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WEDNESDAY

6.JSeptember 5, 2007
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Florida Plaza toll takers at the Garcon Point Bridge are asking
motorists to dig a little deeper into their pockets as the toll
increased on Saturday from $3.00 to $3.50 per vehicle. The
cause for the increase is due to a' shortfall in the amount col-
lected at the plaza versus the annual payment due to retire
the bonds sold to build the bridge.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


Woman is murdered


at Navarre Beach


A Georgia woman was
found murdered in her vaca-
tion home in Navarre Beach
Sunday morning.
The identity of the vic-
tim and the suspect in the
Santa Rosa County homicide
has been released. The sus-
pect has been charged with an
open count of murder.
William Hugh Grindle,
Jr., 43, of Newman, Ga., is
charged with murder in con-
nection with the death of 45-
year old Deborah L.
Cameron, also of Newman,
Ga.
On September 02, shortly
after 0430 hours, Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office
Deputies were called to a
rental home located at 7374
Grand Navarre Blvd., Navarre


Beach, FL, in reference to a
homicide.
The caller called 911 stat-
ing that a female in the resi-
dence had -
been .
killed. - Grindle, r.
When
deputies . '
arrived,
they found
a woman,
later iden-ted' for the Labor
tified as Weekend by a large group
Cameron,AVARRE Page 5A
deceased
in a bed- Grindle, Jr.
r o o m
inside the rental home.
The rental home was
being rented' for the Labor
Day Weekend by a large group
See NAVARRE Page 5A


Meth Mess


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Friday morning the Sannta Ro'sa
County Sheriff's (-)ttice Narcoiic,
Unit, with the assistance of the Sa'ntai
Rosa County Sheriff' Ollice S\\AT
team and the Okajlosa Ciunt[\
Sheriff's Office SW\AT tean. eecut-
ed a search war-
rant on the home
of Joseph Virgil
McCreless, locat-
ed in the 5400m
block of Calvary
Church Road
(A llIento w n
Community).
Intelligence
had been gathered
concerning
McCreless in ref- McCreless
erence to his man-
ufacturing, possession. and ditribu-
tion of methampheanmiie b lsheriftt'
officials.
As SWAT and Narcotkics el\ecutedd
the search warrant, NlcCrele'. \'i;
found hiding in a secret comparnrient
in the master bathoiinim c'f the re.i-
dence - nude.
The compartment , a' hidden
underneath the
false floor ot a cab-
inet, which allo,,ed
McCreless to hide
inside the cabinet.
even after ii ta
o p ,e n e 0 'n.
McCreless' girl-
friend, Marsha Gail
Richardson, was
also located inside
the residence.
Both, suspects Richardson
were detained and a
methodical search \\,a ionductied
throughout the residence. During the
search approximately ,,ramn of
methamphetamine v ere located in the


houe.


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methamphetamine im liq-
uid Iorm v as seized from in out
building on the properly in which
McCreless had been producing
methjmphetanmine.
Drug paraphernalia \'.as al-w,
seized from the residence. Also
seized from the residence were
numerous improvised homemade
dec ices used to assist in the manu-
facturing of methamphetamine. A
larce amount of chenumical used to
produce methamnphetamine were
found, to include some substances,
that were acti'el) producing anh3-
drous ammonia
Some of the hazardoins 'a..iie
that is a b\ product of the rnanutaic-
turing process .%as found buried in
containers on McCreless' properI,.
\v.hich is-, \here McCrele; s, inMite
the public to hardest and purchase
See MESS Page 4.-
A member of the Santa Rosa County
Narcotics Task Force is dressed in a
chemical suit as deputies remove sev-
eral containers of hazardous materi-
als following Friday's bust.
Press Gazette photo by Lynne Hough


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Arrest won't stop the music

By LYNNE HOUGH Pensacola Police were Department/Escambia County ing the same victim in the fac
lhough@sr-pressgazette.com called to the American warrants covering four counts later.
Parents of some Santa Legion, located at 1401 West of battery, all misdemeanor Witnesses say the mal
Rosa teens say they are hear- Intendencia St. in downtown charges. Kelly says three victim was the boyfriend o
ing stories about problems at a Pensacola at 10 p.m. Saturday counts originated from three one of the female victims, wh,
band show held at the. night. separate female victims who was confronting the teen ove
American Legion in Pensacola The complaint was about all told police the teen touched the alleged incidents.
Saturday night. a "large disturbance", them "in an inappropriate The promoter, Michae
While rumors fly on According to Capt. Paul Kelly, way" Silver, says this is the firs


MySpace and throughout the
schools, officials with the
American Legion; the
Pensacola Police Department;
and those who book the bands
offered the following details
to the Press Gazette:


when the officers arrived, an
investigation began into bat-
tery allegations involving a
Santa Rosa teen.
The 19-year-old teenager
was arrested Wednesday on
two Pensacola Police


. The fourth count involved
an altercation with another 19-
year-old male. The teen is
accused of trying to choke the
victim on the stage after the
man took the microphone
from him- and then punch-


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time problems like this have
happened. He notes, his events
are not normally held on a
Saturday. That, along with the
first week of school at a close,
increased attendance at the
See MUSIC Page 4A


Who controls East Gate Road?


l Tickets by NAS Police brings issue to question


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.comn
Complaints from mem-
bers of a community near the

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back gate of Whiting Field
have revealed some confusion
about the validity of traffic
tickets issued by NAS Police
on East Gate Rd.
Just where does federal
property end and Santa Rosa
County property begin?
Discovering the truth
about the road turned out to be
not as easy as it might seem.
East Gate Road in Milton,
which provides access to the
back gate of Naval Air Station
Whiting Field, is a public road
extending a little over two
miles from Munson Highway
to the guard station at the edge
of the base.
There are several homes,
as well as two mobile home
parks on the road not far from
the gate. Residents there are


complaining about the way
NAS police have, in their
opinion, overstepped their
bounds.
Keith Sorrell is one of
those residents confused over
just how far their authority
extends past Whiting's gate.
Sorrell was pulled over
this past June by base security
while driving his RV on East
Gate Rd. As a result of the
stop, he received three traffic
citations, all which had to be
answered in front of a federal
magistrate in Pensacola, rather
than county traffic court in
Milton.
Sorrell says it started
when he took a recreational
vehicle for a test drive on East
Gate Rd. He says the RV was
a recent purchase and in need


of repair. He admits he had not
registered or tagged the vehi-
cle when he took it for a test
drive near where it was being
repaired.
Sorrell says he believes
the issue is not whether the
officer was justified in pulling
him over, but how and where
he did it. In Sorrell's opinion,
"they're base security, not pub-
lic security."
According to Mark Ward
of the Santa Rosa County,
Sheriffs Department, NAS
Police have jurisdiction on
federal land, but that's where it
ends. As to exact property
lines determining jurisdiction,
Ward couldn't say.
A visit to the County
Property Appraiser's Office,
See NAS Page 4A


Milton resident Keith Sorrell points back to the location where he
was stopped and ticketed on East Gate Road and is questioning
who has jurisdiction over the road.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


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SPEAK



OUT


Thursday, 3:347pm
This is Jackie. School is
back in session. Students have
reports and essays to write.
Don't expect any help from the
library, they want Saturdays off
when students have time to go.
Thanks
Thursday, 8:22am
This is Lynne. Since the
County Commissioners have
seen fit to do away with senior-
ity rights of county workers -
kind of brings me to another
question - whose jobs are they
trying to protect? [And] if
we're in such a money crunch,
why has nobody brought up the
idea of county employees who
are on the drop program who
are most senior, they earn the
biggest salary, and are essen-
tially retired? Nobody has said
a word about maybe laying
them off as opposed to younger
people with children and fami-
lies to support. Just a question
that people might think about.
Wednesday, 9:30pm
Hi my name is Leanne and
I'm calling in reference to the
library closing. Why couldn't
they be closed. say on a
Monday, or a Tuesday - and be
open on Saturday? A lot of peo-
ple can only go to the library on
the weekend. That might be
something for the county com-
missioners to consider.
Wednesday, 9:28amrn
Yes, my name is Kris and I
am calling in regards to the arti-
cle about prisoners having to
staying in tents. Well, I feel if
it's good enough for our sol-
diers to stay in tents and rough
it, that prisoners should certain-
ly be able to do that. After all,
they are in prison, not to be in a
country club. That's my feeling
on that.
Sunday, 7:50pm
Hi this is Thomas. Them
roads that go to Calgary, Webb,
and Sandy Landing - they
belong to the .county now.
They're county maintained and
the tax payers pay for it. I want
to tell all these hoodlums that
are trying tear it up....you can
already see where they trying to
make mud holes out of the
road, sliding around, spin-
ning...
And them picnic tables
and port-a-potties, they're
county property, and if you tear
'em up you will go io.jail. If I
see you I'm going get your
name and I '11 try my best to put
you there.
You're messing it up for
everybody else. Please stop it.

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


Community News


Relay for Life
Dinner
A fund raising dinner will
be held for Relay For Life at
1st United Methodist Church
of Pace located at 4540
Chumuckla Hwy on
September 14, 2007 at 5 p.m.
Tickets are available for a
$10 donation. Your ticket
includes one dinner plate of
Spanish food, cooked
Caribbean style, salad, dessert
and a drink. Join us for an
atmosphere of the Caribbean
Islands!!!
This fundraiser is spon-
sored by the Vazquez
Visionaries & Margarita &
Juan Vazquez, independent
representatives of Primerica
Financial Services Milton
Office.
For reservations call 626-
7188.

City Council to meet
The City of Milton's City
Council will meet in
Executive Session on
Monday, September 10, 2007,
at 4 p.m. in Council Chambers
of City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. All meetings are open
to the public. For further infor-
mation on the meeting, con-


tact the City Manager's Office
at 983-5411.

City Council Regular
Session
The City of Milton's City
Council will meet in Regular
Session on Tuesday,
September 11, 2007, at 5 p.m.
in Council Chambers of City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street. For
further information on the
meeting, contact the City
Manager's Office at 983-5411.

FAST to meet
The Florida Alabama
Strategic Task Force (FAST)
will meet on Friday,
September 14, 2007 at 10 a.m.
in the Council Chambers at
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
For further information on the
meeting, contact the City
Manager's Office at 983-5411.

Fibromyalgia support
group
Fibromyalgia support
group meets at 6:30 p.m. the
2nd Thursday of each month
at Locklin Technical Center
located at 5330 Berryhill Rd.,
west of Santa Rosa Medical
Center.
Come share or just listen.


It's guaranteed to make you
feel better. Find out what
works for others.
Open to anyone who suf-
fers from FM or CFS.

Quilting Guild to
hold meeting
Piecemakers Quilting
Guild of Milton will meet
Monday, September 10 at 9
a.m. at the Milton Library.
Come join us. For more infor-
mation please call Ren
Batchelor, 777-7904

Girl Scouts to meet
Pace parents interested in
enrolling their daughter in Girl
Scouts are invited to attend the
meeting to be held at S.S.
Dixon Intermediate School on
Tuesday, September 11, at 6
p.m. in the school cafeteria.
For more information call
Girl Scouts of Northwest
Florida at 1-800-624-3951
extension 111.

Cancer Support
Group to meet
The Jay Hospital Cancer
Support Group will meet on
Monday, September 10, 2007
from 6-7 p.m. in the Royal
Room at Jay Hospital. A meal


will be served. Free to all sur-
vivors, patients, families and
caregivers.
Call Gloria Lewis at 850-
675-8082 for more informa-
tion.

Covenant Hospice offers
Parent/Grandparent Grief
Support Group
Milton- Feelings of grief
and loss can be overwhelm-
ing. For this reason, Covenant
Hospice will be offering a
five-week grief support group
for parents and grandparents
who have experienced the
death of a child, teen or adult
child unexpectedly or by a
long-term illness. The support
group will be held in Milton at
the Covenant Hospice office,
located at 5907 Berryhill Rd.
beginning Monday, Sept. 10
from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Those who attend will have
the opportunity to explore
their grief in a safe and caring
environment.
The support group begins
Sept. 10 and will run for five
Monday evenings through
Oct. 15. The support group is
free but registration is
required. Light refreshments
will be served. To register or
for additional information,
call Betsy DeBellis at 202-
5930 ext. 1903.
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-
ple and education.

Economic Development
Committee to meet
The City of Milton's
Economic .Development
Committee will meet' on
Thursday, September 6, 2007
at 3:00 p'.m. in Corifreiice
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. For further
information on the meeting,
contact the City Manager's
Office at 983-5411. All meet-
ings are open to the public.

Healthy Start
Coalition to meet
The Healthy Start
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County, Inc. will hold a gener-
al Board Meeting on Monday,
September 10, 2007, at 4 p.m.
at the Berryhill Complex at
6751 Berryhill Street in
Milton.
All meetings are open to
the public.
For further information,
contact the Healthy Start
Coalition at 626-6751.

Central Santa Rosa
Republican Club to
meet
The Central Santa Rosa
Republican Club will meet on
Thursday, September 6, 2007
at the Red Barn Bar-B-Que in
Milton.
The meeting begins at
5:30 p.m. with a Dutch treat
dinner followed at 7 p.m. by
our program.
Our special guest speaker


will be Santa Rosa County
Sheriff, The Honorable
Wendell Hall. Sheriff Hall will
discuss the security of our cit-
izens, drugs, DUI, and school
safety. He will also talk about
jail overcrowding, his plans to
cope with the problem, and his
proposed budget. A Question
and Answer session will fol-
low.
This will be a very impor-
tant meeting. You are paying
for protection and security for
your family and community.
You will want to know how
your money is being spent.
The public is invited.

Good Neighbor Day
The Open Rose Florist
invites all to join them as they
celebrate Good Neighbor Day
,on Wednesday, September 5,
2007. Thousands of roses will
be given away at the Milton
location, 6434 Open Rose
Drive between Pen Air and
Gulf Power, and at the Gulf
Breeze location, 3035 Gulf
Breeze Parkway on Hwy 98 in
the shopping center next to
Subway.
The shops will open at 8
a.m. on Good Neighbor Day,
and the free roses will go fast.
So come early to make sure
you can do your part in
spreading neighborly cheer!

"Hear We Stand" at
Milton Seventh Day
Adventist Church
Today there is a urgent
need and desire for revival
among God's-people, as many
believers are hesitant and
unprepared about sharing the
beautiful and life-saving truths
of God's end-time message.
You're invited to come and
join us on September 7th thru
15th at the Milton Seventh
Day Adventist Church located
at 5288 Berryhill Road,
Milton, FL. Pastor Doug
Bachelor will be speaking on
the subject "HEAR WE
STAND" beginning at 7 p.m.

United Way
Campaign kick-off
You're invited to come
"Connect the dotss, at, United
Way of Santa Rosa County's
Annual Campaign Kick-Off!
The kick-off will be held
Friday, September 7, 2007
from 5-7 p.m.. at the Betty J.
Pullum Family YMCA, 2379
Pawnee Drive in Navarre.
Join us for fun, food and
swimming at this beautiful
YMCA in the outdoor pool.
We will share our goals and
some stories of how donations
are working in the community.
Bring the whole family,
the whole office, and the
whole crew! And don't forget
your swimsuits!
Please RSVP to the United
Way office by September 5 by
calling Stephanie at 623-4507.

Harold Assembly of
GOD Homecoming
Harold Assembly of
GOD, 10495 Goodrange
Drive, Milton, Florida, cor-
dially invites you to attend
their Homecoming on Sunday,
September 9, 2007 at 10:45
a.m. Special speaker Rev.
Johnnie Williams of Welcome
Assembly of GOD will bring
the message.
There will be a potluck
dinner on the grounds follow-
ing service. Everyone wel-
come.


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Sheriff's Report


Santa Rosa County
Sheriffs Report for July 18,
2007 through July 24, 2007.
JENNINGS, Sylvester
Tylique Deshaun; Male; 22;
6663 Magnolia St., Milton,
FL; Sex Offense-Victim 12
Years of Age Up to 15 Years
of Age. 7/18/07
GANEY III, Mack
Bryant; Male; 33; 4348
'Sunshine Park Dr., Milton,
FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. No Booking Date
Given.
GONZALES, Lana
Ann; Female; 28; 6720 Park
Ave., Milton, FL; Vehicle
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree. No
Booking Date Given.
HAMBY, Lyudmila
Germaova; Female; 39; 3505
Bayou Ridge Ct., Pace, FL;
DUI.7/18/07
JOHNSON, Robert
Earl; Male; 46; 6333 Willard
Norris Rd., Milton, FL; DUI.
&/18/07
HOLLAND, Mitchell
,David; Male; 24; 1940
Sherman Ave., No City
Given, FL; DUI, Traffic
Offense-Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test, Nonmoving Traffic
Violation-Drive While
License Suspended Habitual
Offender, Making False
Report-Give False
Information or Reports to
Police, Making False
Report-Give False
Information or Reports to
Police, Nonmoving Traffic
Violation-Operate Motor
Vehicle W/O Valid License.
7/19/07
JOHNSON, Gregory
Omar; Male; 21; 5706
Vonnie Branch Rd., Milton,
FL; Possession Cocaine,
Marijuana-Possession Not
SMore Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equipment-
Possession And or Use.
,7/19/07
, PEPPERS JR, Barry
" Lee; Male; 26; 9563 S Trace
Rd., Milton, FL; Dealing in'
Stolen Property. 7/19/07
COOLEY, Jessie
Frank; Male; 42; 210
Pelham Dr., Ft. Walton
Beach, FL;' Vehicle Theft
Grand 3rd Degree.,7/19/07
v,,, SYLVESTER#, ,Joshua
Robert; Male; 29; 5385
Ticonderoga Ave. Milton,
; FL; Drugs-Possess New
'Legend Drug W/O
Prescripton, Marijuana-
'Distribute-Schedule 1,
Drugs-Possession-Control
Substance W/O Prescription,
;Narcotic Equipment-
Possession And or Use.
7/19/07
HOLLAND, Mitchell
.David; Male; 24; 1940
. Sherman Ave., No City
:Given, FL; DUI, Traffic
Offense-Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test. 7/19/07
BROWN, Richard
Daniel; Male; 57; 5499
.Coventree Rd., Pensacola,
FL; Traffic Offense-DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 4th or
Subsequent Offense, Traffic
Offense-Refuse to Submit to
'DUI Test, Moving Traffic
Violation-Drive on
Permanently Revoked Driver
License. 7/23/07
BRYANT, Jennifer
Nicole; Female; 29; 4265
Audiss Rd., Milton, FL;
Possess of Weapon-Or
Ammo by Convicted FL
Felon, Drugs-Produce
Methamphetamine, Drugs-
Possess Methamphetamine,
Amphetamine-Traffic- or
Methamphetamine 14 Grams
or Over, Amphetamine
Mfg.-Capital Mfg. 400
Grams or More, Narcotic
Equipment-Possess And or
Use, Narcotic Equipment-
Possess Use, Possess,
Manufacture Paraphernalia
to Transport Drugs, Drugs-
Possess Listed Chemical
With Manufacture Control
Substances. 7/21/07
CAULEY, Andria
Leigh; Female; 31; 4300
Shiloh Rd., Milton, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 7/20/07
CHRISTIAN II,
Richard Dean; Male; 33;


5856 Capitol Dr. Gulf
Breeze, FL; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
7/21/07
CROSS, Brenda Ann;
Female; 42; 1805 Belmont
St., Pensacola, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
Community Control. 7/20/07
DAILY, Jodie Lynn;


Female; 49; No Address
Given; Aggravated
Assault-With Intent to
Commit a Felony. 7/23/07
DAVIS, Michael
Shannon; Male; 28; 7499
John Matthews Rd., Milton,
FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 7/20/07
DORNISH, Carol Ann;
Female; 53; 6288 Hamilton
Bridge Rd., Milton, FL;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 7/20/07
ERWIN, Lacey Donna;
Female; 22; 7486 Harvest
Village Blvd., Navarre, FL;
Probation Violation-
Felony-Or Community
Control. 7/21/07
FOSTER, Troy David;
Male; 21; 7855 Marlette Dr.,
Milton, FL; Damage
Property-Criminal
Mischief-$1000 or More,
Burglary-Of Dwelling
Unarmed No Assault or
Battery. 7/20/07
GISMONDI, Douglas
Stephen; Male; 41; 2456
Spyglass Cir., Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-
Felony-Or Community
Control. 7/20/07
HARRISON, Robert
Keith; Male; 46; 2870 Villa
Woods Cir., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Larceny-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5000, Fraud-
Impersonate-Attempt to
Use ID of Another Person
W/O Consent, Fraud-False
Statement-Information
Regarding Financial
Condition, Fraud-Illegal
Use Credit Cards-Use More
2 Times 6 Months Obtain
Goods Money $100 More.
7/22/07
,HART, Ronald Duane;
Male; 45; 8813 N. Palafox
Rd., Pensacola, FL; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
No Booking Date Given.
MINNICK, Roger
William; Male; 19; 3217
College Ct., Gulf Breeze, FL;
Liquor-Sell, Give, Serve
Person Under 21 Years of
Age 1st Violation, Liquor-
Possess-By Person Under 21
Years of Age Subsequent
Offense, Contributing to
Delinquency of Minor-Cause
to . Become Delinquent
Dependent Needy, Liquor-
Possess-Allow Minor
Alcohol/Drugs at Open
House Parties, Marijuana-
Possession Over 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equipment-Possess
And or Use. 7/22/07
PAYTON, Ladonna
Jean; Female; 44; 1709 Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
7/20/07
RICE, Terrell
Raymond; Male; 30; 3341
Monteceto, Milton, FL;
Nonmoving Traffic
Violation-Drive While
License Suspended 1st


Offense, Possess of Weapon
or Ammo By Convicted FL
Felon, Drugs-Possess
Methamphetamine, Drugs-
Produce Methamphetamine,
Amphetamine-Traffic-Or
Meth-amphetamine 14 Grams
or Over, Amphetamine-
Mfg.-Capital Mfg. 400
Grams or More, Narcotic
Equipment-Possession And
or Use, Narcotic Equipment-
Use Possess Manufacture
Paraphernalia to Transport
Drugs, Drugs-
Possession-Listed Chemical
With Manufacture Controlled
Substance. 7/21/07
SALTER, Wesley John;
Male; 30; 1945 Sid Hayes
Rd., Jay, FL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
Community Control. 7/20/07
SHAUGHNESSY,
Martin Joseph; Male; 23;
1613 Augusta Ave.,
Pensacola, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
7/22/07
TRUMAN, Adam
Brock; Male; 21; 1364
Truman Rd., Florala, AL;
Possession Cocaine. 7/21/07
WATTS, Maurice
Simone; Male; 32; 7140 5th
St., Mobile, AL; Probation
Violation-Felony-Or
Community Control. 7/22/07
CRUZ, Monica
Stephanie; Female; 27; 1857
Atwood Dr., Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-
Felony-Or Community
Control. 7/20/07
JOHNSON, Andrew
Michael; Male; 15; 3621
Misty Woods Cir., Pace, FL;
Burglary-Of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Persons Inside,
Larceny-Petit 1st Offense.
7/20/07
MATTHEWS, Brandon
Anthony; Male; 15; 3556
Gardenview Rd., Pace, FL;
Burglary-Of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Persons Inside,
Larceny-Petit 1st Offense.
7/20/07
MOORE, Carla Mae;
Female; 43;8710 John
Hamm Rd., Milton, FL;
Drugs-Possess-Controlled
Substance W/O Prescription.
7/22/07
PAGE JR, Tony Gurell;
Male; 15; 8128 Hartington
Dr., Navarre, FL; Aggravated
Assault-With Deadly
Weapon Without Intent to
Kill, Battery-Touch or
Strike. 7/21/07
WHITE, Dakoda M.;
Male; 14; 9506 Plymouth
Ln., Cantonment, FL;
Burglary-Of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Persons Inside,
Larceny-Petit 1st Offense.
7/20/07
WILLIAMS, Wendy
Jean; Female; 21; 6487
Howard Ave., Milton, FL;
Larceny-Theft is $300 or


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More But Less Than $5000,
Larceny-Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300. 7/21/07
ZITKA, Amber Julie;
Female; 16; 7038 Season
Dr., Milton, FL; Aggravated
Battery-Cause Bodily Harm
or Disability. 7/20/07
BAUTEL, Mark
Geoffrey; Male; 45; 1218
Henderson Ave., Gulf
Breeze, FL; Traffic
Offense-DUI and Damage
Property. 7/21/07
PRESCOTT, Josiah
Robert; Male; 21; 308 Eley
Rd., Eglin AFB, FL; DUI.
7/22/07
WARD, Dee; Male; 23;
2355 Michigan Ave.,
Pensacola, FL; DUI. 7/20/07
BROWN, Randall
Lynn; Male; 40; 3696
Vantage Rd., Pensacola, FL;
DUI, Traffic Offense-Refuse
to Submit to DUI Test.
7/22/07
BURT, Sabre Dwayne;
Male; 20; 199 Miller Rd.,
Milton, FL; Aggravated
Batter y - Offender
Knew/Should Have Known
Victim Pregnant. 7/23/07
DAILY, Jodie Lynn;'
Female; 49; 519 Trenton St.,
Mary Esther, FL; Aggravated
Assault-With Intent to
Commit a Felony. 7/23/07
VASSER, Christopher;
Male; 21; 6625 Park Ave.,
Milton, FL; Battery On
Detention Facility Employee
With Fluids (3 Cts.) No
Booking Date Given.
NELSON, Joshua Lee;
Male; 19; 4520 Creighton
Rd., Pensacola, FL; Lewd
Lascivious Behavior-Victim
12 Years of Age Up to 16
Years of Age Offender 18
Years of Age or Older.
7/23/07
MCKINNEY, James,
William; Male; 30; 329
Washington Ave., Valpariso,
FL; Probation Violation-
Felony-Or Community
Control. 7/24/07
CZARNECKI, Rodney
Warren; Male; 36; 9175
Quail Roost Dr., Navarre,
FL; Larceny-Theft is $300)
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Christmas trees during the
holiday season.
Both McCreless and
Richardson were arrested on
the below mentioned charges
and transported to the Santa
Rosa County Jail.
In December 2004,
McCreless was sentenced to
30 months in State Prison for
numerous methamphetamine
related charges.
He was released March
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available on the Florida
Department of Corrections
website. according to sheriffs
officials.
McCreless is charged
with possession of metham-
phetamine, trafficking in
methamphetamine 200 grams
or more (Minimum Mand. 20
years). possession of listed
chemicals to manufacture
methamphetamine, posses-
sion of felony narcotic equip-
ment, and possession of drug
paraphernalia
McCreless' bond was set
at $200,000.00.
Richardsonis charged
with possession of metham-
phetamine and possession of
drug paraphernalia
Her bond was set at
$30,000.
Sheriff's officials say
McCreless is a major player
in cooking and distributing of
methamphetamine in Santa
Rosa County.


Sgt. Scott Haines looks at the spot where Joseph McCreless was found without any clothes on when
officers arrived to serve a warrant for his arrest in connection with possession and trafficking in
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7rom Page One


show.
Doug Burleson is in
charge of renting the
American Legion building to
the public. He says based on
what happened Saturday, for
more shows to continue,
Silver will be required to hire
an off-duty Pensacola police
officer in uniform, in a marked
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Silver says he gladly
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shows . there with good
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He continues, "I want
parents to know there's noth-
ing to worry about. We're
going to charge an extra dollar
at the door to pay for the offi-
cer. I think everyone will feel
better knowing he's here."
Burleson says several
parents have contacted him,
wanting to talk about what
happened Saturday. He adds,
"We are taking corrective
measures, including the uni-
formed officer."
Silver says he doesn't
have anymore confirmed
shows until Sept. 29 when
several local bands: "Fixed
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and a search of public tax
records, initially revealed the
land East Gate Rd. traverses,
is either county land or pri-
vately owned, not federal
property.
However, after some more
digging . at the Property
Appraisers Office, with some
assistance from Whiting
Field's Public Works Dept., a
few documents were produced
which do answer some ques-
tions.
According to individuals
in the Property Appraiser's
Office in 1943, the year the
base was built, a Declaration
of Taking was issued by the
US Government. This is an
official ,acquisition of real
property by the Federal gov-
ernment for public use.
The Press Gazette was
told whenever such an order is
recorded, as this one was in
The District Court of the
United States for the Northern
District of Florida, it is
because the original landown-
ers either petitioned against it,
or for more compensation for
their land.
According to another doc-
ument, as just one of several
parcels listed in it, a portion of
East Gate Rd. was awarded to
the government in a final deci-


sion which did not come to a
resolution until 1955.
The County created a spe-
cially drawn, computerized
map based on coordinates pro-
vided by the old document to
illustrate what portion of East
Gate road the document actual
specifies.
It amounts to the full
width of the road and extends
from the base's back gate, 3/4
of a mile or so, to the Whiting
Junction Trail head of the
Blackwater Heritage State
Trail.
Individuals within the
' Property Appraiser's Office
,say they interpret that to mean
Federal Property, but are hesi-
tate to render a final verdict of
their own, until they see every
page of all the documents per-
taining to the case.
When told of these find-
ings, Keith Sorrell remarked,
"I think it should be marked
then. If I want someone to stay
out of my yard I put up a 'No
Trespassing Sign'."
A visit to the road reveals
there is a NAS Police barri-
cade blocking the back
entrance to the base on East
Gate Road, directly after the
last civilian street.
Repeated calls to NAS
Whiting Field's public affairs
office were not returned.


Dispatcher aids father


in delivering his child


Santa Rosa County 911
dispatch helped a Pea Ridge
father deliver his second child
on Saturday, August 25.
Kevin Sowell,
Communications Specialist
Supervisor took the 911 call
from Ryan Curran at 6:50 a.m.
requesting an ambulance for
his wife, Lisa, who was hav-
ing contractions. The baby
was delivered only five min-
utes later at 6:55 a.m.
Sowell followed the
Medical Priority Dispatch pro-
tocol for childbirth and assist-


ed the father in delivering the
baby girl, wiping the baby's
mouth and nose, stimulating
the baby's back and tying off
the umbilical cord.
The Lifeguard ambu-
lance arrived at 6:58 a.m. and
transported both mother and
baby to Santa Rosa Medical
Center.
The healthy baby girl
named Norah Grace weighed
6 pounds, 4 ounces. Both
mother and child were
released from the hospital and
doing well at hon. _.
Sowell says it's not the
first time he assisted in a
delivery. He and Dispatcher
Danny Wolfe helped deliver
twins, breech, over the phone
in the past.
He gives credit to the
Medical Priority Dispatch
System used at the E911 cen-
ter as part of the CAD (com-
puter aided dispatch).
"It all worked well with
the CAD. It's very valuable,
helps us turn a lay person into
a first responder," Sowell
notes.
"In this case, if I had
typed in the baby had one arm
out, it would have told me
what to do.
"It works with pregnancy,
hemorrhaging, drowning,
whatever," he adds.
"It was the father who
made this a success," Sowell
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of family and co-workers
from the Atlanta area.
Witnesses at the scene
found Cameron in her bed-
room after they heard her
dog barking from inside the
victim's bedroom. When
witnesses went to see why
the dog was barking, they
forced their way into the
bedroom and found that she
was dead.
Witnesses present told
deputies the alleged suspect,
identified as Grindle, was
staying at the rental home
and was involved in a rela-
tionship with the victim. It is
believed Grindle left the
rental home within half an
hour prior to deputies arriv-
ing on scene.
Witnesses said the sus-
pect left in a green Mercury
SUV with Georgia plates.
The description was
immediately relayed to
deputies throughout the area.
At 0454 hours, the sus-
pect vehicle was spotted by
deputies on, Highway 87
South at Highway 90 in
Milton.
Deputies' initiated a traf-
fic stop on the vehicle and
determined that the driver of
the vehicle was Grindle.
He was taken into cus-
tody and was interviewed by
investigators.
Investigators from the
Sheriff's Office and the
Medical Examiner's Office
are conducting a thorough
investigation into the cir-
cumstances surrounding the
incident. No further infor-
mation concerning the inci-
dent is available at this time.
Grindle is being held at
the Santa Rosa County Jail
with no bond.
The suspect and victim
have been involved in a long
term live-in boyfriend/girl-
friend relationship.
Although the case' is
ruled a homicide, the exact
cause of death is not being
released pending autopsy
results.


The Healthy Start
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County, Inc. would like to
remind everyone that
September 9th has been des-
ignated as Fetal Alcohol
Syndrome Day.
Everyone is invited to
share, in their own way, in
the "Minute of
Reflection"-9:09 a.m. on
September 9th-as it goes
around the world. This is a
magical moment in
history-the ninth minute of
the ninth hour of the ninth
day of the ninth month of
the year.
During the 9 months of
pregnancy, while breast-
feeding or when planning to
conceive, it is extremely


important for women NOT
to drink alcohol. Fetal
Alcohol Syndrome and its
effects are a root cause of
numerous social disorders,
including learning disabili-
ties, juvenile delinquency,
school dropouts, homeless-
ness, unemployment, mental
illness and crime.
Economists estimate that
each individual with Fetal
Alcohol Syndrome and its
effects cost the taxpayer
nearly $2 million in his or
her lifetime.
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
is 100% preventable IF a
woman abstains from drink-
ing while trying to conceive
and especially during her
entire pregnancy.


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Viewpoints


6A Wednesday. September 5. 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


Vol. 100, Number 45


When will leaders



ever take the lead

It never fails to amaze us how important planning can be.
Here at a newspaper, you have to plan your coverage as much
as possible due to staff and hour limitations.
In construction, you have to plan meticulously or the work
you did as soon as a few hours ago is worthless and you have to
tear it out to do something else.
And in government, you have to plan and look far enough
ahead to ensure a stable infrastructure.
The other day, a nice section of asphalt had been put down as
a road in Santa Rosa County was widened to accommodate some
new residential areas.
They tore up the old road to install the necessary infrastructure
such as drainage lines, water lines, a sewer tap and other items.
They have now cut this new length of asphalt at least four or five
times.
Why?
Just like some in Santa Rosa and the surrounding areas, they
failed to plan properly.
Now the investment and improvement of the road in Santa
Rosa County is useless. Residents are swerving to avoid holes
that wreak havoc on a vehicle's suspension and undercarriage.
Right now, Santa Rosa is facing crisis after crisis when it
comes to roads, developments, and even law enforcement.
Finances keep getting tighter and tighter so cuts are necessary.
To fight the crowding at the jail, Santa Rosa County Sheriff
Wendell Hall has requested permission to create a tent city.
Our question is, why have we provided inmates a roof at all if
we can get by with a tent city?
We need new roads, but the only way the county can figure to
solve the problem is with new or additional taxes.
It appears the problem with the voters on this issue is they do
not.feel the county has been frugal enough when it comes to tax
dollars.
Now we are making our road woes worse because of a part-
nership with a county with more political problems than the Daily
administration in Chicago.
Issue after issue, benefits to Santa Rosa County were removed
by this joint board involving Santa Rosa County, Escambia
County, and the State of Alabama. Is this because the controlling
power does not want to see their neighbor grow?
When will our leaders step up to the plate and take control of
matters and actually plan?
It would be very interesting to see how much money this
county has spent on studies only to then spend money on another
study.
You can study something until you are blue in the face, but
some day, common sense and good judgement must come
through.
When will these concerns be shown over self promotion and
how it will help the leader personally?
The reason citizens become as cynical as they have is when it
comes to government of any kind, is a leopard never changes it
spots.
As voters, we hear about candidates wanting to change things,
but when they get elected it is they who do the changing.
There is seldom a business or corporation with the public's
best interest at heart, but our government is ready to hitch its
horse to each group claiming they are ready to help the people of
Santa Rosa County.
Maybe Santa Rosins need to adopt the motto of Missouri and
tell those leaders to "Show Me!"
Govermental leaders talk a good talk when they are in a small
group and want a particular interest group to support them in try-
ing to make a difference, until they get into office.
Wouldn't it be nice for government to once again be of the
people, for the people and by the people?

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Disaster response is a disaster


Without a doubt, Hurricane
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shores. Hurricane Camille was
stronger and the Galveston hur-
ricane was more deadly, but
Katrina did more than damage
property and take lives. It shook
the nation's confidence in the
state of our infrastructure and
revealed a stunning incompe-
tence in our disaster prepared-:
ness, recovery and reconstruc-
tion.
Now, with the two-year
anniversary of this disaster just
a few days away, the nation is
again suffering the collective
emotional hangover from yet
another infrastructure tragedy -
the 1-35W bridge collapse in
Minneapolis. And once again,
politicians have clamored for a
cliched response: More money
will solve our problems. It is as
if there is a sign in the Capitol:
"In Case of Emergency Grab
Cash." But levees aren't built
with bags of money and you ,
can't construct a bridge with
bricks of gold, as evidenced by
the fact that much of the money
initially provided after Katrina
has not been spent. As we've
learned time and again, getting
the money is easy; rebuilding
smarter and better is not.
Several factors have com-
bined to reduce the effective-,
ness of the money spent
rebuilding in the Gulf. One
major problem is that recon-
struction efforts have been sul-
lied by too many examples of
waste, fraud, and abuse to enu-
merate. The Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA)
provided several of the most
famous examples of these prob-
lems. In the days and weeks
after Katrina, FEMA spent mil-


lions shipping thousands of
pounds of excess ice back and
forth across the nation, then
stored it for nearly two years,
before finally getting rid of it
last month when it was deter-
mined the ice was contaminated
and couldn't be used again any-
way. FEMA also purchased far
too many travel trailers to use
as temporary homes, some of
'Which had to be left in storage-
in Arkansas because they
weren't suitable for use in the
Gulf Coast environment. Some
of the extra trailers are now
being dumped on the market,
returning pennies on the dollar
to taxpayers.
Federal efforts to benefit
local economies by directing
reconstruction contracts to local
firms also have been undercut.
National firms have used all
kinds of tricks to pull down
these lucrative contracts, some-
times turning to the local firms
that lost out in the bidding to be
subcontractors. In many
instances, the federal govern-
ment hires a large prime con-
tractor who hires a subcontrac-
tor who in turn hires a subcon-
tractor, with taxpayers losing
money all the way down the
line and the final subcontractor
who actually hammers the nail
receiving a pittance of what the
initial contractor was paid for
the job.
Cronyism has also signifi-
cantly influenced what and who
benefits from Katrina aid. Just
last week, a Bloomberg News
investigation found that
Governor Haley Barbour's (R-
Miss.) family has earned hun-
dreds of thousands of dollars
from Katrina-related work,
including a nephew who made a
pirate's booty in lobbying fees


after his governor uncle
appointed him to a Katrina
reconstruction panel.
Finally, Congress continues
to have its own problems prior-,
itizing how our nation's infra-
structure dollars should be
spent. Twice since Katrina,
lawmakers have rejected
attempts to prioritize water
infrastructure funding to ensure
th'a' the most critical projects--"
like increased flood and storm
protection in populated areas-
get to the front of the line. And
earlier this year, Sen. Mary
Landrieu (D-La.) attempted to
add more than $600 million to
the Iraq emergency spending
bill to build a new boondoggle
navigation lock on New
Orleans's Industrial Canal. The
residents of the Lower Ninth
Ward vehemently opposed this
project because their homes
were flooded when the levee
lining the same Industrial Canal:
failed in the wake of Katrina.
The 2007 hurricane season
is well upon us, with Hurricane
Dean recently ripping through
the Caribbean and across
Mexico, indicating that an
active season may still be in
store. No matter what form
they take, more disasters - nat-
ural and manmade - will hit the
United States in the future. If
lawmakers and agency officials
can't get the policies and prior-
ities straight to help the nation
prepare and respond, we will
continue to turn national disas-
ters into fiscal disasters as
well.


Ms. Ryan Alexander is president,
Taxpayers for Common Sense -- a
non-partisan federal budget watch-
dog. www.taxpayer.net


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FM: Ronald Carhart
Questions on fundraising

It is with some regret that I
write this letter, because my step-
father was a volunteer fireman for
forty years and so were my three
uncles. My mother and two of my
aunts belong to the Ladies
Auxiliary. So I do know some
things about the operation of a
fire department.


The reason I asked about the
$35, was because the fire compa-
ny was about to get a 150% raise
from most residences and I could-
n't see giving them another $35
on top of that increase.
The $35 was a demand for
that amount and the check had to
be written that day. I was told it
was to replace equipment.
Thanks to Jean, her call
Monday at 2:45 p.m. in
Wednesday's edition of the Press
Gazette said and I quote, "The


$35 a year is just a fund raiser
that they get for their picnics.
When somebody in their families
or fire fighters die, they use that
money."
The fire company I knew ran
bingo games on Friday nights and
the ladies sold snacks, soda, and
coffee to make money for picnics
and other things. The ladies
would have bake sales, sell 50/50
tickets, rummage sales and such
to make money.
When the firemen needed new


equipment, they would go house
to house with their boots and ask
for donations, but didn't demand
a specific amount. When a fire-
man or a family member died,
they would meet at the fire house
and everyone would bring some
food or drinks. This helped out
the family at this grave time.
Due to the way this money
was raised and the large amount
of the money, I think the State
Fire Marshall should look into
this situation.


Jim Fletcher, Interim Publisher
Carol Barnes, Office Manager


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Wednesday-September 5, 2007


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Business Review

After 22 years...



Stevie D's still holds pleasant surprises


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* Whoever coined the
phrase, "There's no free
lunch," obviously hadn't met
Carol Rizzuto, current co-
owner of Stevie D's All
American Bar & Grill, who
says that allegation is nothing
more than poppycock!
And it didn't take her all
day to explain why. Now that
the new Stevie D's All
American Bar & Grill is serv-
ing home cooked meals for
lunch and dinner, she's
devised a scheme that makes
each eleventh lunch, brand
spanking free! No if's, and's
or but's!
She offers customers a
printed card that can be moni-
tored, or punched, if you will,
each time they have lunch
with her, and after the tenth
one, the next one is on the
house! It's not only a money
saver for the customer, it's
practically a game that's taken
on an air of excitement to see
who can achieve the free
lunch the quickest.
But free lunches are just
for starters for all the fun and
games at Stevie D's All
American Bar & Grill since
Carol and her husband,
Leonard, purchased and
began personally operating
the sports bar and pub as a full
service bar and restaurant.
Stevie D's sports pub and
eatery, as it has long been
familiarly remembered, has
been one of the most popular
spots for the after hours
crowd for more than 20 years.
And Carol and Leonard are
confident that the full fledged


restaurant and complete bar
facilities they have added are
just going to add to its ambi-
ence and demeanor.
Located at 6410 Highway
90, the restaurant and bar will
seat 200 guests, a feature that
makes it one of the largest
facilities of its kind in the
Milton area. After assuming
ownership earlier this year,
the Rizzutos, who have lived
in the area for more than 23
years, decided that operating
the business themselves
would not only be more eco-
nomically feasible, but fun
and recreationally fulfilling as
well.
And so it has. Carol opens
the business at 11 a.m. each
day for lunch, and when
Leonard leaves his full-time
job at Arizona Chemical, he
comes over and oversees the
evening shift.
"I've always loved to
cook, and have had plenty of
experience with our family,
so I'm the one in charge of
meal preparation and menu
planning," Carol said." She
credits her mom and grand-
mother for much of her culi-
nary accomplishments, and
says she's eager to share her
talent with her customers.
And from all the comments
about it, she really has some-
thing to offer!
To Leonard, bar tending is
an art, and he has had plenty
of experience cultivating it, as
far back as when he was in the
Navy where he spent a great
deal of his extracurricular
activity managing such activi-
ties. "You'll get the best


drinks and the best service
anywhere in the area when
you drop in for a relaxing
evening at Stevie D's All
American Bar & Grill," Carol
assures both current and
prospective customers.
Beginning with lunch and
right on through dinner, you'll
be exposed to some of the best
home cooked meals that
include such bell ringers as
Chicken Parmigiana, BBQ
Chicken Breasts, Chicken
Breast, Broccoli & Cheese
Stuffed Chicken Breast,
Penne Pasta and Meatballs,
and Lasagna with Meat
Sauce, to name a few.
Thin Crust Pizza is also a
specialty and includes
Pepperoni, Cheese, Veggie,
Sausage, and the house spe-
cial, The Kitchen Sink, which
includes pepperoni, yellow
cheese, olives, onions, pep-
pers, sausage, garlic,
jalapenos, mushrooms, toma-
toes "... and anything left over
in the kitchen!"
"Easy Eating" is translat-
ed into wings, deluxe nachos,
breaded mozzarella, quesadil-
las, steamed veggies, potato
skins, stuffed potato,. chips
and salsa, and French fries,
among others.
Of course salads, burg-
ers, and a host of different
kinds of sandwiches, includ-
ing Milton Style Foot Long
Hot Dogs and Foot Long
Chili Dogs are available for
your pleasure as well.
The pleasant ambience is
striking. The area is spa-
cious, there's pool, and an
outside Tikki bar on the ter-


Carol Rizzuto, who with her husband Leonard now owns and operates Stevie D's All American Bar
and Grill, invites you to come by for lunch or dinner and an evening of outstanding entertainment
you won't soon forget. Located at 6410 Highway 90 in Milton with great Italian food and afull serv-
ice bar that gives it a distinctive ambiance, it's a class act you won't mind sharing with your friends.
Photo by Obie Crain
race. On Monday nights, offering. They've already midnight, Monday through
there's a pool tournament; on hosted a couple of JC gather- Saturday. Both Carol and
Tuesday nights, Hold Em' ings that she said were very Leonard welcome you to
Poker; and Wednesday successful as well as a wed- Stevie D's All American Bar
nights, Karaoke! ding that was the talk of the & Grill and invite you to give
And it only gets better! town! them a call at (850) 623-3749
On Thursday nights, cus- Arrangements are in the for questions or more infor-
tomers can get a pitcher of works to establish lottery mation about the additional
beer and pizza, except the capabilities, which Carol said services they have to offer
Kitchen Sink, for an excep- would be an additional serv- such as catering.
tionally affordable price, and ice that customers could look Good food, outstanding
then on Friday nights it's forward to. "That's going to fun and games, a full service
Karaoke again. Then on happen in a couple of weeks, bar, and an' ambience you
Saturday nights there's a live and we're all excited about won't soon forget, make
bands. that," she said. Stevie D's All American Bar
"It's still a little warm out- There's no shortage of & Grill a wonderful, one-stop
side on the ten-ace right now," well-lit parking out front, and entertainment complex., where
Carol said, "but the weather is the main restaurant is you can enjoy, your friends
cooling off, and during the accessed from a lobby which- and yourself.
fall it's one of the most popu- serves as a buffer from the Do them (your friends),
lar places to be." . outdoors, and yourself, a favor. Put it on
Carol says catering is also They open for lunch at 11 your to-do list for the week-
shaning un to be a major am. and remain onen until end!


MILTON
Texas Roadhouse
Santa Rosa Medical Center
Steph & Ellie's- Blimpie's
Country Market
The Other Place
Winn Dixie
CVS
Pic 'N Sav
Milton Bakery
Groovin Noovins
Short Stop (Munson
Race Way Store
Food World
K-Mart
Naval Housing
Press Gazette Office
Tom Thumb @ Glover Lane
Tom Thumb @ Willard Norris
Tom Thumb @ By-Pass
Tom Thumb @ Skyline
Santa Rosa County Complex
Hardee's
Ace's Restaurant
Family Dollar
Freds
Big Lots
Red Barn Bar-B-Q

EAST MILTON
Reggie's Bar-B-Que
Local Yokel
Kiley's
Shell Food Store
Tom Thumb @ Ward Basin
Tom Thumb @ Highway 87S

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(WHITING FIELD)
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New Life Baptist Church 27th Homecoming
New Life Baptist group, and you will truly get former minister of music, and worship with us. A cov-
Church, located on Hwy a blessing from hearing and his family leading the ered dish luncheon will fol-
87N, at Point Baker, will them. The singing will begin music program. low in the Fellowship Hall
host their 27th Homecoming at 6:00 p.m. and we invite all The church family of after the morning service
Celebration the weekend of of our friends and neighbors New Life invites all its for- and everyone is cordially


September 15 & 16. The
church was organized in
1980, and is located at the
corner of Bayberry Street
and Hwy 87.
On Saturday night, New
Life will begin their celebra-
tion with the Gospel group
"WATCH AND PRAY" in
concert. This is a local


Youth rally
It is time to focus our
minds on education and
goals for the future. Faith
Baptist Church is hosting a
"Back-to-School" revival
meeting. Services will begin
at 7 p.m. each night
Wednesday, September 5
through Friday, September
7. Sunday, September 9
Sunday School begins at
9:45 a.m. with a preaching
service at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
The guest preacher will
be Dr. Terry Sanders, a well-
known evangelist. Terry
became blind in his youth,
but surrendered his life. to
the Lord. The Lord has used
him in a might way and
given him special insight on
God's Word.
On Saturday,


to come and join with us.
The Homecoming
Celebration will continue on
Sunday, with Sunday School
beginning at 9:15, with
Worship service to follow at
10:15. The Homecoming
speaker will be former pas-
tor, Rev. Doug Bedgood,
and Bro. Charles Little, a


and revival
September 8, a special
Youth Rally is being orga-
nized. There will be a time
for supervised games in the
game room. Free pizza and
soft drinks will be provided.
Stephanie Leavins, a local
music artist, will provide
special music. Dr. Terry
Sanders will give a chal-
lenge from the Word of
God.
Teenagers! Get a friend
and come to Faith Baptist
Church. The Youth Rally
will be held from 6-9 p.m.
on Saturday.
Faith Baptist Church is
located at 6423 Hamilton
Bridge Rd., on the corner of
Dogwood Dr. (Hwy. 89).
For information call 623-
8207.


mer members and all of the
Milton community to come


invited to attend.


"Hear We Stand"

at Milton Seventh

Day Adventist Church


Today there is a urgent
need and desire for revival
among God's people, as
many believers are hesitant
and unprepared about shar-
ing the beautiful and life-
saving truths of God's end-
time message. You're invit-
ed to come and join us on


September 7th thru 15th at
the Milton Seventh Day
Adventist Church located at
5288 Berryhill Road,
Milton, FL. Pastor Doug
Bachelor will be speaking
on the subject "HEAR WE
STAND" beginning at 7
p.m.


SRC Back to

School Youth Rally


There will be a Santa
Rosa County Back to School
Youth Rally held Saturday,
September 15, 2007 from 5-
10 p.m. at the Navarre High
School Football Field. All
the young people in Santa
Rosa County and surround-
ing areas are inited to
attend.
There 'ill be perfor-
nm-nces from: Broken Vessel


performance by Tha
Preachaz Son.
The speaker will be a
young pastor from Atlanta,
Brett Bonner.
This is a large event and
we have much planned to
give out to the youths, but
we also need the help of you,
the community. If anyone
would like to donate prizes,
food. or money. or would


B bIle Study Fell ow sh p f rom Harbor of Lo'e andd the like information on ho they
ib udy llow ip 'Youth Band from Cal\arN can be a pan ipra\er part-
Bible Study Fellowsahip Bible :iud\ of Nlatthe%\. An Church in Gulf Breeze. ners. etc.i. please contact
Bible Study Fellow ship introducLtion class \ ill be held There will be i special Joan Irbv at 324-9578.
for women and children. aes on September 12th for inter-
2 - Pre-K , meets on ested v omen. No children this
Wednesday at 9:10 a.mn. at da\ please. For more infornma-
East Brent Baptist Church, tion, contact GIe Cliftln ri
Pensacola. This is an intema- 623-5284.. .
tional, inter-denomination . . " a
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Harold Assembly of
GOD, 10495 Goodrange
Drive, Milton, Florida, cor-
dially invites you to attend
their Homecoming on
Sunday, September 9, 2007
at 10:45 a.m. Special speak-


er Rev. Johnnie Williams of
Welcome Assembly of GOD
will bring the message.
There will be a potluck
dinner on the grounds fol-
lowing service. Everyone
welcome.


The 19th Annual Craft
& MarketPlace Festival will
be held November 10th
from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. at
First UMC of Pace.
Crafters, home-based
businesses, and non-profit
organizations are wanted to
participate in this event.
If you are interested in
a booth space, please e-mail


mhollandumc @bellsouth.ne
t for an application.
Inside and outside
booths are available. Inside
crafters booth are extremely
limited and will be given on
a first come, first serve
basis. Payment must accom-
pany reservation. Several
MarketPlace and outside
booths are available.


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Wednesday-September 5, 2007


S Ask the Preacher

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Dear Pastor Gallups, "Will there be pets in heaven?
Ecclesiastes 3:18-22 seems to indicate this." S.L. - Pace
Dear S.L., I hope there are pets in heaven. I sure do love
animals and I have had and still have animals that I would
love to spend eternity with. The Bible makes clear that ani-
mals have always been a part of creation, primarily for man's
use and enjoyment. In my opinion, there will be animals in
both the millennial reign of Jesus on earth and in the "new
heaven and new earth" (Rev. 21) that the Lord has prepared
for those who love him.
As to whether our specific pets will be there or not, I do
not believe the Bible addresses this. But, I will leave all
those details up to my loving Lord.
Now, as for the passage you referred to in Ecclesiastes,
(3:18-22) let me put it in context for you and the readers. It
does not address pets in heaven or even the existence of ani-
mals in heaven. Rather, you are reading the bitter, accusing
words of a man (Solomon) who has rejected the Lord at a
very important time in his life. He has lost perspective and is
frantically looking for answers to life. Most of his search
leads him to what he can see, feel and experience rather than
the truth of God's Word and way. Sound familiar?
In this passage he draws the mistaken conclusion that
life is pretty meaningless and that humans are not much dif-
ferent than animals. They both come from dust and they both
return to dust.
But of course, we know the "rest of the story." Jesus
came to show us that there is life after death and that death
is not the end of life, especially for those who belong to the
Lord. He came to show us and promise us that there is mean-
ing, purpose, worth and dignity to all of life when life is
lived in a Biblical perspective. He came to show us that we
are infinitely more valuable than mere animals.
Solomon asks the question in verse 22, "for who can
bring him (man) to see what will happen after him?" (NIV).
Well, Solomon, the Lord Jesus can and DID, that's who!
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
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Time to Spare
If you find you have extra time on your hands as the kids return
to school, the Santa Rosa Medical Center Auxiliary needs you!
As a volunteer, you have a variety of options to give of your
time and talents to Santa Rosa Medical Center. We have
' opportunities for volunteers to help greet visitors at the
a front desk, deliver flowers and mail, work in the hospital's
gift shop, and many, many more choices. Regardless of the
strengths you possess and the amount of time you are
able to commit each week, we have a job just for you.
And best of all, you will feel a great sense of satisfaction
- every single day you volunteer because you will leave
your post knowing that you have made a difference in at
least one person's life that day.
Our volunteers play an integral role in the success of
Santa Rosa Medical Center, and we invite you to consider
joining this outstanding group of individuals. You will be
doing something good for your community and your neighbors,
and you will be doing something good for yourself, as well. Whatever
your background or interests, we'll find a project or service that's right for
you. Please call Aleta Hoodless at 850-626-5113 for more information.


Digital Mammography
At Santa Rosa Medical Center, helping women
achieve better health is a top priority. Every -
year, breast cancer claims the. lives of mothers,
daughters, and sisters in our community, and we , . 'f
want to do all that we can to help ensure early . '"
diagnosis and treatment. That's why we are now . " '
offering digital mammography - an important l
tool in the fight against breast cancer. .
Using electric signals, images are captured which can then be viewed on
high-tech computers. The high quality images are particularly effective in
detecting conditions in dense breast tissue which is sometimes difficult
to capture and visualize in traditional film mammograms. Once the digital
images are recorded, they can easily be stored, retrieved and electronically
transmitted.
Digital mammography offers an important advantage in the fight against
cancer, and at Santa Rosa Medical Center, we will continue to do all that we
can to bring the latest technology to our community.


Key to Keeping

Them Healthy
We know how important good health is for you
and your family. That's why we leave nothing to
chance when it comes to the care we offer our
community.
Whether you come to us for emergency care,
heart care, women's services, general surgery,
pediatric services or more, you'll find that our
success lies in the high standards we embrace
and our ability to consistently stay focused on
what matters most - you.
Our pledge is to do all that we can to appropriately
diagnose and treat you and to measure up to
your expectations. Come see for yourself why
Santa Rosa Medical Center is a good choice for
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When Lightning

Strikes
At Santa Rosa Medical Center, we
wanttoencourageourcommunity
to be aware of the dangers of
lightning. Our state has more than
its share of lightning strikes due
to a number of factors including
our topography, location to the
Gulf and Atlantic, and numerous
storms. Unfortunately, our state
also has numerous deaths and
injuries each year related to
lightning strikes, and we want
everyone to be aware that
lightning is extremely dangerous.
If threatening weather is entering the area, you shou.jd immediately move
indoors. From the first sound of thunder, you are in a potentially dangerous
situation. Do not wait until you see lightning to take shelter. Avoid open
spaces like the beach, boats, swimming pools, golf courses, parking lots, and
even your own backyard. Standing beneath a tree is particularly dangerous
as trees can serve as lightning conductors. Pine treesare particularly
vulnerable. The safest place to be is inside your home or other permanent
shelter or in your car with your doors and windows closed.
Lightning travels quickly. Finishing a round of golf, getting groceries out
of the car, or trying to cut the grass before the rain starts can all lead to a
dangerous situation. Respect the power of this natural phenomenon and
"wait until the storm leaves the area before returning outdoors.



Upco ming Events:

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refresher course for persons age 55 and above. Cost is ten
dollars ($10.00) per person, which is for the material
and supplies. AARP membership is not required.
Individuals age 50 - 54 may attend, but insurance
reduction is not mandated prior to age 55.
EARLY REGISTRATION is required to confirm
seating, as class size is limited to 30. This one-day session is
scheduled for Monday, September 17th, from 8:00 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. in the Locklin Education Center.
Please contact Aleta Hoodless at 626-5113 to register.

Understanding Diabetes
Diabetes affects millions of Americans, and the team at Santa Rosa Medical
Center understands the day-to-day challenges diabetes causes. Please
join Susan Giannakis, RD, CDE, for a Diabetes Support Group meeting on
Tuesday, September 11th, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at Locklin Education Center
just behind Santa Rosa Medical Center. Friends and family members are
welcome to attend.
For more Information, please call 626.5196,

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September 5, 2007
Section B


Gridiron action ahead has promise


7 Pace, Milton, and Jay look to continue winning streaks


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @ srpressgazette.comrn
Football fans and coaches
got to see what their teams
were made of last Friday in
the first official game of the
2007 season.
Milton, a 31-14 winner
over Ft. Walton Beach, and
Pace, a 3-0 winner over Pine
Forest, defense was the name
of the game.
Despite a break due to
lightning and weather con-
cerns the Patriots (1-0) held
off last year's Class 3A
Runner-up.
Now the Patriots will be
focusing on a group of young
Dolphins when they visit Gulf
Breeze at 7 p.m. this Friday.
Pace has one the last five
meetings against the


Dolphins, but three of those
games have been decided by
three points or less including
last seasons 23-20 decision.
In 2004 the Pats handily
defeated Gulf Breeze 35-14,
while the year prior to Gulf
Breeze head coach Chris
Neimth arrival Pace defeated
the Dolphins 49-0.
Pace head coach Mickey
Lindsey will be the first to tell
you his squad will be tested
several times this season and
this will be a game they defi-
nitely will not over look.
For Milton, Mike
McMillion was very pleased
with his team and its first half
effort against Ft. Walton
Beach in a 31-14 win.
Defensively the Panthers
intercepted five passes and


Recovered one fumble, offen-
sively Milton took advantage
of the field position afforded
them to build a 28-7 halftime
lead.
McMillion wants his team
to put four quarters together
and they will try to achieve
this goal against Escambia
County Friday at 7 p.m.
The Gators are coming off
a 30-8 win over Tate High
School, but their history
against Milton is not as favor-
able.
In the last three meetings
between the two former dis-
trict foes Milton has been per-
fect.
Last season the Panthers
romped to a 36-8 win and the
season before that it was a 42-
7 margin of victory.


Overall in the last three
meeting Milton has outscored
the Gators 114-24.
The other game of local
interest will find one team
evening their record at 1-1,
while the other will start the
season at 0-2.
Jay, who lost to Flomaton
14-7, will be hosting Vernon
(0-1) at 7 p.m.
Vernon is coming off a
26-20 loss to Chipley at
home.
Last season the Royals
defeated Vernon 18-6, which
is only one of two wins Jay
has against Vernon over the
last five meetings.
The other win occurred in
2003 when the Royals won
20-14.
As of press time there was


Jay's offensive attack could change against Vernon with questions
circulating around quarterback Brandt Hendricks and his injury
against Flomaton.


no update available on quar-
terback Brandt Hendricks
who was reported to have suf-


Press Gazette file photo
fered a possible concussion in
Jay's season opener against
Flomaton.


Weekley remains


solid in FedEx Cup


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.comn
Phil Mickelson did what
he had to do on Monday to
win the Deutsche Bank
Championship at TPC of
Boston, but also survived the
Tiger.
Mickelson, who was
pared with Tiger Woods for
the final round, shot a five
under par 66 to win, while
Tiger finished one stroke back
on the day with a 67 to finish
in a tie for second at 14-under
par with Brett Wetterich and
Arron Oberholser to finish two
shots back.
Milton grad Heath Slocum
finished in a tie for 23rd over-
all at five under par after card-
ing a round at even par.
Slocum, who won
$59,000 ended in a tie with
John Senden, Trevor
Immelman, Steve Elkington,
Angel Cabrea, Jonathan Byrd,
and Jason Gore.
Boo Weekley, who
entered the second round of
the FedEx Cup in 20th place,
carded a two over par final
round of 73 to finish in a six
way tie for 41st.
Weekley, who earned
$25,200, ended in a tie with
Matt Kuchar, Rod Pampling,
Ryan Moore, Vaughn Taylor,
and Bart Bryan.
Bubba Watson failed to
make the cut on Saturday as
his two day total of 147 was
four strokes off the cut of 143.


Watson suffered a major
setback on Friday when he
shot an opening round of 78.
He followed that round with a
69 on Saturday, but the dam-
age had been done.
Phil Mickelson took over
the FedEx point standings
with his win, but he is uncer-
taip -if he will play at the
BMW in Chicago, which will
feature the top 70 players in
FedEx points.
Woods' who has five wins
this season is in third place
overall just under 5,000 points
behind Mickelson.
Weekley is still in 20th
place and is around 13,000
points behind Mickelson.
Slocum is in 26th place
wile trailing Mickelson by
some 14,000 points.
Watson currently sits in
42nd place around 15,000
points back.
After the BMW in
Chicago the top 30 players in
FedEx points will play in the
Tour Championship in
Atlanta, where Slocum cur-
rently makes his home.
Weekley held steady 'in
points, while Slocum dropped
a spot and Watson fell six
places.
The Nationwide Tour had
the week off and it is unknown
at press time if Ben Bates will
play in the Utah Energy
Solutions Championship,
which will get underway on
Sept. 6.


was delayed due to a storm in the area, but Pace held on to win 3-0.
Press Gazette photo by Tim Bettis


Patriots

By TIM BETTIS the
PG Sports Correspondent soli
A muggy Friday night out
brought the Pace Patriots to seco
Pensacola to battle the Pine but
Forest Eagles in a predomi- thirc
nantly defensive battle Pace wou
ended up winning 3-0. to th
The Patriots took the touc
opening kickoff and the strug-
gle began. Two incomplete got
passes and a successful but next
short rush by junior Travis mor
Scott set up the games first have
punt. The Eagles took over on whe
the 45. They decided to go reco
with the ground game from Eag]


ground Eagi

start. First down showed a the turnover going three and
d five yard gain but a pitch out and again had to punt the
attempt was fumbled on ball away.
ond. Pine Forest recovered The defensive line and
an incomplete pass on linebackers on both teams
d meant that the Eagles played an extremely heads up
ld be kicking the ball back game stopping the majority of.
ie Patriots after only three the running plays at or behind
hes. the line of scrimmage and the
Pace High's Airi Johnson secondary did and awesome
the ball five times on the job of covering against the
t eight plays rushing for passing game. At several
e than 35 yards only to stages of the game rushing,
e the momentum quashed passing or punting seemed to
n a fumbled ball was move the ball more than 20 or
vered by Pine Forest. The so yards from the middle of
les failed to capitalize on the field.


es 3-0

Pace had their own three
and out series and to make
matters worse, the punt went
off of the side of the punters
foot giving the Eagles great
field position on the Patriots
30.
Pine Forest rushed for two
gains to end the first quarter,
then opened the second with
more positive yardage giving
them another first down mov-
ing the ball close to the Patriot
end zone.
Then the Eagles' running
game was saddled with a two
See, PACE, Page 2B


Milton intercepts Ft. Walton


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.comn
Mother Nature was not the
only thing to cloud up and rain
Friday night at Haywood
Hanna Panther Stadium.
The Milton defense rained
on the Vikings new offense by
intercepting five passes and
forcing a turnover in Milton's
31-14 win.
Despite five interceptions
Vikings sophomore quarter-
back Luke Barnes finished the
night completing 18 of 15
passing attempts for 214
Milton's Anthony Loomis fights
his way forward while dragging
a Ft. Walton defender during
the second half of the Panthers
31-14 season opening win over
the Vikings.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


yards.
His big target on the night
was junior Will Wamble who
picked one of Barnes' darts
out of the air and went 81
yards for a touchdown to give
the Ft. Walton Beach a 7-0
lead, which was very short
lived.
Milton would score the
next 28 points to take a 28-7
lead at halftime.
Milton's first score took
only a few minutes as Dedrick
Simmons gave the Panthers
excellent field position to start
the drive at the Vikings 45.
Quarterback Dustin Land
helped with a 33 yard run to
the Ft. Walton 1 leaving the
work to Talris Brown who car-
ried the ball the final yard for
the score.
"We met all of our goals in
See, MILTON, Page 2B


By KEN BARNES
PG Sports Correspondent
Opening games usually
serve as a reference point for
the coaches and players; a
barometer if you will for how
much work is needed in cer-
tain areas to attain the neces-
sary goals. __
F o r 10D"- ,.
J a y ' s
Royals, it ,
wasn't a
matter of a
lack of
e effort ,,
desire, or
hustle that
spelled
Friday in
the season Bell
opener at
Merle V. North Stadium.
"Our coaches did a great
job lining everybody up and
getting everyone ready to
play," said Jay Head Coach


Elijah Bell. "We've just got a
long way to go."
The 14-7 setback to the
neighbors across the state line
was a typical smash mouth
affair, but the Flomaton
Hurricanes got the better of it
down the stretch to take the
win.
Two fantastic goal lines
stands kept Jay in the contest
as the visitors threatened to ice
the game early.
The Royals denied the
Canes a "go-ahead" score early
in the first period with the ball
resting on the Jay 1. Jay
slammed the door on fourth
down and took over.
Jay's only score started at
that point as the Royals marched
99 yards in 15 snaps to pay dirt.
From the Cane 3, quarterback
Brandt Hendricks burrowed in
to put Jay up, 6-0. Tyler
DeGraaf added the point to
make it 7-0 with 8:36 showing.
See, JAY, Page 3B


Canes storm Jay

U Royals defense can not

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Wednesday-September 5, 2007


Sports


Pace


Continued From Page One
yard loss on first down. On
second and third downs, the
Eagles showed positive gains,
but not enough for another
first. Pine Forest opted for a
field goal attempt but a low
delivery saw that attempt
blocked and the Patriots
recovered the ball on their
two.
Again through the efforts
of strong defense, the Patriots
were forced to punt, this time
from their end zone giving the
Eagles the ball on the Pace 40
yard line.
Pine Forest moved for-
ward for three on first down,
but second down brought a
huge loss of yardage on a fum-
bled ball. The Eagles recov-
ered the ball, but had been set
back almost 20 yards. No gain
on third brought yet another
punt and this time Pace was
determined to make a move.
The punt was blocked and the
Patriots recovered the ball on
the Eagles' 35.
Again having a hard time
making good on a turnover,
Pace went three and out and
again kicked it away. This
time the punt was a good one
and the Patriots downed the
ball on the Eagles' three.
Pine Forest came back
hard but as they had seen to
this point, the defense was
there for business. Three short
plays later, the Eagles kicked
the ball right back to where it
had come from and the
Patriots took the ball back
over at their 40.
The tougher the defense
played, the more determined
the offenses seemed to get. A
Pace first and ten saw major
yardage gained on an around
the end rush play but with the
end zone in sight, nature this
time would be the defense to
slow the Patriots when thun-
der and lightning brought a
stoppage of play with 1:28 left


in the first half.
Tonight's game had begun
at 7:30 pm. The storm delay
brought the teams back onto
the field to finish the remain-
ing 1:28 of the first at about
9:30.
The game resumed where
it had left off, third and five
for the Patriots, and with a six
yard gain Pace found them-
selves with first and ten at the
19 yard line. A short gain on
the ground and a couple of
incomplete passes left the
Patriots going for a field goal
instead of a touchdown. As
luck would have it, the kick
went wide and was no good
but a flag and a penalty against
the Eagles gave Pace a second
try at the uprights. The re-kick
was good and the Patriots took
the lead 3-0 with the games
first and only score.
Pace kicked off to Pine
Forest and the Eagles returned
the ball 20 yards but only had
enough time left on the clock
for one play before the first
half "technically" ended.
Again Pace kicked off to
Pine Forest, only this time it
was a bullet onside kick which
the Patriots recovered on their
own 40.
These strong young men
were determined, but neither
of these well matched teams
was going to give in and once
again Pace was forced to relin-
quish the ball, this time over
on downs. Almost the entire
third quarter was a mid-field
battle netting no long gains,
few extra first downs and no
points on the board.
Twice during the fourth
quarter Pine Forest moved the
ball close enough for field
goal attempts and twice the
attempts were sent wide keep-
ing the game at 3-0.
Abandoning the punting
game, both teams turned the
ball over on downs on each of
their respective possessions.


(Above) Pace junior quarter-
back Aaron Munoz finds a
passing lane for a pass attempt
Friday against Pine Forest.
(Right) Senior Riley Hawkins
works his way past a defender
after making a catch in Friday's
3-0 win over Pine Forest in
Pensacola.

Press Gazette photo
by Tim Bettis

Pace ultimately found them-
selves in control of the ball
with the clock winding down
and took a knee on the final
two plays to end the game.
After a tough game and an
impressive show 'of defenses,
Pace took the win, 3-0.
Pace head coach Mickey
Lindsey gave thanks to Pine
Forest and said, "they played
good and fought hard" and
that he was proud of his team.
His "kids did good".


Milton's Dedrick Simmons works his way upfield after one of his two pass interceptions Friday against Ft. Walton Beach. On the night
the Milton defense accounted for five interceptions and one forced fumble.


Continued From Page One
the first half as a team," said
Milton Head Coach Mike
McMillion. "But we didn't
meet those same goals in the
second half.
"Defensively I was very
pleased with our performance,
but we have to play a full four
quarters of football."
Matt Shouppe would add
the point after to tie the game
7-7.
A fumble by Ft. Walton
would set up a one play drive
as David Morgan scampered
23 yards to make it 14-7 after
Shouppe's kick.
Brown wasn't done as
Milton would score again on
an eight drive play to make it
21-7 with over 10 minutes
until halftime.
Milton's final score of the
half was set up when William
Beasley intercepted a pass to
give the Panthers the ball on
the Vikings 44.
Four plays later Land car-
ried the ball in for the touch-


down with 1:03 until halftime,
"The turnovers and penal-
ties really hurt us tonight,"
said FWB Head Coach Mike
Owens. "We have a ninth
graders at running back and a
10 grade quarterback, but that
is no excuse for how we
played tonight.
"We didn't do what we
needed to, to win, but I did see
a lot of bright spots during the
game."
One of those bright spots
was the running game provid-
ed by Charlie Lott who carried
the ball 13 times for 98 yards
and proved to be very difficult
for the Panthers defense to
stop until he had gained sever-
al yards.
After halftime Ft. Walton
Beach got some great field
position following a Milton
punt starting at its own 45-
yard line.
Barnes carried the ball for
a five-yard gain and the
Panthers were flagged for an
unsportsmanlike conduct


penalty.
After an incomplete pass,
Lott gained 28 yards to take
the Vikings down to the
Milton 7.
Then on first and goal we
get a little Controversy.
Barnes finds Chase
Dodson in the end zone for a
seven-yard completion.
But one side judge is sig-
naling touchdown and the
other is indicating an incom-
plete pass.
Following a brief huddle
the referee came from the
group to indicate touchdown
with 4:15 remaining in the

Milton's David Morgan finds a
seam created by the Panther's
offensive line to break a huge
gain. Morgan led the Panthers
in rushing Friday night with 69
yards on 12 carries and one
touchdown. As a team the
Panthers rushed for nearly 250
yards in the win.

Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


third quarter as Ft. Walton
Beach cut the lead to 28-14.


Milton's defense took control of the game as they limited the suc-
cess of the Vikings running or passing attack in the second half.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Sports


Futbol Club of Santa
Rosa Fall Soccer:
Registration is currently
ongoing for the fall recre-
ational season, online reg-
istration is available at the
FCSR website
www.fcsantarosa.com.
A fee is involved in
participation with this
soccer league. There is an
additional fee for team
jerseys.
Individuals interested
in coaching or assisting
*can sign up on the volun-
teer page while register-
ing their child or email
vicepresident @ fcsan-
tarosa. com.
More information on
the recreational and select
soccer programs is avail-
able on the club website.
Stonebrook Golf
Tournament: Stonebrook
Golf Club will be holding
a men's invitational on
Sept. 8 and Sept. 9
* This tournament will
'be an individual format.
For more information
on fees for members and
non-members contact
Stonebrook Golf Club.
Bud Light Charity
Challenge Tennis: The
LPensacola Sports
�Association will hold the
;Third Annual Bud Light
iCharity Challenge Tennis
:'Tournament at the
"Pensacola Racquet Club.
The challenge will be
,held Sept. 14 and 15 with
,a portion of the proceeds
,going to support the ARC
'Gateway.
Tennis players of any
* 'skill level can play and
players will be grouped by
abilityy levels.
For non-tennis play-
ers,, the event will. include
-a silent auction with vari-
'ous weekend getaways,
,gift baskets from area
businesses, sports memo-
rabilia, and plants from
the ARC Gateway nurs-
ery.
Registration deadline
for the tournament is Sept.
11.
For more information
call 434-2800 or go online


to www.pensacolasports
cornn
Milton Cheer Clinic:
Milton High School will
host a cheer clinic Sept.
10 through Sept. 13 at the
Milton Community
Center.
The clinic will run
from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. each
day and is open to girls
from kindergarten to 8th
grade.
Cost of the camp cov-
ers instruction, T-shirt and
admission to the Milton
home football game
against Navarre.
For costs and further
information contact
Milton High School.
Two-man Golf
Scramble: The Mid-
South Golf Association
will be holding a two-man
golf scramble at
Tanglewood Golf Club.
This scramble will be
held on Sept. 15 and 16 .
For more information
or to register, contact the
Tanglewood Pro Shop at
623-6176.
Seafood Festival 5K:
The Pensacola Runners
will. host the Seafood 5K
to help kickoff the 2007
Pensacola Seafood
Festival.
This year's event will
cover a certified, scenic,
flat loop through historic
downtown Pensacola on
Sept. 22.
Also, this will be the
first time the first male
and female runners in the
Great Senior
Grandmasters (age 70 and
up) category will be eligi-
ble for awards.
The race will get under-
way at 8 a.m. at Seville
. Quarter.
A post race party and
awards will be held at
�Phineas Phoggs in Seville
Quarter.
Printable registration
forms are available at
www.pensacolarunners.com
or at area sport shops and
health clubs.
Fall Golf Scramble:
The Milton High Baseball
Booster Club will hold a Fall


Golf Tournament Oct. 6 at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.
This is a three-person golf
scramble to benefit the Milton
High School baseball team.
Entry fee will cover golf,
cart, lunch, beverages, range
balls, and prizes.
For more information
call 293-2735.
Tanglewood Ladies
Golf Invitational: The
Tanglewood Ladies Golf
Association will hold their
ladies invitational golf tour-
nament on Oct. 11.
This will be a two lady
team best ball format with a
maximum of eight strokes
per hole between partners.
All players must have an
established U.S.G.A. handi-
cap with a maximum of 36
and players must be 18 years
old.
Ladies playing in the,
tournament will receive a
complimentary practice
round of golf between Oct. 1
and Oct. 5.
Registration and a conti-
nental breakfast will begin at
8 a.m., with a shotgun start
set for 9 a.m.
Following the tourna-
ment there will be a lunch-
eon and awards ceremony.
For more information
and entry fee call 626-0014.
Tennis Round-Up: The
Annual Pensacola Senior
Games will sponsor Seniors
and Adults Racket Round-Up
Free Tennis Clinics from
September 17 - 20 (8 a.m. - 12
Noon) at Pensacola Junior
College, Main Campus.
Seniors and Adults are wel-
come for fun-learning Tennis
with your Pro-Tennis
Instructor, Mario Alvarez, and
Associates. Extra .rackets (on
loan) and tennis balls are pro-
vided. For further informa-
tion, contact 623-2911.
More activities can be
found - - at
www.srpressga7ette com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


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Jay's defense, which is seen at work in the Kickoff Classic, held the Flomaton Hurricanes to just 14
points and successfully defended their goal line on two separate occasions Friday.
Press Gazette file photo


Jay

Continued From Page One
During the scoring drive
Hendricks hit Dale Barlow
with a 36 yard pass to put a
charge into the Royals first
touchdown opportunity.
Flomaton, led by all-pur-
pose player Tony Ellis' 164
yards on 23 carries, moved the
ball from their own 23 to the
Royals' three, but the Jay
defense rose to the occasion
yet again and dissipated the
Hurricane drive at the Royals
two.
"Defensively, we held
them in check," said Bell.
"Ellis is probably the best
back-we'll face all year."
The Canes knotted the
score with 23 seconds left
before halftime at 7-7.
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Hendricks at the quarterback
position as Hendricks appar-
ently suffered a concussion
before the end of the first half.
The second half wasn't
good to Jay as the Royals
failed to sustain any momen-'
tum and punch on offense
against an athletic Cane outfit.
Defensively, Jay was led
by Rush Hendricks, Micah
Owens, and Dustin James,
while Jacob Boughton and
Spencer Grey were doing their
best to disturb the Hurricanes'
offense as they both spent
quite a bit of the game in the
backfield.
"Tonight Flomaton has a
lot better football players than
we did," said Bell. "This was a
character builder for us. I was
proud of the effort...we didn't


get embarrassed."
Across the sideline
Flomaton Head Coach Doug
Vickery was elated with his
team's play and intensity.
"This was a hard fought
contest," said Vickery. "There
were some big hits tonight.
"We had some first half
opportunities, but Jay came
up big defensively. "This was
a big win."
Vickery could still be
smarting from an 81 yards
touchdown by Ellis in the
first half that was called back
due to a penalty.
Offensively, Jay posted
68 total yards, while
Flomaton piled up 264.
This Friday the Royals
will entertain Vernon at 7
p.m.


Samantha Lewis and Lizzie Gunter create a wall to stop Tate's
attempt for a kill, but it wasn't enough for Pace to win the
match. Pace lost their match in four games at home Thursday
25-15, 17-25, 25-13, and 25-14. Pace is now 0-2 on the season
under first year Coach Jodi Goetz.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Milton's Fisher Bodenstein is seen chipping onto the second
green during a head to head match against Pace at
Tanglewood Country Club on Thursday. Bodenstein carded a
43 as Pace defeated the Panthers 154-179. Pace was led by
Tyler Klava who carded a 34, while Troy Jordan led Milton
with a 41.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA, PRO-
BATED DIVISION
FILE NO. 57-2007-CP-252
DIVISION
IN RE:
ESTATE OF SAMI SALEEM
KHOURY A/K/A SAMI S.
KHOURY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
. of SAMI SALEEM KHOURY
A/K/A SAMI S. KHOURY, de-
ceased whose date of death
i was Novermber 8 2001 was
Court for Los Angeles County,
County, California, Probate 1i-
vison, the address of which is
Probate Court- 1 1 North Hill
Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012.
The Ancillary Formal Adminis-
tration is pending in the Circuit
Court for Santa Rosa County,
F. lorida, Probate Division, File
Number 57-2007-CP-252, the
address of which is P.O. Box
472, Milton, FL 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 decedents
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 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
decedent'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 PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is Seplember 1,
S 2007.
Attorney for Personal Represent-
alive
/s/KERRY ANNE SCHULTZ
Kerry Anne Schultz
Bordelon & Schultz Law Firm,
F PL.
Florida Bar No. 563188
2721 Gulf Breeze Parkway
Gulf Breeze Florida 32563
Telephone: (850) 934-1000
Personal Representative
S/s/RANDA C. KHOURY
Randa C. Khoury
287 W. Grandview Avenue
Sierra Madre, California
91024-1759
090507
091207
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO:07-02-CA
CITIMORTGAGE INC., SUC-
t CESSOR BY MERGER TO FIRST
NATIONWIDE MORTGAGE
CORPORATION
PLAINTIFF
VS.
LINDA G. WYLIE; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF LINDA G. WYLIE,
IF ANY ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
S AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFEND.
ANTIS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UN-
;!r KNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES
HEIRS, DEVISEES GRANTEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS,
ESCAMI81A COUNTY, FL;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to an Order Granting the
Motion to Reset Foreclosure
Sale dated August 27, 2007
itq entered in Civil Case No
07-02-CA of the Circuit Court of
the 1ST Judicial Circuit in and
for SANTA ROSA County, MIL-
TON, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
at NORTH FRONT STEPS of the
SANTA ROSA County Court-
house 6816 CAROLINE
STREET, MILTON, Florida, al
11.00 a.m. on the 25 day of
September, 2007 the following
described property as set fortE
in said Summary Final Judg-


ownner as of the date o thie lis 'wilt;
aendens, must file a claim Under section 120.63(3) of the
within 60 days a ter the sae. Florida Statues, however, any DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
person who has asked the De- ERTY
Dated this 28 day of August, apartment for notice of agency
2007. action may file a petition withinI 1993 PETERBUILT TRACTOR ,


MARY M JOHNSON
Clerk of the Circuit Court
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brandy Norris
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ACT, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the SANTA ROSA County
Courthouse at NONE,
1-800-055-8771 (TDDI or
1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
DAVID J. STERN, PA.
801 S. UNIVERSITY DRIVE
SUITE 500
PLANTATION, FL 33324
(954) 233-8000
06-70731 (FNM)
090507
091207
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVI-
RONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT TO IS-

This intent to issue a permit and
authorization lo use sovereign
submerged lands (File N0.
57-0248560-006-DF) to Mid-
way/Navarre Properties, LLC.
3022 Club Drive Destin, FL
32550, to impact 0.56 acres of
DEP wetlands for the construc-
tion of a residential subdivision
and to plan the native marsh
cordgrass Spartina alterniflora
up to ten feet waterward of the
mean high water line is hereby
granted unless a sufficient peh-
ion for an administrative hear-
ins is timely filed under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statutes as provided be-
low.
The project is located in un-
named wetlands and on Santa
Rosa Sound, Class II Waters of
the State, Prohibited Shellfish
Harvesting Area, Soulh of US
Hwy 98 in Gulf Breeze, parcel
ID
29-2S-27-0000-00600-0000,
Section 20, Township 02-South
Range 27-West, Latitude N 30'
24' 4.0"/ Longitude W 86� 58'
31.4" in Santa Rosa County.
The procedures for petitioning
for a hearing ore set forth be-
low.
A person whose substantial in.
terests are affected by the De-
partment's action mnay petition
for an administrative proceed-
ing (heoringq) under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statues. The petition
must contain the information set
forth below and iust be filed
received by the clerk) in tve Of-
fice of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
35 Tallahassee, Florida
32�99-3000.
Because the administrative hear-
mg process is designed to rede-
ermine final agency action on
the application, Ithe filing of a
etition for an administrative
hearing may result in a modifi-
cation of fhe permit and lease,
or even a denial of the applica-
tion. Accordingly, the applicant
is advised no4 to commence
construction or other activities
under this permit / lease until
the deadlines belc Ih ,
petition for an , ..... .....
hearing, or request for rn exten-
sion oFtime have expired.
Under rul i I '.-_ .
the Florida . .... i . . ,
a person whose substantial in
terests are affected by the De-
portment's action ma also re-
cuest an extension of time to file
a petition for an administrative
leaning. The Department may,
for good cause shown, grant
the request for an extension of
ime. Requests for extension of
time music be field willth e Of-
fice of General Counsel of the
Department al 3900 Common-
wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
35, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000, before the appli-
cable deadline A timely re-
quest for extension of time shall
toll the running time period for
filing a petition until the request
is acted upon. If a request is
filed late, ithe Department may
still grant i t upon a motion by
the requesting party showing
that the failure to file a request
for an extension of lime before
the deadline vwas the result of
excusable neglect.
In the event that a timely and
sufficient petition for an adrinis-
trative hearing I' ' otheI
persons whose i: i . .'. I inter
ests will be affected by the out-
come of the admirstintive pirr
ess have the riht tl i
intervene in the' p,
tervenion will b,. . I , .,
creation of the t.. officer
upon the filing 'at a motion in
compliance with rule
28-106.205 of the Florida Ad-
ministrative Code.


14 days of such notice regard- VIN NO:
less of the date of publication. 1XPCD69X2PN331839
The petitioner shall mail a copy 1999 ENTYRE TRAILER
of the petition to the applicant VIN NO:
at the address indicated above 1E9270590XE111348
at the time of ,i-.. The failure
of any person _. .1 a petition I shall offer this, property for
for an administrative hearing or sale, at east front door of the
pursue mediation as provided Santa Rosa Criminal Justice Fa-
elow within the appropriate cility, in Milton, Santa Rosa
time period shall constitute a County, Florida, at the hour of
waiver of those rights. 1:00 p.m. on the 9th day of Oc-
tober, 2007, Or as soon there-
A petition that disputes the ma- after as possible. I will offer for
trial facts on which the Depart- sale all the said defendant's
ment's action is based must con- WEST DIG DISPOSAL LLC AND
tain the following information: LOREN BERENS and WEST
DIG DISPOSAL LLC AND RYAN
(a) The name and address WAIER right, title, and interest
of each agency affected and in the aforesaid personal prop-
each agency's file or identifica- eriv, at public auction and will
tion number, if known; sell the same, subject to
(b) The name address, taxes, all prior liens, en-
and telephone number of the cumbrances anc ludg-
petitioner; the name, address ments, if any to the . igh-
and telephone number of the est and best bidder or
petitioner's representative, if CASH IN HAND. The proceeds
any, which shall be the address to be applied as far as may be
for service purposes during the to the payment of costs and the
course of the proceeding; and satisfaction of the above de-
an explanation of how tle peti- scribed execution.
tioner's substantial interests are
or will be affected by the WENDELL HALL, SHERIFF OF
agency determination; SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
Ic] A statement of when IDA
and how the petitioner received By: Rosie Rogers
notice of the agency decision; Rosie Rogers
d) A statement of all dis- Deputy Steriff
ute issues of material fact. If
here are none, the petition must IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY RE-
so indicate; QUIRING SPECIAL ACCOM-
( elA concise statement of MODATIONS OR TO AR-
the ultimate facts alleged, in- RANGE TO VIEW THE PROP-
cluding the specific facts that ERTY, PLEASE CONTACT JAN-
the petitioner contends warrant ICE PLATT (18501 983-1281 AT
reversal or modification of the LEAST SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR
agency's proposed action and TO THE SALE DATE.
Il A statement of the spe-
cific rules or statues that the pe- 090507
titioner contends require rever- 091207
sal or modification of the agen- 091907
cy's proposed action; 092607
(g) A statement of the re- 9/958
lief sought by the petitioner, sla
in precisely the action that the
peJitorner wishes the agency to
take with respect to the agen-
cy's proposed action.


A petition that does not dispute
the material facts on which the
Department's action is based
shall state that no such Facts are
in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as
set forth above as required by
rule 28-106.31l. Under sec-
tions 120.569(2)(c) and (d) of
the Florida Statues, a petition
for administrative hearing must
be dismissed by the agency if
the petition does not subslan-
tially' comply with the above re-
quirements or is untimely filed.
This action is final and effective
on the date filed with the Clerk
of the Department unless a peti-
tion is filed in accordance with
the above, Upon the timely fil-
ing of petition this order wilt not
be effective until further order of
the Department.
This permit constitutes an order
of the Department. The appli-
cant has the riaht to seek udi-
cial review of e order under
section 120.68 of the Florida
Statues, by the filing of a notice
of appeal under rue 9.110 of
the Forida Rules of Appellate
Procedure with the Clerk of the
Department in the Office of
General Counsel, 3900 Com-
morweallh Boulevard, Mail Sta-
;:, c T-|Ilchassee, Florida
S. and b '- . a
copy of the notice of : : ac-
;-.r :"' - I -,." the applicable f il-
the appropriate
J. ,d lf appeal. The no-
tice of appeal must be filed
wilis 30 days from lthe date
when tne final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Department
Requests for review before the
Land and water Adjudicatory
Commission must be field with
the Secretary of the Commission
and served on the Department
within 20 days from the date
when tr e final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Department,
The application is available for
public infection during normal
. , hours, 8:00 a min to
S' m. Monday through Fri-
day, except legal holidays, at
Department oF Env onmenlal
Prolection, 160 Governmental
Center, Suite 201, Pensacola,
Florida 32502-5794

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Lost Black Male Toy Poo-
dle. Missing since
8/25/07, in the Wood-
bine & NvI !in Rd area.
Poodle hr seizure with-
out his medicine. Please
call 994-6242.
Lost in East Milton
Female, Australian "Blue
Heeler" Grayish coat,
medium size. No tags.
Please call 623-1 1102



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Call to describe. Location
found Holiday Inn Ex-
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oriental rug with colorful 2 lots, 1 vault $800.00 Drivers
Antiques for sale floral design. Excellent Yard Sale ea (negotiable).
Bottles, some furniture, condition. $75.00 Call: 9-8-07 Memory Park Cemetary Drivers Drivers Break Free
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white, long & short hair,
male & female. All cute,
cuddly &playful.
723-3309


Dining Room Set
Beautiful maple oval din-
ing table, by Keller
which includes (3 l(eaf
extensions and (61 heavy
duty chairs. The China
cabinet has a light with
(3( doors. Excellent con-
dition. $600.00 Call:
994-5939


Framed inside door -
New, left side.
Asking $40.00
Call 983-5220
Nature's Bed
Matress & box spring.
They are sold at "Rooms
To Go". Paid $1,200.00
plus tax, will sale for
$900.00 and NO TAX.
Have warranty Lnfo.
1-850-313-1658
Ratan I
Livingroom/sunroom
furniurniture. 994-6346
Two Rattan chairs
(very comfortable) with
matching ottoman and
glass cocktail/coffee ta-
ble. This ensemble would
be perfect for a Florida
Room. $100.00 Call:
994-5939


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| 3280 O
*SEALED BID*
1992 YALE
FORKLIFT
1863.2 hours running
time. In working condi-
tion sold as is, no guar-
antee no warranty Forklift
may be viewed with prior
arrangements at the Eglin
Main -xchange on Eglin
AFB. Sealed bids will be
accepted until
9/11/07, 1 PM CST
Minimum Bid $1000
For more information
Contact Christine Cook
850-678-6842 X 221

*SEALED BID*
1996 YALE
FORKLIFT
2381.1 hours running
time. In working condi-
tion sold as is, no guar-
antee no warranty. Zork-
lift may be viewed with
prior arrangements at the
Egin Main Exchange on
Eglin AFB. Sealed bids
will be accepted until
9/11/07, 1 PM CST
Minimum Bid $2000
For more information
Contact Christine Cook
850-678-6842 X 221


*SEALED BID*
1996 YALE
FORKLIFT
5669.7 hours running
I- l kVCJi dnLLI n


Ab-lounger $50.00
623-8127


SANTA ROSA
GUN & KNIFE
SHOW
Sept 15& 16 2007
9am until 5pm
Come and bring
the family
Santa Rosa County
Auditorium
Old Bagdad Hwy.,
Milton, Florida
*BUY
*SELL
*TRADE
Admission: Adult
$5.00
12 years old and
under - FREE.
For information,
call Billy Rogers @
(850(957-4952 or
(8501261-8407
after 5pm








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4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
4120- Sales
4130 - Employment
Information


litIe,, Iln woUil Ing ;Ildl-
tion sold as is, no guar-
antee no warranty. Fork-
lift may be viewed with
rior arrangements at the
glin Main Exchange on = 41
Eglin AFB. Sealed bids
will be accepted until Administrative
9/11/07, 1 PM CST
Minimum Bid $2000 Receptionist
SFor more information for part-time pR
Contact Christine Cook Please apply it
850-678-6842 X 221 Donniewejln.
IHome_ I AI-1


Massey Furgeson
135 Tractor. 35 h.p. gas
motor, new water pump,
.ood oil pressure, with
Box blade. $2,700 or
best offer. 995-9321 or
Cell 982-5353


S I


needed
position.
person at
Funeral
wy 90


Cable Modem Phone
Installers. Independent
contractor position avail-
able. Must have truck,
reatpy589
all:565-0589


several regular" routes
and on-ca I substitute
openings in the follow-
ing areas:
* Shalimar

* DeFuniak

* Crestview

Call Darrell
682-5608

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* Sandestin

* Walton Co.

* Okaloosa
Island
No phone calls,
please.
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.



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800-444-6042



Hospitality
Help Wanted
Local Italian Restaurant
looking for experienced
servers and kitchen help.
Please apply in person at
3974 Avalon Blvd.



Nursery Worker for
production nursery
needed. Weeding, load-
ing trucks, propagation
and other general
nursery work. Experience
preferred. Call for ap-
pointment. 983-912]


Clark Registered Childcare
Home Intant openings now.
18 years experience. CPR and
First Aid Certified. Call Jan at
994-7812





Cleaning Services
Rachiel Phillips
Highest Quality Results
"Guaranteed"
Homes, Rentals,
Move Outs
Affordable Rates
Free Estimates
20 years experience
Licensed & Insured
(850) 623-0327 or
cell (850) 393-7276
Monday-Saturday
8am-5pm

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


Dependable
Housekeeper
Seeking
additional clients.
Over 15 years
of experience!
References available
upon request
Call: 994-236





Concrete
Mike Kaylor
Cement Mason
* Patios *Driveways
*Walks
Free Estimates
No'job too small. Qual-
ity work at affordable



Concrete
Ron Gilley
Concrete
*Driveways *Patios
*Sidewalks *All Phases
of Concrete *Concrete
Removal Residential &
Commercial.
Free Estimates
(850)554-4107


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5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend





Help Families,
Help Yourself.
Build your own business
by helping families solve
their financial problems.
You determine your hours
and compensation
Primerica Financial Ser-
vices, A Citi Company
call Margarita
850-626-7188


Divorce 108, Adoption 80
Name Change 155
FREE TIpyng, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
1850 N. "W" St.
(1 blk.N. of Flea Market)


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



Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service. From
trimming to tractor work.
Clean-ups, raking, haul-
ing, mowing, bushogg-
ing, dirt work. Reasona-
ble rates, free estimates.
(8501623-0493.
Licensed & Insured.
K & N Lawn
Service
*Mowing
*Edging
*Trimming
*Debris Removal
Very reasonable prices.
Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861


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



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


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Good For

Tomorrow


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TODAY!




entlpee
St. Augustine
SFarm Direct
We Deliver
434-0066


Dan's Tractor
Works
Licensed and Insured
Bush-hogging, Tree
RemovaF, All reactor
Work Debris Removal
Dan Francisco-Owner
Cell: 850-529-8718
H ome: 850-623-8697




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





Pilot/Escort Service
J & R Pilot Escort
Service
No load too big or too
small, give us a call.
Licensed & Insured
Locally Owned & Oper-
ated. Certified with 2
years of experience.
(850) 777-9079 or
(850) 623-6582

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

The Cut-outs
Hair Design
Summer is almost over
come and pamper and
get refreshed in our re-
freshed salon. Call today
for appointment
994-21 114170 Pace
Rd, Pace. Patsy, Joanne
or Mary.

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


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Hot,
100
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S21
CKC registered poodle
pups. Have shots and are
health certified. $400.00
3 female, 1 male
Mother also available
2/2 years old, black
6y6 $100.00
Carl 259-5920 or
626-4558


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2000t sq. ft. ware-
house with 2 offices and
tool room. Large parking
area. New A/C and new
roof. 6711 Dixon.
352-384-9936
Milton Commercial of-
fice space. Eight offices.
Over 2 200 sq. ft.
$1,350 per month.
324-8337


Do Something
Good For
Tomorrow

RECYCLE

TODAY!


Owner'


Milton Office Space
off Berryhill Street across
from hospital. $350 per
month. Storage space
available. 324-8337
Milton Office Space
on Stewart Street $300
per month. Warehouse
space available also.
24-8337
Milton Warehouse.
Several sizes to choose
from. Over 1,000 sq ft.
$650 month. Smaller
warehouse spaces availa-
ble. 324-8337


6110

Milton
2BD/1BA Apartment for
rent, newly renovated,
just off Avalon Blvd.
50/month $500/dep
Call 994-9391


Milton
Brick 2plex
2bed/1 bath All ceramic
tile, stove, frig, LdrmRm,
NonSmoking. $590/mo.
Water included.
626-2928




The All New!
Jay

Apartments
FULLY RENOVATED
ONE, TWO, AND
THREE BEDROOM UNITS
NOW AVAILABLE
W.A.C.
850-983-6995


Say Sell!


Buyer's Market

8265 Continental Court,1,600 Sqft, 3 BR, 2 Bath

. . . . . . . . . .......... . . . . . Pensacola $142,000

6750 Millview Rd,1,900 Sqft, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
S . . .. ...... . . . . . . . . . . .Pensacola $125,000

6900 Cater St., 1,360 Sqft, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
. ...... . . . . . ......... Bagdad $98,500

5038 Cora St. 1,122 Sqft, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
. . . . . . ....... ........ . . Milton $150,000

5610 Cottonwood Dr. 2,350 Sqft, 3 BR, 2 Bath
MUST SELL ........... . . . . .Milton $220,100
3233 Atlas Dr., 1,200 Sqft, 3 BR, 2 Bath
. . ....... . ................. Milton $165,000

Lot 117 Winston St., Waterfront .. .Milton $79,000

5368-B N. Hamilton Lane, 1 Acre . .Pace $69,800

000 N Hamilton Lane, 6 Acres by Russel Park
GREAT FOR INVESTORS ...... Pace $249,800

Brenda C. Martin
100% Realt -Pensacola, Inc.

850-393-8804 I


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Bath
* Cathedral Ceiling in Great Room Chadwick 2
acious Kitchen & Dining Area with custom cabinets Stratford 2
* Architectural Shingles * Vinyl Exterior Trim Norwood 2
* Luxury Marble Vanity Tops Mayfair 2
* Garden Tub and Shower Diplomat 2
Ceiling Fans in all Bedroom and Great Room Hampton 2
* Walk-in Closets in Bedrooms Gemini 2
* French Doors * Gas or Wood Fireplace Inglewood 2
Srassado r 22
Oxford 2
ill build on Slab or Piers Lexington 2
&-- 1-3r -Pi.nbrook (Signuture Series) 2
* L * a a - Fieezwood 2
Kingston (Signature Series) 2
Executive 2
Regency (Signature Series) 3
2 Bedroom Duplex 2
Visit our website www.steelehomes.cc 3 Bedroom Duplex 4

S.S.STEELE
AND COMPANY, INCORPORATED
.......... 6705 N. Pensacola Blvd. * 477-7880
c. #CRCo44810 Toll Free (888) 231-1255


-2969


Pace
2BD/1 BA brick 3-plex
all ceramic tile. Stove,
fridge, dishwasher, laun-
dry room, grass cutting,
water, garbage included.
Non-smoking
$575/monti call
626-2928





3 Bedroom Home
bedrooms have hard-
wood floors. Two
baths/tile floors,
living-dining combina-
tion/new carpeting.
Large family
room/hardwood floor.
One-car
arage/washer-dryer
ook-ups. Fenced back-
yard. Berryhill Drive Mil-
ton. $950/Month. $950
deposit. 261-9131

Ba daddy
3/BR 1/BA fenced
yard. $500/mth.
V83-6142 or 516-1739

East Milton
2/BR 1/BA totally re-
modeled. Washer/dryer
$690/mth $690/deposit
983-9061

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

9400iiii JlLMB
imi-hum I"


Milton
2 bedroom 1 bath
duplex 6846 Roundup
Lane. Washer & Dryer in-
cluded $575 per month
$550 Deposit (850)
384-2076
Milton
3/BR 2/BA some utili-
ties included.Off of Pine
Blossom Rd. $950/mth
449-0457
Milton
3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage new tile & car-
pet. Miltay clause hon-
ored. $975/mth
$900/deposit. Call
850-501-0273
Milton
87 North Clean
2BR/1BA Mobile Home.
Water & garbage in-
cluded. No Pets.
300/deposit.
375/rent.
675-6614
Milton


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


BANK OWNED beautil
AUCTION $110,(
121 HOMES (850)6
all throughout FL. Proper-
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New Home for rent. properties.
All brick 3 bedroom, 2 Sun. Sept. 23,
bathrooms, one car gar- 1 PM
age. No smoking and no Held in Orlando, FL
pets. $950 monthly with Held in Orlando, FL
$950 deposit. Available Broker Cooperation East M
September 1st Call For terms/info/additional Almoa
850-206-9298 bidding sites visit 12x65
6250 Starhill Drive fisherauction.com septic 1
L. Fisher AU220, AB106 water ,
Milton 800.331.6620 per. Gi
2...OFF AVALON Sale subject to terms. proper
2BD /1BA, covered entry, Great I
all electric, CH&A with Milton needs
water and garbage in- $3001
clouded. $400 month 3/BR 2/BA with large (850)4
$300 deposit. 623-2567 fenced in backyard and
or 623-8753 (4306) workshop. Nice subdivi-
Milton sion, 6560 Imperial Milton
3/1 Newly remodeled Drive, Milton. $129,500.
No pets/No smoking. MYRICK Props. Inc. FOR S
Water & lawn care in- Call 512-5445 Land A
eluded. , homes
$785mo/$600dep Milton Can be
(850)994-7982 5065 I
Milton New brick home, 623-31
3BD/1 BA 3BD/2BA, 1365 sqft
$400.00mo/ lus 2 car garage,
$400.00dep Central 150k
H/A W/D hooh-up, new (850) 698-3402 Milton
windows. Mobile
6731 West Walker Milton Buy on
Street (850)623-2136 Lakefront, 2BD/1.5BA other.
Milton brick with new 623-85
Cute Cottage 1/BR roof/windows on
I I nrm 1 09A livn


600-3000 acres of high 1/BA washer/dryer ie . ,,oS, ,,v,, ',
and dry property on the hookup. Good neighbor- area $137,000
.hipola River in Marianna, hood, schools, bike path. 5524 Whisper Lane
FL. $5700 per acre. Many $450/l eosit. $450mth 850 449-8424
miles of frontage on state 623-836
roads. 7 miles of river Pace
frontage. Property abuts Pace
three new resort style 4BD/2NBA 1400sqft Complete Renovations
developments. 4272 Nort Island 4469 Pine Villa Circle.
l I , , , $750mo plus deposit $115000.
Refrences required 850-983-6613
West Milton
Beautiful 3,000SF,
4/BR 3/BA brick, built ]i _L _
2002. New up graded 7120
carpet & alliances.
...... --Quiet neighborhood @ i
$1300/mth this won't Milton
last long. 850-478-3005 Office for Leasek
1 01800 Sf. 623-5618


2 BR Front kitchen IR 111M AW
total electric, screened in
porch Eastgate Mobile --- -- ----
, ,,,'i," ....../ 11,lue. Home Ranch 626-8973
16X80 3 BR/2hBA.
"r% ..2 " T o ta l E le c tric . D is h -
washer, built in sterio,
etc. Eastgate Mobile P'cola make offer nice
tmA .M 973 4cola: make offer nice
Home Ranch. 626-8973 /a, FP, Laundry
2/1 Trailer for rent rm, Formal DR, $69.9K
"---_-'. Private lots, non-smoking Call Patricia Charcas,
-" Jenvironment, no pets, ref- 642-1463. 100% Realty
... erences and credit check Inc.
" -^":.J." "required.Central
heat/air, total electric.
$300 deposit $400 per 1 2 3 1
month rent
V572-2477
is Sq.Ft. Price Milton11
1040 67,800
1149 70,600 For rent with option to 15
1257 78,100 buy 14 x 70 3/1 2004
1341 83,000 or 2005 model . East
1418 83,900 Gate Mobile Home 18
1510 86,8oo Ranch. 626-8973
1525 87.600
t79 nnn 7 .5 0 Pace =IC r


1586
1610
1622
1713
1812
1812
1833
1949
2129
1/2 2215
2495
(1 each unit) 1740
(2 each unit) 2062


IN


90,600
98,100
91,200
95.000
97,300
101,300
101,.700
116,600
108,400
131,300
126,300
155,000 m
117,600
135,800


2/BR 1/BA
Nice clean quiet area.
Pace water &garbage
furnished. No pets.
Elderly welcome
Phone: 995-1717
Cell: 748-0119
Pace
3/2 14x70 Mobile
Home $625/mth
$300/deposit. No pets.
Total electric. Off Guern-
sey Rd. Bay Crest Really
994-7918


Avalon Beach
4 lots available.
Stones throw to the boat
ramp. Great fishing.
(850) 626-9910

Milton
14'x66' mobile home
for sale 2BD/2 full baths
(one with garden tub),
dishwasher. Call to see.
623-3799

Milton
Commercial
Westgate, Whitina Field,
commercial lot. $50,000
Agricultural
[u,:-gn Q Ary


ful, hign & ary
acres pasture land
3000 .
626-2159





Milton
st V2 acre with
mobile home,
tank, power pole,
meter. A fixer up-
reat for rental
ty or to live in.
property. Home
some repairs.
30
479-9252



SALE
with 2 mobile
with 4 inch well.
e seen at
Pheonix Drive
799


ced price.
Home with 2 lots.
e and sell the
$60,000.
565


Pace
1/2 ACRE
WITH MOBILE HOME
For Sale $46,000 OBO
Call 994-0849 or
554-7654


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




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RECREATIONAL
8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 - Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/0ff Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes



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Ford Focus ZX3
2003
AT, PW, PL, 46K mi.
Custom paint, body kit.
Lowered. 17' rims, ex-
haust, 6 disc CD. 75K
mile warranty. So many
extras you wouldn't be-
lieve it! This car is
SWEET! $8750 obo.
Call 850 934-5610


Ford F350 Diesel-1999 :
3 axle, 2 car trailer-2001,
Call between 8am-6pm
850-712-1925
GMC Sierra Truck -
1998 185k miles, dual
pipes, wide tires. Looks
good and runs good.
$3,900.00
(251) 867-5255
Monday - Saturday


| 8140
Take over
Payments!
Ford Freestar
. 2004
65K mi. AC, power eve-
rything. Red. Serious in
quiries only, please&
Make OFF�ferll Cal
499-5847


8330_ _
1986 Wilderness by
Fleetwood. 21ft. Everyth-
ing is in good working
order. Road ready with
cold a/c.$2500.
626-9441
Rockwood Pop-up
camper. Opens to 20ft
long.. Sleeps 6 people. In-
side or outside stove &
sink, outside table, cov-
ered awning: Private
dressing chemical toilet.
Excellent condition.
$1200.00
850-623-1159


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Large vase
Presidential
monogram
Victorious symbol
Transport
Aureoles
Cootie
Canine John Doe
Chicago film critic
Some August babies
Yardage for Calvin
Klein
Atlantic City figures
Doggone it!
Neighborhood
Grimaced
Shade of yellow
Singer Lopez
Postage-paid
envelope: abbr.
Lanky
Eighth mo.
Dunces
" Gondola"
(Browning poem)
(2 wds.)
French couturier
Songstress Loretta
Place of safety
Warble
Tool for removing ice


Holiday tune
Gunfighter at the
O.K. Corral
Hires
Equips
Wild plum
Conscious (of)
Despoil
Choreographer
Michael
Enjoys
Luxuriant
Definitely
Jiff
Mattel product


DOWN
1. Television setting
2. Unexpected police
visit
3. Duchamp's staircase
descender
4. Boxer's move
5. Hightailed it
6. Seoul's land
7. Swerve
8. Personification of
passion
9. German river
11. Call Of The Wild
author


Macho one
Ing6nue
Glistens
Writer Shaw
F. __ Bailey
Cranky
Avocado or tomato,
e.g.
Severity
Alarming times?
Drab hue
SF athlete, for short
Little boy
__ You Went Away
Object of a
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Andrews Advanced Transmissions still the leader in servicing import and domestic automotive, light truck transmissions


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com
For more than seven years
now, Andrews Advanced
Transmissions, located at 4335
Floridatown Road in Pace, has
been a leading specialist in the
repair and overhaul of all
import and domestic car and
light truck transmissions.
Everette and Delaine
Andrews, who own and operate
Andrews Advanced
Transmissions in a personal,
"hands-on" management style,
offer their customers the assur-
ance that their transmission
problems and repair work are
getting the attention of experi-
enced experts. As a registered
Motor Vehicle Technician,
Everette holds state certifica-
tion that lets his customers
know he's not only qualified
but ethical in his practices.
Although a mechanic in
every sense of the word,
Everette has, for the most part,
limited his practice to transmis-
sions. "The life of your vehicle
depends on its transmission,"
he says, "and its importance
cannot be overstated." That's
why, he continued, it should be
entrusted to someone who has
the ability and expertise to
diagnose a transmission prob-
lem accurately and resolve it
before it leads to further com-
prehensive problems.
Transmissions are compli-
cated by their very nature,
Everette acknowledges, and
those who specialize in their
care and maintenance have to
be well trained in many more
areas than the "transmission"
itself in order to work on them.
"Whatever you do, whatever
you specialize in, you pretty
much have to know the whole
industry, how vehicles operate,
how computer driven devices
function, and the electronics of


it all to be successful in this
area," he said.
"Problems often relate to
electronics," Everette said. "It
may be the electronic compo-
nents that are going bad, failing
before the gears do. If we have
the opportunity to examine it
early, it's more likely the prob-
lem can be found and corrected
less expensively."
At Andrews Advanced
Transmissions they specialize
in fixing import as well as
domestic car and light truck
transmissions. According to
Everette, "We offer complete
computer diagnostics as well as
standard transmission and
clutch repair, differential and
case repair, and drive shaft and
drive axle repair."
As a "mechanically
inclined" teenager, Everette
was keenly interested in cars,
trucks, and vehicles of all per-
suasion and tinkering with
them and their various compo-
nents cultivated in him a keen
appreciation for "what made
them tick." Through such
hands on experience, and
working in a salvage yard as a
parts changer, he developed his
talent into a manageable career.
And over the years, as he
worked in various shops in the
Pensacola area, he courted the
idea of going into business for
himself.
"I actually started my trans-
mission career in my early
twenties, working for various
shops in Escambia County," he
said. "I started at the bottom
and worked my way up the
ladder the hard way. The expe-
rience I've accumulated along
the way has been very valuable
and has contributed materially
to the success of the business I
have today."
That business, Andrews
Advanced Transmissions,
opened in its present location


on Floridatown Road in Pace
in January of 2000, has become
a leader in the field of trans-
missions shops. Everette cham-
pions his business as a custom
builder, and all overhauls are
performed on the premises.
While Everette is the mas-
termind when it comes to the
mechanical aspects of the busi-
ness, his wife Delaine.manages
the administrative details in the
front office. "She's a partner
and takes care of paper work
and all other aspects of the
business commendably," he
said.
Customer service is another
area in which Everette and
Delaine excel. "Customer satis-
faction is extremely important
in any industry, but especially
here where there's not much of
a buffer between the profes-
sional and his customer,"
Everette said.
"We have a one-on-one
relationship with every cus-
tomer, and we like to think that
when a customer leaves our
shop he or she is not only a
customer but another friend."
Delaine said, commenting that
while satisfied customers come
back again, unsatisfied cus-
tomer do not, and tend to
amplify their dissatisfaction to
others.
Both Everette and Delaine
agree that keeping customers
happy is not only good for
business, it's personally satisfy-
ing and rewarding. They both
try very hard to bring back the
old fashioned way of doing
things where the customer is
concerned.
"There was a time that your
word was your bond and your
service the verdict," Everette
said, "and that's still true at
Andrews Advanced
Transmissions. If a customer
can't take you at your word
and depend on your service,


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Andrews Advanced Transmission's owners Delaine and Everette Andrews are friendly, knowl-
edgeable individuals who put customer appreciation and service on a par with the professional,
expert repairs they perform on your vehicle. They've coupled their experience and expertise with
the honesty and integrity that customers have a right to expect from their services, and have a
seven-year-plus track record to sustain it! (Photo by Obie Crain.)


you're not going to be in busi-
ness very long!"
The Andrews family is
community spirited and civic
minded in their private lives as
well as in their business affairs.
Everette and Delaine have two
daughters,'Brittany and Austi,
now 17 and seniors at Pace
High School.
"They're already talking
about what colleges they want
to attend," Delaine said.
Andrews Advanced
Transmissions is a member of
the Automatic Transmission
Rebuilders Association
(ATRA), a professional group
which concentrates on the tech-
nical advancements in the
transmission business.
They are also members of


the Pace Chamber of
Commerce and the Better
Business Bureau. "We like to
think we're pretty much
involved in a variety of activi-
ties and get a great deal of
enjoyment out of it as well,"
Everette said.
So if you're looking for
transmission work or repairs,
you've found the experts. But
transmission work is not their
exclusive offering. They do
general auto maintenance and
can take care of ordinary
mechanical problems as well as
change your oil and do other .
various tasks.
Give them a call if they can
be of help or if you need fur-
ther information about the
services they perform, The


telephone number is (850) 994-
9915. Be sure to discuss war-
ranties with them: They have
some of the best in the busi-
ness!
It's one of the cleanest
transmission shops you'll find
anywhere, and room is not a
problem. To plan your service
date, call and make an appoint-
ment. While drive-ins are wel-
come, it's best to make
arrangements beforehand.
In the interest of both
friendship and service, Everette
and Delaine would like to
invite you to become a cus-
tomer and a friend. You see,
they don't know any strangers,
only friends they've never met!


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