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WEDNESDAY

November 7, 2007


Dana Adkison


takes the stand in


her own defense

0 McClure is questioned

about his 2002 tax payment

By RYAN ARVAY ny, lapping, and check kiting.
rarvay@srpressgazette.com Larceny, or theft, would be
Dana Adkison took the taking the money from the
stand in her own trial Monday. deposits. Lapping is a common
Ad k ison method of concealing theft in
was ques- . which the money taken is
tioned by ' replaced by money from anoth-
both the / , \ er deposit, which is then
defense / , replaced by yet another deposit,
and prose- - 4 and so forth. This, Edgar says,
cution in ., causes the delays in deposits to
what was get longer.
the fifth Adkison discussed Monday
day of tes- * ..- the third method, check kiting.
timony in This is the process in which she
the case would write herself a check and
against the Adkison cash it at the Santa Rosa County
former Federal Credit Union, and then
employee of the Santa Rosa deposit it in a Gulf Winds Credit
County Tax Collector's Office Union. The state argues this
accused of stealing public process takes cash infusion to
funds. keep it going, and to do so; the
Prosecutor for the state, state alleges she was taking
Russ Edgar, has argued money from the tax collector's
Adkison stole over ten thousand office..
dollars, withheld deposits, and Adkison's defense team of
reversed transactions made by Assistant Public Defenders
taxpayers. Tony Henderson and Rose
The state, has also argued Rockline, questioned Adkison
she accomplished this using . about her work duties and
three different methods: larce- See TRIAL Page 7A



Highway 87 is



now four wide


7 Phase II of highway is now

completed and full of traffic


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
Sheriff's Officers stopped
traffic on Highway 87 South
for a few brief moments last
week as part of the proceed-
ings marking the completion
of Phase II in the on-going
effort to four-lane the state
road.
A ceremony was held
roadside at the Comfort Inn on
Hwy. 87, just south of the 1-10
on ramp, before the County
Commissioners and the
Department of
Transportation's Larry Kelley
took to the street for the offi-
cial ribbon cutting.
This is the most recent
portion of Hwy 87 S to be
four-laned, representing an
investment of 17.8 million
dollars in 3.7 miles of asphalt
from Hickory Hammock Road
north to Highway 90.
Construction began in
August of 2004 with weather
and Hurricane Katrina adding


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an additional 181 days to the
projects completion time.
Tommy Speights, District
Public Information Director
for the DOT says expanding
87 S is a five-phase project
with both the Northern and
Southern portions of the high-
way now complete.
Attention is now being
focused on completing the
remaining 12 miles in between
says Speights -providing
motorists with a four-lane
stretch from Highway 90 all
the way to the coast.
Until recently, the biggest
roadblock if you will, in real-
izing that objective was the
portion of 87 S that traversed
land owned by Eglin Air Force
Base.
Speights confirmed the
state acquired the land earlier
this year and is now faced
with the task of raising the
estimated 178.8 million dol-
lars needed to finish the proj-
ect.
Commissioner Bob Cole
stressed the importance of
Hwy 87 S, citing it as a vital
artery for the county and an
important link in its growth.
Cole also reminded those
in attendance that 87 was the
only way to get to the south
end of the county during
Hurricane Ivan when the
bridges were closed.
County Commissioner
Gordon Goodin says that
Wednesday's festivities
marked an event that he had
been told over ten years ago
would never happen in his
lifetime.
Goodin recalled it had
been over thirty years since
the Navarre Chamber of
See HIGHWAY Page 8A


The Fallen Returns Home
An Army Honor Guard escorts the body of Sgt. Daniel McCall into Lewis Funeral Home on Tuesday. Sgt. McCall was killed in the
line of duty last week in Iraq. Sgt. McCall, a 2001 Pace graduate, was honored by his former school in the same day it honored
other military veterans. See story on Page 7A.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay



S' A courthouse


Milton artist Herbert Bullard oversees the attaching of the six
porcelain tiles on the 'Wall of Tears' monument to be unveiled on
Monday.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Preperations are being

made for Veteran's Day


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Work is underway to pre-
pare for the four-day weekend
celebration of Veterans' Day
in Santa Rosa County.
While the Veterans
Memorial Plaza is readied, the
county and volunteers have
been busy erecting the 'Wall
of Tears.'
This is a new monument
honoring military service per-
sons that have given their lives
for our country and will be
unveiled as part of the cere-


monies held at the plaza on
Nov. 12 at 11 a.m.
Local artist Herbert
Bullard assisted on Monday
with installing the six porce-
lain tiles on the engraved red
granite with a reservoir.
The unveiling of the mon-
ument will actually cap a full
weekend of activities.
"Actually Veteran's Day
will be November 11, but we
are going to celebrate it all
weekend long," said Santa
Rosa County Commissioner
See VETS Page 7A


in Pea Ridge?

07 Town Square group has


17 acres ready
By DUSTY RICKETTS
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Tom Stewart said when
he became chairman of the
Santa Rosa County
Commission that his priority
would be finding and secur-
ing a location for. a new
judicial center.
Stewart's chairmanship
ends Thursday, and the
county has been no closer to
finalizing a location than it
was at the beginning of the
year. That changed
Monday when the commis-
sion heard from an attorney
representing three landown-
ers who want to sell the
county a 17.3-acre site near
Pace.
"I think it's the best plan
we've seen to date," Stewart
said after the presentation.
The potential judicial
center, which the landown-
ers see as a catalyst for area
growth, is just part of the
proposal made Monday.
Local attorney Roy
Andrews, who is represent-
ing Town Square Partners
LLC, said the owners envi-
sion a town square project
that would bring new resi-
dences and businesses,
including everything from
law offices to dry cleaners.
The land is between U.S.
Highway 90 and Hamilton
Bridge Road. The project
would include a new north-
south road connecting those
streets, which the landown-
ers are expected to help
build.
The owners have offered
to sell the land for $1.4 mil-
lion and have requested dis-
counts to the county's


to sell county

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Commissioner Tom Stewart
took the Chairman post of the
Santa Rosa Board of County
Commissioners with a goal of
finding a location for a new
courthouse. Monday a group
represented by Roy Andrews
could have what is the best
option for the county so far.
impact fees in exchange for
extra right of way for the
town square project.
"I'm encouraged by it,"
said Colie Nichols, a retired
Santa Rosa judge and the
chairman of the judicial cen-
ter committee. "The con-
cept sounds like an excellent
idea. The location is con-
venient for a large portion of
the county, it opens up a
new north-south corridor
that has been needed for a
long time. Sizewise, it's
adequate and the price is
reasonable."
On Thursday, the com-
mission is expected to direct
the county staff to negotiate
the purchase. A proposal on
the deal could then be pre-
sented to the County
Commission at its next
meeting in December.


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P~n~ 2-A Santa Rosas Press GazettE Wednesday-November 7, 2007


SPEAK OUT


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Sunday, 2:02 p.m.
Yes, this Anita. Staff
infection is very serious,
but all you have to do is
remember to wash your
hands, especially when
you leave the bathroom.
Teach your children to do
it and do it yourself.
Thank you.

Sunday, 1:29 a.m.
Hi this is Liz from
Bagdad. I just want to say
I commend Rocky for call-
ing in to say prayer should
be back in our schools. I
do not believe that
Halloween is the devil,
but I do agree prayer
should be in our schools.
We all need to ask God for
forgiveness for our sins,
ask Him to always look
over our fellow man, and
take care of us all.
I thank God every day
and I think our children
should thank Him too.
Thank you.

Saturday, 5:33 p.m.
Hi, this is Jimmy. I'd
like to comment on this
new storm water utility
they want to charge com-
mercial businesses within
the city limits. They've
got us taxed to death now.
They keep trying to get
new business inside the
city limits and then when
we locate here they want
to choke your eyeballs out
with taxes. Every time
they turn around they're
putting a new tax and new
permits on the business.
They'll keep on doing it
until Milton is a ghost
town when it comes to
businesses. Thank you.

Saturday, 5:31 p.m.
Hello my name is
Barbara. I lost my 46 year-
old son to cancer this year
so I took his daughter to
the Blue Jeans and
Barbeque festival. I
thought it was a family
affair since hospice was
involved. Well, the first
music they played was
about drinking tequila,
and after 3 or 4 songs to
that effect I went over and


asked the old man whether
they had any thing other
than bar music. I found
out later he was the
announcer. A couple of
times he mentioned going
to the church of your
choice and God, and then
at the end he said a pre-
pared prayer. I just want
him to know that bar music
and bars do not mix with
God. You're either one or
the other. Thank you.

Saturday, 2:21 p.m.
I was wondering why
there was nothing about
that tax collector trial that
was going on this week. I
was wondering why there
was nothing in today's
paper, Saturday. Was it
because it might reflect a
certain person?

Friday, 9:26 a.m.
Yes, this is Ralph. I 'd
like to say to all those
traveling Highway 90
between Milton and
Pace- don't bother to pay
any attention to the
school's flashing 45 miles
per hour light, just speed
right on through. You
probably don't have a
child attending that school
anyways, and the County
Sheriff's Patrol is never
around.

Thursday, 4:57 p.m.
After being forced fed
with more taxes for water
usage and by the Pace Fire
Department, you would
think one would appreci-
ate it. But no. I was just
about run off the road by a
fire department member in
a marked car with the
lights on this afternoon.
You'd think it was some
kind of emergency. So as I
parked in a parking lot to
avoid a collision with this
driver I watched as he was
just trying to get through
traffic. He was going to
the department for training
and was just trying to get
through traffic because he
was late for a meeting. I'll
remember that when you
come around knocking on
my door for a donation.


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


McCall, Sgt. Daniel
L.
Sgt. Daniel L. McCall, age
24, was killed in action,
Tuesday, October 30, 2007
while serving. his country in
Salmen Pak, Iraq.
Daniel was a 2001 Pace


High School Honor graduate
and had many friends. Daniel
was very athletic and held
numerous track records, many
of which still stand. He was
loved by all who met him and
his smile would brighten up a
room the moment he entered.
He never complained or had a
negative comment to say
about anyone.
Daniel enlisted in the
United States Army June
2004, following in his grand-
father "Duke's" footsteps, as
he is a retired Vietnam Army
Veteran. He was assigned to
Ft. Benning, GA, for comple-
tion of Basic Training and
Airborne School. Daniel was
transferred to Ft. Bragg, NC,
for Special Forces Training. It
was at Ft. Bragg that Daniel
met the love of his life,
Brittnay, whom he married in
April of 2006. Sgt. McCall
eventually returned to Ft.


Tina Burkett (signing) and Cliftt Krut, known as Blackwater
Pearl, entertained those attending the festival Saturday.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Family Festival


Cassie Teichgraver helps David Hollingsworth as they try to
play a large version of the game Operation for the area Cancer
Society efforts.


Gunner Baker takes a look at the various fall items and decora-
tions on display during the Pace Chamber of Commerce Family
Festival.


Benning to serve with the 3rd
Infantry Division and was
deployed to Iraq in March
2007. Sgt. McCall's accom-
plishments while serving his
country include: Combat Life
Savers Training, Sniper
School, Warrior Leaders
Course, Airborne School and
Special Forces Training.
Daniel's medals for service
are the Purple Heart,
Parachute's Badge, Combat
Infantryman Badge, Bronze
Star Medal, ARCOM, AGCM,
NDSM, ICM, GWTSM, and
ASR.
Daniel will always be
remembered by his beloved
family; his wife-Brittnay
McCall, Columbus, GA; his
loving mother- Petra McCall,
Macon, GA; grandparents-
Marvin "Duke" and Liane
McCall, of Pace, FL; two
uncles-Dr. Robin (Dr. Donna)
McCall, of Picayune, MS, and


Billy McCall of Alvarado, TX;
and his mother-in-law-Ms.
Susan Koning, of Holland, MI.
Funeral services for Sgt.
McCall will be 11:30 a.m.,
Thursday, November 8, 2007,
at West Milton Church of
Christ, with Minister Mike
Mefford officiating. Burial,
with full military honors, will
follow at Barrancas National
Cemetery, aboard Pensacola
N.A.S., at 2:00 p.m., with
Lewis Funeral Home of
Milton, directing.
The family will receive
friends from 5:00-8:00 p.m.,
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
at West Milton Church of
Christ, in Pea Ridge.
Daniel once said his
heroes were "Jesus, my
Grandfather, my Wife, the Men
I work with."
"Never, Never, Never
Quit"-Winston Churchill
"Daniel is Honor"


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Sheriff's Report


October 10. to October 22.
2007
Offill, Randy Eugene;
Male; 47; 3821 Wilkes
St, Pace; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
10/10/07
Owens, Matthew
Wade; Male; 31; 5900
Capitol Dr, Gulf Breeze;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence),
Possess Cocaine,
Marijuana-Possess Over
20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 10/10/07
Lovell, C. D.; Male;
19; 5880 Dogwood Dr.,
Milton; Larc-Over $300
Under $5,000. 10/10/07
Kellis, Nicholas Alan;
Male; 13; 6418 Skyline
Dr, Milton; Damage
Prop-Crim Misch $1,000
or More. 10/10/07
Brown, Nathan
Parnell; Male; 47; 7551
Cobb Ln, Pensacola;
Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 10/11/07
Cox, Danette Hicks;
Female; 41; 1989 Revere
St, Navarre; Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or
Use, 10/11/07
Hataway. Jr.,
Randall Scott; Male; 30;
2924 N 36th Ave, Milton;
Contempt of Circuit
Court. 10/11/07
Harrigan, Seth
Brandon; Male; 34; 2203
Jeannie St, Navarre;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 10/11/07
Bailey, John Daniel;
Male; 24; 5828 Wyndotte
Road, Pensacola; Fraud-
Utter False Bank Bill
Note Check Draft.
10/11/07
Money, Emily
Kathryn; Female; 11;
6623 James Street,
Milton; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000. 10/11/07
Barnes, Bobby Joe;
Male; 29; 6473 Stanley
Cir, Milton; DUI, Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 10/13/07
Campbell, Steven
Michael; Male; 33; 5136
Scenic View Way,
Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony,
Contempt of Circuit
Court. 10/12/07
Carter, Jr., Lawrence
David; Male; 29; 6626
James St., Milton;
Robbery With Firearm.
10/14/07
Davenport, Robert
Browder; Male; 49; 5231
Soundside Drive, Gulf
Breeze; 10/12/07
Ledoux, Christopher
Daniel; Male; .24; 4495
Pace Ln, Pace; Aggrav
Asslt-W/Deadly Weapon
W/O Intent to Kill
domestic violence),
battery Touch or Strike
domestic violence),
)amage Prop-Crim
vlisch Over $200 Under
;1,000. 10/13/07
Parker, Michael
)eangelo; Male; 34;
399 Locklin Ave,
4ilton; Cocaine Possess
Vith Intent to Sell Mfg
)eliv Etc Sched II,
'ossess Cocaine,
narcotic Equip Possess
mnd Or Use. 10/12/07
Penrice, Raefeael
'ylin; Male; 34; 5014 Jab
t, Pace; Flee/Elude
police-Flee W/Disregard
'f Safety to Persons or
'rop, Drive While Lice
>usp 2nd Offense.
[0/13/07
Tolleson, Kevin Lee;
Male; 31; 6601 Plymouth
St, Milton; Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip


Possess And Or Use,
Aggrav Asslt W/Intent to
Commit A Felony (2
cts.), Robbery With a
Firearm, Obstructing
Justice Intimidate
Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant.
10/14/07
Walker. Jr., Calvin


Richard; Male; 25; 6480
Willow Tree Ct, Milton;
Cocaine Possess With
Intent to Sell Mfg Deliv
Etc Schedule II, Possess
Cocaine, Marijuana-
Possess Not More Than
20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or
Use. 10/12/07
Addison, Ronald
Alvin; Male; 43; 816
Valley Rd, Crestview;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender.
10/12/07
Foltz, Jason Shaun;
Male; 24; 5051 Hartley
Dr, Pace; Burgl of
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Loitering or
Prowling. 10/11/07
Pittman, Jason
Ronald; Male; 22; 6446
Arlingwood Dr, Milton;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender.
10/12/07
Stanley, Brian
Eugene; Male; 28; 5051
Hartley Dr Pace; Burgl
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Loitering or
Prowling. 10/11/07
Sutherlin, Derreck
Jacob; Male; 25; 5051
Hartley Dr Pace; Burgl
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Loitering or
Prowling. 10/11/07
Barnes, Bobby Joe;
Male; 29; 6473 Stanley
Cir; Milton; DUI.
10/13/07
Bracewell. Timothy
Lloyd; Male; 45; 6677
Trailride, Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 10/14/07
Lucas, Peggy
Sharlene; Female; 39;
5666 Mulat Rd, Milton;
DUI. 10/12/07
Mixtega-Villega,
Hector Manuel; Male;
address unknown; DUI.
10/14/07
Eklund, James
Harold; Male; 52; 4231
Cambridge Way, Pace;
DUI. 10/14/07
Flaherty, Grayson
William; Male; 18; Pine
Lane Road, Pace; DUI
and Damage Property,
DUI. 10/14/07
O'Brian, Dewey
Michael; Male; 45; 4030
Wilkes St, Pace; DUI,
Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test. 10/14/07
Pope, Stephanie
Faith; Female; 46; 4520
Forest Breeze, Pace;
DUI. 10/13/07
Stuart, Jessica Ryan;
Female; 24; 4065
Highland Blvd, Pace;
DUI. 10/14/07
Cannella, Bruno
Dominick; Male; 39;
1724 Shellfish Dr,'
Navarre; Obscene
Material Possess
Photograph of Sexual
Performance By Child
(28 cts.) 10/15/07
Downey Jr., William
E.; Male; 50; 5017 Camp
Ground Rd, Milton;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to
Kill (domestic violence),
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence),
Resist Officer-Obstruct
W/O Violence. 10/15/07
Johnson, Robert
Dana; Male; 52; 8531
Laredo St, Navarre; DUI,
Contempt of Court Viol
Injunction Protection
Domestic Violence,
Aggrav Battery Person
Uses a Deadly Weapon.
10/14/07
Moran, Alan Paul;
Male; 39; 14 Paul St,
Pensacola; Failure to
Appear for Felony
Offense. 10/15/07
Spearman, Jr.,
William Fletcher; Male;
45; 3031 Wind Meadow
Dr, Gulf Breeze; Battery


on Person 65 Years of
Age or Older (domestic
violence). 10/15/07
Spitzer, Cole
Thomas; Male; 27; 600
Scenic Hwy. Pensacola;
Robbery-No Firearm or
Weapon (4 cts.), Commit
2nd Degree Felony
Wearing Mask or Hood.


10/15/07
Collinsworth. Kendra
Faye; Female; 15; 5338
Youpon St, Milton; Veh
Theft Grand 3rd Degree.
10/15/07
Rapier, Melissa
Lynn; Female; 35; 1356
Greenvista Ln, Gulf
Breeze; DUI, Refuse to
Submit to DUI Test.
10/15/07
Clark, Karan Marie;
Female; 49; 701 Spanish
Main Dr, Cudjoe Key,
FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 10/16/07
Crowder, James
Edward; Male; 30; 1955
Flamingo Ln, Navarre;
Damage Prop-Crim
Misch-$200 and Under,
Burglary-Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed (3
cts.), Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 10/15/07
Kogelman, Melvin
Ronald; Male; 46; 4064
Windsor Ln, Pace;
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence),
Aggrav Battery Person
Uses A Deadly Weapon.
10/16/07
Lyon, Richard Allen;
Male; 44; 2311 Pendleton
Ave, Kansas, MO; Out of
State Fugitive From
Justice. 10/16/07
Mercer, Terry Lee;
Male; 48; 1138 Abbey
Lane, Palm Bay, FL;
Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And Or Use, Smuggle
Contraband Introduce
Into Detention Facility.
10/16/07
Perry, Lenney Eddie;
Male; 45; 6875 Pooley
St., Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
Intent to Kill (domestic
violence), Battery-Touch
or Strike (domestic vio-
lence) (2 cts.), Battery-
Touch or Strike (2 cts.).
10/16/07
Wilson, Faith
Demont; Male; 43; 4265
Chezarae Dr, Pensacola;
Failure To Appear For
Felony Offense. 10/16/07
Knowles, Lenton
Lee; Male; 33; 6025
Syrcle Ave, Milton;
Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc
Vict Witness Informant.
10/16/07
Miller, Robert
Mason; Male; 18; 1840
Anderson Lane, Gulf
Breeze; Larc Theft is
$300 Or More But Less
Than $5,000, Stolen
Dealing In Stolen
Property, Fraud Swindle
Obtain Property Under
$20,000. 10/16/07
Smith Jeanette
Louise; Female; 30; 5472
Bluebird St, Milton;
Drugs-Produce
Methamphetamine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess
And or Use, Drugs-
Possess Listed Chemical
W/IT Manufacture Cntrl
Substance. 10/16/07
Kirnon, Keith
Maurice; Male; 37;
11601 North 22nd St,
Tampa; Fraud-Possess
Display Blank Forged
Stolen Dr Lic or ID (4
cts.), Fraud-Illeg Use
Credit Cards to Obtain
Goods $300 or More,
Pass Counterfeited
Falsely Made Credit Card
(5 cts.), Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence,
Fraud Impersonate-False
ID Given to LEO.
10/16/07
Lawnicki, Paul
Anthony; Male; 36; 3971
Bayview Park Ct, Pace;
Fraud-Swindle Hire or
Lease W/Int Defraud
$300 or Over. 10/17/07
Strickland, Joshua
James; Male; 21; 4444


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Milton; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense.
10/17/07
Thomas, Allen Brian;
Male; 21; 6420 Gaynell
Av, Milton; Aggrav
Battery - Offender
Knew/Should Have
Known Vict Pregnant.


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Tolleson, Kevin Lee;
Male; 31; 6601 Plymouth
St, Milton: Robbery With
Firearm. 10/17/07
Gazoo. Tyler Ross;
Male; 18; 2255 Ortega St,
Navarre: Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Dealing in
Stolen Property, Fraud-
Swindle Obtain Property
Under $20,000, Contrib
Delinq Minor-Cause
Child Commit Act of
Delin Depend Need.
10/17/07
Smitha, Kristopher
Gage; Male; 16; 5631
Tilubo Ln, Pace; Sex
Asslt Vict 12 YOA Older
Special Conditions.
10/17/07
Levins, David Kyle;
Male; 19; 4083 Harrison
Ave, Jay; DUI. 10/17/07
Blackman, Mark
Anthony; Male; 49; 6683
Trail Ride South, Milton;
Cruelty Toward Child
Abuse Without Great
Harm. 10/18/07
Butts, Jack Edward;
Male; 27, 6574 Tar Plant
Rd, Milton; Drive While
Lic Susp, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 10/17/07
Heath, Daniel James;
Male; 56; 7011 Heath Rd,
Milton; DUI. 10/18/07
Crabtree, Kim Corbi;
Male; 37; 6449
Amerretto Dr, Pace;
Drive While Lic Susp 1st
Offense, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 10/20/07
Davenport III,
Robert Elmo; Male; 25;
6931 Dorsey Ln, Milton;
Battery-Touch or Strike,
Robbery-Resid Home
Invasion W/O Firearm or
Weapon, Prob Violation-
Felony. 10/19/07
Green, Eric Donnell;
Male; 32; Raiford Prison,
Stark, FL; Battery on
Officer Firefighter EMT
Etc. 10/19/07


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Ellsworth; Male; 67; FCI
Talledega, Talledega, AL;
Drugs-Possess New
Legend Drug W/O
Prescription, Smuggle
Contraband-Introduce
Detention Facility.
10/20/07
Pilto, Sharon Lynn;
Female; 35; 4393
Ponderosa Rd, Milton;
Probation Violation-
Felony. 10/20/07
Simmons, Robidathar
Leveskia; Male; 39; 465
Old Hwy 45, Guys, TN;
Resist Officer-Flee Elude
LEO With Lights Siren
Active, Drive W/Lic
From Other State When
FL Lic Susp, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Resist
Officer Obstruct By
Disguised Person.
10/21/07
Weekley, Jr., Eddie
Lamar Mathew; Male;
31; 6454 Lakeshore Dr,
Milton; Battery-2nd or
Subsequent Offense, Sex
Asslt By 18 YOA Older
Sex Battery Vict Under
12 YOA (5 cts.), Lewd
Lascv Behavior Molest
Vic Less 12 YOA
Offender 18 YOA or
Older. (3 cts.), Lewd
Lascv Behavior-Victim
12 YOA Up To 16 YOA
Offender 18 YOA Older,
Obscene Material-Distrib
To Minor (2 cts.)
10/19/07
Clampitt, Jason
Norman; Male; 21; 20
Joseph. Ave, Niceville,
FL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 10/19/07
Lesso, Amanda
Christine; Female; 17;
4016 Chickadee St,
Milton; Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon (domestic vio-
lence). 10/19/07
Castle, Janet Faye;
Female; 41; 8260 Bucket
Creek Rd, Milton; DUI.
10/21/07
Cave, David Wayne;


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Male; 47; 5265 Jenny Cir,
Pace; DUI. 10/20/07
Cole, Chadwick
Daniel; Male; 37; 6230
Woodward Ln, Milton;
DUI, Refuse to Submit to
DUI Test. 10/20/07
Edmunds, Ginger
Marie; Female; 22; 2303
Michigan Ave;,
Pensacola; DUI.
10/21/07
Ashcraft III, Jack
Dewayne; Male;. 24;
2593 Salamanca St,
Navarre; Failure to
Appear for Felony
Offense. 10/22/07
Jenson Wells, Sonia
Carol; Female; 44; 240
Emory St, Pensacola;
Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than
$5,000. 10/22/07
Rollo, David
Michael; Male; 42; 5218
West Wind Court,
Pensacola; Burgl With
Asslt or Battery. 10/22/07
Stewart, Kessler
Joseph; Male; 24; 6688
Trail Ride North, Milton;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon Without Intent to
Kill. 10/22/07
Bryant, Helen;
Female; 15; '5770 East
Milton Rd, Milton;
Battery on Detention
Staff Juv Prob Officer,
Obstruct Police Deprive
of Means Protection or
Communication.
10/22/07
Jordan, Kevin
Antonio; Male; 38; 2921
Michael Dr, Pensacola;
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender.
10/22/07
Simms, Rachael A;
Female; 16; 5770 East
Milton Rd, Milton;
Battery on Detention
Staff Juv Prob Officer.
10/22/07
Adcock, Nathan
Thomas; Male; 31;
10020N Loop Rd,
Pensacola; DUI.
10/22/07


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Viewpoints


6A Wednesday, November 7, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida

OUR VIEW



What gives



with the taxes

It is amazing what you will hear, see, and even
learn during the course of a trial.
Currently there is a trial going on involving a for-
mer Santa Rosa County employee who worked for
Tax Collector Robert McClure. 4
She is accused of grand theft of more than '
$100,000 or more and money laundering.
Investigators are alleging the former county
employee took the money between 2003 and 2005
when it was her responsibility to prepare daily bank
deposits for the tax collector.
While the former county employee is on trial the
defense team has taken a tact that has become com- O
mon in the judicial system. -T
Lets have a trial involving others instead of the
case at hand and confuse everyone.
Well the confusion being created has led to some
rather interesting questions.
McClure was on the witness stand Friday and was
questioned about his own doings by defense attorney Poor
Tony Henderson.
In the testimony McClure admitted to being delin- By Conn Hal]
quent on over $7,000 in property taxes for 2002. As the sayi
Taxes are delinquent on April 1 and McClure kinds of lies: li
wrote a personal check for the amount on May 6 of tistics. The Bus
2003. embraced this
And when the check was deposited, it subsequent- suffered one of
ly bounced. crises to strike
County policy states that delinquent taxes must be the Mongols sa
paid in cash or with a credit card, money order, or That's not
cashier's check. According
McClure felt it was okay to allow himself this lux- organization Ira
ury. deaths recently
All of this is rather perplexing and leads to further 82,330, and the
questioning. 2007 has seen
But until the trial is over, it is hard to get an against civilian
explanation. Is the state is now looking to possibly sion.
prosecute McClure for his admissions on the record as The Iraq In
part of his testimony? critical of the U1
McClure has made good on the check, but these sion that 34,45:
are things that make a person doubt the.government calling the figu
they had a hand in electing. "unbalanced.":
Should we convict McClure right away? its own figures
No. Bush administer
Should he be under a great deal of scrutiny? with is when thl
Yes. to the press in ]
We are being told the budget is getting tighter and number of Iraq
tighter, but when issues such as this arise it forces, more or less."
you to ponder what the heck is going on with county As the U.S.
government. from the Iraq V
It is easy to hear a politician talk about a few mil- 4,000 mark, tra
lion dollars like it is nothing, but when you think of a toll is probably
few thousand here or there, it becomes alarming. thousands or ev
A couple of thousand dollars is more than most The first ser
Santa Rosans' make in a month and leaders tend to gation of the w
think of it as if it were nothing. of surveys by J
The word 'thousand' doesn't sound like a lot when University pub]
you are always talking in terms of millions, medical magaz


But Santa Rosans' who dream
get by on a very few thousand.


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A GUEST VIEWPOINT


Iraq: first Mongols now Americans


linan
ng goes, there are three
es, damned lies, and sta-
sh administration has
adage in Iraq, which has
f the worst humanitarian
the Middle East since
backed Baghdad.
an overstatement.
to the London-based
aq Body Count, civilian
stood at as many as
organization noted that
"the worst violence
s in Iraq since the inva-

terior Ministry is highly
United Nations' conclu-
2 Iraqis died in 2006,
res "inaccurate" and
But it refuses to release
. And the only sum the
ration has ever come up
he president commented
December 2005 that the
is killed was "30,000,

. military's death toll
War fast approaches the
gically, the Iraqi death
in the hundreds of
ven higher.
rious statistical investi-
ar's impact was in a pair
ohns Hopkins
wished in the British
ine "The Lancet."
he second of two stud-
4arch 2003 invasion
iber 2006, the number


of deaths due to the war was 654,965.
Over half of those were women and
children.
Bush immediately dismissed the
Johns Hopkins team's methodology
after its first survey was released in
2004 as "pretty well discredited." The
media has largely ignored its measure
of the carnage in Iraq or accepted the
White House's characterization.
In fact, there is virtual unanimity
among biostaticians and mortality
experts that the methodology used in
the Johns Hopkins study is accurate.
Following up on an earlier version of
the study, Lila Guterman, a senior
reporter for the "Chronicle of Higher
Education," says she contacted 10
experts in the field concerning the
"Lancet" article about the first study,
and "not one of them took issue with
the study's methods or conclusions."
Indeed, she said, the experts found the
conclusions "cautious."
Actually, the Bush administration
used exactly the same methodology to
determine the number of deaths in
Darfur.
And a recent poll by the British
agency Opinion Research Business
(ORB) found that the war might have
killed more than 1 million people, a toll
that surpasses the 800,000 killed in the
Rwandan genocide. The ORB used
."excess mortality" as its measure, that
is, deaths over and above mortality fig-
ures from the past.
Besides the deaths and injuries, the
war had unleashed, according to the
"Financial Times," "The worst refugee


crisis in the Middle East since the
mass exodus of Palestinians that was
part of the violent birth of the state of
Israel in 1948." According to the U.N.
High Commissioner for Refugees, 2.2
million Iraqis have fled their country,
mostly to Jordan and Syria, and
another 2.2 million have been turned
into internal refugees. If one adds to
that the ORB figures for deaths, it
means at least one-fifth of Iraqi's pre-
war population of 26 million has been
killed, wounded, exiled, or displaced.
Meanwhile, some 75 percent of
the country's doctors and pharmacists
have fled, bringing its medical system
-- at one time the best in the Arab
world -- to the point of collapse.
And finally, like a biblical plague,
the World Health Organization reports
that cholera is working itself down the
country's river system, from the
Kurdish north to Basra in the south.
Over 7,000 cases have been con-
firmed in northern Iraq.
In 1258, the Mongol general
Hulagu Khan besieged and took the
city of Baghdad. His forces murdered
its inhabitants, buried its libraries, and
ravished its lands. The Bush adminis-
tration has done the same, but hidden
the carnage behind a smokescreen of
lies and voodoo statistics.
For the average Iraqi, there is little
difference between the Mongols and
the United States. Both have laid
waste to their country.

Conn Hallinan is a Foreign Policy
In Focus (wwwfpif.org) columnist.


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FM: Joel Miller
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To the Editor,
Water water everywhere, but
not a drop to drink, not unlike
those unfortunate souls lost at sea,
is the State of Georgia and other
places along the East Coast, West
Coast, and Gulf of Mexico.
It seems all these states and
federal government are in a state of
denial. We have all the water in the
world; it is there for the taking, but
no one wants to say what needs to
be done.
Can you say desalination?
Well, our government obviously
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and it has been used in the city of
Santa Barbara, Calif., the island of
Santa Catalina, Calif., and many
other places.
Oh, that costs way too much


they will say. Like paying a lot for
something has ever stopped a
politician from spending. Well, it
ain't getting any cheaper. It is
something that will have to be
done sooner or later in some areas,
and later is not cheaper.
I believe that every state that
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desalination plant under construc-
tion at any given time, until
enough plants are online to supply
the water needs of those states,
regardless of precipitation or
ground water supplies.
Also, states that do not border
the seas could have desalination
plants and pipe the water inland.
Los Angeles, Calif., brings water
from over 400 miles away. This
could be done for some inland
states. Some bottled drinking water
cost more than five dollars a gal-
lon. It wouldn't cost that much for
desalination.


Veterans serving Veterans
FM: Warren Post
Florida Commander of
the American Legion
To the Editor,
As I travel across this won-
derful state as Commander of
the Florida American Legion
this year, I'm surprised at the
number of individuals that stop
me and ask, "What is the
American Legion?" I hope this
will provide the people of
Florida with an idea of what we
do and how much we give to
our local communities, our chil-
dren and youth, as well as our
Veterans.
The American Legion is the
largest veterans' organization
with 2.8-million members strong
and 144.000 members in Florida
and still growing.
When it was evident back in


1919 that young people needed
guidance, what organization
began sponsoring Boys Scout
troops? And, what organization
today is the chartering agency
for Scouting involving 75,000
boys? The American Legion.
Who derived the original GI
Bill of Rights that helped more
young people than ever before to
attend college and improve the
standard of living for generations
to come? The American Legion.
I can continue on and on,
and there are many things the
Florida American Legion does
at the state level regarding chil-
dren, school and the communi-
ty.
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information about the largest
veterans' organization, please
contact your local American
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Local


Pace High School honors veterans


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
Considering the news of
24 year-old Daniel McCall's
death in Iraq, which came late
last week, it was particularly
fitting that his almamater,
Pace High School, honored
local veteran's in a school
wide assembly Friday after-
noon.
The gym was packed with
the student body, teachers,
school band, and cheer squad
as they welcomed at least a
hundred veterans from all of
the armed forces as their spe-
cial guests, including some
from WWII.
Pace High School
teacher Bruce Smith men-
tioned McCall in his opening
address. Of his death Smith
said, "this came as a true
shock and a true reminder
that freedom isn't free."
McCall was thanked for
a job well-done at which
time all those in attendance
honored him with a moment
of silence.
In a tribute to all those
who have risked or laid
down their lives for their
country Smith said, "No mat-
ter where you stand on cur-
rent events and issues, one
thing is for sure-without
our Veterans there would be
no Active Duty Armed


Sgt. Daniel McCall was remem-
bered by his old high school.
McCall, who died last week in
Iraq, was a 2001 graduate of
Pace High School.
Forces, no First Responders,
no Elected Officials, and no
Public Servants. There
would be no us."
The assembly proceeded
with musical numbers by the
band and Drumline, with
drills by Pace High's
NJROTC, and cheer squad.
The Star Spangled
Banner was sung following a
stirring video presentation of
the song's history.
A picture slide show at
the assembly's close paid
respect to Daniel McCall and


Kevin Ellenburg, the first
Patriot graduate to die in
active duty in Iraq.
Captain Enrique Sadsad,
Commanding Officer of
NAS Whiting Field, was in
attendance last Friday and
commented on the proceed-
ings.
"It was very impressive
and touching," he said,
"being there with all the
Veterans, especially when
you think about all the effort
put in by the students."
He continued by saying,


Vets


Continued From Page One
Don Salter, who also serves
on the County's Veterans
Affairs Committee. "This is
the first time ever that three
groups will be combining its
efforts to honor all of our
veterans."
Something new to the
area will be the Veterans
Thunder Ride, which is
being organized by Ken
Mabie of Milton.
"We are looking at doing
quite a bit this weekend
starting with the Candle
Light Vigil Friday night,"
said Mabie.
Other events will be an
all day ride in Santa Rosa
County followed by a dinner
at the Milton Elks Lodge
Sunday will involve reg-
istration of the Thunder
Ride participants and a ride
from the Milton area to the


Pensacola Wall Memorial.
Mabie pointed out the
motorcycle events are open
to all riders.
On Monday the
Veteran's Day festivities
will start with a parade that
is being organized through
the Disabled American
Veterans Chapter 125,
which is part of the Santa
Rosa County Veterans
Advisory Council.
The parade will con-
clude at the Santa Rosa
-Veterans' Plaza where, there
will be a ceremony and the
dedication of the Wall of
Tears.
The Wall of Tears is a
special monument, which
will be on display to honor
those who have severed the
military, followed by the
laying of the wreaths.
The schedule of the


weekends' events are:
*Friday, November
9-Candle Light Vigil at 7
p.m. with Cannon Salute at
Santa Rosa County Veterans
Plaza, 5178 Willing Street,
Milton.
*Saturday, November
10, 6-9 p.m. - Steak dinner
at the Milton Elks Lodge
#2377, East Highway 90,
Pace. $15 donation request-
ed.
*Sunday, November 11-
First Annual Veterans
Thunder Ride. Registration
from 9-11 a.m. at the Santa
Rosa County Administration
Building parking lot, regis-
tration $10 per rider.
Motorcycles only please.
Prayer service at noon, can-
non salute signaling the start
of the ride at 12:30 p.m.
with ride ending at the
Pensacola Wall South.


Trial


Continued From Page One
schedule at the tax collec-.
tor's office, specifically the
time period between 2003
and 2005.
Adkison, 33, was, at the
time of her termination, a 13-
year employee with the coun-
ty.
She testified on how the
workload increased over the
years as the county popula-
tion grew, culminating in
2005, when she says the
office was particularly stress-
ful since they were "extreme-
ly shorthanded."
Citing this scenario,
Adkison attributes the
delayed deposits to her
inability to finish all that was
expected of her in a given
day and a tendency to pro-
crastinate.
"I just felt I couldn't get
anything done," she said
Monday. "I was consistently
late on work."
Adkison testified that she
would keep deposits on her
desk for several days at a
time, trying to catch up on
work.
The defense questioned
Adkison as to several rever-
sals on transactions made by
taxpayers, which bear her ini-
tials as the operator of such.
Adkison denied having
any independent knowledge
as to why her initials
appeared on any of the rever-
sals, but stated anyone in the
office had the ability to per-
form this task, as they all
used the same code.
Monday, the defense
team also questioned
Adkison's husband,
Christopher, about his and
his wife's finances and


lifestyle.
Mr. Adkison testified the
couple, and their two chil-
dren, lived in a singlewide
trailer and often depended on
financial gifts from family.
The prosecution pointed
out several transactions on
the couple's bank records,
some for several hundred
dollars, of which Mr.
Adkison testified he had no
knowledge. He stated Dana
almost exclusively handled
the finances.
In proceedings last week
it was also brought to light
that Santa Rosa County Tax
Collector, Robert G.
McClure, had paid for his
taxes with a check that was
included in a deposit Adkison
says McClure requested she
hold until he gave her the
approval to deposit it.
McClure brought further
scrutiny upon himself when
he was reprimanded by the
defense for talking with
Channel 3's Bob Solarski
about an article regarding the
developments.
McClure was re-admon-
ished by Judge Swanson to
not discuss the case with
anyone from the community
or media as he is still consid-
ered a witness.
After an inquiry of each
juror as to whether they had
read, heard, or watched any
media reports over the week-
end, the Judge decided
McClure's comments
presently have no bearing on
the case.
A separate inquiry as to
any violation McClure may
have committed by speaking
with the press would be dealt
with at a later time, says


Swanson.
The Prosecution had an
opportunity to question
Adkison about an email she
sent to Paul Hinson,
Assistant Tax Collector, the
night she lost her job.
In the email, which
Edgar read, Adkison says," I
have been saving everything
to repay the money," and, " I
misplaced some money when
I was doing deposits in
October [05]."
Using transactions
reflected in Adkison's bank
records, Edgars argued it was
unlikely she was saving any-
thing, citing frequent movie
rentals, eating out, and pur-
chases made at retail stores
as, contradictory to her claim.
The state also drew
attention to the part of the
email where Adkison says
she had told her husband
about the misplaced or lost
funds, and that the two had
been worried for weeks.
Adkison says in the email,
her husband had told her to
repay it.
However, Edgar pointed
out that, in his testimony that
very morning, Christopher
Adksion had testified he
never discussed any money
(lost, misplaced, or stolen)
prior to coming home the
day she lost her job.
Adkison was continuing
to testify Tuesday, after
which it is expected the
Defense will call an expert
witness.
If convicted, guidelines
prescribe a minimal permis-
sible sentence of at least six
years, and a maximum of 60
years in a state prison, as
decided by the Judge.


"This is the only place [Santa
Rosa County] I have seen
this type of relationship
between the community and
the military. It's very impres-
sive."
Sgt. Daniel McCall was
killed October 30 while serv-
ing in Salem Pak, Iraq. His
funeral services will be held
locally at the west Milton
Church of Christ on
November 8. He will be
buried in Barrancas National
Cemetery, aboard Pensacola
NAS.


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A fifth generation Santa Rosan, Doris is truly a
Native Daughter. Although a charter member of
the East Side baptist Church, she is now a long-
time member of First Baptist Church.

Secretary to School Superintendent Charles
Morris, she went on to become a member of the
.: .. Santa Rosa County School Board as the first
woman elected to public office in this county,
serving eight years in that capacity. She won in
all but two precincts, with no opposition the
second term.

Educated at UWF with a Master of Education
degree, Doris studied at the University of
Florida and Cambridge University in England,
and taught English and Journalism at Milton
High School, serving as Department Chair for
several years. She was selected Teacher of the
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the school newspaper and literary magazine,
the National Honor Society, and a number of extracurricular clubs.

Santa Rosa County Woman of the Year in 1971 and published author of two children's books,
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member of the UWF Leisure Learning Society, among a host of other activities too numerous
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may be made in any portion of Santa
Rosa County and may be utilized for
road .paving or construction, road
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Highway
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Commerce saw the need for
improved transportation to the
county seat in the north.
Back then it was a mater of
tourism says Goodin. Without
many homes .down south during
that time hurricane evacuation
routes were not as pressing an
issue.
In light of recent debates
over funding for local road proj-
ects between the County
Commissioners and their count-
er parts to the west, it may seem
ironic that improvements to Hwy
87 S were made a top priority by
an Escambia County
Commissioner in the nineties.
The future of 87 may see
many more changes in the next
thirty years. A group called the
Florida, Alabama Strategic
Taskforce (FAST) exists with the
sole purpose of finishing . the
project and one day four-lane 87
North from Whiting Field to the
Alabama state line, around
Brewton, all the way to I 65-a
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Community


Cram the Buggy for
the Ronald
McDonald House
The Pace Civic Association
is sponsoring an activity, Cram
the buggy for the Ronald
McDonald House." which will
be held on Saturday, November
17th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Pea Ridge Office Depot Store on
Hwy. 90. The Ronald McDonald
House wish list has office sup-
plies listed. A complete listing of
the supplies, along with prices,
will be available at the Office
Depot on'the table as you enter.
The big drive will be on
Saturday, Nov, 17, however,
Office Depot will be accepting
supplies for the Ronald
McDonald House throughout
the week of Nov. 11 - 17, 2007.
There will be a container in the
store inn which to place your
purchases. If you are unable to
visit Office Depot. and would
like to make a donation, please
make a check payable to the
Pace Civic Association, Inc. and
send it to Ruth Jackson, secre-
tary-treasurer, 4372 W. Avenida
De Golf, Pace, 32571.
Your support is appreciated
in this worthy endeavor for the
Ronald McDonald House. For
further information, contact Ed
Nugent at 994-6078.

ACT/SAT
Workshop dates set
Workshop to assist students
in the Santa Rosa and Escambia
High Schools who will be taking
the December 1st SAT and the
December 8th ACT tests will be
held in Gulf Breeze. Alice Hart
will conduct the classes. The
workshop will provide approxi-
mately 12 hours of instruction.
This workshop will consist of 6
sessions covering both the ACT
and the SAT.
Workshop dates and times
are as follows:
Tues, Nov. 27 - 6 to 8 p.m.
Wed., Nov. 28 - 6 to 8 p.m.
Thurs., Nov. 29 - 6 to 8 p.m.
Mon., Dec. 3 - 6 to 8 p.m.
Tues., Dec. 4 - 6 to 8 p.m.
Wed., Dec. 5 - 6 to 8 p.m.
Registration for this work-
shop must be postmarked by
Tuesday, Nov. 13th, 2007. All
materials, snacks and drinks are
furnished. Students will need to
bring calculators. If you have any
questions, please contact Mrs.
Hart via email:
Amhartl966@aol.com or
phone: 615-585-2401.

Avalon Beach
Homeowners to
meet
On Tuesday, November 13,
the Avalon Beach Homeowners
association will host Greg
Brown, Property Appraiser for
Santa Rosa County, at 7 p.m. in
the meeting room of the Avalon
Fire Station, on the comer of
Mulat Road and
Sterling/Cyanamid Road. Mr.
Brown will address the two pro-
posed homeowners' tax
changes that will be voted on in
January. The meeting is open to
the general public; anyone inter-
ested in learning the differences
in these proposals is invited and
encouraged to attend.
For additional information,
call 995-7056.

Green-Up Fall Sale
Green-Up Santa Rosa is
having their annual Fall Sale
through the end of November.
All nursery plants are 20% off
the usual price, and seven gallon
canopy trees are discounted to
$15. Fall is the best time to plant
trees and shrubs here on the gulf
coast, as root growth never stops.
Green-Up Santa Rosa is a
program of the Santa Rosa Clean
Community System, which
administers over 20 environmen-
tal programs throughout the
county. Proceeds from Green-Up
go toward public plantings and in
support of the environmental
programs. The nursery is located
at 6758 Park Avenue in Milton,
which is two traffic signals north
from highway 90 on Stewart St,
left on Park and down about half


a block on the left. Hours of oper-
ation are Tuesday through
Saturday from 9 a.m. through 4
p.m. For more information, call
the nursery at 623-1930.

Morning Glory
Circle to meet
The monthly meeting of the
Milton Garden Club Morning


Glory Circle will meet tomor-
row, Nov. 8 at 9:30 a.m. at 5256
Alabama Street in Milton. Herb
Lundy, Master Gardener will
speak on cultivation and the use
of gourds. A delicious lunch
will be served. New members
are always welcome. Come join
us!

PJC Web registra-
tion begins
Pensacola Junior College's
web registration for the spring
semester began Monday, Nov.
5. Fees are due by 6 p.m. Jan. 3.
On-campus registration
runs Dec. 12-13, 8 a .m. to 6
p.m.; and Dec. 14, 8 a.m. to 4
p.m., at the Pensacola,
Warrington and Milton campus-
es. Registration continues Jan.
4, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Jan. 7, 8
a.m. to 6 p.m. Registrations
processed on or after Jan. 3
require fee payment on day of
registration.
. Classes begin Jan. 8. Late
registration, with a $25 late fee,
is Jan. 8-11 and Jan. 14 at all
three campuses.
For more information, call
484-1600.

Military
Appreciation Day
In recognition of Veteran's
Day, Sunday, November llth,
the Helping Hand Missions
Appreciation Day for Veterans
and active duty military person-
nel of Santa Rosa County will
be Saturday, November 10th.
Store hours are 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Free hot dogs and cold
drinks will be available from 11
a.m. to closing. All customers
will receive a 10% appreciation
discount. Veterans and active
duty military personnel will
receive a 20% discount on all
purchases. Register for door
prizes!
Helping Hands invites
donors and customers who have
been the lifeblood of our 20
years of service to the residents
of Santa Rosa County andn
everyone to stop by and become
acquainted with the improved
facilities. The Helping Hands
thrift'store is located at 4666
Hwy. 90, across from the new
Target store in Pace.

Quilting Guild to
meet
Piecemakers Quilting
Guild of Milton meets the sec-
ond Monday (Nov. 12th) of
each month at 9 a.m. at the
Milton Library. Come join in!
For more information please
call Ren Batchelor at 777-
7904.

City of Milton
Meeting
Milton's Historic
Preservation Board will meet
in regular session on
Thursday, Nov. 8 at 5:30 p.m.
in the Council Chambers at
City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more informa-
tion, call 983-5440.

City of Milton
Garbage Route hol-
iday changes
City Hall will be closed
Monday, Nov. 12, to allow
employees not required for
essential services, to observe
the Veteran's Day holiday.
Garbage routes will be
picked up as follows:
a) Monday picked up on
Tuesday
b) Tuesday picked up on
Wednesday
c) Thursday/Friday pick
up as scheduled
All public works emer-
gencies will be handled as for
regular weekends by calling
983-5400. City Hall's Public
Works desk and accounting
window will resume operation
on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 7:30
a.m.

Post Office to
observe Veteran's


Day on Monday
The Post Office will
observe Veterans Day holiday
on Monday, November 12. The
following conditions will
apply:
* All retail operations (win-
dow service) will be closed
* There will be no delivery
of mail by carriers
* Mail will be boxed to Post


Office Boxes
* There will be no collec-
tion of mail from Collection
Boxes
* Express Mail will be
delivered
To All Veterans: Thank you
for your sacrificial service in
helping to protect and preserve
America's freedom! God Bless
you and God Bless America!

Winners of Paint
Santa Rosa Contest
on display at
Dragonfly now
through Nov. 10
This first year's competition
of Paint Santa Rosa coordinated
by the Greater Navarre Beach
Arts Association, and sponsored
by the Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development Council,
has four creative and talented
Santa Rosa artists as winners.
A variety of categories were
chosen to represent the scope of
Santa Rosa County landscapes
and scenes. First prizes in the
following categories will be
$100 to each artist.
For Beach Scenes, Eleanor
Williams' acrylic painting, 'The
Sound,' was chosen by the
judges for the use of nice clean
colors, good contrast in color
selection, and strong design.
Eleanor resides in Milton.
For River or Nature Scene,
Janie Seal of Pace entered an oil
painting, 'Blackwater Tressel.'
This painting was chosen for its
clear visual elements, a notice-
able repeat of geometric shapes
and unique vision of the bridge.
For Animal Scenes, the
lovely 'Florida Blue' heron
painting by Melinda Giron,
shows very well crafted painting
techniques, beautiful designs in
both the foreground and back-
ground, and a visually powerful
statement.
Best of Show was awarded
to Navarre artist, Dennis Boyce,
who entered a watercolor paint-
ing of parrots he painted at the
Gulf Breeze Zoo.
Judges for the competition
were Art Orr, educator; Lonnie
Rich, sculptor and art teacher;
and Rommel Martinez, designer
for Aloha Silkscreening and tal-
ented graphic artist as well as
painter.
These paintings and all of
the ones entered in the contest
will be on display until
November 10th. Winning artists
will be honored Saturday,
November 10th with a ceremo-
ny and award of checks from
Kate Wilkes, Executive Director
of the Santa Rosa County
Tourist Development Council.
The public is invited to view the
paintings at the Dragonfly
Gallery in Milton.

Honorary Chairs
for Milton Relay
announced
The Milton Relay for Life
Steering Committee is honored
to welcome Nicolas McIver,
Rachel McLeod and William
Jenkins as Honorary Chairs of
the 2008 Milton Relay for Life.
Our youth honorary chair,
Nicolas is the son of Candace
and Keith McIver. He is a fourth
grader at Bennett C. Russell
Elementary School.
Our adult honorary chairs,
Rachel and William, have been
relaying in Milton for several
years. Both Rachel and William
have been very active with
Relay, serving in a variety of
roles from team members to
team captains, and have a pas-
sion for Relay and fighting for a
cure!
Relay for Life is the
American Cancer Society's
national signature event serving
as a worldwide effort to raise
-awareness of cancer and the pro-
grams available to those we
serve. This family-oriented
team event brings participants
from all parts of the community
together in a 'celebration of
life.' Cancer survivors, business-
es, civic clubs, churches,
friends, and families walk the
track at high schools, colleges


and community parks to cele-
brate the critical role the
American Cancer Society plays
in the fight against cancer.
"The vital research and pro-
grams of the ACS are leading
the way to eliminating cancer as
a major health problem. More
funds raised translate into more
lives saved," said Joann Hardy,


2008 Event Chair. "I'm proud to
participate in Relay for Life.
Our efforts are to honor those
who are currently fighting the
battle and those who have won
their battle and also cherish the
memory of those who have lost
their battle with cancer."
The Milton Relay for Life
takes place at PJC Milton
Campus on May 2nd and 3rd.
For .more information, contact
Belinda Cook at rolandbalin-
da@bellsouth.net or Joann
Hardy at 529-0399 or
hardyj@mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.us


Gulf Islands
National Seashore
announces waivers
for Veterans Day
In celebration of Veterans
Day on Sunday, Nov. 11th, all
U.S. military veterans, mem-
bers of the U.S. Armed Forces,
and their families will be admit-
ted free-of-charge to public
lands managed by the
Department of Interior and the
Department of Agriculture. The
Perdido Key Area (Johnson
Beach) of Gulf Islands
National Seashore is currently
the only site that charges an
entrance fee. The normal $8 per
vehicle fee will be waived on
this day. Superintendent Jerry
Eubanks states, "Especially in
this time of great personal com-
mitment and sacrifice by mem-
bers of our armed forces, we are
deeply proud to participate in
honoring those Americans who
now, or in the past, have given
such tremendous service to
their country by protecting the
freedoms which we cherish so
much as United States citizens."
Frequent visitors to the
Perdido Key area can purchase
an Annual Gulf Islands National
Seashore Pass for $25. This
pass allows the purchaser
unlimited entrance to Perdido
Key during a 12-month period.
The Interagency Annual Pass,
which allows free entrance to all
federal 'recreation sites that
charge entrance fees, is also
sold at the Seashore for $80.


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Landscape irrigation is now their specialty at Water Works, Inc., but expect more soon!


By By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com
Water Works or Water
Works!
No matter how you
accent it, it's all the same to
Eric Diamond and his crew
of skilled professionals at
Water Works, Inc. whose
master sprinkler systems
installation accomplish-
ments speak for themselves
around Milton, Santa Rosa
County, and beyond!
Although Eric has been
in the sprinkler systems
business for almost 20
years, it was only 13 years
ago that he decided he
would go into business for
himself. And he says that
decision to establish his
own family business has
proven to be one of the
most noteworthy decisions
of his life.
Although his wife
Cynthia is, by trade, a
career teacher in the public
school system, she material-
ly participates in the busi-
ness which makes it a fami-
ly enterprise, one that has
grown steadily each year
since it was started
Now that the business
has a high profiled location
at 4424 Avalon Blvd. in
Milton, Eric says their plans
are to diversify and "branch
out" into other areas of
activity that will include a
broader range of goods and
services for more customer
convenience.
Primarily a sprinkler sys-
tems installer at this time,
Eric says that the business
will soon become involved
in the retailing of materials
and supplies, such as spare
parts, in connection with
these systems. Only the base
will be broader and will
include mulch, rock, fire-
wood, and a variety of land-
scape design systems.


"We have no plans to go
into the actual landscape
business that includes vege-
tation and such," Eric said,
"but will continue to con-
centrate on the hard-scape
features such as installing
outdoor night lights and
decorative lights for
Christmas (and other hard-
ware designs)."
Eric says that the close
relationship he has with pro-
fessionals who install water
wells and deep wells make
him a good contact for those
people who are looking for
that type of service. If you
are in the market for some-
thing of this nature, give
him a call.
"It's beginning to get
cold, and people are going
to start needing wood for
fuel," Eric said. "We feel
this will be a major service
that we can offer, and we
expect to be up and retailing
soon."
Water Works takes pride
in its use of Rain Bird irri-
gation products. The compa-
ny, which has been a pio-
neer in the industry since
1933, is the largest manu-
facturer of such equipment
in the world. This is the
most enduring evidence that
the equipment put in place
on your Water Works proj-
ect will be some.of the best
there is.
Officials at the Rain Bird
Corporation take their
responsibilities seriously.
Noting that water is what
keeps the world alive, they
place themselves up front in
its use and conservation.
"As the world's largest man-
ufacturer of irrigation prod-
ucts, we believe it is our
responsibility to develop
technologies that use water
efficiently," its media
sources indicate, "(and) the
need to conserve water has
never been greater. We want
to do even more, and with


your help we can."
Water Works echoes that
philosophy and goes to
whatever extent possible to
install your irrigation equip-
ment in conformity with
those guidelines.
Originally established in
Gulf Breeze 13 years ago,
Water Works, Inc. moved to
Milton in 2000 and has
operated from facilities here
during that time. In April of
this year the offices and
warehouse were opened at
4424 Avalon Blvd. in West
Milton where Eric says the
planned retail store and
sales facilities will be more
convenient to the public.
Eric says that with each
passing year the business
has grown, and that today
its resolve and capacity to
serve the public is stronger
than ever. "Both my wife
and I are native Santa
Rosans," Eric said, "and
we're committed to our
investment in the area's
future. We live here, we're
raising our family here, and
our heritage is here."
As a Santa Rosan by
birthright and heritage, Eric
takes pride in a family that
easily goes back to his great
grandfather, Bart Broxson,
who is still today a well-
known figure in contempo-
rary county history.
He and his wife Cynthia
have two children, a seven
year old daughter, Brenna,
who attends Benny Russell
Elementary and a four year
old son, Mark, who goes to
Santa Rosa Christian
School. "We try very hard to
be a part of the community,"
Eric said. "Water Works,
Inc. is a member of the
Chamber of Commerce, and
we support a number of
community civic projects."
And as the extensive
memorabilia displayed on
his office walls will attest,
Eric is a diehard Seminole


Eric Diamond at Water Works, Inc. located at 4424 Avalon Blvd. in Milton, would be
happy to answer any questions you may have about your sprinkler installation needs or
how to bed yours down for the winter. And watch out for their expansion into a diversified
retail store, coming soon at that address, to include such products as sprinkler parts, fire-
wood, mulch, and rocks, among others. (Photo by Obie Crain.).


fan! "It's all about being
involved and a part of
what's going on!" he said.
And his casual expres-
sions often reflect an amus-
ing humor, as when he
explained, "I'm not an out-
doors sportsman, either. I do
my fishing at Joe Patti's and
my hunting at Winn-Dixie.
But I'm a heck of a sprinkler
system installer!"
Which brings us back to
his professional activities.
As he recently wrote in the
Chamber of Commerce's
The Santa Rosan, it is get-
ting time for homeowners to
prepare their sprinkler sys-
tems for winter.
"Just as your plants and
grass are bedded down for
the winter, your sprinkler


system needs to be kept
snug so that when spring
gets here you won't have
any cracked pipes, or fit-
tings," he said. "Water
works Sprinkler Systems,
Inc. would be happy to pro-
vide you with any informa-
tion you would need on
your particular systems," he
continued and invited
inquiries by those who had
questions. They can call him
at (850) 626-1381.
And with a work cover-
age area, generally speak-
ing, from Biloxi,
Mississippi to Panama City,
and a longevity of 19 years
experience, his reputation
gives him a (sharp) edge!
And with the expected
company's expansion into


the retail trade, there will be
even more reasons to call or
visit the company on Avalon
Blvd. If you have any ques-
tions about what they do or
how they do it at Water
Works, give them a call at
(850) 626-1381.
Water Works is a winner!
And Water Works for
you!
(The views expressed in the
above article do not neces-
sarily reflect those of the
staff and management of the
Santa Rosa Press Gazette
nor do they constitute an
explicit endorsement of the
services or products
described.)


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It's not just for Halloween


Story by TERESA J. FARNEY
Photos by KRISTY ANN MANN
Freedom News Service

Maybe it's no accident that the colorful
pumpkin was chosen to wear a crooked smile for
Halloween. The big orange squash has a lot to
smile about: nutrition, flavor and versatility.
"Pumpkins have lots of fiber, potassium,
riboflavin, vitamin C and iron, and it's a good
low-fat source of vitamin-E," says Susan -
Nicholson, a syndicated columnist and dietitian
based in Atlanta.
That orange color comes from carotenoid
pigments, which may protect against chronic dis-
eases such as heart disease and cancer and may
help prevent age-related vision loss. But most
people like pumpkin for the taste. It has a mild,
sweet flavor that begs to be enjoyed as a side
dish or in desserts. And don't throw away the
seeds. Crunchy pumpkin seeds are good by them-
selves or in other foods. Just to show how versa-
tile pumpkins can be, we're offering you a
baker's dozen worth of ideas to get you thinking
outside the jack-o'-lantern. First, however, make
sure you're using the right type of pumpkin.
Those big pumpkins that people carve for
Halloween are not the best for culinary purposes.
Instead, choose the Cinderella or sugar pumpkin
varieties. Or, to speed up the cooking, just use
canned pumpkin. Really. It's OK.
"It's so labor intensive to prepare fresh
pumpkin," says Jandee Camozzi, corporate chef
for Coosemans, a specialty produce company in
Denver "I usually recom-
mend uino 'resh
produce but


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not that


of a flavor difference over the canned pumpkin."
So get your can opener ready and try some of
the following pumpkin ideas:
,1. Wake up and taste the pumpkin. Start the
day with a Pumpkin Milkshake. Pop a frozen
banana into a blender container. Add 1/4 cup
each orange juice, canned pumpkin and frozen
yogurt. Blend on high until smooth. Serve in two
tall glasses topped with a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Source: "101 Things To Do with Pumpkin" at
www.kidsturncentral.com
2. Wind down in the evening with an adult
version of the previous breakfast recipe. Add a
jigger of rum to each milkshake when it's poured
into the glasses.
Source: The Gazette, Colorado Springs, Colo.
3. Want a little snack to go with the creamy
cocktail? Make a Pumpkin Dip by combining 8
ounces of cream cheese with 2 cups pumpkin, 2
teaspoons pumpkin pie spice and 1 cup of pow-
dered sugar. Serve with veggie dippers or ginger-
bread cookies. Makes about 2 1/2 cups.
Source: www.kidsturncentral.com
4. For a savory dip, stir together 2 minced
chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, 1 teaspoon
cumin, 2 teaspoons lime juice, 1 tablespoon
minced cilantro and 2 cups pumpkin. Serve with
baked tortilla chips.
Source: "Wellness Foods A to Z," from the
Wellness Letter by the University of California in
Berkeley.
5. A different spread: Pumpkin Apple Butter.
It's great on toast, muffins and bagels, and can be
used as a condiment for savory meats. Combine
1 3/4 cups pumpkin, 1 cup apple juice, 1 cup
peeled and grated apple, 1/2 cup packed brown
sugar and 3/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice in a
medium saucepan. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to
low and simmer 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasional-
I'. Pour into a 3-cup container, cover and chill.
Source: www.kidsturncentral.com
6. Need a side dish? Make Mashed Pumpkin
instead of mashed potatoes. Saute a sliced medi-
um onion and chopped bell pepper in 2 table-
spoons olive oil until the vegetables are
soft. Stir in 3 cups of pumpkin and season
to taste with salt and pepper. Serves 4.
Source: "Wellness Foods A to Z,"
from the Wellness Letter by the
University of California in Berkeley.
7. Speedy soup. Thin 4 cups of pump-
kin with chicken broth to make a soup con-
sistency. Season with salt and a dash of cin-
namon and heat. Stir in 1 cup of reduced-fat


cream. Serve in four bowls and top each serving
with a tablespoon of toasted pumpkin seeds.
Source: "Wellness Foods A to Z," from the
Wellness Letter by the University of California in
Berkeley.
8. Pasta pronto. Stir 2 cups of pumpkin into 2
cups of store- bought tomato-based pasta sauce.
Heat and serve with favorite cooked pasta.
Source: "Wellness Foods A to Z," from the
Wellness Letter by the University of California in
Berkeley.
9. Pump up a dressing. Use Pumpkin
Vinaigrette instead of your usual salad dressing.
In a medium bowl, whisk together 1/4 cup pump-
kin, 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar, 1 minced clove of
garlic, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1/2 teaspoon salt and
1/8 teaspoon black pepper with 1/2 cup olive oil.
Makes about 1 cup.
Source: www.kidsturncentral.com
10. Dandy bread. Grease a 9-by-5-inch loaf
pan. In a large bowl, mix 1/3 cup vegetable oil, 3
eggs, 1/2 cup milk, 1 cup pumpkin, 1/2 cup
sugar, 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon, 1/2 tea-
spoon ground cloves, 1/2 cup raisins and 2 1/3
cups Bisquick until combined. Pour into loaf pan
and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until a
wooden toothpick inserted in the cake comes out
clean. Serves 10.
Source: Bisquick
11. Spicy Pumpkin Cake.Grease and flour a
12-cup bundt pan. In a large mixer bowl, com-
bine 1 (18.25-ounce) package spice cake mix, 3
eggs, 1 cup pumpkin, 1/2 cup evaporated milk,
and 1/3 cup vegetable oil at medium speed until
combined, about 2 minutes. Stir in 1 cup white
chocolate morsels. Pour into the pan and bake at
350 degrees for 40 to 45 minutes or until a wood-
en toothpick inserted in the cake comes out
clean. Cool in the pan for 25 minutes; invert onto
a wire rack and cool completely. Dust with pow-
dered sugar and serve. Makes 15 servings.
Source: www.kidsturncentral.com
12. Fancy dessert: Maple Pumpkin Pots de
Creme. Whisk together 1 cup heavy cream, 3/4
cup milk, 3/4 cup syrup, and 1/2 cup pumpkin in
a heavy saucepan and bring just to a simmer over
moderate heat. Whisk together 7 yolks, 1/2 tea-
spoon cinnamon, 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg and 1/8
teaspoon salt in a bowl. Add hot pumpkin mix-
ture to yolks in a slow stream, whisking constant-
ly. Pour custard through a fine-mesh sieve into a
large measuring cup, then divide among 10 (3-
ounce) custard cups. Bake custards in a hot water
bath pan covered tightly with foil, in middle of


325-degree oven until a knife insert-
ed in center of a custard comes out
clean, 35 to 40 minutes. Transfer
custards to a rack to cool completely.
Chill, covered, until cold, at least 2
hours. Can be chilled up to 2 days.
Source: Gourmet magazine
13. The best for last: Pumpkin
Pie. In small bowl, combine 3/4 cup
sugar, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon
cinnamon, 1/2 teaspoon ground gin-
ger, and 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves.
Beat 2 eggs in a large bowl. Stir in 1
(15-ounce) can pumpkin and 1 (12-
ourice) can evaporated milk. Pour
into 9-inch store-bought pie shell.
Bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes.
Reduce temperature to 350 and bake
for 45 minutes or until firm. Serves


Source: Food Network


TOASTED
PUMPKIN SEEDS
Yield: 8 servings

Seeds from 1 or more pumpkins

Procedure:
To separate seeds from fibrous
pulp, soak them 1 hour in cold
water, then rinse and drain in
colander.
Scatter seeds on baking sheet in
single layer and bake at 300
degrees for 30 to 45 minutes,
checking to make sure they are
not browning, and shaking pan a
few times. If you like, sprinkle
warm seeds with coarse salt. You
also may shell the seeds making
pepitas) and use them in recipes
for breads, salads and soups.
Store roasted seeds in airtight
container or jar.

Source: "Reader's Digest
Pumpkins and Squashes," by
Caroline Boisset













Lifestyles


Some say - nothing is
more sure than change,
while others prefer - the
more things change the
more they stay the same.
We'll let you decide.
This feature to the
Gazette, appearing intermit-
tently, will celebrate the his-
torical heritage of Santa
Rosa County through pho-
tos, old and new, that show
how some of our most cher-
ished landmarks have faired
through the years; what's
changed and what hasn't.
If you have an old photo
featuring landmarks in
Santa Rosa County, specifi-
cally those that still exist in
some form, please forward
them to us, and we'll con-
sider them for future use in
this section.
Please be sure to include
a brief description of what
you send and the address, if
possible.


Santa Rosa: Yesterday and Today


The small, white, wooden building that was once the Bagdad Post Office is located on Thompson Street in Bagdad and was built in 1913. Prior to that, the post office
had been in Alexander Hamilton Green's general store. Mary Joiner (center figure in the old photograph) was postmistress from 1896 to 1940. Upon the death of
her replacement, Gertrude Gauger, in 1975, the Gauger family donated the building to the Bagdad Village Preservation Society.
Special thanks to Laurie Green, Josh Wilks, and the Santa Rosa Historical Society


Free video download service


New service includes hours
of movies, TV and other down-
loadable video that can be
checked-out 24/7
Library card holders in Santa
Rosa County get ready to
"check-out" the latest service
offered by the Santa Rosa
County Library System. The
library has launched
MyLibraryDV, a revolutionary
new digital content service that
provides library card holders
with free, downloadable lifestyle,
entertainment, and informational
programming right to their per-


sonal computers 24/7.
Accessible at www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov/libraries, card hold-
ers can download MyLibraryDV
content, including high-demand
feature films and programming
about cooking, travel, home
improvement, health, literature,
and much more. Shows available
for download include "America's
Test Kitchen, "Julia and Jacques
Cooking at Home," " Antiques
Road Show," "Today's
Homeowner with Danny
Lipford," "Globe Trekker," and
"Rick Steves' Europe."


Also available through the
ever-expanding catalog of con-
tent are select movies from Sony
Pictures Entertainment, such as
"Air Force One," "Girl
Interrupted," and "The Mask of
Zorro" as well as independent
films from Film Movement and
classic films such as "The Great
Train Robbery," "Meet John
Doe" and "Phantom of the
Opera."
Your Library System is one
of the pioneering libraries to pro-
vide its card holders with
MyLibraryDV.


Wound Care. At Santa Rosa Medical Center, our first priority is to help you
achieve the best health you can. Yet, for many people in our community,
their quality of life is comprised by problems associated with serious wounds
that are the result of diabetes, trauma injuries, radiation, infections, ulcers
and other conditions. We can now enhance the recovery process thanks to
our new Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine which is staffed
by clinical experts who use state-of-the-art hyperbaric chambers and the
latest protocols to safely and effectively heal problem wounds.

Our purpose in bringing this nationally recognized wound care service to
our community is to improve the quality of life of those we serve. For more
information about the Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine
which is conveniently located at 4225 Woodbine Rd, Suite C, in the
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Randi Marie Pinner and Luis Fernando Valencia Jr. are set to wed on Dec. 8.
Submitted photo


Pinner-Valencia wedding


is planned for December


Mr. Randall Pinner and
Mrs. Maria Pinner of Milton,
FL are pleased to announce
the engagement and forth-
coming marriage of their
daughter, Randi Marie
Pinner to Luis Fernando
Valencia Jr.


Luis is the son of Luis Sr.
and Mary Ann Valencia of
Chipley, FL. Randi is a 2001
graduate of Milton High
School and is currently
employed at the Department
of Transportation. Luis is a
2002 graduate of Chipley


High School. He is currently
enlisted in the U.S. Navy as
an Air Traffic Controller-
aboard NAS Pensacola. The
couple has planned a
December 8, 2007 wedding.,
They plan to reside in
Chipley, Fla.


Blue Angels Homecoming


is set for this weekend


The Navy's Flight
Demonstration Squadron,
the Blue Angels, will close
the 2007 season at their
annual Homecoming Air
Show aboard Naval Air
,Station Pensacola on Nov.
9 and 10 (Fri. & Sat.).
This year along with
the world famous Blue
Angels F/A-18 Hornet per-
formances, the Blues' C-
130 Hercules transport
also known as "Fat Albert"
will demonstrate a Jet
Assisted Take Off (JATO)
with the help of solid fuel
rockets.
Other potential mili-
tary performers include the
F-16 Fighting Falcon,
F/A-18F Super Hornet,
and an F-86 Sabre.
The Blackwater
Parachute Demonstration
Team will make a jump
above the show and
Training Air Wing SIX
will feature a fly-by with
wing training aircraft.


Tentatively scheduled
for both days will be
extraordinary aerobatics
by performers such as Jan
Collmer flying the Fina
Extra 300L, Rob Holland
piloting his MX2 aerobatic
aircraft and Skip Stewart
will be pushing his modi-
fied Pitts S-25 to its limit.
Otto the helicopter will
amaze the crowd with his
antics and family-oriented
entertainment and the Red
Baron Pizza Squadron will
perform their modified
Stearman aircraft. There
will be several fly-by
appearances of various air-
crafts and Kent Shockley
will roar down the runway
in the 36,000 horsepower
Shockwave Jet Truck.
Along with the incredi-
ble flying demonstrations,
more than 50 military and
civilian aircraft will be on
display. These static dis-
plays include the FEDEX
Airbus, as well as aircraft


ranging from the present'
day, state' of the art jet
fighters to aircraft from
the 1930s.
Gates will open at 8
a.m. with the shows start-
ing at 9:45 a.m. Both
shows are open to the pub-
lic. Admission and parking
are free. Areas will be'
reserved for the physically'
challenged.
Food, beverages and
memorabilia will be avail-'
able at numerous concession
stands. Pets, coolers and'
smoking are not permitted.
Security personnel and
signs will direct spectators
to parking areas near the
show site. Visitors are
encouraged to use the West'
Gate (Blue Angel
Parkway) to ease traffic
congestion.
For more information,'
contact the NAS Pensacola'
Public Affairs office at,
850-452-3100, ext. 1519
1539 or 1534.


Same Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-November 7, 2007


Page 2-B













Community


Covenant Hospice
offers free work-
shop-Coping With
The Holidays
Realizing that the holidays
can be an emotionally difficult
time for those who have suf-
fered the loss of a loved one,
especially children, the
Covenant Hospice
Bereavement Department will
be providing a free seminar
and workshop to help. The
seminar will be held from
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 10 at the
Covenant Hospice branch
office in Milton, located at
S907 Berryhill Road.
The workshop will
include many tips on "how to
cope" during the holidays,
normal grief reactions, coping
strategies for the holidays,
children's arts and craft activi-
(ies, ways to remember a
loved one and supporting chil-
dren through the holidays.
This free workshop is open to
ihe public and includes
refreshments.
Those who attend will
also receive free material on
coping during the holidays. If
you are interested in attending
ihis very special workshop,
Call Betsy DeBellis at 202-
5930 to make a reservation.

Hyperactivity -
Topic of Seminar at
Sacred Heart on
Nov. 13
Dr. R. Scott Benson, a
child and adolescent psychia-
rist associated with Creekside
Psychiatric Center, will pres-
ent a seminar about Attention
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD) on Tuesday, Nov. 13,
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the
Greenhut Auditorium at
Sacred Heart Hospital's
Conference Center on Ninth
Avenue.
The seminar, titled
"Paying Attention to
Attention," will provide infor-
mation about the. evaluation
and treatment of children with
ADHD, one of the most com-
mon childhood mental disor-
ders. Children with ADHD
may suffer from impairments
in functioning at home, in
school, and with their peers.
The seminar is free of
charge and is sponsored by
Children's Medical Services.
For more information, please
call 476-1392, ext. 32.

Santa Rosa
Organizations to
participate in
Pandemic Exercise
Santa Rosa County Board
of County Commission depart-
ments along with the depart-
ment of health, sheriff's office,
clerk of the courts, supervisor
of elections, tax collector,
Santa Rosa Medical Center,
Gulf Breeze and Jay hospitals,
the school district, court sys-
tem, and volunteer agencies
including Community
Emergency Response Team
and Medical Reserve Corps,
will participate in a pandemic
flu exercise on Tuesday,
November 6 beginning at 8:30
a.m. at various locations
around the county. By simulat-
ing a possible disease-caused
disaster, participating organiza-
tions hope to ensure they are
ready to effectively respond to
an event more devastating to
daily life than a powerful hurri-
cane.
Each agency will operate
as if a pandemic has hit Santa
Rosa County, testing medical
response -and how staff work-
loads are affected. Hospitals
will practice responding to
"surges" of patients at their
facilities. Additionally, the
exercise will allow all partici-
pating organizations to assess
office protocol for potential
staff shortages due to a pan-
demic outbreak, and ensure
their plan will allow them to
continue to offer services to the


public.
The department of health
will rehearse their Points of
Dispersion or POD operation
where personnel will simulate
immunizations on volunteers
and county staff. The POD will
be located at the county audito-
rium, 4530 Spikes Way in
Milton. Residents are invited to


participate as patients.
Volunteers are simply asked to
arrive by 8:15 a.m. Andy
Anderson is the on site point of
contact.
It is hard to believe today,
but the world has a long histo-
ry of disease-caused disasters.
Wayne Blanchard, Ph.D. of the
FEMA higher learning institute
has ranked the events that have
taken the most lives in
American history, with 12 of
the top 15 caused by disease.
Worst Disasters - Lives
Lost (U.S.)
1. Influenza Pandemic,
September 1918 - April 1919
- 675,000
2. Smallpox, 1775-1782 -
130,000
3. Influenza Epidemic,
1957 - 70,000
4. Influenza Epidemic,
1968 - 28,000
5. Yellow Fever, 1878,
Mississippi Valley - 13,000+
6. Galveston Hurricane,
1900 - 6K - 12,000
7. Yellow Fever, New
Orleans, 1853 - 7,790
8. Cholera Epidemic, 1832
- 7,000+
9. Polio, 1916 - 7,000+
10. Polio, 1949-1952 -
6,000+
11. Yellow Fever,
Philadelphia, 1793 - 5,000+
12. Cholera Epidemic,
1849, Mississippi Valley -
5,000+
13. Yellow Fever, New
Orleans, 1867 - 3,093
14. San Francisco
Earthquake and Fire, 1906 -
664-3,000
15. 9/11 Terrorist Attacks,
2001 -3,000

National recipe
contest features
North Carolina
sweet potatoes as
main ingredient
Ladies and Gentlemen.
Start your ovens!
Smithfield, NC - The
North Carolina SweetPotato
C o m m i s s i o n
(NCSPC,www.ncsweetpota-
toes.com) is inviting sweet
potato lovers from around the
country to enter its first-ever
recipe contest for non-profes-
sional cooks. The Get Fresh
with North Carolina Sweet
Potatoes Recipe Contest
(www.getfreshwithsweetpota-
to! es.com) runs now through
April 15, 2008. There is
$5,000 in prize money to be
won.
"Sweet potatoes are one of
the most, if not the most,
nutritious and versatile veg-
etables," said Sue Johnson-
Langdon, executive director
of the NCSPC and a sweet
potato grower. "We're looking
for recipes that are creative,
easy-to-prepare, visually
appealing, nutritious and, of
course, tasty. I'm very eager to
see what comes in. Cooks
have come a long way since
sweet potato casserole," she
explained.
Recipes must use fresh,
not canned, sweet potatoes.
There is a $500 prize for the
winners in each of four cate-
gories: soups, salads, sides
and sweets. A grand-prize
winner will be chosen from
the four category winners and
will be awarded $3,000 in
prize money. Contestants may
enter more than one recipe
(see official rules for details
www.getfreshwithsweetpota-
toes.com). Winners will be
announced in May 2008.
Taste of the South maga-
zine (www.tasteofthesouth-
magazine.com) is getting into
the act, too, as co-sponsor for
the contest. The magazine, a
publication of Hoffman
Media, features over 60
recipes in each issue, all fla-
vored with traditional south-
ern ingredients. "Becoming a
partner to support a recipe
contest featuring a traditional
southern staple was a natural
for us," said Loma Reeves,
editor at Taste of the South.
You can't get much more


Southern than sweet potatoes,
and North Carolina is the
number one producer. It's just
perfect," she finished.
Contestants can read the
official rules and submit their
recipes) online atwww.get-
freshwithsweetpotatoes.com.
For those without access to the
Internet, send an SASE to: Get
Fresh with North Carolina


Sweet Potatoes Recipe
Contest, P.O. Box 575, Selma,
NC 27576 to receive an offi-
cial entry form and the official
rules.
The North Carolina
SweetPotato Commission,
Inc. is a non-profit corporation
(501 (c) 5), which was char-
tered on June 30, 1961 by a
group of sweet potato farmers.
For more than forty years
North Carolina farmers have
sought to increase sweet pota-
to consumption by collective-
ly funding promotional pro-
grams, providing timely and
relevant information to con-
sumers, funding research and
development projects and
encouraging the use of good
seed stock and horticultural
practices among producers.
Taste of the South is a
Hoffman Media, LLC publica-
tion. Taste of the South is a bi-
monthly cooking magazine
featuring simple, easy-to-pre-
pare recipes with a Southern
flair. Hoffman Media, LLC is
a privately held, leading spe-
cial-interest publisher based in
Birmingham, Alabama. With
over 4 million readers nation-
wide, the company specializes
in publications targeted to the
women's market. Titles
include Cooking with Paula
Deen, Southern Lady, and
Victoria.

New Memorial to
be Unveiled During
Veterans Day
Celebration
A new monument honor-
ing military service persons
that gave their lives for our
country will be unveiled on
November 12 at 11 a.m. at the
Santa Rosa County Veterans
Memorial Plaza located at
5178 Willing Street in Milton.
Titled the Wall of Tears, the
monument is constructed of
red granite with a reservoir,
trough and engraved with the
caption "Tears of a Grateful
Nation for Those who Gave
all." Falling tears are repre-
sented by engraved teardrop-
shaped openings that have a
constant flowing stream of
water. The monument also
features artwork by local artist
Herbert Bullard.
The Wall of Tears will be
part of the Santa Rosa County
Veterans Memorial Plaza,
which recently won its second
gold medal in the Public
Communications Category,
the highest honor from the
Freedoms Foundation at
Valley Forge. Freedoms
Foundation is a non-profit
organization dedicated to
teaching young people the
principles upon which our
nation was founded and con-
veying the close link between
the rights and the responsibili-
ties of citizens in society.
The unveiling will be part
of many events offered by
Santa Rosa County, City of
Milton, the Disabled
American Veterans, Chapter
125 and the Veterans Thunder
Ride including:
*Friday, November
9-Candle Light Vigil at 7 p.m.
with Cannon Salute at Santa
Rosa County Veterans Plaza,
5178 Willing Street, Milton.
*Saturday, November 10,
6-9 p.m. - Steak dinner at the
Milton Elks Lodge #2377,
East Highway 90, Pace. $15
donation requested.
*Sunday, November 11-
First Annual Veterans Thunder


Ride. Registration from 9-11
a.m. at the Santa Rosa County
Administration Building park-
ing lot, registration $10 per
rider. Motorcycles only
please. Prayer service at noon,
cannon salute signaling the
start of the ride at 12:30 p.m.
with ride ending at the
Pensacola Wall South.
*Monday, November 12 -
Santa Rosa County Veterans
Day Parade at 10 a.m. begin-
ning at Milton High School,
ending at the Santa Rosa
County Veterans Plaza at 5178
Willing Street, Milton.
Veterans Day Ceremony and
unveiling of the new monu-
ment, the "Wall of Tears," at
11 a.m. at the Santa Rosa
County Veterans Plaza.
Veterans Day Picnic following
the unveiling, hosted by 4-H.

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Students from fourth-grade to
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receive free one-on-one homework
help from a live tutor via the
Internet. It is easy to get started.
Students simply visit the Library
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www.santarosa.fl.gov/libraries,
click on the Live Homework Help
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number.
"We hope this school year,
more students and parents will
discover how convenient and
effective on-demand tutoring is
for today's families who are often
struggling with hours of hom&`'M
work atsioinmentl each night,"
said LindA" Hendrix" Library
Director. "What we find most
encouraging, is reading com-
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that we are relieving the nightly
stress and frustration of home-
work while building students'
confidence and improving their
grades."
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In September, Santa Rosa
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147 sessions. In October, sessions
totaled 120. To increase aware-
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Natasha Godwin, Special
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Library System, has spoken at
Santa Rosa County School
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tors, guidance counselors, and
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Look what's happening this weekend


19th Annual Crafts
& Arts Festival
The First UMC of Pace,
located at 4540 Chumuckla
Highway will be having their
Crafts & Marketplace Festival
on Saturday, November 10th
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. There
will be unique crafts, lunch
and yummy baked goods. Do
your holiday shopping with
us! For more information, call


850-994-5608 or www.pace-
fumc.org.
Charity Bazaar
The Nativity of Our Lord
Ladies Society will be having
a Charity Bazaar November
10 & 11 in the Parish Hall.
This will include Arts &
Crafts, White Elephant Sale,
Sale of Homemade Baked
Goods, Silent Auction, and
Lunch on Saturday.


The church is located at
9945 Hillview Dr, in
Pensacola.
Fundraising Yard
Sale
Jay First Assembly of
God Church will have a
Fundraising Yard Sale
Saturday, Nov. 10 from 8 a.m.
until ? The church is located at
14047 Alabama Street in Jay.
Pine Forest United


Methodist Church will
have its annual Arts & Crafts
Festival on Saturday, Nov. 10
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Activities include arts and
craft vendors, homemade
baked goods and a holiday
luncheon.
The church is located at
2800 Wilde Lake Boulevard,
in Pensacola. More informa-
tion? Call 944-0170.


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Covenant Hospice and
active duty military recog-
nize local Veterans
In a spirit of gratitude
and heartfelt recognition of
their service and sacrifices,
Covenant Hospice will be
hosting special Veteran's
Recognition Celebrations
throughout its 35 county ser-
vice area. Covenant Hospice
will be performing cere-
monies in various nursing
homes, assisted living facili-
ties, and patient homes.
Each veteran will be pre-
sented with a Hospice and
Veteran's Partnership pin and
a certificate expressing grati-
tude for their years of service
to our country. Commanding
Officer at Whiting Field,
Captain Samsted, will assist
in a celebration at 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 6 at Berryhill
Manor, located at 5544
Swanner Rd. in Milton.
Covenant Hospice saw a
need to recognize these vet-
erans because many
Covenant Hospice patients
will not be able to attend or
participate in the traditional
recognition events held in
their communities due to
their condition. For more
information about the
Veteran's Day celebrations,
contact Pam Edwards at 433-
2155.
Covenant Hospice is a
not-for-profit organization
dedicated to providing com-
prehensive, compassionate
services to patients and loved
ones during times of life-lim-
iting illnesses.
Covenant Hospice cur-
rently serves over 1,300
patients a day through out 35
counties in South Alabama,
Northwest Florida, and the
Big Bend area of Florida.


Lane graduates Brom successfully
from training in NJ completes BT


(FHTNC) - Coast
Guard Seaman Apprentice
Kristopher R. Lane, son of
Charlene M. and Robert J.
Lane of Navarre, FL, recent-
ly graduated from the U.S.
Coast Guard Recruit
Training Center in Cape
May, N J.
During the eight-week
training program, Lane com-
pleted a vigorous training
curriculum consisting of aca-
demics and practical instruc-
tion on water safety and sur-
vival, military customs and
courtesies, seamanship
skills, first aid, fire fighting
and marksmanship. A major
emphasis is also placed on
physical fitness, health and
wellness.
Lane and other recruits
also received instruction on
the Coast Guard's core val-
ues - honor, respect and
devotion to duty - and how
to apply them in their mili-
tary performance and per-
sonal conduct. Lane will join
36,000 other men and
women who comprise Coast
Guard's force.
Men and women train
together from the first day in
the Coast Guard just as they
do aboard ships and shore
units throughout the world.
To reinforce the team
concept, Lane, and other
recruits were trained in pre-
venting sexual harassment,
drug and alcohol awareness,
civil rights training, and the
basics of the work-life bal-
ance, as well as total quality
management.
Lane is a 2005 graduate
of Navarre High School of
Navarre, FL.


(FHTNC) -Marine
Corps Pfc. Christopher L.
Brom, a 2005 graduate of
Gulf Breeze High School,
Gulf Breeze, FL, recently
completed 12 weeks of basic
training at Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, Parris Island,
SC., designed to challenge
new Marine recruits both
physically and mentally.
Brom and fellow recruits
began their training at 5 a.m.,
by running three miles and
performing calisthenics. In
addition to the physical con-.
ditioning program, Brom
spent numerous hours in
classroom and field assign-
ments. Brom and other
recruits also received instruc-
tion on the Marine Corps'
core values-honor, courage
and commitment, and what
the core values mean in guid-
ing personal and professional
conduct.
Brom and fellow recruits
ended the training phase with
The Crucible, a 54-hour,
team evolution culminating
in an emotional ceremony in
which recruits are presented
the Marine Corps Emblem,
and addressed as "Marines"
for the first time in their
careers.
Dungan graduates
MECEP
(FHTNC) -Marine
Corps Staff Sgt. Thomas S.
Dungan, Jr., son of Lillian A.
DeVore of Navarre, FL. and
Thomas Dungan of Orwell,
Ohio, recently graduated
from the Marine Enlisted
Commissioning Education
Program (MECEP)
Preparatory School located
aboard Marine Corps Recruit


Depot in San Diego.
MECEP is a 9-week
course of study and is
designed to ensure the suc-
cessful transition of Marines
from the operating forces to
the academic environment.
The course prepares Marines
for college level academic
work, focuses on continued
professional development
and emphasizes extensive
physical conditioning to
meet the challenges of the
Officer Candidate School.
Dungan is a 1998 gradu-
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Final week for



gridiron season

A One game reamins before Jay, Milton,
and Pace focus on post season games


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.com
The final week of high
school football is here before
the post season gets underway.
Ironically win or lose all
three area team will prepare
for football on Nov. 16, but all
three coaches will tell you the
playoffs are a week away and
their focus is the game ahead.
Milton and Pace started
the week with some unfin-
ished business before they
could start planning ahead as
both teams played make-up
games from this past
September.
While Milton and Pace
dealt with their unfinished
business, :. .. -.
Jay was .
get ting . ..
ready to go .
for their
third win
in a row
over Baker
in what
h a s t
b e c o m e
known as
the "War Lindsey
o n
Highway Four".
The Royals are 7-2 head-
ing into Friday's game set for
a7 p.m. kickoff while Baker at
4-5 this is their playoff.
For the Gators, their last
win in this rivalry came in
2004 as they posted a 35-34
win in Jay.
Since that win the Royals
have dominated and outscored


the Gators 54-24.
Jay won at home last year
by a single touchdown 21-14
as they posted a four win sea-
son.
B e ll1 ,,, I
has taken
it one -.
game at a 4
time ny. he

preachedas allowed only 89
to his season and 21 of
Ro yals
about how
they con-
trol theirs season againsBell
own des-
tiny.
Jay has allowed only 89
points this season and 21 of
those came in their only dis-
trict loss this season against

Attempts to reach Bell for
comments about the season
finale were unsuccessful.
For Pace, it is a unique
week as they prepare for
Homecoming and inducting
six new
mem ber _, . .
into the
Bennett C


Fame.
But
Lindse,.
and 1! "
staff .are
they are
looking at McMillion
finishing
See PREVIEW Page 2C


Jay's Rush Hendricks is seen fighting for a few yards last week in
the Royals district game against Port St. Joe. On Friday Jay closed
out their district schedule with a win over Franklin County.


Royals top the



Seahawks 46-6


Press Gazette Staff Report
Jay quickly rebounded
from their first district loss
on Monday to Port St. Joe.
The subject of the Royals
anger was Franklin County,
who will finish the District
1-A schedule without a win
in their first season.
It might have started out
slow for the Royals (7-2),
but they quickly amassed
414 rushing yard sand 152
more through the air in a 46-
6 route of the Seahawks (0-
9).
Dakota Boughton racked
up 82 yards rushing on 12
carries while Dale Barlow


finished the night with two
touchdowns.
Barlow carried one in
from 43 yards out while he
caught a pass from Brandt
Hendricks from 46 yards out
for the other.
Hendricks finished the
night three-of-four passing
and carried the ball for a
touchdown himself.
Now the Royals will turn
their attention to the final
game of the season as they
visit long-time rival Baker
for a 7 p.m. kickoff.
Attempts to reach Jay
Head Coach Elijah Bell were
unsuccessful.


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(Above) Milton linebacker Joe English deflects a short pass in the first half of a hard fought battle between Milton Panthers and the
Tate Aggies. Milton won the game 28-22 and secured a playoff berth for the third consecutive year in District 1-4A. (Below)
Quarterback Dustin Land is looking up field for blockers as he decides to keep the ball for one of his 10 carries Friday night for 54


yards.


Press Gazette phtoo by Bill Gamblin


Panthers get



past Aggies


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Milton was faced a do or
die situation on Friday at
home when they hosted Tate
and the Panthers will live to
play on this post season after a
28-22 win.
It looked like it was going
to be an easy night as the
Panthers' defense struck first
as Travis Larson scooped up
an Aggies fumble and rumbled
on 44 yards to make it 7-0.
But Tate would respond
with a very unique offensive
set, which ended up resem-
bling more of a rugby scrum.
On their very next posses-
sion the rugby scrum moved
the ball 61-yards to make it 7-
6 after the extra point attempt
was no good.
After entering the locker
room at halftime tied 14-14
the Panthers quickly built a
28-14 lead that suddenly dis-
appeared as the lead was
trimmed to 28-22 with just
4:08 remaining.
But the game came down
to a critical fourth down call in


the fourth quarter.
"It was a really hard
fought football game," said
Milton Head Coach Mike
McMillion. "We made some
plays against a good football
team.
"I am thrilled for these
young guys and I hope they
appreciate the opportunity and
make the most of the situation
that now presents itself."
Milton was facing fourth
and a long five at the Tate 44
and instead of punting the
Panthers decided to go for it.
Land got behind the center
and when the team shifted
from a pro set to the shotgun,
Tate jumped offside.
The five-yard penalty
would not have been enough
to give the Panthers the first
down, but Aggies Head Coach
Ed Rigby helped with the rest.
He ran out onto the field to
protest the call and drew a per-
sonal foul for unsportsmanlike
conduct and 15 yards to ice
the game.
"It is just one more time
See MILTON Page 2C


Jay advances to Regionals


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
The task at hand on
Saturday at Okaloosa Walton
College in Ft. Walton Beach
was who could run the fastest
5K.
Team wise those honors
went to Tallahassee Chiles
who swept the boys and girls
division in Class 3A.
Chiles defeated area pow-
erhouse Washington 126 to
131 while Tallahassee Leon
was third with 150 followed
by Navarre at 185.
Pace finished 11th with a
team scored of 452, while
Jay freshman James Whitehead
led the Royals boys cross coun-
try team to a second place fin-
ish Saturday in the Class A
District meet held at Okaloosa-
Walton College in Ft. Walton
Beach. Next for the Royals is
the regional meet in
Tallahassee.
File photo


Milton finished out the meet in
16th place at 621.
The girl's side saw Chiles
defeat Leon 64 to 120, with Ft.
Walton Beach finishing third
with 184.
Pace was 10th overall
with 423, while Milton fin-
ished 14th with 505.
Individually the Lady
Panthers were led by junior
Ariane Carr with -a time of
21:14.7, while Pace sopho-
more Taylor Dunne was 38th
at 21:59.51
The Lady Patriots then
started scoring more as Jessica
Oram finished 42nd and
Kristen Lochas was 52.
Milton's second runner,
Kristen Wells, came in 54th.
On the boys side Pace's
Ryan LaBombard finished
33rd in a time of 17:30.38,
while Milton's Mark Viau was
53rd to lead the Panthers in a
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Sports


Milton


Continued From Page One
the officials don't know
the dang rules," said a dis-
gruntle Rigby. "Land can't
put his hands on the center
to simulate a snap. He put
his hands on the center's
butt.
"Then I step six yards
on the field and they throw
a flag. I didn't use any pro-
fanity, but it was a very
cheap call."
Rigby's cheap call
might not of occurred if it
hadn't been for Land and
McMillion agreeing to call
an audible during the final
drive of the game.
With 2:03 still remain-
ing the Aggies used their
first timeout, which game
McMillion and his senior
quarterback time to ponder
the third and 11 they faced
from their own 30-yard
line.
After lining up Land
threw a huge 21-yard fade
pass to Demarco Dixon and
a Milton first down.
"We have always been
able to throw the ball," said
Land. "I am just glad we
executed the big play when
we needed it."
The second half started
out all Milton after a huge
defensive stop on Tate's
first possession.
Land and Dixon got


things going with a 35 yards
pass and from there the
Panthers ate up the yardage
remaining in Aggie territo-
ry.
Starting from the Tate
37 land rushed for 16 and
then handed the ball off to
Brown, who set up Land's
one-yard plunge with 3:35
remaining in the third quar-
ter.
Milton's final score of
the game came early in the
fourth quarter after the
Panthers defense stopped
the Aggies on a fourth and
two at the Milton 41.
When Milton took over
at their 40, it was a quick
three plays as Land found
David Morgan for a 56
yards strike to go up by two
touchdowns with 10:27
remaining.
Tate would respond on
the very next drive, but they
continued to run a tight for-
mation, which allowed them
to hold onto the ball, but
also kept the clock moving.
"We decided to roll the
dice because we were play-
ing for our first playoff
berth since 2000," said
Rigby. "We wanted to con-
trol the ball and didn't want
to throw any incomplete
passes.
"I feel bad for our sen-
iors, but we are a very


Milton's David Morgan tries to see the field ahead through his ear hole after a Tate defender gets a hand on his facemask Friday night
in a game that decided the runner-up in District 1-4A. The Panthers held on to win the game 28-22.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


young team and I feel we
will definitely be back. Our
day is coming."
Tate's final drive con-
sumed 6:19 before Deonte
Johnson scored from one
yard out and Edwin
Richburg scored the two-
point conversion."
Milton's only other


offensive score of the game
came when Brown ran it in
from eight yards out with
7:11 remaining in the first
half.
Brown led Milton, with
70 yards on eight carries,
while Land rushed for 54
yards and Anthony Loomis
accounted for 44 yards.


Land also passed for
128 as he went five-of-
seven with a touchdown.
Tate used nine different
runners to rush for 149
yards on 43 carries.
Milton will open the
playoffs on the road as they
will face Ft. Walton Beach
on Nov. 16, but that is the


furthest thing from
McMillion's mind.
"We have a long stretch
ahead of us with Navarre on
Monday and Pine Forest on
Friday," said McMillion.
"But we will take it one
game at a time and appreci-
ate the chances and oppor-
tunities that lie ahead."


Pace is seen here as a team at the start of a cross country meet earlier this season prior.to Saturday's
district meet at OWC in Ft. Walton Beach.


Milton's Ariane Carr (above) and Jay's Leely Trevino (below) both
made strong showings at the district meets on Saturday.


Running

Continued From Page One
time of 18:22,36.
Pace then posted some
positions as Brian Taylor fin-
ished 60th and Timothy
Keebler finished 63rd.
Milton's second runner was
John Davis in 86th place over-
all.
In Class A Jay's boys post-
ed a strong showing by finished
a strong second to Maclay High
121 to 143 and advancing to the
Class A Regional this weekend
in Tallahassee.
Jay was led by freshman
James Whitehead, who finished
fifth in a time of 17:35.
Drew Kennedy was next
for Jay in 14th place, while
Dale Barlow gave Jay its third
runner in 18tI place after his
football game Friday night in
Carrabelle.
John Kennedy and Jeffrey
Fischer rounded out he scoring
for Jay with 22nd and 23r'
place finishes.
On the girls side Jay fin-
ished fourth with 141 points
behind Maclay (39), Rocky
Bayou (114), and South Walton
130.
Leely Trevino led the Lady
Royals with an llth place finish
in the time of 22:04.
Trista Talbot was next with
a time of 22:23 in 15th place
followed by Robin Blackman
in 18th and Allison Blair in 21st
place.
Gloria Raney rounded out
the Lady Royals scoring with a
28th place finish.
Trevino and Talbot are
guaranteed spots in the Class A
Regionals based on their 15th
place or higher finish.


Preview


Continued From Page One
up the regular season as they
host Lake City Christian
Academy.
Lake City (5-4), a Class
1B team, is looking for their
sixth win of the season as they
head into the playoffs as their
district runner-up.
"We just have to continue
working towards our goal and
improve," said Lindsey who is
looking for his second unde-
feated regular season in three
years. "We have to take care
of the little things on our part
and go forward."
Kickoff against Lake City
will be at 7:30 with the coro-
nation of the homecoming
queen occurring during the
pre-game.
The six hall of fame


inductees will be honored dur-
ing halftime.
For Milton the past six
school days have been a night-
mare very few could dream
up.
After a do-or-die district
game against Tate, the
Panthers had to play Navarre
in a make-up game.
Now their sights are set on
Pine Forest, which will kick
off at 7:30 in Pensacola.
The Eagles are coming
off a state runner-up finish in
Class 3A last season and are 5-
4, which was good enough to
be runner ups in District 1-5A
to Niceville.
Pine Forest and the
Panthers have some history
that lies at the toe of Matt
Shouppe and a dramatic finish


there two seasons ago.
Two of the Eagles losses
have been heart breakers with
a 3-0 decision to open the sea-
son against Pace and a 48-47
loss to Tallahassee Lincoln, a
Class 4A playoff team in
Region I.
"We have been working
on the Navarre game since
defeating Tate on Friday," said
McMillion. "We will start
looking at film after the
Navarre game tonight.
"But Pine Forest is a heck
of a team and it will not be an
easy contest for us."
Last season the Eagles
defeated the Panthers 35-14 in
Milton, but the last game at
Pine Forest was 24-22 thanks
to a 50-plus yard field goal
from Shouppe.


Milton set to tip-off girls


hoop season with


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Football season is still
underway, but the hoops sea-
son is tipping off Thursday
with the Girls Tip Off
Classic being hosted by
Milton.
Featured this year will be
Milton, Pace, Pensacola
Catholic and Escambia
County.
Thursday will get under-


way at 6 p.m. with Pace fac-
ing Catholic followed by the
nightcap of Milton and
Escambia at 7:30 p.m.
The tournament will con-
clude on Saturday with Pace
playing Escambia at 6 p.m.
and Milton playing Catholic
at 7:30.
Milton is coming off a
12-13 record last season
under Chuck Douglass and
will be looking to improve


tourney

under first year coach
Stephanie Washington.
Pace finished last season
13-11 under Jenny Condon,
who is entering her second
year as head coach of the
Lady Patriots.
'Saturday's schedule was
set to help allow for Pace
students to participate in
their homecoming activities
on Saturday, which include
their dance.


Kick it up

The girls soccer season continued with Pace hosting Pensacola High at the Pace Soccer
Complex. The Lady Patriots took an early 1-0 lead before allowing three unanswered goals to
fall 3-1. Pace is now 0-1-1 on the season. Milton was schedule to play on Thursday, but the game
was resecheduled to a date and time not released to the newspaper.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


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Milton Skate Park:
The Milton Skate Park
will be closed temporar-
ily for maintenance and
landscaping upkeep
through Nov. 19.
Referees needed:
City of Milton Parks
and Recreation is in
need of youth basketball
referees.
The season will get
underway the first
weekend in January.
For more informa-
tion call 983-5466.
Tennis mixer: Area
tennis fans are invited
to an afternoon of learn-
ing on Nov. 3 at the
Club in Gulf Breeze.
This free event
begins at 2 p.m. with a
mixer and chance to
play against your
friends and neighbors.
You do not have to be a
member of the Club to
participate.
A tennis injury treat-
ment and prevention
clinic by Dr. Kirby
Turnage will begin at
5:15 p.m.
For more informa-
tion or to register call
416-1600.
Pace Youth
Basketball League
sign-ups: Registration
for the Pace Youth
Basketball League are
underway.
Sign-ups on Nov. 5th
and 8th will be from 4
p.m. to 6 p.m. and on
Nov. 10th from 9 a.m.to
11 a.m. at the Pace High
Gym.
This league is open
to players in grades
three through eight with


separate leagues for
boys and girls.
Evaluation and draft
will be held on Nov.
17th from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Pace Gym
and all players must
attend their respective
time slots.
For more information
call 995-3676 or 995-
3610.
Milton Boys Soccer
Fundraider: The
Milton High School
Boys Soccer programs
is selling Pecan Smoked
Boston Butts.
These would be a
perfect items with the
upcoming holiday sea-
sons ahead.
You get the glory, we
do the work.
The cost is $25 each
and delivery is
December 9.
To order or for more
information call 623-
1036 or 501-6620.
Cowpatty Bingo:
The . Milton Softball
Booster Club has
extended selling tickets
until Nov. 16 for their
Cowbatty Bingo.
For more information
or to purchase tickets
call 982-9785.
Milton Youth
Bask etball :
Registration for Milton
Youth Basketball will
get underway Nov. 1.
Registration will run
from noon to 8 p.m. ech
day and will end on
Dec. 1 or when the
teams are full.
A special Saturday
registration will be on
Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to


1 p.m.
All registration is at
the Milton Community
Center and is open to
boys and girls grades
kindergarten through
eighth.
For more informa-
tion call 983-5466.
5K Running the
Trail for Eduation:
The Milton Rotary Club
will be holding a 5K
Running the Trail for
Education along the
Blackwater Heritage
State Trail on Nov. 10.
The run will begin at
8 a.m. at the City of
Milton parking lot.
Awards will be pre-
sented for the 5K run in
various age divisions.
The 5K walk will pres-
ent awards to first, sec-
ond, and third place.
Door prizes will
also be awarded, but
participants must be
present to win those.
For. more informa-
tion and registration
fees please call 565-
7923 or e-mail ppol-
lard407 8 @theups-
store.com
"Let's Talk
Turkey" Bowl-A-Thon
for Education: The
Santa Rosa Education
Foundation's fourth
annual "Let's Talk
Turkey" Bowl-A-Thon
for Education will be
held at Oops Alley on
Nov. 15.
This bowling
fundraiser will run
from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Money raised will
directly support Santa
Rosa Education


Sports


Emerald Coast


gets ready to



race heads-up


Monday Mixed Winter
Oops Alley
Oct. 29,2007


High Game Men: Patton
Valentour - 266
High Game Women: Dang
Land - 183
High Game Team: It Doesn't
Matter - 814
High Series Men: Patton
Valentour - 679
High Series Women: Sam
Howell - 521
High Series Team: It Doesn't
Matter - 2376

Overall League Standings: 1.
It Doesn't Matter 26.5-5.5, 2.
Split Happens 23-9, 3. M and
J's 19.5-12.5, 4. Super Friends
18.5-13.5, 5. New Recruits
18-14, 6. Three and One 17-
15, 7. Pin Action 16.5-15.5, 8.
Mixed Up 16.5-15.5, 9. The
Broken Balls 16-16, 10.
Dang's Crew .15-17, 11.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 15-17, 12.
Three Gents and Queen 15-
17, 13. Incredibles 15-17, 14.
Daves Gang 14.5-17.5, 15.
Fantastic Four 14-18, 16. Fun
Bunch 14-18, 17. Strike Force
11 13-19, 18. Damn 10 Pin 13-
19, 19. Strike Force 12-20,
20. The Wabbly Balls 8-24..

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
Oct. 30, 2007

High Game Men: Ricky
Blackmon - 279 -
High Game Women: Lia
Rigby - 195
High Game Team: Optimists
-713
High Series Men: Ricky
Blackmon - 784
High Series Women: Vicki
Pinkston - 534
High Series Team: Just One
Drop - 1956


Overall League Standings: 1.
The Strike Force 25.5-10.5, 2.
Just One Drop 22.5-13.5, 3.
Lucky Strikes 20.5-15.5, 4.
Optimists 19-17, 5.
Unpredictables 19-17, 6. The
Strike Team 17.5-18.5, 7.
F.O.G. 16-20, 8. The Etremists
16-20, 9. Mattinatrors 14-22,
10. Under the Influence 10.5-
25.5.


Leagues Notes:
Blackmon shot the
record at Oops with
series.


Ricky
house
a 784


Twilighters Winter Mixed
Avalon Bowling Center
Oct. 25, 2007

High Game Men: Jason
Pocase - 258
High Game Women: Betty
Hamm - 205
High Game Team: We Try
Hard - 844
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick - 721
High Series Women: Betty
Hamm - 572
High Series Team: We Try
Hard - 2286

Overall League Standings: 1.
The Last Team 31-5, 2.
U_Bang_E 24-12, 3. Happy
Four 22-14, 4. Trouble Again
22-14, 5. Damn 10 Pin 21-15,
6. We Wuz Robbed 20-16,m
7. Spit Fire 20-16, 8. We Try
Hard 19-17, 9. E-N-V-Y 19-17,
10. The Big Quarters 18-18;
11. Blue Jays 18-18, 12. The
Dream Team 18-18, 13.
Incredbiles 18-18, 14. Family
Matters 17-19, 15. M and J's
17-19, 16. Spilt Happens 17-
19, 17. The Striking Force 16-
20, 18. STrike Force 15-21,
19. Family Affair 15-21, 20.
Cabbies 15-221, 21. Two and
Two 14-22, 22. Janes's Crew
14-22, 23. Sliders 12-24, 24.
Yee Haw 10-26.


Do you have sports-related news or

information you would like to see published

in the Press Gazette? If so, send it to us at:,

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Foundation Teacher
Grants and Take Stock
in Children.
Minimum entry fees
are $300 for a six mem-
ber team and $400 for
an eight member team.
Prizes will be award-
ed for raising the most
money, frame bowl
challenges and first,
second, and third place.
Each member of the
last place team will take
home a frozen turkey!
Lane sponsors will
have their business
name and information
displayed on a lane ban-
ner.
Visit the SREF web-
s i t e ,
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us
/sref to downlaod an
entry form or call 983-
5043 for more informa-
tion.
Hurricane Junior
Golf Tour: The
Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour will be holding a
tournament January 5-6
at the Moors in Milton.
This tournament is
for boys and girls
between the ages of 12-
18 and. is a nationally
ranked junior golf
event.
The Hurricane
Junior Golf Tour is
offering free member-
ships and is designed to
conduct nationally
ranked tournaments on
courses throughout
Florida, Georgia, South
Carolina, and Alabama.
For more informa-
tion or to register for
the" tournamentt'"' isit
their website at
www.hjgt.org.


HOLT -- Former NBA
standout Tom Hammonds of
Crestview, NHRA ProMod
champion Tim Tindle of Santa
Rosa Beach and 2006 ADRL
world champion Keith Baker
of Dothan, Ala., will be among
the stars chasing $30,000 in
prize money during the third
annual Heads Up Nationals on
Nov. 9-10 at Emerald Coast
Dragway.
The event, a benefit for the
Florida Elks Children's
Services, is expected to attract
more than 100 drivers and
their cars to the eighth-mile
racing facility.in Holt.
Racing will be contested
in five categories including
Outlaw ProMods, Outlaw
Street Cars, ADRL ProMods,
Renegade ProMods and Index
classes.
"It's the biggest event of
the year at Emerald Coast
Dragway," said promoter
Johnny Jordan. "We had over
130 cars last year. There will
be drivers from as far away as
North Carolina and
Louisiana."
Hammonds reached the
semifinals of the Auto Club
NHRA Finals Pro Stock divi-
sion Sunday in Pomona, Calif.
He entered the season-ending
event 19th in the NHRA Pro
Stock championship stand-
ings.
Hammonds is best
remembered as a 12-year
NBA veteran selected in the
first round and the ninth pick
overall by the Washington
Bullets in the 1989 draft. The
6-foot, 9-inch power forward
starred at Georgia Tech, where
he was a two-time first-team
All-ACC performer. His jer-
sey No. 20 was retired at Tech
after he graduated as the
fourth-leading scorer in
Yellow Jackets history.
Hammonds will compete


in his 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
in the Outlaw Street Stock
division at Emerald Coast
Dragway.
Other regional drivers
expected at ECD include
Milton's Joe Baker, who fin-
ished fifth in the 2007 ADRL
Pro Extreme points standings.
Mike Neal of Pace, the ECD
track record-holder, was 15th
in the ADRL Pro Extreme
championship.
Johnny Pilcher of
Enterprise, Ala., the 2007
ADRL Pro Nitrous champion,
is entered along with Rodney
Rosenstiel of Pensacola, third
in the ADRL's Extreme 10.5
class.
Tindle, who owns
Emerald Coast Dragway, won
his first national event June 25
when he captured the AMS
ProMod Challenge at the
ProCare RX Super Nationals
at Raceway Park in
Englishton, N.J. Tindle won
with a speed of 239 miles a
hour over the quarter-mile in
his 1967 GT 500 Ford
Mustang.
Gates open at 2 p.m.
Friday at Emerald Coast
Dragway, located on Garner
Landing Road south of U.S.
Highway 90 in Holt.
Admission is $10 for first-day
qualifying.
Gates open at 8 a.m.
Saturday with more qualify-
ing followed by eliminations
at 3 p.m. Finals will follow
under the lights. Admission is
$25 for Day 2.
For more information,
contact Emerald Coast
Dragway at (850) 537-7223
or Jordan at (334) 299-0 303.
On the Web, log on to:
http://www.emeraldcoast-
dragway.corn or www.drag-
coverage.com or e-mail
Jordan at:
johnnyjordan@alaweb.com


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Legal 10/1135
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NUMBER 98-DP-99
IN THE INTEREST OF:
C.R. DOB: 07/10/06
*A MINOR CHILD
TO: CHRISTOPHER
'MERRICKS
I/k/a 5354 Stakley Lane
'Milton. FlIarid 32n83


I 1104.
person or family member that
as income, regardless of
source. Income t.-inmontc that
are over 120 ", :1:1 1. not
be accepted, except for Social
Security, Veteran's
Admnisration and Pension or
Retirement type of statements,
which are issued annually.
The Milton Housing Authority's
Section 8 Housing Assistance
Payment Program is and Equal
Housing Opportunit, Program
and does not discriminate
against any person because of
race, color, creed, religion, sex,
age, or source of income.
Applications will be taken from
8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Phyllis Broxson, Director - Mil-
ton Housing Authority
5668 Byrom Street, Milton, FL
32570
(850)623-0482/623-8216
102407
103107
110707
10/116
Legal 10/1181
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.:
57-2007-CP-317
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM MCKINLEY WILEY,
Deceased.


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Santa Rosa County, Florida:
LOT 5 BLOCK 2 WIND
TRACE 'NORTH: COMMENCE
AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF TRACT W OF CRESCENT
SHORES ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK A AT PAGE 70 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SANTA ROSA COUNTY FLOR-
IDA THENCE NORTH ALONG
THEf WEST LINE OF SAID
TRACT W 40.00 FEET TO THE
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF U.S. HWY 98, THENCE
CONTINUE ALONG THE LAST
DESCRIBED LINE 610.00 FEET
TO THE POINT, THENCE CON-
TINUE EAST 130,85 FEET,
THEN WEST 80.85 FEET,
THENCE SOUTH 135.00 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINN-
ING, THENCE CONTINUE
EASt 80.85 FEET THENCE
NORTH 135.00 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. TO-
GETHER WITH 1969 BONN
MOBILE HOME TITLE
#3800624 & 6800598 AND
IDENTIFICATION #68043A
& 68043B.
pursuan to the Final Judgment
of Foreclosure and Sale entered
n a e pepr;nq in said Court,

CHARLES G - * ii 1and
SHIRLEY E. i .
Plaintiffs,
vs. '
ARLETHA M. GREENE,
Defendant.


NOTICE TO CREDITOR- and the docket number of which
Putative Father of: C.R., minor is 2004 CA 000519.
child (summary administration)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO ALL PERSONS HAVING in the surlusoimin ite
that a Petition under oath has CLAIMS OR DEMANDS any.vother than the properly
'been filed in the above styled AGAINST THE ABOVE ES- owner as at the date oTthis
'Court for the termination of pa- TATE: pendens must file a claim wihlni
'rntal rights of C.R., a female the clerk oft the courvwithinv T 5
Child born on the 10th day of You are hereby notified that on days oter the sale
July, 2006, in Escambia Order of Summary Administra-
County, Florida, by the Depart- tion has been entered in the es- In accordance with the AMERI-
ment of Children and Family tale of WILLIAM MCKINLEY WI CANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT,
Services, for subsequent adop- LEY, deceased, File Number persons needing a special ac-
tion, and you are hereby cam 57-2007-C-P-317, by the Circuit commodation to participate in
handed to be and appear be- Court for Santa Rosa County, this proceeding should contact
'ore the Honorable Marci L Florida, Probate Division the the undersigned not later than
Goodman, Judge of the Circuit address of which is 6865 Caro- seven days prior to the pro
Court in and for Santa Rosa line Street, Milton, FL 32570; ceeding to ensure that reasona-
,County, Florida, at the Santa that the total cash value of the ble accommodations are availa-
Rosa County Courthouse, 6865 estate is $Unknown and the ble.
Caroline Street, Milton, FL name and address of those to WITNESS my hand and the offi-
32570, on the 13th day of De- whom it has been assigned by cial seal of nis Honorable Court
cember, 2007 , at 9:00 a.m. such order are: this 23 day of October, 2007.
You must either appear on the
date and at the time specified Name MARY M. JOHNSON
'or send a written response to PATRICIA WILEY Clerk of thire Circuit Court
'the Court prior to that time. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Address ByJ. Watkins
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR 5228 Saints Lane Deputy Clerk
OR RESPOND SHALL BE Milton, FL 32570
CREATED AS A CONSENT KEITH L BELL JR
TO TERMINATION OF PA- ALL INTERESTED PERSONS Florida Bar No. 573809
'RENTAL RIGHTS AND YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT: Claik, Pa tinqton Hart, Larry,
'SHALL PERMANENTLY Bond & Socktou. H ase
LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS All creditors of the decedent P.O. Boxn 13010 132591-3010
'AS A PARENT TO THE and other persons having claims 125 West Romonano Street, Sine
-CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- or demands against decedents 800
TTION FOR TERMINATION estate on whom a coW of this Pensacola Florida 32502
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. notice is served within three 850 4349200 phone
months after the date of the first 850 432-7340 fax
WITNESS my hand as the publication of this notice must Attorneyfor Plaintiffs
Clerk of said Court and the Seal file their claims with this Court
thereof, this 8 day of October, WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE 103107
2007. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 110707
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF i0_ 613
CLERK OF COURT THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
.IDA OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ON THEM. "L E
By: Lisa Taylor Legal 10/1184
Deputy Clerk All other creditors of the dece- E CIRCUIT COURT
dent and persons having claims IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
'101707 or demands against the estate FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IW
'102407 of the decedent must file their AND FOR SANTA R6SA
103107 claims with this court WITHIN COUNTY FLORIDA
110707 THREE MONTHS AFTER THE PROBATE DIVISION
10/1135 DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- 57-2007-CP-313
TION OF THIS NOTICE. IN RE: ESTATE OF
Legal 10/1166 ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS FRED THOMAS HEATON
Legal 1/1NOT SO FILED WILL FOREVER
Milton Housing Authority BARRED. Deceased.
The Milton Housin Authority, The date of the first publication NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA-
located at 5668 Byrom Street, 2007 ' this Noticeis r 31, R T
'Milton, will reopen the Section The administration of te estate
8 Rental Assistance Waning List Aern for Person Givined s Haon, De-
on Wednesday, Novemuer 14, Attorney for Person Giving No- ceasof Fred, 57-2007ThoCPm313, is n
2007 and Thursday November ice:n
15, 2007. Aplications will be /s/Dan Stewart the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa
a1cc ted an eligible familiesDAN NSTEWART - , ir- County, Florida, Probate Divi-
will e placed an the Wai ins Florido Bar No.' " sioan, e address of which is PO
List according the n tewart PA Box 472 Milton, FL
Lis according to the daoe ana 4519 Hihwav 90 32572-0472. A will c' 1. I
time marked on their applica- 2 983 properly .1.
lion. You may contact the Milton i e FL2571 25 1983, properly .isses under
Housir Ath rity at 623-0482 (850) 994- 4887 at and signed by Fred
or 628216 to obtain inform Peson Givina Notice Thomas Heaton has been subr
tion on the elibine criteria for /sPatricia Wiley milled to the Court. The names
the Section 8 Waiting List. PATRICIA WILEY and addresses of the personal
When making applica tion for 5228 Saints Lane representative and the personal
rental assistance, all person s Milton, FL 32570 representatives attorney are set
must provide our office with forh below.
Birth Certificates and Social Se- 103107 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
curty Cards for all family 1110707 ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARETHAT
members.The Authritv also re- 101


quires current income statement
or proof of income for each



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claims with this court WITHIN sent of total coliform thus the Publisher's
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE water is considered safe to Notice
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- drink at this time. Notice
TION OF THIS NOTICE, OC- Freedom Communica-
TOBER 31, 2007. What should I do? lions, Inc. (dba Santa
Attorney for Personal There is nothing you need to do Rosa's Press Gazette and
Representative: at this time. ToCal coliform bacte- the Santa Rosa Free
Joshua A Jones ria are generally not harmful Press) reserves the right
Aylstock Witkin, Kreis & Over- themselves. Coliforms are bace- to censor, reclassify, re-
holtz, PLLC ria that are naturally present in e
803 N. Palafox Street the environment and are used vise, edit or reject any
Pensacola Florida 32503 as an indicator that other, po- advertisement not meet-
850) 916-7450 tentially harmful, bacteria may ing its standards of ac-
L Bar No. 0847291 be present. ceptance. Submission of
Personal Representative: What happened? What is advertisement does not
Mildred Heaton being dane? constitute an a reement
6413 Greenwood Road cnit ani a re n
Jay, FL 32565 Due to an oversight, the proper to publish saic adver-
number of repeat samples were tisement. Publication of
103107 not collected. The proper sampl- an advertisement does
110707 ing procedures have been re- not constitute an agree-
10/1184viewed in oidei meant for continued publi-
Stor ing and reporting violationsmcat for continued publi-
Legal 10/1186 in the Future. cation.


For more information, please
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT For more information ate Sys-
FOR SANTA ROSA contact East Milton ater Sys
COUNTY FLORIDAA tem at r(8501 623-8750. Please
COUNTY FLORIDAVISION share this information with all
PROBATE DIVISION 20 the other people who drink this
File No, 57-2007-CP-320 wter, especially those who
.IN RE:.ESATE OF maay not have received this no-
IN RE: ESTATE OF directly For example, peao-
ale in apartments, nursing
DAN WILLIAM WEAVER, homes, schools and businesses).
Deceased.This notice is beinq sent to you
Deceased. by East Miltoi Water System,
T-C TO CREDITR PWS # 1170168,
NOTiCE TO CREDITORS Date distributed: November 7,
The administration of thle estate 2007
of DAN WILLIAM WEAVER de- 110707
ceased whose date of dealh 110707
was November 10- 2000 File 11/1233
Number 57-200/-CP-320 is / 1
pending in tie Ciicuit Court for
ANTA ROSA County, Florida Legal 9/1134
Probate Division, the address at
which is 6865 Caroline Street, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Milton, Floiida 32570. The THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
names and addresses of the CUlT IN AND FOR
personal representative and the ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLOR-
personal representative's altor- IDA
ney aoe set forth below. FAMILY DIVISION
Case No: 2007-DR-1423
All creditors of the decedent Division: G
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's IN RE: TERMINATION OF PA-
estate, on whom a copy of this RENTAL RIGHTS
notice has been served, must FOR PROPOSED ADOPTION
file their claims with this court OF
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 JAYDA DANIELLE DUBOSE,
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Minor Child
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- NOTICE OF ACTION
TER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON TO: NARCICIO FRANKCO
THEM LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
Santa Rosa County
All other creditors of the dece- PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
dent and other persons having 5'10 ", Medium Build, @ 165
claims or demands against Ibs, gray/hliazel eyes,
decedent's estate must tile their dark complexion, Wavy, short,
claims with this court WITHIN 3 brownish-black hair
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
NOTICE. tion has been filed a ainst you
in the Circuit Court o the Firsut
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED Judicial Circuit, in and for
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. Escambia County, Florida, for
Termination of Parental Rights to
NOTWITHSTANDING THE Jayda Danielle Dubose, born
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH March 21, 2007 in Escambia
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED County, Florida al Sacred Heart
TWO [2I YEARS OR MORE AF- Hospital, Pensacola, Florida,
TER ThEI DECEDENT'S DATE and you are required to serve a
OF DFATH IS BARRED. copy of written defenses to it, if
any, to:
The date of first publication of Chrsto
this notice is: ctober 31, Christopher D 1-.h --,
2007 AIttorney or f :o -J


SEVEN C. WARRICK, ES-
QUIRE
Attorney for Personal Repiesent-

. ... P.A. Street
P_' P- t

s/ J. Paul Fitzeraold
. PAUL FITZGERALD, ESQ.
Personal Representative
6839 CAROLINE STREET
MILTON, FL 32572
103107
10707
10/1186
Legal 1 1/1208
YARD SALE
A TREASURE STORAGE
StewaiI St, Soal. Nov. 1 IOlh
8:00AM to 1.00PM. Selling all
-- nis tof Dianne Col-
. i ine Cato Bettye
,,',- f' becce Pinkne, Jef-
.. .- Thomas Hal, Wil-
lie' Young; Richard Garner,
James Tempieton & 2 unlisted.
All goods sold for cash/as is,
110307
110707
11/1208

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All,peisons on whom this notice
Legal 10/1182 is served who hove objections 83 0
that challenge the validity of the
PUBLIC NOTICE will, the qualifications of the
personal representative venue, Legal 11/1233
A MEETING WILL BE HELD AT or jurisdiction of this Court are
5668 BYROM STREET AT 4.00 required to file their objections PUBLIC NOTICE:
P.M. ON NOVEMBER 28, with this Court WITHIN THE IMPORTANT INFORMA-
2007, FOR ANYONE INTER- LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF TON ABOUT YOU
ESTED IN INPUT/COMMENTS TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST RINKEI V'WATER
REGARDING THE MILTON PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
HOUSING AUTHORITY 2008 TICE OCTOBER 31 2007 OR Monitoring Requirements
ANNUAL PLAN. THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE Not Met tor East Milton
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF Water System
103107 THIS NOTICE ON THEM
110707 We are required to monitor
10J1182 ALL CREDITORS of the decedent your drinking valer for total col-
and other persons having claims form bacteria on a regular ba-
Legal 10/1183 or demands against the sis. Results of regular monitoring
decedent's estate on whom a are an indicator of whether or
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE copy of this notice is served not our drinking water meels
er ReLEt OFr CTRhIT wiohm Rthree months after the health standards On Seplem-
COURT~ date of the first publication of ber 25, 2007, one location
this notice must file their claims within the distribution system in-
Notice is hereby given that the with lhis Court WITHIN THE dictated the presence of total
undersigned, Mary M. Johnson LATER OF THREE MONTHS AF- coliform bacteria Normally, the
Clerk of the Circuit ourt o TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST collection of three repeal sam-
Santa Rosa Counch Florida, will PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- aies should immediately follow
on December 4, 2007' at TICE OCTOBER 31 2007 OR the discovery of any one con-
11 00 a m at the north door of THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE laminated sample. East Milton
the Santa Rosa County Court OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF Water System only collected
house, in the city of Milon, Flor- THIS NOTICE ON THEM. one of the required three repeat
ida offer for sale, and sell al distribution samples However
public outcry to he highest and All other creditors of the dece- this sample was absent of total
est bidder, the following de- dent and persons having claims coliform. Also the month of Oc-
scribed real property situated in or demands against the lober samples have been col-
decedent's estate must file their elected and these to mwee arb-


7 North Coyle Street
Pensacola, Florida 32502
On or before November 13,
2007 and file the original with
the C'lerk of this CounI, at thire
Escambia County Courthouse,
Pensacola, Florida, either be-
fore service on Minor Child's at-
torney or immediately thereaf-
ter;
Witness my hand and Seal of
this Coui on Octobe, 9, 2007.
ERNIE LEE MAGAHA
CLERK OF THE COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
BY: Donno 0. Pipkins
As Deputy Clerk
10/1707
102407
103107
110707
9/1134


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money is used to pur-
chase calling cards that
are sent to our troops.
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part of this effort.

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1-10 Exit 26 then South 1/2 mile
Antique Lamps & Furniture
Cast Iron. Hull & McCoy Pottery
Musical Instruments, Tools,
Executive Leather Chairs
& Other Misc. Items
ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS NOW!
Items Available for Public View
beginning 9:00AM Day of Auction
FOOl) AVAILABLE
Make a day of it!
Check out the shops at the market.
Have a bite to eat & stay or
come back for the auction.
Janmies Smith. Auctioneer
License AU3184
-Dan-(850) 525-9395
Janis-(850) 206-1753


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Noovins. Pl,.-:.- :all PETS & ANIMALS
776-6686 f1e.a,d. -Pe.
2100- Pets
2110 - Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
S1 1170 Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Found older red Wanted
Labador Retreiver with
several collars on him.
Found in the Nichols
Creek Rd area. Very 2 0
skiddish. Please call I
626-0605AKC Golden Retriever,
... ......Male, 11 mths, records,
kennel house, excellent
THE ONLY pet. $200.00 623-2092
LITTER -2092
YOUR: . Pure Lab pups, yellow
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pour in litter box, So pui t on y
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Dependable
Housekeeper
Seeking
additional ciients.
Over 15 years
of experience!
References available
upon request
Call: 9946236





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

994 -0897






D & D Fence
Company, LLC
Serving Santa Rosa
County. 16 years
experience
Specializing in Wood
Fencing.
206-2157





Handyman
Services
* DOORS
*WINDOWS
*SMALL HOME REPAIR
Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
Robert Warner
850-393-2032


Pro One
Handyman Service
Serving Santa Rosa,
EscamBia & Brewton
850-776-1823


Free to a ood home.
994-7693



2130
Donkey year old
female. "$150.00
994-5191


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.
(850)623-0493.
Licensed & Insured.
Land Clearing
Double "B"
Land Clearing
Backhoe Work.
Licensed & Insured.
Bryen Ballard.
(850)994-5740


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





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2005 1 /2 Ton
Fridgadaire heating and
cooling unit. Excellent
working condition $500
obo. 623-6661


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


Firewood
Page's Tree
Services
626-2159


Superior
Landscaping
Certified Landscape
Professional
We specialize in:
*Sprinkler Systems
*Complete Flower Bed
Design and Installation
Sodding
*Grating
*Lawn Maintenance
*20% Discount on
Sprinkler systems and
other services, through
March 2008.
*Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
Jon Fain,
Owner/Operator
995-0228




Remodeling/Additions

B & B Home
Improvements
25 years experience.
Free estimates. Licensed
& Insured. Call anytime
(850)981-3936 or
(8501346-3007
"No job too small!"


Get ready for the
Holidays! Put us on your
honey-do list for all your
lawn work and handy-
man jobs. We also clean
homes to get them ready
for rent or sale inside
and out. Free Estimates.
Call: Chris or Kim at:
626-9328, 918-7345 or
512-9253


TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, gar-
ages,portable she's,
CARPORTS
Call for best
prices in town
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Dbl carport now only
$695
(850 983-2296 or
Call: (850) 206-4008


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Simply Shelia's is now hiring full
or part-time hair dressers for a
very busy salon.
Apply in person at
5438 Dogwood Dr. in
Dogwood Plaza.


3110 3220 | 3220 ]
Stackable Couch loveseat chair
washer/dryer under 2 and au�aman al match-
yrs old. $350 obo. ing. Tan color with
S50- 564-5545 matching throws.
850-564______ $500.08 Excellent condi-
3-Wroght iron bar tion. 626-0844 or
1 stools green-$300, tread 261-7538
ELECTRONICS J mill Lifestyler fitness
trainer w/incline-$400, Do Something
Flexstill frame sofa and
matching chair w/ottmon Good For
Bose Lifestyle sound Almost new, buttercream Tomorrow
system, 5 cube speakers, color-$900. Putter head- ECYCLE
2 stands complete. board queen size $300. RECYCLE
$650.00 obo. Shaker rocking chair T A
623-3146 $50. 623-91 2 TODAY!


We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw
Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So.* Milton
626-85781


[ 3220
Large Double reclining
sofa about 7 1/2 feet long.
Mocha colored hearing
bone. Good condition
Very heavy $300 obo.
981-9336

Loveseat & Couch
practically new.
$150/ea piece.
623-5208 or 572-1374




East Milton
Multi-Family Yard Sale
7am-3pm Sat. Nov. 10th
Tools, sporting goods,
furniture, kitchenware
and much more. 7740
Rustling Pines Dr.



Centipede / Sod
Fall and Winter prices for
contractors on Sale Now!
850-i623058


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Yard Sale
Joy First Assembly
Sat. Nov. 10th 8am-?
Milton
2-Family Sale
Sat. Nov. 10th, 7am-?
Go North on 87 to
Hunter, turn right to end
of Hunter, to 6850 Bran-
ding Iron, Brick house
with white picket fence.
Milton
3-Family Yard Sale
Tools brass collectables.
8747 Hwy 87 S. 1/2 mi-
les off of 90. 8am-???
Fri. - Sun.
Milton
Family Yard Sale
Fri & Sat, Nov. 9th &
10th, 8am-? Corner of
Willard Norris Rd. &
Jay's Way. Household
items, clothing, fishing
tackle, odds and ends.
Milton
Giant Yard Sale
Everything from baby
items, toys, tools furni-
ture and more. Thurs-Sun.
6563 Julia Dr.
Skyline-between Dog-
wood & Stewart. 7am-?


3230
Milton
Huge Garage Sale
Fri & Sat, Nov. 9th &
10th, 8sm-3pm. Power
tools, clothes, Christmas
items mics. 7776 Erudi-
tion Ave. off N. Airport
Rd.

Milton
Multi-Family Yard Sale
5859 Hamilton Bridge
Rd. Fri & Sat, Nov. 9th &
10th, 7am-til. Plants,
some furniture, .linens,
books. housewares &
tons of misc.

Milton
Multi-Family Yard Sale
Fri. & Sat. 7:30am til ?
6316 Fairfield Dr.

Milton
Neighborhood
Garage Sale,
Oakmeadows Subdivi-
son, 1/4 West of Santa
Rosa Medical Center on
Berryhill. 8am-3pm Nov.
10th& 11th. Rain or
shine. Toys furniture, ap-
pliances, clothing, etc.


3230
Milton
Sat. 9am 5437
Berryhill Rd., Vintage
quilts, dresser, antique
tables, F 150 rims & tires,
large aquarium, clothing,
lamps, tools, boxes &
boxes of items. Two
storage-units.
Milton
Youth yard sale
Clothes books, baseball
cards, 10 karat gold
ring, misc. Nov." 10th,
8am-2pm. Beside
Church's Chicken on
Hwy 90.
Pace
Huge Yard Sale
Very nice things, cheap.
Sat. Nov. 10th, 8am-?
5237 Deer Creek Dr.
Pace
Sat. Nov. 10th,
7am-1 pm. 3741
Cornerbrook Dr. Pots &
pans, sm. clothes, shoes,
misc.
Pace
Sat. Nov. 10th
8am-6pm 3010 Archies
Way. Corner of
Chumuckla Hwy and Ar-
chies Way.


3250
Green & boiled pea-
nuts. Also; dry & roasted
peanuts. Deer corn,
$5.75/baq. Holland
Farms (850)675-6876


| 3280
Riding lawn mower with
bagger. Excellent
condition. 994-6346


3300 1
Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
comparable year) to rob
or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745.. Leave
message if no answer.
Looking for
Electronic drum set in
very good condition, rea-
sonable prices. Roland
with mess heads preferred
but all will be consid-
eredl Please call
864-5745. Leave mes-
sage if no answer.


I 3310
Estey Liberty
Organ w/bench
Automatic set-up, 2 key-
boards, programming.
$1500obo Call after,
6pm. 678-8941

Looking for
Electronic drum set in
very good condition, rea-
sonable prices. Roland'.
with mess heads preferred
but all will be consid-
ered! Please call,'
864-5745. Leave mes-
sage if no answer.




Browing 270 A-Bolt
Medallion with 5.5
22x56 Nightforce scope.
$1250.00
Summit Viper Treestand.
$150.00
Motoraola XTN Series
Radio $100.00
623-9692 after 5:00PM
or on weekends.


WORKFORCE ESCAROSA
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE (BRAC)
SPECIALIST

Responsible for overseeing, coordinating and managing all aspects of the BRAC
process as administered by Workforce Escarosa. The position will manage a team that
will assist all BRAC affected employees (in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties) transi-
tion from their present employment to new employment and/or training.

This position requires a four year degree in Business Management, Psychology, or
other related fields. Three years management experience required as well as familiarity
with Federal Civil Service and Military Command Structure. Must have good oral and
written communications. Must also have good computer skills to be able to keep data
bases on large caseload of BRAC participants. Public Speaking experience and ability
to make presentations to various groups is also required.
Qualified candidates should send resumes and salary histories to:

Maggie Thomas, Assistant Executive Director
Workforce Escarosa, Inc.
9111-A Sturdevant Street
Pensacola, Florida 32514
E-mail: mthomas@escarosa.org
Fax No: (850) 473-0935

Submission Deadline: Nov. 16, 2007


WORKFORCE ESCAROSA
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE (BRAC)
CAREER MANAGER

Responsible for managing a caseload of BRAC affected individuals. Activities
include intake, assessment, counseling, provision of academic training, job develop-
ment, and management of support services for qualified BRAC participants.
Preparation of reports, data entry, and monitoring academic process is required.

This position requires a four year degree in psychology, social work, or related fields
and three years of case management experience. Must have good time management
skills and be able to work with a variety of groups. Computer and data entry skills
are required. Strong oral and written communication skills are required. Familiarity
with Federal Civil Service and Military Command Structure is preferred.

Qualified Candidates should send resumes and salary history to:

Scott Fisk, Special Projects Coordinator
3670-A North "L" Street
Pensacola, Fl. 32505
E-mail: sfisk@escarosa.org.
Fax: (850) 595-5181

Submission Deadline: Nov. 16, 2007


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



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Now hiring experienced
cook, waitstaff and dish-
washer. 994-71 1 .
Driver 0/0 Only Home
Weekly and more. We
have some Dedicated
fleets. We have lots and
lots of Freight. No Hid-
den Fees
We pay taps. No Touch
Drop and HOOK.
Ben is your recuiter to get
you to the freight. EZ
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Call Ben too day
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800-444-6042
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
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Drivers:
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The nations premier pri-
vate carrier of nitrous ox-
ide is accepting applica-
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area for experienced,
safety-conscious, trac-
tor/semi drivers.
Accepting applicants will
receive odometer
mileage-pay and bo-
nuses, excellent earnings
potential, and great
home time and benefits!
Call Bill or Neal for de-
tails @ 866-592-7006
Postal Jobs
&17.33 to $27.58/hr.
Now Hiring. For applica-
tion and free government
job info. Call American
Association of Labor.
1-913-599-8226
24 hr Employment
Service
Simply Shelia's is now
hiring full or part-time
hair dressers for a very
busy salon. Apply in per-
son at 5438 Dogwood
Dr. in Dogwood rPlaza.
Wanted energetic out-
gding personto train in
real estate related activi-
ties. Send resume to PO
Box 422, Milton, FL
32572.
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BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend


s o- 5100
Curbing Business
fo sale
Complete. $6000 co-op
with friends and or neigh-
bars. Do your landscap-
*ing. Then sell the busi-
ness. 626-1062



Divorce '108, Adoption'80
Name i 11in. ', .;
SFREE Tvping, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
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St. Augustin |
Farnl) Direct
We Deliver !
434-0066


REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 - Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals



Milton
For sale or rent Historic
Home zoned RC-1, 1-
block off of Hwy 90. Ad-
jacent to Courthouse.
$1850/mth or
$219,000. 623-0947 or
678-665-9278
Navarre 1500sf office
suite, like new, in profes-
sional complex, Hwy 98.
$1400mo.420-7201



1 Bedroom unfurnished apart-
ment Great for seniors $375
month plus deposit. 626-0287
If no answer leave message.
Milton
Small Efficiency Suitable
for one person.
$500/mth includes all
utilities. Call: 981-9399
Milton
2/1 Clean, quiet,
washer/dryer hookups.
$490/mth $475/dep.
626-6638
Milton
2/1 duplex Apt. Very
clean, great neighbor-
hood. All electric, CH/A.
$525/mth + deposit.
623-4876 or 982-2889
Milton
2/BR 1/BA near Whit-
ing Field $550/mth
$550/security Don
Cumbie Realty
377-6787


I 6130 I
Navarre Beach, Gulf
front, 2 & 3 BR units.
Furn. or unfurn. Starting
at $1300/mo. Call
244-1990


S 6140
*3/1 Home 8959
Gristmill Way, E. Mil-
ton $875*
*2/2 Home 7867
South Airport Rd., E.
Milton $825*
*4/2 Mobile Home
4722 Thoroughbred
Rd. $795*
*2/1 Home 4641 Geri
St., Milton $800*
*3/2 Home 5528
Wesley Dr., Milton
$850*
*3/2 Mobile Home
6537 Stanley Cir.
$750*
Santo Rosa Realty
623-0077

All utilities included,
Downtown Milton, Living
space 2200 sq ft. on
water, large fireplace,
AC/HC, patio, formal liv-
ingroom, diningroom,
breakfast bar any disabil-
ities, furnished, cable TV,
microwave, small appli-
ances, private parking,
$795+ Dep.
850-983-8195





The All New!

Jay

Apartments
FUllY RENOVATED
ONE, TWO, AND)
THREE BEDROOM UNITS
NOW AVAILABLE
WA.C.

850-983-6995


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A M I D _D U T C H


6140 6150
Bagdad Navarre- Lg 3br 2ba
Small 1/BR house WF house to share. Cou-
$700/mth $150/dep., les or singles welcome
utilities furnished. No $750mo. 850-516-5696
pets. 623-8415 Pace
Chumuckla, Florida 3BR/IV2BA to share a
Updated, secluded 1931 home. All house privi-
cottage, Chumuckla leges utilities included.
Highway. 2/1 recently $395/month with
renovated cottage perfect $100/deposit.
for 2 adults who want to Small dog ok. Call
experience country liv- 995-1 125 or 463-4103
ing. Hardwood floors.
,sh er/ ry rfrid e
Utilities included. $8S0
770-540-20076160

East Milton Milton/Munson
Nice 3/2 w/new carpet Long or short term.
paint t (inside and oua Quiet non-smoking envi-
refrigerator as stove & ronment. Kitchen laun-
fire ace. 6ff110 & 87 dry, utilities, satellite TV,
$850/mth $400/dep. . x, internet, unlimited
850-276-7993 long distance included.
___ '_______ $295/mth. 957-4616
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650 | 6170 |
per month. Call 2/BR I/BA MH $485
994-5703 mo Dep. & ref. Section 8
Milton accepted 850-537-6222
Milton 850-499-7412
2/1 house CH/A
Non-smokingI 1st mth's 3/2 garden tub, skylight,
rent and all deposits re- many extras. East Gate
uired. Mobile Home Ranch.
850-957-4485 626-8973
East Milton
Milton 2/1 Mobile Home
6416 Misty Lake Dr. $450/mth
3BR/2BA-Alf electric se- $450/security
eluded in town location. Don Cumbie Really
NO PETS. References Cal:Barbara 377-6787
and lease re-
guired.$800+$600 Sec. East Milton
Dep. After 4pm call Nice, clean 3/BR 2/BA
850-593-6015 remodeled mobile home
Weekends only call on quiet country acre. 5
850-718-6644 minutes to 1-10.
Non-smoking, lease, de-
Milton posit & references.
Plantation Woods $600/mth. 623-9623
Subdivision, 2006 brick For Rent
home,9048 Tara Circle Fema Mobile Home
1350sf. 3/BR 2/BA 3/2. East Gate Mobile
$775/mth Security De- Home Ranch 626-8973
posit $495.12 mth
ease/references Milton
required Small pets ok 3/BR 2/BA on private
582-7222 lot. Total electric. No pets
$625/mth $300/dep.
Milton/Pace 5049 Ridgeway
Bay Crest ealty
3/BR 2/BA, double-car 994-7918
garage. New tile & car- Milton
pet. Military clause hon- Country Living
ored. $950/mth Peaceful, quiet & clean.
$800/deposit. Call 3/2 on 1 acre with
850-501-0273 fenced playyard, storage
shed, washer/dryer. Min-
Navarre, Robledal Es- utes from lakes, creek &
toates, 7056 Lago Mirada horse stables.
2 living areas, 3 br, 2 Non-smoking environ-
ba,2 cg, 2000sf ment.
$11 00mo: 1st mo rent $625mth/$575dep.
free. 217-1853 or 957-1001
939-4060 Milton
RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
Pace $250/mth water & gar-
bage included.
4BD/2BA behind 623-8753
Pea Ridge Elementry.
$875 per month. MOBILE HOMES for
850-232-9700 rent call for pricing and
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Pea Ridpe Area 850-983-1091 or
3/2 1600 sf. $825/mth 850-368-7506
$825/security Pace
Don Cumbie Realty 2/1 bath. Total electric,
Call: Barbara 377-6787 Pollard Paul. Water &
-arba e furnished.
I435/mth $200/dep.
SNo pets. Bay Crest Really


Roommate wanted, fur- Blvd. Private lot, total
nished room. $400/mth electric, no pets.
utilities included. $525/mth $300/dep.
516-3805 Bay Crest Really
994-7918
Milton Pace
Single parent looking 3/2 Doublewide private
for responsible individ- lot. 4832 Guernsey Rd.
ual. All utilities included Total electric, no pets.
(Satelite internet, laundry $750/mth $300/dep.
access, pool) Short term Bay Crest Realty
ok. $50/mth 626-2671 994-7918


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Milton
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5. Make jagged
10. Choreographer
Michael
14. Oil-drilling platforms
15. Italian seaport
16. Mrs. Nick Charles
17. Jacket type
18. Window material
19. Solar deity
20. Type of bacon
22. Ambush
24. __ one's patience
25. At all
26. "Bury my heart
at Wounded "_
27. Toupee, slangily
28. Youthful suffix
29. "Long and Far
Away"
32. Twin of 1 Across
35. Deteriorating, as a
condition
37. Hollywood biggies
38. Football game
segments
39. Bridge expert Sharif
40. Cooking measures
42. Waste maker
43. Fast plane
44. "Big Daddy" Burl
45. Questioning cry
46. Fantastic Four leader
Richards


Ford F150 '05
Pay Cash for junk cars 31k miles, 4x4, ext cab,
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Call: 983-9527 or dark gray $16,800
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2006 Toyota Avalon,
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fully loaded, many ex-
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with black leather inte-
rior. 14,300 miles. Must
sell $23,500 00 Call:
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8110 - Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210- Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8310- Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes


H2 Hummer
2003
Yellow, 41 K mi. Adven-
ture pkg, super charger,
new tires. $39K obo.
850 337-5167







1995 Chevy S 10 P/U
4-cylinder rebuilt motor-
with tool box, runs great,
standard shift. Must sell.
Asking $2300.
626-8130


very low miles and I kids
2005 150CC Bia Chief
$400. Call after 5pm.
626-2671



S8170
20" Chrome rims with
low profile tires, $1000
obo. 293-0367


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GP800 waverunner (or
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or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
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36' Monaco
Knight
2001 Diesel, 2 slide
outs, paired w/2004
Jeep Cherokee Limited
Ltd. w/aux. braking for
safest travel. $90K. Must
sell make offer.
856-939-2218


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48. Author Weldon
51. Halt
54. Protect from waste
56. "Song of the __
Road" (Whitman)
57. Love madly
59. Pipe fittings
60. 80's teen idol
Springfield
61. Is indolent
62. Sped
63. Congressional
passages
64. Most insignificant
65. Aphid farmers

DOWN
1. Put up a monument
2. Indian stringed
instrument
3. Great distress
4. Jimmy Carter's alma
mater: abbr.
5. Urging (on)
6. Electronic switching
device
7. Judah's son
8. Windows alternative,
on a PC
-9. Effortlessness
10. Rascal
11. Modicum
12. Scott
13. Jutlander


21. Smear
23. Hawaiian bird
26. Joanna of Growing
Pains
27. Antarctic island
28. Large villages
29. Zeros in
30. Pesky bug
31. Dreadful monster
32. Riff and Baby John's
gang
33. Chronological
periods
34. Turn or over follower
35. Courted
36. Ark skipper
38. Carpenter's joint
41. Bakery items
42. 5th-century invaders
45. Would I lie?
46. Skating places
47. Wet blankets
48. Refrigeration gas
49. Ward off
50. Sycophant's answer,
51. "Dumb" character of
comics
52. "Beowulf" e.g.
53. Lubavitchers e.g.
54. Designated driver's
order
55. "Tell Mama" singer
James
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Commercial Property
for Sale
2.1 acres Zoned M2
property located on John-
son Rd. in Milton, Flor-
ida. Chain link fence,
water, sewer & holding
pond. $150 000. Joe
Brown 850-554-3507
Jay
Approx. 25 wooded
acres on Route 4, near
Jay. Contact John Byrd
850-450-5174.
Milton
20 Acres for sale.
Will not break up.
994-6283


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