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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
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Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: February 20, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@spressgazette.comr
Sunday was a long day
for Santa Rosa County resi-
dents, especially those in the
communities of Chumuckla,
Wallace, and Allentown.
Those three communities
were without power until 2
a.m. Monday morning as-
storms left their mark on the


northern part of 5 GANEgL
County.
The power outage was
due to a transmission line
damaged by a tornado in
Molino according to Sabrina
Owens with the Escambia
River Electric Cooperative.
This was the second
storm cell with reported tor-
nadic activity to cross Santa


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particular.
Tuesday a tornado
touched down in an open
field in Allentown, but no
damage was reported. On
Sunday, Allentown residents
were not as fortunate.
Initial damage reports
from Santa Rosa County


on Officer
indicated a
nomtm ..n ,-JO block of
Chumuckla Springs Road lost
part of its roof and a metal
barn.
The family at this resi-
dence was displaced, but no
injuries were reported.
The second damage
report came from the 2500


block of Howell Pit Road as a
carport separated from the
home and tree damage was
reported to two cars.
Sunday's initial storm
report issued tornado warn-
ings for Santa Rosa County
until around 1:30 p.m. and
then it reverted to a tornado
watch until 8 p.m.
Reports indicate over


three inches of rain fell in Jay
as law enforcement reported
spotting a funnel cloud five
miles south of Jay during the
first storm.
The second storm, which
wasn't as severe, followed
one hour later and at one
point stretched from
Pascagoula, Miss., to
Jackson, Miss.


Deputies seek


a local

Press Gazette Staff Reports
Santa Rosa County
Deputies are seeking the
public's help in locating a
Pace man wanted on felony
domestic violence charges'.
Lesley Darren Goins, 27,
is wanted on an arrest war-
rant for
aggravat-
e d
assault,
battery, |
kidnap-
p i n g ,
depriving --.
a means
of com-
munica- Goins
tion, and
violation of an injunction for


Press Gazette Staff Reports
A Milton pawnshop was
burglarized the weekend of
February 9 with thieves
escaping with 17 handguns
and a laser sight used for
aiming firearms.
Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Deputies responded
to a burglary call at Guns and
Such Pawn Shop on Stewart
Street in Milton. The burgla-
ry occurred. sometime during
the weekend while the busi-
ness was closed.
The owner of the pawn-
shop said that burglars
gained entry to the business
during the nighttime hours
after an unknown suspect
severed the phone lines, dis-


fugitive

protection following a Jan.
27 incident involving his ex-
girlfriend.
Goins is considered vio-
lent and dangerous.
According to, Sgt. Scott
Haines with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office,
Goins forced his way into the
home of an ex-girlfriend and
began to choke and strike
her. This beating caused the
victim to briefly lose con-
sciousness.
Goins reportedly made
statements that he was going
to have to; kill the victim
because he didn't want to
go back to prison".
The victim was able to
See GOINS Page 7A


abling the alarm system. The
hinges were then cut off of
the rear door with a cutting
torch. Once inside, the
unknown suspects) removed
17 handguns of all different
makes and calibers. A laser
sight was. also stolen.
No suspects have been
identified and the Sheriff's
Office is actively investigat-
ing the burglary.
Anyone with informa-
tion concerning the burglary
or the location of the stolen
guns is asked to call Crime
Stoppers at 437-STOP.
Anyone providing informa-
tion that leads to an arrest is
eligible for a cash reward of
up to $1000.00.


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Keeping their



promise

Over 50 volunteers were on hand recently to begin work
-on two new duplexes that will serve as transitional hous-
ing for disadvantaged families. The project is being organ-
ized by Family Promise of Santa Rosa County, an organi-
zation that helps low-income families gain independence
through measures that combat poverty and homeless-
ness. The buildings are located on Trailside South in
Milton. For more information on family promise and
their mission visit: www.familypromise.org
Press Gazette photos
by Bill Gamblin


Milton family's trip is bittersweet


Lt. Bryant up for


4 an AllII-Star honor


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette.comrn
4f A local law enforcement
official has been nominated
as one of America's best, and
you can help him make it to
S the top by voting online.
Lt. Larry Bryant, a 30-
year homicide detective and
a member of the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Disaster Response
Team, is up for the honor.
The Fox television crime
show America's Most
Wanted and Sprint are hon-
oring All-Star first
responders law enforce-
ment officers, firefighters,


emergency medical techni-
cians, and
others
who go

a n d
beyond to
keep
American
commu-
nities
safes
every day. Bryant
The ,
All-Star Winner will receive
$10,000 and an All-Star
weekend at the NASCAR
See BRYANT Page 7A


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette. corn
A Milton man and his
sister will travel to the
Indonesian capital of Jakarta,
Java, later this month to dive
to the wreckage of the U.S.S.
Houston, a WWII naval
cruiser sunk during the
Sundra Strait Battle on
March 1, 1942. The ship
faced a fierce battle against a
major Imperial Japanese
Navy task force that bombed
Pearl Harbor.
The trip will be bitter-
sweet for both because their
dad, John W. Ranger, was a
survivor of the battle. John
was captured and imprisoned
in Japanese prisoner of war
camps for the remainder of
the war.
Milton High School
graduates, Jerry Ranger and
sister Jolene Ranger-Stewart


Scott Bentley, owner of VideoRay, Jerry Ranger, and Chris Gibson, who is the marketing direc-
tor of VideoRay, gathered for a photo after talking about the equipment needed for Ranger and
his sister, Jolene Ranger-Stewart's dive this month to locate the wreckage of the U.S.S. Houston
in Jakarta, Java, Indonesia.


will begin diving on the 66th
anniversary of the sinking of
their dad's ship on March 1
to document the wreckage


and the vessel with special
sonar equipment donated by
various companies. They
will be there for nine days.


"Since my dad's death in
1999, I've learned about
what he would never talk
See DIVE Page 7A


Publisher
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S Amnesty Day is March 15


Hazardous materials such as those pictured above, can be
dropped off free of charge during the county's Amnesty Day
on March 15. The county is hoping to encourage the proper
disposal of such waste rather than see it in landfills or worse-
illegally dumped in the woods or roadside ditches.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette. comn
Santa Rosa County resi-
dents will have the opportu-
nity to dispose of household
hazardous waste at no
charge- during the county's
annual Amnesty Day next
month.
Those wishing to dis-
pose of such materials as
motor oil, gasoline, up to
five gallons of antifreeze, oil
filters, grease, paint, sol-
vents, pesticides, batteries,
five gallon propane bottles,
pool cleaners, household


cleaners, and computers may
bring them to one of two
drop off points from 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m. on March 15.
Amnesty day, now in its
tenth year in Santa Rosa
County, is a state sponsored
program which helps ensure.
such hazardous materials are'
disposed of properly.
"The biggest problem
we perceive is people put-
ting them in ditches, the
woods, empty lots, and
things like this," says Gerald
Anderson, environmental
manager with the Santa Rosa


County Environmental
Department.
Illegal dumping of haz-
ardous materials can result
in ground water contamina-
tion, as well as potentially
poisoning wildlife, domesti-
cated animals, even small
children who may happen to
find it, Anderson says.
As many as 642 vehicles
dropped off 72,918 pounds'
of hazardous waste in years
past, reports Anderson's
office.
The majority of the cost
See AMNESTY Page 7A


A Milton pawnshop


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SR PG's SPEAK OUT


Sunday, 7:07 p.m.
This is Raymond. I read
all the different viewpoints
in Saturday's paper. There's
a lot of bitterness, anger, and
prejudice being expressed
towards, what are being
called, "illegals"- they're
human beings who are trying
to make a living. Really, to
be realistic, the white man is
the immigrant, coming from
a European nation to this
country, which they called
America.
Where was the law when
the white man came over
and took the land from the
Indians? Where was the law
when the white man .went to
Africa, stole a bunch of
black people, took them to
America, beat them to death
and worked them for noth-
ing? At least these Mexican
guys are getting paid. They
have done a lot of work for
this county. When these
people came here and did
such good work after
Hurricane Ivan, there wasn't
any grumbling going on
then.

Sunday, 2:33 p.m.
This is Sandy of Pace. I
just came down Chumuckla
Highway this afternoon-
Sunday, bad weather, rain-
ing-and the lights were burn-
ing all over the place at the
ballpark. People, is this not
waste? LI would like your
opinion. No one is at the ball-
park. Thank you.

Sunday, 1:12 p.m.
Hi, this is Deborah. You
go into these Mexican restau-
rants and all you see is
Mexicans working. You go
into these nail salons run by
Vietnamese and all you see is
Vietnamese working. I don't
understand. I thought there
was some law about discrimi-
nating. I thought you were
suppose to hire black and
white, red, yellow, and you
weren't suppose to discrimi-
nate. I think they should have
to hire people that speak
English. Thank you.

Sunday, 11: 41 a.m.
I have nothing against the
foreigners that come to this
country, but they should learn
to speak English and our laws.
We don't understand what
they say when they speak their
native language but they know
what we say when we speak
our language of English. They
should learn English before
they get a driver's license.
This should not be done in
Spanish, Chinese, or any other
language. It should be done in
English because your in
America. Thank you.

Sunday, 10:51 a.m.
This is Tony, and I just
want to say the level of educa-
tion in this county amazes me.
People will speak before they
even listen and I want to say to
all the supporters of the illegal
aliens, would you please go to
the Mexican border and offer
your, and your children's,
social security card to the first
alien you see run across the
border. Thank you.

Sunday, 9:05 a.m.
I agree with the lady about
the fire tax assessment. I don't

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


think it should be on the prop-
erty deed and we should be
able to vote on it when they
want to raise it. I think it's high
enough as it is. I also think we
should pay it directly to the
fire station. Thank you.
Mabel.

Sunday, 9:04 a.m.
Yes, this is Bill. Where
was the Sheriff's Department
when Hurricane Ivan came
through and all the illegals
were helping us get our yard
and our homes rebuilt? It
seems like Hall is only select-
ing them now in an election
year. I also just went by the
Cisco's restaurant about 8:30,
there's three sheriff's cars
parked over there having
breakfast. In my world, I have
to have breakfast before I go to
work. They should also stop
sending them home with
patrol cars, gas-prices are too
high. Thank you.

Saturday, 7:22 p.m.
Hi, this Cathy and I live
on John Hamm Road. One
day I came home and saw a
dead little dog- he was wear-
ing a little sweater. There are
animals roaming our road all
the time, sometimes they're
vicious. I just want to let you
know that if anyone is missing
a dog I hope they find it.

Saturday, 6:16 p.m.
Hi, this is Jerry again, and


this goes out to all you bleed-
ing hearts, or maybe your hun-
gry bellies out there in regards
to the La Hacienda raids.
What part of breaking the law
do you not understand? It was
reported that social security
numbers were used fraudu-
lently. That's a criminal act, a
federal criminal act.
Sometimes these criminal acts
don't mean anything to you
people until it really hits
home. Get a grip. I also feel
that the employer should be
booked along with the
employee. Thank you.

Saturday, 3:26 p.m.
Hi, this is Danny. I'm
calling about the four
unmarked vehicles from the
Sheriff's Office that went to
the Publix they're building in
Gulf Breeze. All the workers
ran from the police and they
did nothing. There are plenty
of people in Santa Rosa
County that need jobs, and if
they're running, they are run-
ning for a reason Why is it
they didn't go after them and
find out why? If it was anyone
else, they would. My son-in-
law could use one of those
jobs.

Saturday, 3:44 p.m.
A lady stated the issue
regarding undocumented
workers being arrested cannot
be easily resolved. That is
completely, absolutely wrong.
All it takes is sending all
undocumented workers back
to. the country of their origin.
Wrong is wrong. They all
broke the law of this county
and our country. If La
Hacienda restaurants are short
on employees-hire some
legal, local employees.
Sheriff Hall should be com-
mended for doing his job.
This has nothing to do with
hate for anyone's nationality, it
has everything to do with
breaking the law.


Saturday, 3:43 p.m.
Hello, this is Deborah. I
watched the news about the
four unmarked [Sheriff's
Dept. ] vehicles at the Publix in
Gulf Breeze. Most of the
workers ran because they may
be illegal. I was just wonder-
ing why they didn't chase
them down and check their
ID' s and social security num-
bers. Maybe they're waiting
for the SWAT team? Thank
you.

Saturday, 10:43 a.m.
Hi, this is Judy and I live
in Pace. I'd like to see a law
passed about parking on the
street in subdivisions. It's a
safety hazard and a great
inconvenience to school
buses, garbage trucks, motor
homes, and everything. It's
very dangerous and I'd like to
see a law passed against it,
especially overnight parking.
1 appreciate your service.

Saturday, 9:59 a.m.
Yes, this is James. I
would like to speak out about
this illegal alien round up. A
while back, when all the crack
dealers were arrested nobody
said anything about those
young people out there trying
to make a living illegally. But
now that they're rounding up
the Hispanics, there's a huge
stampede about how wrong it
is. If it's illegal, it's illegal-
from crack to stealing social
security numbers. I think the
Sheriff's doing a good job.
The crack dealers are hidingg
under a rock, now the illegal
aliens better find a rock to get
under. Thank you.

Saturday, 8:44 a.m.
Hi, this is Anne. I believe
the illegal immigrants should
be returned to their country
immediately. By law, as an
American, I must have a legal
passport to enter Mexico. I am
sick of Americans being
expected to obey our laws and


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Pittman, Brian
Joshua
1979-2008
Brian Joshua Pittman,
age 28, passed away
Saturday, February 16, 2008.
Brain was a native and life-
long resident of Munson. He
was a construction welder
for B.E.&K. and handled
shutdowns. Brian was an
avid outdoorsman and
enjoyed "hanging out with
the boys."
Brian is survived by his
parents, Gary and Judy
Pittman, of Munson; his
brother, Wade (Brandy)
Pittman, of Munson; two sis-
ters, Tonya (Roger)
Greenhaw, of Huntsville,
AL, and Tabetha
Williamson, of Pensacola;
nephew, lan Williamson,
niece, Arienne Ates; paternal
grandmother, Mattie Biggs,
of Mobile, AL; maternal
grandmother, Elsie
Matthews, of Milton; and
numerous other relatives and
friends.
Funeral services for Mr.
Pittman will be 2 p.m.,
Thursday, February 21, 2008
at Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel with Rev.
Alton Nixon officiating.
Burial will follow in Stump
Springs Church Cemetery
with Lewis Funeral Home
directing. Visitation will be
'from 6-8 p.m., Wednesday,
February 20, 2008, at Lewis
Funeral Home Milton
Chapel.
Pallbearers will be Zack
Blair, Cliff Miller, John
Moore, Doug Haney,
Jeremiah Pittman, and Derik
Gomez.
Honorary Pallbearers
will .be Ben Watts, Bubba
McDaniel, and J.R. Barnes.

Grice, Sr., James E.
"Tommy"

1936-2008
James E. "Tommy"
Grice, Sr., age 71, of
McLellan, passed away
Tuesday, February 12, 2008,
at a local hospital. Mr. Grice
had resided in Northwest
Florida for most of his life.
He was a retiree with 37
years of service for the
Division of Forestry. He was
the former Fire Chief of
Munson. Tommy was a
member of the McLellan
Assembly of God Church.
He is preceded in death by
his son, James Ennice Grice,
Jr.; his parents, Bud and
Maggie Grice and Fred and
Daisy Thompson; his broth-
er, A.C. Grice; and his sister,
Earlene Davis.
Mr. Grice is survived by
his wife of 52 years, Betty
Grice, of McLellan; son,
Tony (Karen) Grice, of Jay;
three daughters, Cindy
(Thomas) Grantham, of
McLellan, Donna (Mark)
Atkins, of McLellan, and
Tammy (Terry) Hart, of
Pace; eight grandchildren,
Tim Grantham, Tiffany
(Scott) Cunningham,
Dewayne (Amber) Atkins,
Craig Atkins, Melinda .
Grice, Randy Grice,
Kimberly Hart, and Maggie


Hart; three great grandchil-
dren, Tyler Simmons,
Connor Atkins, and Alyssa
Hart; sister, Vonda (Mike)
Kirby, of Cantonnient; his
brother, Rusty (Sandra)
Thompson, of Pensacola;
brother-in-law, Willie Davis,
of Pensacola; sister-in-law,
Mary Grice, of Mobile; and
numerous other family and
friends.
Funeral services for Mr.
Grice were 11 a.m., Friday,
February 15, 2008, at Lewis
Funeral Home Milton
Chapel with Rev. Alton
Nixon and Rev. Jimmy
Pittman officiating. Burial
followed in McLellan
Cemetery with Lewis
Funeral Home directing.
Pallbearers will be Mr.
Grice's family and friends.

Adrian Donald
Jones, Jr.
1935-2008
Adrian Donald Jones,
Jr., age 73, of Pace, FL
passed away peacefully sur-
rounded by family, at a hos-
pital in Birmingham, AL on
February 11, 2008. He was
born on January 2, 1935 and
was a native and lifelong
resident of the Pensacola
area.
Don instilled the value
of hard work in his family.
He began working at the age
of 5 by selling ice out of his
wagon to the neighbors. He
wvent on to retire from
Monsanto after 34 years of
service. He was currently
employed by Matrix, and
had spent his free time build-
ing his shop, which was a
true labor of love.
He was preceded in
death by his parents Adrian
Donald Jones, Sr. and Oneita
Pitts Jones; a sister Jean
Creighton; and two great-
grandchildren, Devon Fresn
and Alyson Roberts; and
numerous aunts and uncles.
Don was a devoted hus-
band, brother, father, grand-
father, and great-grandfa-
ther. Those left to cherish his
memories include his loving
wife of 53 years, Patsy; a
brother Arthur Phillip Jones,
a sister Janice Jones ; Four
children, Thomas (Cheryl)
Jones, Alice (Butch)
Hazelbaker; Betty (Greg)
Riegler, and Donna (John)
Lockhart; Eight
Grandchildren, Dangela
(Randy) Bryant, Shannon
(Joey) Silcox, Rick (Korri)
Roberts, Jennifer (David)
Ratliff, Doug Fresn, Dana
(Steve) Murray, Joey
(Angela) Wright, and Sonya
Fresn; Nine great-grandchil-
dren, Austin, Kaylee, Joshua
(who will miss his "Ole
Rascal"), Shiann, Ashlyn,
Jasmine, Hunter, Everett,
William, and Layla, a great-
granddaughter on the way.
Don never met a stranger,
and for that reason he also
leaves many wonderful
friends. He will be forever
loved and missed by us all.
Funeral services were
held at 10 a.m. Saturday,
February 16, 2008 at
Pensacola Memorial
Gardens 7433 Pine Forest
Road.
Pallbearers will be his
grandsons.


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Sheriff's Report


77T Santa Rosa Country
Sheriff's Report from Jan. 22
to Jan. 27, 2008
De Lanoy .Ir., David
Marlowe; Male; 30; 2075
Fountainview Dr.. Navarre,
FL; Dealing in Stolen
Property. 1/22/08.
Holloway, Dustin
Dewayne; Male: 20; 13780
Alabama St., Jay, FL;
Larceny-Petit 1st Offense,
Drug Possession-Controlled
Substance W/O Prescription.
1/22/08
Kelley. Ricky Wayne;
Male; 32; 9324 Pleasant
Home Rd., Milton, FL;
Possession of Weapon or
Ammo by Convicted FL
Felon. 1/22/08
McCaffry, Katrina
Nicole: Female: 23; 5152
Bodega Dr., Milton, FL:
Probation Violation-Felony
or Commty Cont. 1/22/08
Broson, Joseph Austin:
Male; 23; 7524 Blackjack
Cir., Navarre, FL; DUI and
Damage Property. 1/22/08
Sasnett. Ruben
Matthew: Male; 34; 3187
River Rd., Holley-Navarre,
FL; DUI, Refuse to Submit
to DUI Test. 1/22/08
Ammons, Shayna
Christine; Female; 19; 4271
Rice, Rd., Milton, FL;
Burglary-Dwelling
Structure or Conveyance
Armed. Larceny-Grand of
Firearm, Larceny-Petit 1st
Offense, Possession of
Drugs Controlled Substance
W/O Prescription,
Burglary-Of Unoccupied
Dwelling; Unarmed; No
Assau 1 t / Battery,
Larceny-Grand Theft
$5,000 or More Less Than
$10,000.
Charron, Sherah
Lorraine; Female; 32; 2612
W. Jackson St., Pensacola,
FL; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 1/23/08
Graham, Marvin
Daniel; Male; 49; 3274
Melvin Dr., Pace, FL; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 4th or
Subsequent Offense, Refuse
to Submit to DUI Test, Drive
on Permanently Revoked
Driver License. 1/22/08
Guyse. William Lee;
* Male; 20: 7195 Gillespie
Rd., Milton, FL; Damage
Property-Criminal
Mischief-$200 and Under,
Burglary-Of Unoccupied
Dwelling; Unarmed; No
Assault/Battery,
Larceny-Grand Theft
$5,000 or More Less Than
$10,000. 1/23/08
Lester, Kenton Elihu;
Male; 20; 1315 Ariola Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Burglary-Of
Unoccupied Dwelling;
.. Unarmed; No
Assault/Battery,
Larceny-$20,000 Less Than
$100,000. 1/23/08.
Driggers, Justin Lee;
Male; 19; 4559 Teston Dr.,


The U.S. Small Business
Administration is reminding
businesses that March 3 is the
filing deadline for federal eco-
nomic injury disaster loans
that are available to small
businesses located in
Escambia, Holmes, Jackson,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and
Walton counties in the State of
Florida as a result of damages
and losses to crops caused by
severe drought occurring on
January 1, 2007 and continu-
ing.
"These counties are eligi-
ble because they are contigu-
ous to one or more primary
counties in the State of
Alabama. The Small Business,
Administration recognizes
that disasters do not usually
stop at the county or state
lines. For that reason, counties
adjacent to primary counties
named in the declaration are


Milton, FL;
Burg Ilary-Dwelling g
Structure or Conveyance
Armed, Larceny-Grand of
Firearm, Larceny-Petit
Theft 1st Offense, Drug
Possession-Controlled
Substance W/O Prescription.
1/23/08
Allen, Jill Denise;
Female; 47; 5330 Jenny Cir.,
Pace, FL; Larceny-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 1/23/08
Daywalt, Ray Irving;
Male; 54; 3436 Queens St.,
Milton, 'FL; Driving While
License Suspended Habitual
Offender. 1/23/08
Hudson, Kristen
Heather; Female; 26; 7442
Westgate Dr., Milton, FL;
Drug Possession-Controlled
Substance W/O Prescription.
1/23/08
, McCarty, Justin Kyle;
Male; 18; 4400 Molino Rd.,
Molino, FL; Damage
Property Criminal
Mischief-Over $200 Under
$1000 Subsequent Offense,
Burglary-Unoccupied
Structure Unarmed, Larceny
(6 cts.)-Grand of Firearm,
Larceny-Petit 1st Degree
Property $100 to Under
$300. 1/23/08
Reid, Joe Wilford;
Male; 56; 4305 Deer TrI.,
Baker, FL; Marijuana-
Producing Schedule I.
1/23/08
Tolbert, Marian
Quinatta; Female; 58; 6808
Chaffin St., Milton, FL;
Crimes Against
Person-Exploitation of
Elderly Less Than $20,000.
1/23/08
Ross, Kyle Thomas;
2864 Mandeville Ln.,
Pensacola, FL; Fraud,
Larceny. No Booking Date
Given.
Bittner, Jon Herman;
Male; 47; 710 Berkley Dr.,
Pensacola, FL; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
1/24/08
Casey, James Allen;
Male; 28; 5160 Catalina St.,
Pace, FL; Larceny-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000. 1/24/08
Gilbreath, David
Albert; Male; 22; 5460
Munson Hwy., Milton, FL;
Possession of Burglary
Tools With Intent to Use,
Larceny-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than
$5,0000, Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/24/08
Gilbreath, James
Mansel; Male; 37; 5460
Munson Hwy., Milton, FL;
Possession of Burglary
Tools With Intent to Use,
Larceny-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000.
1/24/08
Owens, Alice Marie;
Female; 43; 2104 Nina St.,
Navarre, FL; Possession of
Cocaine, Possession


included," according to Frank
Skaggs, Director of SBA Field
Operations Center East.
The SBA's disaster decla-
ration was issued as a result of
a similar action taken by the
Secretary of Agriculture to
help farmers recover from this
disaster. Under this declara-
tion, the SBA's Economic
Injury Disaster Loan prograin
is available to farm-related
and nonfarm-related, small
business concerns and small
agricultural cooperatives that
suffered financial losses as a
direct result of this disaster.
Farmers and ranchers are not
eligible to apply to the SBA
but nurseries are eligible to
apply for economic injury dis-
aster loans for losses caused
by drought conditions.
Eligible small businesses
may qualify for loans up to
$1.5 million. These loans are


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Shearer, Larry Morales; Robinson, William
Male; 46: 40 W. Long Street, Henry; Male; 23; 5161
Columbus, OH; DUI, Resist Scenic View Way, Milton,
Officer-Flee, Elude Law FL; Damage Property-
Enforcement Officer With Criminal Mischief (2
Lights and Siren Active. cts.)-Over $200 Under
1/24/08 $1,000 Subsequent
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Chambers; Female; 47; 4367 Unoccupied Dwelling;
Woodville Rd., Milton, FL; Unarmed; No
Probation Violation-Felony. Assault/Battery (2 cts.),
No Booking Date Given. Larceny (2 cts.)-Theft is
Atkinson, Destin Jon; $300 or More But Less
Male; 19; 1243 Chantilly Than $5;000, Dealing in
Cir., Niceville, FL; Failure Stolen Property
to Appear for Felony Tew, Christopher Allen;
Offense. 1/25/08 Male,; 40; 4359 Trailer Park
Barnes, Bobby Joe; Ct., Milton, FL;
Male; 29; 6473 Stanley Cir., Assault-Intent Threat to Do (
Milton, FL; Probation Violence, Aggravated
Violation-Felony or Assault (2 cts.)-With
Coiimty Cont. 1/26/08 Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
Clayberger, Allen to Kill, Resist Officer (6
Dane; Male; 23; 5450 cts.)-Obstruct W/O
Courtland Ln., Milton, FL; Violence. 1/27/08
Probation Violation-Felony Tilley, Derek Keegan;
or Commty Cont. 1/26/08 Male; 19; 9414 Parker P
Contreras, Jory Shawn; Place Dr., Navarre, FL;
Male; 31; 1522 Magnolia Larceny-Grand Theft
Manor Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL; $10,000 or More Less Than
Probation Violation-Felony $20,000. 1/25/08
or Commty Cont. 1/26/08 Willis, Sonya Lawson;
Foster II, Gerald Female; 32; 6007 Clay Cir.,
Matthew; Male; 24; 5428 Gulf Breeze, FL; Out of
Cox Rd., Milton, FL; State Fugitive From Justice.
Cruelty Toward 1/25/08
Children-Infliction of Harris, Jimmy Russell;
Physical or Mental Injury, Male; 38; 6350 John
Contributing to the Diamond Rd., Milton, FL;
Delinquency of a Minor or Failure to Appear for
Dependency of. 1/27/08 Felony Offense. No
Harris. Michael Booking Date Given.
Dewayne; Male; 21; 8543 Bullock, Kenneth
Hwy. 87 S, Milton, FL; Wayne; Male; 43; 2287 Lost
Damage Property-Criminal Bottoms Ln., Navarre, FL;
Mischief-Over $200 under Fugitive From Justice. No
$1,000, Burglary of Booking Date Given.
Unoccupied Dwelling; Hattan, Jeffrey David;
Unarmed; No Male; 36; 9830 Ginko Dr.,
Assault/B battery, Pensacola, FL; Probation
Larceny-Theft is $300 or Violation-Felony. No
More But Less Than $5,000. .Booking Date Given.
Horton III, Wofford Buchinsky: Jason
Legreer; Male; 26; 3215 Chase; Male; 19: 5787
Douglas Ave.,, Brewton, AL; Hickory St., Milton, FL;
Aggravated B.mer\ Tre spa..ingii-Property Not
Domestic Violen. e-Cuse Scpture or, Cqonyy,
Bodjl Harm or Di,ibli S -aT JltfIt t; 300 3 or
1.25 iu i". In L[L'es rian $5.000,
J.ohnson, Michael Ray. Dealing in Stolen Property
Male; 37; 5108 Mary St'.', 1/25/0 8
Milton, FL; Flee Elude' Biib. Blake Shelby;
Police-Fail to Qbe', Law."'Male; 16, 4792 La Casa Cir.,
Enforcement Officer Order Pace, FL; Possession
to Stop, Drive While Marijuana over 20 Grams.
License Suspended 1st 1/25/08
Offense, Battery on Officer, Edwards, Baylen
Firefighter, EMT, Etc., Wayne; Male; 18; 6436
Neglect Child Without Great Appaloosa Ave.. Milton, FL;
Harm. 1/26/08 Trespassing-Property Not
Krafka, Russel Leroy; Structure or Conveyance,
Male; 20; 6665 Elm St., Larceny-Theft is $300 or
Milton, FL; Probation More But Less Than $5,000,
Violation-Felony or Dealing in Stolen Property.
Commty Cont. 1/27/08 1/25/08
Richardson, Jamie Ray; Holloway, Martha
Male; 29; 6007 Clay Cir., Dameron; Female; 81; 8010


available at a 4 percent interest
rate with terms up to 30 years.
The SBA determines eligibili-
ty for the program based on
the size and type of business
and its financial resources.
Loan amounts and terms are
set by the SBA and are based
upon, each. applicant's' fiinan-
cial condition. Interested bu i-
ness owners -.lould. iconinOt
the SBA's Customer, Service
Center by calling 1-800-659-


2955 (1-800-877-8339 for the
hearing-impaired) Monday
through Friday from 8 a.m. to
9 p.m. EST. Business loan
applications can also be down-
loaded from www.sba.gov.
Completed applications
should be mailed to: U.S.
Small Business
.,AdniiImiitiionI, Processing
' and Di.Sbuniseinent Center,
14Q_. Kingsport Road, Fort
Woith, TX 76155


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Blackwater Dr., Milton, FL;
Aggravated Assault-
Domestic Violence-With
Deadly Weapon W/O Intent
o Kill. 1/25/08
Leifur Jr., Duane
Eugene; Male; 38; 1338
Ashford Dr., Gulf Breeze,
FL; Sex Assault-Victim 12
YOA Older Special
Co n d i t i o n s ,
Briber y Unla w ful
Compensation Reward
Official Behavior. 1/25/08
Parent, Michael
James; Male; 25; 8300
Country Walk Rd.,
Pensacbla, FL; Battery-2nd
or Subsequent Offense.
1/26/08
Rogers, Misty Delania;
Female; 30; 5905 Silverhill
Cir., Milton, FL;
Amphetamine or
M e t h a m p h e t a m i n e
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Listed Chemical With
Manufacture' Controlled
Substances. 1/27/08
Neal, Deidra De;
Female; 42; 1901 E. Yonge
St., Pensacola, FL;
Probation Violation-Felony.
No Booking Date Given,
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Eugene; Male; 27;. 4831
Royal Pines Dr., Pace, FL;
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6A Wednesday, February 20, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


Vol. 100, Number 90


OUR VIEW


Fairness



means equal

What is it about the southern part of Santa
Rosa County that is so different from sections to
the north?
Even before local voters opted to allow'alco-
holic beverage sales, the south end of our county
was selling liquor on the island and even selling
on Sunday via a special tourism adjustment to
the laws.
The north enid of Santa Rosa County is consid-
ered the canoe / kayak capitol of Florida. Doesn't
that sound like it would have something to do
with tourism?
But now the leaders south of I-10 want county
commissioners to allow another change to allow
alcohol, under certain conditions, at Navarre Park.
Last year, this very same ordinance was
amended to allow the same group to have alcohol
on Navarre Beach.
Chamber leadership stated it did not want to
promote this as a commercial opportunity, but to
hold chamber social events- and mixers.
The problem is commissioners are drawing an
ever widening divide between the two ends of the
county and, we fear, one day the polar opposites
will be like Milton, East Milton, and Pace.
The decisions of county commissioners seem
to be pulling the community in different direc-
tions.
Wouldn't it be fair to have one law for all of
Santa Rosa County?
Should one area have an economic advantage
over another?
What's next? The residents north of 1-10 wear-
ing blue, while those south wear gray?
Local leaders should step up and create a sin-
gle ordinance that works for the entire county.
If they can allow one location to sale alcohol
on Sunday, then it should be that way for the
entire county.
Law by piecemeal seems a haphazard way of
planning for the future.
Proponents of the move in the south- would say
the two areas are comprised of individuals with
fundamental differences in the way they think and
note, if the south is ready to embrace these
moves, it should be allowed to do so.
It's a good point, but the county is not that
large. The move toward allowing the sale of alco-
holic beverages a few years ago showed south
Santa Rosa folks can get their message across to
those north of the Yellow River-if they so desire.
Instead of complicating our lives with more
clutter and confusion, the County should make opt
for a single rule to either allow alcohol in parks
or not. If the county wants to allow for differ-
ences in communities, then structure the law so
any community can opt in or out of these addi-
tional choices. Such a move would be fair and
leave the destiny of an area up to the people who
live there. It would allow leaders to say they are
treating everyone the same, while also allowing
the morals or values of one area to be reflected in
day to day activities.
It's a thought. We wonder where you fall on
the issue. Drop us a line so the community can
discuss it.


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A MINORITY VIEWPOINT


They are coming after you


My February 2002 column,
"They're Coming After You,"
warned that Americans who enthusi-
astically supported the anti-tobacco
zealots' attack on smokers were, like
decent Germans did during the
1920s and '30s, building the Trojan
Horse that would one day enable a
tyrant to take over. The whole issue
of tobacco
5- -J smoke nuisance
-. .is really a private
1. property issue
'. J where the owner

how his private
property shall be
used, whether it's
an office build-
ing, restaurant,
WALTER bar or home.
WILLIAMS That's unless one
group of people
wishes to use the coercive powers of
government, in the name of health
or some other ruse, to impose their
preferences upon others.
Anti-tobacco zealots don't have a
monopoly on tyrannical designs.
There are those who wish to control
what we eat, and the successful
attack on smokers has provided a
template for their agenda. Chief
among the food tyrants is the
Washington, D.C.-based Center for
Science in the Public Interest
(CSPI). These tyrants want taxes on
foods they deem as non-nutritious.
They've even proposed a 5 percent
tax on new television sets and video
equipment and a $65 tax on each
new car or an extra penny per gallon
of gas. Why? They see watching tel-
evision and videos, riding instead of


walking, as contributing to obesity.
Thus, in their view, just as tobacco
companies were responsible for peo-
ple smoking, television and video
manufacturers are responsible for
people being couch potatoes.
Automobile companies are responsi-
ble for people riding instead of
walking. The restaurant industry is
responsible for American obesity.
Some people have told me that
these tyrants would never get away
with controlling what we eat. Here's
the Mississippi Legislature House
Bill 282, introduced this year by
Rep. W.T. Mayhall, that in part
reads: "An Act to prohibit certain
food establishments from serving
food to any person who is obese,
based on criteria prescribed by the
State Department of Health; to direct
the Department to prepare written
materials that describe and explain
the criteria for determining whether
a person is obese anZd to provide
those materials to the food establish-
ments; to direct the Department to
monitor the food establishments for
compliance with the provisions of'
this act." The bill proposes to revoke
licenses of food establishments that
violate the provisions of the act.
You shouldn't believe that if this
measure is successful in Mississippi
that it will stay in Mississippi.
Moreover, it will be expanded upon
because most people who are obese
don't become so by eating at restau-
rants; mostly, it's food eaten at
home. Thus, the food tyrants won't
be satisfied with restaurant restric-
tions, just as the anti-tobacco zealots
weren't satisfied with warning labels
on cigarettes. They will push for leg-


isolation restricting the sale of foods
at supermarkets. Since an obese per-
son can get a svelte person to do his
grocery shopping for him, legislators
might propose sting operations to
fine or arrest people giving an obese,
person high-calorie food.
The food tyrants have a compa-
triot in the person of Yale
University's Professor Kelly D.
Brownell, director of the Center for
Eating and Weight Disorders. He
thinks Americans eat too many ham-
burgers and French .fries. Professor
Brownell, who is fat himself, wants
government to tax fatty foods and
those with little nutritional content
and use some of the tax proceeds to
build bike and hiking trails. Suppose
not enough Americans bike and
hike. I bet he and his ilk would call
for legislation that mandated some
form of exercise.
Most evil done in the world is
done in the name of promoting this
or that supposed good. Americans
turning away from rule of law and
constitutional government are fol-
lowing in the footsteps of other peo-
ple around the world who discov-
ered their liberties gone and recover-
ing them was next to impossible.
But, what the heck. You might be
among those Americans who don't
smoke and are not obese, so why
sweat it?
Walter E. Williams. is a professor
of economics at George Mason
University. To find out more about
Walter E. Williams and read features
by other Creators Syndicate writers
and cartoonists, visit the Creators
Syndicate Web page at
vwww.creators.conm.


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Why crucify the Sheriff?
FM: Chrys Holley
Milton, Fla.
Dear Editor,
Why are some people cru-
cifying the Sheriff and law
enforcement for doing their
job? And they're nqt picking
on Mexicans only. The weekly
arrests in the Gazette are not
Mexicans.
I feel sorry for those arrest-
ed but they did break the law.
Of great concern to the bashers
should be the fact that many
have been victims of ID theft!
How would the bashers like it
if their identity were stolen?
My only contact with the
owner of La Hacienda
impressed me as a kind,
Christian man. He didn't know
me from Adam, but graciously
gave me an ad for ARC Santa
Rosa on solicitation, f 7nd rais-


ing. I'm sorry he had to close
his business. Hopefully they'll
open soon.
Matthew 25:40 (front page,
Press Gazette), as an obedient
advocate of that scripture I
must remind us that Jesus
would not be pleased with
breaking the law. "Render unto
Ceasar..."
I'm sure the lawmen who
had to arrest the lawbreakers,
or at least some of them, were
heartbroken for having to do
so. They realize these are peo-
ple just trying to make a living
for themselves and families.
Many of us were. Those
employees were good employ-
ees. I have a friend who couldn't
find a roofer after the hurricane.
Some Mexicans were hired and
did a great job. Jesus also said
"in this life we would have tri-
als and tribulations."


Anybody immune?
I'm assuming those arrested
were just ordinary people, not
like the druggies crossing the
border. Did you know a border
patrol person is assaulted every
seven hours? Now the bad guys
booby-trapped the border with
a wire that can cut off heads of
our border patrols?
The Mexican authorities are
doing absolutely nothing to
stop that illegal activity. '
How does that grab you'?

Equal justice?
FM: W.O. Jones
Jay, Fla.
Dear Editor,
Equal justice for all in the
Federal Courts? Fair justice for
those who have little assets'? The
same justice in all federal courts.
All of the above are a sick
joke.


A female cargo pilot was
acquitted of tax evasion in
August of 2003. The defense
was, and is, there is no law
requiring payment of income tax.
In July of 2007 a lawyer was
acquitted of not paying income
taxes for 10 years.
The defense was there is no
law requiring individuals to pay
income taxes and this man had
plenty of money to hire an
expensive lawyer.
You can find these stories
and others online.
On Feb. 1, 2008 the actor
Wesley Snipes was acquitted of
federal tax fraud.
Compare these with a local
person who also asked the gov-
ernment under what law was he
required to pay income taxes.
Look around online and
compare.
Equal justice'? You decide!


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about," Jerry said. "He spent
three-and-a-hall' years in 13
different POW camps. He
also received a silver star for
his bravery on the Houston."
Although this will be
his sister's first dive to the
wreckage, this marks
Jerry's third visit. This time,
however, he has been grant-
ed permission by the U.S.
Navy to penetrate the vessel
and will be able to send
inside equipment to survey
the deteriorating ship. No
divers are allowed in the
ship. This will be the first
time anyone has been
allowed to send in a remote-
ly operated vehicle (ROV)
to photograph the interior.
Jerry, a detention lieu-
tenant with the Santa Rosa
Sheriff's Office, is the only
child of a survivor to dive to
the wreckage. When his
sister Jolene dives, she will
be the
second.
Both of
Joh n s
children
will be
the only
ones to
do so.
"The
first time
for me .
was very
emotion- Stewart
al," Jerry
said. "The second time was
to document and take pic-
tures so the families will
know about this. This time
I'll be able survey the inside
before the sea takes it away.
It's been down for 66 years,
and it's deteriorating fast."
Jerry will be traveling
this week to Houston,
Texas, to the U.S.S.
Houston Survivors Reunion
to speak about his trip.
Remaining survivors will
be in attendance. The
reunion is organized by the
U.S.S. Houston Survivors
Next Generation, a group
formed by families of sur-
vivors and those who died
in the battle.
"It's a story that needs


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Breaking new ground

Employees of United Bank broke ground on their new location in Milton last week. The site
of the future 6,000 square foot facility is located on Berryhill Road. It is anticipated the new
two-story building will be completed by late summer and will include a community room-
available to civic groups, as well as an internet cafe, personal storage compartments, and
all other standard banking services. This will be United Bank's third location in Santa Rosa
County, with two other branches already in Pace and Jay.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


to be told," lte said. "More
men were killed during this
battle than at Pearl Harbor."
According to Jerry, 71
survivors later died in POW
camps, and only 28 sur-
vivors are still living.
The survivors of the
battle became slave labor to
the Japanese on The
Railway of Death and The
Bridge on The River Kwai.
More than 16,000 prisoners
died during the construction
of the railway about 38
prisoners for every kilome-
ter of railway built, accord-
ing to a survivor's account
on the Internet.
Blue View Technologies
and Marine Sonar
Technology will be sending
their new sonar equipment
free of charge to help docu-
ment the wreckage.
VideoRay's ROV will pho-
tograph the passageway and
interior rooms as they are
today. The dive team will be
over the' U.S.S. Houston
from March 1 to 10.
"It's a war gravesite and
we will respect it as a
gravesite," Jerry said. "We
want to keep the history of
the Houston alive for the
next generation."


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to dispose of the waste is
born by the state, which con-
tracts with a certified haz-
ardous waste processing
facility in Tampa, to store the
waste in 55 gallon drums
before transporting them
down south.
"There is a chemist that
comes in from Tallahassee
and she helps to get the right
stuff with the right stuff, so
we don't cross contaminate
and create an additional haz-
ard," Anderson says.
Residents in the South
end of the county can take
their waste to the Santa Rosa
County South Side Service
Center at 5819 Gulf Breeze
Parkway in Midway. A sec-
ond drop off center at the
County Administrative
Offices at 6495 Caroline
Street in Milton will serve
ndrth and central county res-
idents.
Hazardous household
waste will not be taken at the
county auditorium as in past
years. Tires, debris, and


household garbage will not
be accepted at either of the
two locations.
Small businesses,
schools, and growers will
also have the opportunity to
dispose of such waste at a
discounted rate on the 15th,
and may make arrangements
to schedule a drop off time
by calling 981-7135. Calls
of this nature must be
received by noon on March


Bryant

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Sprint Cup Series All-Star
Challenge.
"I am very humble to have
been nominated for this chal-
lenge," Bryant said. "I never
knew it existed until I was con-
tacted by America's Most
Wanted and told that I had been
nominated."
Bryant has appeared sever-
al times on America's Most
Wanted, solving even the most
complex cold cases quickly.
"They are: submitting my
career to their producer to con-
sider doing a show with me on
America's Most Wanted in the
near future," he said.
"The voting started
Monday., but you can vote once
every day. It's a weekly contest
and you can vote until April as
long,as I make it."
"I thank those that took the
time to do this," Bryant said.
"The show contacted Sheriff
Hall, who had some very nice
things to say about me."
Lt. Bryant is a 2007 Law
Enforcement Supervisor of the
Year nominee. He is noted for
working well with children and
his extraordinary ability to gain
infonnation during interviews.
Lt. Bryant received
a commendation from the
Columbia County Georgia
Sheriff for solving a
murder-for-hire case in just
four hours. A book was written
about a
cold case he solved, titled,
"Specific Intent" by O'Neill
Denoux. He
was awarded by the New
Orleans Sheriff's Department-
Jefferson Parish for this same
case.
To vote via email or text
message log on to
www.amw.com/allstar/2008/.


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rationalize with Goins and told
him that someone was expect-
ing her to show up for work
with an item and that people
would come looking for her if
she didn't bring it to them.
Goins drove the victim to
her place of employment at
which time she was able to
jump from the car and run to
safety.
According to a release
from Haines on the matter,
Goins removed the phone
from the residence so the vic-
tim could not call law
enforcement. The report also
states Goins had duct tape
and rope with him as well.
At the time of the inci-
dent there was an active
restraining order against
Goins to keep him away from
the victim.
He fled the scene and has
not been located 'by law
enforcement.
The sheriff's office is
requesting the public's help in
locating Goins.
Anyone with'information
concerning his whereabouts
can call Crime Stoppers at
437-STOP (7867) or 911.


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Announces
For Your Convenience -
SATURDAY OFFICE HOURS -
9:00 AM 12:00 NOON
In addition to regular hours
Both
Milton & Midway Offices
January 4th thru March 1st
To assist in exemption filing for:
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
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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SCultivating the soil to produce food is one of
the most noble professions on earth. And since
Bruce Holland fits nicely into this category as
one of Santa Rosa County's most successful and
highly profiled farmers, we take this opportunity
to extend to him the recognition and respect he
SI so richly deserves.

We like to think of him as a Gentleman-
Farmer because he is so acclimated to the culture
of the farming industry where today a blend of
Si knowledge and technology, is not only conven-
lent but essential to success. (In his laid-back
retail produce facility, period rocking chairs sur-
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As a gentleman and a scholar and a career farmer who successfully negotiates the cul-
tivation of between 500-600 acres of peanuts and other diversified crops, Bruce is a good
illustration of l"kI. il,. hard work, and commitment to family and the success of his crops.

As a native son whose family settled in Hollandtown right after the Civil War, he was
farming long before he graduated from Allentown (Central) High School and has contin-
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that he is understandably proud of today.

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City of Milton
meetings scheduled
The City of Milton Parks
and Recreation Committee
will meet on Monday,
February 25, 2008 at 8:30
a.m. in Conference Room B
of City Hall, 6738 Dixon
Street. For further informa-
tion on the meeting, contact
the City Manager's Officeat
983-5411. All meetings are
open to the public.
The Milton Benevolent
Cemetery Board will meet
on Monday, February 25,
2008 at 2 p.m. in Conference
Room B of City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street. For further
information on the meeting,
contact the City Manager's
Office at 983-5411. All
meetings are open to the
public.

SRC District
Schools Insurance
Committee to meet
The Santa Rosa County
District Schools Insurance
Committee will hold a meet-
ing on Thursday, February
28, 2008 at 3:30 p.m. in the
middle school conference
room at the main administra-
tion building, 5086 Canal St.
in Milton.

2nd Annual Wild
Game Supper
Mt. Carmel United
Methodist Church located on
Hwy. 89 N in Jay is having
their 2nd Annual Wild Game
Supper on February 23, 2008
at 6 p.m. for a donation of
$10 to benefit Relay for Life.
The speaker will be Brother
John Finklea. There will be
fun, fellowship and door
prizes.

Boys and Girls
Club Car
Campaign
Now that the price of
scrap metal has sharply
risen, the Boys and ,Girls
Club Car Campaign will
accept most any car with no
restrictions. Cars will be
picked up anywhere in
Florida, usually within a
week and are sold at auction.
To give a donation the


clubs can be reached by call-
ing 800-246-0493. Funds
obtained by the sales go
directly to help Florida
clubs.

W. H. Rhodes
School Advisory
Council
W. H. Rhodes
Elementary School Advisory
Council. will meet Thursday,
February 21, 2008 at 12:45
p.m. in the conference room.
All interested persons
are invited to attend.

Country Oaks
Open House
Country Oaks would like
to invite members of the
community to an Open
House Saturday, February
23, 2008 from 5-9 p.m. at
7783 Hwy. 90 in East
Milton. There will be enter-
tainment as well as refresh-
ments.
For more information
call 207-9686.

Pietruszewski
named to Dean's
List
Amanda Pietruszewski
of Pace made the Dean's List
for fall semester 2007 at the
Georgia Institute of
Technology.
Undergraduate students
earning a 3.0 or higher aca-
demic average for the semes-
ter gain the distinction of
being named to the Dean's
List at Georgia Tech.

Simpson receives
Faculty Honors
Christopher Simpson of
Pace earned the distinction
of Faculty Honors for fall
semester 2007 at the Georgia
Institute of Technology.
Undergraduate students
earning a 4.00 academic
average for the semester gain
the distinction of Faculty
Honors at Georgia Tech.

PJC closed
February 22
Pensacola Junior College
will be closed Friday, Feb.
22, for the second annual All
College Day. No classes will


be held, and all offices will
be closed for business. The
normal schedule will resume
Saturday, Feb. 23.
All College Day is set
aside to provide a variety of
professional workshops and
activities for all employees
of the college from the three
campuses, the Downtown
Center, the PJC Center at
Pensacola Naval Air Station
and other locations.

SBA Surety Bond
Guarantee
Program
The Florida Small
Business Development
Center/Procurement
Technical Assistance Center
(PTAC) Program located at
401 E. Chase St., Ste. 100, is
offering a workshop entitled
"SBA Surety Bond
Guarantee Program" on
Thursday, February 21 from
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Attendees will learn the
benefits of using the SBA
Surety Bond Guarantee
Program (developed to pro-
vide incentives necessary for
sureties to issue bonds to
contractors who could not
otherwise compete in the
contracting arena).
The workshop will also
include basic training on pro-
cedures required by bonding
agents in order to obtain bid
guarantee, performance pay-
ments and ancillary bonds
for construction, service, and
supply contracts.
The conference is FREE;
however, pre-registration is
recommended. To register
call Michelle Putfark at 850-
473-7826 or Diane Miller at
850-473-7830. Visit the
PTAC website at
www.fptac.org for more
information.

Public hearing on
road vacation
scheduled
A public hearing regard-
ing the proposed vacation of-
the prescriptive dirt road
located southwest of
Ebenezer Church Road is
scheduled for Thursday,
February 28 at 9:30 a.m. in
the commission meeting
room located at 6495
Caroline Street in Milton.
Commissioners will take
comments from the public on.
the landowner's request to
vacate the road and vote on
the issue during the commis-
sion meeting directly follow-
ing the public hearing.

Dragonfly Gallery
showcase
The Dragonfly Gallery
will showcase the art of the
top ten High School Senior
Art Students from Feb.
28th- March 7th. All the win-
ners are enrolled in Santa
Rosa Cotmty Public Schools
throughout the county. The
Santa Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation will present
medallions and awards to the
student for their accomplish-
ments at a reception on Feb
28th from 5:00-6:30.
The top ten art students
are: Jasmine Busbee, Chad
Robin, Mallory Torgersen,
Heidi Van Valkenberg from


Gulf Breeze High; Hplli
Toyens from Milton High,
Brittany Aquirre from
Navarre High and Devyn
Brewer, Amanda Phillips,
Kayla Springer and April
Thompson from Pace High.
The art teachers of these
students are Kelly Strozier,
Lynn Cacacce and Steven
Long at Gulf Breeze High;
Kenya Longmire at Milton
High, Yvonne Lang and Julia
Stapleton at Navarre High;
and Kathleen Tracey and
Julie Bragg at Pace High.
The Dragonfly Gallery
located at 5188 Escambia
Street in historic downtown
Milton, is a mission of the
Santa Rosa Arts and Culture
Foundation. It is a juried
gallery of local artists.
Gallery hours are Tuesday
through Saturday from 10:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m. For more
information contact the
SRACF at
www.SantaRosaArts.org.

Workshop to
review Santa Rosa
County Transit
Feasibility Study
The Santa Rosa Board of
County Commissioners will
hold a workshop on Monday,
February 25 to discuss pro-
posed projects for the Capital
Improvements Element of
the Comprehehsive Plan and
review results of the Transit
Feasibility Study. The work-
shop will start at 1:30 p.mn in
the county administrative
center, commission board-
room, at 6495 -Caroline
Street, Milton. For additional
information, contact Santa
Rosa County Division of
Community Planning,
Zoning and Development at
(850) 981-7075.

Pace High Project
Graduation
Pace High School
Project Graduation is spon-
soring a Scrapbook Kit
fundraiser to help raise
money for the graduation
night event. Each kit con-
tains a 12x12 linen scrap-
book and 10 embellished
pages, ready for assembly.
An all-day Crop scheduled
for April 19 is included in the
$50 kit fee' for those who
choose to attend. Deadline
for orders is March 1st.
For more information
and for order forms, please
contact Donna Carr at 994-
1920 or Shelley, Price at 995-
1650.

Milton Order of '
the Eastern Star
Milton Chapter 189,
Order of the Eastern Star will
hold an open meeting to
install new officers on
Friday, February 29, at 7:30
pm. All Eastern Star mem-
bers and friends are invited
to attend as Donna Stowers
and Billy Williams are
installed as Worthy Matron
and Worthy Patron for 2008.
The Order of the Eastern Star
is an organization for wonien
and men with. ties to
Masonry and the Milton
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Archuleta and Rodrigue engaged


Larry and Sandy
Archuleta of Albuquerque,
NM (formerly Sandy
Tompkins of Milton) are
pleased to announce the
engagement and forthcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Marisa Joy to Steve
Rodrigue of Albuquerque.
Marisa is employed as a
Sales Executive with
RealTime Sites of
Albuquerque. Her maternal
grandparents were the late
Wayne and Erlene Tompkins
of Milton. Other local rela-


tives include her Aunt Susan
and Uncle Jay Hadder, Aunt
Donna Prevatte of
Pensacola, and Uncle John
Tompkins of Destin.
Steve works for More
Than a Carpenter, as a home
renovation specialist. Steve's
parents are Mark and Denise
Hopeman of Albuquerque
and David & Jennifer
Rodrigue of Northland, New
Zealand.
An August 8, 2008 wed-
ding is planned in
Albuquerque, New Mexico.


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Santa Rosa Interfaith Jail Ministries


The Santa Rosa
Interfaith Jail Ministries, Inc.
reports a successful year in
2007. The recently tallied
statistics mark tfhe end of the
ministry's seventh year of
service in the county jail.
Chaplain Morgan Miller has
been very busy with inmate
population over 500 most of
the year. During the year, the
jail ministry partnered with
Bill Glass Ministries for a
powerful weekend of activi-
ties that impacted both the


inmates and the jail staff.
Throughout the year,
Chaplain Miller coordinated
services to the inmates that
included dozens of volun-
ccers.
During 2007, the
Chaplain was able to have
one-on-one ministry with
438 inmates. He coordinated
1.066 services in the jail with
volunteer leaders. These
services include Bible stud-
ies and substance abuse
classes. The Chaplain hand-


"Hounds in the Park"


The Hallelujah Hounds
will present "Hounds in the
Park" on Saturday, March 1
beginning at 2 p.m. at
Fidelis Community Center,
Hwy 87N in Berrydale and
Saturday, March 15 begin-
ning at 2 p.m. at Carpenter's
Park in Milton.
The Hallelujah Hounds
are a life-size puppet dog
band that perform oldies
style Christian music with a
lot of audience participation.
All ages are welcome!
These events are family
oriented with great music,


lots of fun and plenty of
FREE cotton candy, popcorn
and snow cones.
There is plenty of green
grass and a playground at
both events so families can
plan a picnic and come join
the fun. Some of the fun at
the Fidelis Community
Center will be indoors at the
auditorium.
For more information
and directions to the parks
go to www.hallelujah-
hounds.com or if you have
any questions please call
675-1362.


ed out 975 Bibles during the
year. There were 282 people
who professed faith in Jesus
Christ. Something new at the
jail is a portable baptistry.
While baptisms are best
done in the local church,
there are occasions when
baptism in the jail is very
appropriate and meaningful.
Last year, 111 people were
baptized. The hope is that
these people truly follow the
Lord out of a life of crime
and find lasting happiness in
society with their families.
In 2001 Sheriff Wendell'
Hall encouraged the forma-
tion of this ministry. Since
then, the volunteers and


financial gifts given by indi-
viduals, Sunday School
classes, churches, and other
organizations have greatly
helped this ministry.
Background and foundation-
al work has begun that will
one day open the door to a
women's transitional hous-
ing unit. Here, women will
be able to escape the envi-
ronment that resulted in jail
time while learning impor-
tant Biblical life skills that
will make for a solid future.
For more information on the
jail ministry or how you can
be a contributor, call 983-
1123.


The Hendersons to perform
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Leavins in Concert


Stephanie Leavins will
be in concert at Bagdad First
Assembly of God on Sunday,
February 24 at 6 p.m. The
church is located at 4513
Forsyth St., Bagdad.


Pastor Ricky Tedder
invites everyone to attend
this special service. For more
information call 623-8906 or
626-0696.


Clothes Closet will open
Milton First Assembly Friday,February 22 from 9
Clothes Closet will be open a.m. to 3 p.m. at 6163
for the public on Dogwood Road.

"Bless the Lord, 0 my soul: and
all that is within me, bless his

holy name. Bless the LORD, 0
my soul, and forget not all his
benefits: Who forgiveth 'all thine
iniquities; who health all thy dis-
eases.; Who redeemeth thy life
from destruction... "
Psalm 103:1-4a
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The Hendersons will be
performing three times in
our area this weekend:
February 23 at Faith Chapel
Assembly of God at 7 p.m.
(623-8286 or 983-7223),
February 24 at Allen
Memorial United Methodist
Church at 11 a.m. (850-587-
4283 or 850-968-6213), and
February 24 at Chumuckla
United Methodist Church at
6 p.m. (994-9502).
The Hendersons have
been singing in a family
ministry since 1989, and
bring to this concert many
years of expert experience,
having been involved in the
singing ministry for over 70
combined years. They sing
primarily traditional and
southern gospel style music,
and deliver in high quality,
first class fashion, believing
that with God's leading
Christians will be blessed
arfd souls saved.
The Henidersons have
special close harmony and
anointing that ensures you
will enjoy being in service
with them. The group con-
sists of Sonny Henderson,
his daughter Lydia
Henderson of Pensacola, FL,
and Mark Cates of Pace, FL.
Sonny's wife, Marie, travels
with the group, serves as
sound technician, and is full
time office manager. The
group originates from
Milton, FL, but travels to all


areas.
The Hendersons' most
recent releases, "Sailing On
Home" and "The Blood of
the Sacrifice" are being
played on your favorite radio
station WEBY. If you are not
hearing The Hendersons on
your station, it is helpful for
you to call your station and
request, them.
The Hendersons have
seven recorded projects,
which include some original
compositions by members of
the group. During the con-
cert, they will include some
special favorites of many
people, such as "I Wouldn't
Take Nothing for my
Journey Now". "All Signs
are Pointing", "I Won't be
Satisfied", and an all time
favorite of many of you,
"Just Passing Thru". along
with their most recent
national releases to radio.
To be with The
Hendersons is to sense the
talent, yes, but even more to
sense their dedication not
only to Christian music, but
also to the Lord. Come cele-
brate with us the joy of Jesus
through the ministry in song.
Everyone is welcome to
be a part of these special
services. Admission is free;
however, a love offering will
be received for expenses of
the concert


Ask the Preacher

...a weekly column answering your
questions with Biblical answers about life.

Dear Pastor Gallups, "In our church we recite the
"Apostles Creed." It says that Jesus went to Hell. Is that
true? H. H., Milton
Dear H.H.,
The original Apostles did not write the Apostles
Creed, but rather the early Christian church formulated the
creed several hundred years after the life of the apostles. It
was probably done to clearly state certain doctrinal beliefs
in order to combat early heresies threatening the church.
The portion of the Apostles. Creed that you reference
reads as follows;
I believe in God, the Father almighty,
creator of heaven and earth;
And in Jesus Christ His only Son our Lord...
He descended into hell
On the third day He rose again.
He ascended into heaven...
The phrase -"He descended into hell" translates the
phrase "He descended into Hades" in the original Greek
wording of the creed. Hades is often translated "hell" in
the English. Here is where the confusion takes place.
The Greek word Hades simply means... "the realm of
the dead." This realm of the dead is called Sheol in
Hebrew and Hades in Greek. Neither the word Sheol nor
the word Hades necessarily means "a place of punish-
ment." Often the word Hades is translated Hell, and of
course we attach to that word the meaning of eternal pun-
ishment.
When Jesus died on the cross, He promised to take the
thief on the cross into Paradise. Yet after His resurrection,
He told his followers that He had not yet ascended to the
Father. How can this be? The book of Hebrews clearly
answers this for us.
When Jesus died on the cross, he went to Paradise or
Heaven. He presented himself to the Old Testament saints
who "longed to see His day." He then resurrected from the
dead, appeared back on earth as He promised, then ascend-
ed back to Paradise and entered the Holy of Holies and
presented His blood and sacrifice to the Father. At that
moment the Holy of Holies was opened for all eternity to
all who are born again believers in Jesus Christ!
The Bible clearly teaches that to die outside of Jesus
Christ is to die into eternal punishment and separation
from God. Yet to die in Jesus Christ is to live in Paradise
forever!
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelo
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orlean
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an Internationa
Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. Fo
more information ahout HHBC, call 623-8959 or 26-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any question
for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hanmmock Baptist Church, 835



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Milton TPC date set


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.conif
Milton is fortunate to
have three PGA Tour profes-
sional who are former
Panthers.
Now the trio of Bubba
Watson, Heath Slocum, and
Boo Weekley are preparing
to give back with the first
ever Milton Triple Pro
Classic at Tanglewood Golf
Club.
The three-person scram-
ble will be April 5 and 6, but
there is more to this weekend
ahead than just golf, accord-
ing to Milton Golf Coach
and Athletic Director Murray
Rutledge.
"It if was for Bubba,
Heath and Boo we would not
be having this event," said
Rutledge. "I feel we are very
fortunate to have these pro
golfers willing to come back
and help the school and the
schools golf team."
Boo and Heath, both
1992 Milton grads, are
scheduled to be there, but
Bubba, a 1997 graduate
might decide to play the
Houston Shell Open that
weekend,
"We are not sure if
Bubba is going to go back to
Houston," said Rutledge.
"He tied for second there last
year.
"It is not easy to just pick
a date for a tournament like
this because there are so
many things going on and all
three are very busy."
Ironically all three are
expected to be together the
next week as they have qual-
ified to play at the Masters in
Augusta, .
When asked about the
thought of the number of
pros like Watson, Weekley,
and Slocum who have gradu-
ated from Milton, Rutledge
feels is come down to some
deep roots.
"We have been fortunate
at Milton to have a mix of
good athletes, good coaches,
and good parents supporting
these athletes," said
Rutledge. "It means even
more when they come back


Heath Slocum, Bubba Watson and Boo Weekley are playing a
major part in helping the Milton High golf program with the
first ever Milton TPC.
File photos
to give so much to help the three golfers grew up on,
school and the golf program along with a TPC Golf
particularly." Clinic at 5 p.m., which is
This three-person open to the public.
scramble will feature a prac- "There is no cost for the
tice round at Tanglewood, golf clinic and it will be a
which is the home course all great thing especially for the


younger golfers .or those
who are interested in play-
ing golf," said Rutledge.
Saturday will have shot-
gun starts at 7:30 a.m. and 1
p.m.
A social and dinner will
be held later that evening at
Skopelos On The Bay,
which will feature a ques-
tion and answer session for
the golfers hosted by
WEAR-TV's Dan Shugart
and a live auction.
"The auction will fea-
ture golf bags, trips, and
several other items that the
public and golf fans should
find very interesting," said
Rutledge. "The biggest
thing about the dinner is a
night with our pro golfers."
Also 'planned are DVD
presentations on the golfers.
The tournament will
conclude on Sunday with
shotgun starts at 7:30 a.m.
and 1 p.m. with prize pres-
entation after play is con-
cluded.
Your entry fees include
tournament entry; practice
round, tee gifts, Saturday
dinner, and on course bever-
ages.
The tournament will
help golfers continue their
education as they are look-
ing to offer a $10,000 schol-
arship to a boy or girl golfer
each year as well as help
with the equipment needed
for the Milton High golf
program.
"All three of these
young men have made
major commitments to the
tournament and the golf pro-
gram here at Milton High
School," said Rutledge. who
also serves as the golf
coach. "None of this would
be possible if it wasn't for
them.
"This is a really big
thing for a community this,
size to have such an event
and have three golfers play-
ing on the pro tour."
For more information on
the tournament or to register
for the tournament you can
go on-line at www.miltont-
pc.com.


Alina Ard'makes contact with a K.K. Howard offering in the
second inning, but the Lady Panthers could not manage a hit
as they lost to the Tate Aggies Friday at home 11-0 in, five
innings.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Baseball season


now in full swing


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.com
The seasons have swung
and softball as well as base-
ball are now underway after
a rough start to weather last
week.
Softball teams are a cou-
ple of weeks into their sea-
son, but the baseball teams
are now underway and both
Pace and Milton showed
some power.
The Panthers defeated
Pensacola High 16-1 on
Friday as they scored 12
runs in the final three
innings.
The Panthers were
ahead 4-1 in the first night
game at Pensacola High his-
tory when they had a five
run rally in the fifth and fin-
ished the game with six runs
in the top of the seventh.
Tad Reynolds went 6-
for-6 on the night with three
RBIs, while Roy, Moulder
and Austin Worley each
went 5-for-5.
Moulder had five RBIs,
while Worley scored three
runs.
Travis Allen pitched
four innings for the win as
he allowed one hit and one
run while fanning 11 Tigers.
Pace got off to a strong
start at home as they defeat-
ed Ft. Walton Beach 6-0.
Ryan Sorce worked five
innings and fanned six for
the win while Craig Brown
picked up the save.
Boon Shear had the big
bats for the Patriots going 2-
for-2 with 2 home runs and
four RBIs.
In softball Pace defeated
Pine Forest 14-4 on the road
Friday.
Katy Neal led the
slugfest with two home runs
as she went 4-for-5 with
four RBl's, but Kirstyn
Joiner got things rolling
with a two run shot that
scored Neal in the first
inning.
Joiner finished the game
going 2-for-5.
Pace pounded out 18
hits on the night with


Brittney Dowdle accounting.
for three hits and Bailey
Dowdle and McKenzie
Vaughn accounting for two
hits each.
Vaughn also added three
RBIs.
Kira Orr improved to 2-
0 on the season as she went
four and one-third innings
for the win while striking
out six.
Neal picked up the save
and fanned seven in relief.
On. Thursday Pace
defeated Gulf Breeze 12-0
at home.
The sweetheart of a win
came in only five innings as
Neal recorded her first no-
hitter of the season by going
the distance and striking out
13.
Neal also helped her
cause with a home run while
going l-for-4 at the plate
with four RBIs.
Shelby Brooks, Lizzie
Gunter and Vaughn all went
2-for-2 at the plate.
'In Milton things did not
go so well for the Lady
Panthers of Milton who fell
to Tate 11-0 in five innings.
Milton's only base run-
ner came as K.K. Howard
issued one pass to first base.
The Aggies capitalized
on five Milton errors on the
night as they were staked to
an early 2-0 lead in the sec-
ond inning and extended it
to 4-0 by the top half of the
third.
Alyssa Larson allowed
nine hits in four innings of
work and struck out three,
while allowing only three
earned runs.
In tennis Washington
swept Milton in both match-
es 7-0 at Washington High
School.
On Thursday Pace
defeated Washington in girls
tennis action 4-3, while the
boys fell to Washington 7-0.
Kara Metty Kayla Metty
and Kelly Kessler recorded
single wins, while the dou-
ble teams of Kayla Metty
and Kessler secured the
match win.


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Sports


Sports


United Way Fishing
Tournament: The United
Way of Santa Rosa County
and AIG-Anmerican General
will hold a bass fishing
tournament 'Fishin' on a
Mission' April 12 at River
Run Marina in Milton.
Registration is $100 per
boat, individual or team and
is currently underway.
The Three Rivers B ass
Club of Milton will assist
with the event.
United Way of Santa
Rosa County is also seeking
sponsors for the event.
For more information
or to become a sponsor call
623-4570.
Pace High
Cheer lead n g
Applications; Applications
for the 2008-09 cheerlead-
ing squad at Pace Hgih
School are available at the
Pace High Athletic Office.
These applications may
also be downloaded from
the school's website
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us/ph,
s.
Applications are due by
March 12th.
Riders for Relay: The
sixth annual Riders for
Relay event will be held at
East Milton Park on March
22.
The event, which will
raise funds for the Bennett
Russell Elementary Relay
for Life Team, will begin at
10 a.m. and run through
8:30 p.m.
This western themed
festival games will feature.
the crowning of the king
and queen of the rodeo,
chute doggin, the Disxie
Darter Drill Team, and a
barn dance with live enter-
tainment.
Horseback riders will
pay $5 for each Gymkhana
event, professional barrell
racers will pay $25, and
chute doggin' will have a
$30 entry feel, but this is
free to the public.
For more information
call 983-7000, ext. 3.
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 31Ist.
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.nm. or on
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m.
Registration will con-
tinue 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
registering.
For more information
call 983-5466.
For more information
visit www.parayouth--
sports.com.
Gospel Projects:
Registration for T-ball,
softball, 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 interest-
ed in coaching or umpiring
call 623-4671.
East Milton Youth
Soccer: Registration 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 avail-
able and the number of chil-
dren registered per age


group.
They are also in need of
volunteer coaches and
workers.
For more information
contact EMYA Soccer
Director at 994-8510.
EMYA. Elections: East
Milton Youtth Association
will be conducting the elec-
tions for its officers and
directors for the 2008-09
year.
If you or someone you
know is interested in being,
part of the E.M.Y.A, you are
urged to attend the March 3
and the April 7 meetings.
Elections will be held at
the May 5 meeting.
All meetings get under-
way at 6:30 p.m. in the
board room a tthe East
Milton Ball Park.
Your interest and sup-
port is much apprecaited.
For more information
and to nominate someone
you can visit their website at
ww w. eas t m i 1ton y o u th -
sports.com.
Ten Star Basketball
Camp: Applications are
now being evaluated for the
Ten Star All Star Summer
Basketball Camp.
This camp is by invita-
-tion only and boys as well as
girls ages 10-19 are eligible
to apply.
College basketball,
scholarships are possible for
players selected to the All-
American Team. Camp. For
more information call 704-
373-0873,.
Soccer tryouts: The
Panama City Pirates are
holding open tryouts for
their men's PDL team for
the 2008 season.
The tryout will be
March 8 at 1 p.m. at the
Renedage Sports Center in
Panama City. Fla.
For more information
call :850-248-0380 or 850-
248-4665.
More activities can be
found at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


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7:06 AM Moon set
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5:42 PM Sunt set
6:22 PM 0.21 Feet
7:26 PM Moon rise

Saturday. February 23, 2008
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6:22 AM Sun rise
6:50 AM 0.21 Feet
7:34 AM Moon set
1:07 PM 0.53 Feet
5:43 PM Suni set
8:23 PM Moon rise
8:32 PM 0.07 Fdet
Sunday. February 24, 2008
3:00 AM 0.26 Feel
4:46 AM 0.26 Feel
6:21 AM Sun rise
8:02 AM Moon set
1:01 PM 0.73 Feet
5:44 PM Sun set


Friday, February 22, 2008
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6:22 AM Sun rise
7:05 AM Moon set
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- 5:41 PM Sun set
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Saturday, February 23, 2008
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6:21 AM Sun rise
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4:33 PM -0.02 Feet
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8:21 PM Moon rise
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Sunday, February 24, 2008
4:12 AM 0.11 Feet .
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8:00 AM Moon set
10:12 AM 0.51 Feet,
5:42 PM Sun set
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All-Star



Soccer



game



tonight

Press Gazette Staff
Report
The Pensacola Sports
Association is set to host the-
2nd Annual PSA High
School All-Star Soccer
Games tonight at the
Brosnaham Sportsplex
Soccer Stadium in
Pensacola.
All-star high school sen-
iors from Escambia County
will again battle all-stars
from Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties schools,
continuing PSA's East 'vs.
West format..- The Girls-
West Team, coached by
Tony Gage of Tate High
School, meets the Girls-East
Team coached by Pace High
School's Joey Goodwin at
5:30 p.m. and the Boys-
West Team, coached by
Pensacola High School's
Joe Grundin will face
Navarre High's B. J. Price's
Boys-East Team at 7:30.
The matches are sup-
ported by a grant from the
Pensacola Sports
Association Foundation:
Representing Milton in
the girls match will be Rosa
Flores and Hannah Brooks.
Ginger Mears will rep-
resent the Lady Patriots on
the East Squad coached by
Goodwin.
Matt Shouppe will rep-
resent the Panthers on the
boys side.
Pace's Ross Wyatt will
represent the Patriots on the
East squad.
The players and rosters
are subject to change.
All teams were set to
practice on Monday, but
there was no way to confirm
this due to the President's
Day Holiday.


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6:22 AM Sunt rise
7:06 AM Moon set
9:34 AM 0.04 Feel
3:38 PM 0.37 Feet
5:41 PM Sun set
7:25 PM Moon rise

Saturday, February 23, 2008
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6:21 AM Sun rise
7:33 AM Moon set
8:37 AM 0.26 Feet
2:47 PM 0.63 Feet
5:42 PM Sun set
8:22 PM Moon rise
10:19 PM 0.09 Feet

Sunday, February 24, 2008
4:40 AM 0.32 Feet
6:20 AM Sun rise
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8:01 AM Moon set
2:41 PM 0.88 Feet
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Whiting Field Golf
Course
Whiting Field
Golf Association.

Dogfights
Feb. 10, 2008
A Flight Points: 1.
Terrance Pullin (+11), 2.
(tie) Del Stevens and
Tracy Bice (+6)
B Flight Points: 1. David
Jensen (+7), 2. Danny
Sauls (+5), 3. (tie) George
Valdespino and John
Willis (+4).

Dogfights
Feb. 14, 2008'
A Flight Net: 1. Jay Arthur
(67), 2. Jim Crooke (69), 3.
(tie) Sam Copeland, Joe
Gough, and Steve
Hoomes (70).

Dogfights
Feb, 16, 2008
A Flight Points: 1. Roger
Doss (+8), 2. (tie) Troy
Doss and Del Stevens
(+5).
B Flight" Points: 1. Roger
Matlock (+12), 2. Jim
Albritton (+11), 3. David
Bray (+7).
C Flight Points: 1. Donnly
Mullins (+7), 2. (tie) Jessee
DeLeon and George
Valdespino (+4).

Monday Night Mixed .
Oops Alley
Feb. 11, 2008

High Game Men: Dave
Harwick 251
High Game Women:
Shirley Wise 199
High Game Team; Three
Gents and Queen 825
High Series Men: Danny
Thompson 695
High Series Women:
Karen Leath 503
High Series Team: Three
Gents and Queen 2354
Overall League
Standings: 1.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 15-5, 2. It
Doesn't Matter 14-6, 3.
Fun Bunch 14-6, 4. Three
Gents and Queen 13-7, 5.
Super Friends 12-8, 6.
Dang's Crew 12-8, 7. Pin
Action 11-9, 8. Three and
One 11-9, 9. We Wuz
Robbed 11-9, 10.
Incredible 11-9, 11. Strike
Force 11-9, 12. Damn 10
Pin 10-10, 13. Strike Force
II 9-11, 14. Dave's Gang
9-11, 15. New Recruits 9-
11, 16. Split Happens 7-
13, 17. Fantastic Four 6-
14, 18. M and J's 6-14, 19.
The Wabbly Balls 6-14,
20. The Broken Balls 3-17.

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
Feb. 12, 2008

High Game Men: Richard
Blackmon 250
High Game Women:
Brenda Gilley 209
High Game Team: F.O.G.
685
High Series Men: Richard
Blackmon 686
High Series Women:
Brenda Gilley 553
High Series Team: F.O.G.
1990

Overall League
Standings: 1. The Strike
Force 54-30, 2. Just One
Drop 50-34, 3. Optimists
44-40, 4. Unpredictables
44-40, 5. The Extremists
4'3-41, 6. Mattinators 43-
41, 7. Lucky Strikes 41.5-
42.5, 8. F.O.G. 37-47, 9.


The Strike Team 34.5-
49.5, 10. Under the
Influence 29-55.

Twilighters League
Avalon Bowling Center
Feb. 14, 2008

High Game Men: Manny
Guico 279
High Game Women:
Betty Hamm 198
High Game Team:
E.N.V.Y. 855
High Series Men: DAve
Harwick 726
High Series Women: Pat
Booth 504
High Series Team: Happy
Four- 2372

Overall League
Standings: 1. U-Bang-E
15-5, 2. The Dream Team
'15-5, 3. Two and Two
13.5-6.5, 4. Family Affair
13.5-6.5, 5. Spit Fire 13-7,
6. Cabbies 13-7, 7.
Trouble Again 12.5-7.5, 8.
Happy Four 12-8, 9. Yee
Haw 12-8, 10. Sliders 12-
8, 11. The Big Quarters
11.5-8.5, 12. We Wuz
Robbed 11-9, 13. Jane's
Crew 11-98, 14. E-N-V-Y
9-11, 15. Strike Force 9-
11, 16. Split Happens 9-
11, 17. We Try Hard 8.5-
11.5, 18. The Striking Four
7-13, 19. Damn 10 Pin 6-
14, 20. M and J's 6-14, 21.
Incredibles 6-14, 22.
Family Matters 5-15, 23.
Blue Jays 5-15, 24. The
Last Team 4.5-15.5.

Opps Saturday Youtth,
League
Oops Alley
Feb. 16, 2008

Boys Division 1 Scratch
Game: Ryan Vinson 204
Boys Division 1 Scratch
Series: Ryan Vinson 570
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Game: Clayton Gagliano -
209
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Series: Clayton Gagliano -
482
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Game: Jason Nail 165
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Series: Jason Nail 482
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Game: Wayne English -
150
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Series: Wayne English -
416
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Game: Brian Godwin -
131
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Series: Brian Goidwin -
352
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Game: Trey Tomey 107
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Series: Trey Tomey 295
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Game: Stephanie
Heitman 162
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Series: Stephanie
Heitman 418
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Game: Aerial Viars 92
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Series: Aerial Viars 253
Girls Division 6 Scratch
Game: Amanda Sizemore
84
Girls Division 6 Scratch
Series: Amanda Sizemore
229

Overall League
Standings: 1. Strike Inc.
19-5, 2. Strike Force 18-6,
3. Fantastic Four 12-12, 4.
Patriots 10-14, 5. Strike
Force Kids 9.5-14.5, 6. Pin
Crushers 3.5-20.5.


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Wednesuay-~ riuarv 20. YUtrn


Business Review


An optometrist with extraordinary vision!




Berryhill Eye Care now offering some of the most



technologically advanced eye care around in Milton


By OBIE CRAIN
ocraini@srpressgazette.cont
That's how many
patients, colleagues, and
interested professionals and
individuals "see" Dr. Emily
Whitman, Optometrist, who
just this past December
opened her private practice
here in offices equipped
with some of the most tech-
nologically advanced,
vision related equipment
utilized in the "eye care"
industry today.
The extent of Dr.
Whitman's investment in
both the high tech equip-
ment and humanitarian
involvement in the compre-
hensive services offered to
her patients, profiles her as a
dedicated, committed, and
caring young woman as well
as a professional eye care
specialist.
Located at 6096
Berryhill Road (at the north-
west corner of Northrup
Road in the former Tom
weekly Pharmacy location)
Berryhill Eye Care is
designed as an ultimate one-
stop, complete eye care
facility. From comprehen-
sive eye examinations to a
complete pair of eye glasses
or contact lenses, to emer-
gency services for eye infec-
tions and eye injuries,
patients can' expect to
receive the best of care from
an experienced and profes-
sional staff that has their
welfare foremost in mind.
"When we do eye
exams, we refuse to cut cor-
ners," Dr. Whitman said.
"We always schedule ample
time so you will never feel
rushed." These eye exami-
nations include checking
your eyes inside and out for
glaucoma, cataracts, and all
other eye diseases as well as
high blood pressure, dia-
betes, and other systemic
diseases, she explained.
She also talked about
the rapidly changing tech-


nology in the eye care
industry. "We utilize the lat-
est in diagnostic equipment
and are committed to keep-
ing up with whatever
advances will come next,"
she said.
Some of the ultrahigh
tech instruments that Dr.
Whitman has chosen to
install in her practice
includes the Stratus OCT
(Optical. Coherence
Tomography), technology
enabling her to visualize
cross-sections of retinal tis-
sue with axial resolutions of
(plus or minus) 10 microns
and transverse resolution of
20 microns. Such technical
terms may be confusing to
some, but the bottom line is
that the equipment is some
of the most sensitive avail-
able in the eye care industry
today and is not available at
any other eye-care practice
in Milton.
With this instrument
"...doctors diagnose many
ocular diseases in mere sec-
onds, which before might
have required much more
time and effort to uncover,"
explained Joel Emerson, a
Stratus OCT clinical appli-
cation specialist.
The technician went a
step further in explaining
the instrument. "Just think
of the Stratus as doing the
same thing as your ultra-
sound scans, but using light
instead of sound," he said.
"Light is faster and has
shorter wavelengths than
sound, so the images pro-
duced by the scan are more
detailed or of higher resolu-
tion." In other words, it
works sort of like ultra-
sound, except that it uses
light instead of sound, he
explained.
At Berryhill Eye Care
they also fabricate your eye
glasses using the latest
equipment. This same fabri-
cation process is designed to
maintain and repair your


glasses should they become
broken or damaged.
"We are able to provide
you with any frame or lens-
es design available," Dr.
Whitman said. "Our highly
qualified optician and staff
are able to adjust and fit
your glasses to you for
extended comfort and
vision. And most any indi-
vidual will be pleased to
find something to his or her
liking.
There are designer lines,
safety frames, sport frames,
kids frames, sunglasses,
spring hinges, and light-
weight space-age designs.
And everything is available
in a large selection! Add to
these specialized items such
features as thin, lightweight
lenses, progressive lenses,
computer lenses, transition
lenses, special tints, antire-
flection coatings, and ultra-
violet protection. Does that
sound comprehensive, or'
what!
At Berryhill Eye Care
patients can expect to
receive emergency services
for eye. infections and eye
injuries. The number to call
during office hours is (850)
623-4444, but if the emer-
gency occurs after hours or
on weekends, the emer-
gency number is (850) 292-
7062. "Our staff will work
with you to schedule an
appointment as soon as pos-
sible," Dr. Whitman said.
Treatments for dry eyes,
and low vision services for
people who have lost eye-
sight*due to injuries or eye
diseases, are also addressed.
Dr. Whitman says that her
office can 'direct those who
have low vision problems to
products that will help them
carry on the day-to-day
tasks that they need to per-
form. These are handled on
an individual basis and
should be discussed during
an appointment.
If by chance you think


j.


Berryhill Eye Care is a patient.friendly facility where you will be received and assisted in a kind
and courteous fashion. Dr. Emily J. Whitman, OD (left) or her assistants Heidi Howard (center)
or Brittany Cooper will assist you with the attention you deserve.


Dr. Whitman is going that
extra mile for her patients,
you're right. But consider
just who she is.
Dr. Whitman (Emily, to
so many of those who have
known her all her life) grad-
uated from Pace High
School in 2000 and contin-
ued her education at
Harding University in
Searcy, Arkansas. She grad-
uated magna cum laud from
Southern College of
Optometry in Memphis,
Tennessee in 2006 and
immediately returned to the
community to serve.
You see. Dr. Whitman
was born and raised in
Milton, the daughter of
Doug and Jolynda Webster.


Her father is a prominent
dentist in the community,
and he and her mother are
the owners of Milton
Storage Center as well.
Dr. Whitman met her
husband, Chris N. Whitman,
during her undergraduate
years at Harding University.
While Dr. Whitman con-
ducts her practice in Milton,
Chris pursues his career as a
financial strategist with
Guernsey & Associates, The
Financial Professionals,
located at 6704-A Plantation
Road in Pensacola.
Dr. Whitman is now
accepting new patients with
some same-day appoint-
ments available. Traditional
office hours are from 9 a.m.


Photo by Obie Crain
to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday. However, on the sec-
ond Saturday of each month,
arrangements have been
made to have the office
remain open from 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m for the conven-
ience of those who cannot
negotiate the regular hours.
Arrangements are also
being made to remain open
until 7 p.m. one Thursday
evening each month. Call
for details.
You are welcome to call
or visit Berryhill Eye Care
any time. Dr. Whitman's
assistants, Brittany Cooper
or Heidi Howard will most
likely be your first respon-
ders at (850) 623-4444. It's
a patient friendly number!


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INVITATION TO BID Sealed
Bids Will Be Received From
Pre-qualified Contractors By The
Santa Rosa County School
Board, At The Office Of The As-
sistant Superintdedent For Ad-
ministrative Services, 6544 Fire-
house Road Upstairs Confer-
ence Room fMaintenance Build-
ing) 8501983-5123 Milton,
Florida, Until 2:15 PM, Local
Time, TUESDAY 'ebruary 26
200, At Which Time And
Place All Bids Will Be Publicly
Opened And Read Aloud, For
The Construction Of "JAY HIGH
SCHOOL -NEW PRESS BOX
AT FOOTBALL STADIUM" For
The School Board Of Santa
Rosa County, Florida.
Any Bids Received After Closing
Will Be Returned Unopened.
All contractors for educational
facilities are hereby notified that
to be eligible to bid on school
projects they must be
pre-qualified. Contact the Board
at the above address for infor-
mation on pre-qualifyina.
Documents May Be "Secured
From STOA ARCHITECTS 121
East Government Street, Pensa-
cola, Florida 32502 Upon A
Deposit Of $200.00 Per Set.
Deposit Will Be Refunded Pro-
vided That Plans And Specifi-
cations Are Returned In Good
Order To The Architect Within
Seven (7} Days After Bid Date
And, Further Provided That The
Contractor Submit A Bona Fide
Bid.
Bids shall be submitted on the
form supplied by the Architect,
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Sale entered oi January 17
2008 in this case now pending
in said Court, the style of which
,s indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash in the SANTA
ROSA County Courthouse The
Front Door of Santa Rosa
County Courthouse ,865
Caroline Street, Milton
Florida 32570 at 11 00
a.m on the 5 day of March
200 the following described
Roperr as set forth in said Or-
der or Final Judgment, to-wit
SEE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "A"
FOR LEGAL DESCRIPTION


.1104 d ...l.04. .-G
ING AND REPLACING OR-
Legal 2/211 DINANCE NOS. 948, 966
AND 1048 RELATING TO
NOTICE OF INTENT TO MEDICAL INSURANCE FOR
CONSIDER AN ORDI- RETIRED EMPLOYEES, PRO-
NANCE VIDING FOR CONTINUED
AVAILABIUTY OF HEALTH
The reading and adoption of INSURANCE FOR RETIRED
the following proposed Ordi- EMPLOYEES AS A PART OF
nuances by tle Board of County THE CITY EMPLOYEES
Comnmissione of Santa Rosa GROUP PROVIDING FOR
County, is scheduled for 9:30 PARTIAL FUNDING OF RE-
a.m., March 13, 2008, in the TIRED EMPLOYEES HEALTH
Commissioners meeting room at INSURANCE PREMIUMS,
the Administrative Complex, PROVIDING FOR TERMI-
6495 Caroline Street, Milton, NATION OF PARTIAL PRE-
Florida. MIUM PAYMENT WHEN
OTHER GROUP HEALTH
AN ORDINANCE, RELATING INSURANCE COVERAGE IS
TO SANTA ROSA COUNTY, AVAILABLE PROVIDING
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDI- FOR UTILIZATION OF MED-
NANCE 2006-38 AMEND- CARE SUPPLEMENT COV-
ING SECTION TWO CERTIFI- ERAGE BY ELIGIBLE
CATE OF COMPETENCY DEFI- FORMER EMPLOYEES PRO-
NITIONS; PROVIDING FOR VIDING FOR INSURANCE
DEFINITION OF A SPECIALTY COVERAGE ELIGIBILITY
ELECTRIC CONTRACTOR: FOR FORMER ELECTED OF-
AMENDING SECTION THREE FICIALS WITH 12 YEARS
EXAMINATION AND LICENS- SERVICE' PROVIDING FOR
ING REQUIREMENTS; PROVID- ANNUAL REVIEW OF THIS
ING FOR CODIFICATION ORDINANCE AND AMEND-
AND PROVIDING AN EFFEC- MENT IF NECESSARY, PRO-
TIVE DATE VIDING FOR SEVERABIUTY
AND PROVIDING AN EF-
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING FECTIVE DATE.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
FOR PUBLIC PARKS AND REC- This Ordinance is on file in the
REATIONAL FACILITIES IN City Clerk's office tforinspec-
SANTA ROSA COUNTY tion Any interested party may
AMENDING ORDINANCE appear at Ihe meeting and be
200511 ALLOWING ALCO- heard with respect to the pro-
HOLIC BEVERAGES IN NA- posed Ordinances
VARRE PARK BY STATE REC- d c
OGNIZED NON-PROFIT OR- This the 1311r'day of February,
GANIZATIONS, REQUIRING 2008.
PROPER LICENSING AND
INSURANCE PROVIDING FOR /s/DEWITT NOBLES
CODIFICATION- PROVIDING Cty Clerk
FOR SEVERABILITY: AND PRO,
HIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE 022008 .
DATE, 022008
22213


These proposed Ordinances
may be inspected by the public
prior to the above scheduled
meeting at the Office of the
Clerk of Courts, BOCC Support
Services Department, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida.
All interested parties should
take notice that i they decide to
appeal any decision made by
the Board of County Commis-
sioners with respect to any mat-
ter comma before said Board at
said meeningo it is their individ-
ual responsibility to insure that a
record of the proceedings the),
are appealing exists and For
such purposelhey will need to
insure that a verbatim record of
the proceeding is made, which
record shall include the testi-
mony and the evidence upon
which their appeal is to be
based. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to tese pro-
posed ordinances.
022008
022008
2 21_


EXHIBIT "A"
ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND
SITUATE IN SANTA ROSA Legal 2/212
COUNTY, FLORIDA, VIZ:


LOT NO. 36 COMMENC-
ING AT THE S.W. CORNER
OF SECTION 18, T2N TAL-
LAHASSEE MERIDIAN;
THENCE IN A NORTHERLY
DIRECTION ALONG
R27W/R28W, 854.23
FEET- THENCE N 26-21'30"
E, 2693.43 FEET; THENCE S
6338'30" E, 50 FEET TO
THE EAST RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF STATE HIGHWAY
191 TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING; THENCE CON-
TINUING S 63"38'30" E,
660 FEET; THENCE N
26'2130" E, 330 FEET;
THENCE N 63'38'30" W
660 FEET MORE OR LESS
TO THE EAST RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF STATE HIGH-


Legal 2/214
NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR-
DINANCE ENACTMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Please be advised that on the
1 1th day of March 2008 at
5 n p1 CS at the City
' room at the
Sr. M:, ,, : -- Dixon Street,
in he Cit of Milton, Florida,
there vwil be proposed for en-
actment an Ordinance whose ti.


1,104-.-.. ... 1104...-.,
tie is as follows: FOR EMPLOYEE RANGES,
PROVIDING FOR PRO-
ORDINANCE No. 1275-08 GRESSION OF EMPLOYEES
WITHIN THE SALARY TA-
AN ORDINANCE AMEND- BLE, PROVIDING FOR PO-
ING THE CODE OF ORDI- SITION RECLASSIFICATION,
NANCES OF THE CITY OF PROVIDING FOR NEW EM-
MILTON; AMENDING THE PLOYEES PROVIDING FOR
CLASSIFIED SALARY TABLE PROMOTION PROVIDING
OF THE CITY OF MILTON- FOR DEMOTION PRO-
ADOPTING A NEW PAY VIDING FOR RETURN OF
RANGE SCHEDULE; PRO- FORMER EMPLOYEES, PRO-
VIDING FOR THE ANNUAL VIDING FOR TEMPORARY
SALARY OF THE CITY EMPLOYMENT WITHIN A
CLERK AND CITY MAN- HIGHER POSITION PRO-
AGER; AND PROVIDING VIDING FOR EFFECT OF
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. LEAVE WITHOUT PAY,
PROVIDING FOR CAREER
This Ordinance is on file in the INCENTIVE PAY PROVID-
City Clerk's office for inspec- ING FOR SEVERABILITY
tion. Any interested party may AND PROVIDING FOR AN
appear at the meeting and be EFFECTIVE DATE.
heard with respect to the pro-
posed Ordinance This Ordinance is on file in the


This the 13th day of February,
2008.
/s/DEWITT NOBLES
City Clerk
022008
022008
2/214


ity Clerk's office for inspec-
tion. Any interested party may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to the pro-
posed Ordinance.
This the 13th day of February,
2008.
/s/DEWITT NOBLES
City Clerk


022008
Legal 2/215 022008


FROM $50.00 TO $40.00,
REENACTING ALL OTHER
PROVISIONS THEREOF
AND PROVIDING AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE.
This Ordinance is on file in the
City Clerk's office for inspec-
tion. Any interested party may
appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to the pro-
posed Ordinance.
This the 13th day of February,
2008.
/s/DEWITT NOBLES
City Clerk
022008
022008
2/216
Legal 2/217
NOTICE OF PROPOSED OR-
DINANCE ENACTMENT
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Please be advised that on the
11th day of March, 2008 at
5:01 p.m. CST, at the City
Council meeting room at the
City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street,
in the City of Milton, Florida,
there will 'be proposed for en-
actment an Ordinance whose li-
tle is as follows:


TO WHOM IT MAY CON- Legal2/216 ORDINANCENo.1272-08
CERN: AN ORDINANCE EXTEND-
Please be advised that on the CEF RO ED OR- ING THE TERRITORIAL
11 th day of March, 2008 at ANCEEACTMENT LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
5"-l city MILTON FLORIDA BY AN-
51. ~, 1 rST at the City TO WHOM IT MAY CON- NEXATIbN; PROVIDING
C....i ,.., room a the CERN: THE ZONING CLASSIFICA-
in lie Ctof Milton, Florida TION; PROVIDING FOR
tIhere ilbe proposed r n Please be advised that on the SEVERABIUTY REPEALING
there will e proposed or en 11th day of March, 2008 at ALL'ORDINANCES IN CON-
acteni as followsinance whose 5:01 pm., CST, at the City FUCT HEREWITH AND PRO-
Council meeting room at the VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
ORDINANCE #1274-08 Cit Hall of67 Dixon Street, DATE.
tyIof Milton, Florida,
AN ORDINANCE REPEAL- there willbe proposed for en- This Ordinance is on file in the
ING AND REPLACING OR- actment an Ordinance whose ti- City Clerk's office for inspec-
DINANCE NUMBERS 1082 tie is as follows: tion. Any interested party may
Appear at the meeting and be
1091 AND 1181-05 POVIDIN ORDINANCE No. 1273-08 heard with respect to the pro-
THAT Al EMPLOYEES OFposed Ordinance.
THE CITY SHALL BE COM- AN ORDINANCE AMEND-p
PENSATED IN ACCORD- ING ORDINANCE NO. This the 13th day of February,
ANCE WITH THE SALARYTH 1244-07 BYEDAMENDINGBU2008
TABLE AS APPROVED AN- THE SCHEDULE OF BUSI-
NUALLY BY THE CITY NESS TAXES TO REDUCE /s/DEWITT NOBLES
COUNCIL, PROVIDING FOR THE BUSINESS TAX FOR City Clerk
A SEPARATE SALARY TA- RETAIL SALES, INDEPEND-
BLE FOR POLICE AND FIRE ENT CONTRACTORS MINI 022008
POSITIONS, PROVIDING MALL EACH VENDOR 3 8


The City of Milton will receive
sealed bids until 2:00 p.m
Wednesday, March 5, 2008,
at City Hall, 6738 Dixon Street,
Milton, FL 32570 for demolition
of an accessory structure 1o-
cated at 6758 North Avenue
Parcel
34-2N-28-0000-214 000000
All bids must include a copy of
liability insurance certificate in
the amount of $1,000,000.00;
State of Florida Workman's
Compensation and must be a
certified and licensed demoli-
tion contractor by Santo Rosa
County. Please address bids to
the attention of the .-. k ,-. -
Department. The bi .11 L.
opened in Conference Room B
o City Hall.


WAY 191- THENCE ON A Specifications can be obtained
SOUTH ST A ERLY DIREC- from the City of Milton's Pur-
TION ALONG SAID RIGHT chasing Department located at
OF WAY LINE 330 FEET 6738Depixon Strment For more
MORE OR LESS TO THE information, please contact the
POINT OF BEGINNING City's Purchasn Deartment a
ALL LYING AND BEING IN 850 983540. he C of
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, Milton reserves the righl to ref-
FLORIDA. use any and all bids.
a/k/a: 6812 MUNSON 022008
HWY., MILTON, FL 32570 02008
ANY PERSON CLAIMING 212
AN INTEREST IN THE SUR-
PLUS FROM THE SALE IF
ANY, OTHER THAN THE Legal 2/213
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS TI&C OO RB
PENDENS MUST tILE A PI 'E TM
CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.60 DAYSTO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
ENTERED at SANTA ROSA
County, Florida, this 22 day of Please be advised that on the
JANUARY, 2008, 1 1th day of March, 2008 at
5:01 p.m., CST, at Ihe City
MARY M. JOHNSON Council meeting room at the'
As Clerk Circuit Court City Hall at 6738 Dixon Street,
SANTA IOSA, Florida in the City of Milton, Florida,
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL there will be proposed for en-
By: Brandy Norris actment on Ordinance whose ti-
As Deputy Clerk tie is as follows:
021308 ORDINANCE # 1276-08
022008
21174AN ORDINANCE REPEAL-


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 57-2008-CP-36
Division BERGOSH
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN CLANCY WRIGLEY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of John Clancy Wrigley, de-
ceased, whose date of death
was January 17, 2008 is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Santa Rosa County, Florida
Probate Division the address of
which is 6495 aroline Street,
Milton, Florida 32570. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate on whom q copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors, of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733 702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 121 YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is February 20,
2008.
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Florida Bar No.: 04051
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4459-A Hlw 90
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Attorney for Personal Repre-
setative
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:': Representative
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both for $1600. Side by
side.
Call 623-6481.
Leave message.



Go Cart or
Mini Bike
to fix up fr youn son
please all B64-5745.
Leave message if no
answer


Looking for singers,
musicians, bands and
g oups for conceit on
arch 1st. In the Oaks
and Under the Stars. Tal-
ent Contest. For more in-
formation call 623-1767


n Sale
market
Market


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


r '4 100 ,
Drivers:
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up to
$900/wk, Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
1-866-280-5309


SABAL HOUSE
ASSISTED LIVING
Locally Owned Assisted
Living seeking mature
person with excellent
cooking skills and proven
track record. Approx 30
hours per week
Call 477-1312 or
626-9901 or apply in
person at 150 Crossville
Street, Cantonment, Fl
32533




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6140 House Rentals
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6170 Mobile Holme/Loet
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rontals
6200 Vacation Rentals


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Milton
3/1 6507 Bonner Ave.
behind Rhodes Elemen-
tary recently renovated.
$750/deposit, $50/app
fee. Background/credit
check. Showing by ap-
pointment only. 1 year
lease preferred. Call:
626-4266 to schedule
appointment.

Milton
Large Duplex, inside
laun ry hook-up, new tile
and carpet. 2BR BA.
No pets. $630/mth
$630/deposit.
292-9550

Pace
2/1 Brick threeplex all
ceramic tile, stove, frig,
D/W, laundry hook ups.
Non-smoking environ-
'ment. Water included.
$575/mth. 626-2928




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Milton
Glover Lane. Unfurnished
room with private bath.
Refria & microwave
avaiPable. No laundry fa-
cilities, pets, alcohol,
drugs. Must have cell
phone and vehicle. Cell:
1850)206-1299
(11am-11pm)
Milton/Munson
Long or short term.
Quiet non-smoking envi-
ronment. Kitchen laun-
dry, utilities, satellite TV,
fax, internet, unlimited
long distance included.
$295/mth. 9574616


L 6170
2 br 1 ba MH $475
mo+dep. & ref. Section 8
accepted 850-499-7412
850-537-6222
Chumuckla
2/1 14 ftx 60 ft.
$450/rent $300/dep.
994-2877
East Milton
1/BR 1/BA perfect for
a single person.
Washer/dryer and
Sarbae included.
0425/mth $350/dep.
626-0006
East Milton
3/BR 2/BA, CH/A,
newly remodeled, DW
with large storage shed,
& above ground pool.
Lake access, fenced
yard. Lease, references,
deposit. Non-smokers.
$750/mth. 623-9623


Milton
for lease
4-Office
$350 &
ties. 85(

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App. 6C
App. 9C
App 14'
App 17'
App 20'
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7100 Homes
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190- Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



WE BUY HOUSES
www.highroadinvestment
Colt today
850-324-0494
Allentown
Large 2BR/1B brick
home with expansion
possibilities on 5 im-
proved acres w/view.
1371 sq.ft. LA.; 2474
under roof. Paved street,
den, storm shelter huge
screen porch, built-ins.
8901 Echo Lane.
$155K. 6234981
East Milton
1 V2 year old brick
home. 3/ 2-car garage.
$150,000. Payments un-
der $900 a month for
qualified buyers. Call for
details. 384-9405
Milton
All closing costs paid.
3/2 1378 sq ft. new car-
pet and paint.
$129,900.
866-660-3131


NEW ,OA V
Milton New price Moti-
vated Seller. $114,500.
Near Milton High School
& NAS Whiting. Nice
1 800 sf brick' home.
New carpet and paint.
Fenced backyard. Move
in ready! Keller Williams
Really. 324-9930.
Navarre
Beautiful and well main-
tained all brick home in
the heart of,Navarre.-
Just minutes to the base
and the beaches.- This
home offers 1582 sqft
with 3BR and 2BA and
2 car arage.- You
will find a very open
split floor plan with a
magnificent kitchen fea-
turing beautiful appli-
ances (including refrig-
erdtor) and tons of
counter and cabinet
space including a cen-
ter island.- There is
also a very large back-
yard that is fully
fenced.~ You will not
want to miss out on the
opportunity to see or
own this lovely home.,
Offered at only
$189900. MLS
#481226.- Call today
to see for yourself.~
Jodi Van Wagner/
Coldwell Banker United
850-723-1907.


6100 6140
Available now:
Office Space Clean, newly painted
DM 1 600sqft home. Country
s, various sizes setting in the city. CH&A,
u includes utili- washer/dryer hook-up.
)-255-4004 Rent $775/$500 de-
posit. Call:
850-981-9695
Warehouse J,
available Huge 21 lare fenced yard.
! call $650/mfli
date: 675-0604
D0 sq ft for $250 Milton
00 sq ft for $375 3/2 stove and refrig.
00 sq ft for $575 6224 Glenwood
00 sq ft for 775 $700/mth, $700/dep.
00 sq ft for $900 623-4626 or 777-9701
00 sq ft for Pace
34 3 3BR/1.5BA, clean
brick home, laundry
room pantry, ceiling
fans, CH/A, no pets.
S$750/deposit,
900/discounted rent.
11 1207-7803
Pace
ties included. 5 Points area, 3/2, sun
business district on room, fire place, privacy
large fireplace, $125/mth $800dep.
lining room, (850)25 m .90
bar with butcher (850)255-2590
ble. Approved for Pace
abilities, com- Rent to own.
rnished, cable, Below Market Price.
owave, small ap- 1400 s ft. 3/2, call for
private parking. details. 94-8035
0 + deposit. Must Pea Ri
ferences, 3/2GR, qarae,
3-8195 App. fenced yara. NO PETSI
idy Feb. 9th. $900/mth $900/dep.
994-8035
Pensacola
4/2 all ceramic tile.
ck duplex all c- $950/mnth $50/dep.
e, stove, fri., $250 pet deposit non re-
hundryo hol ups tundable. Month to
d yard. Month lease. Back
okin environ- round and credit check.
m8 5ff Davis Hwy across
28 from West Florida Hospi-
tal. 850-712-4293


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Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
94-5703
Milton
BR 1/BA in park.
$400/mth $200/dep.
Total electric, no pets.
Water & Garbage Fur-
nished. Bay Crest Realty.
994-7918
Milton
2/1 Mobile Home
$400/mth
$350/security
Don CumbieReal
Call:Barbara 377-6787
or 626-8959
Milton
2/BR 1/BA water &
garbage included. No
pets. $425/mth
300/deposit.
675-6614
Milton
2/BR FK, total electric.
East Gate Mobile Home
Ranch. 626-8973
Off Avalon Blvd
2/BR, covered entry, all
electric, CH/A, just re-
modeled. Water & gar-
bage included.
$425/mth $300/dep.
No pets. 623-8753
Pace
Nice & clean 3/BR
2/BA, 10x20 deck,
CH/A, all electric. Gar-
bage pickup included.
No Pets. $545/mth,
$500/dep. 623-1601
West Milton
3/BR 2/BA on private
lot. Total electric, no pets.
5028 Ridgeway Blvd.
$625/mth $300/dep.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918


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North Milton
3+ acres each ap-
proved surveyed, indi-
vidual lots on paved
shared laneway off a
paved County Road. 2
lots sold. Useable acre-
age. No wetlands. Great
septic soils. City water
and gas. 190' Elevation.
Private and quiet. Beauti-
ful. Brochure. Will trade
for acreage. CT cell
860-459-8279
www.providenceacres.
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Hunter's Alert!
Andalusia, AL- 2005 MH
on 3 acres bordered by
100 s of acres of prime
hunting club leased land.
Plenty of ame, large
deer $6U 500. 850
623-1499 or 723-5956
Milton
16x70 Mobile Home
2BR/2BA, large decks
with aluminum patio
covers, new AC unit and
new galvinized anchors
with tie downs. Very low
price. Must be moved.
623-1660 or 983-6092






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


7- 81O-10
1994 Ford Crown Victo-
ria, Runs perfect. Re-
duced to $1995.00
623-0101
46' 3-axle, 21,000 lbs.
dove tail trailer. In excel-
lent condition. $5500.
723-3834
Pay Cash for junk cars
or trucks. Running or not.
Call: 983-9527 or
723-5048




1985 F350 Desiel Dully
flat bed. Tool box, head-
ache rack, good tires
and brakes. Recent serv-
ice. Ragged inside but
mechanically sound.
$3500. 957-4952 or
261-8407

810 re

2003 Harley
Davidson 883
Anniversary
edition
4K miles, tons of extras,
all receipts, $5700 obo.
Call Nick,
850-374-2131



360 Dodge V-8 motor
& transmission, running
very well when taken out
of vehicle. $500 firm.
675-6421


8220
Looking for
Dead 2000 Yamaha
GP800 waverunner (or
comparable yearP to rob
or buy parts o. Please
call 64-5745. Leave
message if no answer.




2004 Open Road 5th
Wheel. 37', 3 slides.
Like new. No pets/smok-
ins many extras.
$35,000 aobo 623-6809
2006 Dutchman Thor,
travel trailer almost new.
30' sleeps 6. 2-TV's,
CH/A. $14,000.
723-3834

Franklin 2006 '
like new 35ft, self con-
tained, 2 slides, W/D,
all options, can deliver.
Pensacola. $17,500
330-518-7746




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