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WEDNESDAY

July 25, 2007


Teen killed, donates kidney to own grandmother


By PAMELA HOLT
parnela.holt@yahoo. corn
Driving up to the
People's home it looks as if
it's any other weekend.
Teenage boys playing foot-
ball, children sitting on the
front porch watching, cars
and trucks lining the drive-
way.
But it's not.


The People's family has
suffered a loss like no other.
They've lost their son.
Travis Peoples, 16, junior
at Baker High School and
Santa Rosa County resident
was in a dirt bike accident on
a dirt road in Covington
County, Alabama Friday
evening and succumbed to
his injuries on Saturday


morning at Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola.
Peoples was riding a
2005 Suzuki motorcycle at
about 6:45 p.m. when he
struck a 2005 Ford vehicle
driven by Shelly H. Chalk of
Jay, Florida.
After he was transported
to the children's intensive
care unit at Sacred Heart, he


was pronounced dead around
1:30 a.m.
His grandmother, Kim
Abbey received his kidney in
a successful transplant two
days later at Emory
University in Atlanta.
Pastor Carl Gallups at
Hickory Hammock Church in
Milton says Abbey and her
. husband Lewis have been


faithful members of Hickory
Hammock for about 20 years.
Gallups says Kim has
struggled with renal failure
and actively praying for relief
for years. He says several
other members of his church
actively sought to donate
their kidney but hadn't found
success.
"The sweet part of the


bitter is to have her grandson
be the donor," says Gallups.
Peoples recently received
his driver's license in June
and discussed being an organ
donor with his mother,
JoLynn Peoples.
"Organ donation aware-
ness was a part of daily con-
versation in my family," says
See DONATES page 8A


In an effort to ease their pain and do something for the living, friends and family of Shana Sanders and Pearl Davis held a fundraising carwash Saturday at Downs Paint and Body on Hwy. 90. Pearl
and Shana were killed in June when a DUI driver struck the back of the vehicle in which they were riding. Both of the young women were thrown from the SUV. Sanders died at the scene, Davis was
pronounced dead several hours later. Nineteen year old Joshua S. Harris, Pace, was charged %ith two counts of DUI manslaughter and two counts of DUI serious bodily injury. Among the friends and
family at Saturdays event, Shana's sister and fiance'. Organizers say more than $1,700 was collected. An account has been established at Gulf Winds Credit Union for Shana's two young daughters.
See more photos of the car wash at: www.srpressgazette.com.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


Young mother is killed



in another DUI accident


Justin Douglas, 12, tries to keep the ball away from Deputy Hattaway of the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Department. Deputy Hattawaywas one of several deputies participating in The Harmony
in the Streets day camp Monday.
Press Gazette photo by Chris McDonnell


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.comi
Another alcohol related
accident Sunday in Harold
has claimed the life of a 21-
year-old female from Santa
Rosa County.
Jessica S. Brock, 21, of
Milton was pronounced dead
at the scene of the accident,
which occurred near the
intersection of Miller Bluff
Rd and Hoppy Rd.
According to a report
released by the Florida
Highway Patrol, Jerad C.
Brock, 22, of Milton, was
driving his 1995 Dodge
Stealth north on Miller Bluff
Rd.
He traveled across the
southbound lane and onto the
west shoulder of the road
striking a wire fence and pine
tree.
Brock continued north
crossing Hoppy Rd. and then
struck a street sign and power
pole before spinning counter
clockwise and overturning.


When the car overturned
Jessica Brock was ejected.
She was not wearing a
seat belt at the time of the
accident according to the
FHP Report.
Jerad Brock suffered
minor injuries in the crash,
which was investigated by
Corporal Michael J. Tucker.
He was taken to Santa
Rosa Hospital for treatment.
Charges are currently
pending according to the
Florida Highway Patrol.
This is the second alco-
hol related accident to claim
lives in Santa Rosa County in
the last two months.
In June Shana Sanders,
22, of Pace, and Amanda
Pearl Davis, 21, of Milton,
were killed when the vehicle
they were riding in was rear-
ended by Joshua S. Harris,
19, of Pace.
According to the Florida
Highway Patrol, Harris' 2004
Honda struck the SUV
Sanders and Davis were rid-


ing in so hard it caused it to
rotate counter clockwise and
began flipping.
Sanders and Davis were
ejected from the vehicle, near
the intersection of Highway
90 and Lori Lane in Milton.
Rebecca N. Norman, 18,
of Pace, who was riding with
Harris, and Jonathan C.
Schaefers, 24, of Pace, who
was driving the SUV both
suffered serious injuries.
Harris was charged with
two counts of DUI
manslaughter and two counts
of DUI serious bodily injury.
It is unknown at press
time if Brock was cited for a
previous DUI or any other
traffic offenses, but charges
were pending at press time.
Harris had traffic tickets
for speeding in a posted
zone, Sept. 2004; expired
tag, Aug. 2005; disobey lane
direction control, April 2006;
ran stop sign, Aug. 2006; and
driver not wearing a seatbelt,
Jan. 2007.


DISCOVERAREA:Seized meth is valued around $108,000

' j-h By CHRIS MCDONNELL Reports say he was arrested session of a firearm by a con- Milton, was arrested at the turned out the tag was s
W ncmdonnell@srpressgazete.com for the violation. victed felon, possession of Tom Thumb on Glover Lane and the car contained di
Navia to theo coo t A Milton man and A search of his vehicle methamphetamine, traffick- on numerous charges, Reports say \
www.EmeraldCoast.com woman have been arrested following the arrest uncov- ing methamphetamine, pos- including a non-moving traf- searching the vehicle, a


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A Freedom paper
Jim
Fletcher,
Interim
7en a0 s Publisher
1314 623-2120


on drug charges after more
than $100,000 in metham-
phetmine was found in their
vehicle, along with a loaded
handgun.
Milton Police officers
say they initiated a traffic
stop Friday on a vehicle driv-
en by Terrell R. Rice,
Milton.
During the stop, it was
determined Rice was driving
on a suspended license.


ered a loaded handgun, a
methamphetamine lab, and
approximately 1,351 grams
of methamphetamine.
The street value of the
methamphetamine has been
estimated at about $108,000.
Rice and Jennifer N.
Bryant were arrested and
taken to the Santa Rosa
County Jail on no bond.
Charges include: driving
on a suspended license, pos-


session of paraphernalia,
possession/manufacture
paraphernalia to transport a
controlled substance, and
possession of listed chemi-
cals with intent to manufac-
ture a controlled substance.
This is the second time
in a week Milton Police
made a drug arrest on a traf-
fic stop.
On June 14, Lisa Ann-
Marie Buchanan, 35 from


fic violation, and drug
charges.
The incident occurred
when Officer Clay Smith
was assisting Sargeant
Barnes with a trespass issue
at the Tom Thumb. Smith
observed a maroon Ford
Probe occupied by two white
females enter the parking lot
at what appeared to be a
high rate of speed.
Upon investigation, it


tolen
rugs.
while
shoe


box was found containing a
box of 100 count syringes,
15 straight razors, one scent-
ed candle, a small kitchen
cleaver, one syringe, one
small bottle of Visine, and
one zip lock baggy which
contained a folded paper
towel holding a white grainy
power that field tested posi-
tive for cocaine.
Additional items were
found resulting in arrest.













Sheriff's Report


SPEAK



OUT
KAS-EP


Monday, 1:24 p.m.
I was wondering if any-
one else has noticed the cars,
trucks, and motor home clut-
tering the driveway at a home
on Berryhill Road in Milton.
Just past Hearst Street and
before the left turn onto
Moore. It looks awful, can
something be done, last week
there was a second motor
home as well, but now it is
gone. And now, two or three
houses down, on our way,
there is a huge yellow trash
dumspter in the side yard,
what's that all about, what a
mess. Thank you, my name is
Shirly.

Saturday, 2:59 p.m.
Yes, this is Roberta. I am
calling about a letter I
received from a homeowner
in the villas at Chantilly. It
seems this person has contact-
ed a lawyer to organize a
homeowners association, and
refers to the fee of the attor-
ney that we will have to pay.
We do not want a homeown-
ers association here, and I
don't think that there is any-
thing here that has to be pro-
tected. We don't have any
swimming pools, tennis
courts, or amenities. She is
complaining about the value
of our properties'because peo-
ple are not cutting the grass,
some are leaving boats in
their driveways, but hey, this
is life. Does woman have the
right to do has she wishes? To
contact a lawyer and charge
the homeowners here? Thank
you.

Friday, 7:33 p.m.
Just saw a supercop in the
white truck, a very nice truck
actually, pull somebody else
over, think he is probably
averaging one or two a day at
least. So, as well as other law
enforcement, seem to be issu-
ing more tickets, they must be
trying to get ahead of the
game if they lose money here
in the tax decrease.
Meanwhile Liz in Bagdad
wants us to feel sorry when
we are trying to get a little of
our tax dollars back in our
pocket, not understanding that
one, kind of biting the hand
that feeds you, and anyway, I
had my piece.


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


June 8, to June 14, 2007
Fama, Nicole Kristen;
Female; 28; 3439
Gardenview Rd, Pace; Fraud
Utter False Instrument,
Forgery of Make Alter
Prescription 1st off. 6/10/07
Guyse, Melissa
Christine; Female; 31; 5141
Ridgeway Blvd, Milton;
Drugs-Possess Cntrl W/O
Prescription (2 cts.),
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use,
Drugs-Possess New Legend
Drug W/O Prescription.
6/9/07
Harrison, Leslie Anne;
Female; 23; 117 Compton
St, Interlachen, FL; Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence, Drugs Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. 6/8/07
Hollinhead, Lanita Kay;
Female; 25; 6968 Manatee
Rd, Navarre; Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use,
Smuggle Contraband
Introduce Into Detention
Facility. 6/8/07
McQuade, Susie
Broxson; Female; 50; 6067
Riverchase Rd, Milton;
Drugs Possess Cntrl Sub
W/O Prescription (5 cts.)
6/9/07
Barfield, John Michael;
Male; 40; 4375 Cameo Dr,
Pace; Fraud-Swindle
Obtain Property Under
$20,000. 6/8/07
Beachy, John Mark;
Male; 42; 4900 Blue Ribbon
Drive, Milton; Battery on


Officer Firefighter EMT Etc,
Resist Officer With Violence,
Resist Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence(2 cts.). 6/9/07
Davison, Daniel Scott;
Male; 25; 741 King St,
Keystone Heights, FL;
Battery Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Possess
of Weapon-Short barreled
Gun Rifle or Machine Gun,
Resist Officer Obstruct by
Disguised Person,
Disorderly Conduct. 6/8/07
Henderson, Bradford
Dewayne; Male; 30; 7583
Henderson Smith Rd,
Milton; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling, Unarmed, No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300. 6/10/07
Jones, Phillip James;
Male; 25; 6222 Fox Run St,
Milton; Battery-Cause
Bodily Harm (2 cts.)
(domestic violence),
Aggravated Battery-Cause
Bodily Harm or Disability
(domestic violence). 6/10/07
McCurdy, Kelly Clyde;
Male; 40; 2853 N 32nd Ave,
Milton; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 6/8/07
Ramsey, James
Donovan; Male; 23; 4900
Blue Ribbon Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/9/07
Thompson, Michael
Christopher; Male; 30; 6301
Matador St., Milton; Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Property
Under $20,000. 6/8/07
Wesson, Bill Wright;
Male; 51; 8572 Laredo St,
Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/8/07


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meetings are
held at the County Administrative Center, Commissioner's Board Room, 6495 Caroline
Street, Milton, Florida, unless otherwise indicated
SRC Housing Coalition August 1 1:30 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Zoning Board of Adjustments August 2 5:30 p.m.
Commission Committee August 6 9:00 a.m.
Marine Advisory August 7 5:00 p.m.
Building Code Board of Adjustments August 8 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Commission Regular August 9 9:00 a.m.
Fire Protection Board of Adjustment and Appeals August 9 4:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Local Planning Board August 9 6:00 p.m.
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board August 14 3:00 p.m.
Navarre Community Center
Emergency Services Advisory Committee August 15 1:00 p.m.
Tourist Development Council Board August 15 Cancelled
Navarre Community Center, Schoolhouse Road, Navarre
Aviation Advisory Committee August 15 5:00 p.m.
Library Advisory August16 4:00 p.m.
Commission Committee August 20 9:00 a.m.
Long Term Recovery Organization August 21 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton
Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Board August 22 8:30 a.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
SHIP Partnership Advisory Committee August 22 3:00 p.m.
Conference Room, 6051 Old Bagdad Hwy., Milton
Parks and Recreation August 22 5:30 p.m.
Commission Regular August 23 9:00 a.m.
Commission Special Meeting - Rezoning August23 6:00 p.m.
Utility Board August 27 5:00 p.m.
Local Mitigation Strategy Task August 29 1:30 p.m.
EOC Building, Pine Forest Rd, Milton
Municipal Service Benefit Units Public Hearing August 30 6:00 p.m.
Agendas and minutes are also available at www.santarosa.fl.gov. All meetings held in the Board Room
can be viewed live and/or replayed at this web site by selecting the meeting from the main page.


Whittaker, Jennifer
Marie; Female; 27; 6955
Datura St, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/8/07
Pryor, Christopher Lee;
Male; 25; 3642 Bagwell Rd,
Pace; Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence, Battery On
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc.
6/9/07
Strutchen Jr., Jerome
Demooris; Male; 21; 646
Alysheba Dr, Crestview;
Marijuana-Possess W/Intent
to Sell Mfg or Deliver Sched
I. 6/9/07
Tate, James Emery;
Male; 25; 304 Winthrop,
Pensacola; Cruelty Toward
Child at That Could Result in
Phys Mental Injury, Reckless
Driving 1st Off. 6/9/07
Thomas, Britney
Lashone one; Female; 17;
5770 Milton Rd,. Milton;
Battery On Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc. (3 cts.).
6/8/07
Wells, Loretta Lynn;
Female; 38; 5227 Chestnut
Ave, Pace; Drive While Lic
Susp 1st Off, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
6/10/07
Floyd, Amanda Raybon;
Female; 27; 5595 Jones St,
Milton; DUI. 6/10/07
Gelman, Kyle Bernard;
Male; 23; 7905 Malone Rd,
Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off. 6/10/07
McKay, Lauren
Catherine; Female; 23; 507
77th Ave, Pensacola; DUI
Alcohol or drugs 2nd Off.
6/8/07
Sullivan, Dawn Cherene;
Female; 32; 9100 Deer Ln,
Navarre; DUI. 6/8/07
Valenti, Joseph John;
Male; 50; 1100 Ft Pickens
Rd, Pensacola Bch; DUI.
6/9/07
King, Julie Michelle;
Female; 36; 10051 Frierson
Lake Dr, Hudson, FL; DUI.
6/8/07
Busby, William Mark;
Male; 46; 6424 Michelle Ln,
Milton; Sex Offense Victim
12 YOA Up To 15 YOA.
6/11/07
Cummings, Crystal L;
Female; 24; 2634 Hidden
Estates Circle, Navarre;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence), Cruelty
Toward Child at That Could
Result in Phys Mental Injury.
6/11/07
Hanson, Jennifer Nicole;
Female; 25; 4292 Elvis
Presley Dr, Milton; Drugs-
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription (4 cts.),
Marijuana Possess Not More


Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
6/11/07
Seachrist, Kyle Stephen;'
Male; 16; 5334 Short Tr,
Milton; Burgl Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed (2 cts.), Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000 (2 cts.), Larc-Grand
of Firearm, 6/11/07
Bodiford, Thomas R.;
Male; 54; 5025 East Lake
Rd, Milton; DUI. 6/11/07
Long, Diana Lane;
Female; 54; 701 Turnberry
CV Niceville; DUI. 6/10/07
Sullivan, Bobby Gene;
Male; 27; 4124 Ward Basin
Rd, Milton; Cruelty Toward
Child Aggravated Abuse.
6/12/07
Boothe, Keith Allen;
Male; 34; 5372 Mulat Rd,
Milton; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense, Stolen Prop-
Dealing in Stolen Property.
6/12/07
Fagot, Jr., Godfrey Tom;
Male; 37; 9116 Single Tree
Dr, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/12/07
Montgomery, Stephen
Lamar; Male; 27; 2262
White Pines Dr, Pensacola;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/12/07
Patrick, Paul Alexander;
Male; 21; 4607 Black Oak
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/12/07
Paulk, Donald Ray;
Male; 37; 5667 Crestwood
Dr, Milton; Aggrav Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability (domestic vio-
lence), Narcotic Equip-
Possess And or Use. 6/11/07
Embler, David Ray;
Male; 25; 2332 Prytania
Circle, Navarre; Fraud-Fail
Redeliv Hired Leased Prop
$300 or Over. 6/13/07
Ethier, Sean Evan; Male;
21; 303 St. Andrews Dr,
Niceville; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense,
Contempt of Court. 6/13/07
Fulmer, Perry Russell;
Male; 29; 3204 Notre Dame
Dr, Gulf Breeze; Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm,
Damage Prop-Criminal
Mischief $200 and Under,
Burgl W/ Asslt or Batt.
6/13/07
Gafford, Billy Joe; Male;
40; 6845 Trail Ride South,
Milton; Aggravated Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability (domestic vio-
lence). 6/13/07
Gardner, Michael A;
male; 19; 8166 Country Bay
Blvd, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 6/13/07
Sadler, Sean Philip;
Male; 19; 1939 Edgewood
Dr, Navarre; Probation


Missing man sought


Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Office investigators are ask-
ing for the public's help in
locating a missing/endan-
gered adult.
Hayne McMichael, a
black male, 47, was last seen
on June 13, by his wife at
their Navarre home.
Officials say when his
wife went out to the store
and returned, McMichael
was gone.
McMichael took a few
personal items with him,
along with his Bible.
The last phone call that
was made from the resi-


dence was to a local taxi
company.
It is believed that
McMichael is entered as a
missing and endangered
adult and relatives and the
Sheriff's Office are con-
cerned for his well being.
Anyone with information
concerning his whereabouts,
or anyone having seen him,
is asked to call Sheriff's
Office investigators at 983-
1296.
Over the weekend and
nights, please call Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Officials
(850) 983-1100.


Hayne McMichael


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Violation-Felony. 6/13/07
Savage, Cornelius Louis;
Male; 31; 750 Cooley Rd,
Cantonment; Carrying
Concealed Weapon-Firearm.
6/13/07
Short, Elizabeth Arlene;
Female; 29; 224 Night Court
Ave, Bessemer, AL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/13/07
Townsend, Melisa
Midori; Female; 30; 5731
Meadow Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
6/13/07
Hohenberger, Derek
Scott; Male; 23; 7221 Putters
Lane, Milton; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
6/13/07
Lippwe, Everly Scott;
Male; 16; 7830 Marlette Dr,
Milton; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But less Than
$5,000, Larc-Grand Theft
$5,000 or More Less Than
$10,000. 6/13/07
Quinnell, Stacy Lee;
Female; 31; 6436 Flagler
Dr., Gulf Breeze; DUI,
Refuse to submit to DUI
Test. 6/13/07
Robbins, Anita
Stoddard; Female; 56; 5706
new Bridge Castle Circle,
Milton; DUI. 6/12/07
Baker Jr., James Lonnie;
Male; 35; 3741 Legend
Creek Dr, Pace; Kidnap
Minor-Interfere With
Custody, Sex Asslt By 24
YOA Older Sex Batt Victim
16 or 17 YOA (2 cts.),
Contributing Delinq Minor
Or Dependency of. 6/14/07
Gramm, Latonya Marie;
Female; 23; 199 Miller Dr,
Milton; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft is
$300 Or More But Less Than
$5,000. 6/14/07
Harris, Joshua Steven;
Male; 19; 4391 Pace Ln,
Pace; Homicide-Neglig
Mansl-Veh DUI Cause
Death to Any Human (2 cts.),
DUI and Serious Bodily
Injury to Another (2 cts.).
6/13/07
Howard, Darrius
Diviase; Male; 20; 1151
North Webster Dr,
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 6/14/07'
Lee,"' April Michelle;
Female; 28; 3741 Legend
Creek Dr, Pace; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
6/13/07
Stokes, Daniel Ray;
Male; 26; 199 Miller Rd,
Milton; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling,
Unarmed No Assltt/Batt,
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
6/14/07


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Business Review

Mainstreet Cafe & Courtyard Bar is one of the www.srpressgazette.com

most unique and interesting places in Milton . ,, , ....


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain @srpressgazette.com
Move over, Four
Seasons! Back off,
SFlorabama!
With its fine food and
increasingly popular live
entertainment each week,
:Milton's award-winning
:Mainstreet Cafe & Courtyard
'Bar is getting most all the
'attention these days. In fact it
has already become one of
'the most popular "in-places"
,around Central Santa Rosa
.County for a smart and satis-
fying business lunch or a
'laid-back evening of dining
out.
Ambience is the key to
:the Mainstreet Cafe &
Courtyard Bar's unique
,appeal, according to owner
Cassandra Sharp, whose
plans from the start were to
.make the surroundings com-
fortable and relaxing, and the
,menu selections exciting and
memorable.
She has successfully
achieved both.
And it all takes place at
6820 Caroline Street in his-
toric downtown Milton.
But the good fortune
Cassandra has realized in
making the place so memo-
rable didn't fall into place
overnight. It took a great deal
of research, planning, and a
whole lot of energy and per-
severance!
Billed as a place "where
neighbors meet," the
*Mainstreet Cafe & Courtyard
SBar is part of a larger vision
Cassandra has had for a long
,time of bringing people back
downtown and having them
,experience and enjoy the
essence of the city.
"Actually the idea of an
outdoor cafe came about after
I had purchased the historic


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Cassandra Sharp has cultivated one of the most interesting and
unique concepts in food preparation and service anywhere in
town with her Mainstreet Cafe and Courtyard Bar that seats 17
inside and up to 50 on the terrace. The food is good, and beer
and wine are served in the Courtyard Bar where there's priva-
cy and a sense of intimacy. Visit once, and you'll be going back
again.
Photo by Obie Crain.


post office building,"
Cassandra said.
"I knew it was going to
take some time to get moved
into that building because we
were very interested in the
historic preservation of it,"
she explained, thus revealing
that the cafe and courtyard
bar were just incidental "hap-
penings" after the old down-
town post office building was
acquired.
She indicated she had
always had a yen to dabble in
the restaurant business,
"...and this became a prime
way of achieving that." She
decided it was just a small
enough project that she could
experiment with.
Well, its .. success has


proven her to be up to the
task.
Coming to Milton and
participating in the revitaliza-
tion of the downtown area
were goals, but dreams, early
on, she said. "I knew what I
wanted to bring to Milton,
but I wasn't sure if Milton
was interested in what I
wanted to bring."
After acquiring the post
office building across the
street from the Mainstreet
Cafe & Courtyard Bar, she
started to put her ideas into
play. The present location
had been a deli earlier, but
didn't reopen after Hurricane
Ivan. The outside seating was
an intriguing idea, and
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Llam Johnson, 11, watches to see if his shot went into the
basket. Johnson is one of several participants of the Harmony in
the Streets camp, taking place at East Milton Park, that began
on Monday and is continuing until Thursday. The camp, which
was started by The Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, is providing
the free weeklong day camp that allows children to participate
in various outdoor activities and develop positive esteem. The
camp also provides an opportunity for the youth to interact
with local law enforcement officers.
Press Gazette photo by Chris McDonnell


ANNOUNCEMENT

Dr. Lelia Montes will be closing her practice on July 30, 2007.

All patients and records are being endorsed to Dr. Luis Ghiglino,

a Board Certified Pediatrician. If you prefer to get your records,

contact the office before July 30, 2007 at:

5962 Berryhill Road, Milton, FL 32570

850-623-0124 During Office Hours


NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE
AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE
The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners
will conduct public hearings to consider a change of land use and/or rezoning of land
areas depicted on the maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled
as follows:
Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation on the proposals):
Thursday, August 9, 2007 at 6:00 p.m.
Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the ordinance):
Thursday, August 23, 2007 at 6:00 p.m.
Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County Administrative Center in the
Board Meeting Room, 6495 Caroline Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings,
the Local Planning Board and Board of County Commissioners shall consider the
ordinance entitled:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA;
AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; AMENDING SEC-
TIONS 2.04.03 and 2.08.00; PROVIDING A TEXT AMENDMENT ON
NOTIFICATION TO PROPERTY OWNERS IN THE RURAL PROTEC-
TION ZONE AS IDENTIFIED IN THE RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
FOR REZONINGS, LAND USE AMENDMENTS AND BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT CASES; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA;
AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS AMENDED; CHANGING THE ZON-
ING DISTRICTS AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; APPROV-
ING THE AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED
MAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE
LAND USE MAP OF THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN; CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS DEPICTED
IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Zoning District Amended: from AG Zoning District Amended: from AG
(Agriculture District) to M2 (General (Agriculture District) to P2 (Active
Industrial District) - total approximate- Park District) - total approximately
ly 9.98 (+1-) acres. 27.98 (+/-) acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended:
from Agriculture to Industrial


Zoning District Amended: from R1
(Single Family Residential District) to
R2 (Medium Density Residential
District) - total approximately 7.25 (+/-)
acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended:
from Single Family Residential to
Medium Density Residential



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Zoning District Amended: from R1
(Single Family Residential District) to
R2 (Medium Density Residential.
District) - total approximately 79.86
(+/-) acres.


The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the public prior to the above scheduled meetings at
the Santa Rosa County Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida. Interested parties
may appear at the meetings and be heard with respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested parties
should take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissioners with respect to any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their individual
responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they are appealing exists and for such purpose they will
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record shall include the testimony
and the evidence upon which their appeal is to be based.
Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act and will make reasonable modifications for
access to this meeting upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning and Development
Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to make a request. For Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to provide the request-
ed service.


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Garden Club holding 'Coffee and Tea'


The Summer "break" is
almost over and like many
clubs and schools the Milton
Garden Club members are tak-
ing off their garden work
gloves and putting aside their
shovels and picks in prepara-
tion for their annual
"Welcome Back Coffee
&Tea"!
All garden enthusiasts,
(ladies and gentlemen alike)
are -invited to the Milton
Garden Center on 5256
Alabama Street on August
23rd at 10am-12 noon.
This friendly fun filled
free event sponsored by the
Milton Garden Club wel-
comes back its members 'fid
guests to kick off another gar-


den club year!
2007-2008 Garden Club
year promises to overflow
with many educational pro-
grams, field trips, communi-
ty beautification goals, and
special event projects while
growing and nurturing new
and old friendships along
with your personal gardens.
As a side benefit, many
have improved their baking
and cooking just by associa-
tion and involvement with
the club.
Historically, the commu-
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having some of the best tast-
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cmcdonnell @srpressgazette.co

A team of assessors from
the Commission for Florida
Law Enforcement
Accreditation (CFA) arrived
on Tuesday to examine all
aspects of the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office policies,
procedures, management,
operations, and support serv-
ices.
In order to keep their
accredited status, the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Office has to
comply with approximately
254 standards.
The Accreditation
Program Manager for the
Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office
is Lieutenant Patrick Vega.
Lieutenant Vega says the
assessment team is com-
posed of law enforcement
practitioners from similar
agencies. The assessors will
review written materials;
interview individuals; and
visit offices and other places
where compliance can be
witnessed.
Once the Commission's
assessors complete their
review of the agency, they


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Family Residential District) - total
approximately 54.17 (+/-) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from R1
(Single Family Residential District)
to R2 (Medium Density Residential
District) - total approximately .52
(+/-) acres.


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report back to the full
Commission, which will
then decide if the agency. is
to keep their accredited sta-
tus.
The accreditation
process covers a three-year
time frame and is voluntary.
Verification that the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Office meets
the Commission's standards
is completed by the on-site
assessment team.
Sheriff Wendell Hall
says "accreditation is a high-
ly prized recognition of law
enforcement professional
excellence and is proud to be
a part of this process."


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Target is opening Wednesday www.srpressgazette.com


By CHRIS MCDONNELL

Wednesday, Pace and
Milton residents will have the
chance to shop at the bull's
eye that is known as the
Target shopping center.
The store will be open at
8 a.m. and will be open for
normal business hours.
Monday-Friday hours are 8
a.m.-10 p.m., and Sunday
from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. A grand
opening will be on Sunday.
"We are doing our last
minute changes right now,
getting everything stocked
and finished....excited about
opening," says Carla Rhodes,
Manager of the new Target.
According to Rhodes,
they are staffed right now, but
in October they will be hiring
for Christmas help.
Although the store is not
a "Super Target," it is similar
to the 9 Mile Road store in
Pensacola and will include a
pharmacy, shelve more gro-
ceries, Starbucks, and Pizza
Hut.
The Target store has a
back to school area for ele-
mentary, middle, and college
students, and also a "electron-
ics" boat prototype that has
been out for less than a year.
The new layout is very guest-
friendly in that the camera
displays are out. Also, the
electronic display is in the
back of the store, unlike other
stores where it is in the cor-
ner.
In a recent article about
the store, Rhodes says, "It's


challenging. Opening a new
store is always fun because
it's a big operation, the num-
ber of people, the task before
the opening. And because it's
a pretty, new store."
Rhodes managed the 9
Mile Road store for six and a
half years before moving to
the new Pace store.
Confirmed out-parcels
include a Chili's Restaurant,
Sonny's Barbeque, and at
least one other facility.
Target's first store opened
in Roseville, Minnesota in
1962. Its on-trend merchan-
dise at affordable prices
launched a new era in dis-


count retailing. That "T-1"
store is described by Target
officials as having been "easy
to shop, attractive and always
clean. It served as the proto-
type for every Target store
opened since."
Today, Target operates
more than 1,300 stores in 47
states including 140 Super
Target stores, which add an
upscale grocery shopping
experience. Super Targets
also include an in-store bak-
ery, deli, meat and produce
sections.
The company says it
stays active in supporting the
communities in which its


Watch those red lights -

the police are watching you


Santa Rosa Sheriff's offi-
cials announced their depart-
ment will join the Florida
Department of
Transportation (FDOT) and
Law Enforcement Agencies
across Florida and the Nation
to raise awareness of the dan-
gers of running red lights
during National Stop on Red
Week, August 4 - 11.
"Unfortunately, Florida
ranks near the top of the list
of states for crashes and a
third of those are caused by
running red lights."
Police say they hear all
kinds of excuses, such as "the
light was still yellow' or 'I


couldn't stop the car in time.'
But there in no excuse for
running a red light.
According to the
Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles, in
2005 the last year for which
statistics are available, there
were 96 fatalities and 6,300
injuries in Florida as a result
of people running red lights.
During the Enforcement
Wave August 4 - 11 the Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Office will
heighten enforcement efforts
on motorist running red lights
in an effort to make the road-
ways of Santa Rosa County a
safer place to travel.


Body found floating identified as Navarre man


Police announced
Sunday they were seeking the
public's help in identifying a
man whose body was found
floating in the Santa Rosa
Sound.
A fisherman found a
Navarre man's body floating
in the Santa Rosa Sound on
Sunday.


By Monday, the man had
been identified as Patrick
Hughes, 52, Navarre.
Officials say Hughes was
found Sunday morning. His
boat wasn't found until
Sunday night. Investigators
said his description did not
match any missing person
reported in the area.


Officials say no the body
showed no obvious signs of
foul play. An autopsy was
planned Monday.
The man's boat was found
just after 6 p.m. Sunday, giv-
ing them the first clue to his
possible identity.
His cause of death has not
yet been reelased.


stores are located. Recently,
for example, Forbes
Magazine named Target as
the "Most Charitable
Company."
The red Target -bull's
eye" is said to be the third
most recognizable logo-
behind the Apple Computer
Apple and the Nike
"swoosh."




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Hospice today was named a'
Circle of Life Award�
Winner. Covenant Hospice
was recognized for its innova-
tive program that improves the
care of patients near the end of
life or with life-threatening
conditions.
The Circle of Life Award
celebrates programs across the
nation that have made great
strides in palliative and end-
of-life care. The awards are
supported by the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation in
Princeton, N.J and are spon-
sored by the American
Hospital Association, the
American Association of
Homes and Services for the
Aging, the American Medical
Association and the National
Hospice and Palliative Care
Organization. Covenant
Hospice is one of eight organ-
izations honored this year by
the Circle of Life Award
Program.


Covenant Hospice, a not-
for-profit organization, cur-
rently serves 35 counties
throughout South Alabama,
Northwest Florida and the Big
Bend area of Florida. In 2006,
Covenant served 5,526 termi-
nally ill patients and their fam-
ilies.
Covenant Hospice was
chosen by a selection commit-
tee made up of leaders from
medicine, nursing, social
work, and health administra-
tion. The committee focused
on innovative programs that
respect patient goals and pref-
erences, provide comprehen-
sive care, acknowledge and
address the family or care-
givers' concerns and needs,
and build systems and mecha-
nisms of support to continue
the program for future patients
and caregivers.
"It's a privilege to be rec-
ognized for the work and ideas
we feel are so important to our
community. This is an award


for everyone involved with
Covenant Hospice, and we
hope the success of our pro-
gram helps inspire others in
this area," said Dale 0. Knee,
President & CEO of Covenant
Hospice. This is the eighth
year for the Circle of Life
Award. For more information
on the Circle of Life Award,
visit www.aha.org/circleoflife.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization
dedicated to providing com-
prehensive, compassionate
services to patients and loved
ones during times of life-limit-
ing illnesses. The focus of
Covenant Hospice is to enable
its patients to live as fully and
comfortably as possible, to
provide dignified palliative
care, to assist patients' loved
ones in coping with end-of-
life issues and the eventual
death of the patient, and to
improve care for all patients at
the end of their lives by exam-
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6A Wednesday - July 25, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEWPOINT



DUI education



is elementary


There have been billboards showing the faces of young people who have
been killed right here in Santa Rosa County displayed high above our high-
ways, reminders to everyone driving by of what can happen when someone
drinks and gets behind the wheel of a vehicle.
National television ad campaigns show family videos of happy, smiling
faces living normal lives. Then the picture fades away and the date of their
death, caused by a drunk driver, fades onto the screen.
Stories abound about drunk drivers and the effects they've had on the lives
of others. From Grimditch to Harris, now the Brocks...yet it just keeps happen-
ing.
Everyone has heard it.
Don't drink and drive.
What else can we do to make teenagers and adults aware of the dangers?
Maybe we should start a lot earlier in alcohol and drug education.
It may sound harsh to even suggest we begin educating children under the
age of 10 in the evils of drinking and driving. There are those who would say
students that age have enough to do in leading to read and write.
But the truth is, there are three young children in this county who have lost
one of their parents to drunk driving - all in the past calendar month.
This adult activity that they shouldn't even know about affects their lives in
the most personal way.
Shana Sanders and Jessica Brock will never see their children's first day of
kindergarten. They will not have any more children. They will not see
Christmas this year with their children. There will be no more birthdays.
Their children are little and don't understand why Mommy didn't come
home. Eventually, the kids will adjust and depending upon how the remaining
family members handle it, they will grow up knowing what happened, or they
won't.
Either way, it's a done deal.
For absolutely no reason.
So senseless.
Drunk drivers get behind the wheel because they are drunk.
Prevention must begin with instilling the belief it could happen to them.
People who drink need to hand their vehicle keys over to someone who does
not long before the first alcohol touches their lips.
'Designated driver' needs to be changed to 'keeper of the keys'.
But convincing anyone they may not be in control of their faculties later in
the evening is difficult.
Telling a man he could end up causing his wife's death...is not something
he wants to hear. As a matter of fact, it sounds pretty outrageous today, sitting
here with the newspaper in frcrt of us, reading this editorial.
But it happened.
Joshua Harris, according to the Florida Highway Patrol, took the lives of
Shana Sanders and Pearl Davis by driving drunk.
Beverly Grimditch is in prison because she didn't find a "keeper of the
keys".
So if we can't seem to convince the teens, who aren't supposed to be drink-
ing at all, and the adults to hand their keys over to someone else if they plan to
consume alcohol, then maybe we need to tell. the 10-year-olds. Fifth grade
drinking and driving education, before they even step one foot into middle
school may be the way to go.
And continue the education. Get more real as they get older and can handle
the video, and testimony from people right here in our community about what
driving under the influence did to their lives.
Maybe we hear the victim's families tell young people what it was like to
get the phone call.
Or perhaps firefighters and paramedics could visit the classroom and
describe, from a professional, but human point of view, what they saw...how
hard it was to find the body at the crash site.
And maybe we drag those who caused these accidents out from behind
prison walls every now and then to speak to auditoriums full of teenage drivers.
For impact, let's project, on a screen, the faces of Santa Rosa County residents
killed by drunk drivers.
It's time to stop pulling the punches.
Soft-sell has not worked.
Education at the adult level has not worked.
It's time to tell the future drunk drivers of this world what can happen long
before they have their license.
We don't want anymore DUI headlines.


Vol. 100, Number 33
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MINORITY VIEWPOINT


Health Care: Government vs.


Sometimes the advocates of
socialized medicine claim that
health care is too important to be
left to the market. That's why
some politicians are calling for us
to adopt health care systems such
as those in Canada, the United
Kingdom and other European
nations. But the suggestion that
we'd be better served with more
government control doesn't even
pass a simple smell test.
Do we want the government
employees who run the troubled
Walter Reed Army Medical Center
to be in charge of our entire health
care system? Or, would you like
the people who deliver our mail to
also deliver health care services?
How would you like the people
who run the motor vehicles
department, the government edu-
cation system, foreign intelligence
and other government agencies to
also run our health care system?
After all, they are not motivated by
the quest for profits, and that
might mean they're truly wonder-
ful, selfless, caring people.
As for me, I'd choose profit-
driven people to provide my health
care services, people with motives
like those who deliver goods to my
supermarket, deliver my overnight
mail, produce my computer and
software programs, assemble my
car and produce a host of other
goods and services that I use.
There's absolutely no mystery
why our greatest complaints are in
the arena of government-delivered
services and the fewest in market-
delivered services. In the market,
there are the ruthless forces of
profit, loss and bankruptcy that
make producers accountable to us.


In the arena of government-deliv-
ered services, there's no such
accountability. For example, gov-
ernment schools can go for
decades delivering low-quality
services, and what's the result?
The people who manage it earn
higher pay. It's nearly impossible
to fire the incompetents. And, tax-
payers, who support the service,
are given higher tax bills.
Our health care system is ham-
pered by government intervention,
and the solution is not more gov-
ernment intervention but less. The
tax treatment of health insurance,
where premiums are deducted
from employees' pre-tax income,
explains why so many of us rely on
our employers to select and pay for
health insurance. Since there is a
third-party payer, we have little
incentive to shop around and wise-
ly use health services.
There are "guaranteed issue"
laws that require insurance compa-
nies to sell health insurance to any
person seeking it. So why not wait
until you're sick before purchasing
insurance? Guaranteed issue laws
make about as much sense as if
you left your house uninsured until
you had a fire, and then purchased
insurance to cover the damage.
Guaranteed issue laws raise insur-
ance premiums for all. Then there
are government price controls,
such as the reimbursement
schemes for Medicaid. As a result,
an increasing number of doctors
are unwilling to treat Medicaid
patients.
Before we buy into single-
payer health care systems like
Canada's and the United
Kingdom's, we might want to do a


Private


bit of research. The Vancouver,
British Columbia-based Fraser
Institute annually publishes
"Waiting Your Turn." Its 2006 edi-
tion gives waiting times, by treat-
ments, from a person's referral by
a general practitioner to treatment
by a specialist. The shortest wait-
ing time was for oncology (4.9
weeks). The longest waiting time
was for orthopedic surgery (40.3
weeks), followed by plastic sur-
gery (35.4 weeks) and neuro-
surgery (31.7 weeks).
As reported in the June 28
National Center for Policy
Analysis' "Daily Policy Digest,"
Britain's Department of Health
recently acknowledged that one in
eight patients waits more than a
year for surgery. France's failed
health care system resulted in the
deaths of 13,000 people, mostly of
dehydration, during the heat spell
of 2003. Hospitals stopped
answering the phones, and ambu-
lance attendants told people to
fend for themselves.
I don't think most Americans
would like more socialized medi-
cine in our country. By the way, I
have absolutely no problem with
people wanting socialism. My
problem is when they want to drag
me into it.
Walter E. Williams is a profes-
sor of economics at George Mason
University. To find out more about
Walter E. Williams and read fea-
tures by other Creators Syndicate
writers and cartoonists, visit the
Creators Syndicate Web page at
www.creators.com.

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printed July 21, 2007 contained
errors. This corrected version is
what Mr. Raymond E. Johns
says he 'intended. We apologize
for the inconvenience.

FM: Raymond E, Johns
Milton

Dear Mr. Editor

Some parents still think that
it's so adorable to let their dress-
up and play Harry Potter.
Some of them think that
there's nothing wrong with it, but
guess what?
It is a form of abuse called
spiritual abuse.
And over an over jelly back
men don't step up to the plate,
and take control of their chil-
dren's life.
And what they enact with
almost everytime Harry Potter
comes out things start happing at
our grave yards. and on the other
hand, I don't think that the folks
believe we have a problem with


what is going on with the children.
Some will say, oh they're just being
kids.
And they're right to some
degree, because alot of them are
acting just like hard headed goats -
free will, outta control, disrespect-
ful, ungodly, hellers, and the only
hope for them IS JESUS.
If any parent thinks that their
child don't need the Lord in their
livelihood is a parent who don't
need children, but horn headed
kids.
Some of the parents will let
their children encounter Harry
Potter books, and movies, but fail to
realize that their child's soul is at
hand for Satan, because some are
unknownly enabling to much
demonic depredate on their chil-
/ dren by letting them do everything
their little hearts desire, but God's
will.
And any church who thinks that
Harry Potter is ok for children is a
church not to be recognized by
God.


Raymond E. Johns


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Tuesday, 9:15 a.m.
Hi, this is J.W. I was wonder-
ing if a storm shelter like the cou-
ple in Pace has...would accommo-
date an elderly lady and her walk-
er. Just wondering.


From email:
Whoever writes your want ads
might want to look up the mean-
ing of excepted and accepted. 2
ads have been in at least 3 editions
of the paper using the wrong
word! 1 about a hunting club and
1 about dogs.

Monday, 10:15 p.m.
Are people allowed to water
their grass with sprinklers when
it's raining? Even businesses are
doing this. I know they are proba-
bly on timers, but still it's a waste.
They'll be crying when we end up
in another drought and we have
water restrictions. It looks stupid
when it's raining and the sprin-
klers are on. Thank you.


Monday, 7:36 p.m.
I was just wondering if anyone
else sees how Habitat for Humanity
houses are built in high crime
neighborhoods? Even if you get a
house you can afford, you can't go
outside because people are selling
drugs and beating people up.

Sunday, 3:13 p.m.
Milton City is making a lot of
money because they don't send
final notices out on their water bills.
It costs $30 to get your water
turned back on and if you are at
work all day and don't know your
water is off until you get home, you
are out of water for the night. All
you get is a bill and it says they can
shut you off if you are late, but
there doesn't seem to be any rhyme
or reason for how they decide.
Someone should look into this.
Thank you. This is Jennifer.


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


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taken. You are invited to relax
and give the chef time to
properly prepare your meal.
"We have definitely made
an impact on the choices of
foods that are available in
town," Cassandra said of her
menu. "We have certainly
raised the bar and believe
we've done our part to open
people up to new things."
Most things on the menu
are made in-house, and you
won't be served precooked,
frozen entrees.
Every effort is made,
Cassandra said, to use locally
grown fruits and vegetables
"from right here in Santa
Rosa County" for the table
rather than those shipped
from afar.
"That's another part of
the secret that makes our
foot so wholesome and appe-
tizing," she said. -And ,of.
course they cater. The num-
ber to call for service or
information is (850) 626-
3376.
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honor of being an award win-
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JoLynn, "because we'd helped
take care of my mother who
had end stage renal kidney
disease and needed a kidney.
Travis decided to be an organ
donor the day he received his
driver's license."

CAFE
Continued from page one
enlarging its capacity seemed
like a good idea. So work
began, and the facility
opened in June of 2005.
At first people didn't take
to the idea of outside seating,
but eventually it became one
of the most popular features
the business offered.
Although the Courtyard
Bar is not a full service bar, it
serves beer and wine, and
offers an environment of pri-
vacy that's hardly to be found
anywhere else in town.
The lunch menu features
a variety of wraps, paninis,
sandwiches, pizzas, salads,
appetizers, soups and combi-
nations, and desserts. Many
of the offerings are signature
items such as the Mainstreet
wrap with herbed garlic tor-
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Frank "BUCK" Weaver
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A native North Carolinian, Buck Weaver devoted a "'h'ir,. year
career to Navy Recreation, the physical and mental well being of
student aviators and support personnel. His personal accomplish-
ments are numerous and impressive.

Prior to his association with the Navy he played professional
baseball in the farm systems of the St. Louis Cardinals, Cleveland
Indians and the Washington Senators.

Early in his Navy career he established he established a physical
training program for convalescent patients in naval hospitals. This
concept is still utilized today through numerous ,,ilit, ,'i. veteran,
and civilian hospital therapeutic recreation programs. His person-
al associations throughout the years include two of his team mates
while in the navy, Ted Williams and the former Chicago Cubs
manager Herman Franks.


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legend. Many flight students who participated in his programs were flag rank officers and are now retired.
In 1961, Weaver was named director for "Special Services" at Whiting Field which became known as having
one of the best special services of any base in the Navy. Examples of services offered were the 18 hole golf
course, physical fitness training center; hobby shop, navy boat docks, bowling alley and many more.
In addition to his full time career at Whiting Field "BUCK" was instrumental in developing many community
activities with the City of Milton such as Little League Baseball leagues. He has received numerous community
awards from the City of Milton, the meritorious Civilian Service Award and also recognition by the Santa Rosa
Chamber of Commerce.
Buck retired in July of 1979 with the dedication of the Frank "Buck" Weaver Recreation Facility at Whiting
Field.
He still resides in Milton with his wife Dixie and soon will celebrate his 94th birthday on July 31st.

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JoLynn says it was a "no
brainer" for Travis to make the
decision because of his giving
nature. She had to sign a
release form for him to be a
donor because of his age.
"We discussed the issue
of being on the "flip side" of
organ donation and it was a
conscious decision," she says,


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desserts that are also items to
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Moving on to the dinner
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Hey, that's just something
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But we never thought it
would ever matter. When he
asked, 'why is it an issue for
me to do this if this is what we
believe? Why wouldn't we
give (our organs) to someone
else?' I had to agree."
Kimberly Schaffer, sis-
ter to Travis, says he decided
to be an organ donor because
he was the kind of person to
give everything and if their
grandmother didn't need a
transplant he still would have
made the decision.
JoLynn says her family is
close. Travis was home
schooled until 9th grade.
JoLynn and his father Doug
chose to home school their
children early on.
"We made that decision
because we wanted to do life
as a family," says JoLynn.
They placed Travis at Baker
High School his freshman
year. The family says he did
extremely well in public
school and made many
friends.
"That's just how he
was," says Schaffer. "He was
a very thoughtful person, did-
n't hold a grudge, and knew


how to be a trien."
Travis was the second
child out of five in the
People's family, and the only
boy.
Schaffer says he was the
defender of his sisters and
their hero.
Trying football for the
first time at BHS, Peoples
excelled at the sport.
Bob Kellogg, Baker's
football coach said of Peoples
in November, "Travis has been
a big surprise to us. We feel
like some people are just bom
linebackers and have an
instinct for the ball and a feel
for the game. That's what
Travis does."
Peoples emerged as the
most productive player for the
high school last year.
His teammates named
him "Peeps."
The funeral ceremony for
Travis will be held Thursday
at Woodlawn Baptist in
Crestview at 2 p.m.
In lieu of sending flow-
ers, donations can be made to
Pen Air Credit Union and
Okaloosa Teacher's Federal
Credit Union.



Program and Small Business
of the Year by the state-level
Florida Main Street Program.
It also enjoys the designation
of being named Small
Business of the Month by the
Chamber of Commerce.
Part of a larger surprise is
that Cassandra is planning to
remodel and move into the
old downtown post office
building right across the
street.
Purchasing the building
was accomplished with the
idea that people should
"experience" it from the
inside and enjoy it as the his-
toric and cultural treasure
that it is, Cassandra said.
Making it into offices or
remodeling it for other pur-
poses would hardly accom-
plish this goal, she said, so
she's making plans "t6 move
.,people in!
The Mainstreet Cafe &
Courtyard Bar is open for
lunch from 11 a.m to 2:30
p.m. Monday through
Saturday and for dinner
Tuesday through Saturday
from 5 p.m. Dinner hours end
at 9 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Wednesday and at 10 p.m.
on Thursday, Fridays, and
Saturday.
Closing hours are some-
what flexible though, and
may be extended if "...every-
one's having a great time!"
Visit and see for yourself
what a unique place it has
turned out to be in historic
downtown Milton.
It's "where neighbors
meet!"
So don't be surprised if
you see your next door neigh-
bor a few tables down!


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care support services to indi-
viduals or families when and
where it's needed. And it's
available on either a long or
short term basis.

The local Granny
Nannies home health care
agency franchise is privately
owned and operated by
Dorothy M. Myers and Lynda
R Hyland in Pace.
Established at 4000 Highway
90. Suite G, its offices are
convenient and accessible.

Dorothy is the adminis-
trative specialist while her
daughter, Lynda is more
experienced in human
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command the longevity in
their fields that translates into
seamless service they feel
their clients are entitled to.

Dorothy's years of serv-
ice in the corporate offices in
Orlando make her a key play-
er in administering services,
while Lynda moves more
productively in dealing with
the agency's staffing. For
many years she served in a
public administration capaci-
ty to the Louisiana Attorney
General in New Orleans.

So you see, the balance of
experience in areas of
responsibility between the
two owners makes Granny
Nannies your passport to
highly qualified personal
caregivers' services available


\\ hen and where you need
them front people experi-
cnced and qualified to do
their jobs.

As a home health agency
Granny Nannies was founded
more than a decade and a hall
ago by Rob and Kirsten
Hodgson who felt they need-
ed help with their own per-
sonal situation. They were
faced with the responsibility
of finding quality, trustwor-
thy, reliable, and affordable
caregivers for Rob's grand-
mother, Esther Dowding, in
her own Central Florida
home.

Feeling that there must
undoubtedly be others facing
the same dilemma, Rob and
Kirsten took matters into
their own hands, so to speak,
and set out to solve those
problems, not only for them-
selves but for others faced
with the same such circum-
stances.

As a result Granny
Nannies of North America
was established, and from
there, the success they antici-
pated flowered. The founders
not only solved their own
problem, but set into motion
an organization that has been
of, immense help to others
across the country.

Would you believe
Esther, who has really to be
credited with the whole, ini-
tial establishment, continues
to reap the benefit of her care
and companionship from a
nanny at the reputable age of
103? There's no doubt that
she alone is perhaps one of
the most worthwhile exam-
ples of the impact and effec-
tiveness of the organization.


The services offered by
the local Granny Nannies
agency arc tailored to indi-
vidual requirements, and can
be administered on a few
hours per day or around the
clock basis and is available in
the comfort of your own
home or in any other alterna-
tive facility. As Dorothy
explains. "Our highly quali-
fied personal caregivers are
available 24 hours a day,
seven days a week, and can
provide both basic assistance
and total care."

Basic assistance includes
such services as meal prepa-
ration, errands and shopping,
doctors' appointments, med-
ication reminders, light
housekeeping, general super-
vision, companionship, and a
range of motion exercises.

Total care involves more
activities, including bathing,
toileting, and grooming.
Turning and transferring,
feeding, respite, Registered
Nurse case managers, and
dressing and basic assistance
services are also included in
the total care category.

And as a reputable,
licensed home health care
agency, Granny Nannies
recruits only trained Certified
Nurses Aides (CNAs) and
Home Health Aides (HHAs).
All caregivers are thoroughly
screened through stringent
checks of their credentials,
criminal background, refer-
ences, and physical condi-
tion, Lynda pointed out.

But that's not the end of
it. "They must display the
kindness and compassion
needed to care for others,"
Lynda emphasized. "And our


Registered Nurse case man-
agers make home visits to
assess the quality of care
being given and the patient's
condition."

Supervisors are on call
after work hours and on
weekends to respond to the
patient's needs around the
clock, seven days a week.

Granny Nannies recog-
nizes the importance, of their
commitment to their clients
and sets forth the exact
perimeters of what their spe-
cific care involves. Each
client is provided with a spe-
cific outline of the exact
nature of each service a care-
giver is authorized to per-
form.

Granny Nannies is also
growing! The agency has
acquired a considerably larg-
er office space, widening
their physical space from 500
to 1200 square feet. They
have hired Staffing
Coordinator, Ms. Lynda
Laliberte-Smith to assist the
two principal owners-opera-
tors in various day to day
operations.

Dorothy advises that
other plans are also in the
works for a larger more in-
depth offering of health care
services. Currently a home
health agency, Granny
Nannies is expecting to
achieve the status of Nurse
Registry sometime this fall.

"We're looking forward
to the additional services that
such a designation will give
us," Dorothy said.

Services are very afford-
able and convenient, and


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Lynda R. Hyland (left) and Dorothy M. Myers, who
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their profession. They are committed to providing the
highest quality of compassionate care to clients seek-
ing independent living in the comfort of their own
homes or other suitable environments. And they would
like nothing better than to assist you! (Photo by Obie
Crain.)


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Give them a call at (850)
995-0599 at their local Pace
office. They take their com-


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can count on them to be there
for you when and where you
need them.

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Section B


As summer vacation winds to a close,

here's a last-minute checklist for parents
Sior bi ILISA LIDDANE and THERESA WALKER
Photo illu.lraiion by RICK HO
Freedom Ne%%s Service


u h-oh. The summer is almost over.
You know
what that means.
Back to school.
Despite what advertisers would have us think-
ing, getting the kids classroom-ready involves more than just
shopping for clothes and supplies.
To aid in your preparation, we put together a last-minute
checklist. If you've already done all these things, give yourself
a pat on the back. If you haven't, give yourself a push. The last
thing you want is to be tardy.

Medical
Has your child had a wellness visit to the doctor and den-
tist? Having those vision, hearing and blood pressure exams
done before school starts can help you determine any potential
problems that could affect your child's learning and safety.
Has she received all of her immunizations? If she has
missed some shots, a catch-up schedule for those who are at
least one month behind is available from the National
Immunization Program.
Have you filled out any forms that the school has sent
home, such as emergency-contact and health-information
forms?
Do the school nurse and your child's teacher know about
any medical conditions your child may have, particularly food
allergies, asthma, diabetes and any other conditions that may
need to be managed? Arrange with the school nurse to admin-
ister any medications your child might need on the first clay or
regularly throughout the school year.
Does your child know what to do if an emergency arises
such as an allergic reaction or a drop in blood-sugar levels?
Does your child's teacher know about any conditions that
may affect how your child learns, such as vision problems or
ADHD? Schedule a block of time to discuss these with the
teacher.
Resources:
www.mayoclinic.com/invoke.cfm ?id=FL00084
www.cdc.gov/nip/recs/child-schedule.htm#julydec

Safety
Does your child know which numbers to call in case of an
emergency?


Does your child have a properly fitted helmet for riding a
bike to school? Make sure the helmet does not sit too far back
on the head and that your child fastens the straps.
Have you talked to your child about how to safely cross
streets? Your child also should know never to cross the street
between cars or in front of a school bus.
Does your child have a safe route to and from school? Take
the time to map and check out the route.
Does your child have a friend or classmate to accompany
him/her to and from school?
If your child rides the school bus, do you know the loca-
tion of the bus stop and times your child is picked up and
dropped off?
Are booster seats in your car still age-appropriate?
Resources:
www.nsc.org/mem/youth/8_school .htm
www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/pubs/btsimage.html
www.aap.org/healthtopics/carseatsafety.cfm

Physical condition
Is your child's backpack appropriate for his/her size and
height, and is it lightweight? Make sure the backpack has com-
fortable, wide straps, a padded back, waist belt and compart-
ments. Your child should know to not overload the pack and to
place the heaviest items in the bottom, closest to the body.
Do your child's shoes still fit comfortably? Are the soles in
good condition? If not, have your child's feet measured at a
shoe store before buying new shoes. Check your child's feet
for ingrown nails, blisters, corns and bunions.
Does your child apply sunscreen with a minimum SPF of
15 before going to school? She needs sun protection, especial-
ly when playing outside during lunch.
Resource:
www.aap.org/advocacy/releases/augschool.htm

Nutrition
Does your child eat a healthy bi.-.,l f .,1 ' Make sure to have
healthy breakfast items, such as nonfat milk with cereal that
isn't loaded with sugar, fruit, whole wheat toast or whole
wheat waffles, easily available at home.
Does she have healthy snacks for school? Make a short list
of acceptable snacks and ask your child to choose from that
list. Use the opportunity as a teaching moment to teach why


these snacks are better than others.
If your child eats a hot lunch at school, do you have a copy
of the menu so you can discuss healthy choices?
Resources:
www.kidshealth.org/parent/nutritionfit/nutrition/lunch.ht
ml
www.kidshealth.org/parent/recipes/index.html
www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/5aday/recipes/index.htm

Transition
Are your children still on summer-vacation sleep mode?
Start getting them back to their normal bedtimes and morning
routines a week or so before they head back.
Have you taken your child to visit his or her new school to
see where things are and perhaps meet the teacher when things
are less hectic'? Call first to see if the teacher will be around.
Do you know the dress code at your child's school?
Guidelines may be posted on the school's or the school dis-
trict's Web site. Or call to see if there's a written copy.
Is your child more anxious than excited about returning to
the classroom? Find out what the worries might be. Sharing
your own stories of back-to-school butterflies can offer some
reassurance.
Do you have a regular homework routine established and
a designated place where it gets done? Remind them of the
ground rules. Make sure the work area is stocked with whatev-
er supplies they'll need.
Did you go over everything in tne information packets
schools typically send out? Mark important dates on your cal-
endar so you can plan ahead for baby sitters, time off from
work, or expenses for extracurricular activities.
Resources:
www.pta.org/parentinvolvement/bts/index.asp
www.naspcenter.org/parents/parents.html
www.aap.org/advocacy/rcleases/augschool.htm

Sources: ,.i ,ai..l Ith/Nemours Foundation, Mayo
Clinic, National Safety Council, Consumer Product Safety
Commission, American Academy of Pediatrics, Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention, National Library of
'.ki.di ;;. . ': ,,in i Institutes of Health


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Puzzles Help Kids Get
Back in the Swing of Things
Since the beginning of time, students,
educators and even parents have looked for-
ward to summer vacation. Kids go months
without homework, teachers get to recharge
their batteries, and parents get to spend
more time with their children.
However, once that extended break
reaches its inevitable end, nearly everyone
has to readjust. While kids dread the famil-
iar sound of their alarm clocks, teachers face
the uphill battle of reacclimating their stu-
dents to an academic mindset. For years,
schools have used tools such as summer
reading lists to encourage kids to keep their
minds sharp over the summer months.
However, such reading lists have largely
fallen by the wayside, leaving parents and
educators alike looking for ways to keep
kids sharp over long vacations.
"Parents need help to get a head .tart
locating new diversified products that chil-
dren will enjoy using while they increase
learning skills, enhance in-trucion and
expand creativity," says Dr. Stevanne
Auerbach (a.k.a. "Dr. Toy"), a childhood
development specialist and e'pert ii play,
toys, children's products, and education.
Over the yejar,.Auerba:h has found that
puzzles provide both the educational and
entertainment value that parents and educa-
tors alike are seeking in an effort to keep
their kids minds sharp.
Perhaps the biggest benefit of the puz-
zles is their value to children of all ages.
Regardless of the student's grade level, puz-
zles encourage critical thinking -kills,
patience and perseverance.
* Early education: Even if a child isn't
going "back" to school but rather just begin-
ning their life in academia, puzzles can be a
great way to give a child a head start.
Toddlers will learn to recognize shapes and
solve problems by matching the pieces.
o Elementary school: Elementary
school children are often exposed to puzzles
depending on their course of study. For
example, word puzzles are used to boost
vocabulary, while logic puzzles are often
used to foster arithmetic skills.
- Higher grades: Middle school and
even high school educators often use puz-
zles to challenge their students' skills in
n anh and sciences. Science experiments and
mechanical puzzles that emphasize building
and design help to foster a student's knowl-
edge of physics and geometry.


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Happy

65th

Anniversary!

Angelo & Marilyn
Zecokine are celebrating
their 65th wedding anniver-
sary on July 31. .
Angelo's ship (USS
Yorktown) was sunk during
World War II.
After the Battle of
Midway survivors were sent
to San Francisco, CA.
Angelo then mie Nlarilyn.
They met on Sunday, he pro-
posed on aN Monday and :., .
were married on Friday of
the sanic week. They have 3
i' i, : Gary of Milton,
Marilyn of Pensacola &
Guido . I I'exas.
They have many grand-
children, great grandchil-
dren, but only 3 great-great
grandchildren. A dinner will
be celebrated for family and
friends. Angelo is retired
from the U.S. Navy and Life
of Georgia Insurance
Company.


Wednesday-July 25, 2007


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Page 2-B


Mystery series
continues at
public library

You Never Know ...
what happens behind closed
doors. Or do you? Closed-
door mysteries remind us of
Victorian parlors with
bloodstains on the Oriental
rug and detectives painstak-
inaly assembling clues
using only their powers of
observation. And who is the
quintessential Victorian
detective?
Sherlock Holmes, of
course! If you are a student
in middle or high school,
come to the Sherlock
Holmes program on
Tuesday, July 31, at 6:30
p.m. at Milton or Navarre
Library or Thursday, August
2 at Jay or Gulf Breeze
Library at 6:30 p.m.
The program will fea-
ture a 25-minute Sherlock
Holmes film adaptation and
a trivia game to test your
knowledge of the greatest
detective of all, Sherlock
Holmes.
Before you come, brush
up on "all things Sherlock,"
including his life, Watson
and his other friends, his
methods, his cases, and his
villains.
You can read Arthur
Conan Doyle's stories or
review web sites to get
ready. Check out
http://221bakerstreet.org or
the Sherlock Holmes muse-
um Web site at www.sher-
lock-holmes.co.uk.
Dress as Sherlock
Holmes or Dr. Watson and
bring your reading record
for a chance to win a ticket
to Oops Alley or Tiki Island
Golf and Games and ear-
buds. The more details you
incorporate into your cos-
tume (such as a deerstalker
hat, pipe, and magnifying
glass for Sherlock), the bet-
ter you will be judged.
To participate in YNK
@ Your Library, . register at
http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/
libraries.


Marilyn & Angelo Zecokine


Heather Nicole Myers and David Jesse MacDougall


Heather Nicole Myers
and David Jesse MacDougall
were united in marriage on
April 28, 2007 at Bluff Hall,
Demopolis, AL
Heather is the daughter
of Drew and Kim Myers of
Demopolis and granddaugh-
ter of T.J. and Barbara
O'Kelley and Letha Myers,
all of Chumuckla, FL.
Jesse is the son of Dave
and Margi MacDougall of
Naples, FL. Reverend Robb
Wynne officiated at the 6
p.m. ceremony. A reception
followed immediately at the
home of the bride's parents.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a white
strapless satin and silk gown
designed especially for her
by Nazzy Nazari of the "I
DO" store in Corona del
Mar, CA.
Maids of Honor were
Forrest Raymon,
Birmingham, AL, and Molly


MacDougall, sister of the
groom, Westminister, CA;
bridesmaids were Aerielle
Browning, Ladera Ranch,
CA; Amanda Jackowski,
Orlando, FL; Hillary Hussin,
Jacksonville, FL; Jenna
O'Kelley, Chumuckla, FL,
and Lauren Scott,
Charleston, SC. Junior
Bridesmaid was Celeste
Stringfellow, Gainesville,
FL.
Best men were Tom
Street, Austin, TX, and Bret
Callahan, Tampa, FL.
Groomsmen were George
Garcia, Jacksonville, FL;
John Fullmer, St. Petersburg,
FL; Kerry Webb,
Jacksonville, FL; Ralph
Wilson, Valdosta, GA; Mike
Weber, Winooski, VT and
David Driesbach, Winter
Park, FL. After a honeymoon
in the Turks and Caicos, the
couple will reside -in Naples,
FL.


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Wednesday-July 25, 2007


City-wide prayer service host-

ed by St. Ann & Our Lady


The St. Ann and Our
Lady of the Assumption
Community of Praise will
host a city-wide Mass with
Prayers for Healing on August
13.
All local prayer groups
are invited to come share
prayer and praise at 7 p.m. in
the main church. Fr. Eugene
Pathe will celebrate.
The Mass will be fol-
lowed by a reception after-
wards in the Parish Hall.
There will be no Mass
with Prayers for Healing on


September 10. Instead that
will be a regular Community
of Praise meeting.
St. Ann Catholic Church,
Gulf Breeze, and Our Lady of
the Assumption Mission,
Pensacola Beach, together are
a parish of over 2,700 persons
serving the community in
body, mind and spirit.
Information, bulletins
and newsletters are available
on the web at
StAnnGulfBreeze.Org.


Are you ready for VBS?


Absolute Reality J.C., the
video game is happening at
Christian Life Church now
(this evening) through Friday
evening, July 27th from 6
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. nightly.
Absolute Reality is for
children entering kinder-
garten through 6th grade.
There is gaming like
never before to achieve high-


New duty station
(FHTNC)-Navy Petty
Officer 1st Class Jarred L.
Pace, a 2002 graduate of
Milton High School, in
Milton, FL, recently reported
for duty at the Navy
Recruiting District, New
Orleans, LA.
Pace joined the Navy in
May of 2007.

Polston joins Navy
(FHTNC) - Civilian
Andrew C. Polston, a 2005
graduate of Navarre High
School, Navarre, Fla., recently
enlisted in the Uniited States
Navy under the Delayed Entry
Program at Navy Recruiting
District, New Orleans, LA.

The program allows
recruits to enter the Navy and
take up to one year to com-
plete prior commitments such
as high school. Using
recruiters as mentors, this pro-
gram helps recruits ease into
the transition from civilian to
military life.
Polston will report for
active duty to undergo basic


er levels of learning about
Jesus and the Bible.
Your mission is fun, fun,
and more fun.
For more information, or
to register, call Christian Life
Church at 623-4017.
The church is located at
4401 Avalon Blvd., Milton.
It's going to be absolutely
awesome!


training at the Navy's Recruit
Training Center, Great Lakes,
Illinois.

Mooney begins career
Army Pvt. Chad A.
Mooney has graduated from
Basic Combat training at Fort
Sill, Lawton, Okla.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied
the Army mission and
received instruction and train-
ing exercises in drill and cere-
monies.
And Core core values,
traditions, military courtesy,
military justice, physical fit-
ness, first aid, rifle marksman-
ship, weapons use, map read-
ing and land navigation, foot
marches, armed and unarmed
combat, and field maneuvers
and tactics.
Mooney is the son of
Charles R. Mooney of Carver
St., Milton, FL.
The private is a 2006
graduate of Santa Rose Adult
School, in Milton.


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Press graduates BMT
Air Force Airman Guy L.
Press II has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches,
and received physical train-
ing, rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises, and special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the
Community College of the Air
Force.
Press is the son of Guy
Press of Menorca St.,
Navarre, Fla., and Sheryl


Saunders of Falling Leaf Way,
Mascoutah, Ill.
The airman is a 2006
graduate of Navarre High
School.


Swenson Graduates!
Air Force Airman Ward
A. Swenson has graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission, organi-
zation, and military customs
and courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony marches,
and many other courses.
Swenson is the son of
Karen Bransten of Turkey
Creek Drive, Navarre, Fla.
The airman is a 2006
graduate of Navarre High
School.


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Weekley


35th at Carnoustie


7 Slocum cashes at U.S. Bank Tourney; Watson set to visit Canada


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton's Boo Weekley
enjoyed a strong start to the
British Open played this past
weekend at Carnoustie Golf
Club in Scotland.
Weekley, who started the
tournament by posting a round
of three under par to trail first
day leader Sergio Garcia by
three strokes, finished the tour-
nament in a tie for 35th place
after carding rounds of 75 and
73 on Saturday and Sunday
respectively.
Saturday Weekley closed


out the tournament with three
consecutive bogies at 16, 17,
and 18 to fall into a tie for 31st
place overall
On Sunday the former
Milton grad did not get off to
much better of a start as he
carded sixes on the third and
fifth holes, before carding his
only two birdies of the day on
the back nine to finish two over
par on the final day.
Weekley, who earned
$41,352 for the weekend, card-
ed 11 birdies for the four rounds
while have seven bodies and
four double bodies.


A n
attempt to
contact
Weekly
after his
visit across
t h e
Atlantic at
the birth-
place of
golf was
unsuccess-
ful.


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Weekley


Back
on home soil fellow Milton
grad Heath Slocum carded four
rounds of 69 to finish 22nd


overall at the U.S. Bank
Championship in Milwaukee.
Slocum's overall four
under par was 10 shot off the
pace 'Joe Qw -..
Ogilvie set
at the
Brown n07
Deer Park
Course,
In the
final three
rounds of
the tourna-
m e n t
Slocum got
off to slow Slocum


starts with
multiple
bogeys to
start each
round.
B u t
after two b i
bogeys to
start the
day on
Sunday,
Slocumlm
reeled off Watson
four birdies
and a bogey to climb up the
leader board 11 spots.
Slocum was not available


after the tournament for com-
ment as he is preparing for his
wedding this weekend in the
Virgin Islands.
His finish in Milwaukee
earned him a $37,133 payday.
Bubba Watson, the
youngest of the three Milton
grads, is returning to action this
week north of the border at a
tournament in Canada.
Watson took this past week
off to close on his new home
after reporting himself for using
a broken club in the John Deere
Classic, where he was disquali-
fied.


S- .Lightning make


Little noise in its


First season loss
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By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
A rough week only got
rougher for the Alabama
Lightning as they suffered
their first loss of the season
24-10 at Marlon L. Bullock
Field in Pensacola.
The Lightning, who has
lost two pass defenders along
with other key players, could
not find a way to stop the
Macon Tiger Cats passing
attack.
But the Lightning (2-1)
defense did spend quite a bit
of time on the field as the
offense turned the ball over
five times.
Four of those turnovers
were interceptions thrown by
a quarterback not listed on
their roster.
"Macon has a lot of good
size, speed, and strength," said
Lighting Head Coach Mike
Hall. "We didn't know a lot
about them, but they are a very
good football team on both
sides of the ball."
Macon took the first
turnover 51 yards as they
scored on a one-yard quick
pitch.
After added a two-point
conversion.
The Lightning would then


Lightning defensive coordina-
tor Chad Herlehy is trying to
figure out what is going on as
the team suffered its first loss
of the season 24-10.
fall behind 14-0 as the Tiger
Cats hooked up for a 16-yard
pass.
Anthony Crenshaw would
get the Lightning on the board
with a one-yard run with 8:51
remaining in the first half as
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The Young Guns won the U-13 USSSA World Series this past
Sunday at the Santa Rosa SportsPlex. Pitcher Jordan Martin is
seen pitching the final inning of a 12 inning affair agaisnt the
River Cats on Wednesday for a 4-2 win.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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, ye Whte Tournament


" Several teams from the area met at Milton
,.-. .. ... - - High School to participate in the first annual
D. Kaye White Basketball Tournament to help
raise funds for the Santa Rosa Task Force, Inc.
Proceeds from Saturday's tournament raised
dollars for a scholarship recipient at Milton
High School and the Task Froce itself. (Above)
. A memorial was set up for the late Kaye
'White, a former Milton High teacher who
, '.recently passed away, that the tournament
-. was named in honor of.

S .-- . Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Blizzard win comes


down to crew work


Special to the Press Gazette
For Scott Carlson, the race
in the pits was just as impor-
tant as the race on the track.
The Pensacola driver won
the dash out of the pits among
the leaders, then led the final
21 laps to take the Super Late
Model Blizzard Series Coke
Zero 100-lap feature Friday
night at Five Flags Speedway.
Most of the leaders pitted
for two fresh tires on Lap 71
following a caution. Carlson
was sixth going into the pits,
but was the first driver to
come out. He quickly passed
the three drivers who did not
pit and was never challenged.
"My crew put together a
fantastic pit stop," said
Carlson. "We got the track
position and held them off."
Ryan Crane of Panama
City finished second despite a
spin early in the race and took
over the points lead after three
of five Blizzard races.
The top two drivers earn
provisional starting positions
in December's 40th annual
Snowball Derby. Justin
Drawdy, the winner of the last
Blizzard race, finished third
and moved into second in
points, 10 behind Crane.
Donnie Wilson was fourth and
Augie Grill fifth.
Carlson started 13th and
stayed in the lead pack
throughout the race.
After the pit stop on Lap
71, Wayne Anderson stayed
out on the track to take the
lead.
Two laps after the restart,
Grill, who was the fastest
qualifier and led the first 57
laps, spun on the frontstretch
in front of several cars, trig-
gering a multi-car pileup.
The red flag stopped the
race, then Anderson pitted,
putting Carlson up front. He
pulled away until the final
caution came out, setting up a
final five-lap sprint. Crane
passed Drawdy for second on
Lap 99, but didn't have any-
thing left for Carlson.
Crane was running third
on Lap 8 when he was spun
out and had to go to the back
of the field. But he had plenty
of time to move up.
"I just ran out of laps,"
Crane said.
He did take over the
points lead when co-leader
Ken McFarland could not
avoid a wreck in front of him
and spun into a car. He could
not finish the race and was
26th, dropping well behind
Crane in points.


Grill led from the start as
the first 13 laps were run
under caution.
But they were able to race
under green-flag conditions
from lap 37 to 69. Wilson
slipped past Grill for the lead
on Lap 58, while Crane had
moved from the back to sec-
ond place.
When the caution came
out for a stalled car on Lap 69,
that set up the race to pit for
fresh tires and get out as fast
as possible.
There were six cautions in
the race for 34 laps.
The fourth Blizzard Series
race is set for Aug. 31.
Chris Cotto took the lead
on Lap 3 and went on to win
the 25-lap Super Stock fea-
ture.
Bo Wilkinson led the first
two laps until Cotto, who
started third, went to the out-
side and took the lead on the
fronstretch.
The first caution came out
on Lap 7 when Steve
Campbell spun second-place
Wilkinson, who slowed with a
mechanical problem.
On the restart, Cotto
pulled away and even after
one more caution, nobody
challenged him as he won his
fifth feature of the year.
Campbell finished second,
followed by Thomas Praytor,
Jody Henderson and James
Kimbrough.
Billy Hoover won the 20-
lap Sportsman feature after a
rain scare.
He was passing James
Ziniewicz for the lead on Lap
16 when some light rain
brought out the caution, put-
ting Hoover back in second
place. But the rain ended as
quickly as it started and the
race resumed a few minutes
later.
Hoover then took the lead
a few laps later for his fourth
win of the season. Ziniewicz
finished second, followed by
Randy Thompson.
The rain finally came
down hard during the Bomber
feature. That race only made it
through five laps and will be
completed during the next rac-
ing action on Aug. 3. Brannon
Fowler had the lead.


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Football players with the East Milton Youth Association are
seen raising money for the upcoming season by having a car
wash at Texas Roadhouse on Highway 90 in Milton. The cars
were lined up all morning long to support the Roadrunners.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


NAFL

Continued From Page One
the home crowd was looking
for something to cheer about.
"Originally we were look-
ing at Jeremy Buehler as our
passing quarterback and
Michael (Hall) as our running
quarterback," said Hall.
"When Jeremy went down we
were forced to work Donald."
Alabama then looked to
threaten Macon after recover-
ing a muffed punt, but the
Lighting quarterback threw
the first of four interceptions
for the game.
The second half saw more
intensity from the Lightning
defense and some spark offen-
sively as well.
Mike Hanlon intercepted a
Tiger Cat pass attempt to give
the Lightning the ball on the
Macon 24.
But the offense went in
reverse and forced Coach
Mike Hall to call a time out
with 10:17 remaining in the
third quarter.
After sending the punt
team out, Hall replaced them
with Jacob Matlock and his
holder as the former Southern
Miss kicker nailed a 55-yard
extra point.
"Coach called for the punt
team and then during the time
out he asked me if I thought I
could make it," said Matlock,
who joined some of his UPS
co-workers to play for the
Lightning. "I had hit three in
practice and felt I could do it.
"That was the longest field


Former Pace standout Seth Cumbie (10) is seen making a key defensive stop during the early
moments of Saturday's game between the Alabama Lightning and the Macon Tiger Cats. Macon
defeated Alabama 24-10.


goal I have ever kick and I
thought it was a turning point
for the team. Fifty-five yards
sounds good, but we still lost
the game."
Alabama's Corneilus
Sanders picked a Macon pass
attempt, but the Lightning
could not mount much from
that point on offensively.
For the night Alabama had
trouble moving the ball with
the offense totaling just 61


yards and a negative 1-yard
rushing the entire second half.
"We lost Dennis Green to
an injury and Anthony
Barbour, who moved to
Atlanta. So when you only
practice three times a week it
is hard to really put anything
in," said Hall. "We were able
to put in some things but I am
very proud of the way the
guys played tonight."
The Tiger Cats took


ess Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin
advantage of the short field as
they amassed 277 total yards
as their quarterback hit 12 of
his 20 pass attempts.
In NAFL Division II
action the Pensacola Wolfpac
are off to an 0-2 start after
dropping a 14-13 decision to
the Panhandle Tigers in
Panama City, Fla.
Attempts to reach Wolfpac
coach/general manager Paul
Smith were unsuccessful.


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Futbol Santa Rosa soc-
cer skills clinic: Futbol Club
Santa Rosa Director of
Coaching, Louie Sahin, is
conducting a foot skills clin-
ic.
Camp for ages U8-U13
and U 14-U 18 will run 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 continue
until the teams are full at the
Milton Community Center on
Byrom Street.
Football registration is
open to area children ages 5-
14 as of Aug. 1,2007.
You do not have to bring a
birth certificate for registra-
tion.
For more information
contact the City of Milton at
983-5466.
Milton Panther
Freshman Football: Any
incoming 9th grader that is
interested in playing football
needs to get in touch with
Milton Coach Mike
McMillion at 324-9767 or
leave a message at MHS
front desk at 983-5600.
It is not too late to start!
Times are Monday-Thursday
8-12. Sign up at the football
field house. Any upper class
players, grades 10-12, that
are new to the Milton district
also need to get in touch with
Coach McMillion.
Official practice starts
August 6, and all players will
need to be ready to go at this
time. Starting camp will give
you a head start. You will
need a current FHSAA phys-
ical, cleats and your birth cer-


tificate. Practice will begin at
2:30 on the 6th.
Summer Slam 2007:
Pensacola Racquet Club will
be hosting Summer Slam
2007.
This is a mens and wom-
ens doubles tournament lim-
ited 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.
Panhandle Junior Golf:
The Panhandle Junior Golf
Tour will host 2 day events
July 28 and 29 at Glen Lakes
Golf Club Foley, Ala. and
then on August 4 and 5 at
Perdidio Bay Golf Club.
The events will be ranked
by the National Junior Golf
Scoreboard.
All Juniors ages 12-18
are welcome.
Please call 850-916-9129
for more information or their
web-site www.pjgt.net
East Milton Youth
Soccer: Sign-ups for the East
Milton Fall Soccer League
will run through Aug. 18.
This league is for players
U6 through U18.
Sign-ups will be held
from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
each Saturday at the East
Milton Youth Complex
For more information,
contact the EMYA Soccer
Director at 994-8510.
F.C. Santa Rosa Select
and Academy Teams: F.C.
Santa Rosa will be register-
ing players for the U10-U12
Academy and holding tryouts
for the U 13 and above Select
program August 2 from 5-
7pm. These programs are
open to both boys and girls
interested in further develop-
ing the soccer skills. For fur-
ther information please visit
www.fcsantarosa.com.
Futbol Club of Santa


Rosa Spring Soccer: call 450-5655 for more infor-
Registration is currently mation.
ongoing for the fall recre- Co-Ed Softball
national season, online regis- Tournament: There will be a
tration is available at the Co-Ed Softball Tournament
FCSR website www.fcsan- at Bray-Hendricks Park in Jay
tarosa.com. on Aug. 4.
A fee is involved in par- The tournament, which is
ticipation with this soccer rasing funds for Bo and Mary
league, there is an additional Lou Parker's Adoption of two
fee for team jersey. children from Guatemala,
Individuals interested in will get underway at 8 a.m.
coaching or assisting can Also available at this
sign up on the volunteer page event will be BBQ pork
while registering their child lunches as well as hamburg-
or email ers, hot dogs, fries, snow
vicepresident@fcsantarosa.c cones amd much more.
om. For additional informa-
More information on the tion or to register call 418-
recreational and select soccer 1952, 675-4546 ext. 122,
programs is available on the 675-4810, or 675-2469.
club website. Tanglewood Golf
Lady Patriot Basketball Tournament: Tanglewood
Camp: Pace Lady Patriot Golf Club will hold the
Basketball Camp is sched- Tanglewood Triple Play
uled for July 30 through Aug. Tournament on Aug. 3.
3. This is a three person
The camp will be held team tournament with a two
from 8 a.m. to noon. low ball net format.
This camp will cover For more information or
fundamentals and other drills to register call 623-6176.
under the direction of Pace Navarre YMCA: The
Coach Jenny Condon. Pullum Family YMCA in
For more information, Navarre is registering for its
contact Coach Condon at the 2007 Fall Youth Soccer sea-
high school or call 516-3670. son through July 31st.
Milton QB Club Fish Seperate leagues for 3 to 14
Ery: Milton High School's year olds.
Quarterback Club is kicking For information and fee
off the 2007 Football season questions call 936-0049.
with a Fish Fry/Membership Navarre YMCA: The
drive on August 17th from 5- Pullum Family YMCA in
7 p.m. at Milton High Navarre is registering for its
School. 2007 Y-Gal Volleyball
There will be scrimmage League for girls, 10-12 and
games starting at 7 p.m. 13-15 years of age.
between Milton's Varsity, JV For information and fee
and 9th grade teams. questions call 936-0049.
Q u art erb a c k More activities can be
Memberships are $30 per found at
family and include 2 dinners www.srpressgazette.com and
at the Fish Fry as well as look for the box called
Preferred Parking at all regu- 'Things to Do'.
lar home games. There you can check on
Membership funds are used activities by zip code or activ-
to support our Panther ity. And you are also more
Football Team. than welcome to enter your
For more information events there as well.


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East Bay Pensacola Bay Navarre Beach Blackwater River
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UWF signs 13 for the


upcoming ball season


Sports


Special to the Press Gazette
After leading West Florida
to their first Gulf South
Conference Championship and
first NCAA Regional
Tournament, head coach Mike
Jeffcoat has officially
announced the addition of 13
incoming student-athletes for
the 2008 baseball season.
Nine of the incoming play-
ers will be freshman beginning
their college careers at West
Florida, after signing a national
letter of intent to play for the
Argos. From the surrounding
Pensacola area, outfielder Eric
Kroll and catcher Tyler Hastings
will be part of the 2008 squad.
The left-handed hitting Kroll
played for Coach Charlie Warner
at Pace High School last season
where he
had a .355
batting .
average
with three .
homers and
25 RBI.. -
Hastings, a
graduate of
Niceville
High
School ,
where he Kroll
played for
Coach Kevin Berry, batted .370
in his senior season with five
home runs and 24 RBI. Joining
Kroll and Hastings in the fresh-
man class will be Edgewater
High School teammates, right-
handed pitcher Sixto Velasco
and infielder Paul Jenkins who
played for Head Coach Chip
Gierke last season. In his senior
season Jenkins batted .526 with
3 homeruns and knocked in 21
runs. Also adding to the pitching
staff right hander Eric
DuCharme will also join the


ComniySpors es-t


Wednesday Alley Cats
Oops Alley
July 18, 2007

High Game Women: Gran
Gordon - 191
High Game Team: n/a -
n/a
High Series Women:
Sharon Wolfe - 507
High Series Team: Cosmic
Katz- 1318
League Standings: 1.
Cosmic Katz 22.5-5.5, 2.
B-J's 16-12, 3. Pink
Flamingos 15-13, 4.
Bluebirds 13.5-14.5, 5.
Miss Fits 11-17, 6.
Lonesome Dove 6-22.


Whiting Field Golf Course
W.F. Association
Dog Fight
July 19, 2007

A Flight Net : 1. Chuck
Moulis (62), 2. Ron Weaden
(68), 3. (tie) Pete Keeling and
Tony Williams (70).
B Flight Net: 1. (tie) Guy
Gordon and Voncha
Edwards (67), 3. Ed Perry
(68).

Dog Fight
July 19, 2007

A Flight Points: 1. Pete
Keeling (+17), 2. Don
Sweeney (+7), 3. John Oliver
(+6).
B Flight Points: 1. (tie) Al
Ooms and Dave Jensen (+3),
3. Tony Vickers, Mike
Hughes, and Harvey
Kingsland (+1).
C Flight Points: 1.
Sandbagger Perez (+11), 2.
(tie) Harry Brant, William
Jones, and Robert Marshall
(+4).

Five Flags Speedway
July 20, 2007

Super Late Model Blizzard
Series: 1. Scott Carlson, 2.
Ryan Crane, 3. Justin
Drawdy, 4. Donnie Wilson,
5. Augie Grill, 6. Chris
Davidson, 7. Jeff Schofield,
8. Wayne Anderson, 9.
Steven Davis, 10. Grant
Enfinger.
Super Stock Feature: 1.
Chris Cotto, 2. Steve
Campbell, 3. Thomas
Praytor, 4. Jody Henderson,
5. James Kimbrough, 6.
Greg Young, 7. Earl Polk, 8.
Scott Barbaric, 9.


Christopher Loepke, 10.
Gary Robinson.
Sportsman Feature: 1. Billy
Hoover, 2. James Ziniewicz,
3. Randy Thompson, 4. Jim
Pokrant, 5. William Kitchen,
6. Bubba Winslow, 7. Tina
Davidson, 8. Chris Pike, 9.
Kenneth Hatcher, 10. Kory
Henley.

Southern Raceway
July 13, 2007

UMP Modified Feature: 1.
Aaron Perritt, 2. Nick Poole,
3. Joe Phillips, 4. Randy
Darby Jr., 5. John Melton.
UMP Modified heat win-
ner: Heat 1 - Joe Phillips;
Heat 2 - Aaron Perritt
Hogg Feature: 1. Jonathan
Cotton, 2. Robert Balkum, 3.
Chris Oldenburg, 4. Jason
Cooper, 5. Josh Davis.
Hogg heat winners: Heat 1
- Josh Davis; Heat 2 - Adam
Purvis
Street Stock Feature: 1.
Adam Ellison, 2. Michael
Porter, 3. Brandon Harris, 4.
Steven Jernigan, 5. Preston
Porter.
Street Stock heat winner:
Heat 1 - Adam Ellison; Heat
2 - Michael Porter.
Vintage Feature: 1. Chris
Bayhi, 2. Danny Shores, 3.
Lucas Morris, 4. Raymond
Ray, 5. John Cody.
Vintage heat winners: Heat
1 - Chris Bayhi.
Crate Late Model Feature:
1. Joshua Joiner, 2. Frank
Wilson, 3. Tracey Sutton, 4.
Ricky Haugen, 5. Craig
Turner.
Crate Late Model fastest
qualifier: Jonathon Joiner
Hobby Feature: 1. Allan
Colley, 2. Ricky Gilmore, 3.
Bo Bailey, 4. Thomas Myers,
5. Dale Busch
Hobby heat winners: Heat
1 - Allen Colley; Heat 2 -
Roger Pack.
Stinger Feature: 1. Gary
Hirman, 2. Shawn Charlton,
3. Robert Garrett, 4. Scott
Schenhel, 5. Daniel Pritt.
Stinger heat winners: Heat
1 - Shawn Charlton; Heat 2
- Gary Hirman.
Sprint Feature: 1. Shane
Morgan, 2. Mike
Herrington, 3. Michael
Dupuy, 4. Chris Sweeney, 5.
Lane Whittington.
Sprint car heat winners:
Heat 1 - Shane Morgan;
Heat 2 - Lane Whittinghton.


team. DuCharme played for
Head Coach Larry Gaboury last
season at Lake Mary Prep.
During his High School career
DuCharme posted a 15-4 record
with a 2.43 ERA, while compil-
ing 170 strike outs and allowing
opposing hitters to bat only .173.
Rounding out the freshman
class are outfielder and pitcher
Greg Pron from Daphne High
School and infielder Brandon
Brewer from Apopka High
School.
In addition to the nine
freshmen, West Florida will
also be adding four transfer stu-
dents. Pensacola native Ryan
Gray will be returning home to
play for the Argonauts after two
seasons at Jefferson Davis
Community College under
Head Coach Darrell Blevins.
Infielders Max Parks from
Mississippi College and Scott
Beckwith from Gulf Coast
Community College will also
be joining the team next season.
Parks, a Crestview native,
played one year with
Mississippi College after trans-
ferring from Alabama Southern
Community College. In his only
year with the Chowtaws, Parks
batted .339 with four home runs
and 42 RBI. Beckwith finished
his community college career
batting .327 with 12 doubles
and 31 RBI. Left-handed pitch-
er Billy Whitaker will also link
up with the Argonauts in 2008.
Whitaker was named First
Team All Mid-Florida
Conference and finished the
season with a 7-4 record with a
3.13 ERA and 65 strikeouts.
The Argonauts will begin
their 2008 season with a pair of
game against Rollins College on
February 2 and 3 at Pelican Park
located on the UWF campus.


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L 110.o4, . I . 110.4, ..110.4
the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa THEM.
Leg. 7/800 County Florida, Probate Divi- All other creditors of the dece-
sion, Ihe address of which is dent and other persons having
NOTICE TO BIDDERS Post Office Box 472 Milton claims or demands against
LIFT STATION Florida 32572-047O . The decedent's estate must file heir
names and addresses of the claims with court WITHIN 3
Notice is hereby given that the personal representative and the MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
Board of County Commission- personal representative's attor- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
ers, of Santa Rosa County, Flor- ney are set forth below. THIS NOTICE.
ida will receive sealed bids Al creditors of the decedent ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
from qualified contractors for and other persons having claims WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
*the construction of the Navarre or demands against decedent's SET FORTH IN SECTION
'Visitors Center Lift Station estate on whom a copy of this 733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
notice is required to b served PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
All bids must be original and must file their claims with this EVER BARRED.
,delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 NOTWITHSTANDING THE
mail to the Santa Rosa County MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
Procurement Department at THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
6495 Caroline Street Suite G THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- TWO (21 YEARS OR MORE AF-
Milton, Florida, 32/70; and TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
must be received by 10:00 A A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON OF DEATH IS BARRED.
M. Auus 14, 2007, at which THEM. The date of first publication of
time bi's will be opened and All other creditors of the dece- this notice is July 18, 2007.
read aloud. All interested par- dent and other persons having
ties are invited to attend Bids claims or demands against Attorney for Personal Represent-
are to be sealed and clearly la- decedent's estate must file their active:
beled Bid - Lift Station " 'Bids claims with this court WITHIN 3 Kathleen K. DeMaria
received afer the time set for MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Attorney for Personal Represent-
opening will be rejected and re- THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF active
turned fo the bidder unopened THIS NOTICE. Florida Bar No. 503789
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Smith Sauer & DeMoria
Project documents, including WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS Post Office Box 12446
drains and specifications reT SET FORTH IN SECTION Pensacola, FL 32591-2446
,alive tereto may be inspected 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA Telephone: 850) 434-2761
at the Dodqe Plan Room at 700 PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- Fax 850 438-8860
S Pace Bvd., Pensacola Flor- EVER BARRED.
ida; Santa Rosa County Procure- NOTWITHSTANDING THE Personal Representative:
menI Department 6495 Caro- TIME PERIODS SET FORTH Vicki Ann Fischbeck
line Street, Suite b Milton Flor- ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED 1184 Lionsgate Lane
ida; and the Santa'Rosa County TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF- Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563
En ineerinq Department 6051 TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
Ol Bae d iahwama Suite OF DEATH IS BARRED 071807
300, Mon, Floria Pns and The date offirst publication of 072507
specifications may be secured this notice is July 18, 2007. 7/786
from the Santa Rosa County Pro-
curement office at a non refund- Attorney for Personal Represent-_
able cost of $25.00 per set. active:
Kathleen K. DeMaria
Questions concerning this pro- Attorney for Anita Marie Javier Leg. 7/787
ect should be directed to Mr. Florida Bar No. 503789l
Michael Schmidt, telephone Smith Sauer & DeMaria IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
(850) 981-7100. ostfice Box 12446 FOR SANTA ROSA
Pensacola, FL 32591-2446 COUNTY FLORIDA
The Board of Santa Rosa Telephone: (850 434-2761 PROBAT DIVISION
County reserves the right to Fax: (850)438-8860 TFile No. C
waive irregularities in bids to 572007-CP200
reject any and all bids with or Personal Represenative: Division B
without cause, and to award Anita Marie Javier
the bid that it determines to be 9580 Brentwood Boulevard IN RE: ESTATE OF
in the best interest of Santa Navarre, FL 32566
Rosa Count /' JOHN HOWARD ALBAN,
R ,n. 071807 JR.
Santo Rosa County does not dis- 072507 Deceased,
criminate an the basis of race, 7/785 NO^TICE TO REDITRS
color national origin, sex, reti- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
gion age or han cap status in d ...n .
emp.oymenit or provision of se- of Johna Howard Alban, Jr.,
ice. -4 ...-... UW,.. 4


By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
072507
072507
7/80


Leg. 7/785
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2007-CP-155
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LORENZO JAVIER, JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Lorenzo Javier, Jr., deceased,
whose date of death was Au-
gust 27, 2004, is pending inn


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Leg. 7/786
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO-
BATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2007-CP-190
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROY SIEBERT FISCHBECK
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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of Roy Siebert Fischbeck, de-
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was April 22, 2007, is pending
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Rosa County, Florida, Probate
Division the address of which is
Post Office Box 472 Milton,
Florida 32572-047*. The
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personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
AI creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
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notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
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MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON


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deceased, whose oate l teeuall
was August 31st, 2005, is
pending min the Circuit Court for
anta Rosa County, Florida
Probate Division the address of
which is P.O. Aox 472, Mil-
ton, Florida 32572.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom a cooy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHINTH THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedentl's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
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TER THE D .":-. ''- 3 DATE claims with this court WITHIN Leg. 7/803 Florida registered architectural
OF DEATH IS '. . :. THE LATER OF THREE 31 g hrms to provide design and con-
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF NOTICE OF SALE struction supervision services
The daote of irs publication of THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF NTC for
this notice is July 18, 2007 THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30 besold for the lienowed for ^ Middle Class-
DAYS AFTER I HE DATE OF hars of oina and sorae . Middle: Class
JAMES E. WEBER, P.A. - i OF A COPY OF THIS The ve iclewi besold to 1e
Arorneys Bor Personal Repre- -. i , ON THEM. highest bidder to satisfy le lien .,, I i i-f"m""tar,, Censtrucl
sentative io eol r - .v creditors of the dece- oni'the vehicle The sale will be ..,,,, I .. ... . ad
501 S. FLAGLER DRIVE dent and other persons having held at Ken's Pint & Body 2n truct weight
SUITE 501 S. FLAGLER claims or --.- : 4:- 4074 Avalon Blvd. Milton in entroal High: Construct weight
CENTER decedent's . : .... Sna Rosa County in Ihe State ost Milton Elemenary Re
WEST PALM BEACH, FL matured, :'" :' ' of Florida Eas Milton Elementary: Re-I
33401 dated ic .. -". : - placement of kitchen, cafeteria
Telephone: (561) 832-2266 claims with I .. .'ii, The following Vehicle(s) are/is fire sprinkler system - reno-
Florida Bar No. 085584 MONTHS -'' iii',, - ' -' . being held for the above ovation of old cafeteria to class-
THE FIRSt i, - - , i claimed liene
Personal Representative: THIS NOTICE. cmed en, . High: Expand field
MAE JOYCE THOMPSON ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED Year 1992 Make PONT house
ALBAN WILL BE FOREVER BARRED Model 4DR Jay High. Replacement of Bldg
4224 BELCLAIRE AVENUE, VIN# IlG2WJ54X9NF231760 a Rep ace Press Box
DALLAS, TEXAS 75205 The date of Ihe first publication King Middle: Construct new
of this Notice is July 25, 2007 The registered and/or legal band suite, enclose corridor to
071807 owners are new suite and PE facility. Reno-
072507 /s/ Byron E. Cotton vale old band room into ESE
7/787 Byon E Cotton OWNER: SHAWN CHRISTO- ' a- d .
7____787 __Attorney o for Personal NPHER NEIDERTAWN CFIRSTO- . 'h.' i. :-.'o1: Construct
LeRep 7/798 resentative 177 EDGEWOOD TERRACE - i,-,: ' *:'" and renovate
Leg. 7/798 Florida Bar No.: 0695521 SANTA ROSA 8CH FL 32459 gang restrooms in main hallway
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- Cotton Gates & Cotton
ING TO DOPT REVISIONS Three clew A venue LIEN HOLDER. N/A Alled .. 'ii. chitects inter-
TO SANTA ROSTA DISTRICT Shalimar, Florida 32579 esied .....i I a letter of in-
SCHOOL'S STUDENT PRO-Telephone: (850 651 9900 INSURANCE CO: PROGRES- terest may examine current con
GRESSION PLAN SIVE SELECT INS CO tract documents available in the
GOR 2S- 2O N / Ricky A. Hunter 5/05/07 3600 W COMMERCIAL BLVD office of oe Ai isitant S i
FOR2007-2008 RickyA.HunterSF id M
Pursuant to Chapter 120, Flor PersMontaRepresentative LAUDERDALE LAKES, FL 33309 6544daFirehouse Road Miltone
ida Statues, the Santa Rosa 14Mountain View Drive Florida 32570.Phone 18501
County School Board will hold a Rouses Point, New York 12979 Amount of towing is $217.00, 9835123 To be considered
revi ihai tonsanddele- 72507 Stloraae Cr s of $9 90 as ceived on or before Friday, Au-
revisions, ai0on and dele 80107 of JULY 1 -es of $7990l ddi ust 10, 2007 at 11:00 a.m.,
ions to the Student Progression 7/801 " Ly ' 1 '2 ' 0, t di. Sacl time at the above address
Plan for 2007-2008. The pur- on01 a sorage eeo' $15.00 cal ime athe labeled in he
pose of these chances is to up- d pu per ay pls a lower lefthand corner of the en
date the existing Stludent Pro- Leg. 7/802 lower left-hand cornerofthe en-
d- -, sri n accordance Ti., .,,J sale will be held on velope, ,Letter of Interest - Ar-
. and State Board NOTICE OF CLAIM OF LIEN . ' ... 13, 2007 at 10:00 chitectural ServicesVarious
.., ,Regulations. The AND PROPOSED SALE OF . Schools. Competitive selection
0:00 A.M. at the Santa Rosa A 2 If thIe owner cares to recover accordance with the Florida law
County School Board Roomsaid vehicle they may bring the F.S. 287.055. Provide one orig-
5086 Canal Street, Milton, Flar BENS MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS amount of l charges in cash vol and 4 copies of your pro-
ida. 3685 AVALON BLVD only before the date of sale o psol with Inleletter a interest.
MILTON FL 32583 Ken's Paint & Body and the ve- A the minimum, he proposal is
Copes of prpoed revisions, 850-626-2900 hide will be surrendered to lde Federal forms SF 254
additions, and deletions will be them. This sale is in accordance and SF 255. All proposingrms
available for study and exami- YEAR 1999 MAKE HOND with FL Statute 713.78. are to makeona 0-minuteustres-17,
nation a the office of the Super- M/C entation on Frida, August 17,
intendent of Schools in MilFon VlJH2RC4461XMI02261 072507 2007, starting at 1:of0 pm.,
Florid from 800 a. to 4:0 3685 AVALON BV MILTON FL 072507 and will proceed in the ord
A., Monday through Friday 32583 7/803 27 that the proposals arereceived,.
Am. 20,oO VE0HICE TOAGughFridAy, ON32583 HC The projects are Pending fund-
2 07, 2007 - Augus , ing and will be all awarded to
EACH OF YOU IS HEREBY NO- Leg. 7/804 one design professional. Pro-
John WA. Rfessional liability insurance is
John W Roaers, TIFIED THAT THE ABOVE Auction Ad sno 'ai T a
Superintendent of Schools NAMED LIENOR CLAIMS A NA Otio SAdLE ea es ired The qBoarre Pro-


081507 ANCRD IN THORAGE CHAMOUNT OF 4384 Luther Fowler Rd. Rosa County, Florida, reserves
7/798CRUED IN__________$88333 THESE SAMOUNT OF RAGEPace, FL 32571 the ripht to accept or reject any
CHARGES WILL CONTINUE Name: Gail Licharowicz Unit orI andO s - e --t
Leg. 7/801 TO ACCRUE AT THE RATE OF F3 ies . waive
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN $2688 PER DAY Personal Items
AND FOR SANTA ROSA THE LIEN CLAIMED BY THE 072507 ROSA COUNTY FLORIDANTA
COUNTY, FLORIDA ABOVE NAMED LEINOR IS 072507 BY John W. f ogers. Superin-
PROBATE DIVISION SUBJECT TO ENFORCEMENT 7/804 tendent of School
CASE NO.: 2007-CP-154 PURSUANT TO SECTION__________
713.585, FLORIDA STATUTES
IN RE THE ESTATE OF: AND UNLESS SAID MOTOR Leg. 7/805 072507
VEHICLE IS REDEEMED FROM 080107
NANCY ANN HUNTER, THE SAID LIENOR BY PAY-AuctionAd 080807
Deceased. MENT AS ALLOWED BY LAW, NOTCEOF SALE 7/807
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED MOG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TOR VEHICLE MAY BE SOLD Saturday August 18, 2007 @
TO SATISFY THE LIEN. IF THE lOAM
The administration of the estate MOTOR VEHICLE IS NOT RE- Patriot Self Star
of NANCY ANN HUNTER, de- DEEMED AND REMAINS UN- 4384 Luther Fower Rd. Leg. 7/808
ceased, Case Number 2007 CLAIMED OR CHARGES FOR Pace, FL32571 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR-
CP 154, is pending in the Cir- REPAIR AND STORAGE RE- INO
cuit Court for Santa Rosa MAIN UNPAID, THE VEHICLE Name: Pam Johnson Unit A-1 --
Coun Florida Prate Divi- MAY BE SOLD AFTER 60 DAYS Personal Items WHEREAS Roy V. Andrpws
sin te Faddrss of which is FREE OF ALL PRIOR LIENS 7 presenting ams A. Parker,
Post Office Box 472, Milton WHATSOEVER UNLESS OTH- 072507han pettiioned tomv araean
Florida 32572. The names and ERWISE PROVIDED BY COURT 072507 don, discontinue vacate,noban-
addresses of he personal repre- ORDER. THE ABOVE DESIG- 0 any interest and right of the
sentative and the personal NATED LIENOR PROPOSES TOpElicint and rigtheofotwe
representative's attorney are set SELL THE MOTOR VEHICLE AS Leg. 7/806 escribed property to the fwit: ng
torth belw. FOLLOWS. Leg. 7/806 described property to wit:
All creditors of the decedent FOLLNOTIC OF SALE EXHIBIT "A"- LEGAL DESCRIP
and other persons having claims PUBLIC AUCTION TO BE HELD EXHIBIT "A" - LEGAL DESCRIP
or demands against decedent's AT 3685 AVALON BV MILTON To be sold for the lien owed for TION
estate, including unmatured FL 32583 COMMENCING AT charges of lowing and storage. PARCEL "A"
contingent or unliquidate 8:00:00 AM ON THE 10TH The vehicle will be sold to 'he
claims, on whom a copy of this DAY OF AUGUST, 2007. highest bidder to satisfy he lien BEGIN AT THE SOUTHWEST
notice is served must File their on the vehicle. The soae will be CORNER OF LOT 1, BLOCK 2
STATEMENT OF OWNERS held at Ken's Painl & Body OF THE PLAT "EAST BAY RIVER
RIGHTS 4074 Avalon Blvd., Milton in ESTATES" AS RECORDED IN
NOTICE THAT THE OWNER Santa Rosa County in the State PLAT BOOK "C" PAGE 102
_ OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE OR of Florida. OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
ANY PERSON CLAIMING IN- SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
TEREST IN OR LIEN THEREON The following Vehicles) are/is IDA AND LYING IN SECTION
HAS A RIGHT TO A HEARING being ed e for the above 9 TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH
A I V AT ANY TIME PRIOR TO THE claimedlien: RANGE 26 WEST' THENCE
SCHEDULED DATE OF SALE BY GO NORTH 83 DEGREES 16
FILING A DEMAND FOR A Year 2001 Make OLDS Model MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST
HEARING WITH THE CLERK 4DR ALONG THE NORTHERLY
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN VIN#1G3NL52T51C112522 RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF BAY
THE COUNTY IN WHICH THE RIVER ROAD FOR A DISTANCE
g'% % 7 ~MOTOR VEHICLE IS HELD BY The registered and/or legal OF 196.68 FEET; THENCE
THE LIENOR AND BY MAILING owners are: CONTINUE ALONG SAID
COPIES OF THE DEMAND FOR OWNER: FRANCISCO LUNA RIGHT OF WAY NORTH 08
HEARING TO ALL OTHER SANTIAGO DEGREES 11 MINUTES 40
S OWNERS AND LIENORS AS 17461 KENDRICKRD LOT SECONDS EAST FOR A DIS
REFLECTED IN THE NOTICE. ROBERTSDALE FL 36567 TANCE OF 3.28 FEET'
LIEN HOLDER;'N/A THENCE CONTINUE ALONd
NOTICE THAT THE OWNER INSURANCE CO: N/A SAID RIGHT OF WAY NORTH
S OF THE MOTOR VEHICLE HAS 81 DEGREES 34 MINUTES 36
A RIGHT TO RECOVER POS- Amount to towing is $150.00, SECONDS WEST FOR A DIS-
LJ SESSION OF THE MOTOR VE- Lien Filinq Fee of $300.00 TANCE OF 54.13 FEET TO
HICLE WITHOUT INSTITUTING Storage cares of 10 as 0� THE INTERSECTION OF THE
JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS BY JULY 3, 2007, (lus additional EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF
Tree Service POSTING A BOND IN AC- storage fee of $0 per day plus STATE ROAD 87; THENCE GO
CORDANCE WITH THE PROVI- saleslax. NORTH 08 DEGREES 07 MIN-
ADVANCED TREE SIONS OF FLORIDA STATUTE UTES 52 SECONDS EAST
REMOVAL 559.917. This said sale will be held on ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT
Trees: TrimmedRemoved NOTICE THAT ANY PRO JULY 30, 2007at 10:OOAM. OF WAY FOR A DISTANCE OF
Trees: Trimmed/Removed NOTICE THAT ANY DPRO- 352.78 FEET' THENCE CON-
Licensed & Insured CEEDS FROM THE SALEOF If the owner cares to recover TINUE ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
Fr Estimates THE MOTOR VEHICLE REMAIN- said vehicle they may bring the WAY NORTH 13 DEGREES 50
Free Estimates ING AFTER PAYMENT OF THE amount of the charges in cash MINUTES 30 SECONDS EAST
24 hour service AMOUNT CLAIMED TO BE only before the date of sale to FOR A DISTANCE OF 49.46
(850)324-3203 DUE AND OWING TO THE Ken's Paint & Body and the ve- FEET; THENCE CONTINUE
Serving Santa Rosa for LIENOR WILL BE DEPOSITED hidcle will be surrendered to ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY
Serving Santa osa r WITH THE CLERK OF THE CIR- them. This sale is in accordance NORTH 08 DEGREES 07 MIN-
15 yrs. CUlT COURT FOR DISPOSI- with FL Statue 713.78. UTES 52 SECONDS EAST FOR
___________ TION UPON COURT ORDER A DISTANCE OF 32.81 FEET;
PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION 072507 THENCE CONTINUE ALONG
Tree/Stump Work OF FLORIDA STATUTE 072507 SAID RIGHT OF WAY NORTH
aSt orkH3.585. 7/806 02 DEGREES 25 MINUTES 17
i_______________ SECONDS EAST FOR A DIS-
Stump Mama NOTE: THE 60 DAY TIME TANCE OF 49.46 FEET-
an B ct Je FRAME THAT THE MOTOR VE- Leg. 7/807 THENCE CONTINUE ALONG
and BobcatJoe, HICLE MUST BE HELD DOES SAID RIGHT OF WAY NORTH
Inc. NOT INCLUDE THE DAY THE LEGAL AD FOR DESIGN 08 DEGREES 07 MINUTES 52
WORK WAS COMPLETED OR SECONDS EAST FOR A D5-
Stump Removal *Land THE DAY OF SALE. THE SERVICES STANCE OF 136 95 FEET
Clearing *Dirt Work * NEWSPAPER AD MUST BE INVITATION TO SUBMIT THENCE DEPARTING SAID
Debris Removal. Special- PLACED 15 DAYS PRIOR TO PROPOSALS FOR ARCHI- EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY GO
izlf e nTHE SCHEDULED DATE OF FOCACHAE SOUTH 81 DEGREES 52 MIN-
izin in evening and SALE, BUT THE 15 DAYS DO TO E SIONAL DESIGN UTES 08 SECONDS EAST FOR
weeicend work. Senior NOT INCLUDE THE DATE NO- SERVICES A DISTANCE OF 59.66 FEET'
Citizen Discount. Free Es- TWICE WAS PLACED IN THE STH NCE GRVSO 56 6<,f
NEWSPAPER OR THE DATE OFTO ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS
timates. 350-390-2841 SALE. TO ARCHITECTURAL FIRMS: GREES 16 MINUTES 29 SEC-

(SIGNATURE OF LIENOR) that the School District of Santa NORTH 88 DEGREES 0 MN
Rosa County, Florida, herein re- UTES 07 SECONDS EAST FOR
072507 feared to as the ,Boardc," pursu-n A DISTANCE OF 9722 FEET
072507ant to Florida law, is soicitina THENCE GO NORTH 43 DE-
7/802 letters of interest from qualified GREES 35 MINUTES 30 SEC-
0 0 ONDS EAST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 121.75 FEET; THENCE GO
NORTH 08 DEGREES 07 MIN-
UTES 52 SECONDS EAST FOR
A DISTANCE OF 173.28 FEET
THENCE GO SOUTH 81 DE-
Pit Stop Divorce108, Adoption |80 GREES 52 MINUTES 19 SEC-
Parts & Services t N rE sChan Ae55fFaONDS EAST FOR A DISTANCE
5736 Washington Street, Nae lmn e-5OF 42.31 FEET TO THE WEST
5736 WashingtonREE pig, Cllfor Centipede- ERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF CE-
MiSt.ton pigAugustine DAR COURT, ALSO BEING A
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ffering racinsupplies, 1850N."W" St. We Deliver a 50.00 FEET' THENCE GO
all tempes oa we ding, high (l lk.N.FleMarket 434- 66 ALONGSAb THECURVE CON-
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IDA AS SHOWN ON THIE PLAT
OF WOODLAWN BEACH SUB-
DIVISION AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK "A" AT PAGE 43
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SAID COUNTY, WHICH IS
BOUNDED ON THE NORTH
BY SOUNDSIDE DRIVE (STATE
ROAD S-191, 60 FOOT WIDE
PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY),
BOUNDED ON THE EAST BY
THE NORTHERLY PROJECTION
OF THE WEST LINE OF THE
EAST 53.3' OF LOT 24 IN
BLOCK 4 OF SAID WOOD-
LAWN BEACH SUBDIVISION
BOUNDED ON THE SOUTH BY
LOTS 24 & 25 IN BLOCK 4 OF
SAID WOODLAWN BEACH
SUBDIVISION AND THE WEST
ERLY PROJECTION OF THE
NORTH LINE OF LOT 25 IN
BLOCK 4 OF SAID WOOD-
LAWN BEACH SUBDIVISION
AND BOUNDED ON THE
WEST BY THE STEPHEN P. PRE-
ISSER AND TRACY L PREISSER
PROPERTY SUBJECT TO THE
BOUNDARY AGREEMENT RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL REC-
ORDS BOOK 2729 AT PAGE
1470 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
COMMENCE AT THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF LOT 24 IN
BLOCK 4 OF WOODLAWN
BEACH SUBDIVISION AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK "A"
AT PAGE 43 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA' THENCE
GO SOUTH 76 DEGREES 30
MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE NORTH UNE OF
Legals Cont. 6-C





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I 1104 1 ,_ _
CHORD = 99 71i *.-.+ 11 DEGR
HEARING = S 7- ..- SECOND
FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF TANCE
149.46 FEET TO THE POINT THENCE
OF TANGENCY; THENCE GREES 3
CONTINUE ALONG SAID ONDS EN
RIGHT OF WAY OF CEDAR OF 132.
COURT NORTH 16 DEGREES TERSECTIL
51 MINUTES 38 SECONDS EARLY RIGHT
EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF KEY BLUF
375.00 FEET TO THE POINT BEING C
OF CURVATURE OF A CURVE A RADIL
BEING CONCAVE TO THE THENCE
SOUTHEAST HAVING A RA- RIGHT 0
DIUS OF 250.00 FEET; BEING
THENCE GO ALONG SAID SOUTHWS
CURVE TO THE RIGHT (CHORD 15376',
262.56, CHORD BEARING S 70�34'
= N 48�32'12" ET FOR AN DISTANCE
ARC DISTANCE OF 276.43 TO THE
FEET TO THE POINT OF TAN- CURVED
AGENCY THENCE GO NORTH ALONG'
80 DEGREES 12 MINUTES 46 AND CL
SECONDS EAST FOR A DIS- DIUS OF
TANCE OF 75.00 FEET TO = 93.61'
THE POINT OF CURVATURE S 6809'
OF A CURVE HAVING A RA- DISTANCE
DIUS OF 150.00 FEET BEING THENCE
CONCAVE TO THE SOUTH- RIGHT C
WEST (CHORD = 236.07' 00 DEGI
CHORD BEARING = S SECOND
4753'25" El FOR AN ARC TANCE
DISTANCE OF 271.73 FEET THE POIn'
TO THE POINT OF REVERSE
CURVE- THENCE CONTINUE AND W
ALONG RIGHT OF WAY OF date has
CEDAR COURT AND SAID public he
CURVE HAVING A RADIUS OF County (
50.00 FEET AND BEING CON- sider the
CAVE TO THE NORTHEAST cising its
(CHORD = 99.08', CHORD Chapter 1
BEARING = S 78�'41'35" El utes to ,
FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF continue,
143.50 FEET TO THE POINT claim any
OF TANGENCY; THENCE DE- public in
PARTING SAID CEDAR COURT scribed pi
RIGHT OF WAY GO SOUTH
72 DEGREES 51 MINUTES 39 NOW T
SECONDS EAST ALONG THE ested pe
SOUTH LINE OF LOT 42 generally
BLOCK 2 OF EAST BAY RIVER public he
ESTATES FOR A DISTANCE OF mentioned
323 39 FEET- THENCE GO by the B
SOUTH 32 DEGREES 30 MIN- missioner
UTES 57 SECONDS EAST FOR County, F
A DISTANCE OF 694.28 FEET- sioners I
THENCE GO SOUTH 55 DE- Santa Re
AGREES 38 MINUTES 08 SEC- live Cen
ONDS WEST ALONG THE Caroline
NORTH LINE OF LOT 10 AND on the
LOT 11, BLOCK 2 OF EAST 2007, at
BAY RIVER ESTATES FOR A DIS- cst/cdst,
TANCE OF 278.80 FEET; as the m
THENCE GO SOUTH 77 DE- e'ed.
GREES 12 MINUTES 32 SEC-
ONDS WEST FOR A DIS- All inter
TANCE OF 509.26 FEET; take notice
THENCE GO SOUTH 80 DE- appeal c
AGREES 21 MINUTES 13 SEC- the Board
BONDS WEST FOR A DIS- signers v
TANCE OF 171.21 FEET; ter coming
THENCE GO NORTH 84 WD- said mee
AGREES 58 MINUTES 21 SEC- ual respo
ONDS WEST FOR A DIS- record of
TANCE OF 164.60 FEET; appealing
THENCE GO NORTH 81 DE- purpose
GREES 51 MINUTES 56 SEC- ihat a v
BONDS WEST ALONG THE proceediA
NORTH LINE. OF LOTS 1 record s
THROUGH 4 BLOCK 2 OF money an
EAST BAY RIVER ESTATES FOR which th
A DISTANCE OF 616.93 FEET based. I
TO THE NORTHWEST COR- appear c
NER OF LOT 1, BLOCK 2; heard wi
THENCE GO SOUTH 08 DE- ter.
GREES 08 MINUTES 05 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG THE 072507
WEST LINE OF LOT 1, BLOCK 072507
2 FOR A DISTANCE OF 7/808
280.00 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
PARCEL "B"
BEGIN AT THE NORTHEAST Leg. 7/80
CORNER OF LOT 1, BLOCK 1 E
OF THE PLAT "EAST BAY RIVER RESOLU'
ESTATES" AS RECORDED IN WHERE
PLAT BOOK "C" PAGE 102 W R
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF ris, PETI
SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR- County C
IDA- THENCE GO SOUTH 00 Rosa GCo
DEGREES 29 MINUTES 14 abandon,
SECONDS EAST ALONG THE ounce 0
EAST LINE OF SAID LOT 1 FOR the public
A DISTANCE OF 145.00 FEET ing descri
THENCE GO NORTH 89 DE- , i
GREES 30 MINUTES 46 SEC- The olle
ONDS EAST ALONG THE lots 4 I
NORTH LINE OF LOT 3 through
BLOCK 1 OF SAID SUBDIVI' Flordat
SION 300.00 FEET TO THE corded i
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF 76, of
YOPON DRIVE (50' R/WL; Santa Row
THENCE GO SOUTH 00 DD- A w
GREES 29 MINUTES 14 SEC- AND W
BONDS EAST ALONG SAID Couny,
RIGHT OF WAY FOR A DIS- mine to
TANCE OF 136.64 FEET TO for the
THE POINT OF CURVATURE the adviN
OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO abandon
THE NORTHWEST HAVING A and
RADIUS OF 25.00 FEET W A
(CHORD = 31.60' CHORD WHERE
BEARING = S 38�2'4'39" WI Commissi
FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF 12th dai
34.21 FEET TO THE POINT OF ducted s
REVERSE CURE, THENCE GO cnfornily
ALONG SAID CURVE HAVING lion oftnh
A RADIUS OF 300.00 FEET BE- W
ING CONCAVE TO THE WHEREA
SOUTHEAST AND BEING ON comment
THE NORTHWEST RIGHT OF cation of
WAY OF CEDAR COURT ri'ats-taf-v
(CHORD = 304.46' CHORD fully odvi
BEARING = S 47�26'21" W) miped t
FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF will be
319.32 FEET TO THE POINT tcted hI
OF TANGENCY; THENCE oningo s'
CONTINUE ALONG SAID fore,
RIGHT OF WAY SOUTH 16 DE- R
GREES 51 MINUTES 38 SEC- BE IT RE
BONDS WEST FOR A DIS-of Coun
TANCE OF 304.29 FEET TO Santa R.
THE POINT OF CURVATURE that the
OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO herein si
THE NORTHWEST HAVING A are here
RADIUS OF 25.00 FEET and all
(CHORD - 28.87' CHORD shall rewv
BEARING = S 52�07'31" WI the proper
FOR AN ARC DISTANCE OF PPV
30.78 FEET TO THE POINT OF APPROVE
REVERSE CURVE THENCE GO a vote of
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY absent, e
AND CURVE BEING CON- Commissi
CAVE TO THE SOUTHEAST CountyF
HAVING A RADIUS OF 50.00 of July, 2(
FEET (CHORD = 63.77', 7
CHORD BEARING S 072507
47�45'38" Wf FOR AN ARC 072507
DISTANCE OF 69.15 FEET; 7/809
THENCE DEPARTING SAID
RIGHT OF WAY GO NORTH
81 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 19
SECONDS WEST FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 42.31 FEET'
THENCE GO NORTH 81 DE-
GREES 51 MINUTES 46 SEC-
ONDS WEST FOR A DIS-
TANCE OF 119.27 FEET; Leg. 810
THENCE GO SOUTH 28 DE-
GREES 08 MINUTES 56 SEC- NOTICE
BONDS EAST FOR A DISTANCE IN5--
OF 8.60 FEET' THENCE GO
NORTH 81 DEGREES 52 MIN- WHERE
UTES 08 SECONDS WEST rep resent
FOR A DISTANCE OF 233.62 Heshmar
FEET; THENCE GO NORTH 36 cate, abc
DEGREES 49 MINUTES 46 renounce
SECONDS WEST FOR A DIS- of the pu
TANCE OF 38.08 FEET TO lowing c
THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY wilt:
OF HIGHWAY 87 (R/W VAR-
IES); THENCE GO NORTH 08 THAT PO
DEGREES 07 MINUTES 48 NOLIA I
SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID AND TI
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY FOR GOVERN
A DISTANCE OF 656.64 FEET' TION 3
THENCE CONTINUE ALONG SOUTH
SAID RIGHT OF WAY NORTH SANTA R


09
TION
S Keith and Fran Har-
'IONED the Board of
Commissioners of Santa
unty Florida, to vacate,
discontinue and re-
ny interest and right of
c in and to the Follow-
ibed property to-wit:
lway located between
irou h 6 and lots 7
9 of block 30 in the
wn Subdivision as re-
n Deed Book A-8, oage
the public records of
so County, Florida.
IHEREAS, The Board of
Commissioners deter-
have a public hearing
purpose of considering
ability of vacating and
ing said rights-atway,

S, the Board of County
owners have on this the
y of Julyr 2007, con-
aid public hearing in
ty to the said publica-
ieir intent, and
S, after hearing all
Concerning said va-
b the above described
nay the Board, being
sed, and it being deter-
hat the public interest
best served and pro-
i vacating and abon-
aid rights-of-way, there-

SOLVED by the Board
ity Commissioners of
Rosa County, Florida,
said rights-of-way as
set out and described
by vacated and any
interest to the public
erit to and be vested in
er owners thereof.
ED AND ADOPTED by
3 yeas, 0 nays, and 2
of the Board of County
loners of Santa Rosa
Florida, this 12th day
)07.


OF PUBLIC HEAR-

S, Kerry Anne Schultz
ing Marie C
i, Tas petitioned to va-
indon, discontinue and
any interest and right
ublie in and to the tol-
described property to

RTION OF THE MAG-
DRIVE RIGHT-OF-WAY
HE REMAINDER OF
MENT LOT 2 OF SEC-
30, TOWNSHIP 2
RANGE 27 WEST,
OSA COUNTY, FLOOR


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;EES 55 .ii 71 33
S EAST :, - DIS-
OF 252.77 FEET;
GO NORTH 89 DE
3 MINUTES 17 SEC-
AST FOR A DISTANCE
66 FEET TO THE IN-
ON OF THE SOUTH-
HT OF WAY OF TUR-
F ROAD SAID POINT
ON A CURVE HAVING
IS OF 811.09 FEET;
GO ALONG SAID
)F WAY AND CURVE
CONCAVE TO THE
NEST (CHORD
CHORD BEARING =
15" E) FOR AN ARC
OE F 153.99 FEET
POINT OF REVERSE
THENCE CONTINUE
SAID RIGHT OF WAY
SERVE HAVING A RA-
884.35 FEET (CHORD
, CHORD BEARING =
56" E) FOR AN ARC
E OF 93.66 FEET;
DEPARTING SAID
IF WAY GO SOUTH
REES 29 MINUTES 14
DS EAST FOR A DIS-
OF 29.67 FEET TO
IT OF BEGINNING.
HEREAS, a time and
been established for a
aring For the Board of
Commissioners to con-
advisability of exer-
authority pursuant to
336 of the general sat-
vacate, abandon, dis-
renounce and dis-
y right or interest of the
and to the above de-
roperty.
HEREFORE, all inter-
rsons and the public
are directed that a
earinq upon the above
d Petition, shall be held
Board of County Corm-
rs of Santa Rosa
Florida, in the Commis-
Meeting Room in the
isa County Administra-
ter located at 6495
Street, Milton, Florida
9th day of August,
the hour of 9:30 a.m.
or as soon thereafter
natter can be consid-

ested parties should
ce that if they decide to
many decision made by
d of County Commis-
'ith respect to any mat-
a before said Board at
tFina, it is their individ-
nsibility to insure that a
f proceedings they are
a exists and for such
hey will need to insure
erbatim record of the
nigs is made which
hall include the testi-
id the evidence upon
heir appeal is to be
interested parties may
it the meeting and be
ith respect to this mal-


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wanted '00-Pete-Tri Axle truck.
Need - Class A-CDL clean
MVR. Local work, some
weekends.

850-623-4146


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SAID LOT 24, A DISTANCE OF 2 SOUTH RANGE 27 F'T ALONG SAID NORTHERLY appealing exists and for such
54.81 FEET TO A POINT ON SANTA ROSA COUNTY, I *: PROJECTION, A DISTANCE OF purpose they will need to insure
THE WEST LINE OF THE EAST IDA AND CONTAINING 182 4.35 FEET TO THE POINT OF thaf a verbatim record of the
S r . SQUARE FEET OF LAND; AND BEGINNING. BEING A PFOR- proceedings is made which
TION OF SECTION 30, record shall include the testi-
S .- BEGIN AT THE NORTHWEST TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, RANGE many and the evidence upon
S . - . CORNER OF LOT 25 IN 27 WEST, SANTA ROSA which their appeal is to be
S" :.BLOCK 4 OF WOODLAWN COUNTY, FLORIDA AND based. Interested parties may
S, ii. BEACH SUBDIVISION AS RE- CONTAINING 311 SQUARE appear at the meeting and be
i . -r iT CORDED IN PLAT BOOK "A" FEET OF LAND. heard with respect to this mat-
SI . : - AT PAGE 43 OF THE PUBLIC ter.
S" RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA AND WHEREAS, a time and
SLOCK i .i-I : *: COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE date has been established for a 072507
S" F. i. - Ii GO SOUTH 76 DEGREES 30 public hearing for ihe Board of 072507
-. . .. . -1. i iMINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST County Commissioners to con- 7/.810
. ALONG THE WESTERLY PRO- side he advisability of exercis-
: JECTION OF THE NORTH LINE in its authority pursuant to
OF SAID LOT 25, A DISTANCE C apter 336 ofat the general stat-
: OF 53.41 FEET TO A POINT utes to vacate, abandon, dis-
.- . iO : .- ' ON THE AGREED UPON continue, renounce and dis-
25 A i i i BOUNDARY LINE BETWEEN claim any right or interest of the
FEET TO Til- HERSHMAN AND PREISSER; public in and to the above de- I
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY THENCE GO NORTH 00 DE- scribed property. '
LINE OF SOUNDSIDE DRIVE GREES 26 MINUTES 59 SEC-
ISTATE ROAD S-19170 FOOT BONDS WEST ALONG SAID NOW THEREFORE, all inter-- 1110 I
RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE GO BOUNDARY LINE A DIS- ested persons and the public
EASTERLY ALONG THE TANCE OF 7.75 FEET TO A generally are directed Ihal a Publisher's
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY public hearing. upon the above Notice
LINE OF SAID SOUNDSIDE RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF mentioned Petion, shall be held Freedom ommnia-
DRIVE AND ALONG A CURVE SOUNDSIDE DRIVE (STATE by the Board of County Com- m ommunica
TO THE LEFT HAVING A RA- ROAD S-191, 70 FOOT missioners of Santa Rosa tions, Inc. (dba Santa
DIUS OF 2899.93 DELTA AN- RIGHT-OF-WAY); THENCE GO County, Florida, in the Commis- Rosa's Press Gazette and
GLE OF 01 DEGREES 20 MIN- EASTERLY ALONG THE sioners Meeting Room in the the Santa Rosa Free
UTES 34 SECONDS AND SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY Santa Rosa County Administra- th r
CHORD BEARING AND DIS- LINE OF SAID SOUNDSIDE Live Center located at 6495 Press) reserves the right
TANCE OF NORTH 78 DE- DRIVE AND ALONG A CURVE Caioline Street, Milton, Florida, to censor, reclassify, re-
GREES 55 MINUTES 20 SEC- TO THE LEFT HAVING A RA- on the 91h day of August, vise, edit or reject any
ONDS EAST - 67.97 FEET, AN DIUS OF 2899.93 DELTA AN- 2007 at the hour of 9:30 a.m. -
ARC DISTANCE OF 67.97 GLE OF 01 DEGREES 02 MIN- cst/ccst, or as soon thereafter advertisement not mee=-
FEET TO ITS INTERSECTION UTES 34 SECONDS AND as the mailer can be consid- ing its standards of ac-
WITH A NORTHERLY PROJEC- CHORD BEARING AND DIS- ered. ceptance. Submission of
TION OF THE WEST LINE OF TANCE OF NORTH 80 DE-
THE EAST 53.3 FEET OF SAID GREES 06 MINUTES 55 SEC- All interested parties should a vertisement does not
LOT 24 THENCE GO SOUTH ONDS EAST - .52.78 FEET, AN take notice that if they decide to constitute an agreement
00 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 00 ARC DISTANCE OF 52.78 ,-r--l .ny decision made by to publish said adver-
SECONDS WEST ALONG FEET TO ITS ,NTERSECTION ..- : :.. of County Commis- tisement. Publication of
SAID NORTHERLY PROJEC- WITH A NOR"HiRLY PROJEC- sioners with respect to any mat- a
TION, A DISTANCE OF 1,39 TION OF THE ST LINE OF ter coming before sc;l .-. I .i an advertisement does
FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- SAID LOT 25- "HENCE GO said meeting, it is '.,. ..J. . not constitute an agree-
GINNING. BEING A PORTION SOUTH00D OREES 00 MIN ual responsibility to insure hat a ment for continued publi-
OF SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP UTES 00 SECONDS WEST record of proceedings they are cation.


ACROSS
1. A bottle that contains
a drug
5. Mated
9. The "C" in CO2
11. Took a trip on a boat
13. Stimulates
15. Price to get on a bus
or trolley
16. Container for storage
17. Summer footwear
19. Used to fry eggs in
20. Six (Spanish)
22. Thomas .,
American patriot
23. Egyptian goddess
24. Insect repellent
26. I.M. , architect
27. Soviet city
28. Gulf of, in the Aegean
30. Short-billed rails
32. The common gull
of Eurasia and north-
eastern
N. America
33. Ancient Egyptian king
34. Italian city
36. Infections; aches
38. Herb . San
Francisco columnist
39. The cry made by
sheep
41. Evergreen trees and
shrubs having oily,
one-seeded fruits
43. Bert , Oz lion


44. Pertai or con-
taining go r con
46. Mass of matter
48. Actress Thurman
49. An eight-sided poly-
gon
51. France: shortened
form
52. Denunciations
54. A spirited, graceful
and intelligent riding
horse native to Arabia
56. Stirs; excites
57. Conical parts
58. Smallest bills
59. Arthur__,
Wimbledon champion

DOWN
1. Made different in
some way
2. Literary sarcasms
3. __ Dhabi, Arabian
capital
4. Not a gain
5. Pubs
6. Moroccan coastal
region
7. Passes, as in time
8. Cause to run off
the tracks
9. Taxis
10. Tide
11. A discount on prices
12. Hideaways
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14. Noises made using
the friction between
two fingers
15. Type genus of the
Canidae
18. "Live And Let
21. More disreputable
23. In an angry way
25. Made of wood
27. W. Bolivian city
29. To have something
31. Word element mean-
ing ear
34. Pertaining to a particu-
lar large African desert
35. Edges
36. Goatlike antelope
of central Eurasia hav-
ing a stubby, pro-
boscis-like nose
37. Egotistical
38. Wilson
40. Macaws
42. Expose to the circula-
tion of air for purifica-
tion
43. Stringed instrument
44. Scores on the serve
45. Mine wagon
47. Supernatural force
49. Lyric poems
50. Ancient Japanese reli-
gious center
53. Dined
55. School transportation


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Veterans
Helping
Veterans
needs your men's
clothing, unwanted or
broken computers.
995-9955 or 449-8856



1160
Lost Dog
Lost male miniature
schnauzer by the name
of Dox. He is black with
white chest and white
feet. Last seen 7/10 in
Ventura Estates off Old
Bagdad Hwy.



1170
Found in Winn Dixie
parking lot. Wed. July
1th, tan, gray & black.
25 Ibs male dog.
623-9075



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




ADBA Registered Pit Bull
puppies. $300 obo.
81-1423

AKC miniature schnauzer
puppies. Home raised
parents on the property.
Read 7/20/07.
$350.00 Exceptinq de-
posits now.623-3744 or
776-5551 or 529-6250

AKC Shelties. Sable &
White. All shots &
papers. $400.00. Avail-
able August 3rd at 8
weeks t age) 623-1945

Beautiful AKC Re is-
tered West Hiahland Ter-
rier Puppies. Ready July
26.2 males and 3 e-
males. (850) 994-1554
www. normaswesties.com

Lab puppies AKC, choc.
8 wks. Shots & health
certs. Very cule. $400.
Call 850-944-5433

Shih Ezu puppies
2-female brown with
white soxs 7 weeks old
re istered. $450
957-2510 can email pic-
tures.


2130 II1 3230
Goats for-sale. Milton
994-1554


I 2110

2- Blue Point Siamese
kittens. 3 mths old. free to
a good home. 623-6058
: -cmputo..





Free Chickens
623-5916


| 3190 -�
32" CRT TV
Flat screen, HDTV Sony
We a. $500. Call (865)
223-1916
For sale
2- 9x 10 Kicker Speakers
Kicke, b.-. 10 Amplifier
with .j aL..abi-ebase,
panisonic adjustable face
stereo. $550.00 takes it .
all. 417-3796 or
623-0692
Stereo
Component
Equipment
JVC dual cassette player/
recorder, $75.
Five disc CD player with
remote, $75.
Both items in good cond.
and obo. 862-3297


3220
5' Computer desk with
hutch excellent condi-
tion. File drawer and pull
out shelf for printer, etc.
Lots of storage space.
$125. (850) 994-0767
Bought new this Janu-
ary selling at 1/2 price.
2 reclining chairs with
matching double reclin-
ing sofa. Material micro-
suede, color basil.
623-0847
German Dining Set
Table, 4 chairs with a
bench, Hutch, bakers
rack all matching. All
real wood. Computer
desk and boys bicycle
call for more info.
623-6733


| 3230
Milton
2-Family Garage Sale
Fri. & Sat. July 27th &
28th 8am-12pm. Misc.
furniture, decorative,
Christmas baby items
household goods. 5774
Melrose Drive.
Milton
Friday & Saturday
July 27th & 28th
7am-1 2pm
5852 Parsons Rd. off of
Pine Blossom. Household,
tools, canoe.


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Name & Win
. Fin youi name in the Classified

Section of Wednesday's or
Saturday's Press Gazette and you

win $5.00 and 1 -Free Adult Buffet & Drink
from CiCi's Pizza.
Bring proof of Identification by our Milton

office before the date of next publication and

pick Lup your money & certificate



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6629 Elva St., Milton - 623-2120 ',;;:


WANTED


Garage Sale
Fri. & Sat. 7/27 & 7/28
8am until. Something for
everyone. 6754 Harvell
St.
Milton
3-Family Yard Sale
Fri & Sat. July 27th &
28th 8am till. Women's
clothes 12-26+ (some for-
mal wear): Men s
Ige-X-lge: furniture - Of-
fIce equipment, bicycles,
ots of miscellaneous
items. Cah, checks, or
credit cards. 994-0767
Milton
Moving Sale 27th &
28th 7-12 6284 Starhill
Drive off Dogwood.
Furniture, appliances,
household items.
Milton
Yard sale
Saturday, July 28th
5425 Kauffman Road, off
Avalon Blvd. Cleaning
house, something for
everyone. 8am-Tpm
Pace
-Moving Sale'
Fri. 7/27 & Sat. 7/28
7am- 3pm. 4663
Chumuckla Hwy, Pace
Pace
Multi-Family Yard Sale
2811 Destinee Lane off
Quintette. Clothes,
Furniture,misc. 7/28
8a.m. until
Pace
Multi-Family yard sale
7:00-12:00 7/27 and
7/28 6450 Quintette
Rd., Pace. Furniture,
clothing, log splitter,
misc.
Yard Sale
Bagdad
Thursday only 7/26
8am until late 4532
Church Street, Bagdad
Furniture, toys household
items & much more.





1849
31 Caliber
Colt Revolver
All numbers match. Ex-
cellent condition.
$2300. Call 678-8941
after 6pm





Double D Farms
Fresh produce
Try our peas &
butterbeansand juicy
watermelons Also availa-
ble our famous onions.
Hwy 89 Norlh at Allen-
town, Florida. Closed
Sundays. 983-6925.or
293-9752



S 3280 ]
1994 "Janitrol" 2 &
1/2 ton Hih Efficiency
Heat Pumpnygste m. Coil
needs welding. Other
wise, excellent condition.
$200.00. Lee at
623-1945




Bikes and equipment
for sale. One older
Schwin bike (in great
shape), one new Bianchi
Advantige bike, new
rack & new helmet.
983-1308
Pancake air
compressor, Bosche
framing nailer, Hatache
roofing nailer Bosche
brand nailers-2, all for
$500.00. New condi-
tion. 232-6503




Golf Clubs Men's, la-
dies and kids. 1-10 Gar-
con Flea Market, Exit 26,
indoors. Iron sets, wood
sets, drivers, fairway
woods, wedges and club
re air.
* saturday & Sunday
9am-5pm
Sanchez Golf Shop


EMPLOYMENTT
4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
4120 - Sales
4130 - Employment
Information


4100
Caregivers
Now hiring Santa Rosa
County. Non-medical
caregivers. Companion,
respite, homemaker, in
home support & trans-
port. TLCCaregivers
57-0920
Driver
Local Dump Trk
Driver wanted.
'00-Pete-Tri Axle Truck.
Need Class A-CDL-Cleahn
MVR. Local work, some
weekends. Call
850-623-4146
Drivers

CARRIERS
The NW Florida Daily
News is looking to fill
several re ular routes
and on-call substitute
openings in the follow-
ing areas:
* Sandestin
* DeFuniak Springs
* Crestview
* Walton County
* Okaloosa Island
All positions require
valid driver license,
clean driving record,
dependable transpor-
tation and proof of auto
insurance.
Applications accepted
Mon - Fri 9am- 4pm,
200 NW Racetrack Rd,
Ft. Walton Beach. No
phone calls.



Daily


News


Drivers
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
Training.
1-866-280-5309


Drivers AAA Choice
Hogan offers Home
Weekly and a $4000
sign on Bonus Call for
Details Class A and 3
months experience re-
quired No Hazmat
needed EOE
800-444-6042


Help Wanted
Earr $800-$3200
Monthly to drive brand
new cars with ads placed
on them.
www.AdCarDrive.com


Immediate position
available. Receptionist /
Secretary for accounting
firm. Part/Full time.
Send resume to:
4517 Woodbine Rd.
Pace, FL 32571 or
fax to (850) 995-3372


Looking for work
Older experienced
caregiver for elderly.
Looking to assist your
loved one in your home.
850-981-3937


Milton
Wanted Part-time
handyman. No experi-
ence necessary.
626-8973


CNAs

Needed for home health

positions. Day, night

1 and weekend


work available,

Call

995-0599


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ThmThumb


Maintenance Technician
A Company vehicle is provided!

Tom Thumb Food Stores is currently accepting resumes
or applications for a Maintenance Technician. Our
convenience stores are proud to be a part of the Kroger
Corporation, currently operating more than 790 stores
in 16 states throughout America,

Our Maintenace Technician must have a Refrigeration
Certification, a valid Driver's License and own hand tools.!.

We offer competitive salary with excellent benefit
package including major medical, dental, tuition
reimbursement, life insurance and investment/savings
opportunities.

Salary based on experience.

Reply to: Tom Thumb Food Stores
Attn: Jerome Edmondson
PO Box 847
Crestview, FL 32536
Fax: (850) 678-2196 ext. 122
EOE/Drug-Free Workplace d


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Milton 2/BR 1/BA Mobile
Rent to Own. Nice Home $500/mth Dep.
3/2, 1400sF 6263 and ref. 850-537-6222
Hidden Place 850-499-7412
324-0494
North Milton Milton


6140 - House Rentals 3/ C home,
6150 - Rmna e Waunted ,3/2 Brick home, on Sin-
6160 - Rooms tar Rett clair. $800/mth
61 - 0,ot ie HoRnme/tais $500/deposit no pets.
6100 - Timeshare Rentals Bay Crest Realty.
200 - Vacation Rentas 994-7918

3BD/2BA with garage,
6100 fireplace and fenced
yard. All appliances and
Pea Ridge washer & dryer included.
No pets. No smokers.
Commercial Business $925/mo (850)
Location. Hwy 90-Large 366-0212
block building & office
across from Wal-mart in
Pace. $3000/month
Available 9/1/07 [ 61so |-
Janet Coulter 206-36666
Pace
3BR/1V2BA to share
with mother and daugh-
| 6110 ter. All house privelages
utilities included.
Milton $450/month with
Apt For Rent $100/deposit. Small
2BD/1BA dog ok. Call 995-1125
$600mo/$250dep or 463-4103
Call 983-2969
Milton
FOR RENT: 1
ALL utilities included | 6170
Electricity, Cable, DSL. Milton
Downtown Milton, very
private 2 acres on creek. 2BR 1 /BA fenced in
Patio, large fireplace, for- yard, Central Air condi-
mal living room, dining, fionina & washer in-
private parking, all ce- cluded. $550/mth $550
ment circle drive bar, deposit. Available imme-
butcher block table, diately. 450-6840
Kitchen overlooking -
patio and creek, also ap- Milton
proved for ALL disabili-
ties. CH/A, furnished or 3/2 Doublewide, total
unfurnished. Linens, TVs, electric. East Gate Mo-
microwave, dishes, mail- bile Home Ranch.
box, small appliances. 626-8973
Just bring clothes.
$795+Dep. 1 or 2 bed- Milton
rooms. 850-983-8195 For rent with option to
buy 14 x 70 3/1 2004
or 005 model. East
Gate Mobile Home
6140 Ranch. 626-8973
R-4- ..-Milton


Dagaaa Area
3/BR 1/BA on 1 acre
of land. Great condition
775/mth
775/deposit.
4366 Woodville Rd
Non-smoking environ-
ment. Janet Coulter
206-3666
Cash for houses.
Closing in 2 weeks. Call
777-4342 or 232-8663
Jay


2004 or 2005 3/1
14 x 70 East Gate Mo-
bile Home Ranch.
626-8973
Pace
Do you want Low
Payments plus owner
to pay up to $4000 in
closing cost and
$10 00 Instant
Equity in your home?
3/2 doublewide on
great lot. New appli-
ances new carpet new
AC/Heat & new deck.
Reduced to $68,900.00
Call Woody
850-384-4300
Agent/Top 10 Properties


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



Susan Walker




1993 Oldsmobile


New Orleans, Cutlass Supreme. Runs
s - good, cold air, new tires,
Louisiana ~ new brakes. $1200 obo.
Potential Bed & 516-3046 or 516-7458
Breakfast 1997 Mustang Cobra
in Historic Faubourg Excellent condition black
Marigny District. 2 story on black, very fast.
home with off street park- $10,000 obo.
ing, balcony view of 232-6503
downtown New Orleans
skyline. Stained glass 2004 Ford Mustang
doors & windows, hard V-6, 40th Anniversary
wood floors. $480,000. Edition. 41,000 miles,
Ask for Greg (504) auto, full power Silver
460-5408 or email: convertible. $15,000.
glewiscont@hotmail.com 995-0665


Buick Park Avenue,
1999 V-6, automatic,
every option, dual com-
fort zones, new Michelin
tires, low mileage, mint
condition. White with
grey leather interior.
Great gas mileage.
$749500 983-2296 or
206-4008
Dodge Intrepid, 2001
Clean with coLd A/C .
96,000 miles
$4,500 obo
221-7136
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048




2004 GMC Yukon XLT
38,500 miles fully
loaded. White with tan
leather. Owner trans-
fered. $24,650.
449-3084
2006 Chrysler Pacifica
man extras 24,000 mi-
les. Asking $22,000.
623-6733



8130
1999 Ford F-250 XLT
Super duly 7.3 turbo die-
sel, quad cab LWB, auto-
matic, all leather, new ti-
res. Excellent condition.
$13,500 obo.
983-2296


8130
2005 Dodge Ram
Lonestar Edition SLT
Quad Cab 4x2. 18,200
miles, DVD player, side
rails, locked bed cover.
$19,800.
850-512-7756 or
canadaFd2000@yahoo
cam




Ford Windstar-1998, V6
with front & rear A/C.
Clean and runs good
$2 900.00 negotiable
Call 995-2587




Honda Shadow red
2006 with 2,100 miles
$4,500 OBO.
221-2522




14ft V-hull, fiberglass,
with trailer. Trailer rebuilt
with new parts. Boat
re-finished with new
hardware and new seats.
Must see. $2,000
626-7765

For Sale
Kawaski Bayou 300
- 4 wheeler. Good for
deer hunting. sh
Asking $1,00 cash.
(850) 995-5719


Prices are after all rebates, including Chrysler Financial bonus cash. All venlcles subject to pnor sale. Plus
tax, tag, fees and $269 pre-delivery service charge. Dealer not responsible for typographical errors. ale
prices good on day of ad. Jeep is a registered trademark of Daimler Chrysler CorporaIon. Chrysler Is a
registered trademark of Daimler Chrysler Corporation. *See dealer for details,86277


Quite, clean 2/1 CH &
A, all electric, covered
deck, storage. $425/mth
includes water, garbage
& sewer. $20/per mth
each addition person.
$425/deposit.
623-9902 or 375-4515
Milton
Marlboro Village 3
BR/i 1/2 BA. Nice
Yard. $475.00 Mth.
$475 Dep. 723-2532
Pace


1BR house or 2BR 1/1 Mobile Home in
Trailer. Partly furnished. Park. $435/th water
300/deposit . and arba furnished.
$350/rent. No pets. yBn arbtae ty
ypets. B es e0t0
675-6614 994-7918
Jay Pace
2/1 newly renovated
with large fenced yard 3/2 14x70 Mobile
$700mo/$400dep Home $625/mth
850 675-0604 $300/deposit. No pets.
850 324-6399 Total electric. Off Guern-
J / sey Rd. Bay Crest Realty
Jay/Milton/Pace 994-7918


Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
94-5703

Milton
*3/2 Home, 6569
Starboard Dr. Milton
$900*
*3/2.5 Home On Ca-
nal 4171 Snapper
Ave. East Milton
$1150
3/2 Home, 5811 Cen-
tral School Rd., Allen-
town $900
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077

Milton
1200sf 2/BD2/BA
vaulted ceilings, large
kitchen, new carpet in
quiet neighborhood. No
pets. $745/$745. Call
995-4831
Milton
3/BR 2/BA, double-car
gara e new tile & car-
pet. ,ilitay clause hon-
ored. $975/mth
$900/deposit. Call
850-501-0273
Milton
5568 Debbie Dr
3/2, 1400sq ft, 1 car
garage. Berryhill/Hobbs
school zone. Call Janet
Coulter 206-3666
$900mth/$900sec dep
Available 9/1
Milton
3BR/2BA. $725.00
Mth. 6528 Julia Drive
Skyline Heights Subdivi-
sion. 850-232-9700
Milton
6416 Misty Lake Dr.
3BD/2BA-AI electric
secluded in town
location. NO PETS
References and lease
required. $900+$700
Sec Dep After 4pm call
850-593-6015
Weekends only call
850-718-6644
Milton
6965 Summit Place
3BD/2BA ,1900sq ft, 2
car garage, 2 acres on
culde sac $1 ,100/mth.
Available 9/1/07
Call Janet Coulter
206-3666
Milton
Blackwater Bay.
New. 3 BR/2 BA Water-
view and access. Quiet.
Beautiful. $1200 Mth.
$1200 Dep. 723-2532





The All New!

Jay

Apartments
FULLY RENOVATED
ONE, TWO, AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS
NOW AVAILABLE
W.A.C.

850-983-6995


Pace
Mobile home for rent.
Nice and clean.
2BD/1BA with central
h/a, all electric and
garbage pickup in-
cluded no pets
$425/$400
(850) 623-1601
Pea Ridge
2BD/1BA total electric
mobile home in park with
water & garbage
included -450 month &
$200 deposit. No pets.
Bay Crest realty
994-7918
'e


I 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
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HOLT, FL ~ NEW
CONSTRUCTION
4 br, 3 ba, 2 cg, all
brick. Rent, Buy Rent-to-
own. 850-897-0072 or
866 805-6914
www., WeAreHomeFinders.com
Milton
3BD/1BA, completely
renovated with new roof,
new appliances, ceiling
fans, and fenced yard.
6568 Julia Drive
$94,900
470-9898
Milton
Lakefront, 2BD/1.5BA
brick with new
roof/windows on
1 acre. 1,028sf living
area $137,000
5524 Whisper Lane
850 995-1373 or
850 449-8424



Milton
Commercial 1.5 acres
Route 87.
850-982-4501



Berrydale
2.9 acres +/-
Beautiful building site,
some restrictions, city
water $59,500.
For sale by owner.
(251)970-1358
Milton
4080 Raven Street
Cash is king
324-0494


REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Conto/Townhoase


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' . ig, ., 850-313-1257 , Racing Supplies Fill Dirt Brown Dirt
or Welding All Types . Limestone Crushed Asphalt
LICErSED AND INSURED 850-626-6864 - " High Temp Pressure Washing Driveway Culverts
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i - ..., ... � W H Certified Landscape Professional . ,
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Backhoe Work C Stump Removal * Land Clearing Interior - Exterior ~ Residential . prnkler Svy',em-
l Stump & Tree Removal 7 Dirt Work - Debris Removal complete Flower ,ed *..n ana
Hurricane Clean-up 0 Senior Citizen Discount. . ~ Dry Wall ~ Pressure Cleaning - -sc.d, ra"n. ...
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No Job Too Big or Small Wallpapering Carpentry Work . oConsulian,.,on .e ,,r
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Cement Masone Interior & Exteriv TREEo
' Cement IiMaSOn Land Clearing. and all tractor Interior & Exterior
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Patios Driveways 1-Valks , CoF
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Free Estimales Quality work ' ' . Call for Free Ouote!re.: ai
No job too small Atiordabie prices NO JOB TOO SMALL! Licensed & Insured 'I
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850-994- 7 Phone: 850) 957-4952 Phone: (850) 206-5370 ,850)3;4..1 '
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