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Publication Date: January 16, 2008
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WEDNESDAY

-o January 16, 2008


SFCC regulations cause confusion

over television's future as we know it


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
According to Nielsen.
Media Research the average
American watches over 2,000
hours of television every year.
With all that time spent in
front of the TV, many are con-
cerned over how their viewing
will be affected after the com-
plete transition to digital
broadcasting next year.
As mandated by
Congress, on February 17,
2009 full power TV stations
will no longer be broadcasting
an analog signal, rather a digi-
tal signal will become the new
standard.
The change has left many
asking the question--"after
February 2009, will I still be
able to use my current, or
older, analog television?" The
answer is "yes," says Russ
Pemberton, a Services
Manager at Best Buy, the
media and electronic super-
store in Pensacola.
"There seems to be some
misconception as to what you
can do with a standard tube
television," he says. "The
question people are freaking
out about is, 'am I going to
have to throw out my TV?'"
The current belief that one
must have a digital television
set to successfully make the
transition into the digital age


is misinformed says
Pemberton, when all that may
be required is for consumers
to purchase a simple converter
box.
The box will convert- the
digital signal into an analog
signal making it compatible
with the TV.
"This js a bigger deal than
it should be," says Brandon
Harper, a Best Buy Home
TheaterSales Specialist.
Harper says only those
with a g aniimi tibe television
currently receiving free over-
the-air programming through
a roof top antenna or rabbit
ears on the TV will need the'
converter box to continue
receiving local programs, such
as news come 2009.
Analog televisions utiliz-
ing satellite or cable services
through Direct TV, Dish
Network, or Mediacom will
not have to worry about pur-
chasing a converter box
because the provider them-
selves will act as the tuner.
"Far less people will need
it than we are being led to
believe," says Harper, who
contends the present dilemma
over the transition is more the
result of high pressure sales
tactics by satellite and cable
providers who want you to
sign up for a monthly
See HDTV Page 4A


Giuliani set to visit area


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.comrn
Republican Presidential
hopeful and former New York
Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, will be
making a campaign stop in the
panhandle today with a visit to
the Fish House restaurant in
Pensacola.
With the Florida primary
only two weeks away the
Mayor has been traversing the
sunshine state over the last
week with stops in Miami,
Naples, Sarasota, Clearwater,


and Jacksonville.
Elliott Bundy, a
spokesperson for the Giuliani
team says, "From the start of
the campaign we placed a
heavy emphasis on winning
Florida. [The state] represents
a tremendous cross section of
the American electorate and if
you can win here you can win
anywhere."
With most of the candi-
dates stumping in Michigan
this week proceeding yester-
day's primary there, Giuliani


h a s
focused on
Florida,
which
started
early vot-
i n g
Monday.
"With
57 dele-
gates it's a
great state
to win and
use the
momentum


Giuliani

to carry through


the many primaries on
February 5," Bundy says.
Of the three states to
already cast their votes,
Giuliani took third place in
Wyonling, sixth in Iowa, and
fourth in New Hampshire.
When asked if the Mayor was
concerned about his results at
the polls or his ability to win
only one delegate thus far,
Bundy responds, "We always
had a long term strategy that
meant we spent time in many
See REPS Page 4A


Press Gazette photos by Bill Gamblin Compton Hayward


Correction
In Saturday's Press
Gazette, the article "Finding
the best option" about the
five potential sites for a new
judicial center had one inac-
curate figure. The total cost
for the Santa Rosa County
Industrial Park Location (Site
No. 5). was listed as
$545,633.66. This amount
was wrong, and should be
$1.4 million as noted in the
same column for site
improvements.

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No drought in Santa Rosa


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
With the majority of
Southeastern states still facing
a serious drought, the outlook
for the Florida panhandle in
this new year is a rather posi-
tive'one.
According to the U.S.
Drought Monitor, there are
currently no drought condi-
tions for many counties across
Northwest Florida, including
Santa Rosa County.
Other portions of the state


are still classified as abnor-
mally dry, while conditions in
some south central counties
are being considered severe to
extreme.
A decent amount of rain-
fall in the latter part of 2007,
especially in September,
October, and November, con-
tributed to the county's current
state.
Despite the promising
news, some experts are warn-
ing locals not to take that extra
long shower quite yet, or think


the problem is over.
"It was not the worst year,
but it's not going to go down
in the history books as the
best," says Libby Johnson, an
Escambia County Agricultural
Extension Agent who also
monitors Santa Rosa County.
"It was so scattered,
Johnson says of the. intermit-
tent rainfall. "Some commu-
nities would get a good bit and
some would get none. It was
not a cure all," she says.
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Publisher
623-2120
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Trio gets charged

Press Gazette Staff Report pects were
Last week, Santa Rosa attempting
County Sheriff's deputies to steal
were dispatched to the 4600 metal cul-
Block of B-Lowery Road in verts as
Milton because of people tres- s c r a p
passing on Siate property, metal from
The complainant, who the clay
lives nearby, told deputies pits.
there were three adults and T h e
one juvenile present in a clay suspects
pit that is used by the state and had a pick-
county road departments at the up truck W. Trap
end of B-Lowery Road. The equipped
complainant said that the sus- with cutting torches an


with trespassing on state property

in order to Trappman, complainant was able to ge
remo ve entered t e the license plate number of the
the cul- into a truck as it left the area.
v e rt s physical Deputies located the trucl
When the confronta- in Milton and made contac
c o m tion with with the owner of the truck
plainant the com- Michael Booker. Booker stat
confronted plai n a n t, ed he was paid by William an
the sus- striking ,, Alison Trappman to driv
pects and him with them to the clay pit to hau
told them the gate away some scrap metal
that the that is used Booker admitted to being
ppan Sheriff's A. Trappman to close off Booker present in the clay pit with the
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Obituaries / Community


SPEAK OUT


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Monday, 11:48 p.m.
Hi, this is Liz in Bagdad.
This is to Patsy. Honey, I
know this is the first time in
65 years you've had a chance
to lower your taxes, but is it
really worth increasing the
crime in our area? Is it worth
causing the fire department
and police to lose personnel
because they can't afford to
pay the bills, all for you to
save $100 a year? Is it really
worth all that? Me, I don't
think so. I want to keep our
police and fire department
around to keep us safe and
protected. Plus, our county
commissioners apparently
don't have enough money
because they wouldn't be
laying off people if they did.
Thank you.

Monday, 11:44 p.m.
Hello, this is for Patsy.
We do have something
between our ears, it's called
a brain. We're just thinking
about all the people who
will lose their jobs if the
amendment goes through.
Think of all the people who
are going to lose their jobs
so you can save $100 per
year, that's not $100 per
month, but a year. Thanks.

Monday, 2:28 p.m.
Hi, my name is Jo, and
after reading this fine article
on finding the best choice
for the couirthouse-and fill-
ing my tank with gas-the
only reasonable site for the
courthouse is in East Milton.
That way we don't have to
drive the prisoners back and
forth paying $3.00 a gallon
for gas. The best choice for
the courthouse is East
Milton.
Thank you for printing
our choices.

Monday, 8:10 a.m.
My name is Dave from
Pace. I want to know when
is DOT going to do their job
and put some pressure on
those slow pokes working
on the fill between 90 and
Pensacola. There are several
miles of road blocked off,
and about seven guys stand-
ing around looking at a
piece of equipment.

Sunday, 9:38 p.m.
Yes, this is Gene. I'm
calling about the
Presidential election. We
just need to remember-
Barack'Obama is not a true
American, he's a Muslim.
He even put his hand on the
Koran when he was sworn


into the senate, not the Bible.
I just thought the people of
Santa Rosa County should
know that and do a little
research on Barack. Thank
you.
Editor's Note: The per-
sistent rumor that Barack
Obama is a Muslim is not
true. He is not, nor has he
ever been, a Muslim, and is a
member of Chicago's Trinity
United Church of Christ.
For more info see the Nov.
12 2007 edition of
Newsweek.

Sunday, 4:10 p.m.
My name us Joyce. To
the person, or persons, who
took my daughter's purse
from her car in front of the
Pace Burger King on
Thursday January 10 at 5pm.
You should know what a has-
sle it's going to be just to get
her papers in order. Her
Driver's License, Social
Security card, bank records,
and her children's and grand-
children's personal papers all
have to be redone. She lost
her. money since she just
cashed her paycheck. This
will put her a couple of
months behind.
Please, if you have a con-
science or a little decency
about you, return the purse.
You can bring the purse back
to Burger King since she has
two daughters that work
there. Also, I might add you
should get a real job. Thank
you. I appreciate it and we
love your paper.

Saturday, 3:52 p.m.
Yes, this is Lynn. I just
finished reading the
Saturday, January 12
Gazette, and I have one ques-
tion: What part of economics
don't the commissioners
understand? Site number five
in the industrial park is by
far the cheapest and the easi-
est one to access from all
over. I don't understand what
the conversation is all about.
When money is the bottom
line, site number five is the
best choice..
Editor's Note: Site num-
ber five's total cost should
have read $1.4 million,
rather it was printed with the
total cost of site number
four, the Byrom property,
which should have reflected
the lowest cost.

Saturday, 3:30 p.m.
Yes this is Fred. I want
to speak out about the loca-
tion for courthouse. I agree
with the call about the Pea
Ridge site-someone's got
to be getting a kick back.
No one in their right mind
would consider sites one,
two, or three. When we
could get one for half a mil-
lion dollars, that's saving
right out of the gate. Not to
mention it's right next to the
sheriffs office and jail.
There's already a traffic
problem on 90. If you live
on a street without a traffic
light it's sometimes about
ten minutes before you can
pull out. And you want to
put more traffic out there?
The county commissioners
better wake up.


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


Black, Patsy Griffin
1956 2008
Patsy Griffin Black, age
51, of Milton, Florida, passed
away Thursday, January 11,
2008, in Pensacola, Florida,
after a courageous battle with
cancer.
Patsy was a life-long resi-
dent of Milton and was of the
Christian faith. Nanny's
grandchildren were her pride
and joy.
Preceding her in death are
her parents-Joseph Bill and
Callie Merle Mitchem Griffin,
sister-Lila Griffin Chuites,
brothers-Homer Griffin and
Joe Griffin and brother-in-
law -Glenn Holloway.
Those left behind to cher-
ish her memory are her
fianc6 -Phillip Jernigan,
son-Randy "Bubba"
(Cristina) Black, daughter-
Tamie (Brian) Lowe, broth-
ers-J. B. (Julie) Griffin, Carl
(Polly) Griffin, and Clinton
(Phyllis) Griffin, sisters-
Ruth Holloway, Judy (Mark)
Hodges, and Anne (Randy)
Randolph, and grandchil-
dren-Brittany Lowe, Tyler
Lowe, Alexandria Black,
Briannah Lowe, Coty Wendel,
Callie Black, Kaleb Lowe, and
Maranda Black.
Funeral services were
Monday, January 14, 2008, at
2:00 p.m. at Donnie Sowell
Funeral Home Chapel with
Bro. Fred Rogers officiating.
Burial followed at Crain
Cemetery. Visitation was
Sunday, January 13, 2008,
from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the
funeral home.
Friends of the family
served as pallbearers.
"The family extends spe-
cial thanks to Dr. Thomas
Sunnenberg and the second
floor nursing staff at Sacred
Heart Hospital."
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home is in charge of the
arrangements.

Mayhall, Sr.,
Wesley Waugh
1923 2008
Wesley Waugh Mayhall,
Sr., age,84, of Boonville, NC,


passed away Thursday,
January 10, 2008 at his resi-
dence.
He was born February
15, 1923 to the late Clyde E.
& Lillie Mamrie Waugh
Mayhall. Mr. Mayhall grad-
uated with a law degree
from University of Florida.
He served in the US Navy
during World War III as an
airplane mechanic. He
retired from Chelsea Land
Title Co. He was a charter
member of Immanuel
Baptist Church in Pace,
Florida. He and his wife of
63 years-Annie Ruth
Reeves Mayhall, who sur-
vives him, moved to North
Carolina in 1997, where
they became members of
Boonville Baptist Church.
Besides his parents, two
sisters-Leah Lorry and
Jean Heresy, preceded him
in death.
Surviving are a sister-
Clydine Bridgeman and two
brothers-WS Mayhall and
Earl Mayhall. Also surviv-
ing are children-Marilyn
Bennett (Fred) of Tarmac,
Florida; Carolyn Lunsford
of Statesville, NC (Jim);
Debra Sheek (Doug) East
Bend; and Wesley Mayhall,
Jr.
He has 10 grandchil-
dren-Jason and Jared
Bennett, David, Annie, and
Mamrie Hart, Barron, Wade,
and Joshua Sheek, Wesley
Mayhall III and Kylie
Mayhall. He has eleven
great grandchildren.
"Though we mourn the loss
of a husband, father, grand-
father, and great grandfa-
ther, we are extremely proud
of his life. He was treasured
by all who knew him for his
unique combination of intel-
ligence, common sense,
humor, and kindness."
The family received
friends from 2 to 3 p.m.,
Sunday, January 13, 2008 at
Boonville Baptist Church.
His funeral was conducted
at 3 p.m. Sunday January
13, 2008 by the Rev. Ken
Boaz.
Burial followed at
Boonville Cemetery.


Gentry Family Funeral
Service in Yadkinville, NC
is serving the Mayhall fami-
ly.

Temple, Jr., John E.
1927-2008
John Earl Temple, Jr., age
80, of Milton, died Saturday,
January 12, 2008 at home
surrounded by his family.
John was born December 5,
1927 to Bessie Burnham
Temple and John Earl
Temple, Sr. of McLellan, FL.
He was a member of
Margaret Street Church of
Christ, in Milton, where he
served as a deacon, and later
an elder, for over 24 years.
We are grateful he was given
an opportunity to serve God
for so many years. John
loved his Heavenly Father
and we are grateful for the
life, death and resurrection of
Jesus Christ through Whom
is his hope for eternal life. He
was preceded in death by his
parents; two sisters, Delia
(Radford) Locklin, and Faye
(J.D.) Cooley; and two broth-
ers, James and Oma.
After graduating from
David Lipscomb College in
Nashville, TN he served four
years in the Air Force; most
of that time, he was stationed
in England. John and Roberta
Bell were married March 12,'
1955. After receiving his dis-
charge from the Air Force, he
returned to Nashville, where
he received his Masters
Degree from George
Peabody College. His first
job with Santa Rosa County
School Board was as a
teacher and coach at
Allentown High School in
1956-1957. Later he served
as teacher/principal at Harold
School and then as principal
of Chumuckla High School
from 1959 to 1968. He was
Director of Vocational/Adult
Education until his retire-
ment in 1989.
He is survived by his
wife-Roberta; daughter-
Martha (Glenn) Todd; sons-
Mike (Renee') and Ed
(Suzie); grandchildren-
Mandy Stephens, Kiera


(David) Keen, Brittany Todd,
Savannah, John Blake, and
Hannah Temple; step-grand-
sons-Taylor and Austin
Plowman; and great grand--
children-Austin and
Madilyn Stephens.
Funeral services for Mr..
Temple were 2:00 p.m.,'
Tuesday, January 15, 2008 at'
the Margaret Street Church of
Christ Building with Minister
Preston Silcox officiating.
Burial followed in Serenity
Gardens with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Visitation
will be from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
Margaret Street Church of'
Christ Building in Milton. *
Memorial contributions
may be made in Mr. Temple's
memory to the Margaret
Street Church of Christ'
Missions Ministry.

Wolfe, Donald
Michael
1948 2007
Donald Michael Wolfe,
age 59, of Pensacola, FL, died
after a brief illness
Wednesday, December 19,
2007.
Mr. Wolfe was a veteran'
of the United States Marine
Corp, worked for Pizza Hut
International in Saudi Arabia,
Zirea, Africa and Santa Rosa
Island. His love for the area,
the water, and cooking, left all
of 's with fond memories.
Mr. Wolfe is, survived by,
his parents, Douglas and;.'
Patricia Wolfe, of Pace; his.
sister Diane Wolfe (Larry)'
Williams, of Whorley, ID;
niece-Holly C. Williams, of
Oakland, CA; two great-
aunts-Carrie Bell Grice, and..
Maggie Larsen, both of
Navarre; many other aunts,
uncles,-and cousins.
Memorial Services will be
held at Lewis Funeral Home,
Pace Chapel 2:00 p.m.,.
Saturday, January 19, 2008.
Rev. William W. Stoudenmire
will be officiating; Lewis
Funeral Home Pace Chapel,
directing.
Donald was loved by
many and will be remembered
by all, but missed the most by
his best friend, his Dad.


Help with homework struggles


Students will soon head
back to school after the
Christmas break, and this
winter, children and teens
will want to head "back-to-
the-library" too! Santa Rosa
County students from 4th
grade to 12th grade and col-
lege introduction level can
go online to get immediate,
free help from qualified
tutors. The Santa Rosa
County Library System
offers Live Homework
Help, an online tutoring
service from Tutor.com that
connects students to expert
tutors in math, science,
social studies and English
via the Internet. Spanish-
speaking tutors are available
in math and science.
Free Help in Core
Subjects
This free service allows
students to connect to an
expert tutor from any Santa
Rosa County Library or
their home PC with a Santa
Rosa County library card.
Students' can receive one-
on-one homework help from


Santa Rosa County

Library System


a live tutor via the Internet
every day from 3 p.m. 9
p.m. Live Homework Help
is easy to use. Children and
teens simply go to the
library's Web site at
www.santarosa.fl.gov/librar
ies, click on the Live
Homework Help link and
then enter their grade level
and the subject they need
help in. In just a few min-
utes, students are connected
to a tutor in an Online
Classroom for help in math
(elementary, algebra, geom-
etry, trigonometry and cal-
culus), science (elementary,
earth science, biology,
chemistry, physics), social
studies (American History,
World History, Political
Science and more), and


English (spelling, grammar,
essay writing, book reports).
Learn from Expert
Tutors in an Online
Classroom
Students and tutors can
review specific homework
questions, as well as sub-
ject-specific concepts using
features such as controlled
chat, an interactive white
board and shared Web
browsing in the Online
Classroom. Tutors can type
math equations using a spe-
cial math tool, share educa-
tional Web sites and much
more for a rewarding learn-
ing experience. All tutors
are certified teachers, col-
lege professors, professional
tutors or graduate school
students from across the


country. Every tutor has
completed a third party
background check and a
comprehensive training pro-
gram.
Visit our web site at
www.santarosa.fl.gov/librar
ies to register for a library.
card, use pur online e-.
resources, learn about
upcoming library programs,-
and to see a list of all
libraries and hours.
The Santa Rosa County-
Library System is a depart-'
ment of the Santa Rosa
County Board of County
Commissioners. Libraries
are located in Gulf Breeze,
Jay, Milton, Navarre, and
Pace. Further information
can be found at www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov/libraries.


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East Milton Honor Roll for first nine weeks Putthea ais lbfo


East Milton Elementary
School would like to congrat-
ulate the students who worked
very hard and achieved Honor
Roll status for the First Nine
Weeks of the 2007-08 School
Year. Congratulations!
"A" Honor Roll
gV Grad:
David Blodgett, Sheri
Boudreaux, Joie Brewer,
Kalyn Carter, Jacob Coleman,
Justin Davis, Danielle Dixon,
Parker Gallups, Paige Gibson,
Mackenzie Hardy, Kaitlyn
Holder, Logan Mathews,
Meghan Mathews, Derek
Morgan, Trishna Patel, Anna
Powell, Zora Rich, Travis
Stanwood, Molli Tank,
Christopher Thornton, Gaven
Wallace, Ashley Wilson, and
Devin Yarbrough;
4tAGrade:
Somer Bennett, Dakota
Berry, Andrew Clevenger,
Michael Feick, Christian
Feliberty, Emily Hooks,
Junior Ramos, Jessica
Rutherford, Brett Simpson,
Amanda Thrasher, Steven
Wallis, and Brady White;
s5l Grade:
Jasmine Alday, Tyler Ard,
Jordan-Belton, Dylan Burke,
Karli Butcher, Meghan


Corks 'N Canvases
fundraiser to bene-
fit Big Brothers Big
Sisters of Northwest
Florida

Big Brothers Big Sisters
of Northwest Florida presents
Corks 'N Canvases, an art
auction and wine tasting
fundraiser. The event takes
place from 5:30 to 9 p.m.
Friday, January 18, at the
Belmont Arts and Cultural
Center, 401 N. Reus Street,
downtown Pensacola.
The featured pieces in the
art auction were created by
"littles" with the help of their'
"bigs" or guardians. In addi-
tion to art created by "littles,"
there will also be a silent auc-
tion with pieces donated by
local artist. The event will
also include wine tasting with
wines provided by Southern
Wines & Spirits; light hors
d'oeurves provided by
Angus, Caf6 22, Chrisoula's
Cheesecake Shoppe, Classic
City Catering, Culinary
Productions, Ever'man
Natural Foods, Fire
Mountain, The Portabello
Market and Soiree; and live
entertainment featuring Frank
Deangelo and Lyndsey
Battles. The cost for the event
is $25 in advance and $30 at
the door. To purchase tickets,
call 433-5437.
Corks 'N Canvases is
sponsored by CatCountry
98.7, IN The Independent
News, Cox Communications,
Beach Community Bank,
Compass Bank, Highpointe
Hotel Corporation, John
Shaffer State Farm and
Meyer Realty Estate.

Sacred Heart's
Grief Support
Group Meets on
Thursdays

Sacred Heart Hospital in
Pensacola has established a
grief support group called
'GriefShare." A new series of
GriefShare meetings is under
way in January, February and
March each Thursday from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Sacred
Heart in the St. Catherine's
classroom on the second
floor of the main hospital.
The support group is
sponsored by those who
understand the experience of
loss and want to offer com-
fort and encouragement to
help others during a difficult
time. A total of 13 GriefShare
sessions will cover a variety
of grief recovery topics.
Sessions include videos of
grief recovery experts who
include well-known coun-
selors, authors, speakers and
pastors with years of expert-
ise in this field.
The group is nondenomi-
national; its philosophy of
hope and support is based on
Biblical teaching. While


Cabanos, Tyler Cooper,
Autumn Dean, Kaylee
Holbrook, Cody Lingo,
Kristal Lowe, Trenton Moore,
Hannah McMullen, Brittany
Musgrave, Katie Noble,
Brandon Nowling, Shaylin
Parker Tyler Senterfitt,
Samantha Shipley, Makayla
Smith, Evan Stenerson,
Elizabeth Stone, Alicia
Parmelee, Carrie Trease, and
Jamie Turner.
"A/B" Honor Roll
3rd Grade:.
Wyatt Ates, Halie
Babcock, Kiersten Barnette,
Saipha Barton, Makayla
Beckjorden, Alyssa Belton,
Kendall Blackmon, Mathew
Borkowski, Kayla Brewer,
Dalton Busbee, Sarah
Cannon, ,Kaite Carmichael,
Brandon Cloud, Kailyn
Davidson, Kaitlyn DeJaynes,
Daniel Diaz, Hannah
Fleming, Venus Ganhs, Tyne
Gilley, Kari Green, Phillip
Green, Anthony Grubbs,
Hunter Hall, Haley Hart,
William Hawkins, Leigha
Hood, Destany Jensen,
Katelynn Jones, Adam Khalil,
Clayton Knapp, Austin
McCarthy, Hunter Melvin,
Reagan Melvin, Demontre


there are 13 sessions, each
session is self-contained so
that participants may join in
at any time.
The support group is free
of charge; however, registra-
tion is required. To register,
or for more information,
please call (850) 416-7705.

Cutest Dog & Cat
Photo Contest open
to Milton area resi-
dents. Grand Prize
is $1,000.00 cash

The FL State Chapter of
Dog. & Cat Lovers of
America in partnership with
IPOC is proud to announce
that many cash and prizes
ire up for grabs including a
$1,000.00 Cash Grand Prize
in the 2008 Spring Cutest
Pet Photo Contest. Ten lucky
entrants will also be selected
to have their photo grace the
cover of an internationally
distributed pet book. "We
refer to them as Cover Pets,"
states Rosa Bonbeur, contest
chairperson. Recent winners
include Candice Ramsey of
Arkansas ($1,000.00 Cash)
and Connie Ernske of Ohio
($1,000.00 Cash).
Pet owners from the
Milton area are welcome to
win a share of the prizes.
The deadline for the contest
is Feb 15th. The contest is
open to everyone and entry
is free. Dog and cat photos
are welcome. The photo may
contain one pet or several
and may include different
pet types in the same photo.
There is a strict limit of one
photo per household to avoid
disqualification. "Every pet
owner has at least one photo
that shows just how cute
their pet is," says Bonbeur,
"When people learn about
the contest, they get excited
about the chance of winning
and the potential for national
attention," continued
Bonbeur.
The preferred method of
entry is to enter directly
online at
www.CutestPetContest.com.
You may also submit
your photo by postal mail.
Please send one photograph
full color or black and white
of any size. All photo entries
must include the photogra-
pher's name and address on
the back. Photographs
should be sent to: FL 2008
Spring Cutest Pet Photo
Contest, P.O. Box 4470,
Olathe, KS 66063. Entries
must be postmarked by Feb
15th 2008.
Dog & Cat Lovers of
America is an organization
dedicated to bringing pet
owners from around the
world together for fun and
fellowship. Membership in
the organization is not
required to participate and
the entry is free. Past win-
ners are listed at
www.cutestpetcontest.com


Mitchell, Andrew Novak,
Rebecca Nowling, Trae
Osieczanek, TJ Richardson,
Alexis Rose, Stephenie
Rosenbarker, Tyler Shaw,
Nicholas Simmons, Timothy
Smith, Emma Stokes, Amber
Williams, Trace Williams, and
Steven Zearley;
4th Grade:
DJ Adams, Neftalia
Aruaz,- LJ Blount, Janson
Branch, Chase Burney, Briana
Canevari, JC Cannon, Katie
Chandler, Sara Clifton,
Chloe' Coleman, Haley
Comer, Logan Durnil,
Hannah Emmons, Bruce
Ferguson, Timothy
Fernstrom, Brandon Fryar,
Amy Fulmer, Madison
Gandy, Matthew Gainus,
Hannah Green, Timothy
Harris, Nathan Headdy,
Onisha Henry, Jacob Hoyles,
Dakota Hunt, Dalton
Jernigan, Corey Jones,
Spencer Kingry, Matthew
Knoblock, Brian Lopez,
Dusty Manning, Kyle
McCauley, Lyndon Murphy,
Talen Neese, Justin Nowling,
William Parker, Bradley
Perez, Megon Peters, Angel
Ramos, Kayla Sapp, Derick
Shepeard, Keyonna Simmons,


Call for Entries -
Get fresh with
North Carolina
Sweet Potatoes
Recipe Contest

$5,000 in prize money
up for grabs for the best
soup, salad, side or sweet
recipes
Smithfield, NC- The
North Carolina SweetPotato
Commission is sponsoring
its first-ever national con-
sumer recipe contest. A total
of $5,000 in prize money
will be awarded one $500
prize for the winner in each
of the four categories (soup,
salad, side, sweet) and a
grand prize of $3,000 to the
winner chosen from the four
category winners. A special-
ly designated Web site is up
and running and waiting for.
home cooks to submit their
favorite sweet potato cre-
ations http://www.getfresh-
withsweetpotatoes.com/.
Who: North Carolina
SweetPotato Commission
(http://www.ncsweetpota-
toes.com/) with promotional
support from Taste of the
South magazine
What: Get Fresh with
North Carolina Sweet
Potatoes Recipe Contest
Where: United States
When: Recipe submis-
sions accepted now through
April 15, 2008. Final judg-
ing will take place in test
kitchens of Taste of the
South magazine. Winners
will be announced May
2008.
Why: To discover the
creative and innovative ways
home cooks are using fresh
sweet potatoes and to reward
their efforts.
How: Enter online at
http://www.getfreshwith-
sweetpotatoes.com/ or mail
entry(ies) to Get Fresh with
North Carolina Sweet
Potatoes Recipe Contest,
P.O. Box 575, Selma, N.C.
27576. Complete rules are
posted on the Web site, or
contestants may send a
SASE to above address with
a request for a copy of the
rules.

Local Health Care
Leader joins
National Board of
Directors
Covenant Hospice
President & CEO, Dale 0.
Knee has been elected to the
Board of Directors for the
National Hospice and
Palliative Care Organization
(NHPCO). Voting delegates
from end of life care organi-
zations throughout the
nation elected Knee to the
Board, and he will represent
the members of NHPCO on
a national level.
NHPCO, the oldest and
largest non-profit public
benefit organization that


David Singleton, Christopher
Spivey, Anatasia Stults, Hope
Thomley, Caitlyn Vickers,
Emily Wallace, Lamar
Walther, and Kensie
Whitfield;
sth Grade.
Tianna Agerton, Madelyn
Anderson, Meagan Atwill,
Brent Bouman, Patrick
Branch, Kayla Brown,
Arianna Bucci, Marianne
Cook, Devin Dethlefs,
Kendall Drake, Jordan
Dumas, Taylor Emerson,
Jackie Emmons, Emily
Fields, Joshua Findlayter,
Billu Gibson, Keanna
Haggins Tristan Hardin,
Miranda Hodges, Kaelin
Hood, Beth Hopkins, Taylor
Johannes, Cody Johnson,
Daquan Johnson, Destiny
Lawrence, Daulton
McCauley, Rocky Melvin,
Carrie Neese, Zachary
Nicholas, Dustin Nowling,
Deborah Pooley, Christopher
Porter, Hannah Richards,
Amy Roper, Annabelle
Sawyer, Alex Senterfitt, Haley
Shepeard, Conner Sivley,
Balee Smith, Cory Stafford,
Jordan Summers, Kirkland
Wall, Jacob Weekly, Deiah
Wilkerson, and Ben Wilson.


represents hospice and pal-
liative care programs, is
committed to improving the
end of life care and expand-
ing access to hospice care.
"The selection comes at a
particularly challenging time
for hospices, and I look for-
ward to the opportunities
this presents to contribute
and help promote
Covenant's mission of com-
munity and hospice caring as
a model to help improve end
of life care in this country,"
said Knee.
Knee has served as
President & CEO of
Covenant Hospice and the
Covenant Hospice
Foundation since 1993.
When he joined what was
then known as Hospice of
Northwest Florida, the
organization he led served
four counties and had a daily
census of 132 patients.
Under his leadership,
Covenant Hospice has
grown into one of the largest
not-for-profit hospice sys-
tems in the nation. Today,
Covenant has two inpatient
units and an average daily
census of more than 1,300
patients and cares for
patients and their loved ones
in 35 counties spanning
Florida and Alabama.




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Public Hearing Notice
Santa Rosa County will hold a public hearing
on a proposed amendment to its FY 05
CDBG Disaster Recovery Supplemental
Appropriation Project (Hurricane Ivan) on
Thursday, January 24, 2008 at 9:30 a.m. in
the Commission meeting room at the Santa
Rosa County Administrative Offices. To
obtain additional information concerning the
public hearing, contact Kathy Jordan at
(850) 983-1855. The Public Hearing is being
conducted in a handicapped accessible
location. Any handicapped person requiring
an interpreter for the hearing impaired or
visually impaired should contact Mrs. Jordan
by January 21, 2008 and an interpreter will be
provided. Any non-English speaking person
wishing to attend the public hearing should
contact Mrs. Jordan by January 21, 2008, and
a language interpreter will be provided. To
access a Telecommunications Device for Deaf
Persons (TDD) please call 1-800-955-8770
and ask for relay to Santa Rosa County.


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Rain

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In fact, the majority of
the precipitation received
during harvest season in
2007 hurt farmers dramati-
cally.
Travis Kelly, Executive
Director of the Farm
Services Agency says rain is
needed during the growing
season but can be damaging
to crops like cotton and
peanuts if subjected to
heavy sustained rainfalls
like those experienced in
October.
Farmers in Santa Rosa
County experienced dry
conditions early in the year
with the average rainfall in
Jay, between March and
June, at 1.75 inches-as
opposed to the average rain-
fall for October alone at
7.32 inches.




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Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County
Property Appraiser
Announces to:
Santa Rosa County's Senior Citizens!
The Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen
Exemption, which allows an
ADDITIONAL $25,000 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION!
If you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an
additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County.
This additional exemption is for the portion of your tax bill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
Property owner must be 65 or older
Total adjusted household income limitations apply
Must apply no later than March 3, 2008
Must qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead
Exemption
(Note: You must qualify and
may have to reapply annually).
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I Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser
Announces,
For Your Convenience
SATURDAY OFFICE HOURS
9:00 AM 12:00 NOON
In addition to regular hours I
Both
Milton & Midway Offices
January 4th thru March 1st
To assist in exemption filing for:
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SENIOR CITIZEN EXEMPTION
DISABILITY EXEMPTIONS
AGRICULTURAL CLASSIFICATION

REGULAR OFFICE HOURS:
Monday thru Friday 7:00 am 4:30 pm
For additional information:
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or visit our website at:
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Looking for bulldogs' master


Press Gazette Staff Report
Santa Rosa County
Animal Services officials are
attempting to locate the own-
ers of two English bulldog
pups that were placed in the
Animal Services drop box on
the evening of Jan. 5.
Shelter personnel are
concerned the animals may
be stolen because pedigree
dog thieves are known to
take popular and valuable
dogs by placing them in shel-
ter drop boxes. Thieves then
try to adopt them to provide
a means of legal ownership.
Santa Rosa County has a


HDTV

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subscription fee, than it is a
real threat to the average con-
sumer.
"If you want to buy a new
TV so everything looks nice,
that's fine," he says. "But if
things are tough for you don't
go out and buy a $3,000 tele-
vision. It's hot necessary."
On January 1 the federal
government began issuing up
to two $40 coupons per qual-
ifying households needing to
make the switch to digital
and purchase a converter.
The offer is valid through
March 2009.
The term digital refers to
a television and broadcasting
standard that provides superi-
or picture and sound quality
over traditional TV sets and
analog signals. High
Definition, or HDTV as it is
often referred to, is the high-
est quality currently available
within the digital realm.
Presently, such cable and
satellite providers as Direct
TV are offering 85 HD chan-
nels including the National
Geographic Channel, the


policy of not adopting
English Bulldogs due to their
value. This breed is estimated
to be worth $1,000 to $3,000.
The two brindle and
white puppies are estimated
to be 10 to 12 weeks in age.
Animals left in the drop box
are usually held for five days,
but officials are extending
the waiting period for these
puppies to 10 days since theft
is suspected.
Due to associated risk of
theft while in the shelter, as
well as the high maintenance
and medical cost associated
with the breed, if not claimed


by Wednesday, the animals
will be given to a rescue
organization that has the
resources, specialty and abil-
ity to screen potential
adopters more stringently
than a public shelter. Animal
Services will not allow the
puppies to be adopted.
According to the
American Kennel Club, the
Bulldog is the twelfth most
popular breed in the U.S.
Those claiming owner-
ship of the puppies must pro-
vide proof including photos,
vaccination, or registration
papers.


Anyone who claims to be
the owner of these dogs
should call Animal Services
at 983-4680.
More than 70 percent of
the animals received by the
county's Animal Services are
euthanized each year. While
these two puppies are not
available for adoption by the
shelter, there are many ani-
mals available that desper-
ately need responsible and
loving homes. You /can also
view adoptable animals
online at http://www.san-
tarosa.fl.gov/animals/index.h


Billboards such as this one on Stewart Street in Milton are causing consumers some contusion as to
whether their current TV will be compatible with the nation's switch to digital broadcasting in
February 2009.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


History Channel, ESPN,
Discovery, and CNN,
although subscribers must
have an HD TV in order to
take advantage of the
improved picture and sound.
Eventually, says
Pemberton, all channels will
be available in HD, but for
now the FCC is helping baby
step the public to digital.
According to


www.dtv.gov, a website
aimed at educating the public
about the change, "(digital)
will free up parts of the valu-
able broadcast spectrum for
public safety communica-
tions (such as police, fire
departments, and rescue
squads). Also, some of the
spectrum will be auctioned to
companies that will be able
to provide consumers with


more advanced wireless serv-
ices (such as wireless broad-
band."
For more details on the
transition to digital or
HDTV's go to the Best Buy
website: www.ask-
ablueshirt.com to watch a
video tutorial.
If you have a question
about your specific TV set,
see the manufacturer.


Reps


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states, not just the early
states."
"We feel this is the best
strategy to maintain a strong
campaign through February 5
and beyond, while we see
other candidates who focused
on winning single sates start
to drop out."
Giuliani is currently sec-
ond only to Mitt Romney
when it comes to Republican


fundraising efforts, with $47
million to date. ."We're in
great financial shape," says
Bundy, "with over $12 mil-
lion on hand and $7 million
on hand for the primary
specifically."
A comment posted on
Giuliani's website' by a
Milton resident declares
while not in agreement with
all the Mayor's politics
domestically, "I respect the


State


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Alison Trappman were locat-
ed, as well as a juvenile sus-
pect that was present with
them. They admitted to being
in the clay pit with Booker,
but denied being there to steal
scrap metal.
The clay pit is clearly
\marked with no trespassing
signs.


A supervisor with the state
road department advised that
the state wanted to pursue
trespassing charges against the
suspects. All three adults were
arrested for trespassing on a
construction site. Charges are
pending on the juvenile.
Alison Trappman is currently
on probation for an earlier
theft involving scrap metal.


Fugitive found in area


A 26-year-old North
Carolina fugitive wanted in con-
nection for a November robbery,
and assault was apprehended
Friday in Navarre by U.S.
Marshals.
The U.S. Marshals North
Florida Violent Fugitive Task
Force captured Marcus Antone
Williams (also known as
"Smoke") who is suspected of
robbing another man and then
pistol whipping him in
Wilmington, North Carolina.
A warrant from Wilmington
charges Williams with Armed
Robbery with a Dangerous
Weapon, Assault with Serious
Bodily Injury, and Possession of a
Firearm by a Convicted Felon.
According to reports from
the Wilmington Police
Department, 'on Nov. 17,
Williams struck a man in the back
of the head with a pistol and stole
$250 from him. Williams has two
prior convictions for robbery with
a firearm and is currently on state
parole in North Carolina.
The Marshals Task Force in
Pensacola received information
Friday from the U.S. Marshals in


North Carolina that Williams
may be staying at a house in
Navarre. Using that information
and developing some additional
leads, task force members con-
firmed the address as a relative's
house on the 2200 block of
Prytania Circle in Navarre. Late
Friday afternoon, the Task Force
set up surveillance in the area and
eventually spotted Williams leav-
ing the residence as a passenger in
one of the relative's cars.
Deputy Marshals and Task
Force Investigators from
Escambia County Sheriff's
Office summoned assistance
from the Okaloosa Sheriff's
Office when they followed the
car into Okaloosa County.
Around 5 p.m. the Task Force
and patrol deputies from
Okaloosa County conducted a
felony car stop of the vehicle on
U.S. 98 at the intersection of
Cody Avenue, which is the
entrance Hurlburt Field in Mary
Esther. Williams was taken into
custody and booked in the
Okaloosa County Jail and will
remain there until he is extradited
back to North Carolina.


man as the leader he proved
himself to be after 9/11. I am
fed up with the politics
involved in elections, but I
cannot deny that Rudy has an
air of dependability about
him."
Giuliani will continue to
campaign in Florida through-
out the next two weeks until
the January 29 primary.
With states such as
Nevada, South Carolina,


Louisiana, Hawaii, and Maine
all be voting by February 1
the candidates from both par-
ties continue traveling the
country in an effort to boost
their bid for the Whitehouse.
Editor's Note: The infor-
mation in this article is accu-
rate and up to date as of press
time Tuesday morning and
does not reflect the results of
yesterday's primary in
Michigan.


Milton is ready for


Mardi Gras festivities


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.com
It's time to "Laissez les
bon temps rouler" as Milton
welcomes it annual down-
town Mardi Gras Parade to be
held at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan.
29.
Currently in its fourth
year, Main Street Milton is
sponsoring the evening cele-
bration that will be held along
Stewart Street in Milton.
Main Street brought back the
Milton Mardi Gras parade
after more than an 85-year
hiatus.
Event organizers are seek-
ing family-oriented event
floats, marching units, or
other interesting groups who
would like to participate.
"The parade is attended
by all age groups, from tod-
dlers to seniors," said Wanda
Enfinger, Main Street
Milton's program manager.
"Everybody loves a parade,
and (the) Mardi Gras parade
continues to grow each year."
Enfinger said the parade is
family-oriented and will pro-
vide an opportunity for fami-
lies and children to have a
good time.
"Everyone is invited to
join us," Enfinger said.
"Participants will
have plenty of beads and
Moon Pies for all."
This will be the first year
judging will take place for
entries with trophies awarded
for first, second and third
place.


Line up will be at
SunTrust Bank on Stewart
Street, beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Parade starts at 6 p.m. and
will proceed North on Stewart
Street and disband at the
Milton High School parking
lot. All entries should enter
from Canal Street off U.S. 90.
There is no designated
theme for the parade. Entries
may be traditional Mardi Gras
themes or any other family-
oriented theme is acceptable.
This year's entry fees are
$35 for businesses and $25
for non-profit groups.
Deadline for entrit is Jan. 21.
Line up will begin at
SunTrust Bank on Stewart
Street, beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Parade starts at 6 p.m. and
will proceed North on Stewart
Street and disband at the
Milton High School parking
lot. All entries should enter
from Canal Street off U.S. 90.
Main Street Milton is
downtown Milton's official
revitalization group working
to promote, revitalize and
preserve the historic charac-
ter of downtown Milton.
Main Street also hosts the
Scratch Ankle Festival,
Summer Concert Night
Series, downtown Haunted
House, and other special
events.
For more information or
to receive a parade applica-
tion, call 626-6246 or 554-
4609. Applications are also
available online at
www.MainStreetMilton.org.


Wednesday-January 16, 2008


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


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Santa Rosa County Chamber Awards Banquet


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce Volunteer
of the Year, Frank Gossett.


Pictured, are the honorees from the Santa Rosa
County Chamber of Commerce's "The Stars Are
Out" 71st Annual Installation and Leadership
Awards Banquet.


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce Emerging
Leader of the Year Award recipient, Kim Spear.


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce Industry of the Year Award recipients
were representatives from the Andrews Research Institute.


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year, Advertures
Unlimited.


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce Fred
Hunter 'Spirit of Santa Rosa" winner, Renee Bookout.


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce Hall of
Fame Award winner, Oakland Ard.


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce
Community Achievement Award went to Santa Rosa
County Relay for Life Representative, Tim Mallon.


Walt Reese (left) received the Santa Rosa County
Chamber Environmental Conservation Award which
was named in Reese's honor.


Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce Santa Rosa County Chamber of Commerce
President's Award recipient, Tina Berry. Community Leader of the Year is Cecile Stephens.


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Jim Flecher, Publisher
Carol Bamse, Office Manager


Viewpoints


6A Wednesday, January 16, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette


Milton, Florida


Vol. 100, Number 80


OUR VIEW


Let those who



use ante up


Last night, Santa Rosa County Commissioners held a
public workshop to look at possible sites for a new county
courthouse.
There are five proposals under consideration and each
have good, as well as bad, points.
The goal of this process is to make the best decision
for Santa Rosa County...not just today or tomorrow, but
30, 40, 50 or more years into the future. Remember, the
current facility has been in operation for about 70 years.
Everybody has a personal site preference and while the
opinions differ greatly, everyone seems to agree a new
judicial facility is needed.
The key factor everyone needs to focus on is "paying"
for this building.
A recent fee increase makes us wonder how much of a
new facility could be paid for with fees.
These per-case charges could be used to generate the
necessary dollars.
Today, user fees are becoming the popular rage, so, we
wonder, is it at all feasible to use this method to fund the
new judicial center?
Last Thursday, commissioners raised the fees on those
who use monitoring devices while out on bond. When all
is said and done, those who appear before the judges face
court costs, so why not make them pay for the courthouse
they are filling.
The numbers are large and can quickly become bog-
gling, but to keep the math simple let's say there are 1,000
cases heard in Santa Rosa County and the debt needed to
pay for the bonding to purchase the land and build the
courthouse is $400,000 per year.
Then, those appearing before the courts could be levied
a $400 court fee. This might not seem very fair at first, but
let's look at the taxes currently imposed on residents.
If you purchase new tires for your car, there is an
excise tax and disposal fee.
You pay a gas tax for every gallon of fuel you pump.
Look at the fees the county has added to your phone
bill, power bill, and most recently, the impact fees levied
on builders.
If we pay the county for our privileges, why not charge
those who appear before the judge for using the court-
house?
As a county, we need to be practical and this is about
as practical as it gets.
Would such a fee-based system work in paying for a
new Santa Rosa County courthouse? We not sure, but it's a
concept we believe worthy of investigation. Some will
note many of those who use the courthouse and the least-
likely to be able to pay these fees. There's some truth in
this, but we're certain any money generated through these
"user fees" could at least lessen the burden on the rest of
the county. So many Santa Rosans are already carrying a
heavy taxation burden. An effort similar to the fee-based
concept we mention could go a long way toward showing
tax-weary citizens the local leaders are trying to meet area
needs with a minimal hit to residents' wallets.
We're told one reason a new courthouse is needed is
because the number of cases have gone up. Those increas-
ing numbers may just the thing needed to help fund an oth-
erwise costly endeavor.
We merely suggest someone investigate making make
those who've created the need help fix the problem.


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Send your letters to: LETTERS
TO THE EDITOR, 6629 Elva Street,
Milton, FL 32570. (FAX (850) 623-
9308.)
Letters may be edited for content
or to fit the available space. For a letter
to be published, you MUST sign your
name and please include your phone
number and address so we may phone
for verification, if necessary.


Tax cut dilemma
FM: Titus E. Kirksey
Pace, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I hate the thought of not
voting for any tax cut.
But I am afraid of the pro-
posed tax cut on which we are
soon to vote.
My concerns are:
Number one, the higher
homestead exemption will
eliminate some people from the
tax rolls, and if I understand
right, the count sets the tax
millage based upon their needs.
This would mean that the
millage rate would increase by
however much they needed.
Number two, the law we
will vote on would remove the
current restraint from millage
increase in any year.


So it seems to me that
fewer of us would be paying
more tax in order to meet the
needs of the county.

Afraid of cuts
FM: Susan Wright
Gulf Breeze, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I understand if the Super
Homestead Exemption tax
passes that the Santa Rosa
Board of County
Commissioners and Sheriff
Hall have elected to have the
majority of the lost revenue
taken out of the Sheriff's
department budget.
Tt is my understanding that
the Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's office has approxi-
mately 130 deputies for the
entire county and if this tax is


passed, plans are to eliminate
46 of those deputies.
The reduction will include
patrol deputies and deputies
who are assigned to investiga-
tions: property crimes, major
crimes, and narcotic investiga-
tors.
Our Sheriff's department is
already understaffed and our
deputies are some of the lowest
paid in the State of Florida.
Santa Rosa County is listed
at number 77 according to the
national census for the fastest
growing county in the nation.
With the rapid growth we
are experiencing and the
increase in crime and drugs, I
feel your decision is not in the
best interest of the county resi-
dents and you are leaving the
citizens vulnerable and without
adequate protection.
I sincerely hope you look


elsewhere for the monies you
expect to lose and serve the tax
payers as you were elected to
do.

Thanks
FM: Beulah Fountain
W.H. Rhodes Elementary
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

I would like to express our
appreciation to Circle W
Quality Meats in Milton for
their benevolence in our com-
munity.
They provided a tremendous
support for some of our pro-
grams this year.
The graciousness with
which they supported our
school was a great blessing.
Thank you for your assistance.


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Gulf Coast
Bluegrass Music
Concert at PJC

The Gulf C
Bluegrass M
Association Mon
Concert and Jam Ses
will be Saturday, Jan
26, 2008. It is held at
PJC Milton Campus
building 4200, which is
the Student Activity Cei
The cost is $4.00 for
members and $2.00
members. The concert
feature "Harold & Ova
Andrews" at 6 p.m. and
"Webb Family" at 7
The doors open at 5
with the concert starting
p.m. and the jam session
all abilities starting at 8
Door prizes and "Split
Pot" are part of the
Refreshments are avail
from PJC student clubs.
more information:
Charles Samuel, 850-s
4070 or check the web
www.gcbma.com

Social Security
Travel Schedule

The Pensacola So
Security office is c
Monday through Friday f
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
free telephone service
available at 1-800-772-1
Monday through Friday f
7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
can apply for Social Secu
benefits and obtain o
information online
www.socialsecurity.g
Most Social Security b
ness can be handled by t
phone or online. If you r
personal assistance, you
visit the Social Secu
office on Garden Street
meet with a traveling re
sentative at the follow
location, date and time:
Milton Commu:
Center
Time: 9 a.m. to 10 a.r
5629 Byrom Str
Milton, FL 32570
When: The Sec
Tuesday of each month.
Social Secu
Administration is located
411 W. Garden
Pensacola, FL 32502-473(
Tel: (800) 772-1213
Fax: (850) 434-7932
Or fl.fo.pensac
@ssa.gov]

King Middle
Blanket Drive

King Middle School
having their annual blar
drive. This is a commui
service project in honor
Dr. Martin Luther King,
Each year blankets are c
lected and distributed
those in our area need
them. Student council m'
bers will be distribut
blankets on Jan. 21st f]
8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. at
school. Each family is I
mitted two (2) blankets
household.

Bagdad Elementai
schedules FCAT
Fair

Bagdad Elementary
have its Floi
Comprehensive Assessm
Test Fair from 4:30 to 6
p.m., Thursday, January
at the school, 4512 Fors
Street in Bagdad. Pare
will have an opportunity
answer sample FCAT qi
tions and find out whale
expected of their child
the test. Dinner will
served and students '
receive a goodie bag and
eligible for prizes. Bagi
ES parents and students
grades 3 to 5 are invited
attend, For more details, i
983-5680.

Stop Smoking Hel
available


Make 'Stop Smoki
your new year's resolution.
sign up, call 623-5476/3
7722 or en
jasspa@juno.com. It beg
Jan, 17 through Jan.
Where? Milton Commur
Center, 5629 Byrom Str
from 6 to 7:30 p.m.


Beginning
Watercolor class
offered
oast The Dragonfly Gallery
usic will have 1 more beginning
thly watercolor class, Saturday,
sion Jan. 19. Time is from 9 to 11
uary a.m.. Cost is a $15.00 fee,
the which covers all materials.
in Students will paint and com-
also plete a watercolor greeting
nter. card. Beverly Palecek is the
non- instructor. Dragonfly number
for is 981-1100, or call Jan
will Dempsey at 623-3711. Space
lene is limited to 8-9 students. The
the first class was a big success,
p.m. and this is a wonderful oppor-
p.m. tunity to try watercolors for
at 6 the first time-or to get the
i for artistic boost you may need.
p.m.
the Relay for Life Team
fun. Captain University
able
For scheduled
Call
)94- Cancer fighting enthusi-
site: asts will gather January 19 for
the Gulf Coast Area Relay For
Life Team Captain University.
The fun-filled event is sched-
uled from 9 to 12 p.m. at the
Andrews Institute, 1040 Gulf
Breeze Parkway in Gulf
)cial Breeze. Join us and learn more
)pen about Relay, fundraising ideas
rom and creative ways to keep
Toll your team motivated.
is Refreshments and lunch pro-
213 vided. Please RSVP by calling
rom the local American Cancer
You Society office at 475-0850.
irity
ther MLK Prayer
at:
:ov. Breakfast is
usi- Saturday
tele-
ieed There will be a Martin
can Luther King Prayer
rity Breakfast Saturday, Jan. 19
Sor e at 10 a.m. at T.R. Jackson
pre- Pre-K Center/Roberts Hall.


Speaker will be Professor
Mamie Hixon of the Zion
Fountain A.M.E. Church in
Brewton. Donation is $9 per
person. Tickets are available
from any New Providence
member or McCray's
Fashions. An MLK
Commemorative Service will
be Sunday, Jan. 20th, 6 p.m.
at the same place, T.R.
Jackson Pre-K Center.
Speaker will be LT.
Commander Dwayne Barnes.

City of Milton News

Milton Growth,
Development & Annexation
Committee will meet
Thursday, Jan. 17th at 3 p.m.
in Conference Room B of City
Hall.
Personnel Committee will
meet Thursday, Jan. 17 at 8:30
a.m. in Conference Room B of
City Hall,
Milton's Historic
Preservation Board has been
rescheduled to meet Thursday,
Jan. 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the
Council Chambers at City
Hall.
All meetings are open to
the public. For more informa-
tion, call 983-5411.

Annual Garden
Club Soup & Salad
Lunch

The ladies and gentlemen
of the Milton Garden Club's
Dogwood Circle presents its
fourteenth (14th) annual
Soup & Salad Lunch on
Friday, January 18th, 2008
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Garden Center on 5256
Alabama Street, Milton, FL.
(626-2003)
This popular once-a-year
public offering is scheduled
in the cooler weather for
everyone to enjoy and appre-


ciate the warming effects of
good hearty soups and
chilies. This year's menu
will include the following:
Tasty Minestrone; Hearty
Chicken Noodle; Creamy
Potato Cheese; Zesty Chili;
Salad Bar; Homemade
Desserts; Drinks of Coffee,
Sweet Tea, UnSweet Tea and
Water.
This is an opportunity to
taste a sampling of each item
offered for a mere admission
price of $7 per adult, $5 for
children under 12 and chil-
dren under 3 for free.
By tradition, this would
not be a Milton Garden Club
eating event without the
number of door prizes drawn
all throughout the short two-
hour event! If you have
attended our previous food
events, you know how gener-
ous the Garden Club is for
giving away door prizes
every few minutes! Stay and
enjoy the atmosphere.
Each admission ticket
gets an automatic entry for
the continual door prize
drawings. Additional cook-
books, gloves, plants and
baked goods will be avail-
able for purchase. All pro-
ceeds support the local
Garden Club Center and its
various civic and educational
programs. The Dogwood
Circle presents this event as
its primary fundraiser to sup-
port the overall Milton
Garden Club functions, facil-
ities and programs.
If you are on a limited
time for lunch, but would
like to order out, please call
the Garden Center and place
your order in advance. A
take-out package will be pre-
pared for pick up. Call the
Garden center on the day of
event at 626-2003 to place
your order or call Sandra
(623-6321) for more infor-
mation.
Come & enjoy the fabu-
lous tastes of the Garden's
bounty, gracious hospitality,
generous door prizes, cook-


books/gloves/plants for sale
while making new friends in
this open gathering. Get a
taste of community Garden
Club Style!

American Legion
Post 78 begins
fundraiser

Norman A. Garrett
American Legion Post 78 in
Milton began a new
fundraising campaign by
using the services of
MyWorldBenefits.Org. The
perpetual fundraising web-
site allows anyone who reg-
isters to save money on vir-
tually everything they do
each month.
One of the benefits of
this website is a portion of
the monthly fee and initial
registration, are a tax-
deductible donation for the
members using the monthly
service. Another benefit is
the service is worldwide.
Members will save money
wherever they happen to be
at any time. You will save
money at more than 600
online retailers, use grocery
coupons, get special dis-
counts or enjoy the savings
at local merchants. Some of
the growing list of local mer-
chants are: Adventures


Unlimited, Big 10 Tire &
Automotive, Curves,
Binswanger Glass, Olan
Mills, American Fast Lube,
Nixon's, Jackson Hewitt,
Cuppy's Coffee, Astrum
Hearing Solutions, Movie
Gallery, Blockbuster,
Krystal, Taco Bell, Budget
Rental and many other
restaurants, retailers, hotels
and services.
The online retailers
include: Lowes, Papa Johns,
Mens Wearhouse, K B Toys,
TJ Maxx, Petsmart, Sears,
Office Depot, Gap,
Starbucks, Borders, Eddie
Bauer and hundreds of other
stores.
This campaign will assist
Post 78 in raising funds to
continue their tradition of
public service, chartered pro-
grams and recognize the
service of those who volun-
teer to make a difference in
our community.
The website for registra-
tion is:
http://flpost78.myworldben-
efits.org
If you have any ques-
tions, please feel free to con-
tact the Post Finance Officer,
Dave Brewster, at his email
a d d r e s s :
dwbrewster78 @gmail cornn
or his office telephone (if he
is available), 626-4161.


D :I Business Network
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Tri cities chapter meets every
Thursday morning at 7am at Regions Bank
6650 Caroline St. (Hwy. 90), Milton. We encourage
area business professionals to visit our networking
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SALUTES...



CAROL LORD WATFORD

Someone who has made a difference
Daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Lord
and the widow of the late Elmer Watford, Carol
Watford numbers among some of the most well
known individuals in Milton and Santa Rosa
County, mainly because of her dedicated public
service indulgence in a high profile capacity for
ever so many years. Always an industrious indi-
vidual, she worked in various jobs, including
eleven years at the First National Bank of Milton
(now Sun Trust.)

Upon the recommendation of Wilmer Adams, she
was hired to work in the office of the late Santa
Rosa County Tax Collector Archie Glover. It was
the beginning of a career that lasted 35 years.
After serving in the offices of three county tax
collectors over these more than three deca iks
(Archie Glover, Barbara Holley, and Robert
Hurley Manning McClure), she retired December 31 2007.

Her duties during those years included the conduct of 34 Tax Certificate Sales. "My
Certificate Buyers, Taxpayers, past and present Coworkers, and Tax Collectors each! have
a special place in my heart," Carol says. "For that reason, retirement is a bitter-sweet
experience for me, and I know I will miss the daily experience and contacts of the office."

Her coworkers have chosen to honor her with a retirement party to be held at the Benny
Russell Center at Locklin Vo-Tech on January 22, 2008, between 11:00 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The public is invited to drop by and pay respects.

Carol is an active member of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church where she has been a
member since 1959. And she says, "Of all the many wonderfid blessings I have been given
in my life, my Lord and Savior is the greatest!"




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PACE WATER BOARD ELECTION
The Board of Directors of the Pace Water System would like to
announce that Qualifications to become a candidate for election to
the Board of Directors has officially opened. To become a
Candidate you must be at least 18 years old and be a member of
the Pace Water System. Candidates can qualify by filling out the
qualification form in the news-paper or picking up a form at the
Pace Water System Office located at 4401 Woodbine Road. There
will be one Board Member elected from each of three Voting
Districts.

District 1 North of Hwy. 90 to Tunnel Road and Gardenview
Road, North and East of Guernsey Road to Berryhill Road and
East of Chumuckla Highway 197 to Pond Creek.

District 2 South of Hwy. 90 to the Bay and West of Mundy Lane
to Escambia River and North and West of Chumuckla Road to
Guernsey Road and North and West of Woodbine Road to Tunnel
Road.

District 3 East of Mundy Lane and South of Hwy. 90 to Pond
Creek including all of the Avalon Beach area to Indian Bayou.

Deadline for qualifying is 5:00 PM January 18, 2008.
BOARD OF DIRECTOR ELECTION QUALIFICATION FORM
(2008 Election -- February 21, 2008)
We the undersigned members of the Pace Water System,
respectfully request that the following name be placed in nomina-
tion as a candidate for a member of the Board of Directors of said
system.

Candidate's Name Address. Phone #
Our candidate lives in District of the Pace Water System.

Member's Signature Address Phone #
1.
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Gridiron scholars get honored


0E Loomis and Brown net scholarships

as Panther Football Players of the Year


Jim Young (left) presents a $2,000 check from the Jim and Jane Young Family to Anthony Loomis
and Talris Brown who were selected the Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year at Milton by
Panhandle Sports Broadcasting. Also pictured are Jerry Driggers, Panhandle Sports Broadcasting
President Bill Brownell, and Milton Athletic Director Murray Rutledge. Loomis and Brown will
receive $1,000 each to help pay for the college they choose to attend.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
No one answered Jim
Young's challenge except for
two young men. at Milton High
School.
Young, a Milton Athletic
Hall of Fame Member, issued a
challenge during this past foot-
ball season and on Monday if
paid off for seniors Anthony
Loomis and Talris Brown.
Loomis, a running back,
and Brown, who saw work this
season as a running back and
line backer, were honored as
the Panhandle Sports
Broadcasting Offensive and
Defensive Players of the Year at
Milton High School this past
season.
"We sponsored the broad-
casts and challenged others to
step up and contribute," said


Jim Young. "We put up the first
$2,000 and said we would
match any other contributions
up to an additional $2,000.
"Next year I hope this will
reach what could possibly
become at least a $6,000 schol-
arship."
Loomis and Brown will
each receive $1,000 to help
them with their college expens-
es.
Both players were sur-
prised to learn Panhandle
Sports Broadcasting, an inter-
net broadcasting group that
covers several high school and
college sporting events along
the panhandle, had selected
them.
"I was studying for exams
when they told me the news,"
said Brown, who has been con-
tacted by Memphis, Louisiana-


Lafayette, Samford, and
Georgia Southern about play-
ing football for them.
Loomis was just as
shocked and excited about the
news.
Currently Loomis is look-
ing at possibly returning to
Texas if possible to play college
football, but Jacksonville State
and Grambling have contacted
him.
"I would feel good about
just getting an opportunity to
play football at the next level,"
said Loomis. "But this will help
towards my education."
Bill Brownell, President of
Panhandle Sports Broadcasting
and Milton Athletic Director
Murray Rutledge were both
excited and pleased with what
the Young Family had done by
establishing the scholarship.


Pace coach gets


h~o~nored for work


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com
Never in his wildest
dreams did Mickey Lindsey
ever think he would have his
own day.
But Friday was all his after
a proclamation was read this
past Thursday by the Santa
Rosa County Commissioners,
who also honored Lindsey and
his Patriot football players for
a 13-1 season that
ended in a four over-
time loss to Nease
High School.
"I would have
never thought of this
being possible," said
Lindsey. "Not when
you look at where I
came from.
"The Lord's
blessed me with a
good family, good
school, good adminis- Lin
tration and good people to
work with,"
Lindsey is not one for
attention and individual acco-
lades, but Santa Rosa County
Commissioner Tom Stewart
felt it was an honor long over-
due.
"Coach Mickey Lindsey
has done so much for not just
the area and Pace High School,
but for the' young men he has
come in contact-with," said
Stewart. "We honored the
team, but the body of work he
as put together as a head
coach, he deserves this honor.
"I am sure he has had other
opportunities, but he as stayed


here and the community is bet-
ter for it."
Lindsey himself credits his
success to the people around
him.
'I have-.hbeen put around
good people," said Lindsey.
"Early on in my career I was
lucky enough to be around
good people and the Lord has
put me in some tremendous
situations.
"Coaching is
about relationships
and people; you will
remember wins and
remember losses, but
you will never forget
the people you have
come in contact
with."
Lindsey has been
a coach for 31 years,
but it is what he loves.
"When you think
dsey about it, it doesn't
seem that long," said Lindsey.
"I love coaching and I have
been blessed with a great
administration, community,
quarterback club who support
the football program.
"I have also been blessed
with a group of young men
who buy into the concept of
team. But it is not a one man
thing."
Lindsey admits to still
feeling the sting emotionally
after the Nease game.
"The game was unbelieve-
able," said Lindsey. "You
couldn't relax and despite
what happened, I couldn't be
more proud of these kids."


mI District wars ensue on hardwood


J Royals improve to 5-1 in District 1-2A as Milton stumbles to Navarre and GB


By BILL GAMBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.comr
The prep season has been
very unpredictable and this
past weekend was no differ-
ent.
Milton, who had not lost
to Gulf Breeze since 1999, fell
below .500 on the season as
they were edged by the
Dolphins 43-41 at home on
Saturday.
The Panthers (8-9) led at
the start of the final quarter
Pace's Katy Collins goes up for
two points against Escambia
County Friday night in the Lady
Patriots 47-45 win. Collins fin-
ished the night with a game
high 22 points.
Press Gazette photo
by Bill Gamblin


27-26, but could not hold off
the Dolphins.
Jamal Smith led Milton
with a game high 15 points,
while Brandon Allen added
13.
Friday night didn't go
much better for Milton as they
lost to Navarre 60-57 in over-
time.
After battling back to tie
the game at 52-52, the
Panthers were outscored 8-5
in the overtime.
Milton trailed at halftime
23-19 before they slowly bat-
tled their way back into the
contest.
Allen led Milton with a
game high 22 points, while
Smith chipped in 16 and
Derell Washington finished


with 11.
Pace visited hostile terri-
tory Friday at Tate High
School and left with a 60-35
win as they improved to 11-8
on the season.
The Patriots set the tone
early as they quickly jumped
out to a 21-2 lead over the
Aggies.
Pace continued the pres-
sure as they extended their
lead to 37-9 at halftime.
Justin Wright led Pace
with 19 points, while Ross
Fruge added 10.
Thursday Pace defeated
Crestview 52-35.
The Bulldogs took an
early 9-6 lead before the
Patriots responded and took a
23-17 lead at halftime.


Wright led Pace with 18
points while Fruge added 11
and grabbed 12 rebounds for a
double-double.
Central dropped a 676-42
decision to Ruby Gainer in
Pensacola on Thursday.
The Jags took a 16-11 lead
before the Hornets tied the
game at 27-27 at halftime.
It was all Hornets in the
second half as they outscored
the Jaguars 40-15.
Troy Dawson led Central
with 16 points, while Hunter
Bondurant added 12 and
Logan Campbell was held to
11 points.
Jay defeated Freeport 64-61
as they improved to 8-6 overall
and 5-1 in District 1-2A.
See PREPS Page 2B


The Blackwater Saddle Club held a play day this past Saturday
at the East Milton Park Arena. (Above) Jennica Smallwood and
her horse Classy make their way down the arena for the pole
bending competition. (Left) Chris Touchton guides one of his.
horses to the arena for the cake walk while Bethany Touchton
and Tali Lewis go along for the ride. The Blackwater Saddle
Club, who is planning to have a 3-D Barrell Race in March,
plans eventslike this throughout the year and it is open to peo-
ple of all ages. (Top left) Caleb Morrow is all smiles after his
ride during one of the youth division events Saturday at East
Milton Park.


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Sports


Sports


Whiting Field Golf
Association Scramble: The
Whiting Field Golf
Association will hold a 2-man
scramble/best ball tournament
on Jan. 19th. The event will
include a shotgun start at 8
a.m.
Participation is limited to
those current members with
an established Whiting Field
(U.S.G.A.) handicap.
A sign-up sheet is located
in the snack bar area of the
clubhouse.
Deadline for this pre-pay
event is Jan. 17th.
Milton Baseball
Registration: The City of
Milton has started its 2008
baseball registration.
Registration is open to
boys and girls ages 7 to 14, as
of April 31st.
Boys and girls age 7 and 8
play coach pitch, while ages
9-14 play kids pitch.
You can register at the
Milton Community Center
Monday through Friday noon
to 8 p.m. or on Saturday from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Registration will continue
through Feb. 28 or when the
teams are full.
Fees this season are $85
for one child and $75 for each
child with two or more regis-
tering.
For more information call
983-5466.
PARA Baseball and
Softball: Baseball and
Softball registration will be
held at the Santa Rosa
Sportsplex (PA.RA.) every
Tuesday and Thursday start-
ing on Jan. 8th and running
through Feb. 12th.
Registration times will be
from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the
Teener Complex in the center
of the Santa Rosa SportsPlex.
Fees are $120 prior to
Feb. 7 and will increase to
$135 after that date.
Saturday registration is
planned for Feb. 2nd and Feb.
9th from 9 am. to 1 p.m.
Draft and tryouts are ten-
tatively set for Feb. 7th at 6


p.m.
For more information visit
www.parayouthsports.com.
Gospel Projects:
Registration for T-ball, soft-
ball, and baseball at Gospel
Projects will get underway
Jan. 19 from 9 a.m. to noon.
You can also register at
the Santa Rosa Christian
School from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday or
from 9 a.m. to noon on
Saturday.
Gospel Projects Youth
Athletic Club provides pro-
grams for children raging in
ages from 3 and a half to 14.
If you would like more
information or are interested
in coaching or umpiring call
623-4671.
East Milton Basketball:
Due to continued interest, reg-
istration for the East Milton
Youth Basketball League has
been extended through Jan.
12th.
This league is for ages 4-
18.
Registration fee is $60 for
ages 4-12 and $70 for 13-18.
This fee includes uniform,
insurance, and an award.
Family plans are avail-
able.
The program is also in
dire need of team sponsors.
East Milton Youth
Soccer: Registratiori for the
spring soccer season will start
Jan. 12th from 10:30 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Registration will be every
Saturday through Feb. 16th.
When registering please
bring a copy of your child's
birth certificate as proof of age
is required.
Fees range from $55 to
$75 based on age group and
include two jersey's, pair of
shorts and one pair of socks.
Returning players with uni-
form will receive a discount.
Registration is on a first
come first serve basis per age
group based on the number of
coaches available and the
number of children registered
per age group.


They are also in need of
volunteer coaches and workers.
For more information
contact EMYA Soccer
Director at 994-8510.
John Webb Winter Golf
Tourney: The John Webb
Winter Golf Tournament will
be Jan. 19 at Tiger Point
Country Club.
Tee time is 9:30 a.m. and
all proceeds will benefit the
Child Life Program at Sacred
Heart Children's Hospital.
The event will also feature
a great silent auction showcas-
ing autographed baseball jer-
seys from Ryan Theriot and
Sean Marshall, art, golf pack-
ages, and wonderful evenings
out.
Cost for the tournament is
$75 per person or $350 per 4-
person team.
ABATE Car and Bike
Show:. The Gulf Coast
Chapter of ABATE will hold a
birthday beach bash car and
bike show on Feb. 9.
This show will feature
several categories and is open
to the public.
Registration will be from
9 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. at the
Pensacola Beach Tourist
Information Center Parking
Lot.
The entry fee is $10 per
vehicle/bike and all entries
must be driving onto the show
site.
United Way Fishing
Tournament: The United
Way of Santa Rosa County
and AIG-American General
will hold a bass fishing tourna-
ment 'Fishin' on a Mission'
April 12 at River Run Marina
in Milton.
Registration is $100 per
boat, individual or team and
will begin on Feb. 15.
The Three Rivers B ass
Club of Milton will assist with
the event.
United Way of Santa Rosa
County is also seeking spon-
sors for the event.
For more information or
to become a sponsor call 623-
4570.


Preps

Continued From Page One
The Royals had a 13-10
lead at the end of the first
quarter and held on to stop
the home standing Bulldogs.
Greg Nelson scored 32
points to lead all scorers.
Girls' action over the
weekend saw Pensacola
cruise past Milton 57-28.
Milton (8-7; 3-5 in
District 1-4A) could not find
a way to slow down the
undefeated Lady Tigers who
outscored the Lady Panthers
in every quarter.
The closest period was
the third where Pensacola
outscored Milton 11-8, but
Pensacola had the game well
under control as they took a
31-12 lead into the intermis-
sion.
Thursday the Lady
Panthers come back efforts
came up just short against
Navarre 61-53.
Milton trailed at the end
of the first quarter by two,
17-15, but the margin grew
to eight as they were
outscored 20-14 heading
into the intermission.
Teangela Williams led
Milton with 13, while
Breanna Oubre scored 12.
Pace defeated Escambia
47-45 at home Friday.
The Lady Patriots ,
improved to 5-13 on the sea-
son as Ashley Fabery
returned to the line-up after
sustaining an injury the last
time Pace played the Gators.
Pace led 16-14 at the
end of the first quarter and
extended their advantage to
27-21 at halftime.
Katy Collins led Pace
with 22 points.
Thursday Pace lost to
Choctaw 43-24.
Pace trailed 20-10 at
halftime, but the Lady
Indians weren't done as they
came out in the third quarter
and extended their lead to
35-15.
Samantha Lewis led
Pace with nine points.
Central got their 12th
win of the season Friday
with a 34-15 decision over
Aletheia Christian.
The Lady Jags jumped


The girls' soccer season came to a close Friday night as Pace
defeated Milton at the Santa Rosa Soccer Complex 5-1.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


out to an 8-1 lead and had
the visitors doubled up 14-7
at the intermission.
Central finished the
game strong outscoring their
opponent in the second half
20-8.
Haley Kimbrough led
Central with a game high 12
points, while Daysha and
Kenna Enfinger combined
for 25 rebounds.
Thursday Central
defeated S.L. Jones 48-27.
The Lady Jags rolled up
a 16-point lead at by the end
of the first quarter 17-1 and
kept going in the second
quarter to enjoy a 36-6 lead
at halftime.
Daysha Enfinger scored
20 points in the win while
Kenna Enfinger added 14
and Nicole Hamilton scored
11.
Kenna Enfinger posted a
double-double in the win as
she also grabbed 13
rebounds.
Ponce de Leon visited
Jay Friday night and left
with a 60-26 win over the
Lady Tigers.
Jay fell behind 18-6 in
the first quarter and saw the
margin grow to 35-12 by
halftime.
Joy Gandy led the way
for Jay with 12 points.
Boys' soccer saw a big
push with the season enter-
ing its final week.
Navarre rebounded from
a 1-1 tie against Gulf Breeze
as they defeated the home
standing Milton Panthers 6-
0 Saturday.
Milton fell to 2-15 on


the season, as they remain
winless in district play.
Mason McAnally had a
very busy night in net for
the Panthers with 16 saves.
Thursday saw the
Panthers fall to Gulf Breeze
9-1.
Milton's only goal came
off the foot of Josh Dier,
while goalie Andy Webster
stopped 14 shots on goal.
At the Santa Rosa
Soccer Complex it wasn't
any better for the home
standing Pace Patriots, who
lost to Tate 2-1.
Both teams were tied at
1-1 entering the second half
as Blake Erickson crossed
the ball to Brandon
Gallagher for the game win-
ning goal just 15 minutes
into the second half.
Pace's lone goal on the
night came off the foot of
Travis Boyd.
Friday night Pace and
Milton close out the girls
soccer regular season facing
off at the Santa Rosa Soccer
Complex as Pace won 5-1.
Nikki Terrell led the way
for the Lady Patriots with
two goals, while Alex
Pickrell, Jessica Oram and
Katie Jenkins also found the
back of the net.
Milton's lone goal came
in the second half as Pace's
Cassandra Amore could not
reach the arching shot off
the foot of a Milton forward.
On Thursday Pace lost
to Tate 2-1.
Terrell scored Pace's
only goal on an assist from
Oram.


L~s ommunityIlSport 's]


Hole in One: "Snowbird"
Alan Garrard recorded a
hole-in-one on Jan. 12 at
the No. 12 hole at Whiting
Field. He aced the par
three, 154 yard hole with a
four-iron. Witnesses were
Wayne Gohl, Larry McKay,
and Tim Holt.

Whiting Field Golf
Course
Whiting Field
Golf Association

Dogfight
jan. 10, 2008

A Flight Net: 1. Robert
Cannon (67), 2. Ken
Morris (68), 3. (tie) Frank
Goodbred and Roger
Doss (70).
B Flight Net: 1. Paul;
cutchen (63), 2. Jim
Norris (66), 4. Joe Gough
(69).

Dogfight
Jan. 12, 2008

A Flight Net: 1. Scott
Stevens (69), 2. (tie)(


Thomas Watson and
Harold Miller (68).
B Flight Net: 1. james
Gibb (67), 2. (tie) Jack
McDonald and Frank
Goodbred (69).
C Flight Net: 1. (tie) John
Willis, and Robert
Marshall (65), 3. Frank
Strayer (66).

Dogfight
Jan. 13, 2008

A Flight Points: 1. Ken
Hoodless (+9), 2. (tie)
Ivyu Norton and Scott
Stevens (+6).
B Flight Points: 1. David
Bray (+67), 2. Bruce
Goodbred (+4), Edsel
Ward (+3) .


Tanglewood Country
Club
Tanglewood Ladies
Golf Association

Best Nine Holes
Jan. 9, 2008


Winners: Sue Doyle and
Dean Williams


7813 Highway 90
Milton, Florida 32570
850-623-5272
www.volvorents.com/milton
(across from the Milton airport)


Do you have sports-related news or

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

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Wednesday-January 16, 2008


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Wednesday January 16, 2008


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New Hope Church hosts musical Hitch family


Pastor Steve Zepp and
the church family of New
Hope Assembly of God in
Chumuckla, welcome the
musical Hitch family of
Nebraska. They will be
singing and playing at New
Hope on Saturday night, Jan.
19th at 6 p.m.
This is a large family that
is full of musical talent and
you will be blessed by them!
Everyone is invited to come
and see what a wonderful, tal-
ented family they are. You
can view their website at sim-
plegrace.org.
New Hope is located on
the left in Chumuckla about
1/4 mile past the Tom Thumb.


Revival at Faith Baptist
Faith Baptist Church of Saturday night will be a spe-
Milton will be hosting the cial service for men only at
Bobby McGilliard 6:30 p.m. Gospel demonstra-
Evangelistic Team on begin- tion will be presented during
ning tonight through Sunday, the normal Sunday School
(Jan. 16 to 20th). The team hour. Gospel Magic is the
consists of Bobby heart of illustrating the
McGilliard, his wife, Becky Christian message using sim-
and their youngest son, ple illusions as visual aids.
Samuel, Lee and Mary Stem The Sunday services will
with their daughter, Caitlin; begin at 9:45 a.m., continue
and Matthew and Brittany with the worship service at 11
McGilliard. a.m. and conclude with the
Lively gospel music is evening service at 6 p.m.
performed by this talented Pastor Dewey Mars and
group. Lee Stem is an accom- members of Faith Baptist
plished musician of various Church welcome the commu-
instruments including the gui- nity to these services. Faith
tar and saxophone. Matthew Baptist Church is located at
McGilliard has written sever- the comer of Dogwood Drive
al gospel songs. at Hamilton Bridge Road in
Services begin at 7 p.m., Milton. Call 623-8207 for
Wednesday, Thursday, and more information.


Church begins tonight


A


Malave joins Army
through DEP
Alberto Malave 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, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
prior to being assigned to
their first permanent duty sta-
tion.
The recruit qualifies for
a $15,000 enlistment bonus.
Malave reports to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, SC, for
basic training in this month.
He is the son of Alberto
and Cathy Malave of Lemure
Drive, Navarre, FL.
Sasse deployed
Air Force Staff Sgt.
Rocky M. Sasse has
deployed to a forward operat-


ing base in Afghanistan to
support the missions of
Operation Enduring Freedom
and .the ongoing Global War
on Terrorism.
Enduring Freedom is the
official name given to anti-
terrorism military operations
involving U.S. troops and
allied coalition partners.
Reserve component members
from all branches of the U.S.
Armed Forces have been
mobilized, activated and
deployed along with active
duty members to support the
war against global terrorism.
Mission objectives encom-


pass combating the interna-
tional terrorist network or
regime forces outside the
borders of the United States.
U.S. troops serve in South
and Southwest Asia, Central
Asia, the Arabian Peninsula,
.islands in the Pacific, and
other countries. Sasse, a fuels
resource controller, is the son
of Rocky K. and stepson of
Debbie Sasse of Birch St.,
Milton, FL.
His mother and stepfa-
ther, Patricia L. and Eddie
Mikolowski, reside at Forbes
St., Chesterfield, MI.
The sergeant's wife-


Amy, is the daughter of Ron
Wilson, and Tammy Hood,
both of Milton, FL.


He is a 1998 graduate of
Milton High School.


Our troops need
our prayers daily.
Pray also for our
leaders to make
right decisions for
our country.


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Ask the Preacher

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

Dear Pastor Gallups, "I heard that you say that the
Roman Catholic Church and Evangelical Christianity are not
the same. I don't understand this. I thought they were very
similar, if not exactly the same." D.S. Milton
Dear D.S., The fact that the Roman Catholic Church and
Evangelical, New Testament Christianity are not the same, is
a well-documented fact of history. A Roman Catholic Priest,
Martin Luther, who after doing a thorough research of the
Word of God, realized that the Roman Catholic system was
not Biblically correct in many ways, began the Protestant
Reformation of the 1500's.
Out of this reformation of the Catholic system came
denominations like the Methodists, the Lutherans, the
Episcopalians, etc. Even in these denominations today you
may still observe some 'catholic like' elements.
It is interesting to note, however, that there have
ALWAYS been New Testament Christians who were
NEVER a part of the Roman Catholic system. These New
Testament groups have always been 'protestant' in theology,
that is, they have never agreed with the Catholic teachings,
but they were NEVER "protestant" historically, that is, they
did not come OUT of the Catholic Church.
Very briefly, the Roman Catholic Church and the New
Testament Evangelical community of believers differ on, at
least, the three fundamentals of New Testament Christianity.
1-The absolute and sole deity of Jesus Christ, 2-The absolute
and sole authority of the Bible and that, 3-Salvation is by the
Grace of God, ALONE.
The Catholic Church promotes, to one degree or anoth-
er, the deification of Mary and the Saints; it gives the Pope
and Church History a place of equal authority with the Bible
and it declares that one is saved THROUGH the Catholic
Church and sacraments only.
Now, I have been asked, based upon the facts of the
above information, if I happen to believe that all Catholics
are "lost." My answer is that I do NOT believe that, anymore
than I believe that all Baptists are saved! One is saved or lost
dependent upon whether one is born again and surrendered
to Jesus Christ and Him ALONE as Lord. I hope this helps
you to understand my opinions on this important issue.
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
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Business Review


Tools of the trade are sometimes as important as the trade itself! Mike Martin at Martin's Tree Service has all the appropriate tools and equipment necessary for lot clearing, whether it's a dump-truck-
related activity, tree removal, stump grinding, or other debris removal job. You can rest assured that it can be done effectively and safely by Martin's Tree Service's industrial technicians. Mike Martin is
available and willing to put his more that 40-plus.years of experience and expertise in the industry into your job. Give him a call at (850) 417-3085 any day during reasonable waking hours.
Press Gazette photo by Obie Craimi


Land clearning, stump grinding, expert tree removal


Martin


Tree Service does it all!


By OBIE CRAIN
ocrain@srpressgazette.com
Have machinery, vehi-
cles, and equipment: Will
work!
That's the message Mike
Martin wants to get across to
the people of this area who
still need trees removed,
stumps ground, and land
cleared for whatever purpose
they may have in mind.
The trigger, he thinks; is
that perhaps landowners think
he's an indifferent, high
priced individual out to make
a buck at their expense.
That's not the case at all.
While some property owners
may have had a distasteful
experience with this type of
operators, Mike Martin,
owner and managing overseer
of Martin's Tree Service,
wants it clearly understood
that his business was certain-
ly not involved!
Whether or not they know
it, Mike Martin is the kind of
guy homeowners would like
to know. Becoming acquaint-


ed with the area following
Hurricane Ivan in 2004 when
he came to the county to
assist in the cleanup efforts,
Mike says he found an area
that not only made him wel-
come, but one that engaged
him in its life-style com-
pletely in every way.
Year after year since,
Mike and his crew of profes-
sionals have come to spend
more and more of their time
here, building a home and
business that has gradually
made him a true area resident.
And as he has come to know
the area and its people, he
says he's ready and willing to
continue putting his more
than 40-plus years of experi-
ence and expertise in lot
clearing to work for those
who need it. He likes to think
of everyone around him as his
"neighbors" and treats them
as such. 4
"There's something spe-
cial about not only the geog-
raphy of the region, but about
the quality of life that's part


of it," he said recently. He
mentioned the "down-home"
atmosphere, the climate, the
diversity of the area's natural
resources, like the fresh water
rivers and streams and the
Gulf, and the integrity of the
people themselves. These, he
said, make this area one of
the finest, a desirable place to
live and work.
Which brings us back to
his profession: land clearing.
It's a broad topic, but Mike is
experienced enough to know
how it's done and done with a
personal touch. He approach-
es every job with a vision of
how it will eventually, turn
out, and when he leaves, he
knows his reputation has been
held up to scrutiny. And you
know what? There just
haven't been many com-
plaints. That's because he
works with the property own-
ers to see that their wishes are
strictly carried out to start
with.
You see, if you've ever
even remotely doubted that


your property could be made
to look more attractive and
environmentally becoming
that it now is, it's not likely
that you've had the opportu-
nity to discuss it with Mike
and let him embellish your
ideas to a higher level. With
appropriate planning and
proper applications by a pro-
fessional land clearing spe-
cialist, you may even surprise
yourself!
Time and time again
Mike has bent over backward
to make his work affordable
to the needy and of a quality
that he can back up through
customer endorsements.
Many have been the times
when Martin's Tree Service
has, priced jobs significantly
below many other contrac-
tors' estimates, knowing that
only such a move would
make it possible.
"It makes us feel pretty
good to have a customer go
out of his way to let us know
how satisfied he is," Mike
said. "But it happens all the


time. In fact much of our
work comes froin customers
who like our work and tell
their friends and acquaintanc-
es about it. You can't buy that
kind of advertising!"
Everything about the
business is professional. "We
discuss the job with the cus-
tomer and make every effort
to see that the work is carried
out by these specifications,"
Mike said. "But in the event a
misunderstanding does slip
through, we will do every-
thing in our power to make it
right."
Integrity matters, he said,
assuring that they do what
they say they will do and that
their commitment is taken
seriously.
And it's important to have
the proper tools at your dis-
posal that will make your
accomplishment of the job
successful, Mike points out.
Dump truck, stump grinder,
and Bobcat with duals are
some of the major tools
among the arsenal of equip-


ment that Martin's Tree
Service has at its disposal.
Whether it's grinding a
stump, removing a tree, or
completely clearing a lot,
Martin's Tree Service,, i
expertly capable of taking
care of it.
With commitments like
this, why would anyone look
for a second appraisal.
You're invited to try
Martin's Tree Service on for
size, quality, and perform-
ance. It's licensed and insured
and has a local identity and
presence.
Call Mike at (590) 417-
3085 and get his assurances
that the work you want done
can be accomplished effec-
tively and safely. You will
find him answering any time
during reasonable hours any
day of the week. But if you're
asked to leave a message, rest
assured that he will personal-
ly return your call.
Playing by Mike's rules
assures that you'll be the win-
ner!


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Trees provide lumber for houses, wood for furniture
and so much more. They're our chief source of paper and
essential for producing hundreds of other products. In
fact, some medicines are even harvested from trees.
Trees also clear the air. They are nature's vacuum
cleaners, filtering pollutants out of the air we breathe.
They take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen we need
to survive. They also absorb sounds and can protect your
home from winter winds and summer storms.
Besides all the practical uses for trees, they also bring
beauty to our lives. How would we have it "made in the
shade" if there were no trees?


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The Santa Rosa Press Gazette/Free Press


1100- Legal Advertising
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 07-1350-CA
IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
One 2001 Toroto Pickup,
VIN# 5TEGM92N51Z836761
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
Michael Anthony Jones.


TO: Michael Anthony Jones,
7164 Roberts Road, Century,
Florida 32535, and all persons
who claim an interest in one
2001 Toyota Pickup, VIN#
5TEGM92 N51 Z 836761,
-which was seized on or about
November 5, 2007 at Highway
89, just north of Pine Brossom
Road in Santa Rosa County.
Said property is in the custody
oa the Snta Rosa County
Sheriff's Office in Santa Rosa
County Florida and a Com-
,plaint for Final judgment of For-

Do Something Good
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Lei ure pertaining thereto has current Department at the
een riled in the above styled above address. Telephone
cause. (850) 983-1833.
Dated this 30th day of Novem- The Board of County Commis- Legal 1/57
ber2007. sioners reserves the rig to Lega 1/57
waive irregularities in bids, to HE CIRCUIT COURT OF
/s/Laura Nye reject any or all bids with or TIN THEFIRST JUDICIAL OURTR.
LAURA JOYNER NYE without cause, and to award THE FI ST D FR SANTA
Florida Bar No.: 487236 the bid that it determines to be U, IN AND FOR SANTA
Lindsay, Andrews, & Leonard, in the best interest of Santa OSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
P.A. Rosa County. Cpse No.: 07-1917-DR
5218 Willing Street oun Division: E
Milton, Flori6 a 32570 Santa Rosa County does not dis- i. Scof, Sr.,
1850) 623-3200 crininate on the basis of racy, Bill P. Scott, Sr.,
Attorney for Plaintiff color nationa oriin, sex, re Petioner
nqin ae or hn icanoed st a


010908, an
010908 us inm employment or provision ana
608 of service. Lisa Cannon
By order of the Board of County Respondent.
commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida
Legal 1/55 011608 T Fsa oMN
011608 244 P dParkwood Apts.
GENERADEMLITION &1/55#A1
CLEANUPLegal1/Rome, GA 30165
Notice is hereby given that the Lega 1/56 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
Board of County Commissioners TIC TO BIDDERS action hat been filed against
of Santa Rosa County Florida, 9200 GVWR PICKUP you and r that you are required
will receive sealed'bids for the oRCK WITH EXTENDE serve a copy a oure written
demolition of structures and defenses, if any, to i Bily P.
clean up of the properties Ia. Scott Sr., whose dress is
coated at 7722 EIrod Road Mil- Notice is hereby given that the 1372 Harvard Dr. Gulf Breeze,
ton, FL 32583; 6797 Taylor Board'of County Commissioners FL 32563 on or before Febru
Street, Milton, FL 32570 4900 at Santa Rosa County, Florida, ary 18, 2008, cnd file the orig-i.
Webb Circle, Milton, Fl 32570; will receive sealed bids for na with the clerk of his Court at
11720 Outlook Road, Milton, one 9,200 GVWR pickup truck 6865 Caroline Street, Milton,
FL 32583 5056 Aqua Vista with extended cab. FL. 32570 before service on
Drive, Gulf Breeze, FL 32563 Petitioner or immediately
4444 Angie Lane Pace FL All bids must be original and thereafter f you ail to do
32571; and 2160 Wvind Trace delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or so, a default may be en-
Road North, Navarre, FL mail to the Office of the Santa tereq gainst you for the
32566. Rosa County Procurement De- reie demanded in the pe-
Sartment 6495 Caroline Street, tition.
All bids must be original and Suite b, Milton, Florida
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, or 32570; and must be received Copies of all court docu-
mail to the Santa Rosa County by 10:00 a.m. February 12. ments in this case, in-
Procurement Office, 6495 Car- 2008, at which time bids will eluding orders are availa
line Street Suite G, Milton, be opened and read aloud, ble at the Clerkoft the dir-
Florida, 32570; and must be re- Bids received after the time set cuit Court's office. You
ceived by 10:00 .m., February for the bid opening will be re- may review these docu-
19 2008, at which time bids ected and returned unopened ments upon request.
will be opened and read aloud., to the bidder. All interested par-
All interested parties are invited ties are invited to attend. You must keep the Clerk
to attend. Bids are to be sealed of the Circuit Court's office
and clearly labeled "BID Specifications and bid form notified of your current
Abatement Projects." Bids may be secured from Santa address. (Yu may file
received after the time set for Rosa County Website Notice of Current Address,
the bid opening will be rejected (www.santarosa.fl.gov/bids) or Florida Supreme Court Ap-
and returned unopened to the at the Santa Rosa County Pro- proved Family Law Form
bidder. Incomplete bids deliv- curement Department at the 12.915.) Future papers in
ered to or received by the Santa above address. Telephone this lawsuit will be mailed
Rosa County Procurement De- (850)983-1833. to the address on record
apartment will be rejected in en- at the clerk's office.
ire y. Copies of all required li. The Board of County Commis-
censes shall be attached to the sioners reserves the right to WARNING: Rule 12.285,
bid submittal, waive irregularities in bids to Florida Family Law Rules
reject any or all bids with or of Procedure, requires cer-
There will be a Pre-bid Confer- without cause, and to award tain automatic disclosure
ence on February 5, 2008 at the bid that it determines to be of documents and infer-
8:00 a.m. at the Procurement in the best interest of Santa motion. Failure to comply
Office located at 6495 Car- Rosa County. can result in sanctions, in-
line Street, Milton, Florida, eluding dismissal or strik-
32570. It is strongly recom- Santa Rosa County does not dis- ing of pleadings.
mended that all interested par- criminate on the basis of race,
ties attend the meeting. Ques- color national oriain, sex, reli- Dated: January 11, 2008.
tions concerning these abate- alan, age or handicapped sta-
ments should be directed to Mr. us in employment or provision CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Bobby Burke at (850) of service. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
981-7018. By: Carmen Emery


Specifications, bid form, current
pictures and maps may be se-
cured from Santa Rosa County
W e b s i t e
(www.santarosa.fl.gov/bids) or
at the Santa Rosa County Pro-


By order of the Board of County
Commissioners of Santa Rosa
County, Florida.
011608
011608
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Deputy Clerk
011608
012308
013008
020608
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Milton a large, enclosed pool. and the beaches.- This
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ing distance to stores, Milton
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ard & patio. All ceramicwn se
ile. Non-smoking unit. 2/BR 1/BA water &
$575/mth garbage included. No Pace
626-2928 pets. $425/mth Electrical Contracting
Milton $300/deposit. Business. For Sale by
l 675-6614o owner, turn key opera-
2/1 Duplex New appli- tion. Building, property
dances and carpet. Cen- Milton and all inventory incud-
tral heat & air. Wash- 2/BR totally renovated, ing vehicles.More than
er/Dryer hook-ups. $350/mth 35 years of established
$480/mth $200/deposit. No pets. business. Owner retiring.
$150/deposit. 983-7259 380-0060
994-8045 Milton _______
Milton 3/2 Doublewide mobile
2/BR 1/BA near Whit- home, 4218 Stonewood
ing Field $505/mth Court. $650/rent
$5'05/security Water & $300/dep. Total Electric, Ig
garbage included, no pets, private lot. 1
Don Cumbie Really Bay Crest Realty 7190
377-6787 or 626-8959 994-7918
Milton Milton Greenville, SC Own a
Smoke free Senior only Quiet Clean Park Beautiful, New 3BD/2BA
2/BR 1 BA References Rent includes water, gar- Home for only 5% down
& deposit. If no answer bage and lawn service. & Owner Will Finance.
leave mess. No Pets. Monthly Pmts. From
850-623-6606______ 2/1 for $475/mth, $695.00 Call
,.gE Call 255-7772 (888)579-0275
R ENTL Smoke free 2/BR
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*2U/2-H references & deposit. New Orleans,
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ton $825* North Milton Drastically
Ho m 461 Ge 2/2 quiet & clean. Reduced
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St. Milton $800* fire place, covered Marinnv District. Minutes


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tura Blvd Milton eludes water garbage &
$400* sewer. $475deposit.
Santa Rosa Realty 623-9902
623-0077 Pace
2-Mobile Homes, nice,
3BR/2BA Foreclosurel clean & quiet. No pets.
$32,1001 Only $475/mt
238/Mo! 5% down 20 $400/damage deposit.
years @ 8% apr. Buy, Help with the 1 st mths
4/BR $421 /Mol For list- rent. 995-1717
ins 800)366-9783 Ext. Pace
5 3/2 Doublewide like
East Milton 3bed new inside laundry,
East Milton 3bed CH/A,great location.
2bath new home Close Non-smoking, no pets.
to 1-10 in east Milton. $700/mth
$800. mth. 393-3238. $700/deposit.
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HUD HOMES! 4BR/3BA
$397/mo! 3/BR Pea Ridge Area
Foreclosure! $199/mol 2/1 Mobile Home in
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(800366-9783 Ext $250/dep. Tota Electric,
.53 no pets Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
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West Milton
Rentals 2 & 3 2/2 Mobile Home on
bedrooms. $400-$650 private lot. 5072 Ridge-
per month. Call way Blvd. Total Electric.
994-5703 $525/rent $300/dep.
nBay Crest Realty
Milton 994-7918
3/1 25x30 gar- 471
age/workshop Total Elec-
tric, fenced yard.
$900/mth $900/dep.
291-0385
Milton
3/2 1350 sq ft. privacy
fence, tile floors fire
place and nice bock
eck. $900/mth
$600/dep. 255-2590 RE ESTATE FOR SALE
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$500/deosit.7140 Farms & Ranches
623-955 7150 Lots and Acreage
Milton 7160 Mobile Homes
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large kitchen, laundry, 7180 Investment
den, livingroom, lots of Property
storage & closets, car- 7190 Out-of-Town
port. 750/mth Real Estate
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