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voice for the victim

Press Gazette Staff Writer
Diane Elliott was kind-
hearted and loved. She was a
daughter, a sister, a mother
and a grandmother in a close
family who grieves her pass-
ing. And she was the victim of
a homicide in Pensacola
Dianne was bom in Santa
Rosa County and has family
living here.
Pensacola news reports
have been offering speculation
over what led to the murder.
Details have been published
about her as a crime victim.
But little has been offered
about the woman as a person.
And her family says that's not
good enough.
Elliott, 53, was killed in
the family home of her grand-
The murder was brutal.
Her accused assailant is the
father of her grandchild. At the
time of her death, Stephen
Stickles was under a restrain-
ing order, placed on him by

Elliott's daughter. Stickles
was living the home with
Elliott. Escambia Sheriff's
officials say on Tuesday, he
bound Elliott with duct tape,
covering her mouth and nose,
causing her to suffocate. She
died, according to reports,
while he was driving her vehi-
cle, attempting to cash one of
her checks.
A clerk at a nearby store
became suspicious and real-
ized the check was forged. She
called authorities, and after an
extensive search for Elliott's
vehicle, it was spotted by a
deputy. A short chase ensued,
police say, and Stickles fled on
foot. He was apprehended.
Officials say after the
clerk at the store called in
about the forged checks,
investigation revealed Elliott
had not shown up for work.
When deputies arrived at her
house to check on her, they
saw she was "down" inside
her house. They say Stickles
did not return to check on
Elliott after leaving her there,

DUI kills two

Two others left critical

Two people are dead and a
young man has been charged
with two counts of DUI
manslaughter and two counts
of DUI serious bodily injury.
Joshua S. Harris, 19,
Pace, is in the Santa Rosa
County jail following a crash
that sent two people to the
hospital in critical condition
and killed two others, accord-
ing to the Florida Highway

Troopers say the accident
happened around 10:40 p.m.
Wednesday night.
Dead at the scene was
Shana Sanders, 22, Pace.
Pronounced dead at 3:10 a.m.
Thursday at West Florida
Hospital was 21-year-old
Amanda Pearl Davis, Milton.
In critical condition,
Rebecca N. Norman, 18, Pace
and Jonathan C. Schaefers, 24,
Harris received minor
See DUI Page 3A

Red Cross needs help

The American Red Cross
of Northwest Florida which
has been serving the people in
this part of the state for
90years, now needs your help.
Linda Biller, CEO for the
Northwest Florida chapter
said recently, "[we are] experi-
encing significant financial
issues and [have] had to do
some restructuring to decrease
expenses." That restructuring
involves the elimination of
several jobs.
Despite the loss of these
positions Biller promises, "
our essential services will con-
tinue to help those in need and
provide services that local res-
idents have come to expect."
Biller is careful to point
out that the recent staff


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restructuring "should not be
considered as 'trimming the
fat' ....there is very little 'fat'
in Red Cross operations."
With more than 95% of
the work conducted by the
Red Cross being performed by
volunteers, Biller says - "we
need more people. "
For an organization that
helps people prepare for and
cope with natural disasters it
was the lack of one in 2006
that has had an "enormous"
bearing on our financial situa-
tion, Biller explains. Shesays,
"In a non-hurricane year the
public tends not to think of the
needs of the Red Cross,
even...when we're still serving
the community daily, "adding
that, "70% of all Red Cross
chapters across the US are
operating in a deficit.
To resolve the issue the
Northwest chapter plans to
redesign fundraising by offer-
ing both individuals and cor-
porations more ways to help.
Companies will be given more
opportunities to support the
Red Cross through sponsor-
ship, while citizens of the
county will have the opportu-
nity to serve by giving individ-
ual gifts and volunteering.
The "Heroes for the Red
Cross" campaign, which
recently wrapped up in Santa
Rosa County, has always been
one way for the public to give
back. Biller says this year's
campaign was successful, but
"through no lack of effort" has
come up short of the set goal
See HELP page 3A

bound and unable to breathe.
Described as kindhearted,
her family says it may be her
desire to help that brought her
assailant into her home in the
first place. Looking for the
good in someone may have
ended her life.
"Dianne was loving, won-
derful, big-hearted," says her
sister, Teresa Bellamy. "She

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would give you the world."
It's not the first tragedy for
the grieving family. Teresa
says of five siblings, three are
now deceased. One sister,
Connie, died unexpectedly in
1995 and brother Kevin
Eugene Green was killed in
August of last year in a bull-
dozer accident in Pensacola.
"Our parents are totally

grief-stricken," she says.
"Diane was the one my
parents depended on. She
would, drive all the way from
Pensacola to Holt to take them
medicine and other things they
Teresa says everyone who
met Dianne knew they met a
friend. She worked at the Wal-
mart on Mobile Hwy. for 13

years. Employees there creat-
ed a tribute to her memory
inside the store this week.
"Diane made everyone
feel welcome. She helped new
employees feel welcome.
Everyone there is devastated,"
Teresa adds.
Having lost three siblings,
Teresa says it's the cause of
See VICTIM page 4A

Firefighters from the Skyline Volunteer Fire Department and the City of Milton Fire Department responded to this van lire in the
parking lot of Stevie D's Sports Pub on Highway 90 west of Milton just before noon Friday. According to information at the scene
the late model Ford Aerostar van belonged to the owner of Stevie D's and is believed to have originated in the engine compartment
due to a leaking head gasket:

Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Magnolia Center opens after 15 years

"I'm very excited, it really
exceeded our expectations."
These words, spoken by
Reverend Michael Perry,
Senior Pastor at Greater
Bethlehem African Methodist
Episcopal Church and the
Executive Director of
Magnolia Educational and
Recreational Center
Association, express his feel-
ings about the summer camp
which is being held at the cen-
After being closed off and
on for -roughly 15 years, the
center opened its doors again
on May 29.

"Several seasonal pro-
grams, but nothing perma-
nent," says Re'.erend Perry
referring to what went on at
the center during the 15 years.
The history of the building
can be traced back to the
,1940's, when elementary-aged
African American children in
East Milton studied there dur-
ing segregation.
After the Supreme Court
struck down segregation in
Brown versus the Board of
Education of Topeka in 1954,
the school was abandoned.
Almost thirty years later, plans
were made to make the build-
ing an educational/recreation

The center, which sits next
to McCallister Park,- is owned
by three local churches, one of
which is Greater Bethlehem
African Methodist Church
across the street, and is now
holding a summer camp for
elementary and middle school
However, because space is
limited, they can only accept
middle school students right
The camp is divided into
two segments. The first seg-
ment started May 29 and will
end on June 30, and the sec-
ond segment will start July 9
and end on August 3. The cost
now is $25 for one child, $15

for the second, and $10 for the
third. The center currently has
a waiting list of roughly 19
children right now to attend
the camp.
According to La Tasha
Walls, Human Resources
Coordinator at the center, the
camp has been averaging 40-
45 children per day. The camp
has an enrollment of 62 right
This is about doubled
what Reverend Perry had
envisioned for the camp. "At
the max, about 25 (partici-
pants).. .and I say that because
the building had been dormant
for so long."
See CENTER page 3A

Third graders Jailynn Ellis (left) and Ashley Dean (right) play a game at the Magnolia Educational and Recreational Center on Thursday.
The center is currently hosting a summer camp for elementary and middle school students in Santa Rosa County. The Center has not
been open for 15 years.

Press Gazette photo by Chris McDonnell

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Friday, 1:21 a.m.
Hey I was reading the
Carving Out Santa Rosa's
Past, your editorial. And it
brought joy to me to read that.
But you have got to where you
put too many old stupid fea-
tures in the paper, long boring
feature seems more
like to me you are getting
more into advertisements who
you do the long drawn out fea-
ture stories. Just some little
clips and the pictures would
suffice. Tell some of your peo-
ple to write about something
that would affect all of us like
the pandemic avian flu, which
is worldwide. It is just a matter
of time before it gets into the
human population. It is
already in the pigs. Some of
these stories are so long and
boring. Thank you. Adios.

Wednesday, 5:30 p.m.
I hope that no one really is
surprised to see the governor
vetoed the two big money bills
that would have helped Santa
Rosa County. It was not in the
cards at all that we would ever
get the money. Everything is
going south. Once again no
surprise for Santa Rosa

Wednesday, 4:57 p.m.
My name is Jim. This is
about the person who chal-
lenged someone to stand in an
open field from sun up to sun
down concerning the dogs. I
gather to say this person never
chopped cotton, picked cotton,
or worked out in the fields dur-
ing the summer pulling weeds
from a soybean patch or any-
thing like that. The reason
why we can't do that is we are
too fat and lazy. We sit in the
cool air conditioning and have
gotten out of condition. But I
.want you to know there still
are some people standing out
on the hot asphalt holding a
stop sign trying to control
these crazy people out on the
roads. How would you like to
stand out there all day on that
hot asphalt? Thank you.

Wednesday, 3:25 p.m.
Hi this is Terri on Harvell
St. I am calling about speed
bumps again. I have noticed
that on Pine Ridge and
Chantilly they have put in new
speed bumps in, but nobody
seems to care about Harvell
St. And the other day a speed-
er ran over a cat, stopped and
told my ,children, oopss, I am
sorry"-but they didn't have
time to do anything about it. I
was wondering is there any
way we can get patrols or
speed bumps before it is too
late and one of my children
gets hit. Thank you.

Tuesday, 5:24 p.m.
Hello my name is Debbie.
The lady that rode her bicycle
in front of my car Sunday
evening with something stuck
in her ears obviously didn't
see her red light. I am suppos-
ing only God stopped my car
to keep me from hitting her.
But this young lady needs to
be more careful. She is going
to get killed if she is not more
attentive to the traffic lights
and right-of-ways where she is
riding her bicycle.

Marie J.
1928 - 2007
Marie J. Burleson, age 78,
of Pace, FL, passed away
Sunday, June 10, 2007, in
Milton, FL, after a brief ill-
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was a drapery seamstress. She
was a loving daughter, sister,
wife, mother, grandmother,
great-grandmother and friend.
She will be deeply missed
by all those who have loved
Mrs. Burleson was pre-
ceded in death by her hus-
band-Lamar Burleson, her
parents-Frank and Hallie
Lindsey, a daughter-Rebecca
Susan Burleson, and sister-
Joy Dawkins.
The family left to cherish
her memory are her five
sons-Ronnie (Neal), Phillip
(Irene), Robin (Patty), Randy
(Alane), Richard (Vivian); her
sister-Meb Parker; grand-
children-Davy Burleson,
Angie Lee, Kenny Burleson,
Andrew Burleson, Shenae
Maxwell, Jason Burleson, and
Ian Burleson; great-grandchil-

dren-Jade, Garrett, Isaak,
Kyle, Jordyn, Kamden, Cole,
Ashlynn, Aubrie, Shyanne,
Alexis, and Seth.
Visitation was Tuesday,
June 12, 2007, from 6 to 8
p.m. at Donnie Sowell Funeral
Funeral services were
Wednesday, June 13, 2007 at 2
p.m. at the funeral home, with
interment to follow at Milton
Cemetery. Grandsons served
as pallbearers.
The family wishes to
thank Santa Rosa Medical
Center and the staff of CCU
for all the care and kindness
that they gave Marie.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home is in charge of arrange-

Obituaries are posted on the
Press Gazette website

Emrge9cy Care. It's good to know that when life takes an unexpected
turn, a spill, or an outright tailspin, Santa.Rosa Medical Center is just around
the corner.

Our Emergency Department has x-rayed thousands of broken bones,
stitched up plenty of weekend warriors, and saved countless lives. And
through it all, we. have had one focus: you and your family.

We are proud of our Emergency Room staff - the doctors, nurses, clinicians,
and many others - who are known for their outstanding skills, superb
judgment, integrity, commitment, and high standards. Our ED staff will help
you stay in the game. So, come see for yourself why Santa Rosa Medical
' Center is a good choice for your family's healthcare needs.



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County Government

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

State Government

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

Federal Government

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

School Government
* District 1: Diane Scott, 5710 Munson Highway, Milton
32570, 983-0413.
* District 2: Hugh Winkles, 5684 Nicklaus Lane, Milton
32570, 623-6299
* District 3: Diane Coleman, 9400 Octavia Lane, Navarr6
32566, 939-2661.
* District 4: JoAnn J. Simpson, 5059 Faircloth Street, Pace
32571, 994-5446
* District 5: Edward Gray III- 1 Gray Oaks Lane , Gul'f
Breeze, FL 32561 850-932-6287
The Santa Rosa County School Board meets at 6:30 p.m,
on the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 5086 Canal St., Milton
Phone: 983-5000.

City Government

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


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"Women in the arts receive awards

By Kimberly Schaffer
Special to the Press Gazette
The First Annual Women
in the Arts awards ceremony
was held Tuesday night.
Organizers say Clairen J.
Reese as the events MC, along
.with an outstanding perform-
ance by Jessica Thurmond
Jarina, helped to make the
*event a night to remember.
Awards were presented in
,the categories of Public
Agencies, Community
Service, Corporate,
Communications, Visual Arts,
Volunteer, Art Education,
Dance, Drama, Literary,
eInstrumental, and Voice -
along with awards for women
between the ages of 12 and 18
in these same areas.
The women chosen to
.*receive these awards are
women believed to support the
theme of the art departments
project, "empowering women
one by one."
According to Cecile
Stephens the GFWC Women's
,Clubs 1st VP and Art
Department Chairman, the
club wants to, "honor and
'highlight women in the differ-
ent fields of art."
The evenings visual-arts
award winner, Mrs. Sandra
Takaro-Miller says, "It's really
important for me, now, to take
everything I've learned
throughout my life as far as art
goes and now I really want to
contribute to helping women
who are struggling through
cancer especially. I know that
Jessica Thurmond Jarina,
the evening's performer as
well as voice award winner
ended her performance by
sharing with the audience


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by $5,000.
Plans are already in
,motion.. ,to, change the event
from an annual one, to holding
it several times a year; all
'while expanding goals and
adding more opportunities to
Third party events are
another means by which any-
one from a school to a girl
scout troop; a church to a
motorcycle club, can hold an
event to raise money for the
Red Cross.
If you or your business
*wish to lend a hand, give sup-
port, or donate to the Red
,Cross of Northwest Florida
you can call (850) 432-7601
orvisit their website for more
information on donating and
volunteering on its website at

some of her own struggles.
"When Paula Lou told me
about this event, I realized that
I wanted to write a song about
my mom, for the women who
have been through these kinds
of things, and made it through
with their love of art."
After losing her mother to
breast cancer more than eight
years ago, this was the artist's
first song dedicated to her
mom. The song, "My
Miracle Lullabye" brought
those in the audience to their
"There are so many young
women out there who don't
realize how much the arts is
needed, but without my music
I would've never survived the

Continued from page one

Not only do children learn
subjects that include math,
science, reading, computer,
life skills, etc., but they are
also taken on field trips to
local sites. Recently, the chil-
dren visited the local library
and went to the movies. The
camp is currently in talks with
local police, the sheriff's
department, fire department,
and possibly Whiting Field
about visiting their locations.
On Tuesday, the children went
to the skate rink. "They loved
it, they had a ball," says Walls.
On July 9, Captain Joan Platz,
Commanding Officer of
Whiting Field, is coming to
the center to read to the chil-
Children at the camp seem
to like the educational and fun
activities at the camp. Alyies
Cooper, 10, who has been
attending the camp for a week,
and Traveon Blount, 12, who
has attended the camp since it
started, both say that they
enjoy playing basketball. Tony
Robinson, 11, who has also
attended the camp since it
,started, says that, his ,favorite
subject is math and that his
favorite field trip was going to
the skate rink.
After the summer is over,
the center will still be home to
several other programs. "We
are going to have an after-
school program. We envision a
G.E.D program, adult literary
program, and a basic skills
adult computer program," says
Reverend Perry.
The center currently
employs nine and has seven
adult volunteers. The center is
currently seeking adult volun-
teers for instructional coaches,
recreational supervisors, field
trip chaperones, and clean-up
Applicants must be 16+ in
order to apply.

majority of the things I went
through during my mother's
death or the five or six years
Stephens says "This was
the first year and I think we
did fantastic...I don't think
next year there will be a prob-
lem with anything."
Winners are: Visual -
Sandra Takaro Miller; Voice-
Jessica Jarina; Drama- Judish
Beasley; Instrument- Marilyn
Dance - Jeanelle Kingry;
literary- Alpha Delta Kappa
Sorority; Drama 12- 18 yearof
age- Kate Turner; Voice (12-
18) - Claney Outzen; Dance
(12-18) Noelle Paige;
Literary (12-18) Alexis

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The FHP is reporting the
crash happened at Lori Lane
and Hwy. 90 in Milton when
Harris, driving a 2004 Honda
2 door, was traveling west-
bound in the outside lane and
struck the back of a 2003
Chevy SUV.
Troopers say the impact
caused the SUV to begin rotat-
ing clockwise. It traveled onto
the westbound shoulder of
Hwy. 90 and began flipping.
The front seat and rear seat
passengers were thrown from
the SUV-Sanders and Davis.
Sanders was pronounced
dead by Baptist LifeFlight
Paramedic Ryan Jenkins at the
Schaefers was transported
to Sacred Heart Hospital in
critical condition.
Norman was taken to
West Florida in critical condi-
Davis was taken to West
Florida were she was pro-
nounced dead several hours
Florida Highway Patrol
Cpl. M Freeman said in his.
C report Harris was arrested and
transported to the Santa Rosa
County jail under four DUI
Harris and Norman were
reportedly wearing their seat-
belts. No one in the SUV was
wearing a seatbelt, according
to reports.
Santa Rosa County
Clerk's Office records show a
history of traffic tickets for
Harris: speeding in a posted
zone, Sept. 2004; expired tag,
Aug. 2005; disobey lane direc-
tion control, April 2006; ran
stop sign, Aug. 2006; and
driver not wearing a seatbelt,
Jan. 2007.
Clerk records indicate a
passenger the same vehicle
was cited for no seatbelt in

Art Education - Vicki
Ford; Communications-
Pensacola News Journal;
Corporate - Santa Rosa
Medical Center;
Community Service-
Santa Rosa Art Association;
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Florida-Alabama Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) Meeting
Wednesday, June 20, 2007 - 1:30 p.m.
Santa Rosa County Administrative Center Commission Board Room,
6495 Caroline Street (US90)
The agenda will include the following items:
1. PUBLIC HEARING - Endorsement of FY2008-2012 Transportation
Improvement Program (TIP)
2. Endorsement of 2007 Escambia County and Santa Rosa County
Transportation Disadvantaged Service Plan (TDSP) Updates
3. Approval of Member Certification for the Escambia County and Santa Rosa
County Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Boards
4. Endorsement of the Findings and Recommendations of the Escambia County
and Santa Rosa County Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Boards
Annual Review of the Community Transportation Coordinators
5. Approval of New Member of the TPO Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC)
6. Approval of Request for Florida's Turnpike Enterprise to Conduct a
Preliminary Feasibility Study to Determine the Toll Feasibility of the
Escambia/Santa Rosa County Beltway Project
7. Review and Recommendation of a Design Alternative for the I-10/US29
Interchange Final Design
8. Report on 9th Avenue Sidewalk Funding Options
9. Public Forum. This is an opportunity for the public to address the TPO
regarding transportation issues.
The following TPO Advisory Committee meetings will be held on Monday, June
18, 2007 at the PJC Downtown Center on Garden Street:
* Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) - 1:00 p.m.
The Nominating Committee for TCC Chairman and Vice Chairman for
FY2008 will meet 15 minutes prior to the TCC meeting
* Citizens' Advisory Committee (CAC) - 3:30 p.m.
The Nominating Committee for CAC Chairman and Vice Chairman
for FY2008 will meet 15 minutes prior to the CAC meeting
The Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) meeting will be held on
Tuesday, June 19, 2007 at 10 a.m. Alabama Street, Milton
Direct questions or comments to Nick Nickoloff at 332-7976, ext 212, or nick.nick-
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accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and for language require-
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dressed as a detective

Week of June 18th:
Children ages K-5th grade can
Dress Like a Detective and
participate in the week's
theme "I Spy/Secret Codes
and Ciphers" as part of the
"Get a Clue" series of summer
reading programs in Santa
Rosa County.
Margaret Chatraw, youth
coordinator for Santa Rosa
County libraries says, "Come
with your deerstalker hats,
trench coats, magnifying
glass, or whatever you think
makes you look like a detec-
The best-dressed detective
at each library will be awarded
the book Detective LaRue by
Mark Teague, illustrator of all
the artwork for the Get a Clue
@ Your Library program this
Schedule through July 13
for Get a Clue @ Your Library
program for ages K-5th grade:
Jay on Mondays, June 18,
25 and July 2, 9
Navarre on Tuesdays June
19, 26, and July 3, 10
Milton on Wednesdays
June 20, 27 and July 11
Gulf Breeze on Thursdays
June 21, 28 and July 5, 12
Preschool Story Time
10:30 - 11:00 a.m.
K-5th grade, Get a Clue @
Your Library, 12:30 - 1:30
can register to read at least 15
minutes a day throughout the
program and receive a book at
the end for reaching their
reading goals. So far, over 500
Santa Rosa children through
5th grade age are participat-
This year, Summer
Reading is a Family Event!
Almost 40 participants around
the county are reading the
mystery book The
Beekeeper's Apprentice, the
selection-for this summer's
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Your Library.
This program encourages
teens and adults to read
together and reading group
discussions are available at
each library.
Coming later this summer:
You Never Know @ Your
Library programs for Tweens
and Teens (Middle and High
School) will be offered July 16
-August 10, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at
Jay and Gulf Breeze on
Thursday July 19, 26 and
August 2, 9 and Milton and
Navarre on Tuesdays July 17,
24, 31 and August 7.
Registration and other
information may be found at
the library website or at your
local library.
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a depart-
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries are
located in Gulf Breeze, Jay,
Milton, and Navarre, and

Witnesses to car
accident sought

Thursday afternoon, two
vehicles crashed at the traffic
light located on Hwy. 90 at K-
The vehicles involved are
a tan GMC Envoy and a blue
older model Ford.
Witnesses to the crash left
the scene without offering a
statement. One party involved
in the accident is asking any
witnesses to call (850) 450-

A child's temperament
and his/her learned coping
skills are critical to the young-
ster's being able to manage
Luis A. Ghiglino, M.D.
Pediatrics, stated that there are
basically three types of tem-
perament-easy or flexible
(60 percent of children), fear-
ful and sensitive (25 percent of
children), and feisty or diffi-
cult (15 percent of children).



A look at the

futures market

Futures Markets Weekly
Recap - Wheat Soars on
Continued Supply
A flurry of data this week
caused Wheat Futures to set
new contract highs every day
as traders worried that poor
weather conditions in
Australia and the Ukraine,
coupled with deteriorating
crop conditions in the U.S.,
would result in lower yields
and lower global wheat sup-
plies for the coming year. It's
widely known that Australia
and the Ukraine have experi-
enced drought-like conditions
in many of their wheat .grow-
ing regions this year and the
Ukraine has already stated that
it will not export any wheat
from the current season's har-
vest in an attempt to satisfy
domestic demand first. At the
same time, rains fell across
wide swaths of Oklahoma,
Kansas and Missouri over the
past two weeks. Though rain
is usually a desirable even in
June, moisture so late in the
winter wheat growing season
can hamper farmers' efforts to
harvest their fields and seemed
to worry trader because of the
possibility of pest and disease
damage that can accompany a
late harvest and excess mois-

Sam Bass, age 9, who attends Jay Elementary School, chose to:
accept a challenge from Bonnie Plant Farms. They came to offer
the children an opportunity to take young cabbage plants home
to experience caring for a plant. Sam took his to his uncle's house,
and planted, watered and cared for his own cabbage. Well! Sam's;
cabbage weighed 19 pounds, and was 47 inches around. Sam arid
his family are proud of his cabbage. It tastes good tool
Submitted photo

Victim of homicide is

native of Santa Rosa

Continued from page one
death in Diane's case that
"makes it a whole new ball-
"When someone in your
family is murdered, it sends
chills through your life," she
says. "There's no rhyme or
reason. We don't have all the
details yet, but I need to know
why it happened. It helps me
to have closure.
"I don't want to spend
years wondering what hap-
While she says she under-
stands the job of the news
media, she feels like reports
coming from Pensacola about
her sister's homicide are
"treating my sister like she's
just a body."
"That's our sister. This
affects our family. I don't nec-
essarily want people to have

all the details in the newspa-
per. Some people are just:
nosy, they want to hear how,
bad it was. That's why they are,
interested, not because it's a'
real live person who was'
Teresa says she intends to:
follow this case to its end.
"It's an instance like this'
that we need the justice sys-'
temrn to do what it does. I hope'
he stays in custody. I hope he:
is put on death row. Let him be:
executed. That is justice. He'
killed her and he should die.
"I will be at the hearings if
I can. I want to be a voice that,
speaks for Dianne.
"I will beg and plead,,
'Don't let this family down.:
We've been through too many'
deaths where we couldn't do,
"This one, we can."

management of

Young Children

el of family stress young children, the need to
itive and negative recognize and how to modify
of the family the negative behavior.
children learning Santa Rosa Medical
Center is offering this commu-
n model their nity seminar on Tuesday, June
ter adults around 19 at 7 p.m. in the Locklin
ving and imitating Education Center located;
handle their anger behind the hospital.
on. Call 626-5113 to register
glino will be pre- for this important seminar.
lecture that will Space is still available to
urtful behavior in attend.

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'?i Rosamir will ind a lot of interest in thi v'A's
iriIn 1n coironak. !3e! ow re cornmmenrs onl l e

ture. Also, USDA's weekly Crop Progress and Condition
Report on Monday showed that the average condition for
both spring and winter wheat had fallen from the previous
week. If this trend continues, it could result in lower yields
for both crops and further strain domestic wheat supplies.
Finally, USDA also updated its world-wide inventories of
wheat over the coming year would be at their lowest levels
since 1977 and estimated that the world-wide stocks-to-
use ratio, a measure of how much wheat is in storage as a
percentage of global demand, would fall to an all-time low
of just 18.14%. These numbers seemed to cement traders'
worries and were very bullish for Wheat Futures. The
September Wheat Futures contract rose each day and was
up 70.5 cents on the week through midday Thursday, or
13.0%. As is the case with most crops throughout the sum-
mer growing season, the weather is the most closely
watched data and traders are likely to keep a close watch on
it in order to gauge the wheat crop's condition throughout
the rest of the summer.
Crude Oil Futures bounced this week after Friday's
large sell-off as traders bought back their short positions to
book profits and traders continued to worry about domestic
crude supplies. Last week Friday saw a big sell-off in the
July Crude Oil contract as rumors about a possible Turkish
invasion into Northern Iraq proved unfounded. Crude has
been pushed above $67 a barrel last Thursday on the rumor,
but sold off to close at $64.76 on Friday. Traders began to
book profits on Monday, which caused crude to bounce by
more than a dollar. Wednesday's weekly inventory data
from the Energy Information Administration caused anoth-
er run in Crude Futures as they showed that crude invento-
ries were nearly unchanged from the previous week.
Traders had expected the data to show a substantial build in
Crude inventories. This report, coupled with continued
refinery outages and below-normal gasoline inventories
pushed crude higher on Wednesday and well into Thursday
with the July Crude contract hitting its highest level since
May 1 on Thursday.


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MHS Cheerleader Car Wash
On Saturday, May 19th, the Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshmen cheerleading squads from Milton High held their 6th annual car wash to help o)ftei tl e
cost of uniforms and cheer camp. Several local area businesses and individuals helped to sponsor this activity. These businesses and indii ideals
purchased free car wash advertisements to give to their customers. We would like to thank the Texas Roadhouse for allowing us to use their parking lot
for this activity, and Mrs. Denise Lowery for spending her Saturday chaperoning this event. In a three-hour span, the cheerleaders washed many
vehicles. A big THANK YOU goes out the following sponsors for their generosity and support of Milton High School:

A Lil' Off Da Top Barber Shop
Aces Restaurant-Drive 55 Club
Advanced Tires & Service Center, Inc.
All Pro Tune Up
Allstate Insurance Co.-Darren L. Spicer
Anderson Equipment
Arrow Embroidery
Avalon Dental Clinic
Bay Insurance-Denise Meinscher
Beauty's Shop
Bill Wallace realty
Bill's Tattoo Studio & Body Piercing
BMH Light & Heavy Equipment Repair
Bradley Pools, Inc.
K. Glenn Brooks, DDS
Joseph M. Cherian, MD
Clarks Lock & Safe (2)
Cook's Paint & Body
Cotton Real Estate, Inc.-Christy Cotton
Cotton Real Estate, Inc.-Cindy Cotton
Cotton Real Estate, Inc.-Gale Griffin

Danley Realty, Inc.-Hal Danley, Jr.
Danley Realty, Inc.-Sarah Crews
Denniel's Monogramming
E2E Serwiz Solutions Limited
Enterprise Rent-A-Car-Lloyd
Gaines Auto Center
Haddan's Home Furnishings
Hartman Photography
Lynn Hough Photography
J & D Cleaners
Jerry's Tire & Wheel
JME Realty, Kelli Black (2)
JME Realty-Kim Fagan
K.W. Homes, Inc.
Ken's Paint & Body
Ken's Towing & Transport
Key Aluminum and Vinyl Supply, Inc.
Kiddie Kloset
La Hacienda
Local Yocal

Locklin Insurance Agency, Inc.
Locklin, Jones & Saba, PA
Lunsford AC & Heating
Milton Dodge
Milton Storage
Mr. Buildings
Miss Jrish's Childcare & Learning
Northpointe Retirement Community
Ollies Neighborhood Grill
Open Rosa Florist
Paradise Screenprinting & Embroidery
Park Avenue Pharmacy, Inc.
Pen Air Federal Credit Union
Pensacola Salvage #8
Pirates-Oysters, Seafood, Steaks
Professional Results Cleaning Supply
Gary Pugh Plumbing & Repair Co.

Quality Paint and Bod\
Salon VIP Family Hair Care
Santa Rosa Auto Sen ice
Santa Rosa Jewelers
Simply Sheila's
Smokey J's Seafood Market
Solid Solutions of NW FL. Inc.
Southern Site & Utility Design, Inc.
Texas Roadhouse
Tim Sowell Roofing. Inc.
State Farm Insurance-Ken Kincaid
SWAT Emergency Supply
Texas Roadhouse
The Convenience Store
The Game Shop
The Tint Shop
W. R. Taylor & Compan)
Dr. Helen Turner. General Dentistri
Watson Family Denlistry
West Florida Trophies
Howard Young Flooring

,' Important Phone

Numbers for MHS

Main Office: 983-5600:
Main Office Fax 983-5610
Guidance: 983-5609
Guidance Fax: 983-5618;
Attendance :983-5608;
Attendance Ans.
Band: 983-5611
Football: 983-5606;
M. Rutledge: 983-5616;
Athletic Fax: 983-5614
or visit us at
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Molly McCool, Senior Class President and Brooke Matherne, Student Body President,
helped out at Awards Day and Graduation. They are both looking forward to a great
2007-2008 school year!!

STATE FARM Your "good neighbor" agent Ken Kincaid
n0 Ken Kincaid Insurance Agency, Inc.
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6A Saturday hlinp i 2007 Thp Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


Let 'em

eat baloney

NMany families living in Santa Rosa County are on a tight budget.
\\ hii this means in real life is certain activities are not even consid-
ered. Certain items cannot be afforded. Expensive trips are out. Designer
clothes are not an option. An outing to the mall is not going to happen.
Sometimes even a trip to the grocery store can set a family back or leave a
bill unpaid. Heaven forbid the car should break down.
Many families eat baloney instead of steak.
These are the facts of life.
It might mean an entire attitude adjustment for the family.
Something they must learn to live with.
A course in this kind of attitude adjustment about money is what those
in government may need to guide their ideas about spending.
We suspect if the budget affected their own pocketbooks, it would
mean more on the bottom line. For example, if hiring someone to do a
study so they can make an 'educated' decision means the money is gone
and they can't have coffee or food, they might find another way to educate
themselves. Casually setting someone else up to pay, spending their
money, might not be done so quickly.
How many individuals would love to have matching funds for their
household budgets? How great would it be if the government offered to
match your car payment or your house payment? Grants to pay our bills
would further the economy. Why not? Increased spending boosts the econ-
omy. Government needs to take every advantage of opportunities like this.
It's a mentality-like the income tax refund sydrome. A private citizen
gets a tax refund in the thousands of dollars. So the spending is loosened a
little. The person splurges on something they've wanted. They take the
family out to dinner. Buy some new clothes. It feels good. There is money.
Feels like it will last forever. Free spending because the amount in the
wallet offers a sense of security.
Government does the same thing. When government leaders are deal-
ing with tens of thousands and hundreds of thousands of dollars every day,
with people telling them this has to be spent for the future, and this is
needed to finish the plan...and if we put $22,000 into this project now, it
,will pay off six years down the road...
It's so easy to let the money slip away when there is more in the bank.
Government at every level needs to operate like there is ,no money.
They should act like the Commissioners of Santa Rosa began acting when
the State of Florida started talking tax reform. Nothing was getting
through that Board. Everything was being put off...everyone was told to
wait. Even low-income senior citizens almost lost out on the additional
homestead exemption this go 'round. More than $200,000 was sacrificed
from the annual budget to pass the exemption. A daring move in these
times-to say "no" might have appeared uncaring.
Never a good thing to show up on the opponent's election brochure.
Take home vehicles for county employees has become a hot topic of
late. Some Press Gazette readers have expressed frustration and concern
on the Speak Out line. They question the cost of providing fuel to employ-
ees who have cars soley for the purpose of driving to work and home
again. Granted, some employees are on-call or need their vehicle to do
their job. But for some, it is a perk. Wonder how much could be saved in
the county coffers if the "family-on-a-budget" attitude spread down from
the top into the individual departments. How many cars could be parked?
How much gas could be saved? Maybe we need to know some numbers.
When a study is ordered or an expert hired, real money is coming from
the budget.: It's not an abstract number on a line. It's our money. We are
trusting them to spend it for us and make our decisions.
We suspect it doesn't mean quite as much to those making the deci-
sions unless they feel the hit by the expenditure. We wonder how much
spending would be curbed if a percentage of what is spent came right off
their salaries.
It is time for government, at all levels, to live in the real world.

Vol. 100, Number 22


Some wars aren't meant to be won

By William A. Collins

Keep wars going,
Gains accrue;
This is not like,
World War II.

By now it has dawned on many
Americans that the "War on
Terror" is permanent.
Perhaps we know this because
the president told us so, though his
credibility is a little' shaky just
now. An endless war against
"Islamo-Fascists" allows .us* To,
swipe their oil, water, power,
finances, seeds, and land whenever
we choose.
It also allows us to continually
enrich certain favored American
corporations. Why stop?
Less well-understood is our
similarly permanent "War on
Drugs." Launched by Richard
Nixon, this "War" has no clear
goal beyond politics. Like terror,
it is built upon fear.
Not the fear of planes being
blown up, but the fear of kids
being torn down.
That's powerful stuff.
Druggies, except of course for
our own family, should get the
book thrown at them.
And so they do, as long as
they're not white. The inventive
minds of lawyers and legislators
have dreamed up punitive laws
beyond counting.
All to protect our children.
These laws are enforced by
federal prosecutors with the zeal of
Shiite clerics. Local cops follow
Never mind that none of this

It's not meant to work. It's
meant to promote heroic political
figures, to protect wasteful prison
jobs and contractors, and to keep
poor people away from the dreaded
voting booth.
Performance toward these
goals has been triumphant. In no
small measure it governed the out-
come of the last two presidential
In terms of protecting society
from'the scourge of drugs,; h,.te% -
er, the "War" has been about as suc-
cessfdl as prohibition.
And if whites instead of blacks
and Latinos were the chief casual-
ties, it would have long since suf-
fered the same conclusive fate.
But instead street drugs are
now cheaper and purer than ever,
and America's murder and incar-
ceration rates (2 million inmates)
are the world's highest.
Most important, however, no
one can accuse our pols of being
soft on drugs.
But twelve individual states
now, bless their hearts, seem intent
on at least allowing marijuana to be
used by the medically needy.
And most others feature vari-
ous visionary groups and individu-
als working to soften their point-
lessly draconian statutes.
Many state lawmakers agree
with change, but no one wants to be
the first to bell the cat.
Further, you'll be astonished to
learn that other nations do the job
They treat addicts like drunks,
which is to say, put them into treat-
ment rather than jail.
They also wink at marijuana.

Naturally this is galling to drug
If folks can buy pot legally,
who needs pushers?
In Europe crime syndicate
futures are selling short. And in
Europe also, even hopeless heroin
addicts are now getting their stuff
direct from the government. This
has sent drug capos flocking into
retraining programs.
But not in the good old U.S. of
A. We're underwriting foreign
drug cartels with an abandon that
would make the World Bank blush.
And militarily we're ,busily
destroying farmers in Afghanistan
and Colombia, thus adding recruits
to the Taliban and the FARC.
Our emphasis on disrupting
supply abroad is intended to mask
our failure to reduce demand here
at home.
And now a new dilemma has
arisen. Methamphetamine and
These are bad actors and are
made chemically right here in our
Worse, they're mostly used by
whites. We wouldn't want to jail
THEM. They need treatment, not
the slammer. But we haven't got
enough treatment available. It's a
Don't expect any reform,
either. The "Drug War," like the
"Terror War," has value in its own
We can't simply end it. Jobs
and votes are at stake. For many,
winning the "war" would be a true

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Teens, drinking

and driving
FM: Pamela Holt
Dear Editor:
I am a local writer and have
worked as a reporter for the Press
Gazette. But this time I am writing
as a mother and concerned citizen.
Drinking and driving does not
pay. It kills. Recently, Notre
Dame Regional High School stu-
dents participated in a docudrama
showing the perils of drinking and
driving. According to statistics,
somebody in the U.S. dies every 15
minutes in an alcohol-related car
This docudrama has teens
involved in making the film while
their friends, family and other stu-
dents have no idea they didn't really
die or become critically injured in an
alcohol related accident.
The "theory" is it doesn't
become reality until it happens to
you...or someone you love dies or is
critically injured with a "forever


The facts are this: adults and
teens need to stop and think.., and
their culture needs to change to
understand that-the reality of their
actions will have a consequence and
the consequence of drinking will
affect others and it will not be posi-
After reading the news report by
Lynne Hough and the VWoman on the
Edge column about Thursday's
crash, (, it
caused me to stop and consider these
statistics and the fact someone else
has died-almost to the date of the
year anniversary-of another alcohol
related death.
It's so unnecessary.
It's so sad and such an injus-
tice-yet society still turns a deaf
ear, not only to its teens but to the
undeserving, innocent public.
Will the docudrama be incorpo-
rated into other schools to show the
severity to teenagers who think it
could never happen again?
Will another death...then anoth-
er...and another... have to happen to
show Santa Rosa County teens and
adults the consequences of this deci-
sion is deadly?
Wasn't one...or two...enough?

.VVFr i./III I LJ.

Garcon Point Save Our

already honors Social Security
FM: Bernice Broxon Dillon FM: Joel E. Miller

Dear Editor:
I read with interest your item in
the edition of June 2, the plans to
change the name of Garcon Point
Road to Curtis Golden Blvd.
I would like to note that many
years ago the Garcon Point commu-
nity was settled by early settlers
Nick, Clark and Jeff Broxson,
Raymond Johnson, Mal Barnard and
While we are very proud of the
work Mr. Curtis Golden has done
with the State Attorneys Office and
also the work done by his father, Mr.
Albert Golden, while serving as
county commissioner, I would like
to honor the early settlers and keep
the original name of the road.
Many direct descendants of the
early settlers still live in the Garcon
Point Community. I would like to
hear any comments regarding this
name change and can be reached in
the afternoons at 626-9684.

Dear Editor:
How long have you been paying
into SOCIAL SECURITY: 10, 20,
30, 40, 50 years? Well, guess what,
when the illegal immigrants get in,
they will be getting their Social
Security cards real fast after ou4
elected officials sell the Uniteol
States citizens out again. Remember
when Reagan was President, he let
millions in then, and that was sup-
posed to be the end of out of control
borders. That is when they boosted
the retirement age. Thanks a lot,
Now, not only do we get mill-
lions more illegal aliens to suck up
our social security, but we also gedt
many millions more of the illegal'�
relatives, too old or infirm to pay
into system, but not to collect it.
The answer: Stop all immigrar
tion. These people do not assimilate.
Our grandchildren will become sec,L
ond class citizens.

Jim Fletcher, Interim Publisher
Carol Barnes, Office Manager
Lynne Hough, Associate Editor

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Church Dfrectory

AFRICAN METHODIST 5621 Hwy 90, Milton 5300 Highway 90, Pace
EPISCOPAL ZION Fil Am Baptist Church Pea Ridge Church of Christ
Isaiah Chapel AME Zion Church 5240 Dogwood Drive, Milton 4400 Bell Lane, Pea Ridge

5038 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Drive, Milton
Greater Bethlehem AME
5299 Richburg St., Milton
Trinity by the Fields
4980 West Spencerfield Road, Pace

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

Avalon Baptist
4316 Avalon Blvd., Milton
Berrydale Baptist Church
6730 Hwy. 4, Jay
Billory 1st Baptist of Holley-Navarre
Highway 87 North Holley
Blackwater Baptist
11689 Munson Hwy., Milton
Calvary Baptist
Hwy. 89, Allentown
Cora Baptist
12953 Hwy 197, Jay
East Side Baptist
4884 Ward Basin Road, Milton
Ferris Hill Baptist
6848 Chaffin Street. Milton
First Bagdad Baptist
4529 Forsyth St., Bagdad
First Baptist of Garcon Point
1780 Garcon Point Rd., Milton
First Baptist of Milton
6797 Caroline St., Milton
Florida Baptist Convention
3418 Ashmore Lane, Pace
Floridatown Baptist
3851 Diamond Street ,Pace
Harmony Ridge Baptist
5536 Hwy. 90 W, Pace
'Hickory Hammock Baptist
Hickory Hammock Rd, E.Milton
Immanual Baptist
4187 Hwy. 90, Pace
James Street Baptist
6658 James Street, Milton
Jay First Baptist
214 S. Alabama Street, Jay
Living Truth Church (Contemporary)
Meeting at S.S. Dixon Intermediate
School, Pace
Mount Calvary So. Baptist
5300 Berryhill Road Milton
New Bethel Baptist
10995 Chumuckla Hwy., Jay
New Life Baptist
6380 Bayberry Street, Milton
Mount Pleasant Baptist
6151 Dogwood Dr., Milton
Olivet Baptist
5240 Dogwood Drive Milton
Pine Level Baptist
3300 Pine Level Church Road, Jay
Pine Terrace Baptist
6212 Pine Blossom Road Milton
Pleasant Home Baptist
8500 Pleasant Home, Munson
Santa Rosa Baptist Asso.
6820 Hwy. 87 North Milton
Spring Hill Baptist Church
9214 Munson Hwy. Milton
Wallace Baptist Church
6601 Chumuckla Hwy.
Woodbine Baptist Church
4912.Woodbine Road Pace
Mt. Bethel Baptist
175 Limit Street Milton
New Macedonia Baptist Church
4751 Chumuckla Hwy. Pace
New Providence Missionary Baptist
4175 Popcorn Rd., Milton
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
6457 Park Ave. SW Milton, FL
Sheperd House Ministry
5739 Stewart St. Milton
Bagdad Chuch of Christ
4413 Garcon Point Hwy., Bagdad
Berryhill Church of Christ
3679 Berryhill Rd Pace,
Jay Church of Christ
E. Highway 4, Jay
Margaret Street Church of Christ
6745 Margaret Street, Milton,
McLellan Church of Christ
Munson Hwy Milton
Susan St. Church of Christ
600 Susan St. Milton
West Milton Church of Christ

Ferris Hill Church of God in Christ
909 N. Alabama St., Milton
113 Willing Street, Milton
World Church of God
Milton Worship Center
5177 Stewart St., Milton
Community Chapel Church of God,
4300 Pace Lane,
South of Wal-Mart
Church of God in Christ
5887 N. Stewart St., Milton
Covenant Church of God
4645 School Ln., Pace
Church of God of Prophecy
600 Glover Lane, Milton, FL
Community of Christ
6656 Raymond Hobbs St.Milton
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day Saints
5737 Berryhill Rd., Milton
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
6842 Oak St. Milton
Milton Victory Ministries
7235 E. Hwy 90 Milton
Living Faith Church
7400 Reformation Rd Milton
Hollandtown Holiness Church
1851 Pineview Church Rd, Jay
Contact: Hansel Prescott 675-4346
Cobbtown Holiness
4700 Greenwood Rd
Jay, FL 32565
Grace Bible Church
623 Chestnut, Milton
Evangel Christian Church
6763 Margaret St. Milton
Ken Sumerall Ministries
4901 Forest Creek Dr., Pace
Jehovah's Witnesses Milton
5696 Berryhill Rd, Milton
Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church
6076 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton

Attend( the church 0f"Your
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A First United Methodist
0 I
Church of Milton

6830 Berryhill Street 623-6683

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

Small enough to care, Large enough to serve!

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

Where the Spirit of God is Moving!
Sunday 10.00 AM Celebration Services for Adults & Kids
Wednesday 7:00 PM Adult Bible Study/Youth & Kids Clubs
Nursery is provided for all services
Cell groups for all ages

SCommitted to excellence a, -.r r, J.-us.
Come grow with us! '

Hickory Hammock I
Baptist Church
Pastor Carl Gallups (since 1987)
Worship & Children's Church 8:30 & 10:00 am
Sunday School 9:00 & 10:00 am
Bible Study For All Ages 5:00 pm .-- .
Wednesday Worship 6:30 pm - -
Preschool - All Services "--
8351 Hickory Hammock Road, Milton * 62 .4.9 * .9 rw, r,,3ori ,mm.oc"kp a,,i '1.' rg
Dynamic Worship * Music * Drama * Children & Youth Ministries and lots more!

Pace Community Church

Reaching Seekers, Building Believers


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


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

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

Ronnie Christian

Westminster Presbyterian Church PCA
6659 Park Avenue, Milton

First Presbyterian Church of Milton
5206 Elmira St. , Milton, FL
Pace Presbyterian Church
4587 Woodbine Rd., Pace, FL
Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church
5339 Zero Ln., Milton, FL

Mount Zion Primitive Baptist Church
603 4th Av., Milton, FL

3L4~r~w Iy

Milton SDA Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton
Milton Seventh-Day
Adventist Church
5288 Berryhill Rd., Milton
First Pentecostal Church of Bagdad
4636 Forsyth St., Bagdad

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

Christ United Methodist Church
5983 Dogwood Dr., Milton
Chumuckla United Methodist Church
9475 Hwy. 197, Chumuckla
Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist
8008 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
1st United Meth.Church of Pace
4540 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine, Pace
Bagdad United Methodist Church
4540 Forsyth St., Bagdad
First United Methodist Church
6830 Berryhill Rd., Milton
Jay United Methodist Church
300 South Alabama St., Jay
Mae Edwards Memorial United
Methodist Church
5052 Mulat Road, Milton, FL
Pineview United Methodist Church
1400 Pineview Church Rd. Jay,
Wesley Memorial United Methodist
4701 School Ln, Pace, FL
Woodbine United Methodist Church
5200 Woodbine Rd., Pace
First Church of the Nazarene
5162 Avenida Del Fuego, Pace
Christian Life Church
4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton
Church of the Living God
3375 Garcon Pt. Milton
New Testament Church
5277 Glover Lane, Milton
Shepherd House Ministries
5739 N. Stewart St., Milton
Word Alive Christian Church
5707 Stewart St., Milton
West Milton Church of Christ
5300 Highway 90, Pace
Gospel Lighthouse Church
10001 Chumuckla Hwy., Pace
United Pentecostal
Church of Berrydale
7580 Hwy. 4, Jay
Mount Zion Pentecostal Holiness
5532 Osceola St., Milton
Chumuckla Pentecostal Holiness Church
2841 Hwy. 182, Jay
New Vision Worship Center
5573 Stewart St. Milton
Roeville Holiness Church
Munson Hwy., Milton
Cobbtown Holiness Church
4700 Greenwood Road (Hwy 164)
Jay, FL 32565

Have you been looking
for a church that is like
YOU used to remember?

A Church that has
Traditional ChLII-Ch MUSiC

A Church where the Bible
is opened and is taught
ver�e by verse

A ChUrch that is centered
on builclin(� stron,- families
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Come Visit Us!
Grace Bible Church
6331 Chestnut Street
Milton, FL 32570


Rev. Tod Brainard, Pastor

Sunday School: 9:45 a.m.
Sunday) Morning: 11:00 a.m.
Sunday) Evening: 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:00 p.m.

Chumuckla United Methodist Church
Praise & Worship - 9 am
Traditional Worship -11 am
Wednesday Night Worship - 6:30 pm

Pastor: Clive Knights
Stephen AhMinister Donna Lee * 994-0870
9475 Chrnuickla H\.-. * J..iav. FL 32565 ;



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

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

Pace Assembly of God
Pace Assembly Ministries, Inc. Office: (850)994-7131
Prayer Line: (850) 994-5200
3948 Highway 90 FAX: (850) 994-9936
' Pace, Florida 32571-1998
Pastor Joseph Rogers Bus Service Available
Pastor Joseph Rogers
REVIVE Telecast
WFGX TV35 Sundays 7:30 am
Sunday School 9:45 am WHBR TV33 Mondays 9:00 pm
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Miracle Service 6:00 pm REVIVE Radio Broadast
Wednesday Study In The Word 7:00 pm WTJT 90.1 FM M-F 4:45 pm

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T 5203 Elmira Street
11 %Milton, Florida 32570

Rev. Joan Wooten


Sunday School: 9:45 Worship: 11am

* Episcopal Church
K - . . The Rev. John Wallace
\j ' 0 Sunday Holy Eucharist: 8:00 & 10:00 am
Sunday School: 9:45 am
6849 Oak Wednesday Holy Eucharist: 6:00 pm
6849 Oak Street
Milton, Florida 32570 Nursery provided for Sunday service
Phone (850) 623-2905

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Celebrate with usl

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

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



Today In Jay

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Tri cities chapter meets every

Thursday morning at 7am at Regions Bank

6650 Caroline St. (Hwy. 90), Milton. We encourage

area business professionals to visit our networking

meeting. Any questions contact Debbie Coon at

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Festival time is getting closer'

Time is marching on. It is
less than four months before
the 18th annual Peanut
Festival to be held on Gabbert
Farm in Jay. The dates are
Saturday, October 6 and
Sunday, October 7th. The fes-
tival will run from 9 a.m. until
6 p.m. both days. Admission is
free, as is parking and primi-
tive camping. The festival is
If you have a display, want
to entertain, or a space to sell
or advertise your business or
wares, call Brenda Gabbert at
Each year the Peanut
Festival is held on the Gabbert
Farm in memory of Melissa

Caroline Gabbert, daughter of
Gene and Brenda Gabbert,
who died of complications of
cancer at the age of nineteen.
The 1930s Farm Museum was
also built in her memory.
There will be tours going on
both days.
All contests are free,
including the Pet Dress-Up
Parade and Contest. The Pet
Parade will begin at 2 p.m. on
Sunday. Registration will
begin at 10 a.m., Sunday
morning. Lineup will be at
1:45 p.m. Cash prizes will be
given. Special categories for
pets other than cats and dogs
are available. All animals are
required to be on leashes, or

Moravek wins 3rd prize

Barbara Moravek of Jay
received a letter this past May
from Mary C. Hanson,
Associate Editor of Simple
Delicious, of Relman
Publications, starting that she
had won Third Place for her
"Albacore Tuna Salad" recipe.
She entered their "Taste of
Home's Simple & Delicious "
recipe contest for 'Last
Minute Lunches. She won
. Barbara and her recipe,
Albacore Tuna Salad, will be
recognized .in the
September/October issue of
this magazine. She will be sent
a free issue. Barbara will
receive her prize money later
this summer prior to the

release of the
September/October issue of
the magazine.
We, here in Jay, will be
looking forward to trying your
recipe, -Barbara, and we all
congratulate you on winning
3rd place and its prize! Keep
those recipes coming!

held. Please, no dangerous
Oh yes! Peanuts galore
such as green, boiled, roasted,
fried, and candied will be
available. We are proud of the
peanut farmers here in Santa
Rosa County. So come to the
Peanut Festival and get some
delicious peanuts to eat!
When you come, bring a
chair so you can stay awhile at
the Festival.
Plenty of food, beverages,
ice cream, funnel cakes, snow
cones, blooming onions,
baked goods, kettle corn, cot-
ton candy, candy apples,
candy, peanuts, desserts,
games, rides, contests, moon

walk, pony rides, wagon rides,
hay rides, train rides, rock-;
climbing wall, toys, crafts;
antiques, new items, health
foods and drinks, large display
of fully restored antique trac,:
tors, wagons, and' other farm-'
related antiques will be avail-!'
Also, a grist mill, more
antiques, antique automobiles
and so much more. Don't for-i
get, we will have live enter-;
tainment both days. Saturday
will be a mixture of music.
Sunday will be gospel
music all day, following a
Christian worship service with;
Brother Earl Greene at 9 a. m.,
for those who wish to attend.

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Jay celebrates Freedom

5K Run/Walk in July

Let Freedom ring! Come
help Jay celebrate the 4th of
July at Bray-Hendricks City
Par, 5259 Booker Lane, Jay.
There will be the annual
Celebrate Freedom 5K Run
and Walk, and One Mile Fun
Run and Walk. The races are
in their 8th year, and seem to
draw larger crowds every year,
thanks to Matthew Dobson,
who directs the event every
year. You can reach him at
850/474-2141 or 850/ 206-
All this will take place on
July 4th, beginning at 6 p.m. at
Bray-Hendricks City Park.
Registration will begin at 4:30
p.m. on the same day. The 5K

Run will be first, and the One
Mile will follow.
The 5K typically draws
over 50 runners and everyone
goes home with an award,
patriotic t-shirt, and plenty of
cool watermelon. The race is
the best described as low-key
and a lot of fun. Some folks
even set personal records.
So come on out to the park
and have some fun. There will
be other activities going on
during the celebration such as
the Softball tournament, ten-
nis tournament, and the live
entertainment that begins at 4
p.m. The Town of Jay will
begin their fireworks after

Sunrise Kiwanis
says thanks to
Johnny Rogers
Kiwanis Club of Santa.
Rosa Sunrise congratulates;
Mr. John Rogers,'
Superintendent of Education'
on his wonderful program
given to the club members. He,
spoke about the cultural and;
growth changes going on in;
the county and how they are,
related tot he school system.,
He also gave an update on the;
five-year plan. The Kiwanis;
Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise.
meets at the Tanglewood Golf,
and Country Club every.
Wednesday at 7 a.m. Guests';
are invited.


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Here at the Northwest Florida Heart Group,
we are proud to offer state of the art
cardiology consultation, testing, and treatment.

* Nuclear-Cardiology
* Echocardiography

* Vascular Ultrasound
* ABI/Segmental Pressures

* Holter Monitors
* Event Monitors

Lipid Clinic: Manages high risk or complex hyperlipidemia by referral.

Main: (850) 969-7979 Diagnostic: (850) 969-3280 Clinical Fax: (850) 476-9200

There are Offices Located at Saitta Rosa Medical Center Office Building on Berryhill
Road, Milton, and in the Cornerstone Office Complex on Woodbine Road, Pace!

Northwest Florida Heart Group

Go to our website to learn more about
our physicians, services and more.

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Dr. Joseph M. Cherian
Back in Full Time Practice
Now accepting
new and former patients

We diagnose and treat all types of
cardiovascular disease, including:

Dr Joseph M. Cherian
has staff privileges at
Santa Rosa Medical Center,
Sacred Heart Hospital and
West Florida Hospital

* Coronary Artery Disease (angina, heart attacks, chest pains)
* Arrhythmias (palpitations)
* Heart Failure (shortness of breath, leg swelling)
* Heart Valve Disorders (heart murmurs)
* Heart Block (fainting spells)
* High Blood Pressure
* Lipid Disorders (high cholesterol and complicated diabetes)
* Vascular Disease (partial strokes, walking leg cramps)

In Office Services
These include:
* Flu and pneumonia vaccinations * Blood and other laboratory tests
* EKG * Holter monitoring * Coumadin Clinic
* Treadmill stress testing * Echocardiography and Cardiac Doppler
* PulmonarN Testing * Carotid ULlraLoutnd
* Pacemaker Anal.sis, & Follow utip
* \e klso treat other medical problems of our patients
S * Mianagement of colmple\ HE pertension iind Diabetes Mlellitus

Office Hours
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 - 5:00
Wednesday 8:00 - 1:00 * Friday 8:00 - 4:00

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5952 Berryhill Road * Milton, Florida 32570

Saturday-June 16, 2007

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One thing that everyone has in common is that we all have, or have had, a father.
Fathers should be considered as a gift from God and a reflection of His heavenly
love for us. Not too many years ago, it was only the father who was out working to
support his family while the mother was home caring for their children and the
needs of their home. Today, many fathers and mothers share the many different
aspects of raising a family, including working outside of the home, which is good
because it seems that fathers today are more involved with their children and their
activities. Fathers who love, support, and encourage their children are helping to
develop a healthy family, and it is essential that they never discourage their children
from confiding in them with their problems. Fathers who spend time with their families
seem to be more at peace with themselves, and families that get along well in good
times are most often better able to handle the bad times. It is easy to become a father
but quite difficult to become a good father, and a good father who loves his family is truly
a blessing from God
I will be a father to you. and you will be My
sons and daughters, says the Lord Almighty
- New K J V 2 Corinthians 6 18

Look for our 2007


& witness

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B.B. and Charlotte Boles
were married on June 18,
1957 in Mobile, Alabama.
God blessed this union with 2
sons, B.B. III and Mark, and 2
granddaughters, Taylor and
Since retiring in 1990, he
from American Cyanamid and
she from the Santa Rosa
School System, they have
enjoyed extensive travel, mis-
sion work, both home and for-
eign, and lots of "R & R".
B.B. and Charlotte will
celebrate their 50th Golden
Anniversary at a reception
with family and friends
Sunday, June 17th, at the
Family Life Center, First
Baptist Church.
All friends and former stu-
dents are welcome to join
family in celebrating.

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AlI,.1 a season to forget
the Pensacola Power seem to
be back on track and thanks to
ihe help of some local leader-
Donzaleigh Patterson - a
19S88 Milton graduate - is one
of six player who were with
the team when it all began
back in ", '-,' I
I year marked a ... iiil- part . history as the
National Women's Football
Association got underway
locally with the Power.

Last week the team suf-
fered only its third regular sea-
son loss of their seven-year
history with a 35-12 loss to the
Austin (Tex.) Outlaws.
Saturday they will look to
clinch another division title as
they host the New Orleans
Blaze at Escambia High
School with a 7 p.m. kickoff.
Also featured on this
year's roster are other local
players to include Jessica
Rutherford, Tonia Wells, and
LaKeisha Johnson.
But women playing foot-

"You just can't judge s by
what you think," said
Patterson. "You need to come
out and see a game before you
judge us."
Missing one year due to a
knee injury, Patterson is cur-
rently playing the fullback
position, where she helped to
block the way for the leagues
first 1,000-yard rusher Jill
At one point during her
career she switched over to
defense to play linebacker, but
is occasionally called upon to
play on offense, defense, and

special teams.
"I asked to play line-
backer," said Patterson, who
has continued to play despite
contemplating leaving the
game at one point. "But Coach
Mike Thomas told me that I
was so good that if he needed
me at fullback that I would be
back in that position."
Since that first season the
Power have been a force on
the field with their best per-
formance possibly happening
in 2003 as their defense
allowed only 10 points in
eight games while rolling up

474 points of their own.
That magical season
ended in a 28-21 loss to the
Detroit Demolition, who is no
longer in the league.
The Powers last champi-
onship appearance came in
2005 when they lost to Detroit
"In the playoff games it
comes down to who wants it
the most," said Patterson.
All three of the Powers'
regular season losses have
come at the hands of the
Austin Outlaws, which have
See, POWER, Page 4B

Mlilsap tied

for 7th at

SAP Open
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debut strong at Oalonont

Pace's Haley Millsap fin-
ished in the top 10 yet again at
a major national golf tourna-
After finishing second in
the 27th Annual Bubba
Connlee National Junior
Tournament, she carded a 76
in the final round of the SAP
Junior Open to finish tied for
seventh with Alexis Holmes of
West Chester, Penn.
Millsap started the three-
day tournament rather slow
with an opening round of 79,
which was seven over par.
The Pace senior to be
went out with a one over 37,
but coming back in she had a
rough time shooting six over
on the final nine holes.
"On my way from
Tennessee to Ohio I caught a
cold and ended up not playing
as solid as I would have like
to," said Millsap. On 15 I1 shot
a quad and then finished the
round with a double.
"But I came back and
birdied the hole the next two
days, so go figure."
Day two saw Millsap
make her charge as she shot a
two-over par 74 to move into a
tie for eighth place.
Millsap entered the final
round 13 shots behind Tessa
Teachman of Baton Rouge,
Louisiana. who lead the tour-
nament at four under par after
two days.
Her round of 74 was one
of the better rounds of the day
as only four golfers finished
the second day with a better
score including Teachman.
who carded a three-under 69.
Millsap is now headed to
Birmingham to play in a
Westfield Qualifier in hopes of
making the field for the July
When asked if she was
planning on entering the
AJGA Tournament scheduled
for July 23-26 at the Pensacola
County Club, Millsap was
"That tournament happens
to be the same weekend as the
U.S. Girls and I will play a
qualifier for that at the end of
this mionlth." said Millsap.
LIast week at Quail Ridge
Golf (Club in Bartlett. Tenn..
Millsap was one olf il\o play-
crs to finish the three round
tournament under pr.
Millsap. who shot par on
Tuesday. carded a lour tinder
68 in the second rIolid onil
\Vednesdax which \\as the
loW found 'for thile day.
lIast Thursday. Millsap
w as _aired with leader
See, MILLAi\P, Page 413

The Tee Ball World Series got underway on Thursday evening at Gospel .......
Projects Park in Milton and the action was fast and furious from the very
beginning. (Above) Levi Blackmon, with the Tri-County American All-Stars
makes a dramatic play at first beating the runner to the bag for the final
out of the inning in their game against the Myrtle Grove All-Stars. (Right)
Coach Floyd Smith with Gospel Projects National All Stars watches his
baserunner Andre head home in their game against the Brent All-Stars.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

Jay with the Gospel Projects National All-Stars takes his cut at the ball
during the Tee-Ball World Series.


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Busch Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - SPEED @ 6 p.m.
NASCAR Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 7 p.m.
Busch Series Meijer 300 - ESPN2 @ 7:30 p.m.
June 17
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live ! - TNT @ 11:30 a.m.
TNT Countdown to Green - TNT @ 12:30 p.m.
NASCAR Citizens Bank 400 - TNT @ 1 p.m.
June 22
Craftsman Truck Series Final Practice - SPEED @ 1 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - SPEED @ 2 p.m.
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Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 6 p.m.
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July 7
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Waltrip steps aside

for first road course

Michael Waltrip Racing
announced Tuesday that two-
time Nextel Cup Champion,
Terry Labonte will step into
the No. 55 NAPA Auto Parts
Toyota Camry for the road
course races at Infineon
Raceway and Watkins Glen
"It's not an easy decision
for me to remove myself from
the car, but I know it is for the
betterment of our whole pro-
gram," Waltrip said. "I know
Terry's experience and road
race savvy will breathe a
breath of fresh air into my
young NAPA team."
Labonte has had success
at road course tracks finishing
third at Infineon Raceway last
year and has six top-10 finish-
es at Watkins Glen
"To put Terry in the car is
a reflection of the big picture
we are trying to establish with
this NAPA Racing team and I

Riding The

Driver Johnny Sauter
Owner Gene Hass
Points: 1071
Points out of 34th: 52
Points ahead of 36th: 20
Place Owner
33 Robert Yates
34 Robert Yates
35 Gene Hass
36 James Rocco
37 Bill Davis
38 Dietrich Mateschitz

know this will be a spark this
team needs," Waltrip said. "I
look forward to watching the
NAPA team compete and
learning more about all the
MWR cars from a different
perspective, exclusively as an
Waltrip's sponsor, NAPA
Auto Parts, supports his deci-
"NAPA appreciates and
respects Michael's dedication
to move our racing program
forward and regain our on-
track competitive edge," said
NAPA president Bob Susor.
"We thank him for his efforts
and dedication to NAPA and
welcome the addition of
NASCAR champion Terry
Labonte to the NAPA family
for these road-course events."
Waltrip will return to his
Toyota for the Lenox
Industrial Tool 300 on July 1st
at New Hampshire
International Speedway.

Jonnny auter
Driver Points
Ricky Rudd 1127
David Gilliland 1123
Johnny Sauter 1071
Scott Riggs 1051
Dave Blaney 929
Brian Vickers 906

Junior's pick is Rick.

Baseball has the New York
Yankees, but in auto racing the
big kid on the block is Hendrick
Motorsports and owner Rick
Wednesday the big team just
got bigger as Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
ended weeks of speculation by
announcing he would drive for
Hendrick, which makes the
strongest team in NASCAR this
season look even stronger in
Earnhardt, Jr. actually
signed with Hendrick when he
was 15 on a napkin as Little E
was traveling with Kenny
Schrader. Now some 17 years
later the deal is done.
"I was fortunate enough to
be invited on a trip with Kenny
around the Midwest to run some
dirt tracks," recalled Dale Jr.
"When we got to Topeka was the
first time I ever met Rick. He
asked me if I had a contract to
drive for anybody, but I wasn't
even racing; I wasn't even close.
"I thought it was a joke and
he wrote a contract down on a
napkin and I signed it. We were
joking around, but obviously
he's a pretty smart businessman,
and I figured even if it was ajoke
I better sign it because it might
come in handy one day."
Hendrick had some other
fears at the time, besides the fact
of trying to enforce the contract
with Dale Earnhardt Sr., being
the person to sign his son as a
"The first thing I was con-
cerned with was how Dale let
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. announced Wednesday that he will drive for Hendrick Motorsports beginning in
2008. (Photo Credit: Grant Halverson/Getty Images for NASCAR)

him go to the Midwest with
Schrader," said Hendrick. "I felt
like I needed to protect him alit-
"When Ricky (Hendrick's
late son) ran his first Busch Race
at Myrtle Beach I went to the
drivers meeting and I ended up
standing by Junior and said, you
remember you signed the con-
tract with me.
So far Hendrick and his cur-
rent stable of four drivers have
won 10 of the 14 races this sea-
son. Could this move hurt, the
"I don't think so," said
Hendrick. "They are going to
race each other. I mean we've
seen it with our cars this year

Rick Hendrick (left) and Dale Earnhardt Jr. announce that
Earnhardt will drive for Hendrick Motorsports beginning in 2008.
(Photo Credit: Grant Halverson/Getty Images for NASCAR)

After Pocono 500 After Federated Auto 300
Driver Behind Driver - Behind
1. Jeff Gordon Leader 1. Carl Edwards Leader
2. Matt Kenseth -242 2. Kevin Harvick -662
3. Denny Hamlin -247 3. Dave Blaney -745
4. Jimmie Johnson -305 4. David Reutimann -811
5. Jeff Burton -421 5. Regan Smith -827
6. Tony Stewart -516 6. Matt Kenseth -869
7. Carl Edwards -539 7. Bobby Hamilton, Jr. -886
8. Clint Bowyer -590 8. David Ragan -889
9. Kevin Harvick -601 9. Clint Bowyer -931
10. Kyle Busch -636 10. Greg Biffle -947

when you see Jeff and Jimmie at
Martinsville and you hold your
breath that they don't wreck
each other.
"I think when you have
multi-car teams my job is to get
the best talent out there."
The relationship between
Earnhardt family and the
Hendrick family go way back.
"Well my granddaddy
worked with Rick and kind of
helped Rick get into racing or he
was there along the way the
entire time," said Dale Jr. "Rick
tells a story about him putting a
hood scoop on his Chevelle
when he was 16 or 17 and that's
how they met.
"He was one of the best
body men in the business, if not
the best. And he was really
proud of his employment and
his involvement at Hendricks
that was always apparent to me
as his grandson when I v. would go
over to his shop. The pride that
he took in where he worked and
how his job was anid eveir-
But Dale Jr. will not be the
first Earnhardt to drive for
Hendrick as Dale Sr. tested
Hendrick's first cup car and won
Rick's first race in stock cars at
Charlotte in the Busch Series in
"So there is a lot of connec-
tions there," said Little E. "And
me and Rick have been friends

After Sam's Town 400

1. Mike Skinner
2. Ron Hornaday
3. Todd Bodine
4. Rick Crawford
5. Ted Musgrave
6. Travis Kvapil
7. Jack Sprague
8. Johnny Benson
9. Matt Crafton
10. Aaron Fike


since I was little.
"He's always treated me
with a lot of respect and been
genuine about my well being
and how I was doing and what
he could do to help so that's
always been really cool about
As far as a sponsor or num-
ber goes there is nothing defi-
nite, but Earnhardt would love
to continue driving the No. 8,
which was the number of his
grandfather when he raced.
"I'd like to be the No. 8, but
you know, we have to obviously
talk to Teresa about that and see
what her interest is there," said
Earnhardt, Jr. "I'll just go ahead
and throw that out there.
"Rick's said that I have
some ability to have some influ-
ence on what looks like,
the numbers, and things like
So now that Kyle Busch is
leaving at the end of the season,
which opened the ride for
Eamhardt, was Texas an audi-
"That started a lot of
rumors," said Hendrick.
"I was trying to see what
kind of horsepower they had,
see where we measured up,"
said Dale Jr. "The car was
wrecked so it didn't really drive
that good."
Ironically Rick's late son
Ricky predicted this day.

After Pocono 200
1. Frank Kimmel
2. Justin Allgaier
3. Bobby Gerhart
4. Dexter Bean
5. Michael McDowell
6. Phillip McGilton
7. Justin South
8. Justin Marks
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Futbol Santa Rosa soc-
cer skills clinic: Futbol
Club Santa Rosa Director of
Coaching, Louie Sahin, is
conducting a foot skills clin-
Camp for ages U8-
U13and U14-U18 will run
through July 23 through
July 26.
Time for the camp will
be from 9 a.m. to noon fpr
U8-U13 and the U14-U18
camp will run from 4 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
A fee is associated with
this camp.
For more information
call 850-292-0790.
For more information on
this camp call 686-1600.
City of Milton
Football: The City of
Milton is holding football
registrations for the upcom-
ing season.
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-
For more information
contact the City of Milton at
Summer Slam 2007:
Pensacola Raquet Club will
be hosting Summer Slam
This is a men's and
women's doubles tourna-
ment limited to the first 32
teams to sign up in each divi-
The format will be a
compass draw with each
team playing a minimum of
four matches.
For more information or
to enter call 434.2434.
Southern Juniors sign
ups: The Southern Juniors
are set to be played July 23-
26 at the Pensacola Country

The field will feature 84
boy and girl junior golfers
ages 12-18.
Applications for the
event are being accepted on
the AJGA's Web site until
June 19.
Those who do not quali-
fy can play their way into the
tournament based on the
qualifying tournament
scheduled for July 22 at
Pensacola County Club.
To apply for the quali-
fieryou can contact the
AJGA Player's Services
Department at 877-373-2542
after June 22.
East Milton Football
and Cheerleading: Signups
are currently underway for
the East Milton Football
Leauge and cheerleading
Parents can sign up their
children through July 9.
A birth certificate for
proof of age is needed.
For more information
you can go to www.east- or
call 723-7493.
Patriot Basketball
Camp: Patriot Boys
Basketball camp is set for
July 9 through July 12.
This camp is for kids
ages right through 14 for
the upcoming school year.
Special appearances are
expected from former
Patriots Brett Swanson,
Jacob Hazouri, and Brad
Campers are urged to
bring a water battle, com-
fortable basketball shoes,
and wear t-shirt and shorts.
This camp will cover
fundamentals and other
drills under the direction of
Pace Coach Carl Pippin.
For more information
call 994-3600 ext. 1158
Milton Panther
Baseball Camp: The
Milton Panther Baseball
program will be conducting
two youth camps for play-

ers ages 7 to 14.
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 fundamentals
of hitting, fielding, and
throwing along with situa-
tional play and base run-
Camp instructors will be
the Milton High staff and
For more information
call 983-5600.
Pace Volleyball Camp:
Pace High will hold a youth
volleyball camp from July
16 through July 19.
This camp is for stu-
dents in fifth through ninth
The camp will be held
from 8 a.m. to noon each
For more information
on this camp call Pace High
School at 994-3600.
Pace Football Camps:
Patriot Football Camp is
slated for July 24 through
July 26.
This camp for students
ages seven to 14 will held
from 9 a.m. to noon each
A ninth grade football
camp will be held from July
23 through July 26 from 3
p.m. to 6 p.m.
For more information
contact Pace High at 994-
Lady Patriot
Basketball Camp: Pace
Lady Patriot Basketball
Camp is scheduled for July
30 through Aug. 3.
The camp will be held
from 8 a.m. to noon.
This camp will cover
fundamentals and other
drills under the direction of
Pace Coach Jenny Condon.

For more
co'bntact Coach
the high school

C.- ndon.' at
or call 516-

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Monday Morning
Alley Cats
Oops Alley
June 6, 2007

High Game Women:
Terrie Hicks - 185
High Game Team: B-J's -
High Series Women:
Terrie Hicks - 479
High Series Team: B-J's -
League Final Standings:
1. Misfits 4-0, 2. Cosmic
Katz 3-1, 3. Pink
Flamingos 3-1, 4. B-J's 1-3,
5. Blue Birds 1-3.
League Notes: The Alley

Cats summer league still
has room for teams. If you
are interested call 623-
6807 for more informa-

Stonebrook Golf Club
Hacker's Tour
June 10, 2007

A Flight: 1. Danny Stout
+17, 2. Jerry Kelly +11, 3.
Scott Wylie +10.
B Flight: 1. Peach Waller
+10, 2. Mimke Bowers +8,
3. Chester Berry +7, .
C Flight: 1. Billy Smith +9,
2. GArry Perkins +9, 3.
A.J. Tridico +8.


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Saturday-June 16, 2007

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Saturday-June 16, 2007-


Blowing the whistle


As a child I was reminded
on several occasion by my
father children should be seen
and not heard.
This might sound a little
old fashion to some. but I
think it is some wise advice
for a particular group in the
sporting world in Northwest
Horida - the officials.
Wednesday night I came a
little unglued at a Pelicans
home baseball game against
Ft. Worth.
As someone who use to
step on the field of play as a
participant, I know there is
some talk between players,
coaches, and officials.
I know there were some
officials during my day who
could tell a pretty good joke
- and at the same time know
when to tell us it was time to
huddle up and play the
But never in my life
have I encountered a group
who want to make them-
selves the center, and I
stress, center of the action.
Wednesday's night game
was at Pelican Park.
I am not an expert by any
means, but even I could tell
the pitcher for the Ft. Worth
Cats had balked, or moved
illegally to deceive the
Pensacola base runner.
Coach Mac Seibert did
his job and questioned the
umpire behind the plate.
Mind you there are two
other umpires on the field
and between their six to 12


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become Pensacola's biggest
"We have a good team
with a lot of talent from the
Milton, Pace, Ft. Walton
Beach, and Pensacola areas,"
said Patterson. "We have
always taken the preseason
game to help our younger
players and test ourselves in
"Then we can work on
those in practice before the
start of the season."
But Patterson and her
teammates almost never got
to this point as football play-
ers as the organization was on
very shaky financial grounds
after their inaugural season in
2001 despite drawing at one
point over 5,000 people to a
With only two months
before the start of the season
the Power was organized in
February and would compete
against Nashville and
Huntsville., two of the original
After going 8-0 that sea-
son they played in the NWFA
National Championship
against the Philadelphia
Liberty Belles the team
almost folded amid $25,000
in debt.
That is where boxing
champion and Pensacola resi-
dent Roy Jones Jr. stepped in
and bought the team with two
weeks before the season giv-

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Continued From Page One
Kendrall Ardoin from
Gibsland, La., who was the
tournament leader and she
trailed by one stroke.
Both shot an even par 72
on I1ie final round Thursday as
Milliap finished the tourna-
ment in second place with a
foiur-uilcr par total of 212 for
the three days.
Earlier this season
Mlillsap won the AJGA
National Qualifier at Chateau
Elan in Braselton, Ga., at the
end of May.
In her win Millsap carded
at three over par 145, with
rounds of 72 and 73.
Millsap edged Brittany
vMii of Poway, Calif.. by one
fIke Ior the win.
Also on day one of the
1'; ()pen former Milton grad
Ilmhai Wilson completed his
lwI tl iiiil at Oakmont paired
ih ll .o Weekley by shoot-


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eyes nothing was seen.
But after Seibert had his
discussion with the home plate
umpire, he started walking
back to his coaching spot near
third base.
That was until the first
base umpire yelled at the
coach and called him out in
front of the nearly 2,000 fans
in attendance.
Seibert quickly answered
the challenge and explained
his case to the first base
After Seibert explained
his case, the Pelicans had a
runner on first with one out.
Then the next batter hit
into a double play, but ironi-
cally the first base umpire
called the Pensacola base
runner out while looking at
second base.
He didn't even look at
first base where the play
occurred. I guess he is part
alien with eyes in the back of
his head or something.
But this one umpire is not
unique to the profession.

I would cringe this past
basketball season when cover-
ing a Pace game involving a
particular official and former
Patriot coach Jim Sessions.
This one official, who is
under close guard by his
friends at Thanksgiving,
would leer at Sessions hop-
ing the coach would even
belch so he could give him a
bench warning or better yet a
And to make matters
worse this official bragged to
one of his fellow officials in
street clothes at how quickly
he warned him during the
second half of a basketball
game at Milton High School.
For the record Coach
Sessions was warned not to
speak or get out of his seat
less than two minutes into
the second half.
These are two prime
examples, but in covering
sports across Santa Rosa
County at Milton, Pace, Jay,
and Allentown, I have seen
several examples of officials
who need their check slipped
to them because they didn't
do their job.
It is not an easy job to be
an official and I understand
there are mistakes that are
made, but try to do the job
you were hired for. Don't
take it upon yourself to
become the star.
If you do your job cor-
rectly the best you can hope
for is an award for a best
supporting role, instead of
getting an Academy Award
for playing an official.




Donzaleigh Patterson, a Milton graduate from 1988, is one of the
original members of the Pensacola Power and the National
Women's Football Association.
Press Gazette file photo

ing the women's a second
"It was wonderful that he
stepped in to help," said
Patterson. "We all love to play
the game and we are more of
a family on this team.
"That family atmosphere
makes us stronger and
because of that each one is

committed to the team and
doing what we need to do."
Right now their goal is set
on another trip to Nashville
and the Championship game,.
The big key is winning
tonight's game and where
they are seeded in the post
season, which gets underway
next week.

Haley Millsap seen putting at a local golf scramble.
ing an even par 70 to finish Dougherty ended day one
day one tied for third place, with a two-under 68, while
Weekley, who has Tiger Woods was one over on
returned to the PGA Tour this the day; Joe Durant was five
year, carded a two over par 72 over par, while Phil
and is in a tie for 21st Mickelson finished at four
England's Nick over par.

Passing is
another impor-
tant component
being worked
on as instructor
Ron Hendricks
worked with
Meghan Mayo.

Hoopin' it up in Jay

Over 40 campers attended the Jay High School basketball camp conducted by Jay's Boys' Head
Coach Lance Youngblood. The morning session of the camp focused on dribbling, ball handling and
other basic building blocks to the game of basketball.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

Hannah Prescott is
seen working around
some chairs in a drib-
bling drill used to
teach the players
how to switch hands
and keep the ball
away from the

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Pace Head Coach Susan Williams is seen talking to Ashley
Kummer on fielding position for playing the infield and ground
balls during the Lady Patriots Softball Camp held at the Santa
Rosa SportsPlex.


camps at the SportsPlex

Ashley Wilburn decided it was too far to walk for a towel and used the next best thing, her T-shirt as she wiped her face during a break
at the camp. Around 75 young ladies participate in the week long camp to work on fielding, hitting, throwing, and pitching.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

Stretching to your left and right
are very important drills for
fielding. Nikki Cody (left) and
Jessica Ujvari (right) work on
fielding the ball with their bare
hands before working with
their gloves on diving drills.

Jessie Lucio is headed to his familiar spot behind the plate to play
catcher during a scrimmage game as part of the Pace Patriot
Baseball Camp

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1160 - Lost
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Case No.: 06-1167
Division: E
Christina M. Estrada
Roy Jose Estrada.
AZ 85618
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
lion has been filed against you
and that you are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on Christina
M. Estrada whose address is
6482 Cedar St Milton, FL
32570 on or before June 16th
2007, and file the original with
the clerk of this Court at Family
Law Circuit Civil Division PO
Box 472 Milton FL 32572, be-
fore service on Petiioner or im-
mediately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a default
may be entered aanst
you for the relief de-
manded in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, in-
cluding orders are availa-
ble at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office. You
may review these docu-
ments upon request.
You Must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's office
notified notified of your
current address. (You ma
file Notice of Current Ad-
dress, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family
Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit wil
be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's of-
WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Florida Family Law Rules
of procedure, requires cer-
tain automatic disclosure
of documents and infor-
mation. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions, in-
cluding dismissal or strik-
ing of pleadings.
Dated: May 21. 2007.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Carmen Emery
Deputy Clerk
Leg. 5/449
CASE NO. 05-DP-144
B.P. 03/10/1995
S.P. 12/08/1996
S.P. 12/24/1997
A.P. 04/20/2005
TO: Lyndon James Jr.
I/k/a 621 Eldridae St.
Bastrop, LA 71221
Father of S. P., a male
FIED that a Petition under
oath has been filed in the
above styled Court for the
termination of parental
rights of B.P., a male child
arn on the 1 th day of
March 1995, In Monroe,
Louisiana, S.P., a female
born on the 8th day of De-
cember 1996, in Bastrop,
Louisiana, and S.P., a
male born on the 24th
day of December 1997, in
Monroe, Louisiana, by the
Department of Children
and Family Services, for
subsequent adoption, and
you are hereby comman-
ded to be and appear be-
fore the Honorable Marci
L Goodman, Judge of the
Circuit Court in and for
Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida, at the Santa Rosa
County Court House lo-
cated at 6865 Caroline
Street, on the 21st day of
June, 2007 , at 9:00 a.m.
You must either appear
on the date and at the
time specified or send a
written response to the
Court prior to that time.
WITNESS my hand as the
Clerk of said Court and
the Seal thereof, this 22nd
day of May, 2007.
By: Lisa Taylor
Deputy Clerk
. 052607

Leg. 6/662
FILE NO. 07000082 CP
The administration of the estate
'ceased. Case Number
07000082, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
County Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is
P.O. Box 472, Milton, Florida
32572. The names and ad-
dresses of ihe personal repre-
sentative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
fofth below.

The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


Drect-or o,- Crildren and Youm AActivities:
Si Francio :',t Assisi Episcopal Church
Gulf Breeze, is oerrinL a full timer
,.. ilion o.ith corrpetitiv.'e salary andr
benefits The Dire�.ctor ,.:,i Children andI
'':Juth Aci\iie5s will design and
irnp-lemerit a Crinst -certered program
Degree preferred. Please .send contact
initcrm.-ation and resume to St Francis >-t
A'_.ssi Episcopal Churcrh, 1 St Francis
Drive. Gult Breeze FL 32561


Full-tirn- positions available
residrenlial programs
b anrd benefit WILL TRAIN
S, lor-ria r fl ED and - a lli


at juvenile
:ellil, e p.ay
Higrih school
I Driver's

Licen-,e are required. Applicants must
pa-s b.ack.rcurundl screening and drug
tesi Apply in person at Biackwater Stop
Camp. -2451 Stop Camp Rd Munson or
Sania Rosa _JLivernile Residenlial
Facciliy 12364 Environmenial Center
Rd M.-Ilt Call (8501957-0995 or 957-
3600 tor addilionai information EOE

Comfort Inn in Milton. Experience pre-
ferred, strong computer skills.
Customer Service Skills. Weekends &
Holidays is a must. Salary based on
experience. Apply in person 8936 Hwy
87S. 8arn-3pm, Monday - Friday.
No phone calls please!


. .11.04 11.04 .. .
S..i.-.r .:. .: ITHEREOF 761.69 FEET TO
iii, arethe I'-":, . i .l THE POINT OF BEGINN-
0 o Ihe highest-11I best bid- ING; THENCE CONTINUE
r_, , ,1, .i: . OF THE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 30
-.,Li I-i . -nt '1 it"i' EAST, ALONG SAID SOUTH
.. , J. ' . _ : LINE 130.00 FEET- THENCE
. - - . NORTH 00 DEGREES 29
erty as set forth in said 'Final MINUTES 32 SECONDS,
juiiment: EAST 186.00 FEET; TO TH
89,DEGREES, 30 MINUTES 32-2N-28-0000-00239-0000.

Booutwell Automotive Tot(
lnd Tires Early A/C "F
:h'.) $15.99. Free Tire Clec
- ,-. with oil change. Call For
.Present this ad and We. I
recieve 10% off any ser- '
vi]es provided. Offer ex-
-i--' June 1, 2007.
:.-j Caroline St. Milton . Ti
623-4750 Ta
Pi tOwn
S Pit Stop License
r Parts & Services 380-32z
5736 Washington
?: Street, Milton
S 981-2484
q.- rncin-q supplies
.,il tr;F.- -,. .4 J-.,, . hig
Temperature pressure Concrete
"If we ain't got it... Ron Gil
we'll get it." Concre

Artie Keller
Licensed and Insured.
Conventional and Syn-
thetic Systems. No job
too big or too small. Call:
698-8327 or 626-9164

Cleaning Service
- Service
residential or Business
Licensed & Insured.
Call: 206-6763 or
485-3269. You make
the mess, we do the
' rest.

C ....g Services


Making your life brighter
room by room. 10 years
of local
'experience.License &
Insured. References upon
'request Call our team
983-3763 or 313-0525
Cleaning Services

Richiel Phillips
Residential Cleaning
Services Highest Quality
Rojults "Guaranteed' I
*u bme *Rentals Afforda-
ble, Rates. Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured.
(8,50)393-7276 or
850)623-0327 from
8lm-5pm Monday -
Cleaning Service
lWe furnish supplies.
Senior discount with ad.
:Homes, condos, etc.
, Call 384-2388

Sqeeky Clean Service
'- Dependable
with references
,'Homes, offices and
cam ers
6c2 394 1

ally Clean
or all Your
ininq Needs
A Free Estimate
I Go Anywhere
ime Shares
nya Davis
id and Insured
46 or 623-5866


Ovs *Pnti-'a

*Side W alks * -II h..',a -.
of Concrete *Concrete
Removal. Residential &
Commercial Free Esti-
mates (850)554-4107
Mike Kaylor
Cement Mason
..:.. *Driveways
" .. . Free E Ni t.
No job too i..i-,.ll �_,..I
ity work at affordable
prices. 994-0897

CNA to give your care
giver respite time. Hospi-
tal & home health, any
shift, long T, r. p.:., .L-
and willing i,-, -Ia -
messaqes .Ih.,,r- J ' -
BJ at 512-3500

Who Chop?
Recording Studio
Full digital
recording studio.
Call for appointment
and rates.
Michael Johnson
aka BooMan
6051 Savannah Dr
Milton, Fl 32570

Fences/ Decks/ Docks

Border to Border
Fence & Deck
All ypes of fencing in-
stalled and repaired.
Specializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our p,. -.,
fences are .-.,i .ir
SCREWS. Free Estimates.
4 8 5 - 2 5 3 2.

Free Estimates
Call 686-1298

, .. -1104 . .......1 .. .11 4. . ...
A/K/A 5917 Pamela
Drive, Milton, FL 32570 Leg. 6/683
Any person claiming an IN THE .'ii- -.:'.iPT FOR
interest in the surplus SANTA - : -- .i.: . .i. FLOR-
from the sale, if any, IDA
other than the pro err&) CIVIL DIVISION
owner, as of the dae of CASE NO.
the Lis Pendens must file a 572007CA000183XXXXXX
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale. - .11 r ' '. "' --
WITNESS MY HAND and the h- .-,- ,: C. '. - h.
seal of this Court on June 8, - - _ . . l .l - -Tv-

P -ijndy Norris
--. , Clerk

Complete lawn care.
Call for mowing, edging,
weeding,hedging and
debris removal.
Call Tony or Mary.
982-9214 or 626-9604

Doug's Lawn Service
Mowing & edging,
trimming bushes, tractor
work, spreading dirt &
gravel, front en loader.
Owner operated and
locally owned.
Call 623-5370 or
(cell) 850-324-9149

K & N Lawn
*Debris Removal.
Very reasonable prices.
.,.:,,-sed. & Insured
: ,-' 1-0861

L & W Lawn
*a ti..;r.1 Tr;r,,.inq
*F'sl. Fi',. .-,n-i" . ! ,J
Commercial &
Licensed & Insured

Land Clearinq
Double "B
Land Clearing. Backhoe
Work. Licensed &
Insured. Bryen Ballard.
850 994-5740 or
850 232-1581

We do yard work small
concrete jobs, cut trees &
limbs. We haul anything.
Call: 850-698-6902 for
free estimates.


Trees: Trimmed/Removed
Licensed & Insured Free
Estimates 24 Hour Serv-
ice (850)324-3203 Serv-
ing Santa Rosa for 15

Leber's Paint &
Trim LLC
Licensed & Insured Call
for Free Estimates.
Interior Painting, Trim
Work, Pressure washing.
Exterior Painting.

B & B Home
25 years experience.
Free Estimates. Licensed
& Insured. Call anytime
(850)981-3936 or
"No job too small!"


Land clearing, and all
tractor dozer and related
services. Free Estimates.
You may find cheaper
but you * -: ,'t find better.
Call E11, Rogers:
850-957-4952 or cell:

Stewart's Tractor
Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hogging &
discing, dirt work,
backhoe work
demolition & haulin
516-1801 or 675-4291
Licensed & Insured


LDL Home
Repair &
Tractor, Tree Specialist
35 yrs Experience. Fam-
ily Operated. *Tree Re-
moval *Tree Trimming *
Dirt Work *Erosion Con-
trol. Proper drainage for
standing water. *Sod ~
Weed Control.
994-7723 or 554-5982

Fournier's Stump
Grinding & Tree Service
Free estimates
Best price Quaranteedl
15% Senior Citizen
Specializing in hard to
reach areas, any size
stump removal & root
Licensed & insured
Family owned
and operated.

Page's Tree
Trim, cut & remove. Call
626-2159 (if no answer
please leave message)
Firewood $50 and
up a load.

Spots of Color
CustcTr. _..;r. , Mend-
ing ,Li.-'hmh'r,- Quilts,
Embroidery, Tailoring
Holiday Dresses, Crafts.
You rip it I fix it!

Looking for a Fun
Girls' Night Out?
Host a Stampin' Up!�
.:'l-, .-p and have a
tbjil' l-l.:.!'s a great oa-
portunity for you and'
your friends to share a
tun, exciting evening
learning the art of rubber
stamping, absolutely free!
Call Vonda today!

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addresses of he personal repre- any, IO l, -on Cher,, L.Burm, Alt Financial Services of America,
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU senlative and t he personal tomey fc. .. whose ad Inc. f/k/a American General i-
ANT TO CHAPlT.R!45.# representative's aflorey are setl dress is 'r. . 771h Ave- nance of America, Inc. Foaun-
.fo.h below. nue, -- Floor, Miami, Flor tainview Homeowners Associa-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur- ida : on or before July tion, Inc.; ,-.... . irties in
suant to an Order or Summa All creditors of the decedent 16 ,, a date which is Possession i ,.. .. Parties
Final I -i, - -t f-- -' r' and :i!. i . 1. I-wing claims ; " I.;.,1 ' I . after Ihe in Possessic , ;. ,i . ', -
daied i -. ' ... . ' , or ::.- . l, ,*,,-. decedent's .. l- .i i . N notice in al! Unknow n i : : . r
I' n ' Case No. estate on whorf a copy of this i- , 1 i '- _ - i.L .4 file by, through. - . :-
S .000183XXXXXX of notice is required to be served the original with the ,-, of the above no.-- : I-',I.., ,1
the Circuit Court in and for ... i ..i.: ,.-, i,,,,. .' this this '....i either before service who are not known to be dead
-, r., " , ,i ' ,; .. i . I -T F 3 on f i ,. . attorney or immedi- or alive, whether said Unknown
S -,,, --r . r . i - ' id i OF .-. -- . otherwise a de- Parties - . ,,. interest as
. T: .r , - " : i -.. OF ",,. ,i i -..'ered ac ainst you Spouse, H - . L , s, Grant-
- " r . i . " - i ". AF- for the relief demanded in the ees or l - . .... ,,
-r - i. - -t ''ic F r . -: OF complaint. Defendont(s).
' " " : " " " ,,- I" ," *I" 1, I" 1- " I I' , " : O N
SH,,- '" h- - -''. . WITNESS my hand and the seal NOTIIE ..ELA!I
I - - 1-. Court this 6 day of June,
S ' - i All other creditors of the dece- , .- NOTICE IS HEREBY i l pur-
- den and olher persons having suant to an Order ot F jl ludg-
I ,1 u* : - -I I_ ' ,I 1I 11-1: claim s o rI --, , - , . . . i ' ' -*5 V '. l i I i- N m ent of Fo reclosure d ated June
i:, ,i 1 , , ,, . - - i . , decedent's e-i" ', ,l : - ,. t 8 2007, entered in Civil Case
- - . it, . i.-i CIRCUIT COURT SEAL No. 07 323 CA A of ihe Cir-
, ,: , , . ' -. - , i1-11: - F , i "- cuit Court of the 1sl Judicial
f".I" l tf l' . i- '' 1 i T Ii- f ' ' t i i-Ti i . -,' '-' ' Circuit in and For Santa Rosa
" -,. lI i fiF ' - l - _ ,, TI 'I ',',I County. Florid :. ;. Leh-
S ,061607, I :, F. Plain-
I - NO 1 ii :i-i 062307 ia.H , il ...-, . . l and
III.. -,1,-I .- I I.IFI' -, ', ri i flit TIM E 4 -l c . 6 /685 ;.-, ,: , . defendant(s), I
i - ' I' i -,F Ti i Z-Lbidder for cca'r -' i-I
I.I:n. .L- -'h.r " " , ._IttE F ia :I.. , Leg. 6/686 i,- ,rTTII F;-,- ,fT , ' ,,F 1Hi
; ,- i. 1- ,1 1.- ,- , i L . ' C, r - I.. f -rr .-.-_ ,_,!g. / 8 * - . . .. -
l u-iL^1,FI. ,"- i:" !i- l -",' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '-lii, - .i - i , ,
Fl:Ti . n i- l-hilii i_ . l , . i ii ITM iT i .iiJ._- I-it FOR SANTA ROSA :,.-. ' i:,l ,,.
Iefendans I .1 i , I: i '.:' i - H COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL i.-. t.,- -i :,
highest and best bidder for cash .-' ..o: "-i :. 't- ii h i Irl' DIVISION i t I -i. i. . .. , _,-
at Ihe North Front Door of the ". " -'. l.- : '1 i " t: -i . i, ,',' i, . ,
Santa Rc 1 C-,, - C.,i,, - :.. T i- l' 3 : c-- N ., , I, described property as set fortl
6865 S\ I : : l: -i i-1' - " - in said Final Judgment, to-wit
ton, FL ''-,, ' Santa Rosa
Counly, ' - 11:00 a.m. The date of first publication of -: '.i 'i , i-- - I i - F, -,i'
CST on ii- I'' 'lay ' I this notice is June 16th, 2007. * I t . II-. . lr Il i . i.. .. . ' - I .
2007 Ihe fo allowing I . . I . . I'- ".' I I - ' i ' ' ' ' ..
S ., lort in . . Attorney for Personal Represent- - . . -- - - -
i:, -, f,,-, 'm ent, o-wit: alive: ,I IH I .: * I i. I . ' . - . I ' , I ' ' I-i L,. i
/s/Curtis A. Golden l'''. -. - - - -
S - . - - ii A r F,-. , Golden' ji H _I i -

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Florida Bar No. 29605
P.O. Box 583
Bagda Florida 32530
Telephone: (850) 626-0134
Personal Representative:
/s/ Mary Helene McDonald

t-r. ' I POMPEY, et al.,


SAID - tr . i, I... , l-i, r. .I golden NOTICE IS HEREBY Cr AFTER THE SALE.
S t - .. r . I -t . i-.. suant to an Order o .........
r 1 1 - :-1 -J i' ,1 1. 1 1 , , . ' . ' Final I. J'i ... i of foreclosure F ,'-,i i rF '- F ' ' .ti "iTH
lu ll 't I 1 t F ii 'L 1 ' " daled i.',,. - 2007, and en. [. -ii , ,-. u-:,- . t :L
-, - i, - - ,F I I- I, 061607 tered in ' Case No. ,f -' ..., ,'11 ,' -' 'i. 1 I
-"in' . II lu- ii -it-T. 062307 572006CA001161X)XXXX of _.,o , i_,. . -ii-T .-I
,' mu ;rI - . 6 2-i7the Circuit Couri -. t, t, 1 -i -rluu- - , -iI

I you are a person with a disa- Leg. 6/685 - -l:'.--I. -"' - ,' : . : :,: ,
bitly who needs any accom- -F . - I - 1 - . I-
madation n n order to participate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF po I ,, n riln M. T -' itli - IIL'I ,
Pohpedy; Countrywmde ome rl.I:. -. IT IJ - -F -
in this proceeding, you are enti- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- pLo es, Inc.; Hidden Shores , -. -, ",- . -rI: . -,, :, -
tiedo a no cost to you, to the CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Homeowners Association Inc. '-,i-il- -IL II:
revision of certainassistance FOR SANTA ROSA ' ,t , Ti-ant No. I; Un' ,,, _-. :- 'F.i ,i-.- i,.-u
, , the Court Ot COUNTY .,, , .,i, No ?-and All -:1, 1,,- : '
. ." ", / fax GENERAL JURISDICTION Unknown . ........ ter -: . : - -
S .:8 within two (2 DIVISION esis By, I.. , ..... or
ysof your reipt CASE NO. 07-198-CA Against A i ,,.i.- : ,-.-, to
or voice mp: r ... ri0n t' his Action o aI- -'- CiAim- DATED at MILTON Florida this
Relay Servicee ', : : 770. TO,.,-r ,.,l'i, , -- T Ineres in to h- :. _:H, ein
-. , - r-i- i. .' ORT - re/ in I- .,, ,, I MARY HI 'I
DATED ,. ,i.- . Florida, on -.. - *,,-- " - - . ,1 the highest and best CLERK _r Tl ,. 1, ,iOURT
June 8, ' " r1 , , " bidder for cash at the North I.,,,- r .,, ,, , j
As Clerk Circuit Court - t. Courthouse, Milon,65 NORRIS
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL LESTER B. DUBOSE, et al., " at- a nta Rosa County :-, CLERKRIS
By: Brandy Norris Defendan (s). : . , 11:00 a.m. CST on -
As Deputy Clerk u j , of July. 2007, the . -.. i i I- iIff
SMITH I-HiT PI-- P.A NOTICEOF.E.ACTION 4 1 , Iescribe' I., .., F. 'u- rIIu. -- ii t 1-1I i I"
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Leg. 6/684 action for -.: 4 :r mort- , I. ; .,, ll i -I ill -i Leg. 6/688
gaIe on Cl.R: -T o. .j de- iT- ii U1-Ni'lll'. | IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FOR SANTA ROSA . PI'- i'l. IF,_i._-"ll II' , F'-l. IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
IN PLAT BOOK G PAGE 57 .fy ar1psni Cd S EIp ORGAN 3CA
'i cF r-TiTP OF HILDA M. OF THE PUBLIC RCORDSO Ifo are a person with a dis Jp MORGAN CHASE BANK,
1 I,!:,1 1. SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR- biuis who needs any accom-r N A
Deceased. IDA. TOGETHER W iTH A 2000 mnoation in order Io partici- PfNTIFF
WINDMERE DOUBLE-WIDE paled in this proceeding, you VS
NOTICE REITORS re entitled at no cost to you,
0L27096U/Title No to the provision of certain assis- " i:-I' I ml II I
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of Hilda M. McDonald, de- 10L27096X/Title No. at 850-623-0135 / lax i', I -. I I I'.TI- -l-Il'lll'
ceased, whose date of death 807510681); a/k/a 8906 Blue- 850-6264268 within Iwo (21 F" -i- -, i,-u ,u ",i" - I -*
was MaX 17, 2007 is pending bell Street, Milton, Florida working days of your receipt atl i. F " ,. I - I ,'
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Florida 32570. The names and copy of your written defenses, if June 8, 2007. ' i'-.... ii ., 'L
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June 16, 2007

1120 - 3110
Notice: Post Office Appliances Lerc
Positions Now Availa- Kenmore stacked
ble Avq. Pay S20/hour Washer and Dryer. Large
or $57K ........J.. . iclud- size excellent condition.
n Feder..' , . .i,'.and S200 995-8730 |
. Get your exam t ni
g ide now. l......
800709-9754 GE Range top white,
EXT 5799 USWA Fee excellent condition $100. Golt
Req. 995-8730 and
S 1160 3220 repa
Would the lady who -Sat
found Black r-'--,'r Glass table top
case @ CVS . i;..n 39,x78-$150 cash. 9oS
Pace on June 1 2th ' Sears chrome/silver big
please call 623-9133. screen TV stand-$150,
Leave name and phone ..... $375 Has Trea
number this time, please been in toraoge. Stati
995-0606 POwE

White Table with 4 teal
leather chairs on rollers

Monday June
st Milton in Hick-
- -- A -

ory HammocK Area.
Black & White Cal.

2100- Pets
2110 - Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
2140 - Pets/Livestock

A.K.C. Female Yorkie
uppy born 01/1 9/07
700. Vet & health certify
icates available.
For Sale - Two beautiful
Sun Conure parrots
comes with .: . o I.,
and food . , - ' , i
Poodle Puppies AKC
registered. Must see
beautiful babies, very
healthy, 1-male 1-female.
Apricot d coloring Call
now tlh- , 11 -
fast. . . : ' .. ;

... a.....
Black lab puppy free to
a ood home. 4 monthI
oldfermale 983-9270
Lab/Chow mix,
month old, male. Ener-
getic, q' r d with kids.
Blond .,iI. mascara'
markings. Free to a good
home only. 983-8765
Looking for a good home
for Nano. He is 11
weeks old bla.I rt
Very healthy. ' . -. - '
or 626-7370. Ask for
Mr. Mack or Emilia

12130 "
For Sale - Beautiful
horse. A4yr old Tennessee
Walker Paint, aerld d
$1200 983-1 -..
100% South African
Boer Billy Dual Re.
$300.00 626-9442

3100 - Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)

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Customer Service Personal Care/Service Miltto Milton Milton Pace
eI0I0A 2 S3oall electric

Part-time Runner
n eeded for busy law firm
in Milton. Hours are M-F
3340 11 am to 5pm. Some
-33-40 ...... heavy lifting involved.
Must have dependable
ubs Men's, ladies transportation. Refer-
s. 1-10 Garcon ences required. Fax Re-
rket, Exit 26, in sume to 850-623-3555
Iron sets, wood or mail to: Attn: Runner
Rivers, fairway Position P.O. Box 605
wedges and club Milton, FL 32572

lay 12-5pm
urday & Sunday Driver
:hez Golf Shop
admill, Air Strider *40
onary air bike. *$10.
er rider and Ab (Avera
,- 26000 Tract
-260-00; ence c
Call 8

$4UU (paoid $ UU,
dark wood coffee table & '
2 end tables $75, large
center $50 K 1

n- . Helpn Wantprt

Need Driver
e every night
per role
80 drop/pick up
ge 30 minutes)
or trailer experi-

Driver to deliver tires on
a daily route and work
warehouse in evenings
Mon-Fri. Must have valid
drivers license and pass
drqi.] te-t Starting pay
S. - will train.


Milton 4110 -Restaurants/Clubs GET MOVIN'
Estate Sale 4120-Sales 36-43cpm/$1.20pm
6368 Pansy Drive , 'i 4130 - Employment SiWn On Bonus $O Leas
Willard Norris) Tools: Information NEW Trucks CDL-A + 3
hand electric, compres- mos OTR
sor, )ush hog, pressure , (800)635-8669.
washer, chipper. Pecan
d i gro.-n ,n g
and ':.,.-,1-... -I - 41ODrivers
Freezer, W/D, recliners, .I
upholstered furniture, Administrative/Support . ,:. ,1,.p
quilts, knives along with ..-. ,i ,,,' -.l'* ,,b ly
whole house contents Administrative G l-
wholhosecntets. Assistant needed for Gyn company seeking
Practice in Milton, Full individual able to work
Milton time, excellent benefits as needed. Must have
Garage Sale on Sat and competitive salary aood driving record.
June 16th-6524 Hamilton Fax resume to Becky at Send resume to:
Bridge Rd. Big variety of 850-983-3546. Availa- 5201 Dogwood Drive
items. ble immediately. Milton 32570
____________________ Fax 626-6512

Multi-family yard sale.
5600 Northrop Rd.
8am till.

Yard Sale
1i ...i '16. 8am till
_7 .... :1, :h Bagdad
Furniture, collectables,
Barbies, tools, toys &
much more.

: 32SO _
All kinds of Tomatoes
All kinds of produce
when weather permits.

Double D Farms
Fresh produce and
peaches. Also available
our famous onions. Hwy
89 North at Allentown,
Florida. Closed Sundays.
983-6925 or 293-9752

Exercise equipment
Bicycle (Indoors), fold
away treadmill, Ab-Doer
personal exerciser. Phone

5200 Wati ;.: start
nerator - .II -r con-

2 burial plots at Memory
Park Garden of , ,:
Save $600 will .-il L.:.'!,
for $1600.
Call 623-6481.
Leave message.

New Hot Tub with 4
seats, and 2 faun ers.
$1500. Call: 501-0270

Pay Cash for junk cars
c i ,..- i . ..nn....... or not.
C- ' - or

1930s-1970s guitars,
$100- $25 00 paid!
S.. old Fender,
- ,L, . :. ; , ,.... Ep i-
phone & Gretsch. Will
be in area June 16th-
22nd Call today! Free
call 866-759-3585

The All New!



Assistant Posi-
tion Open
Must be proficient in
QuickBooks, Publisher,
etc. Must demonstrate
i,, e . , ,-,.:. - , of
c.'. -. . - ,-r .,,-i. com -
puter creativity, - ,i,,-,
,," ,'' " , -i ' _, , - -
ism and .'-d communi-
cations AJL.,ii, are a must.
Resumes must be deliv-
ered in person to: Pace
Area Chamber of Com-
merce. 4344 Hwy 90
Pace, FL 32571

Ambulance 911
Santa Rosa County
Operations Manage-
ment, Supervisors, FTOs,
EMTs, Paramedicscs.
EOE. Drug Free
or (850) 472-0189

Now Hiring OTR & Local
Drivers- New Equipment;
Great Benefits; Premium
Pay Package.
Call Oakley Transport,

IT RIGHT! Company
Sponsored CDL training
in 3 weeks. Must be 21.
Have CDL? Tuition reim-
bursement! CRST.

OTR drivers deserve
more pay and more
sometime! $.42/mile!
Home weekends and dur-
ing the weekly Run our
Florida Region! Heart-
land Express
(800)4 41-4953
www, heartlandexpfess.corn.

Art/Entertainment/Media Drivers:

Music Director For lively
Growing church. Warm,
growing community ori-
ented country church
needs a new Music Di-
rector to take our worship
to new level. Backed by
an enthusiastic choir and
strong congregation, this
part-time salaried posi-
tion calls for a talented
lead musician who loves
to praise the Lord with his
people. Current service
pattern at Chumuckla
united Methodist Church
is: Sunday: 9am Praise
Service, T 11am Tradi-
tional Service, 6pm Even-
ing Service, 7pm Choir
practice. Hours negotia-
ble- perhaps 5 hours per
week. Salary - $6,000
a1ll Pastor, Rev. Clive
Knights on 932-2510 or
e-mail cliveknighs@aool corn

Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up to
$900/wk. aome
weekends with TMC.
Company endorsed CDL
T r a i n i n g

Hard working
long term for growing
cleaning business.
Call 99 4-1785

I am looking for a
care giver to sit with my
mom in our home. Possi-
ble live in or shift work.
Call 983-8075 or


Hair stylist immediately
needed. Apply in person:
Looking Goo Salon
4455 Fwy 90, Pace.


Restaurant/Food Service
Needed Sous Chef,
Line Cooks, Servers for
Lunch and Dinner, gulf
view restaurant in
Grayton Beach. Call
231 0455

Help Wanted
Earn $800-$3200
Monthly to drive brand
new cars with ads placed
on them,


' I

5100 - Business
5110- Money to Lend


Have fun selling AVON
and making $$$. Call
Cathy @ 723-5061.
Must be 18yrs old with
driver's license.

Interested in
making money
with EBay?
Go to:

6100 - Business/
6110- Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home Lot
6180 - Outl l Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals

Pace, Great Space
Available. 1543sq ft. lo-
cated at 4342 Hwy 90,
Pace Fl 32571
850- 994-9633 (West
section of the Pace Area
Chamber of Commerce
':,;l...i $1,300 per
l- tax and V2 elec-
tric. Oc -"- Availa-
le C',,,, i,., i Call
Lloyd Hinote 516-6960


Business Opp/lnvestment MAINTENANCE :GA
GROWING Year round and full time
COMPANY position available for Milton
large assoc. in Destin.
needs help. Great pay & benefits. IBR end unit triplex with
Independent income op- Maintenance & pool exp. CH/A. Water, sewer,
portunity. a ph.,- Fax resume to *.'"*. ,, I d
Supplemental or Career 1 9', 15, apply in per- 4-' c .1 3 --,eat
Level Income. son 2936 Scenic Gulf neighbors! 5813
Support and Training. Dr., Destin or call Peachtree (Corner of
Free info. 837-7488- Assoc. Mgr. Deerborn & Peachtree, 1
1-800-210-3006 See our Job Posting online block off Stewart.) Drive
www.TheHomelncome ,,.-, 1 i -.L . i -:, by, leave message. .-I ir . . - 291-8088

2/BR 1/BA newly reno-
vated apartment
$525mo/$500dep. No
S,:I,;,-, ,,: pets. Just off
...i:.,T d 994-9391

I Milton

*3/2 Home 8959
Gristmill Way East Mil-
ton $950.
*3/2 Home 8408
Chisholm Rd. Pensa-
cola $850
*3/2 Home on Golf

brick home with privacy 3BD/2BA 1 car garage.
fence and major appli- $800mo/$500dep. No
ances. 1 year lease re- pets. Call for appt
quired Off Avalon near 994-7246
-10 $875/$450+$100
pet deposit. Call Les
994-7783 Leave mes-
sage not available. 4/2/2 Split FLP home
II .. I . .. . .I ..

$I6/B 28A0wat/erronst Course 5661 Trevino Milton
$600 mth$600deposit Dr., Milton $1,200 3BD/2BA brick home,
377-6787Cumbie Reay 2010sqft split floor plan
377-6787 *3/1 Home 6449 Sel- with living room,
lers Dr. Milton $750. dining room, breakfast
Milton nook, fireplace and
*3/1 Home 5416 Ca- covered front porch.
Small Efficiency Suitable mille Gardens Milton $1200/mth
for one person. $725. 850-305-9222
$500/mth includes all"3/1 Home 6460
utilities. Call: 981-9399 *3/1 Home 6460 Mon
$750. All new brick home for
Milton rent approx 1,450 Sq
1 Bed/I Bath total elec- Santa Rosa Realty Ft, 3BD/2BA, oversized
trick. Water & garbage 623-0077 garage fenced back
. ,r-..l.,1 d rNo _yard, all stainless steel
-. ,. .i- .8-, ,i-8 - -,t Mitn od 3' appliances, with refriger-
0/depsit 623-5697 ilton yr old, 3 br atr and W/D.
$82-17 2 ba, 2 cg1.400 st'Iyear lease (with Mili-
$850 mo. Realty one taryclause) $1,110mo
_H _E^ Services 244-5713 /$ ,100dep, noeps; 3
ETAS Milton minutes Milton,2 min-
Miton 2utes Pensacola.
200sf 6140 ] 850-267-0440 Home
Baqdad vaulted ceilings, large 615-957-8999 Cell
3BR/2BA for rent.Cen- kitchen, new carpet in
trial H/A, Ventura Blvd, quiet neihborhood. N Miltoro Village
ets $745/$745. Call Marlboro Village
,.: ,t~'$675dep 995-4831 3BD/2BA
850-957-4002 Milton $500mth/$500dep

2 Houses on Lake
3/2 on 10 acres with
barn. $1500/month
3/2 with large workshop
& pool $1300/month.
Discount if you would like
to rented both.
994-1989 or 712-5983

East Milton
Lease with option to buy.
4BR/3BA waterfront,
large yard and den with
fireplace. $1100 month.1
Call 982-5709

Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month. Call 994-5703

I. I Married___
(short-lived sitcom)
i. "The American
Crisis" pamphleteer
10. Handwriting spot,
14. Oil org.
15. Actor Flynn
16. Turkish regiment
17. Type of dream
18. __ Janeiro
19. Rive
.0. At all times, in
I1. Right on!
2. Stanzas
!4. NYC's Island
!6. "Smooth Operator"
!7. Upshot
!9. Meant
33. None omitted
14. Envious
15. The Lady_
(1941 film)
t6. Champagne color
t7. Desserts
18. Solar disk
19. Polo Grounds hero
50. Road worker
11. Motionless

3/BR 1/BA Hud ok.
$600/deposit. 6436
Gaynell. 981.9397
3BD/1 BA newly remod-
eled with den, dining
room or office, utility
room with w/d hookup,
fenced yard $875mo /
$875dep 4508 Elm Tree
Available June 16th
48D/2BA with pool &
clubhouse, 1/2 acre, off
Avalon. Price reduced to
$209,540 5851 West-
mont Rd. 2200sf. Call
Brenda 393-8804.

Blackwater New 3/2
waterview & access

Brick home with 2 bed-
rooms and 1 bath. Very
clean, very cute with
yard and carport off hwy
4 in Munson. Brand new
carpet appliances, paint,
counter tops and electri-
cal. Just like new! No
smokers or pets allowed
please. Very quiet,
peaceful area. 1 year
lease $350.00 deposit
and $625.00 per month
rent includes trash and
water. Please call
957-2221 or 572-1404.
Leave message if no

42. Like a graduate's cap
44. Bull sounds
45. Chime
46. Amid
47. Win over with charm
50. Group with a totem
51. Nav. rank
54. Reputation
55. Violinist Stern
57. Punkie or no-see-um
58. Marriage-ceremony
59. Stunt
60. " Miracle"
61. If not
62. Tugs
63. Nicholas, e.g.

1. Idiot
2. Andy Taylor's son
3. Acts as an agent
4. Sink a hole in one
5. Allow
6. March sign
7. Press clothes
8. Grow sleepy
9. Raises
10. Rabbit's hangout.
11. Dart players'
12. Highway unit

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Eye coverings
Biblical address
Lie in wait
Emulate Snidely
Provide more root
Musical set in
Tide and Wisk, e.g.
Chris of tennis
Fender mishaps
It raps up a sentence
Gaze narrowly
the ground
Cry of dismay
Animate hocus-
pocus prop
Graven image,.
Farm females
Bible's "marked"
Apollo agcy.
Play the lead
Mrs., in Malaga
Kin of vamoose

Found C
Found E
4th. Eas
-1 , wi

Case Manager - Escambia County
Ideal candidate will develop care plans with elder
individuals for services and monitor the quality and
effectiveness of services. $10.50/hr. + exc.. benefit
pkg. (including Tuition Reimbursement Program).
BA degree in social work or related field. Open
until filled. Print application from website
( or visit website to view job
description. Mail to P.O. Box 17066, Pens., FL
32522, fax 850-479-7986, deliver to 875 Royce
Street, Pensacola, FL. Consideration will only be
given to persons submitting completed agency
application and resume.
EOE (M/F/D/V) Drug Free Workplaceo

CITY OF MILTON - FT position. Wastewater
Treatment Plant - Plant Operator I or II. Minimum
License Reqs. State of FL Drivers license, Class
"A" CDL, w/ ability to obtain Tanker endorsement
w/in 6 rmos. of employment. State of Florida DEP
Class "C" Wastewater Certification, with ability to
obtain Florida DEP Class "C" Drinking Water
Certification. Immediate opening! Salary
$22,766.00 - $39,353.00 annually, depending on
qualifications. Generous benefits. Apply with
Landrum Staffing Services, 6723 Plantation Rd.,
Pens, or call (850) 476-5100. Applications will be
accepted through Monday, June 25, 2007.

ACCOUNTANT - City of Milton
CONTRACT POSITION - Salary $24K- $38K annually, (depending on qualifications & experience)
Excellent Benefits

Requirements: BS Degree with major in accounting, finance, business administration, or closely
related field and 3 yrs of progressively responsible accounting experience; or combination of
experience, education, & training. One year of government exp desirable. Knowledge of techni-
cal and professional principles and skills of accounting and automated accounting systems.
Regular 40 hr. week, Monday - Friday. Supervised by Chief Accountant.
Send resumes and cover letter to: City Clerk, City of Milton, P.O. Box 909, Milton, FL 32572,
through June 29, 2007. Please include copies of all licenses, certificates, diplomas, etc...
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r Laxe) non-smok ers.
redit check required.
At renters expense)
$1000/deposit 5342
En lish Oaks Dr..

Near Wal-Mart, 4668
Cyril Drive. 3/BR 2/BA,
1450 Square feet. Lease
$850 $600/deposit, ap-,
plication fee, references.,
Ask about rent .discount.

Pea Ridge
3BD/2BA, with pool,
on 1 acre by Wal-Mart,
clubhouse with cable &
electricity. Seller pays 1
yr warranty. Lease to buy
option available.
$197,000. 3974 Over-
look Circle. Call Brenda

Want to own
your own
Bad credit? Call: Cricket.

Mature working female'
to share home
3BR/1V/2BA with mother .
and daughter. Laundry
and kitchen privileges.
All utilities included.
S450/month with
100/deposit. Small
dog ok. Call 995-1125
or 463-4103




June 16, 2007

Share 3BD/2BA home
with CH/A utilities paid,
washer & dryer. Please
call in evenings
Milton MH
ALL utilities included, M
Electricity. Cable, DSL. v1
Downtown Milton, very 7/4
private 2 acres on creek. "N
Patio1 large fireplace, for- M
mal living room, dining, 7/A
private parking, all ce- 7"1
ment, circle drive, bar,
butcher block table. "N
Kitchen overlooking pa-
tio and creek, also ap- W
roved for ALL disabili-
ties. CH/A, furnished or
unfurnished. Linens,
TVs. microwave,
dishes. mailbox, small
appliances. Just bring |
clothes. $795+Dep. 1
or 2 bedrooms. BR
850-g83-8195 4/BR
n ~Rentin

Past Milton 66
Mobile home for rent.
Large ;,.,il- ie?
38D/ -I-' ., 4.Iiet coun-
try country acre. Non-
smokers only.
- .. ' /month references,
lease and deposit re- C
i . : minutes to 1-10 HC
%. l .'-9623 O
East Milton 4 br,
2BD/2BA mobile home own.
on private lot. $650mo & ^vw.,
Eost Milton
Doublewide 3/BR 2/BA
on 1.5 acres. $700/mth
$500/deposit. 9890
American Forms Rd.
Milton Traini
For R
2/BR 1/BA Private lot tars.
$500/mth $250/deposit with
Total Electric. No Pets ence
Bay Crest Realty. prize
994-7918 you c
Milton You \
.ust h
2/br 1/ba Water & Gar- be. It
bage furnished. No to rec
pets.$365/month 850-
$300/deposit email
Call 675-6614 admit
m. wi
Milton and p
2BR/2BA F&R total '""-"
1 -11 . s: East Gate - Il
I',' I ':- me Ranch. 850-3
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Milton behi
3BR/1BA furnished SharF
or unfurnished 2005 brouc
io 2006 Mobile Home,
total electric, no pets, to
East Gate Mobile Home Invest
Ranch. 626-8973
Well kept, quiet park.
',:.,' includes water, gar-
bage and lawn service.
No Pets.
2BR/1BAfor $425/mth,
2BR/2BA far $500/mth,
2BD/2BA for $375/mth.
all 255-7772 Home
�ace FR
1/BR Mobile Home in Don'
Park. $435/mth Kno
$200/deposit. Water & REPO
Garbage furnished. No avoic
Pets. 6531 Palamino your
Drive, Bay Crest Realty port
994-9178 mone
Pace bank
3/BR 2/BA 14x70 on 2204
private lot. Total Electric.
No Pets, $625/mth
$300/deposit. 3896
kedgend Creek Dr. Bay Milton
Crest Realty 994-7918
- ,-- 2BD/I
Springhill newBD/
Completely Furnished Call 99
or unfurnished 2004
trailer 14x70 3/BR
1/BA nice. In Springhill
community. 5 mi from Milton
Coldwater Riding Stables
& 8 miles from Whiting All br
Field back gate, on acre- back y
age adjacent to Black- de sac
water forest. No pets, two din
non- smoking environ- shingle
ment. $600mo heat &
$400dep. References Appoir
needed. 623-8920 626-71

Monroeville, AI. Rdwe
Hunting! Lease looking a
for additional members, d,
1285 acres just north of and
Monroeville, Al. Great plan.
deer & turkey hunting. Deck
15 food plots. $200initi- fork
action fee. Approx $1800 850
per year Family oriented d- ec
.Call 850-501-0273 or $19
850-393-9343 for infor- 329
nation. S

House for sale.
3BR/2BA beautifully
renovated. 1450 sf
$129,900 Call
994-0213 or 207-2691

Large waterfront
site. 3706 Andre
son. 220' road f
Beautiful views.
driveway, mature
well sprinkler
Scott Owne
Williams Realty

k- %Wmw For Sale Commercial
tProperty 1t5 acres down-
S 850town Milt9824501on

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o00! 6BR/4BA
$27,000! Stop
I More Homes
fr-. t^ ^ '�I n WnrIi

2 lots, DeFuniak
Springs. Rapidly growing
area $15,000 each.
Call 685-5784

:1... 1 .,U! Deer Country
' 783 Ext Land for sale off 41 on
Hwy 55/Travis Rd. 4-15
acres. 251-867-9155 or

3 ba, 2 cg, all
Rent, Buy, Rent-to-
850- 897-0072 or


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2BA Duplex,
renovated just off
Blvd. $110,000.

ick 3/2, large
ard, paved cul
roa , newer
mensional roof
es, new central
air, $122,000.
itment only

o 4 a edroom/2
home with fenced
cathedral ceilings
a split bedroom
This home is a
to see. Call Linda
-Deck Realty, Inc
our appointment.
626-07f1 Email:
900 MLS

June 23rd

Saturday * 9 a.m.


City of Pensacola

Photos & List at:
LgQ.ation: Ellyson Industrial Park, Pensacola,
1-10, Exit 13, N 25 ml. Full pay auction day,

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240 Road Frontage x
420 lot for sale off West
Spencerfield Rd. 3rd lot
behind Winn Dixie.
Zoned RM1 possible

home- Mobile Home 5208
,w Jack- Yancy 3/BR 2/BA, Large
rontae lot wth outside storage
Circular building Recently reno-
palms, vated. pprox 1 100
system, sqh. S56 500. Will con-
sewer. sider some owner financ-
Ryan ing.q Don Cumbie Realty
r/Agent 626-8959
Keller Trailer 40x24
2BD/2BA New kitchen &
bathroom cabinets, new
laminate, wood boor &
carpet, new A.C. & heat
9 3 ton unit,
vinyl siding, tin roof,
- :.-,o: includedd
iCall 675-0763

70x14 3 bedroom both
like new Zone 3 mobile
home $15,800 Call

East Milton
Five individual lots, five
mobile homes Four
rented with fifth partially
remedied. $2,500 a
month income.
$100,000. Contact
Mack Hamm 623-1159

3BD/2BA, just remod-
eled, all electric, CH&A
with water and garbage
included. $550/month
$400 deposit. Deposit
and !i2 months rent to
move in. 623-2567,
623-8753 or 623-4304.

Gulf Breeze
4 bedrooms 2 000sq
ft, with pool. Totally reno-
vated. Sellerpays clos-
in,. 994-1989 or
Lake Estelle area
^ ^, '.4 - i , ;th pool. To-
--11 .- - ,,: 01.- * -
Ganite pool. Seller pays
: 94-1989 or
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RWAcura Integra '91
$1,200! Only $44 /
Mo! Police Impounds
Timeshare for sale 1 Available from $29 /
hour from Disney Land. Mo! $0 down 36 months
Great vacation home. @ 19"' - F.-, I in,-,.
Call: Sonja Call :: " I .
850-944-7994 927f.

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HWY, 90 T 89 3 3 3481

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Convertible - 1978
u restored. Asking $7500
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Volkswagen Bug
restored. Asking $7500


Camaro '02, burnt or-
once color, power win-
dow's, CD/radio, tinted
windows, H/A plenty of
tread on tires. $10,000
kburns@cvm.msstate edu
Chevy El Camino '81.
Good car, will need
transmission work.
$1,500 worth of new
parts just installed.
Honda Accord EX
2002 V6, 2 dr 80K mi-
les. Fully loaded, must
see! $11,000. Call
I buy junk vehicles and
other miscellaneous
junks. 850-306-5397

Jeep Wrangler 1992
good condition $4,400
50-496-5482 or

Chevy pick-up 1970 350
Auto. Asking $1,600.00
Ford F-350, 1996 7.3
Diesel, 4 docr t?.l I
box...all the -,-li . -.,,
whistles and many other
extras. Call 995-0998

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2002 Honda
Shadow Spirit
1995 Chevrolet Hi h top 750
Conversion Van $2200. Mint condition, 19K mi-
120,000 miles, excellent les. $3550 obo. Call
condition. Automatic 546-0751
A/C Color TV Honda Shadow red
Must see to appreciate! 2006 with 2 106 miles
623-5566 $4,500 OB6.
Ford 2000. E-150 Hi-top 221-2522
conversion. Leather
captain's chairs, low
mileage, DVD/VHS/TV.
Call 995-0998
Ford Regency Protee' Oldsmobile 88 Roal,
2003 van with compile t1992 prt or
wheelchair mobility pack-front end 939-2628
age, power driver trans-
fer seat, captains seats,
dual A/C, full power,
color TV w/VCR &DVD,
CD and aux. battery sys-
tern. 11,000mi Bass Tracker 1990
626-5608 cell 18ft boat with 110
206-2357 Evinrude and galvanized
____J__________ trailer. 393-8742 or
Ford Windstar-1997 with 982-0139
A/C $3,200.00
Call 995-2587

SSeadoo Challenger
I ----.: 1800 twin engine jet
- - boat. 1998 lie new low
Commerical Shop Equip- hours $8900. Call
ment 712-1010
5HP Delta Table Saw
with 10 inch blade with
Biesemeyer Fence. 5HP
Northwaod shaper with
2 sets of raised panel i Ti Arrow
bits. 13 inch Rockwell Tago
planer. Must sell 1 or all. 1989
Make an offer. Good Condition. Call
332-0137 Donnie 994-7918


Totally Clean
For All Your Cleaning Needs
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850-380-3246 or

Parts & Service
Racing Supplies
Welding All Types
High Temp Pressure Washing
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981-2484 981-2479
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Full liai.-al recOrCJling studiiO
: all I:,r .- ji,:lrni rime , -rn.:l rale
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Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service
From trimming to tractor work
Bushticthogging - Dirln Wort
Clean-ups - Raking
Hauling - Mowing
iRead .,.r blre es_:l , -- Free Esm-irnmar e
(850) 623-0493
Cell- 485-7977
\-. Licensed & Insured /
r . ._. o G ssw as w s^ ^ ^ - �-s .ssmr~^qy

K & N Lawn Service!

~Mo wing-Edging

' Debri Removal
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:6IB ...,..* � :. -L & W LAWN
All Types of Fences
New Ir.iatin.,,-,: ._- Rr DIR[ CHEEP -Mowing-Trimming-Raking
Specializing in Privacy Fences *Hauling-Sod-Pressure Washing
i .ur pr -:, i .:r,,- : -:,r- I.uii r, SCREWS ; Cleaning Service
, , ' '-" We Furnish Supplies Commercial & Residential

485-2532 Senior Discount with Ad Licensed & Insured
Homes * Condos * Offices 850-983-6858
S850-384-2388 Cell: 850-516-5143

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Backhoe Work
Stump & Tree Removal
Hurricane Clean-up
Dirt Work
['Nc.: J.:, T. Big .o r Small
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Cement Mason

Patios - Driveways - Waks
I E' liniales Qualily work
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Home improvements
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Free Estiniates
25 Years Experience
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6593 Caroline Street in Milton
_ 850-623-475. .,/

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Interior ~ Exterior - Residential
-Dry Wall - Pressure Cleaning
- Wallpapering - Carpentry Work
P Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 ~ 623-6034
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LJr l:- iV _I i Interior & Exterior
Land Clearing, and all tractor, : Painting
dozer, and related services *Trim Work
S ,, -Pressure Washing i
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Cell: (850) 261-8407 En_ t11l Bi,',anLeber.r 1 "'rvaho :' -

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*Alterations *Ouills -Embroidery
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