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LJune 27. 2007


Trial begins

Woman allegedly killed after man

offers to pay for drugs with check


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell @srpressgazette.com
Today, the trial began for
Christopher Ronald Ard,
Milton, accused of killing a
woman delivering illegal
drugs to his house.
Ard who was charged with
one felony count of 2nd
degree murder with a firearm
or weapon and one felony
count of 3rd degree murder
with a weapon for a stabbing
incident that happened on
August 4 of last year.
According to the police
report, Ard said he had
ordered $300 worth of crack
cocaine from Donzaliegh
Patterson. Ard said the crack
cocaine was delivered by an
unknown black female.
Reports say Ard asked if
he could write the woman a
personal check for the crack
cocaine, and according to Ard,


According to the pirates:
"It's that time of year - a time
when men forget to shave and
women begin to look at cloth-
ing that favors Black, Red and
Gold. The 'mullet' hairdo
suddenly comes back into
style and the barbers in town
have. a hard time understand-
ing why everyone wants their
haircut to look like it was cut
with a chainsaw.
"The children of Mill
Town are also a busy lot. They
are collecting their candy and
stuffing the treasure chest in
an effort to guard it against the
much-anticipated arrival of
Blackwater Bones and his
fearsome pyrate crew. The
magic is back in Historic
Downtown Mill Town for our
favorite event -'Riverfest' !"
With the annual Riverfest
celebration in downtown
Milton just a few weeks away,
area residents can almost taste
the food and hear the sounds
of fireworks booming in the
nighttime sky.
Tom Scott, chairmen for
this year's event, is hopeful for
an increase in turnout. "Last
year was the first year for the
expanded event. We expect a
much bigger crowd this
year.. .it has become kind of a
destination for people for the
4th of July." According to
Scott, last year's event drew
roughly 5,000 people, and he
is expecting roughly 6,000 for
this year's event.
For the second straight
year, tied to the pirate inva-
sion, there will be a treasure
hunt with clues to the booty's
whereabouts currently being
published.
The clues are available,
among other places, in the

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the woman got mad and
charged him.
Ard told officers the
woman punched him. The
police report states Ard he
punched the woman and
grabbed a knife from the
counter.
Ard allegedly said he
stabbed the woman and after
that he said that everything
became a blur.
Ard told officers when he
realized what had happened,
he saw the woman laying on
the floor bleeding.
The woman was pro-
nounced dead by a Rural
Metro Paramedic and Ard was
arrested and taken to the Santa
Rosa County Jail.
The incident occurred at a
home on Park Ave.
AJury selection was held
on Tuesday. The trial is
expected to begin immediate-


Press Gazette, on the website
at www.srpressgazette.com,
and on the Santa Rosa County
Chamber of Commerce web-
site located at www.srccham-
ber.com
Scott says if the treasure
is not found by July 3, it will
mysteriously appear amongst
the Riverfest guests on July 4.
For those hoping to plun-
der the treasure chest that has
been hidden, the Press-
Gazette can reveal some of
the contents hidden inside.
According to Donna
Tucker, Executive Director of
the Santa Rosa Chamber of
Commerce, the "booty"
inside the treasure chest will
include, but is not limited to,
the following:
* eight sterling silver
Blackwater Pirate Dublooms
compliments of Santa Rosa
Jewelers.
* Numerous gift certifi-
cates from local merchants.
According to Scott, many
more items will be included
in the treasure chest.
Among the events hap-
pening throughout the day
include the Great Milton
Duck Race, the Chitty-Bang
Parade, and the Celebration
Boat Parade. According to
Scott, the Duck Race will
have cash prices... $500 for
1st, $100 for 2nd, and $50 for
3rd, and consolation prizes
for the next five ducks. The
Chitty-Bang Parade will have
jack and jack stand set for 1st
and gift certificates for 2nd
and 3rd. The Celebration Boat
Parade will have cash prizes.
Local businesses will also
be showcasing their items to
the Riverfest. Marine Max in
Pensacola will be bringing in
boats, and Milton Chevrolet
will be putting out new cars in
different places.
The most solemn part of
the day will be the Military
Salute at 6 p.m., which will
feature Shon Donovan
singing the words to "Taps",
and will conclude with a 21
gun salute performed by the
Florida Living History Group.
The celebration will be
capped off by the annual fire-
works display (weather per-
mitting), over the river.
Navarre's Funfest cele-
bration begins Saturday
morning and goes through
Sunday.
A banquet for donors
only is being held on Friday.


Ross Kelly fishes for mullet in Escambia Bay near Floridatown with a casting net Friday evening. Kelly ana iroy uawson rusneu outui
go fishing. At the last minute they forgot their mullet net and had to use Dawson's pockets to hold any fish he caught while wading
into the bay or fishing from the remains of a pier along Highway 90 as Kelly is shown here.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin



'MySpace' helps cops find robber


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Deputies made an
arrest after responding to a
hold-up alarm at the
TCBY/New York Burrito
located at 4861 West
Spencerfield Road in Pace.
The teen arrested in the
crime reportedly posted a
photo of himself on the popu-
lar social website MySpace,
holding the weapon used in
the crime.

Police hunt

for assailant

By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.com
A Milton woman was
assaulted as she tried to
retrieve a pair of stolen bicy-
cles.
Elizabeth St. Germaine,
50, was taken to Santa Rosa
Medical Center after being
punched in the face. She
allegedly suffered damage to
her face and eyes.
St. Germaine, who went
with her daughter Elizabeth
Taylor, 30, to Georgetown
Estates looking for a pair of
stolen bikes reportedly found
two black males riding them.
Witness testimony from
the scene obtained by law
enforcement vary, but did
agree one of the two black
males riding the bikes
punched St. Germaine.
When officers arrived at
the scene they discovered two
bicycles lying in the middle of
Queen St. and several large
areas of the street covered in
blood.
Officers also say discov-
ered a wooden bat on the side
of the street and a pair of bro-
ken glasses lying in the street.
One has a thick Mohawk
with shaved sides who was
wearing a white tank top, dark
blue jeans and brown boots
standing approximately 5-feet,
11 inches tall.
The other suspect has
short hair and dark skin wear-
ing a black tank top, dark blue
jeans with a muscular build
standing 6-feet, 1 inch.
A pending charge of third
degree battery is involved with
this case stemming from the
assault against St. Germaine.
The Sheriff's office K-9
unit was not available upon
request of Milton Police.


Deputies arrived at the
scene Friday and were told
that there had been a robbery
and the suspect fired off a
large caliber semi-automatic
l ir.l A.n ini 'e the store..
The suspect, later identi-
fied as 19 year old David
Chapell Dixon from Pace,
reportedly entered the store
and demanded all of the
money, then fired one round
from his handgun into the ceil-
ing. Reports say he told
employees to not look at him
or he would kill them.
Employees reportedly com-
plied with Dixon who fled
with an undisclosed amount of
money. He was described as a
white male wearing a red shirt,
blue shorts, and white shoes.


A perimeter was set-up in
the area by numerous law
enforcement officers to con-
tain the suspect within the
area. Deputy Jackson and his
K-9 Banja, Fl.,kid i Highway
Patrol, Milton Police
Department, and Escambia
County Sheriff's Office Air
One also arrived to assist in
locating Dixon.
During the investigation,
one of the victims recognized
Dixon as being the boyfriend
of a former employee of the
business. The victim stated
that his name was "David" and
she had only seen him a few
times. Investigators were then
able to locate the former
employee's "Myspace" page,
in which Dixon was in her


number one friend slot.
Photographs on Dixon's site
showed him holding a large
caliber semi-automatic hand-
gun. The employees were able
to identify Dixon through a
photo line-up.
It was also determined
that the former employee,
Dixon's girlfriend, used to
walk to work and lived in the
immediate area. After further
investigation, it was revealed
that the location was in the
4800 block of Lynn Drive,
which is only a few blocks
away from TCBY/New York
Burrito. A large number of
deputies responded to the resi-
dence. Dixon was arrested and
taken to the Santa Rosa
County jail.


Mother arrested one year


after skeletal remains found


In June 2006, the skeletal
remains of a 17-year-old girl
were found in Santa Rosa
County
Following an investiga-
tion, the Okaloosa County
Sheriffs Office issued a war-
rant for the arrest of 43-year
old Anita Sue Pinto-Aguilar
on a charge of tampering with
evidence and later, for unlaw-
ful flight to avoid prosecution.
Pinto-Aguilar is the moth-
er of 17-year old Amber
Nicole Rohwedder. Pinto-
Aguilar first reported her
daughter as a runaway on June
2nd. The teen's skeletal
remains were found in Santa
Rosa County June 21st.
Investigators were also
looking for Pinto-Aguilar's
husband, Jose Pinto-Aguilar,
35 to 40 years of age, on a vio-
lation of probation charge for
battery and domestic violence.
She was caught nearly a
year later in Honduras by
Diplomatic Security and
returned Friday in Connection
with her daughter's Homicide,
according to Okaloosa
Sheriffs Officials. She was
"nabbed in the U.S. Embassy."
The following official
statement was offered:
Fugitive Anita Sue Pinto-
Aguilar was arrested in
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, by
local authorities June 20,
2007, after being detained by
Diplomatic Security (DS) spe-
cial agents at the U.S.


Embassy.
She is wanted in
Okaloosa County, in connec-
tion with the homicide of her
17-year-old daughter in June
2006.
A warrant was issued for
Unlawful Flight to Avoid
Prosecution after Pinto-
Aguilar fled while being
investigated on charges of
tampering with evidence.
Pinto-Aguilar submitted
a U.S. passport application in
San Pedro Sula, Honduras,
and upon normal procedural
review, alert Consular author-
ities noted she was of law
enforcement interest.
When she came to the
Tegucigalpa U.S. Embassy to
pick up her passport,
Diplomatic Security held her
for the local authorities.
She was charged with
immigration violations in
Honduras and transported
back to Miami today where
she is awaiting transfer to
Okaloosa County.
Featured on Florida's
"Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers" and the national
program "America's Most
Wanted," Pinto-Aguilar was
believed to have been hiding
in the U.S. Southwest.
Army Rangers were con-
ducting exercises at Eglin Air
Force Base las tJune when
they found a skeleton on the
base's western edge.
The Rangers summoned


Anita Sue
Pinto-Aguilar
Santa Rosa Sheriff's deputies
to investigate.
The deputies searched the
area off Highway 87 near
Boiling Creek, agreed the find
appeared to be a human skele-
ton and called for crime scene
technicians to come to the
location for further investiga-
tion.
The crime scene techni-
cians spent much of the day
going over the scene looking
for clues they hoped would
lead them to answers about
how the skeleton ended up at
the site.
The remains were later
identified as Rohwedder.
Okaloosa and Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's officials
worked together in the investi-
gation. Evidence led them to
the victim's mother and step-
father.


Chamber prepares


for treasure hunt














Obituaries


SPEAK OUT


Alford,
Alfred Joseph
"Josh" "Hunter"
Alfred Joseph "Josh"
"Hunter" Alford, age 70, of
Gulf Breeze, FL, died
Tuesday, June 19, 2007 at his
home.
Josh was a life long resi-
dent of the Holley/Navarre
and Gulf Breeze area. Josh
was an avid fisherman and of
the Baptist faith
Preceding Josh in death,
were his parents-Joe and Ira
Alford; sister-Victoria
Stafford.
Survivors include his
brothers-Thomas Ray
"Buddy" Alford, Henry Fulton
"Goat" Alford, and Willie Earl
"Old Man" Alford; sisters-
Charlottte Mae Hudnell, Carol
Deloris Andrews and Brenda
Earline Anderson, several
nieces, nephews and friends.
Graveside services were
held at 2 p.m., Saturday, June
23, 2007 in the Holley Point
Cemetery with Rev. Bama
Jordan officiating.
Lewis Funeral Home
Navarre Chapel, 7794 Navarre
Parkway, was in charge of
arrangements.


Sunday, 1:23 p.m.
This is a concerned parent,
taxpayer and voter. In refer-
ence to the recent article about
the cuts in the school resource
officer program, I feel it is a
huge mistake. What is more
important than our children's
and grandchildren's safety?
This is the last place where
cuts should be made. Learning
cannot be done unless it's a
safe environment to learn in. It
doesn't matter how well your
child reads or how well your
child does math if they don't
come home safe. They should
be our number one priority.


Sunday, 10 a.m.
My subject is Santa Rosa
County public transportation
for our people who can't drive
but are very coherent; our
wonderful individuals who
have lost a limb or have trou-
ble seeing or citizens with
severe arthritis. These people
I'm talking about are hard-
working citizens who paid
taxes all their life. They also
need to visit their doctor when
necessary. We need to hire
decent people who are
licensed, bonded, and drug
tested-and offer them a
decent wage. The key word is
decent wage. Our county
needs to place our money in
this very important area that
our previous taxpayers and
workers are respectably need-
ing. Please. We need more
transportation vehicle, espe-
cially in Milton. Wake up
Milton City Hall. We need
some respectable help-and
don't gouge us.

Saturday, 2:24 p.m.
This is BJ. I was just won-
dering if the county commis-
sioners have their own agenda.
Undoubtedly they do. We need
to think about this the next
time we vote. Let's vote
Pensacola commissioners out.

Thursday, 5:22 pm.
Hey Jim. Please come
back to the Press Gazette and
take over those want ads. They
have gone to the firey place. I
don't know how anyone would
want to put an ad in there like
that. I used to read every page.
But on Wednesday the 20, I
decided I just couldn't ruin my
eyes. This is Paul.

Thursday, 6:12 p.m.
The State officials who are
trying to give a break on
homeowner's taxes just want
to get re-elected. They don't
want an entire state mad at
them when the next election
comes. Thank you.

Friday 8:02 a.m.
Over and over, people are
killed when they don't put on
their seatbelt. I don't under-
stand this. Strapping into your
seat keeps you from flying
from the car when it gets hit
by someone. Just like .those
two girls last week, you might
be innocent, but still get hurt
or killed. You never know
when a drunk is going to
smash into your car. Put on
your seatbelt people. And
don't drink and drive. This is
serious business.


Wednesday, 2:23 p.m.
Hey this is Debbie. Did
you all forget to put the
Sheriff's Report names in big
bold black letters for people
like me it is hard to read?
Please put them in big bold
black letters.

Wednesday, 2:09 p.m.
This is Gary. I don't know,
maybe it just me. The other
day I bought gas in Pensacola
last week for $2.70 a gallon.
Every station in Milton was
the same price at $2.93 a gal-
lon. Do we not have any price
competition here in Milton?
Thank you.

Wednesday, 1:41 p.m.
Yes, this is Alice. I have
been wondering for quite a
while why the people that own
Tomahawk Landing business,
why these people are allowed
to use the side of the public
highway, which belongs to the
taxpayers, as their parking
space. I don't understand why
they can block the view of the
bridge as you are going down
Munson Highway. A child can
run out and be hit. It is a very
dangerous situation. The law
is aware of the situation
because I have called several
times. Why are they allowed
to haul their cancers in an
open truck, which is against
the law, from one area to the
next? I have talked to one offi-
cer about this and he said they
are waiting down the road to
catch the drunk people. I just
don't understand why these
people have special privileges
that other people don't have.
Thank you.

Wednesday, 12:52 p.m.
Hi this is Roberta. I am
calling about the news article
the other day concerning a
murder. When a man was liv-
ing with his mother-in-law.
Anyway I think the reporter
could have omitted the specif-
ic method of murder so that it
didn't give someone an idea.
We live in a crazy time. Thank
you very much.

Monday, 4:35 p.m.
This is David. I just want-
ed to know if someone is
going to check in to see where
that .young boy that killed
those two girls in the accident,
who bought the beer for him
because he was under age at
19. I would like to see some-
one follow up on that. Thank
you. .

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


11 - 11:30 a.m. Precision Martial Arts Demonstration
(On Stage)
2 - 4 p.m. Live Music by Zoe Fronheiser
4 - 6 p.m. Live Music by Mystic Springs
5 - 7 p.m. 99.9 Rock Live Remote
7 - 9 p.m. Live Music by Georgia Satellites
9 - 9:30 p.m. Fire Works over the beach

Sunday, July 1st

7 a.mi.
5k Run (Start behind Region's Bank)

Awards/Entertainment/refreshments immediately following the
race in Navarre Park Main pavilion

Entertainment By: Zoe Fronheiser


10 a.m.
Fun Fest Opens
10 a.m.
Trailer Parking
11 - 11:30 a.m.
11 - 7 p.m.
Noon
through 5 p.m.
12 - 2 p.m.
5 p.m.


Corporate Challenge on the Sound near Boat

Martial Arts America Demonstration
Live Music via Cocodrie's deck
Shuttle Service starts and runs

Coast 93.3 Live Remote
FunFest closes/Shuttle service ends.


Information: 850-939-3267 or www.navarrechamber.com


B ames,
Ruth F.
Ruth F. Barnes, age 62, of
Pace, passed away on
Thursday, June 21, 2007. Mrs.
Barnes was bom in Laurel,
Mississippi and had resided in
the Pace area for many years.
She was an avid seamstress.
She was preceded in death
by a son-Darren Barnes, and
her parents-Hardee Lamar
Freeman and Myrtle Ball.
Mrs. Barnes is survived by
her husband of almost 42
years-Jack Aubrey Barnes;
two sons-DuWayne (Jean)
Barnes of Pace, and Rev.
Mitchel (Cynthia) Barnes of
New York; a daughter-
Bunny (Rev. Mike) Poston;
two sisters-Rebecca Zepp of
Pace, and Hilda (Dale) Harger
of Biloxi, MS.; five grandchil-
dren-April Lynn Quintana,
Ashley Cecilia Barnes,
Hannah LeeAnn Barnes,
Sarah Ruth Barnes, and
Jonathan Michael Poston.
Graveside Funeral
Services for Mrs. Barnes was
held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June
24, 2007 at the Sweetwater
Missionary Baptist Church
Cemetery in Leaksville, MS.
Pallbearers will be Gerald
Kelly, Gerald King, Matthew
Zepp, Ronald Mears, Greg
Broxson, Jeremy Mears, and
Jeremy Broxson.
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments. The family requested
that in lieu of flowers, mone-
tary contributions toward
funeral expenses would be
greatly appreciated.


Instant Piano

for hopelessly

busy people

Have you always wanted
to play the piano but just don't
have time for lessons?
This could be your lucky
day.
A beginning class in chord
piano, where in one session
students will learn all the
chords needed to play any pop
song, any style, any key, read-
ing chord symbols, not notes.
They'll also learn how to
embellish songs using the
secrets and magical shortcuts
of professional piano players.
Prerequisite: If students
don't know treble clef, they
can send a SASE for a free
pamphlet to Music Masters,
90 Molly Lane, Ringgold, GA
30736. Then they can enroll
with confidence. To register,
call 850-484-1797.
Class time is July 18, 2007
from 6 to 9:30 p.m.


Ruh1man,
Lily Mae
Lily Mae Ruhlman, of
Eustis, FL, formerly of
Hadley, PA, passed away at
10:27 p.m., Friday, June 22,
2007, at the age of 84, sur-
rounded by her family at
Florida Hospital Waterman,
Eustis, FL.
She was born in Salem
Twp, Mercer County, PA to
the late Raymond and Sylvia
Riley. On October 14, 1940,
she married Wayne A.
Ruhlman. They shared
approximately 53 years and
had two children-Charlotte
Knauff and Larry Ruhlman.
She was a homemaker
who loved her family and
loved her Lord. She was an
active member of Navarre
Chapel Independent Baptist
Church and of the Senior
Citizen Organization, in
Navarre, FL.
Mrs. Ruhlman is preceded
in death by her husband-
Wayne; her daughter-
Charlotte; brother-Homer L.
Riley; and a half-brother-
Floyd Stevens.
Mrs. Ruhlman is survived
by her son-Larry Ruhlman
and his wife Freda, of
Atlantic, PA; her son-in-law,
Erwin Knauff and his wife
Audrey of Fruitland Park, FL;
four grandchildren-Cheryl
Knauff DeMaio of Clermont,
FL, Ronald Knauff of
Navarre, FL, Eric RuhIman
and Jennifer Ruhlman Gross
of Atlantic, PA; and nine
great-grandchildren. She is
also survived by two sisters-
Barbara Kingen and her hus-
band Gary of Weeki Wachee,
FL, and Joyce Kaltenbaugh, of
Clarks Mills, PA; and five
brothers, Robert "Red" Riley
and his wife Barbara, and
Victor Riley and his wife
Marian of Greenville, PA,
Walter Riley arid his wife
Betty, of Port Richey, FL,
Dale Riley and his wife
Delores, of Ashtabula, OH,
and Wilbur Riley and his wife
Wanda of Spring Hill, FL.
Visitation will be at 10
a.m., Wednesday, June 27,
2007, at Lewis Funeral Home
in Navarre, FL. Funeral serv-
ice will begin at 1:15, same
day of visitation. Burial will
follow at Barrancas National
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.


Saturday, June 30th
9 - 10 a.m. Bingo under the Main Tent

10 a.m. Fun Fest Opens

Shuttle Service begins/runs through 11 p.m.


Navarre Fun Fest


2007 is Saturday
'The Fourth of July celebration begins Saturday in Santa
Rosa County. The Navarre Fun Fest starts the festivities
Saturday. The schedule is as follows:


Friday, June 29th
6 - 8 p.m. Sponsor Kick-off Party (by invitation)


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Thomas,
Charles Ray
1934-2007
Charles Ray Thomas, of
the Allentown community,
died Thursday, June 21, 2007.
He was a retired business
owner of Big T Restaurant and
Tastee Freez.
He is preceded in death by
his parents-Charles and
Blanche Thomas; his son-
Kenneth Thomas, and his
brother-Rex Thomas.
He is survived by his four
children-Kathleen (Dennis)
Flinn, Karen Wilkerson-
Hicks, Dennis (Terri) Thomas,
Kimberly (Michael) Dozier;
10 grandchildren; 4 great-
grandchildren; 2 brothers-
Grover Thomas and James
Thomas; 2 sisters-Maureen
McLaughlin and Mary
Lemonis; 1 special sister-in-
law-Ann Thomas; and one
special friend-LaNelle
Thomas.
Visitation was Sunday,
June 24, 2007 at Jay Funeral
Home from 5 to 8 p.m.
Funeral services were 2
p.m., Monday, June 25, 2007,
with Rev. Wayne Stevens offi-
ciating at the Jay Funeral
Home. A graveside service
was in Pineview Methodist
Church Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily requested memorial contri-
butions be made to Covenant
Hospice, 5041 N. 12th
Avenue, Pensacola, FL 32504
A heart felt gratitude goes
to Covenant Hospice, Baptist
Hospital, Dr. Thomas Tan, and
Fran Harrison.


Bullride


will help


Hospice

Tickets are on sale now for
the Wal-Mart Blue Jeans &
BBQ Festival and Bull Riding
Competition held from 6:00
p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Saturday,
July 14 at Hayes Ranch, locat-
ed at 5097 Berryhill Rd. in
Milton. Tickets to the event
are only $15 and children 12
and under are free.
Blue Jeans & BBQ will
offer a festival with food and
entertainment for the whole
family including a Kiddie
Korral with children's games
and activities. The highlight
of the festival will be a bull
riding competition, which
begins at 8:00 p.m. Proceeds
from the event will benefit
Covenant Hospice, allowing
the not-for-profit organization
to continue to provide com-
passionate care to terminally
ill patients and their families.
Tickets for Blues Jeans
and BBQ are available at the
gate, or by calling 438-9714.
For more information about
the festival or for sponsorship
opportunities, contact Mandy
Rigsby at 438-9714.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization
dedicated to providing com-
prehensive, compassionate
services to patients and loved
ones during times of life-limit-
ing illnesses.
Hospice works in families
suffering a terminal illness.


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May 18, to May 24, 2007
Ballow, Kamen Richard;
Male; 26; 9248 Sunset Dr.,
Navarre, FL; Reckless driving
1st off, Operate Motor Vehicle
W/O Valid License, Battery-
Touch or Strike, Kidnap-False
Imprisonment-Adult, Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. 5/18/07
Blackwell, Brent Wheeler;
Male; 27; 3985 Thornton,
Pace; Fraud-Swindle Obtain
Property Under $20,000.
5/19/07
Buchanan, Lisa Ann-
Marie; Female; 35; 7266
Falcon Park Ct., Milton;
Dru gs - Possess
Methamphetamine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
Conservation-Animals-Cause
Cruel Death Pain and
StlitotinI. Amphetamine-
Traffic or Methamphetamine
14 grams or over, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use,
Drugs-Possess Listed
Chl :ni'.tl Wit Manufacture
Cntrl Subs. 5/19/07
Howard, Decameron
Terante: Male; 22; 346
Woodhamr Ct. F. Walton, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5'11817
Kimmons. Steven Earl;
M.kc: 43; 4237 Elvis Presley
Dr., Milton; Larc -Theft is
_3.10t or More But Less Than
$5,000. Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/20/07
Lamb, Daniel David;
Male; 23; 5124 Bodega Dr.,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony; 5/18/07
Mezick, Jessica Christine;
Female; 30; 8665 Fortune Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/19/07
Morgan, Gregory Martin;
Male; 39; 7965 Malone Rd,
Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness
Informant. 5/18/07
Penick, Gary Randall;
Male; 44; 5850 East Milton
Rd, Milton; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice. 5/18/07
Porter, Bradford Bryan;
Male; 32; 301 Wimico Circle,
Destin; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/18/07,
Roache, Joseph Darin;
Male; 36; 4488 -Rice Rd,
Milton; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 5/20/07
Scheibe, Dustin Michael;
Male; 27; 4311 Magnolia
Oaks St, Pace; Fraud-
Swindle-Obtain Property
Under $20,000, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000, Larc-Petit 1st Off,
Forgery of Alter Public
Record Certificate Etc. (15
cts.), Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (17 cts.), Pass
Forged Altered Instrument.
5/18/07
Scott, Eric Stephen; Male;
42; 6711 Camelot Rd, Milton;
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription
(81 cts.).
Trippe, Benjamin; Male;
24; 6609 Hinote St, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/19/07
Vice, Alisha Nicole;
Female; 22; 7208 Bogey Ln,
Milton; Cruelty Toward Child
Abuse Causes Great Bodily
Harm Disability (2 cts.),
Neglect Child-Cause Great
Harm. 5/18/07
Vowell, Jr., Rocky Lee;
Male; 21; 9853 Bridlewood
Road, Pensacola; Resist
Officer-Flee Elude LEO with
Lights Siren Active, Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Possess Cocaine,
Evidence-Destroying Tamper
W/or Fabricate Physical.
5/20/07
Carnley, Larry Wayne;
Male; 36; 8407 Hitchcock
Drive, Peniatol.t; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
5/19/07
Coffey, Steven Eugene;
Male: 46; 5464 Holley St,


Milton; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
3rd Violation W/In 10 Yrs.,
Violate Restrictions Placed on
Driver's License. 5/19/07
Frye, Kenneth Eugene;
Male; 21; 4587 Mott Rd,
Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use,
Cocaine Possess W/Intent to
Sell Mfg Deliv Etc Schedule II
(2 cts.). 5/18/07
Jackson, Jared Michael;
Male; 17; 10000 Jeno Rd,
Milton, FL; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Narcotic Equip-Possess and
Or Use. 5/20/07
Morgan, Gregory Martin;
Male; 39; 7985 Malone Rd,
Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness
Informant. 5/18/07
Humberson, Karl Edward;
Male; 30; 6 Fontana Court,
Durham, NC; DUI. 5/20/07
Spalla, Bernadine Rae;
Female; 53; 1443 Tiger lake
Dr, Gulf Breeze, DUI. 5/18/07
Roland, Jesse Dale; Male;
42; 6200 Brice St., Milton;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 5/18/07
Abram, Lauren Elizabeth;
Female; 25; 9608 Hwy. 89,
Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike, Battery On Persons 65
years or Age or Older. 5/21/07
George, Daniel Laray;
Male; 20; 99899 Indian Ford
Rd, Pace; Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 5/21/07
Nenadal, Jeffrey; Male;
34; 3964 Paradise Bay Dr.,
Gulf Breeze; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Obstructing Justice-Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict Witness
Informant. 5/20/07
Prescott, Allen Wayne;
Male; 29; 1002 East 13th,
Jacksonville; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/21/07
White, Steven Kent; Male;
50; 4505 Montpellier Dr,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/21/07
. .. Buckhalter, Jr., Thomas
Leon; Male; 24; 500 Fairfield
Dr, Pensacola; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
5/21/07
Solis, Yony; Male; 16;
6774 Harvell St., Milton;
Possess Cocaine. 5/21/07
Spicer, George Wreath;
Male; 23; 9551 American
Farms Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/21/07
Wiegand, Daniel Joseph;
Male; 17; 5288 Dalton Cir,
Milton; Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (2 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Larc-Petit
1st Degree Property $100 to
Under $300. 5/21/07
Bour, Tracy Lynn;
Female; 50; 1507 Fairfield
Dr., Pensacola; DUI. 5/21/07
Burroughs, Robert Leon;
Male; 54; Florida State Prison,
Raiford; Aggrav Battery-By
Person Detained in Prison or
Jail Facility, Smuggle
Contraband Into Prison Any
Firearm, Weapon or
Explosive. 5/22/07
Crews, Jill Denise;
Female; 32; 820 Graham Rd,
Cantonment; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000 (2 cts.), Fraud-Insuff
Funds Check-Obtain Goods
Services $150 or More (2
cts.). 5/22/07
Cummings, Chadwick
Caroll; Male; 22; 2048
Heritage Pkwy, Navarre;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 5/22/07
Davis, Angel Marie;
Female; 21; 3172 Swan Lake,
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 5/22/07
Vincent, Erica Lynn;
Female; 28; 154 College


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learned from crime-action tel- on the organizational structure
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Bodily Harm or Disability,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000
Subseq Off, Burgl With Asslt
or Battery. 5/23/07
Crumpton, David
Christopher; Male; 16; 6551
Colonial Drive, Milton;
Aggrav Batt-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability, Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000 Subseq Off,
Burgl With Asslt or Battery.
5/23/07
Bratkovic, Matthew Ryan;
Male; 15; 5101 Ridgeway
Blvd, Milton; Burgl of


Pkwy, Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/22/07
Boyer, Alison Rene;
Female; 18; 2299 Scenic Hwy,
Pensacola; Fraud-False Owner
Info Pawned Items $300 or
More, Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 5/22/07
Brewer, Jr., Charles
Raymond; Male; 34; 4125
Busby Lane, Pace; Possess
Methamphetamine. 5/22/07
Fisher, Franklin Amos;
Male; 49; 8555 Hickory
Hammock Rd, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 5/22/07
Spencer, Ashley Lauren;
Female; 18; 205 Wild Flower
Drive, Pensacola; Fraud-False
Owner Info Pawned items
$300 or More, Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 5/22/07
Luedtke, Madelyn Ann;


Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Pers Inside,
Larc-Petit 1st Off. 5/24/07
Geuder, Derek Malcorp;
Male; 23; 5680 Todd St, Pace;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 5/24/07
Peterson, Michael Allen;
Male; 31; 5530 Birch St,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/24/07
Young, Mitchell Ray;
Male; 26; 1843 Old
Chemstrand Road,
Cantonment; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
5/24/07


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Milton; DUI. 5/22/07
Slingerland, Jackie Sue;
Female; 40; 4100 Reeder Rd,
Jay; DUI. 5/22/07
Cook, Benjamin Franklin;
Male; 26; 6549 Renee Circle,
Milton; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 5/22/07
Cotant, Kathryn Elaine;
Female; 19; 7625 Hidden Oak
Rd, Pace; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More. 5/23/07
Rodriguez, Alanna Renee;
Female; 35; 6449 ABC Park
Ct, Milton; Larc-Petit 1st Off
(2 cts.), Fraud-Swindle-Obtain
Property Under $20,000.
5/23/07
Townley, Rhonnie Lynn;
Female; 37; 5821 Blue Angel
Pkwy. Pensacola; Failure to
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Protecting the children


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predators and what parents
can do to reduce the risk of
their children being a victim.
Roughly 25-30 nine-10 year
olds participated in the pro-
gram as part of their curricu-
lum for summer school.
According to Detective
Griffin, 50% of the children
had computers at home, and
half of those had computers in
their rooms.
During the presentation,
parents and children were
given some helpful tips. First,
it is not a good idea for chil-
dren to have a computer in
their room.
Computers should be out
in the open so that parent's can
monitor their children's online
viewing. Second, when creat-
ing a profile, it is important to
not put your real picture,


name, and address. Third, par-
ents should not get mad at
their children when they are
contacted by online predators.
According to Detective
Griffin, the first reaction by
the parents is to flip out and
you don't want to do that. If
your child knows that you are
going to get angry at them,
then they won't come back to
you if they are contacted
again.
Detective Griffin wants to
let parents know that they
can't let their guard down
when it involves children and
computers.
"Parents can't be naive
about the Internet and the
computer, they have to pay
attention...you need to know
what your kids are doing,"
says Detective Griffin.


Catching online predators
and building evidence against '
them can take some time. He
notes that it can take up to a
year to catch the predators.
"We pose as children on the
Internet, and through that, we
catch the predators," says
Detective Griffin.
One statistic involving
online predators may surprise
you. While the online predator '
is more than always male, the'
victim in more and more cases
tends to be young males more
than young females.
While there are no plans ,
of yet for another presenta-
tion, Detective Griffin says
they will go, "wherever people
ask us," and adds, "we make
every effort to make the pres-
entation, we haven't had a bad
presentation."


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Garcon Bridge Toll goes up


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
Starting on July 1, people
traveling the Garcon Point
Bridge will need to have an
additional .50 in their cars.
The bridge, which pro-
vides a transportation loop
connecting 1-10, US-98, and I-
110, is seeing the toll
increased from $3 to $3.50.
This is the third such increase
since 2001. "We have to pay
the debt," says Garnett
Breeding, Chairman of the
Santa Rosa Bay Bridge
Authority. According to
Breeding, the current balance
as of the end of May was $149
million. Notes Breeding, "We
have to start paying more of
the principle."
According to Arthur
Goldberg, Vice President of
URS Corporation in New


York, toll revenues have con-
tinued to come in under the
forecast, thus requiring that
the Authority direct the
Florida Department of
Transportation to implement
the new toll schedule. On the
basis of the before-and-after
traffic and revenue record
from July 2004 toll increase,
the URS expects revenues to
increase on the order of 8.5
percent from the level that
would have been produced if
there were not a toll increase
on July 1.
Under the new toll-rate
schedule, 2-axle cash vehicles
will pay 3.50, 2-axle SunPass
users will pay $1.75, 3-axle
will pay $7, 4-axle will pay
$10.50, 5-axle will pay 14.00,
6-axle will pay $17.50, and
each additional axle will pay
$3.50. SunPass users will save


50% in tolls if they meet min-
imum monthly requirements
of 15 round trips (30 one-way)
during a calendar month.
Breeding says that the
raising of the toll was out of
his hands. "Nothing we can'
do, we have to go by the bond
documents. We have no
employees, no assets, all
money that is collected by the
state is sent to the bank of
New York... we don't see the
money."
With the toll rate increas-
ing, will this mean fewer cars
on the bridge? "The number of
vehicles will go down slightly,
but the income will go up,"
says Breeding. No county,
state, or federal money went
into the bridge according to
Breeding
"The private investors
must be paid," says Breeding.


Annual Rivers Clean-up


runs Jun(

By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
Now that summer is upon
us, everyone wants to catch
some relief and head to one of
the local rivers to do some
canoeing, tubing, or kayak-
ing. While you are having
fun, you can also do your part
in cleaning up.
The 23rd Annual
Northwest Florida Rivers
Clean-Up is planned for June-
August. Do your part by pick-
ing up litter in the water and
along the shore. Carrying a
long handle (crab) net and
trash bag is recommended.
Canoes will be available
Monday-Friday to organized
groups and the cost of the
canoes is participating in the
Rivers Clean-Up. Each per-
son must bring in at least one
bag of trash. Interested groups
should make reservations
with the canoe vendor of their
choice by contacting
Adventures Unlimited,
Blackwater Canoes, Bob's
Canoes, or Action on
Blackwater/Lee's Canoes.
On the weekends, launch
.your boat a-t the site of your
choice arid clean up your
favorite part of the river.


e through

Walt Reese, Co-Chairman
of Rivers Watch, has been on
two recent river clean-ups. On
the 15th, he accompanied 12
people with ARC. They were
able to collect seven bags of
trash. On the 22nd, the Pace
Presbyterian Church youth
group collected 10 big bags of
trash. Other items that were
collected were a grill, two
mattresses, and a disposable
diaper.
On June 20, the Navy
clean-up crew with 29 volun-
teers collected 27 bags of
trash, 5 of which were glass.
"Unfortunately, the people
who seem to enjoy the river
aren't taking very good care of
it.. .they are leaving that much
liter behind," says Reese.
Based on the number of
volunteers, the program seems
to be very popular. Last year,
379 volunteers participated.
"We are real pleased...the
more participants, the word is
getting out that we have to
clean our rivers," says Reese.
According to the Santa
Rosa Clean Community
System Rivers Watch, records
maintained since 1990 show
that 156 pick-up truck loads of
trash and litter have been


August

removed from the rivers dur-
ing their annual river clean-
ups.
The Santa Rosa Clean
Community System are mem-
bers of the LEAVE NO
TRACE Program which pro- -
motes skills and ethics to sup-
port the sustainable use of
wildlands and natural areas.

Whiting

Field plans

August

job fair

The Fleet and Family
Support Center is sponsoring
their eighteenth annual Job
Fair on Thursday, August 30,
2007 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00
p.m. at NAS Whiting Field in
Milton.
Many national, regional
and local businesses will be -
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which will be held at Sikes
Hall on board NXS Station
Whiting Field.
Some of the businesses 4
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Staffing, Cox .
Communications, Home 2
Depot, Bell South, Florida
Troops to Teachers, Goodrich
Aerostructures, Bollinger .
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Florida, West Corporation,
Landrum Staffing, Pinnacle
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of the Santa Rosa County
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The new Beef "0" Brady's



offers a memorable outing


By OBIE RAIN
ocrain @srpressgazette.com
Although "new" is not
always "better," the new Beef
"0" Brady's located at 4275
Woodbine Road in Pace just
might put that old catch phrase
on shaky ground.
New in every respect,
except perhaps for its national
reputation for quality food
prepared and served in an
exciting, sports-oriented envi-
ronment, the new Beef "0"
Brady's is adding a new
dimension to the family sports
pub scene, and it's catching on
like wildfire around Pace and
beyond!
Rarely has a place like
Beef's reached such a level of'
popularity so quickly. Opened
to the public just this past
Memorial Day, its recognition
as the "in place" for area
sports enthusiasts has already
become well established. And
its reputation for those
famous, Buffalo-style chicken
wings and meaty, half-pound,
100 percent USDA Beef Steak
Burgers is the talk of the town.
But if you think its signa-
ture Buffalo-style wings and
burgers are all it offers, take
another look. Dynamite sand-
wiches, wraps, appetizers and
starters, baskets, and a variety
of heart-warming soups and
salads are available in addition
to an ice cream pie that ele-
vates deserts to a whole new
level!
Beef "0" Brady's in Pace
is a wonderful place to relax,
enjoy sports, and eat the kind
of fare that makes home-cook-
ing dull. Couple all this with
37 television sets, two of
which are 65-inch, .high, defi-
nition models, and you have a
family sports pub that's literal-
ly head and shoulders above
any other in the area.
But this deluxe setup did-
n't happen over night. John
and Carol Daughtery of
Milton have been in the
"Beef's system," so to speak,
for a year and a half, making
all the necessary preparations
that have resulted in the
delightfully new. place on the
west side of Woodbine Road,
"within sight" of Highway 90.
John is a graduate of
Chumuckla High School, and
Carol has been living in the
area for almost 10 years now.
They have a two-and-a-half-
year-old son, J.D. whom you
will see whenever you visit the
restaurant. Although he's
often there in person, his pho-
tograph has a commanding
presence on the north wall,
and it stands out even among
the vast assortment of sports
memorabilia from area
schools. Look for it!
"We're very excited about
bringing our very own family
sports pub to Santa Rosa
County," John said, and Carol
added. "Beef "0" Brady's is
famous for its warm and
friendly family atmosphere as






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Beef"O"Brady's is the new place in Pace where family and sports come together. You will be
pleased with their signature Buffalo-style wings, half-pound burgers, hot sandwiches, wraps, soups,
and salads. One or the other of the owners, John and Carol Daughtery, will most likely be in the
restaurant. Their son, J.D., who is now two and a half (looking out of the frame), may also be there.
But if he isn't, he's always got his eye on the place


well as delicious Buffalo-style
chicken wings, huge burgers,
fantastic salads, and hot sand-
wiches."
Wing flavors include mild,
medium, hot, extra hot, honey
barbeque, garlic butter, and
teriyaki. But there's more to
this story. It's the Nuclear
Challenge! Twenty Nuclear
wings in 20 minutes. They
dare you!
Inside the restaurant cus-
tomers will find video games
to entice young and old alike.
And with all the television
screens, customers will also
enjoy NTN-Buzztime Trivia
a. .well as-Direct TV packages.
such as MLB Extra Innings,
NFL-Sunday Ticket, ' and
ESPN Game Plan.
Its interior decor reflects a
local flavor with memorabilia
from area high schools, some
of which might surprise even
you!
John and Carol say they
are proud of their community
involvement, and through
Beef's of Pace are helping
educators recognize academic
and athletic achievement at 10
local schools through various
programs. Additionally, they
sponsor eight area youth
league teams.
John and Carol invite you
to ask about fund-raisers and
in-kind (trade) sponsorships
for youth and adult recreation-
al sports teams. Custom
arrangements may be avail-
able.
Beef "0" Brady's of Pace
is truly a meeting place where
family , and sports come
together. In fact, Tuesday is
Kid's Night, and kids under 12
eat free between the hours of 4
p.m. and 8 p.m. There's a spe-
cial menu for kids 12 and
under at Beef's.
All kids meals include
fries or fruit cup, milk, juice,
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Some examples for kids meals
include grilled chicken wrap,
chicken fingers, cheeseburger,
chicken nuggets, hamburgers,
hot dogs, and macaroni and
cheese, among others.
And in keeping with cus-
tomers' convenience, Beef
"0" Brady's is open daily
from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. except
Sunday when the hours are
from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
To go orders and party
trays are available also. On
your way home call ahead,
and your order will be ready
for you to pick up when you
get there.
' Beer and wine are avail-
able, and dine-in only 39-cent
happy hodr wings are avail-
able between 3 p.m. and 7
p.m. Monday through Friday,
with Domestic Drafts for only
a dollar. "What's so special
about our wings is they are
fresh and of the highest quali-
ty, especially made to order
for us," John said. Ten wings,
great as an appetizer, are only
$6.79, and there are special
prices on larger orders of 16,
25, and 50 wings. Even larger
orders are available. Call for
prices.
Established in Brandon,
Florida in 1985, Beef "0"
Brady's is truly in a league of
its own. It was back then that
Jim Mellody dreamed up the


Photo by Obie Crain
idea of a neighborhood pub
where friends and family
could gather to enjoy good
food and sports in a comfort-
able, friendly atmosphere. The
original Brandon restaurant is
still in operation.
Today there are Beefs
popping up all over the
Southeast. Call it the "Luck of
the Irish" with a lot of hard
work thrown in.
Carol and John's franchise
is a fine example of Mellody's
original "neighborhood pub"
philosophy. With its emphasis
on local sports activities in
area schools, it's very easy to
understand why parents and
adults are as eager as their
children to get involved in
such programs.
The 4275 Woodbine Road
address in Pace is easy to
access.
There is plenty of parking,
the restaurant is comfortable,
and the service is outstanding.
For call-in orders or other
information, you can call Beef
"0" Brady's at (850) 994-
2723.
It's an outstanding envi-
ronment for the whole family
with something for everyone.
You will be impressed with
the food and service.
Visit, eat, and drink! You
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meetings are held at the County Administrative Center, Commissioner's Board
Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida, unless otherwise indicated
SRC Housing Coalition July 4 Cancelled
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Commission Committee July 9 9:00 a.m.
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board July 10 3:00 p.m.
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Long Term Recovery Organization July 17 3:00 p.m.
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Tourist Development Council Board July 18 3:30 p.m.
Navarre Community Center, Schoolhouse Road, Navarre
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Viewpoints


Vol. 100, Number 25:


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OUR VIEW



Fast food



didn't do it

There exists, this abstract place in time called "the good 'ole days"
where (as memory has it) everything was perfect, people were happy and
the sun and moon waved at one another as their shifts changed and they
passed in the sky.
Then something happened.
Not sure exactly when, but somewhere along the road, the family defi-
nition changed.
And that's what made America fat.
Not french fries. Not .imil'iiin cis or clumps of fried chicken with a
sugary soda.
It's what led us to those foods that changed American life.
Forty or so \ e.n ago, when there was nothing on television to watch,
the next step was to go somewhere, find an activity outside, mow the
grass, do SOMETHING.
It was NOT to grab the remote and switch through 5,437 channels
Iooki in for a show to watch from a comfortable reclining seat.
There were three channels back then, if you were lucky. When those
channels were all on the news and you were 10 years old, you didn't go to.
the bedroom to sit in front of a color television with a video game con-
troller glued to your fingers, finding your thumbs getting the only exercise.
The television in the living room was probably black and white, with
antenna "bunny ears" sticking out. And it was probably the only one in. the
house. And that was okay because you were outside with a ball and bat.
When you got hungry, you didn't pick up a phone and order pizza.
Someone, usually mom, sometimes dad, was in the kitchen. Cutting real
vegetables, not dumping a pack of frozen ones into a bowl to microwave.
The process of finding the right knife for the right vegetable, getting one
bowl for peels and one for the food... sneaking a piece for yourself when
no one was looking...that's what made memories.
Baking cookies from scratch, in the kitchen, with utensils. Flour, eggs,
sugar, mixing and spilling and snitching chocolate chips...learning to press
the peanut butter cookie tops with a fork...first this direction, then turn the
fork and do it the other way.
Making popcorn on the stove, in a real pan with a real lid and oil that
got hot. Dropping one lone k?-nel in and waiting for it to hit the lid so you
would know the oil was the light temperature for popping.
Mind you, it isn't the food we are describing here that is so valuable.
It's the time spent together as a family, doing something.
The "conveniences" of life made us fat. Driving through fast food
restaurant lanes to grab something fast to eat on the way here or the way
the re. never moving our bodies one inch to prepare the food, or even to
move to the table to eat it... No it is all accomplished while sitting in a
comfortable seat behind a steering wheel. The only movement, our elbow,
as it bends to bring calories to our lips.
There is something to be said for having one person in the family who
stays home to care for family life. Of course, we aren't saying moms and
dads who want to work should be forced to stay-at-home. What we are
saying is no one is tending the gardens these days. Very few people are
creating an atmosphere at the house, truly turning it into a home.
There are several generations alive today who do not know about the
concept of Saturday morning cartoons. There were no television networks
catering to full-time 24/7 cartoons. If you want to see animated shows,
you had to wait until Saturday morning. They ran on the main channels
and they were only on until around noon.
The Wizard of Oz was a once-a-year activity. Children were allowed to
stay up late on school nights to view the magical annual event. It was a big
deal.
The Wonderful Wrld of Disney on Sunday nights offered family-ori-
ented programming that marked another day of the week as special. The
children knew the weekend was going away and school was coming soon.
What are your memories?
Share them with us at:
news@srpressgazette.com or at the address listed below.


A MINORITY VIEWPOINT



Straight Thinking 101


By WALTER WILLIAMS

Just about the most difficult
lesson for first-year economics stu-
dents, and sometimes graduate stu-
dents, is that economic theory, and
for that matter any scientific theo-
ry, is positive or non-normative.
You might ask, "What's this busi-
ness about positive and norma-
tive?" It's easy. Positive statements
deal with what
was, what is or
what will be.
Normative, or
subjective,
m statements deal
S with what's
good or bad, or
what ought to
be or should be.
Confusing the
two leads to
considerable
WALTERMS mischief.

The statement "Scientists cannot
split the atom" is a positive state-
ment. Why? If there's disagree-
ment with the statement, there are
facts to which we can appeal to
settle the disagreement -just visit
Stanford University's linear accel-
erator and watch atoms being split.
The statement "Scientists should-
n't split the atom" is a normative
statement. Why? There are no facts
whatsoever to which we can appeal
to settle any disagreement. One
person's opinion on the matter is
just as good as another's.
How about the
statement "Gasoline prices are
unreasonable"? If some think
they're reasonable while others
don't, the argument can go on for-


ever without resolution because
there are no facts to which we can
appeal to settle the disagreement.
However, there are facts that tend to
back up the statement: Buyers of
gasoline prefer lower prices while
sellers prefer higher prices.
By the way, years ago, Mrs.
Williams would arrive home com-
plaining about unreasonable gro-
cery prices. After airing her com-
plaints, she'd ask me to unload her
car full of groceries. Having com-
pleted the chore, I'd ask her
whether she was unreasonable, sug-
gesting that it was my opinion that
only an unreasonable person would
pay unreasonable prices. The con-
versation never went far in a pleas-
ant direction.
Having explained the differ-
ence between positive and norma-
tive statements, I tell my students
that in no way do I propose that
they purge their vocabulary of nor-
mative statements. Normative state-
ments are excellent tools for trick-
ing others into doing what you want
them to do. I simply caution that in
the process of tricking others,
there's no need to trick oneself into
believing that one normative state-
ment is better or more righteous
than another.
A related term that doesn't
make much economic sense is the
term "need." The implication of an
absolute, crying, dying or urgent
need is that one cannot do without
the need in question. Students
sometimes say they absolutely need
a car or a cell phone. At that point I
ask them, how in the world was it
that Gen. George Washington could
defeat Britain, the mightiest nation
on earth, without a cell phone or a


The problem with the term,
"need" is that it suggests there are;
no substitutes for the item in ques-;
tion. Thus, people will pay any
price for it; however, the law of'
demand says that at some price,,
people will take less of something,:
including none of it. In response, a
student might say, "Diabetics can't
do without insulin" or "People'
can't do without food." I say, "Yes,
they can; diabetics have been doing'
without insulin for thousands of
years." In some poor African coun-:
tries, people do without food. Of,
course, the results of doing without
insulin or food are indeed unpleas-
ant, but the fact that the results are:
unpleasant doesn't require us to:
deny that non-consumption is at
substitute for consumption. Again,.
I tell my students not to purge their'
vocabulary of crying, dying and&
urgent needs; just don't trick your-
self while you're tricking others. :
You say, "Williams, it doesn't"
sound like economics is a very-
compassionate science." You're'
right, but neither is physics, chem-,
istry or biology. However, if we.
wish to be compassionate with our(:
fellow man, we must learn to,
engage in dispassionate analysis. In4
other words, thinking with our-i
hearts, rather than our brains, is a'
surefire method to hurt those whom
we wish to help.
Walter E. Williams is a pro-,
fessor of economics at GeorgeI
Mason University. To find out more,
about Walter E. Williams and read
features by other Creators'
Syndicate writers and cartoonists,,
visit the Creators Syndicate Web.
page at www.creators.com.


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Amateur Radio

Operators here

FM: John Crawford
Milton

Dear Editor:
What the heck is a Field Day, you
ask?
In Amateur Radio, it is a day
when people all over the world com-
municate with each other in a compe-
tition.
It starts Saturday morning and
continues all thru the night and into
Sunday. This is bigger than anyone
could imagine.
They are called HAM operators.
Let us take a moment to give thanks
that there are such people.
Here in Milton when Ivan
knocked out all the communication,
not even the police could talk to each
other. The Milton Amateur radio
Club set up emergency communica-
tion.
When Katrina hit MS, the Gov. of
MS contacted the Gov. of FL to


request fifty desperately needed
HAMS be sent to establish commu-
nication.
This begs the question of, who
are these people and why do they do
this as unpaid community servants?
Basically there are two groups of
people: those who served in the
Military, and those, like me, who
never have, who enjoy the freedom
they have given their lives to pre-
serve.
Most HAM operators have
worked long hours in ships at sea.
I was asked to attend one of the
Milton monthly meetings. when the
club president struck the gavel, all
rose, snapped to attention, faced the
flag, put hand over heart and repeat-
ed the Pledge of Allegiance to the
sacrifices they made.
I had never seen such selfless
patriotism.
They don't do it for the money
like the rest of us.
They do it for our Country. The
deserve our greatest respect and
thanks.
Yes, there is another category of


dedicated Hams, Universities.
Princeton University Amateur
Radio Club.
I know of three senior profes-
sors who participated in the Field
Day (last weekend).
They are all also very dedicat-
ed professionals.


'Woman on the

Edge' hits home

FM: R. Miley
Milton

Dear Editor:
(To Lynne Hough)
I really look forward to your
articles each week. Most of the
time they truly hit home...I just
wanted to let you know, you are not
alone. I have a severe caes of
A.A.A.D.D. (Age Activated
Attention Deficit Disorder). Thank
goodness it's not fatal.
Thank you so much for putting
a smile on people's faces or at least
making them think.


Enjoys doctors'

features in PG:

keep it coming

FM:Pete Gandy
CEO Santa Rosa Medical Center
Dear Editor:
I want to commend Obie Crain.
and the Santa Rosa Press Gazette for'
the fine series of articles on the out-p
standing physicians that live and prac-
tice in our community.
I believe Mr. Crain's indepth fea-
tures serve as a community benefit,:
especially to the many new residents'
locating to our growing county who'
may be in need of a primary care
physician or specialist.
After reading Mr. Crain's articles,
a reader not only knows what medical:
services the doctor provides in their
practice, but also gains insight into the:
physician as a person.
Please keep the monthly physician
series coming.
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June 27, 2007

Section B


I know this because I
watched my four-year-old up
close and personal-and saw
first-hand what she thinks of the
world.
And I think she has figured
something out the rest of us need
to know.
A Bandaid really does fix
everything.
Everyone refers to a
"Bandaid approach" like it's a
bad thing...only covering up the
problem. Truth is, a Bandaid
offers comfort, protection, and a
little decor.
Case in point, my daughter
got hurt at school when I was
dropping her off yesterday.
Her world pretty much ends
at her fingertips. She doesn't see
much beyond her world. Well,
yesterday morning, she walked up
to her classroom at school and
stuck her fingers in the door to
open it. A child on the other side
had a different idea and next thing
I know, we've got crocodile tears,
an indentation on her little finger,
and swelling.
So what did she need? A kiss
and a Bandaid. A little ice too, but
it was the Bandaid that made it all
better.
The people who package
Bandaids were probably thinking
of hygiene and keeping it sterile
when they created the little paper
packages that holds a Bandaid.
What they didn't realize is all
the ceremony created by that little
package. First, there is the all-
important Bandaid box. When an
adult reaches for that box, the
child knows their injury is impor-
tant enough for a bandage.
Eww....ahhh....
Then there's the time it takes
to choose the size. And of course,
ripping the paper surrounding the
Bandaid-and the peeling of the
paper from the back of the
Bandaid.
It's all very important.
Next time you are doing all
of this for a little one, watch their
face instead of your own hands.
Amazement and respect is what
you will find.
Not for you. For the Bandaid.
(By the way, did you know if
you rip the paper back that sur-
rounds the Bandaid in the dark
room you can see blue sparks
from the static electricity? This is
almost guaranteed to make a cry-
ing child stop to look.)
Now, of course, the makers
of Bandaids and their counter-
parts ruined my entire theory
when they put cartoon characters
on the bandage.
I'm certain my little girl has
worn Scuby-Doo on her finger for
no apparent reason. Or Sponge
Bob just for the attention or as a
toy.
I don't buy those kinds of
bandages, but other people in the
family do. So when a cartoon
character adorns a Bandaid, none
of these guidelines can be
applied.
I suppose the business that
packages bandages for children
did do a study or have focus
group that told them if they deco-
rated the product with images
normally only found in coloring
books (run-on sentences just
work sometimes) they could sell
more bandages because kids will
waste them.
Either that or a four-year-old
is running the company.


POOL POWER: Amy Bennett, Elena Leyton and Nicole Dishon, from left, build strength during Aqua Motion, a water fitness class at Equinox Fitness in Irvine, Calif.





WET WORKOUT


Forget old-school aqua aerobics. The latest
water fitness classes range from challenging
athletic training to yoga and Pilates.


Story by LISA LIDDANE
Photos by LEONARD ORTIZ
Freedom News Service
: When you think of using the pool
for fitness, you probably imagine swim-
mers doing laps. Although swimming is
a fantastic workout, it's time to rethink
the pool as another frontier of fitness, a
liquid athletic training ground, if you
will.
So say goodbye to aqua aerobics,
and make way for a new generation of
water-based classes.
Instructors across the country have
been experimenting with new water fit-
ness formats.
There are two emerging schools of
thought about the reinvention of water
fitness.
One treats the pool as a strength-
and cardio-training room. Water pro-
vides natural resistance - the harder or
faster you try to move or push through
it, the more it will resist you. Sports
drills that you might find easy to do on


the gym floor, like e\eculing a
grapevine, can suddenly feel more c'al-
lenging in the water. At the nime time.
water is gentle on the bodN. ohich is
why it's used for injury reh.ib.
The other school of thoughil calls
for adapting popular land-based for-
mats - such as kickboxing. iog.- and
tai chi - to the water. There's e\en
Poolates - 'Pilates in the pool. The
premise is that if you flock io these for-
mats on land, you might rin them in
water.
One of the things that dirterentiates
these workouts from old-school jaqua
aerobics is that you're no longer \v.ork-
ing out to a beat. So if your sense of
rhythm on the cardio floor dra > horin-
fied looks, you don't ha\e to v.orr
about keeping up with the ternpo in a
water fitness class.
"In a class, there are man\ different
lengths of arms and legs, and abilines.
so everyone is going to moie at a dif-
ferent pace," said Mary Sanders, a
Reno, Nev.-based water fitness educa-


Photos by LEONARD ORTIZ/Freedom News Service
CHALLENGING: Sandy Rigas puts her Aqua Motion class through 50 minutes of drills similar to those used in land-
based sports conditioning.


tor and a spokeswoman for
IDEA, an international associ-
ation of fitness professionals.
"The class should look a little
chaotic."
Sanders was on target.
Instructor Sandy Rigas paced
poolside and put her Aqua
Motion class through 50 min-
utes of athletic drills at
Equinox Fitness in Irvine,
Calif. It looked like sports-
conditioning and boot-camp
classes, except that here the
movements looked slower,
even though the participants
were exerting a lot of effort.
They lifted aqua dumb-
bells to their sides to strength-
en the shoulders, mimicked


basketball jump shots and per-
formed jumping jacks, among
other activities. One of the
hardest drills required them to
swing a big Styrofoam noodle
under their feet. None of it
looked easy. Even the chiseled
male fitness trainers who
joined the class at the deep end
of the pool looked like they
were getting a challenging
enough workout.
Lia Mason, a newcomer to
the class, was surprised by
what she discovered. "I didn't
want to take the class," admit-
ted Mason, 41, who runs,
weight-trains and takes indoor
cycling classes. "I didn't think
I was going to get a full work-


out." But Rigas, an instructor
for one of the classes Mason
takes regularly, cajoled Mason
into getting in the pool. In the
end, Mason was a convert. "I
liked it," she said. "I can see
myself taking the class once a
week."
Nicole Dishon of Newport
Beach, Calif., became an
instant fan of water fitness
classes when she tried one out
of curiosity. "I work out on
weight machines and the ellip-
tical trainer. But this is my
favorite workout," said
Dishon, 26. The reason? "It's
fun."
Still, there are no waiting
lists to get into water fitness


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USING YOUR NOODLE: Elena Leyton, front, Lia Mason, center, and Tony
Rapoza perform a resistance exercise


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fitness class. Unlike aqua aerobics, the new pool-based
classes don't work out to a beat.


classes.
Stereotypes die slowly,
and they die at a glacial rate
for water fitness. "People
think of old ladies and shower
caps when they think of water
fitness," said Norma
Schectman, a water fitness
instructor who teaches a class
called Water Athlete at Sports
Club/LA in Irvine, Calif.
Other people stay away
from the pool because they
loathe the idea of being seen in
a swimsuit. No problem,
Schectman said. "People have
worn workout shorts in my
class."
There's a decent body of
knowledge that people can get


fitness benefits from water-
based strength and cardio-con-
ditioning classes, Sanders
said. But that's not true for
newer formats such as kick-
boxing, yoga and Pilates in the
pool.
Sanders raises valid ques-
tions. Do the movements and
poses translate well in the
water? Do we lose some fit-
ness benefits since water sup-
ports us? Do these classes take
full advantage of what water
offers?
Are they ... fun?
The first three are ques-
tions exercise researchers can
address in studies. The last one
is up to you.











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Lindsey Paige Cooley of Milton, FL and Craig Lynn Jernigan of
Loxley, AL will be married on July 7, 2007 at Bellingrath Gardens,
Mobile, AL. Lindsey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cooley
of Milton, the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cochran of
Milton and Mr. J.D. Cooley of Munson. Lindsey is a graduate of
Pace High School and the University of West Florida. She is
employed with Enterprise Rent-A-Car as a Management Trainee.
Craig is the General Manager for AIG American General Life
Insurance.


Women's Services. As a woman, you stay on-the-go with housework,
homework, work-work, and little helpers. That's why we have created
a whole family of women's health services just for you at Santa Rosa
Medical Center - services that you can quickly and conveniently access
as you need them.
By design, our range of women's services are comprehensive and include
everything from routine mammograms to breast biopsies to obstetrics to
urogynecology to reconstructive surgery and much more.
Our goal is to help you stay healthy so you can keep doing all those things
you want and need to do. Come see why Santa Rosa Medical Center is a
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Connie and Roland Clark of
Milton, attended their daugh-
ter's graduation in Tampa, FL.
Tiffanie received her Degree
for Associate of Science in
Fashion Design and Marketing
for June 2, 2007. Tiffanie
intends to work for her
Bachelor's Degree in the same
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SRMC

births


in Milton

April & Joshua
McCormick, Sr., a daughter,
Sky Elizabeth McCormick,
bom Saturday, June 2, 2007.
Malaya & James Poppe, a
daughter, Mariya Jasiya
Poppe, born Sunday, June 3,
2007.
Maegon Miller & Aaron
Kelley, a son, Ryan Brett
Kelley, born Sunday, June 3,
2007.
Tiffany & Steven Morris,
a son, Elijah Steven Morris,
born Monday, June 4 2007.
Tiffany & Kevin Herrman,
Jr., a son, Waylon Stone
Herrman, born Tuesday, June
5, 2007.
Megan & Michael
Lassiter, Sr., a son, Michael
Wayne Lassiter, Jr., born
Thursday, June 7, 2007.
Lora & Gerald Vascik, a
son, Gabriel Michael Vascik,
born Friday, June 8, 2007.
Amanda Stouffer, a son,
Cade Berlin Walton, born
Friday, June 8, 2007.
Amy Martin, a daughter,
Nevaeh Tia Lakel Martin,
born Wednesday, June 13,
2007.
Summer Benson, a son,
Asa Levi Ayala, born
Thursday, June 14, 2007.
Ashlee Bauldree &
Donald Brown, a son, Ethan
Tyler Corbett Brown, born
Thursday, June 14, 2007.
Christina Uribe and Frank
Jones, a daughter, Gorgeous
June Uribe, born Saturday,
June 16, 2007.
Brittany and Sergio
Recanati, a daughter, Kathryn
Anne Kimberly Recanati,
born Tuesday, June 19, 2007.
Michelle and David
Colletta, a daughter, Alyssa
Ann Colletta, born Thursday,
June 21, 2007.


Bembos celebrate 44 years


On Sunday, June 29, 2007,
Wilbert and Barbara Bembo
will celebrate their 44th
Anniversary. The are blessed
with 2 children; son-1st
Sergeant Michael Bembo, El
Paso, Texas, and their daugh-
ter-Staff Sgt. Teresa Hoose,


Milton. And they are also
blessed with 4 grandchil-
dren-Michael II, Anthony,
Christopher and Mysea. They
also have 2 godchildren-
Daryl Smith and Jeremy Ellis.
The Bembos feel truly
blessed.


Baby of the Week


What do you mean I have a text?
I can't even read!


Bradley James Hough
Bradley James Hough is the son of Richard M. Hough, Jr. and
Deserada Merchant-Thompson, Milton. He is 10 months old and
wants to say "hi" to all his family in Santa Rosa and Manatee
Counties, Florida and to his big brother, Wesley.
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The Galloways will be in conceit Thursday


The Galloways from Nashville, TN will be in concert tomorrow night, June 28, at Wesley
Memorial United Methodist Church located on School Lane just south of Pea Ridge Elementary
School. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. This is a free concert to all, but a love offering will be received
and will be given to The Galloways. Visit their website at www.thegalloways.org. Hope to see you
there! For more information please call Eddie Smith at 232-7809 or the church at 994-6213.

New Hope Church to help meet local needs


By PAM HOLT
Contributing Writer
New Hope Community
Church, with Pastor Johnny
Williams heading the flock is
meeting at the Russell Center at
Locklin Technical Center on
Berryhill Road.
Why another church in
Milton? Williams says he asked
himself this very question.
"I realized with all of the
growth in Santa Rosa County in
the past and what is speculated
to happen in the future, I under-
stood why God placed this on
my heart," says Williams.
Describing the church as
charismatic, Williams says he
believes the work of the Holy
Spirit should be most empha-
sized in church service. He
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believers and understanding
their purpose in following the
Lord Jesus.
He says NHCC will fulfill
those needs in the growing
community.
Service ministries in
NHCC are a men's meeting
every Monday night, interces-
sory prayer on Tuesday
evening, middle and senior high


youth on Wednesday nights,
small group on Friday night,
and a monthly women's group
which is incorporating women
throughout the community for
service to the local area.
"This is the first women's
group I know of to interconnect
with other women's ministries
for a common good," says
Diana Miller, member of
NHCC and co-leader of the
ministry.
New - Hope Women's
Ministry has a community focus
in serving in three areas: out-
reach, benevolence and educa-
tion. Its mission statement is to
bless, encourage and educate
women in their walk with Jesus
Christ.
Service time for Sunday
morning is at 10 a.m. For more
information contact Williams at
626-9813.


New Beginnings

to ordain pastor
The New Beginnings Free
Spirit Church of Milton will
observe its Pastor's Ordination
and Confirmation in Ministry
on Saturday, June 30, 2007 at
5:00 P.M.
Pastor Jeffrey Earl Mills
Will be ordained and confirmed
as an Elder in the Free Spirit
Church, a non-denominational
congregation. Pastor Mills has
been in ministry for 13 years
and has pastored throughout
Northwest Florida.
He holds a B.A. in history
from Paine College, Augusta,
GA, M.Ed. in History
Education. Florida A&NMI
University, Tallahassee, FL,
M Div., in Evangelism.
Ecumeoics. and Missiology
from the Interdenominational
Theological Center. Atlanta.
GA, and is presently working
on a Ph.D from Clark Atlanta
University. In addition to serv-
ing as Pastor of New
Beginnings Free Spirit Church,
Pastor Mills is also Visiting
Professor of H-istory at Florida
A&M University in
Tallahassee.
The service will be held at
New Beginnings, located at
5887 Stewart Street in Milton,
and the public is invited to
attend. The Rev. Kenton Floyd
of Philadelphia Primitive
Baptist church viill be the
speaker. Participating pastors
and ministers will be. Rev.
Anthony Johnson. Rev. Walter
Lee Tate Sr., Rev. Tyrone
Broudous. Rex. Jesse
Washington, Rev. Clay Long,
Elder Daryll McGhee and Rev.
Kenneth Walker. For more
information please contact the
church at (850) 981-2400 or
visit the church's website at
NewBeginnings.com


Davis is. 99 and he's doing fine looking forward...


; First Presbyterian Church's
congregation helped one of
their members to celebrate
looking forward to becoming an
'Centenarian" next year.
Claud Grover Davis was
born May 31, 1908 in
Robbinsville, NC, the oldest in
a family of nine children, 7 boys
and 2 girls. He enlisted in the
U.S. Navy in August 1926 and
retired as Lieutenant (Sr. Grade)


in June 1946.
After his retirement, he
brought his family to northwest
Florida where he farmed and
raised cattle on his farm north
of Milton. He still farms, but no
longer raises cattle. His best
'farm hand' is his three year-old
great-grandson, Garrett
Holland.
On Sunday _mornings,
Claud can be found teaching the


Adult Sunday School class at
First Presbyterian, and later
greeting the congregation and
handing out the church bul-
letins.
Claud offers this advice for
living a long, happy life -
"Don't do anything to excess,
and if you don't enjoy what you
are doing, don't do it very
long."


Grace Fellowship
Assembly of God is pleased to
invite the community to share
in their Pastor Appreciation
Day for the morning service on
Sunday, July 1st. Sunday
School will begin at 10 a.m.
and worship begins at 11 a.m.
July 1 marks the 14th
anniversary of Pastor and Sister


Barrow beginning their work at
True Grace Fellowship. It will
be celebrated with a special
service and a covered dish
lunch following the service.
Please do visit and enjoy the
fellowship and luncheon with
them that day. For more infor-
mation, call 623-4795.


Chumuckla Methodist to hold Kid's Sunday


Chumuckla United
Methodist Church finished out
their Avalanche Ranch Vacation
Bible School on Friday night
with certificates and food and
fellowship.
This Sunday, July 1st, is
Kid's Sunday at Chumuckla


and Sheriff Silly, her posse and
all the ranch hands kids will be
performing at the 11 a.m.
service. Yeeehaw! The church
is located at 9485 Highway 197
Chumuckla. For more
information, call Gail at 475-
1819.


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

Dear Pastor Gallups, "The Scripture says that money is the
root of ALL evil. It also says that you cannot serve both God and
mammon. In the Greek, mammon means - deified wealth or
prideful confidence. Does God honor the common teaching
today of 'great wealth is a blessing?' " - H.H.E. - Bagdad.
Dear H.H.E.,
Firstly, the Bible does not say, "money is the root of all
evil." The Bible says, The LOVE of money is the root of all
evil." To have money, work for money, invest money, save
money, etc. is not evil at all provided that the money is also used
to honor Jesus. Money is an inanimate object, a tool, it is only a
thing. It only becomes good or evil depending upon the motives
and actions of the USER. It is the LOVE of, the thirst for, the
desire to have more and more no matter what the cost...the "wor-
ship" of money that TRULY is the ROOT OF ALL EVIL!
Think about it, other than crimes of passion...EVERY crime
that puts a criminal in prison and every crime being committed
on the street at this very moment, has as its root...THE LOVE
OF MONEY. The illegal drug, alcohol, tobacco, pornography,
abortion, slavery, and gambling industries...to just name a few
"evils," have at their very core...THE LOVE OF MONEY. So,
yes, the LOVE of money really is the root of all evil.
You are correct in your understanding of the word 'mam-
mon.' It is simply the English way of pronouncing the actual
Greek word - "mamonas." The truth of that Biblical statement is
apparent when one understands these Biblical principles. How
can one both serve God and the things of God while at the same
time be willing to do "anything" to attain "wealth, success and
power" as the absolute goals of one's life?
Yet, there ARE Christians who have a lot of wealth, success
and power. They understand that the Lord Jesus entrusts all of
these to them. Their LIFE GOAL is not to ACHIEVE these
things but to USE these things for Jesus. What a difference
between the two life philosophies!

Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more infor-
mation about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock
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Rivers Clean-Up is June-August As part of the program, people are encouraged to rent Canoes
and clean up their favorite stretch of local river.
Submitted photo


Community Briefs


Expo in Red
The Dragonfly Gallery
will be showcasing it current
artists with an Expo in Red.
The Expo begins on June 29th
and continuing through July
28th. A reception to meet the
artists will be on June 29th
from 5:30 to 8:00 at the
Gallery, 5188 Escambia Street
in historic downtown Milton.
The local artist participat-
ing in this expo currently dis-
play they artwork at the
Gallery. Twenty artists will
reveal their creations in red. A
variety of 12 different art
mediums will be featured. A
closing reception will be held
on July 27th from 5:30 to 8:00
at the Dragonfly.
The Dragonfly Gallery is a
mission of the Santa Rosa Arts
and Culture Foundation.
Gallery hours of Tuesday
through Saturday from 10:00
to 4:00. For more information
contact the SRACF at
www.SantaRosaArts.org or
call the Gallery at 981-1100.

C.O.O.L. Fish Fry
The C.O.O.L. Summer
Education Enrichment Camp
will be having a Fish Fry
Fundraiser on Saturday, June
30, 2007 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
at the Magnolia Center at
5292 Richburg Street at
Highway 90 in East Milton.
Fish sandwiches are $3.50
each; fish dinners are $6.00
and sodas (.750) will be sold.
All proceeds will go towards
funding FUN trips and activi-
ties for the children. To volun-
teer, make a donation or get
more information, please con-
tact the center at 623-8900.

City of Milton
meeting info

City Hall to be closed
City Hall will be closed
Wednesday, July 4 to allow
employees not required for
essential services, to observe
the Independence Holiday.
Garbage Routes will be
picked up as follows:
Monday/Tuesday picked
up as scheduled
Thursday/Friday picked
up as scheduled.
Yard debris pick up will
be same as garbage pickup.
All public works emer-
gencies will be handled as for
regular weekends by calling
983-5400.
City Council - The City
Council will meet in
Executive Session on Monday,
July 2, at 4 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street.
Public Works - The City of
Milton's Public Works
Committee will meet on
Tuesday, July 3, 2007, at 8:30
a.m. in Conference Room B of
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
Economic Development - City
of Milton's Economic
Development Committee will
meet Thursday, July 5, at 4
p.m. in Conference Room B of
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
All meetings are open to
the public.
For further information on
the meeting, contact the City
Manager's office at 983-5411.


SRC Tourism
Committee meets
The Santa Rosa County
North End Tourism
Committee will meet July 5,
2007 at 8:30 a.m. at the Santa
Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce, 5247 Stewart St.
in Milton.


Don't Forget!

Garden Tour

is on Saturday

Garden tour at PJC Milton
Campus at 4 p.m., Saturday is
June 30th. Dinner is at 5 p.m.
Presentation will be at 6 p.m.
Program by Dr. Rick
Schoelhom - "Flowers from
Around the Globe to Your
Garden and Why That Doesn't
Always Work."
Please make checks to
Friends of the Gardens,
mailed to FOG Tickets, 6735
County Road 99, Molino, FL
32577.
Proceeds will fund schol-
arships in horticulture at the
University of Florida, PJC
Milton campus.- FOG is a
501(c)(3)organization. Milton
Campus number is 850-261-
8657.
Cost of the tour is $25
members, $30 non-members;
(850) 675-0305 x850.


Beaches to

Woodlands

needs venues

Santa Rosa County, FL -
The Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development Council
is seeking venues to feature on
the Fourth Annual Beaches to
Woodlands Tour that will take
place each weekend during
October 2007.
The event is held to
attract visitors and residents to
travel throughout the County,
discovering Santa Rosa's
diversity by experiencing arts
and culture, heritage and
nature-based activities, busi-
nesses, and festivals featured
along the self-guided route. A
sample of past venues
includes the Jay Peanut
Festival, Adventures
Unlimited, Munson
Community Heritage Festival,
and guided walking tours of
Historic Bagdad Village.
There is no cost to be a
venue on the Tour.
For more information or
to sign up to participate, call
1-800-480-SAND(7263)
before June 30th.


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The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County
Commissioners will conduct public hearings to consider a change of land use
and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the maps within this advertisement. The
hearings are scheduled as follows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the propos-
als):
Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordinance):
Thursday, July 26, 2007 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the
Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hear-
ings, the Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners shall consid-
er the ordinance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMEND-
ING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS
AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; APPROVING THE AMENDMENTS
TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential District) to R2
(Medium Density Residential) - total approximately 23.05 (+/-) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to R1M (Mixed Single
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Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to M2 (General
Industrial District) - total approximately 3.66 (+/-) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential District) to PUD
(Planned Unit Development District) - total approximately 54 (+/-) acres.


The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the public prior to the
above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County Planning Department,
6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties may appear at the
meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested
parties should take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the
Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect to any matter
coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual responsibility to
insure that a record of proceedings they are appealing exists and for such pur-
pose they will need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record shall include the testimony and the evidence upon which their
appeal is to be based.

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reasonable modifications for access to this meeting upon request. Please call
Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development Division at (850) 981-
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WEDNESDAY

June 27, 2007
Section


Millsap wins qualifier




S/7 7Pace senior now playing Texas qualifier


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Pace's Haley Millsap is
logging quite a few miles this
summer to play golf.
Today she is playing in a
USGA qualifier in Houston
after winning the Westerfield
Qualifier last week in
Birmingham, Ala.
Millsap, who had to win
the qualifier, finished with a
three stroke lead, which she
established on the first day of
the tournament.


"On the first day of the
tournament I just made some
shots," said Millsap, who will
be a senior at Pace this
upcoming school year. "I was
putting good and that allowed
me to shoot under par."
Day two at Grayson
Valley Country Club wasn't so
kind to Millsap, but her fellow
golfers had similar problems
as she maintained her three
stroke lead despite finishing
three over par on the day.
On Monday she left for


Texas to participate in the
USGA Junior Girls
Championship qualifier.
Millsap has made the field
for the USGA Junior Girls
Championship the past two
years and would like to make
the field for what would be her
final appearance as this year's
tournament will be held in
Washington state.
The challenge for Millsap,
who won the qualifier in 2005
at Stonebrook and finished
second at Perdido Key in


2006, is the event is only one
round.
"It can be a challenge, but
you have to go in thinking to
give it all you have got," said
Millsap. "If you go out think-
ing any other way then you
might not qualify."
Millsap believes there
might be 27 golfers entered,
which could allow the top four
finishers advance to the cham-
pionship.
When she qualified in
2005 at Stonebrook, it was a


situation where she had to win
to advance, and last year the
USGA took only the top two
from a field of 13 at Perdido
Key.
The biggest thing for
Millsap, who took a little
break at home prior to her
Texas trip, was the chance to
get out of hotels.
"Most people would think
that you would miss your bed
while traveling on the road
and staying at hotels," said
See, MILLSAP, Page 2C


Jay is prepared



for July 4th 5K

E Dobson carries on city, family tradition
with his involvement in community race


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.comn
There will be more than
just a few local runners gath-
ering in Jay this Fourth of
July.
Yes, runners are coming
from outside of the state of
Florida according to event
organizer Matt .Dobson.
"I have publicized this
event in several running mag-
azines and got a call from a
couple in Missouri," said
Dobson, who has helped to
revitalize the event his father
started in the late 70's, which
was called the Jay Oil Run.
"They told me they were
going to be in the Ft. Walton
Beach area on vacation and
wanted directions on how to
get here to participate in the
run."
Dobson is excited about
the interest as last year's
Fireworks 5K had over 50
runners, which was the largest
group since the event was
reorganized back in 2000.
"This is a small town and
a small race," said Dobson. "If
it continues to grow that will
be great and right now we are
anticipating more than last
year's event."
Dobson admitted when
his father was heading the
event they were looking at
bringing in runners from out
of town to participate, but this


event is more of a tun run on
the holiday.
"We will start from the
city park and runs, some of the
same course asthey use to,"
said Dobson. "Since we have
started the run back almost
everyone that has participated
has-received a trophy, ribbon,
or something.
"We are also looking at
several participating in the
one mile fun run after the
race."
Dobson said some of his
runners from the University
of West Florida as well as area
high schools are looking at
participating.
Registration for the event
is on going for $15 per runner,
and the fee will go up to $20
per runner after July 1.
The 5K is set to being at 6
p.m. with the one mile run
scheduled for around 6:45
p.m.
Prior to the race Dobson
noted there will be several
activities going on including a
softball tournament and other
activities.
On site registration and
check in for the 5K will being
at 4:30 p.m. at the Jay City
Park.
Dobson noted the race
will be run rain or shine.
For more information or
to register you can call 474-
2141 or 206-1036.


Special to the Press Gazette
The Outlaw Pro-Modified
and Outlaw Real-Street class-
es and the largest Fourth of
July fireworks display in the
area will be featured at
Emerald Coast Dragway on
Saturday, June 30.
This is the second appear-
ance of the 2007 season for
the popular Pro-Modified and
Outlaw Real-Street cars at the
National Hot Rod Association
(NHRA) track. The Pro-Mod
cars have more than 2,000
horsepower and complete the
eighth-mile racing distance in
3.90 seconds at more than
185 miles per hour. The eight
fastest qualifiers will com-
pete for the winner's share of
the purse.
The track record of 3.94
seconds is held by the Don
Stroud/Mike Neal team from
Pensacola.
More than 150 drivers are
expected to attend, and all
regular NHRA Bracket class-


es (Super-Pro, Sportsman,
Street ET, Pro-Bike and
Junior Dragsters) will be con-
tested.
Gates open at 1:30 p.m.
with time trials for the local
ET Bracket cars starting at
3:30 p.m. The Pro-Modified
and Real-Street cars will
qualify at 4:30 and 6 p.m.,
with eliminations beginning
at 7.
The "Celebrate America"
fireworks display has been
called the largest and most
extravagant in Northwest
Florida. The Boy Scouts of
America will be participating
in pre-race ceremonies, and
the track will make a dona-
tion to the organization.
Admission is $25 for
adults. Children age 12 and
younger are admitted free.
For additional informa-
tion, call Emerald , Coast
Dragway at (850) 537-7223
or go to www.emeraldcoast-
dragway.com.


Power running back LaKeisha Johnson had a rough time getting past the Comets' defensive line in Saturday's opening round playoff
game at Emmitt Smith Stadium on Saturday. Johnson, who leads the Pensacola rushing attack was limited to 45 yards on 15 carries,
but as a receiver Johnson had 65 yards on four catches.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin




Power has 'O'utage


3 Power's air attack is not

enough to stop visiting Comets


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Pensacola's Power came
up on the short end of other
tremendous defensive battle.
After all the dust settled at
Emmitt Smith Stadium
Saturday the Power went back
to the locker room as their sea-
son ended '.'ith a 10-0 first
round plj,)o'f 'loss to the
Columbus Comets.
Defensively the Power
continued with its bend but
don't break attitude, but the
crack in their metal came in
the second quarter when a
huge punt return put
Columbus on Pensacola's 23
yard line.
After a motion call put the
Comets facing a third-and-
eight from the Power 21 a pass
interference cal gave the visi-
tors first and goal on the
Power's five.
Columbus then overcame
a holding call as Crystal Davis
found Latrice Johnson for a 15
yard touchdown pass with
1:25 remaining in the first
half.
The defensive baitlc. on-r-
tinued in the second ha.lft j ilie
Comets were held to a 32 yard
field goal attempt by Lindsey
Eckles to make it 10-0 with


1:26 remaining in the third
quarter.
"Defensively I thought we
played a heck of a game," said
Power Head Coach Mike
Thomas. "Offensively we did-
n't do what we needed to do,
but overall I thought we had a
good season.
"In the two losses we had
this season we just didn't have
a good week of practice before
the game and on Wednesday
we didn't have enough players
at practice to even scrim-
mage."
But Pensacola, who saw
their running attack stymied,
was not going to go down
without a fight.
Starting on their own 26,
the Power took to the air with
Jaime Moore finding tight end
Juliette Pro for 15 yards and
then another six hard after the
Comets were flagged for pass
interference.
Thomas was throwing
everything he had in the play-
book as LaKeisha Johnson
threw a halfback option to
Jenni Wood for a 21 yard gain.
As the drive continued
with a 16 yard pass to Jennifer
Johnson and a three yard play
on first and goal from the
Columbus 10 energized the


Pensacola quarterback Jamie Moore is seen passing the football,
a task she attempted 20 times for 148 yards with 10 completions,
in Saturday's 10-0 loss to the Columbus Comets.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Power fans.
Then lightning struck as
Moore was picked off by Ivy
Ortman who returned Moore's
errant pass to the Comets 23


as they starting running out
the clock.
"It was just not meant to
be," said Power lineman Tonia
See, POWER, Page 2C


Haley Millsap


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Wednesday-June 27, 2007


Sports


Sports'


Jay celebrates Freedom
5K Run/Walk: The City of
Jay will hold their annual
Freedom 5K on July 4.
The race will get under-
way at 6 p.m. at Bray-
Hendricks City Park.
Registration will begin at
4:30 on July 4th.
The 5K Run will be held
first and followed by the one
mile fun walk.
Everyone who partici-
pates will go home with
awards.
For more information you
can call 474-2141 or 206-
1036.
Futbol Santa Rosa soc-
cer skills clinic: Futbol Club
Santa Rosa Director of
Coaching, Louie Sahin, is
conducting a foot skills clin-
ic.
Camp for ages U8-U13
and U14-U18 will run
through July 23 through July
26.
Time for the camp will
be from 9 a.m. to noon for
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 292-0790.
City of Milton Football:
The City of Milton is holding
football registrations for the
upcoming 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 registra-
tion.
For more information
contact the City of Milton at
983-5466.
Summer Slam 2007:
Pensacola Racquet Club will
be 'hosting Summer Slam
2007.
This is a men's and
women's doubles tournament
limited to the first 32 teams to
sign up in each division.
The format will be a com-
pass 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
Club.
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 qualify
can play their way into the
tournament based on the
qualifying tournament sched-
uled for July 22 at Pensacola
County Club.
To apply for the qualifier
you can contact the AJGA
Player's Services Department
at 877-373-2542 after June
22.
East Milton Football
and Cheerleading: Sign ups
are currently underway for
the East Milton Football
League and cheerleading
squads.
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.eastmiltony-
outhsports.com 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 eight through 14 for the
upcoming school year.
Special appearances are
expected from former
Patriots Brett Swanson,
Jacob Hazouri, and Brad
Skipper.
Campers are urged to
bring a water bottle, 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 players 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 running.


Camp instructors will be
the Milton High staff and
players.
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 students
in fifth through ninth grade.
The camp will be held
from 8 a.m. to noon each
day.
For more information on
this camp, call Pace High'
School at 994-3600.
Coach Shannan Bergen
Girls Hoops Camp:
University of West Florida
Basketball Coach Shannan
Bergen will conduct a girls
basketball camp.
The camp will be held
July 16 through July 20 from
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday
through Thursday and from
8:30 a.m. to noon on Friday.
Specialized instruction
will be offered by West
Florida women's basektball
coaching staff, players, and
high school coaches.
Camp participants will
learn all facets of the game,
including offense, defense,
and rules of play.
For more information on
the camp, contact Coach
Bergen at the University of
West Florida.
Pace Football Camps:
Patriot Football Camp is
slated for July 24 through
July 26.
This camp for students
ages seven to 14 will be held
from 9 a.m. to noon each
day.
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-
3600.
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 information,
contact Coach Condon at the
high school or call 516-
3670.


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Tonia Wells (71), a six year veteran of the team who works in Milton, is seen providing a lead block
of LaKeisha Johnson during Saturday's 10-0 first round playoff loss to the Columbus Comets at
Emmitt Smith Stadium.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Power


Continued From Page One
Wells, a six year veteran
who works in Milton. "We
are right there but just can't
seem to find the break we
need to get over the hump.
"They adjusted to
everything we did and that
is how it works."
A steady diet of Shelly
Gates running the ball
forced the Power to do what
they could to save time on
the clock.
"It seems at times we
lose that super dedicated
heart we need at times dur-
ing the season," said
Thomas. "Defensively we
had it, but we just missed it
offensively and I might
have been able to do some-
thing to help motivate them
a little more.
"There is just so much
you can do with an off tack-
le play, but when you don't
scrimmage things like this
can happen."
After a punt pinned


Millsap-

Continued From Page One
Millsap. "But the biggest
thing I miss besides my fami-
ly is my shower. Shower
hotels annoy me because they
do not have enough water
pressure."
Despite taking the break
from her busy golf schedule
Millsap admitted she hasn't
slowed down very much.
"When I get home I don't
get to stop," admitted Millsap.
"Trying to catch up with
friends, getting things done,
and adding practice on top of
that it can be just as hectic
these few days at home."


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Pensacola back on their
own five they managed to
rally with a 28 yard screen
to LaKeisha Johnson for 28
yards and another 17 yard
hook up to move the ball to
the Comets 30, but the horn
sounded to close the book
on yet another season.
Moore finished the
game with 148 yards pass-
ing as she went 10-of-20
through the air with one
interception as the Power
gained 169 yards via the
air.
LaKeisha Johnson, who
led receivers with 65 yards
on four receptions, also led
the Power on the ground by
gaining 45 yards on 15 car-
ries as she faced three
defenders each time she
touched the ball.
Injuries once again
seemed to plague the Power
at the end of the season as
they lost three starters
defensively in the last two
regular season games.


"I would play another
game right now if we could
score and win," said defen-
sive back Jessica Johnson, a
former Milton basketball
player. "This year injury
wise was our downfall on
defense.
"We just couldn't seem
to get it together, but the
league itself keeps getting
tougher and tonight we had
some key injuries and an
off night offensively."
After dominating during
the regular seasons until
suffering their first regular
season loss in 2006, the
Power are finding some
rather tough opponents
from the larger teams in the
National Women's Football
Association.
"We probably draw
from one of the smallest
talent pools of all the win-
ning teams in the league,'
said Thomas. "We have the
talent here, but their talent
pool is much larger."


Hamrac wins feature


at Five Flags Friday


Special to the Press Gazette
Donnie Hamrac didn't have
a good Super Stock car in prac-
tice Friday, leading up to the
GSA Finance Super Stock
Spectacular feature at Five
Flags Speedway.
"We hit just about every
wall in practice," said the
Semmes, Ala., driver. "We
almost loaded up and went
home."
But Hamrac's crew
changed every spring and every
shock and it worked. He took
the lead on Lap 2 and cruised to
an easy victory in the special
35-lap race.
Hamrac easily won over
Chris Cotto, while points leader
Thomas Praytor was third.
At the start, Hamrac was
fifth, but he quickly took the
lead from Earl Polk after a cau-
tion following the first lap. By
lap 5, it was Hamrac, Shannon
Jackson and Cotto running 1-2-
3, the only three drivers to win
a Super Stock feature this sea-
son.
Cotto, who had won four
features, including the previous
two, slipped past Jackson on
Lap 16. Two laps later, Jackson
spun by himself in Turn 2 and
later dropped out.
The race went green the
rest of the way and Cotto could
never challenge Hamrac.
"I couldn't get to him,"
Cotto said. "We were way off in
qualifying. It was just Donnie's
night."
In the 40-lap Pro Late
Model feature, Steven Davis
was in an unfamiliar car, but
finished in a familiar spot.
The Mobile driver led
every lap to win the race. It was
his first Pro Late Model race at
the track this season after win-
ning the points title last year
while driving the black No. 96.
On Friday night, he was driving
a blue No. 16 for a Texas
owner.
Josh Hamner finished sec-
ond. He was the fastest qualifi-
er, but had to start 12th by
virtue of winning the previous
feature. Polesitter Keith Thorpe
was third, followed by points
leader Sammy McMullen and
Brandon Carlson.
Davis started on the outside


pole and jumped out in front of
Thorpe on the start.
Johanna Long brought out
the first caution on Lap 10,
spinning on the frontstretch and
hitting the inside wall.
Hamner moved up to fifth
on Lap 13. Two laps later, the
caution came out when Eddie
Craig spun in Turn 2.
From that point, the race
went 20 green-flag laps with
the only change being Davis
pulling away from the field.
But it got interesting in the
final seven laps.
Logan Boyett passed
Carlson for third and Hamner
followed to take fourth. Two
laps later, Hamner spun out
Boyett going into Turn 2, drop-
ping Boyett to 13th.
Following the restart,
Hamner passed Thorpe for sec-.
ond just before the fourth and
the final caution came out with
four laps left. When the green
flag dropped, Hamner tried to
make his move on the outside,
but Davis held him off.
"I didn't have to run as hard
being out front," Davis said.
Boyett finished 10th.
Danny Bums, driving a
station wagon, won an excit-
ing, bump-filled 15-lap
Bomber feature for his first
win.
Rick Grimes and Wesley
King were 1-2 through the first
eight laps. Then it got wild.
Points leader Brannon
Fowler was making a move for
third place when he got loose
in Turn 4 in the middle of a
pack of cars. Amazingly, no
one spun or wrecked and the
racing continued.
King got past Grimes, who
tried to regain the lead as both
bumped and slowed. That
allowed Bums to take the lead.
Fowler finished fourth.
Billy Hoover got past
Randy Thompson three laps
from the finish to win the 20-
lap Sportsman feature for his
third win of the year.
Hoover caught Thompson
on the inside in Turn 1 and the
two stayed side-by-side by
three laps until Hoover pulled
ahead at the start-finish line.
Shanna Ard finished third
and Jim Pokrant was fourth.


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Leg. 6/705
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVI-
RONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT TO IS-
SUE PERMIT
This intent to issue a permit (File
No. 57-0257689-001-DF) to
Neulon Jackson to construct a
boardwalk and associated dock
structure, along with a conserva-
tion easement revision, is
hereby granted unless a suffi-
cient petition for an administra-
tive hearing is timely filed under
sections 120.569 and 120.57
of the Florida Statutes as pro-
vided below.
The project is located on Hick-
ory Street at Noah Street,
Holley Shores Subdivision, East
Bay Class II Waters, Prohibited
Shellfish Harvesting Area, Sec-
tion 01 Township 02-south
Range 27-west, Latitude: 306
26' 59.20"N, Longitude: 86�
54' 49.00"W, Santa Rosa
County.
The procedures for ::-ii;:.-.-:i
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low.
A person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the De-
partment's action may petition
ior an administrative proceed-
ing (hearing) under sections
,120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statutes. The petition
must contain the information set
forth below and must be filed
I (received by thie clerk) in the Of-
lice of General Counsel of the
SDepartment at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
35 Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000.
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lermine final agency action on 21 days of such notice, regard- be effective until further order of resentative's attorney are set nursing "MLM DREAM COME
the hiapplicatio the iling of a less of the date of publication the Department. forth below.1, TRUE" Everyone from
petition for an administrative William Hanson Morgan, t111, TRUE" Everyone from
hearing may result in a modifi- The petitioner shall mail a copy This permit constitutes an order All creditors of the decedent RN this ad goes in Your
cation of the permit and lease, of the petition to the aplican of the Department. The appi- and other persons, having 17 Gilmore DDownline! Huge De-
or even a denial of the apalica- at the address indicated above cant has the right to seek udi- claims or demands against de- Gulf Breeze, Flarida 32561 n HueD
lion. Accordingly, the applicant at the time of filing. The failure cial review of the order under cedent's estate, on whom a mand! Hot Camp Plan!
is advised not to commence of any person to File a petition section 120.68 of the Florida copy of this notice is required to CASE NO.: 2006-36892 Work d,-.:t . h -, Mil-
construction or other activities for an administrative hearing or Statutes, by the filing of a notice be served, must File their claims lionaires System! Call
under this :,-,-,;'l: : ,,,til the pursue mediation as provided of aIaeal under rule 9.110 of with this court WITHIN THE LICENSE NO.: 1849962 L
deadlines - I.J... , a pe- beow within the appropriate the Florida Rules of Appellate LATER OF THREE (31 MONTHS (87)41 4.
titian for 1,.., ,r,,-. 1 . ": hear- time period shall constitute a Procedure with the Clerk of the AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST The Department of Health has
ina or request for an extension waiver of those rights. Department in the Office of PUBLICATION- OF THIS NO- filed an Administrative Com- 24/7 Online Auctions
ot me have expired. General Counsel, 3900 Com- TICE OR THIRTY 30) DAYS AF- plaint against you, a copy of City of North Miami.
A petition that disputes the ma- monwealth Boulevard, Mail Sta- TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF which may be obtained by con- Crwn
Under rule 62-110.106(4) of trial facts on which the Depart- lion 35 Tallahassee, Florida, A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON in William F. Miller, Assis- osesune 28 Crown
the Florida Administrative Code, meant's action is based must con- 32399-3'00; and by filing a THEM. antn general Counsel, Prosecu- Vics, Trucks, Load-
a person whose substantial in- lain the following information: copy of the notice of the appeal ion Services Unit, 4052 Bald er/Backhoe Refuse
terests are affected by the De- o accompanied by the applicable All other creditors of the dece- Cypress Way in #C65 T a- Trucks. 7% uyer Fee.
parent's action may also e- ( The name and address of filing fees with the appropriate dent and other persons having hassee Florida 32399-3265, uc . uyer
quest an extension of time to file each agency affected and each district court of appeal. The no- claims or demands against de- (850) 245-4640 www.LSO.cc or
a petition for an administrative agency fie or identification lice of appeal must be filed cedent's estate must file their www.LSA.cc.
hearing. The Department may, number, if known- within 30 days from the date claims with ths court WITHIN If no contact has been made by wwwLSAcc
for good cause shown, grant (b) The name, address, and tele- when the final order is filed with THREE 3) MONTHS AFTER you concerning the above by
the request for an extension of hone number of the petitioner; the Clerk of the Department. Re- THE DAT OF THE FIRST PUBLI- August I, 2007, the matter of ABSOLUTE AUCTION
time. Requests for extension of Ihe name, address, and teTe- quests for review before the CATION OF THIS NOTICE. the Administrative Complaint 10:30am Sat. June 30
ime must be filed with the Of- phone number of the petitioner's Land and Water Adudicator will be presented at an ensuing 3 - A c
ice of General Counsel of the representative, if any, which Commission must be iled with ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED meeting of the Board of Nursing 1130+/- Acres Chatta-
Department at 3900 Common- shall be the address for service the Secretary of the Commission WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS in informal proceeding. nooga Tennessee Moun-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station purposes during the course of and served on the Department SET FORTH IN SECTION tain Land Offered in par-
35 Tallahassee, Florida he proceeding; and an expla within 20 days rom he date 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA In accordance with the Amen- in 0 f innc
32399-3000, before the appli- nation of how the petitioner's when the final order is filed with PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- cans with Disabilities Act per- cels 90% financing
cable deadline. A timely request substantial interests are or will the Clerk of the Department. EVER BARRED. sons needing a special accom- Higgenbotham Auction-
for extension of time shall toll be affected by the agency de- moderation to articipate in thi s eers M.E.
the running time period for filing termination; The application is available for NOTWITHSTANDING THE proceeding should contactthebo CA FL
a petition until the request is c) A statement of when and public inspection during normal TIME PERIODS SET FORTH individuaP or agenc sending Hi enbothm CAI FL
acted upon. I a request is filed how the petitioner received no- business hours, 8:00 a.m. to ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED this notice not later han seven Lic AU 5/AB158
late the Department may still tice of the agency decision; 5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri- TWO Rl YEARS OR MORE AF days prior to the proceeding at ( 8 0 0 )2 5 7 -4 1 6 1
grant it upon a motion by the re. d) A statement of all disputed day, except legal holidays, at TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE the address given on the nice. iggenbotham.com.
questing party showing that the issues of material fact, It there Department oaf Environmental OF DEATH IS BARRED. Telephone: (8501 245-4640, iggeo.
failure to file a request /or an qre none, the petition must so in- Protection, 160 Governmental 800.955-87/ 71 TDD or
extension of time before the ticale; t u l Center, Suite 201, Pensacola, THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- 1.800955-8770(V), a Fodrid ALL CASH CANDY
deadline was the result of ex- le) A concise st Fement of the ul- Florida 32502-5794. CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS Relay Service. ROUTE Do you earn
cusable neglect, timate facts alleged, inclu 0627din 07 JUNE 27, 2007. $800/day30 Ma-
the specific facts that the peti- 062707 062707 $800/day? 30 Ma-
In the event that a timely and tioner contends warrant reversal 062707 Attorney for Personal Represent- 070407 chines, Free Candy All
sufficient petition for an adminis- or modification of the agency's 6/705 alive 071107 for $9 995.
trative hearing is filed, other proposed action; and /s/Bruce A. McDonald 071807 88 29-9968
persons whose substantial inter- (t) A statement of the specific Bruce A. McDonald 6/70 888)29-9968
tests will be affected by the out- rules or statutes that the peti- Florida Bar No. 263311 200_0033. CALL US:
come of the administrative proc- tioner contends requires rever- McDonald Fleming Moorhead We will not be under-
ess have the right to petition to sal or modification of the agen- d/b/a Statewide probate soldI
intervene in the proceeding. In- cy's proposed action, 25 West Government Street sold!
tervention will be only at the dis- (g) A statement of the relief Leg. 6/706 Pensacola, FL 32502
creation of the presiding officer sought by the petitioner, stating L5543 477-0660; FAX1 0 Can You T pe
upon the filing of a motion in precisely the action that the pati- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 02-543 C an M ouyp Iet
compliance with rule liner wishes the agency to take FOR SANTA ROSA Publisher's 20WPM? U.S.A Internet
28-106.205 of the Florida Ad- with respect to the agency's pro- COUNTY, FLORIDA Personal Representative Notice Based Company needs
ministrative Code. posed action. PROBATE DIVISION /s/ Myra J. Hutchins Freedom Internet data-ntry oera-
File No.: 57-2007-CP-173 Myra J. Hutchins Freedom Communica- nerne aa-enry opera
In accordance with rules A petition that does not dispute Division: 7030 Ben Sasser Drive tions, Inc. Idba Santa tors for immediate start.
28-106.111(21 and the material facts on which the Pensacola, FL 32526 Rosa's Press Ozette and http://www.20wpm.com.
62-110.1063)(al(4), petitions Department's action is based IN RE: ESTATE OF s/ Ful. A Mson the Santa Rosa Free
for an administrative hearing by shall state that no such facts are /s/Paul A. Mason the Santa Rosa Free ....,
the applicant must be tiled in dispute and otherwise shall NORMAL. MASON Paul A. Mason Press) reserves the right I &
within 21 days of receipt ofthis contain the same information as 481 Browning Circle censo, reclassit , re-
written notice. Petitions filed by set forth above as required by Deceased. Acworth, GA 30101 to censor, reclassify, re
any persons other than the ap- rule 28-106.3b1. Under sec- vise, edit or reject any
alicant, and other than those en- tions 120.569(2c and (d) of NOTICE TO CREDITORS 062707 advertisement not meet- . :
titled to written notice under sec- the Florida Statutes, a petition 070407 ing its standards of ac-
tion 120.60(3) of the Florida for administrative hearing must The administration of the estate 6/70 et Submi n of
Statutes must be tiled within 21 be dismissed by thire agency ifof Norma L. Mason, deceased, cetance. Submission of
days oa publication of the notice the petition does not subsan- whose date of death was Janu- advertisement does not t
or within 21 days of such no- tially comply with the above re- ary 25, 2007 is pending in the constitute an agreement ' i
tice, regardless of the date of quirements or is untimely Filed. Circuit Court for Santa Rosa Leg. 6/707 to publish said
County, Florida Probate Divi- a
publication. This action is final and effective sin le No. 2607-CP-173 the NOTICE OF ACTION a vertisement. ! - ' ". en
Under section 120.60(3) of the on the date filed with the Clerk address of which is 6816 Caro- Publication orf an .' Ir' ' *'
Florida Statutes, however, any of the Department unless a peti- line Street, Milton, Florida BEFORE THE BOARD OF NURS- advertisement does not tde su'ct' 1e.hor ac
person who has asked the De- lion is filed in accordance with 32570. The names and ad- ING constitute an areement
apartment for notice of agency the above. Upon the time il- dresses of he Personal Rere- constitute an freemen
action may file a petition within ing of petition this order will not sentative and the Personal ep- IN RE; The license to practice for continued publication. I -- - '*


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doors. Iron s
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woods, wedge
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Drivers
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'Ab-Doer Music Director for lively Now Hirig U K &o ucal Help vvanted
ser. Phone Growing church. Warm, Drivers- New Equipment; Earn $800-$ 3200
growing community o Great Benefits; Premium Monthly to drive brand
noted country church Pay Package. new cars with ads placed
Seeds o newMusic Di- Call akley T transport, on hem.
. rector to take our worship 877)484-3042 www.AdCarDrive.com
to new level. Backed by Drivers
0 an enthusiastic choir and OTR drivers deserve
strong congregation, this more pay and more
t iron pot part-time salaried posi- hometime! $.42/milel
idle $100, tion calls for a talented Home weekends and dur-
trunk $30, lead musician who loves ing the week! Run our (
pper milk to praise the Lord with his Florida Region! Heart-
s 39x62 people. Current service land Express
oden shelf pattern at Chumuckla (800)441-4953 ' " -. .A
S48x42 United Methodist Church w-w.hearilandexpress.com.
is: Sunday: 9am Praise Drivers: I, I I
- Service, 1lam Tradi-
,b wih 4 tional Service, 6pm Even- Driver Trainees BUSINESS,& FINANCIAL
oun- ers.ing Service, 7pm Choir Needed. No CDL? No
01-0270 practice. Hours negotia- Probleml Earn up to 5100 - Business
ble - perhaps 5 hours per $900/wk. ame Opportunities
week. Salary - $6,000 weekends with TMC. 5110 - Money to Lend
ll P R Clive Company endorsed CDL
Call Pastor, Rev. Clive T r a in ing
Knights on 932-2510 or 1-866-2805309
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0 Garcon Dental Assistant, long term for growing
Exit 26, in-cleaningbusiness.
ets, wood Full-time Dental Calle 4-1785
fairway Assistant needed imme-
s and club diately in Milton office. Healthcare/CNA/Aide
Experience required.
Sunday Please call 623-0379 for I am looking for a
more information, care giver to sit with my
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4100 - Help Wanted Mon-Fri
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs drivers
4120 - Sales e
4130- Employment 8 u50/
Information 433-02

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S 4100
Administrative/Support

Administrative
Assistant Posi-
tion Open
Must be proficient in
QuickBooks, Publisher,
etc. Must demonstrate
in-depth knowledge of
computer operation, com-
puter creativity, writing
and multitasking. Good
personality, professional-
ism and good communi-
cations ability 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, Paramedics. EOE.
Drug Free workplace.
jobs@l ts.net or (850)
472-0 89


leed Driver
every night
er mile
0 drop/pick up
e 30 minutes)
r trailer experi-
must!
MVR
0-626-8578

to deliver tires on
route and work
use in evenings
. Must have valid
license and pass
st. Starting pay
'hr. will train.
57


Driver: DON'T JUST
START YOUR
CAREER, START IT
RIGHT! Company Spon-
sored CDL training in 3
weeks. Must be 21.
Have CDL? Tuition reim-
bursement! CRST.
(866)400-2778.

Drivers
Medical Equipment
Technician/Diriver
Local medical supply
company seeking
individual able to work
as needed. Must have
good driving record.
Send resume to:
5201 Dowood Drive
Milton 32"570
Fax 626-6512

Drivers
ASAP! Drivers
Needed $1000+weekly
$0 Lease/$1.20pm
Sign-On Bonus CDL-A +
3 mos OTR
(800)635-8669.


ble live in or shift work.
Call 983-8075 or
982-0139
Installation/Maint/Repair
Trim carpenters needed.
Must have insurance and
exemption card. A lot of
work available.
Call Wesley Smith at
(850) 541-3356
Insurance
INSURANCE:
COMMERCIAL CSR
If you are interested in a
career with excellent sal-
ary & benefits, apply
on-line to: Fisher-Brown,
Inc., www.itpays.com
Job Opportunities - EOE
Medical Billing Rep.
Full-time position, ex-
perience preferred but
will train the right person.
Pay based on experi-
ence. Fax resume to:
626-2734
Other
CALLING ALL..Coyote
uy pe girls and road
rules ,ind of guys. Call
Sarah today For details:
(877) 710-1160.
Other
Part-time, home-
based Internet busi-
ness. Earn $500-$ 1000
/ month or more. Flexible
hours. Training provided.
No investment required.
FREE details.
www.K748.com.
Real Estate
Need Licensed Real Es-
tate Agent for new con-
struction sales/model
home. Milton.area. Fax
resume to
850-435-1555.
Sales
OUTGOING PEOPLE
needed part-time generat-
ing leads at The Home
Depot. Hours Fri-Sun
only. Base wage:
$12 .00/hr+ bonus Call
850-969-0697 ask for
Craig Background check
required.


Page 5-


Milton
2/BR 1/BA newly reno-
vated apartment
$525mo/$500dep. No
smoking no pets. Just off
Avalon lvd. 994-9391

Milton
2/BR 2/BA waterfront.
$550/mth $550/deposit
Don Cumbie Really
377-6787
Milton
2BR/1BA CH&AC New
Carpet! Water, Sewer,
Garbage Included.
$475/$475 Great
Neighbors! Triplex Dear-
born & Peachtree 1 Block
off Stewart Milton Drive
by, then leave message.
291-8088 (Also-One
Bedroom $425)
Milton


Furnished 2 room stu-
Have fun selling AVON dio apartment. Newly re-
and making $? $. Call modeled & utilities in-
Cathy @ 723-5061. eluded great for single
Must be 18yrs old with person 650 month with
driver's license. 300 deposit. Available
July 1st.
6425 Lynnwood Circle
438-1660
VERY
REWARDING Milton
Commission Factoring 1 Bedroom furnished
Franchise. 80% customer apartment with central &
repeat. High profit mar- alr. No pets. $425 per
in. Exclusive territory. month plus deposit. Call
Call 888-560-5501 for aointment.
www.commission 626-%00
express.com Milton
1 Bed/i Bath total elec-
tric. Water & garbage
pickup included. No
D_ '- pets. $380/month
$300/deposit 623-5697
( '--Milton
SBrick duplex 2BD/1BA
stovedish washer,
Ylaundry room all ceramic
-AL ESAT R. tile. Non-smoking
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT $575/month
626-2928
6100 - Business/
Commercial Milton
6110 - Apartments FOR RENT:
6120 - Beach Rentals ALL utilities included
6130 - Condo/Townhouse Electricity, Cable, DSL.
6140 - House Rentals Downtown Milton, ver
6150 - Roommate Wanted private 2 acres on cree .
6160 - Rooms for Rent Patio, large fireplace, for-
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot mal living room, dining,
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals private parking, all ce-
6190 - Timeshare Rentals ment, circle drive bar,
6200 - Vacation Rentals butcher block table.
Kitchen overlooking
- patio and creek, also ap-
roved for ALL disabili-
lies. CH/A, furnished or
6100 unfurnished. Linens, TVs
microwave, dishes, mail-
Mln box, small appliances.
Milton Just bring clothes.
COMMERCIAL $795+Dep. 1 or 2 bed-
BUILDING rooms. 850-983-8195
for sale/lease by owner.
1500 sq ft. 2-12'x12'
para.e doors. s2 shop &
/2 office/showroom on RNAS-
N. Stewart across from 6140
skating rink. 983-2296
or 206-4008, 3BR/2BA Foreclosure!
30,0001 Only
$238/Mol 5% down 20
Pace, Great Space years @ 8% apr. Buy
Available. 1543sq ft. lo- 6/BR $215/Mol For list-
cated at 4342 Hwy 90, inas (800)366-9783 Ext
Pace, FI 32571 5798.
850-994-9633 (West
section of the Pace Area 6/BR Foreclosure
Chamber of Commerce $27,0001! 5/BR Only
building) $1,300 per $28,0001 Stop Rentingl
month + tax and V2 elec- More Homes Available
trick. Occupancy Availa- from $10,000! For List-
ble Immediately. Call ings (800)366-9783
Lloyd Hinote 516-6960 Exf 5669.


3100 - Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
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/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)


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...
Applicants will be required to complete a ' Release of Information Statement.0 Job Description
available upon request.

EEO/ADA/DFWP


APAC, Inc. Hiring qualified applicants
for the following positions:
* Experienced Service Truck Driver-
CDL/HAZMAT
* Experienced Asphalt Crew- Paving Machine
Operator, Rakeman/Luteman, Roller Operator
* Experienced Motor Grader Operator
* Experienced Dozer Operator
Applications accepted, M-F 7am-5pm
4375 McCoy Dr., Pensacola, FL.,
APAC is a drug-free workplace & EOE.


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for new construction
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Milton area.
Fax resume to: 850-435-1555


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Operations Management,
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Equal Opportunity Employer
Drug Free Workplace
jobs@lgts.net
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1. Inits. on an F-117
5. Was overly fond of
10. Arch
14. The Little Prince
15. Poe family-name
16. Show fear
17. Walked
18. Tableau
19. Sometimes-bearded
flower
20. Bled
21. Death row reprieve
22. Chair back
ornaments
24. More irate
26. Sacred song
27. Quayle's st.
28. Humdrum one
29. Oola's Alley
32. Natives of Oulu
35. Health club amenity
36. All-terrain vehicle,
for short
37. Open-mouthed
38. Cohere
39. "Diving _ the
Wreck" (Adrienne
Rich)
40. Ending for king or
bore
41. Grace under
pressure
42. "Rocket Man" singer
John


3. Hindustani title
4. Artist Warhol
5. Tierra _ Fuego
6. Norwegian
8. Fragrant firs
2. "El de Coca
Cola"
4. Word in Bush's
infamous promise
5. Sheep's shout
6. Stringed instrument
7. Horse cry
9. Zephyr
0. Utilizer
1. Lock part
2. Inventor's start
3. Roman Polanski film
4. Simon's Plaza
5. Aerie

DOWN
1. Word on bottles of
concentrated
detergent
2. Plastic wrap brand
3. Amid
4. Provided sustenance
5. Did a cleaning job
6. Tony's cousin?
7. The Harder Fall
8. Dusk, to a poet
9. Thanksgiving menu
standard
0. Overflow
1. Dominant


12. Hit the runway
13. Costner's
Untouchables role
21. Iniquities
23. Bear with a hard bed
25. Love token
26. Dried plum
28. Web-footed Disney
heroine
30. Name of four Holy
Roman emperors
31. Day laborer
32. Fashion passions
33. The Munsters' pet
bat
34. Places on the ballot
35. Skid
38. Gives the nod
39. Maladies
41. Wrangler's pal
42. Elver's parents
45. Jane's Frasier role
47. Extraordinary things
48. Archie Bunker, e.g.
49. Wait
50. Lions' prides
51. Begin's Camp David
partner
52. Sate
53. Artifice
54. Taylor of Ransom
58. Water, to Pierre
59. Take the gold


Automotive DII
Clea
Inboard/Outboard We fui
Service & Repair. A/C Senior d
Check Special $19.95. Homes
Boutwell Automotive Call
623-4750 RI

Pit Stop Sqeeky
Parts & Services wit*
5736 Washington Home
Street, Milton
981-2484 6
Offering racing supplies -
all types of welding, high
temperature pressure
washing.
"If we ain't got it...
we'll get it." Concrete


Towing
Wanted
Junk Cars &
Scrap Metal
516-3157 or
983-8944




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




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

Cleaning Services

LOOK
QUALITY CLEANING
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
Rachiel Phillips
Residential Cleanina
Services Highest Quality
Results "Guaranteed' "!
*Home *Rentals Afforda-
ble Rates. Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured.
(850)393-7276 or
850]623-0327 from
pam-Spm Monday -
Friday

Dependable
Housekeeper
Seeking
additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience!
References available
upon request
Call 994-6236


RT CHEEP
ning Service
rnish supplies.
discount with ad.
s, condos, etc.
384-2388
honda's
Clean Service
dependable
h references
es, offices and
campers
523-8415

*NCIRTE-79


Ron Gilley
Concrete
*Driveways *Patios
*Side Walks *All Phases
of Concrete *Concrete
Removal. Residential &
Commercial.
Free Estimates
(850)554-4107t
Concrete
Mike Kaylor
Cement Mason
*Patios *Driveways
*Walks Free Estimates,
No job too small. Qual-
ity work at affordable
prices. 994-0897




Fences/ Decks/ Docks
Border to Border
Fence & Deck
Company
All types of fencing in-
stalled and repaired.
Specializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Estimates.
4 8 5 - 2 5 3 2.
www.bordertoborder-
fence.com



Handyman
Service
Free Estimates
Call 686-1298



ANN BARNHILL
TRUCKING
Dirt Work, Fill Dirt,
Crushed Asphalt, Brown
Dirt, Limestone Drive-
ways, Culverts & Mobile
Home Pads. Call for
price: 850-623-3461
850-232-0670
Free Estimates!



"Can You Dig It?"
Heavy Equipment
School. 3wk training
program. Backhoes Bull-
dozers, Trackhoes. Local
job placement. Start dig-
ginq dirt Now. Call
(866362-6497 or
(888(707-6886.


AMERICA'S DRIVING
ACADEMY!! Start your
driving career today!
Offering courses in CDL
A. Low tuition feel Many
payment options!
(o registration feel
(888)899-5910
nfo@americasdrivingacademy.


Operator CERTIFIED.
Hands on Training. Job
Placement Assistance.
Call Toll Free
(866)933-1575. ASSO-
IATED TRAINING SER-
VICES, 5177 Homosassa
Trail, Lecanto, Florida,
34461.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP-
ERATOR TRAINING FOR
EMPLOYMENT: Bulldoz-
ers, Backhoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators;
National Certification,
Job Placement Assis-
tance; Associated Train-
ing 251-3274 Services
www.equipmenloperator.comn
NATIONAL TRUCK &
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS SCHOOL
30,000+ Trained,
350-Acre Facility, Job
Placement Assistance,
Nationally Accredited,
VA & DANTES
www.truckschool.com -
www.earthmoverschool.com
(800)488-7364 OR-
ANGE PARK, FL.




ADVANCED TREE
REMOVAL
Trees: Trimmed/Removed
Licensed & insured
Free Estimates
24 Hour Service
(850) 324-3203
Serving Santa Rosa
for 15 yrs.

Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service. From
trimming to tractor work.
Clean-ups, raking, haul-
ing, mowing, bushhagg
ing, dirt work. Reasona-
ble rates free estimates.
(850)623-0493.
Licensed & Insured.
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, reading dirt &
gravel, front end loader.
Owner operated and
locally owned.
Call 623-5370 or
(cell) 850-324-9149

K & N Lawn
Service
*Mowing
*Edging
*Trimming
*Debris Removal.
Very reasonable prices.
Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861


L & W Lawn
Maintenance
*Mowina*Trimming
*Raking*Flauling Sod
*Pressure.Washing
Commercial &
Residential
Licensed & Insured
850-983-6858
850-516-5143

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


Superior
Landscaping
Certified Landscape
Professional
We specialize in:
:Sprinkler Systems
*Complete Flower Bed
Design and Installation
*Sodding
*Grating
*Lawn Maintenance
*Low Consultation fee for
the do-it yourselfer
*Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
Jon Fain,
Owner/Operator
995-0228




Remove your criminal
record and travel abroad
starting from $95.
We can help 24/7.
www.americanardons.com
(800)360-8763.




Leber's
Paint & Trim LLC
Licensed & Insured Call
for Free Estimates. Inte-
rior Painting, Trim Work,
Pressure washing.
Exterior Painting.
850-206-5370

New Hope
Painting &
Wallpapering
*Drywall repairs & patch
work
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, patios,
& sidewalks)
*Carpentry work (crown
molding, paneling,
install cabnits, build
decks, trim, base &
case)
*Residential
interior/exterior.
Family owned business,
over 30 years.
Call the Ericksens today!
(850) 723-2550 or
623-6034


Remodeling/Additions
B & B Home
Improvements
25 years experience.
Free Estimates. Licensed
& Insured. Call anytime
(850)981-3936 or
(850)346-3007 '
"No job too small!" ,






ROGERS' DOZER
SERVICES, INC.
Land clearing, and all
tractor dozer and related-,
services. Free Estimates.
NO JOB TOO SMALLI'
You may find cheaper-
but you won't find befter.o
Call Billy Rogers:'
850-957-4952 or cell:-
850-261-8407


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






Fournier's Stump'
Grinding & Tree Service
Free estimates
Best price guaranteed!!
15/. Senior Citizen
Discount
Specializing in hard to
reach areas, any size
stump removal &root
running.
Licensed & insured
850-292-9192
Family owned
and operated.


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







TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers,
garages, portable sheds,
CARPORTS
Call for best
prices in town!
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Financing Available
Free delivery & setup
(850 983-2296 or
Call: (850) 206-4008


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Wednesday
July 4th
deadlines will be:
For all ads includ-


( J ling garage sales is
Wednesday June
27th by 3:00 pm. For Legal
Advertising the deadlines are
Wednesday June 27th by 12pm


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June 27, 2007


Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


3/BR 1/BA on 1 acre
If land. Great condition
775/mth
775/deposit.
Non-smoking environ-
rhent. Janet Coulter
206-3666
Chumuckla
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
Quiet neighborhood
in East Milton next to
Marquis Basin. 2BD/1 BA
fenced.yard, central heat
& air. $650/$400
$29-1388
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3 bed-
rooms. $400-$650 per
month. Call 994-5703

Milton
*3/21/2 Home
On Canal
:4171 Snapper Ave.
East Milton $1150
*3/2 Home
5811 Central School
'Rd. Allentown $900
'*3/2 Home
8408 Chisholm Rd.
Pensacola $850
*3/2 Home
'On Golf Course
'5661 Trevino Dr.
'Milton $1,200
*.3/1 Home
6449 Sellers Dr.
'Milton $750.
'*3/1 Home
6460 Howard Ave.
'Milton $750.
Santa Rosa Realty
'623-0077

Milton
1200sf 2/BD 2/BA
vaulted ceilings, large
kitchen, new carpet in
quiet neighborhood. No
pets $74/$745. Call
995-4831
Milton
4/BR 2/BA Brick home.
Quiet neighborhood.
$900/mte 623-3969
Milton
Lakefront 3br/2b.
1500+ sq. ft., 1-car
garage, 10'x30' screen
room overlooking lake.
Will consider lease-own
option to buy.
/126,000.00
6583 Lakeshore Drive
485-4498
Milton
3BD/2BA brick home,
201 Osqft split floor plan
with living room,
dining room, breakfast
nook, fireplace and
covered front porch.
$1 200/mth
850-305-9222
Milton Area
2/BR 1/BA $500/mth
Deposit and references.
499-7412
Milton
Marlboro Village
3BD/2BA
$500mth/$500dep
Blackwater New 3/2
waterview & access
$1300mth/$1300dep
723-2532
Never Rent Againl
Buy 4BR/2BA1 4,0001
nly $199/Mol 2BR
$10,0001 5% down
20years 8%. HUD
Homes Availablel
For listings
(8001366-9783
Ext 5796.
Pace
3BD/2BA 1 car garage.
$800mo/$500dep. Nb
pets. Call tor appt
994-7246
Pace
4/2/2 Split FLP
home (Large)
non-smokers. Credit
check required. At rent-
ers expense) $1225/mth
$1000/deposit
5342 English Oaks Dr.
850-826-0832


Pace Pace
House For Rent
4/br 3/ba 3000 sq ft. 3/BR 2/BA 14x70 on
All brick 4 rs old in Oak private lot. Total Electric.
Meadows Sub. Will do No Pets. $625/mth
lease with option. $1650 $300/deposit. � 3896
a month $1000 Dep. Ledgend Creek Dr. Bay
Call: 554-7207 Crest Realty 994-7918
SSpringhill
- 6150 Completely Furnished
or unfurnished 2004
Pace trailer 14x70 3/BR
1/BA nice. In Springhill
Mature working female community. 5 mi from
to share home Coldwater Ridina Stables
3BR/1 Y2BA with mother & 8 miles from Whiting
and daughter. Laundry Field back gate, on acre-
and kitchen privileges, age adjacent to Black-
All utilities included, water forest. No pets,
$450/month with non- smoking environ-
S100/de osit. Small ment. $600mo
dog ok. Call 995-1125 $400dep. References
or 463-4103 needed. 623-8920



Milon Brand-new homes
Share 3BD/2BA home from the $100s in
with CH/A utilities paid, prime locations through-
washer & dryer. Please out Florida. Active adult
call in evenings communities with resort
626-8336 amenities, activities and
events. (800)274-7314
" www.EquityLifestyle.com.
East Milton
2BD/2BA mobile home | 6200
on private lot. $650mo & Monroeville, A.
$600dep Monroeville, Al.
(850)393-5058
85013- -5058- _ Hunting Lease looking
East Milton for additional members,
1285 acres just north of
Doublewide 3/BR 2/BA Monroeville, Al.Great
on 1.5 acres. $700/mth deer & turkey hunting.
$500/deposit. 9890 15 food plots. $200 initi-
American Farms Rd. ation fee. Approx $1800
981-1631 per year. Family oriented
Milton. Cal 0850-501-0273 or
850-393-9343 for infor-
2/BR 1/BA front motion.
kitchen Avalon Blvd.
Milton ' ,
2/BR 1/BA Private lot I ",
$500/mth $250/deposit
Total Electric. No Pets
Bay Crest Realty. ...g.
994-7918 a 1*1
Milton REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
2/br 1/ba Water & Gar- 7100 - Homes
bage furnished. No 7110 - Beach Home/
pets.$365/month Property
$300/deposit 7120 - Commercial
Call 675-6614 7130- Condo/Townhouse
Milton 7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
2/BR 2/BA Total Elec- 7160 - Mobile Homes
tric Avalon Blvd. 7170 - Waterfront
626-8973 7180 - Investment
Property
Milton 7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
2BR/1 BA mobile home 7200 - Timeshare
for rent on East Gate Rd.
$500 per month + de- .V'
posit. Call 686-0602 or
501-6220 -7100
Milton
3BR/1 BA furnished
or unfurnished 2005
Total electric, no pets. R TVIW
East Gate Mobile Home CRESTVIEW &
Ranch. 626-8973 HOLT, FL - NEW
Milton CONSTRUCTION
4 br, 3 ba, 2 cg, al
Well kept, quiet park. brick. Rent, Buy, Rent-to
Rent includes water, gar-' own. 850- 897-0072 o
bage and lawn service. www.WeAreHomeFinders.com
No Pets.
2BR/1BA for $425/mth' Homes for sale
2BR/2BA for $500/mth,
2BD/2BA for $375/mth. FREE REPORT!
Call 255-7772 How to Stop Paying
Milton Rent FOREVER And
Quiet park, trees, own a home of your
new 2BD/2BA mobile owni Quit pouring Rent
home. No pets & no money "Down the
smoking. $535 plus Drain'. Owning your
deposit-sewer and gar- own home is quick and
bage included 62 -1552 easy with the informa-
tion in this report! For
Pace free recorded
information and your
1/BR Mobile Home in free copy call
Park. $435/mth 1-80 54065ext.
$200/deposit. Water &2234This is ext
Garbage furnished. No no-obligation commu-
Pets. 6531 Palamino nity service. Paradise
Drive. Bay Crest Realty Home Realty, LLC
994-9178

BLACKWATER R v
RIVER
WATERFRONT LOT The All New!

Deep Water Docking Jay
Gulf Access
House Plans Available Apartments
Minimum Restrictions FULLY RENOVATED
Unlimited Sunsets ONE, TWO, AND
Zoned RC-1 THREE BEDROOM UNITS
$150,000 NOW AVAILABLE
$150,000 W.A.C.


850-393-0121 1


850*983*6995


Milton
2BD/2BA Duplex,
newly renovated just off
Avalon Blvd. $110,000.
Call 994-9391

Milton
All brick 3/2, large
back yard, paved cul
de sac road, newer
two dimensional roof
shingles, new central
heat & air, $122,000.
Appointment only
626-7116

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


South Central Florida
LAKE LOT SALE!
Lake Access- $79,900
(was $199,900)
Lake View-$124,900
was $224,900)
Lakefront- $299,900
was $399,900).
Owner says "SELL" 1 to
3 acre lake properties re-
duced $100,000+.
Gated community, water
sewer, paved rds, u/g
utils. Excellent financing.
Call now
(866)352-2249, x.
2046.


| 7160
Trailer 40x24
2BD/2BA, New
laminate wood floor &
carpet, 3ton unit new
central h/a unit siding,
roof, kitchen & bathroom
ca binets Appliances in-


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


I Will build on Slab or Piers

con-ycbur-1cot buI c *3!r


Baths
Bellehaven I
Chadwick 2
Stratford 2
Norwood 2
Mayfair 2
Diplomat 2
Hampton 2
Gemini 2
Inglewood 2
Ambassador 2
York 2
Oxford 2
Lexington 2
Lexington 4 BR 2
Pinebrook (Signature Series)2
Fleetwood 2
Kingston (Signature Series) 2


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aa...o,,..., 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. * 477-7880
FL. Lic. #CRCO44810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


Sq. Ft.
1040
1149
1257
1341
1418
1510
1525
1579
1586
1610
1622
1713
1812
1812
1833
1949
2129
2215


Signature Series) 3 2495
m Duplex 2(1 each unit) 1740
m Duplex 4 (2 each unit) 2062


8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140- Vans
8150- Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 - Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - AT/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes




Volkswagen Bug
Convertible- 1978
restored. Asking $7500
995-0789




Camaro '02, burnt or-
ange color, power win-
dows, CD/radio, tinted
windows, H/A plenty of
tread on tires. $ 10,000
626-1840
kburns@cvm.msstate.edu

Chevy El Camino '81.
Good car, will need
transmission work.
$1,500 worth of new
partsjust installed.
417-2818




Mercedes
SL500 2003
white, sport pkg., low mi.
$57,500850-585-5915

Oldsmobile Silhouette,
1995, good for arts
$300. 994-3858
Call before 4pm

Pay Cash for junk cars
or rucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048


Pay Cash for junk cars Oldsmobile 88 Royal, 1999 Shatau Sport
or trucks. Running or not. 1992 parts needed for 27 ft. Class C Motor
Call: 983-9527 or front end. 939-2628 Home. Chevy 3500 V8
723-5048 __gas. Generator, AC very
economical. Mint
983-2296 or 206-4008
|08120-2
Jeep Wrangler 1992 2006 Cargo Express
good condffion $4,400 T A enclosed utility trailer
850-496-5482 or uEINI hA 6x1 2x6. Side door, rear
626-8683 E u double doors, top vent
Single axle. Mint never
1998 Avon use. $2150. 983-2296
Hard bottom inflatable. or206-4008
S 8130 80HP 4-stroke Yamaha.
Chev pick-up 1970 Excellentcond. $10,500 Tiago Arrow
350 Auto. Askin Call 850-585-5915 1989
$1,600.00626-D012 Good Condition. Call
Ford F-350 Super duty, Bss Tracker 1990 Donnie 994-7918
1999 Power stroke, low 18ft boat with 110
1999 Power stroke, low Evinrude and galvanized
hitch, d5th wheel se trailer. 393-8T42 or
neck $18,500 982-0139
957-4952 or 261-8407 | 8340
& S36' Monaco
- -1 84082 40 -1 Knight
1 8140 I I--Diesal, $85,000 with
L Seadoo Challenger matching 2004 Jeep
1800 twin en ine jet Grand Cherokee 4x4,
W boat. 1998 lie new, low $18,000. Email
1995 Chevrolet Hi h to hours $8900. Call rvhud ens@mchsi.com
Conversion Van $3200. 712-1010 850-939-2218
120,000 miles, excellent
condition. Automatic
Must see to appreciate
623-5566 I =n"
JeepoI


550 HWT dozer, NEW 2007 WRANGLER 4X4
wel e 765 hursa. 27JEER
Practically new and not ONLYINA
850-957-4952 or
850-261-8407
Ford 455D, 1993
Frontend loader. Back-
hoe 1,550 original
hours. Excellent icondi-
tn Municipality owned.
850-957-4952 or
850-2 61-8407Side Steps, Big Tires/Wheels, Infinity Stereo, Nice!
Texas/Bradg, 2007 a
10 ton tandem axle dual as
wheel equipment trailer. $23,739
850-957-4952 or YOUR PRICE: sik # 2 47l
850-261-8407



Kawasaki 1998
Vulcan Classic 1998 Ptce is ofter all rebotes, Indudig Chier Roe ncial onus cash. All vehicles
15k original miles subject to pdor sale. Plus tax, tog, fees and $269 pre-delIWvery serve darge.
$2,000 in extras $4500 Deler not respoeosible rophien Sale prksgood on day of ad,m
Firm. Please call seepaiseeglredsoder rko of DrlderhOlroerCromonOCi0m. ler is a
261-8407 or 957-4952 iegl0wed tiodenrerk of Doloer Clhr Corporat0o. 86o247


RED HOT CLEAR THE LOT!

SIZZUNG SAVINGS ON THESE USED VEHICLES!


'99 MERCURY MARQUIS
65K, X2701A............................... $5,995'
'00 BUICK CENTURY
66K, X2700A ............................... 5,9 9 5 '
'04 PONTIAC GRAND AM
51K, X2694A ............................... 8 ,4 9 5'
'03 BUICK LESABRE
B7062A...................... ................. 6 ,4 9 5
'04 FORD FOCUS
49K, P7058A............... ................ 8,595
'06 CHEVY MAUBU
30K,X2695-..... ................ 1,995'
'05 FORD EXPEDITION
Eddie Bauer,1T7168A..............*22,995'
101 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
B7046B2 .....................................09,9 9 5
'05 CHEVY WORK TRUCK
35K, P7020B ...........................* 10,99 '5


'06 CHEVY HHR
34K,X2724.............................. 11,995'
'07 JEEP LIBERTY
20K, X2723....... ...................... 16,9 9 5 '
'06 MAZDA 3
21K, U5810 ......... ................... 9 9 5 '
'99 CADILLAC DEVILLE
B7047A2..................................... ,9 9 5 '

'01 DODGE RAM 2500
40K,B7047A1 ......................... $11,495'
'02 OLDS ALERO
X2691A ....................................... *6 ,9 9 5 *
'01 SATURN SL1
X2696B ....................................... *5 ,9 9 5
'96 CHEVY 1500 EXT CAB
T7193A....................................... 6 ,4 9 5 '
'03 FORD F-350 DUALLY SLT
Power Stroke-......................... 1 ,995'


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HWY. 90 AT 89, MILTON * 623-3481


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'04 KIA SEDONA LX
X2709A .................................... 0 ,9 9 5
'04 BUICK RENDEZVOUS
43K, U5812 .............................-*12,995 *
'058 NISSAN ALTIMA
38K, U5813 ....................14,995'
'91 CHEVY C-3500 DUALLY
89K, New Tires, T7199A-............... 117,995'
'04 FORD SUPER DUTY F-250 4X4
Diesel, Power Stroke, T7173A..* $26,995
'06 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
26K, X2727-.............................. $10,995*
'07 FORD FUSION
18K, X2725............ ................ 14,995 *


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Pace eluded $25,000.00
Must see to appreciate it.
REDUCED PRICE Call 675-0763
$299,995
RELOCATING: MUST
SELL
3000sqft. 4BD/3BA
home in Pace on 1 acre, 7190 ]
fireplace, family room,
Florida room office, 2 Gulf Breeze
car arae, build 4 bedrooms, 2000 sq
10/a5. enced land- ft, with ool. Totally reno-
scaped yard. Open vated. Seller pays clos-
House: Sun-Sat. 5123 ing. 994-1989 or
Gardenbrook Blvd., 7T2-5983
32570 (off Hamilton
Brid e) 11am-7pm New Orleans,
(85 76-2583 Louisiana ~
Potential Bed &
*Breakfast
in Historic Faubourg
71r2 Marigny District. 2 story
710 home with off street park-
ing, balcony view of
Milton downtown New Orleans
skyline. Stained glass
For Sale Commercial doors & windows, hard
Property 1.5 acres down- wood floors. $480000
town Milton Ask for Greg (504)
850-982-4501 460-5408 or e-mail:
glewiscont@hotmail.com
Y-W- Palm Harbor Homes
30th Anniversary
710 Salel Huge Discounts,
f -7150 IEasy Financing. 0%
Down when you own
Deer Countr your land. Hurry while
Land for sale off 41 on his offer lastsl
Hwy 55/Travis Rd. 4-15 (800)622-2832.
acres. 251-867-9155 or-
850-623-4750 Pensacola
Lake Estelle area
2,000sq ft, with pool. To-
tally renovated with
Milton d $8,000 Ganite pool. Seller pays
Priced $8,000 dosinq.994-1989 or
Description: Coam NW 71 94-1989 or
corner of lot 5+L S89 E 712-
860 Ft Ths 13 W 593.4
feet to pob th con tsl 3.
Interested call M. Moon
(706) 548-0821

Pace
240 Road Frontage x
420 lot for sale off West
Spencerfield Rd. 3rd lot
behind Winn Dixie.
Zoned RM1 possible
commercial.
$300,000/frim.
698-8337

Pace
2 Lots for sale,
$26,500 behind
Wal-Mart 1/4 acre
each on Tealwood Drive.
Duplex for sale,
2Bedroom/1 Bath each,
off Nine Mile Road,
$137,500. Call
995-2555 or 261-2475 '07 GMC S11

Pace
Large waterfront home-
site. 3706 Andrew Jack-
son. 220' road frontage.
Beautiful views. Circular
driveway, mature palms,
well sprinkler system,
public sewer.
175,000/offer. Ryan
cott Owner/Agent
850-380-6765 Keller
Williams Realty


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HosI a Siampin Up! workshop - Home Improvemens
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626-9164 n^L -nz 232-8746 I'r'
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MIKE KAYLOR
Cement Mason

Patios - Driveways-. Walks
0 Free Estimates Quality work
!No lob too small Atiordable prices

, 850-994-0897






A'! Steel Construction
iuI OFFICE


,e . Ci: 850-206-4008


DIRT HEEP
Cleaning Service
We Furnish Supplies
Senior Discount with Ad
Homes * Condos * Offices
. 850-384-2388
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Tractor Tree Specialist
35 Years Experience
Fanily Operated
-Tree- Remorrv.al -Tree- Trimmingi
*Din W,,ork *Erosion Corrirclr
*Proper drainage or ,iarnding waier
-Sod - Weed Corirol
Le. r,.-e, . ,. InsureCd
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DAN'S TRACTOR
WORKS
LICENSED & INSURED
Bush-Hogging - Debris Remova
Front-End Loading ~ Discing
Cell (850)529-8718
Home (850)623-8697 -"
Dan Francisco - Owner.


NEW HOPE PAINTING\
& WALLPAPERING
Interior ~ Exterior ~ Residential
~ Dry Wall - Pressure Cleaning
~ Wallpapering ~ Carpentry Work
Call the Ericksens today!
723-2550 - 623-6034
11r no answer, please leave message


be's Paint and Trim,T LC
Interior & Exterior
*Painting
'Trim Work
-Pressure Washing
Call lor Free Ouole!
Licensed & Insured
Phone. (850) 206-5370
Email: BryanLetber21 @yahoo.com




'Driveways 'Patios
"Side Walks
"All Phases of Concrete
"Concrete Removal
Residential & Commercial
Licensed & Insured

'k 85)54-10


WHO CHOP?
RECORDING STUDIO
Full digital recording studio.
Call for appointments and rates.
6051 Sa'.,annan Drive
rili.on, FL J2'5.7i
Phone 850-698-7928
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From trimming to tractor work
. Bushhogging ~ Dirt Worl
Clean-ups - Raking
Hauling Mowing
Reasonable Raies - Free Estimates
(850) 623-0493
Cell- 485-7977
� �Licensed & Insured /


F L&W LAWN
MAINTENANCE
*Mowing 'Trimming -Raking
*Hauling-Sod-Pressure Washing
Commercial & Residential
Licensed & Insured
850-983-6858
SCell: 850-516-5143


FOURNIER'S
STUMP GRINDING
FREE ESTIMATES
I, BEST PRICE
- GUARANTEED
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AREAS. ANY SIZE
STUMP REMOVAL
& ROOT PRUNING
850-292-9192
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TRUCKING, INC.
Fill Dir Brown Dirt
Limestone Crushed Asphalt
Driveway Culverts
Mobile Home PADS




/Superior Landscaping
Certified Landscape Professional
We specialize in:
"Sprinkler Svsrem-s
�Cornpleie Flower Bed De.?.gn and
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Cell: (850) 261-8407
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