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Milton's


past bills are due


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay @ srpressgazette.com
The City of Milton has
become more stringent when
dealing with unpaid utility
bills due to a high volume of
delinquent accounts.
Milton Mayor Guy
Thompson, says the problem
is residents' unpaid bills
become the City's unpaid debt
as renters up and move leav-
ing the city to absorb the loss.


The City of Milton utilizes
the profits made from its utili-
ties to help balance the gener-
al fund, the source of revenue
from which the City's police,
parks, fire, administration,
landscape, roads, and mainte-
nance are funded.
Thompson says in some
cases Milton city residents are
over 120 days late paying their
bill, some as high as $300.
While he doesn't have a


total dollar amount to put on
the outstanding bills,
Thompson says the City's new
more aggressive approach
will, "improve our cash flow."
Dewitt Nobles, Milton
City Clerk, explains that each
resident has 15 days to pay
their utility bill, which is an
all-inclusive bill covering
water, sewer, garbage, and
sometimes gas.
After the initial 15 days,


Nobles says the bill becomes
past due and the resident then
has a five-day grace period
before they are added to a cut
off-list to have their service
discontinued.
Traditionally, the City has
been more lenient when it
comes to asking it's citizens to
pay up, for example-in the
wake of hurricane Ivan.
However, recent financial dif-
ficulties at the state and local


level have necessitated a
stricter adherence to policy.
As Thompson points out,
"Gulf Power doesn't cut you
any slack [when you don't pay
your bill]."
The Mayor says for
Milton to maintain its services
it can't be offering free utili-
ties. "It's not good business,"
adds City Manager Donna
Adams.
The City is not without


sympathy for those who are
having difficulties paying their
utilities as the Mayor explains
they are willing to work with
people if there are extenuating
circumstances or a special sit-
uation.
If residents will come in
prior to having their utilities
shut off, Adams says, they can
make an agreement with the
City Clerk to sign a
See CITY Page 7A


Marines participating with the Toys for Tots program unload toys for area children. The toy drive is locally supported by the Salvation
Army who refer families in need. In the 60 years since the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program began, Marines have dis-
tributed more than 370 million toys to more than 173 million needy children.
Press Gazette photos by Josh Wilks


Marines at war with


the Christmas Blues

JJArea toy drive a huge success


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.comn
Although Marine 2nd Lt.
Steven Adcock may not look
anything like Santa Claus, to
hundreds of Santa Rosa chil-
dren this year, he's the closest
thing.
For the ninth year, Adcock
has spent nearly a week in
December participating with
the Toys for Tots program,
organized by the U.S. Marine
Corps Reserve - locally sup-
ported by the Salvation Army
that refer families in need.
As a lead member in the
local branch of the program,
Adcock spent nearly $12,000
of donated funds at Wal-Mart
last week buying toys and
bicycles as a part of the cam-
paign.
"There are a lot of kids in

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this area that go without gifts
because of financial hard-
ships," Adcock said. "In a
small way, we give a little
hope during this time of giv-
ing."
Throughout October,
November and December,
volunteers place donation
boxes at various businesses
collecting new and unwrapped
toys to support the program.
The program also accepts
monetary donations. The toys
are then distributed as
Christmas gifts to underprivi-
leged children.
In addition to the Toys for
Tots campaign, the Salvation
Army has an Angel Tree pro-
gram that provides new cloth-
ing or toys for children of
needy families.
See TOYS Page 7A


MI MIN Rough waters


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for Pond Creek


0 County does not want to be a

S....part of the project's sewer dispute


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.com
After an hour of discus-
sion last week, the Santa Rosa
County Commission decided
to postpone a decision that
would reverse a 2006 zoning
development order allowing
Mitchell Homes to develop
nearly 54 residential lots on a
44.7-acre tract along the
northern area of Pond Creek
off Hamilton Bridge Road.
Last year, the property
was rezoned from agriculture
to residential allowing nearly
double the amount of home
sites on the property. The
approval was based on the
stipulation of sewer connec-


Gift ideas

By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.com
Instead of rambling
through a crowded shopping
mall searching for that last-
minute Christmas gift, area
museums and nonprofit organ-
izations offer a variety of hol-
iday gifts that will save you
time and money.
From note cards and
books of local history to
Christmas ornaments and
dolls, consider this your local
guide to last minute, unique
Christmas gifts that you can
find in your own neighbor-
hood.
* "The Main Ingredient"
Cookbook
From Mama's skillet corn-
bread to peanut butter fudge,
the Main Ingredient cookbook
is the perfect gift for the chef
who is looking to cook up
some good food and tradition.
A collection of more than
250 recipes submitted by
Milton residents, the commu-
nity cookbook features recipes
reminiscent of church socials
and family suppers.
The keepsake book also
includes a section on "Fresh


tion, Santa Rosa County offi-
cials said. At that time,
Mitchell Homes assured the
county there would be sewer
service available, but now the
company is saying the connec-
tion service would be too
expensive and septic tanks
would be their only option.
"We want to continue to
be a good corporate neighbor,
but Pace Water System is not
cooperating," said Paul Saba,
general manager for the
Pensacola division of Mitchell
Homes. "We thought in good
faith that sewer was avail-
able."
Several neighbors of the
See CREEK Page 8A


for good

from the Riverwalk Market."
The section includes recipes
that were demonstrated at the
market. Other sections
include "Breakfast, Brunch
and Breads," "Meats and
Main Dishes,'" Salads and
Dressings," "Seafood,"
"Satisfying Side Dishes,"
"Sweet Endings," and "This
and That."
Cost of the cookbook 'is
$12 and is available at Clark's
Lock and Safe, the Copper
Possum Antique Mall, and the
Santa R6sa Chamber of
Commerce. Proceeds go
toward downtown Milton his-
toric preservation efforts.
For more information, call
626-6246.
* Downtown Milton
Historical Throw
Keep cozy with a limited
edition throw depicting build-
ings unique to the historic
downtown, such as the Fisher-
Hamilton Building, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church, the
Ollinger House, Exchange
Hotel, and the Imogene
Theatre. The throw can also
serve as a historical
See IDEAS Page 8A


Mayor concerned over block scheduling


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@ srpressgazette.comn
The recent recommenda-
tion made by the Santa Rosa
County School Board to staff
all high schools based on the
block system has impelled
Milton City Mayor Guy
Thompson to draft a letter to
the School Board regarding
the city's own Milton High,
and prompted discussion of its
unsatisfactory performance.
In his letter to the School
Board Thompson takes issue
with the block system, which


Milton has I


already
been on
for the past
ten years.
The
block sys-
tem, or
modular
schedule,
often


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4
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referred to i- I
as a 4x4, Thompson
requires
,students to take four classes a
semester, and then another four


classes the following semester.
"There are aspects of the
modular approach," writes
Thompson, "that in the case of
Milton High are and have been
problematic."
This last year Milton High
was graded a "C school", up
last year from a D, but only by
10 points says Thompson.
Thompson contends, "the
first question potential new res-
idents ask a realtor is, 'how
good are your schools?' It his
the mayor's fear that the answer
in the case of Milton's flagship


school is not impressive
enough to draw people to the
area.
He refers to this scenario as
detrimental to the City's suc-
cess and growth. "It not only
traps the students, it traps the
town", he says.
Thompson refers to several
shortcomings of the recom-
mendation, such as the fact that
under the block schedule stu-
dents sometimes take a class
four times a week, which he
says causes the students "to
lose continuity on their off


days."
"If a student misses a day
under the modular schedule,
that student is actually missing
the equivalent of two or more
days."
With four classes a day,
each instructional period lasts
an average of 80 minutes, far
too long contends the Mayor,
who says he has talked with
parents, teachers, and students
about just how much teaching
transpires in that time.
"No matter how well
See BLOCK Page 8A


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Obituaries


SPEAK



OUT
A KMt


N I,
Monday, 10:15 a.m.
Hi, septic tanks should-
n't be allowed in any new
subdivision because even-
tually those people will
have to pay an enormous
price to hook up to the
sewer system .and they
have to hook up as long as
it's so many feet from the
house. So septic tanks
should be banned in Santa
Rosa County. Thank you.

Saturday, 10:14 p.m.
Hi this is Liz. I'm just
wondering how someone
can get behind the wheel of
a vehicle, drunk, go down
the road, kill someone, and
then not get in trouble at
all-not go to jail for it.
I'm just curious. Thanks.

Wednesday, 9:06 p.m.
This is Mark.
Regarding the caller com-
plaining about the Sheriff's
taw enforcement carrying a
Confederate flag, he or she
should know that 1-95 runs
north. Take a ride.


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


Reno, Marie Ella
1922 - 2007
Marie Ella Reno, age 85,
went to be with her Lord God,
whom she loved and served all
the days of her life, on
Sunday, December 2, 2007.
Mrs. Reno was born in
Repton, Alabama on August 2,
1922. She moved to Pensacola
in her late teens living there
until 1986, when Mrs. Reno
made Milton her home for the
remainder of her years. She
was a member of Olivet
Baptist Church of Milton for
the last 20 years, holding the
honor of "Prayer Warrior for
God." She was a proud mem-
ber of the Saints Alive Choir
at Olivet where she sang prais-
es to God's name. She also
worked many years in the
nursery caring for the congre-
gation's children.
She was preceded in death
by her loving husband of 51
years-Richard A. Reno, and
her youngest son-Richard D.
Reno. She lost her mother,
Alice White, her father,
Luman White, and four broth-
ers (Ottis, Hurston, Houston,
and Maison) many years ago.
She leaves to cherish her


memory three daughters-
Joyce English, of Ft. Walton
Beach, Barbara Gardner, of
Dallas, TX, and Sharon
(Buddy) Franklin. of Pace;
one son-Gene (Irene) Luker,
of Tampa, FL. She leaves 11
grandchildren-Michelle
Jackson, Charles Ward,
Belinda Gimpel, Lisa Lewis,
Devon Hebert, Tonya Moore,
David Gardner, Rena Killam,
Misha Pitzen, Bobby Stewart,
and Shannon Stewart; 15 great
grandchildren and two great-
great-grandchildren; one sis-
ter-Alice Hancock, of
Pensacola, FL; many nieces
and nephews; and her dearest
friend-Nora Jones.
Visitation was held at
Lewis Funeral Home Milton
Chapel from 5:00-7:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, December 4, 2007. A
Celebration of Her Life
(Funeral) was held the follow-
ing day, Wednesday,
December 5, 2007, at Olivet
Baptist Church of Milton at
11:00 a.m. with Pastor Frankie
Godsey, presiding.
Burial followed in Milton
Cemetery with Lewis Funeral
Home Milton Chapel direct-
ing. There will be a social for
friends and family at Olivet
Baptist Church immediately
following burial services.
The family would like to
send a special thanks to the
compassionate and caring
nurses on the 4th floor at Santa
Rosa Medical Center.
Covenant Hospice of
Northwest Florida also
deserves a "Thank you" for
their wonderful group provid-
ing exceptional care for
patients and their family. They
are all God-sent.
Active pallbearers were
David Gardner, Bobby


Stewart, Shannon Stewart,
Don Harris, Roland Henson,
and Mark Smith.
Honorary pallbearers were
the Deacons from Olivet
Baptist Church.

Johnson, Mabel
Elsie
1912-2007
Mabel Elsie Johnson, age
95, of Milton, passed away
Thursday, December 13,
2007.
Mrs. Johnson was a native
of Lufkin, TX, and resided in
Santa Rosa County for the
past 35 years. She is the wife
of the late Roy Johnson and
was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Milton.
Mrs. Johnson is survived
by her son-Art Ereckson, of
Las Vegas, NV; her daugh-
ter-Norma J. Ereckson, of
Gatesville, TX; .two grand-
sons-Jeff and Greg
Ereckson, both of Tallahassee,
FL;' five great-grandchil-
dren-Boone, Breanne, Elisa,
Blake 'and Scott Ereckson;
brother-Gerald Hill, of
Conroe, TX; and four sis-
ters-Jane Lumbley, of
Lufkin, TX, Ruth Crocker, of
Dallas, TX, Cleo Cox, of
Maracaibo, Venezuela, and
Faye Grissett, of Freeport, TX.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Johnson were 11 a.m.,
Monday, December 17, 2007
at Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel with Dr. David
Spencer officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Milton Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. Visitation was from
3 to 4:30 p.m., Sunday,
December 16, 2007 at Lewis
Funeral Home Milton Chapel.
Pallbearers were Tommy


Dobbs, Ron Mitchem, Art
Ereckson, Jeff Ereckson, Greg
Ereckson, and Mike Long.
Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel is in charge of
arrangements.

Potter, Guy
1952 - 2007
Guy Potter, age, 55 of
Milton, passed away Monday,
December 10, 2007. He was a
native of Gainesville, Florida
and has resided in Milton for
the past 20 years. He was a
residential painter, liked to
fish and make music.
He was preceded in death
by his mother-,June Welter
Potter, his son-Guy Potter,
Jr. and a special friend-
Jennifer Robinson.
He is survived by his
father and stepmother-R. A.
And Katherine Potter of
Milton, 1 daughter-Dawn
(Charles) Faller of Pensacola;
2 grandchildren-Jordyn and
Madison Faller of Pensacola;
1 sister-Joy Harriman of
Odessa, Texas; and special
friends-Jason Robinson and
Diane Robinson.
Memorial services were at
6:30 p.m. Friday, December
14, 2007 in the Lewis Funeral
Home, Milton Chapel with
Father William Stoudemire
officiating. The family
received friends from 5:30
until the time of services.

Radige,,Arthur J.
1925 - 2007
Arthur J. Radige, age 82,
of Milton, FL, died Sunday,
September 30, 2007. He had
resided in the Pensacola, and
Milton area for the past 20
years.


Art was born March 5,
1925 in St. Louis to Authur
and Mamie Radige. He was
the middle child, having an.-
older sister, Mary, who passed,.
away in 2006, and a younger
sister, Ruth.
As a boy he sang in the
parish choir and attended St.,-
John the Baptist High School,.,
where his Latin teacher was
impressed with his language,
skills.
At 18 years of age, Art was.-
drafted into the Army, sent to
the Philippines during World-,
War II, where he saw combat.-,
He was in the American,
Infantry Division. Art learned
Japanese, served as an inter-,.
preter, and was Honor Guard,
to General Douglas McArthur.-
He attended Georgetown-
and Notre Dame Universities
where he sang in the college,
choirs and was a retired public.,
school educator.
When Art returned to St.
Louis, he lived with his moth-
er, taking care of her until she,.
passed away at the age of 95.
He was drawn to the1,
Pensacola area and had lived-,
there for 17 years and was a
volunteer at the Naval Aviation,;
Museum. He loved people and,
truly had the 'gift of gab.'
He was preceded in death.
by his parents, and sister, Mary.
Dugglin.
He is survived by his sis-,<
ter, Ruth (V.) Mangiaracina of
Pismo Beach, FL, and many
nieces and nephews.
A mass was celebrated at-,
11 a.m., Tuesday, December
18, 2007 at Saint Rose of Lima-
Catholic Church and burial
followed in the Barrancas-
National Cemetery.
Jay Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


Holiday hazards can ruin celebrations"


The holiday season for
many of us involves planning
festive parties, shopping, gift-
wrapping, and decorating our
homes. These busy moments
coupled with excited children,
rushed parents, a change in
routine, and entertaining holi-
day guests can set up poten-


tially dangerous poisoning sit-
uations. Remind your holiday
guests to keep medications up
and out of reach and sight of
young children.
Arnoilithr concern for the
holiday season that the Center
for Poison Control cautions
persons to be aware of the liq-
uid contents of snow globes.
"A study conducted by the
Florida/USVI Poison
Information Center-
Jacksonville over this past
year has revealed that some
manufacturers are using ethyl-
ene glycol (anti-freeze) as an
additive to snow globes.
Ethylene glycol is very toxic
and if swallowed, can cause
death to young children and
animals," comments Dr. Jay
Schauben, -director of the
Florida/USVI Center-
Jacksonville. "Be extremely
careful that children and pets
do not drink the contents
should one crack or break."
For the latest information
on toy hazard recalls, contact
the U.S. Consumer Product


Candlelight &
Carols
The Bagdad United
Methodist Church will have
Candlelight & Carols, an
Organ Concert presented by
Dave Turner celebrating the
Christmas season. It will be
Saturday, Dec. 22, at 7 p.m.
The church is located at 4540
Forsyth St, in Bagdad. For
more information, call 6266-
1948.


Safety Commission toll free
hotline at 1-800-638-CPSC
(1-800-638-2772); TTY (1-
800-638-8270); or log on to
www.cpsc.gov.
The Center offers the fol-
lowing tips to help eliminate
some common holiday poi-
soning hazards that could be
potential danger to your chil-
dren. Parents should be aware
of and discuss these poisoning
hazards with their children.
Decorations
-Modern ornaments are
usually non-toxic, but may
still pose as a choking haz-
ard if small enough to enter
a child's mouth.
-The liquid contained
in bubble lights is very toxic
if swallowed.
-The use of artificial
snow can cause respiratory
irritation if not used in a
well-ventilated area.
-Angel Hair, made of
spun glass, is irritating to the
eyes and skin.
-Lamp oils can be toxic
if contents enter the lungs.


Severe Weather
Update
Four residences were dam-
aged by severe weather this
afternoon in the Navarre area.
Calls to Santa Rosa Emergency
Communications began at.2:28
p.m. with Holley-Navarre Fire
District responding and estab-
lishing a mobile command area
on Coral Street. There were no
injuries, deaths or displaced res-
idents. Downed trees, fences,


-Artificial tree scents,
tree preservatives, colognes
and perfumes often contain
alcohol and irritants, and can
be dangerous if swallowed
or sprayed in the eyes,
Gift-wrap, hobby glues,
and batteries can block a
child's airway if swallowed.
Button batteries are particu-
larly dangerous if swallowed
and requires immediate
medical attention.
Plants
Poinsettia, Christmas
Berry, Mistletoe, Holly,
Bayberry, Christmas rose
and Jerusalem Cherry are
often present in the home
during the holiday season.
Care should be taken to pre-
vent children and pets from
ingesting these plants; sig-
nificant amounts when
ingested can be very danger-
ous. Symptoms of plant poi-
soning include nausea, vom-
iting, diarrhea, rash, mouth
and throat irritation, and
choking from airway
obstruction. Call the Poison


power lines and debris were
also reported. The Red Cross
was on scene to lend assistance.
The damage indicates the
storm traveled in a northeast
direction, and initial assess-
ments lead county staff to spec-
ulate the damage was caused by
straight-line winds, not a torna-
do touchdown. However, the
Mobile Office of.the National
Weather Service will be in
Navarre tomorrow to survey the
damage, gather witness infor-


Center for additional infor-,,<
mation if a child eats a plant
or any part of a. plant.
Alcoholic Beverages
-Alcohol is a common,
risk for children during the
holidays. A small amount.
can cause a child's blood
sugar to drop to a danger--
ously low level. Sleepiness,.-
seizures and breathing diffi-,-
culties can also occur.
-Clean up immediately;
following all holiday parties"
so that alcohol, cigarette,.
butts, and other potentially.
harmful items are not within'-
reach of children who may
imitate adult behavior.
-Store all alcoholic
beverages in a locked cabi-
net or up and out of reach
and sight of children.
-Don't drink and drive.
If at any time you sus-
pect a poisoning has
occurred, of if you have
questions concerning poi-
sonings, immediately call
the Poison Center at 1-800-
222-1222.


mation, and determine the
strength and official cause of the
event.
Preliminary damage assess-
ments show the following struc-
tures were affected:
-An unoccupied house on
Coral Street, approximately
75% of the home's roof was
removed;
-A mobile home on
Sevilla Street sustained roof
damage from a downed tree
limb;


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Oldfield, Austin Allen:
Male; 16: 3974 Omega St,
Pace; Possess of Weapon on
School Property. 11/23/07
Pearce. Amanda Rae;
Female; 21; 3054 Wind
Meadow Dr, Gulf Breeze:
Neglect Child Without Great
Harm (3 cts.). 11/21/07
Rodgers, Bruce Thomas;
Male; 14; 6813 Sagebrush Ln,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/25/07
Thurman, Richard
Andrew; Male; 27; 5437
Clayridge Ln, Milton; Possess
Cocaine. 11/23/07
Allen, Terry Lee; Male;
50; 4197 Ravenwood Dr.,
Pace; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
3rd Violation More Than 10
Years. 11/23/07
Brooks, Jr., Gary Lehn;
Male; 19; 4803 Jennifer Ln,
Pace; DUI. 11/21/07
Burke, Travis Benjamin;
Male; 25; 4097 Roxies Lane,
Pace; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 11/23/07
Firmin, Ronald John;
Male; 48; 612 Courier Place,
Pensacola; DUI. 11/22/07
Olsen, William Kyle;
Male; 28; 5369 Cherub Circle,
Milton; DUI. 11/24/07
Thele, Kenneth Dwayne;
Male; 22; 4524 Morningside
Lane, Milton; DUI. 11/24/07
Thigpen, Adam Britt;
Male; 23; 2056 Constitution
Dr, Navarre; DUI. 11/23/07
Walker, Rodney Erle;
Male; 38; 2909 Mossy Cove
Ln, Navarre; DUI. 11/24/07
Brandow, Kirkland
Dewitt; Male; 44; 544 Georgia
Lane, Brewton, AL; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
11/26/07
Cattell, Kelly Lara;
Female; 31; 5539 Mayfair
Circle, Pensacola; Contempt
of Court-Circuit. 11/26/07
Gipson, Darrell Leon;
Male; 39; 1868 Brenda Ave.,
Pensacola; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 11/26/07
Griffin, Bernard Eugene;
Male; 44; 2402 Delano St,
Pensacola; Failure to Appear
for Felony Offense. 11/26/07
Harpel, Christopher
Howard; Male; 40; 3972


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Keyser., Kimberly Ann;
Female: 24: 13540 Hwy. 89,
Jay; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/26/07
Lilley, James William;
Male; 38; 5873 Sabol Rd,
Milton: Contempt Court-
Circuit. 11/26/07
Locke, Deborah Lee;
Female: 54; 1997 Church St,
Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/26/07
Moody, Preston Eugene;
Male; 18; 8207 Country Bay
Blvd, Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/26/07
Guarin, Marvin Guy;
Male; 32; 7837 Skyview,
Navarre; Probation Violation-
Felony. 11/26/07
Thorpe. Travis Dremain;
Male; 25; Address Unknown.
Fugitive From Justice.
11/26/07
Campbell, Rebecca Lynn;
Female; 26; 3741 Sand Ditoh
Rd, Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Possess Narcotic Equip.
11/26/07
Smith, Jeanette Louise;
Female; 30; 5472 Bluebird St,
Milton; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 11/26/07
Perkins, Melanie
Paulette; Female; 44; 1942
Diplomat St, Gulf Breeze;
Aggrav Batt-Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon. 11/26/07
Illis, Christopher Ryan;
Male; 24; 7426 Reformation
Rd, Milton; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/26/07
Capps, Ronald Schenick:
Male; 46; 6605 Wesdon Ct,
Milton; Dealing In Stolen
Property. 11/27/07
Saenz, III, Simon; Male;
20; 6964 East Gate Rd,
Milton; DUI. 11/27/07
Chouteau, Pierre; Male;
47; 3002 Candide Lane,
McKinney, TX; DUI.
11/27/07
Elliott, William Chad;
Male; 31; 5564 Chipper Ln,
Pace; DUI. 11/26/07
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Larc-Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5.000.
11/28/07
Bradford, Kristina Marie;
Female; 23; 597 Frigate Dr.,
Ellijay, GA: Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/28/07
Dodd, Kimberly Ann;
Female: 26: 909 Pocohonis
Dr, Ft. Walton Beach; Larc-
Theft is $300 or More But
Less Than $5,000. 11/26/07
McQuade, Angela
Janiece; Female; 38; 3166
County Rd 730, Cullman, AL;
Failure to Appear For Felony
Offense. 11/28/07
Mendoza, Mary Jo;
Female; 32; 4301 Creighton
Rd, Pensacola; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
11/28/07
Sailers, Stephen Daniel;
Male; 37; 4 Pine Place,
Sharpsburg, GA; Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000 (2 cts.), Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300, Fraud-Swindle
Obtain Property $20,000 Less
Than $50,000, Fraud-Utter
False Instrument. 11/28/07
Stewart. Kenneth Roy;
Male; 49; 5421 Shotgun Trail,
Crestview; Larc-Theft is $300
or More But Less Than
$5,000. 11/28/07
Weaver, Joshua Blake;
Male; 19; 1951 Sparrow Ln,
Navarre; Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree, Marijuana-Possess
Not More Than 20 Grams,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 11/28/07
James, Gregory Lee;
Male; 22; 3301 Gene Fleming
Rd, Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
11/27/07
Simmons., Roland Todd;
Male; 38; 6574 Tar Plant Rd,
Milton; Marijuana-Possess
With Intent to Sell Mfg or
Deliver Sched I, Cocaine-
Traffic 28 Grams Less Than
150 KG Cocaine or Mixture,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
or Use. 11/28/07
Stroud, David J. L.; Male;
16; 8438 Hwy. 90, Milton;
Drugs-Possess Wit Sell Etc
New Legend Drug W/O
Prescription. 11/28/07
Medina, Angel Rivera;


Male; 29; 2033 Reagan Rd,
Navarre: DUI. 11/28/07
Collum, Thomas Fred:
Male; 57; 5427 Lucy Ln,
Milton; Battery-Felony Batt
Result From Bodily
Harm/Disability,, Cruelty
Toward Child Abuse W/O
Great Harm. 11/29/07
Griffin, Mathew Edward;
Male; 34; 1065 Lewis Rd,
Milton; Contempt of Court -
Circuit. 11/29/07
Hill. .r., Warren Dale;
Male; 20; 4240 Mosby St,
Pace; Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill,
Battery-Touch or Strike
(domestic violence). 11/29/07
White, Carl Anthony;
Male; 44; 8413 Billy Bob Ln,
Milton; Larc-Petit Third or
Subseq Offense. 11/29/07
Woodall, Justin Matthew;
Male; 20; 417 Warwick St,
Gulf Breeze; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/29/07
McGee, Nathaniel
Lawrence; Male; 33; Main
Street (Helping Hand Shelter),
Pensacola; Larc-Over $300
Under $5,000. 11/29/07
Turner, Timothy Earle;
Male; 41; 7555 Allie Grimes
Rd, Navarre; Drugs-Possess
Cntrl Sub W/O Prescription.
11/29/07
New, Aura Lei; Female;
23; 4955 Bell Ridge Ln, Pace;
Armed Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling, Grand Theft of
Vehicle, Criminal Misch, Petit
Theft. 11/29/07
Jackson, Robert Joel;
Male; 24; 8140 Menorca St,
Navarre; Probation Violation-
Felony. 12/1/07
Lanier, Thomas Edward;
Male; 24; 2791 Braswell St.,
Navarre; Possess of Weapon
or Ammo By Convicted Fla
Felon. 12/1/07
Myrick, Geneva
Brooks; Female; 49; 4505
Idlewood Dr, Pensacola;
Veh Theft-Grand 3rd
Degree. 11/30/07
Peterson, Kimberly
Ann; Female; 35; 3911
Bilbray St, Pace; Probation
Violation-Felony. 11/30/07
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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
TO BE VOTED ON JANUARY 29, 2008
NOTICE OF ELECTION

I, Kurt S. Browning, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do
hereby give notice that an election will be held in each county in
Florida, on January 29, 2008, for the ratification or rejection of a pro-
posed revision to the constitution of the State of Florida.

No. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 3, 4, AND 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 27
(Legislative)

Ballot Title:
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTIONS; LIMITATIONS ON PROPERTY TAX
ASSESSMENTS


Ballot Summary:
This revision proposes changes to the State Constitution relating to
property taxation. With respect to homestead property, this revision:
(1) increases the homestead exemption except for school district
taxes and (2) allows homestead property owners to transfer up to
$500,000 of their Save-Our-Homes benefits to their next homestead.
With respect to nonhomestead property, this revision (3) provides a
$25,000 exemption for tangible personal property and (4) limits
assessment increases for specified nonhomestead real property
except for school district taxes.

In more detail, this revision:
(1) Increases the homestead exemption by exempting the
assessed value between $50,000 and $75,000. This exemption does
not apply to school district taxes.
(2) Provides for the transfer of accumulated Save-Our-
Homes benefits. Homestead property owners will be able to transfer
their Save-Our-Homes benefit to a new homestead within 1 year and
not more than 2 years after relinquishing their previous homestead;
except, if this revision is approved by the electors in January of 2008
and if the new homestead is established on January 1, 2008, the pre-
vious homestead must have been relinquished in 2007. If the new
homestead has a higher just value than the previous one, the accu-
mulated benefit can be transferred; if the new homestead has a lower
just value, the amount of benefit transferred will be reduced. The
transferred benefit may not exceed $500,000. This provision applies
to all taxes.
(3) Authorizes an exemption from property taxes of $25,000
of assessed value of tangible personal property. This provision
applies to all taxes.
(4) Limits the assessment increases for specified nonhome-
stead real property to 10 percent each year. Property will be
assessed at just value following an improvement, as defined by gen-
eral law, and may be assessed at just value following a change of
ownership or control if provided by general law. This limitation does
not apply to school district taxes. This limitation is repealed effective
January 1, 2019, unless renewed by a vote of the electors in the gen-
eral election held in 2018.

Further, this revision:
a. Repeals obsolete language on the homestead exemption
when it was less than $25,000 and did not apply uniformly to property
taxes levied by all local governments.
b. Provides for homestead exemptions to be repealed if a
future constitutional amendment provides for assessment of home-
steads "at less than just value" rather than as currently provided "at a
specified percentage" of just value.
c. Schedules the changes to take effect upon approval by
the electors and operate retroactively to January 1, 2008, if approved
in a special election held on January 29, 2008, or to take effect
January 1, 2009, if approved in the general election held in
November of 2008. The limitation on annual assessment increases
for specified real property shall first apply to the 2009 tax roll if this
revision is approved in a special election held on January 29, 2008,
or shall first apply to the 2010 tax roll if this revision is approved in
the general election held in November of 2008.

ARTICLE VII
FINANCE AND TAXATION

SECTION 3. Taxes; exemptions.-
(a) All property owned by a municipality and used exclusive-
ly by it for municipal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxa-
tion. A municipality, owning property outside the municipality, may be
required by general law to make payment to the taxing unit in which
the property is located. Such portions of property as are used pre-
dominantly for educational, literary, scientific, religious or charitable
purposes may be exempted by general law from taxation.
(b) There shall be exempt from taxation, cumulatively, to
every head of a family residing in this state, household goods and
personal effects to the value fixed by general law, not less than one
thousand dollars, and to every widow or widower or person who is


blind or totally and permanently disabled, property to the value fixed
by general law not less than five hundred dollars.
(c) Any county or municipality may, for the purpose of its
respective tax levy and subject to the provisions of this subsection
and general law, grant community and economic development ad val-
orem tax exemptions to new businesses and expansions of existing
businesses, as defined by general law. Such an exemption may be
granted only by ordinance of the county or municipality, and only after


the electors of the county or municipality voting on such question in a
referendum authorize the county or municipality to adopt such ordi-
nances. An exemption so granted shall apply to improvements to
real property made by or for the use of a new business and improve-
ments to real property related to the expansion of an existing busi-
ness and shall also apply to tangible personal property of such new
business and tangible personal property related to the expansion of
an existing business. The amount or limits of the amount of such
exemption shall be specified by general law. The period of time for
which such exemption may be granted to a new business or expan-
sion of an existing business shall be determined by general law. The
authority to grant such exemption shall expire ten years from the date
of approval by the electors of the county or municipality, and may be
renewable by referendum as provided by general law.
(d) By general law and subject to conditions specified there-
in, there may be granted an ad valorem tax exemption to a renewable
energy source device and to real property on which such device is
installed and operated, to the value fixed by general law not to
exceed the original cost of the device, and for the period of time fixed
by general law not to exceed ten years.
(e) Any county or municipality may, for the purpose of its
respective tax levy and subject to the provisions of this subsection
and general law, grant historic preservation ad valorem tax exemp-
tions to owners of historic properties. This exemption may be grant-
ed only by ordinance of the county or municipality. The amount or
limits of the amount of this exemption and the requirements for eligi-
ble properties must be specified by general law. The period of time
for which this exemption may be granted to a property owner shall be
determined by general law.
(f) By general law and subject to conditions specified there-
in, twenty-five thousand dollars of the assessed value of property
subject to tangible personal property tax shall be exempt from ad val-
orem taxation.
SECTION 4. Taxation; assessments.-By general law regu-
lations shall be prescribed which shall secure a just valuation of all
property for ad valorem taxation, provided:
(a) Agricultural land, land producing high water recharge to
Florida's aquifers, or land used exclusively for noncommercial recre-
ational purposes may be classified by general) law and assessed
solely on the basis of character or use.
(b) Pursuant to general law tangible personal property held
for sale as stock in trade and livestock may be valued for taxation at
a specified percentage of its value, may be classified for tax purpos-
es, or may be exempted from taxation.
(c) All persons entitled to a homestead exemption under
Section 6 of this Article shall have their homestead assessed at just
value as of January 1 of the year following the effective date of this
amendment. This assessment shall change only as provided herein.
(1) Assessments subject to this provision shall be changed
annually on January 1st of each year; but those changes in assess-
ments shall not exceed the lower of the following:
a. Three percent (3%) of the assessment for the prior year.
b. The percent change in the Consumer Price Index for all
urban consumers, U.S. City Average, all items 1967=100, or succes-
sor reports for the preceding calendar year as initially reported by the
United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
(2) No assessment shall exceed just value.
(3) After any change of ownership, as provided by general
law, homestead property shall be assessed at just value as of
January 1 of the following year, unless the provisions of paragraph
(8) apply. Thereafter, the homestead shall be assessed as provided
herein.
(4) New homestead property shall be assessed at just value
as of January 1st of the year following the establishment of the home-
stead. unless the provisions of paragraph (8) apply. That assessment
shall only change as provided herein.
(5) Changes, additions, reductions, or improvements to
homestead property shall be assessed as provided for by general
law; provided, however, after the adjustment for any change, addition,
reduction, or improvement, the property shall be assessed as provid-
ed herein.
(6) In the event of a termination of homestead status, the
property shall be assessed as provided by general law.
(7) The provisions of this amendment are severable. If any
of the provisions of this amendment shall be held unconstitutional by
any court of competent jurisdiction, the decision of such court shall
not affect or impair any remaining provisions of this amendment.
(8)a. A person who establishes a new homestead as of
January 1. 2009, or January 1 of any subsequent year and who has
received a homestead exemption pursuant to Section 6 of this Article
as of January 1 of either of the two years immediately preceding the
establishment of the new homestead is entitled to have the new


homestead assessed at less than just value. If this revision is


approved in January of 2008, a person who establishes a new home-


stead as of January 1, 2008. is entitled to have the new homestead


assessed at less than just value only if that person received a home-


stead exemption on January 1, 2007. The assessed value of the


newly established homestead shall be determined as follows:


1. If the must value of the new homestead is greater than or


equal to the iust value of the prior homestead as of January 1 of the


year in which the prior homestead was abandoned, the assessed


value of the new homestead shall be the iust value of the new home-


stead minus an amount equal to the lesser of $500,000 or the differ-


ence between the iust value and the assessed value of the prior


homestead as of January 1 of the year in which the prior homestead


was abandoned. Thereafter, the homestead shall be assessed as
provided herein.


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2. If the just value of the new homestead is less than the just value of


the prior homestead as of January 1 of the year in which the prior


homestead was abandoned, the assessed value of the new home-
stead shall be equal to the just value of the new homestead divided by


the just value of the prior homestead and multiplied by the assessed
value of the prior homestead. However, if the difference between the
iust value of the new homestead and the assessed value of the new


homestead calculated pursuant to this sub-subparagraph is greater


ht an $500,000, the assessed value of the new homestead shall be


increased so that the difference between the just value and the


assessed value equals $500,000. Thereafter, the homestead shall be


assessed as provided herein.


b. Byv general law and subject to conditions specified therein,


the Leqislature shall provide for application of this paragraph to prop-


y rre owned bv more than one person.


(d) The legislature may, by general law, for assessment pur-
poses and subject to the provisions of this subsection, allow counties
and municipalities to authorize by ordinance that historic property may
be assessed solely on the basis of character or use. Such character or
use assessment shall apply only to the jurisdiction adopting the ordi-
nance. The requirements for eligible properties must be specified by
general law.
(e) A county may, in the manner prescribed by general law,
provide for a reduction in the assessed value of homestead property to
the extent of any increase in the assessed value of that property which
results from the construction or reconstruction of the property for the
purpose of providing living quarters for one or more natural or adoptive
grandparents or parents of the owner of the property or of the owner's
spouse if at least one of the grandparents or parents for whom the liv-
ing quarters are provided is 62 years of age or older. Such a reduction
may not exceed the lesser of the following:
(1) The increase in assessed value resulting from construc-
tion or reconstruction of the property.
(2) Twenty percent of the total assessed value of the property
as improved.
(f) For all levies other than school district levies, assessments
of residential real property, as defined by general law, which contains
nine units or fewer and which is not subject to the assessment limita-
tions set forth in subsections (a) through (c) shall change only as pro-
vided in this subsection.
(1) Assessments subject to this subsection shall be changed
annually on the date of assessment provided by law: but those
changes in assessments shall not exceed ten percent (10%) of the
assessment for the prior year.


) 2( No assessment shall e .


(3) After a change of ownership or control, as defined by gen-
eral law, including any change of ownership of a legal entity that owns
the property, such property shall be assessed at just value as of the
next assessment date. Thereafter, such property shall be assessed as
provided in this subsection.
(4) Changes, additions, reductions, or improvements to such
property shall be assessed as provided for by general law: however,
after the adjustment for any change, addition, reduction, or improve-
ment, the property shall be assessed as provided in this subsection.
(g) For all levies other than school district levies, assess-
ments of real property that is not subject to the assessment limitations
set forth in subsections (a) through (c) and (f) shall change only as
provided in this subsection.
(1) Assessments subject to this subsection shall be changed
annually on the date of assessment provided by law: but those
changes in assessments shall not exceed ten percent (10%) of the
assessment for the prior year.


(2) No assessment shall exceed just value.
(3) The legislature must provide that such property shall be


assessed at just value as of the next assessment date after a qualify-
ing improvement, as defined by general law, is made to such property.
Thereafter, such property shall be assessed as provided in this sub-
section.
(4) The legislature may provide that such property shall be
assessed at just value as of the next assessment date after a change


of ownership or control, as defined by general law, including any
change of ownership of the legal entity that owns the property.


Thereafter, such orooerty shall be assessed as provided in this sub-


section.


(5) Changes, additions, reductions, or improvements to such


property shall be assessed as provided for by general law: however,


after the adjustment for any change, addition, reduction, or improve-
ment, the property shall be assessed as provided in this subsection.

SECTION 6. Homestead exemptions.-
(a) Every person who has the legal or equitable title to real
estate and maintains thereon the permanent residence of the owner,
or another legally or naturally dependent upon the owner, shall be
exempt from taxation thereon, except assessments for special bene-
fits, up to the assessed valuation of twenty-five five thousand dollars
and, for all levies other than school district levies, on the assessed val-
uation greater than fifty thousand dollars and up to seventy-five thou-
sand dollars, upon establishment of right thereto in the manner pre-
scribed by law. The real estate may be held by legal or equitable title,
by the entireties, jointly, in common, as a condominium, or indirectly by
stock ownership or membership representing the owner's or member's
proprietary interest in a corporation owning a fee or a leasehold initially
in excess of ninety-eight years. The exemption shall not apply with
respect to any assessment roll until such roll is first determined to be
in compliance with the provisions of section 4 by a state agency desig-
nated by general law. This exemption is repealed on the effective date
of any amendment to this Article which provides for the assessment of


tion shall exceed the value of the real estate assessable to the owner
or, in case of ownership through stock or membership in a corporation,
the value of the proportion which the interest in the corporation bears
to the assessed value of the property.
(c) By gcncral law and subject to condition Spccificd thorcin,
the oxomption shall bc incrsascd to a total of twenty fivc thousand dol
lars of thc asscsscd valuc of thc rcal estate for cach school district
levy. By gcnoral law and subject to conditions spccificd thorcin, thc
xomRption for all othcr ,lvi s may boe ea;e i Icd up to an amount not
cxcccding tcn thousand dollars of thc aGGOscsd valuo of thc real
estate if thc owncr has attained age sixty fivc or is totally and pcrma
nentlv dishaled nod if the owner i not entitled to the exenmtion orovid


ed in subsection (d).
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districts: fiftccn thousand dollars with respect to 1980 asscssmonts;
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.(c_{e By general law and subject to conditions specified
therein, the Legislature may provide to renters, who are permanent
residents,.ad valorem tax relief on all ad valorem tax levies. Such ad
valorem tax relief shall be in the form and amount established by gen-
eral law.
(o)4.{ The legislature may, by general law, allow counties or
municipalities, for the purpose of their respective tax levies and subject
to the provisions of general law, to grant an additional homestead tax
exemption not exceeding fifty thousand dollars to any person who has
the legal or equitable title to real estate and maintains thereon the per-
manent residence of the owner and who has attained age sixty-five
and whose household income, as defined by general law, does not
exceed twenty thousand dollars. The general law must allow counties
and municipalities to grant this additional exemption, within the limits
prescribed in this subsection, by ordinance adopted in the manner pre-
scribed by general law, and must provide for the periodic adjustment of
the income limitation prescribed in this subsection for changes in the
cost of living.
e..{e-} Each veteran who is age 65 or older who is partially or
totally permanently disabled shall receive a discount from the amount
of the ad valorem tax otherwise owed on homestead property the vet-
eran owns and resides in if the disability was combat related, the vet-
eran was a resident of this state at the time of entering the military
service of the United States, and the veteran was honorably dis-
charged upon separation from military service. The discount shall be in
a percentage equal to the percentage of the veteran's permanent,
service-connected disability as determined by the United States
Department of Veterans Affairs. To qualify for the discount granted by
this subsection, an applicant must submit to the county property
appraiser, by March 1, proof of residency at the time of entering mili-
tary service, an official letter from the United States Department of
Veterans Affairs stating the percentage of the veteran's service-con-
nected disability and such evidence that reasonably identifies the dis-
ability as combat related, and a copy of the veteran's honorable dis-
charge. If the property appraiser denies the request for a discount, the
appraiser must notify the applicant in writing of the reasons for the
denial, and the veteran may reapply. The Legislature may, by general
law, waive the annual application requirement in subsequent years.
This subsection shall take effect December 7, 2006, is self-executing,
and -does not require implementing legislation.

ARTICLE XII
SCHEDULE

SECTION 27. Property tax exemptions and limitations on
property tax assessments.-The amendments to Sections 3, 4, and 6
of Article VII, providing a $25,000 exemption for tangible personal


orp perty providing an ad n


authorizing transfer of the accrued benefit from the limitations on the
assessment of homestead property, and this section, if submitted to
the electors of this state for approval or rejection at a special election
authorized by law to be held on January 29, 2008, shall take effect
upon approval by the electors and shall operate retroactively to
January 1, 2008, or, if submitted to the electors of this state for
approval or rejection at the next general election, shall take effect
January 1 of the year following such general election. The amend-
ments to Section 4 of Article VII creating subsections (f) and (g) of that
section, creating a limitation on annual assessment increases for spec-


ified real property, shall take effect up the electors and


shall first limit assessments beginning January 1, 2009, if approved at
a special election held on January 29, 2008, or shall first limit assess-
ments beginning January 1, 2010, if approved at the general election
held in November of 2008. Subsections (f) and (g) of Section 4 of
Article VII are repealed effective January 1, 2019: however, the legisla-
ture shall by joint resolution propose an amendment abrogating the
repeal of subsections (f) and (g). which shall be submitted to the elec-
tors of this state for approval or rejection at the general election of
2018 and. if approved, shall take effect January 1. 2019.


homestead property at less than just value.


(b) Not more than one exemption shall be allowed any indi-
vidual or family unit or with respect to any residential unit. No exemp-


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Viewpoints


6A Wednesday, December 19, 2007 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


OUR VIEW


Who has the



best plan?

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it
drink.
We've all heard the adage, but the same can be said for
education.
You can send a child to school, but you can't make him
learn.
For several years, the debate has raged over the bene-
fits of a more traditional six or seven-period school day
rather than the more contemporary "block scheduling."
With today's attention spans so short many youth have
trouble staying focused long enough to watch a 30-minute
sitcom, we wonder if either form of teaching will succeed.
Still, we must make an effort.
Both forms of scheduling have positives and negatives,
but the driving force behind the argument today seems to
be the "grade" ultimately awarded to the school itself.
Both Jay and Pace can serve as examples of how a
block schedule works. It is most comparable to a college
educational system.
On the other hand, there are schools which are not
making the grade they want and some feel, for example,
that Milton needs to change to the more traditional six or
seven periods per day. This, they think, would help meet
the demands of the FCAT and allow the school to come
closer to achieving the "A" status for which it strives.
A fact even our legislators should realize is, not every-
one learns at the same pace and, while most parents would
hope otherwise, not every child will be going on to col-
lege. These fact require some fluidity on the part of our
educational system. In fact, there are many things to con-
sider as each school weighs the option of scheduling.
Certainly funding ranks near the top of the list.
Santa Rosa Board of Education Chair Ed Gray recent-
ly and told everyone the system is broke. This causes con-
cern.
Teachers are contracted .' teach no more than five
classes per day, but in a more traditional format, educators
could end up teaching an extra class each day for the same
amount of pay. True, it involves the same number of hours,
but it is a point of contention, nevertheless.
Educators hold the future of the decision. It will
require an 80 percent vote to move from block scheduling
to the traditional format, but simply changing formats
doesn't, in and of itself, guarantee success.
Each school must ponder what would be in its best
interest.
In talking to students who learned in a block schedule
format, some say they feel they learned more, but they also
admit the classes were a little long.
Youngsters today are used to everything being fast.
Patience has become a lost virtue as we have grown
into an "on demand" society.
Some things never change: a, discipline issue will be a
discipline issue be the class 90 minutes or 45. The question
is, how can we make a broad decision without the person-
al needs of some child being overlooked?
The concept of 'No Child Left Behind' has virtually
become a monetarily impossible.
The concept is good, but there will never be enough
money to develop such an intricate and demanding pro-
gram in which every child is put in a personal educational
environment designed for his or her individual learning
needs.
We all learned about "survival of the fittest." The same
can be said for our educational systems. The problem is, no
one has yet created a one-size-fits all educational concept.
And we doubt they ever will.


Milton, Florida


Vol. 100, Number 72
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A GUEST VIEWPOINT


Iran news disappoil

By Donald Kaul months after he'd been told by our intelli-
gence community it's likely that Iran had


So it turns out that Iran, that evil
remnant of the Persian Empire, has been
out of the nuclear weapons business
since 2003. That at least is what the new
National Intelligence Estimate (the con-
sensus opinion of all U.S. spy agencies)
is saying.
You are free to take that with a grain
of salt, of course. In 2005, the same
bunch said, with "high confidence," that
"Iran currently is determined to develop
nuclear weapons despite its international
obligation and international pressure...."
Now they're saying: "Never mind."
They claim their confidence in the
Estimate is even higher this time around,
because their methods and their sources
are much better. That could be.
It has been my experience that intel-
ligence agencies have a tendency to
exaggerate threats to the national securi-
ty, not minimize them. Who's going to
fund a security agency lavishly if the
agency is telling them there's no security
threat to worry about?
All of this is to the good---one less
country we have to invade. (Don't tell
Dick Cheney. He was so looking for-
ward to a Christmas bombing.)
It's kind of bad news too though or at
least, as Sen. Joseph Biden put it,
"extremely troubling."

"Here in October," said Biden,
"President Bush raised the specter of
World War III with Iran because, as he
said, its pursuit of a nuclear weapon---


halted its weapons program as far back as
2003.
"And after all we've been through,
for this president to knowingly disregard
or once again misrepresent intelligence
about the issue of war and peace, I find it
outrageous."
But didn't President Bush, when
asked about that very thing, say that he
had received the intelligence assessment
only the week before.
'That's not believable," burst out
Biden. "I refuse to believe that. If that's
true, he has the most incompetent staff
in.. .modern American history and he's
one of the most incompetent presidents in
modern American history."
That's what you like about Biden; he
talks good sense. I do think he let Mr.
Bush off a little easy, however. George W.
Bush is one of the most incompetent
presidents in all of American history.
The new Estimate did little to change
the dialogue in the presidential primary
contests.
The Republican candidates, most of
whom seem to be running for Toughest
Kid on the Block, still huffed and puffed
about the threat posed by Iran and beat
their chests a lot.
The Democrats continued to beat on
President Bush, although they were care-
ful to take time out to beat also on Hillary
Clinton for her support of the resolution
that declared an Iranian military unit a ter-
rorist group.
"We have a real division here," said


nts some

John Edwards, "I mean among the
Democratic candidates; there's only one
that voted for this resolution. And this is
exactly what Bush and Cheney want-
ed."
And Barak Obama weighed in with:
"What I've been consistent about was
that this saber-rattling was a repetition of
Iraq, a war I opposed and that we need-
ed to oppose George Bush again. We
can't keep on giving him the benefit of
the doubt, knowing the ways in which
they manipulate intelligence."
All in all, it was a pretty good day
for Democrats, if you don't count
Hillary Clinton.
Perhaps the most encouraging
assessment buried in the document was
the assertion: "Tehran's decisions are
guided by a cost-benefit approach rather
than a rush to a weapon irrespective of
the political, economic and military
costs."
In other words, even though their
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
seems crazy, they are not crazy. And,
given the retaliatory power of the United
States, it would take a crazy country to
attack us with a nuclear weapon.
So we really don't have to bomb
Iran; not now, probably not ever.
They're not going to attack us.
Sorry Dick. Why don't you go out
and shoot some little birds? Or a lawyer.
That'll cheer you up.

Don Kaul is a two-time Pulitzer
Prize-losing Washington correspondent
who, by his own account, is right more


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Venezuela
By Mark Weisbrot
A week ago, with less than 90 pe
I ' cent of the vote counted and the opp
6 sition leading by just 50.7 percent
49.3 percent, Venezuelan Preside
Hugo Chavez congratulated his opp
nents on their victory. They had defe
ed his proposed constitutional reform
including the abolition of term lim
for the presidency.
No one should have been surprise
by Chavez's immediate concessic
Venezuela is a constitutional democi
our views cy, and its government has stuck to t
or ANY democratic rules of the game since
ette read- was first elected in 1998. Despite t
t, too. non-renewal of the broadcast licer
LETTERS
v R S for a major TV station in May - o
850) 623- that wouldn't have gotten a license
any democratic country - Venezu(
or content still has the most oppositional media
�or a letter the hemisphere.
sign your But the U.S. media has managed
our phone convey the impression to mo
nay phone Americans that Venezuela is some si
of dictatorship or near-dictatorship.


voting beats
Some of this disinformation takes
er- place through mere repetition and asso-
>o- ciation (e.g. "communist Cuba"
to appearing in thousands of news
ent reports) -- just as 70 percent of
)o- Americans were convinced, prior to the
at- Iraq war, that Saddam Hussein was
ns, responsible for the massacres of
its September 11. In that case, the major
media didn't even believe the message,
ed but somehow it got across and provid-
)n: ed justification for the war.
ra- In the case of Venezuela, the media
he is more pro-active, with lots of grossly
he exaggerated editorials and op-eds,
he news articles that sometimes read like
ise editorials, and a general lack of balance
ne in sources and subject matter.
in But Venezuela is not Pakistan. In
ela fact, it's not Florida or Ohio either. One
in reason that Chavez could be confident
of the vote count is that Venezuela has
to a very secure voting system. This is
ost very different from the United States,
ort where millions of citizens cast elec-
tronic votes with no paper record.


Florida by a
Venezuelan voters mark their choice on
a touch-screen machine, which then
records the vote and prints out a paper
receipt for the voter. The voter then
deposits the vote in a ballot box. An
extremely large random sample- about
54 percent -- of the paper ballots are
counted and compared with the elec-
tronic tally.
If the two counts match, then that
is a pretty solid guarantee against elec-
tronic fraud. Any such fraud would
have to rig the machines and stuff the
ballot boxes to match them - a trick
that strains the imagination.
It is not only the secure elections
that are responsible for this result - it is
also that the government has delivered
on its promises to share the nation's oil
wealth with the poor and the majority.
For most people - unlike the pundits
here - voting for something and actual-
ly getting what you voted for are also
an important part of democracy.
The Bush administration has con-
sistently sought regime change in


slim margin
Venezuela, even before Chavez began
regularly denouncing "the Empire."
According to the U.S. State
Department, Washington-funded lead-
ers and organizations were involved in
the coup that briefly overthrew
Chavez's democratically elected gov-
ernment in April 2002. The
"Washington Post" reported this week
that the Bush administration has been
funding unnamed student groups, pre-
sumably opposition, up to and includ-
ing this year.
Venezuela must be seen as unde-
mocratic and Chavez as the aggressor
against the United States, in order to
justify the Bush administration's objec-
tive of regime change. As in the run-up
to the Iraq war, most of the major
media are advancing the administra-
tion's goals, regardless of the intentions
of individual journalists.

Mark Weisbrot -- is co-director of
the Center for Economic and Policy
Research, in Washington, D.C.










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A Marine helps sort a recent arrival of toys at the central location
for the Marines' Toys for Tots Drive.
Press Gazette photo by Josh Wilks


Toys

Continued From Page One
The program allows spon-"
soring companies to place
decorated trees in high visibil-
ity areas with numbered paper
angel tags that have the first
name, age and gender of a
child who needs a gift.
Donors purchase appropriate
gifts for the child described
on the tag and remove it from
the tree.
"There's been a major
increase in need this year,"
said Renee O'Neal, interim
Santa Rosa County Salvation
Army manager. "There's been
a big shortage, but it's starting
to pick up."
The economy is really
hurting people this year,
O'Neal said. She has noticed
that many families who need
assistance have a parent who
has been laid off from work.
The need has increased while
the supply has decreased.


"I'm just astonished at
what people are going
through," O'Neal said. "We
try to meet the child's special
request. At least we can help
as much as we can."
In the 60 years since the
U.S. Marine Corps Reserve
Toys for Tots Program began,
Marines have distributed more
than 370 million toys to more
than 173 million needy chil-
dren, according to the Toys for
Tots Web site.
"It's' all about the chil-
dren," Adcock said. "We're
able to give them a great
Christmas. That makes it all
worth it."
The toy drive is over for
this holiday season, but the
Toys for Tots Foundation
accepts monetary gifts
throughout the year. To find
out how to help, visit
www.ToysForTots.org or
SalvationArmyUSA.org.


Milton man hits Fantasy

Five for over $250,000

Special to the Press Gazette I ,
William Johnson, 80, of 'i" ,
Milton, walked away with a '
check for $288,409.43 after he
won the Florida Lottery's
FANTASY 5 drawing on
Saturday, Florida Lottery offi-
cials reported Monday.
Johnson chose the five win- ''i
ning numbers. The ticket was
purchased at The Local Yokel A-: ,
on Ward Basin Road in East
Milton. The store will get a
$500 award for selling the i
winning ticket.









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promissory note and make pay-
ments as long as they are not
blatantly dodging the system.
"They have to make a good faith
effort," says Thompson.
To have one's utilities rein-
stated residents pay a reconnect
fee of $36 inside the city limits
and $42 outside.
At the next Finance
Committee meeting Thompson
says they are looking at con-
ducting further assessment of
just how much money in unpaid
utilities the City is dealing with.




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RACHAEL HENDRICKS

Someone who has made a difference
After 26 years in education, Mrs.
Rachael Hendricks of Jay is someone a
lot of those who have gone through the
- Santa Rosa County School System
should know. Although not a native
daughter, she came to Florida from
S Alabama at an early age and made her
home here, established a career, and
raised a family.

Rachael got her first teaching job at
R a Fidelis Elementary School in 1977. And
as the years passed, she taught at Jay
Elementary and transferred to East
' Milton Elementary School in 1991,
where she was active in both the class-
Rachael Hendricks room and administration. She retired as
principal there in 2003.

Rachael attends Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church and spends much of her
time now "...doing some of the things I have always wanted to do but never had
the time for," some of which is keeping up with the activities of her seven
grandchildren, ranging in age from 4 to 21.

She does some travelling, reads a great deal, and of course, gardens. She says
she misses the time she spent in the various schools and remembers so many of
those students she taught and fellow workers she met. It was like giving up a
part of herself when she retired, she said. "You get attached to those you work
with, and miss them tremendously when you part. It was like family there at
East Milton, and I'll always remember then as such."

Rachael is someone a lot of us know and someone who has touched a lot of
lives, establishing a relationship of trust and integrity within and without the
school system among both students and administrators. We're proud to salute
her in her retirement and wish her the best as she goes about her day to day
activities in Jay.


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planned," Thompson says,
"on many days teachers end
their instruction well before
the class time expires with
15-45 minutes for the stu-
dents to begin their home-
work."
"When all of that time is
added up at the end of the
semester, less information
and material has been cov-
ered. As a result," he says,
"when schools are tested and
graded, the results reflect that
fact."
In last week's School
Board meeting several par-
ents and students from Gulf
Breeze High School, who
along with Navarre High are
on a seven period day, turned
out to express their opposi-
tion to the change.
One Gulf Breeze junior,


Alicia Jeffrey, said she was
worried about what a 4x4
schedule would do to her
Advanced Placement (AP)
classes, claiming, "it would
mean cramming incompre-
hensible amounts of informa-
tion in one class period."
The Mayor agrees, stat-
ing, "it is especially difficult
to cover the necessary materi-
al for AP courses in the time
allotted."
Thompson says the
amount of electives, which
makes students more well
rounded, are compromised
under the block schedule,
depriving students from par-
ticipating in enriching cur-
riculum such as band, chorus,
and speech.
When asked to explain
the success of an "A school"
like Pace High School, which


is also on a block schedule,
the mayor again points to
demographics.
"For a different demo-
graphic the block schedule
might work," says
Thompson, who believes for
a lower performing school
like Milton, "it's time to try
something different."
Thompson has called
upon the School Board, and
Administration to approve a
six period schedule for
Milton, similar to that of
schools in the southern end of
the county.
Each high school will
soon have the option to adopt
the schedule of their choice
given that it is approved by
their respective school advi-
sory board by January 17.
Thompson says he does
not hold out much hope in the


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property spoke against allow-
ing the residential develop-
ment, saying that the envi-
ronmental impact of septic
tanks would threaten Pond
Creek, a waterway that has
been environmentally sensi-
tive for years, including at
various times high levels of
E. coli and issuance of health
warnings prohibiting swim-
ming and fishing in the creek.
The bacterial issues are said
to be caused by faulty septic
systems and sewage
spillovers.
"My children swim in
that creek and I would like
for my grandchildren to be
able to swim in it," said
Ginny Garrett, who lives
directly across the creek from
the development. "It's time
we stand up to these develop-
ers for not living up to their
promises."
Garrett and others said
they are not, against develop-
ing the property, but that the
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connection.
Commissioner Bob Cole
said the environmental pro-
tection of the creek was his
primary concern in support-
ing to reverse the rezoning
decision. Cole said he was
assured by the previous and
current owners th&re would
be sewer service available.
"This is where I draw the
line. I will not consider any
project that will have an
effect on our waterways," he
said. "We don't need to create
another problem to fix later."
He said that the county
has expended too many grant
funds to mitigate sewage
issues to allow this to hap-
pen.
"Even if it's rezoned to
agriculture, that won't pre-
vent Mitchell Homes from
building there with septic
tanks," said Daniel Saba, a
representative of Mitchell
Homes. "We're planning on
septic tanks that exceed
requirements."


Daniel said the , septic
tanks would be more than
300 feet from the creek,
exceeding county standards
of 100 feet and state standard
of 75 feet.
"The developer should
have a true understanding [of
connection availability],"
Commissioner Don Salter
said. "Mitchell needs to sue
Pace Water System. This
commission shouldn't be in
the middle of this."
The commission asked
for the topic to reappear in
January allowing time to find
answers to questions.
The first commission
committee meeting is Jan. 7.
Its first regular meeting is
Jan. 10. Mitchell representa-
tives said if the property were
reverted to agriculture, 30
homes would be built on the
property as opposed to 54.
If the commission
approves to initiate the
rezoning proce;., the issue
will be sent.to the Planning
Board and:,,would be up for


case of Milton High's
chances of switching to the
desired six period day, which
must pass by a vote of 80%
among teaching staff-the
group most effected by the
change.
Thompson, says, as he
understands it, the modified
block will require teachers to
teach three out of four classes
one semester with one plan-
ning period, but teach four
out of four the following
semester, with no planning
period.
However, with steps in the
right direction, such as
Milton's new principle,
Thompson says Milton High
offers a good education but
has been stigmatized by a neg-
ative perception, one which he
is calling on the School Board
to help change.


Ideas

Continued From Page One
home display. ,
The throws can be pur-
chased for $55 at the Santa
Rosa County Chamber of
Commerce or at the Copper
Possum Antique Mall.
Proceeds go toward down-
town Milton historic preserva-
tion efforts.
For more information, call
626-4492.
* Historical Christmas
Ornaments
As the second in a new
series, the Bagdad Village
Preservation Association
offers a porcelain ornament
depicting the old Bagdad Post
Office built sometime around
1913. The post office was in
operation until 1986 and is
currently being restored by the
preservation association.
Previous ornaments can be
purchased as well. Cost is $10.
Ornaments are available at the
Bagdad Museum, 4512
Church St., Bagdad, from 9
a nm to noon on SAiird.ij orby/
calling 623-3734.
* Bagdad Mill Workers
Photo
Taken during the last days
of the Bagdad Land and
Lumber Co.'s operation, this
unique photo is a reproduction
of a 1939 photo that pictures
all workers and others at the
Bagdad Mill. It is available
unframed for $35 and framed
for $75.
Items can be purchased at
the Bagdad Museum, 4512
Church St.,. Bagdad, from 9
a.m. to noon on Saturday or by
calling 623-3734.
The Bagdad Museum gift
shop also offers a variety of
unique gifts including local
history books, note cards, t-
shirts, caps, pens, books,
prints, and other crafts.
* The Magnolia Center
Cookbook
The Magnolia Center is
cooking up some sweet.treats
and good food v. ith the sale of
its keepsake cookbook.
The souvenir cookbook is
$10. The proceeds will be
used to support the center's
programming. To place orders
call 623-8900.


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caught the attention of area
shoppers with its unique
offerings of luggage, purses,
jewelry, home decor, and col-
lectibles. Now, eleven months
later, that popularity is more
pronounced than ever!
In fact, due to an enlarged'
customer traffic, Surprises
Instore found it necessary to
move to larger quarters.
Formerly located at (6"i
Caroline Street next door to
Papa John's. Surprises Instore
is now situated directly
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Caroline SRic
The only change, aside
from moving across the street
to o-,l.i ' . its i'l,1i,, space, is
the :iaddi,,B'i of more mer-
chandise for the convenience
of its customers. All its for-
mer unusual and l'n.icin.i\e
offerings along with its usual,
.'i-.i.tdii;, customer service
are still in tact--olil more so!
Surprises Instore is
unique in a number of ways,
not only for its merchandise
but the way it was organized
and developed.
The process has all come
together under the manage-
ment of Kimberly Jernigan
and Chanda Joiner, sisters-in-
law who decided they would
like to test their expertise in a
business venture. The idea
clicked, and the business
relationship has since become
both successful and personal-
ly satisfying for the both of
them.
And although both credit
hard work and concentration
for much of their success, the
casualness of it all has been
fun, they say. And what
they've chosen to sell along
with the way they present it
to the public have also made
a difference, they say.


"We have merchandise
that appeals to everybody, not
just one type of customer,"
Kimberly said. "We have
things that are attractive to
the homebody, young folks,
men, women, teenagers, and
a lot of things that make
wonderful gifts for babies,
too."
Gift baskets, for instance,
. are common items that most
any specialty store offers, but
at Surprises Instore, they go a
step luitilTc by customizing
what's in the baskets. "Rather
than itifliqin the baskets with
ordinary itm'i-, we try to
make them exciting by hav-
ing the customer decide what
11c\: should contain,"
k iiberly continued.
"Anyone who is about to give
someone a gift should have
the opportunity to pick out
items that they think the per-
son who's going to receive
the gift would like to have."
And with jewelry, home
decor, men's items, and so
much more, it's quite easy for
the gift giver to find some-
thing they think their friends
would appreciate. Christmas,
for instance is a wonderful
opportunity for the gift-giver,
the sisters-in-law agree, but
there are so many other
favorable times and great
moments that can be taken
advantage of as well.
Isn't Valentine's day peep-
ing over the calendar? That's
a wonderful opportunity for
"romantics," isn't it?
But gift giving is univer-
sal. There are baskets for
birthdays, anniversaries, baby
showers, and just simply
times when giving something
to someone you care about
makes you both feel good.
The important thing is that all
packages can be altered to
meet you special require-
ments and can be filled with
whatever you wish.
Top this most unusual
gift-giving opportunity with
an available home or office


delivery, and you have a win-
win situation. Shopping at
Surprises Instore can be an
adventure as well. What the
owners call "organized clut-
ter," means that the merchan-
dise is conveniently placed
where the customer can take
a good look at it.
"Some people want to
feel the silk flowers, pick up
a candle and look at it from
different angles, compare one
item with another, or simply
get up close and personal
with fragrances and such,"
Kimberly said. "In our shop
they have the ability to do
that, and I think customers
appreciate it."
As Santa Rosa County
natives, both Kimberly and
Chanda are well acquainted
with the local culture and the
customers they deal with on
a daily basis. Chanda is mar-
ried to Jody Joiner who is in
business with his father at
Joiner Enterprises, a logging
business, and Kimberly's hus-
band, Kevin Jernigan, owns
and operates Navarre Dirt
and Site Constructors.
With families of their
own, they have found that
running a business takes a
bite out of their free time, but
both say they are having the
time of their lives and are
looking forward to getting
more involved as they
become "...seasoned and
adjusted!"
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one's gift list.
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glasses, dishes, wind chimes,
and many other items, along
with blankets and other items


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(Photo by Obie Crain.)


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WEDNESDAY
December 19, 2007
Section B


Kolby Boesen
Pace HS


Area All-Stars


to shine Friday

0Milton and Pace lead way with

nine players each on East squad


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @ srpressgazette .com
Football locally is not
over just yet.
Gridiron fans will get one
more chance to watch some
high school action before
everything gets packed away
until spring.
The Pensacola Sports
Association will hold their 4th
Annual High School All-Star
Game this Friday at Pace High
School.
Kick off Friday is set for 7
p.m.
This year's game will fea-
ture 19 players between Jay,
Milton, and Pace, with the
Panthers and Patriots getting


nine repre-
sentatives
each on
the East
Squad ros-
t e r
O overall
there are
26 seniors
from Santa
R o s a
County
who will McMillion
be featured
in the West (Escambia
County) vs. East (Santa Rosa
and Okaloosa counties) for-
mat.
Milton head coach Mike
McMillion will be directing


Ben Thompson
Milton HS
this year's East Squad, while
Pensacola High's Mike
Bennett will coach the West
Team.
"We are looking forward
to visiting Pace High School
Stadium, again, and watching
this year's slate of great play-
ers battle through another
intense football game,' said
Mike Grossman, the
Pensacola Sports
Association's Chairman and
vice-president of Cox
Communications.
Tickets for the game are
$8 each and can be purchased
at most participating high
schools.
See ALL-STARS Page 2B


Pace's Ross Fruge gets a rough welcome as he drove the lane in the first half against Milton from
Chaz Riley (#34) and Brandon Allen (#30) on Friday. The Patriots regained their winning form 51-
29 as they even their record at 4-4.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Patriots slide past



the Panthers 51-29


N Central improves to 8-2; Jay

suffers first district loss to Baker


By BILL GAMBLING
Two new coaches and two
new teams, but it was still the
same rivalry as Pace defeated
Milton 51-29 Friday on the
Panthers home floor.
The Patriots (4-4)
rebounded after a couple of
tough losses to take early con-
trol of the game 14-3 by the
end of the first quarter.
Milton (3-5) were able to
gain some control of the game
as they were able to cut the
Pace lead to single digits, but
headed to the locker room at
halftime trailing 25-14.
The Panthers kept the
momentum going at the start
of the second half, but in the
end Pace pulled away as Justin
Wright scored 11 of his game
high 23 points in the final
quarter.
"Pace did a great job exe-
cuting their game plan," said
Milton head coach Taf
Bentley. "We are really strug-
gling on offense and our
defensive effort was not where
it needed to be in order for us
to stay in the game.
"Coach Pippen and his
players did a great job and it
showed."
Ross Fruge � scored 13
points in the win as he hit
three-of-four from beyond the
three-point arch.


Brandon Allen led Milton
with 15 points.
The night before Pace
dropped a heartbreaker to
Choctaw on the road 54-53.
Pace struggled from the
free-throw line by hitting only
50 percent, as this was their
third consecutive one point
loss after a 3-1 start.
The Patriots took an early
16-11 leave over the Indians.
but Choctaw trimmed the lead
by halftime to three, 33-30.
In the second half
Choctaw outscored Pace in the
third quarter 14-10 to take a
one-point advantage they held
for the remainder of the game.
Wright led a trio of
Patriots who reached double
figures in the game with 19.
Fruge added 13 points, while
Jeff Mullahey added 12.
. In other area boys action,
Jay defeated Vernon 61-45 on
Friday at home to improve to
4-1 in District 1-2A play.
The Royals who will be
participating in this weekend's
Santa Rosa County Shootout
took an early 19-4 lead and
extended it to 38-13 by half-
time.
Vernon tried to rally after
halftime, but they could not
overcome the early hole they
found themselves in.
Greg Nelson continued to
lead the Royals in scoring


2007 Santa Rosa
County Shootout
Tournament
Friday, Dec. 21
Gulf Breeze vs. Franklin
County @ 3:30 p.m.
Navarre vs. Malone @ 5
p.m.
Jay vs. Pensacola
Catholic @ 6:30 p.m.
Walton County vs.
Milton @ 8 p.m.

Saturday, Dec. 22
Pensacola Catholic vs.
Navarre @ 3:30 p.m.
Franklin County vs. jay
@ 5 p.m.
Gulf Breeze vs. Walton
County @ 6:30 p.m.
Malone vs. Milton @ 8
p.m.
with 27 points while grabbing
eight rebounds.
Devon Castleberry
grabbed 10 rebounds while
finishing with eight points.
On Thursday, Baker
defeated Jay 51-42 and in
doing so handed the Royals
their first district loss of the
season.
,The Gators took an early
16-14 lead as the neighboring
county rivals squared off, but
Jay found the road hard going
in the second quarter.
Baker outscored the
See PREPS Page 2B


William Beasley
Milton HS


Joel Broussard
Pace HS


Talris Brown
Milton HS


Andy Dalgleish
Pace HS


Demarco Dixon
Milton HS


Brandt Hendricks
Jay HS


Eric Martinez
Pace HS


Matt Shouppe
Milton HS


Caleb Stewart
Milton HS


Brad Stoltman
Pace HS


Alex Tamariz
Pace HS











Wednesday-December 19, 2007


Sports


Preps


Continued From Page One
Royals 10-4 in the second
stanza as they extended their
lead to 26-18.
Despite a small rally in the
third quarter, the Royals could
not find a way to remain
unbeaten in district action.
Nelson led a balanced
Royals offensive attack with
12 points, while Castleberry
and Brandt Hendricks finished
with 10 each.
Hendricks and his brother
Rush Hendricks both grabbed
10 rebounds.
Central got off to a slow
start at home Saturday, but ral-
lied to defeat Rocky Bayou
58-41 at home.
Rocky Bayou held the
Central offense to just four
points and that effort was
good enough to lead 5-4 at the
end of the first quarter.
But Central (8-2, 4-1 in
District 1-A) exploded for 21
points in the second quarter to
take a 25-14 lead.
The Jaguars offense con-
tinued to roll in the second
half as Logan Campbell fin-


ished with a game high 22
points.
Troy Dawson finished
with 14 points, while Justin
Nowling added 12 in the win.
In girls basketball action
Pace fell to Pine Forest
Saturday 59-29.
The Lady Eagles jumped
out to an early 15-3 lead, as
they are now 8-0 in District 1-
5A.
Pace could not cut into the
Pine Forest lead as the 15-3
first quarter deficit increased
to 26-9 at halftime.
The loss drops the Lady
Patriots to 1-9 on the season as
they have struggled since los-
ing Ashley Fabery to an injury_
in the game against Escambia
County last month.
"It has been a tough start
to 6ur season with temporary
losing Ashley Fabery," said
Pace head coach Jenny
Condon. "She is our starting
point guard and a very vocal
senior leader.
"But I have to commend
my team for their continuous
efforts despite the losses we
have had the past couple of


weeks. They come ready to
play every game and give me
their all, a coach can't ask for
much more."
Michelle Hummel and
Katy Collins led Pace in scor-
ing with eight points each.
On Thursday Pace fell to
Niceville at home 57-34.
Niceville jumped out to a
12-6 first quarter lead and
extended the margin to 28-13
by halftime.
Hummel led Pace with 10
points, while Samantha Lewis
added eight.
On Friday Jay headed into
their holiday tournament on a
winning note by defeating.
Vernon 49-31 at home.
Jay took a commanding
13-2 lead at the end of the first
quarter and extended it to 25-
12 at halftime.
Tessa Hendricks led the
way for the Lady Royals with
19 points, while Leely Trevino
and Joy Gandy each finished
with eight points.
Hendricks grabbed 11
rebounds to finish with a dou-
ble double, while Gandy


Sports


added another 11 rebounds for
the Lady Royals in the win.
Soccer action saw Pace
defeat Milton 7-1 in girls play.
Jessica Oram finished the
night with a hat trick while
Nikki Terrell added two goals
and an assist.
Also scoring for Pace
were Aja Dudley, and Alex
Pickrell.
Pickrell and Jamie
Townley were credited with
assists.
Mel Hutto recorded seven
saves for Pace (7-2-1) in the
win.
On Thursday Pace defeat-
ed Crestview 3-0.
Terrell scored two goals in
the win, while Townley added
the other as assists on the
night came from Oram and
Loren Moran.
Milton fell to Navarre 5-0
on Thursday.
In boys action Washington
defeated Milton 3-1.
The Panthers (2-10) got
their lone goal from Garrett
Perry on an assist from Cody
Hart.
Goalie Mason McAnnally
had five saves on the night
before having to leave the
game .after contact in front of
the net.
Matt Shouppe took over at
goal and also recorded five
saves.


Pace's Heather Dunn drives the baseline for the Lady Patriots
against Niceville on Thursday at home.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


All-Star Game
Tickets: Tickets for the
Pensacola Sports
Association All-Star
Football Game are on
sale now at participating
high schools for $8 each.
The game will be
played Dec. 21 at Pace
High School with the
kickoff set for 7 p.m.
Referees needed:
City of Milton Parks and
Recreation is in need of
youth basketball referees.
The season will get
underway the first
weekend in January.
For more information
call 983-5466.
Youth football tour-
ney: 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 tourna-
ment web page for more
info at www.gridiron-
classic.org.
The tournament will
be held January 11,12,13,
2008. there will be a fee of
$150.00Q 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
memberships and is
designed to conduct
nationally ranked tourna-
ments on courses
throughout Florida,
Georgia, South Carolina,
and Alabama.
For more "information
or to register for the tour-
nament visit their web-
site 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 activity. And you are
also more than welcome
to enter your events there
as well.


All-Stars


Continued From Page One
Representing the East
Squad from Jay High School
will be Brandt Hendricks.
The first roster released
also listed Jacob Boughton,
but his name was not on the
final roster released.
From Pace will be Airi
Johnson, Eric Martinez, Riley
Hawkins, Alex Tamariz, Brad
Stoltman, Kolby Boesen, Joel


Broussard, Conrad Davis, and
Andy Dalgleish.
Milton will be represented
by Anthony Loomis, Brandon
Gibson, Talris Brown, N.C.
State commitment William.
Beasley, Ben Thompson,
Caleb Stewart, Matt Shouppe,
DeMarco Dixon, and Iowa
State commitment Dustin
Land.


tice leading up to the event
many college scouts have
made it a priority to observe
these area all-stars in an effort
to find a player that could help
their program.
The final practice for the
East Squad will be at 3:15
p.m. at Milton High School
and is open to the public.
McMillion will be assisted


During the week of prac- by area coaches.



Sawyer wins pole


Special to the Press Gazette
Dylan Sawyer put on a
dominating performance at
Concord Motor sports Park,
the world's fastest half mile
trioval.
Sawyer practiced on
Friday and had one of the
fastest cars there, then in
Qualifying he really put down
a good lap that was .2 tenths
quicker than the entire field.
Sawyer won the pole for
the number one starting spot.
Sawyer, of Pace, domi-
nated the race from the first
lap. Quickly developing a
quarter track lead, and by lap
35 Dylan had a half of a track
lead!
On the final restart
Sawyer's carburetor picked
up some trash and he finished


the race in 5th place, for his
third top 5 of the year.
"Concord is a big track
and because of the shape of
the trioval it is a very fast
track," stated crew chief
Blake Harris "Dylan really
showed a lot of skill being
able to drive those speeds so
well, over 100 mph for a 14
year old is pretty strong"
Sawyer was pleased with
the weekend overall.
"I love Concord," said
Sawyer. "Big tracks are
where I am at my best, and I
am getting better at the short-
er tracks too so hopefully we
will be good everywhere next
year."
Sawyer's final race of the
year was a road course in
Kershaw, South Carolina.


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Andrew Salvo Named
Area Scout for San Diego
Padres
The Pensacola Pelicans
and Pelicans , Training
Academy are pleased to
announce that Andrew Salvo
has accepted the position of
Area Scout for the Major
League Baseball San Diego
Padres.
Salvo will call Seattle,
WA home and is responsible
for scouting Washington,
Oregon, Idaho, and Montana
high school and college play-
ers. He will be involved in
negotiating with draft picks
selected from his area.
After playing for the
Pelicans in 2006, Salvo


retired from playing baseball
and was hired on as the
Pelicans Training Academy
Lead Instructor. He was
responsible for the up-start
of the Training Academy,
from construction of the
facility to lessons and clinics
to coaching an 18U travel
team.
"Andrew was the main
person in getting the
Training Academy off the
ground, he laid a solid foun-
dation for us to move for-
ward," said Pelicans General
Manager Talmadge Nunnari.
"Just like on the field, our
goal is to advance players
and staff members into affil-
iated baseball."


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Milton, Florida 32570
850-623-5272
www.volvorents.com/milton
(across from the Milton airport)


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Community


Many residents are getting into the festive spirit with brightly decorated houses. Here are a few
houses that can be seen off Berryhill Road and East Spencer Field Roadin Santa Rosa County. Many
of these houses have been drawing a great deal of attention from those who like Christmas Lights.
Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin




Lighting up the





holiday season


SWEET CHEESE MED-
LEY
Yield: 30 servings
1/2 pound assorted
cheeses (such as blue, feta,
Gloucester, Gouda and
Gruy66re)
1/3 cup pumpkinseeds
1/3 cup dark raisins
1/3 cup honey
2 tablespoons fresh lime
juice
3/4 teaspoon freshly
ground black pepper
Salt, if needed
For serving: About 30 thin
wheat crackers
For garnish: 30 mint or
spearmint leaves
Cut or crumble cheese
into about 1/2-inch pieces and
place in bowl. Toast pumpkin
seeds in skillet over medium-
high heat 3 to 4 minutes, stir-
ring occasionally.
Add raisins, honey, lime
juice, pepper and pumpkin
seeds to cheese; stir to com-
bine. Taste; add salt if needed
(some cheese is very salty, so
it is important to taste).
Mound heaping teaspoon
of cheese mixture on each


Holiday


Delights

cracker. Top each with mint
leaf and serve.
Nutritional information
(per serving - 1 cracker):
Calories 50 (74 percent from
fat); fat 4.1 g (sat 5.7 g); pro-
tein 1.5 g; carbohydrates 2.5g;
fiber 0.1 g; cholesterol 35 mrg;
sodium 500 mg.
Source: "Jacques P66pin
Fast Food My Way" by
Jacques P66pin (Houghton
Mifflin, $30)


RASPBERRY GRATINS
Yield: 4 servings
2 cups (about 8 ounces)
IQF (individually quick
frozen) unsweetened raspber-
ries
1 1/2 cups crumbled
cookies, either chocolate chip
cookies or shortbread cook-


ies; see cook's notes
1/4 cup sugar
2 tablespoons unsalted
butter
Optional garnish: Sour
cream
Cook's notes: Pe6pin rec-
ommends Walkers Pure
Butter Shortbread or Mrs.
Fields (individually wrapped)
Chocolate Chip Cookies, but
advises that homemade cook-
ies or other brands of store-
bought cookies will work.
The chocolate chip cookies
are best crumbled by hand
rather than in food processor.
The shortbread can be crum-
bled in food processor or
placed in plastic bag and
crushed with small skillet or
rolling pin.
Heat oven to 375 degrees.
Divide frozen berries among
4 (I-cup) gratin dishes or cus-
tard cups.
Toss crumbled cookies
and sugar in small bowl.
Divide crumbs among dishes,
sprinkling them evenly over
berries. Dot with small pieces
of butter. Place dishes on bak-


ing sheet. Bake in preheated
oven 16 to 18 minutes, or
until nicely browned on top
and berries are bubbling. Cool
to lukewarm or room temper-
ature. Top with spoonful of


sour cream, if desired.
Nutritional information
(per serving without sour
cream): Calories 410 (49 per-
cent from fat): fat 22.2 g (sat
4.7 g); protein 2.5 g; carbohy-


Raspberry Gratins

drates 50 g; fiber 0.9 g: choles-
terol 76 mg: sodium 330 mg.
Source: "Jacques P66pin
Fast Food My Way" by
Jacques P66pin (Houghton
Mifflin, $30).


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Wednesday-December 19, 2007











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Komerstone


Angel Food Sign-Up for new year


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


Fellowship Hall
January menu tentatively
is: 1.25 lb. Bacon Wrapped
Beef Filets (5X4 oz.), 4 lbs.
Individually Frozen Chicken
Leg Quarters, 2 lbs. Leann
Hamburger Steaks (4 X 8 oz.),
1.5 lb. Boneless Pork Roast,
1.25 lb. Meaty Beef Short
Ribs, 20 oz. Supreme Pizza,
10 oz. Deli Sliced Turkey
Breast, 3 lbs. Fresh Apples, 35
oz. Crinkle Cut French Fries,
16 oz. Frozen Green Beans,
16 oz. Onion Rings, 14 oz.
Fancy Ketchup, 26 oz. Pasta
Sauce, 16 oz. Pasta, 16 oz.
Pinto Beans, 7.5 oz. Macaroni
and Cheese, 1 Dessert Item.
Onen or More Specials
Available Only with the


Purchase of a Regular Box
Above.
Jan. Special #1 at $20.00
is 5-1/2 lbs Steak & Meat
Combo Box, - 1.5 lb. T-Bone
Steaks (2 x 12 oz.), 1 lb.
Sirloin Strip Steak (2 X 8 oz.),
1 lb. Lean Hamburger Steaks
(2 x 8 oz.), 1 lb. Boneless
Center Cut Pork Chop (4 x 4
oz.), 1 lb. Italian Sausage
Jan. Special #2 at $20.00
is 5 lb. Steak Combo, 2 lbs.
Rib Eye Steaks (4 x 8 ozs.), 2
lbs. New York Strip Steaks (4
x 8 oz.), 1 lb. Hamburger Beef
Steak (2 x 8 oz.)
Jan. Special #3 at $20.00
is 10 lbs. Chicken Breast Box,
- 10 lbs. Individually Quick
Frozen Boneless Skinless


Chicken Breast.
Jan. Special #4 at $18.00
Senior Convenience
Meal Box - $18.00 Five
Delicious Individual Dinner
Entrees with 2 sides each:
Grilled Chicken Breast
w/Rice & Gravy, Beef Chili
Macaroni Casserole,
Macaroni & Cheese,
Salisbury Steak & Gravy,
Chicken Tetrazzini, includes 5
breads, milks, margarine, and
desserts.
Food Stamps (EBT) are
accepted.
Call 623-6683 for more
information!


Come hear the Children! I


True Grace Fellowship
Church will their Youth &
Children Christmas program
Sunday, December 23rd at 11
a.m. There will also be a
Candlelight Communion and
special music at 6 p.m. the


Koch joins

the Army DEP
Tiffany P. Koch has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program'
gives young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college education.
After completion of
basic military training, sol-
dilers receive advanced indi-
vidual training in their career
job specialty prior to being
assigned to their first perma-
nent duty station.
Koch, received a bache-
lor's degree in 2006 from
South Dakota State
University, Sioux Fall.
She reported to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, SC, for
basic training this fall.
She is the daughter of
Michael Koch of S.
Woodwind, Sioux Falls, and


same day. An all church
(guests included) Christmas
Party will follow at the close
of the evening service. Please
bring refreshments. For more
information, call 623-4795.





Sherry Cadena of Frankfort
St., Navarre, FL.

Samuel gradu-

ates BCT in SC
Army Reserve Pvt.
Arlisha A. Samuel has gradu-
ated from basic combat train-
ing at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, SC.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied
the Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
and bayonet training, drill
and ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map read-
ing, field tactics, military
courtesy, military justice sys-
tem, basic first aid, foot
marches, and field training
exercises.
Samuel is the niece of
Olivia Samuel of Queen St.,
Milton, FL.
Wells is in the

Army now


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L St. Ann Christmas events
S Christmas Schedule is as follows: -
* All at St. Ann-Christmas Eve', the
Children's Vigil Mass with pageant will be at 4 1
p.m. The Vigil Mass will be at 6 p.m. The
Midnight Mass will be preceded by music at
11:30 p.m.
* Christmas Holy Day Mass will be at 9:45
a.m. at Our Lady of the Assumption Mission and
11 a.m. at St. Ann.
* December 31 at 6:30 p.m. St. Ann will
have Vigil Mass.
* Holy Day Mass for Mary, Mother of God
and Octave Day of Christmas at 9:45 a.m. at Our
Lady and 11 a.m. at St. Ann on January 1.
St. Ann Catholic Church, Gulf Breeze, and
Our Lady of the Assumption Mission, Pensacola
Beach, together are a parish of over 2,700 per-
sons serving the community in body, mind and
spirit. Information, bulletins and newsletters are
available on the web, at StAnnGulfBreeze.Org.


Raymond E. Wells has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The program
gives young men and women
the opportunity to delay
entering active duty for up to
one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a
college education. After com-
pletion of basic military train-
ing, soldiers receive advanced
individual training in their
career job specialty prior to
being assigned to their first


permanent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for
a $3,000 enlistment bonus.
Wells, a 2007 graduate
of Milton Highli School,
Milton, FL, reported to Fort
Knox, KY, for basic training
in October 2007.
He is the son of Dawn
Jones of Marguerite Ave.,
Bremerton, WA, and
Raymond E. Wells of Banyan
Drive, Milton, FL.
Pray for
our mili-
tary during
Christmas
holidays!


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tions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "Does the Bible clearly prescribe a
particular "way" of baptism? If I wasn't baptized by immer-
sion, do I need to be re-baptized?" - K.L., Milton
Dear K.L., '
I think the answer to this question is best represented by
the Greek word, "baptizo" translated in the Bible as "bap-
tize." This Greek word means, "to dip or immerse." The
word pictures of Romans 6:4 and Colossians 2:12, seem to
strongly indicate that the original mode of baptism in the
early church probably was a total immersion in water.
"Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism
into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by
the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in new-
ness of life." (Romans 6:4-6 NKJV)
"...Buried with Him in baptism, in which you also
were raised with Him through faith in the working of God.
who raised Him from the dead." (Colossians 2:11-12 NKJV)
When Jesus himself was baptized by John, the Bible
says "He CAME UP OUT of the water." Again, seemingly
indicating that Jesus was completely immersed.
Most New Testament, evangelical denominations
believe that the biblical standard is believer's baptism by
immersion. Believer's baptism by immersion is an important
symbolic act of identification with Christ. However, because
salvation is by grace through faith in Christ, it is not, in my
opinion, absolutely necessary that you be baptized in a par-
ticular way in order to be "saved."
There are several historical evidences (archeological
and writings) that indicate that the early church preferred and
most often practiced immersion, however from time to time
even they would sprinkle or dip when immersion was not
possible or practical. They understood that it was the spiritu-
al symbolism of the act that was important.
In the final analysis, you must follow your own con-
science in this matter, before the Lord and in light of the
teaching of the Bible. Many people, once they understand
what I have shared here with you, decide that they should
willingly demonstrate their symbolic union with Christ
through baptism by immersion even if they have already
been baptized by another mode of baptism and especially if
it was in a denomination that did not recognize the necessity
of the individual profession of a saving faith in Jesus at the
time of the Baptism.
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
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RECORDS OF SANTA ROSA must run no aer than May 30 Gas Utility in te aggregate GARY P. HENDRCKS, II, et
RE COUNTYRDS OF SANTLORIDA ROSA 2008 no later than y 30, Milton, Florida, 32570 The administration of te estate 121207 principal amount not to exceed Legal 12/1355 a
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF copy of your written defenses lists pursuant to Florida Law. Circuit Court or Santa Rsa Complaint file i these dPO0- CUET OF THE STATE OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- within 30 days after the first bids will be opened and County Florida Probate Divi- Legal 12/1347 seedings an the exhibits FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
CUlT IN AND FOR SANTA publication if any, on Florida It is estimated but not guarn- read aloud. Bids re- sion, File No. 207-CP-357 the t Ieret E SANTA ROSA COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pOr.
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Default aw Group, P.L, teed that each real property de- ceived after the time address of which s 6816 Caro- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ITIS FTER te t EANT RS ION sant to a Final JudgIenth
CIVIL ACTION Plaintiff's attorney, whose ad- inquent ax list shal consist of set for th . line Street, Milton, Florida FOR SANTA ROSA prior to the date set or the hear- CASE NO. 2007 CA Mortgq e Foreclosure dated
CASE NO.: 07-1279 CA dress is 9119 Corporate Lake approximately 29,000 lines e, e p 32570. The names and ad- COUNTY FLORIDA PRO- g on said Complaint for Vali- 001288 Novemeer 30 2007 and en-
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BANK OF NEW YORK AS with this Court either before of approximately 1,300 lines. bidder. All interested Reresentative's attorney are set Division twice and Order to Show Cause Plaintiff, JudiciaN Circuit in nd or
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C AT E H O L E D E R S immediately thereafter; oher- All bids must be original and are nvte to All credrs of the eceden IN RE: ESTATE OF require by Section 75.06 ad vs. S T ANK Fl
C W A B S , I N C . , wise a default will be entered delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or tend. and other persons, having S ctia n 163.01 l tFlaria DA sON L T U an A RY P.s theN F t It
ASSETBACKED CERTIFI- against ou for the relief de- mail to the Santa Rosa County cai demands against KRISTIN SHEA BRADFORD in L DAVID A. NNELLTHE UN GARY P. HENDRICKS I
CATE&HSERCLAIMANTS CLA0M-7. m enO tCE ompaintDrS curmaeoh a o acthebd htt decedeWt's estate ,on D em aananeachCountyawneretaKNOWNcsPahISE F DAVID LENA J. HENDRICKS- RMORT
CATES SERIES 200-7. handed the Complain or pe- Procurem., , Specifications and bicopy this notice is require t Deceased. Public ich are par- A. DONNELL LEWIS C. GAGE ELECTRONIC RGISTRA
Plaintiff, titian. 6495 Car l.-.G .., a .. n S iatn ad bid d E eAt o w o Ddaa SF0 EO DV LnA e H Im
Milton FL .' . -...n be form may be secured be served must file their claims t ies to ., i-i ,, L Areement SPENCE; THE UNKNOWN TION SYSTEMS, INCORPO-
vs. This notice shall '- published rece. - I- ,-,I' ,, . . hI-,l from the Santa Rosa with this court WITHIN THE NOTICE TO CREDITORS set forth in the Complaint and SPOUSE OF LEWIS C. RATED AS" NOMINEE FOR
a once each week , consec- time i.r.,. . ' . h County " Website LATER' OF THREE (3) MONTHS e .. ofdes gnatedas parties to this ac- SPENCE; IF LIVING INCLUD- LTrt LOAN. SERItP;
MARGARET DORIS utive weeks in the Press G time 1 ned and www.sntatosaflov AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST The administration of the estate located in newspapers NG ANY UKNOWN are theDe w to
ARRINGTON AS PER- eze, read aloud Bids received after V t l, .g PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- of Kristin Shea Bradford, de. published and of general circu- SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND- the highest and t bestbidder for
SONAL REPRESENTATIVE thetime set for openingwill be or at the Santa Rosa TICE OR THIRTY 30 DAYS AF- ceased, whose date of death loation in such counties, once ANTGS, IF REMARRIED, AND IF cash at STEPS OF THE SANTA
AND POSSIBLE HEIR OF Mary M. Johnson rejected and returned unopened Countyv Procurement TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF was September 16, 2007 is each week for two (2). consecy- DECEASED THE RESPECTIVE ROSA COUNTY COURT-
THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM Cler of the Court to the bidder. All interested par- Department at the A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON pending in the Circuit Court for ive weeks commencin wite UNKNOWT HEIRS, DEVISEES, HOUSE at 11:00AM, on the
HAYWOOD ARRINGTON CIRCUIT COURT SEAL ties are invited to attend. aMove address. Tee- Santa Rosa Conty Florida the first ublication which shall GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES day of January, 2008, the fol-
SR A/K/A WILLIAM By Brandy Norris Probate Division, the address not be less than twenty 20 CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND owng described roerty as
ARRINGTON, DECEASED, As Deputy rClerk The Board of County Commis- phone (850) 983-1833. All other creditors of the dece- which is Mary Johnson, Attn: days prior to the date set for TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER set forth in said FinalJudgment:
et al, sioners reserves the right to The Board of Count dent and other persons having Probate, P.O. Box 472, MiltonU saDd hearing. PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
Defendantss. 121907 waive irregularities in bis, to Commissioners re-claims or demands againsI Florida 32572 The names and THROUGH, UNDER OR LOT 2 BLOCK C, FOX DIN
122607 reject any or all bids with or - dcedeaims estate must ile their addresses of the personal repre- DONE AND ORDERED a Tla- AGAINST THE NAMED DE- VILLAES II, A' SUBDIVI-
NOTICE OF ACTION 12/1357 without cause, and to award serves the right to claims with this court WITHIN sentative ana the personal hassee, Leon CountR Foridoa, FENDANTISI THE UN- SION OF A PORTION OF
TO: the bid that it determines to be waive irregularfies in THREE 3) MONTHS AFTER representative's attorney are set this 6th day of ecember, KNOWN TNANT #1; UN- SECTION 14 TOWNSHIP 2
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, in the best interest ofSanta bids, to reject any or all THE DATErOF THE FIRST PUBLI-tforth below. 2007. KNOWN TENANT #2; SOUTH, RA1GE 26W1EST
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS- Rosa County. bids with or without CATION OF THIS NOTICE. All creditors of the decedent Defendant(s). ACCORING TO THE PLAf
SIGNEES, UENORS CREDI- 12/1365 w u and other persons having claims g claims WILLIAM L. GARY THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR Santa Rosa Countydoes not dis- cause and to award ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED or demands against dcedent's Circuit Judge NOTICE OF ACTION PLAT BOOK D PAGE 61
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIM- NOTICE TO BIDDERS criminate on the basis of race, the bid that it deter- WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS estate on whom a cogy of this OF THE PUBIC RECORD
NG BY THROUGH, UN- ADVERTISEMENT OF DE- colornaional orn, sex, re mines to be in the best SET FORTH IN SECTION notice is required to e served 121207 TO: LEWIS C. SPENCE THE OF SANTA ROSA COUNTY,
DERE Oft AGAINST WILUN- aAoIT, age, or hanr FicappedO7 interest of S anta R 733702 OF THE FLORIDA must file their claims with this 121907 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF FLORIDA.
A HA SiY(TOOD rusin employment or provision esRosaPROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 12/1349 LEWIS C. SPENCE IF LIVING
ARRINGTON SR A/K/A Notice is herebyiven that the of service. ANCounty. EVER BARRED. MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OFING ORIA
WILLIAMARINGTON, DE- Board of County ommisinerOTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF SPOUSE OF SAID DEFEND- LANE, NAVARRE, F1 L 32566
C EASED of Santa Rosa County By order of the Board of County Santa Rosa County NOTWITHSTANDING THE THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF- ANTS, IF REMARRIE AND IF
ASEEo r, wRantoRa Iouny i da, o mmissionerso r of C y Santa Ro TIME PERIODS SET FORTH TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF Legal 12/1354 DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE Any' pers n claiming an




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LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UN- advertisement of delinquent outy, lorida O as rae ABOVE ANY CLAIMS FILED A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES interest n e urp
TW YEARS OR MORE ANTHEM STATE OF FLORIDA men GRANT EESASSIGNEES m f n Te e, iF ' e any







K NWtaxes. T D Y O M A TE . E a Co12190 CRDI 5, aNny ANC AT T-HE
CURNT AU N121907 color, national origin, TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE All other creditors of the dece- PATEa OF O- OR S OR
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-Advertisements for the real 121907 sex, religion, ae, or OF DEATHISBARRED. dent and oathr persons having NITYMAFFAIRS TRUSTEES, 'AND ALL OTHER wier as the dt6
KNOWNpropetya deliqn t s a C ' claims or demands gains NOTICE OF INTENT TO PERSONS CLAIMING BYg , .e . UE n.ena 1 135F
KNOWN run once a week for three (3 handicapped status in -` -E OF THE FIRST PUBLI- decedent's estate' must file their FIND THE SANTA ROSA THROUGH, UNDER OR acaim W n.�lxlr a-
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN weeks and the personal rp employment or proviI C ec s ea s t OaN CoMPEENS iG FOAN THEN D DE a ite I
PARTIES CLAIMING erty delinunt ax list sharl run Sion service. member 15, 2007. dedent's estate must file their PLAN AMENDMENT(S) IN FENDANT(S; E A
THROUGH, UNDER AND for one q1 week and shall be 12/1366 claims with this court WITHIN 3 COMPLIANCE seal ofMtH ANDrande
AGAINST THE EREIN in columns in 6 point B of the Board Attorney for Personal Represent- MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF DOCKET NO. Whose residence are/is un- WaI is Court on December
NAMEDINDIVIDUAL eanducolmnin6py inthyor Com ion-THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF 07-2-NOI-5701 -(AI)-() known. 11,2007.
NU DE-Ee and must comply with For- NOTICETO BIDDERS THIS NOTICE.
FENDANT S WHO ARE a Statute, Department of Revr- NTUCE TO fIorERS THIS NOTICE.
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD tulations and ofquite-yS Rosa- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED The Department yives notice of YOU ARE HEREBY required to MarjM.ohnson
NOR ALIV WHETHER SAID nue rtionsadrequire. tyo DoSomethin WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. its intent to fin the Amend- file your answer or written de- -eof Circuit Court
UNKNOIVN PARTIES sAYI menta Ca he Santo Rosa County iio in e- I E
UNKNWN PARTIES MAY Tax Cector. Each bidder Notice iven County, Florida. ood For NOTWITHSTANDING THE ment(s to the Comprehensive fenses if an, in the above pro- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Coact Eam B iderhof th snereby t w TIME PERIOD SET FORTH 5Pnor Santa Rosa Cm ni feeding wit the Clerk of this By: BrT cN orr SA
I SPOUS ES H ERIRS, -O At thd ntac Rosa Countyh ta1 i4 121907 ABOVE ANY CLAIMS FILED aopedbyOrdinance NoNs. Court, and to serve a copy Deputy Clerk
SEES GRANTEES, OR Collector's Office at County Commissioners 121907 R TWO DI2YEARS OR MORE AF- 2%00-31 and 2007-32 on Oc- thereof upon the plaintiff's attor-
sonobdtoassurehatsuchFoaeThe dote of irst publication of 163.3'184, 163.3187 and days of the first publication ofa12/1356
this notice is December 12, 163.3189, F.S. this Notice, the nature of this
2007. proceeding being a suit for fore-
The adopt ed Santa Rosa County closure at-mort=age against the
Attorney for Personal Represent- Cmprehensive Plan Amend- following decried property, to
active: ment sl and the Department's wit:
/s/Steven E. Quinnell Objections, Recommendations
sTEVENE.QUlNNELL and Comments Report (if any) COMMENCE AT THE
Attorney are available for public inspec- NORTHEAST CORNER OF
Florida Bar No. 586595 Ion Monday throu h Friday ex- SECTION 7 TOWNSHIP 2
eChase, Qinnell & Jackson, cept for legal nhaays, during NORTH, RANGE 27 WEST Legal 12/1358
n0so E. Ga Foeri 3t0St. oanta Rosa County Panning De- FLORIDA THENCE SOUTH IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 1ST
TPensaclae Florida 32502 4artment 6051 Old Ba dad 01 DEGREES 16 MINUTES JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
r , Telephone: (850)434-3601OighwoSuite 201,M1ton, 10 SECONDS WEST IDA, IN AND FOR SANTA
or T e , orEleven, Peronlrloraaepreaeta.vALONG THE EAST LINE ROSACOUNTY
Personal Representative: . .THEREOF 858.72 FEET; C9se #: 07 1143 CA (A)
Kelley M. Bradford Any affected person, as defined THENCE NORTH 59 DE- Division #: A
2463Renfroe Rd. in Section 163.3184, F.S., has GREES 19 MINUTES 05
Pace, Florida 32571 a right to petition for'an admin- SECONDS WEST 459.98 UNC:
pair of scissors, thread, and a needle are all it takes to fix a torn hem istrave hearing to change FEET TOT HE POINT OF BE-
r s s s r ,et a oo h121207he proposed aency determna- GINNING; THENCE CON- Deutsche Bank National Trust
121907 tin that the mendmentis to TINUE NORTH 59 DEGREES Comrrpany as Trustee for HSI.As-
1L..^. : , 5 ..'.. ..5 Q.... ......-r...ir�.- . JS . .-; . �. . ,= , x.To ,, -2,/,347,iem.-h Snnan Rosa County Cr m- 19 MINUTES 05 SECONDS set Cecuritization Corporation


--prehensive Plan are n Compli-WEST 156.42 FEET TO THE2006-OPT3 Mortgage
Legal 12/1349 dance, as defined in Subsection EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY Pass-Throuh Certificates, Sries
Legal 12/349 163.3184(1 F.S. The petition LINE OF FLORIDA STATE 2006-OPT3,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF must be filed within twenty-one ROAD NO. 191 (100.00
THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR 1 (21) days after publication of FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY); Plaintiff,
CUT IN AND FOR LEON this notice, and must include all THENCE NORTH 28 DE-
COUNTY FLORIDA of the information and contents GREES 30 MINUTES 23 -vs.-
CASE 1O. 37 2007 CA described in Uniform Rule SECONDS EAST ALONG
003389 28-106.201 F.A.C. The peti- SAID EASTERLY Roberta Neubert and Emma
338 tlion must be filed with the RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE Johnson and David N. Johnson;
BOND VALIDATION PRO- Agency Clerk, Department of 218.19 FEET THENCE Unknown Parties in Possession
CEEDING Community Affairs, 2555 SOUTH 53 DEGREES 03 #1; Unknown Parties in Posses-
Shumard Oak Boulevard, Talla- MINUTES 23 SECONDS sion #2; If living, and all Un-
FLORIDA GAS UTILITY a hassee, Florida 32399-2100 EAST 181.45 FEET- THENCE known Parties claiming y,
separate le eti or zed and a copy mailed or delivered SOUTH 35 DEGREES 11 through, under an against the
a e l e ntity, bi to the local government. Failure MINUTES 55 SECONDS above named Defend s)who
e x unaws of the State of to timely file a petition shall con- WEST 198.86 FEET TO THE are not known to be dead or
Florida ws stitute a waiver of any right to POINT OF BEGINNING. alive, whether said Unknown
Plainti request an administrative pro- Parties may claim an interest as
feeding as a petitioner under A/K/A Spouse, Heirs Devisees, Grant-
. Sections 120.569 and 120.57, 7350 MUNSON HIGH- ees, or Other Claimants
vs. F.S. If a edition is filed, the pur- WAY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, pose a the administrative hear- MILTON, FL 32570 Defendant(s).
and the taxpayers, property mg will be to present evidence
owners and citizens thereof, in- and testimonyand forward a If you fail to file your answer orNOTICE OF ACTION F
udin nonresident wning recommended order to the De- written defenses in the above
opr or subject to taxaion artment. If no tuition is filed, proceeding on plaintiff'ds attor-PR N-P I
herein, and all others having or Ihis Ntice of Intent shall be- ney, a default will be enterOd
claiming any riht, title or inter- come final agency action, against you for the relief de-TO:
Ktlf in property af be affected byf of-manded in the Complaint or Pe-
issuance Bondsdescribed lf a petition is filed, other f- titin. Emma Johnson;
in Ike Complaint, fectedpersons may petition for
thefendant, eave to intervene in the pro- DATED at SANTA ROSA Residence unknown, if living, in;
Speeding. A petition for interven- County this 10 day of Decem- eluding any unknown s.puse of
E ND ORDER TO lion must be filed at least twenty ber, 2007. he said Defendants if either
1OTIC AD O T 20) days before the final hear- has rerarried and if either or
SEAUSE O n andn must include all of the Clerk ofthe Circuit Court both of said Defendants are
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA information and contents de- CIRCUIT COURT SEAL dead, their respective unknown
THROUGH THE STATE ATT OR scribed in Uniform Rule ByJ.Watkins heirs, devisees, grantees, as-
NEY FOR THE STECOND JIO 28-106.205, F.A.C. A petition Deputy Clerk signees, creditors, lienors, and
CIAL CIRCUIT THE TAXPAY for leave to intervene shall be trustees, rnd all other persons
ERS PROPERTY OWNERS filed at the Division of Adminis- In accordance with the Ameri- claiming by, through, under or
ANbI CITIZENS THEREOF IN- trative Hearings Department of can with Disabilities Act of against the name Defendant
CLUDING NONRESIDR NTS Management Services 1230 1990, persons needing a se- EMMA, JOHNSON; and the
OWNING PROPERTY OR SUB- Apalache Parkway alaha cial accommodation to parici- aforementioned named Defend-
WNING PROPTRTY R UB- s ,Florida 32399-3060. Fai- pate in this proceeding should ants) and such of the foremen-
AND ALL OTHERS HAVING ON ure to petition to intervene contact the ASA Coordinator no toned unknown Deendants and
CLAIMING ANY RIGHT TITLE within the allowed time frame later than seven (7) days prior such of the aforementioned yn-
OR INTEREST IN PROPITY TO costitutes a waiver of any right to t he proceedings. If "enrina known Defendants as may be
BE AFFECTED BY THE ISSU such a person has to request o impaired, please call 801 infants incompetents or oer-
ANE BYFF LORIDA GAS UTIL hearing under Sections 955-9771 (TDD) or 800 wise not sUi uuns.
ITY OF THE BONDS HEREIN 120.5 9 and 120.57, F.S., or 955-8770 (voice) via Fborida
AFTER MORE PARTICULARLY Io participate in he administra- Relay Service. OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
DESCRIBED OR TO BE AF- live hearing. that an action has been cam-
FECREDINOR AO BEWAF Law Offices of Daniel C. Con- menced o foreclose a mort
THEREBY ANY WAY After an administrative hearing sue a gage on the following real prop-
petition is timely filed, mediation 920"4 King Palm Drive erty, lying and being and situ-
sYouand each of you are available pursuant to Subsec- Tampa, FL 33619-1328 a ied n Santa Rosa County, Flor-
hereby reced to appear on lion 163.3 189(3)(a), F.S., to Tel 1(8131915-8660 ida more particularly described
Monday, te 28th do r any affected person who is Fax (8131 915-0559 as follows:
January, 2008, at 00 oade a party to the proceeding Attorney for Plaintiff COMMENCING AT THE
Sp.m. before the Honorable d filin that request with theSO T NE
Will . am L Gar Judge of the admnisirative law judge as- 121907 SOUTHWESTO
Circuit Court of the Second Judi-signed by the Division of Admin- 122607 SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 2
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written defense, if any pon d hnsoon SANTA ROSA COUNTY, PLC
trneys for Plaintiff, whose ad- Unknown Parties in Possession IDA- THENCE RUN SOUTH
dress is 2424 North Federa #1; Unknown Parties in Posses- DEREES 28 MINUTES
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ton, Floda 33431 within thirty known Parties claiming by, OF 38000 FEET- THEN
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tn of this notice January 15 ve named Defenants who MINUTES 28 SECONDS E
2008 and file the original wilrt are not known to be dead or A DISTANCE OF 840.00 FE
the clerk of this Court either be-calive whether said Unknown THENCE RUN SOUTH 88
fore service on Plaintiff's attor Parties may claim an interest as GREES 28 MINUTES 20 S
her immediately there after pouse, Othirs Dvisees, Grant-NDS EAST A DISTANCET
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this Court on the 11 day of De- - CE I PROPERTR DISTANCE OF 189.4 FE
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ton, Florida 33431 within thirty
30) days after the first publica-
tion of this notice, January 15,
2008 and file the original with
the clerk of this Court either be-
fore service on Plaintiff's attor-
ney or immediately there after;
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
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ated in Santa Rosa County, Flor- actment an Ordinance whose ti- PROVIDING FOR AN OP-
ida more particularly described tie is as follows: ERATING BUDGET, ESTAB-
as follows: LISHING STORMWATER
ORDINANCE NO. 1268-07 USER'S FEES DEFINING AN
LOT 65 OF ARROWHEAD ES- EQUIVALENf RESIDENTIAL
STATES ACCORDING TO THE AN ORDINANCE EXTEND- UNIT (ERU)I PROVIDING
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED ING THE TERRITORIAL FOR PROPERTY CLASSIFI-
IN PLAT BOOK C PAGE 60 LIMITS OF THE CITY OF CATION FOR
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MILTON, FLORIDA BY AN- STORMWATER USER'S
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR NEXATION" PROVIDING FEES; PROVIDING A BASE
IDA. THE ZONING CLASSIFICA- RATE; PROVIDING FOR
TION- PROVIDING FOR ADJUSTMENTS TO
more commonly known as SEVERABILITY REPEALING STORMWATER USER'S
6265 Mohawk Trail, Milton, FL ALL ORDINANCES IN CON- FEES; PROVIDING FOR
32583. FLICT HEREWITH AND PRO- PAYMENT OF USER'S FEES
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE BY PROPERTY OWNERS;
This action has been filed DATE PROVIDING FOR BILLING
against you and you are re- PROCEDURES AND PENAL-
quired to serve a copy of your This Ordinance is on file in the TIES FOR LATE PAYMENTS;
written defense, if any, upon City Clerk's office for inspec- PROVIDING FOR APPEAL
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN LLP, At- tion. Any interested party may OF FEES- PROVIDING FOR
torneys for Plaintiff, whose ad- appear at the meeting and be SEVERABILITY; REPEALING
dress is 2424 North Federal heard with respect to the pro- ALL ORDINANCES OR POR-
Highway, Suite 360, Boca Ra- posed Ordinance. TIONS OF ORDINANCES IN
ton, Florida 33431 within thirty This the 12th day of December, CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND
(30) days after the first publica- 2007 PROVIDING FOR AN EF-
tion of this notice, January 22, FECTIVE DATE.
2008 and file the original with Dewitt Nobles
the clerk of this C.-'...i :.-,. be- City Clerk This Ordinance is on file in the
fore ser . :- i-:. -.iiH ttor- City Clerk's office for inspec-
ney or ..--,.:.,:,i.-l there after; 121907 tion. Any interested party may
otherwise a default will be en- 121907 appear at the meeting and be
tered against you for the relief 12/1362 heard with respect to the pro-
demanded in the Complaint. P__________________ osed Ordinance.
This the 12th day of December,
WITNESS my hand and seal of Legal 12/1363 2007
this Court on the 10 day of De-
cember, 2007. NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR- DewittNobles
TURPI~RIC mErTe.IMend (..ihy (i-r,


MARY M. JOHNSON
Circuit and County Courts
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
By: Angela Dunn


TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:


Cityi Clerk
121907
121907
12/1364


NT IAN D FOR SANTA epu'yCerk Please be advised that on the -
ROSA COUNTY DepuyCerk 8th day of January, 2008 at Legal 12/1367
ALL Case #:07 1148 CA (C) 121907 5:01 p.m., CST, at the City
P 2 Division #: C 122607 Counci meeting room at the Notice of Sale
ST 1, City Hall at6e3B Dixon Struet
OR' UNC: __in the Cit of Milton, Florida, Pursuant to Subsection 5 of FL
H SBC Bank USA, N.A., as Legal 12/1361 there will be proposed for en- Statute 713 78, Donna
amntH SBC Bank USA N.A.an Ordinance whose i- Caiazzo, as authorized Title
as Trustee on behalf of ACE Securi- NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR- le is as follows: Specialist for Kell Recovery of
on ties Corp. Home Equity Loan DNANCE ENACTMENT Santa Rosa County, will sell to
STrust and for the registered ORDINANCE NO. 1269-07 the highest bidder for cash in
holders of ACE Securities Corp. TO WHOM IT MAY CON- hand, subject to any liens and
led Home Equity Loan Trust, Series CERN AN ORDINANCE EXTEND- encumbrances, the following ve-
2006-ASAP4 Asset Backed CERN: ING THE TERRITORIAL hides at 1 :00PM on 1-14-GB at
Pass-Through Certificates, Please be advised that on the LIMITS OF THE CITY OF 104 E. 9 Mile Rd., Pensacola,
Plaintiff,8th day of January, 2008 at MILTON, FLORIDA BY AN- FL 32534:
5Plaintiff,:01 p.m., CST, at the City NEXATION- PROVIDING 1 1985 Dodge
Council meeting room at the THE ZONING CLASSIFICA- VN:1B7FD14H0FS664333
-vs.- City Hall at 6738 Dixon StreetTION- PROVIDING FOR 21 2001 Ford
I - dTommy in the Cit of Milton, Florida, SEVERABILITY REPEALING VN:1FAFP45XX1F114966
:.. .:i r nd Toammy W. there will be proposed for en- ALL ORDINANCES IN CON- Vehicles may be inspected 1
-:II. ,, .1 Mortage Elec- actment an Ordinance whose ti- FLICT HEREWITH AND PRO- week Prior, at lienor facility,
i : ,, ::. Systems, Inc., le is as follows: VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE 6023 Dogwood Drive, Milton,
as nominee for Home Loan Cen- DATE FL 32570.
i i ter Inc., D/B/A Lendingtree ORDINANCE NO. 1267-07
i Loan; Unknown Parties in Pos- ORDINANCE NO. 1267-07 This Ordinance is on file in the 121907
session #1; Unknown Parties in AN ORDINANCE EXTEND- City Clerk's office for inspec- 121907
I Possession #2; If living, and all ING THE TERRITORIAL tion. Any interested party may 12/136
Unknown Parties claiming by, LIMITS OF THE CITY OF appear at the meeting and be
Sunder and against the MILTON FLORIDA BY AN- heard with respect to the pro- s
above named Defendants) who NEXATION- PROVIDING nosed Ordinance.
are no known to be dead or THE ZONING CLASSIFICA This the 121h day of December, e 1dto lcta
alive, whethersaid Unkn TION PROVIDING FOR 2007 1110
Parties may claim an interest as SEVEF ABILITY, REPEALING1 i
Spouse Heirs Devisees Grant ALL ORDINANCES INCON- Dewitt Nobles Publisher's
es, or Other claimants FLICT HEREWITH AND PRO- City Clerk Notice
Defendantss. VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE 121907 Freedom Cammunica-
SNOTIE ro ATior FORE- 121907 lions, Inc. (dba Santa
This Ordinance is on file in the 12/1363 Rousas Press Gazette and
C___________O_____S___U _ R City Clerk's office for inspec-
PROCEEDINS-POP T ion. Any interested party may Legal 12/1364 the Santa Rosa Free
TO:Y appear at the meeting and be Press reserves the right
TO: heard with respect to the pro- NOT OF PROPOSED OR- to censor, reclassify, re-
Tommy U. Hlley; osed Ordinance. DINANCE ENACTMENT vise, edit or reject any
Tam aen Tea a his the 12th day of December, DIj aetio n t n
Residence unknown, if living, in- 2007 TO WHOM IT MAY CON- advertisement not meet-
cluResidenceg an unknown spouse of CERN: ing its standards of ac-
the said defendants if either Dewitt Nobles
has remarried hands i either or CityClerk Please be advised that on the ceptance. Submission of
both of said Defendants are 8th day of January 2008 at advertisement does not
dead, their respective unknown 121907 5:01 p.m., CST, at the City constitute an reement
hers, deviseesgrantees as- 121907 Counc meeting room at the to pudih si dvr
heirs, devisees, rantoees, an 12/36 City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street pbl sa a ver-
signes, creditors, lienors, and 12/1361 the City of Milton, Florida: tisement. Publication of
trustees, and all other persons th re will be proposed for en- an advertisement does
claiming by, through, under or ctm O ri ac stio cs tiute n oe
aTinst the named Defbndant Legal 12/1362 ten an foliows- c whose fnot c institute an pau
TAMMY U. HOLLEY; and the e s as nent for continued publi-
aforementioned named Defend- NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR- ORDINANCE NO. 1271-08 cation.
ants and such of the aforeme DINANCE ENACTMENT ORDINANCE NO, 1271-08 cation.
tioned unknown Defendants and a
such of the aforementioned - TO WHOM IT MAY CON- AN ORDINANCE MAKINGS
known Defendants as may be CERN: LEGISLATIVE FINDINGS RE-
Sinfants, incompetents or other- GARDING STORMWATER
wise not sui juris. Please be advised that on the IN THE CITY OF MILTON 1120
8th day of January, 2008 at CREATING X1 1120
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 5:01 p.m., CST at the City STORMWATER UTILITY," -
that an action has been cam- Council meeting room at the PROVIDING DEFINITIONS -
Smenced to foreclose a mort- City Hall al 6738 Dixon Street, PROVIDING FOR FUNDING il 1 U
Sgage on the following real prop- in the City of Milton, Florida, UTILITY PROVIDING FOR R ' 'i-i
erty, lying and being and situ. there will e proposed for en A STI RMWATEROVIIG FUND,OR '- - L-iI- i '-' .-J'
;Milton
Moving Sale
- -...... t .......... /' ii 1 ,i ' / j /"l Starts Dec. 10th - till all
' T is sold. Moving Over-
seas. All must go. Selling
House and contents of
house, shop and much
ST " f ^ T f ,more. Shown by Appoint-
1mentoy. ITelephone: .
_~ ,. 850-623-5416



Found Ring. Santa
Dependable K & N Lawn Stewart's Tractor Rosa County Complex.
Housekeeper Service Works Call to identify.
Seek *Ring � Tree & stump removal, 450-4975
additional clients. *Mowing debris removal & storm
Over 15 years *Mwing cleanup, bush hogging &
of experience! 9 discing, land clearing, f.1 rI
ferencesavailablenris ingm backhoe work,
Reble Debris Removal demolition & hauling %
upon request Very reasonable prices. 516-1801 or 675-4291
C 2Licensed & Insured Licensed & Insured
850-791-0861


Fences/ Decks/ Docks
Border to Border
Fence & Deck
Company
stalled and repaired.
Specializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
S decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Estimates.
485-2532.
S www.bordertoborder-
fence.com




S Coker's Lawn &
Tractor Service. From
trimming to tractor work.
Clean-ups, raking, haul-
ing, mowing bushhogg-
ing, dirt work. Reasona-
ble rates free estimates.
(850)623-0493.
Licensed & Insured.


PINTING
KJWAL CV��G^


New Hope
Painting &
Wallpapering
*Drywall repairs & patch
work
*Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, patios,
Sidewalks)
*Carpentry work (crown
molding, paneling,
install cabnits, build
decks, trim, base &
case)
*Residential
interior/exterior.
Family owned business,
over 30 years.
Call the Ericksens today
(850) 723-2550 or
623-6034


Fournier's Tree
Service & Stump
Grinding
Free Estimates
Best price guaranteedll
15% Senior Citizen
Discount
Specializing in hard to
reach areas, any size
stump removal & root
pruning. Licensed &
Ins0ured. 50-292-9192
Family owned and
operated.
Pace & Milton



POOTHR SEVICE


Firewood
Page's Tree
Services
626-2159


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


~Stiugustinit
U F irm Direct:
44-~40066




S Nae Change 155
F REEying Call fii
IWo-ish 0)414-7524I
1850 N.t"t Skt.


NEW OUAY

Bird Fair/
Sup ply Sale
Dec. 22nd, (9-4). Four
Points Sheraton. 1325
Hwg 98 FWB.
90'-878-130 FWB



2110
Free to a good home. 5
yr. old, long hair, male
cat. Declawed &
neutered. Needs a new
home. 626-7986




Jim McMackin


I 2130

FaR LEASE
12,500 sq ft horse
boarding facility, well
water, lig ted areana.
20 stalls, feed rooms,
tack rooms, wash racks,
larqe hay storage. Great
location. 850-675-1646


MERCHANDISE
3100 - Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120 -Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat,
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
V3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)




Brand new Gate Way
lap top external hard
drive, with 35,000 DJ
and Karaoke songs win
amp software and Hoster
Karaoke software.
$1500 obo. 994-1667 ,
Wanna Go Home For-'
Christmas
Selling 42 inch Phillips
Ambilight HDTV
w/Kenmore Theatre
Speaker System for
$1200. Call: Lynn
850-499-6268
email:
lynnpriesing@gmail.com




Avalon
Sat. Dec. 22nd,
7am-1 pm. Dinette set,
clothes, misc. 5559
Crestwood Dr. off of Ava-
lon Blvd. before Auto
works.
East Milton
Estate/Yard Sale
Many items sold by QVC
& HSN never been
used. Shoes-handbags
4252 Elvis Presley Dr.
One mile east of Hickory
Hammock Church. Thurs, -
Fri & Sat. Dec. 20th,
21st& 22nd.
Milton
Moving Sale
All goes. 8795 Hwy 87
South. Complete bed-
room set $700, pool
talbe $200, Up-right
freeze $100
850-564-4557




Carrier Heat
Pump Condenser
2 ton. Coastal series, in
good condition, $600.
50-305-6739


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MED -I
EQUJ~IPMENT.'


3290 4100
Never been used,
Lazboy Heated Lift Chair. Postal Jobs
Paid $1800 asking & 733 to $27.58/hr.
$1,000. 626-4134 Now Hiring. For applica-
tion and free government
job info. Call American
Association of Labor.
W0 1-913-599-8226
- 3300 _ 24 hr Employment
7.5 ft. Green, prewired Service
with over 1500 multicol-
ored lights. $95.00
994-9030 Route Driver
5-Dining room chairs,
like new. $75 for all 5. The Crestview
jogging buggy like new. News
2 seater,3-wheeler. Bulletin
$75.0623-2580 is taking allocations
S Looking for for a route driver with
A good clean, ready to dependable transporta-
go, set of carburetors for ion, and good driving
a 2000 (or comparable record. Applicant must
year) Yamaha GP800 be able to provide
averunner. Please call proof of insurance,
864-5745, leave a mes- able to work up to 7
sage if no answer, hours, and must be
able to lift 50 lbs. This
Looking for is a Great Retiree Job.
Dead 2000 Yamaha If interested please ap-
GP800 waverunner (or ply at 295 W. James
compatable year) to rob ee Blvd, Crestview.
or buy parts off. Please
call 864-5745. Leave
message if no answer.


3310
ou mbiaEs PT short order cooks.
Columbia Estey Experience preferred Ap-
lectronic Or9an 1996 ply in person between
$3000 Call "24-8548 2pm-5pm at 2790 Ava-
or 626-7986 Ion Blvd.



Golf Liquidation Sale ,. ri -
Hurry for best buys!
Weekends only. 1-10
Garcon Point Flea Market
indoor. Exit 26.

BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
(5100 - Business
Opportunities
5110 - Money to Lend


EMPLOYMENT 5 T
4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs Create wealth from
4120 - Sales home, Exective level in-
4130 - Employment come call 800-789-3945
Information web
http://topearnerlivingeasy
eun ifiedweolthsolutions.com


Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up to /
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Corm-
pany endorsed CDL ': 1.
ra7nin.
1-866-280-5309
Drivers: REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
TEAM RUNS WITH DEDI-
CATED CUSTOMER 6100 - Business/
WE HAVE THE Commercial
FREIGHT TO KEEP 6110 - Apartments
YOU BUSY! 6120 - Beach Rentals
Great Benefits & Equip- 0130 - Condo/Townhouse
meant 6140 - House Rentals
Class A CDL Req. 6150 - Roommate Wanted
ICT 6160 - Rooms for Rent
Transportation Services 6,170 - Mobile Home/Lot
Call 800-362-0159 6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
For more info 6190 - Timeshare Rentals
www.lctiobs.com 6200 - Vacation Rentals


Milton
Commerical Location
on Stewart Street. Multi-
ole offices convient loca-
on. $600 per month +
security. 324-8337

Milton
Commerical Offices
for rent. $350/mth and
up. Includes utilities.
255-4004


3/BR 2/BA, 1.552
living area. Available
now. $1050/mth
$1050/deposit.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. Pets upon ap-
proval. Janet Coulter Re-
alty. 206-3666
Bagdad
Small house in Bagdad,
cities furnished. Clean.
No pets. $600/mth
Cl Cf� l r - .-i


1 I ui /uepousli
623-8415
Milton
Commercial Bldg. East Milton
for sale or lease, on 3/BR 2/BA on 1 acre.
Stewart St., 1500 SQ $700/mth
FT. Showroom, office $500/deposit.
with shop. High traffic 982-2127
area.
983-2296 or Jay/Milton/Pace
206-4008
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
994-5703

11 6110 l Milton
-- I3/BR 1/BA in Skyline
All utilities included, $625/mth
Downtown Milton, Living $300/deposit.
space 2200 sq ft. on 982-2127
water, large fireplace, --
AC/HC, patio, formal liv Milton
ingroom, diningroom, 3/BR 1/BA, carport
breakfast bar any disabil- utility room, stove and
ities, furnished, cable TV, frig. furnished. Newly
microwave, small appli- renovated. $550/mth
ances, private parking, $400/dep. No pets.
$795+ Dep. 6515 Skyline Dr.
850-983-8195 748-1819


Milton
2/1 brick duplex. All ce-
ramic tile, stove, frig,
laundry hookups, fenced
yard with patio.
Non-smoking environ-
ment. $575/mth
626-2928

Milton
2/1 Duplex New appli-
ances and carpet.
500/mth
200/deposit.
994-8045

Milton
2/BR 1/BA
Non-smoking, no pets.
Nice quiet area, great
for retirees. Call:
623-6606

Pace/Mulat
Spacious 3 bedroom, 1
bath apartment for rent.
Central Heat and Air.
Lots of yard for kids.
$450.00 month,
$450.00 deposit.
995-4335


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Milton
3BD/1 BA
$400.OOmo/
400.00dep Central
H/A W/D hooh-up, new
windows.
6731 West Walker
Street (904)272-5757
Milton
6631 Wesdon Court
3/BR 2/BA $795/mth
$500/deposit.
981-1631
Milton/Pace
3/BR 2/BA, double-car
garage. New tile & car-
pet. Military clause hon-
ored. $950/mth
$800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273
Navarre 7654 East
Bay Blvd
Rent/Buy
3br, 2ba 2-a 1800sf
Great .,.,. ,.:- great
shape Asking $f150
rent or buy for $220,000
Call Greq 251-583-
2623 / 850-685-2308
North Milton
3/BR 2/BA
6573 Sinclair St. Total
Electric, CHA, no pets.
$800/mth $500/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
North Milton
3BR/2BA 6560 Imerial
Dr. $900/mth
$500/deposit. MYRICK
Properties 512-5445
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
Spacious brick home with
a large, enclosed pool.
3.5 acres. 5br/4.5
bath- 614 SF. $1,950
oer ,i Call
478-4607 Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.

RENTERS/BUYERS-NO
BANKS. You CAN buy
now or RENT
w/option-sale-owner fi-
nance with small down.
Payment negotiable.
Milton area. Go to
website. CALL
850-324-0494
http://www.highroad-
miv
estmentgroup.com




Milton
Looking for person who
would like to share large,
2 story home, with retired
nurse. Downtown Milton
on creek. $495/mth must
have references.
850-983-8195. Appoint-
ment only. Lots of extra
work for man or woman
if desired. 2 acres, very
private.




Milton/Munson
Long or short term.
Quiet non-smoking envi-
ronment. Kitchen "laun-
dry, utilities, satellite TV,
fax, internet, unlimited
lonq distance included.
$295/mth. 957-4616


I _ J7100 -
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
1-866-660Q-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 VWagner/
Coldwell Banker united
850-723-1907.


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* Split Floor Plan * Ceramic Tile Flooring * Spacious Closets in all Bedrooms
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- Quiet & Efficient Electric Heat Pump * Plywood Roof Decking
* Stemwall Slab Foundation * 10 year Limited Warranty


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7100 ( 810 | 8130 | 8240
Pea Ridge 1986 Dodge Aires Santa's Sled Tundra
2 large BR, 2 walking 4-cylinder, good shape, SR5, 7.5 Mercury outboard,
closets, 2 full baths. Gar- od trnsoration. Heavy duty great hauling electric start motor; long
age, Large lot. 4935 An- $900.00 623-2580 truck. 7,000 miles. Gun shaft excellent condition
drea Lane. 450-0645 metal gray, bucket seats. $556. 512-5445


6170
Chumuckla
3/1.5 bath, total elec-
tric, recently remodeled.
Covered porch, $395
plus deposit. 994-8865
or 994-6212
East Milton
3/2 on private lot, no
pets, total electric.
550/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
Milton
Country Livinq
Peaceful, quiet & clean.
3/2 on 1 acre with
fenced ployyard, storage
shed waserdryer. Min-
utes from lakes, creek &
horse stables.
Non-smoking
environment.
$575mth/$575dep.
957-1001
Milton
DBL.Wide, private, near
town, L 2!BR 2/BA
Appl. /D CHA.
$6O0/mth 623-8511 Iv.
msg__
Milton
RV lot off of Avalon Blvd.
$250/mth water &
brba.e included.

North Milton
3/1 private lot, nopets,
total electric. $525/mth
$300 dep. Bay Crest
Realty 994-791 8
Pace
3/2 Rent to own. $700
down $700/mth.
Property included. Pace
schools. 850-565-0097
West Milton
2/2 on private lot, total
electric, no pets.
$252/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
West Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric, nopets.
5105 Ridgeway Blvd.
$625/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918








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

I.sSS '~i^


Many extras, new rails.
Must see to appreciate.
623-8565 or
850-450-3764
Garman GPS
Char Map 162
Chartplotter w/ antenna.
$200. Call 496-5670

Looking for
A good clean, ready to
go, set of carburetors for-M
a 2000 (or compatable
year) Yamaha GP800 8340 |
Waverunner. Please call
864-5745, leave a mes-
sage if no answer. 36' Monaco
Knight
Looking for 2001 Diesel, 2 slide
Dead 2000 Yamaha outs, paired w/2004
GP800 waverunner (or Jeep Cherokee Limited
comparable year) to rob Ltd. w/aux. braking for
or buy parts off. Please safest travel. $90K. Must
call 864-5745. Leave sell, make offer.
message if no answer. 856-939-2218


North Allentown
10 Acres, absolutely
lsh psuehayfield. - # . -IT, 1 -
Pave d .reesfenced..$ 49,000IOr flleime#Pom rinril edm armonly
626-9639 812 tobed.offeredbanyamy utkEer. mni w
1983 AMC Jeep C05 youcovBe#ItJ5fo
! 4-wheel driv e with new
op and doors. $3800
obomint condition.
994-1667


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


1992 Jeep Wrangler 4
cylinder, good condition.
$4000. 512-5445


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8130
a -1998 Ford F150
S 7170 XLT V8
Extended cab, Bedliner,
Mary Esther Two 1 new tires, power win-
acre panoramic deep dows & doors, cruise, tilt
water estate lots. fabu- wheel, AT/AC/CD
lous docks on intercoastal 79,000 miles. Excellent
waterway. $925K and condition. Below NADA
$865K. Call retail $8500 obo
850-598-6614 626-0963

Sm GMC 2500 HD 2006
6.0L engine, 4 wd, crew
S cab, 2i2K miles, truck
7180 box, running boards, bed
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1. Emulate Honi Coles
5. Author Alther
9. Edison's Ohio
birthplace
14. Iridescent stone
15. At any time
16. " Gay"
17. The__ of Love
(Yeats)
18. Ballot
19. Thinker
20. Compass heading
21. Balsams
22. Heterodoxy
23. Compactness
25. Walking aid
26. Weep
27. Close up shop
31. Lake near Donner
Pass
34. Philosopher with a
knack for dialogue
35. v. Wade
36. Juxtapose
37. Stayed in touch
38. Note part
39. Item in the Colonel's
bucket
40. Sieges
41. Lariat
42. Workout outfits
44. Eddie of vaudeville
45. Phoenician city
46. Slacken
50. Highball need


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Table scraps
Troubles
Nautilus captain
Adjective for Manute
Bol
Have __ in one's
bonnet
Quasimodo's creator
Bluenose
Disquietude
Articulates
Investors, as in a
Broadway show
Ear or brain part
Tuft of fringe
More complete
Recipe direction
Wrathful
Old-fashioned
Fix, as a faulty text
Sarong, for one
Big Island seaport
Involved with
Betty of cartoons
Govt. agency
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54. Rod or shackle 28.
preceder 29.
55. Lave 30.
56. Repulsive 31.
57. Put socks together
58. Modify 32.
59. Wait on hand and
foot 33.
60. Egyptian solar deity 34.
61. Combines 37.
62. Impressionist 38.
63. His last costar 40.
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1. Expected
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of view
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4. The Boy Who Could

5. Lightness
6. Aloof one's type
of tower
7. Filming venues
8. Surface measure
9. Keepsake
10. Hardened
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12. Stout and porter
13. Not any, of old
21. Arsonist's joy
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Well wooded, great
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1992 Nissian, Infinity
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1996 Town-n-Country
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626-7064

2000 Dodge Intrepid
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390-5586

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