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Santa Doa's Press


WEDNESDAY

May 23. 2007


Joe Bamberg



leaves legacy


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain @srpressgazette.comn
A ninety-one year old life
of extraordinary and unparal-
leled impact and influence here,
expired during the early morn-
ing hours of Monday, May 21,
2007, bringing to a dignified
close a life that was unselfishly
spent in service to mankind
through a ministry of spiritual
outreach that is destined to out-
live, perhaps, even its com-
memoration.
It was that of my friend and
mentor, Reverend "Brother


Joe" Bamberg, who was per-
haps one of the most well
known and respected individu-
als ever to walk the streets of
this community and beyond,
and talk the language of both
the mighty and the common
men among them.
He passed on peacefully as
he had lived, secure in the
knowledge that a space had
been reserved for him in anoth-
er time and place where he
would never again be beset by
the ravages of time and materi-
See LEGACY, Page 5A


Another Laidlaw


driver in trouble


The State Fire Marshall's Office says it is investigating nine fires that burned over the weekend in this region. Five of those were in Santa
Rosa County. This blaze destroyed a home on Sleepy Hammock Rd. in East Milton early Saturday morning. The Red Cross responded with
assistance for the family. Volunteer fire departments from all over the county responded to fight the fire.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


es


Sgt. Scott Haines of the
Santa. Rosa County Sheriff's
Office said,
"Deputies and fire person-
nel were dispatched to 4950
Spring Street in reference to a
structure fire. While en route,
deputies were informed there
might be someone still inside
the home."
When fire teams arrived at
the scene they found the house
engulfed in flames. Sgt. Haines
related, "A person present stat-
ed that there was an elderly
male inside the house and that
he was in a wheelchair and was
unable to walk because he just


had surgery."
Once the Jay Volunteer Fire
Dept. extinguished the fire,
deputies were informed that a
body had been discovered in the
front right bedroom. Lt. Fiedor
says as part of the investigation,
the roof ofthe home was
removed, and at the present
time the cause of the firedoesn't
appear to be suspicious. He
commented that because it's
stillearly in the investigation,
follow up interviews would be
conducted.
Saturday night's fatal blaze
was not the only fire in the
county overthe weekend. The


n fire


State Fire Marshall's Pensacola
office reported ninefires in the
region, with as many as five in
Santa Rosa County, including a
car fire on Sunday night.
Amongst the rash of fires in
the county over the weekend
was one that destroyed a mobile
home on Sleepy Hammock Rd.
in East Milton. Fire
Chief Bill Thompson con-
firmed the blaze broke out
around 1:30 am he believed the
cause to be electrical.
Two families were involved
and the Red Cross responded
See FIRE, Page 5A


By RYAN ARVAY
iCnews @sirpr'ssfgazertte.,, ,i . ... .--.-
A house fire claimed the
life of an elderly man during the
late hours of Saturday night.
The man was identified as
Phillip Hoare, 80 years old, of
Jay. Lt. Kevin Fiedor of the
State Fire Marshall's Office
reported that the other occupant
of the home, a woman, survived
the fire. Lt. Fiedor says that
reports from the scene indicate
that the woman attempted to
save the home and the person
inside with a water hose, while
the man in the house tried to put
the fire out from the inside.


By LYNNE HOUGH
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More than 20 years ago,
Louis Miller was accused of sex
crimes against children in Ohio.
In April 2005, he was
arrested in Milton on the same
type of charges. Last month,
after serving 24 months of a 48-
month sentence, Miller was
scheduled for release.
Instead of being allowed
out into the community, he
went to a Civil Commitment
Center in West Central Florida'
where he will receive "long-
term care, control, and treat-
ment."
Assistant State Attorney
Larry Kaden says Miller volun-
tarily committed himself
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jury trial in Milton.
The trial was to determine
whether Miller was fit to be
released from prison. Kaden
says once Miller saw the evi-
dence against him, he "broke
down" and asked for help.
Kaden was ready to prose-
cute Miller in the May 21 civil
commitment case, with expert
testimony alleging Miller suf-
fers a mental abnormality or
personality disorder.
The disorder, in Miller's
case, gives the man the desire to
commit sexual acts against
small children. State prosecu-
tors contend his "sexual prob-
lems make him a danger to the
community."
So, rather than allow Miller
to be set free into society,
Kaden says State Attorney Bill
Eddin's office chose to prose-
cute Miller under Florida's
1998 Jimmy Ryce law.
The law gives the State the
opportunity to pursue treatment
for convicted sex
offenders/predators who are
likely to act on their illicit
desires again.
Kaden says each case is
looked at individually and
involves evaluation by more
than one psychiatrist, then by a
team. If successful, the end
result is a civil commitment in
which the offender is moved
straight from prison to a lock-
down treatment facility.
In Miller's case, he chose
not to face a jury and voluntary
See RYCE, Page 4A.


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
A Santa Rosa County bus
driver as been suspended fol-
lowing an arrest in which she
was accused of slapping an ele-
mentary-age child.
Authorities say the incident
was caught on tape.
Melissa Jean Andrews, 29,
was arrested last Wednesday for
battery and child neglect in con-
nection with the May 10 inci-
dent.
Police reports say two stu-
dents involved altercation on
the school bus. Andrews told
authorities she repeatedly
requested the students stop
fighting. When they did not, she
allegedly struck one of the juve-
niles in the head.
Andrews was released and
is waiting to be arraigned on
June 18. She is on unpaid leave
from driving a school bus,
according to Laidlaw.
This is the second time a
Santa Rosa School bus driver
has come under fire in a two-
month period.


Bobby Watson, 14, Bradley, Fla., performed at Sunday's Cherokee Indian Pow-Wow on Munson Highway.
This was the first year for the event to be held in Santa Rosa. Organizers say they are pleased with the
turnout and note similar, though much larger, events are held across the Southeast.
Press Gazette photos by Lynne Hough



Area lawmen begin seat belt crackdown


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell @ srpressgazette. comi
On Monday, the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office
announced that they are joining
with the state and local law
enforcement and highway safe-
ty officials May 21-June 3 to
initiate an aggressive national
"Click It or Ticket" campaign.
During this time, a zero-toler-
ance policy will be shown
toward people who are not


buckled up. The new emphasis
this year is on convincing more
people to buckle up day AND
night.
"Clearly more drivers at
night than during the day are
taking the attitude that 'it will
never happen to me,' but the risk
of a fatal crash actually goes up
significantly at night. That's
why beginning mid-May, we'll
be buckling down to make sure
all passengers, in all vehicles,


are buckled up-day and night,"
says Santa Rosa County Sargent
Scott Haines.
According to the National
Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSH), more
than 15,000 passenger vehicle
occupants died in traffic crashes
between the hours of 6 p.m.-
5:59 a.m. in 2005, and 59% of
those vehicle occupants were
not wearing seat belts. In the
See SEAT BELT, Page 4A.


School Bus Driver Jerome
Keith Bevins, 70, Navarre, was
placed on an unpaid suspension
following the Tuesday accident.
Sixteen Woodlawn Middle
School students were transport-
ed to hospitals following the
crash. None of the injuries were
serious, though one student did
stay one night at Sacred Heart
Hospital, listed in guarded con-
dition.
Florida Highway Patrol
reports indicate speed was a
"contributing factor" in the
accident. Bevins was unable to
make a turn, according to FHP,
due to the speed of the bus. The
top of the bus hit a power sup-
ply box and power pole on
Shoni Dr. The bus rolled onto
its right side near East Bay
Blvd.
Days later, another school
bus was struck on Ward Basin
Road with about 20 students on
board. One Milton High School
student was taken to the hospi-
tal with minor injuries.
The driver in that accident
was not at fault.



Mardi Gras


death ruled

'accidental'

A Navarre man who was
found dead on the beach fol-
lowing Mardi Gras this year
died from drowning, according
to Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office Investigators
Joshua Michael Whittier,
21 years old, died as a result of
an accidental drowning with a
contributory cause of cocaine
intoxication.
Officials say it was deter-
mined Whittier had levels of
alcohol and cocaine in his sys-
tem that would have impaired
his ability to balance, swim,
tread water, etc. The cocaine
level indicated recent cocaine
usage-within hours.
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Officials say they con-
ducted a thorough investigation
into all aspects of the case and
no evidence of foul play was
discovered.
The drugs found in his sys-
tem corroborate several wit-
nesses' accounts indicating he
was extremely intoxicated and
refused several people offering
him rides home. Due to the
cocaine in his system, any type
of physical exertion in the water
in an attempt to stay afloat
would have contributed to his
death, according to Sheriff's
reports.
The case has been cleared
as an accidental drowning.
Sheriff's officials say they
anticipate no further investiga-
tion into the death.


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Wednesday-May 23, 2001


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Obituaries


S


PEAK


OUT


Saturday, 6:26 p.m.
This is Fred. Finally, we
have someone who will tell the
truth. You are right on Kenneth.
The Republicans are lining
their pockets with our hard-
earned gas money. And like
Rosie O'Donnell, I agree that
the CIA planted a bomb in
those buildings on 9-11 so we
could go to war and look for
Bin Laden and Al Queda.
Thank you.

Saturday, 3:12 p.m.
This is Juanita from Pace.
In response to the letter about
the Speak Out regarding the
postal service, I don' think there
is anything that any one of us
can do about it. We have a
bunch of bimbos in charge of it,
I guess. My daughter sent me a
Mother's Day card postmarked
May 11 before the postal rates
went up. And I didn't get it until
a week later. It has traveled half
way around the country trying
to get someone to pay 19 cents
postage due on a card that
already had a 39-cent stamp on
it.

Saturday, 3:11 p.m.
Hi, this is Miriam. This is
for Kenneth who complained
about the Republicans control-
ling gas prices as part of a con-
spiracy. The Democrats prom-
ised they would do something
about gas prices and big oil
companies if they were elected.
Since the Democratis now have
control of the House and
Senate, we have heard nothing
from them on the issue. So
don't blame the Republicans.
Thank you.

Tuesday, 12:15 p.m.
I wonder if there is more to
the story of Milton police offi-
cers leaving than just pay. With
the payraise the department will
start, the pay scale here is clos-
er to other departments. If peo-
ple are still leaving, then we
have to ask ourselves 'why?'

Tuesday, 12:45 p.m.
Santa Rosa County com-
missioners don't have to
approve another air ambulance
to work here. All it should take
is a mutual aid agreement. A
fire department just has to
request a helicopter and that
will give anyone requested the
authority to come to Santa Rosa
County. Same thing works for
ground ambulances when Santa
Rosa asks Escambia or
Okaloosa to help out.


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


Broxson,
Linda Grace

Linda Grace Broxson of
Ward Basin Road, Milton, FL,
died Saturday, May 19, 2007 in
a Covenant Hospice facility in
Pensacola, FL. After a lengthy
illness, she is at peace with her
Creator. Ms. Broxson was a
native of Santa Rosa County, a
graduate of Milton High
School, and had attended
Pensacola Junior College. Most
recently, she had worked as a-.
dispatcher with the Milton
Police Department retiring in
early 2006 due to health prob-
lems. Linda loved books and
was an avid reader.
Ms. Broxson was preceded
in death by her parents-Robert
J. and Fronia C. Broxson, and
by her brother-Cleve
Broxson, and her sisters, Mazie
B. Hoodless, Mamie Parker,
and Ann Bishop. She is sur-
vived by her sister and brother-
in-law, Lucille and Ed Pean of
Portland, OR, and her sister-in-
law-Cubie Broxson, and her
brother-in-law, Willie C.
Bishop, both of Milton. She is
also survived by several genera-
tions of many nieces and
nephews and cousins.
Funeral service will be con-
ducted by the Reverend John C.
Wallace of St. Mary's
Episcopal Church, Milton, on
Wednesday, May 23, 2007, at
10 a.m. in the Lewis Funeral
Home Chapel, Milton, FL.
Burial will be in Hickory
Hammock Cemetery. Visitation
was Tuesday, May 22, 2007
from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lewis
Funeral Home in Milton.
Active pallbearers will be
nephews. Honorary pallbearers
will be nephews, cousins, and
members of the City of Milton
Police Department and staff.
Ms. Broxson's family would
like to thank Dr. Dennis
Mayeaux, Santa Rosa Medical
Center and staffs, the Joyce
Goldenberg Covenant Hospice
nurses and staff, Accumed
Home Health (nurse-Vera
Murphy, and caregiver, Renee
Wires). We are especially grate-
ful for the help and support of
family and friends during
Linda's illness and at this time
of our mutual sorrow.



Fauss,
Madeline V.

Madeline V. Fauss, age 89
of Loganville died Thursday,
May 17, 2007. Funeral services
were held 3 p.m., Saturday,
May 19, 2007 in the Loganville
Chapel of Tim Stewart Funeral
Home. Pastor Ronnie Kendall
officiated.
Mrs. Fauss was a home-
maker and was of the Baptist
faith.
Her husband, Clarence
"Bus" Fauss, predeceased her
in 1993, and her brother, L.
Clyde Homer, Jr., in 2006 and
also a great granddaughter,
Hannah Morris in 1995.
Survivors include chil-
dren-Virginia & Arnie
Belknap of Piedmont, SC;
Terry & Larry Corbin of
Loganville; sisters and broth-
ers-in-law-Lillian Horner of
Parkersburg, WV; Kathryn &
Tom Granfield of Oxford, GA;
sister-in-law-Jean Fauss,
Parkersburg, WV; 6 grandchil-
dren; 17 great grandchildren;
several nieces & nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memori-


als to First Baptist Church of
Loganville at 680 Tom Brewer
Rd, Loganville, GA 30052.
Please sign online guest reg-
istry at www.stewartfh.com.


Foote,
John H.

John H. Foote, 79, of
Bagdad, Florida passed away
peacefully on Thursday, May
10, 2007, surrounded by his
family.
John was born in
Cleveland, Ohio, and lived in
Lima, Ohio, until his enlistment
in the Navy at age 17. In 1945
he was selected to the Navy V-5
Program, Class of 13-47. He
retired from Civil Service in
1990, as Supervisor of Survey,
Engineering Dept., N.A.S.
Pensacola.
John had a wide variety of
interests including music,
woodworking, local history,
birding, geology, astronomy,
boating and his cats. He was
also a member of the Bagdad-
United Methodist Church.
John was preceded in death
by his parents, Charles H. and
Madeline J. Foote. He is sur-
vived by his caring wife of 57
years, Barbara Baker Foote;
children: Paula J. Griffin
(Doug) of St. ,Augustine,
Johnny W. Foote (Georgette),
David H. Foote (Cindy), and
Lee Anne Winchester (Larry
,Jr.) all of Pensacola; his sister:
Laurie Erwin (Dick); grandchil-
dren: Chad (Melanie), Matthew,
Tyler, Zachary, Jenny, Aaron,
Laura, and Andrew Foote; great
grandchild: John Gavin Foote;
nephews: Joey (Karen) and
Toby (Karen) Erwin,; and
niece: Valerie (Jeff) Prevatte.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Foote were held at 11:30 a.m.
on Thursday, May 17, 2007 at
the Bagdad United Methodist
Church, 4540 Forsyth Street,
Bagdad, FL with Pastor Gary
Jones officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in the Barrancas National
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
The family received friends
from 6 until 8 p.m. on
Wednesday, May 16, 2007, at
the Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton.
Due to Barrancas National
Cemetery's Flower limit, the
family requests that memorials
be made to Covenant Hospice,
5907 Berryhill Road, Milton,
FL 32570, or the Alzheimer
Association.
The family would like to
thank all those who prayed and
cared for John in the last
months of his life.

Harrison, Guy R.
1959-2007

Guy R. Harrison, age 60,
passed away Saturday, May 12,
2007, in Milton, FL.
- He was born in Waterloo
Iowa, lived there until he went
to Boys-Town in Nebraska in
1959 and finished out his child-
hood years there. In Boys-
Town, he had many accom-
plishments. He was the mayor,
a member of the swim team, a
drum major, and councilman,
commissioner, lettered , in
wrestling, football, basketball,
baseball, concert choir, choir,
band, string groups, B Club and
Knights of Altar. He graduated
in 1964. ,
He enlisted in the air force
in Oct 1965 and went to San
Antonio Texas for basic train-
ing and then to Dyess AFB,


Texas. From there he volun-
teered and went off to Vietnam
for his tours of duty. When he
returned to the states he was
stationed at Castle AFB in
California where he met the
love of his life and they traveled
all over the globe; from
California to Florida to Japan to
Colorado to Alaska to Reno and
finally Milton, FL. After retir-
ing from the military as a
Senior Master Sgt. in Alaska in
1985, he became a police offi-
cer in Palmer, Alaska until he
retired as a Sgt. in 1998. He was
a well-decorated police officer
in both the military police and
Palmer police. Military honors
included the following medals:
meritorious service, AF com-
mendation, AF outstanding unit
award, AF good conduct,
National Defense Service,
Vietnam service, AF longevity
service, small arms expert
marksmanship. He was a presi-
dential security guard support
for President Nixon. He was a
world-wide. master marksman
champion three years in a row, a
black belt in karate, a proud
member of the VFW, NRA,
Elks and Moose Lodge, a mem-
ber of Crime Stoppers and Boy
Scouts and a world wide travel-
er. He was very respected and
loved by all his peers and he led
a very full and amazing life and
his biggest and proudest
achievements were the love of
his family, especially his grand-
children.
He is survived by his
wife-Loretta Harrison of
Milton, FL; his four children--
Tracy McGregor and family
from Waterford, .CA, Guy A.
Harrison and family from
Milton, FL,. Rachel-Harrison
and family from Reno, NV, and
Michelle Cooney and family
also from Reno, NV; his ten
beautiful grandchildren-Guy-
Alexander, Hunter and Gage
Harrison, Connor and Ella
McGregor, Courtney Harrison
and Corinne and Hope
Bordelon and Kayla and Taylor
Cooney; two sisters-Glenna
Wallace and family of Reno,
NV, Dixie Harrison of Union
City, Iowa; two brothers-Ben
Harrison and family of North
Pole, AK, and Al Harrison and
family from Little Rock. AR.
A memorial service for Mr.
Harrison will be 10 a.m.,
Wednesday, May 23, 200, at
Hurlburt Field Base Chapel, in
Ft. Walton, FL, with Chaplin
Fadallan officiating. Mr.
Harrison will have full military
honors.

Lee,
Revelly Ann Smith

Revelly Ann Smith.Lee, age
44 of Manchester, Ga. Passed
away in Newnan, GA. After a
lengthy illness. She was a
native of and resided most of
her life in Gulf Breeze. She was
a member of the Woodbury
United Methodist Church of
Woodbury, GA.
She is survived by two
daughters-Taria Lee of Ft.
Lauderdale, FL., and Karen Lee
of LaGrange, GA; one grand-
child-Makenzie Leeann
Shepherd; Fianc6-Keith Paige
of Manchester, GA; father and
mother-Austin (Barbara Ann)
of Milton and Karen (Gene)
Dees of Milton; four brothers-
Ellis Smith of Gulf Breeze,
Mickey Dees of Milton, Clifton
Hollifield of Milton and Tony
Hollifield of Milton; three sis-
ters-Shawna Smith of
Pensacola, Sheri Renault of


Milton and Wendy Hollifield of
Key West; two grandmothers-
Eula Mae Mayo and Bernice
Dees.
Funeral services will be at 2
p.m., Thursday, May 24, 2007
in the Lewis Funeral Home,
Milton Chapel with Rev. John
Edwards of Chri'st- United
Methodist Church officiating.
Visitation will be from 1 p.m.
until time of services.


McDonald,
Morrison
Hilda Bly
1923 - 2007

Hilda Bly Morrison
McDonald, age 83, passed
away peacefully to be with our
Lord, Thursday, May 17, 2007.
A native Floridian, she was
born in Sopchoppy, FL in 1923.
Mrs. McDonald attended
Florida State's College for
Women, majoring in research
biology, and left during War
World II to teach under an
emergency teaching certificate.
She went on to become a dedi-
cated founder of the Blackwater
Baptist Church, the Executive
Director of the Benevolent
Association, a City, of Milton
Councilwoman for sixteen
years, the Chair of the commit-
tee which oversaw construction
of Milton's new City Hall, an
originator of the Flower Pots in
Milton's Historic District, a
Charter member of the Santa
Rosa Historical Society and the
first President of the Women's
Advisory Council for Santa
Rosa Hospital. Organizations to
which she belonged include, the
Daughter's of the Confederacy,
the Martha Sunday School
Class of First Baptist Church of
Milton, the Milton Main Street,
the Twilight Circle Garden
Club (since 1976), and the
Lions Club. She was a support-
er of the Boy Scouts of America
and the Santa Rosa Pipes and
Drums.
Mrs. McDonald was a
beloved mother, grandmother
and great grandmother. She will
'le"renrienibered as a Matriarch,
,Patriot' and local Missionary.
She was preceded in death by
her loving husband-Colvin
Webster McDonald III.
Mrs. McDonald is survived
by and will be greatly missed
by her dearly loved children-
Mary (McDonald) and Curtis
Golden, Sonny and Becky
McDonald, Jack and Sharon
McDonald, Sarah (McDonald)
and Mark Moreland, Frances
(McDonald) Maraden, Cathy
McDonald, Bruce and Tonya
McDonald, Margaret
(McDonald) and Dave
Sorenson and Teena
(McDonald) and Don King;
grandchildren-Rita (Golden)
Gunter, Ginger (Golden) Bouk,
Cassie McDonald, Jack
McDonald Jr., Dana McDonald,
Quinn Moreland, Kevin
Kilgore, Jamie McDonald,
Kevin McDonald, David
Sorenson, McKenzie Sorenson,
Elizabeth King, Thomas King,
Tara King, and Maive King;
great-grandchildren-Bailey
Bouk, Whitney Bouk and Mary
Ann Gunter; her sister-Hazel
Crowson and her brother-
Buck Morrison, both of
Tallahassee, FL; and numerous
friends.
Funeral services for Mrs.
McDonald were at 10 a.m.,
Tuesday, May 22, 2007 at the
First Baptist Church of Milton,
located at 6797 Caroline Street,
with Dr. David Spencer officiat-


ing. Burial followed in Serenity
Gardens, with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. The family
received friends Monday, May
21, 2007 between 6 and 8 p.m.
at the Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel.
Pallbearers were State
Attorney Bill Eddins, David
Gunter, Danny Holt, John
Ducker, Mike Long, Robert
Smith and Terry Sowell.
Honorary pallbearers were
Mayor Guy Thompson and
members of the Milton City
Council.
The family wishes to thaIk
the following Granny Nannies,
Tracey, Debra, Karra, Dana,
and B.J. for their love and care
of their mother.
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton will be in charge pI
arrangements.


Ethridge-Griffin,
Wanda Rae

1952 - 2007
Wanda Rae Ethridgp-
Griffin passed away at home on
April 3, 2007. The services
were held at Lewis Funeral
Home in Milton on Good
Friday, April 6, 2007.
Thank you, Linda Anderson
Preceded in death by hei
husband-Rex D. Grifn
(Milton)and Father, Charles
Etheridge. Survived by her lov-
ing family of both maiden and
married families. She had six
sons-3 my half brothers, 2 niy
siblings Gary and Steven
(Milton), 9 grandchildren that
she loved very much and a
Special Daughter in Law foi
which she felt her only daugh-
ter; Three pets: Cow, Goo and
Foo for which she held gre'al
fondness for... and anyone
blessed to feel her warm heart.
radiant personality, and gifted
spirit, which by way of certain
problems may have been hid-
den from some...
To her, my mother, my best
friend, a strong light in my life,
I place these words for all tc
see....
Your life., was often, diffi-
cult, your pain was without
scope
but with: a heavy heart,,]
write, with praise to give you
hope.
You were always there
when I needed you, to laugh oi
shed a tear I
You filled my days with
light untold, and always kept
me near
When life would throw us
down a step, you pushed a little
more,
to keep me on the valiani
course, with wings you helped
me soar.
Although my life was pal
on hold to be there by your sida,
there's not a moment I regret
my travels as your guide. '
In part from all your wtf-
dom, and the trust you had in
me
I know I'll be a better map
please stay with us and see -
for life is harder now you'i,
gone, but I've been tru4
blessed
for all the time we shared
till now, will aid me on mr
quest
to be the fledgling you
always knew would fly away
some day
and start another chapter
here.
but your love will nev j
fade away........... ';
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Griffin (son) on April 4, 2007-


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Apr. 27 to May 3, 2007

Cardwell, Katherine Irene;
"'Female; 32; ABC Circle,
'Milton, FL; Aggrav Battery
Cause Bodily Harm or
'Disability. 4/27/07
Jones, Brandon Burgess;
'Male; 21; 4310 Avenida San
Marcus, Pace, FL; Probation
'Violation-Felony. 4/27/07
Owens, Christopher
"Wayne; Male; 23; 5881
Timberline Dr, Milton, FL;
Flee/Elude Police-Flee
'W/Disregard of Safety to
Persons or Property, Drive
'While License Susp Habitual
Offender (2), Resist Officer-
"Obstruct W/O Violence.
`4/29/07
Walker, Clinton Lucas;
-Male; 16; 1962 Fairchild St.,
Pensacola; Burgl of Structure,
'Conveyance Unarmed W/P
:'Person Inside (5 cts.) 4/?/07
Tharp, Kyle Logan; Male;
13; 4227 Sally St, Pace, FL;
Burgl of Dwelling, Unarmed
No Asslt or Batt, Larc-Petit 1st
Offense. 4/?/07
Fails, Octavia Denise;
Female; 6626 James St.,
Milton; Aggrav Asslt on Officer
.Firefighter EMT, Etc., Resist
'Officer Obstruct W/O Violence.
,4/?/07
Clipper,. Jesse James; Male;
23; 5249 Peacock Dr, Milton;
DUI. 4/27/07
Fisher IV, Israel; Male; 34;
'1627 Lepley Rd, Pensacola;
DUI. 4/29/07
Harrington, Julie
.Tankersley; Female; 44; 7059
Calle Ponce De Leon, Navarre;
DUI. 4/29/07
I Sanspree, Roger Dale;
'Male; 54; 5361 Stagecoach
'Trail, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
'4/29/07
Moore, Jean Paul; Male;
23; 6474 Bonner Ave, Milton;
'DUI. 4/27/07
Pierce, Roger Dale; Male;
"134; 3374 Hornsby Dr,
Cantonment; DUI. 4/29/07
Williams, Christy Ann;
.Female; 31; 2163 Westwind Ln,
Jay; DUI. 4/29/07
McCurdy, Kelly Clyde;
'Male; 40; 2853 32nd Ave,
Milton; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams, Narcotic Equip
- Possess And or Use. 4/30/07
Moore, II, Thomas Richard;
"Male; 22; 7950 Hayworth Ave,
Pensacola; Probation Violation-
Felony. 4/30/07
Partridge, Jr., Tony Fritz;
Male; 20; 412 Corry Field Rd,
',Pensacola; Failure to Appear
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Berling, Kelly Denise;
,Female; 38; 5440 Clayridge Ln,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
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Pendleton, CA where he completed the Infantry Training Regiment. He is currently in a mechanic school.
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chaplain for the Marine Corps League, Ret. 066; parents, Mark and Suezahn (Mayeaux) Lucas, and broth-
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Susp Habitual Offender. 5/1/07
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Minor-Cause Child Commit
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cts.), Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc. Vict
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Navarre; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 5/1/07
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Male; 43; 5683 Fairview Dr,
Milcon; Prob Violation-Felony.
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Glenn; Male; 18; 5305 Pecos
Pass, Gulf Breeze; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling;
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Giaquinto, Veronica Tasha;
Female; 30; 9050 Timber Ln,
Navarre; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/2/07
Goodwin, Jessica Tysha;
Female; 19; 6424 Gaynell Ave,
Milton; Probation Violation-


Felony. 5/2/07
Harvilchuck, Gary Luke;
male; 51; 439 York St, Gulf
Breeze; Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon Without Intent to Kill,
Battery-Touch or Strike, Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O Violence.
5/2/07
Henry, Tony; Male; 40;
6089 Judy Drive, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/2/07
Nettles, Tyi Dejesus; Male;
27; 221 Weiss Ln, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/2/07
Obannon, Splint Vincente;
Male; 50; 2985 Michael Dr,
Pensacola; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/2/07
Teifke, Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 40; 7554 Blackjack
Circle, Navarre, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/2/07
Valliere, John Jacob; Male;
31; 3862 Oakus Dr, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/2/07
Hawthorne, Jeremy Wayne;
Male; 17; (State Filed as Adult),
7824 Old Hickory Hammock
Rd, Milton, FL; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling Unarmed
No Asslt Batt, Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property Over $100
Under $300. 5/2/07
Toney, Patrick Sherman;
male; 20; 6596 Kempton St,
Navarre; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/2/07
Wilson, Roxanne Marie;
Female; 40 1616 Navy Blvd, Ft.
Lauderdale, FL; DUI With
Property Damage. 5/2/07
Burton, Carolyn Diane S;
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Breeze; Out of State Fugitive
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Jackson, Jonathan Brice;
Male; 19; 2346 Crescent Wood
Rd, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/3/07
Jones, Phillip James; Male;
25; 4164 Fruitwood St., Pace;
Battery-Touch or Strike
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False Imprisonment-Adult.
5/2/07
Nelson, Lori Denise;
Female; 44; 5025 Booker Ln,
Jay; Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription. 5/3/07
Payne, Christopher Mark;
Male; 21; 7217 Diana St,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/3/07
Powers, Wayrie Mitchell;
Male; 39; 8555 Hickory
Hammock Rd, Milton; Asslt
On Officer Firefighter EMT Etc
(4 cts.), Resist Officer With
Violence (2 cts.), Resist Officer
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al matters.
I am privileged, I believe, to
have had the last hours-long,
recorded interview with him
more than three years ago, as
well as a walk in the woods of
northern Santa Rosa County on
church property that he had
helped secure for the recre-
ational needs of his congrega-
tion. His passion for achieving
the best both spiritually and
physically for those he loved
and respected, reflects itself in
everything he ever did or said.
Although Brother Joe and I
never saw eye to eye on each
and every aspect of life, he
never rebuked me for my short-
comings, though he never
ceased his relentless, albeit sub-
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sonally aware of my own indi-
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I met, or rather became
aware, of Brother Joe back in
1952. As pastor of the First
Baptist Church in Milton, he
was selected to conduct our
Milton High School baccalau-
reate service, and I was
impressed with his style of
delivering a religious message.
He was more a teacher than a
preacher, and that is perhaps
one of the things that will posi-
tively impact his legacy.
His role as shepherd of his
flock at First Baptist Church of
Milton for those years between
1947 and 1985 will be the
major part of his legacy. But
there was more to him than reli-
gious leader. He was a man of
wit and candor and intellect that
captivated any audience in
which he presided.
But the day Brother Joe
became pastor of the First
Baptist Church of Milton was
far from the beginning or end-
ing of his life and career. He
was well prepared for the chal-
lenge as a result of preparation,
dedication, and commitment to
Christian leadership. More than
once he reminded me, "When I
reached the age of 65, I had
been pastor here for 33 years.
And I've enjoyed every minute
of it!"
During his thirty-something
years as Pastor of the First
Baptist Church in Milton,
Brother Joe was one of the
community's most active spiri-
tual leaders. He not only pas-
tored his church, but ministered
on local radio stations, first on
WEBY-AM and later on
WXBM-FM, 15 minutes every
weekday for 26 years.
He equipped a small studio
in the church, and his messages
were picked up from there so he
did not have to travel to the
radio stations on a daily basis.
Not only was he educated,
he had a sense of humor to
boot. We often talked about his
role as a travelling evangelist
back in 1937 when he and his
friend Jimmy Johnson began a
ministry of most unusual pro-
portions in Charlotte, North
Carolina. They had a portable
tabernacle measuring 56 by 96
feet built by a civic organization
with a frame and parts labeled
so that it could be taken apart
and reassembled when it was
time to move to another town.
"We moved that thing from
town to town, staying in one
place perhaps three or four
weeks, conducting services
every night and on Sundays," he
said, smiling.
As they moved from
Charlotte to Fayetteville to
Clinton, all North Carolina


towns, his duties became a little
more complicated, and they
needed a piano player. The
young lady who came to assist
with the music was none other
than his future wife Betty who
would become Mrs. Bamberg
later when he was in the semi-
nary at Ft. Worth, Texas.
There were many little
towns and large cities as well
that hosted the portable taber-
nacle. But as all things must, an
end finally came in sight, and
the last port of call, so to speak,
was in Raleigh, North Carolina.
"That's were we left it," Brother
Joe would chuckle. He told me
he understood that the portable
structure was eventually remod-
eled into a permanent sanctu-
ary.
In all his career of semi-
nary, hilarious college days,
military stint as a First
Lieutenant in the Army
Chaplain's Corps, and travel-
ling ministry, Brother Joe
always said that his career and
accomplishments would hardly
have materialized without the
influence contributed to it by
his wife Betty.
The young lady who played
the piano for them in the travel-
ling tabernacle eventually
became his other self. "I'll have
to give Betty credit," he told me
often. "She is a good musician.
Anyone who can play the origi-
nal score of Handel's Messiah
has got to be a good musician,
and she could do that."
He always had loving
things to say about his wife,
comments with which those
who know her will readily
agree. He characterized her as
"...a most unusual woman,
completely unselfish, very sen-
sitive, and blessed with a great
source of common sense."
During our last interview he
spoke lovingly about her and
his family. "We've had the three
children that she has helped
rear over the years, and I can't
think of a pastor's wife who
could have been more, effective
than Betty has been, because
she not only plays the piano and
organ well, she relates cell to
the ladies of the congregation,
and everybody else, of course.
He went on to say that she
was a good cook, a good house-
keeper, and that she was not
someone who called attention
to herself. "She has been instru-
mental in church affairs and is
just a choice individual. I could
not have found or have ever
noticed anyone in my travels
that could compare with her,"
he told me.
Brother Joe and his wife
reared three sons, including


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In his own assessment,
Brother Joe said of his relatiod-
ship with First Baptist: "I have
been treated well at First
Baptist. The congregation is
outstanding in that it is solid
and cohesive. The people do not
quarrel with one another. It has
been a pleasure to have served
them."
The old wooden structure
that greeted Brother Joe when
he arrived in Milton was
replaced by a new sanctuary
dedicated in 1954. According to
Dr. David W. Spencer current
pastor of First Baptist Church
in Milton, the first sermon was
conducted there on May 29,
1954. The building's first serv-
ice in 1954 and its last service
on Sunday night, October 26,
2003, were conducted by
Brother Joe.
In May of 2000 First
Baptist began a capital cam-
paign to build a mew sanctuary
with ground breaking taking
place in July of 2002. The new
35,849 square foot worship
center with a 53 foot steeple
and seating capacity of 1200
was completed in October of
2003.
Those who knew Broth&
Joe as I did will remember his
style of delivery and recognize
him as a teacher, interesting,
engaging, and very knowledge-
able, as opposed to the old-
fashioned fire-and-brimstone,
in your face preacher.
I will miss him. The cort-
munity will miss him, and long
will his legacy of service and
commitment to the community
be remembered.
Both service and visitation
will take place at the First
Baptist Church in Milton this
Thursday and Friday, May 24
and 25, 2007.
Visitation will be between
the hours of 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.
on Thursday, and the service
will take place at 2 p.m. Friday.
Burial will be in the Milton
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
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80% of drivers and passengers
were using seatbelts.
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clothing, and lodging. Although
the two structures on the proplj
erty, a mobile home and .,-a
camper were both occupied at
the time, only the mobile home
was affected by the fire.
A single mother and her
two children lived in the mobile
home, while the woman's
brother and his spouse occupied
the camper. Everyone made it
out safely.
Santa Rosa County remains
under a bum ban.
At press time Tuesday, sev-
eral volunteer fire departments
were on-scene in East Milton
near South Airport Rd. and
Radio Rd.
Reports indicated the fire
had repeatedly jumped fire lines
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Viewpoints


5A Wednesday May 23 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW - A


Tax reform




really a break?

It's almost time for the Florida State Legislature to make its final
decisions on property tax reform. While many citizens are truly
looking forward to the break in their property taxes, we suspect the
intention is geared more toward making us feel those at the state level
haven't forgotten the beating we took during hurricane season, 2005.
We certainly haven't forgotten.
We live it every day.
Insurance rates are unreasonable.
The cost to rebuild is phenomenal.
After a rush on housing, prices have dropped.
Yes, we all want to see more money in our pockets.
But this time, is it worth it?
The average homeowner is likely to see less than $100 a year in sav-
ings on property taxes.
By comparison, Santa Rosa County could see a loss in revenue from
property taxes estimated near $8,000,000. Admittedly, some people don't
.care. As they see it, good for us, down with government.
But what they are missing is the fact that we are directly affected by
,the government and the amount of money it has to operate this county.
We all live here.
This is our home.
It's our roads, our programs, county employees, even the Navarre Pier
that might suffer as a result of this property tax reform.
We don't know where the cuts will hit Santa Rosa the hardest. The
only thing we do know is the cuts are going to hit Santa Rosa-and her
residents.
. It's mighty nice of the state-level powers-that-be to offer us a break.
But robbing Peter to look good in the eyes of the public while Paul is
starving may not be a break at all.
If the reform is passed, many of Santa Rosa's daily operations may
suffer. What they will cut first, only time will tell.
Commissioners have been slow to make decisions on major projects in
'anticipation of what the State Legislature has in mind. They have
expressed concern over the upcoming tax breaks.
Commissioners haven't even decided where to put the courthouse yet,
- let alone know how they are going to pay for it-in part because it is
unknown how much money will be available in county coffers to support
the effort. They pushed the decision on the low-income senior tax exemp-
tion ordinance to the last minute, (still to be determined at a commission
meeting on May 29) because the County will lose over $200,000 in rev-
enue when it is adopted.
These property tax breaks are going to affect Florida for a long time.
Each of the 67 county governments are going to be forced to find ways
to make it work.
In truth, the effects of this property tax reform are geared toward the
local level, determined at the State level. And just like unfunded mandates,
Tallahassee doesn't care much how it affects local governments.
* Just do it-so state government can say they did something about our
financial struggles.
Hurricane season begins next week. The bullseye across Florida will
-be dusted off and our eyes will once again, be glued to weather channels.
What will happen if just one storm devastates one Florida County?
Why didn't they put this kind of effort into insurance reform, where
most of us are really feeling the pain?
, Why aren't we seeing hundreds of dollars cut from Florida homeown-
ers insurance premiums? What difference does a $50 break in taxes make
when a family is paying $2,500 for insurance on their home?
Property tax reform?
Yeah, right.
Give us a break.


Guest Viewpoint


Floridale - wild, beautiful and clean


By Edward David Horne, M.A.
Philosopher of Religion
Resident of Floridale
Santa Rosa County
" ...We hold these truths to be self-
evident: that all men are created equal;
that they are endowed by their Creator
with certain unalienable rights; that
among these are life, liberty and the
pursuit of happiness...that whenever
any form of government becomes
destructive of these ends, it is the right
of the people to alter or to abolish it..."
(Declaration of Independence, Thomas
Jefferson).
There were no barbeques or pic-
nics on the first Fourth of July. Indeed,
Jefferson and the "signers" knew that
the above words might send them to
the gallows. These words along with
the political concept of the orderly
transfer of power would become
American's political gift to the world.
The people of Santa Rosa County
and County government are standing
at a historically-profound moment-a
moment that must be approached with
careful reflection and sincerity.
Jefferson's words must provide the
intellectual framework for a meaning-
ful dialogue between the people of
Santa Rosa County and County gov-
ernment concerning what is left of the
wild, beautifuland clean land of Santa
Rosa County.
It is almost gone forever.
We cannot save the tropical rain
forest and keep them from becoming
polluted, but can we the people and
County government keep Floridale,
the Blackwater River State Park and


Forest, the Nature
Conservancy/Florida Forever properi-
ties, and "Burnt" Grocery Creek free
from pollution?
Yes.
Can we stop the future industrial
park near Floridale before it gets start-'
ed?
Yes.
In retrospect County government
of ages gone by did not do well with
reference to perserving the environ-
mental integrity of Santa Rosa's natu-
ral resouces-air, land, and water.
However, county decision-making of
the past must be understood in its orig-
inal historical-cultural context. The
early "fathers" were concerned with
bringing growth, weath, and jobs to
Santa Rosa County - 20th century
style.
Plentiful natural resources, cheap
energy, and affordabel credit were
everywhere, and so, they acted on
what they knew at the time.
Unfortunately, science did not eveal
until much later how the "chemical"
revolution of the 20th Centery would
wreak havoc on the environment,
hence, earlier County governments are
not to blame.
Yet notwithstanding, what has hap-
pened to the environment of Santa
Rosa County over the past 70 years?
What are my fellow citizens of the
more populated areas of the County
possibly living with?
Old timers from Pace-a Pace
without a traffic light-tell me that in
the 1950s, there was a clay pit some-
where on Woodbine. Local residents
brought their old jalopies and simply


pushed them over the sides of the clay
cliff. Construction contractors brought
their paint cans and toluene solvents
and left them. You name it; it was
dumped. I am told that in the early
1960s, ,the clay pit was covered over
with a baseball diamond. Could an
underground plume be quietly oozing
below? Who knows?
During the late 1980s through the
mid 1990s, I was teaching philosophy,
religion, and history courses for
Pensacola Junior College. One after-
noon, one of my colleagues, a profes-
sor of biology, called me into his
office-with these words, "Edward,
look at this Department of
Environmental Protection document
of the top 100 most polluted bodies of
water in the Unite States. Escambia
Bay is in the top five. We are as badly
as area of the Northeastern States." I
remember how I was taken aghast
with visceral feelings in my stomach.
Very recently, I told an old timer
from Floridatown about 'what the pro-
fessor had said years earlier. He ques-
tioned why there were no warning
signs saying not to swim in or fish
from Escambia Bay. He had not con-
sidered what might happen to proper-
ty values in Floridatown and Pace if
an undiscovered "superfund" site was
located.
In the "here and Now' the air
quality in Santa Rosa is deteriorating.
the recent environmental debacles at
Coyote Landfill in Navarre and Joiner
Landfill in Milton can most probably
never be fixed.
Let's keep Floridale and surround-
ing areas free from pollution.


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FM: CHRYS HOLLEY
Dear Editor:
May is military appreciation
month. I thank God for them and our
own 842nd. The military became near
and dear to my heart since employ-
ment by the Dept. of Defense (1948-
1959) stationed in Turkey and Greece.
My dad, a naturalized citizen who
loved America, was a veteran of World
War I. Thank God for our Veteran's
Memorial Plaza probably second to
none for an area our size.
I DO NOT APPRECIATE the
likes of Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and
the anti-war bunch undermining our
troops,
Same on most of the media who
want defeat in Iraq, They never print
the good stuff going on over there.
Some of us have heard testimonies
from three and four time tour volun-
teers confirming we need to be there.
Reid declared we "lost the war."


He should shut his mouth! As for Pelosi
et al time-tabling withdrawal, how
STUPID! Times sure have changed
since I was admin assistant to a US
Army General. You don't give the
enemy your plans!
As for Congress funding support in
installments, shame on them too.
General Petraeus deserves full support.
The surge approval may succeed in
time.
Concentrating on their mission,
who know they are doing good, I hope
our troops are ignoring the liberal, dis-
honest medial They're keeping the bad
guys from terrorizing on American soil.
Dealing with the Ft. Dix incident is
bad enough, not to mention Islamburg
in upstate New York and others all over
the states.
The height of stupidity is someone
in Washington suggesting money from
the war should be "shifted to study
global warming."
The greatest "study" that should be
going is that of the Bible, Greatest book
ever written NEVER TO BE


SUPERCEDED! The "biggies" in
Washington would certainly benefit
therefrom. So would everyone else. It
tells us about history before it happens.
God bless you all as only He can.



Fellowship goes
beyond church
FM: RAYMOND JOHNS
Dear Editor:
Church can be a good place to get
caught up on the latest football games,
golf scores, basketball, family news,
health concerns, or just to visit with
friends.
A cup of coffee together, a hand-
shake, maybe even a pat on the back are
all part of the social interactions we
need as human beings.
All of this is good, but new testa-
ment fellowship goes much deeper than
merely socializing when we get togeth-
er at church. It takes place when we


consider how we can life up, build up,
and brighten up our brothers and sisters
in Christ, and to also let them know if
we drink and smoke drugs, maybe your
children will also, and that if you shack-
up and never marry, chances are your
children will too, and that there is no
good in a gay life, it will not be any joy
after death .
Tell them the truth if you know it.
The Bible cleary says that we are to
"serve one another" forgive as we are
forgiven, and "bear one another's
budens."
Christian fellowsihp takes place
when we offer encouragement to our
friends and children, to do what is right
in God, by praying for them, and con-
fess our sins and weaknesses to one
another. These are the elements that we
need to instill in our children to make
fellowship genuine. Not racism.
What about your church?
Are you merely socializing?
Or are you practicing true Christian
fellowship?


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Vol. 100, Number 15


- Truly appreciate
your military


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Pace Presbyterian Church, Phyllis Gipson
Submitted photo


Rice
Continued From Page One.
ly committed himself. Kaden
says the voluntary action does
not mean Miller can leave the
program when he wants. It is a
secure, long-term program
involving treatment for the sex
offender.
While many do not believe
pedophiles can be cured, Kaden
says if successful, the treatment
is designed to teach the sex
offender not to act on his disor-
der.
Kaden says one factor in
bringing Miller's case to a con-
clusion came during the investi-
gation in which it was revealed
the 1980s allegations against
the man were "remarkably sim-
ilar" to the Santa Rosa County
case, involving a five-year-old
girl.
State Attorney's officials
note, "Miller will not be
released until he has successful-
ly completed treatment and is
deemed by qualified psycholo-
gists to no longer to be a danger
to the community."
Miller is going into
Florida's Civil Commitment
Center in Arcadia, Florida, in
Desoto County, according to
the Eddin's office.

Dragonfly Gallery
features oil paintings
The Dragonfly Gallery is
featuring the medium of oil
painting. The local oil artists
currently showing at the gallery
are: Melinda Giron, Linda
Koehler, Angie Leckie, Janet
Levin, Del Scott and Elaine
Woodward.
During this exhibit addi-
tional oil paintings will be dis-
played in the gallery's feature
room. Hosted by the Santa Rosa
Art and Culture Foundation the
display will begin May 22nd
and continues through June
2nd. The Dragonfly Gallery,
located at 5188 Escambia Street
in historic downtown Milton, is
a juried galley presenting local
artist's work. Gallery hours are
Tuesday through Friday, 10:00
till 4:00 and Saturday, 10:00 till
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Garden Club lists May Pride winners


The Milton Garden club
has presented the May
Community Pride Award to
Pace Presbyterian Church to
recognize the hard work and
loving care of many hands that
have created a beautiful and
colorful small garden on the
grounds at 4587 Woodbine
Road in Pace. Much careful
planning has gone into the proj-
ect, with a committee formed to
make plans. Suggestions were
given for color and plants by a
designer, but members coming
together, with Phyllis Gipson as
Chairperson, provided all the
resources and physical labor
that has made the garden a love-
ly surprise for those coming to
worship there, or visiting the
Church. A path winding
through the garden with bench-
es to stop and rest provide a
place to reflect and observe the
beauty of the flowers and shrub-
bery.
Mrs. Gipson states "I
believe that how we care for the
church and the grounds says
something about each of us as
individuals and as Christians.
This project is one small way
for us to demonstrate our love
for the Savior. The garden is
dedicated to the glory of God."
Plans are to continue to


improve - one small step at a
time.
The award for a residence
was presented to Bill and Mary
Weber at 5052 Ponitz, in
Woodbine Springs. They have
planned size and color of plants
to complement their home,
which they moved into in 2000.
Bill says he designs and Mary
plants. The plantings are
accented by well-placed pot-
tery. Colorful geraniums and
green shrubs flank the front or
the house, with other plantings
around the perimeter. Bill keeps
the grass and all the shrubs
well-groomed, so that neigh-
bors and others see a pleasing
landscape as they pass by.
Milton Garden Club is glad
to be able to present our May


Awards to such well-earned
recipients. Residents of the
Milton and Pace area can nomi-
nate deserving homes and busi-
nesses for this monthly award.
Call the Milton Garden Center
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SALUTES

Teb Dotson


Teb Dotson was one of 187
applicants that appfieb for
General Manager of Pace
Water System in 1991 anb
was 6ireb in that capacity
in May (991. At that time
the ffebofing water system
,ab $4.8 miLtion in assets,
500oo customers anb 9
employees. Since that time
the system has grown to
13,000 customers, over
5,00oo now on their sewer
system, $6o miffion in
assets anb 45 emPIoyees.


In one of floriba's fastest growing areas the system Was musbroomeb
unber Dotson's feabersbip but Dot son is qi.ickf to contribute much of the
systems success ano arowti to tbe foresiq(it of the boarb of directors anb
"tbe people (empLoyees) ready mafe te te ivater system."
Dotson taught in the Santa Rosa Colnty school system anm serve two
terms on the school boarb, is past p.-esibent of the Pace Chamber of
Commerce, past president of the Milton Lions club anb is a graduate of
Leadership Santa Rosa. He anb His wife Jubie, of 37 years, are members
of the Avalon Baptist Church ,'1 ere Dotson serves as beacon.

Teb - We Salute You!

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May 23, 2007

Section B


Santa Rosa County
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Library Summer Reading
Programs @ Your Library
By Linda Hendrix, Director,
Santa Rosa County Library
System

Summer reading programs
began over one hundred years
ago to encourage children to
read during their summer vaca-
tion, to use the library, and to
develop good reading habits.
Research validates that summer
programs help ensure that
school children retain reading
and learning skills over the
summer.

Library summer reading
programs are geared for reading
for the fun of it! One role for
librarians is to create new gen-
erations of readers - people
who are curious and love to
read. Taking advantage of chil-
dren's natural curiosity, librari-
ans use summer reading pro-
grams to introduce new sub-
jects and reading areas - things
kids might not study in school
but are interested in.

This year, your Santa Rosa
County Libraries have pro-
grams to encourage readers of
all ages - adults, teens, and
children - to participate and
read together. In addition to
reading logs for children, teens
and adults will have opportuni-
ties to participate in reading
discussion groups - through the
One Community, One Book
program. This summer, the
book is "The Beekeeper's
Apprentice." If you want to par-
ticipate, go to the library web-
s i t e
www.santarosa.fl.gov/libraries
or to your local library to regis-
ter.

Tips to Encourage
Children's Reading:
Share books and reading
when a child is born - and con-
tinue throughout teen years;
Make special time for read-
ing together and talking about
reading;
Have a special place for
reading in your home;
While "waiting" - at the
doctor's office, in lines, on trips
- share reading - books, signs,
anything;
Set a good example - and
let your child see you read;
Give books as gifts;
Take your child to the local
library and get to know the chil-
dren's librarian;
Get your child their own
library card - a free card that
opens up worlds of opportuni-
ties;
Along with reading print,
listen to audio books in the car,
at picnics, and on camping
trips.

The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a department
of the Santa Rosa County
Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries are
located in Gulf Breeze, Jay,
Milton, and Navarre, and Pace.


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By PAMELA HOLT her different lessons in life which shaped her character
news@srpressgazette.com as an adult. She spent a lot of time with her father,
which as a matter of fact, sparked her interest in biolo-
Hilda McDonald was best known in Santa Rosa gy. She told me she and her father used to take fly paper
County as the woman who ran the Benevolence Society and attach it to trees in the mornings and then find them
and sat on the Milton City Council for sixteen years, the next day with interesting insects on them, instituting
But to those who knew her she was much more than a love for biology.
just the woman who helped those in need. She was a "Her mother taught her how to be independently
woman who was a giver of the heart who exerted true minded and all of the social dos and don't. My moth-
character. er was always a lady," describes Golden.
Milton Mayor Guy Thompson says McDonald saw Born early on a clear fall day, October 11, 1923 in
many changes within the City limits during her-term on Sopchoppy, Florida, McDonald was young during the
the City Council: a new Police Station, Veteran's Plaza, Great Depression. Living on a large farm, Golden
storm water utility, originator of the historic district, and describes her mother's early years as "not as bad as
had the idea to set the flower pots lining the streets of most," but McDonald saw suffering in her friends and
downtown. family.
But her crowning moment as a City Councilwoman "This experience stayed with her, no doubt," says
was leading the effort of building the new City Hall. Golden, "And taught her to be a giver. That's why she
She chaired the committee and was overseer of con- began her career in benevolence."
struction, design, and architecture. McDonald met her future husband, C. W.
"She was by definition a very hard working public McDonald, Jr. while teaching in Panama City with an
servant," says Thompson. emergency teaching certificate during World War II.
McDonald's hard working spirit, says daughter Golden says her mother hadn't finished her research
Mary Golden, came from both of her parents. biology degree at Florida State College for Women, but
"She was close to both of her parents. Both taught decided to teach because of the lack of teachers because


Ask Molly


By Molly Parsons
Press Gazette Advice
Columnist


Dear Molly:
My husband, "Ben" and I
were married two years ago and
we are happy together. But late-
ly we've begun to fight about
money.
He's a tight-wad and I like
the finer things in life. I work at
a highly stressful job and make
enough money to cover my
spending and then some.
He told me when we mar-
ried it was "our" money but
now it seems it's only his.
Angry


Dear Angry:
Your problem is not an
uncommon problem.
You didn't say anything
about talking with your hus-
band "Ben" about his attitude


but only that you've been fight-
ing.
Fighting about the problem
won't fix it, as you know.
First thing I would do is tell
"Ben" he needs to listen. Then
give him the opportunity to talk
with you without interruption.
Clearing the air is the best thing
to do. If it doesn't help, I sug-
gest taking a finance course-
the both of you-and focus on
bettering your financial
resources together.
By doing so, it will help
your husband see you want to
work with him instead of
against him.


Dear Molly:
With gas prices skyrocket-
ing again and homeowners
insurance so expensive since the
hurricanes, I'm having trouble
paying my bills.
My teenager "Sam" is
.1inii',i I buy him a car when


he turns sixteen this summer.
No matter what I say or do
to get him to understand how
financially strapped I am its
never enough.
He's a good kid, never into
trouble with the law or with his
teachers at school and I would
love to buy him a new ride but
its not going to happen.
How do I get him to under-
stand?
Disappointed Parent


Dear Disappointed:
He may not until he gets a
job and buys one himself.
Most teens have not a clue
what it's like in the adult world.
Most think the only thing a par-
ent has to do to get more money
is go to the bank. Some teens,
like yours, are responsible and
kind but expect to have not only
their needs but their wants met
at all times.
Stress to Sam times are


of the war. They married in 1944 and eventually,
became a family of 11, bearing 6 girls and 3 boys.
Golden says when her father died in 1985 her moth-
er wanted to be a Baptist missionary, but the family
wouldn't hear of it.
"We talked her out of it. We were selfish. So she
found her own mission field here within Santa Rosa
County, helping thousands.
"My mother was a mother to a lot of people. She
did it quietly with their confidence. It's sad, but we
don't have people like that in this county.
"She was a devoted Christian, public servant, avid
gardener, history lover, advocate of education, Sunday
School teacher, and American patriot. But above all she
was a loving wife and mother. -
My mother treated each of us nine children as if
each of us was an only child. She always had time for
us.,
I found a Good Citizenship award she won at thir-
teen years old. It was a large bronze metal for a speech
she. wrote about being a good citizen. On the metal it
read, "For God and Country," and all I could think of is,
"That's Mom," says Golden.


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Thursday, May 24 at 8:00 PM
Tickets are now available.
Shrek 3 (PG)
12:15 1:20 2:25 3:30 4:35
5:40 6:45 7:50 8:55 10:00
Delta Farce (PG13)
1:00 3:05 5:10 7:15 9:25
28 Weeks Later (R)
12:50 3:00 5:10 7:20 9:50
*Georgia Rule (R)
1:05 3:55 6:55 9:35
Spider-Man 3 (PG13)
12:45 2:15 3:45 5:15
6:45 8:15 9:45
*The Invisible (PG 13)
4:15 9:45
*Disturbia (PG 13)
1:15 7:00
* LAST NIGHT Thurs. May 24


Pirates of the Caribbean:
At World's End (PG 13)
12:30 1:15 2:00 4:00 4:45
5:30 7:30 8:15 9:00
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Dear Molly:
Is it appropriate to attend a
potluck and not bring a dish?
My sister and I disagree on the
matter.
P. K. in Milton

Dear Sister:
It is my opinion that if
someone asks you as their guest
to come to the potluck they
were already attending, you can
come dishless. Otherwise, you
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Kathleen "Katie" Hudon, a
northern Santa Rosa County
native, was recently honored as
a Women's Law Association of
Michigan (WLAM) Foundation
Scholar in a ceremony hosted
by Ford, General Motors, and
the WLAM organization.


The award reception took
place at the St. John's
Conference Center in
Plymouth, Michigan. Hudon
received a plaque, a cash award,
and a Scholars Pin for her
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Katie Hudon
year, taking only seven semes-
ters to finish the degree. She
passed the Florida Bar as a first.
time taker and was admitted t(
the practice when in April, th(
Honorable Ross Goodman
Circuit Judge for the Firs
Florida Circuit, swore her in.
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in academics and extracurricu-
lar involvement, Hudon eamec
her degree at the largest law
school in the country.
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was involved in twenty-four
legal organizations and servec
in an administrative capacity ir
many including The Southerr
Law Coalition, where she wa,
the Founding President; The
Cooley Republicans as Vice
President; the Student Bai
Association as Secretary anc
Class Director/Rule,
Committee Chairperson; the
American Bar Association a,
her class representative; the
Order of Graduation Marshals
The Pillar staff writer; and as
mock trial, moot court, anc
client counseling competition
participant.
While Cooley Law iu
renowned for its challenging
academic program, Hudon says
she found distinction there ir
her scholarly endeavors, obtain.
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three subject areas, entering
Cooley as an Honors Scholar
making the Dean's List consis-
tently, and receiving the
Campus Academic Committee
Scholarship.
In addition, she obtained a
much-sought-after legal intern-
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Representatives in 2006.
At 27 years of age, Hudor
holds two BA's (History anc
International Studies), an MA
(Communication Arts), and,ar
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Instruction) in addition to her
law degree and is also a current
doctoral candidate at the
University of West Florida ir
Curriculum and Instruction.
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Probate Administration
Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy
and Education Law.
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Dr. Richard N. Hudon anc
Katherine Penton and grand-
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2007 W. H. Rhodes Elementary Science Fair


A d the' w(nners arel


Honorable Mention:
4th Place:
3rd Place:
2nd Place:
1st Place:


Honorable Mention:
4th Place:
3rd Place:
2nd Place:
1st Place:


Honorable Mention:
4th Place:
3rd Place:
2nd Place:
1st Place:


In the Area of Earth Science:
Nate Williams Ms. Ross
Bradley Graham Ms. Ross
Luke Leggett Ms. Duncan
Jonathan Pool Mr. Erickson
Justin Larson Mrs. Albro

In the Area of Life Science:
Lucas Erhardt Mrs. Powers
Katie Serrano Ms. Lane
Autumn Stephen Mrs. Krista Mitchell
Ashton Shell Mrs. Powers
Chloe Smith Ms. Brewton

In the Area of Physical Science:
Molly Smith Mr. Erickson
Joseph Cambron Mrs. Powers
Noah Peterson Mrs. Waldrop
Hannah Temple Mrs. Daphne Mitchell
Kendall Ferrier Mrs. Nolan


W.H. Rhodes Elementary 5th Grade Chorus

Presents "On the Radio" May 7, 2007 At PTO Meeting


W.H. Rhodes Elementary 5th Grade Chorus Group


(l-r) Brianna Woods, Sarah Hinote, Hannah
sing "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"


Michael Bays wears a vest his grandfather wore Elvis, in costume is Joseph Cambron,
in a 1960's band. Michael is singing a solo on just had to show up to sing "Hound
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." Dog".


PTO President, Michelle Smith, recognizes Rhodes Rookie of the Year,
Abby Rhodes; Teacher of the Year, Alanna Langham; and Non-
Instructional Employee of the Year, Melody Bell.



W.H. Rhodes Elementary School

Star Citizens for Commitment 2007


KINDERGARTEN
Rm315 Burt..... . ..Isah Rushing
R in 314 Cross\ ell.... Romeo Rich
Rm313 Bozemrn.....Kaitl n Flint
Rm312 Waller.......Tre'von Seals
Rm310 Robinson.... Caroline Love
Rm308 Benavides....Jacob Yoast
Rm305 Kightlinger.... Andrew Fretwell
Rm204 Rinehart.......Alyson Tolle
Rm89b Stokes.......Mark Bartholomew
Rm89a Webster......Iahn Figueroa
Rm215 Bailey.......Cameraen Carter

FIRST GRADE
Rm306 Larson......Skielor Jackson
Rm304 Puckett......Courtney Llutzenbuehler
Rm201 Hutchinson ...Allison Miller
Rm202 Piscopo........Gavin Parker
Rm203 Hamilton...... Daughtrey O'Quinn
Rm205 LeDew........Nicholas Whiteman
Rm207 Gibson.......Austin Clary
Rm206 Dublin......Zane Kaehler
Rm208 Cabanis ....Denise Bell
Rm354 Reynolds ...Carson Burgess

SECOND GRADE
Rm404 Burke.......Logan Pitts
Rm406 Gentry......Amari Ducksworth
Rm410 English......Nikki DeLaGarza
Rm401 Brown... ...Gabrean Grundin
Rm403 Hicks.........Jordan Stansbury
Rm405 Coppedge .... Angel Biaggini
Rm407 Kelly.........Sya Darbome
Rm352 Hunsucker... Tyler Richmond
Rm351 Perry......Angel Parks
Rm212 Ellis.......Phillip Boswell


THIRD GRADE
Rm280 Albro.........Benjamin Thames
Rm508 D. Mitchell......Jo Jo Hilliard
Rm506 Seaman.......Genesis Sanchez
Rm504 Langham.....Jonathan Jackson
Rm502 Holland.......Jasmine Skivington
Rm503 K. Mitchell.. .Kyle Levins
Rm507 Casey.........Emilee Hamilton
Rm214 Waldrop........La% ontreal Carter

FOURTH GRADE
Rm708 Duncan......Benjamin West
Rm706 Erickson......Taylor Ford
Rm704 Shepard......Ximena Lopez
Rm702 Chuites......Toni Gray
Rm707 Eubanks......Skylar Fountain
Rm703 Locklin.......Haley Kent
Rm604 Cone.........Sarra Merritt
Rm353 Brewton......Ashly Johnson

FIFTH GRADE
Rm601 Nolan......Erin Bell
Rm603 Powers.....Ashton Shell
Rm605 Lane.......Kara Jernigan
Rm607 M. Bailey... Gloria Rosati
Rm606 Ross....... Carol Lemos
Rm350 Allen........Justin Osborne
Rm223 Brunn......Georgia Hicks


Together We Can Make The Difference


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Happy faces at Bike Giveaway Chumuckla UMC recently


Saturday was a great day
for 19 children in our area.
That's how many bikes were
given out by the Chumuckla
United Methodist Church.
The excitement began at
10 a.m. and ran until noon.
Greg Joseph, the team leader of
this ministry said, " This was
the best turnout, so far, in their
effort to provide bikes for
kids." These bikes are donated,
refurbished and given to any
child that does not have a bike.
The only stipulation is there
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sent to sign a release before the
child can receive it.
Many of these children are
also participating in the month-
ly Friday Night Movie program
and the Team Clean program.
And they are enjoying the bus
service provided by the church
for these events. More fun
things are being planned for
this summer. If interested in
having your child involved in
this program, please call Greg
Joseph at 626-6362, or the
church at 995-4261.


Hamiltons celebrate 35 years

of love and happiness


VBS Southern Baptist schedule
.*- .-- ri,


May 21 to June 1
Bagdad First Baptist
Church
Game Day Central - 5:30
to 8:30 p.m. Contact: 626-1948
June 4 - 8
Calvary Baptist Church
Game Day Central - 8:30
to 11:30 a.m. Contact: 623-
6569
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Game Day Central - 8 a.m.
to Noon, Contact: 623-8959
Immanuel Baptist Church
Game Day Central - 9 a.m.
to 12 noon Contact: 981-0920
Jay First Baptist Church
Game Day Central - 5:30
to 8:30 p.m. Contact: 675-4587
Milton First Baptist
Church
Game Day Central - 9 a.m.
to 12 noon. Contact: 623-3122
New Bethel Baptist
Church
Game Day Central - 9 a.m.
to noon. Contact: 675-0201
Pine Terrace Baptist
Game Day Central - 8 a.m.
to 12 Noon. Contact: 623-3954
Pleasant Home Baptist
Game Day Central - 9 a.m.
to 12 Noon. Contact: 997-4440
Wallace Baptist Church
Game Day Central - 8:30
to 11:30 a.m. Contact: 994-
8278
June 11 - 15
Avalon Baptist Church
Avalanche Ranch - 9:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. Contact: 626-
0117
Cora Baptist Church
Game Day Central - 5:30


your


to 8:30 p.m. Contact: 675-4264
Santa Rosa Shores Baptist
Game Day Central - 9 a.m.
to 12 noon. Contact: 932-9128
June 18 - 22
Ferris Hill Baptist
Game Day Central - 11:30
to 11:45 a.m. Contact: 623-
3500
June 25 - 29
Blackwater Baptist
Game Day Central - 5:30
to 8 p.m. Contact: 957-4044
Navarre First Baptist
Game Day Central - 8:30
a.m. to 12 noon. Contact: 939-
3424
New Life Baptist
Jungle Jaunt - 8:30 to
11:30 a.m.
Contact: 626-1859
July 9 - 13
Olivet Baptist Church
Game Day Central - 9 a.m.
to 12 Noon. Contact: 623-2780
July 16 - 20
Harold First Baptist
Game Day Central - 9 a.m.
to 12 noon. Contact: 623-0300
July 22 - 27
Billory Baptist Church
Game Day Central - 9 a.m.
to 12 Noon. Contact: 939-2849
August 6 - 10
Floridatown Baptist
Church
Game Day Central - 6 to
8:30 p.m. Contact: 994-8090
Woodbine Baptist
Take The Plunge - 9 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. Contact: 994-
6169


the children of Murray
and Emily Hamilton honored
them with a 35th wedding
anniversary reception on
Sunday, May 20, 2007 along
with their Isaiah Chapel AME
Zion church family. They were
married May 20, 1972,


Mr. Hamilton is currently
employed at Solutia, Inc. Mrs.
Hamilton is a homemaker. They
have two children-Tiphanie
Sapp and Murray Hamilton, Jr.,
both of Milton, and seven
grandchildren who are the light
of their lives.


Chumuckla holds 39th homecoming


Chumuckla Pentecostal
Holiness Church, 2841 Hwy.
182, will be having their 39th
Homecoming Sunday, May 27
at 10 a.m. The first pastor of the
church (39 years ago), Rev.
Fred White will be giving the


message. The Keith Rowell
Family will be featuring Blue
Grass Gospel music. Pastor Ira
Decker is inviting everyone to
come and enjoy this great day!
For more information call 994-
5444 or 426-5289.


Ask the Preacher

...a eeklt column dn,\ ering \%our ques-
rions ith Biblical ans\t ers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "I read somewhere, in one of your arti-
cles, I think... that you believe that Deacons ought not to "run"
or administrate church affairs. How can that be? So many
churches depend upon their Deacons to keep the church run-
ning?" - S.S. Pace
Dear S.S., Let me say before I go any further, that how a
church chooses to operate is between it and the Lord. It is not my
place in this article to tell any church how to run its business.
You have asked for my opinion, however, on a very important
matter...so I will answer your question.
S.S., the scriptures simply do not allow for Deacons to
administrate the affairs of a church. Most Bible scholars agree
that the first appointing of Deacons in the church is found in the
Acts, chapter six account. Here they were clearly chosen to
spread the Gospel, keep peace in the body and SERVE the
church by ministry.
The very word "deacon" in the Biblical language of the
Greek means, "servant." The qualifications for a Deacon are
found in I Tim 3:8. In not one scripture is found an example of
or an expectation that the Deacons "run the affairs" of a church.
By "affairs" of a church we would mean matters of church busi-
ness, budgets, programming, pastoral job descriptions, etc. The
Bible IS very clear who should determine these matters...the
Elders. (I Tim 5:17a)
The qualifications for and the job description of Elders are
entirely different than those of Deacons. (Titus 1:6-9) Churches
get into trouble when this Biblical truth is confused.
Who are Elders, then? Again, this would be left up to the
individual church. Certainly the Pastor and/or Associate Pastors
could be considered to be Elders. (I Tim 5:17b) Any group of
Ministry Directors or specially appointed or elected people
could serve a church in the "elder" capacity. It is THIS group,
whoever the church determines they are, that should "run the
affairs" of the church...NOT the Deacons. I believe that the
Lord particularly blesses a church that keeps this New Testament
order of administration.
I trust that this answers your question. Thank you for asking
my opinion in this matter.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
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-
mation about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock
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Church celebrates 134 years
Greater Bethlehem African on Sunday, May 27th! Church
Methodist Episcopal Church is school begins at 9:45 a.m. witl
celebrating their 134th anniver- morning worship happening a
sary! 11 a.m. Dr. James Leande
To God be the Glory for Byrd, presiding Elder of the
the great things He has done! Pensacola District will be the
The pastor, officers and featured speaker. Anniversary
membegs-,..,of - the ::Greater . ,.celebration, begins at 3 p.m. a
Bethlehem African Methodist St. John Divine Missionary
Episcopal church is cordially Baptist Church in Milton witl
inviting our brothers and sisters Rev. W.E. Andrews a:
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Milton High School
Class of 2007
Charles Owens Abel, III
Eleina Lynn Acevedo
,Victoria Elizabeth Adams
Kristopher Michael Alascia
Adam Randall Allen
Cornelius Rayshawnn Allen
'Travis Devaughn Allen
*'James Davis Allred
Christopher Julian Alonzo
:Ricky Dale Anderson, Jr.
:Phillip Ryan Antone
'Bethany Ann Arnold
'Alexander Patrick Asselin
.Michael Deangelo Autery
Sara Ann Baggett
Lauren Mikayla Bailey
Hannah Rachelle Baker
Ryan Lamar Baker
Timothy Adam Barberi
Brittney Shant'e Bargneare
Keith Robert Barnes
Rikki Lynn Barrett
brandy Eileen Bedsole
Amanda Leigh Behm
Jodi Diane Bender
.Brnn.,n Ann Bethune
Rachel Marie Bevis
Christy Ann Bingham
Timothy Lee Bingham
Ashley Renee Blackman
Cory Huston Blaine
Rebecca Lee Blocker
Stephen Kyle Boardwine
David Randall Bohannon
Savannah Bonner
Claire Marie Bradberry
John Andrew Bradley
Jessica Marie Brewer
Parris Mona' Brewton
Jonthan Cyle Britt
Brian Dannell Brown
Erica Corine Brown
Rochenda Dashay Brown
Melissa Kay Broxson
*Christopher Dennis Brunst
,Gerald Roy Brunst
\Jason Chase Buchinsky
Destiney Lynne Butler
Hailei L. Byrd
Alex Michael Carroll
Carl Justin Carter
,Maegan Elizabeth Carter
Aaron Stanton Carver
,John Salamanca Castillo
Winnie Chan
,Geoffrey Brandon Chavers
VMatthew Clifford Chavers
.Alyse Verne' Clark
'Mallorie Loren Clark
Calvin Jamaal Cole
Lauren Noelle Cole
Jocelyn Marissa Coleman
Timothy Adam Commander
,Zachery Alan Conrad
Kelli Nicole Cook
Courtney Ann Cooley
Sean Robert Cortis
Brandee Rachel' Coulter ...
Etta Rutli'Couhnts
Robert Steven Cowart, II
David Michael Cowles
Kaitlyn Britt Cox
Candice Elizabeth Crenshaw
Tanya Alexis Cronin
Francis Lee Crumety
Nicholas John Curcuru
Zachary James Cutts
Jennifer Christine Dallas
Maria Theresa Danton
Joel Eugene Delabruere
Allen John Delrosario
Christopher Nicholas Doran
Nathan Cordell Douglas
Lydia Lindsay Douglass
Shelby Leigh Duggins
Heather Diane Dukes
Anna Maria Durapau
Ryan Ashley Edwards
Joslin Sharael Ellis
Katie Lynn Ellis
Devin Bryant Enterkin
James Sidney Fattig
Luis Antonio Flores
Vinh Star Florio
Joseph Blake Floyd
Lindsey Nicole Ford
Christopher Troy Forester
Nickalos Lane Foster
Avery Jacoby Franklin
Jessica Loren Freeman
Heather Rose Fulton
Bridney DeShaey Fuston
Tiffany Anne Gable
Timothy Lawrence Gamble
Carrie Rebekah Ganus
Corey Diane Garrett
Michael David Gemmell
Eric A. Gemuend
Myesha Shantelle Gibbs
David James Gillis
Stephen Andrew Gillis
Hunter David Glover
Caleb G. Godwin
April Nicole Goff
David Gonzalez
Eric Gonzalez
Anthony Derron Gooden


Heather Lynn Graham
Blisse A. Gray
Heather Shae Green
Jonathon Michael Green
Seth Olin Greene
Destiny Elizabeth Gregg
Jai Gupta
Melanie Mae Haggard
Michael Dale Hamel
Ashlee Riane Hamilton
Christopher Shane Hamilton
Scott James Harman
Shasta Estelle Harrell
Brooke Ashley Harris
Adam William Hart
Johnathon Edgar Hart


Lee Ann Hart
Thomas D'Andrew Hartsfield, II
Melissa Louise Hayes
Creasie Frances Heath
Joseph Kyle Heath
Lyndsey Renee' Henderson
Jarrod Magee Hill
Alyssa Ashley Hinojosa
Cheryl Magdalena Hinote
Joshua Allen Hoatland
Jeremy Stephen Holladay
Natalie Nicole Holler
Samantha Justine Hollinghead
Kristen Elizabeth Holt
Amy Nichole Howard
Nathanael Eugene Howard
Richard Sampson Howell
Jacob Channing Huff
Marilyn Alicia James
William Joseph Jardine
April Lee Jarman
Heather Ann Marie Jernigan
Kirby Lane Johnson
Marcus Antwan Johnson
Monica Renae' Johnson
Sean Ryan Johnson
Tony Lamar Johnson, Jr.
William H. Joiner
Russell Edward Jones, Jr.
Logan Heath Jones-Sikes
Kourtney Nicole Kabel
Theresa Celine Kemp
Courtney Denice Kimmons
Crystal Lee King
Daniel Joseph King
Kerree Jannette King
Trontayvis Teaunte Kogers
Tronvahris Teaunde Kogers
Kenny Andrew Kuby
Winston Blake Lainhart
Jack Clifford Lane
John Dylan Lang
Mark A. LaShare, II
Lauren Marie Laton
Kathryn Jonel Lea
Grace Ann LeBlanc
Alyssa Rose Lee
Matthew Stephen Lerch
Eric Paul Levins
Brandon Keith Lewis
Justin William Lewis
Richard Duane Lippert, III
Jarret Lee Lloyd
Enrique Lopez, Jr.
William Ray Lynch, IIl
Daniel Ernest Maddox
Amber Dawn Malicoat
Tina Marie Mangum
Erin Nicole Maraman
Danny Ray Martin
Amber Nicole Matejka
Kari Ann May
Blake Allen McCauley
Kathleen Anita McCranie
Elliott William McCully
Amber Nicole McGlothren
Shelby Rebecca McGuyre
Susan Elizabeth McNaughton
Tiffany Elise McWilliams
David Thaxter Messick
Jaysen David Miller
Tiffany Miller
Holley Christina Mills
Sarah Elizabeth Mills
Sarah Whitney Mitchell
Terrance Dewayne Mitchell
Nicole Marie Monzon
Jonathan Mark Moon
Matthew Wayne Moon
Jackson Quentin Moore
Mark Christopher Morris
James Asa Mosley
Logan Zachariah Neely
Alysia Marie Neese
Toni Ann Nelson
Centraya Katrica Nettles
Brittany Elain Newell
Michael Steven Newsom
Chelsea Nicole Newton
Michele Betty-Ann Nobles
Sidney Chezarae Norton
Ryan Seth Nutwell
Joshua Michael O'Berry
Andrew Timothy O'Connell
Kyle Charles Olmsted
Jessica Elizabeth Olson
Wesley Kenneth Orr
Austin Tyler Owens
Heidi Elizabeth Owens
Taylor Don Owens
Brittney Ann Parker
Destyn Patera
Sarah Ruth Pence
Cali Lynn Pendleton
Elizabeth Kaley Penton
Jeremy Talmadge Phillippi
Benjamin Patrick Phillips
Detra Alyce Pittman
Megan Nicole Pocopanni
Jessica Nicole Pope
Alex Martin Porras
Lindsey Elise Porter
Mary Katherine Postell
James Christopher Powell
Justin Matthew Powell
Zachary Chapmon Powell
Kaula Kasiana Price
Ali Victoria Priest
Jonathan Ignacio Quiroz
Crystal Elaine Raffield
William Luis Ramirez


Caitlin Rene Rapach
Keshanta Kristina Reese
Misty Dawn Rice
Calvin Duell Rich, III
David Thomas Richardson, III
Martin Alfredo Ricord
Lauren Dianne Rockwell
Christine Yatzuri Rodriguez
Jessica Leigh Rogers
George Robert Rothering
Jessica Lynn Rushing
Danielle Dawn Rusnak
Marissa Denee Rutherford
Sidney Morgan Rutledge
Megan Ann Ryan


Dakota Gearold Sams
Sierra Nicole Samuel
Alicia Dawn Satchfield
Crystal Alicia Saunders
Mary Ann Sawyer
Timothy James Schaffer
James Randall Scheidel
Amanda Lee Sehle
Christopher Ryan Shaffer
Erin Elizabeth Shelby
Miranda Rae Sizemore
Amanda Marie Skaggs
Krystal Leigh Smith
Shemika Rochelle Smith
Jamie Lynn Stamets
Hyler William Statam
Elizabeth Erin Steadman
Scott Allen Stiver
Megan Leigh Stokes
Cassidy Blaine Stowell
Melanie Renee Sullivan
Christopher Butler Taylor
Heather Louise Thill
Keenan Frank Tillman
Jeremy Elliot Tolbert
Lorena Kristine Torres
Mandy Louise Toyens
Katie Lynn Trease
Gabrielle Lee Turner
Sarah Ashley Urquhart
Thomas Lee Varady
Lena Elaine Varnell
Matthew Gerard Vascik
Ashley.Victoria Villa
Alonna Faye Wade
Sasha Amber Walker-Mills
Tristin Danielle Watson
Alma Louise Watts
Zachary Dwayne Weekley
Raymond Edsel Wells, III
David Joseph Whitbey
Jasmin Kiara White
Michael S. Whitehead
Justin Keith Whitfield
Tyler Lee Wilks
Raven Denise Williams
Heather Leann Wilson
Roy O'Dell Wilson, III
Christopher W. Winskey
Christopher Douglas Winslow
Mark Adam Wisler
Rachel Lynn Wolfe
Christian Dominique Woods
Kimberly Nicole Woodward
Meghan Lea Renee' Worley
Alyssa Joann Wozynski
Jonathan Travis Young
Sean Robert Young
Julia Joan Youngblood
Cory Stanley Zajac


2007
Jay High School
Senior Class

Kaila Lynn Ard
Thomas Michael Ashworth
Krista Mia Autrey
Rachel Hillary Bardin
Robert Thomas Brabham
Karen Amanda Brake
Verlena Martez Branson
Terrence Cordero Braswell
Adam Tyler Brown
Jacob Tyler Brown
Samantha Leigh Burkhead
David Andrew Cain
Richard Scott Caraway
Joshua Drew Cook
Zackery Bruce Cooley
Lea LaShay Crain
Christina Carol Dannelly
John Marshall Diamond III
Taylor Danielle Dover
Tylor Ray Eder
Terri Lynn Ellis
Justin Scott English
Candace Renee Ethridge
Robert Franklin Floyd
Brittany Lorraine Galbreath
Sarah Renee Goble
Kayla Rebecca Gomillion
Hannah Ruth Greene
Brittnay Renee Hammac
James Franklin Hammond II
Genna Marie Lynn Hardy
Kaleb O'Neil Harris
Brittany Carol Haveard
Sara Bethany Howard
Rachel Cameron Jackson
Lindsey Rebekah James
Jessica Lorann Johnson
Ashley Priscilla Jordan
Aaron Brett Kelley
Jay Edward Lane
. Blake Thomas Lewis
Jesse Dewayne Lewis
Tamara Ann Lewis
Richard Bradley Lowery
Joshua Philip Marshall
Thomas Heath Marshall
Matthew Loren Miller
Jenna Nicole Nash
Thomas R. Norrie II
Marandia Kay Owens
Christopher Shad Padgett
Nathan Bryan Parker
Joshua Kyle Penton
Haley Kay Pittman
Crystal Marie Polk
Kent Dean Salzer
Seth Johnson Shell
Hollie Denise Slate
Dillion Lawson Smith
William Benjamin Bynum Smith
Holly Marie Sours


James Dewayne Spivey
Shaundale Lee Stewart
Kyle Brandon Strickling
Reaghan Alexandra Stripling
Penelope Lynn Sutler
Alicia Christine Thrush
Michelle Renee Thrush
Brittany LeAnn Turner
Christopher Dewayne Walker
William Bradley Weaver
Jeri Ann Webb
James Adam White
Trent Matthew White
Brockston Lewis Whitfield


Jordan Tyler Failing
Jonathon Rodgers Farill
Christina Martha Rosanne Farmer
Kendall Blake Faust
Michael Christopher Feliciano
Cory Darden Fiasco
Michelle Dianne Flowers
Christopher Ryan Floyd
Robin Michelle Fortenberry
Shelly Sue Fredrickson
Tabitha Renee' Fuqua
Nikole Elise Gaff
Carlene Nicole Gagnon
Robert Jake Gallman
Kevin Glenn Gammel II
Rachel Michelle Gilbert
Caleb Charles Gindl


Lauren Elizabeth Mendoza
Nathan Andrew Menteer
Geoffrey Wayne Merritt
Amanda Marie Meyers
Amy Nicole Miller
Steven Kenneth Monson
Andrew Christopher Montaina
Matthew Lee Moore
Crystal Marie Morales
Brenna Kathleen Moran
Douglas Barry Moran
Brandon Paul Morel
Joshua Caleb Morrow
Ryan David Mraz
Emily Jane Mullahey
Courtney Marie Murphy


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2006-2007
Pace High School

Jelani Acevedo
Jena Leigh Addison
Daemon Allen Adsem
Michael Kyle Allender
Amanda Marie Alired
Monika Mina Almada
Patrick Kerry Amos
Allyn Nicole Anderson
Justin Dean Anderson
Stephen Madison Andrews
Kai Christian Archbell
Jared Stewart Arrant
Katherine Elizabeth Asmus
Jarrod Edward Austin
Amanda Lynn Bailey
Chase O'Neal Bailey
Emily Catherine Bailly
Blake A. Baker
Bryan A. Baker
Ashley Marie Barnes
Jonathan Matthew Barnhill
Kristopher Martin Barrett
Sean Joseph Barrett
Monica Paige Bean
Lucas Scott Beaty
Stephane Sylvain Beaudin
Drew Thomas Bell
Benjamin Miles Bervig
Michael Ryan Bishop
Tanya Marie Blanton
Scott Anthony Bond
Leslie Brenna Boodry
Parham Nicholas Booker VII
Kathleen S. Borges
Brandon Scott Bostic
Dana Catherine Bostic
Jacob Anthony Boudreaux
Michael Brandon Box
Brett Nathan Boyett
Lauren Elizabeth Bozeman
Michael Tyler Bradford
Theodore Cody Bradford
Jesica Sara Bradley
Ashley Dawn Bragg
Michael Anthony Bragg
Matthew Alan Branum
Curtis Lee Brashear
Brittany Danielle Bray
Robert Wayne Breland II
Mitchell Allen Brent
Robert Andrew Brigham
Nicole Elizabeth Brinkley
Brittney Kirsten Brinson
Timothy Clarence Brown II
Meagan Alexandra Bryan
Nicholas Adam Bryant
Ryan Karl Burge
Kimberly Anne Burnham
Lyle Rustin Burris
Kristi Nicole Butler
Brent Edward Campbell
Nicole Breanne Campbell
Joel William Cannon
Daniel Patrick Carey
Daniel Paul Carpenter
Ryan Michael Carr,
Sean Gregory Cassell
Christopher Allan Cawthon
Jessica Nicole Chandler
April Cassandra Chavers
Candace Larel Chesser
Jason Daniel Christopher
Tara Kathryn Clancy
Graham Alexander Clark
Raelynn Marie Clark ..
Spenser Boyd Cochran
Don Colin Coleman
Brittany Denise Collier
Christine Elizabeth Collins
Elsa Anne Collins
Daniel Mark Comer
Brittney Kathyrn Cooey
Allison Jean Cook
Ashley Diann Cook
Holly Lynn Cook
lan Wesley Cook
Michael Ryan Cook
Christopher Newton Cooke
Stephenie Elaine Cooley
Ainsley Renee Cooper
Danielle Maria Cornejo
Bradley Alan Corporon
Courtney Danielle Corrao
Molly Marie Courtney
Megan Leanne Cribbs
Megan Nicole Crow
Jessica Elizabeth Crumbley
Chelsea Nicole Cullen
Andrew Lee Cumberland
Jack Henry Custer
Austin Patrick Dailey
Martre' Dimone Daniels
Travis John Daniels
Christa Noelle Davidson
Beau Allen Davies
Marisa Kaye Dawson
Drew Day-Welty
Mary Joyce Dean
Troy Jacob Dean
J Michael Dedeaux
Danielle Walton Delph
Lauren Ashley Delseni
Sarah Marie DeSantis
Matthew Ray Dinger
Chelsea Ra Dodgson
Victoria Ariell Donahoo
Mark Huston Donohoe
Daniel Michael Dosen
Tyler Phillip Dougherty
Courtney Diane Dowler
Keith O'Bryant Dunigan
Patricia Graham Dyson
Michael Thomas Eastman
Madisen Peggy Edwards
Bradford Blaze Ellis
Justin Michael Ellison
Kristi Lynne Enfinger
Daniel Patrick Eubanks
Emily Kathleen Ezell


Page 3-C


Sarah Elizabeth Gitch
Andrew Patrick Gluchacki
Samantha Elizabeth Godwin
Brittany Anne Gough
Erin Cheri Grace
Craig Lee Greenberg
Ashley Marie Griffin
Steven Shawn Grimm
Laura Michelle Groat
Megan Patricia Gunther
Surita Lakiva Guyton
Phillip Andrew Hall
Sarah Kandice Hall
Paul Bradford Hammac
John Nelson Hancock
Brandon Michael Hannel
Brandon Earl Hardiman
Joanna Paige Hardy
Matthew Gaylen Harley Jr.
Leah Marie Harnish
Whitney Ashton Harrington
Nathan Deniz Harris
Toni Katie Harris
Nathan Alexander Scott Harrison
Kimberly Michelle Hart
Heather Eleise Hartley
Brittani Iris Hartsfield
Adam Ebrahem Hassan
Bradley Todd Hedges
William Charles Heiden IV
Jeremy Kyle Heiland
Brian Harrison Heitman
Travis Lee Helms
Breandan Justin Hertlein
Bryan Allen Hicks
Kayla Marie Hicks
Tina Marie Hierholzer
Lindsay Danielle Hill
Marguerite Kathleen Hill
Samuel Ken Hilterbrand
Stephanie Elizabeth Hinton
Diamond Tawhatha Hoise
Christopher Brandon Holley
Tara Marie Holstein
Natalie Marie Holt
Deona Elaine Hooker
Melissa Nicole Hopkins
Anne-Marie Home
Kristen Ren6e Hudson
Robert James Hughes
Sabrina Denise Huling
Casey Nicole Hunt
Jordan Webb Hunter
Christine Nichole Hurd
Blake Matthew Hutchins
Amy Catherine Irons
Amanda Rabon Jackson
James Aaron Jackson
Richard William Jackson
Victoria Grace Jackson
Samantha Marie James
Amanda Kay Jellyman
Ryan Micheal Jett
Christopher Alan Johnson
Nathaniel Cook Johnston
Cathryn Michelle Jones
Joseph Wyatt Jones
Kasandra Marie Jones
Blaine Scott Joseph
Jason Carl June
Tanner Lee Kasischke
Nicolas Mark Katona
Brittany Nicole Kellar
Kyle Edward Kemp
Jarod Peter Keremes
Kasey Martin Kessler
Natasha Leigh King
Alexandra Megan Kochel
Trysha Lee Krasnosky
Eric Richard Kroll
Kelli Deanna Lagarde
Roger Alan Lair
Alexandra Elizabeth Lanaro
Thomas Grey Esten Landsgaard
Eric Adam Lane
Jessica Lauren Lane.
Kayla Nicole Lang
Kalin Micheal Lasseter
Samuel Clee Laster II
Jennifer Denise Lawson
Kaitlan Ann Lay
Samuel David Lay
Nien Chieh Wendy Lee
Victor Gordon Lee Jr.
Christina Ryan Lewis
Tiffany Shalese Lewis
Katie Lynn Licharowicz
Gerald Max Lint III
Charles Brent Lipford
Steven Michael Rafael Anthony Uorens
Chelsea Olivia Lochas
Justin Ray Long
Heather Elizabeth Lord
Saige Breanne Lumpkin
Mark Conner Lynes Jr.
Stacey Michele Lynn
Christopher Ryan Lyter
Victoria Lynn Majesky
Bethany Nicole Malloy
Justin Ryan Malone
Caitlin Morgan Manning
Erica Lee Manning
Chelsea Lynn Markel
Bradley Steven Martin
Joseph Francis Martin
Meghann Emily Martin
Candice Marie Mascolo
Robyn Shelby Mathews
Melissa Morgan Maurice
Gene Patrick McBrien
Michael Dean McBrien
Christopher Keith McCraw
Erin Christine McDonald
Lindsey Rae McDonald
Charles Wayne McElveen Jr.
Stephen Douglas McFarren
Janell Amber Mclnnes
Megan Michelle McKinley
Lindsey Nicole McLellan
Andrea Marie McPherson
Jessica Mae Meadows
Jeremy Brian Mears
Matthew Alan Melvin


Nicholas Daniel Williams
Travis Edward Williams
Austin James Williamson
Travis Michael Wilson
Ryan David Winkles
William Louis B. Wise
Jacob Newton Wissing
Christopher Paul Witney
Kara Michelle Woodson
Kurt Joseph Woodward
Erica Kaline Wright
Jacob Kie Wu
Johnathon Patrick Yates
Jonathan David Young
Stewart Young
Leah Louann Youngblood


Justin Darrell Musgraves
Scott Matthew Naumanuf
Laurie Ellen Nickol
Phillip Wyatt Noa
Kylee Jenise North
Danielle Louise Oram
Matthew Aaron Orenstein
Leah Marissa Orehosky
Megan Emily Owen
Jaqueline Marie Cameron Pablo
Lorin Elizabeth Pace
Nina Marlene Palmer
Rachel Netherland Patten
Amanda Lee Pattullo
Kellie Jean Payne
Brad Charles Pearson
Kinsman Peter Pearson III
Rustin Ray Peck
Savanna DeeDyne Penland
Ashley Rose Perez
Jessica Lynn Perrette
J.R. Perritt
Danielle Nichole Perry
Anna Katherine Peterson
Megan Lyn Peterson
Danielle Elaine Pfeiffer
Jason Michael Piciullo
Makaylee Brooke Pierce
Samantha Anne Pietruszewski
Kelly Nicole Pinckard
Isaac Jacob Porter
Derek Mitchell Poston
Andrew Landis Power
Josie Ann Prickett
Jennifer Lynn Pugh
David Quesada
Justin Addison Raben
Amber Ann Ragas
Sarah Ellen Ray
Elizabeth May Reaser
Katherine Achie Reaser
Franklin Leroy Redden
Christopher Ryan Reeves
Ashley Grace Register
Katelyn Michelle Renfroe
Joshua William Robbins
Lauren Nicole Roberson
Jeffrey Michael Robinson
Jessica Maria Rodriguez
Ross Douglas Rogers
Dylan Christopher Rowe
Lewis Douglas Runge
Katherine Roberta Russell
Stormi Richelle Ryan
Shannon Marrie Sager
Heather Nicole Salter
Adam Joshua Sanders
Katelyn Annette Sanders
Toni Michelle Savage
Hillary Michele Saxon
Dillon Boardman Seal
Nicholas Michael Sellers
Jessica Lynne Severt
Lesley Jessica Sewell
Jessica Alynn Shell
Jesse Lee Sheppard
Alexander Eugene Sherry
Timmothy David Showalter
Eliza Rashell Shuck
Ashley Daye Shuman
Sarah Marie Shechak
Stephanie Nicole Skipper
Kristen Lee-Ann Slade
Niki Leanna Slay
Andrew Bryce Smith
Daniel Taylor Smith
Michael Jordan Smith
Nicole Amber Smith
Tristan Lauren Smyer"'.
Andrew Edward Solomon
Kyle Nathaniel Sorrell
Jackie Lauren Spillar
Drew Austin Steele
Amanda Kirstyn Steinaway
Jacqueline Nicole Steiner
William Maxwell Stewart
Brittany Leigh Stokes
Melissa Lynn Strouse
Sarah Michele Summerlin
William Brandon Surratt
Brandy Michelle Sutton
Arielle Leigh Swanson
Derek Tyler Talbott
William Douglas Taylor III
Alyson Michelle Thomas
Charles Marcus Thomas
Kimberly Denise Thompson
Hannah Beth Tilden
Jennifer Michelle Tindell
Brittany Renee Tisdale
Joshua Hayes Tisdale
Jordan Marie Tomasek
Dustin Craig Toney
Jessica JoAnne Torpey
Thai Quoc Tran
Joshua Alvin Trawick
Brian Keith Turner Jr.
James Phillip Turner
Brittany Lee Udell
Keith Marcel Vanlandihgham
Steven Christopher Vasquez
Victor Nathaniel Vath
Kristin Hope Vaughn
Paul Igtanloc Villaruel
Christopher Daniel Wadkins
Erin Nicole Waite
Blake Michael Walters
Ashley Nicole Waner
Kaytlin Morgan Ward
Samantha Ryan Ward
Miranda.Rose Watkins
Thomas Chase Webb
Joshua Nathaniel Webster
Justin Reid Weekley
Christopher James Lang Wegman
Lauren Marie Welch
Sara Ann Welch
Justin Allen Wells
Brennan Scott Welter
Bret Carlton Wilbanks
John Michael Williams
Joshua Buck Williams
Nathan P. Williams


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2007 Graduating Class of
Santa Rosa High
School/Santa Rosa Adult
School

Brittany Lee Wasden, OutstandingStudent
Timothy David Abbey
Thomas Hubbard Addison
James Robert Allen
Donnie Ray Archer
Kendra Lynn Ates
Wayne Everette Baker
Crystal Nichole Barnhill
Gregory Thomas Barnhill
Michelle Lee Barry
Christina Michelle Bartlett
Kristy Nichole Beals
Brandon D. Bearden
Jamie Rebekkah Bennett
Joseph Allen Bettis
Shelly Marie Blakeman
Michelle Nicole Booker
David A. Bostic, Jr.
Ross Martin Bourgeois
Jessica Nicole Braden
Michael Rouse Bradley
Austin Cordell Brahier
Jordan Elisabeth Branch
Tabitha Michelle Bray
Aaron Christopher Brewer
Kenneth Wayne Brewer
Faith Alicia Brothers
Michelle Marie Brown
Raymond Edward Brown
Darren Wayne Bryan
Josh Michael Burch
Josey D. Burmeister
Thomas J. Byerly
Alex James Carroll
Krysten Faith Charles
Mason Kay Christian
Rebecca Diann Coatney
Clayton John Coffey
Felicia Dawn Cole
Jennifer Lee Collins
Jody Thomas Cotton
Dominik R. Cunningham
Cody Wesley Cupp
Christopher Curry
Amber Leigh Decker
Jessica Dawn Delossantos
Richard Antoine DiFabrizio
Rachael Nicole Diggs
Amy Louise Dukes
Kalyn Nichole Dwyer
Kristel Rae Ebeling
Megan Rose Eckhart
Crystal Marie Edwards
Amy Sun Enfinger
John Jay Enfinger
Matthew Logan Enfinger
Patricia Renee Farmer
Rayna Ellen Farrell
Melissa Josephine Fischer
John Eddie Flowers
Steven Daniel Folks
Noelle Elizabeth Fowler
Michele A. Fowlkes
David Joseph Frazee
Donna Marlene Frazier
Shaun Daniel Fuller
Charles Stanley Gable
Andrew J. Galloway
Jared Robert Gandy
Brittany Lauren Garrett
Matthew Christopher Garrett
Joshua Paul Geyen
Cassy Amanda Gibson
Samantha Marie Girardeau
Crystal Dawn Goddard
Kimberly Marie Gooden
Jeremy D. Guthrie
Daniel Robert Hahn
April Michelle Hamm
Stephanie Michelle Hamrick
Matthew Houston Harris
Ashley Nicole Heaton
Jeffrey Wolcott Heath
Bonnie Lynn Hedgecock
Jasmine Michele Hicks
Margaret Ruth Hockett
Stephanie Ann Holiday
Jeremiah William Hual.
Jennifer Lyn Hubbard
Loren Ashley Hurd
David Liston Hutcheson, Jr.
Allison Darlene Hysmith
Matthew Stephen Jacobson
Kristen Elaine Jay
Dixie Alexandria Jernigan
Cody Wilfred Johnen
Brandon Lee Johnson
Katherine Elizabeth Jones
Zachary Bruce Kabalkin
Leslie Francis Knauber
Jennifer Marie Knapp
Brandi Michelle Lackey
Jeramey Lee Land
Nikki Kimrey Land
Jennifer L. Lewis
Autumn Marie Littrell
Krystal Leigh Lowe
Ashley Rae Lowell
Simone Aline Luedtke
Ethan Valentine Luppert
Daniel Keith Madden
Meiling Hsiung Mahurin
Alberto Malave, Jr.
Yvonne June Mangos
Andrew James Marcum
Jennifer Nicole Margist
Wesley Ryan Marsee
Matthew Casey McCleery
Zachery William McCurley
Kristen Renee McDaniel
Brian Edward McDonald
Eric L. McFarlin
Cherrie Nicole Mclrvin
Sarah Meuser
Chad Allen Mooney
Miranda Danielle Mooney
Carmen Vicki Moring
Brandi Nicole Mosley
Brittany Nicole Nabors
Elizabeth Ann Nelson
Robrico K. Newberry
Hung Thanh Nguyen
Samantha Nicole Nicely
James Wesley Norman
Rebecca Nicole Norman
Rebecca Jane Nowlin


Carrie Ann Obed
Ashley Rene' Odom
Megan Leigh Odom
Robert John Lewis Orth, Jr.
Courtney Jean Pape
Samantha Lynn Parriman
Thomas Nolan Patrick
Kyle Daniel Patshy
Jesica J. Peaden
Thylitha Michelle Peaden
Timothy James Percival, Jr.
Maloree Ann Philcox
Amanda Renee Pipes
Spencer Alan Poison
Catrina Delynn Porter
Lianne Alva Portlllo
Cecella Phernya Potter


Robby Eugene Price
Nicholas Adam Proulx
Stephanie Lynn Rambo
Jade Lynn Ritchey
Johnny Joshua Rivera
James E. Roberts
Jocelin Lei Robinson
Sheena Ruthanne Rodgers
Billy Wayne Rolin, Jr.
Joshua Lawrence Russell
Ricky W. Russo
Henry Adam Salter
Amanda Nicole Sampley
Raven S. Saria
Ashley Kay Savage
Heather Leann Sawders
Joshua Gene Scoggins
Barry C. Scott
Miguel Antonio Seeley
Justin Miles Shaw
Carlton Gregory Sheffield
Mallory Danielle Sheffield
Melissa Jean Simmons
Joseph David Simons
Jamie Lynn Skelton
Amanda Nicole Slack
Xavier O'Bryan Smith
Justin Lawrence Soley
Jodi Lynn Stevenson
Edwin C. Suggs
Amanda Leigh Sutton
Ted Hardman Tarbox, Jr.
La'Keshia Monique Thomas
Edward John Thompson
Charis Sylvia Tomblin
Bryan Matthew Tomlinson
Trevor James Tong
Esther Marionna Trimmer
Matthew Austin Tingley
Robert E. Tuttle
Christie Lynn Valentyne
Tonya Lynn Wales
Nikolaus Oliver Wallace
William Charles Walter, III
Kelly Nicole Watkins
Robin Renee Weeks
lan Sherrell Wells
Paris Andre Wells
Courtney Rachel Whitehead
Jared O'Neil Williams
Jennifer Denise Williams
Stephanie Diane Williams
Brandon Lee Wilson
Skyler Craig Woolard
Shanda Marie Zackowski
Xavier Zell

Central High
Graduates 2007

Krista N Adkinson
Eli H Bardin
Kimberly A Barninger
Sylvia N Bell
Megan L Birch
Laura B Carnley
Gretchen E Cotton
Jared L Davis
Nathaniel H Dilmore
Kelley M Dozier
Alesia D Enfinger
Jesaca A Erven
Michelle C Evans
Maggie L Everidge
Raymond C Everton
Grayson W Flaherty.
Olen Keith Germann
Jessica L Hart
Justin E Henderson
Shelby K Howell
Joshua D Huie
Teri F Hunt
Preston C Jernigan
Joshua W Leonard
Forrest L Mahoney
Shaina E Mccall
Shawnna R Moorer
Channing B Morgan
Cortney N Norton
Katie L Oakes
Robert W Olsen
Crystal M Pace
Jamie L Penton
Noah J Riddles
Wesley J Smead
Nathan M Smith
Shawn M Stearns
lleen V Stephens
Robert S Thames
Leah I Vogt
Cherie L Ward


2007 Navarre High
Senior Class

Amanda Rose Ann Adams
Sarah Ann Nicole Alcott
Chantel Denise Allen
Jonathan Cory Alvarez
Ebony Monique Anderson
Brent Anthony Appenrott
Michael Timothy Apro
Kara Michelle Apsey
Vincent Archibald
Kristyn Nicole Arellanes
Mirelis Stephanie Armsted
Richard Dennis Atwood
Ryan Allan Bailey
Tremain Marcel Barnes
Ashlee Emma Barrett
Jessica Brittany Barton
Rachel Michelle Bennett
Kayla Antionette Bennett
Timothy Wayne Bethune
Benjamin Edward Bibeau
Curtice Clark Bings II
Keristen Nicole Black
Micaela Janice Black
Johnathan Michael Blatz
Ashley Elizabeth Bocock
Jonathan Marc Bollhoefer
Neil Tobias Boswell
Chloe Amelia Boswell
Joseph Daniel Boyd
Katherine Anne Brainerd
Nicolas Wilson Bray
Christopher Donald Brazelton
Linnea Nicole Brewer
Chanelle S. Brown


Richard Clay Broxson
Heather Leigh Broxton
Aaron Scott Brummett
Daniel K. Buono
Jesse Nathaniel Burch
Trina Elizabeth Butcher
Carolyn Abigail Byrd
Marissa Renee Caglione
Kevin Benjamin Cahn
Kayla Caitlin Callahan
Derek Stephen Captain
Kimberly Angela Carlow
Bobble Jo Carroll
Jessica Beth Carter
Christofer Stephan Carter
Abbey Carina Castlllo
Jessica Nichole Chambers
Kathleen Palge Chambers
Matthew James Chelette


Margaret Katherine Maynard
Keegan Patrick McAfee
Tyler Davis McArthur
Brandon Keith McCants
Michael Shane McCullough
Megan Rebekah McGrew
Morgan Maria McGrew
Anthony Scott McKee
Dean Russell Mertens
Robin Jared Mesey
Adriane Ruth Mez *
Tiffany Lynn Midyette
Chelsie Lynn Miller
Paul Eric Miller
Robert Mason Miller
Just Cooper Moore
Ashley Irma Moreland
Jennifer LeAnn Morrlson


Douglas Scott Baker, Jr.
Douglas Dewayne Baldwin, Jr.
Jordan Patrick Ball
Tyler John Bandurski
Kyle James Barron
Natalie Elizabeth Bass
Nadia Jeanne Batson
Samantha Christine Batting
Katie Michelle Beaugrand
Kimberly Ann Begley
Rebecca Kay Bell
Phillip Dale Berger
Spencer Walsh Blaydes
Elizabeth Price Bohannon
Jesslca Lynne Boulton
Christopher Dale Bounds
Danica Shelby Bowman


Ryan David Chisholm
Katherine Ellen Christenson
Kelly Marie Christenson
Min Hye Chun
Sheldon Crosby Clary
Jared D. Clay
Chelsea Suzanne Coats
Matthew Christopher Colin
Moravia Lynn Colley
Ashley Diane Colvin
George Gavin Conover
Derek Troy Cook
Lhaisa Nicole Cook
Danielle Joelle Cook
Lauren Kathryn Coulter
Melissa A. Coveney
John David Crabtree
Patrick Ryon Crowley
Scott Thomas Cuthrell
Joseph Anthony D'Alessio
Asa Forbes Dalphone
Richmond Austin Dalphone
Thomas Michael Davis
Aaron Keel Davis
Hunter Jackson Davison
Tyler Allen Day
Robert Edward Didaleusky
Ashley Marie Dingman
James A. Dipilla
Emily Dawn Dobrenchuk
Kristina Nichole Docarmo
Brandon Alexander Doenges
Alyssa Ilene Dominguez
Lindsey Marie Dowden
Jennifer Nichole Dunn
Jamie Ryan Dupre
Stacie Danielle Dyson
Katie Lynn Earle
Reagan Michelle Eastwood
Alekzandr Christian Echelle
Christopher D. Ellison
Chelsea Renea Engel
Decire' Cristal Febus
Richard J. Fiorito
Teryn Rene Flanagan
Scott Ryan Fleming
Pamela Louise Floyd
Kenneth Holland Force
Nicole Alford Francisco
Randi Ahyana Gale
Brett David Gallrein
Shahine Howard Garshasb
Robert Leo Gauthier
Marissia Anne Gauthier
Tyler R. Gazoo
Caitlin Rochelle Gazzillo
Megan Amanda Geri
Christine Louise Gerrity
Amanda Kathryn Gibson
David Oneil Gillespie
Zachary Andrew Gillum
Erich Giltinan
Zachariah Daniel Goff
Candice May Gow
Brendan James Greene
lan Alexander Greenwell
Jennifer LeAnn Grubbs
Kala Marie Guinn
Joshua Lee Guisasola
Adam T. Gustafson
David Kalai Gutierrez
Zachery Dewitt Haden
Michael D. Hagewood
Craig Dale Haggett
April Shin Hamilton
Ashley LeeAnn Hammes
Shawnna Sue Hardie
Tommi Taylor Hardwick
Bryan Tyler Harrington
Erin Elizabeth Harrold
Samuel Scott Harton
Shawn Patrick Haskin
Addison Cole Heffron
Cassidy Rae Henry *
Jonathan Eli Hermance
Jordan Wayne Hidalgo
Joseph Crawford Hill III
Catherine Marie Hitchcock
Christina Necole Hodge *
Jonathan Frederick Holmes Jr.
Kevin Scott Horn
Adam Timothy Horton
Christine Dillon Howard
Susan Marie Howell *
Jazzmyn Adriana Howington
Jade Barbara Hoy
Casey Marie Imbornone
Julia Grace Inkel
Su'Terrica Tyshel Jackson
La'Terrica Tyshea Jackson
Aaron Reynauldo Jackson
Matthew Alfredo Jalil
Shelley Marcelle Jenkins
Brett Cameron Jensen
Jennifer Courtney Johnson
Erika Lynn Johnson
James Michael Johnston
Lauren Kassandra Jones
Elizabeth Gail Jones
Johnathan Paul Jones
Nicholas lan Kamansky
Kristian Stewart Karsten
Andrea Janine Keating
Kelly Lynn Keeton
Danelle Elise Keller
Megan Karter Kneen
Rachel E. Kradel
AmyChristine Kuhnen
Anna Maria Kundera
Sean Austin Lacey
David Michael Lanfranchi
Zachary Jacob Lang
Deborah Derya Lanham
Lindsey Michelle Lauber
John Paul Perez Law
Megan A. Lawson
Katherine Brinton Lemaster
John Robert Lepore
Dominique Darell Lewis
Brandon Sean Lipscomb
Christopher Aaron Lively
Eric Lobina
Marissa Rose Lopez
Jessica Ruby Lucio
Gregory Ray Lyon
Jacob David Marks
Giovanni Martin
Nelson Micheals Martin
Christopher Vincent Matechik
Ryan J. Mathis
Ashley Roberta Maye


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Joseph Craig Mullikin
Cassandra Kay Myking
Derek Carl Nelson
Sean Alexander Newell
Ronald E. Newton II
Erin Michelle Nicholas
Karra Leigh Nichols
Jacob Tyler Norris
Jason Michael Pace
Emily Suzanne Pacholl *
Shawnt'e Rockelle Page
Ryne Lee Parker
Timothy Kawika Parker
Malarie Gevane Passmore
Brittany Dawn Patrick
William Russell Peltz
Kala Blue Pence
Anthony S. Percy
Carmen Christina Perez
Desiree Nicole Perez
Michelle Marie Peters
Joel R. Pfiester
Hong Nhat Pham
Daniel S. Phillips
Joshua Michael Pierce-French
Donald J. Powell
Brandy Olivia Price
Amanda Leigh Price
Kyle Stephen Quick
Danleigh Helen Ramsel
Megan Justine Ramsey
Heather Marie Rans
Barbara Alexia Richards
Danielle Linnea Rickman *
Amanda Lea Rigsby
Nicole Marie Rivera
Scott David Rivera
Joel Enrique Rodriguez
Pricilla Diane Rodriguez
Kyle Stefan Rohrig
Donte' Jarrell Rome
Jacob Patrick Root
Liana Marie Russano
Mary Christine Russell
Harmony Marie Russell
Patrick Tucker Schell
Tyler Ovey Schexnayder
Scott Michael Schoeneberg
Brendan Patrick Schreiner
Andrew J. Scott
Jessica Nicole Scott
Sherman Derek Sculley
Brandon Dane Seebeck
Kelly Lynn Settergren
Rachel Whitney Shepherd
Otis D'Lorn Simmons
Anthony M. Sims
Gregory S. Siqueira
Katrina Suzanne Skinner
Ryan Patrick Slye
Crystal L. Smiddy
Amanda Rochelle Smith
Tianna Monique Smith
Clinton D. Smith
Brittney Nicole Smolinski
Anthony Terrell Spearman
Zachary Dean Spencer
Nicole Ann Michelle Stark
Megan Marie Stauffer
Ryan Michael Stewart
Chelsea Rae Stewart
Daniel Warner Stivers
Reginald Dashawn Stocker
Jacob Edwin Stouffer
Lindsey Amanda Strahan
Samantha Renee Streacker
Grant R. Summers
Dahna Lanique Sumner
Alicia Lynn Swinford
Brittney Marie Taylor
Sharlene Rae Tenorio
Justin Edward Thompson
Madelain Jean Tigano
Casey Allison Tindell
Stefan Lawrence Tipton
Beverly Elaine Torres
Brittany Marie Travis
William Ashton Tremblay
Britney Linn Trout
Chelsea Rae Troy
Zachary Scott Truesdell
Cody Alexander Tuttle
Rachel Leigh Tyrone
Justin Ross Vance
Leesha Carol Vander Wilt
Samantha Noel Vandermeide
Evan Lee Vaughan
Stephen Andrew Venegas
Kera Madison Voorhees
Megan Ashley Waite
Niles Ty Warner
Nicole Christine Warren
Anneka Lynn Watters
Kaitlyn Nicole Weaver
Courtney Elizabeth Weaver
Dustan James Weekley
Kersty Nicole Weidenhamer
Chase Rookstool White
Todd Andrew Wiegman
Whitney Morgan Wilkerson
Tanya Marie Wilkerson
Taylor Willbanks
Ashlyn Marie Williams
Christopher Scott Williams
lan Geoffrey Williams
Michael Robert Wilson
Nicholas Comer Wise
Tommy Brad Wiser
Erin Denise Wooley
Brooke Elizabeth Worsham
Steven Robert Yates
Ashlea Nycole Ynfante
Megan Marie Yunevich
Crystal Jennifer Rae Zozaya
* Top Academic Scholars

Gulf Breeze High School
2007 Graduation Class
343 students

Valedictorian-Johnathan Douglas Lott
Salutatorian-Juliana Jordan
Matthews
Scott Andrew Adams
Charlotte Alyxandra Adkins
Amanda Christine Alfrey
Leah Candace Allen
Meredith Kaitlin Almond
Kathryn Elizabeth Alverson
Samantha Erin Ames
Lauren Elizabeth Amick


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Lydia Danielle Boyd
Alison Rend Boyer
Stuart Clifton Bradley
Michael Hunter Bredesen
Debra Kathryn Bremer
Kasey Elise Brock
Karin Claire Brown
Nathaniel Nicholas Brown
Roslyn Kristin Brown
Jonathon Michael Broy
John Gary Bruce, Jr.
Jeremy Blake Bryan
Kelsi Elizabeth Burgess
Joseph Daniel Bynum
Natalie Camacho
Brittany Nicole Carmichael
Chase Bradley Carroll
Chelsea Lynne Cassiano
Kristopher Daniel Castillo
Ann-Marie Chilton
Ashley Colleen Ciccone
Joy Elizabeth Clark
Kelly Lynn Clay
Kourtney Danielle Clopton
Molly Ann Coady
Jeremy Robert Coffield
Chad Andrew Colley
Rachel Leigh Conte
Allison Michelle Cooper
Thomas Ernest Cotton
Katie Jo Crawford
Brandon Taylor Creager
Meghan Brishea Crockett
Mary Kathleen Crooke
Patrick John Curran
Malia Ann D'Arezzo
Allisa Frances Dadabo
Christopher Ryan Dailey
Emmalyn Ruth Daniel
Kathryn Michele Darr
Mary Mahan Deaver
Sean Michael Delaney
Gina Olivia Louise Delgado
Caitlyn Justine Delp
William Ryan Denson
William Paul Dirschka
Daniel Allen Dorman
Stephen Philip Douglas
Andrew Doyle
Tanner Toney Drusky
Jonathan Michael Dumbacher
Caitlin Aurora Dunbar
Brandon Nicholas Dykes
Sabil Missouri Edgar
Amanda Catherine Ellis
Mary Nicole Ellis
Rachael Janan Estess
Abigail Lynn Felkner
Emily Ann Felkner
Claudia Anne Fluitt
Catherine Michelle Flynn
Stephanie Nicole Fockler
Austin Robert Forsyth
Joshua Clay Forsythe
London Shae Foxworth
Emily Danielle French
Jonathan Brett French
Lauren .Elizabeth French
Nicole Danielle Garcia
Clayton Anthony Garry
Nicholas Dean Gates
Chloe Nicole George
Alicia Ann Gerrety
Cory William Gibson
Laura Katherine Gincauskas
Christopher Brandon Girod
Eric Dane Francis Golden
Ashley Victoria Goodman
Nichole Kirsten Goudreau
Amanda Marie Gough
Hannah Lee Grant
Tyler Ari Gross
Natalie Kay Gusack
Anne Michelle Hampton
Karli Nicole Hanke
Jonathon Chandler Hanline
Courtney Rene6 Hanson
Christopher Lindsey Hardy
Justin Dean Harp
William Scott Harrington
Phillip Owen Hartsfield
Cory Michael Hebert
Kyle Ross Hebert
Ashley Caroline Hellums
Houston Tyler Hellums
Carly Morgan Helm
Cory Boston Henderson
Michael David Henderson
John Tyler Herndon
Stephanie Gail Hoelscher
Anthony Thomas Hofius
Shaun David Holifield
Andrew Cody Holladay
Hayes Phillip Holland
Jonathan Christopher Holmes
Molly Victoria Holsworth
Kyle Hamilton Hooks
Jason Charles Hooper
Nikolas James Hoskins
Elizabeth Suzanne Howe
Amanda Elizabeth Huggins
Joseph Aaron Hurd
Jacob Meade Hurst
Joshua Meade Hurst
Skyler Nicole Hysler
Claire Emilie Inabnit
Terresa Kim Jackson
Adam Samuel Jaffe
Derek Michael Jeter
Nicholas Patrick Johansen
Emily Ann Johnson
Peter Constantine Kantrales
Courtney Lee Kaston
Eric Matthew Keasler
Kevin Richard Kent ,
Sarah Ashley Kent
Seaira Rose Kersch
Robert Paul Kimsal II
Patrick Eugene King
Ryan Hamilton Kirby
Ryan Patrick Knee
Courtney Christine Kocon
Heather Danielle Kuehne
Aubrey Katelyn Kurtz
Lauren Ashley Ladd
Samuel Dean Lambert
Michelle Catherine Lawson
Kristi Nicole Lee
Nathan Andrew Leopard
Lauren Ashley Lewis
Corene Elizabeth Linville


Marketia LaShelle McElroy
Bradford Lee McGuire, Jr.
Keely Bree McKissack
Kacey Laine McKnight
Hamilton Kyle McLemore
Laura Allison Mead
Kelsey Ann Meade
Kyle Monro Messer
Eric Charles Miller
John Michael Miller
Macy Anne Miller
Stephen Kimmel Miller
Annie Marie Mitchell
Jessica Mae Morgan
Whitney Athena Morgan
Patrick James Mulcahy
Lacie Alexandra Naggatz
Christine Elizabeth Nash
Ava Nikole Nelson
Joanna Grace Newingham
Amanda Nguyen
Khoi Van Nguyen
Gregory Michael Nicholas
Joseph Michael Nixon
Brendan Joseph O'Brien
Susan Katherine O'Brien
Clarke Patrick O'Connor
Aubrie Jane Offerdahl
Fairen Leigh Olin
Justin Eugene Olson
Samuel Julian Overly
Jacob Ryan Pace
George Daniel Pagonis
Aaron Brent Paparella
Abby Olivia Parr
Joshua Cane Parsons
William Charles Parsons
Katherine Farley Patterson
Christina Marie Payne
Brandi Gene Peavy
Daniel Henri Peeri
Jennifer Sarah Pelt
Angela Dawn Pendergraph
Heath Douglas Percy
Elizabeth Page Peters
Stelios Konstandinos Peterson
Jordan Marie Pfeiffer
Amanda Lauren Phillips
Samantha Dawn Pierson
Amelia Katherine Podojil
Matthew Chase Polise
Stephen Merritt Pope
Chandler Rice Posey
Joshua James Potesta
Julie Ann Potomski
Douglas Ryan Dax Powers
Marissa April Cannata Price
Jason Allen Pugh
Gabrielle Christine Randall
Adrienne Elise Randel
William Blake Rankin
Mark Anthony Rawlings
Forrest Stiller Ray
Elisa Mary Reyes
Christopher Ryan Rivait
Andrew Stephen Rivers
Derek James Rongstad
Joseph Benjamin Rosas
Ashley Nicole Rotolo
Maggie Irene Routt
Ashley Michelle Rutledge
Ross Stuart Sakey
Rachel Susan Sanford
Dale-Rae Saunders
Kenneth James Saunders
Brandon Lee Scapin
Justin Richard Schmidt
Farah Beth Schmitt
James Richard Schmitz, Jr.
John Donald Schrock II
Sydney Ellen Schroth
Summer Leigh Schuler
Tyler Scott Schumacher
Gregory Allen Schwartz
Ellen Katherine Schwier
Sean Christopher Seales
Carl Jerry Sears
Shaina Marie Senior
Kristen Nicole Settle-Troup
David Alexander Sever
Brittany Sloane Sexton
Ellen Turner Shaffer
Elena Leonidovna Sharikhina
Benjamin Arthur Sharp
Robert Cody Sharp
Bre Anna Shaw
Jonathan David Shell
Jorma Lawrence Shores
Joshua Pete Shores
Bradford Cooper Shows
Jessica Diane Sims
Kimberly Caroline Sims
Roth Aaron Sinkiewicz
Aubrey Nicole Smith
Kort Alexandre Smith
Carla Rae Soder
William Parker Sperry
Elizabeth Anne Stein
Jessica Shea Stevens
Brittny Michelle Still
Heather Joy Stinson
David Nathan Stout
Ajaneigh Nichole Strong
Mary Cheree Suttles
Sarah Ann Sydow
Lacie Jean Tallo
Jon Ethan Taunton
Amber Nicole Taylor
Dana Elizabeth Teschel
Christopher Gene Thomas
Larry Owen Thomas
Michael Wesley Thomas
Martin Henry Thompson IV
Marianne Louise Tibbits
Morgan Ann Tibbs
Gregory William Tober
Sharlissa Alisabeth Truett
Tyler Sherwood Turner
David lan Ullman
Michael Andrew Ullman
Ashton Edward Vance
Joshua Robert Vance
Tabatha Lee VanDeWalle
Mackenzie Leigh VanOtten
Gregory John Vento
Nathalie Alysse Walgis
Michael Jason Waters
Patrick Ryan Waters
Ashley Marie Weatherall
Brian Lee Weisnicht
Nicholas Lee Wells


Whitney Jamila Longmire
Johnathan Douglas Lott
Jason Bud Lussier
Justin Aaron Lutz
Andrew Nicholas Maitner
Brandi Nicole Majewski
Mary Elizabeth Mallett
Katelind Stewart Markey
Tyler Cole Massey
Sean Michael Masterson
Catherine Kendall Matthews
Juliana Jordan Matthews
Ryan Clark Matthews
Nathan Everett Matusz
Matthew William Maurer
Patrick Taylor McCalllster
Molly Nicole McCollum
Kralg Andrew McConaghy


Chelsea lan Welsh
Alyssa Ann Werneth
Capricia Mae Wesley
Matthew Kyle West
Brianna Blythe Westergard
Micah David Whalen
Ashley Michelle Wheeler
Brandon Christopher White
Justin Alexander White
Rebecca Michelle Wilhite
Zachary Francis Willers
Zachary Taylor Williams
Nichole Hall Willis
Martin Franz Willson II
Jacob Andrew Wilson
Carole Elizabeth Wood
Kimberley Rose Wright
Richard Ryan Young


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Milton names hoop coaches


bL7 N* Washington replaces Douglass


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton's Administration
didn't have to look very far in
finding a replacement for girls'
varsity coach Chuck Douglass.
They just moved one seat
down the bench to assistant
coach Stephanie Washington,
who was named the new coach
on Friday.
"I was very excited when I
got the news," said Washington.
"I cannot say how much I
appreciate Coach (Murray)
Rutledge and (new Milton
Principal) Mr. Buddy Powell
for giving me this opportunity.


"This is a great responsibil-
ity that I don't take lightly."
Washington, who has
coached the varsity squad when
Douglass was absent due to an
illness, pretty much took over
to make sure the program
would be ready for the next
coach at the end of last season.
"It wasn't hard to step up,"
said Washington. "We were at a
crucial point of the girls train-
ing at the end of the season so
we kept training and working
on the skills necessary to pre-
pare for next season if I was the
head coach or the junior varsity
See, GIRLS, Page 2D


lar tentrey


* Former Panther replaces Short


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton named a former
Panther to succeed Tim Short as
the next boys' varsity basketball
coach.
Taf Bentley, a 2001 Milton
grad and junior varsity coach,
was selected to succeed Short
on Friday.
Ironically Bentley got the
news from another one of his
former coaches, Milton Athletic
Director Murray Rutledge.
"I was very surprised when
I got the call after school on
Friday," said Bentley, who
served as a volunteer for two


years at Milton and a graduate
assistant for three years under
Coach Don Hogan at the
University of West Florida. "It
means a whole lot to get this
opportunity because despite
where I have coached before I
always bled black and gold.
"I really appreciate this
opportunity and I plan on tak-
ing full advantage of it."
Bentley understands some
might wonder about a varsity
coach starting out so young, but
not many varsity head coaches
have three years as a college
assistant under his belt either.
See, BOYS, Page 2D


Father, pilot catches up with son


7L Brad and
D.J. Hammac

family catch up

on more than

just family time
By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
It is hard to say .who has
enjoyed the last week more -
D.J. Hammac or his son Brad
Hammac.
Brad, a Pace catcher and
University of South Alabama
signee, would tell you very
quickly it was him.
"This past week has been
awesome," said Hammac with
his very familiar sly grin. "It
was a big boost for me to have
him home for the Sarasota trip
and for the All-Star game."
D.J., Brad's father and a
former Jaguar catcher himself,
recently returned from
California after taking a
refresher course on flying
Cobra helicopters in prepara-
tion for his second tour of duty
in Iraq this September.
"He went to California and
got, all of his work done so he
could be back here," said
Hammac. "That is just the kind
of guy he is."
D.J..knew he was not going
to miss Brad's graduation, but
he wasn't sure about Sarasota.
"I had already bought my
plane ticket so I could be home.
in time for graduation," said
D.J., who left out Tuesday for
.more training with a N.C. unit.


D.J. Hammac, a Navy pilot and former baseball player at the University of South Alabama, talks to his son Brad prior to the start of Monday's Pensacola Sports Association All-
Star game at the Univerity of West Florida. Brad, who signed earlier with the University of South Alabama D.J. Hammac completed Cobra helicopter retraining early so he could
be home with his son when Pace went to Sarasota last week for the Class 5A Baseball Finals along with Saturday's commencement exercises.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


"But being able to be home for
the Sarasota trip was very spe-
cial.
"I was hoping they could
have won back to back titles
with what they have accom-
plished the last two years."
It has not always been that
easy for Hammac to see his
children play.
When his son D.J. Jr. was
playing at Faulkner State he
wasn't able to see that many
games as he was fulfilling his
military obligation in North
Carolina at the time.
"I know it hurts him to miss
a game," said Brad.
But when Brad tells you
that is the type of guy he is,
there is much more to it than a
father who taught his son
everything he knows about
catching.
"My first trip to Iraq was
back in 2003 with Operation
Enduring Freedom and Iraqi
Freedom," said D.J. Hammac,

Brad Hammac will be the first to
tell you that everything he
learned about being a catcher
and playing baseball he learned
from his father.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


who is stationed at Whiting
Field. "I was transferred to
Whiting Field to finish up my
duty and later asked to help
with a Cobra Squad Reserve
Unit."
Hammac did not hesitate in
saying yes as he will be helping
relieve a group who has been in
Iraq for the last four years serv-
ing seven months on and five
months off.
But when Brad and D.J. are
together there is no military
talk, it is all about baseball.
Even the night of Brad's
graduation they both sat at
home and watched videos of
when Brad was two.
"We sat down and watched
the videos from when I was two
years old and he was teaching
me to hit and throw," laughed
Brad. "Everything I know about
the game he has taught me."
But D.J. will tell you at
times he has probably over
coached when watching a game
or talking to Brad about a situa-


tion.
"Sometimes I probably talk
to him too much," said D.J.
"Sometimes I probably have
over coached, but if you listen
to any dads who have played
the game we all do that.
"The key for them is to
relax, play the game, and have
fun."
Then when there is a down
moment they might go over the
little things like defensive
drills, pitch selection, and set-
ting up a hitter, which should be
help Brad prepare for next sea-
son at South Alabama.
South Alabama, which is a
Sun Belt Conference program,
has made 24 regional appear-
ances during Coach Steve
Kittrell's tenure.
Ironically it was Kitttrell
who asked D.J. what kind of
player he was getting when he
signed the younger Hammac to
a baseball scholarship a few
months ago.
"Coach Kittrell asked me if


Brad was as tough as me during
our conversation," smiled D.J.
"I told him that Brad was
tougher."
Next season as a Jaguar
Brad is ready for the challenge.
"I have a good feeling of
what to expect from dad's sto-
ries," said Brad. "Coach
Kittrell has high expectations
and is a hard nosed coach.
"But I am looking forward
to the opportunity to play for
such a well respected coach."
D.J. likes the idea of Brad
playing at South Alabama, not
just because it is close to home
so the family can attend the
games, but because of the edu-
cation he can get.
"It is all about the educa-
tion," said D.J. "The rest after
that is gravy.
"Besides the military, base-
ball is my passion and it paid
my way through college. If it
wasn't for that I wouldn't be
flying and have the opportunity.
to make something of myself."
By the way D.J. Hammac
has one more trip home to.
make before he flies out to.
Arizona for a month of train-
ing, his son will be getting mar-
ried on June 2, which is anoth-
er event in his family he will,
not miss.


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Girls
Continued From Page One
coach.
"It was my job to go
through and keep things mov-
ing forward.
Now that Washington has
the responsibility, she is
going ahead full force.
"One thing we have been
working on is the girls confi-
dence as well as conditioning
their bodies," said
Washington. "You have to
build the body for competi-
tion the whole season of run-
ning up and down the court
for the whole game.
"We have been competi-
tive in every game, but at
some point we have had a
break down physically so I
want the girls to be physically
prepared for next season."
Despite the joy she expe-
rienced being named the new
head coach at Milton, it was a
bittersweet week for
Washington as she said good-
bye to one of her biggest sup-


porters, Kay White.
"It was a bittersweet week
for me," admitted
Washington. "But at her
funeral it came together in my
thoughts.
"She was a mentor to me
as a coach, teacher, as well as
in .my personal life; she had a
lot of confidence in me and
inspired me to keep striving
to achieve my goals."
Washington, who graduat-
ed from Pensacola High and
the University of Mobile (an
NAIA school), started her
coaching career at Pensacola
Junior College in 1994 right
out of college.
"Thanks to people like
Coach Carson and others I
have learned the game of bas-
ketball is not just about x's
and o's, but also about life,"
said Washington.
Besides working at
Milton High School as a
teacher and coach,
Washington also volunteers at


the Milton Community Center
as a coach.
"You remember those
who give of themselves when
you are young so you can
learn and enjoy a game like I
did all the way back to the
Catholic leagues in Pensacola
at St. Anthony/St. Joe's," said
Washington. "I try to give that
back to the community as
well and also want to give
these young ladies the oppor-
tunity to play the game and
build on their character as
they prepare for life."
Washington has always
considered herself an under-
dog, but she has never let the
situation get her down.
Instead she has charged for-
ward to achieve her goals.
"There are those in life
you may encounter who will
not see your potential," said
Washington. "But it is up to
you to share your plans and
goals while believing in your
dream.


"That is where Ms. White
was so influential to me; she
was a motivator for me and
had me set goals to accom-
plish them."
Washington, who has
taught at Milton for 10 years,
has been very familiar with
the Lady Panthers' history.
"I have always wanted to
be a part of the Milton family
and coach here," said
Washington. "We were long
time rivals and I saw the suc-
cess the team had when my
cousins Sheila and Sara
Bivens played here.
"I saw the type of commu-
nity support Milton had and I
always looked forward to
playing them in Milton."
Now Washington will be
looking ahead to next season
and coach her Lady Panthers
against many teams for years
to come.
She is ready to face the
next step of her career head
on.


Boys
Continued From Page One
"At the University of West
Florida I was involved in recruit-
ing, practices, and several other
aspects which I feel has helped pre-
pare me for this opportunity," said
Bentley. "I have also had the
opportunity to play for Coach
Rutledge and Coach Short as well
as work with them.
"I feel like I have a little bit of
them in my coaching style, but I
will keep the same coaching phi-
losophy."
One huge advantage for
Milton next season is the players
and coaches will know one anoth-
er, instead of what is sometimes
an awkward transition.
"We are definitely very famil-
iar with -one another," said
Bentley, who went 14-6 as the JV
coach last season. "I feel like that
will be a good situation as the kids
know me and what to expect.
"With a new coach some-
times it can be difficult to learn,
but I feel like I already have an
advantage with the relationship


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at play


Here are a few of the sights from Monday night's All-Star games hosted
by the Pensacola Sports Association at the University of West Florida
campus. Twenty players from Pace, Milton, and Jay were selected td
participate in the game.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gambliri


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we already have and by working
with them as a coach."
Milton, who has made th6
post season in 13 of the last 15
years, will have to step up this
summer for another successful
season in Bentley's first year.
"This team works its tail off
every day in practice, but the key
for us to get ready for next season
will be this summer," said
Bentley. "That will be when we
will see how we are as a team and
in what areas we will need to work
on to improve."
Despite losing key starters in
Adam Allen, Jeremy Tolbert, and
Terrance Mitchell, the Panthenr
will have some experience in
LeDre Bender and Brandon Allen't
"We might be considered
underdogs next,season, but it is
okay to be underdogs," said
Bentley. "The guys will have to
work hard for that success and
they know that.
"We know that the teams we
face really gear to Milton and give
us a challenge." ,


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Wednesday, May 23, 2007 JaniLa osas i ress uazae

Sports




Sports


PJC announces its
'07 volleyball camp
Pensacola Junior College
will be hosting a volleyball
,camp June 11-14 at the Milton
'Campus.
SThis camp will be led by
PJC Head Coach Pete Pena,
Nicholls State Head Coach
Chris Laid, and PJC players.
For your registration fee
you will get individual instruc-
tion, camp T-shirt, camp note-
book, and a camp DVD of the
participant performing drills.
The camp will run from
8:30 a.m. to noon each day at
the Milton Campus of PJC in
the Ed Johnson Building.
For more information on
'flis 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 every
Friday.
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.
Anyone wishing to
improve their soccer skills
*should attend.
Players must bring a
ball, water, and wear shin-
,guards.
Milton HS to offer
free sports physical
Milton High School will
be offering free sports
physical for all Panther
studentt athletes.
The physical will be
offered through Baptist
"Health Care on June 6 at
Berryhill Elementary
School from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m.
: Physicals are for Milton
High School athletes only.
Athletes are urged to
make sure that all forms are
killed out prior to the phys-
cals, which include the
parents signature.


Milton football sign-
ups now underway
The City of Milton is
holding football registra-
tions for the upcoming sea-
son.
Registration will contin-
ue until the teams are full at
the Milton Community
Center on Byrom Street.
Football registration is
open to area children ages
5-14 as of Aug. 1, 2007.
You do not have to bring
a birth certificate for regis-
tration.
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 boys' basketball
camp.
Camp dates are set for
shooting, position, indi-
vidual, and team camp.
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.

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.

PG deadline for local
news and photos
The Press Gazette wel-
comes your announcements
and information.
Deadline to appear in
Wednesday's edition 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, soccer, swimming, and
tennis.
The camp will get under-
way on June 4 and will offer
lunch each day.
Registration for the camps
will continue at Milton High
School until the camps begin
during regular school hours.
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 Stonebrook
Golf Club.
Proceeds 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 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 regis-
tration.
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 Baptist
Health Care on June 6 at
Berryhill Elementary
School at 8:30 a.m.
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, which include the
parents signature.

Milton High to hold
area baseball camps
The Milton Panther
Baseball program will be
conducting two youth
camps for players ages 7 to
14.
Camps will be held May
29, 30, and 31 and a second
camp will be held July 10,
11, and 12 at Milton High
School.
The camp will run from
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day
and will cover fundamen-
tals of hitting, fielding, and
throwing along with situa-
tional play and base run-
ning.
Camp instructors will
be the Milton High staff
and players.
For more information
call 983-5600.

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 '. ill run irom S.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.


Do you have sports-related news or information you would like

to see published in the Press Gazette?

If so, send it to us at: sports@srpressgazette.com


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Patriot sports camps
ready for registration
Pace High School is
offering school sports pro-
grams this summer.
Camps will be in base-
ball, basketball, cross coun-
try, football, soccer, swim-
ming, tennis, and volley-
ball.
Various dates are set for
these camps.
For more information
contact Pace High School at
995-3600.


Russell Golf Tourney
is set for June 15
The seventh annual
Bennett and Kathy Russell
memorial Scholarship Golf
Tournament will be held
June 15 at the Moors Golf
Club.
Two four-person ses-
sions will be held.
Lunch will be provided
along with gift bag and
other goodies.
For more information
call 983-5006.


The Santa Rosa Soccer Complex was full of action this weekend
during a six-a-side soccer tournament hosted by Futbol Club of
Santa Rosa.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Charlie Scruggs carded a
hole in one on May 18. He
used a 7-iron at the 132
yard No. 12 hole and it was
witnessed by Jim Murphy,
William Hinkle, and Bill
Baker.

Hole in One
Tanglewood Country Club
Nathan D. Hoatland carded
a hole in one on May 19.
He used a pitching wedge
at the 153 yard No. 5 hole,
and it was witnessed byNick
Hoatland.


Whiting Field
Men'sAssociation
Dog Fight
May 17, 2007

A Flight: 1. (tie) Ray Griff
and Chuck Moulis (65), 3.
Sam Copeland (66).
B Flight: 1. Jame-s Gibb
(62), 2. (tie) Gene Paulk and
Jack Merchant (66).

May 19, 2007
Net Points
A Flight: 1. Darryl Williams
(65), 2. Emmett Williams
(66), 3. Scott Stevens (67).
B Flight: 1. Ed Perry (63), 2.
(tie) Lonnie Holley and
Bruce Goodbred (64).
C Flight: 1. George
Valdespino (62), 2. Frank
Strayer (64), and John Stolle
(66).

Southern Raceway
May 5; 2007

UMP Modified Feature: 1.
Aaron Perritt, 2. Nick Poole,
3. Matt Miley, 4. Buddy
White, 5. Greg Jones.
UMP Modified heat win-
ners: Heat 1: Nick Poole;
Heat 2: Aaron Perritt.
Hogg Feature: 1. Robert
Baulkum, 2. John Davis, 3.
Mike Loweryt, 4. Robert
McLendon, 5. David


Willard.
Hogg heat winners: Heat 1:
Josh Davis; Heat 2: Robert
Baulkum.
Street Stock Feature: 1.
GAry Morse, 2. 'Adam
Ellison, 3. Damon Frady, 4.
Rick Novak, 5. Charlie
White.
Street Stock heat winners:
Heat 1: Gary Morse; Heal
2: Charlie White.
Vintage Feature: 1. Chris
Bayhi, 2. Zach Howard, 3.
John Cody, 4. Lucas Morris,
5. Gary Bohlman.
Vintage heat winners: Heal
1: Stuart Wilson; Heat 2:
Joey Bartlett.
Crate Late Model Feature:
1. Joshua Joiner, 2. Devin
Jones, 3. Mark CLifton, 4.
Clay Galbreath, 5. Bo Slay.
Crate Late Model fastest
qualifier: Mark Clifton.
Hobby Feature: 1. Dean
Shaw, 2. Ryan Fowler, 3.
Tim Fowler, 4. Joseph
Joiner, 5. Allen Colley.
Hobby heat winners: Heal
1: Tim Fowler; Heat 2:
Kevin Jernigan.
Stinger Feature: 1. Robert
Garrett, 2. Shawn Charlton,
3. Cliff Robinson, 4. Scott
Schenhel, 5. Cody
Robinson.
Stinger heat winners: Heal
1: Shawn Charlton; Heat 2.:
James Fox.
Sprint Feature: 1. 1.
Michael Dupree, 2. Lane
Whittington, 3. Michael
Mimller, 4. Terry Gray, 5.
T.J. Winegardner, Jr..
Stinger heat winners: Heat
1: Matt Linder; Heat 2:
Michael Miller; Heat 3:
Shane Morgan.
Dash Winner: Terry Gray


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GARAGE SALES -
STYLES SECTION-WED.
202 GARAGE SALES-SAT.
SERVICES
305 AUTO
310 BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
315 BUSINESS SERVICES
320 CHILD CARE
325 DOMESTIC
330 EQUIPMENT REPAIR
335 FINANCIAL SERVICES
340 HOME REPAIR
345 LAWN CARE
.50 SENIOR CARE
355 SEWING/ALTERATIONS
360 MISCELLANEOUS
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-RENT
402 APARTMENTS
404 COMMERCIAL
406 HOMES
408 LAND
410 MOBILE HOMES
412 ROOMS FOR RENT
414 ROOMMATES WANTED
416 VACATIONI.RESORT
SANTA ROSA
REAL ESTATE-SALE
502 APARTMENTS
504 COMMERCIAL
506 HOMES
508 INVESTMENTS
510 LAND
512 MOBILE HOMES
514 VACATION/RESORT
PETS/ANIMALS
702 BOARDING
704 LIVESTOCK
706 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES
708 PETS
710 PET SUPPLIES
* 712 LOST PETS
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
802 ANTIQUES
804 APPAREL
806 APPLIANCES
808 ARTS & CRAFTS
810 COMPUTERS
812 FARM EQUIPMENT
814 FURNITURE
. 816 JEWELRY
818 LAWN EQUIPMENT
820 LUMr.IBER'HARDWARE
822 MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
824 OFFICE EOUIPMEFEINT
826 SPORTING GOODS
828 ELECTRONIC
(STEREO/TV/VCR)
830 MISC./SALE
832 MISC./WANTED
834 LOST MERCHANDISE
TRANSPORTATION
902 AUTO SUPPLIES
904 CARS
906 BOATS
908 FARM EQUIPMENT
910 MOTORCYCLES
912 MOTC FOR HOMES
914 RECREATIONAL
916 SPORTS UTILITY
VEHICLE
918 TRUCKS
S920 VANS
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Good with hand tools
Good driving record
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MOTIVE and Tires
Early A/C check
$15.99. Free Tire ro-
tation with oil
change. Present this
ad and recieve 10%
off any services pro-
vided. Offer expires
June 1, 2007.
6593 Caroline St.
Milton 623-4750.
GUITAR LESSONS
Masters degree from
FSU. Excepting all
ages. cgstudio.us
995-1288 or
529-6034
HUNTING LEASE
Looking for addition-
al members, 1170
acres just north of
Monroeville, Al.
Great deer & turkey
hunting. 15 Food
plots. $200 initiation
fee. Approx. $1800
per year. Family
oriented Call:
850-501-0273 or
850-393-9343 for
information.


GULF BREEZE, FL
US Marshalls Auc-
tion waterfront home
site, .28 acres, utilit-
ies ready. Brokers
welcome, min. bid
$340K
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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
104
General Help
EXPERIENCED
BASS Guitar player
needed for blues
band. Call 450-8018
for more information.


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
ASE CERTIFIED
Tech. Driveability a
plus. 5 day work
week. Good bene-
fits. Specialty tools
provided. 9009 N.
Davis Hwy.
Pensacola
477-3317
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
BLIND/SHUTTER
INSTALLER
FT/PT Must have
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
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!!!
Werner needs entry-
level semi drivers.
No exp. required.
Avg. $36k+ 1st yrl
60% home
nightly/weekly. CDL
training in your area.
1-866-280-5309
NOW HIRING
Experienced bar-
tender, cook, wait-
staff.Bayou Cafe
994-7111


104
General Help
HELP WANTED
Experienced Floor
Covering sales per-
son needed. Call:
623-9389 or
345-5986
PANHANDLE CON-
CRETE Cutting, Inc.
is currently looking
to hire someone with
2+ years of experi-
ence of flat sawing,
core drilling, wall
sawing, hand saw-
ing and chain saw-
ing. We are located
outside of Pensaco-
la, FL.
Email your resume
to: panhandlecon-
cut@yahoo.com or
call Danny @ 850-
572-9749 or Fax re-
sume to: 850-955-
0577


104
General Help
Part Time
Help Wanted
Coffee enthusiast
needed for
Cuppy's Coffee in
Pace and Milton.
Please call
995-8665
or stop in
at the store to
request
application.
Hours will vary.
WESLEY MEMORIAL
United Methodist
Church is searching
for a Pianist for
Sunday mornings &
Wednesday eve-
nings. This is a paid
position. For more
information, call:
994-6213


104
General Help
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112
Management
SANTA ROSA
Community Services
Manager needed for
Council on Aging of
West Florida, Inc. -
Assist in administra-
tion of the Nutrition,
Recreation, Out-
reach and Transpor-
tation programs.
$12-$13/hour. BA
degree in social
work or related field.
Open until filled.
Print application
from website
(www.coawfl.org) or
visit website to view
job description. Mail
to P.O. Box 17066,
Pensacola, Fl.
32522, faxed 850-
479-7986, delivered
to 875 Royce Street,
Pensacola, Fl. Con-
sideration will only
be given to persons
submitting complet-
ed agency applica-
tion and resume.
EOE / Drug Free
Workplace

114
Medical
DENTAL
ASSISTANT
Needed, part-time,
experience required.
Please fax resume'
to (850) 675-1950

HOSPITAL AND
home health CNA
will give your care
giver respite time.
Any shift. Long term
possible. Willing to
travel. Local referen-
ces. All messages
returned. Call BJ at
512-3500

128
Positions Wanted
HARD WORKING
cleaning person
needed long term for
growing cleaning
business. Call 994-
1785
WANTED PT/FT
work as companion
sitter or housekeep-
er. Have taken CNA
& CPR class'. Clean
driving record with
excellent references.
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Business
Opportunities
HAVE FUN selling
Avon and making
extra $$$. Call
Cathy @ 723-5061
Must be 18 yrs old
with Driver's Li-
cense.
HAVE FUN selling
Avon and making
extra $$$. Call
Cathy @ 723-5061
Must be 18 yrs old
with Driver's Li-
cense.
START YOUR own
business '96 Ford
Econoline w/carpet
cleaning truck
mount. $14,000 obo.
981-1132
315
Business Services

REMOVAL
*Trees
Trimmed/Removed
*Lic. & Insured
*Free Estimates
i24 Hour Service
(850)324-3203
Serving Santa Rosa
for 15 yrs.
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!"
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
CLEANING
SERVICES
Home or Office
Experienced, atten-
tion to detail. Rea-
sonable rates. Free
Estimates. Referen-
ces upon request.
994-0597


315
Business Services
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
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

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
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315
Business Services
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,
Brigg- 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

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.

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
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


315
Business Services
MIKE'S TOWING
6051 Savannah Dr.
Milton, FL 32570
850-698-7928
Locally owned
Licensed & Insured
Fast & Affordable
24 hour service
We tow junk cars
away for free run-
ning or not.
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-
stall cabinets & build
decks) Residential.
Interior/Exterior.
Family owned busi-
ness, over 30 years.
Call The Ericksens
today! (850)723-
2550 or 623-6034


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Name Change '55
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850N."W"St.
(1 blk. N. of Flea Market)a

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


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Business Services

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

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

320
Child Care
LOVING HOME-
MAKER wants to
keep your child in
my home. Nurturing
environment. Call
Misty 994-8114
325
Domestic

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

340
Home Repair
R.A. WEBER
Remodeling Inc.
Sheet-rock,
painting, wallpaper
stripping, textured
ceiling and walls.
Licensed & insured.
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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.
350
Senior Care
LIVE-IN WANTED
for 2 elderly women.
Reference request-
ed. 994-7675
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
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402
Apartments
1 BEDROOM
furnished apartment
with central heat &
air. No pets. Call for
appointment.
994-7246
2BD/2BA Avalon
Blvd with balcony,
W/D hook-ups. Wa-
ter, sewer and trash
included . No dogs,
$600mo plus
deposit
623-3821
EMERALD SANDS
Inn 6436 Hwy. 90.
Monthly or yearly;
furnished efficiently
apartment for rent.
No dogs! Water,
sewer,.garbage, sat-
ellite, and electric in-
cluded. Phone of-
fered. Walking dis-
tance to town.
$495mo./$250 de-
posit. Call 623-3821.
EMERALD SANDS
Inn 6436 Hwy. 90
Monthly or yearly 1
bedroom furnished
apartment. No dogs!
Walking distance
from town. Water,
sewer, electricity,
and garbage includ-
ed. Satellite and
phone offered.
$650mo. + deposit.
Call 623-3821.
EMERALD SANDS
Inn 6436 Hwy. 90
Monthly or yearly 2
bedroom unfurnish-
ed apartment. No
dogs! Walking dis-
tance from town.
Water, sewer, and
garbage included.
Satellite and phone
offered. $550mo. +
deposit. Call
623-3821.
EMERALD SANDS
Inn 6436 Hwy. 90.
Pool and laundromat
on premises. Nightly
& weekly rates.
Walking distance to
town. Call 623-3821.


402
Apartments
FOR RENT 1 Bd/1 Ba
duplex
$495mo/$300dep
7097 Milton Drive
Call Blu Mac Realty
981-1631
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
Occupancy Availa-
ble Immediately
Call-Lloyd Hinote
Tel.# 516-6960
406
Homes
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
Bagdad
3/2 Brick home on
1/2 acre. Must have
rental history.
$800mo/$800dep.
Pets allowed.
554-8138
'BRICK HOME in
Milton 3/2 on 1/2
acre in beautiful &
peaceful neighbor-
hood. Close to Whit-
ing Field. 1 car ga-
rage, totally renovat-
ed, fully fenced yard.
Very clean! Must
See! 6436 Spruce
St. $850/mth. Call:
609-567-6026 leave
name, number. We
will call you back.
Available now.
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


* 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
SWalk-in Closets in Bedrooms
SFrench Doors * Gas or Wood Fireplace


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406
Homes
FOR RENT
3/2 house, Avalon
area, fireplace, large
lot, 2000 SQFT.,
CHA, 2 car garage,
$850/$500. call:
850-232-4286
FOR RENT
4/2/2 Split FLP
home, (Large) non-
smokers. Credit
check required. (At
renters expense)
$1275/mth
$1000/deposit.
5342 English Oaks
Dr. in Pace.
850-826-0832
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
Pace
3/1.5 home on Pra-
line. New carpet,
new tile $800 month
$800 deposit
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
2BR/1BA MOBILE
Home. $475/mo+
deposit. Need refer-
ences.
Call 850-537-6222
or 850-499-7412.
2BR/1BDNice,
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


410
Mobile Homes -
COMPLETELY
FURNISHED 2004
trailer 14x70 3/br
1/ba nice. In Spring-
hill community. 5 mi
from Cold Water
Riding Stables, 8 mi
from Whiting Field
back gate, on acre-
age that is adjacent
to Blackwater forest.
No pets, non-smok-
ing , environment.
References needed.
623-8920
DOUBLEWIDE.
3/BR 2/BA. Total
Electric. East Gate
Mobile Home Ranch
626-8973
East Milton
Mobilehome for
rent 14' wide
2BD/2BA with
fenced in yard water
and garbage includ-
ed $500 month plus
$250 deposit. Avail-
able June 1st. 623-
1159
FOR RENT
3BR, 2BA mobile;
home on private lot.,
$600.00 per montbl)
plus deposit Call
623-0868
FOR SALE in Milton!'
2/BR 2/BA Mobile!
home and 2 lots.:'
Call: 623-8565
MOBILE HOME for;
rent. Large single',
wide 3BD/2BA on;
quiet country acre. -i,
Non-smokers only.;
$600/month Refer;-,
ences, lease arid.
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
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
412
Rooms For Rent
EFFICIENCY/ROOM'
available for rent in-'
cluding pool & jacuz--
zi. Weekly or,
monthly. Lots bf:
Love. 983-9270.
MATURE WORK'
ING Female 4o,
share home. 3br/I'
1/2 ba with mother
and daughter. Pace
area. All utilities i�n.
cluded with laundry.
and kitchen privileg-
es $450/mth witfih'
$100/dep. Small dog'
ok. Call 995-1125'
or 463-4103


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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
Fleetwood 2 1949
Kingston (Signature Series) 2 2129
Executive 2 1/2 2215
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'varea.Long or short
'erm. Quiet non-
' smoking environ-
m ent. Kitchen, laun-
dry, Utilities , satellite
TV, fax, internet, un-
limited long distance
included. $295 mo.
957-4616
414
, Roommates
Wanted
LOOKING FOR per-
son to share home.
Utilities and cable in-
eluded. Room has
Window air. $350 per
rfonth + deposit.
"3-4782
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commercially zoned
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block off Stewart St.
$150,000 626-9490
& 206-1020

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Sale/Lease by own-
er. 1500 Sq. Ft.
2-12'x1 2' garage
doors. 1/2 shop &
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on N. Stewart
across from skating
rink. 983-2296 or
206-4008

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Commercial
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200ft Hwy 90 in East
Milton by overpass.
Cleared and ready
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206-4008
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FOR SALE by Own-
er Brand new home
2/BR 1/BA to many
upgrades to list.
$110,000 1 day
sale. 850-240-8257
or 850-582-2206
Call for appoint-
ments 5592 Osceola
St. in Milton
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

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


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506
Homes
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

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
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
#408
LOT FOR sale
Sinclair St - ready
to build on. 983-
3233
Pace
Lot for sale. 60' x
100' on Woodfin cir-
cle. $10,500
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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 Jand mort-
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this point the home
will be paid for and
this will leave
$14,000 left owing
on the land.
479-9252
TRAILER FOR Rent
Large 1BR/1BA
720sq ft. Water &
trash furnished $450
month / $450 depos-
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708
Pets
A.K.C. GERMAN
Sheppard puppies.
months old. $300
each. 981-1132
A.K.C. REGIS-
TERED lyr old-Fe-
male Shepherd.
Needs. a loving
home. $100.00. -
Call 981-1132
FREE KITTENS 2
calico & 1 black.
623-5493
FREE TO a good
home. Guinea pig,
cage, waterbottle,
shavings and food.
983-9270
FREE TO good
home. Calico as-
well-as black &
white long haired
ready *to go in 2
weeks. Loves to
cuddle & very sweet
Call 723-3309
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
MINIATURE
AUSTRALIAN
Shepherds for sale.
Mother &'father AKC
registered. Blue
Morels and black &
tans available. Very
small and ready to
go. 232-6503
POODLE PUPPIES
AKC registered.
Must see beautiful
babies born 3/20/07,
very healthy, 1-male
2-females. Apricot
red coloring. Will
take $100 for depos-
it. Call now they will
be gone fast. 850-
626-8685
710
Pet Supplies
GOT A BIRD?
NEED A CAGE?
Large 2'x2'x4' King's
Cage. Two food
bowls and one water
bowl rotate out for
service. Bottom tray
slides out for clean-
ing. Includes stand.
Black in color. Call
Jim, (850)393-3654.


712
Lost & Found
PETS

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




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
FOR SALE
Gas Stove with 4
burners and clock.
Under 1 year old,
like new with war-
rantee. $300
Refrigerator with top
freezer under 1 year
old, like new with
warrantee. $300
4 carved oak chairs-
$125 623-1023
HEAVY DUTY
washer $85, dryer
$85. Both in excel-
lent condition. Call
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
ROSEWOOD FUR-
NITURE, Miscella-
neous pieces. Must
sell 981-0045
SLEEPER SOFA,
queen size-$70. 2
solid wood church
pews, 10ft long-$85
each or $150 for
both. 623-1036
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.
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826
Sporting Goods
GOLF CLUBS
Mens, Ladies and
kids. 1-10 Garcon
Flea Market, Exit 26
Indoors. Iron Sets,
Wood sets, drivers,
fairway woods, put-
ters, wedgies, club
repair.
*Friday- 12-5pm
*Saturday & Sunday
9am-5pm
Sanchez Golf Shop
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
FOR SALE new hot
tub, with 4 seats,
and 2 loungers.
$1500, call 501-
0270.
FOR SALE
Size 42 long mans
suits, very good con-
dition $50 ea.
(850) 623-4278


FOR SALE
Wedding gown with
veil & crinoline $50
obo.
2-Direct drive turn
tables. Digital 2
channel and effects
mixer storage case
& stand.' Like new.
$400. 994-9825
FOR SALE wood
coffee table, 4 swiv-
el barstools, Cardio-
glide exercise ma-
chine, swivel retan
chair, Hide-a-bed
couch, 13" TV,
4head VCR, gas
edger & trimmer Sil-
ver punch bowl with
tray, cups
ladel.994-9030
YARMAR 1500 and
equipment $4,000;
nice antique single
bed, clean $200.
994-2172 or
995-0404


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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
834
Lost & Found
MERCHANDISE
FOUND
LADIES BIKE
CALL 293-8909


904
Cars
FOR SALE
1998 Honda CRV
66,000 miles, very
clean. 28 mpg.
$8000. 623-8004
906
Boats
14FT. BOAT,
aluminum with trailer.
No motor. $275
OBO 957-4705
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
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
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
918
Trucks
GOLD 2003 Dodge
Dakota Quad cab V-
8 approx. 80,000
miles, new tires, tow
package, spray-on
bedliner, 6 disc
MP3/CD changer,
custom sound sys-
tem. $10,000 OBO.
Call 981-2671

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






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No job too small Affordable prices

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All Steel Construction
Free Est iates eQual Trym w ncork


* Also Removes
Roots, Bushes, Hedgerows
* Backyard Accessible
* Local Contractor-Retired USN
Sen-or Disccunr
Licerne 232-8746 ,nure



LAWNMOWER REPAIR
Small engine repairs.
Kohler, Bnriggs & Teccumseh.
SBlowers Chainsaws -Edgers
*Lawn Equipment *Generators
-Pressure Washers
Parts also sold here.
Boutwell Automotive
6593 Caroline Street in Milton
850-623-4750 J




Land Clearing, and all tractor,
dozer, and related services



NO JOB TOO SMALL!
Call Billy Rogers for estimate
Phone: (850) 957-4952
Cell: (850) 261-8407


DAN ORKSTOR DOUG'S LAWN SERVICE
LICENSED & INSURED M , , ,E
Bush-Hogging ~ Debris Remova miu
Front-End Loading ~ Discings n &
Cell (850)529-8718 W eFo -d L
Home (850)623-8697 " Owner operated and a local yocal"
Call 850-324-9149
Dan Francisco - Owner or 623-5370


FNEW HOPE PAINTING"
& WALLPAPERING
Interior - Exterior - Residential
- Dry Wall - Pressure Cleaning
- Wallpapering - Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 - 623-6034
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Interior & Exterior
*Painting
*Trim Work
*Pressure Washing R
Call for Free Quote! I
Licensed & Insured
Phone: (850) 206-5370
Email: BryanLeber21l@yahoo.com


The Mower Medic
We service Your Mower
in your home at your
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Bob & Andy Knowles
Office (850) 626-8300
Cell (850) 982-3576


ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING, INC.
Fill Dirt Brown Dirt
Limestone Crushed Asphalt
Driveway Culverts
Mobile Home PADS




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Mike's Towing



6051 Savannah Dro.e
Milton, FL 3257C'
850-698-7928
Local. Licensed & Insured
*Fast & Arfordable -24 Hour Service
We low junK cars away lor free
Running or Nol.


Lawn Service
-~ Mowing-Edgin
-Trimming
-Debri Removal
S 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


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