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Alabama murder suspect nabbed here


By LYNNE HOUGH
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A man wanted in the Sunday
night shooting death of a Foley
man has been arrested in Milton.
Santa Rosa Sheriff's officials
say they got involved, along with
the U.S. Marshal's Service
Violent Fugitive Task Force, when
Foley authorities sent address
information late Monday night.


Officials say Labarron Donte
McDonald, 26, was taken into
custody without incident after
local law enforcement was noti-
fied of a possible location.
The arrest stems from a mur-
der reported in Foley, Alabama
Sunday according to the Baldwin
County Sheriff's Office.
Officials say Marlon Phipps
was shot and killed near 8th and


5th Ave. in Foley, just a few hous-
es from where he was staying.
The thirty-three year old vic-
tim was killed in the street. He is
the second person to be murdered
in Foley this year.
Members of the Violent
Fugitive Task Force and the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's SWAT team con-
ducted surveillance on the apart-


ment.
The information provided by
the Foley Police Department
proved correct.
Officials say. McDonald was
arrested at an apartment at 6476
Willow Tree Apartments. The
man stepped outside into the
hands of law enforcement offi-
cials.
A Sheriff's spokesman says


McDonald was "rapidly" taken
into custody.
McDonald was arrested as a
fugitive from justice. Baldwin
County officials say a warrant was
issued for his arrest on the capital
murder charge. The man was
taken to the Santa Rosa County
jail. Extradition details are being
worked out, according to officials.


Pace returns victorious


Pace Softball Coach Susan Williams lifts high the Class 5-A Trophy brought home by her Patriot
team. The Lady Patriots defeated West Boca Raton, 1-0, Saturday in Plant City, Florida. This title is
the 10th such honor garnered in the school's 33 year history. Meanwhile, on the boys' side, Pace is
looking to defend its Class 5-A baseball title in Sarasota. That game gets underway today. It's been
a good week all around for Santa Rosa teams. In the northern end of the county, the Jay Royals will,
today, battle it out with Montverde in Sarasota for a chance to advance to the Class 2-A baseball
finals. If the Royals come out on top, the youngsters will miss their graduation ceremonies as they
play for the state title.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin.


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.comn
It might have taken more
than one try for Pace to
advance past the softball
semi-finals, but when they
did, it took only one time to
win the state championship.
Monday afternoon, near-
ly 2,000 turned out at Pace
High School to welcome
home the Pace Lady Patriots:
the Class 5A FHSAA soft-
ball champions.
Pace, which has visited
the state finals three of the
last five years, brought home
the gold with a 1-0 win over
West Boca Raton Saturday
in Plant City, Fla.
This particular state
crown is the 10th in the
school's 33-year history.
"Winning is one thing,
but being a champion is
another," says Pace Principal
Frank Lay, who captured a
track and field title back in
1981 at Pace. "We are just so
proud. Playing softball is
important," he told the play-
ers, "but the way you won is
what really matters and how
you performed."
After the Lady Patriots
arrived at the school, Lay
had high praise for the soft-
ball team.
"You did your talking at
the plate and on the field of
competition," said Lay. "For
that, you will spend your
lifetime as champions.
"At times, I am sure it
was an emotional roller
coaster, but in the end, the
result was very rewarding."
So what is the secret to
the school's athletic success?
"Any championship
team in any sport starts with
good kids," says Pace
Athletic Director Robert
Freeman. "And you can't
expect the students to have
any more passion than you
have as a coach.
"It also doesn't hurt to be
a little bit lucky or a combi-
nation of both."
For Pace, which has its
graduation slated for
Saturday, it will be a hectic
week-especially for Lay
and Freeman.
Both will be flying out
Wednesday to watch the
See PACE, Page 5A.


High school seniors


preparing

By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
Graduation week is here,
and seniors are saying goodbye
to teachers and friends.
Gulf Breeze High School
graduation is today at the
Pensacola Civic Center at 5
p.m.
Navarre High School gradu-
ation is today at the Pensacola
Civic Center at 8 p.m.
Jay graduates tomorrow at
Jay High School new gymnasi-
um at 6 p.m.
Milton High's graduation is
tomorrow at the Milton High
School stadium at 8 p.m. .In the
event of rain, graduation will be
held in the gymnasium.
Three seniors from Milton
look back on their four years
and reflect on the future.
"I am excited. I know I'm
going to miss my old high
school. Most of my good
friends are staying here. I
wouldn't say it's been easy, I've
had my work cut out for me,"
says Lindsey Ford. "One thing I
most liked about high school
was cheering, I cheered all four
years."


for future

Both Ford and Austin
Owens remember going down
to south Florida to support their
school. "One of the biggest
memories I have is traveling
down to Lakeland with the bas-
ketball team for the state cham-
pionship. The people on the
court are the people you talk to
everyday," says Owens. Ford
also recalls homecoming week
being memorable and decorat-
ing the football locker before
every game.
T.J. Johnson says being on
the football team was a great
memory. "Playing football all
four years, that was great. It
takes hard work and dedication
to go through the program." He
also recalls one of the greatest
highlights he had while on the
team. "Playing Escambia this
paj. year, I had a really great hit
and made a guy fumble. I'll
never forget that play for the
rest of my life."
"I really enjoyed high
school, if I could say one thing
that was bad would be the cafe-
teria food, I got tired of eating
chicken baskets," says Johnson.
See GRADS, Page 4A.


Who is Lifeguard?

A look at area's new EMS provider


By LYNNE HOUGH
though @ sr-pressgazette.corn
LifeGuard Ambulance won
the bid last week to provide
Emercency Medical Services to
Santa Rosa County.
As it stands, the transition
will be complete on Oct. 1. So
what exactly does that mean for
Santa Rosa residents?
According to Lifeguard's
Regional Director, Chris
Rucker, the transition will, liter-
ally, occur in the middle of the
night, while most citizens are
sleeping.
Until then, Rucker says
Lifeguard plans to do nothing
that will disturb the existing
operations of Rural/Metro
Ambulance, Santa Rosa's cur-
rent provider. Acquiring staff
from Rural/Metro's employee
pool is anticipated-and wel-
comed-by both parties.
"We do want to pre-hire and
when the date comes, switch
over with no disruption in the
current service," Rucker adds.
Lifeguard will be hiring


paramedics, EMTs, a fleet
mechanic, a.field training offi-
cer, a supervisor, and a quality
improvement, community edu-
cation person.
On its website, Lifeguard
has a section entitled, "Santa
Rosa County bid." In this sec-
tion, the company representa-
tives state, "Lifeguard's first
concern is to make sure consis-
tent EMS service is provided to
the community throughout this
transition. We do not wish to
take away current service
staffing until the transition date.
What we do want is to begin
selecting the best additional
EMS people to serve this new
contract."
Negotiations have already
begun with the County. Rucker
says the first meeting occurred
Monday between LifeGuard
and County Attorney Tom
Dannheisser. When questioned
about financial concerns over
whether or not revenues will
support costs in Santa Rosa,
See LIFEGUARD, Pg. 4A.


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May is full of military appreciation celebrations


May has been designated by Congress as National
Military Appreciation Month.
All over Santa Rosa County, people are taking
advantage of the opportunity to honor Americans who
have given their lives in defense of the Nation's freedom
as well as service members now serving.
While America's armed services are appreciated
every day, Santa Rosa County officials say this month is
-the perfect time, "To show recognition and appreciation
to those on active duty in all branches of the services,
the National Guard and Reserves, retirees, Veterans and
their families."
Officials say May is an "ideal time" to honor ser-
vicemen and women. Recognitions which have already
occurred during the month include: Loyalty Day on
May 1, VE Day on May 8, and Military Spouse
Appreciation Day on May 11.


Coming up later this month: Armed Forces Day on
May 19; L3 Communications sponsor
Whiting/Training Air Wing 5 Night at Pelican Park on
May 23;
May 25 at 7:30 a.m.-the Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce Military Appreciation
Breakfast, Wings Club; NASWF @ 7:15 a.m.
Sponsored by Armor Records Mgmt. Call 623-2339 for
information; and
The Navarre Chamber of Commerce monthly
breakfast, hosted at the Hurlburt Field Soundside Club,
will include a program honoring the military-spon-
sored by the Navarre Military Affairs Council.
On May 28, there will be a Memorial Day Picnic at
South Riverwalk in downtown Milton. The event will be
held from noon to 4 p.m. with a free picnic provided for
all active duty military, National Guard, reserves and


their families.
Also on Memorial Day, from noon to 4 p.m., a
Military Advisory Committee-sponsored military
appreciation picnic will follow the VFW's annual
Memorial Service in Navarre Park.
In the past, Santa Rosa saluted the military during
the month of November, but this year opted to move the
celebration to May to better match celebatory events in
other communities across the United States.
For more information on how the public can partic-
ipate and show appreciation, contact the Santa Rosa
Chamber of Commerce at (9500 623-2339.
For information on how other communities across
the nation are celebrating, visit the national website at
www.nmnam.ors.
Officials also encourage residents to visit the
Veterans Memorial Plaza during the month of May.


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SPEAK


OUT


Sunday, 6:52 p.m.
My name is Terry. In
response to the caller in
Saturday's paper regarding the
bus driver that flipped his bus in
Navarre. The caller asked if he
is a member of a union and the
caller stated that his/her strong
union would not represent him.
Evidently, you don't know
much about unions. If you are a
member of a union or a bar-
gaining agent in the State of
Florida, you have a right to rep-
resentation. It is not the job of
the union to pass judgment, but
to get to the bottom of the situ-
ation at hand and go from there.
If you read the paper or have
watched the local news in the
last three or four years, you
would know that the ATU has
made great accomplishments.
Thank you.

Sunday, 12:45 p.m.
My name is Barbara. I
would like to address this to all
the people who smoke and
drive. Please don't throw your
burning cigarette butts outside
the window of your car as you
drive. It could catch the grass
on fire. Carry a can of soda with
water in it with you or use your
ashtray to put them out in.
Thank you for not causing a
fire.

Saturday, 9:05 p.m.
Hi, my name is Rose and I
was just calling to agree with
Paul in Saturday's paper. There
are times when I search line-by-
line in the advertisement center
looking in the classified for a
name and there is no name in
the classified section. Either
you are hiding it in the middle
of an ad that could be anything
or it just isn't there.
Editor's Note: For exam-
ple, in Saturday's paper, the
name (Delmas E. Nelson) was
on the right-hand column
under category 916 (Sport
Utility Vehicles.) The name
was even in bold and in a type
size larger than the surround-
ing type. Mr. Nelson found his
name and has collected his $5.
Keep looking, those names
ARE in there.

Via www.srpressgazette.com
I hope you can help me.
I've been trying to find out the
salary of our county commis-
sioners. I've ask my commis-
sioner, but he doesn't answer
my e-mail.
Editor's Note: Clerk of
Court, Property Appraiser, Tax
Collector and School Superin-
tendent make $112,375.
Commissioners make $53,421.

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


Obituaries


Bright,
Wayne Parrish
1944-2007
Wayne Parrish Bright went
home to be with the Lord on
May 4, 2007, after suffering a
long-term illness.
Wayne was a member of
Bagdad UMC. He was a current
resident of Milton, FL and a for-
mer resident of Birmingham,
AL although he was raised in
Ozark, AL.
He worked hard as a roofer
and sheet metal worker for 35
years. He was a loving husband,
father, grandfather and friend.
He loved spending time with his
family and friends.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, three brothers,
two sisters and one stepson.
Survivors include his wife
of 17 years-Bobbie Jean; five
daughters, LaKeisha (Joey)
'Wells of Perry, GA, Stephanie
(Jimmy) Belcher of Dora, AL,
Rhonda (Michael) Whitehead of
Springville, AL, Monica
(Jaime) Chutz of Morris, AL
and Crystal (Jason) Bridges of
Bremen, AL; one stepson-
William "Bill" Munson of
Jacksonville, NC; three sis-
ters-Trecy Caraway Boswell,
Shirley Woodham, Mignonette
Woodham, all of Ozark, AL;
five brothers-Glenn of Dothan,
AL, David of Ozark, 'AL,
Johnny of Birmingham, AL,
Bobby of Montgomery, AL and
Alvin of Maryland; eleven
grandchildren; three great-
grandchildren; his very close
dog friend-Killer; numerous
nieces, nephews, and other fam-
ily members and lots of friends.
His beautiful blue eyes,
smile and sense of humor will
be greatly missed, but never for-
gotten. He gave a lot of happy
memories that we all will treas-
ure forever.
Active pallbearers are
Mitchell Woodham, Ricky
Bright, Eddie Williams, Mark
Farmer, Dewayne Stanford and
Harry Millnor.
Honorary pallbearers are
Lloyd Jackson, James Logan,
Terry Sowell, Chris Woodham,
Raymond Hobson, Ron Duffy,
Hal Lee .and Harold Leggett.
A memorial service was
conducted at Bagdad United
Methodist Church, Bagdad, FL
at 11:00 a.m., Monday, May 14,
2007. The family would like to
thank the Milton Hospice team
and the Inpatient Hospice staff
at West Florida Hospital for
their most compassionate care.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to
Bagdad United Methodist
Church Building Fund, 4540
Forsyth St., Bagdad, FL 32530
or Covenant Hospice Inpatient
and Palliative Care Center, 8383
North Davis Highway,
Pensacola, FL 32514.
Trahan Family Funeral
Home of Pensacola, FL is in
charge of arrangements.

Hodgson, Sr.,
Donald Nelson
1921 - 2007
Donald Nelson Hodgson,
Sr., age 86, was born in
Scranton, Pennsylvania May 10,
1921 and joined his Heavenly
Father Thursday, May 10, 2007.
After serving in the Armed
Forces as a Medic in World War
II, Mr. Hodgson became
employed with American
Cyanamid in Boundbrook, NJ.
Mr. Hodgson moved his family
to Milton, Florida in 1957. He
was employed with American
Cyanamid, in Pace, FL, and
retired with forty-seven years of


service. As Mr. Hodgson and his
family made Milton their home,
he quickly became involved in
the community. May 29, 1959
the Hodgson family joined First
Presbyterian Church where he
served as an Elder and
Scoutmaster for Troop 23. He
went on to coach little League
Baseball from 1959-1961. Mr.
Hodgson was a member of the
Masonic Lodge #16 F & AM
Milton, Florida for over forty
years and became active as a
"Chapter Dad" for the Order of
DeMolay. Mr. Hodgson is pre-
ceded in death by his wife of 42
years, Margaret Ann Hodgson,
and his brother, Peter T.
Hodgson.
He leaves to cherish his
memory, his loving wife of sev-
enteen years-Geraldine
"Jerry" Hodgson; four sons-
Donald Nelson (Rhea Dell)
Hodgson Jr., Thomas E. (Lynn)
Hodgson, Sr., William R.
Hodgson, Richard T. Hodgson;
one daughter-June (Jeff
"Sonny") Ates; one step-daugh-
ter-Suzanne Marsh; one step-
son-Ray(Linda) Marsh; seven
grandchildren-Tammie
(Shane) Robinson, Donald
Nelson "Trey"(Katie) Hodgson,
III, Thomas E. "T.J." Hodgson,
Jr., Cody Hodgson, Jeff (Amy)
Ates, Jayme (Bryan) Minchew,
Jodi (Mike) Sears; three step-
grandchildren-Naomi Marsh,
Ronald Randolph and Robert
Randolph; and three great-
grandchildren.
A celebration of life was at
11 a.m., Tuesday, May 15, 2007
at First Presbyterian Church
with Rev. Joan Wooten officiat-
ing. Burial followed in Serenity
Gardens with Masonic service..
Lewis Funeral Home will be
directing. Visitation was from 6
to 8 p.m., Monday, May 14,
2007, at Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel.
Active pallbearers were
Shane Robinson, Jeff Ates,
Mike Sears, Bryan Minchew,
Trey Hodgson, Cody Hodgson
and T.J. Hodgson.
Honorary pallbearers were
Fred Robinson, Terry
Neusteadter, Wilburn Christian,
Claude Davis, Harvey Brayard,
Mac McLaughlin, Ken Vaughn,
Jimmy Stewart, Al Jenkins,
Ralph Pringle, and Pat Hamlin.

Reddick, Leslie
Timothy "Red Dog"
1943-2007
Leslie Timothy "Red Dog"
Reddick, age 63, of Milton,
Florida passed away
Wednesday, May 9, 2007, at his
residence.
Tim was born on June 7,
1943 in Florala, Alabama. He
was a Navy Veteran of 11 years
and was a member of the DAV
Chapter 125. His father. Henry
Leslie Reddick precedes Tim in
death. Survivors include his
beloved wife of 32 years-Jane
Reddick; his mother-Mary C.
Reddick; his children-Tina
Powell (Paul), Jeff Yates (Fran),
Quinn Yates (Nikki), Shana
Jordan (David), Robert Yates
(Buffy), Suzanne Brown (John);
his grandchildren-John Brown
III, Monica Winchester, Alisa
Goodale (Chris), Chris Hinton,
Kayla Snyder, Kayla Park,
Angel Jordan, Tyler Yates, Mac
Park, Jacob Yates; and great
grandkids.
Also surviving are two sis-
ters-Sue Price and Debbie
Colley; brother-Dan Reddick
(Marilyn); mother-in-law-
Lorene Church; brother-in-
laws-Tim Karr, Jr. Karr, and
Louis Church (Stephanie); sis-
ter-in-law-Tina Gary (Brian);'


very special friends Anita and
Smiley Johnson and countless
CB friends of channel 31. Tim
will be remembered as a loving
husband, father and grandfather
who loved to fish and loved his
dog Sadie. Tim will be missed
by everyone who loved and
knew him. We love you.
Funeral services were 3
p.m., Friday, May 11, 2007 at
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel with Rev. James
Blackmon officiating. Visitation
was at 2 p.m., Friday, May 11,
2007 at Lewis Funeral Home.
Lewis Funeral Home directed.

Musser,
Theresa Kay
1956-2007
Theresa Kay Musser, age
51, died Sunday, May 6, 2007.
Mrs. Musser was a native
and lifelong resident of
Northwest Florida. In the words
of her family she was a loving
daughter, mother, sister, grand-
mother and friend.
She is survived by her par-
ents-Robert and Margaret
Bailey; sons-Donald
Ridgedell and Cory Musser;
daughter-Angela Hornbeck;
brothers-Burt Hurst and
Robert Bailey; sisters-Cathey
Ranch, Grace Bailey, and Kim
Plank; grandchildren-Taylor,
Colby, Lauryn and Kaylee.
Funeral services were
Friday, May 11, 2007 at the
Lewis Funeral Home, Navarre
Chapel, 7794 Navarre Parkway,
Navarre.
Visitation was from 11 a.m.
until service begins at noon.
Burial will follow in the Harper
Cemetery. Lewis Funeral Home
Navarre Chapel is directing.

Stokes,
Barbara J.
1942-2007
Barbara J. Stokes, age 64, of
Pace, passed away Sunday, May
6, 2007. Bobbie was born on
December 6, 1942, - in.
Crestview, FL and grew up in
Munson, FL. She lived in Pace
most of her adult life. Bobbie
enjoyed working with children
and was employed at Wee Learn
Center at First Baptist Church
and Tender Heart Learning
Center at Avalon Baptist
Church. Her unwavering com-
passion warmed those that were
in her presence. She was a self-
less, outgoing woman who
loyed God and her family.
Bobbie had a love of the out-
doors, especially fishing and
gardening, clogging, line danc-
ing, singing, and Elvis Presley
was among her favorite things.
She most loved spending time
with her family and two dogs,
Priscilla and Chloe, and 'her cats
Lucky and Cally.
Mrs. Stokes is survived by
her husband, Lloyd R. Stokes;
sons, Lowell R. Stokes and
Timothy R. Stokes; her daugh-
ter, Pamela (Michael) Kirkland;
grandchildren, Jennie Dowling,
Adam (Amber) Dowling,
Kristen Stokes, Tara Morrow;
Derek Williams, Christopher
Heironimus, and Jacob
Heironimus; great-grandchild,
Carley Dowling; her brothers,
Paul (Dorothy) Yates, Lenny
Yates, and Buddy Yates; her sis-
ters, Loretta (Steve) Maloy,
Janet (Nicky) Walker, Phyllis
(Ricky) Jernigan, Tammy
Cabaniss, Francine (Jesse)
Brown, and Cheryl Yates; and
numerous other relatives and
friends.
Funeral service for Mrs.
Stokes was 2 p.m., Thursday,
May 10, 2007, at Pleasant


Home Baptist Church with Rev.
Mark Oaks, Rev. Alton Nixon,
and Rev. Gary Laird officiating.
Burial will follow in Pleasant
Home Baptist Church Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. Visitation was from 6
to 8 p.m., Wednesday, May 9,
2007, at Pleasant Home Baptist
Church.
Active pallbearers were
Ronnie Gilmore, Wade Gillis,
Steven Dowling, Wayne Wade,
Clifford Parker, -and Noel
Arnold.
Honorary pallbearers were
Jim McDonald, Norman Riley,
Billy Parker, Don Heironimus,
Travis Hutchins, Annie Painter,
Neil Thrasher, Dorothy White,
Pam Hill, Ann Richardson, Judy
Parker, Joy McDonald, Thelma
Garrett, Pat Richardson, Deloris
Whatley, Vena Arnold, Venice
Arnold and many more friends
and relatives.
Lewis Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
"We will always love and
miss our Mother and wish her
'Happy Mother's Day'."

Mahler,
Nancy
1931-2007
Nancy Mahler, age 76, of
Pace, FL, passed away May 8,
2007. Nancy moved here in
1974 from Venice, FL. She
enjoyed being active in the Fun
Bunch of Milton, being a Mary
Kay representative, and making
arts and crafts for shows.
Her parents,,and a grand-
daughter-Virginia Dawn
Cody, preceded her in death.
She is survived by her hus-
band-Robert Mahler; her
son-William "Bill" Mahler,
daughters Nancy Kern and
Cheryl Cody, sister-Lois
Tresch, 6 grandchildren, and 9
great-grandchildren.
A gathering of family and
friends took -place on Friday,
May 11, 2007 at her home. In
lieu of flowers, the family
requests live plants to put in her
garden.
Arrangements made by
Donnie Sowell Funeral Home.

Gilbert,
Billy Andrew
1937-2007
Billy Andrew Gilbert, age
69, passed away Tuesday, May
8, 2007, at a local hospital.
Mr. Gilbert -was a native of
Mississippi, and had resided in
Milton the past 50 years. He
was employed as the meat mar-
ket manager of the Milton
Piggly Wiggly Store for 30
years. He was an avid fan of dog
racing and loved the outdoors.
Mr. Gilbert is survived by
his wife of 41 years-Evelyn
Gilbert, of Milton; his two
daughters-Judith Cottrell and
Stephanie (Allen Scott)
Patterson, both of Milton; four
grandchildren; and his four sis-
ters-Mary Grayson, of
Quitman, MS, Barbara (Charlie
Jr.) Cox, of Gilbertown, AL,
Dorothy Allen, of Quitman, MS,
and Doris Elizabeth (Roy)
Turner, of Butler, AL.
*Funeral services for Mr.
Gilbert were 11 a.m., Friday,
May 11, 2007 at Lewis Funeral
Home Milton Chapel with Rev.
Charlie Elliott officiating.
Burial followed in Serenity
Gardens with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Visitation was
from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, May
10, 2007 at Lewis Funeral
Home.


Thach,
Nathan William
1977-2007
Nathan William Thach, age
29, passed away Monday, May.
7, 2007 at a local care facility:
Nathan was a great lover of rep.
tiles. He enjoyed raising
pythons, frogs, lizards, his turtle'
farm and had numerous aquari-
ums. He also enjoyed playing
soccer, and played the forward,
position.
Nathan is preceded in death
by his father, Steven William-.
Thach.
Nathan is survived by his
mother and step-father, Rema.
and Paul Saba; his three chil-.
dren, Ashton Thach, Aiden
Thach, and Bradley Thach; his,
brothers, Heath Thach, Austinr
Oldfield; uncles Brad Thach and-'
Barry Norris; aunt, Rhonda'
(Tommy) Thompson; cousins,'
Shannon (Heather) Norris andl
Kellie Thompson; grandparents,'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norris;'
grandmother, Carol Cross; step-'
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs-.
Michael Saba; his good friend;,
Lindsey Rease; and numerous'
other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were at 2
p.m., Wednesday, May 9, 2007.
at St. Rose of Lima Church with-;
Father Dennis O'Brien officiat-:
ing. Visitation was from 6 to 8,'
p.m., Tuesday, May 8, 2007, at-
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel. ,.
The family would like to,
send a special thank you to his
good friend Jennifer for her lov,-
ing and thoughtful care to'
Nathan during this time.
Lewis Funeral Home was:,
in charge of arrangements

Booker,
Dena Criswell
1908-2007
Dena Criswell Booker, age.
98, had her heavenly reunion on
Wednesday, May 2, 2007. She
was born July 4, 1908, in:
Escambia County, FL and
resided in the Pace/Pensacola
area for most of her life before
moving to Winter Haven, FL in
1990. Dena returned "home" to
Pace in June 2006. As a preach-:
er's wife, she dedicated her life
to sharing her faith and love ,for-.
her Savior.
Dena was preceded in.death-
by her parents and siblings, her
husband Newton Booker, son
Bodie Grimsley, and daughter,
Ruby Whiddon. She is survived.
by numerous loving extended-
family members.
Funeral services were 11"
a.m., Saturday May 5, 2007 al.,
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel with Rev. Joel Johnson,
and Rev. Joseph Rogers officiat-'
ing.

Lovett,
Jenna Lynn
Jenna Lynn Lovett, age 26,"
of Berrydale, passed away on',
Saturday, May 5, 2007.
Jenna was born in Shelby"
County, Tennessee, and had'
resided in the Santa Rosa'
County area since 1987. She is'
preceded in death by grandpar-,
ents-Ivey and Oree Lovett.
Jenna is survived by her'
parents-Adon and Cathie
Lovett of Berrydale; one son-
Joshua Lovett and one daugh-
ter-Jaylen Lovett, both of'
Berrydale; two brothers-'
Duane Lovett of Canoe',;
Alabama, and Michael Lovett of
Berrydale; grandparents-'
Delores Flores of Milton and'-
Pete Flores of Milton
Funeral Services were held'
at 3 p.m., Thursday, May 10.


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Sheriff's Report
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Apr. 20 to Apr 29. 2007
Ferguson, Jeffrey Allen;
Male; 29; 4850 East Lake Rd,
Milton; DUI. 4/21/07
Galvan, Joe Luis; Male;
21; 10929 Bridge Creek Dr,
Pensacola; DUI and Damage
Property. 4/21/07
Graham, Amber Nicole;
Female; 25; 4260 Hwy 90,
Pace; DUI. 4/20/07
Richards, Phillip Glynn;
Male; 40; 6637 Magnolia St.,
Milton; DUI. 4/19/07
Medina, Hugo Rivero;
Male; 23; 6611 B Grace St,
Milton; DUI. 4/?/07
Adams, Dustin Chase;
Male; 22; 6201 Foxglove Rd,
Milton; DUI, 4/?/07
Brown, Wade Dilline;
Male; 42; 212 Cushman St,
Pensacola; Failure to appear for
Felony Offense. 4/20/07
Clary. Joseph Huey; Male;
51; 3960 University St, Pace;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Larc-Petit
1st Off (6 cts.), Forgery of Alter
Bank Bill Note Check Draft (2
cts.), Fraud-Utter False Bank
Bill Note Check Draft (4 cts.).
4/22/07
Couvillion Jr., Warren J;
Male; 45; 122 Jamestown Ave,
Ft. Walton Beach; Fraud-Utter
False Instrument, Forgery of
Make Alter Prescription 1st
Offense. 4/20/07
Haynes, Jason Clepper;
Male; 29; 6831 Saturn Dr.,
Wilmer, AL; Battery on Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense (3
cts.) 4/20/07
Holt, Gary Lamar; Male;
36; 5173 Victoria Dr., Milton;
Fraud-Imperson-Use ID
. Another W/O Consent 50K Dol
or More. 4/21/07
Hunter, George Richard;
Male; 47; 5721 North Century
Blvd, Century; Robbery With
Weapon, Robbery With
Firearm. 4/20/07
Lay, Christopher Keith;
Male; 30; 5595 Birch St,
Milton; Burgl of Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt or Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $500, Fraud-Illegal
Use Credit Cards to Obtain
Goods Under $300 (6 cts.),
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription (2 cts.), Fraud-
Obtain Controlled Substance
By, Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams Less
30 KG Other Cntrl Subst,
Narcotic Equip-Possess and Or
Use. (4/20/07)
Lay, William Adam; Male;
23; 6085 Carroll Rd, Milton;
Burgl of Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt or Batt, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000, Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams
Less 30 KG Other Cntrl
Substance. 4/20/07
Perritt, Christopher Ryan;
Male; 21; 4629 Old Guernsey
Rd, Pace; Battery-Touch or
Strike, Aggrav Battery Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability,
Robbery No Firearm or
Weapon, Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence.
4/21/07
Rivers. Carl James; Male;
38; 4716 Chumuckla Hwy,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/20/07
Sandlin, Ashley Garland;
Male; 38; Lawrence Co
Jail(Absconded) Moulton, AL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/20/07
Shakespeare, William
Michael; Male; 46; 6768 Alice
St, Milton; Battery-2nd or
Subsequent Off (domestic vio-
lence). 4/21/07
Shields, Jamel Richon;
Male; 18; 5932 Savannah Dr,
Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And or
Use. 4/20/07
Lawson, Megan Ann;
Female; 17; 2357 Hilton Dr.,
Navarre; Crim Misch-Damage
Prop $1,00 or More, Larc-Over
$300 Under $5,000,
Conservation Environment-
Litter 15 pounds to Under 500
Pounds. 4/?/07
Beard, Ernest Wesley;
Male; 43; 2270 Janet St.,
Milton; Burgl-Structure
Conveyance Unarmed


W/Person Inside, Larc-Over
$300 Under $5,000. 4/?/07
Daughter, Bradley
Darrell; Male; 24; 1330 Miracle
Strip Pkwy SE, Ft. Walton
Beach; DUI. 4/6/07
Mitchell, Melvin Nicholas;
Male; 28; 411 Lakeview St,
Mary Esther; Possess
Marijuana Over 20 Grams,
Marijuana-Distrib Schedule I or


II 1st Violation, Narcotic Equip
- Possess And or Use. 4/23/07
Reynolds, Louis J; Male:
44; 813 N Spring Street,
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense.
oJones, Dana Ray; Jr., Male;
14; 4040 Hwy 4, Jay; Damage
Prop-Crim Mischief $1,000 or
More, Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside. 4/?/07
Fountain, Bernadette
Eileen; Female; 27; 2180
Jeannnie St, Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/24/07
Johnson, Sr., Sylvester;
Male; 43; 6019 Julia Dr.,
Milton, FL; Disorder
Intoxication, Disturbing the
Peace-Interfere with School'
Administration Functions,
Possess Cocaine. 4/24/07
Perez, Carlos Andreas;
Male; 23; 8159 Tortuga St,
Navarre; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
4/24/07
Pike, Kenneth Russell;
Male; 19; 105 Topaz,
Pensacola; Aggrav Asslt-
W/Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill. 4/24/07
Horan, Sean Keith; Male;
36; 329 Washington Ave,
Valparaiso, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/?/07
Johnson. Russell Burton;
Male; 34; 197 Fleetwood Dr,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 4/24/07
Fincher, Robert Luther;
Male; 44; 4296 Avenida
DeGolf, Pace; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 4/24/07
Brazwell, Lloyd Henry;
Male; 29; 6812 Roundup Lane,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/25/07
Folse, Daniel Edward;
Male; 38; 1617 Steven Dr., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
to Kill. 4/25/07
Graham, Keoki Raymond;
Male; 20; Ripple Stone Ave,
Las Vegas, NV; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/25/07
Henderson, Lewis Bryan;
Male; 34; 7564 Justin Ln,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/25/077
Hickman, John Garon;
Male; 39; 2408 Gladway Drive,
Crestview; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than $5,000.
4/25/07
King, Christopher Glenn;
Male; 90 Crest Place, Destin;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 4/25/07
Carlone, Joshua Michael;
Male; 18; 4547 Kelly Ln, Gulf
Breeze; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $1,000 or More, Burgl of
Structure Conveyance Unarmed
W/O Person Inside. 4/24/07
Korel, Joshua Erin; Male;
21; 4369 Carlton Dr, Pace;
Weapon Offense-Missile into
Dwelling Veh Building or
Aircraft. 4/25/07
Rigby, Jeremy Austin;
Male; 23; 2111 Creighton


Road, Pensacola; DUI. 4/24/07
Lantz, Justin David; Male;
23; 7208 Majestic Blvd,
Navarre, FL; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Offense. 4/?/05
Lambeth. James Julian;
Male; 3709 Alvin Dr, Pace; Out
of State Fugitive from Justice.
4/26/07
Lapaz, Laura Michelle;
Female; 26; 7904 Birch St,
New Orleans, LA; Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess and or Use. 4/26/07
Single, Catherine Ann;
Female; 42; 3059 Safronia
Shores Rd, Navarre; Neglect
Child-Without Great Harm (2
cts.)
Dean, Robert Michael;
Male; 15; 4075 Hwy 4, Jay;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More (2 cts.), Burgl
of Structure, Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside (3
cts.) 4/26/07
Pate. Andrew Jamisen;
Male; 17; 8549 Laredo St,
Navarre; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $1,000 or More. 4/26/07
Owens, Joshua Lance;
Male; 28; 1927 Ambassador Dr,
Gulf Breeze; DUI. 4/26/07
Toon, Cynthia J; Female;
33; 6436 Hwy. 90, Milton;
DUI. 4/26/07
Fleming, Roger Keith;
Male; 51; 5657 Nichols Lane,
Milton; DUI. 4/26/07
Matheny, Donna Sablan;
Female; 48; 7617 White Sands
Blvd, Navarre Beach; DUI.
4/26/07
Wagner, Jason Anthony;
Male; 21; '2331 Lacy Cir.,
Pensacola; Resist Officer-Flee
Attempt to Elude Law
Enforcement, Drive While Susp
Habitual Offender. 4/26/07
Burdick, Bryan Eric; Male;
39; 6356 Butternut Dr, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/28/07
Chavers, Tisha Salmon;
Female; 40; 611 East Ten Mile
Road, Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/29/07
Fanning, Charles Ellis;
Male; 33; 10542 Hwy. 42,
Philadelphia, MS; Probation
Violation-Felony. 4/29/07
Farley, Tracy Lynn;
Female; 41; 7725 Sowell Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/27/07
Howard, Phillip Lamar;
Male; 44; 6754 Anola Dr,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/27/07
Johnson, John Francis;
Male; 47; 6534 College Dr,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/27/07
Kelley, Lisa Brimhall;
Female; 40; 203 NW 13th
Street, Ft. Lauderdale, FL;
Drive While Lic Suspended 1st
Off, Fraud-Imperson
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd, Fraud-Insuff
Funds Check Make Utter Issue
$150 or Over (2 cts.), Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 4/27/07


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Nguyen. Hung Thanh;
Male: 19; 3122 Auburn Pkway,
Gulf Breeze; Sex Offense-
Victim 12 YOA Up to 15 YOA.
4/27/07
Palmer. Jonathan Shawn;
Male; 32; 4018 Florence St,
Pace; Marijuana-Possess Not
More Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use,
Hallucinogen-Possess W/Int
Sell Mfg or Deliver Sched I, III,
or IV, Drugs-Possess-Possess
Methamphetamine, Drugs-
Possess Schedule II Contrl
Substance. 4/28/07
Pate, Daniel Allen; Male;
48; 8549 Laredo St, Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felony.
4/27/07
Simpson III, Billy Leon;
Male; 24; 2952 Sherwood Dr,
Navarre; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 4/26/07
O'Toole, Dennis Wesley;
Male; 28; 62.1 Buena Vista Dr,
Ft Worth, TX; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
Julio, Anthony William;
Male; 16; 6453 Old Bagdad
Hwy, Milton; Battery-Felony
Batt Result From Bodily
Harm/Disability.

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Families Count gets new digs


By PAMELA HOLT
pholt@srpressgazette.com
The old Southern Bell
building on Elmira Street in
downtown Milton will have
new life. Families Count, a not
for profit organization will soon
move into their new digs, says
Cate Jordan, executive director
for the organization.
The building will hold the
family support team division of
the organization, a home visit-
ing program that acts when a
phone call is made to the abuse
hotline, to keep children with
their families; and the family
place on the square, which
assist families in need of utility
assistance and any other help
families may need.
Jordan says the building is
now remodeled to fit the organ-
izations needs, with new carpet,
tile, cubicles, landscaping and
installed with state-of-the-art
computers.
"We will be an asset to
downtown," says Jordan.
The Families Count pur-
pose, she states, is to help chil-
dren grow both physically and
emotionally by providing fami-


lies with quality services to pre-
vent child abuse and neglect.
"When families can't make
ends meet, and when financial
stress happens, child abuse and
neglect starts," she explains.
Jordan says Families Count
extends help to hold families
together, keeping children safe
with their parents.



Lifeguard

Continued From Page One.
Rucker says Lifeguard
Ambulance is financially sound
and he expects there may be
some rough roads in the begin-
ning.
"We are in a position where
our other operations are in a
positive cash flow," Rucker
notes. "We recognize there may
be a few months, or even a year
(before we see profits). But as it
grows and we find deficiencies,
we will make adjustments."
While details are still being
ironed out, Rucker says he feels
certain the final contract will
contain language to represent
the County's interests. But
exactly when Rural/Metro will
hand over the reins to the new
provider is still up in the air.
Lifeguard was chosen
under a ranking system by com-
missioners last week, two days
after they heard presentations
from four firms interested in
providing EMS to Santa Rosa.
Rural/Metro's current contract
expires tomorrow, but under an
extension with the County,
Rural/Metro is set to continue
operations until Oct. 1.
A monthly payment from
Santa Rosa to Rural/Metro cov-
ers insurance Rural/Metro must
pay to continue operating in
Santa Rosa County beyond the
original contract. Gibson says
revenues absorb the cost while
Rural/Metro is working here.
But when Rural/Metro leaves,
revenues from Santa Rosa will
end with the insurance premi-
um continuing.
Lifeguard presenters told
commissioners last Tuesday
they could be ready to operate
in Santa Rose as quickly as
June 1. Based on that statement,


"We can help parents in cri-
sis with stress relief tactics, and
budgeting help among other
tools," she says.
Families Count served
Santa Rosa County residents
just over $20,000 for rent and
utilities, she says, and the fami-
ly support division has a 93%
success rate in keeping children


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with their parents.
Jordan says Santa Rosa
County is one of the highest
rated counties in the state 'o
Florida for domestic violence.
"There is a direct correla-
tion between domestic violence
and child abuse," she says, "II
needs to be addressed within the
county."


County Administrator Hunter
Walker contacted Rural/
Metro's Group President Bryan
Gibson immediately following
the oral presentations to find
out if Santa Rosa County would
be allowed out of an agreement
with Rural/Metro that will end
up costing the County more
than $250,000.
The response came in the
form of a letter from
Rural/Metro's Attorney J.
Nicholas Arning, Jr., asking for
confirmation of the County's
intention to pay Rural/Metro
the monies promised.
Commissioner Bob Cole
said last Thursday he had infor-
mation Rural/Metro was self-



Grads

Continued From Page One.
What does the future hold
for these seniors? "I am going
to Pensacola Junior College
(PJC) to get my AA and then to
Florida to study pre-law," says
Ford. Owens says he is proba-
bly going to PJC to get his AA,
and then transfer to University
of West Florida to study Marine
Science. He is then going to
take a year off to "just travel."
Johnson is off to Jackson State
to play football and to major in
Physical Therapy.
"It really hit me last night
laying down," says Johnson. "In
a few days, we'll be alumni.
It's a reality check".
Central High School gradu-
ation is on Saturday at Central
High School gymnasium at 5
p.m.
Pace High School gradua-
tion is on Saturday at the Pace
High School stadium at 7 p.m.


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WOMEN of Chapel
at NAS Whiting Field
will have a yard sale
on Saturday; May
19th, 2007 from
8AM to 1PM at
RSVP, Buckskin Dr
& By-Pass 89 (Dog-
wood).
MOVING SALE
Thur 4/17 & Fri. 4/18
8am until ?
4874 Jaimee Lee Dr
Washer/dryer, refig.,
couch, boys clothes
18mths - size 6 and
much more.
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7-3 Friday 18th &
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SALE Thursday &
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6am-?
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Lots of misc. We
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May 18th & 19th
7am-?
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in Pace.
YARD SALE
Sat. May 19th
7am-1pm
4768 Shell Rd.
Behind Gulf Winds
Credit Union.
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8am-1pm Saturday,
May 19th 6149
Redtail Dr.
Table saw, furniture,
speakers and much
more.


insured and was not locked into
the insurance payments.
Walker says the County
asked Gibson late last week foi
clarification of the insurance
terms generating the deficit foi
Rural/Metro.
In the meantime, Ruckex
says Lifeguard is checking out
locations to move its corporate
headquarters from Pensacola :to
Santa Rosa County. He says he
anticipates a central county
location.
Lifeguard currently has 60C
employees, 120 vehicles arid
various aircraft. Operations are
located in Florida, Georgia,
Texas, Louisiana, Alabama and
Tennessee.




In the event of rain, graduation
will be held in the gymnasiuxf
and graduates will be limited tc
four guests attending.
Locklin Technical Centel
graduation was on May 8 and
Santa Rosa Adult School w4s
on May 10.


Joe Bamberg

still critical
By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
Joe Bamberg, best known
for more than 59 years ol
preaching in Santa Rosa
County and most of that time
with First Baptist Church,
remained ill throughout the
weekend according to a Firsl
Baptist spokesman. He has
been in critical condition from
illness.
"Brother Joe," as he is cotm-
monly known to many, is one of
the community's most active
spiritual leaders. He has pas-
tored his church and also hosted
local radio station programs foi
27 years.
Visitors can come between
6 and 8 p.m. to visit.


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of our senior graduation
issue. The special sec-
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It's coming in next
Wednesday's edition of
the Santa Rosa Press
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baseball team defend its state
championship in Sarasota. They
. will have to be back for gradua-
tion practice Friday morning.
"It is going to be a very
,hectic week," says Freeman.
who returned home Sunday
,from Plant City after dealing
. with some transportation
issues.
The biggest smile off the
bus came from Pace Coach
Susan Williams who has led the
Lady Patriots for over 20 years.
"I don't really think it has
'.sunk in yet for the girls," says
Williams with a smile. "I am
:sure it felt pretty good for them
.when they were being present-
ed their medals by Mr. Lay and
'Coach Freeman."
So when did he start to real-
ize they were the state champi-
"ons?
"I think it sunk in when we
'got to school today," says Pace
,senior Kalin Lasseter, who


drove in the winning run in
Saturday's championship game.
Williams' coaching style is
laid back and low key. which is
the way her team likes it.
"After seeing some of the
other coaches, I am glad she
doesn't yell and scream and get
us down," says Pace Catcher
Kirstyn Joiner. "Her coaching
style is a huge benefit."
Williams doesn't feel it is
necessary to yell or, in some
cases, even call a timeout.
"These girls have been in
those situations all year and
they know what to expect," says
Williams. "I expected them to
do what we have worked on and
they did."
So would the three sen-
iors-Lasseter, Lindsey
McLellan and Lauren
Mendoza-like to come back
next season with the 10 juniors
and defend the state title?
"I am glad it happened the
way it did for us," says


Mendoza, who rushed to hug
Kira Orr after the final out.
"Me, Lindsey, and Kalin had
our four years and now it is the
end.
"I have played with these
girls my whole like and it is a
great way to end things."
Lasseter and McLellan also
enjoyed going out on tip.
"This is the best feeling I
have ever had," says Lasseter.
"Words can't describe how I
feel right now."
For McLellan, who won the
State Farm Sportsmanship
Award, she was shocked.
"I didn't know what was
going on when they called my
name out about the award," says
McLellan. "And then to win the
state title; it was the best week-
end of my life."
So what has been the secret
to Williams' success in making
the tournament in 13 of the last
14 years?
"These girls," answers


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The sweet taste of victory...
"Pace Pitcher Katy Neal take a big bite of the cake prepared in celebration of the Lady Patriots' state
championship victory. Neal pitched Friday against Tampa Chamberlain-taking the Patriots to an ulti-
'mate 5-0 win in their first trip to the championship game. She also hit a homerun in the third inning
Friday. Saturday, the Patriots downed West Boca Raton, 1-0, to take the title. More photos and more
information on Sports, page 1C. Also check out www.srpressgazette.com
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



Cherokee Pow Wow starts Friday


,By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
The Echota Cherokee Tribe
-of the Florida Paint Clan pres-
ents the Native American Pow
Wow Friday through Sunday.
The Pow Wow takes place
at 9508 Munson Highway
(Highway 191) in the
Blackwater Forest Area.
Admission is free.
Organizers say everyone is
welcome at this event which
will include native drummers,
dancers, .demonstrations, food,
and native arts and crafts. Hours
of the Pow Wow are Friday 5
p.m.-10 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-


10 p.m.; and Sunday 9 a.m.-5
p.m. A non-perishable food item
is requested but is not mandato-
ry.
"The Echota Cherokee
Tribe in the State of Florida has
been around since 1979, and
this is the first Spring Pow Wow
in the Santa Rosa County area,"
says Betty WhiteFeather, Clan
Chief for the Echota Cherokee
Tribe Paint Clan. "It's a rebirth
time of year, a spring celebra-
tion. It's to honor the Earth and
spiritual awakening." She says
there are hundreds of Cherokees
in Northwest Florida. There are
also several events during the


year, one of which is during the
fall time to honor the harvest.
The Paint Clan of the
Echota Cherokee Tribe is a non-
profit organization established
to promote the welfare, interest,
heritage, tradition, and pride of
the Native American people.
The word "Echota" means "of
many Native American nations
or Tribes" reflective of the many
times which came together to
follow the Cherokee lifestyle,
customs, and beliefs. There are
seven clans within a tribe.
The Paint Clan is comprised
of Healers and Medicine peo-
ple.


School system adopts new calendar


JBy CHRIS MCDONNEL
Icmcdonnell @ srpressgazette., corn
Teachers and parents in
Santa Rosa County may want to
take a look at the 2007-2008
school year calendar.
The upcoming year will
start on August 20 instead of the
more traditional August 2.
"It's a mandate from the
State Legislature... the result of
a bill passed last year," says Bill
Price, Director of High Schools
for Santa Rosa County. "They
did give us a year's advance
notice, so, that helped."
He also believes the change
will be permanent. "As long as
it remains fixed, we'll start
according to those guidelines."
With the new school calen-
dar, most holidays will fall
within the normal dates, with
the three exceptions being fall
break, spring break, and Good
Friday.
Fall break, which was
October 2-6 this calendar year,
will be coupled with
Thanksgiving next year-
November 19-23.
Spring break, which was
March 12-16 this year, will
jump two weeks ahead to


be able to enjoy a slightly
longer summer.
Price says, "In my opinion,
everyone should have ample
time for vacation, they should
be rested and ready to go."


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March 31-April 4.
Good Friday, which was on
March 21 of this year, will be on
April 6 next year.
Officials say the bottom line
to all the change is students will


Williams. "They have dedicated
their lives to softball and hard
work.
"They have the dream of
winning and now they have ful-
filled it: they are the ones
behind the secret."
One word everyone 'talks
about at Pace is commitment.
"Today is a testament to
these girls' commitment to be
the best they can be," says Lay.
"Success is the result of trusting
and believing along with hard
work and energy.
"This whole school has
bought in to that and if one
wins, we all win. Today, there
were 1,900 kids out there who
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',:Wednesday-May 16, 2007












Jim Fletcher, Interim Publisher
Carol Barnes, Office Manager


Viewpoints


Vol. 100, Number 13
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6A Wednesday, May 16, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW


Wait


...is that


against the law?

We seem to be seeing a new trend in Santa Rosa govern-
ments-making laws designed to force people to follow the
law. If that sounds a little bizarre, it is.
Last year, Santa Rosa County Commissioners passed an ordinance
which forbids convicted sexual predators from being in county maintained
parks. Not a bad idea, but these predators are typically forbidden from
being in such locations in the first place.
The disturbing thing about all this is, for a law enforcement officer to
even know a park attendee is there illegally, he or she will need to "run a
check" on those who are present. Let's suppose someone has several
unpaid traffic tickets and suspects the law has a warrant for the unpaid
fines. This person will now want to avoid going to a public park because a
police officer might just stop to ask them for an ID (looking for a sexual
predator) and, in the process, discover their unpaid fines.
While it is easy to argue if they have unpaid fines, they need to take
care of them, we're not so sure it is a good thing for someone with traffic
tickets to suddenly be unable to enjoy the parks and other facilities their
tax dollars have created.
Nevertheless, it is a side effect of the new ordinance.
Milton just recently did the same thing.
Then, last week, the Milton City Council began the process of creating
new ordinances designed to make "rules" in its new skate park "law."
The concept is simple, give law enforcement more tools to enforce
rules which the public is, by and large, ignoring.
It is easy to see why such moves would be attractive, but we find our-
selves wondering why government entities are finding themselves in a
position of needing to pass such laws.
It bespeaks of a larger problem.
We, the public, obviously have a growing disregard for rules adopted
for our own safety. More and more, people are assuming rules and regula-
tions simply don't apply to them.
Most governments now have thousands of laws on the books covering
everything from armed robbery to tossing a gum wrapper on the sidewalk.
God only needed 10 laws. Man, on the other hand, feels a need to leg-
islate everything.
The more laws we have, the greater the likelihood we will turn other-
wise good citizens into outlaws. How many of us have tossed a gum wrap-
per out the window of our vehicle?
Is it "right, good and proper" to do this? Of course not. Should it be a
violation of the law? Well, that raises a wealth of questions.
We've often heard the story of freedom of speech and that such rights
do not cover "shouting 'fire' in a crowded theatre." Do we now need a law
making such an action illegal? What type of punishment is appropriate if
we do?
Milton's skate park was designed to give our youth something to do-
something to keep them off the streets and out of trouble. The end effect
here, however, is a new set of laws they just may find themselves in viola-
tion of.
Where do we place blame for this new trend?
Is it a result of overcrowding? When you put lots of people together, is
there a natural tendency for us to do things which annoy one another?
Or does it go deeper?
Do we blame parents? Are we, as parents, not doing the job of passing
along respect for authority as our parents did? Or is it just easier for offi-
cials to pass a law than to look for the underlying problem?
We're not sure there is an easy answer here, but we're certain the trend
is not good.
Perhaps we need to pass a law to cover the excessive passage of new
laws.


5/1 c


A GUEST VIEWPO



An icon has passed I


By: DONALD KAUL
Special to the Press Gazette
David Halberstam, an iconic figure
to journalists who came of age during
the Vietnam era, died last week. He
was being driven to yet another inter-
view. One car made a turn, another car
didn't, they collided and he was dead.
The irony of so prosaic a death to one
who had covered wars, riots and revo-
lutions through-
Sout the world
.10 would not have
S been lost on him.
. .- ' 1 Halberstam
Swas one of those
people who not
only looked like a
Big Deal and
sounded like a
Big Deal (his
voice seemed as
DONALD though it were on
KAUL loan from God);
he was a Big
Deal. He was a key member of that
small cohort of reporters who in the
1960s and '70s redefined war corre-
spondence for the American public.
Until Vietnam, war correspondents
were considered by government and
public alike to be part of the war
effort. They could report--and much
good work was done in the World
Wars and Korea--but criticism of the
military, much less questioning the
premise for the war, was considered
unpatriotic.
Halberstam and his colleagues,
Neil Sheehan and Malcolm Browne,
broke the trail on a new kind of war
reporting. Lacking inside sources or


access to "high ranking officials," they
went into the bush with troops to get
the story firsthand. They soon found
that the "information" the government
was putting out--numbers of enemy
killed, friendly troops trained--was
largely fictitious; that our allies were
hopelessly corrupt and inept and that
instead of making steady progress in
the war, we were steadily losing it.
President John F. Kennedy,
enraged by Halberstam's early report-
ing, sought to have him reassigned.
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, the publisher
of "The New York Times," not only
refused but also canceled the reporter's
scheduled vacation to make sure his
sudden disappearance from the paper
would not be misinterpreted. (It's sto-
ries like that that make you proud to
be a "Times" reader.)
Halberstam went on to win a
Pulitzer Prize (shared with Sheehan)
for his Vietnam coverage and to a
hugely successful career as a writer of
big, important books, on war, business
and baseball, among other things.
But those of us who first met him
as a young war correspondent standing
up to the Pentagon's propaganda
machine will always think of him in
that role.
It was perhaps appropriate that in
the week he died, Bill Moyers aired a
documentary, "Buying the War," that
underlined the lack of Halberstams out
there today.
Sad to say, the war in Iraq was
sold to us not merely by a duplicitous
government but by a willing, enthusi-
astic and lazy press.
Wait. That's unfair. There are


INT



from us
dozens of fine reporters in Iraq doing
heroic work under trying circum-
stances, but they lack the platform
Halberstam had. There is no "New
York Times" anymore, not really.
We get our news from television
these days. Both network and cable
television vied with each other to see
who could be most "patriotic"--that
is to say, jingoistic--in its coverage
of the Iraq invasion. Fox News won,
by the way, thereby ballooning its
viewership.
Phil Donahue, who had a talk
show on MSNBC, tried to let a few
war skeptics enter into the debate. Hi''
show was canceled 22 days before the
invasion.
"Donahue represents a difficult
public face for NBC in a time of war,"
a network memo said.
Cheerleaders, those are the proper
network faces in time of war.
Here's what Halberstam had to
say about Iraq in January:
"I just never thought it was going
to work at all. I thought that in both
Vietnam and Iraq, we were going
against history. My view--and I
think it was because of Vietnam-
was that the forces against us were
going to be hostile, that we would not'
be viewed as liberators. We were
going to punch our fist into the largetgi
hornet's nest in the world."
Now he's dead. It's a rotten time
to have so rare and valuable a voice
stilled.
Don Kaul is a two-time Pulitz�i"
Prize-losing Washington correspon.
dent who, by his own account, is righ.
more than he's wrong.


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Hurricane Watch Center
gets shortchanged

FM: JIM HIGHTOWER
9II Dear Editor:

With Iraq, Hurricane Katrina, and
the Walter Reed hospital scandal-
maybe you thought that the incompe-
tence of the White House had bottomed
out.
But...here comes another embar-
rassment bubbling to the surface.
While the president keeps popping
back to New Orleans for political photo
ops showing him posing with Katrina
-victims, he hasn't mentioned that his
our views budget whackers have been steadily
-or ANY shortchanging the National Hurricane
zette read- Center on the money it needs to do its
t, too. job-which is to give us as accurate a
LETTERS picture as possible of when and where a
va Street, Big One will hit our people.
850) 623- Indeed, the Center's new director
says that our nation's hurricane protec-
or content tion program is now underfunded by
�or a letter "hundreds of millions of dollars."
sign your He also warns of another funding
)ur phone failure that could result in disaster dur-
nay phone ing this year's hurricane season.
The Center's QuikSCAT satellite-


crucial to providing accurate, up-to-
the-minute forecasts of a storm's inten-
sity and where it's headed-is about to
go on the fritz.
He says that the satellite could fail
"at any moment."
The budget gurus had to know that
QuikSCAT went up in 1999 with an
expected lifespan of five years, so it's
already overdue to be replaced.
Yet, even after Katrina in 2005, Mr.
Bush's budgeteers have failed to plan
for its replacement.
Apparently, the plan is for everyone
in a hurricane zone to cross their fingers
and pray. Call it "faith-based" emer-
gency preparedness.
The failure to prepare can't be a
matter of money. Yes, it'll cost about
$400 million to replace QuikSCAT, but
the Pentagon blows that amount every
two days in Iraq.
Plus the President wants to spend at
least S170 billion to send astronauts to
Mars-shouldn't he put a pittance of
that into protecting people here on earth
first?
What we have here is another
example of incompetence and callous-
ness. Maybe if a Category 5 storm
threatened Washington, we'd get our
satellite.


Thanks to the community
for all the help with Relay

FM: LEANN McCOMBS
Dear Editor:

On behalf of the Gulf Coast Unit of
the American Cancer Society, We
would like to thank the Milton commu-
nity for making the 2007 Milton Relay
for Life the best one ever.
The Relay for Life was held on
April 27 and 28.
A heartfelt thanks goes out to our
honorary chairs, Mrs. Nellie Johnson
and Stephen Mathews, who are proof
positive that the battle can actually be
won.
To the Milton campus of Pensacola
Junior College, we say thanks. Your
hospitality and support each year in host-
ing this annual event is greatly appreci-
ated.
This year, the Milton Relay for Life
event raised over $232,000 for the
American Cancer Society's patient
services, research, education and advo-
cacy program.
This could not have been achieved
without the support of all area business-
es which supported the event with their


sponsorships.
We thank all of the teams, the par-,
ticipants, the volunteers, the entertain;,
ers and all the committee members whc
worked so hard to make this such a suc,-
cessful event this year.
We have always believed that Relay
for Life is "about being a community
that takes up the fight" and this commu-
nity has done exactly that.
Again, thank you Milton for all yot'
did.
Leann McCombs served as the
2007 Event Chair for the Milton Relay)
for Life.


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than three feet across.
Make it as long as you
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bed from each side without
overstretching or walking on
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Seed or sod? It's a chicken-egg

sort of question for gardeners

Anyone who's ever laid down their own lawn has had to come
to the decision eventually; once the ground has been prepared, is it
best to go with sod or seed?
Not surprisingly, like many other decisions with respect to
homeowning, choosing between sod or seed is not an easy call.
Part of what makes the sod versus seed question hard to solve
is that there's often no right answer. Most of the time, the decisions
need to be looked at on a case-by-case basis. Before you go ahead
with deciding what's best for you, consider the following factors
that could weight heavy in your decision.
Price:
One of the first things any homeowner wants to know when it
comes to repairing or improving his home is what it's going to cost.
The same goes with the yard, where prices can differ greatly
depending on he choice you make.
When it comes to a new lawn, seed is far less expensive than
sod. Sod is essentially seeded grass that someone else tended to. As
a result, the cost of sod reflects the effort that went into tending- to
the grass. While seed doesn't cost as much, you'll have to be dili-
gent in tending to your lawn once you've laid down the seed. But
if cost is your chief concern, seed is your best bet.
Time of year:
While you can apply seed any time of the year, it's not going to
grow outside of growing season. Typically, growing season is in
Please see SEED OR SOD, next page


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Seed or 5
From previous page

late spring or early fall. If
you've missed seeding season,
don't even bother throwing
down seed. It will prove to be
an expensive mistake that
yields no result, and you'll just
have to apply seed again once
the season returns. Sod, on the
other hand, can be laid down
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same time furnish security, strength
prevent shards from flying. to ensure a safety film with- system with the window film
Flying shards of glass can cause stands violent winds, blunt increases the performance, says
many injuries during an explo- impact, and heat as reliably in Chernov. "An attachment sys-
sion. That was the case during the real world as it does in the tern affixes the filmed glass to
the 1995 Oklahoma City bomb- testing laboratory," says Joe the window frame."
ing. After the bombing, the Chernov, a spokesperson for The goal is to prevent the
Justice Department issued a Madico. entire window unit from
report listing security items He suggests hiring a third- becoming dislodged and pro-
(such as film) that should be party consultant to do an unbi- pelled into a building's interior
implemented in buildings. ased risk assessment. in the event of a storm or blast.
"Recognized standards aim Installing an attachment "Attachment systems uti-
lize either a mechanical system
or a chemical sealant system to
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system," says Darrell Smith.
executive director of the
International Window Film
Association (IWFA). "This
gives a higher level of protec-
tion by holding the sheet of film
with the attached glass frag-
ments in place longer than
would be achievable by merely
covering the daylight portion of
the glass with film."
. After the hurricane season
" of 2004 faded from the news.
Rising energy costs captured
... headlines and sent facilities
S executives looking for ways to
improve energy performance.
One proven way to do that is to
So precious and so much a part of the family, pets must be protect- use window films.
ed from the adverse effects of the outdoor home environment at all Windows typically account
costs. Danger lurks for them in everyday shrubs, flowers Hershey
feels comfortable and secure of Debra Wistner's household. While for a quarter of the total heating
he's treated just like one of the family . load in a building and may
Photo by Debra Wistner account for more than half of
W hat we see as beautiful could the summertime cooling load.
according to Virginia L. Kubler.
be toxic or dangerous to pets business director, window
films, CPFilms.
By OBIE CRAIN Window film reduces the
ocrain@srpressgazette.com ples are only a few of the cul- solar radiation entering the
prits.
Who would suspect such That's why we must be vig- building, thereby reducing
beautiful plants as azalea, ilant in overseeing the activities cooling costs and demands on
hydrangea, daffodils, and tulips of our pets in the yard and gar- the HVAC system. During win-
or innocent vegetables as toma- den. ter months, window film can
toes, garlic, and onions might Now that summer is here also limit heat loss through the
be dangerously toxic to pets? we have expanded outdoor glass. The resulting energy say-
It's true. And these exam- activity, both in cultivating our ings can be significant.
yards and their plants and Today, window films con-
leisure and recreational under- tain ultraviolet light stabilizers.
pr takings. And with this addition- which eliminate nearly 100 per-
o s c ae s On t eal time out of doors, our pets n f te f r il e ign
are as much a part of it as we cent of the ultraviolet lighi
would be a bad idea) and take to are, more so in some cases. entering the glass.
the soil. In as much as they are a Ultraviolet light and heal
landscape: part of the family, we have a are the principal causes of the
Landscape: responsibility to protect them. fading of carpets, drapes, and
Neither seed nor sod take to It can present a number of other interior furnishings; win-
every lawn. For instance, potential hazards for all. dow film can play a major role
homeowners whose yards are The doctors and staff at in preserving the life of furnish-
laden with trees should choose Milton Animal Hospital are ings.
to go with seed. That's because dedicated to helping you keep Facilities executives should
sun is a big factor in whether or your pets healthy and happy, so select a film designed for a par-
not most sod will take to the while you are enjoying the ticular window type, taking into
soil. If you seed areas under warmth and the sun, take spe- consideration the glass' surface
SA he e cial care to be sure your pet
trees, be sure to choose a seed cial care to be sure your pet consideration the glass' surface
that will thrive without much does not chew on the wrong .are i, and the window and
without material, frame's construction.
sunlight. Although precautions are It is important to distin-
Ask your local lawncare taken, accidents happen. Be guish window films intended
professional for the best seed prepared with a first aid kit for purely to improve energy per-
for such areas. On the other your pet, that contains clean formance .from films designed
hand, if your yard is hilly or bandage material, disinfectant for security applications. Solai
slopes a lot, you'll probably such as betadine solution, control film is generally 1.5 mi
want to go with sod. This is to antibiotic cream or ointment, thick, while security window
ensure rains or water won't hydrogen peroxide which can film ranges in thickness from 4
wash the seed down the hill. be used to cause vomiting, and mi mi
Why you're planting: benadryl for allergic reactions mil to 15 mil, according to the
Homeowners hoping to ysell But the best advice is to get Protecting People Firsm
ome w s in sell the advice of a veterinarian Foundation. Some films are
their house and increase the before giving benadryl, hydro- designed for both solar control
home's curb appeal with a new gen peroxide or any other over and s security applications.
lawn should consider sod as the counter veterinary product. Smith offers other advice
opposed to seed. That's because Some poisons and toxic for facility executives consider.-
sod will look better instantly, plants are more harmful if vom- ing window film. He suggests
whereas seed will take a while iting is induced, and some pets asking to see-before signing the
to grow into a beautiful, lush cannot safely take benadryl. contract-the manufacturer's
lawn. Another example where Keep phone numbers for conract-f
time plays a role is if you're emergency care readily avail- warranty.
party where you don't want should show any sign of symp- five- to 10-year period. "Not
toms such as local irritations, only the length of the warranty.
your guests stepping i and including drooling, vomiting, but whether it covers removal
then tracking mud into your diarrhea, irritation to the moth of any failed product, as well as
home. and skin or swelling of area reinstallation of the replace-
Sod doesn't take time to around the mouth. ment product, should be stud-
cover up, so you won't need to Visit the Milton Animal ied," Smith said.
worry about guests getting dirty Hospital at www.miltonanimal- (May 2005 Building
and tracking that dirt into your hospital.com or call 850-623- Operating Managemeni
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By LYNNE HOUGH
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I have baby kitties and I
can't find them.
Before Animal Services
calls me to tell me about spay
and neuter programs, listen to
my story.
I took a female cat from a
friend. She's an outdoor cat and
I have a fixed male outdoor cat
so I figured they could hang out
together. It was my plan, the
first couple of days I had her, to
get her "fixed". But then my
friend's daughter told me the
cat might be pregnant.
Well, I was at work right
after 1 received her, and a huge
storm scared her away. I could-
n't find her for weeks.
When she finally came
back, about three weeks ago,
she was definitely expecting.
I haven't had kittens around
since I was a child, so I was
actually very excited about
their arrival.
Apparently they popped out
Saturday not far from my home,
but I can't find them.
She comes home for food
and water then she sneaks off
again. I tried to keep an eye on
her to follow her, but it was hot
and I got bored watching her
lay around, watching me.
I figure the kittens will
come walking up one day to say
hello. But in the meantime, I am
concerned about the heat.
I know cats and dogs have
been having kittens and puppies
long before I was around to fret
over them.
It's just that I want to enjoy
the babies from the time they
are tiny.
Yes, it's really all about me.
I used to rescue animals on
a regular basis.
I've rescued eight cats over
the past 11 years. Three were
brothers, rescued from mal-
nourishment- Benny, Sam, and
Joon. Then there was Karl. He
was in the gutter alongside
Stewart St. near Milton High
School. Milton police gave that
one to me. Bob was under a
bush in Carpenter's Park-sun-
burned, malnourished and
scared to death.
Anakin was found at a con-
venience store in very bad
shape. He didn't make it. I
cried, the doctor put him to
sleep.
Scuba Steve was taken
from my niece and nephew who
were young and liked to put
kitty in the fridge.
Wooley was one of my
favorites. He was a tiny kitten
in a laundry basket outside a
grocery store on my birthday.
Some children were selling him
and his brothers. I paid five-dol-
lars for a urine-soaked flea-rid-
den grey tiger striped baby.
He blossomed into the most
beautiful, intelligent animal. He
ended up being the full-time
companion of a 90-year-old
woman for years. He played
fetch with her like a dog. The
lady passed away a couple of
years ago and Wooley moved
out west with one of the
woman's nurses.
It really bothers me that I
have new members to my fami-
ly and I haven't even seen them


Here....kitty-kitty...


By PAMELA HOLT
news@ srpressgazette.com


New life and new projects
are in the works at The Zoo
Northwest Florida.
The Kiwanis Kids Park,
with a dino dig, playground
equipment and umbrella cov-
ered picnic tables is set for a
grand opening June 2nd. The
first one hundred children to
arrive get into the zoo for free.
Executive Director Doug
Kemper says the Kiwanis Kids
Park is an exhibit set to grow.
He says donors toward the
effort are generous.
"We're looking into a cat-
fish feeding pond for this exhib-
it as well," says Kemper.
Local Eagle Scouts are vol-
unteering their time and labor
to develop an extension on the
bat exhibit to help with
"human" eye adjustment.
"The scouts are also work-
ing on three more exhibits not
yet on display," says Kemper,
"including a rhino-iguana, croc-
odile monitor, and water moni-
tor. The hurricanes kept these
exhibits from completion."
Also growing is the Wild
Florida -exhibit, featuring ani-
mals native to the Northwest
Florida panhandle, including
alligators, gray fox, red tailed
hawk, black bears, barn owl,
and in the future, screech owls.
"The barn owl exhibit is
now open to the public," says
Kemper with pride, "and it
looks like a Florida barn."
However, Diane Norris,
director of animal husbandry,
says new life has to be the
biggest draw at the zoo.
Norris says Cleo, the new
baby bacteria camel was born
March 4, and the new spider
monkey baby born to Desi and
Daisy was born March 6.
"Desi and Daisy's baby
hasn't received a name yet,"
says Norris, "because Daisy
held the baby so close we
couldn't tell the sex until
recently. Now we know it's a
boy so it should be receiving a
name soon."
Norris says she enjoys her
job and has taken care of the
animals for close to fifteen
years.
"There's nothing like it,"
she says.


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By Molly Parsons
news@srpressgazette.com

Dear Molly:
I am experiencing some-
thing I don't know how to han-
dle.
My ex is causing some
trouble for our child, although
my ex is unaware. The trouble
is the constant negative attitude
and selfish behavior.
The child is reacting to the
situation with negative behav-
ior at home.
Should I tell the ex about it?
J.P.

Dear J.P.:
What a dilemma.
If you say something you
cause a problem but by not say-
ing something there's a prob-
lem.
Try to talk it out with your
child first. If he or she will at
least talk about what the prob-
lem is-then you will be able to
make the decision on whether
or not to confront your ex.
If you are having trouble


with communication with your
child, I suggest bringing in a
third party.

Dear Molly:
My grandmother is about to
turn 85 and I would like to
throw her a party.
However, whenever some-
body gives her a gift she will
take it but they will get it back
within the year. She will smile
and say, "I just wanted to give it
back," without any excuse.
None.
If I invite family and friends
I will be mortified if someone
gives her something and then
they receive it back later.
I know if I say, "no gifts,"
people will bring them anyway.
Matilda in Milton

Dear Matilda:
It is a very sweet thought
about giving your grandmother
a party.
But you've got to lighten


If those you want to invite
love and cherish your grand-
mother, they know how she is
about things.
Just give the party and have
fun. Be thankful you still have
her here on Earth.
Write her a poem telling her
how much you care or sing
Happy Birthday to her solo.

Dear Molly:
I'm having landlord prob-
lems.
I've gotten myself into a sit-
uation with my friend
"Georgia" and I'm afraid we're
going to end up enemies.
I've let her rent a house I
own, (against my better judg-
ment), and now she won't leave.
She not only won't leave she
owes me money from last
month.
I've tried to talk to her about
it but she tells me about all of
her health problems and how


she's suffering.
I want her to leave but I
somehow want to keep her
friendship.
Irritated Landlord

Dear Landlord:
You are right to say you
knew better.
Most people have problems
like this from time to time-
you're in a pickle but don't beat
yourself up about it.
The best advice I can give
you is to go ahead and insist she
leave. Tell her plainly this is a
business decision and she knew
this was going to happen. If she
continues to whine, be firm.
Don't give anymore grace to her
about the money, either.
Once you get her out you
can begin to try to patch things
up as time goes on.
The relationship will suffer
for the firm behavior but in the
end going through the "tunnel
of chaos" is good for us.


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engagement and upcoming
wedding of their daughter,
Linda Marie Henderson, to Rev.
Barry Keith George of Temple,
GA.
Rev. Barry Keith George is
the son of Mr. Larry George
and Ms. Joyce George of Villa
Rica, Georgia.
Maternal grandparents for
Miss Henderson are the late. ' _
Raymond and Helen Hathaway.
Paternal grandparents are Mrs.
Mabel Henderson and the late . "
H.S. Henderson, all of Milton.
Maternal grandparents for
Mr. George are the late Mr.
Foster Smith and the late Ms.
Pauline Smith. Paternal grand- - - .
parents are Mr. Ernest George .
and the late Mrs. Maggie
George, all of Villa Rica, GA.
Miss Henderson is a gradu-y :" . "
ate of Milton High School,
Milton, FL. She is employed
with RelayHealth, Atlanta, GA,
as a product support representa-
tive. She currently is a member
of the Shadrix Trio. She was an :
original member of her family . ,
ministry, The Hendersons, *.
before moving to Georgia.
Rev. George is a graduate
of King's Way Christian School
in Douglasville, GA. He is a
graduate of The University of
West Georgia, Carrollton, GA,
with a degree in Geology. He is
currently serving as pastor of
the Oak Hill Church of God of
Prophecy, Temple, GA. He is
also employed with the United
States Postal Service,
Whitesburg, GA.
A June 16, 2007 wedding is Linda Marie Henderson and Rev. Barry Keith George will wed
planned at First Assembly of June 16, 2007.
God in Milton, FL. (Submitted phoi


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Jenkins, Crotts announce wedding plans
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon M. Rogers of Milton, Florida are pleased to announce the engagement of their daugh.
ter, Felicia Renee Jenkins to James David Crotts, son of Mr. & Mrs. Jim Crotts of Milton. Felicia is the
granddaughter of Gerry Whobrey Stanley of Baker, FL and the late Jake C. Whobrey of Milton, the late
Winnie Foye Ates of Milton and the late Willie M. Rogers of Milton. David is the grandson of Mr. & Mrs
Jesse Floyd Hopkins of Pensacola, FL and the late Mr. Dorthal Reva Crotts & Alma Crotts of Pensacola.
A wedding is planned for Saturday, May 19, 2007 at 4:30 p.m. at the Imogene Theater in Milton Florida
Reception will immediately follow. The parents invite all family and friends to attend and "exalt His Name
Always!"
(Submitted photo


Overstreet, Wade are joined

Rachel Danielle Overstreet
of Pace, and Kristopher Drake
Wade of Staunton, VA were
married April 7, 2007 at Old
Christ Church, Pensacola, FL.
The Reverend Harold Wade
performed the ceremony.
Rachel is the daughter of
Roy and Karen Overstreet,
Pace, FL. Drake is the son of
Troy and Kim Wade,
Massanutten, VA, and Kathy
and Jeff Wallace, Elkridge,
MD.
Rachel is a graduate of Pace
High School and The
University of Central Florida.
She is a teacher at Dixon
Intermediate School in Pace.
Drake graduated from
Jenkins High School, Lakeland,
FL and attends the University
of Central Florida. He is
employed by Home Depot in
Pace.
Maid of Honor was
Kathryn Atwater, and Best Men
were Kori & Kyle Wade.
Bridesmaids Shannon Wing,
Courtney Baines, Katie McCain
and Cayxie Wade.
Groomsmen were Kyle
Overstreet, Justin Mahon, and
Zach Wade. Bell Ringer was ;
Kylie Overstreet.
The couple took a honey-
moon to the Bahamas and now
reside in Pensacola, FL. Rachel Danielle and Kristopher Drake Wade.


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Lucas, Sinclair announce engagement '
Carol Hampshire and David Lucas of Lakenheath, England, proudly announce the engagement of theii
daughter, Stacey Elizabeth Lucas to Clint David Sinclair of Milton, FL. Clint is the son of Debbie Mclnnih
and step-son of Jimmie Mclnnis of Milton, FL. Wedding plans will be announced at a later date,
(Submitted photo:


Wednesday- May 16, 2001


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Legals


LEGAL AD
Milton Storage Center will
be selling the contents of
Beverly Woods' storage
unit 186, Curtis Crisco's
storage unit 198, and John
Jackson's storage unit 204,
all of which consist of mis-
cellaneous furniture and
household items. The sale
will take place on June 8
and 9, 2007 beginning at
8:00 a.m. at Milton Storage
Center, 6065 Vanity Fair
Road, Milton, FL 32570.
Call 626-6212 for informa-
tion.
050207
051607


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 57-2007-CP-
72
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROY EVERETT LEWIS,
DEceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Roy Everett
Lewis, deceased, whose
date of death was
December 1, 2006; is
pending in the Circuit Court
for Santa Rosa County,
Florida, Probate Division;
File Number 57-2007-CP-
72, the address of which is
6865 S.W. Caroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570. The
names and addresses of
the personal representative
aqd the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the dece-


dent and other persons,
who have claims or
demands against dece-
dent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, and
who have been served a
copy of this notice, must file
their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against the dece-
dent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is May
9, 2007.
/s/ Michael D. Lewis
Personal Representative
7811 Redwood Tree Road
Severn, Maryland 21144
/s/ Sarah D. Crane
Sarah D. Crane, of
MOORE, HILL & WEST-
MORELAND, P.A.
Post Office Box 13290
Pensacola, Florida 32591-
3290
(850) 434-3541


Florida Bar No. 509086
050907
051607


Pace Self Storage
Auction. 4964 Highway 90
Suite A, Pace, FL 32571.
Units 11, Holly Barnes; 80
Bryan Demery; 134, Jamie
Witt; 236, Thomas
Belanger. May 23, 2007 at
10:00 a.m. sharp.
051207s
051607w
5L404


NOTICE TO BIDDER
GENERAL DEMOLITION
& CLEAN UP
Notice is hereby given that
the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa
Rosa County, Florida, will
receive sealed bids for the
demolition of structures
and clean up of the proper-
ties located at 4732 Pine
Lane, Milton, FL 32571;
1583 Whisper Bay Blvd.,
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563;
5105 April Lane, Pace, FL
32571; 1309 Ceylon Dr.,
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563; lot
0, Patterson Town Rd.,
Milton, FL 32570; 4740
Patterson Town Rd.,
Milton, FL 32570; 4883
Patterson Town Rd., Milton,
FL 32570; 6459 Taylor St.,
Milton, FL 32570; 6797
Taylor St., Milton, FL
32570; and 6800 Taylor St.,
Milton, Fl 32570.
All bids must be original
and delivered by hand, Fed
Ex, or mail to the Santa
Rosa County Procurement
Office, 6495 Caroline
Street, Suite G, Milton,
Florida, 32570; and must


be received by 10:00 a m.,
June 19, 2007. at which
time bids will be opened
and read aloud. All inter-
ested parties are invited to
attend. Bids are to be
sealed and clearly labeled
"BID - Abatement
Projects." Bids received
after the time set for the bid
opening will be rejected
and returned unopened to
the bidder.
Incomplete bids delivered
to or received by the Santa
Rosa County Procurement
Department will be rejected
in entirety. Copies of all
required licenses shall be
attached to the bid submit-
tal.
Specifications, bid form,
current pictures and maps
may be secured from
Santa Rosa County
W e b s t e
(www.santarosa.fl.gov/bids
) or at the Santa Rosa
County Procurement
Department at the above
address. Telephone (850)
983-1833.
There will be a Pre-bid
Conference and site show-
ing on June 5, 2007 at 8:00
a.m. at the Public Service
Media Room located at
6051 Old Bagdad Highway
Suite 202, Milton, Florida,
32583. It is strongly rec-
ommended that all interest-
ed parties attend the show-
ing. Questions concerning
these abatements should
be directed to Mr. Robert
Burkett at (850) 981-7018.
The Board of County
Commissioners reserves
the right to waive irregulari-
ties in bids, to reject any or
all bids with or without
cause, and to award the bid
that it determines to be in
the best interest of Santa
Rosa County.


Santa Rosa County does
not discriminate on the
basis of race. color, nation-
al origin, sex, religion, age,
or handicapped status in
employment or provision of
service.
By order of the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County,
Florida.
051607
051607
5L4.0Q6

NOTICE OF INTENT TO
CONSIDER AN ORDI-
NANCE
The reading and adoption
of the following proposed
Ordinance by the Board of
County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, is
scheduled for 9:30 a.m.,
May 31, 2007, in the
Commissioners meeting
room at the Administrative
Complex, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida.
AN ORDINANCE RELAT-
ING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA;
AMENDING ORDINANCE
2006-38; AMENDING
SECTION THREE EXAMI-
NATION AND LICENSING
REQUIREMENTS; PRO-
VIDING FOR CODIFICA-
TION; AND, PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. *
AN ORDINANCE RELAT-
ING TO SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA;
AMENDING ORDINANCE
99-22; AMENDING SEC-
TION TWO TO ALLOW AN
ADDITIONAL HOME-
STEAD TAX EXEMPTION
FOR ANYONE WHO HAS
ATTAINED AGE 65; PRO-
VIDING FOR CODIFICA-


TION; AND, PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

These proposed
Ordinances may be
inspected by the public
prior to the above sched-
uled meeting at the Office
of the Clerk of Courts,
BOCC Support Services
Department, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida. All
interested parties should
take notice that if they
decide to appeal any deci-
sion made by the Board of
County Commissioners
with respect to any matter
coming before said Board
at said meeting, it is their
individual responsibility to
insure that a record of pro-
ceedings they are appeal-
ing exists and for such pur-
pose they will need to
insure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding is
made, which record shall
include the testimony and
the evidence upon which
their appeal is to be based.
Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and
be heard with respect to
these proposed ordi-
nances.
051607
051607
5/407


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACT-
MENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:

Please be advised that on
the 12th day of June, 2007
at 5:01 p.m., CDT, at the
City Council meeting room
at the City Hall at 6738
Dixon Street, in the City of
Milton, Florida, there will be
proposed for enactment an


Ordinance whose title is as
follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1237-07
AN ORDINANCE ESTAB-
LISHING CERTAIN
RULES FOR THE CITY
OF MILTON SKATE
PARK, PROVIDING OR
PENALTIES FOR VIOLA-
TION, PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY, REPEAL-
ING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT HEREWITH
AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
This Ordinance is on file in
the City Clerk's office for
inspection. Any interested
party may appear at the
meeting and be heard with
respect to the proposed
Ordinance.
This the 10th day of May,
2007.
Dewitt Nobles
City Clerk
051607
051607
5L408

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE ENACT-
MENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Please be advised that on
the 12th day of June, 2007
at 5:01 p.m., CDT, at the
City Council meeting room
at the City Hall at 6738
Dixon Street, in the City of
Milton, Florida, there will be
proposed for enactment an
Ordinance whose title is as
follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1238-07
AN ORDINANCE AMEND-


ING ORDINANCE NO.
1010 RELATING TO
RULES AND REGULA-
TIONS FOR PUBLIC
PARKS AND RECRE-
ATIONAL FACILITIES IN
THE CITY OF MILTON;
PROHIBITING PERSONS
REQUIRED TO REGIS-
TER AS SEXUAL PREDA-
TORS OR SEXUAL
OFFENDERS FROM
ENTERING OR OCCUPY-
ING CITY PARKS; PRO-
VIDING FOR PENALTIES;
PROVIDING CODIFICA-
TION; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
This Ordinance is on file in
the City Clerk's office for
inspection. Any interested
party may appear at the
meeting and be heard with
respect to the proposed
Ordinance.
This the 10th day of May,
2007.
Dewitt Nobles
City Clerk
051607
051607
5/L40

NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE .ENACT-
MENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Please be advised that on
the 12th day of June, 2007
at 5:01 p.m., CDT, at the
City Council meeting room
at the City Hall at 6738
Dixon Street, in the City of
Milton, Florida, there will be
proposed for enactment an
Ordinance whose title is as
follows:


ORDINANCE NO. 1236-07
AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
ING ORDINANCE NO.
854, THE LAND DEVEL-
OPMENT REGULATIONS
OF THE CITY OF MILTON
BY AMENDING SECTION
V-6.10 (D)(a)(Iv) TO
REQUIRE SODDING OF
ALL DISTURBED AREAS,
BY AMENDING SECTION
V-6.10 (E)(b)(li) TO
REQUIRE SODDING OF
ALL DISTURBED AREAS,
BY REENACTING ALL
OTHER PROVISIONS OF
SECTION V-6.10; PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABIL-
ITY; AND PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY;
AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Ordinance is on file in
the City Clerk's office for
inspection. Any interested
party may appear at the
meeting and be heard with
respect to the proposed
Ordinance.
This the 10th day of May,
2007.
Dewitt Nobles
City Clerk
051607
051607
5/410

NOTICE OF EMERGENCY
ORDINANCE ENACT-
MENI
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:

Please be advised that on
the 8th day of May, 2007 at
5:01 p.m., CDT, at the City
Council meeting room at
the City Hall at 6738 Dixon
Street, in the City of Milton,
Florida, an Ordinance was
proposed for enactment as


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an Emergency Ordinance.
The Ordinance title is as
follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1235-07
AN EMERGENCY ORDI-
NANCE AMENDING
ORDINANCE NO. 1135-03
TO INCREASE THE ADDI-
TIONAL HOMESTEAD
TAX EXEMPTION TO
$50,000.00 FOR CERTAIN
PERSONS WHO HAVE
ATTAINED THE AGE OF
SIXTY-FIVE AND WHOSE
INCOME DOES NOT
EXCEED THE APPLICA-
BLE LIMIT, FINDING
THAT AN EMERGENCY
ORDINANCE IS NECES-
SARY TO COMPLY WITH
CHAPTER 2007-4, LAWS
OF FLORIDA, REENACT-
ING ALL OTHER PROVI-
SIONS OF THE SAID
ORDINANCE; PROVID-
ING FOR SEVERABILITY;
PROVIDING AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
This Ordinance is on file in
the City Clerk's office for
inspection. Any interested
party may appear at the
meeting and be heard with
respect to the proposed
-Ordinance.
This the 10th day of May,
2007.
Dewitt Nobles
City Clerk
051607
051607
5/411


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Naval Housing

Press Gazette Office
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Family Dollar .

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Red Barn Bar-B-Q-


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Shell Food Store
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J&J Food Store
Happy Store
Winn Dixie
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Sr.Pace NIini Mart
Penny Pantry

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Tom Thumb @ Highway 90
Tomn Thub @ Crossroads.
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Westminster Presbyterian to hold Ordination service


Sunday, May 20, at 3 p.m.,
Mr. Winthrop (Win) Groseclose
will be ordained in the PCA,
and installed as pastor of
Westminster Presbyterian
Church, 6659 Park Avenue, in
Milton.
Pastor Groseclose and his
wife, Denise grew up in
Pylesville, MD, where he
earned the Boy Scouts of
American Eagle Scout Award in
September, 1985. After graduat-
ing from Towson State
University in Towson, MD, Win
and Denise moved to Jackson,


MS where he earned his
Master's of Divinity Degree at
Reformed Theological
Seminary in 2006.
Win is the Discipleship
Director at Rocky Bayou
Christian School in Crestview.
He is the chaplain, teacher,
counselor, and Chair of the
Bible Department. Win has
been the Stated Supply Pastor
for Westminster Presbyterian
this past year and working with
the Gulf Coast Presbyterian this
past year and working with the
Gulf Coast Presbytery pastors


Ladies are invited to join in an


outreach ministry
New Hope Community
Church, is beginning a Women's
Ministry, and Pastor Johnny
Williams and the congregation
are inviting women to be
involved in a community
women's outreach. The purpose
of the ministry is to bless, edu-
cate and encourage women in
their walk with Jesus Christ
throughout Santa Rosa County.


They will meet the last
Saturday of each month
throughout the year, excluding
November and December. The
next meeting is May 26 at 9
a.m. at 6000 Mayberry Lane in
Milton. For more information,
contact Pamela Holt at 665-
1294 or Diana Miller at 981-
2583.


Free carnival and concert


Join the fun at the free car-
nival and concert at First
Baptist Church of Milton that
will kick off an exciting week
of Game Day Central Vacation
Bible School.
Carnival festivities featur-
ing a concert by Chi Alpha
Choir from Hoover, Alabama's
Hunter Street Baptist Church
will begin Sunday, June 3 at 5
p.m. and continue until 7:30
p.m. This event will include
free carnival games, inflatables,


Protestant women of the
Chapel at NAS Whiting Field
will be holding a Yard Sale
Saturday, May 19 at RSVP,
located at Buckskin Drive and
By-Pass 89 (Dogwood) from 8
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Proceeds will be used for
community work throughout


a live concert, free food and
prizes. Fun continues on
Monday, June 4 through Friday,
June 8 daily, from 9 a.m. to
noon at Game Day Central
Vacation Bible School for all
children, ages 3 years old (by
June 1,2007 & potty trained) to
Grade 5. VBS is located at First
Baptist Church, 6797 Caroline
Street in Milton. Register today
to reserve a space for your chil-
dren at www.fbcmilton.org or
850/623-3122.


the year. There will be furni-
ture, clothing, jewelry, baked
goods and other items.
Do come and join in on this
sale and meet the sisters from
the NAS Whiting Field Chapel.
For any information, call Bert
Craig, president, at 981-1188.


in completing the required writ-
ten and oral exams for ordina-
tion in the Presbyterian Church
in America. He has exhibited
knowledge of the history of the
church, the Sacraments, and the
Greek and Hebrew languages.
He has written more than 900
daily devotions covering a wide
range of scripture. His personal
goal is to translate and write
devotions on every passage of
the Bible, thus far completing.
about 3% of his goal.
Win started that God has
called him to serve as pastor


and teacher: to glorify His
name, to seek and proclaim His
Gospel to the lost, and to edify
those already committed to
Him.
The congregation of
Westminster Presbyterian
would like to invite friends and
neighbors to the ordination and
installation to celebrate with us
and welcome Pastor
Groseclose, and his wife,
Denise, a son, Paul and a
daughter, Chloe.


ITM AR-


Hicks takes command
Air Force Maj. Philip C.
Hicks has assumed command
of the 821st Support Squadron,
Thule Air Base, Greenland, and
has served in the military for 13
years.
He is the son of Franklin
D. and Martha T. Hicks of
Glade Drive, Milton, FL.
His wife, Monica, is the
daughter of Evelyn Graben of
Main St. S., Sylvania, AL.
The major graduated in
1988 from Booker T.
Washington High School,
Pensacola, FL, and received a
bachelor's degree in 1993 from
the University of Florida,
Gainesville. He earned a mas-
ter's degree in 1998 from the
University of Alabama,
Huntsville.

Lee Helm graduates
Army Pvt. Lee A. Helm
has graduated from basic com-
bat training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, SC.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradi-
tion and core values, physical
fitness, and received instruc-
tion and practice in basic com-
bat skills, military weapons,
-chemical warfare and bayonet
training, drill and ceremony,
marching, rifle marksmanship,
armed and unarmed combat,
map reading, field tactics, mil-
itary courtesy, military justice
system, basic first aid, foot
marches, and field training
exercises.
He is the son of Willard
Helm of Wolfe Road, Milton,
Fla. Helm is a 2002 graduate of
Milton High School.


McNair graduates BMT


Air Force Airman Steven
M. McNair has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission, organiza-
tion, and military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
McNair earned distinction
as an honor graduate of the
course.
,He. is ,,the, son of Bobbi
McNair of Galt City Road, and
Michael McNair of Saragon
Lane, both of Milton, Fla.
The airman is a 2006 grad-
uate of Milton High School.

Pray for our

Troops


Ask the Preacher

. ...a weekly column answering your ques-
- tions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Where do I draw the line concerning
my allegiance to God as opposed to my allegiance to
Government?" L.W. - Pace
Dear L.W.,
Thank you for your very good and timely question. As
matter of fact, that question was asked in various ways of Jesus
and the disciples. It was asked of Jesus in Matthew 2:17-21 as a
trick question concerning the payment of taxes. Jesus' answer
was, "Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to
God the things that are God's." So... what are the "things" that
are Government's or "Caesar's"?
Certainly we owe lawfully levied taxes to support lawful
government services. We owe good citizenship and honesty iri
our dealings with fellow citizens. We owe to the Government t6
be law-abiding citizens where those laws do not contradict our,
personal walk with Jesus. In my opinion, we owe our military
service when called upon in a lawful manner to preserve and
defend the freedoms afforded to us by those who came before u
and paid the price of freedom.
We do not, however, owe the Government our souls, ouz
worship or unquestioned loyalty, faith and trust. These things
belong only to God through Jesus His son. So, when the disci-
ples were ordered to quit speaking and preaching the name of
Jesus in Acts 4:18-20, they answered that they "must obey God
rather than man." They chose, Biblically so, to be civilly dis2
obedient.
One must understand that there may be a price to pay foi
civil disobedience in order to first obey God and His Word. If
one is a true bom-again Christian, the choice is simple. Jesus
and His Word come before and over ANY Government decree tq
the contrary.
In the meantime, we are blessed above people of most any
other nation, to live in a country where we may practice our faitli
in Jesus Christ with many freedoms. But, never forget, many
have died and were "civilly disobedient" to purchase that free-
dom for us. Shame on us if we don't take the opportunity of our
freedom to glorify the Lord Jesus and proclaim the truth of the
Gospel while we still may do so.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Chur6h. in Milton. He has a Bachelor o
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more infor-
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ROBERT G. McCLURE


TAX COLLECTOR


SANTA ROSA COUNTY, MILTON, FL
May 16, 2007 Legal Notice The Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Notice of Tax Sale


,.iROBERT G McCLURE
TAX COLLECTOR
SANTA ROSA COUNTY
MILTON FL

' LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLE
,PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES AS PROVIDED BY
r SECTION 197.062 FL STATUTES, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN THAT TANGIBLE PERSONAL
PROPERTY TAXES ASSESSED FOR 2006 ARE
,�';OW DELINQUENT AND BEGINNING WITH
APRIL 1ST SUCH TAXES ASSESSED FOR 2006
;'ARE DRAWING INTEREST AT THE RATE OF 18
PERCENT PER YEAR AND UNLESS THE DELIN-
QUENT TAXES ARE PAID BEFORE JUNE 1, 2007.
-WARRANTS WILL BE ISSUED THEREON AND
iTHE TAX COLLECTOR WILL APPLY TO THE CIR-
fCUIT COURT FOR AN ORDER DIRECTING LEVY
MPON AND SEIZURE OF THE PERSONAL PROP-
ERTY OF THE TAXPAYER FOR THE UNPAID
~AXES. THE AMOUNT OF TAXES INCLUDING
THE COST OF ADVERTISING AND THE INTEREST
0,TO DATE ARE AS FOLLOWS:*

1'0000000797 17.46
,A & N COMPUTER GRAPHICS
"2 0000003500 129.96
!ABC LEARNING CTR OF PACE INC
,3 0000004520 18.27
;ABIGAIL'S LOCK AND SAFE
a4,0000016370 15.31
*/JS CARPET CARE
) 0000043400 67.34
APOLLOLO GALILEO USA (GB)
;6 0000043402 17.92
APOLLOLO GALILEO USA (C)
:17 0000044375 94.69
APPRAISAL SERVICES OF NAVARRE
.'8 0000056830 33.69
;AVALON CUSTOM WOODWORKING *
,9 0000056996 226.46
"AVALON PARK WAREHOUSES INC
10 0000059400 10.75
4B & E COLLISION REPAIR
;i11 0000064000 26.41
-,AGDAD HOME BUILDERS INC
';2 0000105800 1,466.40
BENCHMARK SURVEYING AND
i3 0000132000 62.57
,BOURQUES RENTAL
14 0000143300 21.58
R ANNING GALLERY
0000160800 257.80
RYAN WALTER DOW DMD & MARY
16 0000178800 359.06
'/ PASS MINI MART
.. 0000182066 49.77
( & 1 AUTO INC
;t8 0000183512 816.68
! & J OF PACE INC/CAROLINE ST
�9 0000202210 37.12
',ANNON WILLIAM L
120 0000209900 42.35
CARPENTERS GARAGE
'1 0000229900 339.54
CENTURY 21 ISLAND VIEW REALTY
" 2 0000246659 323.89
CINEMA ONE VIDEO/NETWORK
23 0000246715 320.85
CIRCLE W QUALITY MEATS INC
24 0000258100 14.80
COLEMANS COURT
25 0000258178 1,433.44
NEAL COLLEY ENTERPRISES INC
26 0000259766 53.45
COMPUTERS OF GULF BREEZE
"27 0000261500 164.05
CONRAD GORDON D & GEORGIE
28 0000276075 622.34
CITICORP VENDOR FINANCE (C)


29 0000281900


398.99


CREAMERY THE
30 0000282250 141.36
CREATIVE IMAGE
31 0000287350 215.15
CUSTOM T S AND CAPS
32 0000327980 22.15
DOUBLE D SALES
33 0000330000 938.30
DOWNS PAINT & BODY SHOP
340000361000 994.11
TITAN PROPANE LP
35 0000399000 166.98
FATHER & SON CARPET CARE
36 0000402000 4.22
FAYES BEAUTY SALON
37 0000412900 38.18
FIVE FLAGS BUILDERS INC
38 0000433100 14.35
FOX CHASE APARTMENT
39 0000469800 1,409.83
CTN-NUT FARMS INC
40 0000471500 702.33
GODWIN RICKY D
41 0000477700 1,329.32
GOLDEN ANTHONY P
42 0000499320 11.44
CAIN OLIVE
43 0000511600 334.03
GULF COAST QUALITY ASSOC INC
44 0000520010 222.80
GULF PROPERTIES REALTY INC
45 0000527600 10.74
HAIR TRENDS
46 0000527900 12.68
AIRPORT
47 0000534800 6.21
HAMM HARRY BARBER SHOP
48 0000546600 2,027.05
CUSTOM DESIGN INTERIORS INC
49 0000602203 397.81
HOPMEIER ENTERPRISES INC
50 0000617000 807.65
AMERICAN SHELTER
51 0000617300 146.10
HURD BROTHERS TREE SERVICE
52 0000627500 43.75
liNJU-'TRIAL GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
53 0000630955 270.44
ITOS GYMNASTICS
54 0000645000 37.45
JAY HARDWARE & GIFT SHOP
55 0000686500 5,591.44
JOINER FILL DIRT INC
56 0000698000 93.74
JONES WILLIE H & DONNA


57 0000721000 92.90
KENS PAINT & BODY SHOP
58 0000740550 14.96
L & M MARINE
59 0000753400 2,687.44
LEE CURTIS INC
60 0000776200 174.33
LOCKMOBILE INC
61 0000806304 21.24
MAGNOLIA MANOR PARK
62 0000854000 539.33
MEDIA ONE COMMUNICATION INC
63 0000876000 71.28
MILTON CARPET CENTER INC
64 0000881300 114.86
MILTON GOLD & SILVER EXCHANGE
65 0000891000 42.98
MISS TRISHS CHILD CARE
66 0000901000 46,769.72
MOLD EX RUBBER COMPANY INC
67 0000916550 13.34
MURPHY BED OUTLET
68 0000923400 43.53
NATURAL OBJECTS POTTERY
69 0000927000 1,675.30
BURGER KING (NAVARRE) DBA
70 0000933355 56.05
NEW ATTITUDE HAIR
71 0000948900 1,760.81
NOWLING FARMS
72 0000964500 319.67
OPEN ROSE THE INC (M)
73 0000964505 39.96
OPEN ROSE THE INC (GB)
74 0000977800 71.26
PACE ONE HOUR DRY CLEANERS
75 0000982150 20.40
PACE TIRE SERVICE CENTER
76 0000985570 347.86
PAK N FAX PLUS INC
77 0000986062 63.38
PAMPERED PET PARLOR
78 0000986950 55.51
PARK AVE HAIR DESIGN
79 0000989580 8.80
PARKER PAINTING
80 0000991600 162.37
PARKMORE PLAZA LAUNDRY &
81 0001002200 796.47
PENSACOLA DIAGNOSTIC
82 0001017400 33.07
PHOENIX LANDSCAPE AND
83 0001057375 8.99
QUALITY LANDSCAPING & TREE
84 0001088075 13.77
RITCHARD TON PHOTOGRAPHY INC
85 0001095400 343.26
ROLLO JOHNNY P
86 0001152600 151.45
SEARS BOB SHARPENING
87 0001154050 147.95
SELLERS LANDSCAPING & LAWN
. 88 0001189200 636.52
SIX FLAGS COIN LAUNDRY
89 0001196050 42.72
SMITH VICKI M
90 0001198500 2,888.48
P & S CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
91 0001203955 97.22
SONSHINE PETS INC
92 0001210965 324.75
SOUTHERN RACEWAY INC
93 0001237000 18.44
STOKES TED ATTORNEY
94 0001285187 378.71
TITAN OUTDOOR DEVELOPMENT INC
95 0001303050 672.26
TREE WORKS PLUS INC
96 0001303300 645.17
TRIBBLE EDWARD A
97 0001331480 23.00
VILLAGE APARTMENTS
98 0001339400 1,481.27
WALLACE SPRINKLER & SUPPLY INC
99 0001413600 3,401.89
WOODCRAFT MANUFACTURING INC
100 0001450046 12.27
FOX HUNTER SERVICE
101 0001450068 15.32
A ARTISTIC II
102 0001450088 91.52
ETP LLC
103 0001450110 9.20
WHITE GLENN F & PAULA R
104 0001450167 4.84
HIGHT TROY
105 0001450249 62.25
S & L ART
106 0001450329 9.52
POTTER CLAIRE B
107 0001450350 14.40
KEN MILUS HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
108 0001450353 114.97
D & D DOZIER
109 0001450414 210.65
POWELL TIM & ASSOCIATES
110 0001450430 109.59
JONES AUTOWASH INC
111 0001450481 2,377.24
R & R PHILLIPS CONSTRUCTION
112 0001450528 21.42
OASIS PAINTING & PRESSURE
113 0001450532 39.31
LINDSAY BUILDERS INC
114 0001450724 32.63
NAVARRE CERAMIC TILE & MARBLE
1150001450854 18.12
LIPSEY HOMES INC
116 0001450926 24.17
CARPET MASTERS
117 0001451027 56.96
TNT EXTERIORS INC
118 0001451034 301.15
PEAKE CONSTRUCTION INC
119 0001451069 924.67
JOHN JOINER INC
120 0001451082 56.03
REAL PRO WELDING INC
121 0001451114 209.36
CHEM-DRY OF PENSACOLA INC
122 0001451172 92.44
MILLER BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION
1230001451214 14.61
FRENCH KAREN
124 0001451302 23.05
MICRO GUYS COMPUTER SERVICES
125 0001451317 34.13
PUGH PAINTING INC
126 0001451339 230.35
EAST RIVER SMOKEHOUSE INC


127 0001451340 944.97
MASTER LUBE TUNE & TIRE INC
128 0001451344 2,487.23
LISTENER GROUP INC (THE)
129 0001451411 61.70
DRAGON EXPRESS
130 0001451534 638.26
SIDEKICK TRAILERS INC
131 0001451587 83.52
C & J OF PACE INC/WOODBINE RD
132 0001451604 34.43
HORACE MANN INSURANCE
133 0001451606 22.53
BAKER CREATIVE
134 0001451610 37.31
WHITE SANDS MECHANICAL
135 0001451615 63.40
ROBERT STUCK CONSTRUCTION INC
136 0001451617 52.15
BOOKHOME PUBLISHING
137 0001451638 526.42
HAPPY STORES INC #518
138 0001451641 760.64
BERE JEWELERS INC
139 0001451672 6.01
PETERS MIKE & DEBBIE


140 0001451680


44.84


ESCAROSA LAND RESEARCH COMPANY
141 0001451702 12.43
ACTION MAN CARPET CLEANING


142 0001451722


170.45


MR TS
143 0001451724 327.46
FLORALS PLUS WAREHOUSE
144 0001451776 . 402.53
STRIPMASTERS INC
145 0001451794 385.48
GULF COAST PHYSICIAN SRVCS INC
146 0001451828 17.00
CARPET CITY OF FWB INC
147 0001451832 77.48
PEACOCK MASONRY
148 0001451895 288.60
WOODIES FLORIST
149 0001451937 4.93
RONNIE BROXSON DRYWALL
150 0001451972 412.98
DFS-SPV LP (GB)
151 0001451995 188.86
MMJ DISTRIBUTORS CORPORATION
152 0001452008 11.22
L L C X INC (C)
153 0001452010 3.49
L L C X INC (A)
154 0001452019 2,763,83
THE CLUB FAMILY SPORTS
155 0001452039 16.94
MICHAEL BENNETT & COMPANY INC
156 0001452052 652.94
INTEGRITY CONTRACTORS INC
157 0001452094 15.28
M & D CONCRETE WORKS INC-
158 0001452117 62.47
TONY'S HAULING
159 0001452128 50.16
SANTA ROSA LIQUID FEED
160 0001452129 24.75
HI EXPOSURE
161 0001452193 51.63
ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS
162 0001452225 13.59
RHA MACHINE & WELDING
163 0001452233 57.89
O'NEIL COLLEEN
164 0001452234 16.66
ROBINSON MICHAEL D SR
165 0001452242 10.45
NON-PROFIT RESOURCE (THE)
166 0001452260 98.85
METROCALL INC
167 0001452272 26.30
MILES & MILES OF CREATIONS
168 0001452285 411.13
PHILIP YALE LAWN SERVICE
169 0001452295 111.56
METROCALL INC
170 0001452296 49.57
METROCALL INC
171 0001452325 15.26
JAYLEE ENTERTAINMENT
172 0001452349 2,450.70
SESSIONS LANDCLEARING INC
173 0001452357 244.02
VALUEPAGE INC
174 0001452382 26.92
NORTHERN LEASING SYSTEMS INC
175 0001452384 59.29
NORTHERN LEASING SYSTEMS INC


176 0001452390


FOX-TEL COMMUNICATIONS
177 0001452452
BIG BEND FISHERIES INC
178 0001452455
JOHNSON ENTERPRISES
179 0001452463
VAUGHN'S LANDSCAPING INC
180 0001452485
TOP'S CHOICE HAMBURGERS I
181 0001452540
VILLAS AT GULF BREEZE INC
182 0001452565
HAMILTON DESIGN
183 0001452568
CHARLES E GRANT PAINTING
184 0001452572


19.84

71.07

6.36

48.22

414.42:
OF
5,202.02

32.34

6.73


346.30


PROFESSIONAL HEARING AID CTR
185 0001452601 162.04
METAL DESIGN & FABRICATION
186 0001452632 5.95
TITTLE TRIM INC
187 0001452641 2,519.55
POST LANDING EXXON CORPORATION
188 0001452663 40.97
SEAVIEW INTERIORS OF THE
189 0001452673 4.89
PAGE'S TREE SERVICE
190 0001452861 48.90
RICHARDSON THOMAS CARPENTRY
191 0001452867 23.15
FRANK HARDY PHOTOGRAPHY
192 0001452882 594.36
RELIABLE LAND TITLE CORP
193 0001452901 50.61
FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER
194 0001452917 4.81
ADAMS PLASTERING & STUCCO
195 0001452921 168.91
RUSSELL'S WELL & PUMP SERVICE
196 0001452995 25.43
BERCH PROPERTY SYSTEMS


197 0001453030 25.42
TODD'S IMPROVEMENTS
198 0001453041 12.25
MOORE BRIAN HORSE SHOEING
199 0001453047 145.40
STEVE'S INKSPOT INC
200 0001453053 35.77
LAMBERTS CUSTOM LAWN CARE
201 0001453061 7.83
MAGNOLIA PROMOTIONS
202 0001453102 27.17
U S MEDICAL LICENSING
203 0001453106 244.33
AUSTIN'S AUTO ACCESSORIES LLC
204 0001453124 31.59
CEDAR LAKES RV PARK & CAMPGRND
205 0001453134 35.28
CUSTOM MAINTENANCE CLEANING


206 0001453170


16.25


PICKARD MICHAEL JR
207 0001453171 14.14
THE TREASURE SHACK
208 0001453175 3.70
RICHARDS GARY
209 0001453189 34.47
SPEEDZONE
210 0001453195 33.03
RENEW SYSTEMS OF FLORIDA INC
211 0001453205 10.90
MILLER DONALD HTG & A/C
212 0001453295 150.45
NOUVEAU PASTRIES
213 0001453307 7.12
GUNNELLS GEORGE LAWN CARE &
214 0001453335 11.64
J & J TREECHASE
215 0001453379 40.94
ANDY'S LAWN CARE
216 0001453381 16.79
SUMNER BUILDERS INC
217 0001453406 124.53
FINDLEY BURLIN H & ANESE K
218 0001453427 . 29.16
BROOKS ELECTRIC INC
219 0001453452 191.20
S & S SERVICES DBA
220 0001453464 911.35
L & H LOGGING
221 0001453607 20.72
CUSTOM OAK MANUFACTURING
222 0001453616 2,184.45
DAVID'S LAND CLEARING
223 0001453705 44.84
PARKER BRIAN R & KATRINA R
224 0001453709 69.03
NORTH FLORIDA DIESEL & HEAVY
225 0001453713 53.06
MULL AVERETTE
226 0001453716 1,026.25
WILLIAM'S TRANSMISSION
227 0001453719 2,712.04
HAWK MEDIA'INC
228-0001453727 37.47
AWESOMEDEV CONSULTING INC
229 0001453732 82.90
MCGUYRE WELL DRILLING
230 0001453738 351.76
OPTIPOINT EYEWEAR
231 0001453763 66.20
D & D LAWN CARE
232 0001453905 2,453.35
JASON LEE LANDCLEARING INC
233 0001453915 18.27
LLOYD HINOTE MEMORIALS
234 0001453939 4.20
JETT RINK INC
235 0001453944 11.24
JONES ROBERT
236 0001453946 888.32
ACE HARDWARE OF NAVARRE INC
237 0001453949 316.18
EARTHWORKS LAWN & LANDSCAPING
238 0001453952 33.09
CURVES FOR WOMEN
239 0001454008 37.87
VIC'S BEE FARM
240 0001454168 120.14
BOLES ARNOLD & ANN
241 0001454197 44.75
AMERICA ONLINE INC
242 0001454222 7.98
RMB DEVELOPMENT INC.
243 0001454237 44.37
DESIGNERS' SOURCE OF PENSACOLA
244 0001454264 4.79
NORTHROP & NORTHROP BLDG PTRP
245 0001454283 177.50
JAY FUNERAL HOME
246 0001454303 8.44
NEW AGE VENDING
247 0001454309 15.00
PROFESSIONAL WALLCOVERING
248 0001454314 8.43
NAVARRE TEX INC
249 0001454321 334.31
SHORT CALL INC
250 0001454336 4.51
NORTHROP HOMES & CONSTRUCTION
251 0001454361 19.15
NATURE FIRST
252 0001454396 95.59
THE SIGN STOP
253 0001454402 118.42
STUMPKNOC ENTERPRISE
254 0001454413 52.09
THE LIGHTING SHOWROOM INC
255 0001454418 13.66
BRIDGE BUILDERS COUNSELING &
256 0001454421 51.22
MAGNOLIA ANTIQUE MALL (DBA)
257 0001454424 2,270.52
PAMFEST PRODUCTIONS INC
258 0001454427 308.99
MUSTAFA AKKAN
259 0001454446 9.17
MASSAGE THERAPY BY
260 0001454470 16.29
STORK NEWS
261 0001454493 90.23
OGBURN REALTY INC
262 0001454525 9.29
DONE WRIGHT JANITORIAL SERVICE
263 0001454534 1,589.55
ASBURY PLACE OF GULF BREEZE IN
264 0001454669 16.92
SHEAR DESIRE
265 0001454676 58.59
TERESA'S STYLE SHOP
266 0001454681 165.59
FUREVER FRIENDS INC


267 0001454682 11,227.06
COYOTE LAND CO INC
268 0001454686 107.92
TRIPLE B LAWN SERVICE
269 0001454689 121.45
RUSTY NAIL DBA
270 0001454701 14,859.89
BAY BEACH HOTEL LLC
271 1454103097 _ 844.15
DURA-MED SOUTHEAST-NO
272 3001454752 665.47
APPRIVER LLC
273 3001454756 160.90
BLACKWATER PLUMBING CO INC
274 3001454757 71.85
BOER GOATS OF BLACKWATER FORCES
275 3001454763 21.22
CARRIE'S ORIGINAL BAR-B-QUE
276 3001454793 1,047.21
AUTOWORX TIRE & AUTOMOTIVE INC
277 3001454890 75.71
LAURA S COLEMAN PA
278 3001454953 17.77
PAINTER & CO (THE)
279 3001454987 83.88
BEST REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS INC
280 3001455073 502.61
PILGRIM'S LAWN MANAGEMENT INC
281 3001455155 8.26
CITIZEN HOME REPAIR AND
282 3001455157 102.93
COASTAL VENDING
283 3001455196 19.08
HONEY DO HOME REPAIR
284 3001455276 6.93
PRO-TECH CONTRACTING & SIDING
285 3001455402 8.60
MICHAEL ELTON BLAIR
286 3001455419 594.66
QUARTZ ENCOUNTERS INC
287 3001455434 387.67
MIKE SHAW'S TREE SERVICE
288 3001455437 143.23
SMITH'S LAWN SERVICE INC
289 3001455521 24.81
CHARLIE BRAD LARKER
290 3001455549 56.54
COACHING YOUTH SPORTS A TO Z
291 3001455558 545.37
SEMI-SANE HOLDINGS LLC
292 3001455568 110.73
J & G AUTO REPAIR
293 3001455572 19.41
JERRY L WEBB ELECTRICAL CONTR
294 3001455613 30.19
R A PITMAN JR HOME BUILDERS
295 3001455688 137.98
JIMMY D STOKES
296 3001455703 99.43
ZHUKOVA LAW LLC
297 3001455759 13.80
J PETERMAN CONSULTING
298 3001455821 . 46.65
BCH DISTRIBUTING
299 3001455858 34,144.72
SOLID WASTE HAULERS OF FLORIDA
300 3001455882 526.09
WATSON'S RIVERRUN MARINA INC
301 3001455987 8.24
MANATEE POOL SUPPLY
302 3001455993 925.73
MIDWAY METAL ROOFING & MORE
303 3001456046 , 12.37
TAYLORMAN SERVICE CO
304 3001456181 90.93
KATHERINE'S FAMILY RESTAURANT
305 3001456197 20.38
TERRY MARTIN SERVICES
306 3001456287 21.04
CREATIVE CONTRACTORS LLC
307 3001456294 123.34
FIRST COMMAND FINANCIAL
308 3001456309 149.21
FOAMSEAL INSULATION SYSTEMS
309 3001456316 99.54
GULF BREEZE ORTHODONTIC LAB
310 3001456325 1,258.04
AVALON TEXACO
311 3001456524 15.10
LISA LATER'S CLEANING SERVICE
312 3001456529 12.05
BREEZE'S BEST FLOORING
313 3001456534 288.81
MEDICAL ASSOCIATES LTD LLC
314 3001456575 22.53
RUSSELL A KELLEY
315 3001456610 8.38
SIMS ELECTRIC CO INC
316 3001456631 37.90
JOSEPH GOODEN JR CONSTRUCTION
317 3001456658 1,462.41
ADVANCED INTERIOR SOLUTIONS
318 3001456712 205.11
S R W FIREWORKS INC
319 3001456756 726.01
TIM SOWELL ROOFING
320 3001456924 376.71
TYLER'S AUTO SERVICE INC
321 3001456967 4.16
CHECKFREEPAY CORPORATION
322 3001456969 2,441.20
DOWNS COLLISION CENTER INC
323 3001457028 259.69
WESLEY'S TREE & MARINE
324 3001457071 12.38
PATTERSON LIGHTING
325 3001457134 926.81
ELITE TANNING SALON
326 3001457193 14.15
MONTGOMERY ROBERT B (RENTAL)
327 3001457213 54.62
DAVID A TSIKURIS
328 3001457278 38.44
A & J MOBILE HOME SERVICE INC
329 3001458801 152.23
THOMAS L BROWN MD & ASSOC
330 4001457462 13.42
JAMES GILBERT
331 4001457478 94.28
MOORE BETTER INSHORE FISHING
332 4001457524 409.31
A & D PROPERTY MANAGEMENT &
333 4001457576 59.63
CHIROCARE OF GULF BREEZE INC
334 4001457584 5.41
COMMON SENSE COMMODITIES
335 4001457611 72.74
FAVORED FLOORING COMPANY
336 4001457646 16.01
LASER THERAY SOLUTIONS















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337 4001457661 43.07
OFFICE LOUNGE THE
338 4001457672 25.36
R & R FIXER UPPER
339 4001457695 85.39
STROUD CONSTRUCTION INC
340 4001457715 416.18
TOPS CHOICE HAMBURGERS #2 INC
341 4001457863 45.86
MICHAEL E BURROUGHS SR INC
342 4001457968 3.92
SHERRI PALERMO
343 4001457994 18.79
BOB'S HANDYMAN SERVICES LLC
344 4001458264 56.24
MCREILLY INC
345 4001458297 62.46
INSPIRATIONS
346 4001458329 151.45
R & R IRRIGATION/HYDROSEED INC
347 4001458349 12.28
ANCHOR CLEANING SERVICE
348 4001458437 15.81
JEFF GARRETTS LAWN MAINTENANCE
349 4001458441 9.06
JIMMIE JONES TILE
350 4001458462 12.25
MARIE DAVIS MASTER CRUISE
351 4001458473 5.81
MRS CATHERINES SHISH KO BOBS
352 4001458477 8.88
NICHOLAS W VAN HOOSEN
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PIT STOP BAR & GRILL
354 4001458511 31.65
SADLERS SWEET TREATS
355 4001458520 6.68
SIMPLIFIED ACCOUNTING &
356 4001458562 3.99
LINDA TULLER CLEANING SERVICE
357 4001458626 70.47
THREADS OF DISTINCTION
358 4001458693 5,784.55
FDS CONSTRUCTION INC
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DAGWOODS DELI DELITES
360 4001458840 16.65
A TO Z TERMITE & PEST SVC LLC
361 4001458873 4.73
EVELYN REITER PAINTING
362 4001458920 5.99
SUNSHINE DWLLINGS
363 4001459225 45.76
THATCHER CHERYL S
364 4001459263 20.07
ACE BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I
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BOOKER TRIM
366 4001459303 6.44
CES PROMOTIONS
367 4001459341 18.22
FOUR POINT FITNESS
368 4001459360 6.65
CENTER FOR MIND BODY & SPIRIT
369 4001459382 11.51
KATHY TURNER TRUCKING
370 4001459385 13.85
KISS MY FISH ENTERPRISES
371 4001459487 7.98
RWV ENTERPRISES INC
372 4001459632 24.03
GULF COAST CONSTRUCTION INC
373 4001459657 8.20
DAVIS VENDING INC
374 4001459672 38.88
JONES LIFT SERVICE
375 4001459761 9.76
BOBBY RAY TUTOR
376 4001459771 27.18
CONCRETE COWBOYS INC
377 4001459839 9.06
DWIGHT MALON INC
378 4001459859 4.49


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TAMMY'S LAWN & SOD INC
379 4001459869 874.31
INTELLIGENT MGT SOLUTIONS
380 4001459876 35.42
J C J HAULING INC
381 4001459883 45.16
KEVIN ASHCRAFT CONSTRUCTION
382 4001459936 4,294.00
TREE CARE BY RWB
383 4001459951 108.76
WORLDLINK TECHNOLOGIES (WECM)
384 4001459973 79.15
DRY JECT TURF PROS INC
385 4001459993 90.15
BREEZE PACKING MOVING AND
386 4001460013 99.73
PARKMORE STORAGE INC
387 4001460019 4.78
RICHARD MOSLEY CONST INC
388 4001460146 41.84
PATRICIA S GILBERT
389 4001460157 14.49
FIVEASH & ASSOCIATES PA
390 4001460206 997.92
MIKES BIG T FAMILY RESTAURANT
391 4001460253 1,113.20
R & H MASONRY CONTRACTORS INC
392 4001460301 231.98
EHLING INSURANCE & INVEST INC


393 4001460305


138.81


SCOTT WEIGEL PAINTING INC
394 4001460307 33.97
SANTA ROSA AUTO GLASS INC
395 4001460312 837.86
AEGEAN BREEZE INC
396 4001460319 1,124.08
B & B PETRO INC
397 5001450067 7,020.70
EXXON FUEL EXPRESS
398 5001450114 12.95
THE CEDAR CHEST LLC
399 5001450135 184.06
WHATEVER III
400 5001450148 192.94
CUSTOM TOUCH CABINETRY INC
401 5001450265 8.12
M G ELECTRONICS
402 5001450276 133.64
NW FL CONTRACTORS SERVICE INC
403 5001450278 3.96
NDC PAYROLL SERVICES
404 5001450281 334.05
OWENS LETTER PRESS
405 5001450303 27.07
RUTLANDS PRESSURE CLEANING
406 5001450363 516.58
DOUBLE CREEK LLC
407 5001450426 307.19
MORGAN INVESTMENT SERVICES INC
408 5001450439 15.58
CREATIVE CONSTRUCTION CONCEPTS
409 5001450507 83.98
E HESEMAN APPRAISAL GROUP
410 5001450531 5.64
BUILD KNOWLEDGE SERVICES
411 5001450594 4.89
THE MOWER MEDIC
412 5001450673 8.37
KELLY'S PIES
413 5001450801 6.56
BILBREY TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
414 5001450869 4.64
GLOBAL HOME BUILDERS LLC
415 5001450885 72.38
JOHN CREGUT INC
416 5001450905 7.23
PREFERRED PAINTING
417 5001451057 11.71
SCOTTY MCGEES HYDRO-WASHING .
41.8 5001451063 8.89
ARTFAUX DESIGN
419 5001451073 27.93
ITS YOUR CHOICE


420 5001451074 3.b1
KATHIE KIRKLAND
421 5001451090 13.89
B-WELL
422 5001451093 9.66
CLEVELAND MOTOR COMPANY INC
423 5001451114 82.98
VERIZON WIRELESS PHONE SALES
424 5001451152 390.14
SCOTT LA COSTE CONSTRUCTION
425 5001451168 7.81
SASSER CREATIVE
426 5001451192 79.35
CRESCENT STUDIO
427 5001451234 3.88
GUY BREWER'S MAINT & REPAIR
428 5001451237 12.66
JOE FINCH
429 5001451247 532.09
SUPERIOR SERVICES & SUPPLY INC
430 5001451277 6.82
S & J COMPANY LLC
431 5001451322 153.66
GULF COAST SOUTHERN LANDSCAPE
432 5001451345 9.76
RICH TEA INTERNATIONAL
433 5001451381 40.48
DARREN WALKER CUSTOM DRYWALL
434 5001451655 177.96
JC PAINTING PLUS INC
435 5001451656 7.07
THE BAREFOOT PAINTER
436 5001451766 199.05
ARROW EMBROIDERY INC
437 5001451779 18.38
NEW CASTLE CONSTRUCTION


438 5001451781


103.76


REMEDY CONCRETE SERVICE LLC
439 5001451814 157.08
SOUTHERN PRIDE PLUMBING INC
440 5001451820 59.38
COUNTRY SIDE TREE SERVICE
441 5001451824 25.01
SESSIONS WHITE & NORTHROP
442 5001451837 15.47
AQUA-TITE HOME RENOVATIONS
443 5001451876 3,597.49
PANHANDLE AEROSPACE LLC
444 5001451931 11.41
CARPENTER & SONS
445 5001451950 51.36
J & T DRYWALL LLC
446 5001451982 9.95
TIM HOGAN HANDYMAN
447 5001452020 27.54
COASTAL RECOVERY SERVICES
448 5001452074 50.61
LONE WOLF CONTRACTORS INC
449 5001452092 59.40
SKINSATIONS SKIN CARE STUDIO
450 5001452097 43.50
TUNED CIRCUITS INC
451 5001452128 18.32
PAMELA HOLT HOME SERVICES
452 5001452130 14.12
ADVANCED LIGHTING & DESIGN
453 5001452140 30.87
RANDALL WATT LLC
454 5001452160 8.01
FIELDS DISCOUNT ROOFING
455 5001452161 6.82
THE OHIO ROOFING CO LLC
456 5001452304 40.43
SITEPRO
457 5001452331 144.47
JOHN STOKES TRIM INC
458 5001452352 313.62
ANOTHER PAK & SHIP INC
459 5001452377 56.43
K-JAX INC
460 5001452391 175.67
MR BUILDINGS & SERVICES INC
461 5001452427 58.10


ITS A BREEZE PICTURE FRAMING
462 5001452428 142.23
KLEEN CREDIT
463 5001452452 89.90
HEADS UP FOXHOUND KENNEL
464 5001452457 959.80
EXPRESSIONS INC
465 5001452461 1,366.63
GULF COAST PHYSICIAN PARTNERS-P
466 5001452471 180.91
FULL-UPS FOOD STORES INC
467 5001452503 4,014.55
ATLANTIC ASPHALT SERVICES INC
468 5001452595 24.88
ALL WEATHER FENCE
469 5001452615 50.38
MICHAEL A BURNS ATTORNEY.
470 5001452626 45.68
2 SISTERS CONSULTING & DESIGN
471 5001452638 966.39
BEST LANDSCAPING LLC
472 5001452681 44.05
LACOSTE FARMS
473 6001450035 65.34
DIGITAL HEARING INSTRUMENTS
474 6001450045 29.94
SOUTHERN HERITAGE REALTY NWF
475 6001450050 271.45
SUPERIOR POWDER COATING INC .
476 6001450095 95.14
SCRUBBA DOG SPA
477 6001450115 51.89
SAND CASTLE FAUX DESIGNS LLC
478 6001450139 84.74
DAVE'S FEED & SEED
479 6001450146 27.22
STONEWORKS OF NORTH FLORIDALLC
480 6001450147 68.82
JOHN N HUGHES III CONSTRUCTION
481 6001450153 11.34
SOUTHCOAST CONSTRUCTION OF THE
482 6001450166 1,522.71
RAAW INVESTMENTS LLC
483 6001450197 44.76
BRUSH STROKES OF AMERICA INC
484 6001450267 1,576.95
R & M CONSTRUCTION LLC
485 6001450367 450.14
GUY BREWER'S CONSTRUCTION
486 6001450369 6.82
"WE SHOW UP" RE-MODELERS INC
487 6001450405 24.18
TRG HANDYMAN
488 6001450426 20.89
, JEFF MOORE ENTERPRISES INC
489 6001450434 26.13
ONE WAY CARPENTRY LLC
490 6001450462 366.72
RENFRO & SONS LAWN CARE INC
491 6001450482 18.24
GOOD NEIGHBOR FENCE CO
492 6001450629 30.89
RALEIGH SAMFORD & SON
493 6001450667 704.87
A+ TRACTOR SERVICE & MORE
494 6001450742 14.76
BROUSSARD LLC
495 6001450819 236.23
TLC NAIL & SPA
496 6001450842 69.27
ONCE UPON A TIME LLC
497 6001450852 26.14
FIGG'S GIFTS & HOME DECOR LLC
498 6001450896 31.10
MICHAEL POLLARD CO (THE)
499 6001450898 13.42
CAMPUSTEXTBOOKS.COM
500 6001450909 53.07
AMERICAS SUPER FLOORING
501 6001450920 50.38
PABCS INC
502 6001450947 20.55
BUDGET HOUSE PAINTING &


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527 6001451659 12.97
CARPET & TILE HEADQUARTERS
528 6001451660 13.08
ARCHER TAX AND ACCOUNTING SRVC
529 6001451667 253.14
KLEEN KORNERS LLC
530 6001451707 242.65
PRIORITIES SPORTS & FITNESS
531 6001451708 76.84
MIDWAY INSURANCE OF NW FL INC
532 6001451783 45.90
CLEAR SKYES CONST INC
533 6001451786 " 28.02
TUSCAN SUN INC
534 6001451790 127.53
NEC FINANCIAL SERVICES INC(GB)
535 6001451793 50.14
DNP CONSTRUCTION INC
536 6001451811 1,730.75
VOGT CONCRETE PUMPING INC
537 6001451859 18.87
RAIL TRUSTS EQUIPMENT INC
538 6001451861 5.72
RAIL TRUSTS EQUIPMENT INC
539 6001451877 24.94
ACAPULCO OF NAVARRE INC
540 6001451894 58.33
NAILTIPS
541 6001451906 32.06
SANSCARTA LLC
542 6001451908 486.63
HUGHES PRODUCTIONS


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503 6001451035 6.33
SORENSEN MICHAEL & CONNIE
504 6001451037 698.59
O'DANIEL MARINE CONSTRUCTION
505 6001451056 223.48
JIMMY PHILLIPS LANDSCAPING
506 6001451131 10.82
MICHAEL NIPPER P A
507 6001451173 8.72
THE HAPPY COMPANY INC
508 6001451175 9.33
DOUBLE H TRUCKING INC
509 6001451194 91.59
D & J MAINTENANCE LLC
510 6001451225 49.78
HART'S YARD WORK
511 6001451230 486.20
SOUTHERN GUNITE CONST INC
512 6001451249 58.56
SOUTHERN BREEZE BROADBAND INC
513 6001451261 1,122.59
JERNIGANS EQUIPMENT RENTAL
514 6001451281 49.36
MICHELLE SCHWAIGER
515 6001451286 579.61
GENT'S FORMAL WEAR
516 6001451290 8.30
WEBB MEMORIALS
517 6001451330 3.42
JAMES KUNERT LLC
518 6001451393 367.20
PACE MINI-MART
519 6001451401 54.79
WAYNE COLE HOME INSPECTIONS
520 6001451511 9.77
BLG CARPENTRY
521 6001451538 80.34
RUTLANDS LANDSCAPING
522 6001451553 848.71.
L & T ENTERPRISES LLC
523 6001451576 924.76
FL CLAIMS CONSULTANT OF
524 6001451582 152.99
WHISPERING PINES OF
525 6001451625 36.56
MARTIAL ARTS AMERICA INC (P)
526 6001451633 690.98
SHERRIE G STEWART INC















Community



r Local schools win nutrition awards


Lisa Frappampina, formerly of Pace, and granddaughter of Terry &
Sue Jernigan of Pace, recently donated her hair to Locks of Love. Her
hair will be used to provide hairpieces for disadvantaged children
under the age of 18, who are suffering from long-term medical hair ,
loss. Lisa now resides in Madison, Mississippi.
(Submitted photo)


Santa Rosa County School
officials just returned from the
Florida School Nutrition
Association Annual Convention
in Orlando. Over 1,000 food
service professionals were in
attendance from across the
United States. Diane Santoro
(Director DOE Food &
Nutrition), Tim Tankersley
(President FSNA and Food
Service Director, Leon County),
State of Florida Food Service


Directors and lots of school
food service employees from
across Florida were in atten-
dance. Santa Rosa was
announced six times at the gen-
eral assembly as State of
Florida winners for the awards
listed below. Pictures were
taken as Santa Rosa Food
Service managers crossed the
stage to accept those awards and
their images and school district
name were displayed on huge


Car show supports


Relay for Life '07


One of Santa Rosa County's
most anticipated summer events
has thrown its support to the
"Relay For Life," a local fund-
raising program to aid the
American Cancer Society for
the second year in a row.
McKenzie Pontiac GMC
Buick in Milton, sponsor of the
Third Annual Classic
Collectible Car Show, has
announced that all proceeds
from the show will be donated
to "Relay for Life."
The car show, scheduled for
Saturday, June 2, at the dealer-
ship location, will feature
exhibitors in a number of differ-
ent categories, including
antique, new production, street
rods, modifieds, and trucks.


Trophies will be awarded to the
top 3 vehicles in each class.
In addition to the cars, there
will be food and refreshment
stands. Visitors can buy raffle
tickets for the chance to win a
32" plasma TV and tickets to
the Nextel Cup Race at
Talladega.
Ed Nixon, coordinator for
both Relay, for Life's First
National Bank Team and the car
show, added, "We are all very
excited about McKenzie's dona-
tion of the proceeds to Relay for
Life. We have a saying that-
'cancer never stops, so we can't
stop' searching for a cure."
For further information,
contact Ed Nixon at 850-623-
9925.


Community Briefs


Retired educators to
hold final 07 meeting
The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators Association
will hold their last meeting for
the year before adjourning for
the summer on Monday, May 21
at 10:00 in its regular meeting
place in the Russell Bldg. on the
campus of Locklin Technical
Center. Dr. Cecilia Hack of
Tallahassee will be the speaker
and will present "Thousands of
Miles and Great Memories",
concerning her travels following
retirement and how other
retirees can enjoy their retire-
nient. There will be a covered
dish luncheon following the
nteeting. All members are
encouraged to attend and new
prospective members are invited
aw;well.
-^
Genealogical Society
tO, meet on Saturday
o "The Genealogical Society
o0'Santa Rosa County sponsors
i4eetings with presentations
designed to enhance the
research of local and family his-
totians on the 3rd Saturday
( iay 19th) of each month at 10
a;f. in the Milton Library
Conference Room, 5541
Adabama Street. At the May
l th meeting, Mr. Dean DeBolt,
ULiversity of West Florida
Librarian, Special Collections,
wAll present newer tools avail-
a le to genealogists in conjunc-
tion with computer and internet
reearch. Anyone with an inter-
est in this continuously develop-
irg field is invited to attend.

Sacred Heart to offer
_Rverse Mortage talk
,. "Use Your Home to stay at
I- me: Understanding How
RPverse Mortgages can Help"
ill be presented at Sacred heart
H'me Care at the corner of
Wright and Tarragona Streets in
downtown Pensacola.
d Annalee Leonard, Reverse
1vrtgage consultant with First
M~iriner Bank/Next Generation
Financial Services, will be the
speaker.
- The presentation will be
held on Wednesday, May 23,
260l7 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
and will be repeated on
Thursday, May 24, 2007 from
130 to 3:30 p.m.,
* Please call 850/934-0704
for more information, directions
anad to register.

KIhights of Columbus
te hold yard sale
, The Knights of Columbus
Council 7027 will host a yard
sale at the Knights Hall in
Milton on Friday, May 18 and
Saturday, May 19. Table rental
is $20 each for vendors. Doors


open at 6 a.m. until 1 p.m. on
Friday, and 7 a.m. to noon on
Saturday.
Proceeds from the table
rentals will go to support local
charities in our community.
If interested in selling,
please call (850) 712-8935 or
(850) 623-6502 and leave a
voice mail.
Your call will be returned.
Organizers say, "plan on
being there, as a vendor or a
buyer-it's a great way to sup-
port local charities, turn some of
your 'treasures' into cash or find
that perfect 'treasure' you've
been looking for."

Redevelopment board.
sets May 17 meeting
The City of Milton's
Downtown Redevelopment
Advisory Board meeting has
been scheduled for Thursday,
May 17, at 1 p.m. in the Council
Chambers at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. All meetings are
open t the public. For more
information, contact the City of
Milton's Planning &
Development Department at
850/983-5440.

New Doll Club forms
in Santa Rosa area
A new doll club in Santa
Rosa County is being formed. It
is open to everyone from age 8
to 108. The Friends and Family
Doll Club is being organized by
Jerrine Drennan, who is a 12-
year member of the United
Federation of Doll Clubs, and a
life-long doll collector.
Regular meetings are
planned for the 4th Tuesday of
each month. (May 22,) from 4
p.m. until 6 p.m.
This time the meeting will
be held at Red Barn Restaurant.
For more information call 891-
9254.

Photography event
set at Dragonfly site
A digital photography
workshop will be held at the
Dragonfly Gallery on May 19
from 10 a,m, to 1 p.m. Cost will
be $20.00, This event is hosted
by the Santa Rosa Arts and
Culture Foundation.
The workshop will be con-
ducted by Milton artist, Sally
Wales. Ms. Wales has been cre-
ating photographic memories
for the last 20 years and her spe-
cialty is portrait photography,
Ms Wales is a life long Santa_
Rosa County resident and teach-
es math at Milton High School.
Her beginning digital cam-
era workshop is designed to
introduce students to basic pic-
ture taking and instructions for
edition photos with different
software.
Participants will need to


provide their own digital camera
with a USB cord.
Although not required for
participation, a laptop computer
would be an added benefit,
organizers say.
The workshop will be con-
ducted at the Dragonfly Galley
located at 5188 Escambia Street
in historic downtown Milton.
The workshop has limited
space, therefore to make your
reservations contact Sally Wales
at photosbysally@bellsouth.net.
Or call (850) 623-9382.


MARGARET REITZ-Ms.
Northwest Florida Senior


Margaret Reitz is
Ms. Northwest Florida
Senior contest winner
Margaret Reitz was the win-
ner of the 7th annual Northwest
Florida Senior pageant for
2007.
Reitz was one out of twenty
contestants this year competing
for the crown. "She showed
such grace during the pageant,"
officials noted.
Reitz was born and raised in
Defuniak Springs. She enjoyed
traveling, the world before mar-
rying her husband at age 40. She
enjoyed cruises to Alaska and
touring Europe.
Reitz is an accomplished
author of her book "Went with
the Wind."
"Reitz truly took the pag-
eant with her love of entertain-
ing the crowd with her humor
and love of making others
laugh," say officials at the
Heritage of Santa Rosa. "We are
proud of her accomplishment in
receiving the Crown this ..year.
Congratulations to you Ms.
Queen Margaret."

Sacred Heart offers
diabetes management
Education is the key to suc-
cessfully managing diabetes.
People who have been diag-
nosed with diabetes are encour-
aged to participate in Sacred
Heart Hospital's series of dia-
betes education classes,
"Diabetes Made Simple."
Participants may choose
from three different options:
Two daytime classes that meet
on Tuesday and Thursday, 9


a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
A total of four evening
classes that meet from 5 to 8:30
p.m. (New evening class ses-
sions begin every six weeks.)
One-on-one sessions are
scheduled for a particular need,
such as instruction on how to
prepare and give insulin.
In addition, Sacred Heart
offers a "Diabetes in
Pregnancy" I class on
Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Classes are conveniently
located on the first floor of
Sacred Heart Hospital in the
Traditions classroom., Free valet
parking is available at Sacred
Heart's main entrance on Ninth
Avenue. To sign up, participants
must have a physician referral.
For more information, please
call (850)' 416-7261.

Baptist Hospital offers
non-surgical weight
management program
. Baptist Bariatric Center
presents "Create Your Weight,"
an innovative," personalized;
non-surgical weight manage-
ment program facilitated by a
registered dietitian using a non-
diet approach. The program
assists individuals in achieving
healthy weight goals by teach-
ing nutrition, understanding
food labels, dining out and
recipe modifications, behavior
modifications, exercise and
more. Individual appointments
and group classes available.
A free informational semi-
nar about the program will be
May 22 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30
p.m. in Baptist Hospital's
Heritage Room. Reservations
are requested. For more infor-
mation, call (850) 434-4080.

Meet the Doctors:
Bariatric Surgeons J.
David Nye, M.D. and
Glenn Burleson, M.D.
Learn about obesity, treat-
ment options and bariatric serv-
ices at Baptist Hospital.
A meet-the-doctor program
will be held on May 23 at 6:30
p.m. in the medical meeting
rooms of - Baptist Medical
Towers, located at 1717 North E
Street.
Bariafric surgeons- J. David
Nye, M.D. and Glenn Burleson,
M.D. will provide information
on weight-loss surgery--includ-
ing the new lap band surgery-
and non-surgical treatment
options for morbid obesity.
This meeting is free, but
reservations are requested. For
information, call (850) 434-
4080.

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Outstanding Manager of the
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Maria Joiner. Purpose: To rec-
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butions of school foodservice
and nutrition to managers who
manage effective programs that
provide healthful, appetizing,
and nutritious meals to students.
Nutrition Award - School:
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Purpose: To recognize those
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development, and. implementa-
tion of nutrition education
activities that reach every
region, district, and school in
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Super School Award -
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Purpose: To recognize an
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most new Florida School
Nutrition Association members
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Smart Start Award - School:
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school for their outstanding pro-
motional activities during
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HONOR ROLLS


S.S. Dixon
Intermediate

Third Grade "A" Honor Roll
Shelby Neal, Abigail
Carden, Nathan Andreo, Ashton
Majors, Dallam Pettus, Adrian
Hattan, Tyler Krause, Matthew
Fausti, Ashlynn Aglipay, Tyler
Smith, Austin Spaar, Trevor
Easley, Christian Shell,
Octavious Watson, Andrew
Hand, Shelby Gormley, Tristin
Patane, Matthew Ayala, Coltin
Clark, Jacob Hartley, Mikaela
Johnson, Maddie Knorr, Mary
Katherine Ashford, Claire
Browning, Collin Carpenter,
Kim Clemmons, Ellie Johnson,
Ben Martin, Emily Walker,
Carolyn Jenson, Garrett Smith,
Allen Westerkom, Eric Alford,
Bailey English, Sean Ennis,
Brooke Hierholzer, Kendall
Jordan, Brenna Rowland, Tyler
Seibel, Dana Siyufy, Elizabeth
Watkins, Sarah Faulkner, Maria
Moulyet, Baleigh Perritt, Austin
Van Norman, Demetre
Williams, Michael Batterton,
Will Bercot, Kristina Cox, Ian
Craven, Bailey Daughtry,
Alyssa Quigley, Jerry Robinson,
Austin Rowell, Shelby Ricker,
Kelsey Mobley, Scott Knecht;

Third "A & B" Honor Roll
Justin Lewis, Brandon
Abbott, Amber Angeles, Tyler
Brisby, Taylor Morgan, Mitchell
Enfinger, Amanda Gillespie,
Darriana McCrary, Abigail
Miller, Samantha Sanders,
Avery Brown, Zachary
McPheeters, Madison Newton,
Paul Boshard, Caitlyn Edwards,
Brenna Fieleke, Daniel LeMay,
Elizabeth Raybon, Aaron Zajac,
Isaac Smith, Nicole Needles,
Kaitlyn Meadows, Carley
Lambert, Christian
Johannemann, Gwendolyn
Head, Katelyn Goodson,
Brandon Covan, Danielle
Bryant, Courtney Dochstader,
Mark Solimon, Braxton
Patridge, Nikki Callander, Cole
Shellnut, Alayanna. Aglipay,
Dalton Ballard, Anjelica
Desoto, Janitzy Flores, Kaelyn
Martin, Phillip Stotts, Aaron
Robinson, Taylene Martinez,
Adam LaFlamme, Samantha
Kummer, Emerald Green,
Elizabeth Minotti, Haley
Passmore, Dylan Rogers,
Emilee Taylor, Alex Archer,
Zachary Bonesteel, Walker
Carroll, Allison Carter, Buddy
Coffield, Anna Moulyet, Billy
Mount, Chris Shropshire,
Stephen Worth-Coates, Megan
Lally, Adam Dunn, Aly Bly,
Taylor Cobb, Colton Easterling,
Storm Howell, Dylan Peaden,
Madilynn Peek, Cougar Perritt,
Makailey Piland, Matt Teel,
Leaf Ballast, Gage Edwards,
Jillian Godwin, Dannielle
Laborte, Kaitlynn Menke,
Bryceon Snowman, Talia
Trematerra, Logan Brabham,
Shelby Bruno, Hunter Burklow,
Cortni Cameron, Austin
Carpenter, Justin Clark, Lilly
Dwiggins, Jack Northrup,
Mikayla Ranieri-Sorrells,
Savanna Shiver, Tyler Atkins,
Faith Ballard, Noah Channell,
Kailey Lincke, Jillian McCoy,
Jacob Salter, Carlee Smith, Alex
Sudduth, Jasmin Antonious,
Madison Chambers, Rylie
Huber, Rachel King, Dylan
Sizemore, Lexy Small, Gavin
White;

4th Grade "A" Honor Roll
Amber Moynihan, Lauren
Minnick, Audrey Brandt,
Serena Colvin, Austin Coultier,
Kailyn Adams, Mary Kate
Blaylock, Kaitlynn Cannon,
Brett Cotton, Meghan Richards,
Gabe Scott, Nick Stone,
Adrienne Trematerra, Marissa
Walker, Megan Bolton,
Courtney Douglas, Berkeley
Fortune, Jake Groves, Shayna
Kelley, Kyle Kvartek, Caroline
Mayne, Kiersten Richardson,
Dina Soliman, Madisyn Walker,
Jaycee Crisco, Cadon Harris,
Sinclair Bilton, Taylor Easley,
Katie Mahaffey, Mikaela
Windle, Leah Randolph,
Madison Tomlinson, Amanda


Vasquez, Emily Austraw, Chloe
Johnson, Sarah Stark, Ashley
Kummer, Will Whitfield, Olivia
Ashcraft, Jarrod Colley,
Madeline McCammon, Emily
Miller, Beth Cunningham,
Taylor Scanlon, Aaron Edge,
Reid Grant, Autumn Hinote,
Savannah Kuss, Chase Lambert,
Preston Peranich;


4th Grade "A/B" Honor Roll
Jacob Heath, Josie Blum,
Deon Black, Abbie Bower,
Joshua Fields, Ian Garland,
Grayson Martin, Shakira
Phillips, Samantha Pluff, Ashli
Strength, Colton Brown, David
Edwards, Madison Edwards,
Kendall Robarge, Bryan Shy,
Skylar Jordan, Savannah
Wilson, Hannah Abrams,
Marina Cody, Bradley Ezekiel,
Ashley Rogers, Chloe Hicks,
Kaleb Kvartek, Kellison Shell,
Christina Showalter, Laiken
Stinson, Mason Gosselin,
Katharine Harrell, Cheyenne
Kellum, Jordan Moore, Chase
Moulder, Alexius Scott,
Brittany Williams, Taylor
Cawthon, Grant Giles,
Cheyenne Joseph, Slade
Jarman, Marisa Martin, David
Perritt, Mariah Philpot, Guy
Schlosser, Aerial Viars, Hannah
Corcoran, T.J. Flaherty, Andrew
Hart, Cassie Heck, Wesley
Lasseter, Ashley McLatchie,
Dylan Wood, Tannor Dowdall,
Tyler Emmons, John David
Ford, Karah Franklin, Christian
Lee, Emilee Lewis, Miranda
McBride, Taylor McBroom,
Corey O'Steen, Calvin Pham,
Kody Anderson, Cassidy
Barrow, Joey Bragg, Anthony
Brown, Tyla Cohen, Donovan
Connolly, Max Gray, Shannon
Herring, Kristina LaRose,
Whitney Miller, Shereka
Richards, Morgan Woolum,
Danielle Ross, Anna Barfield,
Alexis Harrellson, Kate Liggett,
Reghan Robinson, Sierra
Wilson, Brittany Yates, Gerald
Beaty, Tom Samoluk, Breanna
Shell, Blake Towson, Dylan
Kasper, Tatyana Hendricks,
Payton Box, Max Brown, Taylor
Havens, Hannah McKinley,
Trinity Richburg, Kyler Tinkler,
Allison Tislow, McKenna
Wilson, Lacy Boyd, Payton
Carpenter, Kenzie Finnan,
Brynna Miller, Tristen Pearson,
Kaitlyn Taguiam, Hunter
Dugard;

Fifth Grade "A" Honor Roll
Celia Andreo, Stephen
Broz, Elizabeth Gordon, Brooke
Macmurtrie, Sarah Oppenheim,
Silva Alfonso, Sarah Smith,
Christopher Stevens, Joseph


Watkins, Claire Pierson,
Hannah Harley, Will Haynes,
Austin Jones, Jacob Fausti,
Derick Peebles, Opal Pham,
Alissa Ball, Travis Elliott,
Rachel Hutton, Taylor Simpson,
Riley Bitely, Kennedy Hand,
Tynan Kennedy, Anna Lambert,
Steve Miller, Houston Ramsay,
Madeline Smith, Sarah Beal,
Lauren Burke, Emilee Decelle,
Jacob Heim, Elizabeth Stafford,
Josh Stranzl, Colton Currier,
Justin Gormley, Jenna Keremes,
Kathryn Walker, Riley Akins,
Shelby Davis, Cassady Hughes,
Amy Russo, Luke Seager,
Rachel Short, Jayme Tharp, and
Carlos Victoriano;

Fifth Grade
"A/B" Honor Roll
Leeann Brown, Austin
Clark, Dylan Densel, Cameron
Fall, Kaila Lambert, Hannah
Scott, Katelyn Burkhart, Carrie
Holsonback, Jacob Jackson,
Kayla Morgan, Nicole Mullins,
Viviana Nava, Julie Slichter,
Allison Strachan, Caroline
Torrens, Alexandra Hobbs,
Hayley Ballinger, Jessica Bird,
Ireri Dominguez, Brian
Godwin, Corey Johnson, Kiana
LaBombard, Randi Armstrong,
Shannon Czako, Sam Gillespie,
Micalia Goodyear, Megan
Hackelberg, Makayla
Kreakbaum, McCalla Locklin,
Katelyn Medley, Cassie Pierce,
Travis Robbins, Kendal
Schneider, Alec Thompson,
Tristan Tilton, Rionna Wages,
Andrew Ball, Jordyn Bass, Matt
Long, Lindsee Miller, Brooke
Neal, Andrew O'Connor, Trevor
Smith, Ben Spotts, AJ
Weskerkom, Jesse Alvar6,
Jamie Brown, Mark Hutto,
Emily Johnston, Alexa Jordan,
Amber Kimmons, Neil
Laramer, Hailey Pangbum, Tr6
Thomas, Taylor Williams,
Savannah Almeida, Brandon
Grantham, Macy Gilbert,
Amanda Davis, Cameron
Lockett, Brett Bordelon,
Gabrielle Brinkmeier, Graeson
Burchett, Courtney Coffield,
Shayne Crawford, Tyler
Crutchfield, Mallory Faulkner,
Kate Furman, Amber Gordon,
Brooke Hawkins, Tiffani
Johnson, Kaitlyn Lewis,


Melanie Miller, Lauren
Prescott, Michael Robinson,
Zachery Timmons, Jace Baxley,
Jordan Bicasan, Tyler Brabham,
Kayla Braddock, Ashton
Brooks, Lexie Burklow, Nick
Bush, Kelli Considine, Tyson
Kee, Stephen Lash, Tiffany
Sierman, Daniel Smyers Alegre,
Trevor Strange.

Berryhill Elementary
School

Third Grade "A":
Anderson, Hannah; Arce,
Miranda; Blue, Olivia; Brewer,
Alli; Britton, Mary Sloan;
Brown, Paige; Courey, Sarah;
Dawson, Chloe; Durbin, Chase;
Covington, Scarlett; Durrence,
Amber; Finney, Matthew;
Fleuranvil, Jasmin; Frazier,
Timothy; Hooke, Jeannette;
Hooks, Emily; Hopkins, Belle;
Hughes, Larissa; Jalomo,
Danielle; Jalomo, Rebekah;
Johnston, Colt; Jones, Devante;
Joyner, Emily; Kennedy,
Audrie; Lopez, Isabelle;
McAnally, Brenna;
Muhammad, Jamilah;
Nicholson, Jake; Obcena,
Hannah; Raught, Paul; Rawson,
Ethan; Rhodes, Ashlyn;
Ruocco, Jordan; Thompson,
Haleigh; Weatherly, Katie;
Whitfield, Garrett; Williamson,
Laura.

Third Grade "A/B":
Avenarius, Dylan; Barnes,
Shiloh; Berube, Troy; Bone,
Sarah; Borden, Jason; Borden,
Julie; Boyd, Brandon; Boyett,
Lauren; Brewer, Clayton;
Brooks, Tyler; Brown,
Courtney; Clardy, Hannah;
Connell, Chad; Dantzscher,
Evan; Dorminey, Lindsay;
Downs, Alexis; Drueppel, Scott;
Durbin, Shannon; Ferguson,
Garreth; Filardi, Weiland;
Flores, Gabby; Forrest,
Alex; Forte, Taylor; Goodwin,
Dusty; Gordan, Cameron;
Hancock, Matthew; Hobbs,
Tanson; Hughes, Brennon;
Jimenez, Jayda; Jobe, Casey;
Johnson, Berkley; Jones, James;
Jordan, Saige; Karabin,
Michael; Keene, Larry; Leavitt,
Damien; Long, Brandon;
Lozano, Samantha; Moye,


Kayla; Newberry, Logan;
Patterson, Sierra; Paul, Leacy;
Porter, Steven; Preston, Tailer;
Price, Cody; Reed, Skyler;
Ritcheson, Austin; Roberts,
Jacob; Rollins, Jack; Rust,
Kameron; Schulte, Kevin; Sims,
Madison; Sloan, Devin;
Skidmore, Tylor; Turner,
Daniel; Tusler, Morgan;
Tzagakis, Niko; Vaughn, Erica;
Waitman, Amari; Walther,
Madison; Wheeler, Chance;
White, Kelsey; Wiedemann,
Rayne; Williams, Noah; Wright,
Bryan.

Fourth Grade "A":
Adams, Kayla; Adams,
Philip; Beech, Cole; Bowers,
Allyssa; Britton, Mark Allen;
Buckner, Jordan; Chism,
Brittany; Daugette, Devan;
Evans, Delaney; Gentry, Sashia;.
Green, Jabari; Greene, Patrick;
Harris, Andrew; Henderson,
Lauren; Hughes, Tyler; loakim,
Christa; Karabin, Glenn; Kelley,
Breanna; Lutz, Morgan; Miller,
Shane; Muhammad, Jamil;
Newman, Jordan; Ramirez-
Shaner, Africa; Rowell, Miya;
Russell, Emily; Scott, Cecily;
Singh, Jazmyn; Smith, James;
Sparr, Katie; Stankard, Kally;
Thompson, Brandon; Vance,
Haleigh; Walters, Trevor; Webb,
Alexis; Wenig, Tyrie; Williams,
Neena; Wiscaver, Gavin;
Wuesthoff, Eric.

Fourth Grade "A/B":.
Arnaud, Courtney; Bastin,
Kayla; Belcher, Tyler; Bennett,
Zakary; Blevins, Brenden;
Brinkley, Nina; Bryan, Hope;
Busby, Shaina; Catone, Alec;
Chambers, Amanda; Dean,
Johnathon; Douglas, Emily;
Douglas, Robert; Duckworth,
Jasmine; Faircloth, Kyra;
Gardner, Jackson; Gardner,
Joshua; Gregg, Kayla;
Hardage, Wendy; Hair, Mark;
Hemingbrough, Ross;
Hernandez, Angel;
Hite, Breanna; Hofberger,
Autumn; Holmes, Virgil; Hood,
Kaelin; loakim, Brittany;
Jernigan, Kandace; Kissinger,
Sheldon; Lee, Hannah; Lopez,
Antonio; Lunsford, Stephen;
Lutz, Ashleigh; Madison,
Kimberly; Matheny, Kara;


Matthews, Curtis; McCutcheon.
Christian; McDonald, James;
Moulder, Daniel; Nickson.
Marcus; Nowlin, Victoria;
Olivet, McKenna; Owens, Eryn;
Peaden, Brice; Peaden, Cole;
Peake, Noah; Phillips, Curtis:
Pike, Kristen; Pollard, Morgan:
Pursell, Morgari; Ray, Robert:
Riley, Cody; Rollins, Drake;
Spears, Matthew; Stephens,
Benjamin;
Stull, Ryian; Tibbs, Erykah:
Waite, Dillion; Waller, Kaity:
Weekley, Dominique; Williams,
Aunna; Woods, Lindsey.

Fifth Grade "A":
Carrasco, Mia; Cooper.
Mariah; Ellis, Bailey; Hatler.
Matthew; Jernigan, Kandance:
Jordan, Madalyn; Kass, Tyler:
Layton, Wesley; Martin,
Courtney; Mauch, Jimmy:
McCreless, Connor; Metzler.
Alexis; Reed, Samantha:
Sherrard, Jacob;- Spears,
Christopher; Sweat, Colby:
Teuber, Courtney; Wallace.
Sarah.

Fifth Grade "A/B": |
Andrews, Terri; Beasley,
Jackson; Beech, Calvid:
Belcher, Daniel; Billen, Josepb:
Bradley, Savanna; Byrd.
Samantha; Campbell, Victoria.
Clark, Dylan; Collins,
McKennah; Combs, Addisofi:
Courey, Colleen; Cutts, Peyton;
Diamond, Malloray; Drake.
Gracen; Aaron, Ellis; Franks.,
Joshua; Fuqua, Kendall; Gillis.
Kaylee; Gilmore, Sydney;
Goldenpenny, Natasha; Gordon.
Lauren; Griffis, Megan;
Holmes, Tristain; James, Kayla;
Lampitoc, Zane; Lay, Tyler;
Locklin, Jacob;
Lorimer, Trinity; Lozano,
Kassara; Martin, Bethany:
Melendez, Megan; McCutchen.
Ryan; Miller, Leslie; Pannell.
Zachary; Phelps, Jaclyn; Riley.
Alec; Ruocco, Garrett; Schaffer.,
Ryan; Schrader, Hannah;
Sessions, Cayle; Shaffer,
Deven; Stokley, Valerie; Terrell.
Wyatt; Turner, Becca; Tzagakii.
Alexia; Ward, Jessica; West, J.
D.; Williams, Austin; Wilson.
Helena; Winslow, Austin;
Wood, Kristina; Young, Conner.


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Pace looks for repeat...


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@sipressgazette.com
PACE - Today the Pace
Patriots hope to continue what
only eight other teams have
accomplished in baseball - suc-
cessfully defend its state cham-
pionship.
At 7 p.m. the Patriots will
play Venice High School in the
Class 5A Semi-Finals with the
hopes of playing in tomorrow's
State Finals slated for 6 p.m. at
Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota,
Fla.
For the Patriots (27-3) this
season has been very different.
"This year has been
tougher," said Pace skipper
Charlie Warner. "There have
been a lot of expectations on
this squad and looking at it on
paper six of the top 10 team in
the state have come from our
region.
"It would have been very
discouraging not to get this far
since we were ranked number
one in the state for a good por-
tion of the season."
For 2007 the season has
been a very interesting one as
the Patriots lost an early district
game to Niceville and a tough
game to Parkview, Ga., before
they had an 11 game win streak
snapped by Pine Forest back on
April 19.
"We are not sneaking up on
anyone this year," said Warner.
"I will admit it is easier to get
there than to stay there."
But the Patriots have a very
talented squad with nine senior-
that have signed college schol-
arships already this school year


A-0.


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Pace senior Drew Cumberland gets a good luck hug from his niece
Monday morning before the Patriots headed out in defense of their
Class 5A state title. The Patriots are looking to become the ninth
team ever to repeat as state champions in baseball.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


and two prospects which could
be selected in the June 7 MLB
Draft.


And since they have made
the semi-finals all the pressure
See, PACE, Page 2C


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Royals on title quest...
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By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.coin
JAY - For those in Sarasota
this week a diamond could be
found in the rough if there is
any at Ed Smith Stadium.
This particular diamond is
Terry, who will be stepping
down as head coach of the
Royals at the end of this season
as he retires from the Santa
Rosa County School System.
But he is not ready to go
fishing just yet as he is enjoying
every moment he can with this
group of Royals.
"All trips to the final four
are special," said Diamond,
who is making his fifth trip to
the final four. "This one may be
a little more special, but not
because of my retirement. It is
special because this is a special
group of young men.
"They are good players, but
they are even better students
and even better characters."
Another special part of this
magical season is getting to
coach with his son, Jorey.
"This final four run is not
about me or retirement,"
laughed Diamond. "It's about
this group of young men and
their accomplishments."
When Jay squares off with
Montverde today at noon, it
v. 0il be the test of two forces -
pitching and hitting.
"Montverde is a very solid
team and very good defensive-
ly," said Diamond. "They have
good team speed and arms.
"They win on pitching and
See, JAY, Page 2C


Jay's Devin Castleberry leads the Royals' baseball team as they load
up and head out Monday for Sarasota and the Class 2A baseball final
four.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Lady Pats win state crown


* Pace allows only one

run over tourney games


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.comn
Pitching and defense mixed
with some timely hitting is the
recipe for a state title.
Pace, who made their third
final four appearance in the last
five years, did just that to claim
their first ever state softball
crown in Class 5A on Saturday
winning 1-0 over West Boca
Raton for the first fast pitch
softball state crown in the area.
"It feels real good," said
Pace coach Susan Williams,
who has led the Lady Patriots
for 20 plus seasons. "I was glad
to get the win, but more impor-
tantly I am proud of these girls.
"They are excited and I
don't really think it has sunk in
just yet."
The Lady Patriots (25-5),
who allowed only one run in its
four-playoff games, used a
team effort to secure the win in
Plant City, Fla.
Pace starter Kira Orr
allowed the first two West Boca
SRaton batters reach base in the
seventh the Lady Patriots tight-
ened things up.
"I told myself I hope we do
this," said Orr. "Then I remind-
ed myself to have faith and that
there was no reason to believe
we wouldn't.
"Our defense was strong
and I knew they would make
the play."
Third baseman McKenzie
Vaughn charged a Becky
Kalmus bunt and then turned to


gun down the lead runner at
third as Brittany Dowdle cov-
ered third for the force.
"I think everyone held their
breath on that play," said Orr.
"But Coach Williams works
with us on those types of situa-
tions all the time."
Out two came as Kirstyn
Joiner leaped out of her crouch
from behind the plate to catch a
popped up bunt attempt by
Mallory Soffin and nearly dou-
bled off Kalmus at first.
The final out of the game
fittingly was recorded by Orr,
who took a slow roller back up
the middle and threw it to Kalin
Lasseter at first for the final out.
When asked what was the
secret to Pace's success
Williams looked around at her
team.
"The secret to our success
is having dedicated softball
players," said Williams, who
has led Pace to the post season
in 13 of the last 14 years.
"These girls work hard and
have the dream of winning the
state title and now they have
fulfilled that dream.
"They are the ones who are
behind the secret."
Lasseter, who signed earlier
this season with South
Alabama, drove in the only run
necessary with an RBI single in
the top of the third to bring fel-
low senior Lindsey McLellan in
from third.
Pace had seven hits in the
game, but more importantly did


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The Pace Lady Patriots celebrate defeating West Boca Raton 1-0 on Saturday to claim the Class 5A FHSAA Fast Pitch Softball Title. Pace fin-
ished the season with a 14-game winning streak and only allowed one run since the district tournament enroute to the state title. Pace jun-
ior Kira Orr made the decisive final out of the game with a throw to Kalin Lasseter at first to spark this celebration on the field in Plant City,
Fla., at the USSSA Softball Complex.


not commit an error.
Leading the way at the plate
for Pace in the finals were Katy
Neal, who went 3-for-4 with a
double, and McLellan, who
went 2-for-3, and received the
State Farm Sportsmanship
Award.


Orr, a junior in her first year
of varsity action, scattered five
hits and struck out five as the
Lady Patriots finished the sea-
son with a 14 game winning
streak.
On Friday Orr's counterpart
Katy Neal led the way on the


mound and at the plate to send
Pace to its first state finals in
softball as they defeated Tampa
Chamberlain 5-0.
In the decisive win Pace
pounded out 11 hits, while Neal
held the number two ranked
Chiefs two just two hits while


Photo courtsey of Herb Cannon
striking out five.
Actually it was Neal who
gave herself the only run she
would need with a solo home
run in the top of the third off
Alexandra Hartshorn, but the
Lady Patriots made sure they
See, CHAMPS, Page 2C


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Wednesday, May 16, 2007


Sports


Despite transportation issues, a large group of students turned out for the Royals send off Monday morning. The Royals' are making their fifth and final trip to the state finals under the direction of Coach Terry
Diamond, who is retiring at the end of the school year.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Jay


Continued From Page One
defense."
Jay, who has some very
strong pitching as well, has
probably one of the toughest
lineups to face when you look
at batters one through six in the
line-up.


"I am not saying they are
the best hitters ever to play at
Jay," said Diamond. "But they
are probably the best as a team
that we have had in awhile.
"When you look at our top
six hitters all of them are bat-
ting .400 or better."


Josh Marshall is leading
the area statistically with 30
plus RBI's, while teammate
Brad Lowery is not far behind
with over 25 as Dylan Smith is
one of the most consistent
Royals when it comes to get-
ting on base.


And the Royals can break
out the bats for a long ball
when needed as well with
Brant Hendricks and Marshall
accounting for seven home
runs between them.
Miles Hammac and
Hendricks are the two main


pitchers for the Royals as they
are a combined 11-1 for Jay
(21-8).
According to Diamond
Hendricks, who was the win-
ning pitcher against Panama
City Bozeman, will get the
starting nod against


Montverde.
"Brant will get the starting
nod and then we will do what:
we have to from there," said
Diamond.
The Royals hope to miss
their graduation by playing in
the state finals on Thursday.


Pace


Continued From Page One
is off.
"We are finally over the
hurdle and all the pressure is
gone," said Warner after his
team defeated Tallahassee
Lincoln in a very hostile envi-
ronment. "If we hadn't of got-
ten this far then it would have
been a disappointment to me,
the players, and the other
coaches.
"But until you get to this
point it can sometimes wear on
you."
Warner's Patriots could
possibly have one of the deep-
est pitching rotations at the
tournament with seniors Caleb
Gindl and Kai Archbell, while
junior Ryan Sorce has been the
workhorse and perfect so far at
12-0.
"Ryan is probably our
most consistent pitcher this
season that can throw three
pitches anytime in the court,"
said Warner. "So far the scout-
ing reports have been in his
favor with our opponents hav-
ing trouble with a left bender."
But as a sophomore it was
a little easier.
"Last season we would ask


him to pitch four or five
innings and then have help on
the way," admitted Warner.
"Now it is like hey lets pitch
seven and win in the end.
"In that kind of a situation
there is a lot at stake."
The biggest tangible in the
Patriots favor from that stand-
point is experience on the
mound and defensively.
As they departed for
Sarasota on Monday the play-
ers had their routine and went
about the field house in a very
business like manor.
"We have planned a trip
during the season that has
helped us bond and get closer
as a team," said Warner. "I got
the idea from the Catholic
coach and it has been wonder-
ful."
Offensively the Patriots
also have a one-two combina-
tion in Gindl and Drew
Cumberland who are batting
around .500.
Cumberland, who has
scored over 35 runs this sea-
son, leads things off and sets
the table for players like
Gindl, Eric Kroll, and Adam
Bryant.


VI f j r�


Pace players look out at those who attended their Monday morning send off as they head to Sarasota for the second consecutive year, but,
this time, they are going as the defending state champions.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblirn


Pels drop opening series

Special to the Press Gazette
The Pelicans concluded
their four-game home opening
series against the Lincoln
Saltdogs tonight at Pelican
Park. Lincoln topped the
Pelicans 10-5 and took the
series 3-1.
Two Pelicans players used
pink bats in recognition of
Mother's Day, outfielder
Nathan Warrick and infielder
Cesar Aranguren. Both bats
were auctioned off with the pro- ::"
ceeds going to the American *'.. ''!"4"
Cancer Society. ' :
Pensacola scored in the first Josh Land talks with Coach Pete DelaRata
inning. Marcos Rodriguez The following half inning, loaded for an RBI. Josh Land
scored Warrick off a double to Lincoln put the game away then drove a ball deep to left-
the gap. Rodriguez finished the with three more runs making center, a sacrifice fly that scored
night 2-4 with two RBI. the score 10-2 at the end of six. the Pelicans final run.
Lincoln scored seven runs Pensacola threatened in the The two teams combined to
over the next three innings with 7th inning, scoring three runs. use 11 pitchers accounting for
three in the second, one in the Warrick led of with a double. 18 strikeouts and six walks.
third, and three more in the Warrick went 3-5 with a double Pensacola hits the road for a
fourth. and one run. Aranguren and seven-game trip against the
In the 4th inning, Pensacola Aguilar both walked to load the Coastal Bend Aviators and the
added one more when Trino bases. Rodriguez then drove in Shreveport Sports. The
Aguilar doubled to score Bo Warrick and Larry Bethea Pelicans return home on
Brown who also doubled. was hit by a nitch with the habae 1st~1inv. Ma, 92


Pace Coach Susan Williams is all smiles as she receives her state
championship medal from Pace Principal Frank Lay after the Lady
Patriots defeated West Boca Ration 1-0 Saturday in Plant City, Fla.
Photo courtsey of Herb Cannon


Champs
Continued From Page One
had plenty of run support in
the fourth.
"That was the best feeling'
home run I have hit," said
Neal. "It is still hard to
describe the feel as I am still
soaking up all of this."
Brittany Dowdle hit a'
screamer to the Chamberlain
shortstop who mishandled the
ball and allowed it to roll into
left field for an error.
When the left fielder
could not pick up the ball
cleanly as McLellan came
home to score.
Pace rounded out the four
run outburst with two-out RBI
singles from seniors Lauren
Mendoza and Lasseter.
In the win Neal started,
out slow by walking the first
two batters, but then settled
down and finished the game
strong.
"After the first inning I:
loosened up," said Neal.,
"When we got the insurance
runs it helped me relax even
more."


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Wednesday, May 16, 2007


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Sports


Sports


PJC announces its
.07 volleyball camp
Pensacola Junior College
will be hosting a volleyball
oamp June 11-14 at the Milton
Campus.
- This camp will be led by
tC Head Coach Pete Pena and
ichols State Head Coach
hris Laid, and PJC players.
For your registration fee
tu will get individual instruc-
tn, camp T-shirt, camp note-
bok, and a camp DVD of the
prticipant performing drills.
The camp will run from
:30 a.m. to noon each day at
the Milton Campus of PJC in
the Ed Johnson Building.
.: For more information on
t is camp or to register your
young person you can call PJC
at 484-1344.

FCSR will hold an
open foot skills clinic.
Futbol Club Santa Rosa
Director of Coaching,
Louie Sahin, is conducting
a foot skills clinic.
* U-10, U-9, and U-8
players can attend from 5
p.m. to 6:15 p.m. while U-
12 will be from 6:15 to
7:30 p.m.
The sessions are open
to all players, recreational
and academy, and is free of
charge.
This foot skills clinic is
a great way for players to
improve ball control
through low pressure work-
out and a positive athmos-
phere.
Players must bring a
,.*.i. water, and wear shin-
guards.

Pace Chamber golf
tourney is June I
Pace Area Chamber's 8th
Annual Golf Tournament
will be held June 1 at the
Moors Golf Resort.
The four-person scram-
ble will get underway at 11
a.m. This year's tournament
will feature great prizes,
giveaways, fun and fellow-
ship.
For more information
contact the Pace Chamber at
994-9633 or the tournament
chairman at 777-6888.


Milton football sign-
ups set for May 19
The City of Milton is
holding football registra-
tions for the upcoming sea-
son.
Registration will get
underway May 19 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. and continue
until the teams are full at
the Milton Community
Center.
Football is open to chil-
dren ages 5-14 as of Aug. 1,
2007. You do not have to
bring a birth certificate for
registration.
For more information
contact the City of Milton
at 983-5466.

Stetson University
sets hoop camp
Stetson University and
coach Derek Waugh has
announced the dates for
this years boy's basketball
camp.
Camp dates are set for
shooting, position, indi-
vidual, and team camp.
For more information
on the camps which will
begin on June 7 can be
obtained at
www.stetson.edu/hoop-
scamp.
You can also call 386-
822-8101.

Who Cares Mixed
league holds sign-ups
Signup for the Who Cares
Mixed Bowling League at
Avalon Bowling Center is
underway for this fall/winter
season.
This is a Monday night
league for bowlers 18 and older,
which gets underway at 6:50
p.m. Each team consists of at
least four bowlers. For more
information call 981-1603 or
you can contact the Avalon
Bowling Center.

PG deadline for local
news and photos
The Press Gazette wel-
comes your announcements and
information.
Deadline to appear in
Wednesday's editions is 5 p.m.
the prior Friday and 5 p.m. on
Wednesday for Saturday.


Panther sports camp
sign-up dates set
Milton High School
will be conducting sign-
ups for its summer sports
camps.
Camps will cover football,
volleyball, baseball, basketball,
softball, scooer, swimming, and
tennis.
The camp will get under-
way on June 4 and will offer
lunch each day.
Registration for the camp
May 21 in the Milton High
School Cafeteria from 6 p.m. to
8 p.m.
Free athletic physical will
be given to those in camp on
June 6.
For more information you
can contact Milton High School
at 983-5600.

Milton QB Club to
hold golf scramble
The Milton High
School Quarterback Club
will hold a golf scramble
on June 16 at Tanglewood
Country Club.
Proceed from this 4-
man scramble will benefit
the Milton High School
Basketball Program in
assisting with upcoming
camp cost.
The event will get
underway at 1 p.m. with a
shotgun start.
For more information
you can contact Murray
Rutledge or Tim Short at
983-5600.

Milton flag football
will begin registration
The City of Milton is
holding registrations for the
upcoming flag football sea-
son.
Registration will get
underway May 19 from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. and will con-
tinue until the teams are
full at the Milton
Community Center.
Football is open to chil-
dren ages 9-14 as of Aug. 1,
2007. You do not have to
bring a birth certificate for
registration.
For more information
contact the City of Milton
at 983-5466.


Pace HS to offer
free sports physical
Pace High School will
be offering free sports
physical for all Patriot stu-
dent athletes.
The physical will be
offered through Baptisit
Health Care on June 6 at
Berryhill Elementary
School at 8:30 a.m. on June
6.
These physical are for
Pace High School athletes
only.
Athletes are urged to
make sure that all forms are
filled out prior to the phys-
icals, whcih include the
parents signature.

Free tennis clinic at
PJC set for May 19
Tennis Across America,
a program sponsored by the
United States Professional
Tennis Association, will
host a clinic at the PJC
Campus in Milton on May
19.
Junior players (chil-
dren) will have a clinic
from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. with
adults and seniors to follow
from 10 a.m. to noon.
Loaner rackets and
equipment will be available
and sign up will be at the
tennis courts.
A second clinic will be
held at the PJC main cam-
pus in Pensacola on May
26.
For more information
call 623-2911.

Pace softball clinic
to be held in June
The Pace Lady Patriots
will have a softball skills
clinic June 11 through 15 at
the Santa Rosa SportsPlex
on Chumuckla Highway.
The ,clinic is for girls
and will run from 8:30 a.m.
to noon each day.
Skills to be worked on
during the clinic will be
hitting, fielding, base run-
ning and other key funda-
mentals.
For more information on
this clinic please contact
Pace High School at 995-
3600.


Thursday, May 17, 2007
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5:51 AM Sun rise
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5:51 AM Sun rise
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5:52 AM Sun rise
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Milton driver Keith Thorpe spins out before taking the green flag dur-
ing qualifying.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


McMullen wins at


Five Flags Speedway


Special to the Press Gazette
Sammy McMullen is back
in Victory Lane.
The Pensacola driver ended
a two-season drought with a
victory Friday night in the 40-
lap Pro Late Model feature at
Five Flags Speedway.
McMullen finished third in
points last year without any fea-
ture wins.
"It's been a long time since
we've been here," he said in
Victory Lane. "We had been
chasing our tails for a long
time. We got some help from
Eddie Mercer (former Snowball
Derby winner) and Charlie
Phillips."
For the first 31 laps, it
appeared as if McMullen would
have to be content with a sec-
ond-place finish.
Keith Thorpe started from
the pole and had a comfortable
lead until the first caution peri-
od on Lap .3,1. Another caution
three laps later kept the field
bunched up and on Lap 36,
Thorpe lost control coming out
of Turn 4 and slammed hard
into the inside wall on the
frontstretch.
"We had a real good car. I
just overdrove it," Thorpe said.
"I feel bad for my crew because
they work so hard. It's been a
long year so far." "
With Thorpe's misfortune,
McMullen took the point, but a
fourth caution kept Mike
Williamson right behind him.
McMullen held him off for the
final two laps to celebrate the
long-awaited win on Fan
Appreciation Night.
Brandon Carlson was third
and 14-year-old Johanna Long
was fourth.
Several other drivers had
their troubles.
Ryan Paul, who entered the
race fourth in points, hit the
wall during the warmup laps
and was unable to start.
Logan Boyett, the winner
of the last feature and points
leader entering the race, slowed
early in the race and fell three
laps down when he had to
change his right-rear tire during
green-flag racing. He could
make up only one lap and fin-
ished 12th.
That allowed Carlson to
take over the points lead unoffi-
cially. McMullen moved up to
second, while Boyett dropped
to third.
Shannon Jackson returned
to the Super Stock class for the
first time since winning the
track title last year and won the
25-lap feature.
He passed Earl Polk on the
second lap and pulled away.
. Points leader Chris Cotto
started 12th by virtue of win-
ning the previous feature and
worked his way through the
field. Earlier, he won a heat
race, but had to replace the car-
buretor. On Lap 10, he took sec-
ond when Polk slowed.
However, Cotto was disquali-
fied in postrace inspection.
That put Thomas Praytor in
second and Bo Wilkinson third.
Randy Thompson took the
lead on Lap 12 and went, on to
win the 20-lap Sportsman fea-


ture.
Thompson, whose last fea-
ture win was at the season
opener, started 11lth and caught
leader Jim Pokrant on Lap 11
just as the caution flag came
out. One lap after the restart,
Thompson made the pass low
in Turn 2.
Billy Hoover finished sec-
ond, followed by Pokrant.
Brannon Fowler won his
second straight Bomber feature.
He started 12th by virtue of
winning the previous race and
worked his way through the
-field.
He passed Wesley King for
the lead on Lap 8. Joel Lesley
Jr. was running second on the
lap lap when he was spun by
Wesley King, who was penal-
ized a lap. Mike Kitchen was
second and Rick Grimes third.

Pro Late Model
40-lap feature - 1. Sammy
McMullen; 2. Mike Williamson;
3. Brandon Carlson; 4. Johanna
Long; 5. Hal Martin; 6. Ronnie
Smith; 7. Eddie Craig Sr.; 8. Ron
McDonald; 9. Brandon Odom;
10. Keith Thorpe; 11. David
Poole; 12. Logan Boyett; 13.
Robert Royce; 14. Ryan Paul;
Bubba Gale DQ

Super Stock
Feature - 1. Shannon Jackson; 2.
Thomas Praytor; 3. Bo
Wilkinson; 4. Mike Moore; 5.
Brandon Harris; 6. Blake
Mercer; 7. Joe Mahuron; 8. Gary
Robinson; 9. Scott Johnson; 10.
Earl Polk; 11. James Alonzo; 12.
Bill Brown; 13. David Cooley;
14. Steve Campbell; Chris Cotto
DQ

Heat #1 - 1. Brandon Harris; 2.
James Alonzo; 3. Shannon
Jackson

Heat #2 - 1. Chris Cotto; 2. Earl
Polk; 3. Bill Brown

Sportsman Feature - 1. Randy
Thompson; 2. Billy Hoover; 3.
Jim Pokrant; 4. James Ziniewicz;
5. David Holland; 6. Kory
Henley; 7. Darin Matthews; 8.
Chris Palmer; 9. Shanna Ard; 10.
Billy Coople; 11. Thomas Faddis;
12. Bubba Winslow; 13. Jason
Mebda; 14. Tina Davidson; 15.
William Kitchen; 16. Kevin
Williams; James Flowers DQ

Heat #1 - 1. Tina Davidson; 2.
Jim Pokrant; 3. Billy Hoover

Heat #2 - 1. James Ziniewicz; 2.
Randy Thompson; 3. William
Kitchen

Bomber Feature - 1. Brannon
Fowler; 2. Michael Kitchen; 3.
Rick Grimes; 4. Pete Kitchen; 5.
Danny Burns; 6. Michael
Johnson; 7. Russell Thompson;
8. Robert Kanning; 9. Jacob
Boughton; 10. Daryl Lynchard;
11. Joel Lesley Jr.; 12. Devron
Brooks; 13. Nathan Thompson;
14. Wesley King; 15. Cheyenne
Edmonds; 16. Brandon Lee; 17.
Daniel Webber; 18. Dayton
Sidner; 19. Chip Cooley; 20.
Michael Fowler; 21. Sam
Mellema; 22. Brandin Sidner;
Tony Boyd DQ

Heat #1 - 1. Pete Kitchen; 2. Joel
Lesley Jr.; 3. Russell Thompson

Heat #2 - 1. Michael Johnson; 2.
Danny Burns; 3. Daniel Webber


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DRIVERS -CAR
hauling career.
GREAT HOME
TIME! Exceptional
Pay & Benefits! Paid
Training! Min. 1 yr.
Class-A CDL exp.
req. THE WAGG-
ONERS TRUCKING
(912)571-9668 OR
(866)413-3074.
Drivers Yippie ya
Whooooooooo
$4000 Sign On
Bonus
some Regional and
Home Weekly
depending on where
you live SINGLES
TEAMS and 0/0
Also Ask about our
No NIGHT Driving
Policy
HOGAN
eoe Class A
800-444-6042
DRIVERS:
J & M Company
The nations premier
private carrier of nir-
tous oxide is accept-
ing applications in
the Pensacola area
for experienced,
safety-conscious,
tractor/semi drivers.
Accepted applicants
will receive odome-
ter mileage-pay and
bonuses, excellent
earnings potential,
and great home time
and benefits!
Call Bill or Neal for
details @
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102
Drivers
NEED DRIVER
*Home every night
*400 per mile
*$10.00 drop/pickup
(Average 30 minutes)
*Tractor trailer expe-
rience a must!
*Clean MVR
Call 850-626-8578
RUN CLOSE to
Home! $.43/mile!
Excellent Miles!
Home weekends
and during the
week! New Equip-
ment! Blue
Cross/Blue Shield!
Dental! 401k!
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kitchen help. Please call:
623-8666 or
apply in person at
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Sun. thru Thur.
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Workers needed, cleaning
student apartments at local
University, for summer
season. Techs needed for
strip & waxing and carpel
cleaning. 221-9587


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General Help
AVON Need help
making ends meets
or just some extra
$$$? I can show you
how to make $300
or more a month,
working from home,
part-time, full-time or
in your spare time.
Call Shana for an in-
terview,
850-791-7417
NOTICE: POST Of-
fice Positions Now
Available. Avg. Pay
$20/hour or $57K
annually including
Federal Benefits and
OT. Get your exam
guide materials now.
(800)709-9754
EXT.5799 USWA
Fee Req.


104
General Help
ACCOUNTANT/
BOOKKEEPER
Full Time in Pace.
Must have public ac-
counting
experience.
Degree preffered.
Experience can sub-
stitute for education.
Tax knowledge re-
quired. Advance-
ment opportunities.
Competitive salary
with benefits. Fax
resume with salary
requirements to:
995-8849 or call:
850-995-8848
TAKING
APPLICATIONS
for summer jobs.
Call Bob's Canoes
623-5457.


104
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INSTALLER
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good customer rep
ore. Good with hand
tools. Good driving
record. Exp. pre-
ffered/will train right
person. Apply in per-
son M-F 10-2
5788 Stewart St.
Simply Shutters
EVERY FRI & Sat-
off!
Kitchen staff needed
3p-8:30p
Sun. thru Thurs...,
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& Retirement Center
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General He
CNA
TOLL Bridge R
bursed. Bay Br
Nursing & Re'
ment Cente
3387 Gulf Bre
.' Pkwy, Gulf Bre
FL 32563
Phone 850-9
9257 www.De
healthgroup.c
Drug Free W(
place EOE/M/
DRIVER TRAIN
NEEDED NOW
Werner needs
level semi dr
No exp. reqi
Avg. $36k+ 1i
60%
nightly/weekly.
training in your
1-866-280-5309
EXPERIENCE D
BASS Guitar p
needed for
band. Call 450-
for more inform,
HELP WANTED
Experienced
Covering sales
son needed. Ca
623-9389 or
345-5986
HELP WANTED[
cal Italian Re
rant looking for
ers and kitchen
Please call:
8666 or apply in
son at 3974 A
Blvd.
HOME INST
Senior Care
Now Hiring! Car
ers CNA's, HHA
Escambia
Santa
Rosa County;
24 hr shifts a
ble. CALL:
850-472-0071
NOW HIRING-
Experienced
tender, cook,
staff.Bayou
994-7111
PANHANDLE C
CRETE Cutting
is currently lo
to hire someone
2+ years of e:
ence of flat sa
core drilling,
sawing, hand
ing and chain
ing. We are loc
outside of Pens
la, FL.
Email your re.
-to: panhandle
cut@yahoo.con
call Danny @
-572-9749 or Fa
sume to: 850
0577


104
lp General Help
PUBLISHER'S
!Eim- NOTICE
eeze Freedom
tire- Communications,
er Inc. (dba Santa
eze Rosa's Press
'eze, Gazette
and The Santa Rosa
32- Free Press) re-
lta- serves the right to
;om censor, reclassify,
ork- revise, edit or reject
DN any advertisement
lEES not meeting its
f!!! standards of accept-
entry- ance. Submission of
ivers. an advertisement
uired. does not constitute
st yr! an agreement to
home publish said adver-
CDL tisement. Publication
area. of an advertisement
9-_ does not constitute
3 an agreement for
layer continued publica-
blues tion.
*8018 RN'S
ation. BAY Breeze Nurs-

Floor ing & Retirement
Center
per- Please call
all: 850-932-9257
EOE/M/F Drug Free
See our job posting
D Lo- at emeraldcoast-
astau- jobswest.com
serv- Web ld#27737006
help.
623- 114
n per- Medical
valon HOSPITAL AND
home health CNA
FEAD will give your care
giver respite time.
regiv- Any shift. Long term
A's In possible. Willing to
and travel. Local referen-
ces. All messages
up to returned. Call BJ at
vaila- 512-3500
120
Professional
HAIR STYLIST &
bar- Estetician needed.
wait- Private room rental
Cafe $100 week Exclu-
sive Habits Salon
CON- Woodbine Rd, Pace
, Inc. 982-0133
oking 128
e with Positions Wanted
xperi- HARD WORKING
wing, cleaning person
wall needed long term for
saw- growing cleaning
saw- business. Call 994-
cated 1785
saco- WANTED PT/FT
work as companion
sume sitter or housekeep-
econ- er. Have taken CNA
or & CPR class'. Clean
850- driving record with
excellent references.
ax re- Call Carrie 221-5285


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'PERSONAL CARE
"Aide 310
'Fulltime we will train. Business
Toll Bridge Reim- Opportunities
bursed. Bay Breeze ALL CASH CANDY
Nursing & Retire- ROUTE Do you earn
ment Center 3387 $800/day? 30 Ma-
Gulf Breeze Pkwy, chines, Free Candy
l B F All for $9,995.
Gulf Breeze, FL (888)629-9968
850-932-9257 B02000033. CALL
EOE/Drug Free US: We will not be
Workplace undersold!


310
Business
Opportunities
HAVE FUN selling
Avon and making
extra $$$. Call
Cathy @ 723-5061
Must be 18 yrs old
with Driver's Li-
cense.
VENDING
ROUTE:SNACKS,
Drinks. All Brands,
All Sizes. Energy &
Healthy Too! Great
Equipment, Great
Support! Financing
Available w/$7,500
Down. (877)843-
8726, local
BO#2002-037.
YOUR ACCREDIT-
ED HIGH SCHOOL
DIPLOMA in 30-
days or less. No
classes. Free evalu-
ation. www.Fin-
ishHighSchool.com
(866)290-6596.
315
Business Services
ADVANCEDTREE'
REMOVAL
*Trees
Trimmed/Removed
*Lic. & Insured
*Free Estimates
*24 Hour Service
(850)324-3203
Serving Santa Rosa
for 15 yrs.

HOUSEKEEPING
*Weekly-Bi-weekly
service
*Flexiable schedule
*10% discount on
referrals
*References upon
request.
Over a decade of
local service.
324-4530
ALBERT PEARSON'S
Lawn &Tree
Service
Free Estimates
Cutting, Trimming,
Edging, Weed Eat-
ing, Sod Work, De-
bris and misc. haul
off jobs.
Senior Discounts.
Call: 983-1431
ARTIE KELLER
STUCCO. Licensed
and Insured. Con-
ventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No
job too big nor to
small. Call 698-8327
or 626-9164.
B & B HOME
IMPROVEMENTS
25 years experience.
Free estimates
Licensed & Insured
Call anytime!
(850) 981-3936
or
(850) 346-3007
"No job too small!"
MIKE'S HANDY-
MAN & Painting
Services
Free Estimates
Dependable
Licensed & Insured
No job too small!
"I'll treat your home
like my own!"
995-4241


315
Business Services
BORDER TO Bor-
der Fence and Deck
Company. All types
of fencing installed
and repaired. Spe-
cializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Es-
timates. 485-2532.
www.bordertobor-
derfence.com
C & J's Lawn &
Maintenance
Lawn care, junk and
garbage hauling. 15
yrs exp.
Free Estimates
Great Prices
Call: 850-261-7410
Ask for JoAnn
CLEANING
SERVICES
Home or Office
Experienced, atten-
tion to detail. Rea-
sonable rates. Free
Estimates. Referen-
ces upon request.
994-0597
COKER'S LAWN &
TRACTOR Service,
from trimming to
tractor work. Clean
ups, raking, hauling,
mowing, bushhog-
ging, dirt work. Rea-
sonable rates, free
estimate (850) 623-
0493. Licensed & in-
sured.
DAN'S TRACTOR
works. Licensed and
insured. Bush-hog-
ging. Discing. Front-
end loading. Debris
removal. Dan Fran-
cisco, owner. Cell
(850) 529-8718
Home (850) 623-
8697
DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service.
We Furnish Sup-
plies. Senior dis-
count with ad.
Homes, condos, ect.
Call 384-2388
DIVORCE $275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
*Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext
600. (8am-6pm) Alta
Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.
DOUBLE "B" Land
Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed and
Insured. Bryen Bal-
lard. (850)994-5740
or (850)232-1581.
DOUG'S LAWN
SERVICE
Mowing & Edging,
Trimming Bushes.
Tractor work,
spreading dirt &
gravel, front end
loader. Owner oper-
ated and a locally
owned.
Call 623-5370 or
(cell)850-324-9149


315
Business Services
FOURNIER'S
STUMP Grinding
& Tree Service
Free Estimates
Best Price Guaran-
teed!!
15% Senior Citizen
Discount
"Specializing in
Hard to reach
areas, any size
stump removal &
root pruning.
Licensed & Insured
850-292-9192
Family owned & op-
erated.
K & N LAWN
SERVICE
*Mowing *Edging
*Trimming
*Debri removal.
Very reasonable
prices.
Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861
KEVIN'S DIRECT
Detail will come to
you're home at your
convenience,
dependable and
reasonable
623-8415
L & W Lawn
Maintenance
*Mowing*Trimming
*Raking�Hauling
*Sod*Pressure
Washing
Commercial & Resi-
dential
Licensed & Insured
850-983-6858
850-516-5143
LAWNMOWER
REPAIR
Small engine re-
pairs, Kohler,
Briggs, Tecumseh,
blowers, chainsaws,
lawn equipment,
generators, pressure
washers, edgers.
Parts also sold here.
Boutwell Automotive
6593 Caroline St. in
Milton. 623-4750
LEBER'S PAINT
AND TRIM, LLC
Licensed & Insured
Call for Free Esti-
mate. Interior Paint-
ing, Trim Work,
Pressure washing
Exterior Painting.
Phone:
850-206-5370
LYNNE HOUGH
PHOTOGRAPHY
602-4998
Weddings, location,
action...you name it.
Summer Special
all weddings $600
(Price includes
4hrs, proof album
and photo CD)
Call for all other
rates


MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason
*Patios
*Walks
*Driveways
Free estimates,
no job too small.
Quality work at
affordable prices.
994-0897.

NEW HOPE PAINT-
ING & WALLPA-
PERING *Drywall
repairs & patchwork
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, pa-
tios, driveways &
sidewalks) *Carpen-
try work (crown
molding, paneling,
trim base & case, in-
Sstall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034


Divorce 108, Adoption 80
Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850N."W"St.
(Iblk.N. of Flea Market)%

ROGERS' DOZER
SERVICES, INC.
Land clearing,
and all tractor,
dozer and related
services.
Free Estimates.
NO JOB TOO
SMALL!!


You may find
cheaper but you
won't find better.
Call Billy Rogers:
850-957-4952 or
cell: 850-261-8407
SLIM'S AUTO Sal-
vage
We pay top Dollar
for all your junk cars,
trucks and loose
iron. Free Tow
Aways. 626-6730 or
626-9624


315
Business Services
STUMP-EASE
STUMP GRINDING
Most removals $35
Discount for multiple
removals & Back-
yard accessible.
Local Contractor
Retired USN
Licensed & Insured
232-8746

SUPERIOR
LANDSCAPING
Certified Landscape
Professional
We Specialize in:
*Sprinkler Systems
*Complete Flower
Bed Design and
Installation
*Sodding
* Grading
* Lawn
Maintenance
*Low consultation
fee for the do-it
yourselfer
* Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
Jon Fain,
Owner/Operator
995-0228
THE MOWER MEDIC
We service Your
Mower in your home
at your
convenience.
Bob and Andy
Knowles. Office
(850) 626-8300
Cell (850) 982-3576
TNT METAL
BUILDING, INC.
R.V. & Boat
covers,
Garages.
Portable Sheds
CARPORTS
Call for best prices
in town!
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors.
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850) 983-2296 or
Cell: (850) 206-
4008
TOMMY'S LAWN
CARE SERVICE
For your complete
lawn care services:
-Mowing
-Edging
-Hedging
-Yard clean up
Licensed
Free Estimates
623-3270
748-4718

325
Domestic
DEPENDABLE
HOUSEKEEPER
Seeking additional
clients. Over 15
years of experience!
References avail.
upon request.
Call: 994-6236

335
Financial Services
REFINANCE NOW,
It's not too Late
Rates are still Great!
Get Out of Those
Adjustables and Get
Into a Low Interest
Fixed Payment.
Need a Home?
Then We've Got the
Loan. Call Now
(800)760-9803 ext
304 or (954)882-
7629. Lic#
CL0702604.
340
Home Repair
R.A. WEBER
Remodeling Inc.
Sheet-rock,
painting, wallpaper
stripping, textured
ceiling and walls,
Licensed & insured.
Call Bob
(850)968-5545

345
Lawn Care
CLARK'S LAWN
CARE General
Maintenance & All
Types of Tractor
Work - Licensed &
Insured. Call: Mike
Clark at 626-2428
PAGE'S TREE
Service Trim, cut &
remove. Call 626-
2159 (if no answer,
please leave message)
Firewood $50. a


load and up.

360
Miscellaneous
DIVORCE$275-
$350*COVERS chil-
dren, etc. Only one
signature required!
*Excludes govt.
fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000,
ext.600. (8am-6pm)
Alta Divorce, LLC.
Established 1977.


360
Miscellaneous
Special Offer Only
. Wed & Thurs
2 Rolls for 1
Willy, California,
Unagi (Eel), Spicy
Tuna, Alaskan,
Florida, Boston,
Crunch Shrimp, New
Jersey & Milton
Thursday 2x1
Large Hot Sake
Not Valid with any
Other Offer





402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM
furnished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. Call for
appointment.
994-7246
FOR RENT 1Bd/1Ba
duplex
$495mo/$300dep
7097 Milton Drive
Call Blu Mac Realty
981-1631
FOR RENT
2/br 2/ba apartment.
Washer/dryer hook-
ups. Full Kitchen.
$650/mth $550/de-
posit. 435-5099 or
418-2054
MILTON 2BR/1BA
Stove, frig, LdryRm,
water, sewer and
garbage p/u includ-
ed. All ceramic tile-
non-smoking envi-
ronment. $585/mth
626-2928
404
Commercial
FOR RENT:
Commerical build-
ings=(2) 800 Sq. ft.
$650.00 per mo.
plus sales tax.
(1) 1600 Sq. ft.
$1100.00 per mo.
plus sales tax.
(850)623-8575
GREAT LOCATION
Office Space Availa-
ble
1543 Sq. Ft. Locat-
ed at 4342 Hwy 90,
Pace, FL 32571
850-994-9633
(West Section of the
Pace Chamber of
Commerce Building)
$1,697.00 per
month
Plus Tax and 1/2
Electric
OC:cupnrc,, Availa-
L -e Irrmea ilI ly
Call-Lloyd Hinote
Tel.# 516-6960

406
Homes
2 OR 3/br house.
Fenced in yard on
acre of land. 3 miles
from Milton towards
Whiting. 626-8973
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
house for rent. Dou-
ble car garage.
$950/mth $950/de-
posit. Fence yard,
nice house.
698-8337
Ready June 1st/Mil-
ton off Berryhill Rd.
3BD/2BA
1244 SF.
Off Pine Blossom
Road $950 per
month. 449-0457 or
626-0353
FOR RENT-

*3/2 Home,
8959 Gristmill Way,
East Milton $950

*3/2 Home,
8408 Chisholm Rd,
Pensacola $850

*3/2 Home
on Golf Course
5661 Trevino Dr,
Milton $1,200

Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
FOR RENT
3/2 house, Avalon
area, fireplace, large
lot,. 2000 SOFT.,
CHA, 2 car garage,
$850/$500. call:
850-232-4286
FOR RENT 4 bed-
rooms 2 full baths
with den, deck, new
kitchen, carpet and
paint. Non-smokers,
you pay for credit
check $1250/mo or


$1150/mo with mili-
tary ID $850 deposit
850-686-1870 or
850-686-1871
FOR RENT or Sale:
3/br 2/ba in Cul de
Sac, Large work-
shop garage. Locat-
ed in Milton, Conv.
to everything.
$139,000 or $1,100
per month. Call
Janet Coulter Realty
206-3666


406
Homes
LEASE TO own
3BR/1BA on 1 acre
in Bagdad. Avail.
May 1st. $850/mo
$850/dep includes
garbage. No smok-
ers. Call Janet:
206-3666
MILTON 3/1
$400/mo plus
$400/deposit. CH/A,
W/D hookup. 6731
West Walker St. Call
623-2136.
MILTON CHINQUA-
PIN Large 2/BD
2/BA new carpet, no
pets $770/$770
995-4831
RENTALS 2 to 3 BR
in Jay, Milton and
Pace. $400 to $650
per month. Call:
994-5703
408
Land
LAND FOR Sale
5.44 acres. Hwy 89
North. $108,000.
850-516-4377
LAND FOR SALE
Refer to
Classification
#510

410
Mobile Homes
2/BR 1.5/BA in D&D
park. Total Electric
Water & garbage.
No pets. $465/mth
Bay Crest Realty.
994-7918
2/BR 2/BA FDR To-
tal Electric. East
Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
2/BR 2/BA Private
lot $525/mth
$200/deposit. Total
Electric, No Pets.
5072 Rigdeway
Blvd. Bay Crest Re-
alty 994-7918
2/BR FRONT Kitch-
en, total electric.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch
626-8973
2BD/1BA
MOBILE Home
C/H/A, total electric,
on private lot,
screened porch, ice
maker, fridge, dish-
washer, partially fur-
nished. $485 a
month 1st and last
months rent. $300
deposit. Credit
Check. leave mes-
sage if no one is
home. 995-6138
2BR/1BA MOBILE
Home. $475/mo+
deposit. Need refer-
ences.
Call 850-537-6222
or 850-499-7412.
2BR/1 BDNice,
clean, and quiet.
Water and garbage
furnished. No pets.
Call 623-6055.
3/BR 1/BA 2004 or
2005 Mobile home.
Total Electric, no
pets. East Gate Mo-
bile Home Ranch
626-8973
3/BR 2/BA Double-
wide in Pace. Pri-
vate lot, total elec-
tric, no pets.
$750/mth $500/de-
posit.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
DOUBLEWIDE
3/BR 2/BA. Total
Electric. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973
FOR RENT
3BR, 2BA mobile
home on private lot.
$600.00 per month
plus deposit Call
623-0868
FOR RENT
E. Milton, 3/br 2/ba
doublewide, fenced.
Clean, fresh paint &
tiled. Private proper-
ty, residential agri.
area. $725/mth &
deposit. Discounts
available.Family &
Law enforcement
welcome.
(850)324-3512
MOBILE HOME for
rent. Large single
wide 3BD/2BA on
quiet country acre.
Non-smokers only.
$600/month Refer-
ences, lease and
deposit required.
5 minutes to 1-10.


623-9623
MOBILE HOME in
park 1/br 1/ba. Pace
area $435/mth
$200/deposit no
pets, total electric.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
MOBILE HOMES
for rent call for pric-
ing and availability
850-983-1091 or
850-368-7506


410
Mobile Homes
NICE, QUIET, clean
park. Rent includes
water, garbage,
lawn service. No
pets. 2/br 1/ba for
$400/mth 2/br 2/ba
for $500/mth.
Call 255-7772
SMALL 2/BR Ideal
for single or couple.
East Gate Mobile
Home Ranch.
626-8973 *
VERY NICE
2BD/2BA central
heat & air, deck,
garden tub and
walk-in closet. Wa-
ter, garbage and
sewer included.
$485 per month with
$395/deposit. 3 per-
son max occupancy,
senior discount.
623-9902
VERY NICE 3BR,
2BA, Central H&A,
deck, garden tub. 4
person max occu-
pancy, senior dis-
count. $525mo in-
cludes water, gar-
bage & sewer. $495
deposit 623-9902
7825 Sonnydale Ln.
412
Rooms For Rent
MATURE WORK-
ING Female to
share home. 3br/ 1
1/2 ba with mother
and daughter. Pace
area. All utilities in-
cluded with laundry
and kitchen privileg-
es $450/mth with
$100/dep. Small dog
ok. Call 995-1125
or 463-4103
ROOM FOR rent
Milton-Munson
area.Long or short
term. Quiet non-
smoking environ-
ment. Kitchen, laun-
dry, Utilities , satellite
TV, fax, internet, un-
limited long distance
included. $295 mo.
957-4616
414
Roommates
Wanted
ROOMMATE
WANTED
to share home with
female. $400 per/mo
and split utilities.
Good location in
Milton 623-9553





452
Apartments





The All New!
Jay

Apartments

FULLY RENOVATED ONE,TWO, AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS NOW
AVAILABLE W.AC.


850-983-6995






504
Commercial


BUILDING .for
Sale/Lease by own-
er. 1500 Sq. Ft.
2-12'x12' garage
doors. 1/2 shop &
1/2 office/showroom
on N. Steward
across from skating
rink. 983-2296 or
206-4008
COMMERCIAL
HCD for sale by re-
tiring owner. Over
200ft Hwy 90 in East
Milton by overpass.
Cleared and ready
for your business.
Very high traffic
area. Appraised be-
tween 285k-325k
Selling for $225k
983-2296 or
206-4008

506


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Homes
DUPLEX FOR sale,
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duplex, 6 lots, just
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$110,000, Call 994-
9391.
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Hammock'Realty
MILTON / JAY
Brick home on 2
acres 2 car garage
plus workshop, 4/3
2,900sq feet. June
Bauknecht, Exit Re-
alty N.F.I.
(850) 293-0367
MINUTES FROM
Whiting Field! Ready
for move in! Only
three years young,
Adorable 3/2 Hard-
wood Laminet Floor-
ing, Built-in Wine
Rack with Breakfast
Bar! Spacious Mas-
ter Bath. One Car
Garage, Large Back
Yard. Call Deborah
Harrison 850-291-
5723 Simmons Re-
alty Group.
MUST SEE!!
Pace-renovated
4469 Pine Villa Cir.
3/br 1.5/ba.
New: roof, kitchen
appliances, ceramic
flooring, CHA.
$125,000. 983-6613
MUST SELL - $87K
Approx 1100 SF,
completely renovat-
ed, hardwood floors,
new HVAC, win-
dows, roof, ceiling
fans in all rooms.
3/1, carport, storage
shed, great location
for schools, 6449
Sellers, Milton,
206-2752
REDUCED PRICE
$319,900
RELOCATING:
MUST SELL
3000sqft 4BD/3BA
home in PACE on 1
acre, fireplace, fam-
ily room, florida
room, office, 2car
garage, build 10/05.
Fenced lanscaped
yard. Open House:
Sun-Sat 5123 Gar-
denbrook Blvd,
32570 (off Hamilton
Bridge) 11am-7pm
(850) 776-2583

Home Convenient-
ly Located: 6597
College Drive, Mil-
ton; 3 BD, 2 BA,
16x32 in-ground
pool, new liner,
$134,900. Eileen
Tucker, Exit Realty
NFI, 850-516-5005

510
Land
240 ROAD Frontage
x 420 lot for sale off
West Spencerfield
Rd. 3rd lot behind
Winn Dixie. Aoned
RM1 possible com-
mercial
$300,000/firm.
698-8337
5 ACRES fenced
pasture for sale.
Located off Munson
Hwy, Indian Ford
Rd. Close to Cold
Water Creek.
$90,000 957-8784
or 554-5237
9 ACRES on Whit-
ing Field Circle, se-
cluded, high & dry,
large restricted
home site, plenty of
deer, close to Whit-
ing Field public .golf
course, convenient
to Milton $110,000
ERA Bill Wallace
Realty (850)623-
5330 or (850)572-
6500
DEER COUNTRY
Land for sale off 41
on Hwy 55/Travis


Rd. 4-15 acres.
251-867-9155
850-623-4750
FOR SALE
McDavid Florida,
Cox Rd. 20 acres
ready to build. Elec-
tric and well.
$100,000. 418-1887
LAND FOR RENT
Refer to
Classification
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510
Land
LOT FOR sale
Sinclair - ready to
build on. 983-3233
NORTH GEORGIA
Mountain Properties.
For your free guide
call (877)635-6461
or to see entire
book, visit
www.ngmrealestate-
guide.com and click
on front page pic-
ture.

512
Mobile Homes
.5 ACRE with 12x65
Mobile home, septic
tank, power pole,
water meter. Locat-
ed in East Milton.
$60,000. or you can
pay $46,000 and
take over land pay-
ment of $170/mth.
Mobile Home is not
part of land mort-
gage payment. At
this point the home
will be paid for and
this will leave
$14,000 left owing
on the land.
479-9252


556
Homes
3BR/2BA FORE-
CLOSURE!
$30,000! Only
$238/Mo! 5% down
20 years @ 8%
APR. Buy 6/BR
$215/Mo! For list-
ings (800)366-9783
Ext 5798.
A 5/BR HUD!
$39,900! Only
$317/Mo! Won't
Last! 5% down 20
years @ 8% APR.
For listings call
(800)366-9783 Ext
5760.
HUD HOMES!
4BR/2BA $199/mo!
Stop Renting! 5%
dw, 20 yrs @ 8%
APR. 5BR/3BA
Foreclosure!
$317/mo! For Listing
(800)366-9783 Ext
5853.
PALM HARBOR
HOMES Certified
Modular & Mobile
Home Specialists.
Call for FREE Color
Brochures (800)622-
2832.


560 560
Land Land
*LAND AUCTION* AUCTION 2,711+/-
200 Props Must be Acres Divided. Sat.,
Sold! Low Down / E- May 5, 11:00 a.m.
Z Financing. Free Atkinson County,
Catalog (866)554- A . Here is the per-
3852 www.LAN- fect rerea ional
DAUCTION.com
NRLL East:AB2509, property for the serin-
Bulziuk:AU3448, ous hunter or seri-
Johnston:AU3449, ous land investor.
Mauk:AU3447. This unique property
JUST $195.22/ sells divided into 3
MONTH* 1+ acres tracts from 634+/- to
with FREE Boat 945+/- acres. 2,630
Slips! Nicely wooded acres in Wetland
lake access property Reserve Conserva-
in brand new pre- tion Program, extra-
mier development ordina hunting and
on spectacular ordinary hunting and
160,000 acre rec- fishing. There is 81
rational lake! Prime acres not in conser-
waterfronts availa- vation program, per-
ble. Call (800)704- fect for cabin or
3154, x 1113. Price lodge. Pay 20%
$34,900, *20% down, 10% buyer's
down, balance fi- premium. Call for in-
nanced 30 years, formation (800)479-
7.5% fixed, OAC 1763. GAL#2034.
FL Land Bargains.
5 to 100 Acres 30% Auction conducted
to 50% below mar- by John Dixon & As-
ket. Call (866)352- sociates www.john-
2249, X. 1200. dixon.com.

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ACROSS
1. Breach of secrecy
5. Space between
8. Go, team!
11. In some other way
12. Madrid mister
14. Two Years Before
The Mast author
15. Author Parent
16. Teases
18. Turtles
20. Sign for another
season
21. German spa
22. Alpha follower
23. Moons
26. Poke
27. Eleventh, for one
31. Not urban
32. Queen, in India
33. Book of literary
sayings
34. Bacchanalia
35. Goodbye, Mr. Chips
actor
36. Birdsong of
basketball
37. Oversized tart
38. Daring Knievel
39. Choppers
40. Duchin of music
42. French article
43. Ward off
44. Wading bird
46. Pal
47. India's neighbor


49. Kind of property
54. Putting up with
56. Defense org.
57. Bird (Latin)
58. Therefore
59. "___A Feeling"
(2 wds.)
60. West of Brooklyn
61. Hardwood tree
62. Recipe amts.



DOWN
1. Mark of a full-bodied
wine
2. Zip
3. Far East's locale
4. Seaweed
5. Equips
6. Miller and Jillian
7. Fish trap
8. Destroy
9. Freshly
10. -been
12. Dams up
13. Melted cheese dish
14. Alice's cat
17. " The Sunshine
In"
19. Bell sound
22. Platitudinous
23. Ghastly
24. Encouraged
25. Aye's opposite
26. Alexander and
Seymour


560
Land
CAROLINA MOUN-
TAINTOP Large 4
acre tract in last
phase of popular
gated mountain
community with
great view of moun-
tains, large public
lake and waterfall
nearby, priced to sell
$79,500 (866)789-
8535.
Tennessee Lake
Bargain 3 + Acres-
$19,900. FREE Boat
Slips! Save $5000
during pre-construc-
tion sale! Enjoy ac-
cess to private, Jim-
my Houston en-
dorsed bass lake.
Paved roads, utilit-
ies, soils tested.
LAKEFRONT availa-
ble. Excellent financ-
ing. Call now
(866)685-2562, X
1006.




708
Pets
FREE TO loving
home greyhound /
walker. Beautiful
white w/ speckled
spots on ears &
face. Needs large
yard to run and play.
Very funny, sweet
and playful.
791-1344


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712
Lost & Found
PETS
Greyhound/Hunter
Mix found in Pace.
Please call to ID
791-1344

LOST YOUR PET?
Be sure to call
Santa Rosa
Animal Control
to report him
missing and to
be sure he's not
there waiting
on you to
pick him up!
850-983-4680

STILL LOST African
Gray Bird. "Augusta"
is gray with a red
tail. Lost in George-
town Estates Neigh-
borhood. Lost Satur-
day, April 7th. $200
reward, no ques-
tions asked. Please
call 626-8239




804
Apparel
SUSPENDERS
WITH patented "No
Slip Clip" Lifetime
Guarantee. FREE
catalog (800)700-
4515 www.suspend-
ers.com.

806
Appliances
321N ZENITH HDTV
color, great condi-
tion.. Paid $850 ask-
ing $350.
Ethan Allen black
rod iron headboard,
beautiful. Paid $600
asking $300. Texas
style wood desk
chair with wheels.
$60.
623-9112


28. Bad western
29. Jesse's quest
30. Measles symptom
31. Funambulist's need
32. Wanders about
35. Samson's conqueror
36. Above, poetically
39. Bills
41. Scared sounds
43. Purify
45. Roadblock
46. __ press
(weightlifting)
47. Lox variety
48. Author Wiesel
49. Election
paraphernalia
50. Step __! (2 wds.)
51. Old horses
52. On the summit
53. Great quantity
54. -o'-shanter
55. Sassafras or
chamomile


806
Appliances
FOR SALE
Kenmore Stove $90.
Kenmore Washer
$85. Kenmore Dryer
$85. All in excellent
condition. 995-8730

814
Furniture
FOR SALE
Large black enter-
tainment center. $50
Oak coffee table and
2-end tables with
doors $75.
850-313-1658
FOR SALE
Oak Dining table
with 6 chairs. Mis-
sion Style. $500.
623-4815
818
Lawn Equipment
28" SNAPPER rid-
ing mower with bag-
ger - fare condition.
$250.00 623-5411
NEW CRAFTSMAN
grass catcher for 38"
mower (model #917-
248900). It is a 6
bushel, 2-bin soft
bagger. New at
Sears $329.00, ask-
ing $200.00. Call af-
ter 5pm (850)623-
1856, ask for Ron.

828
Electronics
Stereo-TV-VCR
BOSE CD/RADIO,
like new $300.00
623-5411

830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
2 BURIAL Plots
at Memory Park
Garden Of Prayer.
Save $600 will sell
both for $1600.
call 623-6481
Leave message
DOUBLE D Farms -
we pick or you pick
strawberries. Also
available our famous
onions. Hwy 89
North at Allen town
Florida. Closed Sun-
days. Try our fresh
local Strawberries.
983-6925 or
293-9752
FOR SALE
Frigidaire 18000
BTU window AC unit
$100, Kenmore
dishwasher $100,
entertainment center
$40 Call 995-5017


830
Miscellaneous
For Sale
FOR SALE Coffee
table & 2 end tables
$50; booster car
seat $4; Graco walk-
er $10; Baby gate
$8; 8 Tracks $1
each; Disney VHS
tapes $4 each.
Call 623-4270
FOR SALE
Handycap assess
ladder for above
ground pool. $250.
Large screen Sear's
TV table, new $150.
995-0606
FOR SALE new hot
tub, with 4 seats,
and 2 loungers.
$1500, call 501-
0270.
FOR SALE
Oak Roll top desk.
2-freezers
washer/dryer
Furniture
John Deer Tractor
Pressure washer
Trailer
Chipper
Lawn Mowers
Tools and many
other items.
983-2296 or
206-4008
FOR SALE
Size 42 long mans
suits, very good con-
dition $50 ea.
(850) 623-4278
FOR SALE
Wedding gown with
veil & crinoline $75
obo.
2-Direct drive turn
tables. Digital 2
channel and effects
mixer storage case
& stand. Like new.
$500. 994-9825
METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ buy direct
from manufacturer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.
Quick turn around!
Delivery Available..
(352)498-0778 Toll
free (888)393-0335
code 24.
www.GulfCoastSup-
ply.com.



Centipede-
St. Augustine
Farx-o Direct
W:e Deliver
434-0066


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A - A A -

* Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room
* Spacious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets
*Architectural Shingles * Vinyl Exterior Trim
* Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
* Garden Tub and Shower
* Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
- Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms
*French Doors * Gas or Wood Fireplace


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830
Miscellaneous
For Sale





We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. * Milton
626-85780

832
Miscellaneous
Wanted
GLASS CRAFTER
needs empty glass
soft drink bottles, (all
kinds). Not necessa-
rily collectors edi-
tions. Will pick up.
Call: 983-8042
PAY CASH for junk
cars or trucks. Run-
ning or not. Call
983-9527 or 723-
5048



904
Cars

$500 POLICE Im-
pounds, Cars from
$500! Tax Repos,
US Marshal and IRS
sales! Cars, Trucks,
SUV's, Toyota's,
Honda's, Chevy's
and more! For list-
ings Call (800)425-
1730 ext.2384.

1997 GRAND Mar-
quis 139,000 miles
994-1944 Great con-
dition, 1 owner
$3000
AUTO'S FOR Sale
Honda Civic 1997!
$700! Nissan Altima
1995 $770! Toyota
Corolla 1995 $540!
Police Impounds
Available Now! For
listings Call
(800)366-9813
Ext.9271.
FOR SALE
1966 Pontiac Bon-
neville, All power, all
original low miles,
Looks great, runs
great! $6500. Call
Mike @ 554-9127.
FOR SALE
1996 Impala SS
$7000 OBO.
623-3339
FOR SALE
1998 Honda CRV
66,000 miles, very
clean. 28 . mpg.
$8000. 623-8004
FOR SALE
Clean 1993 Dodge
Caravan, cold a/c,
new tires. $23000.
Low Miles.
1993 Ford Mustang
2DR Coupe. $3300.
Phone: 981-9695

906
Boats
1985 BASS Tracker
w/35 H.P. Mercury
outboard, trailer, fish
finder, trolling motor.
Good condition.
$2200. Call Billy @
850-496-5482 or
626-8683


906
Boats

FOR SALE
18' Aluminum Jon
Boat and Trailer.
$600. 995-4291
FOR SALE
1990 18ft. Bass
Tracker with 110
Evinrude and
Galvanized trailer.
393-8742 or 982-
0139

910
Motorcycles

1998 KAWASAKI
Vulcan Classic 1998
15k original miles
$2,000 in extras
$4500 Firm. Please
call 261-8407 or
957-4952
FOR SALE
2003 Anniversary
Edition Fat Boy.
16,800K Garage
kept and well main-
tained. $15,000 obo.
512-2600
912
Motor Homes
1995 25FT Prowler
5th wheel trailer.
Sleeps 6 comforta-
bly. $5,495 obo.
Call Chumuckla
United Methodist
Church 994-6094 or
995-4261
FOR SALE
2001 26' Starcraft
5th wheel with 13'
slideout. Excellent
condition & new
tires. $12,000
Call: 981-1951 or
994-6566

916
Sport Utility
Vehicles
FOR SALE
1992 Jeep Wrangler
4WD; very good
condition. $5200, in
Milton. Call Billy @
850-496-5482 or
626-8683

920
Vans

91 ASTRO VAN
4.3 Automatic trans-
mission, runs good.
AC is cold. $2195
232-7255
FOR SALE
1995 Chevy Van
(high top-custom)
121k miles, one
owner, power steer-
ing, power breaks,
TV & VCR $4500.00
623-0868
922
Other
POLICE IM-
POUNDS for Sale!
Honda Accord 1994
$400! Nissan Sentra
1994 $200! Ford Es-
cort 1997 $700! for
listings , ,call
(800)366-9813
Ext.9271.


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Baths Sq. Ft.
Bellehaven I 1040
Chadwick 2 1149
Stratford 2 1257
Norwood 2 1341
Mayfair 2 1418
Diplomat 2 1510
Hampton 2 1525
Gemini 2 1579
Inglewood 2 1586
Ambassador 2 1610
York 2 1622
Oxford 2 1713
Lexington 2 1812
Lexington 4 BR 2 1812
Pinebrook (Signature Series)2 1833
Fleetwvood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
Executnve 2 1/2 2215
Regency (Signature Series) 3 2495
2 Bedroom Duple\ 2 (I each unit) 1740
3 Bedroom Duplex 4 (2 each unit) 2062


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Price
67,800
70,900
78,400
83,000
83,900
86,8800
88,100
90,600
98,100
91.200
95.000
97,300
101,300
101.700
116,600
108,400
131.300
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I B & W Masonry ,I
Brick's & Block's Concrete
*Brick Mail Boxes
*Knee Walls
NO JOB TOO SMALL!
LICENSED & INSURED
FREE ESTIMATES
434-5824


K & N Lawn Service
- ~-Mowing-Edging
- Trimming
-Debri Removal
f Licensed & Insured
- REASONABLE
PRICES






Slim's Auto Salvage
We pay top DOLLAR for
all your Junk cars, trucks
and loose iron.
Free Tow aways
626-6730 or
626-9624



Need Stucco Work?
Call


LICENSED AND INSURED
CONVENTIONAL & SYNTHETIC SYSTEMS '
698-8327
626-9164




Backhoe Work
Stump & Tree Removal
Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
No Job Too Big or Small
Licensed & Insured





MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason

Patios Driveways Walks
Free Estimates Quality work
No job too small Affordable prices

850-994-0897


OKKI JAPANESE
Steak House & Sushi Bar
Special offer Only Wednesday and Thursday
Two Rolls for one.
Willy, Sp,, Tu-. a C'.,u:um'T er ,S. so:, rap,
Calliornia: ". :,: D,, Cra ,& C ucum o, r
Unagi |Eel): Ei & & Cucurnrt-er
Spicy Tuna: Tuna Cuurrr
Alaskan: C -rab ..,.:, ' 5 ,alanorn
Florida: Tjr,a .,c d.:
BosIon: Tamarrac. Crao ' uinnmp
Milton: ",.X a.x:. .: IC Crar. & Trr.pura Fak.e-
Church Shrimp: Srrrnrp Cu,:urr,.er & Ternripura
Fiakn nc
New Jersey: Shrimp Cu:umcer & Tanmacio
Not Valid Witn Any Other Offer




All Types of Fences
New Installation and Repairs.
Specializing in Privacy Fences
Our privacy fences are buillv ith SCREWS
Free Erlmaile L,:'Call,0 Owried
LUCenied & insured
485-2532
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Home Improvements
N.F., Inc.
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* Licensed
* Free Eshmales
25 Years Experience cL.. _
NO JOB TOO SMALLII
(850) 981-3936 anytime
Cell: 850-346-3007


* Also Removes
Roots, Bushes, Hedgerows
* Backyard Accessible
* Local Contractor-Retired USN
Senior Discount
Licensed 232-8746 Insured



LAWNMOWER REPAIR
Small engine repairs.
Kohler, Briggs & Teccumseh.
SBlowers -Chainsaws *Edgers I
*Lawn Equipment *Generators
*Pressure Washers
Parts also sold here.
Boutwell Automotive
6593 Caroline Street in Milton
85Q-623-4750


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TREE WORK
Free Estimates:



Albert Pearson, Owner
Licensed
850-983-1431

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DIRT CHEEP
Cleaning Service
We Furnish Supplies
Senior Discount with Ad
Homes * Condos * Offices
850-384-2388


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