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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: November 14, 2007
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November 14 2007

County has clean-up issues

N Code enforcement has- limited staff and

S...funding to combat community eyesores


The clean up of yards, such as the one above in Milton, has often come as the result of a complaint
to the Code Compliance Office, however, a group of neighbors have recently banded together in
support of a much more positive approach as neighbor reaches out to neighbor in an effort to clean
up their area, and better the lives of fellow residents.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay

In and around areas of
Santa Rosa County one can
find an abundance of homes
with well-manicured lawns,
attractive landscaping, and
tidy yards. However, there is
yet another reality, sometimes
as close as next door.
This can include homes
with overgrown vegetation,
derelict vehicles, excessive
clutter, or even garbage in the
front yard.
For many, these homes
can be a source of frustration,
even yielding complaints to
the County Code Compliance
Office-which struggles to

meet the many needs of such a
big county with a very small
Compliance Division
Superintendent, Skip
Tompkins, says, "We're trying
to do the best we can with
what we've got to work with."
He says he cannot operate
the same way Escambia
County does, in which code
enforcement targets certain
areas where these issues per-
Tompkins points out
Escambia has a larger tax
base, a larger staff, and their
officers are sworn deputies, all
of which allows them to move
into certain neighborhoods

more aggressively; where as
Santa Rosa County must oper-
ate almost solely on public
County officials say they
have been successful in a
number of abatement cases
(re: zoning, signage, and noise
issues) with 550 cases closed
since the fall of 2005, and
another 150 cases at various
stages of completion.
While overgrown lots or a
house, with missing siding
may not be the most aestheti-
cally pleasing to some, there
are currently no ordinances on
the books as to these specific
issues to enforce, nor are there
See ISSUES Page 4A.

Native American Celebration

0 Creek Indians hold 17th Annual Celebration this weekend

The Santa Rosa County
Creek Indian Tribe, Inc. will
host the 17th Annual Indian
Days Celebration this week-
end at the historic Floridatown
Park in Pace.
The "Pow-Wow", says
organizer Lloyd Hinote, is
scheduled in celebration of
National American Indian
Heritage Month, a month des-
ignated by'the federal govern-
ment to recognize intertribal
cultures, events, lifeways,
designs and achievements of
Native American societies.
"It's in celebration of our
history and culture that was
almost lost when Native
Americans were forced out of
their homeland," says Hinote.
"Our ancestors were those
who escaped (the forced
The event will host dis-
plays of Native American her-
itage items, cultural arts, food-
ways, storytelling, as well as
performances of tribal dancing
and a formal naming ceremo-
Hinote says that the very
ground the festival is held on
at the historic Floridatown
Park was the site of Native
American inhabitants up to
6,000 years ago. This was
proven through an excavation
performed by the University
of West Florida's archaeology
department with support from
the local tribe.
"This entire area was
heavily populated by Native
Americans before Europeans
settled the area," says Hinote.
"This is an effort to bring back
what was almost lost."
The Pow-Wow celebration


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Rocky "Two Feathers" Weber is doing a Native American dance at an earlier Creek Indian Days
Celebration at the Floridatown Park.

will be held from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Saturday, and from noon

to 5 p.m. Sunday. Admission
is free.

For more information call
994-4882 or 516-6960.

Grady Babb to say 'thanks'

This year, Grady Babb is
celebrating Thanksgiving sev-
eral days early by inviting
friends to his home just so he
can tell them "thanks". In lieu
of turkey and dressing, he'll
offer coffee and doughnuts,
but the sentiment will be just
the same.
When Babb's life shat-
tered into pieces two years
ago, when he lost his hands,
feet and nose to rare flesh-eat-
ing bacteria, these friends
came rushing in to help him

get his life back in order. They
built an addition onto his home
to accommodate wheelchair
navigation all the way to host-
ing fundraisers in his benefit to
help offset medical bills.
Most of these people had
never met Babb before he was
disabled, but when they
learned of his situation, neigh-
bors such as Connie Clark
came in to help.
"When this happened peo-
ple were calling me saying we
needed to do something to
help," Clark said. "So we
organized a fish fry at my

house the next weekend. I
met him for the first time that
American Legion Post 78
and the Retired and Senior
Volunteer Program (RSVP)
with the West Florida Regional
Planning Council coordinated
efforts to renovate his home in
order to make it handicap
accessible. Crews knocked out
walls, widened doorways, low-
ered kitchen cabinets and
equipment, as well as installed
a wheelchair ramp leading into
the back yard.
See BABB Page 4A


Veterans' Day
The four-day Veterans' Day weekend celebration in Santa
Rosa County had plenty to offer. More photos from the area's
activities can be found on Page 2A.
Photo by Bill Gamblin

Health risk found

by deputies Friday

A man deemed as an
"immediate and substantial
threat to the public health and
welfare" is now in isolation
under the custody of law
Demmy Jon Pitts, 51, of
Bay County, was arrested late
last week by Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Deputies after a traffic
stop was conducted on Avalon
No information is being
released at this time as to the
specifics of Pitts' condition, who
had an "order of emergency
hold" placed against him by a
Bay County Circuit Court Judge.
According to the Bay
County issued court order, "Pitts
has a reckless disregard for the
public health."
It was a television news

story about the search for Pitts
that alerted
a viewer to
the fact .
they were
following a
vehicle on
90 in
the descrip-
tion of his Pitts
car, Friday.
Officers were dispatched
after a cell phone call to 911 by
the concerned citizen, who also
continued to relay information as
to Pitts' whereabouts.
When Deputies finally exe-
cuted the traffic stop, Pitts was
taken into custody without inci-
dent and transported to the Santa
Rosa Medical Center.

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Sunday, 7:48 p.m.
The Tax Collector's Office
gets on people's cases when
they don't pay their taxes on
time, or they have a reason for
not being able to do it-such as
the mail. Who knows what all
goes on down there, when the
man in charge of the place pays
his taxes late and nothing hap-
pens, and he's still working
there. Who knows what some
of those other people might be
doing. A lot of them could use
some personal management
training, by all means, in how to
deal with the public. Have a
good day.

Saturday, 5:50 p.m.
This is Bella. I want to com-
plain because the article about he
courthouse was not completed, it
was left in the middle of a sen-
tence. The sentence began, "
The study is expected to..." but
it gave no forwarding page. I
would like the rest of the article
if you don't mind. Thank you.

Saturday, 7:24 a.m.
Yes, this is Anita. The very
people that the Church in Kansas
are protesting are the ones that
secured the freedom for them to
be able to' protest. Where did the
church go wrong?

Friday, 10:04 a.m.
This is in reference to a
Community Planning meeting
on November 8, 2007, with all
present, but the developers
opposed to the rezoning for 200
plus apartments off Oakland Dr.
It is hard for one to understand
the 6-3 vote in favor of this proj-
ect by the Planning Committee.
Apparently, citizens' concerns
for their area are of no interest to
the Planning Committee. My
name is Jena. Thank you.

Friday, 7:45 a.m.
Yes, I just want to honor all
the veterans and the families of
the veterans, not only on
Veterans Day, but every day. I
want to thank them for all
they've given and sacrificed for
our freedom. We'd never be
what we are today without them.
Thank you to all the men and
women who have given their
lives for our freedom. God bless
them. We love you. God bless

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

This Girl Scout shows her appreciation for what the Veterans have
done for this country as she proudly participated in the Veterans'
Day Parade.


Day 2007

Press Gazette photos by
Ryan Arvay and Bill Gamblin

Servicemen from several different branches of the service began the
parade by presenting the nations' and military branches' colors.

The Veterans' Candlelight Vigil was a very somber way to get the
weekend activities underway as this year's Veterans' Celebration
covered four days.

Motorcycles that participated in Sunday's Thunder Ride (above)
and the replica plane used on D-Day were just a few of this week-
end's sites.

The newest monument to be added at the Santa Rosa Veterans' Memorial Plaza was unveiled on
Monday. The Wall of Tears stands to honor the tears shed in gratitude for those who gave the ulti-
mate sacrifice for a grateful nation.


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Wednesday-November 14, 2007

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Sheriff's Report

October 23. to November

Jones, Nygel Tarquin;
:Male; 24; 364 Merrill Dr,
:Milton; Battery-Touch or
:Strike, Obstructing Justice
*Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 10/23/07
Lewis, Kenneth Darryl;
:Male; 44; 112 Hansen Dr,
,Pensacola; Sex Asslt Vict
'Over 12 YOA Physical Force
No Dmg. 10/23/07
i Young, Robert Lee;
,Male; 29; 6436 Robie Rd,
:Milton; Damage Prop-Crim
,Misch Over $200 Under
:$1,000 Subseq Offense, Larc-
Petit 1st Offense. 10/23/07
, Zapata, Esteban; Male;
:19; 4521 Alba St, Pace;
'Failure to Appear for Felony
SOffense. 10/23/07
Ammons, Leah Rains;
iFemale; 14; 7168 East Gate
:Rd, Milton; Larc-Theft is
:$300 or More But Less Than
:$5,000 (2 cts.), Fraud-Illegal
,Use Credit Cards Use More 2
Times 6 Mos Obt Gds Money
'$100 More, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (3 cts.) 10/23/07
Gibson, Kevin James;
!Male; 30; 6554 Julia Dr,
;Milton; Aggrav Asslt
W/Deadly Weapon W/O
,Intent to Kill. 10/23/07
Kidd, Michael Dennis;
'Male; 59; 9805 Chumuckla
,Springs Rd, Jay; Failure to
-Appear for Felony Offense.
Parker, Teresa Marie;
Female; 17; 4212 Queens St,
'Pace; Cocaine Possess With
-Intent to Sell Mfg Deliv Etc
,Sched II, Marijuana Sell
Schedule I, Narcotic Equip-
.Possess And or Use. 10/23/07
Andis, Charles Allen;
-Male; 39; 2150 Prever Lane,
,Navarre, FL; DUI Alcohol or
,Drugs 2nd Offense. 10/23/07
Erickson, Joshua Robert;
:Male; 20; 3233 College Ct,
'Gulf Breeze; Probation
,Violation-Felony. 10/24/07
Hannah, Lennard
,Tremayne; Male; 22; 1252
XRedwood Ln, Gulf Breeze;
IProbation Violation-Felony.
e Sailer. Marcus- Etigene;
.Male: 23: 028 Mu-cogee Rd,

Pensacola; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt.
Slay, Bryan Dennis;
male; 27; 6523 Handy Dr.
Milton; Contempt of Court
Circuit. 10/24/07
Warner, Yohannes
David; Male; 26; 2315
Phillips Rd, Lethonia, GA;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Franklin, Robert
Eugene; Male; 60; 4063 Vern
St, Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony. 10/24/07
Young. Robert Lee;
Male; 29; 6436 Robie Rd,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 10/24/07
Millan, Tyler Victor;
Male; 16; 8957 Ellen Ct,
Navarre; Larc-Theft is $300
Or More But Less Than
$5,000 (4 cts.). 10/24/07
Briggs, Aaron David;
Male; 17; 7035 Brighton
Oaks Blvd, Navarre; Larc-
Over $300 Under $5,000 (4
cts.). 10/24/07
Soles, Christine Lee;
Female; 32; 7037 Webster St,
Navarre; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 10/24/07
Curry, Michelle Dupuy;
Female; 40; 148 Stearns St,
Gulf Breeze, FL; DUI.
Mooney, Miranda
Danielle; Female; 20; 10024
Hwy. 97, Century; DUI.
Rahn, Steven Kenji;
Male; 38; 5624 Windrun PL,
Pace; Probation Violation-
Felony. 10/25/07
Spooner, Candy Louise;
Female; 28; 6295 Long St,
Milton; Cruelty Toward Child
Aggravated Abuse, Evidence-
Destroying Tamper With . or
Fabricate Physical. 10/25/07
Taylor, Chantal Yvonne;
Female; 43; 1361 Sanibel Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Aggrav Battery-
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability (domestic vio-
lence). 10/25/07
Walton, Jacob Scott;
Male; 19; 1629 Kauai Ct,
Gulf Breeze; DUI and
Damage Property. 1.0/25/07
Boone. Joshua Sk\ler

Male; 25; 5378 Lone Star Ln,
Milton: Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 10/26/07
Chism. Cherie Lynn;
Female; 27; 6242 Audubon
Dr. Milton; Smuggle
Contraband Introduce Into
Detention Facility. 10/27/07
Dodd, Jason Alan; Male;
28; 3115 Lynn Dr, Navarre;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill,
Battery-Touch or Strike,
Aggrav Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm of Disability. 10/27/07
Folsom, Taylor
McAllister, Male; 48; 5629
Balsam St, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 10/27/07
Goade, Jeffrey Curtise;
Male; 19; 1071 Tiger Trace
Blvd., Gulf Breeze; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
Gray, Gregory Zane;
Male; 26; 9112 Roy Cook Rd,
Pace; Contempt of Court-
Circuit. 10/26/07
Henderson, Bradford
Dewayne; Male; 7583
Henderson Smith Rd, Milton;
Failure To Appear for Felony
Offense. 10/26/07
Martin, Cynthia Dawn
Hulett; Female; 41; 50 N. Old
Corry Field (Merritt Lodge),
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony; 10/26/07
O'Brien, Robert Paul;
Male; 37; 4713 Ventura Blvd
Milton; Damage Prop-Crim
Misch $1,000 or More, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 10/27/07
Passmore, William
Wayne; Male; 32; 4921
Douglas Dr, Milton; Sex
Asslt By 24 YOA Older Sex
Batt Victim 16 or 17 YOA (8
cts.), Sex Offense Victim 12
YOA Up to 16 YOA (6 cts.).
Perkins, Christopher
Harris; Male; 19; 2051
Presidio St, Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felony (2
cts.) 10/27/07
Quarles, Marlon D;
Male; 35; 6545 Lost Oak,
Memphis, .TN; Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person Inside,
Larc Theft is $300 Or More

But Less Than $5,000 (4 cts.),
Larc-Petit 1st Off (3 cts.).
Strickland, Robert
Franklin; Male; 37; 4280
Auckland Rd, Pace; Obscene
Material - Sell To Minor (2
cts.). 10/26/07
Zapata, Lucio; Male; 23;
4521 Alba St, Pace; Aggrav
Batt-Offender Knew/Should
Have Know Vict Pregnant.
(domestic violence) 10/27/07
Sheriff's report is con-
tinued on Page 5A.

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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

Santa Rosa: Yesterday and Today

The Methodist Church, pictured above as it appeared in the 1940's and today, is located on Berr hill. II is the church's third building in Milton, completed in 1936.
The original Methodist church was a wooden structure, built after the civil war, which burned in 1904. The second structure met with the same fate a few short years
before the new brick building was constructed. During the time between the destruction of the second building and the current sanctuary, the congregation met in
the courthouse. Today, it looks much the same as it does in the old photo except for the notable loss of the decorative railing and balusters along the eves.
Special thanks to Laurie Green and the Santa Rosa Historical Society; today's photo was taken by Ryan Arvay


Continued From Page One
In response to newspaper
articles, several businesses and
organizations contacted Babb
so they
could help.

Post 78,
Way, Santa
R o s a Babb
West Florida Regional
Planning Council, All Services
Pool and Spa, Dale's Marine
Service, as well as many oth-
Babb went from being a

successful general contractor
to not being able to work at all.
Doctors are still unsure where
or how Babb picked up the
bacteria. The cause and condi-
tion of Pneumoniae
Streptococcus Sepsis is cur-
rently being researched by the
national Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention.
Clark said she now values
minor things that others take
for granted, such as scratching
an itch or just getting up to
walk around the house.
"He's incredibly independ-
ent," Clark said. "Despite what
he's been through, he doesn't
look at the negatives."
After eight surgeries and
more than two years of major
life transition, Babb is thankful
for all he's been given despite
what has been taken from him.

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The sights of some yards cause
communities and neighborhood
several complaints.

as placed in the
e photo should have

On Wednesday, November 7, the wrong photo we
McKenzie Salute. We apologize for this error. The
been that of Doris Melvin Kingry.

\,,- Dan McKenzie

McKenzie GMC Pontiac & Buick


Doris Melvin Kingry

Someone who has made a difference

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
V.Florida and Cambridge University in England,
and taught English and Journalism'at Milton
., f . High School, serving as Department Chair for
' M- " ' " several years. She was selected Teacher of the
Doris Melvin Kingry Year at MHS for two years where she sponsored
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,
Doris is active in the Santa Rosa County Retired Educators Association and is a charter
member of the UWF Leisure Learning Society, among a host of other activities too numerous
to mention. She is also published in a number of prominent poetry anthologies.

As a Leap Year baby, Doris says she could fudge some of her years, but chooses to honor
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life when we brag about them," She says. "I am to that point."

Doris has truly made a difference in so many of the lives of the citizens of Santa Rosa County
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really the resources to enforce
them, hints Tompkins.
"Change," he says, "goes
hand in hand with what the
tax payer is willing to sup-
port." Tompkins explains, "an
increase in ordinances means
more for the officers to han-
With only three code
enforcement officers for the
whole county, Tompkins says
90% of what his office
responds to is complaint driv-
en. However, one local resi-
dent is trying a different
Kyle Holley, owns land in
the American Farms area of
East Milton, where he is reno-
vating a house, once so run
down it was almost uninhabit-
Holley, who looks beyond
the yard to the people living
inside, provides a different
model for how to beautify
one's neighborhood and what
it means to be a good neigh-
"We make a conscious
effort to not complain," he
says, "code enforcement
polarizes a neighborhood, we

4- N - ..

Kyle Holley, and his dog, take a lot of pride in their home and
have been working hand in hand with neighbors instead of filing
complaints to solve the problems.

try a positive approach."
. Holley has rallied the sup-
port of his neighborhood to
address such concerns by
pooling their resources to help
each other clean up these
areas, while aiming to
improve the quality of life for
those around him.
When he bought his land,
Holley says he fenced off a
section and told the neighbor-
hood if they had anything they
wanted to dispose of they
could leave it on his property
and he would have it hauled to
the dump.
To date, Holley and his
* neighbors have removed over
- 2 million pounds of garbage,
washing machines, dryers,
refrigerators, and boats from
people's yards. .
Holley says, often, "the
real enemy is depression, not
the junk or the lack of skirting

on someone's house." It is this -
notion of depression which he
and his neighbors help peel
away by attacking the most
visible elements of the prob-
In return, Holley says'
people have helped him, like'
when he recently suffered two
heart attacks and his neigh-
bors came over to mow his,
He says it is important to
also take note of the individ-
ual's personal situation in'
these cases. Many of the'
inhabitants of these homes, he
notes, are single moms, the'
elderly, or disabled, and are
just waiting for a neighbor to
reach out and offer service.
"There's always a half
empty trailer or truck going to
the dump anyways," he says.
"You could be the answer to
someone's prayer."

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SR County celebrates 88th

Annual Children's

Special to the Press Gazette
Children's Book Week
2007 is November 12-18-
Children's books and the love
of reading will be celebrated
with story time, contests and
book displays at your Santa
Rosa County Library. Rise Up
Reading! this year's theme for
the 88th observance of
Children's Book Week, encour-
ages children, and the adults
who care for them, to spread
the joy of reading by spending
some time with a book each
Share the joy and wonder
of reading with your kids by
taking them to the library.

Young, Robert Lee; Male;
29; 6436 Robie Rd, Milton;
Hit & Run Fail to Stop
Remain at Crash Involving
Injury, Driving With License
Suspended 3rd Offense.
Hernandez, Michael
Marines; Male; 27; Gordon
Evans Rd, Navarre; Armed
Kidnapping, Armed Robbery
W/Firearm, Aggrav, Asslt,
Grand Theft of Vehicle.
Birge, Jimmy Lamar;
Male; 58; 1650 Via DeLuna,
Pensacola Bch; Failure To
Appear for Felony Offense.
Brill, Zachary Joseph;
Male; 16; 121 Ruberia Ave.,
Pensacola; Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree, Escape. 10/28/07
Gazoo. Tyler Ross; Male;
18; 2255 Ortega St, Navarre;
Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000 (4 cts.),
Contrib Delinq- Minor or
Dependency of (3 cts.)
Gentles, Quentin Lamar;
Male; 16; 484 Mitcher St,
Milton; Fraud-Illegal Use
Credit Cards to Obtain Goods
$300 or More, Fraud-
Impersonate Use/Possess ID
of Another Person W/O
Consent. 10/26/07
Goldsmith, Antoine
Lamar; Male; 31; 4865 Webb
Cir, Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender,
Possess Cocaine, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 10/27/07
Knauff, Johnathon Lee;
Male; 19; 9029 Larker Wood
Rd, Navarre; Aggrav Battery
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 10/26/07
Leclair, Zachary John;
Male; 17; 1413 E Olive Rd,
Pensacola; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $1,000 or More,
Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed W/O
Person Inside (8 cts.), Larc-
Petit 1st Degree Property
$100 to Under $300 (7 cts.).
Lockwood. Lynne Marie;
Female; 27; 2233 Lemure Dr,
Navarre; Fraud-Illegal Use
Credit Cards Use More 2
Times 6 Mos Obt Gds Money
$100 More. 10/27/07
McElroy, Stephen
Michael; Male; 46; 5851
Mimosa Ave, Milton; DUI,
Neglect Child W/O Great
Harm. 10/28/07
O'Malley, Michael
Adam; Male; 33; 604
Happiness Ln, Mary Esther;
Public Order Crimes-Unregis
Elect Contractor St of
Emergency. 10/27/07
Parker, Michael Jarrod;
Male; 16; 190 Whitlock Way,
Crawfordville, FL; Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Escape.
Redmond, William
George; Male; 31; 1005 N.
69th Ave, .Pensacola; DUI,
Refuse to Submit to DUI Test,
Aggrav Battery-Cause Bodily
Harm or Disability (domestic
violence) (2 cts.), Damage
Prop-Crim Misch Over $200
Under $1,000 (2 cts.), Resist
Officer Obstruct W/O
Violence. 10/27/07
King, William Richard;
Male; 37; 2018 Sevilla Ct,
Cape Canaveral, FL; Failure
to Appear for Felony Offense.
Naughton, Daniel Paul;
Male; 48; 221 Eisenhower
SDrive, Biloxi, MS. DUI.

Spend time looking through
books. Look at the covers and
the pictures inside; read the
descriptions, a few pages, or
even the entire book. Take a
couple of books home with
you. If you can't go out, cel-
ebrate at home. Read your
favorite books together. Act
out a favorite scene. Have a
party featuring snacks from
your kids' favorite stories,
such as "Stone Soup" or

Alvira, Jerry Lee; Male;
44; 1542 Oak Dr, Gulf
Breeze; DUI. 10/28/07
Foster, Laura Melissa;
Female; 44; 75 Adkinson
Drive, Pensacola; DUI
Fussner, Joseph Garrett;
Male; 18; 5427 Douglas St,
Milton; DUI. 10/27/07
Hamilton, Shawn Lee;
Male; 34; 5240 Spring St,
Pace; DUI. 10/26/07
Massey, Angela Elaine;
Female; 38; 6019 Anderson
Ln, Milton; DUI. 10/27/07
Passon, Kenneth Carlton;
Male; 23; 3357 Atlas Dr,
Milton; DUI. 10/28/07
Tomlinson, Bryan
Matthew; Male; 19; 2500
Water Oak Street, Navarre;
DUI. 10/26/07
Toothaker, Eric William;
Male; 23; 6930 Sea Turtle Cir,
Navarre; DUI. 10/28/07
Fields. Sr., Reginald
Maurice; Male; 44; 4228
Jernigan Rd, Pace; Fraud-
Utter False Instrument,
Drugs-Traffic 4 Grams Less
30 KG Other Cntrl Subst.
Ricks. Jerry Bruce; Male;
36; 4293 Seaport Rd, Pace;
Crimes Agaihst Person-Abuse
Elderly or Disabled Adult
W/O Great Harm, Drugs-
Produce Methamphetamine,
Amphetamine-Traffic or
Methamphetamine 14 Grams
or Over, Narcotic Equip-
Possess Manufacture Deliver,
Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical WIT Manufacture
Cntrl Subst. 10/29/07
Rogers, Amity Brionne;
Female; 28; 1324 El Sereno
Place, Gulf Breeze; Crimes
Against Person-Abuse Elderly
or Disabled Adult W/O Great
Harm, Drugs-Produce
Amphetamine-Traffic or
Methamphetamine 14 Grams
or Over, Narcotic Equip-
Possess Manufacture Deliver,
Drugs-Possess Listed
Chemical WIT Manufacture
Cntrl Subst. 10/29/07
Dodd, Jason Alan; Male;
28; 3115 Lynn Dr, Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felony.
Adams, Sr., Kirkland
Lamar; Male; 43; 6914 Da
Lisa Rd, Milton; Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
Starnes, Robye Douglas;
Male; 43; 4223 Bay Cedar Ln,
Pace; Fail to Register Motor
Vehicle, Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender, Larc-Petit

Book Week

Green "Eggs and Ham."
Reading is a tool, but read-
ing can, and should, also be an
enjoyable, moving and exciting
experience. Everyone who has
ever cried with Wilbur the Pig,
laughed with Charlie and
Willie Wonka, run with Tom
and Huck, or just spent an
afternoon with Harry Potter,
knows how a book can change
lives in ways both great and

Is Off. 10/29/07
Funk, Tanya Janelle;
Female; 37; 5416 Persimmon
Hollow, Milton; DUI.
Wofford, Sean Michael;
Male; 33; 5545 Sweet
Memory Lance, Allen Town;
DUI Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 10/29/07
Carver, Jason Lee; Male;
30; 308 SW Miracle Strip
Pkwy, Ft. Walton Beach;
Fraud-Obtain Controlled
Substance By. 10/30/07
Lockart, Andy Delaney;
Male; 40; 9856 Jeno Rd,
Milton; Robbery-No Firearm
or Weapon. 10/30/07
Peaden, Jonathan Wayne;
Male; 26; 8575 Indian Ford
Rd, Milton; Hit & Run-Fail to
Stop Remain at Crash
Involving Injury. 10/30/07
Denny, David Alan;
Male; 35; 4415 Black Oak
Rd, Milton; Battery On
Officer Firefighter EMT Etc,
Resist Officer With Violence.
Christina Kay; Female; 37;
5755 East Milton Rd, Milton;
Fugitive From Justice.
Rogers, Amity Brionne;
Female; 28; 1324 El Sereno
Place, Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation. 10/30/07
Antunez, Robert Eloy;
Male; 40; 1648 Oak Dr, Gulf
Breeze, FL; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
Roberts, Rachel Louise;
Female; 15; 3751 Landon Ct,
Gulf Breeze; Damage Prop-
Crim Misch $200 and Under,
Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 10/30/07
Vincent, Kyle Travis;
Male; 17; 8694 Estrada St,
Navarre; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Aggrav Battery-Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon (domestic
violence). 10/30/07
McWaters, Rulan Daniel;
Male; 54; 4368 Cameo Drive,
Pace; DUI. 10/29/07
Reitz, Kevin Lee; Male;
42; 5559 Baltic Ct., Pace;
DUI. 10/29/07
Eichman. Austin
Michael, Male; 18; 9000 N.
Palafox Rd, Pensacola;
Operate Motorcycle W/O
License, Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip And Or Use.
Leighton, Christopher
Josh; Male; 35; 4260 Hwy.

Reading shouldn't be a
chore, and there is no better
way to make reading fun for
your children than to make it a
family activity. You'll have a
great time with your family and
give your children a love for
this valuable experience that
will serve them well for years
to come.
The Santa Rosa County
Library System is a department
of the Santa Rosa County
Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries are
located in Gulf Breeze, Jay,
Milton, Navarre, and Pace.
Find further information at

90, Pace; Fraud-Illegal Use
Credit Cards to Obtain Goods
Under $300 (8 cts.), Forgery
of Alter Public Record
Certificate Etc. (7 cts.).
Robinson, Ranza
Sabrina; Female; 47; 6642
Grace, Milton; Larc-Petit 1st
Off, Fraud-Utter False
Instrument. 10/31/07
Sneed, Stephanie Stewart;
Female; 35; 3746 Martin St,
Pace; Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
Grillo, Paul Jerome;
Male; 49; 7860 Skyview
Blvd, Navarre; DUI Alcohol
or Drugs 2nd Off. 10/30/07
Nehmer, Deborah Sue;
Female; 44; 6540 Hunter St,
Milton; DUI. 10/31/07
Anderson, Shaun Leslie;
Male; 22; 106 Doodle Ave, Ft.
Walton Beach; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/1/07
Day. Christopher
Michael; Male; 29; 2157 Las
Vegas Tr, Navarre; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 3rd
Violation W/In 10 Years,
Refuse to Submit tot DUI
Test. 11/1/07
Strangeland. Marina
Bree; Female; 25; 5308
Conecuh St, Milton;
Flee/Elude Police Fail to
Obey LEO Order to Stop,
Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender,
Trespassing Structure or
Conveyance, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 10/31/07
Strickland, Christopher
Lee; Male; 24; 3793 Diamond
St, Pace; Aggrav Asslt With
Intent to Commit a Felony
(domestic violence), Battery-
Touch or Strike (domestic
violence). 11/1/07
Veiram, Ryan Victor;
Male; 22; 6760 Deena Lane,
Gulf Breeze; Violation
Probation-Felony. 11/1/07

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Carol Barnes, Office Manager


6A Saturday, November 14, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida Vol. 100, Number 62

OUR VIEW I----------

Finding the

right fortune

Every now and then you get a fortune cookie
with something missing - the fortune.
The same can be said for government.
East Milton wants the courthouse, but there
seems to be many issues in spite of the fact the
county has previously paid for the property there.
First, if the new courthouse were to be built on
the proposed property in East Milton, they would
have to transport inmates from the jail due to a road
that would have to be crossed.
Secondly, some months back, when Santa Rosa
County was looking to see what businesses would be
interested in opening in East Milton, Santa Rosa
County Commissioner Gordon Goodin reminded his
fellow commissioners not a single business was
interested in opening in East Milton if the court-
house were to be built there.
When the county was looking at possible sites,
the ones considered were very expensive or, for
some logistical reason, were not practical.
Now, one practical proposal some commissioners
seemed interested in is being faced with a challenge.
County residents could benefit by either proposal
since both include cooridors.
The first site near Chantily Way would connect
Highway 90 to Hamilton Bridge Road and possibly
be able to go farther north to Berryhill Road.
Option two would be located near the intersection
of the new Target and include a corridor from
Highway 90 to Avalon Boulevard.
Several commissioners noted it could be a win
for the county and a win for the surrounding proper-
ty owners as more development could occur with the
new roads.
The question plaguing many is, what took some
people in the community so long to step forward?
One group makes a proposal at the last minute
and then another group wants to under-cut them.
The commissioners will probably have a third or
even a fourth group ready to step forward with what
could be termed a "sweetheart of a deal" by their
next meeting.
Commission Chairman John Broxson has said
this is a long process and one that needs to be done
carefully and with great foresight due to the fact this
decision will affect Santa Rosa County for 40, 50
and maybe the next 60 years.
But the concern many are having today is will it
take Santa Rosa County that long just to select a
Our commissioners made the commitment when
Judge Collie Nichols and others confronted them
about the conditions and over crowding at the
But that commitment seems to have been made
in an effort to buy them some time and avoid any
possible legal issues.
Commissioners, it might be time to step forward
before a legal issue involving the county forces you
to walk down a road we all will regret.


What do voters really value

By Peter Montgomery
Recently, every major Republican
presidential candidate appeared
before the so-called "Values Voter
Summit" in Washington, D.C. to try
to win the support of those "values
voters." But here's the catch: the
organizations and individuals who put
together the conference don't really
represent what most voters value.
Back in the 1980s, the political
movement that became known as the
Religious Right staked a claim to
speak for the "Moral Majority." That
group was replaced by the Christian
Coalition, which had its own rise and
fall as a political powerhouse.
Today's movement is led by groups
like Focus on the Family and the
Family Research Council, who put
together the "Values Voter Summit."
But the leaders of those groups -
including James Dobson and Tony
Perkins - don't speak for most
Americans "values" any more than
Jerry Falwell had a lock on morality
or Pat Robertson on Christianity.
According to the "Values Voter"
organizers, the most important test of
a candidate's values is whether they
are committed to criminalizing abor-
tion and preventing any legal recogni-
tion or protections for gay couples.
That's not even close to what
most Americans think of when they
hear the word "values." When people
think about "voting their values,"
more people think of the honesty,
integrity, and responsibility of the

candidate than anything else. That's
according to People For the American
Way Foundation's American Values
Survey conducted last year, the
biggest polls on religion, values, and
political participation in two years.
And when it comes to the issues
that are most important to the country,
an overwhelming majority of
Americans, including at least three-
quarters of every major religious tradi-
tion, say issues like poverty and health
care are more important than abortion
and gay rights.
In fact, those matters at the top for
the "Values Voter" organizers ranked
dead last when Americans were asked
to choose the most important voting
issue for them among a list that
included the war, terrorism, jobs and
the economy, Medicare and Social
Security, and health care.
It's important to note that even
white evangelical Christians - a group
of generally conservative voters -
don't share the political priorities of
the political leaders who claim to
speak for them. In fact, there's a lot
of interesting conversation within
evangelical Christianity, with many
leaders and churchgoers embracing
environmental protection - or
"Creation care" - as an issue of great
moral importance: Many see issues
such as poverty, and the millions of
Americans who lack access to afford-
able health care, as topics at least as
worthy of concern and engagement by
people of faith as the hot-button social

issues that have been manipulated so
aggressively by politicians and polit-
ical strategists.
Still many conservative politi-
cians remain convinced that harsh
and divisive rhetoric on abortion and
the "threat" of gay couples getting
married is the key to turning out con-
servative voters. That's why a
parade of presidential contenders
made their way to the recent.,sumr
mit" in D.C. seeking to win the
blessing of the "Values Voters" in
But they should keep in mind that
most Americans have a very different
idea of what's important. Americans
want to live in safe communities,
where people are treated with respect
no matter where they worship, where
all families are valued and all chil-
dren protected. Americans put a high
value on parents' ability to earn a
decent wage and on families' access
to health care. And yes, most
Americans support some legal recog-
nition for same-sex couples, and
most are opposed to making all abor-
tions illegal.
We're heading into an election
year that will bring plenty of pre-
dictable ugliness, claims, and
charges. When you hear a candidate
claiming to speak for "values vot-
ers," be sure to ask which values he
or she has in mind.
Peter Montgomery, is Vice
President for Communications, People
for the American Way.





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Did I Hear Right?
FM: William O0. Jones
Jay, Fla.

Dear Editor,
Wow. Did I hear the former
Republican U.S. Congressman Joe
Scarborough say that one third of
Evangelical Christians would vote
for a pro-abortion, pro-homosexual,
pro-gun control person for president?
This was on MSNBC's
'Hardball' at about 4:15 p.m. (CST)
mainly because they were on Pat
Robertson for endorsing the Yankee
from New York Rudy Giuliani.
To be fair I have watched and
listened to the television and radio
preachers, including local ones, and
apply a simple rule to each, and that
is, would I buy a used car from any.
The answer is no.
Some might say that they can
not vote for Clinton, so they will
vote for the lesser of two evils.

But I suggest that doing so is still
voting for evil.
Ask your preacher about this
and see if he will vote for evil and
suggest to his flock that they do so
So be it.

Teach the Light
FM: Raymond Johns
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,
I read in I Corinthians how that
we are not suppose to lust after evil
things, or fornication because while I
was reading it said, "23,000 fell."
They fell to lustful sin and some who
murmured were destroyed by the
destroyer, temptation. And on Sunday,
people cannot drink from the cup of
the Lord, and the cup of the devil's.
You would think that people who
say, "they are of Christ" would know
how to love their fellow man for who

he is and not slander him or hate him
because of his color.
If white men hate men because of
their dark skin whom God gave to
them, then why do so many white
people lay out in the sun to try and
get dark skinned?
Do they hate each other when
they tan?
Is it jealousy or what?
A white fiend of mine said as we
were talking the other day, "What if
all bigots go to Heaven and look upon
Jesus and He were black?"
I told him not to be misled. He
doesn't have blonde hair and blue
But it is about time my white
bothers and sisters realize "hate is a
hinderance to Heaven." We should
get our heads together and teach our
children to love God through Jesus.
Teach them to love one another
and not be lustful to homos, lesbians,
fornmicators, drugs, envy of innocent

skin, but to be Christ-like.
I would like to ask that the white
preachers either try to reach your
people at church with righteousness
or sit down and shut up.
Because a lot of the hate in the
world is coming from the people
who go to church every Sunday and
sit in the same old seat and on
Monday they have the same bigot
Preachers don't preach about
hate and Hell, not telling the people
that hate is from Hell.
Too many are stuck on money,
letting people buy their way to Hell
when the collection plate comes
I say preach to the children going
astray day by day. Those who are
disrespectful to their parents and out
of control and on the wide road to
hell; preach to them about Hell.
Don't pass the torch of hate, but
teach the light of Christ.


SRCREA to hold

The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators will hold
their regular meeting
Monday, November 19 at
the regular location on the
campus of Locklin Technical
Center at 10:00 a.m. The
program for this meeting
will be "Changes in
Medicare in 2008" and will
be given by Barbara Bowes
from American Pioneer
Insurance Company. Those
Santa Rosa County school
system retirees who have not
joined this organization are
encouraged to attend the
meeting and join with the

Early Learning
Coalition to meet

The Early Learning
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County will meet on
Thursday, Nov. 15th at 10
a.m. in the conference room
of the Early Learning
Coalition of Santa Rosa
County, 6555 Caroline
Street in Milton. The
Executive Committee will
meet at 9 a.m. followed by
the Finance Committee at
9:30 a.m. All meetings are
open to the public. For addi-
tional information, call

Society of Santa
Rosa to meet

Deborah Biesbrock, Vice
President, Genealogical
Society of Santa Rosa
County, is pleased to
announce that Laurie Green,
noted author and historian of
the county's history, is
scheduled to present a pro-
gram at the Society's meet-
ing at 10 a.m., Milton
Library on Saturday, Nov.
17th. Please mark your cal-
endars and plan to attend this
special presentation.


The City of Milton's
Personnel Committee will
meet on Thursday, Nov. 15th
at 8:30 a.m. in Conference
Room B at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street, Milton, For fur-
ther information on the meet-
ing, call 983-5411.

Gold Wing Road

The Gold Wing Road
Riders of Milton will host a
Pancake Breakfast on
Saturday, Nov. 17th from
7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the
Texas Road House on Hwy.
90 in Milton. Tickets are $5
each and can be purchased at
the door. All proceeds go to
Relay for Life Cancer

Konnie N. Burgett, a
daughter, Isabel Grace Nash
born Monday, October 29,
Khandyce S. Teague &
Jeremy R. Owens, a son, Jai
'Veair Raimond Owens, born
Wednesday, October 31,
Shannon & Russell
Reade, a daughter, Madison
Tamara Reade, born
Wednesday, October 31,
Tera Sullivan & David
Driggers, a son, Tallen
Wendall James Driggers,
born Thursday, November 1,
Princess Sims & Ronald
Morton, a daughter, A'riel
Anita Morton, born Thursday,
November 1, 2007.
Kimberly & Derrick Nail,
a daughter, Gabriella Marie
Nail, born Tuesday,
November 6, 2007.
Kamesa Cooley &
Jonthan Parflow, a daughter,
Kaylyn Shania Cooley, born
Wednesday, November 7,
Jamie Davis & Britton
Eisenhut, a son, Brittlynn
Cole Eisenhut, born

Research. The breakfast will
include pancakes and
sausage. For more informa-
tion, call 623-1935.

SR Art Association
to meet Saturday

The monthly meeting of
the Santa Rosa Art
Association is Saturday,
Nov. 17, 2007, at 8:00 am
in Building 4900 of the
Milton Campus of PJC. A
workshop presented by
watercolor artist Curtis W.
Derby will follow at 9 a.m.
His program, entitled "My
Artist Friends," will dis-
cuss general watercolor
insights and include a
Derby has pursued an
artistic career for over 40
years. He began as a board
artist/illustrator and more
recently has turned his cre-
ative talents to watercolors.
His architectural education,
received at Ohio State
University, serves him well
whether he's painting his-
torical buildings or nature's
settings. Mr. Derby paints
in a representational style
with a wide variety of sub-
ject matter. Muted colors
and strong composition
identify his work along
with a controlled nostalgia.
The workshop is from
9 to 11 a.m. Tuition for
non-members is $10. All
participants need to bring
is an open mind. No reser-
vations are necessary, but
more information is avail-
able by calling 995-9717.
Guests are always wel-
comed at SRAA meetings
and workshops. For more
information about the art
association, see their web
site, www.san-

Dozens welcomed to
the Milton Relay
for Life Team-A-

Milton PJC campus
recently hosted the Milton
Relay Team-a-Thon where
area teams registered,
picked their campsite and
got all the necessary infor-
mation to have a successful
Relay. Nicolas McIver,
Rachel McLeod and
William Jenkins, the 2008
Honorary Chairs, were
introduced to the group, as
were the members of the
Steering Committee. Jane
Vaughn of the Gold Wing
Road Riders shared her per-
sonal experience with can-
cer and stressed the impor-
tance of yearly mammo-
grams. In keeping with this
year's theme, "Relay for
Life... Giving the Light of
Hope From Coast to Coast."
the creative table displays
took the group on a tour of
various locations in the

Wednesday, November 7,
Robin & Christopher
Godwin, a daughter, Layla
Susanna Godwin, born
Wednesday, November 7, 2007.
Virginia & James Thomas,
a son, Jackson Charles
Thomas, born Wednesday,
November 7, 2007.
Amie & Bryan Thomas, a
son, Mason Bryan Thomas,
born Thursday, November 8,
Melissa J. Baker & Gary
R. Thurber, Jr., a son, Blake
Nicholas Thurber, born
Friday, November 9, 2007.
Kathryn & Matthew
Beach, a son, Gavin Lee
Beach, born Friday, November
9, 2007.
Nora D. King & Stanley R.
Boutwell, Jr., a daughter,
Adrianna Marie Boutwell,
born Friday, November 9,
Tonia R. & Andre M. de
Lima, a daughter, Olivia de
Lima, born Friday, November
9, 2007.
Amie L. & Robert A.
Bennis, a daughter, Alyssa
Christine Bennis, born
Friday, November 9, 2007.

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"The energy level was
outstanding, the outfits a
hoot, food was yummy,
table displays incredible
and the American Cancer
Society message as power-
ful as ever," said Kathy
Nettles, ACS Gulf Coast
Area Executive Director.
Joann Hardy, Event
Chair, thanked the follow-
ing for their generous dona-
tions: Chick-Fil-A,
Whataburger, Sonic, Great
American Cookie
Company, Buffalo Rock,
Leslie Gillespie and Dean
and Pam Webb.
The following early bird
teams registered and are wel-
comed to the team roster:
Pensacola Southern Cruisers,
Bagdad Elementary and
Team Mclver.
Milton Relay for Life
now has 38 registered teams
consisting of families, busi-

Pace, FL.
Mr. & Mrs. Granger of
Milton are very proud to
make this. announcement
of their daughter,

nesses, civic organizations,
clubs, churches and
schools. Relay for Life is
the ACS's version of an ath-
letic relay, but with a new
twist. Relay team's camp out
overnight and take turn's
walking, jogging or running
around the track while
enjoying hours of fun, food,
games, entertainment and
camaraderie in a huge cele-
bration of life.
By participating, you
and your team are raising
money to help find a cure
for cancer and support pro-
grams and services for those
fighting the battle right here
in our community.
To find out how your
team can join the May 2nd
& 3rd event, contact
Balinda Cook at
rolandnbalindna @bell- or Joann Hardy at
hardyj @mail.santarosa.kl2 or 529-0399.


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notice that it intends to utilize the uni-
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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Wednesday-November 14, 2007

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Wednesday November 14, 2007


December Menu released by Angel

Food Ministries -check it out!

Welcome to It's A
Blessing! Units of food are
made available to you
through Angel Food
Ministries on a monthly basis
at only $25 per unit. You may
purchase as many units as you
want. Each unit that you pur-
chase allows you to buy the
specials. December's distribu-
tion takes place Saturday.
December 15. from 8 to 9:30
a.m. Milton's host site is First
United Methodist Church,
located at 6830 Berryhill St.
Sign-up is Nov. 26, 27, 28
from 11 to 12:30 p.m. at the
Church Office. Also,
Wednesday, Nov. 28 from
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the
Fellowship Hall
December menu tenta-
tively is: (4) 5 oz. Ribeye

Steaks, (1) 2 lbs. Family
Lasagna Dinner, (1) 2 lbs.
Split Chicken Breast (2
pieces), (1) 1 lb. Honey
Roasted Pork Sausage, (1) 1
lb. Fully Cooked Chicken
Breast Fajitas, (1) 1 lb. Fully
Cooked Meatballs, (1) 1 lb.
All Meat Jumbo Hot Dogs,
(1) 3 lbs. Fresh Apples, (1) 8
oz. Biscuit Mix, (1) 1 lb. 3-
Way Veggie Mix (1) 1 lb. Cut
Corn, (1) 1 lb. Sliced Carrots,
(1) 14 oz. Chicken Broth, (1)
24 oz. Home-style Hash
Browns, (1) 6.5 oz.
Cheeseburger Dinner, (1) 10
ct. Home-style Waffles (1)
Dessert item
Special #1 at $18.00 is 7
lbs Giant Meat Combo Box, 2
lbs. Thick Cut Pork Chops (6
ct.), 2 lbs. Beef Ribs, 1 lb. Rib

Eye Steaks (2 x8 oz.), 1 lb.
Lean Beef Patties (4 x4 oz.), 1
lb. Italian Sausage.
Special #2 at $18.00 is 4
lbs. Choice Sirloin Box, (8) 8
ox.-Choice Sirloin Strips.
Special #3 at $18.00 is 10
lbs. Chicken Tenders Box, 10
lbs. Breaded Chicken
Holiday Special #4 at $24
Holiday Assorted Fruit
Each assorted box con-
tains: (5) Ruby Red
Grapefruit, (4) Golden
Delicious Apples, (4) Red
Delicious Apples, (6) Florida
Oranges, (6) Tangelos, (6)
Tangerines, (4) Blush Pears,
(4) Rome Apples, (4) Navel
Holiday Special #5 at $16

World-Wide Candle Lighting Ceremony
"...that their light may p.m. If you would like a child
always shine." Light a candle included, please contact
for all children who have died Margarita Vasquez by
on Sunday, December 9, 2007 November 28, 2007 at 626-
at 7 p.m. around the globe. 7188. At 7 p.m. the Candle i.
Join us at First United Lighting will begin. There [
Methodist Church of Pace, will be refreshments served
4540 Chumuckla Highway. afterwards. Please RSVP to
There will be a picture slide Margarita by December 4,
show of our children at 6:30 2007.

Arts & Crafts -Christmas Creations for

Missions -celebrates its 30th year!

The 30th Annual
Christmas Creations Arts &
Crafts Show and Luncheon,
sponsored by the United
Methodist Women (UMW) of
the First United Methodist
Church located in downtown
Pensacola is scheduled for
November 16-70.
According to Patricia
Thomas, Vendor Chairperson,
"We still have room for more
vendors and are very excited

to be welcoming back some
popular vendors from our
past shows. Some vendors
such as Debbie Crossland of
The Occasional Chef sells out
of her Jambalaya Mix and
Lemon Cheesecake Mix each
Other returning artisans
are Sara Mason, potter; Debra
Rodney, jeweler; and Marion
Hawks, watercolorist. The
show begins on November 16

Community Fish Fry
It's time Saturday, Nov. 17th from 11
again to enjoy a.m. to 1 p.m. Orders can be
a good made in advance. We are
fish fry. offering fresh mullet, baked
beans, Cole slaw and hush
* puppies. Come and enjoy the
feast with us!
To call your order in,
Chumuckla please call 995-4261. Sorry,
SU n i t e d we cannot deliver. We are
Methodist located 1/2 mile north of
Church .is Farmers Opry on Chumuckla
having - Highway. Donations will be
just the fish fry you are wait- accepted. See you there!
ing for. It is being held

from 1 - 6 p.m. and continues
on November 17 from 9 a.m.
- 4 p.m. A highlight each year
is the luncheon held on
Saturday at 11 a.m. The cost
is $8.
Whether you are interest-
ed in an application to partic-
ipate as a vendor or wish to
find out more information
such as how to RSVP for the
luncheon, visit www.pen-

"Jesus said unto her, I am
the resurrection, and the
he that believeth in me,
though he were dead,
yet shall he live:
And xwhosoeeei liveth and
belieeth in me shall neler
die. Believest thou this?
She saith unto him, Yea
Lord: I believe thou art the
Christ. the Son of God.
which should come into
the w orld." -John 11.

Holiday Gift (Meat &
Cheese Box)
Each gift box contains:
(1) 9 oz. Beef Sausage, (1) 9
oz. Beef Salami, (1) 9 ox.
Beef Summer Sausage, (3) 7
oz. Cheese (Cheddar, Smokey
Cheddar, Pepper Jack)
Holiday Special #6 at $14
Holiday Gourmet Coffee
Gift Special
Each box contains:
(1) 12 oz. House Blend,
(1) 12 oz. Hazelnut Cream,
(1) 12 oz. Guatemala
Food Stamps (EBT) are
Call 623-6683 for more

- Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Where does the phrase - 'ashes to
ashes, dust to dust' come from? I hear this at funerals all the
time, but I can't find it in the Bible." T.R. Milton
Dear T. R.
You won't find 'ashes to ashes, dust to dust' in the Bible.
The phrase comes from the funeral service in the Book of
Common Prayer, and it is based on Genesis 3:19 - which
states that man was created from the "dust of the earth."
Each church of the Anglican Communion has its own
version of the Book of Common Prayer. In the current
American version, it appears on page 485 (Burial Rite 1) and
on page 501 (Burial Rite 2) in a prayer that is said by the
priest as a handful of "earth" is ceremonially cast on top of
the coffin. It reads as follows,
"In sure and certain hope of the resurrection to eternal
life through our Lord Jesus Christ, we commend to Almighty
God our brother and we commit his body to the ground;
earth to earth; ashes to ashes, dust to dust. The Lord bless
him and keep him, the Lord make his face to shine upon him
and be gracious unto him and give him peace. Amen."
The funeral service has become part of the literary
resources of the English language and many Christian funer-
al services.
This understanding of 'ashes to ashes, dust to dust' is
also found in Psalm 90 -
Psalm 90:2-3
2-Before the mountains were born or you brought forth
the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you
are God.
3-You turn men back to dust, saying, "Return to
dust, 0 sons of men."
T. R., even though we all turn "back to dust" we all can
also live forever in the presence of the Lord Jesus in
Paradise. This is the promise of the Gospel. If you have not
already done so, I pray that you will call upon the Lord Jesus
to save you.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor of
Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International Youth
Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For more infor-
mation about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions for Ask The
Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351 Hickory Hammock
Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement

Attention Churches
This is just a reminder that all copy &
photos to be published on the Kornerstone
page must be turned in no later than the
previous Fridayq,at 5 p.m. for publication
on Wednesday. We want to publish your
information, but remember, it is first
come, first serve. You may submit it by
fax (623-2007), email (church@sr- or bring the copy by the office at
6629 Elva Street,
behind Regions Bank.
Holiday deadlines are earlier, please call
623-2120 for more information.

Poirier graduates
Naval Basic
t FHTNCi-Na% \
Seaman Recruit Robert V.
Poirier. son of Monica S.
Mack of Milton. FL,
recently completed U.S.
Navy basic training at
Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes,
IIl. During the eight-week
program. Poirier complet-
ed a variety of training.
which included classroom
stud. and practical instruc-
tion on na\al customs, first
aid. firefihtling. ',ver
safety and surn\ial. and
shipboard and aircraft
safety. An emphasis was
also placed on phi sical fit-
The capstone event of
boot camp is "Battle
Stations" This exercise
giles recruits the skills and
confidence the\ need to
succeed in the fleet.
"Battle Stations" is
designed to galvanize the
basic warrior attributes of
sacrifice, dedication, team-
work and endurance in
each recruit though the
practical application of
basic Navy skills and the
core %alues of Honor.
Couiaue and
Commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy' flavor w"as
designed to take into
account what it means to
be a Sailor.
Poirier is a 2005 grad-
uate ot Milton High
School of Milton. FL.

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Look who's now in Milton! It's Primerica Financial Services, very well represented!

Primerica Financial
Services's roots date back to
1977 when the company
embarked on a revolutionary
crusade to transform the life
insurance industry.
Its impressive "Buy Term
and Invest the Difference"
philosophy encouraged mid-
dle-income families to pur-
chase affordable term life
insurance so they could have
more money to invest in their
families's future.
Now, Primerica has
expanded its crusade to
address the Number One
financial disease facing fami-
lies today: Debt. It offers
solutions to help families
eliminate crippling debt from
their household finances and
save more of their hard-
earned money for the future.
As a subsidiary of
Citigroup, Primerica markets
first-rate financial products
and services from some of the
world's more recognizable
companies, some of which
Term Life Insurance -
Primerica Life Insurance
Company; Debt
Consolidation Loans -
Citicorp Trust Bank, fsb;
Citicorp Home Mortgage; and
Citibank, N.A; Mutual Fund
Investments - AGF Group of
Funds, American Funds, AIM
Investments, Franklin
Templeton Investments, Legg
Mason Partners Funds,
Oppenheimer Funds, Pioneer
Investments, Primerica
Concert Allocation Series and
Van Kampen Investments
Variable Annuities -
MetLife Investors and
Common Sense Funds; Long
Term Care Insurance-
Genworth Financial; Pre-
Paid Legal Services -
Primerica Legal Protection
Plan; Home Mortgage Loans
- CitiMortgage; and Home
Mortgage Refinancing -

Citicorp Trust Bank, fsb.
If you're like many peo-
ple, you're in the dark about
your finances. You pay your
bills each month and do your
best to prepare for the future.
But the truth is, there's only
so much money to go around,
and preparing for the future
can be overwhelming.
Primerica helps families
better understand their per-
sonal finances by offering the
Financial Needs Analysis
(FNA). The FNA gives a
detailed overview of a fami-
ly's current financial situation
and suggests a personalized
strategy for developing finan-
cial security. The FNA is
complimentary, confidential,
and customized for every
family that Primerica serves.
And Regional Vice
President, Margarita Vazquez,
is an independent representa-
tive of Primerica right here in
A native of New York,
and of Puerto Rican heritage,
she is a veteran of the Air
Force and has acquired a
BBA degree in Business.
She has always been pas-
sionate about helping people,
a trait which found an oppor-
tunity to express itself
through helping people
become debt free and finan-
cially independent.
In September of 1997,
she joined Primerica in a
part-time capacity. And you
know what? Her first client
was herself. With the assis-
tance of the Financial Needs
Analysis, she discovered her
own strengths and weakness-
es. With the amount of check
cards, the monies owed on
the cards, two car notes, a
mortgage payment, and no
life insurance, her family, she
discovered, was headed to
disaster if she or her husband
For seven years Margarita
worked with the company as
a part-time representative.
Then she decided, with the

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help of her part-time, inde-
pendent-representative hus-
band, Juan, to open her own
office in Milton. Juan and
Margarita, along with their
part time team, Vazquez
Visionaries, opened their
office here in April of 2005.
"I want to help people in
Milton and the surrounding
areas learn about money,"
Margarita said, citing finance
as one of the most important
subjects that people needed to
learn more about.
"There are so many fami-
lies who are in trouble and
think there are no solutions,"
she said. "I want to work with
those people that are willing
to seek the help they need to
better their lives."
And in this regard
Margarita says, "I have a
team of part-time representa-
tives that is learning to do
what Primerica taught me to
do: Learn to honestly care for

what is going on in the lives
of middle income families."
Margarita looks with
pride on her team of part-time
licensed agents who share her
passion for helping others.
"Let me tell you a little
about some of these part-time
licensed agents," she said.
"First of all, my awesome
husband, Juan, who is a still a
full-time police officer at
NAS Whiting Field, is my
biggest cheerleader and will
come to work with me full
time in the business when he
retires in two years."
Then, she went on to talk
about Heather Roberts who
has been with her since
before she opened the office
in Milton. "She is a currently
a student at PJC," Margarita
David Janer is another
member of her team whom
she described as "...currently
working for the Press Gazette

with the noble goal of eventu-
ally having his own Primerica
office." Neil Tabot is also an
agent who is a retired teacher
and who would like to have
an office of his own.
"Michael Cooney, who
has a passion to help people
get out of debt, and Elizabeth
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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette

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OS November 14, 2007

S1ortS Section B

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Road to Orlando starts Friday

Santa Rosa County has
five high school football teams
and four of them will see
action this Friday as the Road
to Orlando begins.
Ironically two of the
teams are very familiar with
one another as they start each
year with the kickoff classic.
And last season both
teams met in the opening
round, but this time Navarre
(7-3) will be visiting Pace,

who just completed its fourth
undefeated season under the
direction of Head Coach
Mickey Lindsey, at 7:30 p.m.
The other three seasons
were 1999, 2000, and 2005
when the Patriots -lost to Tim
Tebow and eventual state
champions Nease.
Navarre is making their
second consecutive playoff
appearance under coach Larry
Olson, whose spread offense
has posted 70 points in its last
two games.

"Navarre is a good team
and we better be ready for
them," said Lindsey. "I have a
lot of respect for Coach Olson
and anything can happen
when you are in the playoffs."
In the kickoff classic Pace
was able to make the big play
when necessary as they went
on to win 13-7.
Now Pace will have to see
if they can stop the high flying
offense of Navarre led by
Austin Grimm, who has
thrown for nearly 700 yards in

the last two games.
While Grimm and his
receiving corps could be a
problem, Pace has several
weapons of their own.
Many of those weapons -
Airi Johnson and Riley
Hawkins to name a couple -
were idle last Friday when
Pace thumped Lake City
Christian Academy.
But that didn't keep Pace
from having some concern as
T.P. Holstien suffered an
injured foot.

"In these games you don't
want any of your guys hurt,"
said Lindsey. "That is the
worse part of these kind of
"There is always the pos-
sibility a player will get hurt,
but I think everyone will be
fine for Navarre."
Another team that appears
to be fairly health is Jay, who
finished the regular season 8-2
and primed for their first post-
season appearance since 2002,
when they travel to Mayo

Lafayette at 6:30 p.m. local
Ironically in 2002, Jay
entered the post season 8-1
and defeated Port St. Joe,
North Florida Christian, and
Cottondale before losing to
eventual state champion
Trinity Christian 42-7 in the
State Semifinals.
This year the road will not
be very easy for the Royals as
they visit Lafayette (Mayo)
High School, who is 9-1 on
See FRIDAY Page 2B

Eagles ground

Panthers 24-6

The Milton Panthers
pushed their schedule and on
Friday it caught up with them.
After a very competitive
first half the Pine Forest
Eagles took advantage of
some tired 'Cats to win 24-6.
Milton (8-2) was playing
their third game in just six
school days when they arrived
at Pine Forest on Friday.
After a scoreless first
quarter it was the Eagles who
found the end zone first as
Pine Forest quarterback David
Lawrence rushed for 29 yards
after calling his own number
in the huddle to go up 6-0.
- But Milton came right
back as Eddie Lynn hauled in
a two-yard pass from Panther

quarterback Dustin Land to tie
the game at 6-6.
The Panthers, who where
coming off a 50-35 win over
Navarre on Monday, went to
the passing game a little more
as Land went 3-for-3 on the
scoring drive for 63 yards.
It remained tied until half-
time, but that is when the
Eagles went to work.
Pine Forest started from
the Milton 48 on the heels of a
strong kickoff return, which
set up Lawrence's 38-yard
dash to the end zone.
A few minutes later the
Eagles found themselves in
excellent field position as
Land fumbled a hand off
which gave the Eagles the ball
on the Panthers 12.
See MILTON Page 2B

Florida Freedom Newspapers
BAKER - Jay made the
long trip awaiting them at the
end of the regular season
along Highway 4 to Baker and
made it three consecutive wins
over their neighboring rival
Despite a strong effort
from the Gators, Jay held on to
win 34-27 and in doing so
notched their eighth win of the
Things did not get off to a
good start for Jay as Marcus
Jones nabbed an interception
off of Jay quarterback Brandt
Hendricks and ran the ball 23
yards for a touchdown.
But when the second quar-
ter rolled around, Hendricks
answered back after a six-play
drive and dove in a yard for
the touchdown.
And that's when things
started to heat up.
Baker quarterback
Cameron Domangue found
Billy Whatmough for ,a 42-

yard touchdown and a 14-7
Baker lead.
But Hendricks seemed
persistent enough to break
Baker's defense and rushed in
2 yards for another touchdown
with 6:46 left in the half.
The shootout wasn't over
The Royals had another
opportunity off an interception
by Chris Carringan and moved
the ball down the field to give
Hendricks another opening
from 1-yard out for a touch-
The Gators tied it up at the
half after Whatmough caught
his second pass of the night
for a touchdown.
It wasn't until 9:04 in the
third quarter when Jay broke
away when Hendricks once
again rushed 34 yards for a
Royal touchdown.
"Anytime you play a big
emotional game against a rival
like this a win is a win," said
Jay Head Coach Elijah Bell.
See JAY Page 2B

(Above) Pace defensive line man Vance Smith and a teammate not listed on their roster sack the Lace City Christian Academy quar-
terback in the end zone for a safety at the start of the second quarter. The Patriots jumped out to a 37-0 lead before cruising to a 58-
14 victory and their four undefeated season under head coach Mickey Lindsey. (Below) Tyler Bousson hauls in a pass from Aaron
Munoz early in the first quarter to set up a Pace touchdown.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin

Patriots pound

Lake City 58-14

sports @
The heirs of John Phillip
Sousa could be visiting Pace
High School in hopes of col-
lecting some royalty money
for the playing of Starts and
Stripes Forever - which the
band plays after every touch-
A few band members
might have passed out for a
lack of air in the first quarter
as Pace score 21 points en
route to a 58-14 victory.
Pace took the opening
kickoff and went 60 yards in
five plays as Vinny Orlando
scored from six yards out as
the Patriots went up 7-0 with
10:22 remaining.

Lake City sputtered out of
the gate on their first posses-
sion as a snap over the head of
the Eagles quarterback cost
them 18 yards and forced a
punt from the end zone.
Prior to the ball being
snapped it was resting on the
Eagles 6, and went Pace took
over it was on the Eagles 6.
Four plays later Aaron
Munoz found Tyler Hint for a
five-yard touchdown pass as
Pace went up 14-0 following
an Eric Martinez kick with
7:17 remaining in the first
Lake City would turn the
ball over on an interception by
Pace's Kolby Bosen and four
See PACE Page 2B

Rasmussen takes Rotary

5K Run/Walk on Saturday

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The Milton Rotary Club
enjoyed great weather as they
held their first 5K run/walk.
Busting the tape first out
of a field of nearly 70 was
Rich Rasmussen, who is sta-
tioned at Whiting Field.
Rasmussen finished the
course, which was along the
heritage trail in a time of
Sandy Eubanks took the
top spot in the women's divi-
sion with a time of 21:45.
"I thought it was a good
fair 5K," said Rasmussen. "It
was optimal running weather
today compared to what I am

use to running in around this
time of year.
"My goal heading into this
race was to come in below 18
minutes and I am pleased I
was able to do that."
The run/walk was a first
ever event for the Milton
Rotary Club and they are
looking to grow the event each
year as the participants cov-
ered a wide range of ages.
Santa Rosa Christian
School also offered a great
number of participants in the
competition, as they appeared
to be the largest group of those
who participated.
Rasmussen is planning on
See RUN Page 2B

Royals put the

bite on Gators

Rich Rasmussen, who is stationed at Whiting Field, was the first
runner to cross the finish line at the Milton Rotary Cluk 5K
Run/Walk along the Heritage Trail in Milton.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

Milton's TeAngela Williams goes up for two in Milton's game
against Pensacola Catholic on Saturday at the conclusion of
the Milton Tip-Off Classic. Milton loss the game 54-48. More
scores and girls basketball action can be found on Page 2B.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin




Continued From Page One
plays later Pace was up
21-0 as Tyler Hunt punched it
in from seven yards out.
"It was good to get all of
the guys out there to play
tonight," said Pace Head
Coach Mickey Lindsey, who
posted his fourth undefeated
regular season at Pace. "These
kids practice hard all year and
are a good group to work
Lindsey's good group
turned a 21-0 lead into a 37-0
lead very quickly in the third
Vance Smith, who has
committed to Auburn, regis-
tered a safety with 10:13
remaining in the first half.
And after the free kick
Munoz found Tyler Bousson
for a 40 yard strike to make it
30-0 in favor of Pace.
Pace had started unload-
ing the bench when the
defense stopped the Eagles
near midfield.
Six plays later David
Casey ran for 16 yards to
make it 37-0.
But Lake Cit\ was not
going to be outdone as Jerry
Thomas capped an 80 yard
drive with a 29 yard pass
reception to make it 37-6.
Pace looked ready to score
again, but a turnover in the red
zone led to Demetrius Sippio
running around end for 95
yards and the score to make it
37-14 after Thomas added the
two point conversion.
Munoz and Pace would
answer pack with a 10 yard
pass to Corey Strange as the
horn sounded to make it 44-
14, as Greg Peranich took over
kicking duties.
The second half went
much quicker with an eight
minute running clock, as Pace
would tack on two more
Chris Hughes went 15
yards for a score in the third
quarter and Patrick Coogan
rushed for 24 yards in the
fourth quarter as Pace reward-


Continued From Page One
"It doesn't matter how
many points you win by or
how you win, it is a win."
Despite all their efforts,
Baker, trailing 28-27 in the
fourth quarter, couldn't
come out on top inside the
last two minutes. Hendricks
drove the stake in even far-
ther with his last 1-yard
touchdown, giving him all


Continued From Page One
the year.
Their only loss came' in
the first game of the season to
Keystone Heights 16-0.
Bell knows this will not
be an easy game.
"Mayo is the best team we
will play all year," said Bell. "I
think we will be ready because
we have played four or five
strong teams this season."
The problem is simulating
the speed they will see.
"You can't simulate the
speed in practice," said Bell.
"But I feel we can quickly
make the adjustments and we
have seen the speed necessary
to compete against a team like
"They can't simulate how
we play in practice just like
we can't simulate them."
Bell says his group is a
close to 100 percent as possi-

Milton Run

Continued From Page One
Two plays later it was
Jarnarious Green going five
yards to make it 21-6 after a
SevenIf. -:J extra point.
',. ,n could not put much
-.. i in the second half
despite the 186 yards passing
registered by Land.
Pine Forest would add a
25 yard field goal late to make
it 24-6.
M.!. --. Coach Mike
McMillion was unavailable
for comment.

Pace's David Casey breaks free from the Lake City Christian Academy defense Friday as the Patriots rolled to a 58-14 victory. Casey scored on a 16-yard run to make it
37-0 early in the second quarter.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

ed senior Ronald Castleberry
with the chance to kick the
extra point.
"He showed everyone he
knew what he was doing," said
Pace Assistant Coach Bill
Jernigan, who made the call to
send Castleberry out to kick.
"He kicks for us at practice
and he did a great job for us in
that situation."
Lindsey was surprised by
the fourth undefeated season,
with the last one coming in
"This was a new bunch,"
said Lindsey. "An undefeated
season was not one of our
goals, but it says a lot about

five touchdowns scored for
the Royals.
Stephen James of Jay
closed the books on Baker's
final push with an intercep-
In the win Hendricks
only needed to complete
three passes for 25 yards
while he gained 164 yards
on 26 carries to lead the
Royals rushing attack.

ble at this point of the season.
The Milton (8-2) camp is
still trying to catch its breath
after playing three games in
six school days.
If there is a positive about
their first round playoff match
up it is they are familiar with
their opponent - Ft. Walton
But being familiar with
your opponent could also be
very bad.
In the opening game of
the season the Panthers
defeated FWB 31-14, as they
were able to contain the
spread offense employed by
the Vikings.
The question is can they
do it two times this season and
can they do it successfully at
the Vikings home field, where
some strange occurrences
have happened during a foot-
ball game.

Continued From Page One
being at the next race as well.
"I am looking forward to
running in this event for the
next three years," said
Rasmussen. "The course itself
is flat and fast and there is
plenty of shade for you to
enjoy as well."
Other results from the
event were not available at
press time, when the results
become available you can find
them at



Pace's Ashley Fabery splits two Escambia County defenders on her way to the basket. Pace defeated Escambia 53-47 Saturday
night in Milton.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin

\Tip-of action

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(Left) Tessa Hendricks drives the baseline for a shot in the Lady Royals 40-39 win over East Hill. (Right) Brooke Daughtery shoots
for two as the Lady Jags fell to Northview 38-31 on Thursday night.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Wednesday-November 14, 2007

Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Page 2-B



Milton Skate Park:
The Milton Skate Park
will be closed tem-
porarily for mainte-
nance and landscaping
upkeep through Nov.
Referees needed:
City of Milton Parks
and Recreation is in
need of youth basket-
ball referees.
The season will get
underway the first
weekend in January.
For more informa-
tion call 983-5466.
Pace Youth
Basketball League
evaluation: Evaluation
for the Pace Youth
Basketball League will
be held Nov. 17 from 8
a.m to 1 p.m. at the
Pace High Gym.
A draft will follow
the evaluation session
for the various age
All players must
attend their respective
time slots.
For more infoma-
tion call 995-3676 or
East Milton Youth
Basketball: The East
Milton Youth
Association will offer
basketball this season.
Young people agest
four to 18 can play.
Registration will
get underway Nov. 15
at the EAst Milton
Recreational Park from
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and

will continue every
Tuesday and Thursday
through Dec. 15.
Saturday registra-
tion will be from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more informa-
tion call 626-8265 or
Milton Boys
Soccer Fundraider:

The Milton
School Boys
programs is
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These would be a
perfect items with the
upcoming holiday sea-
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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 informa-
tion 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
For more informa-
tion call 983-5466.

Thon f

's Talk
v" Bowl-A-
or Education:
Santa Rosa

E d u c a t i o n
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
Foundation Teacher
Grants and Take Stock
in Children.
Minimum entry fees
are $300 for a six
member team and $400
for an eight member
Prizes will be
awarded for raising the
most money, frame
bowl challenges and
first, second, and third
Each member of the
last place team will
take home a frozen

Lane sponsors will
have their business
name and information
displayed on a lane
Visit the SREF web-
s i t e
www.santarosa.kl 2.fl.u
s/sref to downlaod an
entry form or call 983-
5043 for more informa-
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 memberships and is
designed to conduct
nationally ranked tour-
naments on courses
throughout Florida,
Georgia, South Carolina,
and Alabama.
For more information
or to register for the
tournament visit their
website at
More activities can
be found at
. Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you cfi check
on activities by Zip code
or activity. And you are
also more than welcome
to enter your events
there as well.

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Milton's Joe Baker celebrates winning the Pro-Mod
Championship at the Third Annual Heads Up Nationals held at
Emerald Coast Dragway on Saturday in Holt. Baker's winning
time on the eighth-mile dragstrip was 4.02 seconds in his
'Gotham City' Willys.
Photo courtsey of Joe Culpepper

Joe Baker cooks

the competition

Emerald Coast Dragway
HOLT - Joe Baker gave
his fans plenty to cheer
about late Saturday night
during -the third annual
Heads Up Nationals at
Emerald Coast Dragway in
Baker, from nearby
Milton, stormed down the
eighth-mile strip in his
'Gotham City' Willlys in
4.02 seconds to win the
marquee Pro-Mod champi-
onship with a lightning-
quick speed of 186.62
miles per hour against
Tennessee's Bob Mandell.
The victory, worth
$3,000, brought cheers
from a crowd estimated at
2,500 in a benefit for
Florida Elks' Children's
"It feels good to win,"
Baker said minutes after
his earth-shaking run. "We
travel to other states to
race and nobody back
home knows about it. It's
neat when it's at home."
Pro-Mod racing has
been described as Pro
Stock cars on steroids - the
bad boys of the dragstrip.
Pro-Mods are reminiscent
of the early days of Funny
Car racing, featuring full-
bodied vehicles loosely
based on production mod-
els. The methanol-fueled
engines produce in excess
of 2,700 horsepower in a
span of four seconds.
Baker recently finished
second in the season-end-
ing American Drag Racing
League Pro-Mod
Championship at Houston,
Texas. The ADRL is a
more affordable, regional-
based alternative to the
big-money world of
National Hot Rod
Association (NHRA) rac-
Baker scored his first
ADRL victory in a similar
Pro Extreme class during

May in Valdosta, Ga.,
where he posted a searing
3.95-second run in the
same car.
Saturday at Emerald
Coast Dragway, Baker and
his crew struggled during
qualifying and elimina-
tions before hitting on the
perfect engine perform-
ance in the semifinals - a
blistering 4.01-second run
at 185.85 mph to beat Ron
Stokes of Columbus, Miss.
Against Mandell and a
1955 Chevrolet Nomad in
th� final, Baker was even
quicker. Mandell experi-
enced an equipment failure
and coasted to a 64-mph
"We had been fighting
it all day," Baker said. "We
kept sneaking up on it, and
we finally got it dialed in. I
knew it would do a 4.02 or
about that. It was a real
good run.
"In the semis when we
first got a handle on it, we
could have whipped it up a
little more. But we didn't
want to throw it away. It
worked out."
Mandell, from
Culleocka, Tenn., reached
the final with a run of
168.65 mph against
Dwayne Watkins of
Rosemark, Tenn. He was
disappointed he couldn't
give Baker more of a run
for the money in the
"She lost a blower belt,
took the fuel system out
with it," Mandell explained
of his car's mishap during
the final race. "We had a
little fireball there for a
second. I shut the pump
off, and we're OK.
"You've got to have
everything perfect. These
things are time bombs;
you're trying to rotate the
earth when you drive these
Pro-Mod cars. It's just
unbelievable how things
happen in this sport."

7,C omhunhllit'y 1Sports

Tanglewood County Club
Nov. 10 and Nov. 11, 2007

Mens Club Champion: Keith
Cone - 146
Ladies Club Champion:
Charlotee Wheeler - 153
Mens Senior Club Champion:
Gary Mooneyham - 151
Ladies Senior Champion:
Nancy Welch 163
Mens Super Senior Club
Champion: Danny Locklear -
Ladies Super Senior
Champion: Evelyn Milbrath 182
Mens Handicap Champion: Jeff
Perez - 134
Ladies Handicap Champion:
Bobbi Utt 137

Championship Flight
1st Place: Keith Cone 146
2nd Place: Johnny Pyland
1st Place: Jared Floyd 135
2nd Place: Gary Mooneyham

1st Flight(Men)
1st Place: Dan Smith 153
2nd Place: Danny Locklear 156

1st Place: Mike Wilson 138
2nd Place: Huston Smith 141

2nd Flight(Men)
1st Place: Paul Geise 159
2nd Place: Glenn Nunn 164
1st Place: Lee McGinnnis 143
2nd Place: Gene Clark 147

3rd Flight(Men)
1st Place: Ray Sutton 164
2nd Place: Don Sweeney 166
1st Place: Jeff Perez 134
2nd Place: Dicky Hartley 148

1st flight(women)
1st Place: Charlotte Wheeler
2nd Place: Angie Watson 158
1st Place: Nancy Welch 145
2nd Place: Joyce Carpenter 152

2nd Flight(women)
1st Place: Bobbi Utt 179
2nd Place: Dewitt Nobles 190
1st Place: Marilou Henson 138
2nd Place: Virginia Smith 150

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WHEREAS Donnie L Peebles
PETITIONED the Board of
County Commissioners of Santa
Rosa County, Florida, to vacate,
abandon, discontinue and re-
nounce any interest and right of
the public in and to the allow-
ing described property to-wit:

The portion of Collee Street
which lies between lot 5 Block
H and Lot 1, Block G in the Flor-
idatown Subdivision as re-
corded in Deed Book 1522,
paoe 325, of the public records
of Santa Rosa County, Florida.
AND WHEREAS, The Board of
County Commissioners deter-
mined to have a public hearing
for the purpose of considering
the advisability of vacating and
abandoning said rights-of-way,
WHEREAS, the Board of County
Commissioners have on this the
8th day of November, 2007,
conducted said public hearing
in conformity to the said publi-
cation of their intent, and
WHEREAS, after hearing all
comments concerning said va-
cation of the above described
riahts-of-way, the Board, being
fuly advised, and it being de-
termined that the public interest
will be best served and andpro-
tected by vacating and aban-
doning said rights-of-way, there-
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of County Commissioners of
Santa Rosa County, Florida,
that the said rights-of-way as
herein set out and described
ore hereby vacated and any
and all interest to the public
shall revert to and be vested in
the proper owners thereof.
a vote of 5 yeas, 0 nays, and 0
absent of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida this 8th day of
November, 20d7,

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The Board of County Commis-
sioners of Santa Rosa County
Florida will receive sealed bids
from qualified licensed Contrac-
tors for the construction of the
Navarre Soccer Park lift station
and utility improvements. This
work includes tie inslallalion of
a lift station and appurtenances
as shown on the project plans
and in the project manual.
All bids must be original and
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or
mail to the Santa Rosa County
Procurement Department, 6495
Caroline Street Suite G, Milton,
Florida, 3257d, and must be re-
ceived by 10:60 a.m., Decem-
ber 11 2007, at which time
bids will be opened and read
aloud. All interested parties are
invited lo attend. Bids are to be
sealed and clearly labeled
"BID - Navarre Lift Station
and Utility Improve-
ments." Bids received after
this time will be rejected and re-
urned to the bidder unopened.
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specifications may be secured IMPACT FEES, V-2.8 INDE-
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ect should be directed to Re - STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS;
becca Jones at (850) V-2.13 AMENDMENT PRO-
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waive informalities in bids, to ALL ORDINANCES OR POR-
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without cause, and to accept CONFLICT HEREWITH, AND
the bid that in its judgment is in PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
the best interest of Santa Rosa DATE.
County, Florida.
This Ordinance is on file in the
Santa Rosa County does not dis- City Clerk's office for inspec-
criminate on the basis of race, lion. Any interested party may
color, national origin, sex, remi- appear at the meeting and be
gion, age, or handicapped sta- heard with respect to the pro-
lus in employment or provision posed Ordinance.
of service. This the 9TH day of November,
B order of the Board of County
commissioners of Santa Rosa Dewitt Nobles
County, Florida. City Clerk
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PATRICIA ANN BEATTY thority has Canceled its requ-
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Deceased. p.m., Wed nesdpyNovember
4,Deceased2007, ana December
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ceased, whose date of death fu1 it 1on 1a, (850)
was August 17 2007 ispend- er inrmaion ca(850)
lng in the Circuit Court for 981-2718.
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Turn on Ward Basin Rd., Save $1,000 will sell
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units (6), F/S & 6/S 995-0606
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Craft Extravaganza Sat.
Nov. 17th, 6.30am-? 4100 - Help Wanted
Community of Christ 4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
Church inside. 110 Ray- 4120 - Sales
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starting at 7:30am. If other various account-
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Milton hrs/wk, and report to
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Two Households Sat. in Birmingham. Hours
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5430 Pine Barron7Ra., experience a must.
Berryhill to Anderson. Pleaseemail resumes
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er/dr er, CH with win- aarbaqe furnished.
dow A/C's $350/mth $450/mth $200/dep.
$350/security dep. Total electric, no pets.
Month to month rent. Bay Crest Realty
Military welcome 994-7918
995-0606 or 748-9218
ask for Jeni leave
Milton 6200
Single parent looking
for responsible individ- Navarre Gulf Breeze
ual. Al utilities included line. 100' on Pensacola
(Satelite internet, laundry Bay. Furnished 2 br
access, 0ool) Short term camp. 200' dock. 20x20
ok. $500/mth 626-2671 deck. $950mo. Call
Navarre- Lg WF 1 br, 217-1853 or 939-4060
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Postal Jobs
&17.33 to $27.58/hr.
Now Hiring. For applica-
tion and free government
job info. Call American
Association of Labor.
24 hr Employment
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 DogwoodT"laza.
Wanted energetic out-
going person to train in
real estate related activi-
ties. Send resume to PO
Box 422, Milton, FL

5100 - Business
5110 - Money to Lend

Curbing Business
for sale
Complete. $6000 co-op
with friends and or neigh-
bors. Do your landscap-
ing. Then sell the busi-
ness. 626-1062

6100 - Business/
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

For sale or rent Historic
Home zoned RC-1, 1-
block off of Hwy 90. Ad-
jacent to Courthouse.
$1 850/mth or
$219,000. 623-0947 or
Professional office
space. 1200 SF totally
renovated. Available
Dec. 1st. $1200/mth.Lo-
cated behind Pen Air
Federal Credit Union off
of Dogwood Dr.
Navarre 1500sf office
suite, like new, in profes-
sional complex, Hwy 98.
$1400mo. 420-7201

2/1 Duplex New appli-
ances and carpet.
2/BR 1/BA near Whit-
ing Field $550/mth
$550/security Don
Cumbie Realty
Point Baker
2/BR 1/BA duplex. By
appointment only. Mini-
mum of 6 mth lease. No
pets. 623-6985 or

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S 7150
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
Approx. 25 wooded
acres on Route 4, near
Jay. Contact John Byrd
20 Acres for sale.
Will not break up.

East Milton
3/2 Doublewide. lot.
size is 80 x 200
$70,000. Owner
financing. Don Cumbie

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

99 Mercury Grand
Marquis GS, Excellent
Condition, new Mitchellin
Tires and brakes. 93K,
Asking $7195. Call:
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or

Ford F-150 SWB
1988 6-CYL, AC, auto
trs. needs a new home.
$800.00 626-3141

- 8140R
1994 Custom Astro Van
4 Captain Seats/full rear
seat or bed. 1 Owner
55K miles $4000
Call: 623-3533

1986 Honda Rebel
250CC under 6,000
miles. 50-60 miles per
gallon. Great for student
male or female. Runs
3"or $ ,1200 firm.
384-2386 or 623-9112

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Route 87.

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1800Sf. 623-5618 M E

Milton S T
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doors. Excellent location.
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| 8120 8160

2006 Toyota Avalon,
Touring. Like new, excel 2005 Honda 250TRX
lent condition one Sport Track $2000 obo
owner, driven only Io- ver low miles and I kids
cally. Power package, 2005 150CC BiaChief
fully loaded, manex- 626400. Call after .
tras, sun roof, dark red 626-2671
with black leather inte-
rior 14300 miles 2007 Harley Davidson
sell Call: 850-623-1446 1200 Custom Sportster
H2 Hummer with accessories.
2003 554-0313
Yellow, 41K mi. Adven-
ture pkg, super cha rer,
new tires. $39K ba.
850 337-5167
[-7--__ 8170
11 K 20" Chrome rims with
I- 0 Iowprofile tires $1000
oboa 293-036/
1995 Chevy S 10 P/U _______29 100
4-cylinder rebuilt motor-
with tool box, runs great,
standard shift. Must sell.
Asking $2300.
626- 130 8220
2007 Tundra SR5,
7,000 miles. Gun metal Looking for
Gray, bucket seats. Dead 2000 Yamaha
Many extras, new rails. GP800 waverunner (or
623-8565 or compatable year) to rob
850-450-3764 or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
Ford F150 '05 message if no answer.
31k miles, 4x4, ext cab,
bedliner, great shape,
dark gray, $16800 36' Monaco
obo. Cal 420-3160 Knight
2001 Diesel, 2 slide
. . rn Vouts, paired w/2004
UEW TUUO A Jeep Cherokee Limited
S" Ltd. pw/aux. braking for
safest travel. $90K. Must
sell make offer.
, ATORi A 856-939-2218

3BR/1 '2BA to share a
All utilities included, home. All house privi-
Downtown Milton, Living legs utilities included.
space 2200 sq ft. on 95/month with
water, large fireplace, $Sm deposit. Cll
AC/HC, patio, formal liv- 995- 125 o -. 103
ingroom, diningroom, 995-1125 or 463-4103
breakfast bar any disabil-
ities, furnished, cable TV,
microwave, small appli- " eJiI iiI
ances, private parking, | 6160
$795+ Dep.
850-983-8195 Milton/Munson
Long or short term.
Bandad Quie' non-smokin envi-
3BR/2BA for rent. ronment. Kitchen laun-
Central H/A, Ventura dry, utilities, satelite TV,
Blvd, Bagdad. fax, internet, unlimited
$675mth/$675dep long distance included.
850-957-4002 $295/mth. 957-4616

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Small 1/BR house i g
$700/mth $150/dep., | 6170
utilities furnished. No
pets. 623-8415 East Milton
Nice, clean 3/BR 2/BA
East Milton remodeled mobile home
Nice 3/2 w/new carpet on quiet country acre. 5
& paint (inside and ouft minutes to 1-10.
refrigerator, as stove & Non-smoking, lease, de-
firep ace. O6f 110 & 87 posit & references.
$85O/mth $400/dep. $600/mth. 623-9623
850-276-7993 For Rent
Fema Mobile Home
Jay/Milton/Pace 3/2. East Gate Mobile
Rentals 2 & 3 Home Ranch 626-8973
bedrooms. $400-$650 Milton
per month. Call 2/1 Mobile Home near
994-5703 Whiting Field $450/mth
Milton Don Cumbie Realty
Plantation Woods Call:Barbara 377-6787
Subdivision, 2006 brick
home,9048 Tara Circle Milton
1350sf. 3/BR 2/BA 2/2 on Avalon Blvd. To-
$775/mth Security De- tal Electric. 626-0919
posit $495.12 mth Milton
lease/referfences 2/2 Total electric very
required Small pets ok nice. East Gate Mobile
582-7222 Home Ranch. 626-8973
Milton/Pace Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
3/BR 2/BA, double-car lot. Total electric. No pets
garage. New tile & car- $625/mth $300/dep.
pet. Military clause hon- 5049 Ridaeway
ored. $950/mth Bay Crest Realty
$800/deposit. Call 994-7918
______________ Milton
Quiet Clean Park
EVWI A Rent includes water, gar-
f bage and lawn service.
ff VI I �No Pets.
3/2 for $450/mth
Navarre- 4 br, 2 ba, 2 2/2 for 500/mth
cq, tiled, screened porch) 2/1 for $365/mth,
lake Near Hurlburt Avail Call 255-7772
12/'1 $1200. 217-3716 Milton
Pace RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
$250/mth water & gar-
4BD/2BA behind bage included.
Pea Ridge Elementry. 623-8753
$850 per month. MOBILE HOMES for
850-232-9700 rent call for pricing and
Pea Ridge Area 850-983-1091 or
3/2 1600 sf. $800/mth 850-368-7506
Don Cumbie Realty Pace
Call: Barbara 377-6787 2/1 bath. Total electric,
Pollard Paul. Water &
arba e furnished.
S 0435No mth' $200/dep.
o S n pets.1Bay Crest Realty
Do Something ,97918
Good For 2/25116 Ridgewa
Blvd. Private lot tota,
electric, no pets.
Tomorrow $525/mth $3,o/dep.
1111 oro Bay Crest Realty
2-Mobile Homes, nice,
clean & quiet. No pets.
RECYCLE! $400/damage deposit.
, Help with the 1 st mths
rent. 995-1717
3/2 Doublewide private
lot. 4832 Guernsey Rd.
Total electric,_no pets.
$750/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
Mobile Home in park.
3/BR 1/BA. Totalelec-
tric, no pets. $525/mth
D AY1 ay C%, rest Realty





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