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8eanta 1omsa' Press


- WEDNESDAY
March 12, 2008


Leaders still




debate over




courthouse


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.com
Monday's Santa Rosa
County Commission
Committee meeting held a
rather insightful discussion
on a new courthouse site.
When Commissioner
Bob Cole inquired as to any
new information, he quickly
found the mood of his fellow
commissioners foul.
County Administrator
Hunter Walker informed the
commissioners the Feb. 22
deadline for proposals had
passed and his staff is work-
ing on getting information
ready for the commissioners
by the March 24th meeting.
Cole was interested in
holding a workshopto see if
the courthouse issue might
be placed on the November
ballot.
"I think the fire has
'dwindled on the judicial cen-
ter discussion and I wanted
to stoke the fire," said Cole.
"I see a mind set changing
here.
"I know that times are
tough, but I don't think we
can afford to let it go since
construction cots' are cheap-
ei than the\ ha'e been the
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A.. Comnnissioner Tom


Stewart, who was champi-
oning a new site during his
term as chairman, says he is
yielding his attention to the,
public's message following
the passage of Amendment 1
back in January.
"The public sent a mes-
sage they want to cut taxes
instead of adding taxes," said
Stewart. "With this next
budget process I can tell you
I am not going to vote for
anything over 6 mills, which
will be a five to six million
dollar tax cut.
"I am not going to ask
the citizens to vote for a tax
after the referendum we just
had, to cut taxes. The mes-
sage they sent us is clear."
Commission Chairman
John Broxson suggested nar-
rowing the list down to two
sites and let the public vote
with the condition that it
would include a one-cent
sales tax to build and fund
the new judicial center.
The sticking point was
the one-cent tax would be for
the judicial center only,
unlike the previous referen-
dums, which also included
road projects.
"I spoke to a lot of peo-.
ple and I feel that if '%e are
See TALKS Page 4A


Officials with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) take custody of nine individuals who were found guilty of using
false documents to obtain employment, a third degree felony, and are set to be deported. The nine were sentenced to 18 months
probation for the charges against them. As one of the undocumented workers was loaded into a waiting ICE van he said, "We're
leaving because nobody wants us."
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay





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N Illegals are set to be returned by ICE


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.comrn
Nine of the 27 individu-
als who have been arrested
for using false documents to
obtain employment in Santa
Rosa County have been-sen-
tenced in court as of Monday.
Tuesday morning the


nine individuals were turned
over to the Immigration and
Customs Enforcement to
begin the deportation
process.
Using false documents
to obtain employment is a.
third degree felony and each
were sentenced to 18 months


probation, which will auto-
matically be terminated as
soon as the deportation
process is complete, accord-
ing to Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Sgt. Scott Haines.
On Feb. 4th, Santa Rosa
County Sheriff Wendell Hall
launched a task force to help


curb the issue of undocument-
ed workers in the county.
Since the task force
began its local record
checks a total of 27 workers
have been arrested, with 13
being from Panhandle
Growers, 10 from the
See ILLEGALS Page 4A


Narong Kongthanarung, with Exotic Treasures, works on
an iguana sculpture created using a metal frame and a
-mixture of glue and sawdust shavings at the 20th
Riverwalk Arts Festival. The mixture is shaped, hand
tooled,.dried, and painted. More photos from the festival
can be found on Page 5A.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


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New primary is costly


Second primary could cost county $60,000


By BILL GAMBLING
bgamblin@srpressgazette.comrn
The Florida Primary on
Jan. 29th didn't seem to be
of much concerns to the
Democratic National Party
until it was determined that
neither Barack Obama nor
Hillary Clinton would get
the necessary delegates to
secure the nomination.
Now party leadership
wants Florida, as well as the
state of Michigan, to hold
new primary elections.
Florida as well as
Michigan held their primar-


ies before Super Tuesday
and as a consequence the
National Committee decided
neither state's delegates
would be seated or counted
at the National Convention.
How the tide has turned
in just a couple of weeks.
If another primary is
ordered by the state the price
tag could cost Santa Rosa
County between $50,000
and $60,000, according to
Santa Rosa County
Supervisor of Elections Ann
Bodenstein, who feels the
voters have already spoken.


"I think they ought to
take what we did on Jan.
29th," said Bodenstein.
"When the election was over
on Jan. 29th it was still 10
days before the election was
declared official, since we
have to wait for the military
votes to come in.
"Ironically back in 2000
they fought for every one of
those votes."
It would be hard for
Bodenstein to set the elec-
tion rolls back as they were
at the end of December.
"We have had hundreds


of changes in parties since
the election as well as
adding hundreds to thou-
sands on the books," said
Bodenstein. "But if we do
another primary then there
would possibly be more
changes because we would
have a period of time before
the books officially closed.
"Another concern is
there would be candidates
on the ballot, who are no
longer candidates in the pri-
mary."
Currently in Santa Rosa
See PRIMARY Page 4A


The 136-year-old Mason-Allen House rolls down Forsyth Street in Bagdad, its new home, after being moved from its original
location on Elmira Street in Milton. The house will be restored by its current owner, Christine Walsh. The historic Thompson
house can be seen in the background.
Press Gazette photo by Ryan Arvay


Mason Allen House goes 'mobile'


By RYAN ARVAY
rarvay@srpressgazette.com
After months of prepara-
tion the historic Mason-
Allen house has been moved
from its original location on
Elmira Street in Milton to its
new home in Bagdad, where
it will be completely
restored.
The 136 year-old house
was cut down the middle
into two 25x52 foot sections,
and transported by a slow


moving truck, one on
Monday, the remaining sec-
tion on Tuesday.
With the aid of a Sheriff's
Department escort, and with
no small stir of excitement,
the house proceeded south on
Henry Street between five
and 10 miles per hour, much
to the bewilderment of
motorists who craned their
necks to get a look at the
passing relic. The trip took
all of two hours to travel the


few miles to Bagdad.
Barely resembling the
once beautiful, grand home
of sea captain Josef Agustus
Mason built in 1871, the
house had been stripped of
its roof in order to clear tele-
phone and electric lines.
However, more than once the
moving crew still had to
hoist the lines up in order to
pass.
"It's been a long time
coming," says Nathan


Woolsey, President of the
Santa Rosa Historical
Society and project consult-
ant for the restoration.
"Watching it move, I'm
really amazed it's gotten as
far as it has," he says.
"Several times I just about
gave up on it, especially
after the hurricanes."
Woolsey says for several
years just trying to keep a
roof on the house and its
See HOUSE Page 5A


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Pane 2.A Santa Rosa's Press Gazene Wednesday-March 12, 2008


Obituaries


SPEAK


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Monday, 10:41 a.m.
Yes, this is Alice, I
wonder if there ard other
people out there that
wonder what ever hap-
pened to the pornography
ring in Milton. There was
such a big deal made
about it, and there was
supposed to be a trial
some time in January, but
it never happened. So,
I'm just wondering why
did it just go away all of a
sudden.Thank you.

Saturday, 3:50 p.m.
Hi, this is Jerry again.
I was reading the paper,
and low and behold, in
the Community section I
see Santa Rosa is offer-
ing free English classes
to aid the growing popu-
lation of non-english
speakers in this area.
Who's paying for this?
Why are we holding this
class? Are we going to
educate these people so
that, later on, they can
give us Spanish lessons
and charge us for them?
In regards to the people
over here from Mexico
that are working-about
85% to 90% of the
money they make is not
staying in the United
States, but being sent
back to Mexico to their
families, and we're want-
ing to give them free
classes? No. They can
pay for their English les-
sons. Thank you.
Editor's Note:
Despite the recent alarm
about lessons' on speak-
ing English taught local-
ly, classes such as this
one have been going on
in the area for at least
three years.

Friday, 4:56 p.m.
Yes, some people
have attacked La
Hacienda. It's a wonder-
ful restaurant, all the peo-
ple that work there are
great. For those who have
bad-mouthed them for
having employees who
speak Spanish, apparent-
ly they've never been
outside of Santa Rosa
County or Florida. There
are a lot of your oriental
restaurants that have
Chinese or Japanese
speaking people.


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


Flowers, Herman
"Tex"
1924 2008
Herman "Tex" S.
Flowers, age 84, of Milton,
FL, passed away Thursday,
March 6, 2008.
He was born on January
1, 1924 in St. Joe, TX to par-
ents- Charlie and Finis
Flowers.
Tex retired from the
United States Navy as a
Hospital Corpsman First
Class and was a World War II
and Korean War Veteran. He
was very active in the VFW,
the Fleet Reserve and the
Benevolent Protective Order
of Elks Lodge, devoting his
time and service.
He will be dearly missed
by his loving family and
friends.
Survivors include his


loving wife of 60 years-
Mary Flowers; daughters-
Linda Thompson (Allen) of
Jacksonville, FL, Sandra K.
Bruton of Milton, FL and
Sharon Mathis (John) of
Middleburg, FL; sister-
Nora Sullivan (Alvis) of
Wichita Falls, TX; 5 grand-
children and 9 great-grand-
children.
In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions in
his name may be made to the
Alzheimer's Association
(www.alz.org) or the
American Heart Association
(www.americanheart.org).
Please sign the family's
online register book at
www.broadusraines.com.
Cremation arrangements are
under the care of Broadus-
Raines Funeral Home, 501
Spring St., Green Cove
Springs, FL (904) 284-4000.


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Clements, Addie
Lee
Addie Lee Clements, age
90, of Milton, passed away at
her home on Sunday, March
9, 2008 after a short illness.
She was preceded in
death by her mother-Ila
Lee Woodward, her husband
of 60 years-Lamar W.
Clements, Sr., and son-in-
law Don M. Holderby.
She leaves behind 5 chil-
dren-Lamar W. Clements,
Jr. of England; Hayward and
Sharon Clements of
Pensacola; Greg and Carol
Clements of Brevard, NC;
Shannon and Jim Paul of
Pensacola; and Holly
Holderby of Pace; two sis-
ters-in-law-Doris Gantt of
Pensacola and Tomi Tellas of
Douglasville, GA.
She also leaves 9 grand-
children, 16 great-grandchil-
dren, numerous nieces,
nephews, and friends.
The family would like to
express special thanks to
Brenda and Ken
Misenheimer, Pat Whitlow,
Debbie Burr, and Covenant
Hospice.
Visitation will be
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
from 1:00 p.m. until the
funeral service begins at 2:00
p.m. at Donnie Sowell
Funeral Home. Burial will
follow in Serenity Gardens.
Arrangements made by
Donnie Sowell Funeral
Home.


Roberts, Silver
Nell
1939-2008
Silver Nell Roberts
departed this life on
Wednesday, March 5, 2008,
in Milton, FL. She was pre-
ceded in death by her par-
ents-Edward and Ophelia
Roberts, and her brother-
Charles Roberts.
Silver began her educa-
tion at J.B. Turner
Elementary and graduated
from T.R. Jackson High
School. She received her
A.A. degree from
Washington Junior College,
Pensacola, FL; her B.S.
degree from Florida A&M
University, Tallahassee, FL;
and her Masters of Education
and Educational Specialist
degrees from Alabama State
University, Montgomery,
AL.
Her professional career
included thirty years as a
first grade teacher in the
Santa Rosa County Public
School System and seven
years as Education Specialist
at T.R. Jackson Pre-
Kindergarten. She was
appointed by the State
Commissioner to serve on
the State Elementary
Reading Instructional
Materials Council for the
Department of Education
1983-84 and on the State
Elementary Language Arts
Council for the Department
of Education 1984-85. Silver


was a member of the Santa
Rosa Professional Educators,
Florida Education
Association and National
Education Association. She
was a member of Zeta Phi
Beta Sorority, Inc., and a
founder of the Elms Social
Club. Many of her accom-
plishments are enumerated in
Who's Who Among
America's Educator, 1984
edition and Who's Who and
Why of Successful Florida
Women, 1985 edition. Silver
was a member of Isaiah
Chapel A.M.E. Zion Church
where she served on the
Trustee Board and sang in
the Senior Choir.
She leaves to cherish her
memory-two loving, devot-
ed sisters-Georgia (John)
Philpot and Linda (Frank)
White; numerous nieces,
nephews, godchildren, and
other relatives and friends.
Funeral service was 2:00
p.m., Tuesday, March 11,
2008 at First Baptist Church
of Milton. The body was
viewed from noon to 1:00
p.m., before the service
Tuesday. Burial followed in
Milton-Keyser Cemetery with
Lewis Funeral Home direct-
ing.
Visitation was from 6:00-
8:00 p.m., Monday, March 10,
2008 at Isaiah Chapel A.M.E.
Zion Church, Rev. victor T.
Alexander, pastor, officiating.
Lewis Funeral Home in
Milton is in charge of arrange-
ments.


Milton Garden Club holds


its 'Luck of Irish' fundraiser


Milton Garden Club's
Morning Glory Circle pres-
ents its annual "Luck of the
Irish," on Friday, March
14th, 2008 from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the Milton Garden
Center. on 5256 Alabama
Street, Milton, FL.
Saint Patrick's Day hon-
ors St. Patrick, the patron
saint of Ireland. Around the
globe, people celebrate with
parades, dance the Irish jig
and gather to sing Irish
songs. Many people wear
green in memory of Ireland,
the "Emerald Isle," wear


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Senior Citizens, Federal Government
Assistance is Now Available
Senior citizens who are at least 62 years old
and own a home, can now borrow against the
equity in their home, utilizing the money for
just about anything, without ever having to
repay the debt. They can continue living in the
home for the rest of their lives without the bur-
den of making monthly payments.
This is now possible thanks to a Home
Equity Conversion Mortgage created by the
Federal Government's Department of Housing
and Urban Development, also known as HUD.
This money can be used to:
1. Payoff an existing mortgage
2. Pay for medical expenses
3. Supplement income
4. Supplement savings
5. Make repairs to the home
6. Provide financial assistance to family
members
7. Establish a line of credit that can be used
if needed in the future
8. Vacation and travel
There is never a risk of losing their home
and they are free to sell or refinance the home,
without penalty, at any time. All money
received is tax-free and has no effect on Social
Security or retirement income.
A free report reveals how citizens of Santa
Rosa County can utilize this opportunity to ease
financial burdens for themselves, or their loved
ones courtesy of this United States Government
insured assistance program.
For more information, call the Consumer
Awareness hotline for a free recorded message,
anytime 24 hours a day at
1-877-679-1851 ext. 21


available to increase one's
chances of winning items of
their choice. You can spread
your chances (tickets) on
many items or put them all
towards your one favorite
item of your choice. The
choice is completely yours.
'Many attendees join in
singing Irish songs to get
into the spirit of St Patrick's
Day. The event is a series of
raffles until, all items are
won by the attendees. When
the "Luck of the Irish" is
upon you, the winning seems
endless! It's a fun time had
by all and very unique to the
community.
A silent auction will be
held of local artwork and
special items. If the "Luck of
the Irish" skips by you in the
raffles, maybe it will be with
you for the numerous free
door prizes. So make the
time during your lunch to
come by and join in the fun
and festivities. Don't forget
to wear green or you may
think someone is getting
fresh with you when you feel
a pinch!
For more information
you can call 626-2003.


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shamrocks, a, clover with
three leaves, talk of lep-
rechauns, a pot of gold at the
end of the rainbow, Irish
Luck and even pinch others
not wearing green. March
14th through the 17th, is the
official celebration weekend
for St. Patrick's Day festivi-
ties.
The Morning Glory
Circle kicks off the celebra-
tion weekend by bringing a
bit of Ireland to the Garden
Center to be shared with the
public during their annual
circle fundraiser called the
"Luck of the Irish." The
event is very popular among
the locals and historically
well attended. If you have
never attended this event,
you won't want to miss it this
year. It is truly an experience
worth attending.
Throughout the year, the
members of the Circle pur-
chase and gather items to be'
raffled off at the event; not
just a few items, but many.
Attendees pay an admission
fee of $7 to get into the event
and they are presented with. a
brunch and 5 tickets.
Additional raffle tickets are


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Santa Rosa's Press Gazette


Wednesday-March 12, 2008


Pane 2-A


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Sheriff's Report


This is the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Report from
Feb. 11 to Feb. 17, 2008
Brake, Judith Victoria
Jordan; Female; 23; 8640
Indian Ford Road, Milton;
Drive While Lic Susp 1st
Offense, Veh Theft-Grand
3rd Degree. 2/11/08
Buckhalter. Jr., Thomas
Leon; Male; 25; 4536 Old
Guernsey Rd, Pace:
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/11/08
Johnson, John Francis;
Male; 48; 8534 College Dr,
Milton; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/11/08
Myers, Christie Star;
Female: 19; 6593 Park Ave.,
Milton: Resist Officer With
Violence, Discord Conduct
Disorderly Conduct. 2/11/08
Rice, Clifton Cebert:
Male; 44; 217 King Street,
Ft. Walton: Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/11/08
Walther III, William
Charles; Male: 20; 4211
Linda St, Pace: Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/11/08
Grider, Crystal Lasha
Renee: Female: 17; 8640
Indian Ford Rd, Milton:
Operate Motor Vehicle W/O
valid license, Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 2/11/08
Brown, Zachary Keith:
Male; 20; 3682 Vantage Rd,
Cantonment: Larceny,
Illegal/Fraudulent Use of
Credit Cards. 2/11/08
Raab, Jaymie Lee;
Female; 22; 3411 Greenbriar
Cir, Gulf Breeze; DUI.
2/11/08
Sutton, Jerry Daniel;
Male; 41; 5384 Horace
Lunsford Rd, Milton;
Aggrav Asslt-With Intent to
Commit a Felony (domestic
violence), Battery-Touch or
Strike (domestic violence).
2/12/08
Penrice, Raefeael; Tylin;
Male; 34; 4101 Pace Lane,
Pace; Criminal Misch-
$1,000 or More. 2/12/08
Mobley, Ray Chris;
Male; 47; 14806 Front Beach
Rd, Panama City; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.
2/12/08
Nieves, Carmen Maria;
Female; 43; 1502 Stanford
Rd, Gulf Breeze; Harassing
Communication Repeated
Phone Calls, Property
Crimes-Access Computer
W/O Authority. 2/12/08
Wilks, Tyler Lee; Male;
19; 5889 Country Club Rd,
Milton; Larc-Petit 1st
Offense (10 cts.), Fraud-
Utter False Instrument (10
cts.), Counterfeiting of Bank


Bill Check Draft Note (10
cts.) 2/12/08
Slay, Michael Wayne;
Male; 44; 5048 East
Spencerfield Rd, Pace; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 2/12/08
Schramm. Laurie Ann;
Female; 45; 4211 Brookside
Dr, Pensacola; DUI, Refuse
to Submit to DUI Test.
2/12/08
Brown, Billie Frances;
Female; 29; 4536 Old
Guernsey Rd, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/13/08
Dockery, Jeffery Curtis;
Male; 47; 325 SW 2nd
Street, Chiefland, FL;
Possess Controlled
Substance With Intent to Sell
Deliver Purchase. 2/13/08
Hovermale, .Ir., Jeffrey
Scott: Male; 19: 964 Breezy
Acres Rd. Cantonment;
Fugitive From Justice.
2/13/08
Baggett III, Everett;
Male; 16; 11166 North
Lakeview Dr., Milton;
Damage Prop-Crim Misch
Over $200 Under $1,000,
Burgl of Unoccupied
Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt/Batt, Larc-Theft is
$300 or More But Less Than
$5,000, Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/13/08
Crowe, Nathan Edward;
Male; 31; 7125 Levon Dr,
Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp 1st Offense, Resist
Officer-Obstruct By
Disguised Person, Possess
Cocaine, Narcotic Equip
Possess And Or Use. 2/14/08
Galvan, Ricardo Juan;
Male; 46; 65993 Cumbie Rd,
Century; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/14/08
Leonard, Chistina
Marie; Female; 26; 5332 E.
Avenida De Golf, Pace;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
2/14/08
Melton, Shawn Edwin;
Male; 41; 9538 Quiet Creek
Rd, Milton; Drive While
License Susp 3rd or Subseq
Offense. 2/14/08
Rodriguez, Jose Davila;
Male; 38; 1016 12th Ave,
West, Palmetto, FL; Attach
Registration License Plate
Not Assigned, Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
2/14/08
Rogalski, Janet Luann;
Female; 37; 6475 Warren
Rd, Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 2/14/08
Crowe, Nathan Edward;
Male; 31; 7125 Levon Dr.,


Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp 1st Off, Resist Officer
Obstruct By Disguised
Person, Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip Possess And
Or Use. 2/14/07
Galvan, Ricardo Juan;
Male; 46; 6593 Cumbie Rd,
Century; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/14/08
Leonard, Christina
Marie; Female; 26; 5332 E
Avenida De Golf, Pace;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip Possess and Or Use.
2/14/08
Melton, Shawn Edwin;
Male; 41; 9538 Quiet Creek
Rd, Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp 3rd or Subseq Off.
2/14/08
Rodriguez, Jose Davila;
Male; 38; 1016 12th Ave
West, Palmetto, FL; Attach
Registration License Plate
Not Assigned, Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender.
2/14/08
Rogalski, Janet Luann;
Female; 37; 6475 Warren
Rd, Milton; Possess Cocaine,
Narcotic Equip-Possess And
Or Use. 2/14/08
TIoney, Darren
Creighton; Male; 22; 6596
Kempton St., Navarre;
Aggrav Asst W/ Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill,
Battery Touch or Strike.
2/14/08
Young, Leighetta
Elizabeth Grace; Female; 27;
6496 Wilmar Ave, Milton;
Possess Cocaine, Narcotic
Equip-Possess And or Use.
2/14/08
Griffin, Janice
Elizabeth; Female; 41; 215
Cypress Village, Houma,
LA; Failure to Appear for
Felony Offense. 2/14/08
Dunn, Amanda Gayle;
Female; 25; 5065 Matthew
Rd, .Pace; Drive While Lic
Susp 2nd Offense, Fraud-
Impersonate Att To Use ID
of Another Without Consent,
Resist Officer Obstruct By
Disguised Person. 2/14/08
Felde, Christina
Elizabeth; Female; 36; 400
Peregrine Ct., Mary Esther;
DUI and Damage Property.
2/14/08
Hounshell, Jeremiah B;
Male; 24; 6457 Berryhill Rd.
Milton; DUI Alcohol or
Drugs 2nd Off (2 cts.),
Refuse to Submit to DUI
Test (2 cts.) 2/14/08
Witkin, Karen
Elizabeth; Female; 59; 3342
La Condesa St, Gulf Breeze;
DUI. 2/14/08
Hickman, Rachel
Dawn; Female; 21; 8100


Hwy. 98, 'Pensacola: DUI.
2/16/08
Hughes, Ralph Thomas:
Male; 53; 978 South
Rayburn St., Crestvicw;
DUI. 2/16/08
Morgan. Thomas Saun;
Male; 48; 8661 Olivera St,
Navarre; DUI. 2/15/08
Puett, Julie Marlene:
Female; 47; 6598 Leisure St,
Navarre; DUI. 2/16/08
Ross, Joshua Ryan;
Male; 21; 942 Candlestick
Ct, Pensacola; DUI. 2/16/08
Garnett, David Eugene;
Male; 31; Madison Ave.,
Pace; DUI. 2/16/08
Lopez, Abraham
Alvarez; Male; 23; Address
Unknown; DUI. 2/17/08
Vanslambrouck, Craig
William; Male; 45; 10229
West Lake Rd, Milton; DUI
Alcohol or Drugs 2nd
Offense. 2/16/08
Nicholas, Sherry Renee;
Female; 33; 3765 Sandy
Point St., Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp Habitual.
2/15/08
Owens, John Andrew;
Male; 48; 4488 Rice Rd,
Milton; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
2/17/08
Starnes, Robeye
Douglas; Male; 433; 4223
Bay Cedar Ln, Pace; Attach
Registration License Plate
Not Assigned, Drive While
Lic Susp Habitual Offender,
Marijuana Possess Not More
Than 20 Grams, Narcotic
Equip Possess And Or Use.
2/16/08
_Ty er, Darlene Marie;
Female; 27; 6567 Brock
Ave., Milton; Aggrav
Battery-Person Uses a
Deadly Weapon (domestic
violence). 2/16/08
UIJite, Joseph Daniel;
Male; 24; 8521 Honeybee
Lane, Milton; Assit-Intent
Threat To Do Violence,
Conservation-Animals-
Cause Cruel Death Pain and
Suffering. 2/15/08
Leonard, Christina
Marie; Female; 26; 5332 E.
Avenida DeGolf, Pace;
Probation Violation-Felony.
2/08
Abney, Cameron Blake;
Male; 17; 5337 Medicine
Bow St, Milton; Veh Theft-
Grand 3rd Degree. 2/16/08
Carter, Suchita


Shaquenna; Female; 270
Clifford St, Ft. Walton Bch;
Aggrav Assit W/Deadly
Weapon W/O Intent to Kill,
Battery-Touch or Strike.
2/15/08
Crenshaw, Curtis Dean;
Male; 15; 2667 S 30th Ave,
Milton; Burgl Dwelling or
Structure Cause Damage
Over $1,000, Burgl of
Dwelling Unarmed No Asslt
or Battery, Burgl Tools-
Possess With Intent to Use,
Trespassing Occupied
Structure or Conveyance,
Larc Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
2/15/08
Faulkner, Blake
Thomas; Male; 14; 2619 S.
30th Ave., Milton; Burgl
Dwelling or Structure Cause
Damage Over $1,000, Burgl
of Dwelling Unarmed No
Asslt or Batt, Burgl Tools-
Possess With Intent to Use,
Trespassing Occupied
Structure or Conveyance,
Larc Theft is $300 or More
But Less Than $5,000.
2/15/08
Henderson, Jesse
James; Male; 21; 4770 Pine
Ln, Pace; Drive While Lic
Susp Habitual Offender.
2/15/08
Hymnan, Terrance.
Christopher; Male; 36; 6500
Robin Ave, Milton; Drive
While Lic Susp 2nd
Offense, Sex Offender
Violations-Fail To Comply
with Registration Law.
2/16/08
Mixson, Jr., Paul
Richard; Male; 27; 12760
Hilliard Jenkins Rd, Loxley,
AL; Probation Violation-
Felony. 2/17/08
Padgett, Johnny Lee;
Male; 42; 5779 Windover
St, Milton; Failure to
Appear for Felony Offense.


2/15/08
Rego, Jr., Robert;
Male; 46; 132 Ashepoo,
Aiken, SC; Larc-Grand
Theft $5,000 or More Less
Than $10,000. 2/16/08
Spears, Jessica Kose;
Female; 18; 4312 Mason
Ln, Milton; Trespassing
Construction Site. 2/17/08
Swain, Gareth Dwayne;
Male; 19; 8639 N. Rawls
Ave., Pensacola; Probation
Violation-Felony. 2/15/08
Ibanez Magdaleno;
Male; 17; 850 Trawick Rd,
Milton; Fraud-Impersonate
Create Poss Use Fictitious
Personal ID Information.
2/08




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Special to the Press Gazette
The Santa Rosa County
Sheriff's Office arrested three
individuals this week for the
alleged burglary of a local
pawn shop on February 10, in
which 17 handguns were
stolen-worth a total value of
$12,190.
The suspects were identi-
fied as Timothy Gamble 18,
Stephen Morency 17, and
Justin Borders 16. During
interviews, all three suspects
gave simi-
I a r
accounts
of what
h a d
occurred
on the
night of
the bur-
glary, says
Sgt. Scott
Haines
with the Borders
Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's office.
The burglary of Guns and
Such Pawn Shop was con-
ducted only after a failed
attempt to burglarize another
pawnshop earlier the same
night.
During the previous


attempt at Ron's Place Pawn
and Gun Shop, the suspects
accidentally activated an
alarm notifying law enforce-
ment. The
suspects .
left the
area prior .
to law
enforce- .
meant's :
arrival, '
due to
one sus-
pect's use
of a
police Gamble
scanner.
The suspects later
regrouped and devised a plan
to burglarize Guns and Such.
After that burglary it is report-
ed the suspects took the stolen
firearms
to a loca-
tion in
E a s t ., .
Milton
a n d
grounded
off the
serial
numbers
with a
grinding
tool. Morency


Meth

Continued From Page One
Milton was a family distur-
bance.
But when they arrived
and began to investigate what
was later dismissed as a ver-
bal disturbance with no act of
violence occurring, deputies
noticed a coffee filter con-
taining suspected metham-
phetamine and other items
that are related to the manu-
facturing process of meth.
The filter was discovered
on top of a lampshade in
order to dry the meth during
the manufacturing process.
Narcotics officers were
contacted and upon their
arrival confirmed the sub-
stance in the coffee filter was
meth.
During their investiga-
tion officers came across 118
grams of methamphetamine
oil from the kitchen and laun-
dry room, while the coffee
filter contained five grams of
meth.
Detectives also found
numerous glass containers,
glassware, and tubing that is
used during the manufactur-
ing of methamphetamine
inside the master bathroom.


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Local


Illegals

Continued From Page One
two Santa Rosa La Hacienda
locations, three arrested at
Emerald Coast Cushions,
and one arrest at Hiawatha
Nursery.
Releases following
records checks at Emerald
Coast Cushions and
Hiawatha Nursery were not
made available by the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's
Office.
In all 23 different busi-
nesses in Santa Rosa County
have been checked following
complaints received by the
Santa Rosa County Sheriff's
Office.
The task force continues
to work based on citizen
complaints of undocumented
workers in the area, accord-
ing to Haines.
"If a citizen suspects ille-
gal activity of any kind on
the part of an undocumented
worker they should contact
their local, state, or Federal
law enforcement authorities.
As to employers, they are


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SALUTES


IKE H. NORTHROP, JR.

Silent strength is perhaps the best
characterization we can give to Ike
Northrop, Jr.'s contribution to this gener-
ation's heritage, standards of conduct,
and intellectual oversight that has proven
S" to be so very valuable to the community
(--.'-- 4and its residents over the years.
Ike grew up in a family where per-
sonal responsibility, integrity, and deep-
seated spiritual values were held
supreme. He learned at an early age how
to deal with the public, and became one
of Milton's most respected businessmen,
continuing the retail grocery franchise
established by his parents.
But one of Ike's most significant
contributions to the community came
Ike Northrop, Jr when he accepted the call to serve on the
Santa Rosa Hospital's Board of
Directors, a civic responsibility that con-
tinued for more than 10 years. His service was especially noteworthy since it was
given during some of the institution's most turbulent years prior to its evolving into
the current Santa Rosa Medical Center. Many of the decisions, that it ultimately
became his to make, will long be remembered for their positive impact relative to
the highly charged atmosphere within the local medical community at the time.
Today Ike continues a career in real estate and building management, and
serves on the Board of Directors at the First National Bank of Florida, among other
low profiled activities. But it's to his spiritual values that he attributes his success,
and he says it will always be one of the most important parts of Iris life. And the
three children that he and his wife Linda have reared, and who are now in success-
ful careers of their own, are, understandably, a source of some of their greatest
pride.
We proudly salute him for what he stands for and the contribution he has made
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SRC Record Checks
Panhandle Growers 23 inspected 13 Arrested
Hiaatha Nurser\ 1 inspected 1 Arrested
La Hacienda Milton 9 inspected 5 Arrested
La Hacienda Pace 8 inspected 5 Arrested
Public Gull Breeze 38 inspected 0 Arrested
Air Products 12 inspected 0 Arrested
Beach Colon\ Subcontractors-
Ard 2 inspecred 0 Arrested


Bead, Colon\
Gri.set s LExcaating
Ablaze Metal
Sagamo 'Muminum
Cameron Dean
Kitchen and Bath
Baroco Electric
El Rodeo
Bud Shack
China Sea
Brick-Loc
Red Barn
Emerald Coast Cushionc
Okki's Resiaurant
\Vesi Coast Roofing


"Based on this informa-
tion, Sheriff Hall contacted
other law enforcement agen-
cies in the area to determine
whether they were experi-
encing the same problem
and their proposed course of
action. One of the findings
from the other agencies was
that the incidences of per-
sons using false documents
to obtain employment not
only included people who
were in the US illegally but
also US citizens that were
trying to avoid arrest on
criminal warrants."
But some of the cases
centered on identity theft,
which has become a growing
problem nationally.
"Another finding was
that these documents had
been stolen from US citizens
and were being provided or
sold to illegal immigrants
coming over the border,"


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4 inspected
3 inspected
5 inspected
3 inspected
2 inspected
5 inspected
" inspected
1 inspected
5 inspected
4 inspected
4 inspected
- inspected
5 inspected
11 inspected


0 Arrested
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said Haines. "It was also
determined that the Bay
County Sheriff's Office had
taken a lead on this situation
and was approaching con-
struction sites and detained
any worker that attempted to
leave the premises.
Since that time, Bay
County has developed a dif-
ferent approach; that of the
enforcement of the illegal
use of stolen social security
numbers and other docu-
ments of employment."
Therefore a task force
made up of personnel from
the Santa Rosa Sheriff's
Office, Walton County
Sheriff's Office, and the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office met to determine the
scope of their operations.
These operations were dis-
cussed with the First Judicial
State Attorney to determine
their course of action.


Primary


Continued From Page One
County there are 100,215
registered voters, with
26,618 registered as
Democrats, the party the spe-
cial second primary would
focus on.
These numbers could
change quite drastically if
they reopen the books.
"The average Joe will
probably look at changing
their party," said Bodenstein.
"I would expect it to resem-
ble a herd of elephants.
"The ramifications and
what we would have to go
through for another election
would have a big impact.


While Santa Rosa
County would be looking to
find, at the most, $60,000
for another primary, the
state of Florida would be
looking at a tab of nearly
$15 million dollars, all
while looking at a multi-bil-
lion dollar budget shortfall.
"We would have to
come up with the money
from our reserves," said
Santa Rosa County
Administrator Hunter
Walker when questioned
where the dollars for a spe-
cial election would come
from. "If the governor
orders us to do another pri-


mary we will find the
money.
"It just doesn't seem fair
to void the election of the
29th, but if we have to have
another election then I think
the party should have to pay
for it."
Bodenstein's point about
when the election was certi-
fied seems to be a point lost
on those who led the boycott
efforts of the state of Florida.
Even though the election
was held on Jan. 29th, it was-
n't actually certified in each
county until Feb. 8, which
was after Super Tuesday on
Feb. 5.


Talks


Continued From Page One
prudent with their money and
not build a Taj Mahal they
would support a tax for three
years," said Cole. "No bells;
no whistles; and no roads."
Commissioner Don
Salter said the safety of the
community was more impor-
tant and that means improved
roads.
"I have always said that
roads come first," said Salter.
"I understand the need for the
courthouse, but I will not cut
the need for better and safer
roads."


Salter also pointed out
the state is looking at several
possible taxes to help fund
items across Florida and they
could possibly appear on the
November ballot.
"I think it would be pre-
mature for us to talk until we
get a better sense of what the
state is going to do."
Broxson felt that would
be rather soon, but the ,tax
reform budget committee
might not have recommenda-
tions until later.
"I think Commissioner
Salter is right to be con-


cerned about possible taxes
coming up," said
Commissioner Gordon
Goodin. "I don't think we
will have a good idea of what
to expect until well into the
summer."
In other commission
news a public hearings on an
ordinance amending the
rules and regulations for
public parks and recreational
facilities to allow alcoholic
beverages in Navarre Park
by state recognized non-
profit organizations will be
held Thursday morning.


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expected to pursue all
required documentation for
the hiring of any employee.
Each employee should have
an 1-9, W-4, copy of social
security number, and a copy
of a picture identification
card," said Haines. "This
would include, but not limit-
ed, to require all information
is complete and thorough,'
copies of all documents kept
in the employee file, identifi-
cation cards are current and
not expired, etc. Any suspi-
cion on the part of the
employer should be submit-
ted to local, state, or Federal
authorities."
The Bay County
Sheriff's Office originally
looked at trying to curb the
problem of undocumented
workers, but it wasn't until
recently when the foundation
was set for other sheriffs to
follow after the cases went
through the court system.
The Area Improvement
Management (AIM) Task
Force was formed back in
2005.
"The AIM unit was orig-
inally formed in 2005 to con-
duct operations against spe-,
cific criminal 'hot spots' of
special interest deemed nec-
essary by the sheriff. They
were not designated specifi-
cally to handle
"Undocumented Workers"
inspections. However, per-
sonnel from that unit have
been used to assist other offi-
cers during the operations,"
said Haines. "The Santa
Rosa Sheriff's Office has
received numerous com-
plaints in reference to undoc-
umented workers flooding
the county since Hurricane
Ivan.


King Middle musicians

King Middle School Band brought home 41 superior medals from the Florida Bandmasters solo and ensemble festival held
at Gulf Breeze high School. Receiving superior medals were Hailey Wistner, Jaysea Coates, Torie Schranz, Matthew
Lashare, Jeff Franks, Kevin Brooks, Desiree Velasquez, Justin O'Berry, Dylan Peacock, Tyler Maynard, Braden Potter-Dees,
Amir Kelker, Josh Franks, Monica Cooper, Angel Reyes, Delanie Goerig, Ella Jones, Sylever Estle, Britney Gibson, Linsey
Myrick, Ashley Allen, Anna Ledet, Katie Martin, Angel Helton, Maholley Ward, Tony Kirkpartrick, Dakota Huestis, Michael
Bays, Cody Leggett, and Cody Brayton. Excellent medals were won by Maholley Ward, Samantha McClellan, Erika Gauthier,
Tristy Holmes, and Ashley Clemons. Earlier this year Braden Potter-Dees, Katie Martin, Delanie Goerig, Angel Reyes, and
Jaysea Coates represented King Middle in the All County Band Concert. And Dylan Peacock represented King Middle in
the All State Band this past January and performed at the Florida Music Educators Conference.
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Sainta Rosa's -',,i Gi1


House

Continued From Page One
contents dry was an all
consuming project. Many
of the valuable interior ele-
ments, such as the original
fireplace mantles, doors,
and windows had to be
moved off-site to preserve
them.
The houses owner,
Christine Walsh, originally
agreed to purchase the
Mason-Allen house in 2003
when the county was seek-
ing bids to have it demol-
ished.
She says she bought it
with the understanding it
would be moved to
Bagdad, however, talks
began in 2006 about keep-
ing the old home on site to
be used as a heritage cen-
ter.
Those talks continued
as recently as August of
last year, when the County
Commissioners finally
decided the house had to
go, citing economical rea-
sons.
Walsh, who purchased
the house for all of $400,
has now invested far, far
more to have it moved.
The project has been a
labor of love.
Sharon Allen was one
of those on hand to witness
the move on Monday.
Allen's husband was born
in the home-the grandson
of Minnie Allen, Capt.
Mason's daughter.
"A lot of memories,
mainly for my children,"
says Allen. "They're really
happy it's being moved and
being preserved. Their
grandparents lived there,
and they played down there
from the time they were lit-
tle."
Captain Mason immi-
grated to the United States
from the Austrian Empire
in 1858, and docked in the
City of Tampa.
Woosley says Mason
built his home in the true
manner of a sea captain
with beautiful hand carved
wood and a generous sup-
ply of rich paint.
The house was built
from the virgin heart pine,
once found in abundant
supply along the Gulf
Coast, which he points out
is nearly termite resistant-
they don't like the sap con-
tent-a sound reason for
the old structure's remark-
able condition.
Walsh says a final deci-
sion on what function the
Mason home will serve in
its new location has not yet
been made, though she has
said, "We would like it to
be somewhat accessible to
the public, something
where people could come
in and enjoy it."
The house sits on the
corner of Simpson and
Thompson Street in
Bagdad, not far from where
Mason's sons moored their
ship, the City of Tampa, so
named in honor of their
father's first homeport in
the New World.


Festival-goers admire art created by school-age artists from all over Santa Rosa County.
Press Gazette photos by Ryan Arvay


Art on



the



River



Walk


(Above) You're never alone with one of Matt
Brabham's ceramic pieces to keep you company.
(Left) A dragon created by Exotic Treasures people-
watches during the 20th annual Riverwak Arts
Festival.


C.W. Bruton stands by his trusty 1926 Hercules hit and miss engine which produces high
quality grits and cornmeal. Bruton's engine was featured as part of the heritage arts por-
tion of the festival and featured along other art-forms such as basket weaving, wood carv-
ing, and candle making.


Fundraiser for Navarre Garden Center


In continuing efforts to
raise funds to build the
Navarre Garden Center, the
Navarre Garden Club will be
taking orders for Easter
Floral arrangements and sell-
ing boiled peanuts. The
"Peanut Lady," a local
favorite, has graciously
offered her "Peanut Wagon"
to help raise funds for the
future Navarre Garden
Center.
The Peanut Wagon will
be located on Hwy 98 and
Prado Street, across from the
Navarre Park in the Pak &
Fax parking lot on March
15th and 16th from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. All proceeds from
the sale of the acclaimed
'best boiled peanuts' on both
of those days will go towards
building the Navarre Garden
Center. The Peanut Wagon
has been a landmark in
Navarre for years and many
of the locals attest that it has
provided some of the best
tasting boiled peanuts over
the numerous past years.
So, if you got a craving
for this great southern delica-
cy, or if you're new to the


area and have never eaten a
boiled peanut, now is the
time to treat yourself to
some of the best. While
there, consider ordering your
Easter Floral arrangement
from the Navarre Garden


Club. Each advance ordered
arrangement will then be
delivered to your home,
church or place of business
on Thursday, March 20
and/or Friday, March 21 to
insure freshness for the


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3948 Hl- 90-- Pace, FL 32571
850.202.3100
www.paceassembly.org


Easter weekend. This may be
a good time for providing an
arrangement for your church,
friends or family while help-
ing your community build its
Garden Center. Thank you in
advance for your support.


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6A Wednesday, March 12, 2008 The Santa Rosa Press Gazette Milton, Florida


OUR VIEW


They want us



to vote again?

What will it take for Florida's leaders to
conduct an election without a controversy?
Our leaders in Tallahassee decided to
move the Presidential primary to Jan. 29.
In response, party leaders said our dele-
gates would not count, but roughly a third of
the registered voters went to the polls any-
way.
Why?
We wanted to exercise our rights as voters
and citizens.
But instead of being treated fairly, we
became second-class citizens.
How ironic. Florida was the focus of the
2000 election, then again in the 2004 elec-
tion, and now we find ourselves in the spot-
light of the 2008 Democratic primary.
So much talk, yet the primary system is
already so dysfunctional it needs to be con-
demned..
How fair is it that the state of Iowa sets
the tone for 49 other states when it comes to
picking the next leader of the free world.
Stop after stop, candidates are whittled
away until some states do not even matter.
What happened to the one man, one vote
theory upon which our nation was founded?
Sounds like those in Washington would like
to flush the entire process.
If this isn't a reason for America to
reform the election process we don't know
what is.
It is hard to imagine spending $15-million
campaign dollars in Florida and then having
to do it again just because a bunch of power
hungry ner-do-wells say so.
The people of Florida have spoken and it
is not their fault those in Washington told
the candidates they could not come and play
in the Sunshine before the ballots were cast.
This entire process shows the disconnect
between the public and those in power.
For all the good it does us to voice our
opinions on matters to those here locally, in
Tallahassee, or in Washington, we might as
well decide to step outside and yell during a
hurricane.
Only those of us who really feel a candi-
date will actually hear our concerns bother to
trek to the polls anymore. When we talk of
voter apathy, we need look no farther than
the current election system to understand
why.
This attempt at futility might prove to be
an outstanding example of what it is like to
be a fan of the Chicago Cubs. No matter
what they do, they remain the hapless losers.
If this mess we call an election process


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A Dark Day Ahead
FM: Martha Mason
Pace, Fla.
Dear Editor,
A dark day is dawning for
struggling readers in Santa Rosa
County Schools. The Reading
Recovery Program, which has been
a safety net for young children for
the past ten years, is being termi-
nated at the end of this school year.
Reading Recovery is an early
intervention, one-on-one tutorial
program for first grade students
who are the lowest literacy per-
formers at their schools. Well-
trained, highly qualified Reading
Recovery teachers who work with
these students provide intensive
thirty-minute lessons daily for up to
twenty weeks. After fifty hours of
instruction (a little more than two
days), about 75-percent of Reading
Recovery students are 'caught up'
to the average students in their
classes and don't require further
help. They are 'recovered'. The
reading and writing strategies they


learn stay with them throughout
their school years and they usually
don't need remediation.
Compared to other programs,
Reading Recovery is a miracle
worker. Remediation programs
delivered to small groups just don't
measure up. More often than not,
children in remediation groups
spend years trying to catch up to
their peers and often don't ever
make it. It's the undivided, individ-
ual attention and on-going teacher
training that makes Reading
Recovery so effective.
I'll give you an analogy that
will clarify what I'm saying. Lets
say you have a severe medical
problem. You go to your doctor for
help. He says he no longer treats
individuals, but will include you in
a group of patients who have simi-
lar severe medical problems. Do
you think you'd get the attention
you need to cure your specific ill-
ness? How would you feel about
being put through a number of tests
just because the group is being
given the tests? His treatment
would not be nearly as effective as


the doctor who would look at your
specific problems. Reading
Recovery is a program that
addresses specific needs of individ-
ual children with severe reading
problems.
SRC school leaders are willing
to let Reading Recovery go in spite
of the fantastic results it produces.
Before this program was adopted,
20-percent of SRC first graders
were scoring below the 20th per-
centile in reading on the Stanford
Nine test. After Reading Recovery
became part of the early literacy
program, very few first graders
have scored below the 30th per-
centile in reading. As a matter of
fact, for many years our schools
have ranked number one in Florida
on reading performance. It will be
interesting to see what happens to
test scores next spring (2009) with-
out Reading Recovery helping the
most literacy-deficient children.
The county supervisors thinK
Reading Recovery is too expensive.
I think the cost of a child learning to
read and write is priceless. Last year,
26 Reading Recovery teachers


served 800 children. In addition to
the one-on-one instruction provided
for Reading Recovery students, we
were able to touch the lives of many
other children, as well. Our expert
training and teaching skills have
benefited thousands of children.
Reading Recovery has saved them
from an illiterate future, school fail-
ure, and a defeated self-esteem.
It is my sincere hope that
county officials will re-consider
their decision to eliminate
Reading Recovery. I'm not writing
this for personal reasons, but
because I am concerned for all the
children in the future who will
need this program and it won't be
here for them.
I appeal to parents of children
who have had Reading Recovery,
to children who have had Reading
Recovery, and to classroom teach-
ers who have seen the difference
Reading Recovery makes to
please write letters of support to
school board members,
Superintendent Rogers and this
newspaper. Perhaps with your tes-
timonies, somebody will listen.


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Community


Fibromyalgia
Support Group to
host special speaker
If you suffer from FM or
CFS, there is a group that
will meet tomorrow,
Thursday, March 13 at 6:30
p.m. at the Locklin
Technical Center, 5330
Berryhill Rd., west of the
Santa Rosa Medical Center.
There will be a special
speaker, Chuck McGraw, a
licensed massage therapist,
who will be speaking on
self-massage to help relieve
stress, muscle and joint pain.
This is open to anyone who
suffers from FM or CFS,
This group meets the 2nd
Thursday of each month.
Call 450-4922 for more
information.

Scholarship
deadline March 19
The Santa Rosa Art
Association, Inc. is offering
several fine art scholarships
to students graduating from
Santa Rosa schools this
spring.
Students must complete
a simple application process
and mail their paperwork by
March 19. The awards will
pay for art tuition at any
accredited college or art
school next year. Applicants
do not have to major in art to
qualify.
For information and an
application, go to the SRAA
web site at www.san-
tarosaartists.org or contact
the guidance office of a
Santa Rosa district high
school. If there are questions,
call 623-2257.

Santa Rosa County
Fair is looking for
the Perfect Pickle!
The second "Aunt Bee's
Perfect Pickle Contest" will
be held at the fair on
iWednesday April 3rd, with
judging at 7 p.m. Judges
will be looking for the best
home-made pickles, which
were canned in the last 12
months in our area. Only
jars of cucumber pickles
dill, sweet, bread & butter,
etc. may compete. Judges
will taste the pickles
Wednesday night. Ribbons
and bragging rights will be
awarded!
Bring your pickles to the
fair office at East Milton
Park on April 1st 3rd
before noon. The pickles
will be on display in the
exhibit hall for the entire
fair, April 1-6. To register
contact Regina@san-
tarosacountyfair.org or call
623-1115. For more fair
information go to www.san-
tarosacountyfair.org.

Road closure
planned for Monday
Penton Road is sched-
uled to close at the Penton
Road Bridge from March 17
through April 4 to facilitate
bridge repairs. The bridge is
located north of Siripon
Road, and south of C.R. 178.
The detour will be Pineview
Church Road to
Hollandtown Road to C.R.
178, or S.R. 87 to C.R. 178.

2008 Spring Recital
at PJC & UWF
Pensacola Junior College
and the University of West
Florida present the Pensacola
SGuitar Ensemble and the
'Pensacola Guitar Orchestra
'in their 2008 Spring Recital.
The free concert is 7:30
pim. Saturday, March 15, at
SPJC's Ashmore Fine Arts
Auditorium, Building 8, on
the Pensacola campus.
The program features
works for solo guitar, guitar
trio and guitar orchestra by
Luidwig van Beethoven, F.M.
Alvarez, Isaac Albeniz,
Agustin Barrios Mangore,


Johann Sebastian Bach,
Fernando Sor, Astor
Piazzolla, Nikita Koshkin
and others.
For more information,
call 484-1847.

Pace Relay For
Life Steering
Committee meeting
The Pace Relay For Life
Steering Committee will
meet Monday, March 17 at 6
1- p.m. at the Pace Masonic
Lodge, 5024 E. Spencer


Field Road. The meeting is
open to any volunteer who
would like to help plan and
organize Relay activities.
Relay For Life events
support cutting-edge cancer
research, helps provide free
transportation to hospitals,
helps prevent youth smok-
ing, publishes lifesaving lit-
erature and develops a new
generation of weapons to
fight cancer.
To learn more about this
fun-filled overnight adven-
ture and how you can join
the fight against cancer, con-
tact Rocky Leber at 291-
4699 or lebere@mail.san-
tarosa.kl2.fl.us.

Gulf Breeze Relay
for Life Team
fundraiser
The Gulf Breeze Relay
for Life event scheduled for
25th and 26th April 2008 is
having a Relay Team Fund
Raiser at Pensacola Beach
Elks Lodge on 12th April
2008.
First Annual Gulf
Breeze Relay for Life
Auction "Bid On A Cure" is
April 12, at Pensacola
Beach Elks Lodge -
Sponsoredby the Bay Street
Striders.
There will be no entry
fee to attend the Auction
Optional Dinner tickets
available for $10 each -
catered by Shane's Rib
Shack. Master of
Ceremonies is Pensacola
Beach's T. Bubba Bechtol.
5:00 p.m. Doors open; 6:00
p.m. Dinner is served; 7:00
p.m. Live Auction starts;
8:30 p.m.; Silent Auction
closes.
This is an event
designed to increase the
fundraising potential for
each of the planned 43
teams. The teams are pro-
viding the auction items
though individual gifts and
local business sponsorship
donations. Come and join us
for a night of fun and get in
the auction bidding spirit
to "Bid On A Cure" with us.

Partnership
celebrates success
with St. Patrick's
Day benefit
The Bagdad Waterfronts
Florida Partnership is invit-
ing the public to help cele-
brate its success during a St.
Patrick's Day Party to be
held from 3 to 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 15. All pro-
ceeds will go to community
enhancement projects.
The party will be held at
the home of Betty and
Richard Lewis, 4629 Church
St., Bagdad.
Tickets are a $10 dona-
tion for a bowl of Irish
Potato Soup, green snacks,
green punch, and a cup of
beer or glass of wine. There
will be door prizes, Irish
music, food, and more!
All proceeds will go to
community improvement
projects, such as the Bagdad
Community Lighting
Program, which was initiat-
ed by the Partnership last
year to light the dark areas in
Bagdad. All lights purchased
through the fund are
installed in dark areas to
help promote safety. The
Partnership's focus areas are
public access to the water-
front, economic revitaliza-
tion, environmental and cul-
tural protection, and hazard
mitigation.
Everyone is welcome to
attend. Reserve your tickets
now by calling 623-6202 or
v i s. i t.
www.BagdadWaterfronts.or
g.

Little Miss Pace
pageant deadline


Pace High School's
Project Graduation is spon-
soring the first annual; Little
Miss Pace pageant for
kindergarten through 8th
grade. The Final Registration
takes place on Saturday,
March 15 from 11:00 a.m. to
2:00 p.m. at Middleton's
Clothiers in Pace! Help a
worthy cause while giving
your daughter the opportuni-
ty to "feel like a princess."

Travel Club


meeting is set
Monthly travel
meeting will be


club
held


Wednesday March 19th, 6:30
p.m. at the Valparaiso
Community center,
Valparaiso. The program will
feature Peru/Machu Picchu,
Iquitos Amazon Indian vil-
lage and new and exciting
discoveries of the Incan civi-
lization.
There will be a Sept.
15th-25 -11 day trip to
Croatia, Slovenia & Trieste,
Italy with Collette Tours. It
will feature the Dalmatian
Coast, Italy and Slovenia.
Croatia is becoming the lead-
ing travel spot in the world.
For information on both
events, call Ed Armbruster at
(850) 897-1330 or email:
edwin2@cox.net

Santa Rosa County
seeking substitute
teachers
In an effort to develop a
larger cadre of substitute
teachers during the spring
months, Santa Rosa County
District Schools will reopen
the application process.
Over the past 3 months
no substitute teaching appli-
cations have been taken.
Anyone interested in
making application should
contact the Human Resource
Department at 5086 Canal
Street. The process and
application can be found at
www.santarosa.kl2.fl.us or
the department can be
reached at 850. 983. 5030.
If additional information
is needed concerning this
press release please .contact
Assistant Superintendent for
Human Resources, Lewis
Lynn at 850.983.5030.

SRCREA to meet
Monday
The Santa Rosa County
Retired Educators will meet
Monday March 17 at 10 a.m.
on the campus of Locklin
Technical Center. It will be
held in the Student Center on
the campus instead of in the
Russell Building. The pro-
gram 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 activ-
ity.


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wedding date of April 12


Hurley and Shirley
Manning of Milton, FL are
pleased to announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Heather Anne Manning
to Sean Michael Cooper of
Springhill, Tennessee.
Heather graduated from
Milton High School in 1993


and Auburn University in
1997 with a degree in
Industrial and Systems
Engineering. She is present-
ly employed with Vanderbilt
Medical Center as a Quality
Assurance Lead.
Sean graduated from
Dixie Hollins High School


in 1991. He is currently
employed with Ardent
Health Systems as Manager
of Clinical Applications.
The couple will be mar-
ried Saturday, April 12,
2008 in Pensacola Beach,
FL and will reside in
Nashville, TN.


August


x wedding


.date for


Garrigus


& Barrow

...Greg and Maureen
Garrigus of Pace are pleased
to announce the engagement
of their daughter, Amy
Denise, to Bret David
Barrow, son of David and
Linda Barrow of Pace. Bret
and Amy are both Pace High
graduates. The wedding date
is planned for August 9th at
Immanuel Baptist Church in
Pace.


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up for Pace


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Pace found their hitting
sticks Friday night as they
defeated Tate 3-0 on the road.
After a disappointing 16-
inning loss against Choctaw
on Tuesday, the Lady Pats
registered seven hits and
made them count as they
improved to 7-2 on the year.
Katy Neal got the win as
she allowed only three hits
while striking out three.
Neal looking like she
was in another pitching duel
as the game remained score-
less until the fourth inning
with Pace plated two runs.
At the plate Brittany
Dowdle went 2-for-4 with an
RBI, Lindsey Millsap went
2-for-3 scoring a run and
McKenzie Vaughn went 1-
for-3 with a run scored.
On Thursday Pace
defeated Navarre 10-1 as
Kira Orr fanned 10 in seven
innings of work.-
Neal hit a home run
while going 2-for-4 at the
plate.
Also going 2-for-4 were
Lizzie Gunter and Vaughn.
Shelby Brooks and Orr went
2-for-3.
Milton reached the 10-
win mark with a 10-5 win
over Pine Forest Friday.
Milton and Pine Forest
battled back and forth until
the Lady Panthers managed
five runs in the top of the
eight innings.
The Lady Panthers (10-
2) had to score two runs in
the top of the seventh inning
to tie the game at 5-5 before
putting the Lady Eagles away
as Brittany Best took the
loss.
At the plate Caleigh
Drinkard went 4-for-5 with
two doubles while Crystal
Clark went 2-for-3.
Central is above .500 on
the season again after an 18-
5 win over Aletheia Christian
Friday.
Brittany Weaver worked
six innings for the win and
was helped by eight runs the
Lady Jags scored in the sec-
ond inning.
During her five innings
of work she fanned nine
while walking nine.
Daysha Enfinger swung
the big stick for Central going
4-for-4 with a double, home
run and five huge RBIs.
Weaver finished the day
going 3-for-3 with three RBIs
to help where cause while
Hanna Enfinger went 2-for-2
with a couple of RBIs and


Ashton Melvin went 2-for-4
with a double and three RBIs.
Central ended the game
with.a seven run sixth inning.
Central went to Laurel
.Hill and fell 4-2 on Thursday
as they quickly fell behind 3-
0 after the first inning.
In Baseball Milton
cruised right along with a 14-
2 shellacking of Washington
in five innings.
Brandon Allen worked
for innings and struck out
four as he recorded his first
win of the year.
At the plate Tad
Reynolds has two hits, Roy
Moulder two hits, Caleb
Stewart three hits, and Billy
Hyler two hits.
Stewart finished the day
3-for-3 with a home run and
five RBIs, while Hyler fin-
ished with two RBIs.
S Moulder and Reynolds
scored three runs each in the
win as the Panthers scored in
every inning.
Things did not go so well
for Pace at home as they host-
ed the Crestview Bulldogs.
Crestview left with a 4-2
win as they scored two runs
in the fifth to erase a 1-0 lead
Pace held from the first
inning when C.T. Bradford
scored.
Craig Brown was saddled
with the loss while striking
out four in three innings of
works.
Ryan Parazine went 2-
for-4 and West Bragg went 2-
for-3 with an RBI to lead
Pace.
Pace made short work of
Ft. Walton Beach 11-0 on
Thursday behind the pitching
of Bradford.
The Patriots jumped out
to an early 4-0 lead as Chad
Baxley went 2-for-3 with
three RBIs to lead Pace at the
plate.
Jay doubled up Vernon 4-
2 behind a seven-inning effort
of Nick Simpson.
Simpson struck out six
while scattering eight hits.
Jared Smith and Miles
Hammac each went 2-for-3
for the Royals who improved
to 4-1 on the season.
On Thursday Jay obliter-
ated Baker 17-0.
Hammac got the win
going four innings and allow-
ing three hits.
Tyler DeGraff went 3-
for-4 with three RBI's, and
Rush Hendricks went 2-for-3
with two RBIs.
Smith finished the game
for the Royals with two
RBIs:


(Above) Elizabeth Restonic is seen guiding her horse through the barrel weave completion held at the Blackwater Saddle
Club fun day Saturday at the East Milton Park Arena. The barrell weave was just one of the manyevents held on Saturday.
(Below) Brittany Hoyt had to walk her horse out of the arena after it would not cooperate with her during the barrel weave
competition. The fun day is an monthly event for the Blackwater Saddle Club.


Sports talk host arrested for fraud


Hello there


Futbol Santa Rosa hosted several soccer teams to their
complex on Chumuckla Highway Saturday despite the
chilling temperatures. It might have been cold to watch,
but the action was hot as this play in a game between
Futbol Santa Rosa and the East Milton Wolfpac proved
during the early moments of their game Saturday.
Press Gazette photo by Bill Gamblin


By BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.com
Monday afternoon listen-
ers of the popular sports show
Southern Sports Tonight did
not hear the voice of the popu-
lar show host Scott McKinney.
McKinney, who moved to
the area around 2004, was
arrested Friday on charges of
bilking investors out of several
thousand of dollars by the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office.
The 42-year-old resident
of Santa Rosa Beach was
charged with investment fraud
along with theft and racketeer-
ing by selling investment
opportunities in several of his
companies.
As of press time
McKinney remained lodged in
the Okaloosa County Jail with
his bond set at $700,000 cash
only.
It is not known when
McKinney will post bond, but


he is expected to return to
WTKE 98.1 FM, which serves
as the flagship station to his
syndicated program Southern
Sports Tonight.
"Scott has been and con-
tinues to be a valuable asset to
WTKE and out community,"
said Ron Hale, President of
Star Broadcasting. "In addi-
tion to entertaining thousands
on a daily bases, Scott has self-
lessly helped many charities
and individuals in-need on a
regular basis. He has proven to
be a positive influence on our
community and on our chil-
dren through his support of
area athletics.
"The management of
WTKE asks it listeners and,
indeed, the community as a
whole at this time to think of
those live that Scott has had a
positive effect on. His work on
the radio after Hurricane
Dennis, his relief efforts for
Hurricane Katrina victims, and


tornado victims in south
Alabama represent just a few
of the many good deeds he's
done and will continue to do
despite trying personal cir-
cumstances."
Investigators with the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office and Bureau of Financial
Investigations with the Florida
Office of Financial
Investigations worked jointly
on this matter following com-
plaints on McKinney and his
business dealings.
According to investiga-
tors, McKinney used his pro-
-fessional status as a sport talk
radio host associated with
Southern Sports Tonight to
gain access to, and the trust of,
local investors.
The investors say
McKinney issued them
Membership Stock
Certificates, provided
Partnership Agreements, and
Business Prospectuses while


ultimately obtaining nearly
$140,000.
Investigators say a finan-
cial analysis indicates
McKinney used the funds for
personal use, rather than to
promote and/or equip the com-
panies, Southern Sports
Tonight, LLC, Barking Dog
Media, LLC, and/or
Southeastern Broadcasting,
LLC.
It is also reported he failed
to inform new investors of
additional investors and/or
partners.
Hale in his press release
on the matter said that Scott
has not had his day in court
and has not been found guilty
of any crime.
"So far all we have are
unsubstantiated accusations."
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office is asking any-
one who has further informa-
tion to contact them at 850-
651-7420.








Wednesday-March 12, 2008


Santa Rosa's Press Gazette

Sports


Scratch Ankle 5K:
Registrations are being
taken for the Fourth Annual
Scratch Ankle 5K
Run/Walk to benefit the
Milton High School Track
Team.
The race will be held
April 12 at the Milton
Community Center and get
underway at 8 a.m.
Pre-race registration is
$15 and will be $20 day of
the race.
The first 250 registered
runners will get a race T-
shirt and gift bag.
For more information
you can contact Milton
High School at 983-5600.
Jay Pro Rodeo: The
Sixth Annual Jay Pro
Rodeo is scheduled for
April 25 and 26 at the Ted
May Arena in Jay.
Events will get under-
way at 8 p.m. and admis-
sion will be $10 for adults,
and $5 for children 12 and
under.
Education Hoop
Shoot: A three-on-three
double elimination basket-
ball tournament will be
held March 22 at the Milton
Community Center.
The tournament is for
co-ed teams ages seven to
adult with costr being $20
per adult or $15 per student.
This event will also fea-
ture a three-point shout out
and slam dunk contest at 1
p.m. with a $5 entry fee per
person.
The tournament will get
underway at 8 a.m.
For more information
call 549-8004.
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 Bass
Club of Milton will assist
with the event. For more
information or to become a
sponsor call 623-4570.
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 the event
is free to the public.
For more information
call 983-7000, ext. 3.
Pace Chamber Golf
Tournament: The Pace
Chamber of Commerce are
registering teams for their
ninth annual golf tourna-
ment.
The tournament will
start at 1 p.m. April 25th at
the Moors Golf Club.
Sponsorships are also
available .
For more information
you can contact the Pace
Area Chamber of
Commerce at 994-9633.
Chrome for a Cure
Charity Ride: The second
annual Chrome for a Cure
Motorcycle Charity Ride
will be held April 19 at
Sims Middle School.
This is sponsored by
thye Widows Sons Masonic
Riders Association and
Sims Middle School as a
Relay for Life fundraiser
for the American Cancer
Society.
Registration begins at 8
a.m. and the cost is $20 per
bike for the ride and pin.
Food, door prizes, a
50/50 drawing, and live
band will be at this event.
For more information
call 995-0255..
Elks Golf
Tournament: Milton Elks
Lodge 2377 will hold their
sixth annual golf tourna-
ment April 12 at
Tanglewood Golf and
Country Club.


This four man scramble
will get underway at 12:30
p.m. and is $180 per team
to enter.
Entry fee includes gree
fees, cart, refreshments
onthe course and a barbque
dinner and awards ceremo-
ny following the tourna-
ment.
There will be a chance
to win a new car with a hole
in one on the par three
eighth hole.
For more information
call 336-4028.
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.
General admission will
be $8 and for more infor-
mation you can visit
www.StarrAthletics.com.
Lupus Charity Golf
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.
Pace Library Sports
Raffle. Friends of the Pace
Libaray will be raffling off
various sports itmes to add
a children's activity room
to the Pace Library.
Some of the items you
could win include a Eli
Manning signed Giants
football, an Emmitt Smith
signed Cowboys helmet, a
Travis Fryman signed base-
ball, Boo Weekley signed
hat and picture, Haley
Millsap signed hat and pic-
ture, Danny Woerffle
signed mini-helmets, and
much more.


Sports


Do you have sports-related news or

information you would like to see published

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

sports @ srpressgazette.com


Friday, March 14, 2008
1:54 AM Moonset
5:17 AM Low tide -0.70 Feet
5:46 AM 1st Quarter moon
6:58 AM Sunrise
11:55 AM Moonrise
5:46 PM High tide 1.79 Feet
6:55 PM Sunset

Saturday, March 15, 2008
2:53 AM Moonset
6:32 AM Low tide -0.75 Feet
6:57 AM Sunrise
1:00 PM Moonrise
6:56 PM Sunset
7:11 PM High tide 1.78 Feet

Sunday, March 16, 2008
3:44 AM Moonset
6:55 AM Sunrise
7:29 AM Low tide -0.73 Feet
2:07 PM Moonrise
6:56 PM Sunset
8:28 PM High tide 1.72 Feet


Friday, March 14, 2008 Friday, March 14, 2008
1:55 AM Moonset 1:52 AM Low tide -0.63 Feet
3:27 AM Low tide -0.47 Feet 1:53 AM Moonser
5:46 AM 1st Quarter moon 5:46 AM 1st Quarter moon
6:59 AM Sunrise 6:58 AM Sunrise
11:57 AM Moonrise 11:55 AM Moonrise
3:40 PM High tide 1.19 Feet 2:22 PM High tide 1.41 Feet
6:57 PM Sunset 6:55 PM Sunset


Saturday, March 15, 2008
2:55 AM Moonset
4:42 AM Low tide -0.50 Feet
6:58 AM Sunrise
1:02 PM Moonrise
5:03 PM High tide 1.19 Feet
6:57 PM Sunset

Sunday, March 16, 2008
3:46 AM Moonset
5:39 AM Low tide -0.48 Feet
6:57 AM Sunrise
2:09 PM Moonrise
6:22 PM High tide 1.14 Feet
6:58 PM Sunset


Saturday, March 15, 2008
2:53 AM Moonset
2:55 AM Low tide -0.64 Feet
6:56 AM Sunrise
1:00 PM Moonrise
3:43 PM High tide 1.36 Feet
6:56 PM CDT Sunset

Sunday, March 16, 2008
3:44 AM Moonset
3:54 AM Low tide -0.57 Feet
6:55 AM Sunrise
2:07 PM Moonrise
5:14 PM High tide 1.27 Feet
6:56 PM Sunset


Friday, March 14, 2008
1:55 AM Moonset
5:46 AM 1st Quarter moon
5:47 AM Low tide -0.70 Feet
6:58 AM Sunrise
11:55 AM Moonrise
6:42 PM High tide 1.79 Feet
6:56 PM Sunset

Saturday, March 15, 2008
2:54 AM Moonset
6:57 AM Sunrise
7:02 AM Low tide -0.75 Feet
1:00 PM Moonrise
6:56 PM Sunset
8:07 PM High tide 1.78 Feet

Sunday, March 16, 2008
3:45 AM Moonset
6:56 AM Sunrise
7:59 AM Low tide -0.73 Feet
2:07 PM Moonrise
6:57 PM Sunset
9:24 PM High tide 1.72 Feet


Series: Stephanie Heitman 4-
93
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Game: Aerial Viars 112
Girls Division 5 Scratch
Series: Aerial Viars 255
Overall League Standings: 1.
Strike Force 26-6, 2. Strike Inc.
20-12, 3. Strike Force Kids
16.5-15.5, 4. Fantastic Four 15-
17, 5. Patriots 15-17, 6. Pin
Crushers 3.5-28.5.


14.5, 11. Dream Team 17-
15, 12. Damn 10 Pin 16-16,
13. Strike Force 16-16, 14.
Sliders 16-16, 15. Yee Haw
16-16, 16. Split Hapopens
16-16, 17. We Wuz Robbed
13-19, 18. The Striking Four
13-19, 19. M and J's 13-19,
20. E-N-V-Y 11-21, 21.
Incredible 11-21, 22. Blue
Jays 10-22, 23. Family
Matters 8-24, 24. The Last
Team 7.5-24.5.


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E~iomunitySport


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Ticket sales are under-
way for $10 each or six for
$50. The raffle ends Nov.
29.
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-
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,
Mlilton, Fla. 32572.
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.
More activities can be
found at
www.srpressgazette.com.
Look for the box called
'Things to Do'.
There you can check on
activities by zip code or
activity. And you are also
more than welcome to enter
your events there as well.


Stonebrook Golf Club
Stonebrook Ladies
Golf Association
Belle of the Month
March 4, 2008
Belle of the Month: Glenda
Daniels
First Flight Net: 1. Glenda
Daniels, 2. Linda Reddish, 3.
Liz Giles.
Second Flight Net: 1. Vicki
McMurray, 2. Mary
Woltersdorf, 3. Pauline
Scruggs.
First Flight Gross: 1. Melaine
Duvall, 2. Bonnie Cook, 3.
Audrey Belanger.
Second Flight Gross: 1. karen
Feliciano, 2. Carol Mansfield,
3. Flora Kyle.

Southern Raceway
Milton, Fla.
March 1, 2008
Modified Feature: 1. Nick
Poole, 2. Buddy White, 3.
David Seffens, 4. John Melton,
5. Doug Rogers.
Heat Winners: Heat 1 Buddy
White; Heat 2 Michael Porter.
Crate Late Model Winners: 1.
Jason Phillips, 2. Bo Slay, 3.
Calvin Cook, 4. Johnathon
Joiner, 5. Russell Welch
Crate Late Model Heat
Winners: Heat 1 Jason
Phillips; Heat 2 Bo Slay; Heat
3 Calvin Cook.
Vintage Feature: 1. Chris
Bayhi, 2. Danny Shores, 3. Bill
Blum, 4. Jerry Venable, 5. Gary
Bohlman.
Vintage Heat Winners: Heat
1 Danny Shores; Heat 2 -
Tom Lohr.
Hobby Feature: 1. Ryan
Fowler, 2. Dean Shaw, 3. Kevin
Jernigan, 4. Steven Jemigan, 5.
Thomas Meyers.
Hobby Heat Winners: Heat 1
- Ryan Fowler; Heat 2 Dean
Shaw.
Street Stock Feature: 1. Calvin
Cook, 2. Brandon Harris, 3.
Brandon Kilpatrick, 4. Jarrod
Johns, 5. Michael Porter.
Street Stock Heat Winners:
Heat 1 Jarrod Johns; Heat 2 -
Michael Porter; Heat 3 Calvin
Cook.
Hogg Feature: 1. Chris
Oldenburg, 2. Robert
Baulkum, 3. Chris White, 4. T.J.
Owens, 5. Heather Pecjak.
Hogg Heat Winners: Heat 1 -
Chris Oldenburg; Heat 2 -
Robert Baulkum; Heat 3 -
Chris White.
Stinger Feature: 1. John
Upshaw, 2. Gary Hirman, 3.
Kenneth Clemmons, 4. David
Simpson, 5. Tim Scott.
Stinger Heat Winners: Heat 1
- John Upshaw; Heat 2 Gary
Hirman; Heat 3 Kenneth
Clemmons.

Opps Saturday Youtth
League
Oops Alley
March 1, 2008
Boys Division 1 Scratch
Game: Ryan Vinson 195
Boys Division 1 Scratch
Series: Stephen Henry 522
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Game: Clayton Gagliano 146
Boys Division 2 Scratch
Series: Clayton Gagliano 385
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Game: Jason Nail- 185
Boys Division 3 Scratch
Series: Tanner Newman 469
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Game: Dameion Skelton 129
Boys Division 4 Scratch
Series: Wesley Heitman 362
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Game: Miles Skelton 158
Boys Division 5 Scratch
Series: Miles Skelton 337
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Game: Trey Tomey 123
Boys Division 6 Scratch
Series: Trey Tomey 306
Girls Division 2 Scratch
Game: Stephanie Heitman -
221
Girls Division 2 Scratch


Monday Night Mixed
Oops Alley
March 3, 2008
High Game Men: Bob Veit -
243
High Game Women: Sam
Howell 220
High Game Team: It Doesn't
Matter 802
High Series Men: Bob Veit -
678
High Series Women: Sam
Howell 570
High Series Team: Three
Gents and Queen 2253
Overall League Standings: 1.
Fun Bunch 22-10, 2. Dave's
Gang 20.5-11.5, 3. Three
Gents and Queen 20-12, 4.
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.S 20-12, 5. It
Doesn't Matter 19-13, 6.
Dang's Crews 19-13, 7. Super
Friends 18.5-13.5, 8.
Incredibles 18.5-13.5, 9. Three
and One 18-14, 10. We Wuz
Robbed 18-14, 11. Strike
Force 18-14, 12. Pin Action 17-
15, 13. Split Happens 15-17,
14. Fantastic Four 13-19, 15.
Damn 10 Piun 13-19, 16. New
Recruits 12-20, 17. M and J's
11-21, 18. Strike Force II 11-21,
19. The Broken Balls 8.5-23.5,
20. The Wabbly Balls 8-24.

Tuesday Night Inner
Church League
Oops Alley
March 4, 2008
High Game Men: Mike
Sorensen 222
High Game Women: Cassie
Gilley 183
High Game Team:
Unpredictables 683
High Series Men: Richard
Blackmon 617
High Series Women: Brenda
Gilley 477
High Series Team:
Unpredictables 1973
Overall League Standings: 1.
The Strike Force 62-34, 2. Just
One Drop 57-39, 3.
Unpredictables 55-41, 4. The
Extremists 50-46, 5. Optimists
48-48, 6. Lucky Strikes 45.5-
50.5, 7. Mattinators 45-51, 8.
The Stike Team 43.5-52.5, 9.
F.O.G. 42-54, 10. Under the
Influence 32-64.

Alley Cats
Oops Alley
March 5, 2008
High Scratch Game: Joyce
Bulger 204
High Scratch Series: Bonita
Simmons 490
High Scratch Team: Three
Peas in a Pod 501
High Handicapped Game:
Joyce Bulger- 262
High Handicapped Series:
Jackie Rowell 659
High Handicapped Team:
Three Peas in a Pod 1863
Overall League Standings: 1.
Three Peas in a Pod 58.5-41.5,
2. Back Alley Cats 55.5-44.5, 3.
Darlings of the Morning 49-51,
4. Almost Shoulda Been 48-
52, 5. Three Stooges 46-54, 6.
Honey Bears 41-59.

Twilighters League
Avalon Bowling Center
March 6, 2008
High Game Men: Phillip Warr
-289
High Game Women: Pat
Boothe 234
High Game Team: We Try
Hard 863
High Series Men: Dave
Harwick- 750
High Series Women: Tonya
McAteer 555
High Series Team: We Try
Hard 2413
Overall League Standings: 1.
Two and Two 23.5-8.5, 2.
Janes' Crew 22-10, 3. Trouble
Again 21.5-10.5, 4. Spit Fire
21-11, 5. The Big Quarters
20.5-11.5, 6. We Try Hard
19./5-12.5, 7. Cabbies 19-13,
8. U-Bang-E 18-14, 9. Happy
Four, 10. Family Affair 17.5-







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Graduating Senior
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come:
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Military


Ole Chief Column**


Hey, Ole Chief!
Glad to see you're back;
we have missed you! I heard
that recent veterans have
extended medical ,care. Any
truth to that?
As a matter of fact, yes.
The National Defense
Authorization Act of 2008,
signed by President Bush on
January 28, states military
veterans who served in com-
bat since November 11, 1998
are eligible for 5 years of
free medical care from the
Department of Veterans
Affairs for most conditions.
This applies to care in a VA
hospital, outpatient clinic or
nursing home. This is great.
news for our vets!
Did you know that
Florida is second in the
nation to California for the
most veterans, with Texas as
a close third? There are
about 110,000 veterans in
North West Florida, and
Santa Rosa County's veteran
population has increased to
22,158! It's a good thing the
Joint Ambulatory Care
Clinic (new VA Clinic) will
be opening later this year!
Also, I want to mention
the Stimulus Payment that is
to begin sometime in May.
Many veterans and families
may be eligible for this free
money! Even if you don't
make enough money to owe
taxes, you could be eligible.
You have to file a tax return
and received at least
$3000.00 last year. This
money could have been from
Social Security, veterans
benefits such as pension, dis-
ability or survivors benefits.
For additional questions, it


may be best to contact a tax
consultant.
Well, folks, guess I'll
be contributing information
a couple times a month now,
so stay tuned!
Did you receive:
Disability Compensation,
Pension or Survivors'
Benefits from the
Department of Veterans
Affairs last year?
Even if you are not oth-
erwise required to file a tax
return, you may still be enti-
tled to an economic stimulus
payment from the federal
government.
What you could get:
-You could receive a payment
of $300 for individuals or
$600 if you are married and
file a joint tax return withy
your spouse. Eligible tax-
payers who qualify for a
payment may receive an
additional $300 for each
qualifying child. To qualify a
child must be under age 17
as of December 31, 2007.
What you need to do:
All you have to do to get this
stimulus payment is file a
2007 IRS Form 1040 of
Form 1040A and report at
least $3,000 in qualifying
incomepon the form. You can
include the amount of your
VA benefits to qualify for the
stimulus payment.
Qualifying Income:
Add the amount of your VA
disability compensation,
pension, or survivors' bene-
fits to any other qualifying
income you have to reach the
$3,000 requirement. Other
qualifying income would
include wage earnings or
Social Security benefits.


What you fill out:
Enter your name, address,
Social Security Number, and
filing status on the form.
Then just enter the amount
of VA and Social Security
benefits you received on line
14a of the Form 1040A or
line 20a of Form 1040. You
can estimate the benefits you
receive from VA or the
Social Security
Administration by taking the
monthly amount you
received last year and multi-
plying it by the number of
months you received pay-
ments. If you need to include
wage earnings to reach the
$3,000 qualifying level,
enter that amount on Line 7
of Form 1040A or 1040. In
addition, you should write
the words "Stimulus
Payment" at the top of the
1040A or 1040.
Is the Stimulus
Payment taxable next
year? No!
Will this payment
affect the amount of VA
benefits you receive? No!
When will I receive my
payment? For those who
file a 2007 tax return, IRS
will begin mailing checks in
May.
For more information:
In late March 2008, the IRS
will mail a packet of infor-
mation to recipients of VA
benefits who did not file a
tax return last year. The
packet will contain guidance
to help you claim the stimu-
lus payment. If you need
information in the interim,
you can visit the IRS web
site at www.IRS.gov.


U.S. Army Field Band &


Soldiers Chorus to perform


Get your free tickets
now for the United States
Army Field Band and
Soldiers' Chorus concert at
Pensacola Junior College.
The spectacular musical
event is 7:30 p.m. Saturday,
March 22, at the Hartsell
Arena in the Louis A. Ross
Health and Sports Center,
Building 3, on the Pensacola
campus.
The Concert Band is the
oldest and largest of the
Field Band's four perform-
ing components. Founded in
1946, this elite 65-member
instrumental ensemble has
performed in all 50 states
and 25 foreign countries.
The group appears in a wide
variety of settings, from
world-famous concert halls


to high school gymnasiums.
The Concert Band has also
performed joint concerts
with the Boston Pops,
Cincinnati Pops and Detroit
Symphony Orchestra.
The band regularly
travels and performs with the
29-member Soldiers'
Chorus, together presenting
a powerful and diverse pro-
gram of marches, overtures,
popular music, patriotic
selections, instrumental and
vocal solos.
The Soldiers' Chorus is
a mixed choral ensemble that
travels the globe, performing
as a separate component and
in joint concerts with the
Concert Band of the
"Musical Ambassadors of
the Army."


Ticket limit is four per
person. Patrons must be seat-
ed by 7:15 p.m. Unclaimed
seats will be given away.
To get free tickets, send
your request with a self-
addressed, stamped envelope
to Pensacola Junior College,
PJC Lyceum Ticket Office,
1000 College Blvd.,
Pensacola FL 32504. Or
pick up tickets at the PJC
Lyceum Ticket Office, in the
Ashmore Fine Arts Center,
Building 8, on the Pensacola
campus.
Concert sponsors are
PJC, the Pensacola Civic
Band and Pensacola News
Journal.
For more information,
call 484-1847.


Invitation to commemorate D-Day
The Fraternal Military York, June 17, 2008. anniversary of D-Day, June
Association of the U.S.A. Current, past military 6, 1944.
will tour the Normandy personnel, dependents, For information call Sy
Invasion Beaches, London, friends, plus the general pub- Canton at 561-865-8495 or
Bastogne, Brussels, lic are invited to participate write to him at 14130-C,
Amsterdam, Paris, and in this memorable journey to Nesting Way, Delray Beach,
more... departing from New commemorate the 64th Florida 33484.


home & garden


Please Call The


Press Gazette for


Advertising


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Come See What's In Bloom this Season.


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Stephanie Leavins in Concert


'Stephanie Leavins will be in concert at East Side Baptist Church on Sunday, March 16
at 5 p.m. The church is located at 4884 Ward Basin Road in Milton. Pastor Jim Liberacki
invites everyone to attend this special service. For more information, please call 626-1481 or
626-0696, or email www.stephanieleavins.com.

Living Truth to host 3rd annual

community Easter celebration


Living Truth Church
will host Third Annual
Community Easter
Celebration
Living Truth Church
will host its third annual
Community Easter
Celebration on Saturday,
March 22, 2008. The event
will be from 11:00 am 2:00
p.m. at the pavilion and track
area across from S.S. Dixon
Primary School on, Hwy. 90
in Pace, with two free Easter
Egg hunts beginning at
11:30 and 1:30. This event is
open to everyone in the com-
munity, and will feature
games and activities for chil-
dren of all ages.
There will be free
games, face painting, moon
walk, balloons, free family


Easter photos, along with
cotton candy and snow
cones. Door prizes will be
given away for adults,
including an iPod. Bring
your lawn chairs and come
join us for this fun filled cel-
ebration.
There will be a fish fry
for $7.00 a plate and hot dog
plates available for $2.00.
Special note: all food and
drink proceeds used for
helping our youth group go
to camp.
For additional informa-
tion on the Community
Easter Celebration, contact
Carrie Hollon at the church
office or visit
www.LivingTruthChurch.co
m.
About Living Truth


Church- Living Truth
Church is a contemporary
Baptist church. Our mission
is to share that Jesus. Christ
is relevant today and worthy
to be worshipped and shared
boldly with all people
through relevant teaching,
genuine worship, real friend-
ships, constant prayer and
compassionate care for those
in need. We meet each
Sunday morning for church
services at 10:30 am in the
Dixon Intermediate School
cafeteria, next to Simms
Middle School on Education
Drive, in Pace, FL. Visit our
website at
www.LivingTruthChurch.co
m for more information.


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Lessons

on the

Triduum
The community is
invited to a special event.
The "Paschal MN stery and
the Triduum will be pre-
sented b\ The Rev. Nick
Schumm at St. Ann
Catholic Church. 100
Daniel Drive, Gulf
Breeze, on Sunday, March
16. The rime will be 4
p.m. in the Parish Hall.
After,,ards there will be a
dinner of Pizza, bread and
salad. Stations of the
Cross is at 3 p.m. and will
be from the Wayside Park
to the Church.
Come learn the sym-
bolism and meanings
behind Holy Thursday,
Good Friday and the Great
Vigil of Holy Saturday.
This event is open to the
public, but RSVP is
required so that we can
have enough food.
Babysitting will be pro-
vided.
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Kellyv@'StAnnGulfBreeze.
org for more information
and to RSVP.

Mt.

Bethel

celebrates
Mt. Bethel
Missionary Baptist
Church. located in
Bagdad. will be celebrat-
ing their Annual Men and
Women's Day on Sunday,
March 16. at 3 p.m.
Special speaker will be
Sister Auita Dillard of the
New Bethel Baptist
Church in Panama City.
The public is invited!
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SL Rose of Lima will
be holding a Yard Sale,
Saturday, March 15 from
7 a.m. to 12 noon to bene-
fit Relay for Life,
American Cancer Society.
Everyone is invited to
come out and help support
the American Cancer
Society.


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Dear Pastor Gallups, "I have always wondered...why
do so many churches have steeples. By the way...I REAL-
LY enjoy your articles! S. U. Pensacola
Dear S. U., Thank you for your kind words and for
your readership.
It has only been in the relatively recent past that accu-
rate clocks and timepieces were invented. Standard time
reckoning wasn't even invented until the nineteenth centu-
ry. Even when clocks became relatively common, each
person would set his clock by the sun, which meant that
they could differ considerably and the time of day could be
rather subjective.
In the New Testament days, most everything was
measured by the "hour." The first hour began at "sunrise,"
the 6th hour was the middle of the day and the 12th hour
or final hour began at "sunset." So, the first hour was
"about" 6 a.m. by our time, and the 9th hour that the Bible
says that Jesus died on would have been about 3 p.m., by
our clocks.
So you can understand that until very recently, it was
impossible to fix Sunday morning worship at, say, 11:00
a.m. and expect everyone to show up on time.
In the beginning, Christian worship was at sunrise.
Sunrise and sunset are the only two times of day about
which everyone can be unanimous without accurate time-
pieces. As time progressed, Christians wanted to worship
at different times of the day and on different days of the
week, so it became necessary to develop some means of
announcing the time of worship to the public. Church
buildings acquired bell towers for this purpose. It was a
convenient way to call people to worship who tended to
congregate themselves in small villages. These bell towers
evolved into today's steeples.
Today, steeples have become decorative-though it is
my understanding that they have also acquired the sym-
bolism of "pointing" to the heavens...for several obvious
Biblical symbols.
Steeples more or less began in Western Europe.
Churches in Eastern Europe and Asia have historically had
domes, not steeples. Steeples have never been a prominent
feature of churches in Africa either.
I hope that this has answered your question. I do love
to research the origin of certain Christian "traditions." You
have afforded me another opportunity to do so with this
question.
Carl Gallups is the Pastor of Hickory Hammock Baptist Church. in Milton. He has a Bachelor
of Science degree from Florida State University, and a Master of Divinity from The New Orleans
Baptist Theological Seminary. He has been pastor of HHBC since 1987. He serves as an International
Youth Evangelist for the Southern Baptist Convention preaching all over the U.S. and Canada. For
more information about HHBC, call 623-8959 or 626-8951, fax:623-0197. If you have any questions
for Ask The Preacher, send it to: Ask The Preacher, Hickory Hammock Baptist Church, 8351
Hickory Hammock Road, Milton, Florida 32583-paid advertisement

Attention Churches
This is just a reminder that all copy &
photos to be published on the Kornerstone
page must be turned in no later than the
previous Friday at 5 p.m. for publication
on Wednesday.
Your releases are encouraged, they are
first come, first serve. You may submit it
by fax (623-2007), email (church@sr-
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6629 Elva Street, behind.,
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ANNOUNCEMENTS MERCHANDISE EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS & FINANCIAL REAL ESTATE


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104... 110410
Legal 2/238 through federal, state and local Free to a ood home.
Lega 23 allocations. Respondents must 6-weeks old puppies.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF meet state and federal criteria Call after 3pm.
THE 1ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, for early education and coam-626-1538
S IN AND FOR SANTA ROSAmunity care resource and refer-
ANNOUNCEMENTS CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 07-0890-CA01 Contract of approximately
$175,000 will be awarded
1110 Legal Advrtising NOVASTAR MORTGAGE, INC. with services to begin July 1,
1120 Public Notices/ Plaintiff, 2008.
1120 Public Notices/ -Z-d "Ts t I


Announcements vs.
1130 Adoptions
1140- Happy Ads KENNYJOHNSON; JANET M.
1150 Peponals JOHNSON A/K/A JANET
1150- Personals MARY JOHNSON; UN-
1160 Lost KNOWN PERSON S) IN POS-
1170 Found SESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
,13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur
sunt t Final Judgmen of
l-- 1 Foreclosure dated February 18,
L. 1104lw-es 2008 and entered in Case No.
07.0890-CA01, of the Circuit
Court of the 1st Judicial Circuit
in and for SANTA ROSA
Count Florida. NOVASTAR
MORTGAGE INC is Plaintiff
Legal 3/261 and KENNY JOHNSON; JA-
NET M. JOHNSON A/K/A
The City of Milton will re- JANET MARY JOHNSON; UN-
ceive sealed bids until 2:00 KNOWN PERSONS) IN POS-
p.m. on Thursday April 3, SESSION OF THE SUBJECT
008, at City Hall, 673 Dixon PROPERTY; are defendants. I
Street. Milton, FL 32570 for will sell to the highest and best
demolition of an accessor bidder for cash at AT THE
structure located at 6758 North NORTH FRONT STEPS OF THE
Avenue- Parcel COURTHOUSE.AT 6865 CAR-
#34-21-28-0000.21400-0000. OLINE STREETMILTON IN
All bids must include a copy of SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FL, at
liability insurance certificate in 11:00 a.m., on the 27 day of
the amount o 1,000,000.00; March 2008, the ollowin de-
State of Florida Workman's scribes property as set forfh in
Compensation and must be a said Final Judgment, to wit:
certified and licensed demoli-
tion contractor by Santa LOT 18, BLOCK 56, SECOND
County. All bidders are resmon- ADDITI6N TO NAVARRE, AC-
sible tor complying with Rule CORDING TO THE PLAT
62-296.320141 ci. and 3 of THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
the Florida Administrative Code. PLAT BOOK C, PAGE 31, OF
THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
are available on the City of Mil- SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
ton's web site at IDA.
www.ci.milton.fl.us or a hard
copy con be picked up at Mil- A person claiming an interest in
ton City Hall located at 6738 the surplus from the sale, if any,
Dixon Street, Milton, Florida, other than the property owner
32570. Please address bids to as of the date of the lis pendens
the attention of the Purchasing must file a claim with 60 days
Department. The bids will be after the sole.
opened in Conference Room B
at City Hall. Dated this 18 day of February,
2008.
For more information, please
contact the Ci 's Purchasin MARY M. JOHNSON
Department at (850) 983-5480 As Clerk ao said Court
The City of Milton reserves the CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
r to refuse any and all bids. By J. Watkins
031208 As Deputy Clerk
031208 This notice is provided pursuant
3/261 to Administrative Order
No.2.065.


Legal 2/224
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


In accordance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act, if you
are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to provisions of
certain assistance. Please con-
tact the Court Administrator at
6865 Caroline Street, Milton, Fl
32570. Phone No.
(850)623-0135 extension
1012 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this notice or
pleading; if you ore hearing im-
paired, call 1-800-9558771
TDD); if ou are voice im-
paired call 1-800-955-8770
(V (Via Florida Relay Services).
022308
030108
2/238


TO: TO: Gabrie 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 o p Legal 2/243
rental rights of M. P. a male Legal 2/243
child born on the 30fh day, of CO
August, 2007, in Escambia IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
County, Florida, by the Depart- THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
ment of Children and Family CULT, IN AND FOR SANTA
Services, for subsequent adop- ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA
lion, and you are hereby com- CASE NO:
minded to be and appear be- 2007-1471-CA01-MTG-A
fore the Honorable Marci L. GREEN TREE
Goodman, Jude of the Circuit GREEN TREE
Court in and for Santa Rosa SERVICING-ALABAMA LLC
County, Florida, at the Navarre F/K A CONSECO BANK INC.
Community Center located at 350 Blue Lake Drive; Suite
1917 Navarre School Roand 360
Navarre, Florida 32566 on the Birmingham, AL 35243,
3rd day of April, 2008, at 9:00 pl i n
a.m. You must either appear on Plaintiff,
the date and at the time speci- v.
tied or send a written response A IF
to the Court prior t that ime MAXWELL P. ROBINSON, IF
to te ourt prior to LIVING BUT IF DECEASED
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR THE UNKNOWN HEIRS DEV
RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA- EES CREDITORS, LIENORS
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AN6 TRUSTEES OF MAXWELL
AND YOU SHALL PERMA- P. ROBINSON DECEASED
NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CLAIMING BY THROUGH
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI. UNDER AND AGAINSTT T4H
TION FOR TERMINATION OF NAMED DEFENDANTS
PARENTAL RIGHTS. LEATHA ROBINSON, and
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk
of said Court and the Seal Defendants.
thereof this 20th day of Febru- NOTICE OF ACTION
ory, 2008.
CLERK OF COURT TO: MAXWELL P. ROBINSON,
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR- IF LIVING BUT IF DECEASED,
IDA THE UNKNbOWN HEIRS DEVI-
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL SEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
By: Kim Touchton EES CREDITORS LIENORS
Deputy Clerk AN6 TRUSTEES OF MAXWELL
P. ROBINSON DECEASED
022708 AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
030508 CLAIMING BY THROUGH
031208 UNDER AND AGAINST THE
031908 NAME DEFENDANTS,
2/224 LEATHA ROBINSON
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a civil
action has been filed against
you in the Circuit Court, County
________________ of SANTA ROSA, State of Flor-
ida, to foreclose certain real
property described as follows:


To request a copy of the invita-
tion To Negotiate IITN) or for
additional information, contact
Tina Ervin Contracts Manager,
Early Learning Coalition of
Escambia County, 3636-D
North "L" Street, Suite A, Pensa-
.ola FL 32505, 850
5955400 or fax 850
595-5405
030108
030108
31229
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Legal Ad
MiC on Storage Center will be
sellin the conents of Veronica
Franklin unit 132, Carrie Wil-
liam unit 71,all of which consist
of miscellaneous furniture and
household items. The sale will
take place on March 21 & 22,
2008 beginning at 8:00 a.m.
at Milton storage Center, 6065
Vanity Fair Road, Milton, FL
32570. Call 626-6212 for in-
formation.
030808
031208
3/248
Legal 3/262
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
COOK'S PAINT & BODY
SHOP INC. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and in-
tent to sell these vehicles
on 03/29/2008 08:00 am
at 4432 FLORIDATOWN
RD CPU PACE, FL
32571-1831, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. COOK'S
PAINT & BODY SHOP, INC.
reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any and/or
all'bids.
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IN THE INTEREST OF:
You are required to file a writ-
A. C. 11/19/1992 ten response with the court and
K. C. 06/07/1994 serve a copy of your written de-
L C. 10/20/2001 tenses if any to it on Timothy
D. Padgett, Plaintiff's attorney,
MINOR CHILD whose address is 2810 Remin -
ton Green Circle, Suite A TaT-
TO: Steven Wayne lahassee, Florida 3230d, at
Cheever, Father and least thirty (30) days from the
William Reese, Father date ao first publication, and file
the original with the clerk of this
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED court either before service on
that a Petition under oath has Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
been filed in the above styled ately thereafter; otherwise, a de-
Court for the termination of pa- fault will be entered against you
rental rights of A.C., a male for the relief demanded in the
child born on the 191h day of complaint.
November, 1992 in Escambia
Count, Florida- C. a female Dated this 19 day of February,
child born on 7th da of June, 2008.
1994 in Escambia County Flor-
ida; and L. C a female child MARY M. JOHNSON
born on the 20th day of Octo. CLERK OF COURT
her, 2001, by the Department CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
ofa Children and Family Ser- By: Brandy Norris
vices, for subsequent adoption, Deputy Clerk
and you are hereby comman-
ded o be and appear before Attorney for Plaintiff:
the Honorable Marci L. Good- Timothy D. Padgett, Esq.
man, Judge of the Circuit Court TimothyD. Padgett, P.A.
in and ior Santa Rosa County, 2810 Remington Green
Florida, at the Navarre Commu- Circle, Suite A
nito Center, 1917 Navarre Tallahassee, FL 32308
School Road, Navarre, Florida (8501) 422-2520 (phone)
on the 16th do of June, 2008, (850 422-2567 (fax)
at 9:00 a.m. You must either
appear on the date and at the 030508
time specified or send a written 031208
response to the Court prior to 2/243
that time.
YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR OR
RESPOND SHALL BE TREATED Legal 3/229
AS A CONSENT TO TERMINA-
TION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS EARLY LEARNING COAU-
AND YOU SHALL PERMA. TION OF ESCAMBIA
NENTLY LOSE ALL LEGAL COUNTY
RIGHTSAS A PARENT TO THE INVITATION TO NEGOTI-
CHILD NAMED IN THE PETI. ATE
TION FOR TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS. The Early Learning Coalition of
Escambia County announces
WITNESS my hand as the Clerk that it is inviting a1 persons to
of said Court and the Seal negotiate to provide child care
thereof this 20th day of Febru- resource and referral services in
ary, 2008. Escambia County. The Invitation
To Negotiate 9ITNI will be re-
CLERK OF COURT leased March 3, 2008.
SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA The Early Learnin Coalition of
CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Escaml0 Caoun s ssuing
By: Kim Touchton TN's tor child care resource
Deputy Clerk and referral services For a
one-year contract with options
022708 t renew ona year-to-year basis
030508 for an additional two years. The
031208 service period covered by the
031908 ITN is July 2008 through June
2/225 2011. Services will be funded


Border Collie needs
new home. $50.00.
712-6448
English Bulldogs for
sale, puppies come with
a 1 year Health Guaran-
tee, Health checked up to
date with shots. Home
raised with kids and
other pet:
j.breeder@yahoo.com


MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140- Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170- Collectibles
3180- Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240- Guns .
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
' Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)




Apex 27" Color TV
with Svideo hookups,
$75.00 501-2761 or
995-9840
GE Spacemaker full
size stacked Washer &
Dryer, like new, 1 yr old.
$500. 501-2761 or
995-9840
Kenmore dishwasher
built in. White, like new.
$80. 983-4895

222

Glass top table with 4
chairs & 2-matching bar
stools, light brown bam-
boo frame. $299 like
new Call 623-5983 after
5:00PM.

Lazyboy Sofa bed queen,
blue tones. Like new
$200.
983-4895




East Milton
4416 Sleepy Hammock
Hwy 90 to Ward Basin
and follow signs. Fri,
March 14th 8am. Spring
cleaned early, everything
must go. 983-7293
East Milton
March 14 & 15
4308 Ward Basin Rd.
Clothes, dishes,
pots/pans, glassware,
flowers for Easter, a lot
more.

East Milton
Multi-Family Yard Sale
Sat. 3/15; 8am-?
4072 Driskell Rd. off
Ward Basin Rd. Furni-
ture, tools fishing sup
plies, adult/kids clothes,
appliances, household
items, dolls, antique
truck, boat, too much to
list.

Milton
3965 Holleyberry Lane
(Sundial Subdivision)
Huge Multi-Family
Baby stuff to collectables.
March 14th & 15th,
8am.
Milton
3-Family
Fri & Sat.
5074 Pauline St, off
Nichols Lake Rd. Misc.
stuff. Come Sat. after
1:00 and make offer on
everything left.


3230
Milton
3-Family
3_'inr nale
Fri & Sat. 7am-12pm No
Early Birds, Please.
Oodles of stuff.
Couch/like new, Kirby
vacuum, nice clothes,
odds & ends, etc.
5869 Locust St.
Milton
March T5th 16th, &
22nd, 23rd.
6729 Park Ave. (East of
Stewart St. by bike trail)
Books, movies, clothes,
furniture, household &
misc.
Pace
3-Family Yard Sale
Sat. March 15th,
8am-1 pm. 3659 Sawmill
Circle.
Pace
Huge Sale
Friday Only 3/14;
8am-2pm. Knick-knacks,
dishware kids/adults
clothing, baby toys,
bikes, furniture, lawn
furn misc. More itmes
added. 4281 Pace Lane.
Rain date 3/21


3270
Designer clothes like
new sizes 7-9.
607-4552 or 398-7027
Call for more informa-
tion.


3300
1985 Honda Elite
150cc, low mileage.
$800.00 626-5962
Electric hospital bed
with extras, linens)
748-3933 call after 5
pm..
Hay For Sale
Peanut Hay
Coastal Hay
Available in rolls.
623-6769
New 2-5200 btu,
1-10,000 btu window ac
units. 2-20" TVs
4-remote control cars.
995-5017
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Drivers:
Driver Trainees
Needed. No CDL? No
Problem! Earn up to
$900/wk. Home week-
ends with TMC. Com-
pany endorsed CDL
1-866-280-5309
DRIVING INSTRUCTOR
TRACTOR TRAILER
Nationwide truck driver
training roup seeks Full
Time & Fart Time driving
instructor for its Milton fa-
cility. Verifiable driving
skills, H/S diploma or
GED, good communica-
tion skills required. No
overnight travel. Health
insurance 401K, paid
vacation & holidays. Call
David 1-800-370-7364
Healthcare

CNAs/HHAs
Immediate
Openings !
Granny NANNIES home
care agency is looking
for Certified Nursing
Assistants & Home Health
Aides to work one-on-one
with clients in their
homes. We offer Great
Pay, and you decide the
schedule you work.
Call 995-0599 for further
information.


Bob Knowles










REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
5160 Rooms for Rept
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals






5373 Stewart Street Mil-
ton, Florida 32570
Office for Rent
150 sq. Ft. Furnished of-
fice. Rent includes utilities,
grounds upkeep, kitchen
use & Restroom. Located
in Milton, 550.00 mthly,
plus deposit & lease.
850-623-5309.




Name Change 149
FREE Typing, Call for
Worksheet (850) 434-7524
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Centipede-
St. Augustine
Farrni Direct
4W e Deliver 8
434-0066


Attention
HOOD & SON
Used Auto Parts
Now Open
Saturday 7am-12pm
We pay top prices for
cars and trucks. We sell
auto parts. If it is under a
hood weq got itli ll
Will pick up.
623-8070




Edward White
LLC
Roof Repairs
Carpentry
Storm Clean-Up
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
No Job Too Small 11
850-623-5631
850-698-4396
850-549-8569




Bathroom Tile &
Marble
Free Estimates
Licensed & Insured
All work Guaranteed
Minor Plumbing &
Repairs
Shower/Bathroom Floors
$100
Kitchen $200
Dining/Living Room
Tubs $400 Showers
$500
Call: 626-2138



Clark Registered
Childcare Home In-
fant/toddlers openings
now. 18 years experi-
ence. CPR and First Aid
Certified. Registered with
the Department of Chil-
dren and Families. Call
Jan at 994-7812




House Cleaning
Services
*Free Estimates
*Great Rates
*Weekly ~ Bi-weekly &
One time cleaning.
Call Penny
850-529-2497




Concrete
Ron Gilley
Concrete
*Pressure Cleaning
Driveways* Patios
*Sidewalks All Phases of
Concrete*Concrete Re-
moval Residential & Com-
mercial.
Free Estimates.
(850)554-4107 or
994-7720


We Deliver & Install
Centipede
St. Augustine
Bermuda
Bailed Pine Straw

Call us first, Save Time
Call us last, Save Money
Hwy. 87 So. Milton

626-8578


Fences/ Decks/ Docks

Border to Border
Fence & Deck
Company
All types of fencing in-
stalled and repaired.
Specializing in privacy
fencing and wooden
decks. Our privacy
fences are built with
SCREWS. Free Estimates.
485-2532.
www.bordertoborder-
fence.com







Handyman
Painting and/or land-
scaping in exchange for
beach or near beach
rental. Short term. Experi-
enced. Quality work.
Good citizen. No smoke.
No drink. Retired sales
exec. Very flexible. Phil
502-345-6473 Louisville


Rodney
Cleveland
Handyman
Services
Interior/Exterior Painting
Carpentry
No Job Too Small
Licensed & Insured
Free Estimates
850-791-4033
Servicing NW Florida for
14 years.







Albert Pearson's
Lawn Service
Tree Work
Free Estimates
Senior Discounts
850-983-1431


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Economy
Landscaping
Services provided:
*Lawn Maintenance
Landscaping
*Hydro-seeding
Sodding
*Mulching
*Plant Bes
*Tractor Work
*Bush-hogging
*Gradrg
*Disking
*Pavestone
*Walkways
Driveways
*Patios
*Retainer Walls
850-777-0394


Greenmile Lawn
& Tractor Service
Complete lawn mainte-
nace. Debris clean-up, lot
prep, bushhogging,
hauling,Spring cean-up.
Free Estimates
850-626-8288
Licensed & Insured


Landscaping and
Gardening Services in
the Milton area. Praoes-
sional and reasonable.
For prompt service call
Robert. 418-0852 or
623-2648






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


Clark's Lqwn
Care & General New Hope
Maintenance Painting &
Complete Lawn Care Wallpapering
Spring Clean Ups *Drywall repairs & patch
Free Estimates work
626-2428 *Pressure cleaning
(homes, decks, patios,
& sidewalks)
*Carpentry work (crown
molding, paneling,
install cabnits, build
Coker's Lawn & decks, trim, base &
Tractor Service. From case)
trimming to tractor work. *Residential
Clean-ups, raking, haul- interior/exterior.
ing, ng, bushogg- Family owned business,
ing, dirt work. Reasona- over 30 years.
ble rates free estimates. Call the Ericksens todayl
(850)623-0493. (850) 723-2550 or
Licensed & Insured. 623-6034


Stewart's Tractor.
Works & Land
Clearing :
Tree & stump removal,
debris removal & storm
cleanup, bush hogging &
discing, backhoe wark,
demolition & hauling
516-1801 or 675-4291,
Licensed & Insured







R & L Tree
Service
Santa Rosa County
FREE ESTIMATES
Trimming, running, haul-
ing, land clearing, tree
removal. Dangerous
Trees Our specialty.
Building demolition.
Licensed & Insured
35 yrs of experience
623-2720 or 313-6194







Alterations
Stitch-in Time
Alterations
Joyce Young
Cell: 255-43)8


Pit Stop
A Racer's Sales Eventl
March 6th 7th & 8th
*Colored Sheet Metal
*Swedge Tubes*Nose
Pieces *Bump Steer
*Sprinns*Shocks
*Wheels Chrome &
Beadlock*MSD Parts and
much more...
Free Mullet Lunch
Thurs, March 6th;
11 am-1 pm. 981-.2484
5736 Washington St.
Milton


The Mower Medic
We service your mower
in your home at your
convenience.
Bob Knowles
1850626-8300
Cell: (850)982-3576



TNT Metal
Building, Inc.
R.V. & Boat covers, gar-
ages, portable sheds,
CAR PORTS
Call for best
prices in townl
Galvanized Steel
Many sizes/colors
Free delivery & setup.
Dbl carport now only
$695
(850 983-2296 or
Call: (850) 206-4008


tpal able to demon-
IInI ,1 M state the abili-

ty to quickly and accurately report on local
events. Some weekend and evening hours
required. Phone Jim Fletcher: 623-2120.
The Press Gazette is a drug-free workplace and an equal
opportunity employer.


Casey's Nursery

& Landscape

AZALEAS e,


Over 90 Varieties of
Fruits, Nuts, Muscadines & Berries
Perennials & Annuals
Mon-Sat
8-5 623-8109
3851 Avalon Blvd. Milton


V BAPTIST

HJAY HOSPITAL

JAY HOSPITAL IS ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

BUSINESS OFFICE PATIENT REP FT, HS/GED. Varied shift
schedules. Previous experience in a healthcare setting preferred,
Will be responsible for collecting registration data and obtaining
insurance authorizations.
CNA- FT; 7a-7p or 7p-7a, HS/GED with current FL CNA certifi-
cate
REGISTERED NURSE ER AND MED-SURG; FT, PT, OR PRN
ALL SHIFTS; FL LICENSE REQUIRED
ENVIRONMENTAL TECH II FT, 11pm-7:30am, Floor care
experience preferred. Duties include cleaning floors (stripping,
refinishing,and cleaning) and trash pickup.
COOK/AIDE PT; HS/GED and 1 yr experience preferred. Will
be responsible for cooking, cleaning, and food preparation.

Positions available at Jay Hospital, Baptist Health Care Affiliate.
Fpr further info, please contact Chanda Gay, Human Resources
at 850-675-8069. Applications accepted online only: apply at
www.ebaptisthealthcare.org


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4_O| s1oo 00
Milton Office Space
Installation Maintenance for lease.
Installation Maintenance 4-Offices, various sizes
ener Hotel mainte t$350 & u includes utili-
nance, some electrical, ties. 850-255-4004
plumbing and painting. MiltonWarehouse
Apply in person, Holiday Space Available, Huge
Inn Express Milton. 8510 Building can
Keashav Taylor off of accommodate:
Hwy 87. No phone calls, App. 600 sq ft for $250
please. App. 900 sq ft for $375
App 1400 sq ft for $575
App 1700 sq ft for $775
App 2000 sq ft for $900
Local Driver needed App 3000 sq ft for
for ice cream route. Valid $1250
drivers license necessary. 255-4004
Must be able to pass
background screening. OFFICE SPACE &
994-5812 WAREHOUSE
On Stewart Street.
623-5734 or
626-0740


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Immediate Openings!
Granny NANNIES home care agency
is looking for Certified Nursing
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work one-on-one with clients in their
homes. We offer Great Pay andyou
decide the schedule you work.
Call: 995-0599
for further information


W6110

Avalon Blvd.
2/1 $600/mth
$350/dep.
723-3834

Milton
2/BR 1/BA near Whit-
ing Field $500/mth
$500/security Water &
garbage included.
Don Cumbie Realty
377-6787 or 626:8959

Milton
Small Efficiency Suitable
for one person.
$500/mth includes all
utilities. Call: 981-9399

Milton
Special! $237.50 plus
deposit to move in!
$475/mth 2/1, new car-
pet! No pets. Water,
sewer, garbage.
Between schools. Triplex
D6erborn/Peachtree.
Drive by, then leave
message 291-8088.
(1/BR$425)





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South Airport Rd. E Mil-
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$400*
*4/3 Golf Course
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Way Milton $1200
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*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
*3/2. Home 4821
Makenna Cir. Pace
$1350
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back yard, nice. 3/2
$800/mth $800/dep.
698-8337


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More of Everything


East Milton Milton
3/2, 2-crar gage, large 3/2 14x70 Mobile
fenced in backyard. home on private lot. Total
$800/mth, $800/dep. electric, no pets.
554-5796 $625/mth $300/dep.
S6588 Da Lisa Rd. Bay
Milton Crest Realty 994-7918
2/BR House on Cypress
St. $650/mth Milton
$300/dep., no pets 6550 Da Lisa Rd. 2/1,
non-smoking. 623-5734 $450/mth plus security
Milton deposit. 324-2097
3 and 4 Bedroom Milton
houses priced between Marlboro Village
$600-$750 a month, 2/BR 2/BA home just
one in Skyline and 3 remodeled. Total electric,
near Milton High School. covered entry. No pets.
255-1459 or 994-0179 $450/mth, $350/dep.
Milton o626-6464 after 5:00pm.
Milton
House for rent Milton
3br, 2ba brick home Several Mobile Homes
new roof/floors/paint' 2/BR totally renovated.
fireplace, large fenced Raging in price
backyard, quite neigh- 30/mth to $500/mth
borhood. Off Avaon 200 deposit. No pets.
Blvd. 5625 Balsam St. Lots aso available
2.5miles north of 1-10. 983-7259
$850/mo+deposit. North Milton
8 5 0 4 8 5 5 5 4 4 Quiet andclean 2/2
/850-995-9861 all electric CH&A, gar-
den tub, vaulted ceiings,
North Milton dec.t9r 1 ge gs.
3/2 6573 Sinclair, Total d ekb&stvaoaed s
Electric. $800/mth $465/mth includes:
$500/dep. No pets. Bay water, grbe and
Crest Realty 994-7918 5dp623-9902


Pace.

A Place to call
Home!
Pace near Spencerfiled
4br/3ba/2car garage
2005 Brick home,
wood/tile floors.
fenced yard
$1275mth/$1275
dep. Call for recorded
info 850-994-3473
Pace
3/BR 2/BA double car
garage, available now.
Military clause honored.
Pets allowed with pet fee.
$895/mth
$800/deposit. Call
850-501-0273 or
529-7899
Pace
3578 Acy Lowery Rd.
Spacious brick home with
a large, enclosed pool.
3.5 acres. 5br/4.5
baths; 3,614 SF. $1850.
per month. Call
478-4607 Eric Gleaton
Realty, Inc.
Pace
5 Points area, 3/2, sun
room, fire place, privacy
fenced, 2-car garage.
$1250/mth $00dep.
(850)255-2590
Pace
Dana Street, nice 3/2
Small pet with deposit.
995-4831
Pace
Great
Neighborhood
6.3 acres, petswelcome
3br, Iba I170sq. ft.
Central heat & air.
981-0301 $900/$900
Pace
Rent to own.
Below Market Price.
1400 sqft. 3/2, call for
details. 994-803
Pea Ridge
3/2, GR, garage,
fenced yoar. NO PETSI
$900/mth $900/dep.
994-8035



Milton
Glover Lane. Unfurnished
room with private bath.
Refrig & microwave
available. No laundry fa-
cilities, pets, alcohol,
drugs. Must have cell
phone and vehicle. Cell:
850)206-1299
(1 1am-11pm)
Milton
Large Room, includes
utilities, washer/dryer,
share kitchen, near Kings
Middle School.
$80-$ 100 per week
plus deposit. 626-2786


6170 _
BluMac Realty Inc.
Mobile Home Rentals
3/2 4342 Lindsey Ln.
$675/$400
3/2 7743 Elrod
$500/$400
2/2 4033 Adams
$475/$400
981-1631
East Milton
Completely remodeled
1/BR, dead end drive,
covered patio, fenced
yard. Everything new
$450/mth. 623-1159
Jay/Milton/Pace
Rentals 2 & 3
bedrooms. $400-$650
per month. Call
994-5703
Marlborough Village
2/BR 2/BA, Total elec-
tric. No pets. $350/dep.
$475/mth, garbage in-
cluded. 626:6464after
5pm. _


Pace
1/1 in park. $435/mth
$200/dep No pets. Bay
Crest Realty
994-7918
Pea Ridge
2/1 in Tamarind Park,
$450/mth $200/dep.
Total Electric, no pets.
Bay Crest Realty
994-7918
West Milton
2/2, Total Electric, no
pets. Private lot.
525/mth $300/dep.
5072 Ridgway Blvd. Bay
Crest Really 994-7918
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I RE ESTATE FOR SALE
7100- Homes
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



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Milton
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Special
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Handymen or investors.
Lowest price in area.
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info at
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Call Jamie 910-0893




Navarre ~
David's Landing
2 story, 4 br, 22 ba,
2150sf home with water
view. Lg. whirlpool tub
and separate shower in
master bath. 9 ft. ceilings
downstairs, fireplace,
separate living room/
dining room. 2 car gar-
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$250K. Come see to be-
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Commercial 1.5 acres
Route 87.
850-982-9312
Pace
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850-393-8317
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5 acres-hayfield r [iJDA4V Looking for
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Milton paved road, NEW rODA Lead for
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8110 Cars
8120 Sports LJiIlit0 Vehicles
8130 Trucks
81410 Vans
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816D Moleictiles
8170 Aulo Paris
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8210 Boats
8220 Personal Walerciah
8230 Sailboals
82-10 Boal & Marine
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86 Chevy Suburban
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206-3034


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251-233-8619
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