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WEDNESDAY

BjD ecember12, 2007


Body in Pace area dumpster is


identified


7 Autopsy points to homicide


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.com
The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office is conducting
an investigation in connection
with a homicide after a dead
body was found in a trailer
park dumpster in Pace.
Authorities have identi-
fied the deceased as Juan
Antonio Enrique Rodriquez, a
43-year-old Hispanic male.
The cause of death is not
being released at this time, but


officials
report the
incident is
being .
investigat-
ed as a
homicide

autopsy
reports
confirmed
foul play.
T wo Rodriguez
"persons of interest" are in


custody on unrelated charges.
Their identities and informa-
tion on how they are suspect-
ed to be connected with the
incident have not been
released.
The body was discovered
at a trailer park on Bay Cedar
Lane off of Jernigan Road in
Pace.
Investigators are attempt-
ing to identify the location
that the crime actually
occurred.


Commissioners to I


study possible sites

07 Workshop planned for 2008 .....


By RYAN ARVAY

Five potential judicial
facility sites were presented to
the Santa Rosa County Board
of Commissioners, Monday.
Chairman John Broxson
began the discussion by ask-
ing the commissioners if they
felt it was
possible to :
narrow
Satheir rw
I h e i r
choices
down to
two prop-
erties by .
the meet-
ing's end
in hopes of
simplify-
ing the BROXSON
decision
making process.
Those hopes were dashed
right away.


"There are enough
nuances and complexities in
these proposals that I would
like to go to a workshop," said
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin, who represents the
Navarre area of Santa Rosa
County. "I think the public
would like full consideration.
"I think to narrow it down
to two today... I'm afraid
something would be over-
looked."
Goodin was not alone in
his conviction that there is
entirely too much to consider
and too much at stake to reach
a conclusion, or even narrow
the field, prior to a Thursday
vote.
The commissioners did
agree they would vote on a
proposed workshop to be held
after Jan. 1.
A public workshop would
See STUDY Page 4A


Crewmembers with Tidewater Shanska/Flatiron Constructors walk the newly completed west-bound expanse of the 1-10 Escambia Bay
Bridge, set to open today. A ceremony marking the completion of the second phase in the two and a half year project will be held at
noon with Governor Charlie Crist in attendance.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay




Go west on 1-10 today



U7 Post-Ivan traffic will return to normal


By RYAN ARVAY
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Governor Crist will be
among those to welcome the
first cars across the west-
bound portion of the 1-10
Escambia Bay Bridge which
opens today after a special
ceremony to commemorate
the event at noon.
Officials say the bridge
will be dedicated to David
Bogan, a Federal Department
of Transportation Project
Manager who died from brain
cancer during its construction.
During this past week


crews have been striving to
complete such last minute
details as additional road strip-
ing and installing an overhead
sign. These finishing touches
mark the completion of a proj-
ect that has yielded 5.2 miles
of road, in two and a half
years, constituting 1.35 mil-
lion man-hours.
Last Thursday an appreci-
ation luncheon was held at the
highest point of the bridge
with members of the con-
struction crew taking a break
over fried fish and hush pup-
pies courtesy of Olive Baptist


Church in Pensacola.
Project manager Jay
Erwin, with Tidewater
Shanska / Flatiron
Constructors expressed his
gratitude to his crew for giv-,
ing the bridges back to the
community after they were
extremely damaged during
Hurricane Ivan.
"We wish to thank our
employees for the hard work
and diligence they've shown
in the construction of this
bridge," he said. "There have
been a lot of long hours, a lot
of commitment, and a lot of


sacrifice."
After the west bound traf-
fic begins flowing next week,
Erwin says crews will turn
their attention to Phase II
work on the East bound
bridge, including removing
the cement barriers and re-
striping it for its final traffic
pattern.
In addition to being com-
pleted ahead of schedule, the
1-10 Bridges have won sever-
al awards says Erwin, such as
the award for best design for a
span greater than 150 feet,
See BRIDGE Page 4A


Three arrested for methamphetamine


By JOSHUA WILKS

The Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Office arrested three people in
Pace last week in connection
with trafficking in
Methamphetamine and pos-
session of chemicals to manu-
facture methamphetamine, the
Sheriff's Office reported.
Those arrested included
Darrell Winston Smith, 25,
who was being held on a
$150,000 bond: Michael
Wayne Hall, 32, who was held
on a $55,000 bond; and
Brittany Brooke Smith, 16,


who was transferred to
Department of Juvenile
Justice.
On Thursday, the Santa
R o s a
Sheriff's .
Office
Narcotics
U n i t
responded
to 3908
Legend
Cree k
Circle in
Pace after
receiving


informa


Darrell Smith


tion there was methampheta-
mine possibly being produced
there.
According to officials,
after the F
narcotics
detectives
arrived, e d,
they were " -"1
able to
verify the . - .1
likelihood
o f
metham- %f
phetamine -.
being pro-
duced at Brooke Smith


that location.
Detectives followed the
suspects and observed one of
them leaving the residence
and pur- ..
chasing ' *
chemicals
at a local ,
store nec- , , ..
essary for
the pro- " I
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phetammine, '*

said.


Deputies contacted the
owner of the house who
allowed officials to search the
residence. The house is owned
by Christopher Janes of
Pensacola, according to the
county property appraiser's
office.
When detectives entered
the residence, the suspects had
just begun the process of
"cooking meth".
Officials report the
amount of substance being
produced could have yielded
$3,000 worth of
See METH Page 4A


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A Redneck Christmas

The 2007 Chumuckla Redneck Christmas Parade was yet
another colorful event. More photos can be found on Page 5A
of today's Press Gazette.
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Obituaries


SPEAK



OUT


Sunday, 9:27 p.m.
Yes, this is 'ol Bill. I've
been living in Santa Rosa
County since 1957. I've seen
some good changes and some
bad changes since I've been
living here. What I don't
understand is, we have five
good, intelligent County
Commissioners in this county
that can not come to a deci-
sion to build us a new court-
house, which is badly needed.
I read in the paper three or
four weeks ago they want to
take $1.4 million out of the
Santa Rosa County tax-fund
to buy some of their friends'
property out there near PJC. I
don't think that's right. Why
can't they use that $1.4 mil-
lion to build us a courthouse
on land they already own?
Next year in 2008, if they
can't make a decision by then,
it may be too late.

Sunday, 8:34 p.m.
Hi, if you folks are look-
ing for some terrific entertain-
ment for the entire family
watch, "CNN Heroes: An All-
Star Tribute. My 8 year-old
grandson and I watched it
several times on CNN this
past weekend. We enjoyed
seeing tributes made to the
Virginia Tech heroes, also
Wesley Autrey, the NYC sub-
way hero, and of course the
Christopher Reeves
Foundation.
The desirable sweet
sounds from Wyclef Jean and
Nora Jones about New
Orleans were awesome.
This is truly something
the whole family can watch.
It's been on all weekend.
They showed it six times and
my grandson was just glued
to the TV. Thank you.

Saturday, 4:16 p.m.
This is Doris. It's obvious
to the public that the Tax
Collector's Office or County
should get another auditor
that actually does find, and
state, internal theft and mis-
deeds in an office being audit-
ed.
"Perspective" is one
thing, if an auditor's perspec-
tive is that it is OK to steal or
to have unsavory practices
and not note it as a misdeed.
This is a misdeed in itself, and

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


Johnson, Russell
1951-2007
Russell Johnson, age 56,
passed away Friday,
December 7, 2007. Russell
was born and raised in
DeFuniak Springs, Florida. He
enlisted in the U. S. Army and
served as a scout pilot in Viet
Nam, earning two Purple
Hearts and the Republic of
Viet Nam Gallantry Cross.
He was employed with the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Commission for 34 years,
working in both the
Everglades and the Santa Rosa
County regions. He enjoyed
the many adventures of his
job. He also enjoyed flying,
fishing, boating and making
others laugh and smile. He
was a member of East Baptist
Church in DeFuniak Springs.
Mr. Johnson was preceded
in death by his father and
mother-Russell "Tim" and
Jessie Alma Johnson, and a
very special niece- Summer
Bandstra.
Mr. Johnson is survived
by his loving wife of 34
years-Pat Johnson; three sis-
ters-Nellie Ruth (Jerry)
Simmons, Frankie (David)
Drake and Virginia
Woolweaver; two brothers-
Dale (Bunny) and Tommy
(Emily) Johnson; his mother-
in-law-Jonnie Travis; sister-
in-law-Vicki Bandstra and
brother-in-law, David; and a
host of nieces, nephews and
special friends.
Funeral Services will be at
12 noon, Thursday, December
13, 2007 at Lewis Funeral
Home Milton Chapel with
Navy Chaplain Riggs officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in
Barrancas National Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. Visitation will be
from 11 a.m. to time of servic-
es.
Active and Honorary pall-
bearers will be members of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Commission.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to the
Santa Rosa High Schools, Site
Program, 5330 Berryhill
Road, Milton, Florida 32570.

Tolar, Cora L.
Mrs. Cora Lee Wall Tolar,
age 67, passed away Saturday,
December 8, 2007 after a brief
illness related to complica-
tions of diabetes. She had been
a resident of Milton for 43
years.
Cora is survived by her
husband-Jim, of Milton, and
2 sons-Kevin of Milton, and
Kyle of Southington, CT.
Cora was preceded in
death by her parents-Isabel
and Clyde Wall and her
beloved brother-Richard
Wall.
One of Cora's joys for the
past few years was placing
flowers on the graves of her
children in 'Baby Land' in the
Milton Benevolent Cemetery
on Berryhill Road. Her love


for these children brought her
peace and joy. Her family
hopes she is with those babies
now, comforting them.
Cora was an amazing,
strong woman with more love
in her than she could express.
The world won't be the same
without her.
Visitation will be at
Donnie Sowell Funeral Home
Chapel, Wednesday afternoon,
December 12, 2007, at 1:30
p.m. Services will follow at
2:30 p.m. with Jim's brother-
in-law, Rev. Robert L. Tatum
of Prosper, TX, officiating.
Burial will be at Milton
Benevolent Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, Cora
requested donations be made
to the American Diabetes
Association, 5514 N. Davis
Highway, Suite C-111,
Pensacola,, FL 32503.
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home of Milton is in charge of
arrangements.


Cobb, Sarah
Trantham
1933 - 2007
Sarah Trantham Cobb of
Pensacola died suddenly at
home Tuesday, November
27,2007.
Sarah was born December
13, 1933.
Sarah was preceded in
death by her husband-Willis
Cobb, and her parents-
Kathleen and Cecil Glen
Trantham of Milton, FL.
Survivors include her son
and family-John and Kim
Cobb, grandchildren-Angus
and Annie Cobb of Baltimore;
brothers-Cecil G. Trantham,
Jr. of MS and William S.
Trantham of Bagdad, FL; sis-
ter-Ginny T. Hopper of
Milton; great nephew-
Andrew Hopper Elliott of
Milton; as well as numerous
other nephews and nieces; and
a multitude of former students
and friends of all ages.
Sarah was a retired chair-
person of the Social Studies
Department at Escambia
County High School,
Pensacola. She was a member
of ADK, Nu Chapter. She
served on the Board of
Directors for the Pensacola
Federation of Garden Clubs,
Pineglade Chapter, earning the
Pensacola Garden Club
Member of the Year - 2007.
Sarah was a truly active mem-
ber of the First Baptist Church
of Pensacola, where service to


church and neighbors was
paramount.
Services were held at the
Pleitz Chapel, First Baptist
Church, Pensacola with Dr.
Barry Howard officiating. A
memorial service followed at
Bayview Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rials may be made to the
Samaritan Hands or a charity
of one's choice.

Emma C. "Billie"
Hollingsworth
1928 - 2007
Emma C. "Billie"
Hollingsworth, loving wife
and mother, age 79 of Milton,
FL, passed away Friday,
December 7, 2007 of compli-
cations associated with
Alzheimer's.
She was the daughter of
Homer Pyle and Mary Moore
Pace and was born in
Kitzmiller, MD., August 10,
1928. She married Charles
Hollingsworth August 9, 1957
in Newport, Rhode Island. She
enjoyed children, especially
babies, sewing and gardening.
She was a former president of
the Milton Women's Club and
a member of the Milton
Garden Club.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, brother-Roy
Pyle; and son-Les
Hollingsworth.
She is survived by her
husband of 50 years-Charles
Hollingsworth; children:
son-Tim Hollingsworth and
daughter-in-law -Ardy of
Indianapolis, IN; daughter-
Pat Wilson and son-in-law-
Tom of Lindale, TX; son-
Capt. Chuck Hollingsworth,
USN and daughter-in-law-
Janet of Lisbon, Portugal;
daughter-Lt. Col. (Ret)
Teresa K. Hollingsworth,
USAF of O'Fallon, IL; daugh-
ter-Holly Nettles and son-in-
law-Richard of Milton, FL;
sister - Mary -Margaret
Helmick; sister-Ann-Marie
Morgan; brother-Mike Pyle;
brother-Gary Pyle; 10 grand-
children; 6 great-grandchil-
dren; life long friends-
Imogene Maupin and Mary-
Ann Searcy; and beloved bea-
gle-Miss Daisy Mae.
- Place of interment will be
Salem Church, Fluvana Cty,
VA.
The family wishes to
thank Alzheimer's Family
Services, Covenant Hospice,
and Encore Senior Village at
Pensacola.
Memorial donation, in
lieu of flowers or gifts:
Alzheimer's Family Services,
Inc., 1901 North Palafox
Street, Pensacola, FL 32501-
2142 or by phone (850) 478-
7790.

Cloud, Karen
Gaylene
Karen Gaylene Cloud, age'
41, a life long resident of
Milton, FL, passed away
Monday, December 3, 2007.
Karen was the Deli
Manager at the Winn Dixie in
Pace, and she attended Pace
Assembly of God. She was a
loving Mother and
Grandmother who loved to
spend time with her daughter
and granddaughter. Karen
enjoyed scrap booking. She
loved going to the beach and
crabbing. She always had a
smile for everyone.
Karen was preceded in
death by her mother-Donna


Carroll.
She is survived by her
father and step-mother-
Grady and Kathy Carroll; her
daughter-Jenney (husband-
Jeremy) Boccabella; broth-
ers-Kevin Carroll and Little
Grady Carroll; sisters-
Connie Carroll, Melinda
Sellars, and Summer
Bowman; she is also survived
by her granddaughter-
Brianna Boccabella, and spe-
cial friends-Daniel Sutton,
Emma Jean and Dana
Cornelison.
Visitation was Thursday,
December 6, 2007 from 6 to 8
p.m. at Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home.
Funeral service was
Friday, December 7, 2007 at
10 a.m. at Donnie Sowell
Funeral Home, with Pastor
Ron Carnley officiating.
Burial followed at Crain
Cemetery.
Pallbearers were James
"Scooter" Martin, Jason
Martin, Kyle Carroll, Sean
Harnage, Joseph Bowman,
and Donnie Connor.
Flowers are greatly appre-
ciated or memorials can be
made to West Florida Cancer
Institute, 8333 N Davis Hwy
Pensacola, FL 32514.
The family would like to
thank all of the family and
friends for all of the love that
was shown to Karen.
Arrangements made by
Donnie Sowell Funeral Home.

Westmoreland,
Joseph Leon
1939-2007
Joseph Leon
Westmoreland, age 68, passed
away Monday,' December 3,
2007 at a local care facility.
Mr. Westmoreland was born in
Toccoa, GA, and lived in
Santa Rosa County for about
41 years. He served in the U.S.
Navy for 20 years before retir-
ing. Leon then worked for
Lowe's Home Improvement
Center in Pensacola. He was a
member of the Avalon Baptist
Church where he faithfully
served as a Deacon.
Mr. Westmoreland is pre-
ceded in death by his par-
ents-Joe Royster and
Frances Cladell Westmoreland
and a granddaughter-Melissa
Westmoreland.
Mr. Westmoreland is sur-
vived by his loving wife of 39
years- Sharon Westmoreland;
three sons-Mark, Scott and
Dale Westmoreland; daugh-
ter-Theresa Westmoreland;
grandson -Justin
Westmoreland; his brother-
James Westmoreland; and his
sister-Peggy Henson.
Funeral services for Mr.
Westmoreland were 11 a.m.,
Thursday, December 6, 2007
at Lewis Funeral Milton
Chapel with Rev. Gary Laird
officiating. Burial followed in
Milton Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Visitation was from 6 to 8
p.m., Wednesday, December
5, 2007 at Lewis Funeral
Home Milton Chapel.
The family would like to
send a special 'thank you' to
Gentiva Health Care and
Covenant Hospice caregivers
for their compassionate care.
Also, a special 'thank you' to
the Avalon Baptist Church
family for their prayers.

Brake, Sr., James
Edward
James Edward "Big Ed"


Brake, Sr., age 57, of Milton,
passed away on Monday,
December 3, 2007.
Mr. Brake was a native
and lifelong resident of
Milton. He was an avid hunter
and outdoorsman. He was
retired from the Santa Rosa
County Road and Bridge
Department with almost 30
years of service.
Mr. Brake was preceded in
death by his parents-F.C. and
Frances Brake, Sr., and broth-
ers, John Proctor Brake, Sr.
and Martin Verson Brake.
He is survived by his
wife-Tina Brake; � three
sons-James Edward "Little
Ed" (Valerie) Brake, Jr., Kevin
Lee (Victoria) Brake, and
Corey Michael Brake, all of
Milton; two stepdaughters-
Shandice and Candice
Delcuze; eleven grandchil-
dren; two brothers-F. C.
(Katherine) Brake, Jr., and
Mayhew Dodson (Elizabeth)
Brake, both of Milton; four
sisters - Debbie (Rudy)
Ordonez, Mary (George)
Purvis, Gloria (Willie)
Jimenez, all of Milton, and
Cynthia Brake of
Chattanooga, Tennessee; and
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Service for Mr.
Brake was held at 2:00 p.m.
on Friday, December 7,
2007, at the Lewis Funeral
Home Milton Chapel with
Rev. Allan Stewart officiating.
Burial followed in the Crain
Cemetery. with Lewis Funeral
Home directing.
The family received
friends from 6 until 8 p.m. on
Thursday, December 6, 2007,
at the Lewis Funeral Home,
Milton Chapel.

Bielefeldt, Maria
Wistuba
1922 - 2007
Maria Wistuba Bielefeldt,
85, of Pace, passed away on
Saturday, December 1, 2007.
.Mrs. Bielefeldt was born
on August 6, 1922, in
Silecchia, Germany. Her fam-
ily came to the United States
in 1952, from Vogelbeck,
Germany,.. and lived in
Irvington, New Jersey. In
1963, they moved to
Springfield, New Jersey, and
retired in Toms River, New
Jersey. In 1993, she moved to
Pace, Florida. She was a
homemaker, and while living
in New Jersey, she raised 22
foster children. She was a
very devoted mother to her
children and her foster chil-
dren.
Mrs. Bielefeldt was pre-
ceded in death by her husband
of 46 years-Hans John
Bielefeldt.
Mrs. Bielefeldt is sur-
vived by her son-Karl Heinz
"Charles" Bielefeldt and her
daughter-- Marianne
Bielefeldt Cichon (Steven
Cichon); and a granddaugh-
ter-Christa Cichon.
Funeral Services for Mrs.
Bielefeldt were held at 8 p.m.
on Thursday ' evening,
December 6, 2007 at the
Lewis Funeral Home Pace
Chapel with Rev. Mike
Wiggins officiating. Visitation
began at 6 p.m. prior to serv-
ices.
Burial will be in
Hollywood Memorial Park
Cemetery in Union, New
Jersey.
Lewis Funeral Home Pace
Chapel is in charge of local
arrangements.


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Sheriff's Report


Sheriff Report from
Nov. 16 to Nov. 21, 2007
Wales, Lonnie Herman;
Male; 29; 4481 Blacktop Rd,
Milton; Burgl Unoccupied
Conveyance Unarmed, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 11/16/07
Bergh, Jennifer Lynn;
Female; 15; 1934 Constitution
Dr., Navarre; Battery-Touch
or Strike (domestic violence),
Crimes Against Person-Abuse
Elderly or Disabled Adult
W/O Great Harm (domestic
violence). 11/18/07
Blackmon, Darius Jerrod;
Male; 15; 2550 Stop Camp
Rd., Milton; Battery-By
Person Detained in Prison or
Jail Facility. 11/18/07
Drummond; Chrissy
Leann; Female; 25; 5124
Bodega Dr., Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 11/16/07
McCormick, Kirkland
Eugene; Male; 27; 900 Scenic
Hwy., Pensacola; Drive While
License Suspended 1st
Offense, Resist Officer-
Obstruct W/O Violence,
Marijuana Possession-Not
More Than 20 Grams,
Smuggle Contraband-
Introduce Into Detention
Facility. 11/17/07
Roulhac, Brandon
Cornelius; Male; 17; 2550
Stop Camp Rd., Milton;
Battery-By Person Detained in
Prison or Jail Facility.
11/18/07
Sweeney, Eric Donavan;
Male; 28; 6515 Skyline Dr.,
Milton; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 11/17/07
Giehll, Steven Lee; Male;
23; 1969 Esplanade St.,
Navarre; DUI. 11/18/07
Gillis, Barbara
Cheatwood; Female; 53; 5845
Cindy Ln., Milton, DUI 2nd
Offense, Traffic Offense-
Refuse to Submit to DUI Test.
11/16/07
Klamer, Randall Eugene;
Male; 54; 7053 Gandy Dr.,
Navarre; DUI. 11/18/07
McKinney, Arthur
Chaffin; Male; 43; 6758
Ravine St., Milton; DUI.
11/16/07
Wills, Justin Phillip;
Male; 18; 2550 Stop Camp
Rd., Milton; Aggrav Asslt-
With Deadly Weapon Without
Intent to Kill. 11/18/07
Other, Joel Nelson;
Male; 26; 608 Palm Ct.,
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense (2 Cts.)
11/18/07
Broxson, James Henry;
Male; 67; 8466 Sevilla St.,
Navarre; DUI. 11/17/07
Mills, Lee Kino; Male;
33; 8304 Verdura St., Navarre;
DUI. 11/16/07
Nail, Charlie Vincent;
Male; 32; 5614 Ridge Ave.,
Pace; DUI. 11/18/07
Palmer, Daniel Curtis;
Male; 59; 5316 Woodlake
Trace, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
11/17/07
Solomon, Diamond Lee;
Female; 25; 8491 Old Spanish
Trail Rd., Pensacola; DUI.
11/16/07
Tappan Jr., Dennis Lee;
Male; 22; 621 Lloyd St., Ft.
Walton; DUI. 11/17/07
Cutts, Steven Wayne;
Male; 38; 6037 Sequoia Dr.,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender. 11/19/07


Ethier, Sean Evan; Male;
21; 35 Rocket Ln., Shalimar:
Prob Violation-Felony-Or
Commty Cont. 11/19/07
Goins, Lesley Darren;
Male; 27; 4800 West
Spencerfield Rd., Pace;
Contempt of Court-Circuit.
11/19/07
Roper, Martin David;
Male; 26; 5868 Capitol Dr.,
Gulf Breeze; Drive While Lic
Susp 1st Offense, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Resist
Officer-Obstruct W/O
Violence. 11/19/07
Slattery, Steven John;
Male; 49; 5755 East Milton
Rd., Milton; Prob Violation-
Felony-Or Commty Cont.
11/19/07
Hailey, Joshua James;
Male; 19; 1658 Bent Pine Rd.,
Pearson, GA; Fugitive From
Justice. No Booking Date
Given.
Oliver, Charles Alvin;
Male; 44; 5329 Yancy Dr.,
Pace; Drive While Lic Susp
Habitual Offender, Operate
Motor Vehicle W/O Valid
License. 11/19/07
Burt, Sabre Dwayne;
Male; 20; 6545 Sellers Dr.,
Milton; Prob Violation-
Felony. No Booking Date
Given.
Knight, Arthur Bruce;
Male; 54; 700 W. Lakeview,
Pensacola; DUI and Damage
Property. 11/19/07
Bianco, James Robert;
Male; 26; 818 Andrew
Jackson St., East Brewton,
AL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 11/290/07
Cooley, Jr., Charles
Ashley; Male; 48; 4036
Scottsdale Ave., Pace; Veh
Theft-Grand 3rd Degree.
11/20/07
Gavaghan, Shane
Timothy; 9775 South Trace
Rd, Milton; . Possess of
Weapon or Ammo by
Convicted Fla. Felon, Burgl of
Dwelling Structure or
Conveyance Armed, Larc
Grand of Firearm. 11/20/07
Spears, Brandyn Dwight;
Male; 17; 13025 Munson
Hwy., Milton; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000, Larc-Petit 1st Offense,
Fraud-Illeg Use Credit Cards
Use More 2 Times 6 Mos Obt
Goods Money $100 More.
11/20/07
Spears, Johnathon Lloyd;
Male; 20; 11447 Floridale Dr,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/20/07
Thompson, Ryan Dean;
Male; 33; 8440 Skyline Dr.,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/20/07
Neales, Joseph Ray;
Male; 32; 802 Benjulyn Road,
Cantonment; Fail to Register
Motor Vehicle, Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
11/20/07
Rowell, Chad Michael;
Male; 18; 4807 Guernsey Rd,
Pace; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription.
11/20/07
Sasser Wolfgang James;
Male; 15; 3036 Crittenden Dr.,
Navarre; Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt. 11/20/07
Watts, Kyle Dell; Male;
20; 2268 Prytania Circle,
Navarre; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription.
11/20/07


Cooley. .r.. Charles
Ashley: Male: 48: 4036
Scottsdale Ave., Pace: DUI.
Refuse to Submit to DUI test.
11/20/07
Mills. .r.. George
Frederick; Male: 60: 5463
Cherub Circle, Milton; DUI,
DUI and Damage Property.
11/19/07
Berry., Ron Colby; Male;
18; 7506 Buckeye Dr,
Navarre; Aggrav Battery-
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon, Larc-Grand of
Firearm. 11/24/07
Blackwell, Brent
Wheeler; Male; 28; 3985
Thornton St, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/22/07
Burgin, Turner Elaine;
Female; 44; 5649 Gardenia
Ave., Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/22/07
Calhoun, Katrina Kay;
Female; 30; 3104 Lakeside
Way, Newman, GA; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
11/23/07
Coffey, Clyde Franklin;
Male; 58; 200 Freedom Ln,
Brewton, AL; Burgl of
Unoccupied Structure
Unarmed, Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 11/21/07
Fallaw, William Howard;
Male; 41; 8836 Byrom
Campbell Rd, Pace; Possess
of Weapon or Ammo By
Convicted Fla. Felon,
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. 11/24/07'
Hardison, Jeffery Neil;
Male; 51; 5344 Maverick Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Aggrav Battery
Person Uses a Deadly
Weapon. 11/21/07
Lott Edwin Lawson;
Male; 36; 28779 Nick Davis
Road, Harvest, AL; Burgl of
Dwelling Unarmed, Larc-
Over $300 Under $20,000 (2
cts.), Burgl of Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed. 11/24/07
Merida Lopez, Enrique
Rafael; Male; 29; 7102
Webster St, Navarre; DUI,
Operate Motor Vehicle W/O
Valid License, Fraud-Poss
Display Blank Forged Stolen
Dr Lic or ID, Resist Officer-
Obstruct By Disguised
Person. 11/22/07
Perrotta, James Victor;
Male; 24; 3625 Pebble Lane,
Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Stalking-Follow Harass
Another (domestic violence),
Burgl With Assault or Battery.
11/26/07
Radice, Shannon Leigh;
Female; 29; 853 SW 9th
Court, Pompano Bch, FL;
Larc-of Credit Card, Fraud-
Illeg Use Credit Cards Use
More 2 Times 6 Mos Obt Gds
Money $100 or More.
Smith, Rebecca Luann;
Female; 42; 8137 Tortuga St,
Navarre; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/21/07
Stewart, Malcolm Scott;
Male; 26; 6661 Brock Ave.,
Milton; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence),
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000.
Burgl With Assault or Battery.
11/24/07
Thomas, David Eugene;
Male; 28; 8630 Sander Street,
Milton; Drive While Lic Susp
1st Offense, Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.


11/23/07
Trotter. Dejohn Anthony:
Male; 41; 5865 Byrom St.
Milton; Stolen Prop-Dealing
in Stolen Property. 11/24/07
Ward, Ted Everett: Male:
41; 1000 Breezy Acres.
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 11/21/07
Robinson, Ranza Sabrina:
Female; 47; 6642 W. Grace St.
Milton; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 11/07
Stangeland, Marina Bree;
Female; 25; 5308 Conecuh St,
Milton; Larc-Over $300
Under $5,000. 11/07
Broxson, Joseph Austin;
Male; 23; 12523 San Piper
Road, Angleton, TX; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual
Offender. 11/24/07
Broxson, Suzanne
Blakeman; Female; 37; 3324
Lowery Dr, Navarre; Cruelty
Toward Child-Infliction of
Physical or Mental Injury.
11/22/07
Collins. Keithron
Roderick; Male; 47; 5596 Hill
St, Milton; Carrying
Concealed Weapon-Firearm.
11/22/07
Conlin, Barbara Bunt;
Female; 51; 144 Stearns St,
Gulf Breeze; Aggrav Batt-
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability (domestic vio-
lence). 11/24/07
Gantt, Delores Ann;
Female; 37; 5582 Baltic Ct,
Milton; Failure to Appear For
Felony Offense. 11/21/07
Halls, Thomas Kevin;
Male; 26; 4409 Woodville Rd,
Milton; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription,
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And Or Use.
11/22/07
Johnson, Jereb Shane;
Male; 20; 2512 Meek St, Gulf
Breeze; Burgl Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/Person Inside, Larc-Petit
Third or Subseq Offense.
11/21/07
Locke, Deborah Lee;
Female; 54; 1997 Church St,
Gulf Breeze; Burgl of
Unoccupied Dwelling
Unarmed No Asslt/Batt, Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 11/21/07


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Study


Continued From Page One
focus on sifting through the five
offers made to the county pertain-
ing to property for the new judi-
cial center.
The properties to be dis-
cussed and considered are:
* Approximately 18.46
acres on Avalon Blvd owned by
the Mitchell Company worth
$1.65 million.
EApproximately 173 acres
off Highway 90 in Pea Ridge,just
west of Pensacola Junior College,
owned by Town Square Partners
LLC worth $1.4 million.
The seller will provide an 80
ft wide right of way for a road
connecting Highway 90 and
Hamilton Bridge in exchange for
impact fee offsets.
iApproximately 19.83 acres
off Highway 90 in Pace owned
by the Spencer family. Mpirical is
looking to purchase the land and
then donate the property to the
county so long as they agree to


use the property value ($1.7 mil-
lion) to construct a road connect-
ing Watkins Street south to
Sterling Way.
Mpirical is the same compa-
ny who developed the new Target
shopping complex.
EApproximately 15 acres
off Highway 90 in East Milton,
south of Peter Prince Field owned
by William "Cotton" Byrom, a
former mayor of Milton.
Byrom has offered to donate
the land if the County agrees to
complete the judicial facility
within three years, implements
the infrastructure for an adjacent
future development, and a tax
assessment freeze on the remain-'
ing property for 20 years.
EApproximately 21.23 acres
in the Santa Rosa County
Industrial Park already owned by
the county, estimated at a value of
$457, 672. This land is just
behind the county jail.
One issue forcing the hand of


the county commissioners is the
attention they are getting involv-
ing factors such as the American's
With Disabilities Act.
"We've gotten to a critical
point on this with the attention
we're getting from ADA, the
judges, the media, and most
importantly-our citizens," said
Commissioner Bob Cole. "I'm
for the workshop but I don't
want to put it off much longer,
let's go ahead and get this done.
"We've had study after
study done and it's time for us to
move forward."
Former Commission
Chairman Tom Stewart, who
had a goal of reaching a consen-
sus by the end of his term, want-
ed to be diligent in reaching such
a conclusion.
"This is a critical decision for
the next fifty to sixty years for
our county," said Stewart. "We
need to get this decision right.
"I think we'd be here all day


Meth


Continued From Page One
methamphetamine.
All of the components
necessary to cook metham-
phetamine were discovered at
the scene, including ammo-
nia, homemade condensers,
salt containers, ephedrine,
lithium batteries, camping
fuel, drain cleaner, fertilizer,
and more.
The lab was dismantled
and disposed of by a haz-
ardous materials collection
team. Other charges are
forthcoming.
In other reports, Shawn
Shannon Caudell, a 36-year-
old suspect wanted by the
Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office in
connection with a large
Milton methamphetamine lab


Bridge

Continued From Page One
from the Pre-stress Concrete
Institute.
The old I-10 bridge,
which has been slowly dis-
mantled over the last year,
will live again as the large
concrete pieces have been
sunk ten miles off Pensacola
Beach to create an artificial
reef for marine life-an intia-
tive which has earned the
project the Gulf Guardian
Award from the
Environmental Protection


was arrested in Alabama for
possession of' another large-
scale meth lab.
Caudell is being charged
by the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's - Office for a
November raid with traffick-
ing in methamphetamine 200
grams or more, possession of
chemicals to manufacture
methamphetamine, posses-
sion of felony narcotic equip-
ment, possession of drug
paraphernalia, and possession
of a controlled substance
without prescription.
His alleged lab was locat-
ed at 5400 Tom Sawyer Rd. in
Milton. The amount of sub-
stance seized had a street
value of more than $250,000.
The charge of trafficking


Agency.
The Federal Highway
Administration also awarded
the project an award for coor-
dinating efforts with local
utility companies whose
electrical/phone lines may
have been in conflict with
construction.
Erwin reports that acci-
dents and injuries on the
work site were well below
industry standards, making
the 1-10 Bridges a very safe
project as well.


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minimum mandatory sentence
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Caudell is being held in
Autuaga County, Ala., on
their local charges.


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BUDGET SUMMARY
CITY OF MILTON FISCAL YEAR 2007 - 2008
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF MILTON
ARE 38% LESS THAN YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES


REVENUES


General
Fund


CASH BALANCES
BROUGHT FORWARD:
Estimated Revenues:
Taxes- '2.750 Millage
Ad Valorem Taxes
Franchise Taxes
Utilty Taxes
Local Option Gas Tax
Licenses & Permits
State Shared Revenue
Fines and Forfeits
Charge for Services
Miscellaneous Revenue
Contributions from Other Funds
State and Federal Grants
Grants/Other Local Units

Other Sources
Service Connections

Impact Fees
Debt Proceeds
Other Financing Sources
Funds Forward
Transfers from other Funds


DOWNTOWN FUND:


DEBT SERVICE FUND:

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND:

STORMWATER FUND:


TOTAL REVENUE


TOTAL REVENUE ALL FUNDS:

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES:

General Government
Public Safety
Transportation
Culture & Recreation
Debit Services/Non-Operating
Capital Outlay
Grants In Aid
Downtown Redevelopment
Capital Projects


907,571
490,000
874,070
220,657
175,550
722,504
79,624
159,241
130,287
0
14,334
50,000


Natural Water & Sanitation Other
Gas Fund Sewer Fund Fund Funds


5,341,245
15,000


155,000
28,795


54,317


174,951
4,440,223


4,526,240
6,000

1,421,517


262,600
199,000

278,813


931,093


1,138,375
1,000


153,765

80,990

1,044,331

400,000


8,439,012


2,718,405
2,941,997
589,646
450,024
503,345
1,191,288
44,307


5,594,357


4,865,040



675,000
54,317


Total


907,571
490,000
874,070
220,657
175,550
722,504
79,624
11,165,101
152,287
0
1,435,851
50,000

417,600
227,795

278,813
0
54,317
1,106,044


153,765

80,990

1,044,331

400,000


7,625,263 1,139,375 1,679,086 24,477,093


2,496,002 853,540


3,803,473
1,325,788


285,835


DEBT SERVICE FUND

RESERVES
TOTAL EXPENDITURES:


--EXPENSES:


8,439,012


5,594,357


100,000 11,032,987
2,941,997
589,646
450,024
5,267,653
2,571,393
44,307
153,765 153,765
1,344,331 1,344,331


80,990


80,990


7,625,263 1,139,375 1,679,086 24,477,093


THE TENTATIVE ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE
ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD


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Mrs. Barbara Holley
Someone who has made a difference

Mrs. Barbara Holley is a very hand-
some lady, even as a grandmother,
and there's not many Santa Rosans
who haven't had the pleasure of
meeting her at one time or another.
AfeShe is now retired from the elective
office of Santa Rosa County Tax
Collector and is enjoying some free
ALtime that her career has earned for
her.
w Barbara served the citizens of Santa
Rosa County capably and honorably
for more than 41 years in the Santa
Mrs. Barbara Holley Rosa County Tax Collector's office,
eighteen and a half of which she was
our elected Tax Collector and 23 working in a support capacity under the late
former Tax Collector, Archie Glover.
After more than four decades, Barbara retired from office in 2000, and finds
herself enjoying the "task" of baby-sitting her three grandchildren, ages 4, 9,
and 11.
A lifelong resident of Santa Rosa County, Barbara attends the Chumuckla
United Methodist Church and at peak work-load times, still "helps out" at the
Tax Collector's office, where she says the staff seems like just "...one big fami-
ly" to her.
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The holiday parade season in Santa Rosa County is
now over.
While Band-Aids are being passed around the office _
there are a few points to ponder as plans are probably
underway for next year.
* Suggestion number one, offer a class for candy
throwing.
The photographer next year will probably have to
borrow some hard hats or a camera friendly type of hel-
met due to injuries suffered by those who didn't see that
peppermint or butterscotch disk heading at them. )
We understand wanting to get some candy to a
friend calling out your name, but we have decided to i
take advantage of the knots on our photographer's head , 2_"
by hiring a psychic to try and read the bumps for a
future edition.
Most of you are probably wondering why he didn't
duck?
Try looking out a camera lens and avoid a thrown
object you don't' see in the first place. n l I I
* Suggestion number two, throw items that are suit- D f
able for the event.
The lighted boat parade was a great idea. By Peter Ph
Beautifully lit boats were a sight to behold, but The corpora
someone on one of the boats decided to throw Frisbees, States likes tofth
not a good idea. offering theoffi
After what happened on the riverwalk we under- reporting of the
Times" motto of
stand how the Frisbee company Whammo got it's name. print" is a clear
The photographer for some unknown reason, call it tive. However,
good karma, took three steps to their right and avoided erage that increa
being a victim of the Frisbee. row range of cel
We could not confirm the photographers story, but from "official" g
five or six innocent bystanda. ds felt the wrath of one sensationalized
flying disk. self-justification
* Suggestion number three, crowd control. no longer valid i
Yes, the age old problem of getting people to keep We need to
off the road. ing of censorshi
Law enforcement never fails to ask a photographer The dictionary d
to step back, but the reason they go out so far is to get a emment control
photo without the bystanders in the photo. no longer adequ
If the on lookers take two steps out into the parade media in the Un
route then the photographer has to take three to four under covers an
depending on the angle they are trying to achieve, numerous impol
Some parade routes are so long and narrow they do year.
not allow for outside controls and in the excitement of common
the moment causes everyone to lose perspective of what scored stories ov
temic erosion of
is going on. liberties in both
* Suggestion number four, is for those in charge to
world at large. T1
be much friendlier. ignored the fact
They say you can attract more flies with honey than can be suspended
vinegar, but that doesn't count if you are a Santa Rosa the president. W
County Deputy. Congress, the M
It could be understandable if they were having a bad (MCA) of 2006
day or the temperatures were getting to them, but you George W. Bush
don't know if the person you are barking and sneering allows for the st
at is a visitor from out of town or what. pus for United S
But with the success of this holiday's festivities that citizens alike. W
are now history, residents of Santa Rosa County are lead editorial in
looking to bigger and better things for the next celebra- October 19,200
tion. fort that Americ
victims of the im


Vol. 100, Number 70

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A GUEST VIEWPOINT


berately censoring the news


hillips
te media in the United
ink of themselves as
cial, most accurate news
day. "The New York
f "all the news that's fit to
example of this perspec-
with corporate media cov-
isingly focuses on a nar-
lebrity updates, news
government sources, and
crimes and disasters, the
of being the most fit is
in the United States.
broaden our understand-
p in the United States.
definition of direct gov-
of news as censorship is
ate. The private corporate
ited States significantly
d/or deliberately censors
rtant news stories every

n theme of the most cen-
er the past year is the sys-
f human rights and civil
the United States and the
'he corporate media
that habeas corpus now
ed for anyone by order of
ith the approval of
militaryy Commissions Act
, signed by President
on October 17, 2006,
ispension of habeas cor-
States citizens and non-
-hile media, including a
"The New York Times"
6, have given false com-
an citizens will not be the
measures legalized by this


act, the law is quite clear that "any per-
son" can be targeted. The text in the MCA
allows for the institution of a military
alternative to the constitutional justice sys-
tem for "any person" regardless of
American citizenship. The MCA effec-
tively does away with habeas corpus
rights for all people living in the United
States deemed by the president .to be
enemy combatants.
A law enacted last year allowing the
government to institute martial law more
easily is another civil liberties story
ignored by the corporate media in 2007.
The John Warner Defense Authorization
Act of 2007 allows the president to station
military troops anywhere in the United
States as well as to take control of state-
based National Guard units without the
consent of the governor or local authori-
ties, in order to "suppress public disorder."
The law in effect repealed the Posse
Comitatus Act, which had placed strict
prohibitions on military involvement in
domestic law enforcement in the United
States since just after the Civil War.
Additionally, under the code-name
Operation FALCON (Federal and Local
Cops Organized Nationally) three federal-
ly coordinated mass arrests occurred
between April 2005 and October 2006. In
an unprecedented move, more than
30,000 "fugitives" were arrested in the
largest dragnets in the nation's history. The
operations, coordinated by the Justice
Department and Homeland Security,
directly involved over,960 agencies (state,
local and federal) and are the first time in
United States history that all of the
domestic police agencies have been put


under the direct control of the federal
-government.
Finally, the term "terrorism" has
been dangerously expanded to include
any acts that interfere, or promote inter-
ference, with the operations of animal
enterprises. The Animal Enterprise
Terrorism Act signed into law on
November 27, 2006, expands the defini-
tion of an "animal enterprise" to any
business that "uses or sells animals or
animal products." The law essentially
defines protesters, boycotters or pick-
eters of businesses in the United States
as terrorists.
Most people in the United States
believe in our Bill of Rights and value
personal freedoms. Yet, our corporate
media in the past year failed to inform
us adequately about important changes
in our civil rights and liberties. Despite
our busy lives, we want to be informed
about serious decisions made by the
powerful, and we rely on the corporate
media to keep us abreast of significant
changes. When the media fails to cover
these issues, what else can we call it but
censorship?
A broader definition of censorship in
America today needs to include any
interference, deliberate or not, with the
free flow of vital news information to
the American people. With the size of
the major media giants in the United
States, there is no excuse for consistently
missing major news stories that affect all
our lives.
Peter Phillips is a professor oj
Sociology at Sonoma State University
and director of Project Censored


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Answering Hightower
FM: Marian Royals
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

This is in response to Jim
Hightower's article about "impeach-
ing for torture."
In his last sentence, Hightower
asked which offense is the most
impeachable and does more harm: a
sexcapade or water boarding?
Bill Clinton was not impeached
for having pizza, sex, and a cigar in
our views the oval office. He was rightfully
or ANY impeached for lying under oath.
zette read- He has demonstrated he is a
t, too. straight-faced liar. But Clinton
LETTERS should have been impeached and
va Street, removed from office long before
850) 623- that.
During his presidency, hundreds
or content of civilians and military were killed
For a letter at the hands of terrorists and he did
sign your little or nothing in response.
our phone Seventy-two hours after pub-
nay phone licly humiliating his wife and
daughter, he was bombing a "chem-


ical plant" and launched attacks,
with U.S. forces in Afghanistan and
the Sudan.
This was all just a diversion
meant to be a distraction from his
domestic issues.
Under Clinton's watch, terrorists
attacked military targets and
ambushed soldiers and Marines in
uniform as they ate and slept.
We watched helplessly as an
American civilian sat in front of
murderers, bound and defenseless.
We were stunned when we saw one
of these thugs pull out a knife, shove
our American brother and country-
man to the ground, and then begin to
take his life away from him.
Mr. Hightower, no one has ever
survived a beheading, but I have
never known anyone to die from
sleep deprivation or water boarding.
It's a sad day when people like
you have more sympathy for these
murdering thugs than you have for
their victims.
Water boarding is a piece of
cake compared to what the terrorists
have to offer.
You ask which offenses does


more harm and is the most impeach-
able. When a Commander-in-Chief
points his finger in the face of
America and lies, that's impeach-
able.

Help needed
FM: Mary Barnes
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I'm writing to you to see if any-
one out there has a car, truck or van
they would like to get rid of cheap.
You see I am disabled and live
on a fixed income.
I have a terminally ill grown
daughter and two sons who live with
me.
One of my son's has seizures and
no one will give him a job. My other
son had a job during peanut season,
but once the peanuts were gone, so
was his job.
My son who has seizures can fix
anything with a motor or electroni-


cally.
The vehicle doesn't have to be
new it just has to be dependable
because I have no way to get myself
or daughter to the doctor.
Currently, I have to pay someone
to take us and that doesn't work all
the time.
I could try to work something
out to get a vehicle, but I can't even
pay my phone or water bill this
month. I had to pay so much on my
electric bill so they wouldn't turn my
power off, which they said they were
going to do.
My daughter has to have elec-
tricity so she can breath.
I can't even get food or get my
grandchildren anything for
Christmas and that really hurts.
So if there is anyone out there
who can help me, please do.
1 would be very grateful.

Editor's note: If you would like
to assist Ms. Barnes please contact
the Press Gazette bfor her contact
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wed on Navarre Beach


Karen Nan Baxley and
Jeffrey Leon Reider were mar-
ried Saturday, October 20,
2007 at Cocodries on Navarre
Beach. FL.
Charlyne Kilpatrick per-
formed the ceremony. The
reception followed on the
deck at Cocodries, and was
attended by many friends and
family.
Everyone enjoyed the sun-
set and danced to the music of
'David's D.J.'
Karen is the daughter of
Bob and Connie Baxley of Pea
Ridge. Jeffrey is the son of
Leon Reider of Milton, FL and
the late Beverly McConnell.


Out of town guests includ-
ed Jeff's two daughters-
Bobbie Reider and Katherine
Reider of California; Jeff's
brother-Scott Reider of
Houston, TX, Ronnie Smith of
New Orleans, LA, Veronica
Morales of Houston, TX,
Nancy & Dickie Thereall of
Semmes, AL.
The Maid of Honor was
Angela Moring Thomas,
Karen's cousin, of Pensacola.
Best Man was Jeff's brother,
Scott Reider of Houston, TX.
Karen and Jeff are gradu-
ates of Milton High School,
Class of 1976. They will be
residing in Las Vegas, Nevada.


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The City of Milton proposes to annex six (6) parcels of land pursuant to three
Petitions to Voluntary Annex Territory into the City of Milton, and provides for
zoning classification (R-1AA).

PETITION #1 Parcel #28-2N-28-0000-03240-0000
COMM AT SW SEC CORN THN N 89 *34 'E ON S SEC LN 2584.19 FTTH N NO*53'20"W 1344.99 FT TO N R/W OF
WISTERIA RD & OLD W R/W OF HWY 89 THN N 89 *36'25"W ON N R/W OF WISTERIA DR 135.88 FT TO POB &
CONT 108.98 'FT THN NO*29 '09"E 200.18 FT THN N 89 *48'58" E 109 FT THN SO*29'02"W 201.27 FT TO POBAKA
PARCEL 2 AS DES IN OR 2623 PG 1057

PETITION #2 (A.) being Parcel #28-2N-28-0000-03239-0000
COMM ATTH SW SEC CORN TH N 89 *34 'E ON S SEC LN 2584.19 FTTH N 0*53'20"W 1344.99 FT TO N R/W OF
WISTERIA RD & OLD W R/W HWY 89 TH N 89 *36'25" W ALONG N R/W OF WISTERIA DR 42.84 FT TO NEW R/W
OF HWY 89 & POB TH CONT 93.04 FTTH N 00*29'02" E 201.27 FTTH N 89 *48'58" E 115.43 FT TO NEW WLY R/W
OF HWY 89 TH S 00*35'20" E ALONG R/W 180.08 FT TH CONT ALONG NEW R/W S 50*25'37" W 34.87 FT TH N FT
TO POB BEING KNOWN AS PARCEL 1 PER SEPARATION REQUEST OF 10-25-04 & BEING A PORTION OF OR
2327 PGS 596 598 600 & 602
(B.) being Parcel #28-2N-28-0000-03241-0000
COMM AT TH SW SEC CORN TH N 89 *34' E ON S SEC LN 2584.19 FT TH N 0*53'20" W 1344.99 FT TO N R/W OF
WISTERIA RD & OLD W R/W HWY 89 TH N 89 *36'25" W ALONG N RANW OF WISTERIA DR 244.86 FT TH N 00*29'09"
E 200..18 FT TO POB TH CONT 98 FT TH N 89 *48'58" E 222.07 FT TH S 00*53' 20" E 9.8 FT TH S 89 *48'58" W 224.43
FT TO POB BEING KNOWN AS PARCEL 3 PER SEPARATION REQ OF 10-25-04 & BEING A PORTION OF OR 2327
PGS 596 598 600 & 602
(C.) being Parcel #28-2N-28-0000-03242-0000
COMM ATTH SW SEC CORN TH N 89 *34' E ON S SEC LN 2584.19 FTTH N 0*53'20" W 1344.99 FT TO N R/W OF
WISTERIA RD & OLD W R/W HWY 89 TH N 89 *36'25" W ALONG N RAN/W OF WISTERIA DR 244.86 FT TH N 00*29'09",
E 298.18 FT TO POB TH CONT 99 FT TH N 89 *48'59" E 219.70 FT TH S 00*3'20" E 99 FT TH S 89 *48'58" W 222.07
FT TO POB BEING KNOWN AS PARCEL 4 PER SEPARATION REQ OF 10-25-04 & BEING A PORTION OF OR 2327
PGS 596 598 600 & 602
(D.) being Parcel #28-2N-28-0000-03243-0000
COMM AT THE SW SEC CORN TH N 89 *34' E ON S SEC LN 2584.19 FT TH N 0*53'20" W 1344.99 FT TO N R/W OF
WISTERIA RD & OLD W R/W HWY 89 TH N 89 *36'25" W ALONG N R/W OF WISTERIA DR 244.86 FT TH N 00*29'09"
E 397.18 FT TO POB TH CONT 222.30 FT TH N 89 *48'59" E 98 FT TH S 00*29'09" W 222.30 FT TH S 89 *48'59" W 98
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PGS 596 598 600 & 602

PETITION #3 Parcel #28-2N-28-0000-03238-0000
COMM AT TH SW SEC CORN TH N 89 *34' E ON S SEC LN 2584.19 FT TH N 0*53'20" W 1344.99 FT TO N RAN/W OF
WISTERIA RD & OLD W RAN/W HWY 89 TH N 89 *36'25" W ALONG N RAN/W OF WISTERIA DR 244.86 FT TH N 00*29'09"
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A copy of Ordinance #1267-07, #1268-07, and #1269-07, with full legal descriptions of
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MERRY CHRISTMAS


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Durin thi hlioliday , * on
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MHS Christmas
Concert is tomorrow

The Milton High School
Mighty Black & Gold Band
would like to invite you to
their annual Christmas
Concert. which will be held on
Thursday night, December 13.
Come out for an evening of
holiday cheer as the Christmas
Band (formerly the Marching
Band) and the Jazz Band pres-
ent a selection of sacred and
secular holiday music. The


concert will take place in the
Milton High School
Auditorium and begins at 6:30
p.m. The concert should last
about 50 minutes and admis-
sion is free. The program will
include the following selec-
tions: "A ChrisMtas
Flourish." "It Came Upon a
Midnight Clear with Dona
Nobis Pacen. " "Sleigh
Ride." "In the Christmas
Mood," "Greensleeves."
(Jazz Band), "Hot
Chocolate," from "The Polar
Express," (Jazz Band),
"Christmas Pop Sing-a-
long," "Auld Lang Syne,"
(Mannheim Steamroller
Version).
We certainly hope that you
can attend!


SRC Animal
Services to close for
one hour

Santa Rosa County's
Animal Services will close for
one hour on Friday, December
14 from noon to 1 p.m.
To accommodate resi-
dents' needs, animal control
officers will respond to emer-
gency calls and the drop boxes
will be open for animal drop
offs during the hour. The shel-
ter will close in order to allow
staff to attend the "Partners in
Animal Welfare" appreciation
luncheon sponsored by Merritt
Pharmaceutical, recognizing
local veterinarians and organi-
zations for their support of the
shelter and public safety
efforts throughout the year.


Krul Recreation
Area closed

Krul Recreation Area will
be closed over the winter and
will reopen in April 2008.


Pace Relay group to
meet

The Pace Relay for Life
Steering Committee will meet


Monday, Dec. 10. at 6 p.m. at
the Pace Masonic Lodge,
5024 E. Spencer Field Road.
The meeting is open to any
volunteers who would like to
help plan and organize the
2008 Relay activities. For
more information, contact
Rocky Leber at 291-4699 or
lebere@mail.santarosa.kl2.fl.
us,


PJC offers new
media technology
course in
Journalism

News reporting is rapidly
changing. Journalists today
are required to produce stories
suitable for print and Web


sites.
Pensacola Junior College
is offering a new course
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ed in the changing world of
news delivery.
New Media Technologies
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writing in print and online for-
mats, blogging, podcasting,
incorporation of audio and
video elements into stories,
and legal concerns (libel, pri-
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An additional feature is
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Students can enroll in one,'two
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credits they choose.
For more information,
contact Julie Ruengert at 484-
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The Kiwanis Club of Santa [Rosa Sunrise President, Darrell
Greer, thanks Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce Executive
Director Donna Tucker for speaking to its members. The
Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise joined the Chamber on
this day. Mrs. Tucker spoke about the advantages of being a
member and the use of member benefits.



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By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@ srpressgazette.com
Greater Bethlehem AME
Church is in need of your help.
That help is in the form of
100 teddy bears they plan on
distributing this. Sunday to
.area nursing home residents
who might not receive any-
thing for this holiday.
"This was a mission we
started last year," said Pastor
Walter Lawson. "We visited
one nursing home last year
and this year a second nursing
home has asked us to visit.
"That is the reason why
we are in need of so many
teddy bears to make this mis-
sion successful."
The Santa Rosa County
School district is helping this
mission by lending them a
couple of buses, which they
will be decorating on Saturday
in preparation for Sunday's
visits.
"We don't want to leave a
person out." said Lawson.
"Most of the people we will be
visiting are isolated and in
most cases do not have anyone
to talk with.
"The bears and the visit
from us will hopefully brighten


their holiday a little."
Lawson stated any type of
. teddy bear will do for distribu-
tion.
Also expected to help out
this Sunday are members of
the Milton football team,
Milton-cheerleaders, and other
organizations.
"I have spoken to several
groups and invited them to
join us as we try to bring some
holiday cheer to someone
else," said Lawson. "I think
this was a great thing started
last year by Rev. Michael
Perry and Noah Parker.
"Since I have arrived here
at the church I have decided to
take over that ministry."
Lawson understands the
importance of this mission
from his past experiences.
"I have worked in nursing
homes before and made sever-
al visits as a pastor over the
years," said Lawson. "These
individuals are rather glad to
have someone stop by and talk
to them for even a little
while."
Those wanting to help can
call Greater Bethlehem AME
Church or drop bears off prior
to this Saturday.


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The Kiwanis Club of Santa Rosa Sunrise President, Darrell
Greer, thanks Darice Langham and Sherry Challenor for being
their guest speakers. They are from the Florida Tissue Service
and spoke to the members on the difference of organ vs. tis-
sue transplants, how donations for research are handled, and
the importance of involving your family. There is no cost to be
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December 12, 2007
Section B


Pat's season ends in a marathon


G Pace rallies from


15 down to force four


overtimes at Nease


By BILL GAMBLING

PONTE VEDRA
BEACH, Fla. - Pace came up
one point shy of earning their
first trip to the state finals
Friday after dropping a four-
overtime game to Nease 49-
48.
After trailing by 15 points
at the start of the fourth quar-
ter the Patriots (13-1) came
back and forced four overtime
periods as the game was
decided by an extra point
called wide right by the offi-
cials off the foot of Eric
Martinez.
"We just came up short
tonight," said Pace Head
Coach Mickey Lindsey,
whose team tied the record for
the longest playoff game set
last season when Bartow
defeated Wauchula Hardee 37-
31 in four overtimes in the
Region 1-3A final. "We tried
everything tonight. Some of it
worked
and some
of it did-
"It was
a heck of a 'o
game." .- .
A iri *"-'."
Johnson
fought his ..
way into "- *
the end |
zone on
third and Lindsey
goal to keep the Patriots hopes
alive of a fifth overtime peri-
od, but those hopes were
dashed as Martinez collapsed
to the sandy turf as the offi-
cials indicated his extra point
was no good.
Johnson, who led Pace
with 34 yards rushing and two
touchdowns, showed just how
hard it was to gain those few
yards.
"It was a very physical
game out there," said Johnson.
"But we gave it our all as a
team and never did quit the
whole game as a team.
"Because of that I knew I
wasn't going to quit on that
final run till I crossed the goal
line."
Pace took its first lead of
the game at 7-3 when Aaron
Munoz hit senior Riley
Hawkins for an 80 yard touch-
down strike down the left
sideline with 3:29 remaining
in the first quarter.
They would not see the
lead again until the first over-


time period when Martinez
nailed a 23 yard field goal to
make it 32-39.
Pace's defense once again
had an answer for another
offensive juggernaut as they
intercepted Ted Stachitas
twice in the fourth quarter.
After a 34-yard touch-
down pass to Hawkins help
Pace cut the Panthers' lead to
22-14 with 10:11 remaining in
the game, James McGreevy
intercepted Stachitas and
returned the pass to the Nease
16.
Three plays later, Johnson
would find the end zone to cut
the Nease lead to two points
with 8:35 remaining.
Lindsey went for the tie as
Munoz found Hawkins, his
main target of the night, for
the two-point conversion to
make it 22-22.
Nease marched down the
field at a break neck pace as
Stachitas found Patrick Barker
to make it 29-22.
But Pace would not give
up and answered the call once
again via the arm of Munoz
who finished the game with
385 yards passing and three
touchdowns.
His third touchdown pass
was a 15-yard completion to
Tyler H unt . .. ....... ....
"I figured I needed to put
the team on my back and be
the best leader I could be,"
said Munoz, who has suffered
only two losses in his career as
the Patriots starting quarter-
back. "Riley is a h,eck of a
receiver.
"There were times in the
game where I would just
throw it up and one, of the
receivers would go up and get
it."
But Munoz seemed to
always know where Hawkins
was during the game as the
senior pulled in 14 passes for
and career high 264 yards.
"We have always worked
together as an offense," said
Hawkins. "Tonight they
stopped our running game so
we knew we had to step it up
with the passing game.
"We have done it all year;
helping out the other side of
the offense and lifting them
up, but tonight we ran into a
better team."
Nease had the final pos-
session with 39 second
remaining and the ball at their
35-yard line, but the drive
ended with Matt Parlato inter-


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(Above) Airi Johnson tries to pick his way through the sea of bodies during overtime as Pace tried to advance beyond the State Semi-
Finals in football for the first time in school history. (Below) Riley Hawkins points to the man upstairs after he caught a pass from quar-
terback Aaron Munoz to tie the game 22-22 in the fourth quarter, after Pace trailed by 15 points at the start of the final quarter. The
Patriots would fall in the fourth overtime to Nease 49-48.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


cepting Stachitas for the third
time in the game.
The second overtime peri-
od, Pace kept their hopes alive
by answering a Nease touch-
down with a one yard drive up
the middle by Hunt.
Despite a couple of penal-
ties- in the third overtime Pace
managed a 23 yard field goal
from Martinez and the defense
forced Nease's Andrew Barker
to convert from 29 yards out.
Lindsey was disappointed
and hurting as much as his
players following the end of
the game, but he was hurting
more for his kids.
"These kids are winners
and have been winners all sea-
son long," said Lindsey.
"These kids are going to hurt
for awhile, but that one point
won't take anything away
these young men have accom-
plished.
"It was a great year when
you. finish 13-1. We just fin-
ished one point short."
Nease built most of their
lead Friday night through the
leg of sophomore Andrew
Barker who started the scoring
with a 30-yard field goal to go
up 3-0 and added a 41-yard
effort off the crossbar, and a
36-yarder to end the first half
as the Panthers went up 15-7.
Those three field goals
were the results of a Patriot
defense that might have bend-
ed, but definitely didn't break.
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Wrestling action is the latest rivalry between Milton and Pace with the Patriots defeating Milton 60-
18 in a head to head match Thursday at Pace High School.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Rivalries heat up hoops


schedules in early season

f Central winning streak is now at six games


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@ srpressgazette.comn
It is very early in the win-
ter sports season, but some big
rivalry games have already
been played locally.
Saturday the Jay Royals
visited Flomaton where they
completed the sweep.
With the game going
down to the wire and the
Royals (3-2) seeing their six
point lead disappearing Greg
Nelson hit two free-throws
with 45 second left on the
clock to seal the 41-36 win.
Nelson led Jay with 23
points, while he and Brandt
Hendricks grabbed nine
rebounds each.
Jay took an early one


point lead 13-12 at the end of
the first quarter and extended
the lead to two 21-19 by half-
time of what was a back and
forth affair.
On Friday, Jay played
another rival in Central and
fell 55-51 as the Jaguars held
on for the win to improve to 6-
1.
Logan Campbell and Troy
Dawson combined for 36
points, which proved to be
enough to counter Nelson's
game high 27 points.
Central took an early 15-6
lead, but by halftime Jay put
on a run to tie the game 27-27.
Jay fell behind by two in
the third quarter and they
could never make up that mar-


gin as Dawson and Justin
Morris hit a pair of key free
throws each down the stretch
to seal the win.
The Royals would do their
damage in the third quarter
where they extended their lead
to six heading into the fourth
quarter 33-27.
Thursday Central hosted
Ruby Gainer and had to rally
for a 74-61 win.
After trailing by three at
halftime, 39-36, the Jaguars
went to work in the third quar-
ter to take a five-point advan-
tage 56-51.
Campbell quietly scored
30 points while Dawson
scored 12 of his 19 points in
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Pace


Continued From Page One
"It was a very hectic
game," said Pace senior Andy
Dagleish. "We have nothing
to be ashamed of because we
played our hearts out tonight,
but finished up one point
short.
"God deserves all the
glory that we got this far."
As the Pace fans chanted
"One God, One Goal, One
Team" the Patriots theme, the
players never panicked.


"I had faith we could win
the game even though we
were down 15," said
Dagleish. "It was just what
ever was God's will.
"And you can't change
that no matter what."
Nease will make their
third consecutive trip to the
Class 4A state finals where
they will play nationally
ranked Miami Washington at
the Citrus Bowl in Orlando on
Saturday.


Statistically the game was
pretty even as both teams
combined for over 900 yards
of total offense with the
Patriots amassing nearly 450
themselves.
The rushing game for
Pace was held to just 64
yards.
The leading rusher Friday
was Nease's Stachitas, who
gained 124 yards on 31 car-
ries and two touchdowns. He
also passes for 272 yards.


Sports


Crusaders Tryouts: The
Panhandle Crusaders have
landed Escambia High School
as there home field threw the
2012 season.
The Crusaders will Start
there season on September 20,
2008. The. Crusaders have
appointed Will Walker as the
head coach. Coach Walker
comes to the Crusaders from
the Pensacola Power were he is
the wide receivers coach
The Crusaders have also
appointed Reggie Smith as our
defensive coordinator, Coach
Smith comes to the Crusaders
from the Pensacola Power were
he is the defensive line coach
and from Pensacola High
School were he is the assistant
defense coach. They also
appointed Reggie Smith Jr. as
our offensive coordinator.
The Crusaders will be
holding there last open tryouts
on December 16 at 1 p.m.
before going in to mini camp in
January 2008. For more infor-
mation please see our web page
a t
www.panhandlecrusaders.com
or call our office at 497-6276
Referees needed: City of
Milton Parks and Recreation is
in need of youth basketball ref-
erees.
The season will get under-
way the first weekend in
January.
For more information call
983-5466.
East Milton Youth
Basketball: The East 'Milton


Youth Association will offer
basketball this season.
Young people agest four to
18 can play.
Registration is now under-
way 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 registration will
be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information call
626-8265 or 207-0661.
Milton Boys Soccer
Fundraider: The Milton High
School Boys Soccer programs
is selling Pecan Smoked
Boston Butts.
These would be a perfect
items with the upcoming holi-
day seasons ahead.
You get the glory, we do
the work.
The cost is $25 each and
delivery is December 9.
To order or for more infor-
mation call 623-1036 or 501-
6620.
Milton Youth Basketball:
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.
All registration is at the
Milton Community Center and
is open to boys and girls grades
kindergarten through eighth.
For more information call
983-5466.


Youth football tourney:
The Panhandle Crusaders
Minor League Football team
will be hosting a youth football
Tournament in Pensacola.
Team Registration will
start December 9 Please see the
tournament web page for more
info at
www.gridironclassic.org.
The tournament will be
held January 11,12,13, 2008.
there will be a fee of $150.00
per team to play.
Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour. The Hurricane Junior
Golf Tour will be holding a
tournament January 5-6 at the
Moors in Milton. .
This tournament is for boys
and girls between the ages of
12-18 and is a nationally
ranked junior golf event.
The Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour is offering free member-
ships and is designed to con-
duct nationally ranked tourna-
ments on courses throughout
Florida, Georgia, South
Carolina, and Alabama.
For more information or to
register for the tournament visit
their website at www.hjgt.org.
More activities can be
found at
www.srpressgazette.com. Look
for the box called 'Things to
Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or activi-
ty. And you are also more than
welcome to enter your events
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(Above) Milton's Kalvin DuFrene defends a Pace player during the opening moments of Thursday's
soccer game won by Pace 6-1. (Below) Cody Hart watches a Pace player dribble the ball to gain con.
trol during first half action.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin


Preps

Continued From Page One
the second half.
Justin Knowling added
11.
Gainer's Quell Spellman
led all scorers with 34 points.
On the girls side Candice
Mulford scored three points
the hard way to help Jay
defeat Flomaton 34-33 in
girls action.
Down two with 16 sec-
onds on the clock Mulford
went for the win and was
fouled.
She would toe the free-
throw line and sink all three
shots to give Jay a one-point
lead and their first win of the
season, while Macy Trevino
got a steal with five seconds
remaining to keep Flomaton
from getting a shot off.
Mulford led Jay with 16
points on the night while Joy
Gandy added seven points
while her and Amber
Steadham grabbed nine
rebounds each.


Jay took an early 11-7
lead and held onto that lead in
what was a very close compe-
tition all night long.
Thursday Jay hosted
Baker and fell 52-28.
The Lady Gators took an
early 14-6 lead at the end of
the first quarter and held on
for a 19-14 lead at halftime.
Baker exploded in the
second half and cruised as
they outscored Jay 33-14.
"We knew the key was to
keep Chelsea Combest from
scoring," said Jay head coach
Becky Holley. "We did a
good job of that in the first
half and was able to stay pret-
ty even with them.
"In the second half we
came out and didn't play
good defense and couldn't
score.
Tessa Hendricks led Jay
with eight points.
Central's girls really
stepped up their game Friday
night at home as they dis-
patched S.L. Jones 52-8.
The Lady Jags (6-2) led
19-2 by the end of the first
quarter and went on to lead
35-6 by halftime.
In the second half Central
allowed Jones only one bas-
ket.
Daysha Enfinger led
Central with 28 points and 15
rebounds, while Haley
Kimbrough added 10 points.
In other girls action
Milton defeated Gulf Breeze
45-42.
Milton, who led by three
points at halftime 25-22,
outscored Gulf Breeze 12-3
in the third quarter.
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secure the win despite being


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outscored 17-8 in the fourth
quarter.
Milton, who is now 2-2 ir
District 1-4A, was led by
Teangela Willams' 18 points
and 10 from Chelsea Crouch.
Alina Falow led Milton
with 10 rebounds.
On Thursday Milton dis-
patched Pace 40-12 as the
Lady Panthers set the tone
defensively by never allowing
Pace more than four points in
a quarter.
Williams led the scoring
for Milton with eight points,
while Katie Collins was
Pace's leading scorer with
four points.
Milton led 10-4 by the end
of the first quarter and extend-
ed the lead to 21-6 by inter-
mission.
"I felt like my players
came out and commanded the
tempo of the game," said
Milton head coach Stephanie
Washington. "We added full
court pressure, which may
have contributed to the final
score."
In soccer on Friday,
Pensacola defeated Milton 4-1
in girls' action.
Milton (2-8) got a goal
from Rianna Ward on an assist
from Caliegh Drinkard.
Megan Francisco had 15
saves in the loss.
Boys' action saw Pace
defeat Milton 6-1.
Tyler Phillips got the hat
trick in the victory, while
Travis Boyd added two goals
and Matt Batterton.
Kevin Gilmore added two
assists, while Phillips and
Kevin Vanlandingham had
one each.
Chase Edmonds and
Chase Austin combined for 10
saves in the win.
After the game Milton
coach Ryan Davenport was
pleased with his teams effort.
"We started out playing
great, moving the ball up the
field and creating some
chances for us until it paid off
by scoring the first goal of the
game," said Davenport. "After
that point we struggled to find
any opportunities to score
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Christmas with Little Women


New Hope Community
Church will present
Christmas with Little Women
on December 15th at 7 p.m.
and December 16th at 2 p.m.
on the stage at the Milton
High School auditorium.
Pamela Holt, director of
the show, says this is the
church's first theatrical pro-
duction, and she is excited
about her first opportunity to


direct.
"Christmas with Little
Women is a message of
Christ's love and benevo-
lence. It may not be the usual
Christmas message, but it is
one of love in action," says
Holt. Special performances by
a solo artist and children from
NHCC are included in the
show.
"This year has been a
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Briefs in the community
Immanuel Baptist Musical Special
The Adult Christmas Choir of Immanuel Baptist Church in
Pace will present "Portraits of Christmas" on Sunday,
December 16, at 6 p.m.

Christmas Cantata at Bagdad UMC
Bagdad United Methodist Church will be having their
Christmas Cantata. "All Through The Night," Sunday, Dec. 16,
at 6 p.m. Come on out and get blessed! Pastor Gary Jones and
the congregation extend a warm welcome! The church is locat-
ed at 4540 Forsyth Street, in Bagdad. For more information,
call 626-1948.

Christmas Praise...A Night of
Artistic Worship!
The Music Department of Milton First Assembly of God,
6163 Dogwood Drive, invites the community to come and
enjoy their Christmas presentation, "Christmas praise...A
Night of Artistic Worship!" on Sunday, Dec. 16th at 6 p.m. The
sanctuary choir will be featured, along with their spiritual
dance team, "Angels of the Call," as well as special instru-
mental music. Admission is free. A love offering will be taken
for the music department. For more information, call
623-2854.

Bay Area Vineyard presents
Beth, an aspiring ten-year old actress, lands the role of
Mary in the church play. As she prepares for her part,-she learns
the value of a willing heart from a light-hearted look at the real
Christmas characters - Mary, Joseph and his parents, Zechariah
and Elizabeth.
Join them at the Milton Community Center, 5629 Byrom
Street, at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 16th, at Bay Area
Vineyard Church presents the original drama, A Willing Heart.
For more information, call 341-9797.


beginnings as a church," says
Pastor Johnny Williams of
NHCC. "as a church we
understand there are many
ways to communicate God's
Love; drama being one of
them. That's why we are
excited to be able to present
this play to the community.
The play is about kind-
ness, hope and love and these
are things that God, through
His Spirit, demonstrates


through all believers."
The cast is composed of
both young adults and chil-
dren being a team effort.
The play is free and open
to the public. Free cookies and
punch will be available during
intermission.
If you would like more
information, contact Holt at
623-9179.


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Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your ques-
tions with Biblical answers about life.
Dear Pastor Gallups, "Does the passage about the rich
young ruler teach that Jesus expects His followers to give up
all of their possessions to follow Him?" - J. S., Milton
Dear J.S.,
It's true that Jesus told the rich young ruler to give up his
wealth and follow Him. This was not a blanket condemna-
tion of wealth or a statement that somehow the young man
could "earn" his salvation.
Consider the other times that Jesus didn't rebuke
friends who owned property or command them to sell their
homes and businesses. In fact, He often ate with people and
stayed at their homes. Friends like Mary and Martha or
Lazarus were certainly not poor.
So why, then, did Jesus demand such a strict require-
ment for this particular young man? The answer is simple
and very relevant to our lives. Jesus knew the young man's
heart. He knew that he was looking for a way to earn his sal-
vation on his own terms.
He may have thought that Jesus would give him a spe-
cific task or good, deed to perform that would win eternal
life, one that wouldn't require him to humble himself and
unconditionally set his life under the authority of Christ.
Instead, Jesus set up a requirement that clearly illustrated the
basic issue: the rich young man's desire to retain control of
his life. His riches were more important than securing a per-
sonal, saving relationship with and through Jesus Christ.
Jesus wasn't implying that salvation could actually be
earned by good deeds. Even if the rich young ruler would
have given away his riches and followed Jesus, he wouldn't
have "darned" his salvation. However, if he had done so, he
would have surrendered his desire to be "Lord" of his own
life and acknowledged God's authority over his life.
Jesus felt compassion for this young man. But because
He knew that the ruler was seeking to manipulate God, He
had no choice but to send him away with a clear awareness
of his spiritual failure.
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



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Legal 11/1296
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 07-1311-DR
Division: E
Wayne Peterson,
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and ALEC C. KESSLER
Tiffany Star Meyers,
Respondent. Deceased.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RIAGE The administration of the estate
of Alec C. Kessler deceased,
TO: Tiffany Meyers " whose date of death was Octo-
121 Virginia St. Brewton, AL ber 13, 2007, is pending in the
Circuit Court ftr Santa Rosa
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac- County, Florida Probate Divi-
tion has been filed o i-t --i. sin, File No. 2607-CP-3577 the
and that you are -J,,.: ,:, address of which is 6816 Caro-
serve a copy of your written de- line Street, Milton, Florida'
tenses, if any, to it on Wayne 32570. The names and ad-
Peterson, whose address is dresses of the Personal Repre-
5360 Jeremy Dr. Milton, FL sentative and the Personal
32570 on or before December Represeptotive's attorney are set
29 2007, and file the original forth below
with the clerk of this Court at All creditors of the decedent
6865 Caroline St. Milton FL and other persons, having
32570 before service on Peti- claims or demands against
tioner or immediately thereafter, decedent's estate, on whom a
If you fail to do so, a de- copy of this notice is required to
fault may be entered be served, must file their claims
against you for the relief with this, court WITHIN THE
demanded in the petition. LATER OF THREE 131 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
Copies of all court docu- PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
ments in this case, in- TICE OR THIRTY 1301 DAYS AF-
cluding orders, ar availa- TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
ble at the Clerk of the Cir- A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
cuit Court's office. You THEM.
may review these docu-
ments upon request. All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
You must keep the Clerk claims or demands against
of the Circuit Court's office decedent's estate must file their
notified of your current claims with this court WITHIN
address. (Yu ma file THREE( 3) MONTHS AFTER
Notice of Current Address, THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
Florida Supreme Court Ap- CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
proved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
this lawsuit will e mailed WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
to the address on record SET FORTH IN SECTION
at the clerk's office. 733.702 ' OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
WARNING: Rule 12.285, EVER BARRED.
Florida Family Law Rules
of Procedure, requires cer- NOTWITHSTANDING THE
tain automatic disclosure TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
of documents and infor- ABOVE ANY CLAIMS FILED
motion. Failure to comply TWO (2 YEARS OR MORE AF-
can result in sanctions, in- TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
cluding dismissal or strik- OF DEATH IS BARRED.
ing of pleadings. THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC.
Dated: November 15, 2007. CATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
December 15, 2007.


CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Brenda Lambrisky
Deputy Clerk
112807
120507
121207
121907
11/1296


Attorney for Personal Represent-
alive
s/ Bruce A. McDonald
ruce A. McDonald
Florida Bar No. 263311
McDonald Flemina Moorhead
d/b/a Statewide Probate
25 West Government Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
R8501 477-0660; FAX
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Legal 12/1346 Personal Representative
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT RheaH.Kessler
FOR SANTA ROSA 422 Deer Point Drive
COUNTY FLORIDAN Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
File No.: 57-2007-CP-357 121207
Division: 121907
IN RE: ESTATE OF 12/1346


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PA.
Legal 12/1347 101 E. Government .
Pensacola, Florida .,-.--
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Telephone: (850) 1- ' :' I
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA PRO- Personal Representative:
BATE DIVISION Kelley M. Bradford
File No. 57-2007-CP-297 2463 Renfroe Rd.
Division Pace, Florida 32571
IN.RE: ESTATE OF 121207
121907
KRISTIN SHEA BRADFORD 12/1347,


i. ... 1104. .. ]
same with the Clerk of Court
within 60 days after the foreclo-
sure sale.
WITNESS my hand and official
seal of said Court this 5 day of
December, 2007.
If you are a person with a disa-
bility who needs accommoda-
tion in order to participate in
this proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you for the
provision of the certain assis-
tance. Please contact Court Ad-
ministration at 6865 Caroline


NOTICE TfO CREDITORS aorreer Mvi ron, rioriaa o/,5U
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Legal 12/1348 Telephone 1850) 623-363
The administration of the estate rw thi s n 2 w or days of your
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN recei t of ais cdcument. If you
of Kristin Shea Bradfordf e AND.FORoSANTA ROSA are I~ear. or voice impaired,
ceased, whose date o deathOUN FLORIDA call 1-80 558771
was September 16, 2007, is CASE N&-07-263-CA
pead ng in the Circuit Court for CASE NO:O7-26soC
COUNTRYWIDE HOME CLE K OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Probate Division, the address o LOANS, INC. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
whch s Mary Johnson, Attn: By: Brandy Norris
Probate, P.O. Box 472, Milton pBla intiff,Nrs
Florida 32572. The names an Pai, Deputy Clerk
d of the personal repro vs.
addresses of the personal repre ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
sentative and the personal TANYA L. PETTIS; THEODORE Frank Albert Reder
representative's attorney are set G. PETTIS UNKNOWN TEN- BUTLER & HOSCH PA
Alf ors of th e ANT I UNKNOWN TENANT 3185S. Conway Road
All creditors of the decedent II and any unknown heirs, devi- Suite E
and other demands havinst declaiedent's see, grantees, creditors, and Orlando FL 32812
or demands against decedents other unknown persons or sun (407) 3 1-5200
eon whom a coy of this known spouses claiming by,
notice is required to e served through and under any of the 121207
must tile their claims with this above-named Detendants, 121907
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 na d e a 121
MONTHS AFTER'THE TIME OF Defendants 12/1348
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- AMENDED NOTICE OF Legal 2/1349
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON O -A v IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THEM. -edeco. O is hereby given that THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR-
andll other creditors the the undermined Clerk of the CUT IN AND FOR LEON
dent and.other persons having Circuit Court of Santa Rosa COUNTY FLORIDA
claims or esmands against County Florida, will on the 15 CASEN114 D.372007 CA
decedent's estate must file their day of January 2008 at 003389
claims or demands against 1100 o'clock A.M. at 6865 003389
decedent's estate must File their Caroline Street, Santa Rosa BOND VALIDATION PRO-
claims with this court WITHIN 3 C ounty urthousainaMit BONDVALDATION PRO
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Con ' rforse ino Mllan CEEDIa NG
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF ublic.outcry to the highest and FLORIDA GAS UTILITY a
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO IL est bidder for cash, the separate legal entity, organized
AL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED i-escriea ropery sit- i l y
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. s in -descred ropery and exisina under and by vir-
NOTWITHSTANDING THE .- i oa Roa County, " Flor- tue of the laws of the Slate of
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH da: Florida"
ABOVE ANY CLAIMS FILED Lot 7 Block 1 of Plaintiff "
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF- OAKCREST SUBDIVISION
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF A PORTION OF SEC-
Ohe DEATH f blication of ON 4, Township 1 THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
The data of first publication ofNorth Ranc a 28 West, ac- and the taxpayers, property
this notice is December 12, cordial co the Oat owners and citizens thereof, in
2007.� thea, recorded in lt cludina non-residents owning
Attorney for Personal Represent. Book, Page 42, on file Cor subject to taxation
ative with th Clerk of the - therein, and all others having or
Steven E. CiUit Cenurt aundcforui in a, n a
/s/Sleven E. Quinnell Santo Ros County, Flor claiming any right, title or inter-
STEVEN E. QUINNELL -- . r" est in property to be affected by
Attorney ta , the issuance of Bonds described
Florida Bar No. 586595 in the Complaint,
Chase inell & Jackson,pursuant to the Fina Judgment Defendant
Chose, Quinnell & Jackson, entered in a case pendin inD n
said Court, the style of which is NOTICE AND ORDER TO
indicated abt e . SHOWaCAUSE
LJLUS ^Any person or entity claiming TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA
an interest in the surplus, if any, THROUGH THE STATE ATTOR-
-- resulting from the foreclosure NEY FOR THE SECOND JUDI
sale, other than the property (CIAL CIRCUIT THE TAXPAY-
owner as of the date of the Lis ERS PROPETY OWNERS
Pendens, must file a claim on AN6 CITIZENS THEREOF, IN-











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6629 Elva St., Milton ~ 623-2120 .....


CLUDING NONRESIDENTS
OWNING PROPERTY OR SUB-
JECT TO TAXATION THEREIN
AND ALL OTHERS HAVING OR
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT TITLE
OR INTEREST IN PROPERTY TO
BE AFFECTED BY THE ISSU-
ANCE BY FLORIDA GAS UTIL-
ITY OF THE BONDS HEREIN-
AFTER MORE PARTICULARLY
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FECTED IN ANY WAY
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January, 2008, at 2:00
.m., Before the Honorable
William L. Gary. Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Second Judi-
cial Circuit in and for Leon
County, Florida, at the Leon
County Courthouse located in
Tallahassee, Florida, and to
show cause why the prayer of
the Complaint filed in the
above-entitled proceeding
should not be granted, and the
proceedings and the Bonds
therein described be validated
and confirmed, said Bonds be-
ing the Florida Gas Utility, Gas
Project No. Revenue Bonds in
one or more series and project
numbers to be determined by
the Board of Directors of Florida
Gas Utility in the aggregate
principal amount not to exceed
Tree Billion Dollars
I$3'000'000'0001 as more
particularly described in the
Complaint filed in these pio-
ceedings and the exhibits
thereto.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
prior to the date set for the hear-
ing on said Complaint for Vali-
dation, the Clerk of this Court
shall cause a copy of this No-
tice and Order to Show Cause
to be published in the manner
required by Section 75.06 and
Section 163.01 (71)(d), Florida
Statutes, in Leon County Florida
and in each County where the
Public Agencies which are par-
ties to the Inlterlocal Aareement
set forth in the Compraint and
designated as parties to this ac-
tion are located, in newspapers
published and of general circu-
lation in such counties, once
each week for two (2) consecu-
tive weeks commencing with
the first publication which shall
not be less than twenty (20)
days prior to the date set for
said hearing.
DONE AND ORDERED at Talla-
hassee, Leon Count Florida,
this 6th day of December,
2007.
WILLIAM L. GARY
Circuit Judge
121207
121907
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h anI yWoods w/ciairs $150, 10"
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PETS & ANIMALS $50, Large Microwave
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2100 - Pets Vacuum cleaner $20,
2110 - Pets: Free to ' Mitisubishi TV $80, com-
Good Home puter desk $50.
2120- Pet Supplies 626-4973
2130- Farm Animals/ '
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2140 - Pets/Livestock -,I 7 g
Wanted 3230
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h famiy Call Chest freezer, Cedar
6 L-5128 wardrobe, kitchen stuff,
tupperware, Christmas
Free to good home. decorations, figurines,
Small 5rold part Chi- misc. electronics, etc.
huohua/mix. Very loving, Milton
doesn't bite gets along 2-Family Yard Sale
with other dogs Needs Behind AM Vets off of
lots of TLC, alTshots up to Old Bagdad Hwy. 6324
date, lives indoors. Has Matador St. Fri&Sat.
seizures, controlled with 7am until.
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Must See! 7-male Pit Rese ancerh.
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3110 - Appliances Electric Wheelchair,
3120 - Arts & Crafts new battery very reason-
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3140 - Baby Items with sale. 675-6421
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business HIS & HERS
Equipment Two Jet-3 motorized
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3180 - Computers each(firm) Call
3190 - Electronics 529-7995
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture Never been used,
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3240- Guns Paid $1800 asking
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3330 - Restaurant/Hotel 994-930_
3340 - Sporting Goods 13 Cu. ft. uprite
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) freezer excellent condi-
tion $70.00. Formica Ta-
_ble 3x4 $50.00, 3
kitchen bar stools chair
319swivel, oak $50.60
3190 623-1152

Brand new Gate Way 5-Dining room chairs,
lap top external hard like new. $75 for all 5.
drive, with 35,000 DJ Jogging buggy like new.
and Karaoke songs win 2 seater,3-wleeler.
amp software and Hoster $75.00 623-2580
Karaoke software.
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Yard Machine riding
lawn mower $100.,
sheet rock dolly $50.
Call 529-7995


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

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DENTAL ASSISTANT
Needed Part-Time posi-
tion available - Jay area.
Please fax resume to:
(850)675-1950
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
1 -866-280-5309
Healthcare/Therapy
Physical
Therapist, FT/
Physical Therapy Asst.
Fax resume to 850-
682-6591 or mail to. PO
Box 2010 Crestview Fl
32536.
Web ID #27780050
Now Hiring
Experienced concrete fin-
ishers and laborers. Must
have own transportation.
995-7175
Postal Jobs
&17.33 to $27.58/hr.
Now Hiring. For applica-
tion and free government
job info. Call American
Association of Labor.
1-913-599-8226
24 hr Employment
Service
SALES ASSISTANT
NEEDED with stong tele-
phone and organiza-
tional skills; capable of
multi-taskina in a
fast-paced, usy office lo-
cated in Milton, FL.
Please fax resume to
(850)983-1090



PT short order cooks.
Experience preferred Ap-
ply in person between
2pm-5pm at 2790 Ava-
lon Blvd.


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Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend


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




Milton
Commercial Bldg.
for sale or lease, on
Stewart St., 1500 SQ
FT. Showroom, office
with shop. High traffic
area.
983-2296 or
206-4008
Milton
Office Space for rent,
excellent location. Utili-
ties included starting at
$350/mth. 255-40'04
Milton
Warehouse for rent ap-
prox. 1200 SF. 6-roll-up
doors. Excellent location.
255-4004



1 Bedroom unfurnished apart-
menit. Great for seniors S375
month plus deposit. 626-0287
If no answer leave message.
2 bedroom apartment.
Newly renovated. C H &
A. Just of Avalon Blvd.
$550. month / $500 de-
posit. 994-9391




The All New!
Jay

Apartments
FULLY RENOVATED
ONE, TWO, AN )
THREE BEDROOM UNITS
NOW AVAIL ABI

850-983-6995S


December 12, 2007


3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage. New tile & car-
pet. Military clause hon-
ored. $950/mth
$800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273
Navarre nice brick,
3br, 2ba, appls., FP, util.
rm, garage near school
no pets, $1100mo. Call
(850) 837-5072


.3BD/2BA doublewidae
on 1/2 acre corner lot.
Total Electric New
CH/A. No Pets.
$750/mth
$500/deposit.
623-6232.
Milton
(2)- 2/1 Water & Gar-
bage included. No pets.
$375/475mth
$300deposit. 675-6614


Lots for Sale
2-1 acre secluded lots
on Trice Rd., Pea Ridge.
Well wooded, great
schools $25,000 each.
ERA Bill Wallace Realty
623-5330 or 572-6500
North Allentown
10 Acres, absolutely
lush pasture/hayfield. -
Paved Rd., trees &
fenced. $149,000
626-9639


EISCIELLMNE��S


6170 I 7150 I


S 6110 | I 6140
All utilities included, North Milton
Downtown Milton, Living 2/BR 1 V2/BA, Kitchen,
space 2200 sq ft. on Eating Area, formal Din-
water, large fireplace, ing and large Living
AC/HC, patio, normal liv- Room. Utilities & Satellite
ingroom, diningroom, included. Finished if de-
breakfast bar any disabil- sired. $750/mth Tel.
cities, furnished, cable TV, 623-6287
microwave, small appli-
ances, private parking North Milton
$795+ Dep., 3/BR 2/BA
850-983-8195 6573 Sinclair St. Total
Electric, CHA no pets.
Milton $800.mth $500/dep.
2/1 brick duplex. All ce- Bay .rest Really/
ramie tile, stove, frig, 994-7918R
laundry hookups, fenced
yard with patio. North Milton
Non-smoking environ- 3BR/2BA 6560 Imerial
ment. $5757mth Dr. $900/mth
626-2928 $500/deposit. MYRICK
Milton Properties 512-5445
2/1 Duplex New appli- pace
ances and carpet. 3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
$500/mth Spacious brick home with
$200/deposit. a large, enclosed pool.
994-8045 3.5 acres. 5br/4.5
Milton baths; 3,614 SF. $1,950
2/BR 1/BA per month. Call
Non-smoking, no pets. 478-4607 Eric Gleton
Nice quiet area great Realty, Inc. A
for retirees. Calf:
623-6606 RENTERS/BUYERS-NO
Pace/Mulat BANKS. You CAN buy
Spacious 3 bedroom 1 now or RENT
bath a artment for rent. w/option-sale-owner fi-
CentraHeat and Air. nance with small down.A
Lots ofyard for kids. ament negotiable.
$450.00 month, Milton area. Go to
$450.00 deposit. website. CALL
995-4335 850-324-0494
-4http://www.highroad-

estmentgroup.com

Navarre Waterfront 2
br, 2 / 2 a TH with gar-,
age, deep water boat | 6150 |
slip, fireplace & hard- Milton
woods, screened in Lookin for person who
orch with acuzzi. Avail uld i o pr
/1/08.$1300 oo. zl would lie to share large,
/1/08. $300 mo or story home, with retired
Lease-368 option nurse. Downtown Milton
850-368-6700 - on creek. $495/mth must
HOhave references.
850-983-8195. Appoint-
ment only. Lots of extra
work for man or woman
3/BR 2/BA, 1552 if desired. 2 acres, very
living area. Available private.
now. $1050/mth Pace
$1050/deposit.
Non-smoking environ- 3BR/1 V2BA to share a
ment. Pets upon ap- home. All house privi-
proval. Janet Coulter Re lees utilities included.
ally. 206-36663 $95/month with
Available now: $100/deposit.
Clean, newly painted Small do ok. Call
1600sqft home. Country 995-1125 or 463-4103
setting in the city. CH&A
washer/dryer hook-up. f
Rent $775/$500 de- - U
850-981-9695
Bagdad Seeking room
Small house in Bagdad, to rent.
utilities furnished. CTean. White male (521 looking
No pets. $600/mth to relocate from KY to the
$150/deposit Ft. Walton/Destin/Santo
623-8415 Rosa area after 1st of
E. Milton year. Non- Smoker,
Off 1-10 & 87. clean-cut, friendly with
Nice 3/2, rent to own. lots of references. Room-
Fireplace, new carpet & mate / housemate gen-
paint. Water furnished der irrelevant. communi-
$850 per month plus de- cate via email at:
posit. 850-276-7993 smrussell@nctc.com

3/BR 2/BA on 1 acre.'
700/mth
$500/deposit. 6160
982-2127 Milton/Munson
East Milton Long or short term.
Best of both worlds-quiet Quiet non-smoking envi-
country 3/BR 25/BA ronment. Kitchen laun-
home, minutes to 1-10 dry, utilities, satelite TV,
w/fireplace, ingound fax, internet, unlimited
pool w/pool house, 2 long distance included.
car garage, FL room, and $2 5/mth. 957-4616
large porch.
Non-smoking lease,
references & deposit.
$900/mth 623-9623
Jay/Milton/Pace 2 bedrooms 2 bath
Rentals 2 & 3 Water furnished. $375
bedrooms. $400-$650 er monthplus deposit.
er month. Call 850-276-7993
994-5703 Chumuckla
Milton 3/1.5 bath, total elec-
3/1 newly remodeled tric, recently remodeled.
$650/mth 626-4266 Covered porch, $395
7Miltonplus deposit. 994-8865
3/BR 1/BA CH & A or 994-6212
fenced back yard, car- Chumuckla
ort. 5374 Lexington 3/2 new carpet,
$700/mth $475/mth + deposit.
$00/deposit. 994-8865 or 994-6212
255-1459
MiltoEast Milton
Milton 4995 Community Circle
3/BR 1 /BA in Skyline 4/BR Doublewide,
625/mth $575/mth $575/deposit
$300ideposit. 981-1631
982-2127981-1631
Milton For Rent
6631 WesdonrCourt Fema Mobile Home
3/BR 2/BA $800/mth 3/2. East Gate Mobile
$800/deposit. Home Ranch 626-8973
981-1631 Milton
Milton/Pace . . . , , .


S 8220 8220
Looking for Looking for
A good clean, ready to Dead 2000 Yamaha
go, set of carburetors for GP800 waverunner (or
a 2000 (or comparable comparable year) to rob
year) Yamaha GP800 or buy parts off. Please
Waverunner. Please call call 864-5745. Leave
864-5745, leave a mes- message if no answer.
sage if no answer.


8240

electr c start motor long
Shaft, excellent condition
L � __ _ ~$556.512-5445


36' Monaco
Knight
2001 Diesel, 2 slide
outs, paired w/2004
Jeep Cherokee Limited
Ltd. w/aux. braking for
safest travel. $90K. Must
sell make offer.
856-939-2218


Milton
2/BR totally renovated.
$350/mth
$200/deposit. No pets.
368-7506 or 983-1091
Milton
2BD/1BA water and
arbage furnished.
550 per month with a
550 deposit
554-2388 or 983-1725
Milton
3/BR 1/BA, No pets,
water and garbage
furnished. $50/mth
$600/deposit.
516-0786
Milton
Country Living
Peacefu , quiet & clean.
3/2 on 1 acre with
fenced playyard, storage
shed, washer/dryer. Min-
utes from lakes, creek &
horse stables.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $600mth/$600ep.
957-1001
Milton
DBL.Wide private, near
town, Lg 2/BR 2/BA
Ap pl. W/D CHA.
$660/mth 623-8511 Iv.
msg.
Milton
RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
$250/mth water &
qarbaqe included.
523-8753
Pace
3/2 Doublewide like
new inside laundry,
CH/A, great location.
Non-smoking, no pets.
$700/mth
$700/deposit.
623-8628
Pace
3/2 Rent to own. $700
down $700/mth.
Property included. Pace
schools. 850-565-0097







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


7100
Milton
1100+ SQ FT. of quiet
country living. Lg. 2/BR
2/BA, porch, carport,
CHA, Appl. on 1 acre. 4
miles from Milton.
$62,000. Call:
910-0975
Milton
3/2 Brick home. Newly
remodeled, 1500+ SF.
Nice area. $114,900.
Call Dave at
1-866-660-3131

Navarre
Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
the heart of Navarre.-
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches.- This
home offers 1582 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2 car garage.~ You
will find a very open
split floor plan with a
magnificent kitchen fea-
turing beautiful appli-
ances (including refrig-
erator) and tons of
counter and cabinet
space including a cen-
ter island.- There is
also a very large back-
yard that is fully
fenced.- You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home.-
Offered af only
$194,900. MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.-
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker Onited
850-723-1907.



S 7150
Allentown Area
North of Milton
2 lovely lots with 3+ ac-
res each. Located less
than 7 miles from the
proposed new Wal-Mart
on 87 N. Lot #1
$75,000, Lot #2
70,000 will trade for
and. ERA Bill Wallace
Realty 623-5330 or
572-6500


7160
East Milton
Like Country living?
3/BR 2/BA mobile home
5 minutes to 1-10 on quiet
country acre. Fenced
yard $69,000.
623-9623
Pace
1/2 ACRE
WITH MOBILE HOME
For Sale $46 000 OBO
Call 994-0849 or
554-7654



Mary Esther Two 1
acre panoramic deep
water estate lots. fabu-
lous docks on intercoastal
waterway. $925K and
$865K. Call
850-598-6614




Destiny by the
ea
Gated beachfront com-
munity. Luxurious home,
bargain priced $875K
Calr850-598-6614







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



1986 Dodge Aires
4-cylinder, good shape,
good transportation.
$900.00 623-2580
1992 Nissian, Infinity
Q45, runs great, $3000
1996 Town-n-Country
LXI Runs great $3000.'
626-70642
2000 Dodge Intrepid
white/tinted windows.
92,000 miles. $5500
obo. Excellent condition,
new tires (last year)
beautiful interior. Cb
layer. owner. Gets
8-30 mpTg 675-4019 or
390-5586
2004 TOYOTA CAMRY
LE for sale by owner.
Desert Dand, 58K miles,
good condition, detailed
maintenance loq.
$14,275 NADA; will sell
13,000. Call Suzanne
@ 623-4981; message
OK.
2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse
Very good condition, low
mileage, 2 new tires.
$12,000.00 Call:
380-3009
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048


120
1983 AMC Jeep CJ5
4-wheel drive with new
top and doors. $5000
mint condition. 9941667
1992 Jeep Wrangler 4
cylinder, good condition.
$4000. 512-5445


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" is that music
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Stupendous
Curls around
Spots for watches
Makes hush puppies
David Bowie's model
wife
Hawaiian goose
Felines
1957 Pulitzer Prize
winner James
Lined up
Squint
Singer Nelson
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16.__ Know (2 wds.)
17. The Lost__
19. Disencumbers
!0. Scaredy cat's shout
!1. Ear pain
!2. Nearly
!4. Leg bend
!5. Malarial symptom
!6. Word of appreciation
!9. Stiffness
13. Compliments plus
34. Sour fruit
15. Spanish Mrs.
16. Once more
37. United
38. Imitated Icarus
19. "... __ any drop
to drink"
10. Penalized
11. Gather
12. Sessions
14. Separates
15. Walk through water
16. Actor Gwynne
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2. Shoe insert
3. Scuba diver's need
4. Ram's ma'am
5. Daughters of
Eurynome and Zeus
6. Supple
7. Linda's role on Room
For Two
8. Modern (prefix)
9. Hurt
10. Varied collection
11. Cutlass maker, for
short
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15. Caught
18. Military levels
23. The Bridge Of San
__ Rey
24. Recognized
25. Got ready, in archery
26. Before fix or
continental
27. City on the Red
River


8130
82 Ford P/U. 6-cylinder.
Runs good, mag wheels.
$600 obo.
Call: 623-6339 or
626-7555

1998 Ford F 150
XLT V8
Extended cab, Bedliner,
new tires, power win-
dows & doors, cruise, tilt
wheel, AT/AC/CD
79,000 miles. Excellent
condition. Below NADA
retail $8500 obo
626-0963


NEW TlBIAY
GMC 2500 HD 2006
6.0L engine, 4 wd, crew
cab, 22K miles, truck
box, running boards, bed
mat, dual owmaster ex-
haust exc. cond.
$24,900. Call 850
217-6190

Santa's Sled Tundra
SR5,
Heavy duty great hauling
truck. 7,000 miles. Gun
metal gray, bucket seats.
Many extras, new rails.
Must see to appreciate.
623-8565 or
850-450-3764




1998 Chevy Astro V6,
Very clean, new paint,
front and rear air. 8 pas-
senger. 92,600 miles.
Askina $4800 obo.
623-2757 or 723-4749


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