is
offered to the county's high
school athletic programs free
of charge paired with the fact
nearly 3,000 physical were
given to student athletes in
Escambia and Santa Rosa
County at no charge as well.
One thing the trainers,
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Florida State tight end D.J.
Norris and linebacker Jae
Thaxton have been medically
disqualified and no longer are
on the team, the school's
sports information department
confirmed Wednesday.
Norris, who was moved
from defensive line to tight
end during the spring, will
soon undergo his sixth shoul-
der surgery. The 6-foot-3, 245-
pound junior from Pace
received a medical redshirt
last year with an identical
"He just can't make it
D.J. Norris is seen putting pres-
sure on the quarterback in a
game against UAB during his
career at FSU.

The Andrews Institute also features a state of the art rehabilitation facility with a wide variety of sta-
tions so there is plenty of room for the athlete or individual to work at returning to 100 percent fol-
lowing a surgery procedure or possibly prevent having-to have surgery.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

s stop Pace's Norris

back, can't be cleared," FSU
coach Bobby Bowden said.
"He's not going to play any
more football."
Thaxton, a 6-3, 246-pound
sophomore linebacker, was
disqualified due to multiple
concussions. The Hartwell,
Ga., native's first concussion
last season came against
Clemson Sept. 16. He missed
four straight games and suf-
fered a second concussion in
his first game back against
Maryland Oct. 28.
FSU practiced as an entire
unit for the first time
Wednesday, a day after open-
ing preseason drills with split-
squad sessions. The
Seminoles again worked out
in helmets and shorts. They
can don shoulder pads starting

Early emphasis on
Wednesday was placed on
special teams. Tony Carter,
Damon McDaniel, Brandon
P a u 1 ,
B e rnard a r d
Brinson and
Russell Ball ..
worked as :'
kickoff and
punt return-
e r s .
and Dionte
A I I e n Norris
kicks in Tuesday's afternoon
The Seminoles ran
through the typical drills,
including pass skeleton, pass
rushing and 11-on-11.

However, early practices often
fail to yield tangible results,
especially given the fact
there's little or no contact.
The real test, Bowden
said, is when the pads are on
and players start playing phys-
ical football.
"They're all in shorts so
they all look like All-
Americans," Bowden said.
Several freshmen trotted
onto the field with new num-
bers Tuesday afternoon. Most
notably, Easterling switched
from No. 19 to 82, which orig-
inally was taken by Norris.
Veteran players Carter and
Xavier Lee also will have new
numbers this season. Carter
switched from No. 15 to 4,
while Lee now is No. I after
wearing No. 9 his first two

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Kyle Buch, who is being
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Motorsports by Dale
Earnhardt Jr., will be going to
Joe Gibbs Racing.
Busch is reportedly set to
take over the car being driven
by J.J. Yeley.
No one would confirm the
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Ray Evernham and George
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ment is expected within the
next two weeks.
Busch selected JGR over
Dale Earnhardt Inc., which
many felt the younger brother
of Kurt Busch would become
the number one driver.
Busch, who joined
Hendrick Motorsports at age
17, has four Cup wins and
eight Busch Series victories to
his credit including the first
win for the Car of Tomorrow.

nis way
Evernham will oversee
the competition side of the
partnership and serve as the
teams Chief Executive
Officer, while Gillett will
oversee more of the business
side of the team.
The merger involves driv-
ers Kasey Kahne, Elliott
Sadler, and Scott Riggs who
all have been struggling due to
some flawed information used
to build most of the team's
cars this season.
Evernham, who has gone
back to the 2006 Chargers, is
working on that problem,
while Gillett is working on
securing sponsors like
Budweiser for next season.

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East Milton Youth
Soccer: Sign-ups for the
East Milton Fall Soccer
League will run through
Sept 1.
This league is for play-
ers U6 through U18.
Sign-ups will be held
from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
each Saturday at the East
Milton Youth Complex.
For more information,
contact the EMYA Soccer
Director at 994-8510.
Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Spring Soccer:
Registration is currently
ongoing for the fall recre-
ational season, online regis-
tration is available at the
FCSR website www.fcsan-
A fee is involved in par-
ticipation with this soccer
league, there is an addition-
al fee for team jersey.
Individuals interested in
coaching or assisting can
sign up on the volunteer
page while registering their
child or email vicepresi-
dent@fcsantarosa. com.
More information on the
recreational and select soc-
cer programs is available on
the club website.
East Milton Rummage
Sale. The East Milton Youth
Association Cheer and
Football departments will be
having a multi-family rum-
mage sale Aug. 11 from 7
a.m. to 1 p.m.
The yard sale will be
held at Clark's Lock and
Safe on Berryhill Rd.
For further information
call 723-7493.
Milton QB Club Fish
Ery Milton High School's
Quarterback Club is kicking
off the 2007 football season
with a Fish Fry/Membership
drive on August 17th from
5-7 p.m. at Milton High
There will be ' scrim-
mage games starting at 7
p.m. between Milton's
Varsity, JV and 9th grade
Q u arte rb a c k
Memberships are $30 per

family and include 2 dinners
at the Fish Fry as well as
Preferred Parking at all reg-
ular home games.
Membership funds are used
to support our Panther
Football Team.
For more information
call 450-5655.
Stonebrook Golf
Tournament: Stonebrook
Golf Club will be holding a
men's invitational on Sept. 8
and Sept. 9
This tournament will be
an individual format.
For more information on
fees for members and nom-
members contact
Stonebrook Golf Club at
Milton Football
Reserve Seating: Reserved
seating for the 2007 Milton
Panther football season is
currently on sale.
Seats are $42 each and
covers all home varsity and
junior varsity football
For more information
contact Milton High School
at 983-5600.
Panther Passes On
Sale Now: Milton High
School has announced
Panther Passes are on sale.
A Panther Pass is good
the purchaser and thier
immediately family to attend
all Milton regular season
athletic events.
Panther Passes are $175
and can be purchased at the
high school.
For more information
call 983-5600.
UWF to rasie funds for
Arthritis Foundation: The
University of West Florida
Men's and Women's Cross
country teams will be run-
ning for a cause on Friday,
August 17th when they par-
ticipate in the first annual
"From Jay to the Bay
Charity Relay".
The 30 UWF student-
athletes and coaches will
participate in this inter-
squad relay race to raise
funds for the local office of
the North Florida Arthritis
Foundation. "The Arthritis

Foundation helps a lot of
people in the Pensacola Bay
area, said UWF Head Cross
Country Coach Matt
Dobson. One of my goals
for the new team this year is
to see more community
involvement among the stu-
dent-athletes. I've had the
vision of this inter-squad
relay race for a long time
and I'm glad we are going
forward with it this year."
The runners will partici-
pate as co-ed teams and
start from the parking lot of
Cora Baptist Church in Jay.
They will run south on
Chumuckla Highway, turn
right onto Highway 90, go
across the Causeway and
end with a lap around the
UWF track. A distance of
approximately 32 miles.
The UWF athletes and
coaches will collect dona-
tions and pledges for the
next 2 weeks leading up to
the event. All money raised
will go directly to the
Arthritis Foundation. If you
are interested in donating,
please contact the UWF
Cross Country office at
850-474-2141. If you want
more information about
what the local Arthritis
Foundation can do for you
if you suffer with this dis-
ease, contact your local
office at 850-471-1541 or
Whiting Field
Tournament: Whiting Field
Golf Association 4-man
scramble is set for 8 a.m. on
August 25. This will be a
shotgun start with a comput-
er blind draw with "A", "B",
"C", and "D" players on
each foursome. Signup
sheets are posted at the
Whiting Field Clubhouse.
More activities can be
found at
and Jook for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you cga ;check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.

terry Gray trom Iartlett, lennessee neaas a strong contingent or wingea sprnnint car anrivers expect-
ed from five or more states into Saturday night's O'Reilly United Sprint Car Series "Southern
Shootout" at Southern Raceway in Milton. Gray won the series' first race at the speedway on April

Sprint Cars to race Southern

Special to the Press Gazette
The O'Reilly Auto Parts
United Sprint Car Series
Southern Thunder Tour
invades Southern Raceway in
Milton, Florida for the second
time this season on Saturday
night, August 11th. The event
is the final scheduled appear-
ance of the 2007 this for the
worlds fastest and most pow-
erful short track race cars at
the high-banked 1/3 mile clay
oval located just off Highway
Saturday night's event
features a full program of rac-
ing for the exotic, 700 horse-
power, winged Outlaw style
sprint cars that weight just
1300 pounds.
The O'Reilly USCS sprint
car racing action includes test
and tune hot laps, the six car

SMilton High Schooli
Schedule Football

Price Available for Youth up to XL
1-Week Only
Aug. 8th thru Aug. I Ith

6207 Caroline St. ~ Milton

six lap Lucas Oil Power Dash,
qualifying heat races and main
events including the 30-lap
O'Reilly USCS Southern
Shootout A-Main event.
The A-Main winner will
receive $2000 and it pays
$250 just to start the A-
Feature event. Including post-
ed bonuses over $2,500 is up
for grabs! All of Southern
Raceways regular weekly rac-
ing divisions are also on the
racing card with the O'Reilly

USCS sprint cars.
Sprint car entries from five
or more states and as far away
as Arkansas are expected for
the special event. Pre-entries
include the April 7, 2007
O'Reilly USCS winner at
Southern Raceway, Terry Gray
from Bartlett, Tennessee.
For track information,
ticket pricing and directions
v i s ' i t or
call 850-623-2333


Continued From Page One
who mostly go unnoticed until
there is an injury during a com-
petition, work on that most peo-
ple do not see is preventative
"Jeremy's team does a great
job is working with the athlete in
preventing something going
from bad to worse where seeing
an orthopedic surgeon like Dr.
Andrews is necessary," said
Alex Lincoln, a former player
with the San Francisco 49ers
and head of Athletes'
Performance, which is another
part of the Andrew's Institute in
Gulf Breeze. "With their work
in injury management it takes in
most cases a small problem and
keeps it from becoming a much
larger issue."
Some of the more innova-
tive items the institute is a part of
includes the football course
hosted by Dr. Andrews during
the spring for coaches, orthope-
dic surgeons, athletic trainers,
but they have also just released a
DVD to every high school in the
nation through the National
Athletic Trainers Association
concerning traumatic head and
neck injuries, which is the sec-
ond leading cause of death in

The first cause of death is
cardiac arrest, which Baptist and
the Andrews Institute also
addresses during the free physi-
"To help the student athletes
by the time they will have grad-
uated they should have received
one free EKG (electrocardio-
gram)," said Nikki Troxclair,
marketing manager with the
Andrews Institute. "These are
very expensive, but this test can
detect if there is something
wrong with the heart and if spe-
cial action is necessary.
"No one else in the country
is doing this and this is one of
Dr. Andrews' big crusades."
The biggest thing about the
institute, which opened back in
April of this year, is the fact
anyone can be and is treated
"You have to be here to see
a high school athlete, a profes-
sional athlete, and a grandmoth-
er or just someone who had a
similar surgery as they urge each
other on during rehab," said
Lowery. "It is really amazing
how they bond and develop
friendships while working in an
effort to return to 100 percent."

Comuiy pot Rsut

Wednesday Morning
Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Aug 8, 2007

High Game Women:
Brenda Gilley - 199
High Game Team: Blue
Birds - 407
High Series Women:
Brenda Gilley - 508
High Series Team: Cosmic
Katz - 1299
League Final Standings: 1.
Cosmic Katz 27.5-12.5, 2.
Blue Birds 22.5-17.5, 3. B-
J's 21-19, 4. Miss Fits 20-
20, 5. Pink Flamingos 19-
21, 6. Lonesome Dove 10-
League Notes: Jackie
Rowell ended the season
iwth a 120 USBC Award
following g her game wiht
an average of 87. This is
Jackies first sanction
league to bowl in. The
Alley Cats winter league
will get underway on Sept.
5, starting at 9 a.m. Call
623-6807 for more infor-

Southern Raceway
Results for Aug. 4
UMP Modified Feature: 1.
Nick Poole, 2. Buddy
White, 3. Matt Miley, 4.
Aaron Perritt, 5. John
UMP Modified heat win-
ners: Heat 1 - Nick Poole;

Heat 2 - Buddy White.
Hogg Feature: 1. Jonathon
Cotton, 2. Alan Seitz, 3.
Mike Bailey, 4. Mike
Lowery, 5. Jason Cooper.
Hogg heat winners: Heat
1 - Michael Lowery Jr.;
Heat 2 - Chris Oldenburg.
Street Stock Feature: 1.
Calvin Cook, 2. Phillip
Lambeth, 3. Brandon
Harris, 4. Adam Ellison, 5.
Preston Porter.
Street Stock het winners:
Heat 1 - Calvin Cook;
Heat 2 - Phillip Lambeth.
Vintage Feature: 1. John
Cody, 2. Danny Shores, 3.
Chirs Bayhi, 4. Raymond
Ray, 5. Lucas Morris.
Vintage heat winner:
Heat 1 - Chris Bayhi; Heat
2 - John Cody.
Crate Late Model
Feature: 1. James Ussery,
2. Bobby Morrison, 3.
Frank Wilson, 4. Jonathan
Joiner, 5. Joshua Joiner.
Hobby Feature: 1. Dean
Shaw, 2. Ricky Gilmore, 3.
Bo Bailey, 4. Allen Colley,
5. Joseph Joiner.
Hobby heat winners:
Heat 1 - Dean Shaw; Heat
2 - Joseph Joiner.
Stinger Feature: 1. Gary
Hirman, 2. Robert Garret,
3. Scott Schenkel, 4. Mike
Roland, 5. Patrick Stanley.
Singer heat winners: Heat
1 - Mike Roland; Heat 2 -
Aaron Kiavnis.


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Leg. 8/858
This intent to issue a permit (File
No. 57-0254824-00D1-DF) to
Gooden Homes, Lot 6, Block 0,
Floridale Subdivision, to impact
0.21 acres of DEP wetlands for
the construction of o
.-,-l-l..r.;l residence with an
. ' ,,1 . onsite conservation
easement, is hereby granted un-
less a sufficient petition for an
administrative hearing is timely
filed under sections 120.569
and 120-57 of the Florida Stat-
utes as provided below.
The project is located at Lot 6t
Block 0 adjacentisouih ao
1702 Fuller Rood, in the Flori-
dale Subdivision Navarre on
unnamed wetlands, Class III wo-
ners of the State- Se-tc.- 21
S : ? .'e, Ranoe 27
� .-: i.,.-. 301 23'
S: . L,. W -6' 57'
S: - . :," " :, Coun:y.
-he procedures ror : - .: ,:
ior a hearing are set I:-" f-
A :rson , ,- 7ubston-.a in-
"erests are :1- - J by he De-
:.artment's action may petition
for cen administrative oroceed-
A II-..:arinq) under sections
: -. ? and 120-57 of the
: : Statutes. The petition
must contain the information s"r
forth below and .. -:' be filed
)received by the c1.t ;n the Of-
tice of General Counsel of the
departmentt at 3900 Comnmon-
weolth Bouievard, Mail Sinionr
35, Tallahassee, Florida
:2399 3000.
becausee the administranve hear
ng process is designed tA rede-
,-rmrne final agency action er,
ie application, the fing ao a
petition for n administrative
hearing may result in a modifi-
atioa of the Oermit and lesa=
or even a denial of the applca-
tion. Accordingly, tie applicant
is advised nor to coihmence
construction or other activities
under this permit/lease until the
deadlines below for filing a pe-
tition for an administrative hear-
ine, or request for an extension
ot ime have expired
Under rule :" - 1 i.: - :
the Florida . .-.- . r.. - : : j
a person whose iubstar. al in-
terests are affected by t i De-
partment s action may ae re-
quest on extension ot lime aD file
a petition foi on administrative
hearing- the Department may,
for good cause shown, rant
the request for an extension of
time. "Requests for extension of
time must be filed with the Of-
fice of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
35, Tallohassee Florida
32 99-3000, before the appli-
cable deadline A timely re-
quest foar extension of time shali
toll the running Time period for
filing a petition until the request
is acted upon If a request is
filed late, the Deportment may
still grant it upon a motion by
ine requesting party showing
that the failure to file a request
�or an extension of time before
'hie deadline was the resull of
excusable neglect.
In the event that a timely and
sufficient petition for an adminis-
trative hearing is filed, other
persons whose substantial inter-
ests will be affected by the out-
come of the administrative proc-
ess have the right to petition to
intervene in the proceeding. In-r
tervention will be only at tne dis-
cretion of the presiding officer
upon the filing of a motion in
compliance with rule
28-106.205 of the Florida Ad-
ministrative Code.
In accordance with rules
28-106.111(2) and
62-110.106(3)(a)(4), petitions
for on administrative hearing by
the applicant must be Tiled
within 21 days of receipt of this
written notice. Petitions filed by
any persons other than the ap-
plicant, and other than those en-
titled to written notice under sec-
tion 120.60(3) of the Florida
Statutes must be filed within 21
days of' publication of the notice
or within 21 days of such no-
tice, regardless of the date of

, 0 - ...11Q.04 n. " m 1 4ar.o Aem Il
Florida Statutes, however, any MAY CONCERN whose resi- OUTCRY TO THE HIGHEST BID- Defendants. OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. TO: BRIAN D. METER AND
person who has asked the De- dence is unknown if DER THE FOLLOWING DE- Leg. 8/848 U KNOWN SSPOUSE OF
portnent for notice of agency J. _':..- -.. be living; and if SCRIBED PROPERTY, SITUATED, NOTICE OF ACTION All other creditor of the dece- BRIAN D
action may file a petition within ,. .1., r be dead, the un- LYING AND BEING IN SANTA NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE dent and er prsns having leg. 8/851 unknown
21 days of such notice, regard- known defendants who may be ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA: To: Edar Fuller also known as aims or demands ainst the and
less of the date of publication, spouses, heirs, devisees, grant- Edar. Fuller Jr NOTCE is heby an hadecedents estate, including n- IN CIR COURT e
ees, assinees, lienaors, credi- Lot 37, WOODCREST ES- 81 9Molino street pursuant to WRIT FC EXECU matured, contingent or unliqui- THE FIRST JUDICIAL OR- R i e maybe
The petitioner shall mail a copy tors, trus ees, and all parties TATES, beine a portion of Sec- Navarre, FL TION issued in Circuit Court o dated claims, must file their CUI OF THE STATE OF spouses heirs
of the petition to the applicant claiming an interest by, through, tion 19 township I North, Santa Rosa Counly Florida, on claims with this court WITHIN 3 FLO IN AND FORos
at the address indicated above under or against the defend- Range 8 West, according to And all parties claiming inter- he 1st day o February, 2007 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF SANTA AROSA COUNTY o , trus , al
at the time of fiin. The failure ants, who are not known to be the map orlant thereof as re- ests by through, under o in the cause wherein SEA FIRST PUBCATION OF THIS GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION dainmg ani
of any person to ile a petition dead or alive, and all parties corded in Plat Book "C," page against Edgar Fuller aA/a Ed- SHADOW HOMEOWNERS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Cuae No. 07-92-CA under or against h ef -
for an administrative hearing or having or claiming to have any 700, of the public records of gar S. Fuller, Jr. ASSOCIATION INC was FILED WILL BE FOREVER ns who nota wn
pursue mediation as provided right, itle or interest in the prop- Santa Rosa County, Florida. plaintiff and Tk. JONES AND BARRED. BENEFICIAL FLORIDA INC. or parties
below within the appropriate erfy described below. AND ALL PARTIES HAVING PATRICIA JONES were defend- Plain r d to any
time period shall constitute a FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMA- OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ants being C Nse No. The dale of first publication ofle i in prop.
waiver of those rights. YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the insti- TION CONCERNING THE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR IN- 06413-CA in said court, . this Notice is August4, 2007. vs n orgage
t ouron of this action bv Plaintiff ABOVE PROPERTY CONTACT TEREST IN THE PROPERTY Wendell Hall, As Sheriff on.
A position thai "-.' the me- :i . you, seeking to quiet ti. ASSISTANT U.S. ATTORNEY HEREIN DESCRIBED; Santa Rosa County, Florida, PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE JOAN H. SPENCEr UN-
terial lfcis on .." -r.. Depart , , the following described PAUL ALAN SPROWLS AT have levied upon all te right KNOWN SPOUSE Of JOAN YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ment's action is based must con property in Santa Rosa County, (850) 942-8430. ALL SALES YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-A eand interest of the palinf. /S/ Gloria S. Hamilton H. SPENCE and UNKNOWN hat an action to foredose a
tain the following information: Florida: ARE SUBJECT TO CONFIRMA- tion to enforce a partition for A SADOW GLORIA S. HAMILTON, Peti- OCCUPANTS, TENANTS mortgage on the following prop
TION OF THE COURT. real property on the following HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA- tioner OWNERS AND OTHER U ery
(o) The name and address of SEE ATTACHMENT "A" METHOD OF PAYMENT IS BY property in Santa Rosa CountyI, lON in and to the following 3900 Highway 182 KNOWN PARTIES, including, if
each agency affected and each POSTAL MONEY ORDER OR Flonda: described real prapy to wit y, Florida 365 a named defendant is de- A THAT RC O LAN
agency s file or identification ATTACHMENT "A" CERTIFIED CHECK MADE PAY- telephone: (850) 994450 asked, the personal represent- IN SANTA ROSACOIITY
number, if known ABLE TO THE U.S. MARSHALS Lot(s) 10 , Block 8. Second Ad- DESCRIPTION OF PROP- olives, the survivingsporse , T OF FLORID& I
(b) The name, address, and tee- A parcel of land in Section 31, SERVICE. TEN PERCENT OF diion to lNavarre Subdivision, a ERTY ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL theis, devisees,= grAson,y OOK 2F 2 I NA
phone number of the petitioner; (Jacob Kelker Grant) Township HIGH/ACCEPTABLE BID IN subdivision according to plot REPRESENTATIVE tors, and al oiler parties claim- D BOOK 6,
the nme, address, and tele- North Ranae 29 West, de- CERTIFIED CHECK OR thereof recorded in Plt Book C, All of the Common Area of Sea S/ Michael L Cumpton ing by, through, under or 1. ID
phone number of the petitioner 's scribed as follows: Begin at a CASHIER'S CHECK INO Page 31, of the public records Shadow a subdivision of 9 por- Michael L Cumpton against that defendant, and al 1-2526-1920-000
representative, if any, which point in the West line of said CASH) WILL BE ACCETED of Santa Rosao County, Florida tion of Section 32, Township 2 Attorney for Petitioner cimnts, persons or parties, 010, BEIG KNOWN
shall be the address f i service Section 31 a distance of 534 WITH THE BALANCE DUE (Subject Property"). South, Range 28 West, Santa Florida Bar Number: 999733 natural or corporate, or whase AND bE NA ,AS LOT
purposes during the course of feet South 15 degrees West of WITHIN 48 HOURS. Lt(s) 11 Block 8, Second Addi- Rosa County Florida, accord- Ryan, Hides Cumplon & exact legal status is unknown, 16 BLOCK 9 HOLEY BY
he proceeding; and on exolo the Northwest corner of said tion to Navarre Subdivision, a ing to the plat of that subdivi- Curmpll, UP claiming under ny hof Ie TH 1 SEA, F D IN PMA
nation of how' the oetitioner's Section 31; thence East 173 DENNIS A. WILIAMSON subdivision according to plot sion recorded in Plat Book C at 22 Norha a Street above named or deibed de- BOOK -B, PAGE 155
substantial interests ore or will feet to West boundary of State United States Marshal thereof recorded in Plat Book C, page 189 of the public records , 32502 endnts
be affected by the agency de- Road right of way; thence south- Northern District of Florida Pge 31, of the public records of said county .Me Common Telephone (850) has been filed against you and
termination, early parallel to and 35 feet from of"Santa Rosa County, Florida Area conveyed hereby isde- 432-0029 Defendants you are required to se
c) A statement of when and center line of said road a dis- BY: /S/ TAMARA ("Subject Property"). ined in Article, Section 4, of copy of your wrilltten dee , i
how the petitioner received no- tance of 346 feet; thence West DUNNIVANT the Declaration of Covenants 080407 OF SUIT DAID J.
tice of the agency decision; 204 feet to a branch; thence TAMARA DUNNIVANT has been filed against you and Conditions, and Restrictions of 081107 - Ea Pnolr o V1, SwR
d) A statement 'of all disputed Northerly meandering along U.S. Marshals Service you are required to serve a Sea Shadow recorded in Offi- 8/349 address is 801 S Uivert
issues of material fad. If there said branch to a point where copy of your written defenses, if cial Record Book 621 at page TO: JOAN H. SPENCE Drive #500 Pantaion,
are none, the petition must so in- West prong :f :.a;d c r.ich cros- DATE: July 18, 2007 any, to if on Daniel P. Saba, the 374 of the public records of leg. 8/850 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF 33324 on or ore Au t 28,
dicoare; ses the West l..- .: :-d Section plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- Santa Rosa County, Florida. JOAN H. SPENCE .007, (no later in 3 days
(e) A concise .:1- ..-i of the ul- 31 a distance ot 577 teet South 072807 dress is 4557 Chumuckla High- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UNKNOWN OCCUPANTS, om dae of the first p bi.o
timate facts :1.; .-- -.l..di- 15 degrees West of.-the North- 080407 way Pace Florida 32571 on And on the 25th day of SEP- FOR SANTA ROSA TENANTS, OWNERS AND ion of his notice of action) an
the specie :: : . : west corner of said Section 31; 081107 or before'August 28, 2607, TEMBER, 2007 I sho er this COUNTY, FLORIDA OTHERUNKNOWNPA ES file he original with thecler of
rioner contends warrant reversal thence North 15 degrees East 081807 and file the original with the property for sale, at the east PROB DIVISION Residence: Unknown this rt either before service
or modification of the agency's along West line of said Secion7/812 clerk of this cou eiherbeore n door of the Sant Rosa File No. 57-2007--223 Mailing Address: Unkmown on tainFs a eYorn imme-
arooosed' action, and d adwrceod43fietiopoiatof service on the plaintiffs' attorney Criminal Justice Facily, in Mil- Division diteyth ere otherwise a
'A s:ratem.nt : ihe sp ehc' . As desmiobed in OR l -gor immediately thereafter; other-ton, Santa Rosa County, Ror- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED default will be entered ag
rules or s i- to te - .. PG 196 Leg. /82 wise a default will be entered ida, at the hour of 1:00 p.m.on IN RE: that an action to foreclose a ou for the relief dean n
t!ore' -:-NT EO :": rvr- ar ...IE ..M.NISTR. against you for the relief de- or as soon thereafter as ss- mortae on the folowinq prop- he omPdit or peion ed
salr .. .. e- ParcelD C Or ADM S A- anded the ompint e. I will offer for sale a the ESTATE OF SARAH E. erly in t Rosa , f - herein
cy's P .o.osed .ction, 3i1 :-"'"., T00 IVE COMPLAINT 'said painliff's SEA SHADOW BROWN ida:
(g) st t- re-D f "' -i :.i W Case No.: CD2006-0180; This the 27 day of July, 2007. .HOEOWN S ASSOCIA- Deceased WITNESSmy hand and heseal
sou b '-e peioner, - - D 242661 TION right, tlile and interest in LOT 15 BLOCK 2 HIGHlAND of this C at SANTA ROSA
preisel ihe oion that : MARY M. JOHNSON the a'oresaid real property, at NOTICE TO CREDITORS PARK SUB)SION. ACCORD- C n Florida this 30 day
ioner vs the aen to ake You are required to serve a TO MONA R BOSWELL, Clerk of Circuit and County public auction and wiltse the ING TO PLAT EREOF RE- July, 7.
ih es e o her c- a our written defense if Court same, subject to taxes, all prior The administration of the estate CORDED IN A BOOK B AT
posed na n on a to i on James E. An Administrative Complaint to CIRCUITCOURTSEAL liens, encumbrances and lug i of Sarah E. Brown, deceased. PAGE 3, OF THE RECORDS OF -K OFT C COURT
S" ,' - Trustee for Parkview impose an administrive e BY: Angela I Dunn mets if any to the hies and whose date of death was Feb SANTA ROSA COUNTY R- CIRCUIT COURT SE
A pei th does oi spu - .. : 9/25/2006 Plaintiff has been hied against you You Deputy Cerk best bdder for CASH IN 7 2007. is ng in IDA AND NG IN S N
the ma"eialfaot on which Th e hwho dr Pssis Febble have the right to reqes a ahea- Deputy b es id Ay 17, 2007, is pdng in the IDA, AND BEING IN toN BY:EA CT, wdit.
the material s or, which e whose address is 579 Pebble ave the right toequest a hear HAND The proceeds tobe p- Circuit Court for Santa Rosa 4, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH DEPUTY ER
- . - - action is based Ridge Dr, Milton Fl 32583 on t prsuant to Sections 080407 plied as far as may be to the County, Florida, Probate Divi- RANGE 28 WEST.
.' :.: no such facs ore or before Auoust 31, 2007 no 1a 0.59s and 120-57, Florida 081107 payment of costs and the satis- sion File Number LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
in d.spule and otherwise shall later than -::. . m the date Statutes, by mailing a reques 8/346 adin of the abovedescribed 57-007-CP-223, the address has been filed against you, STERN
contain the ameinformation as othe hrs ., of this no- orsmeto the Floridaetexecution, of which is P 0. Box 472, Mil- JOAN H. SPENCE, UN ATTORNEY FOR PIAINTFF
set forth ' equiredby ic o action) and file original ment of Agriculture Leg. 8/847 ton, F. 32572. The names and KNOWN SPOUSE oF JOAN 801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE
rule 28 , Undei sec with he Cler of this Court ei- sumer Services Division of WENDELL HA, SHERIFF OF addresses of the personal repre- H SPENCE AND UNKNOWN SUITE 500
lions 12'.56912l'! and (dl af the- before service on Plaintiff censing, Post bifice Box 3168, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN SANTA ROSA COUN" FLOR- senlative and the personal OCCUPANTS TENANTS, PLANTATION FL33324
the Flor t e o immedatel thereafter, other- AND FOR SANA ROSA DA representative's attorney are set OWNERS, AND OTHER U- 07-82496
ior rot - i-- wie a defaulft will be entered 32315-316. IIareuet tir COUNTY, FLORIDA By:/s/Rosin Rogers foith below. KNOWN PARTIES, and you IN ACCORDANCE WIH THE
hbe dismnsse . : i against you for the relief de- earTgOis 2 Rosie r ied ema copy
the petition does not subic mrcanded in the complaint or pe-ays rom the date of the last Ee eriff All creditors are required to serve py of AMERICANS WITH DISAB I.I-
hily plin 'n tCDeputyyourP ittendefenes if any to TIES ACT,
iy comply i :. :'. e- tin iled herein, publication, the right to hearing HOLEY BY THE SEA IM- and other irsons, who hove it, on the Plainmtiff's attorney, disablies eedg a spei
quirements or is li ... nm ths malter wn be waived PROVlEMENT ASS~OCIA- IF YOU HAVE A DISABI TY RE- claims or demands against whose name and address is EN aocoM odCI ould olt
Witness my hand and the seal and the Department will dispose TON, INC., QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM- decedent's estate, including un- RICO G. GONZALEZ PA_ COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
This r, ir. ad ffi of ths Court at Santa Rosa f this cause in accordance with pln MODATIONS OR TO AR- matured, contingent or uniqui- 6255 East Fowler Avenue Tern- the SANTA ROSA County
on -;e dal rile wie h ihe Clerk T.... Ulorida, this 19 day of ow c RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP- dated claims, and who have pe Terrace, Florida 33617, Courthouse at
of the - . : ,' J peDi- , , - ' vs. ERTY PLEASE CONTACT JAN- been served a copy of this no- and file the original wilh th 1-800-558771 (IDD r
lion is - .... wilh 0 8047 ICE hA (850N 983-1281 AT tire, must file their claims with clerk of the a e le Court 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
the cbove L -- the ima1/ il '- -hnson, 080407 DORCASDIXON, LAST STESA L 7) DAYS PRIOR this court WITHIN THE IATER on or before Sepember 7 RelayService
inc of p on rder ,il i ,ot i.., ' The Circuit Court 01 TO THE SA0L DATE. OF THREE 131 MONTHS AFTER 2007, 2007. others, a ju
be effecra ve unitl Frter -rder or CI.CUIt COURT SEAL 081807 Defendants. THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU- me ny be entered 080407
the DDepanmenL By: Brenda Norris 7/828__ 080407 CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR you for the relie dmae 0807
Deputy Clerk Leg. 8/843 NOTICE OF ACTION 081107 THIRTY 30 DAYS AFTER THE tCompaintorPetition.
This permit constitutes on order 0818 07 DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY t
of th- - --i The appli- 072507 Auction TO: Dorcas Dixon 082507 OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ITNESS my hand andthe
cant i :. I ..,-. to seek udi 080107 202 Revere Dr. 8/84 sea of said t on July 31,
ciai . . order under 799 Security Self Storage at Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547 All other creditors of the dceN- COleg. 8/853
section 20.68 of the Florida _________4391 Hwy 90 Pace FL 32571 dent and other persons who 2
Statutes, by the filing of a notice will sell at public auction by YOU ARE HEREBY notified that Leg. 8/849 have daims or demands against MaryM.Johnson IN CIRCUJIT CO IT OF
of appal under r r - i :. competitive bidding on an action for foreclosure of a . the decedent's estate, including CeiofheCor E 1ST JUDICIAL RCUIT,
Irc, ,' Rules c- .. , 7/8t WEDNESDAY - AUGUST lien and collect past due home IN THE CIRCUIT COURT u.lturld . coningel or un CIRCUITCOURT SEAL IN AND FORSANTA ROSA
Proc h t - 15th 2007 At 2:00 pin on owners association assessments OR SANTA ROSA dated daim musl Fe ti BBranyNors
Depoin inr the, - :- IN THE UNITED STATE remises where said property against the Defendant, Dorcas COUNTY FLORIDA . Zarms wih this court WIIN eputyClerk GE A SDTI
Gene :' . CT hasbeen stored Purchases must Dixon has been filed and you PROBATE DVSION THREE 3) MONTHS AFTER DIVISION
rr- " ..-:.. Mail So ITR T bpdfor at timeofpurchase ave been identified as the De- File No. PR HE DATOF HE FIRST PUB- In accordance with te Ameri- CASE NO: 07-330 CA
ti :. ., : . orida, FLORI DdSTRICT OF icashor credit card only. fendont herein by virtue of that 57.2007ap 95 CATION OF THIS NOTICE cans With Disabilities Ad. per-
3. filig FLORIDA certain Lien recorded March sons needing a special acom- GMAC MORTGAGE, .LC
copy ofi notice of ti-, 2 PENSACOLA DISIONc
op by the CASE NO. 3:01 cv26 -RV All purchased items are sold as 22, 2006, in 0OR. Book 2580, IN RE JAMES ANTHONY ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED modaotion to participate in this PLAINTIFF
,comaneis moved at the time of the sale Paae 842 of the Public Records PA- I.ON Deased WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Hearing should contact the VS.
.lin� 'es iTAh the approprie TAT AMERICA Sale is subject to cancellation in of '-anta Rosa County, Florida, NOTWTHSTANDING THE A.D-A. Coordinator not later
h co t a ppeal The n ethe event of settlement between and you are required to serve a NOICE TO EDITORS TIME PERIODS SET FORTH than seven . days prior to the THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
lie... owner and obligated party. Of- copy of your written defenses, if The Odministration tIe estate ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED roceeding the Fonda Relay HEIRS DEVISEES GRANTEES
within 30 days from 'h" do,- eice number any, to it on William B. Price, of JAE ANTHONY HAM. TWO 121 YEARS OR MORE AF- Service ntl-800-955-8770. ASSIGNEES. EIORS CRED.
when the final o rder is filed wi th vs 850-994-0033 Anchors, Smith, Grimsleyr, P IL TON deceased File No. TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE TORS TRUSTEES AND All
the Clrk i the Deortmen JEFFREY A GSCHwENDE attorneyfor Plaintiff, whoe a- 572 P-195 is ndi- OF DEATH IS BARRED. 080407 OTHES WHO MAY CLAIM
Land and Water Av i e --. MAFRIE B. GSCHWENDER AND 080107 dress is 4460 Legendary Drive, the Circuit Court for anto osa 081107 AN INTEREST IN THE ESTE
-r-eAR-RGSC N NDt080407 Suite 190, Dsin, Florida Coun Foda, Probate D- THE DATE OF FIRST PUBICA- 081807 OF BRANDON J. PERKINS, DE-
Commissio,. msint b, - -. SANtA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR 080807 32541, on or before thirty (30.}nice, te addiressof which is: T/ON OF THIS NOTICE IS AU- 082507 CEASED. ET.AL
the Secretary of the Commission IDA 081107 d from the dte of ibl GUST 4, 2007. 8/851 DEFENDANTS)
and served on e :- D caon onte-nof this notice, and file the Clerk of the CircuitCourt ___
within 20 day ron .. fdants original with the clerk of this ATiN: Probate Division Attorneys for Personal Repre-o OF - CON
when thhe final order is tiled with --NOTtCEOF--court either before service upon po. Box 472 sentafive: , ax WfN
the Clerk o the Deporament. O F LOgSA8E Plaintiff's attorney or immedi- Milin, Fl. 32572 / Kerry Anne Schultz Leg. 8/852
The application i adailn l norbA NTICE Y VTU N TH GT CRT IN faulwill be entered against you The names and addresses of the Forana Bar No. 563188 TI T IA CIRCUI T HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES
Fboi teeronieof A JUGET F demanAN in tSpersonalrepresentative and the BORDE SCHUZIN AND FOR SANTA AS NEES ORSCRED
5:00 Dom Monday hraugi Fr CLOSURE RENDERED IN THE COUNTY, FLORIDA Complaint, personal representatives attor- AW p CMNTY FLORA THE PARTIES CAIMNG AN
TYLED CAS ON C L DIVISIONated i day of July 26 are set forth'below. 2721 G ulff PGBR JU InooN I NTEREST8.m o Uc
S x l o at MARCHE-TS EvN O N Dated this day of July 26, Gulf Breeze aForida 3216 IOTEREST BY THROUGH A IN -
Deay, rmeL oEnvial h Molida.5 2002. BY THE CASE NO,: 07-000661-CA 2007- All creditors of the decedents (850) 934,40CASE NO, 07 593 CA DER OR AGAINST T dSTATE
Pro entio 1 io rnmental UNITED STATES DISTRICT Allreditor ofedea dentsF(850)AO934- PERKNES
Center, Suite 20, d nenesacocea.dMARYotherSONeCLERKhaFint' clawhose reNd sN ERI N S
Florida 325025794. DISTRICT OF FLORIDA IN FA- BETTY JEAN PULLUM, asae ini ed s stn. rwnSande EMC MORTGAGE CORPORA, e residence is i
VOR OF THE PLAINTIFF THE CO-TRUSTEES OF THE EH CaROURT resntate, -nsdig n gunlated Kriste.EBrown-sB nesCMORTGAGEe/shetfiley beeand
H. CRU COURT SEAL heRUhC/ . bee.un
UNDERSIGNEDE APPOINTED PULLUM TRUST, By: J. Walkins claims, on whom a pof this 1202 Brad Thomas Drive VS. k" ndeiasw may be
081107 IN SAID DECREE WILL ON S fth Gulfreeze,Florida 32563 vsposesheirs,
SAT 12:00 NOON lvsclaims with this court WITHIN BRIAN D.MEYERETAL, es, a s-s
COUNTY COURTHOUSE EDGAR FULLER, also known as 3/46 081107 claiming an interest by, through,

Leg. 7/799
CASE NO.07-770-CA
tor Parkview Trust dated
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under or against the Defend- Board, At The Office Of The As- By W olkins BEING DESCRIBED AS FOL- Legal 8/868 -D---d--h---2 dof�Au. Caser Nor 07-434 CA of A heDite, d this 2 day of August, a ptiion for on administrative
anl who oreo nol known to be sislan D Superintendent For Ad. Deputy Clerk LOWScg "t Doned this 2 day of August, Circuit Court of the a ST Judicial 2007. hearing. The Department may,
YOU - AR Hve n I l partiisi mistrfiive Searvires Ad544 Fire- r . " P Brue rAIDr IO T BANK, e c 2007 CLrcu O In and for SANTA ROSA for good cause shown grant
hav ora calming to have any house Road. U airs Coner- In accordance with the A PARCEL OF LAND BEING ' De'A -'y 'lROda a 1 Coun0y aMlton Florida I 31 MAR YMJ N N the Tt for o extensions �
grate o inlere ol in the prop- ence Room o Ma dntenance Build- American with Disabilities A PORTION OF LOT 1R O LN RIDA .... ..... MARY M, JOHNSON seD tV D the hd hes and 0 es bid- /S/,l T RY M.SJOHNSON time. Requestsefor extension of
erty descibed n the mortgage n Mg)|850983-5123, Milton, Act of 1990, persons BLOCK 3� RESUBDIVN 2s N .VIL ACTION /S/MARY M. JOHNSON der for casa at THE NORTH CAerkoaheCircuiFCou t tme must be f ilex with the..
beLng foreclosed hAr Win. Flora, Until 2:15 PMF Loca needing a special accom- OF SKY NE HEIGHTS, AS CASENO 02-268 Clerk of the Circuit Court FRONT STEPS F .THE COURT- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL rice oh GeneralnCou.nsel of the
GTTime, TUESDAY, AuOust 21a modation to participate in PER THE PLAT RECORDED G.MCRNE��CIRCUIT COURTnSEAL HS USE L ocaTed. aBLOCK 63 O ,R- 5y: usan. Land Depgrimenta e ti u al 9 ommpn-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 200HA, At Which Time And this proceedings should IN PLAT BOOK "B" AT AMSOUTH BANK elc By: Susan, FLnd .LNE STREET D MDtoT N FTo Depu Clerk weah Bued l a rah Maim toon
ha an acW ion to foreclose o Place All Bids W ill Be Publicly contact t the AS A Coordina- PAGE 38, OF THE PUBLIC i ' Deputy Clerk aoo, at o:00 am o n (he 30 ... : r.uir ^1anqssee, ., �ona
mortgage on the following prop- Opened And Read Aloud. For tar ao later than seven (7) RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA p|. ' tiff day of Auaus, 2007 the follow- THE LAW OFFI- CES,. O ,F , DAI 329. 3000v-uu, before lhe app.-
ORNtD- Tn O e ConsAruci on Of "EAST MIL- days prior to the pC o- COUNTY- FLORIDA AND C1 THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID ing described property as set J STERNA P.A. ATTORNEY cable deadlie. A timely re
'" TON ELEMENTARY - 4 CLASSc ca9 din2 l. If hearing im. BEING IN SECTION 28. i J. STERN PA, ATTORNEY forth in said Summary Final FOR PLAINTITF quest for extension of time shall
LOT 21S BLOCK A, WINDSOR ROOM ADDITION" For The pairedhb please cal9 (800) TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH. " FOR PLAINSIFF Judgment, to-wil: 801 S. University Drive Suite wioll the running l ime e period lor
VILLAGE, BEING A PO RTIO N School Board Of Santa Rosa 95 -977 1 (TDD) . r 6800 RANGE 28, W EST, SANTA JAM ES G . M cCRANIE et aA 801 S University Drive Suite .d.. .b.. ..... .. . ... 500 . .. .... a . .i nlng ac pehbl on un l the request
OF SECTIONS 38 - AND 39, Couna', Florida. 955-8770 (bdoice h via Flor9 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, IVIIO caus"eih ir c "i Co u Ld 1abliLOes.e.i- OF T ,rianaalAonF,332sz4 ls, ictie a upoeen. If a request ms
TOW NSHIP SOUTH, RANGE Any, Bids Received After Closing ida Relay Service. BEING DESCRIBED AS FOL- Defendants PlantCtion,mFL 33324 sDEC g.N U. l u . uThe so e .CU4A DAM;N TSAATIO u rs ea aen ."e i ep'ia rfo men m ay
27 WEST; SANTA ROSA Will Be ReAured Unopened. LOWS: rMINUTES (954)233-8000 NAt.VARnh SA AUBDSVISIUNr 07.7966|EMC)h sel gran . C e upon a mothoneby
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS RE- All contractors for educational Law Offices of Daniel C. Con- NOTICE OF SALE 07-76841MYNW AS RECORDEDIN PLAT .............- ,, tU r e reue"m p^*' a r,~ ty sowmng
CORDED IN PLAT_ B6o K G AT facilities arehereby notified that sue0ra COMMENCE AT A 0.013 S-at- oOOK " AT PAGECih31o OFD e s m il a c i ACC00 DAN5 - Wt18-T lDD failur e to ris e a request
PAGE 83 OF THE PUBLIC RlC- to ee eligible to bid on SChOOl 9204 King Palm Drive METER IRON PIPE (NO I.D.) No aice is hereby 1iven that pur- IN ACCORDANC.0E, W87 ,o THE .REC.ORDS OF SANTA AMERICANS WITH DISAB iL- or aw exension of.,time before
ORDS OF SAID COUNTY , projects they musO be Taoo0, FLP33619-1328 MARKING THE SOUTHEAST suan 1o0a Sum mr95-87r70een= . ' A^E^^^A With o.ri.d ROSA OUNaTY, FLORIA ,. ..ES A T persons w n tme deadlne was te resu of
pre quolified. Contact the Board Tel (l 3915-8660 CORNER OF LOT 8, SAID EnTeRH E D n ihe rbaove dled T IES . ACTD persons with dgsablt0 0es needing a special excusable neglect.
has been filed against you and al the above address for infor- Fox (8131 915 )559 BLOCK 3, RESUBDIV1S10N cause in the Circui Cou'r of disabilities needing a special Any person claiming an interest accor-modalion should contact
you are required to serve ca motion on pretualirding Attorney for Plaintiff OF SKY LINE HEIGHTS; |on0a Rosa Count Florida the accommodation should contact in"0e surplus from the sole it COUIl" ADMINISTRATION, at In he event that a timely and
copy of your written defenses, if Documents May Bed Secured THENCE NORTH 8S DE- ClerkHof Santa-Rusi Coun wio l COURT ADMINISTRATION, a l any, other than tC o rt the SANTA ROSA Counly sufficient petition for an almiis-
any, to if on DAVID J. STERN, From STOA ARCHITECTS.. 121 081107 GREES, 13 MINUTES, 32 seo tne 3 rT erh situated in he SANTA ROSA County owner aso the ate o t2e lios Courthouse at NONE, tratye hearing , f; , olher
ESQ. Plaiiff's attorney whose East Government Street, Pense- 081807 SECONDS, W EST, 31.950 nta Ro s C un2v FlWri .-a i de- Courthouse at , aendens must tile a cHim 1-800-955-8771 CTDD or persons w nose *. j.,,', iter-
a.4. ,o ;s 80 S. U hIVERSITY cola Florida. 32502 hpon A 8/86 METERS (104.83 FEET) s'i d s" . 1...... -800-955-877 foDDC, or URithn 60 days alter the sale 1-800 AN955-8770, a Florida tests wOll be enacted by the out-
-,im.,l iE 500, PLANTATION Deposit Of $200.00 Per Set. ALONG THE SOUTH L INE "- 1-800-955-8770, vU a lorida "RCelay Service . come of tn e administrative proc-
- . 1 on or before no lae Depost W Be Refunded ProE A OF SAID LOT 8 TO THE Descri.tian of Mortaaaed Relay Service. DaNed T hE s 2 day of Augus ess have the right to petition to
than 30 days from ahe da le of viaed That Plans And Soecifi- Pe9g T/O T EXISTING EASTERLY C-V �L ACTI N"FO LANI 20075 78 107 intervene in the proceeding. In-
the first pub tca iion of ths . o. ti l . . tions Are Returned In Good n THE-.t r na, PI NT OF B E IN E d ner' or ah o he r 081S07 B 500 thin 1 ao f re ceiat ltfhdis
of a!iM .....d file t .r'lin1 4 1n-| Order To The Architect Within ANTHEC/RCIAN UT l o. ?o0 oTWR0 1 HTLINF01 ot 14 Block -L" STONE- O81107 MaryM. Joh.. ../87; , r'enon of b e prsiding cr

with the clerk of this . w. , t h,-, Seven 7) Days After Bid Date rS. r . rrY FL/ A Y) OF STATE ROAD 89; BROOK VILoAGE PH.SE 6 a 8/70 /a/Marv M. Johnson BANKOFNEWupon Y Ahe firing or aPe otion-inm "o b
before service on :rI:,,,,.� , " And. Further Provided That The ". C."ho 6 W HBr-CA THENCE NORTH 04 DE- - ubtivsion La orlon9of'Sec.--- --------------Clerk of T ErcuiE Court TH E C oRT l- a ney .o wth .a rtue
CIRr UIT COUR T E..AL. .h.... on d. Sub isfAtoFy. 07-n .... GREES� 50 MINUTES, DO S nS 31 T7 wns?0 2 Nor h Legal 8/871 Circuit Court Seal T . 28- 06.05 or tne Florda 1od -
tert;neother'.iser ... a d~ae~efoult thw a ,.ill be onatrBid 11mi A Bon id . .. .11-,i i - ,^.- SEECTONDS,, EAST 166.662 Range 29 W~st rsan o Rosa B)y: Susan Lrand IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .....lratv Cd... ..
-,**.- -I ---,--- .,, for The re Bids shol be subm thed on tioe w- i, , - ' , ; n METES $46.79 FEET) oo \. 2-0IMR 4 ' according to IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF DPty FOR SANTA ROSA , m ..e ,
S.1Wa.. ' c p ann f on r , l e I by the Ardiilect, * " s d m -. "F ALONG SA ID EX ISTING ers on� , cla imord d in PT.t THE F IRST JUDICIAL C TR " S COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL n ac loraa nc o ruesnoti
I- , t. ' I- -- I ,0,-_.... . ... ...

d ,r o WinTH Each ad - R be Oaf conpaO ied -', .W ... B' EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY :'I.. 55 of hePhublc CUT IN AND FOR SANTA THE L NW OFFICES OF DAeVID DIVISION 2228- 1 daoA2gu ot ec f andi
b aBid Bond in the amSun - of m n*W LINE OF STATE ROAD 89, N.--. I I .rom unty e ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA J. hoTlRN P.A., A cTORN E SNYP CASE NO. 2-"0.10(s) o (Lt pe , tos
WITNESS ore hnd n Gk n-. e sea 5% of th e base bid e s t uarn- pAi.eptylk TO THE SOUTHWEST C aR- " o"e CIVIL ACTisON FfOg R PLAIRI ToIFF t572007CA000440 .rOan adimng strhe veo earmn by,
ol Ih= ~ ,1 I SANTA ROSA lee that the successful gaiddcrr "alo " NER OF SAID LOT 1 AND �, r Pbll,|c Sale to the highest CASE NO. 0700055SCA 801~ S. University Drive Suite XXXXXX mhe appncant must o�e rnea"
C .... . , i h, 30 day of wiii enler i~to a writt. ... holodt ,1* Tt, ... HE POINT OF BEGINN- h idder-o !r cashfe a~t o l^ owt DIVISION B 50n0ainF 332 BANKA OFNW Y R SWiithiln 21dcaYS of r ee~ilt f this
JUrlr. . ' with the Owner and hurnish1 % Pro. ...8 nd andi ��,',l ,,G., *,I, n trA'/An TEC I ONINU NO R nT dC~noi orite US/ai16865osri PlanntationK USA 582 33 32400 BRANSK oLDOF N EWBYO RK AS- wacanriten n~otiche. erlhnthtiohefed ay
CL o.a 1HE pcalUT COURT ie 0"b ort nd SLer u I N nTH E C o net eTOF 20 07.n at and frOSAN o t yr d cs so w n
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Paymen Bond- satisfactory to ee s rdilo; -' -I'"' ,i '1 ou O4 DEGREES 50 MINUTJES, 3270o Spember^ . 200 AC O DA C WIT .. . . . . ... .H SE TBC E CERT FIfcATES' " !idto 0wr] o tie undThedor seca-
' " ' . :,* The Owner Reserves the Riaht to ^ " P ... . 1 - 9 S7 MEE (4S33 a "1 "0 �-" AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- Plaintiff " Statutes. must Be filed. .i"h"n2

"-'. - "" .: ,on wit Jndent of Schools9 D_^ndnsSETO ^ W IT H EXIST "ar^Toth^e" th n t'--[ O IE OF FORECLOSURE CO R .D IITRAIN a eenai "^ , -:,., t : " : ,,;,,-,,
accommodation should contact 080407 M TC FfB LOUEOF WAY LN 50 0FO T ""te sPedns ms Courthouse at . OIEO AEUnaer section 120.60(3 oof tne
COUT A STRATON a NOTICE OF FO lCLOSURE FGWTAOLFN OF EVA "h "i Pe " am st NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ur- 1-800-955-8771 TDD or APTER londa Statutes, however, an
Te SANTA ROSA County 081807 STREET AND THE NORTH- Sr, sate , y suant to a Final Judgment of-1-800-955-8770, via F lorida 4i NS person who has asked the De-
Courthouse at , 8/856 N OTIC . er. ie thaie WEST CORNER OF SAID Ma n Mortgane Foreclosure dated Relay Service, apartment for notice of agency
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or th g d .. f. O1 the LOT 1; THENCE SOUTH 85 D0tede August 1 2007 August M 01 2007 and entered f... NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- actions may file a petition with
1-800-955-8770, via Florida . ,8/u r , ,?r ilf ,tae R3osa DEGREES 16 MINUTES 47 Ma " 1 'h n "ase No. 07000555CA of F8107 sunf to anmOrder or Summo ry 2e l of such notice, regard-
beiny Seclosed Leg. /ei.oric o ur, . , ., CIV SILONDSI EAST 12. 6r0 Mf the Circuit Court of the FIRST Ju- 081 807 Final R udI meant of fUrTS E clArLr less of te aate or puslcahon.

97 i .23n . .t000s NVTATNT STe TESDAY Auu seale aty bof cugtop t 200 P, ER STH EPF WAYT LN RUN 0 E 07 CT IA L Ci ; H FOnSANAd or STted Ao , te2 7 for an- Tttie s ha o
YOUA R HEREYNO IFI D s20 A W hiBe cheime An thsdiFo ,; r lne S seoe ld IN PLSO THER OKY "B" AT O AC/RUIOU RTH B SB ANKK USc, is the Plain-d LIEga TRET8/87iton Flor 20eut7Clerk wXXX of rteaplth onBoul nevad applSaioant

that an "ctionto .foecl . Pre-auace Al Bids Will Be Publicly A n ESTACTEk eordl e in, PA M Ed 38 F THE AUBL0 e 07, therkTida tnowm nm35 Talla h ase, Florcoa
mor00 g on tierfollowinge rop-OpnedSAn d Ros a d Aoudty ForSc o r ol ater.. ......ven Y(7) NECO DS OF EVAN STA ROSA Pl a tin s tiff, and CARLugTstU2007Athefol"ow- HE LAWcu FFICESOurt DAVID 3foratthe aa fress thc a pploove

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S E I APThouse Road Upstairs Confer- rno l r!sT0)inde OEd Cr o -n MINUT ES, 23 SECONDS, 8e868 CIATIONU INC are the Defend- GENERAL JURISDICTION LifVcles Series 2006-3 is Plain- beloWe within nte appropriate
080a07^c e eRom bidnoten e i h "T .............R ....O . n g' ..... bEST, 1S.165 MET ERS a- ants I GNTo, Fhihest DIVISION tiODAand'James 6 ot5 KR aC tire peri na, ostituio a
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Person Givinq Notice: OF COUNTRY CLUB ES- the following propedv In ,anto STREET SOUTHEAST, MILTON, Cou ny, MILN, FloridaI wll A caTed ET -6'86L .lN ForIdlNaE Dice of 3e9eral Cousel of mhe vs.
/s/ Cheryl" Ann Wheatley rATES. A SUBDIVISION. Rose County, lo~ri.`la:- FIL 32570 WITHIN '2 WORK-sell to the highest and best bid- RALLEN GILLESPIE; A/K/A RAY:STREET.inMItON. F2ordayo walthDuevar dent a il3900tComon-RBR . OWL
ChetAnn Wheatley Grigg THEREOF, AS RECORDED LOT 1 BLOCK 3. OF THIS NOTICE OF SALE- IF STEPS at the SANTA ROSA SPOUSE OF A GILLESPIE Augusl 2007 the following de 35 Tallhassee Florida UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
64 C Uyan Avenue IN PLAT BOOK C PAGE RESUBDIVlSlON OF SKY- YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED County Courthouse located at A/K/A RAY ALLENGILLESPIEIF scraei property as set forth in 32399-3000. ROBERT H. BOSWELL, and
Ch onile, 2'5508 L MILTON, Because the.administrative hear- Defendants.^
a.m. on the 30 day of August BY, THROUGH. UNDER AND Ing process is designed to rae&
Attorney for Person Giving No-.SA NT R ANCORNTOWNGEP28 S NRT 2007 the following descrAbedAGAINST THE HEREIN SITUATE IN SANTA ROSA termie final agency action onNOTICE OF ACTION
Jenner Byrom IDA. ROSACOUNTY ORIDADATED at MILTON Florida, thisproperys set forth in said ANT(S)A WDVIAREDNNOTLOTUNTY, FLORIDA, VlZ: the appli' atio the filing vofl
Jennifer Byrom ~ ~~ACCORDING T6 THE PLAT 2 day of August, 2607. Sm ayFnlJd m nt-i: KNO W N TO BE DEAD OR LOT 19, A SBLO K 1V IS TON aeyirionufor in a mdministraive no wnSo:e o Robert H, ow l n
Florida Bar No.: 438960 A/K/A FILED IN PLAT BOOK "B"PARCEL A OF TaE may resuh ind Unkow Spouse of Robed H,
Jennifer Byrom & Associates AT PAGE 38. OF THE PUB- MARY M. JOHNSON PARCEL B OF THE NORTH ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN- OF A PORTION OF SEC- caiono the permit and lease, Boswell
Milto FL MILTON, FL 32570 COUNTY. SantaLRosa Coun Florida BLOCK 6, FIRST ADDITION AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES NORTH, RANGE 29 WEST, lion. Accordingly, the applicant And all parties claiming inter-
MiltonTCOURT2570T7 NAVARRE, ACCORD- HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES SANTA ROSA COUNTY, is advised ndol to commence ests by through, unrier or
6234347 If you fil to file your answer r LESS AND EXCEPT THAT Susan Land INSG TO THE PLAT H ANT NFLORIDAACCORDING castructin or other activities apainst bert:. 8oswelland
.-.-written defenses in the above PORTION OF THE AFORE- Deputy Clerk THEREOF, AS RECORDED DOE AND JANE DOE AS THE PUAT RECORDED IN under this permit/lease until the Unknown Spouse of Robert H.
proceeding on plaintiff's attar- MENTIONED PROPERTY IN PLAT BOOK BAT PAGE UNKNOWN TENANTS IN PLAT BOOK F, PAGE 73 OF deadlines below for filing a pe- Boswell
16'FTEPULCRC POSSESSION. THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF tition for an administrative hear-
against t you for the relief d o- O F FLO R ID A D EPA RTM EN T SH A PIRO & FISH M A N , LLP CO US N TYinRD .or reqe xpir ne xt A NO A LLPAI M R TI E ST H A VING
handed i the Complaint or Pe- OF TRANSPORTATION AS 2424 North Federal Highway NOTICE OF FORECLOSUREAn Lon claiCnT Ff"me have expired OAIY TLO
ltiion. DESCRIBED IN THAT CER- Suite 360 .0 AEin ahesuous arm-I lhesl.= Under rule 62-110.106(4) of TEREST IN TIHE PROPERTY
L-q 8/856 DATED at SANTA ROSA TAIN WARRANTY DEED RE- Boca Raton Florida 33431 Any--,_r an AL e surp us om 0
County this 3 day of Augusl, CORDED IN OFFICIAL REC- 06-69630B in the surplus lrom tI_,l.!it _oPny _other than the properly the Florida Adminislralive Code. HEREIN DESCRIBED;
INVITATION r OBID Sealed 2007. CORDS BOOK 1636 AT y any. other Ian the Droaert NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- owner cs olthe dale ot Iheli a person whose substantial in-
Bids Will i - r - , , I From -" * PAGE 1484 OF THE PUB- 081107 ownCier as at lhe daJe 6fli, suant to a Summary Finalludg pendens musT il m terests are affecled by the De- YOU ARE iOTIFIED lhot an tc-
Pr-Auoiifr;,J Conlralcers, By The ,i..1 ,| - -, .. ,'urt LIC RECORbS OF SANTA 081807 pendens musg frile cfim n'ert! of Fre clowseredoidAu-vilhi _Qda- a'r jhesa. apartment's action may also re- lion po enforce a paryioion rfo
Santa Ros, oCounty Sch,'ol ,-i. Ur C.,.,11 I .1 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, S/.6 7J i _6c0ldays tromi The sale gus 1, 2007 en ered in Civil quest an extension oftimeto file real property on the following

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property in Santa Rosa County, THROUGH CERTIFICATES plaint.
o 'i sSntE Ra cou nty RRISG2005-W2 UNDEE plaint egal 8/886 Found Boxer off of
THE POOLING AND SERV- WITNESS my hand and seal of Legal 8/886 Ward Basin Rd. Call
Commence at the Southeast car- ICING AGREEMENT DATED said Court on the 7 day of Au- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN 723-3487
ner of the Northeast quarter of AS OF APRIL 1, 2005, gust, 2007. AND FOR SANTA ROSA
Section 18, Township 1 North, WITHOUT RECOURSE., COUNTY, FLORIDA --
Range 27 West, Santa Rosa Plaintiff, If ou are a person with a disa- File No.:'57-2007-CP-232 Found Male Doq 8/1
County, Florida According to bi!ity who needs accommoda- Division: M t a t
occupation, deed of record and vs. tion in order to participate in Morristown area. all to
surveys by others, said point be- this proceeding, you are enti- IN RE: ESTATE OF describe 390-6615
ing an existing railroad spike ly- RUSSELL W. DOWNING, et tled, at no cost to you, for the ______-------
ing North 90 Degrees 00 Min- al, provisions of the certain assist MARY F. ABSTON,
utes 00 Seconds East and Defendant(s). lance. Please contact Court Ad- - .
20.96 Feet from the position of ministration at 686g5 Caroline Deceased.
said Southeast Corner of the NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Street Milton, Florida 32570 '
Northeast Quarter established SALE Telephone (850)623-3639 NOTICE TO CREDITORS *
by proportionate measure be- - within 2 working days of your
teen existing and accepted NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- receipt of this document. If you The administration of the estate )
section corners; Thence go suant to a Final Judgment of are hearing or voice impaired, of Mary F. Abston deceased, .
North 90 Degrees 00 Minutes Mortgage Foreclosure dated call 1-800-955-8771. File Number 57-2007-CP-232, -
00 Seconds VWest along the August 01, 2007 and entered is pending in the Circuit Court
Easterly Extension of the center in Case No. 2007-526-CA of Mary M. Johnson for Santa Rosa County, Florida
line of Old Hickory Hammock the Circuit Court of the FIRST Ju- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Probate Division the address of
Road (50 Foot Right of Way a dicial Circuit in and for SANTA CIRCUIT COURT SEAL which is 6865 SW Caroline
distance of 693.00 F eet; ROSA Count, Florida wherein By: Brandy Norris Street, Milton, Florida 32570.
Thence go North 00 Degrees DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL Deputy Clerk The estate is intestate. The PETS & ANIMALS
01 Minutes 54 Seconds West, TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUS- names and addresses of the
a distance of 25.00 Feet to the TEE OF ARGENT MORTGAGE 081107 personal representative and the 2100- Pets
intersection of the Northerly LOAN TRUST ASSET BACKED 081807 personal representative's attor-
Right of Way Line of Old Hick- PASS THRUGH CERTIFI- 8/883 ne are set forth below 2110- Pets: Free to
ory Hammock Road and the CATES SERIES 2005-W2 UN- Air creditors of the decedent Good Home
Westerly Riht of Way line of DER THIE POOLING AND SERV Legal 8/884 and other persons having claims 2120 - Pet Supplies
Black ak 1d (66 Foot Right ICING AGREEMENT DATED AS or dT emands aaainst decedent's 2130 - Farm Animals/
of Way) and the point oF beam- OF APRIL 1, 2005, WITHOUT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT estate, including umatured
ning; Tence continue North"0 RECOURSE., is the Plaintiff and FOR SANTA ROSA contingent or unliquidated Supplies
Degrees 01 Minutes 54 Sec- RUSSELL W. DOWNING; BAR- COUNTY, FLORIDA claims, on whom a copy of this 2140 - Pets/Livestock
onds West along said Westerly BARA G. DOWNING;' PEO- PROBATE DIVISION notice is served must ile their Wanted
right of way, a distance of PLES FIRST COMMUNITY FILE NO. 57-2007-CP-230 claims with this court WITHIN
1 8.00 feet; thence go North BANK- TENANT #1 N/K/A DIVISION THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF-
90 Degrees 00 Minutes 00 Sec- SHANNON DOWNING, and TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
bonds 'Vest, A distance of TENANT #2 N/K/A BRANT IN RE: PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- i
225 00 Feet; Thence go South DOWNING are the Defend- ESTATE OF ROBERTA ROSE TWICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
00 Degrees 61 Minutes 54 Sec- ans, I will sell to the highest DALTON, DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY2100
bonds East, A Distance of and best bidder for cas' at Deceased. OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
108.00 Feet to the aforemen- STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA All other creditors of the dece-
tioned Northerly Right of Way; COUNTY COURTHOUSE at NOTICE TO CREDITORS dent and other persons having Cocker Spaniel pup-
Thence go North 90 Degrees 11 :00AM, on the 30 day of claims or demands against pies for sale. Tails
00 Minutes 00 Seconds East August 2b07, the following de- The administration of the estate decedent's estate, including un- docked, wormed, and
along said right of way, a dis- scried property as set forth in of Roberta Rose Dalton., de- matured contingent or Iunliqui- - l An-
tance of 22.00 feet to the said Final Judgment: ceased, whose date of death dated claims, must file their e SonSUP dt C -a
point of beginning. The above was May 28, 2007, i pending claims with this court WITHIN 3 gie at 748-5284 or Katie
described parcel of land con- LOT 59, BLOCK 28, CASA- in the Circuit Court or Santa MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF at 261-3887 if no an-
lains 0.558 acres, more or less. BLANCA PORTION OF Rosa County, Florida, Probate THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF swer leave message.
PARCEL NUMBER FOUR A Division File Number THIS NOTICE. r leae message.
has been filed against you ahd SUBDIVISION-AS PER MAP 57-200'-CP-230, the address ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
you are required to serve a OR PLAT THEREOF RE- of which is P.O. Box 472, Mil- WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
copy of your written defenses, if CORDED IN PLAT BOOK A ton, FL 32572. The names and
any, to i on Daniel P. Saba, the PAGE 86, OF THE PUBLIC addresses of the personal repre- The date of first publication of
plaintiffs' attorney, whose ad- RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA sentative and the personal this Notice is August 11, 2007.
dress is 4557 Chumuckla High- COUNTY, FLORIDA. representative's attorney are set
way, Pace Florida 32571 on forth below. Attorney for Personal Represent-
or before September 10, 2607, A/K/A 14 SAN CARLOS lives Ad
and file the original with the AVENUE, GULF BREEZE, FL All creditors of the decedent //, Roy V Andrews FREE Outside Pond
clerk of thi itr before 32561 and other persons, who have. RO, V. ANDREWS, ESQUIRE Goldfish 3" to 6" long.
service on the plaint its' attorney claims or demands against Lindsay, Andrews & Leonard, 850-626-7370
or immediately thereafter; other- Any person claiming an decedent's estate, including un- P.A
wise a default will be entered interest in the surplus matured, contingent or usiliqui- 5218 Willina Street
against you for the relief de- from the sale, if any, dated claims, and who have Milton, Florida 32570 Free to good home.
manded in the complaint or pe- other thanth he proper been served acoy of this no 1850 623-3200 i .
titian owner as of the date of twice, must file their claims with Florida Bar No. 228291 Must be indoor. Black &
This the 6 day of August, 2007. the Lis Pendens must file a this court WITHIN THE LATER White cat found in the
claim within sixty (60) OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER Personal Representative Willard Norris / Dog-
MARY M. JOHNSONd County days after the sale. THE DATEOF THE FIRST PUBLI- Floyd Lewis Abston, Jr.ede-
Clerk of Circuit and County CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR Ioyd Lewis Abston, Jr. wood area. Spayedle-
Courts WITNESS MY HAND and the THIRTY 301 DAYS AFTER THE 2068 University Blvd male, all shots, declawed
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL sealof this Court on August 7, DATE SERVICE OFACOPY Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401 in front. 626-2606
BY: J. Watkins 2007. OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Deputy Clerk 081107
Mary M. Johnson All other creditors of the de- 081807
081107 Clerk of the Circuit Court cendent and other persons who 8/8 . 8
081807 CIRCUIT COURT SEAL have claims or demands against
8/880 By: Brandy Norris the decedent's estate, including
Deputy Clerk unmatured , contingent or unlig- 2120
Legal 8/881 uidated claimst must file their
081107 claims with this court WITHIN
CUIT OF THE STATE OF CATION OF THIS NOTICE. Legal 8/887 Shampoo with Haooy
Case No. 07-CA-00435 Legal 8/883 NOTWITHSTANDING THE FOR PUBLIC AUCTION THE Skin Balm(R).At Tractor
LEO VOGHT- PATRICIA CATEHOLDERS CWALT, INC. gust 11, 2007. Year/Model/Vin: Dodge Da-
CUPANTaS, TENANTS OWN- 2005-65CB MORTGAGE Attorneys for Personal Repre- 1B7GL23X8SS195833
ERS AND OTHER UNKNOWN PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- sentative: Youna billy oats for
PARtIES,including if a named CATES SERIES 2005-65CB s/Kerry Anne Schultz Year/Model/Vin Nissan sale. ubi an/ oar mix.
defendant is deceased, the per- Plaintiff, erry Anne Schultz 1990 JN8HD17Y6LW222105 se 00bi65o00 erh.
sonal representatives, the sur- vs.K Florida Bar No. 563188 $35.00-$65.00 each.
vn sOuse 1hers devisees KELLY RENEE MOODY A/K/A BORDELON & SCHULTZ LAW Year/Model/Vin: CHEV LU- 982-1796 or 957-4430
aranTees', creditors, and all KELLY RENEE MOODY FIRM, PL MINA 1997 _______ _
other parties claiming by CARNES A/K/A KELLY RENEE 272 Gulf Breeze Parkway 2G1WL52M1V9181873
through under or against te MOODY-CARNES A/K/A Gulf Breeze Florida 32563
defendn and all claimanst ts KELLY R. MOODY CARNES; 1850) 934-000 Year/Model/Vin: AMC
persons or parties, natural or UNKNOWN SPOUSE Or 1978 1GBKP37W3D3301547
corporate, or whose exact legal KKELLY RENEE MOODY Personal Representative:
status is unknown claiming un- A/K/A KELLY RENEE MOODY /s/ Sheri L. Amos The location of the auction
der any of the above named or CARNES A/K/A KELLY RENEE Sheri L.Amos will be at 5015 BRAXTON
described defendants MOODY-CARNES A/K/A 2734 Copper Reef Drive LANE PACE, FL32571 On
KELLY R. MOODY CARNES; Navarre, FL32566 Aug 26,07@ 7:00AM
SALE N ASSOCIATION, INC., and any 8/884 8/887
NoiE unknown heirs, devisees, grant- - __-_- MLegalA N8I/
Notice is hereby given that, ur- ees, creditors, and other un- 88
suapt to the Order or Final Judg- known persons or unknown
menI entered in Ibis cause in spouses claiming by, through IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN J 3100-Antiques
County. Florida, I w nl the above-named Defendants, COUNTY, FLORIDA R 31 10- pli s
Couny Florida, describedas:FILE NO. 57-2007-CP-233 111030 - Auctions
LOT NOTICE OF ACTION IN RE: Estate of 3140 - Baby Items
CORDING TO PLAT RE- A/K/A KELLY RENEE MOODY Deceased. Notice 3160- Business
WORDS OF SANTA ROSA KELLY R. MOODY CARNES tions, Inc. (dba Santa 3170 - Collectibles
COUNTY FLORIDA. 228 SQUIRREL DRIVE The administration of the estate Rosa's Press Gazette and 3180 Computers
OZARK, AL 36360 of Susan Pocica deceased File th Santa Rosa Free 3190 - Electronics
alpublic sale to the highest OR Number 57-2607-CP-23J iste Santa Rosa Free 3190- Electronics
andbest bidder for cash at the 7281 BROADMOOR STREET ending in the Circuit Court for Press) reserves the right 3200 - Firewood
front door of the Santa Rosa NAVARRE, FL 32566 Saonto Rosa County, Florida to censor, reclassify, re- 3220 - Furniture
County Courthouse, 6865 Car- Probate Division, the address ot vise edit or reect any 3230- Garage/Yard Sales
line Street, Milton, Florida UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF UN- which is P.O. 472, Milton, FLet 24-u s ales
32570 at 11:00 a.m. on Au- KNOWN SPOUSE OF KKELLY32572. The names and ad- advertisement not me 3240-Guns
gust 30, 2007. a Au- RENEE MOODYA/K/A KELLY dresses of the personal rpre- ing its standards of ac- 3250 - Good Things to Eat
S' "RENEE MOODY CARNES sentative and the personal ceptance. Submission of 3260- Health & Fitness
ANY PERSON CLAIMING A/K/A KELLY RENEE representative's attorney are set veisement does not 3270-Jewelry/lothing
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- MOODY-CARNES fohbenlow.a ise d at 3270- Jewelry/Clothing
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF A/K/A KELLY R. MOODY constitute an agreement 3280 - Machinery/
ANY, OTHER THAN THE CARNES . All creditors of the decedent to publish said adver- Equipment
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF 228 SQUIRREL DRIVE and other persons having claims tisement. Publication of 3290 - Medical Equipment
THE DATE OF THE LIS OZARK, AL 36360 or demands against decedent's t et-Miscellaneous
PENDENS MUST FILE A OR8 estate, including unmatured an advertisement does 3300 - Miscellaneous
CLAIM WITH THE CLERK OF 7281 BROADMOOR STREET contingent, or unliquidated not constitute an agree- 3310 - Musical Instruments
COURT WITHIN 60 DAYS NAVARRE, FL 32566 claims, on whom a copy of this ment for continued publi- 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
AFTER THE SALE, notice s served but file their
AFTERLAST KNOWN ADDRESS claims with this court WITHIN cation. Supplies
DATED this 6 day of August, STATED CURRENT RESIDENCE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AF- 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
2007. UNKNOWN TER DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- 3340 - Sporting Goods
CATION OF THE NOTICE OR 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
MARY JOHNSON And any unknown heirs devi- 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
Clerk of Circuit Court sees, grantees, creditor's and SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL other unknown persons or un- NOTICE ON THEM.
By Brandv Norris known spouses claiming by , 1120dA tr of
Deputy Clerk through and under the All other creditors of the dece- AMERICA'S DRIVING--
above-named Defendan ls), if dent and other persons having ACADEMY!! Start yor 3110
In accorddr: .i, the Ameri- deceased or whose last Krnown claims or demands agamst
cans With . at i..- Act, per- addresses are unknown, decedent's estate, including un- driving career today. Of- raters for
sons needing a special accom- matured, contingent or unliqui- ferin courses in C L Al 2refrilerators for
modationo participate in this YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED dated cl aimse must fletheir ourse Many sale: G dorm or apart
A.D.A. Coordinatornotlater Mortgaae covering the llowMONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF payment options!Noreg- ment size $ 100.00
than seven 7) days ior to the ing ret and personal property THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF station feelers full size $100.00
roceeding vna the Florida Re- described as flows, lo-wit: THIS NOTICE. 626-0830
ay Serviceat 1-800-9558770.Lot 26 Block 235, HOLLEY ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED info@americasdrivingacademy.
081107 BY THE SEA, acc riding to WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. com. Steven Reece
081807 the plat thereof as re- ____________
8188 corded in Plat Book B The date of first publication of
Page 155, of the Public this Notice is August 11, 2007. GOVERNMENT
Records of Santa Rosa FUNDS AUCTIONS
Legal 8/882 County, Florida. ELIZABETH A. AMOND Uncle Sam is Investing
Attorney for Personal RepresLet- millions lower your
has been filed against you and alivem3o30e u
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF you are required to served Attorney for Estate Utility Bills
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- opyF oFur written defenses if Florida Bar No. 090549 1-80-81 6-6910 Auction - Friday, Au-
CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA a ')n t Frank Albert Ruder AMOND & ORAM, PA0
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Ber & Hosch P.A. 318 314 . Balen St. uite116 gust 24,4PM. xecu-
CIVIL ACTION South Conway Rooad Suite E Pensacola FL 32502 WANTED: 10 HOMES tIve home, remodeled
CASE NO. '2007-526-CA r '.4- Florida 3;812 and (850) 49-7048 To Show Off Our New 4bdr./4ba, office. 32+/-
DIVISION B i.. originall with the Clerk of Lifetime Exterior Paint. acres, divided. Pool,
the above-sty led Court on or be- DENNIS R. POCICA Lifetime Exterior Paint. acres, d ed. Pool,
DEUTS CHE R BANK NA- fore 30 day's from the first publi- Personal Representative Call Now to see if your pond, shop. 10%BP, GAL
AS TRUSTEE OF ARGENf entered ainst 081107 home qualifies91-8547. AU-C00323-83948,
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Circa 1789 WF farm
and antebellum home in
historic Greenbri-
er/Lewisburg. 24901.
Antiques, more August
(800)726-2897 Randy
Burdette #927 Broker.
Private Island - Fox
Island, NY 263+/-
acre island in Lake On-
tario. 5,000+/- s.f. reno-
vated 8 bedroom 5 bath
lodge (c 1905) plus 1/2
acre mainland lot with
boat dock and parking.
3,000 foot grass landing
strip. Includes rare own-
ership of 27+/- acres of
duck marsh. Incredible
fishing and duck hunting
retreat. Minutes by boat
from Cape Vincent, NY.
Selling at Absolute Auc-
tion on August 24. Gus-
tav Stickley Antiques sold
separately. Woltz & As-
sociates, Inc.
Schrader Real Estate &
Auction Co., Inc. NY
#32SC1 1 15028. Visit or

32" CRT TV
Flat screen, HDTV Sony
We a. $500. Call (865)

5' Computer desk with
hutch excellent condi-
tion. File drawer and pull
out shelf for printer, etc.
Lots of storage space.
$125. (850)994-0767

Moving Sale
6360 Pansy Drive off
Willard Norris Road Sat.

4 Family Yard Sale
7-10, Saturday Only
Home Interior, Toys and
6239 Robin Hood Rd

3240 _

Gun Show
August 18-19
*Sat. 9-5
*Sun. 10-4
Free Parking

Thompson Center
50caliber stainless steel
Black owder gun for
sale $225. 994-9391

Buy Soma, Ultram,
Fioricet, Prozac, Bus ar,
90 Qty $51.99 180 Qty
$84.99 PRICE IN-
We will match any
competitor's price.

| 3280 Online
Government Surplus
Sales. City County and
State Surplus Seized and
Confiscated Property.
Heavy Equipment
Trucks, Vehicles, Comput-
(8001613-0156 x2

Kubota tractor BX 2230
'05 4 wheel drive, fully
hycrostat, 54" belly
mower 26hrs, garage
kept, like new, 7800
obo. Call 892-4224
Massey Furgeson
135 Tractor. 35 h.p. gas
motor, new water pump,
good oil pressure with
box blade. $3,060 or
best offer. 995-9321 or
Cell 982-5353

10 horse power
Colman generator, used
4 hours $500.00 Firm
Antique metal beds,
wardrobes, vases and
many more items.
ING - Train for high pay-
ing Aviation Mainte-
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proved program. Finan-
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placement assistance.
Call Aviation Institute of
ONLINE from home.
Medical, business, para-
legal, computers, crimi-
nal justice. Job placement
assistance. Financial aid
and computer provided if
qualified. Call
COVERS children, etc.
Only one signature re-
quired! *Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
ext.600. (8am-6pmJ Alta
Divorce, LLC. Established

Remodeling Kitchen.
Cabinets and appliances
for sale. Call 994-3675

Used candelabra
Worn silver-plating ok.
Any finish condition.
Must be complete, not
broken. Willing to barter.
Call Pam 664-2876

Golf Clubs Men's, la
dies and kids. 1-10 Gar-
con Flea Market, Exit 26,
indoors. Iron sets, wood
sets, drivers, fairway
woods, wedges and club
*Saturday & Sunday
Sanchez Golf Shop

TREK 2000
Road Bike
Light as a
Flies down the
Like new. $850 obo
Call Tom. 368-1603

A i

4100 - Help Wanted
4110- Restaurants/Clubs
4120 - Sales
4130 - Employment

"Can You Dig It?"
Heavy Equipment School.
3wk training program.
Backhoes, Bulldozers,
Trackhoes. Local lob
placement asst. Start dig--
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6S 362-6497 or
88 707-6886.
A National Sport
and Fashion Firm has
immediate openings for
sharp energetic people!
Make great money and
see the USA! Must be
18. Call
Carpenter helpers
needed with at least 1
year experience. Must
have transportation. Call
Comfort Inn in East
Milton now hiring experi-
enced maintenance and
experienced housekeep-
ers. Must be mature, re-
sponsible & dependable.
Only serious applicants
may apply. Apply at
Comfort Inn in East
Dental Assistant
needed immediately for
busy practice in Milton.
Experience preferred but
not required. Please call
623-0379 for more infor-


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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press

Divorce 108, Adoption'80
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FREE Typing, Call for
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1850 N. "W St.

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Licensed and Insured.
Conventional and Syn-
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too biq or too small. Call
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additional clients.
Over 15 years
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References available
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Call: 994-6236

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lexible schedule. Refer-
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Owner Operator

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Call the Ericksens today!
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Lease NEW Trucks Fax resume to Cla " icese. Start- ins call (800)366-9783 300/deposit.
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enced or no experience., resentative: Earn sup- please contact Jason
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cn,,IIUi xcA',ll' stu OlU-
Healthcare/RNs dents. Volunteer host fam-
ilies also needed. Pro-
Daycare Nurses mote world peace
Do ou enjoy working (866)GO-AFICE or
with Oids? PSA is looking
for the following positions
in the School Program:
+ RN-$16.25/hr, Milton Notice: Post Office
5 hours day-25wk Positions Now Availa-
+ LPN-$14.00/hr, ble. Ava. Pay $20/hour
Milton area, 4 hours/ or $571 annually includ-
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Help Wanted. Experi-
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Tom Thumb Food Stores is currently accepting
resumes and/or applications in the Panama City,
Santa Rosa, and San Destin stores.

Our convenience stores are proud to be a part of
The Kroger Co who currently operates nearly
800 convenience stores throughout the country.
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We offer a competitive salary with an excellent
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2301 W. Highway 390, Lynn Haven, FL 32444
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Licensed and Insured
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H ome: 850-623-8697

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Best price guaranteedll
15/% Senior Citizen
Specializing in hard to
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discounts for widows. Just
Leave a Message @

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Building, Inc.
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alvanized Steel
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Financing Available
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alvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850) 983-2296 or
Call: (850) 206-4008

Now Hiringl Concrete
Cutter Helpers Good
pay. Major medical, va-
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C71 nA

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et Installer
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red, pay depend-
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drivers deserve
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imel $.42/milel
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6190 - Timeshare Rentals"
6200 - Vacation Rentals

P/T Nannies 2000t sq.ft. ware-
house with 2 offices and
tool room. Large parking
with current experience area. New A/C and new
and references in roof. 6711 Dixon.
childcare needed for 352-384-9936
the following areas: 36
* Milton,
* Gulf Breeze Milton Commercial of-
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Apply online at Over 2,200 sq. ft. $1,350 per month.
or 324-8337
See our job postina at Milton Office Space off Berryhill Street across
WEB ID# 27756516 from hospital. $350 per
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available. 324-8337
Personal Care/Service

Hair stylist
immediately needed.
Call 994-0468

Restaurant/Food Service
Cook Wanted
PFarr ai he Hurricane
Ear , Gr,ll .-.23 .223

Route Driver
The Crestview
is looking 'for a route
driver with dependable
transportation, and
good driving record.
Applicant must be able
to provide proof of
insurance, able to work
up to 6 hours in the AM
on Wednesday and
Saturday and must
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We Deliver & Install
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Milton Office Space
on Stewart Street $300
per month. Warehouse
space available also.

Milton Warehouse.
Several sizes to choose
from. Over 1,000 sq ft.
$650 month. Smaller
warehouse spaces availa-
ble. 324-8337

Office space for rent
in Pace, utilities included.
Two units available @
80sq. ft. each
Call 850-994-0444 for
more information

1 Bedroom unfurnished
apartment. $375 month
plus deposit. 626-0287 if
no answer leave

The All New!



Duplex 2BR/1BA. Milton
All electric. Kitchen 2BD/1 BA brick home in
equipped. CH/A. Gar- Kreat neighborhood.
bage, sewer and water onsmoker and no pets.
furnished. Wash- $525.00 Call 623-3281
er/dryer hookups. Pet-
deposit. $300 Milton
dep.$450 rent. 6587B 3BD/1 V2BA spacious
Lee St. 623-4811. home conveniently
Located with central h/a
Milton $650mo/$650dep
1BD/1 BA efficiency 995-4335
apartment. Great for sin- Milton
e8adIt n0 pets. 6416 Misty Lake Dr.
380mo/$300dep 3BD/2BA-Af electric
623-5697 secluded in town
location. NO PETS
References and lease
6 Sec Dep After 4pm call
3 Bedroom Home Weekends only call
bedrooms have hard- 850-718-6644
wood floors. Two
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living-dining combina- Blackwater Bay.
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room/hardwood floor. Beautiful. $1200 Mth.
One-car $1200 Dep. 723-2532
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ook-ups. Fenced back- Milt
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1-4 Bedroom Homes $500/deposit.
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Foreclosures, HUDs Re-
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years @ 8% apr. Buy, includes utilities, wash-
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inas 800)366-9783 Ext privileges. Leave mes-
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Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
er month. Call
1200sf 2/BD 2/BA
vaulted ceilings, large
kitchen, new carpet in
quiet neighborhood. No
pets. $745/$745. Call
2/BR 1/BA front
kitchen Avalon Blvd.
3/2 1-10 and Avalon 5
minutes to
Pensacola. Privacy fenced
backyard with shed.
Some pets welcome.
Laundry room/really
clean. Available now.
$750/mth 626-2606
3/BR 2/BA, double-car i;1 l. .:a,
pet. M lay : i a.: h.:.,-
ored. $975/mth
$900/deposit. Call


Share 3BD/2BA home
with CH/A utilities paid,
washer & dryer. Please
call in evenings

2 BR Front kitchen,
total electric, screened in
Sporch. Eastgate Mobile
Home Ranch 626-8973
2 BR/1 BA Milton $475
security $475 month.
2 BR/1BA Milton $350'
security. $350 month.
3 Bedroom in East Mil-
ton $525 Security. $525
Rent. Available now.
626-8959 or 377-6788
14x52 Mobile Home
97 Oakwood with skirt-
ing, steps or,.J C ,..-.. .1-
cluded. C-.:..:..d .:c..-,d.i,.-,.
$10,000.00 firm

1. Flooring
5. Hand warmer
9. Ledger examiner: abbr.
12. One from Belgrade
13. Pavarotti offering
14. Show affection to
15. driver
16. Unending
18. Dramatist O'Casey et al.
20. Tide competitor
21. Sound in the "Popeye" theme
24. Give a licking
28. Nursery furnishing
32. Writer Wiesel
33. Scientologist L.
34. Language of Cicero
36. Miller of Sugarbabies
37. Gray matter: abbr.
39. Public officials
41. Plains home
43. " creature was
stirring..." (2 wds.)
44. Hang like an old clothesline
46. More than pleasingly plump
50. Lien with tax-deductible
55. Heehaw
56. "One Day __ Time"
(2 wds.)
57. First name in daredevils
58. A Loss Of Roses playwright
59. Messy home
60. Smell bad
61. __ off (annoyed)
L I N Co0 L N M E M O0R I A L
H A L 0 M A A M N A I V E
A-S-A P E| L T O Ni- PL OgW

| 6170
16X80 3 BR/2 BA.
Total Electric. Eastgate
Mobile Home Ranch.
2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Home $475/mth
De osit. and references.
Mobile home for rent
3 bedroom in Chumuckla
area. 994-2877
East Milton
2/1 Mobile Home
on private lot. 4432
Gentry Farm Road Total
E I e c t r i c
No pets
Bay Crest Realty

2BR 1/BA fenced in
yard, Central Air condi-
lioning & washer in-
clude . $550/mth $550
deposit. Available imme-
diately. 450-6840
3BD/2BA doublewide
on 1/2 acre corner lot.
Total Electric New
CH/A. No Pets.
Marlboro Village 3
BR/1 1/2 BA. Nice
Yard. $475.00 Mth.
$475 Dep. 723-2532
rent call for pricing and
850-983-1091 or
North Milton
2/BR 1/BA on private
lot. 6521 Hunter Street.
$200/deposit. No Pets.
Total Electric. Bay Crest
Realty 994-7918

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[ 6170

2/BR 1/BA
Nice clean quiet area.
Water & garbage fur-
nished. No pets.
Elderly welcome
Phone: 995-1717
Cell: 748-0119

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

"Great Buy" Oak
Meadow 4BD/2BA/2C
garage, tile & carpet,
firep ace with logs, fence
with gates, screen in
patio w/hookups for hot
,ub, lare drive for RVor
boat., $39,900.00
(850) 313-1658

1-4 Bedroom Homes
from $10,0001 Bank
Foreclosures, HUDs Re-
ros and Morel As low as
$199/Mol 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. For List-
8s 800)366-9783 Ext


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now hiring for Front -
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Only serious applicants ing on
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Cook's measures: abbr.
"Nasty" Nastase
"Don't know the words"
Before Juin
Samovar's kin
Sheriff Taylor's deputy
Double this and be stylish
Have a birthday
Where hackles are raised
Nursery need
"Chestnuts roasting __
open fire" (2 wds.)
Western mountain
Kirghiz range
The whole __ yards
Norton and Howard
Disagreeable child
Arrogant summons
First independent Communisl
Defense org.
Final, e.g.
Is Rich (Updike)
Irish lake
Sausage herb
Black-__ Susan
More: Sp.
Hall of Famer Mel
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August 11, 2007

The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press

3000sqft 4BD/3BA East Milton
home in PACE on 1 acre, 3BR/2BA remodeled
fenced, landscaped. Fire- double wide mobile
place, Family room, Flor- home on 1 country acre
ida room, 2 car garage, w/ pool & lake access
build 10/05. Open $89,900 Call 623-9623
House: Sun-Sat or 418-0783
11 am-7pm @5123 Gar-
denbrook Blvd, 32570 Milton
off Hamilton Bridge) 16x70 Mobile Home
850)776-2583 2BR/2BA, large decks
with aluminum patio
$5K moves you in! covers, new AC unit and
No bank qualifying new galvinized anchors
3/2.5-200 Osf-n/p 2816 with he downs. Very low
Oak Ridqe Dr. Gulf price. Must be moved.
Breeze. 850) 240-3122 623-1660 or 983-6092
Home for Sale |
3 bedroom home for rent 7
or for sale. 994-2877 1ST TIME OFFERED
Colorado Mountain
Have Ranch. 35 ACRES -
Have $39,900. Priced for
Challenges? Quick Sale. Overlooking
Damaged Property, a majestic lake, beauti-
Relocation, Divorce, fully treed, 360 degree
Behind on Payments, In- mountain views, ad-acent
heritance, Probate, to national forest. EZ
Bankruptcy, Problem Terms. Offered by Cola-
Rental, Medical Bills, rado Land & Ranches.
Retirement, Need to (866)353-4807.
Move, Need Cash
many others. I can Help ARIZONA LAND LIQ-
youl UIDATION! Near Tuc-
CALL NOWI! son, Football Field Sized
(850) 221-2269 Lots. $0 Down/$0 Inter-
No Realtor Fees! est, $159/Month
BUBBA BUYS HOUSES $ 18,995 totally. FREE IN-
Back Guaranteel dy
LOCATION, (800)682-6103 Op#10.
Wonderful 4 bed/2 MOUNTAIN LAND
bath home located in Pristine mountain prop-
Timber Ridge. Great erty with over 4 miles of
open layout with large river fronta e. 1 to 8
ckyard. Priced ri"t acre homesites from the
Sat ,195,000. Caf $80'sI Custom owner's
Deck Realty, Inc for an lodge, river walk & more.
appointment 1 Adjacent to the Pisgah
850-626-0711 Or Cell National Forest. Call
850-346-2165 owner: (866)800-4561.

renovated with new roof, NORTH CAROLINA MTS
new appliances, ceiling FREE Color Brochure &
fans, and fenced yard. Information MOUNTAIN
6568 Julia Drive PROPERTIES with Spec-
$84,900. 470-9898 tacular views, Homes,
Cabins, Creeks, & In-
Milton vestment acreage. CHER-
Lakefront, 2BD/1 .5BA OKEE MOUNTAIN
brick with new GMAC REAL ESTATE...
roof/windows on cherokeemountainrealtycom
1 acre. 1,028sf living Call for free brochure
area $137,000 (800)841-5868.
5524 Whisper Lane
850 995-1373 o Coastal Georgia
850 449-8424 Land Liquidatonl 20
to 40+ acres from
Niceville $99,900 to $169,900.
Open House 8/1c1 Beautiful timber, potential
1-24pm, 4467 Kingslynn to subdivide. Pay no clos-
Road Huntington S'D. ing costs for limited time.
Call d50-502-0729 Excellent financing. Call
Call 850-502-0729 Now! (800)898-4409, x
tin Sale. Modulars, Mo- PROPERTY Beautiful
bile & Stilt Homes. 0% ma PERTY Beautifuln
DOWN when youo marsh view and
DOWNur land Call for own creekside homesites, min-
youor Broland. Callhures utes to the Golden Isles.
o(802r6 2 2 Creekside homesite with
(800)622-2832. woodstork rookery, 2.1
acres at $99,990. Long
range marshview home-
site 2.8 acres at
7120 $149,990. Call owner:
[ 7120 (866)799-5903.
Space for lease. Retail
or office. High traffic
area. 5217 and 5215
Dogwood Drive Holmes Deep Water Moun-
Plaza. Call 623-6184 tainm View Lake Lot on
Milton. Georgia's Laraest Private
Lake. Gated Golf, Ten-
^ nis, Pool. Seller is Agent.
520,000. Clay Dalton
1(770)8 15-541
1 7130
2BR, 2BA on beach at Developer's Closeout
The Crescent. $745,000. Now-Sieptember
Financing incentives 29th- save on already
available 812-734-5600 low pre-construction pric-
ing starting at 70k. Lots
& condos available w/
_______ water, marsh, golf, na-
ture views. 1yr. no pay-
- 7S7150 Iment options.
Milton (877)266-7376
Lot 1 Acre Carl Booker
Rd East Milton zoned AG LIMITED TIME OFFER
$25,000. Nice Lot High 100% FINANCING-
& Dry. Residential or Mo- Gated Lakefront Commu-
bile Home. 623-4976. nity of the NC Blue Ridge
Mtns. 90 miles of Shore-
Milton line start $99,000 Call
Lot. Residential. Now (800)709-LAKE.
Dogwood Drive.
$1 5,000.00 623-4976 Mid-Summer Sale!
-Dockable Lakefront
So/ Central Florida. NOW $59,900. SAVE
Lake Lots Reduced $20,000. Lake Access
$100,000 Owner says with FREE Boat Slips
"SELL"! 1 to 3 acre lake- NOW $19,900. SAVE
front and lake access $10,000. 1 Day- Aug.
properties in a gated 11th Only! Gorgeous pri-
community with city vate lake. Wooded
water and sewer, paved park like setting. Easy ac-
roads and underground cess 1-40. Gated lake
utilities. Priced from community w/ paved
$99,900 w/ excellent fi- rds, utils, more. Excellent
nancing available. Call financing. Call now
(866)352-2249 ext [888)792-5253, x
2051. 1382.

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tracts starting at
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owner (800)810-1590.

New Orleans,
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in Historic Faubourg
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SEE, New Gated Devel-
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So. Colorado Ranch
Sale 35 Acres- $36,900
Spectacular Rocky Moun-
tain Views Year round
access, elec/ tele in-
cluded. Come for the
weekend, stay for a life-
time. Excellent financing
available w/ low down
payment. Call Red Creek
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328 acres, Utility Water,
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8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes

84 Chevy
White, tops, new tires,
automatic, runs strong.
Great shape $6500.
OBO (850)537-8752
or 546-075

1999 V-6, automatic 2005 Dodge Ram
every option, dual cim- Lonestar Edition SLT
fort zones, new Michelin Quad Cab 4x2. 18,200
tires low mileage, mint miles, DVD player, side Quachita Canoe. 17
condition. Whit with rails, locked bed cover. foot. Ver Wide. $400
grey leather interior. $19,800. FIRM. 626-8823
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Pay Cash for junk cars Fo
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Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048 65K mi
- 2.15K.

1992 Jeep Wran-
ler. Good Condition.
4200 FIRM.

rd Freestar
. AC, power eve- 7.5 Mercury outboard.
Red. Serious in- $600.
only please. 850-496-5482/850-626
Call 449-5847 -8683

4 wheeler-2005 Susuki
Eiger quad runner
bought new 10-06. New
condition onl 50 miles.
Payoff $3850.00 Will in-
clude winch free.
850-983-9876 or
850-910-0266 cell

| - 8340 1
33 feet, 454 Chevy, self
contained, 6.5 Onan, 2
a/c runs good. $5600.
Call 850-537-8660 or
2007 Winnebago
Elite 32 ft. Gray and
White. Back-up camera.
1500 miles. Brand New.
Used 4 times. $70,000.

1999 Ford F-250 XLT
Lariat Super duty, 7.3
turbo diesel, quad cab
1996 Ford Crown Vic- LWB, automatic, all
toria, 4-door. Mileage leather, new tires. Excel-
82,000. 1 senior owner, lent condition. $12,700
Price $4,500. 623-4228 Private owner 983-2296
or 206-4008

PIL TI' ij9. IINlime r vehicles include all incentives & trade
ennepg hrl 1: [ , ,W l h , ,, ,1 4, 1 .4
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GREAT MPG...............................$10,450*
31K MILES, #71103 .....................$10,495*
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3RD ROW SEAT............................$13,985*
ONE OWNER...............................$13,985*
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