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Title: The Santa Rosa press gazette
Alternate Title: Milton press gazette
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Language: English
Creator: Santa Rosa press gazette
Publisher: Milton Newspapers, Inc.
Milton Newspapers
Place of Publication: Milton Fla
Publication Date: February 27, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Press Gazette Staff Reports
Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Deputies arrested two
teenagers and a 26-year-old
man early Saturday morning
for burglary, possession of
burglary tools, felony crimi-
nal mischief, and resisting an
officer without violence.
Deputies foiled a burgla-
ry that was occurring at
Cici's Pizza on U.S.


Highway
90 in Pea
Ridge.
This was
the fourth
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observed someone on top of
the roof of Cici's Pizza.
When deputies
approached, the suspect tried
to escape off of the roof.
Deputies were able to appre-
hend him by ordering him to
climb down a ladder that was
placed there by the suspect.
The suspect tossed a back-
pack down to deputies prior
to climbing down, He was


identified as 17-year-old
Christopher Windau of Pace.
Deputies then located a
second suspect that was
already inside the business
who had gained access
through the roof. The second
suspect refused to obey the
commands of deputies on
scene and a Taser was
deployed to take him into
See TRIO Page 4A


Multiple stabbings


in Navarre area


under investigation -


Special to the Press Gazette
Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Deputies are investigating a
multiple stabbing in a
Navarre trailer park.
Deputies were dis-
patched to Eagle Nest Drive
in Navarre. The initial com-
plainant stated that a gunshot
was heard from a nearby
trailer on Eagle Nest Drive.
Deputies responded and
spoke to the complainant and
others present at the scene.
Nothing was substantiated at
that time and there were no
allegations of any type of
violence occurring.
Approximately one-half
hour later, numerous 911
calls were placed to the
Sheriff's Office in reference
to a large fight that was
occurring at the same loca-
tion on Eagle Nest Drive.
When deputies arrived at
the scene, they found that
there were numerous victims
suffering from a wide range
of injuries; the most serious
being major stab wounds.
Four victims were transport-


ed to local hospitals. Two of
the victims that were trans-
ported were adult male sub-
jects suffering from serious
stab wounds to the chest and
abdomen. The two other vic-
tims that were transported
were adult females that had
serious facial injuries. Other
subjects were still present at
the scene and refused med-
ical treatment for less serious
injuries. None of the subjects
are being identified at this
time.
Deputies that arrived
located numerous items
lying around the scene that
had been used as weapons, to
include axe handles, chains,
and car jacks. Investigators
are currently conducting
numerous interviews with
victims--and other subjects
that were present in order to
determine what transpired.
No suspects have been
identified or arrested at the
time of this press release.
More information will be
released as it becomes avail-
able.


Historic cemetery


organizes cleanup


Press Gazette Staff Reports
The Historic Bagdad
Cemetery will host its
"First Saturday" cleanup
starting at 8:30 a.m.
Saturday.
Volunteers will focus
efforts on beautifying spe-
cific areas and promoting
pride in the cemetery. The
spring cleanup in March is

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very important, organizers
say, for getting control of
unwanted growth, clearing
limbs, and trimming and
planting new plants.
Anyone who has a
special interest in the
cemetery is invited to help
restore and beautify the
cemetery, which is one of
the oldest in Santa Rosa
County. The cemetery
dates from the mid-1800s.
The earliest known grave is
dated 1852.
Please bring rakes,
shovels, clippers, lawn
mowers, weed-eaters, etc.
If you have an open trailer
you can help haul trash to
the central site. Families
are encouraged to remove
old decorations and place
new arrangements of flow-
ers or grave markers.
The placement of
American flags on veter-
ans' graves is always
appropriate. Plenty of
refreshments will be pro-
vided.


For more information,
call 293-5349 or 623-3288.


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Laurie Green is one of a few original members of the Santa Rosa Historical Society, founded in 1974, still active in the organi-
zation. She will be retiring Saturday after more than 30 years of service. When she was asked to be photographed with her
favorite historic building in the county, she chose the Imogene Theater, which she helped restore in 1984.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay




Historically Speaking


B Long time historical society board member


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.corn
When Laurie Green is
asked to name her favorite
historic location in Santa
Rosa County, she quickly
responds-"the Imogene,
it's been my life." The 95
year-old theater was saved
by the Santa Rosa Historical'
Society, in which Green has
played a significant role for
over 30 years.
Green will be retiring as
a board member of the
Society with a banquet held
to honor her service, as well
as lifetime members and
museum docents, on
Saturday at the very same
venue she holds so dear.


Founded in 1974, the
Santa Rosa Historical
Society was incorporated by
Green's husband, Paul. A
member since the beginning,
she is now one of only a few
original members still active
in the organization.
Green recalls working
with those early members to
save the historic Milton
Train Depot on Henry Street,
for which purpose the
Society was created,
She recalls helping to
restore the old station, which
was in a dilapidated state, by
holding fundraisers to help
finance the effort. "Back
then you'd make thirty dol-
lars at a bake sale and you'd


think you were rich," Green
says with a laugh.
With a Masters degree in
history from Florida State
University, Green seemed a
natural choice for president
of the Society, a position she
held numerous times over
the years.
"I've always been inter-
ested in history. To me you
can't make up as good a
story as, what has really hap-
pened," says Green, who
used to put her son to bed at
night with stories of differ-
ent battles from the Civil
War.
"We're in such a throw
away society," she says.
"And we don't build things


is set to retire
as beautiful as they used to.
In this country if something
is twenty years old they tear
it down."
Green stresses the
importance of preserving
our heritage by quoting the
old adage-those who forget
the past are condemned to
repeat it.
"Old houses are being
torn down," she says, point-
ing to the Lewis House, a
two-story antebellum home
which once stood on the
future site of the new Milton
firehouse. "I came into town
one day and it was gone. We
have no picture of it, we
should have documented it."
See GREEN Page 9A


Commissioners discuss road projects

L7 County is looking ahead on 15-year plan for impact fee improvements


By JOSHUA WILKS
jwilks@srpressgazette. corn
The Santa Rosa County
Commission held a special
workshop Monday to review
a series of recommendations
by county transportation
planners that would direct
how new .development
impact fees are spent in
transportation enhancement
projects throughout the next
15 years in Santa Rosa
County.


Commissioners voted to
postpone approval in
November when the plan
was originally presented for
review. The commissioners
asked county staffers to
come back with a more clear
analysis of the "Five Points"
intersection in the Pace area,
more understanding about
bonds to pay for construc-
tion, and a more detailed list
of rights of way needed for
acquisition throughout the


county.
Proposed projects for the
central and northern parts of
the county include the fol-
lowing:
Bond full Five Points
realignment right of way and
construction: $23.5 million
funded by central area
impact fees.
Acquire right of way and
widen Woodbine Road to
four lanes: $38.7 million
estimated to be done


between 2008 and 2018'.j
Complete four-laning'of
Berryhill Road from Five
Points to West Spencer, Field
Road: $28.5 million funded
by central, area impact fees
between 2018 and 2022.
Widen northern segment
of Avalon Boulevard: $28.7
million funded by state and
federal funds in 2012.
Collect prop fair-share
toward southern segment of
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Hi, this is Mary. Hooray
for the Sheriff's Department.
We need someone who will
arrest these illegal aliens. As
Thursday, 4:40 p.m.
Hi, thi is May. Hooray


arrest these illegal aliens. As
for people who write letters,
they should sign their com-
plete name. And if they don't
like living in Santa Rosa
County maybe their bishop
could transfer them back to
Escambia County.

Thursday, 3:09 p.m.
My name is David. I
wonder why the Press Gazette
would choose to glorify these
people with front-page cover-
age of some person who wants
the milk and honey of this
land, but honors the national
symbol of Mexico, not the
flag of the greatest country on
earth. Have you forgotten the
thousands dead and fighting
for the flag of the United
States? Have you forgotten
the thousands upon thousands
who are serving all over the
world? Thank you.

Saturday, 2:21 anm.
Hi, my name is Dee. I'm
just saying we need to start
fining the companies that hire
-illegal employees. If you have
25 or less employees, start fin-
ing them $25,000 per illegal
and if they have over 25
employees start fining them
$50,000 per illegal employee.
When they get their social
security card they should be
able to put it in the system and
screen it. They should be able
to screen it for anyone that has
an illegal social security num-
ber. Also, stop. giving free
medical and schooling to ille-
gals, we don't give enough
free to our own here. Thank
you.

Monday, 9:59 a.m.
This is Jesse from Pace. I
just want to thank all the idiots
who voted yes on Amendment
1. Not only did you hurt the
elderly people, but people on a
fixed income, and people
barely making it as it is. Now,
fire taxes have gone to $35 to
$85 a year, and I haven't seen
anything saved on taxes yet.
You've hurt the schools, the
fire department, the police
department, and the little
amount of money they get a
year to help them survive. So
I just want to thank you idiots
who voted yes. You're
undoubtedly new people that
are moving into these new
sutibdivisions. You new people
to Santa Rosa County, if you
haven't lived here all your life,
you need to catch the next
train back to where you came
from. Thanks.

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Golden, Margaret
"Evelyn"
1916-2008
Margaret "Evelyn"
Golden, age 91, passed away
Friday, February 22, 2008.
Although Mrs. Golden was
born in Pennsylvania and


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grew up in Tennessee, she
resided in Milton for the past
52 years. She was a dedicat-
ed member of the local
Ladies Auxiliary of the VFW,
Post //4833 and Fleet
Reserve Association Branch
210. For many years she
greatly enjoyed serving as a
volunteer at her local polling
precinct. Mrs. Golden had
her children and grandchil-
dren, but to so many, she was
affectionately known as
"Nana." She loved life to.the
fullest and had a natural
charisma about her that
touched all who met her.
Mrs. Golden was preced-
ed in death by her husband of
52 years-Carlton Douglas
"Doc" Golden and her broth-
er, Edward Martin.
Mrs. Golden is survived
by her two daughters-
Margie (Benton) Gracey, and
Gayle Golden, of Milton; six
grandchildren Susan


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(Mickey) McCole, Andrea
(Michael) Bell, Catherine
Gracey, Ben Gracey, Pami
Reynolds, and Todd
McWaters; six great grand-
children- Kayla, Breeann,
Hannah, Taylor, Mackenzie,
and Tori; and several nieces
and nephews.
A funeral service for
Mrs. Golden was held
Monday, February 25, 2008
at Lewis Funeral Home
Milton Chapel with Rev.
Joey Rogers officiating.
Burial followed in Serenity
Gardens with Lewis Funeral
Home directing. Visitation
was from 5:00-7:00 p.m.,
Sunday, February 24, 2008 at
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton.
In lieu of flowers, the
family would appreciate
donations be made in Mrs.
Golden's memory to the
American Cancer Society,
5401 Corporate Woods


REWARD

Two Lost Basset Hounds


Daisy And Da


1 Daisy And Darla


Lost around the Munson School Area,

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Oyler, Anthony
"Tony" Dylan
1988 2008
Tony Oyler, age 19, of
Milton, Florida, and former-
ly of McComb, Ohio, passed
away unexpectedly
Thursday, February 21,
2008, in Milton, FL. Tony
was born in Celina, Ohio, on
March 10, 1988.
He is survived by his
father-Jeffrey Oyler,
Milton, mother and step-
father-Kathy (Martin) &
Michael Needler, Findlay,
OH; sister-Amy Samsal
and brother Jonathon-
Oyler, Findlay; nephew-
Noah Samsal, Columbia,
South Carolina; maternal
grandmoth er Ph yllis
Martin, McComb; paternal
grandmother- Jean Oyler,
Milton; aunts and uncles-
Karol and Gerald
Cunningham, McComb, of
whom he was especially
close; Judi and Charles
Donaldson, Findlay; Nancy
and Bob Wilczynski,
Findlay; Susan Henry,
McComb;. Bob Martin,
McComb; Joyce & Tony
Marinelli, Hilliard, OH;
Janine & Les Heller, North
Baltimore; step-sisters-
Julie (Eric) Anderson,
Allyson (Todd) Perry,
Findlay, and Linsday
(Shawn) Turner, Denver,
CO; step-brother-Michael


(Bethany) Needler, Jr.,
Venice Beach, CA; and
many cousins and friends
who loved him and will miss
him dearly.
Tony attended McComb
local schools and Milton
High School. Before moving
to Florida, he attended
Cornerstone Baptist Church
in Findlay. Tony was very
good at working with his
hands and especially
enjoyed working on bicy-
cles, electronics, woodwork-
ing, and mechanics. He
enjoyed fishing, camping,
hanging out with his friends,
and was an avid Jeff Gordon
fan.
Visitation will. be on
Wednesday, February 27,
2008, from 5-8 p.m. at the
Hartley Funeral Home in
McComb, Ohio. Funeral
services will be held on
Thursday, February 28,
2008, at 2 p.m. at the funeral
home with Pastor Walt
Sheppard officiating.
Interment will be in the
McComb Union Cemetery.
The family requests that
memorial donations in honor
of Tony may be made to the
Juvenile Diabetes
Foundation, Northwest Ohio
Chapter, 3450 W. Central
Ave. #256, Toledo, OH
43606 or the Great Lakes
Center for Autism, 4848
Dorr St., Toledo, Ohio
43615. Online condolences
may be sent to www.hartley-
funeralhome.com.


Pea Ridge names


its Star Students


Pea Ridge Elementary
Star Students of the Week
January 28- February 1
Kindergarten-Blake
Bullock, Tracy Hobbs, Katie
Rolin, Alexandra Paravalos,
Robin Bitely, Taylor
Clement, Danny Kelley, Tori
Rice
1st Grade-Garrett
Whited, Tamara Grose,
Matthew Johnson, Macy
Neal, Payton Lewis, Ashton
Starkie, Keyleigh Odom.
Alyssa Jones, Tiffany Martin
2nd Grade-Dawson
Hill, Brooke Shelby, Seth
Osborne, Mica Hamm,
Savannah Decker, Jessie
Johnson
3rd Grade-Makayla
Calabro, Jayden Watkins-
Davis, Corey Cooper,
Andrew Franceschi, Megan
Pedraza-Jordan, Steven
Zearley, Deven Perez,
Zachary Hyler
4th Grade-Michelle
Enfinger, Alleigh Renfro,
Adriana Patrick, Bailey
Williams, Dylan Alvarez,
Christopher Davis, C. J.
Weber, Emily Griffin
5th Grade-Desiree
Woemer, Marcus Holcomb,
Tyler Sharp, Seth Eisner,
Chase Bonner, Hannah
Schwaiger, Lauren Blaney
Pre-K-Lee Burke
Art-Taryn Hammond ,
Cody Dixon
February 4 through
February 8
Kindergarten-Micah
Lapen, Ashley Gonzales,
Thomas Barton, Alexandra,
Ornella Barbier, and Caylee
Fisher;
1st Grade-Tre Vicario,
Cody Stanford, Sabrina
Stabler, Gabriel Johnson,
Amir Hughes, Samantha
Harrison, Mikalyn
Thompson, Tyler Pugh,
Hunter Radford, and Alicia
Hamid;
2nd. Grade-Brooke


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Sheriff's Report / Community


Santa Rosa CountyN
Sheriff's Report fiom Jan.
25, to Feb. 4, 2008.
Burress, Brenda Joyce;
Female: 61; 9608 Vernetta
Way. Louisville, KY: DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 1/25/08
Dorsett, Albert NMN;
Male; 52; 6486 Maddox Rd,
Milton; DUI, DUI and
Damage Property. 1/27/08
Knight, Connie Bray;
Female: 55; 3263
Cobblestone Dr, Pace; DUI.
1/25/08
Powell, David Roy;
Male; 48; 4661 Cyril Dr.,
Pace; DUI Alcohol or Drugs
2nd Offense. 1/26/08
Vittorio, Chris
Newman; Male; 21; 1974
Reserve Blvd., Navarre;
DUI. 1/26/08
Ley., Shaun Joseph;
Male; 27; 6375 Cottage
Woods Dr., Milton; Reckless
Driving, Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
1/28/07
Mashburn, Kevin Lee
Daniel: Male; 23; 4985
Joiner Cir., Milton; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
1/28/08
Gutting. Samuel Lloyd;
Male; 26; 4861 Soundside
Dr, Gulf Breeze; Larc-Petit
1st Off (3 cts.), Larc of
Credit Card, Fraud-Illegal
Use Credit Cards-2 Fewer
Times 6 Mos Obt Goods
Money Less $100 (2 cts.),
Forgery of Alter Public
Record Certificate Etc. (2
cts.). 1/28/08
Hart, Kimberly
Michelle; Female; 18; 4599
Chumuckla Hwy. Pace;
Neglect Child W/O Great
Harm, Making False Report-
Knowingly Give False Info
to LEO Allgd Crime. 1/28/08
Akens, Daniel Lee;
Male; 23; 14227 Louies Dr.,
Panama City; Battery-Touch
or Strike, BurgI With Assault
or Battery. 1/29/08
Hinote, Reva Inez;
Female; 35; 6665 Cedar
Street, Milton; Larc-Petit 1st
Degree Property $100 to
Under $300 (26 cts.), Fraud-
Illegal Use Credit Cards Use
More 2 times 6 Mos Obt Gds
Money $100 More (26 cts.)
1/29/08
Stromberg, James
Matthew; Male; 47; PO Box
82, Chinook, WA; Probation
Violation-Felony, Fraud-


Illegal Use Credit Cards to
Obtain Goods $300 or More
(2 cts.), Fraud-Utter False
Instrument (2 cts.). 1/29/08
Brown., Jennifer Jill;
Female; 30; 6739 Deception
Rd, Milton; Dealing in
Stolen Property. 1/29/08
Miller, Renardo
Ladarius; Male; 26; 529
Ditmar St, Pensacola; Drive
While Lic Susp 1st Off,
Possess Cntrl Sub W/O
Prescription. 1/28/08
Pugh .Jr., Orville Paul;
Male; 405453 Camille
Gardens Cir. Milton; Dealing
In Stolen Property. 1/29/08
Pugh,. Sheila Janeese;
Female; 5453 Camille
Gardens 'Cir., Milton;
Dealing in Stolen Property.
1/29/08
White, Steven Wayne;
Male; 37; 2667 S. 30th Ave.,
Pace; Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence) (2
cts.), Obstructing Justice-
Intimidate Threaten Etc Vict
Witness Informant. 1/29/08
Cunningham, David
Charles; Male; 37; 614 N.
77th Ave., Pensacola; Burgl
of Dwelling Unarmed ,No
Asslt or Batt, Burgl of
Structure Conveyance
Unarmed W/O Person
Inside, Larc-Theft is $300 or
More But Less Than $5,000,
Larc-Petit 1st Off (2 cts.).
1/30/08
Riddle. Jason Wayne;
Male; 30; Homeless; Battery
By Person Detained in
Prison or Jail Facility.
1/30/08
Strangeland, Marina
Bree; Female; 25; 5308
Conecuh St., Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp 2nd Offense,
Fraud Imper son
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. 1/30/08
Almand, Christopher
Cullen; Male; 25; 422
Turnberry Rd., Cantonment;
Grand Theft. 1/30/08
Stanley, Billy Louis;
Male; 36; 580 Pulltight Rd.,
Oak Grove, LA; Fugitive
From Justice. 1/30/08
Frizzell, Spencer
Steven; Male; 17; 5453
Camille Gardens Cir.,
Milton; Dealing in Stolen
Property. 1/30/08
Ledoux, Christopher
Philip; Male; 57; 4495 Pace
Ln, Pace; DUI. 1/30/08


Brubaker, Jennie Lee;
Female; 22; 6805
Chuckwagon Lane, Milton;
Possess Cocaine, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams. 1/31/08
Bryant III, Harold;
Male; 41; 4066 W. Louisiana
State Dr., Kenner LA;
Failure to Appear for Felony
Offense. 1/31/08
Galloway, Lonnie Lee;
Male; 34; 5841 Peachtree St,
Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Marijuana-Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams. 1/31/08.
Malston, Erica Mae;
Female; 33; 4256 Melton
Rd., Milton; Out of State
Fugitive From Justice.
1/31/08
Reed, Christopher Neal;
Male; 20; 8277 Segura St,
Navarre; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/31/08
Yarney., Brandon Mark
Anthony; Male; 19; 2019
N.W. 9th Street, Winter
Haven, FL. Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/31/08
Hawkins, Percy Lee;
Male; 51; 9000 East River
Rd, Navarre; Possess of
Weapon or Ammo by.
Convicted Fla. Felon.
1/31/08
Lambetfh, Timothy
John; Male; 17; 6730 Amos
St, Milton; Aggrav Batt
Cause Bodily Harm or
Disability. 1/31/08
Sexton, Dixie Lee;
Female; 43; 8018 Stark Ave.,
Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 1/31/08
Bradshaw, Keven
Brian; Male; 20; 5351
Oakfield Dr, Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/3/08
Ellison, Kenneth
Dewayne: Male; 39; 5709
Yucca Dr, Milton; Out of
State Fugitive From Justice.
2/3/08
Enfinger, Phillip
Bryant; Male; 20; 5633
Chanterelle Cir., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/1/08
Green, Gerald Rhea;
Male; 44; 8862 Dearborn St.
Milton; Burgl of Structure
Conveyance Unarmed
W/Person Inside, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
*Than $5,000. 2/1/08
Preston, Joshua
Riggins; Male; 27; 45
Forsman Circle NW, Ft.
Walton Bch; Probation


Violation-Felony. 2/1/08
Mason, Russell Nikia;
Male; 32; 6647 Harvell St.,
Milton; Aggrav Batt By
Person Detained in Jail
Facility. 2/08
Bellamy, Taylor
Brooke; Female; 17; 1980
Jessica Way, Navarre;
Aggrav Asslt W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill
(domestic violence). 2/1/08
Dickman, Sr., Timothy
Mark; Male; 50; 121
Willard Rd, Ft. Walton;
Marijuana Possess Over 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 2/2/08
Faircloth, William
Amos; Male; 19; 6091
Carroll Rd, Milton;
Marijuana-Distrib Schedule
I, Marijuana Possess Over
20 Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 2/3/08
Hill, Misty Anne;
Female; 30; 4680 Dobson
Rd,, Jay; Battery of Officer
Firefighter EMT Etc, Resist
Officer with Violence.
2/1/08
JTones,' Rosalind
Danielle; Female; 27; 700
W. Truman Avenue,
Pensacola; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender,
Operate Motor Vehicle
W/O Valid License. 2/3/08
Marcos, Angela Higa;
Female; 20; 244 Paschel
Avenue, Mary Esther;
Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 2/1/08
Moses, Alan James;
Mate; 28; 4 Driftwood Ln,
Gulf Breeze; Battery 2nd or
Subsequent Offense. 2/1/08
Page, Angela Christine;
Female; 27; 7819 S. Airport
Rd, Milton; Battery Touch
or Strike (2 cts.), Burgl
Structure Conveyance-
Unarmed W/Person Inside.
2/1/08
Wilson, Brandon Lee:
Male; 20; 4400 Nora Ave.,
Pace; Drugs-Possess Cntrl
Sub W/O Prescription,
Possess Cocaine, Marijuana
Possess Not More Than 20
Grams, Narcotic Equip-
Possess And Or Use. 2/1/08
Strangeland, Marina
Bree; Female; 25; 5308
Conecuh St., Milton;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/1/08
Barcena. Kimberly
Forster: Female: 44; 8131
Toledo St, Navarre:


Probation Violation-Felony.
2/1/08
To.ney, Patrick
Sherman; Male; 20; 6596
Kempton St. Navarre;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/1/08
Mills, Richard Collin;
Male; 21; 9126 Ridge Dr.,
Navarre; Fugitive From
Justice. 2/1/08
Brown, Robin Lynn;
Female; 33; 400 N. Citrus
St., Pensacola; DUI. 2/1/08
Cook, Christopher
Brian; Male; 32; 4241
Auckland Rd, Pace; DUI.
2/1/08
E y, Hussian Tahar;
Male; 26; 7340
Westminster Dr. Navarre;
DUI. 2/2/08 .
Gunter., Nicholas
Corey; Male; 18; 3632
Tiger Point Blvd., Gulf
Breeze; DUI. 2/3/08
Sutton, Chad Wayne;
Male; 33; 5470 Hollow Oak
Ln,'Pace; DUI. 2/2/08
Wilson, Nan Ellen;
Female; 49; 2952 Albatross
Dr, Navarre; DUI. 2/2/08
Alarcon, Rey David;
Male; 30; 850 Trawick Rd,
Milton; Fraud-Imperson-
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd.; 2/4/08
Atha, Stephen Michael;
Male; 18; 2725 Galleon Dr,
Navarre; Operate Motor
Vehicle W/O Valid License,
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
$1,000 or More, Larc-Theft
is $300 or More But Less
Than $5,000, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 2/4/08
Cagal, Eden De Jesus;
Male; 23; 7097 Milton Dr,
Milton; Fraud-Imperson-
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd. 2/4/08
Cawthon. John Wayne;
Male: 39; 4176 8th Ave.,
Pace; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 4th or Subseq
Offense. Refuse to Submit
to DUI test, Drive on
Permanently Revoked
Driver License, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree, Stolen
Prop-Dealing in Stolen
Property. 2/4/08
Cobaxin. Andres;
Male: 54; 850 Trawick Rd,
Milton; Fraud-Imperson-
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd. 2/4/08
. Colorado, Jamie
Hernandez; Male: 48; 305
Ballard St. Brewton, AL;


Fraud Im p e resonate -
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd. 2/4/08
Contreas, Antonio
Martinez; Male; 26; 850
Trawick Rd, Milton; Fraud-
Impersonate Misrepresent
Self Commit Personal ID
Misd. 2/4/08
Gomez, Alfonso Perez;
Male; 49; 303 Ballard St,
Brewton, AL; Fraud-
Imperson-Misrepresent
Self Commit Personal ID
Misd. 2/4/08
Guzman, Generosa B;
Female; 22; 7097 Milton
Dr, Fraud-Impersonate-
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd.'2/4/08
Ibanez, Magdaleno
NMN; Male; 20; 850
Trawick Rd, Milton; Fraud-
Imperson-Misrepresent
Self Commit Personal ID
Misd. 2/4/08
Lopez, Francisco
Salguero; Male; 31; 850
Trawick Rd, Milton; Fraud-
Imperson-Misrepresent
Self Commit Personal ID
Misd. 2/4/08
Meadows, Robert
Eugene; Male; 25; 5232
Madison Ave, Pace; Aggrav
Battery Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon (domestic
violence). 2/4/08
Pacheco, Bernado
NMN; Male; 48; 850
Trawick Rd, Milton; Fraud-
Imperson-Misrepresent
Self Commit Personal ID
Misd. 2/4/08
Pacheco, Jose; Male;
28; 850 Trawick Rd,
Milton; Fraud-Imperson-
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd. 2/4/08
Porter. Eric Lamar;
Male; 37; 3830 Diamond
Rd, Pace; Dealing in Stolen
Property (2 cts), Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 2/4/08
Salguero, Rene; 33;
850 Trawick Rd, Milton;
Fraud-Imperson-
Misrepresent Self Commit
Personal ID Misd. 2/4/08
Tehuintle,. Baltazar
-Tlehuactle; Male; 20; 850
Trawick Rd, Milton; Fraud-
Imperson-Misrepresent
Self Commit Personal ID
Misd. 2/4/08
Fiquett, Matthew
Brant, Jr., Male; 19; 7025
Bushnell St., Milton: Burgl
Unoccupied Conveyance
Unarmed. 2/4/08


TOPS promotes better health


TOPS (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly) has long advocated
healthy eating based on a
balance of fruits and vegeta-
bles, lean proteins like chick-
en and fish, whole grains and
low-fat dairy products. And
now, a new study from the
School of Public Health at
the University of Minnesota
seems to support that mis-
sion.
Basically, the study says
that a typical "western" diet
increases the risk of develop-
ing metabolic syndrome,
stroke and type 2 diabetes.
Almost 10,000 people filled
out questionnaires relating to
food consumption and were
categorized as having a
"Western-pattern" or "pru-
dent-pattern" diet. Those eat-
ing processed meat, red
meat, fried food, eggs, and
soda (Western) had an 18%
increased risk of developing
metabolic syndrome than


those eating more dark, leafy
greens, fruit, fish and
seafood, whole grains, and
low-fat dairy (prudent).
TOPS actively promotes
a prudent-pattern way of eat-
ing in its lifestyle guide, The
Choice is Mine. Co-authored
by leading experts in the
fields of obesity research,
including Dr. Ahmed
Kissebah who first coined
the phrase, "metabolic syn-
drome," fitness and nutrition,'
The Choice is Mine outlines
an eating plan that places an
emphasis on fruits and veg-
etables, chicken and fish,
whole grains instead of
refined grains and low-fat
dairy like yogurt and skim.
milk.
"This new study is a
great example of why it's
better to only eat red meat
once or twice a week instead
of once or twice a day," said
TOPS contributor An.n


Ruelle, a registered dietitian.
"There are too many benefits
to ignore how vital it is to
switch to a healthy
lifestyle."
To find a local chapter,
visit www.tops.org or call
TOPS Headquarters at 800-
932-8677.
TOPS Club, Inc. (Take
Off Pounds Sensibly) is a
powerful, nonprofit, non-
commercial weight-loss sup-
port organization with thou-
sands of associate' chapters
in the United States and
Canada. Members (about
200,000 worldwide), learn
about nutrition, portion con-
trol, food planning, exercise,
and more, in weekly meet-
ings. Weigh-ins, group feed-
back, and support help mem-
bers achieve their goals.
TOPS is the original weight
loss organization and its
International Headquarters
is located in Milwaukee, WI


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Continued From Page One
custody. The second sus-
pect was identified as 16-
year-old Joshua Lutz of"
Pensacola Beach.
The suspects had parked
their vehicle on a nearby
side street prior to walking
to Cici's to commit the bur-
glary. It was also found that
the suspects had unscrewed
bolts that were securing the
metal roof and then lowered
themselves down inside the
business after breaking
through the ceiling tiles.
The suspects were in pos-
session of numerous tools,
including wire cutters,
socket wrenches, and rope.
They were both dressed in
black outfits with hoods.
A ski mask was located
inside the business.
Interviews of the two sus-
pects yielded confessions
and evidence to clear all of
the other Cici's pizza bur-


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glary cases. Windau was
found to have participated in
all four burglaries. Lutz
was lound to have partici-
pated in two of the burgal-
ries.
Another suspect, 26-
year-old Matthew June of
Pace was found to have par-
ticipated in the first two
burgalries with Windau.
June was arrested on
Monday for his participa-
tion in the offenses.
All suspects were
arrested and booked into the
Santa Rosa County Jail. The
two juveniles were then
transported to the
Department of Juvenile
Justice.



Roads

Continued From Page One
Avalon Blvd.: $24.5 million
funded by earmarked feder-
al, state and prop fair-share
funds.
Widen U.S. Highway 90
in East Milton from Airport
Road to Highway 87 South:
$27.1 million funded by state
and federal funds between
2020 and 2025.
Realignment of
Chumuckla Highway at
Allentown Road.: $2 million.
This project would include
right of way purchases.
The figures are conser-
vative based on the housing
downturn, staffers said.
Based on building permit
projections of commercial
and residential construction,
the estimated 15-year local
revenues from impact fees
will be $105.8 million. By
county ordinance, impact
fees must be targeted to new
growth and cannot be used
for maintenance or repair of
existing roadways. Impact
fees also must be spent in the
areas they are generated.
Santa Rosa County start-
ed collecting impact fees on
Jan. 1, 2006. To date, a little
more than $6 million has
been collected. The final
plan has to be submitted to
the State of Florida for
approval by May.


PUBLIC NOTICE


The City of Milton proposes to annex one (1) parcel of land pur-
suant to one Petition to Voluntary Annex Territory into the City
of Milton, and provides for zoning classification (R-1AA).


PETITION #1 Parcel #28-2N-28-0000-03237-0000
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST ?
OF THE SOUTHWEST ? OF SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH,
RANGE 28 WEST, SANTA ROSA COUNTY. FLORIDA: THENCE RUN
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 00 SECTIONS WEST ALONG THE
WEST LINE THEREOF A DISTANCE OF 696.30 FEET TO AN INTER-
SECTION.WITH THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE )F HONEY-
SUCKLE DRIVE (50' R/W); THENCE DEPART SAID WEST LINE AND
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 14 MINUTES 32 SECONDS EAST ALONG
SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 850.05
FEET TO THE POINT OF1- III'JNING; THENCE CiN IINII NORTH
89 DEGREES 14 MINUTES 32 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 140.00 FEET;
THENCE DEPART SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE SOUTH 00
DEGREES 05 MINUTES 23 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF 309.48;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 49 MINUTES 16 SECONDS WEST
A DISTANCE OF 140.00 FEET; IiIt i-CE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 05
MINUTES 23 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF 308.07 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.

A copy of Ordinance #1 272-08, with full legal descriptions of the
parcel can be obtained from the Office of the City Clerk.


Subject Property
L.egar.n


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Field trip lunch

This past January, several members of the Santa Rosa County Home Community Educators
took a field trip to Baker Block Museum in Baker, FL. After touring the museum they met at
The Gator Restaurant for lunch.
Submitted photo




Freedom from Smoking



classes start March 3rd


By JOSHUA WILKS
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Studies show that nine
out of 10 smokers would quit
if they knew a way that
would work. The Santa Rosa
County Health Department
may be able to help some
"kick the habit" by showing
them the way to stop.
The health department
will offer a self-help
approach to quitting
through its Freedom from
Smoking classes beginning
Monday, March 3. The
classes will meet for six
weeks.
"One big advantage that
this program offers over
other programs is that it's
real positive," said the
department's Health
Education Supervisor
Ginny Hinton. "We assume
by the time people have
chosen to take this class that


they've decided to take the
big step. We don't use any
of the scary stuff about
smoking."
Hinton said statistics
show that it takes three to
five attempts to stop smok-
ing. This program is geared
toward serious quitters.
"Nicotine is. such a
powerful drug, and most
people agree smokers and
nonsmokers that smoking
is not good for you," she
said. "We try to offer differ-
ent ways to help people stop
smoking because everybody
is different."
The program is targeted
for six to 10 people per
class. The research-based
and time-tested program is
offered at a substantial dis-
count through a partnership
with the Santa Rosa County
Healthy Start Program.
The fee is $20 with a


$10 refund upon successful
completion of the class,
making it a very affordable
way to stop smoking.
"A lot of people prefer
to stop privately at their
own pace while others need
a support group," Hinton
said. "Keeping it personal is
what this class is about.
People will have the support
group even after the class is
over. To have that network
in place can be a valuable
thing."
Freedom from Smoking
is a program developed by
the American Lung
Association, Hinton said.
The program offers partici-
pants the tools, techniques,
environment and support to
quit smoking.
To register or to find out
more about the program,
contact Hinton at 983-5200
ext. 183.


SRMC's Womack honored


Santa Rosa Medical
Center is proud to announce
that Jerry Womack, Director
of Imaging Services, has
been selected as Health
Management Associates,
Inc., Manager of the Year out
of all fifty-eight HMA hospi-
tals nation wide.
Bob Farnham, Senior
Vice President and Chief
Financial Officer, HMA will
present this prestigious
award to Womack on March


6, 2008 at an honorary cere-
mony.
The recipient of this dis-
tinguished award is chosen
from a very competitive field
of over fifty-eight nominees.
Each nominee is scored based
on the following criteria:
commitment, honesty,
integrity, dependability, will-
ingness to help others, profes-
sional competence, and par-
ticipation as a team player.
"Jerry started working at


Santa Rosa Medical Center
in 1969. Naturally, with
career spanning 38 years,
Jerry has been an asset and
integral to the success of
many services and projects,"
says Santa Rosa Medical
Center CEO Pete Gandy.
"As a professional, Jerry
has earned the respect of
physicians, patients, and staff
for his industry knowledge,
integrity, adaptability, and
willingness to help others."


Reappointment hearing for


worker compensation judges


The Statewide
Nominating Committee for
Judges of Compensation
Claims (SNCJCC) will meet
on Friday, April 25, at 9 a.m.
at the Hyatt Regency
Orlando International
Airport, 9300 Airport Blvd.,
Orlando, FL 32827, for the
purpose of interviewing the
following Judges of


Compensation Claims for
reappointment: the
Honorable Ellen H.
Lorenzen, the Honorable
Robert D. McAliley, the
Honorable Charles M. Hill,
the Honorable Gerardo
Castiello and the Honorable
W. James Condry.
Questions or comments
relating to any of the above


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS
All Board of County Commissioner Meetings and other county department meetings
are held at the County Administfative Center, Commissioner's Board Room, 6495
Caroline Street, Milton, Florida, unless otherwise indicated
Marine Advisory March 4 5:00 p.m.
SRC Housing Coalition March 5 1:30 p.m.
Colnfnrencei Roo, 601 Old BadadHwy, MNlo
Tourist Development North End Committee March 6 8:30 am.
S10a Ros, Ctnoniy CnimoL Commtii ero 7 Slo wllt St N Ml
Zoning Board of Adjustments March 6 5:30 p.m.
Commission Commiltee March 10 9:00 a.m.
Pre-Budget Workshop March 11 9:00 a.m.
Navarre Architectural Advisory Board March 11 3:00 p.m.
Navamr. Clhlmier of Commce6 8543 NavParre Pakway Nwvae .
Tourist Development South End Committee March 12 9:00 a.m.
visitors Celir, 8543 N.awarrei prkway. Naare
Building Code Board of Adjustments March 12 2:30 p.m,
Conlence Rnmm, 00 On1 Old Bagdai Hy, Miln
Commission Regular March 13 9:00 a.m.
Utilities Workshop tMarch 13 1:30 p.m,
Fire Protection Board of Adjustment and Appeals March 13 4:00 p.m.
Confrteno Rmi, i 1 01; B itd.ll Ho y Milon
Local Planning Board March 13 6:00 p.m,
Public Safety Coordinating Council March 19 11:30 a.m.
Emergency Services Advisory Committee March 19 2:00 p.m,
-, , , ,.... , March 19 3:00 p.m.
Aviation Advisory Commilleo Maicl 19 5:00 p.m.
Commission Committllee March 24 9:00 am.
Ulility Board March 24 5:00 p.m.
Commission Regular (Moved to accommodate FAC Cont.) March 25 9:00 a.m,
Bagdad Historical Architectural Advisory Boaid March 26 8:30 a.m
C trni Roo:n, 0 i' Old aghdadlI wyl MiIn
SHIP Partnership Advisory Conrmittee March 26 3:00 p.ml.
Cor rc ne R'on, 6051 rPil ijd H, Mi vn4
Parks and Recreation March 26 5:30 pr.m.
Commission Special- Rezoning Meeting Marchi 27 6:00 p.m.
Agendas and minutes are also available atl www.sanlarostOfl.poy All meetings held in tire Board Room
can be viewed live and/or replayed at this web site by selecting the meeting from the main page. ,


Judges of Compensation
Claims should be addressed
in writing to:
Victor Marrero
Director of Risk
Management, Broward
Sheriff's Office
2601 West Broward
Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
33312.
Please be advised those
who wish to speak at the.
committee meeting must pro-
vide notice to the committee
chairman and each commit-
,tee member in writing no
later than Wednesday, April
9. The letter should include
intention to address the com-
mittee and a brief explanation
regarding the request. Those
who wish to present any doc-
umnents in support of their
appearance before the com-
mittee must provide copies to
the committee chairman and
all committee members by
April 9. A listing of SNCJCC
members is provided on the
Division of Administrative
Hearings (DOAH) Web site,
wwvw.doah state. fl. us,
and the Florida Bar Web site,
www.floridabar.org.
The committee will not
take any requests for person-
al appearances to speak in
favor of any of the above sit-
ting judges. However, the
committee will accept letters
in 'support of the current
judges in lieu of personal
appearances.


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Wednesday-FohrluarV 27, 2008


Community


Landscape Design
Workshop
Saturday, March 1, from
8:30 to 11:30 a.m., there will
be a workshop on Landscape
design. It will be at the
Langley Bell 4-H Center
Auditorium, 4810 West Mile
Rd. in Pensacola. There is a
$10 Pre-Registration Fee by
Friday, the 29th or $15 at the
door on Saturday, March Ist.
Registration and refresh-
ments are from 8:30 to ) a.m.
A welcome and introduction
to the Fla. Yards &
Neighborhoods Program by
Carrie Stevenson is from 9 to
9:30 a.m. From 9:30 to 10:15
Lesa P. Stack will teach on
Landscape & Design for the
Homeowner. From 10:30 to
11:15, Emily Peterson will
speak on native North Fla.
Plants. Wrap up is from
11:15 to 11:30. For more
information contact Carrie
Stevenson at 475-5230 or
ctsteven@ufl.edu.

Central Santa Rosa
Republicans to meet
The Central Santa Rosa
Republican Club will meet
on Thursday, March 6, 2008
at the Red Barn Bar-B-Que
in Milton.
The meeting begins at
5:30 p.m. with a Dutch Treat
Dinner followed at 7 p.m.
with the program.
Special guests will be the
candidates for Public
Defender, Kelly Richards
and James Owens. These two
candidates currently serve as
Assistant Public Defenders.
With the retirement of the
current Public Defender, this
is the first time in over 30
years that we have an open-
ing in the office. You will
want to hear what these
Republican candidates have
to say and what, if any,
changes they propose. You
will learn the public defend-
er's function and how it will
affect you and your taxes.
The public is invited.

Reception for
Korean War Vets at
Milton PJC Campus
The Milton Campus of
PJC is proud to, announce a
reception for Korean War
Veterans on Friday,
February 29th at 6:30 p.m. in
Building 4900. This recep-


tion is part of the Korean
War Memory Project of the
college. Vets are encouraged
to come and meet with stu-
dents who are interested in
learning more about the
Korean War. Students are
also interested in speaking
with wives and sweethearts
of Korean War soldiers.
Come join in as your lives
are celebrated. For more
information, please call
Carol Hulse at 983-1438.

Mississippi State
President's List
The following students,
Zachary W. Greene and
Annaliese E. Simms, both of
Pace, are President's
Scholars for the 2007 fall
semester at Mississippi State
University. They have
attained at least a 3.80 or bet-
ter grade-point average,
based on a 4.0 scale, while
completing at least 12
semester hours of course
work with no incomplete
grades or grades lower than a
C. Congratulations!

City of Milton
meetings!
City Council will meet in
Executive Session Monday,
March 3, at 4 p.m. in Council
Chambers of City Hall.
Public Works Committee
will meet Tuesday, March
4th at 8:30 a.m. in
Conference Room B at City
Hall, 6738 Dixon Street.
Milton Charter
Committee will meet
Tuesday, March 4, at 4:30
p.m. in Conference Ro.om B
of City Hall.
The General Employee
Pension Board will meet in
Regular Session Wednesday,
March 5, at 10 a.m. in
Conference Room B at City
Hall.
Christmas Decoration
Committee will meet
Wednesday, March 5, at 5
p.m. in Conference Room B
of City Hall.
All meetings will take
place at City Hall, 6738
Dixon Street in Milton. For
more information concerning
these meetings, call 983-
5411.

Republican Club of
Santa Rosa to meet
The Republican Club of
Santa Rosa County will hold


its monthly meeting and
Dutch Treat Dinner at The
Club at Hidden Creek, 3070
PGA Blvd., in Navarre, at
6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March
4. The featured speaker is
Mr. Timothy Wyrosdick,
candidate for Superintendent
of Schools for Santa Rosa
County. Bring a guest.
For additional informa-
tion please contact Morgan
Lamb, President, at (850)
939 2409 or e-mail morgan-
lamb@bellsouth.net.

UWF SBDC
presents business
classes
The University of West
Fla. Small Business
Development Center, located
at 401 E. Chase Street, Suite
100, Pensacola, is presenting
"Tips for Dealing with
Business Disasters" on
Tuesday and Thursday morn-
ings, March 4 & 6, from 9
a.m. to noon. No business is
ever safe from harm.
Unexpected emergencies can
temporarily shut down your
business, or even worse, put
you out of business for
weeks and force your cus-
tomers to go elsewhere.
Learn how to, plan for and
bounce back from an unex-
pected crisis and keep your
customers in the meantime.
Call to register at 850-473-
7830. Fee for 2 sessions:
$35.
They will also present its
continuing Brown-Bag
Lunch series on Wednesday,
March 5 from 12 noon until
1 p.m. entitled City &
County Enterprise Zones &
Federal HUBZones. Are you
in one of the zones?
Attendees will learn what the
differences and the benefits
are for each one. Seminar is
free. However, registration is
highly recommended.
Attendees are encouraged to
bring their own lunch. For
more information & registra-
tion, call 850-473-7830 or
473-7826.
E-Bay 101 Workshop
will also be offered on
Saturday morning, March 8
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Participants will learn the
essentials for selling on eBay
from a professional with
experience. This Saturday
morning training will show
you how to sell almost any-


thing on eBay including your
garage sale items or liquida-
tion of your excess retail
inventory. Fee: $60 (includes
a 215-page "The Basics of
Selling on eBay Student
Guide). Call 473-7830 to
register.

Covenant Hospice to
host Remembrance
Celebration
-A Time for Reflection
and Remembering Lost
Loved Ones
Covenant Hospice
.invites bereaved hospice
families, as well as commu-
nity members who have
endured the loss of a loved
one, to attend a special
Remembrance Celebration
on Sunday, March 2 at 2:00
p.m. at Woodbine United
Methodist Church, located at
5200 Woodbine Rd. in Pace.
Covenant Hospice
patients and community
members who have died will
be remembered and celebrat-
ed by family, friends and
staff. The celebration will
include music, candle light-
ing and selected readings.
Children and teens are invit-
ed to participate in a special
procession, and are asked to
bring a long-stem flower. A
reception with refreshments
will follow.
Covenant encourages
anyone in the community
who has suffered the loss of a
loved one to join the non-
profit organization in
remembering and celebrating
the lives of those who were
dear to them. For more infor-
mation, please call Betsy
DeBellis or Laura Fannin at
202-5930.

Milton Eastern
Star Chapter to
install new officers
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 event will be held at
the Milton Masonic Lodge,
corner of Hwy. 90 and Canal
St. in Milton.


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Democrats to vote for delegates


"Democrats will be
participating in a historic-
event when they vote in
Florida's First
Congressional District
Caucus, March 1," says
Harold Webb,
Congressional District
Chair. "Delegates elected
that day could decide who
will be the next President
of the United States."
"If the presidential
nomination is still unde-
cided prior to the August
Democratic National
Convention, the candidate
will be selected by dele-
gates including four and
one alternate from our
Caucus," Webb added. The
event will be held at the
Old Spanish Trail Shrine
Club, 971 James Lee
Parkway (Hwy. 90) in
Crestview. Delegates elect-
ed will be pledged to vote
for one of three candidates
who received over 15% of
the Democratic ballots in
the January 29th primary


election in this
Congressional district.
Barak Obama will get one
male and one female dele-
gate, while Hillary Clinton
will get one female and
John Edwards will get one
male delegate. The alter-
nate will be an Obama
male delegate.
"John Edwards has
withdrawn from the race,
so his delegate, along with
12 others from Florida,
could play an important
role at the convention,"
Webb said. "But first they
have to be seated," accord-
ing to Webb, "and that
issue may be decided by
the 186 member creden-
tials committee."
Delegate aspirants are
relying on statements by
Florida Democratic Party
Chair Karen Thurman and
U. S. Senator Bill Nelson
that they will be seated.
Democrats attending the
caucus anytime between
10:00 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.


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will designate the
Presidential candidate of
their choice and then vote,
only for delegates)
pledged to that candidate.
Voting will be on paper
ballots that will be hand
counted..
Obama qualified dele-
gate aspirants and their
counties of residence
include Gail Frazer,
Clorissti Mitchell, Juanita
M. Scott, Astrid H.
Witherspoon, Benell
English, Samuel A.
Horton, Lynn Laird from
Escambia; Naomi
Hardison, Hester C.
Roberts, Evelyn J. Varner
and Lewis Jennings from
Okaloosa.
Clinton qualified dele-
gate aspirants and their


counties of residence
include: Joyce Kaplan and
Evalyn Coe Narramore of
Escambia: Pauline T. Smith
of Holmes and Judy Byrne
Riley of Okaloosa.
Edwards qualified dele-
gate aspirants and their
counties of residence
include: Edward Lee
Narramore of Escambia;
Joe Roberts and Bill
Vincent of Santa Rosa.
Registered Democrats
choosing to attend should
bring a photo identification
card. Having their Voter
Registration Card will
shorten their voting process.
Refreshments will be
sold. The Shrine Club is
located on the south side of
Highway 90 at the west
edge of Crestview.


Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser I
Announces ..
For Your Convenience .
SATURDAY OFFICE HOURS .. I
9:00 AM 12:00 NOON
In addition to regular hours 'r
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:
(850) 983-1880 or (840) 934-8175
or visit our website at:
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JENNIFER STAFFORD has business
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WAYNE BRISKE is United Bank's Florida
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Viewpoints


Vol. 100, Number 92


6A Wednesday, February 27, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW



Time now for



the deadbeats

Sheriff Wendell Hall has earned a great deal of praise
from the community with his recent check of undocumented
workers, but the question we should ask ourselves next is:
what about those at home who aren't doing what they
should?
Sheriff Hall, until recently, had a page on his website
-dealing with parents who owe back child support.
It was a noble effort, especially since there were a few
names and faces on that list wanted for owing child support
since 2002.
The problem of deadbeat dads and moms is just as bad as
undocumented workers.
Many citizens have voiced concern over what undocu-
mented workers cost our government in unpaid taxes, med-
ical expenses, etc.
But what does a child who is not being supported by his
or her parent cost society?
Children need things for school. They need health care.
They need food and all of this is just the tip of the iceberg.
If a parent was supposed to pay $500 a month in child
support and they hasn't done so in six years, We're talking
$36,000. If there are 100 such parents out there (and there are
more) we're talking about $3.6 million.
Not a small amount.
Of course, there are programs to held these children and
their single parents: programs to pay for needed school items,
to provide free or low-cost food, to cover much of the costs
associated with maintaining a home for the child, and to pro-
vide free health care.
It's all free to the parent, perhaps, but not without a price
tag. Society picks up the tab.
So, while everyone else is scratching and clawing to sup-
port their family, they are also expected to cover the debts of
these deadbeat dads and moms.
Many are often surprised by the term "deadbeat mom,"
but there were women on Sheriff Hall's list as well.
Gender doesn't matter and neither does color. No matter
if you are red, yellow, brown, black or white and despite
what hyphen you may want to put in front of "American,"
responsibility is responsibility. If you don't pay your child
support, you are a dead beat. And you're .just a large a drain
on society as the undocumented workers you were so quick
to harass.
It's time for parents to step up and live up to the commit-
ment they made when they became part of the life-generation
process.
We're a Christian society, so we'll take care of those less
fortunate, but the fact remains, it should not be taxpayer's
responsibility to pay the debts of those who opt to create life
and walk away.
This is a matter that needs as much attention as undocu-
mented workers.
Our children, our next generation, society's hope for the
future deserve better.
Maybe we should see a few special task forces busting
into offices looking for those who are breaking a covenant by
not paying their fair share.
With today's financial climate, it can be understood if a
person falls a month or two behind, but with deadbeat par-
ents we're often talking about those who have made no pay-
ments and clearly have no intention of ever doing so.
These people have left us to pay for their child-ulti-
mately taking money from us in what, is little more than theft.
Millions of dollars in unpaid child support are owed in
Santa Rosa alone.
Those uncollected dollars end up coming from the pock-
ets of everyone else to fund local, state and federal programs.
Santa Rosa County wanted undocumented workers off
the streets and got it.
Isn't it now time to make "undocumented parents" pay
their debt?
This isn't just a debt to society, but a debt the children
and to God.


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A GUEST VIEWPOINT


How many guns are enough


By Victoria Samson
Old habits die hard, and
nowhere is that aphorism truer
than at the Pentagon. In the
Fiscal Year (FY) 2009 budget
request, released at the begin-
-ning of February, the
Department of Defense (DOD)
asked for $518 billion. This is
the highest amount for the
Pentagon since World War 1I.
Marking its 10th straight year of
growth, the Pentagon's budget
request puts to rest any thought
of reallocating funds in the post-
Cold War era and demonstrates
that no matter what the security
situation is globally, no amount
of funding will ever be enough.
To put this request into prop-
er perspective: When the United
States was preparing for nuclear
war with a peer competitor, as it
was commonly thought to be
doing during the five decades of
the Cold War, it still asked for
less funding (corrected for infla--
tion) than the Pentagon is seek-
ing now. The real question is
whether this current stratospher-
ic level of funding is warranted.
And if it is, are we spending our
money on the actual threats we
face, or are we throwing money
after programs that have been
rendered obsolete?
One case in point is the F-22
Raptor plane. Originally intend-
ed for air-to-air combat, this air-
craft now has a questionable
role in determining U.S. securi-
ty. Whom exactly this fighter


would be fighting is unclear. As
Secretary of Defense 'Robert
Gates recently pointed out, "The
reality is, we are fighting two
wars, in Iraq and Afghanistan,
and the F-22 has not performed
a single mission in either the-
ater."
Even so, the Pentagon wishes
to limit its purchases of the F-22
to "just" 183 of them, at a cost
of $140 million...each. This is
still not enough for the Air
Force, which vehemently insists
that 381 are still needed as ini-
tially planned. The Air Force as
a service is trying to find direc-
tion in a time when the chance
of aerial dogfights is slim to
none, and it is understandable
that some old procurement incli-
nations reassert themselves from
time to time. But it is inexcus-
able to put this sort of funding
into a program that does little to
strengthen U.S. security when so
many other more pressing needs
for the military go unmet.
Along those lines, the
Pentagon is asking for an addi-
tional $70 billion for the wars in
Iraq and Afghanistan (this would
be on top of the nearly $700 bil-
.lion that has been spent on them
to date). There are two things
wrong with this. To begin, this
extra funding is being requested
as a supplemental appropriation
outside the normal budget
request. Such a supplemental
account was typically used to
handle emergency situations and


could not have been accounted
for in the regular annual budget
request. Five years after the
United States invaded Iraq, it
cannot have come as a surprise
to Pentagon planners that they
needed funding for those wars.
It's similar to considering your
rent a surprise expense.
Furthermore, the wars are
costing the United States $12
billion a month. Even those of
us who are not gifted at math
can figure out that the $70 bil-
lion will be burned through
before the end of the fiscal year,
and will run out right as the
George W. Bush administration
is leaving the White House.
How fortuitous for the current
administration and how calami-
tous this will be for the next
one, which will have as one of
its first tasks in office to scram-
ble to figure out wartime fund-
ing. No matter how one feels
about the war in Iraq, this is a
dirty trick to pull.
So the Pentagon is asking for
record amounts for programs we
no longer need and insufficient
sums for wars we are actually
fighting. With distorted priori-
ties like this, it makes one won-
der how secure we actually are.

Victoria Samson is a
research analyst for the Center
for Defense Information, a non-
partisan think tank in
Washington, D.C., that focuses
on military and security issues.


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Living under a promise
FM: Raymond Johns
Milton, Fla.

Dear Editor,

For years my people have
been living under the promise.
We in America are a nation of
immigrants and discrimination is
an immigrant of hazardous
national choice. The choice as to
hate rather than love a fellow man
because of color, in the past, and
now still as a modern nation.
our views In this nation some of our past
or ANY presidents were not' ashamed to
zetle read- uphold the freedom of a black
t, too. man.
LETTERS When the white man came to
va Street, this country and took over, his
850) 623- mission was to rule and reign over
every other man.
or content The land was taken from the
For a letter natives, and all he couldn't make
sign your slaves-he shipped in.
our phone My people were beaten, kid-
nay phone napped, and the women raped. We
worked like dogs or worse, still


looking for a reconstruction.
Apart from the Jim Crow
counties and the Jim Crow wit-
ness stand, all the improbable
applications of the principle sug-
gested by the law in decision had
been put into practice down to
and including the Jim Crow Bible.
Jesus said to love one anoth-
er, but not all Christians will love
a black man, even the school sys-
tems in the U.S. are willing to
teach our children about the life,
unfairness of the past, and tell
them it is wrong and this is what
keeps old Jim Crow alive.
The white man is still prac-
ticing unfair labor, unfair bank-
ing, unfair housing, and still liv-
ing in denial of the hate some
still hoard.
I know some who smile in
my face and put the dagger in my
back when we part.
Even the very law that is sup-
posed to protect us is still biased.
Why do I say that?
I am glad you asked, because
all of the above is what I live
with everyday.


I don't have anything to hide
or a reason to lie, because if I
don't want to do something I just
say no.
Our white leaders love only a
black man's vote, not his out-
come.
Some still need to abort their
hatred for black equality, and
then some are still going down
with the millstone around their
neck, drowning their own hearts
in cleverness.
Hating someone who loves
you, we all have a part to do.
I've done my part. I was the
slave. Now some of my fellow
men and women need to free
themselves.

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(
courts?
All of the


in all federal

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 for 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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Honor Rolls



S.S. Dixon Intermediate School Honor Roll


The following students
of S.S. Dixon Intermediate
School worked very hard to
achieve th honor status for
the Second Nine Weeks of
the 2007-08 School Year!
Congratulations!
Third Grade
A Honor Roll
Joey Gibson, Katherine
McCall, Nickolas Rowe,
Rhiane Brooks, Stephanie
Backes, Amelia Ballast,
Spencer Downs, Kyleigh
Lacsamana, Dakota Ball,
Andrew Colyer, Christian
Early, Triston Gosselin,
Miya Henson, Cayden Kee,
Jordan Lally, Jordyn
Lassiter, Ben Leubbers,
Ceanna Martin, James
Stephens, Lexxie Sulzbach,
Julianna Abrams, Anna
Colley, Kayley Hepworth,
Haley Johnson, Grayson
Keller, Aryn Otero, Abby
Pennington, Jasmine Penton,
Carley Woolfolk, Emily
Cleveland, Emily Fantana,
Lydia Harley, Spencer Hill,
Connor Howton, Haley
Lassiter, Courtney Metzger,
Patrick Cahill, Christia
Victoriano, Caitlin
Schroeder, Dan Erickson,
Donny Beckham, Sean
Considine, Bethany Grant,
Deanna Hall, Lisa Liebens,
Conor Walsh, Michael
Constantine, Tyler
Thompson, Avery
McCammon, Kyra Anaruk,
Tony Marcantonio, Kaleigh
Mayne, Maddie Rowland,
Alexandra Shackelford,
Anthony Shallow, Trent
Short, and Hannah Plum;
A/B Honor Roll
Kalea Apongan, Morgan
Bailey, Eric Coley, Victoria


Magilke, Nicholas
Montgomery, Jody Prescott,
Kaylin Spadin, Joshua
Stafford, Trent Villafania,
Hailey Brown, Laura Green,
Andrew Marlow, Joshua
Raines, Wesley Ward,
Hannah Harrison, Alexis
Ferro, Corbin Grant, J.J.
Lane, Jessica Morgan, Lucas
Ward, Alex Styer, Nathan
Bansemer Nate Blumenstein,
Brayden Forbes, Sierra
,Knowles, Brennan Locklear,
Ryanne Pluff, Hunter
Quebedeaux, Ashlyn Rawls,
Shelby Sanders, Alanna
Straughn, Jordan Vena,
Rhianna Seaman, Madison
Welch, Rebecca Philpot,
Jayden Cerrittos, Mason
Duffer, Ryan Cannon, Darcie
Howard, Ashley Morris,
Cody Badger, Jessi Brown,
Macayla Collinsworth,
Daniel DeGraaf, Mac
Harrell, Alec Ladouceur,
Jacob Lewis, Justin Pate,
Tate Wheat, David Crowell,
Joseph Daly, Morgan Helton,
Savannah, Joseph, Jacob
Nemith, Kalin Stockdale,
Kyle Wood, Jamie
Alexander, Blake DeCoux,
Hanah Groton, Chase
Macarthy, Abbie Perritt,
Ashto Stephens, Erika
Wilson, Sean Stephens,
Nicholas Singletary, Isabella
Bilton, Loc Cassida, Zachary
McAlpin, Kassidy Adams,
Tori Watson, Anthony
Johnson, Jaxon Adams,
Madison Ahl, Makenna
Demmi, Michael Denny,
Dylan Glass, Jillian Johnson,
Avian Kerta-Yasa, Amelia
Lacey, Trent Moulder,
Cassidy Smith, Hunter
Smith, Haley Wise, Dylan


Andrews, Austin Colvin,
Schad Markham, Hunter
Nicholas, Alyssa Powell, and
Whitney Stewart;
Fourth Grade
A Honor Roll
Kendall Jordan, Sarah
Faulkner, Brooke Heirholzer,
Jack Northrup, Alyssa
Quigley, Jacob Salter, Tyler
Seibel, Austin Van Norman,
Gabbi Reese, Isaac Bailey,
Michael Batterton, Abigail
Carden, Carolyn Jenson,
Emily Walker, Olivia Blue,
Claire Wilson, Brenna
Rowland, Ben Martin, Ellie
Johnson, Coltin Clark, Dylan
Layun, Eric Alford, Danielle
Bryant, Collin Carpenter,
Kim Clemons, lan Craven,
Maddie Knorr, Maria
Moulyet, Shelby Neal,
Garrett Smith, Nathan
Andreo, Aly Bly, Claire
Browning, Bailey Daughtry,
Jacob Hartley, Samantha
Kummer, Tyler Smith,
Brooks Davis, Andrew
Hand, Madison Newton,
Jerry Robinson, Allen
Westerkom, Caitlin
Hagendorfer, Philip Stotts,
and Brannon Wilson;
A/B Honor Roll
Logan Brabham, Shelby
Bruno, Hunter Burklow,
Austin Carpenter, Trevor
Easley, Sean Ennis, Jillian
McCoy, Anna Moulyet, Jake
Showalter, Amber Angeles,
Alex Archer, Tyler Brisby,
Kyle Flexsenhar, Kaity
Menke, Bryce Miller,
Cougar Perritt, Dallam
Pettus, Samantha Sanders,
Carlee Smith, Matthew
Rundles, & Bryceon
Snowman, Brandon Abbott,
Gregory Coffield, Lillian


Dwiggins, Colton Easterling,
Anthony Krevatas, Kaelyn
Martin, Madilynn Peck,
Lindsey Sims, Demetre
Williams, Joseph Weaver,
Megan Lally, Courtney
Dochstader, Elizabeth
Watkins, Matthew Teel,
Samantha Sparks, Emerald
Green, Brandon Covan, L.J.
Ballast, Justin Antone,
Hannah Holden, Kaitlyn
Meadows, Nikki Needles,
Tyler Atkins, Ashlynn
Aglipay, Ayeonna
Thibodeau, Brett
Birmingham, Ashton Majors,
Logan Guerrero, Shawn
Luciani, Walker Carroll,
Taylor Cobb, Brenna Fieleke,
Garrett Johnson, Kailey
Lincke, Nathaniel
Macmurtrie, Baleigh Perritt,
Emilee Taylor, Matthew
Ayala, Bailey English,
Brianna Hawthorne, Rylie
Huber, Elizabeth Minotti,
Mikayla Ranieri-Sorrells,
Lexy Small, Gavin White,
Caitlyn Smith, Will Bercot,
Kirsten Cederstrom, Chris
Durden, Caitlyn Edwards,
Jillian Godwin, Katelyn
Goodson, Christian
Johannemann, Caitlin
Knowles, Dannielle Laborte,
Daniel LeMay, Dana Siyufy,
Adrian Hattan, Avery Brown,
Marcus Crutchfield,
Gwendolyn Head, Cody
Horn, Madison Ishie, Delaney
Kirn, Zachary McPheeters,
Micah Pack, Trey Tomey,
Logan Meyer, Cameron
Beasley, Sean O'Hern,
Christopher Franco, Corey
Menefee, Bethany Polk,
Austin Zoulek, and Gillian
Rabold;
Fifth Grade


A Honor Roll
Kailyn Adams, Berkeley
Fortune, Jake Groves, Chloe
Johnson, Madeline
McGammon, Will Whitfield,
Cassidy Barrow, Leah
Randolph, Mary Kate
Blaylock, Jarrod Colley, Beth
Cunningham, Aaron Edge,
Reid Grant, Autumn Hinote,
Emilee Lewis, Katie
Mahaffey, Emily Miller,
Allison Tislow, Adrienne
Trematerra, Ian Garland,
Ashley Kummer, Savannah
Kuss, Kate Liggett, Ashley
Mclatchie, Gabe Scott, Sarah
Stark, Bobbie Alexander,
Colton Brown, Mackenzie
Finnan, Dylan Kasper, Amber
Moynihan, Regan Robinson,
Breanna Shell, Megan Bolton,
Marina Cody, Austin Coulter,
Andrew Hart, Tatyana
Hendricks, Kaleb Kvartek,
Caroline Mayne, Rachel
Nemith, Preston Peranich,
Meghan Richards, Anthony
Ton, Sinclair Bilton, Jordan
Brooks, Taylor Scanlon,
McKenna Wilson, Mikeala
Windle, Taylor Easley, Joshua
Fields, Shayna Kelley, Sam
Pluff, Marissa Walker, and
Eric Wuesthoff;
A/B Honor Roll
Hunter Lovette, Ian
Malone, Miranda McBride,
Jordan Moore, Trent Perry,
Brendan Roan, Kellison
Shell, Dina Soliman, Josh
Tallman, Madeleine Bell,
Payton Box, Cortney
Douglas, Madison Edwards,
Brianna Key, Wesley
Lasseter, Hannah McKinley,
Ashton Reynolds, Lauren
Stinson, Kaitlyn Taguiam,
Claire Taylor, Kyler Tinkler,
Blake Towson, Daniela


Cerritos, Ben Brown, Max
Brown, Bradley Ezekiel,
Trevor Perry, Laiken Stinson,
Loren Stone, Madison
Tomlinson, Eric Vinke,
Matthew Walker, Savannah
Wilson, Isabella Bailey,
Kaylee Lowe, Logan Minotti,
Kody Anderson, Jessica
Brady, Anthony Brown,
Payton Carpenter, Chris
Clark, Destiny Covington,
David Edwards, Jamie
Maddox, Trinity Richburg,
Quaide Weimerskirch,
Brittany Yates, Hunter
Cannon, Connor Grubb,
Brendan McClendon, Tristen
Pearson, Kiersten
Richardson, Sarah Roberston,
Sarah Varley, Amanda
Vasquez, Madisyn Walker,
Morgan Woolum, Hannah
Abrams, Kaitlynn Cannon,
T.J. Flaherty, Dylan Hart,
Chloe Hicks, Erica
Kinnaman, Chase Moulder,
Ashley Rogers, Tom
Samoluk, Jesse Cheney,
Jaycee Crisco, Alicia
Crowder, Cadon Harris, Slade
Jarman, Cheyenne Joseph,
Brittany Koehler, David
Perritt, Mariah Philpot, Aerial
Viars, Brittany Williams,
Hannah Broadwater, Emily
Austraw, Lacy Boyd, Tyla
Cohen, Brett Cotton, Tannor
Dowdall, Karah Franklin,
Skylar Jordan, Grayson
Martin, Kendall Robarge,
Savannah Rosales, Ashley
Asghar, Anna Barfield, Deion
Black, Kyle Kvartek, Chase
Lambert, Christian Lindsay,
Sarah McAdams Lauren
Minnick, Jacob O'Dell,
Corey O'Steen, Bryan Shy,
Lindsay Smith, and Amy
Sommer.


Jay Elementary School Honor Roll for 2nd nine weeks


The students of Jay
Elementary School have
worked diligently and have
attained their status on the
honor rolls for the 2nd 9 Weeks
of 2007/08 school year.
Congratulations!
AUlA's:
Mckenzie Bray, Briana
Brown, Savannah Brown, Jay
Camley, Logan Dobson, Emily
Dobson, Brooke Donahue,
Josh Gay, Ashlyn Geck, Abby
Harrison, Hillary Hendricks,
Matti Holt, Micah Kemp,
Sydney Lowery, Baylor Mann,
Holden McCaskill, Victor


Mishoe, Colby Odom,
Brandon Poley, Hannah
Prescott, Emily Russell,
Satchel Starling, Lora Watson,
Ben Watson, and Dylan Wolfe
All A's & B's:
Sarah Adkinson, Eddie
Agrait, Jorja Agrait, Kaitlyn
Aguirre, Steven Archer, Emily
Ashworth, John Ashworth,
Katelyn Baker, Jesse Belanger,
Danielle Belden, Kevin Biggs,
Tyler Blackmon, Chad
Bohnert, Austin Boutwell,
Brandon Boutwell, Dalton
Bradley, Paige Bray, Clay
Brown, Chandler Burgess, Eli


Burkhead, Bristin Campbell,
Samantha Campbell, Abby
Copeland, Kolby Copeland,
Shanna Dales, Skye Donahue,
Savannah DuBose, Devin
Enfinger, Thomas Fischer,
Denise Floyd, RayAnn Free.
Justic Garcia, Lauren Gavin,
Jeremy Gibbs, Zachary Gibbs,
Danielle Gihnore, Jackson
Godwin, Madelyn Godwin,
Seth Goforth, John Daniel
Golden, Jacob Harris, Kayla
Harrison, James Hatfield,
Conner Hendricks, Jared
Hendricks, Tatiana Jensen,
Summer Joyner, Leslie Kelley,


Oriole Beach Elementary Honor Roll


Mrs. Dawn Alt, Principal, Mr.
Warren Stevens, Assistant Principal,
and the Oriole Beach Elementary
Staff congratulate the following stu-
dents.
3rd GRADE Mrs. Brown -
"A" Honor Roll Erica Buck,
Melissa Jordan
3rd GRADE Mrs. Knight: -
"A" Honor Roll Samantha Bixler,
Nicole Parks
3rd GRADE Mrs. Laurent -
"A" Honor Roll Drew Liess
3rd GRADE-Mr. Nelson-"A"
Honor Roll Drew Shea
3rd GRADE Miss Swenor -
"A" Honor Roll David Broadhurst,
Andrew Dorsey, Faith Franz,
Summer Scott, Colin Wright
4th GRADE Mrs. Ceravolo -
"A" Honor Roll Jade Carver, Jares
Doverspike, Natalie Jones, Megan
Pewitt, Brennan Sise
4th GRADE Ms. Etheridge -
"A" Honor Roll -Ashley McComber,
Scotty McGaugh, Claire Overly,
Ashley Sekul
4th GRADE-Ms. Garcia- "A"
Honor Roll Lauren Holtzclaw,
Lindsey McComber, Maddie Ngo
4th GRADE Mrs. Harvey -
"A" Honor Roll Brianna Sekul
4th GRADE Mrs. Holifield -
"A" Honor Roll Jonna Boulton,
Michael Neese, Olivia Printiss
4th GRADE Mrs. Marcanio -
"A" Honor Roll Maddie Bookobt,
Emily Hoeflich
4th GRADE- Mrs. Routh -"A"
Honor Roll- Jessica Laenger, Jacob
McComber, Jamie Seabrooke,
Katelyn Sherman, Brittany
Wilkerson
5th GRADE Mrs. Broach -
"A" Honor Roll Camille Adkison,
Zach Amer, Trent Compton, Brent
Perez
5th GRADE- Dr. Carson "A"
Honor Roll- NathanielAmer, Rachel
Carr, Kaitlin Carver, Brie Perdue,
Gant Player
5th GRADE Mrs. Godfrey -
"A" Honor Roll Kayla Carroll,
Ashley Mclninch, Taylor Robinson
5th GRADE Mrs. Leininger -
"A" Honor Roll David Cabaugh,


Sydney Ezelle, Thomas Flynn, Jacob
Peavy,,Mac Pewitt, Kaleigh Snyder,
Luke Stachler
5th GRADE-Mrs. Pierce "A"
Honor Roll Jacob Kubik, Zachary
Mathews, Alexandra Truett
5th GRADE Mrs. Wilkins -
"A" Honor Roll Mai Bunch, Sarah
Grubbs, Dylan Hanks, Jasmyn
Heam,Auston Lewter, Griffin Lynch,
Meredith Snyder, Emily Viglione,
Josh Wise
A/B HONOR ROLL
3d GRADE-Mrs. Brown "A
/ B" Honor Roll Taylor Kehoe,Will
Cross, Hayden Essary, Alex
Hemandez, Madeline Johnson, Logan
Kilgore, Shelby Oquist, Ansley Segal
3rd GRADE-Mrs. Knight -"A
/ B" Honor Roll Talia Bogan,
Madison Brewer, Ed Kellermann,
Daniel Laurent, Anna Lewis, Trevor
Robinson
3rd GRADE Mrs. Laurent -
"A / B" Honor Roll Tristan
Diamond, Jonas Ellington, Keegan
Luchsinger, Cheyenne Russell,
Maddie McManus
3rd GRADE-Mr. Nelson-"A/
B" Honor Roll Azelonde Ellison,
Konner Flynn, Jesse Gann, Allison
Gmbbs, Makenzie Holcomb, Ben
Knapp, Jake Mcilwain, Zach
Pohlman, Madison Scifo, Anna
Sclafani, Madison Wade
3rd GRADE Mrs. Randle -"A
/ B" Honor Roll Haleigh Dickeron,
Amber Doyle, Magen Huntley,
Katya Khvatkova, Ronald Philips,
Hailie Wright
3rd GRADE-Mrs. Shields-"A
/ B" Honor Roll- Asia Clark, Kristyn
Gordon, Riley Robinson, Olivia Trejo,
Sarah Vines, Bryce Whitener
3rd GRADE Miss Swenor -
"A / B" Honor Roll Paola
Gutierrez, Ashley Hild, Richard Pino,
Taylor Wilt, Nicholas Woods
4th GRADE Mrs. Ceravolo -
"A / B" Honor Roll Kristin
Holifield, Emily Rickett, Madisyn
Smith
4th GRADE Ms. Etheridge -
"A / B" Honor Roll Jordyn
Bradley, Arrah Calvin, Destini
F'emun, Tristan Felder, Viet Nguyen,


Jonah Roby
4th GRADE Ms. Garcia "A
/ B" Honor Roll Kel Credeur,
Amber Hamilton, Olivia Johnson,
Allie Neyman
4th GRADE Mrs. Harvey -
"A / B" Honor Roll Connor
Boudreaux, Hunter Cosse, Kalani
deGafferelly, Harrison Flemming,
Madyson Hickman, Samantha
Holloway, Alexis Johnson, Heath
Johnson, Skylyr Merchant, Nathan
Paulchek, Abby Ray
4th GRADE Mrs. Holifield -
"A / B" Honor Roll Sam Dalton,
Matthew Kenworthy, Aidan Nichols,
Sunny Martineau
4th GRADE Mrs. Marcanio -
"A / B" Honor Roll Angeli
Campbell, Jordan Fazio, Destry Nix,
Natalie Tobin
4th GRADE Mrs. Routh "A
/ B" Hohor Roll Adam Reynolds,
Cameron Fields, Savannah Goette,
TJ Durst
5thGRADE-Ms. Broach-"A/
B"HonorRoll -Kyle Goldsmith, Devin
Gura, Autumn Hamilton, Dylan Hartley,
Tioy Lebaudais, Melia Wright, Claite
Youngman
5th GRADE- Dr. Carson "A /
B" Honor Roll Samantha Clak, David
Conrey, Samuel Dantin, John
McQuillan, Michael Rice, Jackson
Shelton,Alyssa Stivers
5th GRADE Mis. Godfiey "A
/ B" Honor Roll Alex Boys, Aaron
Cesai; Brittany Cole, Jordan Doman,
Alison Jennings, TImmy Printiss, Emily
Simmering
5th GRADE-Mis. Leininger-"A
/ B" Honor Roll Bailey Anderson,
Isabel Randall, George Scifo, Alicia
Stevens
5th GRADE Mrs. Pierce "A /
B" Honor Roll Gray Aanestad, Teny
Bames, Nolan Blanchard, Chloe
Gillman, Alex Holloway, Collin Kagan,
Hannah Miller, Brandon Ngo, Taelor
Smith, Lyndsey White
5th GRADE-Mrs.Wilkins "A/
B" HonorRoll- Kaylee Bogan, Bryson
Cole, Alex Gambaro, Dylan Hall, Susie
Hanis, Keri Hawkins, Kenny Henholz,
Nicole Keny, Kevin Kuktelionis, Greer
Lee, Taylor Scheele


Morgan Kelley, Taylor Kelley,
Jordan Kent, Cameron Lowrey,
Cheyenne Mack, Dakota
Mack, Troy Mandris, Meghan
Mayo. Aniston McCall,
Christian McCall, Blake
Moore. Taylor Moore, Carissa
Mulford, Megan Mulford,
Zachary Nolan, Tyler Odom,
Samantha Pearson, Jessalyn
Phelps, Blake Pilgrim,


Mackenzie Porter, Summer
Qualls, Tori Raught, Blake
Reid, Stephany Rice, Joseph
Roberts, Miranda Roberts,
Austin Sapp, Savannah
Seevers, Ally Settle, Hank
Sheffield, Alaina Smith, Logan
Smith, Paige Smith, Samantha
Steadham, Harley Tagert,
Hannah Taylor, Marshal
Thomas, Dakota Thompson,


Bayleigh Upton, Hannah
Vaughn, Courtney Walther,
Dylan Wayland, Jocelyn Wells,
Laura Wessel, Brittany White,
Max Whitman, Miles
Whitman, Logan Wilson,
Riana Wolfe
Citizenship: Amber Cross,
Angel Ard, Logan Cooley, and
Trevor Flowers. Moore, Lela
Simmons


NOTICE OF APPLICANT SCHEDULE FOR
THE FEDERAL JOB ACCESS & REVERSE COMMUTE (JARC)
PROGRAM AND NEW FREEDOM (NFP) PROGRAM

Notice is here by given that Escambia County-Area Transit (ECAT), act-
ing for the Board of County Commissioners, the Designated Recipient,
and the West Florida Regional Planning Council (WFRPC) acting as the
Facillitator, are accepting applications for the FY08 Federal JARC and
NFP transportation assistance programs with the following funding
available.
Funding FY06 FY07 Total
Section 5316 JARC $179,877 $187,713 $367,590
Sections 5317 NFP $ 96,944 $104,064 $201,008


Project Selections for JARC and New Freedom


Projects will be awarded through a competitive selection process. A
review committee will review and score all applications using the estab-
lished criteria. The committee will then develop a ranking of projects
based on these scores, Consideration will also be given to selecting
JARC and NFP projects that achieve a fair distribution of transportation
services within the two-county service area and maximize use of avail-
able funds. The review committee will recommend JARC and NFP proj-
ects to be included, in an annual Program of Projects (POP) that will be
presented to the TPO and interested committees, as appropriate. As the
designated recipient of the JARC and NFP funds, the Escambia County
Board of County Commissioners (BCC) will approve a final POP that
includes selected JARC and NF projects. A public hearing on the POP
will be held at the BCC Board meeting, after which ECAT will submit an
application, including the POP, to FTA for approval. The approved POP
will then be published and the applicants notified.

Applications and Project Selection Schedule


Feb 18, 2008


Project Applications Available on ECAT and WFRPC Web
Pages (www.goecat.com & www.wfrpc.org)


March 28, 2008 Project Applications Due (Original and Five (5) Copies)

April 23, 2008 Review Committee Develops Program of Projects for Funding


May 14, 2008


June 5, 2008


July/Aug 2008


Programs of Projects presented to Florida-Alabama TPO for
endorsement

Public Hearing, POP and Grant Applicatioy Approval by Board of
County Commissioners

FTA Review and Approval of POP and Grant Approval Project
Funding Available


September 2008 Project Start-Up, or as soon as funding is available.


For additional information, please contact Ms. Tonya Ellis, WFRPC,
(850) 332-7976, x211 or Bob Blandine, ECAT, (850) 595-3228, x213. E


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Angel Food Ministry releases March Menu


Welcome to It's A
Blessing! Units of food are
made available to you
through Angel Food
Ministries on a monthly
basis at only $30 per unit.
You may purchase as many
units as you want. Each unit
that you purchase allows you
to buy the specials. March's
distribution takes place
Saturday. March 29, from 8
to 9:30 a.m. at the
Fellowship Hall. Milton's
host site is First United
Methodist Church, located at
6830 Benrryhill St. Sign-up is
Mar. 4, 5, & 6. from 11 to
12:30 p.m. at the Church


Office. Also, Wednesday,
Mar. 5th from 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. at the Fellowship Hall.
March menu tentatively
is: 1.5 Top Sirloin Roast, 2
lb. IQF Boneless Skinless
Chicken Breast, 1.5 lb.
Boneless Pork Fillet, 2 lb.
Breaded Chicken Breast
Strips, 1.5 lb. Boxed Lean
Beef Patties, 4 IQF Chicken
Leg Quarters, 16 oz. All
Meat Bologna, 16 oz.
Ground Turkey, 24 oz.
Steak-Cut French Fries, 16
oz. Frozen Mixed
Vegetables, 16 oz. Frozen
Green Beans, 10 ct. Waffles,
32 oz. Shelf-Stable Milk, 16


oz. Blue Bonnet Margarine,
15 oz. Pork and Beans, 15
oz. Marie Callender's Soup,
7.5 oz. Macaroni & ( hcc-.c,
and 1I Dessert Item. (All fori
just $30.)
One or more Specials
are available Only with the
purchase of a Regular Box
Above.
Mar. Special #1 at
$20.00 is 8 lb. Family-Size
Grill Combo Box, 2 lb.
Thick Cut Pork Chops (4 x 8
oz.), 2.5 lb. Meaty Beef
Ribs, 2 lb. Lean Htimbulgel
Beef Steaks (4 x '8 oz.), 1.:5
lb. All Meat Bratwurst
Sausage Links.


Conference to bring interest

and concern for other cultures


The annual Missions
Conference hosted by Faith
Baptist Church begins
Sunday, March 2. The regu-
lar schedule of Sunday serv-
ices includes Sunday School
at 9:45 a.m., morning wor-
ship at 11 a.m., and evening
worship at 6 p.m. Weekdays
(Monday through
Wednesday) begin with
Radio Broadcast & Bible
discussion at 8 a.m. A mis-
sionary will speak each day
at 10:30 a.m. Presentations
by missionary families will
be given from 11:15'a.m. to
12:15 p.m. Lunch will be

Isaacs in


served at the conclusion of
the morning service.
Afternoons are generally
free to rest, study, or explore
the Milton/Pensacola area.
The evening services begin
at 7 p.m. and will finish
about 9:15 p.m. Everyone
with an interest in ,world-
wide missions is invited to
attend,any of the sessions.
This year we are expect-
ing six missionary families.
Mission fields include
Central Asia (Kazakhstan,
Kyrgyzstan, & Uzbekistan),
Native American Indians,
Africa, Alaska, seamen from


all parts of the world, Jews,
.and many other focused
groPups.
A warm welcome
awaits you from Pastor
Dewey Mars and members
of the congregation., Faith
Baptist Church is located on
the corner of Dogwood
Drive (SR89) and Hamilton
Bridge Ridge Road. A nurs-
ery will be provided for chil-
dren under the age of three
years. For further informa-
tion or transportation, call
the church office at 623-
8207.


Mar. Special #2 at
$20.00 is 5 lb. Rib Eye Steak
Box, 5 lb. Thick Cut Rib Eye
Steaks (8 X 10 oz.)
Mai-. Special //3 at
$18.00 is 10 Ibs. Chicken
Tenders Box, & 10 lb.
Breaded Chicken Breast
Tenders.
Angel Food Ministries
reserves the right to substi-
tute any of the above items
due to availability, cost and
quality,
Food Stamps (EBT) are
accepted.
Call 623-6683 for more
information!


Gospel
Illusions at 15st

Missionary

On Sunday Maluch 2,
Sorne join Firsti
MNIiii'mur\ Baptist
( Iuitch .11 piin "Ken
Jnld B.irlb-L." Sibile .nIe
nil sion.I \ helpers, .11d
\\ill be in [hIe neve ing
,er ice- presenting the
Gospel by \\a\ of "illu-

The church i,, located
at 3t49 Pace Road int
Pace Pastot is John
Hancock. For more infor-
manon call 994-6554


Concert! John Holstream to speak
at St. Ann in March


The Isaacs will be in concert at First Assembly of God in
Milton, on Sunday, March 2nd at 6 p.m. The Isaacs are the #1
family Blue Grass Gospel group in the nation. You will not
want to miss this! First Assembly of God is located in Milton
on Dogwood Drive. A free-will offering will be received for
the Isaacs. For more information, call 850-232-7809.


"As for God, his way is perfect: the word
of the LORD is tried: he is a buckler to
all those that trust in him...It is God
that girdeth me with strength,
and maketh my way perfect."
Psalm 18:30, 32

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Brother John
Hotstream, who runs the St.
Anne mission on the Navajo
Reservation in Klagetoh,
Arizona, will come for a
visit March 9. and speak at
all Masses at St. Ann in Gulf
Breeze.
Born in 1937 in New
Orleans, Brother John went
to Catholic school in New
Orleans, St. Matthias off
Broad and Napoleon. When
he began going to St.
Stanislaus in Bay St. Louis,
Mississippi, he felt called to
be a Brother of the Sacred
Heart.
"It was the Jesuits, their
philosophy and theology
that became the basis for my
spirituality," he. said.
"My community of
Brothers of the Sacred Heart
taught me that God is full of
surprises and that He's never
finished with you! My stu-
dents taught me to always
ask "why?" and more impor-
tantly, "why not?" Brother
John said.


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Cathy and Chuck Porter
are among the parishioners
who have taken mission
trips to Klagetoh to help
Brother John with various
projects. Porter said the
schools on the reservation
are very poor and over half
the teenagers do not finish
school: those that do, have
trouble finding jobs.
Meanwhile, she said, the
parents feel that the reserva-
tion should be enough for
their children, and don't
understand why education
and job skills are so impor-
tant.
"The Navajo nation is
trying to instill a sense of
pride and culture in their
youth, but life is tough and
trying to live between the
two worlds is difficult,"
Porter said. "Many are leav-
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man's world.' These teens
just want a normal life, and
the St. Anne Mission is try-
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Dear Pastor Gallups, In John 7:8, it appears that Jesus may
have actually lied! Flow do you explain this? J. P., Pace,
Florida
Dear J. P., Here is the passage to which you are referring;
"After this, Jesus went around in Galilee, purposely
staying away from Judea because the Jews there were
waiting to take his life. But when the Jewish Feast of
Tabernacles was near, Jesus' brothers said to him,
"You ought to leave here and go to Judea, so that your
disciples may see the miracles you do. No one who
wants to become a public'figure acts in secret. Since
you are doing these things, show yourself to the world."
For even his own brothers did not believe in him.
"Therefore Jesus told them, "The right time for me has
not yet come; for you any time is right. The world can-
not hate you, but it hates me because I testify that what
it does is evil. You go to the Feast. I am not [yet] going
up to this Feast, because for me the right time has not
yet come." Having said this, he stayed in Galilee.
However, after his brothers had left for the feast, he
went also, not publicly, but in secret. -John 7:1-10,
NIV
Both the K.J.V. and the N.I.V. have the word "yet."
However, in many of the earliest manuscript copies the
word "yet" does not appear. It could be that a scribe in
some of the early hand copied translations added it in
order to clear up the context.
Regardless, I see no problem with this passage, as the
context is crystal clear. Jesus was not addressing whether
or not he would go to the feast "at all," but rather was
responding to the context of the question of his
brothers...they wanted him to go in a public display of his
prominence and power. Jesus simply responded that he
would not choose to appear at the feast in that way.
There is no scriptural or historical evidence of any kind
that Jesus ever lied about anything. Everything he said he
would do, he did; including going to a cross for our sin and
rising from the dead to prove that He alone was our
salvation.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida Slate University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International
Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For
more infonnation alxbut HHBC. cal 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions
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The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators met
February 18 in its usual loca-
tion on the campus of Locklin
Technical Center. Edna
McWilliams, president, called
the meeting to order and Mary
Beth Williams, vice president,
gave the devotional, which
centered on "prayer." New
officers for the years 2008-
2009 and 2008-2010 were
presented by the nominating
committee. The following
were elected: Carolyn Wells
McLaughlin, President; Joann
Timlin, Vice President;
Marilyn James, Secretary;
and Juanita Riley was re-
elected Treasurer. They will
be installed during the meet-
ing on May 19.
After the business meet-
in) concluded Gail
Underwood, who is also a
retired educator, was present-
ed by Mary Beth Williams.
Gail works during the height
of the tourist season as a guide


at Gcu., I'i.-, Pennsylvania.
She informed the group that
she was the "token"
Southerner employed there.
The title of her program was
"Civil War Quilts." She came
dressed in her attire that she
wears when on duty as a
guide-all nine layers of it.
She brought some examples
of quilts of this period to show
and she told stories that relat-
ed to the quilts during the war.
Because fabric and batting
were in short supply at that
time, the women would some-
times take one of their dresses
and cut it up for the fabric.
Some of the quilts were
stuffed with newspapers.
Some groups of women
sewed quilts and raffled them
to raise money to buy gun-
boats for the Confederacy. It
was a most interesting pro-
gram that was enjoyed by all
who attended.
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Civil War Quilts.
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passed out and refreshments
were served. The next meet-
ing will be March 17 and will
be held in the Student Center
on the campus instead of in
the Russell Building. The
program will be a plant


exchange among members
with donations as a money
maker for the organization.
Everyone is asked to bring
quilts to exhibit at this meet-
ing as a cultural affairs activi-
ty.


Green

Continued From Page One
"Concerned citizens," is
Green's suggested remedy,
citing the founding of the
Historical Society as a prime
example.
It was a little old lady
named Stella Gager who
approached CSX Railroad
about purchasing the train
depot, but they asked
$40,000 for it, an amount
Green explains was more
than she wanted to spend on
behalf of the women's group
she belonged to. Gager
appealed to the chamber of
commerce, who* in turn
asked all civic organizations
to assign a representative,
and thus the formal begin-
nings of the Society had
taken root.
Eventually they negotiat-
ed with the L&N Railroad
for the depot and finally paid
$4,000 for the building.
While Green has wit-
nessed certain buildings
being torn down, she has par-
ticipated in the salvation of
others. Her motto was "we
ought to be in the business of
restoring old buildings not
building new ones."
Green learned about the
Imogene from her mother-in-
law, and first stepped foot
inside during the early eight-
ies, nearly forty years since
the curtain had fallen on the-
ater operations.
Noticing the door on the
second floor fire escape was
open one day- she scaled
the stairs to see what was
inside.
"Growing up my favorite
book was the Secret Garden,"
Green recalls, "well, that was
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Laurie Green stands in front of The Imogene Theater in down-
town Milton.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


my secret garden, finding this
place that had once been
beautiful that was just in
ruins," she says.
Prior to being purchased
by the Society in 1984, the
City of Milton was actually
seeking bids for demolition
of the theater, which had
been condemned. Green
remembers shoveling debris
out the widows to the park-
ing lot below on weekends.
"Everything was wet.
The walls had inch thick


plaster, but half of it was
falling off. We had to chip
the rest of it off. The wood
was all wet because it had
leaked for years."
The building was fully
restored with hundreds of
volunteer hours and
$250,000 in state preserva-
tion grants.
Today, in addition to
holding stage productions,
the theater is also home to the
Society's office, the museum
of local history and is avail-


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able to the-public as a rental
for receptions and other pri-
vate gatherings. It is Green
who handles this aspect.
When it became neces-
sary for the Society to raise
money, Green authored 'an
illustrated volume on the his-
tory of Santa Rosa County in
1998, utilizing the large col-
lection of photographs the
Society had accumulated.
She is currently working
on a history of the Milton
Cemetery, photographing
headstones and relating the
* history of some of the more
notable inhabitants buried
there, including some of
Milton's earliest citizens.
Though Green says she is
looking forward to retiring,
to spending time with her
grandchildren, and working
on her new book, she will
stay involved with the
Society in some capacity.
"I'm not dead," she laughs.
And when that time
comes. Green declares with a
smile, she wants to be buried
at the Imogene, below the
granite marker on the outside
of the building.


Greg Brown, CFA
Santa Rosa County
Property Appraiser
Announces to:
Santa Rosa County's Senior Citizens!
The Santa Rosa County Board of County
Commissions has approved the Senior Citizen
Exemption, which allows an
ADDITIONAL $25,000 HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION!
If you meet the following criteria, you may qualify for an
additional Homestead Exemption in Santa Rosa County.
This additional exemption is for the portion of your tax bill
associated with the Board of County Commissioners only.
Property owner must be 65 or older
Total adjusted household income limitations apply
Must apply no later than March 3, 2008
Must qualify for and/or currently be receiving Homestead
Exemption
(Note: You must qualify and
Bl may have to reapply annually).
For additional information:
- (850) 983-1880 / (850) 934-8175
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not always measured in terms of fame, pub-
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notice and acclaim. They do not always
result from the pursuit of recognition, but
rather from a tendency to shun the spotlight,
with no thought of the eventual impact they
will have on the lives of others.

Such is the case of James Manning who
has lived and worked in Milton all his life.
As the second owner of Manning's Grocery,
the classic, community gathering place for
the purchase of groceries, feed, fuel, and
general merchandise for local generations, he
has established a legacy of inspiration, tradi-
tion, and commitment not easily matched.


The humanitarian way James did business back then impacted many households,
providing their members with food and other basic products on credit when they were
otherwise unable to honorably provide for their families' welfare. His customers were
his extended family, an outlook that he took seriously as a responsibility, not because
he had to, but because of a deep seated humanitarian acknowledgment of their dignity
and worth.

Manning's Grocery has become Manning's Farm and Garden under ownership of
his grandson Andy Bell. But he still works part tithe, keeping confiected.

The integrity,. compassion. responsibility. genuine concern for his fellow man and a
respect for heritage and tradition never quite escaped his outlook on life, and countless
individuals today will happily recount how important he has been in their lives. For
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Section B


Mother Nature



doesn't cancel



all area games


Jack Boatner (left) and Jack Muller plan their strategy for the log roll competition at last year's Forestry Conclave and
Lumberjack Festival held at PJC. This Saturday will mark the 20th anniversary for this event in Milton. Muller is the defending
champion for the overall title in the eight events.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


Lumberjacks to arrive at



PJC in Milton this Saturday

By JOSHUA WILKS ,,
jwilks@srpressgazette.comin,
Bluegrass music, nature,
wildlife, food and fun await '
you this weekend as ,
Pensacola Junior College FV,
celebrates its 20th annual .
Forestry Conclave and
Lumberjack Festival that.
will be held from 9 a.m. to4 4
p.m. Saturday at the PJC
Milton campus.
The free event features
forestry competitions includ-
ing. knife throwing, axe
throwing, log-rolling, bow-
sawing, cross-cutting, pulp-
wood tossing and more.
There will be educational
displays, food, free tree
seedlings, music, arts, crafts,
and fun. Attendees can also
learn about environmental
degree programs offered 'by
PJC and the University of
Florida at the Milton cam-
pus.


"Basically it's a festival
to celebrate and recognize
our outdoor heritage," said
Steve Brown, the festival's
events and exhibits coordina-
tor. "It's an excellent oppor-
tunity for us to raise the
awareness and importance of
forestry, natural resource
management, and outdoor
recreation in our communi-
ty."
The event schedule is as
follows:
Adult Lumberjack Games
Schedule (Ages 16 and
older)
9 a.m. Dendrology: Tree
identification contest: con-
testants identify the common
and scientific names.
9:30 a.m. Log Roll:
Timed event, two-person
teams roll a log within a
marked course.
10 a.m. Pulpwood Toss:
Contestants throw a section
of a pine log as far as possi-
ble.
10:30 a.m. Pole Fell:
Precision event where con-
testants fell a pine pole pre-
cisely to their pre-selected
point on the ground
11 a.m. Compass &
Pacing: Determine ending
point of an open survey
using only a compass.
11:30 a.m. DBH
Estimation: Ocular determi-
nation of tree diameters.
12:30 a.m. Knife Throw:
Contestants throw a knife at
a tree butt target for points.
1 p.m. Axe Throw:
Contestants throw an axe at a
tree butt target for points.
1:30 a.m. Women's
Cross-Cut: Timed event
I where two-wompin teams
saw through a 6-ii'ch log.


Rosa Flores is seen competing in the women's cross cut competition where she and teammate
Ann Hicks finished third overall last year
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


2 p.m. Men's Cross-Cut:
Timed event where two-man
teams saw through an 8-inch
log.
2:30 p.m. Jack & Jill
Cross-Cut: Timed event
where man and woman
teams saw through an 8-inch
log.
3 p.m. Bow Sawing:
Timed event where a contest-
ant alone saws through a 6-
inch log.
Junior Lumberjack Games
Schedule (Ages 13 to 15)
11 a.m. Knife Throw:
Contestants throw a knife at
a tree butt target for points.
11:30 a.m. Cross-Cut:
Timed event where 2-person
teams saw through a 6-inch
log.
Awards will be presented
to all junior event partici-
pants.
Activities for children (ages
12 and under)
Children activities will


take place from 9 a.m. to 11
a.m.. at the L.I.F.E.
Center/Sports Complex.
Activities will include
Frisbee throw, face painting,
coloring, softball toss, a visit
from Smokey Bear, crafts
and more.
The Awards ceremony
will be held at 3:30 p.m. in
the Student Center. There
will be additional door prizes
will be awarded, including a
drawing for chainsaw art
sculpture. Awards will also
be presented to the top three
contestants in each adult
event. Overall event points
will be totaled to determine
and award the top three.
Event sponsors include
A+ Sign Station, Andy
Cummings Sculptures,
Asplund, B&C Nursery,
Blackwater Heritage Trail,
Florida Division of
Forestry, Gateswoods
Sports, Gulf Power, Hall's


Hardware, International
Paper, Joshua Timberlands
Elberta Nursery, Manatee's
Stewart Street Grille,
Osmose, Paradise Screen
Printing and Embroidery,
Pic-n-Sav, PJC Follett
Bookstore, PJC Forestry
Club, PJC Milton SGA,
Regis Hair Stylists, Smurfit
Stone, Rock Creek Nursery,
Sthil, Inc., Topline
Equipment & Supplies,
UAP Distribution, and
WXBM 102.7.
Admission to the festi-
val is free. There is a $3
registration fee to partici-
pate in the competitions.
Each additional event is $1
per person. Children, senior
citizens and high school
students compete for free.
For a list of exhibitors,
sponsors and events, visit
the event's Web site at
www.pjc.edu/milton/luim-
berjack or call 484-4463.


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.comr
Mother Nature has won
more games than most this
season as she has forced sev-
eral rain outs the past few
days, but a couple of local
games did get played despite
the wetter than normal con-
ditions.
Jay scored a win in soft-
ball Saturday over West
Florida Tech in Pensacola 6-
3.
The Lady Jags jumped
out to an early 1-0 lead off of
Jay starter Joy Gandy, but
she settled down to scatter
eight hits and three runs for
the game.
Jay took the lead with
three runs in the top of the
second and plated the win-
ning run in the top of the
third to make it 4-1.
The Lady Royals would
score another run in the top
of the fifth before West
Florida added two runs to
make it 5-3 after five
innings.
Jay would add an insur-
ance run in the top of the sev-
enth for the win.
At the plate Megan
Stanton went 2-for-2 with
two RBI's, while Samantha
Calloway went 3-for-4 and
scored a run.
Gandy helped her won


cause going 2-for-4, while
Amber Steadman scored
three runs on the day and
added an RBI while going 1-
for-2 with a double and walk.
In baseball Pace defeated
Escambia 9-1.
Craig Brown pitched six
innings and allowed three
hits while fanning seven for
his first win of the season.
Pace did most of its dam-
age in the second inning
when they chased Gator
pitcher Colin Edmonston
with eight runs.
Ryan Parazine went 2-
for-2 on the day with a home
run and an RBI, while Seth
Fricks and Chapman Cook
both went 2-for-3 at the
plate.
Cook added two RBIs on
the day.
In college baseball Chris
Sorce improved to 3-1 on the
year as Pensacola Junior
College defeated NE
Mississippi 11-1 in
Parkingston, Miss on
Saturday.
Sorce, a former Pace
standout, allowed only one
hit while fanning 11.
In the second part of the
double header Saturday PJC
defeated Mississippi Gulf
Coast 12-6.
The Pirates are now 14-3
on the season.


Boo Weekley falls i


Friday's match play

By BILL GAMBLIN Weekley defeated Martin
sports@srpressgazette.com Kaymer 2-and-1 at
Milton's Boo The Gallery at Dove
Weekley could not Mountain.
get past Woody Austin would
Austin on Friday in end up losing to
the Ben Hogan Henrick Stenson,
Bracket of the who defeated Justin
WGC-Accenture Leonard 3-and-2 for.
Match Play the consolation
Championship this championship on
past weekend in Sunday.
Tucson. Tiger Woods
Weekley, who took the champi-
defeated Sergio Weekley onship by defeating
Garcia 3-and-1 in Stewart Cink 8-and-
the second round of the Ben 7 over 36 holes on Sunday at
Hogan Bracket on Thursday, The Gallery at Dove
lost 3-and-2 to Austin. Mountain.

Florida resident honored

by the Turkey Federation


Special to the Press Gazette
Lanrry Pen-in of the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) was hon-
ored with the prestigious Henry
S. Mosby Award at the
National Wild Turkey
Federation's (NWTF) annual
Convention and Sport Show in
Atlanta, Ga., held Feb. 21-24.
Perrin, a resident of
Crawfordsville, has spent more
than 30 years working tireless-
ly on the research and manage-
ment of the wild turkey for the
FWC. His efforts have been
instrumental in the continued
restoration of the Osceola sub-
species wild turkey in the
Everglades National Park, and
the restoration of the eastern
subspecies of the wild turkey in
Hohnes County.
"Larry has shown
unequaled dedication to con-
servation and wild turkeys
throughout his career," said Dr.
James Earl Kennamelr NWTF
senior vice president for con-
servation programs. "He is a
major reason why residents in
Holmes County, visitors in the
Everglades National Park and
turkey enthusiasts in the State
of Florida are able to enjoy the
sights and sounds of wild
turkeys today."
In 2006, Penrrin was proud
to announce the reopening of
Holmes County for turkey
hunting for the first time since


1998. The FWC closed wild
turkey hunting in Holmes
County due to a perilous drop
in turkey numbers. Under
Penin's guidance, and with the
support from the citizens of
Hohnes County and surround-
ing counties, the FWC and.
local chapter members of the
NWTF, they mapped out a
restoration project to improve
turkey habitat within the coun-
ty and restock the turkey popu-
lation. The project released
more than 120 wild turkeys at
eight locations throughout the
county, and the agency
imposed a ban on turkey hunt-
ing until its biologists deter-
mined the population could
sustain hunting.
Everglades National Park
was established in 1947 to pro-
tect the rich resources of South
Florida's subtropical wilder-
ness wetlands, particularly the
diverse and abundant bird pop-
ulations. Birds have always
been one of the park's principal
attractions. Unfortunately, the
Osceola subspecies of the wild
turkey was noticeably absent.
The wild turkey population in
the park dropped after the
1950s due in part to illegal
hunting and habitat loss. An
attempt was made to reintro-
duce wild turkeys to the Long
Pine Key area of the park in
1971 and possibly in the early
1960s, as well.








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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Sports


Wednesday-February 27, 2008


United Way Fishing
Tournament: The United
Way of Santa Rosa County
and AIG-American 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 leading
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 31st.
Boys and girls age 7
and 8 play coach pitch,
while ages 9-14 play kids
pitch.
You can register at the
Milton Community Center
Monday through Friday
noon to 8 p.m. or on
Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m.
Registration will 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 are
underway.
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.
Basketball All-Star
Game: The Third Annual
Florida Panhandle Shootout
will be held on April 18 at
the University of West
Florida Fieldhouse.
This East vs. West for-
mat will feature a boys
game and girls game.
The girl's game will tip
off at 6 p.m. and the boy's
game will being at 8 p.m.
Also featured will be a
halftime slam dunk contest,
a three point shooting con-
test, and a $500 half-court
shot.
The slam dunk contest
will be judged by celebrity
judges.
General admission will
be $8 and for more infor-
mation you can visit
www.StarrAthletics.com.
Lupus Charity Golf


Friday, February 29, 2008
1:05 AM Moon rise
5:00 AM -0.45 Feet
6:14 AM Sun rise
11:02 AM Moon set
5:09 PM 1.38 Feet
5:46 PM Sun set

Saturday, March 1, 2008
1:58 AM Moonrise
6:02 AM Low tide -0.56 Feet
6:13.AM Sunrise
11:53 AM Moonset
5:46 PM Sunset
6:23 PM High tide 1.45 Feet

Sunday, March 2, 2008
2:49 AM Moonrise
6:12 AM Sunrise
6:51 AM Low tide -0.66 Feet
12:50 PM Moonset
5:47 PM Sunset
7:30 PM High tide 1.53 Feet


Friday, February 29, 2008
1:06 AM Moon rise
3:43 AM -0.38 Feet
6:16 AM Sun rise
11:03 AM Moon set
4:25 PM 1.15 Feet
5:47 PM Sun set

Saturday, March 1, 2008
2:00 AM Moonrise
4:12 AM Low tide -0.37 Feet
6:14 AM Sunrise
11:55 AM Moonset
4:17 PM High tide 0.97 Feet
5:48 PM Sunset

Sunday, March 2, 2008
2:50 AM Moonrise
4:59 AM Low tide -0.44 Feet
6:13 AM Sunrise.,
12:52 PM Moonset
5:22 PM High tide 1.02 Feet
5:49 PM Sunset


Tournament: The Lupus
Support Network will be
hosting a charity golf tour-
nament at the Moors Golf
Club on April 24 at 1 p.m.
This will be a four per-
son with a shotgun start.
Funds received will
help provide support, assis-
tance, and education to
lupus patients in our com-
munity.
For more information
or to register you can call
the Lupus Support Network
at 800-458-8211 or e-
maila.dandelakis@att.net.
Clay shoot for charity:
The Plant Crist
Transformers, a charitable
organization run by Gulf
Power employee volun-
teers, will be conducting
their sixth annual Clay
Shoot March 1 to benefit
ARC Gateway.
The competition will
get undderwya at 6:30 p.m.
at the Santa Rosa Sporting
Clays and Gun Club on
Quintette Rd.
Registration is $75 per-
son, which includes 100
clays, 100 20-or-12 gauge
shells, and lunch.
Teams of five will com-
pete at 12 different stands
for the chance to win cash
prizes.
Prizes will be raffled
and cash awards will be
given to the top three
teams. Prizes will be given
or the highest and lowest
score.
For more information
or to register, please call
429-2231.
Milton TPC
Tournament: Tanglewood
Golf Club and Milton
High School Golf will be
hosting the Milton TPC
(Triple Pro Classic) April
5 and 6.
Proceeds from the
tournament will benefit
the Milton High School
Golf Team and a scholar-
ship fund for golfers.
The schedule of events
will begin with a practice
round at Tanglewood and
a free golf clinic that
afternoon.
Also planned as part of
the three-person scramble
are Saturday dinner, a spe-


Friday, February 29, 2008
1:05 AM Moon rise
1:34 AM -0.41 Feet
6:14 AM Sun rise
11:02 AM Moon set
2:15 PM 1.00 Feet
5:46 PM Sun set

Saturday, March 1, 2008
1:58 AM Moonrise
2:20 AM Low tide -0.45 Feet
6:13 AM Sunrise
11:53 AM Moonset
3:22 PM -ligh tide 1.05 Feet
5:46 PM Sunset

Sunday, March 2, 2008
2:48 AM Moonrise
3:03 AM Low tide -0.47 Feet
6:12 AM Sunrise
12:50 PM Moonset
4:29 PM High tide 1.09 Feet
5:47 PM Sunset


cial dinner with the pros,
auction, and much more.
Sponsorships and
packages are still avail-
able.
For more information
you can call Milton
Athletic Director Murray
Rutledge at 983-5600 or
visit their website at
www.miltontpc.com.
All entries must be
received through the post
office box: P.O. Box 4007,
Milton, Fla. 32572.
EMYA Elections: East
Milton Youtth Association
will be conducting the
elections 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 www.eastmiltonyouth-
sports.com.
Futbol Santa Rosa
Registrations :
Registration is underway
with Futbol Santa Rosa for
the Six-A-Side recreational
season online at
www.fcsantarosa.com.
Fees range from $65 to
$80, which includes a team
jersey.
Individuals who are
interested in coaching or
assisting can sign up on the
volunteer page while regis-
tering their child.
More information on
the recreational and select
soccer programs is avail-
able on the club website.
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.


Friday, February 29, 2008
1:06 AM Moon rise
5:30 AM -0.45 Feet
6:15 AM Sun rise
11:02 AM Moon set
5:46 PM Sun set
6:05 PM 1.38 Feet

Saturday, March 1, 2008
1:59 AM Moonrise
6:13 AM Sunrise
6:32 AM Low tide -0.56 Feet
11:53 AM Moonset
5:47 PM Sunset
7:19 PM High tide 1.45 Feet

Sunday, March 2, 2008
2:50 AM Moonrise
6:12 AM Sunrise
7:21 AM Low tide -0.66 Feet
12:50 PM Moonset
5:47 PM Sunset
8:26 PM High tide 1.53 Feet


Successful trip

Stephanie Leavins from Bagdad, FL bagged this 8 pt. buck
on Feb. 2, on the Mobility Impaired Hunt at Eglin Air Force
Base. The deer had a 15 inch spread, and weighed 130 Ibs.
A special thanks to Jackson Guard and Panhandle
Bowhunters Club for their participation in this special hunt.
Also, special thanks to Michael Cole, of Cole's Taxidermy for
preserving this memory. The Press-Gazette mistakingly
reported Levins took the deer during a Mobility Impaired
hunt at the Hutton Unit of the Blackwater Wildlife
Management Area and apologizes for the mistake.
Submitted photo


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Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
Feb. 18, 2008


High Game Men: Tito
Jemenez 278
High Game Women: Ella
Bruner 202
High Game Team: Three
Gents and Queen 811
High Series Men: Mike
Sorensen 671
High Series Women: Karen
Leath 508
High Series Team: Three Gents
and Queen- 2238

Overall League Standings: 1.
Three Gents and Queen 16-8,
2. D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S. 16-8, 3. It
Doesn't Matter 15-9, 4. Super
Friends, 5. Pin Action 14-10, 6.
Three and One 14-10, 7. Fun
Bunch 14-10, 8. We Wuz
Robbed 14-10, 9. Incredible
14-10, 10. Dang's Crew 13-11,
11. Dave's Gang 13-11, 12.
Strike Force 13-11, 13. Damn
10 Pin 12-12, 14. Strike Force 11
11-13, 15. New Recruits 10-14,
16. Split Happens 9-15, 17. M
and J's 9-15, 18. Fantastic Four
9-15, 19. The Wabbly Balls 7-
17, 20. The Broken Balls 5-19..

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
Feb. 19, 2008

High Game Men: Joda Collins
-257
High Game Women: Brenda
Gilley 230
High Game Team: Lucky
Strikes 737
High Series Men: Richard
Blackmon 655
High Series Women: Brenda
Gilley 535
High Series Team: The
Extremists 2002

Overall League Standings: 1.
The Strike Force 57-31, 2. Just
One Drop 54-34, 3.
Unpredictables 4840, 4. Lucky
Strikes 45.5-42.5, 5. The
Extremists 44-44, 6. Optimists
4444, 7. Mattinators 43-45, 8.
The Strike Team 38.5-49.5, 9.
F.O.G. 37-51, 10. Under the


Influence 29-59.


Alley Cats
Oops Alley
Feb. 20,2008

High Scratch Game: Bonita
Simmons 197
High Scratch Series: Bonita
Simmons -512
High Scratch Team: Back Alley Cats
-443
High Handicap Game: Jackie
Rowell 249
High Handicapped Series: Tinaann
Sjuve 648
High Handicapped Team: .Honey
Bears 1861

Overall League Standings: 1. Three
Peas in A Pod 52.5-39.5, 2. Back
Alley Cats 48.543.5, 3. Darlings of
the Morning 47-45, 4. Almost
Should Been 4448, 5. Three
Stooges 42-50, 6. Honey Bears 40-
52.

Twilighters League
Avalon Bowling Center
Feb. 21, 2008

High Game Men: Glenn Lowe
299 ,
High Game Women: Ruby
Weldon 198
High Game Team: Damn 10
Pin 925
High Series Men: Glen Lowe -
746
High Series Women: Lillian
Bantique 535
High Series Team: Damn 10
Pin 2473

Overall League Standings: 1.
Two and Two 17.5-6.5, 2. Spit
Fire 17-7, 3. U-Bang-E 16-8, 4.
The Dream Team 16-8, 5.
Family Affair 15.5-8.5, 6.
Trouble Again 15.5-8.5, 7.
Jane's Crew 15-9, 8. The Big
Quarters 14.5-9.5, 9. Happy
Four 14-10, 10. Cabbies 13-11,
11. Yee Haw 12-12, 12. Sliders
12-12, 13. Split Happens 12-12,
14. We Try Hard 11.5-12.5, 15.
We Wuz Robbed 11-13, 16.
The Striking Four 11-13, 17. E-
N-V-Y 10-14, 18. Damn 10 Pin
10-14, 19. Strike Force 10-14,
20. M and J's 9-15, 21.
Incredibles 9-15, 22. Family
Matters 6-18, 23. Blue Jays 6-
18, 24. The Last Team 4.5-19.5


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NOTICE OF CHANGE OF LAND USE
AND INTENT TO CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE


The Santa Rosa County Local Planning Board and Board of
County Commissioners will conduct public hearings to consider a
change of land use and/or rezoning of land areas depicted on the
maps within this advertisement. The hearings are scheduled as fol-
lows:

Local Planning Board (to consider and make a recommendation
on the proposals):
Thursday, March 13, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

Board of County Commissioners (to consider adoption of the
ordinance):
Thursday, March 27, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

Both meetings will be held at the Santa Rosa County
Administrative Center in the Board Meeting Room, 6495 Cairoline
Street, Milton, Florida. At the public hearings, the Local Planning
Board and Board of County Commissioners shall consider the ordi-
nance entitled:

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO SANTA ROSA COUN-
TY, FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 91-24 AS
AMENDED; CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICTS AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; APPROVING
THE AMENDMENTS TO THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP
OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AS DEPICTED
IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; AMENDING ORDINANCE
2003-25; AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF
THE SANTA ROSA COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN;
CHANGING THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS AS
DEPICTED IN THE ATTACHED MAPS; PROVIDING
FOR CODIFICATION; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.

Zoning District Amended: from Ag (Agriculture District) to NC
(Neighborhood Commercial District) total approximately 1 (+/-)
acres.
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 M (Mixed Residential
Subdivision District) to HCD (Highway Commercial Development
District) total approximately .75 (+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from'R1R1 (Rural Residential
HCD (Highway Commercial Development District) total
mately 8.00 (+/-).


District) to
approxi-


Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Garcon Point
Rural Residential to Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to HCD
(Highway Commercial Development District) total approximately
1.59 (+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential
District) to R2 (Medium Density Residential District) and HCD
(Highway Commercial Development District total approximately
4.2 (+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Single Family
Residential to Commercial and Medium Density Residential.


Zoning District Amended: from R1 (Single Family Residential
District), R1A (Single Family Residential District), and R1M (Mixed
Residential Subdivision District) to PUD (Planned Unit
Development District) total approximately 41.29 (+/-) acres.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to P2
(Active Park District) total approximately 9.99 (+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Conservation/Recreation.


Zoning District Amended: from AG (Agriculture District) to HCD
(Highway Commercial Development District) total approximately
.33 (+/-).
Future Land Use Designation Amended: from Agriculture to
Commercial.


The proposed ordinance and maps may be inspected by the Iublic
prior to the above scheduled meetings at the Santa Rosa County
Planning Department, 6051 Old Bagdad Highway, Milton, Florida.
Interested parties may appear at the meetings and be heard with
respect to this proposed ordinance. All interested parties should
take notice that if they decide to appeal any decision made by the
Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners with respect
to any matter coming before said Board at said meeting, it is their
individual responsibility to insure that a record of proceedings they
are appealing exists and for such purpose they will need to insure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
shall include the testimony and the evidence upon which their
appeal is to be based.

Santa Rosa County adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act
and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call Santa Rosa County Planning, Zoning
and Development Division at (850) 981-7075 or (850) 939-1259 to
make a request. For the Hearing-Impaired, 1-800-955-8770
(Voice). Requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance
of the meeting in order to provide the requested service.


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Legal 2/218
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
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 taroline 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 a 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 (2) 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.

Todd M LaDouceur Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 064051
Todd M. LoDouceur, P.A.
4459-A Hwy. 90
Pace Florida 32571
1850 377-2720 Telephone
8501 994-2232 Facsimile
Attorney for Personal Repre-
setative

Joshua Wriqley
16317C Moran Street
Ft. Polk, Louisiana 71459
Personal Representative
022008
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Legal 2/224 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR SANTA
ROSA COUNTY FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 06-DP-51
IN THE INTEREST OF:
M.P. DOB: 08/30/2007
A MINOR CHILD
TO: TO: Gabriel Wade
Address and whereabouts
unknown
Father of M. P., a male
child
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition under oath has
been filed in the above styled
Court for the termination of py-
rental rights of M. F, a male
child born on the 30th day of
August 2007, 200 in Escambia
County, Florida, by the Depart-
ment of Children and Family
Services for subsequent adop-
tion, and you are hereby com-


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fore the Honorable Marci L.
Goodman, Judge of the Circuit Because the administrative
Court in and tor Santa Rosa h e a r -
County, Florida, at the Navarre ing process is designed to rede-
Community Center located at termine final agency action on
1917 Navarre School Road, the application, the filing of a
Navarre, Florida 32566, on the petition for an administrative
3rd day of April, 2008, at 9:00 hearing may result in a modifi-
a.m. You must either appear on cation of the permit and lease,
the date and at the time speci- or even a denial of the applica-
fied or send a written response tion. Accordingly, the applicant
to the Court prior to that time. is advised not to commence
construction or other activities
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR under this permit/lease until the
RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED deadlines below for filing a pe-
AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA- tition for an administrative hear-
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS ina or request for an extension
AND YOU SHALL PERMA- oflime have expired.
NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL
RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE Under Rule 62-110.106(4) of
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- the Florida Administrative
TION FOR TERMINATION OF C 0 d e
PARENTAL RIGHTS. a person whose substantial in-
terests are affected by the De-
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk apartment's action may also re-
of said Court and the Seal quest an extension of time to file
thereof this 20th day of Febru- a petition for an administrative
ary, 2108. hearing.' The Department may,
for good cause shown, grant
CLERK OF COURT the request for an extension of
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- time. Requests for extension of
IDA time mus be filed with the Of-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL fice of General Counsel of the
By: Kim Touchton Department at 3900 Common-
Deputy Clerk wealth Boulevard, Mail Station
35 Tallahassee, Florida
" 022708 32399-3000 before the appli-
030508 cable deadline. A timely
031208 r e q e s t
031908 for extension or time shall toll
2/224 the running time period for filing
Legal 2/225 a petition until the request is
aLegal ed upon I a request is filed
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF late, the Department may still
THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- grant it upon a motion by there.
CULT, IN AND FOR SANTA uesti"n party showing that the
ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA ft ure to file a request for an
JUVENILE DIVISION extension of time before the
CASE NUMBER 00-DP-230 deadline was the result of ex-
cusable neglect.
IN THE INTEREST OF: In the event that a timely and
A. C. 11/19/1992 sufficient petition for an admin-
K.C. 06/07/1994 1s
L C. 10/20/2001 trative hearing is filed, other
persons whose substantial inter-
MINOR CHILD tests will be affected by the out-
come of the administrative proc-
TO: Steven Wayne ess have the right to pe ition to
Cheever, Father and intervene in the proceeding. In-
William Reese, Father tervention will beonly at the dis-
cretion of the presiding officer
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED upon the filing of a motion in
that a Petition under oath has compliance with Rule
been filed in the above styled 28-106.205 of the Florida Ad-
Court for the termination of'po- ministrative Code.
rental rights of A.C.,,a male
childoborn on Lthe 19thday of In accordance with Rules
November, 1992 in Escambio 28-106 1121 ) and
County, Florida K'. C., a female 62-110 106(3)(a(4) petitions
child born on th day of June, or an administrative hearing by
1994 in Escombio County, Flor- the oplicant must be iled
ida; and L. C a female child within 21 days of receipt of this
born on the 26th day of Octo- written notice. Petitions filed by
ber, 2001, by the Department any persons other than the ap-
of Children and Family Ser- p licant and other than those en-
vices, for subsequent adoption, Fitled to written notice under
and you are hereby comman- Section 120.60131of he Flor
ded fo be and appear before ida Statutes, must be filed with-
the Honorable Marci L. Good- i r
man Judge of the CircuitCourt 21 days of publication ofthe
in and for Santa Rosa County, notice or within 21 days of such
Florida, at the Navarre Commu' notice, regardless of the date of
nity Center, 1917 Navarre publication.
School Road, Navarre, Florida, er io n ano
on the 16th day of June, 2008, Under Section 120.60(31 of the
at 9:00 a.m. You must either Florida Statutes, however, any
appear on the date and at the person who has asked the De-
time specified or send a written apartment for notice of agency
response to the Cour prior to action may file a petition within
that me. o 2 days of such notice regard-
haless of the date of publication.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR .
RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED The petitioner shall mail a copy
AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA- of the petition to the applicant
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS at the address indicated above
AND YOU SHALL PERMA- at the time of filing. The failure
NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL of any person to ile a petition
RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE for an administrative hearing or
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI- pursue mediation as provided
TION FOR TERMINATION OF below within the appropriate
PARENTAL RIGHTS. time period shall constitute a
waiver of those rights.
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
of said Court and the Seal A petition that disputes the ma-
thereof this 20th day of Febru- tenal facts on which the Depart
ry, 208. means action is based must con-
tain the following information:
CLERK OF COURT
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- (a The name and address of
IDA each agency affected and each
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL agency fie or identification
By: Kim Touchton number, if known-
BDpy KTlek hI The name, address, and tele-
r phone number of the petitioner;
022708 the name, address and tele-
030508 phone number of the petition-
031208 0 r s
031908 representaftive,'if any, which
2/225 shallnberhe address for service
--ur -ses rni-Iitiie---use U


purposes uuring tne course of
e proceeding; and an expla-
nation of how the petitioner's
Legal 2/226 substantial interests are or will
be affected by the agency de-
STATE OF FLORIDA termination;
DEPARTMENT OF ENV1- c) A statement of when and
RONMENTAL PROTECTION how the petitioner received no-
NOTICE OF INTENT TO IS- ice of the agency decision;
SUE PERMIT Id) A statement of all disputed
issues of material fact. If there
This intent to issue a permit (File are none, the petition must so in-
No. 57-0268405-002-DFI to dictate;
Gulf Coast Development Con- 1e A concise statement of the ul-
sullants Inc., whose address is mate facts alleged, including
909 Cervantes Street, Pensa. the specific facts that the pell-
cola, F, 32501, for considera- ioner contends warrant rever-
tion of an application for a s a F
five-year sovereignty, sub- or modification of the agency's
merged land lease containing proposed action; and
8,225.6 square feet, more or F) A statement of the specific
less for a 26-slip private resi- rules or statutes that the peoi-
dentlial multi-sli docking facility lioner contends requires rever-
is hereby granted unless a suff- sal or modification of the agen-
cient petition for an dminisra- cy's proposed action;
live hearing is timely filed under g) A statement of the relief
sections 120.569 and 120.57 sought by the petitioner, staying
of the Florida Statutes as pro- precisely the action that the pene-
vided below. tioner wishes the agency to take
with respect to the agency's pro
The project is located at 9163 posed action.
Navarre Parkway, Medlin Pre-
serve Subdivisiond Navarre on A petition that does not dispute
Santa Rosa Sound, Class II Wa- t he material acts on which the
ters of the State, Unclassified Departmenl's action is based
Shellfish Harvesting Waters shall state that no such facts are
Section 22, Township 02 South' in dispute and otherwise shall
Range 26 West, Latitude 3&0 contain the same information as
24' 14.17" North Longitude set forth above, cias required by
86 50' 21.57" West, in Santa Rule 28-106,301. Under Sec-
Rosa County lions 120.569(2) ci and |d] of
the Florida Statutes, a petition
The procedures for petitioning for administrative hearing must
for a hearing are set forth be- be dismissed by the agency if
low. the petition does not subsoan-
tially comply with the above re-
A person whose substantial in- quirements or is untimely filed.
terests are affected by the De-
partment's action may petition This action This acis final and effective
for an administrative proceed- on the date filed with tihe Clerk
no (hearing] under Sections of the Department unless a peti-
120.569 and 120.57 of the ton is iled n accordance within
Florida Statutes. The petition the above. UponI thie limely il-
must contain the information set ing of petlition this order will not
orth below and must be filed be effective until further order of
received by he clerk) in the Ofthe Department.
ice of Genaral Counsel of the
Depaflment at 3900 Common- This reimni constitutes an ordei
wea,h Boualvard, Mail Statiion o Ii Deartment, Ihe app
35, [el/ahassee, Florida cant has the right to seek ]udi.


1120


1104
cial review of the order under
Section 120.68 of the Florida
Statutes, : i ii : i a notice
of appec. -....' : 1 10 of
the Florido Rules of Appellate
Procedure with the Cler -of the
Department in the Office of
General Counsel, 3900 Com-
monwealth Boulevard Mail Sta-
tion 35 Tallahassee, Florida,
32399-3000; and b filing a
copy of the notice of le appeal
accompanied b the applicable
filing fees with he appropriate
district court of appeaL. The no-
tice of appeal must be filed
within 30 days from the date
when the final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Department. Re-
quests for review before the
Land and Water Adjudicatory
Commission must be filed with
the Secretary of the
C a m m i s s i o n
and served on the De artment
within 20 days from ihe date
when the final order is filed with
the Clerk of the Department.
The application is available for
public inspection during norma
business hours, 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 pm., Monday through Fri-
day, except legal holidays, at
Department oF Environmental
Protection, 160 Governmental
Center, Suite 201, Pensacola,
Florida 32502-5794.
022708
022708
2/226


Legal 2/227
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 08-281-CA
IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
$1,001.00 U.S. Currency.
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT:
Angela Christina Damico
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING
TO: Anqela Christina Damico,
4201 Morelia Place, Pensa.
cola, Florida 32504, and all
persons who claim n interest in
$1001.00 U.S. Currency,
which was seized n or about
January 3, 2008 at Mulat Road
at Cyanamid Road in Santa
Rosa County. Said property is
in the custody of the Santoa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office in Santa
Rosa County, Florida and a
Complaint far Final Judgment of
Forfeiture Wertaining thereto has
been filed in the above styled
cause.
Dated this 18th day of February
2008.
/s/ Laura J. Nye
LAURA JOYNE NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
Lindsay, Andrews, & Leonard,
P.A
5218 Willing Street
Milton, Florida 32570
1850) 623-3200
Attorney for Plaintiff
022708
030508
2/227
Legal 2/228
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR SANTA ROSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 08-CA-242
IN RE: The Forfeiture of:
One 2001 Mazda 626 4-Door
VIN# 1YVGF22C 115214462.
DEFENDANT/CLAIMANT
Kelly Lafe Garner.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE
PROCEEDING
TO: Kelly Lafe Garner 101
North Wilson Avenue, Apt, D,
Thomasville, Alabama 36784,
and all persons who claim an
interest m one 2001 Mazda
626 4-Door, gray in color, VIN
1YVGF22C 521 4462 which
was seized on or about Decem-
ber 29, 2007 at Guemsen
Road at Chumuckloa Fighway in
Santa Rosa County. Said prop-
erty is in the custody ot the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Or
fice in Santa Rosa County, Flor-
ida, and a Cmplaint for Final
Judgment of Forfeiture pertain-
ingthereto has been filed in the
above styled cause.
Dated this 12th day of February
2008.
/s/ Laura J. Nye
[AURA JOYNER NYE
Florida Bar No.: 487236
Lindsa & Andrews, P. A.
5218 Willinq Street
Milton, Florida 32570
8501 623-3200
ax (850 623.01904
Attorney for Plaintiff
022708
030508
2/228


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2130 Farm Animals/
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3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
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3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
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3170 Collectibles
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3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
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3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


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AUCTION SALE
Do wood Storage a.k.a.
By-Pass Warehouse of
6121 and 6075 Dog-
wood Drive, Milton, FL
32570, pursuant to the
provisions of the Florida
PMini Self-Storage Land-
lord and Tenant Act" (FL
Statute #83.801 et sec)
hereby gives NOTICE
BY SAtE under said act,
to wit:
On March 1 2008, at
9:00 A.M. Dogwood
Storage a.k.a. By-Pass
Warehouse of 6121 and
6075 Dogwood Drive,
Milton, FL 32570, will
conduct a public sale to
the highest bidder for
cash on their premises.
This sale is being held to
satisfy a landlord lien on
the following units which
contain household items
and misc. goods.
Dogwood Storage re-
serves the right to reject
any bid and withdraw
any item from this sale.
Customer Name &
Unit
Baker, Abealene 199
Barnes, Willie J 281
Bashara, Michael 301
Carlson, David 225
Carruthers, Evan & Sta-
cey 296
Crowe, Mary A. 288
Dawson Sean 1 89
Downs Bill. 189
Fisher, Thomas 275
Forte, Timothy 0 176
Giswold Matthew 283
Henry, ayne 183
Kee Wyndie5A 284
Moore, Ruby 294
Mundy Dorothy 262
Noto, Jennifer 276
Pate, Colin M. 223
Posey, Danielle A. 341
Rich, Steven 218
Thompson, Gary E 190
William Eddie 256
Young, Donnelda 326


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Border to Border
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All types of fencing in-
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Specializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
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Garage/ ard Sale
6341 Alpha St. off
Garcon Point.
Antiques, camping, furni-
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Thurs-Sunday, 7am-5pm


Milton
Benefit Yard Sale for
heart patient Michael
Lindsey. 2 Large dressers
w/mirror, hospital bed.
Plants, toys and clothes.
Sat. 3/1
8:30am-2:30pm At
Carter Sod and Hwy 90.
Donations welcomed.

Selling LP record collec-
tion. 2000 records.
Rock, jazz, blues, C&W,
pop. No junk. Look for
booth at Gulf Breeze Flea
Market March 1st & 2nd
only. Sat.- choice $2
each. Sun- $1 each. Also
have collector comics
and misc.




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Electric Wheelchair,
new battery, very reason-
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with sale. 675-6421





Hay For Sale
Peanut Hay
Coastal Hay
Available in rolls.
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4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120- Sales
4130 Employment
Information


Handyman Landscaping and
Painting and/or land-GardeningServices in
scraping in exchange for the Milton area. Proaes-
beach or near beach sional and reasonable.
rental. Short term. Experi- For promptservice call
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Good citizen. No smoke. 623-2648
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:Milton
2/BR 1/BA near Whit-
ing Field $500/mth
$500/security Water &
Barba'e included.
Don Cmbie Realty
377-6787 or 626-8959
Milton
3/1 6507 Banner Ave,
behind Rhodes Elemen-
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$7S0/deposit, $50/app
fee. Background/credit
check Showing by ap-
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cease preferred. Call:
6264266 to schedule
appointment.
-Milton
Special $237.50 plus
deposit to move inl
'$475/mth 2/1, new car-
pet! No pets. Water,
sewer, garbage.
Between schools. Triplex
Deerborn/Peachtree.
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message 291-8088.
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DW, laundry hook ups.
Non-smoking environ-
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$575/mth. 626-2928


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.2/2 Home 7867
South Airport Rd. E Mil-
ton $825*
*2/1 Home 4641 Geri
S.. Milton $800*
*2/1 Home 6737 Ven-
tura Blvd. Milton
$400*
"4/3 Golf Course
Home 6008 Arnies
Way Milton $1200
*4/2 Home 6001
Ridgeview Milton
$1200
*3/2 Home 8959
Gristmill Way E Milton
$875
*3/1.5 Home 5270
Jenny Cir. Pace $650
*3/2 Home 6579
Cedar St. Milton $800
-'3 Home 4821
Aal ,,,-..a Cir. Pace
$1350
Santa Rosa Realty
623-0077
Available now:
Clean, newly painted
1600sqft home. Country
setting in the city. CH&A,
washer/dryer hook-up.
Rent $775/$500 de-
posit. Call:
850-981-9695
Milton
3/2 unfurnished house
on Lark Ave. behind Mil-
.ton High School. Fence
back yard, carport, laun-
dry room CH & A
$775/mth $775/dep.
255-1459 or 994-0179
Milton
3/2, stove and refrig.
o-' '.,'-Ie,'wood
i, 'f ,'1 rM1', $700/dep.
623-4626 or 777-9701
t.\h :,n
4/1.5 stove, refrig,
,washer/dryer furnished.
,$600/mth $550/dep.
"850-698-0934
'North Milton
3/2 6573 Sinclair, Total
El-,:i;. : $800/mth
.i,>,.=. d.-p No pets. Bay
'Crest Realty 994-7918

3BR/1.5BA, clean
br,. home, laundry
roor pantry, ceiling
fans, CH/A, no pets.
$750/deposit,
$900/discounted rent.
.207-7803
'Pace
Rent to own.
Below Market Price.
1400 ss. ft. 3/2, call for
details. 994-8035
Pace/Pea Ridge
,3/1.5, Clean brick
1350 sqft., fenced, new
HVAC, stove, refrig., and
,paint. All tile,
non-smoking small pets
considered. Lease with
option. $800mth/$800
deposit. 623-8675
before 7pm.
,Pea Ridge
'3/2, GR, garage,
'fenced yor. NO PETS!
'$900/mth $900/dep.
'994-8035
'Pensacola
'4/2 all ceramic tile.
$950/mth $50/dep.
$250 pet deposit non re-
iundable. Month to
;Month lease. Back
around and credit check.
Off Davis Hwy across
(from West Florida Hospi-
tal. 850-712-4293


i 160
Milton
Glover Lane. Unfurnished
Sroarom with private bath.
Refrig & microwave
available. No laundry fa-
cilities, pets, alcohol
__ ', drugs. Must have cell
phone and vehicle. Cell:
.1850)206-1299
(11am- 11pm)


6170 6170io
Milton
2/BR 1/BA Total Elec-
Chumuckla trick. Private Lot/Carroll
2/1 4 ft x60ft Rd. Water & qarbage
with fenced yard. provided. $450/mt E
$450/rent $300/dep $300/dep. References
994-2877 and credicheck.
572-2477
Milton
East Milton 2/BR 1/BA water &
Eay/ Milton/g ae included. No
3/BR 2/BA, CH/A, gets$425/mhl o
newly remodeled, DW 30deosit.
with large storage shed,
& above ground pool. 75-661
Lake access, fenced Milton
yard. Lease, references, 2/BR FK, total electric.
deposit. Non-smokers. East Gate Mobile Home
$750/mth. 623-9623 Ranch. 626-8973
Milton
3/2 14x70 Mobile
home on private lot. Total
Jay/Milton/Pace electric, no pets.
$625/mth $300/dep.
Rentals 2 & 3 6588 Da Lisa Rd. Bay
bedrooms. $400-$650 Crest Really 994-7918
per month. Call
994-5703 Milton
0550 Da Lisa Rd. 2/1,
$450/mth plus security
deposit. 324-2097
Milton North Milton
1 BR 1 /BA in park. Quiet and clean 2/2
$400/mth $200/dep. all electric CH&A, gar-
Total electric, no pets. den tub, cathedral ceil-
Water & Garbage Fur- ings, covered porch,
nished. Bay Crest Realty. $465/mth includes:
994-7918 water, garbae and
sewer. $465Zdep. Avail-
able March 2nd.
623-9902
Milton Off Avalon Blvd
2/1 Mobile Home 2/BR, covered entry, all
$400/mth electric, CH/A, just re-
$350/security modeled. Water & gar-
Don Cumbie Realty bage included.
Call:Barbara 377-6787 $425/mth $300/dep.
or 626-8959 No pets. 623-8753


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Pea Ridc e
2/1 in amarind Park, Mi lton
$450/mth $200/ep. s s pa
Total Electric, no pets 3/2 137 s ft. nw car-
Bay Crest Realty 1and0aint.
994-7918 866-660-3131


West Milton
2/2, Total Electric, no
eels. Private lot.
$525/mth $300/dep.
5072 Ridgway Blvd. Bay
Crest Realty 994-7918


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