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Publication Date: December 8, 2007
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J December 8, 2007

Tax Collector's audit gets questioned

7 Adkison's prosecutor questions independent auditor's work

Despite receiving a con-
viction in the trial of Dana
Adkison on charges of theft
and unlawful financial transac-
tions, Assistant State Attorney
Russ Edgar still has some
unfinished business.
According to Edgar's let-
ter "O'Sullivan and Creel state
in both the 2004 and 2005
reports that the controls appear
to be working."
- In response to the letter
sent by Edgar to County
Attorney Thomas Danheiser
dated Nov. 15, O'Sullivan and

Creel had lashed back by stat-
ing, "Thank you for giving us
an opportunity to respond to
the letter you received from
Russell G. Edgar, Assistant
State Attorney, dated
November 15th, 2007, which
contains inaccurate statements
and was drafted in a manner
that it is misleading as to our
responsibilities as independent
auditors. It is clear that Edgar
does not understand the func-
tion of the independent audit
O'Sullivan and Creel state
that their role as the County's
independent auditor is clearly

described in our engagement
letter for each year's audit.
These letters clearly spell out
that we were hired to express
an opinion on the financial
statements of the office of the
Tax Collector, not to render
opinions on internal control
O'Sullivan and Creel state
"regarding our opinions on the
financial statements, there is
no doubt we arrived at the
proper opinions; that the finan-
cial statements of the Office of
the Tax Collector were pre-
sented fairly."
O'Sullivan and Creel also

addressed the matter of inter-
nal theft and stated "Even with
the knowledge of the internal
theft of funds, the financial
statements for those audit peri-
ods were NOT materially mis-
stated," according to their let-
ter. "We would issue the same
opinion today, as we did then."
Edgar pointed out that in
the three years prior to the
Deputy Tax Collector discov-
ering Adkison had taken more
than $10,000 in cash from a
deposit on November 10th,
that Adkison had delayed more
than 370 deposits, which was
introduced by the state (exhib-

it 10) and that this was not
noted in any of O'Sullivan and
Creel's reports.
O'Sullivan and Creel
noted in their response that the
370 delayed deposits occurred
over a 34-month period and
that it helps to put this into per-
spective based upon the size of
the Tax Collector's operations.
During that period there were
10,200 separate deposits
made. And that "Per Edgar's
analysis, out of the 370
deposits, 199 of these were
considered one day late," said
O'Sullivan and Creel's letter.
"Percentage wise, 96.4%

(9830 out of 10,200 deposits
were deposited timely, 98.3%
(10,029 out of 10,200) were
deposited within two days, and
the remainder (1.7 percent)
more than two days. Some of
these may have been receipted
after the bank's cut off time
(usually mid-afternoon) and
would have been considered a
deposit of the following day.
O'Sullivan and Creel stated,
"it should be pointed out that
even though these were
"delayed", the delay is not a
definite indicator:
See TAXES Page 3A

Harris pleads out

to June DUI wreck

Press Gazette Staff Report
Joshua Harris, 19, of Pace,
plead guilty Wednesday in a
Santa Rosa County Courtroom
on two counts of DUI
manslaughter for the two lives
'34 taken after a car crash he
caused on Highway 90 this past
Harris also plead guilty to
two counts of serious bodily
, injury for two others involved
S, , the crash who were hospital-
ized for their injuries but sur-.
Harris faces the maximum
sentence of 40 years in jail, and
has a sentencing hearing sched-
uled for January 29 before
Judge Thomas R. Santurri.
The accident occurred on
June 13 around 10:40 p.m. at
Lori Lane and Highway 90 in
The Florida Highway
Patrol reports Harris was driv-
ing a 2004 Honda 2-door west
bound in the outside lane when
he struck the back of a 2003
Chevy SUV.
Troopers say the impact
caused the SUV to begin rotat-

ing clockwise. It traveled onto
the westbound shoulder of
Highway 90 and began flip-
ping. Shana Sanders, 22, and
Amanda Pearl Davis, 21, were
ejected from the vehicle.
Sanders was pronounced
dead at the scene by a Baptist
LifeFlight Paramedic, and
Davis was transported to West
Florida Hospital where she died
-.he next day.
A third occupant of the
SUV, Jonathan C. Schaefers,
24, was taken to Sacred Heart
Hospital in critical condition
and survived. Officials report-
ed no one in the SUV was
wearing their seatbelt at the
time of the crash.
Also injured wasl8 year-
old Rebecca N. Norman who
survived.the crash.
Harris, who sustained only
minor injuries, was wearing his
Harris has a long list of
traffic violations prior to the
accident: including speeding,
expired tag, running a stop sign,
not wearing a seatbelt, and dis-
obeying lane direction control.

Live Oak Celebration

at National Seashore

The Gulf Islands National
Seashore will host a Live Oak
Celebration from 1 to 3 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 9, at the Naval
Live Oaks Visitor Center in
Gulf Breeze.
The two-hour celebration
willifeature the historical per-
spective of the importance of
live oaks to the U.S. Navy
when naval forces were pri-
mary in national defense. The
celebration will also highlight
the cultural and environmental
importance of live oaks to
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Americans and wildlife.
"All the way around, live
oaks are one of the best trees
we have," said Pat Ann, Santa
Rosa coordinator for the
University of Florida's Florida
Yards and Neighborhoods pro-
gram. "The most important
thing about using live oaks is
that they're resistant to high
winds and disease, and are
drought tolerant."
According to the National
Park Service, live oaks
became the premiere material
to construct naval ships in the
18th and early 19th centuries.
In response to demand for the
material, the National Live
Oaks Reservation, located in
what today is the Gulf Breeze
area, was created in 1828 by
order of President John
Quincy Adams. It has
remained in federal possession
The original intention for
the tract was to experiment
with the cultivation of live
oaks from acorns. Before the
Civil War, live oak wood was
the primary material of choice
for shipbuilders, therefore the
protection of the trees for
naval defense was vital.
"The reservation was the
first attempt at conservation,"
Park Ranger Mike Aymond
said. "The concept was noble
See OAKS Page 3A

The Duncan McCall Pipe Band will be performing today from
11:30 to 2 p.m. at Tastee Freeze in Milton. The band will also be
offering demonstrations on bagpipes and Scottish-style drum-
ming for those interested.
Submitted photo

Pipe band brings

music to Milton

The Duncan McCall Pipe
Band will be performing and
offering demonstrations on
bagpipes and Scottish-style
drumming at the Tastee
Freeze in Milton on Dec. 8th
from 11:30-2:00. If you've
ever been curious about how
bagpipes work or just want to
hear some great piping and
drumming, come join us for
lunch and enjoy the show.
Duncan McCall Pipe
Band. "Pensacola's Premier
Pipe Band" is a Grade 4 com-
petition and concert pipe band
founded June 1st, 2004 under
the direction of Pipe Major
Steven Bicknell and Drum
Sergeant Michael Paige. The
band has 11 pipers and 9
drummers currently on the

roster. The band has several
competing pipers that range
from Grade 4 to Grade 1,
while the drum section has
several competing drummers
from Grade 3 up to the
Professional level. Duncan
McCall Pipe Band is a young
and exciting group that fea-
tures a full repertoire of
Scottish and Celtic Music
while delivering inspiring
performances that include
strong melodies and beautiful
harmonies, soloists, duets,
quartets and drumming fan-
The band is sponsored by
Duncan McCall Advertising
Agency. For more informa-
tion contact Michael Duncan
at 850-476-5035.

Santa Claus

has come

to town

(Right) Santa made his anr..i ?I appearance ir l .or. C Tht parvd-ie had a -age turnout and serveraN
sights and :;ou;., !:,a ':h, girls pictured or,
the float below.
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Wednesday, 10:10 p.m.
Hi, my name is Gary. I was
just reading the Speak. Out
about the county wanting to
spend $80,000 an acre for land
on Avalon Blvd. rather than
invest in East Milton. The
County Commissioners treat
East Milton like the step-child
of the county. We've got about
1,000 ft of sewer line, we've
got the worst cable television
system, we've got no services
except a good school, and
we've got the jail, otherwise
we've got nothing. And that's
the way they treat us. We've
got lots of good land here for a
lot less but they go looking
everywhere else. You go fig-

Wednesday, 9:02 p.m.
Yes, I was calling about the
Wednesday Speak Outs. It's
amazing how the County work-
ers think they're guaranteed a
rate-increase when people in the
private sector are working extra
hours and dor't ha. e nearly the
benefits the county does.
-I think it's kind of crazy.
They ought to start operating
like the independent businesses
do and there'd be a whole lot. '
less workers than there are now
in the county. In the private s -.
tor there'd be five people dog
what 10 or 15 do in the couria.
There's plenty of nionell. at
keeps coming in, just raise your
They definitely need to have
a reality, check look at what's
going on look at what's going on
with the Tax Collectors Office.
They don't even know what
kind of money they're taking in.
Mr. McClure needs to
resign; it says a lot about the
man, he can't even take care of
his own office. Thank you.

Wednesday, 5:40 p.m.
Hi my name is Jo. I was
just wondering with all the
water pollution we have in
Santa Rosa County why there
aren't any port-a-potties at the
bridge construction sites on
Highway 90. Just curiosity why
there isn't one.

Wednesday, 12:45 p.m.
Yes, this is Mick. I just
wonder why our County
Commissioners cannot act on
the work they were elected for
and go ahead and put up a court-
house on the land the county
already owns instead of trying to
buy other land. They're just
bound to spend our money, and
I'm not for that. Thank you.

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

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Weir, Edgar D.
1915 - 2007
Edgar D. Weir, Sr., age
92, of Milton passed away
Sunday, December 2, 2007
after a long illness. He was
born February 8, 1915 in
Chester County, TN to the
late Myrtle V. Deaton and
Edgar Lee Weir. He was a
native of Jackson, TN, where
he resided for 85 years. Ed
served in the U.S. Navy;
aboard the USS PINKNEY, a
hospital and evacuation ship,
during World War II. After
leaving the service, he
worked as an Engineer on the
GM & 0 Railroad and retired
after 36 years of service. Ed
resided the past 6 years in
He is survived by his
wife-Patricia Kepler-Weir;
his son-Eddie Weir, Jr. (Pat)
of Sugar Tree, TN; grand-
sons-Keith Weir of
Knoxville, TN and Kris Weir
(Krystal) and great-grand-
sons-Kyler and Kaden Weir
of Johnson City, TN, a sister,
Hortense Morgan of Dickson,
TN; and a step-grandson-
Andy (Judy) Britt of Jackson,
TN. He is also survived by
his step-daughter-Donna
Gray Mitchell (Eddie) of
Tupelo, MS and three step-
granddaughters and their
families of Saltillo, MS, and
a life-long friend, Gilda
Also preceding him in
death were his brothers-
Cecil Hubert and John
William Weir.
He was a member of First
Baptist Church, Bagdad, FL.
Funeral services for Mr.
Weir will be held at 4 p.m. at
First Baptist Church,
Bagdad, FL on Saturday,
December 8, 2007 with Rev.
Gary Weaver officiating.
Interment will be at
Highland Park Memorial
Gardens in Jackson, TN, at
'the convenience of the fami-
'Visitation is from 3-4
p m. Saturday, December 8,
follo",.ed by the service.
' In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to the
Covenant Hospice, 5907
Berryhill Rd., Milton, FL.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home is in charge of the

Greene, Weldon
Weldon Warren Greene,
Sr., age 87, of Milton and
Spanish Fort, AL, passed
away on Wednesday,
December 5, 2007.
Weldon was born in
West Virginia, and grew up
on the family farm. He
enlisted in the United States
Army during World War II,
and fought in several major
battles throughout the
European Theater. After
World War II, he married
Helen Galgon. They spent
the next 40 years in Merritt
Island, Florida, where he
retired as a machinist, work-
ing in the Missile
Propellants Field at the
Kennedy Space Center.
Their retirement years were
spent in Milton where they
enjoyed family and watch-
ing their grandchildren grow
Weldon was an avid
golfer. He enjoyed family
gatherings, working in his
yard, and watching sports,

especially when his grand-
kids were competing.
Weldon was preceded in
death by his loving wife after
61 years of faithful marriage.
He is survived by his
daughter-Barbara (Ed)
Bridges; his son-Sonny
(Caryl) Greene; grandchil-
dren-Alex (Robyn) Greene,
Sydney Bridges, and Zach
Greene; sisters-Goldie
Shrewsbury, and Virginia
Greene; and brother-Harry
(Elizabeth) Greene.
The Funeral Mass for Mr.
Greene will be held at 2:00
p.m. on Saturday, December
8, 2007, at the St. Rose of
Lima Catholic Church in
Milton with Father Dennis
O'Brien officiating. Burial
will follow in the Serenity
Gardens Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 11:00 a.m. until
1:00 p.m. on Saturday,
December 8, 2007, at the
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Pallbearers will be Billy
Vaughn, Mike Crawley, Billy
McKinny, Alex Greene, Zach
Greene, and Dale Elks.
The family wishes to
express a "Special Thank
You" to the staff at the C.H.F.
Clinic at Sacred Heart
Hospital and Doctors
Fleischhauer and Videau.

Busby, Artis
Artis Busby, age 84,
passed away Wednesday,
December 5, 2007 at a local
care facility.
He is preceded in death
by his wife of 57 years-
Emma Lee Bentley.
Mr. Busby is survived by
his two daughters-Diane
Zercher, and Cheryl "Ann
Haley; four grandchildren-
Dawn, Shawn, Jessica, and
Yancey; and five great-
grandchildren - Cayla,
Michael, Megan, Reed, and
Funeral services for Mr.
Busby were at his graveside
at 11:00 a.m., Friday,
December 7, 2007, with Rev.
John Casey officiating and
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
"Our father was a loving
husband, father, and grand-
father and will be greatly

Brown, Leila Mae
Leila Mae Brown, age
90, passed away Thursday,
November 22, 2007 at a local
care facility. She was the
daughter of Ernest and Stella
Weekley. Mrs. Brown was a
native of Bagdad and a life-
long resident of Ward Basin.
She and her late husband,
Ottis Brown, were the own-
ers operators of Brown's Fish
Camp on Yellow River for
over 72 years. Mrs. Brown
was a member of Hickory
Hammock Baptist Church
and also attended First
Baptist Church of Milton.
She loved gospel music and
was a member of Hickory
Hammock's choir. Mrs.
Brown is also preceded in
death by a sister-Marie
Weekley, and a brother-
Wilburn Weekley.
Mrs. Brown is survived
by her two daughters-
Nancy (Scott) Ralston, of
Pace, Lillian (Gary) Nelson,
of Milton; three grandchil-

dren-Karen (Joe)
MacGillivray, Sharon (Steve)
Kator, and Sherie (John)
Kiley; three great-grandchil-
dren-Katie and Scotty
MacGillivray, and Patrick
Kiley; and her sister-
Ernestine Williams, of
Funeral services for Mrs.
Brown were 2:00 p.m.,
Monday, November 26, at
Lewis Funeral Milton Chapel
with Dr. David Spencer, Rev.
Johnnie Edwards, and Rev.
Rueben Grimes officiating.
Burial followed in
Hickory Hammock
Community Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
ing. Visitation was from
5:00-7:00 p.m., Sunday,
November 25, 2007 at Lewis
Funeral Home Milton
Pallbearers were Buddy
Jordan, Richard Coe, Ray
Helms, Mike Solomon, Jerry
Womack, Willie Bishop, Dr.
Max Meredith, and Pete
Honorary pallbearers
were Tommy Weekley, John
Moore, Jessie Newberry, Jr.
Lunsford, and Gator
The family wishes to
send a special "Thank You"
to Covenant Hospice, Dr.
George Antonious and his
staff at Davita Dialysis.
Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel will be in
charge of arrangements.

Thomas, Audrey
1943 - 2007
Audrey Idelle Thomas,
age 63, of Pace, FL, was
taken from our lives way too
early on Monday, December
3rd, 2007, at Pensacola
Naval Hospital.
Mrs. Thomas was born
December 25, 1943, in
Pensacola, FL. She resided in
Florida most of her life. She
was a thoughtful and loving
mother, grandmother, daugh-
ter, sister and true friend to
many people. She loved
spending time with all of her
animals and her family. She
always put others before her-
self, and brought out the best
in everybody. She was a
member of the Fleet Reserve
Women's Auxiliary.
Mrs. Thomas was preced-
ed in death by her father-
John Wesley Shurden; her
husband-Wilbur (Bud) J.
Thomas; and her brothers-
Kenneth C. Shurden and
Johnnie F. Shurden.
She will be greatly
missed by her mother Hazel
Shurden; her children-
Randy and Coleen Weber,
Vivian and Chris Gilmore;
her grandchildren-Keith,
Eddie and Breanna Weber;
her two sisters-Nell (Al)
Clarke and Vivian Kelly; her
brother-Pete (Joann)
Shurden; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Thomas were held at 7:30
p.m. on Wednesday,
December 5, 2007, at the
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel with Pastor Norman
Sullivan officiating.
Visitation began at 6:00 p.m.
prior to the service.
Burial followed at 2:00
p.m., Thursday, December 6,
2007, at the Barrancas
National Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-


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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-

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* 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),f
456-1414. Email at:president@
* 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.

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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the monies were stolen.
In the auditing firm's
response they identified the
theft loss as $22,891, which
was reported to them. When
you compared this to the total
tax collections, this equals to
a loss rate of .000065 per cent
approximately $350 MIL-
LION over this period or
equates to a loss of $65 per
every $1 million in collec-
tions. O'Sullivan and Creel
also stated "There is evidence
to show that about $10,300 of
the $22,891 theft occurred
after the cutoff date for the
last audit period."
"Therefore, the potential
misstatement during the audit
period is approximately
.000036 or $36 per $1 million
of collections.
O'Sullivan and Creel
noted these losses as immate-
rial to the financial statements
of the Tax Collector Office
and do not affect their opinion
of the financial statements.
When contacted, Santa
Rosa County Tax Collector
Robert McClure stated "That
from an auditing standpoint
this amount of money is
viewed as immaterial relative
to the size of the operation,
however, from his perspective
as Santa Rosa County Tax
Collector, not as an auditor IT
IS MATERIAL and that there
has been a complete review of
the internal controls of the
office." He further stated that
"every void and reversal that
is executed in the office is
now signed off only by a
supervisor to prevent this type
of .thing from happening in
the future. I also want the
public to know that in the
Santa Rosa County Tax
Collector's Office we carry a
bond which covers any loss in
case of theft and that as of
today the Office of Tax
Collector has recovered
' $10,300 of the total loss of
$22,891 and that a claim has
been filed to recover the bal-

ance of $12,591 prior to the
sentencing date."
Adkison is expected to
be sentenced by Judge Ron
Swanson on December 20th.
The Association of
Certified Public Fraud
Examiners noted around 12 %
of occupational fraud is dis-
covered by the independent
audit process.
Edgar reports that our
auditors claim to have seen
sign-offs on documents that
do not - contain initials.
However, on November 8,
2004 an audit team member
reviewed a transaction
processed by Betty Sue
Holland on August 12, 2004.
Our auditor was provided
with a daily balancing report
containing the initials of Betty
Sue Holland (BSH) and Dana
Adkison. The daily balance
report agreed with the amount
of the bank deposit for the
same day's collections, but
when they were introduced
during the trial neither bared
the initials the auditing firm
asserted they contained.
O'Sullivan and Creel feel
there is a plausible explana-
tion for this.
"The defendant falsified
the documents by printing a
fresh balance report and
inserting the missing initials
for the auditor's review, his
response said. "I am sure she
suspected the absence of ini-
tials would raise a red flag,
create questions, and likely
result in the selection of addi-
tional transactions.
"It is also important to
note that there would be no
motivation on the part of our
audit team to sign-off on a test
procedure that was not per-
formed, especially, since the
walkthrough takes very little
time to complete"
O'Sullivan and Creel
noted Adkison was a high
level key employee (supervi-
sor over the tax department)
and was responsible for mon-
itoring work performed by
other employees within the

department as well as prepar-
ing the daily cash deposits."
"We have also been told
that part of the cover-up
involved the unknowing
assistance from the software
vendor and the use of soft-
ware that was an early release
version that presented some
operational challenges,"
wrote O'Sullivan and Creel.
"Nevertheless, the fraud was
detected before it rose to a
material level, so one could
argue that the control system
did work."'
Since the Nov. 10, 2005
discovery, according to Santa
Rosa County Tax Collector
Robert McClure, the office
has implemented several
changes in their procedures.
He further stated that
"The system that had been in
place prior to him taking
office had worked well for
many years for previous Tax
Collectors Archie Glover and
Barbara Holley, which prior
to him had served the county
in the same capacity for 57
years between them." He
stated that "I did not come
into office changing proce-
dures that had worked well
for the last half century and
which were updated annually
or as needed and recom-
mended by the audit staff of
O'Sullivan and Creel."
McClure went on to state
that "In his opinion there is
not a system of checks and
balances that could be put
into place, which could not
be taken advantage of by the
right person in the right posi-
tion. And that the procedures
within the office were re-
evaluated in light of the theft
and that additional controls
were added."
When asked if any con-
trols were implemented other
than the two mentioned earli-
er, the signing off of each
void and reversal by a super-
visor, he further stated that,
"each afternoon after closing,
prior to the discovery of the
theft each clerk counted their

cash drawer and left $200 in
it for starting money for the
following day and that the
rest of the money was then
placed in the vault to be
counted the following morn-
ing by someone else who
then gave it with a total cash
count to the current tax
department to be recounted
and balanced against the
daily balance report of each
clerk from the previous day."
The changes made requires
each clerk to count out their
$200 which is placed in their
cash drawer for the next day.
The remaining money is then
counted separately with the
adding machine tape
attached. It is then recounted
by a clerk chosen at random
by a supervisor to assure that
the money count is correct.
The money is then placed
in an envelope and sealed
with the two clerks present.
Each clerk then signs the lip
of the envelope and places it
in the clerks cash drawer
which is then placed in a
locked cash drawer in the"
vault which requires two
keys to access. It is then
recounted the following
morning by the current tax
department and balanced
against the daily balance
report of each clerk and pre-
pared for deposit. The
deposit is then made and the
deposit receipt is returned to
the accounting/booking
departing to make sure that
the deposit again balances
with the prior days daily bal-
ance report.
Since the discovery of
the theft, which is now over
two years, I believe there has
been one delayed deposit and
that our current tax depart-
ment is operating as it should
have even without the addi-
tional controls. I believe
there has to be a'cost benefit
ratio that is positive for the
taxpayer in order to imple-
ment additional controls at
taxpayer expense. The work
environment of the Santa

Rosa County Tax Collector's
office is based on trust, this
environment is one we want
to maintain throughout any
change process.
"I realize the need for
controls and will continue to
review and implement them
as the staff as or I see the
need or as they are recom-
mended by our auditing team
of O'Sullivan and Creel. One
of my major concerns in a sit-
uation such as we have had is
that the controls are sufficient
so that the person responsible
for the wrong doing cannot
point the finger at an innocent
person or persons and us not
have the controls in place to
see who made the inappropri-
ate transactions in the first
place. In this case even the
payments made in cash could
be traced as to when the pay-
ments were made and when
they were reversed, which
was a key factor in the case
just tried. We could look back
at the reversal of each cash
payment and see who was
responsible for the reversal
and we could then see how

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the account was repaid which
I feel shows that our system
did work and is now even bet-
ter with the new controls we
have in place."
McClure went on to say "I
would like to thank the States
Attorneys Office, Mr. Bill
Eddins and certainly a special
thanks to the Assistant States
Attorney Mr. Edgar for his
work, dedication and success-
ful prosecution in this case."

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The reservation was
included in the Gulf Islands
National Seashore's establish-
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Among the ships con-
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a parade in front of the school, mer students and alumni of
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

East Milton / Community

A fond farewell for East

Milton Elementary teacher

In a truly heartfelt cere-
mony, the students, staff and
teachers bid farewell to one
of their favorite teachers.
Mrs. Brenda Dwiggens has
been called up to active duty
by the United States Navy.
Petty Officer First Class
Dwiggens will be stationed
in Iraq for the next full year.
For the 5 years that Mrs.
Dwiggens has taught at East
Milton ES, she has had a
positive impact on all of her
students. Being able to make
each new student feel wel-
come at the school, and read-
ily making them comfortable
in a first year learning expe-
rience, she excelled at her
To honor Mrs. Dwiggens
the entire school assembled
to give her a rousing and
memorable send-off.
Wearing red, white, and blue
clothing and waving
American flags, the students
set the mood for a patriotic
and impressive event. Mrs.
Lisa Hilliard sang the

National Anthem, and Milton
High School Band members
played several songs to
honor the men and women
serving in our armed forces.
Under the direction of Cindy
Greene, EMES music
teacher, the students sang
'God Bless the USA.' King
MS student, Katie Haigh
impressed everyone with her
solo, 'You Raise Me Up.'
Several elected state and
county officials were there to
share their thoughts and best
wishes to Dwiggens, and to
remind everyone of all those
serving in our military. State
Representative Greg Evers,
Greg Brown for State
Senator Durrell Peaden,
USN Captain Kris Tande for
US Senator Mel Martinez,
and Lonnie Hawkins for
Congressman Jeff Miller.
Santa Rosa County
Commissioners Don Salter,
Bob Cole and John Broxson,
Greg Brown, Sr., represented
the county. Assistant
Superintendent Tim

Wyrosdick and Sherry
Diamond, Director of
Elementary Education also
were on hand. Rev. Carl
Gallups of Hickory
Hammock Baptist Church
gave a brief talk, reminding
everyone to think of those
who are fighting for our free-
As each guest spoke and
offered their best wishes to
Mrs. Dwiggens, there were
many tears and much laugh-
ter over fond memories.
There was sadness over her
departure, but there was a
great outpouring of pride for
our country and those who
serve our country in every
Petty Office Dwiggens
will be gone from her family,
friends and students for the
next year. But with our age
of technology, she will be
able to keep in touch with
email and videos of her
experiences. The reception
and ceremony was a very fit-
ting end to Military

(Above) East Milton students
and staff wore patriotic colors
and waved flags at the ceremo-
ny honoring Mrs. Dwiggens.
(Right) There were hugs and
tears from family and friends of
teacher/Petty Officer First
Class Brenda Dwiggens.
Appreciation Month, and the
day also marked the birthday
of the United States Navy.
Everyone in the East
Milton Community wishes a
safe tour of duty and a quick
return to Mrs. Dwiggins.

Whiting Field CPO receives CFC recognition

The Escarosa Combined
Federal Campaign (CFC)
recently selected Chief Air
Traffic Controller Keith Morgan
from Naval Air Station Whiting
Field to receive the Menard
Award. The award is presented
annually to the CFC Volunteer
of the Year for the district.
Morgan was selected from a
group of nearly 80 activity
chairpersons in Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties. The CFC
is the one time each year that
military and other federal
employees can be solicited on
behalf of charitable, not-for-
profit organizations.
"Whiting Field is a some-
what distant location and it is
easy for them to be left on their

own," said Ron Denson, pro-
gram director for the Escarosa
CFC. "He took ownership of the
program. He owned the cam-
paign and refused to let it fail."
Twelve of the fifteen organ-
izations on the base met or
exceeded their goals.
Additionally, the Defense
Commissary and Training Wing
FIVE on NAS Whiting Field
earned two of the three traveling
trophies recognizing the top
campaigns. Overall, the agen-
cies on Whiting Field increased
giving by approximately 9 per-
cent over last year. During a year
where overall giving was down,
that was a significant accom-
Morgan. attributed the. suc-

cess of the CFC program at the
base to the activity chairpersons
with whom he worked.
"It's a hard job to go to your
shipmates and explain the pro-
gram and then ask them to con-
tribute," he said. "Every one of
the key people did a great job."
The Menard Award recog-
nizes more than just level of giv-
ing. The criteria also includes
efficiency of tracking multiple
commands, special event coordi-
nation, attending training, meet-
ing deadlines, and other addi-
tional responsibilities. The
amazing part of Morgan's cam-
paign was that he wasn't origi-
nally slated to run it.
Another Chief Petty Officer.
volunteered to be the campaign

chairperson for Whiting Field,
but had to transfer unexpectedly
after the initial planning had
begun. He stepped in and took
over just before the kick-off of
the campaign. According to
Morgan, it was somewhat diffi-
cult, but he is glad he did it.
"All the organizations are
spread out, and some of them are
small and hard to track. That was
the hard part, but once we got
everyone together and on board -
it went well," said Morgan. "It
was really -Tewarding to see the
young Sailors, who may not nor-
mally contribute, step up and
donate to a good cause."
Overall, the Escarosa CFC
raised nearly $700,000, with
some dollars still trickling in.

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Seventeen Sailors from Naval
Air Station Whiting Field
were recently selected for pro-
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advancement cycle. The serv-
ice members were frocked to
their new ranks during an
awards ceremony at the base,
Nov. 21.
The frocking ceremony
allows the Sailors to wear the
new uniform of a first, second
or third class Petty Officer
while waiting for their actual
advancement date.
Adrian Zuluaga, Jesus
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Wilder were selected for pro-
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Search the
The Bible is a marvelous
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book, it is absolutely accu-
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upon which it touches. It is
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Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church
5038 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive,

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

-Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd.. Milton
-Berrydale Baptist Church
6730 Hwy. 4, Jay
-Billory 1st Baptist of Holley-Navarre
Highway 87 North Holley
-Blackwater Baptist
11689 Munson Hwy., Milton
-Calvary Baptist
Hwy. 89, Allentown
-Cora Baptist
12953 Hwy 197, Jay
-East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
-Ferris Hill Baptist
6848 Chaffin Street. Milton
-First Bagdad Baptist
4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad
-First Baptist of Garcon Point
1780 Garcon Point Rd., Milton
-First Baptist of Milton
6797 Caroline St., Milton
-Florida Baptist Convention
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
-Floridatown Baptist
3851 Diamond Street ,Pace
-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
8500 Pleasant Home, Munson
-Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.
6820 Hwy. 87 North Milton
-Spring Hill Baptist Church
9214 Munson Hwy. Milton
-Wallace Baptist Church
6601 Chumuckla Hwy.
-Woodbine Baptist Church
4912 Woodbine Road Pace

-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
-Susan St. Church of Christ
600 Susan St. Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
-Pea Ridge Church of Christ
4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge



-Ferris Hill Church of God in Chr
909 N. Alabama St., Milton
-World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St., Milton
-Community Chapel Church of Gc
4300 Pace Lane,
South of Wal-Mart
-Church of God in Christ
5887 N. Stewart St., Milton

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-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

-Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton

-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
-lst 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
.4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton
-Church of the Living God
3375 Garcon Pt. Milton
-New Testament Church
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
-Shepherd House Ministries
5739 N. Stewart St., Milton
-Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart-St., Milton
-West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace

-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 Church
2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
-New Vision Worship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton

A 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

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Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church .
SPastor Carl Gallups (since 1987) "l \
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am ..
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:CO' , p-'-
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm
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Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama * Children & Youth Ministries and lots m6re!1

-Roeville Holiness Church
Munson Hwy., Milton
-Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy 164)
Jay, FL 32565

-Westminster Presbyterian Church
PCA 6659 Park Avenue, Milton

-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

Shepherd's House
5739 Stewart St. * P.O. Box 3565
Milton, FL 32572
(850) 983-3228

Founder & Senior Pastor Pastor
The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life
and he that winneth souls is wise. Proverbs 11:30

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

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

L. Episcopal Church
The Rev. John Wallace
S ,.; Services:
"\ Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
" Sunday School: 9:45 am
Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nursery provided for Sunday service
Phone (850) 623-2905

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Sunday School 9:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m.
Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday Opportunities available
for all ages 6:30 p.m.

Christ United Methodist Churdch
5983 Dogwood Drive, (Hwy 89), Milton
Church Office: 623-8820 John F. Edwards, Pastor


4587 Woodbine Road
Pace, FL 32571
Ph 995-4553

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Rev. Shuford White, Pastor

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

Chumuckla United Methodist Church

Praise & Worship - 9 am
Traditional Worship -11 am

Wednesday Night Worship - 6:30 pm

Pastor. Clive Knights
Stephen Minister: Donna Lee * 994-0870
9475 Chumnuckia kH wy. * Jai. FL 32565

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

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6A Saturday, December 8, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette

Milton, Florida

Vol. 100, Number 69


We are all


Driving along Highway 90 can be very confusing.
A billboard talks about clean up, fix up, green up, but
after you pass the sign one beings to wonder when the
work will begin.
For many years we have received calls about what
was goin to be done with the old motorcycle store
between Wendy's and McDonald's.
The gas station at the comer of Highway 90 and
Dogwood Drive is another example.
This is just the tip of the iceberg.
It's even worse when we need someone to enforce
laws so our community stays clean and attractive.
Why should a city have to spend money on someone
to make sure their yard is not the next topic of Jeff
Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, or Bill Engval?
As recently as last year there were still blue roofs in
Who's fault is this?
The homeowner who cannot afford insurance or the
insurance rates we were promised relief from that never
came through.
A campaign is nice to clean up the city (or the entire
county), but who is going to clean up the county from
those campaigning for office.
Some politicians leave their signs up well beyond
their defeat and others who are currently on the cam-
paign trail have tattooed every telephone pole and sta-
tionary item with their presidential bid.
How can a community maintain its clean and green
perspective when those hauling waste down our roads
could care less if something blows out of the back of
their truck.
And heaven forbid if you say something about their
trash blowing out and littering the roadways.
The position the city is taking is an admirable one,
but the leadership necessary to pull this off needs to be
more than a hand full of individuals.
To succeed at this clean up goal, it is going to take a
large concerted effort.
0 Law enforcement needs to make sure those travel-
ing with trash have it tarped to keep it from blowing all
over the place.
O Code enforcement, since this has become a socie-
tal must, should be ever vigilent in taking care of matters
and watching potential hot spots.
A goal of cleaning up the city cannot be a two or
three week campaign, it is a commitment.
0 The community has to buy into the program as
You don't have to go out and purchase the best flow-
ers or lawn ornaments, but keeping your yard properly
maintained and clean is key.
If you have a yard sale or are selling something, it is
understandable that you want to promote it with a few
signs, but be courteous enough to collect them after you
are through.
It might seem like those of us who care about the
appearance of the community are asking a lot, but in the
long run, shouldn't the appearance of the community
match the quality of life we try to maintain and achieve?


Income mobility is happening

Listening to people like Lou
Dobbs, John Edwards and Mike
Huckabee lamenting the plight of
America's middle class and poor, you'd
have to conclude that things are going
to hell in a handbasket. According to
them, there's wage stagnation, while
the rich are getting richer and the poor
becoming poorer. There are a couple of
updates that tell quite a different story.
The Nov. 13
Wall Street Journal
editorial "Movin'
On Up" reports on
a recent U.S.
Treasury study of
income tax returns
from 1996 and
2005. The study
tracks what hap-
WALTER opened to tax filers
WILLIAMS 25 years of age and
up during this 10-
year period. Controlling for inflation,
nearly 58 percent of the poorest
income group in 1996 moved to a
higher income group by 2005. Twenty-
six percent of them achieved middle or
upper-middle class income, and over 5
percent made it into the highest income
Over the decade, the inflation-
adjusted median income of all tax filers
rose by 24 percent. As such, it refutes
Dobbs-Edwards-Huckabee claims
about stagnant incomes. In fact, only
one income group experienced a
decline in real income. That was the
richest one percent, who saw an

income drop of nearly 26 percent over
the 10-year period. The editors explain
that these people might have been rich
for a few years, had some capital gains,
or could not stand up to the competition
with new entrepreneurs and wealth cre-
The U.S. Treasury study confirms
previous studies dating back to the
1960s, concluding, "The basic finding
of this analysis is that relative income
mobility is approximately the same in
the last 10 years as it was in the previ-
ous decade." As such, it points to a
uniquely American feature: Just
because you know where a person
ended up in life doesn't mean you can
be sure about where he started. Most of
today's higher income and wealthy did
not start out that way.
What about claims of a disappear-
ing middle class? Let's do some detec-
tive work. Controlling for inflation, in
1967, 8 percent of households had an
annual income of $75,000 and up; in
2003, more than 26 percent did. In
1967, 17 percent of households had a
$50,000 to $75,000 income; in 2003, it'
was 18 percent. In 1967, 22 percent of
households were in the $35,000 to
$50,000 income group; by 2003, it had
fallen to 15 percent. During the same
period, the $15,000 to $35,000 category
fell from 31 percent to 25 percent, and
the under $15,000 category fell from 21
percent to 16,percent. The only reason-
able conclusion from this evidence is
that if the middle class is disappearing,
it's doing so by swelling the ranks of

the upper classes.
What about the concentration of
wealth? In 1918, John D.
Rockefeller's fortune accounted for
more than half of one percent of total
private wealth. To compile the same
half of one percent of the private
wealth in the United States today,
you'd have to combine the fortunes of
Microsoft's Bill Gates ($53 billion)
and Paul Allen ($16 billion), Oracle's
Larry Ellison ($19 billion), and a third
of Berkshire Hathaway's Warren
Buffett's $46 billion. In 1920,
America's richest one percent held
about,40 percent of private wealth; by
1980, the private wealth held by the
richest one percent fell to about 20
percent and has remained stable at
that level since.
Demagogues duping Americans
about stagnant and declining income
give politicians justification to raise
taxes and place regulatory obstacles in
the path of risk-taking, productivity
and hard work that will impede the
enviable income mobility that has
become a part of American tradition.
Raising taxes on capital formation
reduces the rate of capital formation.
Raising taxes on income reduces
incentives to work. Unfortunately,
because so many Americans buy into
the politics of envy, politicians have a
leg up in enacting measures that crip-
ple economic growth.
Walter E. Williams is a
professor of economics at
George Mason University.


It is no picnic being one of the filthy rich





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By Jim Hightower

Time for another peek
[lifestyle theme] into the
"Lifestyles of the Rich and
Those of us in the riff-
raff class rarely realize how
hard life is for the rich. I
don't mean the merely rich,
but the richy-rich - the bil-
lionaire class. Yes, if you're
one of them, you've got half
a dozen luxurious houses
around the world, servants
galore, private jets and heli-
copters, your own chef, and.
well, anything you want. But
what if you don't "make it?"
The "it" is the list, the
annual "Forbes" magazine
list of the 400 richest

Americans. This is the ulti-
mate social register, the
measure of whether your
wealth is really "wow" or
just common. Well, this
year's list has come out, and
even being a billionaire no
longer assures you of mak-
ing the cut. In fact, being at
the very bottom of the list,
the 400th richest American,
now requires $1.3 billion in
wealth. This means that 82
certified American billion-
aires failed to qualify. How
embarrassing is that? You
can practically feel their
pain, can't you?
Part of the problem for
run-of-the-mill billionaires
is that a horde of Wall Street
speculators have recently

zoomed to a level of fiber-
thanks to
the unregu-
schemes of
and private
equity exec-
utives. Of
Jim the 45 new-
HIGHTOWER comers to
this year's
"Forbes" list, half made
their bundles in such
schemes. With these opera-
tors pocketing billions of
bucks, such regulars as the
honcho of Starbucks and an
heiress to the Campbell
Soup fortune were bumped

right off the "Forbes" list.
See. It's a cruel world.
Interestingly, these high-
flying Wall Streeters have
been lobbying furiously in
Washington to stave off any
regulation of their financial
flim-flammery and, especial-
ly, to forestall efforts to tax
their pots of gold. After all,
if they are regulated and
taxed, even at the lowTlevel
of other billionaires. They
are not likely to make next
year's list.

For more information on
Jim Hightower's work - and
to subscribe to his award-
winning monthly newsletter,
The Hightower Lowdown,

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Today In Jay / Community

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Bible Conference at
Faith Baptist Church
A Bible Conference will
be hosted by Faith Baptist
Church on Sunday, Dec. 9
through Wednesday, Dec.
12th. The regular schedule of
Sunday services include
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m.,
morning worship at 11 a.m.,
and evening worship at 6
p.m. Weeknight services will
begin at 7 p.m. each night,
The theme for the conference
is Stewardship. Featured
speaker will be Pastor David
Rowan, the pastor of
Lighthouse Baptist Church
in Crossville, Tennessee.
A warm welcome awaits
you from Pastor Dewey Mars
and members of the congre-
gation. Faith Baptist Church
is located on the corner of
Dogwood Drive (SR 89) and
Hamilton bridgee Road. A
nursery is provided for chil-
dren under the age of 3
years. For further informa-
tion or transportation, call
the church office at 623-

Morning Glory
Circle to meet
The monthly meeting of
the Milton Garden Club
Morning Glory Circle will be
held Thursday, Dec. 13th at
9:30 a.m. at 5256 Alabama
Street. This will be the
Circle's Christmas party and
a good time will be had by
one and all. Attendees are
asked to bring a personal

hygiene product, which will
be donated to Favor House.

City of Milton
Milton's City Council
will meet on Tuesday, Dec.
11 at 4 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
A City of Milton's
Technical Review
Committee is scheduled to
meet in regular session
Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2007 at
8:00 a.m. in Conference
Room B located at City,
Hall. 1
All meetings are open to
the public. For further infor-
mation on these meetings,
call 850.983.5440.

Hello Veterans and
Here's something you all
might be interested in.
A Marine wife from
Bradenton is planning on
sending small Christmas trees
to troops in Iraq.
Hala Harper has received
500 requests from troops'
families across the country
that want to send a Christmas
tree adorned with family pho-
tos to their loved ones at war.
Harper has raised $21,465
so far, which is enough to ship
405 of the trees decorated with
pictures of a service member's
loved one and family photos.
A tree and shipping cost $53.
After sending a tree to her
husband, David, in Iraq last

year, she was motivated to
send more to troops this year
when she learned how excited
the troops were over the tree,
She is raising money to send
hundreds of trees to hundreds
of troops.
Her goal is to send 1,000,
and so far she has received
500 requests. She still needs
sponsors to ship the remaining
95 trees for a total of $5,035.
The trees are ready for ship-
ping with pictures attached.
A total of 250 trees have
been shipped to Iraq, and
Harper is planning to ship the
remaining 250 Friday. Anyone
wanting to donate can call
(941) 565-4930, or send an e-
mail to

Dogwood Circle to
hold December
Dogwood Circle of the
Milton Garden Club will have
its brief business meeting
Tuesday, December 11th, at
9:00 a.m. at the Milton
Garden Center on 5256
Alabama Street in Milton fol-
lowed immediately by a won-
derful Christmas Party
opened to all Milton Garden
Club members and guests at
10 a.m. to 12 noon. Chairman,
Sandra Sherman will be pre-
siding. The primary item of
business will be the prelimi-
nary planning of the upcom-
ing Soup & Salad Luncheon
fundraiser on January 18th,


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Weekly Recap - Crude
Oil continues to March
Higher Amidst
Commodity Bull
This week saw large
volatility in the U.S.
equity markets and a
general rise in most
commodity prices
amidst a much weaker
dollar. Crude Oil was
the commodity making
headlines most of the
week as it continued its
steady ascent towards
$100 per barrel. After
falling nearly $2 per
barrel in trading on
Monday to settle just
below $94, crude surged
through the rest of the
week with prices reach-
ing $97.50 by midday
Thursday. This rally,
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for several months now,
was fueled this week by
sharp falls in the dollar
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U.S. interest rates to fears about U.S. econom-
ic growth - and its effect is to lift commodity
prices across the board because foreign buyers
can buy more of the dollar-priced commodi-
ties with less of their own money. Besides
being supported by the weaker dollar, crude
gained some strength this week on reports that
an oil pipeline in Yemen had been attacked.
The attack served to increase fears about fur-
ther supply disruptions and added to the bull-
ishness of crude on the week. The only news
on the week that seemed to slow down the
rally in oil was the weekly Energy Status
Report released by the Department of Energy
on Wednesday. It showed that crude oil inven-
tories declined less than was expected in the
previous week. The news brought the early-
morning rally on Wednesday to a halt tem-
porarily, but crude oil did climb higher on
Up until the last few weeks, the strong
rally in crude oil had not fully carried over to
gasoline prices. While crude oil has rallied
nearly 50% since its August lows, gasoline
had only seen about a 30% rise through the
beginning of November. However, since
November 1, gasoline has rallied nearly 12
cents per gallon, or about 5.5%. This recent
rally can also be seen at rental gas pumps.
Throughout most of the fall, consumers were
fortunate to not see a large increase in gaso-
line prices at the pump

Chamber news from Jay

The Jay Area Chamber of
Commerce met Monday,
December 3rd at the Jay
Community Center. Everyone
enjoyed lunch at noon.
President Mike Hutchins
called the meeting to order and
offered a prayer before lunch.
Everyone then pledged
Allegiance to the American
Mike thanked Team Santa
Rosa for the meal, catered by
the Rose Bowl.
Afterwards, the meeting
resumed with the introduction
of guest Darrel Greer, AAMS,
Financial Advisor with
Edward Jones.
November Chamber min-
utes were approved, as was the
treasurer's report.
Guest speaker, Angie

Brown of Take Stock in
Children, was unable to attend
the meeting. Jodie Butler, who
was ill, was unable to attend
the meeting to give the mem-
bership report.
The fifteen-foot communi-
ty Christmas tree was up and
nicely decorated, thanks to
Escambia River Electric
Cooperative, and the cham-
ber's donation to purchase the
Jay's Christmas parade
was reported to be one of the
best yet.
Mike reminded all of the
Northwest Florida Legislative
Day Forum that will be held in
San Destin, on January 17,
2008 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the
San Destin Linkside
Conference Center.

Robert Hayes gave a nice
speech concerning Jay's Relay
for Life 2008. The Jay
Chamber voted to donate $600
to the April 2008 event. Hayes
said that Jay was #1 per capital
in the state for raising money
for Relay for Life.
Janet Cooper, reporter for
Tri-City Ledger, brought us up
to date on the progress her son,
Austin, age 15, is making after
much surgery because of his
injuries while playing football.
The next Chamber meet-
ing is Monday, January 7,
2008 at the Jay Community
Center. Lunch will be provided
by Dave Brewster of Brewster
Environmental & Personal
Heath Products.
Meeting was adjourned
after some discussion.

Tidbits from the City of Jay

Legion News
The American Legion
Edeker-Dubose Post 121, and
its Auxiliary Unit 121, met
Monday, Dec. 3 at the Legion
Post in Jay, which began at 7
The Legion and the
Auxiliary will hold their annu-
al Christmas party on Monday,
December 17, at the Legion
Post beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The men of the Legion
will provide the ham and
turkey. The ladies of the
Auxiliary will each bring a
vegetable and dessert. Legion
will provide the bread, drinks,

and paper goods.
The Christmas party will
include playing "Dirty Santa."
Gifts should cost around $5
All members of Post 121
are invited, as well as all the
veterans in the community.

Auxiliary Unit 121
The Auxiliary Unit 121
will be making kit bags and
lap robes for some of the hos-
pitalized veterans.
The Auxiliary Unit 121
will soon be presenting a pro-
gram at Jay High School con-
cerning Girls State. One lucky

girl will be chosen to attend
Girls State in Tallahassee, FL,
for June 2008. She will learn
how her state government
works. At the same time, she
will be having lots of fun
meeting other girls of her own
age from all over the state of

JHS Quarterback
Club Winners
The Jay High School
Quarterback Club winners are:
Scotty & Tracee Driver -
$10,000, Matt Faust - $2,000,
Jane Hayes - $1,000.

Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Meeting
Wednesday, December 12,2007 -1:30 p.m.
West Florida Regional Planning Council (WFRPC)- 4081 E. Olive Road, Suite A, Pensacola
The agenda will include the following items:
1. Consideration of Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Tentative Five-Year Work
2. Consideration of Amendment of FY2008-2012 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) to
add a Bicycle Pedestrian Project.
3. Consideration of Endorsement of ECAT Transit Development Plan (TDP) Update
4. Consideration of Recommending Escambia County as Designated Recipient for JARC and New
Freedom Funds for the Pensacola Urbanized Area
5. Consideration of Amendment of Regional Network Map to include Additional Facilities
Recommended by the Northwest Florida RTPO
6. Consideration of Scheduling a Public Workshop and Public Hearing to Amend TPO Long Range
Transportation Plan (LRTP) to Include "Other Operational Improvements" for US98 and US90
in Santa Rosa County
7. Consideration of Approval of New Member of the TPO Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC)
8. Consideration of Amendment of TPO Bylaws, Policies and Procedures to Clarify Meeting
Requirements and Define Agenda Items Requiring a Roll Call Vote and Approval by Two-Thirds
(2/3) Majority of Voting Members Present
9. Consideration of Designating TPO Staff Signature Authority to the Executive Director of the
West Florida Regional Planning
10. Appointment of TPO Members and Alternate to Serve on the MPOAC for the Calendar Year
11. Status Report on US98. from Bayshore Road to Portside Drive, project Reevaluations Study and
Proposed Improvements
12. Public Forum. This is an opportunity for the public to address the TPO regarding transportation
The following TPO Advisory Committee Meetings will be held at the West Florida
Regional Planning Council (WFRPC) - 4081 E. Olive Road, Suite A, Pensacola
* Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC)- December 10, 2007, 1:00 p.m.
* Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC) - December 10, 2007, 3:30 p.m.
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Section B


action is

heating up

7JJay and Pace post early

district victories at home

sports@ srpressgazette.coml
It was a busy start to the
week on the hardwood for
several local teams as many
are already starting district
Jay opened it district sea-
son on Tuesday when they
hosted Pensacola Christian.
The Royals won 62-56 as
they improve to 2-1 on the
season and 1-0 in District 1-
2A action.
"It was a district game and
we started the district season
with a win," said Jay Head
Coach Lance Youngblood. "I
an pleased with the way the
kids have responded so far.
"The kids are doing what
we asked of them and I am
pleased with the effort they
are putting forth. .
Jay took an early one
point lead by the end of the
first quarter 13-12, but the
Warriors of Pensacola
Ch i iin (3-2), [-."'' , r,.
wanted the district win just as
bad by leading at halftime by
two, 26-24.
In the second half of the
hotly contested affair it was
all Royals, who outscored the
Warriors 38-30.
"We kind of started the
season a little behind every-
one else," said Youngblood.
"We are not caught up with
everyone, but we will see if
we can continue to improve.
"We are off to a good start
as a team, but it doesn't mat-
ter how good you are now; it
is how good you are in
Greg Nelson led Jay with
44 points as he went 11-of-12
from the free-throw line.
Matt Goetch led PCA
with 16 points followed by
Mike Groetch who poured in
Pace continued it's win-
ning ways on Tuesday as they
improved to 3-1 on the season
under first year coach Carl
Pippin and 2-1 in District 1-
5A after dispatching Tate 68-
The Patriots led pretty
much from the start of the
game and had to hold off a

late charge by the Aggies,
who were hitting desperation
shots from outside the three-
point arch.
"Right now any district'
win is important to us," said
Pippin, who is without five
players due to the Patriots
post season run in football.
"We are dressing out eight,
but the key for us is not to
have the bottom seed when it
is time for the district play-
"In the long run I think
this start will develop us some
confidence and depth that will
help us with momentum in
achieving our goals this sea-
Pace led 13-9 at the end of
the first quarter and held onto
the margin at halftime.
During the second half the
Patriots were able build and
hold a 10-point lead until late
in the game.
At one point in the final
'.. . i..- \ ' . >e '.'. r,... able
to cut the lead to five, but
Pace didn't buckle despite
having two of their eight play-
ers-Justin Wright and Eddie
Mraz-foul out with more than
three minutes remaining.
Justin Wright led Pace
with 25 points while Jeff
Mullahey added 21 in the
winning effort.
""These guys are playing
so hard," said Pippin. "I am
very proud of their efforts and
looking forward to how all of
this will pay off for us down
the road when we are at full
While Pace is surging at
the start of the season the
Milton Panthers are showing
flashes, but are still looking to
put a compete game together.
On Tuesday the Panthers
feel to 1-4 on the season after
losing to Pensacola Catholic
34-31 as the Crusaders nailed
a three with 18 seconds
remaining to win the game.
Milton started out with a
9-0 run and it looked like
Catholic (2-2) would have
their work cut out for them
Tuesday, but a 13-8 lead at the
end of the first quarter disap-
peared at Catholic outscored



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(Above) Milton's Derrell Washington closely guards a player for Pensacola Catholic on Tuesday night in the Panther's Den as Milton
fell to 1-4 on the season as the Crusaders hit a three-pointer with 18 seconds remaining to win 34-31 in a very low scoring affair.
(Below) Pace's Jeff Mullahey goes in for two of his 21 points as the Patriots improve to 3-1 overall and 2-1 in District 1-5A action with
a 68-61 over the visiting Tate Aggies. Milton and Pace are scheduled to square off on December 14.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin
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the Panthers 12-3 to take a 20-
16 lead at halftime.
"I was hoping that we
would find a way to win the
game.," .said Milton,. first--year-
coach Taf Bentley. "But
Catholic's patience and
coaching pulled through.
"We have a lot to do on
offense as we are not execut-
ing the way I want us to."
Milton fought back to tie
the game at 25-25 heading
into the final quarter, but
shooting plagued the Panthers
down the stretch.
"We shot 25% for the
game and we were 8-for-15
from the line including going
0-3 in the last minute and a
half of the game," said
Bentley. "Right now I feel our
timing is off and I think hav-
ing all of our guys out here we
are going to get better.
"We are in a little bit of a
hole, but we have to find some
leadership and perseverance to
get back on track."
Brandon Allen led Milton
with 11 points, while Ben Ellis
was next with eight points.
On Tuesday Aletheia
Christian found out you can't
stop Logan Campbell and win
against the Central Jaguars.
Aletheia held Campbell to
a season low 11 points, but
Troy Dawson picked up
See HOOPS Page 3B

Pace and Milton make

presence felt in soccer

The Pace boys soccer pro-
gram is inching closer to the
.500 mark, but more impor-
tantly they are now 3-3 in
District 1-5A after defeating
Pine Forest 6-2 at Brosnaham
The Patriots took an early
4-0 led at halftime and could
have possible ended the game
early, but they missed five
point blank shots on goal.
Tuesday win makes it two
in a row for the Patriots who
defeated Escambia 5-1 on
Nov. 30.
Keegan McHugh led the
Pace offensive attack with two
goals, while Matt Batterton,
Tyler Phillips, Kevin
Vanlandingham, and Travis

Boyd also found the back of
the net.
Nigel Arruda and Kevin
Gilmore were the workhorses
to the Pace offensive output as
they both were credited with
two assists, while Tyler
Phillips had one.
The lease amount of
action was seen in net for the
Patriots as Chase Austin post-
ed two saves in the first half,
while Chris Edmonds record-
ed one save in the second half.
Pace is looking at a very
busy two weeks ahead with
seven games before the
Christmas breaks gets under-
way on Dec. 21.
Pace and Milton squared
off Thursday, but the results
were not available at press

On Tuesday the Milton
Panthers held a lead over
Pensacola High only to lose it
as the Tigers scored four unan-
swered goals late in a 5-2
Milton is 2-7 overall and
0-5 in District 1-4A and is
knocking on the door of
stringing together some wins.
Garrett Perry and Russell
Greene scored goals while
Matt Shouppe and Kalvin
DuFrene were credited with
Goalie Mason McAnally
had nine saves in the loss.
On Monday the Panthers
fell to Escambia on the road 3-
The game was tied at
intermission 1-1 and Milton
See SOCCER Page 3B

A Lady Patriot and a Lady Viking fight for position and the ball during a recent match. Pace won a
very physical contest Tuesday over Ft. Walton Beach 2-1 at the Futbol Santa Rosa Soccer Complex.
The Lady Patriots are now 5-2-1 on the season and 5-1 in District 1-5A.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

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Season Season Season
Champion Champion Champion
Carl Ron Frank
Edwards Homaday Kimmell

Craftsman to hang up

truck tools after 2008

Craftsman will be out as
title sponsor of the Truck
Series after the 2008 season,
NASCAR said on Tuesday.
The Kansas City Star reported
in Tuesday's editions that the
Sears brand will forego its
sponsorship after Craftsman's
contract with NASCAR ends
after next year.
No new title sponsor has
been found to replace
Craftsman, but a search soon
will be under way, NASCAR
chief marketing officer Steve
Phelps said.
"Craftsman has been a
great, longstanding partner and
intends to remain in the sport,"
Phelps said in a joint
announcement with Sears.
"The current series name will
continue through the 2008 sea-
son with the same great com-
mitment Craftsman has
demonstrated throughout its
13-year history as the series'
entitlement sponsor.
"The NASCAR Craftsman
Truck Series represents some
of the world's best racing; the
season championship has been
determined in the final race of
the year in 12 of 13 seasons --
including 2007," Phelps said.
"The series continues to attract
some of NASCAR's most avid
fans because of its intense,
side-by-side competition."
Craftsman has been the
title sponsor since 1995, the

year NASCAR founded the
series. During the past 13 sea-
sons, the trucks have featured
some of NASCAR's best rac-
ing. Television ratings in terms
of total viewership have grown
almost every season.
Scott Howard, manager of
marketing partnerships and
activation for Sears, told The
Star that his company had been
in discussions with NASCAR
about continuing sponsorship
of the series for the past sever-
al months.
But, he said, "We have
come to the decision that we're
going to be giving up our title
sponsorship to the NASCAR
Craftsman Truck series at the
end of 2008. We are fully com-
mitted to the series until the
end of next season."
Howard said that
Craftsman does not plan to
withdraw fully from
NASCAR. He said his compa-
ny will continue exploring
efforts to maintain a presence
in the series.
Earlier this year,
NASCAR's other top series --
the Nextel Cup series and the
Busch series -- announced that
they were changing their
Sprint Cup will become the
name of the top series begin-
ning in 2008, and Busch Series
will become the Nationwide

Spears Racing closes

doors on truck team

Former Snowball -Derby
Champion Clay Rogers was
riding high heading into the
40th Annual Snowball Derby
after driving the No. 75 Spears
Rogers had driven in 13
races this season after taking
over for Dennis Setzer and fin-
ished 27th in the Ford 200 at
Homestead-Miami Speedway.
But on Nov. 30 Rogers
and the rest of the racing com-
.munity was shocked to hear
Wayne and Connie Spears
were closing down their
NASCAR Craftsman Truck
Series operation.
i. In a letter posted on the
teams website announcing the
news, it stated "In the last cou-
ple of years business and the
demands of travel have left no
time for us to be hands on with
the team," stated Wayne
Spears. "Connie and I have to
miss too many races and we
feel like we leave the team

RidiNq ThE

Driver Kyle Petty
Owner: Kyle Petty
Points: 2814
Points out of 34th: 42
Points ahead of 36th: 147
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Bill Davis
35 Kyle Petty
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Dietrich Mateschitz

without the help and support
they deserve.
"Walking away from our
team and parking the No. 75 is
like losing one's closest
Spears Racing has been a
part of the truck series since
it's inception.
"To us, racing was not a
business, it was more like a
big family," said Spears. "And
not being able to spend
enough time with our family
has been unfair to the both of
"We want to express the
utmost thanks to every team
member who has ever worn
the No. 75. It's been a pleasure
being a part of this racing
community, and we are espe-
cially proud to have been affil-
iated with the Chevrolet
Rogers finished fifth on
Sunday in the Snowball
Derby, but his future still

Kyle Petty
Johnny Sauter
Dave Blaney
Kyle Petty
Bill Elliott
Scott Riggs
Brian Vickers


N Second generation race

Steve Wallace was hoping the waters in Pensacola would help
his ailing racing luck, but the son of former NEXTEL Cup
Champion Rusty Wallace didn't get such a chance.
After winning a last chance qualifier his car was found to be too
light and he was disqualified.
But the up: and dJ:.'. i ., f racinI ajl e ' "
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rin the BuhLl1 Serin .1.c N.
h.i.e hccri Lo-,mpetili'.e and
,-a.e it 1H percent," aid \ -.
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'.ear v. irh t'.o po.le.. "'A is .
hard t:,' :mnpete jajii he c '
Cup reL'ularl. but ld a -
lot ,.'f - ul es- utlhs 1"-as.c n.
"\\e triLed i.i ii.ake ti e l I
be[ ot it. but at the _anic iie -c
I made a fe': rio'kic miesiake-
anid . e .m:,re iitor '
Issues as \ell ' -'
Depie more thai1 du- -
hlirni his career e.arnuimn, ,ii
the BuLNcli Seties tlhis ,;-
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r looking to finish stronger

average starts and finishes fall.
In 2006, Wallace posted an average start of 17.7 and finish of
24.4 over the course of 17 starts, but in 2007 he appeared in 34
events with an average start of 22.2 and finish of 27.5.
"Homestead is just one of the examples of our luck this season
during a race," said Wallace. "We started 14th and just happened to
lose the car in the comer.
"Our car '.'. .a really fasi arid running up front, but it just didn't
happen for us.�
\\.allce� mirsllortune occuned on Lip 163.
But the f nirer INEX Bandolero Champion can say he
ha-s a step up on hi- father and uncle Kenn\ h 'N inning the
Sno,'. ball Derh' at the age o 1 - in 2':1114.
He has also claimed the UARA Rookie of the Year
title anrd it'.o v.ins in the ARCA-RE.MAX Series -
SMichig an International Speed\ta:, and Kentuck', Motor
Speed~ a\.
The hardest part for lumr at uimcs could he the different
f'- feel Of the car,.
R acini here in thie derbh compared to the BuMch Senes is
Sl-ke going from NTXTEL Cup to lte niodels."� said \\allace.
"But iths is a fun place to come and race.
"This i. the time of
year 'khen the big league
tracks hl e closed down
- pw and it is a very enjoyable
: , r.-r,. & lbime 'for me'"


After Ford 400
Driver Behind
1. Jimmie Johnson
2. Jeff Gordon
3. Clint Bowyer
4. Matt Kenseth
5. Kyle Busch
6. Tony Stewart
7. Kurt Busch
8. Jeff Burton
9. Carl Edwards
10. Kevin Harvick


After Ford 300
1. Carl Edwards
2. David Reutimann
3. Jason Leffler
4. Kevin Harvick
5. David Ragan
6. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
7. Stephen Leicht
8. Marcos Ambrose
9. Greg Biffle
10. Matt Kenseth

After Ford 200


Ron Hornaday
Mike Skinner
Johnny Benson
Todd Bodine
Rick Crawford
Travis Kvapil
Ted Musgrave
Matt Crafton
Jack Sprague
David Starr


ARCA Final Standings
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Michael McDowell -250
3. Dexter Bean -815
4. Justin Allgaier -855
5. Justin Marks -910
6. Phillip McGilton -960
7. Patrick Sheltra -1,090
8. Justin South -1,325
9. Bryan Silas -1,570

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scoring with 21 points as the
Jags won 52-28.
Central improved to 4-1 on
the season with the win.
In girls action Central
defeated Aletheia Christian 38-
15 as they improved to 5-2 on
the season.
Aletheia Christian jumped
out to a 9-7 lead before going
cold in the second period, as they
were held scoreless.
Thanks to that defensive
effort in the second quarter
Central took a 13-9 lead at half-
time and came back in the sec-

ond half to outscore Aletheia 25-
"We played very sluggish to
start," said Central Head Coach
Scott Campbell. "After the first
quarter we picked it up a little
and made some shots from the
"In the third quarter we
made a few adjustments to our
offense and got better looks."
Daysha Enfinger recorded
yet another double-double with
15 points and 11 rebounds in the
On Monday Milton record-
ed their second win of the season

defeating West Florida High 46-
25 in Pensacola.
The Lady Panthers (2-3)
took an early 9-3 lead and
extended it to 20-9 by halftime.
Donnita Howard and Alina
Salo proved to be the scoring
combination on the evening with
11 and 10 points respectively,
while Arlisha Samuel and
Meredith Pastucha each added
Also on Monday Pace fell to
Navarre 60-32 at home.
Pace (1-5) fell behind early
and at the end of the first quarter
was looking at a 14-5 deficit.

That margin grew in the sec-
ond quarter as Navarre led 29-7.
In the second half Pace
found their offensive stride as
they managed 25 points.
The Lady Patriots are look-
ing to find a way to replace point
guard Ashley Fabrey, who suf-
fered a dislocated elbow two
games ago at Escambia County.
Jay High School is looking
for win number one on the sea-
son as three road games to start
the season has led to three losses.
On Monday the Lady
Royals visited Ponce de Leon
and fell 65-21.

Milton first year head coach Taf Bentley watches intently as his
defense is at work during Tuesday's first half against Pensacola
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Crusaders Tryouts: The
Panhandle Crusaders are
holding an open tryouts
'Sunday at Myrtle Grove
Ballpark on N61st Ave in
Registration is at 1pm
and tryouts will start at 2pm
fee is $35.00. The Crusaders
are a minor league affilliate
for the Mississippi Mudcats
an arena football team.the
crusaderds will play 100
yard football.for more info
see www.panhandlecru- our call our
office at 937-7555.
Referees needed: City
of Milton Parks and
Recreation is in need of
youth basketball referees.
The season will get
underway the first weekend in
For more information
call 983-5466.
East Milton Youth
Basketball: The East Milton
Youth Association will offer
basketball this season.
Young people agest four
to 18 can play.
Registration is now
.underway at the East Milton
Recreational Park ,from 5
p.m. to 7 p.m. and will con-
tinue every Tuesday and
Thursday through Dec. 15.
Saturday registration
will be from 10 a.m. to 1

For more information
call 626-8265 or 207-0661.
Milton Boys Soccer
Fundraider: The Milton
High School Boys Soccer
programs is selling Pecan
Smoked Boston Butts.
These would be a perfect
items with the upcoming
holiday seasons ahead.
You get the glory, we do
the work.
The cost is $25 each and
delivery is December 9.
To order or for more
information call 623-1036 or
Milton Youth
Basketball: Registration for
Milton Youth Basketball will
get underway Nov. 1.
Registration will run
from noon to 8 p.m. ech day
and will end on Dec. 1 or
when the teams are full.
All registration is at the
Milton Community Center
and is open to boys and girls
grades kindergarten through
For more information
call 983-5466.
Youth football tourney:
The Panhandle -Grusaders-
Minor League Football team
will be hosting a youth foot-
ball Tournament in
Team Registration will

start December 9 Please see
the tournament web page for
more info at www.gridiron-
The tournament will be
held January 11,12,13, 2008.
there will be a fee of $150.00
per team to play.
Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour: The Hurricane Junior
Golf Tour will be holding a
tournament January 5-6 at
the Moors in Milton.
This tournament is for
boys and girls between the
ages of 12-18 and is a
nationally ranked junior golf
The Hurricane Junior
Golf Tour is offering free
memberships and is
designed to conduct nation-
ally ranked tournaments on
courses throughout Florida,
Georgia, South Carolina, and
For more information or
to register for the tourna-
ment visit their website at
More activities can be
found at
Look for the box called
-'Things to D o'!:,,',- .... . .-....
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


Continued From Page One
took a 2-1 lead in the second
half before the Gators
responded with two unan-
swered goals.
Connor Dunne had both
goals for Milton, while Rick
Galbreath earned a save.
McAnally had seven saves
in the contest.
In girls soccer action Pace
defeated Ft. Walton Beach 2-1
on Tuesday in what was a very
physical affair.
"It was a very physical
game," said Pace head coach
Joey Goodwin. "Both teams
fought extremely hard and
thankfully, we wanted the win
just a little more."
Pace improved to 5-2-1 on
the season and 5-1 in District
1-5A action.
Alex Pickrell and Nikki
Terrell found the back of the
net for the Lady Patriots,
while Katie Jenkins had an
Mel Hutto was big in goal
for Pace with five saves.
,Milton could not find the
back of the net against
Washington, but they did
make the Lady Wildcats shoot
from way outside in a 4-0
Three of Washington's
four goals came from more
than 20 yards away.I
"The girls played very
hard against a very good
Washington team," said
Milton Head Coach Jeff Klug.

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A member of the Pace girl's soccer team is seen advancing the
ball forward during Tuesday's game against Ft Walton Beach at
the Futbol Club Santa Rosa Soccer Park. The roster provided by
Pace High did not include numbers. .
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

"We played very well together
as a team and our defense did
an outstanding job.
"We had opportunities to
score, we just need to execute
better and put the ball in the
Milton could only manage
one shot on goal for the
evening, but Klug is seeing his
team make great strides.

"The most important thing
is that we are getting better
every time we play," said
Klug. "It says a lot about the
girls and the way they are
willing to work.
"We have come a long
way and we will continue to
improve and give ourselves a
chance to be successful every
time we step on the field."

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Whiting Field Golf Course
Whiting Field
Golf Association

Three-man scramble charity
Dec. 1, 2007

1. Clent Hollinger, Troy Doss,
John Bradley (60); 2. John
Stolle, Ed Perry, Tony
Williams (64); Leo Bates, Stan
Sulcer, Steve Hoomes (64);
Chuck Moulis, Larry Jurey,
Rick Faulk (64); Jay Arthur,
Harold Miller, Travis hutch-
ings (64); 6. Gary Upshaw,
Mike Miller, Fred Roper (66);
Johnny Pyland, Rich Hobbs,
Tonya Doss (66); Howard
Macht, Tony Vickers, Rick
Bailey (66); Tracy Bice, Bane
Perry, Donnley Mullins (66);
10. Bill Allen, John Willis,
Mike Hutto . (67); Frank
Goodbred, Larry Tynes, jun-
ior W illiams (67); 12.
Terrance Pu;llin, Gene
Templeton, Vince Carpino
(68); 13. Joe Gough, Scott
Mclrvin, Freddy Almedia
(69); Harvey Kingsland,
Emmett Williams, Dan Hurd
(69); Rodney Faulk, Jim
Norris, Robert Matlock (69);
Floyd Graham, Stan Gunn,
Nick Geeker (69); George
Valdespino, Jack McDonald,
Shelton Adkinson (69); Pete
Keeling, David Washington,
Muril Akkerman (69), 19. Del
Stevens, Jeff Perez, Samn
Copeland (70); Carl Martin,
Dale Nelson, Vonchea
Edwards (70); Jim ALbrotton,

J.W. Bridges, Darryl Williams
(70); Williams Hutchings, Al
Oomes, Jim Crooke (70); 23.
Ken Hoodless, Jeff'Lowery,
Butch Riley (71); Jesse
DeLeon, John Taylor, Renny
Robinson (71); 25. Ross
Ritter, Ken Morris, Mile
Gilbore (72).

Tanglewood Country Club
Tanglewood Ladies Golf

Nov. 29, 2007
Least Putts

First Place: Nancy Welch
Second Place: Dot Collins

Chip-ins: Nancy Welch, Dot
Collins, and Carol Molloy

Stonebrook Golf Club
Stonebrook Ladies Golf

Dec. 4, 2007
Bell of the Month
Bell of the Month: Shatzi
First Flight Gross: 1. Nancy
,Welch, 2. Sara Nunn, 3.
Glenda Daniels.
Second Flight Gross: 1. Flora
Kyle, 2. Pat Goodlife, 3.
Joanne Quesinberry.
First Flight Net: 1. Audrey
Belanger, 2. Sharon Reiser, 3.
Joanne Kelly.
Second Flight Net: 1. Shatzi
Clemons, 2. Mary
Woltersdorf, 3. Shirley Lintz.
Chip-ins: Nancy Welch, Sara
Nunn, and Pat Goodlife.

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"iA H CLARK ROAD, MILTON, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE vs. from the sale, if any, JURJENS; STATE FARM MU- you are required to serve a Division
- FLORIDA 32570 OF CYNTHIA D COWAN other than the prooery TUAL AUTOMOBILE INSUR- copy of your written defenses, if
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: IRENE BRATTEN, CHAD owner as of the date of ANCE COMPANY; AN UN- any, to it, on Carline Mildor IN RE: ESTATE OF
DATED this 21 day of Novem 12109 Waner Way HIGHTOWER; TANYA the a s Pendens must file a KNOWN PERSON IN POSSES- Attrney for Plaintiff, whose ao -
1130-Adoptions THE CHASE MANHATTAN er, 2007. Fountain, F2DIVWDH38 HIGHTOWER and GREEN claim within sixty (60) SIN O THE SUBJECT REAL dress is 2901 Stirlin Road, JIMMIE LEON STRAUGHN
TREE SERVICING, LLC f/k/a days after the sale. PROPERTY are the Defendants I Suite 300 Fort Lauderdale, Flor-

14-HRpTpLy Ads BNKH AHS TRUSTEE FOR NWT Lel BY/1301 NOTANH TSAE lSerkof an oC ourt nthea 10107 SdOeUcWrET lCeRNr OF ded snthe complaint. Pre f J DiviE LeO Tadd GoN,
o Legal 12/1300 MaryV M. Johnson CURRENT ADDRESS: 12109 Conseco Finance Servicing WITNESS MY HAND and the will sell to the highest and best ida 3331 either (chose one) Deceased.
Clerkof Circuit Court Wagner Wa Corp., seal of this Court on November bidder for cash at STEPS OF X (a)within 30 days after the
110 - IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Fountain, F ,438 19,2007. THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY first publication of this notice, or NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Leal Advertisin THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- BY:Brany Norris57-2007-CP-360 OTHR CLAIMANTS defendants. JUDICIAL COURTHOUSE at LINE As Clerk o1: the Cour All creditors of he decedenAM,
1110- Classified Notices CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA Deputy Clerk ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN Mary M. Johnson on the 26 day of December and file the original with the The administration of the estate
Announcements CASE N O. 06-483 CA 120107 THROUGT WN A N CIRCUIT COURT SEAL pr ty as et fo in said Fi- service on Plaintiff's attorney or deceased whose date of death
120807 SUTH FEDERAL THE EREIN NOTICE IS HEREBY given that By: , FLORIDA THENCE NORTH 89 immedE- By: Brandy Nothereafter; ris er was Oc againstber 14, 2007, is
1130 Adoptions THE CHASE MANHATTAN 12/130SMALLWOOD NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE- the undersigned May M John Deputy Clerk wise a dealt will be entered ending nthe Circuit Court for
1140 - Happy Ads BANKHATAN AS TRUSTEE FOR NEWUS- FENDANTS) WHO ARE son Clerk of te Circuit Court COMMENCE AT THE against you for the relief de- nta Rosa CountyFlorida
1150- Personals SOUThe HOME EQUITY TRUST Legal 12/1S301 NOT KNO N TO BE DEAD of santa Rosa County, Florida, 120107 SOUTHWEST CORNER OF handed in the complaint. Probate Division, the address oS
S1999-1 FORMED PURSUANT OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID will on the 20 day of De- 120807 THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF which is P. 0. Box 472, Milton,
1160 Lst TO TH POOLING AND SERV- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY ceomber, 2007 at 11:00 12/130 SECTION 32TOWNSHIP 2 WITNESS my hand and the seal FL 325720472 The names
1170 - Found ICING AGREEMENT DATED AS FOR SANTA ROSA CLAIM AN INTEREST AS a.m. durinathe real h .ours of sNORTTH, R SAGE 28 WEST ovf this Courtthis 26 day of No- and addresses oA f theE personal
HOuOF MAY 1, 1999, AMONG COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO- SPOUS ES,, HEIRS, DEVI- sale at theNorth font door of Legal 12/1305 SANTA ROSA COUNT member, 2007. representative and the personal
e PAINE WBER MORTGAGE BATE DIVISION SEES GRANTEES, OR the Santa Rosa County Court- E FLORIDA, THENCE N I epresentative's attorney are set
ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION File No. 57-2007-CP-360 OTHER CLAIMANTS house in Florida offer for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 00 DEGREES 22' 46 WEST MARY M JOHNSON forth below.
AS DEPOSITOR NEW Division sale and public outcry to THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ALONG THE WEST LINE As Clerk of the Court All creditors of the decedent
TUTH FEDERAL SAVINGS TN ADDRESSUNthe hih et and best bidder for IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA THEREOF 17727 FEET, CIRCUIT COURT SEAL and o her persons having claims
BANK AS TRANSFEROR AND IN RE: ESTATE OF KNOWN cash e following described COUNTY, FLORIDA THENCE NORTH 89 DE- By Brandy Norris ' or demands against decedent's
0._C 7ANK S TRAA SE hed N O.o NDI thisEF OW
AS SEiVICER AND THE CHASE RACES SMALLWOOD EAST, ., ; Santa Rosa County, ASEGREES 37; 14" EAST As Deputy Clerk estate on whm a copy of this
Legal 12/129 MANHATTAN BANK, AS TRUS CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- . 0701014CA01 180.00 FEE, TO AN IN- notice is required to e served
oauth 8 MAN, A HOTEE IT TRU Deceased, KNOWN TERSECTION WItH THE In accordance with the Ame must file their claims with this
INVITATION TO BID Sealed ,iF Lot 52, Block B Condor Estates BRANCH BANKING AND WESTERLY R/W LINE OF cans with Disabilities Act per- courn t WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
Bids Will Be Received Prom NOTICE TO CREDITORS . YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac a subdivision according to Pla TRUST COMPANY, LIA DR IVE '( 50.00 FOOT ed;nq reasonable ac- MONTHS AFTER-THE TIME OF
Pre-qualified Contractors By The vs. tion to foreclose a mortgage on thereof recorded in at Book beCO WED Plaintiff, R/W) THENCE NORTH 00E n" I T -.rT ir THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
Santa Rosa Coun e y School The administration of the estate he following property in Pae 48 of the public records vs. DEGREES 22' 46" WEST i . ,, -- ,. THIS NOTICE OR ' AF
Board At The Office Of The Aso JEFFREY EARL MLLS ETAL., of FRANCES SMALLWOOD SANTA ROSAb county, Floraida: ofanta aosa County, Florida E ALONG SAID WESTERLY i ... - iO days o nr, con- TER THE DATE OF iI i OF
sisrant Superintendent For Ad- Defendants EAS, deceased d whose date of DA NNY D. LUNCSFORD, et ux, R/W LINE 820.00 FEET - ' te ourts dis- A COPY OFTHISN
ministrative Services, 6544 Fi re- death was september 19, COMMENCE AT THE pursuant to the Final Judgement et al. THENCE SOUTH 89 DE- ability coordinator at THEM
house Road Upstairs Confer- NOTICE OF SALE 2007, is pending in the Circuit NORTHWEST CORNER OF of Foreclosure entered in the Defendant(s). GREES 30' 28" EAST 850230135 6865 CARO- All other creditors of the dece-
ence Room (Maintenance Build- Cout for Santa Rosa Count LOT 8 BLOCK 3 HAMIL- above styled cause. 857.01 FEET TO A POINT LINE ST. BOX H MILTON L dent and other persons havin
ing)(850)983-5123, Milton NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- Florida Probate Division Fli TON BRIDGE ESATES, A NOTICE OF ACTION ON THE SOUTHERLY R/W 37 f hearing impaired, claims or demands again
Florida Until 200 PM, Local sunt o an Amended Summary Numbr 57-2007-CP-36 the SUBDIVISION OF A PR- Case No. 2007000660-CA OURTO LINE OF CASTLE DRIVE conact(TDD 005577 ia decedent's estate must file their
Time tUESDAY December 11 Final Judgment of Foreclosure address of which is 6495 Caro- TION OF SECTION 5, T50.00 FOOT R/W), BEING Florida Relay System. claims with this court WITHIN 3
200 At Wich Tme And daed June 20, 2007, entered line Street, Milton, Florida TOWNSHIP 1 NORT Dated this the 20 day of No- DANNY . LUNCSFORD AND ALSO THE POINT OF BE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
Place All Bids Will Be Publicly in Civil Case No. 06-483 of the 32570. The names and ad- RANGE 28 WEST SANTA vember, 2007. UNKNOWN SPOUSE. OF GINNING THENCE CON- 120107 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
Opened And Read Aloud For Circuit Court of the 1st Judicial dresses of the personal repre- ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA DANNY D. LUNCSFORD, if TINUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 120807 THIS NOTICE.
The Construction Of "ACE Circuit in and for Santa Rosa tentative and the personal ACCORDING THE PL MARY M. JOHNSON CLERK married; DEREK SCOTT CRAW 30' 28" EAST ALONG SAID 12/130 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED

School Board Of Santa Rosa AS TRUSTEE FOR NEW SOUTH All creditors of the decedent L(C RECORDS OF SANTA GIDARA OR Or de T mRe O 0 DRE 2 3 T e dOT o Dc
County Florida HOME EQUITY TRUST 1999-1 and other persons having claims ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; CIRCUIT COURT SEAL alive, and/on dead his le N (their) 130.00 FEE T THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR
Ay, Filoriveda, ternCkosingDe e irsdevisResMOTRONOH8 or e and rsn L" LS IEELN3' FORg SANTA ROSA EVER BARRED.
Any Bids Received After Closing FORMED PURSUANT TO TH odemans against decedent's THENCE GO NORTH 89 DE- BY: Susan LandEE ORTA RO STA TE
Will Be Returned Unopened POOLING AND SERVICING estate on whom a copy of this AGREES 45 MINUTES 38 Deputy Clerk ora es ana ro E T 0 E OUNTY, FLORIDA PRO- NOTWITHSTANDING THE
All contractors for educational AGREEMENT DATED AS OF notice is required to be served SECONDS WEST ALONG unEr rte cagin hm (them). GREES 29' 32" EASTN0 e- BATE DIVISION TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
to be eligible to hid on school PAINE WEBBER MORTGAGE court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 WAY LINE OF HAMILTON 120807 Residences are unknown. 180.00 FEET TO THE POINT Division: TWO ABOVEARS ORAMORELAF
at the above address for infor- SbUTH FEDERAL SAVINGS THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- 1256.00 FEET TO THE tinfaorF foreclosure of a Mort- SUBDIVISION KNOWN AS MARY JOAN FUGATE I first publication at
malion on pre-qualif ing. BANK AS TRANSFEROR AND TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF-POINT OF BEGINNING,.galnithefollowng property KINGSWOOD ESTATES. thes noti e isDecember 1
From STOA ARCHITECTS 121 MANHATTAN BANK, AS TRUS- THEM. '89 DEGREES 45 MINUTES Legal 12/1304. ida: A/K/A 5925 Castle Drive, Mil- Deceased. 2007
East Government Street Pensa- TEE is Plaintiff and JEFFREY All other creditors of the dece- 38 SECONDS WEST tonFL 32570 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Attorney for Personal Represent-
cola Florida,.32502 Jpon A EARL MILLS and MILLS UN. dent and other persons having ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LOT 22, BLOCK C, ' active "
Deposit Of '$200.00 Per Set. KNOWN SPOUSE-OF JEFFREY claims or demands againO RIGHT OF WAY LINE A THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SHADOW LAKES UNIT 11' Any person claiming an The administration of the estate / . RODDENBER J
Deposit Will Be Refunded Pro- EARL MILLS IF ANY- JOHN decedent's estate must file their DISTANCE OF 77.00 FEET- CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA PHASE II ACCORDING Td interest in the surplus of Mary Joan Fugatede / Roddenber'/ Jr.
vided That Plans And Specifi- DOE OR ANY OTHER 'PERSON claims with this court WITHIN 3 THENCE GO SOUTH 00 DE- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT from the sale, if any, ceased, whose doteof death S.A.RODDENBERanNo ,PR.A3
cations Are Returned In Good IN POSSESSION- ARBOR MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF GREES 14 MINUTES 22 CIVIL ACTION BOOK H, PAGE 9 OF THE other than the proU er'. was September 19, 2006, is Florida Bar No. 129130
Order To The Architect Within VIEW APARTMENT HOMES; THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF SECONDS WEST A DIS- CASE NO. 2007-182-CA PUBLIC RECOR6S OF owner as of the do of ending n the Circuit Cou for 3101 W. Michigan Avenue,
Seven (71 Days Aften Bid Date SANTA ROSA COUNTY FED' THIS NOTICE. TANCE OF 150.04 FEET; DIVISION A SANTA ROSA COUNTY, the Us Pendens must file a Santa Rosa County, Florida Suite "A"
And, Further, Provided That The ERAL CREDIT UNION and all ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED THENCE GO SOUTH 89 DE FLORIDA claim within sixty (60) Probate Division, Ihe address o TPensacola FL 32526
Contractor Submit A Bona Fide unknown parties claiming by, WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS GREES 45 MINUTES 38 DEUTSCHE BANK NA- d days after the sale. which is Mary Johnson, Ally: telephone: (850) 944-3001
Bid. through, under or against the SET FORTH IN SECTION SECONDS EAST A DIS- TIONAL TRUST COMPANY has been i against you anProbate,P.O o 472 Milton
Bids shall he submitted on the named defendants, whether liv 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA TANCE OF 77.00 FEET- AS TRUSTEE FOR LON6 you are required to serve a WITNESS MY HAND and the Florida 32572. The names and Personal Representative
form supplied by the Architect. ing or not and whether said un- PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- THENCE GO NORTH 00 DE- BEACH MORTGAGE LOAN copy of your written defenses, if seal of this Court on November addresses of the personal repre- /s/TamRRenee Gibney
Each bid must be accompanied known parties claims as heirs, EVER BARRED. GREES 14 MINUTES 22 TRUST 2005-WL1, a Iiton SPEAR AND HOFF- 21,2007 tentative and the personal 94 RobEins IBlvd
by a Bid Bond in the amount of devisees, grantees assignees, NOTWITHSTANDING THE SECONDS EAST A DIS- Plaintiff, 'N 9 P.A., Attorneys, whose 'r"esentative'aneypers o bbins GBNvY
5%Y of the base bid as aran- enors creditors trustees or in TIME PERIOD SET FORTH TANCE OF 150.0 FEET TO H is 9700,Sute610, eM aer ofhnse Circuit Coun t forh below. Daphne, AL 36526
tee that the successful idder any other cang OVE ANY CLAIM FILED THE POINT OF BEGINN- vs. Highway, 610Miamiedors of the decedent
will enter into a written contract bylbhran enonagains TWO (t)YEARS OR MORE AF- ING. THE ABOVE DE- Florida 33156, ( i CIRCUIT COURT SEAL and crersof tIne cedent 120107
with the Owner and furnish renamed efendants are Defend- TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE SCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND MICHAEL D. BUSH, et al, 670 2299, within'30 daysBJWk or d emans haginsdcedens
100% "Performance Bond" and ant s OF DEATH IS BARRED. IS SITUATED IN SECTION 5, Defendant(s). after the tubocation of th e anDeputy.Clerk estate on whomaa c edefths 1310
a 100% "Labor and Material I will sell to the hi0ahest bidder The date of first publication of TOWNSHIP 1 NORTHhckn notice to file the oriCkinalCnotice is required twom e served of
Payment Bond" satisfactory to for cash, at the North Front this notice is December 1, RANGE 28 WEST SANTA NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED with the Clerk of this Court ei- 120107 astfile istheir claims with this
the Owner. Door of Santa Rosa County 2007. ROSA COUNTY, FL6RIDA. FORECLOSUR E there beforeHservice on SPEAR 120807 court WITHIN THEcLATER OF 3
The Owner Reserves the Riht to Courthouse, 6865 Carblin e AND HOFFMAN, PA., a ln 12/1306 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF Legal 12/1311
Waive Informalities in iding Street Milton, FL 32570 at Attorney for Personal Represent- has been filed against you and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur neys or immediately thereafter;T H TET FRst C ICFT O
nd R An andABids a.m.on the 26 day of tI you are required to serve a suant to an Order Rescheduing otherwise a default will be en- TH NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFIN
By John W. Rogers, Superin Deceem-edanber, 2007, the o ohr iFn HAdams, ofHIS NOTy30dw if hnst31rF IiNTHERSATARCoOU
tendent of Schools described property as set foan � mnu , S o n 30 days after the firwster 16 2007 and entered in demanded in he Complaint or TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF egalAN12/130.
in said Final Judgmenttowitublication if an, o n Florida Case O. 2007-182-CA of the Petition A COPY OF THISNOTICEON T O
120107 - J donm & efultl aw rouF, P.L. Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi- WITNESS my hand and seal of THEM BATE DIVISION
SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "A",Florida Bar No. 13208 Plaintiff's attorney, wone ed cial Circuit in and for SANTA this Court an this 19 day of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF All other creditorsof he dece-iN
12/1298 Commence at the North- P.O. Drawer 1271 Drive Suite 300 Tampa, Flor- DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
west corner of Section 5, Pensacola, FL 32591-1271 ida �3634, and file the original TRUST COMPANY AS TRUS- MARY M. JOHNSON FOR SANTA ROSA decedent's estate must file their L Cotton
Township 1 North, Range Telephone: (850) 433-6581 with this Court either before TEE FOR LONG BEACH MORT- As Clerk of the Court COUNTY claims with this court WITHIN 3 FrankieLou
28 West, Santa Rosa service on Plaintiff's attorney o GAGE LOAN TRUST CIRCUIT COURT SEAL CASE NO. 07-1196-CA MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF a.k.a. Frankie L. Cotton
county lorida, thence go Personal Represenaive: immediately thereafter; her- 2005-WL is the Plaintiff and By: Brandy Norris THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
"n South 0degreesOO..../seE..... o.......adefau,,willbeentered MICHAEL b. BUSH; BETHANY As Deputy Clerk DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL THIS NOTICE. Deceased.
Do Somonyilrdutes t0 seconds East g sense E. Olson against you for the relief de- BUSH; ANY ANET ALL UN- TRUST COMPANYYADeuClrTRTOM AS INDEN- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
said section Ndistane of Norman, Oklahoma 73072 titan. BY THROUGH UNDER AND 120807 TURY HOME EQUITY LOAN NOTWITHSTANDING THE
1015.00 feet to the East- This notice shall be published AGAINST tHE HIEREIN 121100Pat ,TABOV AN CLIFOfH Frankie Lou Cotton
Good For erly line of Sewel Road, 120107 once each week forw Mo conw NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- Plainff, A VTWODI YEARS OR MORE AF- Frani Lu. Cotton
thence2 o South 00 de- 120807 secutive weeks in the ANTS WHO ARE NOT vs.TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE deceased, whose date of death
grees 26 minutes 30 12/3001e Press Gazette ,KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR Legal 12/1306 OF DEATHISBARRED wa ust30 007,
Tomo -o onds West along saidaendi___\'yi'cS'-hand and th seal ALIe, WETHER S UN TRACY K. GREER ET AL ding in te Circuit court for
Easterly right of way line oa this Courfon this 21 day of KNOWN PARTIES MY CLAIM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Defendant The date of first publication o Rosa C ty, Florida
distance of 2302 feet to Legal 12/1302 November, 2007. ANINTEREST AS SPOUSES, THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- this notice is Decemben of nho bateDivision the dress at
the Southerly right of way HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES, CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA NOTICE OF ACTION 2007. which is 6405 Caroline
line of Clarkc Road, thence IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Mary M. Johnson OR 6THER CLAIMANTS- RE- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Street Milton. Florida
go South 89 degrees 57 THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Cler of the Court GIONS BANK SUCCESOl BY CIVIL ACTION TO: TRACY K. GREER; UN- Attorney for Personal Represent- 32570. The names and ad-
minutes 20 seconds East CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA CIRCUIT COURT SEAL MERGER. AMSOUTH BANK; CASE NO. 061021 CA KNOWN SPOUSE OF alive:e of the personal repre,
along said Southerly right ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA By: Brandy Norris ALL PHASE GENERAL SERE DIVISION TRACY K. GREER, /s/ Steven E. Quinnell senlalive and the personal
inueouth9 degrees 57 120807 STEPS OF THE SANTA ROSA SOUTHEAST, If alive, and if dead, all parties Chse, inner & Jackson, and other persons having claims
L minutes 20 seconds East PHH MORTGAGE CORPO- 12/1302 COUNTY COURTHOUSE at Plaintifft h, or demands against decedent's
miues2 ecns11:00AM, on the 17 day of claiming interest by t , odensgit'.A.
arRunder or against RACY . 101 E. Government St. estate on whom a coay of this
ln adit ofJanuay,.200, the followings. GREER UN OWN SPOUSE Pensacola, Florida 32502 notice is required to e served
fenet, dithence gof So 00.,lnf ..l ' . .r, as set fort OF TRACY K. GREER and all Telephone: (850)I434-3601 must file their claims with this
degrees 15 minutes 23 vs .STANJURJENS, et al, arties havinp or claiming to P court WITHIN THE LATER OF N
seconds West a distance LOT 28 BLOCK E ant(s). have any righ, title or interest inPersonaRepresentative: MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
of 315.78.feet, thence go CYNTHIA D. COWAN et IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN CREETW2O6DS, BEING A NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED heproperty d-scribedherein Wendell[Fuqate THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
South 89 degrees 12 min-aA F7549 Frankoart St. THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
utes 27 seconds West a Defendant(s). COUNTY, FLORIDA TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- Navarre, FL 32566
distance of 99.95 feet, C Fltion Ior Foreclosure of Mort- A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
thence go North 00 de-CIVIL DIVISION RANGE 26 WEST SANT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- on the following dv 120107 THEM.
thenes 4 mNurtes 13 se- NOTICE OF ACTION CASE NO.: ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA, suant to an Order Rescheduling scred property: 120807 All other creditors of the dece-
REsYE agrees 44 minutes 13 sec Y A D2007-000660-CA ACCORDING TO PLAT RE- Foreclosure Sale dated Novem- sr12/1309 duet And other persons having
317.24 feet to Point of Be- CORDED IN PLAT BOOK G, ber 20 2007 and entered in LOT IdI BLOCK A, VILLAGE @claims o demands against
gni. The ao de- PACO PROPERTIES, INC., PAGE 98 OF THE PUBLIC Case NO. 061021 CA of the NAVAOTE ACCORDING TO decedent's estate must file their
ginninT s The above de- LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: A Florida copa, nd RECORDS OF SAID Circuit Court of the FIRST Judi- THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE Legal 12/1310 claimS wiTh TH I 3
TODAYuiscribsituated in Section 5, Fountain, FlsnNT38 COUNTY cial Circuit in and for SANTA CORDED IN PLAT BOOK E,
Fountain, Fl 12438 Plaintiffs, Any person claiming an SOUTHEAST, i s the Plaintiff BATE DIVISION



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733.702 OF THE FLORIDA AFTER THE SALE. known persons or unknown Courthouse in Milton, Florida ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN iS ' 2006-OPT3
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- spouses claiming by, through i2570, at 11:00 a.m. on the INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
EVER BARRED ENTERED at SANTA ROSA and under any of tIe 11 day of January, 2008, the FROM THE SALE IF ANY, R ADSON l
NOTWITHSTANDING THE County Florida, this 30 day of above-named Defendants, following described property as OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY CIVIL DIVISION CIVIL ACTION Defendants
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH NOVEMBER, 2007. set forth in said Final Judgment, OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF CASE NO.: 06-000052CA CASE NO. 2007-655-CA pendants.
The dale of first publication of By-J Watkins - of Sections 3, 4 12, 13, 22 If you are a person with a Disa- , FORMERLY KNOWN AS suonR to a Final Judamenpau
this notice is December 1, As Deputy Clerk NOTICE is hereby given that and 24, Townsip 2 Soulh, biities who need any accommo- s BANKER'S TRUST COM- Foreclosure dated november
2007 ucme the undersigned Clerk of the Range 27 West and all of Sec- daton in order to participate in ANTHONY PRELL SMITH PANY AS TRUSTEE AND 7 nd nterd in Cae
207. ~120807 Circuit Court of Santa Rosa tions 10, 14 and 15, Township this proceeding you are entitled A/K/A ANTHONY SMITH; CUSTODIAN BY: SAXON Legal 12/1334 3, 07- and entered in Case
Attorney for Personal Represent- 121507 County, Florida, will on the 11 2 South Range 27 West, Santa at no cost to you to the provi- CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT MORTGAGE SERVICES, oT 07-7T 6-CA, rt of the Firs ud Circuit
ative: 12/11 day of January, 2008 at Rosa Couny, Florida as re- sons of certain assistant please FOR SANTA ROSA COUNTY, INC. F/K/A MERITEC IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Court of the First Judicial Circuit
as PaulR. Green 1:00 o'clock A.M at the 865 corded in Plat Book B pages contact Susan Land at 6865 FLORIDA- STATE OF FLORI- MORTGAGE SERVICES, THEIST JUDICAL CIRCUITa For hSant RosaUTSF
aul R. Green Legal 12/1320 Caroline Street, Santa Rosa 155 (1-20) of the public records Caroline Street Mdlton, FL DA/DEPARTMENT OF REVE- INC. AS ITS ATTORNEY IN CNOUAND FO A ROSA BANK ' NATONAL TRUST
Florida Bar No 127448 County Courthouse in Milton of said county. . -- ,3 850-983-1012 within NUE UNITED GUARANTY RES- FACT, C ON RFLRIDICTION COMPANY ASTRUSTEE FOR
Johnson, Green & Miller, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Florida , offer for sale and sell - I,4,,,, days of this receipt IDENTAL INSURANCE COM- Plaintiff, GENERAL . JURISDICTION COMPANY AS TRUSTEE FOR
P.A. AND FOR SANTA ROSA at public outcry to the highest Any person claiming an interest of this document. If you are PANY OF NORTH CAROLINA; DIVISION 0700HSCAI ASRSET SECURITIZATION
6850 Caroline Street COUNTY FLORIDA an best bidder for cash,the in surplus the the sale, it heann or Voice impaired call JEAN ELIZABETH WOOD; vs. CASE NO: 070903CA01 MORTGAGE PASS THROUGH
Milton, Florida 32570 CASE N : 07-360-CA followin-described property sit- any other han the properly 1-800-955-8771. RH ONDA HEWELL; UN- INDYMAC BANK, FS.B.,F ATFIATES SERIEST
Telephone: (850)623-3841 uale in Santa Rosa County,'Flor- owner as o the date F"ei KNOWN SPOUSE OF AN- MARK WOLVERTON, et al, BN
COUNTRYWIDE HOME ida: pendens must file a claim within Dated this 30 day of Novem- THONY PRELL SMITH A/KA Defendant(s). 'PLAINTIFF, CHERISE L' ANDERSOl If
Personal Representative: LOANS INC. . O F 0 ......r ...... ber, 2007 ANTH ONY SMITH; U/K N - * yD.* | G"',,,sN [ "JO SD A 'DEAD. THE" ULN-
s Gloria Jean Vaughn P plaintiff Commence at a 4 inch KNOWN SPOUSE OTF JEAN NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE KNv.INGAND OUD DE T E U-D
Gloria Jean Vaughn square concrete monu- DATED at Milton, Santa Rosa Mary M. Johnson ELIZABETH WOOD; JOHN SALE GARY L. RITZ ET AL. VSES GRANTEES ASSIGN -
5157 Hawks Nest Drive vs ment at the Southwest Counly, Florida, this 30 day of Clerk Of The Circuit Court DOE; JANE DOE AS UN- TTOTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- DEFENDANT(S). EES LIENORS C'REDITORS
Milton, Florida 32570 corner of Lot 29, Block 36 November, 2007. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL KNOWN TENANT S) IN POS- suant to a Final Judgmen of .TR...... RSTEES ANO' ALL OTHER
SALFRED ARTHUR BLACKWELL of the Second Addition to .. . By: Brandy Norris SESSION OF THE SUBJECT Mortgage Foreclosure datnl ed Jg entoNOTICE O RVICE PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTER
120107 A/K/A ALFRED A. BLACK- Navarre, being also the MARY M JOHNSON Deputy Clerk PROPERTY November 30 2007 and en- CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE PAR T VI TSCL AIMING NNTR-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN au s claimngobyth . runnNorth 8egreese Attorney for Plaintiff: - NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN H B TU n C o wnendantswho may be KNOWN TENANT are the De
AND FOR SNT SA Andude'n. o r inue 7scod atRussellA. White No. 253091 Lgl 2138NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SCHEBANK TRUST CaM-Joints. I wil.... ell to t ^hehthest
AND FOR SANTA ROSA d under an of mues 17 seconds East Russell A. White No 253091 gal12/ ursuant to a Moltion and Order PANY AMERICAS FORMERLY spouses, heirs, devisees, gran fesn, dder or cah
COUNTY, FLORIDA above- named Defeans long.said Easterly ROGERS, MORIS & ZIEGL THE RCUT COURT ein Foreclosura Dale KNOWNASBANKER'S TRUST es, assinees, ienos, Cri anta sCont' ourus
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CircuitCourt of Santa Rosa Easterl Right ot way AKbATO Y MT:PIEUTY LC r h eing f�relo......ei.,CORING OTHE PEATRE--
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of Frank IN. Moore deceased, Caroline Street", Santa Rosa the East line of said Lot THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Defendants. DAANPRTMNTRFORVA COUNTYCUTHUE t- LOgPP"IA
File Number 57-2d07-CP-361, Coun' Courthouse in Milto 24; thence run South 08 CUIT IN AND FOR SANTA NOTICE OF ACTION NUE UNITED GUARANTY RES- 11OOAM, on the 11 day of erty: .
s pending in the Circuit Court Florid offer for sale and sell degrees 03 minutes 17 ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE OF ACTION NUE UNITED GUARANTY RES- 11O 00AM, on the following da er:
for Santa Rosa County Florida at ubfi outcry to the hiqhesl seconds West along said CIVIL ACTION P . PANY OF NORTH CAROLINA; described property as set for. . - L .. 2 BL.OCK 1 SNT ...... ... . ... a e
Probate Division he address of an st biddet r for cash the East line of Lot 24 and the CASE NO.: 06-001116-CA FO CIS P CASSIDY III JEANN OELINABRETH AWO O sdid Fina Jugmen" -o st o AN UN n Rt he surplus t ram he saler
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repro entative's attorney are set .o~d n P tBo pursuant to the Final.-Judgment ICING AGREEMENT DATED AS dermer Trace, Milton, FIL32571 SESSOWNTNN ......... FTH(5 I PSUJC- FLO U~.RY..... . .DRIDA BENGD J TTHE ... . .. ... ..ES IGH FWYNIB'~ ,Cekaln
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MILTON5 FL 3257; including .... 1, B. . C, SPENCER said Court, the style of whi is and $280.00 U.S. Currency, Also Attempted at: 1217 Har- vs. M ENT ASSOCIATION INCR ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR IN-
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and fixtures located therein, at bA g' r of Sectio , Srptember 26, 2007 al the cor. 32563 and16571 Antietam Dr, PEDRO C. LRA et al' REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, HEREIN DESCRIBED; DEPARTMENT OF ENVI-
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.. . COhs 30 day of NovemC R n EAI If yo an a persn eer ith a /AUROYNENYE BOe 2 F iAL A t A h been ied ainst yo and f o iadSanta
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D/To FlorCiTM 32 0 FanS Al ertc nonder ton FL 32570/ al 13 100 a2m8bi7 eiNties who nkTeed any accommo- sN 2 iTO 2 ET L ON AD SOUTH iic n he TO Ctlor 6 Gn re r,
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JU ENCIAL BR78D6 AC AoscD P.m A u.. . r nyU F 0955aR HL an this proceeding you are entitled THENCE EAST 370 FElth h TANCE OF 400.09 FEET TAOU EP Y .L o N o e eERitin ea i
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 121507 IN THE CIRCUIT COUR -- IC Ith HEnB G 20 wo receipt FEETHENCE SOUTH 75 A/K/A 7998 MALONE ATAEO L rights of P.H. a female
THE FIRST JUDICIALe o CIR-" Fn 1_.22By: AND FORS A ROSA Dated: November 30 2007. of this Yocumaesn wfilhyou are FEET TOPOINT OF BEGIN- ROAD, MILTON, FL 32570P07NTAT0INDNW c F. m' child born on the 24th day
C U iT O F F LO R I D A , IN A N D 1 3 1 1 C O U N TY . dOR ID A"' the a r o iE n ,o I V o ie d i m p al red c a ll N IN G . I N " A C C OR A C aT T H f A u u t ,0 0 7 ,, in S a n ta
FOR SANTA ROSA ' CASE N&: O7-464-CA Mar,,M /hsn1-80'55-8771.AypesncmgaAMRCNWTHDSBL Rosa-County, Ff oridaby
COUNTIY ,,~ NTECRUTCUTI .... ... CLERK 1O HE IRUI CUR ANY PERSON CLAIMING interest in the surplus AMEICAS.... ,"AI~l the Department of Ch i-
Case ...N....AN D ., FO R ,,SA ^NTA RO SA ~ wu r~ w CIRCUIT CO URT SEAL I�!INESS my hand and the seal AN INTEREST, IN THE SUR- f rom the sale, if an y, [ , . ., rs n wti dren and Fam ily Services,
COUNT FLO,,.,!,, R IDA.... .. .LOANS, INC.. ' t tis Court this 29 day oF No- PLUS FROM THE SALE, IF other than the property, ....... ,4nee iog a s,4 ia for, subsequent adoption,
Division -ACASE N& : 07-394-CA ....vember, 2007, ANY , OTHER THAN `THE owner as af the do a ccmoation .shou' ' l d contact ',and You are nereby com-
uns~nP laintif, "'n accordance with the Ameri- PROPERTY OWNER AS OF the Lis Pendens must file aCORTe" ADMINISTRATION' ,o,, ,uat manded to be and appear
�ROSE ACCEPTANCE, NC. BANK OF NEW YORK AS cans With Disabilities Act, per- Mar ,M . Johno THE DATE OF THE LIS claim within sixty (60) outh oueSA-T ARO A C ut y before the Honorabee
Plaintiff, TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFI- vs. sons in need of a special ac- As 3erk of? the"C'ourt IIPENDENS 'r=MUST -,FILE ~ A days after the sale........ -Courtho,-/ useor't , Marcith L. i .iGoodman, ortiJudgean
......... CATEHOLDERS CWALT, INC. . ......... alton to parhicipate in CIRCUIT COURT SEAL CAIM I RTHIN 60 DAY .... ITES M1AN-8dh 00955-8771, vIa Plorid orf-Saetai.Ruit Courin and
vs ~~~ALTERNATIVE LOAN TRUST ,J.AMESVAUGHA.N- CAROL, tINE promma ingsoalwihnBy Brandy N~orris 206-8C,0ORGAE5NTI5-COIA7VL0GEseen(7vdyspnrtoan ro-AsDeutfCerorsaloSthsnouton ovmbr.Y .aloidotunetyntKs
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PASDRisbEaeijicnatte diita-,00 rilities who need any ac- ' ". TIESAL BE u- Caroline Street, Milton, FL
MICHAEL RAY........ . T.... WNER~c,.v~tS ASSOCIA- �s ."a l:-i , OTICE SALLWEEK FOR32570 ourthoue t a o
ROSAc C-.,--,, AND^ U,-, ,CATES, SERIES 2006-18CB N......... n.-. lve 0Oice of the Court, Santa Icmolto1i20e8o07lc-MTM Jhsn!~-i~ NEAWE FR350 nth 4hdyo
commodret ate ni n tisp oeding toup c are y M.Jof he nsrui on u--rt. ....... ,
KN '-OWN.. . ... ...,TEN - 'n,. ,u'.., ariaan'unkown.RosaCounty Courthouse 6865 121507 pt nhspoceigo r Ce(2o)h irutCor ECK zl ,,ONSE UTIVE February, 2008, at 9:00
............. - o - ,.c n~~e r evysees, graintes ca -C rln tetS itn F 2 1
ANS/OW ER,.,in',trs ' nd othe r unk no ner- 325 70' ee-{n entitled al no cost to you to the CIRCUIT COURT SEAL� a.m. You must either up-
Defendants. 'son Icvo r ukonspouss"a-_pm-_ na0 A, telephone egl12139provisions of certain assistant By: Brandy Norris 100ea ntedae ada
Ti 180 5 please contact Susan Land a.t DeputyClerk " 257te time specified or send
CYTHAs. SEISnA// a, Ybvhoyuahmard Dunde . qc" 7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT bF 6865 Caroline Street Milton, FL 12/1507 rttnrsonet h
NOTICE OF SALE oF"'he' bove-namedefen770 via"Flo.... Roawitnrepnet h
CYNTA SEVSN AA/A . ' 1-800-955-877 v eFl-ia THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 32570, .098-112wihiL1087 Curprortothat time.
Nt..ce: is .her.eb .. ..yo CNTIAgNivELenKAnt, uy eric". IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA 2 wvorkina days of this receipt 121507Lea12 35
..............L'..... . .... COUNTY, FLORIDA of this doc.....t. If you.... 12/1332g " YOUR FAILURE TsOHAPLPEAR
ant to Final Judgment for Plain-Cr-NA.-cEL STVON Defendants. . 120807 .CVLDVSO era rVieipie al-RRSODSALB
tiff entered in this cause on No.'"r'- M RTGAGE", E�EC'rONIc110 CVLDVSO eai o oc mpie alI TECRUTCUT NO EPN
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stuated in Santa Rosa County, kn.....heirs,;deviseesganYrn"Nt IEi hebygvn ha ,- Paitifbar,2007... .. .... T" ,... ^ u . 2007 'CA SHALL PERMANENTLY
Florida described as: .' t "he undersigned Clerk of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN vs.INTH ANJDICILOCRCUINTA RO SE 0008
knonees rarrso ns o rnr unkn -nCircuit Court of Santo Rosa AND FOR SANTA ROSA ERNEST D. STOMP A/K/A ER- M R H S NA A E T T H
A PORTION OF SECTION 8 Cn',n p... . . . ,.k.. . . .. . . .. .... ounty , Foridaa will on the 1,COUTY,, FLO , R. IDAKI. NEST STOMP, et al, ClerkYOf 4l-' rcuitOCourt COEUENRTYFLORuIDAsITO ESM O R PRIS L N/.R T=.Ep .E
28 WEST DESCRIBEID'AS FOL_ a.... ny OF I e. .. 11"00o'cock A.M at the 6865 ' By: Brandy Norris DVSO OF PARENTAL RIGHTS.
LOWS: 6 EGINNING AT THE above-named Defendant,, Crln SreSat�oa NR:Th ofitr�f NOTICE OF ACTION Deputy Clerk CASE NO: 07-825 CA a Florida corporation,
NORTHWEAST DeNE fTendns Courthouse in Milton Florida TOUS AKNTOA SO litf, WITNESSclr fmysa hand oras anthe
NRHETQUARTER OFDendts offer for sale and se(I at public One 2002 Ford F-350 Pick-u TO:. 120807 U..CANIATION ALASOthanifCerkofseaidthereothisnd
THEF SEToSOUTHWEST8,TWS QUARTER4 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE outcrybidrto theforhighestcasand besttheTruck,1F 3F2D447VINVod.. ... K: ERNEST :utD. STOMP A/K/A 121507vs.PATIONTIIFthevs.ealthNoemreof, t200.
NORTH. RANGE 28 WEST- SALE following-c:lescribed property sit- $280.00 U.S. Currency. Lost ,Known ,Address: 201 Pen- AN RW G.M SEs.d .... . . .
THENCE GO NORTH 1305 - ANDREWnuRoaCont G.-saoa McASSEYrbreeLea and3 U= r UK
FEET TO PO IN T O F B EG IN N - N O TIC E is hereb y g ive n tha t u t . "na Ro a o t , ,F o r FcL 3 2 5B 1ach nd , 3 7 3 3 Ceez o nRIKeg aN S OA/K1A RIC H -LEELY NOA. GILLIS
I G TH N E G WE T 6 9the undersigned 61 ark of the ida: DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT: I, L 3 56 a d3.... ......NS N / /A RI H E EYN A.G LLS SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
FEET.itGOouORTfHSan5aFEos Lot 4bBlock J. VICTORIAN Zachary Wells Stuart. Also Attempted at: 1 217 Harri- THE FIRST JUDICIAL ClR- BENSON- ANY AND ALL UN-Defendants. FCIRCIDAORTA
GO WEST 629 FT. Gb ounty, Foridauaryl2.nt8eat VILLA PHASE 3, a subdi- son Ave, G.'ulf Breeze, FL CUlT IN AND FOR SiANTA KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMINGByLiaTlo
NORTH 860 FEET, GO EAST d1:00 'clockA2.00 at vision6 of Section 28, NOTICE OF FORFEITURE 3253 ........nteta D, ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA BY, THROUGH. UNDER, AND NOTICE vlyOFA.GliACTION Deputy C:lis ,aOuerk
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6 9FEET GO E ST6 9 FE GOUT 2 5 C rln tel S na R s 28 W est. according , to W rat - , C,.urrent Residence Unknown CASE NO. 07-840 CA NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND - 9074 A lton Cour
SOUTH 2O E 5 9 FEET.TO GOITO County Courtho.... in Milton ANTIS) W HO ARE NOT Milton, FIL32583 120807 ."
BEGINING 25 3EETTO COINEO Florida offer for sale and sell thereof as record a in riot TO: Zachary . Wells Stuart,UN OW SP SE F DIVISION B KNOW),N TO BE DEAD OR 1 10
M O RE O R LESS, LESS ROAD at ubli c outcry to the highest Book 9 . Page 85 , of the 2044 Routh Road, Burlington, ' N . _ W _P U E O And all parties claimin r, inter- 1 2 0
an d beist id rf r ah h Public Records o f Santa North Carolina E 'RNES:TD. STO MP " W ASHINGTON M UTUAL ALIVE, W HETHER SAID UN- . . I I e or 1 2 0
W A .'follo w in -described pro pe rty sit- R o sa C o u n ty, Flo rid a . 2 7 2 17 -8 7 7 1 a nd a ll p e rso ns Lo st ,Kno w n ,A a adress: ,20 1 Pen- B A N K F / K /A W A S H IN G - K O N PA T E M A Y C LA IM a g a is t oy " ' '.:1, - ' -, 1. ....2, 1 3, 3 8
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andcomolyknon s:VA ida:Uaei at, RsaCutFo-pursuant to the Final Judgment 2002 Ford F-350 Pick-up ,TruckCv, Gul f Beez, F. ....325lant3fOR 'OTHER 'CLAIMANTS. AND ALL PARTIES HAVING
CANT LAND�BULILARD ROAD, entered in a case pendjna in VIN# 1FTWX33FX2E . .... OLYB HESAIPOV-O LAMN O AELga 213
MILTO , FL 2570 ncludin A SL AN1,Blck C, SPENCER saidc Court, the style of whic is and $280.00 U.S.Crrny, - p . , s ETASCAIN N . N IHTTEO N
the building appurtenancesG PH SE1 indicatdaoe hc ee ezda raotson ,Ave, .Gulf Breeze, rL ETASC TIN NC- NY RG T ILEO I-
a nd fixtures t'oca ted th e rein, a 5 63NI G H S , " " at d a o e h ch w r e z d 7o a~ t eb~ co DJ.. .a nd 5 1A' . . . / ,ntieta m ' D r, E R . L R t [M O RTG A G E E LEC TRO N I C T ER ES T IN TI H E P R O P ER TY S TA T E O F FLO R ID A
Public sale, to the htaest anal being a portion of Section September 26, 2007a te "renao 32 r ....z,.u ,P1R . IA1e l REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, HEREIN DESCRIBED; DEPARTMENT OF ENVl-
arehed o te fon stpsRange 29 West, Santa an interest in the surplus, if any, Street in Santo RosaC CouretRsdneUkon INC.;DOH'A NKNOEWNDTN O R OIIDta a OIEO RPS
ofteSnaRs on�Rosa County, Florida a-resultina from the foreclosure Said property, is -i-n tecsoyru .......,,CrnW ta"a cNTCE OF FORECLOSURE DEA NNW E-YUAENTFE hta c OIEO RPSD
Courthouse, on January 1I, cadina to the alot. re sae ow 'her a fthe ateofthe ..... ro er iff'sOffit e Sala Roaiountyba crt Foreclosure ' of Mivort'"- IM SAL E REYGVN �DFNANT ( NPSES) IONlo no c attounfoAG EN YATO
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2008 at1 11am.. Pales 82(1),822) a dPendlens, must file a claimcion County. Florida and a Com- gage ,on the:following ae- suaint Idea Final Judgment aoNOTICEertyFORECLOSURRosa County Th Dealro tmenti o fEnveNoiceof its
-2'3,o- m tu.L, Kec- ame with the Clerk af Court olaint (or Final "udgment of For- cibdpropertyMortgage Foreclosure dated NOTICEOnOELSU EFriaaProtto n gS DrivsNtice of its

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"a" "n"K' "' C rIoe~eZU ndetrqdatni odrf brcpen TET AV R E LDated this 30 day of Novem-. ... ...he timeofrfiling. Te1 lreof
2007 inthis caenowpendin ATrORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1ST in Case .0070014A, of hsrocee ngou are eniled 32566 PCE FL 325711 pursu- eroofileapeon
insad out~hesyl o wic rakAlbert Radar JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND the Circuit Court of the I1ST Judi- atn 1ostto you to the provi- br 07 n o usco . . . / of' t ine"'kany.. persn oprae. timepe-o
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is indicated above ler c. FOR SANTA ROSA cial Circuit in and for Santa n of et ant ber, 2007. ant teasesubsection713Any person claiming an .7 of s
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e gl Judg nt, a O r- g% tf2/1322 TRAVIS Ws iZAAL, et al., 1 lfoc ha ha dE yth and h 0isCou AONDNa me S, NUnversi Dr e sithe reht to accept or re amn ate de ermn
oiaaer for cashnin the SANTA, (407)381E-5200 N.A. is the Plaintiff and JERRY 32570 850-983-1012 within other than th p,g ol r&' CIRCUIT COURT SEAL "act an nar'a,...os "ad isttve eemna n

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DCNOR N TO HA LA AONUDNFORLOSDNATA *ROSA N OTICE OF SALE ori Coltho 0ea K. lohe a ek o hnCdourt tsiofii Courre 2e3230rFOMO R -----------------nd 1 . o
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DHOUSE 6865 Caroline Street 120807 t TON HN DOE; JANE DOE ofthisrcutwi"ent. If ou are the sis Pendens must file a eputyClerk1FALP52U4RAso h..119284 1994 NTHECIUITCOURTFs at s ctoFn tbe
MiltCOUNTY, FLorida 32570 at 11:0 121507 Plaintif 0, 2007, ASentered in 120807 * 120807 iesor Voice impaired call claim withinil accom- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRsixty (60) must contain the following infor
amnYCn PtheRSIdayofN JanuaryG 12/1321CIrSON 1 O, L H CE -S THE 102155-8771l days after T1 OTFO F4 in this proceeding and partici
kb VR4 CA Pi, heofollowingdescribedVS.lCCiPiOPNRTYHVI edefendants.TNOUR NRO.AATTORNEJNaP5RU302227RuateTasa/ paOSA ooatnhe ams b adnar, subse-
200o te fllwng dsciedv JEC R PRYaed na s� . SEN PA TO N YNISSAN aquent intervention (in o proceed-
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ALNOT LOERTHAN H E A; UN- e ndb d THE T COUR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Defendants. HOUSE at the Santa RosaPIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF lantation, Fl. OR H AST33324SEC sa fo and
PENDENSC MUST FILE A known heirs, devisees, gran C E O oi t a. COUNTY, FLORIDA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA t213 PASS-THROUGH CERTIFY ion or proposed action;
PLAT =BOOK D PAGE &s CASE N&: 07-876-CA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- 11 -,,-,� ::escribed property as yBad orsB:.Wtis IN ACCORDANCE W!i1-1 i-i,- Legal 12/1337 tAepetitioncithai disputes Ike ma-
59 OF TDeputyLCClerk AMERICANS WITH - er1facts on which the
�WD OF" SANTA .R^OSA COUNTRYWIDE BANK FSB suant to a Summary Final Judg- -, I-, -,,-ri said Final Judgment, As Deputy Clerk DeputSCler
CO NT, FL RD . FKA C U TY IE B N ment of Foreclosure dated No- to wit: . ISAT persons with J.,.,LI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Department's action is based
.. .. ' " "NA vme 0 07 nerdi 287100 ies needing a special accom- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- must contain the following infor.
Case 07-285 CA, of the Circuit LOT 11, BLOCK C LESS THE 121507 121507 modation should contact CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND motion:
a/k/a: 9404 OCTAVIA Plaintiff Court of the 1ls Judicial Circuit NORTH 13 FEET 6F SANTA 1213 1/13 COURT ADMINISTRATION, at FOR SANTA ROSA (a) The name, address, and tele-
LN.. NVRE, FL. 32566 ' in and for Santa Rosa Count, VILLA Vill, A SUBDIVISION the SANTA ROSA County COUNTY Ihoe number of each peti-
Florida wherein SUNTRUS ACCORDING TO THE PLAT Courthouse at NONE', CASE NO. 07-716-CA ho~ner, th 11picat'sne
ANY PERSON CLAIMING vs. MORTGAGE, INC. is Plaintiff, THEREOF, RECORDED IN 1-800-955-8771 [TDD) or and address, tie Deportment
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR- WILLIAM^ M ., o^RANAL;^H, ^. and TRAVIS W. ZAAL, et al, are PLAT BOOK C, PAGE 154, Legal 12/1330 Legal 12/1332 1-800-955-8770, viaFlorida DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL File Number and the county in
PLUSg FROM TE SALE . IF , RANDALL;" UN- Defendants, I will sell to the ON FILE WITH THE CLERK Relay Service. TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE which the project s proposed;
PROERT OWER AS OF..........Iandn cash, at the Santa Rosa County AND FOR SANTA RO5SA THE 15T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. THE FIRST JUDICIAL ClR- 120807 TIZATION CORPORATION whien each petitioner received

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(c) A statement of how each Also Attempted at: 5664
petitioner's substantial interests Windrun Place, Milton, FL
are affected by the 32571
Department's action or pro- Current Residence Unknown
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Rg A statement of the relief WINDRUN SUBDIVISION
sought by the petitioner, stating A PORTION OF SECTION
precisely the action tIe peti 32, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
tioner wants the Department .to RANGE 29 WEST SANTA
take with respect to the ROSA COUNTY6 FLORIDA,
Department's action or pro- ACCORDING T6 PLAT RE-
posed action. CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
A petition that does not dispute "D" AT PAGE 20 IN THE
Ihe material facts on which the OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF
Department's action is based CIRCUIT. COURT OF SAID
shall state that no such facts are COUNTY.
in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as TOGETHER WITH A 1990
set forth above as required by DOUBLE WIDE SKYL MO-
Rule 28-106.361 of the Florida BILE HOME WITH VIN#'S
Administrative Code. H M S T 5 4 2 2 A G A
Because the administrative hear- HMST5422BGA AND
ing process is designed to for- TITLE#'S 63798436,
mulaoe final agency action, the 63798437.
filing of a petition means that
the Department's final action has been filed against you and
may be different from the posi- you are required to serve a
tion taken by it in this notice copy of your written defenses, if
Persons whose substantial inter- any, to it, on Marshall C. Wat-
ests will be affected by any such son, P.A., Attorney for Plaintiff
final decision of the Department whose address is 1800 NW
have the right to petition to be- 49th STREET SUITE 120
come a party to the proceeding, FT. LAUDERDALE FL 33039
in accordance with the require- on or before January 7, 2008
ments set forth above, a date which is within thirty (30j
In accordance with Section days after the first publication ofat
120.573, F.S., the Department this Nci;:e ;.. the (Please publish
advises that mediation is not in THE it::17 GAZETTE IN MIL-
available in this case as an al- TONI sj I. i: the original with
ternative to filing a petition for the Clerk of this Court either be-
an administrative determination, fore servi-- -, Plaintiff's attor-
ney or .8.7- ,-I thereafter;
120807 otherwise .i Jil.i., will be en-
120807 tered against you for the relief
12/1339 demanded in the complaint.
If you are a person with a Disa-
___________________ bilities who need any accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceeding you ore entitled
Legal 12/1340 at no cost to you to the provi-
sions of certain assistant please
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF contact Susan Land at 6865
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Caroline Street Milton, FL
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA 32570, 850-983-1012 within
COUNTY, FLORIDA 2 working days of this receipt
CIVIL DIVISION of this document If you are
CASE NO.: 07-826 CA hearnorVoice impaired call
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO of this Courf this 3 day of De.
vs. By J. Watkins
Defendants. 120807
TO: "
A/K/A KIMBERLY Legal 12/1341
Last Known Address: 5702 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
Windrun Place, Pace, FL 32571 AND FOR SANTA ROSA
Also Attempted at 5664 COUNTY FLORIDA
Windrun Place, Milton, FL PROBATE DIVISION
32571 . File No.: 57-2007-CP-369
Current Residence Unknown- 'Dision:
Last Known Address: 5702 ALICE FAYE MITCHELL
Windrun Place, Pace, FL 32571 Deceased.

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Child Support, has been filed Randall A. Werre, Petitioner's
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TO ALL PERSONS HAVING ur written defenses,i any, FL 32570, on or before January White with orange
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CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Kwith the C ' r Courttherea rox. 16 bs. Last seen in
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: Kicklihter Waddell, Re- ir otherwise a defaut will be pc . Ih ar s p
You are hereby notified that on sponent/Former Husband's entered against ou for he re- hantilly Woods.
Order of Summary Administra-'attorney, whose address is liefdemanded in the Petition. 626-3494
lion has been entered in the es- 1108-A North 12th Avenue,
tate of' ALICE FAYE MITCHELL, Pensacola, FL 32501 on or DATED on December 5, 2007. ________
deceased . File Number before January 7, 2068, and
57-2007-BP-369 by the Circuit file the original with the clerk As Clerk of the Court
Court for Santa Rosa County, of this court at Santa Rosa CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Florida, Probate Division- Ihe Couny Courthouse, 6865 By Brenda Lambrisky ,
address of which is 6865 SW Carolie Street, Milton, Flor- As Deputy Clerk ' , 5.
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida rei e Street Mileton Flr- As Deputy Clerk
32570 that the decedent's dale ida 32570 either before 120807
of death was October 19, service on Petitioner's attor- 121507 ) t .s
2007, that the total value of the ney or immediately thereofat- 122207
estate is $-0-; that the only asset ter; otherwise a default will 122907
of he estate was homestead be entered against you for 12/1344
real properly; and that he tthe relief demanded in the _________asdo___
names and addresses of those petition. Leal 12/1345
to whom it has been assigned : L Egal 12/134
by such order are: WARNING Rule 12.285 BIDS will be received by City &
Name Address Florida Family Law Rules or Council; City of Milton, Forida PETS & ANIMALS
Brenda Woodam 80 1--Cox
Road, Dawson, GA 39842 cs Procedure, requires certain at City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street,
S N A automatic disclosure of do Milton Florida until 2-00 p.M .2100- Pets
MaryS LynndscMtIce he3 F c on Thursday, Januare 3, 2008 2118- Pets: Free to
Mary Lynn Mitchell P.O. Box ments and information. Fail- for the construction a 16,295211- Pets Free
246, Jay, FL 32565 ure to comply can result in square foot fire station. Good Home
sanctions, including dismissal 2120i- Pet Supplies
Susan Robertson 5639 Fair- or striking of pleadings. The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS 2130 - Farm Animals/
view Drive, Milton, FL 32570 may be examined at the follow- Supplies
TERT EDENS DATED this 3rd day of De- inocation:
INTERESTED PERSONS ARE member, 2007. of C Milton, 6738 Dixon 2140 - Pets/Livestock
NOTIFIED THAT: Street, Milton, FL. 32570 Wanted
All creditors of the estate of the CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Bidders are asked to bid on
decedent and persons having COURT prate phases of construction
claims or demands against the CIRCUIT COURT SEAL opieseparat e phases of construction.
estate of the decedent other By: Suzanne Brooks DOCUMENTS may be obtained
than those for whom provision Deputy Clerk from T-Square Reprographics
for full payment was made in 327 West Garden Street, Pen2100
he Order of Summary Adminis- 120807 scola 32501 for a
ration must file their claims with 121507 non-refundable fee. Phone num-
MONthis curt WITHIN THREE 12/1342 ber is 850-432-9776 2- beautiful, playful,
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF _Please call City of Milton Pur- loving, dark tabby, home-
THIS NOTICE. Legal 12/1343 chasing Department a less kittens. Need a
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS . 850983-5417 for more infor- ood respoit nsible car-
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED File No. 57-2007-CP-372 12/1345
TWO T [2 YEARS OR MORE AF- Division 2L
THE DATE OF- FIRST,-PUBLICA Small 5r old art Chi-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS De- Marshall Randol Cartland huahua/mi y oving,
c ember 8, 2007 a.k.a. Marshall R. 1T1H10 MA e . huA/d Ikes dn loving,
Attorney for Person Giving No- Cartland - doesn't bite gets along
Attorney for Person Giving No- with other dos. Nees
s/Jennifer Byrom Deceased. . V lots of TLC, a shots up to
Jennifer Byrom NOTICEi TO CREDITORS date, lives indoors. Has
Florida Bar No.: 438960 seizures, controlled with
Jennifer Byram & Associates The administration of the estate medication. Send resume
5177 Elmira Street of Marshall Randol Cartland A U iT I N!!! to 623 n2007 Attn: Ms.
Milton, FL 32572 a.k.a. Marshall R. Carlland, de. A U N!! to 62-2 Attn M.
Telephone: (850) 623-4347 ceased, whose date of. death SAT DEC 8, Brothers.
was September 1, 2007, is
Person Giving Notice: pending in the Circuit Court for MILTON
/s/Mary Ln Mitcell Santo Rosa County, Florida A
Mary Lynn Mitchell Probate Division, the address of Reqular Auction @
P.O. Box 246 which is 6865 Caroline Street, 4:00 PM and Bidder's Must See! 7-male Pit
Joy, FL 32565 Milton, Florida 32570-0472. Choice Auction @6:30 Bull puppies Beautifully
The names and addresses of the PM marked weeks old,
120807 personal representative and the mare weeks o,
121507 personal representative's altoar- Garcon Market & An- wormed.$100andup.
12/1341 ey are set forth below, tiques - Open on Fri. 626-1662 or 207-0081
Ali creditors of the decedent 1 2-5 & Sat & Sun 9-5-
and other persons having claims / i St
or demands against decedent's located 1/2 Mile South
Legal 12/1342 estate on whom a cooy of this of 1-10
notice is required to be served Exit 26 Featuring: ** Pit Bull Puppies
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT must file their claims with H of Unique Full-blooded, -f le
OF THE FIRST JUDI court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 Hundreds of Unique ed, 1-female
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF Items such as antique 2-males, Black w/white
CSANTA ROSA COUNTY,F THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF furniture ** cast iron chest. $100. 287-2997
Case No.: 92-993-CA-01 A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON tery ** collectables *
Division: B THEM. Nascar * toys *new
All other creditors of the dece- & used furniture ** *
SANDRA K. SANDERS, dent and other persons having e items ever week
Petitioner/Former Wife, claims ,or demands agoinsl"new items every week.
decedent's estate must file their Accepting consign-
and claims with this court WITHIN 3 ments nowll View items 2I110
WILLAM, . ALRED, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF starting at 9:00am day
WILLIAM W.ALLRED, THIS NOTICE. of auction. James Free to a good home.
Respondent/Former Hus- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Smith, Auctioneer - Adorable kittens, possibly
band. WITHIN FORTH E TIME PERCIODS License AU3184 info. - 15 weeks old. Brother
AMENDED NOTICE OF 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA Dan (850) 525-9395 and sister, one all black
ACTION FOR PUBLICA- PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- or Janis . (850) the other all white. Must
--- NOTWITHSTANDING THE 206-1753 keep together. 623-1930
TO: Sandra K. Sanders TIME PERIOD SET FORTH Tues-Sat. 9am-4pm
an action for Modification of OF DEATH IS BARRED. rE I
The date of first publication of --f' W "-'-
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$350/mth. 255-4004
Warehouse for rent op-
prox. 1200 SF. 6-roll-up
doors. Excellent location.

1 Bedroom unfurnished apart-
ment. Great for seniors. $375
month plus deposit. 626-0287
If no answer leave message.
2 bedroom apartment.
Newly renovated. C H &
A. Just of Avalon Blvd.
$550. month / $500 de-
posit. 994-9391
All utilities included,
Downtown Milton, Living
space 2200 sq ft. on
water, large fireplace,
AC/HC, patio, formal liv-
ingroom, diningroom,
breakfast bar any disabil-
ities, furnished, cable TV,
microwave, small appli-
ances, private parking,
$795+ Dep.
2/1 brick duplex. All ce-
ramic tile, stove, frig,
laundry hookups, fenced
ard with patio.
Non-smokmn environ-
ment. $5757mth
2/1 Duplex New appli-
ances and carpet.

The All New!


S 6110 J L 6140
2/BR 1/BA IWn T hA
Non-smoking, no pets.
Nice quiet area great
for retirees. Cal: Navarre nice brick,
623-6606 3br, 2ba, appls., FP, util.
rm, garage, near school
no pets, $1100mo. Call
6R; 0 (850) 837-5072
1 6130 North Milton
Navarre, Waterfront 2 2/BR 1 /2/BA, Kitchen,
br, 2 12 ba TH with gar- Eating Area, formal Din-
age, deep water boat ing and large Living
slip, fireplace & hard- Room. Utilities & Satellite
woods, screened in included. Finished if de-
porch with jacuzzi. Avail sired. $750/mth Tel.
1/1/08. $1300 mo. or 623-6287
Lease option. North Milton
850-368-6700 3/BR 2/BA
6573 Sinclair St. Total
H SElectric CHA no pets.
mh$800/mth $00/dep.
SL40 Bay Crest Realty
3/BR 2/BA, 1552
living area. Available North Milton
now. $1050/mth 3BR/2BA 6560 Imerial
$1050/deposit. Dr. $900/mth
Non-smoking environ- $500/deposit. MYRICK
ment. Pets upon ap- Properties 512-5445
proval. Janet Coufter Re- Pace
alty. 206-3666 3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
Available now: Spacious brick home with
Clean, newly painted a large, enclosed pool.
1 600sqt home. Country 3.5 acres. 5br/4.5
setting in the city. CH&A, baths; 3,614 SF. $1,950
washer/dryer hook-up. per month. Call
Rent $775/$500 de- 478-4607 Eric Gleaton
posit. Call: Realty, Inc.
Bagdad BANKS. You CAN buy
Small house in Bagdad, now or RENT
utilities furnished. Clean. w/option-sale-owner fi-
No pets. $600/mth nance with small down.
$150/deposit Payment negotiable.
623-8415 Milton area. Go to-
Swebsite. CALL
Of. Mil &t 8850-324-0494
Off 1-10 & 87. http://www.highroad-
ice, 3/2, rent to own. tv
Fireplace, new caret &
paint. Water furnished.
850 per month plus de-
posit. 850-276-7993 ".
East Milton7
3/BR 2/BA on 1 acre.
$700/mth Milton
500/deposit. Looking for person who
982-2127 ____ would like to share large,
East Milton 2 story home, with retired
Best of both worlds-quiet nurse. Downtown Milton
eo 3/BR 2.5/BA on creek. $495/mth must
country 3/BR 2 5/B have references.
home, minutes to 1-10 850-983-8195. Appoint-
w/fireplace, ingound 850-983-8195. Appoint-
pool w/pool house, 2 ment only. Lots of extra
car garage, FL rousem, and work for man or woman
argue porch oomandif desired. 2 acres, very
Non-smoking lease, private.
refernces & Peposit. Pace

$900/mth 628-9623

House for Rent 2br,
I ba. New paint/ roof Lg
eat in kitchen. Screened
orch. Utility Rm. Avail.
Jan 1 st. $650/$300.
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
?/1 newly remodeled
$650/mth 626-4266
3/BR 1/BA CH & A
fenced back yard, car-
port. 5374 Lexington
3/BR 1/BA in Skyline
6631 Wesdon Court
3/BR 2/BA $800/mth
3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage. New tile & car-
pet. Military clause hon-
ored. $95d/mth
$800/deposit. Call

3BR/1/2BA to share a
home. All house privi-
leges utilities included.
$ 395/month with
Small doq ok. Call
995-1125 or 463-4103

Long or short term.
Quiet non-smoking envi-
ronment. Kitchen laun-
dry, utilities, satellite TV,
fax, internet, unlimited
lonq distance included.
$295/mth. 957-4616

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2 bedrooms 2 bath.
Water furnished. $375
per month plus deposit.
3/1.5 bath, total elec-
tric, recently remodeled.
Covered porch, $395

plus deposit. 994-
or 994-6212
3/2 new carpet,
$475/mth + depe
994-8865 or 994
East Milton
4995 Community
4/BR Doublewide
$575/mth $5757

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For Rent Mary Esther Two 1
Fema Mobile Home acre panoramic deep
3/2. East Gate Mobile water estate lots. fabu-
Home Ranch 626-8973 lous docks on intercoastal
Holt- 2 br, 1 ba MH waterway. $925K and
$500mo+dd. & ref. Sec- $865K. Call
tion 8 accepted 850 850-598-6614
rJ3-A7 -t AQO .7-A 'I*

537-6222O or 4Y-/ 412
3BD/2BA doublewide
on 1/2 acre corner lot.
Total Electric New
CH/A. No Pets.
(2)- 2/1 Water & Gar-
bae included. No pets.
300deposit. 675-6614
2/1 Mobile Home near
Whiting Field $450/mth
Don Cumbie Realty
Call:Barbara 377-6787
2/BR totally renovated.
$200/deposit. No pets.
368-7506 or 983-1091
2BD/1BA water and
garbage furnished.
$550 per month with a
$550 deposit
554-2388 or 983-1725
3/BR 1/BA, No pets,
water and garbage
furnished. $50/mth
Country Living
Peacefu, quiet & clean.
3/2 on 1 acre with �
fenced playyard, storage
shed washer/dryer. Min-
utes from lakes, creek &
horse stables.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $600mth/$600ep.
DBL.Wide private, near
town, L 2/BR 2/BA
Appl. W/D CHA.
$60O/mth 623-8511 Iv.
RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
$250/mth water &
garbage included.
3/2 Doublewide like
new inside laundry,
CH/A, great location.
�Non-ssmoking, no pets.

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

osit. Milton
1-6212 1100+ SQ FT. of quiet .
country living. Lg. 2/BR
2/BA, porc, carport,
y Circle CHA, Appl. on 1 acre. 4
miles from Milton.
deposit $62,000. Call:
. 3/2 Brick home. Newly
i remodeled, 1500+ SF.
Nice area. $114,900.
Call Dave at
Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
" the heart of Navarre.-
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches.- This
, home offers 1582 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2 car garage.- You
will find a very open
split floor plan with a
magnificent kitchen fea-
turing beautiful appli-
ances (including refrig-
erator) and tons of
counter and cabinet
space includinA a cen-
., ter island.- There is
also a very large back-
S yard that is fully
fenced.- You will not
-i want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home.-
' Offered at only
$194,900. ML$
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.~
Jodi Van Wa0ner/
Coldwell Banker united
S 850-723-1907.

,, Allentown Area
North of Milton
2 lovely lots with 3+ ac-
res each. Located less
. ' than 7 miles from the
ss proposed new Wal-Mart
1,- on 87 N. Lot #1
i or $75,000, Lot #2
*1 $70,000 will trade for
Si land. ERA Bill Wallace
I Realty 623-5330 or
. 572-6500
m rc Lots for Sale
Im i 2-1 acre secluded lots
on Trice Rd., Pea Ridge.
'� Well wooded, great
� schools $25,000 each.
ERA Bill Wallace Really
S 623-5330 or 572-6500

.- East Milton
, , Like Country living?
. ;-.,.Il 3/BR 2/BA mobile home
5 minutes to 1-10 on quiet
' country acre. Fenced
yI ard $69 000
623-962 -

i 1/2 ACRE
For Sale $46,000 OBO
I . Call 994-0849 or

!-- 7180
Destiny bY the

Gated beachfront com-
munity. Luxurious home,
bargain priced! $875K

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 - Mutorhomes

1986 Dodge Aires
4-cylinder, good shape,
ood transportation.
$900.00 623-2580
1992 Nissian, Infinity
Q45, runs great, $3000
S996 Town-n-Country
LXI Runs great $3000.
2000 Dodge Intrepid
white/tintec windows.
92,000 miles. $5500
obo. Excellent condition,
new tires (last year)
beautiful interior, CD
player. 1 owner. Gets
28-30 mpg 675-4019 or
LE for sale by owner.
Desert Dand, 58K miles,
good condition, detailed
maintenance log.
$14,275 NADA; will sell
$13,000. Call Suzanne
@ 623-4981; message
2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Very good condition, low
mile 2 new tires.
$1 2,800.00 Call:
Pay Cash for junk cars
of trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or

1983 AMC Jeep CJ5
4-wheel drive with new
top and doors. $5000
mint condition. 9941667
1992 Jeep Wrangler 4
cylinder, qood condition.
$4000. 512-5445

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One owner vehicle
Under Warranty
15,200 actual miles.
Kia Sorento EX '06.
One owner, exc. cond.
with plastic still cover-
ing carpets. Abosolutly
must see. 15,200 ac-
tual miles Asking
$18,900 Private
owner. 850-665-3265

82 Ford P/U. 6-cylinder.
Runs good, mag wheels.
Call: 623-6339 or
1998 Ford F 150
Extended cab, Bedliner,
new tires, power win-
dows & doors, cruise, tilt
wheel, AT/AC/CD
79,000 miles. Excellent
condition. Below NADA
retail $8500 obo
Santa's Sled Tundra
Heavy duty great hauling
truck. 7,000 miles. Gun
metal gray, bucket seats.
Many extras, new rails.
Must see to aprreciate.
623-8565 or

1998 Chevy Astro V6,
Very clean, new paint,
front and rear air. 8 pas-
senger. 92,600 miles.
Asking $4800 abe.
623-2757 or 723-4749

Looking for
A good clean, ready to
go, set of carburetors for
a 2000 (or comparable
,,ear) Yamaha GP800
Waverunner. Please call
864-5745, leave a mes-
sage if no answer.
Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
comparable year) to rob
or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.

7.5 Mercury outboard,
electric start motor; long
shaft excellent condition
$556. 512-5445




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