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Sexual offender at Carpenter's Park


WEDNESDAY

July 4, 2007


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srprEssgazette.com
On Friday afternoon, the
United States Marshals
North Florida Violent Task
Force apprehended 65-year -
old Charles Hayes while he
was fishing at Carpenter's
Park in Milton, located at the
intersection of Munson
Highway and Broad Street.


Hayes is wanted by police
in Connecticut for sexually
assaulting two young girls.
Hayes of Miller Road in
Milton was arrested without
incident and transported by
the Milton Police Department
to Santa Rosa County Jail.
During their investigation,
task force members from
Escambia and Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Offices,


along with Milton Police
Department, discovered that
Hayes loved to fish. The Task
Force quickly dispersed to
areas around Milton that are
popular among local fisher-
men.
"We were contacted by
our Marshals Office in
Bridgeport (Connecticut) this
morning and we went to work
immediately," says United


States Marshal Dominic
Guadagnoli, spokesman for
the Pensacola Fugitive Task
Force.
"All of our cases are very
important to us; but sexual
offenders are a priority
because we want these types
of fugitives off our streets as
soon as possible.
"It worries me that we
found him in a park where


children are playing on a daily
basis," says Guadagnoli.
Haynes is wanted by the
Bridgeport Police Department
on several counts of Sexual
Assault on a Minor stemming
from allegations that he
assaulted two young girls sev-
eral years ago in Bridgeport.
According to police
reports, Hayes threatened to
hurt the girls if they told any-


one. Sometime after the inci-
dents took place, it appeared
that he fled to Florida. Hayes
is originally from Alabama.
Officials say Hayes will
remain at the Santa Rosa
County Jail under his extradi-
tion back to Bridgeport.
City and County officials
just recently passed an ordi-
nance making it illegal for
sexual offender to be in parks.


Ard gu

By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.com
Last Thursday,
Christopher Ronald Ard, 23 of
Milton, who was charged with
one felony count of 2nd
degree murder with a firearm
or weapon and one felony
count of 3rd degree murder


On July 13-14, the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's Office
will be holding a teen driving
course. On July 13, the class-
room portion of the course
will be held from 5 p.m.-9
p.m. at Freedom Hall at Pace
High School, and the
practicum portion will be
from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at Pace
High School main parking
lot. Stadium Road (east off
Pace Patriot Boulevard and
behind the football stadium)
will be shut down and used


jilty of murder *


with a weapon for a stabbing
incident that happened on
August 4 of last year, was
found guilty of third-degree
murder and manslaughter.
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. Ard
asked if he could write her a
check for the crack cocaine,
and according to Ard, the
woman got mad and charged
him. Ard stated that the
woman punched him, Ard
punched the woman and
grabbed a knife that was on
the counter. Ard said he
stabbed the woman and after
that he said that everything
became a blur. Ard stated that
when he realized what had
happened, he saw the woman
laying on the floor bleeding.
The unidentified woman,
now known as Simone
Shelton, 44, was pronounced
dead by a Rural Metro
Paramedic and Ard was arrest-
ed and taken to the Santa Rosa
County Jail.
The trial took two days
and the jury deliberated for
nearly .5 hours before decid-
ing on the verdict. Ard will be
sentence on July 10 and
could fac a 30-year prison
sentence.


for off-road recovery training.
The class will be limited to the
first ten students who apply.
Currently in America,
vehicular accidents are the
number one cause of death foi
young adults. Because of this,
the . Florida Sheriff's
Association met with repre-
sentatives of several sheriffs'
offices and high school drivers
to develop a two-day program
called the "Teen Drivei
Challenge." The program has
See TEEN page 5A


Troopers serious about any


holiday drinking & driving


The Florida Highway
Patrol (FHP) says it expects
traffic volume to increase dur-
ing the 4th of July holiday
period.
Motorists are encouraged
to drive responsibly and to use
designated drivers as a strate-
gy to prevent alcohol related
crashes and fatalities.
"Holidays present a great
opportunity to enjoy family,
friends as well as the great
State of Florida's many out-
door offerings.
The Department of
Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicle's mission is making
highways safe. Sadly, holi-
day weekends are often deadly
for our motorists. The
Department urges all
motorists to be careful, obey
traffic laws, drive responsibly
- and buckle up," says Electra
Bustle, Executive Director for
the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles
(DHSMV).

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"In order to ensure a safe
holiday experience for every-
one, Florida Highway Patrol
troopers will be conducting
enforcement patrols during the
July 4 th holiday, which
begins at 12:01 AM Tuesday,
July 3, and ends at midnight,
Sunday, July 8, 2007," stated
Colonel Chris Knight,
Director of the Florida
Highway Patrol.
Uniformed FHP person-
nel, normally assigned to
administrative duties in the
office, will be assisting regular
troopers by patrolling inter-
states and other major state
roads throughout the six-day
holiday period.
This strategy is intended
to increase the Patrol's pres-
ence on major arteries
throughout Florida in an effort
to deter traffic violators, and
to provide enhanced service to
motorists who break down
while traveling or need other
types of assistance.
During last year's 120-
hour 4 th of July holiday, 48


persons were killed in traffic
crashes in Florida: 59% of
those drivers and passengers
who were killed in vehicles
normally equipped with safety
belts were not using them;
also, 55% of the fatal traffic
crashes were alcohol-related.
Troopers will be concen-
trating their enforcement
efforts on impaired, speeding
and aggressive drivers, and
those who fail to buckle up or
properly restrain their child
passengers.
Florida's statistics are
clear - getting people buck-
led up is the single most effec-
tive thing that can be done to
save lives.
Studies have also shown
that most adults who don't
buckle up themselves -don't
buckle up their children.
Motorists are urged to
contact the FHP or local law
enforcement to report an
impaired, aggressive or dan-
gerous driver-to reach FHP
simply dial *FHP (*347) from
a cellular phone).


Buy local event July 16


On Monday, July 16,
Main Street Milton is present-
ing a Regional Buy Local
Florida Workshop at the Santa
Rosa County Extensive
Service from 10 a.m.-noon
located at 6263 Dogwood
Drive in Milton.
Sharon Yeago, who will
speak at the event, and is the
Buy Local Florida Grant
Project Director, developed
this program thanks to funding
through the USDA's Farmers
Market Promotion Program.
The program is successfully


bringing more small farmers
to market, creating new com-
munity markets, and educat-
ing market managers on work-
ing with small farmers.
Small Farmers, Market
Managers and Sponsors,
Extension Agents, and anyone
interested in supporting local
food system, preserving our
small farms, or interested in
starting their own community
farmers markets are encour-
aged to attend.
For more info, call Wanda
Enfinger (850) 626-6246.


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By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@srpressgazette.comr
With July 4 comes dis-
plays of fireworks that light
up the night sky. Santa Rosa
County Emergency
Management urges residents
to use caution with fireworks
during their celebrationss.
It is always important to
obey local laws pertaining to
using fireworks, and resi-
dents should treat fireworks
with respect.
Each year over 11,000
people go to the emergency
room as a result of fireworks
mishaps.
Here are some tips to
minimize your chance of
accident or injury:
Read all the cautions,
warnings, and use common
sense;
Fireworks and alcohol do
not mix, so it is important to
have a designated shooter;


Be sure other people are
out of range before lighting
fireworks;
Only light fireworks on a
smooth, flat surface, away
from the house, dry leaves,
and flammable materials;
Do not allow young chil-
dren to play with fireworks
under any circumstances.
Even though sparklers are
considered by many to be the
ideal "safe" firework for the
young, they bum at very high
temperatures and can easily
ignite clothing.
Children can't understand
the danger involved and can't
act appropriately in case of
emergency;
Use fireworks and spark-
ers only outdoors;
Never have any portion of
your body directly over a fire-
work while lighting;
Never ignite fireworks in a
container, especially glass or


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metal;
Have a water hose or
bucket of water near-by;
Children under age 16
should have adult supervision
while using fireworks;
Dispose of fireworks prop-
erly.

Residents of the county
may also wonder where public
fireworks displays are being
offered. Displays will be held:
Navarre-Publix Beach Fun
Fest, June 30, east of the
causeway at 9 p.m.
Riverfest 2007, July 4,
Downtown Milton at 9 p.m.;
Town of Jay fireworks dis-
play, July 4, Bray-Hendrix
Park at dark;
Kaboom Fireworks
Display, July 4, over Santa
Rosa Sound at 9 p.m.
Southern Raceway, July 4,
9359 Nichols Lake Road at 9


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SPEAK


OUT


Sunday, 8:44 a.m.
This is Elaine. Do you
have an editor who checks
this? Do you realize all of the
Speak Out articles are repeats?
This is in Saturday June 30th
paper.

Editor's note: Yes, we
realize all but the first one
were repeated. Not enough
people called in to run an
entire column of new com-
ments during that particular
timeframe. (Feast or famine.)
There is a note at the bottom
of the page, letting readers
know.

Saturday, 6:07 pm
Hello. This is John. I
would like to know why my
gas is cheaper in Escambia
County than it is in Santa Rosa
when Escainbia County has a
higher gas tax than Santa
Rosa. I recently purchased
some gas in 1C iimbli Count
for $2.74 a gallon. Santa
Rosa's price is $2.87, I would
like to support our local ven-
dors if they would be compet-
itive and cooperate. They are
making this very difficult
though. Thank you very much.

Saturday, 5:49 p.m.
I'd like to say thank you
for the Munson Volunteer Fire
Department for' saving my
wife's life. And to the powers
that be in Santa Rosa County
who want the fire department
to stop administering emer-
gency medical help, I can only
hope they don't have to wait
45 minutes for an ambulance
while holding their loved ones
in their arms.
Oh yeah, the fire depart-
ment will already be there
with the oxygen, but won't be
allowed to help. Can you spell
idiot? I-D-I-O-T. This is
James R. Barnes, Munson,
Florida.

Saturday, 3:48 p.m.
Yes, my name is Debbie. I
think there should not ever be
any smoking in front of a pub-
lic building. If the employees
or people want to go to the
back and smoke where it's not
the main entrance, that's okay.
But when you walk into a pub-
lic business and have to walk
through people's cigarette
smoke, you smell like a stink-
ing cigarette. Thank you.

See additional new Speak
Out comment at:
www.srpressgazette.com

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


Community Briefs


Country Line
Dancing available
Looking for a place to
kick up your heels? We have
the place for you! Come on
down to the Milton
Community Center at 5269
Byrom Street in Milton. All
ages are welcome. Saturday,
July 7th, from 7:30 to 10:30
p.m. Country dance with
Line Dance instructions will
be from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The rest of the evening will
be on your own to enjoy!
This event is a fundraiser for
the MHS Band Boosters
Club. Contact the Kingrys at
623-4235 for more informa-
tion.

Do you know
what Kwanzaa is?
On Thursday, July 12,
2007 at 2 p.m., The
Kwanzaa Committee will be
sponsoring "Kwanzaa In
The Summertime," at the
Magnolia Center; 5292
Richburg St., in East Milton.
Bring your family and
friends and come learn about
Kwanzaa. Please sign up
today at the office so that we
will know how many to pre-
pare for and if you have any
questions please call 626-
0825 (Church) or 623-8900


(Center). Refreshments will
be served.

Milton Computer
Committee meets
The City of Milton's
Computer Committee will
meet Monday, July 9 at 8
a.m. in Conference Room B
at City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street, Milton. All meetings
are open to the public. For
further information, contact
the City Manager's Office at
983-5411.


Central SR
Republican Club
The Central Santa Rosa
Republican Club will meet
Thursday, July 5 at the Red
Barn Bar-B-Que in Milton,
The meeting begins at 5:30
p.m. with a Dutch treat din-
ner. At 7 p.m., our special
guest speaker, The
Honorable Ann Bodenstein,
Supervisor of Elections will
give an update on the latest
election laws, voting
machines, and any new pro-
cedures to expect in the 2008
election cycle. A question &
answer session will follow.
Don't miss this opportunity
to learn what is going on in
your local and state govern-


ment. The public is invited.

City of Milton
meeting
The City of Milton's
Technical Review
Committee is scheduled to
meet on Monday, July 9 at
9:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B located at City Hall,
6738 Dixon Street, Milton.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more infor-
mation call 983-5440.

Faith Baptist July
15
Faith Baptist Church
will be celebrating
Founder's Day on Sunday,
July 15. Pastor Dewey Mars
accepted the call to the pas-
torate of Faith Baptist
Church July 1, 2004. The
church was established in
July 1965. They are seeking
those who have had a rela-
tionship with this ministry
and are seeking current
addresses of family mem-
bers or friends who with
Faith Baptist in the past. The
information can be sent to
Faith Baptist Church, 6423
Hamilton Bridge Rd.,
Milton, FL 32570, or email
to: mrsmayhew@faithbap-
tistmilton.org.


Black,
Dennis Roger
Dennis Roger Black, 50,
of Milton, passed away on
Wednesday, June 27, 2007.
Mr. Black was born in Fort
Pierce, FL and had resided in
the Milton area since 1980.
Prior to moving to Milton, Mr.
Black lived in the Stuart,
Florida area. He was a mem-
ber of the Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church of Milton,
He was preceded in death
by a grandson-Jaden Lee;
and brothers-Bruce Arnold
Black and Robert Craig Black.
Mr. Black is survived by
his wife of 31 years, Cheryl
Black; four children-Alyssa
(William) Nall of Milton,
Jarrod (Amanda) Black of
Milton, Jada (John) Lee of
Pace and Julian Black of
Milton; his parents-Eugene
and Marian Black of Milton; 3


Pajamas drive supporting

foster children successful


Donations are still being
accepted for brand new PJs.
On June FamiliesFirst
Network of Lakeview and the
State of Florida, Department
of Children and Families, held
a "Pajamas on the Green" for
children in foster care.
People were encouraged
to donate new pajamas. Four
locations participated.
Families First Network of


Lakeview located at 5401
West Fairfield Drive; Fort
Walton Service Center located
at 340 Northwest Beal
Parkway; Milton Service
Center at 6557 Caroline
Street;and Navarre (West End
of Navarre Park) at 8495
Navarre Parkway (Highway
98).
For more information, call
(850) 453-7766.


Art teacher nominated by student


Student nominates art
teacher for award
When Santa Rosa
County school student
Amanda Tyree nominated
her art teacher, Vicki Ford,
for a Women In The Arts
award, little did she know
that she would enter high
school this fall leaving a
lasting token of appreciation
to a favorite teacher.
Her nominee was cho-
sen to receive the first year
award for Art Educator dur-
ing ceremonies at the Santa
Rosa County Auditorium on
June 12.
The GFWC Milton
Woman's Club, Inc. issued a
call for nominations, to the
public in a total of eighteen
different categories. Those
nominating were asked to
elaborate on the following:
1) List the recent, significant
accomplishments and activi-
ties of the nominee as they
relate po the category.
How has the nominee
made a different in their
field? 2) In addition to the
specific category for which
nominated, how has the
nominee contributed to the
community as a whole?
And, 3) How has the nomi-
nee served as a role model,
acted as a mentor and/or
provided inspiration and
guidance to women and
girls?
Here is what Miss Tyree
wrote about her nominee:
"Recent accomplishments
of my art teacher include
award winning students in
the 2006-2007 local art
show such as Milton
Riverwalk Arts Festival,
Santa Rosa County
Superintendent's Art Show
and Santa Rosa County Fair


Vicki Ford takes home award


Amanda Tyree, left, has been
working in the SantaRosa
County School System for 38
years, starting in 1969. She is
an art teacher who inspired
student Amanda Tyree, right,
so much, the teen nominated
her for the Milton Women's
Club "Women in the Arts"
award. Tyree received the
first award for Art Educator
during ceremonies at the
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium on June 12. For
more information on how
you can become involved
with the Milton Woman's
Club and work with this
community minded service
organization, call 850-626-
9567
Submitted photo







Art show.,
"She has made a differ-
ence in my and my class-
mate's lives by teaching us
many art techniques and pre-
senting our artwork to be
judged in our community.
"My nominee contributes
to the cominunit\ as a whole
by exhibiting our artwork to
enrich and promote the arts in
Santa Rosa County. In addi-
tion, she is a current School
Advisory Council member at
King Middle School and an
active member of First Baptist
Church in Milton.


"My nominee devotes her
personal off-duty time when
entering student artwork in
shows in our area. She works
late hours preparing entries for
these shows.
"She inspires me to do my
best in all aspects of life - not
just my art. If I have a prob-
lem, I can go to her any time
and ask her advice. She
rewards us and encourages us
when preparing for FCAT test-
ing.
"I admire her and will
really miss her next year when
I start high school.


"Vicki Ford has taught art
in Santa Rosa County for the
past 38 years. She began
teaching in 1969, splitting her
teaching time between East
Milton Elementary four days a
week and Holley-Navarre
Elementary one day a week.
When King Middle School
opened in 1972, she trans-
ferred and became the art
teacher.
"She has served in this
capacity for 35 years.
"In 1983, she was runner
up for the State of Florida
Teacher of the Year. She and


her husband .have two chil-
dren.
"Ford is an outstanding,
compassionate and artistic
teacher, making a lasting
impression on many of her
students."
This year, her student,
Amanda Tyree, has made a
lasting one with her.
If you would like to find
out more on how you can
become involved with the
Milton Woman's Club and
work with this community
minded service organization,
call 850-626-9567. -


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brothers-Ronnie (Kathy)
Black of Milton, Daniel
(Dione) Black of Alabama,
and Jesse (Sara) Black of
Pace; a sister-Anita
(Thomas) Johnson, of Milton;
six grandchildren, and numer-
ous nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services for Mr.
Black were held at 1:00 p.m.
on Tuesday, July ,3, 2007 at the
Hickory Hammock Baptist
Church with Rev. Jack
Goldfarb and Chad Black offi-
ciating. Burial followed in the
Lewis Williams Memorial
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
The family received
friends from 6 p.m. until 8
p.m. on Monday, July 2, 2007
at the Hickory Hammock
Baptist Church.
The family requests that
in lieu of flowers; please make
memorial contributions to
help with funeral expenses.


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Wednesday-July 4, 2007


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Sheriff's Report


Anderson, Lester O'Neal;
Male; 31; 210 Eula St,
Brewton, AL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
5/24/07
Cacho, Nataliee Jo;
Female; 44; 1961 Alhambra
St, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/24/07
Clines, Anthony Blake;
Male; 19; 3207 Auburn
Parkway, Gulf Breeze;
Probation Violation-Felony.
5/24/07
Coffey, Clyde Franklin;
Male; 58; 200 Freedom Ln,
Brewton, AL; Probation
Violation-Felony. 5/24/07
Harris, Charles Bascom;
Male; 34; 8573 Hwy. 87 S,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 5/24/07
Lamb, Joseph David;
Male; 25; 5058 Bodega Dr.
Milton; Sex Offender
Violations-Fail to Report
Name or Residence Change.
5/24/07
Spettel Jr., Robert Wayne;
Male; 21; 5667 Berryhill Rd,
Milton; Burglary of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (2 cts.), Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000 (2 cts.).
5/24/07
Barnes, Bobby Joe; Male;
29; 6473 Stanley Cir, Milton;
Veh Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
5/27/07
Branch, Jr., Marlon
Randall; Male; 28; 7476
Sunset Harbour Dr, Navarre
Beach; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 5/27/07
Everett, Larry; Male; 52;
1977 3rd St., Jacksonville, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 5/27/07
Jay, Randall Tyson; Male;
50; 400 Mock St., Andalusia,
AL; Out of State Fugitive
From Justice. 5/27/07
Jones, III, Leo Donald;
Male; 27; 5015 King Oaks Ct,
Milton; Reckless Driving 1st
Off, Battery-Felony Batt
Result from Bodily
Harm/Disability, Kidnap-
Inflict Bodily Harm or
Terrorize Vict or Other.
5/25/07
Noakes, Robert Timothy;
Male; 20; 3250 Fairmont St,
Pensacola; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than


$5,000. 5/28/07
Pinkney, Ronald Lee;
Male; 31; 4532 Brian St.,
Pace; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense; Flee/Elude
Police-Fail to Obey LEO
Order to Stop, Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender,
Veh Theft Grand 3rd Degree.
5/28/07
Reese, Stephona Jean;
Female; 18; 4817 Pembrook
PI, Pace; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling; Unarmed; No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 5/28/07
Sampley, Linda Pattullo;
Female; 46; 4025 Florence St,
Pace; Fraud-False Owner Info
Pawned Items Less Than $300
(2 cts.) 5/25/07
Williams, Melissa Ann;
Female; 38; 1600 Greenbriar
Pkwy, Gulf Breeze; Neglect
Child W/O Great Harm.
5/25/07
Clines, Anthony Blake;
Male; 19; 3207 Auburn Pkwy,
Gulf Breeze; Fraud Imperson
Obtain Property By, Fraud
Illeg Uuse Credit Cards to
Obtain Goods $300 or More,
Fraud Illeg Use Credit Cards
to obtain Goods Under $300
(4 cts.), Fraud Illeg Use Credit
Cards 2 Fewer Times 6 mos
Obt Goods Money Less $100
(2 cts.), Illeg Use Credit Cards
Use More 2 Times 6 mos Obt
Goods Money $100 More.
5/28/07
Bratkovic, Matthew Ryan;
Male; 15; 5101 Ridgeway
Blvd, Milton; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (3 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Off (2 cts.), Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/Person Inside (2
cts.), Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
5/25/07
Coachman, Julius Erving;
Male; 28; 712 Bayou View
Drive, Ft. Walton Beach;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 5/28/07
Cunningham, Cody Lee;
Male; 21; 6262 Pine Terrace
Cir, Milton; Marijuana
Possess Over 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And


Or Use. 5/27/07
Garner, Helena Marie:
Female: 24; 3019 Wind
Meadow Dr, Gulf Breeze, FL;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000
Subseq Offense. 5/26/07
Giron, Melinda May;
Female; 37; 3925 Andershot
St., Pace; Battery-Touch or
Strike, Cruelty Toward Child
Abuse Without Great Harm.
5/26/07
Henderson, Wendell
Aubrey; Male; 13; 5092
Ridgeway Blvd., 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 Off. 5/25/07
Jernigan, Christopher
David; Male; 21; 604 Beasley
St, Brewton, AL; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 5/26/07
Licharowicz, Andrew
George; Male; 40; 5329
Chestnut Ave, Pace; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 5/27/07
Moore, Nicki Sharee;
Female; 26; 8589 Robie Rd,
Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill, Battery-Touch
or Strike. 5/27/07
Mueller, Ronald Carl;
Male; 59; 2016 Candlewood
Dr. Navarre; Public Order
Crimes-St Emergency Engage
Contracting Busn W/O Certif,
Public Order Crimes-Unregis
Elect Contractor St of
Emergency. 5/25/07
Odom, Michael Brian;
Male; 20; 737 Williamson Rd,
Brewton, AL; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. 5/26/07
Rosado Mr, Robert Jay;
Male; 30; 8357 Calle Mio,
Navarre; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
5/27/07
Sellers, Ronald Jason;
Male; 35; 8085 Tower Terrace,
Pensacola; Possess Marijuana
Over 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
5/27/07
Sheffield, Andrew M;


Male; 17: 5560 Woodcrest Dr..
Milton; Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O 50 - 1 B
Person Inside, Larc-Theft is Apartl
$300 or More But Less Than FOR THE E
$5,000, Larc-Petit 1st Degree HANDIC
Property $100 to under $300. RENT BASED
5/26/07
Sims, Donna Yvonne; Located off Oakcres
Female; 20; 4488 Rice Rd, Managed By Milton
Milton; Resist Officer- 5668 BYRO
Obstruct W/O Violence, " MILTON, I
Obstruct Police-Deprive of 7 PHONE:6
Means Protection or
Communication, Obstructing
Justice-Intimidate Threaten
Etc Vict Witness Informant.
5/25/07 Are you age
Stevens, Brian James; And do y
Own you
Male; 16; 5161 Ridgeway Want tog
Blvd., Milton; Burgl of Want tot
Structure Conveyance And get:
Unarmed W/O Person Inside This is NOTE
(3 cts.), Larc-Petit 1st Off (2 C
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Jason Hostler, Lead Chef or Kitchen Supervisor. They're all valuable, but each will insist you're the
Jason Hostler, Lead Chef or Kitchen Supervisor. They're all valuable, but each will insist you're the


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.co
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Just as family means
togetherness, and Mother is
another word for love.
Manatee's Stewart Street
Grille is a good stand-in for
the comfort and enjoyment of
a fine and memorable dining
experience.
Taking that theme a step
further and associating the tri-
angle, family, Mom, and
Manatee's, you come up with
a winning combination that's
proven to be popular and
intriguing with all parties
involved.
Instead of packing Mom
off to the kitchen to fix the
family meals day in and day
out, put a little sizzle into her
life by suggesting she. let
Jason Hostler or Eric Knudsen
at Manatee's Stewart Street
Grille prepare something spe-
cial for everyone for a change.
Not only will the family
get fed, but everyone will have
the chance to pick and choose
among a wide variety of offer-
ings not served on a regular
basis at home. Dad can relax
with a beer, and Mom might
settle back and unwind with a
glass of wine, snug in the reas-
surance that she won't have
any dishes to do afterward!
Popular for its Key West
Style casual dining, Manatee's
Stewart Street Grille is also
popular with members of the
business lunch crowd that not
only finds the location conven-
ient but a menu that's tailored
to its search for a smart, appe-
tizing, and nutritious business
meal.
You see, David W.
Knudsen and his son Eric had
most all of this figured out
when they began preparing to
open the restaurant. With a
bundle of experience in oper-
ating former restaurants, and a
good grounding in the restau-
rant industry itself, David and
Eric opened the restaurant as


ed it until August of 2004
when Ivan destroyed so much
of the waterfront along South
Palafox Street in Pensacola."
The following August of
2005 Manatee's Stewart Street
Grille opened with its exten-
sive menu in a convenient
location that's ideal for not
only the casual diner and the
business district people who
find it necessary to eat down-
town, but the family, too. With
three dining areas, there's
plenty of room to accommo-
date everyone.
But what's convenience
and comfort without the food
and service that make it so.
Lunch specials are offered
with different weekly selec-
tions Monday through
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. Different strokes for dif-
ferent folks means variety and
plenty of it!
The concept of offering
different specials on different
days is popular and makes the
day easier to negotiate. For
instance, weekly specials
include all the fried fish you
can eat on Mondays from 4
p.m. to 9 p.m. And that's
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partners.
Area residents will most
certainly remember Mr.
Manatee's situated on South
Palafox Street in Pensacola,
which was quite well known
for its waterfront environment
as well as its outstanding serv-
ice, delicious burgers and
other offerings, and especially
its seafood.
Well, it's the same owners
who have now established the
"Manatee's" at 5365 Stewart
Street at the southwest corner
of Hunt Street in Milton.
Following Hurricane Ivan in
2004 and the difficulties sus-
tained in reestablishing there,
David and Eric decided they
would reopen in Milton
instead.
It was a sound business
decision and a great opportu-
nity for the commercial dis-
trict here to acquire a conven-
ient, quality restaurant to serve
both the business community
and the families all around
town.
"The Manatee name is the
magic," David said. "People
have come to respect it for
good food and service. We
opened the Manatee's in
Pensacola in 1995 and operat-


Photo by Obie Crain
there's a pound of fried dinner
shrimp during the same time
frame served with French fries
and hushpuppies.
And on Wednesdays?
Think all you can eat wings,
hot, medium, or mild, breaded
or naked, served with Ranch
or Bleu Cheese. All these din-
ner special are available from
4 p.m. to 9 p.m. for only
$9.95.
But wait! On Thursday's
it's Coconut Shrimp Nite! The
price goes up a little to $14.95,
but the signature special is
well worth it, according to
Eric's assurances.
Sunday Brunch is also a
popular outing at Manatee's
Stewart Street Grille. From 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. you can build
your own omelet with cinna-
mon, apples, and home fries
for just $7.95. Bet that will
make you want to hurry on in
right after church, or maybe
before, depending on your
schedule!
It's also noteworthy to
mention their signature Key
Lime Cheesecake, as well as
other special dishes such as
fried green tomatoes, that will
be a hit with old and young
alike!
Overall hours include 11
a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday
through Thursday, with an
extended hour on Fridays and
Saturday, to 10 p.m. So
there's plenty of time to drop
by, however late your other
activities are.
Although David is not a
"hands-on" partner, he is in
the restaurant from time to
time. With his other activities
he says he doesn't have the
opportunity to be there all the
time. "But Eric oversees
everything and even helps out
in the kitchen if necessary,"
David said.
"We're proud of our
employees, too," Eric said.
"They are caring and dedicat-
ed and have made a great con-
tribution to our success." He
mentioned Karen Sehle who
had been with them for over
three years and Jason Hostler
who had worked for them for
over seven years.
"We are a family operated
restaurant, and our employees
are members of our extended
family who have worked hard
to maintain the lev "1 of service
and customer satisfaction that
has always been our trade
mark," Eric said.
Eric and his wife
Kimberly have a daughter,
Erika, who was born January
31, 2007. "As family we have
a good idea of what families
want in a meal and the servic-
es they look for when dining
out," he said.
Manatee's Stewart Street
Grille has a seating capacity of
35 and can manage small to
medium groups who wish the
convenience of a private area.
Call Eric or Karen at (850)
981-1464 for more details.
You can also call that number
for carry-out orders or to get
any other information you
wish about the restaurant.
Make your next eating-out
experience a memorable one.
Make it an adventure.
You can depend on
Manatee's to help!


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Teen safety driving course offered
Continued from page IA


already been tested in previ-
ous pilot program and has
proven very successful.
During the course, such
topics discussed include
vehicular maintenance, vehic-
ular dynamics, aggressive and
impaired driving. A driving
course will be arranged and
the young drivers will be
required to go through the
course in a series of practical
exercises including braking,
swerving, and recovering their
vehicle during a controlled
hydroplaning simulation. The
class will be under the direct
supervision of four instructors
from the Sheriff's office that
will be undergoing training
this month.


The students own personal
vehicle will be used during the
entire course, and each student
will need to be a licensed driv-
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filled out and returned to the
training division (or to the
instructor the night of July
13). Each student will also
need to dress appropriately
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second day of training, each
participant should bring sun
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(optional) and drinks. An hour
lunch will be taken around
11:30 on your own, with class
starting back an hour later.
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America's fireworks

originated elsewhere


By CHRIS MCDONNELL
cmcdonnell@s5pressgazette.comn
Most commonly used for
events such as New Years and
July 4, fireworks have brought
together tens of thousands of
people to watch the wonderful
displays and sounds that they
create. But, where did these
fireworks originate from?
According to Wikipedia,
the earliest documentation of
fireworks dates back to 12th
century China, where they
were first used to frighten
away evil spirits with their
loud sound, and also to pray
for happiness and prosperity.
In ancient China, firework
masters, named pyrotechni-
cians, were well-respected for
their knowledge and skill to
conduct electrifying displays
of light and sound.
Fireworks were brought to
America by settlers as they
used black powder, the origi-
nal gunpowder and the only
known explosive until the
middle of the 19th century, to
celebrate important events
long before the American
Revolutionary War. Fireworks
were used in the nation's first
Independence Day in 1777,
and at George Washington's
inauguration in 1789.


According to experts, a
mixture of Potassium Nitrate
(KNO3), Sulfur, and Charcoal
is believed to have been acci-
dently mixed, heated, and
dried by a Chinese cook to
give a black flaky powder
which, when ignited, creates a
loud bang. In 1560, European
Chemists managed to mix salt
peter, charcoal, and sulphur to
make gunpowder as explosive
as possible. It was the Italians
that were able to develop aeri-
al shells that launched upward
and exploded into the sky.
Initially, the only colors in
which fireworks could pro-
duce were yellows and
oranges by using steel and
charcoal. Pyrotechnicians in
the 19th century were able to
produce reds, greens, and
blues.
The laws concerning the
sale and use of fireworks
depends on the state.
Currently, five states ban the
sale and use of all consumer
fireworks including novelties
and sparklers by the general
public. In 19 states (including
Florida), residents are allowed
to purchase and use non-aerial
and non-explosive fireworks
like novelties, fountains, and
sparklers.


On Thursday, the second "Movie Night" will take place at the
Imogene. Concessions will be available, and gift certificates plus
t-shirts will be handed out for people who correctly guess trivia
questions. The movie clue for this week's showing is: "May the
force me with you."
Hmmm...wonder what it could be?


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to be held

on July 6

On Friday, July 6, the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office will be conducting a
Comprehensive Roadside
Safety Checkpoint.
This is part of the ongo-
ing "Checkpoint Santa
Rosa" initiative.
The Sheriff's Office has
made it a top priority to
reduce impaired driving
fatalities, crashes, and inci-
dents in our area.
The location of the
checkpoint will be within
the 3900 Block of Avalon
Blvd., Milton.
The location of this
checkpoint was selected due
to impaired driving and
other traffic related com-
plaints in the general area.
The checkpoint will
begin during the evening
hours of Friday, July 6, and
conclude in the morning
hours of Saturday, July 7.
Roadside checkpoints
like this one are held around
the area by numerous law
enforcement agencies,
including the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office; the Florida
Highway Patrol; Milton
Police Department, Gulf
Breeze Police and other
departments.


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6A Wednesday July 4. 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


GUEST EDITORIAL



Is State song



racially biased?

By SHARON GLASS
Special to the Press Gazette
Floridians...we have a problem. It appears that Senator Tony Hill from
Jacksonville and Representative Ed Homan from Miami believe that internation-
ally-known song writer Stephen Foster actually wrote a racial song in 1851 when
he wrote The Swaneee River (not a misspelling, Foster spelled it this way so it
would rhyme.) Does this mean they also think the legislators who adopted it in
1935 as Florida's state song were acting in a racist manner? Do they consider the
lawmakers who rejected the proposal to eliminate it in 1997 racist also?
My understanding is that Senator Hill and Representative Homan strongly feel
it is their civil duty to remove this song and its 70 year connection to the State of
Florida and put in its proper place... the dark recesses of the Florida archives.
I wonder what Stephen Foster would say about this interpretation of his
lyrics.. .maybe something like.. .have you lost your minds? Of course he wouldn't
use my modern words! Dialect was different in 1851, just as was the dialect of the
blacks.
From what I have read about Mr. Foster, he was an unpretentious man and his
sympathies were preferably with the 'under dog.' His feelings were of the most
sensitive sort and his emotions were easily aroused. Maybe he met an old black
man far from home and wrote "The Suwannee" based on that encounter. One can
only speculate the reason he wrote the song, but when one hypothesizes that it was
for racial reasons, I have difficulty believing that.
Let me show you how I read the lyrics of this song. I'm using the words that
were adopted when the new Florida Capital building was dedicated in 1978 and
not the original ones. I don't understand why the sponsors of this bill are using the
old dialect to make their case; don't they know they haven't been used in almost
thirty years?
Here is the song The Swanee River (remember not misspelled, this was the
way Foster spelled Suwannee.) My remarks are in italics.

Verse One
Way Down upon the Swanee River,
Far, far away.
There's where my heart is turning ever.
There's where the old folks stay.
All up and down the whole creation,
Sadly I roam,
Still longing for the old plantation,
and for the old folks at home.
(Longing - expressing yearning or desire.) I don't know about you, but I have
roamed many times, missed my home and longed for "the old folks." I still long
for my folks and home sometimes... how about you?
(Plantation -. Large estate or farm) This is a description of a place. It is where
this person wants to go back to. He has roamed "the whole creation", and just
wants to go home. Any of us could relate to this.
I don't see anything even hinting at racial in this first verse.

Chorus
All the world is sad and dreary
Everywhere I roam
O brothers, how my heart grows weary
Far from the old folks at home.
Have you ever been in a world that seemed "sad and dreary?" Of course you
have. These words are universal and timeless. They could express past and current
events that would cause a person to long for home.
Come on...racial words...where? I just can't seem to find them.

Second Verse
All around the little farm I wandered
When I was young;
Then many happy days I squandered
Many the songs I sung.
When I was playing with my brother,
Happy was I.
Oh, take me to my kind old mother,
There let me live and die.
It sounds like the person written about in this song has only happy memories
of his home place. I don't see any expression of bad memories; certainly, nothing
about slavery. I had siblings and we also squandered away our days playing. I
cherish every happy moment of that time in my life too.
Still can't see anything racist...can you?


Vol. 100, Number 27


A GUEST VIEWPOINT


Corporate Media entertain


but fail to inform the public


By Peter Phillips and Kate Sims
"Paris Hilton's Symptoms Said
to be from Prescription Drug
Withdrawal," was the headline on
Fox News Network on June 13,
2007. This was the 56th headline
on Paris Hilton covered by Fox in
the previous 30 days. Even "The
New York Times" got in on the
Paris Hilton hoopla with a front-
page story June 9 entitled
"Celebrity Justice Cuts Both Ways
for Paris Hilton."
Regular readers of Project
Censored are familiar with our
annual list of Junk Food News - in
which we select a list of the dumb-
est, least important, most over-
played stories of the year. Almost
certainly, the incarceration of Paris
Hilton will feature prominently in
our next year's Junk Food edition,
but it will have to wait until then to
be considered.
Meanwhile, here are the Junk
Food News stories of Project
Censored's annual April-to-April
listing for 2006-07:
1. Britney Spears has a melt-
down.
2. Anna Nicole has a baby.
3. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
have a baby and adopt others.
4. Jon Benet "killer" is a fraud.
5. The rise and fall of O.J.
Simpson's book.
6. The feud between The
Donald and the O'Donnell.
7. Miss USA "party girl"
drinks and takes drugs.
8. Paul McCartney's divorce.
9. An astronaut wears a diaper
to attack her romantic rival.
10. Madonna adopts an
African baby.


Moving up from No.7 last
year to No. 1 on this year's Junk
Food list is none other than
Britney Spears herself. On
February 17, Ms. Spears was pho-
tographed in a Los Angeles salon
receiving a buzz cut. The corpo-
rate media went into frenzied
overdrive, offering incessant spec-
ulation on why poor Britney
might be coming unglued. While
undeniably important to 13-year-
olds, adults might have been inter-'
ested to hear about the newly
released analysis of 2005 census
figures showing that nearly 16
million Americans are currently
living in deep or severe poverty.
Mainstream news anchors had
enough time to wonder if Ms.
Spears was too young and imma-
ture for the pressures of mother-
hood. Yet, they weren't able to
squeeze in the fact that female-
headed families with children
account for the lion's share of the
severely poor.
During the recent Paris Hilton
exposition, the Senate Judiciary
Committee passed the Habeas
Corpus Restoration Act, without a
peep from Fox or the "The New
York Times." Apparently, the cor-
porate media is too busy enter-
taining us to cover the most seri-
ous civil liberties issue in
America. The Military
Commissions Act of last October
made it legal for the president to
suspend Habeas Corpus for any
person, citizen or not. While
Democrats in the Senate are try-
ing to restore this basic legal right,
the corporate media seems more
concerned with keeping us up to


date on how much phone time Paris
gets while in jail.
On September 7, 2006, Anna
Nicole Smith gave birth to a baby
girl and everyone held his or her
breath for the ultimate piece of the
puzzle: Who was the father? For
those of you who missed it, the
birth certificate listed none other
than Anna Nicole's personal attor-
ney Howard K. Stem. Now, for
those of you who didn't miss the
Anna Nicole goings-on, here's
what you did miss: A September
2006 report found that the Iraq vio-
lent death toll for August was three
times larger than the preliminary
count. The final tally disproved
official United States and Iraqi
claims that a "security crackdown"
had led to a drop in the number of
deaths that month.
In the early afternoon of
February 8, 2006, Anna Nicole
Smith was found unresponsive in
her hotel room, rushed to the hospi-
tal, and pronounced DOA at 2:49
p.m. While this story filled the cor-
porate media in the United States,
that same week, the former U.S.
Ambassador of Iraq failed to
explain what happened to $12 bil-
lion in newly printed, shrink-
wrapped, $100 bills that he had
flown to Baghdad, and had since
been misplaced.
We are now, in an era, of wit-
nessing corporate media's complete
failure to keep us informed on pow-
erful issues, which concern all
Americans. We deserve better and
must remedy this situation by
building tax-supported independent
media and returning investigative
reporting to the American people.


Please see the rest of this editorial at www.srpressgazette.com

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Are the rats

fleeing the sink-

ing ship?

FM: William 0. Jones
Milton

Dear Editor:

Are the rats beginning to
leave the sinking ship?
You can only hope.
Just the week of 6-25-07 two
republican senators who have
supported the Bush disaster in
Iraq have now deserted these
two-are Lugar and Voinovich
who said they have felt this way
for over a year.
How many American died in
that year?
Expect more to run and hide
in July. When will the local
enablers including on local radio
began to slink away? Hopefully
they don't have a kool-aid party.


Besides the Iraq fiasco the immni-
gration/amnesty bill failed, subpoe-
nas have been issued to the White
House and others involved in break-
ing the law with warrents less wire
taps.
Recall when this was going to
come earlier this year the Bush thugs
dispanned that plan on 1-17-07 so
they knew they were breaking the
law.
In regard to the thug-in-chief
recall the U.S. Attorney General and
his people who have ran off, i.e.
McNulty, Sampson, Goodling, and
Comey.
Is there anyway out of the trap
that Bush and his people have put us
in? A Democrat for President, No.
Then what.
If you have ideas and a pulse,
my thoughts are to declare bankrupt-
cy and then have 1776 again.



Never too late

for HIV testing


FM: Martha Zimmerman
Healthy Start Coalition
Milton

Dear Editor:
An estimated 250,000 people in
the United States are HIV/AIDS
positive and don't even know it.
Florida ranks third in the num-
ber of AIDS cases.
By law, all pregnant women
must be counseled and offered an
HIV test at their initial prenatal care
visit and again at 28-32 weeks.
Cumulataively through 2006,
1,515 pediatric AIDS cases hvae
been reported in the State of
Florida.
National HIV Testing Day has
been critical to the fight against
HIV/AIDS because it presents an
opportunity for people to learn their
HIV status.
Note: HIV testing can now be
done without a needle using a saliva
test-contact your local HIV testing
site today.
For free testing, contact:
Children' Medical Services
Public Health Dept/Social


Services Department at (850) 484-
5040;
Pensacola IV Drug Users Site at
(850) 595-4622;
Emerald Coast Area Services
(850) 456-7079;
Public education provides an
invaluable opportunity to dispel the
myths and stigma associated with HIV
testing, and to reach those who have
never been tested or who have engaged
in high-risk behavior since their last
test.
Too many Americans with HIV are
diagnosed late in the course of their
infection, when they may not be able to
fully benefit from life-prolonging treat-
ments.
HIV testing can reduce new infec-
tions when HIV-positive persons
become aware of their status 'and take
the necessary precautions to stop
spreading the disease.
HIV testing is easier, more accessi-
ble and less invasive than ever.
For more information on HIV test-
ing, or to find a testing site in your
area, please visit:
www.hivtest.org
It's never too late.


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


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Wednesday-July 4, 2007


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1st UMC to participate on 4th at the Riverfest


The Witness Ministry of
First United Methodist
Church, 6830 Berryhill Street,
Milton, is reaching out to the
community during
"Riverfest" on July 4th.
Beginning at 6:30 p.m., the
church will provide bottled
water (while supplies last) to
those gathered to watch the
fireworks on Blackwater
River.
For the community's
enjoyment, FUMC will spon-


sor the Pensacola Youth Steel
Orchestra. The Orchestra will
set up and play on "The
Point" (corner of Berryhill,
Broad, and Willing Streets),
performing from 6:30 p.m.
until the fireworks begin.
Harold Foster, a native of
Barbados and retired deputy
sheriff from Norfolk, VA,
established the Pensacola
Youth Steel Orchestra in
1995. Foster's love of music
and his dedication to helping


young people become suc-
cessful citizens are the driving
forces behind creation of the
orchestra.
Foster is the kind of
leader, and the youth orches-
tra is the kind of program, that
can motivate and guide young
people toward a positive goal
by getting them involved in
activities that require disci-
pline and mental challenge.
Playing in the orchestra is a
privilege that comes with


responsibility. The musicians
must make good grades in
school, and must show
respect for themselves, for
others, and for their instru-
ments and equipment.
Milton's First United
Methodist Church is pleased
to sponsor the Pensacola
Youth Steel Orchestra for
community's enjoyment, dur-
ing "Riverfest," July 4th,
2007.


3-day celebration of independence for Christians begins Friday


"Now the Lord is that 6 - 8th at the Coldwater
Spirit: and where the Spirit of Recreation Area (Horse
the Lord is, there is Liberty." - Stables) in Munson, FL.
II Corinthians 3:17 Bring a friend or lost loved
Come celebrate our inde- one.
pendence from sin in Christ's Friday - July 6 - 7 p.m.
name on the weekend of July Singing only with "Watch and

Church Briefs & more
Springhill Baptist VBS
Springhill Baptist Church, located at 9214 Munson
Highway, Milton will be having their Vacation Bible School
July 12, 13, & 14th, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. There will
be Bible Study, fellowship, fun and games. Be on God's Team!
For more information call Karen Glover at 957-2771.

Olivet Baptist VBS
Attention all boys and girls in Milton and the surrounding
areas! If you are between the ages of 3 through 12; are you in
store for a lot of fun! Your Vacation Bible School will be at
Olivet Baptist Church, on Dogwood Drive, Monday through
Friday (July 9 - 13). Fun begins at 9 a.m. up to 12 noon. The
theme is "Game Day Central-Where Heroes are made." Game
One-Join the team, obey God. Game Two-Play your position,
do your best, Game Three-Get in the Game, believe. Game
Four-Take it to the next level, put others first. Game Five-
Recruit new team mates, tell others. Come on over and join the
fun. Learn more about Jesus' plan for your life. More people
have come to know Christ as Saviour through Vacation Bible
School than through any other single outreach event.

Hendersons in concert...


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Saturday - July 7 - 7 p.m.
Singers include Alicia
Summerlin, Second Chance,
and local singers. Daniel
Baxley will be preaching,
Sunday - July 8 - 10 a.m.


Stephanie to


- Local singers - Bill
Thompson will be preaching.
Meals will be available each
night at a reasonable price.
For information or directions,
call 850-675-3886 (leave
message).


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Stephanie Lea\ins will be in concert at Heights Baptist
Church on Sunday, July 8 at 11 a.m. The church is located at
600 Pickens Ave.. Pensacola. Pastor Nott extends a warm
invitation to everyone for this special concert. For movie
information 438-8963 or 626-0696.


NMike \our plans no%\ to be at welcomee Assembly of God, as
The Hendersons. a family southern gospel singing group from
Milton. till be in concert on SundaN. Jul\ 9. at 11 a.m. The
church is located on welcome e Church Road in East Milton.
The Hendersons consists of Sonny and Marie Henderson,
their daughter. L\dia and Sandra Fo% ler. trom this area. This
group has ministered in churches and concerts throughout the
eastern United States for the last 18 years. Pastor Johnnie
Willianms and the congregation at Welcome Assembly of God cor-
diall\ in\ ite ou the comninunit\ to join then in this special ser-
vice. No admission is charged for this concert. For more infor-
mation or directions, call 623-0451 or 994-0767

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Etermal Trinity Lutheran
Church located at 6080 Old
Bagdad Highway in Milton,
corner of Avalon Blvd. &
Highway 90, will have a rum-
mage sale in the Fellowship
Hall on Friday, July 6th and
Saturday, July 7th from 7 a.m.
to 12 noonn on both days. The


church will have items such
as toys, books, kitchen items,
some furniture, miscella-
neous, and fresh baked goods.
The proceeds will be given to
the Covenant Hospice
Program. For more informa-
tion, contact the church at
623-5780.


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tionst n ith Bibhcal ansu ers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "What does the Bible say about the
rapture?" - T.R. - East Milton
Dear T.R.,
The "rapture" is the 'catching away' of born-again
believers in Jesus Christ. This event will occur in the very
last of the 'end times' sometime just before God pours out his
wrath on the remaining unbelieving and wicked world.
The three main camps of interpretation concerning when
this event takes place are centered around the Bible's teach-
ing on the Tribulation Period (The final 7 years of world his-
tory - marked by the appearance and rise of the anti-Christ.)
These three are as follows:
The Pre-Tribulation rapture theory - the rapture will
occur before the "tribulation and the appearance of the anti-
Christ.
The Mid-Tribulation rapture theory - The rapture will
occur in the middle of the tribulation, at about the 3-1/2 year
mark.
The Post-Tribulation rapture theory - The rapture
will occur at about the very last of the 7 years of tribulation.
You may ask, "What do YOU believe, Pastor
Gallups?" Simple, I believe what Jesus Himself clearly
says in Matthew Chapter 24 when the disciples asked Him
this very question. Jesus speaks of the clear, indicative signs
of the "last days." Then he says to his disciples..." When
YOU see the abomination of desolation (ANTI-
CHRIST)...standing in the Holy Place..."
In other words, Christians would see the anti-Christ.
Then he speaks of the anti-Christ persecuting God's people
for a brief time, but then Jesus says, "Immediately AFTER
the tribulation of THOSE DAYS (The days of the anti-Christ
persecution of Christians is the context - somewhere near
the middle of the Tribulation years.) - The trumpet would
blow, the sign of Jesus would be seen by all, Jesus would
return and his 'elect' (His people) would be gathered from all
over the earth.
Further more - in Revelation 10:7 we are told that when
the 7th angel blows the 7th trumpet (of Revelation) that the
"mystery" of God would be accomplished. In I Corinthians
15:51 ff we are told exactly what that mystery is! Paul says
- I will tell you the "mystery" - at the last trumpet (that
would be the 7th one) we will be raptured! I know my view
is not that "popular" in many circles, but it is what Jesus and
the Bible clearly say...in context and with proper Biblical
interpretation principles applied.
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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Baby of the week

Luke Arion Wesley
Luke Arion Wesley was born March 28, 2007. His mother and
father are Kim Honeycutt and Rex Wesley. Luke Arion has a sis-
ter, Kayla Honeycutt. His grandparents are Jerry & Kathy Wesley
of Kansas, Ralph & Connie Rogers, Robert Kendrick of Milton;
Sherry Bryan of Pensacola. Great grandparents are Charlotte
Elliott & Walter Bain, Margie Zeigler of Milton, and Gerlden
Hewitt of Pensacola.

Library looking for detectives


Join your fellow
Detectives at the Jay Milton,
Gulf Breeze, or Navarre
Libraries in solving the mys-
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investigate the evidence
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the evidence in order to solve
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Detectives in grades K - 5
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detective badge any time
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library.
Bring your Reading
Record to claim your prizes
for reading in the Get a Clue
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sponsored by' the Santa Rosa
County Library System.


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Suzanne Marie Grimes and lan Allister Murray


Captain and Mrs. Michael
Grimes, USCG (retired) of
Fayetteville, Georgia are
pleased to announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Suzanne Marie Grimes to Ian
Allister Munrray, son of Major
and Mrs. Brian Murray,
USMC (retired) of Dumfries,
Virginia.
The bride-to-be is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William C. Jones of
Milton, and Lieutenant
Commander Fred Grimes,
USN (retired) and the late
Mae Grimes of Florence,
Alabama.
Suzanne is a 2002 gradu-
ate of C. D. Hylton High
School in Woodbridge,
Virginia and a 2006 graduate
of the University of North
Florida. She earned a
Bachelor of Fine Arts in
Graphic Design and is cur-
rently employed by JHT at the
Naval Air Station,


Jacksonville, Florida.
The prospective bride-
groom is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Voris Stingel of
Dundee, Ohio and Mrs. Edith
Murray of Oberlin, Ohio.
Ian is also a 2002 gradu-
ate of C. D. Hylton High
School. He is a Sergeant in
the United States Marine
Corps and has been on active
duty for five years.
He has recently returned
from his second deployment
to Iraq with the 2nd Tank
Battalion of Camp Lejeune,
North Carolina and has orders
to report for duty as an
instructor to The Armor
School, Fort Knox, Kentucky.
An October 6, 2007 wed-
ding is planned at the First
Presbyterian Church in
Peachtree City, Georgia. A
reception will follow the cere-
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Club in Peachtree City. After
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WEDNESDAY

July 4, 2007
Section B


Melton tears up the water



I Milton racer leads series points


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Racing is very popular in
the south. Motorcycles, cars,
bikes, you name it and people
will race it - including boats.
Milton's Jimmy Melton
has been doing just that for the
past five years and late last
month earned his first win in
Thomasville, Ala., in the
Modified Production Division
of the Outboard Drag Boat
Association.
"I have been doing this for
about five years now," said
Melton. "I moved up to modi-
fied production from pro carb
a couple of years ago.
"I still find it hard to
believe it has happened. Since
I started racing I have gotten
quite a few seconds and thirds
until this win."


Besides notching his first
win in the double elimination
competition on Tom Bigby
River, Melton has taken over
the points lead in the Modified
Production category over
Randy McCormick, who he
defeated for his first win.
Melton, who is carrying
on the family tradition started
by his father Dale, spent some
time working on his motor
before the race in Alabama.
"We spent some time to
freshen up the motor," said
Melton. "We changed the
rings, pistons, and other items
as we knew the competition
would be tough."
At most races Melton
noted there would be 15 to 20
boats in his class from
Alabama, Tennessee, North
Carolina, South Carolina,


Louisiana, and other parts of
the south.
Boat racing is very quick
when you look at the entire
field.
"The competition is so
close in this class you can
hardly tell who is going to
win," said Melton.
"Everything kind of goes back
and forth in the class thanks to
the rules designed to help keep
the competition even.
"There is around fou
tenths of a second between the
slowest boat and the fastest
boat at any race we compete
in."
But close competition is
nothing new to Melton.
"When we were real
young my brother and I raced
dirt bikes and stuff until we
graduated high school," said


Melton. "Then he went to rac-
ing cars and I got interested in
boat racing thanks to a guy
who came up here from Lake
City.
"After that me and my dad
decided to get back into it."
But with any racing there
is the cost factor, which
Melton admitted it can be an
expensive project to compete
in the series when you look at
somewhere between $1,200 to
$2,000 just to travel to a race.
"Just to go to an event you
can spend $1,200 for the motel
and everything on a week-
end," said Melton. "That is not
counting parts for the boat if
something goes wrong.
"And you try to have the
motor right before you leave."
To help Melton defer his
See, MELTON, Page 2B


Milton's Jimmy Melton celebrates his first win in the Outdoor
Drag Boat Associaition Modified Production Class in
Thomasville, Ala.
Submitted Photo


YMCA could



locate to Pace


* Area survey could come

sometime later this month


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.comn
As Pace residents look
towards the growth of their
community, some leaders are
looking at something different
other than a community cen-
ter.
Commissioner Tom
Stewart, who has long been an
advocate of a community cen-
ter in Pace, is looking at some
alternative options.
"As we have been looking
at the future land use I have
come to the understanding
there might not ever be a state
grant to bring us a community
center, which is something I
have been wanting," said
Stewart. "Some of the alterna-
tives we are looking at are a
YMCA or working with the
Eagle Group as a good oppor-
tunity to move forward."
According to Skip
Vogelsang, Executive Director
of the YMCA of Northwest
Florida, Pace is on the radar as
a future site.
"Pace is our focus here in
Santa Rosa County," said
Vogelsang. "From our discus-
sions I feel the Pace Rotary is


preparing to take on the chal-
lenge of working with the
community and county leaders
to move forward with our
study."
This study is not a guaran-
tee, but just one of the first
steps in organizing an effort
between the community,
county government, and oth-
ers just as they did in Navarre
when they opened the Pullum
Branch of the YMCA just a
couple of years ago.
The YMCA does not do a
marketing study as you would
see a major business do, but
more of a grass roots study of
the community since the Y is a
501-C3 and each YMCA is
completely autonomous.
"We are looking at build-
ing partnerships to make this
happen," said Vogelsang. "I
feel very strong after talking
to Commissioner Stewart and
Commissioner Salter that they
are interested.
"I feel we have already
established that feeling with
Commissioner Goodin, who
we worked with on the
Navarre YMCA, as well.
See, YMCA, Page 2B


Brooks gets honored


by sports association

By BILL GAMBLIN Despite her quirks about
sports@srpressgazette.com flying, Geraldine would ask
The only person missing her son, a former All-
Thursday night as the American at Washington High
Pensacola Sports Association and at Florida State, why he
honored Derrick Brooks, was wasn't on the wall.
his mother Geraldine Brooks- "It was starting to get
Mitchell. harder to find words
Mitchell lost her for excuses."
long battle with Besides those
breast cancer back in who coached him,
May. Florida Governor
Despite wishing Charlie Crist, who
she were there, came to Pensacola to
Brooks recalled when be a part of the cere-
he could quit making mony, honored
excuses to her why he Brooks.
wasn't along side . "Derrick Brooks
Don Sutton, Roy 4 is a great guy and an
Jones Jr., and Emmitt Brooks amazing friend. I am
Smith. more proud to have
"She had a smile across him as a friend that you will
her face when I told her at the ever know," said Crist. "He
beginning of March," Brooks was a great football player at
recalled. "To me that said it Florida State, but after he was
all." See, BROOKS, Page B2


William O'Donnell takes care of his daughter, Natalie, before she takes to the floor for a game of roller hockey at Skateland
Skating Center in Milton. Natalie was getting ready for the final game of the summer league season. More photos will be avail-
able in our photo galleries at www.srpressgazette.com
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Suiting up



for some fun


(Left) Brendan Peters is ready for a long night in goal.
(Above) But before he takes the floor Brendan's mother,
.' . .Loretta, makes sure his mask is securely on tight.
Az Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin











Wednesday-July 4, 2007


Sports


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.ay cdle!rates
Freedom 5K Rin/Walk:
The City of Jay will hold
their annual Freedom niK 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.
Roller Hockey Camp:
Skateland Skating Center
in Milton will be conduct-
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A camp for 5 to 11 year
olds will be held July 9
ilt .i,1 11 and a similar
camp for 12 to 16 year olds
will be held Ir',iii. July 16
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The camp is open to
!.,,,ci , of all skill levels
and will be held from 9 a.m.
to noon each day.
For more information or
to register call 623-9415 or
you can go online to
www.skatelandmilton.com.
Futbol Santa Rosa
soccer skills clinic: Futbol
Club Santa Rosa Director
of Coaching, Louie Sahin,
is conducting a foot skills
clinic.
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 con-
tinue 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
registration.
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 tourna-
ment limited to the first 32
teams to sign up in each
division.
The format will be a
compass draw with each
team playing a minimum of
four matches.
For more information or
to enter call 434-2434.
Southern Juniors sign
Upsi 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 qual-
ify can play their way into
the tournament based on the
qualifying tournament
scheduled for July 22 at
Pensacola County Club.
To apply for the qualifi-
er 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.east-


miltonyouthsports.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
camp that was scheduled
for July 10, 11, and 12 has
been cancelled.
Pace Volleyball
Camp: Pace High will
hold a youth volleyball
camp from July 16 through
July 19.
This camp is for stu-
dents in fifth through ninth
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.
Milton High Youth
Basketball Camp: Milton
High School will conduct a
youth basketball camp July
16 though 20.
The camp is for youth
between the ages for six
and 14.
Fundamentals and other
drills will be the focus of
this camp.
This years camp will
run from 2 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. each afternoon in the
Panther Gym.
Camp participants will
need to wear the appropri-
ate workout gear - T-shirt,
shorts, and tennis shoes.


For more information
or to register you can con-
tact Milton High School at
983-5600.
Coach Shannan
Bergen Girls Hoops
Camp: University of West
Florida Basketball Coach
Shannan Bergen will con-
duct 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 basekt-
ball coaching staff, play-
ers, 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 stu-
dents 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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Melton is seen making his championship run in Thomasville, Ala.,
against Randy McCormick. Melton is currently leading the
Modified Production Category points with the Outdoor Drag
Boat Association. His next race, weather permitting, will be in
Chattahoochee, Fla.
Submitted photo


Melton


Continued From Page One
cost to race each weekend
he has gotten some support
from Outboards Unlimited,
Samford Masonry and
Beauty's Shop in Milton.
Ahead for Melton are
events in Chattahoochee, Fla.,
in late July followed by an
August date in Plymouth,
N.C., and a September race
close by in Wetumpka, Ala.
"I am a little concerned
about the race in
Chattahoochee," said Melton.
"If we don't get some more
rain to help the water level in
Lake Okeechobee the event
might get cancelled or moved
to another date.
"They are getting some
rain in the area, but it would
be nice if they could get some
consistent rain to the north to
help with the water level."
With all the traveling
Melton and his family does to


race he would like to have a
race much closer to home, but
understands the limitations of
that prospect.
"We could race on the
Blackwater River," said
Melton. "But then you have to
look at the logistics of parking
and everything else.
"I have been told by some
friends it would take a good
two or three months dedicated
to the event to pull it off logis-
tically."
But racing in brackish
water, a combination of salt
and fresh water, could be a
concern of Melton's competi-
tors.
"I don't know how many
of them would like to get their
boats out in the slightest bit of
salt water," said Melton. "I
think the idea of that might
keep them from coming to a
race around here.".


YMCA


Continued From Page One
"I am pretty optimistic
about this happening and
with the Pace Rotary Club's
help as the 'Switzerland' this
offers us some unique oppor-
tunities to make it happen."
Some of the things the


YMCA will be looking for if
they go forward is land for
the site as well as financial
contributions.
The Pullum Branch of the
YMCA came in with an esti-
mated price tag of $4-mil-
lion.


Pensacola native and former FSU standout Derrick Brooks and
Florida Governor Charlie Crist await the start of a press confer-
ence Thursday night as Derrick Brooks was being honored by the
Pensacola Sports Association with his inclusion in their Wall of
Fame at the Pensacola Regional Airport.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Brooks


Continued From Page One
drafted by Tampa Bay I
got to know Derrick the
humanitarian in my home.
"I have gotten the oppor-
tunity to interact with him off
the playing field and see what
he does in the community,
what he's done for all of
Florida. To see his dedication
to the community, to his fami-
ly, to God - he's an amazing
man."
Brooks was very humbled
by the events throughout the
evening.
"I am very humbled to
stand before you," said
Brooks. "Instead of Pensacola
honoring me I feel that I
should be honoring Pensacola.
"I am a citizen of


Pensacola and Escambia
County who is also a resident
of Florida that represents the
Brooks family name."
Thursday night before the
500 in attendance Brooks was
focused on having fun.
"I think overwhelming is
standing over a golf ball to hit
a tee shot," said Brooks. "My
family lives in Pensacola and
Pensacola is my family."
Brooks remembered tak-
ing a break from training
camp to be there as the
Pensacola Sports Association
honored boxer Roy Jones, Jr.
"I came here to help honor
Roy and what he has done for
the community," said Brooks.
"And now I am amazed to be
the one standing before you."


E munt Spot eut


Wednesday Morning
Alley Cats
Oops Alley
June 27, 2007

High Game Women: Fran
Gordon - 210
High Game Team: Blue
Birds - 393
High Series Women: Fran


Gordon - 506
High Series Team:
Flamingos - 1238


Pink


League Final Standings: 1.
Cosmic Katz 12-4, 2. Pink
Flamingos 11-5, 3. "B-J's"
10-6, 4. Blue Birds 9-7, 5.
Miss Fits 5-11, 6.
Lonesome Dove 1-15.


Do you have sports-related news or informa-

tion you would like to see published in the

Press Gazette. If so, send it to us at:

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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!




Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service. From
trimming to tractor work.
Clean-ups, raking, haul-
ing, mowing bushhogg-
ing, dirt work. Reasona-
ble rates free estimates.
(8501623-0493.
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 lIoader.
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
*Mowing*Trimming
*Rakingo lauling'eSod
*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




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




VINYL LINER
REPLACEMENT
Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
324-6762


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


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


Tree/Lawn Maintenance
Tree Service/
Lawn
Maintenance
Quality work at Quality
Prices. Call for your Free
Estimate. Licensed &
Insured. 850-313-1257
or 850-626-6864







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


We Deliver & Install
Centipede
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Bermuda
Balled Pine Straw
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626-8578


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SArchitectural Shingles * Vinyl Exterior Trim
* Luxury Marble Vanity Tops
* Garden Tub and Shower
SCeiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room
* Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms
SFrench Doors - Gas or Wood Fireplace


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- La-Z-Boy rediner, dark
wood dining room &
bedroom suite. Call for
- 1110 pricing and additional
Publisher's information. 983-9305
Notice
Freedom Communica- Table with 4 chairs
tions, Inc. (dba Santa ($80), 2 high back bar
Rosa's Press Gazette and stools ($5.07set) rocker
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tisement. Publication of DEAL?
an advertisement does
not constitute an agree- East Milton
caent for continued publi- Neighbor hood Sale
catin. - July 6th & 7th. 7am until
dark. 10352 & 10356
East Lake Rd. off of Nich-
ols Lake Rd. Furniture, an-
1120 tiques, tools, steroes,
Hunting Club except- household items quilt
ing new members. fabrics & Hospital Bed.
1 ,345 acres. $625
new members. Milton
850623-346Big Multi-Family
Yaord Sale Friday 7/6.
7am - noon. 6502
Colonial Drive, Furn,
[ 1170 household items,
Dog Found knick-knacks, baby/kids
6/27 on Hwy 90 near clothes & toys, dollhouse
Airport Rd. Medium size bed and much more.
female with reddish wavy M
hair. Taken to animal Milton
services. 983-4680 Huge Yard Sale
everything must go.
- --- Fri am-ti4l New stainless
' t steel dishwasher, new
-/ S " . convection oven, clothes,
( . |knickknacks, pictures,
much much more.
6823 Fast Gun Lane
Round Up Valley subdivi-
sion off 87N, 1 /2 to 2
miles before Whiting
PS & ANIM Field. Green signs will be
PETS &N hosted at 87/89 intersec.
2100 - Pets on. Canceled if rain.
2110 - Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock Double D Farms
Wanted Fresh produce
.Try our tomatoes, peas &
butterbeans, juicy water-
melons and cantaloupes.
Also available our fa-
A.KC. Old English mous onions. Hwy 89
Sheep dog puppy 7 North at Allentown, Flor
months, male. $600.00 ida. Closed Sundays.
626-1305 after 5pm 983-6925 or 293-9752


Free Golden 12FT Jon Boat $100
Retriever to a good fam- 70Ft. 1/2 inch galva-
ily 16 month old spayed nized chain $100. Troll-
female. AKC registered; inc motor $25. All kinds
shots current ofplants for sale
(850) 380-8647 623-1768
Kittens Screen printing
Free to good home. equipment ana supplies
Cute cuddly kittens.
994-0395 Toy truck collection
Free lumber
Call 626-3700
2130 1
Texas Longhorn bull for
sle. 6 years old and full
blooded with horns over 3340
50 inches. 623-6820 Golf Clubs Men's, ladies
_and kids. 1-10 Garcon
Flea Market, Exit 26, in-
t .doors. Iron sets, wood
Assets, drivers, fairway
S woods, wedges and club
SSaturday & Sunday
z S e o9am-5pm
Sanchez Golf Shop


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Information


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Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
5130 - Condo/Townhouse
8140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
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Milton
COMMERCIAL
BUILDING
for sale/lease by owner.
1500 sq ft. 2-12'x12'
arae doors. '/2 shop &
/2 otfice/showroom on
N. Stewart across from
skating rink. 983-2296
or 20 -4008




Milton
2/BR 2/BA waterfront.
$550/mth $550/deposit
Don Cumbie Realty
377-6787
Milton


2BR/1BA CH&AC New
** Carpe! Water, Sewer,
Garbage Included.
$475/'$475 Great
- *4100 3LNeighbors! Triplex Dear-.
Art/Entertainment/Media born & Peachtree 1 Block
off Stewart Milton Drive
Music Director for lively by, then leave message.
Growing church. Warm, 291-8088 (Also-One
growing community ori- Bedroom $425)
ented country church Milton
needs a new Music Di- 1 Bedroom furnished
rector to take our worship apartment with central &
to new level. Backed by air. No ets. $425 per
an enthusiastic choir and us deposit
strong congregaton, this month plus deposit. Call
rt-ie salaried i- or appointment.
ion calls for a talented 626-3800
lead musician who loves Milton
to praise the Lord with his I Bed/1 Bath total elec-
people. Current service trick. Water & garbage
pattern at Chumuckla pickup included. No
United Methodist Church pets $380/month
is: Sunday: 9am Praise $300/deposit 623-5697
Service, T 11am Tradi-
tional S service 6pm Even-
ing Service, 7pm Choir dMVK I7U�'
practice Hours negotia -
ble - perhaps 5 hours per 6140
week. Salary - $6,000 Bagdad
S , . 0e3BR/2BA for rent. Cen-
all Pastor, Rev. Clive tral H/A, Ventura Blvd,
Knights on 932-2510 or Bagdad
e-mail cliveknights@aol.com $675mth/$675dep
Building/Grounds Maint 850-957-4002
artment Bagdad Area
Apartment
Maintenance 3/BR 1/BA on 1 acre
Great company, great of land. Great condition
benefits. Must have own $775/mth
tools. Experience pref- $775/deposit.
ered. Fax resume to Non-smoking environ-
479-1678 or 479-3971 ment. Janet Coulter
206-3666
Construction/Trade Chumuckla
Emerald Coast Docks 2 Houses on Lake
& Seawalls Inc. 3/2 on 10 acres with
isSeawalls Inc. b rn. $1500/month
ies ookintfor an experi- 3/2 with large workshop
enced installer. Salary & epool $1300/month.
Call: 983-3799 Discount if you would like
Cal:_93-399to rented both.
Driver to deliver tires on 994-1989 or 712-5983
a daily route and work East Milton
warehouse in evenings Lease with option to buy.
Mon-Fri. Must have valid 4BR/3BA waterfront,
drivers license and pass large yard and den with
drug test. Starting pay fireplace. $1100 month.
$8.50/hr. will train. Call 982-5709
433-0257 -- ----
433-0257 -East Milton
Drivers Quiet neighborhood
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3130 - Auctions
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3170 - Collectibles
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Now Accepting
Consignment
Items For Our
July Auction.
Garrett & Garrett
Auction Co.
W.J. Garrett
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151 SE Eglin Pkwy, FWB
244-7453




32" CRT TV
Flat screen HDTV Sony
Wega. $560. Call (865)
22-1916


tNEW TOIAY
For sale
2- 9x1l0 Kicker Speakers
Kicker box 10. Amplifier
with adjustable base,
stereo. $550.00 takes it
all. 417-3796 or �
623-0692




4-piece bedroom set
like new. Excellent condi-
tion including bed frame
asking $309.00
626-7529 or 313-0518
For sale: Country provin-
cial triple china cabinet
($300)- tea cart ($200);
Sofa ($1450),; two chairs
100/each); three tables
$60/each; and a large
cypress sofa table ($90)
CaPl 850-626-7397
Full size, extra long,
electric, adjustable
therapeutic bed with
posture control.
400 obo 623-1446
Sofa, oak Sofa Table,
Light wood Coffee Table
K d. T bl-. ......


in East Milton next to
Marquis Basin. 2BD/1 BA
fenced yard, central heat
& air. $650/$400
529-1388
Milton
3/BR 1/BA Central
AC/H, garage with
washer/dryer hookups,
stove, furnished, no pets.
$675/mth $650/deposit
For qualified tenants
6409 Julia Drive. Skyline
623-5581
Milton
4/2/2 House for rent,
2020 sq.ft. Gated
Community, jaccuzi tub
$1250 mt
850-420-5492
Milton
For Rent 3/BR 2/BA
CH&A Great location.
Fenced yard. $800/mth
$500/deposit.
623-9553
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
Marlboro Village
3BD/2BA
$500mth/$500dep
Blackwater New 3/2
waterview & access
$1300mth/$1300dep
723-2532
Milton
Near Whiting Field
Newer home
3BD/2BA, 1 car garage,
1100sz ft., pets consid-
ered $860 a month half
off first months rent.
Contact (850)455-0585
Sunstone Property
Milton
Nice 3BD/2BA recently
renovated with
dishwasher ,and fenced
yard. $695mo/$700dep
HUD accepted.
(850) 994-0155





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Apartments
FULLY RENOVATED
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850-983-6995 1


race
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
3BD/2BA with garage,
fireplace and fenced
yard. All appliances and
washer & dryer included.
No pets. No smokers.
$925/mo (850)
366-0212
Pace
House For Rent
4/br 3/ba 3000 sq ft.
All brick 4yrs old in Oak
Meadows Sub. Will do
lease with option, $1650
a month $1000 Dep.
Call: 554-7207


6150
Pace
3BR/1 /2BA to share
with mother and daugh-
ter. All house privelages
utilities included.
$450/month with
$100/deposit. Small
dog ok. Call 995-1125
or 463-4103



Milton
Room for rent
$300/mo includes ca-
ble, utilities washer &
dryer. Cal' after 5pm.
(850)626-1305


S 6170 I
Milton
2/BR 1/BA front
kitchen Avalon Blvd.
626-8973
Milton
2/BR 2/BA Total Elec-
tric Avalon Blvd.
626-8973
Milton
Nice 2BD/1BA fenced
$475mo/$400dep
HUD accepted.
(850) 994-0155
Milton
Quiet park, trees,
new 2BD/2BA mobile
home. No pets & no
smoking. $535 plus
deposit-sewer and gar-
bage included 626-1552


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







CRESTVIEW &
HOLT, FL ~ NEW
CONSTRUCTION
4 br, 3 ba, 2 cg, all
brick. Rent, Buy, Rent-to-
own. 850- 897-0072 or
www.WeAreHomeFinders.com
FREE Training
LEARN TO FLIP HOUSES
visit:
www.coachinqforre.com
Call: 850-324-0494
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
REDUCED PRICE
$299,995
RELOCATING: MUST
SELL
3000sqft. 4BD/3BA
home in Pace on 1 acre,
fireplace, family room,
Florida room office, 2
car arage, build
10/05. Fenced land-
scaped yard. Open
House: Sun-Sat. 5123
Gardenbrook Blvd.,
32570 (off Hamilton
Bridge) 11 am-7pm
(850)776-2583



7120
Milton
For Sale Commercial
Property 1.5 acres down-
town Milton
850-982-4501




2BR, 2BA on beach at
The Crescent. $745,000.
Financing incentives
available 812-734-5600




Berrydale
2.9 acres +/-
Beautiful building site,
some restrictions, city
water $59,500.
For sale by owner.
(251) 9701358
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


ACROSS
1. 38th U.S. President
5. Pro vote
8. Play a ukulele
13. Belted constellation
15. Rile
16. __ Slick from
Punkin Crick
(Dinah Shore film)
17. Buffalo's home
18. Fixed standard
19. Election matter
20. Caribou's kin
21. Witt's milieu
23. Hold the title to
25. Tree swinger
26. Start of a
Shakespearean title
27. bene
29. Compact
31. School theme
34. Trappist
35. Malt kilns
39. Hit hard
41. Admired one
42. Extinct bird of
New Zealand
43. Radius' neighbor
44. Share
45. Comet's master
47. Create
48. Evil one
50. Royal ("Short
Shorts" singers)
52. Horse prod













Zeyla
Ericksen


I 7190
Pensacola
Lake Estelle area
2,000sq ft, with pool. To-
tally renovated with
Ganite pool. Seller pays
closing. 994-1989 or
712-5983


MI




AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
RECREATIONAL
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 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes




Mercedes
SL500 2003
white, sport pk., low mi.
$57,506 856-585-5915
Oldsmobile Silhouette,
1995, ood for parts
$300. 94-3858
Call before 4pm
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048


Do Something


Good For


Tomorrow


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. Ryon
Scott Owner/Agent
850-380-6765 Keller
Williams Realty




East Milton
/2 acre with 12x65
mobile home, septic tank,
power pole, water meter,
paved street, and large
back yard. Safe area
close ao interstate and
sherriffs dept. $49,000
(850)479-9252

Milton
2/BR 2/BA Mobile
Home and 2
lots.Reduced Price with
large deck. Call:
623-8565



7190
Gulf Breeze
4 bedrooms, 2 000sq
ft, with pool. Totally reno-
vated. Seller pays clos-
ing. 994-1989 or
7T2-5983

New Orleans,
Louisiana ~
Potential Bed &
Breakfast
in Historic Faubourg
Marigny District. 2 story
home with off street park-
ing, balcony view of
downtown New Orleans
skyline. Stained glass
doors & windows, hard
wood floors. $480,000
Ask for Greg (504)
460-5408 or email:
glewiscont@hotmail.com

BLACKWATER
RIVER
WATERFRONT LOT

Deep Water Docking
Gulf Access
House Plans Available
Minimum Restrictions
Unlimited Sunsets
Zoned RC-1
$150,000

850-393-0121 I


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Chevy pick-up 1970 Oldsmobile 88 Royal,
350 Auto. Asking 1992 parts needed for
$1,600.00 626-0012 front end. 939-2628

Ford F-350 Super duty,
1999 Power stroke, lowBA
mileage dually reese | 8
hitch, 5th wheel goose
neck $18 500 18 Ft. Bass Tracker
957-4952 or 261-8407 and galvanized trailer
983-8075

1995 17FT Dynasty Jet
Boat, new power head
and electronics on 90
horse inboard Mercruiser
TOO engine. Comes with
Hummingbird NS 25
M W GPS-De th & Fish Finder.
1995 Chevrolet High top Asking $3800.
Conversion Van $3200. 982-9133


120,000 miles, excellent
condition. Automatic
A/C Color TV
Must see to appreciate!
623-5566


1998 Avon
Hard bottom inflatable.
80HP 4-stroke Yamaha.
Excellent cond. $10,500
Call 850-585-5915


550 HWT dozer, 8330
2005. Only 765 hours. 2006 Cargo Express
Practically new and not enclosed utility trailer
abused. $42,500 Firm 6xl 2x6. Side door, rear
850-957-4952 or double doors, top vent
850-261-8407 Single axle. Minfnever
usea. $2150. 983-2296
Ford 455D, 1993 or 206-4008
Frontend loader. Back-
hoe 1,550 original
hours. Excellent condi- MOT !�Jh
tion. Municipality owned.
$14,500 + tax 8340
850-957-4952 or
850-261-8407 36' Monaco
Knight
Texas/Bradg, 2007 Diesal, $85,000 with
10 ton tandem axle dual matching 2004 Jeep
wheel equipment trailer. Grand Cherokee 4x4
$6,800 + tax $18,000. Email
850-957-4952 or rvhud ens@mchsi.com
850-261-8407 850-939-2218





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55. Lubricant
58. Sports org.
59. Total: abbr.
60. Morning hours: abbr.
63. Texas twang
65. Large tub
67. Satellite's path
69. Bert Parks, for many
years
70. Compass pt.
71. Bea, to Prince
Charles
72. Tokyo tipples
73. Schoolboy
74. Form an opinion

DOWN
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9. __ Cruces
10. Sky bear
11. __ d'etat
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14. Diamond and Simon
22. Egyptian queen, for
short
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28. Took for granted
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30. __ Gay
32. Poet Tate
33. They're coming, in
"Over There"
34. Wife or life beginning
36. "I __ Fugitive..."
(2 wds.)
37. Absalom, to David
38. Sylvester, to Tweety
40. West of Brooklyn
45. Compactly arranged
46. Whit
49. Granny Smiths
51. "Your Song" singer
John
53. Come undone
54. Disliked violently
55. Works by Homer
56. TV "friend" played by
Marie Wilson
57. Need
60. Have in one's
bonnet (2 wds.)
61. Pixie and Dixie, e.g.
62. Stanch
64. Like a pipsqueak
66. Flat __ pancake
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